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SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor Hazel Green Herald Of a Noisy World With News From All Nations Lumbrlng nt His Back 3 Sl00 A YEAR Always In Advance KKUTTIL VKAH M HAZEL UREKX WOLFE COUNTY KYf FRIDAY FEBRUARY DRAGGED TO DISHONOR Â¬ 17 1803 NUMBER 47 STATEMENT OF EARNINGS Our rfomeiiiV GHOSTLY LIGHTS Minnie hit a Sansatlonnl Experience of a Sleigh Mfc r irfcAf writes Mrs L C hiir Party - TORRENT TINKLINGS til Washington St Rochester X i I I niul I hare he- - fatnllv Poor thinir she little knows that her poor mother nasiinilthu fnnKumniifin nun is rn n i rnnvitinn tire fnmllv and hnrt been on tho decline tStlnVn tlo without there ever being any soreness swelling or mattcrating The injured part can be used without pain It also One tnbh spoonfiil Uuey remm led if ever uap- satisfa tinn not given points Contains no opium morphine TaUis u botl or in inenil njiaous home to daj ures hirap of sugar every 2 hours used it with her about u month and you ought to see the change She lias become hale unn uiixoin i nm Knowing 10 several other cures of consumption by hV Do not forget while using U in these grave cases that it cures a burn in ft mimites or heuls a bruise or fresh cut 1 It till the unerring Sf inppe fc hectic Hush Son RSofhis nhl set In The Property of thoGoorpin Confeder- A Newsy Lottor Rooeived Too Lnto Of tho Blue Grass Building find Loan ate Soldiers Homo is for Sale Assoointion of Loxlngton Ky For Lnst Wooka Issue Willilllll 0Conlor who resides For tho information of mombora Iho homo was built ns a refuge Toimiknt Wolfo county Fob t Kirksvillo in Madison county for tho needy and helpless old vet- - doorgo Rico started homo Tuesday of tho local loan aflsoeintioiiR horo is very much puzzled and excited erans in their declining years for a visit to his parents George and nt Mnytown wo append tho ovor an ml Nv5tn no This homo for tho homeless and has been in Torrent for about eight following Htrttomont of thooarningn gnastly tiro phenomenon three helpless was given to tho state and month and never has lost a daw of the parent association Ono of miles from Kiehinoiid recently all that was asked was a small an- - Wo think it is time for him h our citizens recently borrowed 200 n IM r r IIlMlvi His brother is at- - from tho homo association nnd HI III II IWUIH JII IIIL llllill II illlll lllll III I lllll 111 IIJ VI IIIi II - IMMIIK i i i subject ot spiritualism and relates J wo succoshvo Georgia legislatures tending to his business while ho is with it improved his property Ho a remarkable and interesting story refused to give it and the homo gone Clark makes a good busi- - pays tho dout in small monthly i l fa or And ihu mm for his country nndh installments and can novor miss iomgia 1t lwitirjICvory poor man should bo n In Mimpuny young men dishonored he proud tnto that well liked by every one Ho will it and two young ladies Mr OCon- - gave he countrv a Hill a Stoph go to May City to accept a position member Seo Prof W II Cord loft Richmond on Monduv ens a Toombs a Grady and a host with with Flovd Dav it Co on his and have him explain tho matter lb in a sleigh of other great minded and groat- - brothers return We dont like Then join tho Hazel Oroou associa- Â¬ It will pay you hotter than two Heel horses They headed statesmen has become tho to see him leave and all wish him tion drawn by wore on their way to a pnitv at prey of low and scurvy demagogs success in his now field of labor any investment you can rimko in t n any other way Koad tho record Tho miserable little immitatious for ho is a deserving young man I Ho niglit was 11111 a llgllt of men that now defile Georgias - TT111 for last year ufllll riv I 111 ItKSOlllCKS snow was falling but it was not Male capital and scrawl their ig- - w iuvn tho nthoi- - ilnvit viim xlrn 1 1 1 1 1 1 J I 11 11 1 1 w W J 0Il I 1 I 1 I - ll-- -I yards away When they reached statute hooks arc living libels up- - u niore than tho law allowed us Ja point about three miles south on a great state and a noble people so vm consolation ho re t young lion lonmi mat any man should ceived in our citv u jtv ono f t vust f i niium ugiii over on point to tlu e and say of such is M Holland is in town tonight a hillside about one hundred yards the state of Georgia Tho great on his way to lath county to see from the roadside and called at- Â¬ state is standing on her head Her hifi Iir miI by Kom loin Hail iniii 7202ol7 little girl Muck get married tention of the party to it brains are in the dirt and her feet and gather thorn together again iiviiiirriits The crowd thought it was tho re- Â¬ aro in the air It was not the head Installment Siouk Ducn 8227700 bo happy onco more Paid up Slock flection of a lamp burning in a nor tho heart of Georgia that turn Â¬ and you will SJJSOOi C 37S7 Tho lumber men from different Net lmllta house near by but as tho latter ed tho old confederate from the 127C0 bess Coupon Paid C00iU7 ii5 county aro as hick as was lQ yards away and the light homo that loving hands had reared jPrts viMmTii ky Amount due to complete loan 2000 OH on the hillside Mxceedinglv bright tor him and bade him find his uldlers in h hero in last two or n H wrnnispnN lu m her must bo on Mut all the throo weeks K D 7202A7 lirNTIllt nailer tney were unwilling m accept mis retuge in tlio grave a Invom More tho merrier Dividend declared IS I percent per lhev stopped to investigate the same tno hase wretches who did Paid up Capital 120000000 strange scene At this lime the the work have written a chapter of Mr Martin our lumber man annum LOAN STATKMKVT light began to clowly circle round Jeorgias history the only chap from Huntington W Va got a Total loans iniulu to Surplus r0HUH2 Dec rUing a great distance from the ter that will le stained with tears fall this evening and bruised him- lo This P mk nlieil the neonum- - of niertoioouUo And the self pretty badly but is not hurl Appraised fuiced mdo value i mm tiriiiiis trilco uul 1ii iih iiumi round then falling to tho earth of sorrow and shame 13 160000 of rcl estate security in men who did it are reformers seriously lifjtl rally thrti hiiit Knvteni Kfiitiieky again in large circle- is iiiNtiiiiiiT very laeility iifr lilier d ti rin uithin the liiiiit and Mr OConnor describes the ap Â¬ MM - are rapimy ngnieous repre- - Wanted A shoemaker for Tor-- Cash value of stock assigned uiey tin iiitxt as collateral eeurltv If2i 10 hvmmute liiinkuit uetlslv pearance of the light sis electric in sentatives ot mat oiensed scheme rent Kv AuUross I J lock brilliancv and savs there was no of redemption and plan of salva box l20o Total security 13911010 nan mere tion compendiously described as iiuman near too spot Representing very conservatively a tfeuu Bank been lie would have been visible Ocalaism They have Irmmi mighty loo Combs our shoomokor has ruy os 205 for every 110 loaned MT JjTKKUMi KY Tho in Oeorgia And this is their only moved to Hell creek as the light was m bright Stati of ICknivoky MiKiixo Mill Capita i 200uou cL JfuiMrs 30000 icurio ity of the young men arose work They have disgraced their County of Fuyoftb to a high pitch at this time and state dishonored and insulted t lit Tho Capture oi Breck Roberts I Mishop Clay Secretary of the J M PI 1ST A PP Pre iiKnt two of them alighted and waded old veteran and have made t hem I KIHKPATIUCK Viee Pro blent through deep snow Mreck Huberts who was son- - Mine Jrass National Building and drifts and solve the objects of every honest W W THOMSON tjuhier fenced to life imprisonment at tho Loan Association do hereby cortify stood for ti quarter of an hour mans loathing and contempt last June term of tho Mroathitt that tho within statement is true Werespeetfully nlieii the lui ine of watching the strange phenomenon Memphis Commercial men tanner- trailer- iiml circuit court for tho murder of and correct to tho best of my knowl Â¬ Meing chilled the party resumed conenillv thrntitiint Kntern Kentucky A Mowman and who es Â¬ edge and boliof James OLD IN AN INSTANT They drove to the Jive us a their journey uenurnl uinkiiit lniino dune Bishop Cbvv Signed nay your farm house where the party was to caped from our jail Jast October ehuuee to oml von n hank bonk Congressmen Learn How Liquors was captured last Friday elieek- - ami loan ymi money when in neoil Secretary near Dal be given and witnes ed the same V TlIOMl ON Cn h Aro Adulterated tonOa by Detective 0 W Drake peculiar spectacle which they had The recent session in the sub Â¬ of Campton and Sunday night was Subscribed and sworn to before become in contact with an hour Do Business With a Home Institution committee of the house judiciary delivered by him to Jailor Centers me by Bishop Clay on his 12th fore At the farm gate they again THK tLAY CITY JSi3 watched tho light another quarter committee investigating the whiskyÂ¬ The friends of Mowman put tho day of January J It OonitAM trust was devoted to watching ex case into Mr Drakes hands a few of an hour which continued to ap Notarial Seal Notary Public Â¬ proach them circling as it came periments by Mr Yoazoy in pro- weeks ago and he soon located Payette county Ky Ho left here ieorgia Mr OConnor ami companions ducing liquors by atutorntion him in S Ot Siiaiii1 Irosfdont CIAY CITY KY My the use of essential oil and es Â¬ Thursday morning tho id and the Bishop Ciav Secretary are unable to fathom tho mystery o0000 Capital sences and coloring matters he next morning by day light ho had 1KANK K lirsSHbh and others who have witnessed the nOYP DAY Mr T E C Brlnloy Pre iilent Ia hier same sight at or near this -- pot are produced in a few minutes whiskies Roberts in custody He reached No Pank in Ka tern Kentiirky ha- - better it is nuns and gins similar to those that Dalton Ja at midnight and went Ibis the following to imy about tlio vaults nor better faeilitie- - for keepini ymir likewi e puzzled to know what wore placed on the market and on horseback Jo miles to Villanow ICIectropoisJand how it cures after elleoH Manvijeil entirely bv home people iieeouut sold as pure goods The basis for whore he found thoeonvietod man of Li Irittpa Mt Sterling3 Grs Find hIio know o ami ho are always reaily to Olliee Brinlev Miles h Il irdv Co Hceoiiimoilnte yon Natural gas has been struck near this product was an odorless and Huberts was going under tho name ludsville Jan 30 lSyl f Moiiey to loan on reasonable rate hen Drako arrived Mt Sterling and the town as is colorless liquid known to tho trade of Caudill all on ii Gents While attending Mem It was worth about at Lexington Sunday ho de phis Iair Mime months agotho wan at is wild as spirits I u ual on -- uch occasions per gallon spatched to Jailor Centers that ho tacked with severe pains in my aruiH and DR UJRICGBALLS Mt Sterling with excitement My the use of compounds worth would bo hereon tho evening train legs the effects of grippe of lust winter s belt and yet within the about one and one half cents he and a large crowd mot him at tho I met your agent there Mr ilarbett the CURE on the border ofpoint mountains isn produced si gallon of liquor that depot MrDrake is rapidly becom who is nu old friend and insisted that I for twenty--evea di tributing his olliee l The pro- ing the most noted detective in use tho FJeetropoiseat results Jn awhich I did with wonderful counties and if this gas find would sell as high iis abort alllieteil vitl Tor the bent fit of anv of u- - xiimi- - trni- - we coiu s up rheunmti ni to expectations her duction of adulterated goods repre this section of tho state He has thru the pains left mo and concluded to eiiiiileiitlv olbr PU Wll ITPlI A II S growth will be marvelous ami she sented one half the liquor business worked up a number of cases at rent a jxiise When mv rental time had UUKlMATlr I IM - a prompt anl itliof the countrv My inisrepresen which others had failed and when expired I bought it and would not part lent renietlv one tliat eini be relieil upon will become ono of the leading with it for wnjr consideration It is cerutall times In the iullamatorv lorni ot the resident manufacturing and mer tat ion these goods wore worked up ho starts he rarely fails to get his tainly u wonderful instrument and it is liseae relief may be epeetel in a tew cantilecitiesof thesouth man A short on the entire trade of tho country more wonderful as to how it docs its the pain eeaiii hours the fever Mr Yoazoy urged that certain exceeding work yet it dues it think it is tlio niul swelling tlimini hiui from the begin distance from her not MniiRlnuuhtcr and Durglnry witnesses no names given bo duty of every man to make known to tho nine of the treatment twenty five miles aro rich coal oo Wells charged with man Â¬ in onler In the treatment of ehronieea-e- that will be fieldsjine iron ore and tho best called as soon as possible as some slaughter has been convicted in afllfcted anything Klectropoise a benefit tn eliiniiute the constantly aecumulalinv to them and the certainly of them would find it more conve Â¬ poison troin thesy tem the reinetly uuiM be hard and soft timber of the coun- Â¬ Marion county Very respectfully court jiersevereil in until a healthy aetiou of the nient to bo in Kuropo than before the sentenced to twocircuit impris- Â¬ will Cannel coal fifty miles from T E C IUUNLY and years tlitiereut organ ean be e tablisheil niul it try the committee if they wore given onment in the Mr llrinly Is penitentiary Wells Ihsi known plowono of the oldest and entirely Oicpeiulrtl Persons lia her is pryed from the bed of time lortiiitioii manufacturers in the ble to rheumatic nttaeks from anv eaiiM Oras y Creek and split to a feather shot and killed his father but country siieli as error in liet epure to draft of edge when dry can be ignited from Imprisonment Did Not Reform Him claimed that the shooting was ac- Â¬ The diseases cured by tho Klcctropoiso air over heating dampness or change in tlie weather chouhl begin to take the rem a match and veins in some places cidental In tho samo court Frunk lire not confined to any particular cla H Jillis Johnson celebrated his edy as soon as first s mptouis are noticed exceed seven feet in thickness Chambers was convicted of burgla- Â¬ of ailments by it s use oxygen la ab much dintre s incouveui- With these contiguous resources return from the penitentiary to thereby avoiding the Middlosborough bv arming himself ry and his punishment tlxed Ht six sorbed throughand pores and membranes iiiim iiiiiii adds strength vigor entire If you have stttr neck lame buck mucii and ft valuable gas find her people with two pistols and making an at- Â¬ years in the penitentiary There system and will euro any to tho where diseaso intlamed and uitllon lavt bright anticipations CoV lar Mirnes tender tack upon John S Turner at his aro five other indictments against there is vitality to buildon and cure 1 ioiuts vou can coufideitly expect ouisk re HlgtOll elnioiu niilili lief by the use of Ml WlllTHIIAIIV Wo invito all t call or write possible saloon Johnson was proprietor him for similar offences UIIKtMATIf ITKK and get full particulars Mr C F Davis editor of tho of the notorious Oum Spnngsaloon aobl at Tint II Kit vln otliee nt iV a box Court at Georgetown WEBU DUBOIS Mloomliold Iowa Farmer says at tin time Kasmussion was cap- Â¬ Koom 10 Norton Block Tho first term of tho circuit can recomniend Chamberlaiirs tured and hanged by a mob for court of Scott county under the Fourth nod JofTjwin at Ixiuisville Ky Cough Hemudy to all sufferers with his conniption with the trouble now order is in session with Judge colds and croup I have used it in there He was arrested and sent Cantrill on the bench and John S Judge Lisle Resigns IIAZKI tillKKN KY my family for the nast two years to the penitentiary for ono year Smith prosecuting Judge Cant- Â¬ Hon M 0 Lisle congreoman Are the onlr tlrin in the town which linn and have found it tho best I ever His time expired on tho 1st rill appointed Judge JnmeB F As Â¬ elect from tho Tenth- district Iihh dies the jtutly celebnitcd used for the purpose for which it kew master commissioner of tho resigned the ollico of county judgo Slzomorea Injurios Provn Fatal 50 bottles for halo is intended court of Chirk county which ho now After nino days suffering Alex by Hoeo it Jones Sizemoro who was injured by tho Judge J C Lykins Dr Tnulbeo holds tho resignation last Satur- Â¬ from the wholesale house of inbo Elam of Wolfo county explosion of gas in a cistern at tho Jonas Vansant and Henry Iiorutt day Tho board of magistrates was convicted of soiling his vote corner of Limestone and Third of Wolfo county nnd J If Hatch- Â¬ will lo convonod a few days latoi and was disfranchised for life A streets Lexington is dead at his er of Floyd nil potontinl fngtorn to elect a Hticcewor to Borve until IOltTSMOUTJI OHIO punishment nil will say homo in that city Ho was twunty in horo the November oloction when a tirUheii you want the HKSY footwear proper about tho man that bought nino years old loaves a wifo and this mountain politics were Hut how week Winchester Democrat new judgo will bo olected to servo pive them a cull inHly Imj done out tho romiundor of Judge Liulon with one mild and carried an ncuidonf What should it KINK JOII IKIVTIXO 100 tjrm TukoTiiK IlEiiAMiHyvnr policy for fOOO Winchester Democrat J 17K IMII IT THIS OlFIt K hi in llammution or pnin ii j j 1 i I 1 i jj0 t - 1 Loans made on li rut Mortgngo Heal testate 69V000 Furniture nnd Fixture 118T Accrued Interest U5l Due on Account Iktli Cash in Hunks SU00S Uuilion lliititl 20-I2-- V n J ij I winchesteeTbahk pr-Mi-- 1 - I Â¬ 111 - i i j i 1 I 1 i 1 Â¬ Traders Deposit i j -- nier-eliiui- t- - - bn-ine- -- 1 Â¬ National banK Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ 1 blue-gra-- RHEUMATIC per-on- Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ n- - Â¬ b-iiiiuu 1 J Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - 1iii-t- - i t -- 4 Rose Jones 1 - Boots and Shoes Co CP Tracy IKS fW JM 0frrTVr Hazel Green Herald THE SAM2 OLD QNI0KER3NEE HfjMilillcntii H Jilto 6pubflflan organs arc full of nnaera at ih reform of thu pension ys llAsb grebnJ T t I KY teiw ptoiswed by tho domooraUi In fact every tcfrrenco to the need of