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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ifCNCEIt COOPER Owner and EdiUr JJLJtljljrKJlillilN JUJiiKAljJJ m r w m a m m 1 m m i M a ax -- - J t U I JSfT Of a Noisy World With News From All Nations Lamblng at His Back 100 a YEAft Always In A4van 4i i EilGIITH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 24 1803 NUMBER 48 Senator William Lindiay A MiMeurlana Road Plan A gfoup of southern gentlomen I would havo each township or Â¬ N w f at Washington woro discussing tho ganize into a munioipnlity for rod V ftu pany with his fnthor and mother expects Winchester is gotting jeal Â¬ newly olectod senator from Ken Â¬ purposes Then when two thirds i rf and othor mum bora of tho family ous of Mt Sterling because tho lat- Â¬ tucky Judgo William Lindsay ot tho tax paying citizens of a unrotitu lo tho Indian Torritory ter haH struck gas Far from it at tho Metropolitan when somo township should vote to tax them whoro thuy woro to rouitlo in tho wo aro too big for potty jealousies ono faked him if ho were a native solvos for road purposes the stato futuru At night ho wont to tho and have too many elements of of that state ho is a Virgin should at onco furnish an oqiial jzcRestored to liin family Saratoga saloon ou South Maysvillo stability and progress to harbor ian by birth said ex Congrossman amount not to exceed in tho ag JU fWko nay the clouds of life have not a Htroot niil propoHud tou8utfom up any such feelings besides anything Harris Wo lived on adjoining gregate 5 por cent on the assowml Mirer lining Look at little 4 year old to tho crowd if ho could got ir 20 that builds up tho adjoining vil farms in Rockbridge county four sV value of tho taxablo property of 111 Watson His Groter KeynoltlK Lot tho state issue Daniel W Reyuoldn after uiu uiianguu Haying no mm men liago helps Winchester which is miloB from Lexington and played the township ftbcr Ao kWfc His fnthor its bonds at 8 per cont to cover one rfescribing tho littlo sufferers long several places to got it changed the center of this part of tho solar togothor in childhood Finally a frraTel without HUCC088 llo was or pro Â¬ sysiom e tnea it somo years James Lindsay was tho son of half of tho imlobtodneaa tiiHlioHtb illness continues twas iorweu miu wic urcuira ann re tended to bo very drunk He ac- Â¬ ago and borod a holo so deep that Tamos Lindsay Sr who was a its crodit for the township half of WAinca lucre muuuutu uiouu wuimjq lie was cordingly not oni up to tho tuno tho bottom was red hot and smoll Scotchman by birth but whooamo indobtednoss limiting tho aggre- insr and dropsical effusion 25 and produced his 20 ed with brimstone Small pockets to this country early in life Tho gate indebtedness to 200Q00Q0 treated by a council of eminent phy of about sicians They made incisions to let the bill F II HuwkiiiB wIioho of gas was struck but wo mndo grandfather was a loading man in A state tax of not oxcoedinoife- water out ana finally properly advised eaglo oyo soldom lets anything es- Â¬ littlo fuss about it Geologists as- Â¬ his neighborhood and ontortainod fifth of 1 por cont and a ikptAk n oncration but confessed the little was so weak death would likely cape 8aw at a glance that there was sert with much confidence that gas tho most positivo convictions both on township proporty woulUjtflodn Bufferer result I refused and begnn fflvinjr him something wrong with it and asked will never be found in paying quan in religion and politics Ho ad Â¬ liquidate tho bonds K Pv r Fcnner8 Kidney and Uackncho tho bar clerk Wadkins to let him ities either horo or atMt Sterling vocated tho doctrines of the old I have mado careful inquiryaft Cure Hcforo ono bottle had been enutirely taken the stone had become so fnr seo it Closer examination con Â¬ Wo hopo their augurios may provo whig party with greatest tenacity to tho cost of rooband grovolroadji -dissolved by tho remedy that it puKscd firmed his suspicion It was a two false but in the moan time we com- Â¬ and required ofjill under his care and find that tho costi will nottx- out of itself and the child is well and dollar bill raised in a bunglesome mend tho following from tho tho fullest observance of tho doc- Â¬ ceod 2000 pormilo Lot usillus- This shows its power nound to day to their careful and trines of tho Presbyterian church trato Say thp taxable assessed way so that tho largo figures show Â¬ Journal It is equally powin dissolving stone Mt Ster- Â¬ All his family woro whigs oxcopt valuo of a township proporty nh erful for good in all kidney discuses ed U20M Mr Hawkins pocketed prayerful consideration Money returned if satisfaction not the bill and arrested Hayes Ho ling insists that it is perfectly calm his son James the father of the ji i vvvyir r xii v given Take a bottle home to day asked him where he obtained it perfectly collected in spite of tho sonator olect who was a democrat TaOjOOU1- can bo created of Nvlnclif1 For Rale by Hose Jones Hazel Green He said Mrs Sallio Hall had given threatened rush of natural gas to Ho was n man of high standing tho State payB 250tK MllVW w it to him in changing a o0 bill the head It will bo wise for Mt and vory popular Ho marriod Miss township 26000 ThiWilWuliTHE V Mr Hawkins proposed to go and Sterling to stick to that state of Davidson of Kerrs Creek Rock OK mtlnu nf rmiil WINCHESTER BANK seo Mrs Hall and ho and Hayes mind and to nip in tho bud tho brigo county Sho too was of As to justicVantil equty ofthis started Arriving at the gate Hayes incipient boom which somebody Scotch Irish decent and a stanch proposition it willbp remembered WiaUJlHSTKll KY refused to go in saying ho was will bo sure to attempt Mt Ster- Â¬ Prosbytorian The now senator that tho bulk of recent indebted Â¬ Â¬ was brought up on a farm Â¬ ling may havo natural gas in pay guilty of raising the bill and beg IN II WITIIEKSPOOX President but ro ness of tho stto now so near liqui Â¬ It I HUNTKK Cashier ged Hawkins to let him otV as he ing quanitios and hero is hoping coived a good education and whilo dated was contracted by loaning had started to leave tho country sho has But thero is moro dismal very young eoinmoncouV o study the credit stato for building Paid up Cnpitnl 20000000 Tho boy pleaded pitifully and fin- Â¬ wrecks of natural gas booms lying law with Gov Letchor After Com- - railroads of 4hotho lion was subse Â¬ that surplus uuuuuuu ally Mr Hawkins after going back around Kentucky than thero aro ploting his studios ho wont to Ken Â¬ quently roleasod and tho whole Tills 11111 HitlicitH tlio iworiimtq nf ni pr to the saloon and having a talk creamery booms Dissensions be Â¬ tucky mid from there joined tho state including all tho portions fclinnts farmers traders and business men with him agreed to lot him oil At tween the promoters of an ontor confederate army From that timo not immediately benefitted by tho generally throughout Eastern Kentuckv this he grew saucy and said What prise aro usually to bo deplored but until wo mot as Worlds fair com railroads havo uncomplainingly Bund otters its uustonierH every facility and 11 Pl uiuat Il iiucrm ii nutt t uiiiii iiiu nmiit uir right had you to arrest me any Â¬ tho trouble between the claimants missioners at Chicago I had not aided in liquidating the debt uir KrJrgiiiiiiiiic nutting uciioiy how Youre no oilicor Then Mr to Mt Sterlings gas woll may woll soon him llo at onco bocanio tho Can any ono doubt but that with Hawkins thrned him over to Oilicnr give that enterprising city time to loader of tho commission and on such a system of roads tho taxablo Taul and ho was taken to the City get a good grip on itself and brace all questions of law his opinion wealth would in 20 years double Jail Next day Saturday ho was its back against any foolish boom was acceptod without question Ho in valuo St Louis Republic MT STERLING KY Win Â¬ soldom uses adjectives and substi- Â¬ fined for carrying a pistol which when the gas really comes Capital 200000 Surplus 30000 was found in his pocket and waiv- Â¬ chester Democrat tutes law and reason for rhetoric Chawin Up Johnny He will reflect great crodit on tho ed examination on the counterfeit It will bo a gonuino blush of J M BIGSTAFP President A Bruised Flower stato that gavo him birth and do shamo that will mantlo tho cheek chargo under tho state laWj and his G L KMKPATJIICK Vice President W W THOMSON Cashier bond was fixod at 200 his attor- Â¬ B There has just died in Louisville honor to his adoptod state tho of every truo Kentuckian when ho comes to know tho inwardnosa of Col Z T Young going on his a woman tho sweetness of whoso daughter of old Virginia We rcsitectfullv solicit the business of mer ney rocont ovonts in affairs of this naturo thirty years of suffering Ho was immediately ar chants farmers traders and business men bond Cut Away tho Brush at Bonds generally throughout Eastern Kentucky A rested on an U S warrant and on spent on an invalids couch could stato Ho will for tho first timo general banking business done Give us a An oxcollont precaution but ono in tho history of tho proud old Monday had an examining trial not sour n woman whoso lifo of chance to send von a bank book nay vour raroly attended to is tho cutting commonwealth seo its Irighost ex- Â¬ Vheeks and loan vou inonev when in need before U S Commissioner Rogers lingering pain was a benediction r W W Thompson Cash in sending him to From her sick bed emanated an away of brush and wood growth ecutive lower tho dignity of his which resulted jail in default of a bond of 1000 infiuonco for Christian charity along tho road particularly around oflico to vent his personal venom Do Business With a Home Institution Tho rest of tho family wont on their whoso circle will not bo circum- Â¬ tho insido of a sharp turn or bond and Bploon upon thoso whoso names scribed by time In tho happiness in order to onablo ono to seo if any aro doar to all tho peoplo and for way to tho west THE CLAY CITY of others sho found her only on traps aro coming from tlioopposito whom thoy ontortain a regard that Keep Away joymont and in relieving distress direction for in these days of faqt almost amounts to reverence Gov driving whon ovory man imaginos Bucknor came to tho gubernatorial The foolishost trip any man ever her only pleasure took is ono to witness tho inaugur-Â¬ CITY KY Â¬ ho owns a trotter a narrow winding chair CLAY domandod by tho pooplo Flowers sho scattered in tho hosCapital 50000 ation of a president Tho crowds pitals and tho prison cells but road becomos dnncorous unloss His conduct of tho oflico was a FLOYD DAY FRANK II RUSSELL that throng Washington city are llowors were with hor a lono swoot moans aro provided to got out of surpriso of pleasuro to oven his Cashier President and tho prices charged form of expressing hor sympathy tho way of tho old maro as sho friends who had scarcely hoped No Bank in Eastern Kentucky has better tremendous for accommodations will make u with suffering IJrightoning dark tours around tho cornor for so brilliant an administration vaults nor better facilities for keeping your Managed entirely by home people big holo in any mans salary big places and cheering darkoned souls account Brush whon not cut down ovory Ho loft tho oflico admirod and re Â¬ Lwho know you and who are always ready to as tho salary may bo Many ollice ly their bright presence was to hor season onroaches with incrodiblo spected by thoso who had opposed Eneeommodate you 3HSMoiiey to loan on reasonable rates seokers are under tho dolmion that pleasurable pastime But more rapidity and sproads so fast into his oloctionand moro ondoarod than CaU on us they are a stop nearer tho ollico than this sho did and much that tho gutters that if nogloctod it over to his frionds On all sides tk they seek by going to witness tho the world will never havo knowl- Â¬ narrows the roads perceptibly and thoro was nothing hoard but praises DRTuJRICeRALLS inauguration This is all nonsenso edge of Much distress sho reliev- Â¬ tho same thing is truo of woods for an able honest and successful v m for they will simply spend a lot of ed whilo living many hearts mado and grass although in ir lessor de Â¬ administration Gov Brown fol- Â¬ money and bo overlooked in tho happior many souls mado hotter gree thoy also should bo removed lows with an administration that There is no senso in the crowd Tho memory of Miss JonnioCas at least every yoar not however woftilly contrasts Londing him A quiet visit to tho cap seday is an inconso burning on tho by tho following roprohonsiblo pro- Â¬ solf in ovory way to low contomp For the benefit of persons nfllicted with journey rheumatism in nnv of its various forms we any timowhon a porson altar of good deeds and will bo cess which finds groat favor in tho tiblo back biting and slander confidently oiler DR WHITEHALLS itol city at JUIEUMATIU CURE as a prompt and effi can 10 attended to will accomplish porpotuatod in public by tho noble eyes of road masters and farmers showing no ability inio fhschargo lent remedy one that eau be relied upon fur moro than makiim one of a charities sho establishod tho Flow- Â¬ and consists in sending out tho of his oflico oxcopt such as will lit all times In the intlamatory form of the of shouting parti- Â¬ er Mission a band of noblo work Â¬ boy with a yoko of oxon or tho punish his onomies ho attempts to disease relief may be expected in a few vast multitudo hirod man with a team to run u blacken tho namo of Gov Bucknor hours the fever subsiding the pain ceasing sans at an inaugural ceremony ers in tho causo of humanity Rest and swelling diminishing from the begin Take our advico and keep away Cottago for desorving shop girls couplo of furrows up nud down Tho facts will bo known Th6 leo ninj of the treatment Lex Gaz tho Training School for Nurses and tho gutters with a plow thoroby plo of Kontucky will never accept In the treatment of chronic cases in order from tho inauguration to eliminato the constantly accumulating otte tho Jonnio Cussaday Infirmary loosening but not destroying all without inquiry that Gov Buqkner poison from the system the remedy must be this vegetablo growth which is Tho Mason Foard imbroglio can Â¬ which is free to women Noblo then oithor loft to obstruct the has boon untrue and inquiry will persevered in until a healthv action of the show that ho has not beon Then different organs can be established and its not bo settled outside of court monuments ouch and every ono gutters with usoloss ridges or flung thoso who havo attempted to in lia frintion entirely suspended Persons yet not moro noblo than tho mon hlc to rheumatic attacks from auj cause Tho state administration has un- Â¬ out over tho rood to pack down in juro his reputation will meet that uch as error in diet exposure to draft of fortunately fallen into tho position umonts of affection sho builded by Har condemnation thoy so richly do air over heating dampness or change in whoro itcannot possibly agree upon her sweetness and her patience in all sorts of unoqual masses the weather should begin to tako the rem Coving- Â¬ pors servo Frankfort Journal No arbiters oitlnr se Â¬ tho hearts of hor friends ily as soon as first symptoms are noticed anything Outlook in the Mouutains thereby avoiding much distress inconvcnl lected by tho legislature or by tho ton Commonwealth If you aro bilious call at this enet and pain Business interests through tho oflico and got a free sample of Dr commissionorsjcould If you have stiff neck lame hack muscu Sinking Fund uoiM loreot to can it crniO mountains now give promise to a Tho only place lar sorness tender inflamed and swollen give satisfaction lino when speaking of a hoop skirt genoral revival in the early spring Whitehalls anti bilious pills joints you can confidently expect quisk re whoro a conclusion can bo reached By tho way thore is a probability lief bv the use of DR WHITEHALLS Tho alliance store at Paduoah is that will really be conclusivo is in that these abominations will again Thoro is overy indication pointing UlfKUMATJG CURE in tho diroction of a revival of to le closed up The magnitude is no Sold atTHR HKUAln ofliee at 10c a box a court of justice and thore aillict the country after an absenco reason why this should not bo ar- Â¬ of somo thirty yoars The vory trado Not a singlo discouraging of its business is not sufficient to rived at immediately Lotus have montion of a hoop skirt pardon sign dims the bright vista of the justify its continuance The co-Â¬ less of personal sparring and moro us crinoline carrios us back to future and business pooplo every- Â¬ operative stores are rarely suoo ful Thero is very little occasion solid business Tho Muson Fourd boyhood and calls up recollections where aro taking now hope HAZEL GREEN KY Tho season approaching will find for tjiem While the disposition company should bo mnde to settlo Are the only firm In the town which han nt once and tho only way to hove of our earliest experience and ob- Â¬ farmers moro active than for sev Â¬ of man is to accumulate all dollars dles the Justly celebrated servation Wo remember that in it done is to got tho Recounts tho nock o tho woods whoro wo eral years past A now light seems possible the m6rcantile like all straightened out Louisville Post first saw tho light thoro woro many to dawn on thorn they aro at a other kinds of business is opao U i point whore thoy havo begun to re- Â¬ competition and th prios ofgood from the wholesale house of Jerry McQuinn who was in tho poor girls who could not afiord tho alize tho importance of bettor so far as the retail merchant ieoo Eastern Lunatic Asylum for somo luxurjr of a gonuino brought on farming and moro of it and this cerned is always kept down to oojr ft time Hiul who has boon nt homo crinoline mado of steel and a cer- Â¬ means bettor times Whop the h fair profit for the for tho Inst yenr whs tnkon back tain kind of greenbriar was sub Â¬ farmer prospers othor KKplo will isonvilW Hustler PORTSMOUTH OIIIO Strong Tuesday Ho stituted These were worn on Clay City Chron- Â¬ f JfeWkeH you want the REST footwear by Sheriff quarrelsome and this Sundays and it took the balance do something