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Id AMONG THE FISHE They Wire the First of Uiving Things to be Created Fren Votare the 8hh and Mean were Kin tftcti the Witters Were Filled With May 1m Oewtnree Sermen I llUltt Tilnirr l toy D T molishing everything but tho stump or fish part of tho idol practically said You may keep your fish but know from the way 1 havo demolished tho rest of the idol that it in nothing Divine Layard and Wilkinson found tho fish an object of idolatry all through AsÂ¬ syria and Egypt The Nile was full of fish and that explains the horrors of tho plague that slaughtered tho finny tribe all up and down that river which has been and now is tho moin nrtery of Egypts life Iu Job you hear the plunge of the spear into tho hippopota- Â¬ mus as the great dramatic poet cries out Canst thou fill his skin with barbed irons or his head with fish spears Yea tho fish began to swim in tho very first book of Genesis where my text records and God said Let the waters bring forth abundantly the Do moving creature that hath life you realizo that the first living thing that God created was tho fish It pre- Â¬ ceded tho bird the quadruped the hu- Â¬ man race Tho fish has priority of res- Â¬ idence over every living thing The next thing done after God had kindled for our world the golden chandelier of the sun and the Bilver chandelier of the moon was to inako the fish The first motion of tho principle of life a prin- Â¬ ciple that all thousands of years sinco have not been able todeilno or analyze the very first stir of lifo was in a fish What an hour that was when in the Euphrates the Gihon the Pison and the Iliddoket tho four rivers of Para diso the waters swirled with fins and brightened with scales All tho attri- Â¬ butes of the Infinite God were called into action for the making of that first fish Lanceolate and translucent mira- Â¬ cle There is enough wonder in the failed plate of a sturgeon or in the cartilage 1 The most piquant appetizer is ab Â¬ of a shark to confound tho scientists stinence and the demand of all the It docs not take tho universe to prove a nil uric 4rnf lie irilrffit nn Sun God A fish docs it No wonder that Ldav mornintr on fresh fish from Lake Linntuus and Cuvier and Agassiz and iGonnesurcth for you must know thaURhe greatest minds of all the centuries that lake has four names and it is sat enraptured beforo its anatomy Oh worth a profusion of nomenclature and its beauty and the adaptness of its it is in the Bible called Chinnerete structure to the element in which it To must live the picture gallery on tho Tiberias Gcnnesaroth and Galilee fiour extemporized table on Sabbath sides of tho mountain trout unveiled as morning came broiled perch only u they spring up to snatch the flies the sfow hours beforo lifted out of the grayling called tho flower of fishes the isacrcd waters It was natural that our salmon ascending tho Oregon and the minds should revert to the only break- - Severn easily leaping the falls that last that Liirist ever prepareu ana n would stop them the bold perch tho was on those very shores where we gudgeon silver and black spotted the rcakfastod Christ had in those older herring moving in sqadrons five miles lines htruclc two Hints togeincr ana long the carp for cunning called the et on fire some shavings or fox of fishes the mondrous sturgeons ight brushwood and then put on formerly reserved for the tables of roy- Â¬ arger wood and a pile of glowing al families and the isinglass mado out bright coals was the consequence of their membrane the tench called the Meanwhile the disciples fishing on the physician of fishes because when ap and applied to humaifailments it is said to poor luck lakc had awfully every tnno tney urcw up uio net it be curative the lampreys so tempting hung dripping without a iluttering hn to tho epicurean that too many of them or squirming scale But Christ from slew Henry II aye tho whole world of tho shore shouted to them and told fishes Enough of them floating up hem where to drop the net and 153 and down the rivers to feed the hemi- Â¬ ig Ush awarded them Simon and spheres if every car of corn and every athamel having cleaned some of head of wheat and every herd of quad- Â¬ oso large fish brought them to the ruped and if every other article of food als which Christ had kindled and the in all the earth wero destroyed Uni- Â¬ oup who had been out all night and versal drought leaving not sJ much as ere chin and wot ana nungry sat a spear of grass on tho round planet All that would leave in the rivers and lkes and own and began masticatiou enc came oacic to mo wnen on oau- - seas for the human racci a staple com- Â¬ bath morning December 18S0 just out modity of food which if brought to tho side tho ruins of ancient Tiberias and shore would bo enough not only to feed Iwithln sound of the rippling Galilee but fatten the entire human race InÂ¬ awn breakfasted times to como the world may bo so poptho Bible ulated that tho harvests and vineyards Now is it not strange that imagery is so inwrought from the fish- Â¬ and land animals may bo insufficient to eries when tho Holy Land is for tho feed the human family and the nations IJmostpart an inland region Only three may be obliged to come to tho rivers i iaucs two ucsiuo tne one aircauy mun- - and ocean beaches to seek the living MnmJit HI Tlnfiil arn whnrn harvests that swim tho deep and that 11UMUU tm UtblllUlJ ISII fish can not livo at all and as boon as would mean more health and vigor and tbey touch it they die and tho birds brilliancy and brain than the human swoop on their tiny carcasses and tho race now own The Lord placing the fish in the first third tho Tools of HoshUon wnicn are dry Only three course of the menu in Paradise making alternately full and ivera of the Holy Land Jauuoic it precedo bird and beast indicated to About all tho the world the importance of the fish as Kishon and Jordan fish in the waters of tho Holy Land aro an article of human food Tho reason tho perch tho carp tho bream tho mm- - that men lived 800 and 400 and 300 and rtrtow tho blenny tho barbel so called 900 years was because thoy were kept ihceauso of tho barb at its mouth tho on parched corn and fish We mix up chub tho dog fish none of them worth a fantastic food that kills tho most of Â¬ Delaware shad or an Adirondack trout us before thirty years of age Cus-Â¬ Well tho worlds geography has tards and whipped sillabubs and Ro worlds bill man punches and chicken salads at tho hanged and Lake Gall midnight aro a gauntlet that few have f faro has changed lee wab larger and deeper and better strength to run Wo put on many a saying that locked than now ana no aouov wiu tombstone glowing epithets the fisheries tho person beneath died of patriotic rivers wore deeper and wore of far more importanco than now services or from exhaustion in religiousÂ¬ felesides that thero wus tho Mediterra work when nothing killed the poor low but lobster eaten at a party four nean sea only tlilrty livo nines away and tho fish were salted or dried and hours after ho ought to have beenÂ¬ torouirht inland and so much of that ar sound aleep in bed Thero are men Â¬ our streets so many walk ticle of food was sold in Jcrnsalom that day in might havo been A libli market gave me name to ono oi ing hospitals who had takon the by and it athletes if thoy khe gates of Jerusalem near my text and as called tho Fish Bate Tho cities hint of Genesis in remark and adhered to ad great reservoirs in which fish were of our Lords kept alive and bred The Tool of Gib- - simplicity of diot The reason that the furnished most isaian anu ouiu- - country districts have of our time who mh was a Ush pool Large fish Were of tho men and women on refer to fish pools merÂ¬ ent nlivo and tied fast by ropes to a Are doing inthe mightiest work in med Â¬ mechanics in laws iu tako in these reservoirs a ring having chandise theology i legislative and on run through thoir gills and that is icine in all the presi Â¬ ho meaning of tho Scripture passage congressional halls and down Washington at least biyti uyi Canst thou put a hook dents from V Ilev T DeWltt Talmage Sunday morning preached In the Tabernacle a remarkably interesting and eloquent Hermon on Tho Ichthyology of the Bible of God among the Fishov being H continuation of his scries of discourses The text chosen on God Everywhere And God said Lei was Genesis i 20 the waters bring forth abundantly the moving1 crcaturo that hath life What a new book the Bible 1st Af ter thivtv six years preaching from it and i discussing ovor 3000 different subjects ifonndcon tho Word of God tho Book is as frcbh to mo as when I learned with u stretch of infantile memory tho Jesus shortest verso in tho Bible wept and I opened a few weeks ago a new realm of biblical interest that neither iny pulpit nor anyone elses had over explored and having spoken to you in this course of sermons on God Everywhere concerning tho Astronomy of the Bible or God Among the Stars the Chronology of U13 Bible or God Among the Centuries the Ornithology of the Bible or God Among the Birds tho Mineralogy of the Bible or God Among tho Amethysts this morning as I will speak J may bo divinely helped iGlitlivoiocrv of the tho in vui nlnint Among the Fishes Bible or God Our horses were lathered and tired out and their fetlocks were red with blood cut out by tho rocks and 1 could hardly get my feet out of the stirrups tins on Saturday night we dismounted on jttlu bnach of Lake Galilee The rather liberal supply of food with which wo iliiitl been started from Jerusalem was f well nigh exhausted and the articles of 4fliit riiinnlnimr hull hv nft rfltiutitlflll jtthreo times a day for throe weekB I never want to see ceased to ippetm rn Hg again and dates with me are all out offline For several days tho Arab caterer lie could speak but half a dozen English words would answer our ro liucsb for some of tho styles of food with which we had been dclectated the Fin- first few days by crying out i into his nose or bore his iw through those whohave amounted to anything With a thorn So Important wm is because they were in thoee exmntry the fish that tho god Dagon worshiped districts of necessity kept on plain diet by the Philistines wm made half nsh No man or ever amounted to and half man and thai is the meaning anything who was brought up on float Â¬ of tho Lords Indignation when in ing island or angel cake The world I Samuel we read that this Dagon the must turn back to paradisaic diet if it fish god stood beside the ark of the is to get paradisaio moral and paradi Â¬ Lord and Dagon washy invisible hands saic health The human race to day dashed to pieces because the Philis-Â¬ needs more phosphorus and the fish Is tines had dared to make the fish a god charged and surcharged with phosphor- Â¬ That explains the Scripture passage us Phosphorus that which shines in Tho head of Dagon and both the tho dark without burning palms of his hands wero cut off upon What mado the twelve apostles auch the threshold only the stump of Dagon stalwart men that they could endure was loft to him Now tho stump of anything and achieve ovory thing Noxt Dagon was the fish part The top part to Divine inspiration it was because which was the figuro of a man was they were nearly all fisherman and dashed to pieces and the Lord by de-Â¬ lived on fish and plain condiments won l tnt Paul though not brought up to swing the net and throw tho line must of necessity have adopted tho diet of the population among whom he lived and you see the phosphorus in his daring plea before Folix and the phosphorus in his boldest of all utterances beforo tho wiseacres on Mars Hill and tho phosphorus as ho went without fright to his beheading and tho phosphorus you 6oe in tho lives of all the apostles who moved right on undaunted to cer- Â¬ tain martyrdom whether to bo decapi- Â¬ tated or flung off precipices or hung in Phosphorus shining in tho crucifixion light without burning No man or woman that ever lived was independ ent of the questions of diot Let those who by circumstances aro compellod to simplicity of diot thank God for their rescue from tho tompta tion of killing delicacies Tho mon and women who nro to decide the drift of the twentieth century which is only seven or eight steps off aro now five miles back from tho rail station and had for breakfast this morning a similar bill of faro to that which Christ provided for the fishermen disciples on Indeed tho banks of Lake Galilee the only article of food that Christ by miracle multiplied were bread and fish which the boy who acted as sutler to the seven thousand people of the wilderness handed over five barley loaves and two fishes The boy must have felt badly when