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I latter met with mt of colu ent ftfeipetbftiHMs whfeh lnahu wsil CiiictnHnU fcomwercIrtl fliiMltel In thai anew financial reverses out annually from foHaed honns waald a2 That HimvAr lias taken a Dromincnco Then Mai Thomas hea so antioeaMt la saata of tba inrttlisg V iiiw place t UKn Hmnng8ire8conil tdJi hnrso u in Mad made a fortune Into coaslderatloH rtllhw M the day HhfWsdtof aaaw Guided by this it fsemation and paifoffnsaosa ooaihlHel ih stud in America tlffoUgh thHiU of and was in a poi is reasonable tto hsKsf so exosptlcMMU wasjMis ktasen Maj Jii8nbVen son Domino who 1mm Won tion to return the more iAoney than any two ycarltf in favor sagenorously nresume had Maior ThamtM did not bay a aulltojs Mean the Mtovad rachlg lilstoryi and whifso earniftgajire bestowed in years Thomas owned such death of Imp KiajtBan ulso heayier than thow5 of any other liv previous and he array in num Je lisd a greater hor jkaah be fipald an ing or dead American rnco horse hro nearly sacrificed his bers of stallions puroaaaa in llimyar Domino t we re- Â¬ knOWn to tho public But tho and mares as Mr 3 sult and tiMlay his sirs ooatraahds a stud facts well state to savo tho Kenjatiotial incidents und pathetic ailu man who had be B Haggin for in Â¬ fee of WOO more than wai ater paid of happenings leading up through history friended him Mr stance that he with hut three exospiioM for tba sar- A tudrioan MMnnnt to thftMife of this marvelous sire andoh Grin stead was so would have otttr i oatn af Hlmvars fliMMMJkMtlUlllll tllAM4MI tM unknown Co the mass of turf fotlowcrV involved however breedstripped any A h well 6M this days breedera and oyiicffs his financial downaraHrwy as ing farm in the the brood mare ciasslloa wqna in tuo con of tba thoroughbred told as it is below fall could not be in publiafor the first time test for the Btipreim shpwn bekWvthe flrstutiais tha jftaVea averted but Major Ih tHe early pftrt of tho civil war JInj Thomas saw to it acy in races and now st the home of rXMntao B G Thomas tho veteran breeder and that tho onco afflu 1 money won ixhik apiicared in public AdoaU data ef Adara Baa AMtl K owner of Hi myafV from whose stud came ent banker was free Ine over his remark Domino had a serious difficulty with a from want to the able success makes taekv Ban bhJ May lady by imp Ths Ill Union soldier whoso company was camp cud of his days his individual views used Aera bv Alarm Iwb AorettOllfl ing in ami around Lexington menacing on breed l ne oi Dominothcnhas AlbA flraVIUua brJlm Gray wlaatr of the citizens of tbnt section their pres- i history outside of rnuch interest to twentveiKhtraaaa407aO byRBSHjrfK 1 ence being a compelled fcufleranco as ins own achieve the srcncral nubile AwydHmorjjha Ylakls auiaTsaWa jeouched as they are k martialjiavx had been declared hy TIchhoras 1 ments and the clo t iii ni Auto at riimi dam of AVheui hv Klrhrv Own Brother to Unbeaten Domino Moit The cMrts dismissed Major Thomaa on rjoua record lie has tu a row words and il-A Dan Amy seedad a mile is 1141 i 4k Vy Valuable Yearling in tho World l a preliminary hearing buj his enemys won Mannie Grey o expressing as they Mannlo Grey Dam of Unbeaten Domino do new ideas for Imp King Ban comrades in arms not satisfied with tho Dornlnoa dam was Hiravar Slro of Unbeaten Domino whose y jwiihs verdict took up tho soldiers cause By secured by Major get have won more money than Was ever won whoso produce lutvo won more money man thoae who are Imp King nam ei mnxafMuaMgHter Phh day they hunted the now Thomas from Ucn in a single ncnson by the sons and daughters IHUSU oi iuiy oiucr urueti iiinru searching for the uizht and bv t iwno4aue erscic tmy et tat easttajaff h fuwrrif nt vaikinw an bv IlHIK Kiinr Hhh umoa Breeder watcning every corner Rufnrrl ivhn rlfisod of any Ainerican bretl stallion ihii7pheuomcnal race horse nan jirjhi winner uj im n Kin i iue siriwta iiupinij uu wuuiu hit earthly career in uanvuie 1rA IT illUI UJ It will bo obHorved that Major Thomas RravoHrRyoMBgKngliihMRreWCiM SW-lV-Icommitting suicide after ho had squah Ho says Having long since lCarnel inaily they sighted aim from afar dcred a large estate Ho bred her she also has the distinction of breeding two that every foal was just a reproduction Cerhna dawjef ftuidiaa hy Imp race oc me ami ocatu being an own sister to that sterling good of these stars of tho first five biggest ott some preceding litirso or mare in the lcncame hit gaining on him it seemed hut a race horso Goodnight who during his winners trench laric having also iiaued family to which It bolonged my aim parpaa dam of Wel Bide hy ImjR C i l ueation of time when lie would come enrcfa won an eveu dozen races Mannic front his stud Tho following tablo is of aihee that conviction has been to use and what1 Grey was raced hut little She however much interest consisting as it does of no marcs forraisjng faco horsed except Dislike 7slster to BanaaajJ by rithln ranee of their bullets hn lpdcn miteilos failed to accoTnnlisli beat abig field at Lexington when a three Hcomplcto list of all tho HSdfail those who had iio stains in their pedigree pan history that have and traced back through good DlxlatU dam of GwilafJ thcircyonets would finish Fleeing as vearnbld She is also an own sister to in American racing 40001 iierfornlers My Fellow and My Jwlyh by r iaHri and over in on ie soon passed beyohd the teity lKWnitu9 tho Missouri bred stallion sire won as much as the turf to an oriental flrMn Trains Ban illustrates It also i Tnhhtrv Hnnf liThlYnnv HoplrBiMOf f Can stakes and nurses limits but fortunately came acrdsaun 1 A prBon by ImP Migimprovcaa coltsomcthHig like sohooh JUT enghije aide tracked and inadtf jotfu ms Jay First Ward Quiver William h6w all figures Domino towers above ing does a boy but good material lit HVnrby K liia danarer Xa the eneineer The latter 111 tho 10000 Galen and other famous them requlstto in both before a polish can bfe dale dam of the Faverdala soltV a i resppnpea u me cau ior am openequic sad rHIcltl6lnHifirUftliterTiil lormers made At a recent sale in Lexington a am xuugMi ay jwjun very one of her foals that havostart- a tho expression I will buy tho horse and aV uossamurtuaiuoi MiMtklnUshandaaGbhe- jonihe murderous soldiers were left eqtnrc creditable winners in addition S yoit nsay have the pedigree was heard tliv by Jinn WoccmIm tv NAM US far behind this fact her wortli as a brood mare is is Sbut such talk came only from people Graee Lee dam of MMft1WHlmmafc brlmp J when itmstratcd more fully by tho stntement his new found friend y i il Tr who had never bred a great race horse t i zf Tmjaedlate danger waa past Mnj Thomas ttmt tho nomi performers she lias proitk Jlanantdam of Mamal by As an evldonce foals run back to different l l J J 180U8i 11m em t iIium of wtM jIImm no a U1 I J rcnuiieu 4llM xnuRoea on uniu l iiuniiy BHM Jill nil iiiu duced arp by foiuudifierent sires Ten Domino 100400 members of their families the reallv sflHj llofef and Ilmrits fey twi Iiiu IligllllCHH frjiiflni troops in West Virginia and Strike being a son of Ten Broeck Ban Potoiuue v 78400 great race horse Tom Bowling was Hearsay luatn ermuana iJiefiltMJrV followed the lust caiTSc unti tiio dala a daughter of KTng Ban Lady Reel known to have only a few crosses of ami Major Ban by Imp Asijnut nwtMer 00780 Proctor Kn6tt tdAfaf the rebellion and Freemason are by Fellowcrart and Chnos 03550 thoroughbred blood He was in his day lleelftz dam m Asrxbanr IiWoa mas- Lexington about Gorrection and Domino are by llimyar Dobbins Whdnha returned to 58010 a wonder but in appcaranco he was the Nell My Cnftnt WalUVbr 50072 counterpart oi nts Hire lcxlngton four years later it waH in tho worn garb MahnidGrey is now but twonty years ltursell iterzoati sUtertoTritMmJttlbr LhsmbViE He 55200 had Jlyo brothers of a confederate soldjer Without n dol- Â¬ old and thus with reasonable iubk she Morollp r ii- ut HaatfM imte L - ty t l None showed the Han V 7 54500 lar in his pocket he found liimsclf acain ja Rood for twenty more foals ono of S McClelland iivfcgnviana jom pruaif uie Jaefmai strains of blood he did in appearance r 47535 KlJtioRev libmf Before the disturbance he had tvhfoh la nntv a vonrlinir a model rnlt Sir Francisat 47340 And not one of them was more than ordibeen acquainted with a man there who wliich the public will have a chance toi ar Walter 43505 nary as performers The word prepotency uy bid on npxt June and which youngster Senator Grady jooas now so much used by writers on trotting Jewel 4em of llmi7 iWHtrti X many believe will bring a higher pjrice StratliBieath 40575 horso rbrecding is alike very applicable 40135 in breeding the raoe horse Predoini than any yearling ever sold under tho Tremont i Clji auctioneers hammer The table below M Though never at one time owning a banco is sometimes apparaut on both cives in detail the winnings of Mannie to over aides of tho families Grevs ovAduce on m turf since 1882 great number of mares and hardlyMajor Tho great Longf eljow was not a better over two stallions in service Wfit when Tehirlke tljK first of her repre- Thomas has been a wonderful successful race horse than his sire Imp Leamington sentativesjl made hidybut breeder from Hiraday down to Dominos and though Ten Broeck was the son ef a time Ho has bred no lees than thirty worthless horse as a runner his graad m s S3 5 S c s o o 5000 sires were both great porformers Jtlias IW six stnrs have V A 28 ro n 313 8 m a a and famous und a that list of won noted bcenwUd by old turfmen tkatLexlogtoa u s riN ami long other over JA a c performers such as Adora Aureola dam was ne better race home thaii hia aire fVU n c of A ureal us and Persimmon Baniwchi Boston and Domino wjia even net aiirHfy I nor to wimyar l could name ladl V 180085 Bankers Daughter Ban llimyar sire of vldual mares that produced DoiuilU as many as 33 37035 May Bird and Stralghtout JJan FIagr 32 27 M Cofreftlon 20 10 20 92 1170 Man lassie lian iiazcm uanbnuge liert twelve or fourteen foals and of TeiiBtrlkc RHBwvQa cms 1 B 8 10 3 8380 Boy Ban Dance dam of Bansach Bar number only one race horse of first qual Â¬ Ilandala 4 o 5110 Yan Banana Bush Bot Biar Colt ity appeared so il surely mOet he appa- 4 18 0 Inaily IleeU 2 3870 Craftsman Chaplet Charon Craft Craf rent to the thinkinr breeder 2 14 2 lVeeniauoir that T llecapltulatlon Dixanno dam of Sir Excess Dixie although a mare with a tinted pedigree tie 0 - u Number of wlnnera dam of Fireball Herog Heretog Hear- Â¬ may produce a great race horse site is 342 Tinies atftrtctl say Hajcrh War Jig and Florae Dlxlo much more likely to throw ta foal that 80 Times first t or War Flag dam of Ban Flag and Ban even when well trained and matured sun 53 Times Hond S IMIm bridge Fireball Freemason Fannie S not rutf fast enough to carry a boy for 62 Times r fVk your doctor Doniino has fufftllt Florae dam of Florimore May I Sour 157 Times nilptafced vaiw 247000 Mash and Warficld Gunner Gymnast Major Thomas theory to a nicety Hw Amouiitvon sire was the best on the western tWrf las This showing makes Mannie Groy by Good Day Himlex Herndon Harzbtirgt his day Alarm HimyarV sire waa at f her produce tfie largest winner aaione HimyanL Hydra III Ban sire of Dash one timetho holder of tha best mile rea 0 mad Daw em the Mrs aid of the American bjood mares her sons arid intr BelhrfSononi and many other good onh aadhein turn was Jiy EoBasa v n a ni m niy iifi ih wfanersjillegiaz Hotef Hansa Hal em daughters haying won f285 more than i ni iiii iler- - high aJjMeglish rsaa hnrsa The Uttar O THOMAS MAJOR B has oecn wonby tho produce of the noted IVetog sire of MarySue Helen wa by the Enitlsh Darby wiwto Jrel Bsus sad Castor sttteIU by Wr The Oldest of America Gxcat Breeders Marian tho dam of Emperor of Norfolk zogtiienratnorea to nm mne tieuer GrlajHln whowMtMiol Toaehttiaa Ukfe Xaeint Shrb from AVhoe Stad iaid El Rio Rev who until man i Huinightj wuo peat the i o i one ttoblator to awal m by Yo Tamblen If thf greatest Hart a thatW Hfa TItf i Qawe tlia Unbeaten Domino llaMap Jewel II Joint headed by thSdaughter of Enquirer led mile record f ttl- - ili llimyar won thrsrf Mikea as aTtwkYSMr hadptapered in war as woll an in peace the list of sucief ul brood mares in this Winkle JaaUrW- - ICing llimyar King colt and mt and nlltea ftalMM iwa tliStiaaiiras the famous banker breed- - country in msney won by their produce TroUblerKeulfdlcy Baar King Robin r 4rahiiurfman the late James A Grin r Kma ball slater toWtdtol by asnnU Of tho unbeaten two year old of prom Lord NeiCTou Wke Lord Tom Him MMrxuHcinn anu mvmw stead The major sought him out Mud iaence on thojAiHerfcan turf the com yar Lady WHkle Leman Money Maker at Nihrllle As a tittn 7 Yfttt of tha good woo tha Mile Maa4a ttakea at told khn lie tahet iave assistance until pilation which follows shows haw far My CraVMJor tarkitnmjUitUm to Xtof Crmt by mm awif the rtoxMx 1 total ttaltei k Laal lie eotild get tm his feet again they are balilud Domino it awaey WW uairornnriny Draw Tremont is aisatlw only one that won Maid ofvIiior Metaor a wNner la iad ihe Janttarr ntakaa at HL lady CuvsiiMd half to Maid of Mr Griaotead simply said Keatocky Wby of tba I MM by AmoHm your cheek for what you need I will more racea thanMo son of llimyar The wady rngar idster to 4uea Bam lv MIWs hiVhich Ito Wa iooad to Day JBf The highest weight towover he rT carried sou Mfi WillUrnN Mary 1 see that it is honored in bank havog ofwar had left Major Tkoaiw hut ww 122 nounda Hue Domino won tack Lrkie Taxsle dam of fcady Julaifar solely becaaas 1m wwvfrhttr tefi a IeMk Ktsur Ban dsjiiof Crnft sod lncRKah ls Iflmyar t t In Mi fiaor and Kiddle QueaH Ban who1 the post Asa one piece Of property Year previous evRta as the uyte Fark staaea wjin k i iza Injection BoS tarts h4wai0neaiett and ha was aJy bast MhiLWowlfortf he ami hi brother Hon Ctotrle B poqad Mpw Baa t trial Uk WW wmwon KrWlUyedOr defeated f his flva f eawW form wat T2Llmlfm half sistet to Cpt IlrownL Vv TlKMHas who died judge of the Fayette4 liS RiedntBhkle roxluea aed tron 4UMin tAm Koesnr at oaa ant of ooadittoB an4 at thafM teas w -- n -- Keiitkcky court had owned a good raee BUke hata with av I poiMMia UnwhHe Itssata Bepeat Msalt raaVa Utot saaaoMaa th maralksntf ArSSaa flve f urlour r the IxHder of Ui poaro oy iniPf nmuHSMHtHu iirgiiKi IhUm great futii jtyha eafriad 1 aaKb l 8ir WsTr btaten a beadhitn ana tun aametv ta urvum event w am IaIjI flA lAat itithaSlA rAOoinl ponwh la vfiWry i wsr 9KKTltba record to that sll tUbtoiaaoaiha oa taatfM in Aw leaving lwme he had bred her fa nairoer im namtaa pvrinnaRnB mrw ipny iwripi n ssstPP 4rat race Iwrsa Liexinfton and wei fbo ttaro a floe aka wlnast ls I8a tM rltarnwl he foand a ftlly thi aaafh War BstlMsiBot WhirbM tip The oart interest h owaail in rtas SiiiillllSllBMI lifp Ganew HJle WvftllV eoaattaited MiiorThoaww Uwn If 1 - var the sire of the Close of Domino Tlje story a n o t coniplete i withotitau allusien Vi mo v w- jlt to rajor Thomas t9 UlMJsFr tir V Fricntl H Ncel friend in his days try f One el the OreMxC of need Mr Grin nftM in Amrjei stead In time the Iliw at tnawar1 st a foaryaar old hf Taaht sttodSp say dajttowe seoiwWre4 tM beat cup Mat wfcaV was os wm tntiiKm wWl hatha harm in tha waat two mtlea sad at that aula U it turf raa him siMla liaBdad In awHtatsswa araltii m harissa Hlmrar la vehr bbodHhf hie cowlomaj v mU - hi i Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ IpiNJwi htf aL i Â¬ - t i - m tuait two-year-ol- ds teM k I luJllf mjm At - t1 ii A r MsViiK fawwHS- I -- - - n- Â¬ -- mjXhJm i m 1 P4toJlA - s Â¬ mtm- nmsttm jmsy - m - fc - w A mwjz 95 eh Plfi a- - i ttt i r Ussatrboio JU J oMhe ttt4 iirara lare ZZZJTZ fxS lugthe itr luber foor-yar-tl- d lrt no i lieurtldy t M HceWiath fkSni wf Tpro tmm Kl atw Jwjr j- pm n Kiawn ophtw fo ibe orovett taa wraaar or ine Ttwawv w a w lijiaiwa v 1M pml WtVwviH it -- rtuuni tr waB S9 i de Ia mdstfCfsllerr aArtftafay 4 lfW ruF BwaBBj wnHVPt VV f i yB Hp t HWajtaasain wmMgmmi mwir WsWI awian lLaiMtU kkkm TeiKia mmmmi v miMifiTOi lie now gtmmrmmr l ixZ-- J biv I I 1 tSAIlih rtty lT1e rviaraat W nmnovwr t a MkiiHV Vtr L2H s2a Sfeit grlA- S w a mm j wm r wm r i t Jr ianiMi m- - r 7 mTHH - 0 j V tv S r v Ct MWWPBT hivim mJl ii n ww - S - c iimt i f l u m f t rm s r m vb m m iimi iii m iiinii immi iwa Minium nnm i in t mi iw niMMiiiii iii juiim ii tsiHUMBBiKBHHHHML iHazel Green Herald IS Kstablished March 4 1885 and Mado Famous in the Golobratcd Story of T Jonathan and His Continent IIIk HiicU IW by MiucbRoU K 1 x i v v SPENCER COOPER O vnor and Ertltor Of n Nlny Worltl With Nmvn Irom All Nntlonx ImuhHnj at tl00 1 A YEAIt AIWny 1 In AdVnC 1 n rmimMm m a MM MM JIJHM flll1llM MMIM i v TENTH YEAll MAffQlt 1 TFlbMAS HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY THURSDAY MARCH 29 1894 NUMBER four-year-ol- d i f JKiSl J1W wh vh fifl aM tw J W - brood marc Kirn B the darn of yar the sire oi His Solo Possessions at thai Close of Domino The story is not complete the War iilltN without an allusion Mmw I to Major Thomas Ncl- - friend in his days Illltltt J Knc llirttory of Out of thtt litfttent of need Mr Grin HorHDrt In Anicrlcii stead In time the yy J T- As gSKKKfv 3h xfflffFWWmm VM IM Al tWKs v t t if afci fdfe M orvsy 7 I 4 Tliat Himyar has taken n prnmitienco Then Maj Thomas W ffi among sirescond to no horso now in had made a fortune W M w the stud in America through the aid of and was in a poi ffi his unbeaten son Domino who has won tion to return the is reasotinblc ILIvlUU UWS3X rv to LSlaPV in favor so gcncrously more money than any presume had Maior -- A YJdlu ixV racing history and whoso earnings are bestowcu in vears Thomas owned such and he also lienyier than thow of any other liv- Â¬ previous an arrav in num I JCKW T ing or dead American race horse arc nearly sacrificed his iVr4z--4bers of stallions v t r sr iiv kc facts well known to the public Hut the estate to save the y wT and marcs as Mr J HI NJT A v X hctuntional incidents and pathetic side man who had bo B Haggin for in of happenings leading up through history friended him Mr stance that ho to thclifc of this marvelous sire andsoji U mislead was so v jr would have out- U WM- w is unknown to the mass of turf followers involved however tripped anv breed as well as this days breeders and owners his financial downing farm in the of the thoroughbred told as it is below fall could not be world in the conin public for the first time averted but Mnjor test for the supremIn the early part of the civil war Mai I nomas saw to it acy in races and tt JJ G Thomas tho veteran breeder and that the once afflu m iiuonev won Look- A I owner of Himyar from whose stud came ent banker was free Adonta dam of Adora Ban Adonia Ken- ine over his remark M- M 1SU - r w n 11 win Vli Jomino had a serious difficulty with a from want to the able success makes lucky Ban mid May Lady by Imp Tho 111 -Union soldier whose company was camp end of his dnys hisindivulual views Used by Alarm Imp Acropolis Aera ing in and around Lexington menacing Domino theiijlias on breeding of Alice Gray dam by Jim Gray wlnnor of tho citizens cj that section their pres- a history outside of much interest to twenty eight races ana 20720 bv Enquirer ence being a compelled fciiflerance as us own achieve the general public Ann dam of John Winkle and Miss Win- Â¬ martial law had been declared couched as they are kle by Tiehbornb meats and the glo Atttolat Imp dam of Arben by Kirbcr The courts dismissed Major Thomas on rious record he has Own Itrnthcr to Vnbcnten Domino Most in a few words and Ban Amy second a mile in 142 1 4 by Valuable Yearling in the World exprcssimr as thev a preliminary hearing Iwj his enemys won MannieGrey Imn Kinp Ban satisfied with the Domiiifis dam was Himyar Sire of Unbeaten Domino whose Man nil Iroy Dam of Unbeaten Dominojdo new ideas for comrades in arms not llitiika verdict took up tho soldiers cause Uv sncured by Major Het have won more uioiicv than wjis over vm whose produce liavo won more money thaniit0BQ w no a r e Imp King ilam of llaukas Daughter by Ban i u single seaon by tlesons and daughters muse oi any oiiilt urouu nmre night and by day they hunted the now Thomas from Gen searching for the Bamlalutho crack filly of tho cost in 1880 nM Americaii brfd btalio famous breeder watching every corner Buford who closedof by Imp King Ban - J secret of raising nn ideal phenomenal raco horse Ban IlaJjMn u winner by Imp King Bnmjj and turn in the streets hoping he would his earthly career in Danville Ind by It will 1w BravourayoungEnglisli mare by QucgusWl nimitiillHwr uiiirtirln iftnr wk t rl ci nil II nlwt Itiin be observed that Major Thomas pass along Ho says Having long since learned lirofil l lirr tttNi ii lM liultiwttinM Finally they sighted him from afar dered a large estate Jio bred her she h that every foal was just a reproduction Messenger dam of Pasedhia by TmpThmt Corbena ThcnwCame a race of life and death boingan own sister to that sterling good of these stars of the first five biggest of some preceding horse or mare in the dcrstorm gaining on him it seemed but a racoTiorso Goodnight who during his winners hrench lark having also hailed family to which it belonged my aim Fast Ciiromi dam of West Side by Imp Glen- inu u uuduik uimu u since that conviction has been o uso lynn question of time when be would come career won nn oven dozen races Mann e nim i ia num ch interest consisting as it does of Dislike sister to Banana bv Imp Kinir within range ot their millets aim what Grey was raced but little She however no mares for raising race horses except complete list of all tho missiles failed to accomplish beat a big field at Lexington when a three ho leaden those who had uo stains in their pedigree Bun American racing history that have and traced back throuirh irood performers heir bayonets would finish Fleeing as vearrold She is also an own sister to My Fellow and My Lady by Imp Khig v won as iniicu as 5iouuu anu over 111 f o was he soon passed beyond the city Eutistus the Missouri bred stnllion sire j oriental origin i min Ban ViJSV Vu lun l illustrates came aeros iin pf Bobby Beach Johnny Heckscher Cec stakes and purses It also i imits but fortunately FiHor Ban bv Imp King Ban Favoress igpnivcHa coiLsoinething iiKe school iihnvi engine slue tracked ami inane iwij May lav First Ward Quiver William how by figures Domino towers Favoress by Imp Macaroon fiiifc Favor- ing does a boy but good material is Jus danger to the engineer the 10000 Galen and other famous them all iuoa lacier requisite in both before a polish con bo dale dam of the Favorihdo colt responded to the call for aid openedihc performers Fclicitielam of Gardner TimberlRnd and made At a recent salo in Lexington by V throttle turned tho iron horse looseand 5 Every one of her foals that have startthe expression I will buy the horso and Tom Tough tltiiii Itobel of Mackintosh and oliibbo- Gossamer In addition noon the murderous soldiers were left ed are creditable winners you may have tho pedigree was heard leth by Imp Moccasin I 5 but such talk came only tcV this fact her worth as a brood mare is NAMKS far behind from peoplo WllllnntttV livlmn frnn fiio lnnt friend when illustrated more fullv bv the statement Leaving his new found who had never bred a great raco horso Kvrln Dnlv ntrcimmediate danger was past Maj Thomas that the noted performers she has pro Ah nn evidence foals run hack to different i Jlanapdam of llama by Imp KlnBnn iwos members of their families the really Uuiem fdnin of Ban Jlajeni llhtthp HaN- tramped on until he finally reached the duced are by fo uridine rent sires Ten Domiuo 100 tOO His Highness sail liotefand Ihuenuby Imp AuBtrallnnA southern troops in west Virginia ana Strike being a son of Ten Broeck Ban iotoiuae 78100 great raco horse Tom Bowling was Hearsay dam of Banana King Troublcr followed the lost cause until the dala a daughter of lung Ban Lady Keel Proctor Knott he then to have only a few crosses of aim Ma or nun ov imp WI7WI known Australian doscW tho rebellion Freemason arc by Fellowcraft and Minos and ti85r0 thoroughbred blood He was in bin dav Hegiaz dam of Harzbiirg JJBJan Kits- When he returned to Lexington about Correction and Domino arc by Himyar j DohbiiiH l womer but ill appearance ho was the sell Mv Craft and White bv wnvurly rf W four years later it wns in the worn garb Mannie Grey is now but twenty years UllKScll counterpart of his sire Lexington Ilerzbaa sister toTrlboulet by Imp King Without a dol- Â¬ old and thus with reasonable luck she Morollo O0O had Jive brothers Nono showed He Ban of a confederate soldier the ri Herjcgoviana dam of Half Mile ltcpentj lar in his pocket he found himself again is good for twenty more foals one of S McClelland strains of blood ho did in appearance had which is now a yearling a model colt Kl Kio Hey ami jnnouiei oy vyuveny at home Ucforo the disturbance he i7mo and not one of them wns moro than ordi Sir Francis llillicht dam 6f Best Boy and Rejection j been acquainted with a man there who which the public will have a chance to Sir Walter 4iri5 nary as performers The word prepotency by Imp King Ban bid on next Tune and which youngster Senator Grady 40I8 now so much used by writers on trotting Jewel dnm of Handy Andy Jewel If 40r75 horso breeding is alike very applicable many believe win bring a higher price Strathmcnth loi as in breeding the raco horse Predomithan anv vearlinjr ever sold under the iTremoHt auctioneers hammer The table below Though never at one time owning a nance is sometimes apparent on both gives in detail the winnings of Mannie great number of mares and hardly ever sides of tho families 1 ft C rnttu ttrfifliivn i IIU1 The great Longfellow wns not a better Villi uitinn 4WtlliV tU VIIVJ turf nillVO AViM when Ten Strike the first of her reprc over two stallions in service Major raco horso than his sire Imp Leamington Thomas has been a wonderful successful sentatives made his debut breeder from Hiraday down to Dominos and though Ten Broeck was tho son of a l Zl Zi 5l tiuie He has bred no less than thirtv worthless horso as a runner his grand s f s a3 3 Z s s 5 j H It litis six famous stars that have won 5000 sires were both great performers and over and a long list of other noted been said by old turfmen that Lexington 3s namk I performers such as Adora Aureola dam wns no better raco horse than his siro Jr Bansach Iiostou and Domino was oven not supe of Aureolus and Persimmon rior to Himyar J could name indiH 180085 Bankers Daughter Ban Himyar sire of it Domino vidual mares that produced as many as 37085 May Bird and Straightotit Jinn Flag Correction 100 32 27 U 88 82 Ten Strike 1CJ 2J 10 21 1J070 Ban Lassie Ban Hnzcm Banbridge Bert twelve or fourteen foals and of each 21 8 8 10 5 8380 Boy Ban Dance dam of Bansnch Ban number only one raco horso of first qual- Â¬ ltnnilnlii i 18 2 4 5110 Yan Banana Ihish Bolt Kriar Colt ity appeared so it surely must bo appa Ladv Heel- - 10 2 2 2 14 3870 Craftsman Chnplet Charon Craft Craf rent to tho thinking breeder Freemason 20 that Recapitulation tie Dixanne dam of Sir Excess Dixio although a mnro with a tinted pedigree fi Number of winners dam of Fireball Herog Hcretog Hear- may produce a great raco horse she is 342 Times started say Hnjem War Jig and Florae Dixio much moro likely to throw a foal that 80 Times first or War Flag dam of Ban Flag and Ban even when well trained and innturcd enn 53 Times second bridgo Fireball Freemason Fannie S not run fast enough f carry a boy for 52 Times third Doiriino has fulfilled Florae dam of Florimore May D Sour your doctor 157 Times unplaced Major Thomas theory to a nicety His Mash and Warfield Gunner Gymnast Amount won 247050 sire was the best This showing makes Mannio Groy by Good Day llimlex IIerndonHarzburg his day Alarm on tho western turf in Himyars sire was at ninv her produce tho largest winner among Hiinyara Hydra Hi Ban sire of Dash ono time the holder of tho best mllo rec- Â¬ Grand Dam on tho Sire 8Ido of the American brood mares her sons and ing UellfrSonoru and many other good ord and ho in Jiy Kcllpso a turn Unbeaten Domino daughters having won 285 moro than winners Hegiaz Hotof Ilansa Haiem high clnss English racowas horse The latter O THOMAS MAJOn lldretog siro of Mnry Sue Helen Jlcr has been won by the produce of the noted Jewel Ban and Starter Pcttlriglll by War was by tho English The Oldest of Americas ISxent Breeders Marian the dam of Kmperor of Norfolk zog tho first horse to run a mile hotter Orlando who was a son Derby winner Dance tho Jtaeing Save from Whose Stud of Touchstone 1 1 IMG Hiflight who beat the Yo Tamblen and El Kio Key who until than 14 Jowela halfsistcr to Jewel Ban by Jllm Came the Unbeaten Domino Hanap Jewel If John one of the greatest horsed that ovor lived yar headed by the daughter of Enquirer led milo record u Iliniynrwon threo stakes ns ft two year had prospered in war as well as in peace the list of successful brood mares in this Winkle Jaubert King Himyar King Tulip sister to ItejecIon byTiOiigMlqwj juru tatt sister to i reach iwrk by lilln- that mautwas the famous banker breed country in money won by their produce Troublcr Kentucky Ban King Kobiu old The colt and colt and fillies stakes yar er and turfman tho late James A Grin Of the unbeaten two year olds of prom Â¬ Lord Nelson Lou Pike Lord Tom Him at Lexington and the Bello Meado stakes Khtda half sister to White bymmle d ho stead Tho major sought him out and inence on the American turf tho com- - yar Lady Winkle Leman Money Maker at Nashville As n told him ho must have assistance until Dilation which follows shows how far My Craft Major Ban sire of tho goou won tho Hello Mendo stakcH at Nashville Lndv Agnes Miss Annie tho Phoenix Hotel stakes nt Lexington Imp St HlnUo half sister to King Crab by ho could get on his feet again thev are behind Domino in money won California filly Tillio S Draw Trnmnnt ia nlun llin nlv inn tliith Wflll Maid of Honor Meteor a winner in and tho January stakes at 8fc Louis Mr Grinstcntj simply said Lady Cleveland half sister io Maid of I will your check for what you need nr rnou tiinn urw ann nf itimvni- Tim Eiurland My Lady May Lady Minno losing tho Kentucky dorby of that yekr Ilnaor by Arcolus w nuu f wtu twbi frli Lady jWer sister to Queen Ila bv iiary u 1IIII in which ho wns second to Day Btnr seo that it is honored in bank mikos Thc lilinuf nniirlil Imtonvni- - li it oinr cnrrlnil SOtll jiiss wuiinniH if am of Lady Pulsifer solely becnuso ho was virtually loft at Imo Kluc Ban ride Puzzle havoc of war had left Mnjor Thomas but was 122 pouiuls whilo Domino won such I Lady Iimyar damof Craft andlrOtiMgo in his four Years previous events as the Hyde Park stakes with 123 funster and KuUUe Queen Ban who tno post As n one piece of property - starts ltd was unbeaten and ho was only hvlllmvur Keicction ltoaho and his brother Hon Charles 13 pounds up tho great trial stakes with beat Miss Woodford Last Ban half sister to Capt Browri by form vyhpn Imp King Dan PliMnuiu u lirk rl tod iitrlfii of tlin Kiivpffrn or iiuuiiua n tYunnunn mwi mntrmi common ICamadaiu Uochello Jtevo d Or defeated in his a biiw iWMiivv Kentucky court had owned a good race stakes both ui Mi pounds up while Mven a jcencnt uuuie itosary atono out of condition Rtid nt that ho won jjimiHureen tuam ot ureenwieh Vr lmH with I mn thn holder of tho hvo lur oner roc- - such races that Reason as tho merchants i AuHtraHan 1111 fTtekUre by imp Ambassador Hegira who in tho great futurity i V J Uilttlll mn i iff joh ii tno ioosi iwo niuo recordi pounds to victory ordl or utmyar beaten u neaci in it and turf Blakes In which event ho heat Taubcrtjme um 01 trawcFrMk7k icars neid MHcVm VtUU aad JWrtabyttit icir lovo A milqs in 207 the record to that date all tho besthprsea then on the twrf UU leaving homo ho had bred her to Bio oroat race horse Lexington and when Starter rettingill Slmrock Tho Hcroino performances arc thua reviewed to glvfc LtilH S dapi 8 TItlIr m p 3 5 il itno lounui a iii om enoun TaT vuiJr vs Violator in lino stijko winner in 18ba inu iiuuuc u wen or just wuai son ot x irin ttaIu u ifKi uny 1 ai returned a VTfrffl rS Wct Side Whirbau War Reel dam of horse ijed Domino and those who are Msoam TOi itap muo oriat JalMVj June race The part interest ho owned in nam ia 3 Brother Han Gunner Hlmlex Lelov acquainted with racing in Himyars turf ilo 411 lv constituted Maior Thomas then JJadaia Iy Alum Mi LlxgUft and Queen I3an and White uaysiay mat wnen pi condition IvSt Alo earthly possessions Ho cutored tho wy imp smmimiymmi v V jjjlbuve wloranadead best with Los Angeles uniiM agio ami 111s porior V Domino mU Hly in a stake worth about 2000 run Kl Hhi Key MNi CirjrvUMir of gotHW ays towards holt 25 hitho Latoula Derby of 18HH Itl utUlie old Woouiawn course at jxiuh 1 rUJni nalrer 1 VI i fciiHimtnif uo ot tiiirtvSix noieo t irkKEQmiwi 