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I- - K Jra im Established March SPENCER COOPER Ownorantl Editor J WP j 1885 and Mmlu Famous in tho Culobratod Story of Of ii Green Herald Jonathan and Ilia Continont t HU llnik by Max ORoll Nilty World XVUfi Now From All NtUlonn IumVrlnR 100 A YEAR Always In Ativans TENTH YEAH gtfofjfc YoV DO HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY Drovn Wlfo ami Son Away Hecauso his wlfo would not scud their six year old boy out to work John Mooro ran both of them out of tho house threat Â¬ ening their lives Ho lives at Ml East Main street Louisville Ky One after noon last week Mooro drank too much whisky Ho came homo and found his wife ironing Their son Johnny wad sit Â¬ ting on the floor playing with somo building blocks Mrs Moore says her husband threw tho blocksout of tho window Then sho says he seized Johnny by tho collar and shook him until tho hoy cried At that he made fun of tho littlo fellow and said that he ought to bo put to work Mrs Mooro said tho boy was too young to work Then Mooro said tho boy was too young to livo too and started into tho kitehon Ho soon eamo out carrying a long butcher knife When tho boy saw his father ho ran screaming into tho street Mooro did not attempt to follow his son but turned his attention to his wife Ho eluded her uguin for not making tho boy work and when she answered him ho threw tho knife at her The knife struck tho ironing hoard hesido her Whilo it was still quivering ho picked up a hatchet and startetl after her She ran with all her might for tho door pursued by her hus band When sho reached tho street a number of men who had been standing at Donahues saloon ran to her assistance They disarmed Moore who sworo at ami threatened to kill them Mrs Mooro and her sou went into a neighbors house She says sho is afraid of her lifo and believes her husband is erarv llov Mtu li ltulii Will full The Weekly Courier Journal hasstrtiek a popular note in its weather guessing A wonderful amount of inter contests the et was taken in its oiler of 000 for and closest guesses to the coldest day Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ THURSDAY APRIL 26 1894 NUMBER 5 YoUf CHOPPING A Lynching In HIrIU I Wrfc M7 D 0 CONSULT THE 3imm AfVtRTI5MEf1T3 incendiarism and at- Â¬ tempted murder occurred in Hlount county ten miles from Knoxvllle Tenn hint week A man named T J Shoe maker was arrested and lodged in jail at Maryvlllo charged with tho crime Af- Â¬ ter tiring two largo stock barns valued at 111000 ho entered tho residonco of James Anderson and by tho light of matches tired two shots at young Ander Â¬ A hold caso of Â¬ n azjEni Ml i LCXINCTON 3arasiiintiKiii ft loorgtuvii Texas Toxiim 4 VI Jj I et L Vuw J clerk while he was wrapping up some artificial flowers for her 0 how lovely she meant tho lowers of course Tho click of tho cotton planter and in rattlo of cultivators can now he everv direction Farmers are the most busily engaged at present I ever saw them in fact every business occupant semjcJo be full of new life and on the road to prosperity Somo few third partyites who are waiting for congress to enact laws that wil provide for them such things as they now stand in great need of aro doing but little Its right disgusting to hear somo women out hero talk third partyism They seeln as if they would bo greatly gratified if tho third party was only throng enough to make war upon the government Poor silly creatures Im tjuito sure it would take but very littje war to do them Let me Miy a word right hero to all young ladies if you have been accustomed to talking polities You never be guilty of the like again aro only making a display of your own ignorance which intelligence will spurn with contempt New counterfeit bank notes have been discovered at Fort Worth recently This time it is the ten dollar bill of tlic Fort Worth national bank that has been coun- Â¬ terfeited Among parties who received these bills are the Texas brewing com pany and tho Crawford dry goods company In both instances the bills were sent in with collections and the bogus money was readily detected and returned to tho unsuspecting owners who had been beat Theso bills were all made from tho photographs of genuine bills from which wSth the aid of acids was made what is termed a relief plate from the photograph Tho signatures of President JCTM Vanziindt ami Cashier X Harding woro forged on tho bill with pen and ink A conviction exists in the minds of many that these bogus bills wero all Inndejjn or near Fort Worth That there is a gnn engaged in shoving tho queer in theso prts is evident Matters have como to such n pass that every bill now presented is closely scrutinized and in many cases exports are appealed to before it is accepted No clew to the identity of tho shovers of tho money exists thus far Cashier T 0 Phillips of tho First National bank of Howie was in Fort Worth not long since looking after some counterfeit bills that had been passed in Fort Worth recently forged on tho bank in Howie Tho Dover hoys and Von Evans the accused would bo train robbers have decided not to have another examining trial but to remain in jail until the next regular term of court and then try to heat tho case Why they refused to give bond I do not know as they could easily till a million dollar bond if they wished to A very interesting meeting is being carried on at this place by How Nelson of the Methodist church Quito a num ber of icorgotowns fairest lowers have hccn in constant attendance and if there was a Kentucky hoy in town who did not attend it was on account of heart Everything is now quite lovely in Tho recent raina have made plenty of grass and u new spirit of enterprise pccius to exist The prairies are all covered over with hcaiitifttl flowers of almost every kind and color Indeed wo are very iniieh reminded of what the young hidv said to tho little millinery liinilltlrit Â¬ Hoth shots took ef- Â¬ son while ho slept All the stock fect but aro not serious in tho barns consisting of sovoral head of horses mules and cattle was burned When tho story of tho incendiarism and attempted murder becamo known tho farmers of tho surrounding country wero indignant and gathered a posse of one hundred strong armed to tho teeth In tho posso were two justices of tho peace who deputized tho entire mob as deputies to hunt tho would be assassin When tho mob had gone into tho mountains Shoemaker learning ho had not killed young Anderson went back to tho house to make another attempt at murder and was arrested The indignant farmets swear they will lynch him Shoemaker feigns insanity now but his actions were through spitecaused by being discharged from tho farm a short time ago Â¬ Vr MAnuH S f l w 24 W Main Street IIWI fTMnin - LIT MLk r 4 a - Tl t1 ih mxm rap 4 FOK-- hed Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tho corn that was replanted after the freczo in March is looking well and I think if wo havo a few lato rains there will bo somo corn made yet Tito plovers have como to eo us again and tho roar of shot guns would remind nu old soldier of war limes Wo now havo nlenty of garden vege tables How U taU to tho side of dear old Kentucky Texas is a beautiful country but there is nothing like that place wo call home Â¬ trouble May Tum IUkaid and its wnriliv udltor over bo found among good people WiMTiaiNHit April Ijl lDL Kontuvkv lu Hie Sulphur ami molasses reigned mipronioin tho spring time Nowadays wo taku Humphreys Specific No 10 for dyspep sia and all atonnioh troubles keeping the blood pure so that Honoring iloilug Is necessary For nc by ilriiggNti Â¬ luj ot Our OriiiKlniiitliors 00 two of 100 each two of 00 each four of 25 each and ten of 10 each Each guess must bo accompanied by 1 to pay for ono years subscription to tho Weekly Courier Journal the best Democratic paper published Tho rain fall is scientifically measured to the hun dreth part of an inch Tho heaviest rain fall in May during tho past twenty years was seven inches nnd forty six hundredths of nu inch Tho lightest Tho measurements was one inch even aro made ov me government omciais or Sam- tho weather bureau at Iouisvillc do copies of thqpaper with full particu ars of the contest will bo sent freo to Write at once as under no any address circumstances will any guesses bo re ceived after April 80th Address Weekly Courier Journal Louisville Kv A SUpiuolhorH Crlmo Tho most atrocious crime in tho history of Magollln county has just been com- milieu Aiiouiiureu inurs i rmu Kv on Middle Fork of tho Lick boy of Jell ing river tho illicit n prominent farmer was stran- Â¬ gled to death by his step mother Mr Oullett was away from home but arrived in a few hours after tho death of his son The boy had been ill for somo days past out was mucu ueiter on me insi evening of his life Tho family consisting of the woman the dead boy and a hired boy named Harnoy retired early and about midnight Mrs CSuIlott called tho hired boy and told him to go to a neighbors about a mile distant and tell them that When tho neighbor tho bov was dead got there ho found that it was true and on examining tho tinny loumi linger prints on his neck roul play was im mediately suspected and some inquiries tho woman made tho day beforo about tlieellect of certain poisons and her well known hatred of the boy cast suspicion upon her The coroner was called in a jury summoned immediately which ren dered a verdict of death by strangulation at the hand of the hoys stepmother The woman is now behind the bars of the county jail awaiting fur tho law to deal wiih her yiuimUoiiiM Wlilnky A negro named Douglas Wakefield living on the farm of Oswald Thomas in tho north part of Shelby county Ken tucky went to Enuuenee loaded up on menu whisky and returning home sought to raise a riilticuliy with ono Thurmon On a white tenant on tho same farm rtMuoinlruted with by Mr Thomas Wing the negro turned upon him and opened tiro with a revolver firing three shots one of which took envoi tu the lorearm tlng in irtiiier making n tloh wound lit trie l I n tttvntV VOHMHU OU Ol Mr a Thomas rushed Into Ho houM with bmhliol mul nwti shotgun loaded two oimrges into me uncru wiwab wounds which will probably result In dimth Wakefield wan taken tu 5ho villo nnd put In jail Ayori Hair Vigor rwtnros gray hair to Its original color makes U vigorous and abundant Â¬ Â¬ oniyL-rs-ville temperature during February at Louisville and much valuable information was gathered by subscribers on the subject This contest has just been decided there being twenty eight lucky guessers The Weekly Courier Journal now makes another oiler on the same line For tho elo est guesses to tho amount of rain that will fall at Louisville during the mouth of May the Weekly Courier-Journa- l will give 1000 This money will be divided into nineteen presents one of eleven-year-ol- d A Diu UoyH Iuolt Whilo a colored man named Orango Hrown was hunting cows near Paducah Ky ho stopped to rest at an old hollow stump Tho stump was loose from decay and ho began to listlessly pull it to pieces As he dil this to his surprise an iron teakettle became exposed Ho proceeded to investigate and what ho found was a M VWot R groat surprise Tho lid had become KTw imF fastened to the kettle by rust nnd was removed with difliculty when looking into tho kettle Hrown discovered bright shining gold coins bright in places out dirty and stained by the rust of the kettle in others He removed tho coins at once and found himself in possession of three 20 gold pieces fifteen 10 gold pieces and nine 5 coins amounting in all to 2f5 There was also in the kettle kr he said what appeared to have been a very largo roll of paper money probably greenbacks but boimr exposed to tho air fell to pieces being utterly worthless and Ho sim not capable of being unrolled ply caught tho figures of J0 as tho wad Co fell to pieces This is undoubtedly money that was hidden during tho war by somebody who never lived to roturn for it IIu IlclU tho Klilor 1iulor Vutr The Mormons havo beendiaving a great LCCCECCQ revival in Pocahontas county West Vir- Â¬ ginia It was baptizing day and hun Â¬ dreds gathered on tho ureenbriar river Wo havo an ologanl assortment of a few miles above Clover Lick Among tho converts to bo baptized was an enthusiastic man named Peterson who shouted Glory at tho top of his voice Just as tho elder dipped him ho seemed in to lose all control of himself and in a minute ho and tho elder wero struggling in each others embrace The elder was willing to let go but tho old man held to him evidently trying to drown tho oldor For fully ten minutes tho struggle kept up first ono would bounder tho water and then tho other Finally the AND elder was apparently played out nnd tho convert got him under tho water for good Ho held him there shouting that ho had drowned the flesh and tho devil Hy that timo men on tho bank had como to their senses and several of them rushed CDBBQCCD to tho man and forced him to let the elder go Tho cider was inscnsiblo ami Whon in Loxington dont did not como to for fully half an hour and ho is in a critical condition Tho fail to give us a call convert is violently insane and will bo sent to tho asylum r JJJJ T3M wv m7 rV W wt pr Â¬ wmssw AmrmWi 1 Â¬ uB Ross Jr LEXINGTON o 3 M Â¬ NOVELTIES O 1 n in Dress GoodsSilks i m w KID GLOVES CCCCBCCQ CiarkCDuniy Haiional BanR MAIN Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mot anil MiirrUtl tho Nuino Day name as Will Green went into tho Charity organization ono afternoon recently and said ho wanted aid Ho told Mrs Dccring ho and his father had started in a shanty boat from Hny City III on their way to West Virginia When they reached Pa ducah Ky ho says his father fell in love with a woman on another shanty boat moored near by Ho says his father saw tho woman in the morning and that the two woro married that night When they went to get married tho boy says ho went up in town Later ho returned to the river and found only ono shanty boat left That was tho ono to which tho woman had belonged Tho proprietor of it was swearing because the woman left him Tho boy says that when tho man saw him he started after him with a gun Tho boy ran away and has been tramping ever since Ho was sent to tho Wayfarers lodge but left when lie found ho had to wabhfor meals Courier Journal A boy who gavo his Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Masonville and Lonsdale Cotton 7ic yd Best Calicos 4ic yd Lancaster Apron Ginghams 4ic per yd CCCCCQBD STREET WINCHESTER KY Â¬ JOHN W IIKAN lrcaltlcnt I P CU11TI8 Cashier Surplus 100000 -- Capital Â¬ 200000 Undivided Prolits 35000 S Organized 1805 helng tho oldest bnnk In thu county Collection mndo on till points and your InuinckH solicited Wo aro Solo Agents for wincnesier WINCHESTER KY N H WITIIHRSPOON President 11 Fosters Kid Gloves D HUNTER Cannier Featiierbone Corsets and raid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 0000000 Tmii Moil KIIUkI seli f1 trjw irncin Philli thu r0imiiontlv 1 who figured so I alfiold ami McCoy Ulllinm I evins n detective Kentucky WtfW kiw ast Wl0j near Ha Virginia state line at iho head of the Simtly river hy tho Ulcketts boys who recently killed old man lcrrell in Logan omuitv West Virginia Phillips ami He vitus woro In pursuit of tho Hick It h not known whether tho otts hoy killing took pluiuj in Kentucky or Virginia h From tho uppur end of Piko county Kentucky comes the news that tho no Standard Patterns CCUKCCCO TIiIh Hank HolloltH the Recounts of mer Â¬ trudurn nnd IjukIiicms men chant forme enurnlly throughout Kiutorn Kentucky and oflcri ltn ouhtornorn uvery facility hu1 tho moKt Uheral terms within the limits of legitimate hanking ootl8ly V t0 WM B LOGAN CBRossJr Lexington u CO w Druggist and Bookseller WINOHK4TJCR KY your patronise tlio city Mall orderH roiifiyiiki4fttll 1m 1 Â¬ y mVpfeinlMnitt U to uA M aM 3jJ Hazel rr I 1 I f - to come hurtling down upon them Kor was tho fear entirely an llluHion for tho Imrrun valley was thickly VFENCER COOPXR PuWUher Htrcwn with trees and bowlders which Kvcn had fallen in a similar manner T i hazel queen KY us they passed a great roclc camp thun- Â¬ dering down with a hoarse rattle which woke tho echoes in the silent gorges AT NIGHT nnd startled tho weary horses into a The lrrlthonf gathers tho wlndBObs loud gallop I lioor tlto wooftlng raliti Ah tho sun rose slowly above the Tho Jjuvon U wlkl with scurrying cloud eastern horizon tho caps of the great And my heart with lt old pain mountains lit up ono after the other y my hearthstone tis lone like lamps at a festival until they How In it then with theo tls lonr were all ruddy and glowing The mag Â¬ My love my hrluo on tho cold hlllnlde nificent spectacle cheered the hearts in sound of tho moaning soar of the three fugitives and gave them Around mo stretches the Weak wild moor fresh energy At a wild torrent which Where i havo raatlo my homo swept out of a ravine thoy called a rho winds hand rftttles at tho door halt and watered their horses while rno winds voice whispers Como they partook of a hasty breakfast Tho racing clouds In tholr mad flight Lucy and her father would fnin have liccuon mo as thoy fjo rested longer but Jefferson Hope was Tho DtrcrtH nnd purnoao of tho nlcht Its end nndnlmt know They will be upon our inexorable Every- Â¬ track by this time he said Vast faBt bo they and all ono way speed Once thing depends upon our Wind rain and cloudy rack lo wrcp and rnvo on thy lono Bravo safe in Carson we may rest for the re- Â¬ And uyo to call theo back mainder of our lives During the whole of that dny they I open wldo tho rattllnjr door Wind ruin nnd cloud Htream froo struggled on through tho doilies and Across tho mtl6n of barren moor by evening they calculated that they 1 fly with them to thec were more than thirty miles from their -- Herbert K Clark In X Y Indopcndcnu enemies At night time they chose i the base of a beetling crag where the rocks offered some protection from the chill wind und there huddled to W4M gether for warmth they enjoyed a few hours sleep Before daybreak how Â¬ ever they were up and on their way w sm am ts i st 1 hey nnd seen no signs ot once more any pursuers and Jefferson Hope be- VVJA U L H I rIC gan to think that they were fairly out tlY ONYN DOYlH of the reach of the terrible organ izu tlon whose enmity they had incurred TAUT XX D little knew how far that iron grasp Green Herald lPiJ eu W I fiSff Wl 7MU h it i silent ravine Travelers for Nevada said Jef ferson Hope with his hand upon the rifle which hung by his saddle Thoy could see ine loneiy u inciter fingering his gun and peering down - nl them as if dissatisfied with their ro- Â¬ one who was not accustomed to face Nature In her wildest moods On tho uu him u great erag lowered up a thousand feet or more black stern and menacing with long basaltic columns upon Us rugged surface like the ribs of some petrified monster On tho other hand u wild chaos of bowlders nnd debris made all advance impossl blc Iletwcen the two rnn the irregu tir track so narrow In places that thoy hud to travel in Indian illo and so rough that only practiced riders could have traversed It at all Yet in spite of all dangers and dilllcultlestho hearts of tho fugitives were light within them for every stop increased tho distance hetweon them and the terrible despot ism from which they were flying They soon had a proof however tbajthoy were still in tho jurisdiction of The Saints They had reached the very wildest and most desolate portion of the pass when the girl gave a sturtled cry and pointed upward On n rock which overlooked the track showing out dark and plain against the sky there stood a- solitary sentinel lie saw them as soon as they perceived him and his military challenge of Who goes there rang through tho Â¬ fItAlT13 IV -C- ONTINUKI It was a bewildering route for any Â¬ he asked whoso permission Holy lour answered Ferrier The His Mormon experiences had taught him that that was the highest authority to which he could refer Nine from seven cried the senti- Â¬ IJy Seven from five returned Jeffer son Hope promptly remembering the countersign which he had hourd in the nel Â¬ garden Puss and the Lord go with you said the voicje from above Boyond this post tho path broadened out and the horses were able to break into a trot Looking back thoy could see the solitary watcher leaning upon his gun and knew that they had passed the outlying post of tho chosen people und that freedom lay before them OHAlTElt V I All night their course lay through in Â¬ tricate defiles nnd over Irregular and rock strwn paths More than once ihcylot their way but Hopes intl TnK AVKNUINO ANOK1S TIIEIR COUH8E LAY TI1K0U0U INTRICATE OKFIIKS mate knowledge of tho mountains en- Â¬ onco abled them to regain tho trwik scone more When morning broko A of marvelous though savage beauty lav before them In every tUrcction tho rcRt snow cimncd neaks Jammed them in pooping over oaoh others So stoop Bhouldors to tho far horizon were the rocky hanks on either aide of lAm iliat tlm larch and the nlno wrraod to ho suspended over their luttl mid In tiiuxL unlv r Lut af lutl T PERSONAL AND LITERARY was almost dark before he again found signs of festivity lie was still specu himself in u deille which was familiar luting as to what this might mean The French chemists are experi to him Even then it was no easy mat- Â¬ when ho heard the clatter of horsea menting with cold and in a recent ter to keep on the right track for the hoofs and saw a mounted man riding test it was shown that a dog would As ho approached he moon had not yet risen and tho high toward htm die at ninety eight degrees below zero cliffs on either side made the obscurity recognized him as a Mormon named while a snail could live lo one hun more profound Weighed down with Cowper to whom ho had rendered tired and ten degrees belov his burden and weary from his exer- services at different times He there- Â¬ The simplest way to tell Iron from tions ho stumbled along keeping up fore accosted him when he got up to steel Is to pour on the metal a drop oi his heart by tho reflection that every him with the object of finding out nitric acid and allow it to act for one stop brought him nearer to Lucy and whittLuey Ferriers fate had been On rinsing with water a I he said minute am Jefferson Hope that lie carried with him enough to in Â¬ gravllsh whlto statu will be seen U sure them food for the remainder of You remember me is iron a black one if it ia The Mormon looked at him with un- Â¬ themolal their journey lie had now come to the mouth of disguised ustonlshment Indeed it was steel Henrik Ibsen the Norwegian au the very defile in which he had loft dlfilcult to recognize in tills tattered unsmall mirror and comb thorn Kven in the darkness lie could kempt wanderer with ghastly face nnd thor carries a to time ho glances at his recognize the outlines of tho cliffs fierce wild eyes the spruce young and from time part of tt appears to be any which bounded it They must lie re Â¬ hunter of former days Having how- hair and If forthwith combs It Into the himself as to his in place he flected be awaiting him anxiously for ever at last satisfied to pictures of htm he had been absent nearly five hours Identity the mans surprise changed to disorder that Imparts that scared expression In the gladness of his heart he put ins consternation Archduko Ihigene of Austria who he You are mad to come here hands to his mouth and mudo the glen the It Is as much as my own life was a year ago a candidate forwent reecho to a loud hallo as a signal that cried which lie was coming lie paused and listened is worth to bo seen talking with you archbishopric of Olmutz his par for an answer None came save his There is a warrant ngainst you from to a cardinal who has taken with him peasants to live own cry which clattered up the dreary the Holy Four for assisting the Ter- ents Jewish in bis nahice has accepted tho com silent ravines and was borne back to riers away mand of an infantry brigade stationed I dont fear them or tholr warrant his ears In countless repetitions Again at Olmutz he shouted even louder than before Hope said earnestly You must know Jlret Harte although past fifty and and again no whisper came back from something of this matter Cowper I the friends whom lie had left such a conjure you by all you hold dear to an- in poor health is a very handsome We have al man His face retains an appearance short lime ago A vague nameless swer a few questions dread came over him and he hurried ways been friends Kor Gods sake of youth while his hair is silvery He has a slender figure and an whUe onward frantically dropping tho pre- dont refuse to answer mo He is a Mormon asked un- erect and graceful carriage What is it the cious food in hisagitntiou He quick When lie turned the corner he came easily The very rocks clubman and much sought after in society but goes out infrequently full in sight of tho spot where the tire have ears and the trees eyes William Watson tho Knglish poet hod been lit There was still a glowWhat has become of Lucy Ferrier mg pno or wood ashes there out it had She was married yesterday to young has entirely recovered from his recent do- - Drebber evidently not been tended since his Holdup man hold up you attack of insanity and is writing once parture The same dead silence still have no life left in you more with all his accustomed grace With his fears rciirncd all round Dont mind me said Hope faintly and charm His new poems among changed to convictions he hurried on He was white to the very lips and had which are some very powerful sonnets There was no living creature near the sunk down on the stone against which will soon be published in the London Married you paper- - and have already been copy remains of the fire animals man he had been leaning i righted in America gone It was only say maiden all were too cleat that some sudden and terrible Married yesterday thats wha The first President Harrison the disaster had occurred during his ah those lings ore for on the Endowment Tippecanoe of historic fame left sence a disaster which had embraced house There was some words be inny descendants two of whom live them all and yet had left no traces be- - tween young Drebber and young In Washington They are named ReyIvind it Stungorson as to which was to have nolds and they have in their posses Theyd both been in the party sion a hie hair cloth armchair that Ilewildered and stunned by this her blow Jefferson Hope felt his head spin that followed them and Stangerson was given to Tippecanoe by the la round and had to lean upon his rifle to had shot her father which seemed to dies of Indiana It is very uncomfort save himself from falling He was es give him the best claim but when able as there are great raised flowers sentially a man of action however and they argued it out in council Drebber done in worsteds and an American speedily recovered from his temporarj party was the stronger so the eagle in beaded work impotence Seizing a half consumed prophet gave her over to him No one Recently published pictures of Pud piece of wood from the smouldering wont have her very long though for erewski show that his remarkable hir tire he ldew it into a flame and pro- - I saw death in her face yesterday She sute development was not congenial i ceeded with its help to examine the is more like a ghost than a woman At least in the portraits of him at the little camp The ground was all Are you off then ages of three and ten there are no inQvjiL- stamped down by tho feet of horses Yes Im off said Jefferson Hope dications of an extraordinary growth Je-Vshowing that a large party of mounted who had risen from his seat His face of hair in fact at those ages his hair HK SAW THK OII1 MAN AND THK VOlXO men had overtaken the fugitives and might have been chiseled on c mar was straight and short but by the time rum citoremxti ovkk tuk iua7ino the direction of their tracks proved lie reached eighteen his head had be IUIK that thoy had afterward turned back gun to assume the appearance that is Had they now familiar to the music loving pubcould reach or how soon it was to to Salt Luke City companionscarried back both of his with lic close upon them and crush them A A Â¬ 1 ialusha A Orow just elected About the middle of the second day them Jefferson Hope had almost per must havo from Pennsylvania of the flight their scanty store of pro- - suaded himself that they upon an ob is one of the most interesting living visions began to run out This gave done so when his eye fell every nerve of his links connecting the present with the the hunter little uneasiness however ject which made him A body tingle within little way past When ho entered polities Lin for there was game to be had among on one side of tho camp was a low- coln and Sherman wore country law- Â¬ the mountains turn be mni frequently m K yers Grant an obscure captain on tho before had to depend upon his rifle for ssnreillynot V eU1f l before 