Hindi a reform throws tho organs Into NERVOUSNESS OF NOTED MEN spamus during which the country rnmon Orator OHmi Hot WVnlolCnocd loarns oncu again that thu democratic party Is simply an aggregation of on liMtiir ThHr Auillctiit traitors banded together to accomplish ItlniH ticou recently Hluteii ly box who know him voll tlmVMr Hpuronn what tho armies of Lee failed to ac wtHtitlUnnalhur oxainplo or thu fuel complish of and determined to wage a extermination against the flint publlo tnoti often qualco on the ov crusade surviving soldiers of the imlou of tholr ffrout MiiueuKH Though fmv Tho organs furthermore scorn to as Â¬ KUOMCll It llO WIIHtlurVOUH In MpujllclllK1 sume that they arc approved In those uml onu roMiilt of thu illmiKtnnm jitiulo Indiscriminate nt LlioKumlny Ounleiis in IHM wu Unit u not ny me and rancorous charges people by tlio federal vet hu ovnr uftorwiiril tlronileil oxolteinout erans They have so long pursued a In ffnmt mntlunmut At tlio Vvvv Triulo attempting to buy votes by hnll In Muuohoater t7J tin orator was policy ofover turning tho treasury to In buoyant ami brilliant form Vol bo agents and tholr confederatespension that foro tlollvurhiff bis utltlrowi ho hail they Infer that every man who drawn boon attaclioil by ntsrvous hIoIciuns PENSION FFtAUDS a pension or who want to draw a pen lu tlio anlo rooin Ah wo havo sion belongs body and soul to the re- Â¬ ltalilleaii Hyntont of itolihliiK tin KUwroHlcil llils diirloiiM preliminary publicans and that the people Peoil havtinr recoil NimiiiM to bo u frequent ohnrait More than twenty years ago tJcn apparently acquiesced lu this so long terlalloof tin uiTiirtN that enttitllh or will continue to acquiesce lu It Indefi- Uarlleld III his place In the house ol InaroiiNo fame Inquiry tnuilo tmmvn nitely representatives said The pension Homo form of tlmoroiiHncNn ilo ilh They are mistaken In list is swollen beyond all account tlnutlon lllco Its nluiilow It may have tions They overestimateboth assump More frauds the patience tiro being purpulralod on peculiar ami oven eeeentrle fenturon of the people and they liiiilcrcMtlmntu the government by claim axonts than IJilmtinil YaUm ban mentioned tlio cane the patriotism of from any other source And asehalr of a dlHtliiKulNlicd Itvtti polltiuitin Is a general and the veterans There man of the cotnmllten on emphatic demand In appropriano tod for IiIh iIiinIi and aplomb while lu the ranks of both parties for an honest tion he rnrther said We may rea tlio hotiNo of oinaioiiH to whom on one and judicious administration of the sonably expect that the expeniltturef oouanlon Sir llonvy I la I ford tint oinl pension department Tor pensions will steadily and for uont phyHlolan favo an ucuomit of u revision or the syhtciu whicha radical less legislation should bo decrease un already unwarrantarailway accident Tlio narrator win pours out In alleged lawful pensions bly extravigaut elaborate In hh description and It wan nearly one half of the Do not the vast expenditures for pen entire national loo much for IiIh llAtcnurN nerven In revenue In a stream which Is enlarirluir sions show tliatlliey havo been unwarthe midst of I ho Mory thu doctor had to at an appalling rate every year More- Â¬ rantably extravagant An uxohungc hrunlf olV Ills friend was on tlio point over it hau insult to tlio old Pension agents have soldiers truly hiiyn of fainting themselves to say tltat they are not in fattened at tlio public crib Cowardly Condition of iiilnd bordiMtutr on pnnlo sympathy with the people on this ques- politicians have truckled to the soldlci has often prevailed up to the teat mo tion Such an allegation carries with vote Thousands of names have been mont with men who have had to face It the charge Hint the old soldiers do put upon tlio rolls that do not belong critical audiences The late Lord Derby not deserve pensions but have been there Tlio self respect and self re earned the tllleof the Kupcrt of de pensioned by the republicans through Minion of thousands of union veteratn halo from Ida dashing alacrity but he either charity or a desire to bribe have been undermined by thosu win declared when I am irolnirto sneult them The truth is thousands of the sur have held forth the temptation of re my throat and llpi are as dry as thoio viving boys in blue both pensioned ceivlng support from tho untlonn ofa man who iHtfoliitf to be hanged and unpcuMnncd join heartily in the treasury when but ror tho induce Ho nevor roue to speak without expo demand that the pension roll shall be ments urged by punslon agents II103 rlonolng u peculiar and very unpleasant one or honor and merit instead of bai Â¬ would never have thought of present nervous tremor The name was said ter and sale for partisan purposes and ing claims for that which I hey did not of Lord LyndhursU That eminent private gain and It Is estimated that need Jurhit and idatesiimn wait totally unable fully one third of tho soldier vote was A writer In tlio Century pleads foi to freo hliunolf from beginning to end cast at tho hist election for the politithe reinstatement of the old fashioned of hlsearcor of trepidation and ncrvoun cal party making this demand virtue of manly independence the ab emotion when he got upon his lega to The Jrand Army lazette a recog- hence of which litis made so many able add rims either a court or parliament nized and reputable organ of the bodied paupers in public profeesioua Cunning ti told his friends that tut A It speaks thus plainly on tills and private life uml expresses tin Unew beforehand by a dlHtigruuubloHot point hope that congress will be cotnpellei of HymptouiH when he should win and If to iluy every limn itinl wonuui whoso imiim by popular indignation to order sucl Hold tlio oar or the house and extort h on tlio ticimloa lint were icoiilrcil to upponr thorough Investigation as will open the lieroro tlio toiir mitliorlty liar to Ntilwtuii the admiration oven of his advcrKitricrt way for a radical reform of the pension tiute Iliitia to ttml I In wan ahvaya eonselouHof an ominous woliltltheiruilnitttiMl tn himIoii iy oyIUiuh limit olllce and tlio pension system - Detroit lie nay ronriof chill of four It meant not failure as lowed liv Hi mot Uliieiitof Jurli n luw or would Free Press there va 1Ih dread but u Hue oration Kml taiitotilUfdlv be ti jmsit tunny immo lulten NOTES AND COMMENTS HoCantelar the silver tongued Spanish from Uih IIhi nltoetlier uml n far nmtcr man of la simply miserable on thu evo lier Tlio pitinUinrrrt mimed In amount tribune people ulioidd limn this inoiiey wivml for The republicans have wbippei of a ureal speech Ills unrest and tlieni Wn liellevo the IneoniliiK ndnilnmtm out their burglars tools mid are ham anxiety on such occasions are a charac- Â¬ lion will do It No lioiiewt mini Mhoiild olijuet at work on several western legisla teristic feature of the man lie wait Ahhiii odly no futr etertin will do ho TIiciikIU Iiiih iilivuyH fnvoriMt high pen tures but in tlio oiid they will havi tiers dUlruught about the building In hIoiin for ilottmliur etunuii4 If n miUller in had their trouble for their piuns X which tlio eortes Is lu session o mituiil service wm mulniMl or dtmihled ho thiil Y World nudum Into the cafe to take a ghuw of liH iwiwer to itmht Uiiny for hlumelf mid Is no state in tlio union in water seems to lie mded lib a fevers hi ruinll wiih rono or Inipnlred IiIh Iohh or im wblen There the republican party is more ol Hhoulrt ho inuile yoad fancies ho will not leuotv how to put imlniiontin granting hjimIoim SoTlmt wun tho a baulc number than Wisconsin Sow loin iw tho lurHM tlio worda together that he will be repuhllciiii inrty did tlmt tho iieoplo HtiMtiilned Peek says there is nothing left of It ex laughed at or hissed not single lucid theut cept the colored man who tends tlu Wliuii they left Unit mifn Bfoiind uml inn idea of his speech remains lu his head furnnce in the state hotmo collar N onu ticHchmoiw he waa confused and had forgot tun linrluil tihoitrd thegrent ncii of nxinitHgiiuiia titUIng iirifty of elntni agency Y World overythliiff until the moment when wlutrhH they licgtui to to tho mnifldeneeof the Whenever tho republican party ho IooIch round upon the expectant peoplii becomes convinced that groveling In faces and delivers the first sentence of Tlio republican party litis worked tlio mud his address Then words do not fall the soldier vote to the utmost and has not return before the soldier vote will it to power It may nekuowt they come to his help In stately sonor been Overwhelmingly beaten more than edge the pension frauds that are now ous oriler Then onurngo does not Ihiff once If that Is its dependence for a plain enough to everybody obu St Ho Is a statesman with a mission In- restoration to power It may as well o Louis Itopubllc spired and earnest Kvery atom of forthwith into liquidation Louisville it was the trust stocks that fell tlinorousnesH litis ovuporn toil OtiHsol Im oiY mot by reiiMtu or Mr Clcvoliiudt Saturday Journal THE SENATORIAL CONTESTS election and they are the stocks wlilcV A rllilllillin ltMftoil the country can see depressed not only Users of the telephone are apt not struggle of the Uejtiililleuiin to Itetuln with equanimity but with a certain 1onliol of lie Senate only to bo Impatient at tlio apparent teeiingiiiiii justice is Doing done k The threatened conlllet in several men or the central slowness who had no pity to those whom which Is states over the olectiou of United often unavoidable In the press of busi- States the MoKluloy law had made thulr vle senators may lie regarded as a ness at the oxehnugo especially at cer present evil but there is little doubt ItniN N Y World tain times or tint day but to express It ultimate good olVereddust one little suggestion ia to be their ktntlments on tlio subject with tin thatllxlngwill prove an or tho republican press The sys Hy the attention the country tem or republican compromising vigor In Austria such upon the opportunities protection has been for corruption nn Indulgence may prove more ex- alVorded by declared a fraud Thosu who have tho present system of pensive than It would be In this coun Â¬ electing senators it will force and been caught supporting that fraud need try Uecentty in Vienna a merchant hasten lite adoption of thu amendment have no anvlety as to the democrat wlunvtiH anxious to connect speedily to the federal constitution proposed by ic policy Deiuoeriita will utiiuugo the with the central wus detained by atom Senator Palmer They arc of Illinois making national iilfairs for a time porary bloelc on the line Without senators elective by the people of the responsible to thu people and 101110 walling to Mini the cause or the deten- spates crats on go llshlng- - Chicago Tlmo tion ho vouted his ire by speaking in Tito late republican candidate The adoption of uncomplimentary terms or the slowness has been forenoon such an amendmentÂ¬ for vice president was good enough to and regarded as in of the operator at the exchange who remark President or course heard It all She said noth evitable or Minio years past It has Cleveland concerning dllllculties Inelect that tho hie been made inevitable by tho election ing thou but a day or two after the to the senate In u number of stales of way are enormous but the opportunity merchant received u summons for huv millionaires without Mr Held is donbllcsi marked qualifica- Â¬ is also grout lug used abusive ami defamatory tion or capability whose election in thankful that he has been permitted to language respecting the young lady clearly nroved to avoid facing thu enormous dllllculonfcos has and on tho casu being brought before home been the been of bribery have rotH Pub ties which confront u successful candithe court ho was lined ilfty dollar or thoetuteusplnn has date even If he has lost tlio opportulic condemnation 1S Y Sun been growing rapidly or late years but nity Detroit Free Press The people havo twice declared the tpropohcd amendment might have Tho llinittliitiMtrK Murine Call fallen of adoption by three fourths of their disapproval of the MelClnley tar One of Detroits stayhitcs was out llifl oilier evening to see a girl whoso early tho stale legislatures for some years to Ill yet the reptibllotin leaders with that como out for lirethat Is to Hay up to within seven presented In theme object lessons now utter total madness which lu nreccdes destruction are busy tho at northwestern states years ago and she Is now twenty two There Is no longer room for doubt tempt to further delude tholr followers was passed In the country Ho didnt by ungrounded assurances that the know when to leave ami as early as that tho republican party still uuilug democracy will not and dare not touch as tho agent of the plutocrats who con- Â¬ do von oolocU tho girl yawned Some trolled It in the Into campaign Is to the tarllY Contempt for the people tlmo nfUsrward bo wild make a divspcrato and dctcriutuod and the peoples will is 11 coullrmed re Â¬ Wonljkou sing Tor nteV Louisville Courier struggle In the legislatures of live publican habit She loolccd at the clbclc with hetivy lonrnal statcH with iv view of retaining conoyes When the seuato of the Iulted No slio replied It Is too late to trol of the rnlted States senate Tho lng but If you will stay a Uttlo longer special Intercuts which arc behind tlio States shall become democratic the re- Â¬ republicans believe that In retaining peal of the federal election luw which ru crow tor you Hut somehow ho didnt feel Hlto ac Â¬ control 01 mat body they will succeed has hcou iurorco ror over twenty years cepting her Iclnd Invitation Detroit after all in defeating tho popular do will become povHlble The people havo spoken against the force bill They maud for a reform In the lineal ioIlclc Krro I Mess of government will expect ovcry form or federal Inter in This Is one of tho boldest and moit forenco with thu freedom of tho ballot Dr Pentecost who gocsuvar from tklM country to take ohargo ofu Irtvi audacious schemes to defeat tho popu to bo removed Tho regularly author Â¬ VftpurUu ultmoli In London Is to haio lar will tho country ban over scon It ized guardians of the peace need no Xroo unU hmm mhxxy of f 7flN t Is well far men of all ptutltN to bo on assistance on election day in this Herald Kuanl against hitch attempts to sub- Â¬ Â¬ SPKNOKU COOLKK rubfiiucr ptuluil 1otiiUftn Itrronn Wrlllihi Hitler Ooiilnni vort popular government and porvwrt It to wrong tiafts Doubtless the hum who desire to Hoe n senrrto majority hostile to thu spirit of reform are not all In one party It is n purl of their polities to divide tlicb strength be tween both lint the fftot remains that It Is to the democratic oarty that the country looks to maintain tho unbalance as well as the form of popular government It can b relied upon to mont tho expectations of tho people Whatever the result In those con tents the fact of their existence will serve to accentuate the demand for the adoption or the Sixtientlt amendment That It will bo adopted and Dint soon there Is no longer much room to doubt Tho people who have ooine to know and understand and trust thoiusolvus win no longer tolerate a synteui to which the wisest and best men lu the constitutional convention went opposed St Louis Itopubllc Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J AJP per ct difference Royal Baking Powder I Strongest Purest Most Economical Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ As to whethrr nny of the bnlcing powders nrc equal to When tho official testa clearly determine the Royal were purchased from samples of various bakinj powders the grocers and analyzed by the United StntC3 Govern- Â¬ ment Chemists and the Chemists of State and City Hoards of Health the reports revealed the fact that the Royal contained from 28 per cent to do per cent more leaveninp strength than the others and also that it was more per- Â¬ fectly combined absolutely pure and altogether wholesome As most of these powders arc sold to Trt tI consumers at the same price as the Royal by the use of the Royal Dalcing Powderthcre EmX2l Vjrg Pmcs Â¬ watVV Nt is an average saving of over one third be sides the advantage of assured purity and IN fl 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ wholesomcness of food and of bread biscuit and cnlce made perfectly light sweet and palatable Iflli The official reports also reveal the pres- Â¬ ence in other powders of nltim lime or sulphuric acid by which their use is made a matter of grave danger to the consumer lliciitiHT a baking powder is sold at a lower price than a gift it is a certain indication that it is wads front alum and is to be avoided under all circumstances Â¬ i tteAojaottit f avow my wild a aiu to Matul on caliuicui acniliticil individual in a to Iiih in iiflilior but If It Is JiiHt the muiiic to would hlo thai irlvlUi Im- iuvnilf j exclusively Will you plijueu lci down ea lliu llooil1 1111 I - ft I iivvi liouu orniHioaallv irouliVd with CoiijIih and in itfti eiiMihuvo iihci Uiv rhutl tuiirn whloli Imvt nnvir foloil and iiuiHt wiy lliovai u wotimd to ilmii In J tlio world May CuUltr St nil jh 1 Win Â¬ Â¬ J Wk out too iniiali and talio ton Ilfhput door oxmrlMi This lliu laultof 111ml lie leave any oi iHivilUntinn KciTovlhl ivirol lluslmi- u nvNlon In Tim Hluiphi It is fliilinwl that tlfltl hlii will tnr Mm No hut horli raiiiody nolle fluuit to lie left liei- plumy ol innaev to hoi the bunt OVOICOIUO ttlDhO atltisod tlio inailet utleiih- - Inter Ocean ViNiiiAiiiiMIMiilKiii in piitilni Iu a ona Hoom roit Onu Osir Chun Wlmt do tlio hliid -- And iiow old In tho lata Maul Iiiuiiu with inidi yon tlilult el my new iiuilVl Ill liu un in h- - iiuiu Mmile Lovely Hut where do you nut vein- other llvoyoatrt 111 - How Anetir the rent of ilils limma ot Joeohf DoosnL tins landlord 11M a KikmI deal lor III Jones -- Yes he often units live uml tax tinicH u 1ae11il1 fur It- youiH - Mas McCiom ttayH hIio iui iuVi trust licr IiiihIiuhI out or liiMhlulit UiiIki wlioln with I11111 llaswii Traimci tpu ir 41 11 - -- - luiniir N V lluiuld JoNKft -- I dont believe HltvhiH hxmu1h hnir us iiuic li tuoiiey us he did horoie lie won No I Icuoiv lie dont Hniltli itiiin led IiIh wife upends lb now Inter Ocean