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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 tfi jfi e SPEMCCR COOPER Owner unci Editor Hazel Green Jll Of n Noisy World With Nows From All Nation v Ki xvAjLjJ tloo A YIAR 10 1803 Always In Aitvaneen 4 rj m LumbTing at His Back EIGHTH YE All IfAZETi GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY FRIDAY MARCH NUMBER JUMMXKTjrOX fi0 fie Great Clii OK Mai lislmieiil AN AWFUL ROAST EX GOVERNOR BUCKNER SKINS GOVÂ¬ ERNOR BROWN ALIVE And Holds Up His Dlslirjnrfld Carcasn to the PubUo Gaze Louis ANNOUNCE Gus Straus J P From tlio Lexington Lcmlvr Hon lnlin Ymnifr llrown Proflilcnt Honril tilSliikini ln ml CoimmxuloiHr Sik 1 huvo rontl n coiiununion lion dntod Fob 10 1808 nddrmsod LEXINGTON KY HE AltMVAL OF to Kentucky and Bignotl by you and lolin W Jlcadlcy Ah your ussaultH aro aimed at liio and BontutivoH of tlo fionnto and liouso of rupro SPRING I CLOTHING in M Jer I We JJLll si House MM iHilffi -BEST GOODS Â¬ LOWEST PRICES We have the Finest and Largest Tail- oring Establishment in the State t MAIL ORDERS FILLED PROMPTLY carry the Largest Stock ot Boys ViiliUiCUO UJUtllJJUg 111 JUtJJLlllg LU1I 1 rtfki fl B LOUIS t 3 GUS STRAUS isftf V fl mi Jieatllns5 ft i rAAiii TV tr1 b flW bt It St I W J LEXINGTON KENTUCKY gcntlcnuin with whom T huvo boon uHsociatel in ollicial life it is in- Â¬ cumbent on me to comment on some of your HtntomontH J will notice irHt your allusion to me in regard to the construction nml leasing of the branch penitentiary My duties in tho cennection with the construction of tho building were imposed by the acts of April 1SS8 80 and May You state that the appropriation for building purposes was exceeded but you obtain this result only by charging against the appropriation the sum ot 8520 the salary of the com- Â¬ missioner and his clerks This is contrary to the ruling of thu at Â¬ torney general and opposed to the uniform precedent governing such cases You call in question the propriety of constructing a rail- Â¬ road switch for each railway to the depot or river When an individual owns prop- Â¬ erty of which lie desires to dispose he usually oilers its accessibility to business as one of lU greatest advantages The same rule applies to1 public property You seem to have a singular obliquity of vision in regard to the moral aspect of tho question It was Andro Agure beck w ho proposed to send a chal- Â¬ lenge and then break faith with his opponent in order to make a tool t him ion reason as it the state should enter into a contract with one of iu citizens like a Shy lock exact its pound of llesh and then refuse to carry out its own contract on tho pretense that it would be a benefit to tho contrac Â¬ 1 semblance of true manhood und though there may lio within the same petty passions which now disfigure you put n swashing and und u manly outsido that the peo may fondly delude themselves with tho hope that you uro not altogether unworthy of tho confidence they once reposed in you After eight Â¬ een mouths of painful gestation amid throes and agonies to which the convtilhions of the mountain that brought forth a mouse worn as nothing you were delivered of the stillborn monstrosity whoso dis Â¬ section you have mndo it my pa in- Â¬ fill duty to perform Adopting the theory of tho murderer that returning were as to go oer you attempt to sustain your sup Â¬ pression of fact by the assertion that the charge you make in this item is sustained by the records in the auditors oflice which is untrue Tho allegations aro so Sea ffMt Taeetae VallaatWiM It Uktl lull Afalast the OlaoUMtl Peat groundless and their fallacy so transparent that you might well paraphrase tho poet and pitoously Oh what a tangled exclaim web 1 weave whenor 1 practice to deceive As nothing had occurred to illus- Â¬ it above the lowest mediocrity you evidently thought that the road to glorious achievement led through tho dark labyrinths of defamation seem not to have hesitated to re- Â¬ sort to questionable methods Though this mode of procedure in your past life had caused your name to be inscribed in dishonor on tho archives of tho government you failed to prollit by a lesson which must have proved so humil- Â¬ iating The contrast between you and Kentuckys noble sons is so painful that T can not entertain for you any harsher feeling than one of profound compassion and therefore dismiss you to the con- Â¬ templation of your own dark thoughts and to the repair of your torn tattered and tarnished repu Â¬ As success in Huh lino could not be attained by fair means you trate your administration or place ense bus occupied ten dilys in tin United States court in which a host of prominent politicians preachers and business men have been testifying regarding what they knew of tho a flair ami of tho character of tho persons involved Friday the jury gave a verdict for Mr Hiilliun for 2500 and coqts which will be as much again The suit against tho Kentucky Post comes oil in the United Slates court in Covingtyn in May Thu paper has been a bitter enemy oT Mr Hullnm und the Hon Harvey Myers his law partner A gation that of Kenton county to Col Berry forn financial considera Â¬ tion and tho innnngorH of the papers secured Mr JInllainH bill of expenses from the St Nicholas Hotm by sending there some un Â¬ known individual who represented himself as a son of Col Jierry The bill was puhlialiod in fao smile accompanied by comments and suggestions to the intent that Col Berry had paid the bill and that it was part of the arrangoiuent between Jlalhun and Berry The hotel in question lnul board Â¬ ed the Kenton delegation while at Warsaw Tho way the bill wiw obtained by the papers raised a storm and the hotel proprietor asserted that the bill was irivon to the alleged son of Borry by mis- Â¬ take and that the bill was not in Â¬ tended for Berry at all Mr Hullnm sued tho Cincinnati Post for 10000 for libel und tho One of the scores crowing out ot the congressional fight in tho Sixth district last summer had ita end Friday in tho United States court in Cincinnati The Kentucky Post and tho Cincinnati Post shortly after the close of tho Warsaw con Â¬ vention which nominated tho Hon Alberts Berry made a publication charging that the Hon Thoodoro Hal lam had transferred his dele- Â¬ - v 4 N I a l tation he S B BtCKVFIt SQUARED Justices Charge to a Jury UP The opinion of tho attornoy gen Â¬ eral the correctness of which you I fiVf Al llB probably will not question was mil J i task inpKory urovo Knrm romo of Juy KyoWcc Kncinc Win wiyn Alter trying JOT alrT iiiilP overy known remedy 1 riiiiocl a hit co lltindi 2 that the supplying of bedding etc of tun years MundlnK from u year old llliy Z for tho penitentiary was within tho Z with throo applications of powers and duties of tho sinking general QUINNS OINTMENT- - fund commissionerto underpeniten tho laws applicable ItlsthofocntpropnrnUonl hnvc over used or lirnrd S J hero was accessiolo to s tiaries of 1 heartily recommend It to till lloremuu m on tho books in tho auditors you We have hundreds of such testimonials ollice the information that not Prlcr 8130 per bottlr Aide your drucxltt for It I Mm one cent lias been paid by the dot not kit It wild hi USc Hliiiiii or nil vt for trial fcox VS 11 KIIV CO Whitehall N Y JHJIvTJjJTKJlDE UAHK Htute for beds bedding or any other article required to bo furnished under the lease It was your svrrrvss 7 izszvrzv CO to know these facts and tosoo duty that T fls2u the obligations of the lease wereÂ¬ S enforced It is therefore to bo pre 8 sumed that you knew that tho state v at Tin S had incurroti no exponso whatevor s in this account and when you as Â¬ s si serted that tho arrangomont4vas s made to fix this expense on the tho Kv - i state that tho state would bowore Lfixins St No 12 W u 0 consequence you loser in N Koaulnr Meals 25 Cents Mrnlx tt Order at All Hours Brett kfnt from ft w conscious of deliberately misrep Â¬ o v m to A M t i a M Dinner from 10 a m U i M Mtmier trom resenting thu facts You spoak of S l M Ovstero Lamb Fries Fish IhiekeiiH ami Jnnilri a iwwlty Open w a delinquency m from 5 a m to TJ r CUS LUICAKT nropnoior If n delinquency exists it has becomo such during your adminis- Â¬ tration with its settlement your FLOYD DAY J TAYLOR DAY predecessors have nothing to do m You well know that that tnoy are powerless to intervene and that the duty of enforcing a settlement devolves especially upon yourself Wlioli Milo nml Hctnil Dealers in hut instead of executing tho plain duties devolved upon you by tho laws you turn asitlo from tho per Â¬ formance and snap and snarl and whino like Mn strango cur at tho HAZEL GUKEN KY manner in which your two imme Â¬ diate prodecossors porformid their and howl hyena like over Largest Stock and Lowest Prices dutygrrve of the lamonted Black- Â¬ the as if to drag his honored of any house in Eastern Ken burn in tho arena in extenuation bones tucky Live Stock Saw Logs of your own dolinquonoy Slmnui School Claims and Country Pro Â¬ on stich potty exhibitions of hih duce taken in cvchango for novolent spite 1iiUha discontin- Â¬ oods or on notes and accounts ued you may onforco on some grand jury tho unpleasant duty of pre senting you m h cotunion jhjoiu VJJUH3 II JUIl JIVp It AKWUIIIO not Give uja cull wt At tlito ofltce t secomlel JSSLTlSJSA ut on if you en tit the evoryboUy we bve Jow mvo money KcrKKCFci Any 1 tor Col Thomas Jones Returns tho Money Ho Had Taken While In Oflice County Clerk Col Thomas Jones of Campbell county who was in dicted by the grand jury recently rr 6BAOT y OFHNXN 3jk HIQllSttKITOttH ton Short MI GeplHape Â¬ PIRST OLASS JOB PRINTING lt ing a jury is a now business to mo as this is my first caso Yon have henrd till tho ovidonco in tho case us well ns myself you huvo nlso henrd whut tho lonrnod counsel huvo suid If you boliovo whut tho counsel for tho plaintiff bus said your verdict will bo for the plniu- uii out n on tno otnor imiioyou boliovo what tho defendants coun- Â¬ sel ha told you then you will give a verdict for tho dofondant But if you aro liko mo and dont boliovo ABLEST STATSEMAN IN AMERICA what either of them has said then Ill be 1 d if I know whatyoti will The London Dally News On the Cleveland do Constable tako charge of tho InaHguratlea jury Louisvillo Post The London ICng Daily News Oar Jee Per Persia says in a leader concerning tho in- Â¬ Tito Washington correspondent Mr Cloveland is auguration doubt the ablest statesman of tho Courior JournnI says Hop without in America to mi ot tho trying ques Â¬ rosoiitativo Kendall has received tions before him It is idle how quite a nuinlwr of lottors from evor to expect him to abolish prominent Kentucky democrat protection at a stroke JIo will sot indorsing him for tho Persian mis- Â¬ himself rather to reform thorn than sion Mr Kendall has made many wnrm friends during his aorvioe in to revolutionize uirilW Â¬ tho house who would be plewttd to Tho Nows then prophesies harmoM nious rolntioiiR lietwoon ho United boo hi in got the appointment States and Kugjund during tho in- Â¬ far as known Mrt Kendall ha no coming administration und ex Â¬ opposition for this position froin presses the opinion thai nob tho any democrat in Kentucky slightest friction will bo caused by Ja4fe Eiterts Uayer CMm Twtttqn England the Hawaiian question Baundur who idiot William has none but the kindliest wishes and killed T Jmlgtf A for America snytf tlio loader in town martini at conclusion and tho two countries while lie wtia alHmt Crab Orchard twoyeait have really no conflicting or divid- Â¬ whs given two year in th petti ten -ing interests tiary by a jury laat week ThU ie AVantki At tjhis office mrm the third trial of the ow potato onion wis for wfafoh w Tf you are biliou calf at tli will py Hih market prk ottee and vt a free mmm1 of Dr rfy Take Thk Hkjau only 1X WhiWiid Pa mtbiUotw pills himself and his friends quite vig- Â¬ orously to mako mutters square with the state JIo succeeded Fri- Â¬ day in raising 1000 LS which he paid over to lorry Hastings trus Â¬ tee of the jury fund as a full set Â¬ tlement of all delinquent indebted Â¬ ness to the state Jle had last week paid in 5000 before the exact figures of tho deficiency wore He is now financially even known with the state Tho criminal in- Â¬ dictment against him is still pend ing and he is to bo tried March 11 It is piito probable however that nothing will bo done in tho way of Tho settlement was prosecution a stirpriso to some of tho colonels friends who did not think ho could raise the money 1 for embezzlement has been stirring Major Lnno delights to tglliu joko as much as anybody and hu tells this ono on himsolf Many years ago when ho was younger than he is now ho had a caso be Â¬ fore it newly oloctod justico of tho peace Jt was a duniugo suit and tho major represented tho plaintifV and had mado a thrilling appeal to the jury The counsol for tho do- fense had also mudo n lengthy talk in behalf of his client Fmnlly the charge had to bo mudo to tho jury and this is tho way tho jus- Â¬ tico delivered it Gentlemen of tho jury Charg- Â¬ ti 151 M MKfbrt l vw vjtos v r 2t v Hazel Green j i Herald Publlshor ICY 8lBNCJEK COOPRK UAZEL QIU3BN UNDER THE ROD Wilt Hod glvo hack ngnlivnomowhcrc Homo tiny Mno own that 1 no loved but could not hccpT Morn lovu Imth tlo tlmii I doth anymiyt Mon team tlmn tntnu huvo wept did Hit uyiM vrncpT More morn