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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r 1- i -f- c - f 3BgllplBM - vs fjjff Hazel Greein Established March 4 1885 and Mulo Famous in tho Colobratod Story of Of n KaUy Worlil vf jH V Jonathan and His Continent 111m HERALD by Max OKoll llnck vB fj A Wi0 HJ ViV m PEHCER COOPER Owner and Editor With Nown From All Natl mm IumhrhiK Ht Sloo A YEAR Always In Ativan v Ul TENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY AVAMCKI ICY THURSDAY MAY 17 1804 NUMBER 8 Am rn AM DAY When you como to Lexington drop in and sco A fflVl loVi -- Vv i w us and wo will show you tho biggest stock of r 2Tj Vv MM 7iT I K ACTPttI VjLI rJ s I g W fSl Hats and Furnishings for Men and Boys Wholesale and Retail you ever saw It you can t come write to us and toll us what you want i You will make more than your expenses though if you come in person and make your selections Mens Suits from 5 up Boys Suits from 125 up M ONE PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE 54 E Main Street KAUFMAN c- - CO - LEXINGTON KY MERCHANTS JOB WHOLESALE L0T ONLY HOUSE How A Georgia MooiiNhlnnr Knrnml Fifty Cents A slrango scene was enacted in tho SKEKHHTSCSfflSKS yard of tho county jail Sunday If any ono had looked behind tho tall board fonco among tho moonshiners about fi oclock yesterday morning thoy would have scon from tho earnest conversation of tho men and their excited gestures that something unusual wns about to happen and if thoy had peeped behind tho fonco at 630 they would have scon a long tall follow walking back and forth along tho narrow yards looking neither to tho right nor left but keeping up the steady lick ho had struck unmindful of tho remarks mado by his companions It was a long walk for it began ntGK in tho morning and ended at 7 in tho evening but tho most romarkablo part about it was that tho young man walked tho day away for tho small sum of fifty KZZXX LCxinctoN m i krastnr -WmmL II A DPITG iimiiijii ill i jl 1 yn v i s - ill 24 W Main Street cents UHBI j 4 ij lr Tho young man who did tho walking is David It Payne of Union county 137 139 Ohio who is serving n thirty day sentenco in jail for illicit distilling His Jiomo is on Young Cane creek and Big Drives in- ho is as wild and untutored as a moun Â¬ tain moonshiner over gets to bo e Yesterday morning when breakfast was j being served Turnkey Pat McCullough JfWSond for our Prico List in a joking way said to Payne who had been bragging about the long walks ho had taken Ill bet you fifty cents you cant walk all day A whole fifty cents he exclaimed O with a whistlo of astonishment Tho lending houso for FANCY DRY GOODS FURNISHING Yes fifty cents replied Mr McCul- Â¬ GOODS nml NOTIONS Ahviirys have Rig Drivos Spooinl nttontion lough to Mnil Ordors You mean it pardner you nintcr pi IFiipmifw fB for ww S W 4 r VV and Race Street Cincinnati r tUtSBsm mjtsamws -- i vhmmm siois haes 165 167 Race is waaoL Street 30000 Cudhier CINCINNATI msr MONM SAVED mwmmw Km a tliiiiiplii fBVOTBS 221 ft - y t v M V M Traders Deposit Bank MT STERLING KY Capital J M 200000 Surplus BIGSTAFP President G L KIHKlATUICK Vice President V W THOMSON We respectfully solicit the business of merchants runners trailers anil business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky A general banking business done Give us u uhancu to send you n bank book Day your checks ami loan you money when in need W W Thompson Cash Â¬ Clay City Kaiionai CJiAY CITY KY EenK Capital tioyi day 50000 J P COX Cubhier President Mfc vaults nor better facilities for keeping your Tso Hank in Eastern Kentucky has better account Managed entirely by home people who know you and who are always ready to ncconnnodato you to loan on reasonable rates Call on us GiarkGoyniyHaiionPiiBank MAIN STREET WINCHESTER KY JOHN W 1113AN President U F CURTIS Cashier Surplus 100000 35000 Capital 200000 Undivided fcl Profits Organized 18ns being the oldest bank in tho county Collections made on all points nml vour business solicited I Wloiesler H 11 Bank President WINCHESTER KY WITIIEllSPOON JiuNTER Cashier Taid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 This Hank solicits the accounts of nier nhntitH farmers traders and business men rally throughout Eastern Kentucky i every Vi and oilers its customerswithin the limits of the most liberal terms legitimate banking -- 0 VICTOR BOGftGRT lanulactoiii s Jeweler 17 E Short Street LEXINGTON KY and Jewelry Diamond Fair Dealing and ReUable Goods Bottom Prioea A Goods and Work t Watohe Guaranteed joking If Iilvod Too Ioii Not a bit of it As n general thing it ia only in novels Its