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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fi y i i Hi V r t W Jv ft wv- - b nj i ny r - y s J Pfc Hazel SPENCER COOPER Ownor nnd Editor ii iHirt iZ Wi Established March 4 1885 and Mado Famous in tho Colobrntod Story of Of n Noisy World Jonntlinn and His Continent Iumhiliifr nl 111 HirratT by Max ORbll llnok Ta j Willi Now Krpin AU Nation Sloo A yeAr Alwuyu in Aclvunoo TENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY ICY THURSDAY MAY 10 1894 NUMBER 7 i JM Xgp JfcSJiM WJStCOJIP m TRAID 0 SQUATTERS Snld to Bo Dnngorous to Tnko Dopo Bitlons In Bronthltt County An IiitmCHtliiB History or tho Hull by tho S Sus When you come to Lexington drop in and see nml we will show youthe biggest stock of Tyn Tyryjmxi mm i V 1 og grl Iats and Furnishings for Men and Boys South Hull1or Twenty Yearn They Ilnvn Not VImUihI - w P Wholesale and Retail- - you ever saw If you cant come write to us and toll us what you want You will make more than your expenses though if you conio in person and make your selections the ll oncrtj LEXINCTON sen iv mi iiiiii cyiiwiffiJiiiiiiiiMifflrLiiOGraiEiiMM Mens Suits from 5 up Boys Suits from 125 up M ONE TRICE CLOTHING HOUSE 54 E Main Street KAUFMAN CO LEXINGTON KY MERCHANTS jw 137 and 139 Race Street Bit Drives in JOB m L0T ONLY HOUSE WHOLESALE Cincinnati Ohio fpfe- - j tv ciiosasm mm3 hass FSimh1 for our Prion List 0 T im O Tho famous and involved litigation surrounding tho suit of N C Morse nnd others against tho South heirs enmo up before Judgo Barr of tho Fcdernl circuit court this morning on a remarkable gK motion mado by Harry South one of tho defendants Ho filed affidavits stating that it was dangerous to take depositions of certain witnesses at their homes in Uroathitt county nnd asked an order of court authorizing it to be done nt Jack Â¬ son tho county seat The case is n most remarkable one HiLmm Long before tho war tho Hon Jerry South who for years was u kiugdieo in Kentucky politics and lesso of the Frank fort penitentiary bought along with U Judgo Rrcck uu immense tract of land in Rreathitt county The purchase price was trilling as tho land for years was considered practically valueless No at tention was paid to it by the owners and it was taken possession of by squatters who built houses and eked out a bare Â¬ Â¬ yd i x - H J t MARCH SP 24 W Main Street Mil W I 441 A f UVin s Fmiiw Wd fSjm for 9 tt J rjfei p3 W - - kmmwrn i V KMwVWSL m A 5 165 The lending houso for FANCY DRY GOODS FURNISHING GOODS and NOTIONS Ahvarys have Big Drives Special attention to Mail Orders 167 Race Street CINCINNATI PEDBR itsfflSS Bawk 30000 Wliurn Does tho IvOHioiiHlblllty Itcst The fumucial and business condition of tlio country seems to bo growing worse Manufacturing nnd other enterprises nre closing cncli day with almost tho same regularity that the sun Bets The people nnd especially farmers nnd working classes nre at unrest They seem dissatis- Â¬ fied discontented and broken up Thousands are without bread and employment and clamoring for something with which to sooth their ills We have desperation anxiety murmuring nnd almost universal chaos What is tho causo of tho complex situation Who is to blame If any clnss what If individuals who Where does If n political party which Somo nttributo the responsibility rest it to tho political parties Tho Democrats say tho Republicans nre responsible Republicans nro equally as pronounced in their belief that the Democrats nro to blame Who can toll It is very natural for cither to say that tho other is to blame nnd it is likowiso natural for out- Â¬ siders nnd soreheads to say tho causo rests with both of tho parties The troublo is our people nro not working together Our representatives in con- Â¬ gress arc antagonistic to each other nnd striving for supremacy over tho other As n result they are accomplishing little It seems that from congress wo can expect nothing nnd equally as Jittlo from tho people Thcro nro hundreds of thou Â¬ sands of sincere nnd honest men in tho country who deeply dcploro tho present situation nnd who on account of tho prevailing hard times indulge in tho most melancholy forebodings as to tho probnblo result of tho panic They aro constantly giving various expressions to feelings of anxiety nnd apprehension on ouo hand nnd making suggestions or inquiry on tho other us to how prosperity No ono nnd good times can bo restored enn doubt that it is necessary for our representatives to pull together nnd that they should bo strongly backed by tho people A divided people can not hopo We must livo in unity nnd to prosper hand in hand together Men should walk not allow politicialor personal differences to keep them from doing right but remember all nro striving to reach tho aamo goal Why not stand together Wo have too much politics nnd too little business Too much politics hurts worso than nono at nil For the situation who Not I svb Mr Demo- Â¬ is responsible crat Not I cries Mr Republican Richmond Pantagruph Then who is Â¬ Â¬ existence When Jerry South died the Rrcathitt county lands wore a part of tho large cstato which ho left his heirs The land it was later found covered cnnnel coal fields and as facilities for transportation improved tho squatters not only operated mines but felled tho valuable timber In tho meantime Judge Urcck had dis posed of his part of tho property but tho land was never divided and N O Morso and others who inherited it from tho purchaser brought suit for n partition the South heirs of which there nro several branches becamo involved in litigation and now it would bo hard to accurately define tho legal status of the many suits To bring tho cases to trial in tho Federal court nt Frankfort to which they Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mohshstk H sayjejd THtt B w Traders Deposit MT STERLING KY Capital J M 200000 Surplus 1HG3TAFF PrctWent G L KIKKPATJUOK Vice President W W THOMSON Cashier Wo respectfully solicit the business of nicr chants limner trailers and business men generally throughout Knstcru Kentucky A peneral huukiiiK business done Give us a chance to send you a bunk book nay your chucks and loan you money when in need v w TiioMrsoN uasn Giiij national B3I1K CLAY CITY KY Capital 50000 J F COX lt FLOYD DAY President Cashier No Bank in Eastern Kentucky has better vaults nor bettcrfacilities for keeping your account Managed entirely by home people who know you and who are always ready to accommodate yon strMoiiey to loan on reasonable rates Call on us BlarK County Kat ionaiBanR MAIN STREET WINCHESTER KY JOHN W BEAN President 13 F CURTIS Cashier Capital S200000 Surplus 100000 Undivided Profits 5000 Organized 186S being tho oldest bank in the county Collections made on all points and vour business solicited Winchester In WINCHESTER KY nt HJH WITIIERSPOON President If R I HUNTER Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 - This Bauk solicits tho accounts of mer chants farmers traders and business men uenerully throughout Eastern Kentucky nnd oflers Us customers every facility nnd the most liberal terms within the limits of octlly legitimate banking ITN Hi t- VICTOR - B0GAGRT ft lu r nuwi 17 f- - Jeweler E Short Street r LEXINGTON Bottom Prioea JY Diamoncla Wfttcha and Jewelry Reliable Gooda Fair Dealing and All Gooda and Work Guaranteed ccedingly sorry to hear that there was any section of Kentucky in which depositions could not bo taken without the risk of bodily harm Tho depositions will bo taken in the circuit court clerks office nt Jackson An exception is made in the C caso of ono of tho witnesses an old woman whoso physical infirmities will not permit a trip to Jackson Her de Â¬ position will bo taken in tho vicinity of her homo CCCQDCCD Mr South who mado tho motion be- Â¬ were assigned it is necessary to secure fore Judgo Barr was formerly warden of Wo linvo nu olegnnt assortment of depositions of a number of squatters tho Frankfort penitentiary and is a son and other witnesses who rcsido on tho of Jerry South Tho motion was a most unusual one Louisvillo Times May 2 land These pcoplo it is represented by AID lOIl A NEW KOAD in Barry South nro lawless and despcrato nnd it would be as much as his lifo is Eastern Kentucky Cltlions Freely lie worth to make tho attempt to invade the Noiitlir to tho Call neighborhood The lender of tho squat An Ashland Ky ppecial says that R tcrs is Bill Strong one of tho most noto- Â¬ M Broas local representative of tho synrious men in tho state so Mr South dicate that is to build a railroad to Caney says Strong is n sort of feudal hero Morgan county from some point on tho AND exercising over his own neighbors n Chesnpenko and Ohio railroad likely greater power than ever did landed baron Morchcad or Mt Sterling has returned Ho was from Now York and reports all going in tho days of nighterrantry ono of tho lending spirits in tho noted nicely with the project On tho action feud between tho Strong Little faction of Morgan county nnd the citizens along v U DBDBBEKD on ono sido and tho Burnett faction on tho proposed line depends altogether the Whon in Lexington dont tho other in which it will bo romem expedition with which tho road will bo subbe red Judgo Burnett was killed nnd to pushed Somo weeks ago Mr Broas Yj fail to givo ub a call suppress which tho Louisville Legion mitted n proposition to Morgan county at was sent to tho mountains So much West Liberty by which 25000 payable CBCCCDED feared is Strong that on one occasion in twenty year bonds was asked as a when his son was nrrcsted for some help toward tho expense of building A ofTenso nobody had temerity enough to voto on this will be had soon Rights of Â¬ try him Bill has been a terror to Gov- way the entiro distance havo been asked ernment officers nnd it was his followers nnd in most cases granted Mt Sterling who a few years ago planned to bum to gain tho road will rniso 25000 addi Â¬ General Deputy Collector Spurrier alivo tional among Its citizens Tho Morgan for having mado some seizures of illicit County Cnnnel Con Land and Lumber Â¬ stilts in tho neighborhood company offers 21000 to tho enterprise Mr South in his statements to Judgo Another eastern land company offers b Barr paid that tho Souths had never for 000 while J M Piorntt a prominont tho past twenty years dared to visit tho Morgan county merchant proposes to tho GBBMQOBH property and that in order to havo tho pcoplo of tho county that ho will pay tho property cared for a receiver had been 25000 asked if they will guarantee him Wo aro Solo Agents for asked for and had been nppointcd by tho tho salt trado of tho county for ten years county court This receiver was Prof at tho present prices Fosters Kid Gloves God a prominont educator of Jackson Must Huvo Money Mr Southa statements as to tho dan- Â¬ All persons who arc indebted to mo ger which attends tho eflurts to tako deÂ¬ Â¬ Featherboni Corcifs positions in Breathitt wero supported by either for medical attention or other pur como forward and affidavits from sovoral persons among poses are requested to -i AND thorn Prof Goir Mr J B Markham settle at once as I must have money or its equivalent within 30 days Please United States Commissioner at Frank jfckr fort and a representative of tho Moss givo this your earliest attention and save Standard further expense Respectfully in tores ts contended that thcro would bo John A Taulueij M D no danger and that no demonstration 1 181M May SMMtBMM had over been made by any of the wit Â¬ nesses Each South and Markham was IwmIIhic h ForlorH Hope tho stand and cathechized by placed on Hon E J Howard of Middlesboro Foil balk About 500000 feet of pine the other but the verbal passages at has announced himself as a Democratic from the Eleventh and poplar timber near tho mouth of arms became so tart that Judge Barr candidate for congr Swifts creek and about one mile from took the examination into his own hands district The district Is qverwhelmingly He finally granted Mr Southa motion Republican and it looks as if lie k lead Â¬ Red river For terms see taking occasion to say that he was ex- - ing a forlorn hope 10 ii P Howu Campton Ky Boss Jr Go LEXINGTON A NOVELTIES A Â¬ 4 Â¬ Dress Mils KID GLOVES I I Â¬ Masonville and Lons dale Cotton 7c yd Best Calicos 4Jc yd Lancaster Apron Ginghams 4Jc per yd X v S T I 3v a Pititris 4 frfii X tfc Lexington v fTTVJc tj 9 wiBflBB j- - mlf p vv T M fX mza P k jl JMffiMMMeSrBIMMMMBMMMMMMBaBiS3E3Wgg3F3tMgffWH j i vi J a 4 ri v - xTUl n Hazol w fc v VW Herald PaMtefcer r myself to 4e that it havelong determined life if he he ahould a show for his chose to take advantage of it Among the many billets which I have filled U America during my wandering life I wanonco a janitor and sweop out of the laboratory at York college Ono day the professor was lecturing on poisons and ho showed his students Home alkaloid as ho called it which ho had extracted from some South American arrow poison and which was so powerful that the least grain I spotted tho meant instant death Lbbttlo iu which this preparation was kept and when thoy were all gono I helped myself to n little of it I was a fairly good dlsponsor so I worked this alkaloid into small soluble pills and each pill I put in a box with a similar pill mado without poison I deter- Â¬ mined at tho tlmo that when I had my chance my gentlemen should each havo a draw out of one of these boxes while I ato the pill that remained It would bo quite as deadly and a good deal less noisy than firing across a handkerchief From that day I had always my pill boxes about with mo and tho tlmo hnd now come when I was to ubo them It was nearer ono than twelve and a wild bleak night blowing hard and raining in torrents Dismal as it was outside I was glad within so glad that 1 could havo shouted out from pure exultation If any of you trentle- men havo ever pined for a thing aiTd longed for it during twenty long yeifrjfjf und then suddenly fotind it withui your reach jou would understand my feelings I lit u cigar and putted ot It to steady my nerves but my hands wcro trembling and my temples throb-Â¬ bing with excitement As I drove I could see old John Kerrler und sweet Lucj looking at mo out of tho dark Â¬ ness and smiling at me just as plain us 1 see you nil in this room All tho way they wore ahead of mo ono on each side of the horse until I pulled up at the house In tho lirixton road There was not a soul to bo seen nor a sound to be heard except the drip- Â¬ ping of tho ruin When 1 looked in at the window I found Drebber till hud Â¬ dled together in a drunken sleep I shook him by tho orm Its time to go I 1mm 1 f - V A5 a Green Mtmt I could not bring away to your acearsed and shameleea harem ho cried 1MCKK OOOFE It was not I who killed her father MAlSL QJtllX t KY TO A SCHOOLGIRL He smooth head botuUsg low Stw porftt with eager joy Dark ojes and cheeks aglow Oer the old lalo or Troy Dnr Heart and tsaoceni aoull Ttece nay the growing years Aft thy quick spring tides roll Bring Joy sot tears Quaint thoughts ot sages dead Tho poets noble rage Gains patient science gives And loitered fancies lino The maator vrord which lives Deathless divine For thee let knowledge spread Historys tented page j pw K 1 if i Through galea cuwrcathed with flowers And fairy dreams begutlo Thy uliunclosB hours Out may no learning dim Those clear regarding eyes Still lot tho morning hymn And orlnons nrlno Leave knowledge which tho mind And not tho heart can move Still girl thy trousure And In faith and lore Lewis Morris In London Queen Arts precious garden For thee let tnuslo wako Deep inarticulate chords Which tho rapt soul can tako Swifter than any words Btnllo But it was you who broke her in- Â¬ nocent heart I shrieked thrusting Let tho high tho box before him God judgo botweon us Choose and cat There 1b death in ono and life in I shall take what you tho other leave Lot us sco if thcro is justice upon tho earth or it wo are ruled by chance IIo cowered away with wild cries ami prayers for mercy but I drow my knife and hold it to his throat until ho had obeyed me Then I swallowed the other and wo stood facing each other iu silence for a minute or more waiting to seo which was to llvo and which wub to die Shall I ever forgot tho look which camoovcrhls fuco when the ilrst warning pangs told him that I tho poison was In his S3stein laughed as I saw it and held Lucys marriage ring in front of his eyes It was but for a moment for the action of tho alkaloid is rapid A spasm of pain contorted his features ho throw his bunds out in front of him stag- Â¬ gered and then with a hoarse cry fell C 3SKU iffz i Tiro i iim i jk 7 AV3 J MiWaiM 11V sim 9 CONAN OOYIK A mmi XX PART V X i SJ4 Tho moment for which I hud waited so long bad nt lust come I had my enemieb within my power Together thoy could protcet euch other but singly they were at m3 mercy I did iioL u t however with undue precipMy plans wcro already itation formed There Ib no satisfaction in out I suid vougeanco unless the offender has All right cubby said he tlmo to realize who it is that strikes I suppose ho thought wo hud come him and why retribution has come up Â¬ on him I had my pinna urrunged by to tho hotel thnt ho had mentioned for which I Hhottld havo tho opportunity ho got out without another word and of malting tho man who had wronged followed me down the garden I had mo understand that his old sin had to walk beside him to keep him steady found him out It chanced that some for ho was still a little I top heavy came days before a gentleman who had been When we him to the door opened it into the front room I looking over some houses and led engaged iu give you my word that all the way in tho Ilrixton road hud dropped tho key of one of them In my curringe It was claimed that same ovehlng und re Â¬ turned but In tho Interval I had taken i moulding of it and had a duplicate Uy means of this I had comdruotcd access to it least ono spot In this groat ojty whore I could rely upon being froo from Interruption How to got Drebber to that house was tho dilll cttlt problem which I had now to solve lie walked down tho road and wont into ono or two liquor shops staying for nearly half an hour in the last of th m When ho camo out ho staggered WflSjr in his wall and was evidently pretty Il well oh There was a hansom just In front of mo and lie hailed it I fol- Jowud It so close that tho nose of my jTiOiye wart within u yard of his driver he whota way Wo rattled across Wa- trrloo- bridge and through miles of streets until to my astonishment wo tti OArI AT MK WITH llIKAltln four ourselves back in the torraeo in mtUNKKV KYKS A MOMKNT which ho had boarded 1 could not Imagine what Ids intention was iu re- the father and daughter were walking turning- there but I went on and in front of us pulled up my cub a hundred yards or Its infernally dark said he so from the house IIo ontored it and stamping about Woll soon have a light 1 sold his hansom drove away Give mo a glass of water if you please My striking a match and putting it to a wav candle which I had brought with mouth gets dry with tho talking I con- Â¬ Now Enoch Drebber handed him the glass and ho drank mo tinued turning to him and holding it down Well I the light to my own face Who am 1 Thats hotter ho said He gazed at mo with bleared waited for n quartor of an hour or more when suddenly there came a drunken eyos for a moment and then noise like people struggling Inside tho I saw a horror spring up In them und hou o Next moment the door was convulse his whole features which tiling open and two men uppearod ono showed me that he know mo Ho of whom was Drabber and tho other strggered buck with a livid face and wua a young chap whom I had nover 1 saw tho yorspiratlon break out upon seen before This follow hud Drobbor his brow while his tooth chattered by tho collar and when thoj camo to At the sight I leaned my back against tho head of tho stops he guvo him a tho doc and lnughed loud and long I fthovo find u kick which sent him half had always known that vengeance across the road You houndl he orled would bo sweet but hod never hoped shaking his stiokat him Ill teuoh you for tho contentment of soul which uow to insult an honost girl He was so possessed ine You dog I said I havo hunted hot that I think ho would havo cudgel only you from Salt Lake City to St rotors iljrushed Drebber with his that tho cur staggered away down tho burg and you havu always escaped Now at last your wanderings road us fast as his logs would carry j me lie ran as far as tho corner and have come to an end fur either you or him thou coing my cab ho bulled mo ami 1 hall never see to morrows sun rise junpcd in Drivo mo to Hallidays lie shrunk I still further away us I