5waP rfm f Mtti rliTTlBaWiV ilii Uloiluid she proved thy winner of tho rrcmoiiV a f r- t M sv snows tHt tnev tiRveMWRmJ u i a ICtffijylng the now great breeder n new U Vf Jnhunsnntrii mmI a vraccs pf ii VMlwatipir 53i ff VMi Ti vj r rrcncii vfK tfv in rVAHfe aud Inyinir the foundation liunover I mi rii1 til rmt fidrlune ind prosperity Cataruet mrw mmi V JieiKUl1- a beramo Jho The Iwr I ri ucinnati Coiiiineroiiil Gnzette financial latter met with m ym iWl rar - and tin wnrd of a million dollars will bo the totals of tho turf earnings of horses hailing from this lttnomas establishment fig- - reverses vftf3 t M llTG fires all tho moro W i n remarkable when the minted num- iber of colts sent unit annually from tins place is taken into consideration Guided by this it I two-year-o- ld 4UK Mvrsi 7tPt J yys1 Â¬ v Â¬ mfmmmm tftSMfSerSStmmmfflxaz l r r - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I wiw Â¬ ssaMHSE Â¬ r rrxi nny distance as at n I15 beat what was considered thd best cup horso in tho west two miles and at that ran 111 111 single handed In appearance Himyar Is very bloodlike his conforma- Â¬ tion being of tho highest his wonderful wiu8tiinep anil power through tho depth oi thcRirt nuu his immense siuio hhu r second thigh being so evenly balanced with his other makeup produces in him a superb fineness which in a lew well formed horso would result in that cohw ncss so noticeable in some of tho trotting stallions of tho day His breeding coiir formation aud performances combined being eo exceptional was tho reason Maj Thomas did not buy a stallion upon tho death of Imp King Ban Ho believed ho had a greater horso than ho could purchase in Himyar Domino is tho re- Â¬ sult and today his siro commands a stud feo of 500 moro than was ever paid with but three exceptions for tho ser- - i vices of an American race horse t Himyars companions in tho stud In the brood mnro classification nro worthy of the services of their famous horso as shown below tho first time tho imireH now at the homo of Domino liavo appeared in public print v itHH vnK JKU Ii m 1 a b KMnA SEiml J ytf AiWttl vl 1 S 71 i MfJSWPl m I 1 f C - I two-yonr-ol- iWf1 1 -- Â¬ itl Â¬ j 1 I j Â¬ 1 it lfT H t r - Â¬ Â¬ mm Â¬ Â¬ 11 Â¬ Â¬ thrcc-ycar-ol- v - -- - I k four-year-ol- d lt flvQ-yenr-o- ld J 1 -- - j m 1 -- i4 i m - r A m Itelr vlli HmmmwI mWWWl I nv mmm J Hl - - riu M LW yr WWirSW mSvAai mu r- -- rr llV- - ij fc i5i K if i AVI- TiT w r 4 0 ij d jfl o f - Jb aw- - c W i f - SC - y 1 M Haael Green Herald bOOFXft UlffilES SUHPASSED Vhero Is But One and It Comos From with attractiveness worth moro than anything ono can trophies of Eurfpttin travel The cur black with disastor havo In a jowelod enskot Was not tains aro from Uroign looms Tho rugs Burmah 1 t ftAX0KXK t XY Mhat tho world most needs is tho Solomon right when ho said Wisdom aro from Damascus of Cairo Tho sofas consolatory and horo It comes our holy Is better than rubies aro stuffed with case and quiotude Ilut Onrt ClirUt and lln Cornea From religion with both hands full of ano Tlioro is also something in tlfe deep Tho rocking clairs roll backward and SICILYS PEASANTRY lira ten -- Tho DltTitronco Ilotween Ttoora dynes and sedatives and balsams carminf of tho ruby that suggests tho forward on luliabyB Tho pillows are I illl or IUiIiIch unit No Jtolljclon and Oqs as in Daniels tlmo to stop mouths leo- sacrlllco on which our whole system of oxquisitoly oinbroiderod All tho ap- X letf ftftmomllcetl by UrlicAhilag unit AVI til UoIIkIoji and No llublet nine ns in Slmdrachs tlmo to cool roligion deponds While tho emerald polntmont of tao room are a pororationlAl CrlmM of All Klmltt blast furnaces as in Ezekiels time to suggests tho meadows and tho sap- to a successfill commercial or profes Sig Taalo has written for the Lpgu Urooklyn tabernacle Sunday consolo captivity as in St Johns tlmo phire tho skies and tho opal tho soa sional life f Intho vm iiuuu mi nrbiuio on Sicilian labor But tho man has no roligion novcr unions Up ascribes tho deplorable afternoon Rev Dr Talmago preached to unroll tho apocalypse over rocky des- tho ruby suggests tho blood of sacrifice to a crowded audienco that filled tho olations Hear its booth ing voico ns it Tho most emphatic and startling of all has had and novor professed to have Mate of affairs on tho lslunds to two Weeping may endure for a colors hath tho ruby Solomon tho There is not a Ribo or one religious usea tho unions or fusel dol lavora great building to overflowing tho sub declares author of my text know all about tho book in the room Tho despairing man tori and brigandage Tho latter ho ject of his sermon bolng Rubies Sur night but joy comoth In tho morning Tho mountains shall depart and tho sacrlfico of lamb and dovo on tho altars feels that his earthly career Is ended passed and tho text Proverbs vlll aVH la groatly fostered bv tho fuot hills be removed but My loving kind- of tho temple and ho know tho mean and nothing opens beyond Whore he that thdro aro largo districts without 11 Wisdom is bettor than Rubies ing of sacrificial blood and what other will land stepping off from this lifo is a Ydu havo all Been tho precious stono ness shall not depart from jou Jfoads The laborers aro tmndtieiirixl nd Hvc like beasts ignorant of their commonly called tho ruby It Is of Whom tho Lord loveth ho chaston precious stone could ho so well use to mystery or whether ho will land at all Thoy shall hunger no more symbolize it as tho ruby Red in for it may be annihilation lie has no troclal duties and of tho law Tho deep rod color Tho Ulblo makes much oth red as tho blood prayer to offer and ho does not know of It It glowed in tho first row of the neither tldrst any more nolthor shall tensoly red riches of the island are absorbod by i No hopo of mooting tho large proprietors and bankers high priests brenstplutc Under an tho sun light on thorn nor any heat of tho grcatost martyr of all how to pray other name it stood iu the wall of for tho Lamb who is in tho midst of tho time Jesus of tho centuries Drivo again iu another stato of oxistence Ho Thnsignors livo in Palermo and lot ileaven leremlah compares tho rud- throne shall lead thorn to living foun- tlto story of the crucifixion out of is through with this life and is sure of their lands to tho imbellotti who dy cheek of tho Naaarltes to tho ruby tains of water and God shall wipe the Riblo and tho doctrine of the no other Tho ruby on tho mantel and IctJXhcm to sub gabollotti who relot all tears from their Tho tho ruby tho wasted finger of tho tiicin to peasants tho contract system KoUlcl points it out in tho robes of tho away wholesome thing on eyes Is trou- atonement out of our religion and departing onono say earth thoro would bo nothing of Christianity king of Tyre Kour times docs Solo- most nothing of the ranenabling them to oppress tho latter mon soming blood which they so mightily two it as a symbol by which to ex- Â¬ ble if mot in Christian spirit Tomako loft for our worship or our admiration Tho peasant tills tho land entirely at Paul what ho his own expense kcops a fourth tol wisdom or religion always setting and whipping was it took shipwreck Why should it bo hard to adopt tho typify So far as giving Bolace or illuon tho bare back and Riblo tlioory that our redemption was mination to a despairing spirit thoy its value as better than rubies of tho produco and surrenders Midnight or utter What great aro a dead failure The world does not agree as to how penitentiary and pursuit of wild mobs purchased by blood the roraaindcr to tho landlord To bridge ever sprung its arches what helplessness drops on all tho scone Tho and tho sword of decapitation the precious stones were formed The laborers wages avorago flvo cen David what ho was over towors what Another times an hour and aro almost always nucieuts thought that amber was urndo make Ahlthophol and Saul it took all templesover reared Its independence ion and room of mortal oxlt Roligand Absa nation no rubies achieved its Sho never had of drops of perspiration of the goddess that h paid in Inferior broad and wine When l Go The thundor stone was supposed lom and Goliath and nil the lhilis what mighty good was ever dono with- money enough to buy ono of these thoy aro out of work thoy borrow eom It out sacrifice of lifo Tho great wonder exquisites Sometimes sho stopped at of the landlord who charges twenty to have dropped from a storm cloud tine hosts could do against Him The emerald was said to havo been took Robert Chambers malformation of tho world tho bridge that unites a jewelers show window and saw a six por cent for six months Crime of made of the fire fly Tho lapis lazu li of feet to inako him tho literary con- theso two cities cost the life of the first row of thorn incarnadining in tho vol u sorts results GlasIt was bereavement that vet Sho had keen taste enough to ap Tho penal statistics of Sicily aro tho was thought to have been born of tho queror William Haworthe of Wesleys architect Ask the shipyards of gow and New York how many carpen- preciate those gems but she ncvor cry of an Indian giant And modern brought vont in Italy Tho oxtroino vergo of from wickedness to ovangelism went down under accidents Sho say labor tyranny has been reached In tho mineralogistsmade ofthat tho precious tlmo won many thousands for Heaven terssteamer was launched ask thobefore owned ono of thembecause was not jealgases and liquids that three ous or unhappy the stones wore others had cuwi of tho carusi or mine hoys under To mo the ruby seems liko a spark from Tho world would novor have knowu great transcontinental railroads how rubies while sho had none Hut she twelve yours of ago who carry sulphur heroio stuff Ridley was hud a many thoir construction were sun and that was the out of tho pit climbing steep narrow the anvil of the settinggenuine ruby is whatnot tho fires been kindled made of under incrumbling embankmentsburied grace richer treasurehad comforted her or had of God that around The home of the gangways more than thrco hundred Rutinah and HO miles liking the way its feet high Tho pieconiori who extract where lives and reigns from rulercapital his feet and notI cun nottheir slow crushed under timbers or destroyed by along temptations amid bereavements burn let tho powder blast Lord wtyk he cried and tho and persecutions tflio sulphur engage tho boys by ad of tin Rubies Under a careful gov- the lire come to me I can not burn Tabulate the statistics of howinany and sickness and privations and trials vanning to their parents Hour or corn gems been martyrs to tho Now sho mothers Thank iod those going worth fifty francs So long as tho pnr ernmental guard aro Rarely valuable unfold their that there are under that cradle of have children Tell us how of all sorts Tho room isIs bright out of life best glories the sick has any mines of ruby kept cnts aro in debt tho boys remain slaves foreigner visited them Wlum a ruby lamplight That God for tho Ruby many men saerilied nerve and muscle not with pictures of statues not their masters being able even to kill of largo value was discovered it was Moreover am sure that Solomon and brain and life in the effort to sup- with upholstery not with any of tho them without risk Recently ono bov brought fm th with elaborate ceremony was right in saying that religion or port their households Toll us how gems of mountain or sea but there is a 2 was killed by eight strokes of a pick a procession was formed and with all wisdom is better than rubies from tho many men iu ICngland in France in strange and vivid glow in tho room aim nnoinor oy a uieic in tiie stomach bannered xomp military guard and fact that a thing is worth whut it will Germany in ltuly in the United States not of chandelier or The officials iravo their deaths as princely attendants the gem was fetch Religion will fetch solid happi- havo died for their country Vicarious noonday sun but somothinrstar ouo that 9HBB9 rim In mittinil nnniiris llm lintc nvn brought to the kings palace ness and the ruby will not In all suffering is as old as the world but shines all of them It must bo t pitlo sickly stooping and rlokctty nnd Of great value is tho ruby much your you over hud a the most thrilling the most startling presence of supernaturals From he thoy suffor continually from fatigue more so than diamond as lapidaries personobservation did thoroughly felicitated by an on tho most stupendous sacrifice of all illumined face I think she must hear Their bucks are scored with old and jewelers will tell you An export crustment of jowels As you know time and eternity was on a bluff back sweet voices Yea sho does hear sweet wounds Thoy work twelve hours a on this subject writes A ruby of more of yourself than anyone olse are of Jerusalem when one Reing took voices voices of departed kindred day sleep in tho mnos and feed on perfect color weighing five carats is you happier now with worldly adorn upon himself tho sins the agonies the voices apostolic and prophetic and cvan- bread and onions They can obtain worth at tho present day 10 times as monts and successes than boforo you perdition of a great multitude that no gelie but all of them overpowered b water only by a long walk Military much as a diamond of equal weight won them Does the plcturo that cost man can number between 12 oclock of the voico of Christ saying Come statistics provo that consorlpts who It was a disaster when Charles the you hundreds of thousands of dollars a darkened noon and S oclock in tlie blessed of my Father inherit tho ki kV4 Tiavo boon carusi aro incapablo of Hold lost tho ruby he was wearing at on your wall bring you as much satis- afternoon purchasing tho ransom of dom From her illumined fac isorvlco owing to slckuoss and defects tho Wattle of Grandson It was a great faction as the engraving that at the ex ruined world Dive in all tho seas think she must hear rapturous m physique alUuenco when Kudolph tho Second of pense of 5 was hung upon tho wall explore all the mines crowbar nil the now soft as solos now thundero Hrigandago is tho direct result of all Austria inherited a ruby from his sis when you first began to keep hotiho mountains view all tho crowned jewels orchestras now a saintly voice a this tho pcoplo having reached tho tor tho Queen Dowager It was Do all the cutlery and rare plato of all tho omperors and find me anjr and now the hundred and fortr limit of endurance Those most lion- - ihought to have had much to do with that glitter on your extension dining gem that can so overwhelmingly syin four thousand in concert L rom tstly inclined havo taken refuge in tho tho victory of Henry tho Fifth as ho tablo surrouudod by llattcriug guests bolizo tho martyrdom as the ruby illumined faco I think sho must br NtewuWomouhavo become tho soul of wore it into the iattle of Agincourt contain more of real bliss tran tho Mark you there aro many gems th redolence t tno movement uno nunurou aim thirty It is the pride of tho Russian court to plain ware of your first tablo at which are somewhat liko tho ruby So is tho PLOVER SHOOTING unions exist in Sicily with a total own tho largest ruby of all tlto world sat only two Does a wardrobe crowded cornelian so is tho garnet so is the membership of thrco hundred thou presented by Gustavtts the Third to the with costly attire givo you more satis spinel so is the balas so tho gems The Spnrt uk Practiced on the California 1lninn Where Hints Aro Ilonty sand Tho unions are strongest in Russian em press Wondrous ruby It faction than your first clothes closet brought from among tho gravels of falormo The character of tho unions has electric characteristics and there with its four or flvo pogn Did not Ceylon and New South Wales but beIf the sportsmans dream of paradise l a spot where tho plover abounds in rl has changed since thoy wore founded arc lightnings compressed in its double tlto plain ring set on the third finger there is only one genuino ruby and tho mombors are disciples six sided prisms What shall call it of your loft hand on the day of your that comos from the mine of Rurmnh such numbers as tocover tho meadows Now all bottoms sis thirlclv hnhJ of Marx Tho most ignorant perhaps It is frozen fire It is petrified blood betrothal give more gladness than tho And there is only one Christ and Ho and river vlftl Hflrtn u 111 tun uiicniui 1111 Atkk ouurry trees niu never heard of Marx but they aim at In all the world there taottly one tiling ruby that is now enthroned on the comes from Heaven One Redeemer uuik an equal distribution of houses and more valuable and my text makes tho third linger of your right hand If in one Ransom one Son of God only ono in Juno if it bo a land whore tho sharg skeap skeap of tho commonly wary laud Hitch union possesses a pass comparison Wisdom is better than tills journey of life vo havo learued any- Name given tinder Heaven among men and method of communication rubies thou- bird is scomingly a plaintiff appeal to word Ten thing wo have learned that this world by which wo can bo saved enabling it to distribute messages Rut it is Impossible to compare two neither with its emoluments nor gains sand times ten thousand bountiful imi the gunner to shoot in his direction if swiftly Each lias its own polico who things together unless there are some can satisfy the soul Why hero come tations of that ruby but only one ruby such bo the longed for drcamed of inform tho members of all tho doings points of similarity asAveil as of differ as many witnesses as I wish to call to Christ had no descendant Christ had land of pure delight then lot tho aforeof tho government polico A system ence 1 am glad there is nothing lacking the stand to testify that before high no counterpart In tho if ted up gran- said sportsman hie himself to tho of mutual insuranco and sick relief ex- here The ruby is more beautiful in Heaven and the world in companion deur and glory and love and sympa plains of ICcru and Tulare in tho Whito ists Tho fasci havo established schools tlto night and under tho lamplight ship with Jesus Christ and a good hope thy of His character He is tho Incom- river district where tho great walls of Tho Only the Sierras shut in ono of the most de fov children and adults wherein the than by day It is preferred for ovon of Heaven they feel a joy that all tho parable the Inllnito One rights Ing adornment vii lit n nf monnv tho duties and How the rubies glow resources of their vocabulary fail to Wise God our Saviour Let all hearts lightfully beautiful spots on all Gods This belt of flat land f of soclal- - and burn and flash as the lights lift express Sometimes it evidences itsolf all homes all times all eternities bow green earth xif xvirkmon and tho theories lying lMkftr that had blackened tho stono And now I ask you as fair minded men Th nrnsflns ot these rubies ImnllM The pictures oh IJcnce it was called The and womon accustomed to make com- opulonco of all Jind walla White House Most of tho things parisons is not such a joy as that the walls aro thir looms or the flro Â¬ now whito onco Â¬ woro Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ jM y Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1V Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ I 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 pi H Â¬ Â¬ m 1 W 1 41 11 - - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ LS Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ churwhVoing hating tho priests as tyrants This movement so far is non political aiming ouly to securo decont means of livelihood and freedom from tyranny N Y Sun of Riivo Color The color of tho skin in tho various races of man has novor as yot been scientifically accounted for although numerous mythological stories havo been told and sonsolcss theories ad Â¬ vanced as reasons for tho remarkable variations in hue Nor have wo any certain data concerning the color of tho outlclo of tho primeval man tho A protty original Mlord of creation African legond is that ho wus as black as tho proverbial aco of spades and thai tho prosont palo color of tho Cau Â¬ casian race is tho rosult of tho scaro God ffvQ Adam at tho tlmo of tho fall It I proper to stato hero that the Mime Jegend sfty8 tlmt tho present black race aro descendants of ono of Adams sons that was born nnd left klem before tho groat chango iu color 5Hvetoolc our first parents Tho Chi pfcrto believe that tho original man was v erofcturo half God and half man and that his color oamo about as a rosult oi bathing in a river of liquid gold Th Mussulmans tho American In diant and several oriental tribes and nation account for their prevailing or eonner color by tolling the story of J H preMlfRelnf ereatlnjf the first tHtiiTron rei Kaoun vue wiiimw nro- LtiRentlN aro taught ism und collectivism Many v mombors havo abandoned V rd ly m Wii jivjvfc m vjf at t jiiiuea pioof that ijeago OfficiHl rl tw a roan on vne KtreM alter one ttrwpAegleoteu to qiuKtion him tan lycvuut I fMlQwedhim enor a houw and J5t min- huaitl a livUiJttfiuaWvoiv AtnU llkmHH hr reitfnW at Wellington fttk-at-IkxciTO the darkness Catherine of Arngon had on her linger a ruby that fairly lanterned the night Sir John Mande rillo tho celebrated traveler of 400 years ago said that the emperor of China had a ruby that umdo the night as bright ns the day Tho probability is that Solomon under some of tho lamps that illuminated his cedar pal Â¬ ace by night noticed tho peculiar glow of tho ruby as it looked in tho hilt of a sword or hung in some fold of tho upholstery or beautified the lip of somo chalice while he wus thinking at tho same time of tho excellency of our holy religion as chiefly seen in the night Wisdom of trouble and ho crios out Is better tlmu rubles Ohyos it is a good thing to have ro ligion while ho sun of prosperity rides high and everything is brilliant In for- Â¬ tune in health In worldly favor Yet you can at such tlmo hardly tell how much of it is natural exuberance and how ipuoh of it is tho graco of God Rut let tho sun set and tho shadows avalanche tho plain and tho thick darkness of sickness or povorty or persecution or mental exhaustion fill tho soul and fill tho house and fill tho world then you sit down by tho lamp of Gods Word and under Its light tho consolations of tho Gospel coiuo out the peaco of God which passe tit all You never understanding appears fully appreciated their powor until in tlto deep night of trouble tho Di vino Lamp revealed their equlslto ness Pearls and amethysts for the day but rubies for tho night All of tho books of the Rlhle attempt in some way the awuagomont of misfortune Of the 150 psalms of David at loast 00 allude to troubles There aro sighings njrrery windj and tears in every bro6k aiOTptjje lnovory heart It was orlg npfy fTgfc6i6rt to call the presidents inatyLuut rU pai worldly joy that Julius II hearing ids armies wore triumphant expired and if Talva hearing that tlto Roman senate had decreed him an honor expired and if Diony ovorcomo of sius and Sophocles joy expired and if a shipwrecked purser waiting on tho coast of Guinea in want and starvation at tho sight of a vessel bringing relief foil dead from shock of delight is it anysur paiso to you that tho joys of pardon and Ileavon rolling over tho soul should sometimes bo almost too much for tho Christian to ouduro and De live An aged aunt said to mo Witt three times I havo fainted dead away tinder tho great Christian joy It was in all three cases at tho Holy An eminent Christian Communion man while in prayer said Stop Lord I can not boar any more of this glad Â¬ ness it is too much for mortal With Â¬ Wo have hoard hold Withhold of poor workmen or workwomen getting a letter suddenly tolling thorn that a fortuno had been left them and how thoy woro almost be Â¬ side themsolvcs with glee takiug tho first ship to claim the estate But oh what It is to wako up out of tho stupor of a sinful life and through parÂ¬ doning graco find that all our earthly existence will be divinely managed for our best welfare and that then all llcavou will roll in upon tho sbuL Compared with that A spring morning Is stupid and an August sunset Is inane and an aurora has no pillar splendor and a diamond has no fla and a pearl no light and a beryl 1 no aquamarine and a ruby no rue MY tfnvuous 4ioru juy giori l jviyv precious Clirlsi Roll in ejaculations of hosannas sometimes A in doxology sometimes in tears converted native of India in a lottor said How I long for my bed not that I Ho awalco I may sleep often and long but to hold swoot communion with my God If so mighty is jMuew Let His banner bo lifted in all our souls In olden times Scotland was dis Â¬ turbed by freebooters and pirates To rid tho seas and ports of these des- Â¬ peradoes tho hero Win Wallace fitted out a merchant vessel but fillod It with armed men and put out to soa The pirates with their flag inscribed of a dentils head thinking the would get an easy prize bore down upon tho Scottisli merchantman when tho armed men of Wallace boarded tho craft of pirato and put them in chains and then sailed for port under tho Scotch flag flying And so our souls assailed of Bin and death and hell through Christ aro rescued and the black flag of sin is torn down and tho striped flag of tho Cross is hoisted Rlossed ho God for any sign for any signal for any precious stono that brings to mind tho prlco paid for such a rescue 1 like tho coral for it scorns tho solid- Â¬ ified foam of broakers and I like tho jasper for it gathers sorontoen colors into its bosom nnd I liko tho jet for it compresses tho shadows of many midnights and I liko tho chrysopraso because its purple is illuminated with a small heaven of stars and I liko tho chrysolite for its waves f color which seem on flro But this morning noth- Â¬ ing so impresses mo aa tho ruby for it Tho depicts it typifies it suggests blood of Josus Christ that eloansoth Wijhout tho shedding from all sin of blood there is na remission Yea Solomon was rlghfwhon in my text ho said Wisdom is batter than rubies To bring oar a contrast that will il- Â¬ lustrate my text I put beforo you two last earthly scenes The ono Is in a room with rubies but no religion and tho other in tt rponi with roligion but no rubles iouonier tho hrst room worldly man is where an afiiuest There is a rubv about to quit this 11 pu the maniei p Ijbly among the in the head ses There s aj Oa the wife of uef there is a ruby tni low beforo Him wwvui u wuau uiaursr1 o souen ana moisten th and bring tho insects and worms to uegin in the so called upper San Joa- Â¬ quin valley rich in its feeding grounds for these dainty birds is indeed a hap py hunting ground Tho modest descendant of the less aristocratic branch of tho Gallinago family tho plover which is found more or less extensively throughout the whole continent insisting only on feeding grounds where there is an abundance of worms and insects is to bo found on those plains in almost greater profusion thiiD anywhere olse in tho country No matter how great tho slaughter tho numbers do not grow perceptibly less during the soason This all sounds fabulous no doubt to tho woary gun new who has spent a tedious day in gathering a bag of a paltry dozon pr so of birds but it is novortheless a fact Many a muleteer keops tho fam- Â¬ ily tablo supplied with moat by snap- Â¬ ping tho heads from theso birds as they follow close to his plow in onost of worms nnd insects The common plover is so universally well known by huntors that It needs no extonslvo description Its plumage is s brown color which blonds well wit the moist sand earth and which und ordinary circumstances makes it qu difllcult to discover by tho unacc tomed hunter Indeed ovon horo not used to tho peculiarities of V bird may cross a flold lltorally filled with thom and still bo unaware of thoir prcsonco until ho unconsciously nusnes a oanu or tltom and ho so them In the air wringing thoir pec utgni 10 some otnor part of tho whore the sottle down with n hop and are again lost to his Ign Tho plover betrin to arriv nnn wlntor fcodlng grounds about thofjii Â¬ fenale re surface Lna AncrAlaa TlmAD The management of the Auk prisons for woi nis m the hiii ta pay rrtjMl -- A0 -- 4v riHHi -- VKShXF T7 V f JL T T 4 -- ItlrWifcua Si Lf KfAtfm1111 mmwMimmmwMimBX3 m iKJrta rlJmL hi Jr7H gWSLv n- w H --L j i j 54 mi ii if M -- JfpPF Jff GelMr t CiMtI to Are THE SIZE OF A BILLION For generations it has been the ens row the MldwkMer JTlr Y llave Any Ailequmto Conception ef If o read tills Rico Wii flics To hlpint of rict torn to mix tho batter for buckwheat IVhnt h lUUloa Is On account ef tins Midwinter FairlMW boiled Boll and imiHlicit flH0 cakes with yeast or emptyings re tab Tho sheets of paper on which the being held at San Francisco tbe Bif Four tablcspoonf ill of btittcilt It to cool hns placed la effect vkrt low kxtm and just before baking Ine egg and mg a portion of tho batter left ovei Times is printed if laid out flat and Routeau ioints on Its great system of rail firmly pressed together as in a well from x knti VtMHnlanA T AM AnnallUl UAei Mj tiwla half a pint of Hour nmlliut of now from one morning to raise the cakes bound book would represent a moasuro i DIogo and otlior prlnclpal points in Califor milk or better still la pint of foi tU frAturing day woruiwest ana nouin crunnruml the mimo oV Uoston If kept too warm or not used prompt- of about one three hundred and thirty nia and tiio west tickets via either of its third of an inch in thickness Let us west and will sell lhulgeU ly tliis batter becomes excessively sour gateways St Louts Chicago or sco how a dense pilo formed by a three with return limit until April 80th uggtta ciio of and objectionable Buckwheat cakes billion high theso thin papor loaves ProuiASolid vestibulod trains run dally to Cake itliout 1W4 of sour milk one linlf cup iortcning raised by this means are more often would reach Wo must In imagination each of these cities with olegant sleeping two and n half cups oVotj flour sour or heavy than light and sweet If pilo them vertically upward by de Â¬ cars private compartment bullet sleeping two tliirtls teaspoon of Bljnc 0 eaten daily they distress tho stomach grees reaching tho height of our tallest carsa parlor cars and dlnintr ears and affording choice ot routes from Cleveland Ginsalt Flavor wltli vnnilliimon to and cause skin eruptions and itching Bplres and passing theso tho pilo must cinnnti ColumbUB Bprlnttflold Dayton In tun to When fruit is iiBea nttlo j Insteml of the old fashioned way wo Ml grow hlKher topplr y offi more Hour Without frmmiccg a have UCUt ptimn m vtw linn MMflnlt tiiMdAno trAltirp rt raufntnsla tVita been making buckwheat cakes till JUIIIC UIIU II1U iliy good layer cake Ohio ln this winter with Royal Unking Powder liimalavas and bhootincr up thence winter Bhould by all means consult the Salad Maeedolne Wllu iavQ mixing the batter fresh daily and find through tho fleecy clouds pass beyond nearest rcprcseutativo of tho Big Four othor a variety of vegetablcH cniK f reBif the result wonderfully satisfactory tho confine of our attenuated atmos Route for rates and allWest informatioa pertaining to tho Great take n little of each home I beans They are uniformly light and Bweet plioro and leap up into tho blue ether B D Mamtin G P and T A home poin some aspnra4pS a more palatable and wholesome and with which the universe is filled stand Â¬ E O McCoiiMitK Pass 1rafuc Mangr Cincinnati O boiled carrot and a couple cl p0 can be eaten continuously without th ing proudly up far beyond the recall of thlH you add i root slightest digestive inconvenience tiitoes If to Be Â¬ all terrestrial things still pile on your Thk Dkjkotcd Onk Jack I dont know boiled in salted water an jnto sides they are mixed and baked in a thousands and millions of thin leaves what to do Hero aro a lot of bills and I wheels you have a pretty koine moment requiring no time to rise for we aro only beginning to rear the havent cot a cent Cant you suggest some ralsothowindt salad which yon arrange Mui Following is the receipt used mighty mass Add millions on millions way to do J Princeton Jack How would a draft Tiger on these and thousands of miles on piacc on ico iwo uuui uutving Two cups of pure buckwheat flour Iloston uiooe not prepared or mixed one cup of these and still tho number will lack Early Corn Over One Foot Yeag K uoiuigo iuiuiiuk n sour wheat flour two tablespoons of Royal its due amount Snlzor illustrates in a colored pi ato a Let us pause to look at the neat new early corn a giant of its kind and one half pint sugar onc qualnni Baking Powder and one half teaspoon- Â¬ two eggs one half jijCj ful cf salt all sifted well together plowed edges of tho book before us offers J00 in gold for the largest ear in butter two tcaspoonfuls cream tiiono Mix with milk Into a thin batter and Sco how closely Ho those thin flakes of 1801 In addition to this early Giant teaspoon ful soda Ihike one tur bake