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Digital page images are linked to the text file. mfi 5 i i -- ijtewwifc Hfcr IPKNOCR COOPS Hazel Green Herald hstnbliHluHl March -- I I8sr nml Miuo FniuouH In Ihu Colobvntod Story of Of n NiUy World Joimthwn nml JU Hi 111 Ctrntiiuml1 by Mux OJRolK Owner nnd Editor Willi Nw Vrom All Nation lumhrlng Illicit ioo A YiA H 1804 Always In Ailvan TKXTH YKAU StfOfJfc Yol 1W m HAZEL CUU313N WOLFE COUNTY A KY THURSDAY APRIL roxo Lome XUMBEll 4 4B V y n fw KM Am VO iITlC 3 ii KSxqKSfcW t w TTi vkt - tA - DO y Vm Y6UR Av tOUMIUl lOUItrSIONnKNT m UltrKK HMITH TWIN HHOTIIKKM lohu ThmopnoH J vmr iN fV i I Mt a OSSOLT THE AWtRWfcMJ p mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmnmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm f mHTTTJ KOt IDESXTEXST KZKh KV llomlt Snttl llnleti t Now CrtlU Oori n Mu Who Alotnp Scimtor Irom tlumttvii Trkim VoorlirK Km run I lint ami If n few Item Tho lobby of tho Hate llouno Iiidlnu every week or twlcn n month from tho npoll Intl wn tho hcuiio of an exciting 1h of nuy btterel Incident which canned a tmiodo of the MnU wou V t iiiwvrn win uikc gticnt but which fortunately tlltl not prlilo lit fiirnUliInu thorn renult in bloodnhed Attorney Oenentl A llttlo tXfltnnciit rnulnKln loorgo Smith wit leaning over tho nhow cao ni town t prtiont tivor tho nrrcut uf throe tho cigar ntaml when hi attention wa Imyn Tum nml Ntitli Dover nutl Ynu attraetetl by the eonverjottloii of two men Kvttnn Iluirwtl with tHnisplrlnjr togothor one of whom wan a burly follow weighing for tho pnipmioof robbing n niKht trnln about UW pmi ml who wan engaged In tut tho Intorimtinnul nml Uront Northorn vituperative ultimo of Senator Vorheen itillnmtl nt Pnlm Yitlloy on Mitrth liJ and unttuted pralno tif Senator Hill A yotmjt nmn by tho nnmo f Mityftoltl ami from tho conversation tho attorney moral Inferred that Itotli wore fhtin wiih nlno it jinrtuor In tho nlUtlr but nftor Klvinu tho mutter n thorough Ktttily ho S ow York Tho talktttlvo nt ranger Imonino itfruhl iu to what tho rcMtlt of declared that Yorhoen wa a ncnundrcl mtoh n Htop tulijht bo nnil biteko out i tleimtgtguc am a man of no ntnudlug Ho then wont to tho ollleont nml plnyMl nml milled that it wa a dlngraeo hat oil goon boy by tolling thorn that tho M Dnu Yorhee nhouhl ho normlttod to Dover boy nml Kviiiih hml InUI a plan nbtino nueli a man an Hill when the to rob tho train ami worn thrvaionlim to Indiana Hcmttnr wan known only a a Palm blackguard and a ilciiuigogtio kill hint if bo tlltl not ikhInI them Ynllov In only n ling utiitlnit ami My Stop right there lr intorponctl the 1 lloltl in bin agreement with tho Dover attorney ceuoral ant n friend of nml Kviiiih wait to lnmrtl tho train at Senator Yorhee ami not a wortl that Kottnil Itook ami toll tho eomlnetor ho you nay i true No man of any courage wantod to got oil nt Palm Yalley nml would talk about another behind hi I am hi friend havo him to ntop there Then ho wan to back a you arc dolnu Of TIik rump lont Imimt Ih cum h rr C DM IIS 1 HOUSI CAMPTON KY H HOUON ollcitrl PnoiMuirroii public U Tahlw tlio hosit mul every attention in titooomiorl ot kiiom roped The Pitt ronnce ol tho trimdtm fully Tho nlovo hoimo In now open to the public nod ho patronise solicited Tahlo the hot the country ntlord nml churo rou MMiithlc looil Mnhlo nml oa re of hereon JJJCN IIOlJC lri city kv C II Â¬ ilvomononll UHin A Iroprloior AllCN if H OTEL LELAND S Using It ItllOOKS ltHluo inn T Ua nml Klvotrlo Light Untitling Ktootrio Utoxnlorl Honied lliHtlighotit tlth H it Dny Hot Wnjor ftfr Union Nor OOlltll lltltl Now iillr VtUlO Ky Honpoothtllv JOIINhON 0HI S Itltil oo It HUOOKS It Cmnptoii ATTOHXEYS-AT-LA- J lliuol Orooii SWANttO JOHNSON Si 8WANK it ho Wollo oonnty hiiiI olr oIIooiIoiim proinnlly inmlo oult court unit uloiruoH ul llllo lornlkhoil on nhiul prtUMloo I Will not loo A tloiiN FI0YH IlYKl W Caniptiui Ky ATTORNEY-AT-IiAVr Ahnlruot of tltlo Airnlnhoil oolloo nuilo iiiut prompt rotnrn LMitirunlooil toiinoolotl with tholuw tlrm of Woiul A Day Mt MiorlltiK Ky In olvll pruolloo m AHOWAUI STAMlMCIt ArroUNKY-AT-h- A v CAMPTON KY Will prnolloo In tho onurti of Wnllo nml tho mlJolniiiK oonntlox All lnulnon ontrnntod loonrouro will rroolvo prompt itttontlnn John UAZKl In Iho only IIoh tho M IIIKKN Rose KY town whloh httn utly ocloliniUl linn In th Boots and trom tho uholohitlo honxo CP jjlvo hint Shoes of nolly Tracy 0o rOKlVMOlTH n rWhon rail OHIO ou want tho niUT fontuoitr J H PIERATT T plneo nlHhtotor agaiimt tho eontlno lor ami keep him liinioo of tho piiHonger eoitoh hllo the other boyn wont through tho ipreM cur Mayllehl tlltl not toll tho other hoy that ho would not iiHit them a ho hml ngreeti to but wont ami goton tho ttalu ami niiHnoil Palm Yalley tho eomlnetor reftming to ntop nt that plneo after being Informed of tho pending robbery Tho olllooia M orotod tlirmHolvcM in tho exproH t ear to rapture- tho hoyn but tlltl not tiuderHtaml that tho train would not be ntoppod unleiw Higtmled to until after they had pnod Palm Yalley Tho eomlnetor Haiti ho knew the large number of tmnKongor whleh were on board that night would hold the rail html eouipany retjontiblo for any tlamagon done them Thin wan tho oauo of U not Htopplng iih wan rcqmtotl bv the ttllleerrt Tho train panned Palm Yalley only tunning at the into of about 10 tulloH niijJmtir Two men wore neon ntamling near tho station with a Win tdioHter ritlo and wmio nix nhooterH In their handn but no attempt wmt made to hold up The Hover boy ami Kviiiih had an examining trial before K Hill Shaw ami woto lield over In a bond of 210 eaeb for the Dover and MOO for Kviiiih They rofmod to give bond nml naked for a now trial which will route oil till week or next before tho judgo of tho eotirt of unpenl Hoth tho Dover and Kvitn family tand high noolally NowHroaehed hero Nunotlino Hlueotluil a nttinber of moil front tins varioti wrt orn eotintrle wero banding together and going to Wellington for tlio purpoMi of liitvingitoino ehitugeHtnndo in tho govern inent whleh they thought would lm to their iuteroHt a woll iih to tho farming elanh In uoiieral They ny niteh ehangeH huvo to M mndt Vltliorly a ballot or by tho bullet Six hundred drouth utrloken men pmwetl tlthMigh Taylor the Und liiHt en rotito to WitHhington ntipponotl tt have Ihoii wttno of tho pardon who are going theio tit Htralghton thing up a thev nay Wolutd a freero tlioSldi tf hint month whleh kllbsl very near all the eorn lit A niiiiilHrof fnrtner tltU neighborhood havo replanted but xomo huvo not ami ytm tnay jiint bet they are tek Cotton plaining will bo tho order of the day now for a wlillo Wheat and out look woll ami tho proHpeotH for a eotton crop are Wo huvo had wovoral very good ho far wotting raSitH rrooutly which havo put a good Hoitxon in tho ground In Northwont Texan Hovoritl brltlge Iiouhoh eto havo been lorn to piece by evolution ami a little town by tho nnmo ot llartlett omo thirty or forty mile eat of thl plneo wa truok by it very heavy wind recently nml outo twenty or thirty limine wero turned over nenreer thin year than I have Undo It nliico canto tnToxit mh Jorn In nolllng at from 10 u 7o eontn per btmhol Sueeenn to Tint HitiuiD and it worthy etlitor April 0 1801 WuHntiiNim IiIm 1 1 1 will protect him In lit abonce ami You are no gentleman MrM I wan not tulklng to you wild tho 1 Hut I am talking to you and I want to repeat that you are a coward to talk behind a mititn back lit the way you are doing itiidcmtnud that ho cant got credit for live cent In Torre Haute where lio nattl tlio stranger liven That i a lie and you Ho when you it nueli a nlliy Marnier I dont want to have itiivthini to tlo with von naltl tho New orkor a ho nturtctl to walk away Nor tlo want to have anything to tlo with you lejnltted Smith a ho fob Hut I waul to nay that lowed him up coward ami that oveiywnrd you are a that you utter about Yorhee In a Ho nml you He knowingly when yon utter it Tho gttet ex peeling to ho plntol drawn ittitl blood flow hml taken them hcIvoh to a plneo of enfety but the ntran gcr tllnappeared out of tlio door while clapping of hand greeted the attorney general from the distant part tif the room a he lighted hi cigar ami walked away Decker lr a Tito Now Yorker wit traveling Htilemnan for a New York Jen tipholntery nml lace curtain lino demon in tho lobby ty that ho hail Won forcing hi tllnctiniloiin upon every one that entered ami that ho wa very nbtmlve Tho encounter with Smith however hml a pacifying oifoot nml Decker lr mil around tho remainder tif iho tiny looking a If ho had very little if any Intercut in the politic of the 1 1 1 1 stranger been engngetl to nuoher girl who wan friend of Mevllle ami they ouarreled Ho made love to tho latter ami married her They lived happily for four year Ono and twin won were born to them of tho hoyn wa named John 0 Tltomp The re hou Jr ami tho other dame Homblauco wan no great that when they Iteeamo throe yearn old It wan almot Int ponnlhlo to tell them apart The father during a quarrel with bin wife told Iter that bo had only married her to nplto her friend and ono night ho disappeared taking lohn Jr with htm Mm ThompHou wa loft without any money to live on but Udug an expert tlrcM maker nuueccded in making a living by hiring out to private famlllc She heard nothing from her h unhand during all the yearn that followed When Coxoy army arrived at Home ntciid Pa Jame Tliompnou vlllod It In circulating among them Jio came up on a man Hitting near ono tif the tout who wan hi counterpart In everything When ho learned that hi but tlrcn name wa Thorn pon and that ho oneo lived In Allegheny ho recollected that hi mothei had told him of a twin brother wlm bad tlUiippeitred with hi father The ntory of tho maun llle noon com vlnced htm that It wn bin brother and a happy recognition followed The rnran ger ntory wn a follow I have Ihmmi engaged In mining in Colorado where my father I in the luiu He I married ami I havo ler bimtnen two HtetibrotherH 1A ami 17 yearn of ago My fattier liven In Denver and noil hint Ho told uto I wit bor to contractor one of twin Ihivh itittt that my brother Ho nW wild my had tiled in liithtiig her wa dead mot An noon a John came into hi mother prcnenco ho recogulrcd him with a mother intuition ami nobbetl ami went Sho had long ntneo thought with joy imih were dead ami never expected to hear from either tif them again Although glad to llud her non nhe wan bitterly luceimed itgaitmt her htibitudn Sho will bring null ngaiunt conduct him for kidnaping her hoik ami when he arrive in Peinmylvaiili will bring action ftir bigamy nlo Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ quette a iHntitlfnl French gUI lived From tint old complaint vrhen yo with her father in the lower part of Ab pernmntMUly cured by m legheuy Va Sho met feint 0 Thomp hod who wa at that tlnio n nnleniitn U bad for a Mlehluiiu lumber llrnt Twontyfoir yonw ago Movlllo Carl V I v ELECTROPOISE Other have boon cured why not yon m in J It- 1 n Dlienne Cured Without Mrtloint Not nit eleetrlo holt or battery but Mm pie hotiie treittntoni which erte lint entire body of the patient to nhntub QXVWK VVtuAk your neighbor nhnutrUf CJto for oim wl f -- i can not tell ymi write to u btioktf iiont free of ear A Iropotoil Nw ttonil IVO II IMMIlAtT The prtmpect for a turnpike road from 1 II Jamkh pS Torrent ou tho K V raliroitd to Hanoi NmhliiR ha over received no Bittny leMbi Oreen Wolfe county i very llitttorlug moniitm trom titttworiuy iiernon nianyoi The K U railroad company propone to whom are known to tt Western Itoeorder build the road to tho level a tllntaiice Loiilnvllle of over a mile nurvey tho route through Tho Kloetronolio I a mylory to ntc and furnlnh the county with a ertmlier nlmoat a inlraelo Khler John I Itodger country The dUtnnco U alnuit free of charge In one nlulit Iho KloolropoUo relieved vm tttrtllril tMilin entlmated that of eotiBollon of iho brain and vertlgoor twenty utile and It Mr tiro W Craven of thl county tho mad can bo built for 1000 per mile Hov tleo II Mean Covington Ky I an example of a nhrowd careful and The proponed route lay well nml with A frond of mini Wa entirely cured of tlm I luttKN KvM March IP 1801 HnHoUn Webb Ky lonllontou ThrottKh the klmluonn of Mr Npenoer Cooper editor of the 1IaXKI huav Hint MD I wit aHhrdod m oppor Utility lo try the eftleaey of your Kleotro poUo nml I uttiM mty that It acted like initgl- o- atnmut n ndraole lo mo I m takn dot u with luthtmiilory rhettuiatUut on the flih limi and in 21 hour my log were nwid I leu and my limb itched with pain nlimuv M I hml no uc of elbow hip uiihoittitblo knee or feet nml in thl helplon condition I continued to NtillVr until thnlMh whcuMr Cooper eiuno and oilVrod lo imotho ICIoetro poUo I had no fid th whatever but like a drowning until oatohlng at a traw eonient od to In imp In four hiuir he aln loll my lot lo which lite polo wa attached and I continued to grow better until tin following Momhwhen I wa able to U no alt day and had uotti pain about me Today OOtlt I renamed my httMucM ami fool woll a I ovor did I Mtnttld add that Jimt two yearn ago wa cnulhtcd to my bed for four iimulli by a Minllar ttttaok that th poUo might havo cured lit dtyHMS 4 luTarft nMcMhrV 1IUVK now ami hopnatt an I wn will try tho amnVeinedy Irotefully your F N HAY We are acquainted wlth the fact In tail cmio and can vouch for the truth of tk J TAYlOlt Day above Mtr Haxki Iouive - 1 iir J Htieccnnful In 1nrmor who dtvornltlc lit cntp and work hi farm for nil there I 1 livery Feed and Sale Stable y An Aolouiittlo Thorr A Lexington man bin Invented u IIAZEI OHICKN KV ttuhiiiu eoiieoru for ratehiiig tho tinto in w riteoH tlolitg ttwtiy with iliuei Tho Jtrt Uonhlo rtiul Hlnulo Itivoitliou In ealled the automatic timer UIkh nml Smlillo llnrn It con of a clock which placed in for lilro 1iirilo oonvoy the timer ntitutl hlght miutito liandn oil to itnv point on tontoii revolve on the tllitl A pinto In laid nhlo tornm f track at each eighth polo and - will a lo itttoml to nil onlU for iuio aoronn tho w trAh the ltoro pnnno tho ono at the iro llnnoorliiK nnil kollnU hnnlnoit of thN kind lro in gelling nwny hi feel trlko tlio Uopootfttllv An plato ami tho hamln tat t A tlio homo JOHN H IMIUAIT nlrlko the pinto at each eighth polo one of lioM haml topn and mt ou around the circuit When tho wire In nmt u reaohod the chick ntop mid mi liinneo illllIAnNM tiou nf tho dial will nhow tho tlitio matlo for any fraetiouai part of tho mile The SANFORD VARNER CO connection ImHwihmi tho idntm and tlio clock aro utado by eleetrlo wiron nt tlinlcnli tlonltrx In of tluteo clock will bo oxporituontnd on at tho trotting track ami If found prao tjtsnl will bo tinotl Thl would prevent I rami In timing rnoe mt olootrlolty tloe 121 mitl I2 SHonil Street not Ho tjS W 1 W FYVIE PUHTSMOUTII Tliw rv jti tutlly inula nf huUrliisI 14tri Kvorynian having u board nbmilil keep It an ovon ami intttiiiil color nod if It I KheunilUm ami caturrh tmue b Ktututkv fi mot not no nlrtiady tmu IMiokluglinma Jy poor anil qorruuti wiuqu ciiroti I and ttpuoiir ttlyM ayw4Bre6iHirlHa - 0 It Mr Craven renin fiOll acre of html from Mr Aaron Fnrrn tut tho Mill titry pike at 1000 a year a pretty big rental ami JJiU acron from Mm U D Chennult at a gootl llgtiro Mr Cray en ul way n pay hi rent ou time ami putn a big enough wad In bank for bun to got married ami ml ho a family on If Mr Craven ho wa dlHod that way crop thl year will ooimfnt of till acre of tobacco 200 acre of wheal 100 aero tif corn and tho balauco of hh available ground In potatoc anil watermelon Mr Craven act upon the principal that everything cant lat low at the nitmo time ami if wheat down maybo tobito co utiti potnlocn will Ihi up ami If ho lone on corn perhapn ho can make It up In watermelon which In a mighty gootl way to rcanon If every fanner dlvem llotl bin crop more ho would Httceccd hotter A man with 200 acre of laud who plant IfiOof them lit wheat year after year cant Hticceetl Kvcrybndy hit been nolllng corn at l7o to i a bar Mr Craven old hicoru rel delivered in the lloltl lam fall at 221 per barrel thl crop alouo yielding him 22100 Ill tobacco for three year Iwih averaged 10 eontn all around Woodford Sun Nu lonuii Any lioolil Thoru I no longer any doubt that Hon John P Salyer of Went Mhortv tho nenntor from Morgan Mitgollln Wolfe Hrcathltt- and Ownlcy countlc will bo u Ho caiidldato for licutonant governor in tute of tho ablont young lawyer In tho commonwealth ha had large experience In tho iillnlr ot ntnto both at homo and In Washington where ho tilled it nix year term a clerk of an important com mittee and a it pnrllnmoiitnrlnit will bo fully cunl to tout Important ponltlou Mr Salyer I a man tif forty four year of ago hit a uharuilng wife nml two linn children U a practicing lawyer in lino ntnudlug nml a charming gentleman In tho Hochtl elide Should ho become tho Demooratlo nominee for that nonltiou Motitcmttit Uuvcrimr Alford will have it worthy uuctor ami the next governor of tho nliito will huvo nil able and an honorable itniUtnnt bexIngton Observer 1 - tho ihhI tif material clone at hand nil along tho line tho mad can bo well and It would bo ono of the quickly made pitying turnpike In the tato nml bct a great blmnlng to the people of that neclion who havo no outlet now nave over long ami mUcrnhly had road It would alno bo of connidcrahlo hciicllt to Win cluster a It would tut tho natural out let ftir all that nee t Ion of country ami turn a largo amount of trade In thin di rection that now goo to other place Our bunluon men houltl take ntock in tho road and help the cntorprtno along It would certainly nrovoa paying invent Winchester Sun incut Jte opinio habit with tho- Kteolropolsti W W Itlnoe Htmtonvlllo Ky Tho KlrelrtqiUe l ft wondwrfttVlrtK mont ami It U moro wonderful a to how It doo it work yet It do It T K C Hrlu ley Plow UmUvltlo Ky - AddrcM DullOia A00 wKIJH Fourth Btrtot LouiaviMK Ky V s Â¬ There are with which tho weak pottii generally ha to contentl Work regularly fonHume hU atrength nut ot ten pity tor wnat it imkc WouitY light tho candle t tho other A Mot Miulpr Wltoont cud and never pay at all A very ntrango murder omo I on trial at Solum Ala About a year ago Ciemtr DmiAHi tie hla hand ami deprive him of power of rellancH Parker nhot a womiiu at Orrvllle Iho euclente and about three Who can number the thotiMiida woman wit hour after the nhootlnga child wit horn OVKRCOMB BY The child wa nhot through tho leg In three plitcrn but by clone attention tt thl mighty trlof For voaw wo httvo life wiin prcnervctl Tho mother tiled die fotiLbt theno comniinprnor life with llfon next morning One of tho wUiichhch In own weapon tho nlr wo brcRlhe court npnlnrtt Parker wan tho llttlo one nironger toi ino comoat uy too am Of cotirno tho llttlo nklll of modern aoieuco Our veitr old child child cannot tentlfy but what Imitrongor OOSIPOMD OXTGEK tluttt wortln tho miirkit of the boll whom through the unborn hnbo llenh rrntoreni ntrengdiquIot tho nervw J It tore ar The cimo I exciting n expel iiincimcn wero exhibited great ileal of luterent and tho bnlai wan Proof tlntt wlllconvlitoo all who f1 tho center of a eurtotn orowd la oHbrod frcu to all who HtirUsr liT rii thti Unit ltoUln Send iih your iuldrc State Senator John P Salyer of Mor DltaHTAKKKY VMA itti gnu county hit by hi ntrong lutelleiv lfi2t Aroh KU PhlladelnhlH Va K3 lual power nnil manly bearing worked 12tHitterHi5tin Fraud iKW hi way up until ho ntamlH In tlio front tho Mate and rank of the able men of now very favorably mentioned at the BARRINCKR Demooratlo enmllilftto for lieutenant gov wirit oritur of tho utate Mr Salyer ha a Htrtmg following In ICiiniern Kentucky and nhouhl ho enter