1 here Pacific coast and Garfield a mule the needs of life l noosing a shel- - was no icing u ioi nnyuiing ouia misin driver on the Ohio canal lie saw Clay tered nook he piled together a few newly dug grave As the young huntvr and Webs tor in their old age aim Sum Â¬ dry branches and made a blazing fire approached it he perceived that a stick ner and Kverett in their prime Mr at which his companions might warm had boon planted on it with a sheet of i liitiiv vnu fti flint iri lww tii mvlt Grow will be seventy one next August W WX l in the lvi lhoMml abovt tho h0H lovel paper stuck upon cleft fork of it The inscription HUMOROUS hitter and ki en Hav but lo the point the paper was brief ing tethered the horses and bade Lucy He Darling do you If now what adieu he threw his gun over his John KKniiinu i beautiful face yon have She shoulder and set out in search of What are looking glasses for Char FOKMiaitV OK SALT IAKK ITT whatever chance might throw in his ley Roston Transcript DONT MINI ME SAID HOlK FAirTlY way Looking buck he saw the old Died August I IBM I suppose man and the young girl crouching over ble so hard and so set was its exprojj accustomed to Count Bogus has been having everything of the blazing lire while the three ani The sturdy old innn whom lie had sion while his eyes glowed with a the best about him Of course dtar Â¬ mals stood motionless in the back left so short a time before was gone baleful light you see he was head waiter in piw M ground Then the intervening rocks then and this was all his epitaph Where are you going the leading hotels for yea rs Inter hid them from his view Jefferson Hope looked wildly round to Never mind he answered und Ocean lie walked for a couple of miles see if there was a second grave but slinging his weapon over his shoulder Tramp You tiro very kind In giv through one ravine afteranother with- Â¬ there was no sign of one Lucy had he strode off down the gorge and no in me - the dinner sir Citizen out success though from the marks been carried back by their terri- Â¬ away into the heart of the mountains to Never mind my poor man I dont upon the trees and other indications ble pursuers to fulfill her original the haunts of the wild beasts Among Cleveland Plain he judged that there were numerous destiny by becoming one of the harem them till there was none so fierce an I want any return Dealer bears in tho vicinity At last after of the elders son As the vountr fel- - so dangerous as himself Why do you think you will make twoor three hours fruitless search he low realized the certainty of her fate to hi continued your boy an orator was thinking of turning back in do and his own powerlessness to prevent Because he has a loud voice But a loud voice is not spalr when casting his eyes up it he wished that he too was lying AnlmuH mh liuroiuotrrx It is considered so ward he saw a sight which sent a with the old farmer in his last silent N Y If a cat sneezes or sits in the fender oratory Press thrill of pleasure through his heart resting place or washes her head behind her earit is On the edge of a jutting pinnacle Again however his active spirit a sure sign of rain Before the apWell said the operator to tho three or four hundred feet above him shook off the lethargy which springs proach of a storm eats have frequently market how do you feel Bully there stood a creature somewhat re j from despair If there was nothing rubbed themselves against some con replied tlie market Alas cried i lie sembllng a sheep In appearance but else left to him he could tit least de venient object very often the writers operator this is more than I can armed with a pair of gigantic horns j vote his life to revenge With indom leg bear Indianapolis Journal The big horn for so it is called was itable patience and perseverance Jef The goat utters a peculiar cry before I made a fool Â¬ myself actlng probably as a guardian over a ferson Hope possessed ulso a power of rain If rats and mice make much terday said Chollyofhi tones again yesof contriflock which were invisible to the nun sustained vindictiveuess which he may noise it indicates rain If a dog eats tion Really said Chollys sister tor but fortunately It was heading in j have lent nod from the Indians among grass in the morning it will surely rain You are becoming very unnecessarily the opposite direction and had not per- - whom he had lived As lie stood by before night If a bull goes to pasture energetic Washington Star ceivod him Lying on his back he the desolate fire he felt that the only first it will rain if tho cows precede A Definition Sands He may bo rested his rlflo upon a rock and took a thing which could assuage his grief him the weather will be uncertain worth a million but lie is about the long and steady aim before drawing would be thorough and complete retri Sheep are known in Wales to ascend tho trigger Tho animal sprang into button brought by his own hand upon the hills and scatter themselves before windiest old blowhurd I over saw Brix the air tottered for a moment upon his enemies His strong will and un clear weather but If thoy bleat and motion Yes a sort of a million air in Detroit Free Press the vilpo of the precipice and then tiring energy should he determined seek shelter snow is expected Sailor French Friendship came crashing down into the valley be devoted to that one end With a do not like cats and they have a say Are you go grim white face be retraced his steps ing that when a cat is frisky she has a ing to the opera to night asked a beneath No wo had tickets but wo The creatun was too unwieldy to i to where lie hud dropped tho food and gale of wind in her tail When n dead Parisian lift so tho hunter contented himself having stirred up the smouldering lire calm becomes monotonous sailors have were afraid of bombs and we gave with cutting away one haunch and a he cooked enough to last him for a few been known to throw a eat overboard them to some dear friends of ours l Hallo part of tho flank With this trophy days This lie made up into n bundle to raise tho win Jillson says that with all duo re- Â¬ hastened to re- - and tired as he was ho set himself to over his shoulder he Hogs run with sticks and straws in traoe his steps for the evening was al walk back through the mountains upon their mouths before cold weather and spect for the old proverb when the average servant girl guts through with ready drawing In He had hardly the track of the avenging angels carry leaves to make warm bed c For five days he toiled footsore and There Is an old proverb that pigs can a piece of valuable started however before he realized it is tho dittlculty which faced him In his weary through the defiles which lie see the wind as thoy are restless am generally to late too mend Ruffalc Courier eagerness ho had wandered far past had already traversed on horseback squeal loudly Dofore a storm The ravines which were known to him At night he flung himself down among sailors call a stormy northwistiithe It is all wry well for the minister to preach from tho text Remember and it was no easy mnttor to piok out the rocks and snatched a few hours of cast nose N Y Journal tho path which he had taken The vul- - sleep Lat before daybreak ho was al Lots Wife snid an overworked dis Â¬ Tho Collar Ilnnr loy in which he found himself divided ways well on his way On the sixth couraged matron butl wisli he would In school was a diminutive bov now give us an encouraging sermon nnd subdivided into many gorges i day ho readied the Faglo canyon from which were so ltko each other that It which they had commenced their ill called Dottle Tho teacher had ben upon the wifes lot Lowell Courier Thence he could look having a little talk with tho children was impossible to distinguish ono from fated flight Carrie George Is evidently very tho other Ho followed ono for a mile down upon the home of the Saints about the collar bone Finally she much in love with me Ho tells mo Who can tell me the use of the there Is hardly a moment in tho day or more until ho came to a mountain Worn and exhausted he leaned upon said torrent which he was sure that he had ins rule and shooic his gaunt hand collar bono that J am not In his mind Aunt Dot tins hand waved vigorously umi Mary never seen before Convinced that he j fiercely at tho silent widespread etty Dont you believe a word of U no iookoii ax it ho upon Doing asked he triumphantly an- - Carrie TJiereis nothlncr lu It mo wrong uirn no incu ucacuui aim u as had taiccn another hut with tho same result i observed that there were flags in Muni nounccd Iths the hone our JoPir ton Transcript ilit wn iusi iff on rapidly and It of the prr ipil streets and uthcr w tht on1 Youths CoiaoAnion I Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A i 41 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ r Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ O j Â¬ I I Â¬ krffcfy A j Â¬ I fl iiii Â¬ 1 ut 1 - Â¬ Â¬ j j Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i I Â¬ j j l bric-a-bra- 1 - f ai J I i 8WWftri in ii fi im urr L Miai I A -- c i- - - - - - - mmatf0 -t- -4 n w T dt A I n USEFUL AND SUGGESTIVE constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Carols taken internally actlnjr directly on tho blood and mucous surfaces or the system thereby destroying tho foundation disease nud giving tho patient quarter or tho by building up the eoiiMitutlou salt P1 ll buttered strength and assisting nature la doing its work Tho m t0si00nful a paj f wnnn wtller ud proprietors havo bo much fnilh In its rcn that they offer Ono Hundred Zuf vw CI llMt lrm the powers Dollars any case that Von fancycut ln very thin Bend for for of testimonials It falls to cure list nU or shapes Putin Address Cmxrr Co Toledo O tmou arm ond Home ErTKold by Druggists 75c -- Currant IMe Fresh or Halls Family Pills 3 cents canned ripe currants may be used If fesh use Not Any Moan So Ho I feel more one cup currants and out half cup wa Â¬ timid to night than I ever did before Do I ter f0r -pe f cunncd look It She No you look just the same w onc thlra juice use one and as usual1 Detroit Free Press one alf cups two beaten Â¬ Ilustrnu Fitiltirot ing teaspoonful of corneffs one heap starch one cup Wo can mention no failure more disas Â¬ f huiyar Hake in one crust and cover trous than that or physical energy It la Willi a inerinne Karm I leld and volves t lie partial suspension of tho dlgcstivo I ircside ami assimilative processes and entails tho from business of tho lleui Soup Soak a pint of white retirement Only through tho good liver and kidneys ollfccs of Deans in soft lukewarm Hostetters Stomach Hitters can the water over tion of its former vigorous status borestorahoped nurht Put them in a kettle the next for When this aid has been secured a re onunir with three quarts of or activity in tho water and one pound of salt pork cold sumption may bo relied uponstomach liver Tho Hitters Hoil and bowels conquers malaria and kidney trouble slowly for three hours keeping the kettle well covered Add a little Tr nil tho devils were cast out of some celery and cayenne pepper simmer people they would look like walking skele Half an hour longer strain through a tons univesion vows olaudcr and serve JJest of Alt Ginger Snans l On nn W r i1111- To cleanse tho system In a gentle and truly ter one cup of brown sugar one table bcrptlcial manner when the Springtime spoonful of ginger one cup of mo Â¬ comes uso tho truo and perfect remedy lasses spice to taste one teaspoonful oyrup oi v ips uue nouio win unswer ror all tho family and costs only 50 cents tho of saleratus Hour enough to make it largo size 51 Try it and bo plcascd Manu Mitr before rolling it out 2 Kight factured by tho California Fig Syrup Co eups of Hour two cups of sugar two only Mips of molasses one and one half cups WircsTvnu you want invisible blue Just of shortening two eggs one table try to find a policcnan Lowell Courier spoonful of soda ginger cloves or sin iiumon Ohio Farmer How My Throat IIcuts Vhv dont you Stuffed leefsteak A thick slice of sse Hales Honey of Ilorchound and Turf round steak is best for stuffing Pre Â¬ Pikes Toothache Drops Cure in ouu lniuuto pare the dressing us for turkev and who put this Band in tho popper spread it over half of th- - nLouk Turn boxJohnnt did I What for Pop said if back the other part ana sew together tho snnd man didnt attend to business and elosely Season the outside with salt make tho baby go to sleep to night hod 0 1 got that ready In case the sund and pepper sift over a little Hour and craydidnt come man Harpers Bazar place it in a Hal bottomed kettle or stew pan in which is previously heated doan pay to Uncle Fben a tablespoonful of butter Cook not loseHit tcmpidi an said natur am agrot good yob too fast until both sides are browned blcssiu to a community But dab am co Ihen add a teacupful of water cover sions when er man hcz ter git mad or be a Washington Star closely and let it simmer until very liypocrit tender Take it up now remove the rxrxiKcrrn Efitct Poor Woman to stitches add a little thickening to the cheap scrivener who has just read out to gravy and when scalded pour it over her tho bevgiug petition she had ordered bursting into Eh man Id never tlie meat or if preferred serve from a ha believed I tearsas badly off as all that was tureen Orange ludd Farmer UUUlSdlU IVU1U -- Hoiled Indian Pudding Two cups Smvii Hoy fas grocer pouts molasses Into Indian meal one cup white Hour one lug on Here mister you half cup finely chopped suet one tea- havent cold morning got all tho molasses out of that spoonful salt one quarter cup mo Â¬ measure Grocer Thats all right sonny lasses two cups dried apples one pint there was some in the measure liefore hot milk or water Soak the apples in Nowpurt Daily News warm water until soft chop the suet Maiiii Oh I was so very very sorry to until fine sift meal Hour and salt to find you out when 1 called yesterday Mvr gether add the suet then the apples tylla I too regretted it of course Hut do tell mo why you were so very very which may be chopped if preferred Marie Hecauso Id just seen you mix well while dry then add molasses sorry enter tho house live minutes ljoforc and rinse out the cup with the hot Vogue milk or water Wring a pudding cloth I tell ye pbnt out of hot water Hour the inside slight OToori Flaherty but ly and put the pudding into it tie it itsdoin mo heart good tho way that by Patsy av mino is getting along Ho urn leaving plenty of room for it to tolls me ho is cominaftertho to front ivory day Defore mixing the pudding Flaherty swell Sure thats good Denny Phat OToole have read on the stove a large pot of is Patsy inimtfod in dnin then I tinlc ho be boiling water and keep the waicr boil hotel sure do - callin It hell by at a big browning King Cos intrallthe time the pudding is cook- Monthly ike One ami a half cups uirar two cups sour cream thrco Wrs one small tctspoonful soda lis Miwctl in a luaspoonfnl of boiling wa Â¬ ter one cup of Hour Mix thoroughly niMUs- - Alwy measure Uoui boforo Karmer -C- onsomme IJoat two cirirs mid two tablcspoom ulsof mlllc a -- Cheap 100 Rnwnrtl 9100 Tho render of this paper will bo pleased to loam that thcro is at least ono dreaded alsonso that scionco has been able to euro in ilUtsBUiRcH and that Is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Curo is tho only positive euro cnown to tho medical rraternllv Catarrh bjlnga constitutional disease requires a hflifrInir curative-- 1 1 1 j Are roa Golnjr to California to Attend tho Mltltrlntr Fair If so rend this On account or the Midwinter FnlrnOw bolnj held nl San Fran laco tho Uig Four Route has phu oil In oflu t vcuv low katib from am points on Its great system of rail- Â¬ roads to San Frnmisco Los Angeles San Diego and other principal points in Califor nia and tho West Northwest and South Â¬ west and will sell tickets via cither of Its thrco gateways St Loci Chicago on ProuiA with return limit until April Jtuth 1MM Solid vosibuled trains run dally to each of theso cities with elegai sleeping cars private compartment buiTc sleeping cors parlor cars and dlntngcnrstud afford Â¬ ing u cholco ot routes from Clovelnnd Cin- Â¬ cinnati Columbus Springfield Dayton Indianapolis and Intermediate points This excellent service is unexcelled hv any other line and all persons going to California this winter should by all means consult tho nearest representative of the Big Four Ilonto for rates and all other information pertaining to the Great West U D Maiitin O P and T A E O McCoumick Pass Traffic Mangr Cincinnati O Â¬ Â¬ T Highest of all in leavening strength Utut 0 1 6w Fwil Iljttt M - RoYal ROYAL BAKING POWDtR CO Powder ABOLIUTEEY PURE v Baking Mr Parsons what did Bona say when he first saw Ruth Young I dont know unless ho asked her Man not to step on his corn Lifes Culcndar 910 Tint 8 Lb Yoino Lady Economy requires that in every receipt calling for baking powder the Royal shall be used It will go further and make the food lighter sweeter of finer flavor more digestible and wholesome 10 WALL ST NEW YORK Â¬ A Â¬ I -- 20 J hundred bushels Its a wonderful oat sorts field corn yielding 80 to 180 bushels per acre k IF 8c postage to the above firm you will receive sample package of above oats and their farm seed catalogue k A FBATHEit from tho dovoawlng someANorus hasnt any sport in em said Willis as the snow fell softly on tho lawns times guides tho nrrow that pierces her If they had stead o sendm snow down breast Horns Horn In flakes theyd make balls of It au have some fun Tkacheu Harpers Bazar What is a right anglol Boy Two straight lines nround a cornor Â¬ Hallo Tommy Mts Wallow tho teacher Â¬ 1 see you whispering with tho boy next lieves that in 1804 he can grow from ono did iust now you ANTI RHEUMATIC AND HALMS Tommy No maam bushel of Great Northern Oats thrco Your buck was turned Chicago Record ANT1 GATARRHAL CHEWING GUM This remarkable almost unheard of yield was reported to the John A Sal ter Seed Co La Crosse Wis by Frank Winter of Montana who planted ono bushel of Great Northern Oats carefully tilled and irrigated same and be- Oats from Oon Due Seed i X Â¬ with YOU WILL CUT TUI8 OUT AND BEND IT Sun This Is so sudden Mr Bondly You Ho must plve mo time Ill discount it flvo per cent for cash How docs that strike you f Detroit Free Press Yoc seldom get cold facts in a heated gument- - Elmira Gazett ar- I Curat and PreytnU ItlioumtUUra Indlseitloo jippiii ueariDurn uaurrn ana Aium Useful In Malaria anil Koreri Claanisi the i Tooth and 1rotnoiei ttio AnpetlU Hweetont mo uream uura mo Touncoo uaoit sn- doraod by the Medical Faculty Bend for 10 13 or Cfltu package OKO R HALM lie con Yincea MOW 20th St HetT Tork In Lawtfu8 OrFicc Senior Partner Shall wo go out and tako something Junior Partner -- From whom Vogue ALL nGHES OF JOINTS NERVES AND MUSCLES AsuonTcotn if neglected often attacks the lungs Ukowns Bmoncuiai Tiiociies give suro and Immediate relief 25 cts It hurt to CHJ the whole world for any man not reach his very highest best Rams Horn 5T JACOBS OIL WILL cure and promptly hustles tr th u4 r vsc8S38JSg38J88SS Skin Eruptions and similar annoyances are caused by impure blood wnich will result in a more dreaded disease Unless removed slight impurities will develop into serious maladies SCROFULA ECZEMA SALT RHEUM I have for some time Teen a sufferer from n severe troublo for which I took manv remedies lint did mo uo good I hivo now token four Ixitllea of wlih tho most wonderful results Am cnJoyiiiKtlio bout health I over knew linvo caltied twenty pounds nnd my frlendt uny they noveroaw mou welL Mood I ARE THE RESULTS OF cnrJYi5Djt8ENpJou nt in which th itnnotar Co did ftlnaulnt Ik O0tO in Ihii work inl did not furnlth tr chtrt for th cntir cir tltlifr tf turn u intd far th kJi into which thil notmouiipondltut put Ar you curloui to know why thil Urlth Aityoucuilouilo knowhow th Atrnolor Coetmt midtt Inf mtk bdtock htrd Unn prlett lon Ufort hud tiro Th ipUnUon li this Th Atrmolor Co fortuw tht torn hint Ulttr thn ptlntinf wm rqulrd ud foxtuw lht Ut llinri wer cominr rtoois tiik iKitiioTOR co ronrsEra jmiCirVTEM IT KNOWS 1TIUT IB CO Ml HO IT IOTf HIUT RIIOIID BB tOHIRO IT BROTTS IN AI1TAKCK WHIT itndt4 loodi firtt tlo u it ihub Th 1J IT BUOCIU Â¬ Â¬ DO lllco u nnw man JOHN S KDHUN Govcrnmeut rrlntlng Onice Washington D- - C TrcaUte on Blood ami Skin rheaC3 mailed free to any address SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta aii feeling iulto Bad Blood ga inrn it In tli ion by Ourt It In th prtttnt th future If UtHit comolttion tt found in th dttkey t ittUmtnt Afur w ha don ter to h a hivbcn than a nelbr wai and tr doln a thln and it li known to b Uitcnly thintts W can do It du certain llttlapipini olci art hoard taylni If vnu will pay ua mouth rnone to da It W to mad mJi th Ktefl Windmill lnilni hop tothe nodal tp- rtmoltly an only whirl the brtt ot our linitatort prnarh and ill their endeavor tn tpproach it armtlll weakly tv priinentiiic nl the tipenia cflhi uner Hut to return to our Why did we do ill Thei normout outlay for tWtniiinr Â¬ n rnorraoui follow li knomi but li nut DO ot thli It quantity utJlo l tn or mlcht ht bo had h didnt know It li all In th put Ilia ba hu normom hi tinloodi and aood gtodi futory nd turai Ml othr V mS8 Â¬ fHfc POT INSULTED THE KETTLE BECAUSE THE COOK HAD NOT USED TTK nVIMI Itlli IIFST tTF KNOtT RKUtltU- I In l tWH OK CO IT and we tliev n know belter than anybody We know that thin rolal etpoted to Ike air will not I of t nlra ytranlied but it propeily Etltanlred will lat and bprac Uaibed who galraiilted will Uit HI doct It tttt pamttdf Hut Vally at ood at new llnw lonit he barbed wire It an eighth ef tn Inrli thick wlillt tome of i i tteil urd in the anei ot windmill it from a thirty i cotut to anaty fourth ut annrli thick and thrrafore would only fton a fourth to an elhh at lone at the hartwd wire li in nuat but thoy tr not equal th lliel Itirr tlinls i t I lui hibt punclicd throufh it and it riveted to thicker r ill vr it yfn irm J Â¬ Tin little boy had como in with his clothes torn his hair full of dust and bis face bear ing unmistakable marks of a severe conflict Oh Willie Willie exclaimed his mother CiiKtarri 1rlttern you have disobeyed me again How often A custard fritter is a very delicate have 1 told you not to play v tth that wicked Measure out a cup of milk Suipleford borf savory Mamum said Willio add it to half a cup of flour pouring wiping tho blood from lib nose do I look 11 i hud boon playing with anybody iJie milk over it very gradually to make aa Voguo a smooth batter Then add a well beaten egr and cook the latter in a DRKI double boiler for twenty minutes At the end of this time add two yolks of eggs a pinch of salt and a tablespoon ful of sujjar het the mixture boil over the stove for a minute or two longer beating it carefully to thoroughly mix pan oi into a long it Pour it to spread greaseddepth of it to the proper size one inch Let it become thoroughly chilled it is just as well to stand over i night The JU t day cut it in long pieces about two inches by three dip then in fine bread t it in beaten handling it very gently as it crumbs j is soft Fry it in hot fat until it is a caB KIDNEY LIVERS blcaudr0r delicate golden brown and serve at once Those are delicious fritters when flavored with a very little bitter al nmk or some irratcd oranire peel Joints or lilji pediment in urine like Ink k dust They uny be made into an excellent frLtpicut calls or teteiit Ion rhfiimntlsiii savory fritter uy omuimg mu sugar and adding a tablespoonful of Parme Dlubctes dropsy Fcanty or liiuli colored uriue san cheese and a pinch of cayenne pep- mm rrroullcH9 Sfrve Willi a Hill k 1I BtlngIiiK8eiiatlonswliMi voiding distress pre mesan cheese St Louis Republic 6iiio in the purl urethral Irritation stricture AVitHhliiR th Iliinil Jrnnan physician Bloat or dark circles undor the eye toiiKUO f Afconlinfr to of washinir the hands is not nn coated constipation yellowish eyeballs fthc art Guurnntfc 1fMcoutctitnof Onollottle If uutbencflted t easy one To insure absolute clcanli IU refund to jou tin irice uld be first carefully DrucRlxtn hess the hands must At DrusglbU 50c Size 100 Size vvaslietl with potash soup and water Inrauds Ouldo to Health frco Cimnxllatlon tree solution and then with a Dn KiiMFit i Co Hinohamtov N Y acid or one per thousand of carbolic solution of corrosive sublimate or chlorine water When tlie tinker uailR are dry ami break easily vaseline Yours for Security rubbed on after washing the hands a world of jjod Manicures will do the De Lone first butho the hand a lonjr time in hot lioil five hours and molasses Morton Jlobe ing cat hot with Â¬ GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS SAPOLIO SHOULD be used in every KITCHEN BSwBBJSSSikSSS ThoneonrlantlntnAlrprnntBTii r SAPOLIO a pern it niTe vt the thin pirtt it onto crtrki th paint The Mbiai arouid the rtvitt and water at mice c J in and rutt quliklytet metal tnd put auay thetlnn psrlt S me liaMMitc I palntinc tine TUit tf court li n t ii black ruclt t an I mnim wtr t infil ieipn Mi cut cdji of the caKauif nTLtectM Hi III IIl tUll TIIK V ir- - U innnllatMlV in a pnr panned nnreu nro yuvaninu ntininti cairaa unld pay If n d tieftire brlnr put loellir i double price rur II u lae otii I Lnon a u d kuovr MKiXMkr 7iv ill I bat luck ha I dut are priet tany fe AiSlVitiP rd rlined eita unl lu anlklug Mdonllb lb era MOrlhltfi w ry Tjnjfxrwr K LMERS lixrllrtt Vcf cLibep pLjf Oct 1 lierr Ell IlndlRh tit t or uhj In IS du7and cat iPiJvKlL AwItSSLSsvi aniPlo alSU0 for 7o POtco CaUloffuo oloao 6c for pottagt i eeda for tho million SStiUrn J ifcJti1arbc-t-ciXM Vtvetalil othiy doutiltinll Jlrlilsl TiyHfor bnftwjwf hnTltwiw 1531 and bo lnTvyWMMSto3m nwiTtvS liKliHfi PpiSiCKj fcyJJSIB KyfijdiMTlB WmWv Atf fotaf Mkttlv I1M M MW -- niMijnB mm I Kikjm JB svmt 4 AWttsr hen TtHJUr ct ntctiot XlHr XukTH i Siiffit2rrt LM1 nvHarr i uirPT M NL ATtJr bsl - jvvsH j rv IJ Ttzlm f i TUTI Â¬ The Greatest fledical Discovery of the Age KENNEDYS MEDICAL DISCOVERY DONALD KENNEDY COLCHESTER QPADING BOOT va RooT Pain in the Back Urinary of ROXBURY MASS Â¬ ir 1 Disordered Liver9 1 l tlvo-per-ee- nt down to a common Pimple He has tried it in over eleven hundred cases and never failed except in two cases He has now in his vboth thunder humor possession over two hundred certificates of its value all within twenty mies of Send postal card for booU Boston A benefit is always experienced from the first bottle and a perfect cure is warranted when the right quantity is taWen When the lungs are affected it causes shooting pains like needles passing through them the same wth the Liver or i uis is cuiseu uy uie uucis ue Bowels ing stopped and always disappears in a week after taking it Read the label If tlie stomach is foul or bilious it will cause squeamish feelings at first Eat No c tange of diet ever necessary the best vou can get and enough of it Dose one tablespoonful in water at bed- Â¬ time Sold by all Druggists pasture weeds a remedy that cures every kind of Humor from the worst Scrofula Has discovered in one of our common PmN 7 vpOtH LaTJ f mu ant mpitntits ftv rsaiav h HTV fi21 nirmiM I avr it i HMtiinl il V irHtil i ami nliinlinmt i Hii t imtr ll Itfl thru until K IscomAl iliol at 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niiratri of itml ortar uhMlj Kio Attnniar Cit Chlrapior ti criiai 111 lrjticlitl at San T i -- ft C2Q 2 ft 830 WISCONSIN LAND For Farmers Miners R R Hands and otharsf 120 16 ft FOR SALE Ttio outer tnp solo oxtctidn tho whole lonatli of tlioaoloiUirrn to tho hcfLprotectlnc tho ihttnktn nltclilnif lltylni at 1 other work ileal quality tbroiik hiut AMC YOl lClKAIiKforticiii 80 UPLAND J E BARMAK SM Dearborn St tVtAUITUIS Elys Cream Balm QIICKLV CMIKS IX RATE LAND dIru Co Price I1K SOLD Wisconsin WILL AT 1 ILUKU1X rirtKtr7sftwni Chloi SEEKERS EXCURSIONS TO TUB JLT ConEitapttTr and peoplu who have weak lungs or Anlb m ihoulUma IMioiCurH for CooautuptlOB Ik Si and knives ramove the nlnnii superfluous skin about tho onyx then poliali the miils witli buckskin and uno powder washinpr the hand arjaln In hot water with soap After drying nails ara polished with a flno brush wntni- a tid j i fin with scissors nMil nut the nails Eye Hook Kicnardson DeLong Bros COLD IN HEAD I ELY Philadelphia See Irlco CO iitir 50UTH ft Mm NEW ASD CINCINNATI LOUISVILLE FROM AND VIA ruout to give them u ii i fi hump JttivUul that Apply llnlm Intooacb notrll UUUSCOWnrrtUbtaV JUf Apt 19JBZ lm u shell piuk Cn Itepublie cure overfnnn of February 8th March 8th April 9th 1894 Rhiumatism and Gout Or Tor further lafonuatioa addxM your Btarttl Ui NoColclilrtimCnlomolorMorciirr C CortlSratno Annlylnnillrrulnrfr0 rinttiottltj ttclcot agent or If X A M IOST lfr Wi JlrtiaUway Stn Vofk T B LYNCH Qbnl PASBiNaan Ahint JpMHr pflniinnontir ft O O S W R R MISUMHIIlI VALLEY HOUTE XtOTJiatviZjXaaH KYt VIA Tint It h cured tlioHund it hst not Injur eil one It la not bud to take Ill the beii conU