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SPENCER COOPER Owner and Editor Hazel Green HERALD H H i fr M if w v Of a Noisy World With News From All Nations LumbYlng tvt His Bnok tloo A YEAH Always In A4vn EIGHTH YEAH lrAZIft iRBKX AVOLFE COUNTY KY FRIDAY JANUARY 20 1893 t NUMBER 43 Thtt War it n Tho Frankfort Capitol of tho lit h iiiHt enyB Tho ontorinl battle Iuih begun and Mr Carlislo from Iiib room in tho Capital Hotel hears tho oricH of tho populace The king is dond long live tho king Tho clans are gathoring and the liotol rcgistorH Hhow strange names now faeos aro in tho lob bios whilo Homo of thorn aro old in tho ways of politics and ponntorinl contests Hero and thoro a solf iniportant personage can bo rooii with an air of solemnity about him who thinkshe thinks thiiiho knows all about it and who wlion tho election has passed into tho histo Â¬ ry will nssumo to havo directed its movements and planned ita result This sort of person causes an epi Â¬ demic of that tired fooling and if he wero to go homo and never come hack any more tho wheols of tho world would continue to g THIS SPACE IS RESERVED FOR letter Not Turn lack MOUNTAINS FULL OF MONEY If Mr Carlisle would not forever Tho Navajo Indians Havo Zealously damn his personal popularity with Guarded Thoir Gold Fields lie Kentucky politicians liis nc Win II Duncan editor of tho i iti hi wui i n i i in httuiitii tvti rii iiiiiiilt r Kik iiiiinui inn liuiiii in an aspired fact Hope deferred fo Hauto Iml Mail was con nccilMI w wpovorniiiom liulinii makoth the heartsick but hope BWcy ut 1h r Dollmicis A T for blighted makoth tho heart hard against tho raisorand tho blighter Mvyrul vwirniiml wwoll acquainted iu iuh aiong uio nan if ho be one and the name Vu ll K Junn river lie savs the Indians i i n l MH UV IIIMV IIM Kn U Ul IIMIIU lllill vo m knowledge of thopnsenc Mr Carlisle can if lie will and so groat is their desire that he will ifof KolJ fur manV yonro and thata i i no mav mat tuo aspiring pomi lew lmftt mrn luivit liml iiiMiihin oimiH of senatorial proportions Kiunvloilgo of its presenco forn long have risen on iiiiiksm throughout Pho Navajo reservation is noarly Kentucky and reached forth their half the sie of Indiana eouallv multitudinous hands after that divided north and south by the already half cast oil toga So tonse is the tension so strain Â¬ boundary lino between Arizona wftyfriwjj ed tho situation that were the and New Mexico and bounded on stalwart statesman of the limpid the north by the San Juan river Licking to now draw tho flapping which follows closely the southern boundaries of Itahand Colorado folds of his legislative mantloubout mi i i i him as he turned his back on the i no now rii iorauo is n no norm l a V i i i- - w h i L STRAU JH open cabinet tliesnapoftlubiHlum i loarts would ring on listening ears ll iko a vollov from a coinnanv of old time riHomen Already the advance guard of the would be succesion is concen I pies cour- Â¬ of the reservation are the most iniers and sharj shooters throughout telligent and at the same time the the state already Cash a most most dangerous of the tribe They potent factor in the prospective seldom visit the agency which is content isaotivolv though subtillv one hundred miles to the south planning his campaimi and deploy and have always resented the vis- Â¬ its of the white men They are fine ing Ins men It may not of necessity boundor specimens of physical manhood stood that in thus using Hon Cas independent and very brave They sius Marcellous Mays soubretpiet are held in check from going on so familiarly we have any thought the warpath hy their wealthy pot e i it i of the root of all evil filthy lucre sessions ni toy own yum hocks oi hard cash but let it goat that sheen a million or more head there is an affinity not of our ar- Â¬ thousands of horses ahd being ex ranging and the effect of which if pert workers in silver have acquir- Â¬ ed wealth by tho sale of he product is not our mission to counteract It is also And too others are arranging for of their handicraft known that there is a large deposit the fray diplomacy is at play old Washington C Jan 0 18kj linos tjf alliance are being mended of coal and oil in this part of the Hon W W StfvuiiNon Fruiikrorl Ky My and new ones run and communities reservation one vein of coal seven Â¬ senatorDour Frlontl lie It is prolmlilu that a will noon liv iln mn teen feet thick having been discov- Â¬ Ihth ol tliu Kcnornl iinNumlily of Kentucky of interests arc being formed beside u mi viiLiuipy euuHiMi resignation the breaking up of which tho f haw- Â¬ ered There is also reason to believe of one n of the MMiutorit uy from Kentucky I that thoro is much copper in tho have ing out of the present ice gorge in ureal eonHdenco in vour juriginuiil reservation and hope our frieiulMliip will excuse mo for the Ohio river will not Three years ago a party of twen Â¬ nuking you to write to inu on the mihjuct Commonwealth legislator nnil us gover ty prospectors went into the gold My experience an ayearn nor and my eight in lump fields led by an old time miner have equipped mu fortius congrctB I duties Important Printers Who Hnvo Cot Plo Sow Hogg of Texas whose sec who had learned of the presenco of which a new xcimtor would have to perform Immediately after his election u vacancy ond term of office will begin next gold from the Indians Captain occurH mill am a cuniliduto I If be very will Momlay is but thirty nine years Wash of the Sixth cavalry was grateful for your aid Jmih II MeCliKAltY old but has had a remarkable and sent with a troop of soldiers to re- Â¬ successful career Jle was an or- Â¬ move the prospectors from tho Hog Meat Will Bo Plentiful phan and the widow who cared for reservation but his mission proved A New York view of tho hog him put him to work on the farm to be of rescue before it was com- Â¬ shortrge is thus set forth Tho Had he not gone to tin statement of the when he was nine years of age At pleted Chicago packers night she gave him instructions in rescue of ho men there isnodotibt that the hog famine is due to tho sum a coon tamp hooks until ho entered a store to they would have been massacred spring rains is all bosh The whole must be simple when it is not simple it is learn that business but soon left by the Indians Then are stories amount of it is that Phil Armour not noon Simple JJeautitui uooa tuesc it to learn tho printers trade in a of venturesome white men who and the other usually long hoadod words mean much but to see The Rochester country newspaper ollice and be Â¬ went into tin San Junn country men got nipped in alittlo squeeze will impress the truth more forcibly All metal VGfciiBffidM came n first class printer Jle en Â¬ who never returned autl whoso fate operated by suoli men as Charlio tough and seamless and made in three pieces only tered politics when he was twenty is only a mat tor of conjecture Wright and John Cudahy of Chi Â¬ it is absolutely safe ami unbreakable Like Aladdins For a number of years there cago one years of ago his first oflice and now they havo not got of old it is indeed a wonderful lamp for its mar being road overseer next constable has been more or less talk of tho the pork and cannot get it Tho velnii liiht is nnrrr nml hrieliter than pas liiht sheriff county clerk state senator schemes of influential syndicates speculation in corn which was car softer than electric light and more cheerful than cither and governor lie was never de Â¬ to secure the opening of the reser- Â¬ ried on so extensively put tho price Look for thiMnnijt Tint KonirsTFi If tlieliuiiilriiliTliasii t Oie cniiuc mill Mir vllr kiii uin veiul In ll fill tmr nrw lllllvtl lit t ll t llllILMK feated when before tho people lie vation but Mr Duncan does not up so high that tho farmers thought OUU knml c will hrutl mxi n litniti Nifelv liv riins our ehuiic of over is the editor and owner of the San believe that what has been done it much more profitable to market I varietur from the Latent Lamp Suc in the II oilil HOCIIKSTIHt lAJHV CO 12 1arU Place New Vork City Angelo Sentinel one of the best recently on the reservation side of their corn than feed it to hogs so the river was with the connivance t liny killed country newspapers in Texas the animals and toit of anyone in authority He thinks thorn to Hois now talked of as a candi Â¬ market The result was date for C S senator to succeed it more likely that the rush into that the summer killing increased flit reservation was brought about H Q Mills about one million head and tho j TAYIOK HAY KI0VD DAY Indeed printers and newspaper by those who have secured tho best winter supply is short Then too men seem ft bo in it in a guber- - claims with the ulterior purpose of he opening of foreign markots to Jov Ieck causing one of those conflicts with the American hog had a great deal natorial way thisyear Jov Jones of Ala- Â¬ he Indians that always result in to do with it Germany and Franco of Wisconsin bama How Cooper of Colorado the removal of tho red men from tried forco our porkers out by Jov Hogg of Texas Gov Osborn the coveted land cutting thoir homo prices and wo WIlollMtlf lliul lttllil DlllliTh in yP Sfl W Jov Icwolling of of Wyoming cut under them and flooded tho Likely To Be Tried Again Kansas ami several more are all The only difference horo It was said on yesterday by a market May prints ami good ones too is the increased price to consumers member of he house of reiiresent- City Chronicle iidives in regard to lit Worlds as there is no speculation Now fair appropriation the following York does not speculate in provis- Â¬ liyKL HKKKN KY Salaries Paid by Uncle Sam mi passes tne senalo now ions and lots futures as far asthoy Tho salaries paid o persons in ndl is signed by he givernu and are concerned severely alojio Tho Largest Stock and Lowest Prices the civil er vice of ho UnitedJ1 t will fciMi then it will be supply is gradually increasing P1MW States amount to f5K00XX an brought into the courts again to however and will soon be all right any houso in KastiMn Ken- Â¬ naully This seems like a treinen tost the right of the legislature to id is borne tucky Mve Stock Saw Logs dous amount but when it pays the appropriate money to a corpora- Â¬ When twosuuh list ingushed citi Â¬ in mind that this sum Kx governors School Claims and Country Pro wages of 1S0000 persons it need tion and I will bet hat the court zens as journey to thoJltioknor and Knott far oast to duct taken in exchange lor not appall any one Tho average will decide the bill unconstitu- Â¬ make a combined assault upon the So it will bo tried again president elect there niustlw some ioods or on notes and accdtinti is only tfM a year The number tional K Frankfort Argus of public nllicos has been increased thing up Tho wide awako corrws- Loouu utmnir mo pasii ion years pondontu however havo ovidontly iiu late revenue law all on no keepers who take not yet discovered the object of V oiMiniirs i ly tin- uav aro tioomeo their mission though they do Ml i i iiMgniiuoniamouniH uouguiio vrii kiMiMW mill required to us that these ICoutuckiaiiH held a 113 CINCINNATI U MB W Third Street h lliwo from Ilio eouny conference with ho democratic KT nil are not exclusively m of v av a MA VI TAriTKKItS chief and arc returning homo in wiionvw f uk T0 lliii JUkAtjisaU I employed by tho government but pretty good humor DanvilJvVU 4 r S only put in a part of their time Take Tiik HmtwiMiyoar 100 VlMate Represented by M F BRINKLEV LEADING CLOTHIERS Opposite Phoenix Hotel LEXINGTON KY it ion ot count rv whoro there ore unmistakable evidences of voleanit upheavals It is terriritory hold sacred by the Navajos whoso re- Â¬ ligious belief is identified with the great lire according to tho legend Â¬ tratingat thostateciitul already are being prepared the prelimina- Â¬ ary story of the eruptions in the ries for general dobauehmjMit of dim past MMio Indians in this part aggrosio emissaries Â¬ 1 I i around The candidates aro not yot in evidence but hoy aro within call- Â¬ ing distance and when tho bell rings they will appear on tho track As a matter of fact no man is yet a candidate There is no vacan- Â¬ cy and it would not bo tho best of aste to offer for Mr Carlisles shoes while he still wears them Perhaps as this is a senatorial matter toga would be a neater word than shoes The man would bo cruel indeed who would seek to rob another of his toga while tho thormoinotor marks zero Hut diplomacy has many devices and ho is a poor politician who cannot find a way to make known his wants JCjfrjov McCroary has all tho fimo boon counted as one of tho list of probable candidates and tlie following letter which was pub- Â¬ lished in the Louisville Post indi- Â¬ cates that no mistake was made in tho count 1 oli-r-tc- vt beacircum-stance-Covingt- on 1 Seeing is Believing ji l Urvlw-sti--t gSL Of The Rochester Ji li m k t Jm 9m alHaimse Am Â¬ FEDER SILBERBERG i li Bl III J fir -- w jfi 0OjjlUi - i iiM - 1rTt ll M0 I tfti f Ul Hazel I Groen Herald Jf BriiNOnil COOLKU lUDIIIUOr HAZEL ailBKN t I KY DISCONTENTMENT HfffTthlnWriR of n picture Of n rlvor deep nnfl narrow Of n dotf with IkiiIo of tnnrrow Looking at hlsi own fntr Image Down bolow i plank this doft won xtundlnir Thin wlsodou with marrow Initio And bencnth him was another In oppcurtinco Uts twin brother IxKktnti nl lilm with u crttol llctirt of Atone InamtdgrlooajuKo k On And ho growled thin wlolied canine Till hln tcuth nhonc lottR itml white Angry vnngnuiuo wan refleoteil Buro that vngruitt linn selected My own hono thnt I nni holding With my mlKht For n dinner for bin lordHhlp Every noeond necmed to innlco him Long to catch tlio lend ami nhalm hlrai Kvory hair Mtood forth for tmttlo Finn and bold And forgetful of his dinner And tho river down bolow Dropped his bono to Hnateh tho other Not u Hlgn of bono nor brother Only rlpplciott that wator Long nfjo I nm thinking of this ntory And i llUcitienn 1 etui nee How wo ofttlmeH holil Mweot plcnMtire Mtmlo net to roreftt measure Hut forgetful of them blowing You ml ma And hla iingur grow ton fold though worthlcHH treasure they Reaching out for Homethlng rarer Even thonm and brlnrH Heem fairer Whou by other hnd theyre gathered Day by day Ilorthn Packard Knglet In N V Observer An How wo thoughless drop the rose Knsy Iwyfll Wnlt n bit I think that major retorted rather Impatiently left legs gonel he said with a catch MIYf yon ansver or not What Is your U hghl Ah hl Thats in his breatlu name and what were you- doing here Â¬ And lie put his about with a cavalry soldier better Mister Yank I told you major foot gingerly on tho ground tried to Thats my cousin rest upon It then leaned heavily on tho from tho farm Kvan began only to be cut oil by the sergeants stem call stalwart sergeant Who are yottV the ofllcer asked Silence lu ranks Riley guard your A confederate sohUor Kvan replied jirlsonor Scouting Hut the quick womans wit caught No on leave the other answered the fact of her cousins capture and his quLkly his shrowdnotm returning as cue at tho same time and she folded pain decreased lior arms quietly remulnlng silent Very well madam the major said What command I will send you to headquarters with Private II troop th Virginia Cav I was riding nlry was the answer your cousin there and let you discuss to a farm below with a lady had no military ethics with tho general Capt 1 ranger notion any Yanks were across the river detail one man of your squad You lired on us tho ofllcer said to guard this Intly Corporal Doyle re- Â¬ sternly port with both prisoners to provost Hut I didnt hit you the boy re Â¬ tnarsha at headquarters the fires will torted with a grin half of pain and half guide you to the river bank Captain of fun trying to gain time for Carolyn a word Clay and listening eagerly for any sound And soon Kvan Fituntleroy and his cousin were again riding side by side southward Dismounted Corporal Riley sir merrily hopefully no longer but he In tho sergeant reported tohlsofileer hand physical pain and In greater mental to cap distress for her she with gold crowned head drooped upon her breast and tears even major Kvan retorted Thats You dismounted me May I of mingled mortification and despair quickly ask one favor sir My horse and I are forcing their way between tho long old comrades lie added with a little curved lashes Will you let tho tremor In tho voice C1IAIJTU in sergeant put him out of pain No not a mv roi with an old pact that lie quickly throw up tho car A slight almost boyish figure passing bine the sergeant leveled at signal to and fro with restless tigerish move- Â¬ from the major Theres one ball left ment cut the red gleam of the smolder Â¬ in my pistol and I think poor old deb ing eampllre with frequent shadow as would rather go that way the two prisoners and their escort rodo Tho stout hearted scout turned his up to the bivouac on thu river bank face aside and the rough sleeve passed Challenge reply and report quickly swiftly across his eyelids as the federal made the provost marshal asked numer Â¬ trooper sent the hist confederate bullet ous questions of the captive pair getÂ¬ Â¬ If thaVellow Is really Unnftt dryly spy ho jnatlo way with his proofs on a capture Thoso are clocoya Only I think general he swallowed tho provost blurted out adding very quickly his tobacco The keen blue eyes shot only ono glanco at the speaker now eugerly scanning tho papers by light of the fire lie did Im send him to my tent Will you examlno Yes general these This Send him to mo No sir shortly as the young leader took tho papers carelessly ami turned Into the small dingy tent beyond the blaze Seating himself on a campstool ho merely glanced at the papers by tho pale gleam of a lantern They were a scrawled letter from a soldier a far- Â¬ riers receipt and a weeks liberty signed by the captain of H troop but withotttdnte lie pitched them on the rough camp table with contemptuous gesture muttering Decoys if fw be a spy Curse these mustangs Politics hobble the service ShoVi On Who or what Why tho pood ehln and If there Is a pititcugor on board of hor unprovided with that grand preventive of hpii silliness and all dmordera of the Htonmeli livor and bowels HoMorters Btomacli Hitlers all wo hao to pay la he or Bho Is very unthonghtrul There is uoth Ingcoiiiparniilo to this medicine In cneacf niahiriid lever rlieuiaaliuiit nervousness nml Ions of alrengtli Tun hoer glnssonof Hointt burs nveo small they uro spoken ot iiHtuiiipcriuce measure -- Liotol Muil That unrivalled complexlin nnln a prominent Now Yorker nbiuilng