the race will uiako D 19 and If given tho a brilliant eauvn nomination will add new Htrength to the tflueceninr to Curler lUoi A t m lloio Ntnlo tleket In KitHteru Kentucky 1 ENEMIES THREE utitV l w I WE Jbt v Garter Good W9 f 3 1 I miceoM to you Tuhit IMkovlllo Moni Â¬ tor In Tim Hit ot One Ornmlntoilior huporloranml JoblKr Sulphur nml iuolitw reigned mipreiuelit tho nprlng time NowwdMtt wo tako AND NOTIONS lliiiuiilin yfi HpeoIrtoNu lOfor lynn hnud all Jtimtmeh trouble kciliiKthp JVitrmiiMt or the wohIIu bhKvd pure m that no nrlng tloIij I monl lilfHlly lkivJ Kor alo by drugKlilf UvoCnNry limv J S M f4 - tlr V I KBVBc -- TCT V W i T 1 tof j JBr v IM 1wC riM flaxel Qroen Herald rf t cod ftwi KV SIL OUM THE OLD DESIRE j vi 4 rcmovcu my father I shall aare his iannlng yard and his leather factory Thon I am your older and am higher In tho church It will bo for tho maiden to decide rejoined young Drobber smirking at Ids own reflection In tho glass We will leave It all to her decision had stood fuming In tho doorway hardly able to keep his rldlng whip from tho bncks of his two visitors Look hero ho said at Inst striding up to them when my daughter summons you you can come but until then t dont want to see your faces look of some haunted creature hart but ono hopo in llfo now and ITo During this dialogue John Fcrrlor i V i v There kindles within xnr broatrt fyor um- - oia desire B ff tho west n ic tuayWa betwoa rim Its ofct to too eut on the Hills Ovw tadead dull plain To r B autitma rill Â¬ Khe Hh far retrain 11m 4 s mllkwwuTi down Frew Its pillow within tho ed h0 Kd for cwn Frets the ore of the golden rod To twite the oil of tho nut Tfcat a racy ripe at tho core Ana the tang In the flaf root shut y the racing rlllcfi-- shore To drain from a bounteous crime Tho purplo wlno of uollKht To dream tho foot of the Mubo Aro twInUlInu alonf tho height To Rather all rtucIoiw ftnln In sight In scent and In book Against tho rnln of rain And the winter whlto ana lonp I see It along tho wcbI Tho tnaploa beacon flro And thoro Ulnilles within my bream Ever tho old doslro Clinton Scollanl In N V Independent To Hw A5Ht Tho two young Mormons stared at him in amazement In their eyes this competition between them for tho maidens hand was tho highest of honors both to her and her father Thoro are two ways out of the room cried Kerrler there is tho door and thoro is tho window Which do you caro to use His brown face looked so savage and his gaunt hands so threatening tlmt his visitors sprang to their feet and beat a hurried retreat The old farmer followed them to the door Lot mo know when you have iio said nettled which It is to be again sardonically You shall smart for this Stanger son cried white with rage You nave dolled the nronhet and the eoun ell of four You shall rue it to the end of your days The hand of the Lord shall be Â¬ heavy upon you cried young Drob Â¬ ber He will arise and smite you Then Ill start the smiting ex Â¬ claimed rYrrlor furiously and would have rushed upstairs for his gun had not Luey seized him by tho arm and ItY A CONAN UOYIK PAXTII lILCJNTiNUKii Hitt thoy wont let its leave CHAITHK his reneh The young canting rauals he ex his olnimcil wiping the perspiration from -- laugher objected I would sooner see you his forehead Wait till Jefferson comes and wull in your grave my girl than the wife of noon manage that In tho meantime either of them dont you frot yourself my dearie and And so should I father she an- Â¬ dont got your cyos swelled up else swered with spirit but Jefferson t hoU bo wnlklnir Into mn wlnn In uu will soou be hero you Theres nothing to bo nfcanl Yes It will not be long before he uuuuv unu meres no uaugor at ail comes Tho sooner the better for we John Forrler uttered theso consoling do not know what their next move remarks in a very confident tone but may be kIio could not help observing that he It was indeed high time that some paid unusual caro to tho fastening of one capable of giving advice and help tho doors that night and that ho cure should come to the aid of tho sturdy fully cleaned and loadud the rusty old old farmer and his adopted daughter shotgun which hung- upon tho wall of In tho whole history of the settlement i his bedroom thoro had never been such a case of rank disobedience to tho authority of CIIAFTKIl IV tho elders If minor errors were pun- a junut roa urn ished so sternly what would bo the mwrJj Ar Q the morning which followed his fate of this arch rebel Ferrior knew wy wi 14 interview tvlth tho Mormon prophet that his wealth John FcrrlerYrcut Into Salt Lake City of no avail to and position would be ft tHt him Others as well and having found his acquaintance known and as rich as himself had been who wus bound or tho Novada moun- spirited away before now and jmg tains ho Intrusted him with his mes goods given over to tho church their Ho 5ago to Jefferson Hope In it ho told was a brave man but he trembled at the young man of tho iraminunt dan the vague shadowy terrors which Jcr which threatened nothem and how hung over him Any known danger he necessary it was mat suouiu return could j a but this sus- Having dona thus ho felt easier in his pen so face with firm lipHo concealed was unnerving mind unci returned homo with light- Â¬ his fears from his daughter however er heart and aiTeotod to make light of tho whole As he approached his farm he was matter though she with the keen eye surprised to seo a horse hitched to of love saw plainly that he was ill at each of the posts of tho gate Still ease moro surprised was ho on entering to lie expected that he would receive some message or remonstrance from Young as to his conduct and he was not mistaken though it came in an unlooked for manner Fpon rising son Hope vTiS hiflPi irtxdl rI lllli ffra iar Lit ti iii ib ii iijirt a next morning he found to his sur Hood Hod gasped John Kerrler prise a small square of paper pinned How you scared me Whatever made on to tho coverlet of his bed just over Vou coine in like that his chest On it was printed in bold Jlve me food tho other said straggling letters I have had no time for bite hoarsely y TWKNTY XIXr oavs akk oivrx vor or sup for Ho hours FOK AMKVDMKXT AND TIIKN Hung himself upon tho cold meat aud The dash was more fear inspiring bread which were still lying upon the than any threat could have been table from his hosts supper and de Â¬ How this warning came into his room voured It voraciously Does Lucy he asked wheti lie had puzzled John Kerrler sorely for his bear up well nn V servants slept in an outhouse and the satisfied his Hunger Yes doors and windows had all boon se- She does not know the dan- TitritK Aim two ways otrr ok tiik cured He crumpled the paper up and ger her father answered noou ouni vkkuikk said nothing to his daughter but tho j That is well The house is watched find two young men in possession of incident struck a chill Into his heart on every side That Is why I crawled his sitting room One with n long The twenty nine days were evidently my way up to It They may be darned palo face was leaning hack In tho tho balanco of tho month which Young sharp but theyre not quite sharp rocking chair with his foot cooked had promised What strength or eour- - enough to catcha Washoe hunter upon tho stove Tho otjier a bull age could avail against an enemy John Ferrier felt a different man necked youth with coarso bloated fea- Â¬ armed with such mysterious powers now that he realized that he had a de tures was standing in front of the Tho hand which fastened that pin j voted ally He seized the young mans -ivindow with his hands in his pockets might have struck him to the heart leathery band and wrung it cordinlly f whittling a popular hymn lloth of and he could never have known who i on re a man to be proud of hesald There aro not many who would eomo them nodded to iorrlor as ho entered hnd slain him Still moro shaken was ho next morn- Â¬ to share our danger and our troubles and tho ono in the rocking chair com ing They had sat down to their menced the conversation Youve hit It there pard tho young 1 Maybe you dont know usho said breakfast when Lucy with a cry of hunter answered have a respect This hero Is the son of Khlor Drobber surprise pointed upward In the cen- - for you but If you were alono in this and Im Joseph Stangerson who trav- Â¬ tor of tho ceiling was scrawled with a business Id think twice before I put eled with you in tho desert when tho burned stick apparently the number my head Into such a hornets nest To his daughter it was unin- Â¬ Its Luey that brings mo hero and be Â¬ Lord stretched out His hand aud guth JS telligible and ho did not enlighten fore harm comes on her I guess there t ered you into tho truo fold v That night he sat up with his will be one loss o tho Hope family In As lie will all the nations in Us her good time said the other in a gun and kept watch and ward Ho rtah own iuiluI enon ITn irrhidttth Klnwlv but saw and heard nothing and yot in tho What are wo to do morning a great 27 had been painted exceeding small To morrow Is your last day and un- Â¬ Fobtt Kerrler wnvud coldly less you net to night you aro lost I lie had upon the outside of his door guessed who his visitors were Thus day followed day and as sure have a mule and two horses waiting in V hya 0000 continued Stanger as morning camo ho found that his un Â¬ the lOaglo ravine How muoh money on at the advkre of our fathers to seen enemies had kept their register have yon Two thousand dollars in gold and solkilt thfi hand of your daughtor for and had marked up in some conspicu Â¬ y klchever of us may aeout Rood k 3ott ous position how many days wore still five In notes hjmI to her As I have but four wives loft to him out of tho month of grace That will do I have as much more to Drobbor hero has seven It Sometimes the fatal numbers appealed add to it We must push for Carson City ami liratlmr appvftr to mo that my claim Is the upon the walls sometimes upon the through the mountains You had best floors occasionally thoy were on small wake Lucy It Is as well that the serv Â¬ t4roMgr one Nay nay ISrothor Stangcrsort placards stuck upon the garden gate ants do not sleep In the house tfitt While Ferrier or the railings With r4l nUjtyother the queiitiou is not John Forrlorcould not all his vigilance Ids daughter for wns absent preparing discover whence wIvoh wo have but how tho approaching jour- Â¬ Jrw r- - fatlior has A ney Jefferson Hope packed all tho eat- Â¬ theso daily warnings proccodod MMiMyvW Min keep 1M tVtit wor hU initktetme aud I horror which was almost supersti- Â¬ ables that he could find In4o a smnll tim rMw man tious canto upon him at the sight of parcel and filled a stonowave jar with sal Hnt wy VcIl7st 8r better nn Id them Ilo became haggard and rest water for lie 1tu w by experience that J wmly Wkitui Cw Lnrd lc iSj aud his eyes hud tho troubled the mountain wollu were few and far IAP 0M - he cruld escape from her the clatter of horses hoofs told him that they were beyond restrained him Hefore 1 Â¬ A - J JL vm m rii A was for tho arrival of tho young hunter from Nevada Twenty had changed to fifteen and fifteen to ten but thoro was no news of tho absentee Ono by ono tho num- Â¬ bers dwindled down and still thoro came no sign of him Whenovor a horseman clattered down tho road or a driver shouted at his team the old farmer hurried to the gate thinking that help hnd arrived at last At last when ho saw live give way to four and that again to three ho lost heart and abandoned all hope of escape Single handed and with his limited klowledgo of the mountains whiohsurroundedtho settlement he knew that ho was pow less The moro frequented roadB were strictly watched and guarded and none could pass along them without an order from tho council Turn which way ho would there appeared to be no avoiding the blow which hung over him Yot the old man never wavered In his resolution to part with life Itself before ho consented to what he re- Â¬ garded as his daughters dishonor He was sitting alone one evening pondering deeply over his troubles and carolling vainly for some way out of them That morning had shown tho ilguro U upon tho wall of his house and the next day would he the last of the allotted time What was to happen then All manner of vague and terrible fancies filled his imagina- Â¬ tion And his daughterwhat was to become of her after ho was gone Was there no escape from the invisi Â¬ ble network which was drawn all round them lie sank his head upon the table and sobbed at the thought of his own impotence What was that In the silence he heard a gentle scratching sound low but very distinct in the quiet of the night it came from the door of the house Kerrler crept Into the hull and listened intently There was a pause for a few moments and then the low insidious sound was repeated Some one was evidently tapping very gontly upon ono of the panels of the door Was It some midnight assassin who had come to carry out the murderous Or was order of the secret tribunal it some agent who was marking up that the last day of grace had arrived John Ferrier felt that instant death would be better than the suspense which shook his nerves and chilled his heart Springing forward he drew tho bolt and threw the door open Outside all was calm and quiet The night was fine and the stars wero twinkling brightly overhead Tho little front garden lay before the fanners eyes bounded by tho fence and gate but neither there nor on the road was any human being to be seen ith a sigh of relief Ferrior looked to right and to left until happening to glance straight down at his own feet lie saw to his astonishment a man lying fiat upon his face upon tho ground with arms and legs all asprawl So unnerved was ho at tho sight that he leaned up against tho wall with his hand to his throat to stifie his in- Â¬ clination to call out His first thought was that the prostrate figure was that of some wounded or dying man but as ho watched it he saw it writhe along the ground and into the hall with tho rapidity and noiselessnessof a serpent Once within the house tho man sprang to his feet closed tho door and re- Â¬ vealed to the astonished fanner the fierce and resolute expression of Jeffer Â¬ that between Ho hnd hardly completed his arrangements boforo tho farmer ro turned with his daughter all dressed and rendy for a stnrt Tho greeting between tho lovers was warm but brief for minutes woro precious and thoro was much to bo done We must make our start at onco said Jefferson Hopo speaking In a low but rcsoluto voice like ono who realizes the greatness of the peril but has steeled his heart to moot It Tho front aud back entrances aro watched but with caution wo may get away through the sido window and across tho fields Onco on tho road wo aro only two miles from the ravlno where tho horses nro waiting Ily daybreak wo should bo half way through tho mountnlns What If wo aro stopped asked Hopo slapped tho revolver butt which protruded from the front of his tunic If they are too many for us wo shall tako two or three of them with us ho said with a sinister smllo Tho lights inside tho house had all boon extinguished and from the dark Â¬ ened window Ferrier peered over the fields which had been his own and which ho was now about to abnn don forever He had long nerved him self to tho sacrifice however and tho thought of the honor and happiness of his daughter outweighed any regret at his ruined fortunes All looked so peaceful and happy tho rustling trees and the broad silent stretch of grain land that it was difficult to realize that the spirit of murder lurked through it all Yet thewhito face and set expression of the young hunter showed that in his approach to tho house he had seen enough to satisfy him upon that head Ferrier carried the bag of gold and notes Jefferson Hope had the scanty provisions and water while Luey had the small bundle containing a few of her more valued possessions Opening the window very slowly and carefully they waited until a dark cloud had somewhat obscured the night and then ono by ono passed through into tho little garden With bated breath and crouching figures they stumbled across It and gained the shelter of tho hedge which they skirted tttitil they came to the gap which opened into tho cornfield They had just reached this point when the young man seized his two companions and dragged them down into the shadow where thoy lay silent and trembling It was as well that his prairie train ing had given Jefferson Hopo tho ears of a lynx Ho and his friends had hardly crouched down before the melancholy hooting of a mountain owl was heard within a few yards of thorn which was immediately answered by another hoot at a small distance At tho same moment a vague shadowy figure emerged from the gap for whiuli they had been making and uttered the plaintive signal cry again on which a second man appeared out of the obscurity To morrow at midnight said the first who appeared to bo in authority When tho whippoorwill calls three times It is well returned tho other Shall I tell llrother Drobber Pass it on to him and from him to the others Nine to seven Seven to five repeated tho other and the two figures llitted awav in different directions Their concluding words had evidently been some form ol sign and countersign Tho instant that their footsteps had died away in the distance Jefferson Hope sprang to his feet and helping his companions through tho gap led the way across the fields at full speed supporting and half carrying the girl when her strength appeared to fall her Hurry on hurry onl ho gasped from time to time Wo aro through the line of sentinel Hvorythlng de pends on speed Hurry on Once on tho high road they made rapid progress Only onco did they meet anyone and then they managed to slip into a field and so avoid recognition Hefore reaching the town the hunter branched away into a rugged and narrow footpath which lod to the mountains Two dark jagged peak loomed above them through the darkness and the defile which led between them was tho Eagle canyon in which tho horses wore awaiting thorn With unerring instinct Jefferson Hope picked Ids way among tho great bowlders and along the bed of a dried up water course until ho camo to the retired corner screened with rocks where tho faithful animals had been picketed The girl was placed upon tho mule nnd old Kerrler upon one of tho horses with his money bag while Jefferson Hope led the other along the precipitous and dangerous paths Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HOME HINTS AND HELPS pint of weal ono and one half cups of flour leant toaspoonful of salt tnblcBpoon a fnl of sugar scald with Utile over pint of boiling water and lot It stand aver night In tho morning add two jjggs well beaten and drop by thoÂ¬ spoonful In hot fat Cook rather slowly until well done Kami Field aud Klrcsido Indian llannocks Ono j f -- Marlborough Pudding Strain a pint of stewed apples through a slovc Ferrier L beat tho yolks of six eggs and two tea cupfuls sugar together add a quart of milk and a toaspoonful extract vanilla Mix one half toacupful butter with the applo while hot and stir it Into tho milk and eggs Pour Into a deep dish and bako in a quick oven for thirty Cover with meringue minutes Orange Judd Farmer broiled Salt Mackerel Freshen over night wipe dry cut off the heads and tails broil to a light brown Iny on a hot platter add pepper and squeeze a few drops of lemon juico over the top Mackerel aro also excellent prepared as for broiling then folded In buttered paper turned in well at the ends and baked fifteen or twenty minutes on tlui hot grato of tho oven Other varieties of small fish or cutlets of largo ones may be cooked by tho latter method and are more dainty than when fried Country