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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v tt N -- 4 H SPENCC v A YIMAR 7 EFT OF vTjaJBjJBjJN KYM DOWN GOES THE GOLD JlIEJEIAJuI at His Baok a 3Z 3E ft - COOPER Owner and Editor Of a Noisy World With News From All Nations LrnnbYing tlOO A YEAR Always In Advana f VMWVYW HAZEL UtEIOX WOLFE COUNTY F1UDAY MAUCll 17 18M ENTIRE NEW LOT WANTED XUMBEK WOMEN A J 51 0 ii Grea Mlii Estalleiit Gus Straus t DUELttfl Louis f LEXINGTON KY AXNOrNCE THE AI51UVAL OF Ithe hundred millions gold reserve Ihis is the lowest point touched tor many years lo moot possible demands however and to save the heavy expense of the shipment of tin million accepted from Denver lie nearest sub treasuries includ- Â¬ ing Cincinnati won nil led upon to cancel gold certificates These will ho charged against legal ten dors and the Denver gold will he allowed to remain Hy It Is Now Within a Million Dollars of tke Nobs o His Old Office Holders Need Twe Mexican Girls Rwuly Te Flfiki Gold Reserve Linit Apply New YoMHg Seoiety Mas 1 The treasurv uold of last Week A sensational allair just leaked Representative John Hrotz of went down to within a million of Jasper 1ml a blutliorinan demo out at Monterey Mexico but on 0rr where it is SPRING v CL0THING1 Larqesi House in I Thursday live millions of gold was m readiness to bo transferred to Xe York at an oxpono of a few hundred dollars where thousands would have been required wore the actual snipmoni maue Water a Mineral Csnirai rag GOODS Â¬ LOWEST PRICES 4 BEST We Wo have the Finest and Largest Tail- oring Establishment in the State MAIL ORDERS FILLED PROMPTLY If one were to ask his friends what mineral wo are inoM familiar with and most commonly used as food thoanswois would probably be both varied and amusing Salt would probably first suggest itself to manv and to those wlioso train- ling in physiology and hygiene has not been neglected no doubt the claims of limo and iron and carbon iwhich in one form or another we use with food to build up bone and brawn won 11 bo amply urged Hut afterall it is water for accord Â¬ ing to Harpers Magazine water is You a mineral a Uisod mineral will iind it described as such along with quartz and topaz and the diamond in Danas Mineralogy or in other treatises on stone We crat called at the white house one account of the social standing of day last week After waiting his the parties names are HimproswHl turn in the line of visitors in the Two young ladies of good family cabinet room which in these days became enamored of the same are degraded into the use of an young man and recently mooting ante room for the hungry hoardo at a fashionable suburban resort of illico seekers Mr Brotz was ad Â¬ quarreled during which a pistol mitted to the presidential presence shot was fired They wore parted Said Mr Hrotz to Mr Cleveland but their friends declared that tho Mr President have just one only way to settle tho dispute was question to ask you Is it true a duel strictly according to tho as has been stated in the news Â¬ code Young lady seconds were papers that you will as a rule re Â¬ chosen with all tho othur neces Â¬ fuse to re appoint men who hold sary arrangements and tho time oflico under your previous adminis- Â¬ was sot tration Repairing lo the place of moot- It is replied Mr Cleveland with ing they worn surprised to Hud laconic brevity awaiting thorn some poaco oflicors Does that rule apply to post- Â¬ who agreed o mako no arrests on masters asked t ho Indiana con the word of the principals that no gressman other attempt at dueling would be 1 v t carry the Largest Stock ot Boys1 and Childrens Clothing in Lexington vV UP yH t LOUIS 3 GUS STRAUS Iietllnj i -- t w Clothiers nr LEXINGTON KENTUCKY eni ny mm mm m - jkst fci llYWE EEWk of Ju iiifitnry urovo farm nonic -Itavlne WIn mixn Alter trln -ruinuwri lurt tilly tery known remedy 1 Huin a J a cur oldHunch Z of two eurs Mumllnj 2 lth thrcuuppllcatiunHOf MiiJ -- I iwsn Hyp-Sec eiNjBhT Amvt W of Itlhthobrstproparntion I liavccvcruMMlorhranl 1 heartily roeoiniiioml It lo all Uoivmcu Wehnvc huntlrctlsoxuch UsUmantal MiiiliiNiir fiiiiiiiiwDrhiHt V Z southern hemisphere bringing iuin and desolation the natural and common condition of water was that of a -- olid ice as it largely h today out of doors in winter when not kept fuod by the stored up heat of the oil and rocks or Exchange melted by the sun A Now J usually think of minerals as solid things such as metals and rooks and jewels and various chemical salts Hut when wo consider the matter a liitlowe see that all these things if melted by strong heat are minerals still on v tliev are now in a fluid instead of a solid state The difference between these min erals and water is that it gets fluid at a lower temporal uro than they do and likoquicksilverstays mol- led at ordinavv living heat Jtut in those old ice ages which one after another have swept now over the northern and now over the S Unto for the Inauguration t Iirrliotllc AkyoanlniKKlitforlt il SUaRMftJMBIiCftllISIII ilV CO rfortrlaHx Whilchull N V If 1m IKilll J in the senate a joint resolution pro uator Sherman has introduced s ss s J s s t v V No 12 W Short li OJJ8S IJSW tiM KS rtTtf wGtIStiSt KITOHEIM Lexington Ky A r v A 7 rJ S S dent and iou presidonlaud of the members of the Kiftv fourfh con- shall continue until noon of r- idirgthat tin term of the piosi - tiii N m March lor tlie inauguration ot mm ni I lliniUflllllllMI llllllll- - lllIIMIim u should be adopted when cm gross U reassembles in order to the pro 1 i c i h Koiraltir Mtitls 2i Vnt- - MonN to Onlor nt Ml IIoui- - Ilrfiikfiist M t 0 i M llNinor fnilil III A M til Jt V M SMPPOr frtllll A I I li Chicbons unci ijiuiils n hpiriiiUv M Ovfitorslainh brlon N from 5 Vd v m GUS fioai I 6 fltection of the lives of our prosi- safely face Stleiils few of whom can Ml IiiMii- ii ii mil Inun Hi I tl i i nui it ii ii iiiiiiMii iih and endiiriMl for ti - I I hours last bzry s iu sz7srZ7rr7 77 irr J TAYLOR DAY LUICART vir S Proprietor nOYI Upon vv r DAY J 1 i T MI k ami Iti Mil CO It takes six months to elect tl president but one of a less sturdy constitution than Mr Clove lands could easily bo killed in less than six hours y our senseless cuflom of perching our new presi Â¬ dents on an open platform to ob Â¬ serve a lot of men march by Saturday Frankfort Capital lor Life At Versailles last week tlio jury Sont Up VliulfIi Diiihrtln J I FIRSClXSS 7JOF PRINTING this At oflico Hvo money HinuurciAiiy at aeeoml el rate wnd everybouy we uiive uww jiu the case of Llewellyn Mclntyre colored charged with the murder his life is due solely I am sure to of Frank Heechum a colored deaf the throe little capsules of turpen- Â¬ Courier Journal mute roiprnod a verdict tf guilty tine n miN ky fixing his punishment at imprison- Â¬ KentuokiaHs Ob tke Strip ment for life in tl e penitentiary A St Louis dispatch of tho Oth is comiiiiiicu in uiu- Largest Stock and Lowest Prices There passed through insl says here loday a party of some fifty if niiv house in Kastorn KtMi anil was oftho Kentucky families bound forOkla- ii Stock Saw iiMS numau cuaiaciiM ioip otlmnces in t111 Tlio court chamber 1 a claim in the Cherokeo ScliooHlaiiusaiiHoiintiJiourji K ho trjK T imlukrms akng i ii luco taken in exchange tor received the verdict with coolnosu V H VI V Xlw tmr iiiuers Ham vaa iveiiiiicKiMiis ioods or on notes and accounts Xw4 ly tke AttltuJi el tk PeM Jmvo proimrod to enter tho grand No wonder the Kansas populist rush at t lie opening HtuLtht tlior formixl shrank from war SheriH Wilkjr were alrendy Hiok Mi liKdnrmud Ufa poii with liawi hy ewmMrou UmKanifw nut Ok- W Giro u noil wiif GenerairnGrcnanoise val 1 ship of tho young Don Juan is to And to anything else asked bo settled is still unsolved Mr Hrutz ilius multiplying his Good Advice from WasulngtoH one luestion into three Tho fight for tho ollicos goen replied the To ovorvthing merrily on The candidates spend prosidont their time during tho day waiting ttood daj Ifr President on tho appointing power and at Uood day Mr Hretz In this brief interview the re Â¬ night they gather in tho hotel port of which eoiiros directly from corridors and descant upon thoii Most of thorn aro liber- Â¬ Mr Href himself President Cleve- Â¬ prospects land confirms one important por- Â¬ ally provided with money which tion of his reported policy as to they spend freely Uy this timo appoint monts The news will come next woolc tho nion who fail to with the force of crushing disap- Â¬ catch on during that time but hope pointment lo n large percentage to do so later on will begin to of the oflico seekers now in Wash- Â¬ economize and hunt cheaper quar- Â¬ ington who have journeyed t hither ters Hut thoy will novor doserf thinking the return of their former tho hotel corridors until thoy throw king meant their reinstatement up the spongo and turn their foot Â¬ steps homoward and tho chances about his court are some of them will count the A Llttlo Lay Sermon railroad ties to got home Itsooms The Jessamine Journal makes that the number of applicants for the wicked and nialicMous charge oflico from Kentucky is increasing that the editor of this paper is a all the time for nearly every train scoffer Jlrer Morris could not be brings in new faces 1roHidonh more mistaken if ho had burned Cleveland is fast becoming ac Â¬ his shirt We confess that wo are quainted with the working demo Â¬ not a class leader neither do wo crats of tho UluegrasH stato who occupy a high seat in tlio synagogue desire to be remembered when tie or in the amen corner Jiut we do administration begins tho work of not devour widows houses and for dihtributing tho loaves and fishes show make long prayers for these And nearly all the boys have a shall receive the greater damna Â¬ good strong healthy appetite Jt tion and no man has a greater may bo worth mentioning for tho respect for pure religion and un benefit of tho men who aro appli Â¬ dofiled before lod and the Father cants for federal positions and who and for those who profess it than have not joined tho crowd here Hro Morris professes that thoy neednt come just yet ourselves to boa follower of the moek and as a majority of tho oflices will not lowly Xazarine who went about be filled for some months lo come teaching Hurt wo should not bear probably not tiU some time during false witness against our neighbor the summer Washington cor Let him therefore examine him- Â¬ Courier Journal self repent of his sins turn t j A Kontuckian Among tlio rirst rod ami do works meut for repent- Â¬ Tho name of a Kentucky boy Interior Journal ance waa among tin first batch of ap Â¬ Turpoiitluo lor Puoumonla point monts sont to tho soil a td for Turpentine is now being used confirmation by President Cleve Â¬ very generally by physicians and land Jt was that of Fred Urown in pneumonia is said to have ef Pusoy to be assistant surgeon in A the navy fects little short of marvelous lie young surgeon is a Louisville doctor just returned member of the well known Pusoy from a western city chanced to bo family of Klismbothtowu from in one of the large hospitals there which physicians of note have connf in a wanhwheroa man wassuppos for generations and his choice of ed to bo dying of pneumonia The a profession was therefore natural Louisillo doctor said that nine After finishing an under gradualo nit of ton would have regarded course at Vanderbilt university the man as beyond all human aid Dr Pusoy took up Ins medical One of the physicians at the pa- Â¬ studies in Philadelphia and Now tients bedside however suggested York taking a high stand in tho turpentine The suggestion was schools Several weeks ago ho well received and three grains of stood his examination for a posi- Â¬ the liquid in capsules were admin- Â¬ tion in the navy and eamo out istered It seemed to open freely with flying colors Tho prompt every clogged part and with re Â¬ appointment by tho president markable rapidity it begun its loaves his friends in Uouisvillo healing That man is today per Â¬ nothing lo wish him save a picas- fectly well said the doctor and ant station Courier Jourpal 1 sharply It does said Mr Cleveland made How tho quest ion of owner- - ti illtl III Hi Il K b - aA j Loaded as Usual xBli Jasper Young of Jirazil Ind shot and fatally wounded his young wifo one day last week when tv tempting to scare her with re volvor Mrs Young win at th entered tho rooili and pipktHl to an old rusty revolver Ukh thought was empty and lfiM snapping It in her tc Bfen tested maehino sowing when lior 4 V 4 ifc M fV 4if liulnt i Jf s f vjlo Th ooMpm hud lila ton but Mr oiio COnLmit until a ijjtrtritlipt Win oxpUxI ami ilk hUwfrf brain nbulM iMyititfitilbi wtn Wlmt v s - i lutll Ntx Mahonnt borjlttrtk 1 a ahori tw niarrUnl outy WMMi - v J If 3 1 Wi T VvHazel Green Herald I A MATTER Of HISTORY flKNOKR COOPER PublUbef Mr Hayes Tlttn t the Prmlttency ami How It Who Obtained McICInley law on nccotint of tho additions that Jt made to axlntlng duties nud the conceHxiomt that ft granted to certain grasping Interests peoniH tlAZEL QREEN t f crlmo by which Samuel 1 Tlldon was kept out of the ofllce of president of tho United States and by which the A DOQ STORY Into Hnthcrford H Hayes was seated Jt Is all a matlor of history saltl Mr Ont of the Specie Thwt ActiMl I ho IoimI You see when one party Evarts HHHIMrltHII gets In the other Is out So there must A Chicago dog1 lias been distinguish Ing himself recently Ho is u inoinber be a diversity of opinion It is all a matter of history Death of the ennlno urlstoerncy that sleep on wipes out some scores and softens per- Â¬ cushioim in warm rooms have hnths