tlsu HaloH llnniyol lluinlinimd lilcos Iootlaicliu Drops Cuio in inoi HowMvT11aovr Hurra To itaa is luiiniin M Whydiit 0110 aiufl uf on luiuiita U m lialvciiai Ninvs nail to allck to It -- T JACO LUMBAGO Oil fjCMSfcV xv jVil m 1 1 BRUISES SCIATICA SPHAINS BURNS SWELLINGS rS-iCFasi- rir l ikiir MW ff - - IIUIIkIm I M tilu d IVilfiilin of fie WotMH iiiiiiiidii rviiwmii er nnpiiM n iiiuMiii i iiimI 11 llPllltlfllllv llnilr HI i nt loeiy mlitr upuK n ccit of ioR lu leMitfo 1 AilVf lUUl nl l ESSsW CJ iiwjfP -- SSl Â¬ r iiiv mi ifii tut 11 i- I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Articles by Great Pastors - Â¬ 11 Will present vlera on lutereatinjr social nud religious tliomcu by leaden oi thought in the Anivricnii puljiit Rev Morgan Dix D D LL D Rector of Trinity Church New Yotk City will answer the interiatlnjr iiicstlou vrc Society Women huiinccro Â¬ Â¬ The Rev John R Paxton D D of tho moot popular of New Yoikc jmstoni will illsrusii in two nrticlm TIoSoclnl Sklogf n Church nml Arc Women More ReliKiou tlmn 0110 Â¬ ilnM His Eminence Cardinal Gibhons the foremost prelate of the Catholic Church In Amerhfl will tell the beautiful story of wlmt coimtltutCH I ho Iifo of n Sinter of CharHy The above nrtlclcg In con neotion with the unpublished writings of Henry Ward needier wilt appear timing JS93 in Â¬ The Ladies Home Journal Subwrlptlon AgenU Wanted Profitable Work Seed for Terna ThC CurtU i CW nt the r i PubllohlneComnan O ws StandS One Doilnr n Year nkliAlMii f I 41k 4 n 1 Â¬ ri coun-try-Ohlea- go o MM 9 minutes for he w hw mwmee K me kiiiI hn bun rnbbvA Mek mi the five eona of ton minute apkee unci t tunoH tivo aro nity If thorn bo A00 person proeeutmU he bo ton minutes too late he kes commit-Â¬ ted a robbery of fl000 minutes for ten times flOO aro flOOO und 6000 minute aro olghty throo houra which make The thief of dry moro than three day goods the thof of bank bllU U not half so bad as tho thlof of time Dr Uush tho greatest and husleat physician of his day approolatod the vnluoof time and whoti asked how he had been able to gather so muuh Infor- Â¬ mation for his books and lootures ho re- Â¬ plied huvo boon able to do It by economizing my time I havo not spent ono hour In amusement In thirty years And taking a blank hook from hi I IIU a book llko thla pocket ho said every week with thoughts that occur to mo and facts collected In tho rooms of bv tn If tke with five per Ve aair4etRtelen ho aw 001 t IN THE CENTURIES tho Years of Many Oonor- ntions ll PUmsh r Klrrnlty CIhroif Ii Illvlilliltr Him Inrtlmi j iGonlctcr k I rim h l ill f mnRoii K- - ny i itcityWow Year ouu ti- Stu iumi jiKflttVoiivHtliiy sermon Tho Chrouol ll Hvanproprlutoly took for tho attbjuet of his riftv Dr Tiilmnga Sunday morning lr ivvll vilitf ili text i ffV tf the Ulblo or God Among tho it oIiobou was Deuteronomy Vim 7 I r li 11 the eras are the centuries are the regi tlio brigades ment and the years are thccnmpaiiics Forward Into the eternity past out of the eternity to come Forward la the command and nothing can huluthem oven though the world should die Consider the While obeying my I propose years of many generations to speak of the Chronology of the Hlble or 1ml Among the Ceuturles make n distinction between time and eternity but time Is only a piece of olcrmty ami chronology 1ms been en Â¬ gaged In the divine work of dividing tip this portion of eternity that we call time into compartments and putting it events in their right compartment Ik iik much an injustice against the past to w rongly arrange its events as it would Ve an injustice If through neglect of chronological accuracy It should In the fur distant future be said that America was discovered in 1771 and the declara Â¬ tion of indepondcncewas signed In IDJ and Washington born ton the ii d of March and the civil war of the United Mates was fought In laiO ACod puts all the events of time In the light place let us be careful that we do not put them In the wrong place The chronology of the Hlble taken six steps but they are steps so long It makes us hold our breath as we watch From Adam to the movement From Abraham to the Abraham exodus out of Kgypt From the exodus to the foundation Solomons temple From the foundation of Solomons tcinplo to the destruction of that temple From the destruction of the temple to the return from Hubylonlsh From Babylonish captivity captivity to the birth of Christ lironology takes pen and pencil and calling astronomy and history to help say- Lot us fix one event from which Let It be a to calculate everything the Christmas alar the Iethlehcm star And from thaj we go back and Mar see the world was created 1001 years be fou Christ the deluge came JIK years before Christ the exodus out of Kgyptoccurrcd I tat yearn before Christ and Solomons temple was destroyed army divinely commanded Â¬ lood by 1W21 Welcome isij now As an army Is divided Into brigades and regiments and companies and they observe this order in tiioir mareu ana l0ir tread Is majewtle so the time of lllllltil tlllft 1111 11ti iictiilrimtil la in i miw 1110 WUIHI lAimuini The old friend stranger entered the valedictory was IMi-jThe old stranger arriving la sui friend was garrulous wljlt the occur Â¬ rences of many day a hut tho stranger his linger over his lip and said uoth Injr aivl seemed charged with many I did not see secrets ami mysteries or the urrlval hut cither the departure was sound asleep thinking that wan forme tho bent way to be wideawake a In lit nlirltl i wlillit tin iii iw plo wcro watching an niuny K00 old friend paused out of our homes and U VlUWt - gOlUMlll A l im I Consider it ions year- - of umny viWtr making - 1 tet i- - 1 r will hi iltn iii iMii rutiiki Chronology entors the first chapter of Genesis and says the day mentioned i l sieve ik not a uayoi uvuiuj iuui but of ages the word there translated an day in other places meaning ages and ho the ltlble account of the creu at ton and the geologists account of the iii Ill t I f r I i creation are completely harmonious Chronology enters the bqok of Daniel and says that the words time and a luil f mean a year and a half Chronology enters at another point and shows us that the seasons of the vcar were then only two summer and We find that the Hlble year winter MO days Instead of MS that the was day was calculated from 0 oclock In the morning to I oclock at night that the night was divided Into four watches namely the late watch the midnight the cock crowing the early watch The clock and watch were Invented so long after the world began their mission that tlio day was not very sharply di- Â¬ vided In lllble times Aha had a sun dial or n flight of stairs with a column nt the top and the shadow which that column threw on the steps beneath in dleated the hour the shadow lengthen Ink or withdrawing from stop to step lint the events of lifts and the events of tlm world moved bo slowly for the most part In Hlble time that they had no need of such time pieces as we stand on our mantels or carry in our poolcots in an ago when a man may have a half dozen or a doen engagements for one day and needs to know the exact in Urn to for each ono of them The earth Itself In inula times win tlio oblof time plow and It turned once on Its avis and that was a day and onco around tho sun and that was a year It was not until the Fourteenth corn tury that the almanao was born tlm almanac that wo tos carelessly about not realising that It Jnok tho necuinu laird Ingenuity of more than MjWyoar to imiliq one Chronology had to bring tutu Its service the monuments of Kgtptnnd the cylinder of Assyria id tho brlcUa of ilabyloii and the pot Â¬ tery of Nineveh and tho medals fttruok whllo mayors and governors and prod dents with uncovered head looked onl and all tho hieroglyphics that could bo Hut put all those grand reviews to- Â¬ dcolphorod and had to go Into tho ex- Â¬ gether and thoy aro tamo compared tremely dellcato business of asking the with the review which on this Now ages of Adam and Seth anil Knock and Year day you from tho pow and I Methuselah who after their 5100th year from the pulpit witness wanted to bo thought young Hour them pass In chronological order 1 think It must have been in recogni- Â¬ all the years before tho Hood all tho tion of tho stupendous work of making years since the flood decades abreast an almanao that all thu days of the centuries abreast epochs abreast mil- Â¬ week are named after tho gods Sunday lenniums abreast Egyptian civilization after the sun which was of old wor Â¬ llabyloulaii populations Asyrlun doÂ¬ shiped as a god Monday after tho minions armies of Iersian tfrcclau moon which was also worshlpod as a reloponneslan ami Homanwars llyzan god Tuesday after Tueseo the god tine empire Saracenlo hosts crusaders of war Wednesday after Woden the of the tlrst the second third and tho chief god of tho Scandinavians Thurs last avalanche of men dark ages lu day after Thor tho god of thunder somber epaulets and brighter ages with Friday after Frea tho goddess of shields of silver and helmets of gold marriage And Saturday after Saturn Italy Spain France llussla Germany The old lllble year began with tho Jftth Knglnud and America past and pres- Â¬ of March Not until J7YJ did the first ent dynasties feudal domains despot Â¬ of the month of January get the honor isms monarchies republics ages on In legal documents In lugland of being ages ages on ages passing to day In a called the tlrst day of the year chronological review until one has no Improvements all along have been more power to look upon the advancing made In chronology until the calendar columns now brilliant now squalid and the almanac and the clock and the now garlanded with peace now crim- Â¬ watch seem to have reached perfection son with slaughter how horrid with and all tho nations of Christendom have ghastllness now radiant with love and similarity of time calculations and have joy adopted what Is called now style ex Â¬ This chronological study affords cept Utissla which keeps what Is called among other practical thoughts espe the old style and Is twelve days dif- Â¬ cially two the one encouraging to thq ferent so that waiting from there If last degree and theother startling The you wish to bo accurate you date your encouraging thought Is that tho main letter da unary ami January lit or De drift of the centuries has been toward cember JO and December UJ it Is some betterment with only hero and there a thing to thank Clod for that the modes stout reversal Grecian elvlllatlon are so complete for calculating tho was a vast Improvement on Kgyptlun cycles the centuries the doendos the civilization and Unman civilization a years the mouths the days thu hours vast Improvement on Grecian civiliza- Â¬ the hcconds tion and Christian civilization Is a vast Think of making appointments as in Improvement on Roman civilization the ltlble days for the time of the now What was the boasted age of Pericles moon Think of making one of the compared with the ago of Longfellow watches of the night In lllble times a and Tennyson What was Queen rooster crowing The ltlble says He Kllzabeth as a specimen of moral wom fore the cook crow thou shall deny me anhood compared with Queen Victoria If the Master oometh at the What were the cruel warriors of olden thrice cockcrowlng ami that was tho way times compared with tho most distinthe midnight watch was indicated The guished warriors of tho last half cencrowing of that barnyard bird has tury all of them as much distinguished always been most uncertain Tho crow Â¬ for kindness and good morals as for ing is at tliu lowest temperature of the prowess -- tlio two military leaders of night ami the amount of dew and the our civil war on northern and southern direction of the wind may bring the side communicant members of Christian lowest teutperalure at 11 oclock at churches and their home life as puro as night or J oclock In the morning and their public life at any one of six hours Just before a Nothing Impresses mo In this chrono- Â¬ tho crowing of chanticleer In the logical review more than the fact that rain night Is almost perpetual the rogiiuents of years are better and Compare these modes of marking better regiments as tho troops move on time with our modes of marking time 1 thank God that you ami 1 were not when VI oclock is tJ oclock and 0 bora any sooner than wo were born oclock Is I oclock and 10 oclock is 10 How could u have endured the disas oclock and Independent of all weath- ter of being born In the eighteenth or ers and then thank Cod that you live seventeenth or slxteonteenth century now Hut notwithstanding all the Im Glad am that wo are in the regiment perfect modesof marking hours or years now passing the reviewing stand and or centuries Hlble chronology never that our children will pasM the stand lu trips tip never falters nevercontradlcts a atlll bettor regiment God did not Itself and here Is one of tho best argu Â¬ build tills world for a slaughter house ments for tho authenticity of tho Scrip- or a dun of infamy A good deal of cleaning house will bo tures prove an alibi In tho necessary before this world becomes as If you can courts and you can prove beyond doubt clean and sweet as It ought to be but that you were In soino particular place the brooms and the scrubbing brushes at the time you were charged with do- Â¬ and the upholsterers and plumbers aro ing or saying something hi quite an already busy and when tho world gets other place you gain the victory and fixed up as It will be If Adam and Kvo Infidelity has tried to prove an alibi by ever visit It as I expect they will they Well this contending that events ami clrcuiu will wiy to each other atances In the Hlble ascribed to certain beats paradlso when wo lived there times must have taken place at some and the pears and tho plums aro better other time If they took place at all than wo plucked from the first trees Hut this books chronology has never and wardrobes are more complete and been caught at fault It has been tho climate Is better Since I settled In my own mind the proved that when the Hebrews went Into Kgypt there were only seventy of fact that God was stronger than tho them and that when they came out devil I have never lost faith lu tho emparadisatlou of this planet With tho there were lti000i of them Now says Infidelity with a guffaw exception of a retrogression In tho Dark world has of that It can not suppress what an ab- - Ages the movement up tho up and I and down Into Kgpyt been on and on and They went surdity and came out 1000010 That have two jubilant hosannas one for seventy la a falsehood on the face of it Nations the closing year and tho other for tho Hut my new year do not Increase lu that ratio Hut the other thought coming out of Tho a moment skeptical friend hold says the Jews were UtO years lu this Hiibjeet Is that Hlblleal chronology Hlble Kgypt and that explains the increase and Indeed all chronology Is urging tho from seventy persons totf000000 for it world to more punctuality ami Imuiodl Â¬ Is no more but rather less than tho or ntoncMi What an unsatisfactory and indinary increase of nations The pilgrim definite thing It must havo been for two fathers came to America In the May- Â¬ business men in tho time of Aha to flower one small shipload of pas make an appointment saying Wo will sengers less than I00 years ago settle that business matter to morrow and now we have a nation of 00000000 when the shadow on the dial of Aha Where then Is so called Impossibility reaches the tenth step from the top or the street that the seventy Jews who went Into I will meet you lu In the time called of tho i 000000 Straight In Damascus Kgypt In iiu years became Hlble chronology now moon or when asked lu a court- Â¬ Inlldollty wrong and room what time an ocourrenco took right Now stop and rollout Why Is It that place should answer It was during this sublime subject of lllble chronology the time of the latter rain or It was lius been so neglected ami that the at the time of tho third crowing of most of you have never given ton min- Â¬ the barnyardl You ami I remember when ministers utes to the consideration of It and that this Is the first sermon overpreaohod im of thu gospel In the country giving out this stupendous and ovwholinlng a iiotleo of an evening service Instead theme We luivo stood bj tho half day of saying at lor 7 or H oclock would or the whole day it grand reviews and say The service will begin at early Thank God for chron- Â¬ candle light soon ariulos pass on the ological achievements which have Again and again and again Champ- KlysoutUropchiueii by tlio hun Â¬ ushered In calendars and almanacs and dreds of thousands have stood and clocks and watches and at so cheap a wHtehedHho bannered armies go by rate all may possess theml Chronology ami the huzza has been three uilloa long beginning by appreciating the value of anil until the populacu were so hoaroe yoara and the value of days has kopt they could htimi no longer Again andÂ¬ on until It cries out Man Immortal again and again tho nermann by hun woman Immortal look out for that dreds of thousands havo stoqd on tho minute look out for that sccondl We talk a great deal about the vnluo palaecd and statuod Untcr den Linden strown garland under the1 of time but will never fully upprcuiato Horlln and feet of uniformed hosts led on by Von Its value until the last fragment of It Moltko or Itltioher or Frederick tho has passed outof our possesion forever The greatest fraud a man can commit Is Great Wellington mid Ioiwonby Rtid to rob another of his time Hear It ye When ro Water-Â¬ laggards and repent All tho fingers of tho Scots Oray cani loo or Wolnoloy from Kgypt or Miirl chronology point to punctuality as out borough from lllonlielm wlmt military of the graces The minister or the Ih processions through Uegt street nnri turur or buslncMt man who con to his along by tho palace of London and over place ton minutes utter the appointed Wlmt al- Â¬ time commits a crime the enormity of tho bridge of tlm Thame of military on which carl only be estimated by miiHI most Intermlnablo lines plying the number of per so as preeent tho streets of our American capital nt Antloeh for tho buttle of Aetlttm tOHOOL AND OHUfW After -- Santa Ke N tt hm vm mmk H ww church in thu United iHnte In lHn built Moro than oHe thlrd of th ors of llto United StMie tw neew-rtlH- now T1 MMWhu ftimn of Wim LlHT ftbt I WU ceaU iHemHl UJTitHW said to be the first time In U Jhlefcenr of tho snored eolleffw thnt soil in It lui ve boon alumltnnonusly hold by broth- The Uorlln City Mission society ht intuVi aUuoeMful than over In Ita aer mou distribution Tho weekly m1IUoh Is now tiioooo Of theso 18000 are used lu Horlln among thoso whose work does not permit thorn to attend tlm ohuroh services 07000 go to other parja of lrussla ftlOOOto other Gorman coun Â¬ tries and 0M0 to other purl of Ru rope Tho Dresden society publisher an edition of 13000 each week of which about liMO go to other uountrloa than Saxony That a Jewish rabbi should bo In- Â¬ vited to ofllolatn as chaplain In the ro- speotlvo houses of congress Is not m rare iv olreumstauco as seems to bo Nomothnes thought Among those who havo so ofilolated besides Dr Wlso and Dr Silverman may ho mentioned Dr Ivrauskopf and Dr Jastrow of Plilladolphin Dr lllrsoh of Chicago Dr llutnutoher and Dr Hrold of Haiti more Dr Lllleitthal of Cincinnati Dr Gotthlld of New Yorkj Dr Ilnnunnl who delivered tho sermon on thu mem Â¬ orable day when Ilnnlm was olootod speaker Dr Stern of Washington D and several others The schools of Japan havo mado a favorable Impression upon no loss an educator than Frof George T Ladd of Yale university who him recently ar- Â¬ rived homo from a visit to Japan durÂ¬ ing which ho lectured before sever- Â¬ Ho says There aro al universities two kinds of lustltutlous lho private schools which aro carried on by enter Â¬ prising citizens many of which are surrounded by Christian tnilueucos and thogovorniuont schools which uro care- Â¬ fully graded ami which tiro maintained with considerable atrletnoss and fol- Â¬ low somewhat the German Thoro aro tho primary schools and Kotu ChuGuk ho which translated means thu higher middle schools At tho head of those Is tho Imperial university situated lu Toklo There Is no Latin or Greek taught here Chinese being tho classical tongue The government Institutions bre not seats of the Christian religion slthough there aro many Christian teachers lu them Thoro Is no loose Â¬ ness In tho curriculum everything be Â¬ ing strictly attended to - cent VaWntelll s a younjrer WnWeft wf Cardinal keratin Yaanutelll nitkU Thrmtly oWvtCrdlmil k wenHM y Â¬ 1 vf J t my patients Hut do not let us got an Impression from ohrouology that because tho yoara of time have been so long In procesalou Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ they are to goon forever Matter Is not eternal No nol If you watoh half a day or a whole day or two days aal oneo did to see a military procession you remember tho last brigade and the last regiment and tho latt com Â¬ pany finally passed on and as wo rose It la all to go wo eiild to each other over So this mighty procession of earthly years will terminate Just when 1 haw no power to prognosticate but noloneo eontlrnm the Hlble propheoy that tho earth can not ulwayn last Indeed thoro Tho has been a fatality of worlds moon Is merely tho corpse of what it once was ami scientists havo again ami again gone up lu their obsorvato rlcs to attend the deathbed of dying worlds and have seen them cremated So I am certain both from tho Word of God and science that tho worlda chro nology will sooner or later come to Us Â¬ last chapter on and then will come tho final decade and then the final year and tho final mouth and tho final day The last spring will swing its censor of apple blossoms and the last winter bank Its Tho final century will arrive andpasn snows Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ torches to sot tho world on fire Chemistry teaehca us that there Is a i verv liiflammablo element in water While oxygen makoa tip a part of tho water the other part of tho water Is hy drogen and that Is very combustible Tho oxygen drawn out from tho water tho Inflammable hydrogen will put In Â¬ stantly Into conflagration tho IludHous and Savannahs and Mississippi and THE MOHNINO NAP Dan and Urals Hliluos and Atlantic and Pacific 1lin Trouble It Noiuitlnton Ciuikch In the ubes and IHlllllV Mediterranean and and Indian God de Â¬ very Insignificant thing It seems a seas And thon tho angel of scending from tho throne might put that morning nap but what an amount one foot on thu surf of tho sea and tho of trouble It manages to stir up lu oth Â¬ 1 know a other on tho beach and cry to tho four erwise peaceful fauilllim Is kept in almost con Â¬ Time was but time homehold that winds of Heaven Yet found In stant turmoil wholly beoauso of this no shiUt be no longer pardoned and sanctified we dilutive little solf liidulgcnco Nearly Christ shall welcome tho day with more glad Â¬ all the fainlly Javs tuny bo traced to tho ness than you over welcomed a Christ- fact that one member of the family did not havo strength of mind enough to mas or Now Years morn get up lu tho morning when ho was Â¬ Â¬ the hills Tho clocks will strike their last houraud tho watches will tick their last second No Incendiaries will bo needed to run hither and yon with Moscow and tho last morning radiate The last sunset will burn llko Tlm TitHiit or Our Au Â¬ Â¬ The trend of our age In theology an lu politics literature selenuo and art Is toward the concrete rather than tho abstract toward helpfulness It tends to percolate down from theory Into practice And this tendency contains All tlio promise and potency of union Mihoola of religious thought aro pretty well agreed already that love and righteousness are the supremo traits In Divine and lu human character that sacrifice Is tho universal law of high existence that service Is tho common and imperative duty of all life that the redemption and Idealization of so Â¬ ciety Is the goal to bo run for and that absolute trust in God and tho conse Â¬ quent hope of Immortality arc the con summate virtues This Is not a step It Galileo was right Is a stride forward tho world docs moveNt Louis lie Â¬ called -- - S Wo aro fully condependent remarks vinced that spiritual oneness Is the only force that can bring churches together What separates them is what Is formal Intellectual or administrative differ- Â¬ The ences or theology or polity well nigh churches havo already learned that Intellectual difference should not separate them I We are slower to learn that It I not polity tiiat makes a church HWIIH ll IMMWWWWWWH Dante Milton WonUwortb Whit tier and Tennyson were great poet They wore also that everybody know groat theologian which I not com monly known They net only taught the Divine Fatherhood but they wrought thl supreme truth lute the hand and heart of men Whlttlur ha now been quickly joined by Ten nyson and the world never too rloh In noble spirit I dottbly bereaved The mortal part of great hard die the immortal aliig on and or forever hi poaltlve een When man vtetlon of the exUtenee of God hU be Â¬ m1 ee n lief in tk Immortality of tke not survive nor en he kohl on W kU conception ef tke abolMt nea f moral Ity There eon ke no akeelate morali-Â¬ ty without a Oo4 anil n Â¬ Â¬ public What UoliU huroh Tngitlhvr Iii speaking of ahurch union the In Â¬ Tho mother Ih ono of thoso mortals who have tho Vormed habit of early rising and alio can not understand tho Indolence and Inertia which make any one Ho drowsily lu bed on a beautiful bright morning Hlio herself longs to get up and get- at tho daya work It would be utterly Impossible for her to waste the best part of tho day In sleep Tho rest of the family howovor aro not so fortunate One in nurtlouhir Is a slave to his extra forty wlnlm It Is not that ho does not desire to rise lu time Ho has formed resolution after resolution but all to no purpose Ho would lllio to get started oarly aa well as anyone and every night ho Is sure that tho next day ho will but lu thu morning it does not scorn at all tho mime Bo down ho comes rushing half an hour late cauh morning angry with himself beoauso ho knowa ho will be chasing that lost half hour vainly all through tho day and angry with tho rest of tho world because ho knows he is in tho wrong and he Imagines they think so Ills all ft bad habit simply one of those weaknesses that people yield to because they dont seem large enough to fight against No real struggle emn worth while It would be easier after a few determined efforts in overeome this Inclination and wouldnt It be worth whllo to make such efforla If we thought at length wo could join the finks of thoso uiostblosMxt among wen tio people who like to get up early Harpers uaxari - Ml II IWIW1I1 I am ft do they affect you Waverly Mafftftln Honor fur Ilk MHftlH I dont Iwllove In long onfinro inouta said a young man to ft slraegi with whom he kd struck up aa ac W1L I 4 quaintance on the trftln HUnm l he longer the letter for me Htt Â¬ nuiei I h4 wer why It kj tj lightning atver VrHe twUe Mmenlaee lJ yonnUk VeoftHM itr H sftritair MWI HvwkUm I Vwp 91Him ooee eToVw Hp MIWSftj wnieetllrllWt NHtkleg t Aet l Twin If l - -- liuji lib ffltt SPEPtOKK COOPER T H iijm t t Mmm M The news comes from Washing Â¬ ton that Hon Ohas Bronston of Lexington stands tho beat show Editor of boing U S district attornoy for Kontucky o mJsXS ltVJTiSv Bnfliwis aWnuvfl aU KY HBI The Herald has long main Â¬ tained that thoBO hills of ours con Â¬ tain moro wealth than in all tho stato beside and tho discovory of gas in Mt Storling only strengthens e Friday HAZEL GREEN that assertion o Feb 17 1893 The United Statos government o o has formally accopted tho annex- Â¬ Tiik dirjcoyory of nnturtil gnH in ation of Hawaii witli a pension of Mt Sterling rocontly is tho begin 50000 to tho queen and princess Thomas Hioronymus last Sunday ning of dovOlopmoht in this suction on tho relinquishing of tho crown Groon Brcodings of Boonoville rndWo havoovflry reason toboliovo lands of tho island was in our midst last Saturday o tluifc this find will provo a Gocl o o Lohena Hond to our section If tho supply Judoe W Q Guksiiam of In- Â¬ of gaa at Mt Sterling proves ado diana has finally accepted tho It J F LOOK HART quato to demands that may be secretaryship of stato in President- Â¬ mado upon it thon tlioro ia ovory elect Clevelands cabinet and tho J lfftt tffc WJ JunrYTLJ reason to hopo that Mt Sterling slate so far mado up stands KZKL KY poQplo will bostir thomsolvos and Waltor Q Grosham of Indiana oxtond the coal road into this sec Â¬ soqrotary of stato HOWARD STAMPER tion afc onco Tt has long been aw John G Carlisle of Kontucky Attoun k nvidont that Mt Storling must secretary of tho treasury CAMPION KY Imvo railroad connection with our Dan Laniont of Now York sec- Â¬ Will practice in the courts of Wolfo nml the i nmediato torritory and tho im- Â¬ retary of war adjoining counties All business entrusted will receive prompt attention petus this find is likely to give that Wilson T Kissel of Now York toourcuru place ia also likely to give us a postmaster general pOMBS IIOUSK CAMPION KY railroad Latterly much of tho Hoke Smith of Georgia secre Â¬ trade that wont from this soction tary of agrioulturo S S COMBS PnoiiiiETOR 0 to Mt Storling has boon attractod o o traveling public if to Wiuchostor and Lexington The Wolfe county with good roads The patronage of the Tabic the best and respectfully solicited morohants of Montgomerys cap- Â¬ would soon rid herself of tho stig Â¬ every attention to the comfort of guests ital realize this stato of afiairs as ma of pauper which annually much or moro so than anyono olso appoars in tho auditors report and know that thoy must build a but as The IIeuaid has timo and I am nov prepared to cut fit and make railroad in solf dofonso In ovont again stated thore is little hopo to dresses and other garments in the latest prices guaranteed thoroforo that gas provos to bo in got thom until tho legislature will style Satisfaction teach the art and cutting of reasonable Also goodly quantity thoy will bo on do somothing to aid us in tho mat and fitting by chart Respectfully MRS F N DAY couragod to buy tho coal road and tor Undor tho now constitution at onco oxtond it to Hazol Groon convicts may bo worked on public c 2 3s And wo beliovo that wo can dopond roads and it remains to bo seen upon its boing dono this yoar whether tho legislature will onact o onabling laws As a quandary o o AVhiik tho mountains of Eastern confronts tho sinking fund com- Â¬ Kentucky aro now in a position missioners just now with regard to that thoy novor got nothing no tho convicts it seems that tho timo how by reason of tho sol fairness is ripe for some of our representa Â¬ of othor soctions tho timo is fast tives to make a reputation on road approaching whon the balance of legislation Will thoy do it The tho stato must knool at tho foot of Hekam makes no charge for tho thoso samo mountains and bog suggestion and in addition will favors Wo hardly hopo to roalizo commend tho man or men who A325 n J3 this stato of afiairs but tho youngor take tho matter in hand o WM B LOGAN generation now coming on will bo o o tho autocrats and that part of tho The citizens of Mt Sterling Druggist anil BooKsellei stato oast of Wiuchostor have both havo it in their power to oxtond the WIXCIltiSTKlt KY tho population and tho wealth coal road now and if thoy will con Â¬ Mull orders promptly attended to and patronage is desired Call when in That time is as suro to come as fer with Mr Hroh manager of tho yourcity the diiin taxation and death though may Caney cannel coal company who bo in tho dim distance and thon wants railroad communication if not till then may wo hopo to got with his coal lands in Morgan tho legislation wo need and which county wo believe thoy can make has qnablejl tho favored soctions a deal that will provo satisfactory to advanco in nritorial and moral to all parties As both Mr Broh dovolopment Alittlomoro energy and tho town of Mt Sterling are in upon tho part of our own people a position that they must have would only hasten this happy hopo railroad communication with the on to fruitionand a brighter future mountains in solf dofonso this GURES NOTHING BUT P5LES ihhiiw and qvery man should fool it his seems tho wisest courso to pursuo A SURE and CERTAIN CURE duty to bo up and doing As tho Hazel Green route to Sal known for 15 years as tho BEST o REMEDY FOR PILES o o is sovon miles tho shortest IYtptrtdl WClUISbSONTAYlOBlUll CO bTLOl19 yorville When wo road tho oditorial of-- and 200000 tho cheapest econo Â¬ forts of sonio of our oxclmngos for my suggests that it should bo built DR URICGRALLS bottor ioads wo aro amazed that via our town Mr Broh will thus years sinco whon The IIbiiald ad- - secure what ho wants and Mt Stor- Â¬ NEURO TONIC vooatod moasures looking to what ling bo put in close touch with this they dusiro nono of thom can o to section A slight divergence of For the rclii f nml heneflt of these that its aid In tho mutter of bottor tho main lino or short switch would feel the need nfn norvo tonic reAtnriitivi milker we offer Pit roads The IIehald long sinco tap tho Caney cannel coal fields untl hlnoilKVV ItO TONIC PI LI A WIUTK llAM blazod tho way and time after and tho main lino would travorso They it re u urent help to Mcgriminc in the trfntnunt if clironio hetulnches neiirulcin timo demonstrated that it was our a country very desirable for Mt and all other painful nervous troubles For tlchility exhaustion nervous pront ration only salvation but tho soquol Storling ami ienuial lassittule nothing will build up the nvMem and tone the nerves like the shows that our contemporaries NKlltO TONIC VUAS Thev Increase the LEE COUNTY worQslow to see it appetite strengthen the whole system till w sudden hoadwntor tido has brought out a largo amount of timber on tho Kontucky river Tlioro was a vast number of rnfU passing hero today Tho governor has offorod a re- Â¬ ward of 125 for tho capture of llufiiR Hill who murdered John Stan i ford some tnno ago Ed Groon traveling salesman Co was for Groon Iluffakor rogistorod at tho McGuiro house last Monday Chap Swango ono day this week purchased four yoke of mighty nico cattio from Jaspor Williams Mrs Bollo Hioronymus visited tho family of her father-in-laA V r x t yr THIS SPACE IS EESBEVED FOR t ii fU D H L 8 6 STBADS i iii y-a- t-L 1 LEADING CLOTHIERS Opposite Phoenix Hotel now Dressipi LEXINGTON KY V 4 -- pm T2 I LADIES CLOAKS AT COST K0SE or THANKFUL JCI WIS HAZEL GHEEX i TABLERS BUCKEY happy happy new year and at the same time desire to announce that Ladies and Misses Cloaks Gents Winter Clothing etc arc be closed out this month for the patronage of the Ijjypast and hoping to still further merit t your favors wish you and yours A wi -- AT G0ST FOE Tllicj ia lif hnui b ovor hiul to nnMi buy sonsonnblo goods at low prices 1 TIB GASH9- - H m i Wholesale Boots and Shoes LOUISVILLE To the Trndo GREEN HITPFAKER CO PILLS Lr St Helens Sayings the nerves with vigor and new life IIowEvek rich and produotivo Nervous debilitated young or elderly Sam Jott Fob 1J St Helens help at critical times our lands ma bo without mount of Iowa Park Texas was in our ladies who need NKPltO TONIC PILLS of life will And in a of oommunioutipn to market our midst last Friday and Saturday friend indeed Convalescents from nil forms of disease surplus the markets of tho world Ho givos a glowing account of tho will gain strength and health more rapidly Ho says it ox by using them aro olosod against us I know an Lono Star State ho Where a general tnnlo and restorative is hasovorseon coeds any country isolatod body of agricultural land Ho wiHroturn to his homo in a needed you have all that can he found in biMcrs elixirs and other unpleasant mix in Idaho easily capablo of produc Â¬ fow weeks tares condensed into it neat little gelatine easy to lake and certain in its ing a million bushels of wheat per C II Martin commissary clerk coated pill action annum for export that does not for tho W B railroad was in our uFor sale at this office Price 50 cents midst last Sunday Wo novor asked per box of A0 pills plnco ii tho nmrkotHsinglo bushel for the aol roiwrn that it has no his businoss but judging from his frequont visiU wo think his object DAY Hazel Orkkn Ky roftdttov vWilloy of