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Digital page images are linked to the text file. irflKSj I Lr- - ii w -a- il r SPENCER COOPER Ownorand Editor Hazel Green Herald Established March 4 1885 and Mado Famous in tho Colobratcd Story of or ti Notny M - L 3 Jonntlinn and His Continent by Max ORoll World With Now From All Nations Lumhrlng nt Illn Hack 100 5 1894 A YEAR Always In Advanc lVJ TENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY THURSDAY APRIL UNCLE SAMS LIVER It Costs a Donl of Money to Keep It NUMBER 2 K Ifr a Etis sPOWsp Affitm In Order One ot tlio Iatost rrcNurlptloiiH SuekH to Itumovo thu Weed For tho Farmur t i v conduct itself like a healthy liver Years ago the American peoplo scarcely knew that they had a federal govern Â¬ ment it cost very little Now none is so ignorant that lie dont know of that governments existence itw cost is enor mous I heard a man say that when Lvnn Boyd was speaker of congress HS 000000 bushels of wheat paid all the THROUGH THE expenses of tho United States Forty years later Charles F Crisp is speaker l and it costs tho price of 500000000 J bushels of wheat to run Uncle Sams ADVERTISING COLUMNS affairs and they aro poorly run at that It wont do to say that the people dont ll foot the bills Iheie used to be a F LOCKHART J story about some benevolent foreigners who paid our taxes for us but even tho marines reject that now The senate and house both furnished illustrations of how it is that the governEZEL KY ment has become so outrageously costly In the senate it was seriously proposed and gravely debated to appropriate 1 HOUSE COMBS CAMPION KY 000000 of the peoples money for the purpose of digging up weeds out west somewhere probably South Dakota or B HQJLLON PnoPBiETOu J North Dakota or both When I was a The patronage of the traveling public is boy father sometimes thrashed me and respectfully solicited Table the best and he generally finished it off with the words every attention to the comfort of guests Now get n basket go to the sweet potato patch gather it full of pusley and and feed it to the pigs Stern old DemjflLLEN HOUSE ocrat that he was he never dreamed that does Â¬ gl The healthy liver never bothers its possessor never suggests its presence never reminds the owner that ho could not get along at all without a liver such as it A good government nhotild and HERALDS BSTCJ- TR cock-and-bu- e Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ LEE CITY KY h The above house is now open to the pub lic and the patronage solicited Table the best the country affords and charges reasonable Good stable and care of horses C U ALLEN live me a call Proprietor 313m Â¬ Â¬ H OTEL LELAND S Lexington Ky It liUOOKS Proprietor New Building Gas and Electric Eight Electric Elevator Heated throughout with 3 lot Water p Rates 200 a Day Near business center nnd depot Come and see S R HROOKS me Respectfully T C JOHNSON J H SWAXGO Cnnipton Hazel Green JOHNSON ATTORNEYS-AT-LA- SWANGO W Â¬ Will practice in the Wolfe county and cir cuit courts Collections promptly made and abstracts of title furnished on short notice A FLOYD BYRD ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Campton Ky Â¬ 3 Abstracts of title furnished collec tions made and prompt returns guaranteed Connected with the law firm of Wood fc Day Mt Sterling Ky in civil practice his son would live to see it proposed by the men who make the laws for the American Union to eradicate weeds at public expense True they call this Dakoyiweed a Russian thistle but in Kentucky we might call our pusley a Russian creeper and that is about what we will do if Uncle Sam is to do our grubbing for us when it h shown that something Russian has found a lodgment in our soil And thus it is that the government is to do everything for the people even to the pulling up of weeds There is nothing new in this idea it is as old as the hills It was practiced in times that were an cient when Herodotus founded history Egypt Assyria Greece Rome all tried it and it failed The modern nations of Europe tficd it for ages and are trying it vet some of them and it always has and always will fail The doctrine that it is Jie duty of the government to sup- Â¬ port the people is only that old dogma that Kings rule by right divine It is the superstition that government is a blessing which it is not instead of a curse which it is though a necessary curse just as that other curse is neces sary that jou shall eat bread in the sweat of your face and which every devil of us tries to evade every day of our lives Â¬ Â¬ A HOWARD STAMPER CAMPTON KY Attoiiney-at-La- w Will practice in the courts of Wolfe nnd the ndjoiniug counties All business entrusted toour care will receive prompt attention U w ITII BEN WILLIAMSON D MOORE CO Hardware Cutlery CATLETTSBURG KY Sole agency for South Rend Plows c John M Rose HAZEL GREEN KY 1h the only firm in the town which han dles the justly celebrated Boots and Shoes from the wholesale house of 0 P Tracy PORTSMOUTH JJ Co OHIO When vou want the REST footwear give him a call nolly IleuooiiNuiiiiGo IMIOUTEItS OK and Scotch Granite Monuments Statuary c ti 1111 Also uiuwuth in tut iciucia host Amorican LOUISVILLE KY ii Granites TV The weed proposition is no more vicious man the supplying of seed to the people at public expense There is a grand old man in the agricultural de partment who is trying to extirpate this Russian thistle of our policy but he will not succeed as long as the people elect fools and cowards and demagogues to congress This weed proposition is no more vicious and a heap less expensive than our naval policy which necessitates the expenditure of many millions in the construction of an imperial navy to the end that a man named Carnegie may sell the government armor plate and a man named Cramp may put the ships together and get royal bounties for ex pediting the speed of the craft This weed proposition is no more vicious and altogether less expensive than the om nibus public building bills wo used to have when the treasury was full of money Then it was that just enough port was served up to secure of the a quorum in both houses and thus it was that many towns got buildings that should not and others that should have had them got poorer buildings than they should have had This weed prop Â¬ osition is justice and patriotism and statesmanship incarnated when wo con trast it with tlio lemanus or certain oiu eran ny professional sheep farmers in Ohio William Lawrence and Columbus Delano who declare that they can not produco wool as cheaply as somebody in foreign parts can produco it and therefore tho proper caper is any to fine American manufacturer so much per pound who dare buy wool from tho man Well Mc who will sell him cheapest Kinley imposed the fine and then tho mniiufnctiirercoines before McKinley and See here Mack you aro tho Hays only civilized ruler in tho world who im poses a lino tax on wool and as a con sequence I cant competo with foroimi manufacturers of woolen cloths Just let mo write in your bill hero about 80 per cent fine ou tho American galoot that would bo so treasonably angioma niae as to buv woolen fabrics from a McKinley is n most obligr forejgncr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ VIOLKNT ing solon and so ho replies Sit right mitTU OF COXKYS SCHKSCK down nnd write in just what you please Promlorgnat Mnkon a Yloloun Attack on It Was a Dark Ualny NlRht as lie IIohh the great American taxpayer like John Hln Guard dored In the Mud Burnetts full moon cares not a damn Prcndergnst attempted to punch tho Chicago narrowly escaped the honor for expenses eyes out of Charles Johnson his death And so you have it As between tho watch last week He used a broom- Â¬ of being tho headquarters and Btarting Coxeys tariff robbery and tho weed grubbing stick and struck Johnson in tho face point for tho Coxoy army right hand man Carl Browne waa a del robbery I am for tho weed every time twice as tho latter sat in front of tho egato to tho silver convention in Chicago cell barely missing Johnsons left oyc last year from California and here the Not to bo outdone by tho senate tho Jailer Morris ordered Prcndergnst re Â¬ Coxoy had house seriously proposed and gravely moved to tho dungeon as soon as the two kindred spirits met been incubating his great reform Idea discussed the proposition to have a free affair was reported to him for two years at that time and asked delivery of tho mails in the rural disPrcndergnst refused to leavo the cell Browno to tako it up and agitato it tricts This piece of political buncombe and was taken out forcibly by Guards Browne is something of an artist a docs not rise to the dignity of paternal Thompson and Johnson Ho resisted glib speaker and in ovory wny qualified ism in government but sinks below the and shouted definnco to tho jailers but to reach class bottom of idiocy in demagogism It was finally landed in tho dungeon for n expected tho mako of people whom CoxoyÂ¬ to up his monster transwould cost 25000000 and create another couplo of hours Tho troublo which parade and ponce demonstra- Â¬ army of office holders The postmaster aroused tho prisoner wns caused by John Â¬ continental nccopted Ho Coxoya offer nnd general thinks he can do it for that if son compelling tho prisoner to sit down tion suggested that Chicago was tho best tho country roads will dry up early in when he was attempting to make a speech point for organization of spring But suppose the thing could bo to the court Prcndergnst waa wrathful oy insisted on Mnssillon tho army Cox Â¬ done for nothing It would not be and broko looso when Johnson left the Browno accordingly took uphowever nnd his residence tolerated in that part of Kentucky where court room in tho Coxoy household and went to I came from Its a good thing for you wo wero in Tho farmer in Southern Kentucky the court room that day when you took work Ho made pictures which wero lithographed and sent out by wholesale doesnt have a correspondence like ii hold of mc he cried to editors and everybody who could in wholesale merchant in Louisville or a Yes I expect so replied Johnson his opinion bo influenced in support of banker in New York or a congressman tho Coxey idea tho story of which as in Washington He takes the Weekly I know my constitutional rights related by Browne is in brief this Courier Journal and the Glasgow Times insisted tho assassin growing excited On a dark and rainy night during and mayhap his daughter takes a maga Â¬ nnd I demnnd them tho holidays of 1891 while Brother Cox zine or two It is one of the pleasures Well you nre getting them aro you ey was driving from Mnssillon to Pauls of his life to go to town once n week for not queried tho guard station four miles north of Mnssillon his mail That is tho day he trades at Theres a lot of you fellows around ho floundered about in tho muddy ruts the store swaps horses probably takes a hero who would be glad to see me get road and drink of licker if it is not a prohibi- tho worst of it You aro ono of them of theho suddenly when nnabout half wny homo hnd idea that tho tion town and several drinks if it is in too and I only way to get a good road system waa which latter event he whips the first felAt this point Prcndergnst seized a for the government build it and for low that bats his eye at him He sits broom in his cell nnd pushing the handle congress to exercisoto its constitutional on the goods boxes and talks polities and through the bars jabbed Guard Johnson right to mako settles the tariff and comes as near set- twice in tho face with tho handle with Thus three birdsmoney nnd pay for it tling the silver ouestion as it is possible all the strength at his command The one stone a goodwould bo killed with road to settle that He is that highest type attack was so sudden and unexpected of money nnd plenty of system plenty work for the of American citizenship a Kentuckinu that the guard was taken wholly by sur- Â¬ idle who is all that is admirable in an inde- prise The first punch of the broom TIIK LOST FOUND pendent yeomanry and all that is noble handle struck him on tho left check He is a type near the eye Had tho blow beon rein a proud squirehood that will bo eradicated from tho western ceived in the eye the sight would linve Typhoid Fovor Cnusi a Runaway to hemisphere nnd his descendants degener- been destroyed llcnort Tho second caught ate into serfdom unless our government Johnson on the check bruising it con- Â¬ Enrly in January last Chauncey tho discards tho paternalism of tho present siderably d son ofM S Moore u day and returns to the simplicity of Before Prcndergnst could again make wealthy man whose family resides in forty years ago use of the broom handle Johnson seized Terro Haute Ind but who does business This man this Kentuckian I have at- it and pulled it out of his hands Then in Chicago disappeared from homo and tempted to describe would as soon have the little assassin danced around in his no trace of him could bo found On his government to send a man to cut his cell and yelled Four hours in the dun Â¬ February 20 a lad appeared in Chntta fire wood and prepare his breakfast as to geon quieted him but he was very sullen nooea ragged weary and hungry and bring him his mail and there is as much when he returned to his cell soon after from exposure was taken reason for one as the other The curious with typhoid fever and sent to the county thing about the debate was that where poorliouse hospital under nn alins A Hon Jo 31 Kunriall population is sparsest tho demand for This gallant young Democrat needs no few days ago when convalescing ho told free delivery was greatest Pickler im- introduction to tho voters of this con- the superintendent his nniiio His father mortalized himself in his speech in favor gressional district as he is well and fa- was telegraphed for and snys ho has of the foolery I believe it is going to vorably known in every county compos spent seyeral thousand dollnrs in trying piss and probably that weed business ing tho same As tho successor to his to trnco tho lad and had a 500 standing will too Savoyard in Courier-Journa- l lamented father in the fifty second con- Â¬ roward ollered gress ho made a representation to which yucer Olijoct Lchnoii United Coiifcduratu VeturniiH older and more experienced legislators The United Confederate Veterans will could point with pardonable pride In The audience at tho little church nfc hold a reunion at Birmingham Ala on tho face of powerful opposition he se Cottage Corner a few miles distant froirv Wednesday and Thursday April i5 and cured a favorable report from the judi Macomb J II witnessed a queer perform- Â¬ 10 1614 liusiness ot ilie greatest im- ciary committee for tho location of a ance a few nights ago Rev Kurtz tho portance will demand careful considera- federal court at Jackson which was the Lutheran pastor had arranged a pro Â¬ tion during this the fourth annual co- Â¬ first report ever secured for a federal gramme in celebration of some event A nventionsuch as the best methods of court in Eastern Kentucky His favor- Â¬ lane crowd was present tho church wns securing impartial history and to enlist able report from the committee on pub- tastily decorated and tho progrnmmowas each state in the compilation and preser- lic buildings nnd grounds recommending being carried out nicely Tho preacher vation of the history of her citizen sol- an appropriation for a public building in announced that a collection would bo diery the benevolent care through state this city was also tho first report over taken up for charitable purposes Tho aid or otherwise of disabled destitute or secured in favor of a public building in baskets were passed around but the con- Â¬ aged veterans nnd the widows and or Â¬ this district These results demonstrate tribution wns very small in fact it phans of our fallen brothers in arms beyond a doubt that Mr Kendall exerted averaged less than a cent apiece for each the care of tho graves of our known nnd influence and was an untiring worker in of tho 40 members Mr Kurtz was dis- Â¬ unknown- - dead buried at Gettysburg the interest of his constituents Mr appointed nnd stepping to tho front of Fort Warren Camps Morton Chase Kendalls speech on tho currency deliv- the platform ho said Douglas Oakland Cemetery at Chicago ered only a few days after ho took his I had expected a larger contribution Johnsons Island Cairo and all other seat in congress and later his eulogy on than this and I feel liko making up the points to see that thoy aro annually Senator Harbour of Virginia were high deficiency myself Taking a fifty dnllnr bill from his decorated tho headstones preserved nnd ly complimented nnd favorably comprotected and complete lists of the mented upon by older members nnd pocket lie continued Thero aro now 40 members of th8 names of our dead heroes with tho loca- Â¬ stamped him at once as a man of con Â¬ tion of their Inst resting places furnished siderably moro than ordinary ability congrpgation and if four more persons to their friends nnd relatives through This much he did in less than a year will como forward and join I will conthe medium of our camps thus rescuing and it is only reasonable to supposothat tribute this fifty dollar bill their names from oblivion and handing ho can do moro if given a full term Ho No ono responded to tho request For them down in history tho consideration fs a vory modest and unassuming young a moment or two tho minister stood of the different movements plans and man and is not nor does he intend to bo looking at tho audience then ho advanced means to erect a monument to the mem- a chronic office seeker but asks tho Dem to where a lamp was setting nnd holding ory of Jefferson Davis president of the ocrats of this district to give him a the currency nbovo tho blnzo ho allowed Confederate States of America also to chanco to completo the work ho had it to burn to ashes Tho services were aid in building monuments to other mapped out and so well commenced in then continued great leaders soldiers and sailors of the tho pnrt of tho term that ho served south to aid in securing a pension from Mr Kendall stood aside tho last time Hon John 1 Htilyor the states lately composing tho Confed- Â¬ and gave other aspiring Democrats a Tho senator from Morgan was in tho erate states for Mrs Jefferson Davis to chance and thinks that this time the city several days last week en routo to make such changes in tho constitution district should give him an endorsement his homo from his duties nt Frnnkfort and by laws as oxperienco mny Biiggcst by nominating nnd electing him to tho By his earnest and intelligent efforts in fifty fourth congress Ho has already behalf of measures of interest to tho and other matters of general interest The total number of camps now ad visited all of tho counties in tho district peoplo in tho stato in tho sonato Mr mitted is 170 with applications in for nnd feels reasonably suro ho is thochoico Salyer mado a roputation of which any- Â¬ one might be justly proud nearly ono hundred more Following of the people Sentinel Democrat nis worthy list of camps by states N ETexas di services in the sonato have been favor Â¬ HiudluyK Ilaitcnlity vision 58 West Texas division 29 S ably spoken of by tho press all over the Now developments in tho forgeries of state Ho has been urged by admlritig E Texas division 19 N W Texas di sion 13 S W Texas division 12 totnl W II Hcndloy now in Mexico bIiow friends from nearly every section of Texas 181 Alabama 72 Mississippi that tho Covington distillers Creighton Kentucky to becomo a candidate far 47 Louisiana IM Arkansas 01 KenKrigler gave notes for a largo amount lieutenant governor In fact such a tucky 27 South Carolina 27 Florida of forged receipts upoif which Headley pressure was brought to bear on him to 25 Georgia 21 Tennessee 17 North had realized and now they must pay tho becomo a candidnto that ho could hardjy Carolina 11 Virginia 10 Oklahoma notes Another lot of roceipts has been dcclino but ho has and will not b k 4 Missouri 8 Indian Territory 2 Illi- Â¬ found to bo duplicated so that tho candidate and has eoveral good reaonsi nois 2 District of Columbia 1 West amount reaches startling proportions for his decision one of which is the fact VirginiaL In tho case of ono lot of C00 barrels thrco that his most intimate persona friend sets of receipts were sold in tho sonato tho Hon It T Tyler is a A liiiwyei Testimony candidate Mr John W Lyon a prominent lawyer At Bnrbertown near Scran ton Ponn Whilo here Col Salyer was visited by nt lortJervlsNY writes With Quoins Ointment I have reduced a lump or bono Andro Burtelll becamo angered because a grftit many of our most influential dilUcttlty on forward leg of my valuable road tho baby cried Ho picked tho infant Democrats who insisted on him making horse and am much pleased It bad been up out of tho cradle took tho lid off tho tho race for congress in this district For stovo and throw tho little 0110 on tho hot Up howover gY previously trented without success