spoke and could seo on his face that private hotel said ho he thought I was mad So I was for I hud hm fairly inside my When The rftb my hetrt jumped so with joy that tho tlmo sledgepulses in my templesÂ¬ hammers and 1 beI feared lest Ht this last moment my beat like 1 drove lieve 1 would have had a It of some go wrong aneurism might not along slowly weighing in my own mind sort if the blood had me gushed from I might tako my nose ami relieved was best to do what it you For na hit rJffnt ou Jnto tlie country my rlor What do cried think of Lucy door looking tho now I have deserted lane there In 1 his face tho Unt Inierriew with him he had almost and shaking boonkey in in coming lun slow but solved tho ishment has wben dachled upon this The erase for drink it has overtaken you at lost I saw m nmhltmfor spoke coward lips tremble Ud Mixed him again and he ordored his would havo begged for as Ilife but his lie lie toiilvipouUiagiHrUw wlok iSncarinif word that I shouldÂ¬ he know well it was useless ho stam Â¬ Would you murder me Thwe he remained unSalt d when he oeme ou mered til iWii4im Tliere s no murder I answered T farirone that I kaew the L Who taks tf murdering a mud dog to What meroy had you upon my poor Itwoftjtl ejiUy darling when Jrou dragged her from iu J Mm in cold blood 1hw alaug fctared father aad bore her UMfcUtt few IKOO ifW Â¬ I tliAinru Vi CoNTiNiiK Wfliw - 1 Now gentlemen the inspector ro marked gravely the forms of the law must be complied with On Thursday the prisoner will be brought before tho magistrates und your uttendunee will in COWKIIKD AWAY WITH WIM CMKS be required Until then I will bo re- Â¬ AND lUAYKUH KOIt MKUCY He rung the bell sponsible for him heavily upon tho floor I turned him as ho spoke and JefYorsoji Hope was over with my foot and placed my hand led on by a couple of warders while upon his heart There was no move- Â¬ my friend and I made our way out of ment He was dead tho station and took a cab back to Tho blood hud been streaming from Ilaker street my nose but I had taken no notice of CHAPTER VII It I doht know what it was that put THK CONCLUSION it into my head to write upon tho wall Wo all boon warned to with it Perhaps It was somo mis- Â¬ before had magistrates upon the appear Thurs- Â¬ tho chievous Idcaof sotting tho police upon day but when the Thursday camo a wrong track for I felt light hearted there was no occasion for our testi- Â¬ and cheerful I remembered u Gor mony A higher Judge had taken tho man being found in New York with matter in hand and Jefferson Hope ruche written up above him and it had been summoned tribunal wns argued at tho tlmo in tho newspa Â¬ where strict justico before abo meted would pers that tho secret societies must havo to him On tho very night after done it I guessed that what puzzled out capture the aneurism burst and ho his the New Yorkers would puzzle tho was found in tho morning stretched Londoners so I dipped my Jlnger in upon tho floor of tho cell with a placid my own blood and printed it on a con Â¬ smile upon his face as though he had venient place on tho wall Than I been able in his dying moments to walked down to mj cab und found look upon u useful life and on that there was nobody about and that work buck dono well the night was still very wild I had Gregson and Lestrado will be wild driven some distance when I put my about his death Holmes remarked as hand into the pocket in which 1 usual Â¬ wo chatted it over next evening ly kept Luoj s ring and found that it Where will thoirgrund advertisement was not there I was thunderstruck be now at this for it was the only memento I seo that I had of her Thinking that I to dodont his that they had very much capture I answered with might have dropped it when I stooped What jou do in this world is a mat- Â¬ over Drebbers body I drove back and ter of no consequence returned my leaving my cab in a sldo street 1 went companion bitterly Tho question is boldly up to the house fori was ready what can you make people believe to dare anything rather than lose the you have done Never mind ho that con- Â¬ ring When I arrived there I walked tinued more brightly after a puuseI right into the arms of a police officer would not have missed the investiga who was coming out und only man Â¬ anything There has been no aged to disarm his suspicions by pre Â¬ tion for case within my recollection better tending to be hopelessly drunk Simple as it was thcro were several That was how Enoch Drebber came to his end All I had to do then was most Instructive points about it Simple I ejaculated to do as much for Stangerson and so Well really it con hardly bo do pay oiT John Terriers debt I know scribed as otherwise said Sherlock that he was staying at Hallidays pri- Â¬ Holmes smiling at 1113 surprise Tho vate hotel and I hung about all day proof of its intrinsic simplicity is that but he never came out I fancy that without any help save a few very or Â¬ he suspected something when Drobbor dinary deductions I was able to lay He my failed to put in an appearance hand upon tho clmlnal within was cunning wus Stangerson und al wnys on his guard If ho thought ho three days TO JUS CONTINUED could keep mo oiT by staying indoors he wus very much mistaken I soon InrouftUtrnt Croiiturci found out which wus tho window of A girl nover murrics her ideal Ono his bedroom and early next morning reason is thnt she seldom finds him I took advantage of some ladders und when she does sho doesnt like him Another reason is tho material man is so dreadfully unlike the ono of her im- Â¬ agination A girl is an inconsistent Â¬ heartily I havo llttlo more to say and its as well for I am about dono up I wont on cabbing it for a day or so intend- intr to keen at It until I could savo enough to tako mo back to America I was standing in tho yard when a ragged youngster nsked if thcro was a cabby thcro called Jefferson Hope and said that his cab was wonted by a gon tlcmun at 221B Baker street I wont round suspecting no harm and tho next thing I know this young man hero had tho braoelcts on my wrists and us neatly shackled as ovor I was In my life Thats the whole story You may consider mo to gentlemen bo a murderer but I hold that I am just as much on ofllccr of justice as you ore So thrilling hod the mans narratlvo boon and his manner was so impres- Â¬ sive that wo had sat silent and ab- Â¬ sorbed Even tho professional detec- Â¬ tives blase as they were in every de- Â¬ tail of crime appeared to bo keenly in- Â¬ terested in the mans story When ho finished wo sat for somo minutes in a stillness which wos only broken by tho scratching of Lcstrudos pencil as ho gave tho finishing touches to his shorthand account There Is only ono point on which I should like a llttlo more Information Who Sherlock Holmes said at last was your accomplice who camo for the ring which I advertised Tho prisoner winked at mj friend I can tell my own secrets jocosely ho said but I dont get other people into trouble 1 saw your advertise- Â¬ ment and 1 thought It might bo a plant or it might be the ring I wanted My friend volunteered to go and see I think youll own he did it smartly Not u doubt of thut said Holmes AN OHIO MIRACLE J The Eonmrkable Story of an OM Juady Who Has Been AfflloUd with Paralyala tot Many Yoars Meyc Complete UclptcM Beyond t Ald IteHevel at I of Medical Jn a Marrolout Manner Prom tho Toledo Dladfl Jn a noat little homo in Farmer Ohio lire tho ltcv SUas S Hydo aud his wife The two nro now closo to tho soventy sovenUt nillo stouo and lwvo been married flfty twe - si 1 01 A creature anyway As suroas sho fashions tho idol of her minds eye as a great fierce black mustuchod brig and Ish looklng individual the end will bo Â¬ Â¬ I V sjtil a 1 Ljjj 3 at promise to love and oboy some meek freckled red haired person who cannot forget his affection for choco- Â¬ late caramels aud football scrimmages Most dreadful is tho fate of tho llttlo woman who admires tho jolly man who can laugh at paper weight biscuits and boiled beefsteak for sho invariably falls head ovor heels in love with some solemn stately man whoso very photo- graph makes her dumb with silent awe Chicago Kecord 1 lU SCimiKO DRKBTIKUS DKATIt TO HIM -- fr i1 ifl 5 which were lying in tho lane behind tho hotel and so mado my way into his room In tho gray of tho dawn I woko him up and told him that tho hour had como when ho was to answer for tho life ho had takon so long before I de Â¬ scribed Drebbors death to him and 1 guvo him tho samo eholco of tho poisoned pills Instead of grasping at tho ohancoof safety which that offered him ho sprang from his bed and Hew at my throat In selftlefenso I stabbed him to tho heart It would havo been the same in any ease for Providonoe would never have allowed his guilty hand to pick out anything but the poUoa uirneu irom nis weuutng trip was walking down Fifth avenue the other afternoon wearing n most sovero and A friend who troubled expression went up and grcoted him jovially and congratulated him upon his gredt good fortune received a dismal look and a cold answer in roturn Thinking it strango ho asked Whats tho mat- tur with vnu old fnllmv Ynn lnnlr fierce as a bear Whats the matter answered the benedict in a irruuinv maunor Uverythlugs the matter Im looking for the fellow who told me that two could live as cheaply as one Pittsburgh DUpatck Cruel Derentlna An iMleghanian who had just re- - lions who enjoy tho luscious maokerol and tho llaky cod realize what the cap- Â¬ ture of these sou fish means to the fishÂ¬ erman and what a demand that samn fishing makes upon capital and oftna A seasons fishing on the upon life banks is by no means the pleasantest life ono can spend aud yet it is con sorvatlvoly estimated that there are ton thousand men and boys so em- Â¬ ployed each year Boston Herald In 177G Jonathan Boucher who came to America in 1759 and acted for a tlmo as a prlvato tutor to John Park Ctistls a son of the widow whom Wash- Â¬ ington married wrote of Washington after his return to England in 1775 I did know Mr Washington well and though occasions may call forth traite of character that never could have been discovered in tho more sequestered scenes of life I can not conceive how ho could otherwise than through the interested representations of party havo ovor been spoken of as a great man He Is shv sllunt lnw unH tlouR but hrtH no quickness of parts cau nummary penetration nor an ele voted styls of thinking la his moral churaotor ho is regular tHmnni w ViWV onest yv Jat um has except that a a vrffnlan ho lately found out l lncro no moral turpitude in not Wmt u fosses he owes to a Brlllj1 creditor and as I always fllouJt religious having heretofore V60XI pretty constant and plary ln llIs atteudaneo on publlo wor-hlp Hut he seems to have nntit geuerous or affectionate in hh nature Itt 18S0 the United Statee had X miles of railroad track In ope rat km last year there were 17623 1 -- years For ovor twonty fivo years Mrs Hyflo nee been practically a homo tied Invalid Dur ing tho earlier years of hor illness a succe slonof fovors and othor nllmonta peculia to women led up to a stroko of paralysfai which occurred about tea years ago Al this time tho droid discaso laid hold of he loft sldo and was what is callod wasting or Tho seven years which creeping paralyal followed its first nppearanco woro marked by a steady nggi cgutlon of Ao powers of the discaso and wcro full of misery Throe years ago it culuiinatcd in attacking her right sldo in tho samo way and thoro was llttlo hope tit tho time of hor surviving the second shook Different physicians were employed but wcro unablo to alloviate hor suiTcriugs In addition to her former sick Â¬ ness paralysis is Inherited both hor motlior and her giandmothor having been carried 4 away by it Kov Mr Hyde la responso to tho iaquiry It is ten years Blnce of n reporter Biid Mrs Hydo was first attacked with paralysis and about thrco years ago sho had a second Bhock From that tlmo on for two years bIio was practically holploss Tho disease loft her in such a condition that it was nec essary to exclude tho visits of our neighbors Tho least excitement was too groat for hor Physicians whom wo consulted gave no hope and inodteitte which wo used appeared to do uo good About ono year ugo in a pa per of ono of our cities I noticed an advor tisement of Dr Williams Pink Plus for Palo People and scut for somo of them Two or three week after sho first begaa taking tho pills I notleed a decided improvement From being absolutely holpless sho gained suCleieut strength to bo up and about tho house and to perform somo of the lighter duties of tho household Steadily sho has gained a llttlo in strength She is uow ublo to seo hor friends aad neighbors of old aud on pleusaut days able to bo out At tho timo Mrs Hydo commenced taking tho medicine Iter mind was falling but the pills havo checked that tendency and her mind now npioars as bright and active as it ovor was Tho wasting process in paralysis is accompanied by most sovero pains and cramps which occur at Intervals aud causo terrible suffer intr Since Mrs Hydo began taking i Dr Williams medicine about ono year ago uioso symptoms witu uieu moments or ox crucinting pain havo disappeared Mrs Hydes loft side was paralyzed first but she is ihw ablo to walk about and uso hor loft arm more than her right At this point iu tho couvorsation Mrs Hydo eutetcd tho room In splto of her years of illness ho is a verj flue looking bright old lady Yes sho said I wan to corroborate what my husband has said la relation to my case and to Bay further that before taking tho medicine I was qulto deaf but am able now to hour much bettor Ik ha3 also strengthened my eyesight has re- Â¬ stored my nppotito which I had almost en tirely lost and last but not least I can sleop which I could not do before taking these pills 1 am surprised that anything could accomplish so much Yes said her companion thats it If the few vears thut remain to hor or us cau bo mado reasonably free from pain and sho permitted to retain hor mlud it it a great deal While I should not liko to be quoted extravagantly I am willing to give Dr Williams medicine tho credit duo and what wo havo said seems to mo quite a suf llcient recommendation for othor and wa do our duty only in sa lug this Dr Williams Pink Pills aro an unfailing specific for such diseases as locomotor ataxia partial paralysis 8t Vitus dauco sciatica neuralgia rhoumutism norvous headache tho after effect 0 la grippo palpi- Â¬ tation of tho heart palo aud sallow complex-Â¬ ions all forms of weakness cither la mnioor female aud all dlsoascs resulting from vitiated humors in tho blood Pink Pills are sold by all dealers or will Iw Bent post paid ou receipt of price V cents a box or sir boxes for2f0- - thoy aro never sold in bulk or by tho lOOj by addrossiug Dr Williams Mcdlciuo Co Schenectady is Y or Brock vlllo Ootarlo Nnw Kiielauil FUlieruien How many of the thousands yos mil Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ A - 1 i r0OL ii 1 rwoQifflPw m S HfahJUit IE lJ iym s p t tv ly WM k t t4f t - vr y -- 4t-- Im A4 7 rrereatWe It was formerly the practice amonir It Ih much better to keop tea and ijovuiu hi curry a cano navuifr a cofteo In fflnss fruit jnvs with tljhtly hollow head tho top tops than In tin boxes The gold pierced with holes of which was crowed like a popper favor of these favorite beverages Is box The top contained a small easily spoiled by the vicinity of any amount of aromatic articles of pronounced odor uuch as and on entering- a owder or of snaff honso or room slmisc bacon etc where a disease supposed to be in Â¬ KrultCalte Without Molasses Two fectious prevailed Die doctor would cuifuls of suirar one cupful of butter Mrilu his t anc on the floor to agitate on cupful of sour cream three gener the pow i cr n ttd then apply It to his oui eupfuls of Hour two cupfuls of nose llcnec ail tlie old prints of phy Â¬ sicians represent them with canes to oipppcu ruistns two eupfuls of cur rmU four beaten ejrpt one teaspoon ther nuosvU Louis fil of soda hdIcoh to tiist lousekceplngtint the Modal- Customer to Lemon Cheese Cakes One nound nf irnnvrV clerk You say that tho orrirs sraiiuinuti suimr six oirirs the julco in this basket are fresher than those and grated rind of three lemons one- - in tho box ami yet you charge twentya nluartor nniiiul rt It tl live cents a tloen more for the latter wiseults or ladv flnn or irmtnil Put nil Grot ers Clerk Yes in but them ejrj into a pan and stir gently until they in the box took the prize atthe Worlds thicken like honey Pour Into jarB fair -- Judge and seal Detroit Free Press -- Some plants so sensitive that Malted Hfigs Heat tho whites of the passu ge of tiro a cloud over tho sun lix eggs to a froth preserving tho will yolks intact and keeping each In a gree afTect them to a considerable de separate saucer pour tho whites Into a butter dish and drop on six spoonfuls Tm man who will say a mean thing will Rams Horn of cream and in each hollow formed soonor or later do on by this lay a yolk salt slightly and When tho bill o11eotor goe round its bake until set American Agricul- Â¬ Blgn ho wants to got square Iutor Ocean - HOMIE HINTS AND HELPS An Ancient Tkt Take no Substitute for Royal Baking Powder It is Absolutely Pure All others contain alum or ammonia How is your son gettluK along In col Jepof GrUt Ast of th KENNEDYS rUdlcal KENNEDY Djoyry KH MEDICAL DISCOVERY KAK Has discovered m one of our cmumm pasture weeds a remedy that cure every kind of Humor from the worst Scrofula DONALD if ROXIOftY aA Ulobo-Demo-cn- tt - - asked Farmer Conitosacls neighbor Purty well in somo ways 1 dont know now hes doin iu his studies But from his Ast photograph I Jodgo hos discovered a ftalr tonic thatll mako his fortune Waslw ingtou Star Tkacuku of drawing class Now John do you imttir you could draw Unit Iioubo over tho wnvl Pnllrn fjiittntiin Hrn No miss but pa sayB if they don t soon up tho stuff holl pull 1L Ilaj monds Eut nj- iy turist into words nntre s Mwny I nromlsed my wife Idnov- er swear iu her presence Inter Ocean Slpne of Sprlnc Jf that tired feeling tho forerunner of Spring has told you that your system needs stronethcnlnir do not tnko medicine but go at onco to Hot tiurinirs Va The watera my tiioiiKiilA ootl Wiiiiirs read my 8naog9 Wmt did you think whon you nrst rtiooml wairira I cant put ww down to a common Pimple He has tried it in over eleven hundred cases and never failed except In twtcaset He has noV in hie both thunder humor possession over two hundred certificate of its value all within twenty mlks e4 Send postal card for book A Pkusistknt One Brlscoo Jaysmlth Boston Is a regular vocalist Non- Â¬ A benefit is always experienced frm th Bunting sense Brircoo Its so IIos always sing Â¬ first bottle and a perfect cure is warranted ing his own praises when the right quantity la taken When the lungs are affected It cause ro- ArrniRANCBs are very deceptive murked the tenor Yes replied tho prima shooting pains lllte necaies passing through them the same Wltn ine i iver donna especially farewell appearance Washington tf tar Bowels This Is caused by the ducts b- Ing stopped and always disappears in a neat of All week after taking It fcead the iaW To cleanso tho system In a gentle and truly If the stomach Is foul or bilious It will beneficial maimer whon tho Springtime comes uso the truo and perfect remedy cause squeamish feelings at first Eat No change of diet ever necessary Syrup of Pips Ono bottle will answer for ail tho family and costs only CO cents the the best you can get and enough of It largo size 1 Try it and bo pleased Manu Â¬ Dose one tablespoonful In water at bed-Â¬ factured by tho California Pig Byrup Co time Sold by ail Druggists only A uiv ilrtrt nnt nrnvjnrilv tfllto hitrh round when ho uses a llttlo bluff Lowell French Nolls One ounce of butter half a pint of milk two spoonfuls of yeast one egg a little salt one and a half pounds of Hour Warm the butter in the milk add a little salt the well beaten and the yeast Mix In crk tho flour and let it rise an hour and a half Knead St well make it into rolls and bake them in a quick oven Hoston HndgeL sho hates to stay in lame in both feet Naturally when a girl Elmira Gazette goes to work oal Elys Cream Balm 1 louricr Tut man who rides a hobby 1b gcneraHjf Hams Horn How is It Unit you find no troublo in gct ting Allco to reiul tho very best bookst Mother MI have forbidden her to look luW thorn oven Inter Occtiu Ln Fish a la Paris Cut any seasonable into small pieces dredge with salt pepper and flour fry brown in butter turn into a pot Add a finely chopped onion Pour over a pint of boiling water to which add one half teacup of vinegar two tablespoon fills of