called on to give up the two fishes which ho had brought out after having caught them himself sitting with his baro feet over the bank of the lake and expecting to sell his supply at good profit but ho felt bettor when by the miracle the flsh were mul- Â¬ tiplied and ho had more returned to him than he surrendered Know nlso In order to understand tho ichthyology of the Bible that in tho deeper waters as tliose of tho Mediter- Â¬ ranean there were monsters that aro now extinct The fools who become Infidels because they can not under- Â¬ stand tho engulfraent of the recreant Jonah in a sea monster might have saved their souls by studying a little Oh says somo one natural history story of Jonah was only a fable thnt Says others It was interpolated by Others somo writer of later times say It was a reproduction of the story of Hercules devoured and then restored But my reply Is from the monster that history tells us that thero were monsters Inrgc enough to whelm ships Tho extinct ichthyosaurus of other ages was thirty feet long and as late as the sixth century of tho Christian era up and down the Mediterranean there floated monsters compared with which a modern whalo wus a sardino or herring The shark has again and again been found to swallow a man en Â¬ tire A fisherman on the coast of Tur Â¬ key found a sea monster which con- Â¬ tained a woman and a purso of gold I havo seen in museums sea monsters large enough to tako down a prophet But I have a better reason for believing the Old Tcbtament account and that is that Christ said it was true and u type of His own resurrection and I supposo In Matthow xiL He ought to know For as Jonas 40 Jesus Christ says was three days and three nights in the whales belly so shall the Son of Man be three days and three nights in the And that settles heart of the earth It for me and for any man who docs not believe Christ a dupe and an im- Â¬ postor Notice also how the Old Testament writers drew similitude from the fish Â¬ eries Jeremiah uses such imagery to Behold I will prophesy destruction many fishers saith tho Lord send for Ezeklel and they shall flsh them uses fish imagery to prophesy It shall come to pass that tho fishers shall stand upon it from En gedl even to En eglaim they shall be a placo to spread forth nets their flsh shall be according to thoir kinds as the flsh of the great sea exceeding many The explanation of which is that En gedl and En egiaim stood on the banks of tho Dead Sua in the waters of which no flsh can live but tho prophet says that the time will come when these waters will be regenerated and they will be great places for flsh Amos The reproves idolatries by Baying day shall come upon you when he will tako you away with hooks and your Solomon posterity with fish hooks in Eccleslasticus declares that those captured of temptation are as fishes taken in an evil net Indeed Solomon knew all about the finny tribe and wrote a treatise on ichthyology which has been lost Furthermore in order that you may understand the ichthyology of the Bi Â¬ ble you must know that there were One was by a five ways of fishing fence of reeds and canes within which the flsh were caught Herodic govern Â¬ ment forbade that on Lake Galilee lest pleasure host be wrecked by the stakes driven Another mode was Vy spearing the mourn and they thnji not angle Into And Job any a Canst thou draw on t leviathan Awl Habakkuk says with a hook They take up all of them with the angle Another mode was by casting net or that which was flung from the shore Another by a drag net or thnt which was thrown from a boat and the sea as the drawn through How fishing smack sailed on wonderful all this is inwrought into the Bible imagery and it leads mo to ask in which mode are you and I fishing For the church is the boat and the Gospel is the not and tho sea is the world and the fish are the souls and God addresses us as Ho did Follow Simon and Andrew saying me and I will make you fishers of men But when is the beat time to fish for souls In tho night Peter why did you any to Christ We have tolled afl Why did night and taken nothing you not flsh In the daytime He re plies You ought to know that the At night ia the best time for fishing Tobyhanna Mills among the moun Â¬ I saw a tains of Pennsylvania friend with high boots and fishing tackle starting out at 0 oclock at night and I said Where are yon going What Going to flsh Ho answered Yes Ho answered in the night So the vast majority of in tho night souls captured for God aro taken In times of revival in the night meetings Thoy might just as well como at 13 oclock noon but most of them will not Ask the evangelists of olden times ask Finney ask Nettloton ask Osborn ask Daniel Baker and then ask all the modon evangelists which is tho best timo to gather souls and thoy The night by all will answer only Not odds night the water of Galilee so etear good snm could be taken for the traAxla An other was by hook and Jin as whore Tho lWs also nhU Isaiah nays Â¬ ftOHOOL AND OHUROtl eot-- the brooks shall lament The Welsh are greater Bible reodote than any other Vac of people It la aukl that the first WWUsg to the purpoao of the Christian religion hi Tokio Japan was erected just twenty five years agoand now there are nlnet two houses in the city being weed as places of Christian worship The presbytery of Buffalo has voted respectfully to decline to consider orer tures on revision of the confession un Â¬ til It can bo satisfied that they have been prepared in strict accordance with the provisions of the constitu- Â¬ tion Is ald thai tW Is ftot an foMnt book published In tho Welsh lenfcna TboO last year wiMt4MM rard fund now awonnto to lllMBytMnV fIt The coot of nutlntalntair Gtrard lS a f if vva t vv7 Â¬ Tho Young Womens Christian naociation Of Brooklyn recently dedi Â¬ cated a very elegant new building The assembly room seats six hundred and fifty persons and is named the Mary A Brigham hall Thero are eighteen - t t r- - ri - Yt fcv fi v church South nends forth 17 now missionaries this year during tho last ton years it baa more than doubled tho number of misÂ¬ sionaries abroad having now 112 in the field and has moro than trebled the contributions giving 110000 last year Tho Collogiato Alumntu association of Now York city is iutorcatcd in a plan for furnishing college instruction to thoso who could not obtain it through tho ordinary channels In Â¬ struction is offered in French German English literature and tho Dclsarto system and tho best instructors aro prbvided The Presbyterian HSj i Supposo I go of trouble around in this audienco and ask these Christians when they wero converted to Ono would answer God It was the time 1 lost my child by membraneous croup and it was the night of bereave Â¬ ment or the answer would bo It was was just after I was swindled out of my property and It was the night of bank- Â¬ ruptcy or it would be It was during that timo when I was down with that awful sickness and it was tho night of physical suffering or it would bo It was that time when slander took after me and I was abused and it was the night of persecution Ah my hoarers that is the timo for you to go after souls when a night of tronblo is on them HASTY JUDGMENTS night tho natural night but the tives Especially where children are concerned should we be very careful not to confuso thoir sense of right and wrong by acting with injustice scold- Â¬ ing or censuring them for mistakes due to their inexperience and perhaps in- Â¬ flicting punishmont where none was deÂ¬ A llttlo child once ran nearly served a rnilo from her own home to that of a friend carrying art umbrella to her mother whom she supposed to bo there Great gusts of wind arose nndstrcanri of rain fell and drenched the little one beforo sho arrived at her destination wet breathless and quite unable to explain why she hnd como when mot by curious eyes and amazed questions The mother had seen the impending storm and gone home and tho result of tho whole proceeding was for this true story took placo In sterner days than ours that the cljlld was shut up for many hours of the noxt day to think over the fault of equivocation A mother whoso temper is impulsive should never trust her first hasty judg-Â¬ ment in tho management of her little Â¬ Greet Irjarjr to Undeserved Censure Chllttrea BEFORE THE STARRY EMBLEM It is well to suspend judgment in many cases until we havo had time to Home or the Flees That Havo Floated Over Anirrlcnu Noll review circumstances and trace mo- Â¬ Tho Mr Gladstone recently said older I grow tho more confirmed I am I havo been iu my faith and religion in public life for fifty eight years and forty soven in tho cabinet of tho Brit Â¬ ish government and during thoso forty sovon years I havo been asso Â¬ ciated with sixty of tho master minds of tho country and nil but five of tho sixty wero Christians Three years ngo n college charter was granted to Mt Holyoko seminary for girls tho pioneer institution for tho higher education of women in this country Tho seminary lias recently further broadened its sphero by abol- Â¬ ishing tho name and ofilco of tho sem Â¬ inary preparatory department nnd now becomes in name and reality Mt Holyoko college A largo scientific building is in process of orcclion and a memorial cottage in tho nnmo of Miss Mary A Brigham its first elected pres- Â¬ ident will be begun when a fow more thousands havo been added to tho fund collected by tho Now York Alumna as- Â¬ sociation t i iJ m rvl ones benefit of the doubt wherever and whenever and to whomsoever he can Peoplo have a right to ask that before thoy are weighed in the balances and found wanting their enses shall be looked at from all Bides and from tho most favorable point of view It is not well to assume that blushes and down dropped eyes always indicate guilt Innocence falsely accused is often ashamed to look its accuser in the face Judge not that ye be not judged was said by the purest lips that ever spoke on earth The man or woman whoso habit It is to indulgo in snap judgments of any kind is necessarily narrow and nndc Harpers Bazar velopcd No In the larger affairs of tho neighborhood and of society tho prudent pernor refuses to judgo hastily Ho gives the It Tho young fellow had had a row with his girl and was telling his chum about setts Spy Why Vj breezes of tho West Indies tho royal banner of Spain Its romantic career upon tho western world was well sus Â¬ tained by Police do Leon and Cortoz This flag first stilled upon tho Mississip Â¬ pi saw tho dark shadows of Brazils primeval forests and floated over tho oldest town in tho United States St Augustine But John Cabot was the first discoverer of our own shores and tho royal Gcorgo of merrie England had prcccdcncoof ull othors in tho now United States tcr-ritory Then followed tho lilies of tho bourse of Bourbon floating over Lake Champlain tho upper reaches of tho Mississippi and upon tho walls of Port Royal and Quebec Sir Henry Hudson brought the ensign of Holland to tho Ilhino of America and in 1014 this flag was hoisted over tho infant city of Now York Previous to tho revolution tho En Â¬ glish banner held awny although tho sturdy colonists insisted upon a special ono for their mercantile And when that agitation marine first commenced tho respect they felt for the motherland was evidenced upon their ensigns But as tho contest deep- Â¬ ened into war the banners of the vari Â¬ ous states became more expressive and pronounced The word liberty found a conspicuous place upon most of them A greCH pine tree was tho favorite emblem ol Massachusetts to which her statu cruisers added a ratllesnako erect about to strike and beneath the significant motto Dont Trkad on Mr Our first distinctly national flsgww composed of the old colors red white and blue and had stripes as now with the crosses of Saint Andrew and Saint George in the corner This was Jlrat hoisted In 1771 But the happy sugges tion of stars as a foreground wu already mooted in the lines written In 1774 and published In the Massaehu Â¬ Â¬ roaring deep and stepping ashore from his boat fiung to tho spicy Columbus plowed with his ship the M tr f - i S f rf j -j t suggested the comforter Note nothing objected the deject ed one Have you sent her one Yes three or four and every note Detroit Free has been protested Press dont you send her a note The Aiaarleaa euljra aevr sasrktM a eier which shall shortly flasse wWe threats Mh skies h i i And vb June 14 1777 the Amerieaa eongress declared for old glory to he composed of thirteen stripes al tomato red and white with thirteen wWU stars on a blue fold This symbol 1mm since been the reeogalsod standard oi Ameriea It forms a happy ooneluoum A ThKHkral Mh of to relate that the Ight aronnd