no podtive curbs splints spavins tJpuflT nnd oil conls His sister rescued tho babe but answer but is seriously considering tta bunches Quinns Ointment has no equal 111 L For sale by druggists or sent by mall upon it wan so badly burned that it died matter but we do net blive b receipt of 160 Address WR KdilvGo Bartelli left tho houo and has ubt leti make the race ij riMW t Whitehall X Y For talc by Jno M Roe found f vrm niWM - Â¬ Aif i ji 1 Â¬ ti u i KS hi i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ H Â¬ fifteen-year-ol- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ M Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ M tbi i fCiMr - thisUio4atIilDiBF v 1 v X i LA itr Xu eV 1 - 1 - v rrL il ia - AJS VEESBmmwmtmmwmm rrtv fW947itVWtmlffi -- mwXF A b4 fMm Hazel Green 4lnVCEU COOlM Herald KY AS TO THE CUCKOO A PROTECTION tliirutlltlril ISIni Tint Aptly TypHlr Irotrttlotilst I Veullnrlt FOR FARMERS TrotuUm or tho McKlnlcy iMiignuti THE DISGOVEREH OF SWAMP ROOT in Publisher V AAWL GKK12X wwwiifwwi BRITISH COURTESY Tkr Mlituipirutlin or tin- - Joltlin ItttW Aitokh tlm Wtitrr 1 Imvc hurt Americans lull nf iwirt xsl liitcruHtinff Americans limy wore of dinners In liondon wlicro thov lmrt wit nftor the women loft the room in absolute Isolation when tlio men near thuni turned their backs on them and talked of thlnps Interesting only t themselves und loft the Ntninjror to the mercies of the butler lmiitfini njlliinjr Wto that with us Imiitfim our ncpfleetlnff a tfuost to that extent Mil an KngllBlunnn too We inljfbl Motllhe and would find him probably a trifle obtuso but wo would not lei him mo it and wo would at lenst throw him a word now und again ami nsl him If be meant to shoot bl iiinc or morcly to wrlto a book about us It might not be that wo intended to read his book or caroi whether ho shot inciw or him ftclf butoH long as ho w our jjuest we would try to make h in feel that wedtd not consider our responsibility was nt an end when we gave him his Hut tlu nvenipe 1hiffllshinau and Knjrlish woman doe noj feel this responsibility I remem ber a dinner given In New York to u prominent Englishman who was visiting this country and there happened to be a number of very clever mei at the table who were good aftct diunet bread-and-butter Â¬ Â¬ ti fi ftly tboj tnuti which is a vastly different thing Tho Englishmans contribution to the evenings entertainment vis Nuueession of stories which he had heard on this side and which he told very badly Tho Amrrleans were quite ablo to judge of this as they had told the storie thenmelves many different times lint they all listened with the most se rious or amusod interest and greeted each story with the proper amount of laughter and bv saying How very good and Quito delightful Then they all reached under tho table and kicked tho shins of the unhappy host who had subjected them to this trial In Knglnnd It would not have been the host nor his English friends who would have been tho ono to suffer went with a man who had never been hi London buforo to n garden party last Minuiier and warnud him on the way that he would not be introduced to anyone and that after ho had met his hostess ho would probably be left rooted to a block of stone on the rorruco and would be as little considered as a marblo statue He smiled scornfully at this but half an hour after our arrival 1 passed him for the third time as lie stood gaing dreamingly out across the park just where I had left him And as passed he dropped tho point of his stick tot ho ground and drew it carefully around the lines of the slab of marble upon Xtshieh he was standing and then con tiintM to smile signitlcinty out across the lawn 1 do not think thoy treat us in this way because we are Americans but because we are strangers and Lon don is a very busy place and a ver big place and thoe who go about there have their time more than taken up already and have but little to spare for the chance visitoY It is tho same with their own people Uiehard Hard- ing Davis in Harper Magiriuc Â¬ talkers and not after dinner tellers story- Â¬ the cuckoo has probably come Into politics to stay It is well perhaps that tho real oharaeterUtles of tho bird should bu well understood When tho matter is thoroughly investigated no one can fail to be struck with the re- Â¬ semblance between the republican party and the cuckoo party The term cuckoo Is applied to several different genera of birds There Is tho eueulus ounorus or English cuckoo which has the habit of depositing its eggs in tho nests of other birds As soon as tho young cuckoos havo been hatched and have developed a little strength they proceed to kick tho oth er birds out of the nest and usurp tho totai control of It Tho notes of this species are said to be loud and joyful as is the habit of all jingoes when they havo succeeded in any game of spolia- Â¬ tion In the autumn they arc usually fat thuii reminding us of the sons of the missionaries in Hawaii after they had obtained possession of the wealth of the members of thulr fathers ilochs In the United States we havo the -billed cuckoo sclentUieally known as the Coceyzus Americanos which builds Its own nest but devotes much of Its time and attention to sucking the eggs of other birds The impartial observer w 111 not fail to note that both these kinds of cuckoos eOilbit characteristic qualities of the republican party As a jingo party it is best represented by tho Knglish cuckoo because it has adapted and is seeking to apply the English policy of spoliation toward feeble nations When the lhiglish cuckoo invades the nest of another Nrd it lays a very small egg too small to excite apprehension but when the egg is hutched the young cuckoo after receiving nourishment for a time from the original proprietor ends by taking full possession of the As Â¬ yellow- nest Sucli was the conduct of the Yankee j uckoo in Hawaii It obtained admis sion into that snug little nest and laid an egg that bore the counterfeit trade Â¬ Â¬ 1 iMssionary altruism mark Other eggs of a similar kiud were deposited from time to time and from them were hatched Dole Thurston and all that brood who call themselves sons of missionaries but who are really suckoos und have got full possession of I lie Hawaiian nest and are likely to keep it until they quarrel among themHaving had their harvest they selves xvi now fat and sleek as tlm Mritish mckoo is wont to be after the harvest Â¬ reason Â¬ -- llio Coccyxus America mis is a splen did represuntativeof the American protectionist who advocates what he calls He builds his the American system own nest and builds it snug and tight but he provisions it by robbing the nests of other birds The protectionist alsh builds a nest and then he goes into the homes of other people for the purpose of getting as large a part of their earnings as possible and the more he gets the more he wants At this very moment the owners of most fhe other ne ts are observing lhat there is a remarkable scarcity prevailing ih their homes and though they all know that the cuckoo has paid them a visit there are still some who proTess to doubt what it is that is making times hard As for the cuckoo himself he is causing it to be given out that he has been in the habit of sharing his otcalings with some of the other birds uitl that the distress is caused by the iippreheusiou that his facilities tor in vading other nests are about to be cut Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HEALTH KlurUiiitlon IN LONDON Kit In off Thei tcct olo1 jcon vTlltll muK vavl ocri the RSi orlj th eai M U one In forty one pel sons living This great improvement in the state of pub lie health In London was not except to a trifling extent the result of sanitary legislation Tooplo were beeominy more enlightened on many matters affecting their health partly owing to a more general knowledge of chemis Â¬ try physiology and other sciences re lating to man and his surroundings When those intrusted with tho con duct of public affairs became uwuro howÂ¬ much tho health of tho peoplo was af fected by bad water by foul emana Â¬ tions and even cesspools and by too great a density of population they bo uan tosecuro supplies of pure water to construct proper house drains and atrcot sowers to romovo systematically filth from houses and to widen streets Tho promulgation of tho natural laws f health preceded tho enactment of hws of health by tho state leunors eUdcovcry of propeylarcls In smallpox hsd for its corollary the vaccination laws Tho chemical analysis of water was thq basis of acts of parliamont re Â¬ Â¬ llRlitoiitli Cnutun 1700 to 17r0 the death rate in irom London was no high that the popula tion stagnated In the former year the inhabitants numbered 1UVJ00 and in JMi During this the latter year period the deaths were in the ratio ol about one per thirty persons livin y SOI the population hitl evept up to T77u00 and the deaths had fallen to Â¬ of tltc Otntli thr upon a suitable Cameron nt Sanitary Congress IlMvbaHd v lAtlnjf to water and vlvorsChurhb rlss fcwuA you this morning fbx I had the house Wife Why lohn I wasnt near the window tlin ftuKbawd I wonder who It was wiitntjr te Walt Did you soo mn my lft wfi dositVnow but r wl thin nuumlnsrslipguossed Hits MHvaut nd The robber barons have at last hit emblem Let them stop putting eagles on lholr tickets and substitute cuckoos The eagle is a ffftssftsff robber too but he rolls boldly and without pretending to be anything M I he else than what he is cuckoo is a robber by stealth ami under false pre l- tenses The Cueulus eauiiriis is a jingo after the Itrltish pattern with a tenor Who Are tor the First Time to Undergo voice to praise his own lawless thrift Womans Severest Trial we offer the toceyus Amerleauus is an advocate of the American system of spolia tion practiced upon his neighbors in a Moses of Tom leed St Louis lie the name of patriotism Louisville public V Smash the McKinley law It A- A remedy which if used as directed a few weeks before con- Â¬ raised taxes emptied the treasury and finement robs it of its Pain Horror and Risk to Life of both In the Hawaiian discussion in the stimulated monopolies only to add by mother and child as thousands who have used it testify house Mr MoCreary of Kentucky the reaction to the depression caused I used two bottles of Motmeus Friend with marvelous results called attention to one fact In connec by the republican silver panic N Y and wish every woman who has to pass through the ordeal of child birth World tion with the revolution so called to know if they use Mothers Friend for a few weeks it will rob con- Â¬ Day by day the tariff agitation which a good many of our republican finement of pain and suffering and insure safety to life of mother and M friends seem to have forgotten It was approaches the definite result of tariff cftidMRS Sam Hamilton Eureka Springs Ark the provision in tho treaty submitted reform anil day by day more of the un Â¬ a Book to Mothers mailed free containing voluntary testimonials Vr during the last days of lrcsidcnt Har employed go back to work as more Vicg Soldbeatall Druggistscnarccs prenxiuURADKIKLDor REGULATOR CO ATLAMTA GA m on receipt price si so nor bottle dt express administration that tho deposed tories start up It Is bad for repubrisons by i queen should receive an annuity of lican prophecies but pleasant for the jfcfc twenty thousand dullars and the prin- Â¬ people Louisville Courier Journal As the deficit since July I cess of one hundred and fifty thousand ABK YOUH JKWKMSR FOR dollars Tho putting of such a clause amounts to nearly forty tivo million 80 ACRES THE NEW YORK STANDARD WATCH in tho treaty was not only very like dollars Mr Harrison of Indianapolis Fine Farming Land an admissionas Mr McCreary in Â¬ feels that he is a Napoleon of finance The Best In the World for the noney AND WRITE TO US FOR timatedthat tho dethronement of the when It comes to dealing with a sur- Â¬ IK was a conspiracy and not a rcvo plus so as to leave his successor an iniun Phillips Co Wisconsin lutlon but Indicated that Mr Harrison empty bag to hold X Y World Will Be SOLD at a BABG1I5 vecUly written by lloiled down to Its real meaning A beauttrul llluatratml book had a good deal of that partiality for Aitmixaa H A Amtrtcai mod illntlnulhf U on nml tUUftliter t eai I Mtxouo mnsririK ca I E Queen Lll with which tho caricaturists all that the g o p organs have to say FKKK Highly ontertalntnh nil Instructive AitdrM rOl OalCi SM Btkrixn St Cklctc NEW YORK STANDARD WATCU COXIANY of tho g o p havo sought to invest against Chairman Wilson of the ways York IS Street and means committee is that ho knows 1rcsldeut Cleveland Detroit Free ACRES OF LAND arxAMi tins rJohn iw u juNow apib too much to be u congressman He cerTress forsftlobyttteSAiMTFiUL A DOIOTH ftAILRfAD tainly kuows too muoh for tho people DODQIiAS 3 fin OK nsmta W Tho democratic party has always who aro arrayed against him Detroit CoxrAMT In MIbdcmu Beud for Maps aad Circu-Â¬ equals custom work cosiing iroin best bolioved that tho minimum burden of Kreo Press lars Thejr will be sent to you Imm n mh A world value far tho moner Name and mice is tho best nud every citizen taxation Everr stamped on the bottom Tho republican cry of cuckoo is can attend to his business hotter thun not going to disorganize thodomocratio pairwarramcti lananasuuiu c an iui ijiici lur luit AddwM tho federal government cun attund to party HOPEWELL CLARKE description of our complete When Mr Cleveland meets tho Lad CeamUloner St Paul Mlaa It for htm Elected on that Issue the party view of what Is right he eau al- Â¬ ics tor laaies ana gen ueraea or scna tor ji party has proposed a bill ways reply upon Its support When he democratic TSnmltUMH luttraUd Catalog i ed BUIUm which ha foV iU object tho lessening does this it will be moo dangerous giving Htj Ikjr HI Vut tntaat structtoi of the burden of taxation Such a bill than it is now for republicans qLK Ifefaw pkvtMtnV N U Uf iww te sumi anus v who W1HITIH VM J cw to the Wilson tariff billAlbany Ar- derby mall Postsgefree You can get tUel ruttle the feathers In tho cuckoos neat bargains or dealers who tmsh our shoes Chloagx MtoYlekorN Â¬ Â¬ about time for western farmers to ask tho MoKlnleyltcs who have been promising thorn a home market at high prices for all their products what they have done for wheat They will Hurt It dllllcult to recall a tlmo when wheat was so low and they cannot bo sure that It has touched bottom yet Why Is this The hiyh tariff philos ophers and homt market makers have had things all their own way for years They have made the tariff to suit themselves all theseyears and they havo nut ceased to tell tho farmers of the good time coming when under thu policy of protection they would have homo customers paying them the hlghent prices for all the products of thu soli Not very long ago President Harrison swung around tho clrclo telling tho rural population about the Ideal condition In which they would take their produce In their own wagons to the factory doors and swap It for whatever manufactured arÂ¬ ticles they might want That homo market that ideal con- Â¬ dition lias not been realized It is as ideal and remote as ever The farmer is selling a larger percentage of his wheat abroad than he did before tho protectionists began to make a homo market for him away back in the six ties And still the price he can get abroad governs the price lie gets at home llow does he like the price Sixty cents or under per bushel at tideÂ¬ water and less In proportion to the length of the haul from his farm llow does that strike the farmer as a fill 1111 meut of protectionist promises How much longer does he think ho can itand it to wait for that homo market and pay the line of some Hfty per cent on the goods that he has to buy with the proceeds of his wheat One would think he might be grow Â¬ ing tired of the home market theory in its practical application by this time Let him look at it for a moment The first step in making that home market is to shutout foreign goods as much as possible by taxing them enormously The first step is to prevent tho farmer from buying goods of the foreigner That done the foreigner has less in-Â¬ clination and less ability to buy the farmers produce Ho buys less or tries to find some other country whero he can buy cheaper This is precisely what the foreigner lias been doing with great diligenco and no little success Repelled by our protectionist policy as a customer of the American farmer ho has built railways in India and furnished the means to build others in Argentina The result is that ho is getting large quantities of wheat produced by the exceed- Â¬ ingly cheap labor of those countries and down goes lie price That is tho way the home market theory works when reduced to practice by the high tariff economists The price of wheat lias fallen one half or more under tho practical working of that theory tnder the McKinley tariff the farmer may take 100 worth of wheat to Liver- Â¬ pool and exchange it for 100 worth of goods Hut if he brings the goods back he is stopped at the custom house and He must part with taxed i0 on them another 0 worth of wheat before he can get his 100 worth of goods That is lie must give SttO worth of wheat for 100 worth of goods Under free trade lie would get his 100 wortli of goods for flOO wortli of wheat and have worth of wheat left to ex Â¬ change for other g ods or to invest Now doesnt the farmer think that with wheat at its present price it would stand him in hand to try the free trade plan for awhile Doesnt ho think he could survive a little longer if he could keep the whole of that wretchedly low price instead of having one third of it taxed a way from him He ought tit least to be willing o try the experi Â¬ ment and find out whether there is any truth in the two fundamental rules of arithmetic Chicago Herald OPINIONS AND POINTERS The must painful strain in all the hard times politics is the effort to make Is Â¬ thlr-ty-thrc- It A GREAT TRIUMPH OF MEDIOAL SCIENCE ami hi many cases bo fatal Ho dotermlnod study thorcfore to dovoto his talents to tho moans uot only to rc and discovery of tho Hovo euro and restore theso all Important organs to health when thoy vroro dlsonscd but to strengthen and stlmulato them so that thoy should properly perform their neccs snry functions Tho result of his exhaustive What a Great anil Living PIiTatclan Investigation and experiments resulted in linn Accomplished by Dovollag A lit To to the Studr and the dfscovery of a compound now known as Kotlof of DUcrbc Dr Kilmers Swamp Hoot Tho phenomGrant or a noted statesman llko Bismarck or a brilliant lawyor like Kvarts or an olo qucnt clergyman llko Boeclior newspapers aro full or their praise and cvoryono knows of their remurkiiblonchlovctucuts biographers spring up to flatter ami extol thorn In volume after volume but tho ouo who Is greatest and noblest of thouiall who Is tho Â¬ If a Ricnt General is born to tho worldllko o Â¬ enal success of tlds great remedy has dem Â¬ onstrated tho fact beyond a doubt thot It i now tho truo specific not only forKiduoy Liver and Blndder difficulties but seldom falls to euro that much dreaded Brights Dls oaso which after all Is nothing but ad Â¬ vanced Kidney Disease Wo say now If Dr Kilmor had douo noth- Â¬ ing clso to mako his muno Immortal tho dis- Â¬ covery of this ono great remedy alone has given him a reputation that will coaUnuo so Â¬ S AND1UL ItlLMEK M D BIJTOIUMTOK N T Â¬ Â¬ 1 physician labors on modestly hi his grand long as tho world stands Dr Edward Jen work of saving llfo and relieving pain and ner died in 1S23 but his discovery of vacdistress and is content to do without biog cination still oxists throughout tho civilized raphers and leaves his praiso to be sung bj universe Dr William Thomas Green Mor- Â¬ tho grateful patients ho has cured What ton has long been dead aud yot ho lives to- Â¬ grander nobler or holier coreor can there day through his wonderful discovery of anbo than that of ministering to tho sick aud aesthetics and long after our distinguished sulToriiigl Dr Kilmer has passed from earth his nama To say that Dr Kilmor is tho leading phy- will bo familiar as thodiscovorcrof Swamp sician to day among tho many skillful men Uoot tho greatest remedy of this 10th cenn our profession is truo if a iifms succoss tury nud achievements are counted in tho scale It has becomo an axiom that tho man is a Tor over forty years ho lias devoted his lifo public benefactor who succeeds In making and talents of which naturo has most rich- two blades of grass grow whero only one ly endowed him to the studyof disease and has grown before then what shall wo its successful treatment During that timo say of tho man who is ablo to increase ho has personally oxaminod prcscrilwd for the averago duration of human life Tm and successfully treated nearly a half mil wo freely conccdo has boon accomplished by linn patients In trentlng so vast an army S Andral Kilmer M D through tho dis of Invalids it has enabled him