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Stv - WiWS r - wrap flMMHrffWr i iwnmui T iruw ft ft v SB 2PH fc 3l JnLAZEL IjtREEN JrlERALD KstiililiHliml March J88o and Mmlo FiunouH in tlio Colobratod Story of Of ti Noisy World Jonathan and lite ContinonL liitf m by Max OKoll SPENCER COOPER Ownor nnd Editor Willi Nows From All Nations Iumbt IIIh Itnek Sl00 3 1894 A YEAR Always In Advunoa CKXTJL r YEAH HAZEL fllKEN WOLFE COUNTY KY THURSDAY MAY tax of that nature however but itought to be a tax on franchises and inheritances Tho Hon Uriel S Hall of Missouri a practical farmer and a cultured versa- Â¬ tile statesman spoko as follows on this subject in the house of representatives Â¬ I NUMBER 6 AVI i Mi v Coming down to the question of princi ple can you ever perfect a revenue taritl in r tor Men and Jioys and any governmcit without an income tax My Wholesale and Retail vou over saw able colleague from Missouri Mr Tarsney inin Miwniii It you write to us and tell us dwelt in some measure upon this matter I coino notice in the Washington Post Of this morn what you want ing an extract from the New York Sun in 5 which that organ denounces the income tax for the reason that the revenue from the in come tax law in Fuglaud had varied during rArou will make more than your expanses though if period of twenty years this writer cites it you come in person and make your selections the fact that during this period the rates of taation varied from sixteen pence on the ONE pound to two pence the revenue derived by M KAUFMAN CO the government varying from i0000 s54 E Main Street LEXINGTON KY pounds to 17oOO000 pound- I quote the I article merely from memory Now I say ill11 J lar fl pit j fcfi ijp that this flcvrty of the income tax is one of the greatest arguments in its favor I do not believe that any partt on earth that WHOLESALE ONLY any man who is a patriot wants to see the Jjg gX -- h jiffiwirrgiJWi business interests of this country hazarded 137 139 Ohio and the obligation of contracts impaired by changes in the taring very two or four years sec I asked an eminent member of the ON t -- n hH Q Ill- Drives ways and means committee whether ho could even in theory conceive of a tax which would give a proper revenue for lMj and lSJtt which would not produce a surplus of at least twenty five millions in Js07 and Sond for our Prioo List lMlrf He answered as everv student of that subject must answer No Without an income tax the only method at your com mand for producing the proper flexibility of revenue to meet the llcxible demands of O the government without disturbing the Tho loading houbo for FANCY DRY GOODS FURNISHING business interests of the country is to change GOODS and NOTIONS Alwurys havo nig Drives Special attention your tariff schedule every two years I am not one of those who believe that the pres to Mail Orders ent business depression is due to threatened tariff legislation but rather that with a American Union Ono would infer that Giving IIcrMlt Away view to the present tariff legislation fastened Hill never appointed a Republican to She stood boirie the plattorin seale K u a u n i y H a g n a BanR Her lover by her siriet upon the people with increasing and ever of lice in his life but I read in a New Jler dimpled hand she placed in liN growing burdens until its final culmination York paper the other day a list of dis- Â¬ He my bride He murmured MAIN STREET WINCHESTER KY in the MeKinley act of 1S0 which has tinguished and leading Republicans apdowncast eye and fallring yoiee With brought around with marked severity the pointed to office by Hill whilo ho was JOHN W JJKAN President Loves summons to obey present financial crisis under which we are She dropped a niekel in the slot governor There are a set of men in 11 F CritTIS Cashier now suffering And gave herself a wkiou New York known as Hill Republicans I believe that tarifllcgislation or threaten Surplus 100000 Capital 200000 ed tariff legislation must always havo some Lou SessiotiSjWho played such a miserable tendency to impair the obligation of con- part against Roscoo Conkling in 1881 Undivided Profits 35000 Ho Trims His Sails For Every Wind tracts to disconcert business to bring about is one of them No wonder Hill puts gtrccBizca Ortfiuiuert 1qm being the oldest bank in business distress And I believe that no himself at the head of tho Republicans That Blows the county Collections marie on all points party that has at heart the real interest of nnd leads a charge against tho confirmaami vour biisineM solicited the country can afford to any We will tion of a justice of tho supremo court Wo have an olegnnt assortment of Savoyard luts Him lit the School of change the tarifl legislation of the govern becauso the gentleman Which Van litircii and Weed nominated had BanR Clay ment every two years and thereby run the Were leaders declared in n public speech that the risk of impairing the obligation of contracts CLAY CITY KY MeKinley law was not only inexpedient It would bo well enuugh for tho Hon and disturbing business interests but unconstitutional IN David B Hill tho or rather 50000 the ex Democrat to Democratobservation the Hy this kind of u tax a tax upon incometo The states rights part of Senator Hills Capital Knglish government was enabled take an pass through the Crimean war and the speech was admirable as a politicial essay and ascertain just where he is at J F COX FLOYD DAY man who wrote that article in the New Hut its conclusions were all wrong To Cashier President When a Democratic statesman makes a say great speech on the leading political York Sun did not show- it was during that say that it is heresy for congress to levy No Hank in Fas tern Kentucky has better war but the dates it And the fact Â¬ vaultH nor better facilities for keeping your issue of the day and that speech is most that the rate varied from Kid to the pound a tax on the rich for tho exclusive purpose of securing rovenuo to tho governaccount Managed entirely by home people rapturously applauded by Republicans to 7ri to the pound and id to the pound who know you and who are always ready to AND ment whilo it is all right for that same and most severely censured by nil his and down to 2d to the pound showed what accommodate you BtrMoney to loan on reasonable rates fellow Democrats we begin toast What It showed that England was enabled by congress to levy another tax on tho great Call on us sort of freak is this Those Republicans increasing the income tax to pass through mass of consumers is an interpretation who advocated Democratic principles the Crimean war with very little disturb- of states rights that defeats nearly all and supported Democratic candidates ance of the taxing system of the covern- - individual rights If 1 wish to purchnso DOQOGDBD in 1834 were cnlled mugwumps and it ment from the internal revenue or from a hat tho Englishman stands ready to MT STERLING KY the tarifl taxation and they were able sell it to me for 3 but MeKinley steps would bo well enough for the lexicogra- Â¬ When in Loxington dont Capital 200000 Sunvius 30000 phers to set about tho coining of a name when the crisis passed to bring it down in and says if you buy that hat you and bring nothing but good will nnd gratifail to givo us a call shall pay a fino at tho custom house of J M G IUGSTAFF President Vice President for those Democrats who advocate Re- Â¬ tude from all classes of the people 2 and thus it is that two hat manufac- Â¬ L KIUKPATItlCK publican doctrine in 180 1 David II W W THOMSON Cashier CCCCCDCD Hill belongs to that school of New York There is much in the argument that an turers constituents of Senator Hill lovy We respectfully solicit the business of mer politics founded by Aaron Burr nnd of income tax is more inquisitorial than a tribute of 2 upon overy man of tho Â¬ chants farmers traders and business men which Martin Van Huron tho Democrat other taxes Wo all remember tho Til millions who buy their hats This is generally throughout Fastern Kentucky A general hanking business done Give us a and Thurlow Weed the Whig were tho den case A corporation tax and inheri- Â¬ nothing but flat robbery Then why chance to send you a bank book nay your moBt conspicuous oxemplars Ho is a tance tax is far less inquisitorial and should not theso two bloated monopolists check and loan vou mouev when in need Talloyrand not n Hismarck Ho is tho such a tax should lo levied in order to pay a part of their swag into tho public W W Thompson Cash practical politician who trims his snils avoid periods of surplus and of deficits treasury in tho way of an incomo tax for every wind that blows in tho treasury Hut for good or for ill What applies to hats applies to thousands Â¬ It almost required a surgical operation wo aro going to havo the incomo tax of other articles taxed by MeKinley to get his silver views out of him such Hill assails it becauso it is in a bill that This is it that has mado socialism ram Â¬ Wo imposo a tax to views as they wore nnd a poor lot they ho thinks has too much freo trado in it pant in America WINCH ICSTKIt KY protect labor Tho manufacturer were What little ho knows about the There is the secret of his holtility That COOODBBQ N II WITHKRSPOON President locks out that protected labor and 11 J II UNTKK Cashier tariff is of the Randall order He is that is all bosh about tho income tax being political monstrosity a Democrat who un American There is a modified income sends to Europo for other labor found Wo aro Solo Agonts for in breeds Paid up Capital 20000000 believes in paternalism Nino Democrats tax in Now York now Why did Hill caltho slums where anarchy This is politi- Â¬ and social pestilence what outof every ton object to tho Wilson bill not havo that repealed when ho was tho Surplus has mado of Pennsylvania a political Fosters Kid Gloves becauso it contains too much protection boss of tho state This Hank solicits the nceonnts of mer and social volcano liablo at any moment A littlo over two years ago Mr Hill diauts farmers traders and business men Hill objects to it because it contains too getierallv throughout Kastcrn Kentucky littlo protection Ho held a snap con- Â¬ to erupt and play tho very devil not mad a blunder niid oilers its customers every facility and Featherbone Gorseis As for tho income tax tho soundest of vention A few days later there was a only with Pennsylvania but with tho the most liberal terms within the limits of wholo union hanking octl8ly Democrats aro disagreed both as to its mutter that came up from tho country legitimate Nowhcro elso on tho globe not in expediency and its orthodoxy If I wcro Soon it becamo a growl then a roar then AND Italy not in Russia is tho distanco be Â¬ B0GAGRT VICTOR to make a rovenuo hill I should not have it increased to tho volume of reverber- Â¬ an incomo tax in it except in very modi Â¬ ating thunder nnd finally it was tre- Â¬ tween the rich nnd tho poor so great as Standard Patterns fied form Hut Micro is an overwhelm- mendous enough to silenco all tho bom Â¬ in the protocted stato of Pennsylvania ing soMtimcut in Democratic commu- bardments of Scbaslopcl Perhaps Mr This is tho fruit of protection root and CCUBCDEB nities even at tho cast in favor of tho Hill is repeating himself His speech was branch the wholo union will bo Pciin 17 F Short Street army would bo a incomo tax I dont bclicvo it is good carefully prepared it was deliberate sylvaniaized Coxoys I do beliovo its operation will but its motive wus so transparent that it reality a terriblo reality an avenging politics Savoyard be unpopular oven in communities that did no execution except in tho recoil and a destroying reality in Courier Journal Diamonds Wntchos nnd Jowolry aro now uimmiously for it Wiser men Ho began with an attack on CSrcsham Rollable Goods Fair Dealing and than I though think the income tax a who is sound on tho tariff question at Tho reputation of Ayers SarsnparillB Bottom Prioos All Goods and Work master ntroke of policy and thoy may bo any rato nnd tho best hated man on tho as a blood medicine is maintained by right There ought to bo some ort of port of monopolistic corporations in the1 daily cures Gunrantoed mm HJ2J Wxi - M Jrf8 kV you conic to Lexington drop in and see us nnd wo will show you the bitest stock of lints rv rfnriariiTt jj -- - V urnislnns - j 9 -- cant Â¬ Mens Suits from up Boys Suits from 125 up PIUCE CLOTHING HOUSE LexinctpN pag- MABCffS ilp ju vi M - 1 24 W Main Street T FOK MERCHANTSWJOBWLOWHOTsT and -- Race Street Cincinnati I 9 i r inps2s fw I I -- 1 fFMflTF3lTM131 - OLOTEisfis a mmBt I4S9 ISC JJf BL 165 167 Race Street CINCINNATI 6 VBDBB bwSS MOWJSY Â¬ B1T1D 1 Ross Jr Co Â¬ wmws ABgsgag Â¬ 1 V r u Â¬ 6 WHATfsHILL Â¬ LEXINGTON LT Â¬ 6it National Â¬ NOVEWIES Dress - Msfls teelrtent Mbe I ke 13i Â¬ Traders Deposit Bank Â¬ KID GLOVES par ftWt tokev streni prWei Â¬ Â¬ Wittf Masonville and Lonsdale Cotton 7c yd Best Calicos 4c yd rr BanR Lancaster Apron Ginghams 4Jc per yd M 1 Knit A - 0000000 luOfacturi Jeweler KY Â¬ Â¬ IEXTNOTON GiosMrll Lexington H TlV jhrimH o viy MiysiyiA ijp Cr21 m SPENCER COOPER Ownor nnd Editor Hazel Green Herald Established March 4 1885 and Made Famous in tlio Colobrntod Story of Of it Noisy World Jonathan and His Continent 1IU by Max OKoll SI Willi Nmvn Prom All Nation IuiiihrhiK nt Ilnck 00 A YEAR Always In Advance luijjj TKXTIt YEAH iii mini mnmoran Am j rr big drop us and wo will show J Eats HAZEL CfllEEN AVOLFE COUNTY KY THURSDAY MAY 3 1894 NUMBER 0 1 tax of that nature however but it ought to be a tax on franchises and inheritances Tho Hon Uriel S Hall of Missouri a practical farmer and a cultured versa- Â¬ tile statesman spoke as follows on this subject in the house of representatives Coming down to the question of princi ple can you ever perfect a revenue tarill in any governmcrt without an income tax My able colleague from Missouri Mr Tarsncy dwelt in some measure upon this matter I notice in the Washington Post of this morn ing an extract from the New York Sun in which that organ denounces the income tax for the reason that the revenue from the in come tax law in England had varied during n period of twenty years this writer cites the fact that during this period the rates of taxation varied from sixteen pence on the pound to two pence the revenue derived by the government varying from 00000 pounds to 17000000 pounds I quote the article merely from memory Now say that this flexibility of the income tax is one of the greatest arguments in its favor I do not believe that any party on earth that any man u ho is a patriot wants to see the business interests of this country haarded and the obligation of contracts impaired by changes in the tariff every two or four years T asked an eminent member of the ways and means committee whether he could even in theory conceive of a tax w hieh would give a proper revenue for 1S95 and 1SSX5 which would not produce a surplus of at least twenty five millions in 1M7 mid 1808 He answered as every student of that subject must answer No Without an income tax the only method at your com mand for producing the proper flexibility of revenue to meet the flexible demands of the government without disturbing the business interests of the country is to change your tariff schedule every two years I am not one of thoe who believe that the present business depression is due to threatened tarill legislation but rather that with a view to the presenttariiriegislation fastened upon the people with increasing and ever growing burdens until its final culmination in the McKinley act of 1800 which has brought around with marked severity the present financial crisis under which we are Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ When you come to Lexington drop in and see Mwm -- j vouthe birccst stork of and Furnish ings for Men and 3oys Wholesale and Retail vou ever saw vil v- r- rlS rkxrJLJSi If vou cant come write to us and tell us 1 what you want rr Mens Suits from 5 up make more than your expanses though if you come in person and make vour selections r LEXINGTON TiTu1 4 i iwiHHaBH J- JYou will Boys Suits from 125 up rlll txtf i j ONE PllICE CLOTHING HOUSE 54 E Main Street M - MARCH Sp 24 W Main Street -- H i KAUFMAN CO LEXINGTON KY 1 MERCHANTS t JOB WHOLESALE I LOT ONLY HOUSE rirnm iiL V FOR 137 and 139 Race Street WW Cincinnati Ohio Big Drives fl M IV sjiViJ H i iiKs cnarrcmni j BWB8 tur 9 -- HsaF-g-grooT H JTSoiil for cuir Prico 6tJ 4esa List MB IHC m o rx 165 167 Race sn I CTSwssf tsffllKS Street CINCINNATI IIrslf O tlvinj Aniiy She stood beside the platform scale Her lover by her idel Her dimpled hand she placed in his He my bride He murmured With downcast eye and faltring yoicc Loves summons to obey She dropped a nickel in flic slot And gave herself A WKKJir MOIEY SAYJEB mwmmM JLmTHCAE American Union One would infer that rgrr WTicr 3 Hill never appointed a Republican to 7Virt nnar majf m ollice in his life but I read hi a New York paper the other day a list of dis Â¬ tinguished and leading Republicans ap- Â¬ pointed to oflico by Hill whilo ho was C B BOSS GO governor There aro a set of men in New York known as Hill Republicans Low Sessions who played such a miserable part against Roscoo Conkling in 1881 is one of them No wonder Hill puts LiCQCCCCD himself at the head of tho Republicans and leads a charge against tho confirmaWo have in olegnnt assortment of tion of a justice of tho supremo court because the gentleman nominated had declared in a public speech that the McKinley law was not only inexpedient IN but unconstitutional Tho states rights part of Senator Hills speech was admirable as npoliticial essay But its conclusions wero all wrong To say that it is heresy for congress to levy n tax on the rich for tho exclusivo pur- Â¬ pose of securing revonuo to tho govern AND ment while it is all right for that same congress to levy another tax on tho great mass of consumers is an interpretation of states rights that defeats nearly all individual rights If 1 wish to purchnso ECDEBEED a hat tho Englishman stands ready to sell it to me for 3 but McKinley Bteps When in Lexington dont in and says if you buy that hat you fail to givo us a call shall pay a fino at tho custom house of 2 and thus it is that two hat manufac- Â¬ GOBDQQEO turers constituents of Senator Hill levy a tribute of 2 upon every man of the Lons- Â¬ millions who buy their hats This is nothing but flat robbery Then why should not theso two bloated monopolists pay a part of their swag into tho public treasury in tho way of an incomo tax 7 What applies to hats applies to thousands of other articles taxed by McKinley GingT The leading house for FANCY DRY GOODS FURNISHING Alwurys have Big Drives Special attention to Mail Orders GOODS and NOTIONS K Â¬ Coumy Hauonal Bank WINCHESTER KY Â¬ f MAIN STREET JOHN W DEAN President 13 F cniTIS Cashier Capital 200000 Surplus 100000 Undivided Profits Organized IPC 35000 WHAT IS HILL Ho Trims His Sails For Every Wind being tlio oldest bunk in the county Collections made On nil points and yourbusinetH solicited That Blows Savoyard Put Hint in tlio School of Which Van Iluren mid Weed Were Lraderit now suffering I believe that tarifTlegislation or threaten ed tariff legislation must always have some tendency to impair the obligation of con tracts to disconcert business to bring about business distress And I believe that no Jr Â¬ LEXINGTON day City national Bank CLAY CITY KY Capital FLOYD DAY 50000 J F COX Cashier President No Bank in Kastern Kentucky has better vaults nor betterfacilitics for keeping your account Managed entirely bv home people who know you ami who are always ready to accommodate you HffMoney to loan on reasonable rates Call on us Traders Deposit Bank MT STERLING KY 30000 Capital 200000 Surplus J M BIGSTAFF President G L KIKKPATRICK Vice President W W THOMSON Cashier Â¬ Wc respectfully solicit the business of merchants farmers traders and business men generally throughout Kastern Kentucky A general banking business done Give us a chance to send you a bank book nay your rhecks and loan vou money when in need W W Thompson Cash Winchester N II WITIIERSPOON Ban WINCHESTER KY President It D II UNTKK Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 Hank solicits the accounts of mer chants farmers traders and business men generally throughout Kiutcru Kentucky and oilers its customers every facility and the most liberal terms within the limits of octl8ly legitimate hanking TIijb Â¬ VICTOR B0GAGRT manufaGiuring 17 Jewee j 1 E Short Street LEXTNGTON KY Diamonds Watches and Jowolry Reliable Goods Fair Dealing and Bottom Prices All Goods and Work Guaranteed There is much in the argument that an income tax is more inquisitorial than other taxes Wo all remember tho Til den case A corporation tax and inheri- Â¬ tance tax is far less inquisitorial and such a tax should to levied in order to avoid periods of surplus and of deficits in the treasury But for good or for ill wo arc going to have the incomo tax Hill assails it because it is in a bill that he thinks has too much free trade in it There is the secret of his holtility That is all bosh about tho income tax being un American There is a modified income tax in New York now Why did Hill not have that repealed when ho was tho boss of tho state A little over two years ago Mr Hill little protection mad a blunder Ho held a snap con- Â¬ As for the incoiuo tax the soundest of vention A few days later there was a Democrats are disagreed both as to its mutter that came up from tho country expediency and its orthodoxy If I wero Soon it became a growl then a roar then to make a revenue bill I should not have it increased to tho volumo of reverber- Â¬ an incomo tax in it excent in vnrv modi ating thunder and finally it was tre- Â¬ Hod form But thero is an overwhelm mendous enough to silenco all tho bom Â¬ ini sentiment in Democratic commu bardments of Sebastopel Perhaps Mr nities even nt tho cast in favor of the Hill is repeating himself His speech was income tax I dont believe it is good carefully prepared it was delibcrato politics I do beliovo its operation will but its motivo wus so transparent that it be unpopular oven in communities that did no execution except in tho recoil aro now unamiously for it Wiser men Ho began with an attack on Grcsham than I though think the income tax a who U sound on tho tariff question nt master stroke of policy and they may be any rato and tho best hated man on the right There ought to be somo sort of part of monopolistic corporations in the It would bo well enough for the Hon David B Hill the Democrat or rather the ex Democrat to take an observation and ascertain just where he is at When a Democratic statesman makes a great speech on the leading political issue of the day and that speech is moat rapturously applauded by Republicans and most severely censured by all his fellow Democrats we begin to ask What sort of freak is this Those Republicans who advocated Democratic principles and supported Democratic candidates in 1884 were called mugwumps and it would be well enough for the lexicogra- Â¬ phers to set about the coining of a name for those Democrats who advocate Re- Â¬ publican doctrine in 189 1 David B Hill belongs to that school of New York politics