frup Bold A v V j Terrlirt 9Ae rr WHEN WRITING an k jeu m T0 ATI VKKTJSKKrt IHIriria erUejeril atala that tb Adyltlftffl tktm rtv im l45T AS hx I -- w at f -- i 4 --N is SPENDER VSS SEtRW COOPER Tim ooon no ads Â¬ MOUOAN COUNTV M 2WS Editor ti 1 rir2 HAZEL GREEN H KY One county in Alabama hns appropriated Helliu s HiiiinIiIiio 20100 for good roads the taxpayers beEli IMiipps had n fine young horse lieving that the sum expended in this way crippled last week by jumping will be a first class investment Kx Dr H O and Nelson Chancy sr left Tho foregoing oxcorjU is only ono of Sunday morning for Iiko county whiththe ninnv Instances that havo come under er tlioy went liorso trading otir observation during tho past fow J M Long returned from Alt Sterwcolta nud it shows plainly that tho ling court last week whero he had some cSjfe JtjL Â¬ Â¬ OVERCOATS AT Thursday April 20 1894 YOULL FIND IT HERE 1 r f it Ilunlln county Kuntiickv iilromly linn an nnnutinceil cnmliilutu for the leglshituiii Tho Franklin county Ky grand Jury returned 100 indictments ut Its recent sea fcion Jnrvls has been nnpointed United Status senator from North Curolimi to auecced tlie iato Senator Vance Henry Howling nnco nentcticud to death Sterling JtMt received for killing See Drown in WI2 only i ten years sentence on Kx Goyornor Thonms J the Nucoiid trial i tV v V- - 7 1 f v 4 fe l P 100000000 Tho Danville Advocate says R A Goode and family after some time spent In Carroll county Missouri has returned to his old Kentucky home near here and asked to be Among other products of Mis forgiven fiouri that he dont take tn is the weather A drop of forty or llfty degrees while you are eating breakfast is a small matter and twelve nud fourteen inch ice is considered thin In fact the weather out there is fre hv John M Itose quently like that described in a recent letter from George Uackiey now In northern Fon ham About 600000 feet of piuo Will practice in the courts of Wolfe and the Mexico Ho told of a 1111111 who eamo near and poplar timber near tho mouth of adjoining counties All business entrusted to our care will receive prompt attention being killed by a sunstroke one morning but recovered from the oiled of tho heat Swifts creek and about one milo from For terms see in tho afternoon only to be frozen to death Rod river joii pnivriNO rum H 10 S P llowi Campion Ky CALL AT THIS OITIOK that night Tlirco moonshine distilleries and a largo quantity of liquor were destroyed in Perry and Leslie counties Kentucky Inst week by revenue oilielals Peter Mortal a dissoluto 8t Louis shot maker committed suicide by taking poison JIo pawned his wifes wedding ring for money to buy the drug Money is ho scarce in some sections of the mountains that tho editor of one of our ex changes says he will tako on subscription anything that ho can eat or wear This year nccordlug to tho entomologists tho seventeen year locusts and their younger thirtecn ycar cousins will spejid tho sum mor with us beginning to arrive in May Saloons in Ohio will hereafter be carried on as openly as any other business This Hew law prohibits screens curtains or other devices to hide tho interior of a room where liquor is sold During n storm near Grldlev 111 light ning struck u barn owned by Richard Dreese Tho building wus destroyed and a hired man named Jtench who was stunned was burned to death A juryman In Missouri pleaded in extenu ation or nu net of contempt of court Unit he had the choice between that and contempt of wife he rather thought the court would be more merciful A protninoiit Clnrk county fanner who lias given tho matter a practical test snvs there is more money in five acres of a well cultivated apple orchard than there is in twenty acres of tobacco During tho past week eleven industrial plants throughout the country have shut down while thirty two huvu resumed operations giving employment to GOOO persons who were in enforced idleness Several months ago Lucien Patterson kill oil Charles 1 lines at Greenwood Pulaski county Ivy and last week tho jury found Patterson guilty nud fixed his punishment nt two years in tho penitentiary Senator Palmer introduced a bill in the senate repenling the state bank tax but prohibiting the issuing of money by state bank ing institutions or by any other corporation or person except national hanks Congressman llerry of the Sixth district says ho hns not abandoned hope of a bigger appropriation for Kentucky river improve ments and will urge the committee to mime nt least 500000 a Kentuckys part of iliis bcssionH appropriations Cincinnati nhyslcinus say that there is an epidemic of bowel and stomach trouble in that city and that it is largelv due to the impure condition of the drinking water Tho only safe guard they claim is to boil the water before drinking it A mob of Ohio men women and children led by the Injured wife stoned a faithless husband from the town of Deshler and held the woman with whom he had been living beneath the spout of a railroad water tank until she was almost drowned Democrats of the Second appellate dis triet nominated Judge Willis L Kei ves as a candidate forjudge of the Kentucky court of appeals The convention was hehl at Howling Gruou and all the counties in the district were represented save Hreekinridge and Kdmuudsou Newport Ky has a magistrate who will not or rather prqfers not to perform a mar riage ecrciimny His name is Justice Koh inson He says such ceremony is too snered and should only he performed by a minister of the gospel He savs If he had the say no relative or friend of hiu should be married by a magistrate Tho state weather bulletin just issued shows that pasturage in California is getting scarce drying rapidly In the foothills and tho valleys The central and southern por tions of the state are Riitleriiig more from the drouth tho Sacramento valley The prospects for a good fruit crop are bright everywhere The short crops ol grain and hay are in excellent condition Major Helveti teacher of languages at State college Lexington Ky was stricken with paralysis Friday morning last Major Helveti is about sixty nine years old and is said to bo a German baron who was ban ished from his native laud for taking part in therevolution of 1818 lie was major of n Kentucky confederate regiment lit the late war lie is well known among educational men A bill Involving a crazier scheme than Coxcys was introduced in congress last week hv Representative John Davis one of the ouriousprotlucts of Kansas brought to tho front by the Populist upheaval He imposes that the secretary of war enlist an Industrial army of f0000 to he employed on public works and he paid as regular soldiers Tho small matter of tho expense of the scheme Is to be met by issuing r000 000 of Hat money and minuallv thereafter Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ontiro country is being awakened to tiic necessity of bettering tho condition of all country roads tia well us those of tho For fully six mouths in tho year towiiH farmers of this section find it almost im possible to bring their produce to market and these arc tho very months when produce is in greatest demand and tho far- Â¬ mers then have moro time to attend to it Let tho peoplo of Hazel Green and Wolfo county wako up to tho important fact that good roads at nil seasons of tho year arc u blessing and of great benefit to all It is quite truo that our grandfathers hauled heavy loads over these same roads year after year and never complained but wo aro now living in a progressive age nud what seemed a great benefit to ourgrandfalhers and even fathers is now considered too far behind civilization Not only do good roads facilitate tho bringing of produce to market ut all times but they also enhance tho value of prop erty Prospectors and homo seekers going into n country where bad roads nro pro- dominant soon turn back and look for better localities whero they can get to market without danger of losing their teams or breaking down their wagons by getting stuck in the mud Now is the time to go to work and do something toward bettering tho condition of the roads in tho county and in a short while everybody will wonder why it was not Â¬ stock on the market suIcm Ho reports dull Thomas Tipton was tried before Sou ire Rlankenship last Friday for disturbing Kale Nickell and family and was fined 5 and cost Tho Christian brethren linvo organized n Sunday school at Salem in the Amyx school house on Red river and arc fast progressing 111 tho Btudy of tho sacred J TV HALF PRICE FOR scriptures county have too much sense to over vote such a thing as a railroad tax upon them Thero is a right smart stir in Morgan now for a railroad and a railroad tax too but I think tho peoplo of Morgan THIRTY DAYS 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 selves I can speak for tho people of Upper Grassy precinct that there will never bo a voto cast in favor of a railroad tax in it although there nro a great many peoplo in Morgan who have been led by petty politicians and a few insig- nincant townsmen 01 1111s county ami who will always continue the same way If wo judgo from tho present state of nflairs tho peoplo of this precinct arc not only opposed to a railroad tax but they nro opposed to those who are in favor of it and I will give 10 to the candidate who is in favor of a railroad tax for overy voto he receives in this precinct at the November election 1801 XJ j9l JbC None reserved Everything goes Every Coat marked in plain figures You divide the former price by 2 and get the price NOW Â¬ 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 1 11 11 Matt From that old complaint when you can be permanently cured by an dono sooner CAMPION IS TIIK PIACK Whoro the Democratic CoiigrnioiliHinl Con volition Will Ito Held Inly 10 Tho members of tho Democratic com mitteeof the Tenth congressional district met in this city Tuesday afternoon nt 1 oclock for tho purpose of selecting a time place and manner for nominating a candidate for congress The committee was deadlocked for several hours on the motion to hold a primary election all over tho district and the amendment to hold a convention tho vote being a tie 8 and 8 01110 of the committee insisted on Chairman Vansaut casting the decid- Â¬ ing vote as chairman but that gentleman doubted his right to vote as chairman of his county and also as chairman of tho committee whero thero was a tie so the matter rested us it was until Judge II R French of this city made a motion that a district convention be held and lenvo it optionnry with the county committees of the several counties as to how delegates should be selected by primary election precinct meetings or mass conThis motion was adopted vention Then after several ballots were taken as to where the convention should be held and what date Campton Wolfe county was selected as the nlacc and Tuesday July 10th tho time In ease a county conunitteo call a primary election or precinct meetings same will be held on tho fourth Saturday in June and on Tuesday following tho precinct delegates will nssemblo at tho county heats and select delegates to tho general convention Should tho county committees call a mass convention sumo shall bo held ut the county seats the fourth Saturday in June null delegates selected to tho general convention thus dispensing with the necessity of a meet ing on tho first Tuesday in July Sen tinel Democrat Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Others have been cured why not you Disease Cured Without Medicine Clothiers nnm Tailors Uflal HOT JPL Furnishers YXl Â¬ T Lf G STRAUS 1 LEADING a i M -- i Not nn electric belt or battery but a sim ple home treatment which causes the entire body of the patient to absorb Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ask your neighbor about it if lie For the benefit of the ladies fo Hazel Green and vieinitv I have opened a GKNKHAI can not tell you write to us for one of our FrilNISHINO GOODS STOHKat inv resid nee in llazel Green and will carry a com books sent free plete line of the following articles which will be sold at the LOWEST PRICKS viz Ladies Gloves Silks and Velvets Ladies Hats Ladies Toilets Curlig Irons Hat Trimming Ribbons Cnderwear Handkerchiefs HAZKt GliKKX KY March 10 1S91 Hronzing Paints Whale Rones Woolen Dress Goods Messrs Dultoise it Webb Louisville Ky Silk Laces black and white Whulclionc Casings Giiiudiams Lawns c Gentlemen Through the kindness of Mr Musliux White Goods Ladies Slippers Laces Embroideries Complete line of Hosiery Veilings Infants Caps Spencer Cooper editor of the II AX 11 Dress Shields Corsets Klastics etc etc Umbrellas Towels T was afforded GltKUN IIlCUAIl an oppor Dress Trimmings Buy Your Hats of Me aud Get Them Trimmed Free o Charge tunity to try the eflieacy of your Electro My stock will embrace every article of Ladies wear in the latest style just from the poise and I must say that it acted like eitv as well as many other notions too numerous to mention I will nlso do DKKSS magic almost a miracle to me I was taken MAKING and will cut and make dresses to suit the hard time prices llest system of down with inllamatory rheumatism 011 the cuttini hv the Hiiddiiigton Cutting Machine which was awarded first premium at the jrtf Miss LVlUA KAWLINGS of Covington Ky well and favora 5th inst mid in -- I hours my legs ucic swol- Worlds Fair lbl3 len and my limbs ached with pain almost bly known to the ladies of this vicinity will he my assistant Your trade is respectfully solicited and satisfaction guaranteed Very respectfully unbearable I had no use of elbow hips Mrs FRED DAY knees or feet and in this helpless condition I continued to sutler until the 1Mb when Mr Cooper came and 0 He red to use the Kleciro fr poise I had no faith whatever but like a f- 2jr r lTJf drowning man catching at a straw consent ed to its use In four hours the pain left I want all your Good Butter and my leg to which the poise was attached will pay 12 i 2o a pound for it and I continued to grow better until the --vi miiiuuuuimiiuiiu riimumiiiimiiituuuiuiiiiu following Monday when I was able to sit t up all day and had not a pain about me f v v 7 j a a rr Today 10th I resumed my business and feel as well as 1 ever did I should add that just two years ago was confined to my bed for four months by a similar attack that the District Convention I m poise might have cured in lour days At a meeting of tho Democratic com JIKVK now and hope all who are alllicted mittee of the Tenth congressional district as was will try the same remedy C held at Mt Sterling Ky April 17th F N DAY Gretefully yours ISO I all tho members were present in We are acquainted with the facts in this person or by proxy On motion it was Resolved That n convention to nomi Â¬ case and can vouch for the truth of the fe5 J Tayioh Day Democratic candidate for con above nate ISO II PlKliATT gressman be held at the town of Campton on the second Tuesday in July next at D II Jamks lUoclock a in and tho delegates thereto Nothing has ever received so many testishall bo chosen in each county on the monials from trustworthy persons many ot 3 M fourth Saturday in Juno at 2 oclock p whom are known to us Western Ieeoriler Illizol fJroon Lv Tnn Ofi SO I Tho Democratic conunitteo of each Louisville m county shall determine the manner of The Kleetronoise is a mystery to me 1 selecting delegates either by primary almost a miracle Klder John I Uodgers election mass convention or precinct In one night the Kleetrnpoise relieved me Haril and I havent pressed von conventions If the latter modo is desig of congestion of the brain and vertigo nated tho delegates selected at tho pre- Â¬ Rev Geo 11 Means Covington Ky 11 likc t0 uuv0 n litl ity A fre ud of mine was entirely cured of the cinct meetings shall meet at the county seat on tho Tuesday following to select opium habit with the Flcctropoisc Hev and instruct tho delegates to the district W W Hinee llustonviile Ky convention If a primary election is The Flcctropise s a wonderful instru held tho candidate receiving the highest ment and it is more wonderful as to how it K C llriu its work yet it does number of votes shall be entitled to does Plows Louisville Kyit T ley receive tne vote ot tno county 111 tno district convention Address DrROIS WEllR T R ir Vaxsaxt Clim 001 Fourth Street Lori sViMX Ky H R Fitrvcii Secy 5J Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ OXTMN PFA mm Main and Limestone Streets LEXINGTON KY CITY STORE AT YOUR DOOR b i I BGiI0BC0GOCOJ00C5000BZ Â¬ 0 Vp avftrSntf ll Xy sS4sSa m m m 1 d And when you want to get the BEST W GOODS for the LEAST MONEY you 1 11 Â¬ Â¬ will iinci that I can accommodate yoit in every particular I have a laree stock to select from and whether you buy or not I will be pleased to see you every time you come to town Wishing your continued good will and patronage I remain Yours to please JOHN ROSE 1 S t3 Â¬ 25ivi43HBlliiaio jdOOti llt lJ Â¬ HOFFMM iiisupiMtse i Ajgenes FIRE in c Â¬ Â¬ lroiulncnt Trainer FLO YD RVRD Patterson of Iledrick Iowa Ciunpton Ky writes under date of April 10 as follows ATTOKNEY-AT-LA- r Alter a thorough test ot ijiiiiiii Ointment V I will say that it is the only preparation I Abstracts of title furnished collecliJ have ever used with satisfactory results and is what horsemen have long been in need of tions made and prompt returns guaranteed My stable will never be without it For Connected with tho law firm of WoodiV Day curbs splints spavins wiudpulls and all Mt Sterling Ky in civil practice bunches use Qiiinns Ointment Guaranteed to give satisfaction Sent by mail orexpress HOWARD STAMPER prepaid upon receipt of 10 Address W ATTOllNiV-AT-LA- W II Kihlv vt Co Whitehall N Y unless you For salu can obtain it from your druggis CAMPTON KY Prom 11 Mr Alex A jMgBWrhc hasteni Kentucky Snfcst llcstnml MOST HKLIABLK Aucnev LIFE ACCIDENT Kates ltcnsonabk i tu ir km AS 3U Sterling Ky Â¬ ASSETS OVBE A u00 jraijj duress a J- Stock 26000000 37500000 visa Dealer in General Merchandise ona unsn Kacio Largest Lot wrww A A TAYLOR DAY VUI VliC VJ S-SS- -3 ANNOUNCEMENTS t0 ounce JOSIHH iWiil101l Io1 county Kentucky KLn iMVIiIot Im 1 i - wuugi una lor Congress from the Tenth OIICrCSAlnilll hlutrlnt Dltnt I I tho Democratic party rizca MARCUS n YHrMnuti0 Clark iilbLh at county as n candidate lor Congress from tho Tenth Concessional JJiatrlot subject to the notion of the Demo cratic party toinco iiiltrJMj 3lf11 For Shoriff t SAM nimounco WIIS0N ns a candidate for shcrill ot Wolfe countv subject only to tho will of tlio people nt the polls in November 1891 Wo nre authorized to announce It M CE- Stillwater as a candidate for Justice iV Peace the for tho JIollv and Stillwater ilistrict subject to the action of the Demo cratic party Primary election May 26 Â¬ For Justice of tho Poaco to announce J 11 yhbrot Gillmore Creek as a candidate lor re election to the office of Justice of the jcacc tor the Hazel Green and Lee Citv dis trict subject to the action of the Democrat ic primary election May 20 W nre authorized to announce JAMES II SEUASTIAN of Davsboro as a candi date for Justice of the 1eace for the Hazel Green and Lee City Magisterial district Mibject to the action of the Democratic party Primary election May 20 18 I Â¬ vl4h aro nutlrized Â¬ Â¬ Born on tho 19th inst to the wife of Haskell Salle a boy Bruce Mnrcum of Jackson town Saturday and Sunday was in Floyd Day of Ulny City was in town several days this week on business number of our male citizens aro in attendance at circuit court this week A Charlie Keyser of West Liberty was a guest of the Day House Tuesday night The whole feouled II B Mnupin sold several gooduills for D II Carpenter while here last week Win 11 Cord will talk at the Christ ian church next Sunday night Subject The Lords Supper Jovial John II Picratthas been drawn as a petit juror for the May term of the U S court at Covington The Clark county fair association met on the 18th inst and elected ollicersand The fair is to begin August directors 22 and continue five days ii The merchants of the mountains are G requested to peruse the adv of H when needing Feder Cincinnati and anything in their line send them an order Failing to receive our regular Campton correspondence we are unable to give any court news this week lint will endeavor to have a full report for our next issue f The Democratic committee of Wolfe county will meet at tho court house in the town of Campton on Monday May A full at7 1814 at 11 oclock a m tendance is requested II F Fiiratt Chairman Â¬ hi i All mountain people who visit Cincinnati will find no better place than tho St James Hotel to stop at No better hostelry can be found anywhere while them- Â¬ tho gentlemanly managers excel selves in providing for tho comfort of their guests See card in Tun Herald Â¬ The declamatory contest hold at tho Klsowhcro in Tub HmtAM will bo found tho adv of tho Merchants Job academy chapel last Friday evening for Lot House Cincinnati which wo com tho purposo of selecting a man to repre- Â¬ mend to all merchants in the mountains sent tho Hazel Green academy in tho Bluo Grass Declamatory league was ouo Co Cincinnati havo a Louis Stix of tho most formidablo in tho history of card in this issuo of Tun Herald and tho school nnd resulted in n victory for nil merchants would do well to get their II Clay Lacy of Lacy Creek Iho sec Â¬ prices beforo sending their orders elseond award was not made being divided where between S M Nlckcll of Index nnd Word reached here yesterday that a Jos P Taulbco of Whito Oak Tho wedding tookplnco at Ezol to which other speakers of the oveniug wero A C Miss Genio Cockroll and Mr John Rico Jones Daysboro E W McKinncy wero the high contracting parties No Owingsvillo nnd A D Lacy Lickburg doubt Blurt will furnish us with tho Whilo each of these young gentlemen particulars next week did remarkably well especial praiso is Through tho courtesy of Hon M 0 duo tho winner and his two most formi- Â¬ Lislo wo aro in receipt of a handsomely dablo competitors They showed them Â¬ bound volume of tho obsequies of tho selves complete masters of their subjects lato Hon J W Kendall Tho frontis- Â¬ and demonstrated to their select audienco piece is a truo and lifc liko steel engrav- Â¬ that mountain oratory is a thing much ing of Mr Kendall and is readily recog- Â¬ to be admired The Herald congratu- Â¬ lates Mr Lacy upon his hard earned nized by all who knew him victory nnd heros hoping he will carry Tho stockholders of tho Hazel Green off tho honors at Winchester on Juno 1 fair association will meet at tho floral The music by Miss Robertson and pupils hall on tho fair grounds on Saturday supplemented by tho Academy Gleoclub May 5 1811 nt one oclock p in for was another interesting fenturo of the the purpose of electing officers and board Their selections were entertainment of directors for tho ensuing year Tho following fine nnd well rendered II F Fikratt President schools aro included in tho league Wc heard it incidentally remarked the Hazel Green academy Harrodsburg other day that within the past ten years city school Harrodsburg academy Danthirty two persons living in and in the ville city school Hogsett academy Danvicinity of Hazel Green had withdrawn ville Cynthinna city school Lawrence from activo merenntile pursuits in the burg city school Stnnford city school town only one of whom retired with a Lexington city school nnd Alleghan competency sufficient to lead a lifo of academy Lexington Competent and ease impartial judges will bo selected nnd Taking into consideration tho hard two gold medals will bo awarded times and scarcity of money among the The grand opening of spring millinery farmers W T Swango has reduced the goods of Mrs Lou Day last Monday price of service for his celebrated jack was a remarkable success fnd tho ladies Rosco to tho low price of G This figure who attended it gazed in wonderment nt will bring him within tho reach of all the beautiful array of bonnets hats riband every breeder should take advantage bons flowers dress goods etc nnd were of it astounded that such elegant goods could A mare belonging to Bev Willis F bo brought to Hazel Green Mrs Lou Lykins of Grassy which was bred to Day is never behind the times to Blue Grass Beauty last season dropped Arnclviny Notes a colt about ten days since which is said Logan Linden of Lee City is on the to bo a perfect image of his sire Blue sick list this week Grass Beauty is tho property of Bay Mifs Mary Sarten of West Liberty Moss and can be seen at W T Swangos enrolled on the 23d stable in this place any day A D nnd F C Lacy spent Saturday and Sunday in West Liberty Word was brought to our city Monday We understand that Wm Culbertson that Sam Salyer of West Liberty re- Â¬ has returned from his trip of seeing tho signed tho office of county attorney for country Would it not have been bet- Â¬ Morgan county and our friend Isaac W ter had ho remained in school Misses Emma Congleton nnd Bertie Bose of Maytown was appointed and Phillips nnd II C Phillips J F Tnul sworn in to fill tho vacancy Iko is a bee and S F Hamilton attended the candidate for tho offico at the coming funeral of Mr Hanks nt Campton last election and being very populnr with the Sunday good people of Morgau will no doubt be Prof Doano and J C Fulks of Camp- Â¬ ton called at the academy on the 18th chosen for tho full term inst Tho professor was pleased with An infant child of Boone Oldfield liv- our school and spoke enthusiastically of ing on Grassy about four miles from the Academy Homo II Clay Lacy will represent us in the Hazel Green met a serious accident on Bluegrnss league contest to bo held nt Tuesday morning During tho absence Winchester Juno 1 Should he not be of Mrs Oldfield from tho house the able to go either S M Nickell or Jos F child got hold of a rag and was flirting Taulbee will be there it into the fire when it was ignited and quit Somo of our young men havo Wo think they almost instantly tho childs clothing was school to raise a crop in a blaze Beforo aid could reach the have made wrong calculations for they fnil to take up their full amounts nnd unfortunate child it was severely burned they will probably fail to obtain certUjj about tho face arms and legs but it is cates Perhaps raising crops suits Academite them better thought the child may recover Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WXtiBBM3BB who is Your Fnena iiti IIIU When this question rocs around thoj Huslness Circle tho answer comes back llJJ t i I I i MUSI UIIU M I1U VMII JIVU ii lUUJik iiiuiiun IIIU 11 Xllllln 1111 IIIU i Jl living IICUII ll UIU market nt a season when tho jobbers wero cleaning up 1 linvo been nble to pur fiii Ml irl nlinnn Hnmn rnrn linriiiliiR whtoli nlinll lin tlin crnln nP inv nuntnninrH fllvn Hint your cars whilo I quote you prices 7fi and up Ladies Clonks Mens Heavy Overcoats CO Ladles Fino Shoes Ladles Goarso Shoes Mens Heavy Kip Hoots 200 Mens Fine Shoes piTA good Calico at only 5 cents per yard riiV THE MONEY than can bo bad elsewhere Very respectfully Ac 1 9 4 n- - r 200 nnd up 10 P W V3 100 no time but moue goods Foit a m xkt T RmrrKranNr n -V k A1 UihS rVVT rrMSBMSB1 w --VTkTw w T w r s- - mzrsjji rA t CAMPTON KY rv Ar kIPAiMMVVW V iiiiz 541 ii Â¬ I 1 Jf JB vVL J 4 m n t 11 13 and 15 W Main Street LEXINGTON KY tte64444Q4l WHOLESALE AND RETAIL m I - 0 m165 Ri wy nil -I1 V in Lcxinuton Wo want your trado and nro prepared to show you the greatest selection of goods in the city One large room de voted to Shoes n second room is filled with Dry Goods Notions etc while in the third room we carry an immense stocK oi ucnts FnruUhioc Goods Hats etc To ascertain now many of tho readers of this paper deal wit ns o will allow a discount nt o per cent to any customer bringing this adver when they of temint for two deal with us This for fer uood mouths only Watch prices in our new ciiange nilt Pnl St Jlniif twm 1 V TTfc JW 4 WTTTTmirfrflfiTMTV JL 167 Race Street CINCINNATI mum wfc O 4944WWM44M4944 lKiJWiAA9 i Tho loading houeo for FANCY DRY GOODS FURNISHING GOODS nnd NOTIONS Ahvnrys havo Big Drives Spociul attention to Mail Ordors LOUIS STIX 3 CO WHOIKRAIK DKALItnS IN Dry Goods Spot Gash In justice to ourselves we Â¬ NOTIONS Etc Third llaoo and Union Sts CINCINNATI O We carry tho Roods that will suit your trade nnd our prices are THE LOWEST Special attention given to mail orders v JU havo adopted the Cash Sys tem And everv living crca WHEN YOU WANT A WATCH turo that buys goods from this date will be rcquiied to pay i We do this because we are driven to it Those who owe will not pay When you read this ask yourself the question Do M Or anything in the Jowolry lino lot mo know it I will fur Â¬ nish you goods worth tliemonoy nnd YOU Will haVO GUARANTEE nt homo whoro you can uso it Rospoctfully j qoop jipoY T C rADE THE JEWELER Ky EZEL Morgan County I owe Pieratt Co J H PIERATT and Sale Stable METDoublo Hon J to be night in town en route to Campton present at the opening of circuit court his