olive oil and a teaspoonful each of ground cloves iimeEr and allspice Cover close Â¬ ly and let simmer slowly for one hour Take up in a heated dish garnish with sweet fennel and serve very hot Har- Â¬ pers lluznr Tapioca Pudding Soak over night one teacupful tapioca in a little more than enough cold water to cover it In the morning cook it in a double boiler until clear Add a cupful or more of sugar a lump of butter as large as a walnut and turn it while still hot over good tut apples which are slightly sweetened and arranged in a pudding dish Hake until the apples are tender Serve with whipped cream sweetened o taste Peaches or apricots can be substituted Orange ludd Farmer Cods Sounds or Roes Six fine salted sounds will make a good dish Souk them in eold milk and water for several hours and boil them until ten Â¬ der in fresh milk and water tljen drain and dish them on a napkin as any other fish Serve egg sauce with Another way After boiling them the sounds as above cut them into neat pieces not too small and having made the egg sauce put the pieces of sounds in the stew pan containing it Hold tho stew pan over the fire shaking it about until the fish is quite hot then dish it without a napkin piling the sounds in pyramid fqvm and pour ing the remainder of the sauce over Sarnish with boiled parsnips round the dish cut into neat pieces alike in size and shape A fresh cod roe is very good plainly boiled and eaten with but ter and cayenne Tho remains of cod roe may be cut in slices and fried with egg and bread erumhs or laid in slices j in a pie dish covered with whitu two hard ooled eggs cut in i nice i nall pieces on the top and mashed potatoes over all m4 put in tho oven j and thoroughly warmed and browned penner and salt of course should be added Homo Journal fish Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ j You can tell what kind of a man a dot will make If ynu know what man is nowliU hero Hams Horn in a great church woman Dear mo yon there cant a now bonnoteomo into the church with out her soo lsntuho liig it Mas Lookout Fon Throat Diseases CoiirIib Colds etc effectual relief is found in tho uso of act like mugic llio hotels are strictly llrst t Uivwhi Uionctlal Troche Price 25 cts class um scenery suDiuue ami tlio 5iiUiuo bntb houso Is unstirpasetl Iu tho world Mkk expect tho Golden Ago without tlio every known description of baths being ad Â¬ Uolden Rule ministered Take tho P P V Limited over tho C O lly at Cincinnati at night and reach Hot Bpriugs tho next morning Por pamphlet address C B Kvati A G P A C St O Uy Cincinnati Ohio You say sho has a limited divorce Then of course sho didnt obtain it in South Dakota What makesyou so sural BuffaTheres no limit to divorces there lo Clcaneea tho Nasal Passage Allays Palo and Inflammation Restores tho Sense of Tasto and Smell Iloals tho Sores KLY BUOSM Wurron 6U NY 4m ApplrItttlmlntoecbnotrll ST JACOBS OIL CURES MAGICALLY Inter Ocean Â¬ I Van Waiuilku Ah Rtabbc9 havo yo Htablwn heard my last sonjrf Heaven Brooklyn Life knows I li po so Courier Chronnc Cases of Many Years Cured Easily c xcocccoceooooeeoeei SPRAINS Are occasioned by ioi an impure and im- Â¬ poverished condi- Â¬ tion of the Blood Atmtor T ron Cutttr oocoeofiooooeoeooooob chance- lottery Mil Hour horrid - Miss Do yon rognrd Certainlv not I think a lottery Detroit tribune Lantolmneef marriage as a Miss Last 1 Tin MriicuiiY Ighl I fool rocky this morning The Frosty Atmonphcre Ha ha I thought Id got you to tnko a drop too much last night- - Buffalo Courier 1 M anifold Slight impurities if not corrccteii TO CURE ULSHM Salksman - This is an exclusive pattorm and theres only enough of it to mako ono O Units too bad I drona Customer Detroit Tribune wanted it to trim a hat Sun Whcro did Miss Fosdiok got her lovely golden hair- - from her father or hor She must havo got it mother I Maudo from hor father I uouVo his is all goc Brookl n Life -- Disorders Scrofula Eczema Rheumatism iiiu develop into serious maladies anJ other troublesome diseases is re quired a safe and reliable remedy purely vegetable Such is S S S It removes all impurities from the blood and thor- Â¬ oughly cleanses the system Thousands of cases of the worst forms of blood diseases have been lonrtPtUr lulnfiSVr cf tlili pr rrtiMtanl N I iuutoVi lit COIO ClieuUr Bw tnl fiwltif KImI Tim ara Bm condlllcoi In S40 Lt r- MINCB every word I Idiot of a birdl ojaeulated pera Bazar I HAvr a parrot at homo that repeats utter said Jarloy What an Jy ulcus Uuv for our Trr itNe to any address heat iu miikt srixmr o tSfrinil frco Cured by SoSS roa cita pr fcrtttii to If WaM y alS PID KILMERS Kto -- KKSOOOQCOCCOC 0 cocd3yS 0OCKKWOC0OO0Oei to any gultr mWrlWr of Ihlt T OUirr Not 2 ami i In Ihit trlM ttaTiul offiri will miW lierealur Tb Jterwotor Co villi tlUtrlbul aria HOT INSULTED THE KETTLE BECAUSE THE COOK HAD NOT USED ftfc2sL iJ tSOn V Wv VX vlr X iii Srt nW LStW2 li W 1 tvuL c r C DNE Bobcat livers T fiAPQIJQ SHOULD GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS BE USED SAPOLIO in ordiufliler ot iiiimWri Hi IN ClRtl t print U3fSj jsfl Aniulor Co ttiuclin trun fe SjUWflMPjk rntzrafor lh tifnt avtun VTTltlin by lb wlfr MM ur at vint lalll rriit Hi quttlluB wnTHiioiuuiurAM Ainvoion IVrrondlliontrt coin llHcinJ inoiitiln4 500 MBt itiiil for lr7 V rll VuuvImo c HleuUr to il Kntu fvery KITCHEN- - iirtfmrdln Cnf- - 4fPWMi WslOiF lh Atr wcot junip n All IU1 or ric toil lfr tllOCikuiuJlttw JWP1 CompttUoa TjraiVT - buddR - BISFKir- JMr - rt J jAFI TMJ I fsircs the Uml after clTocts of tills trying cpl dcuiic und restores lost Igor anil vitality m Ejfccslvo quantity anil high colored urine rczctuu t crofuln malaria plmplct Uotchcs ust It ut lou all run down Iom of uiubitlon nl a dlsiiKlIuutlon to all korts of labor nV I believe myself that a largu class of it riiariinti-o-Uicontent of Ono Pottle It uut Ueucfltcd American women are shockingly ener by the irresponsibility of apart Li ivll Ul rrfunil to j cu tlio jirico jKl vated At DrugufMts 50c Ulsc 100 Size meat and hotel life and over Indulgent InvrJMsOuldo to Health fn- - ComultaUon free husbands It Is a great pity some Da ICiLMKiii Co Jl voimmtov V v stronir lunirod silver tongued orator docs not rise up and preach to them of the dlnrnltv beauty and importance of housekeeping after the old fashioned LAHD SEEKERS EXCURSIONS hund mudo method It Is the noblest TO TRK and most womanly occupation on earth The domestic machine is infinitely more complicated than any FROM AND VIA electrical apparatus more powerful LOUlSVILLi AM ClSCINSATk VIA THK that a Corliss engine and Unless properly handled is us deadly as a elr W nliir saw To run one smoothly ami VALLKY UOUTK MIKHINBUMM safely Is n prouder mission than writ- - On February 8th March Oth April 9th 1894 ing a book converting heathen or ud nr ForMrtliar InformaUon address your naxei vanclng tho cause of political oquullt ticket nirnni or Why the profession lias miien into T B LYNCH Qinl PssBNain Aqbn coutempt when It culls into play so riouisvixiijia sc-sr- 1 many high and handsome talents I suppose Hrldgut fall to understand holds the koyof tho situation nnd no one baa courage to break tho lock IT American Woman the De Long Olilckrti Jwlly 8nilwlolie by Hook To tho large and highly respectable Richardson family of Btiudwlches may be added DeLongBros chicken jelly sandwiches Tholr merit Philadelphia is that they keep moist all day In a hot See that room and are jvoll flavored for even the delicate palates that tiro of utmost everything Holl a chicken until the Tlt Muk Kit JHilll H meat falls from the bones 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Judgo Fotcra has been ThuKsday May 10 1804 quite limited hut we do know him to be a Christian gentleman and an eminent jurist Anido from thoRo things ho was tho friend of our grander Row Spencer Cooper n Methodist minister for whom we nro named and who wan quite prom mmjmmfmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmHmmt inent iu the early days of Kentucky IT HERE Wo have sat and listened to Judge Petera talk of our honored and houoot relation The Democrats In cuiiKrcM aru moving in mien admiring tones that we teei very to aholifih the bounty on RtigRr Owing to the ntriku aindng miners there near to tho old judge and wo should liko to seo him honored in tho way pro Is a coal famine irovillnjf ut Lincoln III Ex lVealiJent llnrrlson denies the report posed or any other suitable manner pmpcr thing U -- apii3ppyjw PACES nf Ad The theifltitin in which ho vopHt Ih to ho comineiulpd for Its laud- able enterprine and tho lawcmof that city and of all Extern Kentucky for tnai matter wouiu oo uomjj only too m nuv a token thrtt phtco t i Ih 1 nu lipid IB YOULL FIM Â¬ that he de noy is again a candidate for the presi Â¬ 4- 5Y flV - S F Rfr f r-K 3 Jt fii V KV r i- - 4 s Illrailatreet estimates that 250000 men are now idle on account of the luhor strikes throughout the country Representative Ellis of this state has scoured an appropriation of 105000 for Green and llarreu rivers Representative Payntcr of the Ninth Ky district will make a tight in congress for an appropriation for tho lllg damh river Otto Campbell a quiet colored cltixeii whs called to his door in Christian county Sun day and assassinated by unknown persons Roll a Saunders a notorious Jail breaker wanted at Hartford Ky was captured in Hancock county and returned to Uurtford Tun election of officers for tho Hnzcl The Ohio river is skirted by twenty two Green fair association was held on Satur miles of coal barges representing 3000000 day tho Gth inat H F Pieratt was bushels and Cincinnati is sale from a coal elected president Ed F Cecil first vice famine vice John Waddle fatally shot John Hums president Jonas Vansant second president R A Kash secretary W Sunday in Iluttor county Ky over an old grudge They met at Ebouczor church and T Cattkcy treasurer Directors Jos P Rose H H Swango C C Hanks G B that perhaps ruised their Ebeuezer The Courier Journals Washington dis Swango J H Vest W T Swango and patches of Monday announce that Congress L C Caskey Tho fair will begin on men Lisle Is better and will be abla to leave Sept 4th and continue four days for Winchester the latter part of the week Marshal Fee while attempting to suppress Democratic Committee Mooting a riot among striking miners at Mountain At ii meeting of tho Democratic com Iron Minn was threatened with lynching mittco of Wolfo county held at the court and hurried from the scene to save his house in tho town of Campton Mny 7 - bacon 1894 on motion of C C Hanks Jonas The Louisville Times Is responsible for the F Vansnnt was elected secretary story that Gov Drown remitted a ilnengniust Tho following resolutions wero read a Louisville man on the condition that the and unanimously adopted petitioner should never more wear shoes Resolved That for tho purpose of ns Kellys commonwcalers on Saturday built ccrtniuiuing tho strength of tho various twenty fivo ilatbonts at Des Moines Iowa Democratic candidates for congress in and On Wednesday they started to tloat Wolfo county a primary election is or- Â¬ down tho Dcs Moines river en route to join dered to ho held iu each voting precinct Coxey at Washington James Rico arrested two days before tor in said county on Saturday June t23 stealing meal on the lllg Snudy river was 1894 between tho hours of 7 oclock n tried in tho circuit court at Ashland Ky m and 4 oclock p m at which time on Saturday and sentenced to tho peniten and places all Democrats who will bo tiary for three years legal voters at the November election iu It Is now announced from Washington 1894 nro entitled to vote and the can Â¬ that the tarltl bill will puss the senate not didate receiving the highest number of later than Juno 15 and congress adjourn by all tho votes cast in said county shall be the Fourth of July A long suffering peo entitled to receivo tho full vote of said pie hope it will be bo Rob Kneeps who was arrested in Rcrlln county in tho district convention to bo Saturday for working iu a ringer on the held at Campton July 10 1S94 11 F Pieratt county chairman is em German trotting horsemen hml a bad record in this country having beeu rufed otlseverul powered and directed to appoint tho del tracks for crooked work egates to said convention and he is reThe William M Whlteley reaper and quired to select said delegates from tho mower works at Muneio Ind wero destroyed ranks of tho political friends of tho can by Ore lust Sunday evening throwing didato who should be declared the choice between 900 and 600 men out of employment of tho Democrats nt said primary and and causing a los of 245000 A party of kidnapers have been working said delegates arc to voto a unit on all St Joseph Mo for some time The dis questions arising iu said convention ns a appearance of some six or seven children majority present mny direct in as many days has alarmed the authoriEach candidate for con grew before ties and an iuvcjstigatlou is now going on said primary is required to pay to II F The news comes from Scottgdulc Pa tho Pieratt county chairman on or boforo north end of the Conncllsyille coke tcgion tho 10th day of Juno 1894 tho sum of that an epidemio of fear Is prevailing there 35 and in tho event only one of said Iu a battle on Saturday Deputy Sheriff White and Chief Clerk Ewlng were terribly candidates should pay said amount tho one so paying said amount will bo reÂ¬ beten by Poles 35 to said - quired to pay an additional At a school election held in Lawrenceburg Ky on Saturday an assessment of chairman by tho ICtli day of June and thirty tents on the 100 was voted for school no other namo is to bo placed on tho parpWHw the vote being 104 for the lax and ballot books H F Pieratt 40 against it A poll tax of 1 for tho same Chairman Attest purpose was aho voted Jonas F Vanbant Secretary A Mas named Price was murdered near Wo received a lotter from Knott coun- Â¬ Perry Oklahoma Sunday He was living aleae and had been dead but a short time ty last week in which tho recent conduct whaa faand JIhv MoDrldo a near neigh of a certain prominent official was sovero borasd Boo Markham an auctioneer of ly criticized ami alleged intemperato Perry were arrested on suspicion conduct fully described Wo thought Chief ef Police Uewman of Rarbourville best not to publish it although tho state Â¬ JCyvi wa en Saturday sentenced to the pent UMiUary for life for the Murder of William ments mado therein were fully subatan Mfsfltr e that plaee Iu January last tinted by the gentlemen from Hindmau Hm Judge Jeaee was alw implicated in who were hero last week However wo will My this that if such conduct is tit ariMe hut he has not yet bocu tried Otiq of the ministers at Lexington Sunday again repeated by such official or any the Kay M Cf MerrUon the M hey preaeher one else and the facts are reported to tho vummI la hk sermon which was Democrat from a trustworthy source aepUl k s hitter arralgnmeat of Col W they will be published and of this tho Three ether Ministers C P BreifclMridffa MNMMhed sermons whlek were parties interested will take noticeCat dyed-in-thowoÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ tun-colore- d Tho many friends of Frank Ilolin will bo pleased to learn that lie has consented to hecomo a candidate for tiic office of justico of tho peace for this mugisterinl district Mr Ilolin was left an orphan when hut 14 years old and has ever since followed tho honorablo occupation of tilling tho soil Ho is well known to the Democratic voters of tho district litis Demalways been a ocrat and though ho has had only a common school education is woll quail fled to fill tho position to which ho aspires Â¬ In Rn nrticlo oi the ImpbrUnco of jntroduotnff Into the rqIiooIh tho Htiuly 0f R Unlvoral lungtrnffo iWoltsprache which recently appeared In tho 1reus Rlwhe Jahrhucchor Dr Schrocr advo- catc inaklntf tho study of English ob- Hjfatory not necessarily to tho oxclu tho qloHHcttl tonics but at jCB8t in conjunction with them This ho aaya Is not n qucatlon of tnato or rivalry botweon tho moderns and tho ancients it Is simply a his- Â¬ Tho learned pro Â¬ torical necessity fessor properly condemns nil attempts howavcr sclontlflc to construct an artificial world speech Ulco Volaptlk In his opinion a language which pos Â¬ sesses nolthor litoraturo historical development nor linguistic relations can novcr servo ns n medium of general communication for tho reason that no one will talto tho trouble to acquire it moroly as a tool of trade until It bo cotnos universal therefore It can never bocomo universal Such attempts how ever arc not only aimless because they can never obtain tho general con sent of mankind but they are needless for there already oxists a universal languago i o a language which by Its spread over tho wholo earth and by the ense with which it may bo learned hns gained such a long step In advance that neither natural nor urtl fluinl means can deprive It of its as Â¬ sured position ns the future medium of And this international intercourse lunguago is the English Prof Schrocr is careful to warn his renders not to get their aim too high for to learn to speak and write fluently and correctly n language which holds no high a place in tho scale of culture and refinement as tho English is dltll cult but for the average man this is not necessary for ovon the average Englishman has but a limited com- Â¬ mand of his mother tonguo and tho daily Intercourse of llfo requires but a nmall and easily acquired vocabulary This is true of every language but tho absence of puzzling genders and inflec Â¬ tions and synthical forms renders the English easy in comparison with others Tho English laniruairo con cludes Prof Schrocr is the world speech and will to all appearance be- Â¬ come more and mora so every year During the present century tho peaking population of tho world has increased rlvo fold from possibly twenty flvo million at Its beginning to at least one hundred and tweuty flvo million No other langungo has over been so rapidly developed no fact in civil history is moro significant than this In ovory quarter of the world English is the conquering tonguo The wido spread of the Rrlt Ish colonial systom tho marvelous growth of tho United Stntes and the faollity with which it absorbs every foreign element bear witness to this great fact and our cousins in Germany nro of too practical a turn of mind to bo jealous or forgotful of It English-s- V Art n 1 - When in Lexington call on L GK 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¬ W H WALTER AWOOD 1894 B flb Always at the front in design style and quality of our MOWERS HAY RAKES WtlMU rcr J BPT REAPERS and BINDERS with latest improvements we call attention of farmers to their great strength durability and light draft Our sales show that they are unexcelled Send for Catalogue GO A FORTUNE EASILY ft MADE TUBULAR STEEL MOWER Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Od per rupee reveals only a portion of tho possibilities thus opened up says Lnbouchcro in London Truth I have since heard It narrated of one recent viceroy that ho first remitted homo his snlary at the above rato mnk ing out of his 35000 JM083 Ho then had tho total of 270Sy remitted back again making on this transaction 17 per 100 or 4500 Tho totul profit on tho two transactions was thus 0073 per annum and on his sum I am told his lordship being a nobleman of eco- Â¬ nomical habits pretty well lived Ho was thus enabled to save an enormous sum cstimuted from 50000 to 75000 during his tenure of oillce and it is as Â¬ serted that at tho oud of his time ho remitted tho wholo of this to England at tho privileged rate making some- Â¬ thing between 4000 and 0000 moro on that transaction Viceroy of Imlla Mule Quarter of million Dollar on BxohHtigo Tho story which I gavo last wook of the viceroy who remitted homo tho wholo of his salary at tho privileged IIow rate of is wM0l HAY RAKE WALTER A WOOD MOWING AND REAPING MACHINE jT a- - mj ENCLOSED GEAR REAPER HARVESTER AND BINDER A Happy OccmmIoii Ilyand Lowo Did you go to Mrs Chlnwngs reception llownode Pout Yes It woa a fni more enjoyable affair than was ex pected Ilyand Lowo IIow was that Ilowno do llout Spowtor who vraf expected vo roolto fulled to appear Puck A Little Flutter Sho I thought I married tho best man in town but I find I mado a mis- For the benefit of the ladies fo Hnxel Green and vicinity I have opened a GENERAL FURNISHING GOODS STOItEat my resld nco In Haiel Green and will carry a co plete line of the following articles which will bo sold tit the LOWEST PUICFS vix I Otll iniHps lints Ladles Gloves Underwear Handkerchiefs Hat Trimming Ribbons Ladies Toilets Curlig Irons Wludo Rones