ago pardner Ill tako tho bet tlmt retributo justice seizes the villinn nt tho moment of the commission of u great ef any er you fellers will cover the fifty crime but occnsionnlly it happens in real cents Tho money was covered and at 030 life A enso in point is the following During the days of slavery n negro slnvo oclock Payne began his walk striking named llolln Hanks was carried from into a long swinging stride which he this county to Missouri by Rev Mitchell kept up all day long Ho walked from In due timo tho slaves wore freed and ono sido of tho yard to tho other a disBanks being frugal and industrious tance of lfiO yards for tho round trip accumulated considerable property His making it every two minutes When dinner timo camo ho did not children grow up and moved away he stop to eat but took his plate of victuals Â¬ knew not where Yearning for tio sympathies and ministrations of relatives he in his hand eating as ho walked He sent to this county about half a dozen was given water many times during tho years ago for his nephew John Evans day but never stopped to drink it Ho agreeing to leave his property to Evans swallowed it on tho move and never on condition that the latter would tako onco lost tho long swinging strido he caro of him during the remainder of his started in with in tho morning Ho kept up this walk until seven life After a year or two Evans grew oclock never stopping for a minute after tired of waiting for his old uncle to die and resolved to hasten the desired event ho had started By making tho calculation it will bo Tho latter lived in a cabin not far from seen that if ho walked 100 yards in two the one occupied by his nephew Evans went ono night to his uncles houso minutes ho walked from 030 to 7 12 J poured coal oil on it in various places hours a distance of 33 miles and a fracand set it on fire In so doing hctjjot a tion Ho was given tho fifty cents when ho quantity of tho oil on his own clothing Tho old man awakened by the ilames finished his walk and seemed very proud rushed to the door and nttomptcd to of it as ho laid it away in his pocket with Thats a good littlo pile escape Ho was mot by his nephew who tho remark or money I nover did see as much sunk an ax deep into his victims skull and tho old man fell back into the flames as 5 at ono timo during all my life As tho latter opened tho door however Atlanta Journal IJninnllublu 1oHtuI Curds the flames followed him and in a moment Tho postmaster general has given an tho oil soaked clothes of tho murdoror was in flames Ho attempted to beat off opinion on tho mattor of endeavoring to tho flames and inhia agony jumped into collect debts by tho sonding of postal Tho cards which is certain to bo ono of inter Â¬ an adjacont well and was drowned murderer and his victim wero buried est to overy business man Two postal together No claimants appeared for tho cards were submitted to him On ono was Plcoso call and sottlo account property which had caused the crime written and it escheated to tho state Winches which is long past duo and for which our collector has called soveral times ter Democrat Tho othor contained theso and oblige Tim Greiitent Kenttirktnn words You o wo us 180 Wo havo Perhaps by and by tho Kentucky peo ple will begin to think of and bo proud called several times for samo If not of a native of that state who was not im- Â¬ paid at onco wo shall placo with our law Tho postmaster petuous nor fiory nor passionate nor agoncy for collection goncral on tho decision of an eminent quick to resent imputations aud reflec- Â¬ a man whoBulfercd moro insults judge stated that tho first card was mail tions than any othor of his time aud bore them ablo aud that tho second was not Tho whoso unfailing logic of this decision is that when a with good fortitudo good naturo and unwearying patienco threat direct or implied is written upon saved a nation and f rMichised a raco and a postal card tho card is uumailablo Floyd County For Jo whoso niuno will live in history when all non W S Harkins of PrestonBburg tho chivalry and pseudo chivalry and passed through the city last Friday nfght pinchbeck chivalry who spend their lives en routo home from Louisville whero ho standing over their honor and going off lias been attending federal court Mr at half cock whenever it is blown upon Â¬ His namo was Harkina Informs us that Mr A II Ste have pawed into oblivion phens of his county is a candidate for Abraham Lincoln New York Tribune tho Democratic nomination for congress For balk About 600000 feet of pine in tills district but that Jo M Kendall and poplar timber near the mouth of would have no trouble iu