to a lndy iieqimliiltinre mis the iCMiltot ieiii unr Hold Tea Send for fiee h mplo to 119 West Jilli Sti Hit Now oik City Tin storm cloud should havuaaky blow color no end A shadow in the tent door raised the generals eyes as Miss Clay entered erect and calm followed by Kvan lean ing on the sergeant Keenly the cavalry loader scanned the pair his eyes passing from thu girl after quick inventory of her points Â¬ t I v3 X iafer Mrs Savah Mulr Of Mlnniipoi x I wus for a long time a iitirer from Into the blacks brain Arc you badly hurt the oillcer asked Kvan replied with Past walking quick repressed grunt of pain as he again tried to bear weight on his left No bones broken I guess but a foot pretty bad wrench the Take him behind you Dowd Were wasting time major ordered And two stout pairs of arms raised tho captive not uugeutly and placed him on tho erup of the Irishmans horse Sergeant send him back to head Â¬ quarters Detail Riley to guard him tho major ordered wheeling his horso whisAn Infantry support Paddy pered Kvan as ho gripped thu Irish Â¬ mans waist muttered tho liurlt whats that federal ofllcer suddenly checking his horse and turning in saddle to listen Platoon Hy right and left in ktrni wArraM Alien An instant more the road was clear the sklrthtg woods on either hand con Â¬ cealing the little force and each mans carbine at a ready Kor now from southward plainly sounded hoofs at rapid trot and soon the jingle of accoutrements told of cav Â¬ alry advancing In rear of tho last trooper Kvan listened with bated breath Were they Could they bo robs Yanks Had Carolyn evaded litem friends or foes Maimed disarmed and closely watched by the surly man who owed him a dismount the chilling captive could only listen and conjecture And nearer the horsemen trotted mer- Â¬ rily through the snow now falling heavily and soon a dark shadow loomed up In distance Challenge sergeant whispered tho major and the troopers knees turned ids horsu Into the road facing tho In- Â¬ truders his carbine at dead aim Halt Who goes there With the countersign Friends Is Maj Cenyers camu the nnswci there SergU tJreer 1 am here Capt 0 ranger tho ofll cer answered riding out to his subWhat brings your scout on altern this trail You were to take thu lower road he added lu lower voice tho We heard llrlng hearaway sir younger soldier replied In tho same And besides wo had a chase tone after the best pleeo of horseflesh and pluckiest piece of womanhood I have struck In roboldotn She cut my shoul Â¬ der strap with a bullet In reply to chal lenge then took to cover and led us through tlio woods like a born fox Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ting but scant information in return Then lie moved forward to the restless pacer by the fire halted and saluting said Maj mid tried many t enmities umi phviielan v toco good purpoM tluo bottle of Hoods Snxsapa- rlllu made ho ctcit tv dilTetctico it my condition that I tool tlin e dottles more and found myselt Fomnlo Wonlwioas iorfertly well I have iiN6jicn Copyright 1891 by BpccUl IIV T O LEON br J II Mpplnrott Co unit PublMied AM Ii ntttfemenl CONTINUKU OIIAPTEIl Il Clinching his tooth and bonding far over tlio ucelc of his fount ing steed Fauntleroy drovo both spurs cruelly home racing nhutid heedless of bullets whistling by every tlbor of his bruin Rtruincd to listen No more shots no Round of hoofs only deaths stillness uhoml Hut from behind tho thud of hoofs drow nearer spite of his Increased speed nearer stilll Then wrenching himself round tho Hying rebel saw a singlo horseman far in lead eharglng down on him and thegreatstrldoof tlio horse warned him that his own under Â¬ fed beast must lose In that overmatch More carefully than before he braced himself by his Unees taking steady aim nt thu on rushlng shadow behind just us a red Hash gleamed out from it His turning had saved the scout for lie felt tho wind of tho bullet whiying by but ho heard too that rasping indo hcribahlo sound of lead crashing Into flesh One lurch and tho black wiison his knees rolling over so quickly as to pin his riders leg beneath hint On sped tho pursuer followed eloso by others and tho reb with teeth sot from pain and rage rested ills pistol on his bridle arm and waited to maku his lut shot sure tolling Cease tiring mntiil and u rang out in clear oin tho trained troopers fell they riwlo into twos np behind their ofllcer Covered by Kvans pistol tho latter rode on nlono to certain death his own revolver tUlent in his hand For with U- 8KCUIUC t DIDMUNT AM HIM BKKOKANT his br ittal tiro of battle hot in his blood the scout steadied Ids aim and pressed Ida finger slowly on tlio trigger when suddenly hu grew dlzy from pain and fell back helpless Tito next instant the pursuit was on him and ho was covered by tho ofllcers pistol Dismount and secure Itim sergeant Do you tho federal ordered quietly BitrrcndurV 1 Kvan an can do nothing else swered sullenly quickly adding In his And if you want n live own veincapture lot some of your bluo contod gentlemen lift thlH good friend of mine off my leg Tho sergeant and another wore nl ready benlde him the former deftly wrenching the pistol from his grasp llrlof time tl tok to raise tho quivering honte from his riders leg ntU lift tho boy pnl wltk ptln to his cot Â¬ - And you let a woman escape you The old majors voice was very dry Not finally sir Her horse pumped ho must have been overridden so wo hemmed her In at last Sorgt l lynn hu added louder advance with your prisoner And Carolyn Clays liorso was led to tho front tho girl sitting erect lu saddle quiet but pale and with an ugly tflcnm in Iter blue gray eyes Who are you madam or miss I presume Maj Conyers asked saluting courteously A lady causelessly A Virginian chased and arrested while riding quiet- Â¬ tho girl answered de- Â¬ ly homeward fiantly Virginia ladles seem to choose strange hours for quiet rides the old Will major retorted rather grimly you give me your name occupation and residence upon honor if I parole you I demand to bo released uncondi- Â¬ tionally anil permitted to proceed to my MKsClay answered haughtily home Do you Yankee soldiers confess that you war upon southern women Perhaps when southern women shoot at un In their jocular way tho Hut wo waste time veteran replied Will you answer my ques- Â¬ madam tion deny your right to question I deÂ¬ mand to bo released ns a was the firm response Non combatants do not shoot In ro- - thnt held his prizes Stop that farce ply to challenge on loaoly roads tho Â¬ 1 non-combata- nt hunter Ctuiyers scout scuds in two prisoners general Would you care to question them or Send them to the rear sir brusque Â¬ ly replied the ofllcer addressed passing into gloom One of them Is a woman sir The returning shadow promptly halted raised a pair of keen blue eyes to the others face shook thu snow out of the long brown curls escaping beÂ¬ neath his plumed felt hat and resting on his collar as he asked crisply Camp woman or spy Certainly not an ordinary camp A lady seemingly though she woman replied the provost will not talk And sir when a marshal glibly woman wont talk Any papers Have you searched them cut in his superior I had supposed Maj Con No sir yera Supposed Search them sir And the 3oting general with a scarcely sup Â¬ pressed oath locked his hands behind him stood with back to the fire wholly careless of the fast falling snow and watched his ofllcers retreating form as he approached the pair Knuntloroy had been lifted from his cramped perch behind Doyles saddle and Miss Clay dismounting had ap proached him with eager query as to Ills hurt Log busted but only a strain I guess he answered cheerfully add Â¬ It will bo in ing rather ruefully marching trim long before I get thu chance to test it now Poor dear boy And all for my Hut sake Miss Clay whispered back perhaps we nut if getolV If Her suggestion was cut off unfinished by the brusque order of the provost marshal Sergeant madam Kail back search that prisoner Why In thunder havent you done so already he added In lower grumbling venting spleen at his own reproof upon his inferior All right Search away Kvan re Â¬ sponded with a loud laugh as tlio girl stepped back without a word only ono quick motion of her hand to her lips And noting It tho boy swiftly carried his hand to his mouth as though to stop his laugh With a dash upon him the sergeant had his wrist in iron grip forcing down the tightly clinched hand Hut ere thu and struggling to open it long powerful New Knglandor could do this only to find It empty Kvans jaws had worked rapidly and hu gave a great gulp as the ofllcer cried Choke him sergeant For what thu reb answered deYouve mado fiantly springing back me swallow my tobacco now and Oh hord Im getting sick With a sudden lurch forward ho leaned heavily on tho ofllcer almost tumbling him into tho arms of thu agile sergeant There was apparent agony of nausea upon the boys face but had thu light been stronger tho captors might have caught n gleam of merry devil in the eyes ho dropped quickly as tho volunteer again grumbled Dm the old spys trick Search him sergeant Do you hear Without a word of protest Kvan sul mlttcd to thorough search by tho lean old sergeant a regular with chevrons for service which yet could not keep his lips quite steady as he finished his task and reported handing over his treasures One letter two passes sir one pipe one hoof pick one buckle one piece of And the vetorans hand went twine from his cap to his side as the major nervously grasped tho enumerated captures Major Tho clear call from tho little statue at the tire wheeled the provost marshal like a top and he ad Â¬ vanced eagerly saluting with Cbo hand -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ to the children and llnd tliit M keep ihrm In Mid Sahmi Ml lit Wd ICth ilth uv So Mumeipoliu Minn Kood In Hoods Sarsaparilla HOODS PILLS cure all I Hi r Ills DRKILMERS MY COUSIN IS A VIltRIMAN SITt to Fauntleroy then quickly back to sir that I can hang you at daylight He shot tlio question at Kvan like a bullet Yes sir or Jthoot mo tonight the Hut I do not boy answered quietly think you will You are a spy He Is not Miss Clays voice rang out clear and defiant lie is a con Â¬ federate soldier and in uniform He is a prisoner of war And arortM also The young general rose graeefuly as ho addressed tho lady instinctively straightening his suiter and brushing back hisdamp curls with half boyish air of foppery as he tossed his hat on the table Miss Clays eyes met hor questioners steadily but with unmistakable defiance as she answered I am not sir I am a a Virginia lady on her way to her aunts home arrested and dragged hero without cause or excuse fur thu outrage You doubtless could hang uh both to morrowor now If itsuits your governments theories of war but its articles protect this vouJli and release Do you know Â¬ Â¬ non-combata- nt her t oo fikJSS T h II o flRCATKDNEyLVERBUDDR Joints or hlp sediment In ttrluellko brick dust Iroipiont calls or rotciitioi iheumtitim VtiR in the Back liabetc3 dropsy Beauty or Klduaey Cossigftlaint EJrinnry Troubles hllt colored urine StlncliiK KiiiFMt Ions w hen voiding dlstorss pre6 stt ruin the put Us urethral imtut ion stricture Hlontor dark elroles under the eyes tonsils coated constipation yellowish eyeballs On rnn tr Cm content if Onn rnttlr If not t- - Disordered IAvcr9 t lie rfHrdDlliKKIta lll lufiliul yim Ilivnlldn jtmle U Health free Ciixnlli IKhi fnL DlL KlIMUt ii CO UlMUIAMTON S Y At DruulntN 50c Nlsc rlrp tutlil 100 Sle me The generals eyes again Inventoried the speaker with curiosity that had some admiration mixed with It but hu answered calmly u For two years I suffered terribly Dm you seem familiar with thu articles of war Did you study them at with stomach trouble and was for your aunts or in camp What is your all that time under treatment by a name physician He finally after trying Carrie Fauntleroy my first cousin sir Kvan broke in quickly his eye everything said my stomach was catching the papers cn the table before worn out and that I would have to cease eating solid food On the rec- Â¬ the girl could reply Is that true ommendation of a friend I procured Tho federal general questioned the a bottle of August Flower Itscem man but his gaze uvor left the face of ed to do me good at once I gained thu woman turned defiantly upon him strength I feel and flesh rapidly now suffused with a glow of anger that now like a new man and cousider never deepened under his scrutiny My cousin Is a Virginian sir sho that August Flower has cured me answered for him us ho had done for Jas F Dederick Saugerties N Y We are never ashamed of our her names A August Flower quick glance sent her Kvans thanks CREAM BALM pixIC that she had caught his meaning that ffJPCAAi niV I have runt two bot- Â¬ her own name was too well known along the itordor to bo risked in this tle of iiut Crmm ifcCURrr- fffHZ new peril Whether the general caught Halm and evmider tvvn that glance or not ho seemed Im myself cam I tut WFEVERS pressed by its reflection In her eyes fertd 20 war from Zr Vi Â¬ fJ Ys CatabhH zm denly At what point reach thu river from which his own had never swerved for nftcr a brief pans he asked sud catarrh and catarrh alhtadacJte and thtt i th6 Jlrtt rtninln miss did you hopu to that aJJonUd IcutUu Â¬ Carolyn Clay had been In close places before If not so porllous as this and sho answered as calmly and naturally as though declin- answer It was in vain If lie expected a start or flush for an rtHtjuTiHpjin 1 15 imjo in In a pnruc o Cteeable i 1 mt lAiU Ht ItOTIlttKM EIY rtr Pitch nostril lplla Into DrupKlMs orbrnivJ U innll m rnntu nt US oi ErPFCr Ht U3X Warren New Vortc Â¬ ing an Ice My A the general con Wo Offvr You a Itcinvriy half smile hu could not repress tcfiich IwiurcH Nttfitu to flickered an Instant about the cavalry LI fa of Haiti vr tind 4 lilhl leaders lips qulokly replaced by their habitual sternness as hu retorted MOTHERS It is a strange hour and stranjfc ItabH Vanjlnomvnt len company for you to bo f nmd In tubs Hint Ialn Horror ami of No I am not doubting your statement After tulntfnnotxitlo of Mother Friend J umrciliUiliiifOiuii uimI ii stopping her Intent to r pexk by n wunknoM Vkti icoj ii nun nu nitnrwiint tuiml gesture but shall ask proof for lu ANMCOAu Miliar MoJnnin IjiiIKI reeolpt fcent br ttxpriMi Major question tho guard who brought pnlliflrtioiilo rlmreoii ioMuiiiirttiiulUil or nrniOl JloviK them In for point of capture and all deJtAmaizj uihcmtuk o tails Send tho guide to me sir ATijrvr uu river aunt lives Inland sir not on tho YOUNG MOTHERS FMD IfO UK COXTiXUK 60M UV AL1 UUUOII5T5 j1j -- linn i thoy dld or rathnr existed and lor tlio most part Itopt out of debt Sam HomothncB worked but novor wUo huv 4lil for very long Ho nlwnys found some hoo golden light A fkmed ft ly excuse for leaving u place within tifew s slowly fading lulo uIijUU days Ho could almost always 11ml an nenrntti tlio lotf horizons rim other job easily enough forho was an jwn 1u tho distance faint und itltit excellent hand when ho ehoso to bo but ho did not hasten about llndiuir a r 11I n plnrlmm rlnlntr nun Mi Ihm lu now job when ho had given one up not I in i Tfie aetf mimo orb Junt passed uway mini mvv wore reuuuoa to tlio very V from other eyes brings thorn now day last straits could Mat get him to hunt Â¬ ing work again dour oito piuisod away Another Ono day Sam loft home for a ranch tied men sijr m How peacefully she about thlrty llvo miles distant where m Hut jut beyond tlio bounds of eiutli ho had heard thoy wanted help Two Ittry tittor UJIngs of n birth days passed throe four llvo and no I mm i olf some one who punned from slpht word 0111110 from him Mat was not a A5 sinks tlio Mm oncuMiiiiiiuor tugiit little worried although Sam had often Keen away for two weeks at a time Tlio angels my lmfl but begun The llfo tbit iwchis to mortals done without sending word to hor Hut this ttimo it was dlllorentj thoro was no ex Â¬ jor death prim terror of the ourlli cuse for his not sending a message as Ar mo by tingels Is but birth the stage came by tho ranch ho had Wert I HnnifH in OemoUsts Mugilno gone to three times 11 week If he had found work there as ho expected ho MATS IIUSHANI could easily have untitled her So late in the afternoon of tho lift It day she throw her shawl over her head and No Ono But Horsolf Kuow Why wont down to hor fathers to Hud if Sho Lovotl Him they had heard anything of Sam Tho old follow was standing in the Slu doubtless had n womans reason doorway Tliut kind of ron- strangers talking to a couple of for marrying him ton niny not satisfy other people but No ho was saying they haint it is invariably sufficient or tho femi ben no person long yore las few days nine roiisoner but what blongsycre Mobbe though Satn Toms was what is called wuth he inoitt a ben seed over ye re t Ha Old Hill less by his TVxnn neighbors Hen thurV No cons Wa al my himsolf not u boys comin in Ihiun his fnthcr-ln-lufin thar party soon an rcry energetic or useful citivon used he cn tell ye Come in an feed luekll to sit on tlio stops ut tho cross road be yero right soon store and publicly bewail his sad lot in Mat stayed to help her mother with having Sum for a member of his famitho supper and during tho course of ly Hill had a dramatic style of de- Â¬ the meal learned that the two strangers livery that wan very fetching and in wero olllcers trailing a horse thief who varinbly impressed strangers as being had stolen a valuable horse at a ranch very much in earnest forty miles east and sold it at IMckott it on the stops silently Station and who was believed to have Me would chewing an enormous mouthful of tooinc this way bacco and apparently listening to tho As sho listened to the conversation a conversation of his oo loufors If Sams sudden nameless fear came upon her name was mentioned he wjuld give making her feel faint and ill As soon rent to four or live little falsetto as supper was over sho took her shawl squeaks which found egress through ami hurried home his nose then he would draw in a long SouTehow sho was not surprised to brcaHi- pufT out his fat cheeks purse Hud the door open Sho entered hastihis mouth and give a heavy whistling ly Sam was in bed asleep and breath sigh this would be followed by a largo ing stertorously He hail evidently quantity of tobacco juice carefully been drinking as Ids clothes wero scat Â¬ aimed at some object in tho vicinity tered about the lloor and Mat looking These preliminaries accomplished Hill out the back door could see his