founded by Aaron Burr and of which Martin Van Buren the Democrat and Thurlow Weed the Whig wero the most conspicuous exemplars Ho is a Talleyrand not a Bismarck He is tho practical politician who trims his sails for every wind that blows It almost required a surgical operation to get his silver views out of him such views as they were and a poor lot they were What little ho knows about the tariff is of the Randall order He is that political monstrosity a Democrat who believes in paternalism Nino Democrats outof every ten object to tho Wilson bill becauso it contains too much protection Hill objects to it because it contains too party that has at heart the real interest of the country can nflbrdtosay We will change the tarifl legislation of the govern ment every two years and thereby run the risk of impairing the obligation of contracts and disturbing business interests Ily this kind of a tax a tax upon incomes the English government was enabled to pass through the Crimean war and the man who wrote that article in the New York Sun did not say it was during that war but the dates show it And the fact that the rate varied from lCd to the pound to 7d to the pound and id to the pound and down to 2d to the pound showed what It showed that England was enabled by increasing the income tax to pass through the Crimean war with very little disturbance of the taxing system of the government from the internal revenue or from the tarifl taxation and they wero able when the crisis passed to bring it down and bring nothing but good will and gratitude from all classes of the people Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ NOVELTIES Bra Oils Is KID GLOVES This is it that has mado socialism ram- Â¬ pant in America Wo impose a tax to Tho manufacturer labor protect protected labor and locks out that sends to Europe for other labor found in tho slums whore anarchy breeds politi Â¬ This is what cal and social pestilence has mado of Pennsylvania a political and social volcano liablo at any moment to erupt and play tho very devil not only with Pennsylvania but with tho wholo union Nowhere clso on tho globe not in Italy not in Russia is tho distance be Â¬ tween tho rich and tho poor so great as in tho protected stato of Pennsylvania This is tho fruit of protection root and branch the wholo union will bo Penn sylvaniaized Coxoys army would bo a reality a terriblo reality an avenging Savoyard and a destroying reality in Courier Journal Tho reputation of Ayers Sarsaparilla as a blood medicine is maintained by Masonville and dale Cotton 7c yd Best Calicos 4Jc yd Lancaster Apron hams 4ic per yd BBOBOBMia -- x Wo aro Solo Agents for Fosters Kid Gloves Featherbone Corsets AJD I - Standard Patterns CCUCCCEU ji CiiPliSLlli Lexington a Nfct daily cures JtWj V i 3S i wryysi Ml n Ai V n 4 Hazel l t r 5 not lonjf In dlNCovorinrj the retison of thORO uttemptH tiion tholr Hvoh ami led repeated oxpcdttloitH Into tho mountntiiH In tho hopo of capturing or tflRNCBR COOlRK FuhlMiir Idlllnff their enemy but ulwuyH wlOt UkJLML URfcEN i Then they adopted tho KY nut NttocoHH precaution of never Rolntf t alouo or after nightfall and of having their LADY OUTTONUYES hoitKeH fftianled fter a time they wcro able to relax Dioho mettHuroK for When the Limy nay J done nothing was cither heard or neon of Ana tnv veurr llttlo ono Itockiuh unfitly to ami froi their opponent and they hoped that Whon tuo nlsrtit wlinltt not tly blow time hud cooled bin vimltotivoncKH And tho crlckot In tlto Rlon Kar from doltitf mi it had if any Chirp ami chirp runt ctitrp nunlnt thl u- aumentid It The hunters mind upon die hnwitoil Rrcrn Khcu was of a hard unyielding nature and Fair lei ounce tiroiitu tholr tpieon Theu from yon tor ttilidy nklen the predominant idea of revenue had Cometh lwly llutlon ljT talcen suoli complete poshession of it that thero wuh no room for any other Through tho murk nnil mini uml idonm To our quiet coxy home emotion lie wan however above all Vhoro to Btnklnff nwcot twiil low thimH practical lioHoon realized that Itoelcs n ormlto to nntl fro even Ills iron constitution could not Where tho clooUniull tnonototio stand the Incessant M rain which Iiowiih Tctlcth of tho day thatll ilonoi Where the tnoonlieumti hovor oer putting upon It KxpoMiro and want of tlnytlilnufi sleeplnir oil tho floor wholesome food were wearing him out Whcro my weary vrce ono lion If hu died like a dotf iimonf tho moun Cometh Ixuly llutton Kje tttiiiH what was to become of his re Â¬ Iotneli llko a llcctlnK Khoiit And yet such a death venue then Kroni mmio dlMntil curio connt was sure to overtake him If he perNcvor footfall enn you hoar sisted Ho felt that that was to play Ah thntMplrU furolli ucnr Never whlnpcr never won his enemys tfnmo so he reluctantly Prom thiU Htimlow qiicen l hcanl returned to the old Nevada mines In ethereal raiment illctit there to recruit his health and to amass From tho realm of fuy uml sprite money enough to allow him to pursue In tho depth of nnder hIIim his object without privation Cometh lAdy lliittoilyoH His intention hail been to be absent Inyctli Hlio her IiaiuIh upon a year at the most but a combination My dear weary little one of unforeseen circumstances prevented And tliovo white IiiuiiIn overiprohit llkun veil tho curly hood his umviiifr the mines for nearly live Seem to fondle and carotin At the end of that time however his Kvery Utlln allium trennt memory of his wrouisaud his enivlnjrs Then Hliu mnootliH tho eyelids do mi for revenue were quite as keen as on Over IhtiHO two pyoH of brown In Mtoli Hootlitnjr tender wine that memorable nitfht when he hud Green Herald - Â¬ loinotti lAty Mvuton Kyort stood by ilohn Iop 4 I Of t W V If Ei and under an assumed name he returned to Salt Lake City careless what became of his own life as loitff as he obtained what he knew to be justice There he found evil tidings await injr him There had been a schism among tho Chosen People a few months before some of the younger members of the church having rebelled Ten thousand mourners January against the authority of the elders your trial asked the inspector in the morning or late at night that attended the funeral Including the I may never be tried v he answered and the result had been the secession it could learn anything so that I began v of a certain number of the malconYou neednt look startled It isnt to get behindhand with my employer members of the imperial family tho c Ttrilj 4r 7kjnJ tents who had left Ctah and become suicide I am thinking of Are you a I did not mind that however as long peers and the leading officials of the The scene presented was Ho turned his tierce dark eyes as I could lay my hand upon the men government Among these hail been doctor lent lies one of surpassing magnificence Tho Drebber and Stangerson and no one upon me as he asked this last question I wanted remains were cremated Yes I am answered knew whither they had gone Utimor Thev were very cunning though In icrinany the work of a great Then put your hand here he said They must have thought that there was reported that Droliber had managed to convert a large part of his property with a smile motioning with his some chance of their being followed author may bo suppressed One of Its Into money and that lie had departed manacled wrists toward his chest for they would never go out alone courts not long ago ruled that science IIY A CONAN noYir- did so and became at once con and never after nightfall a wealthy man while his companion During two is free but the aggressive young em of an extraordinary throbbing weeks I drove behind them every day peror in the Interest of his religion Stangerson was comparatively poor scious PAST XX There was no clew at all however as which was going on Inside The walls and never once saw them separate takes it upon himself to overrule that of his chest seemed to thrill and quiver Drebber hiiiivU was drunk half the high status of literary freedom by de Â¬ to their whereabouts OHAMKK V CONTtNtKli Many a man however vindictive as a frail building would do inside time but StangerMUi was not to be claring one of Prof Haeckels late Tho prediction of tho Alormoit n would have abandoned all thought of which some powerful engine was at caught napping watched them Into essays unsalable Ills Monism a nly too wall fulfilled Whothor it vu revenge in tho face of such a dllllculty work In the silence of the room I and early but never saw the ghost of a Scientists Confession of Faith is now ha turrihlu death of her father or tho butlcuYrson Hope never faltered for a could hear a dull humming and hu police forbidden in his own country ohuuco but I wits not discouraged for HTV ts of tho hateful miirrimrp Into where it ran through live editions in moment With the small competence zing noise which proceeded from the something told mo that the hour had which she had been forced poor Lucy I w possessed eked out by such employ same source five mouths almost come My only fear was that a-ueiu up jier neau again nut mIlt as u 0oii - 0ic Ut j traveled Why 1 Mr Henry Vlzctolly one of at at atkBji it ttin aim null ikiajiik n llllMllll from town to town through tho Putted aneurism cried you liavo an aortic this thing in my chest might burst a pioneers of Illustrated journalism tho IMivu iHiiij Huuin and littlu too soon and leave my work unUorsottinh husband who had married States In quest of his enemies Year Thats what they call It ho said done a well known Kuglinh publisher diud wr principally for tho Hake of John1 passed into year his black hair I wont placidly to a At last one evening I was driving on tlto first day of this year from the yorrierf property did not atTect any grivled but still he wandered turned week about it and ho told doctor last mo that It up and down Torquay on a etfecLs of an Mines which could be di- Â¬ terrace front grlof at his bereavement but human bloodhound with his mind was bound to burst before many days street was called In which they as the rectly traced to his imprisonment for boardln other wives mourned over her and wholly set upon the one object upon passed lthasbeengettingworse for publishing an Knglish up with her tho night before the which he had devoted his life At last years I got It from over exposure ed when saw a cab drive up to their Zolas novels and yet translation of tat Zola himself door Presently some luggage was ttiirial as l tho Mormon custom Tlu his perseverance was rewarded It was and under feeding among the Salt lake brought out and after a time Drebber when visiting Unghmd lalolv was i were grouped round the liter in the tnut one glance of a face in a window mountains tvo none my worn now and Stangerson followed it nnd drove grandly feted and almost worshiped irly hours of the morning when to but that one glance told him that Clove- d I dont care how soon 1 go but I as a great writer ictr Inexpressible four and aston laud in Ohio possessed the men whom should like to leave some account of off I whipped up my horse and kept of literary work and The standards its limitation jshiiuMit the door was llung open ho was In pursuit of lie returned to at business behind mo I dont want within sight of them feeling ill at are 3ot very hazy ease for I feared that they were going savage hmking Jiid n leather his miserable lodgings with his nlnn of to be remembered as a common eut- - to shift their quarters At Huston In Vatott man gar Â¬ vongeanue all arranged It chanced throat tattered HUMOROUS I they got left a ments strode Into the room With however that Drebber looking from The inspector and the two detectives station hold my out and boy to horse and followed This rich relative of yours is hen ut a glntico or a word to tho cowering uis yvuuiou uao va Â¬ had a hurried discussion as to the ad- Â¬ them on to the platform heard them distant relative women ho walked up to tlto white si grant in the street recognized tne Yes extremely visability of allowing him to toll his ask for the Liverpool and had train and tho distant since he became rich Sent figure which had onco contained der In his eyes Ho hurried read mura story N Y before guard answer that ono had just gone TOSS Miopuve soul of Lucy Korrlor Stooping jtttiee of the peace accompanied Do yon consider doctor that there by and that there would not - Longshot vcr her he pressed his Up reverently Staugorsou who hail become his pri Is luintfdiato danger1 Do you consider horse Â¬ tho former for some hours Stangersonbo another seemed to shoes an emblem of luck ij her cold fotvhutnU ami then snatyh vate secretary and represented to him asked Placer be put out at that but Drebber was ikiguphor hand he took the wedding that they wwro in danger of their lives Yes whon they are on the winning Most certainly there Is l anrather pleased than otherwise I got horso tin- from her linger N Y Times She shall not from the Jealousy ami hatred of an old swered Wo burled in that In that ease it is clearly our duty so close to them in the bustle that I ho cried with u rival That ovonlug Jefferson Hope How did you find when Miss Mil- Â¬ rferoe Miurl and before an alarm could was talcen Into custody and not being in the interest of justice to take his could hear every word that passed be lion refused you Terribly an fcornUpil sprang down the stairs and able to find sureties was statement said the inspector You tween them Drebber said that hilmil though I had Ikjoii sentenced to hard detained for uro ra gone So strange and so brief as some weeks When at last ho was libat liberty sir to give your ac- Â¬ a littlebtisiness of his own to do and labor for life -- N Y ledger Hie opisodo that the watchers might erated it was only to Hnd that I rob- count which I again warn you will be that If the other would wait for him ho - Wliulii nenullful iHtlimiKlilHiiltl Jho would soon rejoin him Ills companion A boon It to inynnlf ttilnuJim Siavu found it hard to believe It them bers house uuh deserted and uml that he taken down I hu In jwUth or persuade other people of it and his secretary had departed for Kit Ill sit down with your leave the remonstrated with him and reminded Amisll ami think llilnlis llilaUiiur 3f mo ho lti ami I run tlilnhlnu of him him that they had resolved to stick toprisoner said suiting tho action to the hud it not bcon for the undeniable fact rope A puzzled gether Drebber answered that Mm Irishman examining Mi tit tho circlet of gold which marked word This aneurism of mine makes Again tho avongor had been foiled Acriis having bcon a bride had disap- and again his concentrated hatred mo easily tired and the tussle wo had matter was a delicate one and thus ho the contents of his pocket blurted out llegorra now oPui in a foine fix ol peared urged him to continue the pursuit half an hour ago has not mended mat Â¬ must go alone I could not catch what Stangerson said to that but the other dont know which Is mo prescripshnu Tor pome mouths lolVorsnu Hope Funds were wanting however ami ters Im on the brink of tho grave lingered among tho mountains lend- - for some time ho had to return to mm i am uoi nicety to llo to you burst out swearing and reminded him and which me laundhry eheck that he was nothing more than his When tho hllln for ni ami elrotrle clow SnT n strange wild life and nursing work saving every dollar for his an Kvery word say Is tho absolute truth A inun month tiller month Iiuh and how you use It Is u matter of no paid servant and that ho must not pro imld proaontng journey At last having llort pretty npi illuk to know sumo to dictate to him On that tho 0 to mo collected enough to keep life in him VjZmfU Almin tho nhuruo of tho llnhl brlirtulo With these words Jefferson Hope secretary gave It up as a bad job and ho departed for Kurope ami tracked Kit iralo Courier simply bargained with him that If ho - iti his chair and began tho his enemies from city to city working Dear mel cried the nurse Tho his way in any menial capacity but j remarkable statement llo missed the last train he should rejoin baby haiwaowed my railway ticket nn and methodical man hiin at Hallldays private hotel to never overtaking tho fugitives When Hl00 hat shall I do fSnnil buy anoth UN though tho events which ho which Drebber answered that ho would or right away he reached St Petersburg thev had do- - i u bo back on tho platform before eleven roturntsl the mother parted for Parts and whon ho fol narrated woro commonplace enough I m not going to haro the babv lowed them there ho learned that Uioy i can vouch for tho accuracy of tho and made his way out of the station punched Harpers Itaar subjoined account for I have had ac YO lir CONTINUED had Just sot off for Copenhagen At W -- Do you believe it is hud luck the Danish capital ho was again a few cess to Iestrados note book In which to upon mi umbrella In the lays late for they had journeyed on to u Plwuir words were taken down house And llo WitMit Anphjxlutod 80U I am sure I do not look like London where ho at last succeeded in CNHUty s they were uttered Â¬ a Mt llnt much matter to you why I seed said a commercial tnivolor hay- ono the other day ami the ownerPMl running them to earth As to what yet pencil to b there and recognized ban iL occurred there wo cannot do bettor mtM tuh0 men he said Ifsonough I practically blew out tho gas at my than quote tho old hunters own no lmt they were guilty of tho death of hotel last night You see there are Phlladelphia Record I fV -- Mr Jrogan telling mvbeings u father and a both gas and electric light count as duly recorded in Dr Watsons lwo iif ltl the story of fixtures in lie m Journal to which wo are already under daughter and that they bail there- - tho rooms and they are oloso together argaentr An I hml tosthand fore forfeited tholr own lives niter Well I started to turn J such obligations hImHhmolllnthbost out cud an al the tolmo I was so the lapse of time that has passed slncu light and mado a mistake tho electric CHAPTKU VI K WALK BO Ul TO TIIK wuiTt tholr crime It was impossible for mo tho thumb ploeo of the and tunned 01 wuh grlttln mo teeth behind mad 8iirvr a me gas burner oosTiNUvnoN or this iihminucksvijs or to secure a conviction against them in opening FIOUItK It of course As the eloorrtn JOHN II WATMON M l -- A Reminder Porter I know of tholr guilt any court t light did loar Herr Our prisoners furloiiH resistance did though and I determined that I nhould mistake not go but I at onoe saw my 3h kis heart tho fierce desire for von- a would you 1 ho kind as to and corrected It by tiiralnv put inn not apparently Indicate any ferocity ou juugu jury aim exectlltonor Ull t he oloetr llirlif It down In writing muuM- mat nossosson iiiiu i i thai you havent K u wiu weini in uispostuon toward ourselves for rolled Into one Youd have done the mvsnlf tlm wiYn VKtl lom in mo cik Y wi 7 t p m wl7tBnlf figure which wjip fceon prowung mixiui on llullig himself powerless ho smiled same If you have any uuuthood in you the moriilitiV i if i K m I MiUHriw miii wjimui uHiiiueo ino in an airanie manner and expressed If you had been In mv nlaco lHnk tle R01nscheider OoueruLAiiJi iniiivmHi - his hnpoH thathe had not hurt any of -Iwwly mountain jorgea Onco a bu That girl that I spoko of was to ton to tur the 7 t i VJ I gpoM youre go- - have married me twenty years niwugtisou us m mo seuiiio V UK fcit whittled utrougn u Tommy iiiro amilii nay Mr n Vn She wn forced into marrying tl ul all nbrit V window uml flMtte icd Itsoir upon tho ng to take me to tho police station mui7m7 r liHiim l at the tableYahsloy i c H tlU mor V wU wItklnafootofMm on anotner lie remarked to Sherjooh Ilolmon My same Drebber and broke rhor heart tenor i Hrhtyouhadtherjre tei1 cnim at tho door I youll looemy over it I took tho marriage ring from atedV wider onwwlon ks nrobbor psod vAi V u T e V-- Yo- inHnuHi hiio ever n uot m 1 inmt comm travel drvW iiS mmmv tViltrvnrvi UDLll LU- III y1 oughtnt toLU rv MJrUJ DIB UniV V1Wir II i ITI IF ltU - IIM11 fltilT 11 ntl fflftMl kvniniM at the table Tommy ulnff jf fxf mimii vunii iui v liiii iiiiiii does not use irn ami i Oro poii and ostrado exchanged ring ituil tltathfaloit thoughts should was nothing tftrowltu JilMiwlf wjwh hi lttNeU KoIk to give meTommy Mormon ware j gkuwM hh If they thought this prvipor i be of the crime for which he whs pun Oolden Dnyn but air In the nliu- i- for telling you CM H- younjr Tlt itlu Dcimmt find upon jour brow Ttmt onrnendiiir mnitlc now Kor tho erloUetn In the kIoii Chirp and elitrp and ehlrp hkiiIii While upon tho haunted jjreeii nlrles dunce aroind their ipieon And the nioonticiuiiH hoer oer IlnythltiRH sleeplntf on the floor llusli my iiweot from jouder sides Cometh tdy Mutton 1vosl Kiiuliip IlcM In liKtigo Keconl - iruihcd Ferrlers irnvo lis PERSONAL AND LITEKARY I Imia e carried It about with mo tdUon rather a bold ono but toltncn nhc Â¬ his ac tit onco took the prisoner at his word nnd have followed him and until 1 In the western deserts ti spot of ho had complice over two continent and loosened the towol which ground becomes excessively heated tiro bound round his ankles llorosonud caught them They thought to If 1 causing the air above to descend This not dolt stretched his legs an though to assure mo out but they could roiluceH an Influx of the atmosphere I himself that they were free onco more dlo to morrow as Is likely enough all sidoH but unequally tho re die knowing that my work In this fiom being ti gyratory motion and a I remember that I thought to myself suit as I eyed him that 1 had seldom seen world Is done and well done They Thero n more- powerfully built man uml bin have perished anil by my hand -- M Zola Is one of the kind of men dark sunburned face bore an expres- Is nothing left for me to hope for or to who do not know when they are beaten sion of determination and energy desire They were rich and I was poor so Though he luu been rejected six tlifiea which was as formidable as his person- Â¬ votoi that It was no easy matter for mo to by the French academy and by rejecal strength When I got to London that have mado the successive If theres a vacant place or a chief follow them I contemptuous he will strive of the police I reckon you are the man my poeket was about empty and to tions for the honor my hand again for tt he siiid gazing with undis found that 1 must turn Driving -- Queen Vlotorln Is said never to lose and something for my living guised admiration at my fellow lodger as walk- her temper with her Inferiors but her The way you kept on my trail was a riding are as natural to me ing so applied at a cab owners ollleo servant know that household arrange caution and soon got employment I was to ment must go as by clockwork or tho You had better come with me bring a certain sum a week to the royal lady speedily knows the rons on said Holmes to tho two detectives owner and whatever was over that I why As a rule she calls them by I oan drive you said bestrado nodi and Ircgsou can come Inside might keep for myself There was sel- their Christian names and encourages with me You too doctor you have dom much over but I managed to them to speak freely James It Scott who has just died taken an Interest In the case and may scrape along somehow The hardestI job was to learn my way about for Pittsburgh was honorably Identl in as well stick