in KY twenty or thirty liberally ThcM arc the words of Hon William nnd that protected for to bo thieving In ayearn high arc Uncwa M to them thntlndustrlcH which have been it Evarts in referring to tho great i mouth Reckoning everything except my clothes I cost my father between four and fivo pounds a year This was much to him and an expense of which 1 was very anxious to see him relieved Marmontel was for years obliged to practice tho virtue of frugality Under these severe conditions his talent acted quickly and ho became one of tho fore Â¬ most writers of his time Youths Com Â¬ panion A Much hail chosen Merely to state these propositions is to exhibit their falsity It is notour purpose to thresh old straw anew but no occasion is more appropriate than FRENCH FRUGALITY tho present for reminding the people Rutherford II Hayes was The Simple Schooling KxpmiHtt of Mnr that the lateparty to the conspiracy by himself a moittil tho Iool which he profited and an active agent However moderate tho expense of a promoting the monumental student of tho present time may be in The proof of this Is found incrimeun they can hardly rench tho extremely disputed fact that the corruptthe Â¬ agree modest sum which sutllccd lean Mur ments entered into while tho success of montol a French poet during the conspiracy was still doubtful wore reign of Louis XV for a years school Â¬ the carried out to tho letter by Mr Hayes ing In Ids Memoirs ho speaks of us the beneficiary after ho had been his sohool llfe as follows fraudulently seated in Mr Tildens M was lodged as was the custom of place Others had made tho bargain tho school with live other scholars at lie paid N Y Sun tho house of an honest mechanic My provisions for a week consisted 0 A CRY FROM THE DEPTHS of a largo loaf of rye bread a littlo Tit Napoleon or Protection Ik Fulling cheese u plcco of bacon and two or from Crave three pounds of beef My mother had or MoKinloy evidently finds it hard added to them a dozen apples to appreciate the wisdom of tho song This was tho weekly provision of tho which reiterates tho virtues of a time best fed scholars of the school The for disappearing Hut his recent re mistress of tho house cooked for us and appearance in a speech before tho Ohio for her trouble her fire her lamp her Wool Growers association certainly beds her liouse room including even has not created anything like enthusi the vegetables of her littlo garden asm among republicans His advice to which she used for our soup each of us tho wool growers to continue the bat- Â¬ gave her twolvo pence half penny a tle for the right to levy tribute on Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ porcelain tubs twice a week and live principally on tenderloin steaks This particular dog is of tho spaniel family and lias long siuce acquired a reputa Â¬ tion as a perfect gentleman For sovoral days past the servant un Â¬ der whoso immediate care this dog is placed has noticed that he seemed tin- willing to cat his breakfast in the house Every morning he took his por- Â¬ tion of meat between Ids jaws walked to tho door wagged his tall and looked appoallngly into tho sorvants eyes If the door was opened in re Â¬ sponse to this mute request he disap Â¬ peared immediately and was not seen again until after luncheon If the door wos not opened he placed the meat on tho floor close by and sat guard over it until an opportunity for eseapo arrived Tho dogs mistress learned of his un Â¬ She was very accountable conduct much interested and engaged a detec tive to shadow the dog and report upon Ids proceedings and conduct The de Â¬ tective was her brother so his services were trratuitous Ono morning he sta tioned himself outside the kitchen and when tho dog appeared was careful not to attract his attention Jlut the dog saw him and inuncdiutuly put on an air of dilettante indifference as though ho hod some idea of taking a constitu Â¬ tional but wasnt quite suro whether he felt well enough So tho detective pretended to be busy looking for four leaved clovers Tho dog was a triile suspicious at first but tho detective was u good actor and managed to de Â¬ ceive him compldtoly and presently tho dog lounged away toward the gate and then when ho thought the detec tive wasnt looking sneaked out Down tho alloy ho trotted a fat beef Â¬ steak in his mouth and presently turned into a vacant shed in the next block When the detectivo arrived he found the dog sitting quietly in tho corner of shed Ho seemed rattier surprised and a good deal mortified but was extreme Â¬ ly cordial In another corner of the shed tho last piece of steak was ropldly doing down the throat of nnotherdog This dog wasnthandsome In fact he was about tho homlicst dirtiest most unkempt and generally used up dog the deloetivo had ever seen There was an ugly sore on his side and his ribs were unduly prominent Hut ho was a dog if he wasnt leautlful and tho other dogs charity was clearly Jiis only sup port And this good people was a dog Not a man blessed with reason and education in tho principles of Christian ity but a plain brute dog Yet how many men placed in a similar situa- Â¬ tion would act the good Samaritan as he did Chicago Nows Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ sonal judgment Hut if death wiped out all scores if the disposition to say only kind things of the departed wero allowed to overcome tho truth history with its lessons and warnings could not be written The ucccpted record of tho past would be one continuous unliable falsehood An otherwise creditable and honora- Â¬ ble life was blackened forevur by the acceptance of a stolen olllce There are now advanced two views of the con duct of Mr Hayes at the critical time which tested tho quality of his soul and both aro false One is the view of tho partisanship which devised the con Â¬ spiracy to defeat tho will of the people and profited along with Mr Hayes by the success of that conspiracy It is torsely expressed by the loading re- Â¬ No other presipublican newspaper dent says tho Now York Tribune ever had so valid and incontestable a title to tho ofllce Whatever 111113 lc said of the struggle over returning boards in the three contested states it cannot be denied that by the concur- Â¬ rent action of both houses of congress and of tho United States supreme court his title to tho presidency was pusscd upon sanctioned and guaranteed The supremo legislative council and the court of last resort united In certifying to the validity of his election and it was morally impossible for him to act otherwise than he did in taking his in Â¬ auguration oath Those who hold this view maintain that Mr Hayes was honestly elected as president that his title originally good was strengthened and confirmed by the eight to seven votes of khe electoral commission and that in taking the oiliceMr Hayes took oulv what was his own The other theory regards Mr Hayes as having possessed no better title to the presidency than that which he de rived from a tribunal of doubtful constitutionality but of practical neces sity in the emergency that arose from the contested election Many repub licans and a few democrats are now saying that although the frauds in Louisiana and in Florida and the partisan decision of the commission gave to Mr Hayes an otlicc that had rightfully belonged to Mr Tilden both parties had virtually agreed to abide by the decision of the improvised court and Mr Hayes only did his duty in standing Iw the verdict They acquit him of personal blame He was innocent wjioever may have been guilty In other words according to this view of the events of 1875 and 1877 Mr Hayes was morally right in taking and occupying an oflice that morally be Â¬ longed to Mr Tilden whom the people Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ sideration of the courageous governor of tho bourbons of his party who aro still insisting that it was not the Me Klnley bill which olected Clevelund Louisville Conrler lonrnnl A MANLY EXPLANATION The Irenldent Klcct iiticlilutcn Iolut That Hit Often lleeti DNeimncil Now that tho campaign is over and than 1 cannot be accused of making the statement for political effect re Â¬ marked drover Cleveland to a friend a few days ago I dont mind telling you something about how I felt in my younger days because It wtis not my good fortune to be a soldier As a small boy my greatest am- Â¬ bition was to become a soldier and 1 would gladly have accepted a West Point cudetship if the opportunity had been afforded Hut my family was without Influence and 1 was obliged to work for a living When the war broke out and my old frronds and com Â¬ panions marched away to the front I thought that 1113 heart would break It was only on my mothers account that 1 consented to remain at home They say that I sent a substitute Yes I did but it wos the greatest tiial of my life to do it And for years it was hard work for me to raise the money to puy for that substitute The hard hand of poverty was pressing mo down and I suffered for want of that money Circumstances shaped to pre Â¬ vent me from entering the army but to my dying day 1 shall regret that fact Chicago Times POINTEDPARA GRAPHS If Melvinleyism was a blunder in 1810 and 1S2 it threatens to become a crime in 181KJ Philadelphia Telegraph 11 degree should no longer be thus specially be Â¬ friended nnd their view of tho matter It manl fcstly reasonable Wo com end this to the careful con- Â¬ 1 None But Royal 1 1 I Baking Powder is absolutely pure No other equals It or approaches it in leavening strength purity or No other See U S Govt Reports wholesomeness is made from cream of tartar specially refined for it and chemically pure No other makes such light sweet No other will finely flavored and wholesome food maintain its strength without loss until used or will make bread or cake that will keep fresh so long or that can be eaten hot with impunity even by dysrxiptics No other is so economical The Baking Powders now being offered in this vicinity with the statement that they are as good as Royal have been shown by the official analyses to be composed of alum and detrimental to health The official chemists of the United States and Can- Â¬ ada State analysts municipal boards of health and physicians indorse the great qualities of the Royal Baking Powder Mamma Egbert Eau Bobble what wero you light Kkaiism iMiiiACTirAiur Do you know society has nevah ing Tomtnle Brlggs fori Bobbie sonleo Cause been wcpwcscntcd in novels as it wcally ho said his overcoat was warmer n mine Is Thatiis Hlght Certainly not A novel en 1 know it Isnt causo mluo was bought must bo bright enough to be entertaining at a lire sale later Ocean Puck beroro it will succeed Wona for workers Aro you ready to work Tnc Wire Mercy on me Johnnys Then and do Byou want to inako moiicyl F Johnson Co of Rich fnllca m the town well and its tea feet moud wrfto to Va and seo if thoy cannot help you Fivo thottsuud deep Editor calmly 1 Â¬ dollars damages the paper enlarged and It doesnt follow that a man approves of the mortgage lirtcd The Lord will pro a cyclono oven if ho is completely carried vldo Atlanta Constitution away with it Foa Cocoas ano TmioAT Disonncns use dizziness orswhuming Biiowss BitoNCiiiAtTaociiis Have never in Foil sick headachethe back body the orrlieu changed my mind respecting them except mutismhead pain in tako Becchams Pills I think better of that which I began bv Rev llcunj Ward fiuchtr Rep thinking well of A FiitST ciASs Fellow The Freshman Mr Clevelands inaugural hat is Sold omy tu boxes Puck not an heirloom nor will he use it for IMiosstmn Dora Jininsoa vowed with oratorical purposes during his adminis- Â¬ oaths that hed marry Jessie Cora Then if housed oaths he cant mulce his tration N Y World good Yankee Blade Gov Mcivinley is still for Melvin Â¬ words leyism of course The paternal in Â¬ Uikanlinkss exercise nnd diet nre the cardinal virtues of good health Tako care stinct is too strong to permit of his re Â¬ of the first two and if vou know what aim pudiating the brat Boston Herald how to eat you need never be ill It ir The sum and substance of mos claimed that Gartield Tea a siiplo hcrL of the farewell messages of republican remedy overcomes tho resulis of wrong Cures Consumption Couglut Croup Sore Lving SHILOHS CURE of Mr Harrisons I everlastingly hate to let go but suppose I must N Y World Gen Clarkson of the republican governors are about the same as those Throat Sold by all Druggist on a Guatantee v M I Tho young man was sitting at tho club window cogitating Hello said his friend coining in what aro you thinking about A fow good resolutions I huve made for tho now year What are you going to do with them llroik them I suppose Why do you do that lilamed if I know Ive been in ttut rolutkm manufacturing business foe yftara turning out the very beat brand I could but all in vain they wo I tOtuul the I wonder if it wold be any um U offer a reward for pMnt reaohtUon warranted not to Needed Article consumption and his declaration that he had not lost courage and did not believe in giving up tho fight after ono engagement have fallen flat upon his party Tho St Louis Jlobe Demoerat one of the leading republican organs of the country pronounces It inllltuiy rhet- Â¬ oric It thinks that the governor is u good man but a poor tariff reformer It does not mince its words in uotlfylng him that his party has had enough of MoIClnleyism and knows when it has hod enough For instance Â¬ If ho means Dint tho theory unit tendency of tho eolobrutcd law which bears his ntuuu should bo ItiHlsteil upon In future contest then his At titude h nut that of a majority of tho voter of his party It may Iks Â¬ ttt muuauro which has been plainly and decisive repudiated by thn country but It Is nolgooC politics The MoKinloy law was thoroughly con Htdercd during tho lust campaign in tho light of Its practical operation and tho verdlcv upon ll wan owe of partitive condemnation There 1st ample jutitWlcatlou for tho belief that a Majority o thq American people arc In favor of a rational and prudent form of protection but hey are not In favor of the kind of protcc tloa that MeKlnleytftRt represents They do hot waat detlw tavled simply toliwrtww tho proHttj courageous to cling to a -l- leiroK Tree lr afiutecturr that are already fairly protf parewi er to eaoqurage Ww growth of truata tfeat i the wh ft k1vh cowmwdltl atvanUm aa to thr tatHmwtt et 4 taetr They are tataikel te lae the imbUc tot - national committee is credited with the intention of setting out upon a tour around the world Perhaps he proposes going upon an exploring ex Â¬ pedition to see for himself just how far that November landslide slid Louis- Â¬ ville Courier Journal When President Harrison was in Â¬ augurated four years ago he found 100000000 surplus in the treasury the savings of the Cleveland adminis- Â¬ tration lie has squandered all this together with tliu appropriations of the billion dollar congress and the last weeks of his administration are being spent in frantic attempts to con- Â¬ ceal a treasury deficit St Louis Re- Â¬ public His attendance at the grave of ex President Hayes is one of those noble and significant acts for which men live in history and by which they Eleeted president by make history ono of tho largest majorities known in a round century of presidential elec- Â¬ tions he has by a step as full of per sonal consideration as it is replete with broad patriotism afllrmed his alle Â¬ giance and loyalty to those enduring principles of law on which states rest and by which alone commonwealths are great Philadelphia Press Hep Those democrats who have begun to fear that the sincerity of the party in its declaration for a reform of tho tariff was being discounted by tho protectionist wing of tho party and that after all there might be nothing but a paltering with the tariff will be refreshed bv the blunt but forcible reply of Mr Cleveland to the Syracuse re- Â¬ porter who asked him if tho Mcivinley bill will be repealed Id like to know what else we are In power for said And every true the president elect democrat in the land will say Amen St Paul Globe ainen It does not speak well for the army that nobody could be found in the list of deserving soldiers fit to serve the country as paymaster and that President Harrison was compelled to appoint a civilian who hns been doing duty for tho past four years or less ns his private secretary We are glad to learn from the Indianapolis Journal which is tho newly made pay masters paper that tlte honor came to tho major without any solicita Â¬ tion on his part It is a great thing tc have tho office socle tho njnn and as rare as it Is great Detroit Free Pross The mere suggestion that there should bo a thorough investigation of the pension rolls such us that sug gested by President Jack son sixty years ago is resented and denounced as a display of cumity toward the union survivors ofjthe late war It is ro sonted oven in the faeo of declarations like those of the distinguished veteran Maj Gen Johu Gibbon who recent ly asserted that there can bo no ques tion that there la a very largo num ber of fraudulent pensioners and that the present system degrades patriotism to a beggars level JVwftalo Cour Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ you a ready made medicine for Coughs Bronchitis and other dis eases of tho Throat and Lungs Like other so called ThA IlOflt CVmirli Hvnm TnntesUnod U no In time bOlcl uy DniffKl8t8 Wo offer It Is now a Nostrum though at flrst it was compounded after a prescription by a regular physician with 110 idea that it would ever go on tho market as a proprietary medicine But after compounding that prescription over a thousand times in ono year wo named it Pisos Curo for Consumption and began adverlislngitina small way A medlclno kpowa all over tho world is tho result Why is it not just as good ns though costing fifty cents to a dollar for a prescription and an equal num to havo it put up at a drugstore Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Patent Medicines it is well advertised and having merit it has attained a wide sale under tho name of Pisos Cure for Consumption All cannot possess a 10000 Souvenir This sum was paid for the first Worlds Fcir Souvenir Coin minted In the shape of a coin but many can of art havefaosimiles of this valuable work only special coin ever issued by the U S Government for t each United States Government Worlds Fair Souvenir Coins The Official Souvenir of the Great Exposition Government are being rapidly taken by an enthusiastically patriotic people As there early promised to be a demand for these Souvenirs that would render them very valuable in the hands of speculators the Exposition Authorities decided to place the price at T 5000000 of which were donated to the Worlds Columbian Exposition by the 00 for Each Coin Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ and sell them direct to the people thus realizing 5000000 and using the additional money for the further development of the Fair Considering the fact that there were bxtsooooo of these coins to be distributed amomg 6soootoob people in this country alone to say nothing of the foreign demand and that many have already been taken those wish- Â¬ ing to purchase these mementoes of our Countrys Discovery and of the giuuucii cxpuMuun ever neiunouia secure as many as they desire at once Realizing that every patriotic American will want one or more of these coins and in order to make it convenient for him to get them we have made arrange- Â¬ ments to have them sold througlwut the country bv all the leading Merchants f not for sale in our tow and Banks send 100 each for not less than five oinsx by Post offke or Express Money order Registered Letter or Bank Draft with instructions hpw to send them to you all charges repaid to For Sale Everywhere ts Treasurer World1 Columbian Exposition Chicago j 111 tJ -- J o mmmm you are invited becauso undor all cirÂ¬ enterprises involving hundreds of pleasures of awoefoUieft We will gt HOMK HINTS AND HU cumstances of tho caso It is tlio beat for thousands of dollars Now the provl right up in the front of God without you to be invited and to which you go denco of life sometimes seem to bo a any fright All our sins gone there Oyster Krtyter abator of jht Sunshine Sheds Its Light becauso undor all the circumstances of senseless rigmarole a mysterious will be nothing to he frightened about one cup of Hour half a tepooofl at tho caso it is bettor that you go and cipher and tlio Cliristian a key to that There our old Christian ft iendsiwlll baking powder pinch of salt two agin Upon tho World leaving tlio shawls on tho second floor cipher and though ho may hardly be troop around us Just as now one of one cup of milk dip each oyster tn tftJs you go to tho pnrlor to glvo formnl ablo to spell out tho meaning ho gots your sick friends goes away to Florida batter and fry in hot knl aa yc fry Kternal to tho Klnfnl Mor- - salutation to tho host and hostess IKiIiik and enough of the meaning to understand tho land of flowers or to the south of uoughinus Detroit Free Free i o Kurtli It U lh Only liatiRlitor then movo around spon cling tho oven that it is for tlie best Now is thero not France and you do not see him for a -- Milk Take one ur ARiDingon ssermim Of loil ing in tlio discussion of tho weather sunshine in that Is thero not plcasuro long while nnd after a while yqu meet milk the Sherbet three largequart 1 jnlee of and in apology for treading on long in that him and tlio hollows undor tho eyes 6f sugar Mist and fraaaa laughter it jr Dr Talmngo Sunday forenoon trains and in effort to keep tho corners nearor tlio Far beyond tears than boisis aro all filled and tho appotito has come and one pintcream Â¬ tho Bamo as fountain of The milk will mv itched to a great audience in tho of tho mouth up to tlio sign of pleasure Have you novcr back nnd tho crutch has been thrown die by the addition of the lemon W5 fjbernacle on Tho Sunshine of llc- - and going around with an ldlotio he he terous demonstration Thero aro tears which away and he is so changed you uiiiiiu an ngnt in tne ireexing pre una tho text chosen being Lroverbs about nothing until tlio collation is cried for joy rloii Why aro eternal rapture in distillation liardly know him you say Farm Field and Fireside ways of plcasant- - served and llcrwaysaro 17 then after tho collation is Thero aro hundreds of peoplo in this 1 never saw you look so woll Squash PIo One quart of stewed - ii served going back again into tho par house who nro walking day by dnj in Ho says I couldnt holp but bo woll and strained squaRli a scant quart of You have all heard of Gods qnly be- - lor to resume tlie weather and then at tho nil is for 1 have ttcn Son Havo you heard of Gods tho close going at a very late hour to tlio sublime satisfaction that together climbingbeen sailing these rivers and boiling milk two thirds of a nutmeg best all things working these mountains and thats ono and a half teaspoonfulsof salt two mrlitcr Showas born in licaven Sho the host and hostess and assuring them for good for their soul How a man how I got this elasticity I never was cupf uls of sugar Mix slowly and well tho hills of our world that you havo had a most Kine down over delitrhtful can get along through this life without so well O my friends your departed when cold add four eggs On her brow evening gho had queenly stop and then passing down off tho the explanation is to mo a mystery loved ones aro only away for tholr Line deep plates withwell beaten and a plain paste celestial radiance Her voice was front steps tho slam of the door the wbs What is that child gone forever Aro health in a hotter climate and when after filling with the mixture bake in a Hor name Is Iteligion My text only satisfaction of tlie evening Susie you never to got it back Is your prop Â¬ you meet them thoy will bo so changed moderato oven for forty minutes Bos Â¬ Her ways are ways of Introduces her Oh young man come from tlie coun- Â¬ erty gone forever Is your soul to bo you will liardly know them they will ton Budget jietisantnesb and all her paths arc try to spend your days in city life bruised and to bo tried forever Havo be so very much changed and after Breakfast Dolicacy Wash a beef pence where nro you going to spend your you no explanation no Christian ex Â¬ awhile when you aro assured that thoy kidney let it stand flftcon minutes in Tho fact is evenings i But what is religion Let me toll you whilo thcro planation nnd yet not a maniac aro your friends your departed friends cold water Cook it in salted cold water Jiat theological study lias had a cliff cr are many plnces of innocent worldly Why whoro is that But when you havo tho religion of you will say cntcfleet upon mo from tho effect some Â¬ nmuseinont it is most wise for you to Jesus Christ in ydur soul it explnins cough Whoro is that paralysis Whoro till tender cutoff the fat slico tho kid Â¬ ney thin and return it to tho saucepan Every year I tear out throw your bod v mind and soul into times produced Where is that con- Â¬ on tlio fire cover with hot water just leaf from my theology until 1 Cliristian society Come to mo at tlio everything so far as it is best for you is that pneumonia neither Oh I onough for tho And ho will say to understand You look off in life sumption salt and hkvu only three or four loaves left In closo of live years and tell mo what has and your soul is full of thanksgiving to am entirely well thoronro no sick ones to taste add a gravy leaf butter pepper bay of the filler words a very brief and plain been the result of this advice Ilring God that you aro so much better off In this country I havo been ranging sizo of a walnut rolled in flour and statement of Christian belief with you the young man who refused than you might bo A man pnsscei these hills ami honco this elasticity I stow till tho gravy is thick enough fAii Hgcd Christian minibter said to take the advice and who went into down tho street without any shoes nnd havo been hero now twonty years and Turn tliis onto hot buttered toast vns a young man 1 icnew sinful amusement Ho will come dissiWhen have no shoes isnt it a hard not ono sick ono havo 1 soon wo aro all Drakes Magazine everything when I got to be thirty iivo pated shabby in apparel indisposed to said ship that I havo no shoes Other peo- Â¬ well in this climate 1 had only Baited Vogotablo Marrow Boll a jtars of ago in my ministry look anyone in the eyes moral charac- Â¬ And then I stand at tho gato of tho largo marrow eftiuudrod doctrines in religion when I ter eighty live per cent off You will ple have shoes no shoes no shoes un until half cooked then til lie saw a man who unci no feet Celestial City to sco the processions cut in half lengthwise and remove tlio IfOt to he forty years of age I had only come with principle settled counte Â¬ Then he learned a lesson You ought come out and I sco a long procession of needs and Inner pulp allow fifty doctrines of religion when I got to nance frank habits good soul saved it to got to thank God for what He docs instead little children with their arms full of cold and fill sixty years of ago I had only ten and all tho inhabitants of Heaven from it with a little finely 1 joctrines of religion and now 1 am dy Â¬ tlie lowest angel up to the arch angel of