at once on a hot griddle Once paper how many there aro In the mere corn which yielded in 1893 110 bushels Sauce One teaspoonful floilmc properly tested from this receipt no width of a span and then turn our eyes per acre ho has over twenty otlior pro- Â¬ teacup of water two tcnls other buckwheat ill find its way to in imagination upward to our mighty lific field corns ITo has tho best fodder column of accumulated sheets It now corn in tho world Hoistholargcstgrow suirar one teaspoonful butUjr your table Domestic Cookery contains its appointed number and our er of farm seeds oats barloy wheat IIIIUMIIIU IIUIK IUIIIIH tlllS ill quadrillion of sheets of the Times su Â¬ millet potatoes etc in America Fifty IN THE ROCKIES Itoil a few minutes When cc a scan perimposed upon each other and pressed kinds of grasses and clovors little nutmeg or other Modern Ilormltn or tlio now lit Their into a compact mass has reached an al Â¬ If you Farm Field and Fireside Lonely mint will cut this out and send it DemldofElj Portuguese and Up Up Up hi the region of cloud titude of 47JM8 miles Those who havo with 15c to tho John A Salter Seed Co potatoes stewed mushrooms anh land and eternal snow these hermits taken tho trouble to follow me thus La Crosse Wis you will rccoivo a raw tomatoes drehscd with of modern days have their solitary far will I think agree with mo that largo package of abovo Giant corn and and a dash of shei haunts Desolation and dreariness one million is a fearful thing and that his mammoth catalogue and pepper k As no vineirnr make you a Fort reign supreme all around their huts few can appreciate Its real value miluri For a salad a hi demidc The outtddo world is a blank to them for quadrillions and trillions they areÂ¬ First Biun Then both norr Schulzo simply words incro words wholly In and Herr Lehmann had miulo her an offer into voiir salad howl first rubl They arc in the world but not of it with olive oil ulM Where do thev live In the milchcs capable of adquately impressing them- of marriage which wan tho lucky man all over inside Second Ditto Herr Bchulso Hcrr Leh Obcrlaudor Bote layers of cold boiled potatoes unC oi ihii Rociy fountains And who are selves on human intellect London inauu married her thCy Well thev are not lean and sal Times lies finishing wiunno iiuum ji Ilamombcr 3fs onionov anchorites ow of tiny wli who wear hair shirts O Mvru Wrxmux Hoimks said a few 11151 jii1 Central That 1tntiiLr1ititt ttfli rlfli gl olives mil li t bllWlllOUlt J H1CII iituvit davs atro concerning Hawthornes qualifiedtho Wisconsin of all it has tlio un IIIIVI lltUkllUll endorsement tho ver the CTliiRknown diflidencc It was always most popular lino between Chicagobeing Mil rL courinjr Thev know and Imifitifinc lnnr lifin tf1 c n wl Trrritl nf an adventure whether one would suc- waukee and St Paul Minneapolis and tho ting VfcVV tll ttlV2so lh WVi These modern ceed in enticing Hawthorne into any Northwest it is recognized as tho Pullman ad sho indeed Line between Chicago and Milwaukee and its are jolly two hundred pound thing like communicativo intercourse Ashland Duluth and Lake Superior points rs of lusty build and great sound- - lie went his solitary way through life That tho Wisconsin Central touches tho laughter waiting for springs like a whale through the crowds of most prominent points in Wisconsin hav-Â¬ moro business centers th to free them that they may lesser fishes in the sea You might ingand from tho Northwest than any railway to Â¬ ct all the reffion around for stand in your boat and hnrl your harThat its dluiiig car scrvico is unsurpassed yellow gold and white silver poon at him as he passed it was hit or by any other line and that its representa Â¬ millionaire lias watched for miss If you succeeded in bringing him tives will cheerfully furnish any informa- Â¬ ll through all the long vigil to he was genial enough company for tion that may ho desired For full detuils regarding Rates Routes n inese expoeu uiuus awhile in his abstracted Olympian way Folders Maps etc address your nearest rigii aiiunugii long- lias If you missed him you would hardly ticket aecnt or J as C Pond Gon Pass Agont uowii y b yuu waiuii im- - have another chance for a year Mllwaukeo Wis rjMUticii in one or tness A Wisconsin man got a divorce be Â¬ lid Japuary night with What a sovoro cold your land Â¬ Bkioos V snow outsido and cold cause his wife kept a servant girl who lady 1ms Griggs Yes Sho sat in my spit on the frying pan to see if it was room lor au hour yesterday N Y Her Â¬ lpy aero ald wrhid whistles and hot enough to fry Ugly Tcmirr iantpincs But Sunday is like a stilo between the kcozy tho storm fields of toil where we can kneel and Ai o n product of bad digestion Your dys Â¬ almost to the com- - pray or sit and meditate Longfellow peptic isto renow invariablya cross natch Â¬ Tlio way cheerfulness of disposiv blazing tthe tion and un equablo tempor soured by indi Â¬ to sometimes found in th A soiictt Hon sir ruddy gestion is to tako a courso of Hoatettors skin of an ass Walvcston Nowb Stomach Bitters which not only hanlBhcs dyspepsia but also roliovcs biliousness con- Â¬ jQWter Sosin men are visionary and some ro stipation chills and fovor rheumatism and i is an plsionary Young Jloah lira kidney trouble Uso it with porslstcnco HOME HINTS A HELPS Koj al BuckwhwiU rn ii iii i - lu mmmmmmtdmmm jn iri i hiii Â¬ out any ebllcatloa made by their linn Weal ic Tnmx Vholceale Drowfietv T ledo O Wradar Klnaau M Marvha Whoteeale Dnirglsle Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken latently acting directU oa the blood and mueeM surfaces of the system Price 7Se mc bottle Bold by all Brurgirta TettUaea ink free Halls Family Pills gfte aar oaee of Calarrh thai cannot M awtm W Sails Cetarrh Cure F J Cmexky Co Prop TeMd 0 We the understated bare lnwa FX Cbeoey for the last 15 yean and Mlim nlm perfectly honorable la all fotin transitions and financially awe to i any v We er Mew TMef Om RtwAved JtatlMW THmmilm V r I U-j- Uj-nd SSSSLSSS C Jiu son ears that in this era of hotels aa boarding houses a wedding rlag Umt a much of a homo circle ae if used to be- Buffalo Courier THROW IT AWAY no which glvo only iwrUal relief PTheree seed of clutney TruMPS Wt1OTMIUIUIV losr a fiit matter of how Ions sumulnr or of what sue is romptyr nnA niriniinontlV cured without the anue and without pain Another Triumph In Conservative la tho euro i never cure at best great injury but of tea inducing and doflth AAAtf Inflict Jnilamumtion etraagulatloai il of 8urf ry L 0PILS tFuMORS diseases of tho lower bowel promptly cure knife without pain or resort to tho no matter QWflNTt In the Bladder liar DXvlNJCJitime is crushed nulverlxcd out thua avoldlnK cutting and washed teKJoK a I bav cutting Abundiint References and Pamph- Â¬ lets on above diseases scut scaled In plain en volopo 10 eta Btntnps W0Ktofl Di8pkm MxotoAii Association Buffalo STRICTURE Slsrcmovewififout UY The Greatest Hedical Discovery of the Age Â¬ KENNEDYS MEDICAL DISCOVERY DONALD KENNEDY of ROXOURY MASS Â¬ Ai V Â¬ Has discovered in one of our common pasture weeds a remedy that cures every kind of Humor from the worst Scrofula down to a common Pimple He has tried It in over eleven hundred cases and never failed except in twoasc He has now In his both thunder humor Vi I MS - rii possession over two hundred certificates of Its value all within twenty miles of Send postal card for book Boston A benefit Is always experienced from the first bottle and a perfect cure Is warranted when the right quantity Is taken When the lungs are affected it causes shooting pains like needles passfiiK through them the same with the Liver or Bowels This is caused by the ducts be-Â¬ ing stopped and alwavs disappeats In a week after taking It Read the label If the stomach Is foul or bilious It will cause squeamish feelings at first Eat No c tange of diet ever necessary the best you can get and enough of it Dose one tablespoonful In water at bedtime Sold by ail Druggists ritO 1CSO Wr letii- hut it A the takenmatc ii looks harmless Horn has oftoa a childs life Rams 3US three times a daj r-- He There goes Hatton in his now over- Â¬ coat What do you think of hlml Sho a poor mule that doesnt work both Its Washington He Is simply out of sight ways Texas Siftlnps News f Mm BT W NEW 50UTH LOVI8VILLH AXDVIAVZIVVATJt FnOM AND VIA VIA TITE 2 LAHD RATE SEEKERS EXCURSIONS TO TOE v 5- - BfaifffJU bb TIMi y L t -- wtim saya 7 Trwj v iira M i K V TSiXSt ji ipji--iniLKFrrA 1 - -- l Important IMflTuronco fcomors Boston Transcript To make it apparent to thousands who 111 i Â¬ that thoy Joitssy do you know tho ton command think themselvesdisease hut thataro not af fected with any tho syBteni Woll only hy sight mental Inter simply needs cleansing is to briuR comfort Ocean homo to their hearts as a costive condition is TltR tattoo An TnK beat reformer is a good performer ryVoung Mens Era fir artist has designs on his eus C O S W R MlddlSBUlM VA1LUV ICOITK On R 1894 AND easily cured by using Syrup of Figs Manu Â¬ factured by the California Fig Syrup Co Money isnt ovcry Hk fscntimoutnlly tiling No but it gets Sho practically iN Y lrcas everything February 8th March StUpril 9th t tr For further Information addrojs your nuorest tlckot agent or ir rrfl i l J t1- rn inMXSRs 13 yti ItAVSJ v ry un8 Horn She a virtue stubbornness a sin T B LYNOHi Qbnl passhnskr Acsnt i ac-sr- 3CjOttib-v-xxXib- r jo you t -- ui tTtitaw ftostiuilon beiievom love at firstYonk- rendering tho aWHMiiffill bio during slc mm to IneomTr A Tr m and ehvoi type it is also is unbound by Twitchinir of with the osellla hqulnting heraK imr of tne oriu rvillUntS of t noint to embarr disease of tho lu imUnutes nam r of the nostrils from tlio country at tho laco uoiiars a vrtu car liini Tnn neighbors bulldog may teach a man ol amt Itl rwuwelphla to lead a chased life Florida Times Union ft IVdasned oft with cae is Pleasant WTiolcsomo Speedy for coughs Halos Honoy of Horeliound and Tar red ob by pamiuf degree Pikes Toothache Drops Cure in ono minute T - 3k Dr IlnxaleH Certain Croup Care Bent postpaid with beautiful souvenir spooB Bend 60c to A P Hoxmik Buffalo N Y HALMS ANTI RHEUMATIC ANTI GATARRHAL CHEWING QUNL Cure nnri rrevcntfl lUiotimntlnin IndlnoUlon l DysiHiiiMn Iluartburn Catarrh na Asthnttt Useful In Miliaria sua hovors Jlonmirm tho Tcotli iiml 1romotos tho Appotlto Hwetons tlio lsrantli Cnrcit tbo Tobacco Iinlilt Kn doMod uy tho Medical Hacultjr Haua far JU U or ii rnnt pnoidino Ho con rlnced Stlvtr Stamp or Iojtal fto GEO II HALM 140 W 29th Hon York si f i r t la Is MTiden fajlMIra aBMWHii Mftwith om m mm 1 A cynio Is sugar turned to vinegar you do wliea My ac-- Young Mens Era 1 otew a Kwe at Tub irritation which induces coughing cigar won from a ledlatoly relieved by uho of lirownU MroHMal Irothu Sold only in boxes -Jian-sicuv-er SOUTHERN ine AKiicunurai Home Seekors Iiare nonu io ine uinieniiffnea tor a jsuki uoix Of la 1HU4KIMTION of the above Iloolc It tit fMil of lcjtirb uie intumution ciiircrninir tua houia lbt GUIDE uiyvui u in V istinent tkm l1 Ke Al r j is no moro than a habit it is lovo love It at least au excelleat one hen I sec Iw If industry of ttincnuntn tiATonodbr thn Illinois CViitral wnil the YiuoudMlftlKtlppI Valley llHllroMl in KonttiijW Tfiinepirteiv HlBlpilnl Ioulninna J K MIltKM a u i a jiiinoi f sBiri Jt it x Jur fi a tionicuuii wmim iffC k lfiii Vv m iw mmiK 11 HC Knur ailing uartr riiiKh i ia If or fot V and a drawn up our- - imumi may be stated tl the face is auoi futlons of tlio in diseases of th Louis Republic To m OT JACOBS OIL SBK 0 PAINS AND ACHES WIS PAH b i WMm m y Al Ihih V0 i I a whit t - rftJonner- by Old it K Ad daw v v BWUlli h i third m the Ui 4nrd in the a i -- n cuwi ih mmmAuiinm STtrmm 80 ACRi -E- icoidn Hitli left with Fine Farmini SJ PMIUm ty ICE ulty r i Clitinlng IM One for mens wife will find vi r the LAND miBcisorjiftti c nlnt of dcoiiori sulnli drachm drachin clilor eohol and a H Hml rorwMfi rnrntm K M iiw m Mllll awNwiw fMm ii in AlDH - HUH h cVedltoninf Irdultcotirt rled oiiu jLffrktt l unuernlkii- - lu nktvd and outside old piece of Men iMkrvMl 1S of nmu Aril ottin I litrht ool with and viPI IH TW tlu mi Ml i s Ll P A - - 4 foS V fcJ - - es ruDics lmpuee men Th- - m MRiM The plcturos oh Hence It was called The and women accustomed to make com- Â¬ opulonco of all g White Ilouso Most of tho things parisons is not such a joy as that the walls aretholr loom8 or the whito with attractiveness worth moro than anything ono can trophies of EufPn travel The curVhero Is But Ono and It Comes From now woro onco black with disastor havo In a joweled casket Was not tains aro from roJrn looms Tho rugs Burmah What the world most needs is tho Solomon right when ho said Wisdom aro from Damaus of Cairo Tho sofas consolatory and here It comes our holy Is better than rubles aro stuffed wrfi oaso Qd quietude Â¬ Otl Ho Come nut Chrlut and From religion with both hands full of ano Thoro Is also something in tlfo deep Tho rocklngfftirs roll backward and Urn veil -- Ilio DlfTitroncn IlntwftRnnltoora dynes and sednttves and balsams carminrof tho ruby that suirorosts tho forward on lufihya Tho pillows aro tull of lliiblmi Hint No Kclliclnn and Ob as In Daniels time to stop mouths leo- j sacrlflco on which our wholo system of exquisitely cnibrolderod All tho ap-Willi JIcIIkIuii and No ltublea nine as in Shadrachs tlmo to cool roliglon depends While tho emerald polutraontof po room are a pororatlondKl blast furnaces as in Ezekiels tlmo to suggests tho meadows and tho sap- Â¬ to a succcssfjp commercial or profea1 In Alio llrooklyn tabernacle Sunday console captivity as in St Johns tlmo phire tho skies and tho opal tho soa sional life q afternoon Uev Dr Talmago preached to unroll tho apocalypso over rocky des- Â¬ tho ruby suggests tho blood of sacrifice But tho msf has no religion novcr to a crowded audience that iilled tho olations Hear its soothing voice as it The most emphatic and startling of nil has had andihover professed to have great building to overflowing tho sub Â¬ declares Weeping may endure for a colors hath the ruby Solomon the Thoro is no Ribp or ono religious ject of his sermon botng Itublcs Sur Â¬ night but joy cometh In tho morning author of my text know all about tho book in therom Tho despairing man Tho mountains shall depart and tho sacrifice of lamb and dovo on tho altars feels that Us earthly career Is ended passed and tho text Proverbs vlll 11 j Whore he hills be removed but My loving kind- Â¬ of tho temple and ho know tho mean- Â¬ and nothlnopens beyond Wisdom Is bettor than Rubies Ydtt havo all neon tho precious stono ness Hhall not dcpnrt from you ing of sacrificial blood and what other will land Httnoine off from this life is a Whom tho Lord lovcth ho chaston precious stono could ho so well uso to mystery orVhothor ho will land at all commonly called tho ruby It Is of They shall hunger no moro symbolize it as tho ruby annihilation He has no deep toil color Tho Itlblo makes much oth Red in for it mav w of IL It glowed In tho first row of the neither thirst any more neither shall toii3oly red as tho blood prayer to effcr and ho does not know rod No hope of meeting fttv high priests breastplate Under an- Â¬ tho sun light on thorn nor nuy heat of tho grcatost martyr of all how to piay other name It stood in tho wall of for tho Lamb who is in tho midst of tho tlmo Josus of tho centuries Drivo again iu another state of oxistence Ho Ilcavon Jeremiah compures tho rud Â¬ throno shall lead them to living foun- Â¬ tho story of the crucifixion out of is through with this life and is sure of dy cheek of the Nuxurltos to tho ruby tains of water and God shall wlpo the Illblo and tho doctrine of the no other Tho ruby on tho mantel and Tho atonement out of our religion and tho rubyn tho wasted finger of tho Eaoklel points It out In tho robes of tho away all tears from their eyes king of Tyre Four times does Solo- Â¬ most wholesome thing on earth is trou- Â¬ thoro would bo nothing of Christianity departing ono say nothing of the ran- Â¬ mon uso it as a symbol by which to ex- Â¬ ble if met in Christian spirit Tomako loft for our worship or our ndmiration soming Mood which they so mightily tol wisdom or religion always sotting Paul what he was It took shipwreck Why should It bo hard to adopt tho typify fco far as giving solace or illu- Â¬ and whipping on the bnre back and Illblo thoory that our redemption was mination to a despairing spirit they its value as bettor than rubles Midnight or utter Tho world doos not agree as to how penitentiary and pursuit of wild mobs purchased by blood What great aro a doid failure To brldgo ever sprung Its arches what holplcssflcss drops on all tho scone the precious stones wcro formed Tho and tho sword of decapitation Another room of mortal oxlt Relig Â¬ ancients thought that amber was made make David what ho was it took all temples over reared Its towers what Â¬ Sho never had of drops of perspiration of the goddess that Ahlthophel and Saul and Absa nation ever achieved its independence ion and no rubies Gc was supposed lom and Goliath and all tho Philis- Â¬ what mighty good was ever done with- Â¬ moneyjfonough to buy ono of these The thunder stone It out sacrifice of life The grout wonder exquisites Sometimes sho stopped at to have dropped from n storm cloud tine hosts could do against him The emerald was said to have been took Robert Chambers malformation of the world tho bridge that unites a jewelers show window and Baw a made of the lire fly The lapis lazu 11 of feet to mako him the literary con these two cities cost the life of tho first row of them incarnadining in the vol was thought to have been born of tho querer It was bereavement that arohitcct Ask the shlp3ards of Glas- Â¬ vet She had keen taste enough to apcry of an Indian giant And modern brought William Haworthe of Wesleys gow and New York how many carpen- Â¬ preciate those gems but she never mineralogists say that tho precious tlmo from wickedness to evangelism ters went down under accidents before ownfi one of them Sho was not jeal- Â¬ stones wore made of gases and liquids that won many thousands for Heaven the steamer was launched ask the three ous vr unhappy because others had To mo tho ruby seems like a spark from Tho world would never have knowu great transcontinental railroads how rubies while sho had none But she 8 what heroic stun Ridley was made of many In thoir construction were buried had it richer treasure and that was the the nnvll of tho setting sun or grace of God that had comforted her Tho homo of the genuine ruby is had not tho fires been kindled around under crumbling embankments Burmah and 10 miles from its capital his feet and not liking their slow crushed under timbers or destroyed by along1 tho way amid bereavements andf temptations and persecutions where lives and reigns the ruler Lord wodc he cried I can not burn let tho powder blast Â¬ fire come to me I can not burn many and sickness and privations and trials of tin Itubies Under a careful gov- the Tabulate the statistics of how Now sho Is going ernmental guard are these valuable Thank God that there are gems that mothers have been martyrs to the ofall sorts Tho room is bright mines of ruby kept Rarely has any unfold tholr best glories undur tho cradle of sick children Tell us how out of life many men saerifled nerve and muscle no with pictures of statues not foreigner visited thotn When a ruby lamplight That God for tho Ruby Moreover I am sure that Solomon and brain and life in tho effort to sup- with upholstery not with any of tho of large value was discovered it was brought forth with elaborate ceremony was right In saying that religion or port thoir households Tell us how gems of mountain or sea but there is a a procession was formed and with all wisdom is better than rubies from the many men in England in France in stmngo and vivid glow in the room bannered x5mP military guard and fact that a thing is worth what it will Germany in Italy in the United States not of chandelier or star or princely attendants tho gem was fetch Religion will fetch solid happi havo died for their country Vicarious Monday sun but something that out- Â¬ ness and the ruby will not brought to the Icings palace In all suffering Is as old as tho world but shines all of them It must bo the Of great value is tho ruby much your observation did you over find a tho most thrilling the most startling presence of supcrnaturals From her mora so than diamond as lapidaries person thoroughly folicitated by an on the most stupendous sacrifice of all illumined face I think sho must hear sweet voices Yea sho doos hear sweet As you know time and eternity was on a bluff back a and jewelers will tell you An expert crustment of jewels A ruby of more of yoursolf than anyone olse are of Jerusalem when one llelng took roices voices of departed on this subject writes kindred perfect color weighing five carats is you happier now with worldly adorn upon himself the sins tho agonies the roices apostolic and prophetic and evan worth at tho present day 10 times as monts and successes than beforo you perdition of a great multitude that no gelic but all of them overpowered by much as a diamond of equal weight won them Does tho picture that cost man can number between 12 oclock of the voice of Christ saying Come ye It was a disaster when Charles the you hundreds of thousands of dollars a darkened noon and 8 oclock In the blessed of my Father inhorlt the king 15old lost the ruby he was wearing at on your wall bring you as much satis- Â¬ afternoon purchasing tho ransom of dom From her illumined face I the Itattleof Grandson It was a groat faction as the engraving that at the ex Â¬ ruined worm liivo in all tho seas til ink she must hear rapturous music tituuenco when Rudolph tho Second of pense of 5 was hung upon tho wall cxploro all the mines crowbar all th now soft as solos now thunderous as Austria inherited a ruby from his sis when you first began to koep house mountains view all tho crowned jewel orchestras now a saintly voice alono tor tho Queen Dowager It was Do all the cutlery and rare plato of all tho emperors and find me ant and now the hundred and forty and thought to have had much to do with that glitter on your oxtonsion dining gom that can so overwhelmingly sy four thousand In concert From her 4b3aJLvv j r tho victory of Henry the Fifth as ho table surroundod by flattering guests bolizo tho martvrdom as tho ruby wmsfcoreamo woro It into the Uattle of Agincourt contain more of real bliss than tho win u you wiuru arutuina It is tho pride of the Russian court to plain ware of your first table at which arc somewhat like Jther own tho largest ruby of all tho world sat only two Doos a wardrobe crowded cornelianjsdime presented by Gustavus the Third to tho with costly attire givo you moro satis- Â¬ spincKKsor M Russian empress Wondrous ruby It faction than your first clothes closet i5SWjrSw1 i has electric characteristics and there with its four or five pogs Did not hfSSSUW are lightnings compressed In Its doublo the plain ring set on the third finger Howe if six sided prisms What shall I call it ui uui iuii imuuMuuiiiimiunj v It is frozen lire It is petrified blood oeuotnaijgivoiinorpjgiaunoss tn In all tho world there Isonly one thing ruby tnatis now entaroneil on tne Domes fror more valuable and my text makes tho third finger of vour right hand If In one RarisbiJ Wisdom is better than this iourncv of life ve have learned anv iNaraogj comparison rubies y vvH thing we have learned that thtrfforld s 5ut it is impossible to compare two neither with its emoluments nor gains aandj things together unless there are some can satisfy the soul Yhyhera come tat poluts of similarity as veil ns of differ Â¬ as many witnesses asJTAvlsh to call to Chr ence I am glad there is nothing lacking the stand to testlfythatbofore high no here Tho ruby is more beautiful in Heaven and the woriia companion Â¬ deu tho night and under tho lamplight ship with Jesus ChrisivUrid a good hope thy than by day It is preferred for even Â¬ of Heaven they fecla jbyjtjkat all the para i ing adornment How the rubies glow resources of tholr vocabulary fail to Wise and burn and flash as tho lights lift express Sometimes It ovideuees ItyeTf pf tysaMM the darkness Catherine of Aragon in ejaculations of hosaaaas sometimes iOW W its fufdll A ltftedl had on her linger a ruby that fairly in doxology sometime in tears rdt is iudi lanterned the night Sir John Mandc converted native of Indie 1 a letter tn ot vlllo thu celebrated traveler of 400 said How I long for my hed not thai turbed ra maaai ot j oars ago said that the emperor of I may sleep I lio awake often and r of the China had a ruby that made the uight long but to hold sweet apramunldfi peraaocs which is Jot as bright as tho day Tho probability with my God out a mel ly though is that Solomon under some of tho worldly joy that TuilHiifStaring armed mi insisting lamps that illuminated his cedar pal- Â¬ his armies wore trluMMjCKyired where there ace by night noticed the peculiar glow und if Tulva hearliir tfcat the deaths heal rms and Sosok I of the ruby as It looked In tho hilt of Roman senate had- irVd- hint an easy prl iu ire plaioft in a sword or hung In some fold of tho an honor expired awl II IHony Scottish met b kn tiiap anywht V upholstery or beautified tho lip of some sins and Sophocles erfape of men of Waif I chalice while ho was thinking at tho joy expired and il a pirate and WTi8a great th slauj same time of tho excolloucy of our holy purser waiting on the eoet 03Qriina thea sailed not now parcel religion as oh oily seen in tho night in want and tight ftfttfftrinar j lason This all hc of trouble and ho crios out Wisdom of a vessel brlnglwfJiMw Ml 4 of bv mldJ r at to the weary Is better than rubles ur AJBrim are t from shock of uiihV fc U ftV v Int ft tedious di Ohyes It is a good thing to have re Â¬ paiso to you Gmtth Jojfc pi fiat olttftiaiorn of ft paltrv d ligion while tlio sun of prosperity rides and Heaven rijftjMf wir the of th Cross it it h naverthAloi high and everything Is brilliant In for- Â¬ should somtyfor any loet too preetous sigr rmuieteer keepe th tune in health In worldly favor Yet much for toendttfWftttd stod Wtiu miM bttt una you can at such tlmo hardly toll how livo An De price paid fofl to is S ie frow these fetrdaae Lhd much of it is natural exuberance and Witt three I havefalotod dead 1 like tho c to U ptyft tft ivmt how much of it Is tho graeo of God away ChrUwa Jojr ifisdfoaraof l uii But lot the sun set and tho shadows It was ia Holy jasper for hp9 plover ia so universally plain and tho tldck V UUllUUIVep avalanche tho JM WWW lANTOTMtUI into it sanveni uaa i aeeds no darkness of sickness or poverty or inii wktiliVKyV aklattop Loard it cor Its niuaaffc in persecution or mental exhaustion fill ear aav man of ut riao midnU J tho soul and fill the house and fill hh blenda well iti if maoh ftr mortal With betfuul rth and which nadi world then you sit down by the lMgq WUhaold v We hve fcerd a nu T scea mtkK ft r J of Gods Word and under Its ltghtlti poor workmen or workwomen tvlon m K t Mn consolations of tho Gosivol come ota letter enddeaOy telling seem j tadaod evea katu the peace of God which passoth all r theft fortune had beea left inB1understanding appears You never tfcMM how titty re almost be- - depicts1 e fully appreciated thoir power until t with flee 1aktr the blood bb them maA Afctlt Wt nrm m the deop night of trouble the HjpwwB1 from all eww wee wwweF ruauua eniu am mtwajKiwrnuy fino Lamp rovoalcd their equ H hv to wake m out of Mm of blood rt ma M SM Mesa Pearls and amethysts for Um oaitu Jf ft rf4 It and thigraffb par-- Joloiri rubies for the night All if eut ree ft ttoa all our earUJy Kuir Ltome otJwr books of the liible attempt U W mm he fttvimely uiamagM lor To h settle way the assuagement of maft fcet welfare and that theft all lust vro gawapejMftBHHIenlor Of the ISO psalms of David at mm roll te upon thVmL lastj allude to troubles There ae wlth that ft fprlftt inyrywinOt and tears In e W wMTwlV WwHftWW WWlTw BWaVlW link fftPHViiA overy heart H Wfl1l wWPwbwP f ltber InWftflftftM to call hofteftj fflP iiliaLri reilf fanc a Wh the Is Hazel Green Herald too yaeikaer BlftttES SURPASSED firo walla that had blackened tho stono And now I ask you as fair minded aUU ftftBBlf y t T ICILYS PEASANTRY A lefttl Dnmoririlzetl by JmmiHjc Uhu CrimM el All KlmM Big Tnsio haH Written for thn Tivm vr jit iiMn uu urbiuie on sicmau lauor wumu ho VP X-- u i I k J eeV Vi 1 unions Up ascribes tho doplorublo state of affairs on tho Islands to two atuieH--tunions or fasci tlol lavorrt tor and brigandage Tlio latter he ays la greatly fostered bv tho fact that thoro aro largo districts without Ootids The laborors are uneducated and Ilvo like beasts ignorant of their social duties and of tho law Tho riches of the Island are absorbed by the large proprietors and bankers Xlift signora live In Palermo and lot their glands to tho gabollottl who sub-lethcm to sub gabollotti who rolct them to peasants tho contract system enabling them to oppreas tho latter Tho peasant tills tho land ontlroly at his own oxpenso keops a fourth of tho produco and surrenders tho remainder to tho landlord Tho laborers wages nvorago five centimes an hour and arc almost always paid in inferior broad and wine When they aro out of work they borrow corn oi tho landlord who charges twenty fllx por cent for six months Crime of all sorts results Tho penal statistics of Sicily aro tho worst in Italy The oxtromo vovgo of labor tyranny has been reached In tho case of tho carusi or mine boys under twulvo yours of age who carry sulphur out of tho pit climbing stoop narrow gangways more than three hundred feet high Tho pieconlorl who extract tfho sulphur engage tho boys by ad vniiolng to their parents flour or corn worth fifty francs So long us tho par ents nro in dobttho boys romain slaves tholr mastors being able even to kill thorn without risk Uceontly one boy was killed by eight strokes of a pick and another by a kick in the stomach juuo omeiuis oravo tneir cioatiis as ithio to natural causes The boys arc pale sickly stooping and rlckctty and they suffer continually from fotitruc Their backs aro scored with old wounds They work twelvo hours a day sleep In the mines and feed on broud and onions They can obtain water only by a long walk Military statistics provo that conscripts who have boon carusi aro Incapable of service owing to slckuoss and dofecta in physique IHrigandago Ib tho direct result of all this tho pooplo having reached the limit of endurance Those most hon estly inclined have taken refuge in tho rVrW sci Women have become tho soul of - tho movement One hundred and thirty unions exist in Sicily with a total membership of three hundred thou sand The unions aro strongest in Palermo Tho character of the unions has etiaugod sinco they were founded Jtfow all the members aro disciples of Marx Tho most ignorant porhaps never heard of Marx Vut they aim at iltt equal distribution of houses and laud Each union possesses a puss word and method of communication onabllng It to distribute messages swiftly Each has its own polieo who inform tho members of all the doings of tho government police A system of mutual Insuranco and sick relief ex ists Tho fascl have established schools for children and adults v herein tho value of money tho duties and rights fjwnrkmon and the theories of social Â¬ -- f m kx fi i ll k 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ jeuf h HH i Â¬ and collectivism aro taught havo Many- members abandoned jhurohVolng hating tho priests as tyrants This movemont so far Is non olltlcal aiming only to secure decent means of livelihood and freedom from tyranny- - N Y Sun ism ptm t tLMX3t - 1 Iogendt of Itnco Color color of tho shin In tho various The races of man has never as yet been scientifically accounted for although numerous mythological stories havo beon told and sonsolcss theories ad Â¬ vanced as reasons for tho romarkablo variations in hue Nor have wo any certain data concerning tho color of tho cutlclo of tho primeval man tho A pretty original lord of creation logond Is that ho was as black African as the proverbial aco of spades and that tho present palo color of tho Cau- Â¬ casian race Is tho result of tho scare God gave Adam at tho tlmo of tho fall It lii proper to state hero that the jtfCme Jegend says that tho present black race aro descendants of one of Adams aons that was born and left jklen before tho great change In color overtook our first parents Tho Chl nJ believe that tho original man was creature half God and lntlf man and that hia color came about as a result of bftthlnjr in a river of llquldgold Thi Mussulmans the American In- dianu and several oriental tribes and nation account for their prevailing reeLor coppar color by tolling the story iorthjCfteftt 1km