many md renew acquaintance- with well and fells friends Jo is looking in the sanguino in regard to his chances M - Innsmuch as young folks will get mar-Â¬ ried and go to housekeeping wo would refer them to our advertising columns and consult tho numerous offers held out by tho various merchants whoso ads can be found there But somo of tho Kendall spent Saturday principal articles necessary for successful nre good furniture a nico carpet and a good stove For this reason wo commond all our readers to tho adv of Marchs Furniture Store Lexington which will bo found on tho first pago of housekeeping congressional race Tim Herald Restores faded thin nnd gray hair to its original color texture nnd abundance prevents it from fulling out checks tendency to baldness and promotes a new nnd vigorous growth A clean safe elegant nnd economical hair dressing Hair Vigor AYERS Cooper in- Â¬ A letter from Mr Spencer wilt return homo to Â¬ forms us that he accompanied by lus morrow Friday Ho visited Cincinnati while better- Campbell cylinder way and purchased a of new job type a mess several fonts stationery etc and stock of fine time to send in your no is tho accepted of printing ordcrs for all kinds tho readers of The The attention of all oiler tho nr PALD is called to Store liberal Lexington made by the Backet purcell wishes to find out D besides Tun many people read bargains to all hi ng tho greatest Kcmcmbcr tho place 11 13 Vinmcrs wV Main street Lexington ae IIiul Mrs Lou Day requests us to say to tho ladies of Hazel Grccu and tho sur- Â¬ rounding country that sho has just open- Â¬ ed a full and complete lino of millinery dry goods notions ladies dress goods etc which she will sell at tho lowest price for cash or produce butter lard chickens eggs or anything sho can use for tho table Sho has a nico lino of trimmed and untrimmed hats for spring and summer which will bo added to from timo to time so that tho very latest styles can bo found here Sho also has a fine lino of toilet articles Everywhere Popular Nino months after having tho ty Â¬ phoid fevor my head was perfectly bald I was Induced to try Ayors Ilnlr Vigor and beforo I had used half a bottle tho hair began to grow Two moro bottles brought out ns good a hoad of hair as over I had On my recommendation my brother William Craig matlo uso of Ayers Hair Vigor with tho Bamo good Stephen Craig 832 Charlotte results St Philadelphia Pa anything And if so dont wait to be dunned but come and pay or in 10 days you will hear it thunder Thanking you for past fa- Â¬ vors and hoping to merit a good share of your trade we arc Respectfully Livery Feed HAZEL GREEN KY tioneering and solicit business of this kind Respectfully a JOHN H PIERATT M rl HB Rigs and Saddle Horses for hire Parties convoy Â¬ ed to any point on reason and Slnglo ablo terms will also attend to all calls for auc Â¬ John H Rose HAZEL GREEN KY Is tho only firm In tho town which han dles the justly celebrated Irom tho wholesale house Â¬ HFPIERATMO Boots and Shoes C P Tracy Co of liSSS3Sg A XI PORTSMOUTH OHIO give him a call When you want tho BEST footwear nolly Ayers Hair Vigor Prepared liy Dr J C A yerfc Co Lowell Mais Bold by DruggUm Everywhere DRY GOODS NOTIONS If you want at now styles and tho best goody at bottom prices you can always find tlicm them J T tucky i HAZEL GREEN KY DAY - Tinder of Mayslick will ilv will begin a series i on May 8 and 8atho Christian church on Let every person nigh th rnllmviS throughout tho meet- tear Mm Urfl8Vll eybo benefitted Ho F M fS 1 heard him when hero T ff terms of him with WSi evllat meetreturn warm his AH who In Blowing a arvelcone J Sylvester Ollair of Swango III is visiting friends and relatives in this sec- Â¬ tion Undo Sylvester went west from hero twenty seven years ago and this is tho first visit ho has made sinco his departure Ho seems greatly impressed with tho many improvements nnd changes that havo taken plnco in Eastern Kentucky nnd says it is tho first placo ho ever saw a man trying to rido to Ilea von on horseback which sceno ho witnessed whilo on his wny hero Ho lost sight of tho rider in tho clouds nnd dont no whether ho made tho trip or not Unlike tho rest of his folks ho is a Democrat from way back Is tho only merchant In Wolfe county who sells tho celebrated JUIMSi AMOS JIAVIH WEST M1IEUTY WITH ICY Bettman Bros MANUFACTURERS Co CLOTHING SOUTH BEND PLOW and ho respectfully invites farmers to call and examine it beforo purchasing OHILLED- 00 Wuitt Ifiirl Street CINCINNATI The trade of Eastern Kentucky merchants is respectfully solicited T r JOHNSON CASSELU PRICES 10 BEN WILLIAMSON CO t 1 and 10 West Main Street tj CATLEXTSnURG KY Solo agents lor Northeastern Ken J Campton Hazel Green II 8WANOO LEXINGTON KENTUCKY JOHNSON ATTORNEYS-AT-LA- SWANGO W TJH J F Â¬ LOOIUIART HB feoiy MAUriN WITH V Will practice in tho Woo county nnd cirCollections promptly made cuit court and abstracts of title furnished on short notice JQESSSWEWp EZE1 WHOLESALE DRY GOODS NOTIONS BOOTS SHOES Ac KY D H CARPENTER UAiLttrrauujiUt KY V kiwM VVVi 73 oiwmi N - wm V 4 if 1 RfnwiisnM JOOI UOADS One count v In Alabama has appropriated liobuO for cood roitiU the taximveis he levlnir that the Mini extieiided in this way rx will lie a llrst cIiims investment JUOIK1AN COUNTY NKWH iHWrnniMramMifamnwiMa Hollars Hiinsblue bad ii line young horse Kll week by jumping crippled last and Nelson Clinnoy sr left Dr II Hundny morning for Pike county wliltb er tlioy went horse trading J M Long returned from Mt Sterling court last week where he bad some stock on tlio market Jlo reports dull lMitppH 1 PENOnn COOPER p1 Editor 5uSo Ml r bt fA i n V fc 4 Tho foregoing oxcorjit Ih only ono of tlio many lindanccM that Imvo vomo tinder onr observation during tlio pnl fow wcokM ami il hIiowh plainly thai tho ontlro country Ih lieing awakened to the ncccMHlty of bettering tlio condition of Hilled Thomas Tipton was tried before Sim re all country roads iih svoll iih tlionu of tlio niankensliip last Irldav for disturbing l or fully hIx niontliH in tho year towtiH Kale Nickell and family and was lined HAZEL GREEN KY farmers of thin section find It almost lin and cost April 20 1801 poHHlhleto bring their jtrodneo to market 5Tho Clirlstian brethren have organized and theno are tlio very niontlirt when pro a Sunday school at Salem in the Amyx dueo Ih in greatest demand and the far school house on Red river and are fast in tho Hludy of tho Hiiercd then have more time to attend to It progressing Uiircllii oounty Kentucky ulriiuly linn nti iikth scriptures Dot tliu people of Hazel recti and Wolfo nunouuood candidate for thu loglslatuio There is a right smart stir in Morgan The Frunkllii noiinly Ky grand Jury county wako tip to tlio important fact now for a railroad and a railroad lax rpliirnoil 100 ImllotimiiiH at its recent that good roadH at nil hciihoiih of the year too but I think the people of Morgan fdoil county have too much sense to ever vote Kx tJuycrmir TIuiiiiiih J Jjirvlw has been are h lilensing and of great lietielit to all such a thing as a railroad tax upon themiippo luted Uiilluil HtntMH NKiinlor IVoiii North It Ih quite true that our grandfather I can speak for the people of Carolina to fttiiscuuil tlni lutu Senator Vance hauled heavy IoikIh over thoHO miine roads selves Upper Irassy precinct that there will llOlirV Howdlllg OIICO MllltoilOOll t llllllll never bo a vole cast in favor of a railroad I Sterling lor klllliiK Sou llrmvu In year after year and never complained J 1H1I1J now living in a progressive tax in it although there aro a great received only t ton years Nontunco on hut wo are been thu houoimI trial age and what seemed n great lieuellt to many people in Morgan who have led by petty politicians ami a few iusig Throo moonshine distilleries and a largo ourgraudfalliers and even fathers is now nillcaut townsmen of this county and ii utility of Uiior worn destroyed In Iorrv anil loidlo counties Kunttmlcy lust week considered too far behind civilization who will always continue the same way by rcvoiiuo otllolnls Not only do good roads facilitalu the if wo judge from the present statu of Id lor Morlol u dissolute HI JoiiIh shoe bringing of produce to market at all times n Hairs the people of this precinct are maker committed Niilchlo ly tnktim poison not only opposed to a railroad tax but Mo pawned hU wlfoM wedding ring for but they also enhance the value of propthey are opposed to those who aru in money o luiy tho drug erty 1rospeclors and lioino Heekers going favor of it and I will give 10 to the Monuy Is no Hnarco In hoiiio hooIIoiin of tlio who is lu favor of a railroad nioiintaiiiN that tlio editor of ono of onr ox into a country where bad roads aro pro candidate tax for every vote he receives in ibis ehungoM hhh ho will tako on subscription dominant soon torn back and look for precinct at the November election 181M anything that ho can cat or wear better localities where they can get to Matt ThU year neoordlug l tlio entomologists market without danger of losing their thoMovcutoon yonr locusts and their young or thlrtooiiyoar ooiimIiih will Mioiid tlio sum teams or breaking down their wagons by mer with iin beginning to nrrlvu In May getting stuck in the mud Now is the SalomiN In Ohio will hereafter ho carried time to go to work and do something oil an openly an any other htiNincM Tim tmw law prnhiblu Hereon curtains or other toward bettering the condition of tlio doviooH to lildo thu Interior of a room whcio roads in tho county and in a short while From that old complaint when you can be Ihpior Ih Hold permanently cured by an During u storm near Irldloy 111 light everybody will wonder why it was not nlng ntruolc a burn owned hv Ulcliurd llrcest done sooner Tlio building wiih dent roved and a hired mini tunned Itoiiuh who wiih Htiiiiued wiih OADirXON 1HT1IK IlAOi hiitiiud to death A Juryman In MlMourl pleaded in ovloiiu the Doiiioeriitle CooKresshuial atlonofan net of contempt of court that ho Wherevolition Will ho Held lolj 10 Coo had the ulioluu lietwuen that and contempt Others have boon cured why not you Tho nioinbois of tlio Demoeiatie com of wife ho rather thought tho uourt would bo moru iiioroiful mltteoof thu Tenth eongiessional district Diooaso Curod Without Mediciiio A promlnont Clark county farmer who met in this city Tuesday afternoon at bus given tho matter a iirautlcal tout says oclock for the purpose of selecting a Not an electric belt or battery but a sim thero Ih more money In live acres of a well time place and manner for nominating cultivated apple orchard than there in in a candidate for congress The committee ple homo treatment which causes the i nt ire twenty aorou of tobacco was deadlocked for several hours on the body of he patient to absorb During the punt week eleven Industrial motion to hold a piimary election all plants throughout the country have Mini down while thirty two have resumed oper over the district ami the amendment to ations giving employment to 5000 poisons hold a convention the vole being a tie Hand S Some of the committee insisted who were in enforced idleness yAsk your neighbor about It if he Several months ago Inoien IiiIIoimhi kill- on Chairman Vausnut easting tlio decid can not tell you write to us for one of our ed CliurloH IDiioh at Ireenwooil Pulaski ing vole iih chairman but that gentleman county Ivy and liiHt week tlio Jury found doubled his right to vote as chairman of hookN sent free Piittormin guilty and Ihed IiIn pnnlNhmenl in county ami also as chairman of the at two yearn in tho penitentiary committee where thero was a tie so tlio IlAICI iUICKN IvY Milled 101801 Senator Palmer Introduced a bill in the matter icsled as it was until lodge II Messrs Dalloiso t Webb Louisville Ky senate repealing the Mute hank tax hut pio K French of this city made a motion hlhillnglho iNNiiiiig of money by stnle bunk thai u district convention be held ami lentleinen Thiough the kindness of Mr lug institutions or by any other coiporatioii Speueer Cooper editor of the DaIU leave it optionary with the county com or perNou except national IiiuiUm CltKUN IDiiAll was alio riled an oppor CongrcNNinau Herry of the Slxtli district mittees of the several counties as to how to try the olllcacy of your Kleetio bo selected by primary tunity HiiyH ho Iiiin not ahuudoned hope of a bigger delegates should ami I must say that it acted like approprtallnn for Kentucky river Improve election picciuet meetings or mass con- polse mentH and will urge the committee to inline vention This motion was adopted I was taken magic almost a miracle to mc nt leiiHt 1000M us Keutuekyi putt of this Then after several ballots were taken down with liillamatoiy rlieiiuiatiMii on the hcnhIoiim iippropriatlonN as to where the convention should be full lust and in J I douis my legs weie swolCinelliuittl iiliyMlelaus miy that there In an hold and what date Campion Wolfe epidemic of bowel and Mnmnch trouble In county was selected as Ihe nlaco and len ami my limbs ached with pain almost had no use of elbow hips unbeatable that elty and that it is largelv due to the Impure condition of the di lulling water Tuesday July lOtli the time knees or feet and in tlih helpless condition a county committee call a priin ease Tlio only Nufoguard tliey claim is to boll mary election or piceinet meetings same I continued to sulfur until the 0th when Mr tho water before drinking it will liu held on the lourth Saturday in Cooper came and ollered to use the Kleeiro A mob of Ohio men women and chiblicn led by tho Injured wife Htoncd a liillhlesH Juno and on Tuesday following the poise I had no faith whatever hut like a hlishaud from tho town of Pcshlcr and held precinct delegates will asseniblo at the drowning man catching at a straw consent tlio woman with whom he had been living county seats and select delegates to the ed to its use lu four bonis he pain left beneath tlio Npout of a iiiilioad water tank geneial convention Should the coiintv my leg to which the poise was attached until flho was almost drowned committees call a mass convention same and I continued to glow better until the Democrats of the Second appellate lis shall be held at the county seats the following Mouilii when I was able to sit Hooves as trlct nominated Judge Willis fourth Saturday in lone and delegates up a candidate for judge of the Kentucky com t all day and had not a pain about me of anpoalN The convention was held at selected to the general convention thus Today lltthj I lesiimed my business ami with the necessity of a meet Â¬ Howling Iroiii and all the counties in the dispensing should add that dlNtrlol were represented nave Uicekinridge ing on tlio llist Tuesday in Inly Sen feel as well as I ever did and Kdiniindson tinel Uemoeial Just two years ago I was eonlliied to my bed Newport Ky has a magistrate who will for four months by a similar attack that the District Coimmtloii not or rather prufcis not to peiform a uiiir poise might have euicd lu lour days I nic rlago eeremouy Ills name is Justice Hole At a meeting of tho Democratic com liiMou lie HtiyNNiich ceremony is loo sacred initteeoftheTentli congressional district llKVit now and hope all who me alllleted and should only be performed by a minister held at Alt torling Ky April 17th as was will try tlio sauie remedy l of the goNpel N DAY lie siivh If he had the say no Drelefully yours all the members weie present in relative or friend of IiIm should he uuurled Si We are acquainted with the facts in this On motion it was person or by proxy by a magistrate Wcsnlvcd Tliatu convention to nomi case and can vouch for the tiulhof the The slate weather bulletin Just Issued TwiOlt DW shows that pasturage In California Is ceding nate a Demoeiatie candidate for con above INO II IIKIIAIT scarce drying rapidly In the foothills and gressman be held at the town of Campion tho valleys The central and southern por on the second Tuesday In July next at D II lAMKN tions of the state are nutfering more lioiii lOoeloek a mand the delegates thcioto Nothing has ever received m many testi the drouth tho Sacramento valley The shall be chosen in each county on tlio liuslwoiihy jieisous many ol monials Ii good fruit crop are bright prospects for a ostein Keeoiiler everywhere The short ci ops ol grain and fourth Saturday in Juno at - oclock p whom are known to us m Tho Democratic committee of each Louisville hay are in excellent condition The Kloclronotso Is u niysteiy to me Major Delved teacher of languages at county shall determine the manner of selecting delegates either by primaiy almost a nilraolo--Khl- oi John I Itodgers State college Lexington Ky was stricken In one night the Kleetiopolse iclleved me with paralysis Friday morning last Maor election mass convention or precinct Jlclvuti Ih about sixty nine years old and is conventions If the latter mode is desig of congestion of the bruin and veitlgo said to bo a leinntn Duron who was ban nated tlio delegates selected at the pre llov lco II Means Covington Ky ished from his native laud for taking part cinct meetings shall meet at the county A fiend of mine was entirely euicd of the In tliorovolutlon of 1HIH lie was major of seat on the Tuesday following to hcIccI opium habit with the lilectropolso itev iv Kentucky confederate regiment lit the W W Iliuee lltistomillc Ky late war lie in well known among educa- ami instruct tlio delegates to tin district convention If a primaiy election is The Kleelropise s a wonderful Inst i u tional mou meat and it Is more uoiideitul as to how it A hill Involving a cnizler scheme than held the candidate receiving the highest does its work yet il does It T K C Hi in of votes shall be entitled to ley Plows Louisville K Coxcys wan Introduced lu congress last number week hv Kepreseututive John Davis one of receive the vote of tho county in the tho ourioiiNprodtietH of Kansas hrmiitht to district convention Address DrllOIS cc WKMI tho front by tho Populist upheaval lie H If Vanhant Cbni f0i Fourth Stroot Ioimsviiii Ky secretary of war enlist an proposes that the II It FltKNril Scey industrial army of fiOOOOO to he employed on public works and ho paid aw regular solItoni ii Prominent Trainer 1IVUI diers Tho miiall matter of the expense of Mr Alex Patterson of llcdrick Iowa Campion Ky the scheme Ih to ho met by Issuing SoOooi 000 of tint money and annually thereafter w rites under date of Apill 10 as follows After a thorough test ot Jiiinus Ointment 100000000 I will say that It is the only nrenaration I jKO AhstraelH of title furnished collee Tlio Danville Advooatesays H Adoode have overused with satlsfaotory rcMiltx and and family after some time spent in Carroll Is what huiseuieu have long been lu need of tlous iiiado ami prompt returns giuirauteed county MjmouiI has returned to Mm old My Muhlowill never bo without it For Conneeted with the law III in of Wood A Day Kentucky home near hero and asked to he curbs splints spavins wimlptilfs and all Mt Sterling Ky in els II piactlce Among other products id Mis hiinclien use juliius Ointment forgiven Juiuanteed MUtrl that ho dont tako to Ih the weather to give satisfaction Sent hv mall orevpiess A dron ol fort v or flfty degrees while you preiiidd receipt of f I oil Address AHOWAKI STAMPKU V AriUNIY-AT-IAeating breakfast Is a small mutter and It Kddv uiiou Wlillehall X Y mile ss you tiro tc Co twelve and fourteen inch Ice in considered can obtain It front your driiggl or mile OAMITOX KY thin In fact the weather out theio is fre by John M Itose quently like that described in a lecentlet Wolfe ami the ter from leorge llaekley now In northern Foil HA Ml About 6U000l loot or piuo Will piactlce in the courts of Ho told of a mini who came near and poplar tlinlior near tho mouth of adjoining counties All hlisiuuis entiiisted Mcxioo to oureaiewlll receive ptooipt attention being killed by a sunstroke one morning hilt recovered from the cUeel of the heat Swifts cicek niul about Otio mllo from lor trnus mo In ho afternoon only to he Irocn to death K01I rivor Mm riNi 1011 puivtino 10 S I Mown Oumpton Ky UVII AT Till Oil IUU that pljjlit Â¬ In OVERCOATS JTL I Thursday YOULL FIND IT HERE J v- AJ HALF PRICE KOU I ixr XJ b THIRTY DAYS ii ii ii ii ii ii ii ii ii ii ii Â¬ JFltL Â¬ Â¬ T- None reserved Everything goes Every Coat marked in plain figures You divide the former price by 2 and get the price NOW wm l III II T Â¬ ii ii ii ii ii ii ii ii i ii ii Â¬ T SUFFER irjr Clothiers i L IG STRAUS LEADING i 1 HERN A az Â¬ Tailors Furnishers Iain ami Limestone Streets Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ PTA CITY Woolen Dress iitods Jlnirliains Lawns Ae mw LEXINGTON I KY STORE AT YOUR DOOR have opened a iKNKHAL iieen and will earrv a com lOWKST 1IMCKS vi Â¬ 1 For the benefit of the Indies fo Hael ireeu and vlcluitv rrilNMHIIINU iKDS HTOUMal inviesid nee in llnel plete lino of the following mticlcs which will be sold al the Silks and Velvets Ladles Hats Hat Trimming ltibbous Imlcrwcar llnudkcichicfs Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ I Veilings Diess Shields Coisets i i Dress Triiuinlugs 11 Inibielbis fow els IIIIPIH1 IlU Duy Your Hata of Mo nml Got Thorn Trlmmod Troo ol Citnrgo My stock will cuibiaee every article of Ladles wear in the latest style just from tin I will also do DIIKSS eitv us well as many other notion too uumeioiis to mention MA KIND ami will cut ami make diesses to suit the bard time piices Itcst systein ol ill tlntr bv the Itiubllugtou Cutting Machine w bieh was nwaidcd litst piemium at tin Ky well ami favoia- Woibls f alr ltX jrirMIss LAI ItA UA WLINliS of Cnvlngt blv known to the ladies of this xleiuity will be my assistant Your tiade Is lespeetfully Veiy lespeetlully solicited ami satislaellon guaiauteed MII l Ulli uuuin lull1 I Whale Hones Wluile Houe Cusiuifx I lll n l I lll ill will III Infauts Caps I I M n Silk Luces black and white I It n i 3i iiiiii- - Silli wtr Complete line of Ilosierv LadlesToiletsCuilig Irons llrouiiig 1aluts Ladles Moves 1 I B Â¬ Mrs FRED DAY rr j Â¬ lj rr m SHiiilllliill m i m m m r r m VE -- I wnnt nil iiflll nnv IP - your Good Dtittor nml I IllliUIUlIIIIl an v And N Jt JJ Jt -- W n iinnnil Inr u J w H v ll- crvv jEaoi 013 oolitBTg ffi r Â¬ I 1 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ when you want to get the BEST J GOODS for the LEAST MONEY you wm 1111V1 uiittu x uttn cLuuuiuinuuULU yuu s in every particular I have a large stock to select from and whether you buy or not I will bo pleased to see you fe every time you come to town Wishing your continued good will b and patronage I remain x ours to please i1 r n w Hazel iiccn Ky lan U5 1S1 JOHN M ROSE I C Â¬ Â¬ iKWjffiMHKliuitsiiioluirtltinil 5r Iiiimmii piossed you Tj Â¬ jfS KlilS lt l like lo Imvo a liltlo nmnoy now Â¬ HOFFMAWS jMlllral vrTff 111 AFIOYl FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT IjOHt ATTlhKV ATLAV mid MOST UMIIAIILH Attcncv hnxloni Kcntiicltj Union Ucnwumlilo LOSSES PAID AddrcHM A IIOKKMAV ll StoHin- - 26000000 27500000 kv Â¬ J TAYLOR Dealer Largest - in General Merchandise on a uasli Basis StockLowost Pricoi DAY j KJSm EEBDSiAJUD lt ilrtnliiiniidirv miirmt hohl at tho rtl bo KlHowhoro In Tint llniiAin will academy chapel litel Friday ovoulng for nnilO found tho iuW of Iho Merchants Job tho purpura of Holeotlng a man to ropre ii Iot IIouho Cincinnati which wo coin Pont iho IIiikoI Grcou academy In tho ANNOUNCEMENTS iiioiul to all merchant In tho mountaliiH When Oil intention Uluo CI raw Declamatory league wiw ouo IW For Oongro88 hnvo n flirilliilli1in in tho history of LniiU Httx - Co Cincinnati yl VIIU lllll murlful ill KPHkOll Wo nro ntillmrlxnil In imiminiMi IOHKIM1 I Illl f Till II Ill AM i 11 i In ilntnrv fnf M l 1 I -- J M KKNDALb of l loyd county Kviittioky CIUU III Vino mniiM i t i 1110 Kliooi ami riiMiuvu 11 J OllnnU mini ii ilu it atikiiiliiliilii ltf PiiitfiHiiMu riMiki lliii liiiilli nil merchantH would do well to got their Crock Tho hoc iin wllllo I mime vou nriciH uinr n m rmv nt iMav W nntt up Moo- - Itoavy OvoreoatH clue- Coiigrrmloiiul DUtrlcl nulijcut to the notion prlcvH before Hcmllng their orderH not made being divided Mi ItulloH ClonkH HIioon LiulliV Fhio Hhoou onil award wiw ii uiu Iuiuouri II IW bulloii Conrne i Moiin IMno BIiooh ii m nieKeu m jumu v iimiitf 200 ii mi lajiiirtiiiifinviiiiii it notwee u o v Aiuiin jibut ly ft ciintn por yRnllMi Ml V IIUU u a i i nn n r m Wo urn until IUIUI HJWWWWWI r4 I pjr----nw- QUI iWlio is Vnnr Fr nw -- w U VMWihu up lW M Ity iiji 1 1 l0 Il IV CtM I I 111 I V - M I Tor lihijK of Congnxs pyBtMMfMBWBaiHra iinn iMJ wirmwwwimmrwMmmmmMmmmMnmmmttmnmuuhva v s Vn1 liOO II fl W VI w KCJ H1JN OUXN DlHlrlut mibjol OAMPTON KY 9jLKTa MA i i m a r l v A m 1 u j t emtio parly Uffi 1IKNUY wir ni Wolfo Ui tho puoplu u o 3H91 M M i nro ni For riUofHtlllv of llio tratlo parly Wo nro VKST of lor n IliMtl IVikjo for tli triot Hiilijii lo prlnmry Wo nro ii Wo nro not LYiiuui HAZEL GREEN HERALD HAZEL OUKKN llftlrlut Hiiljk gJJJJBjviEsixrTr ELEPHANTINE LIFE i 0 iliottroatoHlHolootloii Ono largo room ilo wjui in room Ih miou third while lu the ohho Htock of tlontH to To imoorlalijl Ih IrNiif thin mviHir dnil a iIInooiiiiI ol r puri hrinuiiiK UiIh mivor- uiili oh ThU of Watoh for itliN only 1 WOLFK COUNTY KKNTUOKY AlJtIL 20 180 J mul only Ciwh HtoroV it your triulo ami aro WE BARRINCER WITH Sailer Dry Goods SuoncNNorN Co lLMKIIAH Into for In Iroon mill lo to Carter IlroH k Co hlllJt ly Prliim 3 Horn oi JIiHkell B i Ml inoMt Importers mul Jobbors of c AND NOTIONS hOUISVILLK 0IO ICY In Mruco town iSitu Ililronngo of tho mountain iiifrclntiitH roNpuotfnlly noIioIIoiI Floyd Hovoral A 1 W W wlmloftulo FYVIE VARNER lontorN in to lrovnnt Its Wftiiton Thoro aro with which tho weak puiiion IKfttruutlon generally Iiiih to contend Ouo of tho proRHlnff quoHtlonn of tho Work regularly coiihuiuch IiIb Htrongth day in Africa roluton to tho proHervii hut ofton puyn for what it tnlcvN lion of tho olophuut which will bo WomiY light tho candlo at tho other como oxtlnet thoro at no Mutant iluto etui ami never payn at all UllloHK UUUIIN aro tlllnui tn hmh I Iim Iii dlHcrimlnato Hluiiffhtur now if o luff on Dihkahi lien hh IiuimIh and deprivcHhlm of power of rcfllBtanco Thoro Iiiih boon 11 prevalent notion that Who can number tho thouriamlH tho Afriuan olophant In Inferior to hin Indian eoimln in intolliffnco and docil- Â¬ ity but it iIooh not hooui to bo founded UiIh mighty on Nolid oliNorvutloii U Ih now nnlutnil foilirllt tllOHO trio For yearn wo havo out that tho KomniiH and Cnrtluiff inlaiiH own weapon CfiliHiiinnrM of llfi wild ltru tho uhou mo Airtoim DeaHt to good purpoHo Htrongor for tho air wo broatho mado and Air l L Holator of tho London hkill of modern combat by tho idd anil nelonco Our Zoaloif leal Hocloty deelaroti that thoy I Up to lie 13NEMIBS THREE VmUrtx iig- - VM OVERCOME BY nui ItlCIHUHICNTINO 1 atteudat 1 SANFORD CO Charli a guest The Hoveral V I while hi Win inn chu 1U1 and 12JI Second Street Tho It lovii as a pe II H t II Tho on the direct I 22 am - Tin roijui tho opinion that tho African iih tho Tho triulo of KiiNlcni luFnhiolcy Ih inohl proper luiiat or burden to open up tho riNpoct fully NolliitiMl trade ronton in tho interior of the Afri Â¬ MT STERLING KY can continent and Hug ffOHtH that a Icheddab of Indian olephantHond their Capita JINUFKLII0RI 200000 Suuimuh i 30000 WITH attendants bo transiorUl in ilm nUi African coast and that tho Indian olo phantH bo jiot to worlc to capture and J JiL IIKISTAJ T lrNlliiit 1 H Rofiinsnn L KIHKPATItlOK Viro 1rcHMnnt tame - iuumjuil vW W TJIOMHON Ciiililnr wl lull VL UUt noted their African brethren It Ih moreover that Jon lordon junt before tho fall of Khartoum wrote ImporlorH mul Jolilioru ol WoropootnillyiIIoItthohiiHliiiNNfinia letter In which ho utronffly advocated clianlH fiirinurM InulorH and IiiinIiiomn DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS tho domcntioatioii and uho of tho Afrl gouurally throughout ICuntoru Kunttinkvinim A can elepliaut oral imnkliiK IiunIiknh done Cllvo uh a pruHHon IOHTSMOUTH 0 Kardunn for more than twenty years rpHtoroH Htrongth qulotn tho iiorvcn and and havo found thorn quite an tntolll oxpcln diHCiiHCH ffont as thoNo of tho AHlatio NpuoioN Proof convince althouffh parhapM not quite aa doollo Ih ollbredthat will all who all whorenHon free to Hiillur A youiiff male African now about four Â¬ tScnd uh your addroflH teen yearn of affo In dally oiiffiiffod dur DH8 STARK KY k TALKN luff tho HUinmor inontliH Inoarrylnff tho children and other viNltorn about tho lfi2U Arch St Philadelphia Pa ffardon and thoro ban novor boon an 20 Sutter St San FriuiclHCO Cnl acement with him Mr Solater ox 1 have had African olophantu in thoir COMPOUND OXYGEN foot CINCINNATI O h4W4 Sim wS5r LOUIS ST1X Lt th vMsnowMUi ff JfOY PKY GOODS KOUNISIIINOI havo HiK DrivoH Special ivliontion ti v4 r 3 CO WIIOMHAIKIMCATKUHIN elephant nhould bo proaorvod Traders Deposit Bank Dry Goods NOTIONS Etc 1 I liriflnnfln 1 Ihlrtl Unon and Union