grumbling for what ho does not flowers and tlion soo a procession of minced cold ronstbeef chopped pnraloy God arranges all tho weather in this icings and priests moving in celestial popper salt an onion cut up ing at cventy flvc years of age and and clear past him to the Lord God Al- Â¬ world tlie spiritual weather tlio moral pageantry a long procession but no one or two sliced tomatoes small and fcerc is only one thing I know and mighty your coadjutors Aftor tho weather as well as tho natural weath- Â¬ black tnssclcd vehicle no mourning twt halves of tlio marrow havo been feat is that Christ Jesus came into tlie This is not the advice of a misan- Â¬ er I say Howstrnngo it is filled bind them What kind of wcatlicr will it bo group and rbrld to save sinners And so I havo thrope There is no man in tlio house together and bake Where is your Greenwood Whoro is When done to day said some ono to a farmer Mliccd in tlie study of Gods word and to whom the world is brighter than it placo on a hot dish The farmer replied It will bo such your Laurel Hill Where is your West- Â¬ garnished with parsloy Mako a light ii the contemplation of tlie character is to me It is not the advice of a dys Â¬ weather as I like And they shall cry plain omelet What do you mean minster Abbey j Ood and of tho eternal world that it pepticmy digestion is perfect it is and garnish with parsley There are no graves here by that Well asked the other accessary for me to drop tills part of not tlie advice of a man who can not and smalt points of ham Fnrmcrs And then listen for tho tolling of the Voice it will be such weath jy belief as being non essential while understand a joke or who prefers a said the farmer er as pleases the Lord and what pleases old belfries of Heaven tho old belfries tying to the one great doetrijio that a funeral it is not tlie advice of a worn Home Mado Oil Cloth Let mo tell of eternity 1 listen to hear them toll Lord pleases me m is a sinner and Christ is his al out man but the advice of a man who tho you how I made un oil cloth out of an old for tlie dead but they toll not for the Oh tho sunshine Jfphty and divine Saviour can sec tlie world in all its bright Â¬ Christinn explanation tho sunshine of dead they only strike up a silvery rng carpet Any old rngcarnet will do Hero Is somo fjsow take these three or four leaves ness and considering myself competent less wool thcro is in It tho bet Â¬ one bending over the gravoof the dead chime tower to tower cast gato to ami the ter I tacked tho carpot clown ovor my iuy tJTeology and I find that in tho in judging what is good cheer I tell the west gate as tlioy ring out They is going to bo tho consolation tat place and dominant above all oth multitudes of young men in this house What Tho flowers you strew upon tho tomb shall hunger no more neither thirst kitchen floor ns smoothly as possible When this morning that there is nothing in fg is tin sunshine of religion nny more neither shall the sun light on then made somo thin starch and witli Oh into n room I have a passion for worldly association so grand and so Oh no The services read at the grave them nor nny brush fo heat for the Lamb which an old careful went all over tho carpot Â¬ no The chief consolation on that rowing open all the shutters That ocautiim ana so cxnuaraung as in being to rub the starch well in grave is what falls from tho throne of is in the midst of the throne shall lead to it 1 iVhat I want to do this morning We Christian society let tills dry then gave tlio car- Â¬ God glorious sunshine them to living fountains of water and pot three coats of Sunshine jftapt to throw so much of tlie sepul light brown paint I know there is a jrrcat deal of talk Resurrection sunshine God shall wipe away all tears from feral into our religion and to closo the about the self denials of the Christian letting each coat dry of course beforo 1 find a great deal of tlio sun- Â¬ their eyes Again Sitters and to pull down tlie blinds I have to tell you where tho Christian Tills floor I can Oh unglove your hand and givo it to tho next wns applied shine of this Bible and of our religion tot it is only through here and there a hns one self denial tho man of the world in the climateric joys that aro to come me in congratulation on that scene I mop like an onllnary painted floor and viee that tlie light streams The re Â¬ has a thousand self denials Tlie Cliris-tia- A man who gets up and goes feel as if would shout I will shout when necessary a scrubbing brush may J gion of tho Lord Jesus Christ is a re is not commanded to surrender out from a concert right after hallelujah Dear Lord forgive mo that be used Prairlo Farmer lion of joy indescribable and unutter anything that is worth keeping But tho opening voluntary has been I ever complained about anything If all THE COOK STOVE W Wherever I can find a bell I mean what docs a man deny himself who de- Â¬ played and before the prima this Is before us who cares for anything irlng it nies himself the religion of Christ Ho donna sings or beforo tho orchestra but God and Heaven and the ctornal Sniim Sluipln SuuKtlon for Knnpliiff It In If there are any in this house this denies himself pardon for sin he denies ortlor begins lias a better idea of that concert brotherhood Take tho crape off tlio wrning who are disposed to hold on to himself peace of conscience ho denies When cook stoves aro now they aro who supposes that tho door belL than the man Your loved ones arc fir melancholy and gloom let them himself the joy of the Holy Ghost he chief joys of religion aro in this world away for their health in a land only nsually good bakers and tho house Â¬ am t depart this service before tlie fair denies himself a comfortable death pil- Â¬ We here have only the first note of the brosial Come Lowell Mason come wife is well plenscd with them but af-Â¬ ifand tlie brightest and tlie most ra low he denies himself the glories of We shall in that Isaac Watts and give us your best ter a few years oven of careful use eternal orchestra nt being of ail tho universe comes in Heaven Do not talk to me about the world trouble often bogins One sldo of tho havo the of dis- Â¬ hymn about joy celestial joy ma Son lias left our world but Gods self denials of the Christian life Where covery We will in live minutes What is tho use of postponing our oven bakes quicker than tlio other or wghter is here Gho her room there is one in the Christian life thero catch up with the astronomers the heaven any longer Let it begin now it apparently takes nearly twice tho l Hail are a thousand in tho life of the world geologists the scientists tlio philoso- Â¬ and whosoever hath a harp lot Princess of Heaven her amount of fuel and a longer time wghter of the Lord God Almighty Her ways arc ways of pleasantness phers of all ages who so far surpassed thrum it and whosoever hath an or- Â¬ to properly bako a certain amount of me in and make this house thy throne Again I find a great deal of religious us in this world Wo can afford to ad- Â¬ gan lot him givo us a full diapason pastry Of course there are good rea- Â¬ HI sunshine in Christian and divine expla- Â¬ journ astronomy and geology and many They crowd down tlie air spirits sons for this Ono great trouble is la setting forth this idea the elomi nation To a great many people this sciences to in of tho stoves aro fitted with air chambers p theory of religion is one of sun life is an inexplicable tangle Things of thowo shall thcrotho next world be Â¬ blessed movingchariot cnvalcado whirl dampers and regulators which need havo better appa triumph Their causc wheels wib 1 liardly know where to berin turn out differently from what was ratus and better opportunity I must in the Sabbath sunlight They conic careful manipulation In tlio absence cohere are so many thoughts that supposed There is aTiscless woman in study these sciences so far as to help Halt armies of Godl Halt until wo of full printed instructions the stove thupon my soul A mother saw her perfect health Thero is an industrious me in my work but beyond that I aro ready to join the battalion of pleas- Â¬ often becomes filled with soot and itle child seated on the floor in the and consecrated woman a complete in- Â¬ nshew in apparently inaccessible must give myself to saving my own ures that neverdie tehinc and with a spoon in her hand valid Thero is a bad man with 30000 soul and saving tho souls of others shutting off or absorbing O my friends it would take a sermon places said My darling what are you income There is a good man with knowing that in one flash of eternity as long as eternity to tell the joys that the heat and poor baking is tho mg there Oh replied tho child S0O income Why is that Then- is a wo will result Honco before condemning Â¬ I all Oh arc coming to te getting a spoonful of this sun foe of society who lives on doing all servatory catch it to studywhat an ob sunshiny door usCome just sot open tho tho stove examino fully into its in which astronomy in nil ye disci- Â¬ Sb Would God that to day I might the damago lie can to scventy flvo Heaven will be not by power of tele- Â¬ ples of tlio world who havo found the construction and if tlio manufac Â¬ utent you with a gleaming chalice of years of age and here is a Christian scope bxit by supernatural vision and world a mockery Come in all yo dis Â¬ ture has been an honest one you glorious everlasting Gospel sun- - father faithful in every department of if there bo something dpubtful ten mill- Â¬ ciples of tho dance and sco the bound- Â¬ will find somo means or thoroughly life at thirty five years of age taken ion miles away by one stroke of tho ing foot of tills heavenly gladness freeing tlie stovo from accumulations Irst of all I find a great deal of sun- - away by death his family left helpless wing you are there by another stroke Come In yo disciples of worlds amuse- Â¬ of soot Many times tlio damper in jje in Christian society Explain that Oh there is no sentence of the wing you aro back again and all ment and see the stage where Kings warped or broken and not ablo to perI Jo not know of anything more dole- - that oftener drops from your lips than in less time than I can tell you catch- Â¬ are the actors and burning worlds tho form its ofllce and if completely in PjHiat the companionship of tho mere this I can not understand it 1 can not ing it all in ono flash of eternity footlights and thrones tho spectacular closed the trouble can not be discovered kjimkets of tho world tho Thomas understand It Often tho chimney be- Â¬ And geology What a place that will Arise yo dead in siu for this is the or remedied fits liio Charles Lambs tho Charles comes stopped so that tho draft is slow Well now religion comes In just at be to study geology when the world is morning of resurrection Tlio joys of tthc ws of tho world tho men whose that point with its illumination and its being picked to pieces as easily as a Heaven submerge our soul I pull out or the stovo pipo is clogged To guard vc business is to make snort They explanation There is a business man school girl in botanical lessons pulls the trumpet stop In Thy presence against such troubles all kitchen stove He others laugh but if you will cx- - who has lost his entire fortune The the leaf from tlie carolln What a placo thero is a fulness of joy at Thy right chimneys and pipes should be most their autobiography or blo- - weelc beforo he lost his fortune thcro to study architecture amid tlie thrones hand there aro pleasures forevormoro thoroughly cleaned every spring and autumn and as thoroughly examined hy you will find that down in their were twenty carriages that stopped at and the palaces and tlio cathedrals St HIcHsed are the Milnts beloved of Owl as a farmer would a mowing machine 15 there was a terrific disquietude the door of his mansion The week af- Â¬ Marks and St Pauls rookeries in com- Â¬ Washed nro tholr robos In Juxus blood Ilrlphtcr than singclx lo thoy shine glitor is no sign of happiness The ter he lost hib fortune all the carriages parison or his wife tlio sewing machine when Their glories njilendld and sublime aine laughs The hyena laughs Tho you could count on one finger Tlie preparing for sevcro work When pur- Sometimes 3ou wish you could make My soul iwitkiiatCH tho day chasing a cook stovo carefully oxamlna among the Adirondacks laughs week beforo financial trouble began the tour of the whole earth going Would stretch her wiiitf und noar away every detail Some small handy con drunkard daslimg ins decanter people all took off their hats to him as around as others have clone but you To aid the song tlio palm to tcar M the wall laughs trivance should not be the cause of Tlio week have not the time you have not the he passed clown the street And now tho chief of sinners there overlooking somo glaring fault A well re is a terrible reaction from all his financial prospects were under dis- Â¬ means You will mako that tour yet Oh tho sunshine tho glorious sunii and honcstly mado and properly cared nmubcment unci sinful mcrri- - cussion peoplo just touched their hats during tlio musical pauso in the eternal shine tho everlasting sunshine for cook stovo should give good service jt Such men are cross the next clay without anywise bending the rim Tho anthem I say these things for the Lemon In icrin for twenty years American Agricul snap at you on exchange or they week that ho was pronounced insolvent comfort of those peoplo who are My husband said a physicians wife turist ryou not recognizing you Long peoplo just joltud their heads as they abridged in their opportunities those chanced to sco one day M quit mens worldly society for tlio passed not