Woolen Dress Goods Rronzlng Paints Whnle Rono Casings Ginghams Lawns c Silk Laces black and white Laces Embroideries Muslins White Goods Lad ea Hllnnnra Dress Shields Corsets Veilings Infants Caps Complete line of Hosier Dress Trimmings umureuns Towels Elastics etc etc Bay Your Hits o Me aad Get Them Trimmnrt Praa nf nha v 1 Mv atnnk will mnlimon xvnrv nrttnln nf Tmltno ip vn -- mine l 1i si tnyte take o her notions too numerous to mention inn will alsojust irom the do DRESS ilJVeU f JJy He I thought I married tho best lit- Â¬ MAKING and will out and make dresses to suit the hard thno prices Rest svstom nf Y ll tle girl In town and I find that I was cutting by the RuddiiiRton Cutting Machine which first Worlds Fair 1893 irMlss LAURA RAWLINGS of CovInSon Ky not mistaken ladieTof this vicinity will be my assistant Tour t bly known She Forglvo mo Charllo you know solicited to the and satisfaction guaranteed Very respectfully that I dont always moan what I any Ho sotto voce Neither do I Jur3 FRED DAY Â¬ ef See W W REED Mt Sterling Ky for prices A CITY STORE AT YOUR DOOR Mn WindiLJ iS juy Up te r- - So oft fae h0Wfr raRkkmeat ef MatrieldM Mt K th km Tuesday evening court having ad Some trlbw of North American In Â¬ lufKMi Ohistcyer W4 Bfarfe ihat he weald WWthe jounwd Tuesday morning The docket dians punished matricides by hanging Blue On mtm wlM pWUled anytalag reAeUag ytm tgMe thronga with Wolfe has but them by their hands to the limb of a efc the master tree at a helgat just suftUleat to perÂ¬ pc hit eluuMter ItHls ortaHwd preeseHtleM two hangings mit the wolvee to reach them from Oil Wrkdy4id W the havkg stopped crime in that eouaty ground They were then left to be iiemf 9 imp lw paw V t JfjeJsioti Httttfejr hhi aure wi letteWg Democrat hiW interpreted m taking ferglveaeM la a joklaic way C4 JJtdffM ftheLax- - Judge Ktdwlne came up from Camp ft Pbmpano No I am not a prohibi Â¬ tionist but I hardly ever drink My wife will toll you that I bought that i pint of old ryo last Christmas and you seo It is not one fifth gone Experienced FriendYes I sec Where do you koop tho other bottle LIpplnaotts Magazine MOFFMiiS InTixRie o FIRE Affln Safest Best and fggfP Eastern Kentucky MOST RELIABLE Aconov m W Bates Reasonable LIFE Aeuey ACCIDENT i Mr HaHV4 W ISSIg 99ul A H0IFM4K Ml Slwlina ui3 SJJSff sJiaPziL BWPESflW ikiul1- - A K A - r lf y- - t - -HKf Wrr CJ i Pi 1 w aunMMki fT PgZgiMEl vWrSTHBJp aB ksh r ri 5irsrv m ifi i v y- I KcoHomy Mean Wraith I dropped Into Fred Heintrs yesterday iu OER COOPER Editor and he showed mo through his work shops Among other things of interest j ho explained to mo tho jewelers method of saving what one would naturally think Attached to tho bench n complcto loss where gold and silver tiling is dono is a shallow pan with n hole in tho center which is stopped with n tin cup The filings and dust fall into tho pan aro swept into the cup and thereby Baved HAZEL GREEN KY Tho floor is carefully swept ovory pioco Thursday May 10 1894 of machinery is dusted and overy particlo of dust and piece of litter is put into a ANNOUNCEMENTS barrel and ab carefully preserved as tho When tho work diamonds themselves For Congress Wc nro Authorized to announce JOSEPH mou wash their hands tho water is poured M KENDALL or Floyd county Kentucky into a barrol and saved At tho end of iim n candidate for Congress from thu Tenth Congressional District subject to the notion the year tho trash and dust and dirty of tho Democrntio pnrty water are Bont to a firm of smelters in an eastern city where the precious metals Wo are authorised tounnouncc MARCUS Sometimes C LISLE of Clark county as a candldato aro separated from them for Congress from the Tenth Congressional thero is an aggregation of gold silver District subject to tiic action of tho Demoiron brass etc in one lump but by cratic party Bomo chemical process theso are separated For Sheriff into their proper elements Mr Hcintz Wo are authorised to announce SAM 200 yearly out of these H12N11Y WILSON as a candidate for shcrill saves over One firm iu tho east ho told subleot only to the will of sweepings ofW61fe countv thct peojiic at the polls in November 1694 mo got 80000 ounces of silver last year out of tho trash that was shipped to V Fdr Justioe of the Peaco Lexington Transcript Wc are authorized to Announce JAMES them Mr lleinU has an ad iu this paper 31 SEHASTIAN of Davsboro as a candi date for Justice of the Peace for the Hoel and you too enn economize if you will iPJJ Green and Lee City Magisterial district Mibject to the action of the Democratic par- buy one of those lino fountain pens SS ty Primary election May 20 1804 Mrs Lou Day requests us to say to We ore authorized to announce It M CE the ladies of Hazel Green and tho sur- Â¬ CIL of Stillwater as a candidate for Justice of tho Peace for the Holly and Stillwater rounding country that sho has just open iUJ III district subject to the action of the Demo ed a full and complete line of millinery 5 cratic party Primary election May 20 dry goods notions ladies dress goods m We are authorized to announce J H etc which she will sell at tho lowest W Â¬ Â¬ m I want all your Good Buttir and will pay 12 l2o a pound or it - THE GRAND TWO Egi 1 1 1 - 1 3 ot it jj avVMVVivveiuv get tho J And when you want to MONEYBEST you W GOODS for the LEAST will find that I can accommodate you in every particular I have a large stock to select from and whether you buy or not I will be pleased to see you every time you come to town Wishing your continued good will and patronage I remain AV Hazel Green Ky Jan EAGLE DRENNOK This premium saddle stallion will wnlNr the season of 1804 at the stable of W T Swhuro in Haxel Green Ky at M to Dl SURE A LIVING COLT money du wHtt oolt is foaled or mare is parteu with wJlS lien on oolt until paid KAOLE DRENNOK is ntght years W this spring nearly 16 hands high oeaHtttl mauo ami tall plenty ot style and stawimt Sirod by the famous Rltte Jeans 3 lst4 by tho great pacer John Nosloy sire of the damofMngglo F 222 2d dam by Ailamf Express a noted saddle horse Su dam Wy Slashum 4th dam by Copperhpltom Kaflt Dronnon is a half brother to Roscoe sold Hm 1800 and eight more that sold for 1000 er more llluo Jeans horses have for sever years sold higher than any saddle horses In Kentucky Eagle Dronnon can show what ho is for himself His colts saddle from any class of mares Any maro that caa eat rack or trot him bred free Ho took twei blue ribbons at tho Hard Green fair letv year V Yours to please JOHN M ROSE 26 1894 m c- Times nro hard and I havent pressed you but Id like to lmvo a little money now mmmmmssmmxR SP9I - WHo Is Your Friend I m V Â¬ ll Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ When this question rocs around the IluiineM Circle Iho nnnwcr comes hnck l The one who cun give tho best values lor the least inoties Having hecu in the market at a neaon when the Jobbers were clenniut up I have been able to nurohaso sonic rare bargains which shall he tho gain of my sustoincrs Give mo your ears while I quote you prices 7f anil up Mens iienvy uvcrcoais 200 ami up ft Ladies Clonks t jiiIIih Kino Simon Ill IjuHuh iiri Shoos 00 Mens Fine Shoes 100 Mens Heavy Kip Hoots J00 A good allco at only o cents per yurii Ill NO TIMti but MOIM3 noons FOll TXT M 1II1J 1IV4 14 A Blue Grass Beauty trimmed and untrimmed hats for and summer which will be added to Dick TntoM Defalcation The surviving Mirelies on tho oflicial from time to time so that the very latest bond of ex Treasurer Dick Tate held a htyles can bo found here She also has consultation yesterday afternoon and de Â¬ a fine line of toilet articles cided to accept the judgment against In Tho Day of Our Jrnnlinotlui them for 24000 rendered by Judge Can Sulphur and molasses reigned supreme in trill and will pay it off at once in pref- Â¬ the spring time Nowadays we take erence to carrying the cntc to the court Humphreys Specific No 10 for dyspep This judgment while small sia and all stomach troubles keeping the of appeals is the first one in all of the states litiga- bloodpure so that no spring dosing is tion with the bondsmen in which it has necessary For sale by druggists secured a victory and encourages the YVIIOIKSAlK DKAMinS You can relieve that headache you attorneys for the commonwealth to believe that on the same line of policy have by buying a box of Megrimiue at office It will only cost as followed in this case they will ulti- Tin Hkkaid mately win the 02000 ease now pend- SO cents and is sold on a positive guaranty ing in the court of appeals which if NOTIONS t ecured together with the 24000 to be Third Ilaoe and Union Sts paid tinder yesterdays judgment and the Â¬ VEST of Gillmore Creek as a candidate price for cash or produce butter lard for re election to the oHicc of Justice of tho Peace for the Hazel Green and Lee City dis- chickens eggs or anything she can use trict subject to the action of the Democrat for tho table She has a nico line of ic primary election May 20 spring Â¬ Very rcspectrully lllllll VUII IIV llllll viovmiivivi fj PORTNSftW tMW A JH I JjK c CAMPTON KY JiH rl Â¬ ssSs JMHH crS taetcas IIMIPI Dealer in General Merchandise on a Gash Basis Largest Stock LOUIS STIX CO IN J TAYLOR WHEN DAY This lino young stallion will also make tho season of 1804 at the same plaUe at 6ttt INSURE money due when colt is foaled er maro is parted with with lieu on oolt until si season money is paid Here is tho equal of any colt in Kentucky 3 15 hands high 4 years old tho 7th of May bright bay with good mono and tho grand est tan you ever saw uocs at an me gaiis Sired oy Englo Drenuon ho by RlueJeaas 4J first dam Hint by Lexington one of the best marcs in Montgomery county IHrd is the dam of two blue ribbon colts and has rack ed a mile in threo minutes Second dam the it celebrated Hiram Wilkorsnu saddle mare Reauty Is a perfect model in eVcry respeet JGOME AND SEE THEM tE jiCfA premium of 8 will be given for the best colt ot either horse shown at the IImmI Green fair in 1895 KAY MQIt March 15 1804 m Lowest Prices The Young Spanish Jck WANT A WATCH Â¬ YOU Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Dry Goods Etc CINCINNATI O Wo carrv the goods that will suit your trade and our prices are THE LOWKST Special attention given to mail orders Or anything in tho Jowolry lino lot mo know it I will fur- Â¬ nish you goods worfli the money and YOU Will hllVO GUAKANTKK k v- nt homo whoro you enn upo KPtHrB11ssi19BBBBVI 92000 realized from Tates assets would leave only about 70000 of the defalcation unpaid Frankfort cor Courier Â¬ Journal Mrs Maggie Cassity well known as a tasty trimmer in millinery and an artist- Â¬ ic dressmaker is now with Mrs Lou Day of this place and will be pleased to attend to the wants of any who may need work in either line Everything new in millinery is being constantly add ed including the latest styles in hat and bonnet frames and they will be trimmed up in any style desired at the lowest price Give her a call when in need of auythipg of the kind Â¬ About seven or eight months ago X was attacked by a cough and at once began to tako a medicine much adver tised as an expectorant and continued using it until I had taken about six bottles Instead of giving tno relief it only made mo worse I tried several other remedies but nil in rain and I dont think I had thrco whole nights rest during my illness I began to think that M Â¬ CURED Respectfully it Â¬ JUIH5K AMOS DAVIS WKST M1IKUTY KY WITH nAPP TIIE JEWELER Ky EZHL MorKnn County T F Bettman Bros MANUFACTURERS is T Co CLOTHING J H PIERATT and Sale Stable iarDouhlc nod Single Rigs and Saddle Horses for hire Parties convey ed to any point on reason ROSCO This premium Jack will make the season of 1804 at my stable iu llatel Green Ky at i 5i v- - v 5v Livery Feed 6 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT nioiipv due when colt is foaled Of mareV parted with for which a Hen will be retain ed on eon until season money is jihhi Rohio will be 4 ears old in fane He is black perfect iu form and has to he Ho was sired by seen to he appreciated Consumption had laid hold of me and my hopes of recovory were all gone I was a inoro skeleton but a friend of mine who had been some timo away called to eco tno He recommended mo to try Ayers Cherry Pectoral and kindly sending rue a bottle I took it but with llttlo hopes of recovery I am thankful how- Â¬ ever to say that it cured me and I am tc day enjoying tho best of health J Wilinot Payne Monrovia Liberia 00 Meit rl Strcrt CINCINNATI The trade of Bastern Kentucky merchants HAZEL GREEN KY I respectfully solicited C JOHNSON J II SWA NO O Campion Hnzel Green JOHNSON ATTORNEYS-AT-LA- SWANCJO W Went to Ilrrntttltt For n ltrld J W Cummins of Clay City and Miss Eunice Howard of this county pre Â¬ sented themselves at the editors room last Monday night at 0 oclock and re Â¬ ceived the rights of matrimony at his hand9 The groom is a young man of excellent habits good business qualificaThe tions and a successful teacher youug lady is the daughter of Wilson Howard of Quicksand creek where Mr Cummins has been teaching school The young people have our best wishes for their happiness and prosperity and our earnest desire is that they may have long lives in which to prepare for a still hap- Â¬ UIU Â¬ Will practice in the Wolfe county and cir cuit cnurto Collections promptly made and abstracts of title furnished on short Â¬ ablu terms jbtirl will also attend to all culls for anc tlonec ring and solicit business of this kind Jtesnectfnllv Ac JOHN H PIERATT 55 Jr ilmi lllnnlr Hat Uau ntritil liv lit Alri k HnwuRs famous luck that he re fused ilWX for he by old Routboa Wilkes r1 1 Englishs imported Jack that he paid - fllia notice Prepared by Dr Cherry Pectoral HBH D Aytrk Prompt to ct sure to cur JC Co AYERS John M Rose Cnrc will he taken to iiravent aeeidanti I will not ho responsible ehoHld tkej occur Marcs from a distance will tie Kei on reasonable terms hut MAUPIN WITH HAZEL GREEN KY April W T SWANCO 1KU4 Lowell Va WHOLESALE DRY GOODS NOTIONS HOOTS SHOES Ac fe61y CATLKTTSnUKO CARPENTER Is the only firm in the town which han dles the justly celebrated ENEMIjES THRElSyi Dont - VaXl liwi -- In KY WM B LOGAN Druggist ana BoiUr Campton Ky W Boots and Shoes CP Tracy Co KJve pier estateJackson Hustler Mr Cummins was formeily a citizen of this place and taught tho public We school here for a part of one term congratulate him The best way to avoid calp deanes hair falling out and premature baldness is to use the best preventive known for that purpose Hairs Hair Kenewer i I I v WINCHESTER KY Mail orders promptly attended to mid your patronage is desired Call when in the city yWSXK r J T Thqro aro with wlilcli the weak jHJif generally Iiasto contend Work repularly constimee liie trn Ktfc from the wholesale house of but of ton pays for what it takee Worry lights the candle Hi end and never davh at all PORTSMOUTH OHIO DiflKABK ties hla hands and deprive ki -Vhcn you want the REST footwear of power of resistance him a call no41y Who can number the thousanda thitl xjL FLOYD BYKD ATTORNEY-AT-LA- thin miehtv trio For vsara wi fought tnetw conaimera of life wth HAZEL GKEEN KY own weapon tne Mir we ureaine Is the only merchant In Wolfe county who atroniirer for the combat by tlie m sells thu celebrated skill of modern acience Otlr if - O FT I t s t I EV - DAY OVERCOME BY f W y In Irfnenrn of IIIh PartMiln Joel Gay aged twenty ono years the only son of Cnpt Weedon I Gay of Uowen Powell county comiuitttU suicide on tho 2d inst by shooting himself through tho brain with a ride in the yard of his fathers resilience in the presence of his father and mother the former trying to prevent it Young Joel and his father had been up iu Howen and Iptd returned homo a short time lfore the sad occurrence and there is no known cause for the crime This is the feiNiml suicide committed in the same yMIK within the pint month the former vic tim being Newton Gurrett ajpd nineÂ¬ teen HiiklritMl Â¬ Â¬ Connected with iheluw firm of Wood Mt Sterling Ky In civil practice irr AbstractH of title furnished collec tions made and prompt returns guaranteed Jc AHQWAKD STAMlEH ArrORNIY-AT-LA- W to tho hnmlfl of nny but rolinlilo rufprnv ky n ww pooplo whim you aro looking for Will w practico in the courts of Wolfe and tho Ij jxh Wo nro tho Inrgeut adjoining counties All business entrusted CLOTHING prompt attention CO our care will receive BEN WILLIAMSON houpe in Control Kentucky and to mnko n specialty of 700 and HO OATLKTTSnUUO KY Suijfi With ovory suit for Me Solo Hkenrv fur South Rend Plows DKAMU IN wo jjivo a gttarantood lovur move Â¬ I0CKAUT ment diiKt proof WATCH AND Hardware Iron and Stiel ID-J- I CHAIN kkbb White JIu rcatorca atrcngtli quieta titt er and he respectfully Invites farmers to call eXJMl8 UHCUCH Day and examinu it before purchasing Proof that will convlnee all wlw la oliered free to all whourHw CO BEN WILLIAMSON Send ua your HddrmT cATM rrranuiKi ky DIia8TAttKiYlcPA j Solo Hgeut lor Northeastern Ken tuokyj 1629 Arch PhUaA Jphin SOUTH BEND PLOW COMPOUNDOXyG L n unnor lU batter tHMH F J T MILLER Hardware Cutlery LEXINGTON KY c I Km N B K If4ril tl L A L tmi LLw I ATAMHiUn KNVKIOlflM MINIITHH lMTTKCKHMAII teex UMCK Ik j 4 AMytlil GRAVES COX KY CO jSmDJESCTJ7 THEHEWIO tjl MAitltt U J i LEXJNGTON l Oil WNK JOll IUINTINO CALL AT lain OlJrjufw EZKL KY - i lib 4 J eer3 tjfS i JtJ MB WPM IV - iMI M- J iX y V 7 T 4 a llllllMlt JV V faei JL Witeheitter zz 3 Aa t W f Utihwmi jMfetiger twin wm The owners of fifty three d gs have leaving here on fcanday afternoon mid m4 the reiuircd license and their u4 a the trftglne reached tlie bridge Mt canine pets arc safe fur atmtler your the eaat end of tlit town Hm engineer A nem applied to ho clt rk for a li dUoorerrd a child i the track near the cenw on his dog When he was tld ettitrr of tb structure By a prompt that it would cost a dollar he became We Iraki wm Mtopied when the very much excited claiming that his ItttU frltaw wm rewjued from his perilous dog was a very little ono and that as mMtkM and taken aboard when tho train Mr Landsberg only paid one dollar fi r irea Wekeif down opposite to the Clay his big St Bernard his Iittlo fB shou d ty Hotel and tiie baby scarcely old havo the required protection for a great ttHHJgh to talk was delivered into tho deal lens Mr Knhlhara could not make eUHody of Marshal Jno Johnson Tho him see it in any other light and he left t and curiosity r that tho colored man wax b fxriieinent way lessoned of the incident declaringon Winchester Democrat king n no WM when for a con imposed Hazel Green is just now trying to indurable time it wa9 impossible to learn Vhowi baby he was Aftoi a canvass of crease her revenue for street improvethe town the conclusion was reached ment and n dog license would not be a that he belonged somewhere up the rail bad idea If there were a license reroad Key E W Marcum lives nt a quired on all dogs in the county the lifcrf distance of about a half mllo beyond tho result would be fewer dogs and more R bridge and upon going in that direction sheep It Is therefore only a question Rr some of tho mombers of tho family wero of which is tho moro profitable dogs or met in search of iittlo Edgar who had sheep evidently attempted to follow his Iittlo Continual Suo slater who had gono in that direction to Mr Newell Green proprietor Lyon Sunday school From tho appearance of stock farm at Drushton N Y writes as I havo used Qulnns Oint the little fellow who still wore dresses follows lie could not havo been moro than three ment for strained tendons and other years old yet ho had gono a dlatnnco of enlargements for the past three years and r half a mile and walked onto tho bridge it works to perfection I recommend it r over tho high trcstlo which forms tho to all horsemen as I know It is all you iapproach and to tho middle of tho bridge ndvertiso For curbs splints spavins over tho ccntor of tho rlvor which is wiudpufls and all enlargements use abovo high water mark whore perhaps Qulnns Ointment the kind that cures becoming frightened ho had lain down Sent by mail or express prepaid upon and was holding on to ono of tho cross receipt of 1C0 per bottle Address W ties for dear life How ho escaped falling B Eddy Co Whitehall N Y unless through between tho ties is a marvel as you can obtain from your druggist For he had gono moro than ono hundred feet salo by John M Rose t6 reach the point where ho was found Hpnnoer Coopor anil III lapor whoro nt nearly overy step the space Tho HazkIjGkkkk llKRAinpublished between tho timbers would havo permit- Â¬ by Spencer Cooper formerly of this city ted tho passngo of his body to say nothing celebrated its tenth anniversary n week of thoro being