SIh CINCINNATI O i u your Wo enrry tho gooln I n w H WO uml our prlcim aro II L triulo Hpoolul ntlontlon niv ui IOwi ft- - - WHiloU WANT A WATCH VM anytl order K Nos rJ7 CIO and fil- l- -- WoHt Main Street LOUISVILLE KY lug Mr lliKlutr JMimutlon Coimin Hugh Whoreawav ho and in nuch a hurry thin breezy Uralnio clmnoo lo noiiiI you a liniilc hook pay your IIIILIIKH UIIH 01111 you inoiioy whon in iuhmI W W TJlOMlHON CiinIi oarly murii com any code next rp J v II lMIILLIlNS WITH MIhh HttulIoH W M KERR IOIIIIICRII CO O IN Hardware Agricultural Implements J RONTON oou tho 7 ten FOR naiJt at ho1 th HC riKiiis iNVIIIIIS 111 ArAioiuis MINIITKS rtiiTiM - Jy wont you leorgo friend Mm Wollowod Onpitftl 60000 Anything wronir Wrong I Hhould Kayl Yestorday FLOYD HAY J P COX Hho Hiiid who won goliiff to wive hor bun lVoNllloilt CiiKhlor biuul And 1 didnt oven know ho won dead Hell malto a lovely Hltoloton No Hunk in Kmilorn Konliioky hnn and I can hIiow her JiiHt how he nIiouM vnnllM nor hotter fiUllltloH for kuopliwholtor your be wIrod Mumigiil ontlroly hy homo people ucooiint iMttHhuiKh Mullotlu who know you mul who nro idwnyM ready to rroimniuiifM iim to inuiTpTirtiitioii uucotiiuioihito vou Laura If pnpu given his consent iC frMonoy to loan 011 rriiHonnhlo nitoM leorgo dear when you go to hhIc him Cull on iih bo Dimt detain mo Im going- right over to help my old ViiHHiir - at froHh from mcdiciil Ofay City national CLAY CITY KY Ml Or any thing in tho Jowolry lino lot mo know it I will fur hihIi you gooduworlh the money and YOU will havo U AH ANTUB at homo whoro you can uho it KoHpootfully THJE JEWELER Ky KAKU Morgna County J to bo H PIERATT and Sale Stable t- Livery Feed fairly transported with THE tl a 1 Iii VJ somewhat approhenHlvo WITH fAnjllilnj lluil mui Imi Yen Laura and if iLnhouldnt happen to BEN WILLIAMSON imiium up wiin iyp tiiU ami papitall at Ktrllce him Ifavorably and Iioh feelinjf right well nhouldnt wonder If IM bo HERALD OFFICE eonnlderably moved anyhow Chlcngo 1 OATLl riTSIJURG rlbune OltMKN KY Hole ngunvy for D MOORE HAZEL QUEEN CO Hardware Cutlery KY South Head IMowh W c I it fSUSS Lcnr ist fii- - ffYi or any point on rusuon iihlo tnrniNi uo nil sfl I will aUo nttond toiioh cnlbi forkind of thU and Kollclt Iiiih snoorhiK oil to JtuHIHOtfllllv OtOi steriiouuio unu nuiKi lUiM ami Huddle Homuh rH iiii n VurtloM convey- - - KY A s i a i I Klc A cl levit a wo John dloH Wl Rose i conKrcHSion lilt UtVll fomiHUH lllVii nrMV IfC l I or produce butter lard chlckciiH cggH or anything hIio can uhu for tho table She ban a nice lino of forallkindHofprlntrng orilcrH hatH lor Hpring tTTif nil tho nwlorHofTiiK trimmed and untrlmmed bo ndded to lllied to the liberal oiler mid Hummer which will ho that tho very latent Store Lexng on from time to time v the Racket found hero Sho hIho ban HtylcH can bo 1 flMl WW W l honhhw lino lino of toilet articles Mr in all Iih J SylvcHtor VI lair of Swango III 11 in UiIh hccWnBli veiling friendH and nJittlveH C treet Loxngu Undo KylviMler wem wchi irom tiou Main l ago and thtH Ih In dry Koo1h Iiero vnlilivj HOven yearH - barualnn IiIh wlton you tho llrnt viHlt ho Iiiih mado nlnco llo hcciuh greatly ImprCHHcd will vXTIuder of MayHllck Horlen departure many ImprovomentH and Uev with tho tvin beuln a KoHtoru changOH that havo taken place in hohoronW o cirHtim dmr0 t mu Kentucky and HayH it in tho llrnt placo f meeting h trying to rldo to llUl the meet- - lie ovor Haw a man to followliiB J i lie Heaven on horseback which hcoiiq no lu nyobonellttc - wltueHHed whllo on bin way hero Ho nBT- - tho iopo1 Iii Uh purity iui1 jiim- loHt Hlitht of tho rider in tho cloud nml I mm dont no whether ho made tho trip or not nllcltv All I wlllg tonurt or Ih a v arm Unlike tho rent of bin foIkH ho M meet with a ho Democrat from way back rutcclMtoHlmotoHendlnyur i Mth Lou Day requentH uh to nay to wni return homo to tho ladioHof llazol Clreon and tho Hitr by hlH roundlng country that hIio Iiiih jiiHt open Â¬ iMiiiiniiil 1alllllU i rilimj I Illj Cincinnati wmio ed 11 full and complete lino of millinery from Mr Hnencer Cooper In- - - 4 H0Vcril zzz fonts of new joo etc and price for iyo dry etc goodH ladleH drcmi goouH which Hho will null at tho lowent notloiiH ciihIi ty- Â¬ Nino inontliH aftor having tho porfoctly bald phoid fovormy hoiul wuh Vigor 1 wuh Induced to try AyorH Hair mid before I hud iinpiI half n bottle tho lmlr bogun to grow Two more bottlon brought out an good n hnwl o linlr uh over I hud On my roroinmondiitlonof my brothor William Craig made uho AyorH Hulr Vigor with tho mimo good riHUllHM Btophin Craig 8112 Charlotto t Philadelphia Pa Usuiji - HAZKL GUEKN KY ban Ih the only firm In the town which tho liutly celebrated Shoes Boots and hoiuo of HFPIERATWO Oo O- - P Tracy IOHTSMOIITH OHIO Zi footwear rWhen you want the r MOUA jr tii ltP iny Irom tho wholonulo wjrmmr mm jl k 1IKHT Klvu him a cull ri1 1 ruyClVrithlHto Cibcrlloplnc 7vfa Ayers Hair Vigor UllUK AMIH DRY GOODS A J T h the NO 11 ppm lAVtT IiKKTV -- -- NOTIONS only merohaat In Wolfe county who hoIIn tho eolehrated JIAZBIi OllliBN KY DAY KY WITH If 1 1 Bettman Bros MANUFACTURERS Co you wnnl now HtylcH anil tho at bottom prleoM boiit good you can alwayH Ibid them them SOUTH BEND PLOW uul ho reMimotfully laylttm farmerM to call nml examine It bolero pureiiHKing WON Htrool IMI Wiwl Kiwtorn Kmiluoky iiiorehiuitM Tho nolo of Im lrl CLOTHING ININNATI CASSELI1 10 PRICES V KKNTUOKY renpeetfally moIIoUuiI and 10 West Main Street Â¬ Hoo agenU lor Nerlhoiuilorn Ken- WILLIAMSON A CO oATLiyrramiuo ky tucky rrl t JOIINHON II HWANOO itiiiipuiii IOHNSOM oi BWAiniu W Hiirol Orucn LEXINGTON TT 1 MAUPIN WJtH mTt ATT01tNJ3YS-AT-liAolr Will nructloo lu tho Woh county andimiih CollootloiH promptly c irU mill Hlort iuwtrnct of title luriWhoA on 1 JU J I LOOKHAUT MOWVBPVV Ko iwrei notice JW D35iXrTXBWr kzil ky WHOLESALE DKY GOODS NOTIONS 1IOOTW SnOlCS Ac CATLElTSBUlta CY foOty - D H CARPENTER i- 8 7 ti f H lTiPfW1 iJMHIIBHKSuMMiA j Li ill W0Wm f jWWKP111 IWIIHf IP If yT ffc WEES SSEER A3U SPENDER COOPER te r Etlitor KOADS One uouiity in Alabama lilts appropriated 20000 lor good roads tlte taxpayers be licvinir tlmt lie sum expended in this May Kx will lie a first class Investment MOIMMN COUNTY NltWM Scllnr Sunshine mJHWIg qfokaJm i -- ifilnff Mil HAZELCREEN IHUUSDAY Apri w KY wn Tho foregoing oxcorut is only ono of tho ninny instances thai liavo como under our observation during tho past few ami it shows plainly that tho week entire country U being awakened to tho necessity of bettering tho condition of sale rhomns Tipton was tried before Soul re all country roads na well us thoso of tho lllnukcuship last Fridn y tor disturmnj towns For fully nix months in the year family nud was lined 1hlpps had a Hue voting horse crippled lust week by jumping Dr II CJ and Xolson Chaney r left Sunday morning for Piko county width er thoy went horso trading 1 M Ing returned from Alt Stor Hug court Inst week when ho had come tock on tho market Ho rcporta dull Mil cfe or - - OVERCOATS AT rl j fc I Kale JMckell and TTAJCfixn Ti RICE II II YOUXrFlNDt -N MOH Unnlln county Kentucky nnnounoed candidate for the Tho Franklin count v K returned 100 Indictments at 1 Kx Goyernnr Thomas J J appointed United Slates sena THE GRAND TWO tnrollua L11- - atorlhiK for killing - received only i ten yei the second trial Three moonshine distillci quantity or liquor were leit mid Leslie enmities KeuttK y revenue omoinls Peter Mortnl it ilUmilnii maker eominiilnl Miilnliln I J He pawned hU wifoii we money to buy the drug Money is no scarce In hoiiio mountains that the editor of eliniifjes Kays he will tako o anything that ho can eat or v This year ncoordtuK to tlim too neventeeu year locusts an l- Henry to succeed tliu Into Howling oneo sent A DOUBLE PASS CLUO 8omo to Arolit LuRKlngr the lllff Hull Fiddles Around Tho Young Spanish Jack fDAYS i 11 II V- - 1 mor with us hcginnlnK to hrr Saloons in Ohio will hereal on as openlj as anv other tiew law prohibits screons cu dovlces to hldo tho Interior o liquor Is sold During a storm near fJridl nlug struck a barn owned bv It Tito building was destroyed man named Jtench who was burned to death A jurymnn in Missouri pleat ationornn act of contempt ot bad the choice between that of wife lie rather thought tht be more merciful A prominent Clark eouatj has given the matter a iiraet thero Is more money in live it cultivated apple orchard tht twenty neres of tobacco During the pnst week ele plants throughout the count down while thiitvMwo have i at ions giving employment to who were in enforced idlencxi Several months ago bueieit I ed Charles Hlnes at IreeuV county Ky and last week fll Pattorsou guilty and lived hi at two years in the penitential Senator Palmer introducedt I er thirteeuyear oouhIuh will t This premium saddle stallion will make the season of 18 I at tho Mablo of W T Swango In Haxel Green Ky at 3 to IN SUUK A LIVING COLT money duo when colt Is foaled or maro Is parted with with lieu on coll until paid KAGLK DKKNNON is eight years old this spring nearly 10 bands high beautiful innne and tail plenty ot style and stamina Sired by tho famous Itlue leans i 1st dam by tlie great paeer John Nosley sire of tho dam of Maggie V 222 2d dam by Adams Kxpress a noted saddle horse lid dam by tth dam bv Copperbottom Kaglo Slashnm Dreunon Is a half brother to Hoseoo sold lor 1800 and eight more that sold forl000or more Itlue leans horses have for several vears sold higher than any saddle horses in Kentucky kaglo Drcnuon can show what ho is for himself His colts saddle from any class of mares Any mare that can out rack or trot him bred free lie took two blue ribbons at the Hazel Green fair last year EAGLE DRENNON gold laccd person got on a crowded Ilrooklyn trolley car nud hung a bnRa drum over the bralte bandle naya the Thu ear lurched Now York World nnd tho man next to him Htopped on tho gold laced persons toes nnd being thus Introduced began n conversation about thu drum Henp of bother carrying a drum arouud isnt it Yes but not so much as a double bass ono of these big- bass Uddles you know bull Uddles Ara thoy much troublo Well they aro this much trouble that thoy wont let you get on a ear in Hrooklyn with one In Now York you have to get a permit to carry ono just the sumo as if it was a concealed weapon Once hero in Hrooklyn Id hnvo to take a carriage for it Hut now I belong to a double bass club Have pretty good times I suppose You get together and smoke and have Homo beer and play boIosoii your double basses The gold laced man looked down Well It Is kind and laughed silently of funny to think of a lot of men sit Â¬ ting around and playing solos about two octaves below the sluglntf voice A - 1 eserved king goes marked in You di 3r price by rice NOW i i ii ii ROSCO Jr fused 1 This premium Jack will make the seasni of 1MM at my stable In Hiuel Green Ky at S8 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT money due when colt Is foaled or mare Is parted with for which a lieu will be retain ed on eolt until season money is paid Hosi0 will be I years old in June He is black perfect in form and has to he He was sired by seen to lie appreciated KngHshs imported Jack that he paid 1100 for his dam Mack Hot was sired by Old Aleck Howells famous jack that ho re- ng Â¬ Â¬ lr00for he by old Itourhou Wilkes Blue Grass Beauty Tills Hue young stallion will also make the season of 1801 at the same place at 7 to INSUIIK money due when colt Is foaled or maro is parted with with lieu on colt until kciisoii money Is paid Here is tho equal of any colt in it i it 4 iug institutions or by anv otlti or person except national ban Congressman Perry of thwi Miys liu has not aliaudoned Ifoj appropriation for Kentucky meuts and will urge the eoinn at least MX000 as KentuekyA Hsious appropriations jm Cluoiiuuiti physicians MiyTtB dtlemlo of dowel and Mi Ant that eity and that it it largi impure condition of the drj Tho only safeguard they oli tho water before drinking ItH A mob of Ohio men wontenj led by the injured wife ston husband from the town of Dial the woman with whom liolba iiuihikii me spoiu oi a riiunm until she was almost drowned Democrats of tho Seconal trict nominated hub8 Willis a candidate forjudge of tliiftft I ho convention ot aiipeals Howling Iroen and all thelco dintrint were represented svb and Kdmiimlson WBi Newport Ky has a nutjbu not or rather prefers nottoTp riago eeremony His n annuls insou lie savssuch ecreSoTTi and should only be performed He says If jgli of tho gospel relative or Irieml ot hu stlOHli by a magistrate I bibiting tlie issuing of monovi IIR Kentucky lflJi hands high I years old the 7th of May bright bay with good mane and the grand est tall vou ever saw Goes at all the gaits Sired by Kagle Drennou ho by Hluo Jean first dam Mini by Lexington one of tho best mares in Montgomery county ltlrd Is the dam of two blue ribbon colts and has rack ed a mile in three minutes Second dam the celebrated Hiram Wllkerson saddle mare Iteauly Is a perfect model in every respect Â¬ fellows that play the double bass be- Â¬ long to this club and pay two dollars a year dues They have a lot of instruments and every place they have to go to play there is a closet containing a bass to which only members of the clubs have keys There is a book in the closet and every time a fellow uses the bass he marks down his name Thoy have them in all the halls and theaters nud in the summer time on all tho barges and exeursioiwsteamers Tho two dollars from each member goes for repairs So thats the reason why jou cant remember having- seen a double bass on tho street cars no matter how html you try Â¬ - Voomfl Voomfl No said he after a bit All tho Care will be taken to prevent accidents will not lio responsible should they but occur Mures from a distance will be kept on reasonable terms April ishers Ms N f W T SWANGO USUI Tho Combined Stallion 8 8 KY our door rcen and will carrv a OWKST IMMCKSvb guiles Moves dies Toilets Curlig lonzinir Paints iK iaces macK ami laMies etc etc Froo oi Charge o I haveopenedaGKNHIlAI coin- - Irons unite v -- tidios Slippers niplete line of Hosiery reoplt has been mentioned Tho curious fact IGOME AND SEE THEM tt by Sir Samuel linker that a negro has JTA premium of 8 will bo given for tho never been known to tame an elephant best eolt of either horse shown at the Hazel or uny wild animal The elephants Green fair in 18i5 by tho ancient Carthaginians RAY MQSS March lf 1891 anil Romans wero tralnod by Arabs and Carthaginians never by negroes Sir Samuel was distressed by the utter ACADEMY OF THE VISITATION lack of pet animals among the children in Africa and he often offered rewards vou for young elephauts but never suc -- Y0UNG LADIE- Sceeded in getting ono alive A Â¬ rtlcsa latest style just from the prices Mill also do DUKSx Forest Stonewall ic Will make tho season of 1SSH at tf to IN HtttK A ltviNO coit money due when mare foals is parted with or is bred to another horse This Stallion will be at the utilities of J 11 Cecil one mile from Kzcl the llrst and third weeks of each mouth and at W G Henrys J miles west of West Liberty the second and fourth weeks of each month 1tavblaek Dkschution polnts8 years old last sprinj1ilrS hands high ANt llcst svstem of ded llrst premium at tin ton Ky well and favoia- our trade is respectfully 4 FRED DAY i r i DQQCDMiM V 1 PKDttJitKK Ml Admirablles White Sulphur Ky Â¬ CloorKO This Institution under tho direction of the Sisters of the Visitation P V M in situated in a healthy and beautiful local ty of tho well known Pluo Grass Region Here tho pupils enjoy tho comfots of home far removed fram tho distractions of a city and can consequently with greater facility avail themselves of tho advantages ulforded of a thorough education Crayon and MuhIo TorruH reasonable Painting extra House is heated by steam apparatus For lurtlier particular address Sisters ot the Visitation D V M George Is getting Into bad company Ho Is out very late nearly every night Anxious MotherMy dear Im afraid All Ulitlit Observing Father Oh hes all right Ho goes to see some girl or other Shouldnt wonder if hed unnonnco an engagement soon He hasnt snld a word about anj young lady No but bos keeping company with ono all tho same His right wrist Is Good News full of pin scratches Sired by Mambriuo Forest ho by Ned lor est Jr he by Sims Ned Forest he by Alexanders Id win Forest first dam by Mam briuo Chief second dam by Virginia Whip third dam by Sir Archie l orcst Stonewalls llrst dam by Hrowu Stonewall second dam by Tom Crowdcr third by Halls Copper bottom fourth dam by Old Kancv by Old Mown Pilot Good care will be taken of mares loft with us but will not be responsible for nccidcuU per month should any occur Grass HENRY Wost Ilborty Ky CECIL 1 Eggs 8 3 w conts t Â¬ Â¬ lilt Iffftlrit 1 hi m Wfj fl Mr Alex Patterson of Iledrlek Iowa Campion Kv writes under date of Anril 10 as follows After a thorough test ot Onions Ointment ATTOKXKV-AT-IiASIMCOOOOO I ill say that it is Thu Danville Advocate nays 11 AGoodo have ever used with the only nrenaration I AiTAbitniets of title furnished collcc satisfactory rcMilM ami and family after some time spent in Carroll lions made ami prompt returns iruarauteed county Missouri has returned to his old is what horsemen haveloiiK heeu in ueud of Connected with thu law linn of Wood Day ily stable will without Kentucky home near here nud asked to be curbs j plluts never bo wiudpuils it and Tor Ml Sterling Ky in civil piactiee spavins all forgiven Among other products of Mis hunches mo Qninns Ointiucut Guaranteud fcourl that he dont take to is the weather eii nv man nrcxprcxs A drop of forty or llfly degrees while vou io give Midsiuctmn IOWA Hi STAMIMW I Y are eating breakfast is a small mutter audi prepiild iiiou receipt of X Y Address yon ArttUNttY-AT-IiA- V II Eililv Co Whitehall twelve mid fourteen Inch loc I considered can obtain it from your druggist unless sale Tor thin In fact tho weather out there is fro CAMlTOX KY M ltoe qtiently like that described in a recent let by John Will practice In the ter from Oeorgo llaekley now In northern lOlt 8AIH Atxiut 6U0000 feet of piuo adjoining counties courts of Wolfe and the All busliiets entrusted Mexico ue tout ot a man who oame near being killed by a sunstroke one morning ami poplar itinner near tiio iiioutli ol to our care will receive prompt attention a creek and about ono mile from but recovered from the eUeot of tho limit Swift For terms co In the afternoon only to be frozen to doath INhI river Jon 10 S 1 Ilown OtimptQii Kv that night 1 ion W earee ilrylng rapnlly I nit he tlie valleys The central HHdft tlons of the state are iHVrI tho drouth the SacramqMtB prospects for a good fniltlero everywhere The shtrt erejwj bay are in excellent coniUtHt Major Helved teaoherVofl m- State college Lexington Ky as sirleken with paralysis Friday morning last Major Helvcti is about sixtVMiine years old and is iald to bo a iorman baroii who was ham ithed from his native laud for taklin part in tho revolution of 18 IS lie was ninor of a Kentucky confederate regiment iit the lato war Ho Is well known among educa tional men A bill Involving a crtuler scheme than Coxeys was introduced In congress last week bv HepresontativoIohu Davis one of tho ouriousproduets of Kiuihiik brought to tho front by tho Populist upheaval He proposes that the secretary of war enlist an Industrial army of ftOOtXH to he employed on publlo works and he paid as regular soldiers The small matter of tin- - expense of the scheme is to bo met by Issuing oOtxxi 000 of Hat money and annuallv thereafter f Â¬ hows that tllllf llilt ItMlldllfc pasturiue in CiUlfo tiHt FIKKIOII OAI1 AT THIS IMMNTINU OlllUK the BEST NEY you odate yoii ye a larere iether you to see you rn good will hse L ROSE 4tL selecting delegates either by primary eltoliun mass convention or piceimt eoiiveiiiioiis If the latter mode is desig nated tho delegates seleeted at tho precinct meetings shall meet at the county sent on tho Tuesday following to select and instruct tho delegates to the district convention If a primary election is held tiio candidate receiving the highest number of votes shall be entitled to receive tlie vote of tho county in thu Â¬ Â¬ Ky frond of mine was entirely cured of the opium habit with the Kloetropoiso Itev W W Mnee lliistonville Ky The Kleclropise s a wonderful instru incut and it is more wonderful as to how it does its work yet it does It T K C Itrlu ley Plows Louisville Kv A Ui iihrsiiWitiiiuise is a mysiery rn me almost a miracle Kldor John I Itodgcrs f In one niulit the llecttoioisc relieved me Si of eoueHtiou of the brain ami vertigo J Kev Geo II Means Covington dQl n lunisaio hard and I havent nrcsscil vou llt IM iko t0 mvo iu mmy w- autrYAufvFef ASfflffiiSffliffiafflissfiiis - fe disrlot convention it 11 IT K Fukwii Peey n Vansavt Clini AddrcHs UrllUIS A WK1111 r0J Fourth Street locisvi ilt Ky MOFFfAWS MleVDPttttP FIRE LIFE jllMjfcbThoHalVsl Ijcstaml ilOST HKIIAB WT Ti in hnstorn Ktnliicl I Iroiu rnniiliicnt Trainer AFIOYI HYlll ACCIDENT j M AocitV Aire ill I ASSETS OVER Itnios Honsonn lIc losses paid Allross A mfio nno nn II OV KMAX All Storling Ky i A 1 i i rivi ntivrivu cvii at this ortiur in General Merchandise on a uasn Basis Largest Stock -- J TAYLOR Dealer DAY Lowest Pricei k C- - jfj IIMP WISES Im JM iraSAaWD For Conirrnsn l0 MHce ANNOUNCEMENTS V k oounty Kontuokv h a crtiiHilui for ConRreM from the Tenth nuLrcvdonnl DUirlcl or tho Deinouratlo partynuJJcct to tho action viAorUlV KhMAIL ol lloyd JOSKlll i lor I onun ss from the Tenth CoiiknmIoimI Hmtrlct auhject to the action of tho Demo orotic party ilhU MAUCbS wlwl tonmiiutiicu onudldnlo or Clark county m a t0 announce SAM its n onndldatu Tor shcritl of Wolfe countv subject otilv to the will o tho peoplu nt thu poflx In November 1MM ltVJrhorw W1IS0N mVc For Sheriff lrlrtul to nunouneo II M CK- ir nfhtillwator an n eaiulhlato for Jmtleo jftholVneoror tho llollv mid Htlllwntcr Hstrltft mihjeet to the action of tho Imo orotic party Primary election May IM II For JuBtioo of tho Ponoo Wo arc nutliorUcd to nnnounco II mI of illlmore Creek at a eaudidate tor reelection to the nlllco of Justice of the IVaco for the Hnrel Jreen and IeeCltv dU triet mibjcct to the action of tho Democrat ic primary election May Id 1 Â¬ WtMiro authorized to annouueo JAMKS II 8KHA8TIAN of Diivxhoro na a candi date for Jutttlec of the IVnee for the llnicl irceii anil Leo City Magisterial tltstrlct Mihjeet to the notion of tho Democratic par Â¬ ty Primary election May -- 1 1S1U ltorn on tho KUli inst Haskell Sidle a hoy to tlio wifo of was in llruco Mitrcum of JnvkHon town Sutnnlay and Sunday Kloyd liny of Clay City was in town Hovoral days this week on htisiue our malo citizens aro in attendance at circuit court this week A number of I a guest of Charlie Keys er of West Liberty wni the Day Houm Tuesday night 11 Tho wholciMiuled II several good bills for while here hut week Win 11 Maupin 11 sold I Carpenter Â¬ Cord will talk at tho Christ ian church next Sunday night Subject The Lords Supper Jovial John 11 lieratt has been drawn as a petit juror for the May term of the IT S court at Covington Tho Clark county fair association met on the lSth inst and elected ollicersand The fair is to begin August directors 22 and continue live days tt Tho merchants of the mountains aro It requested to peruse the adv of II and when needing Keder Cincinnati in their lino send them an anything order Kailing to receive our regular Campton correspondence we aro unablo to give any conn news this week but will endeavor to hnvc n full report for our next issue f Tho Democratic committee of Wolfe county will meet at the court house in tho town of Campton on Monday May t 11 oclock a in A full at 7 lSD tendance is requested II K PiritATT Chairman 1 Â¬ All mountain people who visit Cincinnati will imd no better place than tho No better St James Hotel to stop nl y Â¬ The declamatory contest hold nt tho Klsowhoro In Tin Hkuami will bo tho Merohnuti Job academy chapel last Friday evening for found tho adv of Lot House Cincinnati which wo com the purpose of selecting n man to repre Your WHO mend to all merchant in tho mountains sent the Hazel Green academy in tho Hluo Grass Declamatory league was one When this question goes around the lltudnr Clrclo tho answer comes bsrk Kf Co Clnelnnatl Imvo a Louis Stlx of the most formidable in tho history of Tho ono who eon give the bent values lor thu Icmt mimes Having been lu tho v card in this issue of Tin IIkuau and mnrkot at a season when tho Jobber wero cleaning up I have been able to pur- - IJJ tho school and resulted In a victory for live imulW chnno soino rare bargains which shall bo tho gain of my simtomors nil merchants would do well to get their II Clay Lacy of Lacy Creek Tho ea your cars whilo I quote you price j prices before sending their orders else 7ft nnd up nnd award was not made being divided Mens Heavy Overcoats 200 and up ladles Cloaks where A IjlillliMnAHnlllm niiMIMMI lilt 00 Pill v HlniO vj J ai Ullin between S M Nickoll of Indox and iw n Mens Fluo Shoes 100 Mens Heavy Kip Hoots 200 that a Jos F Taulbce of White Ortlr Tho Word reached here yesterday fyrA good Calico nt only 6 eouls per yrdH wedding tookplneo at Exoi to which other speakers of tho evening woro A C NO TIMK but MOUB 1O0IS KOH RfVRTNHON I vr Miss Cienio Coekrell and Mr John lllvo Jones Daysboro MONMIY than esn be had elsewhere TIIK K W McKinnoy xv Very renpectfully Ac No Owingsvlllo and A CAMPTON KY woro tho high contracting partiej rii D Lacy Lickburg II doubt Itlurt will furnish us with the Whilo each of theso young gentlemen parlicttlars next week did remarkably well especial praise is Through the courtesy of Hon M C duo tho winner and his two most formiLislo wo aro in receipt of a handsomely dable competitors They showed them bound volume of tho obsequies of tho selves complete masters of their stibjecta 11 13 Mi 15 W Main Street Into Hon J W Kendall Tho frontis- and demonstrated to their solectaudieuco Â¬ that mountain oratory is a thing much piece is a truo and lifcdlko stool engravo ing of Mr Kendall and is readily recog to bo admired Tiif Hntun congratu- Â¬ WHOLESALE AND RETAIL X4 lates Mr Lacy upon his hard earned nircd by nil who knew him rjip nrj01ifj chcnpcut nnd only ChkIi Htorel victory and heros hoping he will carry AVo want your trade ami are In Lexington Tho stockholders of tho Harel Green ofl tho honors at Winchester on Juno 1 repnred to dIiow you the greatest select Ion fair association will meet at tho lloral In tho citv One lnruo room de- Tho music by Miss Robertson and pupils x ofcooiU i i i ii hall on tho fair grounds on Saturday i io niioen a necouu room r nit mini wmi supplemented by the Academy Glee club Goods NotloiiN etc while in tho third lrv May ft ISO I at one oclock p in for room wo carry an iinuiensu stoeK or uentit was another interesting feature of tho the purpose of electing o Ulcers and board Kornlnltlui Sooibt lint etc To uncertain Their selections were entertainment how many of tho render of thin paper deal of directors for tho ensuing year lino and well rendered Tho following wiin im wo win allow a umcouui oi o per II K PiKitATT lrcsidont cent to any etixtomer brinKlng thU ndver schools aro included in tho league tUcnient when thev deal with tin ThU of-I We heard it incidentally remarked tho Hazel Green academy Harrodsburg iiiuiiiiin wuiv iur niuvii iuia nir urtrtiy In lit inn rtlinliifi w vv- v otherday that within tho past ten years city school Hnrrodsburg academy Dan titi A uv1 ArtrtAAftrtiSlfti1rtjvX thirty two persons living in and in tho villo city school Hogsett academy Danm m WVT fc tt jW vicinity of Hnrel Green had withdrawn ville Cynthiana city school Lawrence J from activo mercantile pursuits in tho burg city school Stanford city school town only one of whom retired with a Lexington city school and Alleghan competency ullcient to lead a lifo of academy Lexington Competent and ease impartial judges will bo selected and Taking into consideration tho hard two gold medals will bo awarded O times and scarcity of money among the The grand opening of spring millinery farmers W T Swango has reduced the Tho leiuline Iiouho for FANCY DHY GOODS FURNISHING goods of Mrs Lou Day Inst Monday price of service for his celebrated jack Alwnrya lutvo Big Drivoa Special nttontion was a remarkable success ind the ladies GOODS and NOTIONS Kns co to tho low price of ti This figure who attended it gazed in wonderment nt to Mail Oruore will bring him within tho reach of all the beautiful array of bonnets hats rib- Â¬ and every breeder should take advantage bons lowers dress goods etc and were of it astounded that such elegant goods could A mare belonging to Nov Willis K bo brought to Hazel Greet Mrs Lou WllOIrHAt tJ DKAIKIIS IN Lykius of Grassy which was bred to Day is never behind the times to Ulue Grass Heauty last season dropped Ariutimiy NuttK a colt about ten days since which