carrying the Swifts creek and about one mile from county of Floyd against him Sentinel-Democrat Ked river For terms see S P Howk Campton Ky 10 Â¬ Â¬ AiH 1 1 Boss Jr Â¬ 4 The merchant Who expects to do much business iu 1891 must practice tho lesson taught in tho following story Two frogs found themselves in a pail of milk and they could not jump out One of them was for giving up and said to tho other Good by 1 sink I dio Said his mute liruco up yon old duller Keep a jumpin and sec what turns up So thoy kept jumping up and down all night and by morning had so churned tho milk that it turned to butter and they jump Wo hnvo tin olognnfc nssortiiiont of ed oh tho butter to tho ground Applied to busiuces tho fablo means this If you want tho business of 1894 to oxcecd that of 1893 Keep a jumpin 1 sink I dio Dont cry Tho merchant who continues looking for bad times will not snrvivo to sco good times The man who keeps jumping will sco good times first Oairy a level head buy standard goods and keep a good clean stock an attractive storo and advertiso with bright attract vo ads AND Itnpiilillouii CoiiKrurtHlouul Convontloii K J Hampton secretary of the Re publican congressional committco of this Tenth district has called n meeting of OOECEBED tho congressional and executive commitÂ¬ tees to meet in Winchester Juno 22 to WJion in Loxington dont fix a timo and placo for tho congression- Â¬ al convention and tho timo and manner fail to givo uh a onll of choosing delegates to it It is prob QDDDQBIOB ablo that tho congressional convention will bo held at Jackson or Ileattyvlllo Tho basis of representation is usually ono for overy ono hundred votes or fraction over fifty This will mako tho total voto iu convention 11C divided as fol- Â¬ lows Hroathitt 0 Clark 10 Elliott li l Go f r V 31 LEXINGTON A is il r i NOVELTIES in M Â¬ Dress MM VI Â¬ KID GLOMES Â¬ 6 Estill 8 Floyd 0 Johnson 13 Knott 2 Leo 0 Magoffin 8 Miirtiu Â¬ Â¬ Menofeo 3 Montgomery 10 Mor gan 0 Plko 13 Powell 4 Wolfo 4 Hon Crokur No Longer Richard Orokors official connection with Tammany Hall ceased Thursday of last week whou ho handed in his resigna- Â¬ tion as chairman of tho finance committco Tho resignation was accepted Mr Cro ker was in tho wigwam until 0 oclock Ho shook hands with his faithful follow- Â¬ ers beforo ho left No one has yet been appointed leador in Ills placo nor will thcro bo until after tho noxt campaign John McQuado will auccood Mr Cro ker as chairman of tho finauce committco Tho position will bo morely honorary and will not carry the power attached to it in tho past G Masonville and Lohsdale Ootton 7o yd Best Calicos 4ic yd Lancaster Apron Giiig- x hams 4ic per yd Wo tiro Solo Agonta for s k Fosters Kid Gloves FealbertoM and Standard drills m Pittim v SMNNHNM -- -- Nolan cut and fatally wounded Dolor Prlght at Barbourvilje on Wed nesday Nolen went to Bright Iioum and proceeded to demolish the furniture when the Bright woman interfered and waa elaehed with a raaor Nolen wae placed In jail All partlea are Tako a ti x T S Jli iWfW t m S wmmmmm r pwmwwwi i r w T ff p fmv vji SpS rjg m jiwumgnrw ywi - 4 y MM 1 i Hazel Green Herald fs- FRUITS OF PROTECTION REPUBLICAN ATTACKS ShirtlHr the Hltnn IHe t the nilchtliiK ftapubllc an Rule KMpemillile for Soewl The effrontery of the republican lead- Â¬ ers aud organs in charging upon tho democratic partyand especially upon the stringency the administration through which we havo passed and the resulting consequence to tho business of tho country is tho most brazen thing of the kind tho country has over wit- Â¬ nessed If these leaders and organs had nny sonso of responsibility or of shame they would be doing penanco In sackcloth and ashos for tho sail effects of the conduct and reckless mismanage ment of their party instend of trying to foist tho responsibility upon tho shouldors of their political oppo- Â¬ nents For it is as clear as day to tho intelligence of the world that in so far as the troubles from which the country has been suffering aud still buffers can bo traced to tho action of any political party they aro directly traceable to the action of the republican party Largely of course thoy aro duo to causes with which tho country has had long experience to extravagance and over confidonco in business nnd to the undue extension of credits which can- Â¬ not with entire justice be charged to any party IJut we challenge success Â¬ ful contradiction of tho statement that tho bulk of our business troubles aro duo directly to tho extravagant ex Â¬ penditures of the republican party while in power and to the class legis- Â¬ lation which boars the labnl of that