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V - 4 I SPENCER COOPER Owner and Editor Hazel Green Herald Of a NolBy World With News From All Nations LumbVlng at His Biok tl00 a YEAR Always In Aetvam 1 v fl EIGHTH YEAH HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 3 A 1803 NUMBEH 46 GOOD ROADS and Pertinont Sug Â¬ gestions on the Sutueot PICTURE OF MCRKARY CRADDOCK AND HAYES I f I r r I FEDER the Louisville Critic Together Through the Bluegrass Tho following kodak picture Colonel Craddock indulges in tho Tho Frankfort Capital Bays tho of lho Jlon Jamos B McCronry following rominisconco of discussion as to tho host means for which nppoarod in tho Louisvillo Hayes in a lato issue of tho securing good roads in this stato Critic somo timo ngo is roprintod should not bo pormittod to ceaso by Dan E OSullivan as a cam Â¬ Tho lato ox President Hayes until somo plan is maturod which paign document in bohnlf of bin visited Lexington to attond tho promisos to obtain tho doHirod re- Â¬ friond Judge Lindsay funeral of Colonol W C Ooodloo sult Many of our country exchang Â¬ A pon and ink sketch of Jim As ho was leaving thoro wo wero es aro earnestly considering tho McCroary is of necessity a failure introduced to him with the usual tho subject notably tho Bardwoll Portraits of McCroary should bo joko on ii0 as ono who had fought Slur from which papor wo copy dono in oil Ho ib as unctiouH to withDaniol Boonoand could point tho following article commonding I ho oyo as a woll groomed deacon out to him all ho wanted to know it as a most excollent text upon and as smooth to tho touch as vel- Â¬ Bryant Station and other histori Â¬ which to continuo tho discussion vet Ho sheds enmity as a duck cal points This kept him inter- Â¬ Tho Star hns u plan does water His warm passionate viewing us in reply to our attempts ono it suggested moro than twelvo questioning hand is as oleaginous to interview him months ago Tho paper thon camo as that of a maker of perfumed He said in speaking of tho very out boldly on a plan and from soaps His tongue is coated with unfortunate occurrence that had time to timo over since this plan J lis great round sweet ointment brought him to Kontucky that ho has been lain beforo tho roadors It appealing eyes seem to swim in deeply regretted it as ho was is true wo havo nover undertaken bowls of dolicous pinguid Every attached to both men I havo to formuluto the wholo routino word seems to have been dipped in shown my respect for Col Goodloo work of putting our plan into oper- Â¬ J lis bones whom I greatly admired by com- Â¬ ation somo sebaceous iluid This of courso would havo do not grato when he walks Tho ing to his funeral Col Swopo T to bo arranged by tho legislatun joints are fed with liniment He selected for collector from a list and will be of considerable impor- glides through the streets as noise Â¬ of candidates as I was greatly im Â¬ tanee but if the pooplo will riso less as though ho traveled on oiled pressed in his favor and ho has in their dignity and power as they roller skatos over plato glass Thoro had my endorsement us my model will in tho near future and domain is a lubricity a slipporiness an collector tho necessary Jegislation to put oiliness an unettiosity about Jim In passing in view of Mr Clays this plan inloofVeeh itwill bo dono McCreary that shames to silenco monument and seeing tho spot at Our idea as stated many Union tho hardness of a word dropped Bryan s where tho Inline groat before is for tho county to issuo from a careless or an envious pen statesman mado his lir t stump bonds to draw not moro than si Ho is the politician par excel Â¬ speach which was in favor of per cent and to bo sold at not less a emancipation lence a manipulator of nion ho wondered if tho than faco value tho bonds to run diplomat whoso placid surface re- Â¬ young lawyor in airy castlo building for sevoral yuars t lie county to havo flects only the rudeness of those ever thought of tho groat monu Â¬ the rigid of issuing thoso bonds who dare to question his sincerity ment and fame that would outlive from time to time as tho procooda Born with a golden spoon in his him aro needed to nut all tho county mouth he has beaten it into a ladle Wo said Bishop Kavanaugh in roads in good condition Thoro from which ho has poured a hos- Â¬ passing hero answered that query should bo some limit aa to tho pitality as bounteous as it is stud by saying Mr Clay sot his mark aggrogato a mount of bonds a county iod There is no honor that his high from tho start Soon the is allowed to issue but tho amount not measured and train passed in view of the native should bo ample for nil practical ambition has that his purse has not counted the home in Bourbon of Governor Cor- - purposes Tho roads need money cost of Encompassed in egotism win unios groat orator aim wit and a great deal of it spoilt upon as Uie mummies of old wore wrap- Â¬ and wo told of Rev Dr Durbin them and after thoy aro oncq put ped in imperishablo cloths he being also a nativo of our soil He in propor order tho oxponso of You then could claim tho kooping thorn so will bo compara Â¬ stands serene smiling confident said dofying tho ravages of time and two greatest of orators originated tively light Of courso all this moans an out Â¬ ever and anon renewing his politi- Â¬ hore cal life with an olixir whoso goldon On arriving at Paris ho causod lay of a groat deal of 11101103 but it fountain works more wonders than us to toll of Paris having during must bo romomborod that tho ben Â¬ tho senility of Brown Soquard over the war a senator in oach congress efits will bo moro than compara Â¬ droamod of Davis and Simms our Congress Â¬ tively groat All wo got costs us man Clay ason in each army Sen Â¬ money but tho necossarios of lifo INDIANS TURBULENT ator Davis a stepson in each army must come and thoro is no uso to to count cost and lamontovor Tho Navajoes Reported To Bo Pro our oldest lawyer Hanson a broth stop or killed or wounded in each army tho diet ales of naturo Whon a paring To Go on tho Warpath man is hungry ho must havo some- Â¬ Advices recoived by T J Mat Proposed R R Conotruotlon thing to eat whon ho iacold ho thows of Colorado City from his Tho Railway Gazotto in its issuo must bo made warm ovenj though -partner T E Lacone of Cortoz 0 has this to say it proven tH him from evor accumu- Â¬ Colo stato that tho Navajo In- Â¬ of January -railroad construction in Ken Â¬ lating another dollar As food and dians in that vicinity are arrang- Â¬ about clothing are to an individual so ing for war Tho Indians claim tucky in Kentucky only 121 miles aro good roads to an ontiro county the Carizo moutains as a part of but contracts Thoy aro an absolute noeossit3 their reservation although recont aro contemplated let and work is Tho times and conveniences of must be simple when it is not simple it is havo alroady been tho government surveys locate the line not cood Sirnflle Beautiful Good these being dono on about that much people demand thorn and tho roads Rich further up tho San Juan words mean much but to see The Rochester Â¬ gold fields abound in tho moun- Â¬ more Tho extension of tho Rich must come cost or no cost Noto will impress the truth more forcibly All metal poonlo tains which have been known to mond Nicholasville Irvine and tho groat losses having sustain in tough and seamless and made in three pieces only Boattyvillo from Irvine to Boatty this county by no roads Lacone and others for some time it is absolutely safe and unbreakable Like Aladdins ville is promised This is a distance and you will readily see that good The Indians have moldod golden of old it is indeed a wonderful lamp for its mar- Â¬ five miles Tho grading roads would prove profitable at of bullets and exhibited them but wasthirty velous licht is purer and brighter than gas light dono before the road almost any cost they vow the death of any white wont partly softer than electric light and more cheerful than cither Tho man who supposos that tho into the hands of a recoiver miners who invado their reserva- Â¬ Toole for thU stninp Thk Kociihrtkr IfUielnmpilcnkrhnsnt Oie cnnin when it was suspended but arrange Bystom of road building advocated nntl the style you want semi to us for our new tlluxtrntcl catnloRiir Rochester Sinco tho survey was mndo inml we will send ou n lamp wifely by extm ss our choice of over UOUO tion Â¬ irom me iMttn iMmpzwte in me tvotm minors havostak monttf aro now boing mndo to con by tho Star is not gaining ground varieties cny Lacone and othor now camped up Â¬ tinue the work Tho Altamont and rapidly is badly off Pooplo aro UOCIIKSTim LAMP CO 42 Park Place New Vortt od claims and aro will bo extended from boglning to fall in line and tho They aro preparod to Manchester on them oast of Manchester nine plan or somo other good ono will dofond thoir rights Moanwhilo the Altamont teen miles That extension partly bo adopted Indians havo rotired to their reser- Â¬ graded Seven miles of thoOwons A Most Happy Solcntion vation and an uprising is feared boro Falls of Rough and Groon FLOYD DAY J TAYLOR DAY which howovor may not occur till Tho solcction of Mr Carlisle for Rough creok and in tho spring Tho campiB thirty river betweenis now nearly com- Â¬ secretary of tho treasury meols Adams fork with soniothing moro than approv- Â¬ pleted CO miles from Cortoz Ev Tho Kentucky Midlands talkod al in Washington Domocrats Hko Do You Want a Publio Ofilco it bocauso thoy regard Mr Carlisle Thorn aro 180000 offices within of oxtension from Frankfort along as tho domoorat host flttod to rop Wholesale nml Ketuil Dealers in tho gift of tho now administration the Kontucky river to a connection roBont tho convictions of tho party and now is tho timo tor tlioso sock- Â¬ with tho Louisvillo Southern a and to guide it safol3r in tho work ing publio employment to tako distnnco of ten milos is also men- Â¬ of fiscal reform Republicans like proper steps to securo one of those tioned as among tho prospects it bocauso thoy regard itaa a pledge lucrativo positions All who aro This would give Frankfort anothor of safo conservatism Sound money J VJ HAZEL JRKICN KY interested should at onco send for lino to Louisvillo This road hns men liko it bocauso Mr Carlisle has a cony of tho Unired States Blue also surveyed fifty miles from Paris noyor boon bitton by any horwjy of fedoral into Morgan county passing thro cheap 11101103 while tho froo coin Largest Stock and Lowest Prices Book It is a registsr of all in oach Owingsvillo oflices and employments ago mon regard his selection as in Ken- Â¬ stato and territory tho District of of any house in Eastern oi what is lost by indicating on tho part of tho Tho knowledge and abroad with their tucky Live Stock Saw Logs Columbia emoluments and duties tho nogloct of 6ur wagonways is prosidont oloct a purpose to deal salaries eij School Claims and Country Pro Â¬ shows who is oli jiblo for appoint- Â¬ daily oxtonding and with its spread fairly and conservatively with vor and not to Hreat any phase of is cortain to como more and duce taken in exclmngo for ment questions asked at examina Â¬ pressing domnnd ufor action moro tho coinago question that may N that goods or on notes and accounts tions how to make an application shall romovo what is not moroly a ariso in a moroly doctrinaire spirit and how to push it to huccobs and hindranoo to progress but a blot In briof tho soloction wems to bo gives besides a vast amount of im- Â¬ upon our national character rogardod by all claso of mtn in portant and VHluablo information Hnrpors Wookly 0 mgroHS as conspicuously the rolativo to government positions that could Jiavo tywm mauf ami a Hand Â¬ - CINCINNATI O never before published Lanes Medicine moves tho Iww Jono which promise an able broad 113 4c 115 W Third somely bound in cloth Price 75 ols each day In order to lo heal- - minded and moat auooejMf til admin- cents post paid Address Jt 11 thy tins is nccary jstration Now York World Soulo pub Box dSt Wellington Tak Thk Hkkalp ayoar 100 Now is a good time to ubcrilK D C VRINKLEV ent As Penciled by Dan E OSullIvan In Interview Eaon Other as They Ride Some Practical -- T THIS SPACE Stf IS EBSEEVBD FOB L G LEADING CLOTHIE Opposite Phoenix Hotel LEXINGTON KY - r Seeing is Believing I -- i4Aj The Rochester J T DAI k rairnercnanaise VlEiE SILBERBERG Strt F CO lt c- - ftprstitd by M I V ssnCS tiacJfe i - ikimmtim -- MV feJ to I 7 L THE OLDEST OF TRADES tworhoavy loaded uars and jpmly six M4ituructur or lUlutH for Ju m or Viirloa brakes on tno truinF j f Slcon Kid Vallojo and his partner doubled r 8PENGEU COOPEU Publlabor Thero are In all twenty three different on tho brakes on tho tie cars and the 11 rat thing they did was to break two kinds of Hint made but it requires somo HAZEL GREEN KY t i chains That left us only four brakes Ingenuity to stretch them out so far For instance to mako up the list you not enough to stop us We shot by Hanniugs station nt tha have gray muskots and black muskets rate of sixty miles an hour tho ilro where dllTorenco Is not at all in thoÂ¬ Hying from the- driving wheels and tho workmanship but In tho alleged qualtender brakes Just burning up The ity of thu Hint Sotting aside minor driving boxes wore hot and that stuck kinds tho main elasses of Hint aro for tlio wedges so that tho engine rode the common gun the pocket and horso llko an old oart going over cobble pistols tho musket rifle and carbine From tho narrow point of his Hake b tones It shpok the oil cans off tho shelf to thu workman chips a diminutive Hint for a pocket so many LyyiuiN uio en- - the deck and jarred out tho cab lights of these aro pistol though not required as of a turgor slzo Tho coal was all shaken forward from thu tender it was pouring out of tho for horse pistols Hut tho Hints most off duty tlio gangway and was a foot deep on tha in request are the neat and well shaped force of litiblt deck ones uied for rifles and the biggest tukos tliein to Looking bauk wo could see tho of all ivru required for carbines uL J tn0 rou U ties working otr the flat cars nlilowise Thero is also a continuous though and they every not demand very considerable Ffll Iiouhoa group other struck the ground eudwlsethe air for strikc-a-llghpsT when minute and went olT in meant for the use of of thorn ih cm llko ti skv rocket and then off down travelers and sportsmen who have had looted t h o r o into tho oanyoa experience of damp imitchos As each Tho engines were heating all over of these has its own shape and size rn Urn titling dories are sure to follow I htive lis- and the Habblt metal was living from which must bo accurately reproduced the back ends of the main rods I was it will be seen that the kuapper at the tened for hours to good yurns thero Onu day in tho Sun Francisco round afraid my ongiuo would tear herself to anvil has a task demanding both skill houso of tho Southern luelllo company pieces everything was shrieking and and judgment Yet Its execution has become so much a habit with him mention was inado of ti recent acoldont groaning so Wo went past Cabazou station at that ho talks and chips away as if which had boon caused by tho bronlc lnjf apart or a freight train Thlsborveil the rate of hovonty livo miles an hour by instinct At every sharp pop down ih u reminder to tho engineer from The grade from Cabazon for six or drops a gun Hint which he takes in Arizona Talcing a neat on the side rod seven miles is easier and then there his hand and lets tho hammer play comes a short curve close in by tlio round till tho sharp edges are blunted of a locomotive ho began I think tho liveliest ride and tho Hide of the mountain It is way up on and the size made exactly what Is re- Â¬ quired The speed at which he works worst Hcaro I ever had was while was one side and way down on the other Hilly and his llreman were down or may be Inferred from the fact that each running out of bos Angeles to Yuma In tho upring of SO Tho company was tho tender steps holding on for dear man calculates to turn out on an aver Â¬ building tho road neross Arizona then life waiting for the crash on tho age three thousand a day In time of and we were hauling material to the curve I knew tho chances were pressure a knappcr lies been known mighty slim for those two ten wheelers by commencing very early in the morn Â¬ front Wu left Los Angeles one afternoon to go around that curve The speed ing and working to a late hour at night Hut that Is with twenty six earn and a caboose began to reduce some but wo were to make nine thousand Wu wunt out a double header with still Hying deemed an extraordinary and prodigious My ilreuiau crawled over to me and days work two ton whoelengines I was running yelled Let s wet the rail Its our only 113 In advance aad Hilly Stewartson Tho employers as well as tho men with the 1U3 was coupled in behind ino chance for that curve reckon that taking all the year round nodded to him and we started Next to the engines were home long Eaeli had attached to a third of that number represents the both injectors bridge tlmbern extended over three output of i man This means about Hat cars from which tho brake stalls It an inch pipe with hose and nozlo twelve thousand a week for it is an old pins We had to bo taken Then there were six for cooling oil the crank leaned out of tho cab and sent the custom in tho trade to make Saturday cars loaded with redwood ties then front and Monday holidays the former is de thirteen cars of steel rails twenty tons water pouring right down over theas big voted to play and tho latter is given to to tho oar These ears wore all Hats drive wheels That stream was Knapping can not be tool sharpening of course Then came four box oars as your thumb and went with tho done miles the hammers are in perfect loaded with giant powder to bo used in force of a stream from a lire engine Â¬ order and it is said that the only The speed must have slackened con some heavy work at the front siderably before we struck the curve smiths who can put them right are a Its u stlfT pull most of the way from we were go- few in the neighborhood of Hrandon It seemed me Los Angeles to Colton and from there but faster thautoever that couldnt see who have done the work from Infancy Yon ing to San Oorgonto Its an up grade of a across the cab on account of the dust and know to a nicety tho face and tem Â¬ hundred and twenty foot to tho mile and Mtioke from the hot journals per required Thoy gave us a third onjjinn from Col It is very diilleult to calculate the Jowd by lack My llreman yelled ton to the top of tho hill and it was all but he kept the water Hying gross number of gun HSntH made annu- shut tho three ten wheelers could do to take my teeth and held my breath and said i ally as the work is in more hands than Â¬ that train up there This is my lust run its one but in all England there are cerWo stopped at San tlorgonlo and cut to myself men who can shape a tainly not thirty Jood by John right here out tho helper engine and then when Kusiucss used to fluctuate very When old 113 reached the curve I flint everybody was ready wo started down thought for a second she would cap- much and in dull times some of the the hill olV Hut operatives were obliged to seek employ Â¬ From San tlorgonlo It is nearly all size Then thought she was wo kept the water a pouriug Then ment elsewhere From half a doen to down grade to lndio sixty miles and came a jerk and a enudi and the Hat a dozen knappers have constant work for the Mrst thirty miles the grade runs cars left tho rails and those bridge however and while they do not make from one hundred and twenty tive feet timbers went sailing out into the air fewer than four millions aunuillythey to seventy feet to tho mile must be very busy to make eight and over the bauk Wo had a half Spnnisli boy called The Hat ears began playing leap Hriuldou is the chief but not the only Kid Vallojo braking ahead He was a frog over each other and those steel seat of the manufacture Gun flints good one as smart as a hteel trap The rails just sheeted over and through aro still made in snnall quantities at middle brakeman was rather light and those cars mid ties making match Malaga for example and specimens tho him man was a big thick headed wood of everything are to be seen in the Hrilish museum brute who luu no Savvy and never Hut the two engines were on tho Longmans Magazine would know anything The conductor rail and we stopped them after run Goship She You think her face is was u slow easy going chap ning two miles They were all burnt She any air brakes on and cut up but they would move and her fortune lie Im sure of it There werent Then Id lihe to borrow it for a few freight trains then nothing but hand after putting out some torpedoes and brakes lint we had air brakes on the red lights we backed up to the wreck weeks for she has a new face put on Hrooklyn Eagle tenders and a steam brake on the locoWe all thought that the water was every morning motive drivers the only thing that saved our engines Col Corning the Indian war hero It was about half past nine on a on that curve is said to have a genius for getting on a 11m my my Hreuiau went running bright moonlight night when we start- Â¬ I believe trail it He stepped allÂ¬ Kid O Kid over mine in last nights dance ed down thu grade About a milo out around calling out Chi 1 foil tho train jork and then wo shot cago News IJeeord ahead lively As I looked back Hilly Well Mr County Nomenclature tooted oil brakes and began to work 1 DutYy Mornin Mr Stoutberry have saw the two brakemeu steam s M 7 H swinging their lights ami signaling to yez an Inipty barl o flour sor tor make J 1 L 4Li U X Smith dray go ahead a hln coop for mo dorgV Monthly was so light that I could see that It Cos AS It J lTHVUSTtht 5tho caboose anil tho our cars of pow Â¬ A Villi of Rpeetnrlcs Lovovs Pack der had broken oil and were about ton of the train ear longths behind tho rest If a man stays at homo nights ho wI not The chuekle hoaded hind brakeman bo found out Pieayuue had slapped up tho caboose brako and FnriKCvmv is made up of trlllos but It is snapped the train apart and we were no trilling matter to itUviii perlouliou --I iX grade In two pieces running down that If over that