to thor- co very of his famous remedy Swamp Root oughly porfoct test and provo tho merits of and wo say it without fear of successful conhis priccloss prescriptions tradiction Its wonderful cures and lti In tho early days of his practice and lator power over tho Kldnoys bus done aud is do on Dr Kilmer found tho snmo old difficulty ing more to Increase tho averago duration con f rooting him that has battled every phy of human lifo than all physicians and medi sliian from tho days of Galon to tho cines known present tlmo thoro was no known specific C K Bisowk A M M D Ph G for kidney dlseaso which is so provident Biughamton N Y Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Young Wives 4 riothers Friend - Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ Wi Â¬ tfy WIS LAND TrFIRSTWATCH I Â¬ 1000000 sSi B IT V M K mM M mm -- P Clttc M LiM public iienter you 0lC W1 -- i -- UalL ltwlSfcfc- sssz 1IVilf to MWltf fr 1tmHili IlllWlWta Li Wl - tos - -- w V V Jffl 1 ff v -- fA - 7 v V Sb vi i - w V I1 HOME hi NTS AND HELPS Ohoenlntu Walnuts Dip hnlvcaof fjiivalniit s in molted oliocolnta lottitiii linrdoii mill then dip ngnta Clir ilo orciims can have hulf of a wunnt dropped on Iho oliucoluto a Mutx tin dipped ho tin walnut wIIIhIiow Hlborts nnd pecan mils unit bo dipped In lie clincnlntv twice and urt very meo flood Uousokcepiinr -l- Melcletl Sweet Apples For plvklltifr they may Ki pared quartered and cored us for canning or pared andtne core removed with a slim sharp Unifo leaving the apple In Its original hhapo minus theeore or they may h- - out In halves and the core miconout rook until soft in liquor mink- the same as for ptoklinjr pears In short in any place where pears are lined sweet ap Â¬ ples make a good substitute and they are healthful as well as apprtiziiitf Country lontloman - i i i heat until thoroughly dried out llnoe ateaeupfnl of the shelled pop eorn into the hot salt stir constantly and when it begins to pop keep it moving with a large iron spoon until it ceases to pop Then dip the torn olV with a ladle and use the sainu salt again Indeed it can be used several times nutting it away where it will keep dry each time The philosophy of Irs method is that the hot dry salt absorbs all the inois tuie in the corn thus enabling it to pop out clear and brittle This is much better than when a popper is used as J much more corn can be popped at One time Orange Judd Farmer lloilcd Salads Perhaps it never occurred to some housekeepers thattho remains of an old fashioned boiled din ner could Ik converted into a very pretty and delicious salad Kqual parts or any proportions of different vegetables included in the dinner can be ued Hy arranging them in layers on a flat dish they may be made very pleashr to the eye as well Make a HtJemunnd of dice potatoes then one of rod boiled beets then one of turnips next carrots then cauliflowers then string beans and in the center a little mouml of the cold meat larsley and turnip Jops the young sprouts which grow in the winter may be used for decoration The best dressing is the plain French dressing three table spoonfuls of oil one of vinegar and salt and pepper Melted butter cream 1410 liiuholn Potatoes Tor Aero Kl or sweet bacon drippings can be suJa-st- This astonishing yield was reported tuted for the oil but should not ha by Abr llahn of Wisconsin but Sal mingled and poured over until the salad potatoes always get there The is about to be eaten American Agri ters of the Ilural New Yorker reports editor culturist i a yield of 70 bushels and 8 pounds per ere from ouo of Salters early potaIS IN KERCHIEFS toes Above 1410 bushels are from Salters new seedling Hundredfold aco or Sitlc 5mii for Kveiiluc Im Clitmi His new early potato Lightning Ex- Â¬ Slllv Tor Ordinary TIiuih press has a record of SOU bushels per The handkerchiefs in vogue for even- Â¬ ing use are dainty biu of lace or silk acre He offers potatoes as low asSJfiO gauze those of real point or duchessu a barrel and the besi potato planter in with center of llnost linen lawn still the world for but S2 lr YOU WIIl ClT THIS CUT AND PKXD IT remaining the favorites for a bride or with Oc postage to the John A Salzer to put the liuishing touch to an elab orate toilet especially when the latter Seed Co La Crosse Wis you will re- Â¬ has a garniture of similar lace A pret ceive free his mammoth potato cataty one can be found for one dollar and logue and a package of sixteen day Get There EljM adish ficl a quarter with a narrow border of duehesse lace and a similar piece let TiiATclmugcs tho complexion of things in ul the four corners wlule tor mused Wigwag us he mixed at his wifes cnty live dollars an exquisitely dressing case Philadelphia Kceord ffnc specimen almost ennxdy South at Iluir UntcH composed of point can be procured On March 8 and April ISM the LouisÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ -i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- -- How to Top Corn Pluee a quart of common salt in a Inrjrolrcn pot and DESTROYING THE CURRENCY Am roe Julnp to OilltorMa to Attend tho Mltht Inter t nlr How Mutilated Money It llict1 of und If nomulthlft the Irrnlwtlnc Medium lleuewctl On account ot tho Midwinter now Nearly every working day In the hoing held at Ban Frnmlsco tho Fair Four Dig year at about two oclock in the after Â¬ llouto has placed in eflect vbhy low hatch noon a queer procession may be seen from am io t nts on lt groat system of railroads threading Its way through certain dark Diego to San Francis o Los Angelea San and other principal points in duller corridors of the United States treasury nla and the West Nirthwt and South Â¬ building The procession starts from west and will sell tickets via either of Its St Loiis Oiucaoo on the Hcdcmption division of tho olllce of three gateways turn limit until April swth FiMittA wltli iv the controller of the currency proceeds ism Solid vestthulod trait 8 run dally to down the long corridor to the south each of these- cities with clcimut sleeping west light of stairs and then descends cars private compartment butet sleeping parlor to the sub basement Then it marches ears u choice cars and liniugcniMuml nfloruÂ¬ ot routes livin tle eland Cinlug along another eorrldor a short distance cinnati Columbus Sprinirlleld Dayton In- Â¬ and suddenly turns into a largo room dianapolis and Intermediate point This service liuinexi oiled bv any other in which is a steam engine and a huge excellent all persona Kciug to California this line and Iron tank winter tdiould by all moans consult tho This procession represents all tho au- nearest representative of the Dig Four Homo for othor thority of tho National Hank Redemp pertaining rates and all Went iuformntlou o the Croat tion agency The room in which it U 1 Mahtin 0 P nnd T A comes to a halt contains the machinery E O McCorMK K Pass Traflle Mnngr Cincinnati O for the destruction of worn and muti lated currency who had just surrendered A The tank referred to Is in reality a his Chicago manfootpad was moved to re watih to a big steel reservoir into which steam is mark thai ho didnt know when he had beeu introduced It is provided with a grind- Â¬ so pressed for time Washington Star ing apparatus and is called a macer a KeiiKMiiticr ater Previous to tho arrivul of the That the Wisconsin Central has tho un procession tho machine has been tested by the engineer in charge An engine qualified endorsement or all it being tho most popular Hue between Chicago and of about thirty horse power is required watikceaudSt Paul Minneapolis and Mil the to operate it When the boxes are Northwest It is recognized as the Pullman brought into the destruction room the Line between Chicago and Milwaukee and points agents of the government and the Ashland Daluth and Lake Superior lies the Thattho Wisconsin Central tout in moat prominent points in Wisconsin hav Â¬ banks each produce a key which is serted in a lock connecting with the ing more business centers than any railway and macerater After all the keys have toThat from the Northwest is unsurpassed performed their duties tho macerater is hy any its dining oar ervioo its representa othor line and that opened Then a lot of red tape is un Â¬ tives will cheerfully furnish any informawound from the treasure boxes and tion that maybe desired For full details regarding he man who carried them from the re Folders Maps etc addressHates ltoutes our nearest uemption division lifts them one after ticket omit or J as C Pond Gen Pass Agent another and dumps their contents into Milwaukee Wis the reservoir As soon as the last pack Â¬ age of bills has left the box the cover taken TiirY to the macerater Ik relocked tho engi platform say Drown haswonder the lecture take anyShouldnt neer starts his engine and the huge thing he can lav his hands on Atlanta Constitution grinders begin to perform their task It must not be supposed for a moment DiMfnivd Cuiitiot bn thatthe money thus destroyed is lost by local applications as thej Cured reach cannot to circulation When a national bank the diseased portion of the ear ihcie isonly dispatches mutilated currency to the one way to cure Deafuessyud that is by conDeafness iscaused by stitutional treasurer of the United States a check an lullitMied remedies of the mucous lining condition by him to the bank of the Eustachian Jubo When this tube is immediately sent When pets iuilimod you have a rumbling sound or representing the sum received the destruction of the mutilated bills is lmporfoi t hearing and when it Is entirely tho the result and complete new sheets are issued from closed Deafness isbe taken oat andunlesstube this intiammation can the controllers oilice and forwarded to restored to its normal condition hearing will the bank In this way the national be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten bank currency of the country is kept are caused by catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of tho mucous surcomparatively clean N Y Times Â¬ Â¬ - o Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Report JS2Z ABSOLUTELY PURE Rcssmx four years of ago was Balling down the Columbia river with a party of friends Ho was much interested in everything ho saw nnd nt length ventured this remark uPtipn 1 think this boat must havo awful long feet to walk lu this water Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I I is noticed says Uncle Mose Ugli fellers dnt docs do mos shouUn an tukV about dolr future llfo is do ones dat come auvways nigh investlu all deir aioaey ludlanapolls Journal hi It rJft Â¬ Â¬ ample remarked Undo Eben who was in rather a gloomy mood an when yob pits through yob alu got no suranee of hatchln Washington Star an Plug Uncle GKonaK I trust Henry Ithat yo HenryTNp bayeat just lost a uct of are out of debt ten dollars that his daughters dldutdaucc got qulto so far as that but I am Boston Transcript One of tho girls admitted that nho had everything olso schottlsched once across tho parlor and hack whereupon tho parson handed over Tne girl who can skate has a good Uma tho money Kansas City Star but tho girl who 13 learning has her haai squeezed tho tightest Atchison Globe Hits mighty hnhd tcr set a good ex- Â¬ A ICnxTiCKV parson has ifj Now svin tho storekeeper as he gazed proudlv at the lettering on Ida new brass sign thats what 1 call polished English Washington Star generally accompanies a tprpld liver and indigestion An in loor Hfo ofton brings o tills condition thoro follows anamiia or lack of blood frequently another worso effect that of Pvspopsto Dr ricivos Goldon MeoV leal Discovery is tho restorntlvo tonic and liver invlgorator which will poHtty em flint niirli PAKML A BAD TEMPER Â¬ Â¬ No Sakeu HiiMnnr can bo hod for Coughs and Colds or any trouble of tho Throat than Urouvid Broiicihil TivchcJ Price aots A Tiooa man calls his cook Misery be Philadelphia cause sko loves company Hccord i K fWsym bett lMtttmm Co M 1hyBiciano pro- Â¬ writes nounced my case acuta lmliucatlon If it bad - airs jaurkui wr Vocalists Public Speakers praiso Halos Honey of lloivhound and Tar Pikes Toothache Drops Curo in ouo minute AcToits s m 5 1 VW 14 MY-- I Â¬ Givi lovo the power and It will always help Hams Horn tr IIovhIiim Citrtulit Croup Cnro For throat and luug troubles Druggists or send 60 cents to A P lloxsu HufTulo N Y An open mouth closes thu ears Horn CURES PROMPTLY AJ irood until I beaan talc- f Inrlliom TllO Di4COory also ctirrd my chUA of nlKht awcntH and m oak Dtomueh wliloli follotveil an nttucU of Vo vnnot PiK uuiontR A Ona Mrs praltK your meulciuor 8old by all mediclno doalors too liltthlr T1- - - Qohlcn Medical Discov Â¬ ery and Pleasant Pellets I Firmly beltovo I would havo been In my grave for tint hi nor did mo RUT not Iwou for Dr Plorcoa y s Â¬ Hams PIERCE OR MONEY KETDRNED CURE E Â¬ faces Wo will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure JIIFNP LMifikllLdd Ti TA tAXiar SOOTHES SUBDUES CURES SWELLINGS BACK ACHE SORENESS 1 Send for circulars five F J Uhimy it Co Toledo O CjrSohl by Druggists 7V Halls Family Pills i cents SHHSSMiS HSuiisW uir j t Vci rtatiltf nvju i i ThoniTHOll p iwinpl J StuOiKVEnolil Br careful of your language when talking with tho eleuitor boy he is apt to take you up tuiuu ivr itrClet IvinnvtimiwprcnrWrmRNvliilnllinTrnrlil TI1KK T here Ell Udlh Ut for uo In IS ilaytand cau u iiuruiKB vaaiPtTiio aionc w ror ixnuigv ntntlntrriiJtoraMr1inTrV nnwnf linnlflniM nn im iinnnv iiuuuiu iti tipiiihi itt il rnr Id ikHHht for thu million TA iiktrn lrlint VViothn very quickly lioston Bulletin 100 Worlds Futr lljotus for 61 These beautiful pictures are now ready for dellverv in ten complete parts pi pictures comprising each part- - and the whole set cau be secured hy the payment of line Dollar sent to Cio II Huvrroitn General Passen crer Asrent Chiiti Milwaukee A St Paul Iiailwa Chicago 111 and thcporlfolios of iiciiw win ui miu iiw ui isjiciim uy mail to subscribers Kcmiltnnccs should Ik made by draft money order or registered letter A Soitu Atcihson woman carries off tho banner for cold feel they recently frozo in bod Atchison Kauj Globe the De Long Eye Hook Richardson Cant Let Go w JJ I ti Jan I superb Bounflvoiume Scribners Magazlnd Jtino 93 1 DjLoiijcBros Philadelphia -- Ipure 111 vvniiu p heliotrope tyalMavored The edge is embroidcriwPViiwhito or colored lloss- Vt siljfhvand one variety displayed has a 1 iiukow hem stitched border with a rowof the silk embroidery just above Parisian novelty in silk gaue it shows a square of pale yellow with an edging of black lace set on the laee broaiUsning or narrowing to meet the irregilar outline of the gauze eentor j pieciM Another Imported sample is of a fuinl shade of pink erepo with wide j A low voice Is an oxcollent tiling In rom Bn also a low lmt lmck border of colored embroidery fancy white or tinted China and The rei Tun trolley cars aro just killing lapaneso handkerchief for ordinary marked a Chestnut street mrl Phlliulelphls use can be purchased for almost any Call price from nineteen cents upwards and man who yells loudest his horse comes with the plain stitch an added M Tin nUvnva flio mnii ulin atiititWH tho tint initial or with embroidered finish oft Btniightest fiirrow Young Mens Era white or colored hllks However it is Young I Wans tongues wag feet lag fl not so much nueti as a similar article Mens lira of linen and it is hure to lose Its white STors at Nothing Tho Arabic scheme of lies or original tint when laundered ofTerlnd numerals Tho shops are constantly some special lot of this both useful anil Tunun ean bo no truo politeness without ornamental part of the wardrobe at i tho practice of self denial Hams Horn reduction in price and If one is on the i T1Z man who went Dktono his lookout for opportunities the puiuliuMij gBloop ln th0 Rtatlon Tho idolpuia Keoonl trala can be uffuctcd at much lower rntof ocean nnd tho than ordinarily I Tnrgame they both train robber work tho eamo mako tho jiasiengeiv Jffpr general use or dressy oceulon rive uti Ttho fine linen or Unon luwn huudlcer Wouns ntv not worth Young Mens Era chief with tluinty border of laco or cm bfoldery is preferable One seen oi Folks who bono Ihe counter of a Hroadway shop was o help Hams Horn aro generallv folks who linen lawn as lino an gossamer its nari jj dcAuo Injustico tow heniKtltched border was decora teilji AsK n mnn how to aro treating him and hoAUliin delicate hand embroidery and a vlnrf W ill toll howothoru soa Globo samo encircled it just above th bl tho licni inin HCLtuiu wan inn men niui 1 1 You maj never knock tho bulls oyo but dollars and a half and was notlcabl I font Ib no good nason why you should uot Ichasto and rellned ln etlect A seconr aim at it Galveston News Was composed of linen most choice I oriora vmip Imnnvwrniin ilitiiv rill nt thft Dont draw ut all hou over- ntallty and its embolliHliment was o 1 nitoll rawu Atlanta Constitution arrow Valenciennes both the edgin nd a bad of insertion which was let I 8 Tiieiie is youngSlasher aerona tho ptreot bove the bordor being of this lace 4ocs ho go in f or football Htllll No itu obuv for arnica una court piaster now iVhlte is always recommended as ii ntcr Ocean good tajste but tho delicate tints ar ermisslble when dealrcd to mate WTnrN a good Idea at dices a inuslciau it Is nne particular shade of drw or ril nlv nroner that he should inuku a noto ui upon too wane jianuKaceiuei Jm t nuffulo Courier U I i orvii creamy line uuttir tintf Jwink vellow ecru ntu w-w ville Nashville Hailroadwill sell tickets for their reirulur iruiun to nrhichuil noiuts in tho south at one single fare for tho round trip These excursion rates take In the prin- A l i i HiUipaii i lien nun iiiwiit ill riv iiiiuvJniis Iteorgii West Florida and Missis banui sippi Tickets will be good to return within jwcntv oavfi ana win no on saio at fi ioms lEvansvlllc Ijouisvillo and Cincinnati on Tins would bo a much better world If anovc tales inrougn cars lrom ineseeiiius more people would take their own advice to nrincinal nniuts south Ask your ticket Dallas News ogfiit and if ho can not furnish you tickets from your station write to C 1 Atmoiu uoncrni 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U4iip Simii k Ciniro How extremely Bluple hat sown was Miss Do Vcro wore at the allr Marie Yrjt almot IcloUc- Dvv it Fiv Pros -- Brings comfort nnd improvement nnd IlItJIIlH No 1 CKOCOLATR tends to personal enjoyment when WMM SWKET CHOCOUTK VAMLLA CHOCOLUt rightly used Tho innny who live hot- Â¬ COCSA BUTTER ter than others nnd enjoy life more with RUBBER less expenditure by nioro promptly For purity of mniwUl exMlliMiV iiuviir ainl uni- Â¬ adapting tho worlds best products to form tttea cuuiiwiitiou tho needs of physical being will attest OLD BV OWOOERS EVEBYWMEHfc tho vnluo to health of tho puro liquid l You Want a Flrat CIwi Artlcl laxative principles embraced In tho waitfh RfiVFR ien nnRpHFRTFR murx Treated free remedy Syrup of Figs riiiui ccuin Its excellence is duo to its presenting 1 fee Uh TUbU in tho form moat neceptnhlo and pleas- Â¬ KtMiAln IU cuitil mint tbou ant to tho tnato tho refreshing and truly UND SEEKERS EXCURSIONS ud cun wo airipMlydluptcr beneficial properties of n iorfcct lax- Â¬ nmf J hrpelesi Vma tnt At TO THJC ative efleetually cleansing tho system l tntriilMH cwn iiiirn iMtlmoll OOKtr dispelling colds headaches and fevers mWffI5U5illMyiK and permanently curing constipation JTKOK AND VIA It has given satisfaction to millions and mxwisa outut LOUISVILLE AS I ClfCIXVATA s Alphabet MdslVB tho medical ruwilrrldUand a cony o llama HtauUfut onm mot with tho approval of TOA tHie brolilurr KUiuplnir aUv niallml on rccalpt of M profession becauso it acts on tho Kid cntP KAHNllAMa it W 141k IL Maw Vark Â¬ hots Liver and Bowels without weak W XUS THU yrt w Itow jmt ening them and it Is perfectly frco from g m JnFDCrMin tmtti Hakair NapUlter JOHN Or Firairy JrtJUrcUtUfH ttfe 1114 every objcctionablo substance IIAKR18 Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug- Â¬ whimkiuis rirutwrtB7Mi Fort 11th Ala MMat To wftkar UiimUb MirM tlekHMHCW gists in 60o and 1 bottles but it is man Â¬ Tiflil UfNOH inl FAmw4iApr ufactured by tho California Fig ffyrup Co only whoso nanio is printed on jvory 1iickage also the name Syrup of Figs and being woll informed you will not M Mi im riwiiiii if fft nucK wkhtumi AvsMfiMWi ifmm ii accept any aulwlituto if offered B COLCHESTER COS SPftDING BOOT ill ill DROPSY ftnnni ick IX mm 2 NEW 5CUTH O O tr 4 KjJ IT AS W R R ufuiucnnr yc fc imnJ u Y u ji L i 1 X t rv- - - i iV I 1 7s A 3KK3B PWCQMI JKEELAXrD EtUUr OOONll - -- - Thursday iSf- c- iJif vLWP HAZEL GREEN KY April 6 1804 M Tiik announcement of Hon Lialo for congress from this district up poarcd in our isauo of last wcok To in troduco him to tho voters of this county would bo superfluous ns ho is known from tho eastern extremity of Plko to tho western lino of Clark county nud in 0 k i 1 ft evory county in tho district has a strong following Indeed all tho postmaster deputy collectors etc in tho several counties owo tholr