tlmn I lovo hath Ho loved mo ho J tun too weak to knew Only to tm tjlail no llttlo whllo wo mot My loved mid I our jwihIhk wuh mo licet Onty to touch lips und purl with nil roKrot Moro hitter far thut meollriK wnn so nwcvt Icacor Ah ho llttlo who commend It know WlmtiMigulMi rttokn mo not I ennnot yot look up nor through my tenrs Quito rco thoy blind mo no how llfo cnii ho A IiIchhIiib nny more or how the yonrn Can ono by ono bo borno I cannot co Through ntrcatnlng oyc tho way I am to go It Is too dark to know My foot hnvo trod a dcnolato mountain ronRO Where blood baa marked my footstep nil tho way My loved went from mo on tho ca of change And can I hoo the shorca where drifted thoy Jf I but climb fnllhH heights ah ay you so I muni press on I know Yot wiy not pouco for how can penco or rem Do la Unit heart ho torn nud rent n mine I can endure but penco lllcs that wild tireiiHt That llko a inangled wronched and bleeding vino HcmornclCH 1 blaxtH aro beating to and fro IVftco Jtest Ah no uh no con endure ayo bond If need must be Among tho lowliest gleanora of OodH Held tho whllu I would for comfort I could know that Ho Forltciirn to ehlilo mo if I do not xmlle II will bo over Hoon tho weeplug so Ho will forbear 1 know And when an days wear on I Hhull huvo gained Strength from Ills ritrcngth mid Ulolnciui to slinll lo Htlll rcgrotful that I pained Somo other heart may be with my despair Not two nor rent but Iosh of anguish mi He gives at luHt I know 1 lHar If Ho gives again Homewhrre nomo day Mltio own that I bo loved and ho noon loit It half Becma I possessed not O I may tu rcpoMoaslon bo forgot tho cost may cotnpensuto so And prloa of Joy Then Ho may Clam M Ho will I know Greene In Christian IHo at Work VANTWILLBRS WILL How Its Loss Affootod a Trusted Employe ft I jjot up at seven Vclock that my tooic break fiiHt at mornitif luuttstouiod restaurant anil at nine- lly thirty I wok at my oflieo oil litis 1 moan Unit of VunLwillcr tt i Co a very rich miming nouso roprtv Minted In both Merlin anil Now York For live years 1 hail boon Vnntwillcrs oonUilontiol olork He hail token me into all Iuh schemes anil often hutl ne lUiiinteil mo with his most private af- Â¬ fairs In a business way of course I He was just the man to need a moan ovaningV I exclaimed I did sir This noto was one ho hod sent Into on the previous evening telling me to bo at the otllco on tho tnorrow without foil us ho had most Important business to com municate to me Well after I have glanced over tho letters please lock the door and have tho keoper instructed to admit no ono Â¬ Â¬ eonllileutial elerk in danger of falling ing just u little forgetful Sometimes he grew fussy or impatient and said things which in two minutes ho would not remember having uttered Tho stress of business which owing to the reputation of tho llrm was enormous was competently managed by his two hons who had the direct commaud of the large number of clerks employed in the banking house My business was to attend to tho correspondence of tho old gentleman and to answer business calls In short 1 conducted tho bank Â¬ ers aftoirs and roccived u most gen Â¬ erous salary for the position As 1 said I arrived at my otllco at I entered the door half past nine crossed over tho room and hung my suck coot on tho nail in a littlo closet adjoining tho olllce In a moment I was into my duster and busy with tho usual morning correspondence At half after ten ono of the ofllco boys come In to toll no that Vantwiller Si 1 got down from was coming down my choir and went over to his desk a vary elaborate aud handsome pleco of furniture 1 arrauged his papers llxeil his chair and turned to greet the head of the llrm as ho appeared In tho doorway Jood morning Mr Thurston said Did yon receive my noto last he Â¬ Old and every day ill ho was becom Â¬ UvsA I will call you in llftcon minutes and wo will settlo the ho continued business I mentioned last evening 1 returned to my dosk and began to look over tho New York Herald When tho quarter of an hour wur up 1 glanced ovor to where Vantwiller was Ha was still bujiy with his lot hcutcd Presently he took up a pleco of tors papor and examined it mont carefully Tho clock lmud crept oa to the Imlf honr and soon forty minutes had passed I do actually believe the old man forgot that such a person hs J was in the room Hud it been unyonR else I would have interrupted him by a pleasant remark or so but I kuaw tke tuan my employer was I had triod it one before and never forgot the hI- - until after twelve oclock a sort of halMntcrcst ed manner my mind dwolltng on tho fact that ho would not live much long- Â¬ Ills appearance roodtly spoke er that 1 began to wonder what disposi- Â¬ tion he would make of his wealth for ho was very rich and whether there would bo the usual light over his forÂ¬ tune At twenty minutes past eleven Air Vantwiller Inid down his pinef Mr Thurston said he I have a very Important errand for you to per-Â¬ forin to doy draw u chair up to tho desk and I will explain I did as ho bade To make a long story short the old gentleman had mod6 his will Ho acquainted me with its contents aud desired that 1 convey It to his lawyer on my way home that afternoon I ho concluded Mr Thurston hope you appreciate tho position in which I have placed you Vou arc tho only ono who knows the contents of that paper savo myself and my lawyer This document must of course be kept absolutely secret until I am dead Therefore In convoying it to Mr Branson jou will of course use every precaution not to loso It It Is neces Â¬ sary that he should have it to day If ho is out give it to Mr Rollins his clerk with Instructions to have It de- Â¬ livered to him as soon as possible Ho handed me tho document which 1 at once put among the other impor- Â¬ tant papers in tho pocket of my strcot coat hanging in tho closet 1 went buck to my desk to finish the mornings business intending to deliver tho will on my way up town that afternoon I had hardly resumed my work when Mr Vantwiller requested me to go on some errand for him The nature of it is immaterial It was only down- Â¬ 1 was gone about half an stairs but hour As I returned I heard laughter in the ofllco Upon entering I noticed that the banker wus entertaining some friends Two gentlemen were there with him and all were laugh- Â¬ ing heartily The old gentleman ap Â¬ peared very jolly His mind was ev Â¬ idently undergoing one of those nu merous relaxations so frequent in him Thoy were just preparing to leave for luncheon and while they were talking and laughing 1 went over to the closet to change my duster for my sack coat As I did so I felt for tho papers in my pocket They wore there all right Ilefore leaving I turned at the door to bid tho banker good day but he was so engrossed in his attention to his friends that 1 did not foci It my place to interrupt him So I closed the door ufter mo and descended into the street 1 stopped at a restaurant to get a luncheon and then started for Nas Â¬ sau street where Mr Ilruusons of Â¬ llco was I was in no particular hurry having the entire afternoon in which to deliver the important documeut and so I sauntered along slowly making plans for tho rest of the day and thinking over the conversation I hud had that morning with Mr Vantwiller I had not far to go however and soon ar rived at the lawyers ofllee I sent up my card and awaited a reply It came saying that Mr ltrunson was not in but that tho clerk would attend to everything The clerk happened to bo my particular friend Ned Rollins How dye do Thurs he exclaimed ns I entered So the old man has made his will Mr Mrunsou told me about it this morning Oh Yes Thats all right Ill attend to every- Â¬ thing lust hand it over to me ltrunson wont be bade until morning Unexpected business you know Hows your sister Heard from her latelyV While he was saying this I had taken tho bundle of papers out of my pocket 1 stood with them in my hand waiting for him to finish Yes Vantwiller has made his will replied I ignoring his last question Will you please give this document to Mr ltrunson in tho er that is when I iind it Why 1 surely put it in with these papers Where in the deuce can it be Let me see now Ill go ovor tho pockago again No My heavens man the will Is not thero Why Thurs Whats tho trouble You aro as white us a ghost Havent you got tho will For Heavens sake dont talk so I hoarsely whispered to him loud lot it No Hut I had it when I left the oflieo at least those papers were in my pocket and the will with them for I put It thero not half an hour be Â¬ fore I came hore I crossed over tho room and leaned against tho window casing Moment by moment tho realization of what hod happened became more vivid What are you going to do about It asked Rollins iu u very cold business Â¬ like tone which wont straight through In Â¬ Â¬ w at him -- me Do Do I dont know Why man do you roalio what hus happened to mo I think 1 do Thurston this with a slolcly smile You hovo lost ono of Vtintwlllors important documents probably his ono most so He hesitated a moment looking steadily at his Of course he will havo linger nnlls to be notified of this Thurston at 1 once must send a message to him Â¬ speaking quickly and excitedly llvo me ono chance at least ltrunson will be away until morning and Vautwlltar is out of town live mo this afternoon and evening to hnut it up Vcrhaps aftr all I dklnt pat it la my pocket but left it on the If I dont Hud itwhy thenwll- - suppose I must tioH Syl old mmr get Willt he read the documeut J giued take tli cottMiMu No dont Not yet I interrupted this wont you It may savo my reputation Ho looked at mo fully a mluuto after I know Unit 1 was I had llnlshed trembling aud that anxiety and fear were stamped on my fueu Ned Rollins ttnd I had always been great friends Wo had long ago promised to aid each Perhaps It other In time of trouble was the helpless way I looked nt him which made him remember that promise Well Ill do as you soy but Va only for you that I would do It Go bock to your ofllco do what you can and report to me by seven to night I will be waiting horo for you After that if you cannot iind it of course you know what must bo done Somehow or other I got down Into tho street and bock to my olllce As I ran upstairs my manner must havo alarmed tho ofllco boy for he followed me Into the room Is anything the matter with Mr he asked advancing Vantwiller sir to my desk I answered a good No nothing deal more sharply than was necessary showed him out At tho some tlmo rather unceremoniously and locked tho door after him For two hours 1 made a most vigor Â¬ ous search for that missing document I ransacked the closet overturned and pried into overy nook and corner of my desk and examined the top of my cm plojers The inside I could not see it being locked In a moment of impa- Â¬ tience and despair I oven tipped up the wostc bosket and looked through its contents Failure mot mo wherever I turned At four oclock I gave up the search doing over to the front win- Â¬ dow 1 sat down or rather dropped into a chair My face was streaming with sweat due to my constant search and the situation in which I was 1 was completely placed rattled I Every could not tried to think but thing went round and round It was necessary for me to resort to a glass of brandy from the bankers cabinet After that I felt better My mind be came calmer and 1 could face the situ I ation with a little more equanimity glanced at the clock In u very short time I would have to roturn to Rollins confess my defeat and meet tho pun Â¬ ishment due me Thus sat staring down into the street with my mind in no pleasant mood I can assure you Suddenly I saw a carriage coming down town I sprang up and looked more carefully Jood Heavens It was Vantwlllers It stopped at our door the banker de Â¬ scended and entered the building My breath actually seemed to leave noI understood it perfectly Rolbody lins repenting of his action iu allowing me a moment in which to discover the will had notified Vantwiller of its loss And here the banker was now In one minute ho on his way upstairs would cuter tho room see me before him and knowing all would either send me out like u dog or have me arrested For an instant a wild desire to bolt came over me Itut only for an in stant I heard his slow step sounding on the corridor outside In ten seconds the blow came I braced myself against my desk drew four deep breaths and stood ready for tho volley Tho door opened Vantwiller came in gaed nt me very pleasantly and said Why Yon here Thurston I thought you were going to Tarrytown this af ternoon 1 felt as though some one had struck me My surprise wasso great and tho revulsion of feeling so terrible that fairly staggered Vantwiller saw it Are you ill sir said he Whats the matter with you I blurted out I Mr Vantwiller havo lost your will Lost my will What do you mean sir Yes I have lost It This morning when you gave It to me I swear to you I put it iu my pocket with my private papers When I was about to give it to Ilrunsons clerk the A very qucor look came into Vant wlllers face as though he suddenly comprehended tho situation That will sir is locked up in my desk Thats just what I camo bock hore for to deliver It to ltrunson myself In your desk I mumbled And then tho room grew dark The windows began to dance und tho lloor to rook 1 knew that 1 was falling and then 1 had fainted oblivion 1 awoke