party That tho result did not show itsolf until that party had been driven from powor by an Indignant and out- Â¬ raged peoplo docs not change the fact It was clearly foroscen while tho party was In power and in tho main as clearly predicted and It was because It was so seen nnd predicted that the party was driven from powor That tho Sherman silver law was in great part responsible for our financial though troubles has boon clearly grudgingly admitted by tho more in Â¬ telligent leaders of the republican party That the McKlnley act it also responsible to a great degree Is suscep Â¬ tible of tho clearest proof To It can bo traced directly tho falling off In our exportation of breadstuffs and other staplos which has been so Important a fnctor In tho diminution of our trade This was oloarly forotold The f miners of the McKlnley act wcro distinctly warned that tho Imposition which that act contemplated onjour purchases of foreign goods mount retaliation in kind It required no gift of prophecy to utter tho warning It was simply the voice of all experience and the end merely confirmed tho touching of the past Great Britain Is nothing if not commercial Sho buys of those to whom she can sell Finding that she could not sell to us she bought her wheat as woll as she could of llussia and tho Argentine Republic and her cotton of India sending in exchange what she had to hell It was not senti ment but business She has bought of us what she was compelled to but she has bought no more nnd the conse quence has been an enormous fnlling off in our trade sufficient alouo to ac count for half of the disaster which has befallen our business Intorosts Tho McKlnley act was responsible also very largely for tho overproduc tion In manufactures which has glutted our markets and brought about stagna- Â¬ tion It has been tho result of protec- Â¬ tive turiffti from their first inception The first effect is to unduly stimulate manufacturing and thereby competi Â¬ tion Then follows that falling in prices over which tho short sighted protectionist gloats as tho fruits of his pet policy The next step is tlio scram Â¬ ble to unload aud this soon results in stagnation There is nothing new in the proeosB It is as old as protective tuiitts are Tho most ubsurd of tho pretenses by which It Is sought to justify tho attack on tho democratic party Is that tho foundation of tho trouble has been dread of tariff change It is undoubtÂ¬ edly truo that the Inaction and delay In congress has produced and is pro Â¬ ducing a feeling of uncertainty which militates against tho revival for which wo aro all waiting But It is arrant nonsense to talk of tho panic so called having been produced by anxious an- Â¬ Aside ticipation of tariff changes from tho fact that tho blighting effeet of tho McKlnley act Is abundnnlly suf Â¬ ficient o account for tho mischief cone It Is notorious that because of the evils it foresaw from that net the country voted overwhelmingly for those very tariff changes which It Is now repre Â¬ sented as looking forward to with gloom ana for obodlng Dotrolt Freo Press Tno organ or the American pro- Â¬ tective tariff league gives prominence to tho statement that the price realizod by farmers tor tho last years crop of potatoes at a New Hampshire hipping point has been thirty seven cents per bushel against seventy cents for the orop of 1802 all owing to the Wilson bill The McKInleyitea must bo des Â¬ perately short of points when they claim that the Wilson bill which will not be a law before next July reduced the price of last years potato crop thirty three cents per bushel The crops of 192 and 1H93 were both alltco protested by tho McKlnley tariff The fall on last years crop merely shows how the McKlnley tariff does Hot pre- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ a phi nmatR ooofxk rMiaar JLULQXIKX V I McKliilnr Act i i rr sss Cnt CURIOUS SOFA PILLOWS itiww womht Vanish sofa pillows from llHvn h Moaning Onu Would think Mint iomlniuo llclcle for CftUctliK Tlirm Tlinao tlmi 4 h the popular place they occupy but they arc as much In voguo as over Whether one lives in largo houso or 4lny apartment there are pillows One or two aro not onoitgh no seven any way for one cqnch mid extras In n tiny up town lionao belonging to an actress aro forty Bcvon pillows anil materials in a drawer for tlio three to complete the half hundred Sho has s window scats and couches for them Thoy are all and chairs sizes mid shapes and kinds from bro cade to ginglmiin Jlrooklyn too has the fad and neighbors vlo with one another as to how many ban be put in the bowr window It seems not only necessary to have your