whleh Inspired Kranok Fort Me Henry Policeman theres 8got foy the corner The Star Hpaafled Eejonor Write Thank ye son Oll do w4 mueh fer ye some day t And be skipe ia the op Â¬ hi In posssssiea of Mr JWmmi AffMon Y a gi ai Aeon of Cot of YooVer posite dilution Judge aotoot In the New York aeacikot it Kaxsas j buffaloes are hrWlnf- - lK si V BPUf lort lt WSOi Y VSJ Jn floMJnsBV snsispwueosspst S4sen seiminv Udfor a i kL t wwf Q I s nA Sttl V JlMJiBHW Editor ISpAiauM laill roproilontiul Ifyn UtaLiSiuliurrilnp of eighteen irioWofK four of whom nro in tlw Bonier oIuhh Lm Cunt fT Mews UKIitiNP HAVING J -- MWWWBMWWMWWCTMMCTIIWWMWWaaW T THE EOCC5 KOUR FINGER COOPER Tho now mill at thin placo will soon bo in operation Owing to BBtfi tho inclemency of tho weather the construction has boon greatly de Â¬ layed Mr Nyo the superintend Â¬ ent is rapidly pushing tho work to completion During his short stay HAZEL GREEN KY among us bo has won a host of Friday March 24 1833 friends by his kind and courteous nflBs lv75w Jealous Contention manners i 4 Our town was visited bv six Tjik Welsh distillery in Coving Angola last Sunday viz Wilburn ion togother with 2000 bnrrols of Henderson Andy Uoono Ktirhund whisky wnfl destroyed Saturday Itobort Wo novor learned their Tho loss foots up 250000 woll business but judging from their actions toward evening wo presume insured o tho many readers will know what o o Tufc ohnnco of Col Tom Tumor thoir mission was Federal MoGuilO Warwick getting u foreign mission under tho Dr James C Jlolian aro Cleveland administration appoars Jack and registered at the Collins house this about as slim as the ordinary wook Doc is still singing his same church contribution for charity old song f a a Born on Friday March 17th Journalists aro not in it was to tho wife of C 1 Snowdon nee tho Cry a few days ago But thoy Hurst a fine ton pound girl Moth- Â¬ appear to bo all tho same Sam er and babo aro doing well D Green Breeding of Booneville Gaines ox editor of tho Covington was in town last week Commonwealth has just boon made Letcher Snowdon went to Lex priyato secretary to Treasurer John ington on business U Carlisle F G McGuiro wont to Clay City who will sorvoa limited number of mares at TEN DOLLARS TO INSURE A o o Straw Goods and Ladies last Sunday o LIVING COLT on same term as above Trimnud Hats A pipe lino to convoy oil from F AL Snowdon wont to Clay City lOST HOY JR wa8 sired by Post Boy record 223 he bv Ma trie sire or Clemmie G 212 Alice Stoner 221 Mystery 22 occ dam M Hi Emery sited last Friday Wayne county to tho Cincinnati 107 and 1C9 W Pearl St by Strathmore niic of Santa Clans 217 Tucker 219 lickit 210 Adoni Levi P Stamper was in town last Southern railroad is now being week 1SI Hummer JI9 Uluirlud Derby 220 CINCINNATI O 21 1A Siniicolon 219 Siter V Lokkxa FatiHtino 2 llonnio Willmoie222i IJlazeberrv 2 J2J and a number of others A pipo 1 ino from Dovils surveyed in the 231 list POST 150 V JR is a beautiful chesnut with no marks 8 yeais Morgan County Nows creek to tho K U in this count old Mav Unit 1898 lo hands 3 inches high and gives promise of being heard from A L HOOE GO in the future among trotters Any one who is familiar with Sidners Post Roy will OMKK OFFERINGS might provo a bonanza to some readily reconbe Post Roy Jr At the same stables and on the same terms the Meridoth Mann was tried in B body impoutkks and iiaiiks IX fine combirnd voting stallion F McGuiros court Saturday 18th o e o A party of dosporadooson an for killing ono of Harris Manns YOUNG hogs L N train noar Jellico killed will be permitted to serve mares at TEN DOLLARS TO INSURE A LIVING C M Kash and Joo E Fugett COLT Shorill Burnott of Tonnoseo who aro attonding tho Winchester court GiASswAiti Lamp Goods Etc YOUNG HAMBLETONIANisa beautiful chesnut sorrel 17 hands high 0 was called in to quiet tho distur- Â¬ this wook years old next August has flowing mane and tail Young Hambletonians dam was bv John Hull He was sired by Dexter he by Clays old Hamlet he by Vol bance and wounded tho deputy W A Goodpastor is moving No 05 W Pearl Street unteer tie by Kystlyk s Hambletonian sheriff Jesso Jonos tho loador back to his farm from tho Chapel Between Vine arid Wunut Hamlets dam Hickory a thoroughbred of tho desporadoos was hung Satur- Â¬ or Grassy mare Dexters dam by Selim the sire Marriod Miss Henry of Henry of Shanty Minnie and other celebrated CINCINNATI O day by a mob and his puis will to Mr Jamos Bailey of Dingus trotters And latbut not least will be moot with tho samo doso when found at the ante stables the well known Farniors aro just beginning to o SGlUtK ei and highly appreciated jack caught prepare for tho coming crop o o o Preaching at tho Flat Gap church Successors to Grossman flouvion Co Lkxixgtov is again after tho Saturday and Sunday GEN wiiOLijAir MAXiTAnxruns ok Abo Day is very poorly with capital and last wook put on her who will servo mares at TEN DOLLARS fever host bib and tucker to receive tho TO INSURE A LIVING COLT on the ID James Halo is on tho sick list capital location committoe Next same terms as above described This Nows is scarco this week jack has no superior as a good breeder to Ilazol Groon wo would rather IN ALL ITS BRANCHES ScrimCare will be taken to prevent accidents seo Lexington have it than any but we will not be ie poniible should Oinci and FAcronv Broatliitt County News town in tho state and wo stand they occur J T T AY C Nos 74 and 76 Main Street VAXTON IOINTS ready and willing at all times to Charley Johnson has a fine lot CINCINNATI O aid hor in gotting it Draw on us of fur hides and sayst he wishes for as many linos as you nood Undo Croyk Steel would call again o CO LOUIS STIX I o o Mrs Nancy B Johnson who has Mas Mrvxin Arnito wife of S S been sick for some time wo aro wiiousAin ikatfis ix Cassity editor of tho Sentinel happy to state is about well again j Democrat died on Thursday last Mrs Nancy Williams of Grassy crook is moving to hor after a lingering illnoss of five months Accept our condolonco Charloy Turner in this locality Â¬ c daughand IS PRESERVED FOR and sympathy brothor in your terCharley D Vest placelittle visited his Third Kaee mid Union SK lolli0 of this sevoro loss and may IIo who tom- - father on Gillmore Sunday mCIWVATI o We rnrry pors tho winds to tho shorn lamb Uncle Jim McQuinn who has trade mid the goods tlisit will suit vour mir prices are Till IOWKST week is well -- peciiil give you strength to bear your sor- Â¬ been sick for tho past intention to mail oiders A tnt Patsy rows and aid you in roaring the again who is now opening a new fresh stock of QfootK r loved ones loft pohind Be bravo Judgo Redwino has dealt lenient- Â¬ SIGHTISPRICEIESS bo truo and romombcr that kllo ly with those surveyors of roads fiSee advertisement next week who were indicted for neglecting And all who would retain hotild consult ilooth all things woll o their duly but ho has warned each o o r ono what he might expect in tho OTIS W SNYDER Gkouok A Baihu bottor known future Wo mako this note that 5 as Squire Abingdon thO English all parties interested may tako DKUrit IX sport died at New Orleans Satur Â¬ notico and act accordingly Tho SPECTACLES day last of pneumonia IIo came road question is coming to tho DIAMONDS to this country a short time since front in tho mountains The busi- Â¬ Â¬ with Charley Mitoholl tho pugilist ness of tho country is rapidly in JEWELRY tho demand is upon undgavo tho latter 10000 with creasing and us for improved roads We are WATCHES which to make tho match against glad to see tho judge tako such a Nonni UnTn Stuikt Corbott to bo fought next fall firm stand upon this important LEXINGTON KY LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Abingdon had an income of 2000 quostion and if he carries out tho policy indicated of which wo have in the State Is with uTlie bct oculist evory day and managed within tho no doubt ho will bo heartily en Â¬ this luue and prices on everything the ILvAKh GkAkx Kv twonty four hours to spend evory dorsed by the groat mass of people lowest Cull on lain when hi Lexington Inv 10 1802 To the Trade of Eastern Kentucky Contiguous to Hazel Green cent IJo was only thirty yoars of Jackson Hustler We have this day completed arrangements with the PEXKY 1 MATIOUK -age 1v 4 11 i ii k SucceaslHl Sturtlag Judge 0 o uuinu iiuiiiLul unuiimii win iunimie iiieir guotis in large quan- WITH o Mr Le Roy A Sevvell of Oswego e especially invite an inspection bv the merchants unes Oou young friend Crl Mizo has of the most successful stnrting judgcione in as we are prepared to duplicate any and allprice quoted iii BDnt us tho following to show as western New York of whom the Hart- - HILLEii ford CounmtniHl Thres comnliineut Louisville Cincinnati or Knoxville hp says what the boys nro doing lerchants can buv ed veryhijihly for hit exceptional ability WHOKKSALK thesegoods almost at their doors and save larufe freight billy uAu Kastern Kentucky club has writes under date of March Stli as fol J Imve used Ve are prepared at any and all times to furnish these iroods wn bottles of been organized at Contro collego lows Quinnt Ointment on my colt which had aYTiinrifii in any and evcrv quality size and price with the- - following otlicors J II h wenk stifle and it has made a complete All we ask is a ill lIKMTAfllVCl Sill 3C1 lff IJllfJIlVJ trial Respectfully ecc T send vou this statement in hopes Swmigo of Wolfe county presi Â¬ cure DAY that might do some one else some good NO 12 OAY STREET Represented by ED GRKKX dent John Sebastifm of Owsloy It is it valuHble reniedy for horso flesh Hnzel Ureen Kv h KNOXAILLIC TI LVX coMuty ycQ pnHiiclont R G Wil This is the leadinirexpresslonof the most mid breeders promtneHf hurscuien V Hawi of Koqaatte county aeoro througliout the United Sun ForcutlH AyT IUKUTV Kv i iy Th ttbee of this qlub ii to splints sjmvins wuulpullH and all with i bujicliM QulnOIwiient hw no equal it V4M Y Bettman BrOS Co - CINCINNATI O 113 it 115 W Third prooima unit f Vj wiruiic in young mw hatern manuhagturers glothing wwr itm tmmi i j im 11 ir 31 tu WUOLKSait III rmmM k avy in UCKHining it Q0110C sp- mm m v trJB fefLgHjijaXi 1 maxifactuiui rtion Tvelvv countit nro jfW tprwleby JttUu M Kv by M F BR1NKLEV irwNtiM1lrlltiiar fa f O its have resulted in misery the world over People who aro well disposed and not bound by self interest are willing- to accord credit wherever merited mid due Civilization is gradually bringing the human race up to this elevation and in exact proportion is Dr Fcnners Kidney and Haelcacho Curo coming to be recognized as tho correct and stand ard remedy in all kidney fomalo and blood diseases being able to cure them readily It la specific in all skin eruptions erysipelas bcrofula dj spepsla headaches dullness list- lessness constipation etc Sold by ueaiers on guaranty tor many years There foro dont cost much to 1ry it This combined ynutip stnllioa will make the senson of 189J nt our stables in Talco homo a bottlo to duy Hnsrel Green Ky ami will seivo mams at TKN DOLLARS 10 INSURE A LIV Â¬ For salo by Joint M Hove Hnzcl Oreon ING COLT Money due ven the initio foals with a lien on colt until the money paid or if the mure is parted with or bred to another horse the money is then due GOLD DUST is 8 vears old on the ISth day of May 1S13 16 hands high n beautiful ehfsnut witli star and white hind feet beautiful mane and uiil JJis uowr Htl ami action uruiinMiipaed He was sired by Senator Ulackburn h by Dillard Dudley he by lohu Dillard theprandire of Phil Thompson record 2H Maxikuttkiks and Joniwas or Kikile1lud and Nick with records bettci than 22o HU dam was sired by the lhillips hie the sue of Hlue Jean he by Gen Taylor c Aho at the same Maliles will be found the elegantly bred young trotting stallion i- - feii mm POST SOY 33Eo fa iaHH HABLETONiAM nan 511 JGf Will Jilf - son-in-la- ws Dry Goods notions 1 THIS SPAC JT HOC KOSE r GREEN HUFFAKER CO Wholesale Boots and Shoes MM ii 1 Â¬ IWJIm rnrrxirn J J CO V i ilViLiJv j JlvM FEDER i axafcr a K SILBERBERG Strt m - CO 9 il 7t Rprsntd liM n f u v df K1 V TfcjK Vi v a vV VJ mmmmmgmm Uto IwraM ADVERTISING RATES Advertisements InertPl for lew than 1 month will beSt 75 cents rm Inch for the Aral I r it ilill cu insertion HHII -- aotni u u sequent Insertion 1 L TRANSIENT k X tVm HW l1 V - t Inch 12 month J iMChCH t HTANDINO AHVERTI8EMKST8 7 t 12 W0 15 00 IR 75 Inehca 4 ri tnVi iBcncni C inehes i Inches 22 00 23 00 Address SlESCKll COOPKll tlnzel Green Ky ANNOUNCEMENTS We arc authorized to announce IfiFF M 710SK of Lacy creek a candidate for the nrtice of Asscnior of Wolfe county subject to the action of the democratic party We are authorized to announce A T COMBS of Campton as a candidnte tor the olHce of