tipping their hats at all people to whom life is a hum drum who not long ago iMtnit In Olore standing on a shelf outside our kitchen n it is dull so insane and so and tho week the sheriff sold him out toil and work toil and work and Tlio newest gloves for evening wear somo molds of Jelly cooling 1 Mv nature is voracious of iov all his friends were looking in tho store who aspire after knowledge but have window are Suede mousquetalres in eight-hut-to- n past him no timo to get it and say If I had the for tho nights dinner They were unt havo it windows as they went down lengths Occasionally a glove of covered as they were out of the reach hvays walk on tlie sunny side of Now while tlio world goes away from opportunities which other people have four buttonlength Is sold but this ex treot and for tliut reason I havo a man when he is in financial distress how I would lill my mind and soul with of cats and iu full view of tho cooki tromolyjQijrt glovo finds little favor watchful eye But ho questioned me Bo not discouraged pu oyer Into Christian society i tho religion of Christ comes to him and grand thoughts about them and asked if it were out The verjBp wrinkled glove of twelve Â¬ You aro sick and your sickness my friends You are going to the uniweir mode of repartee hotter I llko says usual custom to leave jolly thus unpro- or twcnPrtton length extending be Â¬ Jjyio of nmusement better They is to bo moral purification you are be- Â¬ versity yet Death will ouly matricu- Â¬ tected I was obliged to reply the elbow is that so yondcontrary thonever seen to day on ger Christian people I some-- reaved God wanted in some way to late you into the royal college of tho glovo must fit the tho far as I knew it was Then he said notice live on when by all nntur- - takoyour family to Heaven and he universe arm and Is buttoned closely at the slit What a sublime thing it was that Dr Dont you know that when wo medical at the wrist with three fthoy ought to have died I havo must begin somewhere nnd so iio took buttons A most beautiful and Thornwull of South Carolina uttered mon want to secure minute organisms favorite glove for evening wear la the persons who have continued in thcono that was for investigation we expose golntino to I do not say in his last dying moments As ho existence when tho doctor said was most ready to ga 4 pearl gray though or in places whoro It opens it ex- Â¬ tlio airmalignant germs we havo con- what aro known as all the varletfeaare IfMght to havo been dead ten years that religion explains ovory tiling in this looked up he said mode shades Tho gelatine Or as Mr Top fined nay if their existence was a dc life but I do say it lays down certain pands it expands worn including deep shades of fawn grandly consola- Â¬ Indy the author of tllock of Ages in speedily attracts and holds them Im and light deer tints Tan colors still ot tho laws of anatomy and principles which aro afraid your flavored gelatlno does the ogy but tliov had this supor- - tory You know business men often his last moments or during his last remain popular though the gray and same Cool tlie jelly if you must 1 vivacity of tho gospel In their telegraph in clphors The merchnnt In hours looked up nnd said as though he cover it with a piece of sheer close but mode tints are newer For theater must Light nd that kept thorn alive Put San Francisco telegraphs to tho saw something supernatural wear and for calling a pearl whit certain in- Â¬ and then as he came on near the dying Un or better if yon have it some glove of suede kid fastened Vy feni uvolve Christian people in a room merchant in Now York pieces of glass taken from some broken Â¬ Â¬ ratiau conversation and you will formation in cipher which no oth- moment his countenance moro lumi- window pane And we have always buttons m considered the woat ahM - er man in that lino of business nous he cried Light and at tlie vry to 10 oclock hoar moreTcsoundglove of the keur What tjkl la ajt X Y Times but tho raerchaut moment of his departure lifted both done It since then ekoftea a fear batUa suede fto 1 sec more bnglit strokes of can understand - TlAAlu r trAutM fttrw lr find inritv tlimieht and nro- - in San Francisco has tho key to hands sow thing tmpefaattiral in his y of tdba 1m44mm fan gray ar countenance as he cried Lif hti Only Che poetry of motion I 1 The edit K4ru lt rwlb- - the cipher and the merehaat la New Uau may e aagwlatobr w7UUlHJU llltlU III WUJf keep retaraing it an Yankee Y tan Wly party Now wliuu I say York has the key to the cipher and on another ttaaie for Mmsfcfae Besides that we shall hare all tlie Blade there aro Idly party I mean to which that information trnItted ItELIGION - I tfrVV mMs rJ-fe- - fa M YX r i J t v X 7 MJM i Â¬ I r 1 4 - 1 Â¬ 1 n- - Â¬ Â¬ VI Â¬ Â¬ I i V i Â¬ v vi Â¬ 3 qp i f- aw - jj 5 1 - - - i Â¬ r f Jk i I I 1 Â¬ W33H wfrM v r 771iHyHt V M VJ 0 flit ltiM SPINCER COOPER lldKXSve 1iVt flnflBfs IkTkAva fLJB MViriB --- I Editor j 7 Hl fBfH MtK I aVVjjPUVjLJjrBIMfe- KSJKZ J JJti KY HAZEL GREEN Friday March 17 1833 opportunity for invostmont andj capital lata could got such grand roturiiR that ovory weok wo road with BurpriBO tho announconiont that aomo man or mon of thia or that town haa bought a largo boundary of land in Florida a atato wherein it takoa two mon a dog and a pint of whisky to ovon raise a disturbance Hero coal and timber of tho finest quality can bo had in suflioiont quantity for manufacturing purposes or for transport and tho land containing Eastern Kontuoky is ho full of m niiimmiiiiinwrwwwww J Logan Johnson of Grassy Mirgaa Gity MiWJi creekj visitod hia rolativos at this MAYTOWN MISSUKS - placo Friday and Saturday onrouto Wo notice an article in Tub II bkr r Ilnt ntv ii to Stillwater to attend church Sun H vlJ AIn l J15 mooting here a Hiiort timo ago y dav Born tho 12th inst to Wm tho Congregational mountain mis sion in which twelve conversions Shackelford and wife a boy Wo would rejoice Citizens aro proparing for farm wore reported was true out ing in this vicinity to know tho report v alas not ono is to oo nuum Aunt Patsy aro ilo not see why such reports Starved and Frozen tlt itftwiiit it liinu Hontn in nu Unit Within fivo milos of a prosper Â¬ a minister ought to be more careful about sending out reports that can Â¬ ous Wisconsin village and in a not bo established It must bo thickly settled part f tho country morally wrong at least among tho Mrs Ira Ames starved and froze to death The case was reported to young mon Dr Govedon and othor ministers the authorities audit was found will commence protracted services that the husband had spent most wife while at this place on Friday night of his timo fishing woro inhis rick a and seven children March tho Hist etv shanty without fuel or food JJro Cooper please lml enclosed 130 for Tub Hkiiald six months MR T E C BRINLY for Elijah Lockhart Aluytown Ky mwrmn 1 w i u mi nwwiimi hi1 I muiMiumi m liw LADIES - CLOAKS AT COST Â¬ i mm HAZEL GUEEX OF i H - your in vors wish you ami yours i i ii s nappv inappy new vein n ana at tnesamc ilfimtiA 4s t timiilltlflk llliif JcllMlO iwl illUl i I W1H- ULBUV IU tllimriUI-Jllllllt l i S blisses Clonks Gents Winter Clothing etc are be closed out this month -- cIIANKFUL for the pntronngc of tlic aj past and hoping to still further merit js v I l 1 C i e ia e I 4 3 a H O eg tt - - V f 3 i J i J k -- AT COST JOE THE GASII I1IU i V uwi mm m i tJ hnf nnnnrhiniiv UUM wvj v ovuuiiiiriv wiu Mm vnn linvn i 1 vw Wi s m A V xr May will leave Wednesday next for Da C A 15 iSamplo and It Has the following to say about the Elcc tropoise and how it cured after eflccta of La Grippe OIHce GREEN HUFFAKER LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY IIazkl Ey CO K1 p I kata Winies Wholesale Boots and Shoes Oil ASSY OUI8TS I Is K I IV tv bought romarkably ohoap Our pooplo have not the means to develop tho vast resources of this soction and to us it scorns atrango that others of our own state who aro ablo will go olse Monoy whpro with their capital invested in thoso mountains now will in a fow years bring tho par tios invosting an onormous profit and aurolv so Whoreas at other points tho vonturo must prove procarious to say tho least That tho wish is fathor to tho thought and prompting us in those asser Â¬ tions wo admit but facts will boar us out whon any ono dosires to investigate and wo do hopo Kon tuckians will look at homo before thoy carry thoir capital into othor atatos for invostmont Develop- Â¬ ment of our resources would make Kontuoky tho wealthiest state in it may bo Dr Halsey of this place who has been confined to his room and most of the time to his bed for about throe years is still vory low J J MuCiuiro of Omer made a flying visit to relatives and friends at this place Saturday and Sunday Wullis Loo Caskoy and Win have bought n grist mill and have sot it up at the Caskoy school house Henry Barker of this place vis- Â¬ ited his son John Barker on Still- Â¬ water Saturday and Sunday Tho now Methodist church at this place is nearing its comple llusv llEK tion with Ho is a noted Howard J preacher of the Sandy valley Miss Lillio Allen vory ofton moves her organ into tho church and gives us good music A largo cattle drovo belonging to Trimblo and G 11 Allen passed through town Alvin Jones belioves that every man should take a newspaper Horn to tho wife of Boon May a fine boy Eld A WHITE OAK CHIPS W A Oaks is stopping Brinly Miles Hardy Co Louiaville January 30 1893 Geuta While uttening the Memphis Fair home months ago 1 was attacked 10 1892 Gkkkn Ky with severe pains in my arms and legs To the Trade of Eastern Kentucky Contiguous to Hazel Green the effects of grippe of last winter I We have this day completed arrangements with the met your agent there Mr Ilarhert who is an old friend and lie insisted that I above named iirm and will handle their goods in large quan- Â¬ use tho Elect ro poise at his o lice which tities We especially invite an inspection by the merchants I did with wonderful results In a short time the paiiiH left me and I concluded as we are prepared to duplicate any and alTprices quoted in to rent a Poise When my rental time Louisville Cincinnati or Ivnoxville Merchants can buy had expired I bought it and would not part with it for any consideration It is these goods almost at their doors and save large freight bills certainly a wonderful instrument and We are prepared at any and all times to furnish these goods it is more wonderful as to how it does every qualitv size and price All we ask is a its work yet it dues it I think it is in anv and e Respectfully the duty of every man to mako known trial to the afllcted anything that will be a Represented by ED GREEK Hazel Green Ky benefit to them ami the Electropoise i mm will Verv respectfully certainly T E C- HNlKLY Mr Brinly is one of the oldest and best known plow manufacturers in the I J T DAY CO - FEDER SILBERBERG 113 115 W 31 CO country Tho diseases cured by the Elect ropoise are not confined to any particular classof ailments By its use oxygen is absorbed tnrough Uie pores and membranes adds strength and vigor to the entire system and will cure any disease where there is vitality to build on and a cure is possible Wc invite all to call or write and get full particulars Drs DuBOIS WEBB Koom 10 Norton block northwest corner Fourth and Jefferson streets Louisville Kv Third Street - CINCINNATI O WIIOLKSALK 11 l Represented rmlM by m k h MWM r M I gy smk F BRINKLEY gg m MTM ui I iS HIST itrm naf MAN UFACTURERS THE JlflYTflWJJ JBILL CO Is running constantly anil doing the best o work at the lowest prices Special accommodations for customers front a distance Without detriment to our home trade DR UJfilCGRALLS NEURO TONIC PILLS Tor the relief mid benefit of these that feel the need ofn nerve tonic restorative and blood maker we ofler DR WHITEÂ¬ tho union Loo County Nows ST HELENS SAYINOS Tub announcement comos from Washington that Hon James A Mackonzio will bo mado minister to Peru undor tho Cleveland ad Â¬ ministration seems to us that this is an ospecially happy appoint- Â¬ ment for it was through his efforts It that Peruvian products woro first R admitted to this country In that effort ho did a great work for tho pooplo of tho United States in that ho enabled then to buy qui- Â¬ nine at a reasonable price and ho Quinine has since lorn called Jim a namo that will never be forgotton by tho masses who robbed tho express oflico at this place ovor a year ago returned homo from tho stato prison last weok Thoy were imprisoned ono year each Nows wasrocoivod hore last weok that Mrs Clay Neodham of Boone ville was dangerously ill but cant atatv at this writing how her con Â¬ John Bush and Marion Dunagan dition r i j I Tub grand jury in tho fedoral court at Louisville on Friday last found two indictinonta against Collector Scoot Ono indictment was for a violation of tho civil ser Â¬ vice laws in assessing for campaign purposes and tho othor for aiding ami abetting in defrauding tho government- Mr Scott has a great many onemios in his own party and thoy claim that he has taken from his omployos something like 40000 only 1000 of which was turned over to tho national com mitteo Scott says ho can prove his innocence this writing is better Fletchor McGuire visitod the family of his mother Mrs Eveline McGuire at this place last Satur Â¬ day and Sunday Dr F M Thomas of Ezel sold his property at this place to F M No Jo W Pearl Street Snowden of this place Tho price Between Vine nntl Walnut paid was 800 of Cincinnati A Dr Holden CINCINNATI O prosident of tho mill at this place was in our midst last weok Dr Thomas F G McGuiro and C F Snowden went to