Jontleman A Pretty Hedqullt A very ouec tive quilt for bed or couch may bo made of all kinds of colored ribbons silks and velvets by cutting all the pieces of uniform length and width say 8U inches The joinings arc to come intermediate when the stripes are sewed together The only caution requisite is to so mingle the colors as to produce the best effect possible and to be careful in cutting the lengths so that each shall be just eight inches otherwise the seams will not come exactly in tho middle and will look askew This is much prettier than the once popular crazy work pattern Orange Judd Farmer s APPLE SAUCE Â¬ Â¬ -- frtf I H 1 s - Which In Not It Sonnn Altvny Appla Starting off with the assertion that apple sauce as usually made is scarcely fit to eat Mrs Kmnm P Kwlng proceeds to demonstrate that when prop- Â¬ erly prepared it is one of the most de- Â¬ licious dishes that can be served for Â¬ Apples should always be stowed says Mrs Kwlng in a porcelain lined kettle or granite ware saucepan never in a vessel made of tin When put In the kettle they should be dusted light- Â¬ ly with salt a small quantity only of water should bo added aud thoy should not be stirred while cooking Tho kettle should be covered closely and the cooking done quickly As soon as the apples are thoroughly cooked half tho siifar required to sweeten them should be put in tho bottom of an earthen or china bowl the apples poured over it the balanco of the sugar addod and tho sauce cov- Â¬ ered until served Stowed apple that Is frequently stirred while cooking is not spicy and higbl flavored like that which is quickly and quietly cooked and after it has been strained and well beaten before serving It has been robbed of most of its appetizing and If lemon is used the excellent sug gestion is made that it bo sliced thin aud the hot apple sauce poured over it never cooked with the fruit which it embitters A little salt helps any fruit in cooking aud must not bo omitted in applo sauce Of spices cin Â¬ namon Is the natural ono to supply when tho apples are lacking in flavor Nutmeg should never be used as it is not in harmony Of apples in general Mrs Kwlng cleverly and forcibly says Tho applo is wholesome and nutritious in any and every form In which it can bo served And although it contains so many ele- Â¬ ments of goodness it is ono of our most abused fruits It is eaten raw at un Â¬ seasonable and unreasonable hours and Is shabbily treated in every process of cooking it is eompelcd to undergo It Is badly baked aud wretchedly stewed It is diluted with water and dosed with sugar and doctored with spices and stirred with iron spoons and strained through tin colanders un- Â¬ til all Its original flavor is lost or spoiled and then to still further de Â¬ stroy its Integrity and toothsomeness It Is served cold Hood Housekeeping breakfast or dinner nutritive qualities Â¬ i oight-and-fort- j Â¬ Â¬ pro iir eoNTiNunnJ It Itnnliulml llor The young man was prematurely gray and was proud of It Looks qulto pootlc dont you think ho could not forbear asking of the young woman he was calling on It docs remind mo of a eertnin poom I must admit said she And what poom is that When the Kros t Is on tho INimp kin And his hair went on whitening at a more rapid rate than over Indinnap oils Journal aure you will onjiv the Frlend Who in going to Brooklyn Life I tin Wanted to Kuor Pastor Come out to church fool Mormon v f irvV tt- as fooling hurried When In the early morning tho days affairs press on ones attention beforehand and there comes tho wonder how in tho world every Â¬ thing is to bo accomplished when every interruption Is received Impa- Â¬ tiently and the clook is watched in distress as its moments lilt past then tho mind tiros tho body Wo aro wrong to drtvo oursolvcs with whin and spur In this way Kncli of us is promised strength for the day and wo must not wear ourselves out- by crowd Â¬ ing two days task Into ono If only wo can keep cool and calm not allow- ng ourselves to bo flustered wo shall bo less wearied whoa wo have reached tho eventide Tho children may bo fractious tho servants trylrtr the r end wo love may fall to rl lus the ettor wo expect may not aifive but If wo can preserve our tranquility of Mul ml of demeanor wo shall ge throiui everything orodlhtbly Ho tou Truvollur - Probably nothing tires ono so much Imillng Hurried K l J M - r j Vy X- rw r P EZT3 TT y i Vt 1 i AGRICULTURALHINIS Ai tf- half times as many units of energy in tho original form More than that I can sit down to my desk after hav ing eatou tho butter and burn the butter If 1 sit down to my table nnd eat a piece of pork 1 have got to rush out to the woodpile in the open air and exercise in order to got this proper food this less concentrated less re lined food digested or I will havo n headache How quickly the student with bat a trilling additional expense coming from his open air life as he Make the road tax a cash tax the same begins to use his uraln leaves thai as other tuxes Money judiciously ex- - pork aside and reaches his knife ovct for that butter plate Why dont the Indian become civilized moro easily and quickly If you could have got him to eat butter you could have elvilled him Prof Henry tells us that tho average por capita in Wisconsin is tU worth ol butter in a year Now what does this meanv It means a great effect upon tho future civilization of unborn mil lions of people tho idea of refined well cooked food We eaunot have this most perfect ofoll energy producing food -- tho hlglKStclass of food known to the human family good aromatic butterwithout intelligent handling of tho cow and that is why we take good corn and oats and cotton seed meal and make food ten times more scarce than it was before because you inako It more than ten times as valu i KAUH WIIUKI TIKI 18 A noAftJllOIXKK able as energy producing food How Soon tho broad tiros began unroll nml puck to make that Hue quality of food is tho romi surfucc umllt Ik now jIlRleult tocx what we are trying to learn WKcrato tlio great bone lit UiOHoltfrcH linvo prohow oxtmvngnut it in for thoin to ubo poor roiuta The extra cost for wear nnd tour the smaller amount a team can haul the annoyance of having to uro bad roads und the greatly depre Â¬ ciated value of real cstato along such roads arc items of too ljiuch imporÂ¬ tance to be overlooked Now I want to make ono or two KUggcstiQiii m to how our romla may bn greatly improved RANK EXTRAVAGANCE Energy and strongth are not quite Kottmnlcm Mini Itonrfa Coat Fnrranra tho same Prof lloberts of Cornell SlHiiy Million Knelt Year lately said at a meeting When I Hit Tlio Important question of bottor down to tho table and partake of good country rondn in bolnjf agitated though butter I transform it into energy not nn much n Its importnnco tle Each unit of butter is worth two and it inmnlR EAT BUTTER HccMUin It la tho Mutt Knnricy IroilHctnR Food Known WHY WE THE KHYBER PASS la Military Scinu It In Wry Difficult Sonu if tlio Obstacle -- n When will fnrmora understand i Â¬ duced in kecpltifj tho road Hmntb and hurd nnd tlio amount or lubor they tiafViavod In tho work or hauling nnd repairs lwd ItoailB DOES The YOUR COW PAY Only Wiiy t k r pended will go twice as fa in improv- Â¬ ing our roads as the same amount paid in work by the taxpayer rSyho worlcs out his tax when it best Milts his con venience and often whenlttie road is not in the betoonditioa o be improved It is tho style in abatiy places for the people to get toother and without any well arrandk plan to have a good jolly time virtLltig and at the same time cancelling their rond- tax without uven making jtny attempt at permanent improvement when a good reliable supervisor frith just a 6uilicient number of bumMijiud teams to work to advantage wouiibe able to make permanent repairs instead of tlio temporary slipshod worketHat would have to be done over cveryjcnr Another important matures to have vehicles so conntructed tljijw they will do the least amount of diuiogo to the roads For instance all jlicavy draft wagons should bo inndeTOwith wide tires say four to Ave Inches wide which would in a great measure pre vent rutting A narrow jUed wagon carrying one and a half ttwo tons is bound especially when wujgrouiul is soft to cut down till it raaclios some Â¬ thing solid such as a stonSor root It is not an uncommon thiagjcspecially in the spring or fall wheijmtch heavy hauling is done to see rutsdoop enough to let the whcols down hauvuy to tho hub If late in the fall aim tho ground suddenly freezes up as itjpfton does in a night these deep rutstnuy remain for weeks Abroad tiro not- - as a roller and instead of rutting smooths ami hardens the track and tllAJfriction or JJWSlKrnmi ik Mr iiiiniii icjtirtluit much greater loads can be hauled A man who does a groat deal of hauling mostly of green lumber told mo the otlior day that with his broad tired wagon he could haul four tons as easy as he could haul three tons on a narrow-tired wagon The farmer can haul his grain and hay over the farm with greater ease and without making ruts through the Acids with the broad tired wagon Mow to bring about a change If tho legislature would puss an act requiring all heavy draft wagons made after the passage of said act to have wido tires jr if a certain amount would be de Â¬ luded from every persons rond tax who uses wido tires I think the change could readily be brought about Wheel men were quick to learn the superior advantage of wide tires You could M areely sell a bicycle with tho od fnshioned narrow tire at any price tho wide tired ones run so much ensier Heforo closing this article I would like to advise every ono who keeps horses to have a small box in each stall always supplied witli salt A horse Avill then only eat of it when he needs it and never too much C H Dutia in N Y Witness Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Find Out In by MuklllR SVNtflltttO Tfntd There ate thousands of cows kept for the dairy and for domestic use which do not pay for their keep and should as soon as possible besold t the butcher As long as thisolass of stock is toler Â¬ ated to a huge extent the same kind of btock will be perpetuated by breeding from inferior animals Hy a constant weeding out and by a careful selection of the best to be found tho standard will be rapidly raised and tho profits of tho dairy will bo greatly enhanced The question now arises as to tho most perfect method of testing tho capacity of the cow to produce when she is pro Â¬ vided with all tho requisites of food and cary The scientists have provided tho instrument for making the tests of i percentage of butter fat in the milk and the one universally indorsed is tho llabcoek tester Then tho milk may be weighed and an estimate made on what the eow will produce in a year or during the period of lactation In testing a cow it is found that the fourth month after calving she gives milk near the average quality for the whole year Make two tests fifteen days apart nnd in each test use the milk of eight consecutive milkings and the average of these two tests will give tho approximate average of the quality for the year Uy knowing the amount of milk given during the year ono can then get a pretty accurate estimate of tho quantity of butter fats tho cow gives Western Rural A The Khyber pass Is no longer a hln drnnco to movement Thanks to tho Hrltish engineers whoso rond is excel- Â¬ lent having no grade steeper than ono to fifty a ladys btoughum can drive from Peshawar to Lnndl Khnma In a military sense the pass is diillcult Tlio gorge at All Masjid und tho defile bo yond could be held for a long time by a small force against an army St Sam Itrown in ls7S failed in his front at tack and the turning movement which caused the Afghans to retire would not havo succeeded against a vigilant defender There is ti track over tho hills to tho north sometimes called tho Tartara pass but it would not servo for a large force and could easily be defended To tho south of tho pass the parallel Hanar valley of- Â¬ fers an alternative route but it is ac- Â¬ cessible from the leliallabad basin only by crossing a high rldgo and ought not to be available against a wido awake A vigorous defense with opponent tho tribes in its favor would close the Khyber range against any advance in either direction From lcshawar to Jcllallabad is eighty miles and from leliallabad to Kvcry Kabul another ninety miles mile that the railway could be carried beyond 1cshawar wonld bring India in every sense nearer to Kabul The goods which at present arc carried ono hundred and seventy miles by camels and mules wonld be indefinitely multi- iled when drawn by the locomotive Ihe clans to whom tho llritish aro strangers would get to know thorn and become friendly The ameer and his people wonld havo a bottor chance of understanding the Indian government These advantages are appreciated in India and the Kl bar country has been rcconnoitered for the railway lino Tho pass is not a good route as tho de Â¬ scent at Land Khana is too steep for a railway Hut modern engineers would mako a line along the gorge of the Kabul river which pierces tho range and by following its course an excel- Â¬ lent route can bo obtained free from floods with no gradients above ono to two hundred and no extravagant tun- Â¬ nels Tho rails onco laid to Dakkfl could bo carried on along the plain without dilliculty to leliallabad Nineteenth Century An Appeal for Assistance Â¬ Â¬ recommend the ROYAL BAKING POWDER because they de- Â¬ sire to please their custom- Â¬ ers and customers are most pleased when they get the best and the most for their money ROYAL BAKING POW- Â¬ DER is absolutely pure goes further and makes better food than any other leavening agent HOYAL OAKINQ POWDER CO - irt i tamwvm- 108 WAtL ST NEW YORK Why dont you llko Teddy Jonesl Jamlo Mauob Wo had private theatricals ImI Oh ho has awful manners What evening Thoy wont off lint rate only the does ho do I Says his lessons bottcrn me folks would luugh in the wrong place There is no such thing as most every dny Uncle Henry later Ocean laughing in tho wrong place in private the Jack snvs mv hats always look Just llko atricabi Boston Transcript no 1vo often noticed that you Delia Hit am or great tlng tor be consistent ilwnys wear simplo little bits of mllllnory but not too much so remarked Uncle Eben -Inter Ocean man who named hU hen Macduff has n neighbor who called his rooster Koblnson because ho crow That Nicetown dt past tr twenty minutestings eight U one oh do tnos consistent what la plnta Do clock ia do jewelers sign alius Washington Star Tho man who is chatitablo to himself will listen to tho unite appeal tor jsistanco made by his stomach or his liver m tho shajio ol divers dyspeptic qualms and utiensv seasa lions in tho regions of tho gland Hintsecretc Ids bile Ilostettcrs Stomach Hitters in dear sir or madam a- tlio eaio may bn is what you require Hasten to uso If you aro troubled with heartburn wind in tho stomach or note that your skin or tho vhltes of your eyes aro taking a sallow hue - Â¬ When It comes to n ring with a diamond inrger than any other In town any wonuw Wit fn you borrow trouble you will confer inullttlo weak Galveston News a favor by not returning h Galveston News Tits borrower is a good deal llko pio crust ho is vory short and very sweet Cntarrli Cannot IT Cured Truth with local applications so thdy cannot reach tho scat of tho disease Catarrh is a blood or constitutional disease and in order to euro It you must take internal remedies Halls Catarrh Cure in taken internally nnd acts directly on tho Wood nnd mucous sur-Â¬ faces Halls Catarrh Cure is not a iniuek medicine It was prescribed bv one of tlio best physicians in this country for years and is a regular proscription It is composed of tho best tonics known combined with tho best blood purlllers acting dlreetlv on tho mucous stir luces Tho perfect combination of tho two ingredients is what produces such HcuA wonderful results In curing Catarrh for testimonials free Co Props Toledo O F Ciiknkv Sold by Druggists price 7fe Halls Fnmllj Hills W cents 1 Record A lirii Aiui safety coupler tho minister Lowell Courier Sovrruixo every mnn has to part with a comb- - Philadelphia Record -- I irwu lirtin vtinji i fnv T i nil- inn llil ivllII said Mrs B its she wobbled about 1 tlurncs on his first vovage II II Turv call tho land terry Army 1 groaned wonder i hill I II natural dis Its called cold cash from tho Philadelphia position to f roeo onto it Â¬ rimes MILKING STOOL MtiUcM It lliift ii Hit tiro Wlilih Soir Siipporllnt titn full Hoys can milk before they can hold a pail of milk between their knees and most milkers would like the pail to hold itself With stool illustrated herewith the pail is self supported Cut a half circle in one end of the seat of the stool nail on a piece of iron hnop to complete A Mil KINO 8 rOOf ditions the eirele boiv the front leg hole slant Â¬ ing so the lug will have its foot under the pall and you have the proper con- Â¬ Auk the member of a eollogo Pi Eta so ciety particularly partial to pantry Lowell Courier Tutino to put on lino air in a good deal Tub bashful lover who gets hold of his like froscoiug a polo rafter celling Young best girls arm often manages to say a great Mens Era Buffalo Courier dcid in a pinch no chosen than A TKxnru heart is rather to Dr IIoxhIch Ortiiln Croup Curo great check Young Mens Krn Tlio childrens llfo saver and parents dc Or course a bright girl ought to havo a light 50c A P lloxsiu Buffalo N Y npark of humor 1 owcll Courier I rrAU said tho postage staii when it that bo a found itself fastened to a lovo letter Wans a friend turns out not to Im not sticking to facta ludiuuapolis trump then is tho time to discard him lourual HosMn Transcript JJroum Trorht havo an ex- Â¬ IIojack Glanders can rond hor traordinary 7roncnnl all disorders of the Mr effect in Tomdlk Yoh nnd throat Sold o dy in boxes 2r cts husband like a book Puck Bho cau Hhut him up like ono too - tartar aaked Wnnan do we get cream dont Ir you must go on a fools errand MeuV tlio pretty scluohnaam of From Russian bring a fool back with you Young cows was Johnny Snaggs prompt answer Era Pittsburgh Chronicle Telegraph a lesson to to learned from tho TuRiirfl Criti your cough with Halos Honey of pin my Hon It Is given a head that it may Horchound and Tar not go too far Boston Transcript Pikes Toothache Drops Curo in ono tnlnuto nvcrugo hnclnnnnn A iauoi part of tho It is an indisputable f t thai every man success is doubtless due to his knowing how vho wears Ills watch In his vest pocket is to take people oclilnd time Philadelphia Record Tin widower about to rcmnrry is tho Ho seldom most unselfish of mortals IF YOU WANT TO FEEL A PERFECT CURE PROMPTLY thinks of number one Albany Press Â¬ I -- tising containing stories and nnoedotOH told by Abraluim i mcom many ncrctoioro un- published will bo sent free to every person seidlng his or her address to tho Llucoln Tea Co Ft Wayne 1ml Aliruliiim Iliiroln Htortct An illustrated book immnrrod by adver- Â¬ j KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and Improvement nod tends to personal enjoyment wliem rightly nsea Tho many who live bet tcr tiian others and enjoy life moro with loss expenditure by more promptly adapting tho worlds best products to tho needs of physical being will attest tho value to health of tho puro liquid laxativo principles embraced In the remedy Svrtip of Figs Its excollenco is due to iU presenting0 in the form moat acccptablo and pleas ant to tho taste the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a perfect lax- Â¬ ative effectually cleansing tho system dispelling coldv headaches and fevers ana permanently curing constipation It has given