in my own room with Vant- Â¬ willer himself at my side Very soon It was explained to me When I hud gono downstairs on tho errand after having placed the will In tho pocket of my street coot Vantwiller remembered something he wished to see In the docu ment Ho went to my pookot took tho will out and returned to his desk While ho was looking It over the two friends I hod scon entered and in the hurry und excitement of the moment ho had thrust tho will In his desk When I left the ofllco ho hod not no-Â¬ ticed me and soon after ho doparted with his guests Tho fact had not come to him that he had entirely forgotten about it until late that afternoon Ho at once returned down town to glvo tho document to his lawyer ami on re- Â¬ turning had mot me and tho rest I have told above 1 need hardly say that Vantwiller rapidly grow worse Ills mind con Â¬ stantly lost its power of recalling things and in u short tlmo ho died 1 at one tlmu was honored by an invita- Â¬ tion from his jons to enter the Arin and am now a member of that instltu- - youll grant mo r HIS Woo WIFES ADVICE Uninlillng ICxuprlence Ufin ForcHtn Lnst 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ of Tennessee probably entitled to the distinc Â¬ tion acknowledged in tho south of having killed moro men with hl9 sa Â¬ ber tlmn any other ofllcor or private After tho war soldier on cither side Forrest was for qulto a while in straightened circumstances financially Ho hod becu a gambler but had re- Â¬ formed under his wifes lullucnco Mrs Forrest was a most atninblo woman u devout Christian and tho only person in tho world who could control her hus Â¬ bands temper Forrest looked about In vain for some remunerative position which ho might bo fitted to fill This Finally one night in wos in Memphis desperation ho said to his wife Mary thero Is ten dollars all on earth thero Is between us and tho poor honsc Now why cant I go out and hunt up a gamo of draw She Mrs Forrest protested stoutly wus sure though the wizard of the sad dlo was not sure that the Lord would provide In time that no prosperity could come to them through the gam Â¬ bling den that It would be better to starvo with a clear conscience than to prosper by nny such disreputable mcahs Forrest listened with- Â¬ dol- Â¬ folded tho ten out reply lar bill and replaced it in his pocket Ho wos a man of desperate purposes and withal remarkably sensi- Â¬ Ho thought the matter out very tive seriously indeed On tho one hand was actual want and the disgrace of debt on tho other a possibility of comfort That ten dollar bill wos the key to the dilemma He decided at last to disobey his wife for once and stake his little all at the card table Tho cards ran his way from tho first and his winnings grew so large that he placed his hat down on the tloor besido him and used it as a depository Ho ployed for gold mid bonk notes until two oclock goinghome then with one thousand five hundred dollars From that day until the day of his death though he never resumed his old gambling habits again Forrest never knew the need of money N Y Adver- Â¬ tiser Gen Uedford Forrest Â¬ frtHd OJNTE 3EJVTOI tsm effectually dispels colda U aches and fevers and cures habit constipation Syrup of Figs j oulv romedv of its kind nv duced pleasing to tho tasto and coptablo to tho stomnch proniht its action and truly beneficial m effects prepared only front tho tn healthy and agrecablo substances many excellent qualities corameat to all and havo made- it tho a 1 popular remedy known Syrup of Fics is for sale in and SI bottles by all leading dr gista Any reliablo druggist may not have it on hand will p euro it promptly for any one wishes to try it Do not accept si - Syrup of Figs is taken itispltj nud refreshing to tho tasto xml gently yet promptly on tho KM Liver and I3owels cleanses the Both tho method nud resulti wf I substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP 10VMMEKY SAN FRAN0I8G0 CAL tJE W VOIK CI ELYS CREAM BALM Nt CATAlftEtl 1 Fon TtlllOAT Diskasks axt Couous uso Tkocuih Like all rcatlu iiood tilings they are imitated The genuine are fold only in boxes Browns Hhontimai me thu wedding days almost here I Is Youit blood poor Take Bcccoains Pills Is your liver out of order Use itccchums Vlfls 25 cunts a box Maud Im afraid you dont really love Well what can you expect now that when applied Into tho nostril will ln nti nor I crt effectually demising tho henil of ratnrrluil vlntc ciui FtfAYFEVERiy Inn healthy oeretloiiv It allnyn Inflammaprotect tion tho membrane from mlill tlonalcoM complete ly healsthe ores ami restore nenseof tasto nnilimoll TRY THE CURE A particle Unpplled intoencli noMrlaiHlniifti nlile IrlcoOtviitmit Untwist or liy limit KIV HltOTIIKlts V Wiirron Strflft Now Tort inrh thousand 4 Inch 11 Kit CUBAN IS Niiiniilr box liy moll ft OIPADP IVrfrelu LIuAHo Afnt 1uLI X AUUKH0 iUialtonlt J Â¬ HWFElJ - S jaUETUta Â¬ Â¬ WurNo ship begins to pitch tho posson gers all are unxious to limko a home run later Ocean Â¬ A lO Â¬ JticSMMJnhc f j XSUMWJL y fin ltA Promos Cure Wdkm APerntiMientCure 5 FITS rA -- Absolutely JJ3 Besrr j LUij iwrcunt i HILL rilEKTUmjoawtn T ItKlt Trltl Ihittlo trre b n are nrtor all other fail Add LUK3C0Wct 1luUV A Perfeclr Cure Dak says Â¬ 1 Rev W P Carson Scotland Two bottles of Halls Catarrh Cure completely cured my little girl W H Griffin Jackson Michigan writes Suffered with Catarrh for fifteen years Halls Catarrh Cure cured me Â¬ Aluert Burcii West Toledo Ohio says vj Halls Catarrh Cure saved my life Conductor E D Loomis Detroit Mich says The effect of Halls Catarrh Cure is wonderful E A Rood Toledo Ohio says Halls Catarrh Cure cured my wife of catarrh fifteen years ago and she has had no return of vit Its Â¬ a sure cure E B Cave Ky J Walthall say Druggists Horse Halls Catarrh Cure euros Co -- every one that takes it Medina N MHalls Catarrh Cure cured me MANUFACTURE 11V A Johnson Y says -- vi CHENEY CO TOLEDO O Testimonials sent free Sold b Druggists nts per bottle T5 v11 V F it Uennaa RaWoa in potitou Bud Â¬ 0 l tyft i fe m rivers of Ceylon It 1h elsewhere in I The beryl appears in stx slded prlss no amount T tiVIt SCHOOL AKO OHU1WM compact masses Persia nud Thlbot i and is set in seals ami iutaglios I delect ate of aitiothystln charm can the dream of a miscreant and Burmah and Now Soutii Wales and necklace and coronets It was the joy v Cornell nomm a count in toil But somo one will say why have yon North Carolina yield oxquislto speci Â¬ of nneicnt jowelry It ornamented tho brought us to this amethyst the top ties in this particular tain equsvM mens lis blue oyo is seen in tho valley allhiont with ear drops Cliarlomagno row of the foundation of tlio fccavonly only by Columbia and Chlcaro ttniw of tho Uhltie presented it to his favorites Bonutlfut wall if you are not able to accept the After a burial of thousands of years beryl Exquisitely shaped beryl Di- Â¬ theory of tho 2 Tho Canada Prcsbyierkn ehuruh vj ancient Greeks who said Btnlsh the Wall of tlio Jinporlnl it has been brought tp sight in Egyptian vinely colored beryl It seems llko con Â¬ that tlio amothyst was a charm against requires a years probaUe from mlu KHJinloon vtore n iiuin Stone h W monumctns and Assyrian cylinders At gealed color It looks llko frozen flro intoxication or if you aro not willing istera coming from U fvS denomln Austorllt The Urccn Kntab- or Kriiin Moscow mid St Petersburg and Con- Â¬ the Name But stop not here Climb higher and to accept tho theory of tho nuclout tlons fV fv stantinople 1 havo seen great masses of you como to topaz a bowlldcrinont of Hobrows that tho amothyst was a rlieil Taliimftd Sermon a n mu luiiYutnmY wi uunuim 1 tho sapphire commonly called lapis beauty and named after an island of producer of pleasant My an young Scotch girl of twenty year car b wti dreams fifalumgo returned from his south- - lazuli Tho closer you study niV r its veins the Ucd sea swor is I havo brought you to tho top rlcd oft4 tho honors MgalnKt LftOO yiala QM TV a ir of preaching and lecturing for tho nioro onchanting and 1 do not Climb higher und you como to chry row tho twolfth layer of tho founda- Â¬ students - wonder vh in Koutuolcy Tennessee Alathat the sapphiro is called into soprasus of greenish golden hue and tion of tho heavenly wall of 11100 Tho Lutheran church la America ticorgia and South Carolina and tho foundation of the wall of Heaven hard as Hint miles of circling amethyst to put you sustains 818 home missionaries and n d his course of sermons m isrook- - It makes a strong stone for the founda- Â¬ Climb higher nnd you reach tho ja- Â¬ position where can got a slstH 25151 mission congregations with 1 laving God Everywhere tion for it is tho hardest of all minerals cinth named after tho llower hyacinth in a idea Heaven to you you sco now of lot that n membership of It 1715 at an expendi Â¬ Tho Astronomy of tho except the diamond Sapphiro based and of reddish blue cd on after you havo climbed up twelve strata ture of 280VJ The on jasper a blue sky over a ilery sun Â¬ or Ood Among tho Stars Take one more stop and you reach tho Students must havo had six years 1 or God Among set St John points to it in Kovclatlon top not of tho wall but tho top of tho of glory you are only nt tho base of tho ilosry of tho Bible i S eternal grandeurs to lot you with en Â¬ of classical two years of philosophical The Ornithology of tho and says Tlio second sapphire nturics And foundations of tho wall and St John chantment of soul look far down nnd and four years of theological educa- Â¬ lu or Ood Among tho Minis ho Sun- - this suggests to me that though our cries out Tlio twolfth an amethyst look far up and to forco upon you tho tion twelve years in all boforo taking oko on Tho Precious Stones of earth and all its furniture of mountains This precious stone when found in conclusion that if all our climbing has a four years conrso in tho Catholic uni- Â¬ Amc- - and seas and atmospheres is to iblc or Ood Among tho collapse Australia or Europe or India stands in only shown us tho foundation of tho versity at Washington f Subject Tho Wall of Heaven and vanish wo will throughout all columns or pyramid For color it is a wall what must tho wall Itself bo and A sight at Westminster abbey re- Â¬ Tlio foun- - eternity havo in somo way kopt tho violet blooming in stono Revelations xxi ll For its piny is the outside orowd of Roman l tbK 01 tlio wan oi tnoofcity woro most beautiful and earthly appear Â¬ of light for Its dcop inyHterics of color if this tho inside boof Heaven it what cently was a greatwomen Icncolingat must all Catholic priests and and precious ances whothcr you take this sapphiro for its uses in Egyptian in Etruscan in c wn a nianner liabll this is figurative what must tho tho tomb of Edward the Confessor to of tho second layer as literal or figura Roman art it has been honored 9 ia n Tito reality bo Oh this plled up magnif pray for -- 11 T n finnlc nnd toll Vftil wlinf tive the conversion of tho English Grcoks thought this stono a proventivo icenco of tho Heavenly wall Oh this Wf 1 j people to tho Roman Catholic faith flw ey ciyu j xuujf Tho deep blue of our skies and tho of drunkenness Tho Hebrews thought oternity of decoration Oh this opales ii4 JU ktnnlcu von homesick for Heaven Tho salary and earnings of Rov deep blue of must not will dreams For all Onint j1 rtit fnMnnrtilnifB fnnr ilfin l bo forgotten our seasthousand yearsnotÂ¬ It a sourco of pleasantsource of admira cent lloresccnt prismatic mlroclo of Dr John Unit of Now York havo been HUH wj lovers of gems it is a If a I af al la Jricflnn friends bv civimr What enthronement of so ox n ggo rated at last his son voiiHome ter the world has gone to ashes or you tion and suggcstlvencss Yes tho word architecture all colors A mingling of tho bluo of ThomttH G Hall that u0 Wi if the brilliancy of the scenes in or 1 want to recall how tho is moved to say that earthly amothyst means a prevention of drunk skies nnd tho surf of seas and tho his luce j they now commingle to give all skies looked in a summer noon or tho enness fathers whole fortune including Long before the Now Testa Â¬ greon of meadows and tho upholstory his life insurance docs not equal many inietk loyo the Lord a more elevated idea midocean in a calm wo will havo only to ment mado reference to tho amethyst in of autumnal forests and tho flro of ho till where they arc going to puss tho look at tho second row of tho Persians August sunsots All tho splendors of of tho sums ascribed by imaginative the foundation tho wall of Heaven correspondents ns his annual Income of tho years of their existence of the wall of Heaven Oh I am so glad thought that cups mado out of earth and heaven dashod into these Miss Martha Schnflcld tho founder in Mfosetall tho indifferent and nog that St John told us about it The amethyst would hinder any kind twelve rows of foundation wall All g dr i t0 qutefc and immediate prcpara second sapphire of liquor contained tlioroln from becom Â¬ that mark you only typical of tho spir- Â¬ nnd manager of tho Sehoileld normal While wo aro living and Industrial school at Aiken S C fthat they have it likewise Yea in sight of that wall spirits who have ing intoxicating But of all tho lst nuucc my of om young peo- - come from other worlds and vho never amethystine cups from which the an Â¬ itual glories that roll over heaven like nftcr twonty seven years of unremit 7ill