to us assented gladly and wo all de reckon that of all the mazes that ever Hod with the business educational and scended together Our prisoner made were contrived this city Is tho most religious life of that city When the I had a map beside me news of the Johnstown disaster came no attempt at escape but stepped confusing though and when onco I had spotted In issi he left iv siclc bed for the scenu calmly Into the cab which had been his and we followed him best ratio the principal hotels and stations I got of the lloisi and he was at once mado the chairman of tho relief committee mounted the box whipped up the on pretty well It was some tune before I found out - Signer Crispl the Italian premier horse and brought us In a very short Yo were where my two gentlemen were living time to our destination was for soiiioyoarsan ovlle In Fngland Inquired and inquired until at and It is said has preserved some llrlt ushered into a small chamber where but a police Inspector noted down our last I dropped across them They were Ish trait of character among them prisoners name and the names of at a boarding house fit Cninbcrwoll that of coldness and Indifference Ills the men with whoso murder he had over on the other side of tho river home in a placu near the famous been charged The ofllclal was a When once I found them out I knew Piazza do Spagnn has beautiful apart white faced unemotional man who that had them at my mercy I had ments but they are neither rich nor went through his duties In a dull me grown mv beard and there was no marnillcent chauical way The prisoner will be c ince of their recognizing me I A Jrow when ho took put before t the magistrates Int the vwiild dog them and follow them until his Oalusha the house found there scat In t t i fi I was deter saw my opportunity course oi me wook no sum in me only two members with whom ho meantime Mr loiYcrson Hope have mined that they should not escape mo served before llolmuu of Indiana again you anything that you wish to say and Sickles of New York- - and only must warn you that your words will be They were very near doing It for one man in cither senate or house who 5o when they would about taken down and may bo used against all that was serving when his first term began you Loudon was always at their heels in ISM Senator Harris who was thou Ive got a good deal to say our Sometimes followed them on my cab in the house I want to tell prisoner said slowly and sometimes on foot but the former Kv Lord Abbot OUiul Kesho head you gentlemen all about It was the best for then they could not of the Hiiddhist priest in Japan died Hadnt you better reserve that for get away from me It was only early 17 - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ jjysW fv 1 i Â¬ 1 ttti 1 Â¬ 1 1 1 1 m Mftfy st M Â¬ fmm 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 v-r Â¬ J t Â¬ 1 -- 1 Â¬ Wl Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ 1 liml osl M- I i Zrrji 1 iifc - rl M i j LZ PPUtaltaeto 1 J wir - Jvr a Yiri s ii T I f - M W f 1 1 i wi 41ltt W 1 m- rtijt J- - i tVr a ijBtn Th T W fSwJI L IWAMPWQOT CURED HIM t tr 1 5 r s- - 0 r4 r Only a Cf jHpniltaN Married women mi Id Mr Jason an ho watched his wife clearing nwiv Mia supper dishes married women aint treated half an bail n thoy think thoy are Id llko to know tho reason thoy ulnt nnnppcd Mrs Jnyson dropping tlte dishcloth to the floor W y Its jist thlMiway They hot to Ihliiklir over thoy way thoy win treated in tho eonrtlu time an for a few weeks after the weddin common human shape going about seeking ordinary treatment looks llko enmity whom ho mUht devour and they shot to them Indianapolis Journal It dead hev imagined limy hail done an act of Christian piety for which tlmy QlKliv has been iiiiule as to tho na- Â¬ deserved thanks The angry liaroil tionality of Mine Adellna Puttl who however was inconsolable at the Iom was recently referred to ana Spanish of his ugly pet and Imposed it yearly America u Mio was born in Spain of lino upon the peasant commune which Italian extraction oamo to America at It continues to pa up to the present tlio ago of one year and had all her time early musical trulning in this country Westminster inrctto and at present pays tuxes to Kugluud Tiik remains of an Immense deci oti a caslo In Wales were discovered recently near Pttiitf IIaui Ioitn CL Iiiih a colony of kov Hiismi Ilii In a swuutp known us Moiv eril hundred Italians many of whom ntos cypress swamp It Is said to re have become owners of real estate semble the well leunwu prehistoric Three brothers lelloy who were Irish elk ami is the only specimen of street minstrels- a few years ago now that kind ever found In this country own u tine block and Nicholas Iolottl The antlers which are In a perfect who was a rag picker twenty yearn state of preservation measure eight ago figures on tho tax list for f 10010 feet and eleven inches from tip to tip worth of property - I Xonkujr Tux lloimmU Tlio Koonlloil monkoy tax of tti commune of Ulenuiiberff In llohomlm In surely tho mostoceontrlc In lUorltflr of itll surviving- fwuclM Impositions Ono of the lords of Klesonbortr In the iiuor yearn or the mlddlo ages hud n monkey ouht for Inn In the cast for which ho paid an oiiormou mum Ono lay the monkey escaped from tlio ens tlo and Ihtd into the woods Tim potts lints who hud never seen u monkey supposed It to he tho devil in a qiiiihl 1 Â¬ - v A i Hknj M Claiik Dr Kilmer Co llltiKhamtoit N Y Dear Sin- - In Munh KSmi I Wn unilctod with rheumatism uiid inllauimntlon of tho bladder mi 1 could hardly walk Thorium mutism affecting my bark and shoulders so Hint was almost helpless I mw your Nwatnp Koot advertised and bought three botthiof Dr II C Porter tHon Druggists f Iowandii and aftor using part or ono hottlo I iHHtiuiu letter and aflor Inking the 1 throo bottloa 1 have had no roeurroncuor my trouble since IlKNJ M ClUtk JniiSlllilM Towamu Ha am completely nurd and V ThiiWhonjPaiiinoiii Iltirglnr-- Here want your money Victim Too Into old man My lntidlndy got It ten hours l Atiforj Ilillle Halls Catarrh Ctiro In taken internally and ahead of you with a three mouths board iictfldtroctly on tho blood and mucous nur-- hill Uo on now and dont disturb nlo - llarbara is of Latin descent The races oi tlio system Head fortcstiiuoniiiU Detrolt Five lress KICnnsiviM Co Toledo O llrst Itarbara was a foreigner or stran- five A School or CIaiiantiiy How polite CHolrtJ by DrngglHts 7V ger JIuIKh niuity IIIJh Jo and attentive Mobleson Is to his wlfel Yes ho uses her to practice upon Thats Do I make a rool of myself often Miss what makes his gallantry so perfect when flt illl1 he is with other ladles ftutul Hoston Transcript replied Hill Ml VII no sweetly not often only it seems to liihtl - ITUllt Tiir Ilrlllluut Tones who likes an appi e clatlvoaudlencei to his hostess Oh there A SliiKttlnr 1orio of Monomitnln Its no use Igivoltup Theiv Is a class of people rational onoiiKh linpimslblo when people will Couversutloits talk- - Hunch in other ivnoeetM who are certainly mono lutloiiing themselves They arecon maniacs stautly trliig experiments upon then ik Dronlfkht stiulvliiL for the stiicd ttoinnehs their bowels thelrllversand tlieir Vw In o he t an walk twenty miles a Ultliieys with trashv nostrums When these iluj now later Ocean organs are realh out of order Ifthev would only use Hostellers Stomach Hitters tlnw would it not hopelessly lufotuo perceive Its mpeiiorlty 1 -Â¬ 1 Kink carriages with rubber tires are said to be coming into the city of New YorL These tires cost about 100 for a set of four and rarely last more than one season but they are a great com fort to those who can allord them making the motion of the carriage ensv and noiseless Kusstnti railroads are the most dan geroisj Id persons in every tOOOllllil passengers are killed or hurt Â¬ outinotbocuredhytlietisoof HaiisCatahiiu Crui Kiunk Ciii srr Sworn to before me and subscribed In my presence thlsOthduy or December A 1 1 ICAStOlNTV fM IIunkJ Ciiunkv mitltes oath Hint bo Is tho senior purtnerof the Jinn or KJ Ciirsir A Co doing business in the City of Toledo County and Htuto aforesaid and that Haiti linn will pay tlio sum or oni hi miuiiu hoi imh for each and every case of Catarrh Unit NtatkofOiiio Citt orTowno Li I hard times con- Â¬ sumers cannot afford to experiment with inferior brands of baking powder It is NOW that the great strength and purity of the ROYAL make it indispensable to those who desire to practise economy in the kitchen Each spoonful docs its perfect work Its increasing sale bears witness that it is a necessity to the prudent it goes further Â¬ URING a b SM a 6 ROYAL DAKINQ roWDER 00 106 WALL ST NEW Y0K fSU My husband was out to dtnw Hrldgot and it wont uecot for you to swoop tho hull this mor Hur Iiik Hrldgot Yls mum Is there hht NlUtresi -- uYou mlfRt thing else 11111111 rim the carpet sweeper over his dress sills a few times -- N Y Horuld hut Mhtukhs u lull t v Hirenl Kiel always ut tho head of ntitl tho star scholar at graduation V 11 her class in fmt she never failed in anything till sho His rled And how dlil she ruirttwnl 8h iiuirrledii umu to inform htm N Mh r was a wonderfully bright ud InUil Ylct Eveht man Is either u atonuiujr stono era stutuhlliig block in the pathway of life Young Moiih Un - V il Tin turning point In tho lives ef moat fanner boys is ut tho end of a furrow- - Ituf alo Courier use I His in ItmiiT She Aiv your family sties ver ohl luxsetsioiis Oh He vos thoy aro air looms- - Detroit Five nFoaFt ST JACOBS OIL And Mil loss ft K 50 for u fa nn WiiKon The best wagon in the worltl can be had for SIJiO bnrrel cnrt for gi Ml ov wiii err iuik otr aniihiniii with 5e to the John A Slider Seed a lrosse Wis you will receive their mammoth catalogue where 3011 can Ik read about this wttgem 8 1 PAINS of cod liver oil its use C-was limited t the World Knouts h - CUffM U SUftal - WT- 11 MIHIIWl nil 1 1 I li In the Early Days RiHir Aiii7on has a now gamoof chiiuco A holds the cards and H holds a revolver The oroiur holtls uu uupiest - San Francisco Aliritliiiiii lmrotn Storlr An Illustrated book tuimarissl by adver tising containing stories and anecdote told by Abraham Lincoln many heretofore un published will be sent tree to every person sending lii- - or her address to iho liucoln Tea Co Ft WaMie Iud 3 r In hMlmil AUIltnWitJ 0 Im i hi It iukt i iurl ltiS ton AftiiorHl Truk xlhu US pjgiiili Inill nk 0mIi t un Ik rirl wMli J inch to Wlim IIiimtmttttIh fitm lUlhf ii1mI tbavt IUUJ- 71 Ut nrOi Mtlly Tin iulliiilluirlrl - luilloir lhli 11U ai ukdnt U liinf tniw lly put 111U wV it iiwktmt btM U bouitt noril Ml rn lk vut h o s e far advanced in consumption Science soon discovered in it the prevention and cure of consumption are too honest to steal will borrow and never pay hack ants-Horn Somi people who -K- V - If these lettei s had known and most AlKen written by your esteemed iuIkIiiku s they isiuld m no more wortliy of your eoiiuMcneo than they now arc coming a they ilo from well known Intelligent ami trustworthy citireiis who in their several iielghlxirhoods enjoy the fullest conlldonco mid roiiK ct of all who know them IC C Mclhi mi of Koniisville IrluctKS Anno Co Va whoso Krtndt bends this When I commenced tak article writes ing Dr IliircoH Ooldoit Mrdicnl Discovery I viw very low with a cough and at tiuus ttjtit up much blood 1 was not able to do tlio least work but most of tho Umo nn Ju very weak my I was all rundown IhsI head was tlUy and I was extremely dent The Ih st lnittlo 1 took did not seem to do me much gotxl but 1 had faith In It nud continued using it until I had t4iltii llftwn bottlert and now 1 do not look nor fool llko the same mutt I wiw ono year ago has at bust Ihmui Aft r rending the following K tters rnn nny cne longer donnt that a trustworthy remedy for that terrihly fatid malady coiiMimptlon found f Ut Musi When 1 commenced the uii of your wulghed but 1U medicines six cni H ago I now pounds and was sinking inpldly weigh Utt and my health contliutos iierfeet 1 Dosr Neglect a Cough Talto some Hales Honey id Ilorohouud and Tar Oisiodrr IikosToothacho DrosLuro In 0110 Scoffs Emulsion of cod liver oil with Hypo phosphites of lime and soda has rendered the oil more effective easy of digestion and pleasant to the taste PrairitbyHwiltt flown N V minute lll rikdlillr m tH UrJi xkxt i umJ ik llikl lunt muh inil iullin I in an I nnn la Ui iiii mtj bwllf mWftl Iw litliJ wif Wf Hi mVlni tliit Mn t thun oinihtinf mi ttitd ff lIUlllwtilMk 4lhlt tlft Mlkx 4111 l iw Tiuot it I nntirtl M ni in In lh 1 Miltrr yitm Tim 9140 ink rinli ri unll n4 il ju ufi ttiititnitai I M MtHlilUni ftiufl la Wg t TblU4 No ft mikllil tli W3 ft w 1 llll t Tin Wlllens children have lovely man ners I wonder who thoy belong to - Inter Ocean I have never round any thing equal to M Hiiow s lliiosniiAi Tuociirs- - Itrv Â¬ x Â¬ dtxn i would hn resulted in my death 11I1111 flin II11HI HIKlnlllO I UICOIIMIIIIP 41 tlim is inherited it may tw cunsl as verltlrd by ho 0 lowing from a most truthful and mirsHCttsiainadianliuly Mrs Thomas Ont She writes f HrW V ihavt yH felt it my duty ito ncknowhslge x iinf ui iiiriiin maiiiiiiiii iiiiiiu jii Pleasant IVIIets1 have Discovery ami his tlono for me Thoy nlmtwt ralhul mo rron one the irruve I luul Uire brothers anil was I nUtor tlio of oonsumntion nnd wx etllly rollowtni oner mem unikIi ttll MItrntlon uml other Rlariulnj symptoms owl my friemls all At thouuht I hiwl imtn fow months he lyeollen t try haMlmo 1 wm peralet tothe Ik it Ho Tltxllriil 1 Ncovery mul Of txiurM I roniinun oil efMl llko iiincie ait InK aVtilt I kiiIiiihI with l m rapidly In strettRth My friends wero lutton - looplo are iisIoiiUIksI and say well last year this time I would not have thought can thank that you would Is living now 1or a disease fully Miy I nn entirely cured which but for your wonderful Discovery Â¬ li 1 1 1 11 1 I ti tlit 1 fSoldun Mtsllcal Discovery cures con Niimplion which is scrofula of the lungs by iu wonderful blootl piirifviug invlgoiat Kor weak lug and nutritive proxrtliw liuigti spilt Ingot blood HhoitnesMof breath 11asu catarrh brouuliitls yexero coughs iLsthuia and kindred utfuct Ions It Is a sov While it promptly cures tho ereign remtsly heveifst tsiuglis it strctigtheiis the system and purllles the IiIikhI tlolilfit Mttlical DNeovoiy docs not make rat Hoilc mere coiiuleut but for thin pale puuv tiilldivn as well as tor adults ledum lit lfeh front any cause It is the greatest llosh builder known to nusllnil science Nasi tssl liver ell and It t eniulsloiis aro not lo 1st compand with it In ctllcncy It rapidly builds up the system and iicroaso the fttiil rfi vi and weight of thoe tisluccd Ulow the usual standard of health by wading dlwiHS 7b hivrr oji the entire system after tho mln in iutimi fcer and other prostrat ing acute dissiMs to build up m cded llesh aim igo and streugtli anil 10 osioro iicai when you feel rtti down and iisid up the lsst thing In the world U Dr liorces It promotes all joldcn Mejllntl Dlstovery I stilly t unci U us r ucs o cry orgiiu into litnlilifiil iniim tmiiiiii 11ml lUiHrluis tint w r iiimuiiiiii iiiii Min lliwi blootl and hrotiKU It cleuiuw repair anil luvlpirnttH tifrm A Treatise ou eunumptioii uivliitf nuiuer ous tittiiuoiilaN lilt pliclot j K or hair toiio HrtraltM or iIiom curinl iiuiiiitoim ttfer lmicus iiKo coutaluiiiK micctwful HoinoTreaU luent for chiouie nnsal catarrh bronchitis asthma uml kiiuhtsl iIIm hmw v ill lie mullet by the World s Iiijxusary Metliiiil Awwla tlon of Hiilfalo N V on itcelpt of Mx txUts in FtiuilH to iniv iHMaire Dr Tho Pctiplos Common Seme Medical AiUImt 1UH irngt llliibtriitioiu mnlleil foe l W 1 1 1 l liiuiitm lihtun vt Hold only In boxes AllilnisshU ii7rvSrr No kino can rule others well who 4 uot aiiuitcro himself Li vi no without a plan Is as foolish as poÂ¬ int to sea without a compass in tho ship Hams Horn uuJoyiiuliitflllcoitMl feast nalil the cannibal as ho ato tho Yale inuu Life 1 1 iwusdld NEW On 2 LAND RATE SEEKERS final ttiMum firK vtMiliiif from 4 Si tct valiio Ibr tlin wuty lit the wiirM Nunn uml pile iiiii i on mot bottom v cry T uke no muUii pjlrwarrani e ftco iiii paper lur lull isaiptiimoi niircntnpictd Iiiick lor UJlo Hint uru or ena lur Z TV nounrAs si siiok H EXCURSIONS I TO TUB Tin neighbors bulldog may teach a man to lead u chased life llorlda riiiies rnlon Tin lnz man believes which Is not steep lint there Is no hill iWIHVIItLE AM KHOM AND VIA- - 50UTH85 I Kivimr iiv ntniotlnna how In or drrhrnull littlirefrr You cin net il l barjfuln of Jrltrt who pnth our hoi CiXCtNNATk VIA T1W O O MlSnlMIIri R S WHOtTK R VAILKV notl Titv man who ltuowii tho least shows It the niukt AtchiiMii tilobo the pksOHf Wiuv sleeii -- broken w lint Iwvomos of Texas Slftlngs Is February 8th March 8th April 9th 1894 IV for furthtr Information tldrM your Uc t kKoiit or T D LYNCH Qnl Pabsbnh Aoih- - lonTiiloyiiliulliriiKrllnnoftrliu Cl fiul Akkiii wnninil in avrrt ttiwn Iroo IndUma Jllcjrrlti MfS to No 10 -- 3 lUrttfiy3lnKroriliar3lb j Flltml with II A A tlllli lmr lllioulllltlit llril Vrriilnl Ml I m HiiIImim UUU iJOtjxMvrZittia icy Til rt most optlmlHtlo tiling In tho world Ih lUllopiii consumption Voting Mens lint Olli IKTs ciirputB 111 - fe rnv Tuu llfobloix of uiittttoiial hank Is In 1U circulation As iNTKiutUTiov Ho I havo half n so Kite liiterruptlnKMHeally itiluil inui It an thatl- - Hetrolt Ireo Press Tin most uhsciit uitudcd man In tho world ban hi en found at Jeneseo N Y Ho went ton telephone tho other thiv In one of his iibAtract moments ami rung himself up Hoixn to bo Tlc Di IONrt wrlf Klp rATKNTlIUOICANI KVIt Sec that Ctavs liookctl - tiinihTls E NGINES mmmmWrit fur UtiurtTiUmlCHUklcttuii iaiui v M RUM ELY CO PORTE TRACTION AND PORTAILi RUM FLY Tfireshir and Horse Powers hump Tr4llMk llt U B W WRENN INC Jr QeOrTQtA m tpilll OoMMnoiAi law A BntoiAtTV Uklurtlion h V Long llioi v SiMiTHUirirHHWfitatniM ATLANTA IhlUJljlA m rooda Di Ui hjiumaitUm and liirt t book M MAMinurArMtNrrUMfMiiia tl THti POT INSULTED THE KETTLE BECAUSE THE COOK HAD NOT USED while lui keeps scliool Tin wise podnpoituo always keeps coot A TovtiiHTONKlKiilKiiit Elys Cream Balm WILL CCHIC tho only place whoro tho uvtiniko man doesnt really euro to Iiiiyo tilsiame in print Hoiiiiv what aro Oil Pin try I uwuy HTHntntt Id GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS SAPOLIO SHOULD be used in every KITCHEN SAPOLIO J you doing In tho pan Jut putting it few tliluga CATARRH lrlf e ffVM no nti JrjM JHII iimi If AlluCK frKa WfcVswE Momth hiw iMMMqa m vimvrnnmwu A N K K i Dont know how many threo times ten Sow Harry mild the tenchor If nuo jmtfof htmtl cottt ton Limto wouldnt thro ejt thirty ceuttH MuvIxj bo nt your bauery hut wo ileal with u baker Uml iclvei threo Tor wiuarter Applr llulDt lniopolinolrlj KiV llU0S4WriiitltNr v iith rv ryso mrtimivm teiUUMH Ui llCOMn Wliut 07 4i UIliHl4ta Kt4rtto TlMlllllHitt MMHII 146ft - MavhnMTloiKtvr wmin wmitinm tm awvkntmkm rwuST MW Mm ATMjlMWt te Mg Mt tUI JA rr Jl m 1 i aHia trin tVbJhiiJc -- - Jt Aj Ok5 D tr mr- - XT liiMiiijgrr MWWiPir5- - - i- - v b r SK ri ft L n M r ST 2 p F 83- - f W n - y- aX V RJ kY T 1ft JIM i Jm fer- t C is 04 CwrtoH Currency on tho 18th uK to tho wife of WTSK01K 000W JWlHH Iwy Lowla Collier H Bwntigo of Kmnkfort linn Hon O A- lcon hero Mvcrnl tlnya nttcniltiiK court IIhmI Ureontt young nttornoy Jnmra mAmTI3f VnvftiftMVH HPWI II Swango waa In nttoiulnnro nt court last week wm Jr MIm MnlmU Hyrtl who ltas lcen very Mnytown J J O Hack Thomas Copo In hnprovlnK nicely and John Patrick Jackson W H While alck for some thno and H C Lilly Irvine At this writing i JlAMIIIKIt Dr J II Stanuwr Iihh Ikch apoltitctl HAXIL GREEN KY Ion City May 3 1804 by tho atnto loard of health na medical H II Swaugo was here Inst week shak Â¬ roforee for Wolfo county iulto a crowd or peoplo wont to tho ing hands with tho dear people Clay Hose baa moved his stock of goods clllls below town Inst Sunday to have a to his now store on Main street photograph takon Judgo Iledwlno tho Clay Hose hns just received a now ornttornoya and nearly all of tho young good many of gan and is well pleased with it folks of tho town and a Mrs Hubert O Hose has been confined the older ones too composed the group Wo Imvo not seen It hut imagine that It to her room for about two wceka with Ocorgotown college will dedicate II new will bo a thing of beauty inllammntory sore eyes and hns so Herod bulldlnga during commencement week in intense agony but we are glad to note rounr NOTfct J tint Circuit court convened here Monday thnt so is now improving Â¬ Cur loiuln of whisky arc being shipped to Hubert M Trimble of tho firm of with liia honor Judgo 1 Boulh Carol Inn idnce tho Main dlnnenimry thoJilil tilt Trimble Uras Ml Sterling was hero law hna been declared uneonntltutlonnl 11 Kedwlne on tho Iwneh The town several days ago and was a guest of tho At Sun Krttnolftco Hunk ltnhhor Willliun va full of people and when tho court Predcrlc wan found sullt of the muni or of bell mtmmonod them to tho court house Allen House We were glad to see Hoi Ctuhlor Jlcrrlok in live minutes hy tho Jury It was packed to Ha utmost capacity ert and are proud of his procriiy He The Importation of American trotting Tho Judges Instructions to tho grand is another one of tho young men that homes in AutriaHungnry for breeding Â¬ wero a clear nnd forcible explana was iKiru and raised away up hero in the purposes hns Hummed contldurnblo propor jury mountain wilds of Eastern Kentucky tion of their duties and responsibilities tloui that now ranks among the first class busi itamuel F Vauglian wns hanged nt Fy Ho dwelt at length on tho ollbnso of soil ness men of thu country ettovlllo Ark Friday lie hml hired n ing liquor picturing In his usual capti- Â¬ An election will bo held in I ami City farm IihiiiI to kill ex County Clerk logo m vating and peraundvo way tho ovll ef on tho 7th day of May for the election rlvrtl litigant Ho nlno fecta growing out of tho tralllc Six LouUvllle convicts in the Frankfort calledj particular attention to that ollbnso of a full hoard of town olllcera vU lo penitentiary hail planned to cucapc The which Is tho greatest menace to tho poaeo Hoe judge town marshal and five trust- Â¬ plot was detected in time hiiiI frustrated hy of our country carrying pistols In tho ees Tho candidates already spoken of tho prison otllcUls tho Judgo paid Wolfo areas follows For police judge C H The ltopublloan party In llagoillu county course of his talk Allen and Henry Patrick town mar Â¬ Ky has split over tho recent primary and county tho compliment of being tho bent shal W K MePhorson and G II Ma tho chance for eluding thu Democratic county in his district to enforce the law Judge Hedwiue is making us an excel loney trustees 1 N Wells It O ticket nro favorable The congresilonnl tight in tho Ashland lent judge Ho presides with dignity Hose A M Nickoll Clay Hose and district promises to be one of tho sevurest is always pleasant and courteous yet perhaps C C Chancy Hev 0 P Heaveriu of Augusta Ky over held In tho state All tho contestants firm and unyielding In his rulings and are putting forth nil their energies preached an able sermon at the Christian decisions A Mason county Kentucky farmer made Tho