loose rear section struek It Pays All Hound Tom It jmys to uilov lack Soalc- - You also pay to do forward ono the concussion would the so Yankee Hindu be sure to explode the giant powder and then thero would bo an explosion r any young iiinn wants to And out what tho wlltl Ivavos aro unylnu lot him goto nea that would shake tho earth and send tho whole of us to kingdom eome A noon family homo -- tho ulothoH horso Wo pulled im to got u way from it OMltNO roil Hill VA1IK10 Uoson sayn the race la life is not to Uie and whMlud tnd whistled for tho oa Vallojo and I said l guess poor Kid fast Khmrii UssoUw booso man to get out on tho box ears is done up liminy and sot some brakes but he didnt Vllark says he and we hoard a Money deenntRrow en the trpos but its show tip and In less thau a mile wo very faint voice under the wreck We Often piuKod Irom tho ground by Chiuage were running llfty miles an hour to all ran un there and Jimmy says ls thieves keop out of tho way of the rear section that von KldV Curin N a sure shot although he makes nnd Increasing rapidly every second N Y Journal many Mrs Yes think Its ino said Kid I realized at oneo that we had got Where aro yonV says Manny Most men llko see to check up soon or the train would ruder this flat ear says Kid I Out women dont to they themselves in print prefer slk yr miiiu got hway with uh and laud everybody dont know what number it is nnd everything down In the canyon a It must have been by a miracle that To not nksi fugitive how ho4coiaej on thousand foot below Hut whntohanco boy was saved Ho had hold on to a Ask hun how he I going olT were wo golntf to got to cheek upV brake stall and when the ertvdi came but slin Womans faeoinav be a Just thou wo saw a light como up tho ties carried him with them and tho always careful tououcuil poem Unas in s the it on tho box ears and knew that tho stool sheeted over him and thero he caboose brakeman hud got out at last was like a rat In a trap He was bruised and scratched and Thou wc folt sim Unit he would stop Watts lias Dr Howloss uy special- Â¬ ty sectton and tho thing for us to do shaken but allvo and not fatally hurt llti Putts -- Uh je Hills- - lmUaiiupo that Journal as to stop ourselves 1 sot my tender Tho middle brakoman had jumped and nnd drlvlug brakes and started tho we found him two miles back dead Litti1 OiuinNcicPn ir a mini from Tho ears that broke olV wore Portugal Is a Portuguese Is Ids Uttlo boy tt sand running and Hilly did tho samo stopped at Calmzon and tho conductor lortugoaliugl with Ids engine Suiting up ullthoso powerful brakes got the seetion mon and tholr band ear It la generally hoisnl that the worlds fair Mt once on thu forward end just noted and came down to tho wreck hen it will not be In any way eclipsed by tho railway fare Wellington Star bumping post Tho slack was all over 1 fainted dead away Ilk Of course tho general ofilcu sent up against tho engines with a uuft Wu may stiiyo to know ourselves but no ItftUg and shifted tho steel rails ahead down for an investigation and the nan pau titul out personally thut ho la MtWt thy jammed avery urnk on division superintendent had us all up afflicted with the habit of aiioilag T A ers nud put thora in suck a ou the green carpet They discharged llfecirit for dosievtle brolli First ratcli um1 the conductor and hind brakemsn aud gftljl that Uty ooukl not Ix rfvtttif11ur lio Inili b vnuc liiialuilul W wwi fly in jj down a hundred gave Kid a train to rtiH YoutUa Com lMt4lt 0S2ctU i Jw gnuta two Bgln mhU twenty- - pan ion Hazel Green Heralcl P ROYAL IS THE Best Baking Powder The Official Government Reports The United States Government after elaborate tests reports the Royal Baking Powder to be of Bulgreater leavening strength than any other letin 13 Ag Dcpyp 599 Â¬ fM Hi ts Â¬ The Canadian Official Tests recently made show the Royal Baking Powder highest of all in leaven16 Inland Rev Dejh Bulletin io ing strength In practical use therefore the Royal Baking PowDiiK goes further makes purer and more perfect food than any other Â¬ J Government Chemists Certify The Royal Baking Powder is composed of pure and It does not contain either alum or phoswholesome ingredients phates or other injutious substances Â¬ 1 Edward G Love Ph D and most reliable baking powder offered to the public IIiiMuv A Mott MDPnD The Royal Baking Powder is purest in quality and highest in strength of any baking powder of which 1 have knowledge Vi McMurtrik Ph Dm The Royal Baking Powder is undoubtedly the purest Â¬ 1 Tim Government Report stozus all other baking powders tested to contain a In in lime Â¬ or sulphuric acid Siiro u jjuvo von live rahhlts anil ttion another tablul Imw iiuiay rahbitu Seven would you IlivpI Soveuf How 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between Inoiuo and tho laUe Sup lor iv Hut there is help lor snl rei vlon This new train U known an tho Dn vain lim and iMenvei liver complaint and const ipatiiii tio ix intli and Superior Spivlil eeedlngly prevalant disorders A eo rso of p in an ivmuiit Su Chienpodiii y at perior atsJUa in and Duliith at svJa m lloslotterK Siomieh llitleiH wl e rnoleti ly remove them The uuihtnotis 11 rliru tho this iniiUliitr the jon nc 111 the re iiiarinlilvqaiek liineol lllteen liour The niatie tlio dspeptio and tic er is ufo tniln is made up ot bnpiiipo earn Ntandaiti derive unspeakable tienelitlroiiitaeriit day ensirhes and pnlnuo Innlet sleeinupeaiA remedy ofthuiiumt an deru and npproveil tlesipn Tin tnnu whoiH alonowithlii- - th it hts mid all elut ert of pasMOtipei aro earned ihrouph without oliaauo of ears SunpiM1 oTten Is surrouuiled by the deepest s o uuu Texan Sittings Ih nerved in dliiiopear aftordeparluroftoni Ciileiipo iiid lnealfut i served from a well sincotl bullet befoieanlval at 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Chi cago ill loa vo Clileago nt for either Clvin SU Iuil bl 11 Â¬ rtio kji ppo Mrel 1 fU 1 - 11 -- you would not take lulvaatnpo of I tho relitionship seotuinply implied la your uaitio to lie o tamiliar said the hun to the liatohet Washington Post Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars Howard for any ease of Catarrh that ean not no otired by iidls Catarrh Cure Ciikmiv oc Co lroiii Toledo O We tlio undefH pned luivo known l Clioney lor tho liikt lo ears and billevo liiiu perleetly honorablu la all InisluesK trnnmieiltis and llnauilallv able to mrry out any ohligntioi n made by their llrri West iS Trunx Wlndovilo DriiptlHt To IihIo O V aiding ICuuuin ft Marvin Wliole sale i iigirlstN Toledo D Hall IitHrrli Cure is taken luturually noLlnp dliectlv iini the blood aad niiiooiia o per lint MirfnedHiif tho system lriee tie Said by till DrtitfgUu Tesiiiiiouialu 1 1 1 1 wn 6 3E3E OLD I3 S llmvi CHRGNBC ThUI SUCCUMB TO ST JACOBS IT HITS THE SPOT AJUtt CURES lroa Jifii daK of eld alr aro pikeii of a tho d irk ago probably hamiio the wore thu knight lime IJiagliniutoii Leader A ihllil linJoyH The ploimnut Haver ireiitlo not Ion and flooth lug offOiit or Syrini of ik whim ia nued of a laxnt vo and ir tlio father or mother bo JAY GOULD After allJay Could dieJ t consumption The doctors tuiJ lie hnl neuralnirt and Jay offered 1 million of dollars to any one win would cure him of his trouble it turned out that he did not have neuralgia at all but simply consumption Dont you make this same mistake If you feel that your lungs are weak or that you aro subject to cokte and coughs or if your throat Iv sore and tender get a bottle of Keids German Cough and Kidney Cure and take freely It contains no poison and it is the only cough remedy on the market that minis- Â¬ ters to all of the excretory organs The small bottled cost twenty fiv cents large size fifty cents Every druggist has it SYLVAN REMEDY CO PcorialU Â¬ 1 eostiveor bilious tho most gratifying ro 1iimily Rliould suit follow its uso no Unit U I iho bast leinods Known aad overv fimiilv have a Udtlo youjr woman 1 Maiiius irites elotlies should suj It wan Mihs Ht troll Free IVosh Marie Claire lodging by tho Who in that le -- RxorelHe aad diet aro tlio CikvnmniS cardinal virtues of good lioallh Take oaro of the tlrsv two ami ir ou know what and how to eat you need never bo III It Is claimed that Hurtlold Tim a siipHo imfi remedy ovurooinoa the voaulta of wren llvhitf Â¬ lTsaluokv thlnp that bakeis liuvo nioro broad tliau any other ehis4v lieimusd thoy knead tt moiu riiltadelphla lieeoi d riiiyhiB Cards You ruin obtnltr a nnolc nf t iiiAlltv avlnr eurdH bysendlni SlfUrii emitg H We ii poutago Q ttl i I tr havu hocu wnmiare Talk alnut your transrorietitlnnsl JiUtciiiuti tuiu turn rcuud Voulr K 1 Jmm 4H0XG THE STAMfc BL Aro V Neither Orphans Nor Waifs OI lliu iiitjn n lit JT jntmir ho Lr ltrlnnff to ltCl Imnllyor Which toit li Ur TuliniiKO trn iitrin Claims Tlmt i ii iiiiiiiim IHIIHMU umiKi Watts by inn Dr Tnlmugo Sunday pronchod nlcfnf tho promised scries of sor- k God iu tho natural world as The subject JSSmcI in the Hlble sermon was The ioscti for tlio initial MtlOtlOUiy Ol UlO muiu ui uuu jwiiuiik Kj stars the text being from Amos V It I l thatbuildoth Ills stories the tlho heavens Preceding hungsermon Isaac great congregation the illcv Thi heavens declare Thy Rlnrr lonl In vi r stur i hy wtauoni shines fibo That ia herdsman qocI While l midnight ho poetry from Amos guarding his watching tlio nt Heavens He saw Lvso seemed to him Wee a jrreat mansion many stories high silver room Lbove sler room silver pillars besidu silver pillars and windows of silver and of silver and turrets and domes fof stars above stnrsand the unl Â¬ the universe of first story through through llie story the Mcoud through tho twentieth lihitxl story story thrJiih the hundredth story through tl o thousandth story and roal- tixinjj th t Hod is tlio arehiteet ami car Â¬ penter and mason of all that upheaved splendor he eries out in tho words of fthoteti It is lie that buildeth His stories u tuo heaven Mv burets it is time that we widen e4 oat iinl heightened our religious fthoivrnts lti our pulpit and Sabbath fdassiM and l hrlstiau worlc of all sorts worm- - Li changes on a few verses ot Scripture until they excite no interest blatiyoftho best parts of the Hiblo havctjevw 30t been preaehed from or Hence I to day timleed evt n noticed login a scno- - of sermons not for con- Â¬ i the rotating machinery Infidelity is secutive bibhuth mornings but as hard up for ground of complaint foftcn as I think it best for varietys against the Scriptures when it finds ake on the astronomy of the Hiblo or fault with that cessation of lunar and God among the Hocus the Ornithology stellar travel Here is my watch jf the Hiblo rr Hod among the Hirds could not make a watch if I tried but od tlie Ichthyology of tho Hiblo or My dilll can stop it and start it again fjimong the ishes the homology of the culty is not that Hod could stop two lliWe or Hon among tho urehnrds the worlds and start them again but that Precious Stones of the Hible or Uod Llie could make them at all as Ho did among the Amethysts tho Couohology make them What pleases me and bf tho Hiblo or lod among the Shells astounds me more is Unit each one of 4tliu liituiiy of tho Hiblo or Hod among the millions of worlds has a Hod given jdhu 1 lowers tho Chronology of tlio name Only a comparatively small - v w number of them have names given fel Tho faetis that wo have all spent too them by scientists If astronomers can mnch time on ouo story ot tno great give a name to a whole constellation or o need mansion of woo s universe galaxy they think they do well but occasionally to go up stalrs and down Hod has a name for each star in all imstairs in this mansion down stairs and mensity Inspired David declares of in the cellar studv the rocks and up Sod lie tolleth the number of the stairs and seo lod in some of the higher stars he ealleth them all by then Wories iud learn the meaning of tho They are not orphans that names text when it says It Is lie that build- Â¬ have never boon christened They are eth Ilis stories in tho heaven not waifs of the night They are not Its unknown ships on the high seas Astronomy v as born in Chaldou fmotlior was Astrology or tho science of of immensity They belong to a family foretelling events by juxtaposition of of which Hod is the Father and as you Stirs Tlio Orientals livinir much out Itoujainin or Mary or M doors and in a very clean atmosphere call your children or Josephine so lie llcrtha or Addison through which the stars shown especial calls all the infant worlds and all tho ly lustrous got tho habit of studying adult worlds by their llrt name and jtilio night heavens In the hot seasons they know it as well as though there caravans journeyed ehlelly at night were only one child of light in all the fatal that gave travelers much opportun lie ealleth them all by divine family ity of stellar information Tn the first their names and when he calls war Â¬ page of the Bible the sun and moon and they come stars roll in Tho sun a bony nearly rant Oh tin stars Those vestal tires kept 5000000 miles in circumference and Those light Â¬ more than PJOOl times as largo as our burning on intlulte altars The on thy coast of eternity earth tho moon more than J 000 miles houses hands and weights and pendulum of ijiulininctor Hut Hod is used to doing Ac universe things on such an omnipotent scale that the great clock- of the the so called fixed cording to llerschel tie much only one verse to ten oi mis all but each one itolliir and lunar manufacture Yea stars are not fixed at a sun with a mighty system of worlds 3n three words all the other worlds an this whole system thrown in The rolling round it and systems rolling on Tho record suvs with all the other tars also great center Mil- Â¬ - around some other A It takes whole nairos for a man to oxbillions and billions Jwltho nmkimr of a telescope or mtcro- - lions and millions trillions and trillions quadrillions and k oiic or u niairnotic teleirraph or a itlircslnng uiaehlne or to describe a lino quadrillions Hut what gladdens me and at the putting or statue but It was so easy Is that those ortiod to hang tho celestial upholstery same time overwhelms me The Hiblo says Inhabited the store Is compassed iu one verse worlds are a small Idea you must have cjOwl made two great light the greater so and what of Hods dominion if you think it only Slit to rule tho dav and the lessor extends across this chip of a world yiklit to rule tho night The btnrs also 1 Have now inhabit Astronomer have been trying to call which you and this Idea of all the oth Â¬ Pe roll of them over since and they von taken being inhabited as human iave counted multitudes of thorn puss- - er worlds Head Isaiah xiv IS guess work iflff ill Vlltni liitftt 1wt i1lslfVltOIlCM Thus salth tho Lord that created the uilt at vast expense and tlio size and Hod himself that formed tho timber of those heavenly bodies have heavens made it Ho hath established jsea to the utmost the scientists ot carthand Ho created It not iu vain lie formed ages lhit Uod llulshes all ho It to bo Inhabited Now if He iuhab Iff to say about them in three words It so that It would not be ited the pha stars also That is Mars created earth would ho make worlds in vain ffitli its nioro than MOJO000 square hundreds nnd thousands of times largerÂ¬ Wlos anil Venus with its more than Speakil000O0u hqiuiro miles and Saturn and not have thorn inhabitedthis world Inhabitants of of ijth lit more than IDOOOOJOOOO square ing says tho The nations are as a drop In mom Ho K and luplter with Its miles a bucket If all tho Inhabitants of this jhiui 24 000100000 square as a drop of a luiqkct where ntl all tho planets of our system world aro lire the other drops tnoro than TSOOOOOOOOJ square miles Again and again the Dlble speaks of 8d tluso stars of our system when Heaven nnd tho wool with sthrs of other systems the host of living creatures not inert means II handful rf fcii ml inintmtvd with all host expression host of o UKky mountains nnd all tho Alps masses and tho moan Inhabitants above Avj Ruvrs ulsol For nrovity tor pou Heaven must yroslty for splondor for suggostive- - of other worlds Tho Rsalmlst criesÂ¬ Thy moroy is great above tho heavfor Biibllmity piled on sublimity If there were no Inhabitants 2vVo words excel nil that human ens ubovo tho heavens what use of any jSjNttdi ever uttered or human imaglna exclaims Pn over soared after Tho stars alo mercy Again Istho Ulblo hcaveus above tho goodness Thy put in as jou write a postscript What could bo the use of his goodness Wthinir von thnuerht of afterward Mo heavens If thoro were no In hardly worth putting into tlio body habitant to onjoy it Atfulo tlujUlblo Tho stars abol Jettcr silver bilvcr rsing into the immensities tljo prophets sanetiiied inmginu through that groat hwn vahs lan pilaeo tho Etlirou H Rend on in your IHbles nnd nfter nayat Ho has sot thy plory above the Mvhllo tho lllblu ilnshcs with tho Auro heavens And hero my text comes In ri llotxalis or Northoru Lights- that with this Idea of a mansion of many strango Illumination na mysterious nnd stories It is Ho that bulldetli His undefined now as when in tho book of stories In tho heaven dob it was written Men seo not tho the Is it that wo who llvo bright light which is in tho clouds ground iwsslblo this many storied on buildlloor of Fair weather eomoth out of tho North ing aro tho only tenants and that tho Whllu all tho nations supposed that tho larger rooms and the moro gorgeously enrth was built on u foundation qf somo upholstered rooms and tho nioro bril- Â¬ ijort nnd many supposed that It stood liantly chandellercd rooms above It aro on a lingo turtle or some great nmrino uninhabited llcsldo this wo tiro posi- Â¬ creature lob Unoiv enough of astronomy tively told In tho Ulblo that two to say it had no foundation but was other worlds tiro inhabited tho suspended on tho invincible arm of world angelic and tho world dia Â¬ tho Almighty declaring that llohang bolic Those two worlds nddod to eth tho earth upon nothing While all our own mnko it positive that nations thought the earth was level thrco worlds aro Inhabited Why then the sky spread over it like n tent over a stop with thrco worlds of living beings Hat surface Isaiah declared tho world when there nro not only millions but to bu globular circular saying of God billions of worlds Are they all stand Â¬ lie sitteth upon tho circle of tho ing like expensively furnished houses enrth See tho glitter In the serlptutal in time ot financial panic marked To sky Arcturus Orion tho lobules and Let and no ouo to take them All tho Hear with her young While around us In this world wo seo economy running your lingers among tho leaves of omnipotence f Christ was going to of your Hiblo with the astronom- Â¬ feed tho hungry 7000 in tho wilderness ical thoughts In your mind you ho made use of the boys five loaveu and seo two worlds stop tho sun and two llshos expending no more of crea- Â¬ tho moon Hut what docs that tive power than was needed Waste Christian know about that miracle not Hod hath written all over this t who does not understand something world of those two luminaries Unless you And do you suppose that God would watch modern astronomy put those two waste world material iu our solar sys worlds in its steelyards and weigh them tem to tho amount of what has been es- Â¬ you are as ignorant as a Hottentot timated as seven hundred trillion milea about the stupendousuess of that scene of solid contents and that only a small In the life of Joshua The sun over part as compared with other ystems l0Hl times as heavy as our earth and which go to make up this many storied going thousands of miles tho hour mansion of the text where it says It Think of stopping that and starting It is he that buildeth bis stories iu the again without tho shipwreck of the heaven Did Prof Herschol and Ids universe lint I can easily believe it sister Catharine in ilndlng worlds llnd What confounds me Is not that lie could only worlds uninhabited and a wasto stop and start again those two worlds Is Ceres which 1ioxrl discovered In in Joshuas time but that lie could 1801 wasted Is Vesta that Olbers have made the wheel of worlds of discovered in 1S0T wasted Is Prosper which the sun and moon are only cogs inc which Prof Luther discovered in and keep that wheel rolling for thou 18M wasted Is Urania v hi oh Prof Is sands of years the ily whool of all Hind discovered in 1S5I wasted eternity Pandora discovered In tSiS by lrof If an engineer can start a long train Searle wasted it Is not surprising that he can stop it Are tho 1000 stnrs recorded In one if Hod could make and move the uni- year in the observatory at Washington verse which is an express train drawn wasted Is all except tho billionth bv an omnipotent engine am not sur- - part of the universe wasted My hearprised that for a part of a day lloeould ers is it possible that Hod would run put down the brakes on two pieces of such a splendid passenger train of par Â¬ - Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ telescope for alpenstock leaping from activity of light to activity of light What a beautiful and sublime thing that John Qulncy Adams the borno down with years undor took at the peril of his life tlio jourÂ¬ ney from Washington to Cincinnati that ho might lay the cornor stono of the pier of tho great rotrnetlng telescope and there making his What n service for last oration all mankind when iu 18110 Lord llosso lifted on tho lawn of his castle eighty miles from Dublin a telescope that revealed worlds as fast as they could roll In and that started an cnthu slasm which this moment concenters the eyes of many of the most devout In allpartn of the earth on celestial dis- Â¬ covery Thank Uod that wo now know where our own world is bounded on all sides by realms of glory Instead of being where Hesiod in his poetry described it to bo namely half way be Â¬ tween Heaven and hell an anvil hurled out of heaven taking ten days to strike the earth and hurled out of earth tak ing Un more days to strike perdition Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ What n monstrosity of ifrw iat DISTINGUISHED BY HAlRV majority of Christian pcoplo listen Ih Wtist KpIsUoh It Vmr tlio t not to tho voices of othor