oreatinjf the first pair fpn rod kaolin the ownmta lire clay in the p0tUrhoTX Y Ttra -- - I sUryatitlta 47 -- rfW A tnJPtt undti ill r1 - f eatbe kw jd - W w Mhi man ctt the street after one UKk and aehWfcoct to qMkut hiwi Policeman No hat I ftdlbtrehira vtk him on tor a honse and five atln fler hwird a shrill taftate voice hia Mlalt Oolumflavf you saw u a lea go Oiflclal il Iniya proof that im rr i ejr -- i-j Mk9C kiffH-i-- S Hoe eiuyj HMHHav ligk-- J V4V ftp C v vSSfcfc - r7 r I p ifc vtmm vmJrMTtiS 4 ffri WB u - H7k 1 vvWl 4i Wl Witf 4wVVVVW fj 0rTyvtr j sm a Aiy A HOME FIT v r Farm Field and Fireside Iotu y HiiiuitK Up Up Up ill the region of cloud Portuguese and Dcmidoff llollcd potatoes stewed mushrooms and sliced land and eternal snow these hermits raw tomatoes dressed with oil salt of modern days have their solitary Desolation and dreariness and pepper and a dash of sherry but haunts no vinegar make you a Portuguese reign supreme all around their huts salad For a salad a la dcmidoff put The outside world is a blank to them into your salad bowl first rubbing it They arc in the world but not of it Where do they live In the gulches all over itihide with olive oil alternate layers of cold boiled potatoes and truf- Â¬ of tho Rocky Mountains And who are fles finishing with the latter Put a they Weltrthey are not lean and sal Â¬ vow of tiny white button onions and low anchorites who wear hair shirts stoned olives around the outer edge and mutilate themselves with much They know nothing of pour over the French dressing as above f couring substituting1 white wine for vinegar penances long beards and neglected No indeed This salad bhould be prepared a couple skin These modern of hours before needed and set in the hermits are jolly two hundred pound miners of lusty build and great sound ice box Hoston Globe Cheese Straws Three tablespoon ing laughter waiting for springs fuls each of flour and cheese ono table warmth to irec them that they may spoonful each of butter and milk one prospect all the region around for half saltspoonful salt one fourth tea precious jcllow gold and white silver spoonful white popper one eighth tea Many a millionaire has watched for spoonful nutmeg and the yolk of an hirrvcalth through all the long vigil winter on these exposed bluffs tgg Mix the dry ingredients add tho ofAful the vigil although long has milk yolk of erpr and butter softened a spoon and when not been so drearv as vou would im Mix well with smooth divide tho dough inV two agine Fancy yourself in one of thess partB roll very thin cut into narrow cabins on n wild January night with strips three inches long Pake in slow fourteen feet of snow outside and cold These straw s twenty degrees below zero oven for fifteen minutes Whew How the wind whistles and may bo served either hot or cold as a cheese course or with lettuce as a moans through tho giant pines But salad course Pile on a plate in log inside all is warm and cozy the storm abin fashion Orange Judd Farmer and tempest only adding to the com Â¬ -- Stewed Peef Chop your shin in fortable cheerfulness of the blazing two places and strip tho whole of the pine knots as they cast their ruddy around meat lrom tho middle or thick part of glow fijw A shelves some tin and pewtor the shin roll this neatly and tio Put ware the never failing elk horns an into a stewpan two ounces of beef drip pings and when it is melted and thor- Â¬ old wo6dcn table and chairs theso oughly hot put in the meat and allow constitute tho main features of theÂ¬ place In it to become thoroughly browned on cine chest a very side place tho mediand the canned provisions all sides Fry with it a large onion are stored carefully away sliced Keep your stewpan covered And there is food for mind as well as luring this process When browned boiling or very hot water body Hooks magazines and papers add sufficient to barely cover tho meat and set it aro scattered around And never does where it will simmer but not boil Put Mrs Ilarr or Dickens appear so inter- Â¬ with it four whole cloves and half a esting us hero where you are shut in dozen whole peppers Partly boll in with Cod yoursol1 your companion another saucepan a largo parsnip and and your favorite author Never mind the trackless snow and carrot turnip makes the dish coarse the miles of wintry distance swept by when partly cooked cut the vegetables into rounds and put with the meat the blast between yourself and the Let tho whole stow very slowly for nearest resilience of man Put on an Â¬ three and a half hours not boil re other log light up tho camp and enjoy yourself Lei the storm king howL member then skim and thicken That is his disappointment lie knows Womans Home Journal you are oblivion to all surroundings Tho Faco an un Imlrx When you require a btate dinner yon Incomplete closure of tho eyelids dig in the snow and dig up the buried rendering tho whites of tho eyes visi deer or perchance a bear Did you ble during sleep is a symptom in all ever taste Mr Grizzly Well he re- Â¬ acute and chronic diseases of a severe sembles pork very much type it is also to be observed wlien rest But sometimes a groat swooping vam- Â¬ unbound by pain wherever seated pire of deatli in the shnpo of an ava Â¬ is Twitching of tho eyelids associated lanche carries tho cabin inmates and with the oscillation of the eyeballs or all away and no one knows of tho squinting heralds convulsions Widen- - disaster until next spring And be tnr nf lllrt OrificOS of the IlOSf With fore now a man has sickened in theso movements of the nostrils to and fro abiding hills And his companion point to embarrassed breathing from watched and Watched but ho grow disease of tho lungs or their pleural in- deadly and chill and his heart ceased vestment Contraction of tho brows to beat Ono ij takon tho other left indicates pain in the head sharpness No grave can to dug and just at tho r in nostrils pain in tho the chest door ho lays mo silent comrade to v i mer tin nain in tho ab- - 3lccp until tho varm season returns iiiIl UIIU i To make a general rule it These bravo pioneers of the west domon may be stated that the upper third of they can rank with any mountain Â¬ the face is altered in expression in af heroes the world has ever produced fections of tho brain the middle third Manly bold ruiged they fear noth In diseases of the chest and the lower lug and some ar men of devoted lives third in tho diseases or tno organs con while every ono would give tho last viiy St cent to help a ucldy case or a sick comtalned in tlie nwionunai panion Louis Republic Such arc our mdlcrn hermits who arc CleunliiE VluIiU for Oluthlnk up in tho rockics and the snow N Y n fnr mens clothes that the house Ledger i one wife will find valuablo consists of half Illinois leads tio states in divorces Jplnt of deodorized benzine one ether one half During the twenty years ending with sulphuric drachm al- Â¬ 18S0 there wtro 81072 divorces Ohio drachm chloroform one drachm cologne camo next with aj801 Indiana hnd cohol and a very little good Pennsylvania 10020 New York If it is used for cleansing coat collars 25103 npply with an lft355Missouti lo2 and outside garments ho scornfully Ones Enough old piece of soft black silk onFor those of Why that ilr SmallWy has asked me it can bo used apply litrht colors us well as black wash- - to marry him seven times He Groat of white silk In Scottl Most men aro Utisficd with one with a piece mu gouu soiled uiacu time Detroit t eJPrysa i n l crullon of warm water Tluffcr Theres olo thing about ontyor twontyllve cents will pay ov fcldowalks Hitler What Buffor for a quart bottle of the Tf tvn dont likpJtouMian it down uy lit eV turc Tho lud is voucheu jor on incm w itlioiBlei i murlble -i-nffs w w v its iieion ituwi l o Cowler Jbk cilmu 1 Louis Kopnuuo Â¬ For -- Klco Waffles To half a pint of rice tom generations it has boon the cus Fow Uave Any Attenuate Conception r to mix tho batter for buckwheat AVlmt h lllUlcm In tiolloil sort and manlicd very lino put a cakes with yeast or emptyings reUlm The shcota of paper on which the tttlilcspoonful of butter Sot it to cool a portion of tho batter 16ft over Times is printed if laid out flat and und jut bo fore baktnjt add ono cgi and ing half n pint of Hour and one pint of new from ono morning to raise the cakea firmly pressed together as in a well bound book would represent a measure millc or bettor still half a pint of foi t1 CrAVmlng day cream and the sumo of milk -- Boston If kept too warm or not used prompt- of about ono threo hundred and thirty us third uudet ly this bnttcr becomes excessively sour sco of an inch in thickness Let a how high a dense pllo formed by Cake Without Eggs One cup of and objectionable Buckwheat cakes billion loaves sour milkj ono hnlf cup of shortening raised by this means aro more often would of these thin inpaper imagination reach Wo must two and a half cups of sifted flour sour or heavy than light and sweet If by de pile two thirds teaspoon of soda pinch of eaten daily they distress tho stomach grees them vertically upward tallest height of our salt Flavor witli vanilla or lemon to and cause skin eruptions and itching spires reaching tho theso tho pile must and passing taste When fruit is used add a little htm grov iitirimi topping tho Aipsunu Instead of the old fashioned way wo more flour Without fruit it makes a have been making buckwheat cakes the Andes unit the highest peaua oi uio good layer cake Ohio Farmer this winter with Royal Baking Powder liima avns and shootlucr up uicuco Salad Macedoine Whn you have mixing tho batter fresh daily and find through tho fleecy clouds pass beyond a variety of vegetables canned or fresh the result wonderfully satisfactory tho confine of our attenuated atmos take a little of each some string beans They arc uniformly light and sweet phere and leap up Into tho bluo ether homo pens some asparagus tips a more palatable and wholesome and with which tho universo is filled stand boiled parrot and a couple of boiled po can bo eaten continuously without thw ing proudly up far beyond the reach of tatoes if to this you add celery root slightest digestive inconvenience Be all terrestrial things still pllo on yonr boiled in salted waur and out into sides they aro mixed and baked in a thousands und millions of thin leaves whorls you have a pretty macedoine moment requiring no time to rise for we are only beginning to rear tho salad which you arrange dress and Following is the receipt used mighty mass Add millions on millions place on ioe two hours before serving Two cups of puro buckwheat flour on those nnd thousands of miles on lloston Globe not prepared or mixed one cup of these and still tho number will lack Cottage Pudding Ono pint flour wheat flour two tablespoons of Royal its due amount Let us pnuso to look nt the neat one half pint sugar one quarter pound Baking Powder and onc hnlf teaspoon butter two eggs one half pint milk ful cf salt all sifted well together plowed edges of tho book before us two tcaspoonfuls cream tartar ono Mix with milk into a thin batter and Sco how closely llo those thin flakes of teaspoon ful soda Hake one half hour bake at once on a hot griddle Once paper how maivy there aro in the mere Sauce Ono toaspoonful flour in ono properly tested from this receipt no width of a span and then turn our eyes tonenp of water two tcaspoonfuls other buckwheat w ill find its way to in imagination upward to our mighty column of accumulated sheets It now sugar one toaspoonful butter Stir your table Domestic Cookery contains its appointed number and our this in one half pint boiling water quadrillion of shoots of the Times su IN THE ROCKIES lloil a few minutes When cold add a perimposed ipon each other and pressed little nutmeg or other seasoning Muilorn Hermit of tlm Snow In Their Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HINTS AND HELPS Koptl J3uckTrhMt THE SIZE OF A BILLION Axe I read thin t On account of the Midwinter Fair mw being held at San Francisco the Big Four Route has placed in effect vskt low kitm from aii points on its sreat avstem of rail- kiiiiId tn Knn TVanlanri Jja A ncrflf Ham Dlogo and other principal point iii California and tho West Northwest and South- Â¬ west and will sell tickets via either of its thrco gateways St Louis Chicago or PnoniA with return limit until April With 1W4 Solid vestibulou traina run daily to each of these cities with elegant sleeping cars private compartment buffet sleeping cars parlor cars and diningcaraand afford in a choicn ot routes from Cleveland Cin cinnati Columbus Bprinirflold Dayton In- dhiunpolis and intermediate olnts This oxcoUontBeivlcolBUn03ecollHl V any othor iy H toCaIifornlathls AlflUa antnl persons K U winter should by all means consult the nenrcst rcprcBeutatlvo of tho Big Four Routo for rates and all othor Inform atloa pertaining to tho Great Woat B D Mautin G P and T A E O McCobmick Pass TroQlc Mangr Cincinnati O Â¬ A MA If t Cftrtfoni 7a dettijrMldwktMr JTnlr tMi the We wUme Dm HnaoW Deilm Xw eUi aareaee of Catarrh that cannot fee own ftp Halls Catarrh Curt F J Chkxxt A Co Propc Toledo O we the understated nave known Ft X Cheney for the last 15 years and beUott him perfectly honorable In all bunoeot transactions and financially able to cany out any obligation made by their Urn West Truax Wholesale nyjftots To ledo O Wakllnr Kin nan eTMrviy Witoleeale Drufffiate Tolek O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly on the blood and mveoM surfaces of the system Prioe Tic not bottle Sold by allDrufgUte ToeUmonfali free Halls Family Pills to Jiu sok savs that in this era of hotel and boarding houses a wedding rlnr lent no much of a homo circle aa It Used to b Buffalo Courier r 1 THROW IT AWAY no Â¬ Tiik DiUBOTED Onk Jack I dont know what to do Hero aro a loV of bills and I havent cot n cent Cant you suggest Bomo way to raiso tho wind Jack How would a draft do Princeton Tlgor matter of how long atandtajr Early Corn Over One Foot tapr Kl or of what slae ta promptly Snlzor illustrates in a colored plato a and permnncntly cured without the kntro new early corn a giant of its kind and and without pain Another Surf cry offers 00 in gold for tho largest ear in Triumph in Consatrvatiw 1804 In addition to this early Giant corn which yielded in 1803 110 bushels A diseases which glvo only partial relief at beet never cure but often inlllct great Injury indueiof fttrangutaUofe inflammation and death P tf Theres er any noeu os wearing1 ciumtr TriMftr kt ohflnr HERNIAS il Â¬ into n compact mass haR reached an al Â¬ titude of 47848 miles Those who have taken tho trouble to follow mo thus far will I think ngrco with mo that one million is a fearful thing nnd that As few can appreciate its real value for quadrillions and trillions they are simply words mcro words wholly in Â¬ capable of adquately impressing themselves on human intellect London Times Ouvnu Wixinri Hoimks said a few days airo concerninir Hawthornes well known ditlidonce It was always an adventure whether one would succeed in enticing Hawthorne into any thing like communicative intercourse Ho went his solitary way through life like a whale through the crowds of lesser fishes in tho sea You might stand in your boat and hnrl your har- Â¬ poon at him as he passed it was hit or miss If you succeeded in bringing him to he was genial enough company for awhile in his abstracted Olympian way If you missed him you would hardly Â¬ Â¬ lific field corns no has tho hrtof fodder corn in the world Ho is tho largest grow-Â¬ er of farm seeds oats barley wheat millet potatoes otc in Amorica Fifty kinds of grasses and clovers IP VOU WILI CUT THIS OUT AND BEND IT with 15c to tho John A Salzer Seed Co La Crosse Wis you will rccoivo a largo package of abovo Giant corn and his mammoth catalogue k acr hQ ms QvQr Uy othor of tho lower bowel promptly cure Without pain or resort to tho knife QfpnTJCl n the Bladder no matter hoy DlvlNHiiHree ts crushed pulverised and woshod out thus avoiding cutting cuttlnfr Abundant References and Pamph Â¬ lets on above diseases sent scaled in plain envolopo 10 cts Mumps Wonro8 DispenBAttv Mkdioai Association Buffalo NY hlS Humors tesssJss STRICTURE nWenajraBnS The Greatest iledical Discovery of the Age Bklif Then both Hcrr Schulzo and Hcrr Lelnnaun had inndo her an offer of marriuKO which was tho lucky mant Second Ditto Hcrr Schulzo Hcrr Lch Obcrlauder Bote manu married her FntST ll KENNEDYS MEDICAL DISCOVERY DONALD KENNEDY Wisconsin man got a divorce be Â¬ cause his wife kept a servant girl who spit on the frying pan to seo if it was hot enough to fry Sunday is like a stile between the fields of toil where we can kneel and pray or sit and meditate lngfcllow A Komcmbor That tho Wisconsin Central has tho un- Â¬ qualified endorsement of all it being tho most popular lluo between Chicago and Mil waukee and St Paul Minneapolis and tho Northwest it is recognized as tho Pullman Lino between Chicago and Milwaukee and Ashland Duluth and Lake Superior points That tho Wisconsin Central touches tho most prominent points in Wisconsin hav- Â¬ ing moro business centers than any railway to and from tho Northwest That its dining car scrvico is unsurpassed by any other lino and that its representa-Â¬ tives will cheerfully furnish any informaÂ¬ tion that may ho desired For full details regarding Rates Routes Folders Maps etc address your nearest ticket agent or Jas C Ponu Gen Pass Agent Milwaukee Wis Â¬ of flOXBURY MASS r skin of an ass AsonrTY Hon is Galveston News sometimes fourd hi the Â¬ Sostr men aro visionary and some ro rislouary Young lions Kri A match looks harmless but it has oftca takeu a childs life Hams Horn ways possession over two hundred certificates of its value all within twenty miles of Send postal card for book Boston A benefit Is always experienced from tl first bottle and a perfect cure Is warranted when the right quantity Is taken When the lungs are affected it causes shooting pains like needles passing through them the same with the Liver or Whatapovoro cold your land Â¬ Bowels This Is caused by the ducts be-Â¬ Buioos Griggs Yes Sho sat in my ing stopped and always disappears In a lady has N Y HerÂ¬ room for an hour yesterday week after taking it Read the label ald If the stomach Is foul or bilious it will Ugly Toniprrs cause squea mlsh feelings at first Aro a product of bad digestion Your dys Â¬ Nociangeof diet ever necessary Eat peptic is nlmost invnriably a cross patch the best you can get and enough of it Tho way to renew cheerfulness of disposi- Â¬ bed tion and an cquablo temper soured by Indi- Â¬ Dose one tablespoonful in water at V Sold by all Druggists gestion is to tako a courso of Hostettors time Stomach Bitters which not only banishes dyspepsia but also roliovcs biliousness con- Â¬ stipation chills und fover rheumatism nnd kidney trouble Uso it with porsistenco three times a day - Has discovered in one of our common pasture weeds a remedy that cures every kind of Humor from the worst Scrofula down to a common Pimple He has tried it In over eleven hundred cases and never failed except In Iwoases He has now in hb both thunder humor 1 C V1 RATE lH0 THE S Sho coat What do yon think of him Its a poor innlo that doesnt work both He is simply out of sight Washington He There goes Hatton in his new over- Â¬ Texas Sifting News LOUIS VXLLB AXnCIAaMNVAM Important Dlflbrnneo apparent to thousands who it think themselves 111 that thoy aro not af Â¬ Johnny do you know tho ton command fected with any disease but that tho system MISSiaSUlM VALLEY ItUlTIi Woll only by sight Inter simply needs cleansing is to briug comfort mentsf Ocean homo to their hearts as acostivoconditionis On February 8th March 8th April 9th 1894 easily cured by using Syrup of Figs Manu Â¬ Tin best reformer is a good performer factured by tho California Fig Syrup Co tirktiJntorrnf0maU0n oddres I0 n Young Mens Kra Thk tattoo artist lias designs on his cus tomers Boston TnuiHcript Â¬ An To mako NESlOUTll c o s w a h T B LYNOH Qmnl Passbncbkr Aosn c Xj35fEvcx38J afar- rreycntjinhoniatlamTniin-- J Fi km nhs is a virtue Rains Horn Hi sight stubbornness a Bin Dr IlnxileB Certain Croup Cnr Bent postpaid with beautiful souvenir spoon ers Statesman Bend 60c to A P Hoxsik BufTalo N x Oin Lapy from tho country at tho Irco Fivo dollars a yard oh That exhibit neighbors bulldog may teach 0 man Philadelphia toTnn a chased life Florida Times Union niUBt be all vool aint it lead Youk- Do you beliovo In love Sho ThUisso sudden at first Monoy isnt every Hb scntlmontnlly No but it gets thing Sho practically iN Y Press everything HALMS AHThRHEUMATif JHTI CATARRHAL GHEWMG Atid - ivn GUM Record Â¬ Pleasant Wholesome Speedy for coughs Wouk that is dashed off with caso Honey of Horehound and Tar must bo Jlrst dragged on by painful degrees is Halos Pikes Toothucho Drops Cure in ono minute Kra Youug Mens I lyipauMa Ilenrtburn Catarrh l Y line ul In Jlnlarla and Kevors an lAsthn ll Lcoth iinrt Iroraotos tho Annotitn Uio lirantb Cureit tbe Tobitcco niii Si norma or mo JMoillcal Faculty Hoiid Vn ViV I - -- I tJIJ n nil uAu 29th 8U nvn t Sltwr Ktnmntnnr iOttal rrtNow urir Jl York eSJ0 V iuui t Â¬ ivn A cynic is sugar turned to vinegar C11011Y What did you do when May ac Young Mens Era I cepted vou I blow a kiss at Cliapplo Bend to the iimlertleueJ for a FnKIJCOiViTiIL Truth her Tun Irritation which induces coughing ww niuiiierii1i HI by uso of uBrownr Tulllua A Maini mnn smoked a cigar won from a Immediately relievedSold only In boxes The Agricultural Hortlcultxril AtfyifltaEePv Uronchlal Troche slot machino and fell dead Mau slctror Philadelphia Record If industry is no moro than a habit it 1b Do you bolicvo lovo is at least au excellent ono Miss Gpsiiit Mr Hard Head- - When I sec blind J N somo of his work Im posltivo ho is Y Press Many a mail will open tho frout door foi discontent who tries ma bcBt to keep bur glars out of his house Rums Horu Â¬ SOUTHERN - A Sixth street shoemaker lias hung out a Bigu with tho legend Misllts mudu to measure - Philadelphia Record h IAPHRQ AT JAbUDO fill lsheMASTEI UIL cure for VI 0 PAINS AND ACHES -- WIS 80 ACRI w- - Â¬ Fine Farming PfiHHpc Co A CSr Cures thi ncck-Ues-a- nd rn VUliLitIlU f Serpents Sting s P Heals Sores LAND For Sale who WlUBeSOLS Ans S XHX4NM MH Running CHSUMtlvM a4 Mob14 bat wHk lung r Alb imhimih nW0Mfor COBIKHHtOB It iMM 4Hir4 thMUM It ku not lajur-aoat itienot ka tanwa it i h Mtt mA wrnt ota vTcrywara Blood by sSS Obstinate sores and ulcers yield to its healing powers It removes the poison and builds up the system A In all its stages completely eradicated Poison y vahubk TrtntlM oa Tw DUmM aadlU TitMtmnt inalUd Free SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta Gjl iVfJfc vnuprwHrruMiY A JM ie St - jk kA kA ftMA AsW JK i In r tJfcJSaMa tsibJt V rJ H--i- -A it rf VOv I f ki o V rf fim IJ - ha if f it aiiiii ii i l iL KY tt Hawl Green Herald faoOPWR RlIES SURPASSED walls rrttoiw i Vhero Is But Ono and It Comes From now fUSHwftVKK e t SICILYS PEASANTRY una jfj3 r f i L ft tho largo proprietors and bankers Theslgnors ltvo In Palormo and lot Midlands to tho gabcllottl who sno res them to sub oraballotti who int them to peasants tho contract system Enabling them to oppress tho latter Tho peasant tills tho land entirely at bis own expense keops a fourth of tho produco and surrenders tho romaindor to tho landlord Tho laborers wages avorago flvo centimes an hour and aro almost always paid in inferior bread and wine When they aro out of work thoy borrow corn of the landlord who charges twenty six per cent for six months Crime of alt sorts results Tho penal statistics of Sicily are tho worst in Italy Tho extreme verge of labor tyranny has been reached in tho case of tho carusi or mine boys under twelve yours of ago who carry sulphur otit of tho pit climbing steep narrow gangways more than thrco hundred foot high The picconiori who extract tflio sulphur eugugo tho boys by ud vnnuing to their parents flour or corn worth fifty francs So long as tho par ents nro in debt tho boys remain slaves thoir masters being able even to kill them without risk Recently ono boy was killed by cigh t strokes of a pick and another by a kick in the stomach The oflleials gave their deaths as Vlno to natural causes The boys aro fpalo sickly stooping and rickctty and they sufFor continually from fatigue Their backs are scored with old wounds Thoy work twelve hours a day sleep in the mnes and feed on brcud and onions They can obtain water only by a long walk Military statistics provo that consoripts who Tiavo boon carusi aro incapable of Â¬ Â¬ Tualo has written ior the del llcno nn article on Sicilian labor unions Up ascribes thu deplorable atate of nfthlra on tho Islands to two Oftiusen tho unions or fascl del lavora tori and brigandage Tho latter ho io greatly fostered by tho fucst Y that thcro aro largo districts without roads The laborors aro uneducated and lire like beasts ignorant of their social duties and of tho law Tho rhhcs of the island are absorbed by A ItWpIe Demoralised by IlrlicatitlHx VrtmM ef All Klnilit Iru owing to slcknoss and defects in physique llrlgandugo is the direct result of all thin tho people having reached tho limit of endurance Those most hon estly inclined have taken refuge In tho Womou have become the soul of fnscA tho movoment Ono hundred and thirty unions exist in Sicily with a total membership of three hundred thou Â¬ sand The unions are strongest in Palermo The character of tho unions lias changed sinco thoy were founded Now all the mombors are disciples of Marx Tho most ignoraut perhaps never heard of Mtirx but thoy aim at jtn equal distribution of houses and laud Each union possesses a puss word and method of communication enabling It to distribute messages swiftly Each has its own polico who inform tho members of all the doings of tho government police A system of mutual insuranco and sick reliof ex ists The fascl havo established schools for children and ndulfs w heroin the valuo of monoy tho duties and rights ilLwArkmon and the thdorlos of social aro taught ism and collectivism TMany members have abandoned church Volng hating tho priests us tyrants - This movemont so fur is non- Tiolitieal aiming only to securo decant jk n It uuuuiMii irani iiiuiuio ui iivuiiuumi uuu fun a a 4 tyranny---- N Y Sun fcorvico Â¬ ff 1 1 - 1 I - - roccs of man has never as yet been scientifically accounted for although numerous mythological stories havo beon told and senseless theories ad vanced as reasons for tho romarkable variations in hue Nor have wo any certain data concerning tho color of tho cutlclo of tho primeval man tho A protty original lord of creation African legend is that ho wus as black as tho proverbial ace of spades and that tho prosont palo color of tho Cau casian race is tho result of tho scaro 3od fVQ Adam at tho ttmo of tho full It f it proper to state hero that the jame legend says that tho present hlttek race aro descendants of ono of Adams sons that was born and left Â¬ of linen Color The color of tho skin in tho various Lttgetut Â¬ p OVVook our first parents Tho Chi mnn iim believe that tho original man was creature half Pod and half and ihftt bis color came about a a result oi bathjrig in a river of liquid gold Tha Mussulmans the American In Â¬ dians and several oriental tribes and nation aeoount for their prevailing ireer copper color by telling the story JBden before tho great chango in color of tit OnwU IWlnir oreatinf the first pair frpm mA kaolin the WHrnnoi Mre X cluy hi the potWjritope Time - 1 liicugo Offlhjlal J hae proof that 3 on aw a mete on the streets after one oVlock and negleoted to question him Ptdkeroan No but I ftdl6wedhira fJki btoi enter a hone and Are mln- tfter heard a hrlll female Toil- iaH foTuuighx dynes and sedatives and balsams as In Daniels tlmo to stop mouths leo- nino as In Shad racks time to cool blast furnaces as in Ezckicls time to In tho llrooklyn tabernacle Sunday console captivity as In St Johns tlmo afternoon Uev Dr Tulmago preached to unroll tho apocalypse over rocky des- Â¬ to a crowded audience that tilled tho olations Hear its boothtng voice as it great building to overflowing tho sub Â¬ declares Weeping may endure for a ject of his sermon being llublcs Sur Â¬ night but joy comcth In tho morning The mountains shall depart and tho passed and tho text Proverbs vilL hills be removed but My loving kind- Â¬ 11 Wisdom Is bettor than Rubies Ydu havo all seen tho precious stone ness shall not depart from you commonly called tho ruby It Is of Whom tho Lord loveth ho chaston Thoy shall hunger no raoro deep rotl color Tho lllblc makes much eth of It-- It glowed in tho llrst row of the neither thirst any more neither shall high priests breastplate Under an Â¬ tho sun light on thorn nor any heat other name it stood in tho wall of for tho Lamb who is in the midst of tho Teremiah compares tho rud Â¬ throne shall lead them to living foun- Â¬ IleaVcn dy chcok of thp Navurltos to tho ruby tains of water and God shall wipe Tho Exeklel points it out In tho robes of the away all tears from their eyes king of Tyre Four times docs Solo- Â¬ most wholesome thing on earth is trou- Â¬ mon uo it as a symbol by which to ex- Â¬ ble If mot In Christian spirit Tomuko tol wisdom or religion always setting Paul what he was It took shipwreck and whipping on the bare back and its value as better than rubies Tho world does not agree as to how penitentiary and pursuit of wild mobs To Tho and the sword of decapitation the precious stones were formed thought that amber was mado make David what he was It took all ancients of drops of perspiration of the goddess that Ahithophol and Saul and Absa- Â¬ Gc The thundcr stono was supposed lom and Goliath and nil the Phills It to have dropped from a storm cloud tino hosts could do against him Tho emerald was said to huvo beon took Robert Chambers malformation mado of the tire fly Tho lapis lazu 11 of feet to make him the literary con- Â¬ It was bereavement that was thought to have been born of tho queror cry of an Indian giant And modern brought William Haworthe of Wesleys mineralogists say that tho precious tlmo from wickedness to evangelism stones wore made of gases and liquids that won many thousands for Heaven To mo the ruby seems like a spark from Tho world would never havo knowu what heroic stuff Ridley was made of the anvil of thu set ting sun Tho homo of tho genuine ruby is had not the Ires been kindled around Lurmuh and H miles from its capital his feet and not liking their slow where lives and reigns tho ruler Lord wqrk he cried I can not burn let Under a careful gov- Â¬ the lire come to me I can not burn of tin Rubies ernmental guard are these valuable Thank God that there aro gems that mines of ruby kept Rarely has any unfold their best glories under the foreigner visited them When a ruby lamplight That God for tho Ruby Moreover I am sure that Solomon of hirgc value was discovered it was brought forth with elaborate ceremony was right in saying that religion or a procession was formed and with all wisdom is better than rubies from the bannered pomp military guard and fact that a thing is worth what it will princely attendants tho gem was fetch Religion will fetch solid luvppi In all noss and tho ruby will not brought to the kings palace Of great value is the ruby much your observation did you over find a more so than diamond as lapidaries person thoroughly felicitated by an on As you know and jewelers will tell you An expert erustment of jewels A ruby of more of yourself than anyone olse are on this subject writes perfect color weighing five carats is you happier now with worldly adorn wortli at tho present day 10 times as monts and successes than beforo you Does tho picture that cost won them much as a diamond of equal weight It was a disaster when Charles the you hundreds of thousands of dollars Rold lost the ruby he was wearing at on your wall bring you as much satis Â¬ tho llattlc of Grandson It was a great faction as the engraving that at the ex Â¬ niUuenco when Rudolph tho Second of pense of 5 was hung upon tho wall Austria inherited a ruby from his sis when you llrst began to koep house tor tho Queen Dowager It was Do all the cutlery and rare plato Jhougfht to havo had much to do with that glitter on your extension dining the victory of Henry the Fifth as ho table surrounded by flattering guests wore it into tho ihittle of Agincourt contain inoro of real bliss than tho It is the pride of the Russian court to plain ware of your llrst table at which own tho largest ruby of all tho world sat only two Does a wardrobe crowded presented by Gusluvus the Third to the with costly attire give jou more satis Russian empress Wondrous ruby It faction than your first clothes closet has electric characteristics and there with its four or five pogs Did not are lightnings compressed In its double tho plain ring set on the third finger call it ot your loit