Sheriff of Wolfe county Mibjeet to For Assessor For Sheriff the action of the Democratic party of this plnco to Farmers on business has gone J Mf Kaeh Eeqr ha been con Â¬ fined to his home this week by ill- Â¬ ness J B Thompson Postmaster W T Cnskoy is on the sick list and confined to his home Candidates should now an- Â¬ nounce The fee for county office is only 8 C C Wireman moved last week fo the farm he bought of John lamp ton on Lacy creek Mrs Johnson of this place who has been in feeble health for some time is now able to sit up Obituaries sent this office are published at 8 a lino Where wo write em we charge 5- a line F McGuire and wife of this place visited relatives and friends at Ezel Saturday and Sunday Floyd Day and family left Mon Â¬ day for Clay City which plnco they will inake their permanent homo - hWpttppoM they have had trtiough Tat Mf PrM I he big four advertised in tins of Ihcwest and cohio to stay mil are the boat of their kind to Mr Partner and Mim Nancy A pipor CLAY CITY KY bo found in this section and tho Cox wore united in marriajro at variety thus presented should be the rosidonco of the brides mother Capital 160000 fr flvN HUliicient to ploasu tho most fasti Mrs It P Timmhis is to diouH in breeding Gold Dust Post iectur tt tl0 C0Myfc hougo f1Q FLOYD DAY J R COX Bov Jr and John Morgan nro too of March on Spiritualism President CVtkler well known to requiro any recom Â¬ w ar j No in Kastern Kentucky has mendation at our hands but Young Married March 10th Frank Pat vaultsHunk better facilities for keepingtatter w I 0 Vl nor your Hamblotonian is a now one in tho ton to Miss Emma Hollon account Managed entirely by home ptepta Born to tho wifo of Bon Browor who know you and who are always ready ta stable and an examination of his accommodate yon M blood linos will convinco brooders tho 14th inst a boy WMoney to Joan on reasonable rates Call on us that ho is a good one All tho G1LLMORE GLEANING fashionable and fast trotters aro Somo fiend Logan Lin direct descendants of Rysdyks don8 corn crib visited nights sinco FOR SALE OR RENT a few Hambletonian and it will be seen and took bushols i TO that Young Hambletonian is rich corn and about five think of Logo dont that in this racing blood Hois a largo HOUSE fino looking horse with good mnno they aro aiming to pay for it MrB Mat Bowman of Breathitt and tail and breeders should take CAMPTON KY a look at him But read tho ad is visiting her sick brother Luther Graham who ib very low with con Â¬ and that will give particulars sumption now struggling betweon Wishing to retire from tho hotel bus Letter Fro niiaols ncss I offer tor wlo or rent the above prop life and death prty The hotnl has 127 rooms and is well Spencer Cooper Dear SirrAs I Measles in this vicinity C M arranged for the accommodation of tho pub am a reader of your paper I will Fallon Miles Fallen and N B lie There is atsoa stable in connection give a few items about this country Grahams families all havo them 01x60 feet with loft feed room crib sheds Ac Two gardens comprising acres go and also to have my paper changed A N Haddix has a very sick witl the property This place must be seen We are having some spring weath- Â¬ to be appreciated and I will take plcutmre N er now Farming is tho order cf child T sickGraham is also said in showing the ptopcrty to any one mean bo very inp business The talk of tho town ami the day and farmors aro scared up to Renter or buyer can get a bargain Born to tho wife of Willio West For particulars call on or write to about hands Wages aro good surrounding country is tho S S COMBS Please change my paper from In on tho 18th inst a girl and died Gun p ton Ky 10th to Metcalf Edgar the dinola 111 manner in which people arc 111 J M Harper of whom we havo Regards to all the county spoken is worse readers Respectfully grasping at the few remaining RonuiiT Wills J M Ely is improving sinco his Mjvmivviv I ii ftttg m ipi SfkHRS r fa III m i fy COINC -- m i 5C0MBS Vic i fie Ids li f t i t 1 r it WiMfwlPr Fiue Artistic Printing backset Uncle Remus WINCHESTER KY N MM Winter Bargains that aro Since We are now bettor than ever prepared to do printing and mer Â¬ chants who need letterheads note heads billheads envelopes cards etc will find it to their interest to give us a trial Wo have the finest LANE LINES stationary type etc in Eastorn Kentucky and guarantee both work and prices Horsemen will also find it to their interest to get their cards printed here as we have new horse and jack cuts Theyre Off or Soon Will Bo Look atthe date after your name and if it shows your subscription to be out renew at once or your name will bo dropped from tho list Many subscribers expired with issue of March 8 but to make good all lost issues they have been getting tho paper right along We must havo our subscriptions in advance to meet our own obliga- Â¬ tions and all who do not pay will bo office and get a free samplo of Dr If you are bilious call at this place has been confined in his room for several days with fever Robert McLin and wife neeLil Ito Day returned from Virginia on Saturday last and will make this their home Dr J A Tau 1 bee reports the birth of a boy baby to the wife of James B Elkins on Tuesday night last Ollie Homer Call at this office and get a copy of the weekly Courier Journal and then subscribe for it and The Her Â¬ ald one vear onlv 175 See tho card of the Pounsford Stationery Co Cincinnati and Whitehalls anti bilious pills Clay son of J N Lacy of this of Pence Branch who was moving back to his farm on Frozen creek on the 21st inst was stricken down by illness and now lies in a critical condition Ho is supposed to havo been pois- Â¬ oned Peter Gross and family of War creek Breathitt county started down tfio Ivontucky river in a flat boat on the 18th inst bound for Old Landing A J Hollon has taken a 9000 job of logging on Devils creek and bought three yoke of oxen from Meredith Puckett at 800 Uncle M C Maloney died at the residence of John Perdue his on tho 14th inst Born on tho 17th to the wifo of John McPherson a girl Mill Boy D B Tyroe son-in-la- II WITIIERSPOOX Frestdent It D HUNTER Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 AjL This Bank solicits tho accounts of mer chants farmers traders and business men gencruliy throughout Eastern Kentucky and oilers its customers every facility and the most liberal terms within the limits of legitimate banking octl8ly Â¬ left at Vie Bloomfields the final JL A i V 4 iftts -- Vi 5 3 c o cs S 3 H -- fc rl B5 -- 5 a a - w O t S w T 5 -- s 3 A e our store has been filled with eager buyers who havo lost ill no time in embracing this gol Â¬ J den opportunity which per- IU haps will not happen agahuM ixJ r f for many years to come -- r I l mm - 4 3 a J -- ft W N H nor r i I- CQ O -- a 3 3 a g marked oft The Church of God 150 150 250 REV JOHN I ROGERS a2S JKEfirt2Sl2IGi5588 mmiREAD 50 left of t Jy K Let it bo known to all parties The Following is From the Well who aro interested that on Satur- Â¬ Known Christian Evangelist day March the 25th at 1 1 oclock and Speaks for Itself A M the children of God belong- Â¬ Danville Ky Jan 2 1893 ing to the Presbyterian Baptist You ask tm to the effect of Dear Sirs and Christian churches and all tho Elect ropoiae which 1 pot from you other denominations aro at Beth two months ago Well as I told you Salem on Grassy going to consoli- Â¬ the lady friend and kinswoman date into one church and call it whom I purchased it was afllicted with Sciatic llhcumatism so who could not the Church of God FurCnpat 45 05 05 40 worth worth worth worth worth worth worth 800 fix -- v HJ y He Hazel Hreeii Heraitf Is now E W Collars Wniats ed Shirts J5K 2d iT i 1 for ningtryTiiB IIerald prewired to execute orders for nil kind 4 jot jirlntinj such ns UiuaiogueH jiinutes 1 Letter ends Noteheads Sale Dills Tags tSrWhnn you want print iCards Etc mid stive money JOll PItlNTING establishment Childrens Shirt - Mens Unlaundri- 00 85 20 300 Mens Fino Un- - laundricd shir lb 50 10 99 Clay City national bank in anothof goods to accommodatothose who or column Peoplo who havosparo are getting out timber change to deposit and those who A longIII communication from Rev desiro to borrow should remember A F Ager of Maytown is crowd- Â¬ that our former townsman Floyd ed out If however ho wishes to Day is the president and ho will know the name of our correspond- Â¬ surely treat you right ent at that place we can give it to John M Rose Holds a Lone Hand him John M Rose was too busy to Elsewhere it will bo seen that change his advertisement this wook Mrs Nannie Kash is an applicant but ho says ho will have something for tho postoffico She is qualified to say next week and that ho now and worthy and should a lady suc Â¬ has a magnificent now spring stock ceed to it we know of no one we to which the attention of buyors iB directed should prefer I- walk or stand alone was suffering ex Â¬ treme pain all the time had no rest day or night but little appetite and was ap- Â¬ A Good One For tho Place parently sinking rapidly to the grave To my friends and patrons of tho Now she says she has had eight weeks when you go away from home for Hazel Green postoffico I take this of perfect sleep rest and freedom from anything in their lino give thorn a method to announce that I am an all pain Her appetite is good she walks trial applicant for the above office and without crutch or cane and declare she says this cold push my claims till tho ap- Â¬ is well What is more sheher She says weather does not nflect John Pieratt Chap Swango W will shall have been made T Swango and J M Rose were at pointment will bo kindly received she is comfortable while others arc shiv- Â¬ favors ering theso cold days Mt Sterling Monday and report Any t Respectfully I nave heard others sneak quite as well the market a shade better for cat- Â¬ and favorably of the Poise and others Mks Nannie Kami tle etc again say they are a little benefitted by March 21 1693 it But my kinswoman says those who J T Day Co purchased a lot have failed havo not gono strictly by the This Is a Home Institution al- Â¬ and storehouse at Lee City this Bo sure and read the card of tho directions It is a mystery to mo Yours truly most a miracle week and will put in a now stock - J A Howard w whowk hull eo No Bids Offered 500 Seamless Socks lCd Fur Stiff Huts 225 Is running constantly and doing the best o 50 Fur Soft Hats 100 worth work at the lowest prices Special accommodations for customers 100 Pair Mens Fino from a distance to our home trade Without detriment Shoes 125 worth 225 1 1 20Q 3 00 v for Bad Rolls 75 60 Pairs Mens Fine Shoes 175 worth f J X We do not make them and have no demand for them in our trade Mens Very Fino PatLeuthShoes 850 worth 700 25 THE MAYTOWN MILL CO W W MANKER Manager jel7tf 500 Silk Neckties worth irA UU V v j fH ir b 1 r I J I BOGKItP John M Rose III The Pounsford Stationery Go HAZEL GREEN KY Is the only firm in the town which han Â¬ dles the justly celebrated rCLQTHINGO Our Our Our Our Our s t Jt K Vx WHOLESALE STATIONERS Printers Binders and Blank Book Manufacturer We carry tho best assortment of Boots and Shoes from the wholesale house of Box Papers and Writing Tablets in the city C P Tracy Co rOltTSJIOUTH OHIO rVM Lawn Tennis Croqdet No 3 W Hammooka SrWhen you want the BEST footwear give him a call no4ly Fourth Street nuil 140 Main CINCINNATI O CAMPTON FAIR of the Hazel Green fair association Maggio Byrd and Li Hie Misses calling a mooting of tho directors Notice from the President for Saturday April 15 This will Tutt brightond our little town and bo an important meeting andovory tho hearts of some of our youths of the Hazel Green fair asso- Â¬ director should be on hand by their presence Sunday return ciation is hereby given that a ingto Jackson Monday meeting of tho Directors of Tho news reached horo this wook H M Sword of Devils creek said association be held on in a private letter that Miss Mary lecturo Tuosday night at the Â¬ Burton who formerly lived in will church house on Music and will April 15 Saturday An at Hazel Green died at hor homo in probably teach a singing school at tendance of allis requested as Kansas on the 24th of February this placo business Ojf importance re She married a yoar or so ago nonry garding the r coming fair has John and Ben Sown ami cknon Monday to be attended to Our Old ffciewl Clay Herndon Swango wont to raid our office a pleasant call on to attend D 8 GODSEY We Wednesday of this week His oc Â¬ 10 returned tcmumo Jus itudg cupation as deputy collector will funnir fi f1 v Win vjmiiiw pxm be vacated and ho hooiiih to ntix imii kixw joh vxul at thw QrncK bt ut sua aa to what lib will do turnd from Misnotin Sfttrtuiy si CUHHKNCV 