pillows pretty but thoy Sou- Â¬ 11141 Kavo a meaning as woll pillows aro as popular as spoons venir The oMier day a young matron showed her pillows which wore an inviting Uttlo group- - The first a pink silk one which patting tend crly she told was made of the trown sho woro when ho firs I saw her the next a whito India silk with brown spots was tho gown when 4ic asked tho nil Important question She remarked the wrinkled condition but said thoy would not iron out Then tlu pillow from a piece of tho wedding gown embroidered with orange blos soms and the sweetest pillow of all n tiny one of white mull with a frill of Vaieneiennos which was the babys christening robe What could one not idrcam resting among such memories Another young woman has lur pil lows inude from pieces of each gown in her trousseau and being married in summer thoy aro mostly dainty silk Â¬ tclo-a-leteÂ¬ -- Â¬ ones -- II J In Uoston heart shaped engagement pillows aro superseding engagement cups Perhaps tho most striking collections aro found in the studios In ono down town they are mado of gingham or percale and thoy aro as brilliant and beautiful as need bo Tho maker bought tho goods out of season and each ono is a bargain Tho most at tracllvo n white with rod poppies Avas ten cents a yard while big shil- Â¬ ling Scotch plnld made fotchlng onos indeed It Js qulto as important nowadays to liavo ones pillows olaborntoly em Â¬ broidered with ones crest as the note paper or tablo linen Our men at least our bachelors are as enthusias tic as tho women aud the popular ones aro recipients of many beautiful specimens Ono fellow in his rooms lias a pillow made from tho flag of every nation our own Stars and Stripes Jinny against Irelands green and heaped on both aro Chinas dragon and Ho St Gcorgo for Morrio England says tho next collection ho makes ho Is going to have the girls mako portraits of Jill our presidents on whito linen Â¬ The Coxoy movement is chiclly sig nificant as an expression of the social- Â¬ istic tendencies that Have dovolopcd under republican rulo and protectionist principles In Franco the doctrlno of protection has been accepted by tho socialists In Its logical consequences aud men aro saying to the state Since protection makes prices high glvo us also protection for wages Fix a mini mum scalo and lot the state compol employers to observe It There was no principle more essen Â¬ tially embodied In tho foundations of American liberty than tho principle of Individual libertythe independence of the citizen Tho state was sov Â¬ ereign only bocauso he tho citizen It gave it of his own sovereignity was his creation ho owed noth ing to tho state but loyalty and obedience to necessary laws The state owed all to him This spirit gave the dignity and strength that charÂ¬ In Its acterized tho men of America boon nolnfiuenco destruction there has more potent than the doctrine of protection In its very essence it assumes that one set of Individuals is not us strong as another set of individuals that a man Isnt ablo to stand up be fore tho world and win his own way through It In practice It has fostered the idea that one class must bo mado to contribute to another and far small er class that tho government has the right to interfcro in the affairs of its citizens nnd determine how much of one mans goods shall bo given to an other man It has made tho government a part of and a party to the money getting machinery of the fav ored class and has made money getting a governmental function leaving tha mines of tho citizens with no sonso of their personal Independence and indi- Â¬ Wo are no vidual responsibilities longer a nation of sovereigns but of dependents So paternalism drifts into socialism and so protection comes back to the protected In the appeal of Coxeys army for help In this country tho masses havo not yet learned to apply tho logic of the situation but they aro fast learniug it It is no new idea the inevitable conse nucnC2H of protection wero foreseen years ugo by students of sociological tendencies So long ago as 1851 Cavour tho Italian economist said Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Utlo DemoHfttrnUons a 4 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ It nets out from nbsolutoly tho principle Roilncod to Its simplest torma It nmriiiB tho rlRht nnd duty of Rovornmont to Intervene In tho employment ana distribution of capital It ufflrms that the function and mission of gorornmont aro to substitute Its moro enlightened decisions for thofreodoclslon of tho Individual If those prlnolplos should become recognized as lncontostably truo I do not see what nniwer could be