pony would rise to his feet thrust ono fat standing patiently where Sam had left dirty hand into his shirt front wave him waiting for some one to come and weeping gas t tiro as ho feed him Mat leaned ovor tho sleepthe other in lowered his eves and rolled his hottd ing man and kissed him gently her sadly from side to side and deliver eves full of love Then sho turned to himself profoundly after tho followingl up hs clotusin pnt Uipm nmiy fashion The trousers were heavy mid some Ah hum That Sam Toms is th thing Jingled in one of the pockets laziest mos shifless onory trillin Instinctively Mat thrust her hand into cuss I ever heed an yuro Ive done it and drew it forth clasping several pot im fr a gold pieces As sho did so her eyes Another whistling high would closothis opened wide and she stood as if stunned peroration and old Hill would resume for a time her heart chilled with the his scat still shaking his head sorrow- same struugu fear that had stricken her fully awhile ago and impelled her to hurry And Hill was more than half right home Nominally Sam was a cowboy but Sho rushed to the bed and shook Sam most of the time he would tell yon ho roughly Sam1 Sam wake up she was jes laviu oft a spell t rest up almost screamed like The man turned over and looked at Up had always been just so distin Mlo M Mat Yerebe her stupidly gitUhcd for laziness in an easy going limine kiss he said in a dull ye eoniinunitv and nobody expected him ever to be otherwise anil it puzzled tone Not twell ye tell me whar yo done people imm nsoly when energetic Mats voice ot these yore things capable MJtie Hunii accepted him for sounded broken and shrill to say nothing of regliir coinpny Sam sat up and rubbed his head lookthe sensation criM ted by their wedding W wy ing at her in drunken wonder Mat as has been suggested probably V had Miiiif reason for marrying Sam them them thar honey She shook him liereely and said in a hut it is quite certain that sho never lower tone a tone of earnest force toll anyone what that reason was Tell mo Sam Toms whar ye done iSnui was tall and big and handsome got these yero coins Miiek now in his careless slouohy way lie hud ller tone partially sobered the man always managed no one knew how to wear good clothes too These facts whose eves opened wider us ho asked and his perennial good nature and querulously What ye so ull Hrod fussy bout I friendly ways were tho only points in And he laughed his favor Against him were tho points haint done nothin in a half drunken half nervous way so forcibly taken by bin futhor-iii-laSam irur did yo git em and also that he got drunk whenever hn could possibly do so und was lie sat dumbly staring at her Sam her voice was full of horror morally so weak that anyone could did you steal that thar boss eusily lead him astray How Mat and Sam got along no one No answer but Mat saw by his eyes hut Mat knew Oneo in a groat while sho had guessed tho truth Slowly the Kntn would do somo work and earn a coins fell from her hand to tho lloor few dollars If ho got homo with it slowly her head bent forward until her without stopping at tho saloon well face touched tho pillow Kor minutes and good Hut oftenor tlinu not he she did not move not until Sam who would drnp in jes t take a nip V had been staring at her wonderingly two and that would settle it At reached out his big bund and laid it mch times ho would stay and buy caressingly on her jiead Then she drinks for everybody prase ut while his sprang to hor feot hor hot eyos glaring money lasted Then ho would come ami her form trembling with anger und homo in a maudlin tearful state of in horror Sho did not speak but lixed toxication and invent somo tulo to no her guzo on his face for a few seconds count for his condition und tho disap Ho did uot moot her look and present- Â¬ pearance of his money winding up ly she turned and runout of tho door with the promise novor to lot it happen Sum almost sober now called after again And Mat would protend that her but sho did not answer Ho got she believed linn and would stroke his out of bod slowly and started to dress curly head until ho foil asleep Thou himself Ho had almost finished when Mte would look nt the handsome scamp Matt accompanied by hor father and for a few minutes with love ttnuttor tlio two strangers returned nklo in hor eyes tho tired eyes back Thar he Is an thars th money of which wore a world of unshed tears sho said and passed on out through Ihjt sho novor complained not tho the back door without looking at Sam tlrst word the llrm sot mouth and weary look might Indtcato ever so There was n jail nt tho cross roads much but h r lips novor expressed it It was il primitive affair but solid and And Sam gradually grow more and substantial It was a dugout In tlio and had 11 heavy oak door and more useless and shiftless trusting to side hill htswifcu ready wit ami fertility of re great steel liiiignn and look It wan mm ce to carry them both ovor the bad plenty strong enough to hold a dozen places men all anxious to escape null Sam There worn lots of bad places too Toms did not try to escape Ho only Twice Ham ran Into debt several dol Â¬ sat still in tho low damp clurkKome lars at the saloon and Mat found some room arid tried to understand how it menus to pay tho debts only herself had all happened It must bo u drunk Â¬ know how Hut tho second tlmo she en dream but no ho was almost informed tlio saloon man that ho must sober und know whom ho was and Hut ho trust Sam no more And besides theso how and why lie was there things to live how did thoy do it could uot uudorstand Had Mat was Nobody could gncsa Perhaps oven it reully Mat who had given him up Mat herself could uot huvo told yet Thoro must bo somo uiUtuko - nntAw sinks tile to rest1 tho roilskyed went fttin 1 SUNSET Hvo Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ 11 Â¬ -- hou-n-la- Hin-hm-hi- u Â¬ Â¬ w Â¬ Â¬ A UfcUAYINU HAKIY Tho big strong man finally began to realize it all Ho lay down on tho Republics Kottenncm railing Upon bunk and cried himsolf to steep Uko a 1tibllo Tftte child An examination of tho official re turns of tho recent election ha It must huvo boon about uiio oclock announced will dteclouo somo thoy aro facts of in tho morning when somo ono silently grave significance lo tho republicans entered the bouse of old Hill Hiiun who huvo ut heart tho future of tho re- Â¬ constable This somo ono entered by publican party tho back door wont stealthily into tho Bupcrlcially at least tho most im room where Jl 111 and his wife slept portaut discovery Unit will bo inutlo is rummaged about a few minutes and party for tho tlrst then emerged from tho house It wiim that tho in n presidential time in Ittt year has history a woman and she had something in retrograded instead of udvunoing in hor hand This taken in numerical strength Sam Toms was awakened a llttlo connection with the Increase in popula- Â¬ after thts by a rattling Jarring sound tion during the last four years will be lie sprang up just as tho big oaken Ktartllng intelligence to those who doors swung back and revealed tho have sincerely believed in tho destiny figures of a woman und two saddle as well us in tho achievements of tho horses republican party come fr ye Sam said the wom Â¬ llanco for an instant at tho figures I done bruiig both an with a sob For this purpose probably the fairest ponies an on eloeH Ios go Sam wo comparisons can bo made on the basis cn git crost Hi rlvab befo inuwnln of tlio returns from Now York and Come Indiana Thoso two states 0110 in tho lie clasped her in his arms und they rust und tho other in tho west wero clung to each other 11 little while considered and made tho battle ground Then Mat said more steadily of tho recent struggle Tho repub Come Sam Wsgoovah t Mexico licans concentrated their strength on an mobbe wo cn try 11 do bettor this territory They fought tho cam ovah thar paign on the assumption that victory And they rodo forth in the bright to them In theso states or oitber of free moonlight down towards the Illo them would be victory for their nairundo into a new and better life They put their money tional ticket It li Kctchom in San Francisco Argo- Â¬ and their speakers into them Their naut caudrduto for tho presidency was from one their candidate for tho vice LADY TENNYSON presidency from the other If there Mimic SI10 Wrote lo llcr IIunImwuI Im was apathy in either state it certainly cum Sunt in Uniivlng HoouiM could not be churgod to any shortcom Â¬ Like most wives of famous men ing of the party managers or organizLady Tennyson has lived in obscurity ers Kverythlng was done that could inconsistent with hor husbands re- have been done to arouse and get out nown The wife of the laureate is one the vote of the few persons with whom he was What was the result intimately associated who did not ufVcr Indiana the homo of Mr Harrison inspiration to his muse Still the rea Â¬ presents ibis record of republican votes son that impelled tho poot to make no for president since tlio organization of reference to his wife may huvo been the party ISVI bis intense jealousy of the sanctity of lWio latum his home life For many years a con Â¬ tM Mli ww 17HMH tinued invalid and never her husbands IKTJ IWIM7 equal in intellectual power she was ism iAWOII wo SSI3 lV still not without some talent as evi UW ttVI denced by her musical compositions ism HUM tlVtMI which show 1111 inspiration remark lew ltfrtWI Hero is un invariable increase in the able in u woman of her character Tho music she wrote to her husbands po votes which tho republicans cast in ems is better known in lhigland drawing-- every presidential election up to that rooms than its composer for out Â¬ of this year when for the llrst time a side her home in Sussex few pcoplu decrease is recorded notwithstanding know her even by sight Lady Tenny- Â¬ the normal growth in the states popuson had a never failing faith in her lation How about New York husbands ability Hue appreciation ol Read the figures of republican votes his talents and possibly the comfort nt in that state in hours of tribulation her sympathy rnW7 when caustic critics jarred upon bis jhm 1MV M8 MIMMIII sensitive nature was greater help than t f IIIIMt 4IUSKI more active service IIMII tMI tIM After ull thu ISM MU7M IMMI till was that runaway match IsTlS ideal union KXV7 fAMI When the old poet I Ssi of the Hrownlngs IWKnp 1SSI laureate William Wordsworth heard IhKS I WW WMSIO of this wedding of Kobert lti owiiiii h as in Indiana there was a proHere and Elizabeth Uarrelt observed Doubtless they will speak gressive increase in every national elecdryly more intelligently to each other than tion up to the last when thoro was an N immense falling olV notwithstanding they have yet done to the publicY Sun tho fact that the natural growth of population should have swelled the Cutcrlllitr lu Crinoline normal republican vote about 7 per At llio I met with a very common in- cent This contrast is more striking habitant of the tropics a huge eater when compared with Clevelands in pillar who built himself a sort ol crease from tirir votes in tho state crinoline of sticks and then covered it four years ngo to uTiMKK this year This dwelling he with a thick web What Is the lesson carried about with him us a snail Is not the hhowing one for serious carries her shell spinning an outwork consideration by thoughtful republic of webb round the twig of a pet tree ans by which his house is hung leaving It cannot be explained away us it him free to put out three joints of his might in such states as Ohio on the head and neck and eat up all the ground oT overconlldeuce Tho simple llowers within reach fact stands out that In those stales leaves and When the branches are bare he spins a where the battle was fought and tint bit more web on a higher twig bites sqtturcst test made the republican through tho old one jerks his whole party on candidates and issues of its establishment upstairs and begins own choosing for tho first time since eating again lie had a kind of elastic its foundation falls back behind its po Â¬ portico to his house which closed over sition of the preceding four years The his head at the slightest noise the Inference is certainly strong that it has Infuse shutting up like a telescope and reached the summit of its career ami then when all was quiet again out is going down the hill that its mission came his head down dropped tho is fulfilled and its natural decay begun building and the gourmand again set It may in tho future reorganized on himself to his task of continual feast- Â¬ new issues find a new career lu that ing At last came the sleep of tho case it will be the republican parly chrysalis and ho llually became a poor only in name There is certainly U collections Miss nothing in the present or in the im downv moth medlato past to indicate tliut the repub North lican party of Lincoln its work donn All thu Siiiiic ami tho republican party of Harrison A knowledge of geography is evi its work rejected is not obsolete dently unnecessary in fitting Italian Louisville Courier Journal city olllciuls for their duties At leust oven If It be important it in not always CLEVELANDS PROMISES to be found Tho author of Kuropean snys that he otico llriiiocrutlc SiutrvM lluntul Upon rrly Reminiscences rrlurlplr mailed a letter for America in the post 5rover Cleveland will assume the duofllco at Naples and found greutdifli ties of the presidency the second time cnlty in baring it registered as he entirely untrum Finally when that opurutiou was rneled did the first or promises save by pledges completed tho oflloltil suddenly tx those which he bun made to the whole claimed American people in public utterances Whore are tho five sonln Those promises relate entirely to Whut do you inoanV asked tho principles Hnd party performances traveler They do not roluUi to pluces Thoso Registered lottors must have five who labor under u different Impresseals in order to secure their safe sion either do not know tho man or was the ruply transportation Thuu have suffered their knowledge of the Italian added with a sudden to bo obscured by professions him of thought Sousute slgnor 1 sou this knowledge of thoso who have other goes to America Letters to South alms to servo than the success of the America and Africa uro allowed with- administration and tho democratic out sealing wax since tho melting of party Treuties of Mentor have never the wax spoils other postal matter been a necessary part of democratic thanked him but said that this let campaign maneuvers Those who seek tor was not for South America but for to oroato tho contrary impression aro the United States merely looking for political rehabilita- Â¬ its all the name thing ho re- Â¬ tion after a tidal wavo so unexpected It has to pass the equator by them as to have swept tbem oiT sponded anyway Youths Companion their feot The ohoraetor ot tho president-elect tho progress of tho canvass Hlght Reply In Right IMncc Vintor about which thoro was no mystery or And ho you tiro glad the sohook aro Insldo workings and tho result it- Â¬ No open Llttlo labnny haint self aro enough to remove misappre Â¬ Hut you just told that gen hension on this score if any exists und nutlior Of course Human you wero Hes to thwart any effort to crcato misunthe tcuclusr derstanding lo Moines Arounut 1 Â¬ The democratic victory was the product of a unto of states and voters bent ou accomplishing certain publto results umW the generalship of ono in whose capacity to accomplish thoso rorults there wan general confidence There werti mercenaries in thin army one wIiom support wuh purchased at auy prlc cxpectod Mr Clovolaud whatever that evory doinocrat would vote the ticket because lie was a democrat and if any suggestion to him had boon made reasons wore rethat additional quired the pcoplo of tho country may rest assured that it would liavo been mot in democratic fashion Albany Arglis POINTS AND OPINIONS Â¬ of a political cause largest political army which ever Rath r crcd about any mahn standard In history It includes wore rotor thaa wero over before rallied to Urn impport Â¬ Mr Cleveland hi the leiwUrtWMr Thoso republican loaders who are with groat unanimity dlsovorlug that the McKinley bill did it cannot bo credited with anything moro than hindsight-Hoston Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ swim or take a ferryboat Tho United States navy will not bo at his disposal St Louis lobe Democrat rop In estimating and cataloguing the causes of republican defeat tho trilling circumstance of lack of re Â¬ publican rotes ought not to bo over- Â¬ looked St Loals Globe Democrat rep The republicans cannot becomo reconciled to their defeat and thoy urn still trying to convict tho pcoplo of ignorance and stupidity in falling to give them a further loose of power N Y 1osL Is Transcript rop If Russ Harrison want to go to Coney Island next summer hell have to Â¬ I I Â¬ It is because his bill wan considerably dourer to democrats than any previous tarifV legislation that his party was snowed under -I- Cunsus City Times A new republican rcunon for tho landslide has been brought out Tho social unrest of the country was against us it is said Well when six or seven millions of votom got uneasy there Is very apt to bo an ovurtarn XV Y Molvlnley claims that protection just us dear to republicans as ovor Â¬ election of Mr Cleveland shows that popular opinion howovor slow it may bo in forming In when once formed almost Inevitably right mid that tho will of tho neopb whon clearly expressed Is irresistible-Hal-timor- o News In the next house the democratic majority is about ninety ovor alL This Is World Tho t Â¬ Â¬ - large enough for all tho practical purposes of legislation nnd will prove loss unwieldy than the majority of one hundred and llfty six in tho present house St Louis Republic Tho republican party has tried to purchase tho soldier rots by pledging tho nation to a pay roll that has grown from SUTOOOOOl In 1S78 to Sl8o000lU0 in IMUJ much Â¬ which is squandered on camp followers and treasury looters Louisville the grputer part of al Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tho campaign of education on tho tariff began with Clevelands groat tariff message of I8S7 That coura geous document helped to defeat tho democratic louder In 1SS8 but It was a lamp unto the feot of the nation and it prepared all the conditions that led to the overwhelming victory at tho polls - Newark lonrnal Mr Dojiew says that tho people of tho Dulled Statew aro ttrtvl of u