appointment to him nnd their nnmo is legion That Mr Lislo has been untiring in IiIb efforts to securo a fair share of tho good things to his frlonds throughout tho district is certain Somo fow havo doubtless been disappointed but ho could not mako oflicoB to supply all with a place no man can and no scnsiblo man should expect it Then again ho has done much for Eastern Kentucky at largo Tho Good night bill to divido tho stato into two dUlricts has hud his support nnd Influ OIico from its inception and by his untiring work it is apt to become a law This of itself is and should bo a monument to his worth and nooplo of tho mountains especially elioitld bo gratoful to him for his effort to got a federal court in our district Democrats throughout tho district should carefully consider his claims and belioving they will do him ontire justice wo can only say that ho would npprcciato an endorsement by thorn of his services in congress and if returned ho will continuo to givo them his full time and attention Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ YOULL FIND IT HERE Clinrlcs Morrow coloriil vnn sentenced In tho QlirlHtlnu circuit court to 11 Co imprisonment for the murder of Fleming MeXeal Inst summer About tho liith of April tho two twine mills of tho United Staten oortlugo company will start operations with Mr Fred Uu bluer of Xonia Ohio us Hupcriutciidout lleportfl from Hawaii Bay cx Queon Ml now favors tho unucxation of tho island to the United States on coiulitiou that tho gov erumont makes an allowance for her sup Â¬ port Jfy Owing to non complhinco by tho Pacific mail company with tho contract for carry- intr tho mails tho government has annulled tho bargain Thu company has been receiv ing iv subsidy At Had ford Va a heavy bridge about ninety feet high while under construction vent don carrying with it tho contractor and seven workmen Thrco were killed and live were injured two of whom have blnoo died Tho Clearfield Icnu coal miners have demanded an increase in pay nnd in case tho demand is refused they will strike or ganize tv Coxey hrniy and visit other districts for tho purpose of inducing other miners to strike An iiumonao steel stand pipe 120 feet high nnd capable of holding 500000 gallons of water burst at Peoria III and killed one boy injured nine persons three of tlicm probably fatally destroyed Huvercl houses and did several thousands of dollars of damage Near Wbostor Ohto Onv Holloy a young farm hand about to tako piirt In an amateur dramatic performance borrowed a revolver supposed to bo unloaded of Mrs Jacob MUJcr As she handed it to him it was dis- charged tho bullet lodging in tho head of daughter causing Mrs Millars the childs death a few hours later Two strangers bugged a ride of a farmer munod Charles llolfman as ho was returning home from a business trip to Logausport ud lleforo they had gone half a mile tho two men throw him down rilled his pockets of 45 and then vanished in tho darkness Jloflhian promptly drove back to town and informod the police Andy llyan and Charley Williams tough characters wore arrested on lusplclon and considerable money was found in their possession Mrs J A Leu a highly respected and most estimable lady who resides near Willis Ky took an overdose of morphine and whs found dead in her bed A letter whs found that explained tho cause She and bar husband had for some time been living Apart and she was convinced that tho sepa ration weuld b a permanent one With four little children to be separated from their father ami to be deprived of a happy home was wore than bhe could beat Life had beoem a grievous burden and she MiHxht raliefin death John Stevens shot and killed his brother Klwm SteveuVriday and the sheriff and wm ara now trying to fod the murderer who la h WN liiW ro4ttnuUiu The fra ltt tk rttPrUpH Â¬ Â¬ of Clay countVi Kentucky near the Leslie county line The two brothers were living in tho same house and were on good terms John Stevens became intoxicated and with out nuy provocation fired the fatal shot They wore hard working men lloth were married nnd were aged 20 nnd 28 jears tho murdered man being tho oldest There Is much excitement over the matter and the fugitive will bo run down if possible Several neighborhoods in tho western part of Anderson county Kentucky havo experienced mad dog scares during the past few days Two dogs known to have rabies bit nbout 25 dogs all of which had to be shot by their owners Mr K C Drlskell of tho Dugausvllle community was bitten Tho dog had attacked a little girl when Mr Drlskcll went to her rescue The canino turned upon him nud planted his teeth in tho gentlemans leg side and back of thu neck Ills brother nttractcd by the screams knocked the dog off and then shot him Mr Driskell sought a mnd stone at ouco to have it applied to his painful wounds Thu stone adhered tev Duke Slavln of Ucatricc Neb and his brother known in tho neighborhood of of Danville Ky as Chuck Slavln were reunited this week after a separation of It years Dr Slaviu is n prominent Methodist prencher of Ueatrice but Chuck now an infirm old man has been unfortunate nnd has for some time been an iuuiato of tho Mercer county poorlioiise His brother heard that he was alive somewhero in Ken tucky and after a long search located him Ho Mill take thu invalid to bis western home and make his declining years as pleasant as possible Chuck Slaviu when a young man miis tinned for his eloquence and general brilliancy and was known far and wide He was n classmate of the historian Kcdpath A remarkable case of mistaken identity is Indicated by circumstances which have been recently brought out in the Frankfort In November last Charles penitentiary Brown a barber was found guilty of bigamy by the Jefferson circuit court He admitted that Ho had married Klla Howling in 1812 and the prosecuting witness Clara Hillenbrand swore that she had been married to Brown under the name of Isaac Iucns by Since Squire Keigwiu in Jetlcrsonville his incarceration a uiav named Isaac Lucas Brown hits been sent to the penitentiary had a talk with him and Lucas declares that he was the man who had been married to the Hillenbrand woman in Jetlersonville A Louisville attorney is looking up the case and if the circumstances indicated arc con tinued Brown will probably be pardoned County CmmitUo Mtiotlii Pursuant to call of II F Pierntt chairman of the Democratic county com mittee of Wolfe county said committee met at the court house in tho town of Cunipton on the -- d day of April 189 1 II F Pierntt made known to tho com mittee the object of the meeting it be ing to take steps to select candidates to fill tho various district offices of Wolfe county viz Magistrates and constables to bo voted for at tho November 1894 Pnld committee ordered that election there should bo a primary election lield in each voting precinct on the LOth day of May 1891 Paid primary is to be conducted on snmu plan as new constitu- Â¬ tion prescribes for holding primary elec- Â¬ tions except fees of board which shall be ono dollar per day each Each candidate shall pav to the county chairman on or before tlio 10th day of i to pay expenses of elec Â¬ May 1S9I tion and the successful candidates siall equally pay the deficit in their respective Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Dear Sir At tho request of Mrs Evn Babcr of Dow City Iowa who has many friends and relatives that aro readers of Tin HritAin I hand you tho following sketch concerning her which sho desires published Mrs Eva ttabrr for many years bus been suffering witli bone cancer It first manifested itself in her left hand and seven years ago after great Buffering tho hand was amputated It was hoped then that her sufferings from this cause wero over Hut not many months afterward tho disease nRivin showed itself this time on her shoulder and also on her right limb just below tho kneo joint Tho piaco on tno snouiuer got well The other kept growing worso nnd worse so that for years sho has been a great suf- Â¬ ferer Six weeks nco she decided to have an operation performed Dr Carr of this city assisted by Drs Evans Mid Wright of Vail performed thooperntiou most successfully A large amount of decayed bono was removed from the limb tho unper end of the fibula being diseased For weeks tho suffering re- Â¬ sulting from this operation was intense nnd improvement slow At ono time n largo abscess formed on the sciatica nerve During nil of her suffering Mrs Imbcr has shown a degrco of Christian patience lorinuuu nun is wonueriui iier faith lias not wavered and sho seems iiopeiul nud nappy J L Hoyd Tastor M E Church Jtt erk Hill for Conuron Tho congressional race in this district has opened in earnest lions Jos M Kendall and M C Lislo aro as yet the only candidates who have formally an nounced themselves but there are others in whose bonnets the congressional beo is buzzing lustily Judge John W Bar ber of Elliott Mr Bowles of Pike and our own Breck Hill aro just on the vergo ot precipitating themselves upon the people Of all tho men mentioned none would make a better congressman or one who would bring more honor to the district than Mr Hill He stands flat footed on tho Democratic platform believes in a tariff for revenue only and is strongly against protected manufac turers for the benefit of a few plutocratic null owners Ho is a fluent and polished speaker thoroughly posted on all the questions of tho hour and a gentleman to whom his constituents from one end of tho district to the other may point with pride and say Here m our congressman But Air Hill has not an nounced himself and it is not probublc that he will However if the nominat ing convention gets tangled up on the selection of a candidate from the list of imu Â¬ Editor Hiiiam Hkotch of Mrs Kin Itntier Dow City Io March 28 1891 -- - JTL OVERCOATS AT j J rvr XT HALF PRICE FOll THIRTY DAYS ii ii ii it ii ii ii ii ii ii ii A None reserved Pi i Every Coat marked in plain figures You di vide the former price by 2 and get the price NOW ii ii ii ii ii ii yjv IP ii ii i ii ii TOT T LI G STRAITS LEADING Â¬ ni iw l I TKNMSIIINU l t Clothiers Tailors Furnishers Main and Limestone Streets 1 LEXINGTON KY DOOR Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J T -- or the benefit of the ladies fo Hand Green and vicinitv I have opened a fJENEltAI GOODS STOItK at my resid uce in Harel Green and will carrv a com- plete line of the following articllcs which will be sold at the 10 WKST PHICES via Ladies Hats Ladies Gloves Silks and Velvets Hat Trimming Kibbous Ladies Toilets Curlig Irons Inderwear Handkci chiefs Hronzing Taints Woolen Dress Goods Whale Hones Ginghams Lawns i Silk Laces black and white WhnloItone Casing1 terprise Muslins White Goods Ladies Slippers Laces Embroideries Vitality exhausted by overwork or Dress Shields Cor seta Veilings Infants Caps Complete line of Hosiery disease is quickly restored by the use of Diess Trimmings Elastics etc etc Umbrellas Towels Ayers Sarsaparilla Buy Your Hats of Mo and Got Tliom Trimmod Froo o Charge My stock will embrace every nrtielu of Ladies wear in the latest style just from the I will also do DRESScity as well as many other notions too iiiiiueinus to mention MAKING nud will cut nud make dresses to suit the haul time prices llest system of CMittinir bv the Ituddingtou Cutting Machine which was awarded first premium at tho Worlds Fair ISM frtf Miss LAlKA KAWL1XGS of Covington Ky well tud favoia Your trade is respectfully blv known to the ladies of this vicinity will be my assistant HAZEL GltEEX KY Verv respectfully Is the only merchant in Wolfe county who solicited and satisfaction guaranteed sells the celebrated Mrs FRED DAY names before them they could do no belter than to put the name of C B Hill of the county of Lee before the Democrats of the district as their candi Â¬ date for representative Beatty ville EnÂ¬ PTA CITY STORE AT YOUR DAY - Â¬ C MIL I ISO- SOUTH BEND PLOW and lie respectfully invites farmers to call and examine it before purchasing BEN WILLIAMSON tj rav 50 j Siii iiciii OfOOOSC 0 Vfci irKI ltV iLTvVOy lJ L r -- II - r- - aa a a a mJmJm r WJmmW All Democrats are eligible to vote at Brut ky oat H Sole agents lor Northeastern Ken said primary On motion the meeting ndjourned sine tuck v 11 F Pikkatt Chin die J W CoKijLirroK Sec districts t urns CO fTi- - -- ii J t wauia an yuui- uuuu nttMM uuu i duiiui will pay 12 l 2c a pound for It viiiiiiiiiiyiuiiiiiiiiiyjiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiii iililll vwaMipvfaanaaniajwnivnajMnaptiiiiicMpi9Ba fimama m A i S S H Aa ik A m ni iw r J jfeismwvxmi tX vs w Z CmiKreMNloiml UuprttHuutntloii Â¬ J H PIERATT B S urn a aa rr g And when you want to get ithe BEST GOODS for Â¬ four-year-ol- d K r- - Now that tho congressional campaign Livery Feed and Sale Stable has begun at least among the Demo crats local politicians in tho various HAZEL GREEN KY counties will begin figuring as to the rel- Â¬ ative strength of tho candidates In the next congressional convention there will 1tfDmibIe and Single bosevonty threo votes and it will take a Bigs and Saddle Horse fraction over thirty six and one half to for hire Parties convey nominate The number of voles each ed to any point on reason able terms county will bo allowed is as follows Breathitt live Chirk ten Elliott five pivl will also attend to all calls for aucEstill three Floyd six Johnson four tioneering and solicit business of this kind Knott three Lee two Martin one Kcspcctfullv itc JOHN H PI EH ATT Magollin three Menifee two Morgan six Montgomery eight Pike eight Powell three and Wolfe three In 1892 there were only sixty two votes in None of the counties tho convention hnvo lost representation but tho follow ing havo gained Breathitt Floyd Lee M Tn nM Johnson Morgan Powell and Wolfe one each and Montgomery and Pike two each This gain has been fairly well COPYRIGHTS CAN 1 onTATN A PATENT Y For a distributed over tho district and will not n n0C opinion wrlto to materially increase tho strength of any HI UN N V11 onil havo Imil nearly tihy touts CO who ezporlunco In tho patent tmilnow Conimunlra part of it as compared with tho rest ttons irictly cnnitilantls A Handbook of Winchester Democrat roncjrnliut PatiMiu ami bow to oil Uln tbotn iont f rvo Alo a ontalouuo of uiochan leal una iclontltlo book teat free Literally Itouittcil luttmu taken through Munn ft Co reoelTO Â¬ poclal notlcolntho HcloBtllle Atncrlcnn and Mrs Win Johnson who lives on Paw paw about three miles from here was ciwt tothe inYontor T Ms tilondld paper CSC 25 Â¬ Â¬ 3 Â¬ the LEAST MOKEY you will find that I can accommodate you in every particular I havo a large stock to select from and whether you buy or not I will be pleased pi see you every time you come to towiij Wishing your continued ijbod will and patronage I remain Yours to pleasie Mi1 s Hazel Green Ky Jan 20 1S04 JOHN ROSE v LriHA eW KTCTararan dxdiwF mmwBwmwm Times aro hard and I Ipvcut pressed you but Id like to have iltytlo money now S3 Em FIRE ASSETS OVER LOSSES PAID Address A Â¬ Â¬ pr V- t -- f l5Ta rated frightfully burned Monday afternoon IWV SV Sb111100 J nT ciunuilohas br fur tho work la the m1 She was sitting by tho firo with a baby JIulldliiK KdUlon monthly WJOa year Hinale in her lap when her apron caught fire fcTOry wb contain beau Â¬ Platp in colors and Dropping tho baby which was wrapped tifuli05th plan enabling photograph ofiiw home w builder to thu in a shawl she ran out of the house and tract Addrew m iiMTnAuUJocuW Nsw Yoiik aUI Uuoauwat continued running until all her clothing was burned off She then went back to tho houso iust in timo to savo babv as JUIK1K AMOS DAVIS WKST II11KUTY KY tio shawl in which it was wrapped hud WITH firo She then dressed herself caught and walked half a mile to tho homo of Bros Co her fathor indiuv fciiio was attended by Dr Parko Tho doctor says that sho is MANUFACTURERS CLOTHING the most pitiable object he has over seen 110 Went Vwirl Htretit CINCINNATI Her flesh is baked to a crisp but strango The trade of KuMvni Kentucky merchants to say aha complains of no pain but in is respectfully solicited her hands whlcVmre only slightly burn Â¬ ed There is but littlt Hop of her re J oo very Ilentty ville Enterprise IMill lINK JO II PIUNTINO OtTIOK CAIX AT TULS Safest MHThoEastern W in IWJ i LIFE AOC1BENT k lOST RKLJJVBLE Rates Jlegfonablc Kentuckv Host and k AgoiAf7 Bettman IIOFFrAN Mt Stcfttig Ky 1 375000 iHandis rest Price 41 l r If 260000 J TAYLORM Dealer in General Largest -- - J r v -2- -v- cUb 4 M Md on a Cash Basil Stock T i m 4K jg iu in1iiMTVJrnr m mjmmm3mmmmmk BTTSlMr -N C1- - Al Avn W ft tt np Tm r fTHp 7 jHfli IS n- a f I El EEEE JLILiIO gEfOt YoV DO YoOR S gF T7 ta -- V cH iivmb h nxAvuJi fkv J SHOPPING J 0SSOLT THE Herald I ttMCV YisvrSa AWRTt5ElNTJ Tlio ciitcrtniunGiit plvon In tliochnpcl wiu viini111 limb lliUlljr lllglll was woll uttoiitlcd iiml was a grand success linaueiully and otherwise Mrs Jar leys Wax Works as delineated by the Mima wiiMiiirciu 10 an who witnessed Space forbids going into detail i them of the diflercnt figures represented but stiMieo it to any thai they were all truo to life The recitations of Mr Swango were rendered in a masterly manner and brought forth frequent applause In fact af h who took part in the enter tainment deserve credit for their ellbrts I I i WOLti COUNTY NKWS Hon Horn 1st lust Miss 1 Mrs Lou Day requests us to say to the ladies of Hazel Green and the sur- Â¬ rounding country that she has just open Â¬ ed a full and complete line of millinery dry goods notions ladies dress goods etc which she will sell at tho lowest prico for cash or produce butter lard chickens eggs or anything alio can use for the table She has a nico lino of trimmed and untrimmed hats for spring and summer which will bo added to from time to time so that the very latest styles can be found here She also has a fine line of toilet articles ANNOUNCEMENTS For Congress We arc authorized to announce IOSKPII KKNDAIL of Floyd eoiintv Kentucky us u candidate for Congress from the Tenth Congressional District suhjuct to the notion M of the Democratic party cratic party We nrciuitlmried tonnnouncc MARCUS LISLK of Clark county us u candidate for Congress from the Tenth Congressional District subject to the action of thu Demo Â¬ For Sheriff We arc nuthorizcil to announce SAM HtiXKY WILSON as a candidate for sherlfl The oratorical or declamatory contest of Wolfe countv suhiect only to the will of the people at tho polls in November 1801 held at the colored school above Days bo ro on last Thursday resulted in a big Wedding to report soon but Hen says victory for Hazel Green Miss Kate Oscar Cecil of Grassy had a big log rolling on Tuesday last and tho ladies accompanying the gentlemen who par ticipated engaged in a quilting given by Mrs Cecil We were not present but remembering the good times wo used to have when wo attended log rollings in the day and danced by night we know that those who were present at Mr and Mrs Cecils entertainment had an enjoy- Â¬ able time Dancing however was not on the programme on this latter occasion and the young folks engaged in plays dont tell v Born to the wife of Harlan Chair on we judge that the entertainment was March 29 a girl baby weight 11 pounds quite a success and our colored friends are much pleased with Teacher DavenKiln May port as an instructor lie surejind read the ad City Store The fine horse Young Hambletonian at Your Door and call on Mrs F NT which made the season of 1893 at this Day to save you money place will be at the stable of Harris Howard at Oak in Morgan The spring millinery display of Mrs county this White season Young Hamble F N Day will be open on Monday tonian is just the kind of horse that the He has fine size form April 16 to which the ladies of Hazel farmer needs and action and his produce will show Ureen and vicinity are invited general utility qualities that other breeds A fine display of the aurora borealis do not possess was witnessed in this neighborhood on W E llarringcr representing the Car- Â¬ Friday evening last It was thought by ter Dry Goods Co of Louisville was homo of our people to be a fire so red wifTTus this week and sold several good bills while here Harney as most was the skv everybody calls him is a hustler from Mr and Mrs Spencer Cooper left yes the village of Wayback and tho man soil more goods than he is a that terday for a visit to friends and relatives scaroecan article Hut Harneys aid from in the bluegrass Mr Cooper will devote his llKKALPad is a great help to him u portion of his time to the interests of lam now prepared to oiler my service Till II KHALI in the line of dressmaking bonnets etc According to the Messenger the West I cut by chart and will keep the very latest styles the cheapest work of Liberty and 13ig Windy railroad is not any body in and do Green Hazel yet in active operation but it doubtless Mus Nanxik Clakk will be in the course of a few days as we Lost A gold medal with the initials notice that the munificent sum of 27o0 Charles J It was lost