worlds rI r Mw Tumult Tho hcaveus though tho Hoolc says Dr ftctliloe tolls us that Uw in And njjain direct rolatlon botweou mous purmilUi declare tho glory of God Tlio worlttt of tlio Lord nro groat and and tho color of tholr hair An uausf How much have proportion of men with dark utmlght to bo sought out you sought them out You havo been hair enter tho ministry rod whlsVeml satisfying yourself with somo things men aro apt to bo glvon to sporting about Christ but havo you noticed that and horaeilcsh whllo tho tall vlgoron Paul calls you to consider Christ na tho hlotvlo mon lineal descendants of the Creator of othor worlds by whom also Vikings still contribute largooH he mndo tho worlds It is tlmo you tingent to our travelers and emigrants Christians start on a world hunt The plumage of caunrtos can be eon That Is tho chief reason why God sldorubly altered toward roil or oraugw makes tho night that you tnny see by feeding thorn on a stimulating diat othor worlds Go out to night and look of red peppor and though this may up at tho grent clock of tho heavens fail for humankind In general somo Listen to the silvery ultimo of tho mid thing might bo done toward Ineronslng night sky sue that your children nnd tho pigment in the hair andglvo hope grandchildren mount tho heavens with to many a uiehutcholy owner of gray Â¬ c u r v looks Suppose for a moment that pro-tcetlvo color llko that which obtains in tho fields Woods tiud hodgorowV ruled in the world of men what an untaxing change would ensuo in tho outward appearance of uffiilral If a rogue could but at will ussuino thu perÂ¬ fect guise of an honest man and tho glided wasps of society appear tin ivuifum or honey boos or were Halnts nad sinners alike competed to wear their own unmistakable livery what a changed world would this of ours bol If men llko onnurles or caterpillars could but change tholr complexion by change of diet mode of life or pur- Â¬ suit then wo might Indeed Imagine an alderman after years of calipash nnd calipee assume tlio hue nnd shape of a mi ii ti turtle 1 Â¬ Prom tho titjrh lumen lelmuon tinvil cum Xino clay nial nights la raelil whirls woiiht hint Ami rcndi the enrth Uio tenth whunro strongly hurled The mine thu imngo to th infernal vrorlri 1 Â¬ 1 I 1 Â¬ lor cars through the heavens and keep it rnnning if there wore no pussengers Judging from the extent of the universe do you think Hod would put all his family on such limits as this world If a king have a palace of 100 marks rooms will he put all his princes and princesfes in one comparatively vmall As tho highest happiness Is In loom making others happy Is it not certain that Hod would occupy larger places than our small earth with beings capa Â¬ ble of happiness Hcsidcit this why all the worlds fur- Â¬ thest on and furthest up covered with light What is the use of light if there are no eyes of inhabitants to enjoy anil I admit that scien- Â¬ employ that light tific exploration has discovered that around many worlds there is an atmos- Â¬ phere in which lungs like ours could not breathe and there are heats and colds that physique like ours could not endure Hut do you suppose that wo have the only kind of lungs that Uod Do our bodies exhaust Di can make vine ingenuity and must lie make creatures with our all intelligent or masrespiration or pulsation or digestion or habitude or tication Heeause organ Â¬ not make them at all Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 - Â¬ S w without any astronomical calculation 1 know that tho other worlds are inhab Â¬ ited because my Hiblo and my coinmon senso tell me so It has been estimated that iu the worlds belonging to our solar system there Is room for at least SlOOObooOOOooo of population And I believe it is all occupied or will bo oc Â¬ cupied by Intelligent beings Hod will not fill them with brutes Ho would certainly put Into those worlds beings intelligent enough to appreciate the architecture tho coloring the gran deur the beauty the harmony of Yea the Inhabit- Â¬ their surroundings ants of those worlds have capacity of locomotion like ours for they would not have had such spacious opportunity for movement If they had not powers of motion Yea they have sight else why the light and hearing elso how get on with necessary language und how clear themselves from advancing perils Yea as Hod made our human race In Ills own image lie probably mado tho In- Â¬ habitants of other worlds in ills own Image In othor words it is as near demonstration as I can linvo it that while the inhabitants of other worlds have adaptations of bodily structure In the particular climate in which they dwell there Is yet similarity of mental and spiritual characteristics among all tho Inhabitants of Mio universe of Uod and made In His imago they aro won- Â¬ derfully alike Now what should lo tho practical result of this diacusuhm founded on scripture and common sense It is first of till to enlarge our ideas of Uod nnd so intensify our admiration and worship Under such consideration how much moro graphic tho Hiblo question which seems to roll back tho sloovo of the Al- Â¬ Hast thou nn arm mighty and say Uod The contemplation also en Â¬ like courages us with tho thought that if God made all these worlds and popu Â¬ lated them it will not bo very much of nn undertaking for him to make our little world over again and reconstruct llie character of its population us by tmce thoy arc to bo reconstructed Â¬ isms like ours can not live in Mercury or Saturn or Jupiter or the Sun wo have no right lo conclude that those Without any tele Â¬ globes are lifeless scope and without any observatory and thank Uod that we have found out that our world Is not half way between Heaven and hell but is iu a sisterhood of light and that this sisterhood joins all tho othor sisterhoods of worlds moving around somo groat homestead which Is no doubt Heaven where God Is and our departed Christian friends are and wo ourselves through pardon ing mercy expect to become permanent residents Furthermore I get now from all this tin answer to the question which every lutelligont mail and woman since the earth has stood has asked and received Why did God let sin and no answer sorrow come Into the world when Ho 1 could have prevented them coining l think 1 have wish reverently to say found tho reason To keep tho uni- Â¬ verse loyal to a holy God it was Important In some world somewhere to demonstrate the gigantic disaster Unit would coma upon any world that al lowed sin to enter Which world should It be Well tho smaller the world the better for less numbers would stiller So our world was selected Tho stage was plenty large enough for the enact ment of the tragedy Knler on the stage Sir followed by Murder Pain Falsehood Theft Fraud Impurity Massacre War and all the abominations and horrors ami agonies of centuries Although we know comparatively lit- Â¬ tle about the other worlds lest we be Â¬ come completely dissatisfied with our own no doubt tho other worlds have heard and aro now hearing about this world in the awful experiment of bin which tho human race has been mak- Â¬ ing In some way Interstellar commu nication in open mid all worlds either by wing or llying spirits or by direct communication from God aro learning that disloyalty and disobedience down and damn everything they touch and tho spectacle practically says to all Obey God keep holy other worlds and stay In the orbit where you were intended to swing or you will suffer that winch that recreant world out yon der has been suffering for thousands of years It is no longer to mo a mystery why so small u worldas ourn was chosen for the tragedy A chemist can demonstrato all the laws of earth and heaven In a small laboratory ten feet by live and our world was not too small to demonstrato to the universe the awful chemistry of uurlgliteoubUOhN its explosive nnd riving and consuming power 1 do not believe there Is n world that has been in existence from the tlmu when Copernicus the astronomer knocked at tho door of lioaveu to tho world that hint weak eaino within sight of tho observa Â¬ tory at Greenwich but has heard of our terrlflu terrestlal experiment and the awful object lesson has thrilled the multliullllonsof stellar population espe Â¬ cially when they heard that In order to arrest the disaster of centuries the WoiM uiakor nd the World starter and tho World upholder must give up Ills only Son to assassination to expiate and restore nnd iiuvotho victims of tho planetary shipwreck On thu tower of Pharos Ejypt a metallic mirror was raised which re ftcctcd nil that occurred both on land and on son for a distance of UUO miles nnd so Kgypt was informed of tho com Inj of her enemies long before their arrival Uy what process I know not but In somo way this ship of u ntriig gllng enrth I think is mirrored to distant worlds Surely this ouo experiment of a world unloosing itself from Uod will bo enough for nil worlds nnd all eternities I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Scrooge tho miser utter a llfo of se Â¬ cret hoarding would turn us yellow as hlsguiuoKN Mr Carcass tho butolmr would become as rubicund as tho beef on his stall instead of appearing as a trim dapper paleface lit a frock coat ami Ferret tho poisoner its blaolc as the black art on which ho thrives Hut outside the limits of a nightmare dream no such world is possible Wo have to bo content with a medley of far more sober realities whore though white spiders mostly come to grief the confidence trick still nourishes and men are mostly fools It is tin ttgoVsiiy ti profound think- Â¬ er of weak convictions paralysed In- Â¬ tellects and growing laxltvot opinion There is an Intense struggle for bare existence over going on but thu fittest do not at ways survive Thoro tire many wise men but of many wtso men will it never bo sttjd Thin fallow wWb enough to ptny tlio foolt jml to do tbut woll ilnnmiulH IiIrIi wit while the foolish one iu cup nnd holla apes wisdom and save In his own conn- try Is not without honor Nineteenth Century NOT TO BE WON BY t TAFFY The Ituly of th Ilutmn 1rovci Itnro mmhiIv to Honeyed Compliment lie knocked at tho door boldly ami when the lady cttmo he bowed obot satitly says uu exchange Madam he wild do you wish to Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ buy any fly screens Of course not nhc replied this isnt fly tRuisou and there aro no flics In this house any how I know that madam 1 havo fre Â¬ quently remarked as much to my friends lit passing bore on tho way to 1 my humble cottage on a back street knew you did not want tho screens for thought you might take files but them for sonic other use What aro they good for Sifters Oh no madam but they nro excel Â¬ lent to keep out hoes and he smiled flatteringly We dont have any bees around here she protested Perhaps not now madam ho mur- Â¬ mured but they will come when they know so sweet a flower grows within She didnt notice his low bow but she asked him to wait a minute That gag works every time he concluded iisnIic disappeared in two minutes she returned lending u huge mastiff and his heart grow cold Now she said apologize for your rude nnd utigontlomuuly familiarity or Ill let the dog loose Madam he said as his wits canto back again I cant do it I have no apology to offer Its the bees that should apologlo for not having discov Â¬ ered yon sooner She hesitated he trembled Ill give you two minutes who said before I let tho ddg loose 1 1 m mi Will Mr et Him A Â¬ six foot npeotator with a mttsouldr tirin and a hand like a smoked ham rushed in botweon the two young men who wore pommeling scratching and gouging each other mid separated If you dont stop this ho said holding them at arms length and shaking them till their teeth rattled Ill bump you together and breale every bono In your worthless badleV Now go Inler On them Thats all rlghL said the yqnth with the bruised eye and disfigured nose picking up his hat nnd shaking his fist undismayed at the othor young man Ill meet him iu a football gumo some day where wo can fight this 3htcago out without Interference Tribune Philosopher And so tho nmrriiijr t Mr and Mrs HoirtrswHSH lovi IMHtW1 f UowdpNodottbt of It Philosopher Whkih mm dMw Dm Vi I IiOV0lUatHr Jj Â¬ Â¬ lK IA f IVL l V AN V flu- - K J gyg w a u muddle would result in their get ting tho senator Tho populists A IpwIdpiitllnrriHon has it in bin say they are satisfied powor to pay his micucHHor a very OF- George Hydeu a young man - Editof high complimntly failing to till BPEOERdOJPER the vacancy in tho IT S aupromo from Kastorn Kentucky who is a court loft by tho death of Justice student at the Danville theological Lamar It would bo an unprece Â¬ seminary created a sensation Tues Â¬ dented oourtoHV from a retiring to day owning ntu Y M C A meeting IMfWKnff tKlaviAB nBBZLZ an imeoming president but it by giving the churches of the town To nosi iAitTXiisnii WOUUI IHi ue pontics nun minimi a turning over for their vanities Â¬ Ho has since and worldly ways HeH the woaknoHH of tho proposiA Heat upon tho bench of tho received a communication from tion FfiUmani IKIli On HUprome court in justly regarded tho Y M C A requesting him to v ui j AVwMAw iih tho highest honor that can bo attond to his own business and let FLOYD TAY junior member of the firm of J T Djiv Co Iins dcfidrd paid to an American lawyer and the Y M C A run tho Lords HAZKL GREEN KY school withdraw from the firm on accuuiit of his hiiinis engagcmeiits at Clny City hdiI next t tho honor of receiving it is affairs He says also the Fob 3 1803 thatof bestowing it It is extreme- Â¬ of which hois astudent has threat Â¬ other polatH along the K U It H The nnid firm will therefore he diolvetl hv Full AY ly doubtful whether the human ened to expel him Religious cir- Â¬ tnutiml ugreemeat nt an early date or so soon as the neecHenry arrangements can nature which is as strong in pres- Â¬ cles an accordingly shaken up as be made CURRENT NEWS AND COMMENT idents as in other people would they have never been before the business of the firm imntt now be cloed up rind as n first permit any president to retire leav- Â¬ frtep toward it we will oiler for wile on tho above day ai d date on JJoldkn tho Mt Sterling mur- Â¬ ing such a vacancy oven if his A erownlng mean the Fair Grounds in Hazel Green the following property towit Our celebrated Thata what Dr derer hiiH been nontoncod to death successor had been elected by his Fcnnera Q old on but no Into for tho execution bus own party to say nothing of leav- Â¬ Kellof Is It Is a POST BOY 6 COLD DUST STALLIONS ppCCino for INFLAMyet boon announced so far iih we ing it to the man who has defeated MATION reaching him There is much talk around know rami curing It nhcr capital about a big row being tho o And GEST CTOKXT 3MOQAWr ever It oxlits Swell o o raised over the continuation of any This stock is known by reputation throughout tlio tng and pain accom The best Jack in Kentucky A J Caspatt of Ionnpylvnnin nomination that Mr Harrison may pany Inflammation mountain and blue grass counties Their breeding is secund to none Also is slntud for Hoorotary of tho navy make to this vacancy but from the so It always cures 14 liond of il and 1 y o Mules swelling anil pain in Mr Clovelnudt cabinet Mr best obtainable information the Under whatever name Inflammation U found 1 tf CiiBBiitt ia largely interested in republican senators will vote solid- Â¬ land tho IUt Is a lonir onot thera will OoKlcu oll Post Hoy lioit of any man Kellcf euro Thus It is that It will euro n felon ly for tho confirmation railroading l vcnr old Tost Hovfillv that may be chosen and the popu- Â¬ applied externally and also a consumption o o o list senators will probably vote taken In 5 drop doses on small lump of sugar Ino ycarold line blooded mure Tin announcement is now made with them which woujd make the ternally You havo a sore bruised tinker Put surprised how quickly It tho Itellof on It in Ionl lv Tost Tow lhatTudgo W Q Grcshum will bo confirmation certain even if every Is well On anyand bo soro It Is tho natno Ono other U vonr old lino harness irold- Vrosidont ClovelandH secretary of democrat opposed it which is not drop applied tj an old soro will ciuso It to heal Cold sores on yocr Up re- Â¬ after nil clao haa fallod Certain htato Ho would bo a good one considered probable iiiii- rich in color line style cured by In htvotrkdlt publican senators are probably are sorothroitItamiouu night You cured almost for found yoursulf and tho president might go farther Track Sulkies Hreak Carts willing for Mr Harrison to believe at onoo Now your lungs ra Borolutttuud ami faro worse that they will not be active in se- Â¬ It quickly cure Inflammation of tha luirs A ioad Carts lUiuines cVcc liar- o o a nom Â¬ chronic cough Consumption Is on you It will 0 curing the confirmation of luugs No inflammation no Hon A S Bkiiiiy of Newport ination not personally agreeable to euro yourwill not permit Inflammation consump- ness double and single ami all riirintr ami fixtures neces tion It to exist is a warm friend of Licking river them but that is because they wish This Is why It euros comunptlonJujt a It sarv in traiuiuu holies would soro throat or flux a felon a toothavhu improvement and those intorostod to have a hand in selecting the now or a ueuralgln Tho noro lu your lungs is hrnlcd felt will be rcmcmhiMcd that we have done an unlimited crcdiiing and you are well Ono soro is not much uullkn should at once meotat West biber justice no soro If Representative Aimer Taylor another No inflammation euros La no con- VgrJU business and have a large outstanding debt which must lie closed Grippe All panics indebted ti n either by note or account nitiht call and settle Thoc Â¬ t pass roHolutionH otc and for of Illinois a republican andanan-ti-hilve- r sumption A taulcspoonful If satisfaction not given monay refunded It ward him tho papers man speaks by the card novor disappoints TaUo u bottlo homo to day having open account ate in paitieular icq tutted to come forward and close them o up at once otherwise we will be forced to place your notes and accounts in the and ho probably J does as to the For Mill ly 15oi A lout llnztl irctii hands of an ollicer We uov have an overstock of a great many lines of goods Tin mortality among great po Â¬ position of the republicans in the mRiceWLLs which we will sell for Ctsh or Produce without regard to original cost but we can litical leaders in this country for house the bill for the repeal of the not and will not sell any more goods on time until the business of this firm is law is deader than a last tho last fortnight has been fright- Â¬ silver bird nest lie says he knows HEORO TONIC PILLS closed and the dissolution fully completed years ful Ex prosident Hays Gen B that three fourths and believes u K llutlor Hon L 0 C Lamar that four fifths of the republicans Fur tlio roliil and lniiclil tlitt tluit fil Mood uinkfr m toiiit lainos G Hlaino and several others in the house will vote against the mid tin need tiia iutm oIUt Dl riMonitixt Will be Twelve 12 months time with approved security for all sums over WllITi have passed away within that short bill if it is brought to a vote This 1IAI1AS XKritO TOXIC lMIIS Twenty live Dollars under that amount cash in hand Hespctfully tc Tlioy nri it irn nt ludn tf Mtiiiiiinc in tin is very significant under the cir- Â¬ nciiriilyiu time trciitiiutit idclironic IjcjuIoIu cumstances cJT mid nil other ptiiit fill norvoiis truublis For o 0 Deatb has up to this time been dcliilily iliiiUftioii nervous pi ot nit ion Tin notorious Wils Howard who one of tho most important factors mid miiciul In odtude nothing will luiihl ii mid iients likv hails from Harlan county in this in the legislation of U session of the systemnNK lone the Tliev iiiumiM flic llie IMILS XKlltO umii till the liole state ami who is credited with the congress It has on seveial occa Â¬ npK tile striiiKtlion warm Idood mid llirill senate the veins with fresh murder of a score or more citizens sions in both house nnd legisla- Â¬ the nerves with iijor nnil lieu life carefully prepared idderlv Xervoiis in Harlan and Hell counties has upsetprograms by causing the loss Indies w ho detdlituled ntyomii or times of need help Ililienl tive 1MIIS n boon sentencod to death in Missou- Â¬ of a day through adjournment and HIV will find in friend indeed s1 e ri for tho murder of a man in that in congress a day lost carries with Convnleseenl from nil forms of disense OF 1IAZKL UIKIOX htato Tho date on which ho is to it everything appointed for that will piiu stiengtli mid lieitlth uioie rupidly ly ihi them Â¬ UAXKFCIi 1crtlie natronauv of the s liere n eueiul lonie and lestorative is btrotch homp has escaped our mem Â¬ day There has been since con gress met an average hiss of two needed on have nil that eau he found in SJ past and hoping to still uirtlier merit Vj 13 ory but it will be quite soon hiMers elixirs and other unpleasant mix Â¬ days a week by reason of adjourn ttues eoiideused iulo a neat little gelatine e your favovs wish you ami yours A M ffl o o ment as a mark of respect to the eoated pill easy to take and eeitain in its happy happy new year ami at the same s Tin agony is over and Hon memory of dead men and the aetion y For sale at tills office Piiee oOeeiUh time desire to announce that LatHes and 8 Villhun Lindsay of Frankfort is question is being asked more or jer box of Ml pills Misses Clonks Cents Winter Clothing tho United States senator to suc Â¬ hs anxiously where will this si of So far as respect to thing stop cir etc are lie closed out this month ceed Senator Carlisle Certainly tho dead goes these adjournments 13 no man in this commonwealth are like the closing of the govern Â¬ illi AT COST J h TICK GASH- i r could so well fill the toga laid aside ment departments upon similar k v k5 N The Seliool lestiines work on ifilP This is Up host opportunity you hao i by Mr Carlisle for the treasury occasions farces which enable cvor had to Imy sasonahlo ooiK at hw prices IS portfolio and the state of Ken Â¬ government employes to spend a uionaay January 2 1893 kCY AA fHMMn tucky is to bo congratulated upon day in search of pleasure at Incle 7 It would be more expense tho one time