satisfaction to millions and met with tho approval of the medical profession because it acts on the Kid neys Liver and Bowels without weak ening them and it is perfectly free from every objectionable substance Syrup of Figs is for sato by ail drug-Â¬ gists in 60c ana 1 bottles but it is man- Â¬ ufactured by tho California Fig Syrup Co only whose name is printed on every package also the name Syrup of Figs and being ivoll informed you will not accept any buusuiuuj ii ouereo 3 ifo wT v u 01 b W your business A ciikamkkav when rightly con- Â¬ ducted is a blessing to any communi Â¬ ty but it taken a good while for some farmers to ucc the point Dakk cow stables are an abomina Â¬ tion because disease is an abomination and durknoss is conducive to dfooiisc Lot in tho sunlight Ik you keep your milk and cream in the cellar along with turnips potatoes and rotton pumpkins and have no other place to Ueop it sell your eowa AVk have seen farmers kick their cowh without mercy How much more htuibiblo it would bo for them to kick the stable door and the ciimo result wntld bo attalncdthoy would give their wrath vunt Amcricxn banner Prnpiir riml for Dairy vh is iiwmssiblo for the dnlijpmun to succeed unless he pays close attention to the kind and character of the dif Â¬ ferent products of the soil that enter into tho cows ration as well as study ing closely the best and cheapest way of producing them While the eow will FRESH DAIRY NOTES eat almost any plant we may grow on is the farm Of course every dairy farmer has all of thoin itare not wise to arguo that best suited to her wants laid in a supply of ice for next smm or that shu should bo confined to any ujors use It is something you need in one or two varieties It Fivn minutes of cheerful Rtitisct ecllpso Young hours of dismal clouds Minis Era I dont think you Hi Mhant It Sho Ho devotedly I lovo me any more couldnt HetroltFree Press fifteen -- ST JACOBS OIL WILL LUMBAGO DO IT AS NOTHING ELSE CAN WISCONSIN LAND DO Â¬ romirAiu r generally censes to lo a virtue about the time it begin to pinch tho vnrty oi the Urst part Milwaukee Journal Â¬ IX RATE 4Sb FOR SALE if LAND SEEKERS ITS A MILLSTONE HUircror TO TUB mans neck to from About n young bo LOVIBVILLK AND ClXCINVATk vous exhaustion ner without due regard VIATOTB vous debility impair to character simply because they hap Â¬ od memory low pen to be produced in abundance on tho spiritrt irritnblo tem- Â¬ MIHHlKSUMl V ALLEY K6CTE per and tlio thousand Many farmers ridicule the idea farm and ono durnngemontd On February 8th March SJUpril 9th 1894 of a balanced ration and will feed of mind and body whatever they happen to havu or can further that result from ITT Vor tfom or loformaUoa addrM your Bart produce with the leaHt trouble Thu unnatural xxnlcloua Uckt B LYNCH Qsni pasbbnmh AasN- habits oontrnctod T fact that food for any animal and for XjOXJZSB VXXjXjKI XY through ignorance any purpose Incomes a question of tho Much habits nsult in w nounrAs 91 BUCK proper proportions of protein or carbo Â¬ losA of mnnlv novvnr equals cuitont work conllng from hydrates must not and cannot profit- Â¬ wreck tho constitution nnd BomctfmeH pro licit ihvo coftcning of tho brain epilepsy pa iwm in4 to 6world value lor thu money tlio Name and pries ably bo ignored Farmers Voice mid even Â¬ ner- Â¬ a NEW FROM AND VIA 80 ACRESIaTd 50UTH I EXCURSIONS Addreu J Price HiCo Wisconsin ROM AT A BAKQ UN WILL BARMAN WT1AHD TUlt rAYlKttuj ta jMnlfc X Dtarta a St 0klcj O O A S l W R R S i COLCHESTER RUBBER COS SPADING BOOT If Yeu Want a FlrtCIM Artkfe t Miik when pure and fresh can bo heated without injury but cream must not be heated after it becomes acid Watkk should not bo given to cowa immediately after a hearty mcaL Let an hour or more elapse ro elnim nnd restoro such un forCunutcn to health anil linppines- - la tho aim of l ho iniblkuorti of n IxkiIc written in plain but clmsto Inugttngo on tlio nature symptoms tmd curability by homo treat- Â¬ ment of Mich diseases Thlu book will be bout sealed in plain envelope on receipt of ton cents in rtanipa for potA Adureta Worlds Disjicusary Medical Association oca Mcln St Buffalo N Y rulyslu lo reach dread insanity vFrr TW tampd on tha bottom gocaaW w WbooalJ ifvei ilr warranted Take noi ubU- lute St local papcu for full uctcriptianni ourconipicia mica tar jauici ana 4 IMmHil L mhii pi nnil pn Pm frt r- jb JSSni luttratHl CiUnhftlt KIvImTM tmm SH W - WTI J I j BBB X fabymtN Tiaj fre Yw bagalaa of tUalwa who ynak nr tt UwttM WHWM ffcfllwH r j aUta Ua4 WMNMABlWttffiJui5 aw Atwitawiat N j Mm tfe If A tft I m I - J T t- - iwMMmnMww mumfftrmmFmtmmmmiermintiiuminMMtt Mirimitmmi p- - W WfJBi MT iT x piROK a UJ WTV tt 4m gc iL otora liBWlfclKnih- WiIH Mtttr MF7 Thuhsday T HAZEL CREEN KY April 10 1804 nlfoiiUon 6r Uio DffniQornts Ih cnlldtl to tho announcement of T II Vit Vn of Olllntorc Who h r oflniU dalo for justice of tho pcaco Sqtviro Vet lina been n rcaitlenl of Wolfo coun Â¬ ty for itbuut 21 yenw and ha hcon ono of lt best unit moHcmtorprMuK ultlxont Ho has been u Ufolong Domocrnt and He tdootl by tho party In nil Its trials t4iucisucts now serving hta wcoml torm In tbo onpnolty of juntlco anil ahoubl bo be Wo hnvo an olognnl nflsortmont of tbo cbolco of tho Dcmoornla at the prl tnnry wv can asmttro tbo people of tbo district that ho will acrvo thorn faithfully and moto out jusltco to all Thi BBROSS TOaTiFr1 m m JLTG0 73L LEXINGTON fimif wntJUJMmwmiwwrrw v fwinrrirammi mm r tmmmmmmaiManmmrmmfmamffmm iwmriwmmmi - H OVERCOATS AT 1 Â¬ NOVELTIES IV J XJ HALF PRICE VOW YOULL FIND IT HERE M Cini whoso announcement o poara In totlnya Issue of Tiik Hiciiam U too well known to tbo citizen of Wolfo It rtesf F V n if- - X Hunnlar Vnuae of North Cnrolliin Olvtl in county to need any Introduction from AMilHglnii SiUurdny nlgnt Ho Imil boon ua Sulllco It to ay tbnt Mr Cecil baa 1 lmd health for lamu tlmo yet U tukliifr always been a sound Democrat and aluco oft wm midden mid unexpected making hi homo bore which occurred While flnhluR In Pnlnl crook nenr Olilllt Homo twelvo ycara ago when ho camo JOtho Ohio Sftintial Thouun hooked u two from Taxowcll county Virginia baa boon pound b whloli wh found to Iiryo nwal ono of ytillwntcra most esteemed citi lowed h diamond rlnx valued at 7fl An attempt to hold up train on the Hook rons At tbo solicitation of mnny friends Island railroad reanHod dUastrouMy to tho ho lias consented to mako tbo race and highwaymen ono being klllvtl another promises to deal out justice to all should seriously wounded and ono captured ho bo tho cbolco A Itold robhur placed n revolver In the Hon John 1 Saiykk says positively face of th eaidtior of a Crawford Nob hank juul after HeouriUR H the money 01 that bo is not a candidate for lieutenant tho counter looked the ciudilcr In the vault governor as be has pledged his support The match between Mr UoiIkch of the to his friend Senator It T Tyler of eaHt and J Showaltcr of GoorKdown Fulton Ho further states that ho will Ky for tho olii su championship of the not bo n candidate for eongrowi in the United States wan won In New York by Mr Tenth district this time as he nt one Showalter George It Worldling who wan advertised tlmo intended to do to lecture at Lexington hat Thumday night MOUUAN COUNTY NKWM Ava too full of euthuHlnittlo delight to Knot Ktolutlou mount the roatruin and consequently there II Vieratt is in Mt Sterling on A was no lecture JohnYocum living near Charleston Intl buslncHs Fletcher McOuiro and wife of Hard was erltloally Injured by an oxplovian of1 coal oil It Ih believed bin night U deatrnyuil Green aro visiting in town A J Nickcll last week sold bis farm ho bolus horribly burned about tho lace to A 11 Pieratt for 10 per acre arms and brqast Killer 1 0 Combs came in a few 1Uhoy Auxier an lunmto of the Mngnflln days aiuco and preached hero Monday county Ky poor Iiouho was burned to death She Man a Jielpleas Invalid and her night Wiley Pieratt who has been attend clothing catching tire wan dead before aid ing college at Louisville returned home could reach her a few days ago Tho Pulaski county Ky grand Jury have Elder J A Howard preached nt this found indictment against the oounolliueu nlaco on the lBlli and took membership for UHurpatlon of ollloo In having fulled to in tho Church of Christ at this nltico by call an election last Mt miner to ohooio their letter from tbo Church of Christ in Floyd successors in oflleo county Tho great breach of proinUo case of Made A citizen of this neighborhood owns a 1WiSW- k- 1W Pollard jurainst W C P llrcckenrlduo eat which recently became tho mother s ended laASaturday the Jury fliultug of four kittens 1wo of tho kittens were I 5000 for Madeline llrookeurdge will killed and tho following night tbo mother cat went in search ot the mining kitovo for a now trial MInh Kmmn Denton daughter of James tens and returned with two young rab Denton near Judy Montgomery county bits which she Is caring for as though w smiiiiil thoy were kittens Uf Kentucky f tlin Mi lug becausecommitted nuIoUIq Friday morn In tho days of our fathers it was con m her lover had made disrespect ttJI sidered necessary for men to own a white ful rumarkn about her vest and now our young friend lieu HonThoN 1 Pettlt of Owonshoro having Murphy come to the front and declares declined tho honor of being slaughtered by for too same idea and tho quality atylo the PopulUtH of the second Ky emigres and lluish of Vest that suited him was nlonal district Henry V Turner of Ileudor Miss lizie one of the best girls of our ucnuaiiitnnco and an Hen is a graduate hoii will bo tho candidate a dauee neari5alyervHle Ky recently in industry thoy will at unco become At useful loo Johnson was shot and Instantly of life citizens wherever tho shifting tide may locate them Hluur Parttea on the outside of the Iiouho killed fatal shot through a window and tired the GriiK Cro1 Culling four men have been arrested on suspicion Several cat tie passed through this place At Williamsburg Ky last week Isaac last week en route for the Mt Sterling J I II1I1 MMI market was too intimate with v Row J T Pieratt will prenoh at tho Jjiujj Jones Jones r JohiOtanH daughter and was ordered to stay old Urassv church the llftli Sunday in I away from the hoiso He returned and met this mouth Miss Kuium Carr of Kzel paid her the girls father with a gun C Mooro says he has retained Cul grandfather S W Havens a visit Sat Mr C Hob Ingersol Judge George Denny and urday and Sunday Itev A H Stamper tilled bin appoint Â¬ Judge Morton to defend him and prosecute IV A He Is out on hail and ment at old Grassy church Sundav his prosecutors as a candidate for eon large crowd was in attendance and good announces himself order prevailed gross on the Prohibition ticket vn I C Havena and wife returned homo for W000 worth Contracts lmvu been Sunday rrnin a visit to relatives on Pleas new Watts stool of Improvements on the ant Hun this county and say there is and Iron works at Mlddlesborough Ky good prospect for a railroad soon and completed Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1- Dress GooisMs AND - THIRTY DAYS II II II II II II II I II II II KID GLOVES UQDCCtSBD Whon in Loxington ftiil to givo tin u cull 13BDCDQCQ dont tt Â¬ A None reserved Everything goes Every Coat marked in plain figures You di- vide the former price by 2 and get the price NOW Masonville and Lonsdale Ootton 7ic yd Best Calicos 4Jc yd Lancaster Apron Ginghams 4Jc per yd GBDUUOQU Â¬ T jFtT JTTBl 6 STRAUS LEADING Wo uro Solo Agon la for Fosters Kid Gloves xr Clothiers Tailors Furnishers jMtiin anil i Limestono Streets Featherbone Corsets an i LEXINGTON KY For the lirnHlt of tho luillcs fit HiiaI Iiimmi mid lcl nltv I huve oooued a fiKNKHAh ITllNMHHlKfl UODDS STORK t mv reahl nee In II iizo tireen atnl will earrv a coin pinto lino of the follow lug nrtloht which will ho miM n ttho IOWICST PKlCKSvlx I hadiei Olovoa Sllkn and Velveii lmliis lliitH LiullfaTollutt Ctirlljs Iroim IliH TriiiiiiiliiKi UlhhoiiN Cntloiuour lliuidkerehiu fs Woolen DrM ioods liale Uoiu liioiihiK raliits Hlllc Liieos hluek and w hlte Wludedlouo CiihIiik liilmnih linvns Ac Ladles Sllpjiors Muslins While ioods lnees rmhrolderiei Complete line of Hosiery mjis Voilinns InliuilDrei ShhdiN ColnoIh KluAtioit ete ete Dress Trimming tuihiolhiH Towels Duy Your Hats o Mo anil Got Thorn Trlmmod Froo of Olinrrjo My ntoek will einhniee every nrtlele of Ladles wear In the latest Nlyle Just from the will also do DltKSS eltv iin well ns ninny other notions too iiiuiieiniis to mention MaKINU and will eut and make dresseN to Hit It the hurdtlme prlees Ilest Hyateiu of eiitlint hv the Miiddliifttoii Cuttluu Maehlne whleh was awarded llrxt premium at the jtO MNs IACUA UAWLIMJS of Covliujton Ky well and favora WorldM l alr lWt Your Hade Is respectfully hlv know ii to the ladled of this vicinity will he my itssNtaut Vcrv respeetfullv solleiled and satlslaelloii iiarniiteed 1 Standard Patterns CBUUCQUU PT1 CITY STORE AT YOUR DOOR MlossJi Lexington DRY GOODS A Mrs FRED DAY NO NOTIONS stlcs mid I ho Ixtllotu pliers yon mil iilmiys lliul tlttiii lliiiu hot If you Miiut now t I KottiW riililiTii your Good Bitltor want nil I mid WSSsyS Â¬ MELL 10 nnil 18 PRICES JsvyvvvovvvvvvNv Woat Mnln Slrool M KENTlCICY mmmmmmwmy rrSZZlrtl Q S3 g p3 tKXINCITOX S W GOODS for tho LEAST MONEY you ffi Aiirl xxrliAn vnn rxrnnf fn PAf fit a RPRT lt VICTOR BOGSGRT MM Â¬ 4 L ts ii the When the Improvements are works will at once ho put into operation and will give employment to 000 hiimu Pointing a double barreled shotguu in fun at a group of young ladles at his fathers house in Hnckousaok N J Peter Diuiue abut and killed Hello Shields As the gun M aii discharged she stood at tho piano Mag Jesus Lover of My Soul and her lug last words were Let mo to Thy bosom lly She was instantly killed Postmaster General Maxell has issued an order providing that hereafter only short names or names of ono word only shall be accepted for newly established pnstofllees Inceptions may bu made by tho department when the name is historical or has become local by long usage Satisfactory reasons mutt be presented to the department for changes of postoltlce names The postmaster general nays that this rule will remove a soilrce of anuojanee to tho department and oflHlHry to the postal service The elty eeuuoil of Wilmington Del has ah ordinance prohibiting any girl the age of 17 years to be present at under aay pHblle pionlc public danoediousea or other saeh places of amusement after 6 weieek In the evening The ordinance also provide that ne girl under the aforesaid aft sltall be allowed on the streets after 10 etoek In the evening unlet accompanied by MMfttfhtr parents guardians r other pereM jaaadlag Iwaa Mde Ih the relation ef gaardlsn and who shall ho parent er the f f tvratyoae years The aWv HPHiwre k4 treM Hlte a feellag amang tratlon f the elty andthreaUi tsktiVsUif tt swssto lmi the aUlirwea then Morgan will bo on a boom ClNDIUTMA ii nianuraciurino 17 K Jeweler KY Short Strut pqd Mi NttiilliiKN ruhllc llulltlhiK Congressman Lisle is at work for tbo needs of bis district and by continued work bat succeeded in increasing the appropriation from 25000 to n0000 and in getting a favorable report from tbo committee on public buildings and grounds This question waH Orst brought before tbo committee by Congressman Wilson and was a failure beoauso he tied It to four other like reuuests Tho lato J W Kendall next took it up and asked for an appropriation of 15000 but bo died before it had progressed far Tbo Hon Jo M Kendall who succeeded bis father asked for 25000 and after an argument before tho committee succeeded in getting a favorable report but it rested hero because bis term of ollico expired before it could bo brought into Mr Lisle next took it up and congress tho report is now ready to go before con grcsa and bo baa faith that tho appro- Â¬ priation will bo ordered in a very abort time However there is often a slip and wo wont bo positive until after tbo appropriation baa Iweu made but Mr Lisle will jet it through if possible LEXINOJON Diamoiula Wutohoa mid Jewelry Reliable Ooods Fair DooUuii unci Bottom Prices All Qoods mul Work Oimvivntood will nncl tnat I can accommodate you in every particular I have a large stock to select from and whether you buy or not I will be pleased to see you every time you come to town Wishing your continued good will and patronage I remain Yours to please Hazel Green Ivy Jan 120 181U JOHN M ROSE lirfliw i 1 Traders Deposit Bank MTSTKULINO ICY 110000 vlK saHB SC0S6eSeB L v Cr A- - - mert III uui i ii d liaveut proHJunl you novo a uitio inonoy now iiko io ii txj Capita l J M 200000 fStfiiiMus O L K I UK PATRICK llIOSTAhP Pnsldent VIim W o Kt iiu THOMSON PriSldont CiMliler HOFFMANS FIRE jJgOJfcThoSiUVsl rally throughout Kiulern Kentucky A live um a Kcueral liniiklnj huxlucitM done ehaneo to hoiuI you a hunk hook nay your oliuckN and loan von money when lu need TllOMIHON ClMll cIiiiiiIm runnpotfully Nollult tho IminIiiisn of nur runner tradorN and IiukIiiimn hi on LIFE ACCIDENT HOFKiMAN Ml SteHhiR Ky Advocate WM B LOGAN ASSETS OVER LOSSES PAID AiUlrciM A vj n Host ami MOSI UKLIAUK Agoncj in EnHteni KoiituckY Hates Reasonable 26000000 27600000 VV Jgl bout 500000 feet of plno and poplar tlmbor near tbo mouth of Swift a crook and alKiut one mile from Hod river For terms sco 10 8 1 Howi Oftinpton Ky bam--A For Druggist Mall order m BooKselier WINCHESTER KY nrnumtly attended to and John Hweat a leading physician of your patrounito la dt klrcd Call uhen in JIIjc Sandy valley was fatally hurt with the ulty the a club lu the hands of lttHbeu Uarlaud at K IINK JOil fltlNTINO CALL AT TlttS OfFlCK IVach Orchard Ky Cjarlaad was drank 10 Dr Dealer in General Merchandise on a Cash Basis Largest Stook Lowest Prices J TAYLOR DAY y fttVvt t -- l ft 4fL ru 1 A f i rJwWBBrvf TOSS 3 EggaJUD For Oonfiroas --B ANNOUNCEMENTS i to announce JOSKIMI that ho had previously sent Instructions M KhNDAMi o Floyd county Konttiokv and copy for two ads from thero It Is i n candidate for Confess from the Tenth not yet to hand On Saturday evening CoiiBrvulmml District Mibjcel to tho notion last a cut from Lexington but no letter or tliu Doinooratlo party was received here Tuesday evening a Waro anthnrUod toaunounoo MAUClffl letter mailed at Icxtngton oil Saturday TIiIh letter mentioned ouo 0 MHIili of Chirk county as n candidate reached her nr Congreiw from the TotitU ronurcsslounl sent previously which has not yet put OiMrlot subject to the notion of the Demo In an appearance Hence those nartlcs Several letters containing copy and In Mrucilonn for ndvcrtlniinont which Mr Cooper mentioned In Hubscququt ouch have failed to rench this ollloo hast Monday week iv letter renched bore from MU Sterling In which Mr Coopor HtHtotl Lexington bo nuro to call At their More mention Tint IlnnAin nnd yon cnu noouro mob bargain thnt It will nutouUh you Tho people of this section have moro or Ices need of n hanking institution and ai there in no bank in Hanoi tlrccn tho next host thing they Can do U to go eUcwhero th ho accommodated Tho Clark Comity National Hank of Wlnuhotdor U an old roll aide hanking house having been established In IKtkl and withstood several panics and Is a safe concern to deal with Bee tho adv elsewhere In Tint llitiiMn Â¬ mimm0m m nKww wno is Your Frisna Wlinu lilts nitHiltnit ftiirm bpaumiI ILn lliialuu fMrta IL MtkAWAi AuiAa LamW 1m tb The one who can give the bent yslues lor the wons llsvlnt LJ mnrkot m a wmoh when tlio toiler wer cMum up I Haya hren Mw w iwr UJI chase soma rnre haryftlM which shall bo the kIh of my SHtwcru Glr mm your earn while I quota yajgprtoM j WnVlirliMl lot btn orntlo party For Shoriir Wo urn authorlited to announce