jmnagntneaay o six sded prisms What shall it is frozen fire It is petriiicd blood be troth uugivolmoro gladness thJ In all tho world there taunly one thing ruby thafis now enthroned oa the more valuable and my text makes tho third finger of your right hand It la Wisdom is better than this journey of life ve havo learned any- Â¬ comparison rubies thing we havo learned that this world Rut it is Impossible to compare two neither with its emoluments nor gains things together unless there aro some can satisfy the soul Why here corne points of similarity sis well as of differ as many witnesses asil wish to call tp ence I am glad there is nothing lacking tho stand to testifythat before high here Tho ruby is more beautiful in Heaven and the worldJa companion tho night and under the lamplight ship with Jesus Christand a good hope than by day It is preferred for ovon of Heaven they feora joy that all the How the rubles glow resources of their vocabulary fail to ing adornment and burn and flash as the lights lift express Somctimos It evidences itself the darkness Catherine of Aragon in ejaculations of hosanmas some times A had on her linger a ruby that fairly in doxology somotimee in tears lanterned the night Sir John Maude converted native of India in a letter vllle the celebrated traveler of lOO said How I long for my bed npt thai years ago said that the emperor of may sleep I Ho awake often and China had a ruby that mado the niht long but to hold sweet ooratnunftm as bright as the day The probability with my God ifkt k is that Solomon under some of tho worldly joy that Tttllnsnr4 erlnjr lamps that illumlmitcd his cedar pal- Â¬ his armies were triumpkit- - expired ace by night noticed the peculiar glow and if Talva heat lag that the of tho ruby as it looked In tho hilt of Roman sonato had dere4 Him a sword or hung In some fold of the an honor expired an W Diony upholstery orbetiutitlcd the lip of some sius nnd Sophocles jovereowe of ehlpVreeked chalice while ho us thinking at the joy expired ancLftf same time of tho excellency of our holy purser waiting on ike eoeetof Guinea religion as ohietly Been in tho night in want and starvation sat tii aiffUt of trouble and ho crlos out Wisdom of a vessel brlnglajfeUef fell de4 is hotter than rubles from shock of ulliWklaJ 1 Jtmyfpr Ohyes it is a good thing to have reÂ¬ paisc to you tfcet ttlHfajfc ligion while tho sun of prosperity rides nnd Heaven rrlmig tke adpjl high and everything is brilliant in for- Â¬ should somUjejSplt alaaoet vfoo tune in health in worldly favor Yot much for tk4flWitn to eftdnre and you can at such time hardly toll how livo An afe4 aaaVaeid to we De much of it is natural exuberance and Witt three Mneas I hve fainted dead how much of it is tho graco of God away under there Cnreia Joy Rut lot tho sun sot and tho shadows It was in all thrie at avalanche tho plain and tho thjck CommiuU M m Christian daricness or sicuness or povorty or limit wue n pray TfWfr persecution or mental exhaustion fill I eafefrit ftr sjur wore off taw ffio the soul and fill the house and fill tftotfMtokJftrmofftief With world then you sit down by the lajiwM WtthkoW t We aeard of Gods Word and under its light uafiaf poor workmen or workwomen consolations oi mo iiospei come own MttlAf ft letter euddeoly telling the peace of God which passoth all thew lam ft fUne had bee U You never themt jsftHow tifcey were almost be- understanding appears fully appreciated their power until ill giee laictaf toe fMWWMTM w the deep night of troublo the lk Iftftf t JaJm Um estate Sot vino Lamp rovealcd their l m m wftfc m Mkteftfee JRif nea Pearls and amethysts for TicEK me m vejeiw imew ft w OTejmrmjp p mu-but rubies for the night w fTMe faftttetftll 1 i feooks of tho Rible attempk ie wiii a smmety mi way the assuagement of taut welfare sad Ml Of the 150 psalms of David a win tm i worn allude to troubles There ajpw S 4p WPwV ft mVMamid - Jtitffttflt Kill injtfty windt and tears in MM 1ft MHIB MM Plif la every hearti i Â¬ I 1 Â¬ 1 lint On llrntPii Tho Ulffitrntiro ItntxTurn h Itoom I till of lluhltiH ntnl No Kelliclon anil One Vllli Jtolljcloti and No llublet attractiveness worth more than anything ono can trophies of EuPrt travel Tho curonco black with Woro disastor havo in a jeweled ensket Was not tains are from rolgn looms Tho rugs Burmah the world most needs is tho Solomon right when ho said What Wisdom aro from Damaus of Cairo Tho sofas consolatory and here it comes our holy is better than rubies are stuffed wrf oafia and quietude irs roll backward and t Clirtut arid llo Comes Frora religion with both hands full of ano Thoro is also something in tlfo deep Tho rocking white that had blackened tho stone And now I ask you as fair minded men The prescneo f V031 ruDlcs implies Tn pictures on Ilcnco it was called The and women accustomed to make com- opulonco of nil Jn r Whlto Uouso Most of tho things parisons is not such a joy as that the walls arefthoir looms fire Â¬ with Â¬ I phire tho skies nnd tho opal tho sea tho ruby suggests tho blood of sacrifice Tho most emphatic and startling of all colors hath tho ruby Solomon tho author of my text know all about tho sacrifice of lamb and dove on the altars of tho temple and ho know tho mean Â¬ ing of sacrificial blood and what other precious stone could he so well use to symbolizo It as tho ruby Red in tonsoly red red as tho blood of tho greatest martyr of all Drlvo tlmo Josus of the centuries tho story of the crucifixion out of the Tllblo and the doctrine of the atonement out of our religion nnd there would bo nothing of Christianity loft for our worship or our admiration Why should it bo hard to adopt the Biblo thoory that our redemption was purchased by blood What great bridge ever sprung Its arches what temples ever reared Its towors what nation ever achieved its independence what mighty good was ever done with- Â¬ out sacrifice of life The great wonder of tho world the bridge that unites theso two cities cost the life of the first architect Ask the shipyards of Glas- Â¬ gow and New York how many carpen Â¬ ters went down under accidents before the steamer was launched ask the three great transcontinental railroads how many in thoir construction were buried or under crumbling embankments crushed under timbers or destroyed by tho powder blast Tabulate t lie statistics of how many mothers have been martyrs to the cradle of sick children Tell us how many men sacriiicd nerve and muscle and brain and life in the effort to support their households Tell us how many men in England in France in Germany in Ituly in the United States have died for their country Vicarious suffering is as old as the world but the most thrilling the most startling the most stupendous sacrifice of all time and eternity was on a bluff back of Jerusalem whon one lolng took upon himself the sins the agonies the perdition of a great multitude that no man can number between 12 oclock of a darkened noon and S oclock in tho afternoon purchasing the ransom of ruined world Dlvo in all tho seas explore all the mines crowbar all tm mountains view all tho erowned jewels of all tho ompcrors and find me utui gom that can so overwhelmingly sy bolizo tho martvrdom as tho rubyfe uaric you tuerc aro mau arc somewhat like the r cornolian so la the is the krapl spinel m Tho pillows are carmine of tho ruby that aupirosts tho forward on sacrifice on which our wholo system of exquisitely crJroiderod All tho ap- rollgion depends While tho emerald pointment of 4 room are a pcrorationftrQ suggests tho meadows and tho sap- Â¬ to a successfy commercial or profe slonal life 4f But tho mat has no religion never has had andjnover professed to have Thore is nqj n Ribp or ono religious book In tho joom Tho despairing man fcols that his earthly career is ended Where he and nothinfopon3 beyond will land sMpplng off from this 11 fo is a mystery orwhother ho will land at all He has no for it may to annihilation pravcr to ffcr and ho does not know No hope of meeting how to py again in another state of existence Ho is through with this life and is sure of no othcrTho ruby on tho mantel and tho ruby on tho wasted finger of the dopartinif ono say nothing of the ran- Â¬ soming blood which they so mightily typify Sao far as giving solace or illu- Â¬ mination to a despairing spirit they Midnight or utter aro a dcd failure helplcsHicss drops on all tho scone Another room of mortal exit Relig- Â¬ ion and no rubies She never had monoyjfouough to buy ono of these exquisites Sometimes she stopped at a jewelers show window and saw a row of them incarnadining in the vol vet Sho had keen taste enough to ap preciate those gems but she never ownd one of them Sho was not jeal- Â¬ ous jr unhappy because others had rubies while sho had none But she had a richer treasure and that was the grace of God that had comforted hor Â¬ luty M i m x n along Â¬ I and persecutions andsickness and privations and trials Now sho is going of all sorts out of life Tho room is bright not with pictures of statues not with upholstciw not with any of tho gems of mountain or sea but there is a stmngo and vivid glow in the room not of chandelier or star or noonday sun but something that out sSincs all of them It must bo the presence of supernaturals From her illumined face I think she must hear sweet voices Yea sho does hear sweet roices voices of flnirtfl Irindrnrt J oiees apostolic and prophetic and ovan- gclic but all of them overpowered by the voice of Christ saying Come ye blessed of my Father inhorit tho king- Â¬ dom From her illumined face I think sho must hear rapturous music now soft as solos now thunderous as oreiiestras now a saintly voice alono and now the hundred and forty and four thousand In concert T From hor lm H Vi jareatuo i nndj temptations the way amid bereavements ltoHttfsui Pswcii comes one Ranst Name i7 r mM 4 i3 imu imWfl by wb sanui tatU deiJ tliy parat Wise all h Chi no nBHHWhite t - wBmKBt whBHHb i - low lifted WWyit1 upDHH In 01 in x bed rkl tho out piraCes rd is Erne-- atrtZr indmBj BmHn wBftr s ai Ifp Prfjoei BR yE3l - t -- i met armed w deaths bei an easy pr Scottish mei men of Wal pirate andvjl then wiled i irlVio- - r mt ot aln audYq Christ are r ef sin is torn WliJ V f - LJ mi of the pendant r I I liy thnmffhBK which lefoflRi Hk HHn insisting HHh where theroHB fin and inecSHI rse plains in Bftl thao anywhaSHBB l -- 3 ason This all st ds w tne weary great the slauj not grow pero f4V oi fiai for any slgl nreelous stc prtoe paid jfoi I like thou ifled foam 6 V 0e wlpt tiHly jasper Into it mid i oecii Nfr I it cc he a ar i chrv seem or - depict bioodi from of bk NoU x - TV tj t i t it is nevertholes tmaoteer keeps thepiMHiwtib moat bv s from tfeaee birds a th to km nlow m qaest seats phwwr is so universally1 HvraiCTB na n needs no j iptiou Its plumage i hksh blends well wit earth and which nndj wn Ers uu lor tm una q - it of a tedious di a peltry dowtl la4MUrfji ker peenlmrHies u OM 1411 sfe fee l a prcse - i4 U TeL - nt to some Uxo se are1 1 the sir baxM mm wKkiM torn Imumonaeioamy literally unaware V ln1ikiiYj ivv FDWWU can once at Wah A mTanmi aaa V n stoi j I 1 jver edi SOI mmmjKb fylng xe p f w the J y - reU for mac F T - j Mr w- - -- wwr 4 H rTa I A in-MKrT- r-v--- YiPt Fnvi J i yrSs mmdeamac i A IPHf A 1 yr- NTt IV S Jf r-- n -- - ai m f jV j rf jJKUtU Jw iiMi f -j- f b VX9Bryrv rfr Are Van GbIhc ff ijiftir WFSiXK 4 - vwm jIk mt i tlHil -v AJ ffl t- - m w U wiw n I Wl If HOME 99 HINTS a i 4 n ii ffraa rm -- J 14 Farm Field and Fireside Jonrly Haunt Up Up Up in the region of cloud Portuguese and Demidoff Boiled potatoes stewed mushrooms and sliced land and eternal snow these hermits raw tomatoes dressed with oil salt of modern days have their solitary and popper and a dash of sherry but haunts Desolation and dreariness no vinegar make you a Portuguese reign supreme all around their huts salad For a salad a la demidoiT put The outside world is a blank to them into your isalul bowl first rubbing it They are in tho world but not of it Where do they live all over inside with olive oil alternate In the gulches layers of cold boiled potatoes and truf- of the Rocky lountains And who are fles finishing with the latter Put a thcyV Well they are not lean and sal Â¬ row of tiny white button onions and low anchorites who wear hair shirts stoned olives around the outer edge and mutilate theimclves with much pour over the French dressing as above f couring They know nothing of substituting white wine for vinegar penances long beards and neglcctud No indeed This salad should be prepared a couple skin These modern of hours before needed and set in the hermits are jolly two hundred pound ice box Boston Olobe miners of lusty build and great sound Cheese Straws Three tablespnon tag laughter waiting for springs fuls each of flour and cheese one table warmth to free them that they may Mpoonfnl each of butter and milk one prospect all the region around for half saltspoonful salt one fourth tca precious yellow gold and white silver spoonful white pepper one eighth tea Majiy-- a millionaire has watched for spoonful nutmeg and the yolk of an hliTwealth through all the long vigil ugp Mix the dry ingredients add tho of winter on these exposed blulTs Jnd the viiril although lone has milk yolk of egg and butter softened a spoon and when notAjbeeu so dreary as you would im- Â¬ Mix well with smooth divide the dough inter two agine Fancy younclf in one of thess parts roll very thin out into narrow cabins on n wild January night with strips three inches long Bake in slow fourteen feet of snow outside and cold oven for fifteen minutes These straw s twenty degrees below zero Whew How the wind whistles and may be served either hot or cold as a cheese course or with lettuce as a moans through the giant pines But salad course Pilu on a plate in log inside all is warm and cozy the storm abiu fashion Orange lucid Farmer and tempest only adding to the com Â¬ Stewed Beef Chop vour shin in fortable cheerfulness of the blazing two places and strip tho whole of the pine knots as they cast their ruddy meat from tho middle or thick part of glow around A few shelves some tin and pewter the shin roll this neatly and tie Put ware the never failing elk horns an Â¬ into a stewpan two ounces of beef drip pings and when it is melted and thor- old wo6den table and chairs these oughly hot put in the meat and allow constitute tho main features of tho place it to become thoroughly browned on cine In a very slTfe place the medi Â¬ chest and the canned provisions all sides Fry with it a large onion sliced Keep your stewpan covered are stored carefully away And there is food for mind as well as during this process When browned very hot water body Hooks magazines and papers add sufficient boiling or to barely cover the meat and set it are ucattcred around Am1 never does where it will simmer but not boil Put Mrs Ilarr or Dickens appear so inter Â¬ with it four whole cloves and half a esting as hero whero yon are shut in Partly boil in with God yonrsoH your companion dozen wholo peppers another saucepan a large parsnip and and your favorite author Never mind the trackless snow and carrot turnip makes the dish coarse when partly cooked cut the vegetables tho miles of wintry distance swept by Into rounds and put with the meat the blast between yourself and the Let the whole stew very slowly for nearest resilience of man Put on an Â¬ three and a half hours not boil re other log light up tho camp and enjoy yourself tho storm king howL member then skim and thicken That is his disappointment He knows Womans Home Journal you are oblivion- to all surroundings Tho Fuco iia un Index When you require a state dinner you Incomplete closure of the eyelids dig in the snow and dig up the buried rendering the whites of tho eyes visi deer or perchance a bear Did you bio during sleep is a symptom in all ever taste Mr Grizzly Well he re- Â¬ acute and chronic diseases of a severe sembles pork very much type it is also to be observed wlvcn rest Hut sometimes a great swooping vam- Â¬ iu nrmmmd bv Tiahi wherever seated pire of death lu the shape of an ava Â¬ Twitching of the eyelids associated lanche carries the cabin inmates and with the oscillation of the eyeballs or all away and no one knows of tho squinting heralds convulsions Widen- disaster until next spring And be- Â¬ ing of the orifices of the nose with fore now a man has sickened in theso movements of the nostrils to and fro abiding hills And his companion point to emnurrasseu Dreaming irum watcneu and watched but lie grow disease of the lungs or their pleural in- deadly and chill and his heart ceased vestment Contraction of the brows to beat Ono il Uikon the other left indicates pain in the head sharpness No grave can o dug and just at tho of the nostrils puin in the the chest- door ho lays 10 silent comrade to and a drawn upper lip pain in tho ab- sleep until tho arm season returns b domen To make a general rule it These bravo oncers off the west may be stated that the upper mini 01 they can rank with any mountain tif- heroes the world has ovor produced the face is altered in expression in tne mmuia unru Manly bold rugged they fear noth rwHnnsnf tho brain in diseases of tho chest und the lowerÂ¬ lug and some arf men of devoted lives third m the diseases of tho organs con- while every ono would give tho lust tained in the abdominal cavity St cent to help a ncldy case or aside companion Louis Republic Such are our modern hermits whonre CIcanliiR IluhlH Tor Clothing N Y - up in the rockies nd tho snow One for mens clothes that the house- Ledger iii find valuublo consists of one Illinois leads tlo states in divorces Joint of deodorized benzine one ha f ether one half During tho twenty years ending with sulphuric drachm al- Â¬ 1880 there wfcro 81073 divorces unio drachm chloroform one drachm 301 Indiana had cologne came next with cohol and a very little Rood used for cleansing coat collars 25103 Pennsylvania 10020 Now York If it is 182 and outside garments apply with and lSa55Mlssouii For old piece of foft black silk on those of Ones Enough fiho scornfully it can bo used Why that Mr SmnlhVy has asked mo pijr light colore as well us oiucu wutm- - to marry him noven times Ho Great with a piece of white sine in IUUIC- - Scottl Most men arc Ltlsficd with one Umlr irnodH mil a nt time Detroit Free PrVsS in a Jjallon of warm water onful Tinffor Theres olio thing about ontyor twoiuynvo bbu L lU1 -- A till- ley sldowalks ft lliltoi What Buffeir 4 druggist r aqu run lh an sit down Mm tluid is vouched for by If wo uon i iuu cturo fimur bltt -- Muffs Rnlinol on them withe t nntrrT vv Hfitm tioiinsuu k crime So Coo en Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ For generations It has been the cus -I- ljco Waffles To half a pint of Any rice tom to mix tho batter for buckwheat Few Have What Adequate Conception f a lllUloa I tolled soft and maRlicd very flno put a Tho sheets of paper on which tho tablespoon ul of butter Sot it to cool cakes with yeast or emptyings retabv unajiwi before balclng add ono cgjr and mg a portion of tho batter left orei Times is printed if laid out flat and f Hour and one pint of new from ono morning to raise the cakes firmly pressed together as in a well 1 l bound book would represent a measuro milk or bettor fitlll half a pint of foi faYtrnlng day crouin and the 8uno of mllk IIoston If Icept too warm or not used prompt- of about one three hundred and thirty us Budget ly this ba ttcr becomes excessively sour third of an inch in thickness Let a sco how high a dense pile formed by Calce Without Eggs Ono cup of and objectionable Buckwheat cakes sour milk one half cup of shortening raised by this means aro more often billion of those thin paper loaves in imagination two and a half cups of slftod flour sour or heavy than light and sweet If would reach Wo mustupward by do- pile them vertically two thirds teaspoon of soda pinch of eaten daily they distress tho stomach grccs reaching tho height of our tallest wait Flavor witli vanilla or lemon to passing theso the pile must kiste When fruit is usod mid u little and cause skin eruptions and itching spires andhiirher topping tho Alps and still irrow Insteail of the old fashioned way wo more flour Without fruit it makes a have been making buckwheat cakes the Andes and the highest peaks of tho good laycrcake Ohio Farmer this winter with Royal Baking Powder Himalayas und shooting up thence Salad Maeedoine Whn you have mixing the fresh dally and find through tho ficccy clouds pass beyond a variety of vegetables canned or fresji the result batter wonderfully satisfactory tho confines of our attenuated atmostake a little of each some string beans They are uniformly light and sweet phere and leap up into tho blue ether some po js some asparagus tips a more palatable and wholesome and with which the universo is filled stand boiled carrot and a couple of boiled po- can be eaten continuously without tin ing proudly up far beyond tho reach of tatoes if to this you add celery root slightest digestive inconvenience Be all terrestrial things still pile on your boiled in salted water und cut into sides they are mixed and baked in a thousands and millions of thin leaves wheels you have a pretty mnccdoino moment requiring no time to rise for we are only beginning to rear the wilad which you arrange dress and Following Is the receipt used mighty mnss Add millions on millions place on ice two hours before serving Two cups of pure buckwheat flour on these nnd thousands of miles on lloston Globe not prepared or mixed ono cup of these and still tho number will lack Cottage Pudding Ono pint flour wheat flour two tablespoons of Royal its due amount one half pint sugar one quarter pound Baking Powder and one half teaspoon Let us pause to look at the neat butter two eggs one half pint milk ful cf salt all sifted well together plowed edges of tho book before us two teuspoonfuls cream tartar one Mix with milk into a thin batter nnd Sco how closely lie those thin Hakes of teaspoon ful soda Hake one half hour bake at once on a hot griddle Once paper how many there aro in the mere Sauce One tenspoonful flour in one properly tested from this receipt no width of a span and then turn our eyes teacup of water two teuspoonfuls other buckwheat will find its way to in imngiimtion upward to our mighty column of accumulated sheets It now sugar one teaspoon ful butter Stir your table Domestic Cookery contains its appointed number and our this in one half pint boiling water ISoil a few minutes quadrillion of sheets of the Times su IN THE ROCKIES When cold add a perimposed upon each other and pressed little nutmeg or other seasoning Modern Hermit of tlio Snow la Their Â¬ AND HELPS Kejml BackwhMt THE SIZE OF A BILLION It I On account of tH4 Mtdwlatcr Faferjiew being held at San Francisco the Big Four Ilouto lmB placed la effect vkhy low jutwi from a ii itiiNTs on its rrcatsvetem of rail Hnnila Tna AnwlM Hll Knn TiVminliipn Diogo and other principal points lh Califor- Â¬ nia and tho West Northwest and South Â¬ west and will sell Uckots via either of its thrco gateways Bt Louis Cbioaoo or ProniA with return limit uutil April 80th dally to liu ofHolid vcstibulod trains run sleeping theso cities with elegant each cars privato compartment buffet sleeping cars parlor cars and dlningcarsand afford- i ng a tholco ot routes from Cleveland Cin cinnatl Columbus Springfield Dayton In - If so multilist the MMlM4r t CMfrt lr T We Om HwieW Pottwre ear cam of Catarrh that caanot b owed If laUs Catarrh Cure T J Chrxky Co Prop TeMe Qm We the HmlertUrnea bare know P Cheney for the hut 15 year and believe him perfectly honorable la all busoee er transaction And financially able to carfjp out any obligation made by their Jlrm West 9c Truax Wholesale Dragftets T ledo O Wafcliar Kinnan tJUarria Wholesale Druggiste Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure la take Internally acting directly oa the blood and mvoedi surfaces of the system Frlee7le per bottle Sold by all Drug gieto Testimonials free HaUa Family FlUstto - i -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Jin jon says that In this era of hotels and warding houses a wedding ring hmt a excellent servico is unexcelled ly any othor line and all persons going to uanromiatnis much of a homo circle ae It used to winter should by all means consult the Buffalo Courier nearest rcprcBOutatlvo of tho Big Four Ilouto for rates and all othor Information pertaining to tho Great West B D Mautin O P and T A Theres no Ipi E O McConMKK er any oea of Mangr Cincinnati O Pass Traffic wcarlnr cluuay TrtiMfJ ohafln which glvo only partkd relist Thk Dkjeoted Onk Jack I dont know cure at beet novorinjury but ottc what to do Hero aro a lod of bills and I inducing mulct great snggest somo havent cot a cent Cant ypu atrauUUofc inflammation way toraisothowindr Jack flow would anil death a draft do Princeton Tiger HBROTA1BBSK matter of how loner standlor Early Corn Over One Foot Long k1 or of what sure to prompter Snlzcr illustrates in a colored pi ato a and permsncntly cured without tue unue new early corn a giant of its kind and and without pain Another THROW IT AWAY k A diseases P offers 1804 00 Â¬ I into a compact mass has reached an al Â¬ titude of 47818 miles Those who havo taken tho trouble to follow mo thus far will I think agrco with mo that one million is a fearful thing and that As few can appreciate its real value for quadrillions and trillions they arc simply words mere words wholly in Â¬ capable of adquately impressing themselves on human intellect Loudon Times Oliver Wkxpell Holmes said a few days ago concerning Hawthornes well known diilidence It was always an adventure whether one would succeed in enticing Hawthorne into any thing like communicative intercourse He went his solitary way turougn me like a whale through the crowds of lesser fishes in the sea You might Btand in your boat and hnrl your har- Â¬ poon at him as he passed it was hit or miss If you succeeded in bringing him to he was genial enough company for awhile in his abstracted Olympian way If you missed him you would hardly have another chance for a year A Wisconsin man got a divorce be Â¬ cause his wife kept a servant girl who spit on tho frying pan to sco if it was hot enough to fry Sunday is like a stilo between the fields of toil where we can kneel and pray or sit and meditate longfellow Â¬ Â¬ In addition to this early Giant elded ln 1803 110 bushols per acre no lias over twenty otivor pro liflc field corns Ho has tho host foddor corn in tho world Ho is tho largest grower of farm seeds oats harloy wheat millet potatoes otc in America Fifty kinds of grasses and clovors If you will cut this out and send it with 15c to tho John A Salzer Seed Co La Crosse Wis you will recoivo a largo packnge of above Giant corn and his mammoth catalogue k cq in gold for thelargost ear in Triumph In Csnaervafivs Surgery whjh Â¬ of tho lower bowel knirc without pain or resort to tho no matter GHnnNTil m the Bladder PlUlN large is crushed pulvwlcdr and washed out thus avoldlnjr cutting PIES fUMOBS KSEJSfti promptly cure4 STRICTURE afsoTvewtSfou1 PatnpB Abundant References and hr lstson above diseases sent sealed in plain en Worltjs DJ8pn volopo 10 cts stamps sarv Mkdioai association Buffalo Wx cuttlnff Fikst BKUn Then both Herr Schulzo and Herr Lehmaun had made her an offer of inarriago which was tho lucky man Second Ditto Herr Schulzo Herr Leh Oberlauder Bote manu married her Kamcmbcr That tho Wisconsin Central has tho un qualified endorsement of nil it being tho most popular lino between Chicago and Milwaukee and St Paul Minneapolis and tho Northwest it is recognized as tho Pullman Lino between Chicago and Milwaukeo and Ashland Duluth and Lako Superior points That tho Wisconsin Central touches tho most prominent points in Wisconsin hav- Â¬ ing mora business centers tlian any railway to and from tho Northwest That its dining car servico is unsurpassed by any other line and that its representa- Â¬ tives will cheerfully furnish any informa Â¬ tion that may ho desired For full details regarding Rates Routes Folders Maps etc address your nearest ticket agent or Jas C Pond Gen Pass Agent Milwaukeo Wis Â¬ Â¬ The Greatest fledlcal Discovery of the Age KENNEDYS MEDICAL DISCOVERY DONALD KENNEDY cf ROXBURY MASS It - Â¬ Â¬ possession over two hundred certificates of Its value all within twenty miles of Send postal card for book Boston A benefit Is always experienced from tn first bottle and a perfect cure Is warranted when the right quantity Is taken When the lungs are affected it causes shooting pains liUe needles passing through them the same with the Liver or Whatasovero cold your land Â¬ Bowels This Is caused by the ducts be-Â¬ Bhioos Griggs Yes Sho sat in my ing stopped and always disappears in a lady has N Y Hor room for an hour yesterday week after taking It Kead the label uld If the stomach is foul or bilious It will Ucly Toniprr cause squeamish feelings at first Aro a product of bad digestion Your dys Â¬ Nociangeof diet ever necessary Eat peptic is almost Invariably a cross patch the best you can get and enough of it Tho wav to renow ehcorfulness of disposi Dnw nne tablesooonful in water at bed- tion and un euuablo tcmnor soured by indi T CM Kw uuuiubb A socirTY Hon is somothnoR fourd in tin gestion is to tako a courso of Hostettors UU1C js oumuj nil rViirrortcfc an ass Galveston News 9kiu of Stomach Bitters which not only banishes dyspepsia but also relieves biliousness con- Â¬ Some men aro visionary and some nv stipation chills und fover rheumatism and rislonury Young Mens Era kidney trouble Uso it with porsistenco UNO SjJCtas thrco times n day FXCURSKW A match looks harmless but it has oltcu taken a childs life Rams Horn He- - There goes Hntton in his new ovcr Sho cont What do yon think of him poor Its a Texasmule that doesnt work both He is simply out of siglit waslungton ways Sifthigs News FHOJff AND VTf a Z LOUISVILLE AXVCXNCWVATX An Important Dlftornco Tub tattoo artist has designs on bis cas toincrs Boston Transcript To mako it apparent to thousands who think themselves ill that they aro nbt af Â¬ SI Johvnv do you know tho ton command fected with any dlseaso but that tho systom Ml4ai88llri VAILEV HUVrK Woll only by sight Inter simply needs cleansing is to briug comfort mentsi Ocean homo to their hearts jus a costivo condition Is On February 8th March 8th April 9th 1894 easily cured by using Syrup of Figs Manu Â¬ Tin best reformer is a good performer factured by tho California Fig Syrup Co tir Forfurthur InformaUoa address your nenrau ticket aitont or Young Mens Era T B LYNCH GUjnl Passing Monoy isnt every Hi XiOTjxsirxXiXjjg ac sr Aohn c Fiumnkm is a virtue stubbornness a Bin thing scntimontally No but it gets practically Sho Hauls Horn every thing1 n Y Press AHTIRHEUMATfff HALMS Do von believe in love at first Hi ANTI CATARBHAL CHEWSNQ GUK Dr IloMles Curtain Crnrip Cnr Yonk- Thisi8SO sudden sight Slio Curan and Prevent Rheumatism lnii v Bent postpaid with beautiful souvenir snooa ers Statesman n Send 60c to A P Hoxsik Buffalo N Y Oii Lady from the country at tho lnco JjWtZHwMtona ll l1rn lira iiinii Vyiiiun iuo XUOaOOO Hfllilt H Five dollars a yard oh That exhibit Tnu neighbors bulldog may toach a man uilbjrtlie Madleal Faculty Bona for tu idoi Philadelphia to lead a chased life Florida Times Union must be all wool aint it H II J II1I1L III flfin Ulhltnrf Record Stiver Stamp or Vata Kate Wholesome Speedy for coughs Wouk that is dashed off with enso is Pleasant Halos Honey of Horehound und Tar tt bo first dragged on by painful degrees Pikes Toothacho Drops Cure in ono minute must Youug Mens Era Horns Siekc A cynic is sugar turned to vinegar What did you do when May ac- Young Mens Era CiioLLY Chappio UI blow a kiss at cepted von Bond to th uudertlcrned for a FnKllCOIVf Truth her Tub irritation which induces coughing 1H94 KIHTION of tho abora Jlook I uso or Urowni fuiriu A Maini man smoked a cigar won from u Immediately relieved by only in boxes me Agiiuuituiai Sold UroHchlal 2 rochet nuinuuiiwai ASIflniaZfr slot machine and fell dead of thncontiln tiavaraedbv tlm Illinois CVntrnl iZ Philadelphia Record If industry is no moro than a habit 18 TrnnrMutMUUlipIand Lou In it a J vifruH Au1 A UllnoUUcBtraMllt MuBcUnlrjVwl Do you boliovo lovo ia at least au excellent ono Miss Oushiy dsee When I Mr Hard Heablind N somo of his work Im positivo ho is Â¬ 1 -- Has discovered in one of our common pasture weeds a remedy that cures every kind of Humor from the worst Scrofula down to a common Pimple He has tried It In over eleven nunurca cases and never failed except in two cases He has now in his both thunder humor e NEW SOUTl O O 2 RATp S W T i-- s t -- VJ r iun ffi I IT K J kv - 1 Â¬ uuuilil1111 diirti I QnilTUCDM h V il Man-slot-- er Y PresB Many a man will open tho frout door foi discontent who tries nia best to keep our glars out of his