wisdom of her ropro Sams forgoverninentemployes Man v new inmlls will enroll then tint respectful Hentatives in tho legislature lloth from congressmen to laborers to t lut t Is die lies time t enter us the dully Do not unit he eliaimeil Air MoCroary and M r Stone seeing remain at work than to make a xeliedule w until the iieinnini oi die miiki teini um that they had only a shadow of a picnic on the funeral days of prom Â¬ nury JJInl Our departments are all eoniplete LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Hhow on Friday last withdrew from inent men as they now do as a Hiis Onr Teneheis Tho line will have to bo drawn ern Kentnekv Conihe is the hest in rule the contest and tho caucus held somewhere and many congresmen Onr lliisiness Coure is the host lo he Hazkl iKKKX Kv last Thursday night formally favor a law confining the adjourn Annul outside ol tegular luisiucss eolleie To tho Trade of Eastern Kentucky Contiguous to Hazel Inv 10 IS02 Greoil are iiiueli less only tlie iates Wo have this day coiiijiletid nrramjiiiuMits with tho placed in nomination tho name of imr of coimross and closiim the amiper mouth of tuition ean take any other and you 2 People departments in honor of dead men studies vow may desire without exlia eost nbovo naiiiod linn and will hniullo thoir gumU in lnryo quan- Â¬ Hon William Lindsay at the Aeiulemy Home i per llottrdiii who Irtiow tho now sonator best say to deaths ot mon in othce o ospooially in itc an inspoctioii hv tho iiorehints tities week Tho republican senatorial caucus Tuition f-- per uinutli ho is tho brainiest man in Ken has in its wisdom decided that wo aro proparod to iluplicato any and all prices quoted in Music lustrumciitali f0e vocal Vie a as lesson tucky Louisville Cincinnati or Knoxvflle Merchants can buv Utah Oklahoma and New Mexico o WM H CORD Principal o o nn fir Miihieets for statehood inul these jyooils almost at their doors and save laruo freight bill JaMKB G PlAXNK OX S0Cretary of tfin hv slmll he lulniittiul nt this We aro prepared at any and all times to furnish these goods DR UJRICCRALLS tho state aflor a prolonged and session if ominous if there be in any and every quality size and price All we ask is a painful illness died at his residence any time left after disposing of the RHEUMATIC CURE trial Respectfully ecc bill the MemkHe Jm in Washington on Friday last of mui option earagua canal bill strip and bill the Kepresontedby EI JHKKX IIzel ireen Kv For the hencllt of permit alllieteil with JJnghts diseaso of the kidneys In tlu appropriation bills not a sin rheiiinutisiit In iinv of itn various onus w tho death of Mr Blaine tho com - Kj0 01M 0r which has yet been pass coulllentlv oiler Dlt Wll ITKIIX llS elh ItllKfilATie TKK n try loses ono of the greatest men od by the senate In view of the cleat reinetly one thatiihcitii piomptiiml upon he rclinl almost to the it has produced if not the greatest doubt amounting Nicaragua a cer at all tiiuei Inmay iutlaimitorv lurin a Ailu w he cxpeeteil in canal illiteae relief t tho I f fth vfcr Aolo people mourn his ntultho fxr hours the lexer xulisiinif I 1 noma v orJay lyKSee Kucliiu Wis Grove Farm tryluv mil j i vase iiicKory bill gutting through tthe Ihum it is ami swelling iliiiiiuishln the pain ceusOiv ikm3vyitv - mMtT blobe-Domfrom the hiiu sayn Alter oath Tho bt Louis Jurpri JinK Umt ropivntativcs niiiR of the Ireatiiieiit not rciry known remedy 1 removed a lartfu Hunch S of two yours tuudluK from o a year old lllly S IIo will rtf i tornttn ios oumml shotthl th- - In the treatment of chronic ease In oi tit r Pitt thus spoaks of him with three uppllcatloua of lo eliminate the constantly acriimiilatliiu ilguro always in tho puhlio mindjuot to having tho canal hill put poison from ihoKyMem the rcmeily must e l i i nr Ill ill perscvcreil in uiiiil ill i ilttiro v4 healthy action of QUSNNS OINTMENT us i no uruiiauijinaguuiiu iiv iittaro ttikdotairso dlllVrcut organs eaua tic estiililinlietl ami theg Those objections ful ami intronul navtisanohiuftain llu ltUtholetjrepttratlon I heard S onnntlon entirely mispentlrtl only whtsporod but thoy oxist all hie to rlieiiniivtlc attacks from Persons ot I heartily recommend have overused or Z It to all Horsemen an cause ditHhing ami as poworful as rh UlUm in nntl it II HCIIIHH Mil tho audi as error la diet exposure to dralt of Whax hundreds of such UtUmonlal -tho Ulwok Prmco as inspiring nsfour lf joopardizing tho ohanctvs o air over heating daiupticM or tlutue hi k kdoM not ktiUtntiusicsiiiiuiiiiriiur rrteetl3Srrbatilo AitcyourilruUtfnrlt If he the weather should lit glu to take the rem luctunwqutt Hiul as chivalrous as thoir territories to boooint stab edy an soon as tlrst h mptoatN are noticed iriu 1MU1KK W 11 KUUY CO Vllltlmll V V therchy avoldini much tlUtrcsv iueonvtrul U OhvHlier lhiyard Like Latour thov would bo loudly exprtwod kiailMIIIMIIMUIIIMIIIIIUIIIIIIiauMMIMMkMtiMj and pain X ui olectipil of MtirUll to 10 enctt you nave hi- - imnin Innirnftor TiAvtvarirn II ft tit ucck lame hack miiocu 11 tender lutlamed and swidh UfW will wnnrtil aonaor uyuto KansastinoKhuuu - i ur orncfs ean eoallvleitly expeet iiuuk ou nfllln alittx vou ropubiiwii lmnpoiiumg to lof hv the use of Oil Wll ITK I ALIAS w w v At this office nt wrouil cIiim mtvt pi 7 onus m cougrtws wnvi aim muiui UIIKCMATU rfUK live us a call uhvn vou want nrhitiux MI how or otnor got tno ulmi that Urn Sold at Tuk ItKiuxtn oHtce nt Mc a liox hvvo money ItKiURrn i Any ami ouri Ina we Imve tlune it rkfor in the piit wpooif Sfe llwrii OUR WASHINGTON LETTB IPlJjSJuJIC SA1DS Vial nBPAll B Wednesday M i jr Â¬ 1 tur 1 - i O O dr -- rr- fiosE w 13 jF5lTT cfe CO LADIES CLOAKS AT COST T joe sis nil a w N rH mmm WMl i lOli u --1 i j 111 Wholesale Boots and Shoes GREEN HUFFAKER CO -- J DAy CO i o- ic-sour- ilil I lllllllla IHH mLM -T -- 1 lJI I vw FIRST CLASS JOB PRINTING I fimmm HT-yp- 3rv1 C efBI w UmM AIVKIITI8INI 1VATHS TKANHIKXT SYjftrtliCHiflHtii inserted for less than 1 Ifrtk wilt he 75 cents hii lucli for the first frgLfon and - cents tin Inch Tor each sub- - KuMMtin111 liaeK iTAMDWO ADVKRT1HRMKSTH lamontn 1 7 oj 75 X VMhM 12 60 15 00 22 I Isehci JkddreM 8PKNCKK COOIKll Uaxel Green Kv I LIAnaino jfllf At Iho dnt just aftor your on lliis papor and if you aro bohiim call and ronow or nond tho amount by mail iwiso vour fflho list We must have money at onck Othor- name will bo cut Mrs II C Swnngo is viKitiii hor futhorfl family oii Whito Oak in Morgan county Jimmio Tuulboo of Mt Storlinir was a guost of Dr J A Taulboo TUOfluay ingot Jio was on rouiu from hulyerHVillo homo R TIiob Trow book koopor Co who haa boon Day MS IUIIIU for J D Strnngo Caso E 0 Jones of Lane was in our L John li Davis has gone to Clay office Saturday Jan 21 and told City to contract for tho stono work the following strange incident A Inn flin Center lumber oomvanvs o year old boy of hph Jones on i ui iiiumu um and friends in Winchester returned homo viHiting i mine Fears of Feudal War in Magoffin A Salyowillo special to tho Cou rioivJournnl of Jan 20th says Monlovillo DfHkins thomagiHtrato who was thought to have been bad Â¬ ly woundedin tho fight of January 2 and whoso whoreabouta have not been gonorally known sinco that tinio passed through this placo last night with a body of armed men Deskins is a native of Vir- Â¬ ginia and has been in that state it is said since tho fight Reports are conflicting as to tho number of men with him last night but there were probably ten in all and there is no doubt but they were armed with Winchesters Just what their intention in making this war- Â¬ like demonstration is cannot be anticipated DeskinB friends claim that it is only for the purposo of protecting him from the Risner crowd until thoro shall havo boon a legal investigation of tho part ho played in tho fight in which his brother and others wore killed while others believe that he has re- Â¬ turned to avenge tho death of his brother in a summary way Tho people aro considerably excited over tho prospect of a similar stnte of alVairs to that through which so many mountain counties have passed and a united etVort on the part of all good citizens will bo made to avert tho threatened dan ger A KVU EVOLUTIONS Muns Mens Mens If you are bilious call at this Mens office and got a free sample of Dr Mens Whitehalls anti bilious pills Mens MAYTOWN 3IIKSIIKS i Kzkt Morgan county Jan 80 The whisky traffic got a black oyo in this county last Monday Judgo O P Cartor refusing to grant censo ft r tho bwIo of tho dovi s cologne in Morgan county Lot tho judges in other counties do likowisoj and tho genorationa to come will remember you as tho fathora of a great reformation which is miro to como Education sooiiib to be on a boom in the mountains Good subscrip Â¬ tion hcIiooIb aro now being taught at most oyory town in tho country II C Quicksall begins a three or four months school at this place today Married at thiR placo Jan 28 Grnnvillo linyus to Miss Nannio Nickell daughter of Pone Nickell Tim Goad of whom wo made mention recently died in tho asy- Â¬ lum on the 20th inst James K Wells is attending medical college at Louisville 1 limit 1 ANOTHER Bit -- IN PHIJI mmMmMMm t- GOT Al - ed from the Assignee PRICES ARE NO OBJECT Bnl left of E I have a few goods left from E C Currys stock which I purchasit W Collars Currya Price 11 11 Â¬ 25 75 Our Prico 11 11 11 11 7 Mens White Unlaundried Shirts Lnundriod Childrens Shirs Wniats 40 75 tt 11 125 85 u it it it Night Shirta Yonman StilY Hats 11 11 125 08 05 Fur Hats Soft Hats Crusher Hats Capo Overcoats 11 500 200 150 75 ti 11 11 a 11 11 275 125 08 AS 1 1 t 11 ii 1500 Our Prico 850 750 150 1500 1000 1250 Monday mill Ho returned Tuesday having secured a job now Thoteoplo of Wolfe count are wonderfully well pleased with our how circuit jtulgo and commou- They are this iwonlths attorney twook at Salyorsvillo holding court Row James Little announces the following as his appointments un Ril further notico Imd Sunday Frozen lillmoro Crook sec- - third Sunday and fourth at Hazel CJreen on the first cousin of hers the first time ffand introduced herself by saying Mattie the little daughter of John hvans and wife and one of the youngest scholars at Hazel Jreen academy last week met a little RNnnnioyou must tomo up and see zles the family lug tos you is my last tousin or about Jan 1st suddenly began to showjjigns of lunacy It first began To run back and forth in front of tho ire and could not be persuaded to desist A lady of the neighborhood who was present at the time picked up the child and Tried to quiet it but it proved too strong for hor and fell from her arms sprawling upon the lloor For fifteen days the boy proved to be a raving maniac and did not fikep or take nourishment of any Tumi except tho little milk it was forced to drink by drenching This symptom was succeeded by a de- Â¬ sire to sleep and up to tho day before our information came to us the boy had slept right along still taking no nourishmentof any kind What is the cause of this strange action is a quasi ion that now puz Â¬ Maytowx Morgan county Jan 150 Our esteemed young friend Henry W Vest of Omer has for sometime been paying regular vis- Â¬ its to our quiet little town No one thought for a moment that Henry could be guilty of anything wrong but last Sunday Jan 22 ho with a small force of beautiful young Jadies and gentlemen from the same neighborhood marched into our town unmolested and captured one of our prettiest and best girls Miss Ada dahghter of Alex Pat Â¬ rick Elder James Fugato officiat ing We join in wishing the young couple a prosperous and happy journey through life Since the long cold snap the bright sunshine seems to have put new life in most everybody and Mens All Wool Chinchilla 0ercoats Men s All Wool Korsey Overcoats Hoys Overcoats 5 0 7 and 10 yrs old 050 Cut in Two 050 11 11 11 11 11 11 Mens Fine Suits Mens Fine Suita Our Mobs Fine Shoos ii 11 1500 800 2500 1500 u it 500 800 250 a 11 11 11 850 805 105 125 it This grand sale will last DfiT until eveay dollars wortli is sold Come early before the rush You will make big money by buying now How could it be otherwise when so many of us are getting war pen Â¬ sions Just lot em come Dr Kendrick reports six births in and near town last week everything We hear no more com- Â¬ plaining of hard times On the other hand we hear those who have a right to know say that money is more plentiful than for years VIC BLOOM FIELD LEADING CLOTHIER White Front next door to Clark County Hank WINCHESTER KY aouzzaocmESEH rzrvrixyrTir o TO A WWlfc wwjm m mMMajsmki mjf iriiiiiiiiirrrfia AT TIIK mooting lasting some eight and conducted by Revs Willis tykins Burnoy Blankenship and thors closed on Sunday evening t tho Coicil school house in Mor- Â¬ gan county During tho meeting ight or ton were converted seven of whom united with the Ilaptist church to which belong the rever- Â¬ end gontlomon named though christians of all denominations iook an active part in the meeting welcomo him Meredith Puckott fell and broke f ShoriiY Drake has moved his his arm Sunday fmily to Jackson temporarily so Dr A T James is very ill at thjs that ho can bo with them at night and to givoliis children ihouilvnii writiig tt 0 3 tgo of Hchool His duties as J M Iockhart is slowly improv- v Mim lio uotoclivo on the K U railroad nig fflquiro him to bo there but as he Hon John O Carlisle has our nis mado CC Hanks iho outgoing WM B LOGAN of volumes of anoriflf hia chief deputy tho people thanks for a couple report of tho commissioner of Druggist anil BooKsitiier JJiU Hufter no inconvenience from tho temnornrv rosiMiMwroHt Jnck Hon olucation WINCHliSTKK KV fpr well one good and faithful Mall orders promptly attended to and jiappy Md corneal khovrioj The R deilred fall when in Ushtolth morula your patronage Want has alwaya been tho Irib- - Chtttt a Uwp dJljrtm t pajd Mr IlnnkB Ct6locuvrrkeRothMtKUiiipClNewYwk the city f A jllayg WlN0IKBS Candidate for Assessor of Wolfo In the circuit court at Campion Our young friend Jeff M Rose Instwook John Smith for killinii Coughing leads to consumption of Lacy creek is announced in Kemps Balsam stops tho cough at V II Reynolds about a year ago jjvnB sentenced to the penitentiary this issue of our paper for the once fur ftv n vmira Tuniu- ffunhc fir position of assessor of Wolfe coun Â¬ -j D A Whiiaker near this place bleating togs aiso received a sen ty subject to tho action of the party Mr Kose is a has sold his farm to K F Cecil and lonco to tho pen Wo were promi- Â¬ democratic sed a full report of proceedings young man of the very highest W S Walters for 2500 Thoro but it failed to reach us from some moral standing thoroughly honest is about 200 acres in the tract Mr and amply qualified for the duties Whitaker contemplates locating in cniiHo of the position he seeks and the Texas at an early dato Our young friend A T Combs people would make no mistake in n short timo airo informed us that J II Thompson log measurer selecting him This is the first iho would bo a candidate forsherifi time he has ever sought office of for tha K U company started to of this county Thrasher has rode any kind but he has always been Clay City in a jo boat on Thursday donutv sherilV been master com- - an advocate of Jacksonian democ Â¬ morning adown Red river 1 1 jiiuBBjuitcr aim nis ucquuiniuiiuu racy and his preferment would with the people fits him for the reflect credit alike upon his con Â¬ J F LOCK II A KT Jplaco When ho announces for stituents and himself tll llnuW inn m Vji ti ill JIIIVU innni ii vniui nil lnnm mull fc 9 V fW t F3 Wants to be Deputy Marshal leay of him flnHLj W A Hvrd of Campton is an KZKL KY Win Shoemaker who lives on applicant for the position of U S tho state road between this place deputy marshal under the coming A HOWARD 8TAMPKK fund May town was caught in the administration and his friends in JLJL ATTOKNKY-AT-LAW bolting of tho Sandfield saw mill this section hopo to see him secure CAMPTON KY on Wednesday and so badly torn tho place Mr Hyrd was for a to pioces that there iH little hope of of Wolfe anil the Will practice in the while deputy sheritV of this county luljoinliiK cnimtieii courtbimlucM cntriiNtcd All 1ub recovery Dr Kash of this and discharged tho duties of tho cure will receive prompt attention jplaco was called and dressed tho position in such a manner as to toour injured mans wounds and we un leave nodoubtof his fitness for tho OMBS HOUtfK CAMPTON KY idorstand ho sayB thero is little or placo ho now seoks and wo believe no hopo for him if he is appointed that ho will t S S COM IIS PaoriUKToa make a faithful and fearless officer er No 12 W Short St a lioguinr m Lexington Ky All Hours t Ilronkfunt front T M to 0 y Open OyHtern Lamb Frlon Fitih ClilekoiiH ami QhmIIh a Hpccialty i M from r a m to 12 e m v CU8 LUIGART ZiAJKtjAJA St fijLAujtifaJSiL XZjC KZ 7ZjIK2KZ MonlH 2ft M Ccntx to 0 a Dinner from Icii1h to Order at 10 A M to 8 v Supper from b v Proprietor DR UlfilCGfiALES 1 TU A poKltivo ttfrlliHK HEADACHE AND A VALUABLE FARM nail pcriunnciit cure for all forum FOR SALE Aw ncnt of the owner t offer for anlc at private contract a valuable farm In Morgan county Ky containing NEURALGIA H t Tlila farm located inllci east of llitxel lirecn on the road leading from llcthialum the human Hyatcm church to Went Liberty and Is only one alf mile from the church btilldlnir Ad KIKCIAMY COMIOUNDIU IIY olnlnj the place ia the publlo school build There la a S rooin nir for the district S dwelling on the place in good repair and u good barn IOx 10 feet tilxty acres of tho land la cleared and tho The reiutlt of many yenm experionco us a remainder covered with a virgin foreat of itpuciiilint in the treatment of pain Oak Pine Poplar elo till nervous diKeaftci There Is a splendid well of water and a fine youne orchard of oO bearing apple tree on 20 1869 HrHUON IM June the place The Dr Whitehall MegrliiilnaCo toTO incwh My wife hnd not been free 01 Aftf will buy the place Jentletnen Bnd balance in one and tw years from headache for two day at a time for with omial notes at 0 per cent well secured ten yenm until she ued your celebrated partloulara address ifuror further 81KNOER COOPKR It atops her lieml The pntrouHe of the traveling public It remedy MKQHIMINK LOCALS IANK Tnhlo the bet and nche and leuvci no bad eflfecta and that la respectfully lolielteil Haeel Green Ky dnOtf every attention to the comfort of ruckIr more than all my medical frlenda and mv 1 positively When tho snow bogan tomelt been able to do Hflf have ra ji recommend itit iiro for all forma of headache the boys began to gat hor corn and CO or neuralgia Tuke it atrietly in aocordaucu THE bet they have got a move on you with directions and you will at surely bo relieved Ynura truly There is to bo a wedding soon Ia running conatantly anil doing the beat 0 8 It PRATr M 1 though we promisod CtucHH who loweat prices ofHee on at The jar Hold auarnntiiIlernldoeum u boa ol work at theaccommodations fur eustemera Hpcclal AO Sam not to tell tlvtt from a distance IWehor Trent is moving back to Without detriment to our home trade Wo DR UJfilCGRaLLS Pence branch from Campton Is 1 Tho mom prompt anfe nml sum relief for all acute paiiiH in nay part of 108 AcitKs Mork on Less WHITEHALL MD c JlUl HYTOWK V Anti Bilious -o Pills Â¬ Â¬ No Bids Offend for Bid Rolls v -- its U1 WlUTKIIAMd ANTJ WMOITH PIMA 1 Mm inaka am how prepared t wit Imperfect action of the stomach liver and and ather garnupM in the MtH bowela loads the system with poisonous billtatinar matter that mint We thrown off r style fcktUfcetM gttamatJ a awl HM AIw ihek tk art f tawing dtaai will he the result ANTMUMOU8 rMUKMl disease PIMJi are asfejuard 35 ceut a Vhx ViFor atle at this We do not make them and have e demand For regulating the bowels and for the In our trade prevention and cure of constipation and In- for them relieve that dull cidental diseases They THE MAYTOWN MM CO feeling In the stomach or bowels bad taste heart In the taouth sallow complexion W MANKEKMxaager J17tf burn Indigestion that worn out and tired feel ir melancholy and general debility resulting from Imperfect aetton of tha vital organs Nothing will produce such a com plete renovation of the whole system as DIt 1 11 Â¬ mmwt ilre Dfwwtm it alnt Hazel Green Herald 8JMCK0KK COOPER Publisher UAZKrZQRKKN w leare thin hut alonet No do not answer thcro in no tlmo If yotir own honor Is nslcctl if yonr mothers heart is broken if little Fairfax dlea for want of remedies Jila pridofu sister KY might have won hint th cn I call pod Ito witness that tho sin Lio your tHIt not TALKING AT THE BUtbo Ton and Suo went wantfnjj ing down tho lnncv With guarded words whllo talking lag In rcfrnlnt QATE wept walk Â¬ whllo talk head Tho wonityiti Wsom roso nml foil wordsVushing to her lips died upon mom alio iicnru ncrown uenrtucuung tltunderotis in her throat Cornel For tho sake of all dear to ciuteoTmother brother oomot Of Sight Vile despicable an tho man pleaded Tito evening stars camo blinking ramo blinking I tun in your cyan lot mo ntmm in purtj on thfc nftit J by saving youand KnirfaV The birds hail ceased their singing tholr sing- Ulho nob so closo to Carolyn Clfivs injttor they I m i A great evening ulr wni ringing with ringing lifTfSi imrst through them Tho gleamed in tho deep eyes of tljo traitor rotmdalay Of Insect llfo niul humming of humming soft Virglninn nnd ngaltt wlth46bseeratiou The sun wangonllyslnldng sinking slowly out you jy The moonlight slowly coining silvery How ntul low coming on with Tho twjllrtht daws word falllngvmiro fiilllngifnr - j i i tit rrT nnd urair Tho whip poor n Ills wcru calling cnlllng wil nnd low yut oleur Tito flower wero gently slcoping sleeping with ft fWA azsjtv fT- - frnitrnnl breath Their vlglUi ulonoly keeping kreplug mtmblnnco faint of death Tho brook kept up Its flinging dinging light spray us It went Mown the hillHldo ntuglug singing songs of sweet content In lt cborutscKl volcoof gladnonsof gkulnessnnd guloro From It woodlnnd shades of sndnoss to sad AL X3 s i ri us now knows truo - half sob bore tho words to pou Tho clunk of arms enma faintly or At Iiis touch tlto horao tho wind moved Boftly cn into the snowy rotul iho tnnn standing still