Idaho is tvijtako unto himself a better Mns LOU PAY Proprietress o o o o the Vfius with fresh warm hlood and thrill this lay completed arrangements with the above named firm and will handle their goods in large quantities AVe especially invito an inspection by the merchants as we are prepared to duplicate any and all prices quoted in Louisville Cincinnati or Knoxville Merchants can buy these goods almost at their doors and save large freight bills We are prepared at any and all times to furnish these goods in any and every quality size and price All we ask is a trial Respectfully c J DAY CO Ay Represented by ED GREEN Hazel Green c hiivo KENTUCKY Hazel Gkkkx Ivy jIay of EaBtorn Kentucky Contiguous to Hazel Green 10 1892 Â¬ J JAY-EYE-S-EE Tsui rtcAS Hickory Grove Farm home Hurt no Wis says Alter trying tftdlujr from a a year old Ully S niiii- - B of TMR1 Juy-Kye-S- HOUi tS A mawc nfc mmmm Villi Bsyn UOl iwu yeara applications of - QUINNS OINTMENT It lathe best preparation I oc 1 heartily recommend have ever used or heard S It to all Horsemen S Ktf Aat hundred of tuck Uittmontal 0M4MU5KA i ni Tt half Aqwrtecl pfvalont IQlUmnVvlton and DBltobbs MVnitVjdIfnhi- - two of our entorprisingytmngmon attended Now Spring church Unlay a Tins house Iihn beew rerenttv refilled nml relurnished and the table is at itl times tup plied with the best in the market Rates rcaviHRble Sainplcrcoin attached and spc At this offlco Patronage cial rrites to eoinmeirlal men save money rcspeptfiilly solicited aflly Y uMllululillIilllIIiMliiilMIHMj N W K KDDY BOt ICKP UStfiU tia ISC StttUl Ay0lrugUtforlt or IW 11 CO WiUcltall If he VT fnr rial A - FIRST CLASS JOB PRINTING Krrrnm u vccniul claiM rntes Give us call wlioii you uint printing ami Any mid everybody nC have K ie wrkftir hi tl w a xhMM r WiTi Mii1- - i rffl I 4 JJSIID wil Trirfc1fi TKANSIKKT MlfAAi a ADVEItTISlNG HATES Campton Cnrroncy 1S93 Mk Cooimu You will find oncloc- Campton Fob lit- On Friday ed 50- in utnnips for which you Fob JO S G Sincleton ofClav will please Rend mo your valuable City Ky special deputy grand - Luuibvillk Ky Fob 0 i wmm Kl ILIU w inittnniiHils Insorttil for losn Minn 1 six months You will ploaso ad Â¬ Campion Robekah Degree Lodge V eit mi inch for tho Hrst dress mo at 178 West Walnut St No 49 1 0 0 F Tho following Mttnthii will lio ccuta nn Iuc or Urtc 8ul LouiBvillo Ky as I am hero tak ofiicors woro elected and installed Insertion nm ing a coureo of medical lectures for tho ensuing term ciiuelit insertion My wifes name appears upon your AIVHIiIIKKMKTII 8TANlIN Q J C Lykltis H G 4 7 CO list of subscribers thoroforo I have Ki Jnfih 12 months Mm Bertha Shackelford V G 12 50 beon a constant roador of your pa Â¬ Mlw Dora Hunks Secretary 3 Inohc 15 00 per for a 3 Inched considerable time and I Mrs 0 J Hanks Treasurer 18 75 Lulu 4 inches lind it impossible to do without Mrs Sarah Lykinn R LS SNNG Mr 00 ft luchcH your paper especially when away Mrs Lydia Stamper K S V G Stumper G 25 00 tf indies from home for it gives all tho Mrs Anna Vansant L S V G SIENUKll COOPER Address 105 mountain news A C Niokkll 0 W Lovelace Inside Guardian Hiizcl Green Ky J F Vanuatu Warden Formorly of Grassy creek Morgan 350 Dr J II Stamper Chaplain county Mrs Annio Lovelace Conductor ltW niiiiin on- this iinnnr nncl- if G T Conter has purchased a 500 L with and interesting paper for tv term of master ot Kentucky instructed M FIELDS i i f This Weeks Sales Mens Stitf Fur Hats worth Mens Unlaundried Shirts worth Mens fino Unlaundried Shirts worth M 250 for 50 75 20 25 25 - 99 40 M -- nro bohind cull and renew or Bona the amount by mail at once Otbor- your niimo will bo cut off tho list Wo must have monoy 1 iyou A 7 gwi8o office ANNOUNCK3IKNT We arc authorized to announce JEFF M KQSE of Lauy creek u eaniMtlate for the of Assessor of Wolfe county Mibjcct to the action of tho democratic party i Jeff M Roso sold to Wm Good paster five calves for 35 Married near Maytown on Wed Â¬ nesday tho 7th inst Tom Hall ey and was hold to answer before I and Emma Pony Judgo Burr Fobruury 27 Mt Sterling Advocate Judge S M Tutt of Campion Mvas hero ono day last week on bus- Alex P Lucy whoso illness Iiub iness ficvorai times noon mentioned m theso columns died at his homo on I Born To the wife of David B Lacy creok in this county on James of Gilmoro creek on tho Monday tho 13th inst at 1 30 a th inst a 10 pound boy Grovcr The deceased was a brother of in Cleveland James and A P Lucy of this placo MrVJ 55 Hanev of Olivo Hill W P Lacy of Campton and San Carter county writes us enclosing ford II Lacy of Harold Texas Besides theso ho loaves two chil- Â¬ n years subscription to The Heh Â¬ dren to mourn his death Tho do ald for which she will ploaso ac Â¬ censed wn8 59 years of ago undone cept thanks among tho best eitizons of this county Tho family havo tho sym Â¬ Agentlemanwho has just return Â¬ ed from Sulyervillo tolls us that pathy of all in this hour of afflic- Â¬ 251 indictments were found by tho tion grand jury that body holding a Catlettskuhg Ky Fob 1 1 nine days session Friond Cooper Ploaso sny to The largest crowd kthat has boon my frionds that I am still with my iii town for a long time congre Â¬ samo houso and will call on thorn gated hero Wednesday to attond in duo time with an elegant lino of Me J TDay Co sale It pays spring goods and will be proparod to ndvortiso especially in The better than over for giving thorn bargains You may continuo my Herald card in tho papor for another year A woman named Colo was con us I think it is tin advantago to mo victed in tho MagolHn circuit court as several havo spoken of it ot hog stealing and sentenced Wishing you succoss with The to tho penitentiary for ono year but Herald 1 am your friond we case was appealed and sho was II B Maupin panted a new trial One Nad and solemn thought Monies to inc oer and oer John H Piorattloft Thursday Trade is much duller to day morning accompanied by Widow Than it has ever been before e Elijah Hays family and party of othors from Morgan coun Â¬ ty woro in tho city Friday on their way west Hays went to the saloon of Hawkins and Watkins and attempted to pass a 2 silver certificate raised to twenty dollars Ho told conflicting stories as to whoro ho got tho bill and Mr Haw Â¬ kins had him arrosted Ho had a pistol on and for this ho was fined and imprisoned by tho city court Ho was then taken before Commis- Â¬ sioner T F Rogers on chargo of attempting to pass counterfeit mon Â¬ 49 10 5 fi J Harlan Stampor now boilor for tho mill at this placo and it is again in operation which is a groat accommodation for tho people as they havo boon compelled for several months to go five or six miles to mill Married Fob 9th at tho resi Â¬ dence of J N Vaughn Gardiner Cockerham of Devil creok to Miss Lou Ellon Kash Row J as II Stampor officiating C C Hanks has gono to Jackson having in chargo Jake Wiroman for the shooting of Pearl Strong his AViiniiiniio father-in-laG W Robinson is away on busi Â¬ ness Madam Rumor says ho has gono to seo his best girl Georgo Bishop of Lucy creek was in town Monday ho is selling out to go to Texas H S Lykins has purchased an interost in tho saw mill owned by w 400 Pair Seamless Socks worth 300 Childron Shirts worth 200 E 150 W Collors worth fino Shoes worth- Pair Mons 200 125 Vt175 200 Pair Mons fino Shoos worth 100 v 800 Pair Mens fino Shoos worth 400 225 Clothing Our 050 Suits for Our 850 Suits for Our 1000 Mons Suits for Our 1200 Mens Suits for Going 375 475 500 000 Fust 800 Maples to will plnco in tho feoblo minded nstituto at Frankfort and return QiMt little daughter Sulliowhom Sterling for stock sales Mon- - Times are hard and money scarce And bills are coming due Unless vou call and settle quick Ave will be coinjielleU to sue Now dont think hard please do not Kor calling on vou so For all the goods you bought from us Were worn out long ago Dr II H Stamper talks of going Our 1500 Mens Suits for to Hindman Ky to practice his profession Thoso goods must bo sold this month as work commoncos on our Mrs Lucinda Oakley of Red river is visiting hor sister Mrs now building which will bo complotod in 80 days and stock must bo M Elkins roduced Cull and learn prices Flat Woods Flings Flat Fob 1 1 Editor Hehald Having never seen anything from this placo I thought I would write u short npto about our placo ISAAB BLOOMS OLD STAND Wo havo a very gonial neighbor- Â¬ hood of about three miles square called tho Flat Woods with ono store threo or four blacksmiths ono lawyer one doctor and a good V7r7rrwvvj isrwvwmnet many republicans Wo had a post Tyvyfvjrfrrgrvpysr eseFrJjhtffSN ax irsarmrti oflico of short duration which is suspended on account of no mail AT THE carriorbut wo liopo will bo rovivod I soon as wo aro sevon milos from a fe Ks a 4 postoilico and seem shut out from tho outsido world Mnrriod at tho rosidonco of tho S No 12 W St bridos fathor Moredoth Puckot Mat Brewer and Miss Mary Puckot Meals to Ordor nt All Hours Brcflkfnst from 6 Regular Meals 25 Cent Fobruury 9th A m to 9 a m Dinner from 10 A M to 8 i M Supper from 6 i M to 0 Oystors Lnmb Frlen Fish Chickens ntul Quails a Bpechilty Open k i m Tho quiotudo of our littlo place from 5 a m to 12 v m k CUS LUIGART Pronrletor was some what Btirred up by an TSTSZZZSZZIZZSZSZiijZi unusual number of woddings this T Our 500 Ovorcoatfor Our 800 Ovorcoat for Our 1000 Ovorcoat for Our 1200 Ovorcoat for 1000 Our 1500 Ovorcoat for 450 050 750 1000 - VIC BLOOM FIELD WINCHESTER KY mfmTffiitiyi E1WIS n Kmnm Lexington Ky Short TAYLOR DAY t funeral of tho lato Houston ftair who was a member of the hnstian church was preached at WLaurol church on Sunday mor- Tho jng 198 week II P IIKItATTCO oy Kov J T Piorattand thoro milts l nrrml iipikiiiW ir linnr wdiscourso their mother hor J0r interest in fhn fnrm nf thnir RKer Patrick Clark deceased 1 May town tho consideration ng ifLOUO Tho farm was ai- used at 2000 Say bought of ilonzo and Fmnk fllnrk on Snf- - T AEastridge tho photograph or has just returned from Salyor villo whore ho was engaged during circuit court in soliciting orders for work and announces to tho people of this community that ho is better than over prepared to do work in his line Give him a call and you will find both pictures and prices all right Small pictures enlarged to any size See tho now tibvortiBement of Fob 9th Gardner Cockerham to Miss Lou E Kash of this place Jeff II Johnson is at Hazel Green attending tho high school at that place Success to The Hehald which wo got ovory week Born to tho wifo of D II Brad Â¬ ley a son Fob 7th Cindkaella Married MORGAN COUNTY Ezel Evolutions at Campton J FLOYD DAY m X I MI U Wholesale and Retail Dealers in GenGraimercnanaise HAZEL GREEN KY Largest Stock and Lowest Prices of any houso in Eastern Ken- Â¬ tucky Live Stock Saw Logs School Claims and Country Pro Â¬ duce takon in exchange for goods or on notes and accounts Only one mulo was sold at tho Vic Bloomfiold8 fcsalo advertised for Wednesday which appears in Vic has io more was a big crowd in papor fetney wore not of the class to over high prices nno horses -- - however WlB 111 ii tmnA fjUVJVl UIIRIIIUOili pi - Thoro was some and tho mor- - lnolwo grand iurv under instruc- Judtro Rodwino lust week SN several koepors of blind jj and tho judgo announced KtQrminnfwkM iri i iiiiujirii f i mi unci - uiiu iita ii twB at the next torm ot Uio who subscribed to The Hehald i H uiruuic court through him should ronow es- Â¬ g learn that tho caso of tho pecially bo as ho donates a part of charged with murder in his commission and thus onabloH in county was continued in them to get tho paper cheaper than Souit court last week to tho tlioy could at tho office nil Mont Deskins surren- tho pooplo at Snlyor Some Jto tho authorities and gave villo hadofa shooting match nt that LlPr his nnnnninmn at next pluco about Christmas and tho good shots in the crowd Bocurod Wills of Mttytown was several turkeys cheap but in tho yp io our oJlico on Wodnos circuit court last wook all who f d renewed for two subscrip- - participated in tho match woro ftii again JOrd Aiut Dun finod 20 nuoh Pretty dear pick Â¬ Iso dropped in and sub ing after all Mor Tub Hbuald forJW Monterey i California Wanted At this offlqe some Tester of Paxton added potato onion sets ior which wo to the lifit of tho elect will pay tho market price of rif H- Ezel J closing out sale this issue of our terday traded his nroporty m town won tho victory for tho B F Cockrill farm nour in Winchester this placo and tho two families and his name thoro is synonymous will change homos in tho near with cheap goods for tho multi- Â¬ future The western fovor is raging in tude It will pay you to take a trip to Winchester and trado with this locality and as tho sun is in Vic if you want to save monoy tho wost at tho closo of the day bo crowdB of our peoplo aro going that Our friond W W Phipps in Â¬ way Yesterday Austin Pioratt forms us that ho will go wost in a and family and Charlio Bolin loft month or bo to look at the country for Texas and Kolsoy Couch Flem and we would suggest that thoso Burton Rolla Nickoll loft for Illi- Â¬ Fob 14 S Nickoll yes t FEDER 113 SILBERBERG Third Street M CO MANUFACTUIIERS l 115 W WHOLESALE nois Represented by m Mm I w IDDf mm F MRINKLKV I - CINCINNATI O Elder D G Combs and perhaps Bomo other preaching brothronwill bogin a protracted mooting atthia placo on tho night of tho 20th inst Halloy Nickoll from Missouri ia visiting rolativos in this locality til - the In pnowv mm co DR UIBICGRSLLS lii Our letter from late for this issuo but we note that Ho Bids Offired for Bad RoHs John Wadkins 1ms rented out his farm on Frozon crook and movod We do not make them and have Ha demand black Â¬ for them in our trade to Honry Banks to run smith shop THE MAYTOWN KILL CO oflicn hiiQ udt a free Minnie of Dr run ii I ii if constantly anil doing the best o work at the lowest price For regulating the bowels and forth Special HccoHiiMoilatioRS for customers prevention and cure nf oeHstlmtlea aad in from a distance Blunt dull Without detriment to our home trade eideutalIh dlieaee They ralUve that tottm feeling the stomaoh or bowl had in the mouth sallow eomplexioH haari Lane was too welaueholy aad geaaral dWt resulting from imperfeei wHloa f the fVfu organs Nothing will predate aueh a oa plate renovatloH f th whole lemimn WHITEHALLS ANTMULIOlU PJUA action oftha tmah ltrarand I ItowaU load tha system with sIaonova da hllitatiag matter tkat mustba thrown or dlaeaaa will ha the result ANTI BriJOHH PIIJJ a re a safecuard agitimil dlaaaaa UKor aale it ihis ofleaj 3d a bx faellHfr Anti Bilious Pills St fcv buriLiadlgtleH that wora utatl timi mrfet P If you are bilious call at this I Jel7tf W W MAKKKKMaaafr r Whitehalls anti bilious pills Xlt IlXU JOH VKlXTlVa UALli AX Till vrm v -- It Hafcel Then tho two locked arms passing intc tho black DccembcrnighV Tho cold SFKNOKR C06lBlt taMtyiir wind contrasting to tho closorroora h 11AZEL GREEN t KY clrovo tho alcohol fumes faster to Mere- Â¬ I diths brain loosening his legs and his tonguoMn cqnal degree 1 v MY SWEETHEART I Yes sir Carolyn Clnys soldier ovry inchl llravca girl yo over heard o IrecloU nro these dimpled hands ho gabbled on An llttl Will McKco a pair of dimpled hands Jtm with n ehuekcr thu Httl shrimp liusy hands not Hrayn ejesn Littlo liaads wlioSo Bof t cnrotM sl5yton youd iicx spcctqelotSr lcau ia thokdcnrcflt Joy I wcen tlilto hlm laranTsush pacindut youd 1 nlinll over fiver Itnowj nev spect shrimp llko him Knowl can OIi 1 lovo tlictn lovo tlictn ho trust you oP boy Hut hes rlskln ol Though thoyxo ucun In mischief doop Though In tniuldlcflt dlatroas cupitol Though in oof l rcposo thoy Bleep When Peyton Fitzhugh had found Precious uro theso dimpled lunula Carroll Merediths night key left him Just a pair of cunning feet in his room und turned once more Into Pialcoy toes I lovo to hiss tho night ho muttered to himself A lies Hess feet that nocr nro ntflt 1 Green Herald hand Again Meredith drained hi lurching heavily towards the hat mclc I Truant foot I often miss Vot their muslo 1h to me Though in naughtiness thoy be Sweetest melody I know And with prldo my heart they thrill As they pallor to ond fro Wandering blessed littlo feet Just a pair of laughing eyes Kogulah eyes ono cant reprove liven that opy forbidden things Eyes that speak tho truest lovo O how bright und gay thoy ncem Waiting front somo fairy dream How I hopo theyll never view Aught that grief or Borrow brings Thoyro my Jowcls sparkling blue Happy aniillng darling eyes Just a mass of golden eurlH Shining curls tho nunshlno kissed In their tangles f hava lost All my willing lovo to hold Ah I hopo tho hand of euro And tho touch of trouhlos frost May forever gently hparo All theso lovely treasured curls Lava that Ihsva never missed For thoyvo spun ft net of gold v llrougbt to cheer n fathers heart Dearest lovo you littlo thought How another world youd make What Id do for her BWeet sakol Uut each day sho grows more dear As hlio plays her Infant part Shes our brightest Htur thats clear Fondly cherished littlo girl Gcorgo IS Ilowon in Intor Ocean Jtm a wfnsomo littlo girl Junta blessing lovo has brought yMMADkft I1Y T C DK IEOIV Llpptncott Co and rubllinad tpopyrtcbt list bjr J by Special Arrnnefraent CIIAPTEK VI GOKTINUED Fitzhugh looked keenly tit tho speak Â¬ er missed nt Inst nnd leaning- on his cue wns about to speak earnestly but changed his mind and only asked Shoot much now Much game down In tho counties Lots I go down often Meredith answered growing more glib under tho mixture of cognnc and champagne Say Peyton theros bigger game in Prince Georges now lie checked himself suddenly with a shrewd leer at Ruro days tho others impassivo face wo did uso to huvo In old times eh Guess 1 tea rather fond of a tear for a youngster Remember that sum- Â¬ mer at Capon just beforo tho war when I fell waltzing with Carolyn- Again he checked himself moro ab Â¬ ruptly and with moro of effort aiming intently at his ball They woro jolly days Fitzhugh said Heros to their return after tho - Pulling his soft hat down over his and throwing tho collar of his long ulster high about it the spy strodo rapidly through tho deserted streets turned into an alley way and halted