cer- Â¬ tainty and want to speculate Chaun coy Is partly right The puoplo aro tired of tho certainty of being squeezed in the Interests of monopoly Hut thoy have now invested in another certainty - lower taxes pure government and equal rights Chicago Herald - Mr Depew Hays that ho hopes that tho democrats hnvo curried the United States senate as ho thinks that it will lrud to disaster for tlio country W and u republican victory In HW Wo do not do not go so fur us that want disaster anyway and wo arc not going to have It if the solid man all over the country can help it Hostou Record rep Whatever else may huvo contrib- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ uted to his success detnngoglNm cunnoti H charged against Mr Cleveland has adhwrvd to his principles whou such adherence from a political point of vlvw was im Kill tie nnd thh louds to tint belief tliut be will be able to hold lu check the rsdieal element o his purty and glvv the country a con- Â¬ Ik servative is nd ministration Pittsburgh Â¬ Â¬ Il stuffed with the virtue that accepts public otllco only us n public trunk stuffud with tho honor whlcb refuses to palter in a double sense with words or even to keep silent when ha at the time of tho stiver craze frank utter Â¬ ance scorns to promise only destruction for his own und his partys ambitions stuffed with sturdy common sense N -- Chronicle And thts prophet is stuffed V World 1 1 Â¬ Wo do not think It would ba wis for tho party of revision to undertake tho giput work of mihstltuting un hon Â¬ est tarifV for tho McKluley act at a called session of thu now congress If tlio ropiibllcaiiH uro really uuxlous aa they say thoy aro that a tefcteftku new policy shall bo made at OmTIN let thorn pass tho bills which the present That house lias sent to tho Kanat would bo a beginning and would per- Â¬ ceptibly decreaa the labor to be doan lu tho Mifsequent jfesdral revklcN K Y Times I H JftrcaHk - lisle ritlgn iim vuii Col V V 1 Hrnokin- - To tjlvttit problem JIo can fill it ami it will It him admirably For the Benefit of Sheriffs The following bill has been in- Â¬ troduced in h senate by Mr Har gis read the urst time and ordered to be printed viz SPENCER COOPER Editor Friday An nut for the beiieM of eXsheriils oFthli coinmoiiwtiilth He It cnncteil ly the noncnil niweinlilv of Unit the coiiiiiiniiwtiiltli of Kentucky thv ex slierlll of till eouimoinvcnltli lie mill they lire hereby allowed the further HAZEL GREEN KY time of two years to collect their oiitMiimN and lire allowed iiiK imtl uncollected luxe 20 180 the xiiiiie reinedleH mid powers of reMnlnt mid shall he lluhle in like niniiner nt In now In tlit collect ion of such Now tluit it in practical ly hoMIiuI provided by law fuses Thin act shall 2 that Hon John J Carl ink- - will go more than ten yearn not apply to taxes due i into lmsidcnt MovoIiukIh cabinet There being taxes due the ex sherltlft of till commonwealth that will be lost to as Hooptary of the treasury the them if this net does rot take elleet an emergency li hereby declared to Holons at Frankfort are figuring on exist and this net nhall lake elleet when his rtuecoHHor in the United State approved by the governor 1 I Jan Inline-lh-tel- y Among the names men tionodart lilcoly to sueeed him we note that of J Ion W C I Hrock inridgo the presont repreHentative of the Ashland district in congress Without mentioning the merits or demorits of any of the other gen- Â¬ tlemen we must insist that Mr Drockinridge is the best equipped of the entire lot and Kentucky will in n or limtjolf in mmilimr him In im senate From Maine to Mexico he is known as the silver tongued niyitor of Kentucky and as wide as his fame as a speaker is his pop- Â¬ ularity as a politician Not only this but unlike ninety nine in ev Â¬ ery hundred of this class he is a pure man Col Hreckinridge is the same courteous gontlemen to day tomorrow and always and by his a Table manner he lm won the esteem of mon of every class in socioty and political complexion in politics lie is a man in all that the word implies and there is no docoit in him Whothor he is made tho successor of Mr Carlisle or not the pooplo can rest assured that he will resort to no unfair means to win lie is above and beyond all such littleness Honuto 1 Compensation to Circuit Clerks Mr Arnett from the committee on criminal laws in the house re- Â¬ ported the following billwhich was read the first time ordered to be read a second time on another day and ordered printed viz An net to allow compensation to circuit court clerks of this commonwealth for their services in criminal cases lie it enacted by the general hhmmiiIiIv of I the coinuioiiwcalth of Kcitueky That circuit court clerks olthis commonwealth shall e allowed und paid out of the treas ury of the state of Kentucky the same Ice for their scrviscs in criminal cases as they are now allowed by law for their services iii penal cases such fees shall be allowed ly the circuit courts and paid as other claims against the commonwealth 2 2 This act shall take ell Vet as the law requires May or May Not Bo So j2 thought reiiitrM Hut the rtltnpla fact h kuotni to niiiuy i AvI Unit Dr Frnnera Golden Itellcf cures 1 1 Consumption does It every Umo anil In every ease when used befora tho lanes ImvB be- como too far disorganized Heres a typical case rAiiTXiiim Miss Joiich Aged 20 has loat 23 pounds checks coughn und ralr s all hav tho hectic fluMi Uio timo has Just returned from tho South where bIio spent the winter Did not Improve Hho takes ft drops of Dr Fenners Cloldin Ro lief on a small lump of slitfar once In 2 hours Improvement bcclns at once In 2 weeks aim 1MYI 1A Y junior nifiiiU r of the firm of T Diy S Co hits decided to has gained jo pounds In 6 weeks she wrfcha 130 and Is cuittt withdraw from the linn on luroatit of his ctiijicnuiits tit Clay City nud Tho remedy Is a SrrciFJO In Inflammation No Inflammation no sore otlier Miiiit iihni the K t I K Ihe aid linn will tin re fore he dissolved hv ness no consumption Thus it curia u long list of ailment from a common sore throat to a mntuitl iiirreeinent nt aa enriy date or m mm hi if the neeearv nrrangciuentsenii gravo bronchitis asthma and consumption he made from a toothache to a grave neuralgia from a All the hiixinev of the firm iiin t now he ehfed tip and as a firM headache to a tf ao rheumatism nnda from aummor complaint to a grave dysentery cholhtep toward it we will oiler for muIo on the ahove day and date on era or Mux This wide range of application has Jrotiuds in Hazel Ireen the following property towit Our celebrated sometimes unjustly caused it to bo dubbed a the Fair euro all Hut It Isnt It cures one disease atyl that li inflammation Inflammation cannot exist in Its prnsuncK ami thut mil a the jirob Urn One tahlespoonful dose cures Ia Orlppo Itnever disappoints Contains no opiates nar Perfectly safo cotics or mineral poisons Ami Money refunded if satisfaction not glveu Tak a bottlo to day homo The best Inek in Kentucky ThU stock is known by reputation throughout the IPUlSJILllC STILUS OF Mm Oil orse to nosi Weanesuay FeDruary 1 I5in 1893 huiii4 Â¬ Â¬ IHF Â¬ POST BOY 6 COLD DUST STALLIONS QElr- JQXMT MORQAJT blue-gra-- s 5 T C 2 W p mountain and counties Their breeding 1 1 is ecund to none Also I I I Â¬ r a s- ui l Z T - i5tll i -a s j H r - Ij 1 iii C c ImjkI of -- u-ir hHiW I 4 y o links old Tost Hoy liorso inl 1 l - vcnrold Post Povrillv oMiolil tint lilooiloil in arc in loal liv Pot Pov - t ar old lino harness liohl- iiiir rich in color lino si vie 1 L 1 H A 2 L c 5 ncs It is learned Â¬ as president Col Brecin ridge could accomplish more for Kentucky than any other man who could bo sent to the United States senate and the Ken tuoky legislature will make a grand mistake should they fail to name him as the successor of Mr Car- Â¬ lisle It is well known that Mr Breckinridge is already in close touch with President Cleveland and his elevation to the United States senate would only place him a little nearer the throne of ro Â¬ lontlemen of the vers grace legislature be careful to cast your voto for W C I Breckinridge when the candidates from whom you must select a successor to Mr Carlisle are all before vou and you will have done noblv bv vour With Cleveland fluence which has led the Kentucky WE WILL PAY statesman to make the sacrifiico is the private assurance from the president elect through mutual friends that all kinds of work will bo done to make Mr Carlisle pres Â¬ ident in 18M It is slyly hinted MARKET PRICES by the friends of Senator Carlisle that Mr Cleveland will use the name and geographical power of FOR his secretary of the treasury to break down tho presidential hopes of Senator David B Hill four -4-- AND years hence It is conceded that Carlisle would be a much better man to defeat Hill than anyone in OF ALL KINDS the east Carlisle could get a solid Dela- Â¬ south the southwest Ohio ware Maryland and Now Jersey and much of New England Any Come on with vour western democrat would stand no JSkius Mini iiot vour chance against Carlisle who is considered sound upon the currency MoiuV question and who would cut into tho oast even against any man from 0 Depo- tthat section As the matter now Office Near C stands it is Carlisle for the treas- Â¬ ury with the understanding that he will be Clevelands man for the N Y paper presidency in 1S1 GO E RENAKER that the secret in- Â¬ A 3125 7 Si Track Sulkies Urcak arts Uoad Carts Iiuirirk tScc ILar- dotihlo and sinrk and all riirinir and lixtuivs ncccs sarv in trainiuu1 horses pSjJIfclt will be remembered that we have done an unlimited crediting ebt which inu t he closed lins iirv inn li ivfi m lurio oiiNtaiK in Those AM paities indebted to lis either by note or iiccotiut mtit call and settle having open accounts are in particular requested to come forward and close them up at once otherwise we will be forced to place your notes and accounts in the We nov have an overstock of a great many lines of goods hands of an officer we will sell for Cash or Produce without regard to original cost but we can which not and will not sell any more goods on time until the business of this firm is closed and the dissolution full v completed isSsria FURS 4- - SKINS Will be Twelve 12 months time with approved security for all sums over Twenty live Dollars under that amount cash in hand Uespctfully c LADIES CLOAKS AT COST KpZ ZS s s N M Flnanco Influoncos Friendship In business false friends are like our shadow keeping close to us while wo walk in the sunshine but VINCHESTER KY tr o k H j leaving us the instant we pass in the shade Should the most lowly man in the city become rich he would soon be exalted Let the wealthiest become poor and swiftly he is retired from both public and private favor to the shades of iso- Â¬ IBBLERS 9UCKEYI 4- - i s s IKKKX rUAXKPPL icrtlio patronage oftlio h U3 s s jj jist and hoping to still further merit 0 out- lit ois w is5ii you iiio vours h s nappy li nipy new year ami al the same lime desire to announce that Ladies and MissiV Cotks dcins Whiter Clothing 6 eg are he closed out this month eic - OF HAZEL t i - -- AT G0ST Ti3P fmi TUB ASfl N NT l Iliis is tho host opportunity you Imvp ovor had tn bey siiMiiiablt nil at low priens a s s s b 1 Nreil B3 Kvj constituents Tiik Hrkam is for Col W C P Breckinridge for tho United States senate against all and every one of the candidits who have or may horoaftor be announced Since the editor of this paper was a barefoot boy ho has known Col Breckin- Â¬ ridge and in that long acquaint- Â¬ ance wo can truthfully say of him that wo never heard aught against his good name As a citizen his rocord is as clear as the noon day sun As a spanker none can with him compare and as a statesman ho has possibly one and only one superior John G Carlisle the gont Ionian whom we hope to see him succeed Somk tricky politicians there may bo who will vote against Col j lation Man in our animalietic IBHBES HOTMHG BOf MIES civilization is counted as nothing his wealth only is looked at A A CURE and CERTAIN CURE Known for IS yonrs as tho BGST donkey or a mule loaded with gold REMEDY FOR PILES Â¬ LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY will always attract more consider IlptrfJ HIUnitllMIN nYIIIIUhli r STLUflS iMMHaMiMnMnawjHMaHHnHai ation from the vulgar than the UazklGhkkn Kv Mnv 10 189 greatest genius in the world if des WWI B LOGAN To tho Tnde of Eastern Kentucky Contiguous to Hazel Green wealth Worship of wealth tituteof We have this day completed arrangements with the unfortunately is the growing tend Â¬ is and Bookseller above named linn and will namlle their goods in large quanBefore the on y of our country Wholesale Boots and Shoes GREEN HUFFAKER CO -- WIMllKSTKIt KV war blood and not money held the tities We especially invite an inspection hv the merchants Mull onli rs pruinptly iitunilid to anil as we are highest rank Tho late war de prepared to duplicate any and all prices epioted in patronage is U smil fall when in sroyod the old American aristoc Â¬ yourcilv tin ii4iin Louisville Cincinnati or Knoxville Merchants can buy racy and replaced it by a new mush Â¬ these goods almost at their doors and large freight bills room aristocracv of wealth bv We are prepared at any and all times to furnish these goods sharpers the nuwl of them fam Â¬ in any and every quality size and price All we ask is a ished foreigners who have emigra Â¬ ted to America a buzzard flying trial Respectfully ef t ward Oiirinu Selected Tho Sclioiil resumes Mirk on Dili Â¬ sne HazeiGreGnRGaaemy Breckinridge for the United States son itorship but all good men and true will bo for him Watch the voting and see how far we miss the mark You will note that wueomo ol se to the bulls eye No man in Kentucky can wear so worthily the manly gown cast aside by that manly niun John li Car- - Tho highest salarv paid bv the United Slates isoKX received by tho president the first class for eign missions are worth fhlHM justices of the supreme court r ceive 10000 and cabinet olliceis and the vice president f SXX each Only a fow of the department ofli cials receive as high as 11000 a vear Spencer Cooper editor of that pretty and newsy paper the Hazki CiiiKKN UKitAin wants to be master commissioner of Vof county His honor Judge Bcdwinc cannot find a more competent man for tho position Heros imping to you Bro Cooper Owingsville Opinion Now is a good time to subscribe Represented by ED UKEEN JAY-EYE-S-EE J Ja CO Qy Green Kv Hazel mm i y January 2 1893 - -- I nary Jtril Our ilopiirtiuiMils nn all rouiplete Our IViiiIuts CnuiM is llif lnit In Kant fin Kentucky Our lltisiutss tntirM i the hrs In he roiiiul nntsiile nl regular lnisines mlieer anil the nite nt initinn arc iiineh less only - per inuiith anil yon ean take any uiher von may ilesire without extrn eoxt rt ml Hoanllu al the Aeaileiuy llmiie J per week Many iifv pupil will enroll then niul tlnit is the hrst tinif tn filter its th- tlailv scImmIiiIc will In clianjiiil Iln not wiit until tin In ginning nf the thinl ti rni Inn- - izafA fjn ii u oSovt Wk 1 l CASK Hlekory Grovo Farm home iM hyesSee itaelnu Alter tryluB rvory known reinwty 1NVKMiy a lurte Biiut h -romovitl twi yMM stanUlnir Irom a yeur olU tUly 5 orJay three appltuatlonn of Z QUINMS OINTMENT Tuition lesson per iiionlh Musio iiistruuieutil 2 0e oenb -- ie it A ItUlhohest prisoUorheflrd I or I heurtlt preparation hu to all Uorsoinon reionunenil It t Z llllllllinuiiiiuiiiimunniiiinm Jive ns WM H CORD Prinolpnl 1 1 TIIK IKK A LI is only a your and At this ofllC ar seoonl cli s rites ilu time to Milwribc Trv it wivi money in ij nnt l -- Anv ai il FIRST CLASS JOB PRINTING curvity cull u you wmit wo luivi ilono irinting ami workfor in tlnlMst f tfn IlfESJER Sfllre HRfi r COOPER - mil - rt vi v l J ffia UATKH Clroult Court Notes ULWh lrniHl Jury A IV U Lanbrum IUIUI mV i Iho farm Unit Tbxnn McGuiro livos un nonrthis pluco j Editor t iwiiMiiuil luniPH I IUIUI 17IKKU David Pryse of Heattyvillc was TntirvA KJJIi EVOLUTIONS 17 ANOTHER A BIG GUT P DutV Wni Dunn jlreulc Lit-TitAXHirvr tie Ira Drake ami Preston KlkiiiH IllMlted i r IcsS tbllll fl 11 nrlUlMIICIltS lrVi nlll life 75 cents itu Inch lor tin tlmt Pot it Jury M F Brown H C vnli Hllll lirtioil uiul- - utiitx it 8TA7li APVKItTISKMIXTM Hi Inchi - tniilllH 1- AlViitTISIN5 II bpnneor BC Tutt TBrnr41 Riient ili t nsoruiui fc 7 r0 id v ft Il to James Spencer Josejh Catron T A iMiinuur f villi i VWUJin 4 Inches Inches 15 M 3 6 L Ilonaker Tylor Tolson Com vs Columbus Wright s m judgment JfoO and costs io ito ust Her oMr Com vs Same c w Judgment i finks LUUN namo on thin paper and if 25 and 10 days llillFou aro bohindtin call and Com vs Gubo Khun bribery amount Jmltiinont 10 and disfranchised renew or aond Othor- Hw mail at onub Com vsWHWilson s Judg Â¬ your nniiw will bo cut ment 20 and cost and bond for- Â¬ Uliwiso Wo imiHt have money ftholiHt feited Com vs Campton Row b p Alftx Lacy of Lacy crook wo aro Judgment 5 and cost glad to noto in improving Com vs Marion Faulkner c w Judgment 25 and 10 days Jodsoy is attending Hon D S Com vs Rubin Smith b p court at Campton this vr ok Judgment 2 and cost w Join vs Grant If you aro bilious call at this Judgment 25 and 10Gontry c days oflicoand got a froo mimplo of Dr Com vs Morgan Prollitt c v Whitehalls anti bilious pills Judgment 25 and 10 days jjorn To the wife of William In the past fow yoars Hoods Shoomakor at Sanfioldon tho 15th Sarsaparilla Calendor Mas become inst a girl weight IS pounds such a favorite that the people an Â¬ Dr Taulboo reports t ho birth of ticipate its annual appearance with The Calender for M u girl baby to the wife of Johnnie pleasure is now before us will fully Brooks on January loth Nannie which satisfy every expectation as to the Greon beauty ami utility it is a little Mrs John Brewer who has been larger than ever before and bears quito ill for Home time is now re- Â¬ a heaujiful picture of the Young ported as in the last stages of con Discoverers with a pad below in 6umption plain figures all printed in har Â¬ monious ami pleasing colors To Do you sutler with rheumatism be appreciated it must be seen If so call at this ollice and get a Get a copy of yourdruggist or send free wimple of DrWhitohallH rheu Â¬ tf 0 cents in stamps to C L Hood it matic euro Co Lowoll Mass Inches inches IS 75 21 00 25 01 Hrown Sylvostor Norman J T Cuddy J D Bryant U W Perrv Kelly Fulks K AJdrcsB SItiNiKK coorKit Hnel Green Ky Rose Hp Dennis Jon T M L and L 1 Jsr 1 Ezkl Morgan county Jan Thero will be two total eclipses this yenr One