with bared head jhnd eyes upraised Tlicn when tho whirling eddies hid tlto rider from his Mght that bold rider that reckle w soldier that traitor Virginian fell uion his knees and droppud itis faeo in his clasped hands Soon ho roue with gesture of dellnneo to tho now elear Houndlng anus turned into the denser woods and strode rapid- ly away Five minutes later the relief reached the extra pout at the hut Xo sentry bhallongcd and the lunk Now Knglnud sorgcattt advancing warily stumbled over tho prostrate trooper conscious but sick and disuty Calling the relief to advance the ser Â¬ geant raised tho supposed offender as lie muttered to himself Cant blnmo him much Might my- Â¬ self such a nasty night Uut where in tnrnal thunder did ho git tho rnmV i lhew flilorofornil looking1 on - j ly - J fit A OIIAPTKi A V nALTtMOIIi WAH IAllTY Â¬ nevermore Thus Tom nnil Suo togother togathor down tho Inn w llognrdles of tho rain Wnlkwl nldo by side qulto slowly slowly eroMlng oer the Mtllu With voire tone sweet nnd lowly sweot nnd lowlv nil the while The bourn row long nud longer grow longer as they sMd And tho falling dews spun ntrongor still stronger gauy thread Whoa Tow nnd Sue returning ramming up the round tho light of loe still burning nml burn ing tHigulngnlu Is no outlier tho ncnlhor wind or Af I If -- I g KaT- mx fi - I 01 JT r mm ljJt JLVJUI Vli dMm Ml fty I i in the handsomely decorated parlors of Mrs Ciilmnr flray -- brilliant and representative gathering but not a largo one had assembled ji ur i nvrocHine 10015 mi3 -- r -suit TOO r TO NSWKKKI KNOW AlIr THK Â¬ piteous iu its meekness he held nut his Where lae It hud been darkened darkened sad hand HltncMt out With Iniwed head but quick gesture To Dame iovslp they hud bunrkened hoarkoued fvlj of doubt of dissent the woman withdrew her Hut tkc wain anew went roving went roving own half extended to take it but she town tho tune And uUklHg of lovosnd loving of loving nnd of pointed to the door without a word palm into the olinding units of snow Thoir former llfo reviewing reviewing under whirling and eddying now in the colder wind iwssed those two ho carefully brratli Tholr vows of old renewing renewing unto closing the door to hide all gleam from denth A few paces through the soft So Tout nml Suo went wnlking went wnlklng to within white camel then the woman drew tluHrfnto 6ud Nnrnthnl ctiiuo while tnlklng while talk back shivering with what had been a Ingnt the unto cry but for his warning hand upon hor Clnrk V Urynn in Oootl Housekeeping nrut My Godl You killed 44 Mi No Carolyn are you a child FithuglP whispered 40uo sound and they are upon us llonwomau Kcinem- AliiIh on swiftlv nnd nnisrlrjudv tn D the skirt of woods into ts heart through crisp snow clad underbrush out into the open a hundred yards be yontl There stood a noble horse sad dled out untctheretl a cavalry blanket wound about tho pommel to form a la dys seat As ritzhugh approached the bruto reared his muzzle about to whinney but was silent at his masters quick So o boy touch Steady Custer He turned to the girl who started in stinctively at tho name That is his name you must use it for he knows no other Nor docs he know whip or need Â¬ i That fair and gracious hostess still among the most attractive of the Mon Â¬ umental citys society lcadcrn was as Â¬ sisted in entertainment of distinguished guests by two brilliant daughters noted belles in that tfity among whose women beauty and ciinement are the rule To 1m th of these ti Misses Westches- Â¬ ter for the fair nuvrr n had solaced a sometimo widowhood at tho earnest pleading of Mr tlilmor ray n noted s club bachelor in armor added travel accom Â¬ plishment and high culture of rnre musical gifts Miss Jessie small bru nette and plquante was a balludist sec Â¬ ond to none in that musical center nnd her interpretation of Herman songs especially had repute scarce attninud by the perfct mastery of her Krard piano that showed under the strong precise hands of her sister blonde im- Â¬ perious stately and Miss Westchester by grace of eighteen months lapsu About theno handsome rooms com fortnbly moved a company rarely dis tinguished even at a dav when the strong current of national events bore on it the strongest most cultured and best known men ami women of tho hind And close vicinage to the nation- eapital added to some Paltimoro re-unions the glitter of uniforms military us well as diplomatic and the glamour supposcd-to-be-imper-viou- Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 berFairfa l I iiy ICopyrlfbt CHAITLU ltlr I J II HiMvlnl t J n5 I jp - w tin wb tv j j c in IV iion IONTINCCI of great names Indeed during the war time Haiti- mm society ws muquc ueyoim uuy tin America and a broad deep stream of sentiment- - picketed on one side by de- Â¬ fiant outspoken feeling on the other by f ArriiBPiniitl Ipplnoott Co ind rublUbed III in lift I -v c V 1 - If - V Hitter hard as you are tho man answered calmly but with laboring breiM your pride will min all Miss Clay by overy mcinorj of the past by tho grave f my dead mother 1 swear I speak the trutu In the copse yonder stands my horse TW sentry is power less An hours ride brings yon to roads you know sunrise sees you safo fcnnr Soenlc In him iih vmi worn hi with confederate cavalry Hy my soul mistress and ho will carry you to safe- 1 swear I speak only truth tv nnd freedom Let bin hnvo lu And did 1 trust you head ho knows every foot of road Yes I know he interrupted eager until day breaks Then you should bo ly almost happily If you do it is Scruggs farm Take tho left fork not that you hate dcsplso mo less but at there An hours gallop should bring that you wtttf use such vile means for yon to Hosscrs advance Col Randolph tho cause Wtll you come in command They aro moving straight Again ho extended his hand entreat- Â¬ for Harpers Ferry to cut us ofT Tlioy Again tho woman drow back aro in our rear ho hesitated an in- Â¬ ing with a shudder stant speaking very slowly as the girl Oh God Daro I trust this man You under stared blankly at him burst from her lips in half sob stand they aro in our rear ami tho ho whispered eagerly general trirt not strike them at Hockleys You can You can tnist me as you could Kvan Cross Itoads this morning as ho expect for your oten sako for your cause for Now mount llttlo Fairfax Tho mnns tone had changed from rou know Sho stared at him that ho had used in tho hut Perfectly Ho hesitated an in- Â¬ respectful ho yet spoke in a voice of Yea I know adding almost tlercoly It is tho command that swayed tho woman stant spys business the traitors to know with a souse of power again his all Poor little Fairfax Ho held out his hand Without hesi Â¬ voice rationed to Intlnlto tenderness tation she placed her foot In it and was 44ho will die you will murder him un Â¬ lifted lightly to saddle tho reins easy less you use these moans to save An in her firm grasp her foot in tho lioura ride and you uro free safo thoughtfully shortened stlrrop among frlonds bared Then With something like a sob ho finished blinding the man snow his head In the speaking with driving raising his hand to push tlto damp hair quiet deference her lover lords had back from hla forehead Thu embers never used to Hrltaius virgin queen flickered Into blaze again throwing You understand Miss Clay lot Cus- Â¬ full light upon his face and tho woman ter go his own way until you atriko hesitant till then again drow back Scruggs Then the left fork ami IJos fchuddurlng Ho paused listening sors advance Tlmt scar Au omonl BhocrUul No timo to loso I hear dls intently Cains brand upon your forehead warns taut chango of arms Tho relief is out me not to trust tho traltoiGod speed you and save your boyl Ho itnred at her wondering Tho woman sat motionless wordless sho answered to tho Hypocrite look 1 too know all th swift con Â¬ as though sho were in n dream ami federate brand upon you CapU Char- Â¬ feared to wako and find it so Suddenly she broke down with u great effort half ltons bullet marked sobbing Charlton Oh if Oh I should thank A great nmocQ updo hls faco blank ho answered softly but with narab passed bin llnsht ono instant Then the Ills a great tremor in his voice and his lips low vengeful as a curse breast roso nnd foil as ho dashed his hand Involuntarily strotched towards lint to hi head striding ono stop to her changed Itn direction and stroked caressingly tho tenso wet neck of tho wards her felcntlessV ho sald rap horse that rubbed its muzzle softly on Obstiuatc Will you prove his shoulder tdly In hollow voice Then ho turned away hesitated Wflsh ns woll Carolyn Clay I havo mid what man tnw say Did I say ono spoke Godl gflrl do not tempi mo even voMwore dW I cenrtV you then I to say what I should ftfctald lPf4w wysejf aaypu dearrffe mel J for sake of you ntf Go Carolyn gol War 1 Hftvo solemnly awom to twv yow at not ik YUk or of all that U left to me at U uncertain my Ufa In unusual peril TWk of klof a ifirl Mk yon eould If you har I have- died the spys death tVw to pray for the soul jou belhm A atomta Kior mvmt 1 aww I ererythiaf the eoul that God la Heave cowiuaaAaa U lost JM1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - prudence sagacity tact and ceaseless watchfulness Uowed through the social city as dangerous and difficult to pass as the near flowing Potomac Hut if tho despots heel was really pressing on Marylands shore it cer- Â¬ tainly seemed shod in slipper of velvet at her capital of society and of commerce For stronghold of southern sympa thizers the rebel nest as Washington held her to be most of Halthnoros lend- ST aicient to keep ua1l1nt1t Â¬ Â¬ thai chance to rellove that of thoso nbsoat ones whoso causo thoy so defended nnd revered Hut tho quiet and moro tactful set while doing noth- Â¬ ing to hurt their own consciences yet kept on easy terms with thoso of differ- Â¬ ing political color And who shall blame them if at tho same tlmo tlioy kept eye ami ear alert for ovcry ohanco which might profit distant frlonds by ready hand or open purse For many of tluwe also had thoir noxt of kin in tho southern army some nn humblo privates some again high in rank nnd sending echo of their names beyond tho river for deeds of derriug do Thus the social situation of the hour was one of exceeding delicacy demand Â¬ ing for its solution not only tact and ease iu society usage but courage intelligence and diplomacy as well Of old historic family on both sides nnd with unstinted means the tiilmor Grays were facile leaders in the gayest events of that eventful winter and to Â¬ nights musleale simply an informal ono almost impromptu to which guests had been bidden only tho previous day was eclipsed in quality at least by no previous occasion Mias Westchester had finished a sparkling rendering of a Chopin waltz when her sister was led to the piano by Tho deep hush a cabinet minister wrapping all in the music mom through the notes of Gounods Jewel Song for Faust was then a novelty in Paris broke into spontaneous rush of gloved hands together demanding its encore The light of well won praise lit the girls richly colored face as she raised her dark eyes from fringing lashes Suddenly they fell upon a new Â¬ comer in the door wuy and the light quickly changed to a deeper and more meaning one Hut she quickly dropped her face and her fingers idly touched the keys igniu Handsome fellow that quite dis tingue the cabinet member s iid fol lowing her glance then letting his own rest admiringly on the face she did not raise to reply of- - mammas Hid An old frien never meet him before judge Scarcely possible Miss Iteie the dignitary answered Even among the thousands of new faces I would not forget that one Hut we are forgetting what is more important the encore It shall be a simple old ballad then she answered and again she shot one swift glance into the dark eyes of Peyton nthugh elegantly languid in He made no movement evening dros save to smooth rather foppishly the blade hair brushed low on his broad brow Net iiutant all the fire in the girls vibrant soprano was ringing in Charlie Is My that old rebel ditty Darling The elegant traitor listened to tho very last imte leaning lightly against the door frame but with no changed expression on his strong quiet face Nor did h respond to even if he caught thequiek glance the singers eyes again sent him with the last note but his gloved hand joined in tho apÂ¬ plause as the bachelor functionary at the piano bending over tho girl in evi Â¬ dent admiration said softly Enviable Charlie Misslicssio Hut yon certainly do sing Scotch ballads UiBw Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 3W4iNJ2JrfVO0a EtS Mrs Anna atttftcrluttil QTl--- Q - Knlntnaoo Mkh hail swclllugs lu Uioncckot Goitre J hocrnUMnJ Knvit suffering When sho caught cold could not walk two 1KuKs s ithout fainting Slio took 40 Years MSoods Ami is now freo from it all She has urged many others to talco Hoods Snrsnparllla and they havo nlo been cured It w 111 do you good Sarsaparilla HOODS PILLS Curo nil Liver llln Jnundlce t Irk henilnvbe lillloimie aour tomnch nausea DR KIR IVJCRS ICidneyT Liverand BladdorCure ImnVuro pnln in Joints or I nek brick duet In mine liviiwnt cuIh Irritation ItitliurmUou KiiU ulcerutiuii or eiiturh ol bladder Imnnlrci llsrc4Inn Rout billlous hendnche dlltKultied H AfSa IEOOTciins khlu Xm iniie ui limry trouble heights liscttse Pcrof ulii malaria peal wenkness ordcblllty Oimrniitrc tw content of Onopottlo Ifnotliea cflted Iiivtrht wlllrcfuij tojon tla ptl o jvitd At KriisuiKtH riOc Slc 100 Klzo Inrnllil Da Kiunrii OuUo to llMltlifre- - Consvltntnn tree S Co ItiNCiii amton X Y Dr Bulls Cough Syrup eteSSSLr Thank you she answered Simple unscientific as thoy are tome of them are great favorites of mine This for instance Sho broke quickly into tho liltful One of my neighbors Mr John All the Pdue Honnets Aro melody uieir mmikhto shim huvi i m iiw uu j Over the Horder Gilbert has been sick for a long Hut the glance sho may have been otherwise in aid to strug gling friend or relative beyond the bor sent to tho doorway as its accompani Â¬ time All thought him past recovery itzliugh had been re- Â¬ lie was horribly emaciated from the ment der however much of disgust may in placedwas lost by a blonde jouth wearing per- - inaction of his liver and kidneys mauy instances havo lurked beneath the smile Never professing loyalty It is difficult to describe his appear- Â¬ as the word was then mistranslated ance and the miserable state of his these were wise enough to repress all health at that time Help from any blatant hint of ita opposite well real- Â¬ source seemed impossible He tried izing that no good could possibly result your August Flower and the efTect therefrom while one chance word might upon him was magical It restored mar all future possibility of usefulness him to perfect health to the great even while resulting in immediate hurt astonishment of his family and or danger friends JolmQuibcll Holt Ont If not profound Bociety peace thero reigned at least a social truce sensitive 5D03ES 253 jgS unformulated liable to rupture on slight Hrifflifi uBSgreaT for it might have been of tho occasion social situation then that was written con amore 6AUgUSt PP Flower Â¬ Â¬ 1- - Though yo conquer us men of tho north Uuovr ve not What fierce nullcn hatred lurks under tho iHILOHS Bear How loyal ran Venice to Iarourg I wot How dearly the Pole lores hi father tho erar irl wlt - fr Yet tinder more than one roof which covered a family of tho best old stock every heart beating in perfect unison with the stmggling southrons wero re- Â¬ ceived men and women who widely dif Â¬ fered in every public matter but wero wholly congenial in every social one And that tactful grace which has ever been the chief charm of Haltimoro so Â¬ ciety deftly rounded dangerous and treacherous headlands of opinion to glldo safely into tlure neutral waters of simple nooiol contact Exceptions there were even In such houreholdh where the fair larylander thought her ear profaned by i had courteous address from the Yankee her hand polluted by his nodal touch Such openly paraded tholr sympathies and sang aloud the praises of their dear ones sclf oxlled to do battlu for tho cause they knew ito bo right oven as tho first ernsnderu battled for tho sop ulelier And some of these dotlont fair ones 1 fortunately thqugh In rare ex- Â¬ ception defied all orders and regulation prayerfully imploring martyrdom by daunting tho confederate colors and in at least Jnstancesr wrapping themselves in tho adored stars and bars k in full publicity As fearieM as rvtf Vf ere injudicious some Haltinwrcaus not only brought ufferlnff upon thcmwlT but wtlLhdljr Thront live dfs A r- - Jill CUAIIACTSU IH IIIS WAY OWN FATHXTEn Bile Beons Small JOKERS Ml Cures Consumption Couch Croup 8ore Sold by all Lysine i0UGHl CURE Dnigcim on a Cuarnte svfitm feet clothes and his own particular smile upon his fair chiseled features Guaranteed to cur Plllotn Attaclra BleV undeniably aristocratic His own par-Â¬ ITrndaeho nud tUKtliuiloii 40 in ooca ticular knack too elevated his arched bottie Irleo We For ftalo by druggists ricture -- 7 17 70 nnd namplo doo rrc eyebrows wonderlngly yet never wrinkling his soft boyish forehead A 0 f SUITH A CO Pr pttttors HZVt WiK character in his own patented way hiding carefully any strength of charf1l5EHD acter ho had universally popular for plainly admirable traits and perfect k rTifwW rhlch mnuncrs was Mr William Howard Mo If used by NVlve nbouttoorprlcnc tbo 1 to noted society man nplteofhls unnttained majority and almost girlish gentleness he was descended from n signer on his mothers side from wealthy ancestry on both He was too a budding wit whose good heart and unfailing tact made him as populat with the olub set as he waa with the german by divine right of heels A nttomlant npo ChlUrtri prove an lufaihMo rpeci rclRl ordeal tobothmtthwsau child HaforandobvutM thotcrturcoofcpB flnenicutleuoalnc tho dan rs thereof ttruRgtU of lbyM Btby Ito as oeTtxuxn HASTMCLD KCQUUTOR O cstirta price on pia CO toUlciirgsfe ATtARTA 81JM reP f ki 4 Ui 1 - f I W aA Swf t i n DEFICIT CONFESSED Â¬ ollcltiido for the worklngumn for HOME HINTS AND HELPS whom bo snys It has been his Harri DHcloiuro of Secretary Vot sons cure to Increase those home en Hnm Halls Talco ono half cupful of tora Itcnort tlma I boiho yonra the joyments aud family comforts without bread crumbs and mix with two ogga For the Hrst uuu runuy which life is neither hopeful noi woll beaten chop line sotno bits of xold IWcreUxry of tno ircnsury sweet After vinr to present bin report to con reference to thethis somewhat vnjfnc boiled ham and mix with them Make Urussels carpet and Into balls and fry Home day und it passed L nunou Its opening from Secretary Fos- - plauo with which he and his policy Huston Cornbrcadt Ono cup wect frith no Mcteinont brief tablo of estimates of have supplied the parlor of every worlc milk two cups of sour mlllc two thirds Lr but the ItiRmau ho concedes that tho result of a cup of molasses ono cup of Hour iwroprmtionH tor the next llseul year of tho recent election be 0 llc virJoUS departments as having Introduced mustnew accented four cups of cornmeal two teaspoon M P a policy steam thrtie inures carry iHtven these metier the deception He will not insult the democrats by In- fuls of a scnla minutes In tho hours andÂ¬ oven Derevelation of brown few With tlietn a Icracticcd upon the people by the trcus- - timating that they will be false to troit Free Press fury department under the Harrison their pledges to Inaugurate a tariff for Hickory nut KIsschs Take whites Ljmnlstration Fortunately there Is revenue only and he says tljat the con- Â¬ of three eggs one half pound of pulver- Â¬ tention has not been between sched ized sugar ami Loso to hand a test to which the ad- - ules but a tcaeupful shopped principles lie then condoles ministrations candor truthfulness and with the farmer and finally with un nuts Heat tho eggs light then add be put a test furnished kfUnbllUy sugar and nuts Drop with a tcaspoou diminished confidence in protection on ndmJnlstraUon Itself hot buttered tins bake quickly hr the he recommends that Mthe whole sub Orange ludd Farmer a year ngo Secretary Knster fur- - ject of Just tariff revision bo left to tho Inj 1111resH and the country with Kahili 1ufTs Two eggs half a cup-Â¬ ci coming congress and declares it a Br HnotimnteH for the fiscal year be- ful of butter three teaspoonfuls bak Â¬ matter WnulnRluly 1 1SHS T1iom estimates vision of regret that the inevitable re- ing powder two tablespoonfuls sugar must be delayed for at least - uu rntwo cupfuls tloui one cupful mlllc ono nt the iiiue to cheat the poo three months cupful raisins chopped line Steam trnthful and designed On the silver question he Is noncomnlii The timo has now come when the mittal to the last half an hour in small cups This is an lie t uu mendation alleging lamakes no recom excellent pudding Country leutle irnUd CnU no IUIIm in niiitumni excuse that the intimates of December 7 1801 and Do- llrusscls conference Is still in session man lSDJt 4 tambcrft 1M for the fiscal year Creamed Potatoes Holl mash lie hints very strongly that the bullion fare nil the evldeneo needed to expose storage act ought to be repealed but season with salt and butter make lihe Harrison administration of the moderately moist with cream beat in nnrv We uuote Charles Fost er here also he avoids making a recom the whipped white of tan iffa mould In mendation tgalnstChnrles Foster In dealing with the condition of the a pie plate and set in the oven until KSTIU TKl MTKOnilATllW treasury he claims that the year left on slightly browned remove sprinkle i tsnt 134K1WI a7in nr hand a surplus of iUOMOOO the differ with pepper and lay small bits of but Â¬ jpWale suwhwh ence between lvotit Ksecutlvtf Practical Fanner iTrMlSUU0 receipts and ter on to VVttVH judicial ParisitMiue Potatoes Peal raw po Â¬ JirlVjuH expenditures iinsiiM lie argues JVroWii JMSW0I7I nny on a i s that it was much better to spend the tatoes ami leave in cold water half an it IM J II surplus than to leave it in the treasury hour Wipe and with a vegetable Nvy S srtiwis iSUInn 147001 AMI lhlSltfl or deposit it in banks