before a ldw arch where a sentry walked lazily Tho man eamo to a carry and the spy passing him unques Â¬ tioned mounted tho steps to a dim lit hall where an orderly dozed at a desk Major in Caspar he asked abrupt Â¬ ly and receiving answer tapped tit a door labeled adjutant general As ho entered a slight boyish ofilcer glanced up from dispatches littering his desk Um youre on time ho said abruptly as tho neighboring clock clanged out for midnight A minuto later you had found tho ofllco shut I said I would bo hero by twelve major tho spy answered I was de Â¬ tained by duty Any orders for mo sir None Important news from your general tliougn so Washington wires me lie failed to strike Stuorts ad Â¬ vance under Hosser that morning you guided him to Hockleys crossroads Tho damned rebel wns beforehand and got in his rear Did they strike sir Did they cut the general off Fitzhugh asltcd tho questions eagerly and with a stnmgo gleam in his eyes Yes they struck and pretty hard too Hut tho general cut his way through rather crippled No there is no blamo attaching to you Fitzhugh Tho fault lies with Muj Conyers scout Ho is under nrrest You seem to have done your full duty I tried to do my full duty sir Tho reply was unwonted in its meekness and the spys oyes were downcast as ho queried Where did the general get out Has ho made tho river again Yes but somo regiments scattered t and tho stragglers come in blowly They should bo struck in detail scattered along tho river Fitzhugh t said slowly half absently Damn it sir youd better givo your views to Gen Sheridan the Infantry major retorted abruptly I Jim not commanding tho cavalry of tho army of tho Potomac Heg pardon sir tho spy answered not raising his eyes in which tho gleam still lingered Am I to go over Any orders for me No yott nro to remain here proba Â¬ bly accompany Gen Haldwin on a prison inspection that has been de manded by theso newspaper meddlers Good night Caspar Tho major roso face W1 L V1 n 11 imtlllnmnii forglvo tho poor follow heart God nnd mo Hut I had to do it laid ont his corduroys and boots seÂ¬ lected a Winchester riflo from the sev Â¬ eral cases and carefully inspecting tho grcaso on tho cartridges loaded it and tested the lock Next ho unlocked a cupboard taking thence and stowing in his bird bag a Btrnngo outfit for a duok hunt There wcro carefully tied parcels from the druggist hanks of sinVnnd strong ilnx papers of needles posf nge stanips and last threo largo fiat Husks or brandy labeled 1840 as though to equalize tho outfit Packing finished McICep re- read the passes tho federal had lately so contemned made some careful memor- Â¬ anda in finest writing upon thin sheets i of paper nnd drew an old pipe of briar wood from his pocket Carefully clean ing the tube ho rolled the papers tight ly forced them in and smeared a littlo of tho nicotine on top to color tho edges from recognition Lastlytho youth arrayed himself in hunting rig as carefully as though pro paring for his wedding humming dur Â¬ ing thu process snatches of melody from Into opera bouftcs Then as tho cuckoo clock on his wall cooed out tho half hour past one ho descended softly to the stable yard Tho hunting trap was already rolled out and packing gun and bird bag carefully under tho heavy fur robes tho master turned to find his obon groom closo at his elbow Mass Will ent yo gwino tor read da note What note Elijah Da note da whi man dun let Wy yo dpan read it And for tho first time tho negro extended a dingy en- Â¬ i I i had several time gone ew the details of her perilous trip across Each time sho had spoken with nalvo freedom of at her fears her suspense and her joyono rescue all without reserve But thing sho had never told approaohlng it with ready purposo only to find hor lips closo and a throbbing something just beneath her throat which sho could not control She had never explained that tho man who had saved1 her at risk of instant traitors doom wns himself a renegade doubly a traitor to tho atiso that made him so by that very act Far less had sho been able to frame tho two words of his name once sWeetly familiar to her Ups OW bitter as Dead sea fruit upon them Often after Bessie had listened with sighs and tears of sympathy then left her Carolyn Clay would upbraid her conscience for this half confidence to friends so tender and so loyal oven now risking so much for her And then her conscience would argue not without a quibble that it was so unnecessary that it could but disgrace his name for those true ones who boro it so well that this ono exposure could do no good THE GUESTS A Tract TURNED COOKS tho consequences than most pqople would have Last summer ho made his headquarters at tho hotel on the Jersey coast taking frequent cruises on his schooner yacht Being liberal with his money ho was tho star boarder at tho place and tho pro prietor put up with his eccentricities rather thuu loso his valuable patronage i Ono day in- - August the yachtsman said to tho hotel keeper Your servants have to work prpy hard dont they yes Well was tho hesitatlug reply Thoy seem very faithful aud I think they deserve a littlo treat Yes said tho hotel man wonder ing vhnt was up I have boon UUnkhig that it would do them Jots of good to take a bail on Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ irnl Tolcer Had All tho IIoIb Out Sulllne on Ills Aacht There is a certain yachtsman who loves a joke csprcially one of tho practical kind Ho Is rich and can therefore indulge this weakness with less fear ol tit that would be too great a favor replied the other Beside they havent time to go out on such a trip Yes they have They can go direct- Â¬ ly after luncheon and get back in tlmo to cook dinner You would bo sure to bring Ihcm back in two or three hours Certainly you neednt worry about Oh my yacht that Did you tell anyone I was going gunning the mastor asked anxiously How Is gwino tell um wen I aint knowed it an sides o aint ax nuthin the man replied with the neÂ¬ gros usual indirection U70 left it sir Hold your lantern How I know who lef it wen ho un- Â¬ beknownst to me an I aint yecred his entitle Wen o ax is yo in I aint tell him is yo I only ax im is yo in Den ho say gio un dis note sho Das do note Tearing open tho envelope on which thu gum was still moist MoKeo began to read by light of tho stablo lantern curiously nt first then eagerly at last with amazement stamped on every fea- Â¬ ture Wait to hitch up till I come bade Lock this gate after me he ordered rapidly Then ho passed into tho street and tho negro hearing his rapid foot- Â¬ falls ring along tho stones showed his white teeth as ho turned tho key and muttered Reckn o ent comin back Dis yero hunt dun gone up Da noto cum frura a gal sho miff TANOUNO THE SKFRf velope Who loft this ssiTsx n Wk t W k w IV i J m r I it r WS I In Mm J TZirrm ri WtL ij 7 r AM OT KVrat TO KNOW IMS XAJin ciiAin en vii both glasses brimming Meredith gulped his eagerly to tho last drop but tho other man seemingly eager for his turn nt tho balls placed Ids glass on u side stand scarcely touched Say Peyton old boy Meredith cried suddenly as his opponent llnished a small run which ho neglected to count I used to think that summer you were pretty soft on her Indeed On whom Carolyn Clay She uas a beauty though George how sho could rido war Uo filled M Suddenly Meredith checked himself steadying his body against tho cushion as ha gazed at his querist with a staro mcaut to bo penotratlng but too large- Â¬ ly tinctured with alcohol Shos some Â¬ where over ir Virginia I suppose Well I hopo wo may mootin tho raring Fitzhugh answered quietly and ho refilled tho others glass adding lerotj to vu drop to his own full one frood old time Carroll To old Uracil it is Damn It Peyton uncutlng you dot bring em back Many njqlly tear oh and ho gulped -- downtHo tiery cognao as it had been wntcrl Ah thats tho stuffl Youre right Womans wine champagne Whatwero wo saying Carolyn Clay Yes shes a grand glrlt A a soldier IVyton oP loy if I wasnt pledged if 1 dared 1 might toll ypu something to Whoso shot is it Mine stonish t Ilu brako oft abruptly turning to tlte iabln and playing wildly but counting Agfdn Fitarttngha eyea sought the clock anxiously It marked the quarter to -- but his eyes glowed os they measured tho other man now stretching unstcad- ily across tho table What over became of Miss Clay Sims all right old boyt She Hut you did seem pretty hard hit Did I Ton my word 1forgot Fits liugh retorted with controlled tonguo aud shoot A perfect thoroughbred HFnKH TO OOOP OM T1MB8 CAimOLIl sorting his papers tho spy turning slowly to the door as though regretting something when tho officer added Hy tho way what is this young fel Â¬ low MoKeo Nothing sir was tho prompt an Â¬ swer as Fitzhugh glanced quickly at A society butterfly tho questioner without brains Hois not suspected I presumo Oh no Only hoa always so devil- Â¬ ish polite to mo for sake of getting passes where none are needed that it amounts to a bore ITo talked two hours and wasted two bottles of wine to night to get permits to hunt in Prince Gcorgaa Good night Good night- - sir the spy answered quickly leaving the room and descendÂ¬ ing to the street Meaawhlle Mr Willie MoKce had left the fcHicale am4 Wt kbaaelf quietÂ¬ v tvt elre ly into the darkened hoM of hie wid Â¬ Uhmm1 He cried suddenly Wl yo cant beat owed mother Paewlag softly through yvv a Wrrau eunpar This room to the atablea ha waked hie groom MS the nextjrjuuie wo Jay feedlug tome lets get Into tho air gave special lfttructtotu aliout hunting- la too hot his best horse and ordered hWi nhRiy and Ill wlk homo with tt 0c KW W UV m IM1M H W VUVW Tho musicalo had broken up early and the Gilmor Gray mansion was tightly closed Not ono light shone from its tall brown front nnd the very servants quarters were dark and stiU as the clock of tho church hard by clanged out twice upon tho night Bessio Westchester had soon left her hidden guest to minglo brightly again with thoso below but nover had the cordial hospitality of that fair maiden of her whole household in fact really found so sweet that proverbially much slandered old word good by Necessary sequohu of a feast properly looked to though in unusual haste for a notable housekeeper Mrs Gray had dismissed her willing servants to rest and a littlo later her husband had quietly locked tho door leading from their wing to tho family section of tho dwelling I may disappoint somo colored lodge for once ho had remarked to his wife as ho pocketed tho key but to night even our own eyes and cars aro danger- Â¬ ous to trust to And now Hessic Westchester her be- Â¬ coming ball dress changed for a loose but equally becoming wrapper again nestled on tho lloor closo to Carolyn Clay who waited calm and resolute as tho minutes sped on with feet that seemed leaden shod to her anxious sus Â¬ pense And below her mother and sister moved noiselessly about tho pantry packing os compactly as deft hands might an amplo luncheon into tho fiat tin case Sho will probably got wet poor chlldl tho matron sold removing a layer of thin sandwiches to wedge in slices of fruitcake Tho tin is tho safest but dear me how littlo it holds But theso mutt go in mamma an Â¬ swered Miss Westchester PcarCaro No telling when shell seo fruit cako again How dreadful it all is mamma Only think what sho tells as about sorghum and corn bread Wait press on the sandwiches whilo I wedgo in thoso sardines Really wife interposed tho lato bacholor club man you must expect her to rcaliro that green colonels orÂ¬ ders issued to hi3 men to cook and cat jjve days rations immediately I wish they all could over there tho ife retorted her wanting loglo condoned by a deep sigh utust think of your poor brother llowndcs Ollsaor starving on bacon and hard tackl MIt is good lor his liver my dear Mr Gray replied with a lightness bo- Â¬ iled by his eyes My brother Llo wades has ho far in his life eaten pato ami terÂ¬ rapin enough to bring oamp fa3 for the next ten yeartf up to a pretty Aixurious average But away up in the attic hlding nlaoe keii CaroIt of his past no pity for herself mixed with tho resolve accepted her wish as her duty and was silent And Bessie Westchester had accepted as trim her own brain built little romance that tho self sacrifice and grave peril had been incurred by somo federal officer for sake of her friends helplessness in danger perhaps sho told herself for sake of her fair face And now tho dark eyes of the listener stood wide and her gentle bosom heaved rapidly under tho looso folds of tho wrapper as she heard tho twice told tale for tho last time as sho believed followed the night escape through tho drivingsnowwolcomcd the slow coming dawn and thrilled at tho first sight of Rossers advance What a noble selfless hero tho younger girl cried after a long drawn sigh of relief And not even to ituow his name would have had moro curi- Â¬ osity even then Hut ho must bo a gen- Â¬ tleman Caro Base blood Avould nnvar have risked so much been so tender aud trcwe even for your eyes Miss Clays eyes were studying tho pictures in tho fire A half sigh trem- Â¬ bled to hor lips but sho stifled it ns she answered sadly lie was a gentleman before ho joined Virginias enemies Hut Caro they wcro not his enethe other answered with sudden fierce- Â¬ ness Hut it is odd he never told you his name It would have taken but an in stant and if you two ever meet again Â¬ womans way that no lingering thought So the prirl reassuring herself in Consent was given and tho guest invited all tho servants for an afternoon cruise Thoy accepted tho offer eager- Â¬ ly The next day was named for tho time Luncheon was hurried thtough with and the start was made without washing the dishes The yacht wns of good size so that there was room for everyone All the employes of tho hotel went except the clerks The cooks and their helpers tho waiters hall boys baggage handlers dish washers and all tho rest put on their best bibs and tuckers for an afternoon off The day was a lino one and the sail wns immensely enjoyed Tho owner of the vessel was even more dclichted than his guests Four oclock came and tho vessel was miles from the hotel The cooks began to get anxious They were assured it was all right After an hour or two a capital supper was served and Mary Ann and James forgot all about their duties on shore When their hot said I wonder what tho people at tho hotel are eating there was a great shout of laughter All consented to the mutiny against their employer nnd didnt mind sailing until ten or eleven oclock when tho schooner finally landed In tho meantime the gucsti wcro in fine state of mind aud tho proprietor was besido himsolf At six oclock some of the people went into the kitchen washed a few dishes cooked coffee and got together some cold food A fow thought it all a great joke When tho yachting party returned tho hotel keeper couldnt scold his employes ami didnt daro offend tho rich guest He therefore smiled in a forced fashion it is true when the yachtsman asked him cheerily Howdid you enjoy your N Y Tribune dinner Â¬ COU RIGHT AFTER ALL Sorvleoa or n Cnrpoutnr Not Wanted a IMiynlrUn mies No seemingly not only Virginias A head adorned with shaggy and un Â¬ manageable whiskers was thrust out of the window and a voice that fitted tho beard inquired What is it Oh is this Mr Higgins canioastill small voice from tho slmdo of the door way below Hum Ifffniln kMtii to her feet towering taller in the flick- Â¬ ering firelight I hopo never to look upon his faco again How uncompromising you are her friend persisted Yot you owo him so deep a dobt your life perhaps Yes I owo hlra that God help mo She turned away abruptly as a deep surge of color swept her pale faco Yea I owe hlin a debt I can nover pay never I owo him cscapo from a spys death I owe him oh Bess I never realized half how much until I rodo in sight of thoso dear gray jackets St An Â¬ drews cross fluttering so gayly over them She gazed absenMy into tho flro a raomont tho color slll warm on her face And Bess wlwn I told Col Randolph every word tho tr the man had said ho called me a littlo hero said I had put Rosser under deepÂ¬ est obligation that ho could striko the Yankees In tho rear and tho road to tho river was open to me to pk CONTINUinJ Centenary of riaytar Cards God forbid that Carolyn Clay roso Please come to 414 High street jst as qutok as you can and bring your instruments I aint no doctor Im a carpenter Dr Higgins lives two floors bolow and tho window eamo down with tv shim that told of former experiences of fBu tho sumo kind on tho part of tho hum bio artisan But Carpenter Higgins had not got comfortably back into bed beforo the boll rantr acrain nnd uttcrlnc somo re marks ho roso onco moro nnd went t tho window Ti Well what do you want nowM ejaculated Please sir said tho littlo voice fcffiW Its you wo want pa and ma i shu up in tho foldin bed an wo can i ff1 em out Boston Herald Â¬ Yes r I oolml Too Often Robinson very lato at nlghtJ Hello Brown arent vou out lato Brown Yes Pvo befcn working 0Tf my books at tho office and Im afraW moot my wife Dont Mrs Brown like to havajo work at tho ofllco so lato Sho doLBnl mind thtt but wont bolluve Ive boon there Tex Slftlngs OrDt All Want a Vnril AVllIlt IFiEL Mrs Younghusband Do you thi ucorgo will llko these Clippers i Dr Rudolf Lothar at Vienna hw formed a society for the fifth centenary him Mrs GrlniRhttw Il mtcrht to of the invention ol playing cards which occurred in 1892 A rich programme dear At auy rato ho can nevM of tho fcstlvitic is already in prepara- Â¬ tney piuoh him Judge tion containing discussions aud lectures This Innt the first time yfJ on tho origin and development Of cards come in contact with the polw J and card playing and a goodly nnmbet loUfUkM fli 4A UlltttrtUC of matches in the various kinds ol till What may I games i is not known whether Amer was the reply ican poker 0 rcpreseaWd on the list of ine result or your former eocw I awoke him Washington X fagrt crties s ton thgua els nl bv rwiftv WWI r mm m A Mothers Story HOME HINTS AND HELPS farm tin nged Gorman was gath ering mushrooms and while peering about tho pasturo for tho toothsome fungi in a stooping attitude n Hock of Gander Hill gceso strutted under