house Rams Horn A Sixth street shoeinolcor has hung out a sign with tho legend Miallts made to Philadelphia Record measure IsfheMAStEl JACOBS OIL CURE for T PAINS Heals AND ACHES - s Â¬ rto lM ooica rur lOI Cures the Sores Fine Fannin v PWHihCa WIUSSOL AV A V 80 ACktar Mm aBJBHF KMLUHM i4i SI n sr Running aad mop wbo kava weak ana or Atlk maucHiiaHta nto oir xor f jii- - irt CBswBiitlv HM Serpents Sting i ri neck-les-un- Cs VAniaglUUb tll I Blood by SSS Obstinate sores and ulcers yield to its healing powers It removes the poison and builds up the system A valuable Traatice oa H In all ts stages completely eradicated COBISHMIOB mobW UK Sola thMuuuKM M ii if not eTrroar Ithaa aotlnluM toiaa MHgh HTtt It tu -j Poison Treatment The Dtsaate sad Its mailed Fr CO SWIFT SPECIFIC Atlanta G A Jf K fK 1 8 St Louis lUipwbllo ti WKKK WSmiNI I JMWJ V jp W fyci mJjffjT jLm i mrm va --J ktfh ij-r-- iTr JIxuT i r- - f sn t EJ 1 wZi - itvnyTrijurBjn 0 MWUIUWUI III HI Mil pw iwwfiw mmm ooofm T Editor Bwjssi Tuurday HAZEL GREEN KY March 29 1894 f yr The Democratic county commtttco nro No better time than now for the In Timoroii the courtesy of Hon Nich Â¬ diatrs to take our little town Most of requested to meet at tho court Iioumo In the town o Ofttnpton at 11 oclock n olas McDowell commissioner we are In our men alt our candidates and a few in Monday April 2 1801 A full at receipt of the tenth biennial report of the of our ladies have gone to West Liberty bureau of agriculture labor and statistics Hut the following gives us consolation tciHlnuco Ih carncHtly requested IcHUft Jrcat Slienliertl oitlie wlicep of tho state of Kentucky It is a very II Ft lJKiurr Ohatrmnn To Tliue for help we cry j elaborate publication giving a brief his- Â¬ Thv little iloelc in afetv keep O the wolf Is nigh With tho present lttauo Thk IIkkald tory statistics and map of every county begins Ita tenth uucecwdvo year of ruc in tho state It also shows tho assessed lie conies of 0 i h tnnlice full To scatter tear and slay valuo of tho counties etc It gives the though wlillo in its HwndilUng tsewi lie seizes cverv straggling soul clotliCH it had to combat all aorta of names of tho counties comprising the As his own fnvftil prey various congressional senatorial repreobstacles to gain a footing Nino yearn Us Into Thy protection take And gather with Thy arm flo It V a Htrangor ItiaHtrango land sentative and judicial districts together Unless the fold we first forsake born undor adverau clrcumatanccs and witli United States and state officials The wolf can never hurm brought forth in povorty Step by step circuit judges and commonwealth attorWc luugh to scorn his cruel power It worked ita way up and in an incredibly neys with addresses timo of holding While hy our Shepherds side abort timo atood in tho front rank of circuit quarterly and county courts in Tht- sheen he never can devour Unless he first divide country uownpuporo Never content to each county Considerable space is given bo a laggard it aeon paired ita contempo Â¬ to the modo of culture of tobacco and O do not stiller him to part The souls that here agree raries in tho raco for popular favor in in fact tho report is tho most compreliut make us of one mind and heart hensive one ever issued by the bureau Eaatorn IContucky it wan favorably And keep us one in Thee WlNULKSS commented upon by both the pcoploaud MOHOAX COUNTY NKWH tho press of tho entire state and then its 11m Want Tho Nown Kol Kvoliitloiiit fame spread to tho continent of Europe Fakmkks Rowan Co Ky Hon O H f March 23 1894 In Franco and in Sunny Spain itspraisea visiting in town Swango and wifo were last week Editoii Hkraid bavo boon sung for several years and A pretty little daughter of Charley Dear Sir Find enclosed 50 cents for damsols of Devonshire in England luivo Sample is visiting in this locality which you will send Tin Hkrald six dignified ita columns by tho donation of Kollin and N 1 How of Magofliu months to the above address I suppose many article In brief wherover tho county are visiting C C Sulyer at this Ill have to take it politics or no politics for I want the news and I think it is English language is spoken or tho French place T M Pierntt has just returned from a about as good n medium as I can get it has been translated into German and through Spanish Tin llrit a i d is known Hut business trip to Cincinnati and other Well I have located at this place to points few country pnpora Imvo over attained nnwtiVn mv nrofossion I find it a verv Spencer Fannin of this place lias livelv little town of about GOO inhabi so much prominence in a lifo time as invented an extension ladder ami has tants As it is located on the C O Tin lli iiAM has in less than a decade made application for a patent railroad and on tho bank of the Licking Yet wo havo never raised tho price of J M Picratt recently had 70 acres river thoro is consequently considerable sown in grass oi in oats and id acres business carried on in lumber stone etc subscription or materially increased the which destines tins place to become a advertising rates and either class are broke for corn all in five days Yolney Nickel requests mo to say prosperous town in the near future The still heartily welcomed Wo might go nothing about his horse swapping and her charter and has on and write column after column about getting cheated every time and 1 have town has recently got officers a full corps of now preserv- Â¬ tho esteem in which it is hold by those agreed to keep mute ing law and order has splendid sidewho know it best and the respect accorded A H lieratt of this place a few days walks good church and school buildings it by chance acquaintance but it will ago planted a part of his corn crop Ho with a solcct school now going on mak in sufllco to quote a fow expressions viz now lias a force of hands going over the it a very desirable place to live I have formed u partnership in the Held putting quinine in each hill as a It is tho mascot of tho mountains remedy for chills F M Carpractice of medicine with tho wizard of Wolfe champion of ter also in the drug business So you Elder J A Howard was in town last s Wm niko walk and a Democratic dia Friday ami mivo the following statement see the microbes and the in pood shape up mond that should reflect its rays in every of his meeting at Pleasant llun 105 by these will jjet done old Esculapius disciples of additions ill of which were by baptism homo in the reglob in which It is pub With more anon I am vours truly JG being baptized at one time M C Kash M I lished Tho paltry sum of one dollar Married by Itov S M Carrier on silver national banknote or gold will Wednesday ovoninir March 21 at West bring it to you overy Issuo for fifty two Liberty fhifnrd Pieratt of Kzol and First Examination of Applicants weeks and wo will bo obliged to every miss hlne Alaxey ol West Liberty friend who will send us in onu now sub- Attendants Curtis Quieksall mid Miss To teach in Scholastic Year iU 05 Margaret Pieratt Tho happy couple will be held the scriber If our friends will do this much with attendants also Clarence Mnzoy for us wo can soon double our subscrip- and Miss Minnie Niekcll W II Jones FIRST FRIDAY in tion list and then wo will give you so and Mrs Loulii Pieratt came to Kzol You bo an Applicant goqd a paper that to take another would Thursdav where the young couple will Will soon begin housekeeping Aro Tou Proparod to Stand tho Tost be tho veriest folly And now is the It now appears that tho railroad ques and Merit a Cortilioato timo to aubsuribol question has about taken on final shape 1 had the pleasure of hearing Mr Bruns certlficales First Second ami Third Mitch of our space is this week given and otheis speak on the subject at West will he uooil in respectivelyflas Meoinl mid til st to a history of Major Uarak 0 Thomas Liberty Monday The company asks third olass sehools us to nuiiilier of jtiipils of Lexington and Ids wonderful success Morgan coynty to give 25000 which is reported hy Sehool tensus of ISM What Mass Vrtliieate do you hold lo you not in raising thoroughbreds Wo have a to bo used in building bridges said want n lietter If you hold u First Class bridges to ho used for both and double purpose in this First wo repro public travel by wagons etcrailroad a certificate do vou not want hetter prepara It was duce tho Rrtlclo as a compliment to our moro enthusiastic meeting than I have tion old friend Major Thomas than whom yet seen in any of my dreams about 100 thoro Is not a truer man in Kentucky people being present and when an ex meeting was taken on the pression of aid secondly wo liopo that the story of subject not the a dissenting voice was heard success under adverse circumstances llllUT wliKoncouraKO tho farmora of Eastern Our Special Spring Courc for Teachers NtllitVH SmiNhluo KcutvVpky and especially of tho moun havo the promise of several new sub- will begin I tains o breed for tho best in raising scribers to Tin HrHAU next week Dr II G Chancy is at Ico City this MONDAY horso RtSok When It costs no moro to For a term of Ten weeks breed and raise n good colt that will bring week on professional business He talks of locating at that place a high prico than it does to raiso a com Â¬ Andy Huskirk and John Chancy In this Course we propose to meet the have mon oolt that will sell for only a low rented tho Widow Asher farm and Hoon wants of teachers IMUclallv and will give them a thorough review of all the Common iijgure wo wonder that our farmers can Philips has moved into the house vacated School branches with special instruction in vurliv school inuntikeinent and nsvcholocv These bo so blind to their own intorcsts as to by James Strlcklin cortuU contlnuothe latter practice and wo hope Circuit court convened at West LPerty classes will begin on the above date Knter ami nc prepared lor the ghborhood was repre Â¬ tliemventure the assertion vx examination Monday iho oil This We Well qual imL after reading tho article hero re sented by only three grand jurymen ified teachers will be in demand orlirl ferred to they will make up their minds Mason Jones Uieen Clmuey and J F AW You can take this Course for 20 as fob to mend their ways Tho article on our Close respectively The boys will catch lows tl as tllMtt first and eighth ptiges is taken from tho it now Hoard 10 weeks 20 00 iniHkv Tuition 10 weeks 00 Hiram and Joe Unig returned Thurs v w n voiv uiv 1 00 OlMl Matriculation day from tho Mt Sterling court They which paper wo arc Indebted for the cuts ti I report dull times in tho market of cattle The regular courses of study Th picture of Major Thomas falls to do horses etc They purchased tho finest sued in all other departments aswill be pur heretofore blutok him justjee though it is a fair likeness jack for 500 that has ever been in this W H COIU Principal A lt kii The writer hopes that his success may country March G 1814- JBilow llovs J A Howard and W W continue forever as lie Is deserving of avcrv Fhlpps returned Monday from May town all tfuUxHimeatohlm new J It XWANCIO where they have been a short time T O JOHNSON Htixol Green Camptou yrowt1 preaching Howard reorts I4SO added Hon Jo M Kkndaix of Floyd coun to Christian Union and 37 baptised this JOHNSON SWANOO ttmi l ty tali weK anuounceu n our paper being his report for March He goes ATTORNEYS-AT-LArvitm N u candidate for congrcse from the from hero to tho Walter school house on rnns Will He is so well known to the heud of lied river the first Sunday in cuit practice in the Wolfe county and cirith district courts Collections pmuintly made km April to begin h meeting ptple of the district that anything The wedding prophesied last week and abstracts of title iuriiislied on short or I tataht y by way of introduction took place on last Saturday evening notice tlw fivl ttld eetw superfluous Ah the succee- - Mr Tauda Niekcll was married to Misa FLOYD BYRI to hk bAtetd fatber He wane quite Hue Caskey at tho residence of the Campton Kv Urideu father Thomas Caskey Ko ipMtftiM m me nnywKwu tour ATTOKNEY-AT-LA- W There was otllclathiff cm4 many favorable comment Harry Littlewedding on Lower Jriwey alao afcethcr Altstmcts of title furnished collect for hk epeecHet and the wor lie at iM waie time tWo groom Mr John tioHi wade ami prompt returns xiiHrautecd fd tk wi Me KttibluoM to ei warier went on in pretensu ot kouik a i ounrciru wuh incitiw nrnioi wrtou v wav it mrt for Etoieru Kentucky to nnuif Ntm returacu n tew nour litter to Mt Sterling Ky In civil practUc be located at Jackson and through his eflbrls at Unit lime wo arc likoly to pc euro this legislation in tho near future Ifo was also tho father of tho bill for an appropriation for a public bunding at Mt Sterling U he same ambition that prompted him to introduco these bills and stand by them until they were favorably reported on now prompts 1dm to nsk for another term that ho may com pleto the work so well begun and introduco and have passed yet other bills that will be beneficial to his constituents and the territory in which ho lives and to the advancement of which the energies of his young manhood have arc and will continue to be directed Â¬ Â¬ Itov Peyton and demanded marriage The knot was tied and he returned home to the great surpriso of his parents at Ids having caught such a wonderful fwli Willis Lykius with Miss Phujlm cMI - mJWWB OXjPnt Arjr i i WWI r vr i Mrr Mnjtiwn AIImhIIc We nro glad to rejiort that Miss H03I0 Lee Krish Is much improved Easter has come and brought its usual storm and fire is n pleasant today as the shade was last week Mr and Mrs W P Samnlo visited the families of J 1 Cecil and Frank Sample at Kzcl Saturday and Sunday Win II Lawson has bought the M W Picratt property on Main and Mill street Win J Lawson has moved to the properly and will build a fine store house OVERCOATS J r XJ Jlj HALF PRICE you THIRTY DAYS INI II lliilill HIM II lr 1 1 1 1 1 1 Â¬ Every Coat marked in plain figures You divide the former price by 2 and get the price NOW wi jfNone reserved Everything goes ir Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ T Jtl jC L 6 STRAUS LEADING V L xr U I I 1 11 Clothiers Tailors Furnishers Main and Limestone Streets mw llllllllll Urn LEXINGTON r KY Wi5 1 T I Â¬ I want all your Good Buttor and will pay 12 l 2c a ponnd for It IlllllllllllllllllllllllUJIIllHlllllllllfirfv i p ft mmmmiirrSiSSiSiSS rv y Jtiggs f K2 lr iSXmttViA luc a aozen jjj g Â¬ rP bacillus-tuber-culosu- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ June And when you want to get the BEST GOODS for the LEAST MONEY you will find that I can accommodate you in every particular I have a large stock to select from and whether you buy or not I will be pleased to see you every time you come to town Wishing your continued good will and patronage I remain Yours to please JOHN M ROSE is 1S04 Hnzel Green Ky Jan 2G i iv l mT Â¬ Â¬ mmmm 4m m lipr mmmsmssmwssi J33M6DEa Times are hard and I havent pressed you but Id like to have a little inonev now WIS Â¬ HazeiGreenflcaoemy a Wfto is Your Frienff rrr rr7n vlvl i Â¬ APRIL 2nd jSR IIJ mMJ vK W W 0 When this question goes around the Husiness Circle the answer comes back Cl The one who can give the best values for the least mones Having been in the J market at a season when the jobbers were cleaning up I have been able to pur- - UJ liive me Jp chase some rare bargains which shall be the gain of my zustomers your cars wnue l quote you prices 7o and up Mens Heavv Overcoats Ladies Cloaks 200 and up CO 0 Ladies Fine Shoes Indies Coarse Shoes Mens Fine Shoes 200 Mens Jleavv Kip Hoots 100 a goon i unco at ntuy cents per yarilw NO TIMK but MOKK fiOODS FOIt THK MONKY than fan be had elsewhere Very respectfully Ac CAMPTON KY ij m a -- i p G Â¬ big iK v Â¬ Â¬ Dealer Largest J TAYLOR ill 167 Race tS4 W ROBINSON W at 1 General Merchandise on a Cash Basis Stock FRIDiiSRi q r DAY 9 Lowest Prices i i V Vi ktbat W B165 JW A- msmLj i i Â¬ Tho leudhis house for FANCY DRY GOODS FURNISHING GOODS nmi NOTIONS1 Alwnvs lmvo Big Drives Snecinl nttontion to IttH Ordory II PHILLIPS WITH Street CINCINNATI O JLO A M KERR tm CO i Hariwar - a r i A vrrmAri uamkVln 4 --- i wy vxwui MYtfMfctfouv tn t r j woriaiynr f Tnv l- s Vjjrv tne lOHUKrS IX HI carpente D h MAUPIX WITH M 1 -- - I i vl WHOLICSALE nvui mmiimn i vi r wc DRY GOODS NOTIONS HOOTS SIIOEH CATIKTTSIIUKO r r koii - tt tctoxmmz mru IV a - r f8ty r V JH y In tb O wife V W- k nt W t I S I 9- 1 - 3 HI E5ALD I ANNOUNCEMENTS For Congress i are authorized to juuouiicc JQSKPH lhNOALI of Floyd county Kentucky a a candidate for Congress from thu Tenth tongrcsMonal District subject tu the action of the Democratic puny Wo i r cratic party Wc arc authorized to announce MAKCUS LIbLh of Clark ioumv as u candidate lor Congress from the Tenth Congressional District subject to the action or the Demo Â¬ For Sheriff We are nuthorizuil to announce SAM JIENKY WILSON as a candidate for sherill of olfe county subject only to the will of the people at the polls in November 1SU Lota of fun and no vulgarity at Acad emy Hnll Saturday evemnjr March Ul Â¬ AyersSarsaparillacuresblood diseases eradicates impurities and renews the vital forces quarters in Kentucky for sewing ma chines and supplies Writo him for bottom prices P L Reese at Mt Sterling is head- Â¬ Â¬ Hairs Hat r Renewer renders the hairl lustrous nnu silken givesitan even color and enables women to put it up in a great variety of stiles Henry Pieratt has moved to the resi- Â¬ dence formerly occupied by his father and the latter has moved to that just vacated by Henry Fail not to see Mrs Bob Robinson in her laughable afterpiece You Nebber Sed Nuflin Like Dat at Academy Hill Saturday March 31 5 I - fail to go and see Master Harry Robinson in his challenge jig dance genteel song and dance Irish reel etc at Academy Hall Saturday evening Â¬ Dont Â¬ The lower room of Mizpah Lodge ball will b lit ted up for traveling entertainments For this purpose a stage will be erected and seats provided and the hall will be rented at a nominal figure r Dont fail to go and witness Mr Geo Parento Americas younfj equilibrist in his chair pyramid act flying trapeze and black face acrobat silence in fun etc at Academy Hall Saturday evening March 81 Lrr City JuriU iu nml sec Mr IJob Robinson conic 11 David Linden attended circuit court voealiat appearinc in his queer lian nntl quaint quizzical sayings Dutch Irish nt West Liberty this veck I few unci rsegro characters nt Academy Hall rsclMin Oliancy ana wifa JJmve Imvu Saturday March 11 vmttng their cousin U UT UhWy rc A M Nk tccll salesman for J T Day of pine Fou saik About 600000 feet nml poplar timber near the mouth of made a larc shipment of produce to Swifta creek ami about one milo from Hazel Green this week Horn to the wifo of U B Allen on Ked river For terms see tht 24th inst a girl -- on tho same date P Howk 10 U the wife of R M Elani a boy Camp ton Ky Rose Bros have nearly a The railroad meeting at West Liberty large two story storo housecompletedwill which on Monday was a very enthusiastic ono bo one of the best In justice to ourselves we business houses in and the crowd in town that day was the town largest that has been eon on the first J L Burkhart of this place has rout Â¬ havo adopted tho Cash Sys Â¬ Mr day of circuit court for years Hroas submitted a proposition that if ed land from J H Cottlo and will move to tem And every living crea Â¬ the county will vote 5000 payable in it Xon and Solla Back has moved to the E II Hnddix farm 20 years to build bridges etc Morgan buys goods from this Dr H G Chancy of Morgan county ture shall have the road Ihc sense of the be that tho sum would has located bore for tho purpose of prac Â¬ people seemed to be either voted or raised by subscription tising his profession Tho doctor recently date will bo requiied to pay returned from Louisvillo where ho atÂ¬ The fact that the people of West Lib tended medical lectures His character erty Tnsisted upon tho Robinson family as a physician is widely known which showed Tuesday night repeating Married on tho 28d inst Mr Harlan the performance on Wednesday night Dykes to Miss Lizzie Lindon Rev W should convince our people that tliey S Maddox ofiiciating and still thcro are can see a good performance at the Acad- more to follow Wo do this because we are Wo will not at present emy on Saturday night Mr Robinson mention tho romantic ovents connected will Friday night just after the school with this Those who owe wedding Wo will just men- Â¬ driven to entertainment give a few specialty acts tion here for the benefit of Hazel Green that the peoplo mnv see tho character of young ladies that if any of them want will not pay When you road the show on Saturday night when they to marry thov neednt turn Hnxtnn mrl will laugh and grow fat and go to Oklahoma for a lover but just this ask yourself the question come to Le City and they will find Aenilfliny Notiof young swains that will gladly Do I owe Co Jesse Halsey resumed his studies last plenty benedicts become Monduv Our farmers aro now industriously en anything Joseph Taulbee returned Monday and gagnd iu preparing the ground for their is at work again in the school room And if so wait to be Examinations this week in physiology corn crop having taken advantage of Kentucky history and practical arith- tho favorable weather during the month of March They havo sown a larger dunned but come and pay or metic I S Farmer left for his home last acreage of oats than usual their object Sunday He will return in time for the beinj more to set their land in grass than in 10 days you will hear it the prospective profit from their oats entertainment Friday night Let the chnpel at the academy be crop Wo will just here remark that thunder crowded tomorrow Friday night The the iucrchant of this place havo not rich supplied thiM market with moro than entertainment promises to be 1 hanking you for past fa Â¬ halt enough grass seed to tho great detracy rare and riment of the farmers Wo hopo that A D Lacoy is attending court this week at Salyersville His brother of condition of affairs will not occur again vors and hoping to merit a Lickburg will return with him and will The energy industry and perseverance of our farmers remind us that they have good share of your trade we take the teachers course adopted the old adage that The man II B Allen of Lykins and Miss Lou Respectfully Maxey of Maytown will be among the who takes care of the stock and the farm arc number who will enroll next Monday to will soon find that tho stock and the farm will take care of him And take the teachers course Some half dozen young men have enWavtkd 1000 fat hens for which I F tered the contest to decide who shall will pay 4c per pound livo weight H academy in the declama Bring em along represent the John M Rokk tory contest to be held at Winchester wllK5JfisCwB8 - m m mm iIrvVciTVlJCY HT 11 Capital FLOYD DAY PrvRliieMl 5Q fipot Gash that j p fcoiEI Ciwfctftl accommodate yen jHTMuney to loan oh reWHbl Call on ms aeetiHM Manage eatimy tty horn fM whe kHOYH and whe are alwavt rtudj No lkak Ih KaotorH KentHckY Jim tar vaults aer better frelll tie for ktplMj y r p J T tueky HAZEL GREEN KY Nells DA - Is the only merchant In Wolfe county yJ Â¬ SOUTH BEND iOHILLED the celebrated 41 PLOI t and be respectfully invites farmers to Z and examine It before purchailas Â¬ it BEN WILLIAMSON r CO CATLETT8llUlti KY Solo agenU lor XorthcantcrH Ki - WE BARMNCEIt WITH Pieratt Cane f Dni IMS Co dont Successors to Carter Dros A T Â¬ Importers and JobborK BUY W AND NOTIONS 0v iiuHiii LOUISVILLE KY Patronngo of the mountain n erchar most respectfully solicited til Â¬ W IBI FYVIF aclu ItKllUCKKNTlNd all bU anc be M r I In SANFORD VARNER Â¬ PIERATHCO i 7 wholenalo dealers In Â¬ flXOVHXNC 121 xi PJ I am now prepared to offer my service in the line of dressmaking bonnets- etc T cut by chart and will keep the very latest styles and do the cheapest work of Vy body in Hazel Green - Mus Naxxii Clark Hon M C Lisle the present congressman from this district is announced in this ibsue of our paper The announce- Â¬ ment did not reach us until too late to makeeditorial comment that pnge having leen printed Hence we defer it until Â¬ next week Sterling Elsewhere will be seen the advertisement of Hoflmans Insurance Agency Mt Sterling Ky which includes the best life fire and accident companies and those who wish insurance can not do better than write to A Hoffman Mt Â¬ Rates reasonable 19 Miss Mattie Please change my paper from Pearl Texas to 1706 S 12th ctreet Waco Texas I go there for a O Quicksall writes Under date of March time Am enjoying the sunny south land lovely Dixie out to me there is no pVcelike my dear old Kentucky home Â¬ h T - Ourlitttecity wns visited last Saturday by a minsrel troupe from Mt Sterling who gave performance at thcAcademy Hall forfthe benefit of the mountain Ho doubt the show was a good people one but uS to the present time we have been unnbl to find a single person who acknowledges to having seen the performance Â¬ 6- - The ex confederates of Wolfe county will hold a meeting at Campton on Tues- Â¬ day next for the purpose of organization and to select delegates to attend the reunion at Birmingiiam Ala on April 25th and 2Gth 1804 a fuller account of which meeting we will publish iu next weeks paper In the meantime do not forget that ntxt Tuesday is the day for the meeting at Campton Tho West Liberty brass band assisted by several young ladies of tho town gave an entertainment nt tnat place on ion day night andVealized thesum of 3420 which is fortbe benefit of the band to buy uniform t Tho boys play quite well for the practice they have had and the entertainment on Monday night demonstrated tieyond doubt that West Liberty has somo first clns amateur talent that wiia a little more practice would develop giod actors Some of the young Indies inWhe soveral plays were just too sweet but as our netter J is close byaudmajsee this we daro not say too much alxit their winning ways V L tlford Davis Ben V Hamilton J Will IPerry Ambrose J Cottle D C Lewi iJames W Wheeler P M Ratlifl F f Kiose James WrhrhtEdw Brown J Jo Tho following a list of the jurors serving at tho present term of Morgan circuit court Grahd jury Hen FNick oil foreman Johh M Williams Green Oluiney John IU Wheeler Mason W Jones Reuben Cock X IS Oakley J V Oakley James K Cock Sylvester Hil Â¬ ton feorco Ward John T Caudle Jotit llirors Frank Fannin John S McLtuire Geo W McGuire H M Fan- Ruin William Hrvant T N Barker San- -- n iV ugate Elijah Cockran Robert Bartley r Oaklev D 1 Mdvenzio Tsaac Oflce C W Cecil r 1 The following old students visited the academy recently Miss Lula Kash town Miss Etta Swango Toliver Miss Lou Maxey Maytown Messrs W A Jones and J W Rowland Salyersville From that old complaint when you can be The music class is doing good work permanently cured by an and making rapid progress Quite a number of young men are taking voice culture while the young women and girls arc manipulating the ivory of the piano forte Win Culbertson is outing at Hig Stone He got tired of school life and Gap Others have been cured why not you work and determined to see the country No ono knew of his whereabouts until he wrote to his father from Frozen Disease Cured Without Medicine Acadkmitj Creek Not an electric belt or battery but a wim WOLFE COUNTY SKWS ple honip treatment which Cannes the ntirc body of the patient to absorb Cnmptoii Currency Died a few days since the infant of Pleas Campbell of Bear Pen creek J T Day of your place passed thro town Monday en route home from WiniuAxk yor neighbor about it if he chester can not tell you write to us for one of our On last Friday night Deputy Marshal W A Byrd arrested James Roberts jr books ticut free and Elisha Roberts charged with moon shining and took them to Jackson SaturIlATTI GltKKN KY March 101891 day to have an examining trial Messrs DuIloiM A Webb Louisville Ky James P Hall has purchased of G T Gentlemen Through the kindness of Mr Center his mill at this place together Spencer Coopr editor of the HaKI with all the machinery attached thereto This is a good lot of machinery and iitKKN JlKltAlD I was afforded un opportunity to try the efficacy of your Electro ought to be made to do good work and I must say that it acted like III was in town poihe Mr Hoag of Chicago during the past week looking after some magic almost i miracle to me I was taken land that he had titles for embraced in down with iuflimatory rhcumatitim on the tho old Reynolds patent but after a lib iiiHt and lit 24 bourn my legs were swol thorough investigation of tho master he len and my limbs ached with pain almost decided that his title was not of the best unbearable I had no use of elbow hips and concluded to let er go knees or feet and in thU lielplcsii condition J J Byrnes and Stephen Borders of I continued to ufTer until the 0th when Mr Menefee county were in town Thursday Cooper came and offered to iuc the Klectro- and Friday attending the taking of somo I had no faith whatever but like a depositions on tho part of the plaintiff point drowning man latching at a Mtraw consent in a suit pending in the Menefee circuit court in which Joseph Led ford is plain ed to its use In four hours the pain left my leg to which the polite was attached tiff and Stephen Borders defendant and I coutiiiui i to grow better until the Quito a number of boys are being sus pended from school here on account of following Monday when I was able to nit violation of the rules and regulations of tin all day and had not a pain about me the school Boys should learn to obev Today lPlhI jcsumcd my husincHH and the rules of the school and the laws of feel as well as I ever did I should add that the county and this will insure them just two ytttrs ago I was confined to my bed success in life A school without order for four months by a similar attack that the is a failure and order is what our teach- poise might have cured iu four days I UK ers seem determined to have The good people of the town are standing by them IIKVK not- and hope all who are afllicted as I was wll try the same remedy and will continue to do so Oretefuriy yours F N DAY Joe Little Clarence Little J Bunyan We are acquainted with the facts iu this Thomas Gillespie havo Wireman and been arrested charged with tho killing Case and can vouch for tho truth of the of Stone the mail carrier who was found above J Taylok Day dead under a cliff near Torrent station JSO II IIKUATT a few days ago and who was suppo ed 1 It Jamkh to havo been killed by falling over the Nothing la ever received no many testi The case came clifT while intoxicated front trustworthy persons many of continued until monialsare known to u up yesterday but was W cstcrn Jtccorder whom tomorrow for the procurement of wit Louisville His condition and ogition nesses etc The Klerropise Is a mystery to me when found if reports bo true makes it alniohta itilfucltKlder John I Itodgcrs look a little suspicious that he was not In ono nit tit the Klectropoisu relieved me killed by fnlhng over the cliff but came of congestion of the brain und vertigo we Uev ieo 1 Mein tpvington Ky to his death by sonio foul means understand that something nice bullet A freud of mint was entirjjy cured of the ho es have been found in his clothing opium habit uiiih the Klcn tropoiscv Hev but we do not v ouchTfur the truthfulness W W llliio Hiiitoiivlllc i y of this E W Tolson Is alhthccused of The Klectrorto n a wonderful Instru having been connected wltnhe affair ment and it niore wonderful as to how it but he has not been arrested Since tho docs its work V t it does itr T 1 C UrJn- death of Stone he lias joined the stand ley Plows Louisville Ky ing army There m considerable excite Â¬ ISjwIVITCI A nuoicn wuivw V V ment and f U h a murder at alljt must Friday June 1 SUFFER rtTVtJtogJto LSJPL SS ami 123 Second Stroot ai4 GO GO 2M PORTSMOUTH The trade of Kastera Kentucky respectfully solicited ii - v Is i Â¬ n i ii ii ii i i mm O W UOTEL LELAHD Losingtorf 1 8 It 1IUOOKS Iroprletor New Huildlugl Kleetriu Kluvatorl las and KMctrla f xn xn HrjO M fcrj Heated rntigtout a iay tmt i Hot Water Comu audS4e businesH center and iIcik lt nunriki M Itespectfullv me f Iacria Py Â¬ A LLEN HOUSE liEK CTIMKY Â¬ OXTMN i 11 shoS H Q wa 3 S The above house is utlHpcu to lliffi the patronage strited Tablfl best the country allonlriJwftisJcbjULKi sonable Uood stable and care oHfcrsjjl II v mu a call C II AILKN 31 1m Proprietor I in and 8 The CoblHi4JQ1UMBi8llL Â¬ Â¬ oo OO HAPPY Â¬ ka i w - m V COMING BOB Forest W HtHK A LtviKO ill make the season or iMHa V to lMt colT money due when nr4- - m Sjonewll1 K JV Â¬ Â¬ BOBP Â¬ Musical Concert and Specialty COMPANY ACADEMY 150 LAUGHS IN 150mINUTES EALL J ibis Stallion will bo at the stablos horse ofil II Cecil one mile from hzel the fin and third weeks of each month and at W CI Henrys VA miles west of West Libert the necond and fourth weeks of each wo