WAXTMiwAt tM icle had become five them a call iMvily Weh we potato on ion ml To stop was taken to protect Ixith him of tho week to pick the jftggura Out HJK IINK JOB IKINTINO Take Tiik IIkkald a year f 100 will iMty the arkt price Jnckson Hustler of their shim Sentinel Democrat I VJkhU AT THIS OFFICE and hie friendi Raised a 2 Bill The Mt Sterling Gas Well A Mt Sterling man hos been toll- Â¬ Elijah HnyoH itgod 10 of Morgan county enmo hoiv Friday in com Â¬ ing tho Itichmond Register that ho uo 1 Â¬ - Courier-- Â¬ - - Lr 1 Traders Deposit Bank National banK I I 1 RHEUMATIC CURE Â¬ Y V 9 Â¬ Rose 5 Jones Â¬ Boots and Shoes Co i CP Tracy retailetw k dfeeo fk 1KjJlJ J Ua Hazel Green t Herald t ICY THE COUNTRYS VOTE An Iniprrcoitcntnl Majority Agitltmt lh ltriiulillrHiiii DIFFERENT STORY The Tln rinto llnr Mako a Cluing A Unite id mi l SlIiNGKIl COOITIt PublUhor HAZEL OUE13N Am OHAPEU OF THE PYX Hhtlnnbtml Hollo of tint ArrhUnotiiri of Kilurnrit tlio OmiTiMitr Ill modern UtiiCR what llttlo la loft of Ihomnjunty of thu plnoo Ih mora jral ously imnliMl from thu Intrusion of tho profnno Visitors to tlio uhhuy Wnst nilimlor nra not mlmlttoil to thu Iyx chnnal which Ih now Inclooil rnroly ononod cxcopt for oflloltil purposon It Ik ltuntol in thu ruHtorn oinlntur nouth of Uio on trance to tbo chapter bonne Tlio uxtromu euro with which It hnn ul wnyn boon protected Ih shown by tho provision of heavy ilouhlo doorn solid und Iron bound These uro opened by lx lurjju UoyH which used to bo kept by thu chancellor of tho exchequer and Iwo other high oflloors of tho state Formerly those functionaries Imd nil to ba present together with their re Â¬ spective ltoy when tho chamber wiw unlocked liven now It Ih no easy mutter to secure u peep ut tho olllctut Interior permission hav Â¬ ing Although to Iki oblutnod called n chapel there Is no truce of Its having been used an Much lth really a vault and no dark that nothing can bo seen without tho aid of candles In one comer are the remains of what homo authorities declare to be tho tomb of Itugollii the confessors chamber Â¬ lain whoso Htrict guardianship of the royal treasure kept even hh royal mas Â¬ ter In awe Ho was tho great proto Â¬ type of the Kuglhh chancellors if the exchequer Tlio early Nnrinnn pillar In tho center of the chamber and some antique features of tho roof illustrate tho claim of this mysterious chamber to bu the one undoubted relle of Ed Â¬ ward thuConfevsorrt architecture The early colim or the Norman period were kept If not also made In the Vyx ehapel The ancient punches used in those by gone centuries for stamping the oohmaro still preserved and until melting recently tho vessel for tho bullion was also kept here It now but been re has moved to the mint Early in the century the place had rather the ap pearance of 1nnbor cell but It is now kept in good older Thousands of man- Â¬ uscripts connected with the abbey were discovered Imbedded in the rubbish with which tho lloor was piled up Thews are now In safe custody The old treaties were cleared out ind ar ranged by Sir IYunols Palgrave father of the pres Mit clerk of the lu uso of commons Some of these are now pre Â¬ served at the record olllcc and others at tho ltrltlsh museum They were formerly littered In thesiuno oak chests and presses as had always contained them the same which Agard warden of the standard in HMO described as being then ancient The pressor now contain nothing but old oschquer tal- Â¬ lies ancient seals and still inno an- Â¬ cient keys Readers utny not ho gen erally awaro that It was the burning of a surplusage of these curious wooden tallies which led to the destruction by lire of the old bouses ot parliament Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CiuwcHk Magaxiuc HEARTS Anil SoiiIm BEAT IN HARMONY the purples into black On the little vtucolud porch of the old house tho two at silent as they had been sitting since the sun had thrown Its first long farewell shadows across the Holds What thoughts wore in their minds no look or motion of theirs betrayed They wow as Hltwil as the stars which one by one began to peep abovi tho dark line of tho hMls Hero and there a erlekot chirped its vesper hymn and In tho old tree be Â¬ yond tho road a roosting fowl at Inter-Â¬ vals crocked contentedly It wtvs a time when hearts may beat in harmony and souls in wordless measiro make music to each other At such an hour peace spreads her gentle wings und all the turmoils of the world to hor shielding breast and sink to sloop Softly thu man put tint his hand and touched his companion on tho arm Tho touch was light but it was enough What is It came the gentle query in response The man moved his chair a little closer Hm ho said can you give mo a chaw of terbackorV And tbo other man in the soft sweet Hash of tho evening time wont down in his pocket for tho plug De Â¬ troit Erco Press An IltntuttrtHiit Iorcr I dont bo sobbed Amy Mttintt Hove that Charllo loves mo at all NonwnHC child What makes you Mfiiiiuci inul Oilier The auiothystno lines of evening tvere growing Into darker purples and In Wiirillo MiihIi lit IClloll say UmlV I heart him tell Mr Hunker that ho really didnt know whether my eycM worn blue or gray 1uck figure of r weeping angel Thompson -l- lecuuso I thought there ought to Iki somebody weeping at her jraveTvxKJ Sifting Why Hi Ainti Wopt Johnston That statue at the tomb of your wlfoH mother h a beautiful work of art Why did you soloot tho Herald Four years ago President Cleve land sent a few minor appointments to the senate wljioh the republican sena tors refused to confirm on tho ground About Mttk will bo Mlt out In siiRwr that they were made after tho presi IhuUm tills your which Ih tiUuiioo Iwh Hum dents defeat Now tho same senators tho iKHinlo uxiUl luwe to pay If tho cutlet re are voting to couilrm a largo number i entered on sujfur of President Harrisons appointments The bount h now over 0000000 although made nearly two months aftei Haw sugar Is free but rellued sugar Is j his overwhelming defeat This is senataxed at half a cent a pound and this torial courtesy or discourtesy accord duty Is a subsidy to the sugar trust ing to the point of view from which amounting to about 10000000 you look at It N Y World To ta rollned sugar and raw sugar The place of California lu the alike at half a cent a pound and repeal presidential election has at last been the sugar bouutv would mako n difference of SiWOOOOOO annually lu the determined As in the case of Ohio tho public revenues and would not increase electoral vote will bo divided one vote being east for one candidate and all the price of sugar to tho consumer tho others going to his rival The sit Â¬ The fact that the sugar trust has uations of the two states dilVer in that free raw mutorlal ami tho further fact the that It has a protective duty of half a east solitary vote in California will he for Harrison and tho other eight eont on Its product aw carefully con for Cleveland while in Ohio the lone cealed by the republican journals which are constantly boasting of a free elector will vote for Cleveland and tin breakfast table It Is well to give the other twenty two for Harrison leveland Plain Dealer whole truth when wo talk about such llettoi things were expected of matters and the truth is that sugar President Harrison oven in doVat con sum era nro taxed SJUOJ000 of which one third goes to American sugar than the revamping of the business planters and two thirds to the sugar scare and the urging of commercial unrest as a reason why iho larlir trust Louisville Courier Journal should bo revised tit once since revised -- It Is natural but not ut all decep- Â¬ it must bo It is a remarkable fact tive for the republican organs to at- - that though protection 1st politicians tribute the -- llnanolal hqtiull t some have been crying botAj to the business thing that ia feared rather than to Interests for yourtho Jmsluess Inter Â¬ something that has been and is felt ests persistently refuse to bo frightAit empty treasury and cheapened ened by hilly noises and Louisville Courier sliver aru thu result of republican rul Jf Y World Journal and cotTce Sugar Is taxed and tho tax and the bounty combined tax the people an- Â¬ nually about WO0lU0 The Kansas City Journal says Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mr MoKinloy remarked some time ago that the McKiulcy bill was doing Its own talking Hut the people didnt seem to take to its style of ora - Memphis Commercial In Colorado Idaho ICuusns and Wyo tory somehow Senator ijuav owns the Pennsyl ming tho democratic vote was all cast vania legislature that is about to as for Weaver and the bulk of it in several other western states went to the semble and it will elect liim to succeed populist candidate Harrison stillcrcd himself no matter who objects That some losses in a similar way in some is republican repentance in tlio lead southern states but the net result if ing republican state of tho union hi the vote wiih closely analyzed would Louis Republic Now it is s id Mr Harrison will bo to very materially swell the pluralnot resume his partnership with At ity of Cleveland If ho hail dis So far as the republican party is con Â¬ toruey ieneral Miller solved tho partnership w hen he entered cerned the majority against it in the country at large is simpy beyond prec on the duties of picsident his adminis trillion edent Im the most part the men actory--Indianapoliswould have been far more satisfSentinel who voted aguinstthe republican party Tho total appropriation by conbut not with the democratic party are in sympathy with the principles and gress last year for the propagation alms of the latter From them as well distribution and Investigation of tUh as from the republicans wasSJti000 Of this appropriation iCi tin democratic party will gain many per cent appears to have been paid recruits during tlio next four years out for tho propagation ami distribu provided its performance shall be what tion of federal olllcc holders Chicago tho people have a riirht to expect Wlsc Herald When Oov MoKinloy appeared economy in the administration of affairs and prudent constructive legisla- on the lloor of the house of representatives at Washington the other dav the tion will tell Detroit Free Iressl reception he received was lu sirikiu THE WHOLE TRUTH contrast to that extended to him last session Then the republican mem IniUH Whloli KtiuihliciuiM Do Not ile la bers gathered about him and sat at ills Tnll The republicans arc constantly boast- feet asut lamaliels drinking In words ing that they have given us a free of wisdom but tho other day his pros breakfast table The only things on a once excited hardly more interest than hruakfast table that are free are tea that of any ex uioinber -- - Chicago Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ stay-at-hom- tion equaled tho estimates which were made beforehand There were tv few in which the vote of both the great parties exceeded that which they respectively east at the election In lbSS and there wore many In which tho democratic vote wnn greater than It then was Tho aggregate vote of all parties exceeded that of four years ago This Increase was not one by uJOUK half as large as that made In lHSti over the vote of 1881 although four more Mutes casting an aggregate of nearly 170000 votes participated In tho election With this vote deducted as it properly should bo in making com parisons tlio Increase In I StlJ over 18SH was barely one third of that In IfcSS over IBS I There Is no doubt that In tho country at large many thousands of votes were lost through the use of the Australian ballot In many of the states for the llrhl time In a presidential year In Michigan tho system is as simple as it can be made and at tho same time preserve Its essential features It is probable that there was not a single precinct in this state having any con Â¬ siderable number of votes In which from one to twenty ballots were not lost bv the failure of the voter to In any way iudlcato his preferences or be Â¬ cause of some other fatal defect The uggiegato In the slate reaches into the thousands It is probable that In states where the system Is more com plicated the losses in tills manner were greater relatively than they were lu Michigan There Is no means of ascertaining how uiaiiv votes were thus thrown away In ail of the states but It Is possible tho mrnhcr may have reached a quartur of a million Even with this allowance the In Â¬ crease Is far short of what was nat Â¬ urally expected The prime cause of tho shortage was undoubtedly the want of conlldeuco of a largo number of republicans in MclCluleyisiiw They could not bring themselves to the point of voting against their party but l hey were eutirelv willing that it should stand or fall without ticlr aid In many localities the iiulilVoroneo of republicans uirected their democratic neighbors and the absence of brass bauds from ttie campaign atVeeted the sluggish of both parties but the democratic vote in many of the states shows tho healthy and positive growth in tariff reform sentiment which lias been made during the past four years The plurality of Cleveland over Harrison is not really represented by the o0170 which is the diiVorencu shown by the totals of their apparent vote Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tlio vote cast at xhe proHldontIal elec Â¬ since the election There was scarcely a statu In which Tho tin plate liar has changed hh Ho lie no longer mvvs that he Is making tin plate in larger quantities and as cheaply tin It can bo produced In Wales Ho says that the tin plate clause in thu MoKinloy tarllV was u contract between tho govern ment and private persons which runs till tlio year 1307 Under this supposed M0 contract thu MoKinloy tax of cents per pound amounting to say IV 000000 per annum Is to continue front July I 1MU till October I 1S07 that Is tdx years and throe months lu or der to see whether during uny single year of that time there will bo pro duced lu this country one third as much tin plate as shall have been imported during any single year The amount of tax tube paid on tin plate during the Interval either to the gov ernment or to the manufacturers or both will lie at least l00000 or about the sum that is required to build the Nicaragua canal ami lu about too same time the This ar Â¬ rangement Is in tho nature of a bet where only one party pays The tin plate men bet 01000000 of other peoples money that they will produce u certain amount of tin plate before 1807 If they do not they lose nothing because lu the Interval they will be re- Â¬ ceiving u bonus of J 1M0 cents per pound on all they make If they do they will have the strongest possible claim to be called an Infant industry ami to have tho tax continued for one or two hundred years more If the government has made many contracts of this kind It ought to go into volun- Â¬ tary liquidation under a receivership Hut it has made no such contract Certain private persons wont to Wash ington and combined with others of like mind to llecce the American people They found MoKinloy and Harri- Â¬ son ready to turn their desires into law Thov have had about two years of good fun plucking the public and now when MoKinloy and Harrison have been knocked into a cocked hat for allowing themselves to ho so duped the tin plate men who helped powerful Iv to cause all this mischief have tliejlm pudenoe to say that their part of it was in the nature of a contract The irate Frenchman who wanted to In paid for heating a red hot poker which lie en deavored to thrust through the passers by was the tin plate contractor of his Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Pay the Price of thJ Royal for Royal only Actual tests show the Royal Baking Powder to be 27 per cent stronger than any other brand on the market If an- Â¬ other baking powder is forced upon you by the grocer see that you are charged the correspondingly lower price Those baking powders sold with a gift or advertised or sold at half the cost of Royal arc invariably made from alum and arc dangerous to health liowtooltnlnfrueuoopyof The Royal linker and Pastry lag iw Kvery can f Koynl linking Powder coatnlas a ticket giving direction Cook contain nf tho best and most practical cooking receipts published fact that a slunk will not hi to a Self HWliuiicr whoso Ions are la motion you can keep kicking lonjter Hum the shark And can keep waiting yoitio all right dont j on torgot it or us who gave you the tip My dear did you until Mm llAtT rox mv excuses to that odious Mis Im vena as No my dar I asked ou Mi Haiit toa ling 1 iiiii Parvenu on tlio street ami gave liltu Uiolioitirect liallliaoro American Iris a Tm Suiuwt Way to Uiiino Osba addressed a nusslonuiu love otter toulft adding posteript Jleiso to send uypen answer soiucnody else lu tuy 0YCiTi liltu M hut if taken from a demijohn a fall ONI r swallow does not mako a son lb may kid Hostou Courier Â¬ 9 Cleveland This is riiht It is proper tliajfl president oi tne KepuiMic shotilull asked to lake a conspicuous phcS the opening of such 1 tremendous fair as this will bt 1 A great many people will aitentiar they will come home with soietlirrj and lungs trom the Lisping lake wIiB We desiie to impi ess upon then now that they ought to Ivai in ifm that the only cough leniedy thatjil speciiic for all throat tioubtabRijjS Kidney Cure German Cough This great remedy is particulff calculated for people who have a coi stitntionil predisposition to take Ho throat It is the best thing-- in the worldj nil maladies that attack either Jl throat or lungs All druggists keep it The small bottles are twenty fh cents the line ones are llftv cents SYLVAN RhVihDY CO lVotia I Â¬ men who have noticed a luiniy tiling about Aeiiilicic uai in have been lalicn In HuclUo- u- They in o UMidly very ill Truth much put out A iMvimt or Po-UTio- Huckton- - Grover Cleveland is to speik at the World s hut ne invfe Htiunrv Ccsors or Wumiikii cause Throat Diseases Thetels no iiioio clTeel uidreiiieiiv for Coughs Colds etc than Sohl only in Muowss ItitoNCiuviTitociias Inui PruoJJot3 Tul hou over feel voursolf getting conceited Just reiiieinnertliil tho best people