a post and rail fence from n neighboring lreo Press with Prult IHnnc orange Take a can of pond and inarched length their necks ox Sana IF a 1 j fVi y tn f Jf tended at full toward tho S pullla WL8I2 strawberries raspberries or currants TrHJUlLB Stranger who at first paid no attention A with crulclirs thru without I In Is now pcr iunniiiHimtioiT tho juice sweeten to their hissing but continued every ifortly well llvolyns any boy V Mtts Emma and place over the lire When it comes V DUFF AVkdpolr Ms83 ton boil stir in 11 tablespoonful of now and and again to reach dowu and moss farina to every pint of juice add pick a mushroom He soon learned to his sorrow that o not puro ptttn or urlpo HOODOPILLO a pint of mltlc set on ice to cool Servo tho gecsu were considerably above tho tut net promptiT cnMly and offlctentlr sv with cream and suornr TCni m nut in average Hock for bold persistency and side iletermined tight Ono old gander not Â¬ Kronen potatoes enn be restored to ed nn leader and after marshaling his palutnbleuess by pcellnjr them and lct-ti- forces into position led on to tho light them lie in a cool placo with plen Â¬ by boldly approaching the ty of cold water poured over them In striking him a stunning intruder and blow oh tho twenty four hours all the suffar which nose Itoforc he could recover from tho has been formed during- tho freezing effect two of the geese one from each on process will have been removed and side Hew at his face each taking tho potatoes can now bo boiled in fresh hold of an ear and holding ou with r water und will be found to be perfectly bulldog like tenacity while they bat Â¬ nt palatable Chicago Herald tered his head and fneo with tlfeir clipÂ¬ Portugese Cakes Take butter ped wings Tho sharp points of the ct Wi sugar and Hour of equal weight cut feather stems brought the blood mo Heat the butter to a cream add tho from his cheeks and forehead at overy SxJ m9 eggs then the sugar and at last Hap Ho jumped and pranced around T icra KIDNEUIVER the Hour Stir half an hour and drop like mad wildly gesticulating and mut in little heaps the siro of a walnut on tering cries and curses in German Two out a sheet iron pan which you have others of his feathery assailants How iBOMsness slightly dusted over with Hour Take upon his back and began pecking him nfndniiie foul brcntli sour stomach heart in some preserved cherries and place one on the head and neck-- whllo tho others bin n or dyspepsia constipation oon in the center of each cake pressing it took hold upon tho legs of his trousers Ber- down to steady it Utiko in 1 moderÂ¬ and coat tails and tugged till they 3SMgrcis5on9 tho fairly dragged him to a swampy part DNtrrsa after entln pain and bloating In tho ately hot oven Hoston Hudjjet uglt lloinncli shortness of breath mm in the heart -- Potato Halls Pare the potatoes of the Held where 0110 of the poor fel- Â¬ liout smoothly and evenly Cut out tho balls lows feet sank in the slippery mud and sot with a French scoop dropping them in he fell backward in the slime A man for A splendid irrllng to dny and a depressed ono cold water as soon as they are cut in one of the passing wagons hurried iotl to morrow nothing seems to tasto pood tired to his assistance armed with a beau When readv to do th onnh innv n ooUs ilgoplcssand all unstrung weakness debility them in n saucepnn with boiling water polo snatched from tho truck gar- Â¬ hall KtinrnutrorrorontcntsorOnonottlp If not ban enough to cover them Place 011 the dens lie nrrlvod just in time to pre- Â¬ ttltnl liiUKgiAtt w i vrum ou tlio prlco uiUU ihers nru--- Nt At rOe SUv lire and cook until tender If the vent tho enraged geeso from killing lO0 Sire bibs In alkiA flulito to Itlti fro IonsultaiUm ttv scoop used bo one of medium size it their victim f I Kiuirli Co Uinoiiamtov N Y Even the blows from the tough cedar will take just eight minutes to cook the 0 sail balls but if the large size bo used bean pale for a time had noeHecton tho tier of twelve minutes cooking will be re- geese nnd it was not until Hvo of them Taia than quired Drain off nil tho water and with their necks broken lay quivering d tho on tho grass that tho poor old German dredge with one leuspoonful of salt The his fneo covered with blood and his vtsr Field grjvt i were 99 Farm is veryand Fireside convenient to clothing with mud could be delivered It much more t nour Ho was led out to tho old summer road have raisins already stoned for use placed in tho wagon aud kindly driven d and when they are needed Five or six to his homo in Tioga The only about months supply of raisins or of currants that can bo given for the unusual reasonÂ¬ r host behaMiss C G McClavk School may be prepared at u time in cold tvt the teacher 753 Pari Place Klniira N weather To prepare raisins pick oft vior of the geese is that a rng pickor f great who German in appear Â¬ Y This Spring while away from the steins seed them one by one with ance resembled the several goslings that to the carried awn - and vhome teaching my first term in a the lingers or a small knife In ordor belonged to one of ihegccse Philadel Â¬ Country cloven school I was perfectly to prevent tho lingers becoming sticky phia Times finally wretched with that human agony dip them in a bowl of warm water kept IKKsmrNT Uauiuson will retire from hand for callcu dyspepsia After dieting for near at are heededthe purpose As the tho presidency at tho round ago of sixty raisins close them up one ro in R When Washington retired ho by one so as to make them look ns thov years prlotor rriend wrote me sucrccstincr that I urn l i 1S1 riins is necessary to pre was sixty live John Adams was sixty U some Make August Flower The very next ventueiuro sticking together six and so was ladieon TeiYwson was them as itchen thy I purchased a bottle I am de will if put in tho jar or box turned theyÂ¬ seventy four Monroe was sixty seven I in fee and s lighted to ssy that August Flower side out It will also make them keep ilnckson was seventy and Van Huron A few John Quinry Adams re Â¬ A tin box with a elose iitting was fifty nine hen the i helped me so that I have quite re- - better cox ered lrom my indisposition cover is the best thing to keep raising tired from the presidency at sixty two c hotel but later on served long in the houso of or currnnK in X Y Tribune cr and it representatives John Tyler Polk Fill- Â¬ sU He flSSkCl more lierce Grant Hayes Artliuratul I IoiIIkIi imvn for Vomi Women shion it Cleveland woro all under blxty when ashed A very rich shade of XCVv tomato red they left the whito house your joy Minelh hnir sergu is used in gay gowns Tun alloy which it is said a Norwe- Â¬ for very young women The newest fancy is to make u round waist with gian has discovered by which aluminum yoke and enormous sleeves of blnck or can bo soldered consists of combining very dark bottle green velvet The cadmium zinc nnd tin mixed in sub Â¬ yoke and sleeves appear to bo all in ono stantially tho following proportions liylrUn piece as tho seams on the shoulders Fifty parts cadmium twenty parts - and uu which join thorn tiro covered with a zinc nnd tho remnlnder of tin tho zinc sort of epaulet finish of very elegant being first uieHed in any suitable vesÂ¬ out of ist nillrilliloiil tn nnri lliltnim litnnlia RIcV sel to this ltfnilfti fitted the Wltlo u mill iti tlkf tti I an til It eacii cut jet A jungle row of black moss nnd the cadmiuminbeing added mass to pieces tlio then the tin itico LV 1 or bjIo bv ihiiiri isia trimming is at tho foot of the rod bell bo well heated stirred and poured Ilcturo 7 17 70 mill saiinilo dote frcu skirt with iive rows of cut jet gimp This is said to overcome tho last re- Â¬ CO Prrprlrton NEW 0RK above Other dresses in similar fash Â¬ maining objection to tho udmirublo itucaRtUl tV r Sitmt door- ion are made of violet cloth hunters metal the green vigogne or Xnpoleoii bluo killed said that camcls buir brightened by a Hrcton It Is uoo too caro euro Intho cat Onn dealing with much vest of brilliant taureau rcd or lienga cannot neighbors folino favorite Alton root jst oiios line Around the bottom of tho skirt limes tire sot two very narrow bias braids of sho whispered Suppose carpenter the red fabric with an edging each tilo Tom Theres no suppose about IitshouldÂ¬ re siue of purled black gimp of a glitter- Â¬ sponded Tom youve got toaomo duy bolov h with ing line of jet These dresses in every Lifo xx ease are lined throughout with blaek erienccs of- jr Bulls Bough Syrup pronoso you not so tnffclu silk with a balayouso Jlounco toHe If She wero you did tall Id seo now tho humyou youd tho same silk cut bins and scantily short I could bo If Hurpors llazur of gathered and nliont live inches deep mi not got TRACTION AND PORTABLE OC Y Sun Aluminium buggies are now In tho marboforo tae ket- Thoy stioulit Hud special favor an they will bo light evon ou tho darkest night lUd wentt lous ami Short Llvrx lutor Ocean According to tho figures of a great Horso Powers Thrcsfwrs and iHM VVrilA t nowrM Ir cats could only hold their baek foncoo mnlliMl VroA company r H IHi t iTltitMfnt1 rnfnJtin IMIUUIHMIMMK Pr life insurance- agents Hvo conimorclul carnivals in tlio day time thoy wouldnt longer than linUMEUY CO LAPORTE IND traveloro und nights bo Rochester Democrat iu artiii uiIJtH1l tMlo voice j7 men in uny other kind of business not Â¬ roa l9luft withstanding the huzardH which at Somi of tho itiofit disappointed pcopto In cant go those who tends transportation by mil and water tho judgmont will bo hut thought omild havo thoy hud had more religion Next to thorn como denttsts teachers caoucli HaiaH Horn and professors Including music teach Â¬ Wb supposo n sullor comes to bcTa tar ers hatters clergymen and mission- Â¬ ght nello aries Xuxt como bankers and capital Â¬ on tio result of tho pitch of Ids veusol ists who seem to Hvo Just a trl Ho long Â¬ Wnns does a man reallyteail When ho rhhlff 0Tfl er thnn butchers and marketmen robs a ho make up km mind rci ConAumptlnn Concli Croup Sore Lawyers and jewelers follow nnd they that hohouse or whenHorn wllH Hums t bold by ul UnifKikts on a uuarantee are succeeded on tho list by merchants Well to littVJ peddlers milkmen und pawnbrokers ductor to said tho ltiipatlont streot cnr contho corpulent party trying to Then come gardeners laborers civil catch tho cur como ahead orclso go KfpoL iitTe m t Laxnpoou engineers and qanvasetti bookkoep Or 0WNbl WeiMM thuW wi icrc crs and bank cashiers artists and Why do vod not let raiLANTirKonuf Hungry Ilkjglna MI FIELDS FEMALE REGULATOR architects Kewspaper men come next Â¬ whlslcv alone I with the printers physicians nnd gen- wouldnt have no excuo for being poor If I Tltl ingredient possesses superb Tonic tlemen who tiro not engaged in active did luamnapoiis journal iA o yo Cities and exerts a wonderful infill employment Then follow tho apothe Â¬ I Ippcrs What made Mrs Saspfftr Mrs Tuttu in toning up and strengthening her caries and photographer aad after give that old uinn her scat In tho carl Mrs uy driving through the nrpper them in order bakery cigar makers WUoaere IJocautio ho said Pardon me i uiirlit tl all imnurities Healthand real estate agenta army officers and ansa when ho accidentally atepped oa ar an neY1 guaranteed to result from its use soldiers liquor dealers mariners and drt as Iuvr Ocoant rivlfewhewKabeilrlJdHfBrIgk naval Officers Shortest lived of all Minxib T hat horrid Shak of Tart la ha 1md TO1 11 four hundred wives a ike MlMbMary naul JitgHlttter Air twu wsBtb la ceeni to bo the auctioneers boarding i ppoM that laalcea him belong lluaiU 1 aAl drivwa house kcopet btrbers four hqudred iUiit kl- - JadUa- J M Johkmk JInlwil Ark olrl Journal 2ft 1 Warerly Magaziu Itlti HutiiiTiiu iv iiui vol inuvU f UntzUXi cc fun pec Holtii BBBBBBBBBBBBBBt w When my boy was 2tf years of age n fall tiroucht on hip disease vrnlch Gradually irow worst unin wiien ho was fl lio could not wnllc and we had htm treated o months at tho Childrens Hospital in lioston But when ho catno homo ho was worse nhd tho doctors Bald notUlnifcoitltl ho Wl ilonu I beRan ctviiie JS- SBMMK hua Hoods Saniaparllla win 10 iuir and ho improved atoneo Tho II tibswusci on his hip healed up his ap potlto improve und ho could vrnflt at Itrst fepl 1 Molnsscs Drops Ono cup of molas RM oilc lialf oup of butttir ono hatf cup of warm water thrco oup of Hour ono teaspoon ful of soda and tvo ton spoonfuls of Rlnsor Drop from u Rpoon into wolMihttoVCd tins mid balec in 11 quldc ovcn Olci Uomostoad Fisli Otnolct Jlalco a plain omelet with hx OKgvniid wlion ready to fold sprrni over t fisl prepared na fdllowrc At hi to a cupful of any hind of cold lish broken lino a oupfnl of cream und a touspoonful of butter To bo Rea Â¬ soned with salt and pepper Dotrolt GNRAGED GEESE BtAtb or Onto Citt or TOMcdo 1 Lcvab Covstt They Attnok and Nearly Kilt an Ajc4 Fhouc J UkcnkY makes oath that h hi Oormnn the soalor partner of tkoUrui of F J CrrsNST Co doing busluoss lu tho City of Toledo An interesting nnd rather peculiar County Stato aforesaid and that battle was witnessed yestordny morn- Â¬ Qrm will aud tho sum of onr uunuuru said iol ing by a number of porons who woro lxhs for pay and every ease or Catarrh each driving along tho old summer road in that cumiot ho cured by tlio use of Halls Cuor Frank J Ciiknkt the Twenty eighth ward In n field ly Â¬ Catahhu to boforo ma and subscribed In my Sworn ing on tlio north side of tho old thor Â¬ presence this Oik day of December ADlSedL oughfare nnd east of Harris UcUovuo A W GlEASOK 8KAL Â¬ truck 1 JS6UW IubliO Halls Catarrh Cnro Is taken Internally and nots directly on tho blood and mucous surÂ¬ faces of tho system Bend for testimonials f roo F J Chunky Co Toledo O E3TSold hy Druggists 5c It rMft Knurvioi una ninu 3 in kaiiiln Inlnm tliw IrAnBml hum wnaMM off TtMi Ituitm aim stoT toiith In arlltlaat 04r hBM lurnblo nml tlio consumer imy twr Mini or iliM paokaso with every uufcuat NOT RE DECEIVED THE INDIANS There is a proposition now before It was nn agricultural editor who wrotet Putnplttns uro mild to ho fattening for the Indian Commissioners to us hogs but wo huyo never tried them our- Â¬ selves the army io compel the Indians t HH Tncttn Isnt a poor man in tho world who go to school would bo willing to curry a millionaires This wholesale method of making load for tho pay ho gets Hams Horn -i- r jDRKILMERS - n- - No matter what people may nny to the con- delicious flavor about it trary constipation is easily anil thoroughly Some philanthropist wanted t curable Uosloitors Stomach Hitters gives complete relief Uso it promptly persist convert them by the same method outly Avoid drnstio purgatives Thoy that is to order them to get re grlpo weaken uocossitato inereanhigdoses disorder tho stomach Not so tho Bitters ligion This thorough mcdleluo is also a prevent ivoof miliaria nnd removes biliousness dya The better way would be to seer pepsin rheumatism und kidney trouble Â¬ Dont rtcllove It the regulars schoolmasters has a 3i ThonuiBon called moan Idiot Ynbdoy You neednt ml ml that Tliomn son always tioos cxuggurulu moro or lost Munon Indianapolis dourtia that they are set to work at such tasks as they can accomplish then give them Reids German Cough and Kidney Cure when they havt pulmonary trouble There is nothing like good health to overcome even the woes of civili- Â¬ zation or the want of it 11 1 It may have Its drawbacks but tlio mutes modo of conversing Is ccrluiulv houdy 1 W Fm9 Tho Mont Pleasant Way Of provonting tho grippe colds headaches nnu lovers 13 to use ttio liquid laxuuvo rem cdy Byrtip of Figs whenever the system Get this great needs a gentle yot effcotivo cleansing To bo bonollted ono must got tho true remedy dealer manufactured by tho California Fig Syrup Co only For sulo by oil druggists iu 50c SYLVAN REMEDY and tl bottles Tnn best idea of a Sabbath days journey obtained when one tries to run through a Sunday nowspapor Lowell Courier Is remedy of any CO Peoiia 111 l3toaJltirorraoutlil7harBjlaihwbal aWFHSTDniiStoVlckMofliotrohfi M tUMK TU13 1AfSUou UAMl ft FA FAT FOLKS REDUCED AAIlnMl Loss i Appelate itrtinBnolnoonTnnl rmll bail pfttvjt Htrlrtlvoenllilontlal no Pirw cost only 25 cents a box Thoj are provorbtally known throughout tho world to be worth a guinea u box JBrrciiAMs alla iKI UaiNlitMi Jc Cblou40IU uar Hn Woman thy tuunois frailty She If It wasnt shed never cousuut to chunge SOMETHING TO REMEMBER -- RIFLESJIOO nouiut BICYCLES l nrrthLosdcr rl ylQ pyniaB P AIUtailiiiiiwrldtula wut iirurt fnu ear 700 io4 atttnp for WATCHES 186tJultUiliiB01 THCPOKrUAUUMENrOk ulB M -- ik ail ir Â¬ mJ wer Pierces Favorite Prescription In building up overworked fooblo delicate women or lemilo in any weakness if it ever falls to benefit or cure you havo your money back Ita nn invigorating rcstorntivo tonic a soothing and strengthening nervine nnd a safe and certain remedy for womans ills and ailments It regulates and pro- Â¬ motes nil tho proper functions improves digestion enriches tho blood ulspola nehes nnd paiii3 brings refreshing sleep ono medicine co euro to help you thatitcau bo guar-Â¬ anteed Its Dr IE youre a wenic emlToolsfarnoriniinnaDRItLINQ WELLS arrtAMX tins rmu7 iu yiai or ailing woman that thcros only Mornlilno ITablt Citrott In NyniAii of TlCln Ohio Hint n iinKlnsi Mnottlnr DONT FORGET 2IU mum wan KTUXUt TXU3 JATC toXO iliiyn Xoiyillt curli nn J STKlUKXS UInum Okhw It tttj taa jm FITS 1 uu una nmin Trii Hire HALL iiottio frrab wtn nflcr all other nill AdrfH CHKMC0Yftr4lr complaint or CnunuiDittlvrB unit pooplo trliohavo wank lununor Aitb innnhnulituao ritoxOurofor ConsuniitloH it has cured hniunmla Itlinn liotlnUir nosicouBii iiinuoOTnrywliorn BoW ibisuufc unu luiAKU nyriip Ce 1 Â¬ and restores health and strength Nothing elso can bo as chenp With this you pay only for tho good you get A N Bopcrv Y IC- VI WlirjV WIIITINU Into tHut jou ar TO AUVVKTlaUIlH IUJAN tlio AavcrtUeneul la SfJA Jsl Si7y ss He Going To the nearest drugstore for a bottle of Rheumatic a medicine that never falls to cure rheumatism Remndy It is taken internally nnd docs the work promptly without drugging 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 elghtcea 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 FOUR