Clay City Successors to Grossman Gouviou A Co last Thursday on business WHOIKSAIK MAXlKlTlltlltS OK A F Aldrich tie inspector for infant son of Mr and Mrs H B McGuire has boon on tho sick list for a fow days but at is Uruco HALLS NEUUOTONU PILLS No Bids Offered for Bad Rolls They are a jjreat help to Megrimine in the treatment of chronic headaches neuralgia MAXrFACTTKKUS AX I JOIIIIKKS OF We do not make them and hnve no demand and all other painful nervous troubles For debility exhaustion nervous prostration for them in our trade and qeucral lassitude nothing will build up the system and tone the nerves like the THE MAYTOWN MILL GO NElHO TOXIC IMLLS They increase the W W MAKKEKMnmiRpr appetite strengthen the whole system fill the veins with fresh warm blood and thrill the nerves with vigor and new life TI-IE-Straw Goods and Ladies Nervous debilitated young or elderly Trimmed Hats ladies who need help at critical times of life will find in XElJtO TONK PILLS a 107 and 109 W Pearl St friend indeed WINCHESTER KY Convalescents from all forms of disease will gain strength and health more rapidly CI NCI XX AT I O N II WITIIERSIOON President by using them Where a general tonic and restorative is It I HUNTER Cashier needed you have all that can be found in A bitters elixirs other Paid up Cnpitnl 20000000 tures condensed and a neat unpleasant mix into little gelatine coated pill easy to take and eertaiu in its Surplus 6000000 IMIOllTKKS AN1 DKATKKS IX action This Hunk solicits the accounts of mer iCi Eor sale at this office Price 50 cents chants farmers traders and luincsH men per box of 50 pills generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and oilers its customers every facility and the most liberal terms within the limits of legitimate hanking oetl8ly Lamp Goods Etc Giasswaim HLBERT PIJ1YEH BRO Has Gaps Gloves jeltf WINCHESTER BANK L HOOE GO iililil Rose Jones KY Traders Deposit Bank MT STERLING HAZEL GIIEEN KY 30000 Are the only firm in the town which ban dies the justly celebrated Capital J M 200000 Siitpirs Boots and Â¬ KrossuScpiKerGo nifiSTAFF Piesident G L KUtKI ATKICK Vice President W W THOMSON Cashier trom the wholesale house of Shoes Co - f tho Lake Shore at tho McGuire A F Lyon Jameson house road is registered house mine host of tho Beattyville was in SABME1Y IN ALL ITS BRANCHES OKFKK AND generally throughout Eastern Kentucky A general banking business done Give us u chance to send you a bank book jmyyour checks and loan von monev when in need W We re5itectfully solicit the business of merchants farmers traders and business men OP Tracy PORTSMOUTH OHIO Jtfl Whcn you want the 1JEST footwear noglv iileiu a dm Thompson Cash our midst last Sunday Marion James of Jofforsonvillo Intl is visiting relatives at this Lohbna place Meaefse County News FliKXCHlllIM KKBSHBTS DR UJRICGBALLS Faspple Dressnu I am now prepared to cut fit mid make dressef and other garments in the latest PAtTOItY Tub news comes from Washing Â¬ ton that President Cleveland is op Â¬ posed to reappointing the old office holders undor hia former adminis Â¬ tration and is credited with saying that if a man could got along four yeara without oflico thoy could atill exist or words to that effect Every house in town is occupied and a demand for more One man had to locate in the country be- causo ho couldnt get a house Luthor Kingo was tried before Judge Caudoll last Saturday under ohargo of broach of tho peace and fined 50 HILLEK Mtyried at tho rosidonco of tho bill closing barber shops on Henry Ranger tho brides father Sunday As it had alroady pastiod Levi Katliff to Palmero Hanger tht house tho governors aignaturo Sheriff John B Lyona has tent U now only noctwsary to make it mi property in town of J F Osbon and will move this weok law irf i 1 The Kentucky senate has passed 1 m ft - ft1 VVlrw - wmmmmmmmmmmmmm a utumm flirt tu iwit rwir T Wiiix for fcuc ootrimiiouer ti two Ulitioiml vV liill IkwitWU Otttfttr Xiws f but hW tonftd tHfwm m to Ukj ground a Jff PAXTQS JOINTS Smiths hckiiw fw was ImriioU day nyo I style Satisfaction guaranteed and prices reasonable Also teach the art of cutting ami iitting iy chart itespeetfullv AY MRS P J For the benefit of persons nlllicted with rheumatism in anv of its various onus we oonlldentlv ofler DU WHITEHALLS Do TXEXRY L MATLOCK Business With a Home Institution IIIIKUMATIC CtKE ns n prompt mid ellb cient remedy one that can be relied upon WITH THE CLAY CITY In the intlamatorv form of the at all times disease relief may be expected in n few hours he fever subsiding the pain ceasing CO HUZEH and swelling diminishing from the begin tilug of the treatment CLAY CITY KY In the treatment of ehronieeases in order WHOLESALE 50000 to eliminate the constantly accumulating Capital poison from the system the remedy must be FLOYD DAY FKANK B lUSSELL persevered in until a healthy action of the President Cashier No Hank in Eastern Kentucky has better different organs can be established and its formation entirely suspended Persons lia- vaults nor better facilities for keeping your ble to rheumatic attacks from auj cause account MaiiJged entirely bv home people such as error in diet exposure to draft of who know you and who are always ready to NO 12 QAY STREKT air over beating dampness or change in accommodate you the weather should begin to take the rem jmMoney to loan on reasonable rates KNOXVIIJiK TENX ed yas soon as first s inptoms are noticed Call on us thereby avoiding much distress Inconveni TU1XJK AMOH 1AVIM mid pain WKST IUIKUTV KY ence yon hnve AY HOUSE tl sttfl neck Isme buck muscu Â¬ If WITH Hazel Orfen Ky lar sorness tender inflamed and swollen Su MRS LOU DAY Proprietress iolnts you can confitleitlv expect qulsk re Â¬ This house has been recently reStted and lief bv the use f DU WHITEHALLS MANUNAGTURERS CLOTHING lUIElMATIC THE rolnrnUhedand the table is ut all times sh Sold Ht THK TlKKAM office at 50c n box piled with the best in the market Hates H VI lwrl Wrt CINCINNATI reasonable Sample room attached and apt Thp trude of KttrM KcHlueky wervhHHts cial rates to commercial wen Patron U riHetMly wHtiUd J Q AM AT TIIIS orriOK respectfully solicited Nos 74 and 76 Main Street CINCINNATI O RHEUMiJIC CURE National banK HgM Â¬ Â¬ ettman Bros Oo D taJ r f t f Ifl - t v - t fa V AGRICULTURALH1NTS LEVEL GROUND BARN Ilrtiu or One rthnt Cannot lie Surpassed for Convenience I hero inclose the plan of alovcl promul barm Af tor having throo bnso ttient barn 1 lmvo decided that for heulthfulnes of stock the level fjrounil bnrn Is tlio best Tho plnn of this barn is very simple and cannot bo surpassed for convenience The plan I send is of the hind that I would like for my Â¬ self Anyono buildinjr it can change various parts td suit The lloor of barn is four feet higher than the horso or cow stable lloors or covored yard Tho sill of tho burn would como on a level I I I c c 10 A I M no A s l south kipvatiox ikiwikciivk burn floor O cow stulilo 1 feed iilley 0 hllo 11 horse ntntilu I hay loft above cows or hhtcp JflxOO audit feet liiirh J huy loft above liurt-t-12x1i mtcl 10 feet high U Fig 1 south elevation but is out to show stubles Huy for cows left is above them and can be thrown down ut us many places as in feed alley ouo chooses Tho huy can be put in at end of loft or one side The silo is at south end of feed alloy thus making it convenient to feed cither huy or en silage Hay for horses is about them and can bo thrown down on barn lloor and fed from lloor or in shutcs In the granary the bins are all above and grain can be drawn from bottom with Â¬ i 11 x ii 2 KAST i - is yr i atfijgttSTasg ag KIO st a - KIKVATIOX 15 covered ltarnyurd the ilottoil line showing tliiiioof I1 loft above yard for straw W wall Thus a walk of 17 feet gets the grain for horses As theyAtre four feet below the barn lloor they can never got out upon it If you are keep ing sheep grain can be drawn in feed alley D The barn lloor 017 will hold the grain in sheaf of a small farm say 0 or 50 acres for which this plan is in tended Larger farms must have a larger plan and at threshing tho straw can be put over the yard At F see Fig 2 east elevation straw can be put in from lloor or put in at side Â¬ Â¬ in pipes H I c VAi h I I J r i i D C i u IMi il -I- lAV OK ItAltV i A barn lloor ITMM M Kranary 10x13 row HUtile IDxGO I feed alley fixM K cov hallway from bam lloor to rrwl yard UOxIW II horse hlable X feed alloy ttlln 10 tiuors doors Straw can be thrown down from room F to horses at southeast corner or to cows or sheep at north Â¬ corner or be thrown down cranh while vou wcronwaVI Second Friend mid CriiteN r west Woll through the lloor into yard below The boxes here illustrated are the negative ah tho fact is she guvo mo her You will also notice that horses cows cheapest ones wo make says A I I etc can be turned into yard from Root iu Handling Farm Produce and I see said one real estate dealer to an Â¬ Â¬ ABOUT ROOT CROPS Rbwi Thfc We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward They Are Profitable for Furm Near the for any casta of Catarrh Ut cannot be cured City Markets by llalls Car tar rk Cure Co Props Toledo O P J Chemrt Many farmers have learned that good Wo tho undersigned havo known F J crops of potatoes nro profitable when Choucy for tho last 15 years and boliore grown near enough to market to bo him perfectly honorabla in all business disposed of without too long carriage transactions and financially ablo to carry Tho samo consideration must be re Â¬ out any obligation mado by tholr lirni To West garded in growing crops of boots tur Â¬ ledo O Tkiux Wholesale DruHKlta Marvik Wauuno Kinnan nips carrots parsnips and othor roots Wholesalo DruKHstR Toledo O Halls Catarrh Curo Is taken internally They nro both bulky and heavy in pro- Â¬ mucous portion to their price A good deal of acting directly upon tho blood and porbot surfaces o f tho system Price 75c hard work must go for all tho money tie Sold by all Druggists Testimonials they bring That is true also of pota- tree toes They are not like tho cheaply Tun Usrui Causk Lord and easily harvested grain crops The Charllo is going to marry FitzMudSlr an American roots uro worse than potatoes in this girl Nol Why I had Lord Haversnnlto that after they aro out of tho ground no idea his Unuiiccs wero so low as thai I their tops havo to be out off Potatoes Puck can bo dug by machinery and only Tiimu aro pcoplo who seem to bollovo need hand labor in picking up and con thov aro growing in graco whenever thoy veying to the market wagon Woll Unci that thoy can do wrong and not feel bad grown root crops however yield so Rums Horn much more heavily than do average If Checkmated Early potato crops that for thoso not afraid Rheumatism is shorn of Its terrors Whon of hard work they pay better than It is young nunlhilnto It with Hoatottors long most others if land is good and sea Stomach Hitters ana prevent lire llablotoralways to chronic it son favorable they will at a low price ture If it isheart with aisfatal rcsidt Tho attack tho give a largo return per acre Root poisons taken to curo it simply allovlnto its crops are one of the sure ways by pangs and aro thomsolves duugcrous in a slight ovordoso Indigestion liver or kid Â¬ which an industrious man can pay for ney trouble eostivencss malaria and loss of his farm Maybe he will earn his uppctlto unci tlcsh aro remedied by tho Bitfurm while paying for it Most do ters Hut it Is at least better than tho hard Maihxt Tell mo candidly docs your work that men most afraid of labor wifo care for voul Marigold O yes Id often are obliged to do and get no ro starvo if she dldut turn at all If a man has enough to Oxn trouble with tho church is that thoro sustain himself while working it he nro too manvbnbes in it from four to six may buy an aero of rich hind put It foot high Rams Horn into roots in tho spring and pay for the An Important DIITcrnnce land with the product the coming fall It is not very likely that the price ol To make il apparent to thousands who any kind of roots will fall low enough think themselves ill that thoy aro not af system fected but to prevent this being done There is simply with any disease Is to that thocomfort needs cleansing bring never likely to be the close competition homo to their hearts as a costivo condition is in root growing in this country that easily cured by using Syrup of Figs Manu- Â¬ will always prevail in grain growing factured by tho California Fig Syrup Co Though they may not wish to grow Men most liberal in their views give their roots for market ye farmers should opinions away freely before they aro UBkcd grow enough to at least make a change Picayune of feed for the stock they keep through What do you think of A Had winter Turnips and beets ate best for thu hoard Lookout of directors of the now joint stock hogs and are especially good for breed company Half of thorn aro pcoplo who ing sows before as well as after far- are eapablo of nothing while tho rest aro Fliegcnde Blatter rowing Carrots are excellent fot capable or anything horses A peck of them a day is worth Look iNTnn BA rnixo Estahusument more for each horse than tho price ol I told vou I tho temperature them in tho market Meets carrots hereand now I find wanted Attendant No 100 It 110 and parsnips will each pay better fed wonder if you lenvo tho thermometer la Fliegcnde Blatter to cows than they will be to market tho water so long With a well stocked farm there is a Tun barber can hold another mans jaw home market for a large supply of when ho catit hold his own Philadelphia roots and if any aro grown for market nines ing by the bushel the home market treacher Tun may well take tho