without interest scoop cut mt round balls nnd throw is in i tin lubllo orl into ice water in fifteen minutes drain wir i id lie forgets to add however that neariiHMisMlswlli i ir w xi 7tJ3ISSJ ly the whole of the available surplus wipe aud drop into a kettle of boiling Permouftii on his bocks has consisted of such de- Â¬ fat when brown skim out the halls lTBOWtllXrt fUMOI ilft m Tolrtt posits drain on brown paper and pile at either Ve print the two estimates in full In his reference to the report of the end of the fish platter litirnlsh with first bcause they confirm all thai was secretary of stale he develops some celery tips Housekeeper laUl a year ago in criticism or Foster Oyster Salad Clean ono pint of Second beciuse thev show precisely ftlMr facts in his uuti tsimidinn pol d iceominends the establishment Wrethe responsibility for increased ilV communication between the lakes white celery and cut into tine pieces Season with salt Parboil one pint of rests niil third leemse of vnnrtiiil independently of the St oysters drain and when cold mix them ftiieydLsehvo the existence of the deficit Lawrence with a French dressing lut a layer in the treasury created by the repub In his long and prosing comments on of shredded lettuce in a salad bowl icnirpnnv wnieu u nas nunerio irieti the atfairs of other departments he sprinkle with a French dressing add to cover up Tho estimates printed before the writes only what ho would naturally tlie oysters ami celery cover with a Mayonnaise dressing anil garnish with presidential election in round numbers be expected to say The message is spoiled by a mass of pickled barberries Hoston Hudget wore cli0O0OO0l short of the estiinates-- Celery Salad with Mayonnaise Cut Hprinted since the election which are badly digested statistics which deprive it of all dignity reducing it to the away the green leaves and thoroughly A year ago jsomewhere near the facts tlm llnriSvitii ii1tiiuiit iit inn wished level of the report of a special agent of clean some celery cut into shreds cross Â¬ v v the census Take it all In all it is per wise season with salt pepper vinegar me people io ueueve insii inuir govern haps the poorest and dullest message and a little oil dish up and nerve over ment was frugally administered The it a mayonnaise dressing as follows people have voted that they know let- - Mr Harrison ever wrote no Kub the inside of an earthenware bowl His conclusion is characteristic tcr thev have seen tlirouuli the ilocep cannot foriret the civil war sectional- - with a piece of onion break in two raw i i wnim ii iuiiiii ii iti uiiviii uiii iii iiiiii amuii l si li ami Mi i easseriiiiir i is uumuuii oh yolks of eggs a teaspoonful of dry longer keep it no if it trieil l i r mustard a little salt and pepper It will be noted that the increase is n - ouimemiiiw umt white mi well ami add a few drops almost entirelv in the i terns of penj do sometlimg to stop lynehings more of oil from time to time stirring mean Â¬ ions S UUOO 000 and permanent nual appropriations In esneeiallv the lvnchinsr of neirroes As while with a wooden spoon When a St 000 001 Shcse expt ndtturcs the democratic con- Â¬ he is not charged bv the constitution foundation is started add a little vine Â¬ gress had no share They include the to make recommendations to the coun gar to thin it a little keep adding oil a re Uojraiics of the Heed congress and the ty sheriffs this stands simply for and vinegar alternately until Mtlll of radical animosity towards cient dressing is made Hostou Herald management to the assert ion jHsirrison pension to bear the people Tiu total of the remaining es- - the states thus singled out charge of lawlessness made LACE AND FUR TOGETHER itimntcK i less than the figures of a odium of a from the white house in a state papei fear ago In the permanent annual ap It h Kvcnliii Ctmn hikI Millinery Mum Till of record propriations are included the amounts to remain forever character of the ClMlltlllltttlllll in keeping with the Ineided for the subsidies and bounties What a strange commingling is ap Â¬ be his closing iToted by the Heed conirress the de rinan that these should words to the American people St proved by fashion in the wintry days fault of payments to the sinking fund that are to come As if endeavoring to Locks He public BJYc assume bv the Harrison adminis still retain some of the beauty of sum- Â¬ tration int rest on the bonded debt it mer luce nestles in closely against the POINTED PARAGRAPHS Ktxtcnrtcd because the treasury did not warmth of fur and thus are found the Ifinve the iiiunev to nav the bonded Mr Harrisoirs cabinet complains typical trimmings of two seasons in a 3eht which fell ilue mid the other acts n nvii ivnilt but it is the country that union rare but not unpleasant Sit dishonest aud untruthful treasury has given the most striking evidence of An evening gown of white satin was being tired St Faul Jlobe management for the last two years bordered by a deep edge of sable aud A year The president passes the force it was wondrously rich to look upon ao estimating that epondi- rturcs would be It is only human Pale yellow also combines well with i 1000000 in round bill by barely a iuh inumhers ami making no provision for to cherish some resentment toward the fur of all sorts A crepo of this tint Louisville Courier had the neck edgetl with beaver and tlhcsiaUiig fund Secretary Foster told club that hit you mio IHonle that the treasnrv would Journal panels of heliotrope velvet outlined ill thoiv a surplus of SI fOlKiODO He now A Tom llatt still has llnrrisons the same warm toned garniture limits that his estimate of cxpendi promise of the control of New York pale pink bengallne trimmed with res was 00 000 010 short of the truth patronage in writing It is a valuable jetted lace and black fur was a dream Sand his surplus of 11000000 becomes souvenir or the late campaign St though probably a very palpable reali- Â¬ a deficit for the fiscal year lut l on Louis Kepublie ty to the husband who paid the bill foUown liLures of PliUHIO000 A white silver spangled net had tho republican leaders sneered The Four years ago Secretary Fairehilds spring at tho democratic policy of necU outlined In wolverine and tho silk last What nuderpetticoat iwas likewise bordered Report at this time showed an annual punching holes in the tnritV pnrplusof vooo000 after all sinking do thev think of the peoples policy d with the fur In millinery mink tails pynd rcnireinents had been met To punching holes in the republican sealskin crowns baud of Persian lamb FilaV Set relsirv IiiJiiic ivtimntos eon- - party N Y World anil even ermine are much used and IJess an annual deficit of S MOODOOO is no state in the union In nearly always in con ju notion with souio There nnil n i i i - in uuiiui aiioui tiueuieiue n nn which the republican party is more of filmy material that makes the contrast fcinUlnir fund law The ebaiiLe of atl- r back number than Wisconsin Oov still greater One charming hat had a Ciinlstratlon will come none too Anu Peck says there is nothing left of it wired rim of duchess lace a crown of Awav argus except the colored man w ho tends the miukuml bow of lace intermixed with nodding roses as the trimming furnace in the state house cellar HARRISONS FAREWELL A black lace hat was tsimllar treated js scarcely possible that tho reIt jowo or the DUeliKiireH ol tlio rreshleiitN publican party us a whole will be in with ermine but had black tips instead Â¬ fc latt llensnije sane enough to adopt the views of Its of the roses The tiny hands of non 3 Mr Harrisons farewell nieswigo is members In Ohio If it does it will be descript animals peep out from tippets nnd even the fastenings iint mirht very well have been ex so laid out in t0 that iu candidate will loops on hats popular is anything sug- Â¬ jjected from him a reiteration df his Km of gowns so know he is running--HufVui- o not VU ancrt that whether triumphant or gestive of fur for all trlmmings this quSrer Wfeatfd he is oio of the best wisest got money season when springs and summer are Partner Miller hasnt forest inot ttiiiMitt unil fallible enough to pay all the special deputy brought to bear on costumes and eha ru Jfwn the country ever produced This is marshals who were sworn In to elect peaux meant for winter wear Phila Â¬ ta- liiii i iii riiiie in i no piLMMii im ivi As they did not cam their delphia Tiniiis h is pitched throughout in a minor Harrison doing it 1artner Miller does money by lire for Yoiitiir lrU cW Mr Harrison Ik no longer trueu- - not seem to be in imy Kpacial hurry In suminlpg up the matter of dress fpt but he takes pains to deny that about getting them paid off -- St Louis appropriate for all appearances of wnb wrong mi u single point of the Kepublie young girls before tho public one can Mlcy of ilts administration He goes The malingers of the various not too strongly urge tho golden mean I reiterating his Indorsoiuent of tin plate mills now say that rylhiughe has prevhmsly advocateil American propose to shut down but of simplicity as the safest truest guide ihlghtarur to force bill and ship tlwv do not tariff on tin platol re on all points where doubt may arise Mil cilt that if the counsel m a 3 not be at lrjiid B tho dMy cnee and dccoratlon is the bane of our ago Ovcr VTlf so who exoected to hoai a lfy- - moved thev will take -- u f ilntr imnloves S Ollt OI me HWBCl- and country The charge against uu i ill Mic party win ue umor- JnK urentcr niimuer can oe mu- - of extravagance in drens rings through Li hnve J ginted The message seems to plin of opcra every part of tho civilized world where n hSH gftuuliuim H seems to be tho work J vill be attended with dlflleult- y- our women circulate If Amcrlcnu manwho ivcognlcs that his pub- - J women would hold on to their admira Â¬ Pjcareer Is idosel whoso only care Is ce1 wMc VnAfni ble and Instinctive sense of tho Metr Rtwep hts fUC0 to tho company as he luwnrC was bjlng read be nal fitness of thofr gowns to their ri ihnwlf oL Hut iso firmly con- - vak i in IIIIIIIT tllUV the rennblicmi w apprehension of ploturcwpm I Is ho of his own eternal right- tlm blifb pilule In their pardonable olfootH that hu mm nlmost oitv whathu inciwr 1i1i th olti weakness colors tomado gloves aud for well Is dead duck und Jjjn tho eternal wrongncss that VcoinlBgly Rjttnt FT VTHE No Safkk RKMKnr can I had for CouithB ind Colds or any trouble of tho Throat Trica 23 than uUroirfi Jirtmchial Trxhu jonts Hold only in botts l Jaosox imys that oven tliemoatunobearr Ing man bcRlns to look around when he alta luwu BUddcnly 011 aa icy aldowulk Dont fool with Indigestion nor with a llaordorod llvor but talco Uoochama Tills for Immediate roll of S3 coats a box lpo foo ALD A yeaV Alwy In Advune NUMBER 47 It la Koldom tmt that a tinsmith wears a atovo Â¬ out of many Vz Vn where other pills 1 SIXTOINTS STATEMENT OF EARNINGS Building and Loan Of tho Bluo Gross As8oointlon 01 tho information of niombova Â¬ ricrcoa Pellota Doctor nro bettor than Â¬ Â¬ ii Â¬ nil oat and easiest to take little Biipar Bm Thoyrotho irrauulca In Â¬ U- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i7rn no griping no disturbance Theres no 3 Their effects last reaction afterwards Thoy regulato or cleanse tho system according to size of dose 1 Thoyro tho cheapest for theyro guaranteed to givo satisfaction or your money Is roturned You pay only for the good you get C Put up In glass are always fresh Â¬ U They cure Constipation Indigestion Bilious Attacks Sick or Hlllona Headaches and all derangements of the llvor stomach and bowels action that every child takes readily 2 Theyre perfectly easy coatcd their hero of tho local lonn UPBocintioiiH tn wo nnnontl Muvtiiwii following Btntonwntof Uo earnings Ono ot of tho paront iwaoointion J00 our eitiwtiB rocontly borrowwl mm from tho homo asaociation lii nronortV JlO i v Willi 11 small monthly vh tho dobt in nus naUillmont and can novor houU it Kvory poor man s 1 For wu6 Ill1inl t Ion M V wwoomThon join tholliwol Groon t will Pin you bottor than Uo maUo in v invest niont you can rocortl till V 1 U1i him nxnlnin tliomnttor v I t Mihorv wv Koiul tho for last yoar Heal KhUU myoiutors tl Uians made on Kirnt MortBnBo iU f0UriXI lurutture - Â¬ 1 tTSkJ In Accrued Interest Due on Accounts Cash In Hanks Cash on Hand aim nu- - VI f4 P100S U 7202ol7 Paid up Stock cV Net Profits vVHVoIr oU UJ J17 TaidLcs Coupons complete loan00lHJ0 Amount duo to 72025517 on per cent per Dividend declnrodl84 - The Social Sic lOraa- lAimtTUts InsUillnent Stock UutV - n 8 -- MOd JMJ j j - yard j jiA vC S nHUim- - 1OAK HrATICMKNT fbriaw - Appraised fotcet sam vn lHOUUuu nf ical estate security of stock assigned Cash value ns collateral ncnntv seou- UimrcMMitim very coiiservatively a LUU loanco r tv on 2011 for every ir Â¬ Â¬ 1 W I y lUydi Sv P 2tr hn ML 11 riv 111911010 STATi kXVCisJ V N I mi Countv d KayoiTo Hwhop Clay Socrolary of tho Vntionnl lUnhhnii and OK kKNTfOKY gol in l Â¬ Will be given special attention in a seri lniiAHWKMiitiintlohMrtibycoiti ttuo that tho within statomont is The Ladies Hofft for 1893 Thcne papers arc calculated arc in s carch of fresh suggestions for cntci I 1 iulo and boliof Signed 1 Bihiiop Clay tonj features will be made of Musical Evenings in the Home Pretty Luncheons and Dainty Teas Out Door Petes for Summer New Ideas for Childrens Parties Church Fairs and Church Sociables To IHntertnlii an Evening Company for which Suhsorihod and sworn to buforo Utli no bv Hishop Clay on this titors dnv oV lanttarv 18 t wnrt in IMir Socrotary W f rl twenty pens of the best authorities on home entertainment have been employed Subscription Agents wanted Profitable Work Send for terms One Dollar a year t 10c a copy at the News stands Philadelphia The Curtis Publishing Company Pa VI rssOQ MIL G rW 1 1 Where is He Going Rhcumallo To the nearest drugstore for a bottle of Remedy a medicine that never falls to cure rheumatism It is taken Internally and docs the work promptly without drilling the system with poisons This is not a new remedy that you need wait for your nelchbor to try to sec how It works as U has been before the public eighteen years and cures when everything else falls GENERALS SHERMAN and LOGAN were Its oufc spoken friends and never failed to recommend During the past year the bottle has been enlarged to POUR 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 b sold by all reliable dealers In drugs OUR 40 page PAMPHLET SENT FREE BY MAIL Durangs Â¬ Â¬ 4 v tist w - 1 - 1M 1 DURANCS RHEUMATIC REMEDY CO 1316 L STREET WASHINGTON IrtMhLMfcr RIFLES D O ltl ItOUHLK 1 1 v- tls 760 tM GUNS BAT Sib AtllUilllktpM UUllW bCf Hrfel iM fcf BICYCLES i Uaip WATCHES iiMiuouuio knui iHCPOWIliaUlVlHIUO It tiUWii JkJ VL0Liafni jft 1 few FOLKS REu DCED teAAlh b H who CaMiiiUea ami HiH Iimc wk Ai wiiMumi inoi Cure for OeiiBtHta HaM Bs niii Jnit rMUtf L JlMi notlulwr itoiMMtf etloHa ItMnot batt ialk U b lurmn4 H 4 1 - PS t M JUKV MU4 drewed hair bootH and and cast away exaggeration of style Fl message opens h a formulaThe live RtaUsmonof tho wo could ua V lV of PorterH census figures - republican party are Rlyly unloHdlng and rccklcHnucsa ol coat of fashion afford to defy the makers fully collated with a vlaw to con-- Vi uuy where Ludlf UonnsVoursRl ilniftlm t i ii i wnirtlielr lilguw Pilr Harrison right lie is full - J1 ciw Kin tit FITS UMptlMk lUKK TtW tum ttH hr HI LI CMKMCOMWMt HaBlaHBBBBBBRIKBBBaBBBBBH kMkarriHi trywkw M A wmm wjttrwMi v J- - llll 1 I I M ofld r-r- rftUUMMiMMlMXf ttj JLKiliIUji UhiaiiiBifeWiiiaai tr r fi 1 t U fl m if 0 4 0 Kjm Hazel Green Herald t t KY itt not leave thin hut atonel No do not Answer tltcro Is no time If your own If your1 mother honor In naked looldngonusnow knows troo sob bora tho erXNCRK COOPER PublUhw lIAZErtaiVEEN TALKINQ AT THE GATE DUthc Ton nnrl Sua went wanting went walk ItiR down the lane With RUurdcd words whlln talking whllo talk Â¬ ing In rcfrnlm The nun wnn gently sinking linking slowly out Tho cvonlnjl ntnrn camo blinking camo blinking on tho night f of Bight j The birds had censed thalr Mngln for Uiolldy Tho evening nlr was ringing with ringing rotmdcluy i Of Insect llo nnd humming of humming noft rhemoonllKhtijIowly corning silvery llow nnit low coming on with j ly their sing Â¬ Ito witness that tho slri Lvojh your head Tho womanH lianom roso and fell words Jrushttitf to her llfvs died upon them she heard ItcrTnvn ltouftbcatfinf thunderous in her throat Cornel For tho Hake of all dear to you nus67 mother brother come Vile despicable an tho man pleaded I tun in your eyeH let mu utxuiu In ruirti by Raving you and Fairfax Tho Mh po clone ty Carolyu Clays A great llfift burst through them gleamed In tho deep eyes of tho traitor Virginian nnd njjaln with obsecration - heart Is broUcnlf HttlA Fairfax dies for want orrcmcdioii Jits prldcfu sister might have won htm then IcaUGod jy f Tho twlllitht daws word falling wuro fnlllngfar niiiltionr wcro calling calling od Tho unci low yut clean Tho flowen woro gently nlccplng nlccplng with fntgnint brboth Their vlglhi clnsoly keeping keeping aomblnnco faint of dentil whip-poor-wil- Tho clank of nrms camo faintly oh tho wind At his touch the horso moved softlv on Into the bnowy road lhc man standing still with bared head ami eyes upraised Then when tho whirling eddies hid tlio rider from his sight that bold rider that reckless sol Â¬ dier that traitor Virginian fell upon his knees and dropped his fnco in hla clasped hands Soon ho rose with gesture of dellanco to tho now clear sounding arms turned Into the denser woods anil strode rapid- ly away Five minutes Inter tho relief reached the extra pont at the hut No sentry bhallonged and the lank Now Knglund sergeant advancing warily stumbled over tho prostrate trooper conscious but sink and dizzy Calling tho relief to advance tho ser Â¬ geant raised the supposed olTcnder as lie muttered to himself Cant blame him much Might my Â¬ self such a nasty night Hut where In tarnal thunder did ho git tho rum wardsto you a half lhew Chloroform A IlIAPTlSi nAWlMOIti V Tho brook kept up It flinging Hinging light HpmyiiHlt wont Mown tho hllltddu aluglng singing songs of WAH PA11TT sweet content In Its chorused volco of gladness of gladness and galore From t woodland shades of sadness to sad- f ss nevermore Thus Toni nnd Suo together togothor down tho lane IognrdlesBof tho wonlhcr tho weather wind or Walked Wlih A brilliant and representative gather- Â¬ ing but not a largo one had assembled In the handsomely decorated parlors of eroalng oer the stile rln Bldo ty nlde uttltn slowly slowly voIpo tonoH nwcot nnd lowly lowlv nil tho while sweat and Tlio hours grew long and longer grow longer as thoy And tho falling down spun utrongor mill umental citys society leaders was as Â¬ sisted in entertainment nf distinguished guests by two brilliant daughters noted Indies in that vlty among whoso women beauty nnd refinement aro tho rule To Ix th of these tirt Misses Westches Â¬ ter for the fair mairf n had solaced a sometimo tAL Mrs Ollmor Gray That fair and gracious hostess still among the most attractive of the Mon Â¬ sil widowhood fiUonjer mU7y thread Whoa Tom and Sue roturnlng roturntnguptho Uno Found tho light of love mill burning anil burn- lug bright again VThcrc late It had been darkened darkened and nhnoMlout To Darno lc1p thoy had hearkoned hoarkonod full of doubt Hut the twain snow went roving went rowing down tho lane And talking of lovo nnd loving of loving and of polii 40 suit I iiypocuitk LOOK TOO AXSWKilKD TO KNOW AIL- - TIIK I Their former llfo reviewing reviewing under breath Thalr vows of old renewing renewing unto death So Tom and Suo went walking went walking to their fate and wurntlml euruo while talking while talk Irignt the gate Clark V llrynn In Good Housekeeping iiy Copyright IWt liyHpoolol Arrntmrmctit CHAlTIiU IV- - IONTINUKl ly i t c ni iiioN II Ilpplnrott Co ind mblned Hitter hard as you are the man answered calmly but with laboring nreiM your prido will ruin all Miss Clay by ivery meniorj of tho past by thu grave of my dead mother I swear I speak the trulu In the copse yonder 8tiuls my hoii Tli sentry Is powerÂ¬ less An hours ride brings you to roads you know sunrise sees you safe with confederate cavalry My my soul 1 swear I speak only truth And did I trust you Yes I know ho Interrupted eager If you do it is ly almost happily not that you hate despise mo less but that you must use such vile means for tlio cause llt you comeV Again he extended his hand entreat- Â¬ Again tho woman drew back ing with a shudder Oh Clod Dnro I trust this man burst from her lips In half sob ho whispered eagerly You can You cau trust mo as you could Fvan for your oten snko for your cause for spys business the traitors to know Sho stared at him He hesitated an In Yea I know stant adding almost fiercely It Is tho Httlo Fairfax Jou know1 It h among frlonds With somothing like a sob ho finished raising his hand to push tho damp hair back from hla forehead Thu embers flickered Into blaze again throwing full light upon his face and the woman hesitant till then again drew back shuddering That scar An omonl hacrUid Cains braud upon yOur forehead warns me not to trust tho traitorIlo sUtred at her wondering sho answered to tho Hypocrite look 1 too know all tlw swift con Â¬ federate brand upon you Cpt Charl Â¬ tons bullet marked Charlton A great umoco updo hls face blank one instant Then the namo passed his lips low vengeful as a curse Ills breast roso uud foil as ho dashed his Tjat to his head striding one step her Obstluatc relentless ho said rap Will you prove Idly In hollow voice Carolyn Clay I have wolfish as well Did I say ono spoke Mw say said what man to--wa- rds ali Poor Httlo Fairfax again his voice softened to infinite tenderness ho will die you will murder him un less you use theso moans to save An hours ride and you aro free safe Â¬ piteous in its meekness ho held out his hand With bowed head but uulek trcsturo of dissent the woman withdrew her own half extended to take it but sho pointed to the door without a word Into the blinding drifts of snow whirling and eddying now in the colder wind passed thoso two ho carefully closing the door to hide all gleam from