4 See the notice of the president Voile CoHHty News Nnggets NOTICE WI NGHKSTKK KY promptly nttendedto and Mail ordo your patrojiage Is desired Call when in d23nw the city usi at 1 B LOGAN 000 Suits for 500 Suite for 700 Mens Suits for1000 Mens Suits for 1200 Mens Suits for tff Ai- - 400 800 - 4J0 550 60Q yvf A J 1 h 44 ana mmm k J4 r o i e iaaA 1U0 Fasipie Dressu I am now prepared to cut ftt and make drt wes ami Mother garments In the latent ntyle StttisfMCtlon guaranteed and priaes reasonable Also taaeh the art of cutting Our 800 Boys Our 500 Boys Our 600 Mens Our 800 Mens Our 1000 Mens Our 1500 Mens Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats Overcoat JQ Jtli - 4M 6Ja1 0wqqm i9W and fitting by chart JlmmeetfVrily MKS P N DAY DAY Mk HOUSE 1c 1 wf s iri hm baH rtHMNtly rUltd and Thui rlHrHMtHlHNd tkeUklebiKtall timeal plM with th 1W in tla market lUfia thtmpl rw mushed ni rtawwahl eial rum to A6wiureal nieii reKimctfttllj olictMl Uw LOU DAY Propriatrem Hakl Gxkrx Ky Vicior Biawfltt JtiM At tsaw Ulooms 014 gtaud ratrona rnlj la j t- TKP - r fWKT Herald - PBPW at Vfl 1i Hazel Green trwmmn ooomx sUZBL riwuf M t 011 Mstr6 MmiM rr WHIN JAMIE OOMES HOME wi X lwtM WM Tkrt A4 1 rVfttt TfcatJfUbefay Jamto eoflMA tkleeg for tit tee sMcwlth Um lrM ny la4dy trem H sens efwaUe - ay kme teUHt T But all day tBg X mlsd my wheel 111 the stars shine out la the west Fer sever a lad Can make mo glad Thcmf a A fairy prince were fee Till Jamie oomoe sorm Arrow the foam Till Jamie cosies home te me fae fateses eut In the glosretsff steel Um lade that they love best 1 wept end nmlled when his lore he told I mid I would bo his bride Be plighted Ws heart with a loop of gold Aad gave me a kiss beside And theyll make mo fair With bloasoma rare As a sailors bride should bo -- Whan Jamlo comes homo Acroee the roam When Jamie comes homo to me Lemuel Mlntura Peck in Atlanta Constitu Â¬ tion lit IIY T M1 br J ICopyricbt C I DK LEON lijr BpecUl Ilpitncott Arrfingemnt Co and rublUhfd CHAPTER XI CONTiKI She spoho gravely and tho earnest gleam of her eyes into his aw n told tho man that hho more than suspected his So you think excuse for tho disguise it is not a- bail Mary ho naked lier abÂ¬ - to bo thinkin Im Mo tho woman nnswercd auntuso to Ray thot th shot mouth caught no flies Hut whithor it do bo a light a frolio or a foot race yed best kape tho figgcr up to th fnco Wait a bit Misther Will Sho left McKco to polish his com- Â¬ plexion with a huros foot standing in a most composlto attire A heavy low necked hunting shift terminated in three pairs of dark tights drawn on for warmth and over theso depended an ample skeleton skirt of tho day draped with a dark balmornl and a massivo pan icr of stiff crinoline Selecting a heavy gray wig of womans hair ho quickly adjusted it combing tho bands low over his forehead and twisting tho ends in a tight knot As ho stepped back for final view tho woman reentered with hor amplo Sun Â¬ day gown and a poko bonnet of un- Shuro ruptly paid sor its not I I k - 0 V Mil KXTKNVSP MIS UAXD AM MIW OLO KAN SHOOK IT WAUMLY u ik r You aro as safo now as though al- Â¬ Maria Look n here Amos jlst ready In Stuarts camp But come tho the same old story Women dont git sho cried admiringly opyl Yer day will be a long one anyway and a thoir rights nowhere CHAPTER XII kids a darlin knot an all but thim Amos What tramp in this air will help after your is It Maria lga an1 that waist shpolla the slm A MIDNIGHT SiniPRISH Why hero in Maria Bright deceptive glints of sunrlso imprisonment rslthryl There she added adjusting this here railroad wreck I seo there They walked briskly through tho olear wasnt nothin saved but the mall car slanted low from tho crisp east over tho the corast shllp under a fow towels low shoro line touching yet only the sunshino that brightened all nature to fill out tit waisth sor Look at him tall tree tops as old Pete emerged from but gavo littlo warmth plunging Into Mr N E Verylate Have you McKco selecting a massivo pair of his dingy cabin on tho creek and stood an error of crossed paths that seemed as ceased to caro for me Adelo I came f llko a statue In elwny listening in Â¬ familiar as Charles street to her escort earlier this af ternoonand yon do not pods was daftly fixing them in place Spito of his awkward attire that even look tently with safety pins Miss Adele caught In underbrush dd vino and of Sarteau glad to see me glad to see Now shllp th drlssovor yer hid and tall like Anaks son Stalwart Indeed I am tho long bony limbs of the black over his painted face made aoro absurd by you But this Is my hour for resting Walt a bit I mttst secure my figure which tho corded muscles played with garish light MoKee proved hlmsolf cap- Â¬ my features from all expression irtM he answered struggling into a every motion not shirt and pulling it down denoted unusual ital company Ho talked pootry nnd Vogue strength oven for ono of his raco and people sang a little and so aa to round his artificial Mtufly An Accommodating Husband chaffed mutuaVfrlends Then quiet Wife calling And tho grim strength of his Bjjltude Into natural curves Then sobbing Some day find hard seamed face showed inner lng down ho heard for tho first time mo lying at deaths door youll then drees slipped on the hooka fastened and jh1 the poke bonnet in place the strength well suited to his body minute details of Miss Clays uco for what will you do Husband courte-Â¬ Clpancr cut and firmer than usual with freedom of hor capture and of her sin Â¬ ously heavily into the MMMtquM ader strode My deur have you ever knows tho negro Potca features were grave gular rescuo from tho hut jittiojf room me to bo so ungallant as to allow a lady TO UK CONTINUKDl and btcrn the thin blue lips set as A Im aftner thinkin It do be to open a door when I am prosout though used to sudden peril and his fcuato forbW leather Carroll he aaJkV Texas Slf tings Mna Plainfikld proudly And werq tho motto of tho Douglas Ready tfith a dep Wt laborious courteay A Very Brief Fullness who would havo thought that I should Piokcrly ayo ready glaaclnf i 40reatr erled Meredith over bo the mother of a poet Her That set of decanters you gave us for The clutter of hoof and wheels grew Marya troe fpiaiUrfait Oh wedding is fine old man and we both vwqfMlft clearer then Merediths familiar trap Neighbor misunderstanding WliaW wouia atr well dout worry about that Holi appreciate them but facetiously there appeared and drew up at the ewbln BMdttl MarfahmorU a rat aatir am bHteomhV Here wo are Pote MoKee cried have better sete when ne geU a little was only ono trouble with them They l J Puck should have been filled merrily dismounting as fast as skirts older Have you the countersign woman W fctkjMit I UUo m Whey 7--permitted and assistia Mkw Clays But Im not to he Hat I th Tkx Australian dog and the Bfyptisx sadly npetrolt wero when I first get umi tmnvy to theia Free Pre l gvaar mOI era Navwal fey warn Glarn ItosWl liffkt dasssat f rook her eeld perch shevherd dog uevr hark usual depth and flagrant in decoration Besides of green and yellow flowers hecarricd a ponderous pair of corsets with amplo waist I Mltherof lovo butyo do bo a fine tht te rlty trouble aad willing help He extemkd hie head awl Mrs Cloaan shook it Warmly but with depÂ¬ recating shake of her head When her ownwaa withdrawn a new gold piece glittered In it at which she stared cu- Â¬ riously Is it to kape thia fur ye I am sor she asked innocently No for yourself MoKee answered qaickly changing the subject Be sure and keep well out of sight till I come fJJutl do be thinkin yore a bit crrin the woman answered quietly aor Thim clothes bent fur rint an shuro Im not kapln a bhank She laHtha eagle on the tablo quietly as sho added Im always rlddy to blip th masthcr an his frlnds most ways whin theyro shpllin some dirty jhob o thim blue costs But it doesnt nado payln Mary Clonan sor to kapchor faco hid an her mouth shet May th Holy Mlther bliss an shpeed yer thrick Misther Will but I kin nlwcr tech thotl Certainly you cant Forgivo my McKco cried awkwardness Mary with a deep blush invlslblo under his But it was not intended for pigment pay only a littlo present Anyway I shall remember jTour help and tmst your loyalty nlwnys Ho shook hands again with tho wom- Â¬ an who paused in tho doorway to say Thim pockits bo dapo Masthcr Carroll an th nights eowld Yod bother bo puttin a flask o summat In cm It Wont bo tho first perhaps an itll bo naded beyant Damned if she hasnt longer head Mer and truer heart than most men edith exclaimed us tho door closed There aro Mix for yourself Willie flasks and demijohns galore in the side Â¬ board but yours truly has not oven peeped Into It hlneo he broko his word for old times with Peyton Fitzhugh By tho way have you Mon hira si nee V Sunday morning at the prisoners line but not later Melveo answered I suppose hes loafing about tho club when he should be in Virginia fighting Meredith growled Xo ho husnt showed at the club hinee that night But dont abuse him Carroll Hell turn up all right I guess Something I heard to night makes me thinlc Fitzhugh is game I hope so the other retorted But Mosby and Stuart need men all tho same Then for two hours the men talked earnestly over roads routes and cut offs in tho country McKco never once drop- Â¬ ping Into natural speech but using Mary Clonans brogue and mnnncr eliciting his friends frequent pralso on his capital acting And just as the clock struck three Mr Carroll Merediths shooting trap drawn by his best horse turned slowly into Mr Orays large yard the host himself again swinging tho key that Imprisoned the sleeping servants open Â¬ ing tho gate Ho stared with equal surprise nml doubt at the buxom woman handling tho reins so like an export Alsy darlin Yovo no nade to look out Th bhtratos all clear the driver said making an easy turn to faco tho Bo me sowl I do bo forgctthin gate Heresa note furth young miss Misther McKays soft on Then dead silence reigned as tho master of tho house took the note in soon reappearing with two shadowy figures ono heavily muffled There was a long ellnglug embrace and then Carolyn Clay whispered Words cannot say what I owe you Bess and him Think of it dear with Gods blessing within threo days I shall kiss mamma and my poor littlo Fairfax May He Good by darling Caro watch over and take you safely to them Willie says you can trust the woman implicitly I do dear tell hira so Good by God blesa you and him God bless you all Another straining of tho girl to her heart a long sisterly kiss and Carolyn Clay was on tho scat by her strange guide and Mr Gray tucking in tho heavy robes needful that freezing night Then out quietly into tho still street slowly over echoing stones through moonless bitter cold tho hunting trap rattled lightly tho pace mending as thoy neared tho outskirts and tho im- Â¬ patient horse given his head broko into his swinging trot Carolyn Clay wrapped In thought and onco more joyous in her sense of freedom gained was as silent for awhile as was tho enref ul driver but as thoy left houses far behind and bowled along tho country road sho turned to her mute companion You seem to be a good driver Shuro Ivo dmv him afore Th beastlo knows the hand o raeV won tho quiet reply Is there any chance of meeting paÂ¬ the girl again trols on this road queried after a pause Dlwll a guard was tho response Th addijjlttint glneril towld mo by th same tokon Misther McKay thot th road wa clear Haiti Who goes thoro rang out a challenge from the darkness directly in front and the drivers great fur gloves rested against the ample bust ns the Who goca horse waa pulled up short there the challenger repeated gruffly An who wad ye ahuppose wa the answer to Am Clays great dread An by th name token its sot goln t Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ close-ojlng-ing yo H wekes a difftumest Imt I o keep uloeely in the ktwe nuitil I re twm y war 4kha I kaowl yem aM I aaa truly irateltil lor ypwc wat ethtei ektthtfcer home free an ottdlethurbed MP eavMe WrMtla th VowB sW Id take Shure Ive some ar it was tho reÂ¬ ply and the driver nudged Miss Clay as the fur glovo wont deep into tho am- Â¬ ple pocket and drow forth a goodly fiaak To tho girls wonderment it went straight to the owners mouth a gurgling swallow a resounding smaok and a strong odor of brandy filling tho cold air on its withdrawal Corpral ga adi Post number one called tho impatient sentry as his mus Â¬ ket rattled to a charge Thoro was sound of foot approaching at a run then tho thlok voice growled Vot fur vos you yelling Shoncs Haf you found somcdlnga alnd Id Challenged and no countersign tho sentry replied Dlsmound vrend und gcofc dcr goundcrzlno tho corporal ordered throwing