mado to tho working classoK and their representatives whon thoy came to tho government and said You bellevo in tho right and duty of regulating tho distribution of capltol why not also tako up tho rvguiutlon of production and wages Why not establish government workshops of protection Hamo Â¬ ROclillHm I mulntiiln thut tTiu moat powerful ally ol In Its logical relations Is tho doctrine -- crimson one and a giddy orango and bluuk Wlou Jr Ynlo comes to call the others aro tucked away while when tho Uoston man uppoars crimson oc- onples the plnco of honor and so on iSho pays them all a delicate compliment Indeed Wo American womun novor use pll lows ns do our luxurious slstors of the orient Wo havont time to lounge and thoy are for effect certainly One Thoy aro mado to husband remarks appear Inviting but heavens If I dare School glrls have the erao too but no littla friend has them to a great piirpobe In tho corner of tlio library e and sho has a pillow for is a each favorite collogo a dark bluo one with a large white Y on It a lovely teto-a-tot- Germany and Franco and now tho United States havo verified these words The proposition is so that It scarcely needs discussion Speaking of Mr Loon Says proposi- Â¬ tion that protection insensibly leads to nationalism a French authority on economical questions lays down tho principle that between protection and ifMK socialism the line of distinction is very A Frenchman difficult to perceive defined the difference as being that tho protectionist was n rich man while the socialist was a pauper Undoubtedly if tho robber barons are right Coxoj is also right and so are the populists and with more jus tice on the side of the latter for their needs are greater Tho populists are but tlo natural outgrowth of republic anism aud protection Lot Coxoy blow his trumpet long and lustily at the gates of tho robber barons It is his turn now Louisvillo self-evide- nt Â¬ It will porhnps requlro a littlo stretch of covery I consented to her using It and It con- Â¬ had symptoms tho imagination on tho part of tho render to cured her Sho haspost no years of Poople six rocognizo tho fact thnt tho two portraits at sumption for tho no better rem tho bend of this articlo aro of tho snmo in- Â¬ havmg this disenso can tako x ours vorj truijr oay dividual and yet tboy aro truthful sketches mado from photographs takon only a fow montlis opart of a very much esteemed citi I Afi SSsO t n of Illinois Mr C H Harris whoso ad- Â¬ f i Itock dress is No 1622 Second Avcnuo From the Buckoyo Stato comes the follow Island 111 Tho following extract from a lot I was pronounced to havo consump-Â¬ tor written by Mr Hnrris explains tho mar Ing relous chauyo in his personal appenrnnco Ho tion by two of our best doctors I spent Dr Piercos Golden Medical Dis- Â¬ nearly 300 and was no bettor I concluded writes covery saved my lifo and has mado mo a to try Dr Piercos Goldon Medical Discovory man My homo physician says I am good for I bought and used eight bottles and I can forty years yet You will remember that I now say with truth that I feel lust as well us just Iwtween lifo and death and all of to day jus I did at twenty flve ana can do justt ns good a lays work on tho farm although 1 aiy friends woro euro it wns a coso of death autil I commenced taking a second bottle of baa not douo uny work for sovoral years Truly your friend Golden Medical Discovery when I becanio jiblo to sit up and tho cough was very much bettor and the bleeding from my lungv stopped and beforo I had taken six bottles of tho Goldon Medical Discovery my cough Mr Dulaneys address Is Campbell Ohio consod and I was a now man and ready for I had catarrh In tho head for years and business my nt tho samo to troublo withmuch left lung your remedies time 1 now feel that it is n duty that I owe faith In You put so thai my follow mon to recommend to them tho I concluded to try one bottle or two and I Goldon Medical Discovery which saved my derived much benefit therefrom I used up life when doctors and all othor medicines threo bottles of Dr Sages Catarrh Remedy failod to do mo any good Golden Medical Discov flvo bottles I sand to ycu with this lottor two of my ery and Inof your four months I was myself again photographs tio takon a few weeks beforo I I could not sleep on my left sido and now X was taken down sick in bed and tho othor can sleep and eat heartily So long as I have Tuoso two pho- Â¬ was takon after I was well medicines on hand I have no need of a tographs aro faithfully re produced at tho your doctor I do not think my houso in order bend of this articlo Yours truly without them Mr Harriss oxporionco in