within A few paces through the soft white carpet then tho woman drew back shivering with what had been a cry but for his warning hand upon hor arm My Ood Yon killed Shi No Carolyn are you a child Ono sound and FiUhugl whispered thev are upon us Ho n woman Hcmem ber Fairfax Agaiti on swiftly and noiselessly to tho skirt of woods Into its heart through crisp snow clad underbrush out into the open a hundred yards be- yond There stood a noble horso sad dled but untcthercd a cavalry blanket wound about tho pommel to form a la Â¬ dys seat As Fitzhugh approached the bruto reared his muzzle about to whinney but was silent at his masters quick So o boy touch Steady Custer He turnod to the girl who started in stinctively at the name That Is his name you must uso it for he knows no other Nor does he know whip or need spur Speak to him as you wcro his mistress and ho will carry you to safe ty and freedom Let him have his head ho knows every foot of road until day breaks Then you should be at Scruggs farm Take tho left fork there An hours gallop should bring you to Uossers advance Col Randolph in command They aro moving straight for Harpers Ferry to cut us ofT They ho hesitated nn in- Â¬ aro In our rear stant speaking very slowly as the girl You under Â¬ stared blankly at him stand thoy aro in our rear ami tho general trill not strike them at Hockleys Cross Roads this morning as he expects Now mount The mans tout had changed from thnt ho had used in tho hut Perfectly respectful ho yet spoko In a voice of command that swayed tho woman with a sense of power He held out his hand Without hesi- Â¬ tation sho placed her foot In It and was lifted lightly to saddle tho reins easy in her firm grasp her foot In tho thoughtfully shortened stirrup Thou the man bared his head in the blinding driving snow speaking with quiet deference her lover lords hud novcr used to Hrltalus virgin queen Yon understand Miss Clay let Cus- Â¬ ter go his own way until you strike Scruggs Then tho left fork and Uos Â¬ Ho paused listening sers advance No timo to lose I hear disintently tant chnngo of arms Tho relief Is out God speed you antl save your boy Tho woman sat motionless wordless as though sho were In a dream and feared to wake and find It so Suddenly sho broko down with a great effort half sobbing Oh If Oh I should thank Hush ho answered softly but with a great tremor In his voice antl hlr hand Involuntarily stretched towards her changed Its direction and stroked caressingly tho tenso wot nock of tho horse that rubbed Its inuzzlo softly on his shoulder Then ho turned away hesitated Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I i t j pleading of Mr Ollmor Oray a noted s club bachelor in armor added travel accom Â¬ plishment and high culture of rrre mu Â¬ Miss I Jessie small bru sical gifts nette uud piquatite was a balladist second to none in that musical center and her interpretation of Herman songs especially had repute scarce attained by the perfect mastery of her Krard piano that showed under tlio strotig precise hands of her sister blonde Im- Â¬ perious stately and Miss Westchester by grace of eighteen months lapse About these handsome rooms com Â¬ fortably moved a company rarely dis Â¬ tinguished even at a day when the strong current of national events bore on it the strongest most cultured and best known men uud women of tho land And close vicinage to the nation al capital added to some Haltuuoro reunions the glitter of uniforms military as well as diplomatic and the glamour Nupposed-to-bo-imper-viou- at tho earnest Â¬ of great names Indeed during the war time Ualti more society was uuiquo beyond any in I I i sentiment picketed on one side by de- flant outspoken feeling on the other by prudence sagacity tact and ceaseless lowed through the social Watchfulness city as dangerous and difllcult to pass as the near flowing Potomac Hut if the despots heel was really pressing on Marylands shore It cer- tniuly seemed shod in slipper of velvet at her capital of society and of oorn merce AV r - I i I j For stronghold of southern sympa- thizers the rebel nest as Washington held her to be most of Haltimoreslead lug people had tact autllcient to keep their tongues still however active they may have been otherwise in aid to strug gling friend or relative beyond the bor-Â¬ der however much of disgust may in many instances have lurked beneath the smile Never professing loyalty as the word was then mistranslated theso wcro wise enough to repress all blatant hint of its opposite well real- Â¬ izing that no good could possibly result therefrom while one chance word might mar all future possibility of usefulness even while resulting in immediate hurt or danger If not profound society peace thero reigned at least a social truce sensitive unformulated liable to rupture on slight occasion for if might have been of tho social situation then that was written Â¬ Hlliflui tluih chance to relieve that of thoso nbsott ones whoso causo they so defended nnd revered Rut tho quietÂ¬ and moro tactful sot while doing nothing to hurt their own consciences yet Â¬ kept on easy terms with thoso of differAnd who shall ing political color blame them If at tho samo time they kept eyo and ear alert for every chanco which might profit distant friends by ready hand or open purse For many of tliuiic also had their noxt of kin in tho southern army some an humblo privates some again high In rank and heading echo of their names beyond tho river for deeds of derriug do Thus the social situation of the hour was one of exceeding delicacy demand- Â¬ ing for Its solution not only tact and ease In society usage but courage Intelligence and diplomacy as well Of old historic family on both sides nnd with unstinted means the Oilmor Grsys were facile leaders in tho gayest events of that eventful winter and to Â¬ nights muslcalc simply an Informal ono almost impromptu to which guests hud been bidden only tho previous day was eclipsed In quality at least by no previous occasion Miss Westchester had finished a sparkling rendering of a Chopin waltz when her sister was led to the piano by The deep hush a cabinet minister all In the music room through wrapping the notes of Gounods dowel Song Faust was then a novelty in for Paris broke into spontaneous rush of gloved hands together demanding its oncore Tho light of woll won praise lit tho girls richly colored face as sho raised her dark eyes from fringing lashes Suddenly they fell upon a new Â¬ comer in the door way and the light quickly changed to a tlecper and moro meaning one Hut she quickly dropped her face and her lingers idly touched the kovs again Handsome fellow that quite dis tingue the cabinet member said fol lowing her glance then letting his own rest admiringly on the face she did not raise to reply Hid An old frlen l you never meet him before judge tho Scarcely possible Miss Hcssie liven among tho dignitary answered would not thousands of new faces forget that one Rut wo are forgetting what is more important the encore It shall be a simple old ballad then she answered and again she shot one swift glance into the dark eyes of Peyton Iitzhugh elegantly languid in evening dross lie made no movement save to smooth rather foppishly the black hair brushed low on his broad brow Noxt iiutant all the fire in tho girls vibrant soprano was ringing in Charlie Is My that old rebel ditty Darling The elegant traitor listened to tho very last note leaning lightly against the door frame but with no changed expression on his strong quiet face Nor did ho respond to even if he caught the quick glance the singers eyes again sent him with tho last note but hla gloved hand joined in the apÂ¬ plause as the bachelor functionary at the piaao bending over the girl in evi Â¬ dent admiration said softly Enviable Charlie Misslicssle Rut you certainly do sing Scotch ballads con amoro Thank you she answered Simple unscientific as thoy aro some of them aro great favorites of mine This for Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Vi JWWTJWMiMVL ki Mrs Anita tititherlttntl H -- t0VJ-O Kalamazoo Mich had awcllluga la Uioncckci Goitre And Is uow freo from creatsufterinir When sho caught cold could not walk two blocks without fainting Sho took all Sho has urged many others to take Hoods Sarsaparilla and thoy havo also been cured It will do you good rick liemlitclic uS 40 Years Hoods Sarsaparilla it bllloiuiio a HOODO PILLS Curo nil Ilver Ills Jaundice pour rtoinuch DKILMCp S - nausea Kidney Liver and BladdorCurei SSiieBIllBSttflSWHj Iumbnirn until in jolnttorbnektirlekduetln Iriitatuutliitlainntlon tnl i n liviiiiiit culltior entju rh bladder of Ki awl tilcenit ion Jmunlred dlirp sUon pout blllloti liendacbe Alll ieooT cures kidney dlilloultleu Iax driipc urinary trouble brights disease Bcrof ula malaria rcii1 weakness ordcblllty OmirnntiT rcrontcrfiof Ono Nottlp lfnotbea clUeil tm KKWi w III refund to jouthopriro paid asoaflieied Mvcr IsafiiMnre S1Im89 At XSmsslitN soo Size InrnlldJ GulJo to HMltliriw- - ConiultnMon free DlU KlLMVIl Si CO lltNOIIAMTON X Y 100 Size Dr Bulls Cough Syrup SUMc 6AUgUSt instance She broke quickly into tho liltful One of my neighbors Mr John melody All the Rlue Ronnots Aro Over the Rorder Rut tho glanco sho Gilbert has been sick for a long sent to tho doorway as its accompani Â¬ time All thought him past recovery ment was lost Fitzhugh had been re- Â¬ lie was horribly emaciated from the placed by a blonde youth wearing per- - inaction of his liver and kidneys It is difficult to describe his appear- Â¬ Flower ance and the miserable state of his health at that time Help from any source seemed impossible He tried your August Flower and the effect upon him was magical It restored him to perfect health to the great astonishment of his family and friends JohnQuibell Holt Ont OL t 4 should despise myself aaypudcspHw3 rod t i have solemnly sworn to srvo you at risk of of nil that Is left tome a girt Hko you rtk of losing what moment more could tlM A jwrer Hrcl all fc tot for I ww I f4M worV more did I cpnriitt you then I cocad openly paraded their sympathies and sang aloud the praises of their dear ones solf oxiled to do battle for tho cauac they know ito bo right oven as tho first crusaders battled fqr tho scn ulehcr And some of these defiant fair ones fortunately though in rare ex- Â¬ ception delicti all orders and regula- Â¬ tion prayerfully Imploring martyrdom Godl girl do not temp mc CTtn by Haunting tho confederate colors and wrapping In at lctut twq Instance for Bake of you to say what I should not mutt nW Go Carolyn go War themselves in tho adored stars and bars v U uncertain my life in unusual peril in full publicity A fearlesa m thttf were injudicious If you hear I have died the spys death soul you beljeve fabw to some Ilaltlmorcaa not only brought pray for the ererythlBf theaoul that God In n eaves tufferlng upon thcmwlTea but wlUfnUy Yet under more than ono roof which covered a family of tho best old stock every heart beating In perfect unison with the struggling southrons were re- Â¬ ceived men and women who widely dif- Â¬ fered In every public matter but wcro wholly congenial in every social ono And that tactful grao which has ever been the chief charm of Haltimoru so-Â¬ ciety deftly rounded dangerous and treacherous headlands of opinion to glldo safely Into these neutral waters of slinplo social contact Exceptions there were even In such households whore the fsdr Mnrylauder had thought her ear profaned by courteous address from the Yankee her hand polluted by his coclal touch Such Though yo conquer us ram of the north know yc not What fierce sullen hatred lurks under tho scar How loyal was Venice to Hamburg I wot flow dearly tho Polo lores hla father tho czar iHILOH ICOUGHI CUR moitis tVTKT 5oxvi ill i rH rlptvvv Cures Connumptlnn Connhn Croup Sore Sold by all Druecuts oa a Guarantee Throat tlvcx ftWsdsaJfclh ttilifrW V CUAKACTXn IX WAV 1118 OWN PATnTT2n Bile Bens Small jAswws Jhitm feet clothes and his own particular smile upon his fair chiseled features Guaranteed to cur Plllous Attacks flic aca 10 lit undeniably aristocratic His own par- Â¬ neadaeho uudWeCoiiMtlpuilon Lottie Irlco For Bulu by druKlhta ticular knack too elevated his arched Tlcturo 7 17 70 and amplo doo Tre eyebrows wondcrlngly yet never J F SUITH A CO Pnwltton HEW YORK wrinkling his soft boyish forohead A character In his own patented waj hiding carefully any strength of character ho had universally popular for plainly admlrablo traits and perfect A remodT rblch mauncrs was Mr William Howard Mo ir ujeii by Wlvc cbouttoctrpcrlenca Kkv tba rclnJcl ordeal A noted society man spite of his nttotidaiit unon ChllJbrthprovet unattalned majority aud almost girlish an lufalhtdo fpcci gentleness he was descended from a flaforandobTbte thotcrturcaofcoa on his mothers side from signer flneniout lesonlar wealthy ancestry on both He was tkodanra thereof tobathmtthcrjuad too a budding wit whose good heart by M child rolafcoatby and unfailing tact made him as populai drucrirtiU VJ xprM a rwelP with the olub set as he was with the gcrman by divine right of heels bottle charge I TO H 09MTDUnED MMWCLO REGULATOR SJ Bald CO ArtANTa Q - V THE DEFICIT CONFESSED r P of Sucrctnry Im lor Itcport For the llrst tlmo In Homo years the jiccrolnry of tho tronsury was not rondy this your to present hit report to con press upon its opening day and it passed with nontrtemunt from Secretary Fos- Â¬ ter but the brief tabic of estimates of appropriations tor the next lineal year yciuiiiit XllArtlojurc lust a yeur ago Secretary Foster fur- Â¬ nished congress and the country with hi- estimates for the fiscal year beginning duly 1 ISIW Those estimates ut the time were challenged as untruthful and designed to cheat the people The time has now come when the fraud can no longer be concealed Tlio estimates of December 7 181M and De - for the Uscnlycur ISUM cember 5 arc all the evidence needed to expose tlio Harrison administration of the We quote Charles Foster treasury against Charles Foster Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Hut even these monger figures carry with them a revelation of the deception practiced upon the people by the treas- Â¬ ury department under the Harrison administration Fortunately there is close to hand u test to which the ad- Â¬ ministrations candor truthfulness and reliability may be put a test furnished by the administration Itself ninilo up J lnc vulua departments KSriMATUU AIMKOIMtlATIONH lOQ Der ffc 7 s 3tfctX U7iHnr LopWaMu- IJXflCHllVO JI KM imlUial imtii k Ann Nm Nriili nortxi It jims iis luW i WorWi MlSjrllW w litt iMai7i srtiws HTMlfiV tAttAsvki 5UwrtVi IHIV1M Icruuatai Aiiw Totil Yc 7natssi Sl JOlHItM isivtitiri c m i in i i7row MISM1 iuin u tVllrtxl fll if Wr l lu his reference to the report of the secretary of state he develops some further facts in his anti Canadian policy and lecomuicnds the establishment of communication between the lakes and seaboard independently of the St Lawrence In his long and prosing comments on the affairs of other departments fie to cover up The estimates printed before the writes only what ho would naturally presidential election in round numbers be expected to say The message is spoiled by a mass of were MOOOOOO short or the estimates since the election which are badly digested statist ict which deprive printed somewhere near the facts A year ago it of all dignity reducing it to the the Harrison administration wished level of the report of a special agent of the people to believe that their govern- - the census Take it all In all it is per meat was frugally administered The haps the poorest and dullest message people have voted that they know bet- - Mr Harrison ever wrote He tor the have seen through the docf pf His conclusion is characteristic cannot forget the civil war sectional tiou and the administration can no ism and in reasserting his position on longer keep it up if it tried it will be noted that the increase is the force bill he supplements it by rec almost entirelv in the i terns of pen- ommending that sheriffs at the south J000OO0O and permanent an- - do something to stop lynchiiigs more sions uual appropriations In especially the lvnehing of negroes As rM0lO0ll these expenditures the democratic con lie is not charged bv the constitution grcss had no share They include the to make recommendations to the coun legacies of the Heed congress and the ty sheriffs this stands simply for a re Harrison pension management to the assertion of radical animosity towards people The total of the remaining es- - the states thus singled out to bear the tiamtes i less than the figures of a odium of a charge of lawlessness made year ago In the permanent annual ap from the white house in a state papei It is propriations are included the amounts to viniiiii forever of record in keeping with the character of tho needed for the subsidies and bounties voted by the Ueed congress the de man that these should be his closing fault of payments to the sinking fund words to the American people St we assume by the Harrison adminis- locis Republic tration interest on the bonded debt it PONTEDPARAGRAPHS extended because the treasury did not have the money to pav the bonded Mr Harrisons cabinet complains debt which fell due and the other acts of overwork-- but it is the country that of dishonest and untruthful treasury has given the most striking evidence of management for the last two years being tired St Paul lobe A yeur ago estimating that expendi The president passes the force H 010001 tures would be in round bill by barely a not It is only human numbers and making no provision for to cherish some resentment toward the fjouisvillo Courier the sinking fund Secretary Foster told club that hit you the people that the treasury would Journal show u surplus of SM 000010 He now Tom Piatt still has Harrisons whniti that his estimate of expendi Â¬ promise of the control of New York tures was 0 000 000 short of the truth patronage in writing It is a valuable and his surplus of M 1000000 becomes souvenir of the late campaign St a deficit for the llseal year 1MM on Louis Republic Ids own figures of SliiooilOOD The republican leaders sneered Four years ago Secretary Fairchilds last spring at the democratic policy of report at this time showed an annual What punching holes in the tariff surplus of KVJ 000000 after all sinking do they think of the peoples policy f fund requirements had beeu met To punching holes in the republican day Secretary Fosters estimates con Â¬ party V N Y World fess an annual deficit of S4rt000000 There is no state in the union in and are dumb about obedience to the party is more of sinking fund law The change of ad- Â¬ rwhich the republican Wisconsin Oov hack number than ministration will come none too jjft - Peek says there is nothing left of it Albany Argus except the colored man who tends the furnace in the state house cellar HARRISONS FAREWELL It is scarcely possible that the re Soiro or tlit lHrlmtrift ol Out President publican party as a whole will lie in lmt Mkmiiei sane enough to adopt the views of its f H imiLcnmi iw Alt members in Ohio if it does it will be what might very well have been ex so laid out in 0G that it candidate will pected from him a reiteration Af his Ruffalo Enhe is running nssuranc that whether triumphant or not know quirer defeated he i oo of the best wisest Partner Miller hasnt got money Purest most patriotic and least fallible enough to pay all the special deputy inen the country ever produced Tills is to elect an undertone in the present message marshals who were bworu in As they did not earn their Which is pitched throughout in a minor Harrison key Mr Harrison is no longer trueu- - money by doing it Partner Miller does be in any special hurry JiMlt but lu lil v mi ins to ilenv that not seem to them paid off St Louis about Retting was wrong on a single point oi me Republic policy of his administration He goes The managers of the various out reiterating his indorsement of American tin plate mills now say that Everything he has previously advocated to shut down but from high tariff to force bill and bhlp they do not propose that if the tariff on tin platels re uo suites moved thov will take tho dlfttu eucc muse wno exoecicu to near a of their employes ralylug the party will bo disap Â¬ out of athe wages number can be sub greater I nlil pointed The messairo seems to have a les this plan of operario such aim It seems to be the work tracted from attended with diflloiilt will 1k tion f u man who recognizes that his pub career is closed whose only care is Chicago Times lic It was noticed while President weep his fuco to the company as hc con- - Harrisons mehsngo wih being read beWs himmdf onL Itut ko flrmlv f his mvn iteriiiil riirht- - fore tho house that the republican need t In inejibers did not applaud fes that ho can almost pity what ho tarllT arguments contained the high therein tisuiers ino eternal wrongiicss iuai President Harrison is a dead duck and tires hluir Tho message opens th a formidn- - can enjoy the luxury of sticking to a Mie live statesmen of tho J nil iv of lorter census mriircs dead policy republican party are slyly unloading refully collated with a view to con eliig the country that It Is wrong their high tax principles Chlcftfo Mr UarrUon right He is full of Herald I Â¬ jioi--tfwoitiiai ptitit the two estimates in full ftrt beniusp they coiiiirm all that was snul a year ago in criticism of Foster second because thov show precisely where the responsibility for increased expenditures rests and third because they disclose the existence of the deficit in the treasury created by the repub lierrrrpnrtv which it 1ms hitherto tried solicitude for the worklnginan for whom he says It has been his Ilarrl Bonn care to increase those home cn joyments and family comforts without which life Is nelthov hopeful nor sweet After this somewhat vogue reference to tho Itrussels carpet and piano with which he and his policy have supplied the parlor of every work Ingman he concedes that the result of the recent election must be ucceptcd us having introduced a new policy He will not insult the democrats by in timating that they will be false