of tho sun April lOtliJ not visible in tho United States tho other of tho republican party March 4th visible to a largo portion of the world The peoples party poor little thing never shinod enough for an eclipse to atVect it It haB boon floating about in snace trvinir to act the satellite but could never get enough attrac- Â¬ tion to caiiBO it to revolve The school taught at this place Bnl left of E it W Collars CurryVj Prico by W II Debusk closed last Wed Â¬ Mens White Unlaundriod Shirts nesday with a splendid entertain Â¬ u u ii ii Laundriod ment at night News items aro scarce perhaps Childrens Shirs Waists i frozo up so wo may expect an over Mons Night Shirts ii Mens Youman Stiff Hats production when a thaw comes i B P Kash whose sickness wo Mons Fur Hats it mentioned recently is improving Mons Soft Hats nicelv Mons Crusher Hats Born On the 7th to the wife of BuliT Lee Carr twin boys Mons Capo Overcoats Investigation showed that tho Leo City letter promised publica- Â¬ MonH All Wool Chinchilla OAercouls tion was only a riddle Monrf All Wool Kersoy Ovorcoats Roys OvorcoatH 5 0 7 and 10 yiH old STATE NEWS Mens Fine Suits A colored pharmacist has regist- Â¬ Mens Fine Suits ered in Daviess county Our Molls Fine Shoos Kx Gov LioutGov Hindman is an applicant lor pciiMon agent at Louisville i wr mm PHSt Â¬ D I have a few goods left from B C Currys stock which I purchased from the Assignee PRICES ARE NO OBJECT 25 75 Our Prico u it 7 49 75 L25 85 it ii ii L25 u it it 500 200 150 75 n u u ii ii ii 08 05 275 125 98 48 1500 Our Prico 850 050 1000 1250 Cut in Two 050 ii 750 1500 it 150 300 tt 1500 2500 1500 it t LV telephone line have realized a dividend of per cent reported from Danville on aceouit of the hCore weather A Paintsville stockholders in the 500 300 250 850 395 195 125 ii The loss of hundreds of lambs is W thrown from a horse and died of liis injuries at Ilopkinsville Monday duced in congress a bill for the relief of It Barron of Glasgow was Representative Stone has intro Â¬ S This grand sale will last until eveav dollars worth is sold Come early before the rush You will make big money by buying now figr VIC Willie Swsingo Henry Pieratt Dora the little David Roo ami Ilenrv Vilson all and Mrs V T have stock at the ML Sterling mar j senous condition lrom a swollen ket this week arm Sometime ago sue Imrncu ner Mason Cope deputy sheriff of litth linger contracted cold in the Strong place and now it is thought pye- Â¬ Broathitt county and A ILer arm is swollen wore guests of the Day House Wed Â¬ mia has set up out of all proportion and she suf Â¬ nesday night fers much but everything is being Dr John Taulbeo was called to clone to alleviate the pain that can Campton Tuesday night but wheth Â¬ be suggested and she is resting er on professional or political bus- Â¬ easier iness wo are not informed Wo are informed that Spencer Ghkkn Circuit court opened at Campton Cooper editor of the Hazkl master for Monday with Judge D B Redwine Hbham is a candidate of Wolfe county We on thebench and commonwealths commissioner if he attorney A II Howard at his post hope ho will get tho place wants it We are not personally Henry Pieratt jind Trading Dave acquainted with him but we know Koso fed thoir cattle on the square from his course in the last cam Â¬ at ML Sterling Monday and came paign that he is a good democrat near having to pay for the privi and we believe he will do his duty ligo Iowry of haves county Hon W M Beckner is a candi Â¬ daughter of Mr the legislature from Clark enmity Swango is in a date forbe when the time comes or will rested at Picnton for the murder of Joseph Jreer who lived near Calvert City Several persons have been ar Â¬ Sam P Hutchings a tramp ce Â¬ White Front next door to Clark County Hank WINCHESTER 1 LEADING Mi j i I tW k m m BLOOFsELD GL0THER KY A1 fMrftft ment peddler died of alcoholism in the Lexington station house on Monday man were burned to death Monday while alone in their mothers cabin at Cadiz have stood all tests satisfactorily and the town is calling for lower insurance rates The thermometer showed 14 do grees below zero at La irange Sunday nnd for thirty hours stood at three degrees below The two children of Nannie Hill The Nicholasvillo AJlJryy----n JL 11 i - - J shKiwrfTmXlmirminrr2fr Aim m1 iiH im i in hi i i r PM t JTSJjLS U jT tw W ZSfs v-MSJf r n Wl- - iic ii mi a water works AT THK i -- II Â¬ M No 12 W Short St n 4 1 rr J ti - ri I h - 1 f a ri jaa J 1 bylJ I JUL J II HA id I a I 4 V m WmM S I nr Aj VJyKy Lexington j m K K Stevenson and his law partner hinies S Kwing of hloouiingtou Ills were in Louisville A vico-prosidont-elect fl K llcKiilur iMoals 25 Cent xr Monday P faithfully Mountain Sentinel was called in charged with embezzlement the Shelby circuit court and passed to the May term Tho case of Theodore Schwartz N from i Im Oysters a M to vi v Ldi mF niniinr frnm 10 a Hrcnkfnst from 6 JIhiIh to Order at All Houre A v m m Slimier from f I M to 9 C Fl- - CliiekeiiH ami Quails u specialty Open g UUS uiuhki rroijnuwi f Mrs Jane Stamper of I 4 I county lied January 10th residence on the Bearwallow Mor Â¬ low prices lie is selling goods at GooWard tho Clay county negro Wells town marshal at gan county astonishingly low prices und if who killed Jeois having his third trial for Junction Citv you want bargains now is the time the crime this week at Danville At the recent election of oflicers to get them Kead his advertise Â¬ Some Stanford and Danville peo Â¬ for the Clay City bank our fellow ment and note the prices and vou ple are agitating a scheme for a railroad to townsman Floyd Day was will always thank us for calling join those two towns us a relic from freight president which is quite a vour attention to it exactions in times of coal famine compliment indeed The Tennessee river is frozen NEWS OF NEIGHBOR COUNTIES over at radiicah and skater are crossing George Wilson who lived about and recrossing the first time anything of the kind has ccured in fifteen years M UKI KNS SA VINOS five miles below town on Bed riv r in the Spradling neighborhood Owsley county magistrates have St Hklkns Lee county Jan 15Â¬ allow die selioorsnperinteiidsnt WOO as died on the 12th inst Wo are not adjourned last Thurs- salary i r the year IKH which is said to be informed as to his age but he was Circuit court ollicial in day The grand jury returned sixty the largest salary ever paid to an hoyond middle life county that five indictments Dillard Gabbard Tho steamer Mississippie the in state A looker on at Campton during was sentenced to two years llag shipof the Mississippie river improve the first part of the week informs prison for the killing of Stevo inent company was burned to the waters She belonged to the govern some time ago Four in- Â¬ edge Monda Us that several cases wore disposed Moore for murder mout ami was viuiieii at imiuw ef during Monday and Tuesday and dictments were made The Hickman Couriorsays Tho that the business of tho court was and three tried and convicted people of Kentucky adopted the new con Quite a number of guests partook stitiitioii Ijv lWWH majority A vote today expediously conducted of an elegant dinnor at the home would reject a call Cora constitutional con Misses Lulu Kash and Lenna of Mr and Mrs F G McGinns at veiition by an equal majority Combs arrived at home on Tues Â¬ this place McGuiru of Jos Raleigh a Breathitt county Hon day after a protruded visit to Irvine was among the guests pres- Â¬ brute who shot and killed a fourteen year old girl has been caught and taken to Win hickson St Helens and other ent It was tho birthday of the chester for safe keeping There seems to pojnts since their return from the hosts mother Mrs Kvolino Mc- Â¬ be a line opening for u hanging at Jackson bridal tour to Virginia The churches at Vorsaills on Guiro She was 7S years old on Sunday each timk up n collection for the day poor nnd quite a sum was realized with John H Pieratt reports the ML that John Stanifordwho was stabbed which fond fuel and raiment were provided Sterling market as good bad and needv Oilier this place by for the deserving did likewise towns we UKlilloroiiL Good stock was m sometime ago near arc glad to know Wednosday diMimnd at good prices indilVerenf Rufas Hill died last In the Crittenden county district grand jury found an tock was in indilVerent demand nMit Tho th contest for place in the next legislature in tho first is S 0 Nuiin and IS C Ste in full swing nd bad stock had no demand to indictmont of murder Hill is yet at largo phciiH aru ciimiKiaies lor uie seuuii mhu j degree peak of limine with numerous W Skelton rum Lula Kash and Lena others feelingfor the around Among the attornevs in attend Combs of Hazel Green spent last The Lancaster Record I lomestead ice ut tho Campton circuit court Sundav in our nudsten rouiono me suggests that the turkey business in Central WtV nntuiul ivloiwlixl Visit to JllCK son Kentucky is big enough to rcpav closer at J B e tint folLm itur m h ihhu u to lirccdliig lor weigiu fj hi jo Irvine Judge B K Day ioM1inf Hurst of 11 tendon II Il mill iiiimiiIIiIInIumI ill It Sterling Thomas Cope and is visiting her sistor Mrs this line a Hock uftM head raised in Ander s ed daughter Those of our citizens who visit the late Joseph Amyx of this Winchester should not fail to call a father Hen Wells at Snivel Switch Marion county because the old man would not give at her upon Vic Bloomfield the loader of him adrink of whisky Geo Wells shot and killed his A VALUABLE FARM GOOD PAY FOR GOOD WORK FOR SALE of the owner oiler for sal o nt private eontniet u valuable farm in Morgan county Ky containing As nfiit 1 For Ladies or Gentlemen 108 ACKKS MOKK i OK Lkss of Hazel i Tills farm is loeatetl Jrcen on tin- - road leailinj from ItutlisiiK m Liberty anil is only one cluircli to Ad- iVom tin cluircli linililini ioiniiiL tbe place is the publiu hoIiooI build liiu for the district There is a fl room dwelling on the place In gooil repair ami a Lood barn HOx 10 feet Sixty acres of the land is cleared and thn rciniiliidci covered with a virgin forest of Oak Iinc Poplar etc There ihahplcndid well or water and a fine youiiS orchard of 50 beariim apple treen on the place cash 011 1 l will buy the place and 00 inyearn two tp mid balance in one with eoual notesat i per cent well Heeurcd miles cant 5 to 500 Cash According to results accomplished in addition to a liberal commission of twenty per cent Also iic et GUESS PREMIUMS FOR SUBSCRIBERS VJ ror further particularx address Hazel ircen Ky dSOtf or Uncertainties Every thing Fair Honor able Plain and Positive No Im possibilities Sco programmo in tho Â¬ JB tW pnowji Ih jniLl go Â¬ running coiiHtautly ami doing the bent o work at the lowcnt prices Weekly Eoouirer of our Fourth Annual Contest among Agcnta for largest clubs Special accoiiimodatloiiB for eiistomeni from u dlslaiicc Without detriment to our home trude i Agency for tho Weekly Enquiukh is a profitable businew It is t j We do not make them nnd have no demand tho best school in tho world to prepare for them In our trade one for a business contact with the MILL GO THE HAYTOWH public a steppiug stone to business W W MAKKKIt Malinger Jel7tf qualillcation and future prosperity No Bids Offered for Bad Rolls 1 99r An Fasppie I Dressmaking Wo want good Agents to solicit for Tho inducements are fiuhticriptioug 111 Judgelbmis Frenehburg MOliinen fh Hazel Green Vf I W iLitfiv mil 1 AI if B McGuiro has purchased - Siliifaetloii guaranteed and price Htyle pounds gross rcammiiblc AImi icach the art of cutting son county that weighed 411 ndmUugbychar A yearling gobbler tlppud the beam at 57 lbs grots and II net am now prepared to tut lit nnd make drcuseH and other garments in the laiput I extra good ENQUIRER COMPANY f SiStnAV CJNOINVATIO 1 MMlMMMMMMWamMMMHMtMMIIMMMMMNr1 JJazcl Green Herald V J IIAZtSI- v HlENOBU COOPfilt PuulUhor - ailEKN NATURAL to Mi J I KV CI IN MANNER come to scenes of royalty nul wealth What porter nt tho mansions gate has not lot in champing and lathered steed A For jiSlx Months Sho Guardod tho bring ovll dispatch On what tesselated hall has thero not stood tho solemn Gfoboln blcr Under what exquisite fresco has thero not been enncted u tragedy of dis Â¬ On tlm Mntm Putt tho Mm or tlm Inthfir- - aster What curtained couch hath lflnt Strll tho Lofty ni Well i heard no cry of pain Wltat harp hath KIZPAirS VIGIL S I h Lowly True Potlloiieni Alwuyn IN ii MUM 1 IViv ttH ttf Otlinr Jm Itcffttril Illr iiiiIih iilitn--i- i In Kvi 1 smiiion rylluy itnil manner are not precise meet the grain It is individuality It Is tliu outshining of the soul Man ners are acquired by association by contact by slow decrees through sev eral generations and by laborious ef fort lino upon lino precept upon pre We observe a cept In each generation similarity in the manner and In the manner of certain families Some time servants take on a likonoss of inn iiunrtn those with whom they live as children do personality being always a force and carrying with it impressive iipsh of some sort Moth children and servant require molding training in manners while manner comes to them as it were without their knowledge Oe asioiially one mcetsa gentv bred iilih rly person who has not adopted cer Â¬ tain forms and modes which are at present in vogue and who Innocently falls to meet the requirements of food form -- a thing to bo regretted because the greater should everywhere include the leas and a well bred mauuershould presuppose perfect manners At all times the requirements of politeness are founded upon good sense upon kind ness of heart upon due regard for the rights of others The rude the brusque the abrupt trample on the sensibilities of their friends as well as Invade pro- Â¬ priety sometimes defending thorn solves as natural and declaring that they abhor affectation and adore sincerity They appear not to recognize tho fallacy in this A ii at urn manner should of all manners in the world be sincere Sincerity dnes not Imply brutality Affectation is less heinous an offense than cruelty and cruelty exists wherever one person needlessly wounds another Gentle manners do much to oil the machinery of lifo at homo and in the community It costs lit tlo effort to say I thank you and If you please to acknowledge every kindness as a favor worth appreciation but were it otherwise effort in this direction would be well repntd Especially In our inter course with children or with tho aged with those who are in any way at a disadvantage as compared with ourselves should we tie careful to exercise a cor Â¬ dial politeness If this be the manner of our outlook oil the world it will in ilu nee our manners to all whom we In Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lcuiymoiis One tuny posses- - ooro is nlt fin mnuucrsuud In conjunction wit If havo a nmnnor which antagonises the very people whom tin ctlHinitt nm tutors uro Intended to A boorish person niny by dint pJfUMi of careful imitation acquire u veneer of Oflfirtosy pood so fur tiH It goes but whop all In wild only veneer not the solid polhh benring wood A person ignorant of social usages und tin sit II led In tho conventionalities of tin period ntny bo distinguished by u manner essentially charm Inj Manner Is what we are so to th-sp- speak Â¬ Harpers Haznr MONSTER PREHISTORIC TIDES Hr Tho lliitiilreil Ilinet ui UIkIi n ill the IroHOil Time At present the moon is MOOOO miles away from our globe but there was a tiino when it was only one sixth part of say about that distance away--o- r fl miles away That time must of a Iteeoasity have corresponded to some great terrestrial geological epoch prob ably It was at tho time when thoeooon -- Â¬ lived At tho present time the average height of tho tides the world over is only about three feet In the faraway time alluded to when the moon was only 10000 miles away they were Jill limns as high as at present or IMS feet in height Such a tide as that would wash Stv Louis otf the face of the earth throw a Hood of sea water stxtyono feet high on tho Chi Â¬ cago waterworks towor and drown out almost every plaeof importance in tho fniUid States Three quarter tide would leave but a few of the tallest chimneys and spires In St Louis above water and a full tide would run well up Into the pineries of Canada Hut ibis would only last for a fow hours at a time in loss than five hours tho whole of this vast fiood would have re Â¬ treated yot only would it leavo Missouri and nil of tho remainder of the Inlted States high and dry but would probably drain tho gulf of Mexico and leave a gravel anil shell paved path from the mouth of tho Mississippi to Cuoa and A few dry hours would hininiea pus tmd then the whole land would diritln be inundated only to be soon Â¬ These mighty tides tiro the gifts whiuli modern astronomers havo made to the working machinery of tho geologist Who can doubt that thev constituted a terrltlc power while aiding in the work St Louis Republic of stratification oheek Ill havo to put a runner t your Yes said the proceedings It will slrM ropUol the son genially havo to havo three figures to It though Washing ton Slur -- nlnuidonod -- A Great Discovery vomer Htntuo Say you must tinkyouvo iter Statue illsroTPrcd perpetual motion -- Puck Policomnn to Cur- Move on now Tho subject of Dr Trlmnges sermon Sunday was Jllpah on tho rock tho text selected being IT Snmuel xx 10 Apd lilzpah tho daughter of Alah took sackcloth and spread It for her upon Hi to rock from tho beginning of tho harvest until water dropped upon thotnoutof heaven and suffered neither tho birds of tho air to rest upon them by day nor tho beasts of tho field by night Tragedy that boats anything Shake Â¬ spearian or Victor Ilugoiau After re- Â¬ turning from tho Holy Land I brielly touched upon It but I must lutvo a whole sermon for that scene Tho explosion and Hash of gunpow Â¬ der havo driven nearly all tho beasts and birds of prey from thoso regions and now tho shriek of tho locomotive whistle which is daily heard at Jerusa Â¬ lem will for many miles around clear Palcstlno of cruel olaw and beak Hut in tho time of tho text thoso regions wore populous with multitudes of jack lis and lions Seven sons of Saul had been crucified on a hill lUzpah was mother to two and relativo to five of tho boys Whnt had those boys dono that they should be crucified Nothing except to have a bad father and grandfather Hut now that tho boys were dead why not take them No They down from tho gibbets arc sentenced to hang there So 111 pah takes the sackcloth a rough shawl with which