nt IlKHtllllTIOKANDPlCHIOKKK llaybU J nnilllll inn J iiiMiiiniiivni Hired In Miinihrliwt l nrfil b Itv Koil Wij 9 est Jr ho by Hlms Ned Torrst he by Al cxanders Kdwin Korestt first darn by itrino uijici secona iihii uv tStOHewaJPil third dam by Sir Archie first dam by llrownsKtouuwall second doM by Tom Crowder third bv ilalPa Cofftr bottom fourth d a uy via raney tty JHms Drown Pilot X vs1 Good care wil wiKen or mat a left with us hut will not pnnsibie for eeWn should any occur mh i per tunhtk HE CECIL It mm wiMMrty Ky IVI Â¬ SATUKDAY Admission 1A marcn 31 Maf Hesorvid Heats IK cents Doors open at ilJ0 Performance at 7W and LT centx I DINGFELDEIl WITH JjlioisoiiionoiiCQ Importers and Jobbers ol i XWWMwyM COMMISSIONErS C C JlHtikM ad in r M0TICK Â¬ Wolfo Clrcalt CowrL PJnlMlJii Â¬ DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS - Nos 537 G39 ami 54- 1- Â¬ 1lti crime avis V oi ihc woire cirtifit HHiir an uruur in iMijifove lykj tm will fCVwrfcOik7 in Camptit Ky from t Us MHU Uy pt X LOUISVILLE KY 1MM MHlll Ike J 84k 1 f AmilUim rtcelvnajid Mm g UimH i IIOUSH - mm wn QOMItS imi iivti OAMPTOX KY toeceuetii xhm wtai m rt tutfm wr lh him aaii proyea ih the ukc jwecNHi m viiJOP N KOPBIKTOR v t atWha 1 aewirrM i j um J tit rnn aixii md The piirosB85 fiii traveliHkr oMkllo ll fivt able the bW m4 rtprctfo Jycwls Hpcncer ct al Notice Is hereby ivea to tkw fredttni j i Hpeucer iieceHSHtaat Me under aKRlust ITt laity i -- Wc8t Malt Street ci commissioner attySrnfo ktsrrf i JmMfX jr i him -- j orgcMs Mr 9jb4TH Hlfil A SBiBIflBlilnBBBEEiMHMQIIfllftiHBRiflTM t iSHVdVKHHHBMMr WKkHHBVVMWPnMw ft HfiMMV T I i WJiTTT MT WWW fVAIlMMBMPP V rij W p Tj YW r V ct -- I i horizon lies a lontf chain o mountain peaks with their ruirrt summits ilecked with snow In this ffroat stretch of country tluv 0 is no sijn of life nor of anythlijf appertaining to life There is no bird In the steel blue heaven no inurement upon the dull pray earth -- Ahove all there is abso- Â¬ lute silence Listen as one may there is no shadow of a sound in all that inltfhty wilderness nothing but silenco complete and heurt snhduhiff silence It has been said there Is nothing ap- Â¬ pertaining to life upon the broad plain That Is hardly true Looking down from the Sierra Illanco one sees a pathway traced out across the desert which winds away and Is lost In tho extreme distance It is rutted with wheels and trodden down by the feet of many adventurers Here and there are scattered white objects which glisten in the sun aud stand out against the dull deposit of alkali Ap- Â¬ proach and examine thorn They are bones some large and coarse others smaller and more delicate Tho for- Â¬ mer have belonged to oxen and the latter to men I or llfteen hundred miles one may trace this ghastly cara van route by these scattered remains of those who had fallen by the way side Looking down on this very scene there stood upon the 1th of May 1847 a solitary traveler His appearance was such that he might have been the very genius or demon of the region An observer would have found it dilll eult to say whether he was nearer to forty or to slxtj His face was lean and haggard and the brown parch- ment like skin was drawn tightly over tlu projecting bones his long brown hair and beard were all Ilecked and dashed with white his eyes were sunken in his head and burned with nn unnatural luster while the hand which grasped his rifle was hardly I 7 tic drop for the likes of you and ntmarfccA Uwrtradu if wc win And thu iMtMn pat thuin on And you couldnt wash yourself in JlVcry rood very rood said llolmos k RPEKCSR COOLER ftiMUfcer mnp as well tcrrupted his companion gravely star iJilllft The nhinnn lug up tit his grimy visage rip mu tvlth my lmxos hint writ liltn t V lo Ktcp up Wiggins ff AZEL GRKKN No nor drink And Mr llcnder ho 1 was surprised to find my companion was the first to go undthcn Indian BpculdnR ns though ho won about to Pete and then Mrs McGregor and net out on a jnunu y nincu lie had not then Johnny Hones and then dearie TWO CHRISTIANS your mother iaid anything to mu about it There Twe ChrUtlurs traveled down n road Hinall portmanteau in thu room Then mothers a deader too cried Who viewed the vrorkl with dlftorcnt oyer van a the little girl dropping her face In her and this ho pulled out and begun to pleased with ctvrthHiiuodo TheonewiiH pinafore and sobbing bitterly Tna other loading for tlic sklent Atrup llo whs busily Iliafid at it For on tho henwus wore no bluo Yes they all went except you and vtlicti the cabman on tered the room Tiioy lillcd his miml with ancles fond me Then 1 thought there was some JustfrlvomealielpwlththlH buckle Olio othern eyes kept piercing through cuhuuwi lie suid kneeling over his chance of water In this direction so I Only for that which lies beyond heaved you over my shoulder and we tusk und never turning Ills head Vor one enchanting were tho trcoH The fellow came forwtrd with a tramped It together It dont seem Tho distance was Divinely dim somewhat sullen delimit air and put as though weve improved matters 11m birds that fluttercil on tho brccro Itev O II Iotcct down his hands to assist At that in Â¬ Nodded their protty heads for him Theres an almighty small chance for Tho other ncarccly saw tho flowers us now stant there was a sharp click the junff of Ami ncvor Itnow tho trccn woro grand linjf of metal and Sherlock Holmes Do you mean that wc are gofng to Ho did but count tho days or bourn sprang to his feet ifrain asked the child checking Appeared on my lip DlBnRrccnblo cpf1 die too Till ho tnlKht reach tho protnlncd hind her sobs and raising her tear stained camo on my ncclt After takltiR four tftl lentlemen he ericd with Hushing Ami ono a Uttlo bind caress Hoods Sarsnparllla all th triccn oftl eyes 4let mo Introduce you to Mr face tft i Would to a tender rupturo move havo disappeared and the in llclue lifcveJ fA I guess thats about the size of it Jefferson Hope the inurdeier of Knock llo only oped bin eyes to bless I a Why didnt you say so before she mo renewed vlRor and siren H I anvb ftrubber and Joseph Stuiifriison Tho God who guvo him thln to love 1orljlt Tlio other Journeyed on his way You gave most 73 years of ago and The whole thin occurred in a mo said laughing gleefully tluor And know that Hoods Afraid to handle ur to touch ment--s- o me such u fright Why of course now has had muchI to do with my vlpor aarF111 quickly that I ha I no time to wrens Jloonly oped his lips to pray us long us we die well bo with mother I ecommended it to my wife whonnd realize It 1 have a vivid recollection llo might not lore a thing too much htiSIScttt of that Instant of Holmes triumphant again bo much with rhoumutlu troubles as qfieowltl Which was tho bentt Decide who eun Yes you will dearie expression and the ring of his voice of i Yot why should wo dculdo twlxt thorn And you too Ill tell her how awthe cabmans duzed savage face as he Wo may ttpprovn tho mournful man glared at the glittering hundcuus ful good youve been Ill bet she Nor yot tho Joyful man condemn llo Ih n Christian who haN found which had appeared us if by magic meets us at the door of Heaven with a femalo weak ncsg In two years shcjl usc That earth us well tu Heaven Is sweet upon ins wrists ior a second or two big pitcher of water and a lotof buck about three bottles of Hoods Sanmpatjpf an t Jor ohb Is ho who Heaven bound we might have been a grour of statues wheat cakes hot and toasted on both to day and for tho last six months f fecml j iIUHMpurned tho earth beneath Ills feet -- Christian Then with an inarticulate roar of fury sides like Hob and me was fund nf llko a new betng Rrv O II Polrtn at Work How long will it be first the prisoner wrenched himself free Hanover street Chicago I1L I dont know not very long The from Holmes grasp and hurled himiVV P L k V Hoods Pills o tlio best afwrlonor self through the window Woodwork mans eyes were fixed upon the uort h Pills assist digestion euro headicliol 5K1 and glass gave way befoie him but ern horizon In the blue vault of the iiw rf he got quite through Sregson appeared three little before heaven there I rV SH specks which increased in size every out of1f sprang upon lAstrnue and ncines R3ot ire I L IiMCJI o lnndlor H him like so many stag hounds moment so rapidly did they approach I ST-J AS n was drugged bad They speedily resolved themselves into INTENSE PAIN IN THE KIDNEYS r cent f into the room and then commenced a ter- rts rainl tt three large brown birds which circled 5t JfCfri Sm powerful rifle eoullict t penal s dl AND BACK over the heads of the two wanderers aud so lY A IONAN DOVIi in Italy llerce was he that the four of us were und then settled upon some rocks j Urinary Disorder Instantly ReHevcd tyranny H shaken off again und again Hi ap more llcJiy than that of a skeleton which overlooked them They were rilAPTKlt VIl CoNTIMTn o 1 1 I peared to have the convulsive strength As he stood he leaned upon his weapon buzzards the vultures of the west l of tho car ii II Moravia N Y Scpt7 1683 of i uian in an epileptic sit His face for support and yet his tall figure and whose coming is the forerunner of Dr Kilmer Co lilnsliainton N Y 0 vonrK o vk li 3 re j with considerable ImtiaMenee dlui 1 tho pit IW Gontlumcn- - Lost winter I was taken with d contain himself no longer Look and hands were terribly mangled by the massive framework of his bones death mo kV C I Mr Sherlock Cocks and hens cried the little Bevcro paliathrough wa3s Holmes he said the passage through the gias but loss suggested a wiry and vigorous const- Â¬ me In tliOjrcglo of liirli Th Teet in diminishing itution Ills gaunt face however and girl gleefully pointing at their ill foSfro all ready to acknowledge that of hotl ll1 my k9lncs tho ulphur Kft are i smart man and that von his isistanee It was i it until Le- - his clothes which hung so baggily over omened forms and clapping her hands pulns weijwsCTtro 1 up to tl succeeded in them shriveled limbs hand could luirdlycnduicit 3Vyur own methods of working i strade ins neek eloth getting his rang hiswas that gave himproclaimed what to make countryrise Say did tlod ii fifty f and half si it that senile and make this my mco undoyeswero someining more than iiisiue In course He did said her com- Â¬ as red nonfood tho iro in d fj re theory und preaching now ling him that we made hiiri realize that decrepit appearance The man was ffwent stool In great master ough It i a ease of taking the man his struggles were of m avail and dying dying from hunger and from panion rather startled by this unex Â¬ drops nil Jovcr me I mwithon pected question thirst nave made nv case out and it seems was na cold a leoclllcd 1 lit He made the country down in Illilie had toiled painfully down the jvas wrong VouuirChartientiercotild and was In terrible mother ravine and on to this little elevation nois and lie made the Missouri the t liwvo been engaged in this second lnn hllo void- ofilclul I guess some in the vain hope of seeing some signs little girl continued Les trade went afler his man In urlno I purchased ono bottle of Dr S Hair iflE o natu of water Now the great salt plain body else made the country in these Kilmers Swunip rCool also oiobottlo of tangeiAon and it ajipears that he sickly Wt stretched before his eyes and the dis Â¬ parts Its not nearly so well done his U 0 Anointment They J You have thrown out vtiH wrong too M suffer tant belt of savage mountains without They forgot the water and the trees Gave me immediatejelief lints here aud hints there and seem r bueki a sign anywhere of plant or tree which o know more than we do hut the What would ye think of offering up IhcntcKl tho Anointment In wltha flat iron ads T 1tmmr Iu four days tlmo tho pains hud allllsapir- might indicate the presence of moist- Â¬ prayer the man asked diflidently n ime has come when we feel that we cd I thlnlc Suamp ECoot onuof tho great- Â¬ sleep U In all that broad landscape ure It aint night yet she answered a right to ask vou straight how if iho suffering hu- Â¬ ever offered d tint there was no gleam of hope North nuch x on do know of the business It dont matter It aint quite reg est medicines one wishing totowrite mo may manity Any r or and cast and west he looked with wild ular but He wont mind that you bet do so and I will gladly answer A m you name the man who did itV 1 yA 1 mfmUA stl cJL I eunnftt help feeling that Jregson questioning eyes und then he realized You say over them ones that you used Youi s truly Frank ttBeynolds 8 that his wanderings had come to an to say every night in the wagon when At Drtixxistn 50 cent niull00 Size We i s right sirS remarked Lest rude InvnJiilV Uuido to Health free Consiantoh free end and that there on that barren we was on the plains uiva both Uried and we have both - HinghantonN Y Co Dr Kilmer crag he was about to die Why not Why dont you say some yourself ailed Voir have remarked more than W n fe ther bed twenty the child asked with wondering eyes here as well u hi iKe since I have been In the room ii yours hence he muttered as he seated at vou had all the evidence which disreineniber them he answered I himself in the shelter of a bowlder you require I Surely you will not with Â¬ haint said none since 1 was halt -fe-rtJ I guess its lie fore sitting down he had de the height o that gun hold it any longer And delay in arresting the assas posited upon the ground his useless never too late You say them out and sin jt J obyeil might give him time MtTST II vk mi a IIKII- WITH ruts rille and also u large bundle tied up W in a gray sliawl whie he had carried v ifpCTpnlruNs some fresh uirooity iirrioK A1IMV iborshlp fcT j tJtiug over hi light ihoulder It ap- bus nrioed by us all Holmes1 oven I then we felt no security until we pciticd to be somewhat too heavy for The JL allowed sign of irresolution lie con Â¬ Mflt had pinioned his feet us well as his hit strength for in lowering it it tinued to wkvc up and down the room hands That changed with his bead sunk on his chest and breathless anddone we rune to our feet eauie down on the ground with some v all thfl panting little violence Instantly there broke his brows drawn down au was his We have his eab Said Sherlock from the gray parcel a little moaning larx habit when lost in thought 1 will Holmes serve to take him to erv and from it tliero protruded a There will be no more murders Scotland Yard And nou gentlemen equal small seared face with very bright he said at last stopping abruptly and i m tMmf You can put that consid Â¬ he continued with u p easant smile brown eyes and two little speckled facing us we have reached the end of our little dimpled tists d und Vou have eration out of thu question mystery You are very welcome to put bung i Youve hurt ine said a childish asked me if I know the name of the any questions ftly Eaq that you 1 ke to me now voice reproachfully assassin I do The mere knowing of and danger fchtit I will re- Â¬ inn tho n Have I though1 the man answered hs name is a smnll thing however fuse there is nothem to answer tho gove I didnt go for to do it penitently compared with the power of laying our nutual i As he spoke he unwrapped the gray Tin uiiiti bunds upon him This I expect vwry asm ncstmno on The fai PABV XI shawl anil extricated a pretty lit tie girl Tin mtoAD iiiikast of ii Shortly to do I have good hopes of iikk imiotwtoi ClllKll Clit Iltt 1onhtry flf the Stiintt of about live year of age whose luannging it through my own urrungo io of mo da inly shoes aud smart pink frock Ill stand by and como in on the menti but It in a thing which needs y5rkmen CJJAlTint I with its little linen apron all bespoke choruses for wo have ato handling a a mothers care OX TIIU UIIKAT AIKAM IlAIN The child was pale Then youll need to kneel down hrewd and desperate man to ny In the central portion of the great und wan but her healthy arms and and me too sho said laying tho For Farmers Miners Uefol with who is supported as irsh Youve R R Hands to prove by an- Â¬ North American continent there lies legs showed that she had sulVered less shawl out for that purpose I httVeThdeCasin othiit nl got to put your hands up like this It The outor tnp andcxtcmMo wholo length ot other who in us clever as himself As an arid and repulsive tUsert which for than her companion eolo itical tho nolo rlorn lo tho heel looting tho shank Id How is it now be answered anx- Â¬ makes you feel kind of good long us this man has no Idea that any Â¬ many a long year served as a barrier ms of Utcblns dltpliiff It was a strange sight had there throuchout ANICand otliormrk Host quallt have a clew there Is some against thu advance of civilization iously for she was still rubbing tho one van TOincHwVIUltforthcnu anny- chance of securing him but if ho had From the Sierra Nevacu to Nebraska towsy golden curls which covered the been anything but the buzzards to see it Side by side on the narrow shawl the slightest suspicion he would and from the Yellowstone river in the back of her head L Bt f Kiss it and make It well she said knelt tho two wanderers the little ehungo Ills name and vanish In an in Â¬ north to tho Colorado upon the south j ho color you wanttlhe real stant among the four million inhabit Â¬ in a region of desolation aud silence with perfect gravity shoving the in prattling child and the reckless hard Â¬ es of m IF DE LONGjpATONT Thats what ened adventurer Her chubby face great city Without mean Nor Is nature always In one mood jured part up to him ants of this sutificHllj It com mother used to do Wheres mother1 and his haggard angular visage were ixijj to hurt any of yer feelings I tun throughout this grim district Bcrous Hooks and Evssay to Mothers gone I gues youll see both turned up to tho cloudless bound to ftuy that 1 consider these men prises snow capped atv lofty moun Â¬ n n told and dark aid gloomy valleys her before long the dealer heaven in heartfelt entreaty to that to bo more than a match for the olllcial tains iced h x said the little girl dread being with whom they were face lone eh Torce and that is why I have not asked There are swlft llowlnf rivers which latious See that Funny she didnt say good by she to face while the two voices the one your assistance If I fall I shall of dash through jagged canyons and Uin daf Ir X course Incur all tho blame duo to this there are enormous plains which in most always did if she was just goln thin and clear the other deep and cuticle snow and In over to auntleu for tea and now shes hursh united in the entreaty for mercy omission but that I am prepared for winter are white with glntil 1c Ad present I nm ready to promise that summer are gray with the saline alkali been away for three days Say Its und forgiveness The prayer finished Trademark rC Jkfrif JJ rloan however the dry aint Aint there no they resumed their seat in the shadow Jffmbtunt I own communicate withÂ¬ dust They all proerve of barrenness awful nor nothing it cat the Richardson DeLng to water of the bowlder until tho child fell Dro rhlladeUu the j ou without eml ngortngmy own com common characteristics it No there aint nothing inhospltality and misery dearie usleep nestling upon the broad breast binations I Bhall do so inn Thero are no InhuMttuitsof this laud Youll just need to be patient awhile of her protector llo watched over Oregson and Lcstrade seemed to bo of despair A band of lawnees or of and then youll be ull right Put your her slumber for some time but nature far from butlsfled by this assurance itlackfeet may occasionally traverse It head up agin me like that and then proved to be too strong for him For kun 3i TrnonoiAs as snoE or by the dc predating allusion to tho equals tistnm work ootlng from Tho former had In order to reach other hunting youll feel better It aint easy to talk three days and three nights ho had k detective police iixWM in thfworld Name and juice flushed up to the roots of his flaxen grounds but the hardiest of the braver when your lips is like leather but 1 allowed himself neither rest nor re- Â¬ Fcrbwiiijiu un inc Doiiom rlvery uwesome guess m best let you know how the pose Slowlv tho evclids drooped over are glad to u hair while tho others beady eyesÂ¬ plains aud lose sight of those iinvarranieti Jake nn nktr to find themselves once cards He Whats that youve got cma lite See local nanem fnr fJH tho tired eyes and tho head sunk glistened with curiosity and resent II IT Pretty things lino things cried lower upon he breast until tho mans ii4iiiiiiiui ourcompiei M ment Noithcr of thorn had thno to more upon tholr prulries The coyote W na iur uutcs aim gen tho little wcmcn or scnu lor Jh however boforc thero was a tap skulks aulong tho tomb tho buzzard up two girl enthusiastically holding grizzled beard was mixed with the glittering fragmonts of mica golden tresses of his companion and luuraltii Lalclogut the Hpokosmun of the flaps heavily throuylt Ihe air and the at the door and giving ib When we goes back to homo Ill give both slept tho sumo deep and dream- Â¬ tntMtlAflC younff Wiggins intro clumsj grizzly bear lumbers through Ktmet Arabs unsavory tho dark ravines aud picks up such thoin to lirother Hob less blmuhcr Vk dueed Ms insignificant and UeTrec You can get ttebort gerbymail Youll sou prettier things than them sustenance as it can urrong the rooks TO 111 COXTINTJEDJ dcalcra who ptuh our shoe bargains person - soon suld the man confidently These Yon Please IrUo ssldrtoachia Ms derncHHare tho solo dwrllcrs in the wlljust watt a bit I was going to tell On the Haiti Hltlo tho cab downstairs foreleek I have Elys Cream Balm i 1 know whole exactly the character of tho boyWid llolnios blandly In theeary world thero can bo no yon thqugh you remember when wo view that that from tho left tho river lady I am about to marry WHy dont yof introduce this pattern more di ISMS Oh yes How did you find It out continued tali northern slope of the Sierra Illanco Rtfooikwid Yrd ho Well wo reckoned wed strike an fcnaa Ah far u tho oyo etui reach htrotoheu Why I took onu of her lutters to ud a nk- - df kteel handcuna rrom IMx rM beautifully IU thd front flat pluinlano all diluted over other rlvor soou dycfce Hut thero expert in handwriting im IBM Xrl o ISO CenU Wasnt that rather indiscreet fThey fK stru Ik ah Id wltk patches of alkali and intersected was somethiu wrong compasses or y HMitipe of the lwirftH eaparral tuin or hometmn anil It didnt turn I lm the uric Oh no I didnt give i i APPlr Bi4ru liitooach rolrl Til ThL v nrr J3QiK Wcravti in igrro w MW avijtttA 7 5TarOL-- jklAfrA im Irtml MMMCWI NUHMd Ou Mi VAI4SHIV YrrfA nr PW nn- ffnimH t Jtw TwJyX C 20pt a lit S v J i fcift- TIMiPWMiralm honen mwiwij feUlMBk itffte amd WHO cr AV PMitf JiMVmTkL t mmmfkmw4trLmw sFVtl i rr Am Lmrr r w j4-I a iruW no ruiBkld HlT5I tnl Au n Vt tfce Mtteoi M tej7 ill WmKMm for WQBMn u im Dm hai tiny Holl Hazel Green Herald twlLm Ml j- - Symptoms CaKii I Â¬ I HoodssCsp swmp Â¬ 1A t- iii Mfy ti iyxw ttX irlL2EVi K I jJK Â¬ 13 r I mm m j th I I I Â¬ rN - J I N - i Â¬ V Â¬ mm i M Â¬ - J1 1 1 I Â¬ MK 1 - I mmm OOLGBliER ggg j JO m 1 rfl Fi nu V1 kMDJBBHBmAHJ f- Â¬ Â¬ hump V K rf j air i i I pk Q4 w CTihL flcwitfirTij tw LTM rZ7 CATARRH it A 1 - VL - I llMr rjiflwrfwaghtwMW fwin4iTf 1 1 - - KflHMELJvlliHChrIt Bjof MhrJmm x ri 3jHAtylif Z r ---- H t- V LiAt-afiatx-- t i UJUM r t r - -- -i LJ i r -- - j J WfM V Jt i f V Â¬ T w- vK fa MV v a Jv t fl vV v tt it 25E 1C THE PEOPLES How VERDICT A NEW INDUSTRIAL ERA SCHOOL AND CHURCH the Kopnbllcnni Havo Ignored the lountrya Intoreflti Tho republicans In 1R01 uOitln nm paring nnd thrusting upon an unwill Â¬ ing pooplo tho McKinloy abomination talked much of tho raandato thoy had received from tho pcoplo in 1888 when n majority of tho peoplo voted against them No question of raising tho tariff was before tho pooplo in 1888 It was a question of reducing it and tho re- Â¬ publicans obtained a majority of three in the houso on tho subterfuge that tho tariff whllo needing revision ought to bo revised by ita friends Then thoy proceeded to roduco tho rovonues and to Incrcaso tho public burdens In 1802 tho pcoplo not only gavo tho democratiu candidates for tho presidency and vico presidency a largo plu- Â¬ rality but gavo tho democrats a ma- Â¬ jority of more than ninety In tho house and the control of tho senate Thcso facts being a matter of public record cannot bo denied But tho repub Â¬ licans say now ithat because thoy held some republican states last November carried a democratic state on local issues and have lately captured a dem- Â¬ ocratic district tho mandate has been recalled This did not prove very ef- Â¬ fective in the house but they hope that it may have better success in tho senate 1 the republicans had been guided by the rule which they now lay down thore would never have been a MeKin ley bill to repeal So far as the man Â¬ date of a minority of tho peoplo in 188S could be tortured into meaning anything it was only a permission to tlie republicans to reduce the tariff in Â¬ stead of having the work done by the democrats who they said would go too far if intrusted with the task When they wore about to pass the Mo K in ley bill prominent members of c their own party reproached them pri vately and publicly for their breach of faith in this respect More than this occurred Tho elec Â¬ tions in November 1S0 resulted in sweeping democratic victories Iowa undOhio elected democratic governors and Massachusetts barely mUsed doing so 03 a bargain in certain vards of Boston New York that had voted for Harrison in 1888 resumed its place in the democratic column It was a re- Â¬ publican Waterloo only exceeded by the phenomenal defeats which they sustained in 1800 and 1892 Was this a revocation of the repub Â¬ According to what lican mandate thej say now it was The McKinloy bill was not yet begun Congress Ifiul not met If tho republicans are seri Â¬ ous now itvas plainly their duty from to ifive notion their point bv of raising of viewrates in up all to pro- Â¬ order tariff Hut they went on hibit importations and framed the McKinloy bill Iron manufacturers in New England sent their mammoth petitions for a restora- Â¬ tion of the rates of 1857 the law winch their Henry Wilson said was the best They disregarded this ever framed Kansas which had been a momurial republican stronghold implored them not to destroy her smelting and threatened to desert the party if they did a threat that was faithfully carried out Nevertheless tho smelting in Â¬ It dustry was driven to Mexico would take too long to tell of tho protests from other sections that were dis Â¬ regarded None of these things nor all of them together wero then considered a re- Â¬ Mo call of the popular mandate Ivinlcy and his accomplices Insisted that they wero irresistibly driven for ward by the mandate of the people to xOb the treasury for tho benefit of trusts to rcduco the revenue by pro- Â¬ hibitory duties instead of lower rates and to increase expenditures to an ex Â¬ tent that waft sure to lead as it has led to a deficit Such is tho history of republican respect for the mandate of With this recent history the people in tho minds of the people they fresh should have tho grace to remain silent Louisvillo upon the subject now Â¬ Â¬ Hotter Condition IntllcMMl by Improved Iogtilatlvo Policy passage of tho VHlson bill by tho The houso of representatives by a decisivo majority marks the beginning of a now England gavo 1303153 to mission NOSE RINQ FOR HOGS aries last year Last year Now York paid for Iti A Valanbte Jnventlea en YFhlek the Tak Â¬ school bill 4000000 and for its drink en t Ilaa Kxtrl bill 900000000 We illustrate in Figs 1 and 3 a nose- Â¬ Industrial ora for tin Unltod Statos Hie hnti ctgnretto movemont in For the past thirty yPars tho face of tho schools of Now York Include a ring to prevent hogs from rooting It the nation has been lurncd backward pledge not to use tobacco In this form is woll known that single loops or rings havo for years been used for insertion upon all questions affccllng economic previous to twenly ono years of age in tho noso of a hog to provent the aniand Industrial conditions nnd we have Tho Presbyterian board of foreign mal from rooting A slnglo ring or boon praising preaching and practicing middle ago customs in tho missions reports for tho month of No loop of metal has been found more or troatmont of economic and indus- vember 57570 as against 40458 for less dcfcctlvo for tho purpose desired trial problems so far as thoy tho preceding yenr and for seven owing to tho fact that tho ring boing 200424 passed through a slnglo Incision in tho can bo affected by legislation Had months 230080 against Contributions to all benevolent hogs nose will bond fiat against tho such legislative policy prevailed at uny other tlrao than in the latter half of purposes by Protestant Christians oi front of the nose and havo little or no tho nineteenth century when now In- tho United States amount to about effect to provent rooting This Inven tion is intended to obviato thcso dofocts 85000000 annually Only ventions have caused tremendous ad of this is glvon to foreign mis by the employment of a doublo ring or vances In mechanics and brought about material Improvements by ac- sions Teachers is Baden nnd other parts complishing the division of labor and tho substitution of machinery for tho of Germany a hundred yonrs ago woro work of tho hands It would havo re so poorly paid that they used to go tarded and thwarted tho growth of about singing in front of the houses in tho nation would havo checked Intel- tho evening to cam a few extra pen lectual progross If it had not really and nies i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ th AGRICULTURAL HINTS femccs rem farm Wire hn Â¬ Â¬ d Â¬ Â¬ a 4 GOOD SUGGESTION One Wuy of Itnprcnlus Republican Elec- Â¬ toral Method The republicans have long insisted that the representation of the southern slates in congress and the electoral col Â¬ lego ought to be cut down to correspond with tho relatively small vote which they east in elections but no practicable way of carrying out tho But idea has ever been suggested there is one method of making repre- Â¬ sentation correspond with ballots which tho party can adopt and that is to apportion delegates in national con ventions with some roforeuco to the number of votes cast Tho national committee Is considering the matter aiutl scorns likely to adopt some plnn before the convention of 1895 Is called It seems grossly unjust that states where tho party hardly maintains an existence like Georgia should have as much inlluonco In selecting candidates Moreover the 4i3 Iowa for example tfystcraof allowing a few jnanagors in iioh states to name delegates who rep- fSvesent nothing nas neon irumui ui Lscandals tho buying of colored men uving becomo notorious it wouiu o a creat train to tho cause of pollt- Zfyl morals If representation in repub A -iviu Kail COUVOlluuiin popuiauuutes rather Vhan uPon -- actually produced retrogression But tho impetus which was given to trado and commerce by the invention of steam motor power nnd the subse Â¬ quent production of mechanical agen- Â¬ cies has carried the nation forward as it wero by force and with its back to the future in short Speaker Crisp was correct in his statement when he declared that tho protective policy which had boon practiced in tho past by the United States was similar to that which has kept China stationary and isolated for We have tho past thousands of years attempted nothing more nor less than the building up of a legislative Chinese wall around the United States block Â¬ ing and impeding commerce and pie venting the extension of American in Â¬ fluence in other parts of tho world Had it been continued America would stand a hundred years from to day as she does now and republican politicians would still be preaching the policy of protection to her infant industries With twenty years of un trammeled commerce beginning with the passage of the Wilson bill America will be the mistress of the worlds commerce trado Chairman Wilson cor- Â¬ and industry rectly described the day of tho vote upon the passage of the Wilson bill as one of the most glorious in our history and that the record of tho houso of that day would permanently record no passing event but a great epoch In American history and that in tho future it would be a mattor of pride to every man who voted for that bill to point to tho record of that day and the part which ho played In its proceed- Â¬ ings In short the work of congress signalized by the passage of the Wil- Â¬ son bill is the result of the triumph of natural law and human progress Mc Kinleyisui has retarded and thwarted tho operation of this law for a period but tho reaction will be all the more powerful and effective and the prog- Â¬ ress of the nation henceforth will be the more rapid for the temporary check which resulted from the protective policy which though adminis Â¬ tered for half a century or more is