TIMES Its original size aud 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 U sold by all reliable dealers in drugs OUR 40 page PAMPHLET SENT FREE BY MAIL Duranga Small 1 l r Xf DURANCS RHEUMATIC REMEDY CO 1316 L STREET WASHINGTON BEWARE Ol FRAUD Auk lor 11111 ItiHlst Hpoii havlflff XV L JKHlCiLAH rtllOKS NanoBPH- Jj JOUBtH Mams mil price ntnntiKM aa ttetteu Auett loriiiYiicnyauuuy eald everywhere D O rmmE IV Srhisr W L DOUGLAS GENTLEMEK 1 asrRUWIELY- - M mow-till-lut- wmmmmL tHrSMLOMSli Â¬ i p will not rip Calf A sewed shoe ocnmlesa smooth Inside moro comfortable stylish nnd durable than nny other shoe ever sold at tho price Every style Equal custom mauc 0uocs costing irom f to 5 Tbe following ant f tie him blk tUwkrd ev mcruj 400 and go Mae Gulf Hnsd Sewed 03 OrlwEL that j5o a i i I a- - PmfrH loiicc larmeni una ieiicncarrMrs for Working Me 350 923 aud 3qayowum una KOya 1111517 lor frrvw llauricwcd and X90 Ponsoli f LADiCS J17J fpr MUsca XT IS A DOTTywi ewa niwilt vo km um imm vaiM iwr year woaev ytv 39 fHlSlSTHE 7 icoiwar dt Xi IMMCMM mm cW Â¬ lELIOATEyifOMEN i MJU tM MMK ttiMVCtOMl utj Day l nOtilHIIlQw Mil twe iSUHE WILL weev 0 hNt Urm I WlUBexcliialt mUr tn akf an4 mrm1 m em UCIAA MrriiKHiwlirIliaviM ilrct Fantary ataila rtMMIH JK n BBB kf a Tmmafmt Shattor y K AJUy tafaa Rln wTla Tat tumA mdU al aw MbmP2bNW crt17lJTByM nf tuOCO jton w 11 t At 1 1 f i I THREE KILLED IN A ROW Woman imd Two Men Shot to Doath la Grwn County Tonn 1 tf CI T1 nilu mi Trtiti wiiwii Hixon woro killed in R row oyer tho ownoraliipofa piocoof farming land in Grcon county Tonn on aiNniArnfwofn4- riuiwclaylmst ions in uroon county iohuutow and Martinson county North Car olma led on one hand by bd John Â¬ son and on tho othor by a notorious ThniiinmHtv of Kentucky ltiw to investigation showed Hint while ftL Qoivod u Htrikins vindication at r1 VY1 WWC unit IU I1UU MliniHU Oil UIO HIHI iHU VVH i Newport on Thursday hint nRiunHt grent t00 of ho cmillg Republicans in Hits grip ami undo why hast thou done this Hut word and ttiwwereii him not ontprtnininonte Tlio grand 8nl1 1 tbo tewrda tnko tho ircloj indicted fow days ago Abo Llovd Jgr its contents ami bury ft in the for pmo fighting Ho 18 tho Gin- mveynr1 ani t0Kthan lie raid cot finni HlffMr win canio ovor to thee hence and hco that thou come not this sido a fow weeks ago and un Â¬ again in to niv presence and so they der tho auspices of the Newport went out and Ethan watched where they the grin but not get in so athletic club fought Miko Norton nutand by Ethan ho coulddraw on his hy by made a another Cincinnutiun- - for twenty pocriey and when as wo have seen tho rounds with two ounco gloves miifiterspcwcd him up he pretended to be Roth woro arrested through the ef- Â¬ dead and the young men arose and car forts of tho Nowport commercial ried him out to tho big cemetery and it was night and it camo to paw white they club wcro preparing a grave for him that he In the trial last week it was prov Â¬ arose and made haste to get the grip and ed beyond doubt that the affair departed and so in my lint vision I was was a prizo fight and not a con at tho Worlds Fair and oh it was tost for scientific points and tho splendid beyond description and behold jury gave a verdict sentencing Ethan was there and he was going to and crying with loud saying Lloyd to throo months in the work fro and Here Dont amiss it voice chance Here J last houso at hard labor and 800 fine etc and I approached him and said what now Ethan and ho opened the Suod for 100000 Damages grip and showed me the too nails and The first libel suit ever filed in said Ve was selling them at 2f cents each the Fayetto circuit court by one as mementoes of tho Republican party oditor agains another was recorded and I said have you nothing of tho Peo party thero Thursday last FW Norris ples said ho Nothing at all sir Know ye not how they always kicked editor of tho Cynthiana Times about everything and you nfa remembrings suit against Sam J Roberts ber that we had to bury them alive and editor of tho Kentucky Loader for they were still such infernal kickers that 100000 damages Norris copied I could not get a single nail so Ethan an oditorial from tho Southorn continued his selling and I took in the A Brulaor Fined 300 from Ethan and kco what it contains and DR WBICGRflLL llio unto lougn who wmii luiuiiKuniHi put them that city aroaort for prio fighting Famaiil A positive mid permanent cure for all forms jurvfyn sl iif lkFllEDJiHlll EEEEEsBil Vn HEADACHE jMDjNEUfALGIA fcjsPSWBiifactMrliE Jiwiirl The nion prompt safe and sure relief for nil acute ptiins in any part of the human cystetn fitKClAUY COMIOlNOKD 11Y U 35 E MAIK STREET I For Jim Colo mountalnoor months thoy havo been fighting onch othor through tho courts cortain fanning lands being tho b tnko KM EEEEEEEEEEEBsw LEXINGTON S AYIUTEHALL M Â¬ I w sEEEEEEEEseI JM Jl The rcniilt of many years experience us socialist in tlic trenlment of pain ful nervous d senses TtEDltov Lsn June JO 18S0 The Dr Wliltclinli MegriniineCo Oeiiilemen Mv wife had not been free from hendnelie lor two days at a time for ten years until she used vour celebrated It stops her bead remedy MKGIUMINK ache and leaves no bad effects iiud that is more than all my medical friends and my Mlf have been able to do I positively recommend Its use for all forms of headache or neuralgia Take it Mrictlv in accordance with directions and you will a surely be Yours trulv relieved S WATCHES 2 I I M A Ho also suggested willies Mr Norris should take some- Â¬ 0 that F V Mr Albert Favorito of Arkansas thing whon ho feels another such City Kan wishes to give ourread attack coming on nrs tho bonofit of his oxporienco Shooting Tournamont Closed A with colds Ho says I contracted a cold oarly last sping that settled a iiu DJiuwLiuy iAMHiuiiiru i tiiuuu on my lungs and had hrdly re Â¬ closed Thursday afternoon at FLEASflNT covered from it whon I caught Georgetown Ivy was a success in another that hung on all summer oveiy way Thero were seven match Â¬ and loft mo with a hacking cough es oach day Over GOO live birds which I thought I novor would got woro shot An intorostiug featuro rid of I had usod Chamberlains was a live bird match between Mr THE NEXT MORNING I FEEL BRIGHT AND NEW AND MY COMPLEXION 13 BETTER My doctor on ho It Cough Romody some fourtoon years Jack Crutcher of Frankfort and and kidney saya U aacti trentlrLixattre atomach Hrtr iiIcokuiI and Thli drink Is tuoatsjullr aa made from herbs and la prepared Â¬ Dick ago with much success and con Richardson of Jessamine tea Itii called cluded to try it again Wiion I county for 100 a sido at fifty had got through with one bottlo birds Mr Crutcher won the match All druKRlsts soli It At 60c and 100 a package If my cough had loft mo and I havo killing forty three birds while Mr IOurannntKetttnandyouraddrcBaforfreoftriinplo dur In onlcrtobfl hraUliTtlilliietvary Addrvu not suHorod with a cough or cold Richardson killed thirtv six - OUATOIl rWOOmVAUD icUOV t v since I have rocommondod it to Judge Groslmm Is Silent othors and all spoak woll of it CO Judge Grosham was asked for a LOUIS 50 bottles for sale by Roso confirmation or denial of a report Jqiios avioiisaik muirs iv that ho had been offered tho secre- Â¬ Roystox Raised On a Ropo taryship of state by President elect John R Roystor tho negro who Cleveland and that tho oiVor had murdored John P Eppes on tho accepted I havo nothing to say night of July 29 1S01 expiated his on this subject ho remarked Urgfd terriblo crime on tho gallows in tho to dictate oven tho briofest state Â¬ C NOTIONS county jail yard at Suffolk VuM on ment ho again made the same ro Third llace ami Union Six Thursday last Royster was visit- Â¬ ply and added C1XCINNATI O 41 am not doing ed in tho jail by a largo number of any talking at all at tho prosont We carry the cooils that Mill Mtit vmir trmlu ami ur prices are TUK LOW KST people including tho white and time colored ministers of tho town who Special attention to mail orders Killed By a Child read the scriptures and prayed with l urnf m Of An aa v him until tho hour of execution Ho was led to tho scaffold at 12 10 Win Waller shot and instant lv p m when Sheriff Raker read to killed a young negro man named him tho order of the court for his Goorgo Turner six milt s above Lou- oxueution and gave him an oppor- - lia Ivy on Thursday Turner was tunity to say anything ho might working for Waller and tho little desire but tho condemned man was girl took tho revolver from the toofrightoned to mako any con Â¬ mantle playfully pointed it at the man saying she would shoot him nected stalomont Prayer was of lured on the scaf- Â¬ Sho pulled tho trigger and tho ball fold for him At 1227 oclock tho loou eiieci in too center ot tne drop foil and at 12 l01i towns pro Â¬ forehead nounced extinct by tho attending Two Years For Manslaughter physician Ho died almost with- Â¬ Tho jury brought in a verdict out a struggle No oifo claiming giving John Saunders two years in tho body it was buried by the au- the penitentiary for manslaughter thorilies in the circuit court at Lexington It Joseph V Dory of Warsaw Til on Thursday last On Christmas ta Cures ColJiCouchjSoro Throat OnrapInSuenA Whooping Cotiftn Bronchitis and Auhrna Consumption in euro sU23 and was troubled with rheumatism day Saunders and John Johnson certain rlief for advanced itiicas firstUta at one In sure ou triil m the excellent ettoct aftr toUre tsi a nuinbor of different becamo involved in a difficulty and tried Fold hy dlets sverywhsre Crit it uri remedies but says nono of them over a game of craps whon Johnson botuc50ccnuandsioa suomod to do him any good but received a wound in his breast IlIiTIHQlAUn finally ho got hold of one that from Saunders pistol which result- Â¬ hust in jcASTiir speedily cured him Ho was much ed in his death pleased with it and felt sure that others similarly alllicted would Lanos Modicino movoi tho bow Â¬ liko to know what tho remedy was els oach day In order to bu heal that cured him Ho states for tho thy this is nocessary bonofit of tho public that it is GREAM Again Bluns Blurt called Chomboriains Pain Ralm Amm it id tlmt Kthun the Postil For salo by Roso fc Jones in nut dead Well wo should reimnnher that one who can piny the hyyocriie in A Mothers Rash Act YEARS FOR also work in other mm- otitks Mrs Addison Eblon of Hendor tens find chii all has beenit made plain to Has led all Worm Remedies it attempted tnljlcommit me tn my recent rjalons You remem soti Ky EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED laud Â¬ ber the tt rat time we hhw Ethan ho was suioido Thursday by SOLD everywhere anum Sho was found insonsiblo working jn the great political crave yard toraraalir UtHlRBaaSTATLSRKKV C DTLBCH helping bury the dead Kcpublicana now on hor bed at 0 oclock Two it came to pass when he hiuULwheil his physicians succeeded after a groat task that he went iilJnWPJwi and j CIIAS BUCHANAN while in reviving hor There was said I am one of the fcslflrf ul Wtvauu and found near her sido a noto which nave unisueu ineworK tuoHveavesi me PiaGtiGelBODliStoemaaef Dear children to do now I pray thee pay ijae for my read s follows tyy that I may go and HAZEL GREEK KY This is tho last you will over soo laborand Uacle Sam Mild vinit havebretk noth we rea of mo I havo boon accused of ng whertwlth to pay youAU lUe Special attention to Uennirinv and tls rHCtioiiKHnriinlfed ihop at via ChihhiIhs The step money htw bea taken out of thetreurv Ktand more than I chu bear mi the hill near the llenthl office taken by tho unhappy woman wan to iwv nHker then Ethan roiit his brought about by family jura beÂ¬ eHlhitasHl puittfd hU hair hM curwd i FLOYD 1IYD bin JUL They tM nfawiiwnt mw JuthaM carrk Cmpton Ky tween herself and husband Imukr a largf grip awlrljHc4 SaMMiid are well known people there ATTORNEY-AT-LA- Y what wat tlwujn hk grih and stkan win pntTiwm rar wi hiii i Hun- nf tttU iWuMiwl ralli consumption the a friend Tom Hixon visited tho Johnsons houso claiming to havo n warrant for Mrs Johnsons arrest Sho called hor husband to como to lior assistance His foot was frozon but ho managed to crawl out and opon firo on Hixon and Colo They roturnod tho firo and Johnson was Jcillod Mrs Johnson ran into tho houso and roturnod with a shot gun tho contonts of which sho omptiod into Hixons breast killing him Sho was about to opon firo on Colo but ho gotahoad of hor with a load of buckshot at close range almost decapitating tho woman Sho foil lifeless across tho body of her hus- Â¬ band Tho Johnsons havo six grown children who say thoy will avenge tho killing of their paronts Colo has not been capturod On tho above dato Jim Colo ond DIAMONDS CLOCKS JWLRY Solid gillrer AND Optical Goods It 1UAIT M 1 Â¬ olllct on ftgy Snltl nt Tim Horn tlvc Ktinriiutro fid rtuitt ti lio pohI- - H G FEDER J103 107 Â¬ JCut Price House H ONE DOLLAR a2 V KACE STREET CINCINNATI j t OHIO Journal into his paper and failed fair to credit it and Roberts thinking Norris was the author intimated that the editor of tho Times had EVERY HOUR trlon ily at the oinplovinent winch we fiirni li The labor I light ami pleicant and yon run no We lit you out roumleteso that tUk whatever you can jrlve the bu iues a trial uithout expeu e to ourelf For tlm e willing to do a little work I tillthe grandest oiler made Vou eaii work ill day or In theevenluj ouh If you tire em plotcd and have a few spare liour at our ll jwal utllUe them and add to vour Income oar biHlne will not Interfere at nil You will be amazed on the tnrt nt the rapidity and can be which you iinm n dollar upon dollar day in ami ilav out liven be flutter are Micee slul from the none tlrt hour Anvjne can run the buliu fall Vou should try uothiiif eNe until you Me for xourelf what you can do at the bioduesj whhli we oiler No capital risked Women an jtrauii worker nowadays they make us much a men They nlionld trv till buluei a it I co well adapted to them Write nt once and vv lor yourself Addre CO II HAMKTT Uox 880 1ortlaiul Mo - AMri fflW mSlttG ww83K J STIX I pW Is easily earned by nuv one of cither tcx In any part of the country ulio wIIIIiik tn work indiu UXDEKWKA1 SHAWLS IIOPI BUY ilOVKS JILAXKKTS Sl PKNDKHS and all kinds of in all wares and other goods in Notion and Itiruishing CJoodf Line II oc G FKDKP Jc Co 100 Church Street New York1 SJri bpeciiiI attention to mail orders i T JGWISCELESJ M And nil who would retain it should consul OTIS W SNYDER DKAIKK IX SPECTACLES DIAMONDS JEWELRY A VALUABLE As agent jLAHESMEDICIHE FARM -- The best oculist in the State is with of the owner I offer for sale nt this notice anu price on everything the private contract n valuable farm in Morgan lowest Call ou him when in Lexington county Ky containinj FOR SALE North Uppir Stkpet WATCHES KYf LEXINGTON 108 Dry Goods oiirni-voar-o- iu lit a This farm is located J miles east of Hazel Green on the road lending from Uethsalem church to West Liberty and is only one- lalf mile from tho church building Ad orning the place is the public school build You can attend school at Hazel Green ng for the district ihere is a 3 room Academv five months ut the following coitdwelling on the place in good repair and a 2 per week Hoard good barn Ux 10 feet Tuition d per month Sixty ncrcs of the land is cleared and the Washing 10 cents per week remainder covered with u virgin forest of Oak Pine Poplar etc There is iiMilendid well of water mid a fine Teachers Course IJuMnesg Course and young orchard of tu bearing apple trees on Preparatory Course the place HI the place 00 in cash 0 and balance in one and two years Instruction Thorough Discipline Firm Expenses Minimum with eotinl notes at 0 per cent well secured further particulars address SlKNVKU COOPIIII Instrumental Music f0 cents per lesson Hazel Hreen Ky d0tf Vocal 2o Acres Moiie or Less Kszeieneeaaei Â¬ v - 1UU ly -- 5For ROSE DeBUSK lltACTICAL J Blacksmiths and Wagonmakers HAZEL GREEX KY Illaohstnithing of all kinds solicited and work promptlv done We make a specialty of building J ltnrse wagons and guarantee all work All who are indebted Jo the NOTiri ill in oi either of u for work iiium come and ettle tud eah orsntisfaetory terms will he dniMUetl for all work dpue Ilerearter Thanking mhi fur niNt patronage and so liciting a contintianee of the sanie wo ate respectfully UOSKA DkIUSK Â¬ Mn fiOD5KY will gi e especial attention to our Klocution and Heading ela se Kvery pupil beyond the Fifth Header grade should enter our Heading Drill eliiA j Kuter school now nnd jirepare for the Inly examination -- I J DINUFELDEK WITH M ROBINSON Importers aipl Jobbers of CO DRY Nos Out GOODS AD 1W K NOTIONS A Sclontiflo American t 539 atul r41 t -- Wcst LOUISVILLE Main Street nil iinniiPi nuniiid WHITES KY MyjlrHA0 ftS DESIGN PATENTS r COPVRIOUTa MARKS J II PHILLIPS wvru W M KERR JOIIIIKHS IX 3 CO VERMIFUGE gtimtlik mtimu 20 worKL MUNN CO ail BitOAUWAT New Your Oldost bureau for McunnF la Atnerhta Kyery patMit taken out by us ij browKbofora the public Mr aaouca glvea tree Tot ebirge In ia tKg Â¬ uiii tuauauuua atfl roa4wr XT 1 MAUPIN XX WITH Lanreet circulation of aar sclaatiao tha RnlMJclldlT AnVw r m vy vivs EiViiiS a Tuari Hown iuarex 21 llliaiii IvK1 iv7riivLlifm ww Vorlsatr Hardware Agricultural Implements OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS MALTA PLOWS COOKS MILLS A EVA OUATOKS CHAMPION KliAPKIK AND MOWEKS STODDAIU AM DOOIIS AND SASH A SPECIALTY 110 nnd 112 SfcondStukkt I RONTON O D H CAEPENTER WHOLESALE DKY GOODS NOTIONS IlOOTfr SHOES fcGly CATLETTSnURG J- c HrPIERATT Ilks JSirllouble and hiuI KY CbunbrUlnB A TjrtUr Livery Feed and Sale StabHJ HAZEL GREEN KY Ckrd Coughing Iwdi t 1 my JQUrtie TWf eutintenaitfti aul thv tuiil U d Lv hw UWMrd4 ietilyeth tho take the Uftiw ticJTa the law firm iaicuHitil wlili sriHc8ttrtpit Ks Ileh PnUrk ScxatoliM Son HImOm b4 Fik It U ooolinr ud aootklaf Ckroale Son Xru sH JUmubi Sold Head 014 Sorai 80m Iomms am t9 Ointmvit and Skin rTr tzSK l oneerlMK Mild rtbldlermn for hire IMrilen tH ed to Hiiy point on ll Smldk HowH rvt T l will hKo atteHil to holielt htinliieM of lUClHCtfillly c elU fir I III r vml Jt Day KltcUloUwrtruUmftat It to po up fa 3S aad 00 fa civil mU x3 ot h4 JOHN H THKA1T itdUd J boxM uiaATwO