between May has already been subscribed for its cou town and Ezel and finder will be liberally rewarded by leaving at IIkkald Miruction Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ Keeton of color carrying off tho honors in queenly style From the information county this place Monday V Malono Lykins of Morgan county has located in Campion and is wrestling with the disquisitions of HlackHtone County court was In session Monday lis oal court now iu Region presided over by that nrinca of good fellows Judge John A Taulbce Dr J II Stamper was called to seo the wife of Hen Hatton on the Spring branch of Holly one day last week on a very dial cult case of obstretrics and had to perform craniotomy The mother is doing nicely at this writing Mrs JN Vaughn and Mrs J II Stum per jr left here Sunday for Cincinnati the former to purchase a stock of spring goods for her husbands general merchandise store and the latter to replenish her millinery stock Mrs 11 1 Timinous of the Calaboose neighborhood this county lectured at the court house Saturday night on the subject of spiritualism She told us all about auto matie writing materialization and a hundred other things Jos Little J H Wiremau and Thomas Ciillaspie all of tills countv were tried Int t Thursday before W H Dull justice of thu peace on the charge of the murder of Stone an account of which was given in a former issue of Thk Hkuaid There was a vast array of witnesses for the commonwealth and a close investigation made and the result was the acquittal of thu accused there being no evidence against them of a criminating character The high school at this place or rather the literary society run in connection with the school gave an entertainment at the court bouse Friday night Thu court house was packed to its utmost capacity and a very interesting program was carried out It consisted of recitations declamations a debate and last and best of all Madam Jailers wax works The declamations were of a nigh ofiler and well rendered The read ings also were very interesting especially that of the Wonderful One Horse Chaise by Miss Heydeuburk principal of the school The subject for debate was Re solved That Kentucky shomd have a com pulsory system of educational law enforced at least five mouths in each year Atlirmed by Hen Sewell and Granville Hose mid de nied by J C Fulks and Richmond Hollon The speeches on either side were rare speci mens of eloquence ami logic for school boys Miss Yanlturen assistant teacher plaved the roll of that unique personage Madam Jarley She had some ten or twelve characters all of them out of sight Madam Jarley always good was perfection itself on this occasion The entertainment was a grand success The ellbrts that the present mnuacement of the school are putting forth to make it a success and insure a college building iu the near future is every day being more fully realized and appreciated by those who know a good thing when they Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Cruitpton Currency J H Suuugo was in town Monday to the wife h M Hrown on thu a girl From that old complaint when you gun bo permanently cured by an J lloblnette of Caney Morgan matriculated in tho high school at W W FYYIE i VARNER CO HKritlt0KNTlNU SANFORD wholesale dealers in ELECTROPOISE Others have been cured why not you 121 nnd 123 Second Street PORTSMOUTH - O Disease Cured Without Medioine Not an electric belt or battery but a sim ple home treatment which causes thu entire body of the patient to absorb Â¬ Tho trade of Kastcrn- Kentucky Ik most respectfully solicited m r v i your neighbor about it if he can not tell you write to us for one of our books sent free llAZKl UUKKN KY March IP Messrs DuHoise Webb Louisville 1801 iAsk Spot Cash In justice to ourselves we havo adopted tho Cash Sys Â¬ tem And every living crea Â¬ ture that buys goods from this date will bo requiicd to pay III tfMiilf A Ky Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Gentlemen Through the kindness of Mr Spencer Cooper editor of tho llAZKl Ghkkn IlKitAin I was afTordcd an oppor tunity to try the eflicacy of your Electro poise and 1 must say that it acted like magic almost a miracle to me 1 was taken down with iuflaniatory rheumatism on the Tilli lust and iu 21 hours my legs were swollen and my limbs ached with pain almost unbearable I had no use of elbow hips knees or feet and in this helpless condition I continued to suffer until thu 9th when Mr Cooper came and offered to use the Electro I had no faith whatever but liku a poise drowning man catching at a straw consent ed to its use In four hours the pain left my leg to which thu poise was attached ami I continued to grow better until the following Monday when 1 was able to sit up all day and had not a pain about inc Today llth I resumed my business and feel as well as I ever did I should add that just two years ago was confined to my bed for four months by a similar attack that the poise might havo cured in four days I UK iikvk now and hope all who are alllieted as I was will try the samu remedy Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fftf I fl I lf o r 4 lltt LninnctA ti yx n driven to it Those who owe will not pay When you read this ask yourself the question Do 1 I owe Pieratt Co Â¬ Clretefully yours F N DAY We are acquainted with the facts in this ease and can vouch for the truth of the above J Tayiok Day Jno II 1iKUATT 1 H Jamks Â¬ see it JlAMitiKit Nothing has ever received so many testimonials from trustworthy persons many of whom are known to us estern lleeoriler Louisville Â¬ V i Phillips tho gentlemanly repreAeiidcmj NoteM sentative in this section for W M Kerr S F Hamilton of Kothwell U again Co of Ironton Ohio was a guest of school the Day House Monday and shedding at More than thirty teachers aro now in smiles upon our merchants who are attendance always glad to see him as is everybody W II Oliver is spending this week at elso in this country his home near Campton Jno F Jones of White Oak a former See tho ad of Hosco the fine young pupil was here on the 30th i It Spanish jack of W T Swango This J M French and Eugen animal took the premium at our fair last made a visit to Stanton fro a Atkinson Monday year and his breeding is not equalled in till Thuisday this section Farmers will do well to The entertainment on tho 30th ult Did you fail to seo the call and see him and he can be found at was a success Wax Works Mr Swangos stable here in town Â¬ J II ollice Miss Nora Mapcl formerly a student at Hazel Green academy and a niece of Mrs Nannie Kash of this place will be married at Clay City on Tuesday the 10th iiiBt to Mr Frank Kruest a young business man of that place Mrs Kash and perhaps others from here will attend Miss Noras nuptials Â¬ Our fellow townsman W T Caskev is in receipt of a communication informing him that Mrs Fmma Wells had died at Fureka Kas March IS and the remains had been taken to Neosho Mo jfor interment She was tho widow of F 0 Wells formerly of this neighbor hood who went west several years ago and died there Hob ltobinsons show on Saturday night was one of the best traveling entertainments that ever struck our town His representation of German Irish and Negro characters was quito good Master Harrys jig dancing was excellent and Â¬ Gcorgo Parcntos feats of posturing and acts aro seldom equalled in any show Theyjeftjiero for Campion The young orators Swango mid Hard in will bo hero on Monday evening next and deliver their prjzo orations The ladies of tho Kpiscopal church bnvo Hcured them and they will bo heard at tho court house Tho opportunity will not bo missed by uur people to hear these two talented young men Thovarill bo ontertained tlioiwmo evening aVN II Trimbles from lOito 12 oclock Mt trapeze- i 7 v -- - Our Special Spring Course for Teachers llliiioro SImuiIiijc will begin Robert Hack of Quicksand has bought the Moulthie Littlo farm and moved in Mrs J M Ely is on tho hick list with 5 For a term of Ten weeks inflammatory rheumatism and is very bad In this Course we pronoso to meet tho C M Fallen has bought tho Thomas wiiiiIh of teachers especially and will give 1 alien farm them a thorough review of all the Common for 1100 and given up thu Ill ill School branches with special Instruction in idea of going west school management and psychology These Daniel Hurton has moved to the Os classes will begin on the above date Kilter burn place and Arberry Littlo has moved them and bo prepared for the examination to James M Elys place We venture tlio assertion viz Well qual COMMISSIONERS NOTICE K Davis preached at this Hev W ified teachers will be In demand Wolfe Circuit Court place on Sunday tho 1st inst to u well You can tako this Course for 20 as folbehaved audience Text Genesis xxv C C Hanks aduir Plaintiff 1 lows against Kqulty 53 Hoard 10 weeks 20 00 Lewis Hpcmcr et al DTts Â¬ The recent hard frcezo did considerTuition 10 weeks f 00 Notice is hereby given to the creditors of 1 00 able damage to fruit oats grass and H T Spencer deceased that the undersign Matriculation wheat but wo think all will survivo ex- Â¬ ed Commissioner of thu Wolfe Circuit court The regular courses of study will bo pur Â¬ cept tho fruit which is certainly past re- under an order in the above styled cause sued in all other departments as heretofore will attend at the Circuit Court Clerks oflico demption W U COItl Principal Tho post oflico nt this placo changed in Campton Ky from the Kith day of April 1801 of April 180 to March 0 180 3 hands on tho 1st inst D 11 Lindon is receiveuntil thu 18th day claims against sidd and hear proof tho postmaster Miss Lizzio Vest Imving decedent and that all of claims not presented resigned This ollico was established in to him and prnyeu as required by law with- FOK September 1877 and has remained at in the time specified above will be forever April 1891 J F VANSANT tho Iioiiho of Jas II Vest through all debarred Wo would bo pleased to havo all who tho administrations for upwards of six Â¬ Master Comr Wolfu Circuit Court have not paid tho amounts subscribed to teen years and has to bo moved now be Â¬ D G Combs for rebuilding tho Academy cause there Is no ono to attend to it any II PHILLIPS Home in 1892 to come forward and set- Â¬ longer WITH Unclk Hkmub OATATOOUKH f tle by the liith inst These subscriptions AythMff U4itH4H be MINUVKK CO M wero taken in good faith tho Homo has Fon 8ALKAbout f00000 feet of pino I1CTTKK1IKAIJH flHUWim MlH tiM JON VKIOlK 4fHk Htl lAiHtHS Wlf t been rebuilt and you owo it to yvr- - and poplar timber near tlio inoutli of IOMIKRS IN helves and to tho C W II M to pity Swifts creek nnd nbout one milo from HERAtD OFFICE Hardware Acrlcultiiral Ipplimmfs Hod river For terms sea whatever you sub scribed Wm II Com iPriu I JIL s P Howi Otmntoii Kv JIAKL OKKtW KYI un- t rijA S Mil oue -- VI Dtickors l a- u I rffoonsa K MsjSfc M niUJ jn J fUl can make 2o day lUOr 1 kUI1L l lfU tkV 11 lMrU rlf I U feljfht tliW tot Â¬ Jesse Halsey was called homo Wednes day to bo at the bedside of his mother who is very sick Misses Hertie Phillips Emma Congle ton and Vina Poynter and II C Phillips arc spending this week at their homes in Montgomery county Tho total enrollment for 1893 91 is more than that of any previous year and the daily attendance is much larger than at the same time of any previous year The following new pupils matriculated since last Notes G A Williams Lone some Nannie Fields Ezel F C Lacy Lickburg U H Allen Lykins Lou Nannie Eva and Maxey Maytowu Ellio Hoard recently of Clark county now residents of this place Dora Swango town Willie and Nannie Maple county Messrs Swango Day and Mize visited the school on last Friday morning when Messrs Mize and Swango spoko briefly of their interests in tho welfare of tho academy as its founders and friends They all expressed themselves as well pleased with the prosperous condition of tho school and wero somewhat surprised Come to seo so largo an attendance AcAlUiMiTK again gentlemen Special Notice All persons who owe tho C W H M for tuition prior to tho session of 1813 1 must sottle by the 15th inst or tho ac Â¬ counts will bo collected by an olhYer Wm II Com Prin Â¬ Lee City LociiIh The Klectropolse is a mystery to me William Patrick of Magoffin county almost a in cle Khlcr John I Itoducrs visited our town last Saturday and sold in one night the Klectropolse relieved me a small bill of produce to tho Lee City of congestion of the brain and vertigo store Hev Geo II Means Covington Ky are Respectfully A frond of mine was entirely cured of the John Patrick a merchant of Magoffin Hev county and one of the largest log ami opium habit with the Klectropoise lumber dealers of the Licking river val- W W Hinee llustonville Ky The Klectropisc Js a wonderful instruH F ley was here one day last week on busi ness connected with his timber interests ment and it is more wonderful as to how it its work yet it does it and was accompanied by Mr Gullctt does Plows Louisville Ky T K C Urin ley CSSCW3I r deputy sheriff of Magoflin county Tho late cold snap which commenced Address DuHOIS WEHH its ravages on Good Friday has played COU Fourth Street Loitibvillk Ky general havoc with tho newly sown oats and grass crops Our farmers had spared swi5H neither pains nor money in seeding their H laud and a larger acreage than was ever IU m IU - ebr known before in this section had been First Examination of Applicants 1 planted which sprung up liko magic I To teach iu Scholiutio Year 01 05 during tho warm weeks that preceded will be held thu the snow storm Theso crops are now Ml K5 2 3 jt a v killed root and branch not a vestige of yl in life remaining The peach pear apple and sarves crops have shared a simiWill Ton be an Applicant lar fate Are Yon Prepared to Stand the Test John Marshall of Hunting Creek in M and Merit a Certificate T Hreathitt county is hero building a boat which lie will convey to tho Kentucky Find Second and Third Class certificates river and in which ho will embark about will bu Kood in respectively first bccoikI land tho 10th of this month with his family third class schools as to number of pupils and household effects and move down reported by School Censim of 1894 What tho Kentucky river to tho Ohio down Class Certificate do you hold Do you not the Ohio to the mouth of tho Wabash want a better If you hold a First Claw thence up tho Wabash a distance of 30 certificate do you not want bettor prepara tion miles to ids destination John is a jolly S LJ S g n g ffil follow and we wish him much good 3 food and pleasure as ho sails down 2 a-- 27 the anil Ohio rivers singing Kentucky I have built a little boat And on the rivers I will lloat Â¬ Â¬ anything And if so dont wait to bo dunned but come and pay or in 10 days you will hoar it thunder Thanking you for past fa Â¬ vors and hoping to mgrit a good share of your trade wo PIERATMO rr2S FIRST FRIDAY June Â¬ Â¬ P HazeiGreenflcaaemy A I J I -- 1 S SI i fan i Â¬ 1 MONDAY APRIL 2nd Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ JW PRINTING THE KERR r hitW vr ru5er - t if v - 5h r3M WV 4st j Vl -- - l fa MM T flitzcl Green SIKNOKIt COOPER Herald ubltttrjr fldonco nml dexterity of prnctlsod furnished with two or at scouts Tho watchers from the plulu apiece Hostile the driver bolov ud Wo thutti illt from rock to limit who could not have ruck until their Uteres stood out than thirty years of age Â¬ THE SUPREME MOMENT rniiK creatou wave before thy whttoacnii tircatis In toppllrw curve that glldo tvm tlio nrcon Hlopc where all thy nnowy llano Mil tin the Rulttnit tltla The splendor of thy mvHi r ur tliu triutHconuont mnglo or thy lHinHHlniivHlgaru Wulp wu siinmit glany oer my niNturctl oyca hUIcm his brown sinewy ncelc and her golden haired head resting upon the brenst of his velveteen tunic Her rosy lips were parted showing the regular line of snow white teeth within and a playful smile played over her Infantile features Her plump little white Spoalt ruby Un tho low cntruncInK nord Ivgs terminating in white socks and Hulf nntothorod In tvklHx Mid myriads HpoUon novor can Ihj hoard neat shoes with shining buckles Ono freighted with auuh hllnn offered ti strange contrast to tho long shriveled members of her companion An hiitnntonly enn wo hold In thrnll On the lodge of rode above this strange Tho bent thin earth linn kIvoii Tho pczroct llioconHUiniiiulnnlMiHiU couple there stood three solemn buz Â¬ It found alonu In Iteuven zards who at the sight of the new Â¬ - Mnrgnrot J 1rcnton In N Y Indcpcndont comers littered raucous screams of dis Â¬ appointment and Happed sullenly away 4 The erics of the foul birds awoke the MUjVII two sleepers who slared about them in The man staggered to bewilderment his feet and looked down upon the i issta plain which hal been so desolate when sleep had overtaken him and which was now traversed by this enormous UY A CflNAN iioyii His face body of men and of beast assumed an evpresulon of Incredulity PART IX as he gaed and ho passed his bony ClIAlTKIt I - CoN riNCKI handover his eyes This is what they Hurt tin wanderer remained uwnUc call delirium I guess he muttered for another half hour n straiift sltfht The child stood beside him holding on would have mot IiIh eyes coat and said notli- Kur iiwny to the skirt of on the extreme verge of the atlciiii plain there rose up a little spray of dust very sllirht ut llrst and luirrtiy to In distinguished from the mists of tho poorlosri roHO In thy perfection fulr UnronsclouH of n thorn Thy rmurntit hoiuity will not scorn ho rare Upon tornorrowii morn iuio hipy blrdi your mntlns to repent Whlhi yot tho dowy day IVchIiohh tho hourHi thoy may not Hunt bo went When dawn hai panned nwivy most four provided with as large and as fertile a If AI VUfltJfef IS IUJI IfHCIl there Rat a trnct of land as any of tho settlfrs boon moro with the exception of Young himself bm Whnt HootloSnronpnrllla Down whoso and of Stangcrson Kimball Johnston thnt tolls tho Story but against the sky line Tho young man massive head and resolute expression jiiki urconcr who were mo iour princi wlio had llrst given tho alarm was lead- marked him as a leader Ho was lead- pal elders ing them Suddenly his followers saw ing a brown backed volume but as tho On the farm thus acquired John Fer him tjtrow up Ills hands as though crowd approached ho laid it aside and rler built himself a substantial log overcome with astonishment and on listened attentively to an account of house which received so many addiJoining him thoy were alTeetcd hi tho the episode Then ho turnud to tho tions In succeeding years that it grew same way by the sight which met their two castaways into u roomy villa He was a man of a eyes If we take you with us he said In practical turn of mind keen In hla On the little plateau which crowned solemn words It can only be as be- dealings and skillful with Ids hands the barren hill there stood a single lievers in our own creed We shall Ills Iron constitution enabled him to giant bowlderaud against this bowlder have no wolves In our fold Hotter far work morning and evening at improvthere lay a tall man long bearded and that your bones should bleach in this ing and tilling his lauds Hence it hard fciitured but of an excessive thin wilderness than that you should prove came about that his farm and all that ness Ills placid face and regular to be that little speck of decay which belonged to him prospered exceeding breathing showed that he was fast In time corrupts the whole fruit Will ly In three years he was better olT asleep Ileslde him lay a little child you come with us on these terms than his neighbors In six he was well with her round white arms encircling iiicss Ill come with you on any to do in nine he was rich and in i Â¬ Wi M Hoods Cures Â¬ T Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ terms said Ferrlor with such em phasis that the jravo elders could not restrain a smile Tho leader alone re- Â¬ tained his stern impressive expression Take him Hrother Stangorsoii lie said give him food and drink and the child likewise Let it bo your task al so to teach him our holy creed Wo have delayed long enough Forward Â¬ Â¬ twelve there were uothalf adozeii men in the whole of Salt Lake City who could compare with him From the great inland sea to the distant Wall natch mountains there was no name better known than that of John FurÂ¬ rier On on toZion On on to Xion n MLITSQIBUEE Atefewasu tt ls cried the crowd of Mormons and the words rippled down the long caravan passing from nioutj to mouth until they died away in a dull murium in the fur distance With a cracking of whips and a creaking of wheels the great wagon got into motion ami soon the whole caravan was winding along once more The elder to whose care the two waifs had been commit ted led them to his wagon where a meal was already awaiting them Von shall remain here he said In a few days you will havo recov Â¬ ered from your fatigues In the meantime remember that now and forever you uro of our religion Krighum Young lias said it and be has spoken with tho voice of Joseph Smith