n tho Atlantic and Pacific oceans swung ting toil in educating tho colored chil- Â¬ na Ji stiidy a volume of God that fovv- saw our earth will visit us and we cients drank not ono had any suah re Â¬ in ono billow dren of that state has turned tho open but without some acquaintwill visit them and sometime we will sult of prevention For thousands of e1 with which it is impossible to un- - bo in converse about this eurth when years tho world has been looking in school over to a board of trustees ST GEORGE OF RUSSIA among whom is William Lloyd Garri atid tho Bible I mean tho precious it was yet a lloat and a swing and wo vain for such a preventative amethys Â¬ their crystallization their pow- - shall want to tell them about how it tine cup Staggering Noah could not Thl la tlio Moat Hlf hly frlard Orrior In son nud she will take a nuiuh nccdcd All Kuropr rest f refraction their cleavage their looked at certain times and then it will find it Convivial Ahasurorus driving - vr Aproposo of borders there is ono re ineir lusicr men- - puospuorcs- - bo a great object lesson for all eternity Vashti from tho gates could not find it President Eliot is quoted us saying their transparency their inlini- - and we will say to our visitor from Nabal breaking tho head of beautiful vhich is perhaps more highly prized by at a recent mooting of pcrKons inter Â¬ R color and shape and what they somo other world as wo point toward Abigail could not find it Belshazzcr royal personages than nny other in ested that if Harvard annex could do with the welfare and doom of tho wall of Heaven It looked like that tho kingly reveler on the night the Europe It is that of St George of bring to Harvard university in addition to its plant and what it already has s and tho destiny of nations aye stratum of foundation next to tho low- Â¬ Chaldeans took Babylon could not find Ilussiu whoso feast has just been colo itlvc revelation they make of est John xxL 10 Tho second it Not ono of tho millions of inebri- Â¬ brated with tho customary pomp and the sum of 2f0000 he would uso his Imsclft ates whose skull pavo tho cotinents and ceremony at St Petersburg all tho Influence to have the annex accepted as sapphire text stands us in the presence of Ho expressed A step higher and you come to chalce- Â¬ pave tho depths of tho sea could find it members of tho imperiul family having part of tho university 7H his entire approval of tho nmnnor in st stupendous splendor of tho dony another layor in the foundation There is no such cup Strong drink returned from abroad for thu occasion c and that is tho will of Heaven Founded by tho Empress Cothnrlno It which tho finances of tho annex havo of the wall and running 1500 miles from hollowed amothyst imbrutes tho ys of its foundations that they around tho heavenly city Chalcedony same as strong drink from pewter mug is only conferred for exceptionally bril boon managed Thu woman it ifl said rnished with all manner of pre- - Translucent A divino mixture of It Is not the style of cup we drink out liant services iu time of war and to havo already scoured subscriptions for jjsvmstones All the ancient cities had agates and opals and cornelians striped of but that which the cup contains wear tlio first class of the order it is ono half thu required fund iO 4B fni en fofv nrirl lTmivnn linci n tvnll w V Tho professors in thu colleges of with whito and gray Dashed of pallor which decides tho helpful or damaging necessary to havo commanded in chief a victorious army in tho field So strict Spain aro miserably underpaid often crlasting safety You may say blushing into red nnd darkening into result 61 the beverage wall mado up of all manner of purple Iceland aud tho Hebrides hold All around the world last night and is this rulo that none of tho emperors of receiving no more than two hundred s stones is figurative but vou forth beautiful specimens of chalce to day out of cups costlier than ame- Â¬ Russia save the late czar Alexander dollars per year They endeavor to itr dony York wt understand tho forco and signif-thyst men and women havo been drink Â¬ II havo over donned tho star of tho make a small profit out of tholr toxt of the figure unless you know But now wo must make a Bwlft as- Â¬ ing their own doom aud the doom of first class of tho order and Alexander books each requiring his own book to Kii It about tho real structure and cent to the top of tho foundation wall their children for this life nnd the next II only conferred it upon himself on bo used These books aro frequently su1 lancl valuo of the precious stones for wo can not minutely examino all tho Ah it is the amethystine cups that do tho centennial anniversary of tho insti- Â¬ in manuscript or if printed are sold at unusual prices Tho students also biii loncd Now I propose this morn- - layers and so putting ono foot on tho the wildest and worst slaughter But tution of tho order fe far as the Lord may help me to chalcedony Tlio only two imporial porsonnges up-Â¬ poor resort in consoquonco to second Â¬ of which we havo been the smash of the filthy goblets of the ever fcpt of tlio emerald long ago have hand shops tlio t rent to climb not tho wallthe Ileav speakingarc wo springoftotho way to tho rummcries would tho amethystine takenÂ¬ on whom it has czarsbeen conferred nro a specialty andmado annual fair whero the present undo Michael one third the foundations of place by law but wall and wo is chal of collegiate toxt for his victory at books ask von to loin mo in the attempt top of the foundation for tho fourth ices provont tho chalices out of which Nlcholaivitch ir o shall row is emerald legislatures and congresses drink before Aladscha when ho was in command file some of the heights The colonies woro decidedly Chrispebpartof the way up but better That I would judge is Gods favorito and ufter they mako tho laws Ame of the Russian army in Asia during tho tian In the twenty second article of than stay down on the stupid level among gems because it holds what thystine chalices have been tho frionds last Tureo Russian war and tho lato the constitution of Delaware adopted pe tho most of us have all our lives seems evident is his favorito color on of intoxication instead of its foes Grand Duke Nicholas for his victory at 177 all ofllcors woro required in addi Â¬ G Ifrtaiiding Wo begin clear down earth the green sineo that is tho color Over tho fiery lips of tho amethys Â¬ Plevna Tho present czar wears tho tion to tho oath of allegiance to sub- Â¬ m bottom and where the wall be most widely diffused across all the tine chalico is thrust tho tongue second class of the order granted by scribe to tho following declaration I like his father in recognition of Ills services B do profess faith in God the Father earths continents tho grass tho foli- of biteth that which first layer of the foundation age the evcry day dress of nature Tlio a serpent and stiugeth like nn adder as commander of tho Rustchulc division and in Jesus Christ His only Son and fog all around the city and for ilf omcraldl Kings used it as a seal to Drunkenness is a combination of apoÂ¬ during the Turkish war and ho received in thu Holy Ghost ono God blessed for 7 liundred miles is a layer of jasper stamp pronunciamentos plexy and deinontia Tho four hundred on tho sumo occasion a diamond and evermore and I do acknowledge tho 3 Pink ntti1tniO nttiitwf tIim ftttrrij nf million victims of opium como out to jeweled saber bearing tho inscription Holy Scriptures of the Old and Now mt tnero is more ot jasper in tno For successful command of tho Rust Â¬ Testament to ho given by Dlvtno in- Â¬ ef Heaven tlmn of nnv other bril- - God is by St John compared to it Con- Â¬ meet tho ono hundred and fifty mil- Â¬ Uccauso it not only composes a querors have considered it the greatest lion victims of alcohol aud tho two chulc division spiration Thu Occident tf the foundation but makes up prizo to capture What ruthlessncss agents take the contract for tum Â¬ Tho only other member of tho imWO MEN AT HOTE LS chief part of tho superstructure when the soldiers of Pizarro pounded it bling the human rnce into perdi porial family who has figured among r tho knights of the second class is the They Aro Scnn Morn Tlinn Tliny Ware juper is a comoination oi many with their hammers Emeralds have titon but whether they will suc Yvnrfl Ago It is brown it is yellow it is had much to do with the destiny of ceed iu fulfilling the contract de Â¬ Grand Duko Constantino Paulovitch it is vermilion it is red it is Mexico Five of them wero presented pends on thctaction of the amethystine tho same who so mysteriously surren It used to bo that American women fc it is black and so is striped by Cortez to his bride ono of them cut cups tho amethystine demijohns the dered his rights of succession to tho woro chary about being seen about tho tho ame Â¬ throno in 18121 to his younger brothor hotel corridors frequented by guests Tcolors that much of it is called into the shapo of a rose another into amethystine nle pitchers n jaspcr It is found in Siberia tho shape of a trumpet another thystine flagons tho amethystine wino Nicholas He received it for IiIb splen Â¬ and lonngorof tho malo sex but UiIh Epypt but it is rare in most lands into tho shapo of a bell with tongue of cellars Oh Persians Oh Assyrians Oh did gallantry nt the battle of Loipsio in is all changed I notu thoso women of great value for Oh Egyptians You wero 181J1 boar tho stamp of tho cosmopolite it is so hard the pearl and this presentation aroused Greeks Tho solo member of the roigning fam Â¬ They havo tho air of women of the ary processes can not break it oil tho jealousy of the throno and caused wrong in thinking that a cup of amo Â¬ Cortez But thyst would prevent inebriation But ily who has over received tho third class world who aro not afraid of tho world iltho places where it lias been de the consequent downfall of wl Tho workmen bore holes into the depths of tho sea were decorated standing on the top of this amethystine of tho order is tho presont czars and who aro rather glad that they aro Iwtof jaspor then drlvo into these with those emeralds for in a ship- Â¬ layer of the foundation of the wall of younger brother Vladimir for tho vic- Â¬ in it Tho matrorii havo a charming- Â¬ M litlcus of dry birch wood and then wreck they wont down oft tho coast of Heaven I bethink myself of tho mis Â¬ tories which ho won at Motschka and ly comfortable look betweon fashion Nti tho sticks and keen them sat- - Barbary Napoleon woro an emerald take that many of tho ancient Hcbrows Trostenlck during the Turco Russian und benevolence of tho sort of people mado when they thought that the ame Â¬ war Tho fourth class of tho order lias whoso position in tho great game of luntil they swell enough to split at Austerlitz m and tho fragments aro brought In tho Kremlin at Moscow there aro thyst was a producer of pleasant been worn by Emperor Alexander I life is ussurcd The young women arc U polished transported and crowns nnd Bcoptors and outspread dreams Just wear a piece of amethyst by his successor Nicholas I and by comoly to look upon as a rulo and aro and Iroland is called over your heart or put it under yur tho Grand Duko Aloxls for his services oftenor downright handsome than to cameos and nut bohind tho miracles of cmoruld Islo not because of its pillow and you would havo your dreams in connection with tho pnssago of the downright plain It is pleasing to the wors of museums tho Emerald portraits of Uoman omperors verdure but becauso it was presented filled with everything beautiful and en- Â¬ Danubo in June 1877 Philadelphia eye that they dress for tho most part f Press cut into it Tlio finest intaglio to Henry II of England with an trancing No no with excellent taHte being given The style of pillow will not decide Wen is in the Vatican museum plain emerald ring Nero had a magnifying well fitting tmvullng A Fatal Defect McCorkcr Blob to tad of Minerva in jasper By plnss of emerald through which he the character of tho dream Tho only son has invented a practical schemo for street and carriage gowns nnd In this K fcrmnrrntnnnt iictot nilnrniwl flin looked at tho gladiatorial contests at recipe for pleasant dreams is to do carrying on communication betweon respect form an agreeable contrast to Pplato of tho high priest in the Home But hero are fifteen hundred right and think right when you aro tho earth and Mars the American women of twonty years 0 P Timist Conditions of physical p t ago When I sco them hovering around gt temple But its most signifl- - miles of emerald sweeping around the wido awnkc Then his fortune is made Mo disease may give a good man a night the post ofilco end of tlio ofilco counter fiition is whero it glows and heavenly city in ono layer Corker No on tho contrary He took ana darkens and brightens and But upward still and you put your mare but a man physically well if ho his perfected interplanetary tele- Â¬ or at tho book stall or in front of the a from the lowest strata of tho foot on the stratum of sardonyx white behave himself aright will not bo graphic apparatus to old Dollus tho hotel theater ticket desk I recall the ft Heaven Glad am I thnt tho nnd red a seeming commingling of troubled with bad dreams Nebuchad Â¬ capitalist Dollus saw that tho schemo similar knots of stylish femininity one rat row of stones in tho wall of snow and fire tho snow