aro Â¬ all dcad iil DoxM Neglect a Cough Take some Halos llonoyof Ilorelioiiiul and Tar sttvitrr Pllos Toothache Drops Cm o in one minute Â¬ bakers 11 Tin roll call is frequently hoard Haltluiore American -- at tho period N Y Post POINTED PARAGRAPHS tof Â¬ A DWUltlJAXUR what you want if your stom isnt ach and iKiueW aio irivgulur Thats nliout all you get though with tho ordinary pill It may ro licv you fur tho moment but youre usiudly in 11 woro state af ter w aid than lief ore Â¬ Â¬ j I 4 Â¬ ri 1 This is lust where Dr VlereoB Pleasant Pellets do most good They act in an eay und nuturul win very dilTcrcnt troni tho huge old fashioned pills Theyre not tnlv plcusiinter hut theres no iv mtlon aftervMiid and their help Itt f One little Migur conted nclkt for a gentle laxatio or cxinvctive throe lor a cathartic Constipation Indigestion Itllious Attacks DiKhutts Sid und Bilious Head ndics aro promptly relieved and t VKi lined Theyre tho smallest the easiest to take and the ricoprsf pill you can buy lor theyre lunranttvtt to gio satisfaction or your money is returned You iuy only for tho yood you got gL wuli IuMtM rminoK nml Pnlnti wl ti Umiminln Injure il t In iinnri liurm n rim KiKinit Mm smut li mill 11 niiUCKio no in lum Dnriitilo nml ilmeniKiinier piyi orchif fi imiliinii wltu evury iiiuIiim no rim rf nrrFrjFn il fr u Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WORTH READING Mr F J Chenuy Â¬ til Â¬ Sterling 1 Ky Feb i 1889 Co Toledo O Â¬ Gentlemen desire to make a brief I statement for the benefit of the suffering had been affliclcd with catarrh of the head throat and nose and perhaps for fully twenty five years the bladder Having tried 1 other remedies without success by an advertisement in the to try Halls Catarrh Cure was led -- Sentinel-Democr- at s I have just I finished my fourth am right bottle 1 and believe I Â¬ when I I say am thoroughly re- Â¬ -C- stored dont believe there Respectfully is a trace of the disease left WM BRIDGES Merchant Tailor SOLD BY DRUGGISTS 75 cents Â¬ ridiculous-jaok-o-lautcru- s -- W 1 w if rich plumes anil wnrnllng voices cantatas ami 10 fllos duets quartets In lu l M II full nf litoita till w JMt JUIllN nil seasons and prophets and patn- ivhs and apostles ami evangelists ami imt himself employ tliem for moral My text Is an hi religious purposes tract from tho hormon on tho mount nil perhaps It was at a moment when a icU of birds new pasi mat jurist his hand toward them and said And so ohold tho fowls of tho air this eourso of pennons on God rervwhero I preneh to you the third noon concerning the ornithology of n Hililo or God among tho birds t it the other sciences vou mav lidvoruot study as you please lso mrown judgment exercise your own ste Hut about this science of ornl- ohgv we luivo no optiont The 01- 11 li tVOiOiniuauit is posuivu wm n ii hiij t lio fowls of tho tet He hold PI That is study their habits En- Lihie their colors Notice their speed t tlie h uid of God in their construe- It is easy for me to obey the in mmaud of tho text for I was brought wltiiung tho race of wings and from Ahood hoard their matins at sunrise jail their vespers at sunset Thuir nests ijvvculeh to me a faselnation and my lisfaelion is that I never robbed one tthem any moro than 1 would tal a child from a cradle for a bin i child of tho sky and its nest is tho c 1 4 Will It earth of theso eroaturcs before Adam everlasting Hat Imtl your wind Mows Jeremiah Hoee andKvo worocrcntctl house on a volcanos crater go to sleep Halvakkuk at times in their wrltlf Tlio remains of theso binls havo boon on tho bosom of an avalsnche The take their pen from eajflea wing found imbedded in tho rocks Tho skel Â¬ volcano will blaxo and tho avalanche It Is a bird with flcrcene la iU eye its lutiftal Varloty of Blrdu la Pal eton of ono caglo lias been found twon will thunder Thorooare estates which feet armed with claws of iron and Its ostlno ty foot In holght and fifty foot from tip havo been coming together from ago to head with u dreadful Weak Two or of wing to tip of wing Mnny nrmlos age Many years ngo that estate three of thorn can fill the heavensdwlth Hut generally this monster Vt to C7onhlcr tho Hints of beaks and olnwn woro necessary to ntnrtcd lu a husbands industry and a clangor iOotMftntt clear tho oarth of creatures that would wlfos economy Loal IHf urHllin m urn iiim It grow from genera- of tho ulr is alono and unaccompanied havo destroyed tho human raco with tion to generation by good habits and for tho rcsou that Its habits are ho pre lire RVy Senium by Itnr T I Witt Talmace ono clip 1 llko to Hnd this harmony high minded enterprise Old fashioned daocous it requires five or ton miles of of ruvoiatkm and science and tc industry was tho mino from which that aerial or earthly dominion all for itself nr Taitnago Sunday morning dls- - liavo demonstrated that tho God who gold was dug and God will keep tho Tlio black brown of Its buck and tho Lurftcd on tho Ornithology of tho uiado tho world made tho Hible deeds of such an estate in his buckler whllo of its lower feathers and tlio llro Tho Ebto or God Among the Ittrds Moses tho grvntost lawierof all time l orceloso your mortgage spring your of its eye nnd tho lorig llap of Its wing lit was Matthew vi 20 Hohold tho and a great man for facts had enough snap judgments plot with acutcst In- make ono gllmpsu of it as it swings LvlB of tho alrl sontluieit and poetry and musical taste trigue against u family property llko down in tho valley to pick up a rabbit Tlicro Is Huonco now in all our Jnnu to welcome tho illuminated wings and that and you can not do it u permanent or a lamb or a child and then swings v forests except as tho winds wltlstlo tho voices divinely drilled Into the Irst damage Hotter than warrantee deed back to its thronn on tho rook some rough tho baro brunches Our north chnpter of Genesis How should Noah and better than ilro Insurance is tho thing never to bo forgotten tho old ship carpenter U00 years of age defense which Gods own hand will glvo woods nro dosortod concert halls Scattered about Its c ync of altltudin ous solitude nro tho bonus of its con llte organ lofts in tho totnplo of nn- - find out when tho world was lit again it re nro hymnloss Trees which wens for human residence after the universal Hut hero is a man loslay as poor as quests Hut whllo tho beak and tho 111 of cnrrol mid chirp and chant are freshet A bird will tell and nothing Job after ho was robbed by Satan of olaws of the eagle aro the terror of all fcw waiting for tho coming back of elso can everything but his bolls yet suddenly tho travelers of tho nlr the mother ONITHOLOGY fKRSONAU AND MTHRAfT ll II te Ill Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ fi Â¬ No man can como down from tho to mbrrow ho is u rich man There Is caglu Is most kind and gentle to her mountain to invite Noah and his family no accounting for his sudden aniueuce young God compares his treatment of out to terra liriua for the mountains Ho lias not yet failed often enough to his people to tho eagles euro of tho were submerged As a bird first her-Â¬ become wealthy No one pretends to eaglets As Deuteronomy xxxll tt alded tho human raco into the world account for his princely wardrobe or an eagle atirreth up her nest lluttoroth now a bird will help tho human race tho chased silver or the full curbed over her young spreading abroad her back to the world that had shipped a steeds that rear and neigh like Hucopha wings taketh them beneath them on sea that whelmed everything Noah Ins in tho grasp of his coachman Did her wings so tho Lord alone did lead stands on Sunday morning at tho win ho come to a sudden Inheritance Thu old eagle llrst shoves thoyoungono dow of tho ark in his hand a cooing No Did ho mako a fortune on out of the nest In order to make it tlv dove so gentle so Innocent so allectlon bargain Ev Â¬ and then takes it on Iter back and tiles No sale and ate and he said Now my little dove erybody nsks Where did that part Â¬ with it and shakes It oil In tho air und lly away over these waters explore and ridge batch Tho devil suddenly throw if it eeeins like falling quickly llles un Â¬ como back and tell us whether It Is safe him up and the devil will suddenly let der It and takes It on her wing again to land So God does with us After a long Might it returned him come down That hidden scheme Disaster fail- Â¬ bein business disappointment hungry and weary and wet and by its God saw from thell rst conception of the ure looks and manuors said to Noah and his plot partridge swift disaster reavement Is only Gods way of shak Â¬ That family The world is not lit for you to will shoot It down and tho higher it ing us out of our comfortable nest In disembark Nouh waited a week and Hies the harder It falK Tho prophet order that wo may learn how to lly Yon next Sunday morning he let the dove lly saw as you and I have seen the awful who are complaining that you have no again for a second exploration and mistake of partridges faith or courage or Lhristtan zeal have Sunday evening it came back with a Hut from thu top of a lllblo llr tree I had it too easy You never will learn leaf that had the sign of just having hear the shrill cry of tho stork Job to lly in that comfortable nest Like been plucked from a living fruit tree Kzeklel Jeremiah speak of it David an eagle Christ has carried us on His and the bird reported the world would cries out As for the stork the llr tree back At times wu havo been shaken do tolerably well for a bird to live in Is her house This large white Hilda off und when wo were about to fall lie but not yet sulllelently recovered for lilrd is supposed without alighting camu under us again and brought us human residence Noah waited an Â¬ sometimes to wing its way from tho re- Â¬ out of thu gloomy valley to thu sunny other week and next Sunday morning gion of the Khlno to Africa As winter mountain Never an eaglu brooded he sent out thu dove on the third ex- Â¬ comes on all thu xtorks lly to warmer with such love and cans over her young ploration and it returned not for it climes and tho last ono of their number as Gods wings havo been over us in a book It Is further stated that an found the world so attractive now It that arrives at tho spot to which they Across what oceans of trouble we have Kngllsh house had made a great effort did not want to be caged again and migrate is killed by them What havoc gono In safety upon tho Almighty to the same cud and Issued proof then the emigrants from thu It would make in our species If those wings From what mountains of sin ulieets to tho universities with nn oftur world landed It was a bird that men were killed who nro always bo we liuvo been carried and at times have of tlfly pounds if any error was dls told them when to take possession of hind In oriental cities thu stork Is do- Â¬ been borno up far above thu gunshot of rovcrcd In them but In splto of this Kdlc the resuscitated planet So the human mesticated and walks about on thu tho world and tho arrow of tho devil precaution several blunders remained In When our tlmo on earth Is closed on undetected till tlio work Issued from riiev aro almost human for they race was saved by a birds wing for at- Â¬ street and will follow Its keeper tb their loves and nates uiuniiics tempting to land too soon they would the city of Kphesus I saw a long row of these great wings of God wo shall tho press The publishers of Herbert Spon Â¬ III antipathies umlerstand joy and have perishod pillars on the top of each pillar was a speed with Infinite quickness from Aye hero comes a whole ilock of storks nest iuf liave conjugal ami inaiernai in- earths mountains to Heavens hlllsnnd sors works havo made publlo tho fig Â¬ stock- toot wago wars ami oulertatn jea t doves rook - doves rlnir doves ordinarily as from tho eagles circuit under the ures of the total sales of the philoso Hut tho word stork IT and they make Isaiah think of means mercy and affection from tho sun men on tho ground seem small and phers works to date Tho gross have a language of their cs Thaulc God great revivals and great awakenings fact that this bird was distinguished Insignificant as lizards on a rock so all from all his works published fbirds and skies full of them It is when souls lly for shelter liko a Hock for Its great love to Its parents It earthly things shall dwindle Into a luring the past forty years aro JM0000 less to expect to understand the of pigeons swooping to the openings of never forsakes them and oven after speck and tho ranging river of death in average of about l7ril a year for liGlo unless we study natural history Who they become feeble protects and pro- Â¬ so far beneath will suom smooth and his lifes work a pigeon coop and ho cries out First Principles has So hundred and ninety three times arc thcsu that lly as doves to their win Â¬ vides for them In migrating thu old glassy as a Swiss lake realized JWl0 Principles of Hlology David with Saul after him storks lean their necks on the young Irlneples of Psychology XT m tlie Uiiiio annuo to mo laous ot dows It was thought In ancient times that Uill linral history and I do not wonder and flying from cavern to cavern com storks and when tho old ones glvo out on caglo could not only moult its own lir Principles of Sociology JCVJ85 il it makes so many allusions ortiitu- - pares himself to a desert partridge a thu young ones carry them on their feathers in old age but that after ar-Â¬ Principles of lUhles JSIO Tlio The skies and the caverns of bird which especially haunts rocky back God forbid that a young stork riving at great age It would renew Its imaller books have run through many licstinn are friendly to the winged places and boys and hunters to this day should havo more heart than we strength and become entirely young dlttons but tho price is so low that the profits are very small It is worth tares and so many fly and take after It with sticks for tho par Â¬ Hlessed Is that tablu at which an old again To this Isaiah alludes when ho snys noting that a translation of thu Thou t and nest anil hatch lu that tridge runs rather than Hies David father and mother sit Hlessed that on that inspired writers do chased and clubbed and harried of pur-Â¬ altar at which an old father and moth They that wait on the Lord shall re wind and Ono Nights brought to its I am hunted as a partridge er kneel What it is to havo u mother now their strength thoy shall mount ato author a not profit of JitHU0 have far to iro to iret or- - suers says Speaking of his they know best who havo lost her Iiololcal illustration of illvlno on tho mountaus up with wings of eagles Kven so tho HUMOROUS I am like God only knows the agony she suf- Â¬ Christian in old ago will renew Ids lili There are over forty species of forlorn condition ho says De- Â¬ fered for us the times she wept over spiritual strength wu a pelican of the wilderness Ho shall be young mrecognicu in uiOMoripuiros Lovo uovur has to bo wntohed to am our cradle and tho anxious sighs her In ardor and enthusiasm for Christ t a variety of wings in Palestine scribing his loneliness he says oo that it dous a full days work He bosom heaved as we lay upon it tho and as tho body falls tho soul will a swallow alone on a housetop Mtdovc the robin tho eagle thu cor Hams Horn rant or plunging bird hurling Itself ekiah in the emaciation of his sickness sick nights when she watched us long grow In elasticity till at death It will If you hail discovered Teacher Si the sky to wave and with long compares himself to a crane thin after every one was tired out but God spring up like a gladdened child into America instead of Columbus what V clutching Yea In this orniits prey tho thrush and wasted Jolt had so much trouble and herself Her life blood beats li tlio bosom of Jod Chicago Hoy tfcli especially dislikes u crowd the ho could not sleep nights and he de- Â¬ our hearts and her imago lives in our thological study seo that Job says would vou havo done Opened n real estato office I am Is graceless as a canni Â¬ face That man drhlgo the hawk bold and ruthless scribed his insomnia by saying Ills days lly as an caglo that hastuth Hallo Vanderloln some of your Isaiah com Â¬ bal who ill treats Ills parents and ho to its prey Tho speed of a hungry on crlng head to windward while a companion to owls Yes ticking for prey the swan at home pares the desolation of banished Israel who begrudges them dally broad and gle when It saw its prey a score of miles people coming in on this train Sls uig tho marshes and with feet so to an owl and bittern and cormorant clothes them but shabbily may God distant was unimaginable It went Im expecting n sister of mine ft I Truth wriirtcii tt can wane on tne leaves among a citys ruins Jeremiah de Â¬ have patience with him I can not I like a thunderbolt for speed and power tor eh Uy birth or iv fit mi Mistress dont want those men scribing the cruelty of parents toward heard a man onco suy I now havo my So lly our days Sixty minutes each JAyater plants tho raven tho lap Yo storks worth a heaven since wu assembled in down stairs Hrldgot old mother on my hands HridgnU If tie- - children compares them to tho ostrich is aim in ue tunic auccd as inedible though it has ex- - who leaves its eegs in tho sand unearcd on your way with food to your aged this place havo shot liko lightning iptc youre Jealous maam I cant help IU I eternity aint going to Invito them up stairs Tho daughter of my peo parents shame him igrdiiuiry head dross tho stork the for crying -- Town Topics Hut yonder in this lllblo sky llles a Is becoming liko the ostriches of the Mfrnge that always has a habit of ple Two Icon Worth Hamllng Tho prophet de- Â¬ Among tho provisions bird that Is speckled How did yon como to ac Â¬ piping on a stono the turtle It has wilderness Clara Hero nro two lessons from the antiMine I tol and so killing it for food and on piled on Solomons bountiful tablu the scribing tho church cries out cept Mr Saphead Dora hud to The hetllage Is unto mo as a speckled bird podesboth worth heeding A woman Go proposed to me in u boat when out fatted fowl occasion mistook the bald head of Hlhlo speaks of suffrage bill has passed tho New Zea