no protection at tho sides or two ago and among tho good things of tho trcstlo or bridge Rev Marcum in its columns on that occasion was a waa away from homo at tho time and the lengthly history of Major B G Thomas ffifoolings of tho mothor at learning of tho and the turf kings nnd queens rained by Tho article was illusperil in which her darling had been that gentleman placed and his almost miraculous escape trated with a handsome picturo of Mr can better bo imagined than described Thomas and four of his horses viz Hira Clay City Chronicle Himyar tho dam of Domino and a yearling full brother to tho unbeaten king A IInrritnhiirg- Crank A Harrodsburg Ky special says Aside from the enterprise displayed in Of all tho cranks who aro allies of getting up tho illustrations etc the Coxoy probably Harrodsburg furnishes article wns n hnndsomo tributo to Mnjor the biggest ono of all 0 Toter Springer Thomas from his friend Mr Cooper who thinks the major ono of the finest a Mexican war voteran and f soldier has gathered together a men in the world and deserving of all halfdozon other equally as big cranks praise for his untiring eflorts in producing and will soon start for Washington to only a pure strain of racing stock Mr join tho commonwcnlors They will go Cooper has just added a splendid cylinder by balloon and Springor claims ho can press to his outfit and we shall doubtless Irt direct his courso nil right that he will sec many other enterprising features in take charts compasses maps etc along his interesting Iittlo mountain paper in with him and provisions enough for six tho near future Ho has won success bo days They will land as tho balloon cause ho deserved it and his Lexington heeds refilling and tako a fresh start friends nro glad to know that ho is pros poring so wel Lexington Leader until tho journey is finished Springor has secured an experienced Thank llro Dlvkuy Brother Cooper of tho Hazel Giiekn aeronaut and says ho will contribute flfthKo Coxoy on his arrival nt Wash Hi kali has added a Campbell cylinder Wo congratulate him press to his olfice ington Springer is tho snmo party who con- on his prosperity Ihj T1ctHr SSI8SI Spot Cash In justice to ourselves we have adopted the Cash System And every living crea ture that buys goods from this date will be rcquiied to pay Â¬ AT THE TOP And Still Climbing Novci content to keep com 1 It V V F V J v Prt fiSrfcaSlltHS Â¬ pany witiithe slow pace set by its countrconsins though always in sympathy with em Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE I HERALD Â¬ -- r Â¬ - put its mark at the topmost ki E M W Wm9 1 il W I pinnacle of country journalf We do this because we are ism and week after week has driven to it Those who owe labored to reach the goal of How thoroughwill not pay When you read its ambition this ask yourself the question ly it has accomplished that I C -- L -i1 1 Y is told in the hundreds Co task Do I owe Pieratt for of tributes paid it by the press anything of the country and the warm- Â¬ And if so dont wait to be hearted testimonials received dunned but come and pay or by it from friends in all lands in 10 days you will hear it m 3 yiifS TJCIaLfll The English damsel in Dev- Â¬ rtfiYAijiLfznsnfl 1 1 wm 24 mti 3M ll I w fit W Â¬ 11 the VfY00V ay TU V thunder Thanking you for past vors WW i - fa- Â¬ and hoping to merit a gooo share of your trade we Respectfully are mmtb rflfR w a1 uflTH Â¬ H F PIERATHCO Â¬ aLfmJSDl LP ili THROUGH THE ADVERTlSlfAG tt VMW P 1 hl rv onshire the New England maiden of Maine the sun clad lass of California the semi tropical creole of Louisianaand last but not least our own - I - HERALDS COLUMNS mounuui1 pmfts an muuuu who con the contents ot its pages week after week sing J I the same song of love Nor is this all A French humor- - anox-confed-erat- o AGADEHY OF THE VISITATION FOIt ist traveling in America at- Â¬ tracted by a perusal of its pages draws a pen picture of its multi merits in his own language and thus it reaches every home in the vine clad hills of France So popular Jonathan and was the story His Continent that it was translated into every tongue spoken by man Hence from hemisphere to hemisphere nnd from pole to pole -Mt Y0UNG LADIES- - ct m m 1 Â¬ rs Madeline Pollard during tho progress of tho trial recently closed He and his half dozen companions nro the only ones known hero to join tho commonwenlers Springer says ho will be ono of Coxoy aides and will accom Â¬ ij plish what they want or come homo a i pauper Springer has affiliated with tho K Prohibitionists for a number of years V Friend nt Frankfurt ifohn M Rico whoso prospective ap pointment- to ono of tho now clorical positions in tho auditors oflico was an ft nounced in tho Capital a fow wcoks ago haa just arrived horo from his homo in Louisa Ho was married a fow davsaco in Morgan county and ho and his bride t expect to mako Frankfort their home I Mr Rice who is a son of Jttlce of Lawronco county isnlroady well known hero having served in tho land office for awhile under Col Tom voroett lie will assumo his duties in 10 auditors office at onco and ho and svounjr wife will bo appreciated acoui- aitioiis to the social circles of tho city Frankfort Capital The above refers to Mr Rico and bride neetyliee Gonio Cockroll and wo are glad f not tua tuey uavo fouud n - h Â¬ tributed 100 to w Admirabilos Whlto Sulplmr Ky This institution under the direction of this Sisters of tho Visitation li V M is sit uated in u hiultliy and beautiful local ty of the well known Hlue Grass Region Here the pupils enjoy the coinfots of lioiuu far removed fraui the distractions of u citv nnd can consequently with greater lacluty avail themselves ol the advantages aflbrded of n thorough enucation Terms reasruahle Music Cravon nnd Painting extra House is heated ly steam apparatus For turthor particulars address Sisters of the Visitation B V M Â¬ E BARRINGER WITH inTGRGSTinG GXTRWTS lnim CorruHixiiuluutH Tho person who owns an Electropoise Co Successors ro Carter Uros possesses a treasure of immense vnluej W 0 Florence A vena Ky Importers and Jobbers of Tho Elcctropoiao is a quick euro for insomnia I am much improved in every way G M Phillips llradforduville Ky AND Tho physicians will have to adopt tho LOUISVILLE KY Patronage of the mountain merchants is Electropolso in their practice Dr A most respectfully solicited B Lovo Dedfonl Ky Wo havo had good results in curing various ailments with tho Electropolso RKlKESKNTINO J W Cotton Bardstown Ky Typhoid over left mo In such a conSANFQRD CO VARNER dition that I had despaired of ever get- Â¬ ting bettor tho Electropolso relieved mo wholesale dealers in of all pain first application I am surely cured by this great remedy W T Kichardson Corbin Ky I cured a young calf that I am euro 121 and 123 Second Street would havo died had I not used the PORTSMOUTH 0 Elcctropoiao on it Tho result was quick Tho trade of Eastern Kentucky In most and satisfactory Mrs B H Iryor respectfully solicited Ky Epperson Cann Donas E NOTIONS Go irHi- - m BVM iLill Ir JL Sl Pl- IMV5 - r J OIDS THE HERALD of Hazel Green is a household W W FYVIE Â¬ mpianworc m m A Remarkable ColHeldenoe Samuel Tate called the attention to a faot heretofore unnoticed by the writer tkat the first day of May and the S6th of September invariably come tke same day of the week as does up rCfcrietaxtf He baa found this to be rut from actual observation for the past Iwentytve or thirty years Can any of uay ot ir reader Mieatloa eny otner for this reason lck tti i true or give rny Tho Electropolso has novor failed in DINGFELDER any caso that I havo tried it and I havo wrrn F tested It sovcroly Ed W Shaukland Carlislo Ky Tho Electropolso is worth 100 a day to me M S Cralc Mooting Creek Ky Importers and Jobbors of Tho Electropoiso has cured mo of Brights disoaso after everything else DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS had failed L A Hopson Hopeou Ky My wife bad been a helpless invalid Noe 537 530 and 54- 1for sixteen years when sho began treat -- Wcst Main Street ment with tho Electropolso she now LOUISVILLE KY does her own house work and cooking We never dreamed of anything workiug THILLIPS auch a change H B Woodward Hardy WITH I on and tell of other qualities SvSM 21 i word Thus it is also a ne Â¬ cessity to the wide awake bus- Â¬ iness man and all who desire to tickle trade that they may fill their coffers with cash have their advertisements dis played in its columns from time to time We might go Â¬ tC it possesses but modesty for- Â¬ jmRoDinsonHomnGo bids Suffico to say it is to newspaperdom what Domino is to tho turf world Kino Bee of its class A few moro subscriptions will bo taken at 1 a year and a limited number of advertise- Â¬ ments at reasonable rates Hi JH to i t Dum mint Surllnr tDAiwlnv i ir gewereet raragon - vllleKy is head- - Standard and Pocket Electropolse for sale of rent for particulars apply to mi BuIoU Webb 300 Fourth Avenue Hardware Lottieville Ky WM KERR 10BHRKS CO 0 IK Agricultural Inplimints IRONTON SPENCER COOPER Hazel Green Ky it iaz yf 1 V f i tJ jVI LiA W 1 1 3T5 T tfJL b YXSSL XBEELAXrQ YoUR jtNfc YoV DO m t TaiJW MJ HeraipS AVERT511T3 New Read tho new advertisement Store 49 North Broadway Millinery This house is under Lexington Ky tho management of Mrs Mangle noward well aud favorably known to the ladies of this acctiou as a tasty trimmer Whilo in Lexington recently we visited the new store and judginj from tho preparations then going on wo aro satisfied that it is ono of tho most complcto establishments iu that city Wo woro then told that Mrs Howard would put in a ricw fresh stock of tho latest fashions in millinery and tho rccaipt of her advertisement this wcok convinces us that she is now prepared to exhibit as nico a Fino of goods as can bo found anywhere When you go to Lexington do not fall to call Tho location is in tho Opera houso block WOLFK COUNT1 NKWS Lee City Married on Sunday May 0 Mr Robt Dunn to Miss Elizabeth Marshall Rev J T Pieratt officiating Married on Sunday April 19 Mr Thos Helton to Miss Liszie Elam Rev W S Maddox officiating W H DeBusk Arborry Brooks Wm Wilson and Richard Hoard of Hazel Green paid our town a visit last Sun Â¬ teln II flHflkm -- THttT i MkttL ImiiKlFiFG Extnite AD SAVE YOUR HOUSE CHEAP SIMPLE day A M Nickell and family left hero on Wednesday lastlto visit friends and rela Â¬ Â¬ tives In Prestonburg Floyd county and arrived at their destination tho samo day Mr Nickell returned homo Sun Â¬ day but his family will likely remain several weeks EELIABLE HANDY W f We nro undor many obligations to tho gentlemen named below for their timely assistance in unloading nnd housing our Mrs Lou Dny requests u tdWy that new press Tho roll of honor is II C she has a supply of oranges lemons etc Hord James Lacy Dr John Tuulbec which she is selling cheap f Arbury Brooks Mitfh Campbell How Mrs Hciskcll Sally living near town nrd and Richmond DeBusk John M and who has heretofore been reported as Rose Curtis Pieratt Dick Hord Jerry Elam Bob Tcets and others whose quite ill is still in a critical condition names havo possibly escaped us And As will be seen in another part of this if it ever comes in our way to render paper tho choice of the people for con- Â¬ any of them a similar servico they may gressman is to bo determined by a pri Â¬ draw at sight mary election The entertainment at tho acadomy on Examine the date after your name on Tuesday evening last was a pronounced tho margin of this paper and if behind Mr Swango success in every particular send us 1 at once for which wo will be acquitted themselves and Miss Robertson quito thankful with honor and demonstrated beyond a Misses Rachel Nickell and Lizzie Pic doubt that in elocution and music re- Â¬ ratt of Ezel visited friends hero Tuesday spectively they nro masters All of the and- - took in the entertainment at the pupils who participated did equally well academy that evening considering their practice and altogether Mr The directors of the Hazel Green fair tho affair was an enjoyable one and association are requested to meet Satur- Â¬ Swangos speech was well delivered many bursts of applause received day May 12 1904 H Rev J T Pierntt preached two excel- Â¬ JsyMskkkkkB lent sormons at tho Christian church last Sunday to large and appreciative IWSPENCER COOPER Hazel Green Ky agent for Wolfe Â¬ audiences Bro Pierntt is quito a favor- Morgan Countlei JfsVCnll and boo tho Littlo Woudor ite with tho people of Leo City thoy liko to hear him preach nnd aro glad to seo him come There is another wedding on foot all tho preliminaries havo been arranged the license has been obtained but tho nuptial day nas not yot been fixed Mr William Stamper nnd Miss Alice Burton nro the high contracting parties These people up hero will marry despito tho hard times It may be possible that it is a matter of absolute necessity for the young men thoy havo to live you know And MOIIGAN COUNTY NEWS Insuranco may cover actual loss of goods burnsd but it does not pay for time and trade lost while re establishing PREVENT THE FIRE WITH A STEMPEL business ait KACKJIrJP 11 13 aid 15 W Mtla Street MORE LEXINGTON KY WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Xk Tlin Inrrrnct ntiOfinoat nitd nnlv PohIi fltnrn1 Vin Lexington We want your trade and are Znrcimrcd to show you the greatest selection Xof Roods in tho city Ono large room de- X voted to Shoes a second room Is filled with Dry ioouH Notions etc wiuio in tho tiurii room we carry an immense stock of Gents Furnishing Goods Hats etc To ascertain how many of tho readers of this paper deal with us wo will allow a discount of 5 per ccHt to any customer bringing this advert tiscincnt when they deal with us Tills of-for good for two months only Watch for tifSnno lit aiip twtltr tltnnrrn vvo VM8V 0 t Maytown MIhhIIoh Elder J T Pierntt of your town will preach at Maytown the third Sunday morning nnd afternoon I W Rose has sold his town property to Mr Reynolds and will move to West Liberty soon We aro sorry to lose Mr Rose from our town but must submit to the powers that be J B Cecil of Ezel celebrated his 85th birthday last Saturday Cth inst by inviting his relatives to just such a birthday dinner as his good wife can get up There was nothing lacking ou that table to make each and every one feel that it was good to bo there Your scribe and his bettor half were on hand ond havo been puzzled to know who would have tho next one Mr Cecils mother-in-laeight brothers in law six -- 0 I jue r j MiK4jia hlmb i Tear agMmMiM F PinuATT President Elder J T Pieratt will preach at the John Hose school house on Lacy creek on Sunday morning and at the Frank Johnson school house in the afternoon Â¬ X r Mr 1 7 Elder F M Tinder of Mayslick ar rived here on Tuesday night and on Wednesday night began a protracted Carolraoythe five year old daughter of meeting in tho Christian church at this Mr Powell Brew of Frozen creek place Breathitt county died on Thursday last The Herald office now has more print- Â¬ of intermittent fever The parents have ers stationery than any other similar tho sympathy of the whole community establishment in Eastern Kentucky and in this hour of bereavement sisters-in-laonesisterwith uuclesnunts if you want printing of any kind this is Acmlumy Mote and cousins too numerous to mention the place to get it Rev F M Tinder is at the Home were there nnd wo aro suro all did justDied on Monday a child of Will Ed S J Hill is at home this week with ice to the dinner if not to themselves wards aged one year The child was sore eyes Wingless adopted by its grandfather Wash Ed W B Allen spent Saturday and Sun- Â¬ Who says it does not pay to raise wards on the death of its mother and it day with his parents nt Lykins Willie Swango was last week died at his house of an abscess of the Quite a crowd greeted the participants mules offered 150 in cash for a mule which ho lungs in the entertainment on Tuesday evening subsequently he put in an is the finest pure white Mr Q C Daniels and wifeuif Ezel refusod but So Clean other mule nnd sold tho two lor 205 soap ever introduced here It is better were at the entertainment Tuesday might has the best Spanish jack The Plutocrat captivated tho audi- Â¬ Mr Swango than Cashmere Boquet for the toilet in this country see adv in this paper huperior to Ivory for fine laundry and ence nnd all were glad to hear Mr James and if you want to raise something that ahead of Sapolio for tho kitchen One H Swsngo bring you money remember that it Misses Lizzie Pieratt and Rachel Nick will cake 10c 2 for lflc 4 for 25c Sold at to breed to the best ell of Ezel attended the recital on Tues- Â¬ always pays this office only W W Fyvie accompanied by a Mr day night Quint Daniel of Ezel was the guest Montgomery county was represented Higgius who is also connected with the of his brother in law F McGuire of Co Ports by three young ladies in the exercises house of Sanford Vnrner this place onTucsday night and when on Tuesday evening O was a guest of the Day House mouth asked the news replied that the Ezel M P Williams of Cogsville was a Wednesday evening mill company is now prepared to do guest of G A Williams and E W Mc Leo Caskey is the guest of his brother wool carding in the best manner He Kinney on Tuesday W T Caskey and Dr Taulbeo is treat- Â¬ had a nice lot of bills printed which see J R DeBusk can appreciate tho select- Â¬ ing his eyes for particulars t ion he recited Tuesday for its nothing Buy your writing paper at this office bought that wagon you have to do but work etc Have you 0 months two quires for only 15 cents It is the been talking about for the last The change in the daily session is well not call and see me when you come liked by all From 7 a m till 1 p m best Youlllikcit If to Mt Sterling and I will bcII you the and from 2 p m till 8 p in Shiloh Swango Henry Murphy and Mitchell tho best wagon on wheels in world and no Ferris wheel about it Miss Lou Maxey spent from Friday till the Sunday with their parents near Maytown either Respectfully Ed Mitchell Mt Sterling Quite a number of persons came in neighborhoods quito Tuesday night from tho iXsv y Lllk SBHftftv Miw Rosa Trimble who has Lacy creek Gillmoro and and apparently of Daysboro tBHk ill for several days past Grassy hovering between life and death for the The best of order prevailed at the last last few days was on Wednesday morn public gathering No complaint except ing reported to be better Miss Trimble too much tobacco spiton the floor Away is a great favorite with every one in this with the weed I community and her continued severe The boarders at the Homo will occupy illness is quite a Bhock to them tho seats in front of tho stove on be left That suit you now have on is just a of the aisle at the Christian church each Opera House Block little bit Beedy for Sunday wear and it evening during tho meeting now in pro LEXINGTON KY costs so little to have a new one that gress A Kendall club for tho purpose of invest at once When you you ought to come down to Mt Sterling drop in and promoting tho interests of Hon Jo M how cheap we are selling a real nice Kendall for congress In being organized f It has a good member- alL Why you can get something real at the academy representatives from six A new and eurouilly select- Â¬ ship nnd has nobby for 12 Come nnd wo us counties Mr Kendall will address the ed Stock of the 8haiu Trim Bin Denton in the near future I club The court house at Camptmi or rather Academite office in tho court house aro now tho King Ml Sterling is tho Samuel nrnvideiTwith elegant leeks tables etc ladles to get fino drew goods Tey aro all new and first claw and enmo place for the trimmings and thoy can alwaja find from Marchs furniture store in vexing- and tho very latest in fashion and the Â¬ torn See hi adv in this paper and there When you go down tp and at prices that defy compe you want anything in his line go lowest in price whn city call and neo them or if you tition Cumo and see us down and see him or wtito to him for that hubby and Joseph C Lyklns esq made are not going just now prtcw Â¬ Kespect fully is why juhtget him to buy you that nice the purchases for Wolfe county and de he drew pattern lie promJitd you It to a serves fcrwt credit for the bargains Mrs MAGGIE IOWAID beauty f i secured Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ You will want a mower or reaper and binder and before you make a purchaso in that lino call and see me under Opera House Mt Sterling Ky where you will also find a full line of hardware and agricultural implements Also the best fertilizer for tobacco over used anywhere W W Reed Respectfully Begin u not to buy until you havo Carpets Curtains Rugs Let your first ontry bo n rosolution