following is a list of tho grand church nt this place last Sunday the n not profit ofl400 on forty acres of laud S N first Methodist sermon ever preached In last year Ho put In a diversified crop and jury I O Lyklus foreman Hobbs It F Cable William llollon Leo City the text being taken from Ho worked it in an Intelligent manner i 10 I atn not ashamed of the Lemuel llalley a well known attorney of Washington Tyra John H Barker 1 1 mans gospel of Christ for It Is the power of Muuole lud was found dead in n saloon at Catron J H Sword W H Johnson N that place No arrcits liivo been made H Wyatt Fowell Hose J M Lockhnrt God unto salvation to every one that be but tho authorities are Investigating The speaker first gave a con The following named perMtus composed lleveth Prof F M Helvetl whoso sudden Illness tho petit jury J M Tester Fieldeu cise anil general history of the Apostle was mentioned in this etdumn last week Hush Oscar Fallen John Hatton J H Paul during his tragic and eventful caBueoumbed to tho fell destroyer on thu IMth Davis John Hose J M Culbortson JVt reer whllo persecuting Christians in Je lust in St losephs hospital Lexington rusalem and the other cities and showed William A Fence n prominent farmer Hurtou Alex A Hose Jerry Cliildora Always at the front in design near Huntington lud died recently from a WJ Maker Jonathan Childerx Joseph to what depth he was steeped in sin and style and quality of our peculiar trouble A bono had grown around Catron Leauder Dunn Jonas Campbell iniquity up to tho time of his conversion He then and Incased the heart causing heart failure J S Ashley J T Stamper J L Alex whllo on his way to Damaseus Tho city marshal of Missouri Valley Iowa ander W B White J M libbs Klljah took up Pauls history as a Christian con and a posse surrounded a houc containing Collins J T Center 0 U Stamper verted and regenerated and a more beautheives and in a battle that followed the He low will be found some vetdlcta in tiful Illustration of tho wonderful power marshal was killed a thief fatally shot and penal casea at the present term of court and working of tho Holy Spirit on tho uno of the deputies wounded TUBULAR STEEL MOWER Iiruco Terrell concealed weapons ten heart mind and souls of men has seldom In IfOutsvlllo a man was arrested and sent been heard from a pulpit orator The with latest improvements we call to Jail lor stealing a pocket book When days imprUomeut and llMIKO large congregation was composed of tho tho mans time was out It was discovered Same breach of the peace 10 attention of farmers to their great I lent Salley breach of the peace that ho had stolen thu ten commandments 7M several denominations of this eetion strength which had adorned the Jail walU In a neat durability and light Willis Clark concealed weapons J5 only one Methodist being present except frame the speaker yet all denominations unite and 10 days imprisonment draft Atn meeting of tho Democratic slato cen Daniel Comlw concealed weapons 2 In speaking in highest terms of the serOur sales show that they are tral committee of North Dakota at Fargo mon It was an embodiment of old time resolutions wero adopted rebuking tho and 10 days imprisonment HAY RAKE unexcelled Send for Catalogue Avn Joseph Williams concealed weapons Methodist religion Democrats In thu senate for their Inactivity 23 and 10 days imprisonment at this time when the country demand Thoattentlon of our rentiers and espec WALTER A WOOD MOWING AND REAPING MACHINE CO John Oihlw gaming at llazol Green ially the farmers is respectfully called prompt legislation Tho corner Mono of thu United Brethren fair 0 to the handsome advertisement of Fd church ut llurket Ind laid 117 years ago George Oliver disturbing religious Mitchells hardware house in this issue Mas picked by burglars It was robbed of worship 20 This house is one of the oldest in Pastern 1500 in money a Jaek knifo carried for tunny Hon HarrU selling llijuor 20 Kentucky and under Mr Mitchells years by William Henry Harrison and tiles William Stamper disturbing religious management has taken front rank He of tho county papers has just extended tho building twenty Lincoln county Kentucky ijot nhead of worship 20 Jack Congloton breach of the peace five feet which notonly gives more room tho insurance companies last year She IJ Iiii jCdflMiw JJT l P III paid 7415 in premiums and got 17817 In 10 but by the addition ho hns more light 10 Arch Slmpkius trespass losses lloylo paid out i3SD and received Tho store has been recently repainted U0I7 and larraid put up 3J7J and of the criminal cases all tho small hardware is in handsomely At luast half ENCLOSED GEAR REAPER HARVESTER AND BINDER only drew out 15187 weru continued on account of tho parties finished boxes and altogether the store An unknown robber entered tho olllce of not being ready to try at the time presentsau exceptionally nice appearance tho county treasurer at the court house at Wo give below some of the most Im- This establishment carries an exception Portland Oregon shot tho cashier In charge Charles 11 Mullarkey and then Jumping portant equity nnd common law cases ally nice line of agricultural implements tried and the judgments in same notable among which are the Whitely through a window escaped with about Laura Tutt vs S M Tutt divorce Hinder and Mower tho Mitchell Wagon 000 of tho countys funds Kor thu benefit of the Indies fo lliuel Jreen mid vlelnltv I lmvo nnened ii CiKNKltAJ mN 1MMIVIUIHVM OTmii ii Hy thu use of tlshherrles Chapllno rivet at Judgment for plaiutilV 300 alimony a etc etc Ireen nml mil enrrv pletellneot the follow inj nrtlelen whleh will be told at tho IONVK8T IMUCKHvUn noin Cornishvillc Ky has been poisoned and divorce a mensa et thora and a yearly I i i oil i Sharp Trimble Denton dealers in LlldllM HlltN ciiii niiti eiveiN lutllen Woven thousand of fish destroyed Thu stench allowance of 1T0 for her lifetime and Hut TrlmmliiK lUltbons Underwear llnndkerohlef IulUVTcilleu rurllK Iroim arising from thu dead tlh is so great that the custody of their infant sou Nicholas clothing and gents furnishing goods Mt Woolen Drew Uoodn Wlmlo Itnneh MrnniiiiK PnlntN Sterling invito a call from the people of Indiums Liiwiin Ao Wlndudlono CitslnKi thu people of tho village which lies on both Tutt Silk hneenblnek nnd while MtulhiN While OooiIh bieen llinhrolderlei Ijullei Mliinern fcldes o tho stream can hardly stand it George Oliver vs M M Shackelford this section and when in that city you Dreiu Shield CoreU Vetllnc InfiiiitnCiipii Coinpleto llnoof Uohlory flv til Vancouver Wash Howard Nolan At It is the only wren irimmiiiK rinnreiMN roueln had obtained a judgment in should go to see them riiiniieM eio no Arrested last week admits that his name Is Shackelford clothing house in Mt Sterling that apparBuy Your Uata ol Me nuil Qol Thorn Trimmed Free o Charge 1801 against Oliver on land and under John Howard Nolan of Harlan Court Houne My Htnok will einbrneo every nrtlele of bullen wear In the luteal ently desires your trade and they will Mvlo Jiut from tin Ky mid thnt in tho year 1801 he killed execution on same he took some proper- Â¬ treat you nicely You will find 1 mnlon I will there a MAKIMlind wll entnnd make ilnwH to Oliver sot up in his pres I Pace and John Sclscr nbout six ty and Hold it Mill the hitribllme irlee Id wait lleM Ivm m f full line of the latest fashions in mens tulles from Harlan Court House After ent damage suit that ho was a house leaving Kentucky Nolan went to Senile and keeper and that the property levied on wear shoes etc ricotntll enlisted In the Army was not subject to execution Judgment We buy goods by car load lots and Mdlolied nnd nntlnctlon Krnnteed Very re jteothdly The little town of Cannanvillc six miles for defendant that is why we can undersell any one In Mrs FRED DAY At of Athens Ohio has an alleged dally Kmlly Lacy vs A V Iaoy Judg Â¬ Pastern Kentucky Sutton Smith Appearance of a vcrltabloghostou Its kt reels ment for maintenance 1000 it Is that of a woman attired In conventional Our present grand jury inado SI In- Â¬ Mt Sterling white Rcwmtpanlcd by a white dog It Plder J T Pieratt will preach at Uo They wore untiring in their comes bhI between one and two oclock In dictments he Afternoon and whun approached by ellorts to find out the violations of law City next Sunday morning and afternoon that had been committed and the num Â¬ About thirty five years ago Mrs Milton HHyoHP fide away In h mist HeHry IlorgwaH was Arrested last week ber of Indictment they returned attest Stevenson of leorgetown Ky whilchrmdi for the wurderof his sitter Hul15 and how successful they have been Let tho lug some broken glai from a table Muck a in the palm of her hand khe 90 THi eflroHerit Investigation showed grand juries Iks prompt to make Indict piece of ghi Uiobnfiat llest and MOST ItergmaH had been xuUlnlng illicit ments and the petit Juries assess the tinea Since that time her hand and arm at times that Agoney 1 with hU sister she revolted and to the full extent of the law Mid we will havo given her connldcrablo pain A day relailftM in hnstorn lvontuelsy Kales Henaoimldo MMtl then pinned the or two ago khu discovered a pimple on her for 1 was taken te have better time arm near the elbow and on picking It kisIN lnw Jtr ahdftweH llolllit Kasb and G 1 Ml immIH rMtMrU that a mob wHltl application for license to Stamper made with a needle extricated the jilece of ghus PAIT3 practice law which all these years had been gradually lyiA Mm TV KrfttM UvihI hmf Osod awl 0 Hack and W W McQuIre workhlg up late the arm from the hand Address A HOFFMAN Ml Stovling Worn wjk 3m mm jwXit t WOLVK COWNTV SKWH I tvnrn nntuttntnil JKBbv Jjivv3V rntirt it flYiimtnn thorn and after having taken thctn through a written examination sufilclont ly rigid to test their knowledge of law and their ability to practice wunc they wore granted license to practice in all tho courts of tho commonwealth W Tho visiting nttornoya wero MeGulro West Liberty I W Jtose tt - Thursday ItiU TEN PACES Â¬ YOULL FIND IT HERE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ When in Lexington call on L G STRAUS Leading Clothiers who carry a larger line of CLOTHING and sell for less money than any house in the bluegrass capital A Watch free with every purchase of 5 or over Â¬ Â¬ WALTER AWOOD 1894 MOWERS HAY RAKES Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ REAPERS and BINDERS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- iL33fH 5 ylb I sg See W W REED Mt Sterling Ky for prices Â¬ Â¬ mnri I Â¬ Â¬ mrN 1 n T- Â¬ HOFFMANNS s cvfuiflie LIFE RELIABLE I Â¬ FIRE ACCIDENT Affienesr Ky kW lr JJ ASSETS OVER LOSSES sonn nnn rn 275 OOOOa Jn n r i fv It V At m i wwiirtwj- - mmT V V mn4Mmuf I fmtwp iytf1 SLkAhm hi WAS PREPARED TO Dl nut When tlio Tliun Cnmn IIU Vision Pnltott to Cninn Trues Some time since 8fvR the New York ToloKNiin u Huiuln farmer in the mld dlo of thh Htnto nn eeceutrle old fol Â¬ low the neighbor Mvld hnd t vision Homebody iipponred to him n spirit n w w - n tVb t Btffc SPENDER COOPER j Editor wPv t a MV Win I - J M V II Jl J 3f K8V DO Y60R Mmsmm S4lllillllllliilllllllfc a m w ta azizxjmxxa k tm - f ifin CONSULT THt BX rv j i a Bi iu wy ia i 2o pound - JfVi wmmm 1 HERAIP5 iiiiilillllliiiiliiiuiliiiijiiuiiiiiiiiiiiniimiiiiimiiiimi ir a Scf rw SH jm 14 i - k t-- 3 b Thuiisday HAZEL GREEN KY 181 I May tt ANNOUNCEMENTS For Conyrosa to iniionnoo lOSlTH ot Ilojd county Kentucky an a oundldato fur CoiiKrott fioui tho Tenth IoiKitiHIniutl DUlriot Mihjoct to Ilia action l tltti Ooinooratlo piirty M K UN WoaroaitthorUcd DAM Moiiitttir SnnUo ar oratlo puny Wo aro anthorlied to annonnoo MAltOlS C llHIK of Clark county as it candidate for ConrcM from tlio Tenth Conroiinnal Dhtrlot Milijoot to tho notion of tho Demo For Sheriff Wo aro autlmrtxoil to announce SAM JIKNUY WIUSON ih u candidate for sheilll of Wolfo mmntv Mililcot only to tlio will of tho penplu at tho poiU In Xoxcmhcr 1MU For Just loo of tho Poaoo 01 h candidate for Jutlro of tlio Peace for tlio llollv and tftlllwuter dlMrlot Milijcol to tlio notion of tlio Domo oratlo party Primary olootloa May iht of Stllhnitor un a Wo aro authorised to announce U M OK Wo aro anthniWcd to annonnoo II VKST of illlmoro Crook a a candidate for ro olccllun to tlio otlloo ot J ust loo ot tlio Voitoo for tlio llacol Jroen ami IeoClty dln trlot Milijoot to tho notion of tlio Democrat lo primary olootion May Utl 1 to annonnoo JAMCS USKHASTIAX of Dnv lioro a- a candl Into for Jnntloo uf tho Ioaoo for tlio lliuol Urocn uiujr loo l ity MaslMoilid dNtriet Mihjoot to tiro notion of tho Democratic pir ty Irluiiiry olootion May -- a 1m1 Wo aro antliorUod - May Itirioiixt -- Jm P I ft Tlio month opens in tho end of April- closing htorti period ith ntortn tll t url jinetw disappearing In extreme eastern parts of tho country and cooler weather provnlllng in conttal ami wotem m o tiotiH An ffjuinox of Mercury Is central on tlio il Mini will cnuo clondiiUNs ami tctttloitcy to con tinned ilrirrle In tho extremo north Moot need not proo n Hy tho It It decided chango to Mirprioo wanner will develop in tlio went anil during tho 5th to tho 7th reactionary Htorius will pas over tho country being central about tho time of new moon on tho Oth A uluup ohango to cooler will t this time follow tho dihturbancca with strong probabilities of froit along tho northern wide of tho country from about 7th to 10th From 10th to llth is tho next regular A very poriod of change and storm warm wave is apt to appear by tho llth in western regions and during the three days next following storms of much en ergy and wide scope will traverse the Another country from west to east very cool wave for tho season will come in behind the storms causing fovornl days of much cooler weather in tho conn Heavy rains may be rea try generally Bonably expected during the last named disturbances namely about tho llth 12th and UUh during which time a series of daily storms recurring near the same time of day or night for several days need not be uniookod for Watch barotn otors temperature and direction of wind If barotneterjails to rise after one storm passes with wind still in east and south expect another storm from tho west and so on until conditions change The cool weather following tho storms of tho last period will give place to warmer and secondary storms will appear in many places about the 17th and ISth Immediately after which the barometer will rise rapidly to a very high reading attended by a sharp change to cooler From lilat to 2Uh falls tho next storm period during which time it will grow very warm and many storms of rain thunder and wind will appear In all theso disturbances tho intelligent ttbo of tho barometer and correct observation of wind currents will foreshadow with much certainty the coming ami the InAbout tho 27th and tensity of storm 28th will bo central the last disturbances ami cooler days for May bringing oloslng month and night for tho In tho nature of things May must bring moro or lea violence In a meteor- Â¬ ological way but thoro Is a marked ab rtoncoof disturbing causes so far Another planets aro concerned There aro reasons to believe that stormH will not bo unusually frequent and heavy but II will Iks tho part of prudence to watch thorn H and lw prepared to tako refuge from all that may carry In their cloudy folds tho demriiUord of towns and hoartHandjhomcs Word and Works Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ special from llarrodsburg Ky says Mr John Yeast a fanner resid ing near Cornlshvllle this county bioughl to this city a huge snake the like of which was never seen in tlris locality Tho reptile was eight feet 10 inches in length and measured 12 inches lu circumference Mr Yeast was har Â¬ rowing in a Held and had just turned his team around when the monster of a lo nulled from a fence snake appeared corner with head erect and glided rapid ly in front of the team The animals took fright and ran oil leaving Yeast to battle with tho reptile Seizing a half rail he succeeded in killing the monster and discovered that it had been blinded apparently u long time ago Thin smko hai been the dread of women and children During that time for the last live years Miakoship has been frequently neen hh by ditlerent persons who gave wonderful Last sum Â¬ dosoriptioifcr of the monster mer a company was formed to kill it Several unsuccessful attempts were made before he was seen When purMied ho managed to escape to Chapline river clilN near by A Â¬ 1 Mrs lou Day requests us to say to Â¬ Â¬ the ladies of Hazel Cireen and the surrounding country that she has jiiht open ed a full and complete lino of millinery hobgoblin or wlmt notund Informed him Hint ho hnd onlv n few months to live Tho duto tlxed wm In Novem her Tho fnrmor toolc tho mutt or very Ho Rorlouhly but ho hnd no fenrs told IiIh frtcndH that bo was nbout to Ho depart and begun to get ready paid all hlndebtH whteh Is moro than oven death can Induce every one to do and oiTcred bin farm utonnllH and IiIh Rtoclc for sale He wonted to elcan things tip handsomely n every hon cht man should do and leave no tn tnngloinenU behind him Among oth cr thlngM to bo ilUposod of wero two cowh but as ho wanted to live com forttthly while ho did live he concluded to hold on to thono cows until tho laht moment Oddly enougb now that tho time of his exit Is elose at hand he has had an otker vision A new sot of ghosts or hobgoblins luwo appeared to him and informed him that arrangement have been made to allow him to stay lu this wleked world a llttlo longer Ho was rather relieved at tho postponement of his funeral but still felt a degree of emburrnvunentfor pretty nearly every thing ho had wagons horses and bar nohsort rnUen hoes axes some cords of wood behind tho house had all been got rid of and tho farm looked an though It had Just been abandoned Tho old fellow Is a bit riled how- Â¬ ever This vision business he said tho other day has eost me dear and he has been heard to use some rather strong expressions about hobgoblins In general and this partleular hobgoblin that seems to have been playing a praotleal Jolco on him He Is specially glad that ho didnt soil those eows They are about all ho has left but they will serve as a nucleus for the things bo will havo to buy In order to run tho farm When a stranger comes along nowadays and says lio would like to take a peep at those cows with a view to purchase them tho fanner comes as close to pro faulty as a country church deacon ever gets He thinks tho swear words but bites his tongue and remarks that Â¬ Â¬ I -m i And wlen you want to get the BEST you t W GOODS for tho LEAST MONEY you will find that I can accommodate X in every particular I have a larg JL stook to select from and whether you jti buy or not I will be pleased to see you iJij every time you come to town rt Wishing your continued good will X and patronage I remain Yours to please JOHN M ROSE 2rt 1801 Hiuel Oreen Ky v jC j Jnn 1 Xi I Times are hard and I havent preyed y but Id like to havo n little money nftw rrAcr KwwvYiwrs ibf t uA rAMn r M piiuibiuui V I liOi HO -- v ill tJI 9 fill jW When thin otimttoii room n round tho ltintliiotm Olrclo the movor cmacR bank rlui itiu u lui run Llvii I in liti miIiikm Inr Hut lttiit ininicN lliwlnif lipnn In tho inurKot at a mUMtn when tho loiihors were oleuiiliig up have lieen abh lo Mtf1 clniHt smnii rare ImrpiInN waloli Hhall bo the gnlti of my jiihteinfr Give tad vmtr earn while I nuelo van liners i 7A and up 300HHdttp lu Mens Heavy Overcoat bulhH rhmks W IW hi taiUe Pino Shin LullostonmoSlieoH mpiih Heavy Kip Meat uih moiih lino snoe iW Kood Calico at only A coat per yardtW jli 1 mm w Till- - MUMY lliiiu cull itolnul olhuwlioro NO jir mok noons rou MMlyAe a var -- w ROBTNaON f -- OAMPTON KY i l I nHHnHHnaMHMM UAY J IAYLUKTVrfirphflndiwA TAflilfir r Gfiiifirfll Largest Stock- on a Cash Basis -- LUn I I notions ladies dress goods etc which she will sell at the lowest price for cash or produce butter lard chickens gKH or anything she can use for the table She bus a nice line of trimmed and untrlmmed liatn for spring and summer which will bo added to from time to time ho that the very latest styles can be found hero She ulo has a tine line of toilet articles drygood Ill tiit lu a imo the dairy business Tho moral of this is that hobgoblins are very useful creatures In their way tnnUlnf rtf nxyU lwViX iml Bohlf Lowest Pri WAW 4 LOUIS STIX WIIOlKSMi 5 IN CO WHEN YOU WANT A you iiiui oeiier ioiiow nieir no- Â¬ vice but If they tell you you are going to die you had bettor tako camomile tea and scud for the doctor At any mcdih j T wmM A1 v 0rVmr IlKAlKlta rW B-M l ftn lt iow oows- - Dry Goods NOTIONS Etc Third ltaoo and Ialon St CINCINNATI O A Cycnp W Or anything in tliol dowoiry lino lot iiiph know it I will futv iiihIi yon gootlnwerlli ihe money nml YQ0 willlmvtmvAHANTKK vititi unvj at Ninety KlKht Kx Governor N S Horry the oldest ex governor In the United States tiled IMotl it lionto ti wiiotaw PH April J7 in HrhtolN H of pneumonia agetl ninety eight years Ho was Utrn 1701 Tho in Hath Mo Sqitoinber of his life were spent llrst forty live years In connection in mercantile pursuits with his business however ho engaged in politics and in 1828 183l 18JU nnd 1I7 he represented Hrlstol N H his adopted home in the legislature In ISM he was state senator from the Kloventh district Ho was a judge of of commoir pleas from 1811 till tho court ISflO and at various other times held political and appointive olllces In 1815 ho via nominated for governor nnd re ceived votes enough to prevent an elec He was elected gov- Â¬ tion by the people ernor by the Kepublicaus in ISO and was re elected in March 1802 serving until ISM He wax a Christian nnd was a member of tho Methodist church 1 Â¬ SUPERIOR to all other medicines for purifying the blood and restoring the health and strength ItoRpoatfully We carry the need that will alt your trade and our pilova aro TUP IOW1 Spooiid attention ivoa to mall order St Hindi amos dams WKST WITH v bb jKWBiiEn Ky theKZKL County vTr MnrKHii jmF r9tl K lUIKIlYV KY Bettmnn Bros I Co J H PIERATT and Sale Stable J UIk Livery Feed AVERS is the CLOTHING MANUFACTURERS t IVarl Htnil riNCMNNATI DO HAZEL OREElTKYj 4 rDnnhlft and SIhkI mid Haiidle Tho tnulo of Kmtorn Kontuoky iiiorohuntti rottpootOilly Holloltod O Sarsaparilla for Soronila Catarrh Rheumatism and Debility T JOHSHON J H HWANOO Caiapton Hiuol Oroun Â¬ standard specific Will praotloo la tho Wolfo county and olr Collection oait court promptly uiiulu and aliairnot of title ItirnUhmi on hort notlco Ar SWANOO JOHNSON TO 11N13 Y S AT- - LAW for hiru Vnrtlo onayy vd to any point on reHtfoH ahlo torin jtxtrl will alo attond to all call for awe tlonoorliiK mid roIIoU hulno of thl kind o 4topoolfnlly JOHN II llKKATlt llork John ii Ivor I IUI If the care of the hair were made a part of a lndyi education we should not see so many gray heads ant the use of Halls Hair Heuewer would be unnecesÂ¬ Cures Others cure you will Hn foil l y MAuriN WITH dlo tho Rop itji t J WHOLlALK DltY WwWiiMi I11 D H CARPENTER OATIiKTTSIIllHO tho only firm In tha town vrlf iutly oeliihrated irotn wIio1c1b 1iohc of GOODS NOTIONS HOOTS 81 1 ORB Ao sary flr mil Kvorywltrrc Down in the county of