place of any other ous tho Sius TiiGACimnv it isHow of craft Yes oeoau Is full when the price is low Tne stock cxchnuRC A horso trade THE POULTRY YARD Nothing a bad man owns enn lost long Lkt the Hock have a pan of coal ash AiCT up job Pickles es every morning Shovki the snow away from about A TitAMi Steameii Tho station house lodKiug rootu Puck tho doors of the poultry house Do not give all the fruit and vegeta Â¬ question of tho hour What timo Is ble parings to the pigs lot the poultry iUThe Lite have a share We all believo iu snowballing until we Is Tin house overcrowded Thin get lilt iu the neck Atchison Globe out tho poorer specimens and give the others more room The flock will pay Occasionally a man who Is intomled for thechmvh turns out to ho nothing hut a better Hawks may be caught by putting a nave Binghumtou Loader dead chicken on a polo and fastening a I tiioikuit vou took an interest in mv No sir replied steel trap on top Chain tho trap to welfare said William Husau only iu your furcwell tin pole of course Wood ashes besides setting free the A man who has lost his collars m a laun Â¬ ammonia of tho droppings bleaches the dry refers to tho institution as a big Iron shanks of the fowls and should not be and steal syndicate Washington Star emptied in the poultry house Gosling I believe in ngo A Requisite Ik there are no outer sheds with a before beauty Van Broot Its neces Minuy exposure for tho Hock to fre Â¬ sary in your caso Itll glvo you u beanl to quent thoy had better bo confined to cover that mug of yours - Puck the house Wading in slush and stand Dooirr They may talk about business iiur in a winter wind do not promote being bud but I know a mnn whosu trade is Indeed I What is lie looking up Dunn health nor induce laying Tid Bits Dooley An astronomer TiiKbestof tho self regulating incu bators require Watching The operator cr this water Askino Too An ignoramus is vory dirty must bo intelligent I am valro sorry but vo cannot succeed in hatching chickens by cannot bo expect to wash jso water sure Judge machinery Instinct will beat ignor Â¬ ance every time whatever manufac Â¬ But Skids finishing his talo of woe turers may saj Farm Journal sho dldut return my lovo Pabcr un editor absent mindedly Perhaps you neg lected to inclose stumps BOXES FOR VEGETABLES They Aro iik Cliexp art Ordinary llarrcU Fiasr FaiExn Did yon get her photo Â¬ Â¬ JUST A LITTLE pain neglected may become Just a little NEURALGIA SCIATICA LUMBAGO RHEUMATISM DONATBEOECEtVfD wlih Ait Knamels awl ralnta whlh vnrnrwu inn iiniiuxiiiiiiru inu inM nmi la RHIltnt04 The HUln Sun Stove Im Itirnlk anil tlis connwr Mjra tec ao or kIim imckHKe with everr vurchaM may make a cripple Just a little SPRAIN BRUISE BURN Iolh Oi 1 jfc w jvh iff may make serious inflammatioa Just a little may make an ugly scar Just a little will get a bottle CURED FOR A CENT If you hac a hard rasping counb COST of ST JACOBS OIL A PROMPT AND PERMANENT CURE Years of Comfort against Years of Pain for Â¬ Â¬ JUST A LITTLE A copy of the Official Portfolio of the World Columbian Exposition descriptive of UulldhiKS and grounds beautifully illus- Â¬ trated la water color effects will be sent to any address upon receipt of ioc in postage stamps by Tint Ciiarlus A VpCKLUK Co Ualtimoku Mo and a feeling of tightness across the chest with fever yu must take care or you wil have an attack of pneumonia If this be the case lose no time but get a bottle of Reids German Cough and Kidney Cure It is the only cough remedy on the market 1 if r that will instantly ax Â¬ relieve pneumonia because it is Â¬ stimulant but perfectly harmless so that you can take it in any quantity until you are relieved If your druggist does not have it write us on a postal card giving your name and address and the name of Send it to the SYLVAtf this paper I used August Flower for Loss of REMEDY CO Peoria III and vitality and general debility After we will send you a trial bottle by taking two bottles I gained 69 lbs I have sold more of your August mail free August Flower j A Â¬ Â¬ Flower recommended by me I have hundreds tell me that August Flower has done them more good than any other medicine they ever took Gborge W Dye Sardis Mason Co Ky than any other medicine I ever kept Mr Peter Zinville says he was made a new man by the use of August Flower since I have been iu business A SHARP JOKE rMantlniO Mm bunnttttrof ticki Htm Ukr borne sod um i fr wthrowi ptpcr Into eloU Wit got la cloMt for bnwh Act II Noon silti tick on tli floor of hU fool pcritac VET A POINTED FACT IN 4 ACTS Arrt Apt III n 1 - vM J Act iv Â¬ Â¬ F NGINES LA PORTE Mj BUMELY Co fAVSKit7 luti joiwfiu TRACTION AND PORTABLE RUMELY- - anil Is deUjhtol to buy Ntziaty NlfhtMnilIrotdflnitMkthte -- I Alflabtu MsnuiuamercDaiiiiiUM Hurt Br C Home Tacks BtcYcd in box of six tpsrtminU 11 dlrtrtnt Ind Ucki which will seowniotUI ttitnuelrr to ail boma you iiimi want ioiaauiiD Act iu yuu vo utc want a bos of I lorn Tukt Had saialr by tka Honlty Dtps Atlas Tack Oarpo BtXtimm WtntM Ulm 5t Tk rsilUllk Ckl rMtorlM TihmMim Fkltkttn Kuk WklOM SUas anM r WMMntJt mmvm FOR SALE EVERYWHERE WKfTircsficrs and Morse Powers Wrlto for Illustrated Catalceue mailed Free k k IND Â¬ 4 WEEKS - nno box vf llijmlolnns rucotu llrnlu Wnrkorn tiipiiil tlipni Ijiwtimh HoaVkPOtxirs nml Hlo- 1 nogrnphors uso maui uunrnuimMi 10 rum norv oiiHiiMAs lii nur form IrlrortO cuntx T4IKIM CO rAITAT MKIIKIM jvivtit Toletlo Ohio NAUET111S P1PXR H luu -- VACATION Ntandnrtl Nervn Capsiitra Till KrUinil IVHSX OTrrome FITS I UUIKD Trial lluttle tnti bj sil Currssrtrrall others fall AiJdrrn lULh tHKJttUWest lkUa11 Cures Constipation pMTcfleoM CCmcntb tu SSP -- pOFrooiliUiVJItu CnrtvHloklltartachcHralorpjComplczlonSSTritDoctur1 Pills Sdlnplo free UHlKLoTKACnS19W UthBtNY k Garfield Tna Iluu J mult iiAtl of eatlnir LMsom Itfltncily for Cntnrrb la tho Heat KaHltit to Urn1 nud Choapust Sold by ilrukklntfl or cont iy mall j r HuMltitiu Wurruu Va 13 kLI iv uvvnni m i nii i MoVlekorN Tlicnt or Clilcajro Ill i I trnlutcnt by lltlnr vhtMinV Nnilirlnr Thautanill rurtl SvA At In attnn1 v ANIC paprr 1433 W1IKN U KITINO TO AllVKItTIMKItH tlio AdvcrUjitimcnl atnle thai juu tr tlKASH tn a Ubla BALM ClflansoB the ELY3 Alliy kaln ami luflanimaUen 11aaaKa Iteatoresi Nasidj Tulo and Hrnell and IlpaUPCnartJ CmiBMisTARrvfo r- - -- Â¬ mmimw ivinta the Soitrilt ft U CHiUklv Abtorbed ixaitfaUorbywMiL KLYiiHCfca Warren 13 UWYj JMIflI i ivcft lCclluf at onco for Cola In Jluad Â¬ Mcru--Wait- Where is He Going To the nearest drugstore forabottleof Durangs Rheumatic Remedy a medicine that never fails to cure rheumatism It is taken Internally and does the work promptly without drugging the system with poisons This Is not a new remedy that you need wait for your neighbor to try to see how it works as it has been before the public eighteen vears and cures when everything else falls spoken friends and never failed to recommend During the past year the bottle has been enlarged to FOUR TIMES its original size and the remedy greatly improved so that we now offer you the best treatment for Rheumatism known to medical science The price is one dollar a bottle or six bottles for five dollars and Is sold by all reliable dealers in drugs OUR 4o page PAMPHLET SENT FREE BY MAIL m Â¬ GENERALS SHERMAN and LOGAN were Its out- Â¬ The covered yard has doors at north Â¬ west and southeast corners to drive lliroufTVvhen hauling manure This barn is 00 feet square to to speak having main burn H020 with an L ilOx il tho covered yard finishing tho square This yard should have a Hat iron roof Doors windows and cupola can be made to suit the builders -- K O Halstead in Ohio Farmer Puna roMitiitlon Statistician F t White of the census bureau says that the decrease in the nor cent of farm nonulation since lSIO Js very small that the increase in city ponu ation is duo to tho relative de crease in village population which in turn Is chiefly due to the country me chanics and small factories having been absorbed by cities and large man Â¬ ufacturing establishments Tho llgurcs regarding farm population are doubly significant they fail to show the drift Â¬ ing away froui the farm that is uni Â¬ versally believed hi and give a dismal emphasis to tho fact that slnca 1800 the aggregate of furm wealth has do- i f t Via nnttmi fill srkiwl 4A l tional wealth to about oucfifthsof it nv hvvbiuiubhi il hii me years oi prior to I8ii farm wealth had been about one half of the total wealth but since that date it lias rapidly fallen in- o the plaoo it npw occupies Wiiv cannptyonseoure private cus Â¬ tomers for your sfr and thus add bljC pcroontKjfe of protit America Â¬ I 1 stables other that you still havou vacant hoilso in Yes was tho reply it vour now row la lust but not leased Washington Star PURELY VEGETABLE Dr Pierces Pleas ant Pellets Theyre a compound of re fined and concen KJ I I siattki noxis tho ones which soil best For the ends wo use six fdats instead of boards cross Â¬ wise thus making them open on tho ends us well as tho sides These aro used for tomatoes apples cucumbers etc In fact there Is po fruit or vege Â¬ table of about this size or lurgor that could not be handled in these crates S llll Itrnted botanical ox- tracts Theso tiny sugar coated pellets I tho smallest and A tho easiest to take anu nliboiuteiy durAncs rheumatic REMEDY O 1am STREET WASHINGTON L D CO r BEWARE OF FRAUD ulne without V L iouKia nans RUd price Mtamped aabattsn Lsslt larimstiHrKBHj tisld everywhere W L DOUGLAS GENTLEMEN dm fiwi permanently cure Constitution Indi VsHssiipl S3 SHOE A f They are as cheap to ship garden stuff to market in as tho ordinary barrels and crates besides being much lighter ami neater Tho above cut shows tho manner in which all tho boxes aro packod for ahlppiug In three for a cathartic Theyre the cheapent pllle you can buy for theyre 0iiuraHfcr to give fcatkfactkm or your money is returned You pay only for the gcotl you get Jigmmn of TlMo Oblu gestion Sick and Bilious Headaches Dizzi- Â¬ ness Bilious Attacks and all derangements of the liver stomach and bowels They cure prrmancntltj Ixsmuse tbey act naturally They dont shock and weaken the system liko the huge old fashioned Oue pills And theyre more effective little pellet for a corrective or1 laxative - BFi sSSSSSSlsMsl BBBssiisssssV Lsu M A mKfi V K sSK l sVasmf TYBHrt a KIbBBHbBS EMsBsBBa MWsBsMiAr BBBP JBPrjv m m m iaBBBif bbbbK lBiafBfJBJHBfBB P r sBbK t will not tin Calf seatnlcsA smooth inside more conifortabW utylish and durable than any other Uo sold at the price livery style Equals custom-vmim znsue auoes costing irQirt 4 to 5 lssV The foUowtaff are of Uic sane Wga aUadsM menu vBm 94M and 5h PltM Calf iraad tewW BI 939 Iollce IsrmcM aad Ifettcr4rrM am for Worxlttr Mm ami yiBkK Sase 9J3Ssi7f 9JMYMtas au4 nor jsaee aim tot irri Uaudcwed iaje aud aM Uosk els I LADtESl m vii BB W CbbV 91 a 8wed shoe that rr Ml r- A Nvm tf Wl V - - MbW IffAjaygjewe MbMUHT VBBW BUB yiiiMilf tlBsHBsBv BbOOMMsMII 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mty CaHNclIman Looked at Lexington b Tho Hath circuit court cloned itt Owhigdvilln on Monday of IiihI Week Bud EwingniulGqorgoClaU wood Jxt1i nogruufl wuro BOnt to tho ponitontinry for tliroo yonrs and a 1ml f each for hiirhwny rob bery having Hnatoliud 51 from ilm linlui of Alf Stool two months ago in tho slrooU of OwingrfVillo Hobo Ann Tumor a nogro wo Â¬ man got oighteon iuontlisa in tho iwnitontiary for fiilw swoaring Hugh Bult was tried on a chargo of attempting to criminally assault MisH Ollio Hughes but tho jury oould only Unci him guilty of a OityCouneilman Mat MeXama tUi Knariiiitec 0 cools a box Price House Cough Hemedy in tho houso for a C T MjlGd 107 KACE STREET good many times its cost and aro A VALUABLE recommending it every day From Cl CINCINNATI OHIO personal experience we can say A that it bus broken up bad colds rNDKHWKAl SHAWLS HOSI J BUY OIOVES HI ANKKTsJ SIS for our childrenCenterville South PKNDKHS and all kinds of Mnnll As agent of the owner oiler for sale at mvEraLMSivWLKf i FLEASKTO Dakota Citizen 5H bottles for aji g Qyl Mnrl KjrjbY private contract a valuable laiin in Morgan win es and other goods in Notion ami Rallroals Rjsfonsiblo lor Bad Roads Hoso ifc Jones Furnishing Goods Line county Ky containing It is plain that if there had been sale by 108 A CHICS AIohk OK Lkss G IKDKIlA CO II no railroads in our country for the Tho Mason Foard Go Suod This fin in is located miles east of Hazel 100 Church Street New York Cii ceu on the road leading from Iiuthsalem Jast fifty years thepeopio would At a mooting of the sinking fund Special attention to mail orders NEXT MORNING I FEEL BRIGHT AND Iiavo boon driven to give more at Â¬ commissioners hold at Frankfort THE elmreli to West Liberty and is only one NEW AND MY COMPLEXION BETTER half mile chinch building Ad tention to tho wagon roads and by ono day last week the following Mr doctor hji It nets frrntly on tho13stomach llrer Joining thefrom the the public school buildplace is ml kidneys and Is a pleajant lnmtlve This drink Is this time tho whole country would resolution was offered by Treasurer nisito from herbs and is prepared for uso as easily as ing for the district Theie is a i room LSIGHTriSnPRICELESS dwelling on the place in good repair and a have boon coverod with a network Halo and unanimously adopted by tea ItH called good barn Uxl0 feet of woll constructed stone and gravel tho board Sixty acres ot the land is cleared anil the And all who would retain it should consult AlldruBfriatsfiollltatSOcand 100 a package If roads loading in every direction remainder with truss for frea sample Hosolvod That tho attorney