is said Locirfi Linden of Ioo City is on tho to bo a perfect image of his sire lHuo sick list this week Gras Ileauty is tho property of Hay Miss Mary Sarten of West Liberty Mohs and can lo seen at W T Swangos enrolled on the ild Third Itaoc nnd Union Stx and F C Lacy spent Saturday A stable in this place any day CINCINNATI 0 and Sunday in West Liberty Srxm was brought to our city Monday We understand that Win Culbertaon We carry the Kod justice to ourselves we trado and our price nrathat will milt your that Sam Salyer of West Liberty re has returned from his trip of seeing tho TUB Would it not have been hot signed tho otllco of county attorney for country v to innll ordum attention lmvo adopted tho Cash Sys- Â¬ Morgan county and our friend Isaac W ter hail ho remained in school Misses Kmmn Congleton and Hertio Kogo of Mnytown was appointed and And every living erea WHEN YOU WANT A WATCH Phillips nnd H C Phillips J F Taul tem sworn in to fill tho vacancy Iko is a bee and S F Hamilton attended the Or anything in tho candidato for the ollico at tho coming funeral of Mr Hanks at Campton last turo buys goods from this Jownlry lino lot mo election and being very popular with tho Sunday know it 1 will fur- Â¬ date will bo roquiicd to pay good peoplo of Morgan will no doubt bo Prof Doano and J 0 Fulks of Camp nish you goodrtworlli called at the academy on tho 18th ton chosen for tho full term the money and YOU inst Tho professor was pleased with An infant child of Uoouo Oldtleld liv- our school and spoko enthusiastically of willhaVOOUAUANTKK ing on Grassy about four miles from tho Academy Homo tit homo whoro you II Clay Uiey will represent us in tho Hazel Green met a serious accident on can uho it at Tuesday morning During the absence Hluegrass league contest to bo held be Ketmoatfully Are do this because we aro Winchester Juno I Should he not of Mrs Oldfield from tho house the able to go cither S M Nickoll or Jos F K TtV Those who owe driven to child got hold of a rag and was flirting Taulbce will be there quit it into tho fire when it was ignited and Some of our young men have When you read Wo think they will not pay almost instantly tho childs clothing was sclrool to raise a crop KZKIi MorKmi County Ky thoy in a blaze Before aid could reach tho have made wrong calculations for fail to take up their full amounts nnd this ask yourself tho question unfortunate child it was severely burned they will probably fall to obtain certifiCo about tho face arms and legs but it is cates Do owo Perhaps raising crops sttitn Livery Feed and Sale Stable Acaihimitk them better thought the child may recover Â¬ m8mm8miiBte8gMw Is Friefif g Â¬ tcv Ill W 3i Â¬ Â¬ JACKET STOlt K LEXINGTONKY Â¬ 4i40iiito4 0 Â¬ r Ki 1 T I ymom ej JLUltUXilji3L f- 185 167 Race Street CINCINNATI LOUIS STIX 3 CO k Dry Goods NOTIONS Etc LOWI-arf-Special 1 Spot Gash In that M Â¬ U II Â¬ Â¬ Offmm it I Pieratt T f TUB JEWELER H Â¬ J PIERATT IUk nnd for hire ml to any nblo term attend to i Inasmuch as young folks will get mar-Â¬ ried and go to housekeeping wo would refer them to our advertising columns and consult tho numerous offers held out by tho various merchant whoso ads can be found there Hut some of tho principal nrtlcles necessary for successful housekeeping are good furniture a nice carpet and a good stove For this reason wo commend all our readers to tho adv of Marchs Furniture Store Icxington which will be found on tho first page of anything t i hostelry can be found anywhere while them tho gentlemanly managers excel for tho comfort of Helves in providing their guests See card in Tin Hiiiaii Saturday Hon JoM Kendall spent to bo night in town en route to Campton present nl the opening of circuit court hi many and renew acquaintance with Jo is looking well and fells friends In tho sanguine in regard to his chances congressional nice Hair Vigor Restores faded thin nnd gray lmlr to its original color texture and abundance prevents It from fulling out checks tendency to baldness nnd promotes u new and vigorous growth A clean safe elegant and economical hair dressing AYERS And if so dont wait to bo HAZEL GREEN KY dunned but como and pay or in 10 days you will hoar it fZjC RrIoublo Sntbllu and HIiirIo Turtle convoy point on raon llomei Tin Hiuau Â¬ Â¬ thunder Thanking you for past fa vors and hoping to merit a good share of your trado wo aro H l Respectfully Â¬ nil cU for auc- Â¬ will nlo tioneering and solicit btiNincM of till kind Iteineotfullv do JOHN U 1IKKATT SrI John H Rose 1IA7KL GHEKN 1 Mr Spencer Cooper in V tctterlrom Mrs Iott Day requests us to say to ho will return homo to Â¬ tho ladies of Hazel Green and tho surforms us that accompanied by his rounding country that she has just open morrow Friday v1101 Oinclniintt while ed a full and complete lino of millinery betterJ cylinder dry goods notions ladies dress goods uray ud purchased a Campbell several fonli of new job type a etc which she will sell at tho lowest LK0 stock of lino stationery etc and prieo for cash or produco butter lard to send in your chickens eggs or anything who can use ov is tho accepted time prtothig for tho table Sho has a nice lino of orders fondUindHof Everywhere Popular Nino months nftor having tho ty- Â¬ phoid fever my bond was perfectly bald 1 was Induced to try Ayors Unlr Vigor and before I bad used half a bottle tho lmlr began to grow Two moro bottles brought out as good a head of hair as ovor I had On my recommendation my brother William Craig mado uso of Avers Hair Vigor with tho snmo good Stophon Craig 832 Charlotte results St Philadelphia Pa KY tho only Arm In tho town which ban die tho juiitly celebrated trom tho wholcnalo Shoes PIERATMJO Boots and homo of C P Tracy Co PORTSMOUTH OHIO 0fe lflllfc J2l footwear want tho jMrWhcii F vou fjlvo him n rati 1MHT no TheftttentionofHlllborearsofTmj Ilo m I I bargains to nl tho greatest Vomers Keincinbcr the place 11 to lind J I Vurcell wishes Veoplo read t0 ll bv tho Hacket Store 1 c01 H lxiugton 11 trimmed and untrimmed hats for spring and summer which will bo added to from time to time so that tho very latest lly THuan out how styles can bo found hero Sho also has besides a line lino of toilet articles Ayers Hair Vigor lyTrTC Prtrarlbold by DruirgUu Kvrywbre Aycrfc Co Lowell Mm DRY GOODS a nii J T In Sea ilv Lexington in dry goods you want bargains K M J Sylvester OHair of Swango III is U visiting friends nnd nJii lives in this secÂ¬ 5XiIlrirtB0MWh0 lKlt Ui JnllowllIB CVCry 110 Tintlpr of Maynllck will and will begin n series HWOn tho meet- - loir ilui throughout jiliult when hero hvho heard him lorm9 f him w I ILTel Scomeathisrctur meet with urm Undo Sylvester went west from tion hero twenty seven years ago and this is tho iirst visit ho has mado since his departure Ho seems greatly impressed with tho many improvements and changes that have taken place in Knsteru Kentucky and says it is tho Iirst place ho ever saw a man trying to ride to Heaven on horseback which scene ho He witnessed whilo on his way here lost sight of the rider in tho clouds and dont no whether ho mndo the trip or not Unlike tho rest of his folks ho is a Democrat from way back J UIKli AMOS DAVIM Bettman Bros MANUFACTURERS with wk8t iiiikuty kv NOTIONS coodt at bottom price you can abvayn Ibid tliciu them nt HAS5RL OHM12N KY tho only inerchnut In Wolfo county who nelU the celebrated DAY J O Co bet If you want now lyle nnd tho SOUTH BEND PLOW and ho rcupectfully Invites farmer to call and examine it before ptirchftiing DICN H I LLED CLOTHING 00 WmI rurl HtrtTt CINCINNATI The trado of KnMorn Kuntueky iiierolinnts U respectfully xollulteil T JOHNSON CASSELL 16 PRICES and 18 Weil Mala Street lucky l 6o1o WILLIAMSON cATMTrrauuiui agents lor NorthoRteru Ken ky CO J II KWANOO Campion Ilncol Urcuii LEXINGTON KKNTUCKY TTJU J F LOOKIIAUT Â¬ JOHNSON ATTOHNEYS-AT-IiA- SWANGO W HII MAUPIN WJT1I Will practice in tho Wolfo county and cir Collection promptly matin cuit courtk and nltrncli of titlu luriiUhed on khort notice 3Tff axsrxw KZKL KY WHQLK3ALK DRY 00016 NOTIONS HOOTS 8II0X8 Ac CATLElTSBVltaKY f0ly D H CARPENTER tSB2 nz5l Green Herald Pumianr HEARINGS ON THE TARIFF Nothing to llf ttnr by Further lnci tljcMlou HIKNCWi The decision of tho senate H nance fommlttce to give no hearing on the WIIhoii turllT bill is wise In tho ab- Â¬ FLORAL DECORATIOr4S thcro U mi liifT rlio for jfrowlnjr plants for decorative purposes Is becoming so unlvunml Unit wo holilimi nnliuu the subject of bouquets mid deserving prominence While it Is curtnlnly a most sensible liluii to puruIiiiHu boautlful specimen plants which may bo enjoyed for ninny weeks or even yearn after tho celebration for which thoy uru intended for dcoornt- boiiouot-uiiil-Ufpirlvaii rrlrly preference Arl In Arriiiitrini mill Nutnrully n sV or TlqV In -- who delight in using- - for decora tive purposes or for floral offerings Milium irom their own private green houses In this case the subject of ap Â¬ propriate selections and tasteful nr rnngements becomes vastly Interest Â¬ little Importance but there are many which tho experienced llorlst s eager to display his rare skill and perfect taste this subject may seem quoKs on order repeatedly chil occasions or to present to friends t Is often desirable to select Instead a handsome bouquet tof tastefully-ar-ninjjci- l blossoms Where tho pnrsu will allow ono to our parlor or dining tables on npv tl0 exquisite boil x r1 I r 1 and wo soon Mud ourselves ambitious to produce some especially attractive decoration tuat will illustrate our pet theories Philadelphia Press HE WAS A tltero Is not a toilet without its appro prlato Mower purine no family fete in liornmny without its graceful door wreaths Its garlanded picture frames and its coronals of Mowersall arranged with the most perfect harmony in re gard to their surroundings With us on the other hand there often seems to be but sliffliU connection between the Mowers ami their surroundings and it is certain that many who are fond of Mowers and hnve studied their characteristics often make the common mistake of choosing such as are either in form or colorqulto unsuitcd to the articles which they are intended to decorate In arranging our vases decorating our tables or selectint our corsage bouquets we shouh always have In mind a regard for the general harmony This is of Mrst im portance in decorating with cut llow ors and after making a Judicious choice of Mowers that will hurinonlo with their Immediate environments we should next consider the best method of cutting and arranging them and then how to keep them from fading prematurely Ideas will suggest them selves as we work among the plants Â¬ It is claimed that the Russian and Herman women far surpass the Vw tfllsh In their many modes of weaving flowers into household decorations and that Mowers are too often rcKurdcd by us as more accessories In France and iermany the wreaths and bou quets are especially charming and Â¬ The art of arranging Mowers grace fully and naturally Is a rare accom plishment and one that Is worth care ful study Remember that trrneof illness and naturalness should he our aim and not artistic arrangement If the word artistic Is used to Indicate thut perfect decree of art in which no art Is visible but everything looks so simple and natural that it could hard ly bo Imagined other than what It Is wo could not employ a more suitable term Hut tho bouquet usually sup posed to be artistically arranged is in almost every ease decidedly stitr and unlike any collection of blossoms in art or nature Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 stract It Is Indeed desirable that an In ilustrlal measure of this sort should bo curried through only after a most cute ful and painstaking investigation and with a detailed consideration of the ef fects in regard to each industry Hut as legislation goo in the Ililtod States the experlenco of the last fifteen years indicates that nothing would bo gained anil something would be lost by pre liminary hearings Among the congressional documents there is a long series of reports argu ments and hearings presented at one time or another on the turltV question There 1h the report and testimony of the tariff commission of ISHJ In two largo volumes These arc the arguments presented on the Morrison tariff bill of tSS4 and on the next Morrison tariff bill of 1881 The testimony taken before the sennto finance committee In LSss Mils four bulky vol- Â¬ umes The hearings before the com mittee on ways and means on the Mc Klnley tnrlu act of IM0 make another thick book and those before the pres ent committee on wavs ami menus on the Wilson tariff bill still another Here we have a whole arruy of vol nines from which we can judge what would be the probable result of further hearings If now given by tho senate finance committee An examination of this huge mass of evidence on the tariff shows that it yields singularly little satisfactory Information It consists chief v either of general disquisitions on the tariff at j large or else of appeals by interested parties for Increase of duties on par ticular articles The only object which hearings could now promote would bo an improvement of the details of the Wilson bill As to the ire no nil tluclplcthc country decided emphatic- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i or Himself Alone She laid her confidingly upon his breast lias is good sides as well as Its bad Darling the world wiP talk of motives At all events there are Maws of detail lie drew her yet closer in every tarilT act Kven the McKlnley and and And what mv act was admitted by the protectionist and kissed her brow I life lie whispered am so glad to contain some mistakes and those you arc poor Kdwin They sat silent who favor the passage of the WiUon bill need not claim that it is immacu in the gathering gloom for i moment late Hut it is an honest measure car while both their mimi dwelt upon rying out the pledges on whi h th- - the one hundred and iftv dollars he drew each week as Imng skeleton Puck Alirntiu iu I iniiili sioiiio vu Illustrated book uiuaiurtsl bv ndvor tithifr oiitiiiutig stones uiul nmvdoWs tolil by Abraham Lincoln nany heretofore un puhllsbcd will Ik seat free fo every person souiliug his or h r uihlrci to the Lincoln Tea Co Ft Wayne lnd head Â¬ Â¬ and habits in legislation make it virtu ally Impossible to get accurate de tailed Information as to tho prohuhln elTects of tariff measures It would not be Impossible In the abstract to have a commission of honest and capa ble men v ho hnld cimlnc the condition of the various protected industries ami should report a careful and detailed scheme for a moderation of the tariff Such a commission would not content Itself with hearing only thfise who chose to appear It wonl l summon witnesses appoint special agents to investigate particular cases carry Its Inquiries to other countries secure information from all possible sources and would give real atd In the preparation of a well framed tariff bill Something of this sort was attempted In IHh when the ttirltr commission o that year was appointed Infortun ntely that commission was made up al most entirely of protectionists and lt investigation while more fruitful than tluno of congressional committees yet had the same ex parto character Kvon If a perfectly non partisan commission were appointed it is questionable how far congress would follow its recom mendations The absence of any con centrated responsibility in congress and the possibility of tinkering and amendments hi committees in the house In the senate in cone ference committees between the two houses make it exceedingly dilll cult to carry through intact any piece of legislation however carefully prepared Our political methods make Inevitable a certain element in legislation which perhaps Â¬ It is uttfortuuale tlist out traditions Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ PERILS OF WHALERS tlAlUcru Kiutunitrrrd liy Thor KncC4 III tlm llilii litdtmtrlrn In 181UJ for example nine whalers found their Way to Cane Hathurst where no vessel was oyer before been and at last four of them remained there I throughout last winter Thoy prob- Â¬ ably returned to Sail Francisco mouths ago having accomplished a tusk never I o fore uciuoved but nobody has thought It worth while to announce to the world what they had done nor would tho idea that they had performed a feat to be proud of ever entered their modest heads Danger Is their dail companion daring their trade and sulVenug a lot to bo expected and to The be endured as a matter of course annual loss of life among the mariners i Mr J II Oohh Suvuniuili Ner York of our whale and fishing industries makes a total larger It is said than the number of victims of the Willough by or Franklin expeditions whose tragic story is foremost iu the history Neck Lanced Without Relict of actie ventures Kvery season they expect to en- Â¬ Hoods Snranonrllln Purlflos tho counter a I least one terrible stoni Blood anil Conquers whose peril from the grinding lee C I Hooil - Co Lowell Mass masses we can hardly imagine Near Setithiiicn 1 hurt lru scrofulous bunches ly every year ono or more vessels are on my iicelt for soveu years I trcited wltb caught in the nc and ground to splin- ilinvieiu pliymoliuis uiul tried iiiuny roansllcs but Did Not Cot Any Holp ters sometimes a whole Meet is thus wont to Koine N Y uiul hul then crushed uid in isl when the crows of for them ojsiieii bill tills gave tnti only temporary rollrf thirty live noble crafts were only saved in their boats after untold hardships My phyHUluu then iirsed me to take JloCiVa ami sometimes a vessel is caught in Sursapurlllii ami before 1 hud used ouebollli the polar pack and is drifted away tho Lunches tieuiui to krow belter I Am O K To with its living burdens to silence and ami the troubleDny not returned sinro I took has dentil ami mystery Providence Jour- Moons Sursnpnrllhi only the scars Mii Ictk Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ f Scrofulous Bunches r J I nal rough-and-read- y HoodssyCures tpon my rcoominnnlntlon uiul the eflnlsol Hoods SitrsiupirlH1 colli ii plui e treat ilenl In mv cuso the Urwtfist hai Hool Harsupurllli In this J W 15 oss Snvuiiiili Now York of mi Hoodtt PIIIb in uctlou are prompt nutl iMtliuiit V iolil by all itruttulsts i 1 3 pI AIL f CFHinHPM1 IWELT fqu iK ens nil uotk l t w i iiormAH i snoie n titn ora lie t no i ltttJ uir war int il L tulf hrc liKalniiu rt for full Ip rNvT in iptmuol our romplrt tis k v raMiuuntk h ii i i r Millet ami fttv V ovoirn or rciiiI lot I m nTrrr- - Kraak -kim-iwuuaij- t ai iUCdRltSa In the uiiiil Ninii- - nut put I H isUiiyrii on the liiitom tiy I vilie I r On- - iitiniry ie V Mrir You CitlaUfm Clvuir i A wibtuan vas who driven awav customers- - tho ilrrliy null Texas Silting tMtic ol irjlff wlo iih our Imtar free khuca rn rrt Htnictibbk how tool the tc Â¬ - SST run hOSJmrsSaafrffer - w 5flBI Â¬ Â¬ Dl MOCKATQ WASHINGTON CUOSSINd N V Woild WAWll Â¬ Till MKINUiY - DI-L- -- - Â¬ PHILOSOPHER were presented the manufacturers were as much surprised as was the country to Mud that they got every thing which they had asked 1ndcr the present circumstances hearings be- Â¬ fore the senate committee would mean simply that those who were Interested iu the protective duties would present long talcs of woe and protest that any reduction of duty would ruin them Thoy would exaggerate the elYeot of any change In the hope of securing some sort of concession and would throw uo real light on the question ftinilod how vested interests are really No groat loss without some small likely far he affected by the changes iu to jruln be wild Tvo got the measuru tho rates of duty All the Information anyhow ot tlmtlU which Is now likely to be got by And ho walked Iu hihI sput on tho public hearings is already iu the posses ML Louh itbahourth PostIU lion of the senate from tho voluminous JHltCU reports of the lust few yours live ono down near the French market who puts history to sleep Jo lougl Sure thing Why say he gives tho sagos cards and spades That man had been saving up money patiently for years to buy u new show window One day he got tho required amount to gether and he came uptown and or dered a plate glass a half Inch thick and finally It was in position Tho man would stand Inside and lookout thou he would stand outside and look iu You never saw such a perfect pic Â¬ ture of contentment Dont see any philosophy in that Well hold on One day the mans big Newfoundland dog lay asleep In tho store Along came a dime museum wagon with two bears In a cage and a keeper sitting beside them trying to look scared but really looking foolish tho bears wore so small and harmless There was u gong on tho wagon ami it created u rush to tho street The dog looked up his eye caught the bears and ho made a dash right straight through that plate glass window There whs u crash then the crowd gathered and men women and children talked excitedly for tho window and Its cost and Its history woro well known The calmest person In the crowd was tho umn himself Ho stood there a minute looking at tho irregular hole Then he Â¬ And the McHtruotlciv f 1IU Now Wlnilmv Didnt Worry lllin Talk about dciul philosophers said the man at the bar Theres a Â¬ Mn hill auud proceed with greater expedition than hitherto Huston Her ald Tho protectionist scheme has al and at those which preceded the McKlnley act of t si this diplomatic pol ways boon to complicate the tariff st cy was followed with unexpected re- that nobody can understand It Tin sults Higher rates were asked In not way to reform It Is to simplify It a few cases than It was cxpucted to se Down with the rascally schedules ami cure tlien when the details of the bill classifications Louisville Courier some room for apparent concession In the hearings held when the repub lican senate bill of ISSS was prcparnd Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ally iu the elections of iSHO and ISiiJ that it desired a moderation of the ex treme protective system As to details tne hearings of the past have shown chiefly w hat duties those engaged in the protected industries desired while the main evidence which they have brought forward ir justification of their demands has consisted of lengthy comparisons of the rate of wages in European countries and in thelnlted States without any reference to the relative efficiency of labor la the two If It were desired really to secure trustworthy and solid information as to the expediency of the dilVcrent rates of duty it would be necessary to have something more than this sort of vague and ex parto testimony Men Interested iu protective industries are inevitably tempted to exaggerate their need of duties and Indeed will often honestly think that their business requires a greater degree of protection than iu fact there Is any occasion for It Is an open secret too that they will sometimes intentionally ask for more than they expect to got so as to leave Â¬ democrats were put into power by the people It is as carefully framed in its details as any tarlfV measure which has been before the community for the last thirty years It is n1it likely to be unproved in the provisions as to pro tected articles by hearings or by tinkering in the senate On the othei hand tho business Interests of the community demand a speedy settlement of the tarill quest ion -- Harpers Weekly OPINIONS AND POINTERS Â¬ Â¬ it 1 times women call on their family physicians MiirrliiR ns tlivy imagine ono fioi dyMH psIa iimulior from limit cIismmj Melxinleys swing around the IllUltlli uoin dikeaso nnotlior circle might have more elTeet if the from nervous liver or llilmy or prostration exhaustion i o l date were two years later it will re- - a not ICr With lUllll liArn m v presentr alike to tlieinvlvi quire a good deal of a strain to seen iuta V l i y golng and indliroreat or ovei r- the enthusiasm up to this pitch until iVli doctor hejvirato busy dutlaet IMM St loutslilobe Dcmoerat Hep I for which ho iirrscrlhftiand iililiwi disease bin The handwriting on the wall avsmniK tltmto li0 Mch when In reality spells McKlnley in Pennsylvania but i lyKieum outside of that citadel of the sky high IIIIMUUMI in Niuier unr LMuiiiiriiiri ignorant i of a It reads tariff Proceed with tile Wil until largo hills am laado Th s Y Conservatism is the name of the senatorial decoy duck the MelCiu ley itesare now depending upou V World viiI stood a ono hunlml midtwoiityftvopounE With pleasure I remain Yourn truly Tho folloivlmr Ister of 1 avorito Prescription for leucor and utorlao lelility than I have sit eon yeaix I nn eure1 of my trc and now weigh oao hundred and KVt bK winds whereas my weight for XiS r Piorcosi ii 1 jt iir fmm wm Is i Ali xr - oy ivasonoi tnoueinv wrong tivatmentnnd coiiscsmeat tompHratliiiiii A t r n si IWt hut imtably Sift -- i i f It Vl I Wiv rl ilJmi iiVii i f nKww rM loi o V0 frj Wil lorewVi l 5 directed to the coiim would reinovtil tho illsca tln rehy vMlon lo h rrK mtl1 t1 lni 1p lrt I Kll ii uff fa I hiltl i nm fifty three ywiri o comfort instead of prologMl mlsory L ft to in J good ft did JJ L rw0eiihd iyou for 1a on the part of those iu national control are alone necessary to the establishment of better times than could ever be hoped for under the banefnl inlluonco ild aiuU or Zi penty of tho country is rcstorcl to rceoiiunpii1 Dr lrw ami that time eouphl with wise action Wrcrt to tlWl oiiuros iivnn iiiiiiiiuimi that the once t m fact oiinty Ohio Hho lutil nn ATniriiu it1 nivtvnvv UllVll WO win iH rnut lu r tit - int t i louruai langtinge It Illustrates tlm foregoing own Hho If congress will execute the man writes mil very date It has received from the people Imd ln licil most fmmitlio time dragging of its task Is comparatively easy If in down iwliu through my liack ami hh m sists on executing tho mandate of a upiH tlto no energy Tho family phyMckn WIW treat lL inu fnrllvnr o iT t lobby of protectionists It cannot re did not get form the tarllV but the people will ad m I tlinight any bettor under that ti eatment I would try Dr Pien es Favorite dress themselves to the task of reform Prtwrlptton ami uin Ciniim Mtsllnd Dii ing congress Louisville Courier-Jour-nI ono u i ctiiumtieti t lie r use until 1 The welcome report that the tlmo 1 felt oo well d ot l h mZSVsV ft It States treasury Is in an Im to take any mom uZ 111 t- twllle lgui mi YmtiV 1 viT school teacher i 1 lercoK r Mwornoiih l iullller o- KwWowS miotft x IS Â¬ iVu lrim womoa generaliv Hiyorlto IVcerlntimri u V j i Â¬ Â¬ al JJKrM - poAo Inltd iniuier evi I enoral pros- - BKor- - urr11tt thl AofS Strkiinlorlmi R1 K Holom S JS I wonMhko dnKnat mlil xt on ttir80r Ivlng a 7o how chronic woakmUos nniVmiJ liar to women It u -itiiiiib U uttrM tonl inniii iiii S S curo nll1 P-u- ufli t i IL n Ir cr- - trtiiKth totlio AvBiyl m nffiL A Wonmi S t IifilfV Bit J ofoSl SWMiS AwatlS rtwiS Son i8Ut IUf av ffife 7c V11 t0W l Tni M t - i lt ti T-- m itiiii K 1 1 iwjjtih H M V ta 4 I - to TALMGES SERMON Tho Distinguished Divine Again In tho South Tlir Knp of HirUtrtiilom lUnglng In a llrilrt -- 1nrtn of h Urtmt llan Found In the ChiiiuI and Arotilnilul What it World of Import unco la Ilttln Thing T DoWItt Tnlmngc l D who Is now visiting tho south selected us Pn Ihcsubjcot of Sundays sermon uppreciutod Services the text Itolng Through taken from II Cor xl W a window In n basket was I let down by the Willi Damascus In a elty of white and glis tening arclilteuturo sometimes culled the eye of tho onnt sometimes called a pearl surrounded Vy emeralds at one tlmo distinguished for sxvordi of the isist material culled Damascus blades and upholstery of richest fabric called ituitinslciv A horseman by the mime of Inul riding toward this city had been thrown from the saddle The bond had dropped under a Hush from I In shy which at the name time was so bright it blinded tho rider for many days and 1 think so permanently Injured his eyesight that this defect of vision became tho thorn in the llesh ho afterwards speaks of He started for Damascus to butcher Christians but after that hard fall from his horso he was a el tan red man and preached Christ in Damascus till the elty was shaken to Its foundation The mayor gives authority for his ur- Kill him reM and the popular cry is Kill him The elty Is surrounded by a high wall and t lie gates are watched b the police lest the Cielllau preacher escape Many of tho houses are built no the wall and their balconies pro Jcctcd elenr ooi ami hovered above the gardens outside It was customary to lower baskets out of these balconies nd pull up fruits and Mowers from the gardens To this day visitors at the monastery of Mount Sinai are lifted Detectives and let down in baskets prowled around from house to house looking or Paul but his friends hid Rev Â¬ Â¬ l S him now in one place now in unit l her lie Is no coward as fifty In his life demonstrate Incident Uut he feels his work Is not done Is yet and so lie evades assassination that preacher