which is the Â¬ Â¬ voice of Sod distance but gradually irowlntf higher and broader until it formed a rulHcd by a solid well doHned cloud This cloud continued to lucrciisu in size until it became evident that it could only he creatures In moro fertile spots the observer would have come to the con rcat multitude of niovlnpr Â¬ Wf clusion that ono of those KToat herds of bisons which irruzo upon tin prairie land was approaching him This was obviously impossible in these arid wilds As tho whirl of dimt drew nearer to the solitary blullupon which the two castaways were reposing the unvus ooverod tilts of wagons and the inures of armed horsemen hctfau to show up through the luiA and tlie ipparitlon revealed itself as beliiK yreat caravan upon It journey for the wist Hut what a caravan When the head of it hud reached tho base of the mountains tho rear was not yet vi iblo tho horizon on Rltrht terosM the enormous plain stretched Hie straggling array wagons ami larts men on horsebaelc and men on mn uuumiuiuuiii women woo suif- KrMl along under burdens and cliil Iren who toddled beside the wagons a peeped out from under the white coverings This was evidently no or llnary partyof imniignints but rather onie uoiutid people who had been com Â¬ pelled from stress of circumstances to seek themselves a new country There rose through the clear air a confused clattering and rumbling from this great mass of- humanity with the creaking of wheels and the neighing horses Loud as it was it was not suf- Â¬ ficient to rouse the two tired wayfarers above thorn At tho heart of the column there redo a score or moro of grave Iron faced men chul in somber homespun gar ments ami armed with rllles On reach thebasoof the blulf they halted and held a short council among themselves Tho wells are to the right my brothers said a one a hard lipped clean shaven man with grizzly hair To tho right of thu Sierra Itlanco wo shall reiioh the Klo Grande said so Â¬ vrMii m ill TlllNKO ro i I mm Vrwo u CAS I V r hi V- UA Â¬ lug but hioked all round her with the wondering questioning gaze of childhood j j The rescuing party were speedilv able to convince the two castaways that their appearance was no delusion One of them seized the little girl and hoisted her upon his shoulder while two others supported her gaunt colu puoion and assisted him toward the w another Fear not for water cried a third He who could draw It from the rocks will not now abandon Ills own chosen people Amen MMuv Amen responded the whole It were about to resume their when one of the youngest and journey Icooncst eyud uttered an exclamation mid pointed up at the rugged crag above them From Its summit there ilnttorod llttlo wisp of pink showing up hard ami bright against the gray rookri bihfcnrt At tho sight there was h gonoful mining up of horses and tin slInglffT of guns while fresh horsemen CRnio galloping up to reinforce tho vanguard Tho word redskins was on every Up Therm cant bu any number of In juna horo said thu elderly man who Wo appeared to bo In command passed tho Pawnees ami there havo are no othor tribes until wo cross tho irreat mountains Hhall I ro forward and see llrother atangeraon askoU ono of the band mime is lohn Forvior tlie wan me and the little uu exclaimed derer are all thats left o twenty one people The rest is all dead o thirst and hun ger away down in the south Is she your child asked some one I guess she is now thcothcrcricd dcllantly shes mine cause I saved her Xo one will take her away from inc Shes Lucy Ferrlor from this day on Who are you though ho con tinued glancing with curiosity at his stalwart sunburned rescuers There seems to be a powerful lot of ye Nigh upon ten thousand said one Wo are the per- Â¬ of the young men secuted children of Jod the chosen of the angel Mcrona I never heard tell on him said the wanderer He appears to have chosen a fair crowd of ye Do not Jest at that Which Is snored We are of said the other sternly thoso who believe in those sacred writ- Â¬ ings drawn in IOgyptlnn letters on plates of beaten gold which were handed unto t holy Joseph Smith at Palmyra Wo hrve come from Xau voo In the state of Illinois whero we had founded our temple We have come to seek a refuge from the violent man and front the godless even though It bo tho heart of the desort My Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ in or ctau This is not the place to commemorate the trials and privations endured by the immigrant Mormons before they From the Ilinii1 to their final haven shores of the Mississippi to the western slopes of the Hocky mountains they had struggled on with a constancy almost unparalleled in history The savage man and the savage beast hunger thirst fatigue and disease every impediment which nature could place in the way had all been over Â¬ come with Anglo Saxon tenacity Yet the long journey and the accumulated terrors had shaken the hearts of the stoutest among them There was not one who did not sink upon his knees in heartfelt prayer when they saw the broad valley of Itah bathed in the sunlight beneath them and learned from the lips of their leader that this was the promised land and that these virgin acres wore to be theirs forever more Young speedily proved himself to be a skillful administrator as well as a resolute chief Maps were drawn and charts prepared in which the future city was sketched out All around farms were apportioned and allotted in proportion to the standing of each individual The tradesman was put to his trade and the artisan to his calling In the town streets and squares sprang upas If by magic In the country there was draining and hedging planting and clearing until the net summer saw the w boh country golden with Kvcrythlng pros the wheat crop pered in the strange settlement Above all tin great temple which they had erected in the center of the city grew ever taller and taller From the llrst lush of dawn until the closing of the twilight the clatter of the hammer and the rasp of tho saw wero noicr absent from the monument Tin kiow Â¬ Â¬ CIlAITnif II There was one way and only one in which ho nNcudcd tho susceptibilities No argument or of his coreligionists pi rsuaslou could ever induce him to set up a female establishment after He the manner of his companions gave reasons for this persistent never refusal but contented himself by reso lutely adhering to his determination There were some who accused him of lukewarinncss in his adopted religion and otherswho put it down to greed of wealth and reluctance to incur ex pense Others again spoke of sonic early love a iVair and of a falr haircd girl who had pined away on the shores of the Atlantic Whatever the reason Ferrlor remained strictly celibate In every other respect he conformed to the religion of tlie young settlement and gained the name of being an orthodox and straight walking man Luev lrrler Lrrew un within the loir house and assisted her adopted father in all his undertakings The keen air of the mountains and the balsamic odor of the pine trees took the placeof nurse and mother to the young girl As year succeeded to year she grew taller and stronger her cheek more ruddy and her step more elastic Many a wayfarer upon the high road w hich ran by Ferriors farm felt long for rot ten thoughts revive in his mind as ho watched her lithe girlish figure tripping through the wheat fields or met bur mounted upon her fathers mus tang and managing it with all the ease and grace of a true child of tlie So the bud blossomed into a west llower and the j oars which saw her father the richest of farmers left her as fair a specimen of American girlhood as could be found on the whole Â¬ II ttobcrtmtn Heartburn Indigestion Distress in tin stomach etc mnU nn iinluypv SitHiiiurilln yiv liu mi uppcllUHlslcd digestion oven iuiik an sloaiiuh trouble nnd he mii to srow fU Ji s tlnui I hire but- Hood I Itoncarsov Â¬ V K n stored mo to heiitli St JouN Oroccr and Urncrat Mircliini St IouIh Mo HoodB Plllfl ro purely vegetable perfectly himtilt KS tdwivyH reliable and bcm ficlaL HBtv jivHL flfi2b jjffiT ffct th Mof lloodH HoodssTrCures IcLhl ImwBRase iw mmhiIi fro vm Hiintrltaol i imtr II mhciii nnriitj III ullutt O Tb nrlh 411 nml n im nH It In lh fnlliwlii yy If itmrcili tlrh i tbrr lo liu iprr iilir tlti U t uli Juu Hut asmnitt ut omt i tiftrt XLfUMin hjIi lit iMmfuml iililitf pf JwA vtre tirr fxiirf li- - t fiotn uhlih ihri at in iliitstof ilifvJt ni tMftf y no rt in iiihV ut xiv Stn1 iiow tot DM IK 01 It SKy IOK1I SII- UI STMI HllMITOK lpol l ullf r In otiyotrt rvii MOIiril llll Only l nr fiior b Ut ni Inrifiivut l n IN nhifli mil l t mjr now AMltirfitr lrati nil Ifiiltff ill rtiiiru n ivnriiu iro nil will ilrivn frmu Om llM ftll rni rtid r anil IJhii UI4 tli Iritl In tlov1 lultrnu lh Armiutcir Im Annl riiixWhlMi olTlltiiiK Iumt Mi in UliiltillUaiut In rltt ThfUlftit Hindi Hi Aoriui Wr fi m an lilt Int roiulut ntuiiiiit irtllti nut I Mil II iutinll ltliw- of llm iril I in ln turllPil to t M til llio lItullnll t vr tlittl tan ilil ylkirf Ihilltniriitliiin an I it up miumifr nrncl mtViiiiT Hkiii I ilrrlxiul ititindkcm liillinr nn I Iiiii nt n intto HiiVp m rf Hi Win Innll ami MrrlTurfr mul it trwn tutmiW tli un t r Hv i iturp 1 iti- li til - fr ftlf Â¬ iooai -- nl 1 ritUl iim lll ii1i lullr4 i Â¬ illipf din In mill lr Itioxintrm t OlWItriM Tim IV M Â¬ lUiKlTturk In nlncli na frl mil in ili itt 111 in kklll m rntlifii rt vt l lo hiIh Im 11m in ttqiiiti mtiit itli thu oill Ik niiruUuly imall lh lliinl liMtpniriit In lli iriin will lww rlfClf- H It fc aim int iiniin int eulr Svv an I Itiinf f 1 turn lli Jt irMltnlrl INK IHJtW IIIM TO lllltl NlUltnO HI MS i Ctsn COr foi wliii h ill fCf t tin bt Tt of tlirin III Dim uiJI nil r in Till pinrtil il iil otiilt Wlflr mitiirwtNtt - VI W T V tr Â¬ IKitrxrr i nil iiinaitith iim nn oik I lui a Ifltrr mi Tins fill sin jMr tltlIK lll UK lilVKt lull lti AMI KlfB ah aiiovi or Ainturmiv kii iih riin ii II NT 8 iipr itc rauvrn at liUMihl 111 11 haikit JIahdi hh fr ira itiii ur linn nrvlinarj Imi ijr ninch imnpr lri ItiieiiUlirrl tJ I vvjui Â¬ ov f y in til iiifllll ill 111 lujmrui rar MiiilMilla I mm r Hi n v lit if mint MtvA til arrit rjf I c hm of i llmli- I V Pacific slope It was not the father however who first discovered that the child had de It seldom i veloped into the woman in vwr nil 1 Ill lalrl I 111 I Â¬ wki LHV linn I1UI If ixoiult iiiiup j oi aliiMriaiutTfr llltf I 11 Voir II lTi Hi lit Hi mil ui 4i itniifir r a 1 Illlk-- nk t Mlllll Of 4llf ltlkr 0 rn ill n an I iiutiii 11 t 111 I t i tvainaf cnul t At IT 1 1 l llnl TVlUHrVL such eases That mysterious change IN AN INSTAN1- called recollections to John Ferrier I see you are the Morho said mons Wo are the Mormons answered his companions with ono voice And where are you going We do not know Tho hand ut God Is leading us under the person of our prophet You must come- - before him He shall say what Is to bo dono Â¬ IT UKAHII HIND lKOS - UlON ITS which the immigrants erected to llhn who had led them safe through many dangers with you meek looking women strong laughing children and anxious earnest eyed uny wore the cries of aston Â¬ nion ishment and of commiseration which And I cried a down I arono from them when thoy porcolved Awl I tho youth of ono of thu strangers and your hors bo low and wo tho destitution of tho other Tholr Iatu will waltyott hane tho older answorcd escort did not halt however but In a moment tka younR fellows had pushed on followed by a grout crowdÂ¬ dlMsountwl teatoMtl their horwss and of Mormons until thoy reached a wagwas conspicuous for Its great wcis Mcondlng iUtw proolpUous Blopi on which for the RaHUlmiss and smart tip o Ah olJt3t which had alue and which 11 Thy4vaHoea new of ItsRpiwHTHueWIlxhonKS wero mmeiUd their inrioU ntlmra wora utlul Hi Uvvo timyjmlyt jrith thown- - jjwumi It huiui HipWry - 2LVi -L J A t u by crowds of tho pilgrims hill by this time and were surrounded -p- Thoy had reached tho base of tho ale-faced at v 4Si Il lV yrU -- uaniiomily rfved tin t - t HIJ w - Tlie two castaways John Ferrlor and the little girl who had shared his for tunes ami had been adopted as his daughter accompanied the Mormons to tlie end of tholr pilgrimage Little Lucy Ferrlor was borno along pleas antly enough In IOldcr StungursonR wagon a retreat which she shared with the Mormons three wives and with his son a hendstrong forward boy of twelve Having rallied with the elasticity of childhood from tho shock caused by her mothers death she soon became a pet with tho women and reconciled herself to this now life in her moving canvas covered homo In tho meantime Ferrlor having re- Â¬ covered from his privations distin- Â¬ guished himself as a useful guide and an indefatigable hunter So rapidly did ho gain thu esteem of his ticnr companions that when they rcaohwl tho end of thcNr wntid lerliiffs it wua Â¬ sets her heart thrilling within her and she learns with a mixture of pride and of fear that a new and larger na ture has awakened within her There are few who cannot recall thatdayaud remember thcoiic little incident which In heralded the dawn of a new life the case of Lucy Fcrricr the occasion was serious enough in itself apart from its future iiillucuce on her destiny and that of many besides It was a warm June morning and the Latterday Saint were as busy as the bees whose hive they have chosen for their emblem In the fields and in the streets rose thesamo huinof lyiman industry Down the dusty highroads defiled long streams of heavily laden mules all heading to the west for the gold fever had broken out in Cali- Â¬ fornia and tho overland route lay through the city of tho elect There too wore droves of sheep and bullocks coming in from the out- Â¬ lying pasture lands and trains of tired immigrants men and horses equally weary of their interminable journey Through all this motley assemblage threading her way with the skill of an accomplished rider there galloped Lucy Fcrrier her fair face flushed with the exercise and her long chestnut hair floating out behind her She had a commission from her father in tho city and was dashing in as she had done many a time before with all tho fearlessness of youth thinking only of her task and how It was to bo jver foriucd The travel stained adven- Â¬ turers gazed after her in astonish Â¬ ment and even tin unemotional In- Â¬ dians journeying in with their peltry relaxed their accustomed stoicism as thoy marveled at tho beauty of tho pale faced maiden Â¬ is too subtle and too gradual to be measured by dates Least of all ductile maiden herself know it until the tone of a voice or the touch of a hand Artwutair in lh It Tpar ha Hi k 1 lli tuk Mk3mi8rKv9 KJaiSBr SM M LWLM TOlfet SrJr i H- lt4l4 or I to Vnt l- iMaiMr JKr ll r a ti ilouiilt l griMllv lifiicllt and at lh at ulilcli n of Ha fiatrI l Hi 1 U -- AStLf anlirn t lit t1 lit fattofy r enuiuiwm talam JUtiixr Hwar If rial in If liulliai tian r iiikc mail t tli I ty U limn obaaJy in4 tt II Krnmnc liuilna qiiaiilllj J HIUr lnrrar material raplntnl In Ik rnaalriiallan nllla fawr Tl O rroniiaiiTlnr lUaa raiu J I J 1 i 3 idona tli liiMllltt anal la of Tutiria va tu lhat Willi uil Ijrit in Hi furntr Id S ft wlirt F it tli lit f I nam Tliaara f U anil of Alr for rj alraJaklamt rrlrat ar n itltfrr at our narka of Otliria whu hat a JaainjU which lew tiini nl llirrrfma jfala atill Ily n for 12 ft kImIi will theyarnmlnr for Kfl III ft an I with tiirurla ancfanrrnw alnra mKiKM rr thu iiinutiy vn tlitm an liifurmalmu rMKtinluc wlutw will un fur Jl AtnnolAT Co irip Tli lifijJ UMrWSB UKWffi- wif tnnor daaiKUr rillATMfor IIm hut mill wiilian I of a farmrr ar mr of a iiitiiiililnntrliif ll AN 1IIOI0IW I WIIT HIIOllll IIS Iur totwlltltua ant iimlira nrltn and fr h T eonitilkn anil ainomiliCi Cliicar C III branch at rU HfuUritu lh Atrmotor li lion a Cltjr iwa Mua- Krinciii o Kaniaa Cttr linmlu t N jntk Cttr Araxo Iluffln or A Iaik Ilif lurniln an I Ifittil lama tlc All til ft all Oalanavlflf Cvniplalion ilalitfinl fr on can Mrioio and ahlriuaMlt atironfaninliaia at Hi f ilKiwina Ml I 2 f t S5JV l U ft 1 ft Tra Mlruna Ixcama it hui Hi matailal pe an jar In Ha tr tnoinioiia liirira a Ha Thu a aia aatiafai lorr 1 tliu Aar motor In ulikJ liaa alnrat a ii fnini Ilia atrtlr It h tn- JkkWr ltltrl nioia ilrrail a crat inuiiUr f I mi I and from tli iMa It takra in ilnlnf well It IUtt Ha ImJiliv i Inn from Hi imnivir It niakp from It iitrriiriu HIVM7iTKn- rats C 4muJr i in mil ihiy iiH nm or Till fOrtL It li hiIU tntaiaafrw EtJtr c ill rirh milllt anil tliti tn rnt on tli aiinrniM iiutnlir f onlLI nUaltr llWr in laimrT Tinn riiiv an Hlrtl MuilmilU 111 met ptfa tli Htl rami naiferl ana tiirii 11 ia nlialr la Ik 1 il Sll rrra lit uiirli ya -- iiikIit ilif ia 8 025 0 25 on Scotts Emulsion Thin Children Krow Fat i because fat fo o I s make fat rA52i K children lhey are thin and remain I thin just in nronortion to the Inability to assimilate food riclf iijf fat VEs in t ii rT to hi roNTiNUKU Scotts Eotplsion of Cod Liver 01 especially adaptable to those plSvcak diges-Â¬ riergymoti peculiar talent for Improving the oo tion is partly fyhed already How one of them did this in a Astonishing how qulkly caslon a tliln witty and lot us hope un odifying person gains solid fleiji by its use manner is related as follows Iu early life ho had mot with mi ac Almost aspaiatam as milk rolntml uro supposed to havo a Â¬ rf cident which left him witli a broken rrprod by Boo It k Down nose a deformity about which Insplto of his piety ho wus ltuown to bo a llt- Â¬ Cream Bali tlo sensitive Ono day a now Inquirer Elys Cleanses tho Niiflftl propounded tho old question you to hrealc your lnNageri Aiiays iai How happened noso au tin idtmilA w - Tho minister answorcd solemnly Tb toll tho truth my rlond tho aocldrtit wrh crummI by my poUlnjfmy I I nrJa lt- aw - nrlirt V li 1 A an nonnlaaa wvAt m ltiinoco w- iMMitorcB Alio Monso M TAHtO Kllll HlllOU Ifatataa t ftnta Afpir Bairniiiiocnctmoj MUX MUOfc and Inilniiiinatloii WWufOmaulC ahriaVfCVU 7 i f ifuirvamHa JI- iniiiiMnarr irnun M- k i rzi tA4s 1 A K X m w iimmiB uni m urn miiMmmmmmmmt0mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmtmmmmmmnmmmmmMmmmmm -wWWimiii iiiawwMBMruwawwwwaii I I uovor Inhabited iL You aro wrong Inc Whether standing bohlnd tho conntor memory of Prof Proctor tho astrono TALMAGJES SEKMON saying that 1 pass down through tilts or talking In tho business oHlco with it mor lost I should nay something In audience and up through thoso gallor pott boh mil his oar or making bargain praise for tho man who had paid for tin Makoth a Path to Shine After lesand I am looking for some one whom with a follow trader or out In tho monument Jly all acknowledged n I can not lint I am looking for ono fields discussing with his nox f nolghbor representative of the highest American Him who will havenolnHueueo in this world thu wisest rotation of crops or In tho journalism If you would calou two years front now Jlut I have found shoemakers shop pounding tho solo I a to hU tnltuonco for good you T Ar Moving With 1Iavmi Kurtb tho mini who has tho least influence leather there Ik something In his face must count how many shoots ol ntl Ktnrnlty llut Are Wo MuUIhk V and 1 enquire into his history mid I and In Ills phraseology and In his man Â¬ his newspapers have boon published Our 1iitli to Hhliin Iftrr Wo find that by a yes or no ho decided ner that demonstrates the peace of in tho last quarter of a century Htop Moving f some onus eternity In time of telnpta Ho oan talk on reli- Â¬ and how many people have read them God In his heart tlon he gave nti afllrinatlve answer or a gion without nwkardly dragging It by and tho offoot not only upon those Dr Tulmagna subject Sunday was negative to somo temptation which an- Â¬ tho oars Ho loves God and loves tho readers but upon all whom they shall Tho Lightning of tho Sea tho toxt other hearing of was induced to do souls of alt whom ho meets and Is influence for all time while you add tu selected being Job xll nas Ho makoth cldo tho same way Clear on tho other Interested in their present and eternal all tltat tho work of tho churches he ft path to ahlno uftor him sldo of tho next million years may bo destiny For fifty or sixty yours ho helped build and of tho Institutions oi If or tho next thousand yours minis tho first yoiv hear of tho long reaching lives that kind of Ufa and then mercy help found Hotter give up bo Sent of religion should preach from this Influence of that yes or no but hear of gets through with It and goes Into fore you start measuring tho phosphor Jtlblo thoro will yot bo texts unox it yon will Will that father mako a Heaven a ransomed soul llut I am not escenco In tlto wako of that ship of the pounoVd and unexplained and unapWho oan toll tlto post Will thot going to describe tho port Into which Celestial lino path to shlnu after hint preciated What Httlo hnH boon said mother mako a path to shine after her that ship has entered I am not going mortem influence of a Savonarola a tftiiccrnhig thin chapter In Job from You will be