in mourning for her dead rdio had wrapped herself and spreadu that sackcloth upon tho rocks neir tho gibbet and acts the part of a sentinel watching and defending the dead Yet ever other sentinel is relieved and after being on guard for a few hours some one else takes his place Hut llizpah is on guard both day and night and for half a 3car Ono hundred and eighty days and nights of obse- Â¬ quies What nerves sho must havo had to stand that Ah do you not know that a mother can stand anything Oh if she might bo allowed to hollow a place in the tide of tho hill and lay tho bodies of her children to quiet rest If in some cavern of the mountains she might find for them Christian sepulture Oh If she might take them from the gibbet of disgrace and carry them still further away from tho haunts of men and then lie beside them in the Exhausted nature last long sleep Hut ever and anon falls Into slumber lit n moment sho bralcer the snare and chides herself as though she had been cruel and leaps up on tho rook shouting at wild beast glaring from tho thicket and at vulturous brood wheeling in the sky Tho thrilling story of Kipah reaches David and ho comes forth to Tho corpses had hide tho indecency boon chained to the trees Tho chains are unlocked with horrid clank and the skeletons aro let down All the seven are buried Ami tho story ends I hit it harlly ends before you cry out What u hard thing that those seven boys should suffer for tho crimes of a father and grandfather Yes Hut it is always so Let every ono who tbes wrong know that he wars not only as in this case against two generations children and grandchildren but against all the generations of coming time That is what makes dissipation and un olcanliuoss so awful in- other times 11 reverberates It may skip ono generation but it is apt to eouio up in the third generation as is suggested in the ten commandments ini- Â¬ Visiting tho which say of the father upon the quities children unto the third and fourth Mind you it says nothing generation about tho second generation but men tions tho third ami tho fourth you what for accounts That pa good see very sometimes children rents with very bad in far enough back In tho ancestral line and you find the source of all tho Visiting tho iniquities of turpitude the fathers upon the children unto tho If when third and fourth generation Saul died tho consequences of his iniquity could havo died with him it would not have been so bad Alas nol Look up the hill a few miles out from Jerusalem and seo tho ghastly bur Â¬ dens of thoso seven gibbets and Uipnh wasted wan and the watching them Ho to day through tho wards und alms houses anil tho reform Â¬ atory Institutions where unfortunate will find children are kept and that nine out of ton had drunken or vicious parents Yea day by day on tho streets of our cities you find men and women wrecked of evil parentage They are moral corpses Llko tho sev- Â¬ en sons of Stitil though dead ut burled Alas for Kipah who not for six months but for years and years has watched them She can not keep tho vultures and jackals off Furthermore this strange incident In Blblo story shows that attractiveness jf person and elevation of position aro no bcourlty against trouble Who is this Itizpah sitting In desola- Â¬ tion Ono of Sauls fnvorltcs Her pcronni attractions had won his heart Sho had bcon caressed of fortune With a mothers prldosho looked on her Hut tho seono princely children Heboid her in banishment changes llizpah on tho roclc und bereavement Somo of the worst distresses havo I Â¬ Â¬ never trilled with sorrow What lordly nature hath never leaned ngnlnst carved pillar and made utterance of woe Oall is not less bitter when qttntfed from a golden ehallco than when taken from a powtor mug Sorrow Is often attended by running footmen and laeejL lackeys mounted behind Jueen Anno Uoleyu Is desolato in tho palaco of Henry VIII Adolphus wept In German castles over the hypocrisy of friends Pedro I among Hrnidlian dia- Â¬ monds shivered with fear of massacre Stephen of Kngland sat on a rocking throne And every mnst of prido has bont in the storm and the highest mountains of honor and fame aro cov- Â¬ ered with perpetual snow Sickness will frost the rosiest cheek wrinkle tho smoothest brow and stiffen tho sprlght liest stop Klrpah quits tho courtly circle and sits on tho rock Perhaps jou look back upon scenes diffetent from those in which now from day to day you mingle You havo ex Â¬ changed the plenty and luxuriance of your fathers house for privation and trials known to tJod and your own heart Tho morning of lifo was Unshod with promise Troops of calamities since then have made desperate charge upon yon Darkness has come Sor- Â¬ rows havo swooped like carrion birds from the sky and barked llko jackals You stand amid from the thicket your slain nnguished and woe struck Uipuh on tho rock So it has been in all ages Vashti must doff tho spangled robes of the Persian court and go forth blasted from the palaco gate Hagnr exchanges oriental comfort for the wilderness of llcershebn Mary Queen of Scots must pass out from llattery and pom to suf- Â¬ fer ignominious death in tho castle of The wheel of fortune Fotheringay keeps turning and mansions ami huts exchange and ho who rode the chariot pushes the barrow and instead of the glare of festal lights is tho simmering of tho peat tire and in placo of Sauls palaoo is the rook tho cold rock the desolate rock Hut that is the placo to which God comes Jacob with his head on a stone saw the shining ladder Israel in tho desert beheld the marshaling of tho fiery baton John on barreu Pat mos heard trumpeting and the clap ping of wings and the stroke of Beraph ie fingers on golden harps and nothing but heavenly strength nerved llizpah for her appalling mission amid the scream of wild birds and tho stealthy tread of hungry monsters Tho grand Â¬ est visions of glory the most rapturous experiences of Christian love the great Â¬ est triumphs of grace have come to the tired and the hard pressed and the be Â¬ trayed and the crushed God stooping down from Heaven to comfort Uizpali on tho rock Again the tragedy of tho text dis Â¬ plays tho courage of women amid great emergencies What mother or sister or daughter would dare to go out to fight lii pah did tho cormorant and jackal it And so would you if an omorgeney demanded Woman is naturally timid and shrinks from exposure and depends upon stronger arms for tho achievement And sho is often of great enterprises troubled lest there might be occasions de Â¬ manding fortitude when she would fail Not so Some of those who are afraid to look out of doors after night fall and who quake in the darkness at tho least uncertain sound and turn pale in the thunder storm if tho day of trial camo would be heroic and invulnerable God has arranged it so that woman needs the trumpet of some great con test of principle or affection to arouse her slumbering courage Then sho will stand under tho cross lire of opposing hosts at Chalons to give w ino to tho wounded Then she w ill prison and dark lane tho carry Into Then she will message of salvation bravo the postilence Deborah goes out to sound terror into tho hearts of Sods enemies Abigail throws herself be Â¬ tween a raiding party of infuriated men and her husbands vineyards Uiz- Â¬ pali fights back tho vultures from tho Â¬ Â¬ ju walked out free and daughter During tho slogo of Sarugossa carried Augustlna refreshments gates Arriving to tho at the battery of Portlllo sho found that all tho garrison had been killed a match from u Sue matched dead nrtlllcryninu and fired oil u twouty stx pounder then leaped on It und vowed that sho would not leave it iillvo Tho soldiers looked In and saw her daring and rushed up and openod another tremondous tiro on tho enomy Tho lifo of James I of Scotland was Foots havo sung thoso threatened times and ablo pons hare lingered Among tho Orkney Islands an eaglo swooped and lifted a child to its eyrie With tho far up on tho mountainspring of a panther the mother mounts hill above hill crag above crag height above height tho fire of her own eyo outtlashlng the glare of the eagles and with unmalled hand stronger than the Iron beak and tho terrible claw sho hurled the wild bird down tho rocks In the French revolution Cazotto was brought out to bo executed when his daughter throw herset on tho body of Strike barbari- Â¬ her father and said ans You ean not reach my father through my heartl Tho crowd Unking arms father parted and - lit in no emotion so completely un selfish as maternal affection Conjugal love expects the return of many kind nesses and attentions Filinl love ex poets parental care or in holpod by tin memory of past watchfulness Hut th strength of a mothers love is entirely independent of the past and future nnd is of all emotions the purest Tho child has done nothing in the past to earn kindness and in tho future it may grow up to maltreat its parent but still from the mothers heart there goes forth in consumable affection Abuse can not offend it neglect can not chill it timo ean not efface it death can not destroy it For harsh words it lias gentle chilling for the blow it has beneficent iniu istry for neglect it lias increasing watchfulness It weeps at tho prison door over the incarcerated prodigal and pleads for pardon at the governors feet and is forced away by compas rock sionate friends from witnessing tho I saw one in a desolate home iler struggles of the gallows Other liglibi merciless companion had pawned even o out but this burns on with the childrens shoes for rum From omI extinguishment as in ivgloom stniclc honorable ancestry sho had come down nigntyou 11113 st a single star oaeol to this Tho cruse of oil was empty Gods pickets with gleaming bayonet and the last candle gone out Her of light guarding the outposts of faded frock was patched with frag Heaven The marchioness of Spandara ments of antique silk that she had when tho earthquake at Messina occurworn on the bright marriage day Con Â¬ red was carried out insensible from the fident in God she had a 3trong heart to falling houses On coming to her senses which her children ran when they trem- Â¬ she found that hor infnnt had not been bled at the staggering stop and quailed rescued She wont back and perished under a fathers curse Though tho in the ruins Illustration of 10000 heavens were filled with fierce winds mothers who in as many different ways and tho thickets gnashed with rage hare sucriiicd themselves for their chiKizpah watched faithfully day after ldren day and year after year and wolf and Tli colon J cormorant by her God strengthened arm Theology which may be defined as were hurled down the rock You pass day by day along streets the science which fronts of tho exwhere there are heroines greater than istence attributes and character of Joan of Arc Ppon that cellar floor God is an ennobling study But after there aro conflicts as fierce as Sedan ill it is not absolute truth but only and Heaven and hell minglo in the mans opinion of truth truth filtered tight Lifted in that garret thero are through the standpoint the disposition tribunals where more fortituto is de ind the culture of the theologian If manded than was exhibited by Lady wo open the Hible we find this satna law prevailing Johns idea of God is Jane Grey or Mary Queen of Scots Now ask if mere natural courage different from Peters nnd Pauls h can do so much what may we expect of lifferent from both Abraham had one women who havo gazed on the Great onoopuon and M 1113 Magdalene Iml How ean a thoologist s idea Sacrifice and who are urged forward mother by all tho voices of grace that sound if God which he forms from the strata from the Hible and all the notes if vic Â¬ f tho earth pictorial with proofs of wisdom and goodness tory that speak from the sky Many the power years ago the Forfarshire steamer f the Creator agree with the concep started from Hull bound for Dundee tion of a clodhopper with a mind like s After the vessel had boon out a little ten acre lot of fallow ground Certain while the winds began to rave and bil- Â¬ alient and fundamental characteristic f God are common to our conception lows rise until a temptcst was upon them The vessel leaked and the fires Hut our perception of tho heights and went out and though tho sails were depths of the Divine nature must neces hoisted fore and aft she went speeding surity be conditioned by the amount of toward the breakers She struck with God which we have ourselves absorbed Let us continue to study theology her bow foremost on the rock The vessel parted Amid the whirl- Â¬ but let us also cultivate a In comlng wind and the darkness all were lost but 111010813 Heresy is only snmclody elses nine These clung to the wreck on the ortnoito v W e may reasonably agree Pis time for beach Sleeping that night on Long to disagree in theology stone Lighthouso was a girl of gentlo the church to stop putting tho emphnsli spirit and comely eountenuuee As tho there and b gin tojilaco it us tho Hilda morning dawns I see that girl standing does upon conduct St Louis Kepub amid tho spray and tumult of contend- Â¬ lie ing elements looking through a glass roHiiiopolltitn Ainerleit upon the wreck and the nine wretched America is cosmopolitan lis a hissufferers She proposes to her father torical error to regard it as transto take boat rind put out across tho Wo nro rather wild sea to rescue them Tho father planted England transatlantic Hurope Asia and Africa says It can not bo done Inst look All tho tongues that Babel cleft out at the tumbling surf Hut she per- Â¬ human speech into jungle along our sisted and with her father bounds into We have tho strain of tin tho boat Though never accustomed to sidownlks wide world In our blood nml the tradiplying the oar sho takes ono and her father tho other Steady now Pull tions and customs of tho glbo In out minds nnd habits away Pull awnyl now are wo to unify this diversity Tho sen tossed up the boat as though Twoogreat truths will do It viz tin It were n bubble and amid tho foam and the wrath of tho sen tho wreck was Fatherhood of God and thoUrotherhood of reached the exhaused people picked up ngoMan If we have one common parcnt and aro bretJiren with a common and saved Humane societies tendered destiny thero is no room for dissension their thanks Wealth poured into tho We mnst eorno togethhip of the poor girl Visitors from all and dispersion er and keep together on this broad all lands came to look at hor sweet faceand iwhen soon after sho luunohod forth inclusive platform Diversity only the on a dark sea and death was tho oars- Â¬ llustrates and fructifies mich nnlty man dukes and duchesses and mighty unity not of likeness but of love and mon sat down in tears in Alnwick cas- good will St Louis Hepnbllc tle to think they might novcr again Rev John Murray the founder oi see thu face of Grace Darling by n No such deeds of daring will probably unlvorsallsm was onoo berated accept hw bo asked of you uut hear you not tho angry lady who did not patlontlji tenuhlngs lle listened to her howl of that awful storm of tronblo and when sho ouded said mildly and sin that has tossed 10000 shivered angry Madam hulks Into tho breakers Know you with mo it is not you thai nro but tho devil in you not that tho whole onrtli Ls struwn with tho shipwrecked According to the Now York ComThat thoro aro bo hoaled und broken hearts mercial Advertiser a Dahomey battw wounds to to bo bound and drowning souls to bo in which three hundred natives are rescued Some havo gone down and killed is not so fatal as n royal stomach you como too late but others nro ache which usually requires fivo hunclinging to the wreck nro shiver dred human sacrifices to euro tha pa1 hig with tho cold nro strangling Helonsd brethren let us gntinbUi in tha wave are crying to you for dollv Uaa as jray and work mora Â¬ upon tho story of many ondurnuces lint limv few to toll tho StorV of Catharine Douglas ono of tho queens maids who ran to bolt tho door but found that tho bar had been taken uway so as to faclllato tho entrance of the assassin Sho thrust Tho her arm into tho staple murderers rushing against it her nrm Yet how many havo was shattered since lived and died who never hoard the touching self sacrificing hrrole story of Catharine Douglas and her poor shattered arm You know how calmly Mine Uolaiul went to execution and how cheerfully Joannn of Naples walked to the castle of Muro and how fearlessly Mine Grlmnlda listened to her condemnation and how Charlotte Cordny smiled upon the frantic mob that pursued her to tho guillotine And there would be no end to the recital if I attempted to present nil tho histori- Â¬ cal incidents which show that womans courage will rouse itself for grout emer- Â¬ gency Hut 1 need not go bo far You havo known some ono who was considered a mere butterfly in society ITer hand had known no toll Her eye had wept no tear over misfortune Sho moved among obsequious admirers as careless as an insect in a Hold of blossoming financial buckwheat Pttt in ISO tempest struck the husbands estate Hufore he had timo to reef sail and make things snug the ship capsized and went down Kuemies cheered at wondered and misfortune tho what would become of tho butterfly Good men pitied and said she woulfl die Sho will not of a broken heart work say they and she is too proud to beg lut the prophecies have failed Disaster has transformed the shiilng sluggard into a practical worker Happy as a princess though compelled to hush her own child to sleep and spread her own table and answer the ringing of her own door bell Her arm had been muscled for the eonllict against misfortune hnnger and poverty and want and all the other jackals Kizpah scares from the ornnco out to day from tho light house When tho last ships timber shall havo been rent and tho last Lougstouo boacoa Will you not onr in hand pm needed more strength than to stand before open batteries or to walk In calmness the dock of a foundered shall havo boon thundered down in th hurricane and tio last tempest shall havo folded its wings and tho sea itself shall havo been licked up by tho tonguo of all consuming fire tho crowns of eternal reward shall bo kindling Into brighter glory on tho brow of the faith ful And Christ pointing to tho In ebrlato that you reformed and tho dying sinner whom you taught to pray and tho outcast whom you pointed to God for shelter will say You did it to them You did it to me Again tho scene of the text Impresses upon us tho strength of maternal at- Â¬ tachment