SAM IIKNUY WILSON us a enndldnto for shorM of Wolfo county Miboot onlv to the will of thu people at thu polls In November 1H1U For Juatloo of tho Ponoo m i Wo nro nuthorlred to 1111110111100 It M CK OIL of Stillwater as n enndldnto for Justice of tho lVuoe for tho Holly ami Stillwater district niilijoot to tho notion of tho Doom unitlo pnrly Primary olootlon Mny -- tl Wo nro nuthorWcd to n 11110111100 II KST of Utllmoro Crook m enndldnto mr re election to tho 0IH00 of Justice of tho IVneu for tho II110I Oroon and loo Cltv IU trlol subject to tho notion of thu Democrat lo primary olootlon May iltl 1 11 V i mv Wo mo nulhorbod to announce JAMKS H SKIIASTIAN of Davshnro as n onndl Into for Justice of tho iVnoo for tho llurol Oreou mill boo City Ministerial district subject to tho notion of thu Doinooratlo par ty rrlnmry olootlon May JO 1SU I i il John Wilnnn linngivou up farming ntul iKiiln n resident of our city ltobort 1 lmslucHs trip to Wlnohontor MoUn loft Monday on n 11 w VTlio friends of Kletch oTTcTj i m will tivRplciiMcil to learn that ho in able t bo nut nnin after bin recent novoro npell of hleknets Kldor 1 T liorntt will preach t the Win Huriit hoIiooI house on the head of Stillwater next Sunday morning and afternoon Flro broke out in a clearing on tho farm of AS Illiiiikcmdiip Tuesday night and about llfty panels of fence wore destroyed well displayed ad planted in tho columns of Till Hint A U Spring is tho time for planting and nothing brings quicker returns tliau a Circuit court convenes at Camptou next Monday and all the boys will be out hiding in tho woods to escape a visit to tho grand jury V i 7 How J W Donne nf Cincinnati ac companied by IC luniks of Campion wore in tho city Tuesday and paid their respects to Tin Hrit a tn 11 11 Mnuplu the aflable salesman for 1 II Carpenter Catlettsburg is in town Ho is a interviewing our merchants guest at tho Day House Â¬ Day is cutting prices in all kinds of staple goods For particulars m tho largo posters lust issued from J Tavlnr Tin llmtAit job printing rooms Head all tho new ads in this issue Tlioy are well worthy of your perusal and when dealing with tho advertisers mention that you saw them in Tin llrit All Laura Kawllngs of Covington arrived hero Inst Thursday evening and can bo found at tho millinery store of Miss Irs Bta assistant I FN Dixy whore sho is tho able Major W It Taulhee received a postal card fiom IiIh son Miles 1C last week Minting that H F Patrick and family and himself had arrived safely at Wnxa hatchlo Texas The Montgomery county llscal court loviod n tax of f7 cents 20 cents for county purposes IlllJ cents for railroad purposes and I cunt for court house also a poll tax ot iou It is remarkable to what an extent the uoiipcioiicu of homo people can bo stretched when tho object to bo encompassed Is tho m payment of an honest debt which they iwo for their newspaper Wo have noticed for some tlmo that youths of our city had contracted tho dangerous habit of throw lug rocks and one of tho fruits of this has been tho breaking of several panes of glass at tho Christian church Hovoral of tho V Tho long standing suit for land bo tweon Uncle Harry Swango and Henry Shocky was settled last luesday to tho I ho arbisatlfifaction of all concerned divided tho land equally each trators litigant to pay one half tho costs Â¬ r i 0 F Heaverluot Augusta Ky uanvassing this county In tho interest Mr of tho American Hlblo society ltoaverln Is widely and favorably known through Kaitoru Ivontucky having boon engaged in tho blblo work for fourteen yearn In this ntnte Nov in 7A nad up Ml Lndlci Clonki Meas iMwlirt III tulles Cmno Shoei - vm IjuIIm Klna ahAM m aWl Men FlHi ahftw Monii lleavy Kip lloota 100 jrrA good Calico at only ft ohU per yunl KO TIMM but MOUi 000D8 FOU than cnu ttJi T1IK MONKYroMKHitfullybe hud elsewhere who contracted with Mr Cooper lor ad No better piano for the lntlto of thU oe o Yory Ii CAMPION KY voriUing space and failing to find their tlou to do their spring shopping can be ads in this or last weeks Issuo of Tin found In Winchester than Tho Uoldou Hole Hintun will know tho renson why Ury Uonds Store prcildcd over by thnt something wrong with tho mall prince of good fellows W F Hilton At Th Young Mrs Lou Dav requesta us to nay to this establishment will he found everything sur- thiw thu Indies cnu desire and the prices tho ladles of llarel Croon and tho rounding country that she has just open nro such that you will save railroad faro hy ed a full and complete lino of millinery dealing there Hay you saw thendv In Tint dry goods notions ladles dress goods llnuAlo and Mr Hilton nnd his courteous etc which she will sell at tho lowest ulerks will do nil in their power to please price for cash or produce butter lard chickens eggs or anything sho can use you for the table Sho has a uico lino of The ladles of lliuol Ireen and surround trimmed and uutrlmmed hats for spring ing country nro Just as fond of flue dresses and summer which will bo added to its ladles In the more populous cities of the from time to lime ho that tho very latest state nnd nothing suits their whims hotter styles can bo found here Sho also has than to do their shopping whore an endless a Hue lino of toilet articles Jn justice to ourselves wo variety of goods can ho selected from In of Daysboro set Tine IlKiuin of this date will he round ho Mrs Henry Wilson several hens about four weeks since nttruellve ad of tluthrlu A Watson Lexing lmvo adopted tho Gosh Sys- Â¬ They all ton who tell the prople what bargains they placing 7f eggs under them tem And every living crea Â¬ came oil at nearly tho same time and are otVeriug iiml what goods can ho found now Mrs Wilson has till chickens more than sho had a mouth ago Who can in their ox tensive stores When visiting ture buys goods from this Lexington call 011 them tell them you saw beat this for one sotting of hom ThU premium lnok will mnke the scainn their nd In Tin liitltAM and they will date will bo requiicd to pay of 1H0I at my thle In Hanoi Green Ky at Nov 0 F Heaverln of Augusta Ivy save you money will preach at the Christian church Sun 8 TO INSURE k LIVING COLT Tho magnitude Subject day night wmii count v mvh Kl Ta1i lI Fa ff tfYH money due when colt In foaled or mare In Tho evils growing mm vitwv 11 of the liquor tralllc parted with for which a lien will bo retain Ciiiiilttnn Ourreuey iwrnrmw out of that tralllc and tho remedy by ed on colt until sciomn money In paid K C Tatt of this place has moved to which these evils may bo overcome Hohco will ho I yearn old In June Ha llrcathllt county Is black perfect In form nnd loot to be Everybody cordially welcomed Wo do this because wo are seen to bo appreciated He was ulrod by L II Stamper Jr weal to Clloucalrn ever for Tuesday on business Wo are better equipped than KiikIIsIim Imported lack thnt be paid 1100 Those who owe for his damIllnok Hot win idred by Obi turning out all kinds of job printing If Miss Cora Mny of Montgomery county Is driven to it Aleck Howells famous lack that ho re you want lirst class work at low down visiting tho family of I F Vansant fused prices send your orders to Tin 1Iiiiaii When you road Jr lft00 for be by old llourbon Wllkei Kov Thomas or tho M K church preach will not pay ollloo and have your work done Care will he taken to prevent accidents ed hero Sunday morning ami evening this ask yourself tho question hut I will not ho responsible should they Judge J A Taultieo was hero Monday and AiMitliiiiy NoIuh occur Mares from a distance will be kept 18 Adams spent from Saturday till Too held a special term of tho Wolfe county I owe Co on reasonable terms Do court day at his homo near MoUhnrg W K W MoKlnooy xpont from Friday tilt Married on Thursday the l Mh Inst 1 Alull A IhtH anything 11 Rowland or Moouovllle to Miss Fmuiit Tuesday at his homo la Hath oouuty The Combined Stallion Tho blhto class In Ntiulylng tho history of Luoy daughter or Ferry Lacy of this place wait to bo And if so hraol and most of thu iiioinhers are doing Kov John U HohliH olHclatlng Miss Kuiiiia Williams daughter of Judge dunned well but oonio and pay or Mlsi Noltlo Whoolor hail to leave school James Williams ol Freuchhurg who has for awhilo on account of her mother who Is been visiting the family or Kov J L West in 10 days you will hoar slolc for some time returned homo Tuesdny Felix Hullocks little daughter Dora and thunder blnden of loo City enrolled on bomnx thu itffirinst and U taking tho tenohors his niece Miss llohlnu Cox have been very low with fever lor several days hut are coarse Thanking you for past fa Â¬ The state president and secretary of the thought to ho improving at this wilting J A Williams Arthur Lkius nnd Willie vors and Imping to merit a C W H M will ho hero daring tho closing IMoratt who have been attending Hrynut t veek of tho session Tho Y P S C K of tho Academy will Stratum huslmss college tit Louisville for good share of your trade wo have an open session on tho ovonlug of tho nliout four mouths nro ut homo resting and Respect fully aro llrst Sunday in Juno loouperntlug their menial toieos will ho nhoat nine young men ami Tho committee appointed to appear he There seven young women In tho declamatory fore the hoard of equalisation at Frankfort Will make the senson of 1801 at H TO IN consisting ol J F Vansant C C Hanks J contests to ho held In In no hiiik a iivis iOit money due when iimro All tho music in tho contests and omtoIson A Taulhee J C Lyklus and A II Stampfoals Is parted with or Is It rod to nunther of tho school In luno will ho furnished by er succeeded In getting tho additional til horse This Stallion will be at tho utilities of I It Cecil one mile from Kxol the llrst inuslo class and teacher cent on hinds reduced to tl per cent our per and third weeks of each mouth nnd at W IfpatroiiN and trustees want good teachers nnd all the raise taken oil of town lots tl Henrys iHs mlloM west ol West MhQrtv The circuit clerks ollloo has recently been for their schools lot them apply to the the second end fourth weeks of each mQiitlu faculty of Hnxel tlrecn Aontleioy enclosing furnished with one or Tylers improved roll Dkhciiutios and llcntointi Hyhkok stamp They should slatn- - tho kind of curtain ollloo desk and tiles and also an polutsH years old Inst sprlnyKDi himl blub they olllee table which add greatly to tho con teacher they want tho kind of hoiuo Hired by Mitmbrlno 1orest he by Ned Kur venience as well us the appearance or tho have am the amount of tho draw est In he hy Sim Ned lorent ho bv Al F niarK Gounnj KaUonRi Bank exundor Kdvvln Korestj llrst limit by Main Tho declamatory contest on tomorrow olllee Our genial nnd elllelcnt clerk hrlno Chief nenoiul dnm by Vlrjilula wlllh Friday evening will ho quite Interesting Vansant Is smiling all oyer his good natured third dnm by Sir Arehlo forest HtonewalPn KY following are tho speakers A Clones Aico MAIN STREET WINCHESTER Hamiiiku Tho llrst dnm by llrowus Stonewall scoond data ijalein H M Nlokoll Index Jos Tmilhue hy Tom Crowder third by Itnlln Copper lllliuoro OIoiuiIiik bottom fourth dnm by Old Fancy by Obi lyklns II C lnoy lllliuoro A I Lnov Horn on the Mh lust to tho wire of J JOHN W IIKAN President llrown Pilot K W MoKlnney Cogswell Tho W Iturohmu a girl Some of thu readers Uokburgs 11 earn will bo taken of mnrcs lett with l CmtTlH Cnidiler us lood will not bo responsible for Hoeldentu MUs ltohortson ofTmc llituAin will remember Mrs llur muslo will ho furnished hy but C K French of Hlanton will chain as the person who gave birth to twins and pupil should any occur Gram t per month Surplus 9100000 200000 ho president of tho contest ami tho faculty before the age of ll years nnd now at tho Capital CECIL k IiEHRY Wot Liberty Ky of tlio Academy will ho tho Judges Allure age of HI Is tho mother or four children Undivided Profits 35000 ACAOKMITK invited to ho present Died on tho Id lust Mm Andrew Knsh ACADEMY OF THE VISITATION a good old Christian man and for many Orgnnlrcd IHtlft buliiK the oldest bank in 01m aiviutisium years an elder of tho Christian eliuruh Jlu tho county Collections ninth on nil points UomiI WI11K Tlio llenilil Hay or Them lias finished his course nnd has kept thu nnd your busliiosN solicited -YOUNG LADIES Victor llogaert manufacturing Jeweler faith ami gone homo to the Father In heaven In this Ustio of Tim Lexington has an adv Ky Tho hard Irocxo several weeks since did Wbito Sulfur Mt Admlrsbllsi llKitviD nnd when in need of anything In great damage to oats causing many fanners This Instltutlnti under the dlreotlon of his lino call oh him at 17 Short street or to sow again or have none J the SlNlem of the Visitation It V M In sit drop I1I111 a lino to learn Ids prices Mrs J M Fly Is still very bad with rheu uated In n healthy wild beautiful local ty of WlNCIIKHTKIt KY matism the welbknowu IMuo Jrasii HckIoii Uncik Hkmuh Win II bognu has a card In this issuo of Hero tho pupils enjoy tho commits of N 11 WlTHKHSlOON rrcsldent loo City loeitU Tin IlltllAll nnd would appreciate any home thr removed frnin the distraction of It I lIUNTKlt Cnshler a elty and enu enitsoqucutlyi with granter Tho only items of Interest trnnsplrlui In business you can give him A specialty Is this community have boon a number of facility avail themselves of the advantHK Hindu of mail orders lie deals In drugs now arrivals In our vicinity among whom eutieatlon Paid up Capital 20000000 nllhrdcd of a thorouKh Mimle Crayon and hooks otu and his address IsJtVlnuhostur wo will only mention the following On tho TermM reaunahle or I N Weils a girl 10th Surplus rnlntliiH extra Ilouse Is heated by One of thu host dry goods ostahllshinouts on lust llhto athe wife girl to the wire or l K Jul tho I Vor lurther imrtieuiarn Huurtuu apiiarattiN Lexington Is that of Citssoll In tho city of This Ihiulc solicits tlio accounts of mor lett and on tho Kith Mrs Taylor Khun gave SUtsr ol Ui VJiltstleH 1 V M Price nnd you will Hud their adv In todays birth to a houiiolng baby boy Tho trio of chants farmers traders nnd business men settlnVm up Koncrnlly throughout Knsteru Kentucky Mo sure to call on them when In happy fathers have boon IlltllAll nnd oilers Its customers every facility and ho hoys AND hy mall nnd to tho city or send your order the most liberal tonus within the limits of WHEN YOU WANT A WATCH they will receive prompt attention loKllluiuto hnukliiK octlly I - Uy 0trtU n1 1 O W ROBINSON islEsfii Spanish Jaok Â¬ Â¬ Wl w Â¬ Spot Gosh that r Â¬ ROSCO Â¬ ki u ifiJit Â¬ Pieratt T SWANCO dont 8 8 it Forest Stonewall Â¬ HFPIERATMO 3iS Â¬ 1 1 wirtesier Bank Â¬ y 0000000 tni Mr Alfred Holmes of Mattoon T Day ol is a guest of his cousin city Mr Holmes was born in this Jlrtmthltt county but at an early ago moved to Illinois and this Is the llrst time lie has visited tho homo of his child hood days In tliirty ono yearn 111 1 Â¬ Xf 1 i Oovedon representing tho John II Church Co Cincinnati sold to a beautiful ebon Thompson of this oily Jgcil Harvard piano and tho Instrument renders entire satisfaction Those do Hiring to pmclmso orjjiuiH or pianos should give lluveilon tliolr order as ho represents 11 reliable ami popular firm wliloli Hlvtw host good for tho money whoso icrmu nw must fnvornblo J T 1 llusinoss 11111I oflou pleasure calls iiiauy of tho mountain people to Lexington ami 110 hotter place In tho city can he found HAJCL lUKBN ICY than tho KuglUh Kitchen to got a square Is the only merchant In Wolfo county ulio meal All ho delicacies of tho season aru sells the celebrated dealt out to tho hungry Hoad tho adver1131- tisement eUowhero In Tin IlKttMn everybody duos writing and nothing Is moro conducive to an oven temper than a mid he respect Ailly Invites farmers to call ami examine It before purchasing UolnM iiiauufaotiirlug good nou Fred jeweler Lexington has an udv In this issue IIKN W1LLaMSN St CO of Tin llHUAIl ottering groat Inducements OATii rrrstiu lid ky to users of puns Ho not only has bargains - Bole agents lor Northeastern Ken In pom but will nave you money on every tucky thing in tho Jewelry line Call and nun him when In Lexington DÂ¬ J T DAY ci Giiij Naiional CIAYOITY KY BenR jOUIIj Capital IMOYl 60000 J 1 SOUTH BEND PLOW lreslduut DAY cox him Or anything In tho lowolry lino lot mt know It I will fur niHliyougooilHWirni tkwey hiuI YQU will hnVO 1UAKANVKR nl homo whuro you uun uho It IT athler lloflnoutfully 1 hotter No lliiuU In Kasteru Keutueky vaults nor botiorfaclllllcs for keepluiyour MamiKod entirely by home people hccouiiI who know you and who are id way n ready to aeooiaumdnto voti nt Moaey to loan on reasonable rnton Cnll on ns T nARR i- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Co is one of The nu of U II IUh dr most onturplilng dry goods and notion the Unas In thnt city Their adv will ho round In this Wine and the prices they quote arc such that no lady In thu laud can a lord to When you visit he without line clothe 11 C - M0v for Hn EC CO II MAUlJN WITH DEN WILLIAMSON Hardware Outlory OATLKTTsnuna o u VJIOLI D H OARPENTBR l DHY lOODW NOTIONS llOOTV 8HOK8 i jr JW pinwaws M KBBlt WITM 4k Oa aAIW ky 0 HiidwinfcAcrUiJim Hole nfluitey IJond Ilnst aTOya i fi tXMkri JV v L 1 i 1 --- A 4 -- ii rit t t - J o Vhfct I - 0 c- - aaaat mil a e 4 I i bk - - Horn l l f d Kllmwa Swamp Root BlnKhamton for the Sixth Tlm N Y Onlargcd f JifJS MfiL it RvenBnorialtlnotofton that tho Hmuit Indulges in n enterprise buUn tms instaneo wo are Induced to say u few word j wrjiBceiothesrcRtirrowthof tho Dr Klhnor Modlcino Company at UitiBlininton ginning ft doxon yearn ago Dr Klhnor Company have grown to limine- HwlnS only just completed a largo flvo story addition to their ftuitAN SrP i e li Ifl t SuSiIWmJ fknwa Sto 3018 of thoIr business demands still moro room Tho juntly cole throughout tho land as Swami Root has already reached M Dy kal0y rcmody- - Anti whnt inoro It lins ucqulml IU popularity d n0tbygvcntailvortRntfbut WRhily through tho reputation of the w wrou8hU Testimonials aro being received by thousands from ovory IiTii fi i Itnfrords BTont plonsuro to refer to such facts la our cohnnus BlBghamton Evening Horald tRP ywth I PS PP Lessens Pain Insures Safety to Life of Mother and Child My m te after using - awK week after SI birth ofi her former child the J- J McGoldrick Bean Station Tcnn tia Mothers Friend r in oho uour tnan in passed through Sss LV SM by rrobbed Pam of terror I have the healthiest child I ever aaw M its L M and shortened labor Aiiekn Cochran Ga Snt by express charges prepaid on receipt of price per bottle Book To Motiiuis mailed free io AH DmcKltta BRAOFJELQ REGULATOR CD Alltata fl Mm I Hurley I Wo am paid iraner jiant1 L aaora U t whlefi Circular Hmu of Itia lilih ara run powr U watd In tfctlon than It utril In tawlnr lir Ustlnga at Uia hky xhlen frtm t out of lina In tha Aumotor 6aw rrama IjCJ SfC iJ J ti enly Ktrtl Kaw fi Ctllli lif5Jil 1 Our itrrat rntAlotrut cUIonie for 8f txKtatru Writ todnr II i TkBSwiV BarJ H bB1 rafam9JBTBWiWia aTaTuflr3rBsnivTY3l JM AUU j - imAS Kl - JJiai iifW11 VWa knt artn VkirjL MrllMt Vefetablu eecHla a nouRinurn Rvrticn pom p ftt VcgeUblodorilaMKj Bay ourflrrat Northern Onta Did youoTor 0OUJromon rvcript orwnl in piamna idhear the tlUor rkffofiliUOnta ao loiirnuiign furni urixl tamnlrn loo With vrgeUblo acede In the world WIimi icnonnouKiuantittoti OatsT I POO i iJ Vllft1 No Unlike lha Dutch Qit Process tha tiff I tublnp ami batbllt ar than ilillnl to aa to taka n waar with a Iwll T1a Vaaaa la all ataal itrj rlajttl ami rlttlM Uftlarr a tkat nalklai tan gal laoaa ar aal at fUa Yh uarHtt tncirtt ih mm at M mnla tl tmyofuhlt vrniy im u ihk f of Offratet iwMrla hurt umlkilltll tinj0 la UK awing frania whlth cartlai tha won tol tawail aoil Tha autornaUrally itlutnt to IU itlara