his lantern nbovo his head and dimly showing tho two womon on tho trap Wudntyccome an git it Misther Kraut was the unmllitary rojolnder Th likes o yo bo thratln ladles wld shmall conslddyrayshln shure Wftaat wad tho giurll beyant as gin us th pass bo sayin av sich thratcment Coom dot vaggon down und gcef dcr tho German recruit gounderzine growled back Coom down llko dcr doffol so fast Hare yew the countersign gruffly from the darkness sfraUs vetce coming in such questionable shape Had Original Bin coma In that trap and spokon In that voice Pete had accepted them as countersign and pa role And hore I am again Potc tho girl Caa said as sho threw baok her veil we got across now Sarvant missy tho negro repeated Glad yoa cum sholy I has Inspected yo do fo las trips Thank you Can wo get across to- Â¬ night sho again asked anxiously Ilcckn the black replied as grave Â¬ Do creeks Is scummed ly as briefly wld ico but ots light an I kin wuk out onto do flats sholy Don of do rib bcr cnt close But will it bo sho Interrupted im- Â¬ the negro answered with a grave bow tmt showing no surprise it the familiae Sarraat Mars Keel SoTryoMarT PERSONAL AND LITERARY Â¬ Gen Buf us Ingalls had other mili tary quaUtles than those necessary o make a good qusrtermasier geee Grant who greatly admired him cmee patiently Do marstcr knows Pete answered lie ent send gravely as a Covenantor in Poto no marrnclos so dis olo niggas knowlcdgo mnf dont go no fnddor dan do prcsunt But I reckn And wo reckon on some hot coffee Como In Miss Pete McKee said Clay You need it after that freezing rido Sarvant Mars Kee tho negro said removing his woolen cap as they en- Â¬ wid do Do offces dar an tered Dismount If you have tho word Carolyn Clay whispered low Dlwll a tut was tho return whisper with the addition aloud Hero it be Mlshtcr Dutchy writ by tho ginril all over th paper Hesitant between newly learned dis- Â¬ cipline and tho glamour of oft repeated title the green non commish advanced cautiously towards tho wagon peering keenly under his uplifted lantern Grasping tho extended paper ho read it laboriously with ono eye while trying to fix tho other on the two women Dot vos all ride he said at length You may handing back tho paper broceed conference to bo held at Chautauqua noxt summer Tho university settle- Â¬ ments lu Rlvlngton street Now York Andover house Boston Hull houso Chicago and other similar enterprises will bo represented Bismarck told an intervlowcr re- Â¬ cently that all ho now cares for is to remain at homo with his family H rarely visits Berlin because ho has no houso there and ho dislikes unfamiliar bods and hotel accommodations More- Â¬ over he would not bo ablo to take a single step in Berlin without being the object of popular demonstration Adolina Pattls sister Carlottn but for a physical deformity might have been as great an opera singer as the diva Her voice was of singular sweet ness and compass reaching to G sharp In altlsslmo but her stage preseneo was so bad owing to a lameness that she could never appear in opera snvo in ono of two parte where no walking was re- Â¬ quired whoso German Robort Franz songs have won him fame and friends recently died at tho ago of seventy Nearly all his famous songs seven wero writton during his early life and for many years ho has done littlo original work Two hundred and fifty seven songs for single voico with piaim accompaniment besides numorous part songs and choruses are Included hi his any of tho other departments he would have mado his mark as a fighter Rev Samuel Harnett who is at the head of Toynbeo hall in East Londtm has accepted an invitation to attend a said If ho could havo been spared to Â¬ Â¬ The sentry stepped aside facing and coming to a carry but tho curt did not move and Miss Clay trembled lest tho gulp from tho flask had done its work Veil vhat for you vos vaidlng tho corporal aslccd impatiently slapping his arms for warmth By me sowl yorc a darlin was the retort Didnt ye ask fur it fur some av th eounthry sign Aud tho driver extended tho flask in full light Yo nadent re- Â¬ of tho lantern adding fuse It do be the ralo crnythur With puckering lips and a quick glance towards his inferior tho new levy low- Â¬ ered his light seized the flask and took ono huge gulp wiping his mouth on his overcoat cape as ho handed it back Yere not afthcr beln mano ono to lcavo out yer parthncr tho owner of the liquid asked It do be cowld eno Im thinkin to make m nado a dhrop Again in tho struggle between disci Â¬ pline aud natural good nature disci- Â¬ pline went down and tho Gorman A quick stepped off into darkness grounding of arms a pause then he re- Â¬ appeared again wiping his own mouth as he roturncd the flask Dot vos foine foinol ho said in Now you vos vreo friendly confidence to bass on Shure an I will darlin Its none too warrum here was tho answer Aben th same token Ill shpare a dhrop av th eounthry sign till th next wan of yez as shtops me Dere vos bud cine moro bickld tho Dey vill shtand der Nord man replied road on der mill close by Ill shpake to im beyant Plislnt dhrames darlin Tho horse trotted merrily by tho dimly outlined sentry and tho deep sigh of relieved suspenso burst from tho lips of Carolyn Clay as thoy sped on- Â¬ ward through the gloom sho naked Why did you delay so at hist It was very risky Simply to ascertain which fork of tho road to take Miss Clay Willie MoKee Tho girls amazeÂ¬ ment even then did not raise her voice in the exclamation he answered At your scrvieo cheerily Tho adjutant general lied to mo I did not expect to meet any pickets But wo have struck tho south fork now its not plokoted evidently and you will be safe at old Petos cabin before sunrise p H f I jjl DE FO LAST I ItA8 IKSPKCTKn VO TRIPS t Ill go tend ter Mars CarTs boss While tho worn horse was led into a sheltered glade well back from tho road and rubbed briskly from muzzlo to hcol by the brawny black McKeo poured steaming coffee Then Carolyn Clay produced Mrs Grays much praised tin No not that the youth cried Those aro your marching rations Heros our breakfast Maryland club cookery Ho dived deep into Mrs Clonans pocket coming up with a package wrapped in oil silk nnd packed with tho best of cold substantial and tho ad-Â¬ venturous pair breakfasted with appe Â¬ tite natural to frosty morning largely aided by danger passed und hope re- Â¬ Then us tho negro again newed loomed gigantic in the low doorway tho girl asked Any patrol boats in tho river Pete Plenty missy but dem donn count Mos o dey knows Pete an leff him flsh ouqucshshonablc But Mars Carl said transports wero passing up night beforo last McKeo said Dems all gone uptwads town tho Las night wen I mok black replied my specshun der warnt one o dey in do ribber But I does apisc dose trans puts sholy They aro usually full of green re- Â¬ cruits Miss Clay said quiotly who shoot as they hail An dems curus too Dems fon o lowerin boats an spccthY flshmuu wot do patrul boats lows ter pass God forbid tho girl exclairaefl Should an Inspection corao to night we nro lost But none will come McKeo cried gayly quoting ladys permission Tho Htars have sold It nnd mo voice Of my own prophet and oraculnr uoul Confirms the shining albylsl Senator Keuna traveled a partot ono season through the mountains ol Wost Virginia with a circus Every evening and afternoon tho young can Â¬ didate for congress appeared in the ring when the performance was about half over and made his speech Tho combination proved a great success both for circus and candidate Tho novelty attracted people till they had to be turned away and Kenna was elected by a great majority though ho had to J fight a bolting candidate Â¬ The publication of Miss Ellen Terrys Reminiscences has resulted in setting at rest the place of the well known actress nativity at Coventry Miss Terry herself thought the house was no more but tho other day a framed brass plate was to be scon hanging in the green grocers shop at No ft Market street and it boro this inscription The birthplace of Miss Ellen Terry That is now known to have been a theatrical lodging house on a St Val- Â¬ entinos day in 40s as she has put it HUMOROUS Briggs Isnt Griggs It wasnt when I got it I havo grown Clothier and thin carrying it around -- Reducing writings that ulster too big for you Furnisher Hed an Alternative Himself First Thief What do you do when you cant pull SecÂ¬ the wool over a jewelers eyes ond Thief Throw pepper in om Jewelers Weekly Why Tommy Dont Mr Figg you know any better than to declaro Tommy Indianapolis tho teacher tortoise Journal Papa Mithta Longcourt Edith Ith a bady bndy man Why Papa do you think so Edith Cauthe thithta thaid to him 0 jou bad man My hair ith fatht on jonr votht but- Â¬ ton Clothiers and Haberdashers Weekly that a terrapin can outrun a hare Well anyway thats what Charity Begins at Ilamc Bllling ton Well Ive done a good deed to- Â¬ day Jones Billing Whats that ton Ive given a poor deserving man an overcoat How Turning about do you think it fits Boston Tran- Â¬ script A man Now about that man yon sent over to me is ho honest Mrs Fire- Â¬ man Well I should say fa He hss been tried twice for stealing and es- Â¬ caped both times Smith Gray Recommendation Mrs nigher Ccs Monthly 1 good-natured- ly W afi totifct l L tAtf Jsgy 11 li A i t0 A- - A f ft T IT T J3 rSei v ti ari tt9KFrf j Mn r IbtA J - fl WTi3 7 fit -- fi HOME HINTS AND Victor RMd HELPS i fc J wartualwlo and uinch of carbonate bf soda Heat all togother pour into a greased mold and steam for two hours Drakos Magazine Heat to a croam a cup Tumbles a half of sugar one cup of butter and than add four beaten eggs half a lemon grated and sifted flour enough to make a stiff dough ltoll thin in line white sugar cut witli a scalloped caUe outtcr witli a hole In tho center and bake them a quarter of tin hour in quick oven Detroit Free Press Pickled Red Cabbage Take very firm heads and divide and out them as fine as possible A slaw cutter does this most ovonly but it can bo done by using a sharp knife Into each medium sized head sliced sprinkle one table spoonful salt letting it remain a day then drain well Scald good cider vin Â¬ egar enough to cover the cabbage and season with black pepper and cloven Pour it hot over tho cabbago and cover to retain tho steam Many but not all relish a few onions In this pickle Orange Judd Farmer Steamed Quail Cleanse the birds carefully xislug a little soda in tho wa- Â¬ ter in which thoy are washed Illnse wipe dry and fill with any preferred herb sow up neatly and bind down tho legs and wings with clean cord Put into n steainor over a kettle of boil Â¬ ing water mid let them cook until done Thon place them in the pan with a littlo butter set in tho oven and baste frequently with melted butter unti thoy are a nice brown They should brown nicely in about fifteen minuecs Have a platter lined with dry buttered toast place the birds upon it and garnish with sprigs of fresh parsley over and around the birds Cookies for the School Children Sift into a bowl five large teaeupfuls of flour one teacupful of batter two Ampfuls of while sugar u handful of caraway seed Add two well beaten eggs one will answer in scavce sea Â¬ sons Add at the last a small tea spoonful of soda dissolved in ajjttle lukewarm water Knead well Roll out In sheets Cut into leaves hearts or simple circles and put into greased Imklng thiK To be done in about fifteen minutes If you wish to delight the children just before the cakes are put to bake brush them over yvlth a feather dipped in egg and sprinkle quickly over coarse grained sugar with which a little powdered cinnamon has been mixed Harpers Rami To Cook Rice Wash the rice thor oughly and if a good sized vegetable dish Is required one cupful will be suflicicnt Havo ready a kettlo nearly filled with boiling water sprinkle In the rieeslowljVso as not to stop tho boiling After a moment give it a if possible stir to put it in motion Let it boil for twenty or twenty five minutes lapan rice will cook in twenty minutes Carolina will require twenty live to thirty This rapid boiling of the water washes the grains apart and prevents them be eomlug heavy Turn into a colander and place in the oven for about ten minutes to dry If these directions are carefully followed the rice will bo white dry and no two grains sticking together Womans Work --- Pudding Take two eggs their weight in lmttr flour and HtigRr Add three tablespoon fnls of BALING POWDER imparts that ptcul- sweetness ud flavor noticed in th finest fcxxl and which expert pastry cooks declare is not obtainable by the use of any other raising agent ROYAL sMpi Pfmcu Ko Alkalies are Msed in Vtm PfetMuraMett Other ChemlcaLi w baker wAMA BBBBl WW mLwM tawiife5 ftsirftrf