Hardin the courts and the people are making a great light to have turnpike roads built A greater blessing than good roads never eamo to the people of any country Hero lu Grant county wo can bonst of 200 miles of macadam turnpike roads the best to be found in tho state and wo won hi not exchange our heritage of good roads for fi an acre on all ottr land Grant countys turnpike roads lias been Wil tho work of only twelve year llamstown Courier loot ItomU to I Dont fc DPall Xn WM B LOGAN IPWI KY iwiwii Boots i and Sho thf O P Tracy rOUTSMOUCH C di 5 hi M f T Druggist ann BooKseller OHIO in fjlvo him a jtirWluni you want tht hfMT cll ii WINOIIESTER KY Mali order promptly nttondod to and your putroiinco I desired Call whon in tho city X3L jx r i i ii f9f i-COX CO r L J T DAY HAZRL OREKN KY I KIOYD HYHD W tho only nwoliRitt hi AVolfa eoanly wht CamptQii Ky Airnlihcd colloo jbr Alitriotof tltloreturn uanrnntood SOUTH BEND PLOW tlon inado and prompt and ha respectfully IhvIIm krwtr nu Coaaootod with tho law llrm of Wood A Day and exniHlno It he for purfchMlHK Mt HtorlhiR Ky ATTOUNEY-AT-LA- sOHTTuTjTSID la civil praotloo Â¬ Tho stockholders of the Harol Green fair association will meet at tho loral hall on tho fair grounds on Saturday May fi 1801 at one oclock p m for tho purpose of electing olllcors and board of directors for tho ensuing year H F IMJiiATT President You can relievo that headache you have by buying it box of Mcgrlmiue at Tin UitKAM olllco It will only cost f0 cents and is sold on a positive guar A1IOWAHD aTAMPKIl ArrOHNKY-AT-lM- W w Fok ram Ahout ZWOOOO feet of plna Sterling J haul and poplar ttmlier near the mouth of wtU P L lire Bwifw orek and about ouo mllo from quarter- - In KeUtiqky for wwlng m Writ him for Ned rlvtar For term uppllM urn chlneo H l Howb Gampton JCy 10 bottom price to ho IinmlH of nny but rollnblo OAMIv10N KY pooplo whon you nro looking for Will praotloo in tho court of Wolfu nnd the Wo nro tlio liirgot adJoluliK conntlo All hiiaiiifMontrniitiid CLOTHING to oar caro will rnoelvc prompt attontlon Iiouho In Contrnl Kontuoky himI mnko a RpoomUy of 700 nnd 10 Suits Willi ovory Hiiit for Mon pKMKH IS wo givo n gtiRrHntuod lovor movo nvont dust proof WATCH AND Hardwarl Iron and SIhI CHAIN kiikk WhitoUHll M6X1KOTOH KY tuo Ky fu jt ivuit tTAMtinvr vv run CATiKrriituitfi Hflla M Y atnu or NtHtHw4ir f 1 - rt n unnDir BRN WILUAMMM ft O ifc J T MILLER Hardware Outltry OATrxrmBUiW icy ILkMU mr i Sill IMUII 1ft UaUJ UlaUHa TV J IXKJlJHAWr GRAVES mWOftWUnBmMm i LKXltfQTON KY FKaolrffi355p1mvmcM Hb -- L 3 i mmw- - i 1 i I jr1M A - i Will S i 1 r T w wtr fPBWUfiMfciwMwW T 1 I fli -- T mii i I J wiihiii gJTMMM - 11 m M dS 4J a MWWi win i j Hi I W WW Zrmm 1 tJ Mi Vi ABOUT CONSUMPTION Bo SHE KNOWS A LOT That Is the Secret of tho Jleally 1opular Ulrl -t- THE GRAND TWO Emr Um3Amnf fall It la Ddared to An a Oontogious Dlsoaao AnnlBBt Theory Revived Through Uclentlflo InvontlKatloii No 1rovl- luns Affuliut Contagion Can llo Made aKi Mil r MORGAN COUNTY NEWS Maytawn MImIIoh E BMky has gono to Pikcvillo on professional business Our townsman I W Rose has been appointed county attornoy for Morgan county vico Samuel Salycrs resigned Rev Doano of Campion was in town last week and tnado a proposition to our people in regard to building an academy and commencing a graded school at onco The citizens of town and vicinity have jp ted his proposition and a contract will bo cntdred into this week and the good work commenced at onco A good move in tho right direction Winoless Grassy Creek Culling Ada Cecil daughter of Oacar Cecil is Very low jvith fover ijoff Phipps of Pleasant Ridge attend Â¬ ed church at Grassy Sunday Died on sho 27th ult of consumption Geprgo DeHavcn son of Matt DoHaven w lienry Greenwndo and several others f am West Liberty attended church at rassvSuoday Jik DoBusk of Fleming county sun this neighborhood several days ek on business J T Pieratt of your town filled Jpintmcnt at Old Grassy church ittfi Rev Dunigan was present Ik u Entoa tho littlo daughter of G ipK RobTson is on tho sick list at her J grandfathers Samuel Byrd near this Pv Splacet Cindehella Sollnrs Sunshluo Farmers nrevbusy planting corn r JQ ipjwml for cut worms as there seem iirbc thousands of them Elder J A Howard left homo for Rowan county to hold some protracted irieetings Union peaco and love will a rfovail if all of Gods children will nrnv pMor it This neighborhood all seems uU5Uout quieted down and in ponce once lore The Union Sunday school that was or anizod at Amyx school house on Red fiver a fewwecks neo is in fine workimr ordejJ B Amyx is superintendent ilmnea Stricklon assistant superintend ent J T Amyx clerk Mrs Alico Amyx teacher of class No 2 Tho attendance is large Praise the Lord for tho good work 0 on Your correspondent had tho pleasure of conversing with Sam II Taulbcc Ho Jferoporta thot J A Howard had held a JuoViAa nFmontiiirru nt Plimannf Tiiti nnd c r7 Wjo fruits ho had done much good man and wife woro divided by inatious there was now union It vilS as though Satan is being en out and I hope ho will stay out f Matt kf I Ik I j Cgtve Munt Have Money I Ul porsons who arc indebted to me jrfor medical attention or other pur V aro renuested to como forward and b at onco as I must havo money or Jtfu1valotit within 80 doys Please this your earliest attention and save expense 1 My feL Respectfully John A Tauluec M D 1894 Vilih town of Camnton on Monday May Kj 7 1804 at 11 oclock a in A full at-tfndauoe is requested Th Democratic committeo of Wolfe county will meet at mo court uousu m H F Ills Grace DodJe worth aftor a-- violent waltz How dorou llko my danolnjr JJelia Donough It rejulnds rao of tho patron saint of tho art Whos that Terpsl- Dodtftwortli iA 7 Pieratt Chairman uli WHm nonouffhNo Kvry Mhh v JiU St Vitus--- 4 at first attenrtanco 1111 a l71ui Vr vit h4 r mk iawiy inenu to Vk to wy prtHr about c Wonl I Goea WHV r Vriiwul Her uaauty SU The Philadelphia County Medical so- Â¬ ciety has petitioned tho board of health of that city to put consumption of tho lungs on tho list of contagious diseases says tho llaltimoro Sun Tho request has awakened Interest in the old question of tho contagiousness of consumption and Incidentally on tho goncral subject of Infection and con- Â¬ tagion Some of tho diseases which ilesh Is heir to aro contagious in every A contact so sense of tho word slight that it does not oven reach skin contact but moroly with tho air which smallpox patients breathe is sufllclont to cause smallpox in man So too tnedlato contact that Is to Bay tho handling by tho well of material touched by tho sick has been proved to bo tho causo of many diseases of which erysipelas and scarlot fover may Moildorgraat Inatruotn n Collegian bo cited as examples The products of Hello Hayseed called out a rude certain other diseases typhoid fever young freshman to Farmer Medder for oxamplo roqulro to bo taken Into grass tho oconomy to becomo maleficent Young man replied the farmer Still others such as glanders must you attend that college on the hill bo Introduced into tho blood curront there dont you itsolf bofore thoy aro dangerous These Yes facts havo been proved by long ob- Â¬ Then lot me tell you something that servation and aro not to bo disputed Is not taught there It is unpardonably A horseman treats a caso of glanders incorrect to speak of hayseed That is with perfect security provided his something which does not exist Hay skin is whole or Is protected A nurse Is dried grass and the proper term Is or a doctor stays for hours In tho room grass seed Just remember that of tho typhoid patient and suffers no Jury hurt The older doctors thoroforo A Cool Cuittoninr sot theso diseases to ono aldo as In- Â¬ v Do you know Duzeubury fectious but not contagious for It was Yes equally evident that they wero carried Well he is a cool customer from patlont to patient not through What has ho done now tho air but through other and to He lives in furnished apartments thorn unknown means and during the late cold spell he used Tho discoveries in bacteriology havo settled many questions but havo un Â¬ the furniture of his landlord for fuel Texas Siftings settled many others which wore supÂ¬ fixed forever posed to havo been Tho Correct Antwor Among other tilings it has broken James how much is four plus eight down tho barriers botweon contagious plus one asked the teacher All the dis Â¬ and infectious diseases Dont know said James eases which have been mentioned are Well supposo I gave four apples now believed to bo caused by germs of to Harry eight apples to Charlie and vegetal origin some of which are ono to you What would it be known others of which aro only sus Â¬ pected The explanation of the bac- Â¬ teriologist as to the difference in thoir effect on the human organism is sim- Â¬ ply that of the lHble Somo germs fall on good ground and multiply others on From that old complaint when you can be stony ground and fall to grow or permanently cured by nu wither at once When a typhoid germ Is breathed into tho lungs it perishes just as do tho myriad of other germs which wc daily breathe It is far other- Â¬ wise If it is swallowed with tho food or drink and finds after running tho gauntlet of the juices of the stomach a Others have been cured why not you mitablo place for growth In tho intes- Â¬ tines The germ frows and multiplies and tho ordinary phenomena of the Disease Cured Without Medicine disease result This will give a gen- Â¬ Not an electric belt or buttery but a simeral Idea of the simplo and apparently ple home treatment which causes the in tire complete answer to many of tho vexed questions which puzzled tho older doc- Â¬ body of the patient to absorb tors Unfortunately tho practical difll pultics aro not entirely removed by the theoretical explanation and espe Â¬ ferj Ask your neighbor about it if lie cially is this true of consumption Even If It is granted that tho disease al Â¬ can not tell you write to us for one of our ways originates from a germ and that books sent free this germ came from some previous caso of the disease tho fact that so IIazkl Gkkin Ky March 10 1804 many escape where almost all aro ex Messrs DuBoise Webb Louisville Ky posed shows that there must bo other Gentlemen Through the kindness of Mr factors than tho germ alone which Spencer Cooper editor of tho Hazki causo tho disease or at least aid In its So far theso other fac Â¬ Gkkkn HriiAM I was afforded an oppor propagation tunity to try the efficacy of your Electro tors are almost unknown That consumption was contagious poise and I must say that it acted like was an old theory and tho Spaniards magic almost a miracle to me 1 was taken centuries ago were in the habit of de Â¬ down with inuamatory rheumatism on the stroying tho bedding and belongings 5 iust and in 24 hours my legs were swol of consumptives and In somo casus len nnd my limbs ached witii pain almost ovon tho houses in which thoy lived unbearable I had no use of elbow hips for fear of tho spreading of the plaguo knees or feet nnd in thin helpless condition That it is not very actively contagious I continued to sutler until the JUli when Mr Is proved sufficiently by tho fact that Cooper eumo uud offered to uso the Electro tho dwellers in cities aro alive at all poise I had no faith whatever but like a for statistics prove that from one tenth drowning man catching nt a straw consent to one fifth of all tho deaths in large cities aro duo directly or indirectly to ed to its use In four hours the pain left tho dlseaso and that consequently a my leg to which the poise was nttached number of sufferers from tho diseaso nnd I continued to grow better until the must bo presont in ovory largo gather Â¬ following Monday when I was nble to sit ing of pcjplo Except in tho later ui nil day nnd hod not a pain about me stages tho patient is not confined to Today HHh I resumed my business nnd his bed Ho mingles in all tho social feel ns well ns I ever did I should ndd that and Industrial avocations of life Not Just two yenrs ago I was confined to my bed infrequently ho Is tho llfo of tho for four months by a similar attack party or tho hardest worker of tho poise might have cured in lour daysthatI the iik ofllco In tho present state of socioty mkvk now and hope all who are nffilcted Â¬ at least sufih men cannot bo con demned to a leper camp nor sent as I was will try the same remedy Gratefully yours P if DAY against their wills to a sanitarium We are acquainted with the facts in this however oxcollont general fact that consumption is case nnd can vouch for the truth of the Tho J Tayiou Day a dlseaso which uuder certain circum Â¬ above Jko H Pikkatt stances may becomo contagious or in- Â¬ I H Jamks fectious should bo admitted A suf Â¬ ficient number of cases aro known Nothing has ever received so ninny testi whoro the carrying of the dlseaso from monials from trustworthy persons many ol tho 111 to tho weU is clearly proved to whom are known to us estern Ilecorder demonstrate tho general truth that Louisville Tho Elcctronolsu is a mystery to me consumption is sometimes contagious lead to tho most scrup- Â¬ almost a miracle Elder John I Kodgers This should In one night the Electropoise relieved me ulous care on tho part not only of the of the brain nnd vertigo physlolan but of tho intelligent pa Â¬ of congestion Means Covington ltev Geo II Ky Â¬ tient to prevent tho spread of tho dis A frend of mine was entirely cured of the ease But any attempt to prevent such opium habit uith the Electropoise Itev infeotion by quarantine regulation W W Mnce Hustonvllle Ky must almost necessarily provo abor- Â¬ The Electropise is a wonderful instrutive ment and it is more wonderful as to how it Tho really popular girl always knows a lot says the Philadelphia Enquirer Sho knows enough not to gossip about nconlo who havo done her favors and who are In a way of doing her favors Sho knows enough to dress appropri- Â¬ ately at all times and never to bo over- Â¬ dressed Sho knows enough not to wear diamonds discuss religion or pol Â¬ itics boast about her ancient lineage or tell long winded tales Sho knows enough to keep silence and she knows enough to talk well Sho knows how to dance swim row sail a boat play the piano and banjo Ring negro melodies and college songs Sho knows enough not to give away all the funny confidences that the boys give her when in the blues pr feeling particularly good and she knows how to cook when they aro stranded on an island becalmed and without oars or a stick with which to polo home She knows just how to catch a fish and then to cook it and she knows enough not to growl and whine and complain until they are safely homo 55E w-- itafrbv pof Cash In justice to ourselves we Â¬ 0 have adopted the Cash Sys- vSSwmmmim vuvjOTgjHCJPioy tem And every living crca EAGLE DRENNON stallion uill innko nt tint ture that buys goods from this This premium saddle utitli n of W 1 nini OtililUH jwmiKo in Hiwel Green Ky nt 0 to ir COLT money due date will be requiied to pay 3rilB A LIVINGinn re is Darted with when with U lu Cnnliil nr 111 - MUl We do this because wc are driven to it Those who owe will not pay When you read this ask yourself the question Do MB I owe Pieratt Co anything And if so dont wait to be dunned but come and pay or in 10 days you will hear it right years old this spring nearlv 10 hands high beautiful mane and tail plenty ot style nnd stamina Sired by the famous Hlue Jeans 3 1st dam by the great pacer John Nosloy sire of tho dam of Maggie F U22 2d dam by Adams Express a noted saddle horse 3d dam by Slashum 4th dam by Coppcrbottom Logle Drennou is a half brother to Eoscoe sold tor 1800 and eight more that sold for 1000 or more Blue Jeans horses have for several vears sold higher than any saddle horses in Kentucky Eagle Drennon can show what he is for himself His colts saddle from anv class of mares Any marc that can out rack or trot him bred free He took two blue ribbons at the Hazel Green fair last year lien on colt until paid KAGLK DKENNOS is r n Blue Grass Beauty This fine young stallion will also wake the season of 1894 at the same place at 6 to INSUKE money due when colt Is foaled or mare is parted with with lien on colt until season money is paid Here is the equal of any colt in Kentucky 15J4 hands high 4 years old the 7th of May bright bay with good mane and the grandest tail you ever saw Goes at all the gaits Sired by Eagle Drennon he by Blue Jeans first dam Bird by Lexington one of the best mares in Montgomery county Bird is the dam of two blue ribbon colts and has rack- Â¬ ed a mile in three minutes Second dam the Â¬ thunder Thanking you for past vors fa- Â¬ f and hoping to merit a good share of your trade we are Respectfully H F PIERAThCO celebrated Hiram Wilkerson saddle mare Beauty is a perfect model in every respect jZSf COME AND SEE THEM SSj 2TA premium of 3 will be given for the best colt of either horse shown at the Hazel Green fair in 1893 March 15 1394 RAY MOSS tSt ACADEMY OF THE VISITATION t The Young Spanish Jack LECTROPOKE for YOUWG Ht LADIES Â¬ Â¬ iiieii Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Adniirabiles White Sulphur Ky Tliis institution under the direction of the Sisters of the Visitation li V M is sit uated hi a healthy and beautiful local ty of the well known Blue Grass Itegion Here the pupils enjoy the coinfnts of home far removed fram the distractions of a city and can consequently with greater facility avail themselves of the advantages nttorded of a thorough enucatiou This premium Jack will make the season Terms reasonable Music Cravon and Painting extra House is heated Iby steam of 1811 at my stable in Hazel Green Ky at apparatus For further particulars address SB TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Sisters of tho Visitation B V M money due when colt is foaled or inarei1 parted with for which a lien will be retain BARRINCER ed on colt until season money is paid WITH Rosco will be 4 years old in June He is black perfect in form and has to he He was sired by seen to be appreciated Englishs imported Jack that lie paid 1100 for his dam Black Bet was sired by Old Aleck Howells famous lack that he re Co Successors to Carter Bios fused 1500 for he bv old Bourbon Wilkes ROSCO WE Â¬ Ganer Dry Goods llo Importers and Jobbers of AND NOTIONS LOUISVILLE KY Â¬ Jr Care will be taken to prevent accidents but I will not be responsible should they occur Mares from a distance will bo kept on reasonable terms Pi 1 i April 5 W T SWANGO 1804 Patronage of the mountain merchants is most respectfully solicited W W FYVIE VARNER CO There aro with which the weak poison generally has to contend ENEMIES THREE IlKmKBKKTIKO SANFORD R31 f yfe M MA 1 9 Work regularly consumes his strength but often pays for what it takes Woruy lights tho candle at tho other end and never pays at nil wholesale dealers lu Disease ties his hands and deprives him ll-W- fri WS j1 fcft f3 JL JEW mfS S3i 9 of power of resistance Who can number the thousands VT w this mighty trio For years we havo foucrht these mnsnniprs of lite with lifou PORTSMOUTH O own weapon the air wo breathe made The trade of Eastern Kentucky is most wronger ior mo comoat by the am ana skill of modern science Our respectfully solicited 121 and 123 Second Street OVERCOME BY ti s 1 IDINGFELDEK JfUiPH Kononco Importers nnd Jobbers of Â¬ DRY GOODS AND n NOTIONS restores strength quiets the nerves nnd expels diseases Proof that Will COllVinco nil u lmrnnenn is offered freo to all who suffer Send us your address DIIS STARKEY PALEN 1521 Arch St Philadelphia Pa 120 Sutter St San FrnnciscoCnl COMPOUND OXYGEN Nos fi87 f39 and 541 West Main Street LOUISVILLE KY Â¬ Jfl FHILLirS WITH ixnnriNCL cataMxiuis IKTT lilt vS flv TMtwlrJso matter H Juryi yqmr woA CUHt U ttfttl 00U nniJiiu fc sneu I had my way Id national holidays In the year have Addrew DuBOIS WEBB Second Tramp You would eh And 609 Fourth Street Louisville then tlwre would bo one working dav Too Much Toll I First Tramp If MJi does Its work yet it does it ley Plows Louisville Ky T E C Urtu W M KERR lOBlJKRS IK CO J iiinc TjmiiiBiniioRn nu l with type 7PUm imiier call nt isv I oikS ami UlLIlM i Hardware Ky Agricultural Implimnts IRONTON O UU iu ucnum ntrMLU ot--t- t- HAZEI GKKKN KY urnui -- - JZ t iXi -- L J IJ JT I JT2 te2AKj idLgftt-f-ir- - r JL I V JC t LwiJ i I ATr I k Mr A m IWWAfjimt Tf MBMf 1 111 IB IIMUM jr - - TTF TSF mmnk - w kMr SM gB 3SBBAEtB Mrs Lou Day inndo n flying visit to Ezcl last Sutulay Willio Jones enino up from Hedges last Sunday to viit his friends here Mr J G Trimble of Mt Sterling is visiting relatives and friends at this place Register 0 B Swango of Frankfort is visiting relations and friends at this place Mrs Lou Alice Havens of Grassy has our thanks for a nice mess of line spring onions v inoffensive old man and well liked by all Hon C R Brooks late of Mt Sterling but now a resident of Oklahoma has been promoted from assistant district attorney to the position of district attor ney which latter office pays G000 a year This is a bit of news that will be appreciated by everybody in the moun tains of Kentucky where Cabe Brooks has a host of warm true friends John II Pieratt will please accept the thanks of the editor for a mess of the greatest delicacy of the season evening at 1 oclock Mrs Heiskel Sally near Hazel Green The ladies of Hazel Green and vicinity is quite sick Dr Taulbee was called to who may desire a fine dress pattern or see her Wednesday trimmings or notions or dry good will See the ad of Trimble Bros Mt Ster do well to write to the firm of John ling who are too well known in this sec Samuels Mt Sterling Ky which is now under the management of that prince tion to need an introduction from us of good fellows Mr John King than Miss Ida Cecil near town and Miss whom there is not in Mt Sterling a finer Rosa Trimble of Hazel Green both of man They have no display advertise Â¬ whom have been quite sick are now ment in this paper but prefer to show reported to bo much better you the display of dress and dry goods Hon J E Quicksall of this place in their elegant emporium of fashion and who has been very low with erysipelas bargain bazar which you will find on since the first of April is now able to Main street should you visit that city sit up a little but suffers severely at A mail request for samples however will bring you just what you desire in times yet fashionable dress fabrics and you enn If you are a candidate for magistrate make your selection and have the goods or constable you are required to pay sent by mail or otherwise S3 to me on or before the 10th of May W W Reed whose place of business 1S4 So do not not neglect this if you is under the opera house at Mt Sterling are willing to serve the dear people has an illustrated advertisement in this II F Pi mi att Chm Pern Com issue to whiclrthe attention of farmers That old reliable clothing establish is directed It tells its own story better ment the 5ife Price Clothing House than we can do it in type and if you Lexington Ivy is advertised in our havo grass or grain to reap or mow it paper this week and it will pay buyers will be well for you to read Reeds ad of clothing when in Lexington to call before you go to purchase an article in and see them