to their pledges to Inaugurate a tarifT for revenue only and he says tlpit the con Â¬ tention has not been between schedules but principled lie then condoles with the farmer and finally with unin protection diminished confidence ho recommends that the whole sub ject of tarill revision be left to the In coming congress and declares It a matter of regret that the inevitable re- Â¬ vision must be delayed for at least three mouths On the silver question he is noncom- Â¬ mittal to the last lie makes no recom mendation alleging in excuse that the Itrussels conference is still in session He hints very strongly that the bullion storage act ought to be repealed but here also he avoids making a recom mendation in dealing with the condition of the treasury lie claims that the year left on hand a surplus of StltU 4100 the difference between ilrMiSU00 receipts and S4irV000 expenditures He argues that it was much better to spend the surplus than to leave it in the treasury or deposit it in banks without interest He forgets to mid however that near ly the whole of the available surplus on his hocks has consisted of such de Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HOME HINTS bread crumbs and mix with two eggs well beaten chop fine some bits oftjold boiled ham and mix with them Make into balls and fry Home Iioston Cornbrend Ono cup Hwcct milk two cups of sour milk two thirds of a cup of molasses one cup of flour four cups of cornmenl two teaspoon fuls of soda steam three hours and brown a few minutes in tho oven De- Â¬ troit Free Press Hlekory nut Kisses Take whites of three eggs one half pound of pulver Â¬ ized sugar and a tcacupful chopped nuts Heat the eggs light then add sugar and nuts Drop with a teaspoon on hot buttered tins bake quickly Orange I udd Farmer Raisin Puffs Two eggs half a cup-Â¬ ful of butter three tcnspoonfuls bak Â¬ ing powder two tablespoonfuls sugar two eupfuls llour one cupful milk one cupful raisins chopped line Steam half an hour in small cups This Is an excellent pudding Country Gentle Â¬ man Creamed Potatoes Holl mash season with salt and butter make moderately moist with cream beat In the whipped white of tan fff mould in a pie plate and set in the oven until slightly browned remove sprinkle NO SArrK Rrmkdt can be had for Couffha ind Colds or any trouble of the Throat Trice 25 ItroncMal Ham Halls Take ono half cupful of than ZJroirni in boxtt 2Vxhu jonU Sold only AND HELPS Jaosox anys that even theteostuneberv Ing man begin to look around when he alts lown suddenly on an toy sidewalk - nor with a Dont Jisordored liver but talte Hooolmma Pills 5 cents a box for Immediate relief fool with indigestion It is seldom lpo hat thnta tinsmith wears a stovo out of many whero SIX POINTS ricrcos Pellets Doctor c 0 11 CDtQII -- nro bettor than other pills 1 coated grouules S takes readily a that every child 2 Thevro perfectly easy In tholr it action iio griping no disturbance Thems no A 3 Their eflccts last Tlioy rcgulato or reaction afterwards clcanpo tho Bystom according to size of dose 1 Thoyro tho cheapest for theyro guaranteed to glvo satisfaction or your money Is roturncd You pay only for tho good you get 5 Put up In glass aro always fresh Â¬ 0 They cure Constipation Indigestion Billons Attacks Sick or Hllloua Ilcadaclies and all derangements of the liver stomach and bowels smallest nnd easiest to take little sugar Thoyrotho ct Cli Â¬ posits Â¬ j Â¬ Â¬ I j Â¬ j with pepper and lay small bits of but- Â¬ Practical Farmer - Parisieiiue Potatoes Peal raw po- Â¬ tatoes and leave in cold water half an Wipe and with a vegetable hour scoop cut out round balls and throw into ice water in fifteen minutes drain wipe and drop into a kettle of boiling fat when brown skim out tho balls drain on brown paper and pile ateither end of the fish platter tiaruisli with celery tips Housekeeper Oyster Salad Clean ono pint of white celery and cut into line pieces Season with salt Parboil one pint of oysters drain and when cold mix them with a French dressing Put a layer of shredded lettuce in a salad bowl sprinkle with a French dressing add the oysters and celery cover with a Mayonnaise dressing and garnish with pickled barberries Iioston HudgcL -- Celery Salad with Mayonnaise Cut away the green leaves and thoroughly clean sonic celery cutintoshredscross wise season with salt pepper vinegar and a little oil dish up and serve over it a mayonnaise dressing as follows Rub the inside of an earthenware bowl with a piece of onion break in two raw yolks of eggs a teaspoonful of dry mustard a little salt and pepper white mix well anil add a few drops of oil from time to time stirring mean- Â¬ while with a wooden spoon When a foundation is started add a little vine Â¬ Will be given special attention in n scri gar to thin it a little keep adding oil ami vinegar alternately until MilH cient dressing is made Iioston Herald ter on top if The Social Sic ft rhsfesEHi The Ladies Hon LACE llvoiiini AND FUR TOGETHER Miou Till Â¬ mill Millinery ionColllllllllltltlM Â¬ Â¬ 5 Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 riaL Â¬ Â¬ though probably a very palpable reali- Â¬ ty to the husband who paid the bill A white silver spangled net had the neck outlined in wolverine and the silk nuderpetticoat was likewise bordered with the fur in millinery mink tails sealskin crowns band of Persian lamb and even ermine are much used and nearly always in conjunction with some filmy material that makes the contrast still greater One charming hat had a wired rim of duchess luce a crown of mink nod bows of lace intermixed with nodding roses as the trimming A black lace hat was similar treated with ermine but had black tips instead of the roses The tiny heads of non Â¬ descript animals peep out from tippets loops on hats and even the fastenings of gowns so popular is anything sug Â¬ gestive of fur for all trimmings this season when springs and summer are brought to bear on costume1 and elm- pcaux meant lor winter wear rlilla lei ph in Times jetted lace and black fur was a dream pale pink bengallne What a strange commingling is up proved by fashion in the wintry days Musical nvcniiigs in the Home that are to come As if endeavoring to Pretty Luncheons nnd Dainty Teas still retain some of the beauty of sum Â¬ Out Door Fetes for Summer mer lace nestles in closely against the warmth of fur ami thus are found tho New Ideas for Childrens Parties typical trimmings of two seasons in a Church Pairs nnd Church Sociables union rare but not unpleasant An evening gown of white satin was To Iintcrtain an Evening Company bordered by a deep edge of sable and it was wondrously rich to look upon for which twenty penu of the best authorities on home entertainment Pale yellow also combines well with have been employed fur of all sorts A ere no of this tint had the neck edged with beaver and panels of heliotrope velvet outlined in Subscription Agents wanted the same warm toned garniture A Profitable Work Send for terms for 1893 These papers ore calculated to are in search of frcoh suggestions for cntci features will be made of JJ 1 1 if-- xi r trimmed with One Dollar a year 10c a copy at the News stands XJ Philadelphia The Curtis Publishing Company o Pa mrty 4 Where is He Going To the nearest drugstore for a bottle of Rheumatic Remedy a medicine that never falls to cure rheumatism It Is taken Internally and docs the work promptly without drugfjing 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 has been before the public eighteen years and cures when everything else falls GENERALS SHERMAN and LOGAN were its out spoken friends and never failed to recommend During the past year the bottle has been enlarged to POUR 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 la sold by all reliable dealers In drugs OUR 40 page PAMPHLET SENT FREE BY MAIL Durangs i IM- 1 imy-note Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 J In summing up the matter of dress appropriate for all appearances of young girls before the public one cun not too strongly urge the golden mean of simplicity as the safest truest guide on all points where doubt may arise and counsel nmyt not be at hund Over decoration is the bane of our ago lieUHLK and country Tho charge against uu BrwhU44r 780 of extravagance in dress rings through RIFLES every part of tlio civilized world where WATCHES our women circulate If American women would hold on to their admira- Â¬ ble and instinctive sense of the etar nul fitness of theh gowns to their quick apprehension of picturesque effects lu colors to their pardonable weakness for well inado gloves and boots aud lHseomlngly d rested hair and cast away exaggeration of style nnd recklcssHCM ot coet wo eou4 afford to defy the makers of fashion anywhere tidier UoaavVoitrnal Irr for Yoiiiijr ilrl m N DURANGS RHEUMATIC REMEDY 1316 L STREET WASHINGTON D CO- - V vj O GUNS 111 wUrt 4 BICYCLES SID l iUdkiixM HM lUap tof THcPottfiiACuutNTCq iii tV bur 1 vninmiiiTr huh ypnpiq Aim ni wn Cure niHwUtUM nniivr for nnv m rio U H lUalMOMlMiiMi MMJfSUBm TiTtnTifi iktiHMrft hi uwe ca yarjnmmw mm M r iuiikii uu IIIIU ar Jtlt MAtlniur i i FITS WrZM fMinwiiiMMriMljlM HiLL CM KXC0Wt I UKMB TrW fettb fr I mU - JL - Jf t Jt i - V WM JT AKj WltmjH jw3Z aL - Arttfl1ll--l1- f nk ihikhuiuiiihi 10000 DAMAGKS jL - j- - i SloUonniok doing ltisincs under Clio firm name of MoCormick v Son H FMoCormiok mid L S Oaiupboll partners undor the name Co and J It Couch of Campbell and B F MoCormick doing busi Â¬ ness under the inn name of the Loxinirton luinbor company are all inado defendant in a suit for damages filed in the circuit court tlnough his attciriivtt Xolins A numuu FADIg Prloo For a NogroJ Finger II F MeCormiok mid Willtum 4fe AniHnVlTr Wv7kVBUfll in iS AT v ai srrsaifl t wW fflMP H o G FEDER Cut Price House TAKEuJie5W7RACBCTREhX X wJPwSffil PLEASANT MBir iiCI A -- FREDJHEINTzV CINCINNATI OHIO MS UOVKS IIIANKirL PKNOIIliS mid nil kind ul niimii I V it L iiil UK Iirt llllll UUHT liuiMi 111 niiiivii t KUY I rxnruwKAH shawls nosi LMijPlpMuiiUctNrilt Jiwilir tMirillMllllg II A i IMM1IIP 1 IJ1IC Hftjimnii U called flWflffrTmSwi J lSBljSB ii i hJ AmlBlUIoiM rcilMllouW i nimih mill CLOCKS when he was ordered by thorn in QIMVPFD J 1812 to saw some slats February lV fcYKorrV i n in or boards witn a circular saw run 11bv steam at which work he was Solid tSiltrer SPECTACLES uninstruetodand had no experience T ATTTJ QTTY jft i tn and in this undertaking in which DIAMONDS I Optical Goods ho exorcised due care ami diligence WllOlKSAIl PKAIKUS IN he had cut his thumb and the first and second linger of his hand and WATCHES sustained a deeply cut and mutiht tod third linger on the same hand Nouth Irpri Stiuxt causing permanent injury to said LKXINGTON KY For said injury the plain- Â¬ hand C NOTIONS itli TtTlii lul oculist ill tin State tiff prays the court for judgment Third Hjco ami Union St thi Iiuum and piiit on t verx thine the against the defendants in the sum all on hull when In lectniinn CINCINNATI O lowest li eiillv eurtu bv mix one of either m x In nnv it jirt ottlif c uan who wllllnjf to work linlu of 10000 for cost of suit and all wv carry tlie irooils tnat xxtll Milt vowr trluniv at - the onililox iim iii wiiuu we niriiii h d our prices are Tin l0WIt ule Lexington Leader TH proper relief Hie lilnr iisi -aiol iiUi aut nul Mill run iu rlW e tit engineer at their planing lin itnu r iiiiIiiVimI HI lilt nnfltinll pUllllOII tti X EXJp f I IVpki A-- o York iut- - linl stilted V wJ wi i w UlllL i liifiitiflillti a nui It THE NEXT MORNING I FEEL BRIQHT AND NEW AND MY COMPLEXION IS BETTER Mr dortor Mr H cu Bnll on lh iomh lire r ant Thu drink I m fromlwrl and U prprwlfortuaelljrM id 300 Church Street Ne Special attention to mail ordtr IcS lEU 135 E MAIN Cuilem SHEET Htt Svirt I H LEXIHBTON ltle It LAH ES M EDIGIHE kUnrnluaplnl TGHi2mE HHHfeMMfltftfrilHHI WATCHES DIAMONDS inwii Ullu W DIITUlI - jcwelry Pf 1 JEWELRY HIH Dry Goods bpceial attention to in ti i I ONE DOLLAR I i EVERY HOUR l niiuli-M-r 11- -- Joseph was V Dory of Warsaw III nruVrs with rheumatism and tried a number of different remedies but says none of them seemed to do him anv good but dually he got hold of one that He was much speedilv cured him ploased with it and felt sure that others Minilarly itljicted would like to know what the reined v was that cured him He -- tates for the benefit of the public that it is called Chamberlains lain Halm For sale bv Kose iv Jones troubled T1IK LATE JAMES Riuid Greek logo Protestor H WINCHESTER BANK u ixriuTii uv N fio tiiebuliie a trial wlihoul ixmiim to xourM ir Tor Hiom- w tiling to lu a Utile work tti van xxurV tlil l tlie prftilft oiler iHHile o are eiilu ilMmor hi tlie ex few onlv liom-If- at xoar en plvxeil o can votliiillcoiiililctcsollllt - II w inuispou K 1 HrNTIK tahier lresii nt MK1000 Paid up Capitfl Surplus SlHUKXUH s4iHoit the neeiuots of nier iih ii triilt r Miil Iiumjmfitrniei cuh rally thr iutlmut Ka tein Kentiukx iinl tir- its etitmnei- ever laeilitx ami the niiiNt Ithcrxl term within the liniit ol leitiri ite liankiii netllv iliiit Tliiv Hunk - - - III not mterlero at ai ouwii imr biiliii- be tuiMZttl on tie tart at tin- nipblltx ami ea b which ou auialiilli njion dollar tin via tin I I vi n beelnim- - are iucid tiil fioia the lax out non Hrt hour Anv our cm run the buMne until xoii Yoa IimhM tr nothiiiR full nr xnnrelf what xoti can ilo nt the Iiiimiu N xx lilt li we oilir capital rlkwl Women ar pramt oki r nun ail i thcx makv a nine i I in t lioult tr tlit bieliu M a It a tin n xx el I a tntitl to tneiii Write nt once ami iv Uk 1 Ct II 1111 IT xourM lt AMie -- maI uiihio fit iokI Iihxo a Koe in ami ml I to xuur Iiiooiiu I rlf -- 1 llov SSU Inrtlniul Ale HECK ncl Traders Deposit Bank TABLERS MTn iULIXtJ KY Caihai It Care OolJ Coiiithi3or Threat CroopInfluen tx WhooplriK Conch Bronchitis ti J Aithm A certain cur lor Consumption in drat ttagti and Uto at one euro relief in aJvince l itnccs You will ceo tho excellent effect tatim tho 1 aro oM by daler everyxvhore Grit dcif bottle 0 cent and 100 Hobrow Liko a Col 200otu I srunr 30000 I The most remarkable thing about the late Senator leck said a gentleman in Washington who was the knew him iutimatelv extraordinary variety and extent of his information You could not bring up any subject on which ho would not talk better than any Â¬ body else in the room a I M j M IlKJSTArr rievuleiit U I BUCKEYE KIKKPATIMCK Viee Iresiilent W W THOMMIN vnslur lue-ine- aftr HOST IS QfiMtTT DKSTIMICaUTT recollect We tcpeetfnllv lieit the of nier chants tarniero trailer- anil lniinevs men Uenentllv tlirnudioiit Knterii Kentucky A uojivml Hiuikint hiiine tlniic One ti a chance to eiitl xoti u l8tik luink tmv xtinr cheek- - ami loan v von inniiey when in necil W Tlldxii iiN Cash -- 0 NTMEHT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES A IVptrfHlhj HUIUiiMNTAl JllUMI CO bT LOUS JHHWOiHnHBJMMMMMrjtf4HlMHMMnUMM illustration of this friends relating me a tanking He and Heck with a numl er of others were at dinner at Cham- Â¬ I DINCJFKLDPU SURE and CERTAIN CURS Known for 15 years as tho BEST REMEDY FOR PILES with M WE WILL PAY CO -- Albert Favorite of Arkansas Oily Kan wishos to give our road ord the bonolit of his experience with colds lloMiys 1 contracted n cold early last spVing that settled on my lungs and had hardly re Â¬ covered from it when I caught another that hung on all summer and loft me with a hacking cough wrhich 1 thought I never would got rid of I had used Chamberlains Cough Remedy some fourteen years ago with much success and con Â¬ cluded to try it again When had got through with one bottle my cough had left me and I have not suffered with a cough or cold sinco I have recommended it to others and all speak well of it 50 bottles for sale by Hose 4MY -- veiling The con Â¬ versation took a wide range and the subjtnt of the classic- came up To the astonishment of every one FOR YEARS in the room I Jock read Greek and Has led all Worm Remedies Hobrow authors in citation of his EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED views with thelluenevof a Harvard SOLO KVERYWUKUK Every one was aMon rrrrrjbj nuiunusoriTiTLoR meu to srtons professor ished lieck was the biggest man 1 ever knew a man intellectually ll MACPIN phvsicallv and morallv in overv with sense of the word D H CARPENTER t berlains one vmmim 20 WHITES mutt J R0131XSOX iti DRY GOODS ruiir AND jdSiVS pyj w rtiiS1 SSKIMS NOTIONS market prices iFOR FUR- Nxs M7 KM mid rtlv WtM M LOIMSVILLK KY Do H Business Willi a Home Institution TilK CLAY CITY -HHD 1 I advancement of the Mr C F Davis editor of the countys interests and all wo trust will lend a helping hand and soon Bloomiiold Iowa Farmer savs 1 can recommend Chamberlains we hope to have trotting meetings Cough Remedy to all sufferers with surpassed by no other county in the colds alul croun I have usinl it in state Mt Sterling Gazette t i mv iiiiniiv tor ine nasi two vears orted in 44 i j Tho Correct Viow of It WHOblALK OKY GOODS II AY CITY KY NOTIONS HOOTS Uecentlv whilt holding a chat Cdine on with your Capital 1 the subject of their local paper was fcly ATirTTsnnc ky JSUiiLs and iret vour rrANK it t i rio iD- day r One farmer tiid he discussed i iiMtu r j Ni in nk in Kastont Kiittm ky lu hi tliri -tlought it had too many atlver Chamborlain q Eyo and Skin vaults nnr lu ttir ttiillitk- fur your tNements in it The other replied Ointmont iicioiint MiiiiuimJ Ilitirolx lvliot lionnlo In my opinion tho advert iseinonN ln know yiu ami u hn an iiUihn rvulx to1 OfflCO Near C A cortnln euro for Chronlo Soro Eyes 0 DeDOt aru far from being tht least valua Â¬ Tottor Salt Khonm Scald Head Old jHciniinmlntc xoii look them over Chronio Sorca Fovor Sores Eczoraa fall 4Mniioy to loan on rcaxnuilili- rntrs ble part of it on its carofullv evurv week and I sacat Itch Prairio Scratches Soro Nipplca Jones CO E II rilllLIPS least live times tin cost of mv pa and Piles It is cooling and soothing Wo Will Have a Fair July ith II WI per each year through the businos Hundrcdaof cases havo boon cured by WINCHESTER KY Tho Montgomery county fair advantages I got minthom It alter all othor troatmont had xailou aldl M CO1 believe vou are right It b put up in 25 and CO cent boxes trotting ussoeuitiuii will hold the other n mooting ut rtmni No 8 in tho I know that thev pav me well and 4 j or it i iu in Sclcntlflo American Tylor Apporaon bnilding on Sntur rather think it is not in taste to Aoenoy HAS JUTHAXAX Hardware Agricultural Implements il vy aftornoon at I o0 p in Olli- - find fault with th atlvertiements OLIVKKCIIILLLT PLOWS MALTA omm for tlu yonrw ill hooloetotl ami after all These men have the PLOWS COOKS Ml KYAPj PractiGal Boot snoemake all plana for tho Fair to bo hold right idea of the matter It pays OKATOUS CHAMPION KiITH fining July 4th will bo mado any man with a family to support AND MOWHUSSTODDAUl AND HAZEL 5UKKN KY W JSvory citizen in tho town and to take his local paper for tho hake ACMKHAKKOWS OAVKATS 8icitl attontion to ltoptiiriux ami vols DOOKS AND SASU A Sn A M county should bo present at this of tho advertisements it contains if fnotion KtiHmnttiMl iSlioi at old Ilttiimins SPKCIALTY TRADC MARKS J1I OBSIQN 9ATSNTSi taml on tlu lilll iieurtlu- MeniKl ollti mooting that is in any way inter- - for nothing more ICxchaugo 1 10 ami 112 Siioni Stkkct SllOlci National banK I OF ALL KINDS irsiu - sw lx 1 - x 1 J RENAKER nl 1 W KERR 3 1rA IIJt I L w - x1 1 ROSE R anycmithQ DeBUSK lMlACTKAI IltONTON O J I H PIERATT KY At - For lnfonattlon and fre Xlaadbook writftf UI1VV VI liuiiiivir hrtf YORE i Oldest bureau for Mcurltiir ptcct In Awriu Uia Buuie tr boum girea re oX catk u tk 1 LP COPYRIGHTS UMWM IFAZKL anil WflffniimaiVorQ UM Tho Count Gives Cleveland 270 The electoral college has finally cast tho ballots for president and the exact result is Cleveland got i70 out of M4 Harrison got M4 and Weaver 2 L Of the forty four states Cleveland gets tho solid oleotoral vote of twenty two or just one half while of Californias nine votos ho carried eight of Michigans fourteen five of Ohios twenty throe one Harrison gets tho solid vote of thirteon states ami Weaver tho solid vote of five -- mut linvft fmiMil it t lio Liir i xvr used tor tllO pttrposo tor WHICH 50 bottles for sale IS lntentletl bv Hoso tt Jones -- ltiu and Siihllt lluriel w for hire Iartie ronvex NOTUT All who are ImlrMrl to the ed to anx juiIhi ho reanoii firm or either of ns for work mint eone aide lertus unit kettle ntil cash or mtisluctory tenon will Postmaster WimmI has received be ilemnmleil for nil work done hereafter IIAZKl GiurN KY ir4rl mil aLoaltetid to all rail formic Thankint vou for iwtut natronnee anil notice that his claim for 2724 i HcltliiK n continuance of tlie name we mw tiotieeritiK ami imiIU ji luuiiie of lliU kind Are the nnlv firm in the town xxhieh nie Ueperfullx- - A on account of tho loss of stamps J retpectniuy dies the jtutly cilchratid rosK dkiusk JOHN 1 ltjr JKKKN KY t lnuckumltlilnp ol all klmit Milictti d anil u rilllltlv0lu Wemakt iWVnilv ImiUUn Miom-- uagrnis mtil KMnnifri u5uiiiiiuuiwi unuijt luprv Koofl and Sain Qfohlo mm uuiu uiuuiQ louhle ami Single gtitntliit antwiww luauiHERJ 3tfl Umammrti YorkCK7 HAZEL GREEN Lanwrt etrcltloa of any rtirflJio V9 No ilSUlH world HpiMKUdlr uiiutretaa yew i LWlx Mostb AiMrs MPNNW tsBSS Rose Jones s oT j prompt settlement of duo to tho efforts of Congressman Kendall It usually takes a much longer timo to adjust claims of this Kow is a good time to subscribe oharnotor by tho firo which detsroyed Ins ofllce on May 1st last has lioon al lowetl by tho department Tho xfcc IMKItVTT A FLOYD HYUD tho claim is ATTORN Jfcd Cantpton L Ky DAY HOtTk Haxri MKH EY-AT-- AY u-l-- ii AhtracU of illle fornMicil roller prompt return xuaranteeil mv iopiii niinciifii miii i kin Connected with thr Uw firm of Wood Jfc rial rale to fomnirrelal uim Patronasii Ky iu civil practlee 3ltrli respecUullv Hollcitexl ajj ttonH iMiiile ami IOU HAY Injirirtrt Thu honc ha been rvfrntly rellUed and re hutil hedand llietnhleLatallUiK plied xxiih the hi ihe uiHrket inKKN Ky Boots and Shoes Irom the wholesale house ltr CPTracytOo VOinMOCTH OHIO T h CM 1 1 TXrWIicii vou xrunt the Rive tin iu forH uo4jr