lai i nn4V 7rjrri nn ixtraki una rT Ht -- s mkfastCocoa co WvwWvJP X4 Ji sUm pMkftgs wlih MIS COUr TsryiMMWf- - TSBBSTl BBBBP-jjuf M screiHrcA ok auxesi with 8Ureli Artewreec ec r ma M far Mere - It baa merAH thr4 Hum ueeoa wmtJMfmnmm mp j flMiMMltllfM who hsT WMk SlSSlS It la Mkloee aowrtsalBf DMarrsa a4 JUSUT Abiol atcly A Abwllatd WliXliCO3orobwUclfai Msshoniatt Coniunplton Jx Royal Baking Powder is shown a pure cream-of-tartpowder the highest of all in leavening strength U S Government Food Report Royal Baking Powder is superior in purity strength and wholesomeness to any other powder which I have examined New York State Analyst ar on tkUry or cOmmUtlmi 8eml t ot to SrHUtimntrlitnlyhURntHdutHe rjiuunw rtnanqmiHWk t MAKE NO MlSTAKEiMeeAUectlaaV1 a M1mIb br Kldrnth ta UlstftrljiH wl vlln Vinnnrnf UInIA fllilr ul tin td llf HI tfe HISTflRlCiLrCBCO mi thMil 4 one Ulitlis B Bow STerywitsrs bt IthM Botisisr IttSBst M Mtk sough iyrnp rtsoscwrsftr It luu sjwroil lNts r AsIh MMl grand freoulIU y iiotR on iuav MUST HAVE ttwtlght Kli unparalleled 11 Bit HXUoufclfc MrAhmrd Mfr Co Xbll gra im wis tiiut m ONOK SAUple tYAMu MWft 08ljrB0il br wall e unrlvll4 ANK 1414 A9VXKTHEM MW Ml WHEN WRITING T Ut tkll JH AYrWM4t VUtMMmJ lk SMS DonotUT nged three to her older sister Tiik man or woman who is profitably em Im iis til as you Mar jorlc No you irvwi tu fTiinrnllv linnnv if vou are not aro not Stand un and see There vou onlv tiappy it may be because you havo uot found Woll I vour nronur work Wo carnostly urgo all coma un In mv mouth1 Dorothv dont euro Im as tall tho other way my such persons tn write to can ohnsonyou show Co Richmond Va aud the feet go down as fur as yours a work in which you can bo happy and prof itably employed Juit tho Thine This is an expression tho traveliug public Tnrnn Is no help for tho case of tho wom generally use when they llnd souiethlug that is exuctlv whut they want This expres- an who cant get a sorvant Philadelphia sion applies directly to the Wisconsin Hecord Central Lines which Is now admitted by Disease is unnatural anil is but tho proof all to be The Route irom Chicago to Bu claimed Paul Minneapolis Ashland Duluth and all that wo are abusing Nature It Is remedy points In tho Northwest Tiioir double dally that Garfield Tea a simple herb train servtco and lino equipment offors in helps Nature to overcome this uLiue 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HALLS lf Citv of Toledo S S Lucas Co State of Ohio s i t Frank J Cheney makes oath that he is the senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing business in the City of Toiedo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of HALLS CATARRH CURE Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of December A D 1889 NOTARIAL SEAL 3 i 1 Jft- - ducement which cauuot bo surpassed -- This Is tho only line running both through Tn la you please ami in fclic end youll Pullman First Class Mid TonriM SleepersÂ¬ find yourself dlsplcusodwltu what you have fron Chicago to Pacific Coast Points with- done Truth out chaune For full information address your nearest A Couou Com or Souk Turovt should not tlokot agent or las C Pond Gen Pass and bo neglected Bhowns BnoNOiiiALTuocuES TUt At Chicago 111 are a simple rcmody aud give prompt re- Â¬ lief S3 cts a box Mr BOCKS Sav nana Annum WwlH When n hole In tho e roil ml is What Ou Soakrm hus quit drinking N Y Journal filled un with dirt what becomes of the fori Six months In jail holof Among tho Wide Itatiffo of HeiioOU Conferred upon tho Invalid public by Hostct torB Stomach BitierH its pood effects in cases where tho kidneys and bladdor aroln uctlvo aro conspicuous and amply proven An imperfect discharge of tho duties of theflo organs is tho preliminary if dlsre carded of their dangerous disease Iho Bitters will forestall tins and avert disaster Experience hus demonstrated this in num berlesB eues Malarial llvor stomuch and bowol disorder ulso should bo treated with Iho ff P 8iP Sjfi 4 nt t lucas coo A W ULtAbUIN t r IVOTAKY TUrJLIU in JSuropo for M years and aro a safe sure and gentle remedy 115 cents a box BEKcnxMs Pills havo been In popular use HALLS CATARRH CURE Nouodt over blames a cood apple for hav Â¬ ing como from a twisted tree Hams Horn IS TAKEN INTERNALLY and acts directly upon the Blood and mucous surfaces XTATTlTATr Bay E CATARRH WJSmWX3CCCJSrXLAJLM KKV H Â¬ Bitters Tuc newspaper of to day treats a man ft docs Yes it places a ilko a king iozca pugos at his service evory morning A SUPffi3S Sfn CKvsIb 3t mR Two botttca of Halls CatarrU Cure oowptste ly cured my little girl ovcry 0110 that takes it W J O SIMPSON Marqu CONDUCTOH K D LOOMIS Detroit Mlcli Halls Catarrh Cure cured ne of a very 64 Tho effect of Halls CatarrU Cure Is sayB case of Catarrh Write liiia aliout It wonderful Cvo Ky CO nrUITfflRtfl Homo IlaUs Catarrh Curo cures P CATtSON SCOUana uaic t Vswm k f ii Wiiii sTiCK A wooden leg Truth Â¬ AnAtiMiuuiiiMu may yet be a hare brained fellow Yon iters Garotte Tuc thing we grumble about is often th one that in doing ilininost for our good Hums Horn i Tun mariner who scours the seas in all sorts of weather needs a great dual of sand -- Hairs Catarrh Cure Is Sold by all Dealers io Patent Medicines PRICE 76 CENTS A BOTTLE THE ONLY GENUINE HALLS CATAMH CUKE IS VisiTon Tituuue Aa Kusy IihIUIiir Eaktiiwoioh huvo dno morn to benefit Pare core and quarter about four man than elephants- -- Hanis Horn largo apples or six small ones Cut the Poscn Iuvriis go through lire hand in quarters lengthwise into three pieces hmd - Uiughumtou Leader put these in the bottom of a bright tin basin and sprinkle over them a table In winter wuther rabbits arc very apt to spoonful of sugar a dust of nutmeg or bark up tho wrong tree Inter Oceni allspice according to taste add a piece Tnu poets eye tu u fine frenzy rolling cl of butter the size of an egg cut into dom iiiake a ton strike Boston Gazette Tin ipnto well thank you How Is tho sufferer Nurse Detroit OJSTI Both tho method Syrup of Figs Is takouJt is pleasant and refreshing to tho taste nnd acta Testimonials sent free on application gently yet promptly ou tho Kidneys Liver nnd Bowels cleanses the sys Â¬ BNJOYO aud results when t small bits and scattered over the ap n1s and a ninch of salt Make a bat ter with a small cup of milk one egg thoroughly beaten a little salt and a teaspoonful of baking powder Make the batter so it will drop from the spoon in rather soft lumps nnd will flatten out by its own weight Pour this over the apples taking care of that it is mostly In the middle on the the get scraps of it dish Do not edges of the pan or it will burn nnd the crumbs mnv injure the taste of the pudding Set this in the oven and bake The oveu It about twenty minute hot enough to make tho should be just top n coffee brow If there is danger wmnj honest Hams Horn of burning turn a round pie pau over said tho facn I camk and saw a saw tho basin but remove it at about live taking the pudding from tlous ti utnp but I dliut saw BoMou minutes before Uerjld the oven Serve this with hard sauce may be do Jicnous uro - not stifflejontly eplgrammatlo or any other dressing that H6plo Their euteuct uro o suit vuiv Y Ledger luvgj djiuvfinniioutlitiuder - tem effectually dispels colds aches and fevers nnd cures lmhitual Syrup of Figs is tho constipation only remedy of its kind over pro- Â¬ duced pleasing to tho taBte and ac- Â¬ ceptable to tho stomach prompt in T Mnvmvnpirti twfllllil lira frOOUOUtlv its action and truly beneficial in its fouml iriliing with thu keys of an uprlglit effects prepared only from tho most piano healthy and agreeahlo substances its Tea drinkers bltcvo that It takes an many excellent qualities commend it artist to draw It Inter Ocean to all and havo mado it tho most boy is a youth who helps u popular remedy known Tnr elevator many peoplu lo nau in tho wond Syrup of Figs is for salo in 50c lams Horn and 1 bottles by all leading drug- Â¬ is advice that machine poetry gists Any reliable druggist who Tncnc should bo sent m cog Worcenter livening may not havo it on hand will pro- Â¬ Gazette cure it promptly for any one who Tun man who aspire- to make a successful wishes to try it Do not accept any pickpocket Month study free hand drawing iUDsuiuie Yeniier Siatesuiaii t ii be generous If more CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Mona rMole would head- Â¬ m CURE Justice to All F MANUFACTORKD BY J CHENEY CO BEWARE OF IMITATIONS It is now apparent to the Directors of the Worlds Columbiia Exposition that millions of people wiU be denied the pleasure of becomta the possessors of Worlds Fair Souvenir Coins The Official Souvmir of the Gremt Exposition The extraordinary and growing demand for these Coins and the d slreon the part of the Directors that equal opportunities may be afford for theirpurchase have made it necessary to enlarge the channels of distributkwu To relieve themselves of some responsibility the Directors have invjkl Louiaviue ky 8AS FRAHOISCO OAL hew ton Nr m in irdN A i - MM Knur rouvtutt Ik imv TACKS NEED EM It THE MERCHANTS Throughout the Nation to unite with the Banks in placing Columbian Haif Dollars on sale This is done that the masses of the people and living at remote points may be afforded the best possiWe opporhlaity i obtain the Coins un ton YOU ALWAYS As everyone knows thero W dls nn idothcT some women can tie on a bit of ribbon or ad Is simply just a littlo lace In a way thatnothing Is In unattainable by others this more noticeable than in the way the so lace shoulder capes which are noware much the fashion are worn lncy up tho most delightful things to cover deficiencies and to smarten up an oiu gown and If well pnt on give a il oldednlmr stylo to any simple dress Rut to look well thoy should not Hanjf loose over thu pnffed sleeves but boau jnstcO in some way at the shoulders A very pretty vay of doing tins where the fitting U done by tylag Tlilncor Isre mid Million ii ntr iNftTAMcira You pull ouruln down quick off comef Ymt wA Home Tbclm to fTJ Giran rets looe ea chair etc Teu want lfomt Tucks rp Spring cImhUc ym relay ThcMi THE FORTUNATE POSSESSORS of SOUVENIR COINS will be those who art earliest m seittag upon tfci V new advantages i tf and LET IT RUN h may end Ja wroetniiuf sen cef hi poor mil iffBwtty n to if1 your Moetl IBAL Ul- xr MldHIM riiaiatu aiivla are sown and TZJi JzIZLIkm TkA It bM TfiiWedito hoW upon you brfore ywi know that it is near JW TrAi ivirv HUAriUr Uuitcm ETSSufcsd through the Wood yWde to Dr - it Ki wwTrtlUUgWaSiirtiiit ZKAto7MMh Mtm Mm Vttou Mm Vftwkwrw VMMkaM i - Yea wUl always flad Jait tae riliitita4 tacks for the twroote in a box of ifem TcW packed la six ap4rtats a most eeprenlMt rersa toMiate- sir m AW VMS Hn sV r - unur uarA ran Tack a 10000 Was Paid For The Fit They are all aBk fee Iwue Is Mrotttd and time value The rxice is One Dollar etch Colli Wlftfaw thrtr r a ribbon around U Tho lace fe Ihhv on the shoulder r sleeve simp then pulled Into a over the In the rht to Imiiic KH Till k a enpital way too of ixor Kn evening dress into deml tolletu to wear u a a reception drew or one f fritkL r- ifaiiai nibTlfrcWhtlt i hi Ditcviviarv gerofuW in Throat Hl Laf evy form ror HOME TACKS muLu svaai wn UJ fcfatm - wtua rAMUMnWoa w au m rr7ffM it k a poaWve and eowpkU w- F l s9rtreMHHWWM HA ITls the ohf hW -i - iZX TtjiV ulut hT in vnrrmw JkU SB r Mtl WWm lllll -- - - - tm 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could not room when iui old goiitloinim whm and wkh it without ripping tho sodlo Af overcome with famine Heeii to stagger A numbor of thoao tor riding for sovoral miles tho who woro standing nrouud thought horso becanio suddenly frightened he wjm drunk but Um Burch at and began to rear ami plunge Up Â¬ on looking around sho discovered Otioe nwt that ho whs ill and bui Mirted him to a Heat in tho pane a live snake issuing from tho sad Â¬ SI6 diflnatchml a boy for n cup of dle find witli itsnelid striking at Rooliz wator which quickly revived tho the horse and tl6n atfh ing 1ior situation vslio Jiunped to old gentleman who it appeared had como up from tho Midlands the ground Holding tlK horso Jle was proEuae in Iub expressions with one hand she killed the snake of Krntitudo and askod Mias Uuroh with a club whichtfho held inthe found to boJlrtQk for her card which she gave him Dte rncor three fedt long and wasnv who hoard nothing more of tin matter until a few days ago when tirelv too nludh warmed uiHQbUa she was waited upon by a London Uesirablo conmuiuon t solicitor who communicated to her Motkera Imnaeadaticn the news that tho old gentleman Wo aro aetuiininted with many bad rocontly died and that having mothers in Contervillo who would jio near relatives