Visitors will find there a this line He also carries a full and hearty welcome and the greatest variety complete line of hardware and cutlery of of clothing every kind and makes a specialty of John Thomas aged about 75 years stoves and ranges Mr Reed has a very died at his home on Lacy creek on Sat fine tobacco fertilizer that ho is anxious urday evening last He was a gunsmith to introduce into this section and tobacco by trade and until a year or so ago man men who may wish to produce an extra aged to eke out a living by repairing fire- good crop should communicate with him arms but for some time before death was before setting their plants i subject of charity He was a harmless McLin and family tho la Robert -- Tho Stempcl Fire Extinguisher is the greatest firo fighter yet introduced in America and at the samo time one of tho simplest and cheapest Tho underwriters of Cincinnati all recommend it and the chiefs of every city firo department where it has been used unite in saying that it is tho best thing with which to subdue firo that they havo ever seen One fireman told us that it wasfar moro effective in case of firo than 200 buckets of water would bo under ordinary cir cumstances Tho editor of this paper is the agent for Morgan and Wolfe counties and those who desiro protection from Die should call at once and secure a Stempcl Extinguisher That the neople may seo and know just what it will do wo will givo an exhibition with it on Saturday Â¬ Wo pay Bpot cash and can buy goods from 10 to 20 per cent cheaper than thoso who buy on time and our customers get tho benefit of it Sutton Smith Mt Sterling Rollin Kash and wifo havo gone to housekeeping in the old Trimblo property and he will devoto his timo to tho duties of his position as police judge and the practice of law Tho handsome monument erected on tho lot of Mr J G Trimble in Maeh pelah cemetery and which is said by many to be the handsomest piece of work in tho cemetery was furnished by tho Owingsvillo- Marble Co which has se Â¬ cured orders here for a number of other handsome monuments Mt Sterling Â¬ buy wms s M Rre EiuiiB AND SAVE YOUR HOUSE arai pies CHEAP SIMPLE RELIABLE HANDY- - Gazette Â¬ Hugh Hicks tho carpet man of Lex Â¬ ington has an ad in this paper to which SPENCER COOPER Hazel Green Ky agent for Wolfe and the attention of tho ladies is directed Morgan Counties and soo tho Littlo Wondor Mr Hicks has been in tho carpet business for n lifetime and knows all about it Buyers of carpets therefore havo tho advantage of his long experience and 11 13 and 15 W Main Stroot they will find by using him that they got superior goods at less money than is ordinarily the case Wo havo known WHOLESALE AND RETAIL him a lifetime and for him wo can truly say that when he tells you a carpet is The lnrsait ehenncst and only Cash Stored we want your irmie ami aro in Lexington Brussels it will prove just so prewired to show you tho greatest selection of troods in tlio city One largo room de On Monday April 30 at tho homo of voted to mines a second room is ailed with her son Willie Mary Agar wifo of the Dry Goods Notions etc whilo in the third room we carry an inimuiiHo stock of Gents Rev F Agar sweetly fell asleep in llirnisliint uoods Hats etc To ascertain Jesus Sho was well known in the how many of tho readers of this paper deal with us we will allow a discount ol 5 per mountains whore sho helped her hus cent to any customer bringing this adver band in the blessed mission work She tisement when they deal with us This of often spoke of tho dear people of May fer good for two months only Watch for prices in our new change town and of their kindness to her and also of her dear young peoplo in the st Sunday school class and would often say she would meet them in the New Jerusalem To know her was to love her The funeral services were conducted by Rev J M Yingling assisted by Rev A Bradenbraugh of Baltimore Her sorrowing husband sends greeting Lot your first entry bo a resolution Insuranco may cover actual loss of goods burned but does not pay for timo and trado lost whilo re establishing it business PREVENT THE FIRE WITH A STEMPEL fCull tplti S -- I I LEXINGTON KY W mmwmf 0 y fty Â¬ Â¬ jm Q44M4 w oo J VM49 D PmGEIXiXii w ofrmowoo Â¬ Begin m Year mi 4 Her favorite hymn was In the rifted rock Im resting Siife not to buy until you havo Â¬ secure from all alarms When Im passing through the river Jesus hears me in Ins arms A Avnrioiny otH Henry Murphy of May town is again Carpets Curtains Rugs soon us for Â¬ Oil Cloths Â¬ J ter consisting of his wife and baby left here on Monday for Winchester where they will permanently reside Mr McLin will be in charge of the Day Grocery Co at that place and to those who do not know him we can say that Win- Â¬ chester does not nor ever has contained We a better citizen in every respect Â¬ Â¬ gprvsA HH A i tf ty to commend both he and his good wife to the people of that beautiful little city subscription Our school has representatives from and feel confident that altera short resi- Â¬ will say their lines ten counties four of which aro blue they The town of Hazel Green has been dence there grass counties viz Clark Montgomery have fallen in pleasant places organized under the charter for the sixth Fleming and Bath class The old board appointed trustees Sutton Smith of Mt Sterling have The daily session new begins at 7 a m to fill the vacancies Rollin Kash was an ad in this paper to which the attenand closes at 1 p m except tho teach- Â¬ made police judge John Wilson marshal tion of our readers is respectfully directed ers drill class and theory and art and Henry Pieratt street commissioner and They handle furniture carpets curtains elocution which meets at 2 and continues W T Swango pound master John rugs etc etc and propose to sell as until 3 p m Evans resigned as clerk and W H cheap as anybody We have bought All boarders arc required to study Nickell was appointed in his stead A goods from them for years and havo from 2 to 4 p m in their rooms also town ordinance requiring all stock to be always found them reliable Thoy occupy from 8 p m till 10 Should persons seo kept off the street will go into effect two rooms of Masonic Tempi each of any boarders in town from 4 p m till 8 which is 80x100 feet and both of them they will understand tho reason R D Motley of Grassy sent Oscar aro filled with goods in their respective There will bo njn elocutionary and mu- Â¬ son to Louisville his lines Our people will find them nice sical recital by tho pupils of Mr Swango with Dr Kash for the purpose of having gentlemen and their goods first class and Miss Robertson at the Academy his ankle joint straightened The doc- Â¬ chapel Tuesday evening at 8 p m Mr Mrs Maggie Cassity well known as a Swango will deliver his Worlds Fair tors said that if an operation was per- Â¬ Everybody invited No ad- Â¬ formed Oscar would have to remain at tasty trimmer in millinery and an artist-Â¬ speech mission fee charged Aoademite the hospital ab least two months Mr ic dressmaker is now with Mrs Lou MORGAN COUNTY NEWS Motley then went to Louisville but Dr Day of this place and will bo pleased Kash had already started home with the to attend to tho wants of any who may Ecul Kvolutinn boy Mr Motley returned home Tues Â¬ need work in either lino Everything The prospects now are that there will day and says it has co3t him about 40 new in millinery is being constantly add Â¬ bo an average crop of late fruit in this ed including the latest styles in hat and locality without any benefit to his son Died on tho 20th tilt James Brooks bonnet frames and they will bo trimmed W H Nickoll and Mrs Lou Day were The situation in the congressional race up in any style desired at the lowest in town Sunday is such in this county that nearly overy price Give her a call when in need of Miss Ann Eliza Pieralt who has been oti3 with whom wo have talked desires anything of the kind attending school at West Liberty is now the matter settled by a secret primary Spencer Cooper of the Hazel Green at home the school having closed election and if the county committee It seems that tho Peoples party has was here last week on his way will consult the interests of their constit- Â¬ Heram gone to seed and tho harvest is nov home from a three weeks trip Whilo fully ripe and Coxey and others are uents they will doutless on next Monday in Cincinnati ho purchased a Campbell coming bringing in tho sheaves order a primary It is apparently the cylinder press and other material for The Misses Cockrell who havo been best for everybody and has tho redeeming and corrup- The Herald office We aro glad to successfully conducting a hotel at this feature of preventing fraud note this evidence of prosperity on tho place recently made considerable imtion in choosing a congressman and all provements By tho direction of Miss part of our valued friend Mt Sterling Loula all tho buildings have been nicely who desire an honest expression in tho Gazette repainted whilo Miss Genie among other matter must coincide with this view splendid arrangements has contracted Tho first mess of new potatoes of tho of Rice of extra Co Lexington Ky Graves Cox season wero brought to The Herald foralifetimo supply quality Tho Rico issue They say oflico last Friday morning and were weight and superior have an ad in this was imported and was delivered promptDont Drop In but the reading of the donated to tho editor and his better J by ly on time and early last Wednesday ad will convince you that it refers to Mrs Lizzie Haulsey and Miss Margaret April 25 Rov Manker of Maytown something of benefit to you They will Haulsey Many thanks ladies for your came down and collected tho necessary revenue perfbrming the ceremony about 10 glad to seo you at any time and if kind remembrance half past seven Tho now accessions to you buy a suit of clothes from them Wo occupy two rooms 100 feet deep matrimony John M Rico and Miss Go thoy will fit you out with an elegant by 30 feet wide and have them crowded nio at onco left for their homo at Louisa wedding ami a time piece freo Ed Wicklifle who is full of goods at prices that will surprise It was a quietpeople some of surpriso to them not most of our Mt Sterling with tho house has teen you Sutton Smith now connected knowing it until thoy wrro married and in tho clothing business oversinco tho Our carpet department is very large gone Wo understand that Mr Rico has introduction of fig leaves as a covering and tho very latest patterns as well as a position nt Frankfort to which placo for tho body and ho will aid you in mak the lowest prices Sutton Smith Mt they were to go about the first of this month Bluut Sterling a selection suited to your complexion Â¬ eleven-year-old Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ in school W II Oliver is detained yet at his home near Flat by sickness E W McKinney will teach a school in Menefce county this year Morgan county has the largest representation in school this year Several teachers now in attendance at schod hold first class certificates to teach The April number of the Aeademist is out Send us 25 cents and renew your Â¬ Mattings i You will run no chanco Things aro what thoy soom Thoro will bo no disappointments store for you in HUGH HICKS MANAGER 87 N Broadway LEXINGTON KY A 9 v DEALER IN HARDWARE QUEENSWARE TINWARE And a Full Line of Agricultural Implements Mitchell Wagons Owensboro Wagons McCormick Binders and Mowers Whiteleys Solid Steel Binders and Mowers Repairs kept in stock for McCormick Whiteley and Champion Machinery Granger and Tiger Hay Rakes Avery and Malta Double Shovel Plows 5PR A VTv The Best and Cheapest Cook Stoves and Ranges on the Market Queensware at Cut Throat Prices MANTELS AND GRATES Tho Farmers Friend L tVc 41 North Maysvillo Street Mt Sterling Ky As it is Springtime of courso everyone will want to clean house and must have A New Carpet or Matting Such as Bedroom Suits Cheap Bedstead A S Window Shades or House Furnishing Goods Rockers PianoV Organs Bureaus Tables Mattress and everything that you can find in a first class Furniture House Wo havo tho lar- Â¬ gest lino of Carpets in Eastern Kentucky and our Furniture Bo sure to call and is tho latest and at rock bottom prices seo us r i lA v at MASONIC TEMPLE Mt Sterling Ky WltmJMBAlM CtfiOCfMMU MT STERLING KY 1K M TRIMBLE BROTHERS 3i jWJrfWW mhi liW -- ti PW llwWWnpiii - lit r v rw M ft Hafcel Giqen Herald IfublUbar BENJAMINS HIDE tnro tho went rodo lkiijisnln U On IiIh Iron meed mi fair tie rtntu nit iUy tout lie rodo tut night To mi vhitt tnlRiil bo there Into the nciu rodo Itenjitntn 11 And tin irluunud tils wrdn with en re no Pur tho Hiccchct ho hfnko aN BPKMCEK COOlKR v h0 PICTURESQUE tkm J LARGENSS IVutoiiln IriiHd llcmut of n Loiu Nl in rod tf- - Lj fc W Im B Iflfr U mans All the quality or picturesque large 1ih not been eliminated from tho tory of tho frontlet4 hunter it was our pleasure to discover one frosty morn In recontly llislln on tho platform rather than outrage our lungH with tho superheated poiHon of tho street ears interior wo were joined presently by a ruddy faced Hturdy man of Teutonic origin but darlc halrcd and with close cropped black mustache albeit ho camo from tho region to which CiuHttr ascribed yellow - haired barbarism With a lingering trace of his native tonguo this north Herman entered ohcorily into conversation with tho Bpmcwhat questionable statement that It dont vas so very cold chV loost nlco eh proceeding to say that last year at this timo ho was where tho mercury kept u steady record of forty sovon degrees below zero Ihstt was In tho oxtromo wilds of northern Da Icota where men never go nor dem Indians also Emulous from his youth of trio deeds of Nimrod ho had pursued the chase with an ardor that developed asi irresistible passion for hunting and now ho makes it a practice to wrest lour months of each year from business demands that ho may indulge his Yon 1 gone four seoond nature months by tho mountains and tho woods of North Dakota where nuridcr mans never gone and shoot me boar How htrtre a party were you Point ing with his forefinger against his breast and letting a half suppressed look of heroic pride percolate through his eyes hu ssiid So largo Joost myself 1 always gone alone I dont like homeonoH else Dem Indians call mo Hlhoo dstt lono hunter And I can stand him leel dot thrusting out a hugo right linn thstt felt like a pioeo of I weigh mo two hundred cord wood pounds and I can curry four hundred on mine back and do mine twenty miles a day mil no troubles And then this splendid man of muscle tho magenta of glowing health tinging the shin of his smiling face and bstro throat st laugh that jostled the car and then bursting Its way through his lips told his enviously admiring companions of tho solitary experiences during four months of a thcrmomctcr breaking winter It was grand sport he dcchirod better it thousand times than he had ever found in the moun tain forests of icriuauy where hunt The long ing is only pussy foot trumps when he was heavy la Ion seemed to bo gladsome memories of in domititblo will and tireless strength triumphant over ditliculties The bivouacs under skins when a fire was out of tho question were like the to more recollections enervated creatures of sweet siestas beneath an Italian palm with an ollve skinncd Mgnorltu crooning a love sou JSvory days hardships were so many elements con tributary to the nights joyful rest and tho thought of the nec essary return to tlfo busy confusing und grossly material haunts and marts of men became more irritating us the timo for departure from the rude love umbraco of savage nature drew nearer After 11111113 details of tho lone expedi- Â¬ tion had been narrated with the en thusiasm of a second experience the more than commonly swift oar drew nigh to its terminus Then we seized opportunity to satisfy our restless curiosity as to thu total results of tho four mouths chaso followed by this one What I kill Oh tott I de hunter livered into lllsmarclc In dot time joost forty oight bear skins and one hundred and nlnoty oightwolf skins Not much Not much indeed but dough oh rather better than tho average fisher boss Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Said nothing of gottlng there tnto the west rodo HcnJunln IL And irnndptiR hut wont too Uut ho tnlltcd Kntlrtity out of In let It hid vlowndurk vuIIbo nto the we it rode llonjntnln II And MhJ MoKinW Hlchmls for he hud hoiiio doulit of what might b The result of nneh a ride Into the went rodo Hrnjiunln II And Mr T II Heed tivrutched his dotno of thought reflectively And kuvo jho mutter heed Into tho went rodo Uonjumln II Jomti iolnters for to Kct Ho rode all day nnd ho rode nil night And he htiHti t got thuro jet A YEAR -- N Y Sun OF POWER Splendid Itceonl Mitdn liytlm Democracy Hlnco Mnrch 1S1KI One year ago the democrats assumed Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ boast--Chica- go Inter Ocean ERROR H P IV CORRECTING AN IltHuttA DUiiAtrounlr Itnil MtttlioiuiitltH for Nmrp HcgKiti days comfortable citizen was going Ah homo about ninu oclock in tho ovcn ing ho wun accosted by il tramp said tho needy one IMouse sir givo mo some monoy to buy bread I havo not had uny thing to cat for two st len Ma v S IK light 3 About tho same hour tho noxt even ing tho sanio tramp not recognizing him struck him again Please sir ho said givo mo somo monoy to buy brcuil I havo not hud anything to eat for two days Three days dont you mean re bponded thQ citizen MNd sir Im tolling tho truth Its two days Hut you aro mistaken persisted You told mo last night the citizen that It was two days then und an other day has been added since Of course you wouldnt Ho about it but all of Us aro liable o mistakes and I merely wish to call your attention to It in pasHdng- Good evening and ho wdlen away leaving the beggar with r owns of astonishment In aggravated form and nothing to euro it within - quarter isnt it Thats a long timo between meals bo smiled and forked over u Â¬ Detroit Free Press Ihs Meredith is Celtic the roiling oi control of the national government after a total or partial exclusion from power for over thirty yearn They found the tariff taxes higher than at any previous period in the his Â¬ tory of the government They found a treasury deficiency impending where they had left a surplus They found tho free gold excess of nearly 100000 000 turned over by President Cleveland four years before scattered In foreign hinds They found the country on the vergo of a monetary panic owing to the e operations of a republican law They found on the statute book the skeleton of an elections force law which the republicans had des perately endeavored to strengthen with federal bayonets at the polls What is the record of the year The World has not shunned the duty of criticising the administration and the democrats in congress when the honor and welfare of the country re- Â¬ quired it Hut ii spite of blunders and ilcUtuptcucics It is true and It deserves to be said that not In half a century before has the llrst year of a new admin Â¬ istration and it new congress been so rich in important public services as has the year which has just ended The Sherman silver purchase act has been repealed So mischievous had this law passed solely by republican vote4 become that business men of all parties muted in demanding its repeal The linn altitude of the democratic ad ministration secured an unconditional stoppage of silver purchases and for the llrst time since the passage of the IHaud sict in 1S7S the currency of the country was relieved of the danger of debasement The elections la v has been repealed With It disappeared tho last vestige of centralized coercion the fruit of the war Elections are hereafter to be free The threat of a bayonet behind every ballot of the party In power doing as Speaker Hoed said the republican party intended to do Its own registra- Â¬ tion its own counting and its own cer is removed tlilcatlon This achieve Â¬ ment alone is enough to have madu the tmtyoar of the democratic restoration memorable A genuine tariff reform bill has passed the house Tho Wilson bill is the most selentllic and just tariff meas ure that has passed either house of con gress in thirty years If cuactcd into law it will free the great body of the people from needlessly burdensome taxes it will relieve our manufacturers from u hindering handicap it will en large the activities and Increase the re Â¬ wards of labor It executes the man date of the people It fulflllsthc oft repoated pledge of the democratic party There has been a promising start in pension reform The greatest source of extravagance and fraud in the en tire federal system has been boldly and honestly attacked Tho pension appropriation bill reported to tho house is nearly flft000UOO loss than the amount appropriated for the current fiscal year This is a record of which the demo cratic party has a right to be proud desplto tho shortcomings ami wrong goings in other directions As to tho roverso side of the picture there is this to be buid livery mill that Is closed wtus shut up under the opera- Â¬ tion of tho McKinley fifty per cent tariff Every worklngman that Is un employed is idle under tho law that was framed ostensibly to protect him Evory dollar of Increase in the public debt represents a dollar of the republican deficiency Every lack In the treasury is duo to tho republican law which cut revenue by raising taxes Every expedient to obtain gold to maintain tho public credit is the necessary result of the net loss of gold to tho country during the republican administration of over flJJ000000 Every deficiency Increasing payment from the public treasury boars the sign manual of a republican president That there aro dangers ahead of the democratic party none will deny Uut the record of its first yeur in power challenges comparison vith any similar period in the history of tho country N Y World The more tho matter of pensions Is looked into tho more apparent it be Â¬ comes that the republicans ran the de- Â¬ partment as the main shaft iv heir huge political machine and that they are still utilizing it to the extent of tholr ability iu that direction Detroit ITree Press silver-purchasÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- PROTECTION PRICES Ilovr tlie Knrnitr U injured by tlio Onei U Ion of tho iiiKlnley Mill is not to he denied that eccnt It prices of wheat are extraordinarily low The statement that they havo boon lower lately than ihey ever were be Â¬ fore Is also true In a sense but tho Btatemcut needs qualification because otherwise it is misleading Conditions have changed cfsontially within the last fifty years Our rail- Â¬ road system wsis then In its infancy and where railroads existed freight rates were much higher than they aro now Consequently there was a corre Â¬ sponding difference in tho price of wheat iu farmers hands ami the export price For the period before the west- Â¬ ern exchanges were established wo de Â¬ pend to a large degree upon the export price or in other words the prico sit New ork the chief port of exporta- Â¬ tion Now tho export price of wheat has been lower this year than ever be- Â¬ fore Uut It does not follow that the price in