tho uso of GoldMedical Discovery is not an exceptional en Thousands of eminent peoplo in all ono just as emphatio testify farts of tho worldmarvelousin curativo powers to its Marlow Baldwin Co Ala over all chronic bronchial throat aud lung If it would be any more convincing we asthma ana diseases chronic nasal catarrh could easily fill tho columns of this paper witb kindred diseases Golden letters testifying to tho euro of tho severest Eminent physicians proscribe Medical Discovery when any of thoir dear diseases of the throat bronchia and lungs ones lives aro imperilled by that dread dis by tho uso of Golden Medical Discovery easo Consumption Under such circum- Â¬ To build up solid flesh and utrength after the lung fovor oxhausing stances only tho most rcliablo remedy would grip pneumonia Tho following letter Is to fevers and other prostrating diseases it hal bo dopondecl upon tho point It is fromin eminent physician of no equal It does not make fat liko cod liver oil and its nasty compounds but solid wholf Ho says Stamps Lafayotto Co Ark Consumption is horeditarr in my wifes some flesh family somo have already died with tho dls A complete treatise on Throat BronchiaL enso My wlfo has a sister Mrs E A and Lung Diseases also including Asthma Cleary that wus takon with consumption and Chronio Nasal Catarrh and pointing out Sho used Dr Piercos Goldon Medical Discov- Â¬ successful means of homo treatment for these maladies will bo mailed to any address by the ery nnd to tho surpriso of hor many friends bho got woll My wifo has also had hemWorlds Dispensary Medical Association of orrhages from the lungs and her sister in- Buffalo N Y on receipt of six cents ht stamps to pay postage sisted on hor using the Goldon Medical Dis AI fil - If T rsr s AJr rv i Â¬ Ti clzPlz Â¬ Â¬ H rfA v r v vr-vV- - v ify rrifo gl Mothers Friend min T- t dtturUono N Y Sun OPINIONS AND POINTERS If being out of work proves any thing what does three million out of work under tlio McKlnley bill prove Â¬ use by the medical profession These ingredients are combined in a manner hitherto unknown and WILL DO all that is claimed for it AND MORE It shortens Labor Lessens Pain Diminishes Danger to Life of Mother and Child - a scientifically prepared liniment every ingredient of recognized value and in constant i II N Y World Sent by Express on Receipt of Prlca 150 per Dottle Book to Mothers mailed FREE containing voluntary testimonials ORADFIELD REQULATOR CO Atlanta 0 Sold by All Druggists fJ AP JcX wntvfiV A ir J 1037 V V if tr V b iVV y - r Kootpad Hold up yr hands Lone Citizen I havont a eeut with ano Just loaned all I had to a friend In disgust Uo ahead Footpad tho idiot asylum three youll find Miires to Mi left N Y Weekly JH1 Kvery Allowniuic Tins amateur porformauco you poak of AYns it a oharltable afTalr Oh yes tho pooplo know tho young folks wero doing as woll as thoy could Kindly Directions Gov MoKinloy graciously allows is a big demand for Tom Ueeds tariff speech in Ohio but ho doesnt explain whether It is tho edi Speech of tion labelled by mistake William L Wilson on His Tar I If Hill Uoston Herald There aro just three things that are absolutely essential to the exis Â¬ that there Â¬ THE POT INSULTED THE KETTLE BECAUSE THE COOK HAD NOT USED Mm Srw4 JlostouTranscrlpt Iont l No Time Jack IluiV I you have been engaged Miss Klttlsh Mi this the first tlmo Is Arnt wrved1 Is my motto It First come Pnok A ISV Ti Chhrltas I have put ton lollsvs ii thl letter to tho relief oom l you klnkiy post it mlttee Woyldpt It be well to noChnrltHs tify tnen f thq fflft by ataothor let Htrf Mr Charltas Yea I shall t Â¬ rat Oeau iACiiimaiI noticed that you Mtt wiyself Xnter paAJ JBobli-r-Y- e sire I kept woaderU iaiti An Iamiiiam MhlikMMiA lTMfctIl u Uwt hi jeoktkj tvh 1W Wr Ooen collar- - wy aWre kU r Witk ato level Md of the thirJ5i of Uttk keep free Weooat of the oountry the ChlaaM are balnr sMUfgled into his tale Vy sauatls The waior never did Ufr favor phaelng duty on cheap foreign Wbor Detroit Free Preee Wlle MeKlnlej- - kflghtlng to tence of tho democratic party just now and they are these 1 That a tariff J That a reform bill bo passed satisfactory tariff reform bill bo GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS i passed That u satisfactory tariff reform bill be passed npeedlly Indian Â¬ SAPOLIO SHOULD be in KITCHEN apolis Sentinel There Is no man bo poor suys r protectionist contemporary that ho will be spared paying a tax on sugar if Thus proclaims this he eats any of it A GripeleBa Cathartic oracle when the demoeruts propose to levy a trlff tax when the republican For diseases of the LIVER