ho had bequeath W without Chamberlains h1 a large miiount to others than not Cough Uenuvjyin the house for a jnombors of his family including a sum of 150000 to the lady who good many tntfOBitH cost and aro in his time of need had extended recommondhig itovtry day From a hand of sympathy and help to Â¬ pors mil experioneo wo can say that it bus broken up bod colds wards him nearly five years ago for our ehildreii penterville South Gkelerlne in Pennsylvania Dakota Citizen 50 bottles for e Swiokley Ponn We had ah ep sale by John M Roso as our physi Â¬ idomic of cholonne Senator Chaadlor on Roads cians callod it in this place lately At the recent session of tho na- Â¬ and I made a great hit with Cham lierlains Colic Cholora and Diar Â¬ tional leaguo of good ronds Senator I have sold four Chandler of New Hampshire said rhoea Romedy dozen bottles of it in one week and that he thought that one advan Â¬ haVo since- sold nearly a gross This tage for his organization would bo Komody did tho work and was a the agitation of the subject and tho big advertisement for mo Several dissemination of tho facts bearing poraotB who had been troubled on good roadmaking through the witli diarrhoea for two or throo press Ho was of tho opinion that wooks woro oured py a fow doses of oither a national road commission should bo appointod or olso tho this medicinesecretary of agriculturo might bo PPKnappPIiG 4 arid 50 bottles for sale bv instructed to investigate tho mat- Â¬ ter and report tho noods to con- Â¬ John M Rose Ho assured tho delegates gress VA0AK0IES THAT WILL NOT BE FILLED that thoy would not find congress oither slow in acting or indifferent Steoretary Morton Will Allow Ho Sinecam to any reasonable proposition that In His Department might bo made Ho quoted Secre- Â¬ Soorotary Morton has boon com- Â¬ tary of State Seward as saving that pelled on account of tho insuf you can moasuro tliq civilization of lieienoy of tho appropriation for a pooplo by the Character of its tho sood division of the department roads of agriculture to sign an ordor Inthis country we have como to dismissing about sixty employes depend on tho railroads and have neglected ono system of highways of that division Secretary Morton has found time lie believed that the bicycle riders to familiarize himself with the woro doing a great deal to call at- Â¬ duties of nearly all tho employes tention to tho condition of the of tho department There are sev- Â¬ roads IIo was glad to hear that eral places that aro regarded by the railroad companios had taken him as sinocures and ho does not the position favorable to this ob- Â¬ propose that tho incumbents shall ject As they had caused tho nog much longor draw a large salary loot of tho highways ho thought without giving tho government a that it was well that they should fair return Ho has concluded aid this work for their revival that sovoral of Uioso positions are What they wanted was to havo the not essential to tho success of tho roads in such a condition that ono department and will shortly noti- Â¬ could drive in a light wagon from fy tho incumbents that their places Maino to Alaska without breaking uro vacant Thoy Mill not bo llll a spoke Tho convention heartily ap Â¬ The secretary says ho intends to run his department on a busi Â¬ plauded this sentiment with which ness basiH Whore officials do not tho senator closed his remarks mini their salary it will bo turned FOR UVMPKlHIA over to- the credit of tho depart Â¬ V rtrawrna Iran Itinera oC KtlgWml ftmW BIMtl toft NPv ATMi WHaalt4MlcXHU u J WLm TWW ff Wanaw Miss Ahuns a young girl living of Afthfonl Kent Bch 3 decided KM -- - ki wii oiiTmv i trTTHIQ t W ri TnW AffJCAJt 44 MHmft lUtMrs ei Wr JR JM8C HVlfcCtXMCXl to li near Iitlian Springs nil Mncadam was not an onlont ad Â¬ vocate of the rolling methods now commonly employed in roadmak Â¬ ing prolrtiblv for tho reason that road rollers first camo to be used after Muoadoma day Their im Â¬ portance and value wore first nuulo known to tho English people by in Sir John Burgoynb in 18 1U Steam 99 rollers are gonorally preferred by road experts thoug excellent work may be done wit horso roll- Â¬ ers and thoso aro sometimes given proforonco on account of their greator oheapnoss in point of first cost Good Roads 1 1 tmmwsmmmmm xmm iMa w w 1 Jjjfc attii Ii mmm 4a mil 1 i ai normal and preparatory schools w Tho hist term L Jtv t present ses sw sion will bppin MOND AY April 3 The M Coughing loads to consumption saiiin1 Kemps Balsam stops the cough at W IIILLIIIKIIIIL n i ftui Viv iH liottor than ever before IIIV JWJrking earnestly ami every study Ml onco M departments are 19 is civen esneeial attention The last term will bo srood time for persons expecting to teach to prepare for fra r m tho examinations in Julv and Aumist iTiMPMl Persons wishing to take a review course to prepare Ml the advantages fAK M1 for teaching should considerspecial drill class offered byM for teach Ml tho Academv There is a liy rnu njWll day Til tins class IV f 1 lVIOi winch recites rM to hour A U teaichers are expcctetl conduct the recitations always fcj dor the supervision of the Principal Slm All the common school uraiiiMRs win ll rfviwoii Sj PLEAsmr s jMland extra time will be given to diilicult portions of the W uMM2wyL W respective studies 5 M Young ersons who expect to teach the coining M THE NEXT MORNINQ I FEEL BRIGHT AND NEW AND MY COMPLEXION IS BETTER rA W vonr should nronnrc themselves thromrhlv and Vr doctor Mjri It cU Kfltly on tho tomarh Hrrr urn 10 - weeksof the 0 -- T iW ay J ssrmm - 1 LT 1 1 1 1 WtmMft Uli called Rt mna lea mad ThU kltlnerftnd la pleasant Uiatlro um as drink la MUjru from nortML and U prepared for VJTi A- - - tou cannot Lanea Rat ttjoond roar addrca for rra aaspla FaMllr Mr4lln0 aaavea Ike tmwrlacaek day InordertobohtaKhythUUneceMnrr Addma y7 bUATou rwoouiVAKD Ltitov LAHESMEJDICIHEIt a package All dranrlDti sell It 60a and 91X0 M M in hi is thr lilnco fWl HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY Parents who want to give their children an educa Ml 10 WF Iiib IB tv hiipIi nronavntion Traders Deposit Bank AIT IMItion should send them to the Hazel Green Normal andlM tij Preparatory where there is thorough instruction TaT jj STERLING KY 80000 A A mmm ITW i fll1 a Mil Capital J St 200000 Suniius o niOSTAFIVPriIhuJnt G L KIUKPATIUCK Vice Preaidenf W V THOMSON Cashier l5K jv Ijj w tlivnwii in V Verc5jicctnillyiioHcil the businesHof ruer- chnntM lurmers iniilers mid htuinens nion gcuuriillv throughout KurUtii Kentucky A guncral liiuiking biiniitcsN done Olvu us n chnnce to sciul you u bunk bonk rny your entoks iinu loan you money when in need W Thompson Cnsh iho toiwliors nnd on intorrn rtiw mitrtf w v gate them on any pomt at any time Hero the pupils IJJJj nave access ro cianv naners to ninn nzinos uooks ror reference and both secular and religious newspapers v e snouiti stimulate a nesire ior goou literature ana would urge pupils to keep posted concerning current events M Avitli 11 -- connort and proht or pupils is done a uuiiii wii uiuiai ft ikjl ihu i niii i jj iy 111111 ft Here pupils are 5 iui ua-- w 4 1 J COST FOR 10 WEEKS K r 1 lnnrtl V union fc o uu aaw e have rooms ready 50 0 fnv nil wlin mnv f mno m m - WW m lU Va ipVashing CI -- 1 00 M ra TfTPHT wjlyx n y n uujxu TT TTV - m A tt Cum OoldOouxst14taTToaLCreapIaIlaeBA jBronchltia and Aithma u Whooping Cc cartaiBeurAnruoBiumption in flrat aUgxa and Uia atone Mr wliafln advanced oa trill aeMha axoalleat affeat aftr taklnjc tba Bnt doae Bold by dealora trarywaara Cart VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE jirlvutf eoiitruit eouht Ky containing 11 atta As npent of the owner oiler for Mile nt valuable farm in Morgan I FREDJHEII1Z Manufacturing Jeweler 135 E MAIN bottlaa 0 aaU and 100 10S D It J F IOCKIIAUT J 3lf5 a TTSSTp K7Kr KY - A FLOYD IJYUD ATTORNEY-AT-LAY Crttnpton Kv ment T ftkeaautlsM Qlokly Carol tea tnuiHiirk ami rrowcil red IIdci oa wnpv v AU rhyilcUnt Ttvommcutl lu r loille OeaeliN doAlera ke p It JlOo Ovw A Centary ft Thoodays is a very short timo in which to curd a bad caso of rheu- Â¬ matism butitoau bo done if the proper treatment is adopted as AViU bo soon by tho following from Tamoa Lambert of New Bruns wiokIU H was badly ailliotod wi th rheumatism in tho hips and logs when I bought a bottle of Oham Wlains Pain Balm It cured mo in throe days I am all right toÂ¬ day and would insist onoveryono who ia afflicted with that terrible to use Chamberlains Pain 50 Bilm and get well at once bottles for sale by John M Rose die Alexander Hookaday who re Â¬ moved to Indiana sixty years ago and still lives on tho site where lie originally settled nearNoblosvillo is one of the oldest men now living Ho was born in Virginia oast of tho Alleghany mountains in 1775 and consequently is 118 years old His wife who is still living is 85 yoars old and there aro cloven ohildrop all of whom are living Mr and Mis Hookadav aro by no jTJir Allracts of title AirnUheU olloe the place ttono made and prompt returns ffiinrauteed VK in cnsh will huv the place 01 Connected with the law linn of Wood J Day nnd balance in one and two years Mt Sterling Ky in civil practice with eounl notes at H per cent well secured miles east of Hazel Green on theroad leailing from Ilethsalein church to West Liberty and is only one half mile from the church building Adjoining the place is the inihlie school htiild iiifj for the district There is a 3 room dwelling on the place in good repair and a good barn 30vMi feet Sity acres of the land is cleared and the remainder covered with a virgin forest of Oak Hue 1oidar etc There Is a splendid well of water und a fine young orchard of 50 heurinc apple tree on i Â¬ This farm is locnted Acrks Murk or Less SHEET Square vm rrin Custom Hans LEXINGTON KY WATCHES if tplVlU dSOtf DIAMONDS CLOCKS ix IIOWID STAMPER Attorkky-at-La- w juF or further particulars addrcv Hazel SlKXCKK COOlKK Jreen Ky JWLRY Solid Sillier AlO CAMPTON KYV Will practice fn the courts of Wolfe nn4 tjie adjoining counties AU businevieMtruateNil toour care will receive prompt attention H maupin D H CAJfcPENTEK CATLFTTSBUHO KY Optical Goods JH THILLIPS WITH WHOLESALE DRY GOODS NOTIONS BOOTrf SHOES Ac MAT H f V f V J ag aad aaotkiaf AND MOWERS 8TODDAKD AND EmadradaiolaMatMluiTf Immi 4Mr4 Good roads aro a necessity to the ACME HARROWS c Ac B4 Bute IHre Frmlt Economic Conduct of tho farmers Im4 talk II A O Fkokr d Co DOORS AND SA8H A SPECIALTY Si to prt p a 89 aat H at bosat Bluman B Bailey in an address MO ChMreh 8treet New York luisinesa yet farmers fail to organ 110 and H2 Skcoxi Sirxkt fuSpecil ntteutlna to iimil orders agitata on Iwhalf of thorn lioforo tho Michigan fruit growers tf tw and OKAS BUCHANAN IROKTON O Good roads are a nocfesity U the association has furnished another enjoyment of a cvclista recreation Qxcollent argument for good roads IDINUFKLDElt H and the cyclists nave formed tho He shows how fruit growers low damagco to their produce UAAVA OKKKN KY atrongoat ftiuglo Innly working for henvily M ROBINSON SpeeUl Attentiuh to itepulriap nnd Mtiv CO country SureÂ¬ by reason of jolting on heavy and lJpM f I I laWI HW WiaW WiW gXMl roada in the fitctioH KUitmtileeU Shop nt eld CumRtiiu uneven roads Bettor roadatho r HAZEL QUICK XY ly business in mot important than ntswJ tB the hill iifr the Hernld oWt Importers nnd Jolihert pf thmmta aiuit tlu agriculturist ia as vry ml rtads will put monuy in jMrDmiljU and Slle MlS HOUSE growers Thia famigHWd mUm whwlman Pitta- - thepooeta of fruit Hl ami SMt Hwnes CAMPTON KV BAY GOODS AND NOTIONS aama thing Mr no of other olrtaaeft HgHPh rVr hire IVrtkri t to nv m Hi ttrMvn Pslb of faraieratetroit Trilntn BitaiM a fieuir moans feeble jwople lho old gen Â¬ JLtitdmcmtiic tleman is quite aotivo and otton nanwin iijiimimii TUr Salt walks to the homos of neighbors a OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS MALTA Ckroala Sotm F milo or more away He also fre- Â¬ PLOWS COOKS MILLS EVAP IkA PnOria Sera OHATORS CHAMPION KEAPEK8 aadPUef It to quently visits his children w ii kfrr x nn vi 11 ni im a WWV JOHBKRS OtaBilMrlxins Hy IK Oinltaftht and Skin Sore Em l vui rrioej aa nouaii a a 1G7 - G FEDER fl RACE STREET CINCINNATI OHIO v J1G5 akhuui Boakl Head Old Botm Eeataia Sore Nipples UNDKRWKAR SHAWLS IIOSI- OlOVKJS IIUNKKIS 8lf rKNDKUS nud nil klndu of mihrII wares nnd other coods in Notion nnd Furnishing Goodi Line KUY kftcUolkrtrtt J PICRATT PfafiliMilMiflCWKJf J lurgitlli jlk 0 rHTaWUCK jHH IHWW I mtmaftu T - t -- - ols wHth day ramis M4dtoineTovt tha lhi U nMxahry Uow nv r ty h oiiWr fa fo mU mnpmiTK--WH JOHN WlfUJATT Tkf MKmeVV W tkw a mw W- 1- pWle W wrwrj aifrnnaa w nv rwnivn MVeat MtlH JOUISVJIXE KY oi StU tW