liaa alto a uaid to Jhlc lt ola off from tha fly whaal anj ytl a not ru it to araatntvary m nth of an anflatothaaaw Thauiaufa 100 IU JOlnch fly hIimI and 34 Inch aaw maVti thia antly giltla y to cut H ltlitfcra a very Uilratla Tola lUw uiaklni it lj any long Biatailal quickly and tartly Anoihar fcatuiaot abtolulfljr alul wlmlly irtr inula thl dlfllrulty MtauiaTHK HKAKINUrlFOKTIIRiUUtT iHK rllllK II T IU5 iirriMi it ik tub tKUH or a iUce or btkki tiiiim 1iama tnrrt Alkalies on Other Chemicals tiro isol In tho prcptirutlou uC ofll iviuiiia ia jkU W COS IhSi BreakfastCocoa nXnl 11AKE11 i 0a i I QiM fin V itll i i which in nbaolutciy lll i nml soluble tin it remit h ti Cocoa nilyoit With rjtiirth Arrowroot or Hliirar nml in fur mora no tens tnan ona cent a cup UUanmorflthixnthrcetlmeM nomicai comit It Is delicious Diuutkh nourishing aud basilT iW HlaHnnil MPMIbiiiPii nHJHil TaMaWaMllli gaMfaaWawSagaTaBfc Sold hy irorora crarrnhtr W BAKER T laMBBBlgaHli fcaraaWaMaaaMaMkvijaT CODorohstrMasi- - ELYS CREAM BALM ClanitNUH tho NtlHIll PlIMHOfH Catarrh BvSSBiHeadJ h Aar BaV AlInyH Pain ami vW 1 W4Sa- - HealM tan the fad that tln aialn of tha Aartuoter will taeti doing tha pibllaagrtal aanlca and hana dUtliifulthrd rrlr irka are anyrha luiififrt law rtnilvr frame at a much hi for than aura thai the irianJa WixhIcU ba bong Sine w aJTarOilavtry arlala la tawframa wlthaMlntn Inflammation tho Sjivh IlcKtorca tho anil Hiuoll IMWWaWlalaJtaMaMamjaaaaaaaMwl Sciihom of TflNtO uracUaaln rdralnln aaod aitlcla unletting It into an UHiilttly Improvnl anapa Vor a aaw of almllar alca and quality ana ordinary wtsnlan H i W M n frame yott would ba charged A omc CaiiW Mrmeitr TO UKT IT AT Vfa have aold aa enornioua uuntUr of rower Atimctrr tetflti with which eawa ar umt and a poor taw that rum hard detract from their uiefulnres and their lepuutlon It we fur Alah a very tuperlor aw at a ery low l rice many caated out Wberoier ena Geared Aer CI will be bought todrha limn aotorgeei otheraara aura ta follow It and put II When we take a well known article in a thapa very luperior to anything that hat appeared before It vdena and eulirGoa our reputation for doing wellemythlng Is which we put our lianrie and thlt U the thing that hai In the put brouihl ao nuch bualncaa to our I actor f and which In the future w ha no rioult will bring practically all tha builnrte In our lllto II I thla lepuUtlou that wa are dally work ti lor Wa believe that tlila Aermolor Rlffl Raw Frame and Saw will roHllim and enhance the fame lilch we have gained in the nianvfactvira of Kteel Uimlmllla and Ettrl Tuwen limce for tha purpoai of eeattenng them to that everybody raaykuow lhatagnod thing can to had for until price VtK CASH AMU tJfr tH THIS NTKKIj RATT AMI HUMK Mill Ihltaerlf ai per riVKtOIIKH tlKAWTKHTlSKMKNT eeadillone tuted tn No 3 In our neal adkertltement No we ahall talk of ta4anitlng and nuke an afle r that will La of iMliMbal IttWceet JAe U aitv He f ALtlMUiOU CO TRY THE CUBE aareiettiln A pnrtlclO In iaor tK 1ilco W rinitaniDnmulntx KItV imUTJIeUM6i NVttnoiStNovf hm I HAY FEVER finnllnil Into mrh mxlrll nmt fori la manufacturer protected against tho competition of farm labor by average taxes of HO per cent the farmer Is pro tected against mill labor competition by average taxes of 10 per cent To discourage American farming and make it unprofitable a tax is levied on every exchange of farm products for foreign manufactures ranging from to toVlVi per cent anil averaging nearly 80 per cent On exchanges that can be still made at a profit It averages IS per cent but how high it Is on those that cannot be made and some can be aud are iniidu on which JOS percent tax is paid no man knows or can guess Here Is how it has discouraged farming generally anil how it has made wheat farming unprofitable iiw the central states Â¬ HOW THE FARMER IS PROTEOTED MKINLEYS STATESMANSHIP What McKlnlfylam I Doing for tltn Arc Olio of tltn Mimlltit 1olltlilitit Who Uvvr Itcmlinil Niitlttimt Dlatlnrtloii rlnulturnl Clitaa Uov William McKlnleyls Hying from Tho Amerloitu umnufituturor aslts fur protection from thu American fanuors ono purt of tho country to the other on Iliiupolttton itntl that thu AmoriiMin a speech making tour ami la showing litrmor nhtill lie en u lln Id oxolusWoly to himself to the people with as much In Â¬ the Aintrttiiit utiirkti for farm protlucUi dustry as a ward candidate for office that ho slntll be provoutetl by law from displays In the spring campaign He UvulliiK his Htirpliih for foreign iiiitnu la keeping himself before the public fiieturtihfinin Importing protltablo with the persistence of u patent modi piiyiniiit Tlio Atncrlcan tutimifnoturcr clntr advertisement on dead walla and luiH no other roinpitltor except tho board fences Kvidently he does not Htanilanl Oil coniputiy our nllvor Idngs mean that tho voters shall forget him nml our ilshurnion whoRo competition for a day in too Ntitall to trouble him No foreign Clov AloKlnlcy Is one of the smallest intinufiiuturor can computo with the politicians who ever reached national American iiianufacturur except through distinction In this country He is not tho American farmer unless the foreign a statesman He is not a scholar He inautifaottiror gives iih the foreign gootln Is not an orator Accident that in his If the gooila aro not given to us wi luck has boosted him into a conspicu- Â¬ miiat either rttenl them or exchange for ous place aud has blazed for him a them Mirplun farm products of equal track through the political woods We can only buy them with toward tho presidency value mctalh oil or farm prodneUor n promise tov McKluley was not the real of them rash tmiHt bo either prod- author of the tarilT bill which bears his uct of labor or tho promlne of it name The bill was framed In sub Â¬ Congress grants thp mill owner this stance by the agents of the protected protection by levying a tax on iaeh ex Â¬ monopolies for their own benefit Mc- Â¬ change of surplus American farm prod Â¬ Kluley simpl presented them a form ucts for foreign manufactured product1 a skeleton of the measure and each This tax ranges from 10 per cent protected Interest filled in the figures according to thu article and it Is Im Â¬ for Itself How much tlo you wantV posed upon the only party to it that was in clicet the question asked of congress can get hold of the American each monopoly and according as it farmer It Is lovled upon the II mil prod Â¬ was answered the tarilf was fixed The uct of his labor our imports It Is not completed bill as It received Mclvin imposed and cannot bo imposed until leys name was a mere Indication in after the goods have been exchanged the various scheduled Items of the ex Â¬ until the foreign goods have becom tent and intensity of monopoly greed thu product of American labor Not In establishing the amount of protec- Â¬ even the pretense of a tax cau bo tion that it was to enjoy levied on the foreigners because tho There Is no measure of government constitution of the United States ex except the highest and most uncoil pressly forbids any tax on exports and scionnble tariiT ever adopted by a civ- Â¬ the foreigner has his untaxed goods ex ilized nation with which MoKinleys ported as the final result of his labor name Is associated His only title to to nutlet things even Protection eminence Is that he was tho putative offers the American farmer sawdust author of an enormous aud extortion protection against the mill owners in ate tax on the people of the country vasion of the farmers home market levied for the benefit of tho limited The farmer does not need even genuine class of baron manufacturers cloth He has his own protection home barons iron barons glass barons and market already and he has a slice of other monopoly barons of all degrees tho homo market for manufactured He is not identified with the cause of goods as well Protection takes away a sound currency with any great na- Â¬ from him this slice of thu mill owners tional policy except the pernicious tax market and while pretending to give policy with any great public reform liiin what he has already his own with any great improvement with any home market1 tries to deprive him of work of progress and American deve- Â¬ that albo lopment The chapter of accidents gave That the mill owner may be able to his name to an outrageous tariff bill export his mill surplus exchange his which he did not frame and it has beÂ¬ mill products for foreign farm prod come his stock in trade Ids capital in ucts aud then bring these here in com business trafficking for the first offices petition with the products of our in the nation farms protection pays to the mill It may as well be admitted that early owner when he exports UK per cent of in this year ISJM after twelve months any revenue taxes imposed on imported of power the democrats hoyo not made raw material and then admits the for as much progress as tluiy ought to eign farm products the mill owner im have niade tn securing a successful Is Â¬ ports either free of duty or subject sue to the presidential campaign of only to a very low revenue duty Of ISUtJ A victory then which ought to the BO leading farm products 10 aro ad- Â¬ have been a certainty now has been mitted free of duty o aro taxed only plactd in peril Hut there Is abundant from 0 to 8 per cent on V0 It Is 10 per time and there will be plenty of oppor cent or less on JA it Is under 15 por tunities to retrieve the errors that hnvo cent On only U docs it exceed JO per been made and to enter upon a winning cent aud on only ft itemswool hops campaign rice cnuc julcc and peanuts Is there To that end It is probably best that even a pretense of sawdust protection tho republicans should nominate Mc Cotton Is free Wheat Is taxed only 10 Kluley for president The republican por cent corn 18 cornmeal 10 rye 17 platform properly interpreted reads buckwheat 10 poultry 10 pork 10 beef Up with taxes death to commerce 14 ilax 7 hemp 0 milk 10 and soon and a man should stand upon it who with all genera farm products The represents that principle Chicago Is Â¬ line and id I persons going toCalironilatkei winter should by all moans consult Ut nearest icprcucutatlvo of tho Hlg Route for rates and all other inforiitatlM pertaitilug to the Groat West 11 Jolng tn California to Mi MHMS 7 tlio Midwinter 1 If so rwut tills On aiioiiiit ot tho Midwinter halratw Mug held at Sun Kmnclseo tlto Home lias placed In effect vaitV low iutm from a ii Ioists on Its great syHtoin ot wi roads to San Francisco Los Augeltw DIclmi and other principal poiniA In Ullier nla mid tho Vest Northwest anil Sou west and will sell tickets via olthcrof H three gateways St Loris Chii apo ProitiA with return limit until April mx ltjlM Sollu vestllmlcd trains run daetTa ciuhol these cities with olegant lcepCC cars private cotnpartiiiont buffet iefaM ears parlor ears aud tllnlngtarsaiitl sJfst Iuk a choice ot routes Troiii Cleveland elnnatl Cohunlius SprliiKlleld Uaytoiutir dinnnpolts ami Interuiodlate points TOc excellent service Is unexcelled by any otM Are Viit w Uifftt u I 0r I MAitriN O E O MifoiiMlcK Pass TiutUo Mange Cincinnati O Now listen Freddie tho doctor saM that It wan that llttlo bit of ntady yott Well yjf last ulcht that iniiilo you slcl know now asked you over aim ovtr to pw 1 I and T A uio a whole lot toJi Â¬ Tina R lti Ortta from On nut fle This remarkable almost unheard el yield was reported to the John A 8ai eer Seed Co La Crosse Wis by Frank Winter of Montana who planted om btiBhel of Great Northern Oats care- Â¬ fully tilled and irrigated same and bo Heves that In 1801 ho can grow froutoa bushel of Great Northern Oats thre hundred bnshcla Its u wonderful oL 20 sort field corn yielding 80 to IM c bushels per aero you will cut this out and stUQDir Ik with 8c postage to tho nbovo firm yo will receivo sample package of abors oats aud their farm sued catalogue kJ HIS Â¬ Siik They wty my ulster has a prettier figure than 1 JJut sure of her answer whoso figure do you like best Jack deart Ho ferveatlv Your fathers darling Brooklyn Llfo 100 World Fair llioton for St These Itoautiful pictures aro now ready fox delivery in ten complete parts 10 plciuw comprising iuh part and tho whole set cub bo secured by tho payment of One Dollar pent to J ro II Hkutouii General Panwa gorAKcnt Chicago Milwaukee St IauH Railway Chicago 111 and the portfolio ot pictures will be sent free of expense bjr mail to suhHciilMrs Remittances should bo niailo by draft money order or registered letter J Â¬ Tnr worst enemy of the industrious worlv ingmaii is the worUimpnnu who will sot work Galveston News IJ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mr C E Harris Barro Vt Herald POINTED PARAGRAPHS It will be observed that Harrison Formor Vigor nnd StronRth Ro storoti by Hoods Snrsaporlllo and McKluley agree that the voters of the country are Ignorant and didnt a I Hood t Co Lowoll Muss Dcnr Sirs About two years nro I wan sulknow what they were voting for In lenly tulien with hoart trouble This followed lWitf N V World mo up to lust HnrltiK wlioa I waaunablo to work McKinloys worlcers are already I Was Complotoly Brokon Up finding it a hard task to keep It before ind used different medicines the country that he has a presidential I suffcruil nt times severely but without avaJL belns tumble u It appears to have boon sprung boom lcoi comfortably Up to tho tlmo when I was first takfin 1 bud always boon a healthy man not wisely but too soon Detroit Freo Veal tougher All Broken Up t Â¬ n Press than a boar I was sad for It I Mmmmmw imt mi i ii April I 1 1NU iar ri Irotluctt txvortnt 7W3Vlllil Hrttulitujft tfxtiorttit IMiJ 1NU Ihcti rlitn Seethathump Trade Uark Itcg IKSV IrS I MM ijj lilH 1 the Dc Long Hook Eye Richardson Sc DcLong Bros 3 IM af lit Philadelphia ANTI RHEUMATIC ANTI CATAIIRHAL CHEWING HALMS AND t Curaa ami IllieiimntlimiImtlircatlnii UyaixiiMtl llertburn CaUirrU mid Aatlunn I Umful In MaUrin nml tcTcir Cleniiaos tho Teoiu ana rronioa iua Apixtiiie rmeauiu uih liraaui uurda inn louncoa liaiiit km jdornxlUytho WBillCftl Faculty bona for 10 iaQrwonpoKHie im ronrinroii AW X MALk 1 W 811th St New York lrenti GUM cBq Vt AORES OF LAND sT MM It is evident frmi tho movement for alv by thaSAlxr Taul and Hans Powers A IHuirnt It aiiro ah or tho republicans on the national re frtftWiietraikiriakalnriia malU1 vv Oomjaki la MtnuMuu Kud for MM Qva Clrcu publican comiiiltteu that MclUnloy M fWWKleY COmjUPORTEo INO larc TkeywlllbflKnUo j ou who has been crucified in two national campaigns la to have his garments di- Â¬ WreiHlwiitly eiirea orory form of vided among thu centurions It re RtMiiwatltm and lout AUrM mnlua to be seen whether the parallel Wit aTYljelinaktJBl flitum HOPEWELL CLARKE a akaa Lul OewwiMlouer fiU Fnul Mlaa will be carried to thu point of Melviu leya resurrection jayWAJIHUAWW At any rate his I I ICiU KTAJIMNO MUTVIT wriAliihaUetIUalina clothes are too large for any of tho pW Home Heautlll iw eknfn tVwrlAaana meoyjtt wallet en tto t oiim men who are now jMilaeMi Mm Uur iOKK bri4rr HtaiMMlHif etc vt Mei trying to put them rm ra Ai uAiiMB ran ou St Louis Uupuullo ocrat aanr MeMet e i UerMalaa rXAHl TIUl rA hlMniMiE3 3i I lfl I a TBACTION AMD PORTABLE RUrVIELY Wi Spare Pearline Spoil the Wash 1000000 N pete with the American fanner at preseut They have a bouunssa in the home market a gold mine they aro sat Â¬ isfied to work If they can get rid of the farm competition how they do not careand supply the people at their owu trust prices they can make enor Â¬ mous fortunes when timesare good to quote Senator Plumb Hut no trust no selling ugreouionr no combination of any kind is possible among tho mlll ownon while the farmers are free to produce a surplus of cotton or wheat export It trade it for mill goods bring it back andiUsposuof it in competition If they can drive one fourth the farm Â¬ ers out of business or prevent them from exchanging their surplus then they have tlto pecplo by tho thvoaU Y W3HUi til owners do not wish to com im 0IUiUtll Mililblri mlTkWiJ ihlUHW tWrillhUS tVIMUll Jiuva WIUNIl tilXUnlO IKUWIWri 1hlllOhW iaWiJl IVnMtloM ISliIUMl World Â¬ tTWr Hawaii eight thousand have signed a petition for the restoration of the gov- Â¬ ernment which was overturned a year ago by the firm of Stevens Murines A Co Detroit Kree Press Hoart Troublo Wns Ovoroomo Thu president has done the sensi Â¬ lo that I nin Hhln to work every tiny Too ble thing in leaving the New York ctannRo 1 nttrlbuto to Hoods Harsuparllla wrangle and going us far away as Cuaitncv K lUiiius Itarre Vermont Louisiana for a supremo court justice Hoods Pllla cure Constipation by restor The democratic party will follow his Inn tho peristaltic at nr i lllrvctttral example and take Its presidential nom- Â¬ inees from other state than Now orlc- - Louisville Courier- - Journal liov MoKinleys boom Is out of all proportion to tho circumstances that evolved It It will be only a ease of history repeating itself If the gover Â¬ This is a fact with regard nor discovers between this and ISKO that a double track business cannot be to Scotts Emulsion of Cod safely conducted on it single track Liver Oil The difference Ho Is likely vo experience a road between the oil in its plain head end collision with the hober sec Â¬ ond thought of the people of even tho state is very apparent In republicans Chicago Herald It is plain that thu ad valorem or according to value stylo of duty Is much more equitable than tho fixed or specific style of duty Ulch pooplo you detect no fish oil taste naturally like thu specific atylo of duty As it is a help to diges-Â¬ moru than they like tho other as under it they are not required to pay their tion there is no after effect proper share of taxation It Is to tho except good effect Keep m great advantage of the poorer classes to have ad valorem duties on every- Â¬ rnmd that Scotts Emulsion thing as then they aro not required to is the best promoter of flesh pay their own sharo of taxation and a couslderablo slice of the rich mens and strength known to sharo as well Tho inferior qualities of science goods which poor people buy are not ArrdbrBootUWNv AMrmW any longer to b taxed two three or four times ns highly as tho tine qual- Â¬ ities of goods in tho samu lino which millionaires buy N a TlmwDmu T Vialtt S1 hta vu O In thinkluir over tho HawuHnn matter It is well to keep in mind that of tho thirteen thousand legal voters of loomed as If T had apparently como to tho end of my usefulness My tradn was that of aboard lawyer always carnliiir food wngea A nbort tlmo nto a friend ndvUcd me to use Hoods Sar aparllla which I did After uslntronrtbottlomy Hoods8irCures A I hi Almost as Palatable as Milk b Scotts Emulsion frSSiK W HN all JJr- - i uenco JLi I Jteir ijfea y i h2 I HEAVEN TO EAKTIT J Th Start Made by C ftrlati Accompa nted to the Gates by Angola WImi U This That Cniifeth From Kilnn WtthDyrU inrmctitH iVom Ilorrnli Whn tho Txt of Jte j T De Witt Taltttngr I Dt8iinlnj- uv the cannon and the train starts amidst liuxm that drowns tho thunder of Wuywlwels nod tha shriek of tho whis tle Hut all this will give no idea of the incitement that there must have icon In Heaven when Christ started ut on thf campaign of the worlds they could have forseen rontpiest fche siero that would bo laid to Him and tho maltreatment Ho would suiTor ami the burdens Ho would have to carry And the battles lie would have Ho fkrbt I thjtk there would have been 1000000 volunteers In Hon von who -would have insisted on coining along with Him but no they ouly accom Â¬ panied Him to the gate tholr last shout beard clear down to tio earth tho space between tho two worlds bridged with a great hosanna You know there ikawido difference botween a mans jjotng ofT to battle and