cooling tho nezzar with eagles down under his would work but pronounced it imprac- Â¬ meets about the office of the continental M i- f head and Tyrian purplo over it ticable melting tho snow is jaspor of many colors and if fire tho fire O P Timist Why how hotels Tho American woman is known l Another climb and you reach the Sar struggled with a bad dream that was that purplo it is purple and if you Old Dollus abroad for her independence of char McCorkor i i Â¬ ffpwn it is brown and if you like dlus named uftor tho city of Sardius made him shriek out for tho sooth said tho invention was no good until actor and her ability and willingness to chrys- Â¬ sayers and astrologers to como and jitlft greon and if you like ochre Another climb and you reach tho 4V somo way wus dovlsod nf getting at look after herself as well as tor hei flno figure and facial beauty In the it is oohro yellow and if you olite A specimen of this belonging to interpret it PharHoahamid tho marble the tolls paid on messages up in Mats i was confounded by big New York hotels you see the same ck it is black vVIt suirffest to mo Epiphanus in tho fourth century was palaces of Memphislean cows nto up tho Puck n j flue types doing the same thing in the to bo so brilliant that whatever a dream in which said is a nlaco of all colors Would you mind lot xame quietly effective lady like man Llttlo Flory pi opinion colors of creed colors was put over to conceal it was shono fat cows and tho small cars of corn de- Â¬ nor At tho Windsor Brunswick Savoy through and tho emperor of China had voured tho seven largo ears and awful ting mo put your ring in tho bath tub colors of taste having famlno was prefigured Pilates wife fow minutes Wo must miKs Mr Prldco What Holland Murray Hill and other swell tin f n fhln Insncction a specimen that is described as Little Flory -- Sister Madgo said modern hotels that partake of the eon foundations of tlio in cat wall of such penetrating radiance that it makes amid clouds of richest upholstery had for a startling dream becauso of which last week sho know youd put your ring tluental type you wilt always see the and after leaving tho jasper tho night us bright as tho day J mi precious stone reached Is sap- A higher climb and you reach tho she sent a message in hot haste to a iu soak to got tho flowers you sent her well bred and attractive women about vi nu t sweeps around tho city beryl Two thousand years ago the court room to keep her husband from and I wanted to try it and see If J thu ground floor lending a eharnt te Â¬ Iuter Ocean New York life but a few years ago un Â¬ Hundred miles All lapidaries Greeks used this precious stono for en enacting a judicial outrage But Jacob could get some It was accounted at Bethol with a pillow of mountain known Pittsburgh Dlspatak savinir that tho minnhfru of tho graving purposes How is my wagon getting along fc what wo lapis lazuli among tho royal treasures of Tyre rock had a blissful dream of the ladder now call A DMubtrul Ap4lxy Youve had it six us with emotion of The Placo The hilt of Murats sword was adorned angel blossoming Bunyan with his asked the butcher vv You have sent sw a bill whiek I nW All ready but the wheels ires mid Ood thought so much with it It glows in the imperial crown head on a hard plank of Bedford jail weeks i once Here Is the reuelpt suW tan Precious stone that he put it in of Great Britain Luther thought the saw the gates of the celestial city St Theyre not tired yet1 returned the angry eMstemer to a marekaat with Well they ought te tpiateox tho high priest com beryl of the heavenly wall was of turÂ¬ John on the barrenest island of theÂ¬ wagon mender rry7S whom lie dealt V fT The second row shall be an quois Kallsoh thought It was chryso- iEgean sea in his dream heard trump be theyve been waiting so loagy said mU tite golden-eol-ore- d Ibe jreur parde ets and saw cavalry men on white the butcher Inter Oeean Joseplius thought It a ftapphiro and a diamond lite A hoTHHS asd a new heaven aud a new 1H4HH tnw9m4j 11WIWI jewel hire is a blue but varies from I Mfyeu WenT unseen sjsenw ennunjiBijnfBnunB TYanted a eook U prepare dinner yJsIoh earth No HPHowat of rough pillow ean wheeh of Eaekisls Mt hue to the deepest ultra- - Theberyl aud vw a rerolvlaf Ir dlsturV tau uiffHt vlU of a saint aud om a meuataiu range DtrH Vr M found a pebble lu the with i i hmscious STONES 35S A r otlt jf v V I i Â¬ Ilnl M- Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ -- Â¬ ST i Â¬ Â¬ r Â¬ j J Â¬ Â¬ Iy 1 v r - - i t i -- h4 -- I i J o tymmmmm SirtGE COOPER - - - Editor HAZEL GREEN KY Friday March 10 1833 CUMU3CT HEWI AKD COMMENT lis V W I I Tub administrntion has now passed into tho hands of tlio clom ocratic party President Clovoland was inaugurated on Saturday amid tho wildest enthusiasm tho oath of office boing admin istorud liy Ohiof Justico Fuller A blind- Â¬ ing snow storm interfered somo what with the original program for MAVTOWN MISSILES tho coremonies but it was not Â¬ LTBolin and family havo moved withstanding a grand affair Every to Woodford county Thomas says body should now bo happy for sond mo Tub IIkkaid Please find enclosed tho cash We havo no trou- Â¬ now the popular song is ble to get a man to subscribo for Orovcr Ortivcrl Tub Herald when ho is going Four more years of Grovcr to leave the country they all want In wc go out they go it to follow them And tiow well be in clover Our friend Jordan Wills and o o o his foreman Jim Gilley are build- Â¬ A cyclone swept through a por- Â¬ ing some nice plank fence on both tion of Mississippi on Friday At sides of the public road between Ilnrnott a small station on the his homo and town which will add Queon and Croscont railroad four Â¬ greatly to the appearance of our rich and fertile valley teen porsons are said to have boon Wo had a wholesale steal noar killed Buildings were wrecked town a short time ago Over 100 and dobris strewn in ovory direc- Â¬ gallons of whisky was taken out tion Eight members of Daniel of tho ware house of D B Stamper has JJamotts family were caught under which W left us dry W Manker our energotic falling timbers and crushed to townsman has moved his sawmill death Tho whole town of Iachula Trom Toliver Wolfe county to was destroyed scarcely a house Menefee county H Repass has sold his town prop- Â¬ left standing o erty to Loe Hall o o Wingless Tub Sontinel Democrat of Mt Sterling last weok stated that the wihtb oak chips Eld J A Howard has just re- Â¬ gas well at that place had proven turned from a comploto fizzle It is to bo hoped whero he held Salem on Grassy a very interesting however that gas will yet be found meeting Ho consolidated three there in paying quantities as churches into one making it by tho growth of that placo would name the Church of God MT Long of Sellers is in town materially aid development of this section and we hopo the enter- Â¬ canvassing for a book entitled is Tho Blue and tho Gray prising citizens will not yet aban Â¬ getting several subscriptions lie don work in that direction W M Lacy passed through our o o place en route to Johnson county o supply of goods Owing to a land slide tho pas- Silas PiorattJast week received songer i i minis was uemycu wvmai a letter from his son John who wont wist aomelime ago but had hours last Saturday night There 0 done However not beon heard from for about threo was noFnarm Thomas of Ezel is M Dr years and was supposed to be dead rusticating in our midst ilohas been traveling over the Loiikna western states is now in Montana will go to tho Worlds fair and BrMtkitt Csutjr Nsws then come homo PAXTOV POINTS Mrs Y NNickell of this place Mrs Nancy B Johnson wife of p has quite sick sevoral days and G W Johnson who has been on her rccovorv is vory doubtful tho sick list for some time is somo J 0 Kash loft last week for Ill- Â¬ better inois and last Sunday his brother William Havnes and family S L Kash loft for Missouri formerly of Bed river havo moved Married last week Van Adkins to this locality to Miss Lizzio Davis daughter of Cavanaugh Shackelford wont to Mnrtin Davis Jackson the 2nd mat to attend C M Kash went to Loxington school this week to be examiuod in tho William Shackelford is doing a civil service good business merchandising G V Goad uas been appointed G W Johnson caught a large administrator of his fathers estate red fox in a steel trap Friday Lnclo Elinor Hays of West Aunt Patsy Blunt Liberty is in town K2EKL Kmim CMity BVOLlTIOXS ti lor and will nut up a handsome soon LADIES CLOAKS AT COST aa S ii J mm t jokbs OF HAZEL GREEN J j vour favors wish vou and yours A happy happy new year and at the same time desire to announce thatLadies and Misses Cloaks Gents Winter Clothing etc are be closed out this month fertile piitroiingc of the past and hoping to still further merit all sa i K 8 A 1 1 AT COST FOB THE GASHS This is tho best opportunity you have ever had to buy seasonable goods at low prices GREEN HTJFFAKER LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Hazel Ghkkx Ky CO 1 Wholesale Boots and Shoes May 10 1892 WORLDS FAIR MANAGERS Tkey Discuss the Faraisliing of the State Bollding Judge Jewell of tho Lexington city court last weok did a very handsome thing in appointing as police commissioner John 1J Hon ors who will represent in that body tho labor organization of the city Â¬ Dutch Kogors as ho is famil- Â¬ iarly known among his friends is every way worthy and tho laboring masses will rejoico at his prefer- Â¬ ment o o o While tho is changed new administration politically it is a noticablo instance that religiously it is tho samo as under President Harrison Mr Clovoland being also u Presbyterian Indeed tho vice president and all tho members of tho cabinot are Presbyterians in boliof o I e o u- i pi L4 Row Alex Henry preached his farewell sermon at this placo last Sunday night He will soon leave on a mission work to Japan to be gone a considerable length of time e o o He is an earnest worker in tho M L Bakkbu committed suicide cause and wo earnestly hope his in tho Anchorago Asylum Satur Â¬ efforts will be crowned with suc Â¬ day night It was his fourth at Â¬ cess Q2g V lus LI I tempt within a weok and he proved Miss Lillio B Mahan our profi Â¬ 1 cient county school superinten Â¬ tho truth of tho old atladge if at dent and ono of Beattyvillos most Contentment and happinea first you dont succeed try try highly osteomed young ladies visi Â¬ are only poulbla with perfect health ugam ted relatives and friends in our Th rapid advancement in medical 0 o midst last week 0 science bow permits the preparation of Hon Joo M Kendall has our 1 B Hobbs paid a lying visit Medical compounds whoee iw ia a of thanks for a copy of his address on to tho Hunting Fork of Holly last guarantee to success One thethe best present week He must havo had some Â¬ kaonn and most popular at tho life and character of Hon lihn thing quite promising in view as day la Dr Feaners Kidney and liauk S Barbour of Virginia and wo he left hero in th cold blizzard ache Cure So certain is it to bringprompt and permanent relief in all ahull try in a future issue of our Saturday kidney and bladder complaints female Floyd Day and F B Russell weaknesses gravelas lame sore or ach- to roproduco it for our road- pajKir diswell ing wore in our midst one day last easesback aseruption in all blood scrofula swellakia els week Thoy ax going to erect a ings dyspepsia dropy ei headaches a o of weariness or drowsiaesH etc Iihh saw mill here for the purpose of sense it has long been sold money r- Tiie mayor of Lexington that sawing ties funded if satisfaction not tfven Ooald luKfifsuod by a saloon keeiwr of R Cassity J N Wilson and fairer Costs nothing to of a of Clay Qity havo rented the atoro anything be a bottle mohm to day try it Take that place to force the Je Jhc Haiel Ireea P Stam- For hv hy formerly owupiwl by whisky license Saturday Mrs Mattio Hambrick out tho throat of her daughter while tho little one was asleep causing instant death Sho then tried to kill her sister The woman was insane oight-yoar-o- ld At Ford Ky other states the merchants manu- Â¬ facturers and others havo taken this matter up but in Kentucky little in this lino ha3 been done George C Brent of Chicago has given tho board of managers a 000 piano to bo placed in the womans parlor of tho state build- Â¬ ing At the close of the exposition the managers may sell it or make whatovor disposition they see fit W H McKnight Co of Louis- Â¬ ville have offered to furnish the curtains for the womans parlor Mrs Koohler of Louisville will also donate somo handsome and artistic decorations Garth Shackelton will decor- Â¬ ate in handsome style the Ken- Â¬ tucky pavilion of the agricultural building It will bo solely a tobac- Â¬ co exhibit costing 1500 but there wiy not be the least advertisement about it Each membor of tho board of managers made a favorable report of the progress of tho work under his direction A great deal has been accomplished and in fact Ken- Â¬ tucky is as well along as most of the other states in spite of tho long delay through tho failure to secure Tho women of Â¬ where ho expects to buy some cat- an appropriation the executive committeo made an tle Eld Leandor McGuire has beon encouraging report In it was a preaching some very interesting detailed statement of every exhibit that has been received in the Ken- Â¬ sermons for us at White Oak tucky pavilion of the