Boon ua for W Oil Cloths Mattings You will run no chance Things aro whnt thoy eoom Thoro will bo no disappointments in store for you HUGH HICKS MANAGER 87 N Brondwny LEXINGTON KY FV- v jA DEALER IN 9 Â¬ t HARDWARE QUEENSWARE TINWARE And a Full Line of Agricultural Implements Mitcholl Wagons Owensboro Wagons McCormick Binders and Mowers Whitcloys Solid Steel Binders and Mowers Repairs kept in stock for McCormick Whiteleyand Champion Machinery Granger and Tiger Hay Rakes Avery and Malta Double Shovel Plows Â¬ I Km VvyW The Best and Cheapest Cook Stoves and Ranges on the Market Queonsware at Cut Throat Prices MANTELS AND GRATES 14 i H 4 VJ vi ln SHV BVtfl The Farmers Friend Â¬ eMwoww STORE North Maysville Street Mt Sterling Ky As it is Springtime of course everyono will want to clean house and must have A New Carpet or Matting Window Shades or House Furnishing Goods Rockers Ijnnos Organs Bureaus Tables Mattress and everything that you can find in a first class Furniture Houso Wo have the lar Â¬ gest line of Carpets in Eastern Kentucky and our Furnituro Bo sure to call and is the latest and at rock bottom price Such as Bedroom Suits Cheap Bedsteail see us K at MASONIC TEMPLE A ILATEST STYLES SUTTON - fc Mt Sterling Ky mt iTiaaiarj ky iV SMITH h TRIMBLE BROTHKBfv tt r iuofBHH m MwMiiliTMy M r rr iHf 4 tVW- - A ft VT1 TfTTOf r 1 i r ir f Kti i A MA Greon v- - K - I fltofcel kl ft Herald i i A uOR GOVb u u HATIC rwi oiid Â¬ PKKCKl COOIKR PuWHbAr OltfcKH DAY u MOVING Wow MHrh HINTS er the VrurI Dlicomfort Maj it V A rr i V f i ti - K r K A As the treason for moving1 and house cleaning will soon ho upon us it 111113 b worth while to consider ways and means whereby It may ho robbed ol j half its horrors ItJias been said not without justice that moving day and house cleaning timo aro tho most uncomfortable opocha in tho h ou Hid oUl ers life Tho raascullno portion of the family especially fools their depressing influence and it Is due to them as well as to tho orcdlt of the menage to make everything- move as pleasantly as this transition state will allow To begin with if good fortune ordains that you aro to move into a now houso or at any rate ono that Is not being vacated as you come into possession tho first step is to have tho cleaning done and the carpota laid vans before the have started from your furmer home It is wise to send the carpet away to a cleaners and have them re turned to tho now abode just in time to form the background to tho chairs and bedsteadH that are on tho wing When tho carpets aro down things do not appear one half so wildly chaotic and the feelings to a certain degree are saved by this bit of foresight The taking up of carpots necessitates much heavy workand it is well to hiro LAST REMNANT a man for this purpose though many housekeepers insist upon drawing tho tacks themselves If this Is done do not begin at tho top of tho house but take tho parlor first as wo assure you from actual experience that by the time two rooms aro ilnished such care Â¬ ful drawing of each individual tack will not distinguish the hitter to the marked degrco that was shown in the first If vou care most for your parlor carpet we implore you draw the tacks Iff -V tliero first In packing barrels are of great serv Â¬ ice for china and books but it Is not well to mix these two elements indis Â¬ criminately China by Itself books 13 themselves Is the wiser plan As for as possible pack a room at a time in such a way that when the unpacking timo comes you will not be under the painful necessity of undoing the piano from Its covering in order to find the coal scuttle lie absolutely extrava Â¬ gant In the use of your pencil and mark each and everything as it is done up unless its shape proclaims unmistaka Â¬ bly what it is This generous scrib bling proves a most delightful means of identification when a host of knobby heterogenous paper packages and boxes confront you und you hnvont the least idea in which one you put the toasting fork or tho babys bonnet Put in one box or trunk those things that will bo wanted at once and then do not lose sight of that treasure cheat As soon us you can get tho men folks settled in some cleared space for unless thoy tiro helping they will ieol utterly wretched in tho jumble of inanimate objects A eov arod Vanij always tho best means of conveyance for It is safo to say that even the contents of Uuokingham palneo would not look particularly Well In an uncovered wagon to say iothing of the additional safety that Tiik Final Hamv or McKixikyihm Ox to Washington I Chicago Herald is assured by tho largo roomy vehicles with padded sides and rain proof tops The McKinley management of the era tic administration which has brought Chicago Times deaf and dumb Institution in this city them to book It is timo for Mr Car has also been discredited Superinten Â¬ negie to write another work on Tri WHEN THE BELT RAN OFF dent Clark was investigated two umphant Democracy St Louis Re Â¬ How it Fuietlotnt AVoNtnru Drummer months ago at the governors direction public Houreil an I iikIInIiiuhii by tho board of state charities a non PARAGRAPHIC POINTERS was a very green Kugllsmun partisan board composed of There d tit Untie City Mont who was talking gentlemen und two weeks The workingmun aro asking why about purchasing land near by for a since u report was submitted to Mc they aro still hungry with the McKin Â¬ horso ranch and as ho strolled around Ivlnley finding tho superintendent in ley bill in full force Detroit Free the depot tho hulf doon drummers competent and disqualified by disposi- Ircss who happened to meet thero put up a tion for tho place Among other facts It was somowhat suprfluni Jsv job on him Ono of them borrowed a it was shown that ho had reported an the republican platform of llhodo Island coat and hut of a vanchero took the average attendance for last yoar great to class the punishment of McKuneism cartridges out of his revolver and er by sixty than the largest number of among the party triumphs considering with the weapon held aloft in his pupils enrolled In any single day This that ihe prosecution was instituted by baud bo suddenly jumped into the fact revealed the methods by which hu democrats conducted by democrats wnltlng ropm andyolled perinteudent Clark was able in his last and tho offonder sentenced by a demo Whoop Im a cantankerous old annual report to exhibit tho lowest per cratic judge Hob ton Herald fighter from tho headwaters of Fight Â¬ capita cost of maintenance in the hisTho call for a convention of tho ing crcokl Im half hoss and tory of the Institution Tho governor republican leagues has a familiar sound Im down on everything that has not yet removed Clark or indicated especially In tho dogmatic declaration walks on two legs particularly En what he intends to do It is rumored as to what tho people have to do glishmen Wlmrs tho bloody bloomln that a legislative investigation to white- Â¬ The people will bo heard from in duo liriton who culled mo a liar wash tho management may be at- Â¬ time and the leagues will probably Whats tho row about inquired tempted find that thoy know their own mind the Englishman as ho camo to a halt Tho boys industrial school at Lan ami business much hotter than the and faced about caster has also been tho theator of nu- Â¬ leagues do Detroit Free Press Whoop Ivo fit In threo wars aud merous scandals aud while tho board A reduction of wages has just hopt a graveyard of my own tho rest of of trustees promptly whitewashed tho been made In the iron works of Cooper tjio time shouted tho torror as he management the stories will not re Â¬ Hewitt Co at Tronton N J Mr Down on yor marrow- main smothered but reappear to Mother danced around Hewitt ono of tho proprietors says in and bog my pardon If you and worry the administration -bones explanation that tho reduction was want to live two minutes longer Scores of critics hero do not hesitate made on account of losses suffered Not If I know it drawled the to say that If Gov McKinley gave more through tho business depression clear Â¬ Briton cool as ice and ho squured off attention to state affair aud less to ly traceable he declares to tho Mc thumper on the drum cultivating his presidential ambitious Klnlej bill and landed The country could stand mers nose which piled him over it would bo better for the stato and for almost anything except a McKinley among- the stocks of pelts and dazed tho Inmates of state institutions Ono bill ho adds Ever since tho bill kirn so that he couldnt speak for tho well informed republican said to tho was passed wages have decreased next five minutes We had to hold Times correspondent recently Louisville Courier Journal I am for McKinley for president In the foreigner to keep him from fol Heeds affectation of fear the when the drummer had 1890 but I must confess that It he were passage of the Wilson bill will that put Iawhir not fcHNh upontfed mtt and brought to ha to show as much lack of executive abil- Â¬ an end to uncertainty is indicative of a at tow o a baggage truck d held ity in the white house as he has ex- Â¬ purpose to keep up the uncertainty It bin mom and reflected for a long time hibited In the governors chair it would Is a republican threat to continue tho be a public misfortune and a party ca tariff agitation for partisan purposes Thm M alowly remarked WjiU y WNW Kt through be laaalty for him to be eleeted N Y It la not patriotic but nobody expects explain at prhape patriotism from the ex speaker His W whai stage of yu game the belt Tines ike The wrath of the McKinley threat is an impotent one however ran brethren ever the lteet edition of the The passage of the Wilson bill will put are tarIC Mil ia fairly entitled to be eon it out of the power of Mr Reed and his tliicvk a gop4 eeoetadatloR for party to ercate uneertainty for a good while to eome Detroit Free Fcens Ikai vrekOftott Herald 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lie Aveltleri of MoKtaley a Chief FxcohIItb One Ciimo la Wlilnti Protection t Kitl t of Okie lrotoi Carnegie Frlck it Co of the Home Gov MeKlhloys second term as Ohios chief executive has thus far stead mills have been compelled to pay proved no improvement upon his first tho government ono hundred aud forty from a strict business standpoint An thousand dollars for their fiilure to atmosphere of scandal continues to J make armor plates conforming to the hang about a number of the state In- Â¬ specifications of their contract with stitutions where McKtnley office hold- Â¬ the government and equal to the ers have been enjoying their easy highest tests Imposed upon them by places without much regard for tho the naval authorities The Homestead public welfare company resisted tho payment of the Tho penitentiary in this city Is the money until all opportunities of resis- Â¬ greatest of the state institutions Two tance wore exhausted but was finally thousand prisoners arc crowded Into it compolled to make good the govern and scarcely a week goes by but that ments losses and redeem the obligaBorne story about Its bad management tions it had entered into at the time is not whispered about Chaplain Dud- Â¬ the contract was made ley fell from grace so far as to have It was not for turiff protection that very peculiar financial relations with Carnegie and Frlck made their great convicts seeking his influence for pa- Â¬ contributions to the republican cam role and had to step down and out He paign fund In 1892 They had then as was the second of McICinleys ap much tariff protection as Mr Carnegie pointees in that place to retire in dis- had asked for when he filled out the grace The wardon is being attacked blanks In the steel aud iron schedules for incompetency even by republican of tho McKlnley bill Shocking stories of cruel papers It was protection of another sort they trcatmont of prisoners aro published wore after then With u Curnegle secfrequently and are believed to bo well retary of the navy In Mr Clevelands So far has this gone that cabinet the imperfect armor would founded Representative Winn of Defiance the have passed inspection and instead of democratic leader in the house recent Â¬ paying out ono hundred and forty thouly offered a resolution for a special in- Â¬ sand dollars for failure in specific pervestigation of the penitentiary but the formance Carnegie and Frlck would republicans after desperate scramb have been thousands of dollars ahead They will have no sympathy in their ling succeeded in tabling it biing evidently afraid to risk a legislative in- Â¬ losses Tho country will believe them quiry into the MoKinloy administration guilt of contemplated fraud und dem of affairs In the greatest public institu ocrats particularly will feel a keen sat tion in the state isfaction in the fact that it is a demo- - Krerl OlntmeaU far Catarrh Tfeat Contain Mercury of is mercury will surely deetroy tlw imnll ancf eomnlctolv derange Uiewnoiea muystcm when enterhtg It thicM Â¬ from boused excopt on prescriptions they will deas tho damago utable physicians ls ten fold to tho good you can powlbly de Halls Catarrh Cure man rivo from them Co Toledo afocturcd by F J Cheney no mercury and I taken inter rontains nally acting directly upon tho Wood and Inhuyinn mucous surfaces of tho system get Ualls Catarrh Cure bo suroyouand tho ccn alno It is taken Internally Co Testirolodo Ohio by F J Cheney monials free rySold by Druggists prlco 75c per boUlo Tolls Family Pills 35 cents rm at rv a Â¬ A mP Â¬ 1 t Â¬ you always pay na you goi Always Soak fWiyl Fresh bv BecuuBO they won it int mo 00 wiinBrooklyn Life cuv Frcshbv Hcak Do Cant Titvmaa Ueach Haven N cri J Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE Frightful Phantoms Haunt the dreams of tho sufferer from in digestion What should tho nightmare-riddedyspeptic do when waking with a start tho sweat oozing from the pores sloep for A Seafaring Man Suffers tho remainder of tho nlgltt seems uaattaln from Impure Blood able f Swallow a wineglass ul of HostellersÂ¬ Stomach miters which if taken before going to bed would have insured repose Use Poisonous Taint Expollod and the Bitters for nervousness dyBpcpsia Imparted by Hood s Hoalth rheumatism malaria Co Lo well Mass C I Hood I wiah to let you know what Hoods barsap who is learning to skate gencral Tin bov dono for me I havo been troubled wit 0 gets a number of heud marks boloro his rllla has A Sorofulous Soro cssoa Ih through with tnv ahnnt fllffhtcen ycut s For the pus t year tb poisonous Impurities havo spread through my Abrahnm Lincoln Storlc anu sores nnvu urunu vm An illustrated book uumarrcd by adver system tried many kinds of medicine and nothr and anecdotes told body I tising containing stories by Abraham Lincoln many heretofore unpublished will bo sent f rco to every person sending his or her address to tho Lincoln Tea Co Ft Wayne Ittd ing did me any good until I began to try r bot I continued wlthM tie of Hoods Sarsaparllln Op all the things in tho world that aro regularly and have taken four bottles I am Â¬ hotter late than never going to bed cerNow Porfootly Woll tainly ranks lirst and sound being 38 years of ago Several ot Hoods Sarsap to be cured of a cough use ray friends noting tho benefittalcing it wlthpocd I r vou want rllla has been to mc are now Hales Ilonoy or Ho rebound and Tar Hoods Sai result Pikes Toothache Drops Cure in one minute Hapurilla I shall gladly recommtnit Tnoe at every opportunity y Chank neach Haven New Jerst docs not make a summer but One swallow t orten takes the overcoat off a mans back Hood8 Pills arc tho best family cathartic n Eighteen Years n 1 Â¬ - Â¬ HoodsCures Cn -- Iuter Ot cau gentle and effective Try a box 05 conts sksMK V5 jv MSks- - NIP Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ highly-respecte- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ half-alligat- or Â¬ six months it is four years this month Binco I was entirely well of both thoso diseases and havo never hod any signs of their ap- Â¬ pearance since and I am satisfied tho Favor- Â¬ ite Prescription saved my lifo for I could hardly walk around when I commenced taking that medicine and 1 think it is a Gods blessing to mo that I took it I was pronounced ircurablo by tho best doctors hero in tho West I gavo up all hopes and mndo up my mind that I was to be taken away from my husband and baby of two years old I was sick all of tho timo could not ent anytiling at all In ono week after beginning tho use of tho Favorito Prescription my stomach was so much bettor that I could eat anything I could see that I was gaining all over and my husband thon went and got mo six bottles I took throo of them aud my stomach did not bother mo any Â¬ V Pierce Chief Consulting Physician to tho Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute at Buiralo N Y as follows I was sick two years with falling of tho womb and leucor rhoea previous to taking your medicines I took six Ixrttles of Dr Piorcos Favorite Pro-Â¬ scription und was entirely cured of both in iVIary F Covoll of Scotland Bon Homme Co S Dak Sho writes to Dr R Is Mrs The lady whoso portrait heads this article A Guthrio of Oakley Overton Co Temx writes I nover can thank you enough for what your treatment has done for inu I ara Btrongor now than I havo boon for six years When I began your treatment I was not abk to do anything I could not stand on my feet long enough to wash my dishes without suf fering almost death now I do all my house- Â¬ work washing cooking sewing and every- Â¬ thing for my family of eight Dr PiercVt Favorito Prescription Is tho best medicine to tako before confinement that can be found or at least it proved so with me I never suffered so little with any of my children as I did with my last and sho is tho healthiest wo have I recommend your medicines to all of my neighbors and especially FavorlU Prescription to all women who are suffering Havo induced several to try it and it bai proved good for them Yours truly Â¬ al Itlvo cure for tho most complicated and obstinate loucorrhea excessive flowing painful menstruation unnatural suppres-Â¬ sions mid Irregularities prolapsus or falling of tho womb weak back futnalo weakness Dr Piorcos Favorito Prescription is a pes more Â¬ Â¬ sent to you and got tho Peoplos Com- Â¬ mon Sense Medical Adviser and found mv ciiso described lust as I wnst wo did what tho book told us in every way in ono months timo I could seo I was much better than I had leen wo still kept on just as tho book told us and in threo months I stopped taking medicino and to day I can proudly Bay I am a well women yes am well strong and healthy When I began to tako your medtclno my face was ioor and eyes looked dead I could not enjoy myself nnywhero I was tired and sick all tho timo I could hardly do my house work but now I do that and tend a big garden lralp my husband and tako In Wo I I - sowing The following will prove Interesting to feeblo womo n crenomllv and osneclallv so in those about to become mothers Mrs Dora 1 antovcrsion retroversion bearing down sen- Â¬ sations chronic congestion Inflammation and ulceration of tho womb inflammation pain and tenderness of tho ovarios accompanied with internal heat Dr Piorcos Favorito Prescription is a scientific medicino carefully compounded by an experienced mid skillful physician and adapted to womans delicate organi2ation It is purely vegotablo in its composition and perfectlv harmless In its effects tnanycondu lion of the system For morning sipkness ol nausea duo to pregnancy weak stomach Indigestion dyspepsia and kindred symptom its uso will provo very beneficial Dr Plercos Book Woman and Her Dis 108 pages Illustrated eases giving successful means of homo treatment can be had scaled in plain envelojie by enclosing 10 cts in one cent stamps to par postage to uio Doctor at ills address as given at th beginning of this article Â¬ irvt upad J3 Dyspepsia mail of Lincoln Tea A Gripeless Cathartic cures Constioation 01 WtMd oeTV-rfi404- -yr For diseases of the LIVER and KIDNEYS it is a CURE 5JraSpertieJnt Used by women it PREVENTS SUF- Â¬ FERING Used by men it PROMOTES VIGOR It t Man and Bast Jauuw AaUaa JU Mdlon Price 25 ctt t i uikuuk rvmnwirm nA samplt free Atyourdmreistsorbv TEA CO Pt Wayne Indf clears fh J IS tr 0 i B iMraKSM WFel c Hj P ti w rrr TO km f TALMAGES SJURMON The Noted Divine Preaches on Easter in Greenwood Can Not the Almighty God Return Volec of One Departed Mys Â¬ the tery of Resurrection LtJk m Jr Tho Easter services in the Tabernacle Sunday wero attended by immense au- Â¬ diences Hcautlful floral decorations almost hid the pulpit from view and the great organ gavo forth its most rap- Â¬ turous strains in honor of the day In the forenoon Rev Dr Talmago deliv- Â¬ ered an