walking along those to describe tho Pilot who mot him out Â¬ Winkleroid a Guttotiborg a Marlborwhich my text is taken beam on tho streets or along that country road side at tho lightship lam not go ough a Decatur a Toussalnt a llollvar controversy as to what was really tho two hundred years from now in tho ing to say anything about tho crowds a Clarksou a Robert Haikos a Harlan tovlnthan described as disturbing tho character of your descendants They of friends who mot him on tho crystal- Pago who had 125 scholars 8 whom IIM was i Know nou will bo afTceted by your courage or line wharves up which ho goes on became Christians and six of thom miniiiiiicruuiiiro wJKomc say It was a whale Somo say it your cowardice your purity or your steps of chrysoprasos Kor God In Ills isters of tho Gospel Xt rrns a crocodile My own opinion 1h it depravity your holiness or your sin words to Jot calls mo to look at tho With gratitude and ponitonco and was a vea moiistor now extinct No You will mako the path to shlno aftor path of foam in thu wake of that ship worship 1 mention tho grandest life rcatttro now floating in Mediterranean you or blacken after you Why should and 1 tell you it is all agleatn with that was over lived That ship of light ar Atlantic waters corresponds to Jobs they point out to us on some mountain splendors of kindness done and rolling wan launched from tho heavens nearly description two rivulets ono of which passes down with illumined tears that wore wiped 1100 years ago augollo hosts chanting What most interests mo is that as it Into the rivers which pour out into the away and twlash with congratulations and from tlto celestial wharves the anovrd on through tho deep it left tho Pacific ocean and the other rivulet and clear out to the horizon In all direc ship sprang Into the roughest soa that waters Hashing and resplendent Its billows woro mado up In flowing down into thu rivers which tions is the sparkling flashing billow- Â¬ over tossed alio words of tho text lie malceth a pass out into tho Atlantic ocean ing phosphorescence of a Christian of tho wrath of men and devils lierod jath to shine after him What was Kvery titan every woman stands at a life He inaketh a path to shlno after to and sauhedrlmiu persecutions stir Ihat illumined path It was phosphor point whore words littered or deeds Mm ring the deep with red wrath and all sconce You Mud it in tho wake of a done or prayers ofTcrcd deckle op And I hero correct one of tho mean no- tho hurricane of wou smoto It until on hip tu tiie nigh l especially after rough posite destinies and opposite eternities tions which at some time takes posses Â¬ the rocks of Golgotha that life struck weather Phosphorescence is thu light Â¬ Wo see a man planting a tree and sion of us all anil that is as to the brev Â¬ with a resound of agony that appalled ing of thu sea That this figure of treading the sod firmly on either sldo of ity of human life When I bury some the garth and thu Heavens Hut In tho jpccrli is correct in describing its aj it anil watering it in dry weather and very useful man clerical or lay in his wako of that life what a phosphores pearance I am certified by an incident taking a great euro in its culture and fiutlt or lOtli year I say What a waste cence of smiles on thu cheek of souls After crossing tlie Atlantic the llrst lie never plucks any fruit from its of energies It was hardly worth while pardoned and lives reformed and natttno and writing from Iasle Switzer- hough but his children will Wo aro for htm to get ready for Christian worlc tions redeemed Tlto millennium Itself land to an American an account of my all planting trees that will yield fruit for ho had so soon to quit It Hut tho Is only ono roll of that irradiated wavo In the foyage in winch nothing more fusel hundreds of years after we are dead fact is that I may insure any man or of gladness and benediction juiteil inc than the phosphorescence in orchards of golden fruit or groves of woman who does anv good on a largo sitbllmestof all senses It maybe said Ho inaketh a path to shine the ships walce I called it the light- Â¬ deadly upas am so fascinated with or small scale for a life on earth as long of Him ning of the tea Wcturniug to my hotel the phosphorescence in the track of as tho world lasts Sickness trolley after Htm 1 found a book Hut 1 can not look upon that liimln of Joint Kiisicin and the a ship that have sometimes watched ear accidents deati Itself can no more fiist tiling my eyes fell upon was his for a long while and have seen noth destroy his life than they can tear down ousity that follows ships without realirseriptmii of phosphorescence In ing on the face of the deep but black- one of tlto rings of Saturn You can izing how fond the Lord is of llfo That which flto culled it The Lightning of ness The mouth of watery chasms atart one good word one kind act one tire of the deep is llfo myriads oi Uie ea that looked like gaping jaws of hell cheerful smile on a mission that will creatures all ti swim and n pluy and Ttown to thu post ollico I hastened to Not a spark as big as tlie firefly not u last until thu world becomes a bonfire a romp in tho parks of marine beauty CI the manuscript and with great ln- - white scroll of surf not a taper to and out of that blaze it will pass Into laid out and pnrtorrcd and rosoated ier and some expense got possession of illuminate tlie mighty sepulchres of the heavens never to halt as long us and blossomed by Omnipotence What ifee is thu use of these creatures called by maaine article and put quotation dead ships darkness three thousand God lives and crustaceans wks around that ono sentence al- - feet deep and more thousands of feet Thoro was In tho seventeenth cen- Â¬ tho naturalists Miwigh it was as original with me as long and wide That is tlto kind of tury men and women whoso names 3ou copopods not tnoro than ono out oi I Mlli John Husk in suppose that wake that a bail man leaves behind never heard of who aro to day Influ- Â¬ hundreds of billions of which aro ever i in as lie plows through the ocean aint tenths of you living so near tlie of encing schools colleges churches na- Â¬ seen by human eye God created them caeoast have watched tills marine up- - this life toward thu vaster ocean of the tions You can no more measure the for tho samo reason that Ho creates gracious results of their lifetime than flowers in places where no human foot fcanncc called phosphorescence and I great future opeUmt the other one tenth may be Now suppose a man seated In a cor Â¬ you could muiisuro thu length and over makes tremble and no human o happ3 as to witness it It is the ner grocery or business otllcc among breadth and depth of tho phosphores- nostril over inhales their redolence wares of tlie soa diamonded it is tho clerks gives himself to jolly skepti- Â¬ cence last night following the ship of and no human eyo ever sees their jj florescence of tho billows tlie waves cism He laughs at the Ifible makes the Whlto Star lino lMK miles out at charm In the botanical world they af the sea crimsoned as was the deep sport of the miracles speaks of perdi- sea How tho courage and consecra Â¬ prove that God loves flowers as in tho ifter t lit sci fight at Lcpunto tho tion in jokes and laughs at revivals at tion of others Inspires us to follow as marine world tho phosphoris prove vares of the soa on fire There are a frolic and at tlie passage of a funeral u general In the American army cool thar ho loves life and he loves life in lime when from horizon to horizon tho procession which always solemnizes amid the Hying bullets inspired a play life tu brilliancy of gladness life Hoys lets take trembling soldier who said afterward in exuberance entire ocean scums in conflagration sensible people says I was nearly scared to death but I saw There Is in that group a rith this strange splendor as a drink LANGUAGE MADE BY WOMEN t changes every moment to tinner young man who is malting a great the old mans white mustache over his more dazzling color on all struggle against temptation and prays shoulder and went on Aye wo aro fol- Â¬ Tlmlr Influcnco Much Omit or Tlmii It or You sit looking over tho nigtt and morning and reads his lowing somebody In right or wrong Orilliiurlly TIioiikM iides of you A few days ago I stood be- Â¬ a Trail of the yacht or ocean steamer llible and is asking Jod for help day directions Tlto influence of woman on tho lan matching and waiting to see what now by day Hut that gufVaw against Chris- side the garlanded casket of a Gospel guage of each generation is much lltiug the od of beauty will do with tianity makes him lose his grip of minister and in my remarks ltad occa Â¬ greater than that of men We very properly call our language the Atlantic It is the ocean in trans sacred things and lie gives up Sal sion to recall a snowy night in a farm figuration it is tho marine world cast- - batli and church and morals ami house when I was it boy and an evan- In Germany our mother tongue will from 3ng its garments of glory in the path- - goes till gelist spending a night at my fathers ail its peculiarities faults idioms acbad to worse dies house who said something so tender cents Cicero said irrfyof the Almighty us Ho walks the he falls under dissipations deep it is an inverted firmament with in a laar house and is hurled in thu and beautiful and impressive that it It makes a great difleretico whom fi ll its stars gone down with it No potters field Another young man who led me into tlie kingdom of God and we hoar at homo ever day and with picture can present it for photograph heard that jolly skepticism made up decided my destiny for this word and whom wo speak as boj s and how our iV You will before twenty four fathers our tutors and our mothers jtr camera can not be successfully his mind that it makes no difference the next VsJ trained to catch it and before it thu what we do or say for we will all come hours go by meet some man or woman speak We read the lettersof Cornelia V K T hand of tho painter drops its pencil over out at last at thu right place began with a I ig pack of care and trouble the mother of the Graccliis and It la Some and you may say something to him or clear from them that her sons were awed and powerless This phosphores Â¬ as a consequence to purloin cence is the appearance of myriads of money that came into his hands for oth iter that will endure until this world brought up not in the lap but so to the animal kingdom rlsintr falling ers lie applied to his own uses thinking shall have been so far lost In the past say In thu very breath and speech ol playing flashing living dying These perhaps ho would maku It straight that nothing but the stretch of angelic their mother 1 Hut this is not all luminous animalcules for nearly lfil some other time and all would be woll memory will be able to realize that Dauto ascribes 1 years hare been the study of natural even if he did not mako it straight He it ever existed at all am not the first attempts at using the vulgar tstsund the fascination and solemnisa ends in the penitentiary That scolVer talking of rental kablo men and wom tongue in Italy for literary composi tion of all w ho have brain enough to who uttered the jokes against Chris Â¬ en but of what ordinary folks can do tions to tho silent influence of ladtcn think Now God who puts lit Hi tianity never realized what bad work am not speaking of tlie phosphores win did not understand the Lathi lan IJiblo nothing trivial or useless calls he was doing ami he passed on through cence in tlie wake of a Campania but guage into of the phosphorescence in tlie track Now tho vulgar Italian before It bo the attention of lob tho greatest sci- - life and out of it and jVvof Ins day to tills nkosphoros- - a future that I am not now a Newfoundland Ashing smack God came tho llteraiy language of Italy xOuiljjStidas tho leviathan of the deep going to depict I do not propose with a makes thunderbolt out of sparks and held very mil eh the same position thero we- oast points out tho fact that searchlight to show the breakers of the out of the small words and deeds of a as the so called Prakrit dialects in awful coast on which that ship is small life he can launch a power that India and thesu Praekrit dialects first ho IJwUt1 V th to sliinu after him U W true of us now and will it be wrecked for my business now is to will flash and burn ami thunder assumed a literary position lit the true bfigi when wo have gone Will w a teh tho sea after tho keel has through tho eternities How do yon Sanscrit plays whom female characters Ihortftq t ui c quont light or darkness plowed it No phosphorescence in tho like tills prolongation of your earthly both high and low aro Introduced as Wttlfotto bo a trail of gloom or good wake of that ship but behind it two life by deathless influence Many a Praukrlt instead of tho Sanscrit emat anyone between now and souls struggling in tho waves two bubo that died at six months of age ployed by kings noblemen and priests u hundred years say of us young men destroyed by tho reckless by the anxiety oreated in tlto par Here then wo seo the language oi Ihu tnithfup is tho text says of tho levi skepticism an illuminated ocean be ents heart to moot that ohild in realms women or if not of women exclusive Black- Â¬ seraphic Is living yot In the transMe inaketh a path neath and on all sides of them ly at all events of women and domes Â¬ Jithat jfrfit ie deep You know what a formed heart and life of thoso parents ness of darkness to Mi itg lifter him tic servants gradually optorlng into wo are tnov For fjfi hile wo llvo in tho samo gloriously good man Kov John Newton and will llvo on forever In thu history the literary idiom and In later timed fc iur ind transact business in the was tlie most of his life but before his of that family If this is tlto opportunity even supplanting It altogether for It li ko and write on tho samo conversion lie was a very wicked sailor of ordinary souls what Is tho opportuni from tho Praekrit and not from the ill chisel in thu same studio and on board tho ship Harwich in- ty of thoso who have especial intellect literary Sanscrit tltat tho modem verinfidelity and vlco In tlto mil or social or monetary equipment sli In tho same barn and stilled naculars of India branched off in course In tho saiue church we aro In mind of a young man principles Have you any arithmetic capable of of time Through a thousand smaller chan Ind aro in many respects mov which destroyed hint Afterward tho estimating the Influence of our good otKiSRid wo aro not where wo wore two met and Newton tried to undo and gracious friend who a fow days nels tho Idioms of women everywhere ing ten y aro nor whore wo will bo his bail work but In vain Tlto young ago wont up to rest Joorgo W Chllds Hud admission into tho domestic com Krom a newspaper vernation of thu whole family and Into hence Moving on Look at tho man became worse and worse and died of Philadelphia ten yc tu ti t lu a profligate horrifying with his pro Â¬ that was printed for HO years without tho public speeches of their assemblies ord m tin n1 mi ti iw family tf mirror d seo If any ono of vou Is fanities those who stood by him in his ono word of defamation or scurrility Tho greater tlto ascendency of thq were whore All In motion Other last moments Hotter look out what or scandal and putting chluf emphasis female element In society tho greater rip and stumble and halt bad Influence you start for you may not on virtue and charity and oloan Intel tho Influence of their laugiiafo on the Stat m 1titth ot of not ono moment for tho bo able to stop lU It docs not require ligonco lie reaped a fortune for him- language of a family or a ohm a villast e centurion has tripped or very great force to ruin others Wlty self and then distributed a vast amount lage or a town Max Mullor In Science or halted Moving on So was It that many years ogo a groat of It among the poor and struggling of Language ttHHlhl lug on I Tho world inovinir flood nearly destroyed Now Orleans putting his invalid anil aged report eletv i Family r II I n moving oul Tho universe A crawfish had burrowed Into tho ors on ponsioni until his numo llotl Whats asaid IHnks scornfully grandfather anyhow Tliuo movlntr nnt Itiriilt banks of tho rlvor until tho ground was stands ovorywhoro for noring Ofton gray An old man generally wiorin and help Thoroforo it Is absurd to saturated and tho banks weakened and sympathy returned Cy ulcus wo oursolvos can ston ns until the flood burst tkinlr of Christian gen- Â¬ sometimes bald and highest stylo Put surprised at your question ovo with all tho rest Aro we TOtta Hut I find horo n man who Btarts out tleman In an era which had in the Harpors llazar ho cronturo of thu text In life with tho determination that he chairs of Its journalism u Horace Groe ne Hk obIjIta r path to shine after us It will never sco suffering but ho will try loy iniilu Henry J Uaymond and a -- o MammaWhat aro you and Fred puaullar question but mv to allovluto It and novor seo discour- Â¬ James Gordon Bennett and an Krastus mj v te It What We were play die quarreling about Inlliinhm Uxtsu in agement but ho will try to clioer It U rooks and u George William Curtis Ing keep house and Freddie catno home this world ftr u iiv and novor moot with anybody but lio and an Irouums Prime none of thorn w Imv h It lNono anawnr Imti will try to do him good Getting- his will be longor remembered than Goorgo and found dinner wasnt ready Intel rtmith tlratko icon wo are not ona of tho strongth from God ho starts from home W Chllds Staying away from the un- Â¬ Ocean 1 Ifty years WWWWTflT Flg packora in Asia Minor If fcklll after w mif with high purposo of doing him all the veiling of tho monument he had reared lid It Ulll bit UK t1rwt T1U rood ho can possibly do In one day at largo expunge In our Greenwood In ful can make Kte day vHtho aVUII fci H I fc im - iii PtnSOlSM nti Ivo AND LITIRArW M WV -- fl i i f to secure popMlarlty Â¬ J Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ hlowntli Tin crt MAt Msnrflt nf eatMtf i I mont on tho part of a writer inkiM- - Vy sure himself that he has got out ot mm pon tho beit work It can perform Uosldon her rooent volume of ahorl stories Miss Ollvo Sohrolnor has writ ion a longer work tho title oi whleli probably will bo From Man to Mait It is described us a study In the com punitive ethics of mens treatment ol men and thulr treatment of women John IX llockofollftr tho Standard oil millionaire got along In buslnww very woll as plain John Kockefellei until ho began to got rich Thou he appropriated tho letter I as a middle Initial Isobody known what this let- Â¬ ter 1 stands for and nobody over will Thorny Latere a nogro whoso will was recently probated In Now Orleans leaves an estate worth nearly If not quite f100000 and an only holr a bedridden sister He dovisod enough to her to keep her comfortable and loft tho rest to individuals and charitable Â¬ gn Fawcott It writ Is like the win Ummi Wv Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Francis Pnrkman tho historian left an estato valued at VIOSVSO This did not Include a summer estate at Newcastle N II copyrights and stere otype plates and contracts thoso being of uncertain value Thu real estate In valued ntrAO00and tho personal prop erty at fliOsro invitations Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ hi Â¬ Â¬ In 18itf tho Austrian press couRbr refused to sanction tho publication of two books ono of which was Prin- Â¬ ciples of Trigonometry which Itu snln discussed tho Trinity a forbidden subject Tito other was u scientific treatise on tlto destruction of Insects which ho imitiriiied niiidu a concealed attack on tho church -- Father Keuelm Vaughan of Kit gland a Catholic priest who spent throe years in a missionary Journey through South America from Panama to Patagonia addressed tho students Johns Hopkins university tlto othor day on the subject of Ills adventures The journey was mado on nntleback on the backs of Indians in canoes lu hummocks and on foot Princess Helen of Orleans is gol Â¬ den haired blue eyed tall and very lovely She Is a magnificent equov trleuue and is a familiar figure on many an lOnglish hunting field with her favorite horse Chocolate Sho swims and shoots with unerring aim and ismostskillful witlt the sculls and foilsall thts without sacrificing any of iter dainty femininity or Parisian elegance William Lane Hooker tho llrltlsh consul general who has just boon knighted romuttm thoroughly Hrltish In outward aspect after nearly forty years residence in this country Ho Is above the medium height neither htotit or spare ruddy grizzled blue eyed and slightly bent at thn shoul- Â¬ ders He walks rapidly and pays Httlo attention to persons and things upon the street It used to be said that ono of his duties wits to receive the runts from Queen Victorias real estato in Now York Vtf Â¬ Â¬ HUMOROUS Are you certain tltat Halo Is going Ycs to marry Miss Frost of Huston Â¬ Â¬ in his new house Inter Ocean Theres a peculiar