coming back gnin When ho goes off it is with apanlot untangled with banner un specked with horses sleek and whining from tho goom All that there is of strugglo and pain is to come 3et-- So it was with He had not yot fought a Christ battle lie was starting out and though this world did not give Him a frarm hoavted greeting thero was a gen Â¬ tle tnntjior who folded Him in her anus and a babo finds no dtfToroneo between x stable and a palace between cour As Jesus tier and camel drivers stepped on the stage of this world It was amidst the angelic shouts In the g nllwieft and amidst the kindest ma Â¬ ternal lni nistrations Hut soon hos Â¬ tile forces began to gathor Thoy tho deployed from Sanhedrim They were detailed from tho stand- Â¬ ing army Thoy camo out from tho Casnern castles Tho vagabonds in tho street joined thegontlemon of the niun jjon Spirits rodo up from hell and in long array there came a force together that threatened to put to rout this arrive I one from Heaven Jesus itv ovr MjJfnjMiUi battle gathering lifted Uis own standard but who gathered about it How fyoblo tho recruits A few shore men a blind beggar a wom an with an alabaster box another woman with two mines and a group of friendless moneyless and positloiilcss people came to his standard What chance was thero for Him Nazareth against Him Huthlehcm against Him Capernaum against him Jerusalem atfftlnst Him Galilee against lllm The courts against Him Tho army against Him The throne against him Tho world All hell against Him against lliui No wonder they asked II hn to surrender Hut lie could not surrender He could not apologize Ho could not lake any back steps Ho had como to strike for the deliverance of an en tftkircd race and He must do tho work Then thoy sent out tholr pickets to They saw in what houso vntoh Him He went and when Ho came out Thoy watched what Ho ato and who with what He drank and how much They did not dare to make tholr for thoy know not filial assault but that behind Him thro might bo a re inforeoiiiont that was not booh ftut at last tho battle came It was to 1 1 Christ wivln- Who Is this that cometh from Ivloin with dyed garments from Donih traveling in the great iaess of his strength When a irouernl is about to iro out to She wars a llsiguud a sword are public ty presented to htm tho maidens TJring thnver and tho young meu loud Â¬ Â¬ the startling flguro of the text liOMsti by Hov Dr Tuliiugo in his ser Â¬ mon hi tho llrooklyn Tubernnclo Sun day tho preacher brought out tho rad- Â¬ ical truths of tho Christen rollglon It wm eeornuicntal tluy In jho tnboruitulc TUo subject of tho sermon was Christ tho Conquarer tho toxl being Isuiuh Ixlii 1 Who Is this tht cometh from Edom with dyed garments from Ho rah Tilts that Is glorious In His up parol traveling in tho greatness of Ills tratigth idom and llozrah hating boon tho Cfco of fiorco battle when those words are used hero or in any Other part of tho Hiblo they arc figures of speech 0011111 forth scones of screro oonlltet As now wo ofton uso tho word Water Â¬ loo to describe a declslro contest of this kind so tho words Hozrnh and Uloiu In this text are figures of speech descriptive of a f ccno of jrout slaught- Â¬ er Whatever elso tho prophet may have meant to describe ho most cor tuinly mount to depict tho Lord Jesus TVom Â¬ I i strength np and they listened and thoy looked and they watched Oh what an un- Â¬ even battle Two worlds armed on one side an unarmed man on tho othor Tho roglmont of tho Itotuun army at that time stationed at Jerusalem began tho attack Thoy know how to light for thuy belonged to tho most thoroughly drilled army of all tho world With spears glittering in tho sun they charged up tho hill Tho horsos pranco anil roar amidst tho ex- Â¬ citement of tho populace tho heols of tho riders plunged in the flanks urg Â¬ ing them on Tho weapons begin to toll on Christ Sec how faint Ho looks There tho blood starts and there and thoro and there If Ho Is to have reinforcements lot Him call them up now No Ho must do this work alono alone Ho Is dying Feel for your solf of tho wrist tho pulso Is feebler IVol under tho arm tho warmth Is less Ho Is dying Ay thoy pronounce Htm dead And just at that moment that they pronounced Htm dead Ho rallied and from His wounds Ho unsheathed a weapon which staggered tho Uoman legions down the hill and hurled tho Satanic batal lions into the pit It was a weapon of love infinite love all conquering love Mightier than javelin or spear It triumphed over all Tut buck yo armies of earth and hell The tide of battle turns Jesus hath overcome Let the people stand apart and make a line that He may pass down from Calvary to Jerusalem and thence on and out all around the world Tho battle is fought The victory is achieved The triumphal march is bo- gun llark to tho hoofs of tho war riors steed and to tho tramping of a great multitude for ho has tnuny friends now Tho Hero of earth and Heaven advances Cheer Cheer Who is it that cometh from Kdom with dyed garments from Hozrah traveling In tho greatness of his Â¬ bwk and your tears drying up as yo hctr tho tramp of a thousand Illustri- Â¬ ous promises led on by tho Conqueror from Uoxrah traveling traveling In tho greatness of his strength i On that Friday which thu tiptscopal church rigidly colobrutos calling it j Hood Friday your soul and initio were contended for On that day Jesus proved himself mightier than earth and hell and when tho laneos struck j lllm Ho gathered them up Into a shoaf as a reaper gathers tho grain and Ho stacked them Mounting tho horso of the Apoealpsos Ho rodo down through tho ages traveling In tho grcntnossof On that day your sin His strongth and mine perished if wo will only be- Â¬ I got tig to beat lmck all your griefs wky HtUraneM tay eaUh Vnt tarn not trust Htm Oh do you Hot fwA words My pooy bayt Tk almpU under this gospel your griefs falling faeb la all dld htm Life for lilt GHOOL AND OHUJtOHt lieve IU Thero may bo soino ono horo who may say f dont like tho color of this Conquerors garments You toll mo that His garments wore not only spat Â¬ tered with the blood of con 11 let but also that they wero soaked that that thoy wero saturated that thoy 1 wero dyed iu it admit It You say yon do not like that Then I quoto to you two passages of Scripture With- Â¬ out tho shedding of blood there Is no In tho blood is tho atone remission Itut it was not your blood It ment was Ills own Not only enough to red Â¬ den Ills garments and to redden His horse but enough to wasli away tho sins of the world Oh tho blood on His brow tho blood on His hands tho blood on Hs feet the blood on His side It seems as if an artery must have boon Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ be more fierce than Hozrah more involving bloody than Gettysburg noro than Austcrlltz more combatants vtnplnyod than at Chalons a ghastlier sonlllet than all the battles of tho earth lions of tho falaln bo accurate Tho Tho hour was be 4Uy was Friday twocn 12 and 3 oclock The Held was slight hillock northwest of Jerusa-Â¬ lem Tho forces ongagod wore earth and hell Joined as allies on one side sail Hcavon represented by a solitary inhabitant on tho other The hour camo Oh what a tlmo It was 1 think that day tho universe leoked on Tho spirits that couldbe ffwrcd from the Heavenly temple and 9Mrid get conveyance of wing or charl- camo down from above and spirits -fittm fnKoigk from beneutli oakut A put together though Fdmund Hurkea astiinatc of thirty llvo thousand mj Wo behold here a now revelation of a blessed and startling fact People talk of Christ as though Ho were going to do something grand for us after a while llo has done It People talk as though 10 or JO years from now in tho closing hours of our life or in some terrible pass of life Jesus will help us lie has done tho work already Ho did it lSltl years ago You might as well talk of Washington as though ho wore going to achieve our national independence in 1050 as to speak of Christ as though Ho were going to achieve our salvation in tho future Ho did It in thu year of of Our Lord lSrtl years ago on tho field ofjiorah tho captain of our sal vationnighting unto death for your and my emancipation All we have to do is to accept that fact in our heart of hearts and we are free for this world and wo are five for thu world to come Hut lest we might not accept Christ comes through hero to day traveling in the greatness of His strength not to tell you that Ho is going to light for you some battle In tho future but to tell you that the battle Is already fought and tho victory already won You have noticed that when soldiers como home from tho wars they carry on their flags tho names of tho battle Â¬ fields whero they wero distinguished The Hnglishman coming back has on his banner Inkcrmuuu and ltulaklava the 1renchman Jena and Kylnti tho icrmuu Versailles and Sedan And Christ has on the banner Ho carries as conqueror tho names of ten thousand battlefields He won for you and forme Ho rides past all our homes of bereavement by tho doorbell swathed in sorrow by tho wardrobe black with woe by tho dismantled fort ress of our strength Come out and gi cot lllm to day O yo people See the names of all tho battle passes on Ills flag Yo who are poor read on this ensign the story of Christs hard crusts and pillow Yo who are persecuted less head read here of tho rufllaus who chased Him from His first breath to His last Mighty to sooth your troubles mighty to balk your calamities mighty to tread down your foes traveling in tho Though greatness of His strength His horse bo brown with the dust of the march and tho fetlocks bo wot with the carnage and the bit bo rod with the blood of your spiritual foeH llo comas up now not exhausted from tho battle but fresh as when llo v out trav- Â¬ Into It coming up from Hozrah eling in the greatness of Ills strength You know that when Augustus and Constantino and Trajan and Titus came back from tho wars what a tlmo there was You know thoy camo on horseback or iu chariots and thero wero trophies before and there wore captives behind and thero wero people fVioutiug on all sides and thoro wero furhind flung from tho window and over the highway a triumphal arch was sprung The solid masonry to day at neiiogeutum Rimini and Rome still tell thero admiration for those heroes And shall wo lot our Conqueror go without lifting any acclaim Ilavo wo not llowers rod enough to depict tho carnage white enough to celebrate tho victory fragrant enough to breathe tho joy Those men of whom I just spoke dragged tholr victims at tho chariot wheels but Christ our Lord takps those who once wero captives and Invito them into His chariot to ride while ho puts around thorn tho I have arm of His stiongth saying loved theo with an ovorlastlug lovo and tho waters shall not drown it and tho fires shall not burn It ana eternity shall not exhaust it If this bo truo 1 can not sue hov any man can curry his sorrows u greet while If this conquaror from llozrah is Â¬ Â¬ At J oclock to morrow afternoon go among thu places of business of toil It will bo no dltllcult thing for you to find men who by thoir looks show you that they aro overworked Thoy aro prematurely old They aro hastening rapidly toward that deeoaso Thoy have gone through crisis in business that shattered their nervous system and pulled on tho brain Thoy have a shortness of breath and a pain in tho back of the head and at night an in- Â¬ somnia that alarms thorn Why aro thoy drudging at business early and For fun No it would bo diff- Â¬ late icult to extract any amusement out of Hocauso thoy arc that exhaustion many cases no In avaricious llecauso their own personal ex Â¬ No a fow hun Â¬ penses aro lavish dred dollars would meetull their wants The simple fact is tho man is enduring all that fatigue and exasperation and wear and tear to keep his homo pros Thero Is an invisible Hue porous reaching from that store from that bank from that shop from that scaf- Â¬ folding to a quiet scene a few blocks away a few miles away and there Is the secret of that business endurance He is simply the champlqu of a homo stead for which Ho wins bread and wnrttrono aim education and prosperity and In such battle ton thousand meu fail Of ten business men whom I bury nine die of ovorwork for others Some sudden diseases finds thorn with no power of resistance and they aro gone 11 fo for life Mood for blood Tho Doctor Cull It IthlnoiimuU but Dont AlvrnyH Itaoominrml It Substitution Ilhinomuniu is the medical name of a At I oclock tomorrow morning the hour whou slumber is most uninter- Â¬ now craze tho doctors aro tolling about rupted and profound walk amid tho If a man cant breathe easily or if his dwelling houses of the city Hero and nasal functions rofuso to do tho work there you will find a dim light becauso allotted by nature tho proper thing to it is tho household custom to keep a do Is to have tho noso burned out The subdued light burning but most of tho people who want this dono to tholr ol houses from base to top aro as dark as factories aro known to tho profession A merciful God us rhiuoinaniacs though uninhabited One of tho first nothas sent forth tho archangel of sleep able instances of rhinomanla was IV and lie puts his wings over the olty Corbin a noted Yale oarsman and foot- Â¬ Hut yonder Is a clear light burning ball playor who a fow years ago being and outside on the window ensomont unable to breathe easily while In the a glass pitcher containing food for a boat submittod to nn operation upon sick child the food Is sot In the fresh his noso Tho operation was per Â¬ air This is the sixth night that tho formed by a prominent uptown physi- Â¬ mother has sat up with that sufTcrer cian but instead of cauturizlng or Shu has to tho last point obeyed tho burning out tho noso part of tho bono physicians prescription not giving a was cut out and a larger aperture drop too much or too llttlo or a mo for breathing was tho rosuit Nowadays tho samo rosuit Is obtain too ment soon or too late Is Sho very anxious for sho ed by burning away the inombraueous has burled three children with tissue near tho npox of tho noso by tho same disease and she prays and means of a small galvanic battery As weeps each prayer and sob ending with a rulo doctors will not recommend so a kiss of thu palo cheek By dint of horolc n troatmont for nasal obstruc- Â¬ kindness she gets the little ono through tions but will try to find a romody In tho ordeal After it is all ovor the another way A writer In tho Medical mother Is taken down Jlrnin or nervous Uocord howover says that young prac fever sots In and ono Any sho leaves titioners do not lot an opportunity slip tho convalescent child with a mothers by to saw or burn away a protuberant blessing and goes up to join tho three In mombrano or to drill air passages into tho kingdom of Heaven Life for life an unnaturally large formation of Substitution Thu fnct Is that there bono Old heads In tho profession on aro an uncounted number of mothers tho othor hand are slow to do this be who after thoy have navigated a largo cause they recognize that tho nasal family of children through nil tho dis growth performs the Important func Â¬ eases of Infancy and got them fairly tion of moistening and warming the started in the flowering slope of boy- Â¬ air Inhaled The operation very often hood and girlhood have only strongth dofoats the purpose for which It was loft to dlo Thoy fade away Some Intended especially when n largo piece call it consumption somo call it nervous of tho mombrano is removed In cutprostration somo call it Intermittent ting away tho membrane tiny saws and or malarial disposition but 1 call It chisels are used and generally the martyrdom of thu domestic circle Life subject Is placed under an amusthotlc Hut tho man whoso nasal broathlng for life Hlood for blood Substitu- Â¬ spaces are choked up will not listen to tion Or perhaps tho mother lingers long any othor remedy than that aflordod enough to sue a son gut on tho wrong by ono of those methods in othor road and his formur kindness becomes words he demands Immadlate relief rough reply when sho oxpesses anxiety and is willing to take his chances on Hut sho goes right on Its being successful Whon he roaohut about him looking carefully after his apparel re Â¬ this stago tho doctors put him down aa membering his every birthday with a rhlnomanlac N Y World somo memento and whon ho Is brought A fly had fallen into the Inkwell of homo worn out with dissipation nursos lilm till he gets well and starts him a certain author who writes a very bad ngnU and hopes and oxpoots and and very Inky linnd The writers lit pruyr and counsels and sulfers until tlo boy rescued the unhappy Inseot and hct strength gives out and she falls dropped him on a pluce of paper Aftqr Shu is olng and attendants bonding watching him intently for a while lie over tor pillow ask her if she has any j called to his mother and requested her Hers u message to leave and she makes a I to como to lilm for a minute ocrcated fly mamma he Mid lit greni effort to say something but out Uumu or four mluutcs of iuulstimjt writes just like papa of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I - cut never coming back For tho country they died Life for lifo Hlood for blood Substitution Hut wo need not go so far What Is that monument in Greenwood It is to tho doctor who foil In tho southern epidemics Why go Wore thoro not enough sick to bo attended in those northern latitudes Oh yes but the doctor put a fow medical books In his valise and somo vials of modioiue and leaves his patlonts horo In tho hands of othor physicians and takos the rail train Hoforo ho gets to tho infected regions ho passes crowded roll trains regular and oxtra taking tho flying and affrighted populations Ho ar- Â¬ rives in a olty in which a groat horror Is brooding Ho goes from coucl to couch fooling of pulso and studying symtomsnnd proscribing day after day night after night until a follow physi- Â¬ cian says Doctor you had better go homo and rost you look miserable Hut ho can not rest while so many are suffer lug On and on until somo morn- Â¬ ing finds him in a delirium in which he talks of homo and then rises and says ho must go and look after those patlonts Ho Is told to llo down but he tights his attendants until ho falls back and is weaker and weaker and dlos for people with whom ho had no kinship and faraway from his own family and Is hastily put away iu a strangors tomb and only the fifth part of a nows papar lino tolls us of his sacrifice his nnmo just mentioned among five Yot ho has touched the furthest height of sublimity in that thrco wooks of humanitarian service Ho goes straight as an arrow to the bosom of Him who I was sick and yo visited mo Bald Lifo for life Illood for blood Substi- Â¬ tution HAVING THE NOSE BURNED OUT Â¬ Â¬ given oeO W Drwry eelhwE Substitution About thirty four yars age ttort ttfrlngfleld Mo to endow a ehair k went forth from our homes hundred Kology In hustnory of kk wlf of thousands of men to do battle for Nino year ago theve wa t tholr country All the poetry of wax single Salvationist In Denmark Kmr soon vanished and left them nothing there aro A7 corns there 175 oMeftm but the terrible prose They wadfld SWH soldiers and a weekly War Cry knee dcop In mini They slept in snow- circulation of 18000 banks Thoy marched till their out Tho pope has accorded an extra Â¬ feet traokod thu earth They were ordinary jubilee to France to extend swindled out of their honest rations from Kaster to Christmas The ouch and lived on that not fit for a dog alon Is tho fifteenth centenaVy of the Thoy had jaws all fraoturod and eyea baptism of Clovls king of the Franks extinguished and limbs shot away Miss Carrie Small has been