eloquent sermon on Eastor in Greenwood the toxt being taken from Genesis xxill 17 18 And tho Hold of Hebron which wab in Maehpolah which was before Matnre tho field and tho cave which was therein and all the trees that woro in the field that wero in all the borders round about were made sure unto Abraham Hero is tho first cemetorv ever laid out Maehpolah was its name It was an aborescent beauty where tho wound of death was bandaged with foliage Abraham a rich man not be- Â¬ ing able to bribo tho King of Terrors proposes here as far as possible to eovcr up tho ravages Ho had no doubt previously noticed this region md now that Sarah his wife had died that remarkable person who at niruHy years of age had born to her the son Isaac and who now m had reached after lJT years liuil expired- - Abrahams negotiating for a family plot for hor last slumber Ephrnn oh ncd this real cstatu and after in mock sympathy for Abraham re Â¬ fusing to lake anything for it now sticks on a big price 100 sheckcls of silver Thj cemetery lot is paid for ami the transfer made in the presence f witnesses in a public place for there were no deeds and no halls of record In thoM eiirly times Then in a cavern of limestone rock Abraham put Sarah ami i few years after himself followed and then Isaac and Rebckah and then Jacob and Leah Embowered pictur esque and memorable Maehpolah That Jods acre dedicated by Abraham has Rrooklyns garden Well then you say how can you been the mother of innumerable mor tu ii necropolis of make out that the resurrection day will The eeri eiv uzod land has vied with its beautify tho cemeteries Will it not leave them a plowed up ground On metropo is The most beautiful hills of Europe that day there will bo an earthquake outside the great cities are covered and will not this split the polished Ab- Â¬ u in obelisk and funeral vase and erdeen granite as well as the plain arched gateways and columns and slab that can afford but two words Well I Our Mary or Our Charley parterres in honor of tho inhumatcd will bor- Â¬ will tell you how resurrection The ppian Way of Home was dered by sepulchral commemorations beautify all tho cemeteries It will be For this purpose the Pisa has its ar bringing up the faces that wero to us cades of marble sculptured into excel- Â¬ once and in our memories are to us lent ba reliefs and the features of dear now more beautiful than any calla Jaces that have vanished Genoa has lily and the forms that are to us moro Its terraces cut into tombs and Con- Â¬ graceful to us than any willow by tho stantinople covers with cypress the si Â¬ waters Can you think of anything lent habitations and Paris has its Pero more beautiful than the reappearance of la liaise on whoso heights rostlSalzac those from whom wo have been parted and David and Marshal Ncy aud Cuvier I do not care which way the tree falls in and la Place and Mollior and a mighty the blast of tho judgment hurricane or group of warriors and poets and paint- Â¬ if the plowshare that day shall turn ers and musicians In all foreign na Â¬ under the last rose leaf or the last tions utmost genius on all sides is ex Â¬ china aster if out of tho broken sod pended in the work of interment mum- Â¬ shall come the bodies of our beloved ones not damaged but irradiated mification and incineration The idea of tho resurrection gets Our own country consents to be sec Â¬ respect to the lifeless easier to understand as I hoar the ond to none in body Every city and town and neigh phonograph unroll some voice that borhood of any intelligence or virtue talked into it a year ago just before has not many miles away its sacred our friends decease You touch the inclosure where affection has engaged lover and then come forth tho very sculptors chisel and florists spade tones the very song of tho person that and artificer in metals Our own city breathed into it once but is now de- Â¬ If a man can do that can not Jias shown its religion as well as its parted Almighty God without half trving re art in the manner which it holds the And memory of those who have passed turn the voice of your departed away by its Cypress Hills and its if he can return the voice why not the Evergreens and its Calvary and Holy lips and tho tongue aud the throat that And If the lips All fashioned tho voices Cross and Friends cemeteries and the tongue and the throat why of our Greenwood the world knows with now about 270000 inhabitants not tho brain that suggested tho words sleeping among the hills that overlook And if the brain why not Uio nerves tho sea and by lakes embosomed in an of which tho brain Is the headquiwtars Eden of flowers our American West- Â¬ And if ho can return the nerves why nn Acronolls of not tho muscles which are loss ingenminster Abbey mortuary architecture a Pantheon of ious And if tho muscles why not the And mighty ones ascended elegies In stone bones that are less wonderful generations in if the voice and-- the brain and tho mus- Â¬ Iliads in marble whole peace waiting for other generations to cles and tho bones why not tho entire If man can do tho phonograph join them No dormitory of breathless body sleepers in all tho world has so many God can do the resurrection Will it bo tho same body that in tho mighty dead Yes but preachers of tho Gospol last day shall bo reanimated Among the and Thomas DoWitt and infinitely improved Our bodies change Rotliuno Hisnop Janes and Tyng and Abeel every seven years and yet in ono tho missionary and Hcechcr and Hud sense it is the same body On my dington and McCllntock and Inskip wrist and the second finger of my right and Hangs and Chapin and Noah hand there is a scar I made that at 12 Sehenck and Samuel Hanson Cox years of age whan disgusted at the Among musicians the renowned Oott presence of two warts I took a rod hot schnlk and tho holy Thomas Hastings iron and burned them off and burned Peter Cooper them out Since then my body has Among philanthropists T Hopper and Lucretia changed at least a half dozon times and Isaac Mott and Isabella Graham and Henry but those scars provo it is the same Itergh tho apostle of mercy to tho body We never loso our identity If bruto creation Among tho literati God can and does sometimes rebuild a the Carys Alice and Phoabo James K man five six ten times in this world Paulding and John G Saxo Among is it mysterious that Ho can rebuild journalists Hennott and Raymond and him once more and that in the resurIf Ho can do it ten times J Among scientists Ormsby rection Greeley as well as astrono- Â¬ think He can do It eleven times Then Mitchell warrior mer and lovingly called by hi3 soldiers look at the soventcon year locusts For Prof Proctor and tho seventeen years gone at the end of Old Stars Drapers splendid mon as I well know seventeen years thby appear and by no of them my teacher the other my rubbing tho hind leg against the wingÂ¬ make that rattlo at which al husband Among inventors Ellas Howo who men and vino dressers tremble as the through the sowing machine did moro insectile host takes up the march of de- Â¬ uiinrinto tho tolls of womanhood vastation Resurrection overy seven Â¬ i thun any man that over lived and Prof Â¬ teen years a wondorful factt Another consideration makes the Morse who gavo us magnetic tele graphy tho former doing his work with Idea of resurrection easier God made not fashioned thunder Â¬ Adam the needle the latter with the surgeons model He washad never been after any a human There physicians and bolt Among C Hutchins and Marion Sims organism and so there was nothing to Joseph fol- Â¬ copy At the first attempt God made a and Dr Valentine Mott with the he ordered cut la perfect man He made him ont of the lowing epitaph which the ordiIf im tpnor of Christlsn religion My Re-- dust of tie earth eartlrout ofwithout aÂ¬ and nary dust of the and hope is In a merciful tiieltfalih Â¬ Â¬ C Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ deemer who Is tho resurrection and the life Amnn and amen t This is our American Maehpolah as sacred to us as tho Maehpolah In Canaan of which Jacob uttered that pastoral poom in one verso There they buried Abraham and Sarah his wife there they buried Isaac and Rcbokah his wlfo and there I burled Leah At tliis Easter scrvlco I ask and an- Â¬ swer what may seem a novol question but it will bo found boforo I got through a practical and useful and tromendous question What will resur rection day do for tho comotcrles First I remark it will bo tholr supernal At certain seasons it is bcautlficatlon customary in all lands to strew flowers over the mounds of the departed It may havo been suggested by the fact that Christs tomb was in a garden And when I say garden 1 do not mean a garden of these latitudes Tho late frosts of spring and tho early frosts of autumn are so near each other that thcro aro only a fow months of flowers In tho field All the flowors we see to day had to be petted and coaxed and put under shelter or they would not havo bloomed at all They are the children of the conservatories Hut at this season and through tho most of tho year tho Holy Land Is all ablush with floral opulence You find all the royal family of flow- Â¬ ers there some that you supposed In- Â¬ digenous to the far north and others indigenous to the far south tho daisy and hyacinth crocus and anemono tulip and water lily geranium and ranunculus mignonette and sweet mar joram In the college at Iteyrqiitjou mav see Dr Posts collection of anout 1801 kind of Holy Land flowers while among trees are the oaks of frozen climes and tho tamarisk of tho tropics walnut and willow ivy and hawthorne ash and elder pine und sycamore If such floral and botanical beauties tire tho wild growths of the field think of what a garden must be in Palestino And In such a garden Jesus Christ slept after on tile soldiers spear His drop of blood had coagulated And then see how appropriate that all our cemeteries should be floralized and In Juno Greenwood is tree shaded Â¬ SOrtOOL AND OHUROH model God could make a perfect man his physical eoastitttUoa a dull surely out bf the extraordinary dust of ear to- - a dim eye or a rhem There 144 branehe to tte FafcW moral body and with millions of mod- Â¬ maUe foot or a neuralgic Wow or land MiAsionary society of Swedem els God can mako each one of us a per a twisted muscle or aiweak side c am fect being in the rosurrection Surely inflamed tonsil or some point which thai contribute MOOOO a year There are aeven col lege la the tho last undertaking would not be the east wind or a season of over work grcator than tho first See the assaults him Rut the resurrection body United Stat whieh Hialatala daJBjf Gospol algebra ordinary dust mi- Â¬ shall be without 6ne weak spot and all newspapers namely Harvard Xmt nus a modol equals a perfect that tho doctors and nurses and Princeton Rrown Cornell the Ualrir man extraordinary dust and plus a apothecaries of earth will hereafter any 01 rennsyivaaia ana tiie univer Â¬ modol equals a resurrection body Mys Â¬ have to do will be to rest without in- Â¬ sity of California teries about it Oh yes that Is ono terruption after tho broken nights of The publication of a dally paper reason why I believe it It would not their early existence Not only will in France as an orgaa of the ProÂ¬ bo much of a God who could do things that day be the beautlfication of woll testant interests in that country will Mys Â¬ kept cemeteries but Homo of tho grave- Â¬ soon commenco in Paris The aba of only as far ns I can understand teries Oh yes but no moro about tho yards that have boon neglcctod and the paper will be to bind France more resurrection of your body thnn about been tho pasturo ground for cattlo and closoty to tho Protestant world out Â¬ its prcsont existence l rooting places for swino will for the side of her borders I will explain to you tho last mystery first time havo attractlvoness givon Rishop Henry C Potter doesnt of tho resurrection and mako it as them wish to have a throne built for him plain to you us thai two and two mako It was a shamo that in that place un Â¬ and his successors In that now cathe four if you will toll mo how your mind grateful generations planted no trees dral on tho west sido of New York which is outiroly independent of your and twisted no garlands und sculp- Â¬ preferring to sit in a simple stall Dr body can act upon your body so that at tured no marble for tholr Christian an Morgan Dix snys that the bishops 3our will your eyes open or your foot cestry but on tho day of which I speak preferences In tho matter will ua walkB or your hand is extended So I tho resurrected shall mako tho placo of doubtedly bo respooted find nothing in the Iliblo statement their feot glorious From under the Tho philosophical faculty of tho concerning the resurrection that stag Â¬ shadow of the church where thoy slum university of Iloidolborg has resolved gers me for a moment All doubts clear bored among tho nottlcs and million that women students can bo admitted from my mind I say that tho ccmotcr and thistles and slabs aslant thoy to the degrco of doctor thoro In Got ies however beautiful now will bo shall rise with a glory that shall flush tingen also similar facilities aro per more beautiful when tho bodies of our the windows of tho village church and mitted and two English ladles who loved ones come up in tho morning of by the boll tower that used to call havo already studied mathematics at tho resurrection them to worship and above tho old Cambridge aro attending lectures Thoy will come in improved condi- spire beside which their prayers for- there tion They will come up rested Tho merly ascended What triumphal pro thousand dollars will bo raised most of them laid down at tho last cession never did for a street what an for Fiftyerection and maintenance of the very tired How often havo you heard oratorio nover did for an academy tho now library of tho Rorkoly Divinity them say I am so tired The fact is what an orator never did for a brilliant Conn an it is a tired world If I should go through auditor what obelisk never did for a schoolin Middlotown vonorhblo institution which tho this audience and go round tho world king resurrection morn will do for all Williams has always taken such aRishop warm I could not find a person in stylo of the cemeteries interest The library will bo a suit Â¬ life ignorant of the sensation of This Easter tells us that in Christs able momorialto the senior bishop of I do not believe there aro resurrection ourresurrcction If wo are fatigue fifty persons in this audience who are His and tho resurrection of all tho the Protestant Episcopal church Tho nurses homo of Johns Hop Â¬ not tired Your head is tired or your pious dead is assured for He was the kins unlvorslty has recently recolvcd a back is tired pr j our brain is tired or first fruits of them that slopt Ronan yournervos are tired Long journeying says He did not rise but fiSO witnesses photograph and a statuette of FlorcncoÂ¬ or business application or bereave- sixty of them Christs enemies say Ho Nightingale The statuotto is of Pari ment or sickness has put on you did rise for they saw Him after Ho had an marble and it was modeled in 1800 heavy weights So the vast majority risen If he did not rise how did 00 when Miss Nlghtlngalus early famo fresh Tho photograph was of those who went out of the world armod soldiers let Him get away was still 1802 taken in nt the wish of Miss Night Â¬ wont out fatigued About the poorest Surely 00 living soldiers ought to be ingales brotlior-in-laSir Harry Ver place to rest in this world Its atmos- able to keep one dead man lilessed be noy and by him presented to the phere its surroundings und even its God He did got away After Hi hilarities are exhausted So God stops resurrection Mary Magdalene saw Him nurses home There aro few classes of foreign our earthly life and mercifully closes Cleopas saw Him Ten disciples in an eyes and more especially gives upper room at Jerusalem saw Him On immigrants moro difficult to reach the quiescence to the lung and heart that a mountain tho eloven saw Him Five than the Poles In tho city of Buffalo have not had ten minutes rest from hundred at once saw Him Prof Em thoro uro nearly 10000 and tho only the first respiration aud tho first beat est Kenan who did not see Him will mission work among them is that un- Â¬ If a drummer boy wero compelled In excuse us for taking the testimony of dertaken by or through the Haptlsts the army to beat his drum for twenty tho B80 whodld see Him Yes yes Ha For several years a Sunday school and four hours without stopping his officer got away And that makes mo sure preaching servleo was hold among would be court martialed for cruolty that our departed loved ones and we them with varying success but slnco If tho drummer boy should bo com- Â¬ ourselves shall get away Freed Him 1801 the work has taken a now cturt manded to beat his drum for a week self from tho shackles of clod Ho is not under the lead of a Polish minister without ceasing day and night ho going to leave us and ours in tho lurch As a result of his labors n small church would die in attempting it Hut under There will be no doorknob on tho in has been formed and tho audiences your vestment is a poor heart that be side of our family sopulcher for we aro Increasing Most of these people gan its drum beat for the march of life can not como out of ourselves but are classed as Roman Catholics and 0 or 10 or 00 or 80 years ago and it there Is a doorknob on tho outside there are five Polish Catholic churches TJ10 friends of missions who woro has hud no furlough by day or night and that Jesus shall lay hold of and greatly distressed by tho interruption and whether in conscious or comatose opening will say Good morning state it went right on for if it had You havo slept long enoughl Arlsol of the promising mission work on tho stopped seven seconds your lifo would Arise And then what flutter of wings island of Ponapc carried on by the havo closed And your heart will keep und what flashing of rekindled eyes American board on account of tho oc- Â¬ going until sometime nftcr your spirit and what gladsome rushing across the cupation of that island by the Span has flown for the Kuscultator says that family lot with cries of Father is lards will bo glad to know says tho Religious Herald of Hartford that after the last expiration of lung and that you My Mother Is that you the last throb of pulse and after the darling Is that you the Christian work on the island is go Â¬ How you all spirit is released the heart keeps on havo is ing on with considerable prosperity changed Tho cough beating for a time What a mercy gone the croup gone tho con- Ono of the native chiefs of the island then it is that tho grave Is tho placo sumption gone paralysis who is on earnest Christian is giving tho where that wondrous machinery of gone the weariness gone Como his time and energies gratuitously to ventricle and artery can halt lot us ascend togothor Tho older ones supervising the Christian churches and Under the healthful chemistry of tho first the younger ones next Quicli encouraging the Christians to aggres Â¬ soil all the wear and tear of nerve and now get into line Tho skyward pro- sive Christian work among tho other muscle and bone will be subtracted cession has already started Steer now natives and that bath of good fresh clean soil by that embankment of cloud for the Tho clergymen of Now York city will wash off the last ache and then nearest gate And as wo ascend on havo not been slow in recognizing tho some of the same stylo of dust out of ono side the earth gets smaller until 11 value of tjpo best clubs Among tho which the body of Adam was con- Â¬ is no larger than a mountain and members of the Century aro Rishop structed may be infused into the resur-Â¬ smaller until it is no lnrger than a pal- Potter and Rev Drs Greer Rainsford rection body How can tho bodies of ace and smaller until it is no largci Rrooks Huntington RroWn Puxtbn tho human race which have had no than a ship and smaller until it is nc Collyor Rooth Terry and Henry van replenishment from the dust since the larger than a wheel and smaller until Dyke In tho Unlvorslty club are Rev time of Adam in Paradise get any re- Â¬ it is no larger than a speck Drs Kittredgo Sattorleo Torry Van cuperation from the storehouse from Farewell dissolving earth Rut on Dyko Rainsford Rrooks and Hunting- Â¬ which ho was constructed without our the other side as wo rise Heaven at ton In tho Colonial tiro Rev Drs At going back into the dust That orig- Â¬ first appearn no largor than your hand tcrbury Rooth Merlo Smith Peters inal llfc glvtng material having been And nearer it looks like a chair and Townsend Lloyd Stoddard and added to