IoucnniiotKOtttnom1youradmoves the bowels eaeh Oak Pine covered etc a virgin forest of N ones Poplar Tho railroads have absorbed tho general bo and he is horoby direct Â¬ Jay In Family Medicine thlliieceiarr Addle onlertobo healthy There is a ltiilitl well of water and a fine OUATOU KWOOIMVAKO LcltO V Y attention and tho capital The ed to bring suit or suits as aro neces Â¬ young orchard of o0 bearing apple trees on multiplying of all manner of voh sary for tho commonwealth of Ken DKAIKi IX the place fii li cles has continued and millions t f tucky against tho Mason UV tIlIIllLl LOUIS CO is Vv itm biilance in one and 00 years SPECTACLES Foard V two money and tons ot thousands ot company aim u k luason com Â¬ with eoual note at 0 per cent well secured wiioiiMviK iiiiits ix pooplo aro on gaged in construction pany present and former lessees Assuror ftntlier parlieiilars addiess DIAMONDS SPKNiKU COOPKIt of the citios and with the of tho Kentucky penitentiary at but out tlJIOtf Hazel irc n Ky oxcoption of a fow hundred miles Frankfort and tho branch peniten Â¬ of macadamized roads the vohiclos tiary at I0ddyillo together with of all sorts must travel over roads the convict labor confined tjieroin WATCHES that quickly ruin them and aro for all sums due the state on con Â¬ North Uppir Striit not worthy of tho civilization of tracts and accounts coming within Third Race ami Union Sin LEXINGTON KY any people in any land Wilm- Â¬ and under tho jurisdiction of the Wo carry the ponds CINCINNATI O dint will suit voiir 9Tlie hesl oculist in the State is with ington Messenger sinking fund commissioners as trade and our price are TIIK LOWKST this house and prices on everything the special attention to mail orders is emlly farueil by tun in of cIHut cx in any lowest ex oflicio directors of said prisons Call on him when in Lexington Rheumatism Quickly Cured purt of tliccouiitrj who willing to work imlm trloti ly ttt tin uiiiplowiu iit liiili we furiilli Thoe days is a very short time in Coughing leads to consumption Hie labor N light ami iiik xoii run no risk whatever We lit ou out ioiiiiUti8o that which to cure a bad case of rheu Â¬ Kemps Ualsam stops tho cough at you can give the biisiiu-s-- a tiial witliout exneiie matism but it can bo done if tho once to oiirieir Forthoe williugto do a littlework this N the grandest oiIt made 1 on can work proper treatment is adopted as day or in the evening onlv If oii are em plOMil ami luuea few hpuie hour ut xour dU COAL FOR THE FAIR will bo soon by the following from Yu can attend school at Hazel Green poal utilize them ami add to oar Income Academy live months at the following cost liKs ULLO - fifTlCTCl Jamos Lambert of Now llruns- our biMlius will not tiinlne at d Yon Ill Hoard J per week beanuwtd on the tart at the mpfdlti and en e wickjll I was badly atllictod with Threo Bin Lumps of Canuol Coal from an bv which j oa dollar upon dollar dav in uiul Tuition per month Eastorn Kgntucky Mine la out hvell begiiiuiis uie uee liil fiom the rhouniatism in tho hips and logs Washing 10 cents per week tir4t hour Auvoueciii run the iMiriiti - none There passed ovor the Ken tuck when 1 bought a bottle of Cham Â¬ fall You should trv nothing e until voa ee 1iiion road today a car containing for yourself what on can do it the tiiiiiM berlains Pain Halm It cured mo whkh we oiler No oanitit rii Ued Women are Teachers Course HiKsiness Course nnd throe lumps of cannel coal which Preparatory Course grand worker4 nowadavs thev mike a much in threo days 1 am all right to Â¬ in as men hev liouhl tr this buMmw as it co being taken to Chicago to be day and would insist on everyone well adapted to them Write at once and ce tor Hfl aaB CJ Kl WJ iM iWW Instruction Thorough Discipline Finn yourself Aildu At C li II who is aflliotod with that terrible piacen in mo mines and mimni Expenses Minimum llov 8h0 1urtluml Mo disoaso to use Chamberlains Pain building at tho Columbian exposi- Â¬ The coal was taken from SOt tion Balm and get woll at onco Instrumental Music 50 cents per lesson Oeorgos creek mines in Breathitt Vocal 25 bottles for sale bv Koso it Jones county and each separate piece jt Scientific American Suspootod Murdoror Droaks Jail Mr Godsky will give especitil attention weighs ono ton u our Hlocutiou and Keudini elasses jjst Aacncv lor Charles Johnson accused of kill- Â¬ An agent of the Worlds fair It Cures Colds CoughsSoro Throat Croup Influen Ilveiy pupil lievond tiie Fifth Ieader A ing Policeman Cox at Lamaseo commission is in Eastern Kentucky ta Whoopins Cough Bronchitis and Asthma and grade should enter our Reading Drill clas certain cure Tor Consumption in Qrat stages Use at sure relief in last Christmas had his examining getting up collections of hardwood You will seo thoadvanced stages aftr takinpone thn excellent ollcct Knter school now and prepare for the first dose Sold by trial at Fddyvi lie last weok and which will also bo displayed at tho bottles 60 conts and doalors everywhere Larfc 100 July eamiuatiou was hold over under a 2000 bond ulncago lair Loxingtoji Leader in default of which ho was oom iu llCStlS QliAJilV CAVEATS T DINUFELDKK B Cliolerluo in Pennsylvania TRADE MARKS WITH mittod to jail Tho next morning DESIGN PATENTS tMj W Swickley IVnn We had an ep- Â¬ when the jailor wont to food tho LUPVniOHTI prisoners he found Johnson had idemic of cholerine as our physi Â¬ rrnJnPan 5ndrco Hanilbools wrlto to M ROBINSON MUNN Je CO Sol llllUAUWAY SKW Yomr CO Oldest bureau for aecurlnjj patents In America cians called it in this place lately gained his liberty talcon out by us H broucbt boforo Krerr twitint the public Sy anotlco given free or cbargo In tUa and I made a groat hit with Cham Â¬ Importeis and Jobbers of Favors Employing Convicts berlains Colic Cholera and Jiar CREAM v Burglars and malefactors of all rhrea Hemedy J have sold four DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS olassos might still bo utilized in dozen bottle of it in ono weok and Lareeatclreulatlnn of any sclcntlflopaper In thn world Bplondldlr lilustratoil Ho many parts of tho country if only have since sold nearly a gross This man should bo without it Weekly intcUKronta No- - 537 r30 ami 041 saoo yean 150 six months Aldros 3tttJN tho stato legislatures could bo in Â¬ Hemedy did the work and was a VUBUauciu aoi Uroadway Wow York Sty YEARS -- West Milin Streol FOR duced to enact the proper laws If lug advertisement for mo Several MAUPIN tho convicts of Alabama or Arkan Â¬ porsors who had been troubled Has led all Worm Remedies LOUISVILLE KY WITH EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEFD sas for instances were set to work with diarrluea for two or threo I D H CARPENTER upon tho public roads and kept weeks were cured by a fow doses of PHILLIPS SOLD EVERYWHERE rrsrifcTu IUKB10STA1tL0HtD CO HTLOCIS WITH thoro until oyery rut and nuulholo this medicine WHOLESALE DRY GOODS and sand bank should bo removed NOTIONS BOOTS SHOES c lMMvXAPHiO n J- - F LOCK HART M CO forovor what a god send a good and 25 and 50f bottles for sale by feGly OATrETTSIUMtGKY nwuuu viui i uurgiars aim oiner Hose vt Jones p JOIlllKKH IN N fci DESTWXST Chamberlains Eyo and Skin Hardware monitors would he to those power- Â¬ Agricultural Implements If you aro bilious call at this ful but newly commonwealths Ointment ofllco and get a free sanipln of Or A certain enre lor Cbronlo Soro Eyo OLIVEIt CHILLED PLOWS MALTA Washington rost K7KI KY PLOWS COOKS MILLS EVAP- Totter Salt Ehoum Scald Head Old Whitehalls anti bilious pills IJYllD His Way Te Get Even UUAJUIS CHAMPION lEArrls I Chronio Son Fcvor Soros Eczema AKlTuYl Cnmpton Kv Itch Prairio Scratches Soro AND MOWERS STODDARD AND V No Doobt Ataut It On tho night of Fobruarv a Nlpplos ACM v ij rail whs taken out of tho Ohio Val- Â¬ Thoro can be no doubt that tho ATTORNEY-AT-LA- Y and Piles It Is coolinc and soothincr HfinnsE H A R RO WS v Arn ctuu ley railroad track at Animal Rock subject of road improvement is ono r Ahstraets of title furnished culler Hundreds of cases have boon cured by 110 ami 112 SiroNJSrirrT trorttle near Dickson Union coun Â¬ of paramount importance to tho tions made and prompt returns guaranteed it after all other treatment had failed I RONTON O ty No clow was discovered until poorly of this country No improve Â¬ Connected with the law firm of Wood Day It k put up a 25 and 00 cent boxes Mt Sterling Ky in civil pmetiee ono night last week when it whs ment would so greatly aid tho CllAS JUCllANAX TioIFaIuTSta m vvm found that J E Thompson a for- Â¬ Amorican farmer as that which ArrouxrY-AT-LAmer soction hand had borrowed would give him as good roads as Practical Livery Feed and Sale Stable Xm found in tho poorest dis tin hx from a negro on that night may CAMPTON KY nd returned it batturod and brok triettf nay of Ireland ami Italy HAZEL OREEN KY HAZEL GREEN KY Will practice in the courts of Wolfe nnd the Speelnl uttentiou to Uepnirimf nml satjo A collar button wag fouml HeliinJJ Poa body fm adjoining counties All business entrusted laetlonjiuimiiiteed Shop nt old OuininiiiH irlinilltle tunl Sln nyr tlmrock hIsq whioh was idon- toour care will receive prompt attention IHjrn nml Sathllt HorM stiiml on the lilll neurtlie llernM olliee Waxtki At this ollice some tifttatl m Thompson s It was lor hire 1nriles eouvev WM B LOGAN NtRta onion nets for which wo el to hiiv point on reoi QOMIIS HOUSE fttttfcfir fmuKlthatThomiwtm whs VTiTr Hide terms CAMPTON KY stnery whNi uiaKtlmrKfed a few rill pay tho market price k xii v n - will uImi nttend to nil eHll for hui Druggist and Bookseller Uy bfot tlw attemptetL wrtHkr HACK S S COM IK PuoiMturroK A irTftBKmtt realty ACHKH MUUs tloiieerinx nml xolieit hiutueto pi tliU kind maopam puu r jm ar all whhm WJXCHKsTKK KY NH KK lU ipeetfullv v Wm mm pwjnnu wm fuiktWwl up aha rrtttHl MhII nruVrA pnunptly ttendedto miiiI JOHN H iMKiivrr MHitHrSH tHOS Th iwtmniMN nriki imvellnjf pHlllle U TTKftM Cull ulien iu renpeellly it viuir itatronair M irtU MIM ytCl lHt IMMl HMytrVt T HeitiMi i InhliMhe lit M hiiiI pvwpiy U KMKttvIlM V MT H Ocsvltw J Mill VKINTINd city dJiyut MlteHtlwH Hwoaring in tho cano in which ho was charged with assault and was Hcntoncod tothreoand a half years in tho penitentiary Casy Connor was given three years for horse stealing Itoforo court adjourned tho bar hold a meeting and passed resolu- Â¬ tions unanimously recommending Judgo John E Cooper tie presid Â¬ ing judjjo for appointment to tho judgeship made vacant by the res- Â¬ ignation of Judge Howell 13 Jack Â¬ son misdemeanor and fixed his fine at 2000 Tho Hunio man wiw indiet od tried and convicted of false ra of Lexington went tothoHta-tion-hous- o while drunk early the other morning and demanded tho release of a friend who had boon apt looked up for drunkenness to give him up and Crane refused the councilman began cursing the polico saying among other things that the entire force could not ar rest him He backed into a corner of a room and made a motion as if ho were going to draw a pistol Oflicer Haley covered him with his stitution rovolver and MeXamara was ar- Â¬ rested charged with being drunk Kfedlnff R tonic nr children tlint want building up should tuVu Ho was paid out by a friend and IHIOUNS J HON MTTKItS MoXainara has gained went home It li plcRMH tc tnke circs MhIiuIii indigesunite a reputation by defying tho tion and HillouMieM All dealer keen It police to arrest him while drunk llanos Medicine moves the bow Â¬ Heretofore ho has made his h lulls els each day In order to be heal go through by this is necessary Â¬ Tho authorities of Vermont and New Hampshire who aro looking after tho abandoned farms in those states report that they have a list of 1700 wealthy men in tho eas Â¬ A positive and permanent cure for alt forms tern cities who express a willing- Â¬ ness to purchaso farms for summer HEADACHE EURALGIA residences as soon as the road sys Â¬ tem is improved The moot prompt mi fe and Mire relief for all aenle pains in nv part of The lesson in this ease is appli- Â¬ the human s stent There aro cable to every section thousands ot weal toy men in SIKCIAIlY COM lOt MM IIV southern cities who would purchase farms and keep them up in good S style if the country roads went in The refill of uiauv vearo eMteilenre n a first class condition Atlanta Con hpeelalist in the treatment of pain DR lUfilCGRaLL i ppp--- sj I M m kFllEDJHEINIzl 135 E MAIN STREET JjhH I WlIITKHALLfMD III lit VOUS UHllMx H H H LEXIHQTOW ky WATCHES aiaBalfellBNHH Mothers Wo aro Recommoudatlon acquainted with many SSW AT - mothers in Centorvillo who would not le without Chamberlains iB5WBP Wtrns M The Dr Whitehall entlenieii Mv wife had not been free from heailaehe lor two his at a time for ten years until Nlie used vour celehrateil remedy M KG III MINK It stops her head aehe and leaves no had elleelsj and that more than all my uiedieal fiiends and niv self have been able to do positively recommend its use for all forms of headache or neuralgia Take it strietl- - in accordance with directions and you will as sirelv be iclievcd Yours trulv i1 llKllltoX Fiine 25 1SM Meiimiiie Co Ixt DIAMONDS CLOCKS JWLRY Solid gillrer AND Optical Goods S gfegf It I It ATT M D Solil ut Tim Herald oilier on poitl G FARM JCut i FEDER FOR SALE I 5 W wmgmh WW B Â¬ LflNESMEDIGINE STIX OTIS W SNYDER i 1 ai 1 Dry Goods notions c JEWELRY ONE DOLLAR I EVERY HOUR pU-i-a- nt i feiGraficaiiei 11 flaaW t 111111144 i -- 1 Yit I 4 wj aaai 1 RCyvl Vavf 1 itt rfMiP1 Kts J WHITES 20 Sffiwfflas 1 VERMIFUGE Jwtttara H J D W KERR 3 1 1 in cmr f J HPi1ERAf T W BootiStoBtfer 1 - Im r tBSS i M Ji-lr-- l iib fi 1M vvvrf ti ht vomfov rxMeMi PW UAI1 vr tiiw otKi Hxflfk ftM e HiW i