Thousands of them cried for water as chosen principal of the Woodward Inthoy lay dying on the Hold the night stitute for girls to be founded at Quln after tho battle and got It not They oy Mass and endowed by the bequest wore homesick and received no message of 100000 from the late Dr Woodward from their loved ones They died la She Is a graduate of Wellosloy college barns iu bushos in ditches tho buz ami Is now principal of the high school zards of tho summer heat thu ouly at In JMymouth Mass and president of tendants on tholr obsoqulos No ono tho Plymouth County Teachers asso but tho infinite God who knows overy elation thing knows tho tun thousandth part Iopo Leo who Is past olghty three of tho length and breadth and depth Is tho oldest ruler Tho grand duke of and height of anguish of the Northern Luxembourg and tho Icjng of Don and Southern battle Holds Why did mark respectively Hovonty slx and sov those fathers loavo tholr children and onty llvu years old stand next to him go to tho front and why did those in this regard Thu grand duku Karl young men postponing tho marriage Alexander who lives in Wc liner Is day start out Into tho probabilities of fourth In point of ago and Queou Vic- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ic ta JvUljre Melrln M VimyM UlV Â¬ Â¬ - rt i toria with her seventy four years Is tho fifth oldest monarch Tho death of Hov Dr Adolph Jelllnok at Vienna deprives tho Jew- Â¬ ish church of tho ablest oxponout of modern Hebrew homlletlcs Ho was born In USUI and In IBM bocamo tho leading Jewish preacher In Vienna whose Hebrew population at that tlmo was larger than that of any othor Kuropoan olty Dr Jelllnok was a pro-Â¬ found scholar and an able defender of his faith In the Kpworth league thero are nearly lil000 chapters and 850000 mem Â¬ bers have lib on added in a little more than four and a half years Tho Chris Â¬ tian Endeavor movement started tho now year with nearly J0OO0 societies and about a million mid thrce quarturH of members The growth during tho last six mouths has been larger than avor before iu thu history ol tho move- Â¬ ment Tho Outlook Tho Catholic directory for 1B9I which has just been issued gives tho statistics of the Catholic ehnroh in thu United States Kvory dloceso furnishes its own figures Thu Catholic popula Â¬ tion iu tunny of tho dioceses Is approx- Â¬ imated and In tho absence of oxaet fig ures tho compilers of thu directory ar unable to say Just how many Catho olios thero are In the United States Tho dtrootory gives the number ns 300Jotl but Catholic aiithorltos claimed last year that there aro at least lJ000000 Catholic Mirror Tho last otllcial census of Ireland ihowH that there aro V4l7H3 Catholics and llSSOtHJ Protestants In that Island Catholics aro most numerous In tho county of Cork nud ProtostautH most numerous in the county of Antrim Thu Catholics in Cork aro to the Prot sstauts as ten tonne Tho Protestants predominate in the counties of Armagh Down Tyrone Londonderry and An- Â¬ trim A llttlo over 71 pur cent of tho population Is Catholic IU per cent bo longs to the Church of Ireland and 0 percent to the Presbyterians N Y Independent A fresli propaganda of Huddhlsm U being undertaken lu Paris It is as serted that thirty thousand Parisians now profess thu ancient religion Many well known women describe them- Â¬ selves as electric Huddhists A little volume gives a summary of the doc trines of tho now creed It has just boon printed and largo numbers have been bought by wealthy neophytes and will bu distributed soon among all lasses The converts aro not oxpected to desert thu churches of which thoy ire members The copies of the book have boon bound in blauk morocco tflhUd to resemble prayer books Among the manuscripts unearthed l Fayoum In Kgypt and now under examination at thu Hrltish museum ono has lately boon deciphered which possesses a peculiar interest for stu Â¬ dents of early Christian history It Is certificate Issued during the Dcclan persecution iu the third century to sumo faint hearted Christian that he has fulfilled tho requirement of sacrificing to the gods Tho subject In this case is an old man of sovojity twoyears u senr ovor rlghtoyebrow Thu doc Â¬ ument is made out In regular ofllulal form duly slgued and attested Thin Is tho only specimen of its kind that has yut boon discovered Living Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ n i H T-- v A-- r- s Church Hn lteHlly Wnntiiit n Hlmvt A curious case of the tramp was seen the othor day Ho was a veritable ono with a throe weeks growth of Sliding into a downtown stubble restaurant ho asked for alms What would you do with a dime II I gave you one asked a guest Spend It on a shave he said He got the dinle nobody however believing him One of the spectators followed him to a shop in the neigh- Â¬ borhood and thu man did spend the money on a shave and on being spokep to about it said he thought he might now strike a lob he looked so respect Â¬ able N Y Herald H I ChollyHlemler Hah JovelX pity any man wiio has tq earn KIs own IIvIm V Kitty WtnMlowr iBut If yoJweriiW man you kripwyon proVably WitUUMv ue t mjnu it Truui t I s A ri - slfitt 4 v I TitoKU t atL Lr hfr Tin p r 3 t t ti- - r J -- A i Train Miss Sarah Carter whllo standing on n Contral railroad embankment just out sido Atlanta On talking to two companions suddenly bade them good hy nnd flung herself down on the track in front or the approaching Savannah ox- The train ran over her mutllat firesss body horribly Tho girl wns desperate because her lover had left the city tho dav before without having married her It was of this subject sho was talking to her two companions when sho Man t A Sermon ended tho conversation by her frightful Man born of woman hath but a few leap days and full of trouble P L Hecse at Mt Sterling is head- Â¬ Ho cometh up iu tho morning saith quarters in Kentucky for sewing ma- Â¬ tho Psalmist DRENNON It is his coming up in tho morning bo chines and supplies Writo him for This jtrcinluin saddle ntnllion will nuiko much that makoth his daya bo few and bottom prices T tho Henson of 1811 at tho stable of full of trouble A contomnornrv snvs tlint iinwunnnor SvvniiKo in IIiuol Oreo n Ky at 8 to IX Ho COmotll lin 111 tlio mornlntr tnn 8U11B A LIVING COIT money due when often by the bright light from tho glad subscriptions aro Infaliiblo tests of mans colt is fouled or nitiru is parted with with some halls of folly whero hchath tarried honesty Thoy will sooner or later dis- Â¬ lien on eolt until pniri KAOLK DUKNNOV is nlcht yours old long at tho yellow label whero tho Samp cover tho man If ho is dishonest ho this spring nenrly 10 sonlan bluo grass rngoth tho Insidious will cheat tho printer somo way says iimno nnd tnil plenty hnnds IiikIi beautiful ot style nnd stiiininn receipt somowhoro or sent tho fruition of Now Jerseys orchard juices ho has aand Hired by tho famous IMuo Jeans 1 1st diun money it was lost in tho mail or by tho gront nneer John Nosley sire of tliu aingoth in his head tho fcong of bees and whero lurketh tho Biren jack pot that ho will tako tho paper and not pay for it dam ofMaggiuF 222 2d dam by Adams did not lurkoth him to como in with his three on tho ground that ho leaving itsubscrlbo Express ii noted saddle horse ttl dam by for it or move away to como Slushuin 4th dam by Copperboltom Kagle fair faced queens and runnoth them to tho o 111 co ho left Thousands of Drenuon ii n half brother to ltoscoo sold lor against threo potent and curly kings and professed christians aro dishonest in this 1800 nnd clLbtinoro that sold for 1000 or everlastingly doth pull his leg at least and the printers book more lllue Jeans horses huvc for several For at last it bitoth llko a serpent and particularfearful talcs in tho final judg- yenrs sold higher than any snddle horses iu will tell stingoth llko an adder Kagle Drennon can show what Kentucky ment he is for himsrlf His colts saddle from And what proflteth a man if ho rakoth any clam of mares Any inure that can out tho jack pot always if tho substanco of Not Sworn Not flullty rack bred free He it at last gocth but to array in becoming James F Carson a carpenter has ro blue or trot him the Hazel Green took two fair lust ribbons nt wccdB his youthful widow cently been appointed police judgo of yeur Lot him como up now and then in tho Hartford Ky Ills first caso camo up oypnine so that his days may bo more tho other day wherein a negro had whip Blue Grass Beauty plentiful in tho land and not so full of ped his wifo Tho judgo failed to swear This fine young stallion will also make troublo Exchange tho jury before whom tho caso was tild the season of 1SU1 nt the same place at 7 to Tho following is tho verdict rondored by INSUUK Thoso who never read tho advertise tho inouuy due when colt is foaled or filed Into tho court as ments in their newspapers miss moro roomjury Wo theyjury not being sworn mare is parted with with lieu on colt until tho season money is paid than they preBumo Jonathan Kcnsion find the defendant not guilty as charged Here is the equal of any colt in Kentucky of Nolan Worth county Iowa who had 15l hands hitli l years old the 7th of May bcon troubled with rheumatism iu Iuh Tho Philadelphia Times very perti- Â¬ brijjht bay with ood mane and the KrumU back arms and shoulders read an item nently asks What good will it do Hill est tail vou ever saw Goes at all the Klits in his paper about how a prominent if ho tried to face toward the White Siredby Kiiitle nieunon he by lllue Jeans German citizen of Ft MadiHon had been House in dolivoring hisspeoch so long as first dam Bird by Lexington one of the best mares in Montgomery county IMrd Is the cured Ho procured tho samo medicine ho turned his back on his party dam of two blue ribbon colts and has rack and to ubo his own words It cured ed a mile in three minutes Second dam the A neigh mo right up Ho also says celebrated Hiram Wilkerson saddle mare bor and hs wife wero both sick in t ed Heauty is a perfect model iu every respect with rheumatism Their boy was over Tft COME AND SEE THEMQA to my houso and Bald they were bo bad JFfA premium of 8 will be given for the that no had to do tho cooking I told best colt of either horse shown at the Hazel him of ChamborlainB Pain Balm and Green fair iu IMVJ RAY MQSS how it had cured mo ho got a bottle and March 13 lbfll nnd it cured them up in a week CO cent i bottles for sale by John M Hose THE MILD POWER OUREa n vSS - S Monoy Hpnut on Htruvt Iinprovonumt i No posaiblo expontlituro of public moneys will yield ono to nth of tho bono Dr IlumplirevtSprclflcaftrosctontlflcaUyandIn A tj V cnrofully iireiwuwl Ucmoill lit to a town that will result from the uet for jcam private prjclico and for over thirty ycara by tho laying of a good macadam or similar unttro suoeeM Erory duglu Spuclflo Q people with NSN V sitoolsl euro for tho Ulwnao iiamtHl 5v V Every live town is asking pavement Thoy ouro without lniKKlnKlurlui or rodurlng itself if it can afford tho necessary outlay tho lystom nnd Aro In faut ami Ucvu ttiotiovcrclgu lleuieillr of tho World Thcro con bo no doubt in this respect Tho oxnerlenco of hundreds of towns iu men cviu hit or munu W- Jtho laud provo that tho increase in taxes 1 Vercrd OonRrotlous Inflsmmatlona J5 23 3 VoriuH Worm Fover Worm Collo from tho onhanccd valuo of property is 3 TcothliiBi Collo Crylnir Wakefulness 25 greater than tho cxponso incurred J3 4 IMarrhoR of ClillUren or Atlulu J 5r c5 J3 5 Iyrntory0riplnK lillloiu Collo U5 R Ckolcira lUorbua Vomltltnf It will bo nn agreeablo surpriso to per- Â¬ U3 7 Cougfaa folds llronchltU sons subject to attacks of bilious colio to J1 8-- Neuraltila Toothache Kncoactio Hick lliailachn VertlRO IIoadaoho J3 learn that pronlpt relief may bo had by Dyspepiln JllllutuneM CoimtlpAtloa U3 lO taking Chamberlains Colic Cholera and SVv Huppreaand or Painful Perledn J3 II Whites Too lnfti lcrlodi 5 Diarrhoea Ilcmcdy Iu many instances 13 J3 13 Crmip ImrynultlH Hoanrnru tho attack may bo pro von tcu by taking 14 Hrtlt Uhenw KrylXlu Knipllons J5 VJ3 this remedy astjoon as tho first symptoms 13 llhcuiaatlanior Uhouniatlolnltu 23 ltl Malaria Chill ovvr And Auo of the disoaso appear 2 and CO cent US 17 IMenHllrd orliUHHllnit bottles for salo by John M lloso U3 lN OphthnlBiy Kore or Wtalc Ktm 10 Calarra InfliimuA Cold In tho Head US yuoor Uliitttnihlii UO WhooplBB toMuk J3 US Jl AalhMta Opprtuvd Ilnnthlnft A gentleman in Woostcr Ohio sets up UJ Kar Illacbargra InnxilnM Hrarlns J3 Knlnnred tho claim of having two sisters who aro J3 HcrnfulaDebility Qlandm BwvllltiK VI 3 rhklcalWcakmi 43 Jl tJcnornl and Kcanty Hccrvllon not in any way related to each other U3 lropay J3 The gentlemans father had a daughter 20 Srit SlcUneaa Hloknesi from Hiding- - VI 3 U3 37 Kidney Dlaoaaca by his first wifo Tho wifo died and ho VI 3 3D Horo niotilh or Canker married again leaving ono son tho gen Â¬ VJ3 au llrluary WeakucaaWettluKUod 23 31 lalnfMl 1orloda tleman in question Ills father died Utde la all ityloi and Ucs Llghtait VI 3 3 t IMphthorla UImtaUhI Sore Throat and his mother married a second hus itrongest caiot working tafeit itmplott V3 CouncatloHa ft Kruptloai 33 CbrBlo band one daughter being tho result of inoit accurate nost comiwrt and moit EXTRA NUMBERS I Tor alo bjr all dealer In arms modern tho union Each of tho daughters is of SH NcrroMn Debility Bemlnal Weak- Catalogues nulled f0 bf 18B tiiunr Involuntary DUchantiMi course a half sister to the son but thcro 33 lllnennesof the lleart ralplUtlonlBB Bt Vltua Danes is no bond of blood relation between tho a3 KpllepHy Spatnu 109 Tho Marlin Tiro Arms Co two sisters or inl Ml ilil on rrll n jirlc T DruMtU 8l New IUVTN Conn TJ S A Pa UiiMruiiTi M4VttH rati Our better halves say thoy could not lllrilKKTSMKDrOH1AllllTlltltRtNwTrk keep houso without Chamberlains Cough Homed It Is used iu moro than half tho homes in Leeds Sims Bros Leeds Iowa This shows tho esteem iu which that remedy ia held whero it has been sold for years and ia well known Mothers havo learned that thcro is IDINOFELDEll HAZEL OIL nothing so good for colds croup and THE PILE OINTMENT TVirPlle whooping cough that it cures theo Ktornal or Internal llltnd or Weeding KUtulAln Aikm IlvhlnKorlllcedlitjt of tho Itectum ailments quickly and permanently and Tba rolltf U luitnedUto tho euro verlalu that it is pleasant and Bare for children TglAIiSIZDgSOTS PRIOB 40 OTS to take 28 and GO cent bottlos for alc SolJ If Drujclti or inl olll on mtlft or rlc by John M Rose HiaruRxirximcoiUAUintwtMBiNtnTOHK Importers nnd Jobbers ot In Trout of Â¬ Â¬ wcnthor eucwlng contest A wonderful amount of Inter est Wf Ukeu in Its oflbr of 1 100 for llio guenwa to tlio coldest tlnv and tompertuw during February at Louto Mile Hiul much valunblo information l 8fiorcd by u8oribcra on tho aub 3i vHR cotcit has jiiNt bon decided twonty clRht lucky gucwcrn Jn UK Weekly Courlor ournal now makes nnothor oflbr on Mio same line For tho closest Kiiewea to tho amount of rniu tnt will fll at Loulavlllo during tho month of May tho WcoklyCourlor Jour iml will give f 1000 Thi money will ho IeU int0 nineteen nroJntH ono of 600 two of 100 each two of 50 cadi f four of 25 each and tea of 10 onch JJiROh Ruess must bo aqcompanicd by 1 ViWt for ono yeRrB subscription to tho weekly Courier Journal tho beat Demo Â¬ cratic papor published Tho ralivfall is eclentiflcally measured to tho bun drth part of nn inch Tho heaviest ratn fall in May during tho past twenty years was eoven inches and forty slx bundrcdtltH of an inch Tho lightcHt vns one inch even Tho measurements aro made by tho government officials of tho weather bureau nt Louisvillo Snm Io copies of tho paper with full particu- Â¬ lars of tho contest will bo sent freo to any address Writo at once na under no circumstances will any guoBtcs bo re-Â¬ ceived Rftor April 30th Address Weekly Courior Journal Louisville Ky popuwrnoto Wkly Courtor Jourtinl In ltd tow fih maim lvin vaii lmsatrucU lot AiNuturnl HiIiIko miles northwest of Palntsvlllo Sixteen nlrhiTfflid UffiAJKJ3JBLA ia to bo seen one of tho greatest natural curiosities iu Kentucky In tho nlctur During the entire week and until the entire lol is closed out our Mk ttilul fold Voun- csquo valley of tho Laurel fork of lllalno among tho high ellfis and towering pines iai n Pens go at 1 each as lone as they last We have one of these peusjlilled ready for nnd among the laurels is to bo seen what Call in and try it has been named by tho early inhabitants use Hock is a natural Unm Ham Hock Custom House Stjunro Ky brldgo- which In its grandeur surpasses tho natural brldgo of Virginia In its beauty and perfection it far excels the handiwork of man Tho dimensions of tho brldgo are length of span seventy l If V I U w warn a CTDCCT I IT VI llvo feet width forty feet thickness at CUHDT a w I cuds four feet thickness at center one i i r in ti i nr - -- o i rt u tm i TJ ii ck com a At i ilu uruiu in un iuuius imuuuuiwl r gmm ivrguim inuuia immii ihinum foot On ton tho bridgo is perfectly iioai smooth and level whllo underneath it JO u m to p in biipor from 5 to p in arches over as perfectly as if some sculptor had hewn it out Palntsvillo Times TZm sw MPTfiN FRED J HEINTZ ManufaoUiriri Jeweler eington flH m - Ff j EJTCIISiHC KITC aa i- WV tf fi iiui Â¬ VOysters Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken a Specialty Cft7H XctTJCCSAXCXFi TitK II in am oflico It will only cost CO cents and is Bold on a postivc guar- Â¬ You can relievo that headaoho you havo by buying a box of Megriminc at antee THE GRAND TWO enrr ran i ftixtxm i J 18 lxfpxiotx KY 20 aud 22 N UPPER STREET LEXINGTON Foreign Domestic DJry Goods - ft t HfrMILLIHERY AND DRESS HIKINQ- Grand Opening of Spring Dress Goods Every 1 Day EAGLE Â¬ UR CUSTOMERS recognizo tho fact that wo aro giving i no oost vaiuo ana snowing inoftigoai nssurLiiiuut ui Now and Sonsonablo DroHB GoodaTSilka Novoltios Vol Silk vota and Millinery of any liouBtiin Kontucky from China India and Japan Such stylos woro novor snown Hucn uoauiios woro novor soon pricos wu nuvur au iuw oui tho groat variety and novelty in our Fronch Bilks Satin DuoIiosh Moiro Antiquo JJrocadoa Stripes Poau do Sqje Zanzibars and Cha moloon oflocta Havo ovorv woavo known to tfi5 most famous makorM in Europe Our Gronadinos are a specialty awl our patterns can bo to welS I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ found no whore else Our Spring Woolens aro beautiful and our importations aro tho latost our stock tho largost and most variodjour stylos unoqualed Novelties in China and Japanese Draporios jf Embroideries Lacos and White Goods iulorvear Corsets and Hosiery India Linon Dimity Mulls Piquo Fwnoh and English Nain- Â¬ sooks Embroidered Swiss Artistic patterns in wash nmtorials DuckSaitings Galatea Cloths Pigurod Corded Muslin Zophyr Ginghams JRool Preach Organdies our own designs Such a rarely beautiful selection of thoso lovely goods woro novor shown by ono house bofdw Childrens Gingham and Muslin Drosses splendidly mado J monffis to S years Ready mado Eton Suit3 in black tailed bluo Shirt Waists Black Dross Goods tho best valuo tho best wearing tho most satisfac Â¬ tory aro tho Lupin weaves Wo havo Ono Hundred varieties to soloct from Storm Serges aro always romly Imperial Cords Jaoquards Molroso Honriottas Cropons and GranitolCloths Snring Capos cloth and lace Spring Jackots now stylesfjlght in weight lgw in I I Til - Â¬ prico Sarsaparilia ir AVERS ssasS 4 Tho largost stock of Jouvin Genuine KiaK loves in all lengths all colors tho finest made fP -- MILLINERY DEPARTMENT - 8els Wu -- Jlh ssas HUMPHREYS Tho largost stock of Millinery Goods in Loxington Specialties in Bonnets Hats Childrens Caps 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