rowing ami ho got so ehylus the Greek poet for a white Israelites in the desert got tired of man Â¬ the birds round about arc against her agitated I was It kill they had quails- - quails for So It was then so it is now Holiness land hoUHU of representatives and on afraid wed upset na and wound dropped a turtle upon Hare Hits a recent Sunday the Presbyterians ftlie famous Greek tho cuckoo with breakfast quails for dinner quails for picked at Usefulness picked at A Congrcgatlnualists Tanks What led you to suspect Salvation Army speckled bird is a peculiar bin ono tod head and crimson throat and supper and they died of quails last night that I had been drinking and church of England adherents The lllblo refers to the migratory that arouses thu antipathy of all tho post In one I cant Imagine unless possi Â¬ Jfs bnow tipped but too lay to church ami enjoyed an Im Mrs T Tho beaks of tho forest Tho Church of God met and says its own nest and so have tho hub habits of tho birds bly It was tlio fact that you were Is pressive address on the text depositing its eggs in nests belong stork knoweth her appointed time and is a peculiar institution and that is your Master even Christ and One yo drunk Hrookly n Life all Â¬ enough to evoke attack of tho world 0 to other birds tho blue jay tho the turtle and tho crane and tho swalWhat do you call your husband This was not a snerV or It Is a speckled bird to bo picked at aro brethren c tho plover thr magpie tho low tho time of tholr going but my asked Jennie of her had judgments of the The Inconsistencies of Christians aru a lege but a sacrament Tho earth did just married Mr Old friend whoPlum people know not tho Usher tho pelican which is theciir Codger not yawn and swallow them up on Would tho prophet illustrato banquet on which multitudes get fat ro of all tho feathered creation Lord situ replied What In tho They ascribe everything you do to the contrary tho whltedovo fluttered pudding you call htm jnvl the goldllnch tho bittern tho tho fato of fraud ho points to a failure world do Oh that for down with peace and healing on itn jjcr tho bulbul the osprey tho at incubation and says Asa partridge wrong motives Int a dollar in tho wlugs Just because lies so rich Pittsburgh Hiiro the king of scavengers with sltteth on eggs and hatchoth them not poor box and they will say that ho Dispatch if covered with repulsive down In- - so he that gottcth riches and not by dropped it there only that lio might The living truths of Jod afflrun The proportion the world over of Wof attractive feathers the quar right shall leave them in tho midst of hear it ring I invito them to Christ tho Jnterlor can no more bo routed tho birth of female babhs to that of and they will call you a fanatic Lot from His word by Investigation than flna starling tho swallow Hying a his days and at his end shall bo a fool male is as one hundred to nlnoly bo contention among Christians a minute and sometimes ten hours Tho partridge tho most earelesn of all there living and vital sunshine can lw Provldenco ought to bo tho best judge and thoy will say Hurrah tho church chased air ccesslon the heron the quail tho birds in choice of Its place of nest from a room through open win of what kind of btblos there should bo f Christ intended that building it on tho ground and often is in decadence ch the ostrich the lark the crow dows by working a fan or a pair of bel- Possibly when boy babies grow up to and near a frequented road or in a slight His church should always remain a lows Tho enemies of tho lllblo aro bo less troublesome young men ltc iho bat tho blackbird tho depression of ground without reference speckled bird Let birds of another those who euro more for its binding proportion will bo changed W others with all colors all sound Louis - to safety and soon a hoof or u scytho feather pick at her but thOv can not yiesof night all habits all archlthan for Its contents whose par vlllu Courier Journal rob tier of a single plume Like the al- Â¬ lor tables rather than those aru RUro of nests leaving nothing want or a cart wheel ends all liven adorned Our sympathies go out to tho Â¬ So says the prophet u man who gath batross she can sleep on the bosom of a by Its presence f Miggcstlvouoss who ten minutes after being Rwy were at the creation placed all ers under him dishonest dollars will tempest slicked up for church eamo In so Shu has gono through tho fires of peace no satisfacBHlon tho rocks and In tho trees hatch out of them no Tho ancient name of Paris wan What Nebuchadnezzars furnnco and not got Lutotlo which means mudtown bo black and dirty as to bring down rot w tho ground to souorndd Adam s tion no happiness no security Tho quickest way to burned through tho waters of the Hod otuHP when the Romans first found it proof upon hltuself M0h I know They took tholr places on vivid similitude mamma ho explained Our Sunday J as tho first man was made on amass a fortune is by iniquity but tho sea ami not been drowned through tlio the houses of the city wcru built of lu Kvcry hour shipwreck on tho breakers of Mellta mud What n change in tho lapse of school teacher tulls us the Hible says Pdny Whatever elso ho had or did trouble is about keeping were nil Nvo ho should have music Tho of overy dny somo such partrldgo is and not been foundered Lot all earth time Paris tho beautiful onco mud playi It made of dint and when IÂ¬ Just coined ontl Hoston Tran on tho nest Panics aro tho only und hell try to hunt down this speckled town Evolution is certainly true is ound that struck tho human ear driven script scoripand In- Â¬ It Is too tedious bird but far above human flutter of partridges blnls voh architecture however it may be in theHrlde after the return from the Christian treoloirv for you know work to become rich in the old fash- Â¬ fernal assault it shall sing over every ology I see by this medienl bridal tour If a man can by ono mountain top and lly over every nation Jh a Christian geology as wall as ioned way and A writer in the Interior suggests work that a man requires eight nonrs The as oy ion yearn and her triumphant ongnhatlbu uoi geology riunm geology t fnlsohood innKo RSinucn Tho pillar and ground Urn transformation of the older mem- Â¬ sleep nnd n woman ten Drhlsyioom In and helps tho Mblosahnw what of hanl labor why not toll It and if one Church of God Ytw Ive rend that somewhere my -of tho truth Tho gates of hell wliull bers of tho church and eongretatlou ln m to the bird civatlou iloforo tlio couniarieuouccK ton senior Christian endeavor soeiety self Hrkls ilow hU Ye n tamo why not not prevail against her raco iiuno into this world tho as oasily an a genuine Hut wo Can not stop here From a after the pattern of the yonng peophV up every mornlnf nnd knve the ire year s irtmci wiu oo equai One whm occupied by reptiles and by niakolt Why wot tall cliff habglng over tlm sea I hear organisation It might made and the Wskmt mdy Hfor s of de Ntruct Ivo monsters mil- - to uau a uiu wmw wv it t time foe me tt fei nsM Kw Yek if WllV UOt llVB HOlcly Uy one WIM7 tho eagle calllHg nut the tempest antf wake up and adjust to ttsefnlneM tw Innllun nnl hlil amnlM aa Us Idlers In tn vim yard u mm anu lifting lU wHg to twlu the whirl God seta luffo birds to clear the A fortune thus built win Â¬ i Â¬ auti-dilu-via- Dryden married Tj4j KHmWUi Howard a shrew of marked tMttty HHe complained that He showed w attention and wished herself a took btasv that alio might enjoy more Wiy oloty nViU yourself an aim wary dear then I could change y year When Carlyle wont to alt to 3Uv John Millalrt for his portrait in MUlftUV grand now house ho turned on the stairway to ask Has paint done all this Mr Millnts nnd getting n smll lngansworlu tho affirmative remarked Ah well it shows what a mtmuor ol fools there nro in tho world Hx Judgo Noah Davis of Now York lias said of the proposition to ox tend the rights of suffrage to women in that states Thora Is a lovo of Justice virtue and honor nnd u discriminating Intelligence in women that will force corruption out of polities and mako men better purer and more lit to tako part in tho management of publlo af- Â¬ fairs Tho day after Hluek Friday Mr Goulds old partner Henry N Smith shaking his linger in Mr Goulds face shouted Ill live to seo tho day sir when you have to earn iv living by goÂ¬ ing around this street with u baud organ and tt monkey Maybo you will Henry may bo you will was the soothing response and when I nnt monkey Henry Ill send for yon Sir YVilllum Don was tho tnllost ofllcer In tho English nriuy When qunrtorod lu Nottingham once ho was met by two mechanics ono of whom thus addressed him Sir William mo and my mate as got a bet of u quart of ilu about yer and wo wants to know your Ight and Sir William made an- My height Is six feet seven wor ind yours is the height of impudence It Is said that a Spanish firm of publishers onco produced u work in which one letter only got misplaced through accident and this is believed to have been tho neareiit approach to perfection that has over been attained hr K i u Â¬ T own-4-dnve- s ro--olp- ts Â¬ Â¬ 1 -- 1 tt 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i E Â¬ Â¬ live-year-o- ld Â¬ I i 1 Â¬ tM I rt I - I W I tj2zZ3 -- C V 1- - in lliBTXBBfe mrm Edlter I that Very thing has boon and is Wnltor ttoono of Mt Sterling PENOER COOPER being douo all tho while Doattyville Harlan mountain counties good roads and was in our Dimity of wook midst last in a docmlo from now not one of LoitKNA thorn will draw n cent from tho Give tho was in our midst last week stato treasury MORGAN COUNTY NEWS HvaIUvI citizens aro negotiating with a view to drilling for gas and oil in our town and John M Rose has kindly consented to furnish both KY HAZEL GREEN tho ongino and tho fuel Cortainly Fob 24 1803 wo have as good a right to expect F hi day gas horo as anywhere in the stato Thobr who rontl our first pnpor and should we get itwoMl he in the Wodnosilny March 4 1885 will rummnbor that wo ihon Htntod rinr viowfl with rugnrd to tho coin Â¬ ing ndininHtrution of GrovorClovc Innd who wiih on that dny first innugurntod president and pictur- Â¬ ed him afl tho president of tho poo plo How woll wo told hiH future is u matter now of history Within ton days ho will again havo boon installed to tho high oilicu ho ho Vol tilled formerly and the indi- Â¬ cations now aro that ho will ho tho Hinno non partisan ns in tho pant at all times striving for tho inter Â¬ est of tho people Tho first ntop taken in thin direction in tho ap Â¬ pointment of Judge Walter Q Groshinn an secretary of state and Col G J Uronston in tho Lexing- Â¬ ton Press so clearly defines the policy of Mr Cleveland that we herewith produce what ho says which follows iHHUod oBti n o o Sqmk of our more enterprising Ezol Evoiutlona pn g w 6 LADIESICLOAKSAT COST KOSE JONES sj swim o o o Which is tho better policy For 4ho stato year in and year out to pay tho pauper counties a given sum for their support or double that amount and build them good roads and in ten years cut otV this Plainly the annual expenditure question answers itself The coun Â¬ ties thus treated would bo solf- - surporting D O A Whkn a shrewd business man finds that he is losing money by pursuing a certain policy he makes a change in his systems The state of Kentucky annually pays to the pauper counties a sum which properly managed would in the course of ten or twenty years at tho least macadamize every public thoroughfare and render them self sustaining Admit that it would be an expense to the state Look at the saving in the end Let any clear minded business man figure the sum annually paid out to tho pauper counties and see how much turnpike it would build and he will be astonished at the result Thon the slate would see tho wis dom of our policy and taxation bo lessened 120 to 80 o o Mr Cleveland Is tlio greatest mini 1 avo over mot and lita appointment of Jresliiun In nn oviileneo of that groat DCH- In tlio nelmion of urivslnim Mr Uluvoluml lias given the lirnt Hubrttnntiiil recognition to tho farmer which that clnsH hart over received Tho most op proMuil people la tho country for yearn Iuih heon tho farmer and thousands of thorn have become dksatitdlcd with both the old pn rtien and havo alllliated with the farmers alliance and tho peoples party hecauw they no longer had con fidence in tho old parties No man in ho country holds the respect and eon lidence of the furmeis as does lodge iresham and if he had accepted the nomination on the peopled party ticket ho would havo rtceived thousands of votes all over the country that remained in tho ranks of tho two old parties In selecting Judge Ciicsham for a cabinet place Mr Cleveland appeals to the farmer Jly calling into tho nations conn Hols n man in whom they havo perfect u mlldenco Mr Cleveland shows to the farmers that theyare to bo con idered in tho coming administration Mr Cleveland has a great and dilUcuit work before him and he is determined to call to his assistance the ablest available timber he eau lay his hands on and he is so big that ho is on a plane from which he can look down on tho whole country and pick his lieutenants without being con trolled by a narrow partisan spirit lie intends that his administration shall be a government of the whole people and in choosing Gresham for secretary of i tnto I bellevo ho has made a master Ktroke a stmko that will at once com Â¬ mand tho con lidence of a very largo ami discontented element in tho wisdom of the policy which tho democratic party may pursue and will very materially htrongthen tho democratic party with tho people Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ state And still our people go west On Monday twenty six persons left this vicinity for Missouri and Illinois Wo havo not tho names of all but among them were Samuel E Uayes and family Simeon Lawsou and family James Montgomery and wife lC oh mini Mannin and family Granville Hayes and wife and some young men from the country And still there aro more to follow soon Wo notice in tho Mt Sterling Sentinel Democrat of last week that tho Louisville and Nashville was assessed 116097 in Warren county for school tax Suppose wo had a railroad through Morgan county aside from all other advan Â¬ tages the source of revenue only would be of great benoflt to our people in building good school houses bridging ourstreams ivo We notice in the Morgan County Messenger of last week a reward of 50 offered for a man who had been seen carrying an empty sack filled with railroad tunnels crawfish holes dog tracks to Well bet a party that that fellow has passed through Mt Sterling and his sack come untied and he has lost one of them holes and that is where that gas is comirg from We notice that a Mr Mayo of Johnson county will have a line sample of coal from his county on exhibition at the Worlds fair Why dont some man or men of Morgan county do likewise We have tl e coal and it might go a long way to Â¬ ward hastoniug tho much needed development in this part of the m m 4 1 3 4 OF HAZEL GREEX rhJLWini r il li jijr turn liiiLriiniiirn rl inn 411 niwi 1111 a 4i l HI ru iui ife iiwjmii luami MIIUUI muni II t junr uiMirM tlltrl yuu ami youiS iwsu A happy happy new year and at tho sumo time desire to announce that Ladies ami Misses Clonks Gouts Winter Clothing I 49 etc are ho closet out this month AT COST mm THE GASILst I Q T - 1 k is 1 Thin in over had to buy Hoasonablo goods tho boat opportunity you havo at low priuos GREEN HXJFFAKER LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Hazkl iiikkx Ivy CO Wholesale Boots and Shoes To tho Trndo of Eastorn Kontuolcy Contiguous to Hazel Groon jNfay 10 1802 We havo this day eomnleted arraiiLaMiients with iu tn above nanieil linn anil will handle their ioods in large quan titics Are cspeeiaily invito an inspection by the merchants as we are preared to duplicate any and nil prices quoted ill Iouisvuie vincinnau or ivnowuie lMerclianls can nuv these foods almost at their doors and save lnnre lreiiiht bills e are prepared at any and all times to furnish these goods in any and every quality size and price All we ask is n trial Respectfully Represented by FA JRKKX JAY-EYE-SEE- l J Jn DAY Hazel Green Ky CO Wi lliritT e be depopulated by tho western fever is a question that now presents itself to the Will our country thinking people of this section Our IDzel correspondent tells of twenty six leaving that place Geo Bishop and I A Whitakor with a total of twenty two people leave hero on Monday March 0 and we hear of manv others likely to fol low This state of atVairs would not bo presented on this or any other occasion if wohadiood roads and thereby tho facilities to market what we produce and it is now in the power of the legislature to give us what we need We must havo better roads or there will bo no limit to this depopulation by immigration to the more favored local i t ies We bel iovo howevert ha t relief will come to us in some shape and that eventually this part of Grassy Grists Wiley Mullens and family with several others this week left for the Indian Territory where they will make their future home How Marion Stamper and a Mr Brown and others are conducting quite an interesting meeting at Holhsalem this week Havens it Goodpaster on the 17th inst started to the Mt Sterling market with a nice drove of cattle Mrs Kmery Carr and her little daughter of Kzol aro visiting rela tives at tins place Morn to the wife of Doc Murphy a girl i i nr iiiuniirjr iikivu Iliriii lluino luii of JuyKyo HtH Uaclnu WlsayH Aftortrylnifa cVory known mindly 1 removed n larjro Hunch or two yuurH HtiitulliiK from u U year old lilly S with thruoajllcivtloiidOf 1 m 5Svt ran tbaohuahk N KftSMtyRE QUINNS OINTMENT 1 iMMiMiiiiMiiMiiiiiiiiiiiitiiaMMiitiiiMiiiiiiaiiiiaiaid Itiflthobostprcpnrntlon I IinvoovorunodorlirnrdS of 1 hoartlly rucotiummd ll to nil llorsoniou 5 UV have hunilredi of such testimonial for It PtIc8150 per liotilc Auk your druinilatfor trial Iflio dOitinut kivltmHlunic tox uiiir liver N Y A f KMY At CO AVliltolmll W l Hisv Gilt Edgo Evidonoo Bui- - Mr J II C Watts a prominent horseman of He I Air Md writes as follows After failing with several other reme- Â¬ dies I succeeded with Quinns Ointment in removing a bad curb from a four year old registered lilly I have recommeudt d your splendid Ointment to several and The gilt edge all testify to its merits testimonials that Messrs W H Kddy it o are producing from week to week from prominent horseman throughout Â¬ WMAJMX UJJiiS JUKI 11 l I n ITT TTll t f ll n T l I 1ylI J j I VIJrt jIO it 4 l VI V AT T1IK V i ft XStSSfrYVSryr 77777777JZra i hT-w-v - SCSfZZSZJZS -J- On I J 1 J 1 J J 1 1 J - J 1 1 1 1 I J J -- 4 S LI 1 tyWW fl s N N s No 12 W Short St MimiIs 2 tt it A Lexington Ky All M Kvtilnr A pm m a M M 1 fs Ironi tXXfco wvhut Ciiitn Mnils t DiinuT from 10 A 11111 it pish p M Jnltr nt M to S i iiiiKiMiN to 12 iwsIiiZ ZiyCJy TZ DAY C US LUICART Hours IlrciikfuaL from f Stipncr from f v M to i iinn uuniis a spcciiuiv upiii s Proprietor K U J TAYIOU 10 YD DAY thostate will havo both the lation and the prosperity popu- Â¬ have a valuable remedy for removing ourlH splints spavins windpulft and other blominhcH Trial Imx will be sent to any address upon receipt of 2f cents silver or stamps Keinilur size lr0 Adilic iw V II Kddy it Co delivered Whitehall N Y unless you can obtain from your druggist- - Kur sale by Hose it tones MJftfrjl the United States indicate that they J T DAI k CO In 1 W 3k m ij AVIiulisalc mill Hrtiill Denier n Hut what will the few who remain now do in the interim is the qucstioip that confronts us Kolief must come and that p d q or for a while at least wo will have a country with very few citizens r - Bpnapse HAKi s s G H iuik ky PrrF KElai mi cc - 5 i u A - CC Largest Stock and Lowest Prices r M wmmm w s a w a O O O WlHtU a w k W I ponso and begin tho work in tho mountains Tho bluegrass section was in times past favored with tho requisite aid to give them gootl roads and it is only justice to ask i mm ii tm mmiiuiiiiH iuu iruiuou us woll Uoaidos to do this would oyontually hiwo tho stato a groat tloal of monoy Many countios in tho mountains now in tho paupor Ijst could thus bo mado and u source of rovouuo to tho statu troasury Think of it gontlomon of tho legislature uud suoifyou cannot do something to help us There is not much prin Â¬ ciple in tho favored sections get Â¬ ting all they onii from the stato and then saying to their more un fortunate neighbors wo cant do but that it otrnti legislation Tin Kentucky legislature should LEE COUNTY NEWS onaot a law ordering tho convict St IIolous Sayings labor to be worked on tho public K 11 Sid roads of tho stato at tho states ox Powoll Maploinand midst MumA of woro Inst wiolc our Thoy woro looking HoltMis of any bouse in IOastern Kentucky Live Stock Saw Logs School Maims and Country Pro luce taken in exebange for iriioils or on notes and accounts Â¬ wmmtmamm fcawiwiMii FEDER SILBERBERG 113 fit CO MA NT FACT fit BUS ovor tho St 115 W iit ii sulf-sus-taining land company for tho pur pwo of making crosn tics Tho now outorpriso will add anothor storo to our town Thorn will also I Third Street M - CINCINNATI O WIIOLMSAbK lucky tio company is tho namo of At tlii ollleo in heconil elusH rateUve unncnll when vou want printing mul nrinumi tho managers aro vi wivo niiniey Uiiiaii i Any mul evorylxHly we Imve lone workfor In the Floyd Day president 0 It Iowry vice president and K It Kussoll - T LOCK II ART secretary and treasurer VotVnou The steam shovel was brought c up here last week to clear away a Is riitiiilui eoiislnntly mul iloini t ho ln o slide near this place A tURK and CERTAIN GURC wnrk nt tlie liiwi hi prlees laud SHelal nceittniiiiiiliitiiiiiH Tor entiiinerk Known for 10 years as the REST Several thousand logs havo been from ilUtiinee FOR PILES REMEDY I7KI KV Itliout ileirlinciit t our linuie Iraile caught in tho boom at Lumber rrMHk RICMlRiHWXUIIURXKV Ctf HTUlIS Point during tho recent tide WM B LOGAN No Bids Offered for Bad Rolls I Services were bald at the Iresby FasRionafiiB terlan ohurejt Sunday by Hew DriiQQist anil booksbIIbl I iiiii iiiih iirrpnrcil In cut fit mul e no ileiiiuml Alex Henry of Ihmttyvillo v uiYMie mul nther jtriirniuiilH In he Inieii Asbury Stannor formerly of I myle SiiMiiellnii Kiiiirnntevil - to n mill v t sawing nrontiwl Tin tint tho timlior itniiui Tim Kon ir TABLERSPII E Represented CObOWHOffire by F BRINKLEV -- FIRST CLASS JOB PRINTING niHTMEHT Vus m wm m mdj - Dressipn r Mull itrtlom rouiily ultiMuleil to hiii Cirnv Bond tlls county1 Im moved viHr imtnuiuge W iKirvil ell when In to this nhlpo ilWUw ike vll THE MAYTOWN HILL CO W W MVNKKHMniiiisvr Ju7tr rejioonnMe ANn leweli Hie iirt nl Ilittlilf mul tilling y elmrt lleieelhilly K VW- MIW o f - t fi vf r WrtMWIMMWMMMWMMmMMW fe tj i i iih-ii-- 10 n i y 4 i inroo monnamoiKaskoylolin una other ItSniu brot hers and it non how trot Tin recent lido curried mil nf Amlm will Im 7 toutt mi tiiuli lir lie r diflioully when Sum was this crook a linn lot of timber for f rSiiUo ii liUi riinii it it jo coins mi limn nir uuun hud snot tloau hy the nopliow John tlio Ulay Oily mill and plunty loft Wniiuntlii oriliHi I HTVNlHSn APVKUTIsrMltfCTM men snot tlin nopliow and tun that was not got out 7 n mm r linli - tiioiitlis i imi i nephew in turn shot John but i ue iiiiiiuii unini iii i wei none J M ft 00 neitluuof the latter wan dead at which bus had tho malarial lever ill liiilu 1H Tfi U inflict last accountH Jin also lnarnod for some timo is no bettor and not m 22 IHI l lililiil that Clay lacy son of Pill Lacy nxnected to live a on shot a man named John Kvorsolo Tho farmers of this neighborhood o llllKN srtisrmt rnoprit at Cross Ponds it appears that are very backward with thoirwork Ihivl irttii Ky they had some words and Kvorsolo anil all want to sell out and go 105 Mens StilV Fur Hats wortli 250 for 09 followed up lacy until tint latter west ANNOUNCEMENTS Nowh scarco as well ir money turned and shot him in lloO Mens Unlaundried Shirts worth For Assessor 50 40 indicting a wound in thn Smith int M Wo nro lUilliorlMrt to iiniioiiiicc ITIT JtOSK of Luy citk a fiuiilliliilo Inr ilio nock ami shoulder r00 Mons fine Unlaundried Shirts worth 40 75 Gillmoro Glonninga ifllio olAiNiixhiir olWoho county Mihjeot J Ion Jon Kendalls friends in It o tliinmrntln party to tlm act Ion of W P Kly wht has been Visiting 20 rt 10 v this section will rnjoicn with uh to his brother Pov James F Kly for t00 Ptur SoiunloHH Socks worth For Shorlir W Itro niitlioritiMl to niiiioiiiioo A T loarn that ho is likely to rccnivn an some time has returned to his ftOO Children Shirts worth 25 li COM US of Oiimiitnii ii u Ilinilliliih lor tin appointment under thn now admin- Â¬ home in Kansas leaving behind his ollhO of Sliorlll of Wolfo oiuitv snlijcot to istration Tho Washington corres aged mother who accompanied him 2tX K iv W Collors worth 5 25 tlio action of tlio DomoiTiilio puity ponont of t ho Courier Journal says hero She is now 10 years old and n The friends of Mr Kendall are enjoying good health for one of 150 Pair Mons fliio Shoos worth t Chnrloy Sublet t was horn 125 200 Tuesday of this week a guest of llin working up a foreign mission boom her ago 1100 375 Day Jlousonud shaking hands with for him They say he would iniiko J M Harper who has been af- Â¬ 200 Iair Mons lino Shoos worth many frinnds a llrst class Minister to Persia mid flicted with stricture for so long iih KX Pnir Mons fine Shoos worth o 400 i i i H that tho climate of Tohoran would is in a very critical condition Ii Thompson Iiiih rnntnd tlm prove beneficial When asked about David J Vest and wife of Hroath Floyd Day properly in this phmo the matter his evening Mr Ken- Â¬ ilt have boon visiting the family will movo hern from Magollln dall said ho would not object to mid of J II Vest for a few days uliout thn first of March going abroad and ho appreciated Luther Iridium is very low with w hut his friends were doing in that consumption He is not expected Charlny Kny iM was n guist of direction to survive ho Day lfoun Tuosduy night and Tho farmers may look well to Wednesday and while here sold a Communicated from Maylown their stock when stormy March Jones Charley llov W It Hon try of Louisville good bill to Uoso Uvcii Humus is preaching at tho mission at May comes in isahuatler JS75 Our 500 Overcoat for Our fCSno Suits for il00 town every night this week with Lnuo Lintit 1 T Day retputH us to say thai - 450 175 Our 800 Overcoat for Our Sr0 Kuita for great success Much good is being Simiol King has moved to Dow not having disposed of his horses done Kv jit one should hear this Laitdsnws on Hunting Fork Da Our 1000 Mons Suits for 500 Our 1000 Ovorooat for050 t on tho loth iust Ik will contuum ear nest brother in our midst The vid Kitld has moved to J W Con Miabhl which will bo in charge members of the mission have got a 500 Our J 200 Overcoat for Our 1200 Mens Suits for 75 glotons farm vacated by Sim King of lon Patrick-bell and are collecting for an organ and Cnclo Dennis Hrowor has mov Â¬ Our 1500 1000 Our J 500 Ovorooat for Mons Suits for 1000 T Day will take in the innu Tho mission room is far too small ed to his son Ambroses at St guration at Washington on Satur- Â¬ for the Sunday school or gospel Helens rhoso goods must bo sold this month as work uoinnioncos on our day March U lie will go withlho mooting Wo contemplate enlarg- Â¬ Littleton Hrowor has bought a ing or building in tho near future farm on Lacy crook and moved now building which will bo completed in H days and stock must bo H lhuulana club of Kouisville Tho members of tho mission num Â¬ thorn Swango and W 0 Mize will ulo Call und lonrn prices reduced ber over forty go along with tho same club Cnphus Hollon has sold his house Hanks for to Rlsewhere will be seen the an Â¬ and lot on Holly John Our friend James II Vet of 7o tillmoro rctiuesis us to sav toifrre nouncement of our young friend Dr S T Jones is still in a criti- Â¬ readrs of Tun IIuuaui that at tho A TCombs who is a candidate cal condition iMni Pov proper time he will announce in for tho olllcn of sherilV of Wolfe ISAAIl IJLOOMS OLD STAND those columns as a candidate for county subject to tho action of Almost Impossible to Do Without It 1ahis I iis Feb 18 Spencer county judge and we cheerfully the democratic party Thrasher has been master commissioner of Cooper Dear Friend As my sub- Â¬ do so tho Wolfe common please court scription has expired will ask you Some idea of the timber in this and a riding deputy shorilV under to please find enclosed fiOf for country may be gleaned from tho Mr Hanks and his fidelity in tho which send Tuk JIiiiaid to my ad fact that at least 10000 logs wore discharge of duty demonstrates his dross six months I find it almost tloatod in Kod Itivor above Hazel IKness for the place ho seeks He impossible to got along without it ireon this week They were the is the first to announce for the To friends who wish to know J am property of the K I lumber com- Â¬ olHon and will bo a hard one to still holding inv position with tho pany beat TJIiV IHPCoVandalialino am getting along nicely and like Â¬ CamiTONjKoI 18 muI anil t olcinn thought Spencer Coop One mills to int oir und oer it real well Put 1 often think er Please find enclosed one dollar Truth it Hindi tltillti tluy lo there is no place like old Kentucky lor subscription for Tin Hkkaid Tlntii It litis tfVBT Ihimi liufoio Pespoct fully itc Hegards to all for one year Also look out for nro linnl anil Mark McClain an announcomont for shori IV before TlmiH1111 aro IOinini money himiiti tint And lorn Yours very respectfully Ililtst von full ami Mtttlo iilok 1Wnntocl Wo will be omnptllitl to Mir S IMlowi To exchange n boiler and ongino Now tlont tlitnk linnl 1ohhc tin not and a now corn crushor and mill yon mi Judge Amos Davis representing Fur IltllhiK on Tor all tin1 fjooih ynu lionlit from us combined for sheep and young cat- Â¬ Holt man llros it Co Cincinnati Wrro worn out loiii ntro tle Will give some ono a good and one of tho most a IVa bio gentle- Â¬ 11 V IlKlllTTCn bargain Write at once for full men hat over showed a suit of IN OUR COUNTY particulars and state what kind of clothes to a merchant for his in NEWS NUCCETS slock you have Poilor and ongino hpection was a guest of the Dav Ciunptoa Currency has ample power to run a small House this week and sold bose il llov Frank Creech of Pel hoi saw mill Address box 511 Mt Jones a handsome bill of beautiful preached in town Saturday night Sterling Ky goods See bis card elsewhere lie preached a very interesting Mrs Sarah K Sloth wifoof Win sermon and when asked by anoth Â¬ i LA IRIIMMC fMouu wno is so uivoraoiy Known er brot her why ho preached so loud PiNIOtLMOXIA to tho people of this section died ho said ho was preaching for the town folks and as thorn worn but at her homo on Spencer Montgom Â¬ SO It 10 TIL HO AT few there lit would preach so they ery county on the loth insl and COLDS was buried on the following day could all hear whothor they camu CROUP She issaitl to have been an excep Â¬ to church or not Emily and Quickly Cured Willi Dr J JL Stamper reports tho tionally lovely lady and tho sor- Â¬ Porn to the wifo of following rowing ones have our sympathy a Men Hanks on tho loth inst first fornix years and Jeo W liishop of any creek line girl the ban Bold his farm oN4 acres to we loft Hon with a smilo all over John W Wilson liogston and liiH face to tho wife of T II will on iMonday the Oth day of Hanks on tho 15th inst a bov ALSOCUU1W L M Hrowns wifo still born March start for Coryoll county IvlDNKY AND LIVElt TKOUIJLKS Texas which place he will make and tlnughter nro very ill MALAHIA CONSTIPATION Wos Isom of color has boon his future home It is the same NKCUAl UIIKlMATISM UI A OATAKllII HKON- neighborhood in which our former dangerously ill for several days CiHTIS ETU KlU townsman JnlV Sloponson located with a relapse of tho fovor ho had ago at Hazel lireon and Mr Bishop pictures it as a some timo Hev It 1 Hivon o9 this place ory Hnn country At thn same will A Whitaker and family nntl How Creech of Hethnl timu begin a protracted mooting at An will pull out for the same place tioch tho 21st inst Tito article on the llrst pag attrnctcd directly tlirouuli tho portM Win Ashley who has boon very umlor thn head Raised a 2 billH low for some timo with dropsy und moiubruiicH of tlio cntlro body di was clipped from tho Sontinnl continues to grow worse no hopes ruct from tlio ntiaoBphcre tliin oxygon jiarlllort tlio blood mbU Mtrcngih hiiiI vl Democrat of thn 17th inst and of recovery tulltv to lliu Mystum KluctropolHo h not wo took thn liberty to makoit road Mat Lockhard of Cave branch an cltclrio buttery or belt No hIiocIt Morgan instead of Wolfo county of Holly who has boon at deaths No dHiiKvr It will ctiMt you notliinir to V an tho Into residenco of Mr Hays door with pyemia is now uonvalosc- - llnl nut all About It from DUBOIS 4 rtf WKBII TIuh romintlH us that Sam Ilayn ing jW tv HoiJin 10 Norton block n w corner in said to have hIiowii ii l bill Mrs Sarah Klkins hns moved Fourth Hiul JvUbrHon fuUvllle Ky raiKod to a fiH to u gentleman on back to hor farm on Hour Pen Mfsi triiHsy and wo loarn that Horry loft Sundny morning TUIHli AMOH MAVIS Lykins WKST MHKKTV KY t M Hays passed one on n merchant for Louisvillo -WITH near horn who persuaded him to c fl Stillwater 6iarklw tako it back and pay him ngood Bros Jfc Co Lrwboii who Tho wifo of 0t 0 So it hchhiih Unit tho mil iiiHtoml MANUNAGTURERS GL0THIN6 gang wan in it on the hnil R mora huhck m nviirHiin i i wnoio A li to Ip uutHgHln mi Ww lwii Hrt CINCINNATI mining procowi the lioart if TUANSIKNT Wm n tfV t4i aiiAiflnn WHt Liberty WodnosduvIll IIIIU lllWN ill MUIHlll til 411 ouity hoiow west Uhorty Mommy AOVKIITKSINU UATIS I B I a X Porter Lnow jr who returned under the treatment of Pr hinu per which is alwavs tluv cane 11 i I UM 111 U Ullllft always got out one way or the 1111 Wlllll ll 1 ft UOCUM I 1 1 IN ill Kill t 1 lilt Tin a- Ink I EBK V mh m I B JmL Ill MFIELDS HT M Kiifiliinitiili ltiiiiil lor It tlmn i I I I ni arouT lr i i This Weeks Sales self-defen- se 1 1 Clothing Going Fast - 1 VIC BLOOMFIELD WINCHESTER KY - THIS SPACEHfl IS RESERVED FOR I i i L tS 6 STRAUS I ElECTROPOISE LEADING CLOTHIERS Opposite Phoenix Hotel LEXINGTON KY 1 wKwumm J0 7 urn Bettman 1 7m JmW i Vl 8 Hazel Green Heralds SNCNOKR COOPER rublUkw I HAJW5L GREEN t 0 Tho words soft tho air And tho tones may break tho hciirt do seem to recollect very well consid- Â¬ ering your denial just now If a mere name carries such talisman I do not THE TONE OF VOICE wonder so much at your unfeminino It In not no tnuch what you par curiosity as to that unselfish hero who Ah tba manner In which you nny It saved you nt risk of a halter It 1p not io much tho lanfruago yon uc Ah tho tpuo In which you convey It Over Carolyn Clays face now pale oa death onco more swept thoughts too Como bcrol I sharply said swift and complicated for translation And tho baby cowered and wept Como hcrol I cooed and ho looked and by tho Inexporlonco that watched it mnllcd Hut seeing them tho younger woman And straight to my lap bo crept ceased badinage and rising quickly passed loving arms about tho tall form Tho words may bo mild nnd fair And the tonenmay plercollkon dart nestling her head upon its tumult tossed may bo an summer bosom For words but como from tho mind And grow by ntudy nud art dominating ner kelpies wl- H- lips ored tvithoutfround but her eyes wakpered Peace bostllir She stood flashed into Ucssion with a blaze of acsilent rooted to tho spot Btaring at her cusing query in them Then still friend Btaring at her tho firm will mastered I know you would bo surprised the emotion bo far that sho whispered And really Cam you hoarsely KY othor went on Hut tho tones leap forth from tho Inner el And reveal tho stato of tho heart Whether you know It or not Whothcr you mean It or klndncsi lovo and hato Knvy and anger aro there Then would you quarrels avoid And in pcaco and lovo rejoice Keen nngur not only out of your worda Hut keep It out of your voice Youths Companion YMoMMJEmfk 11V plcturf Forgive me darling sho whispered I was silly thoughtless I softly too know what It Is to caro for some one Were I separated from Willie Abruptly almost roughly Miss Clay ignored tho caress and repudiated