here the foaming mob Is that shout at one house door fanatic hero the police shout at an Â¬ other door Sometimes on the street incognito he passes through a crowd of slouched lists and sometimes he se cretes himself on the housetop At last the infuriated populace get on sSInT They have positive evl Ira el of him Jenec that lie Is in the house of one of the t hristians the balcony of whoso Here ho nomc reaches ox el tho wall is The vociferation and Here he is blasphemy and howling of the pursuers are nt the front door They break In Ketch out that iospolizcr and let his head on the elty ns hang Tho emergency ute Where is he Â¬ Â¬ Providentially there xvas wan terrible i gootl stout basket in tho house mi but surely further and further down until the basket strikes the rarth and the apostle steps out and n foot and alone starts on that famous missionary tour the story of which has istonishcd earth and Heaven Appro priate entry ii Pauls diary of travels Through a window In a basket xvas I let down by tho wall Observe tirst on xvhat a slender tenure great re ults hang The ropomak cr xv ho twisted that cord fastened to that lowering basket never knew how much would depend on tho strength of it How If it hud been broken and tho apostles life had boon dashed out fut would have become of the Christian church All that magnificent mis sionary work in Putuphyliu Cappa ilocia iiihitia Macedonia would never All his writhave been accomplished ings that make up so Indispensable and enchanting a part of tho Now Tfcstn incut would never havo been written The story of resurrection would never havo been so gloriously told as he told it That example of heroic and triumphant endurance at Phllllppl In tho Mediterranean curoclydon under flag- Â¬ ellation and at his beheading would not have kindled tho courage of 10000 Hut tho rope holding martyrdoms that basket hoxv much depended on It tfo again and again great results havo hung on xvlia seemed slander elrctiin ttituoc Did ever ship of many thousand tons rrosslng the sea liax u such Important passenger as had once a boat of leaves from taflrail to stern only three or four sloxvly Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Paul steps Into It The basket Is lifted to the edge of the balcony on the iviill and then while Paul holds on to the rope with both hands his friends lower uxxnx carefully and cautiously ket Pauls friends fasten a rope to the bas Â¬ IW ri s feet tho vessel made xvatorproof by a coat of bitumen and floating on tho Nile xvlth tin Infant laxvglver of tho What If some croco- Â¬ Joxvs on board What If some of dile should crush It In for u drink should tho cattle wading Vessels of xvur soinotiincs carsink It forty guns looking through tho ry tort holes ready to open battle Hut that tiny craft on the Nllo scorned to Ihj armed with all tho gum of thutulor that bombarded Sliml nt tho laxv giv- Â¬ ing On hoxv frag Ho crnft sallod how much of historical importance The parsonage at Kpxvorth Kng In an Mro In tho night uuft tho fiithor rushed through tho hnllxvay for tho Seven children rescue of his children Â¬ ire out and safe on tho ground but remains In tho consuming build mi hand for tho voracious appetite of a hungry ntudont The yearn go by nnd tho son hail boon ordained nnd Is preaching tho glorious Gospel nnd tho great revival comes and nouls by scores nnd hun Â¬ dreds accept the Ooixpcl from tho lips of tho young preacher and father and mother qulto old tioxv tiro visiting tho Hon nt the village parsonage and nt tho cloQ of tho Sabbath of mighty blessing father mid mother retlro to their room tho son lighting tho way and asking them If ho can do anything to make them more comfortable saying If they want anything in thu night just to knock on tho wall Ami thou all alone father and mother talk over tho gracious Influences of tho day and say Well It xvas worth all wo wont through to educate that boy It was u hard pull but xvo hold on till tho xvork xvas done The world may not know It but mother xvo held the ropo didnt xve And tho voice tremulous xvlth joyful emotion responds Yes father I feel my xvork Is xve held tho rope done Now Lord lottost thou thy ser vant depart In peace for mlno oyes have seen thy salvation I never Pshuxvl says tho father felt so much like living as now I want to see xvhat that fellow Is going to do he has begun so xvell Oh men and women hero assembled you brug sometimes hoxv you havo fought your way In the world but 1 think there have been helpful In- Â¬ fluences that you have never fully ac knowledged lias there not been some iulluenee in your early or present home that the xvorld can not see Does there not reach to you from among the New Kngluud hills or from western prairies or from southern plantation or from Kngllsh or Scottish or Irish homo a cord of Influence that has kept you right xvliou you would have gone astray and xvhleh after you had made a crooked track recalled I he you rope may bo as long an H years or r00 miles long or H000 miles long but hands that ivont out of mor- Â¬ tal sight long ago still hold tho rope You want tu very sxvlft horse nnd you need to rowel him xvlth tho sharpest spurs and to let the reins Ho loose upon the neck and to give a shout to a racer if you are going to rtdo out of reach of your mothers prayers Why a ship crossing the Atlantic In seven days cant sail uxvay from thorn A sailor finds them on tho lookout as ho takes his place and Muds them on tho mast as ho climbs tho ratlines to disentangle a rope in the tempest and Muds them swinging on the hammock xvliou he turns In Why not be frank and ac knowledge It the most of us would mans life is an island betxveeii long ago havo been dashed to pieces txvo eternities -- eternity past rippling had not gracious and loving hands against his shoulders eternitv to come steadily and lovingly and mightily held touching his brow The casual the tlir rope accidental that xvhleh merely hap Hut there must come a tlmo when xvo pened so are parts of a great puiu ami shall find out xvho theso Damascenes the rope that lots tho fugitive apostle xx ere who lowered Paul In the basket from the Damascus wall is the cable and greet them and all those xvho havo that holds to Its mooring the ship of rendered to Ood and the xvorld unrec Â¬ the church in the northeast storm of ognized and unrecorded services That the centuries is going to bo ono of the glad exciteAgain notice uurccogiiied ami unre ments of Heaven the hunting up and lio spun that ropoV picking out of those xvho did great corded services N ho stead- Â¬ good on earth and got no credit for It Who tied it to tho basket ied Illustrious preacher as he Here the church has been going on for the stepped into It Who relacd not a nineteen centuries and this probably muscle of the arm or dismissed an he first sermon ever recognizing the anxious look from his face until the services of the people in that Damascus basket tour hud-- tho ground and dis balcony Charles Kinney said to a Not dvlug Christian charged its uiaguiMccnt cargo live my lovo to Su one of their names has come to us but Paul when you meet him When you there was no work done that day in and I meet him as xvo will I sluil ask Daimucus or in all the earth com him to introduce mo to those people pared xvitli the importance of their who got him out of the Damascene xvork What If they had u their agita- peril tion tied a knot that could slip What Once for thlrty slx hours xvo expected if the sound of tho mob at the door had every moment to go to the bottom of Paul must lake care the ocean led them to say Tho waves struck through of himself ami xve will take care of the skylights and rushed into the hold No no They held the of the ship and hissed against the boilourselves rope and in doing so did more ers It xvas an awful time but by the for the Christian church than any blessing of Ood and the faithfulness of thousand of us will ever accom tho men In charge we came out of the Hut Ood knows and has cyclone nnd xvo arrived at homo Kach plish made eternal record of their un- one before leaving tho ship thanked dertaking And they knoxx-- Iloxvev I apt Audrexxs I do not think there ultaut they must lmvo felt when they xvas a man or woman that went read his letters to tho Romans to the olV that ship without thanking Corinthians to tho Onlatlaus to tho Ciipt Androxxs and xvhen years after Kpheslnns to the Philipplaus to tho heard of his death xvas Impelled to Colossiaus to the Thessalonlans to w rite a letter of condolence to his famTimothy to Titus to Philemon to the ily in Liverpool K very body recognized Hebrews and when they heard hoxv he the goodness the courage the kind walked out of prison xvlth the earth Â¬ ness of Capt Andrews but It occurs to quake unlocking the door for him ami me now that xvo never thanked tho en took command of the Alexandrian corn gineer Ho stood away down In tho ship xvlien the sailors wore nearly darkness and the hissing furnaces do scared to death and preached a sermon lug his xvholo duty Nobody thanked that nearly shook Kollx oil his judg- Â¬ tho engineer but Ood recognized his hear tho tuoii anil women heroism and his continuance and his ment seat xvho helped him down through tho fidelity and there xx 111 bo just as high xvindow and over tho wall talking reward for the engineer xvho worked in private iwor tho matter and saying out of sight as the captain who stood How glad I uuiThat xvo affected hut on the bridge of the ship In tho midst resouet In coming times others tnay of the howling tempest got the glory of Pauls xvork but no A Christian woman xvas seen going ono can rob us of the satisfaction of along the edge of tho wood every evenknowing that xvo held the rope tide and the neighbors of the country There ur suld to bo about 0U 000 min- did not understand hoxv a mother xvlth isters of religion in this country About so many etuos and anxieties should 0000 warrant emtio from early homes xvastu no much tlmo as to bo idly which had to struggle for the nocos sauntering out evening by evening It sarloi of life Tho sons of rich bank Â¬ xvas found out afterward that she xvout ers and merchants generally become thorn to pray for her houbohold and bankers and merchants Tho most of xvhllo there ono evening she wrote that those xvho become ministers are tho beautiful hymn famous in all ages for sous of thoM xvho had terrific struggle cheering Christian hearts 1 lovo tofttt ul u whl lo awuy to got their ovcry day broad Tho col- Â¬ From ovorv oiuutiurlnji care legiate and theological education of Ami Mtul Mm hour of mlnff day that sou took every luxury from tho In humble grateful itmyer parental table for eight years Tho Shall there Ihj no roxvnrd for such other childion woro mere scantily up Tho ion at college every little unpretending yet everlasting service psreled Wo go into long sermon to prove that xvhllo got a bundle from home In It woro the socks that mother had knit xve will bo able to rocognUo people In slttlug up Into nt night her sight not Heaven when there Is one reason xve an good us ouco It xvas An there also fall to prcsqnt nnd that Is batter than We shall xvcro some delicacies from tho sisters nil Uod will Introduce us Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ing That nun wakes and find lug hbrbod on Mro and the building crumb- Â¬ ling comes to tho window mul txvo MMisants make ti ladder of their bodice one peasant standing on tho shoulder of the other and down tho human lad Â¬ der tho boy descends John Wosloy If you would lenoxv how much depend Â¬ ed on that ladder of peasants ask tho millions of Methodists on both sides of tho sea Ask their mission stations all round the world Ask the hundreds of thousands already ascended to Join tholr founder who would have perished but for the living stair of peasant shoulders An Kngllsh ship stopped at Pltcalrn island and right in the midst of stir sounding cannibalism and squalor the passengers discovered a I hristlau colony of churches and schools and bcatlful homes and highest stylo of Kor fifty religion and civilisation years no missionary and no Christian Influence lauded there Why this oasis of light amid a desert of heathendom Sixty years before a ship had met disaster and one of the sailors unable to savo anything else went to his trunk and took out a Hlble xvhloh his mother had placed there and swam ashore the Hlble held in his teeth Tho bonk xvas read on all sides until the rough and vicious Mopulution xvas evangelized and a church xvas started ami an enlightened conunonxxcalth established and the worlds history has no more brilliant page than that which tells the transformation of a nation by one book It did not seem of much Im portance whether the sailor continued to hold the book In his teeth or let It fall in the breakers but upon xvhat small circumstance depended what mighty results Practical inference There uro no in significances In ourllves The minutest tiling is part of a mngltude Infinity is made up of infinitesimals Oout things an aggregation of small things Hcthlchcm ituiugcr Mill lug on a star In the eastern sky One book in a dronchd sailors mouth tho evangeliation of a multitude One boat of pirpyrus on two Nile freighted with events for all ages The fate of Christendom In a basket lcf WTwn from a xvindow on the wall If you nmko a What you do do well rope make it strong and true for you know not hoxv much may depend on If you fashion a your workmanship for you boat let it Ih waterproof know not who may sail in it if you put a Hible in the trunk of your boy as ho goes from home let it be heard in your prayers for it may have a mission as farreachiug as the book which the sailor carried in bis teeth to Pileairu beach The plainest have You would set be guilty of the ImpollteRe oi having friends in your parlor not Introduced mul celestial politeness will demand that wo bo made acquainted Â¬ thm nil pointed out IQHOpU AND OHUBOH ni deny Christian burial to hmIuUI wna tho lnxv in thu medlovnl ohMreh etH Tho number of religion tercd by the rogUtrar gouoral of Sower act house In l7 hh having pUeeaol worship in Knglmtd wita IM In twenty years thoy have morn Uirh doubled tho number Inst ywr lnlng 170 Half tho incoino of tho HalvatloH army Ih collected uhlelly In ponee from the poor Dr llarnitrdoa Inat ro port shows that of tho Income for the two vonr amounting to iiniMM thirds ot thu amount xvas given In small Hums of ono pound and less KroHiioy tho historian onoo made a calculation as to tho amount of read Ing one should do in order to obtain xvhat ho called a passing knowledge of history To sacred biitory hu a signed throe months of thirty tlayN each ten hours xvorlt to tho dayi to tho history of ancient Egypt Assyria and Persia ono month to Orcek his tory nix Roman history by modern xvrltors seven by ancient wrltoru nlxj ecclesiastical history thirty modern history twenty four re reudlngH nnd references forty eight months total tun and u half yearn According to tho Texas Christian Advocate over one tenth of the members of the Methodist Kplsoopal church south live In Texas The statistics ol the live Texan conferences Junt held show a membership of 17810 to any nothing of those members in tho bounds of the Mexican border Nuxv Mexico mid Oerman mission conforoucim xvho live within thu bounds of tho state The church In the five conferences owns property worth Jl7Ii7ft Thu minutes shown total of Suudtiy schooli numbering 1IM xvlth 74 tiltl scholars Probably the most turbulent ohiM of people In Turkey are tho softas or students connected xvlth tho mosques Kvery little xvhllo thoy gel up n disturbance posting seditious play curds around the elty As It is impossible to identify the actual culprits u general degree of rustication Is Issued by the Sultan by xvhleh all studies arc suspended for u foxv moullis mid the students are sent off to their homes nil over the Interior expenses being paid by the government This generally works a euro life lu lhe Inland pro v luces not having for them tho nt tractions that they Mud In the oily One more fruit school has Ihcu established In Krench Suvoy at These schools arc private but they rooolxo from the government an annual subsidy of three thousand francs each There are ton of thorn nearly all In eastern Krauee mid each has no more than ten or txvolvo pupils xvho are taught practically how to cul- Â¬ tivate mid husband fruits especially hoxv to make those exquisite Kreuoh cheeses which are sold throughout the xvorld Most of tho pupils are destined to become foremen lu private farms xvhere the industries of friilt ralslug and cheese uiaklng are carried on upon mi extensive sealo -Â¬ Soma llrlllnh alewrVHWW hnr pel Honed thearchblMhopof Canterbury t to give introduction God will take ns through and before our first 514 hours in Heaven if It xvorc cnloulutod by earthly tlmo ploccn havo passed we hall moot mul tnlk xvlth mora Heav Â¬ enly celebrities than in our entire morÂ¬ tal state xvo mot xvlth earthly celebri- Â¬ ties Many who made great noise of usefulness xv 111 not nit on the Inst seat by tho front door of tho Heavenly tem- Â¬ ple xvhllo right up within arms roach of tho Heavenly throne will bo many xvho though they could not preach themselves or do great exploits for Ood nevertheless hold the ropo Come let us go right up and accost those on thtH clrclo of Heavenly thrones Surely they must have killed In battle a million men Surely thoy must have boon buried xvlth all tho ca Â¬ thedrals sounding a dirge and nil tho towers of all tho cities toll tho national grief Who art thou mighty ono of I lived by choice Heaven the un Â¬ married daughter In u humble homo that I might take care of my parent In their old age and 1 endured without complaints all their querulousnest and ministered to all their xvanCH for Â¬ with nil the hcavonly household Whnr rehearsal of old times and recital of stirring reminiscences If others fall Â¬ JO years Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Let us pass on round tho clrclo of Who art thou mighty thrones 1 Ono of I leaven wim for H yearn a Christian invalid and suffered all the while occasionally writing n noto of sympathy for thoso worse olT than I ami xvas general confidant of nil thoso xvho had trouble ami ouco In a xvhllo I xvas strong enough to niako a gar Â¬ ment for that poor family in the back Pass on to another throne lane Who art thou mighty ono of Heaven I was the mother xvho raised a whole family of children for Ood and they are out In tho xvorld Christian merÂ¬ chants Christian mechanics Christian wives and I havo full rexvard of all my toll Lot us pass on In tho clrclo of I had a Sabbath school thrones class and they xvero always on my heart and they all entered the king dom of Ood ami am xvaltlug for theli arrival Hut xvho art Thou tho mighty One In of Hoavou on this other throne tlmo of bitter persecution 1 oxvned a house In Damascus a house on the A man xvho preached Christ xvas wall hounded from street to street and 1 htil him from tho assassins and xvliou found them breaking In my house and I could no longer keep him safely advised him to flee for his life and u basket xvas let down over tho wall xvlth tho maltreated man in it and I xvas one xvho helped hold tho rope And I said Is that all and he ansxvered That is all And xvhllo I was lost In amazement I heard a strong voice that hounded ns though It might once have been hoarse from many exposures and triumphant as though it might have bellowed to Not one of thu martyrs and It said many mighty not many noble are called but Ood hath chosen tho weak things of tho xvorld to confound the things xvhleh are mighty mid bus things of the xvorld and things xvhleh are despised hath Ood chosen yea and things xvhleh are not to bring to naught things xvhleh are that no llesh And I should glory In his presence from xvhenco the voice looked to see came and lo It xvas the very one xvho Through a xvindow In a had said basket xvas I let down by tho xvull Henceforth think of nothing ns insignificant A little thing may decldn your till A Cunnrder put out from Â¬ 1 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Irony-Niir-Ai- w WEDDING RINGS In Ulil Their fun Purlin AVurlil Count rbm All tlm Agon Kugliind Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ equipped but In putting up a stove in the pilot box a nail xvas driven too near tho compass You know how that mill would a Meet the compass Tho ships ofltcor decided by that distracted com pass put the ship JOOmlloH oil her right course mid suddenly the man on the lookout cried Land hot and the ship xyas halted within a foxv yards of her demolition on Nantucket shoals A six penny nail came near wrecking n Small ropes hold mighty Cunnrder destinies Couldnt Stand lu lllugn You know that uexv xvatch dog of mlno lies left Kingley Why xvhat xvas Hlngo I xvas foollsli the matter enough to take homo a copy of a comto paper xvlth a picture of a burglar in it Â¬ for New York It xvas xvell 1 Wedding rings woro used both by the Orceks ami Unmans but then only nt tho ceremony of betrothal mul not that of marriage The Anglo Saxon bridegroom al tho betrothal gave u wetl or pledge ami a ring was pucod on the maidens right hand xvhere It remained until marriage and xvus then transferred to the left During the reigns of Oeorge I mid Oeorgu II the weeding ring xvas often worn on the thumb The placing of the ring on the book Is a remnant of tho ancient custom of blessing the ring by sprinkling holy xvafer lu tho form of a cross mul this is still done In tho Ho man church One of the earliest forms of rings xvas the gemel or double ring mul this xvas used as n pledge before mar- Â¬ riage Thoy xvero generally ntailo In three parts mid broken In tho prcsoitcn of u witness xvho retained the third part In Oerniany Sweden Norway mid Denmark It xvas a common cus tom for the engaged couple each to give to the other a plain gold ring muoh resembling a wedding ring In the last century wedding rings xvero frequently Inscribed xvlth posies DV John Thomas xvho was bishop of Lin coln iu I7l married four times Th motto or posy on the wedding ring his fourth marriage xvas Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lllhhnuh came Into use In Kuropo If I Mirvlvo Ill iniiUit Dunn llvo during thu crusades The Krench lad les during the thirteenth century tlud King Henry VIII gave Anno o them to every part of tholr costume Cloves a ring xvlth the posy CIimI miikI mo xvult to keen ami went Muttering about their particolored ribbons Muttering in thobrcezfi It xvas a general custom In tho mid - Did Mr Niphard threaten to kill dle ages for theonIrrldegroom to pUou the ring llrst the thumb of the himself when you refused him Yes Well ho didnt ho naked mo bride then on her second finger mid Tho poor dear then then on her third nt the natuo of ouch to Ih his xvlfo person of tho Trinity leaving It ns ho xvas really braver than I thought the rubric directs on her fourth linger Inter Ocean at the word Amen thus signifying by The Mont Cenls nmd lian a II per notion not less than by xvord that hu cent grade tho Ulghl UtJ thu road up xvas undertaking tho duties of the mar Mount Vesuvius fll In other xvordr rled state lu the name of tho Knther the Ulghl is about as steep ns u ntalr of tho Son mul of the Holy Ghost way tho Vesuvius road is an steop as t The reason assigned for the fourth fin- Â¬ ladder ger being appointed ns tho Himl rest When tho ostrich U to lie dlvontod lug place of the wedding ring I be of Its plumage a long hood is placed cnuso on that linger there is generally on its head and It ii the confined iu a believed to Ihj a certain vein which pro rullud luclosuro aboul three feet ceeds to tho heart The left hand fsost prolmblv xvus appointed square The birds rarely show light tht virgins espoused to the HnreJ wrt Last year the Union Pacific earned the ring of their eelesttal NMrUeU e fjoiut40lOu nnd expendtd lllbll the right hand WetmlM8te JUvlew Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ bu iuu4 SJ A- - Jk 1 h t lmggggmHMMBVIHV Weather Tho following data from tho record of observations for tho month of May taken at tho weather bureau station in Cingln natl for a poriod of twonty thrco years is interesting Tho warmest May was that of 1881 with an averago of 700 degrees and tho coldest that of 1891 with an avTho highest tern erago of 090 degrees pcraluro during any May was 91 degrees on May SO 187 1 nnd May 127 1875 tho lowest temperature was J15 degrees on Tho greatest monthly May 22 1883 precipitation was 847 inches in 1882 and tho lowest was 102 inches in 1871 The nvcrngo number of cloudless dnys was 9 tho averago partly cloudy days 14 and cloudy days 8 Tho prevailing winds havo boenfrom tho southeast Tho high Â¬ est velocity of tho wind during any May was 8G miles from tho northwest on May 11 1889 and on May C 18U3 from the southwest Tho average- dav on which last killing frost occurred in spring was April 20 Our better halves say they could not keep houso without Chamberlains Cough Remedy It is uscdin more than half tho homes in Leeds Sims llros Leeds Iowa This shows tho esteem in which that remedy is held whoro it has been sold for years and is well known Mothers havo learned that there is nothing so good for colds croup and whoomntr couch that it cures thec ailments quickly and permanently and that it is pleasant and safe for children to take 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale lMck Your Â¬ - -- J 1 h aFgiWnHWgTCmir a iiMiugyitMi iwii jui JUlljt JwMPW n Mi MTr T-1- fftfiALDi During tho entire week and until tho entire lot is closed out our 1 Ik Solid CI old Fuuntain Pens go at 1 each as long as they last We have one of these nons filled remlv for UOV nll VUil m nnf uxr U ill tliivi uj hi FRED J Jeweler HEINTZ Manufacturing iiMiwvlmi Tit o ri USlOIli HOliae nquun- 7 ir jjcaiiiium y I i - 12 10 n JCTk JL JL S JC3LJK 2 JJ W SHORT STREET LEXINGTON KY Broakfnst from 5 lo u Rogitlar Moals 25 coats Meals to order nt all hours Supper from 5 to 0 p m in to H p m m in Dinner from 1 HR4JP VOysters Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken a Specialty cbSMI C OMBS J HOUSE OAMPTON KY B HOLLOX Pnonurron aUTBBIB 9 W AX SOU 18 A Bnlomn IMnrrlngo Ceremony A Btrnngo wedding ceremony took plnco nt Columbus Ohio recently It was tho nmrriago of n daughter nt tho bcdsldoof her dying father mid nt 1hb request Edwnrd Babbitt nn old sol- Â¬ dier with n record to bo proud of hns been lying nt tho point of death for a few dayB nnd tho attending physician announced that bo could not hvo through The patronngo of the traveling public is respectfully solicited Tabic tho best nnd every attention to tho comfort of guests 20 and 22 N UPPER STREET LEXINGTON KY - A LLEN HOUSE LEK CITY KY The above house is now open to tho pub lic nnd tiie patronage solicited Table the best tlio country nllords and charges rea sonable Good stable and care of horses Give uiu a call C li ALLKN Â¬ Foreign Domestic Dry Goods AND DRESS MAKING- --SHMLLINERY I ter Miss Jcnilfev is his favorito child and as ho knoptp was soon to bo mar- Â¬ ried to John ScySEJur Sozor of thntcity it was tho fathers wish to havo tho cero mony porformed in bis prcsenco and bo foro bo became unconscious Accord- Â¬ ingly hasty preparations wcro mndo for tho ceromony nnd standing by tho bed- Â¬ side of tho dying man tho sacred words pronouncing tho couplo man and wife were said The ceremony was witnessed only by tho members of tho familes of tho contracting parties and was impres sivo in tho extreme than they presumo Jonathan Kension of Bolan Worth county Iowa who had beon troubled with rheumatism in his back arms and shoulders read an item in bis paper about bow a prominent German citizen of Ft Madison had been cured Ho procured thosamo medicine nnd to use his own words It cured me right up Ho also Bays A neigh bor and his wifo were both sick in led with rheumatism Their boy was over to my houso nnd said they were so bad that ho had to do the cooking I told him of Chamborlains Pain Jialm and how it had cured mo ho got a bottle nnd nnd it cured them up in a week 50 cent bottles for snlo by John M Rose One of tho Httmly old stock Grand mn Wrny of Falrbury III who has just celebrated her ono hundred and second birthday says I hear people talking of hard times now Why if thoso peoplo who are indulging in that kind of talk should seo half as bard times as I have experienced in my life the insane asylums would have to bo estab lished in every county and would be enlarged to hold the crowd Many times havo I taken the axo and gone with my brothers and sisters to the hills of Vir- Vc girls used to ginia anu cut wood cut just as much wood as the boys Wo would swing tho axes with everv bit as much vim as they Where is there a girl of fifteen years nowadnvs that will do liko that Many times have I taken a hired mans place in tho field with a hoe cultivating tobacco corn and even Â¬ tho night Mr Babbitts eldest daugh- Â¬ by John M Rose A Â¬ Grand Opening of