farmers hands iu all parts of the country lists been less How this operates is illustrated by a glance at the conditions existing in tho summer of 1840 The New York Commercial Hulietln learns from reports of sales made In New York city at that time that on tunc 11 J00 bushels of Indiana red wheat part Inferior sold at 7ft cents On July 15 red wheat sold at Si and white at 0V This shows the condition of the market at the sea board Hut It would be a great mistake to suppose that the stsite of tho market in tho west could be ascer tained by deducting tho difference now existing between eastern and western A correspondent of the markets Bulletin says that about this time u man was sent to the lllim i i and Missis sippi rivers to buy wheal and that he purchased a large quantity at W couth cents fo- - white that for red and VT being the difference thin in the market value of the two varieties At the same time 1000 barrels of flour were bought osi the Illinois river for 27 to In the next spring 2b7 per barrel and summer he says flour sold in St Louis at u 2j per barrel The gicat difference between prices oast and west at that lime is highly instructive as showing the enormous strides since made in our methods of transportation It cost to tnmsport grsiiu from fields near the Mississippi river to New Vork something like fifty two cents per bushel From other wheat producing regions rates of freight of course varied greatly ac cording to the distance and facilities Prices of grain of transportation would silso vary greatly according to local demands They were not neces Â¬ sarily low at a distance from New York because iu an isolated region where the production of wheat was in sufficient to supply the homo demand the high rates of transportation would tend to put up the price instead of put ting it down These low prices in 1840 it isssiy be rotod were shortly before the passage of what Mr Hlaiue used to call the free trade turin of tSlO The country was then under the blighting influence of the high tariff act of 1S4J as it is now suffering from the effects of the McKinley bill The bill became a law on Inly J0 It had been predicted that it would ruin the couuti y but it had just the contrary effect A period of wages general prosperity followed were Increased prices of farm products became remunerative snore factories were built and existing ones enlarged and the country came to realize the fact that prosperity is not attained by dcitroyiug but by promoting commerce Louisville Courier Journal Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tho New Knglnnd Farmer Tho New Englandcr Is really ho lew generous than the westerner ho is For generations merely less lavish the New England farmer has cultivated economy until It 1ms become a line art He has pared off his expenditures to so sharp an edge that one can not touch thorn without being cut He has been as saving as the Scotchman and for the Bsimc reason a cruel climate and a nig gurdly soil would starve him else I samotlmos fancy many traits of resem- Â¬ blance between the Scotch nnd the Pu- Â¬ ritans They have the same unrelenting energy the same stern theology in both cases considerably softened of Into years the same dry humor the wtmeveiy vigorous curiosity frequent- Â¬Â¬ ly allied to a very anaemic sense of delicacy the same moral and physical in Â¬ trepidity that seldom brags and never surrenders the same stoical coldness without and deep and tender affections under the crwst the apparent pettiness of thrift that looks like sordldness the same devotion to these things that make for righteousness and the same ungrudging sacrifice of all of them if the need come Scribncrs The boy halted in front of the blacksmith shop when the proprietor queried You sire sure your father told iu to get the old mare shod are you Hoston CourAnd the boy saidshoocr Â¬ v K V ft- - flu fe tf Mr Hnllstcad Pft J R Douglas Untold Misery Hood Co Lowell Mass Gcntlomcn I was troubled with dyspcpalx and catarrh of the stomach for over a year I could not cat tho least thin without C I Dyspepsia and Catarrh of the Stomach Cured Much Untold Misery I tool medicine of dfffcrcntdoctors butrecelved only slight bencllt I bcRan taking HoodaSar saparllli last winter and from tluj scconi day I noticed an Improvement My Htomac kf Â¬ ier Â¬ Hit doan pay said Inclo Ebon to lose yoh tompuh an good nature am er grct blessin to a community Hut duh am Yiisions when or man ho7 Wash tor get insid er be a hypoeriu ington rStan Every mortal should havo some thine to hope for even if it be nothing more than si pretty spring bonnet Gclveston Now In 184oTho world had 71000000 HoodsS8PrCures did not sour nor my food rlso nor lUstrest me 1 havo taken four bottles up to thU time und havo gained several pounds in flcata My friends nil speak about Â¬ invested iu railroads ments exceed 1 i7ii00 000 now the invest- Â¬ and ay they never saw mo looklug so well When they ask what I am taking my rcplj to all Is Hoods SaruaparUIn JoilN II Dooo sAts of tho llrm of DourIiiss Helknap grocer lesatid provisions Halldtead Pennsylvania Hood8 Pills ct easily yet promptly and efllclently on tho liver and bow els J5c My Improvotl Looks unlike the Uirieii hocks Jfo Alkalies a 1 I or Oilier Chemicals aro iwd In tha preparation of WVtV W BAKElt ffl pin V M71 zt COS iBreaMaslCocoa IthaHjnorrfiajifirrcfme ItjitliottreniithvtCwuAUilzed i oi h 11 i which it absolutely jmi v wild AuiMuir Â¬ I hi with Ktircli Arrowroot or mSSRSj Sugar and Is fai more oo noiuical costing lei3 than one cent a etip It is delicious nourialiini and EasilT DlUB8Tii Sold byirorrs crfrjrirlier m3 jLl IMM KNOWLEDGE W BAKER CODorchesterMass Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ COMMENTS OF THE PRESS The olforts of the republicans to put tho administration in a hole ftn accept auy substitute if oflereiL tinue to deposit their authors in an awkward cavity -- Hislon Herald The republican newspapers sire now engaged in carrying next Novem bers elections for their party This is not the first time the republican party has attempted to anticipate the output of X Y World tho political incubator When our esteemed republican contemporaries find some article whoso cheapness is si blessing to the people they say that the McKinley law is When they pretend to still in effect explain hard times they say that the McKinley law hsis been nullified by Robs Confinement of fear of tariff reform Louisville Â¬ Â¬ ACRES OF LAND Brings comfort and improvement nnd for sale by sho Saint Paul tends to personal enjoyment when Dtnimi Railhoau used Tho nirmyvho live bet- Â¬ rightly Company bend for ter than others and enjoy life more with Circulars in Minnesota sent to you Maps and Thev w ill be less expenditure by more promptly adapting tho worlds best products to tho needs of physical being will attest Address HOPEWELL CLARKE the value to health of the pure liquid Land Commissioner St Paul Minn laxative principles embraced in the remedy Syrup of Figa Its excellence is duo to its presenting in the form most acceptable and pleas- Â¬ ant to the taste the refreshing and truly RUBBER beneficial properties of a perfect laxative cflectually cleansing the system disponing colds headaches and fevers ana permanently curing constipation If You Want a First Class Article It has given satisfaction to millions and met with tho approval of the medical HALMS ANTI RHEUMATIC AND profession hecftus e it acts on the Kid Â¬ ANTI GATARRHAL CHEWIHG GUM neys Liver and Bowels without weak Â¬ Cure nml PrtvunM Uhamrmtbm Indlteftlon ening them and it is perfectly free from OjmpopMa Heartburn Catarrh und Asthma Useful In Mnlll la und Kilir every objectionable substance Clnnnuu lhi Teeth ami Promotes tho Appottte hweeUn Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug- Â¬ mo urcnin iurps mo Touitrco Habit Kn- ilorutl by tlio Mcdlcnl Knculty band for 10 gists iu COc ami 1 bottles but it is man- Â¬ wuracuni pitriciiKP iio convinced ufactured by the California Fig Syrup OKO It JIAIAI 140 W 211th St New Turk Co only whose name is printed on every also the name Syrup of Figs package and being well informed vou will not AfiFNK WANTED toKellltpltlnirlrklnicnoie 1000000 B COLCHESTER Â¬ COS SPADING BOOT I A r- - nULHIO lrM for lanrrl MAME M1I8 V PAriR dor rr ll Jl wtlt lllO Unfw t Young Mothers - -- We Offer You a Remedy Which Insures 5afety to Life of Mother and Child Mothers Friend j but Httle pain and did not experience that weakness afterward Some of our republican eon tem usual in such cases-r-M- ns poraries nn reviewing the thst year of Annie Gage Baxter Spiings Kas President Clevelands administration Sent by express charges prepaid on receipt of price 150 per bottle and they rise from the task weeping Sold by all Druggists Book to lUothers mailed free for their unfortunate country One achievement alone of Mr Clevelands BRAOFIELD REGULATOR CO Atlanta Ga first year of office justifies the peoples faith iu him and entities him to the gratitude of his country Ills sound statesmanship and inflexible resolu tion forced the repeal of the ruinous act that bore John Shermans name and Uenjamin Harrisons signature N Y Times llJCii- LA -- 1 Xy A I 1 1 V vVi 111 t Awa Vii The opium smugglers or cook ers as they are culled of Urltlsh Co- Â¬ lumbia are raising a big purse for s crusade at Washington to have the ViiaHaiawuiMMUMNiV high tariff retained on prepared opium When tho McKlrley bill passed the smugglers succeeded in getting a A Gripeless Cathartic twelve dollar rate through which prac Â¬ tically put an end to honest importa For diseases of the LIVER and KIDNEYS it is a CURb tion and brought the smugglers large proHUs If the cookers are success tmMepeineti Used b women U PREVENTS SUF uy men 11 rKUftlU 1 bS VIGOR K ful they will make a great deal ol Beat Wan und Best cures Constipation clears the Complexion and prevents money as a reduction of tho Wilsou Medioma tariff to six dollars will cause direct Dyspepsia sample At your drureiste or ftv s importutiou from City bINCObN Â¬ Its Pain Horror and Risk After using one bottle of Mothers Friend I suffered Â¬ m mm S n oi 3t IPMrfrnva 1 Lincoln Tea free Â¬ W Â¬ China--Kanua- SUr 222 Price 25 cts TEA CO Ft eJit k kV i lJkX Vfr AA VJL JgSr- - Uojf mwm VH tftWi THE lfcECHUJLTS I Fer Josus Christ Aro Increasing u by fT tho Millions OaJj One Century In Nlnrtrpn Shown a llnlf a Million In tho Firet Century to Throo HuihIi imI Million Inthulroiiunt TiilinnRoaSvriuoii ohm-Ii-- oiii y m y kK Vfv il In the Tabernaclo Sunday Rev Dr Tslinnge preached a most eloquent and characteristically vigorous sermon in refutation of tho oft renewed asser- Â¬ tion of the onomiosof religion that Christianity is retrograding and tho Jlible losing its hold upon the hearts and consciences of men Tho subject of tho discourse as announced was From Conquest to Conquest tho text being taken from Amos ix 115 Re liold the days come saith the Lord that tho plowman shall ovortako tho reaper Picture of a tropical clime with a sea Â¬ son so prosperous that tho harvest reaches clear over to tho planting time and the swarthy husbandman swing Â¬ ing the sickle in tho thick grain al most feels the breath of tho horses on liia shoulders tho horses hitched to the plow preparing for a now crop Re nold the diiys come saith the Lord that the plowman shall overtake the reap When is that er That is now That is this day when hardly have you done reaping one harvest before the plowman is getting ready for another I know that many declare that Chris- Â¬ tianity ha collapsed that tho Hiblo is an obsolete book that the Christian church is on the retreat will here and now show that the opposite of that Is true An Aral guide was leading n French infidel ae hiss a desert and ever and anon the Arab guide would get down in th said and pray to the Lord It disgusted the French inlidel and after awhile as tliecirab got up from one of How do lus prayers the infidel said and the you know there is any God How do I know vrrab guide said that a man and a camel passed along know it by the mir tent last night And you want in tho sand footprints o know how I know whether there is any God Look at that sunset Is that And by the the footstep of a man Mine process you and I have come to understand that this book is the foot- Â¬ step of a God Uut now let us see whether the Rible Let us see is a last years almanac whether the Church of God is in a Hull Uun retreat muskets canteens and bnvorsauks strewinir all the wav The great English historian Sharon Tur oor a man of vast learning and of ijroat accuracy not a clergyman but an attorney as well as a historian ives this overwhelming statistics in regard to tho number of Christians in the different centuries In tho first century in tho second cen- Â¬ 500000 Christians 2000000 Christians in the third tury century 5000000 Christians in the fourth century 10000000 Christians in the llfthcentury 15000000 Christians in the sixth century 20000000 Christians in the seventh century 2 1000000 Chris- Â¬ tians in the eighth century iiO000000 Christians in tho ninth century 40000 000 Christians in the tenth century 500000110 Christians in tho eleventh century 70000000 Christians in tho twelfth century 80000000 Christians in the thirteenth century 75000000 in the fourteenth century S0000000 Chris- tians in tho fifteenth century 100000- Â¬ 000 Christians in the sixteenth century 125000000 Christians in the sov Miteonth century 155000000 Christians in the eighteenth century 200000 hristiuns- - a decadence as you C00 observe in only one century and more than made up in the following centuries while it is tho usual computation that there will bo when the record of tho nineteenth century is made ui at Poor least 800000000 Christians a pity it has no Christianity what flow lonesome it must bo friends will take it out of the poor house Who Â¬ loor Christianity Three hundred mila few weeks In lions in one century of the year 1SSI 2500000 copies of the Why the New Testament distributed is like an old castlo with twenty earth tratcs and a park- of artillery ready Lay to thunder down overy gate and see how nsid c all Christendom heathendom is being surrounded and honeycombed and attacked by At tho this all conquering gospel century there were Loginning of this only 150 missionaries now there aro l00 missionaries and native helpers and evangelists At tho beginning of this century there were only 50000 lientliou converts now thoroare 1750 There 000 converts from heathendom sea coast on tho planot but tho is not a and battcrvof the gospel is plantod east south ready to march on north west You all know tho chief work of batteries It an army is to plant tho p nut the bat many days to wav take terie4 and they do all their work in 10 These batteries arc being minutes ami n Wanted all along the sea coasts ill nations It may take a good while may do nil to plant them and they They will one day their worlc In lay Hut Nations are to bo born in back to Christendom and roc iustcoiuo ton nbo tho fact that during tho last huvo connected years as many people tho evangelical with themselves connected themselves with churches as 50 years of this the churches In tho first Christianity Is falling back and ob imi lmvsav Is becoming an and I go into court solete hook heneh o- wherever I and a ludwn Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ a law that thero should be no moro llibles printed in America and no more Riblcs road If there are 40000000 grown people in the United States there would be 40000000 people in an nrmy to put down such a law and de Â¬ fend thoir right to read the Rible Hut suppose tho congress of tho United States should make a law against tho reading or the publication of any other book how many people would go out in such a crusade Could you get 40000 000 people to go out and risk their lives in defense of Shakespeares tragedies or Gladstones tracts or Mncuulcys You know that History of England there are 1000 men who would dioln defense of this book where thero is not more than one man who would dio in defense of any other book You try to insult my common sense by telling me the llible is fading out from the world It is the most popular book of the century How do I know it I know it just as I know in regard to other books How many volumes of that book are published Well you say 5000 How many copies of that A hundrod thou Â¬ book are published Which is the more popular sand Why of course tho one that has 100 000 circulation And if this book has moro copies abroad in tho world if there are live times as many llibles abroad as any other hook does not that show you that tho most popular book on the planet to day is the Word clerks desk I find a llible Upon as a divine being sho taking tho plane from Thy sldo and ride forth to the vicwhat book could there bo uttered the of tho Hiblo and God Almighty whilo tory solemnity of im oath What book s in the corridor of that cathedral wore I am mightily oncouraged because apt to bo put in tho trunk of tho young enacted such scenes of drunkenness I find among other things that while man as ho leaves for city life Tho and debauchery und obscenity as havo this Christianity has boon bombarded Rible What shall I find in nine out of never been witnessed Do you bollovo for couturlos infldolity has not deovery ten houses in Hrooklyu Tho such a thing could possibly occur in stroyed ono church or crippled one Rible In nine out of overy ten houses Christendom to day No sir Tho minister or uprooted ono vorso of one in Christendom The llible Voltairo police or chapter of all tho llible Tho church of Paris whether wrote the prophecy that tho Hiblo in Now York would swoop on it all tho tlmo gotting tho victory and tho nineteenth century would beeomo I know infidelity makes a good tho shot and shell of itaotiemles nearly extinct The century Is nearly gono deal of talk in our day It is on tho exhausted I havo boon examining and as thero huvo been more UiblcB principle that if a man jump overboard thoir ammunition latoly I hare published in tho part from a Cunard steamer ho makes moro looked all through thoir cartlattor of the century than in tho excitement than all the 500 people that ridge boxes Thoy havo not in former part of the century do you stay on tho decks Hut tho fact that tho last twenty years advanced think tho Hiblo will become extinct in ho jumps overboard does that stop tho ono now idea Thoy havo utterly exÂ¬ 1 have to toll you tho next six years ship Does that wreck tho GOO passen hausted thoir ammunition in tho battle that tho room in which Voltairo wroto gers It makes great excitement when against tho church and agalust tho that prophecy not long ago was crowd a man jumps from the lecturing plat Scriptures whilo tho sword of tho ed from lloor to colling with Rlblos form or from the pulpit into infidelity Lord Almighty is as keen as it ovor from Switzerland Suppose the con but docs that keep tho Hiblo and the was Wo aro just gotting our troops gress of the United States should pass church from carrying their millions of Into line thoy aro coming up in com Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SCHOOL AND CHUftCH Â¬ Â¬ lh say people tho church is a collection of hypocrites and it is losing its power and it is fading out from A Uishop of tho Is it the world Methodist Church told me that that averages two new denomination churches every day of tho year Thero are at least 1500 new Christian churches built in America every year Does that look as though the church were fading out as though it wore a defunct institution Which institution stands nearest tho hearts of the peo1 do not care ple of America to day in what village or in what city or what neighborhood you go Which in- Â¬ Is stitution is it Is it the post office it tho hotel Is it the lectoro hall Ah you know it is not You know tho in Â¬ stitution which stands nearest to the hearts of tho American people is tho Christian church If you have ever seen a church burn down you have soon thousands of people standing and looking at it people who never go into a church tho tears raining down their cheeks Tho wholo story is told You may talk about the church be Â¬ ing a collection of hypocrites but when the diphtheria sweeps your chil Â¬ Tho dren off whom do you send for postmaster tho attorney general tho No you send hotelkeoper alderman for a minister of tho Hiblo religion And if you have not a room in your house for the obsequies what building Give mo Do you say do you solicit Do tho finest room in tho hotel Do Give me that theater you say Jive mo a place in that pub you say lie building where I can lay my dead for a little while until wo say a prayer You say Give us tho No over it And if there is a song house of God to be sung at the obsequies what do What does anybody want you want God Savo The Marseillaise Hymn Our own grand national tho Queen air No They want tho hymn with which they sang thoir old Christian mother into her last sleep or they want sung tho Sabbath school hymn which their little girl sang tho last Sab Â¬ bath afternoon she was out beforo she got that awful sickness which broke your heart I appeal to your common sense You know tho most endearing institution on earth tho most popular institution on earth to day is tho Church of tho Lord Josus Christ Infidelity shows Tho Infidels Bay its successes from tho fact that it Is everywhere accepted and it can say Why my friends infi- Â¬ what It will delity is not half so blatant In our day as it was in the days of our fathers Do you know that in tho days of our fath Â¬ om there were pronounced infidels in public authority and thoy could got any political position Lot a man toÂ¬ day dcclaro himself antagonistic to tho Christian religion and what city wants him for mayor what state wants him for governor what nation wants him Let a man for president or for king openly proclaim himself tho enemy of our glorious Christianity and ho can not get a majority of votes in any state in any city in any county in any ward of America Do you think that such a scene could bo enacted now as was enacted In the days of Robespierre when a shameless woman was elevated as a goddess anti wail carried n a golden chair to a ca- Â¬ thedral whoro Incense was burned tc h and people bovd down before her Â¬ Â¬ of God Primus Daltons sight has become strangoly affected poor fellow He sees everything double Sccundus Hy that is no verdict jovol Im glad you mentioned Ul I owe Here these Infidel scientists havo im- Â¬ him ton dollars and Ill tender him thia paneled themselves as a jury to decide five Judge Â¬ this trial between infidelity tho plaintiff and Christianity the defendant The popular opinion is that if the and after being out for centuries thoy Chicago girl should let tho grass grow como n to tender their verdict Gentle- Â¬ under her foot somo day her papa men of the jury havo you agreed on a would havo a protty good sized lawu verdict No no Then go back for Somervlllo Journal another 500 years and deliborato and Stuyvosant Half tho world nevec agree on something Thero is not a Madison poor miserable wretch in tho Tombs knows how tho other live court to morrow that could bo con- Â¬ Thats what comes of living In flats Hrownlng King World demned by a jury that