tho suggestion You arc wrong utterly wrong I do not care for child sho cried that that man On the contrary I hate despise him Ho is not lit to let your feet spurn him far less to touch your hand Docs not your mother know suspect What IJesslos eyes grew wldo with wonder as the other paused sud- Â¬ I never saw you denly Why Can so excited so worked up It must in Â¬ deed Ikj something terrible Tell me T C D DE LEON nd Iubllilied CopjriRhKUai by J LlpplnroltCo by Special Arrangement VII-CoN-riworp CHAPTER I wish I knew teho ho wits the younger girl persisted looking in Â¬ tently Into tho coals at a dlmly eketched procession with background of White laco nnd ornngo blossoms Caro after all these dreadful days aro over when pcaco comes again you two tnVf meet again Maybe this may bring you closer Ncvcrl I will uovcr look upon his face again I Tho words were low and Klowly Hpokcn but they had the solemn cadence of a dirge You cannot tell Hessie urged Wc may all bo ono people again somo clay No girl can read her own fato dear unless they used to say now I remember that your willful heart had found its master Hush Oh if you only lenew Hess There was a world of self pity nearly as much of self contempt in tho wom- Â¬ ans low tone Dear child living as yon live seeing only what you sec it is hard indeed to understand us Amid the privations the suffering the danger around me I should bo worse than baso to think of such light things Once perhaps I was very different tho red glow burned on her face onco more tho firm lips trembled an instant cro she went on gravely but even then those rumors wero idle Oh Forgive me dear I believe Caro I forgot serious things drove it Miss Clays face darkened nnd her Sho breath came hard and quick clinched her hands fiercely but still sho did not speak only staring at the other Then with a great effort sho turned a deadly white face lit by gleaming eyes upon her Hessie that man is He it was who Memory gratitude whatever stronger feeling it may have been was too much for her Again she broke down sinking in her chair and covering her face with the piteous moan Oh God I cannot fannct Wondering more still but still deep Â¬ ly sympathetic Hessie Westchester watched this unwonted weakness of tho woman who had been her model of fear Â¬ lessness and strength Only one instant though The next she was kneeling by her side her arms close about the heaving bosom her lips pressed upon tho glorious bowed head Forgivo me dear Pleane forgive mo I was silly even to mention him worse than silly to press you so I think I understand Once moro Miss Cloy broke roughly from tho circling arms Once more she stood erect with raised head and blazing eyes no weakness on her face now only resolve so fixed as to make its lines seem hard and cruel Ilcssio Westchester she said in cold metallic tone you do not under Â¬ stand me but you shall Not for base selfish reason not to protect my Â¬ self from silty buspdeinn but to protect you and yours so good to me I mil speak That man whoso name I have sworn shall never pass my lips that man who has my just contempt and Stop dear tho matron said stop Â¬ ping with a gesture tho quick grasp for hat and gloves tho careful instinctive touch for precious packages sewed into Willie must seo you first tho skirt Somo difilculty has Oh do not soy he comes Difficulty to disapioint me Tho color hope had driven to the girls fuco dropped out leaving It ashen her lips quivering soundlessly Not so bad as that I hope Mrs Gray answered gently and stepping to the door she called softly and Wll llo Mclvco tiptoed into the room II is face was grave and troubled his manner wholly changed from tho boy- Â¬ ish exquisite who had lounged from that houso two hours before Those wore days that made many men play strango parti and Willio Mclvee was a natural actor It disappoints me Mibs Clay almost as much as yourself ho said quietly I had set my heart on getting you ansa clays evts wiub btudyino tux across to night and I believe you J jw riCTUItE IX THK VtllK that to do so I would risk anything In tho army save one your capture I think ho should bo Pull mo gin j i must always risic mat our army Hut othorwlso hes just I have no fear cried impatiently bpk ndid Guess It would be useless Miss Clay an- Â¬ Come lot us start Not until you know all the man swered absently glancing at the clock Ordinary danger la two oclock answered firmly Thank Heaven it Every- Â¬ No you could- - never guess Ilcssio would not deter tno of course Is ready medicines packed It was thing ran on full of her romance posses becured Hut remember this Peyton tlmo your eapturo would bo moro seri- Â¬ Peyton FiUhugh You ura under Clnv wheeled round upon tho ous than ever before Ccrolvn Kitting girl towering over her with gravest suspicion Yes I know Hut oh I have been eyes thut blazed In eq nl anger and Nono could To night In to careful seen no one Here amounncnt dream 1 was here tliis house Your presence in Haltimoro is Ho U au old friend i MWhi not dear gently Mclvco answered and very popular horoj known of momma Ilowj or bjrirhqm God only Unqws Villi iHJUi sew Knownlv Only tho one word from Do they not know that Whv not XV A was the With blax-- her white lip iW d moro than that he went Yen fet eyes clinched hands ami laboring on calmly Some one known that you botoci Mia Clay stopped suddenly not Imvo leave to nlghVby what route and that herself could tfbat it wu I Iffowlthyou loli2 Iwrt again that inner something The jcirlA face fcrew waiter still ker Umui ber IraoaUt ami Indian- J J Â¬ more of weurlness than of interest in Gray stood in it panting from hasty as cent and with troubled fuce Miss Clays reply but inborn courtesy Caro Willie is here I um such a forced tho nddition Thank God I am ready The light M ranger an exile now of battlo on her face melted Into tender An old friend of yours and a very good ono too they said Frankly I do longing hope to be realized swept not lika him though it muy bo Dr away thought of right and justice as the words brought plainly beforo her tho wide dark river tho yearning loved l ones for beyond out of my head but who do you supposo scorn is was here to night Tho door opened quickly and Mrs How should I guess There was 31 Mvtm was captured by MolCee aad ita entire contents quickly went beneath long knives in nimblo hands For that morning was ono of those dies irao which mado every sympathetic heart in Haltimoro beat with heavier throb laya which mado firm lips trcm Aro you turcf You saw him Saw whom Hessie what do you bio and strong hands clinch hard whllo they forced tears to tender eyes of all know Mrs Gray cried with n truo women southern or union in their But Carolyn Clay stopped her gesture imperious beyond question and sentiment Rebel prisoners wero to march through turning to McKoe said hoarsely Go on Tell mo all those btreetn a spectacle and a warn- Â¬ On- Â¬ ing not wantonly perhaps to make a I know no more ho answered ly this note was left formo by unknown Roman holiday but because Mellon ry tho Old Cnpltol and other bonier hand ten minutes since Tho woman seized tho crumpled note prisons overflowed and theso men un Â¬ eagerly bending over tho firelight nnd exchanged must go to prison pens far-Â¬ reading rapidly Then pressing her ther from chance of escape or recapturo hand hard over her eyes sho stood nn by sudden raid In almost every rcsidenco along that Instant still nnd cold only heaving bosom and deep breath telling of sore fashionable street nearest route of strugglo to be calm Again she bent march to the northern depot now down scanning tho paper closely her bhowed netlvlty and bustle unwonted nt eyes burning each word Into her brain such an hour or on such day and Then leaning her head upon the low manv window shutters bowed then mantel covered by one hand she held closed os eager watching eyes saw no tho note to Hessie with the other and approaching column and their owners she understanding the command read went back to the work of lovo in tremulous voico tho fateful mes Â¬ Then after anxious waiting the sad sage procession wheeled into view from a Do not start to night South bank street below the guanl that encircled swarms with stragglers Rosscr struck it moving slowly jus at a funeral to lit Show her this and wait advice Sho the worn and painful step of many a bhould obey warning from one who ono who followed And a long dreary prayed her to pray for his soul lino it was pitiful to see in its evi Â¬ Dead silence was on tho littlo group dences of wrecked manhood often of No ono spoke nor moved antl tho still- Â¬ broken spirit sometimes of wasted ness grew almost unbearable as the dis Â¬ hopes and longings everywhere appointed woman struggled fiercely Old nnd young tho graybeard next with herself for tho mastery tho fresh and beardless boy hardy lank At length she raised her head turn- Â¬ mountaineer and tender darling from ing full to them a face palo and deep-- city fireside all sorts and conditions of men of tho south wero there marching side by side to that doom more dreaded than sudden death hopeless Imprison- Â¬ ment For the word had gone forth that the starving south coger to ex Â¬ change consuming captured mouths for useful lighting hands was not to be re Â¬ cuperated in that way Robbing tho cradle and tho grave already as the northern leader put It J-to hold her wide border sho was not to be given baclc those men she had trained through privation peril nnd hopo deferred to suffer and bo strong Piteous was the plight of many a prisoner wealc already prison worn and as sick in body as at heart Here ono who might bo n grandsire tolling along tho stones with stockinglcss feet scarco held to shreds of shoes by bits of twine there a mere stripling blue faced in tho blast and shivering in thin buttonlcss jacket blowing his numbed hands for warmth Again n bold def- Â¬ iant figure a newer capture doubtless m rr i n f i 7t striding aloug with head erect and deep defiunco smoldering in his eyes and close to him tho limping shattered remnant of a man hollow eyed with IIK WHIlE VIIKK TIIAN 8ATAX DtD IIH sunken cheeks and narrow chest racked MB NOW TO UK with coughing under tho bleak Decem- Â¬ lined but firm and hard as the hollow ber wind In pairs or fours the prison gang voice that said moved slowly forward many scarco I will obey lie were viler than Sa Â¬ able to keep up even with the slow tin did he lie now to me timo long Tho effort of the soul was too great line of the guard And in the clad few were more than half for the tried flesh Suddenly sho swayed an staggered forward a step and would scarcely ono with andovercoat but somo hugging the torn blanket or have fallen had not Yv illie McKce caught the scrap of old carpet filthy In its btead used her dead fainting in his arms as a very luxury of prison lot Somo men were liatless or wholly CHAlEK VIIL As Tnnv MAncucn ninocaii tuk toww barefoot victims of prison wear or The Sabbath morning broke clear worse of wanton theft which not sel- Â¬ but piercing cold the garish sunlight dom escaped the vigilanco of higher of Â¬ giving little warmth in the teeth of tho fice nnd left those vile enough to prey flcrco east wind upon the helpless creatures in their Two clays had passed heavy leaden charge footcil days to all inmates of the Gray On almost ovcry face grayish pallor mansion and to one of them expectancy familiar to all who watched tho prisoner became almost torture as no word of that time a sickly leaden ghastli came from Carolyn Clays unnamed ness as of ashes which accentuated watcher on the shore Willie MeKeo more the pinched features and seemed stopped daily to talk with his cousins to sink most fiery eyes deep back in but ho only shook his head gloomily in their hollow sockets a huo not to be answer to eager queries and avoided described but born largely of bad faro all suspicious mounting to the hidden and confinement equally largely per- Â¬ visitor alove And sho cheered by tho haps of despairing heart and of that sympathy and love of trusted ten- Â¬ scourge even of the busy camp nosder women recovered from the shock of talgia burpriso and disappointment She seemed On every porch and door step nlong almost her old self again quiot pa- Â¬ that dismal route often lining tho curb tient nlmost hopeful outwardly even as well stood grave faced men and if well nigh despairing at heart women many with trembling lips or Of the cause of her fainting fit sho tear blurred vision eagerly scanning spoke little calling it moro reaction tho pitiful passers for chanco of one fa- Â¬ from too high hope but not oven to miliar faco Almost every hand held Hessie her special pet and favorite something packages of solid food did sho onco olludo to tho mysterious dainties long unknown to thoso men writer of tho warning save to say famishing on prison fare warm wraps Mich clothing as haste collected and finally I can say nothing dear In theso sometimes even blankets days when a mans life may pay forfeit TO nK CONTlNUFDl for ono chanco word I dare not speak Moqui Indian Albinos And the strong woman shuddered as I There arc several Albinos among the Hcsidcs God only lrnows sho added may bo wrong Later news has proved Moqui tribo of Indians on tho Moqui the truth of that warning It was reservation in Apache county Ariz surely well meant and timely Hut by Somo of theso Albinos aro puro white this tlmo tho Virginia bank irf bo with regular Indian features oddish Sho finished with almost a yellow hair and blue eyes Other again clear have pink eyes which aro constantly Oh ithen trill I get away groan And Hessie Westchester with tho del Â¬ twinkling as If suffering from omo icate tact of her race forcbore all ques Â¬ nervous affection Theo is ono of tho tion nor did nho ever hint for tho finish Albino girls ubout tweivo or thirteen of that brokonHjff warning about Fitz years old attending tho government hugh even while woman like she was school nt Reams Canyon Sho is ono gnawed by curiosity which had in this of tho brightest scholars In tho school enso at leant good basis of right to Her parenta aro puro Indian and unquestion Yot as her guests lips re-- j usually dark colored Another Albino malned sealed and no allusion to mm among them Is a man of about forty or escaped them more tho younger wom- Â¬ forty five years of ago und small In stature Ills hair was long and courso an remained silent wondering sorely Hut this cold Sablwitb morning and of a light yellow eyes a bright brought Melvee very early and with blue with a reddish glint and con Â¬ hlra anxiety and activity to all tho i stantly moving There ure several household At break fast wnen ho came more oi tnesc people anioug the Maquis 1 I t i xua laiuuy roao pruinpviy t imui uiu un Â¬ AtmuB finished meal at the news hu brought Miss Elderberry I ilrls do and rauldly nil viands within reach all not marry eo young imwadars as they content of tho nmplo patry that was used to Miss SlngMroe Yes Ive Mrs Gray prldeful boast wero par Â¬ noticed that and Im glad theyre gotj celed out ami put in portable shape ting moro sensible A girl doesnt real- Â¬ Groat tine of bolllsr coffee soon htaeed ly kaow herownnjinA until shes thirty bakers cart six or eizht IUsck ami Walt la the kitchen r POMPEII Th IN SCOTLAND Overwhelmed of Otilbln Uy Grdn of Morny thn Drifting Hand P9 r9 ki m I A Hi s raYiMw Some tweivo miles to tho cast of Nairn in Scotland along the coast of the Moray Firth lies thostrotehof war- Â¬ ren sandhills that cover tho Pompeii of tho north Two hundred yours ago where tho Culbin sands are now there lay a district that was known as tho Garden of Moray Tho harvests on Culbin uovcr failed from tho drought Its deep rich alluvial soil boro plentifully of corn and fmltu nnd herbs the fishermen of Old Find horn worked salmon fisheries that wore among the most valuable of the north There had been a gradual change In tho coast lino of the Firth tho recedÂ¬ ing sea had left great accumulations of of ssind on the southern shores and in the autumn of 1011 when tho harvest was all but gathered In and the plow was already turning up tho stubble land suddenly almost without warn ing tho end came Like the rising tide tho sand drift4 rose ono day before a westerly gulp swallowing up everything In their re Â¬ sistless pauselcss course the plowman left his plow in the field and fled tho harvesters left their corn and neither plpwman nor reaper ever saw ognln that brown earth where they had stood that morning The terrified people took refuge In their houses and hoped that a new day might bring an end to the storm but all through the night thewind blow and the pitiless sand advanced over tho lands of Culbin When the light came again thcpconle had to force their way out of their houses through the drift heaps then the storm was renewed with greater violence and every living thing both man and beast lied before the blinding showers and scuds of sand What the people could save they car Â¬ ried with them from the homes they never entered again Hying as the citi Â¬ zens of Pompeii had fled from the death dealing showers of Vesuvius To add to the horror and destruction of that fearful night the river Find horn dammed buck by sandbanks overflowed sweeping away in its course the village built on its bnuks and flooding the barony My nightfall on the second day the estate of Culbin except a small part since overwhelmed lay buried under a waste of sand and from that day to this tho once fruitful district has been a desert as barren as the Great Sahara Now and then the wind lays bare some traces of the buried land and homesteads part of the old mansion house showed itself above the sand in the end of the hist century and weird tales were told concerning it but the relentless sands swallowed it up oirain and for nearly a hundred years it has been hidden from human eyes The chapel also has been seen and the old dovecot some of the fruit trees in the orchard appeared for a time above the dazzling arid surface bore fruit once more nnd then again disap Â¬ peared Huston Herald COMSAT OF THE SEAAND SUN Â¬ TlinuRlitH or nn Idlii 1Vlloir on Â¬ sand The sun has bleached the whiteness on its face a deathly pallor The sun nnd the