tho body as it once was and nearer it looks liko a throne und near- Houghton In the Aldlno nre Rish- Â¬ all the defects left bohind what a body er it looks liko a star and near it looks op Potter and Rov Drs Lyman And like a sun and nearer it looks like a Abbott Clapp Hubbard Nolson Gil will be tho resurrection body will not hundreds of thousands of rmch universe Hall scepter that Bhall al man Drury In tho Metropolitan is Dr appearing above the Gowanus heights ways wave Hail anthems that shall Oreor in tho Union league Dr Rrldg make Greenwood more beautiful than always rolll Hall companionship man and in tho Harlem Dr Van De any Juno morning after a shower The nover again to part That is what Water The Riding club numbors dust of tho earth being the original rosurrection duy will do for all the among Its rcruibors Drs Grcor material for tho fashioning of tho first cemeteries and graveyards from the Rainsford and Rrown while at tho human being wo have to go back to Maehpolah that was opened by Fathet Fencers tho herculean figure of tho the same place to got a perfoct body Abraham in Hebron to tho Maehpolah rector of St Georges is often scon foil Factories are apt to be rough places yesterday consecrated And that make in hand and those who toll in them havo their Lady Huntingtons immortal rhythm f garments grimy and their hands most appropriate The Cool and Airy Cook Rut who cares for that When thou my righteous Judge sualt come smutched Tho cook at tho boarding house out when they turn out for us beautiful To take Thy ransomed pooplo home on shopping tour was chinning tho Shill I among them stand musical Instruments or exqnlsito up- Â¬ clerk at tho ribbon counter said clerk What though tho gravo is u Shall suchu worthless worm ns I holstery being a bourdcr whore sho cooked Who Jiomotlmcs am nf raid to die rough place it is a resurrection body Ono of these dry goods stores she Do found at Thy right hand manufactory and from it shall como ald gazing around the place Is some Among Thy saints lot mo bo found tho radiant and resplondont forms of different from a boarding house aint Wheneer th archangels trump shall sound our friends on tho brightest morning It To sea Thy smiling face tho world ever saw You put Into a Then loudest ot tho throng Ill slug Woll rothor smiled the clerk factory cotton and it comes out ap- Â¬ With shouts of sovereign grace perking up his chin parel You put into a factory lumber Yes sho went ulw Tub woman suffragists of Now York here you see a good on pleasantly you and lead and it comes out pianos and many things organs And so into the factory of the hope to havj 4 million signatures to dont eat and at a boardin house you grave you put in pneumonias and con- the petition which is to bo presented to eat a good many things you dont see sumptions and thoy come out health tho constitutional convention in May and then she walked out leaving him You put in groans and thoy como out asking that tho word male be elimi Â¬ to his reflections Detroit Free Preea hallelujahs For us on tho final day nated from the constitution Last year Applying a rrevarb tho most attractive places will not be the legislature passed a bill granting tho parks or the gardens or the pal- Â¬ to women the privilege of voting for Andwere you never m love asked school commisi loners but that little the young maiden of an elderly one aces but the cemeteries Wo are not tbld in what season that word in the coi stltution blocked their No Cupid never looked y way day will como If it should bo winter progress in the direction of their fran- Â¬ somehow Love Is blind yen kaow these who come up will be moro lus- Â¬ chise inasmuch as it specified the sex Rut possibly he got one eye ope a trous than the snow that covered them of voters and made the law unconstitu- Â¬ uttie nit wnenever he eame arotuul w your vicinity dear If in the autumn those who come up tional If Y VrML Miss Raekbay of Boston will bo more gorgeous than the woods I Well JUmU4 after the frost had penciled them If find it difficult to keep in my mind the Guest of the Uh -- Waa fc ftl Miss W in the spring the bloom on which they thoughts that oecur to rae tread will be dull compared with the Iaque of Chicago Tskaw I Why uaareat poet hodc ellaav v Colored tferraaWttM t rubicund of their cheeks Oh the per- Â¬ weve always bad the notion that eoW all wiee Jay would do 4Hrflrytkittyf fect resurrection body Almost every Â¬ storage bOW body has some defective spot In Pack JaMffC Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ w A VJ V1 iAa vi -- - j J 1 v Â¬ tty it Â¬ -- k Â¬ li Â¬ ft 4 Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Wm - rj ii r- - rs Jh t A ty m j A l IWCiff I fW gf m i r- 1 V V k Jr i At V tft J Eh - W - v WIMMWBlgcalPtiWIIIiligBIIEMBrSs - anii syfHffVMrmK - jutr- - f -- j i m R 4 5 V VvV fK i Aft 39QE355 VJfc A M rifMfeiWri- - titDHfaliip JW HtHnrnl It rMz ffttVCsV fcjry I r- - p t Ir m k 5i - f F R I - iJipleased with tho workings of tho aunara- rI tus Broken pine boxes wero pled up about twelve feet and tho whole struc ture saturated with coal oil Then tho trip to MorgMti coHMty In Kut Accompmiylii m Kentucky the juelc on the trlji were iwverHl jiienibvrH of tlw PlilUddphU hiiU IJoton ttywliciuo tlmt hJ ttiukrUken the develdpnieot of the tml eoAl Helda of Morgriii county The syndicate which Iihk pUruhHscd the land finil which intends to open up the Yftt resources of the county to theworlJ h tasked ivltli r capital of 3 000000 Htnple evidence tlmt the project will not lack for money Judge Perry is tin Attorney for the syndicate and In speak ing of the outlook to h Leader dihii tliatthq railroad to be built from More head to Pinliook a small town Hbotit ten miles beyond West Liberty had been purveyed and fopntod and thnt ground will bo broken about Juno 1 Tiio road will bo standard guago and will bo called the Mnrehcadi West Liberty Pinhook railroad When asked whether he didnt think the present stringency in the money market would retard tho work Judge Perry said no It was true ho added that a month or so ago the syudicato had experienced a little troublo in securing money but everything was now arranged so there would bo no hitch Tho cannel coal field in Morgan county is unques tionably one of tho finest in tho world said Judge Perry In many parts of the fields tho coal could bo found of a thick ness of 36 to 68 inches Ilituminous coal was also found in great quantities Firo clay is also found in layers of from eight to ten feet thick Coal oil has been found in the county and there aro reasons to beliovo tho county will in time produce a great deal of oil Tho company also irttends to quarry building stone Some of tho finest stono for building purposes in the world is to be found in Morgan county Tho forests contain almost inexhaustible quantities of oak poplar Bugar walnut maple etc In speaking of tho trip tho judge said tho people of tho county were very anxious for tho work to begin They wero very enthusiastic about the countys futuro and believe that a new era of prosperity would set in very soon Tho peoplo by individual subscription had raised 20000 to aid in tho building of tho roid There will bo an election held there somo tlmo soon and it is likely the county will vote an appropriation If it doos tho subscription of the people will not bo needed Tho company will put in only tho latest improved machinery in tho mines In speaking of tho scenery of the country Judgo Perry was very enthusiastic and said somo of it compared favorably with thatof Italy and other picturesque coun- Â¬ tries Besides tho Philadelphia and Boston capitalists gentlemen of Louisville and Lexington nro interested in the projectLexington Leader It Put It Out AlimiHt IiiMtimtly Herman I Wells president of the Cincinnati Tin and Japan Company gnvo an exhibition of the Steffipel Fire Fxtinguisher on tho vacant lot corner of v Market and Sycamoro streets last Satur dayafternoon assisted by Mayor Arnold D It Morrill and others A goodly number of people from town and country wero l in attendance and highly froK it J VtyVerrf jtwt returned ed A special fiom Washington sa hi Hon M C Lisle of ICeptucky Is i lying dangerously ill at tho Woodnumt Orttiri week Uiul tin in iiir fii i u v iui i a v inw1 nut- our 14k Solid Gold Fuiin vv i j a id his In thlKi ltv tonlalit A number tain at 1 each as lon M thev lmt AVe Kentucky friendshnve called but were use Call m and try it irKED J JtiJiiiiNAZi defiled admittance the physicians having Custom House Squares Lexington Ky ordered that uo one except attendants bo allowed to enter his room Tho chances for hi recovery aro dicldedly against him His many friends in Ken will regret this sad intelligence KY 12 W Tho above is from the Washington dis m i num Rngiilnr Monls 25 conta Monla to ordor nt nil hours Uronktnst trom o to w patches to the Courier Journal of Wed nesday Thursdays paper however 10 a in to ii p m Suppor from 5 to 0 p m -gives hope that tho ease I not so bad ItepreHUtatlvo Lisfc is not It says quite so ill as he was last night The treatment lie is now undergoing known as the sweating process has already had perceptible effect The doctor sweats COMBS HOUSE OAMPTON KY him three times in twenty four hours and after coming out of the bath Mr J B HOLLON Pkopriktor Lisle is of course much fatigued Quito 18 20 and 22 N UPPER STREET LEXINGTON KY The nntronugc of the traveling public is a number of friends called to sec him respectfully solicited Table thf best and this afternoon They found him in good every attention to the comfort of guests spirits and good humor His brother D nrW thf W ti -- if 4 iniUZ muuiwwb -- M Â¬ SHORT STREET LEXINGTON KITCHEKl t i Â¬ vOysters Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken a Specialty aUTBBlB 9 WAVSOHL Foreign DomestiTDry Goods mHHILLINERY AND DRESS MAKING Lisle postmaster at Winchester arrived here this afternoon and is at the Woodmont He came on olllcial busi ncss connected with the postofilce de partment He expects to return tomor- Â¬ row Mr Linle may go with hi in C Â¬ A LLEN HOUSE LEE CITY KY The above house is now open to the public tinl the patronage solicitcil Tuble the best the country iitroriln and charges res souable Oooil stable and care of horses Give me a cull Â¬ Grand Opening of Spring Dress Goods Every Day wui j Â¬ Dr S F Scott HI uo Ridge Harrison MFor whooping says county Mo cough Chamberlains Cough Remedy is By using it freely the disease excellent is deprived of all dangerous consequences There is no danger in giving the remedy to babies as it contains nothing injurious 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by John il3m C II ALLEN Proprietor counterfeit money in some of the colored restaurants In a few minutes tho man was found and after a lively chase he was captured and lodged in jail Ho at flrtt gave a fictitious name but it was afterward learned that ho was John Ii Huston Townsend a son of tho famous Townaend of Estill Fighting Bill county so well remembered by many of our older readers A quantity of spuÂ¬ UR CUSTOMERS recognize the fact that we are giving the best value and allowing tho largest assortment ot Fourth Street uenr Main New and Seasonable Dress Goods Silks Novel tios Vel- Â¬ O CINCINNATI vets and Millinery of any house in Kentucky Silks India and Japan such styles wero nevor from ift OKO WKIIKKS HOtiH BIiinaBrs Kf shown such beautiesChina never seen pricos wore never so low eo wero i 5The patronage of Wolfe and Morgan the great variotv and novelty in our Fronch Silks Satin Duchess counties solicited M Hose Moire Antique Brocades Stripes Peau do Sojo Zanzibara and Cha Â¬ Coiititcrfaltur Cmiifht meleon ettocts Have every weave known to the most famous makers Wednesday night tho police were inLELAHD Lexington Ky in Europe Our Grenadines are a specialty and our patterns can be HOTEL formed that a stranger had been passing found no where else It llltOOKS Proprietor S T JAMES HOTEL 0 Â¬ Now Duildlng Giis and Electric Light Our Spring Woolens are beautiful and our importations are the Electric Elevator Heated throughout with latest our stock tho largest and most varied our styles unequaled J Riites 200 a Day Near Hot Wuter Noveltios in China and Japanese Draperies busi nets center and depot Come and see S It IIKOOKS me Hespectfullv Embroideries Laces and White Goods Underwear Corsets and DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS If you want new styles and the best goods at bottom prices you can always find t lie m them rious coin was found in his possession which ho claimed ho found under a pile of railroad ties For many years there has been at various times rumors of counterfeits from that section and occa Â¬ sionally arrests aro made Mr Townsend bids fair to work for Uncle Ham for a while Winchester Democrat Persons who synipatliizo with the afllicted will rejoice with i K Carr of 1235 Hnrrison street Kansas City lie old stifTerer from inilauunatory rheuisau matism hut has not heretofore been troubled in this climate Last winter he went up in Wisconsin and in conse queuco has had another attack It came upon mo again very acute and My joints swelled and severe he said became inflamed soro to touch or almost to look at Upon the urgent request of my mother-in-laI tried Chamberlains Pain Bnlm to reduce the swelling and easo the pain and to my agreeable Mir I have used three prise it did both fifty cent bottles and believe it to bo tho finest thing for rheumatism pains and swellings extant For sale by John M x Rose An Old Cltlxuu VUltft Vn Dr John Ii Hanks of Louisiana stopped over hero on Tuesday on his return from u visit to relatives and friends in Wolfe Meuefeo and Powell counties Dr Hanks was born and reared in Wolfo county in this state and went to Louis iana about eighteen years ago This is his first visit Since 1880 His numerous relatives and friends were much pleased at seeing him again Dr Hanks married in the stato of Mississippi four years ago Ho has been practicing medicino at his present location in St Landrys parish for about uino years Clay City Chron- Â¬ icle Wo havo recoived a copy of tho illns- truted Eldctrbpoiso News published by Webb Louisville Ky It is Dullols sent f rco to any address Send for it and acquaint yourself with tho wonder called tho Elcc working instrument tropoise Our CoiijrNlutHl ltucts Tho Frankfort correspondent of tho A number of Courier Journal says Tenth district politicians havo been hero this week and tho reports which they bring concerning tho congressional cam paign going oii up there indicate that it is all over except tho shouting The generally expressed opinion is that young Joe Kendall of Floyd county has closed out all of his competitors and virtually has the raco won THUiaers of tke stomach salt rheum and blood dkrders are cwred by Ay eru Â¬ w Â¬ CASSELU PRICES 16 and 18 West Main Street LEXINGTON KENTUCKY Hosiery India Linen Dimity Mulls Pique Fronch and English Nain- Â¬ sooks Embroidered Swiss Artistic patterns in wash materials Duck Suitings Galatoa Cloths Figured Corded Muslin Zephyr Ginghams Real French Organdies our own dosigns Such a rarely beautiful selection of these lovely goods wero never shown by ono house before Childrens Gingham and Muslin Drosses splendidly made 0 months to S years Ready made Eton Suit3 in black tan and blue Shirt Waists Black Dross Goods the best valuo the best wearing tho most satisfac- Â¬ tory aro tho Lupin weaves Wo havo Ono Hundred varieties to select from Storm Serges are always ready Imperial Cords Jacquards Melroso Henriettas Crepons and Granite Cloths Spring Capes cloth and lace Spring Jackets now stylos light in weight low in price The largest stock of Jouvin Genuine Kid Glovo3 in all lengths all colors tho finest made JIado la all styles and sizes Lightest itronffcit easiest working safest simplest most nccurato most compact and most modern For sslo hv all dealers la anas Catalogues mailed fra by VMILLINERY DEPARTMENT The largest stock of Millinery Goods in Lexington Specialties in Bonnets Hats Childrens Caps Flowers Veiling Rilbon9 Seo our display of now things from Paris London and New York Tho Karlin Firo Arms Co New IIavkw Conk IT S A VTJKESS MAKING DEPARTMENT IiTkmImI Miss Orr has charge ii 1 1 n T1 is assured Tho latest styles are given you a perfect fit Wedding and street costumes made on short notico THE MILD POWER CURES CTHHIK WATS oar- AtfD LISTEN TO US 3BJ Â¬ HUMPHREYS Dr Humphrey Bpcclflcanra scientifically and MrefuUv iiruiiarotl HeniLslleH Used for years la prlrato priotlco and for orer thirty years by tho peoplo with entire success Every single Specula a special cure lor mo uiseuso nameu They euro without UruKgliiKt purging or reducing tho system and aro Infnctnuduecdtliotiovereliu KEEP PERFECTLY STILL You nnibt have goods and wo must have We will guarantee a saving of lf to 25 per cent to you on every pur chase from uh We sell everything lu the Dry Goods and Notion line We well Carpets Oil Cloths and Window llcmedles of the World money Kir rs ft w I - f I l It f r v svf ZZJ tn 4 i jf 1 torch was applied and in lew tlmo than it takes to say jnck rabbit the entire mass was enveloped lit flame shooting upward fully twenty five feet Mr Wells with hoso in ono baud turned on with tho other tho chemical preparation which swiftly sprayed into tho bao of tho fire thus extinguishing tho same ftlmost instantly It is claimed thnt thi machine will accomplish moro work in tho same length of time than any other extinguisher manufactured and cost three fourth lew money It ought to bo in thohands of overy property owner in case of an emergency Harrison O Democrat Nov 10 1893 SrrNorit Coopku HhjcI Green Ky Agent forWolfo and Morgan counties tMW IH Xf 400 oh the ltnllroHtl J G Dato of Crockettsville in Breathitt county recently lost a pooket book containing 100 in currency and wniVs notes and accounts whdo en routo from Lexington to Jackson on a K U train He offers C0 in cash for its return to hi l lady HtTooJeys La M was very sick C TIImjI a wttk Wliovw colic when merehxiit bf the lown aVe Wile di fJHamufVlHina fjolle tor Chokra and Warrkm Btwedy He ytm well in rlr nUHutt4 after Myi takinf the ftwt dok For W by John 4 in rstCBt cvbi list or xomui 1 Voyerss Congestions Inflammations 35 3 Warms Worm Fever Worm Colic J5 S Teethlnat Colic Crying Wakefulness J 5 VI 5 4 Iarrhcaof Children orAdults fl lyseaterrarlplntf UIIIous folic J3 S Cheler a IHorbun Vomiting J5 US 7 CoHgbs Colds lironchltb 8 NeuralBla Toothacho Kaeeacho 33 P Headachca 8lck Hiadaclie Vertigo J3 11 Shades at CINCINNATI PRICES Â¬ lS lyapopsla Biliousness onstlpatlon JS 11 Huppreaiinil or 1nlnful lerletln J5 1 J AV k ea Too Prof um lerlods US US 13 Creup LnryagftlH IIoarsencM 14 Halt Kttrium Kryslpelos Kruptlons J5 US 13 Uheuraattmor liheulnatlolalos Chills Fever and Aguo US 16 Malarla illesltlltul lHOphthalmy 17 U Lexington and Jit Sterling prices not in it We make Outs Clothing to or der at Jew than ready made prices Wo give elegant guaranteed lB CatarrU intiucuta cohtiutuoiiead WhooplHir CouBh Ul Antuma UppreSKil Hreothtnsr U5 UU Knr liUoHurueH Impaired Hearing US U3 Hcrofula EnlargMl Cllands Swelling US U4 41enoral Ueblllty Vesical Wcaknett U5 lropsy and Scanty Secretions 2 Hen8lckuos Sickness from Hiding orliletHllug 8ora or Weak Ryes US US U5 nfjfii f Wt3l j -- V Ji t tSSEv To our customers Well give you the higgest inducemeuts you ever got to to tuulq with u Try it this year Â¬ 27 Kldany Dlaeaaea 3D More nfeuth or Canker 30 Urlunry ViHknusMWcttlugDed 31 1nlHful Perloda 3 tTlllpHthtirlH Ulcerated Koro Throat 33 CUroulo Cougeatftiua Eruptions XXTRA NffMBERS SO US US US US US US US US US THE GOLDFJ BEE DRY MODS STOKE Wil5tei Kl W F I ITI7TON Proprietor JAY-EYE-SEE- Wk i specifics HUMPHREYS M OT8 VtHtHUln Attot ItchlHgof Tlw rullef U twmvdlaR tlM Nervaus Debility 8mlnanVeak- nesa or Involuntary DbcharRes 18S 3J IUeaaeaof tho lleartlulpltatlon 100 33 UpllepHy Spasms tit Vitus UancoltJc 8olJ by Druilt or Mut pl j4lj on rvrtlpt of ilc Pn lluuruiiTt VtxoiL 1H atlUD rsu H rHKKTHMX0rOUI Ul Yimtm St VTm jt M pt Titin i of JayKyc Soo Racine Wis MivsrUrttrv nS a largo reJ2Lkwn ro noflyt I removed year Unnofi S U4a old lllly 2 uKi irom n J with throe nppllcatlous of Mb 1 T Oiov jllBt r I HK uxx QUINNS OIHTMENT ot l heartily recommendhave ever used or heard It to all Ilomeiueu We Aap M ItUthebflstpMparatlonl 2 S THE PILE OINTMENT PorPltesExtmalorItiurnal WlwlorlMwJliwj Mtwdlttg WITCH HAZEL OIL turv ertaii TlULtIXMaJOT of thKecttim Prk 8150 per bottle TV kwp - do not B It send us sic tnit y KDDY CO Whitehall N Vi hUndrccU ofaueh tejtimontal AslcyourdniBKlstforlt Ifli J P W v rIO strMnrillH J sHHtruiuw i i it a t n yimm si tf IWtK if Trr f J Jr tt ml US JA o