did not agroo on without an alr shaf Co a Monthly tho verdict and yet you expect us to Keady to 1mmrn give up our glorious Christianity to Lazarus was a Hebrew destitute ot eould yon Justice sjverely--Ho- w please these men who can not agree on help The name was very common dr be ho mean as teswlsdh ptQplt anything among the Jews at the beginning oi iliHt put oonmuinoe In yoi r T Ah I my friends the ohurch of Jesus the Christian era Prieener WU jadff IU make Christ instead of falling back is on r The extreme breadth of Texas fa woctn ftomatiimg T the advance I am certain it 1j on the MM MOW to WOrlC WMM God take Thy aword 70 mile and 1U extreme length 0 Lord adtaao passengers into tho skies They say theso mou that sclenco Is overcoming religion in our day Thoy look through tho spectacles of Infidel scientists nnd thoj say It is impos- Â¬ sible that this book can be true pooplo aro finding it out tho Hiblo has got to go overboard science is going to throw Do you believe that tho It overboard Hiblo account of the origin of life will be overthrown by infidel scientists who have fifty different theories about tho origin of life If they should come up in solid phalanx all agreeing on ono theory one sentiment and perhaps Christianity might bo dam Â¬ not so aged aro but thero man j dilVercncos of opinion inside tho church as outside tho church People used to say there aro so many differ ent denominations of Christiansthat 1 shows thero is nothing in religion have to tell you that all denominations agree on the two or three or four rad Â¬ ical doctrines of the Christian religion They aro unanimous in regard to Jesus Christ and they aro unanimous in re- Â¬ gard to the divinity of the scriptures All split How is it on the othor side up jou can not find two of them alike Oil it makes mo sick to see these liter- Â¬ ary fops going along with a copy of Darwin under one arm and a ease of transfixed grasshoppers and butterflies under the other arm telling about tho survival of tho fittest and Huxleys protoplasm and the nebular Tho fact is that some hypothesis just as soon as thev find naturalists out the difference between tho feelers of a wasp and the horns of a beetle begin to patronize tho Almighty while Agassi glorious Agassiz who never made an pretensions to being a Chris- Â¬ tian put both his feet on tho doctrine I see that of evolution and says of our day arc many of the naturalists adopting facts which do not bear ob-Â¬ servation or havo not passed under ob- Â¬ Those men warring with servation each other Darwin warring against Lamarcho Wallaco warring against oven Cope Ilerschol denouncing Ferguson Thoy do not agreo about anything Thoy do not agreo on embryology do not agree on tho gradation of tho speoios What do they agree on Herchel writes a whole chapter on tho errors of astronoui La Place declares that tho moon was Ho says not put in tho right place that if it had boon put four times further from the oarth than it is now there would bo moro harmony in tho universe but Lionvillo comes up just in time to prove that the moon was put in the right place How many Seven colors woven into tho light says Isaac Nowton Three says David How high is tho Aurora Hrowster Horealis Two and a half milos says Ono hundred and sixty olght Lias How far is tho miles says Twining sun from tho earth Sovonty six mil- Â¬ Eighty two lion miles says Lucallo million miles says Humboldt Ninoty Ono million miles says Hondorsou and four million miles hundrod Only a little dif Â¬ says Mayer ference of 28000000 milos All split up among thomselvos not agreeing Thoy como and say that on anything tho churches of Josus Christ are All divided on tho groat doctrines united thoy aro in Josus Christ In tho divinity of tho scriptures whilo they como up and propose to rendod their verdict no two of them agreo on that Gontlonviu of tho jury havo verdict you agreed on a verdict nsrfi tho court or tho clerk of tho jury as thoy como in after having spent tho wholo night in deliberation If tho jury say Yes wo havo agreed the rerdict Is rocorded but suppose ono of tho jury I think tho man was guilty mon says of murder and another says I think he was guilty of manslaughter in tho I second degree and another says ho was guilty of assault and think battory with Intent to kill tho judge would say Oo back to your room and bring in a verdict agreo on something Â¬ panies and in regiments and in bri- Â¬ gades and you will hoar a shout after awhile that will make tho oarth quake and tho Heavens ring with Alleluia Forward tho whole It will bo this line And then I find another most en-Â¬ couraging thought in tho fact that the secular printing press nnd pulpit scorn harnessed in the sumo team for tho proclamation of tho Gospel Every Wall street bunker to morrow in Now York every State street banker to morrow in Hoston overy Thlrd streot banker to morrow in Philadelphia every morchant will have in his pocket a treatise on Christianity a call to ro pentanco ten twenty or thirty passages of scripturo in tho reports of sormons preached throughout these cities and throughout the land to day It will bo so in Chicago so in New Orleans so in Charleston so in Hoston so in Philadelphia so every I know the tract societies aro where doing a grand and glorious work but I tell you thero no power on oarth to day equal to this fact that tho American printing press is taking up tho sermons which aro preached to a few hundred or a few thousand people and on Mon day morning and Monday evening in the morning and evening papers scat Â¬ tering that truth to tho millions What a thought it is What an en couragement for every Christian man Heside that havo you noticed that during tho past few years every ono of tho doctrines of tho Hiblo came under discussion in the secular press Do you not remember a few years ago when every paper in tho United States had an editorial on tho subject Is thero such a thing as future punishment It was the strangest thing that thero should be a discussion in tho secular press on that subject but overy paper in tho United States and in Christendom discussed Is thero such a thing as I know there woro small retribution wits who made sport of Uio discussion but thoro was not an intelligent mau on earth who as the result of that discussion did not ask himself tho question What is going to bo my eternal So it was with Tyndalla destiny prayer guage About twolvo years ago you remember the icculnr papers discussed that and with just as much earnestness as tho religious papers and there was not a man In Christen- Â¬ dom who did not ask himself tho quos Is thero anything In prayor tion May the creaturo impress tho Creator Oh what a glorious fact tho secular printing press and tho pulpit of the Church of Jesus Chrisf harnessed to tho same team Then look at tho International Sor ios of Sunday school lessons Do you know that ovory Sabbath botween and 5 oclock thoro aro 5000 000 ehll tlron studying tho same lesson a lesson prepared by tho loading minds of the country and printed in tho papers and thon given over to tho teachers who give them over to tho children so whereas onco and within our mem ory tho children nibbled horo and there nt a story in tho Hiblo now thoy aro taken through from Genesis to Rev- Â¬ elation and wo shall havo 5000000 children forestalled for Christianity I fool us My soul is full of oxultatlon Alle- Â¬ If I could shout 1 will shout luia tho Lord God omnipotent roign othl Lithographing was discovered by a poor poot named Sencfolder who had written a drama and determined that it should boo tho light The publishers would not print it Ho determined to print It himself Ho had no typo Ho resolved that engraving would answer but had no coppor and was too poor to buy any Ho concluded to uso stone and after many failures finally made a brilliant success and large fortune through his invention Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ There uve 50120 students in tht American tool leges and 405023 in at tendance lit tho academies llov A ltouth of linoy Flats Va has been the father of twenty children eighteen of whom aro living Ho ii Kovontj flve halo and hearty and able to rido circuit and preach ovory Sun day Tho private schools in tho United States educate l00iMtt pupils How thoroughly dependent tho negroes are on the stato for education is soon in tho fact that only 04054 colored chil Â¬ dren attend schools whero thero is any charge or pay Chief Jithttco Jouno of England has ruled that a minister of the Gospel has no right to plead as n privileged communication in court tho substanco of a confidential communication made to him as a minister by ono of his parishioners Tho court ho says not tho individual must judge when tho ends of justice require snch secrets to bo made public Three of tho Protestant Episcopal dioceses of Now York stato havo moro than 1000000 inhabitants each and ono of tho three tho diocese of Now York has moro than 2000000 Tho dloccso of Long Island Is tho most donsoly populated It has an area of about 1400 square milos und a population of moro than 1000000 Tho diocoso of Now York has an area of about 5000 square miles with a population ex Â¬ ceeding 2000000 A majority of our college presi Â¬ dents aro ministers Of tho books is Â¬ sued annually from tho press no other single profession produces so many as the ministry Among the writers who aro most widely and largoly read min Â¬ isters stand in the front rank Ser mons or books in Kcrmouio or semi bormouie form are only less numoroim than novels Tho faet that publish Â¬ ers year by year find profit in issuing these products of tho pulpit shows that the pulpit is holding Its own us a literary factor unibcrliind Presby Â¬ Â¬ -- M 3 Â¬ terian 1 Some years since Rev Herbert Whitney found it impossible to fill two Sunday engagements so induced his wife to try to take his place for ono of them Sho succeeded far beyond their expectations and began preaching on her own account until now sho is tho pastor of tho First Unitarian church of West Somervlllo Mass whilo hor husbands charge is nt South Hoston If anyone compliments llov Ilorbort on his discourses tho reply comes Call that a good sermon You should A similar case hear my wife preach is that of Mrs Amelia A Frost wife of Rev Georgo A Frost of Littleton Mass Mrs Frost was regularly or Â¬ dained to the Congregational ministry a few weeks ago and will bo associate pastor with her husband Plans for u campaign In tho city of Rome aro being made by tho mlsflon ary society of tho Methodist Episcopal church of America A lot has just boon purchased in the heart of tho Italian capital on which it is proposed to erect a large and handsome building to bo the headquarters of tho mission in Italy An appeal to tho Muthodlstsof the United States for funds with which to build the new mission house has been made The appeal onds with tho statement that tho proposed building will cost onohundred thousand dollars and characterizes the scheme as one of the umost important enterprises ovor presented to tho Methodist Episcopal ohurch It is signed by Ruverond Doc tors C C McCabe J O Peek and A II Leonard corresponding secretaries mission rooms 150 Fifth avenue Â¬ fVI 1 iW a i i HOME Ktoii th TABLEAUX Will Enjoy VrT TUtlit One TIhwu IninuMirtttly f The protty custom of tableau acting should bo encouraged among young children In tho home Thoro Is no easier way of gotting up an ovonlngs amusement And oven children of olght and ton years of ago can with very llttlo practice conduct success fully such entertainments Properties consisting of all tho old clothes in tho house could bo al- Â¬ lowed to them with tho stipulation that thoy should bo returned to their proper places when the performance was over Tho homo pictures which appeal would to tho audi Â¬ aro always tho best ence No elaborate copying of well known pic tures is needed Tho Naughty Hoy who Is pictured as being caught In tho act of breaking his sisters doll or The Dirty Hoy gotting his face washed could bo vividly presented by any small brother and big sistor and would certainly bring down the house Watching tho Haby and The Un willing Errand Hoy would bo found oquully realistic and make great hits In fact tho childrens own Imaginations onco grasping the humor of the play would suggest many a sltuatloN which would be both novel and strik ing o Children can thoroughly appreciate jokes on thomsolves And If the growa people woro somotlraes hit they wquWs be quite good tempered ovor it J Y Â¬ 1 t SA M M tf t t r f - j1 v y r -- rr lil1 WJJff m i iif M PMMPV4 VffH F I Mt hidti wuh Umkrwltera Association of Chichi- Miller Building S W Corner Third mid Walnut Streets Cincinnati 0 March 2 1894 Ike Cincinnati Tin and Japan Firo Ex- tittguisher Jo Gentlemen The undersigned witnes Â¬ sed practical test mado by you of tho Stempel Firo Extinguisher given in the rear of your building southeast corner of Sycamore and Canal Monday Feb ruary 28 1894 the test being mado with two gallons of rubber cement liberally apreadover pine boards hIso a mixture consisting of varnish and bonrJno in bar- Â¬ rels also a structuro built of pino wood thoroughly saturated with coal oil which was fired aud in a few mo Â¬ ments blazing to n height of thlrtyfivo feet all of which was extinguished ho quickly aud thoroughly that wo woro completely and agreeably surprised The test was of tho most combustible mate rials with which fire may come in con- Â¬ Â¬ Tfee ca on When to Howl MCVSflHBMBlaMBMMvaBMk tact Pfr K Wo most heartily endorse tho Stem pel Firo Extinguisher and tako great pleas ure in recommending samo to tho public who may desire to guard ogainst fire Signed Â¬ u 4 w u Very respectfully Chas E Marshall Secretary Underwriters Assn Cincinnati Adam Co Gray J A Townloy President Commercial Ins Co Wm H Calvert President Merchants and Manufacturers Ins Co G W Pohlman Prcs Nation Â¬ al Ins Co Chapman Johnson Co Agents Etna Ins Co Jno II Law Hros Managers Royal Ins Co F A Rothor President Eureka F M and Mercury Security Ins Cos Persons who sympathize with the Spenoeii Coopkk Hazel Green Ky afllicted will rejoico with D E Carr of 1235 Harrison street Kansas City Agent for Wolfo and Morgan counties He is an old sufferer from inflammatory rheu- Â¬ A Cat On Hor Ghaut A strange death occurred on Tuesdoy matism but has not heretofore been morning in Voluntown twolvo miles troubled in this climate Last winter from this city A Miss Wilson retired he went up in Wisconsin and in conse It Monday night in perfect health with her quonco has had another attack cume upon mo again very ocuto and aunt Miss Fitch who was awakened at My joints swelled and about four oclock on Tuesday morning severe he said became inflamed sore to touch or almost by tho cry of n pet cat that was on tho girls chest Miss Fitch put tho cat out to look at Upon tho urgent request of mother-in-laI tried Chamberlains of tho room but when sho returned her my Pain Halm to reduco the swelling and niece was gasping for breath and in a few minutes was dead Two physicians ease the pain and to my agreeable surI havo used three woro called and tho body looked so life- Â¬ prise it did both fifty cent bottles nnd believe it to bo the like that for sovoral hours tho doctors labored by artificial means to restore finest thing for rheumatism pain and For sale by John M respiration Tho medical examiner Dr swellings extant Rose Jennings was called and after carefully High or Low Turin examining tho body gavo orders that no Until the civil war brought upon us funeral should be held till indications of decomposition should appear Norwich tho series of high tariff that began with Morrills and ended with McKinlevs Conn Special tho wealth of tho United States was A lady at Tooleys La was very sick pretty evenly divided not only as be Â¬ with bilious colic when M 0 Tiisel o tween north and south east and west prominent merchant of tho town gavo but also as between the two great interher u bottlo of Chamberlains Colic ests agriculture and manufactures The Cholera and Diarrhtea Remedy Ho Democratic party had been in substnn- says sho was woll in forty minutes after tiall y continuous ascendancy in the gov- taking tho first dose For sale by John eminent from the inauguration of Wash- M Rose ington to that of Lincoln Its leadership aud legislation were all the time untaint A Tiuki Nojiro On information from London Laurel ed with the corrupt influences of the county SheritrScobee and Deputy Stoke great vested interests that aro nowadays ley went out to Rankin station on the K Iwsed on the protective system aud 0 railroad Sunday evening and arrest- which as Senator Voorhees justly said ed a negro known hero as Jako Williams in speech opening tho debate in the sen His right namo is Pate Whitley About ate havo succeeded in placing it under elghteon months ago ho killed a negro tho duress of a small majority of that woninn in Laurel county and has since body Imltiniore Sun In Tlit UiiyH of Our Griuiiliuotlicr been a fugitive from justice Ho had Sulphur and molasses reigned supreme in been in this county about a year Ho is the spring time Nowadays we take a despcrato character and was not taken Humphreys Specific No 10for dyspep without dilllculty At first ho started sia and all stomach troubles keeping the to run and the sheriff and his deputy blood pure so that no soring losing is For sale by druggists fired cloven shots at him ono ball strik- Â¬ necessary HiHtorlo Clmrnetur Good ing him in the back of the head and Mrs Jane Humphries a historic char glancing upward Tho negro fired three or four shots in return without efiect aoter died at Columbus Ohio last week mid then surrendered SheriiV Scobee aged 78 years Sho was a cousin of tho late Jefferson Davis president of the took him to London Monday WinchesMrs Humphries maiden1 Confederacy ter Sun name was Davis and she was born in Dr F Scott Rluo Ridge Harrison North Wales in 181G In 1810 sho wasj For whooping married to Evan county Mo says Humphries and shortly cough Chamberlains Cough Remedy is afterward she aud her husband came to Hy using it freely the disease excellont America stopping for a time at Utica is deprived of all dangerous consequences N Y About 18 13 the couple located Thero is no danger in giving the remedy at Columbus During the war Mrs Hum- to babies as it contains nothing injurious phrles won the everlasting gratitude of 25 nnd GO cent bottles for sale by John the union soldiers at Camp Chase by her M Roso kindness to the sick to whom she paid almost dally visits and tenderly nursed Whit u Cain OtturKiu Eleven men supposed to be white caps them back to health She always seemed are on trial in the United States court nrnnd however of her relntimmhin to i nt Atlanjtn Ga for several recent out- Â¬ the late Jeflerson Davis T- - rages It is alleged that tho prisoners Iooh Hon Prcnin The story comes from Dover Ky that lire members of n secret league having a membership of 700 in George Murray J E Mclvinloy aged thirty five and tho object of Mrs Mary Grove eighty odd will venMiul Gilmoro counties which is to protect illicit distilling ture on the sea of matrimouv MiIvin Within the last two weeks eight whip Â¬ ley is a school teacher from Ohio aud j pings nnd ono assassination havo been Mrs GrovcMs the widow of Hon Jerry reported During the fall and winter jnndiary fl Hiul attempts to murder h wealthy and rumor has it that u mar Â¬ 0000 tWpiity iniirjlials were credited to this riage contract gives MoKinley ifctgtte hasundertaken cash and 1000 per annum MoKinley Thegoveruuent The was in Mnysville and cashed Mrs Groves to break up the orgnnxntou check for n round sum defendant have 100 witnettw w Every report that comes of elections throughout our land show enormous Republican gains Wo hopo tlicfo en couraging reports will not turn the heads of Republicans Getting into power is one thing and using it to bring prosperity aud honor is another Wo do not want to do as our Democratic friends throw up their hats and rend tho air with barbaric shouts of triumph after tho clectiom and then at tho end of tho first year of power hang our heads in shame and admit that wo havo been unable to redeem our pledges Lot tho hallelujah bo nt tho right end Lot not him that putteth on tho armor boast as him that When you havo brought takoth it ofi material prosperity back reduced taxes established trade and confirmed our peace tnen shout ami not till then Winchester Sun Yes you brought material prosperity reduced taxes nnd established trade when you woro in power before didnt you Tho fact of tho business is you got out of tho undermined house just ns it was about to fall and wo got in just in timo to catch the falling timbers Rut never mind as soon as wo got tho debris and dust oflof us we will build a new nnd safer house aud then well do the shout- Â¬ ing Jts no easy thing to clear nway a lot of old lumber and erect a new build- Â¬ ing on the old foundation using part of tho old lumber to build tho new house and try to livo in the old wreck until tho new edifice is completed This is what tho Democrats aro forced to do aud its quito a difficult job Carlisle Â¬ tain Pons go use Dunns tho cutiro week ami until tho ontiro fit 1 lot is olosiul out our AVo Â¬ Call in and try it eiieli ns long as thov last FRED t Manufacturing Jeweler HEINTZ IT 1 iVIIWrt Mil IV C l ustoin nouse ogiumi - ihiu win Solid fold Foun Â¬ of thoso pons tilled ready ior t 141c 12 W SHORT STREET LEXINGTON KY Kigular Monlfl 25 conta 10 a in to tl p in KITCHERT Breakfast from 5 to a in pi y Dinnor from MwiIh to ordnr nt nil hours Suppor from 5 to 0 p in Oysters Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken a Specialty Cars ftVXGAHflP 1xm potato COMBS HOUSE CAMPTON KY J U HOLLON PnoittiirroR OTHB11 WAf S0H 18 respectfully solicited Table the best and every attention to the comfort of guexts Tlio jmtroniijje of the traveling public is 20 and 22 N UPPER STREET LEXINGTON KY LLEN HOUSE LKB CITY KY The ubove house is now open to the public ami the piilronuge solicited Table the Â¬ Foreign DomesHTDry Goods MAKINGS L t MILLINERY AND DRESS best the country ulTords aud charses reasonable Qood stable and enre of liorses Give me a call C 1J ALLEN 31 3m Proprietor Â¬ Grand Opening of Spring Dress Goods Every Day nrTi that wo aro giving host value and allowing tho largost assortmoni or the Fourth Street near Main Now and Soasonablo Drons Goods Silks Novoltios Vol CINCINNATI O vots and Millinery of any houso in Kentucky Silks from China India and Japan such styles woro novor GKO WKHKllM SONS Miwmri Kf shown such beauties woro never soon pricos woro novor so low boo patronage of Wolfe and Morgan tho groat variety and novelty in our French Silks Satin Duchess counties solicited Moiro Antique Brocades Stripes Poau do Soio Zanzibars and Cha nioloon olVocts Havo ovory woavo known to tho most famous makers OTEL LELAND Lexington Ky in Europe Our Grenadines are a specialty and our patterns can bo H S 11 mtOOKS Proprietor no whoro olse found New Iluildingt Gas nnd Electric Light Our Spring Woolens aro beautiful and our importations aro tho Electric Elevator Heated throughout with latest our stock tho largost and most varied our 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