thing about Sho litis What Is It Mrs Frett been in a pickle nil Iter llfo and yet N she doesnt look woll preserved Y hes having steam heat and stoves both -- Press Do you liigiou Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 to be hit with one of Cupids arrows us a No replied Hello Pepperton think said Willie Wish that it actually hurts a man l i 1 Â¬ Â¬ rule ho merely becomes senseless for a Washington Star time Tlie Kmporor Francis I of Austria was once present while two of hli sons At last ono were quarreling violently You aro tho greatest of thorn said IIushlsald tho em- Â¬ lias In Vienna forgot that 1 uoi here peror yon To Day eicp -- Â¬ il Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ y Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ W largo-heart-odncs- H 1 Fogg Titers un example of tho Fygg hottlo working a mans ruin Fogg Nop Whisky Humph Ink Jury awarded the gtrl fifty thou Â¬ sand dollars damages in a breach of promise stittou tho strength of tho let- Â¬ ters ho wrote and It took every cont Buffalo Courier ho had to pay It Irish viceroys aro ntrlppcd of tholr sovereign attributes us soon as they reach Kngllsh waters Thu following story is told of Lord Houghton and a lady willi whom ho was acquainted They both found thoihsolvos on board tho Holyhead packet During tho voy Â¬ age from Ireland tho lady treated the viceroy with ceremonies respect Ho soon however as the packet entered Holyhead harbor sho said to hint Now Hobby you aro no longer a vice- Â¬ roy so take my bag and mako youmli London Truth useful Tho ourl of Derby while walking on his own land onco met a caller Ills lordship Inquired If the Mllr know ho was walking on lik laad Thy land Woll Ive got no laad and Ji m like mysolV was tho reply on somebodys to walk Wkr dkl explain Oh got It fro kk tha lordship I got It from my aeeiepH An whMr did they get M froY Hr Tkey jrt lift led the eoUIer I i S - m 14 Kf i I MS J - their anerntorV vvlieer did tkelr VI1 B- -- laid the e411r aquarintr f Ut We erl Ill felght tk for Mi i t- Tky Xoikt r It atr W- - get li smT Woll P yv Hri v ik 1 pi l-W- iX I c f - AT OOMPIKTK XOYKUI Xtrtog To ItttMHtt aw HpM illuiHrnlnl monthly whpmUm for only 30 ctit Thkt U a NHMt HWrM olfcr M Houwhohl Topic tkt NMfMliM referred to la high cUm ppir replete with utorlcn of love adven Â¬ ture travel and tihort iniorefttltix ami Instructive aketchwnf fitoUnd fancy ana in the lUb of 35 novel are such trwwure m A Urave Coward hy Robert Lout Btovonaon A lllack awltha Daughter by Ktta W Plorco JStnetta a mmt pleaRiiiK Dtorr by M T Oaldor j A Glided Sin and Wwcon Two BIna by the author of of Dora Thome The Truth of It by the popular wrltor Hugh Conway and tho Moorohouso Tragedy rather jwnwUlon al by Mm Jano 0 Austin A Heroine h delightful Htory by Mm Koueccn H DavU Wall Flowurn by tho impular Marlon Hurland nml tho itront storv Guilty or Not Guilty by Amimda of Oouglmw Bpncti forbid mentioning tho other novels hut they nro nil tho wuno high crude popular bright romantic uplcy tutu rearing ntnrlc Tho 35 novel ami tho current Imuo of HouHoholdTonlort will ho noul you tho day your order la received Thl will HUpply you with a hoimohm reading for a moroHonKJ and will ho appreciated by all In tho household Send III eenta to HotirtKiioin Totiivs Pun Co 1 O llox UoU Now York City X Y A MluUtorn DititKhter Ortiun Great excitement prevail in tho neigh borhood of Grant atathm a amnll hamlet in Carter county Kentucky on tho lino of the Anhhuid Ooal and fron railroad where Loulao Sexton tho daughter of George Washington Sox ton an itinerant preacher of tho Mcihodkt poraunnlnn i under arrest for tho murder nf hor quarter day old boy baby The atory Ih that tho child was born on a train while tho girl wan en route homo from the county neat whero tdio had been attending county court an a witnc lletween the depot and homo ho hid the child behind a lug and covered it with rock and brush leaving it to die where it wit found by a boy Tho discovery created Intoimo excitement and thocrlmo was Hpccdtly traced to tho girl who gave way under tho unnatural strain ami believing death near confessed all claiming she committed tho deed thinugh fear that her father would murder her if alio took tho child home Tho entire family were put under arrest The girl exonerates all but herself and refuses to uamo the father of the child She U in a precarioiiH condition Those who never read the advertise monta in ihuir newsnapora miss more Jonathan Keusinn than they pawiinc of llolnn Worth county Iowa who had been troubled with rheumatUm In his back arms and shoulders road ao item in Ills paper about how u prominent German citizen of Kt Madison had been cured Ho procured the same medicine and to use his own words It cured A neLh morlirht tin He a I mi sava hor and his wife were both sick in ted with rheumatism Their boy tvua over to my house and said they were so bud n VMri HhWHjiUhh a popular note In its weather Riimlng coatcsts A woaderful awnunt of Inter- Â¬ est wan taken In Its oiler or 1 000 for tho closest ftucMCn to tho coldest day mid temperature during February at Louisville nml much valuable information waa gathered by subscribers on tho subject This contest has just hcon decided thoro being twenty eight lucky go ewers Tho Week y Courier Journal now makes another ot er ou tho nnmo Hue For tho closest guesses to tho amount of rain that will fall at Louisville during tho month of May tho Weekly Courier-Journa- l will give 91000 This money will ho divided into nineteen presents ono of Â¬ Â¬ Hhw MHh MnIh Will Vntt Weekly CoMrler Jowrniil haatruck The la poantblo only when the blood la pure and vigorous To expel Scrof u la and other poisons from the clr dilation tho superior medicine Ih It Imparts AY KUS Sarauparllla permanent atrongth and olllcloucy to every organ of tho laxly Hoatorn Hon to perfect health and atrongth LONG LIFE HUMPHREYS cirully MtvM AttcceM liui with entire IN itleMKTery AlMla ictta nAine1 Holt cwra h TlymirtiwUottiaruitlituinjorm1ttclB at liifAoiAIlMeeUthlerli THE MILD POWJCR 0URK8 THE GRAND TWO in 1 ut frn iwmt aemctle thirty ror rn kr1 for ow the WorM cvai r thulntiuir HemeJIeA mr or Results from Using AYKHS Sarsuparllla Mary Schu Â¬ bert Kansas City Ka writes I am ronvlaeeil that nimr having been slok a wltolo year from liver com Â¬ plaint Ayers Hursunarlllu savetl my lKdTera ronetloiiA InflAmmatlotvi 3 VrmA Worm eer Worm Colic -- Tthlm Cll erjlnWAkefulneA 4 niirrhe or ChlMren or Ailulu alyctHtnryiOrllnii Hlllu folio NNMrRlitUi 7 -- Chnlrr eMBlia U3 U5 IA U5 M1 MarhMA VomlUi CoIJa JininchltU ToolhAoha llllloUAiirAA 3 WW two of 100 each two of ol each Tint four of ir each nml ten of 910 each lift help me host physicians holm Ulialilo to and ha lug tried three other Kach guess must he accompanied by proprietary intullciiies without WitulH I to pay for ono years subscription to the at fast took Ayers Sursapurlllu Tint Weekly Courier Journal the best Demoresult was a eoinplete cure Hluec then cratic paper published Tho rainfall 1 have rccoinimutlcil this mcrilcluu to others and utwins with success Is scientifically measured to tho bun dreth part ot an Inch The heaviest ruin full In May during the past twenty vears was seven Inches and fortv slx hundrcdtlw of an inch The lightest Tho measurement was one Inch even Prepared liy 1H1C Aj erS aro made by the government otllclals ol Lowell Mam Sam tho weather bureau at Louisville Curos will euro you ple copies of tho paper with full particu lars of the contest will bo sent free to any address Write at once as under no EM IKS circumstances will any guesses be reThere are with which tho weak peioi ceived after April ilOth Address Weekly geuerallv has to contend Courier Journal Louisville Ky WottK regularly consumes his strength IUIc Huh MimtiN tint often pays for what it takes Lisle has announced WoiiUY lights the caudle at tho other Representative his candidacy for reelection Ills friends end and never pays at all are out in the Held tightening up his DlrWAHK ties Ids hands ami deprives him fences and laying tho ground for a unan of power of resistance Judge Lisle as imous rcmmilnatlou his friends call him has cam lit on to Who can number the thousands tho ropcH remarkably well for a now OVERCOME HY He has been studious and member this mighty trio For years we have plodding and without any purpose to prai e but to tell tho ttuihho has made fought these consumers of life with lifes a record that docs honor to his constitu- own weapon the air we breathe made ents One piece of work that he has had stronger foi tho combat bv the aid and kill of modern science Our a hand hi was the Goodnight hill dividing Kentucky Into two judicial districts and providing for the holding of a feder- Â¬ This hill has been restores strength quiets the nerves and al court at Jacknon unanimously reported from the judiciary expels diseases Proof that will convince all who reason committee and is now on the calendar Lislo worked day and night on is o He red free to alt who sutler Judge tho Itlll anil gavo Kreat assistance to Mr Send us your address In the matter of Goodnight its author nHSSTAUKiYec HA LUX pension Mr Lisle has been exceedingly active hardly a day passing over his lf2t Arch St 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at llie Middo of Munimit hi lliwel tlreen Ky at 8 to IN EAGLE DRENNON I I Htlli I i A IIVIMI rwiii lu K I IMtlVVIW thiN lit lir Horofali KnUrmHl oirttuW Hvwlllun tlmirrnlltrlillltVi riDAlostWwikmjM Jt i3 Jt Un JA i JT JI JI J Vt3 Â¬ THREE EXTRA NUMUDnSl KhiIhaI Weak- - na nUcuneaof tho lion rllrtlHtAtlon 100 HlUlepHy aivAniAHt Vlliu Dntusi nJ1 DUthArKr llVuiltlt ir ul xi4lll on a 1 wiiium in triiioi nKinvi 1 tll hi 100 100 0 TmI n sprltiK nearly HI liamli bkli lieimtlliil iiinae and tall ldeatv ol ntyle nml t Maialua IM tlaiu Sired bvthe luiiinus HIiieleaiiN liy the ureal iiaeer John Nnsley hire of the I II --MI it IM - - 01 il - lit liv ilani mini oi mikh l pie a unteii Minnie unrie m uaui n Slaohuiu llh iliiiu by ropperhnltoui Kajjlt Dreiiium Is a half hrnther to Itosene Mild ln lstHi nml eight mure that sobl firl00Unr hniMN have for no vend more 11111 miniviiirt Aiiltl hlither than any middle hnntes in Keiituoky Kinjle llreiuun ean uliaw vyhat ii in eons Minnie irom lie In lor MiiimMI nnv chiht nf nun on Any untie that eau out rael or trot mm lueil tree lie loni two hlue rihlioiis at the lliuel tlreoii fair hu t year I - vlllu ill 1 1 1 iw SPECIFICS WITCH HAZEL OIL THE PILE OINTMENT For ritKxlirnnl or lul nml llUml or llLtslliirft KUtulAln Aim lltlilimorlllitHtlutt or Im Ittvtum Till tOllcf U lllttlHMlUlO tho uni 11T lAtll TniAtatzn aaoTa rnion so tlr I1 M4 If IHimlli ar Mill hI M ou 111aiioota kuo 1 1 a na iuium hi moi oiiw Blue Grass Boawty TliU line yituiig Mnlllnu will nUo Make the mmimui of IMM at the Mime plaee at H to I NSt UK Mere U the eipial of any cull In Kentucky IM hatidft hiuli I yean old the 7th ol Mat height hay with good muuc and the grand owl tail vou ever miw Sired ly Knglc Dreniinii he hy Hlucleanv tlrst ilainHInl hy Lexington one of the hiM Mini Is the mine- In Montgomery county tliini of tun blue Ilhhou colts ami luu uteU etl a mile In three minutes Second dauitht cclelnitttil Hiram Wilkersou Mitltlle marc s Iteaiitv Isn iierfect inuilel In every reMieeU tAn S premium will he given lor the lit M colt ttt either noise shown al the lliuil ireeii lair in lMK RAY MOSS March in lvU - HUMPHREYS ots Â¬ Â¬ 1 XMP0UN1MXY3EN ACADEMY OF THE VISITATION IOlt -Mt YOUNG LADIES Whlto Sulphur Ky 8 Tho Combined Stallion 8 J Aduiirabllos Â¬ distriel--Couiior-Journ- al Tlii licttltiittoti uiith r the illrtitiou of the Sl leis ot llie VNiliititia H V M N ll unlttl In u htiillhx nml hiiiiilltnl liiiiil ts ot the urll kiiioli Mine lini Iteulnn Here the pill enjoy llie ciMiifets of Inline Inr rcnioveil fniin the I u V him of Chamberlains Tain Malm and how It had cured me he got a bottle and and It cured them up In a week ftOcont bottlca for alo by John M Itoe It My tin lluil With lllm The examining trial of Grunt Cecil re Hulted In his being held over without hail to await trial at tho coming term of cir- Â¬ cuit court Judge Malonoy began hoar lug evidence in the cam Friday afternoon and continuing until the following day Tho story of tho shooting as told al the trial is substantially as follows The murdered men Pamerell and Hums had been in lovo with Hhodu Mavs whom Cecil married but he appeared to have no hard feeling against either of them and in fact Horns was one of his attend ants After the marriage ceremony Cecil invited all tho lwys to go homo with him whero they were to continue thofrulh Cecil sat down ou tho edge of tho bed to put on his overshoes While so engaged his wife who was flitting by him said something to him that aroused him to tho lighting pitch and exclaiming I am a1 lone boy but Im not afraid of any body began shooting Unless the de fenso Introduces other testimony when tho cade comes up in the circuit court it is likely to go hard with hlinHeatty vlllo hntorpriso Our hotter halves say they could not keep house without Chamberlains Cough Remedy It is used In more than half tho homes In Leeds Sims llros Leeds Iowa This shows tho esteem in which that remedy is held where It has boon sold for years and Is welt known Mother have learned that there Is nothing so good for colds croup and whooping cough that it cures the e ailments quickly and permanently and that it is pleasant and safe for children to take 25 and 50 cent bolt Ion for vale by John M Hose Â¬ that ho had to do tho cooking 1 told Â¬ Vutiiilli Ireitiiilrt Irrin Wo wish to introduce our System Hills Â¬ Wo know that we into every home manufacture the very best remedy on For Outlier pirtleiilir- atltlii earth for the euro of Constipation Hil tliomonoy niul iitinriitnif VTyttl iK will iousness Sick Headache Kidney Troub- siHtora ui tun viaiiatiuu u v iu lMoiriiANnr and that when les Torpid Liver etc ut homo whoro von i yon have tried these pills you will gladly can hm it recommend them to othei s or lake an Kospiot fully agency and in tl i way we shall have a largewell paying demand created for everv As a special Inducement T F CARR reader of this paper to liy these pills and j cooj wrtir take an agency at once wo give to each IMWKLKH IVII Morgan t ouulx Kv person who sends twenty live cents in cash or thirty cents in stamps for a box of System Hills ono of the following presents A Handsome Gold Watch a Giay Gity good Silver watch a valuable town lot a genuine diamond ring a casket of silverware or a genuine f gold piece ICvery purchaser gets one of tho above Capital SoOOOO presents There are no exceptions Shaw Itumcdy Co Uutherford N J IMUYI DAY J l COX BB llesident Cashier as o Klllitl by a Ilinii lliuitt No Hank in KuMvrn Kentucky has hetter In Warren county Iowa three miles northwest of Sumuieiset George Ash vaults nor htttertaelliles for keeping your home worth Jl years old shot Mrs Wtlber account Managed entirely lidwats people u ho know yon and reaily to with fatal results accommoilatc vou ulio aie Mason three limes The woman was about M yeais old and fiMouey In loan on reasonable rates the mother of three chlldicn Ashworlh Call ou us had been working for Mason and at the noon hour made Improper advances to Cu -- v o Mrs Mason Sho resisted htm and ho shot her m n3fq MT STKULINlllv Y - arr After receiving the wounds Mrs Mason a V seized her baby and ran about a quarter Capita i fJOOOOn Srniti8 10000 Physicians of a mile to a neighbors VIJ were sent for but their services were of M MinSTAIT Picsltlent Tho last seen of Ashworth was no avail C5 I KlUKIWTItlCK Vice Iredldeut near Llun Grove ou tho Madison county W THOMSON Cashier line A large number of cltircu aro in pursuit of him and if eaugltl ho will e renoeot fully Htilleh the huslness of iner Mr Mason was probably be lynched absent from homo The tragedy occurred ehauts tnrmers trailers ami business wV geuerallv throughout Kastern Kentucky A in the uetghlkorhood where tho notorious general bunking bsiness dune dive us a Tcardowu tragedy took place several chance to send you a bank book nay your year ago checks anil loan ynu monev when In need 1 Mu-it- - Or uuytliintf in tho ii eltv itnil eiin fiinxtnuentl willi iieiiler Jnuolry lino lot mo fiiellhv iiull llieiiielei of the inhantnms know it will fur atlortleil of u lhoronih tliiiciitlon niMui anil Terns rcitm tuihlc nish von good worlh lnintiiiL eMin MtniM In lifitletl hv sleiim illtiiittlon ot Yl - - - I r tKm Forest ill hi in Imils I Stonewall - T1IK Rational flail to in make the season of IVU at i i i ii i innnev due when man l putted with or is bled to anuthi i Ibis Stallion will be at the stabbhorse It cell tune mile finui lcl the tlrst of and iliirtl weeks of each month and at miles wi t ol West llbcrtv ti Henrvft the second anil luurlli weeKs ol cacn v it iij nitn Â¬ - Z i Traders Deposit Bank 1 w Mrcd bv Mmnbiino Btcst be by I Ned Koii nun CMII V4lt ny In Al est 11111- i V oiiJW evautlers Ktlwlu KortM rtrst tbuii by MaiuJ li in flilif seeonil ill in bv Virginia WlilpJ tirest Stomovall s third dniii bvSIr Atlili thst dam hvllrnwn U anew all Nccnud thonj Copper bv Tom Crow tier tldfUbv Mall bottom fourth dam to uiltl laiiey ny vnu 1 IMII llr liood care lll be litHuli of untie loft Wllh us but will not be rem itlblo lor meliWiit M per iinniui shoulil iiiiv occur HnNllYMfi8t Wborty Ky CCOIL 1 poiniss DCSIttllMION AMWjl M iiuiitK lluvblaclj bllaitltrimul4liauilHiiiuiii X Vui 1 tirll Tho Youna Spanish Jack 1 V It will ho an allocable surprise to per sons subject to attacks of bilious colic to learu that prompt relief may bo had by taking Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dlarrhiea Remedy In many instances the attack may be prevented by taking this remedy as soon as tho ilrst symptoms of the disease appear --T and 0 cent bottles for sale by John M Hose TtlOMlxoN Cash WlHSiM II WE BARRINCER Wtlll WINtlll STrU N KY Caner Dry Ms Co V WITIII lUSlOON It I IITNTKIt Cathler This piemluui dink wMiI ko the season nf 101 at in stahle iu lliMMi iritii Ky nt rrcsllent Succcssois to Carter llros Coi Lnuicliuil at llm Heath Sentence John D May tho cowboy train robber and murderer of Fireman crank Martin which crlmo was committed a few miles ninth of San Antonio Texas on the San Antonio and Arkansas I ass railroad several months ago was brought there from ICarne City whero ho was taken Iwforo the presiding judge and sentenced to hang on May Sft of tho present year May laughed when the sentence was pro nouneed and remarked that ho was in Yon can rellovo that headache yon linportem and lobbem ol uocenl of any Inlonilonal murder May havo hy hnviiiR u Imx of MiRrlmiuo ut Mall a Tin ImtAiit olllce attainted to commit suicide in U will only coit DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS fiO cunia and In hohl on a ptwtlve Rtiar few week ago Httm JDr Jlutuphreya new apvulllu foi la Xo M7 riil and fill- P L Itcvno al Mt Sterling Ii head grippe W mmwjn wlin a pioMimnoNHi aW A ur curtWHhnoHt InfHllilnY tltmrtiM in KviUitoky for tovlnir tua Wcct Main Street cV rlw J cohs out of HH For ilo bv thlnex and huppllcs Wrlto him for bottom prices LOUIS VILLR KY i Txim Cull lr MntiitUMtt co kc irsJ ir rS 5Tr The movement of Texas cattle to tho Indian Territory lias begun Several thousand head will he moved from points AND NOTIONS ou tho San Antonio and Atkansas Hass ky is railroad to the territory pastures within 1 ho severe drouubt ralrnnage of the mountain merchants In the next two Weeks to southwest Texas has caused the range most respectfully idiclteil tone unusually short of grass tills spring IDIMlKKLOKIl People with hair that is continually falling out or those that aro huhl can Go fSorion Importers and lobbcrs of Paid up Capital 0000a0 Surplus WOOOIM ThU Hank holleltx the accounts of mer chants funnels trader and business men generally throughout Kastern Kentucky and oilers its customers every facility and the most liberal terms within the limit ef legitimate banking nctisly SB TO INSURE A U I ING COLTi xiyy ior villi aSSavvSsruJB0llilSOI Mttto tn kit itjle n4 ilio Uiititott ttronc4 catlett working fet itnipltt inott m curl irntt rnipArt nn4 intt tntklrrn 1or tat f nt ttcaUr tn nriut CUiogrur nuttcJ fro hf Thi Merlin Fira Arms Co eil or ware U money tluo when colt is nailed with for which it tlllilriinlti U ntiltl cd on coll until sann moi t yenr to He in fiiHtf Itosto will be Is black perfect Iu form ft Id luii to lie I nun nhtl by seen to bt appreciated Inirll hs Imported lack th lie iniltl Mltn llred by Old for his ibuii Illaek llet that he re Meek Howells fanuiis bt him IIKtX fust d jil iiHtfnr he bv old Ir are will be taken to un Mt nerldeuts nicy ion I will not be respousl occur Mares Irnm ti dMnur tiuiuin kepi on reiouuiihlc terms I 4 k I Apill 1 W T SW MH ICO Kkw IUvrk Conn USA ai XT i MAT PIN Ettfll PHBTli a m llisi ra ai mT 4j WlltLlvSALK HltY tVPly D H CARPENTER HOOTS wrni NOTIONS IATMriTSHlUO KY tjoons SHOKSc H fV zX dJftj wu- - -i winnrj j CgsU jiizs Hr Xv jax 1