sea are foes and their battle ground is that floor of silver si ml for when the mighty wave dashes in to cool the parched face and thirst of the sand how quickly the sun blows with force its heated breath and dries the moisture Then again for miles streteles a flow of silver sand The knotted old pines on thu knoll turn their heads and bend their bodies Irom the sea and the tall thin burnt brown grasses lean inland and tremble lit the cry of thirst from the bursting sand they live in Hut they are slaves these trees and weeds slaves to tho mid They dare not but fain rebellion for the sea It is only when the sun lowers its proud and cruel head these trees and grasses raise their crooked forms and open their mouths for the mist kiss of night only when tho silver sand has slaked his thirst and tho rising tide unchecked by the sun has bathed it is it these cowards turn their faces sca Â¬ tlic Silver SiiikIh For miles stretches a floor of silver Ciilnc ward What hypocrites these slaves of the For on the morrow whentheday awakes and tho sun and tho sea carry on their never ending combat they play again their part with backs to the sea while at their feet for miles stretches a floor of sand N Y Herald sun Â¬ -- Tho are doubtless many causes of premature degeneration of tho hair resulting In the loss of color and in baldness but by for tho most frequent is dyspepsia Defective nutrition Is tho great cause of degenerations of nil sorts and tho general principle holds good of the hair as well as of other structures Our observations on this subject fully accord with thoso of a physician who In an article on the subject of premature gray hair nnd baldneus In a foreign journal attrib Â¬ utes It to bad diet Had diet causes dyspepsia and this occasions tho de- Â¬ fective nutriment upon which degen- Â¬ eration of the hair depends- - -- Good Health Kuru Oniv Hit lr ami IIhIcIiiom peiif Hani up Whats a man to do lector when he cant cat beefsteak without getting neuralgia In the jaw Dr Portly H ml Id recommcud hlui to chsgne his boanllng housc Life Tack Cure i x ii in mmimmmmmmim I Food Madt Mt Sick Kirfit I had trains in my back nnd chest then falut fooling at tho stomach and when would cot Uiu drat tasto would innko inn deathly nlclc Of course I ran down and lost 25 rapidly My vrlfo and pound family vroro much alarmed and I exacted my stay on earth would bo short Hut a friend mlvlscd mo to takn Iloodn SarHapatilla and Boon my appotito camp C C Abcr back I nto heartily vrltu out dlstrtaw gained two pounds a wcok I took B Iwttlea of Houdsi Sarsuparilla and never felt HOME HINTS AND HELPS Mow A FAMOUS HYMN Hb A Abort time ago in the course of ray work aaa reporter I found myself In a low saloon waiting for the proprietor I had noticed aa I camo in thrco men and a boy playing cards in a cornor Dirty and unkempt conrso and loud voiced their hands came down on the tablo with a bang each time a card was played while through tho game a run- Â¬ ning Are of prof unity was kept up punctuated by tho Bound of tho tobacco julco as It spattered on tho dirty floor I turned my back on them nnd was thinking of other things when I was brought back to my surroundings by Wheat Johnny Cake Two cups ol tho strains of a hymn tho flrst I over bettor in my lifts To day I am cumd nnd I rIvc line graham flour ono cup of Indian learned so long ago In such a different toIIoodHSarHiiarilla Uio whole praUo of It meal two teaspoonfuls of baking pow- Â¬ place The boy was softly singing to C C Anna grocer CanlHeo N Y der ono lmlf teaspoonful of salt two himself There Is n happy land IIOOIVN Ml AM euro Nnmcn Hick Iletulncho tablespoon fuls of sugar one tabic Knr far away JmllKCfttlon Ullloiitno Soit by nil druggists spoonful of cream or butter two eggs Where saints In glory stand llrlpht bright as day DRKI Mix with sweet milk a little thicker 01 bow they awcoily sIiir than sponge cake Hake In a cake tin Worthy Is our Saviour Klup about half an hour Farm Field and Loud let Ills praises rluj Fireside Praise pralso for aye Grilled Grouse George IV said he My mind flow back to tho night when loved a grilled bone and he certain 1 heard these samo words sung by a lit- Â¬ ly did not despise other grills Cut a tle band of Jamaicans in the swamps grouse in half through the breast joint of Aspinwall and further back still to it and if you can take out the bonesdo tho time when in Edinburgh I heard so if not they are none the worse Hub them in their authors class room ovci y bit with butter dust with pepper The music coming from the cradle of and salt cook on a gridiron and serve the race the words telling of tho far Â¬ hot for supper or breakfast without away goal this hymn seems peculiarly any sauce or gravy Good Housekeep Â¬ titled for the world wide fame It has ing won Of tho millions who have sung c6pcat KIDNEY LIVER tS2 QcauDRDR linked Potatoes Wash perfectly there arc perhaps few who know how clean the number of potatoes you wish It came to bo written I have tho story for a meal put into the stove oven loose direct from the author whoso Hiblo Vain Bi the ISa ek or lwps sediment luurincllke brick dust so that they enn get the heat all class I attended Joints frequent ctdh or retention rheumatism lu 1SI1S or 111 the date I am not suro around when thoroughly done they are delicious with butter or gravy it is of Andrew Young was a young man a with this as with most things there Is teacher in St Andrews Scotland and Diabetes dropjy scanty or high colored urlno a right and wrong way it is the sim much interested in Sunday school work JTsouXttes plest dish ono most seldom finds pre It happened that spending an evening rttlniriin rensatious when voldiuir dlsterss prcs pared to perfeetion Farm Field and with a family recently returned from iutuintbcuita urethral irritation stricture India he heard ono of tho ladies play Fireside Baked Apples with Whipped Cream something which struck him very much isorflleriMl Why sho What is that ho said Jllonlor dark elides under the eyes touiruo i are and core a dozen large ones Ar answered that is a Hindustani air range them in a dish and All the center coated constipation yellow kJt eyeballs The water Otinrimlce- - IlwrontFiiMfif Ono Ilottle If not ben of eaeli with sugar Miek a clove into called The Happy nnd eflttiJ Ijj uiftrlKtji w refund you tlio prlco jalil Ho asked her to play the sugar Ailing of each apple and carriers Mtig It At DrujrjUts rOe Size 100 Slz sprinkle a tablespoon fill of sugar over it again which she did and again and ImnlM Oiidi to llrnllh fivo Cotimtltitloti rrjo CO lllVUIIAMTON X Y each Cover the pan and place It in a again Ave or six times The idea had Jlt KlJ UKIl rather hot oven Cook for twenty min- occurred to him that it would bo suit- Â¬ utes then remove the cover and con able for a Sundny school hymn The tinue cooking the apples until they are next day he wrote The Happy Land Signs of Heaiiii a delicate brown and are tender His scholars took to it at once visitors It and It spread and was trans Â¬ be pierced heard You dont have to look throughout When they can have been lated into many languages and sung in with a broom they every cater twice to detect them bright cooked enough straw them where they hus clime and thus out of the of Place come forth meat and out the will eool and when they are cold ar eves bright color bright strong sweetness and the water car range them on a flat dish and serve smiles with whipped cream Or they may be riers song has brought many to the Win C Thack in bright served with plain cream or soft custard ever living streams well in Chicago Inter Ocean Uood Housekeeping every ac- Â¬ ff8fclR Hoods X Cures Indian Menl WufuVR Pour two onpc of boiling milk Into hulf a cup of Indian moul and ono tablespoon fill of butter Mix together ono lurgo cupful of flour anil half a teaspoon ful of salt After tlto milk and meal have cooled add tc It two well beaten eggs and the mixed flour Detroit Preo Press Milk Gravy One pint of pood sweet milk and two teaspoon fnla of white flour to each pint of good milk Dissolve the flour in a llttlo cold milk and then stir this Into the hot milk and mix tlio whole together and let it boll up once then immediately remove from the lire and serve Hoston Hud- - There la Written IfHppy Laad Cme te Am Army ef Alt me Xtee la ambush for persons wHe postpone reforming a dieordered ooadltiott ef the stomach liver and bowels For UHheaUh fill conditions of those organs Hoetettera Stomach Bitters Is a sovereign remedy and against tho ills to which they glvo rise an sdcqtmto defence Ho on tlmo if yoitaro troubled with Indigestion liver complaint Tho Uittom will cure or constipation those us woll us malarial nervous aud kid- Â¬ ney aniiionts THR33E TKOtfBUBL TkthiofwWchll 3wockinrTrn Sorenest know giro in tbdr work iur a i md said the joster to tho king with easy familiarity How sol1 Yours has boon rolgnyand xutuo windy Indianapolis Journal Tnmm aro a larcu nuuibur of hvcionlo physicians who claim that disunso is always the result of a transgression of Natures laws Thu proprietors of Garllold Tea aro both nhyHlciaiiii and havo devoted years to teaching thopooplo how to avoid bIokiicsh by following Natures laws They give away with every packago of Garllold Tea a llttlo book which thov claim will ouublo all per- Â¬ sons if directions aro followed to avoid sickuosH or all kinds and to havo no need forUarlleld Icu or any other medicine Wn liuvo had a stormy hfo THREE AFFLICTIONS Three supreme axflic- - 3tkms which all the world afflict mankind with Aches nnd arc Rheumatism Neuralgia and Lumbago THREE THINGS to do are simply these i LMERS WAMP day for six weeks BnncitAMs light parts do you think lr Footllght Weil I should say so Ive not had but ono meal a Manao nu Could you play tho later Ocean - Â¬ any proprietary Made only in St Helens Eogluud Pills enjoy tho larccst snlo of medicine- in tho world An infernal machine tho early moru iug suow shovel Washington Star be promptly and permanent- Â¬ ly cured by the use of Oittry Unlike the Dutch Process Buy OO 1 111 tiflHiJ3s JJ Usirjv I 0t No Alkalies Other Chemicals mm on TrttfwV lOdtaey Complaint IEmaay Â¬ Â¬ Livera Â¬ OlSHS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tion Disease is overcome mun Scotts QTTTTT 0 LEMON PERFUMED BOUDOIRS ItrlrrxhltiK Odorlzii- - to Mo Illado for Wry Illtln roil Tlie woman whose purse strings are not of the on ires t luiL whn iniiv breath of f nigra nee in her own partieu- lar suit arc cry has resorted ttf the use of sliced lemon which by the by is a par1 only when weak tissue is replaced by the healthy is agreeable Ireparod lir Seott kind Scotts Emulsion of ticular and refreshing cod liver oil effects cure by odorier awakening toilet table stands Fpoii the building tip sound flesh It a tiny jar within which slices of the Â¬ easy of assimilation t Bonne S V to taste and All flrosrcW m Tk1 rman 95 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ DYrUD N Regis Ieblanc is a French Canadian store keeper at Notre Dame de Stanbridge Quebec Can who was cured of a severe attack of Congestion of the Lungs by Hoschces Ger- Â¬ man Syrup He has sold many a bottle of German Syrup on his personal recommendation If you drop him a line hell give you the full facts of the case direct as he did us and that Boschees German Syrup brought him through nicely It always will It is a good medicine nnd thorough in its work Of oalVOtlOIl i TA ULLiYytt KllWullluln Only KSc JTYXV WHAM l Tfl AIV k nAKinnnlli M MltrmUMl IlDrUAI JwrootUM Nontart lnirno I nocnTwiieno FAT FOLKS REDUCED raw 1 ArIttnMj Urn jrtwnU FITS Cures I ft airs E J Howell Medford Wm mother has boon cored of Scrofula by tliouseor ad four bottle of WJKJM2M flf r havinebeing much other tre pSVKfl atmentwid te a low condition reduced to qui cf health as it was thought sho could not live tllll Trill llotllrfcby wall It Is needless to say that Cun aflrr all othrr fall Addrru pearly white lUIb tlltJtlOWet IMUmIi lemon jars will have an extended run since they act in economical fashion both as perfumer and a iwautifler Albany Argus says her golden rimmed fruit repose these diffusing throughout the apartment the must pungt4il and fascinating of per fumes Fancy runs riot in the mutter of lemon jars anything and everything goes provided the top is large and flaring There is the grotesque Japan ese jar mounted on three fantastically twisted legs which may be picked up at almost anv curio shop Thebriirht carmines rich blues and old golds that decorate it lend a dash o charming color to the room which it adorns Then there is the commonplace glass jar with Its fluted rim and puffy sides on which clever Angers have outlined with brush and paints a branch which droop miniature lemons and their leaves In fact soft hued specimens in china of all shapes and offer this nov elty perfume a home but It remains for ii bright young woman to eclipse these everyday aiTalrs by a piece of her own handiwork Six sec Â¬ were cut from lemon tions tinted celluloid alike in shape and size These when laced together formed the sides The lower ends of tho sections were turned under and attached with a few stitches to a pasteboard bottom covered with yellow silk The slightly curled tops of the celluloid sections gave a tnllp like llnlsh to tho recepta- Â¬ cle A small glass bowl placed within this fetching trifle was the resting place for the lemon This toilet dainty does double duty as a scent and complexion aid for when madame bathes her face know ing that lemon Juice has the effect of whitening the skin she squeezes a few drops Into the water and she also uses a bit of tho fruit to keep her nulla Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ext ending Operations Neverthlnlc believe Ill go into this new Mutual society They sup ply their members with steam yachts polo ponies opera boxes and all the necessaries of life by means of assess- nnlh and you pay tho assessments at liu riciiiiiu Liinr mil wiuuu ii yuu k1 f ready Mr Smith Oh say half tho members wont pay once a year Siome Xeverthlnk of thorn neverll pi3 Thats provided for in the amounts as sessed to those who do pay Mr Smith Whose idea is that Neverthiuk Cutaways G W Cutaway the fash Â¬ Ho says the samo ionable tailor scheme works in his private business to tho satisfaction of all concerned Smith Gray it Cas Monthly I Help-One-Aiiotli- er Â¬ Both tho method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasaut and refreshing to tho taste nnd nets gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses tho sys tem effectually disrcls colds head aches and fevers mid cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is tho only remedy oi its kind over produced pleasing to tho taato and acceptably to tho stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in it effects prepared only from tho most healthy and ngrecablo aubstauccs its many excellent qualities commend it to all aud havo nuldo it tho most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in DOc and 81 bottles by all lending- diug gists Any rcliablo druggist who may not have it on hnuu will pro euro it promptly for any ono who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Â¬ ENJOYS elys mcatarrh nnPAMRA HLPIXirleSI Md with catarrh 11 tcilvutaly tijjictril mv voice Our bottle of Klux Cream Ualm Mu ditl the worh voire U fully ictartd IJ 1 Liqunery A V Patlar of the Oil It Is delicious nourishing aud easily -mousrri Sold hylrurnr everywhere W BAKER CO Dorchester Masi which iu ahsoJutely jiuro ami soluble ltlMinore than three ttmst thotrenyth of Cocoa mixed i villi titnrch Arrowroot or 8ucar and lo far inoro eco nomical costing ess man one cent u cup S fv Mi lMl HlLi jti fifl ll n 11 iv jjaiceu are used in the preparation of cos reakfastCocoa i rill I Â¬ Jtruoniu7i rou phss FEVER 1 Â¬ Â¬ u 3il mmw vd Jlathl Church HAY IMla nnd nl1rt la Mitlltkl Into oiioli noAtrlt moll li nurwnMc ticoOcenitul DriittitUUnr by Vork 11US Htroot Wow A KUY miOVll M Wnrron - GarfiirJTeas DtlU Hamplotrcc Mrra ConMlpatlou Cures SickHeadache Curoil 16 lo JO tluj No pnjr till OPIUM lllorniiino JlabltLcbaaoncured J STUIIKNS 0J In erAMETUU rArca 0nrirxnTLACo3lWOtbiuM ltiwtoivCotjiiliionthri Ucwforj SAN FRANCSCO Â¬ LOUIWME O5D0SE525 UtEGREAf CAL NEW KOKK m to jwui KY NV m nwwa eeTinr fflKSSTM sa ni Iwmrn Pr n w wminm m r Ucst 11 ort Utmcdy for ia it to tHo It Cturrh Is tho aud CheupCdV WM aril a m t orpont hyiuall Sold hy iiii P T HiiroUltK Wurrua lu ik A N IC B 1430 WHKV WKITIMl TO AIlVKUTlHIitrt VtKAUf w Clio lavcrtUimaul la tkW Inlp thtil juu Cures Consumption CoiirIik Croup Horo Tub old superstition it bout the horse Sold by all DmtKUti on a GiurantM Ttiront shoo insists that the shoo must be found and when found hung up with tho points up lo keep the luck from run Â¬ ning out FitANKTvV W SHtTir of Iloston is Btill agitating the wtabllshment of a national gallery of history and art in Washington tt cost ultimately flOOOUOOO puprr Mr Beechers 4 sis Wncx tho flowor of the family has a goldca hoart shes u daisy Uu Hols Courier Tub worst sinner ns well ns tho best saint can wear tho shiniest bat Texas Sittings Foa a steady thin tho light of a tallow dip is bolter than that of u sky rocket Â¬ Unprinted Words zmk i i LJW turns Horn IIaud Times The Stone Ago Puck sir Its Ocean Jrnar on tho No Is this thofolon Culprit other hand plcus- o- Inter - VSi1i The opening installment of the un published material by Henry Ward Bcecher collected by the great preachers private stenographer appears in the January number of Tiikhi are some men to whom n loss of their reniitutloa would mean mighty Kood luck Texas Slftings iM illnuor is Uazotte Taosos after all tho rourso luurely a matter of taste Eltulra snys that A Â¬ Tin man who is so cor that ho cannot got credit has a very fair ubunco of ouo tiuy bccouiinK rich Puck - cy The Ladies Home Journal v Scrofula mv Ilttla Â¬ boston Courier Tuc turkey is a vory knowing bird but It appears ho can bo stuffed 1onkera Statesman You may jocularly toll a man lie Is a lvre but it isnt wise to burp on l too much Uoston Courior value TrtTii may be stranger than fiction but In literature it hasht us high u uiurlcot During the year