womans Times dull not much nows national building Courier-JournSuccess to Tub IIehald March W H Vance is in tjwn J A H The Woolington Stock Farm CItASSV MUSTS Son of East G W Justison B C Stamper recently sold his Palestine O write under date of farm to Joseph Gevedon and his Feb 14th as follows Have been mill to Hiram Long He will start using Quinns Ointmont for the in a few days for Texas and will past two or three years and never make that state his future homo had anything tho equal of it W B Barker and Monroe Nick This is the universal expression of oll left this place last week for the leading breeders ami horsemen Lexington to attend college throughout tho United States Isam Roberts sold his farm for For curbs splints spavins wind o50 and will make Mt Sterling purts and all bunchos also grease his future home heels it has no equal Trial box Tho farmers are all very busy will be sent upon receipt of iiplowing and getting ready to plant silver or stamps Regular sizt E H Carter is moVing his grist 150 delivered Address W B mill from Canoy to this place Co Whitehall N Y un- Â¬ Eddy Busy Bbb less you can obtain from your drug- Â¬ gist For sale by Rose Jones 1 Tho Kentucky board of managers To tho Trade of Eastern Kentucky Contiguous to Hazel Green of the Worlds Columbian exposi Â¬ We have this day completed arrangements with the tion finished a two davs session above named firm and will handle their goods in large quan- Â¬ yesterday The managers discussed We especially invite an inspection by the merchants the furnishing of tho Kentucky tities building at somo length In most as we are prepared to duplicate any and all prices quoted in Louisville Cincinnati or Knoxville Merchants can buy these goods almost at their doors and save large freight bills We are prepared at any and all times to furnish these goods in any and every quality size and price All we ask is a trial Respectfully c J T DAY CO Hazel Green Ky by ED GREEX Represented MMaaaMaaiMaaMaMBawaaMaMaMBaaawaiaawaMaaaaMaiaMBiMaaawaaMMMaMaMiMaMaaaM FEDER 113 WHOLESALE SILBERBERG Third Street son b CO 115 W S2 - CINCINNATI O sy N taKac3Ea by M F BRINKLEr Represented 2 I J cA II I H3 HI iMANTFACTUIIEllS nj THE PTCOWK JUILL CO DR UJRICGRALLS Is running constantly ami doing the best o work nt the lowest price Special nctomiuodutious for customers from a distance Without detriment to our home trade NEURO TONIC PILLS Forthe relief and benefit of these that feel the need ofa nerve tonic restoratie and blood maker wc oiler Hit WHITE HALLS NElnO TONIC PILLS They are a great help to Megrimine iu th treatment of chronic headaches ncuralsia Â¬ No Bids Offered for Bad Rolls al 31 We do not make them and have no demand and all other painful nervous troubles For debility exhaustion nervous jirostnition for them in our trade and ceucrul lassitude nothing will build up the svtem and tone the nerves like the THE MAYTOWN MILL CO XElKO TOXIC PILLS Thev increase the W V MAKKEK Manager appetite strengthen the whole system fill the veins with fresh warm blood and thrill the nerves with vigor and new life Nervous debilitated young or elderly Indies who need help at critical times of life will find iu NEUIJO TONIC PILLS a friend indeed WINCHESTER KY Convalescents from all forms ofdisease will gain strength and health more rapidly N II WITIIEUSIOOX President by using them It D HUXTKlt Cashier Where a general tonic nnd restorntive N needed you Lave all that can be found in bitters elixirs nnd other unidensaut mix up tures condensed into a neat little gelatine 11000000 coated pill easy to take and certain in its This Hunk solicits the accounts or mer action ity For sale nt this office Price GOcents chants farmers traders and business men jjenerally throughout Eastern Kentucky per box of 50 pills and otter its customers every facility and the most liberal terms within the limits of je7tf THE WINCHESTER BANK Paid Capital 20000000 Surplus Â¬ legitimate banking oetlily Traders Deposit Bank MT STERLING Rose Jones HAZEL JIIEKN KY KY 30000 Capital J M G Arc the onlv firm in the towu which hau dies the justly celebrated 200000 Suiiplus HIGSTAIT President o Boots and Â¬ Shoes Co - L KI UK PATRICK Vice President W W THOMSON Cashier Irom the wholesale house of We respectfully solicit the business of mer chants farmers traders and business men Lea Centy News BT HBLBNS SAYINGS OHIO Rcuerallv throughout Eastern Kentucky A tf When you waut the I JEST footwear penerul banking business done ive us a no4ly chance to Hend you n bank book nay your give them n call checks and loan vou money when in need W W Tiiom iMK Cah It F IOCKHAKT CP Tracy PORTSMOUTH DR UJrjICGRALLS D JDSSTOXTp RHEUMAJJC CURE For the benefit of persons nfllicted with rheumatism in nuv of its various forms wc cnntldentlv iltliT Dll WHITEHALLS KIIEUM ATIC THE n n prompt and ctti dent remedy one that can be relied upon at all timcH In the iutlamntorv form of the disease relief may be expected iu a feu hours the fever subsiding the pain ceasing and swelling diminishing from the begin ning of the treatment In the treatment of chronic caes iu order to eliminate the constantly accumulating poison from the system theremedy must be persevered in until a healthv action of the dinerent organs can be established and its formation entirely suspended Persons Ha hie to rhcumnttc attacks from a in cause ueh a error in diet exposure totlraft of air over healing dampness or change in the weather should begin tu take the rein ed yus soon as first a mptonis are noticed thereby avoiding much distress Iiieonveni euee and puiu It you have Mill neck lame back muscu lar sarness tender inHatncd and Mvollen Joints you can confidently expect iiuisk re lief hv the use of HE WHITEIiaLIS Â¬ EZEL KY cgr i MJ Fasiii onai DressmaKina S1 I I am now prepared to cut fit atid make dresses and other garments iu thu latest style SatUfaction guaranteed nnd prices reastinablc Also tench the art of cutting anil fittiny by chart Hespectlullv MRS F N PAY I Ds Busimss Wiih a Hoiw 1 InsiitiliM j THE CLAY CITY 1 - National banK Cupital CLAY CITY KY FLOYD DAY No Hank in Eastern Kentucky lias better Â¬ Â¬ President FUANK n IMSSELL 50000 Cashier I kiieUmatic cruK iuo vaults nor better facilities for keeping your account Managed entirely liv hawc people Sold at TlIK IlKRAtn office at Vc a box who know ytn and who are alwava ready to 1MK f INK MccoiDHiodatft yon 1IUI PKINTINO CAM AT f MIH OKtICK Call u u Mnney to losn oh reaHftnafclfr r h J - faL- - j f If Every housekeeper should have n Iwas vcrywcalt nnd run down and did not blank book in which to copy or paste gain strength like bo many after that prostrat useful hints or directions about cooking ing disease Seeing or other housework This book should Hoods Sarsaprllla bo kept in the kitchen highly recommended 1 To Wnsh Red Tnblo Linen Use began to tako it nud tepid water with a little powdered Tras more than pleased Wash the with tho way it built me borax borax sots the color up I think it has made linen separately and quickly using1 mo better than beforo I very little soap rinse In tepid water was sick I have also containing1 a littlo boiled starch hang aaaaaaamSJaaamtf jbcen delighted with to dry in tho shndc iron when almost HOODS IMLLS dry Good Housekeeping Mm ruiorsou nnd always prcfor them Christmas Cakes Heat to a cream to any other kind now They do not gripo or one pound of butter with one pound of weaken I am glad to recommend two such sugar Now add tho beaten yolks of twelve eggs ono grated nutmeg one glass of rose water then stir in ono u One preparations ns Hoods Sarsaparllla and pound of sifted itour and tho whites of the eggs Unite a nice Hoods Plllo Mus Isaiah Emeiisov Man light brown Detroit Free Press cheater N II Get Hoods Icing A simple icing is made by HOODS PILLS ro purclr Toiretnblc cor taking two ounces of finely powdered tally prepared from tho best Ingredients sugar and the white of ono epp stir Â¬ DMKILMERS ring both together fifteen minutes During this time add either lemon orange or any other kind of fruit julco or sirup to color or flavor A chocolate icing Is easiest made thus Tako a quarÂ¬ ter of a pound of chocolate break in pieces and soften In a warm place Mix with two ounces of sugar stir well and add gradually the whites of two eggs Itoston Iludget Grnpu Catsup Squeeze tho pulp from five pounds of gripes boll this for five minutes or until the seeds can W V be strained out using a porcelain lttd tfiI o-masher to press tho pulp through the sieve add two pounds of sugar tho skins one cup of vinegar a tenspoon fiil each of allspice and cinnamon a Kidney Liver and Bladder Cure saltspoonful each of mace and cloves and a half a teaspoonful of salt add the spices in bags and boll until it lAimhapo pain In Joints or back brick duct la thickens The housewife who gave me urine frequent calls Irritation intlamutlon this receipe adds a little cayenne pep- Â¬ gravel ulceration or catarrh of bladder l per at the last It is delicious with cold meats American Agriculturist Impaired digestion rout billlous lieadnchc An old fashioned hatrack may be SttVAitIl UOOT cures kidney difficulties successfully modernized by-- putting a Zrfi Grippe urinary trouble brights disease hoard covered with leather across tho rack designed for the umbrella service 8croftiln malaria genl weakness or debility A jar or Iapanesu basket or bamboo fluornntpo Cue content of One Mottle If not benstand for these necessities must then UrugKuts uill refund to you the price paid efited be provided to the improvement of the At ru Klht 50c Size 100 Size InrttUds Guldo to HcalthTrrc ConwlUtlon free effect of the hall One of the small Dr Kilmer Co Uinohamton N Y conveniences often overlooked is the Keeping oi a pencil ami paper witlj a few blank cards always in the hall drawer or in a ilat lacquer box on the hall stand if drawer is wanting Often an important message or name is lost through the absence of this simple forethought N Y Times The Way to Jloil Fggs Our woman and her household ways are the won Â¬ 25alVatlOn OllTry It Only 23c der and envy of her friends says that the right way to boil iggs is not to boil them at all Kirst put the eggs into a A Ruddy Glow wire basket with a tall handle that saves the time and vexation of fishing on cheek them out with a spoon when cooked then set the nest of eirgs in a kettle or and brow or other vessel with cold water enough a w to cover the eggs not hot water jjgygg- or warm water but cold water Set UlclC LUC the vessel over a brisk fire Do not let is the water boil only just come to a boil and at that pnrtlculnr time not getting proper nourishment eggs will be before When this glow of health is as theyor later bethe Remove the cooked should basket absent assimilation is wrong of eggs by the tall edge handle Spread In a napkin over a and health is letting down eggs and fold thedeep dish lay of the four corners tho napkin over them and serve Farm and Fireside After the Grip HOME HINTS AND HELPS The Farmer and the Grocer A grocgr would not pay a farmer the price of a ten pound turkey for one that weighed but seven pounds Why should a farmer pay a grocer the price of the Royal Baking Powder for a baking powder with 27 oer cent less leavening strength The Royal Baking Powder is proven by actual tests to be 27 per cent stronger than any other brand on the market Better not buy the others for they mostly contain alum lime and sulphuric acid but if they are forced upon you see that you are charged a correspon dingly lower price for them Ijadt iJcmmru How much nro par-Â¬ Poulterer tridges to day Mr Tiblets Ono fifty a pair tnanm Shall 1 sond Lady Customer No you need them not sond them My husbands on Statcn Inland shooting and hell call for thorn us he comes home1 Hut why do you want Misthuss to cook K nith fiMn Knsmcti and PsJnU wbsa iiHldlnju ra ih Iron an4 bunt or Tli Mitt na Hun KtnTe rollM 1 xm uuntOSWM wS lhiratl an J ilia eoniumtr pays lor MH pnrk M MOT K DECEIVED r rwm imckaio with rwr tj-- j- r HOME TACKS TOU ALWAYS NMD fl SOME INSTANCES Yoh pull eurtata 4w itek comes J oh need Stem Tmnk Hoods Cures est t wcll-beat-c- IN any Home uses Gimp rets loose e ehakt ete went Ifome TfeeW Sprint cleaning you relay etrptto You m wt Aw ifem Teate r You Hilt always Ami J the right Meed tacks for the rmrpoM In bex of Mom MM Yf Uw riMttM LlM for tacks tt jnjcto packed la ix afTUaftU a Hiont convenient form UU IMS KTMr BtAttMMkOy Mm Willi riKlwTw t ukw ftta MtfeTtt rtjtMMk Mm Km 3fiSf8 HME BOIjS TACKS IVIBIWillKS R OO RheuiiisitisMi9 f potat- Disordered Liver9 Impure Blood Â¬ iiTiiLvrnni xvii j T r body Seotf s Emulsion Sprinting and Kamsay writes of little Queen Wilhelmina of Holland as Tho Flower of her Kacc A splendid storj by Alexander Ititchle The Pilot of the Nantucket Shoals opens the number with all tho rush of tho sea and tho blinding spra3of those dreaded shoals it is finely illustrated Ger Â¬ trude Smith has u capital western story The Little Taylors Alone Abby M Gannett has a homespun Hettys lied Gown nnd Anna stor3 F Uurnham has a country school mnams story In tho Pratus Uox Price i0 cents a number S240 a year On sale at news stands or sent postpaid on receipt of price by D Lothrop Com- Â¬ pany Publishers Uoston Hurdling II adapted as well aa to tho indigestion con stipation aud sick headacho of which it is tho parent Tho liver ts always affected In complulnts Thcso aro