Not many men would havo had courage or endurance for tho awful mission of Kizpalu To dnro tho rago of wild beasts and sit from May to Oc to her unsheltered and to watch tho corpses of unburlcd children wos a work that nothing but the maternal heart could havo accomplished It Â¬ steamer There Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ l Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ -- 5 0 IrTC ULTURAL HINTS tTQRED GKA1N INSECTS Hillt- or thu luniMtm jtlin StK mil limv to Dentroy Thoin KlIeMfi No 17 Mississippi iixpcrl 3 dtfittmi lIvch u lUtailid report on nnil destructive in JST lflost common - with more or lissjstiu liuUotin snvs A mom 4tli Swots injurious to jrniin is tlio Augoii- Stairmlii moth Fig 1 It nttucW Jjfofttatul corn principally Tho larva T IJPlll HI LOIUI uim uuwilt in length wliun one fourth of an inch fallgrown Iiu pupn u is ncurly one- - So StJiallsM the bin crib Jffrnbi Si nffoctlnfrremedialInim ustirosorwwoh biMi trloil phMo can bo placed In dishes In various elevated places Uisulplndc belug high ly explosive it is essontial that no matches lamps or ilro be around uutll the fumes pass away as they soon Ho In spring tho insects in tho empty or llltlltir ISJ yuuuiries siiouut UC Yin killed by means of the bisulphide or iviiusum iippueii with a Torce pump or vaturlng can which will decrease k vdamage tho following autumn ami win- t t f I1H v Hrtviiig rt Flngiiltlp B tii t1 viuugc timiti i armor THE ART OF FEEDING I iiii-umiti- -i is lBcctc is a small uiolh fdcorn awingÂ¬ variety ocirff show paler damage by larva ir labial palpus ing segment of pnpu of mnlo moth h until laid on tho stand Thocgpsarc cither grain in the Held or after it has i When depos been stored in the bin ited on corn they are generally placed Under tho thin membrane at tho base They are also laid in of the seed depressions in the seed grooves of jinly us a rale but sometimes in clust- Â¬ ers The number of annual genera tions vary according to temperature Jn warmv father it takes but a month The to pass from the egg to the moth insects reproduce so rapidly it takes but a short time to destroy grain when stored The nutritious portion of the teed is eaten and only the shell re Kig - represents an ear of mulns corn showing damage done by the Fig II is a Angonmois grain motli of the Angoumois moth parasite Â¬ Â¬ iPteronuilis tacks moth keeping parasite is a small with four transpwings The male a is shorter arent than the female is less Until one tenth b shows posterior leg of nn inch long IMg with dusky femora is the the and does immense The it in check Muck tly Hke insect geleehia larva of which this in at Â¬ good Â¬ A corn nis itcntenfniit which has been previous ly injured by other insects The larva e is sup beetle It gets Us tarpophilus pillipen name from the fact that Â¬ about one seventh of an inch long rv VII isza b fcyf i FIG 1 A3 PIC u J SEffib FlC 2 CIG1 1IIAIX INSIXTS STOKIM and is shaped anteiimu and light reddish brown wing cases which do not fully cover the ab domen This beetle is very common late in summer and autumn and espe- Â¬ cially attacks the ears of corn which have been previously injured It is most common in the Held but is also found in stored corn during winter So fur it has not proved very injurious as it generally feeds upon the dry decay Â¬ ing kernels at tho outer extremity of tlio ear Tho best remedy for grain in sects that has yet been discovered is Wsulnhide nf 1iirlmn Phis eiin be im plied several wuys and should be done Klien tho grain is put in the bins It can bo placed on top of the bin and be allowed to evaporate 5elng heavier than air it will go down through the fain Another method is to tie cotton n a stick of such length that it can bo Plunged into the middle of the bin four the bisulphide on the cotton and push it into thu grain Still another method Is by means of a long tube or piece of pipe in which is a tight fitting Push one end of the tube into tho center of the grain withdraw the rod pour the bisulphide down the tube after which tho tube may bo withdrawn f a tight fitting rod cannot be obtained a ping can bo put into one end M tho tube and after this end has been pushed into the grain the plug can J loosened with a rod or stick Tno bisulphide is then poured in Wore The object of getting it the center is to secure as eveu a dis wibutlon uh possible In whont oats shelled corn the Inst two methods Jd o treatment arp excellent as thu ball Of cotton containing tho charge of bl ulphidq or tho tubo can bo very rend- v near ol me gram f Corn1iuceushelledtlio contor Is best treat- not however t by putting tho bisulphide in nn open Bh or sprinkling it over tho top of tho eup Tim amount of bisulphide used iIH vary with tho tightness of bin As rulo ono ounco to ono hundred pounds 5prnlnls8uflletent Tho cost of thu Wsulphiilo when bought direct from manufacturer is ton cents per for Mty PouNd onns It can bo jotnlned at drug stores for from twen Â¬ twonty flvu cents per pound but tjMUhould bo kopton hand obtaining direct from thu manufacturer will bo iuch cheaper To destroy Insects in ill mills nutintitlos of tho biblll- The beetle b the same length a brownish black color club Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ cessful stories aro Just announced to appear ilAtitnxs are mado by a vcrv complicated in Thf riiiiuifiiti during ISU Hy sending 175 at once you will obtain machine They are used by a very compli- Â¬ the paper rum to January and for a full cated creatine too Souicrvlllo Journal year to January Address Tin Youths Companion Hoston Muss A Child Enjoy The pleasant flavor gentle action aud sooth FooTiuM players aro an oddlot As noon lajr clTect of Syrup of Figs when In need of as their favorite gaino begins thoy com deThe young animals lirst year is a laxutve and If tho lalhurm mother bo mence to kick voted mostly to growth of frame or cosllvoor bilious tho most gratifying ro bouo production tho foods for which sul Li follow its use so that li Is tlio best TiiaTiinoAT Ilroinin Itranehtat TroWicV remedy purpose should consist largely of lime tamlly havo a known and every family net directly on theorgansof the voteo They bottle should have an extraordinary eltectlu all disorders and especially of phosphates that asof the throat sist in uniting with the lime to form Know thysoir Is good advice but Always tucdlt a wlso man with what ho know about your neighbors Is the gen- Â¬ bone Of all foods grain is more dedoes not say and charge tho tools words eral pructceltains Horn ficient in lime than any other while up to him Oalvcfltou News clover is rich in that substance a fact A cuorriNO sea doesnt seem to mako which demonstrates that for the grow- Â¬ much iinprcssiouou tho sea board lioslou J S Paiucuu Frodonla NVsays Shall not call on vou for the 1H reward for I ing animals clover and other ha3s are Courier bolievo Halls Catarrh Curo will cure any the best foods that can be used and case or catarrh Was vory bad Wrltolilm Iluyliifr Cardit when fed in connection with bran the You can obtain a pack of best quality tor particulars Sold by Druggists 75c ytuuig stock will be fully supplied with playing cards Itv sending fifteen ceata iu Thr record breaker Isnt dishonest al all the essential elements for making postage to P S liUM iddoullQSb AgtC thouglfhu tries to beat his way through life Q H H Chicago 111 rapid growth as well as for providing li Kluiiru Ouzelto a proper degree of warmth bunco man is not fastidious Ho lives Clover hay is one of the most com- onThe simplest thic he eau llud Eluilra Is Vlano Ylano Is Chinese Glung Clang the Yankese plete foods that can be used It is not Uazcite as concentrated as grain but the stock ROOT AND J1HANC1 ExrioMoxs of Coughing are stopped by can continue a larger proportion of it Halos Honey of Ilorehoutid and Tar tho poison in your blood bowovor It may havo como or whatever shape It is also well supplied with the heat Pikes Toothache Drops Cure in one minute It may bo taking Is cleared away producing elements Where stock is by Dr Pierces Uoldou Medical Dis You cannot expect a man to keep nn un be kept over the winter intended to covery Its u remedy that rouses only such as steers no grain at all is moved lace when uu lots his countenance rail every organ Into healthful action necessary as hay with a varied diet oJ purities aud enriches the blood and Who surrnus with his liver constipation roots and fodder will bring all non through It cleanses nun invigorates poor blood or dizziness take tho whole system Salt rlipuui Tet- Â¬ producers out in good condition in the bilious Ills Pills Ol druggist 25 cents Hceehams ter Ucznma Erysipelas Uolls Car spring but when they are to be fatted huncles Enlarged Glands and tho the grain is a necessity if the work is is the early boy who catcluw tho worm It worst Scrofulous Sores nud swellto be done speedily as it does not pay in tho chestnut ings aro perfectly mid permanently to lengthen the time of fattening longer cured by it Tin health board a good tnblo than is possible to accomplish the de Unliko tho ordinary Spring med Â¬ No farmer can allord to sired object icines or sarsaparillas tho DImxiv Tin front feed by 11113 rule of allowance He hardest sinners of tho Horn seats aro tho cry works equally well at nil seasto hit Hams ons All tlio year round and in nil must know each animal and know just cases It is fiirntcvi as no other requires in order to have It Hums of a feather aro flocking together what it blood mcdlclno Is If It over falls the greatest service at the least on faBliiouablo hats -- Troy Prcon render to benefit or cure you havo your cost lceding is a line art though It money Iwck You pay only for tlio WitrN a man undertakes apieeoof tleb and true liMi business lie never Iccls liko laughing Is done indiscriminately yooil you got economy demands good judgment in Isnt It safe to say that no othor Somi men If they take one swallow will the selection of the proper foods and just oa blood purl Her can bo liisibt oa having a lark lioston loat the quantity to use Philadelphia good Record If it wero wouldnt It bo sold bo I It cant bo expected that ralti innkors can bo hail fellows SORTING POTATOES Â¬ Â¬ Tiuo Kconoiny llmuinil IuiIjiiihmiI In tin Select ion or rooiN A regular allowance of a certain number of quarts of irrain or u irlven portion f hay for each animal is a rule generally adopted tho custom be ing one that insures at least a fair proportion none beim slighted but to at tempt to feed economically by allowing tin equal quantity to each 11111111111 is Impossible Kootioiniual feeding is not that method which keeps the aminals on a minimum allowance nor docs It mean that the farmers should give his ani mals all that they can eat of grain and hay but that he should feed them ac cording to their necessities and with n view of deriving the most from them at tho least cost Karrow cows steers wethers and horses that are unemployed can sub sist on foods that would not be suitable for cows ewes and mares with colts All matured animals that are non producora are not required to do more than sup ply themselves with warmth and to re pair the wastes of the body There is no reason for giving them the samo kind and quantity of food that is al lowed the producers unless they are to be fatted for tho market in which ease they become producers of meat and even then they should have a special diet suitable for them only Young animals require food that pro moles growth and yet such fouls are more generally withheld than is some times known as they receive a share of grain larger than is really required Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tho old llagshlp which Nelson used In tho bnttlo of Trafalgar was bought by a dealer ntSwIncmucndc in Prussia who thought the best uso ho could mako of tho old hull was to havo It broken up and sold for firewood Tho Knglish were greatly provoked at this desecration of this wonderful rqlle of their former greatness and began col- Â¬ lecting money for tho repurchase of tho old vessel In order to havo it tukon back to Unglahd On being Informed of this schemo the Swiucmucude mer Â¬ chant had the demolition of tho vessel stopped except taking out ono more rotten plank Vhlch irlnco Henry of Prussian brother of Emperor William II and a great sailor ordered to be bought and sent to hltu as a keepsake Philadelphia Press The Dttluth and Superior Special full keeping with Its well known progressive policy tho North wester Lino Chlniso fl Nurtli Wostcrn Hallway has recently inaugurated thromih train service botw ecu tliioujjo and the Lake Superior re-gion This new tiaiu known as tho Iln- hitli nnil Superior tipociul and It leaves Uiicngodui yato it in arriving at Su- Â¬ perior atsiiO a in and Duhitli at boJ a in the- next day making tho journey in the ro tiiurUauly quick tiinu or llltecn hour Tlio tiiiin Is tunilo up of bngRiigu earn Blandard day conohes ami palace nutlet sleeping enra of the most modern and approved design and all classes of pasHcngets arc carried through without chuigo of cars Supper Ib Rcrvcd In dining car after departure from Chicago and hreakrimt Is served from a well stocked buffet boioreun Ivnl at Duluth To Insure yourself a quick and coiiirortublo Journey lie sure to ask for tickets via tho North Western Line Any ticket agent can furnish full laroritiutlon regarding this railway or It will be promptly luruUlicd upon application to W A Thrall General Paa acngcr aud Ticket Agent Chicago Tn Â¬ 11 1 - Mcs irv Kdttorsi Knowing how many ex ncctant Mothers In thu laud will appreciate tho Information and desiring to nuvo nil tho anguish and pain or tho trying hour 1 wish to glvo my oxnorlonco I iitui tier linltlixt nf MntllAt A FrlOIln with great roller stifTcrcd but llttlo pnln 1 and was not sick over twenty minutes old not experlenco that woakncua usual In BiiolioHACN and looked nud roltno well nrtor wardsthatmyfrleuilftWondeiodntUi as on previous oecnstotiR of thin kind 1 suffered greatly I ucd tho remedy on my broastsnnd did not havo the least trouble with thorn I passed through tho crisis wth bo llttlo trotiblo that own my physician was tiaum- - j lulled mid arterl told htm that It was tho1 result or tlio use of Mothers Frloiid ha nil- vised his daughter to uso tho romodynnd 1 nho eav slio cannot nraiso tt enough havo known many ladles to uso Mothers KrleiKl aud they all pronounce It a great blceMlug to expectant mother Mas Sam 1 with Vac Kiiamol wifl Pnlnts which stela tlio hands iiiinro wo ironnaiurnnH Tho KUlnuHiin Btovo lollsh U llrlUlAbtOilniv lew lurnliAiiil tho consumer pjs tor notla or Bla psCKARO nun orory purcnaw KXNItlN tvorrr Kuioku Springs Arlt i Hamilton from a sentimental young Indys loiter Last night 1 sat lit a gondola on VuiliCUa Illind Illtllll illlnklni- - It nil In nml life never scotned so full before Scraps KxTitACT Bile Bens Small nilloun cago IU Icalion AttacVu Ounrftntenl to earn for either St Paul Minneapolis Omaha or nud onntltittloii 40 hi Ciica Sioux Cltv via thu Chicago Milwaukee bottle lrleu JSc Fur aulo by drucRists St Paul Hallway an excellent supper will tlcttim 7 17 70 anil vmnplv too frt n be served In the Dining Car Yon 0111 lliou a flagrant cigar and swap lion enjoy J f SMITH A CO Prcprlttors NSW tUHK with your follow travelers In the smoking room or read a novel by tho llghl of lliu electric berth lamp aud then go to bed In a Rtcain heated apartment car with a sense or comfort and security that all travolcr In tho morning you aro at your doslro destination ready for breakfast aud busi- Â¬ ness Per lurthor parllculars address leo n Hcnirordliouoral Passenger Agout Chi- Â¬ AN CXCliailLO IT Yon Irnro Chlcngo nt 0 I M Â¬ calls lrtVO a snonlou nf Intn r IVrluipt that is why the roiirtm of truelovo iseooftoa arrested Texas Sitt ings A Mammoth Competition flr00 in prizes for the best nnvon storlei was what The Yvuths Cnmimnlim offered j Â¬ jy l ulPsjlough Syrup kXB Â¬ A tiiami is always willing to rocelvo n folHX lor the best Serials aud 1500 tor the No Icsh than UlWl beht Polk lore tales cold shoulder but he prefers a porterhouse storios competed lor these prizes Tho sue Ulughainlon Republican o t Tlin Qtnnrlnrrl A Choice Gift V V V V A Grand Family Educator A Library in Itself 0004 vt t fluHinrltv Â¬ Â¬ NKW FROM COVER TO COVER Fully Abroast of tho Tlruca V 4 bridRcd 4 expoiulud Ten years npent in rovlilnc iuu counro oiupioyuu over juuuuu p SOLD HY ALL llOOKSKLICnS Ruccosnor or tho authontio Unn Â¬ igemiil O To pot tny lrprlnH of olwoWn fjltlon Srml for ln n O Illf PAUriCtLAIts MEIUITAM CO IubllshftrB BY nmtptilili-oiiriliiiniiMii-illii- 4 Hprlngllold Maoa U S A J KILLED CRITICISM Â¬ Â¬ Mr Herve the French Com- Â¬ poser died from hostile criti- Â¬ He hud published a cism Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- correspondent of tho Practical A ruuiT jaii tho ono you get when you Farmer says this operation may be slip upon a banana aki- n- Jcsior a box 12 made easy by constructing A How to Olvlilo tho TuIiith III Tlirin Gruite Without Much Trouble Tin widow ia not always as mourn fill on she is dressed Danville Hrceza V9fTTlZVr J cyclone 1b one of t hose things that mako a man feel blow llingliamton Loader A OUGH CURrV MlLOrT CURE Guarantee work The pnpers reviewed it It made him so unfavorably angry that it brought on an at- Â¬ tack of asthma and killed him Asthma is a nervous disease No one knows much about it It kills some people and some people can have it and live to Rcids Ger- Â¬ a good old age man Cough and Kidney Cure will relieve most cases Ash your druggist for it He will ive it to you if you insist upon it Small bottles twenty live cents large size fifty cents SYLVAN REMEDY 2501mS Cure Consumption ConghsCronpNore Sold by all Dmcxliu on CO I1L Wnnted Throat Citcuuroi a young woman who can cook and dress tho Uuzoltu do Poor liltlu dears children Luusiuina Wr suppona sailor coiiich to bo a tar ns the rcult of tho pitch of his vosscl Ltinghumton Leader A AitvuiiTisKMnST f Peoria Where is He Going To the nearest drugstore for a bottle of Rheumatic a medicine that never fails to cure rheumatism Remedy It is taken Internally and does theworlc promptly without drulm the system with poisons This is not a new remedy that you need wait for your neighbor to try to see how it works as it lias been before the public eighteen years and cures when everything else falls GENERALS SHERMAN and LOGAN were Its out- Â¬ spoken friends and never failed to recommend During the past year the bottle has been enlarged to FOUR TIMES its