really but a moment of time in the life which this great nation is destined to complete Kansas City Times PARAGRAPHIC POINTERS If the entire country wero afflic Â¬ ted with a loss of memory the outlook for tho g o p would bo dazzling De- Â¬ troit Free Press hike tho protection policy which it essayed to defend Mr Heeds speech was stretched a little too far Louis- Â¬ ville Courier Journal Many of tho mills that are dosing down nowadays are located exclusively in tho scare headlines of tho McKinloy organs Boston Herald Over forty three millions of the new loan of fifty millions have been be Â¬ spoken by Now York financial institutions and yet newspapers of the repub- Â¬ lican persuasion insist that tho credit at our government is at a low ebb St aul Globe No industry was ever permanently benefited by taxation on trade Tho abolition of the coal tax will work In tho end for tho benefit of tho West Virginia mine owners as Mr Wilson says And It will work at once to build up every other Industry on tho Atlantic Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ meeting of tho citizens of Dor- Â¬ chester petitioned the legislature to appropriate a memorial In honor of the establishment of the first public school in tho world which opened Its doors A May 30 1039 The cry of a Mussulman was heard on Union Square Now York city recently calling tho faithful to prayer A meeting followed and there will be services every Sunday morning both for Mohammedans and others who may bo interested Edward Hartmon the philosopher makes the suggestion that instead of building monuments to great men it would be a moro sensible thing and do more toward perpetuating their Influence to use the money for buying copies of their best books and distributing them to the schools Tho fiftieth anniversary of tho founding of tho Young Mens Christian association is to be celebrated in London June 0 next Tho central international committee havo arranged for tho worlds conference to be hold in London in connection with this anniversary commencing Juno 1 I will boa jubilee conference and preparations are already being made for a large Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ c no l loop inserted through two incisions In tho hogs nose so that two loops or rings will project in front of tho nose In tho drawings A represents tho noso of a hog and a tho cartilaginous projection thereon Tho wlro Is first bent as shown in Fig 1 so that the danger of their ruuning ngainst ItÂ¬ Wlro fencos of any kind should bo thoroughly braced and very tightly stretched or they will soon sag and got out of shnpe E E Hock wood in N Y Tribune The growing- creUy of timber im some part of the eowntrj and ita M tire absence in other Make the froo question a more serkwe one year ly year Only In the newly settled heavy- timbered land do we now see rails split for fences Wire in some form is alÂ¬ most universally used for this purpose Tho woven wire fencing which is mad In various widths answers every pan poso of a fonce but it is too expensive for general nso Wlro and picket feno lng docs very well but it is liable to be broken by unruly animals and once af rent Is started it is soon of little use to turn stock Barbed wire whloh com-Â¬ posed tho original wire fences of the west is cruol and many a horse has been ruined by being caught on the sharp knifo liko points Thoro is a way of making a wire fenco howovcr that is free from the objections that havo been brdught against tho othors Plain smooth gal Â¬ vanized wire No 10 or No 12 may be stretched tightly and fastened to wooden posts with a slnglo six inch board at tho top Instead of tho board a common two by four spiked to the posts may bo used From five to Boren wires are needed according to what it is desired to fence against The latter number put four Inches apart noar the ground and farther apart toward the top of the post will kcop hogs cattle sheep or horses within tho inclosure The railing or board at tho top is often used on barbed wire fonccs as tho an Â¬ imals can see it moro plainly than thoy can tho wlro alone and thero is loss - 0r Fvtm Aval 3m FwJ fWBnwl -- ij BICYCLE GRINDSTONE Hour Ona Mny Ho Sot Up Knslly Clicuply Un Any Farm nnd iin Â¬ gathering Baptism by immersion was per- Â¬ formed in a peculiar manner a few days ago in Buffalo township Wash- Â¬ ington county Pa Thomas Toland was too ill to leave his room and was desirous of baptism A largo box was made and filled with water and Into this Mr Toland suspended In a sheet was lowered The rito was per- Â¬ formed by Rev M Justice a clergy Â¬ man of the Christian church It is proposed to raise the sum of 4000 In order to purchase an annuity for Pere Hynointhe It is twenty years since the eloquent preacher of Notre Damo gave up his influential position and since then his following has natur ally ben much diminished Tho arch Â¬ bishop of York tho bishop of Salis Â¬ bury the bishop of Rochester und many other dignitaries cordially sup port the proposal London Illustrated Â¬ Â¬ 1i SmSl FIG 2 Tho accompanying cut shows how a grindstone may bo easily and cheaply sot up on any farm and in a mannor so as to dtsponso with tho small boy aa motive power Two solid triangular pieces of framework Bhould be made in each of which is a strong upright piece 1 D with a groove DD in which tho axlo of tho grlndstono rests Be twoeu tho triangles should be placed a pnn C to hold water A wheel B is v cross bar J is formed having in front of the same two loops or rings OG The ends of tho wire are sharpened at d d and thcso ends after being so bent are passed through incisions in tho nose News Y Post The chief grievance that the rc- iblican flock srathorers at tho capital ivo against Secretary Carlisle is that is bent on maintaining me national fedlt despite their efforts to prevent Detroit Tree lres -- Those who are inclined to believe that football seriously interferes with the college standing of tho players will be interested to know that Ward of the Princetons who made the touch down in the Thanksgiving day game with Yale is a first group man which means that he is among tho first half dozen men in his class King stands nearly as high while Lea is considered one of the brightest men in his class Balliet the oldest man on tho team is thought to be one of the shining lights of the electrical school None of tho team is dangerously low in his grade1This goes to prove that football and study are not necessarily antagonistic Protestant New statistics of churches in Franco havo recently been gathered From these wo glean that thero arc Protestant houses of worship in 781 localities in the French republic There are 837 Reformed pastors in charge of congregations and 12 Re formed chnplains in tho army The Lutheran clergy number only 00 the Free Evangelical church has 47 and the other Protestant denominations have 72 Then there are 5 Bible societies 10 Protestant societies for home missions 0 for foreign missions 44 or Â¬ coast N Y World 50 phans homes 47 refugee Referring to the argument of a hospitals and 118 periodicals houses the all in republican contemporary that the one Interest of tho Protestant church of hundred proposed amendments to the France N Y Independent Wilson bill indicate widespread dissat- Â¬ isfaction with it tho Buffalo Courier Often tho CnRe Judged by the same says dem Tagleigh Mushrooms have been tho McKinloy bill must in standard its earlier stages havo been an ex known to spring up in n single night Wagleigh Thats nothing I know tromely unpopular measure After it of a tree that was fully grown in a got Into the house and before It became couplo of hours a law It received 134 amendments Tagleigh Nonsense What kind of Â¬ Thero Is a story that Mr Harri a tree son has sent an envoy to Maj McKin- Â¬ Wagleigh A family tree Puck loy with a mewago of peace and a promise of support to the latters pres- Â¬ Col Brown remarked a chappie idential aspirations Tho story may Is tho finest after dinner speaker I bo true Mr Harrison may already know of Why said his frlond in have forgotten tho part Maj McKinloy somo astonishment I never heard he played in the Minneapolis convention had uny ability In that direction at which resembled nothing so much aa all Well ho has Ive dined with tho trick GarfAsld played on John Sher him several times at various places mnn in the convention of 1880 except and aftor dinner ho always says that the latter succeeded whereas the Thats all right my boy Ill pay foi McKinloy performance was a ghastly Detroit Froo Press failure At any rate Mr Harrison has it his choice between Maj McKinloy and He--Iyou believe In audi a Tom Reed and even so righteous a thing as lovo at first sight 81m man as ho could hardly repress the Certainly A hasty glance docs no human temptation to hate Reod worse discover imperfections Boston Tran Chicago than he hates McKlnley script J Time Â¬ Â¬ o and then bent forward over tho crossbar so that this bar will Ho upon tho top of the nose and tho rings or loops will project In front of the same as shown In Fig 2 This device Is qulto simple and it can bo made and insorted in tho hogs noso without tho use of a special tool The inventions abovo described and illustrated havo lapsed and become public property and the monopoly un der them has ceased Any of our read- Â¬ ers now havo tho right to mako and use the same and it Is thought that they will supply a long felt want for thoso who care to mako them nnd put them to practical use Ohio Farmer Â¬ Â¬ ffi - TC V jonar vju to m Â¬ Tho wheel dlso has pedals II whee on thv outside of tho triangles so tho NOTES ABOUT HORSES grinder as ho sits in tho old mowing machine seat K which Is fastened to Dont forgot to feed generously tho triangle turns the small whcol by HoitPKS are made gentle by kindness means of the pedals Tho small whool Skk that the colts havo comfortable is kept wet enough to moisten tho beds grindstone just about as much as is DevkioiKP sires arc coming to the needed Tho grlndstono rests wholly front upon tho wheel and as Its axis Is kept is A HKAIIY choice stallion Is the cheap within the slotted upright it can move I J est to buy freely and easily As tho wheel wear ws The brood mare should bo tho best away It gradually drops In tho slot obtainable Farm and Home Tiikiik arc about 2000000 horses In MANURE OR DIRT CART Kfr Great Britain Exkuoisk tho youngsters and break Hour to Mako Ona from un Old Truck eav them to harness Krtrin Wncon Study the characteristics of tho sucTho Illustration herewith ronrose niv a cart made from an old truck or evf cessful producing dams Ownkiib want to learn to sell the first from tho running gonrs of an ordinal time a fair price is offered A HOUSE that is ruined in breaking does not generally get over It Makes with the most nerve force pro- Â¬ duce the fastest trotters and pacors Frkd tho best hay to tho weanlings which should bo brokon to harness MANUKK on ihiit cAivr It is safer to exercise youngsters in K harness than to turn them loose in the farm wagon Tho engraving is imper Â¬ Q icy fields to fect Th Kins is a good market for trotters how but it will servo The glvo an idea of to make It front wheels now but only at prices consistent with ought to bo coupled noaror the box the the facts in the case back end of which should bo a hinged Colts in training if well cared for end gato that can bo easily opened for grow better and kocp In bottor health dumping When the manure dirt or than when running at large othor material is hauled to the desired Somb horses are endowed with an place open the end gate pull out the mount of intelligence and susceptibil- Â¬ coupling pin and start up the team x ity that makes them almost human The bed of the cart is slightly heavier It Is established that a horse whoso in the rear anA will tip backward thus individuality is strong enough to create emptying iUelf This is especially a family type will also fix the color handy In hauling earth for grading la with great uniformity moving manure it is useful although FinsT CLASB fancy animals suitable some prefer unloading with a fork for driving ana carriage horses sound claiming that it is easier to seatter freca and well broken are reported as scarce the load than from the groaaL--Of-an- ge and bringing good prices Judd Farmer IHICEB running well into thousands are no longer given for road horses un Â¬ It pays to keep the beet afcxJk m less the speed and other qualities are bees as well as other gowt atfikMa of an exceptional character the farm and by earef al saUif ipf treat frl Many trotting horses owing either improvement is noeelWa 4 to natural defects of temperament to fl Tmx national iMMMfUon bad training or to imperfect prepara a fallac have fee MHffhtto fcft tion are exceedingly difficult to Â¬ hung between tho grlndstono A and tho water pan C Tho wheel should bo of iron and the tiro as wido as tho stono and tho pan kept filled with water so as to touch tho tiro of tho I i 1 ii ii r I I i v tl l B l h r ft ttla VM i Â¬ J le I aaT J - net trol -- HVW It 4 v ai 1K W Si 1 L i lLVfMi- - laaaai I - - - JfUU rTr T Yr 5Jfii 3CJ f V -- p v- J A1 v- - V ti Jv I ataaiaiJi-wAniuiiiuafurivu-iraiti-uijj jijjLjictLUJaiURJiui-iuuJTmM-- l J - MAJOR R G THOMAS Pern sister to Iroquois by Imp Learn Inalnn rSdoPci by Uncns Imp Pauline by Tlio Snail VuMolanaOmlf Hiiitorto Punster and Lady Pulslfur by Aim in Queophy dam of Lord Nelson mid Lord Tom Himyar by Waverly Queen littn dam of Quornl by Imp King ltndlia dam of Cant Drown nnd Crafts man by Imp Glcnlyon Rejection half HJster to Host Hoy by Longfellow Hohco dam of llochcllo bv Waverly Rosaline dam of Banbury lJoaz Cbaplet Meteor Rosary and ItosaH by Coinnio doro Itosury sister to Banburg by lmpj King Â¬ B 6 B c B King Alfonso by imp Mnrcttri Imp Mrs Jeffrey by linn Marotto -- Miss Hunter by -- laii nnd The Heroine by imp Maretto Lulu 3 by Viator Ch f sister to Mackintosh by Himyar Gossamer dam of Shibboleth by imp Moc casin B f by Hlmyar Mattlc Stanley by Le- Â¬ f by Hlmyar imp Hravotira by Queens Messenger Ch f half sister to Innnie 8 Iho Hero gjr lllmyar slater to Hlmynr by Alarm huwL 81 v Wink by Dounlu HanLady CleveCff f by imp Maretto Wcnonnh by land Sensation Tho Cat dnm of Cattan llr f bv imp Maretto Solium by imp WhlHperiiiedum fHosooinmon Wall Jim nnd Whirban by Whisper It is to bo noted that there ih hardly n mnro in this famous stud that is not either a creditnble winner or the dam of fiuo winning performers In ninny eases tho mnrcs nro both winners thonuelvcB nnd producers showing Mnj Thomas ono of tho very few brecdors whoso stud wns not formed linp linznrd it being n rule with liim nover to buy n mnro no innttcr how cheap if sho lacked any of tho prerequisites ho believes necessary to Becuro her success in tho stud Tho result is Mnj Thomas lias bred two un- Â¬ beaten another pair of wonders in King Fox nnd Han Fox nnd in another respect ho has bent nil breeders beinir tho onlv man whoso Mtiililinh- niont has furnished a winner of all tho big classic eastern events tho futurity grent Amoricnn great eclipso great trial produce Saratoga Kentucky junior champion and mntron Btnkcs nnd tho grent enstern handicup having all fallen to colts bred by him two-year-ol- Br f by Hlmyar Prudence by Uneas B f by Himyar Favor Ban by imp King Ban BI f sister to Itorkn winner ol thirteen races by Himyar The Sweeper by imp Mortimer Ch T by Hlmynr Ban Amy by imp King Ban B f by Hlmyar Kosary by King Ban 11 f half sister to unbeaten French Park by Himyar Low Pike by imp bonnic Scot Itcincdy for colds coughs and tho common disorders of tho throjft nnd lungs Ayers Cherry Pectoral is uni versally recommended by the profes Â¬ sion Jt breaks up the phlegm soothes inflammation allays painful symptoms and induces repose In bronchitis ami pneumonia it affords speedy relief ami is unrivaled as a prompt and effective THE BEST THE MILD POWER CURES HUMPHREYS Dr llumpliroVPneclflcnaroiiclcntincftUynna cnrofully iiriimrod Honicdles ueu for jenrs in tlio rlvnt prnctlco nnd for over thirty yrnrs byCluo Every nliiglo Six IHoplo with entire success nninctl a fipecltU euro for tho ilMenso jiurKlntforrciluclnfr They euro without ilrtiKKltitf THE GRAND TWO tliosyatomananraliifncinuddecdlhabovcrclgii lluiiicdlea of tho World iut 1 4 or xpuniai 2 O rBicifc titBii Congest long Inflnmnmtlons 25 ili WoriiiH Worm Kovcr Worm Colic TeiMliliiR Colic Crylna Wakefulness MS Vovern Emergency Medicine U in croup soro throat and the sudden pulmonary diseases to which young children are so liable Ayers Cherry Pectoral bns had a wonderful effect in curing my brothers children of n sevcro nnd dangerous cold It wns truly astonishing how speedily they found relief and were cured nfter tnkjjigthis preparation Mias Aunctto NMoen Fountain Minn 8 Nciirnlgliif Toathncho Kncencho Sick llcndacho Vertigo O IIcndrtcliUM 10 llyHpopHiiit Biliousness fniiBtlpntlon 11 HiipprcnHnd or Piiinfiil 1crlods 12 Whiten Too Profuio Periods Crnup LnryngltlH Honrsrnecs M Hnlt ItbeiiHi Kryslpclns Kruptlons 15 Ilhoumntlstnor ltheunmtlclnlns 10 Miliaria Chills Fever nnd Ague 17 rilenUltnd or Weeding WrnkEvrs lS lbthnlniy Roreor Cold In tho llcnd lO Uutnrrlit lnnnenin Wlioaplnar Cough 20 21 AHtlimu Oppressed Ilronthlng Hearing 7 CoubIih Ilyentcryarlplnfr lllllotw Colic Cliolorn Morbus Vomiting Colds UrotichltK Dlnrrhon of Children or Adult lt Glen Atliol Â¬ two-year-ol- d H3 p j Tho majorh original establishment Dixinnn wns sold by him somo years ago but in iho snmo neighborhood ho purchased a fine farm which ho enlls Hirnvilla in lionor to tho great iiinrc who laid tho foundation of his present fortune nnd on this place Domino wixh bred and born Oulsido of llimynr Fcllowcraft tho first horso to reduce Lexingtons fpur milo record and a successful sire Aim imported English bred stallion Ma rotto a son of the scnsntional St Simon nnd Victory Hilly Lakelands famous nro in tho stud Hirnvilln tho former who is now twenty four years old being used only for private two-yenr-old xisfflj hiptf he rP 1 SF V iruuM i 1 Lnst week a public school building in Chicago caught lire nnd in n short time nil avenues of escape were shut oil Three little boys however made surprising escapes from the burning building Percy Bradley aged 12 jumped from a second story window with an open um you vol imps it is ucuiiuhu lie is wuuucu 10 ins brelln nnd escaped serious injury nnd ljold ill horses at any rato ho has never seen Arthur Kimball nnd Newell Simmons l0 8tat0 is reason for living in celi- - each 11 years old slid down a water pipe Amli many years Jio is one ol and escaped 1 dullcy lueso sin ho rules wiiicu now oJirtyniV110 turf nunyof gives the Chamberlains IVIMi llil Mill UVVII framed from jVi rWii suggestions made by him It was on one best satisfaction Cough Remedy medicine r Uv of nny cough of his horses tho iockev first nnnenred I bundle nnd as a seller leads all other with a number on his arm an idea out preparations in this market I recom of which has grown the popular system mend it because it is the best medicine I of numbering each jockoy to correspond ever handled for coughs colds nnd croup to tho programme which is in vogue on A W Baldridge Millersville 111 For every prominont rnco courso today sule by John M Itose Though at times ho feels tho eilects of Kenton county Ivy taxpayers are his long life struggles tho major sees anxious to know by what authority the many days when his nearly years have little weight upon county commissioners have levied an him and ho transacts his business oven extra 20 cents on the 100 nfter having when it calls him away from home with onco paid tho regulnr assessment for 1803 tho samo promptness as in his younger Dr Humphreys new specific for In days His character is of tho best mold grippe is meeting with a phcnnmennl Accepting the results of tho war as final ho lost no time in brooding over the sale A suro cure almost infallible times gono by but set to work to do the curing 00 eases out of 100 For sale by best ho could under tho change in affairs all druggists Tho result is ho built up a fortune and Patrick Kugene Prendergast the assas with it a name of honor nod esteem both sin of Mayor HarriMin of Chicago has at home nnd abroad It is sucii citizens been grunted n further reprieve until as tho breeder of Domino that are mak April 0 to allow tho courts to inquire ing the new south n genuine rival of the into his sanity rich north As it is of great interest to You can relieve that henduche you tho public ns to what oxists in tho way of yearlings to bo sold next spring near huve by buying a box of Megrimine at akin to Domino below is given n list of Tin Hkuaid ollice It will only cost tho colts and fillies of this ago now at 50 cents and is sold on a postivo guar Hirnvilln which 1eprosonts tho entire a i tee product of Major Thomas breeding es d Â¬ three-score-and-te- Moj Thomas resides in an elegant residence in tho city tho walls of which nro hung with magnificent paintings of tho old masters tho noted breeder being n connoisseur of nrt Hero it was ho entortnined Mr Keeno and his party of eastern millionniro turfman not long ago at which feast they drank punch made of twenty-ycnr-olbourbon out of gold nnd silver bowls won in ono of her races by Hint the grand dnm of tho siro of liwo a uomiuo Bat ij Major Thomas has never married Per- - service Perliaps you would not think so but n very largo proportion of diseases in New York comes from carelessness about catching cold sitys Dr Cyrus Kdson It is such a simple thing and so com Â¬ Prepared by Dr J C AycrCo Lowell Mubr mon that very few people unless it is a Promptto act sure tocure enso of pneumoniu pay nny attention to cold New York is ono of tho healthiest places on the Atlantic coast and yet ENEMIES THREE there nro a grent ninny enses of catarrh There nro with which tho weak peison and consumption which have their origin generally lias to contend in this neglect of tho simplest prccnution of evcry duy life The most sensible Wouk regularly consumes his strength but often pays for what it takes ml vice is when you huve one get rid of By nil means do WouitY lights the candle at tho other us soon as possible it Dr Kdson docs not tell not neglect it end nnd never pays at nil vou how to cure a cold but we will Diskask ties his bunds nnd deprives him It Tnko Chnmbcrluins Cough Remedy of power of resistance will relieve the lungs uid expectoration Who enn number the thousands open the secretions nnd soon eflect u per GO cent bottles for manent cure 2b nnd OVERCOME BY sale by John M Hose this mighty trio For years we have fought these consumers of life with lifes A Solid Family Tho Tnggnrt family of Ntwburg N own weapon the nir we breathe made Y nro noted for the number nnd size of stronger for the combat by the aid nnd its members There are eleven children skill of modern science Our who range in height from 0 feet I inches COMPOUND OXYGEN too feet 11 inches nnd average in weight from ll pounds to 27f pounds Their restores strength quiets the nerves nnd combined height is 08 feet inches an expels disenses Proof that will convince nil who reason average of 0 feet 2A inches combined 29JM pounds an average of nearly is oflercd free to all who sutler weight 218 pouuds Send us your address PALEN DRS STARK FA A severe rheumatic pain in tho left Mr J II Loper 1521 Arch St Philadelphia Pa shoulder had troubled 120 Sutter St San Francisco Cnl a well known druggist of Des Moines Iowa for over six months At times the pain was so severe that he could not lift anything With nil he could do he could not get rid of it until he upplied Cham- Â¬ I only made berlains Pain Halm nnd three applications of it he says Lightest Â¬ 11 AYERS Cherry Pectoral Swelling Kularged 23 ScrofulnDebility Glands Weakness llOBlenl 24 3nornl 25 Uropny and Scanty SecretionsHiding 2 SenlcktiOHN Sickness from 27 Kidney IHaoiihch 2l Soro Mouth or Canker 30 IIrlimry WenltnonWettIngBcd 2ZVar DlHCluiigoH Impaired Ul 31 33 ChronloCougUHtlonHEruptIous EXTRA NUMBERS Inlnful PcrlodH Diphtheria Ulcerated Soro Throat 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 2 25 25 25 25 l5 25 Swango In Hazel Green make This lueniiuni satldle stallion T the season of 1891 at the stuble of W IN- Ky EAGLE DRENNON will at 8 crvoun Debility Seminal Weak- 28 new or Involuntary Discharges 100 32 IHnonnoHof tho llonrt Palpitation 100 Spasms St Vitus Unnco 100 33 Epilepsy Bold V llf3rilllKT8IIICOMUl AllWllllin8tKwTor on receipt lr UrungUH or nt poat rUIMAILED rBKB of jirlco HllirllBITl JiiKUiL HI pKf LIVING coir EAGLE DltENNOV is lRht years old this snriiiL nearlv It hnnds high beautiful inane and tail plenty of style and stain inn Sired by the famous Mine Jeans 1st lain by the great nacer John Nosloy siro of the dam of Maggie F 222 2d dam by Admits Express a noted saddle horse 3d dam by Ith dam by Coppcrboltoin Eagle Slashum Drennon is a half brother to ltoscoe sold for 1800 and eight more that sold for 1000 or more Hlue Jeans horses have for suvernl vears sold higher than any saddle horses in Kentucky Eagle Drennon can show what he is for himself His colts saddle from Any mare thnt can out nnv class of mures rack or trot him bred free He took two blue ribbons at the Hazel Green fair last vear to sritE A I H sft SPECIFICS WITCH HAZEL OIL For riles External orlntcrnal Blind or Bleeding Fistula In Ano Itching or Bleeding of tho Itcctum Tho relief Is Imniodlato tho euro curtain TRIAL SIZE 25 OTS PRICE 50 OT3 Sold by DniKclilior teat ot ild oa receipt of price CO 11 1 Blue Grass Beauty This fine voting stallion will also make the season of 1S04 at the same place at 8 to INSURE Here is the equal of nny colt in Kentucky KSYi hands high 4 years old the 7th of May bright bay with good mane and the grandest tail vou ever saw Sired bv Eagle Drennon he by Rliie leans first damllird by Lexington one of the best marcs in Montgomery county Bird is the dam of two blue ribbon colts nnd has nick ed a mile in three minutes Second dam the celebrated Hiram Wilkerson saddlu mare Reauty is a perfect model in every respect SJ An 8 premium will be given for the best colt of either horse shown at the Hazel Â¬ HUMPHREYS1 THE PILE OINTMENT Â¬ UtBIUDSYS SEP A 1 1 3 William St SEW YOKE ACADEMY OF THE VISITATION FOtt Green fair in 1805 March 151894 RAY MQSS hYOUNG Mt LADIESWhite Sulphur Ky Â¬ Admirabiles lie have since been free from all pain now recommends it to persons similarly It is for sale by John M Rose nillictcd llado la all styles and sizes strongest easiest working safest simplest most accurate inost compact nnd most modern Tor eso by all dealers la arms Catalogues mailed fro by tliu Sisters of the Visitation IJ V M is situated in a healthy and beautiful local ty ol the well known III tie Grass llcgion Here the jnipils enjoy the eonifots of home far removed frainthe distractions ot aeitv and can consequently with greater facility avail themselves of the advantages afforded of a thorough enucation Terms reasr nahle Music Crayon and Painting extra House is heated by steam This institution under the direction of m M a m E Mr r mj s 9 fr 11 av pV 1tl Cw w3 vTBm 5y v3k Mew M ftV k3 TiTtf l m m E apparatus Sistors For further particulars address of the Visitatiou B V M Tho Marlin Piro Arma Co New Haven Conn TJ S A wine sler X M President m2 m z - - SE - a o Zsr B -- am - T ii 1 - 11 WINCHESTER KY II WITIIERSPOOX 11 I II UXTEH Cashier lint M C3 15 zJ j - I Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 BEST OFFER EVER MADE This Dank solicits the nccounts of nier chants farmers traders anil business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and oilers its customers every facility nnc the most liberal terms within the limits oi legitimate banking octl8lv IS Given Away BV THE 5000 Cash CINCINNATI Hrl KB bBwbbV MHMHr 2 2 PT1 So SB Po 8 Ji z KQBKHM oZX eokSl 2Bi RbbbI LkV m t WHEN YOU WANT A WATCH Weekly Enauirei Every club of Ten Yearly Subscribers will get ouo Bhare of 5000 Evory club of Five Yearly Sub scribers will get ono half a snare of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SDUUU Tho number of shares is fixed by tho number of clubs of ten that will bo received by us from Nov 1 sent free Also a catalogue of mechan Â¬ sent free ratents taken through Munn Co recoivo jpocUl notlcolntho Srlontlllc Aiiicrlrnn and thus nro brought widely public with- Â¬ out cost to tho Inventor beforotho This splendid paper issued weokly elegantly Illustrated has by far tho Jargost circulation of any ciuntlllc work In tho w JsNnTa Sall Building Kdltlon monthly ooplfs asent free M yenr Blnglo cpnlos as cents Kvery iiumbor contains bcau- uiui piatos in colors and photographs of now houses w th plans enabling builders to show tho wtlJK1rBlnllI nuU ecuro contracts Address MUNN A X NKYf ical and sclontltlo hooks YOUK I OnTATN A PATENT For a opinion write to Mnlvl nnswor and an honest nearly Of ty years M UNN tv CM who hnvo had cxpcrlonco la tho patent business Cotnmunlett tlonsstrlctly confidential A lliindhnok of In lormatlon concerning lntentN nml how to obÂ¬ tain thom CAN W COPYRIGHTS W Or anything in tho Jowolry lino lot mo know it I will fur- Â¬ nish you goods worlh tlio money and YOU Will ImVO GUARANTEE at home whero you can use it Rcspoctfully T Juixji AIOS DAVIS F - nRR Ky KY aOl IUtOAUWAY TI 1J3 JEWELER EZEL Morgan County WKST M1IKRTY WITH tablishment in leys 1893 to March 31 1894 rd i liwams tin Nlfo Wl this offer MT STERLING KY Agonta may send as many clubs as HAZEL GUEEN KY they cau raise within timo specified Capital 200000 Surplus 30000 and cau huve papers sent to any Is the only firm in the town which haw l VV dies the tutiy celebrated address J SI niGSTAFF President O L KIRKPATRICK Vice President Tho WEEKLY ENQUIRER is THOMSON Cnshivr W tho Largest Best Clean Moral Ele- Â¬ nOWARDSTAMPElt by Ilhnvar Oe by Imp KingHeraban sister Iio Trb trom the wholesale house of vating Dollar Newspaper for a family Attoiikky-at-La- w Ban boulet We rcspcotfully solicit the busluesH ormer- favonto now printed in tho United chnnts turmerR trnders and business men B b brother to Rejection by Longfellow OAMPTON KY i HtHight by King lltui States Samplo copies free generally throughout Enstern Kentucky A by Jwp Cavalier Madam Letcher irene ml DHUKine nusiness none uive us a PORTS3IOUTII OHIO Will practice in the courts of Wolfe and the byAlww chance to Hend you a bank book pay your ENQUIRER COMPANY by bun Ma- - adjoining counties All business entrusted C e half Mather to Houca 2rVhen vou want the 15EST footwear checks ami loan vouAnoney when in need toour care will receive prewpt tUteuUou by imp Klnjr Ban n give hiui a call CINCINNATI O Cash PPtgtTuoMrsoN W Chestnut filly sister to Pasedina by llimCO ynr Corbina by imp Thunderstorm brother to West Side by HimBuy colt yar Corona by imp Glcnlyon WIIOIKNAtK DKAIKHM IN Chestnut colt brother to Mint Julep by Himyar imp Madam Julie by Julius Cics nr Buy colt brother to Domino and Correction by Iliiuyar Mnnnio Grey by Enquirer Chestnut colt brother to Georgia and King Hlmynr by Hlmyar Dlxiulta by imp King Jinn Chestnut colt brother to Itnnkns Daugh ter by Hlmyar Han kn by imp King Man Third Iluee ami Union Sts Chcsnut colt half brother to May Lady CINCINNATI O by Iliuiyar Adonla by imp The IlbUsed to Wall Jim aid Bos Bay colt brother goods that will suit vour We enrrv common by Himyar Whlsperlne by Whis- trade and ourthe priors nro TIIK IOWKSt per Special attention to mail orders Chestnut filly half sister to King Orab by Hlmyar Lady Agnes by imp St Uluise H J P LOCK HART Bay colt brother to Haltou by Hlmyar Maud L by Bertram Brown colt half brother to Petition by Himyar Pera sister to Iroquois by imp EcSTRXg1 Leamington B c half brother to Brother Ban Lolcx KZEL KY etc by Himyar War Reel by War Dance C ef by Himyar Last Tag by imp Glen- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ LOUIS STIX Dry Goods notions o On an offer of 1500 last spring Bros running threo months ending Juno Livery Feed and Sale Stable CLOTHING MANUFACTURERS 30 1893 for clubs of five each club HAZEL GREEN KY 00 AVst INinl Street CINCINNATI agent received 453 in cash besides The trade of Eastern Kentucky merchants Ins commissions That offer was 500 is respectfully solicited a month for threo months JtAfDouble nnd Single Wo now offer 1000 a month for Rigs nnd Saddle Horse D MOORE for hire Parties convey fivo months or a total of Â¬ Â¬ J H PIERATT Bettman to Â¬ 5000 for five months ijcSS besides tho regular commissions will Â¬ Guarantee 40 per cent Gross Profit como able terms will nlso ntteml to nil cnlls for auc irl and tioneering uud solicit business of this kind ilespectfullv Ac JOHN H PIERATT ed to any point on reason- U WITH BEN WILLIAMSON Â¬ C0f Hardware Cutlery CATLETTSBURG KY Sole agency for South Mend Plow c A full club of five or ten must D at ono timo in order to share in Traders Deposit Bank John Rose I i m 3Hf5 A Boots and Shoes CR Tracy Co 1 - - t ler r 12G- bMfr Af1