cured and lileo tho malarial by tho Bitters potent too in rheu Â¬ to leave Alurv I Cook I dont you prevented Why Mistress cookery iiiutn nervous and kidney disorder Cook Yes I matic cook the things yourself know inuiu iiut Im only a pluln cook and I thought when I camo hero that you It Was HisGiiil Teacher Is It correct would mako somo tasty dishes now and for mo to say tho girl Is beautiful or tho Boy again ruutr Neither girl are beautiful Teacher Indeed Then whatis correct Might I ask who lives hero J asked a po Â¬ Boy Shes clouu out of sight See lite gentleman of a stranger ho mot in front Detroit Free Press Certainly sir of u handsome mansion Who is it us politely replied tho other ItnMKMiinit thnt in Garfield Tea you havo for Indigestion Slek slrf Pin hiiru I dont know replied the an unfailing remedy attending ill that an stranger Headache und every abused Rtomrch can make you suffer Every Daiton said he felt awfully cheap last druggist sells it 25c 50o and 9100 night when Miss Savccaslt accepted him Why I Because she never takes Morton only with no play littlo anything unless its u uargulu Inter my Ifriends a They poker but to borrow uro handy Ocean Indianapolis Journal from thats a fact The February Wide Awake No siATTEii how selfish u man may bo ho nas 11 delightful reminder of Tennyson is rarely willing to keep good resolutions in Carroll Ilurtons Child Life at Far Inter Ocean ringford described by ono who actu- Â¬ ally visited and played with the Ten Â¬ TWO KINDS OF WOMEN nyson boys The same number also need Dr Flercos Favorite Prescrip- Â¬ contains Frederick A Obers Columbus those who tion article At tho New Worlds Portal want to bo mudo Norman W Dinghnin Jr one of the strong and those Harvard sprinters furnishes the HioV who want to be AictiLe Â¬ Fiek-Me-U- p A Suronstho San Nhlnos on Clear Dy Just so surely will a neglected attack of llvor complaint multiply other bodily troubles To tho prompt certain relief of this ailment Hostottcrs Stomach Bitters Is particularly Throat Cnree Cormumptlon Coughs CrenpSere Sold by all DruaxUu on a GuirtatM Unlike the Dutch Process vvilv J No Alkalies OR Other Chemicals are nscd la the preparatioa of I W BAIER C0S m ivrrMU reakfastCocoa fll IB liMill pure and aeluble h M lthviinorethanthrcUmM i which ia mhtotttUtit kil rrtiL ouki noraicai coiling It is delicious DIOESTEI Willi Btarcb Arrowroot ec ia uauie dw the trenath of Cocoa mixed J cent a eup w man oneii JCWitr nourishing aad CO I Sold hj Oreccni ercrywhsre W BAKER MTilAXX Dorohsiter Kim 1 Mortihliiollnbit Cured In fhmilU totf iuye No pay tht etret UHIUbHI ia f All k taw jai wrtte AWrtia article Ii do cures builds ates regulates and mado well tip invigor- Â¬ It 7500 to 35000 Xi JOHNSON A CX3M3--VMain i rNAHS IIUS rrtK m 8 tsu pavtUk for p rw JilchmoiidV- tnoBtSa w 1 taken immediately arrests waste regardless of the cause Consumption must yield to treatment that stops waste and builds flesh anew Almost as palatable as milk Prepare by Bcott Bowne N Y All drucc Coniuninclve and women who have who Ltb wnak lung or Ath- reached the critical manlioolilUKS Iitos Cure for Consumption It has cured for women expect change of life tboHsnnda Una not lnlur ing to become mouicrs tor niotnera on on a iiiaiiuv uau loikse It Initio best ooush syrup for who aro nursing and exhausted Sola oTorrwnero every woman who Is run down delicate or overworked For all the disorders diseases and weaknesses of women Favorito Pre- Â¬ scription Is the oiy remedy so unfail- Â¬ A 1439 ing that It can be guaranteed It it WIIKN WUITINO TO AUVKHTIHlMtH PIKASK doesnt benefit or cure In every case tula tsat jau uw lb AdvcrUarwcst la this the money will bo returned paper peopln Its for young girls Just entering womnnhood for JLii i iiiimeU NICE SCHOOL GIRLS SortH ciT FASHIONS What tho Illtlo Miildit Wcur at School LiXDLAiir I notice Mr Butler that you always call for u second cup of coffee DlfTorcnt Mr llutler kos my doctor told mo that 1 it German Syrup 9 The fashions for growing girls were never prettier than they nro now Here are Threo Little Maids from School who are well worth looking at Sot from the same school oh dear no One Is from a day school ono from a Sunday school and a third from danc ing school The school dress is of navy blue diag- Â¬ onal trimmed with rows of fancy black Â¬ Ocean must driuk hot water freely Inter Justice to All It is now apparent to the Directors of the Worlds Columbian Exposition that millions of people will be denied the pleasure of becomkif the possessors of Tun best thing yet Thnt is the way a young man put It who mudo arrangements Co of Rich Â¬ to work for 1J P Johnson mond Va You can get further in forma tion by dropping them a card Â¬ Most fat men uro too swell to wear ready mudo trousers Rams IJoru A BOUKC1XO Puck MAnr Tho rubbor doll Worlds Fair silk braid I simply state thatfl am Druggist and Postmaster here and am therefore in a position to judge I have tried many Cough Syrups but for n years past have found nothing equal to Bosehces German Syrup I have given it to my baby for Croup with the most satisfactory results Every mother should have it J H Hodbs Druggist and Postmaster Moffat Texas We present facts living facts of to day Boschees German Syrup gives strength to the body Take no substitute Â¬ vet and are furthor ornamented with rows of braid The Sunday school costume is nat- Â¬ urally a trille more elaborate It Id made of two colors India cashmere and trimmed with jeweled embroidery Tho accordeon plalted skirt has a simple band sash tied in a loose knot at the back The round bodice bus a full accordeon plalted vest Issuing from a The short pointed yoke of embroider jacket has jabot revers ulso oi embroidery The sleeves have full ac- Â¬ cordion elbow puffs and tho tight fitting undersleevo has a cull of the embroidery of which also tho standing Curw Constipation llcaiorca Coinplesion mot IJpctonj tUUA flomjjiofrea QumiL uTAOoM wtUhStMY collar is made Hut the little maids dancing school attiro is tho most daintily fashlonuble Mr J c Jones of of all It is fashioned in the style of AUDI A I BCIfl80HlMLlnon Arkansas tho first empire and Is mado of white sayaoil ercpo do chine Tho short full waist About tea years aeo I con j U shirred around thu neck where it Is teacted a severe cum of blood pot- son leading physicians prescribed medicine finished with a simple band of pointde After medicine which I took without any relief hi I also tried mercurial and potash remedies Veniso lace The queer little jacket with unsuccessful results but which brought heavily embroidered in silver as arc ob an attack of mercurial rbeumtftB that the bands which finish the short puffed matte my lire sleeves The only trltnmlnjr on the one of agony straight full skirt ccnskiU of two After suffering four years I gave up all remedies and tgaa llounccfl of lace bead with a twteted using 880 After taking sereral bottl X band of silver and white corduroy rib vwi entirely cured and able to rewma werk Thu ssh i likewise of thU Minn la th greatest msdlclM for inooa boa ribbon ami m in tb toeic ia an m poteosiog to Wy o Um bmu1c plr bow with fttralght upstanding Clilesiffo Tribtmfc loop on Blood and 8km Pkss MUUW4 Treatfe Â¬ Â¬ lieves tin nlnlnness of the short full Wr nil bclicvo in snowballing until we skirt A long Henri Deux coat opens get hit in tho neck Atchison Globe over a braided vest which has a stand SrEAKiNOof short torm orders how about ing collar of navy blue velvet Tho Got out PhiladelphlaTlmes coat itself has a peculiar round collar of blue velvet and a belt to match The One baseball rumor docs not mako an sleeves have full frilly puffs of the vel- early spring N Y World Â¬ Â¬ m This trimming alono re- Â¬ Souvenir Coins The Official Souvenir of the Grsaf Exposition The extraordinary and growing demand for these Coins and the de Â¬ sire on the part of the Directors that equal opportunities may be afforded for their purchase have made it necessary to enlarge the channels of distribution To relieve themselves of some responsibility the Directors have invited It wa n a Frenchman who refused to fight duol because as he said ho didnt wunt to live Elnilra Gazette A MAX that is ircnerallv un all nlrht nnd occasionally up beforo tho police justice Isnt up rlgut Ulnghamtoii Leader THE MERCHANTS n Miss Hawkins is an awfully cold woman Sho is indeed Why shoa so cold Unit wherever alio goes on rulny days Vogue It snows n Garfield Tea Jg Cures Sick Headache UER si IIcmom said Tommy when he llrst saw thoy chrysanthemum Tnots tho pliint ar-pors raise doll babys wigs on I guess -li- Throughout the Nation to unite with the Banks in placing Columbian Half- Dollars on sale This is done that the masses cvf the people and thoqe living at remote points may be afforded the best possible opportunity to obtain the Cbius i 13azar THE FORTUNATE POSSESSORS of SOUVENIR COINS will be those who are earliest in seising upon new advantages i A iattw learning is a dangerous thing as tho poor skuter rcmariicu as no picuca iiimoir up Puck to cure It must have been n tcrrlbln task bought No 1 Wife him of swearing collar buttons by tho dozen for awhUa Iutcr Occun WhQn ye ra out Â¬ Glasoow Tjaniilomu side Jock yull seo twa cabs Tak ike llrst yia for tho other yinfc no there Uuld Hich Fub a O Oroiwit I you carekjss qreeture kerea another rent la your overcoat 0 dawn the rehtl Ill wer my other ceatthle even lag Phlludelpkia Ileconl r thnt 10000 Was Paid For The First Coin I They are all alike the istue is limited and time must enhftne JMr value The Drice is One Dollar each HOW TO GET THE COINS Go to your nearest merchant or binkkt ag fbty r Bttfr 1m d dNet tot wiinf them If you cannot procure tfeM in this Wy nt Uss thn Fhe Ctfos and remirtlng One Dottr for adt Cbb Oftad Send irrfrudioM how to sMp tbtCohtTafl thy Wb icot fm ktjpor Xd exftm Or pMMBet money ofexpensc Remit outer or bank draft to v a d RHEUiATISM PKH i 4m very well hitm epciliy ijfej M muun A 8OM0OA 1npctkk tn 6 wire Bt xcir w Co Atkm 0 eoiint lip air - It mmii jam i wWUttesi Taeer wbM you Imwt Umm a hi a4-rwmmm hi artthiaeelp mam Ywr priMry jsteee Mfase BltM tyrctM Uil atu wWMewej ww WW e aammamjaaaaam VVWpNMiPMMHBVf Mlg 3 1 i i ff f irt WTT E 4 I- - m I WBKTIT KOAPf AM TIXED iffcr KMh Ffewinf ft4 Sordini lUolt b mi AtoUutlM The Head Mevomeut In Rkode IftlNd 8 the Ration for good runcl Hum iJiiib now iHHoim iiiitioniil Irolaml Has tke last Heads 41 hbv8 ff01111 18 t ho in roirnKl I I KIIIlUglM IlWb llimilntiinii and lliuru in a great doal of truth in it ronmrlcH hh iZ Tli T Country IlllllUlimidl winmni Cultivator and ill oxpuri- - i onco in rmuiir ovor country romia nflor thoy liuvo boon fixed can nnyonu wbohaa had any i jh tttluat Iloro turf hummed by greensward and shaded by trees is picturesque at least It is what people like to poo in the country Thoy do not expect a curbed Ht root with flagged gutters Tho turfed sides provide a walk for those who go on foot for all people- in tho country do not ride This bit of road has not been mended for years it needs no mending it is hard smooth with a sandy substratum that keeps it well drained it cannot be improv- Â¬ ed in any way and if all roads wero as good as it nothing would be said about bad roads Htrip on each Hido botwoon tho road and foncon The winding way a stretch of road with a as Hut tho highway surveyor tho town othVal who mends roads is called perhaps spurred on by tho discussion titti ocs the strip of road in question and spoils it lie plows up the roadside turf and scrapes all turf loam and sand into tho middle of tho road rounds it up and believes that he has re- Â¬ built and improved it This is a mistake A clean hard road is changed into a mudholo and a quagmire Persons on fooC have only tho middle of tho way and when thoy meet teams they are driven into tho gutter ankle deep in mud for tho survoyor plowed deep and made a gutter which gul- Â¬ lies whenever tho rain falls The road will not bo molestod again for several years and will gradu Â¬ ally wOar down and bo safe to travel over again about tho time tho survoyor or his successor ap Â¬ pears and mends again In some places farmers work out a part of their taxes by working on tho highways and in other places the town makes a contract with a farmer to keep the roads in repair The farmer has no time for roads until his farm work is dono in the fall the worst time in tho year to repair roads when he plows and scrapes and rounds up During tho fall and spring and perhaps all winter if tho winter is open the new road is the worst on tho circuit a stretch of mud thro which all teams and foot passen Â¬ gers must go And they call this road improvement It is not It is road damaging pure and simple and tho more this kind of road The best roads in the world are those to bo found in Ireland They M tlu linion H m 8ll 11 are far suporior to those in Eng Â¬ In lor condition to niout tliii iiroblom land or in Germany Tourists A for all rorins and to Bolvoit in it practical liiti from every country pronounce of poltive anil perniaucnl etire This splendid muwliku mnntwr Thu corit of them unrivaled NEURALGIA rrnntl rtttwlu veil l utnollitr in -IHwwIn road system is directly iu the hands HEADACHE AND T Â¬ lsaml thun Jiy ot hur Htntu bt of the government with a govern The moi lroinpl wife and urc relief for ment inspector for each county lll all unite puliis in any part