Spring Dress Goods Every Day I Thoso who nover read tho advertise- Â¬ ments in their newspapers miss moro miles abovo Port Deposit is a bed of CUSTOMKKS recognizo tlio lact tnat wo uro giving gravel where shad rock and herring go T JAMES HOTEL Â¬ host valuo and showing tho largest assortmont of In tho spring and ctrly sumto spawn localmer largo schools ot fish go to this Fourth Street near Main and Sousonnblu Dross Goods Silks Novoltios Vol bald and gray eagles flock to tho ity anu CINCINNATI O and Millinerv of any houso in Kentucky Silks vicinity for tho purposo of preying on China India and Japan such stylos woro novor them Tho water on the Cecil oounty Gio WKDUKS SONS MiiimKir T shown such beauties woro novor soon prices woro novor so low boo sido is about 10 feet deep and being OTho patronage of Wolfe and Morgan tho groat variety and novolty in our Fronch Silks Satin Duchess fish aro readily seen by their counties solicited clear the winged enemies Moiro Antique Brociulps Stripes Poau do Soio Zanzibars and Cha Â¬ gray oiigie wiw u rouKiisu in iuv i meleon o fleets Havo ovory woavo known to tho most famous makers water and pounced upon him sinking OTEL LELAND Lexington Ky in Europe Our Grenadines aro a specialty and our patterns can bo his talons deep into tho sido of tho fish H S 11 ItllOOKS Proprietor found no whoro else When tho bird attempted to ariso he found tho load more than he could carry New Building Gas and KUctric Light Our Spring Woolens aro beautiful and our importations aro tho Ho could not release his hold either Electric Klcvatorl Heated throughout with latest our stock tho largest and most varied our stylos unoqualed Finally ho was dragged under the water Hot Water -Kates 200 a Day Near and drowned Novoltios in China and lapanoso Draperies The current carried the eaglo and tho fish into a fishpot where business center and depot Come and see Respectfully 8 K BROOKS Embroideries Laces and Whito Goods Underwear Corsets and tho bodies were found with tho hold of me tho eagle unrclaxed The fish weighed Hosiery India Linen Dimity Mulls Pique French and English Nain- Â¬ 10 pounds and the bird measured six sooks Embroidered Swiss VICTOR BOGAGRT feet from tip to tip of the wing Balti Â¬ more Sun Artistic patterns in wash materials Duck Suitings Galatoa Cloths Figured Corded Muslin Zephyr Ginghams Keal Fronch Organdies A Ill urn u D113 our own designs Such a rarely boautiful selection of these lovely April 19 will always be remembered as 17 K Short Street anniversary of the death of tho first the goods woro nover shown bv ono house beforo Childrens Gingham martyrs in tho greatest two wars on the and Muslin Drosses splendidly mado 0 months to S years LEXINGTON KY American continent The battle of Lexington between tho Minute Men of Ready made Eton Suits in black tan and blue Shirt Waists f Massachusetts and tho British on April Diamonds Watches ancj Jewelry Black Dross Goods the best valuo tho best wearing the most satisfac10 1775 was the first struggle with Wo have Ono Hundred varieties to select bloodshed in the American revolution Reliable Goods Fair Dealing and tory are tho Lupin weaves from Storm Serges aro always ready Imperial Cords Jnoquards and on April 11 J SGI the first blood Bottom Prices All Goods and Work Â¬ At tho moutlr of Octoraro creek four IUh Drown mi Kuglo 313m Proprietor S OUR i Is pienufactuni Jeweler Â¬ t i I was shed in tho suppression of tho gigan- Â¬ tic American rebellion the fight occurring Guaranteed between a mob of Baltimore citizens and the Sixth regiment of Massachusetts volunteers P L Reese at Mt Sterling is head quarters in Kentucky fur sewing ma chines and supplies Write him for bottom prices Drunk on AVodilliif D113 A very mvsterious weddinir took place in Anderson Ind one morning last week The contracting parties came in from different directions on the early morning trains They obtained a license giving their names as A L Daily Detroit Mich and Tennio Baddow Paducah Ky cotton the ceremony It will bo an agreeable surprise to per- Â¬ Immediately afterSquire Fleming which was performed by they sons subject to attacks of bilious colic to got a cab and proceeded to take in tlio loam that prompt relief may bo had bv town becoming intoxicated taking Chamberlains Colic Cholera anil to Muncie Ind They had Thev went plenty of Diarrlirca Remedy In many instances money the attack may bo prevented by taking this remedy as soon as thjfirst symptoms UnliMUy Thirteen of the disease appear 25 and 50 cent The figure 13 seems to have figured bottles for salo by John Maltose quite prominently in the life of the poet Bii King who recently died at Bowling A Jloi rlblu Crime Green According to the Bowling fiicn i A terrible double crimo and suicido is lice ho was born on the thirteenth of tho reported from Glenville W Va Last Thursday when Airs Rodabaugh wifo month ho was a member of a family of Lloyd Rodabaugh a prosperous far- of thirteen he cast his first vote just mer and land owner returned from a thirteen years before the day of his death a visit to a neighbor sho missed tho usual he had w ipeared on tho stago just thirteen times th Opie Reed ho sat down to a of her two children and bus table w th thirteen at tho banquet tho Kind Mrs Rodabaugh entered a bed Â¬ room at an end of the building and was night of his death ami that thirteen pennies were found in his vest pocket horrified to find tho two littio children ono of whom was 3 years old and tho Neglect of tho hair often destroys other 5 hanging to a rafter in tho coil- vitality and natural hue ami causes its it ing of the room In another room the to fallout Beforo it is too Into apply of her husband was found Lifo body Ronower a suro remedy was extinct in all tho bodies and had Halls Hair been for sevoral hours No causo can An IiititiiiliuiV Work bo assigned for tho horrible crime but Tho livery and feed stablo of Jeff the general belief is that Rodabaugh was Prater a prominent merchant and hotel insane at the time man of Salyersville Ky was destroyed by lire last weok Two fine horses and A lllnniUTItliMty Nojrro property to tho amount of 7o0 A case of niavhem occurred Friday other lost and tho total lops is about wero night- last nt North Middlotowu It 2000 No insurance Tlio firo was tho ftccnifl that Mr O C Priest who con- work of an incendiary In attemptinir ducts a grocery store at that place became to save some of tho live stock Wiley involved in a dilliculty with a colored Rico was seriously burned about the face man named George Thomas who was and hands standing around after making a small mirclmso The negro upset a bottle of Drlvon llatU to Tliolr CdIIk ink and upon being reproved for his Win Dcatley tho murderer of Mart carelessness madesyme insulting remarks Cline and his father and two brothers and then dared Mr Priest to como out who were implicated waived their ex of tho house When Mr Priest turned amining trial and Wero sent back to jail to get something to defend himself the iintil tho May term They wero allowed negro sprang upon him biting his ear tho freedom of the corridor to talk to entirely oh after which ho chewed on it thoir wives Taking advantage of this awhile and tossed it away Thomas left freedom they made a desperato attempt immediately tond has not yet bceu ar to overpower Jailor Nixon and escape Ivcntucklan CUiyen rested Tho citizens of hvingsville responded in headacho you a body and drovo them back into their can relieve that Yhby buying h box of Megrimino at hv IIkkam office It will only cost cells TJTR The official history of tho Worlds fair on n posttvo guar GO niiq I i will contain thirty volumes aittw i Â¬ I vi mm 1 r Spring Cape Honriottas Crepons and Granito Cloths cloth and lace Spring Jackets new styles light in weight low in price The largest stock of Jouvin Genuine Kid Gloves in all lengths all colors the finest made Melrose -- llado in nil styles nnd sizes Lightest strongest caslcet working safest simplest moat accurate most compact ami most tnoem Tor r by nl dealers in anna Catalogues mailed freo b7 MILLINERY DEPARTMENT Tho Marlh Firo Arms Nnw Co IIAN Conn U S A The largest stock of Millinery Goods in Lexington Specialties in Bonnets Hats Childrens Caps Flowers Veilinuf Ribbon- - See our display of new things from Paris London and New York DRESS MAKING DEPARTMENT Miss Orr has charge is assured Tho latest styles are given you a perfect lit Wedding and street costumes made on short notice f - THE MILD POWER CURES CHTTXCUXEi As WATS OK HUMPHREYS Dr IliunphrovwSiirclflrnnroiiclentincAllyand uxed for years In cnrofully prupareil UPtiitMlIt private pnctlio nnd or over thirty year by tho loopo whh entire riiccvm Every nltiglo Speclllo a sttcotAl euro for the dlm aso named They euro without dniKKliiB purKltiKorralucIni the system ami are in f net iiiui devil the tiovervlgu Ilemedlci of tlio Wurlil Liir or kuumiii riicit i vaci 1 Invers Congestions Inflammations 25 a Worm Worm Koer Worm Colic tiJ 3 TrothliiKt Colic Crylnsr WnkefiilneM J5 VJ5 4 Dlnrrhcn of Children or Adults O lyntntoryOrliliiK lilllous Colio J5 U Cliolcru DIorliiirt Vomiting 25 7 Couirlis Colds UronehltK J5 U5 8 Noiirnluiii TMtlmelio Knceaclm f IItinditchoM Sick IlendnelioVertlKO J5 t Constipation 10 llyniiopHln lllllousiicH or Inliitiil 1crlodn UH 11 SiipproMHtui tt5 12 Wliltt Too Vnifusu lVrltNls KEEL PERFECTLY STILL AND LISTEN TO US -- eiyAH You must liiivt trnnilsantl it iniisl have Wu will ifiiiiriiiitce a saving tif uiinitV lo lo Jo jivr tiiit to you on tvery pur WoVtll oviiyiliing In cliasf from ii tin1 Dry Jootls nnil Xotion fiat YY n 11 Carpets Oil Cloths ami Window flunks at CINCINNATI Iiiiijlu jie elegant guaranteeil PRICES Â¬ 2i 2i 5 Â¬ lt 15 17 Sult UIiduiii Kryslelns Kruptlons UlieunmiUnior ltheuiiiatlornlns 10 Iiilurlu Chilli Vever uud Aruu 13 J roup liitrytmltls Honnruess M5 aixl Mt Storliiifr prices not in it We make ients Clothing to or der at less than remly iiintie priees We 15 VJ1 Weak lS Ophtliiilmyi Koro or Cold InKyes Head U5 the 25 lO Cuturrli InfliioncA tiO WlKioplttff Couuh Vtl Kiip DiMchitrutM Impnlred llenrlng tia HerofuIn Enlarged Olands Swelling 2 l Jiiurnl lleblllty lliynlenl Weakness 125 Drnpny nnd Scanty Secretions Ult SriHlcltiONN Sickness from Hiding lllesniitit orllleodlUK Jl JVJ AHtlitnu Uppresica Ilrunthlng MS VI 2i 5 2i THE GOLDEN 21 25 25 25 25 25 To our eiistomers Well give you the higgest inilueeiiiints you ever got to to truth with us Trv it this vear - Â¬ J7 Kldney DIhuunun at rtoro M uu t It or Canker no llrltmry WtitkitOHM Wettlngllcd III Painful 1urloilM 3 I VJ5 PIE l- DRY GQID5 STOKE W IILIrON Proprietor JAY-EYE-S- EE Wilder U5 ChronloCuuiruNtloiiH IHplitliurlu Ileernted Horo Throat A Eruptions EXTRA NUMBERS SA NorvntiN Delilllty Rcmlnnl Wenk- iuiw or luvoluntury Discharge 100 33 llHtMtittiHrtlio Iltntrt Palpitation lOO 33 IplltPHy Kpniina St Vitus Uaneo 100 Soij 25 I la FiJr Will I 111 Â¬ iunraiiKtiMiurnMtii aiis lliMrukita tr Pructt or ont UiMUALfUt ropl r nrrlpt or prlc rum mmtm si xw York on MitT T Cask Ilieltory Grovo Karm homo lHftiyM Aft rtrying every known remedy 1 ruuoud a luino Himeii of two yoar1 Knmllng iroin n a year old Jllly Willi threo applicatloiia or ofJiiy Kyoeu Knelne SPECIFICS WITCH HAZEL OIL THE PILE OINTMENT Extcrnnl or Internal IllludorIllccllng Klstuln In Alio Iteliliignr llleedlng of tho Kectuui The relief Is Immediate tlio euro certain PRIOE 50 OTS TRIAL SIZB 33 OTS HUMPHREYS1 Â¬ Forriles ty H Ill 1 TRADE BKJbuMntiiiiiiiiii UinE II T i T ItlHthohostproparHtlonllinvoovorjisedorliiijrd of 1 heartily recommend it to all lloitcmou Wchave hundreds of such testimonial rrlroSliJO Per lintlle AU vniirilnnrirlMforlt Iflio Uovdnoikevit It Mini 111 etuiuM or nllur fort rial Owe W II KH1IY Jt CO AVhitcluill N Y is l mill it Ih iiekiiowledged to lie the leM r IHpir puhlNhetl in Kenitieky Suhsorlhe now and mU u the good things It will iioutalu tliN ywtr PNNS OSNTMEMTu wl W Pruflitor tint poil fkUt on rcelt of HlJUimHSHtblOJtU 113IUniniSMn 8aU rlc m TT V I M H YT 0tik i I kAU klUliriUU H UT H KA yr lil V a y ifi ywiMinfcwljiirffejhfer WwMc fr i K rrrJh FRED SW r VTi fe rirk Your Wentlior following data from tho record of The observations for tho month of May token at tho weather bureau station in Cincin- Â¬ During the entire week and until the entire lot is closed out our 14k Solid Gold Foun Â¬ nati for a period of twciity tlirco years is interesting Tho warmest May was that tain Pens go at 1 each as long as they last We have one of these pens filled ready lor of 1881 with an average of 701 degrees Call in and try it and tho coldest that of 1891 with an av use Custom House Square Lexington ivy crago of 69G degrees Tho highest tern pcraturo during any May was 91 degrees on May 10 187 1 and May 27 1875 tho lowest temperature was 05 degrees on Tho greatest monthly May 22 1883 4J precipitation was 847 inches in 1882 KY and tho lowest was 102 inches in 1871 12 W The average nunibor of cloudless days Recular Mcmls 25 conts Meals to ortlor nt nil hours BronkfiiBt from 5 to 9 u m Dinner from wan 9 tho avcrago partly cloudy days 14 and cloudy days 8 Tho prevailing winds 10 u in to H p m Suppor from 5 to 9 p m havo boonfrom tho multicast Tho high Â¬ est velocity of tho wind during any May was 80 miles from tho northwest on May 11 1889 and on Mny 5 1803 from the southwest Tho avcrago day on which last killing frost occurred in spring was April W COM US HOUSE ZW J HEINTZ Manufacturing Jeweler MJL JL SHORT STREET LEXINGTON JC3LJC2 r f vOysters Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken a Specialty CAMPTON KY f 0 li tm n few days and tho attending physician announced that ho could not livo through tho night Sir Uabbitts oldest dnuifii ter Miss JentfHis his favorito child and as ho knoump wos soon to bo mar- Â¬ ried to John ScyK9ur Bozer of that city it was tho fathers wish to havo tho cero mony performed in his prcsenco and be- Â¬ fore ho became unconscious Accord- Â¬ ingly hasty preparations wcro mado for tho ceremony and standing by tho bed nidc of tho dying man tho sacred words pronouncing tho couplo man and wife woro Baid Tho ceremony was witnessed only by tho members of tho fain ilea of tho contracting parties and wos imprcs sivo in tho extreme Thoso who novcr read tho advertise- iiiuuus in moir nowspapers miss moro than thoy presume Jonathan Kenslon of Holnn Worth county Iowa who had beon troubled with rheumatism in his back arms and shoulders read an item in his paper about how a prominent German citizou of Ft Madison hnd been cured Ho procured tho samo medicine and to U80 his own words It cured mo right up Ho also soys A neigh bor and his wifo wero both sick in led with rheumatism Their boy was over to my hoiiBO and said they wero so bud that ho had to do tho cooking I told him of Chamberlains Pain Jlulm mid how it had cured me ho got a bottlo and and it cured them up in u week 50 cent bottles fpr sale by John M Koho of tho Htunly Olifstook Grandma Wray of Falrbury HI who lias just celebrated her ono hundred and second birthday says I hear pcoplo talking of hard times now Why If thoao pcoplo who aro indulging in that kind of talk should huo half as hard times ns I havccxpcrienced in my lifo tho insano asylums would havo to bo estab lished in every county and would be enlarged to hold the crowd Manv times havo I taken the nxo and gone with my brothers and sisters to tho hills of Virginia and cut wood Wo girls used to cut just as much wood ns tho boys We would swing tho axes with every bit us much vim as they Where is there a girl of fifteen years nowadays that will tlo liko that Many times lfnvo I taken n hired mans pluco in tho field with a hoe cultivating tobacco corn and even On Â¬ A strnngo wedding ceremony took pluco nt Columbus Ohio recently It wan tho marringo of a daughter at the bedsldo of her dying father and nt his request Edward Babbitt an old sol- Â¬ dier with a record to bo proud of has been lying nt tho point of death for n A Solemn Mm rlngo Cnroinotiv Our better halves say they could not keep lioiitfO without Chamberlains Cough Remedy It is unedin more than half tho homes in Leeds Sims Uros Leeds Iowa This shows the esteem in which that remedy is held whero it has been sold for years and is well known Mothers havo learned that thcro is nothing so good for colds croup and whooping cough that it cures tiicc ailments quickly and permanently and that it is pleasant and safe for children to take 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by John M Hose A FUli Drown an Kolo At tho moutlr of Octoraro creek four miles abovo Port Deposit is a bed of gravel whero shad rock and herring go to spawn In the spring and early sum- Â¬ mer large schools of fish go to this locality and bald nud gray eagles flock to tho vicinity for tho purposo of preying on them Tho water on the Cecil county sido is about 10 feet deep and being clear tho fish aro readily seen by their winged enemies A gray onglc saw a rockfhh in the water and pounced upon him sinking his talons deep into the sido of the fish When the bird attempted to ariso lie found tho load more than he could carry Ho could not release his hold either Finally ho was dragged under the water and drowned The current carried the eaglo and the fish into a fishpot where tho bodies wero found with tho hold of tho eaglo uurehixcd The fish weighed 10 pounds and the bird measured six feet from tip to tip of tho wing 13alti moro Sun Â¬ J f B IIOLLON PnoiiunroR HOT 18 Tho patronnpo of the traveling public is respectfully nolicitcd Table tliu best and every attention to the comfort of guests 20 and 22 N UPPER STREET LEXINGTON Hill -- HI J i WA 80HS KY li A LLBN HOUSE LKK CITY KY The nbovc house Is now open to the public nml tiie patronage solicited Table tho best tho country nflords and charges reasonable Good stable nud care of horses Give me a call C 11 ALLEX Proprietor 313m Â¬ FqreTgim Domestic Dry Goods MAKINGS jrl l -- MILLINERY AND DRESS Â¬ Grand Opening of Spring Dress Goods Every Day M-1 - i j the best value and showing tho largest assortment of Fourth Street near Main Now and Sonsomiblo Dress Goods Silks Novelties Vel- Â¬ CINCINNATI O vets and Millinery of any liottso in Kentucky Silks frnm flliinn- Tiulili- nntl -Timnii audi stvles wero novor v v fri- GKO WKIIKIlS SONS MiiiuiKor ooe shown such beauties wero novor seen prices woro never so low rj The pntronnge of Wolfe and Morgan tho Duchess great variety and novelty in our French Silks Satin counties solicited Moiro Antique Brocades Stripos Poau do Soio Zanzibars and Cha- Â¬ meleon effects Have ovory weavo known to tho most famous makers OTEL LELAND Lexington Ky in Europe Our Grenadines aro n specialty and our patterns can bo H S It IIUOOKS found no whero else Proprietor New Building Gas nud Klctric Light Our Spring Woolens aro beautiful and our importations aro tho Electric Elevator Heated throughout with latest our stock the largest and most varied our styles unequalod r rltates 00 n Day Hot Water Near in China and Japanese Drapories business center and depot Come and see Novelties me 8 11 IJROOKS Kespectfully Embroideries Laces and Whito Goods Undorwoar Corsets and Hosiery India Linon Dimity Mulls Piquo French and English Nain- Â¬ sooks Embroidered Swiss VICTOR B0GAGRT -- S T JAMES HOTEL 0 UK CUSTOMERS recognizo tlio luct that wo nro giving 4 zy Vi ji A Idiiimis Day April 19 will always bo remembered ns the anniversary of the death of tho first martyrs in thegreatcst two wars on the American continent The hattlo of Lex ington between tho Minute Men of iMnssnchtiscttH and tho Ilritish on April 10 177f was tho first struggle with bloodshed in the American revolution and on April 10 1SG1 the first blood was shed in tho nuppression of the gigan tic American robollion the light occurring between a mob of Haiti more citizens and the Sixth regiment of Massachusetts volunteers Â¬ Â¬ P L Reese nt Mt Sterling is headquarters in Kentucky for sewing ma chines and supplies Write him for bottom prices Artistic patterns in wash materials Duck Suitings Galatea Cloths Figured Corded Muslin Zephyr Ginghams Ileal French Organdies our own designs Such a raroly beautiful selection of theso lovely 17 E Short Street goods wero never shown by one Iioumo before Childrens Gingham and Muslin Dresses splondidly made 0 months to 8 years LEXINGTON KY Roady mado Eton Suit3 in black tan and blue Shirt Waists 4 Â¬ Diamonds Watche3 and Jewelry Black Dress Goods tho best value the host wearing tho most satisfac We have Ono Hundred varieties to seleol Reliable Goods Fair Dealing and tory aro tho Lupin weaves from Storm Serges aro alwavs read v Imperial CoVds Jacquards Bottom Prices All Goods and Work Spring Cape Melrose Henriettas Crepons and Granite Cloths Guaranteed new styles light in weight low in cloth and lace Spring Jackets price Tho largest stock of Jouvin Genuine Kid Gloves in all lengths all colors the lini t made - JjIgUVVad Hft illUUU In UUU BIICS ll II BlJll 3 i nufacturii Jeweler i i Ol ni 1U 11 Jt -- T Â¬ Drunk on Woiltllii Daj A very mysterious wedding took place in Anderson Ind one morning last week Tho contracting parties came in from different ditections on tho early morning trains They obtained a license giving their names as A L Daily Detroit Mich and Teiinio Haddow ladticnli Ky cotton the ceremony It will bo an agreeable surprise to per-Â¬ Immediately after Squire Fleming which was performed by they sons subject to attacks of bilious colic to got a cab and proceeded to take in the Jearu that prompt relief mav he had bv town becoming taking Chamborlains Colic Cholera anil to Muncie Ind intoxicated Thev went They had plenty of Diarrhea Jtcmcdy hi many instances money tho attack may bo prevented by taking this remedy as soon as tljoflrat symptoms Unlucky Thirteen of tho disease appear 2fi ami CO cent The figure 151 seems to have figured bottles for sale by John MHoso quite prominently in the life of the poet l King who recently died at Howling8 A Hiirrtblo Orlufo According to tho Howling Oio m Green A torriblu double crime and suicide is Hee ho was born on the thirteenth of tho reported from Glenville W Va Lata Thursday when Mrs Kodabnugh wife month he was a member of u family of Lloyd Kodabaugh a prosperous far- of thirteen he cast his first vote just mer and land owner returned from a thirteen years before the day of his death appeared on the stage jtiRt thirteen visit to a neighbor she missed the usual ho had with ppie Keed hu sat down to a of nor two children and litis times presence table witliihifteon at tho banquet tho band Mrs Kodabaugh entered a bed room at an end of the btiildiugaiid was night of his death and that thirteen pennies were found in his vest pocket horrified to find tho two little children ono of whom was il years old and the Neglect of tho hair often destroys other C hanging to a rafter in the ceil- vitality and natural hue and causes its it ing of tho room In another room the to fallout Heforo it is too late apply of her husband was found Lifo body llcnewer a sure remedy was oxtinct in all tho bodies and had Halls Hair been for several hours No uauso can An liiccuiHiuWork bo assigned for tho horrible crime but Tho livery and feed stable of Ten tho general bolief is that Kodabaugh was Prater a prominent merchant and hotel insano at tho time man of tfalyersiville Ky was destroyed by fire last week Two fine horses and A llonTIilrty Negro other property to the amount of 7u0 A cao of mavhem occurred Friday wcro lost and tho total los is about It -- 000 No insurance The fire was the night last nt North Middlutown teems that Mr 0 C Priest who con- work of an incendiary In attempting ducts a grocorytorentthat place beeaino to save some of tho live stock Wiley involved in a Uiiliculty with a colored ltico was seriously burned about the face man named George Thomas who was and hands standing around after making a small purchase Tho negro upset a bottle of Drlvon Itnek to Tlmlr ColU ink and upon being reproved for his Win Dentlcy tlio murderer of 3Tnrt cnrolessnesfi mado same insulting remarks Cline and his father ami two brothers and then dared Mr Priest to como out who were implicated waived their ex Â¬ When Mr Priest turned amining trial and wero eent back to inil of tho house something to defend himself the until tho May term They were allowed to get iipcro siiramr uoou him biting his ear tho freedom of the corridor to talk to entirely oil after which ho chewed on it their wives Taking advantngo of this awhile and tossed it away Thomas left freedom they mado n d en pern to attempt imiMcdiHtoly hnd lijis not yot been to overpower Jailor Nixon and escape Tho citizens of Owingsville resjoiued in can rollovc tlint lipadnelio you a body and dtovo them back into their MoKrlmino nt h ly buyingelticobox of will only coat cells It XrhS Urkald The oflicial history of tho fl0enU m U mU on h postivo guar- - will contain thirty volume Worlds jtat I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ strongest easiest working safest simplest most accunto most compnet and most hy al dealers in arms modern Tor r Catalogues milled frca by vMILLINERY DEPARTMENT Tho Marlh Firo Arms - Co A Neyt IIave- Conn U The largest stock of Millinery Goods in Lexington Specialties in Bonnets Hats Childrens Caps Flowers Veilimj Ribbons See our display of new things from Paris London and New York -- S imESS MAKING DEPARTMENT vs Mi is assured Orr has charge Tho latest styles are given you a perfect fit Wedding and street costumes made on short notice THE MILD POWER CURES CJTXCIIIK fc TfOMPSOSr ts rr I HUMPHREYS lr HuinplirrYSnrclflcnrowontincAlljnnil carefully roiatvl llenuHlli uncl for jonrs lti a special euro for tlio dlenso named Tlicycuro without ttniKKliiff purKlUKormluelni tho stem nnrt nro Infiicliunl Utxilthuborcreluu llniuedles of tho World H KEEP PERFECTLY STILL AND LISTEN TO US You iiuiM Imve ools and we lmit lmv inoiicy We III luiiiintce a sn inic lo to U3 ier eent to you on eveiy pur cliiibi from lib WoVfll everytliiiijr in tlie Diy ioods and Notion fine We f ell Cat pets Oil Cloths and Window Miailes at vv pcoplo ly tlio Irhnto iirjctlio nml for over thirty jcntuSpecUlo wh t ntlro sucrvM Every nlnglo list or nmai I i 25 25 25 25 U lIonilnclittM Kick Headache VcrtlRO 25 10 Dynpepulu lllllotunen Cotmtlpntlou 25 I lurlotln or 1it 25 It SupprcHNiul rrofiiKOlulu 1crlod 12 Wlilten Too 25 InrynultlN IlonneneM 13 Croup 25 11 Hnlt Jtlioiim Erjilpelas Kmptloiis 25 11 ltluMiHiiitlmiior Jthetimnticraitu ta lU InlurlH ChllK Kuvrr uud Aruo 25 17 rtlinUllnd orlllevdliift 25 25 lN OplithulHiy hiroor Weak Eyed 25 lll Cntiirrli Iunuonza Cold In tliu Head 25 Vliooplnir iouuh 2 21 ANthmti OppreeU llroathluR 25 22111 DIhcIiiuucm Impaired UenrlnR 25 KnlarKttl Olandn BwellltiR 25 23 Scrofula 2l eiiurnt Drblllty lhjulcnlWcnkuttyj 25 25 IJropy nmt Scanty JHcrttloniHiding 25 iO Hoi8lcknenH Blckueu from 25 27 Itldiioy nicixHf 25 Alouth or Canker 25 30 lrhmry WenkiiONM Wetting IkM 25 t atI -- Diphtheria IlwrntcdSoro Throat 25 ln i n rut Period VJ5 3 Eruption 35 ChroiiloCouHHtloiiM J5 O O mac rticts U3 1 Iovcru ConKOtlnns Indammatlons 115 Koxer Worm Colic J WorniH Worm Collo Crjlusr Wnkefulness 25 3 TeethliiBt 4 DlnrrheB of Children or Adults 25 tf Clioloru MnrbiiM Vomiting 7 tnuntiH fold llronchltU HNuiirnlHliit Toothache Faceacho lyauutrtOrtptiii lilllona folio 1WJ m CINCINNATI PRICES Â¬ umrK0 t w mu Lexington and Mt Sterling prices not in it We make Cents nothing to or der at lis than ready made priees e gie elegant guaranteed To onr eustonui Well give you the biggest indueemiuts you ever got to to nude with u Trv it this vuir THE GOLDEHRULE DRY GOODS STORE MUMMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII JAY-EYE-S-EE WWfiSter ai-S- oi-o w l HILTON Proprietor Mil 1 Q i EXTRA NUMBERS 2H NcrYOH Dehllity SinilnM WcAk- luiwsor Imoluntary DIxchnrKr 100 33 fWi A S S Kvllepy biwumbu Vltiu Danco100 Sol by or Mnt rU on rwtlpt of prlc Pa HmniKTtlIiMViLOUiKrft milii lrucltf pt lltHrilUVYMIEllrO11tIIHliniBIM5Terk rut I PaSP rlllMfOfV rmvn IVimv hnmn Uaclne Is fiiyn Afttitrjltitf every kuowi remedy I nmoud a luruo Utuieli of tno yoiiM Rtmitlluj irom n a year old lillyi with tlirco nppltcntlous of of Juy-Kyo-Se- o SPECIFICS witch hazel oil THE PILE OINTMENT Tor rile Extcrnnl or I ntcrnnt IUIud or Dlpotllni Vistula In Ann ltcliluif or lllcitllng of tho JU ctum Tho rvlkt U linmlUio tho imo cirtalu TRIOE 50 OTS TRIAL SIZE 23 OTS Boll y prucfUti cr int pcit IJ oa rtciit of jiric HlMrUKllk J1IU IU It I A 11 J WttBtai St JkEVUOUk humphfJeys1 hr yH jffifMJrJBTaiEE UAHC UlBthobcstjircparntlonllinvoevoriseUorliinril of I heartily recommend It to all llorttmeu Wehavt hundred o such tcttlmontat PrlcoSlSOpcrlmitlp AjltyourdruiwIiitforU Ifho tlow not kiip It bond ns iSc tuuiM or ll r for trial fcojc U II K11IJY CO Wllitcliull N X t PNNS OINTMEHTu S mt 1 fir THR HRRaIiI XniiiiuZ nml It i neknorliljttl to he the WM k Mitucky Suiispiilu now i nnl n will cuiitniu tliin year ln it iiLmjinjxti awwHH f ta rwti L