this posthumous material will present Mr Beechers Opinions on Popular Topics Such as courtship early marriages church work choir music women and housekeeping etc Sabscriptlea Ageati waste 4 borof hereditary Berofula which appeared all over iiU fu9 For a Tear I had Klren wp all hope of his recoTery when finally was ew bottles Indues to um RVSRH as BjiAptG of curwl him and lh UlMM WHUl S17T I-- MATHKM INHERITED SCROFULA rsnt UiJM 1 Simple ure for llnRrsrnnM simple cure for the hoarse colds which are ho general In an open season like the present consists of tho white of an vgn beaten with the juice of u lemon and sweetened with Mifflclont augur to make It palatable While such a mild description as this lias no remedial effect in the case of a violent cold It cerUlnlv does euro hoarscueiw A Tim said tho youngster as ho gazed at his effulgent moud tlpped snoo mini be what tliov cull tho light fantastic toe Washington Star sore throat it Is hard for me to awalkro Boston Transcript anything PreiUele Werk tvtA fer tern Ymh said Hats I used to believe ev erytlilug 1 heard but since I have had this One Dollar a Year 10c a Copy Ta Cartis PabUekinf Compaay News PM14U Ft at the stands MathsrtUUMka Owtwtk w 8UW nwirr SrCHC CaAUin Slla Dlmwi toMtA fret A fakmeb in St Alfeatfo Vt used Ave casks of cklerta a fruitless effort to eave jls house and earu frwn ire New a and In great rallef to the sufferer It aw eut ci4r so te spoelc PllaA41a by tho teaspoon fill should Ve taken lsljrer every half hour UohIou Globe yi ii I Wants to be Clerk of th Sonato Clark County Wants a Now Deal John P Salyor of West Liberty Tho Clark county people hnvd TelU the Qrt Xllr To Pursue Course It ZIos jnovor liked tho law under which it is horo and has swung his banner was possible about two years ngo to tho breozo announcing Ins can- Somo people hftvo nn idwi tlmt lo transfer tno numerous muruer uiuacy lorinecierKsnipoi mooon when a bill ia introduced in tho cases growing out of tho Porrynto Col balyor is full of li opo logislRturo tlmt tlio work is dunu county fouds from Hazard to Win- - and expectancy hut at tlio samo hut thatls moroly a boginning It Chester Tho cases have crowded tinio no is doi iik some vory ciovor usual ly takos about a month if tho docket of tho Clark Circuit work for himself Ho spent this thorn ih no onnosition If thoro in Court to tho serious obstruction ot afternoon at tho Capital saw tho opposition it takos much longer tho courts regular business and members of tho Kontucky delega- In thoir very liiudablo doairo to navo enormously increased liio lion anunisomoia lownomocriuiu provont hnaty and ill digcatud leg- Â¬ work of the court officials without senators on whom ho mado a most islation tho makorH of our now corresponding increase of compen- Â¬ favorable improssion Senator bio constitution besot tho pathway sation Clark county people aro Blackburn is looking out for Col with bo many difficulties that du- Â¬ now hoping for tho passage of a Salyers interests and at this timo ring tho sixty days allotod to a ses Â¬ bill which has been introduced by it seems that tho Colonol has a sion of tho logislaturo in tho futuro thoir Representative relativo to clear fiold Wash Cor Courior should a bill moot with opposition tho transfor of criminal cases by Journal it would bo in tho power of two which they hopo to bo relieved of inon by making dilatory motions tho incubus The Lanes Medicine moves tho bow Â¬ Winchester or what is known as filibustering Democrat suggests that under tho els each day In order to bo heal- Â¬ to provont any legislation whatever bill tho cases may be sent back to thy this is necessary during tho whole timo Green Perry county It is unjust to bur- Â¬ ICollur Clork of tho House gives den Clark county with all theso l tho following as tho stops to bo cases but to send them back to taken and tlio timo necessary to Perry county might mean tho sure puss a bill with no opposition dofoat of justico a renewal of tho Bolow I give you anestiinato of old quarrel and tho restoration of c Nc tho number of days required to tho old reign of terror It was im- Â¬ puss a bill through both Houses possible before to bring these cases tflv W Mr Provided thoro is no opposition to to trial in Perry county and it A busi oir samplo bill and no other could would bo impossible to do so now n jss boforo tho legislature it Grand and potit jurors wero intim- Â¬ go through on tho following sohod idated court officials wero impli- Â¬ PLEASANT ulo afraid or cated in tho quarrels and 118818 First day Introduced in tho unwilling to press tho prosecutions fMcUftpsnu k Itouso and referred to a committee and tho influenco of the factions by tlio Second day Koportod blocked judicial machine A THE NEXT MORNING I FEEL BRIGHT AND COMPLEXION NEW AND BETTER committee and read the first time return tothe condition of affairs My doctor MY acts pent on ISstomach this tho It tnj It Ilrrr Third day Printed rind kidney and U a plcuaiit laxative This drink Is would bo unfortunate yet the dis- Â¬ mado from herbs and is prepared for tuoaa easily as Fourth day Head a second timo arrangement of court affairs in tea Itl called Fifth day Head a third time Clark county demands relief and passed All druKfrfsts sell ItntfiOo and tl00 a package If for froofiamplo Iou cannot KoMUsendrouriuldrcM the boweUeaeb Sixth day Lies over under tho Family Medicine move luordiTiotiohealthythlslsnccesmrr -lay OUATOU jrlYOOmVAltl LcHOX Address X now Constitution v Josoph V Dor of Warsaw 111 day Reported to Sonato was troubled with rheumatism Seventh and read first time and tried a number of different LOUIS CO Eighth day Printed remedies but says none of them Ninth day Road second time seomod to do him any good but WIIOLKSALK IKAIiitS IN and roforred to a committee finally he got hold of ono that Tonth day Read third timo and speedily cured him Jlo was much passed pleased with it and felt suro that Elovonth day Signod by Speak Â¬ others similarly afflicted would ers and presented to Governor like to know what tho remedy was o Ono day might be gained in this that cured him He states for tho timo if tho Clork of tho Houso had benefit of tho public that it is Third Race nml Union S CINCINNATI O permission of tho Houso and time called Chamberlains Pain Balm We carrv the Roods tlmt will suit vour to engross and report to tho Senate For salo by Roso iv Jones trade tind our prices are TUB LOWKSt on the fifth day Ordinarily a bill bpeuial attention to mail orders rocpiiros from twenty to thirty days Ho Wants n Now Deal All Around to pass through both Houses and Tho discouraging nows is receiv- Â¬ Â¬ only thou by giving it many privil- ed from tho center of democratic eges over other bills interest that Mr Cleveland objects G K Kkllbi Clork II II to tho re appointment of the old office holders This is sad indeed Mr Albert Favorite of Arkansas Among tho old offico seekers the City Kan wishes to give ourread impression seemed to prevail that ors tlio benefit of his experience when Cleveland was re elected each with colds Ho says 1 contracted and every one of thorn was a cold early last sping that settled for a four year term Nothing on my lungs and had hrdly re Â¬ could have proved moro unsatis- Â¬ covered from it when I caught factory to tho mass of tho demo Â¬ nnothor that hung on all summer cratic party Not that tho old and loft mo with a hacking cough ottico holdors wero inefficient or which I thought 1 never would got unpopular but on account of the rid of I had used Chamborhiins good old democratic theory of Cough Romedy some fourteen yours rotation in office Mr Cleveland ago with much success and con Â¬ rocognizes this principle and there Croup Influerx cluded to try it again When 1 is no doubt that his distribution It Cures CcldiCouihsSor8 Throatand Asthma A so Whooping Cough Bronchitis stages cnl Consumption in euro had got through with one bottle of tho patronago will omphasize certain reliefTor edvencod stujM flratUso at one in b suro oflect aftr taUns tho 1 have You will see tho excellent my cough had left me and tho recognition Louisvillo Post flrst dose Fold by dialers everywhere Lori not suffered with a cough or cold bottles 60 cents and 100 sinco I have recommended it to Mr C F Davis editor of the HOST IS qiUNTITT BKS1 I QIMUTY others and all speak woll of it Hloomfiehl Iowa Farmor says 50y bottlos for salo by Roso lean rccommoml Chamberlains Jones Cough Remedy to all sulVererswith colds and croup 1 have used it in Not a Spasmodic Freak Convictions for soiling a vote my family for tho past two years are as rare in Kontucky as indict and have found it tho best 1 over monts for participating in tho used for the purpose for which it work of a mob Wolfo county is intended 50- bottles for sale Jones whoso onviablo roputation for on by Roso Â¬ forcing tho laws was recontly men YEARS Ho Wants Virus to First Tako FOR tioned in tho Courior Journal has all Worm Remedies Shortly after tho death of old Ren Has led sontoncod a voto sollor to disfran Â¬ EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEFD Butler we published an oxtract chisement for lifo Tho public in a Nashville SOLD EVERYWHERE contompt and condemnation ex Â¬ from an editorial rtfpsrKlbj HICIUBISUTATLURltP CO BTtOCIS pressed in tho verdict will bo oven papor as ifcsantplo of u hatred oven more otVootivo than tho sentenco it boyond tho gravo Editor Norris CIIAS BUCHANAN solf in discouraging traffic in tho editor of tho Cynthiana Times sulVrago providod the sentenco rep Â¬ published tho samo as original mat Â¬ resents substantial public sonti ter and Editor Roberts of tho Lex Â¬ PracUGai Booi3aDemaK8r mont and is not a mero froakish ington Loador common tod on it HAZEL GREEN KY Our laws and said Editor Norris had the Speeial attention to ltepairimr and satis spasm of righteousness Tho latter resontod the faction Kuarunteed Shop at old Cmmnins against bribery in oleotions aro for willies insinuation and has filed a libel stand on the hill near the Herald otlice the most part doad letters as dead 100000 Exactly what us tho anti gambling law tho anti suit for FLOYD UYltU cigarotto law anti trust law tho tho willies aro is not stated but XJL Cumpton Ky warohouso bill and a long list of if it damaires a country editor to ATTORNEY-AT-LA- Y tithor measures whoso onactmont tho oxtont of a hundred thousand Jr- - AliHtraets of title furnished collet consumed valuablo time but which dollars wo hopo it is not contagious iB WO want to got vaccina- - tlnus made and prompt returns Kuuruiiteed nave nevor boon onforcod Tho or if it State will bo entitled to congratu- Â¬ tad bofon coming In contact with J lations if tho Wolfo county out Â¬ Bro Norris W inchostor Demo- orat HOWARD STAMPER break of morality should bocomo Attornky-at-La- w chronic and epidemic Courier Turkeys Pay Bettor Than Calvos CAMPTON KY Journal Sovoral weoks ago a man bought W 0 Misso of Wolfo county a thirty pound turkey to Richmond Will practice hi the courts of WoUeand the enrolling clork of tho sonato was and sold it at 15 conts a pound or aillolnlnu couimes ah iiimHtri vniriinieu cure Mill receive prompt attention fqr fl60 Anothor man brought a hero Sunday Ho cornea of good oMUS HOUSE old Qlark county stock and wo aro calf to town on Monday good and CAMTTON KY sound but notlargo SOOpoumls glad to soo hi in getting up in tho and sold it at l J conts a pound or Winolioster Dom lKilitioal world s s cspMHS InowtiirroR L50 It is now about timo for paid to tur Cotighiug loatls to consumption moro attention to bo The iwtromiso of the tnivellni pMhlic K Jvoinpd Bi3tViii stons Cl ocotigh at keys and loss to calvosRichmond respectfully KoNelled Talde the lteit mid every Hiteiitlou to iheeomfort oIkucms Climax ouuu TMK BIRTH OF A BILL i DR UJBICGRALL J A positive and permanent cure for nil forms rKtfM ltt4i 11V WWib NILUIUIHUMIHannfacWrtiif 135 E MAIN tRcn i uninr - I HBUMGHE JUNDjNEURAL6IA The most prompt safe nud sure relief for all acute pains in any part of the human system NIMXIAIIY COMlOUNDKD WCTTW VUsBsU Jiwilir STREET I j Custem llMiie Square LEXINGTON KY S AV1HTE1IALLMD fill nervous diseases IlKiniON INI The result of many years experience as a specialist in tic treatment of pain WATCHES m B The Dr Whitehall Mccriuilne Co Gentlemen Mv wile had not heon free from headache tor two days at a time for ten years until she used vour celehrated remedy MKGKIMIXK It stops her head ache and leaves no had elVects and that is more than all my medical friends and mv I positively self have heen aide to do recommend its use for nil forms of headache or neuralgia Take it strictly in accordance with directions and you will in surely be relieved Ymm trulv S June 2G 188P DIAMONDS CLOCKS JWlLRY Solid Sillier AND Â¬ Optical Goods It PKATT - M I nt The olllco on pgySll KiitirantroHeraldrent- a box ioh iO tlvo H G FEDER 107 WfMX R WW agent of the owner I oiler for sale at private contract a valuable farm in Morgan county Ky containing As KACE STKEET MfUABLETARl 2 CINCINNATI OHIO OFOR SALE Pimi- buy oioyks iwANKiyrs srs liMiiy nl knus UNDKUWKAi till 1 JCut Price House j JK53 SHAWLS I10SI- ot Ktimll rhiwuicM nml other izooils in Notion and 111 fii tiliinr flfififltt itm II G LANESHEDICINE STIX Co Chuioli Street New York This farm is located miles east of Hazel Green on the roail leading from ItutliMiUiii lSCCiSeciiil attention to until orders church lo West Liberty and is only one half mile from the church building Ad joining the place is the public school buildSIGHTriSnpRICELESSJ k room ing for the district There is a dwelling on the place in good repair and a good burn 30x 10 feet Ami all who would retain it hhoultl consult Sixty acres tif the land is cleared and the remainder covered with a virgin forest of Oak Pine Poplar etc There is iipplendid well ofwnternnd a fine 5 10S Acres Mo hi oh Less FKnrn 1100 Â¬ Â¬ OTIS W SNYDER DKALKll IN young orchard of 50 bearing apple trees on the place Dry Goods notions VltvWl d30tf nml balance in one and two year with cnuul notes at 0 per cent well secured 5yror further particulars address SPECTACLES DIAMONDS SPKXCKU COOPKH Ihi7el fireen Ky JEWELRY WATCHES Nokth UiiKU Stkkkt LEXINGTON KY EVERY jH tfDI VTlie best oculist in the State is with this house and uriees on everything the lowest Call on him when in Leiuutou ts emlly ciiriRl by nnv one of cither nx In any jmrt of tluCimiitry wdo U willing to work iulu t trloiMly at the eiiiplowiuiu wliirli wt ftiniMi The labor Is light mil jiliiMUit niiil on run no risk vhnteer We lit ou out eMiilteeo that you can rive the buoluc a lilal without expiio tojourself For tlio e willing to do a little work oa can work this U the traiukMt oilVr nuuK all ilny or in the evening oalj If jou are em plov iil ami lanun few tiarehnim at your utllie them ami ultl to our lucomo Yon will ill not interfire at all our buti be nmsizid oa the start at the rapidity and i uji b which ou auitn dollar upon dollurdny iainul In out Kvrii lHgimier ate iicielul from the first hour Ativ om can run the tusiu hoik fail Voit should try nothing cle until you mi for xoiir elf what xou can do at the IhijIiiiss whlih we oirer No capital ri ked Women are grand woiker nwadiv thev make a much a men Ihev should trv this busineds ns it is so well adapted to them Write at once and ee for yourself Aihlrea 1 UAMKTT A CO tU-po-- dul Hi bHil HblSiulli t You can attend school at Hazel Green Academy live months at the following cost 2 per week IJoiinl Tuition i2 per month Washing 10 cents per week Teachers Course IiiKsiness Course and Preparatory Course Instruction Thorough Discipline Firm Expenses Minimum Vocal llov hSO loitlund lie J Instrumental Music f0 cents per lesson 25 w ROSE DeBUSK lUtACTIOAIj Blacksniiliis and Wagonmakers HAZKL GHEKN KY lUacksmitbiug of all kinds solicited tind work proniitlv done We make a specialty of building I horso wagons and guarantee all work NOTICE All who are indebted to the firm or either of us for work must come and settle and cash orsatislaetory terms will he demanded for all work done hereafter Thanking you for past patronago and soliciting a continuance of the same we ate HOSE respectfully DkIUSK Â¬ Mi Gousky will jbe eseeial attention to our Elocution and Heading classes Ivery pupil beyond the Fifth Header grade should enter our Reading Drill class Knter school now and prepare for the Inly examination DINGEELDEU WITH - VII1IFME 20 iSTES CREAi J M ROBUfSON Importers and Jobbers of CO DRY GOODS AND s NOTIONS i til XiiSk Is Sclontlfic American Agenoy for Nos 537 530 nml 541 -- West Main Street tfiiiiiii it X T n 1 JllWl t Z5 fotnv uibvs DE8ION PATENTS W riniunie QkU or lnrorraauon na rreo tiaiiabook write to MUNN A CO- nr KJ ima jr llr m H A Mr OAVrATS LOUISVILLE KY sflMs JL v HILLIPS WITH W M KERR 3 CO JOllllKKS IN Oldest bureau for securlnjt patents In America Krery ptant tteu out by us la brousht boforo tlio public r notice glrea free ot cburgo lu tho - 301 UllOADWAY NSW VOKIT LartrMt circulation of nr Kleutlflo paper In tho No inteUljrcnt world BplemlkllT lllustratoil man should bo without It Woe sir 8300 a year U0alx mouths Address 410NN A co iUiiusuEiuJ 301 llroadwar New You Cltr Hardware Agricultural Implements OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS MALTA PLOWS COOKS MILLS EVAP OKATOKS CHAMPION KEAPEHS AND MOW EPS STODDARD AND ACME HARROWS Ac c DOORS AND SASH A SPECIALTY 110 ami 112 A fiSrUttgT HU feOly MAUPIN WITH Sicoxn I RONTON Strift 0 D H CARPENTER CATLETTSItUKQ KY WHOLESALE DRY GOODS NOTIONS HOOTS SHOES Ac J H PiERATT jHrUntililr nntl Single Rigs nml Saddle Horses for hire Parties convey ed to any point on mi won Livery Feed and Sale Stable HAZEL GREEN KY tt i or Chambtrlains Ey and Ointment pnn C A certain core for Chrooio Sore Eye Tetter Salt Rheum Scald Head Old K ieaBs O able terms Chronic Soroa Fover Soros Eczema will also attend to nil calls formic Itch Pndrio Scratches Sora Kipplea ofeh buitnetts and Pilaa Jt Is cooling and soothing tioiieering nud ltespectfullv of this kind Hundreds of oases have bosa cared by JOHN 11 PIKUATr it attar all other treatment had failed noil I INK JOItM11 AT THIS OI 1ltIMlNO It is pat up a 33 and CO cent boxes 1 rrl TIl X V