of Vf and tlltT ol contj who examines the roads and gives the human syMeni will ho mrnfiM ntuMtlinn vn urn nl- a certificate for the excellency of v IIV most tho wealthiest state in the the wrrk done before the road NIKriAMY COMIOINDi union Jn loss than two years our contractors are paid by the gov Â¬ S AYlHTltlHAIiU3iID old state debt will bo wiped out ernment And this government and wo shall bo comparatively inspection of the roads takes place Tlie re ull of many year- - experience as a peeialil in tl e irenlineiit of pain the richest and most populous state every three months and the con- Â¬ ful nervous ilUeaoe in tho country free from all incum Â¬ tractors are thus always made to brances with a total valuation of attend to tho repairs of the roads UlUilioN Mi June W ISS1 not less than 100000OOU or about I hope the coming convention will Tlie Dr Whitehall Megrlinine Co Ueullemen 1100 per capita 1 is a fair es- Â¬ consider this system of public road from headache My wife had not nbeen free time tor making All who have seen and ten yenrs until lor two days at celebrate timation that it would lake from she used your her head 1000000 to 2000000 to put our examined it pronounce it the very remedv MIX MM INK It slops and that is uelie and leaves no bad ellccH J lobe main roads in thorough condition best in existence St Paul more than all my medical friends and niv I positively Tho benefits arising from good self have been able to do XiAOlK Needing ft tonic or children that want bulldlnc recommend its ice for all forms of headache roads would considerably lessen up rIioiiM tftVu or neuralgia Take it strictly iu accordance o shall tho burden of expense imOWNS J ICON IUTTKKH Indlge uitlipriirccliniii and you will as atirely be Ttli ilcMUtc take cures Malaria find relief in an increased valua-tion-Yours truly relieved tton and MilloiuncM All dealer keep It y It lMtATT M D tho land The commissioner at Tlu Herald otllee on Lanes Medicine moves the bow- Â¬ SgVSolil guarantee j flu cent u box posU of industrial statistics has been tlv inquiring into tho number of tho els oach day In order to bo heal abandoned farms in this state hy this is necessary A VALUABLE FARM Here are some of the figures he has T collected In Hurrilvillo he finds 81 abandoned farms that there are TiMFrepresenting 80100 in Coventry oiler for sale at As ajjent of tlie owner 07 farm representing 85180 in private contract a valuable farm iu Morgan WfC West Uroonwim 05 farms repre Â¬ C county Kv coutainiug senting 01700 in Scituate 15 108 AfKKS INlOKK OH Lkss This farm is located miles eat of Hazel farms representing 10100 and in fi ireen on the road leading from Hetlisalein DO farms representing Glouchesler I iiitit DR UJBlCCBflLLS FREDJHE1HTZ i t MtHfactMrl I Jiweltr t 135 E MAIM STREET Custom Hewn Squirt W V LEXINGTON KY Â¬ WATCHES DIAMONDS CLOCKS JWLRY Solid Sillier AND I Optical Goods of H jlCo G FEDER Cut Price House 107 RACE STIIEKT CINCINNATI OHIO HOSl- jSha WgUW W - FOR SALE I 5 C2 I i -- fKE a 1 KltY CilOVKS mANKKTS Sl PKNDKPS mid all kinds of small wares and other goods iu Notion ami liilt tilllllllir finnilt Tllll i II AG FCDKltACO rNDKKWKAI SIIAWIS 1K0K I do not pretend to say that bet Â¬ yyfcjIwnrjJHjjf PLEASANT ter roads will turn these abandoned acres into fertile fields and rich good barn KlxlO feet Sixty acres of the laud is cleat cd and the And nil who would retain it should consult pasturage but bad roads are to remainder covered with a virgin forest of homo extent responsible for their Oak Pine Poplar etc NEXT MORNING I FEEL BRIGHT AND SNYDER present condition and it is fair to THE AND MY COMPLEXION 13 BETTER Therein a plcndid well of water and a fine OTIS W NEW bearing apple trees on doctor tarn act Rtntly on tho presume that there are a number Mf klilifjsiuidl It a pleasant InxatWe tomarh Ilrrr young orchard of f0 DKAIKi IN the place Tlili drink and of them which would bo taken up nudo from brrb and U prepared forusoaaeusiljraiIs 00 in cash ill buv the place tea Uncalled V lvUW im Imfiiuce in one and two years SPECTACLES and worked at a profit if easier and notes at o per cent cheaper moans of bringing the pro Â¬ All druggist a soil It at COc and 100 a Package U uilh eoual further particulars well secured address For DIAMONDS duce to market were provided IoucnnmitKatUaendTOuraddrcsafortrettiinmple SPKXCKH COOPKP dllOtf Ilnel Green Ky Ail duns lnonlTtoliohenltliythMIinccvry Many of them would be quickly -lay OltATOU JEWELRY FwoumvAitu Luor VT taken up as country residences if thoy wore made easy of approach WATCHES CO LOUIS STIX by good roads Nouth Upitk Stiuit Popular as Rhode Island is as a ONE DOLLAR LEXINGTON KY wiioiisaik diviihs in summer resort improved highways would double the number of visit- Â¬ JyTlie best oculist in the Stnteis with Â¬ IMP church to West Liberty and is only one half mile from the church buildim Ad joining the place is the public school buildroom ing for the district There is a dwelling on the place in good icpair and a 500 Chiireh Street New York Vy Spccinl attention to mail orders IGHStoL 1 tAHESMEDIGINE ors that flock to her shores 1 be- Â¬ Is Iltiily ciirai il by auv mm of either ex In any lieve tho increased value of land part of the oonatry who it willing tow oik lmlii trIouly at the oinpluyiiieiit which we ftirnl li reduced cost of transportwtion will Tlie labor light ami pli asuit anil ou ran no rlk wlmtevur We lit oa out complete po that make the perceptible increase of you can give the tmliu-sa trial wlihout cxpcii o the tax a very small burden In Tliinl Race and Union Sts to ourivir For tho e willing to ilo a little work CINCINNATI O this U grauilou oiler made fact an expenditure for that pur Â¬ We enrrv the poods Unit will suit vour all day thu in the evening onl If ou can work or jou are em ploieil ami huvea few spare hoars at jour pose may be regarded as a judicious trade and our price are THK LOWKSt utilise them and add to income Dry Goods notions c special attention to mail order EVERY HOUR I - this house and prices on everything the lowest Call on him when in Lexington izelMaUelg Teachers Course Ilusiness Course nnil Preparatory Course Instruction Thorough Discipline Firm Expenses Minimum 25 31 and lucrative investment rather than a burdon The governor there was a chance for Hhode Is- Â¬ land to achieve the distinction of being the first state to have a com Â¬ plete system of well constructed main roads Cholorine iu Pennsylvania pointed out that none jou -- ee for tnnr elf what you can do at the liulncp5 wlilch we oiler No capital rlkcd Women are graad woikeri mnvaday thev make a much as men They nhonlil tr liil t ImipIucm n it I po well adapted to them Write at once ami pee lor jour elf Addre 11 HAIIKrr CO You can attend school tit Hazel Green Academy five months at the following cost oar liiiiuMi will not interfere at all You will Hoard 2 per week be amazed on the Mart at the rapidity and ease l which iou aiuaA dollar upon dollar day In and Tuition 2 per month da out Kteii beginuerp are piimlnl from the Washing 10 cents per week dU-jio-- uinr lirpt hour Any one can run the buMnesp fail You should try nothing el e until V ltox U Iortland 11c M building is practiced the greater is the inconvenience tlje greater the wear and tear and the cost of maintaining all wagon and harness gear and forsooth the greater the hue and crv about bad roads Benolit o Good Roads One of tho best arguments for good roads is contained in a calcu- Â¬ lation recently published in one of TJF - PV Lot every farmer give the subject of roads half an hours thought CREAM and ho will convince himself that a now road now demands the attention of our logislatureand then let him say the same to his repre YEARS FOR sentative which will result in a od all Worm Remedies move for bettor roads All the Has EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEFD rest of our country is waking up SOLD EVERYWHERE to thu absolute necessity for an im Â¬ r4hr KKHAftMOSTAYMIK NEB CO 8TL0CI9 provement in country roads Al Â¬ Rkeiwatlau Quickly Oared most every newspaper has articles Theo days is a very short time in on tho subject and it is time our AKIOY1 IYIID Caiiipton Ky which to euro a bad case of rheu Â¬ state fell into lino in the great ATTOUXKY-AT-LA- Y matism but it can be dono if the march of progress Arkansaw rrAlistraetK of title Aimished eollee proper treatment is adopted as Democrat tionnniude and pniuipt reltiniH uuitninteeil will bo seun by the following from Conneeteil with the law firm of Wood A Day MtikKM UMiiMeaUtlQ lames Lambert of New Hruns Mt Sterling Ky in civil prieliee Wo are acquainted with many vickIll I was badly nltliotod vth howaru aTAMrrn v rheumatism in tho hips and legs mothers iu Contorville whowoulll ArrcuNiY-AT-LAwhen I bought a bottle of Cluun not Ih without Chamlorlains CAMITOX KY berUina Pain Balm It cured mo Cougli Remedy in tho house for a right toÂ¬ good many times iU cost and are Will pnutlce in the court of Wolleaiid the in three dnys I am all day and would insist on everyone recommending it every day From HtljoiuinK cniintiea All Ininine entrusted whtfiMNflUotod with that terrible personal experience wo can say tooHr cure will receive prompt wtteittion to uao OlinmborlftiuH Iain that it hus broken up bad colds JVlHiK MH DAVIS WT WI IIHKKTV KY BalniHiidjt wolUt once DO for our children CeitforviUe South WITH Jonon Dakota Cttuon 50 bottles for lj0ttla for nto by Worn Bros Co sno by Roh Jones M rtftVJt MACK ACMKX MANUNAGTURERS CLOTHING Coughing lftds to consumption rw wu wr m Uy i ft wh wret nriNNvri Kemps Rnlsain stop the cough at Thtriidnnf KHakrt KnHiefcy wereimHtN fr MM SBHI much on a good macadimixed road nine times as much on a smooth plank road twonty Uvo times as mudh on a stone truck way thirty two times as much and on metal rails fifty four times as muoh The men who use the coun Â¬ try roads can therefore make money by improving the roads rather than by buying now horses every year or two the engineering papors It stated that on tho worst earth roads not muddy but sandy a horse can PP Knuun PhC draw only twice as much as he can 25 and 50 bottles for sale by carry on his back on a fair earth Roo Jones road three and a half times as Arkansas Waking Up Swickley Penn Wo had an ep- Â¬ idemic of cholerine as our physi Â¬ cians called it in this place lately and I made a great hit with Cham- Â¬ berlains Colic Cholera and Diar I have sold rhcoa Remedy four dozen bottles of it in one week and havo since sold nearly a gross This Remedy did tho work and was a big advertisement for mo Several It Cure Cold CouirhMoro Throat Croup InSuen A porsors who had been troubled ta Whooping Cough BronchitU and Aithrna and certain curator Consumption in fint tagca uta at one a sure relief in with diarrhoea for two or three You will aeo thoadvanced atagra uftr taUimj ti excellent effect weoks wore cured by a few doses of Crtt doee Fold by dealtra everywhere Xrt bottlea 60 cent and 100 this medicine LW--MTadKSr- Vocal Instrumental Music f0 cents per lesson Mi k Sclenllfio American Agoncy for fionsKY will ie especial title ntiou our Kloeiitiou and Heading classes Kvery pupil bevond the Fifth Header grade should enter our Heading Drill class i il As -- nn CI leHHT 7 ieiB - IK fm - hbs- iijr - Knter school now and prepare for the Inly examination OAVEATS Oiacst bureau In America Kvcrr PtMt taken out br us la brought beforo tbo pubUo Sy a notlco slveu ireo ot cbargo In tlio SlnJnV0l0n co IU eto vriniuni nalrco andbook wrltoto r1 Uaxjwat new Yortir for eccurltitf patents TBAna mMKim DE8IQN PATENTS IDIXUFELUElji J M K0BINS0N Importers and Jobbers of CO NOTIONS 4Ubl i st MIJ AtM DRY LarecstclrcuUtlpn of any eclontino paper In the world MnlemlliHr llluuratoil No mn jiould bo without lu Weekly intelllReat iOt ItJOsIx mouth Address MONsTcO a tojjudUKtu UUi Uroauway Kow York uty GOODS AND Nos M7 039 and -- West Main Street WHITES H 11 MALTIN WITH LOUISVILLE KY Â¬ VERMIFUGE 20 D H CARPENTER CATLETTSniUO KY Â¬ WHOLESALE DltY GOODS NOTIONS HOOThJ SHOES Ac JH PHILLIPS WITH ft6ly W M KERR JOllItKRH IN 5 CO Hardware Agricultural Implements OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS MALTA A certain cure for ChronloSoro Eye PLOWS COOKS MILLS EVAP Totter Salt Khoum Scald Hoad Old OHATOHS CHAMPION UEAPEHS Chronio Soros Fover Soros Eczema AND MOWEHSSTODlUlU AND Itch Prairio Scratches Sore Nipples ACME HAUUOWS r and Filu3 It Is cooling and soothing DOOHS AND SASH A cSPECIALTY Hundreds of cases have beea cured by 110 and 112 Swosn Stbkkt it after all other treatment had failed IUONTON O Chamborlaing Eye and Skia Ointmont It la put up In S3 and 60 cent boxes A nruTi7vNAX Pracl lcaiBootiSOoemafcer HAEL GUEEN KY Special attention to Uepairliij and xutis faction Kiiumnteed Shop at old Cuinmlns stand on the hill near the Herald office jiiA J H PIER Aft a4rfinlil and Single and Saddle llorsr for litre Inrtk convey HigH n Mt Livery Faed and Sals Stablf HAZEL QREEN KY diue Bettman c OMllS HOUSE CAMITON S COMDS PROiRtKroR KY tjfflSS IMUl KIXK ed to anv point on able term reat mymWitWn Xte2iXST vt Jrtrl will 1hc attend to all call for auc tioneering and solicit hnsinc of tht kind Jtespeetfully 4e lOHV fc PIKKATT IB IKlNTINfi VXSh AT THW OFKMKJ Â¬ one la wapvetfully aolltttUril I Th mtrH8e f th truvellnR public l ir priMwnj Miiieiten iwnieuie iecl Md very mtentlvK tv tke win fort ttijeK BJV j