original size and the remedy greatly improved so that we now offer you the best treatment for Rheumatism known to medical science The price is one dollar a bottle or six bottles for five dollars and is m sold by all reliable dealers In drugs OUR 40 page PAMPHLET SENT FREE BY MAIL very creditably olton expects tho Jtidgu to ucquii him oukeiH Statesman Tur man who has not acquitted himself Durangs feet long and t feet wide like tho Illuslooking at bin doctors CoNVurscENT tration with three partitions Tho back bill Cood gnioioiiBl luvo 1 hoau us sb k 4 feet high the pleco should be about iu all this doct rf 1 wonder Pin ollvcl Scraps next 3 feet and the next 1 feet high Nail pickets on for screens Put them Tut difference between tlio man who Is d horror rather close together on tho first In- Â¬ trausllx Oaowith rooted to and tlio leopards lit tho spot and thu tail is cline and further apart on tho second other Is spotted to thu root iu three grades Shovel This sorts them A ouuiors ilrcum tnnco about orgnn them 011 tho top or ltrst incline and poke them down and you have them grinding music is that tho more itn ground with the mune instrument thu loss line it sorted In three grades Â¬ Wt Tree n i w r Tit He to Your Horn a horso becomes frightened When demoralized or otherwise rattled about something ho encounters but does not understand a good way to quiet him down is simply to talk toliiui iu 11 quiettone of voice If a horfo gets frightejicd at something ho sees in tho road slop him at once and give him a formal introduction to it telling him in tho meantime how very foolish ho Is to lot nuchalittle thing disturb him Nothing can t worse than to whip n horse Philadelphia Tlmo A max nitty not be afraid of dangor bat ho looks down In tho mouth when hu pro pares to descend into a uiiuo becomes W ALWAYS THUS- DURANGS RHEUMATIC REMEDY CO A 1 V - only tiecaiiBO ho has soon or hoard sjomcthlng that ho is not familiar with thoroughly ac After ho onco got quainted with the objcot of his unoasl uus it will never frifflteu him triiln doesnt get when frightened becuusu ho wants to It is ho Is frightened Ho Pilot Knob Mo Mr Henry P Suffered Travers formerly of this place suf-LuJLXJ fcrcd with chronic YearG rjicumntism for 20 years and was treated at times by several doctors Q X l II VoraodlM KotitrrnffnoineeuvatnM Ul fonst nobaffocU8lrlctlrconflunntlaL teajcsMiU nbtt Ma4 fUMummm iHi i H CUMJae10 1316 L STREET WASHINGTON D O JfcTTftgRUtljMgVJ F ConaumfOvea itntl jiooplti wliobayn weak rttkHM IUU CAftMcTtfj iKiumi STQO RIfLESnCC WATCHES VMK BICYCLES Allkladjar Uiu cli- 10 Â¬ cured him No return of pain in 3 years G A Farrar ST JACOBS OXI4 No Roturn 3 Yoar FITS ClUnilllK wu HALT CIIKMCOt tf Ml lhllata ANK B Moriihlnn Habit Cnred Ih IB WHEN WKlTINa T oMrerf PU ttJuii mi j uu mvt lb tMte tint Briiiiii LtoM UU MyUU IKU Ytfllk HMf uu fw mU CUUull0 VVnVD Trial KotUe fr br mall Iuron nrllethHTirill AMtt 60 Mti UU HtfowrtiatxiutiiTuo ilp Btfert for ja ukfo - kuj M H B luneior Aitle H ni ihouldui lJo Cure for Conuraptlon It Iim cnr4 H ft h not Injur H hsHiRBd 1one ltUiiot totk Ulitli bMteoughiyrap H H la Hold crerrwhern J 1495 HVKKTWKKn AUi 1IXAHK m tU Waiting CLOCKS iiIIiii oiiiiiI mini for Htn WHOLES LE w ui huuimuiouur1 umuiii iiiiiinimi ship IlarkinH frionds say ho car- vo i lum riona rnhhitH foot which i an y Solid Sillrer 5f zt7 W of Iiih Girth your and you havo T ATTTJ VipIY Xr omhlom of good luck and if thoro AlD X MT STKILIXl KV Jii is anv virtuo in it backed with anothor IS finally count tho lot- Optical Goods strong recommendations ho wil be low in The red bandana wiiomsalk ikaikim in sure to jump into Jolly h hiiooh r 3CouHiiHiciit if produce and the Kor pain in tho chest there is piitroiume of Mountain Meioiant respectshortly after tho 1th of March fully solicited Jrl Uy Several admiring friends of Mr nothing better than a flannel cloth Cleveland during his visit to J log saturated with Chamberlains Pain Island sent tho president elect sev Halm and Itbound on over the stmt will produce a counter eral loft hind legs of rabbits killed of pain without blistering and WINCHESTER BANK in a gravevard in the dark of tho jrritiilion disagreeable as mustard Thinl Cure nuil Union St moon and we all know the presiCINCINNATI O wiNcnivnu ky l easily eiirneil bx anv one of cltlu r m x In any in llltl it UMllHCII SU HriOI to anv 1rm1r ulnL Wc rarrv llic limuIs tlmt will iiii vnnr wllllnsr to work liulu jmri of tlie coitiitrv who f ts trlon lv tit the unipioMiittit wlikli f fiiriihli X II UTIllKliSInoV President trade iind our prices are Till IOWKST mil luck in bagging ducks There Vnw im iniil lilitWc pica ant and ou ran m It P lirXTKIi Ciii liier Tlit- labor ijt ton oat cxitipU tc whatever thut rll can are several other gentlemen jn lining quality If used m tjne Special attention to mail order you a dial without i xpciKt tthu the pneumonia oOc ovol l Kiovcl who have their weather to oiirelf Kor tlioe Miltliipto do a lltth wurk CnpitaT 0000000 tlil Is the criiiulet oiler nwult oa can work Iaid u alo by Roao iV Jones on something among them Tliosl ultkH all ia or In the etenlai onb If oa arc rm Surplus i0000l plot ell ami Inn e a few paie hours at jour ill C Kifzpatrick Jleis said to bean The convention in Joorgia of This In ii tc solicili the aeeomits of mer jioiI ttMliic tliein ami add to vour Income--onpplieant fortho colleetorship in lwiirwA tMWlgtHl i different ro at ail Von will fliiitiK farmer- traders and lnisiness men be aumxfd onwill iurtiuteileie rapdlitv and ea at the the a lo liwl mi ii iw wuiuu i - and madoacroditahlo ropronontn4 tivo WullorS IlarkinH of Flovd county has run tin hi flag to tho broozo informing tho domocrats in that Koction of tho county that Mr CMovoland nood not hunt farther to f i mi iilmil Minuuiniv TTit v iiiimii wan in congroHS s vornl ymrs ago uimiIiI J HvpruHontutivo Jo KomliiUVi ilin- Irlct luiR flovornl proniinoiit domo- uriilH who uro irroominir thoniHolvvs fortho unnointmont Tiirhliiiiit to Htrike thorn Oho of thorn is J Ion ThomiiB Tumor of Mt Sterling Ho would liko to go to Moxico to Hiiucocd MiniHtor Kvan Mr Tur- noriH Huid to hnvo considorahlo hacking and his friondrt claim ho fr Lightning to Strike ninbi lfV t i A Thlrtoon Colncldonco Thoro tiro n luro nnitiLor of noo- ploin tliia fount ry who holiv thut Clovoluntl would Iitivo boon oleetoci four you r nuo but forth c K V fnet that ho was yokr d with the old Hum Komnn Allon 0 Thtirinnn winm sot of pooplo thoy uren littlo A nlso b Miporotitiotw of courso liuvo that Tlitirtnitn might Inn o VlilUwi JgV7v V PLEAHNT hoon oIuuUhI hut for ono thing tho thirteen oiirwo Iiiih follow od him D8BS 7 Allon through lifo Jiook at this Tliiirinitn born Nov 115 LSI J Wa HHgBvJglgKtf Nominatod Juno 7 Klfctinn day THE NEXT MORNINGoftI FEEL BRIGHT AND M NEW AND MY COMPLEXION IS BETTEM ov o fillno run nam ana i Ho wan born iov lo 181J tho words Allon G rl hurman contain w Iottors tho words and Hgun s LAME VmhMltolTkJU AlldruircltUollltttftndtlcnReckjo If HI Horn NOV li lblo Contain Toil mniiDtcil ltKn1 ywuraiUtrvM fur irua mttnplp i m iiim in a Mnti tamur Jtruinn itmvr the nwrlrrli it - iiii riii iti iirafrini Uf fatllUlfll a Jno and thoM of ovomhorand - omatou iirAiiiiTiniiMiitvrMKrr Million H t jjr PEDER SSA nA UlmiaA iUi niwu ivmw G poViAc 157 i -- - HACK STKIilT MNVINNATI 9 P m OHIO rAFflEOJIIEIHll KipApMiniifictiirlRe Jjwalirl fiimMI vliEvlr V SIIAVVIS H0fl- IIIAVKKTS SlS- IKXIlKKS mill nil Ulmln of miiuII TjB ware Mini other pood in otion nun Kifiil dilnj Ooods Line I NPKItWKAK 1Y ilOVLS - p3 Fhitciufc Co New York tM Church Street Special attention to mull unlcr V6 SOT II A i KM HkxSi yyi 135 E MAIN SHEET 1 Cuilom Hsuti Squari A LEXINGTON XT I I I r T I R l I MR L F 1 oRGS lUU5 WATCHES DIAMONDS i i 1111 C Iff S4ft tnoiiamr illUlJJ 011A fA HniCWQ 1 Dry Goods notions c Â¬ ONE DOLLAR I EVERY HOUR 1 ha-luc- s- 1 rilnniu ylll llulv i 1 ur -s that district and there is njthov nrofor tube called negroe telling but that ho has already no0iom nmu for that might stolen a march on some ol the more in or volloW nor iailvs hose are only for tjint is a active applicants hnn of riHcui0 jt W ash cor ti few ol the many irilM1i llwi o crM ii oil u ii mwu tutu imim in mm c i Courier Journal indicates a race pride that will tend toward their elevation Tho success of Chamberlains Cough Remedy inolTootinga speedy If there is any justice in the euro for colds croup and whooping complaints from the east that cough has brought it into great those who have charge of tho space demand Messrs Pontius iv Son in tho Columbian exposition are of Cameron Ohio say that it has distributing in the interest of Chi- Â¬ gainod a reputation second to none cago exhibitors the matter should It Cold CoogliiSoroThrot ProupInfluen in that vicinity las M Queen of be promptly exposed Jive us some la Curs Whoojiin Coupli Dronchltij ul Athma A certain cure for Consumption in first ttjgcs and Va says it is the best figures Simple Jonston Ujo at in assertions wont a oure relief thoidvancea Btaira altrr talcingonr You will teo th rxeellent eiTcct hoover used P lOones druggist do Cincinnati Fold by dealers everywharo LarLJ first ilcoTribune bottle 60 centi and 5100 Winona Miss says Chamlmr lains Cough Remedy is perfectly A test of tho constitutionality reliable J have always warranted of tho election law is threatened aosns qiAMiTT nKSTIXQlMIJTt it and it never failed to give the It is claimed that the samo hold most perfect satisfaction f0 ing applies to tho election law that bottles for sale bv Rose iv Jones does to thtf Worlds fair bill If true there will ho almost no end Education In Eastorn Kontuoky Â¬ to the will be Prof R N Roark a well known duced confusion that Outlook proOwingsville Kentucky educator is said to havo CREAM expressed his belief that in a few Megrimiue the only permanent years ICastorn Kentuckv will lo cure lor all tonus ol headache and nioro nearly abreast of the times nmiralgia relieves the pain in from i on pos in iiiu uiiuaii m Hiiu aiHHi uian llio fi t H m im hw KmFOR YEARS hluegrass region riupti stionahly itive tinraittiK nt Tun IIkkaid of Mas tod all Worm Rcmcdios good schools aro multiplying iii lico or son postpaid ly liiuil upon EVtRT BOnLE GUflRANTEFD that part of tho state withencour- - riHtipt of prion fiO routs n Uox SOIiD i iVKKYwirrm aging rapidity In some counties I itpjrflbj ltllIUItUMT4TIIll iitl co arLoits IWWIIII whoro tho outlook was least prom Kisn tt tho dignity of tho orra ising a few years ago thoro are now sion gontlonion of tho loislatun olHciont and devoted men at t ho Appropriato 100000 fortho pur XT iMATlMN 1 Willi head of tho county schools ami pososof tho Konturkv oxhihit at heginingtol Miirauo CMiarity rovors a inulti their faithful work is D H CARPENTER toll At llink HOIl I fiinl ii ion umi tudo of sins and tho annronriation w t vv WHDLKSMK DlvY UHIXS ono oimwo otnor plums aro schools will do tlio samo tor you Xow NOTIDNt5 lUJOTrf HOKSr of higher grado academies port lournal fetily CATlKnSlintl KY which aro tho rallying points fori n ono S is a S educational forces The scarcity nowsjiapor of touchers is a great dillioulty in jlirectory and every business man Chamborlain o Eyo and Skin t ho town should havo an advur- tho way When the ooinnotont Ointment A cortaln euro for ChronioSoro Eyo sohooliuasttir goes abroad with his tisemonj in his local paper even i lamn of loarninir lie is linninnlv it contains only his name address Totter Salt lthcum Scald Head Old influenced by considerations ofiau occupation Let the people Chronic Sores Fovcr Soros Eczomn nnrsonnl eoinVm l fi mL-- iiiiriniiil know that vou aro doinir lmsiness Itch Tralrio Scratches Soro Ninnies -It is cooling and soothing Holds rather than the fields that C U loms to iiMiinptuin Hundreds of cases havo bcoa cured by Ur mnv ho moat in neod of illumina- It aftor all otnor lrnlniftnf-- liml fnllrwl l uon mino oonuiuons 01 nietn 10 IKiiiim MiiliiMi Iimw Im nuiirli i IttoputuplnSSandOOoontLoxo onwaverage mountain school district aro not auraolivo to tlio host teach- It is asserted that waterproof ors but tho way has been blazed sheets of paper gummed and hv CHAS UlTILVNAX nnd bettor things aro coming to jdraulically compressed make a pass ai an encouraging rate hji material as durable as leather for Practical Boo Itei progress Courier Journal thosolcs of shoos It also makes HAZKL GilKKN KY serviceable horse shoes Specinl nttenlion to ItepniiinL mid satis In buying a oouuh medicinoi fuel ion Kiinrnnteeil Shop at old uniinlns for ohildron says 11 A Walker Lanes Modioino moves the bow stiinil on the hill near the Herald otlire a prominont druggist of Ogtlen els each daw In order to be heal- novor bo afraid to nuy tliy tins is necessary Utah Chamberlains Coiurh Rometlw Sl Thoro is no danger from it and re- IMtACTUAI lief is always miro to follow Lf Blacksmiths and Wagonmakers particularly recommend Chamber t lams bocnuse I have fmuwl HAZKL JHKKN KY u i bo safo and reliable It is intended Antl u w wol rttnln ltlHokMnlthitt or nil kinds Kolieiled hihI work iiromjMlv done We mnke hiecinhv ospooially for colds croup andjnTICT ol Y U K nil huililln l horiie wnjjons ami RUtiruntie whooping oough 50 bottles for U I I N W work eilo by Roo A Jones XOTHKAII who are Indelited to the dkiiu in Hiiet campaign I is conducting - i r ftssinS aiopt0i nKlution that generally tliroiiKhoiit luistern Kentucky In wliloli oii aimiss dollar upon lillardaviuutil are land ollirs i customers everv facility nnM iliv oat I veil from the the most liberal terms within the limits ol tlrt hour Auv ouecau run the Ihijiih s mine fall Vou fhiiuld trv iiothinp l e until urn ev legitimate ImnUin oelllv for voiirclf what vou can do at the IIii Iiicm - 1 I 4 1 Traders Deposit Bank MT STEHLIMJ ICY 110000 whli Ii we oiler No capital rl ked Women a rand worker noivada the make as much as men Thev hould trv this Iiiisus a It no Well adapted to them Write at Otireaad ee tor your elf Addios I IIAIlrTT V C llov N80 Portluml Me Capital J M 200001 8pkpips U IHfiSTAFF Piesident I KIRKPATIilCK Vice President W THOMSON Cashier WGBKly IIKNK Courier- WATTKIMON Mm Killliu- - - Weropectfnlly solicit tlie liusiiiesx of nier chants larmcrs traders and Itiisiness men Kenenilly throughout Kastern Kentucky A ireneral limikim hin iness done Jive Us a chance to send von a bank hook nay your checks and loan von money when in need V TitoMisov Caih Best Democratic Paper Published ONLY 100 A VKAK Mest Condensed New Itest Stories Itest Mij eelliiny I S I J DRY mVUFKLDKlI WITH HAS THK CO it Klvi s uwiiv ii Hest Hest liildrens Department UeM AiiMiers to Correv Hest Kilitoriitls Woinensliije Â¬ M ROBINSON Importer ami Johliers of ponilents Ieiutnient rit-i-lv-- WHITES 20 Simple eomes uf the Weekly laj rm thi lnimfi iliii M iilimll- pi iiiiiniii every Conru-r-l-Miiiiiil GOODS AND NOTIONS will lie rite to nt Cue to mix address Ky VERRMF Ii 0 Xos ir17 iW and 511 COURIER JOURNAL 00 Louisville -- - r Wct Aliiiti Street LOriSVUhK KY Do i j Hazel Green Herald AMI Business With a Home institution THK CLAY CITY The WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL will lie sent one I Capital TIOMl National banK nAYTlY KY jear to any addtess fur Addn ss If SlrNCKIt COUIKK Hazel tireen Ky iieiiiinniiMliite X Isusliier No Munk in istern Kentmkv litis ln tur viuiIin mn Letter Ineilitie fur keepiiitrMnir Mnn uml entirelv livlmtm- peuile neeoiint who kno mi uml ulmiue itlw i iviuh - IreiiKit IY IlANK P KISSIII Scicntifio American Agency for fnm ii imi ibIiIik full 0Monev to loan on n H von on reuoiiiilili mii v T UV 1 PHILLIPS i - i- - i- - I - fh i I if- JJ II lUL - Irpn IXUKK JOltltlKS lV WTII Of V HH UU CAVEATS IKHUC MAKM DttSICM PATENTS COPVRIQI4TS tol FQrnJCrmatnn nnd froo llnnrtboolc writo to MUNN - sw 2m9 rj A CO h m 7 tiMoat bureau for eocurliur pntentji In America Kvory iMjfmt tnkoti im Is linnurht txfori ttio publlo 7 a uqilcoontbr f rc0 ol clntrso lu ttm utTCU Mil HllOAUtVAY NKW YOlllC mmu i Agricultural Implements OLIYKK CIIILLKD PLOWS MALTA PLOWS COOKS MILLS KVAP- uit AiUlUMllUlPION KKAlTdtS Hardwaro worlO mn IircMt circulation of anr nelentlflo paper In th SplemtlUlr Intelligent yoarj AJ itliiWKKS AOMi ruuuauKiu 301 Uroauwar Nov York Cltr lllutratod No ahouM bo without It NVceklr SaOO a 160 bIx month AilJreos aipNN A CO ri DOOKS AND SASH A 8PKCIALTY 110 ami 112 treonSTitiKT I RONTON O IIAH1UWACC STODDAKU AND ROSE DeBUSK J H PIERATT KY STGhmfS -- Livery Feed and Sale Stable HAZEL GREEN flon PJMNTINU estiihlishment U nof tprepitretl to eeeute ortler- for nil kindi Uof piiiitinu sueh hh Catuloj ues MlnuteVi flletterheatU Votehrad1 Sale llill NCMnls Kte xfWln n vou wnitt print Is JitiK tryTitK llKKvin itiul save nionerjf - Miu naLui uiuuii iiuiaiuj UQ70 Y Proon UmWi Ta7i 5 I j b b t Rose N Jones Â¬ Tho Indian Worlds fair com- missionorfl will ask tho logifdaturoj for an additional appropriation of 135000 Tho original approprm Hon was 75000 but tho commie- Hionnra find tliRt iif their stato i in ii i proiwny roprosonwu it win oo lKHieoanry to go uoyouu mis iiuui I SPECTACLES DIAMONDS iM irm or either of tut for work must eiune mill ettle nid eusli or sit tlMiut or v terins will he ilemniiileil inr nil worn dour nerea er TliankltiK von for ant patronage and mJ llriliiiR a coiitimiRiii0 of the Minte we niv I tsSSks lernii rIlll iiUiii I11 Crl hle i IIAZII IKiKN KY Hore - Are the ouly tlrm in the town which han tor hire Parties eonvexel lo aiiY jioint on renoi dle the jiutly eelehrated hlR- ittTDouhle and Sinijle nnil Saddle o I j JEWELRY OTATnTTTCCl NoRTH STRKCTi reieefully XA 1 HSK A Dk11USK SoiIK ft Tui r Lhul fVKKVIT Boots and C J ot t Shoes of trout the wholesale Imuse A FLOYD IIYUD Gmilnn Kv DAY uoirsK IIaRI tint Hm IOU iiAUkP P Tracy POKTSMorni iml the LKXINGTON -- KY ATTOUNKY-AT-LA- Y Hajtf and eeteat U a home with M Th Ro cHwUr a lamp with the light of the morning RocheMer UwpCoNewVork CJetwrk Ahstraets of title fnritUhed collee rhe lu Ht oeullNt in tlio Slate is with tioitH made mid prompt return trunrunUcil rntMinRhle Sample room attached nl aiv hist liuuiv mtd lirieen on evcrythitiK the Connected with the law linn of Wood A Dav lotvext Call tm hint when In Ietlnj ton Ml SterlltiK Ky in civil practice respectmil solicited ailv rT returnMieilaiid thetahleisatnll tliiikiii plied uiil the hen tnarket Kat DAY Proprietress rWlu n you has tcti reeently refitted and Kvi them - eitll - fllsi1 v Vv omo Co w IM IIIW footvrrtr tiolly cvlelrutel nX3 iil i2 c 7 Thf jntlv lVrrvlrtl u aIJl lu K w Jt fK apol