and KIDNEYS it is a CURE levy such taxes it insists that they are not an experiment Used by women it PREVENTS SUF- paid not by the consumer but by the foreigner Loulbvlllo Courier Journal rtKiNiJ usea Dy men it PROMOTES VIGOR It est Man and Beat cures Constipation Â¬ clears the Complexion and prevents Who has ever hoard a protection Mdioms ist give a valid reason for his belief Dyspepsia At your drueeists orbv His reason for believing in protection mail of UNCObN TEA CO Ft Wayne Indf would apply equally woll for belief lu polygamy or plutocracy or phonog Â¬ raphy Kverythlng that he can see ORTKERN PACIFIC has happened under polygamy plu Â¬ cnHOHLAjE - a and tocracy and phonography has happened FREE8i5ffilTl under protection and what has hap pened has had the same relationship to RUBBER the oho aw to the other He thiuks U whk protection and adt phonography but OMly because he is told to think so s QROAT V Vhi Wat a MrKClau Artfefe X Y V orld CTWktt ilU SAPOLIO used every - S Lincoln Tea Price 25 cts sample free Â¬ S COLCHESTER COS SPADING BOOT N I lino 1 TOSS wTiWM w- - r v Tf jiTf vSt1T2 iiftffittZftH v MUMl A jj Wkssxa rtiTfiiM art iisVasaki af irJen WyTO i -- iy CT3 V AGRICULTURAL HINTS PROGRESSIVE TXANS What rrttvla County Una Done to Improve It lublln Rends About two years ajjo wo furnished SPRAYING SAVD HALF Interesting Kxperlmeitta Carried im at ttiM un mk u u u j a u MMM ii i1 nHi lAi1 TgyoBoum l v ATt OMb Mtatlen N year ago Travis county Tox with a complete outfit for stino road making crusher eniflno and roller They had previous Â¬ ly been using our roadgrndlnfr ma- Â¬ chines and we present herewith an il Â¬ lustration showing the kind of roads that county is now building An ur tiolo by John C Edgar of Duval Travis county Tex inny no doubt be of in Â¬ terest to our renders as t shows how it was possible for Travis county to se Â¬ cure a better condition of public high Â¬ ways Mr Edgar in commenting upon the road situation in Travis county says While it Is true that our road and bridgi- - fums will not permit of any ex- Â¬ tensive system of road malting it is pos Â¬ sible to do a gnat deal more than to at tempted Many have been deterred from doing anything by not knowing any- Â¬ thing about road malting and through fear of bankrupting the county That feeling seems to have prevailed in this TraviB county from time immemorial until tho election of our present judge and board of commissioners about a Â¬ The majority of that body happened to be broad gauged progressive men who recognized their responsibilities and determined to gtvo the peoplo all the relief within their power What they did may be a useful guide for others They are making steady progress Â¬ 4r ilS The opinion has been held by a few that unfavorable weather is not in all cases the direct cause of failure and some experiments carried on by the Ohio experiment station strengthen this opinion An orchard of New- Â¬ town pioplns of nearly two hundred trees wan divided off into plots none of tho plots containing less than one row and some as many as four Tho dilute Uordouux mixture which was found to bo best in P2 occupiod tho same place last season The ingredient used in the mixture were sul- Â¬ phate of copper 4 pounds lime 4 pounds water 60 gallons Comparing the two plots where this compound was used with the two unsprayed plots the astonishing fact was ob-Â¬ served that no marketable fruit could be found on the tins prayed plots nor was there much fruit of any kind whilo on the sprayed plots which had been subjected to the same unfavor- Â¬ able climatic conditions there wan about half a crop It is well known that scab attacks apples in all ntages of growth and that if it appears very early it may cause the young fruit to irop pre maturoly Whon it attacks the blos- Â¬ soms it of course destroys them Tho first spraying was done before tho trees had bloomed and the supposition is that many of the fungus spores were thus destroyed and the apples were thus given a chance to develop Early spraying isesseutiul to the best success in preventing the apple scab Tho spores from which the scab fungus develops live over whiter on the trees and begin growth in the spring nt the same time as the loaves start to grow How rapidly the fungus develops depends upon the weather No dates can be named for spraying but a good plan is to make the first application just before the leaves open and the second soon after the blossoms fall at which time four ounces of paris green should lie added to each fifty gallousof the mixture in order to kill the apple A third spraying with the worm combined mixture is to be given auout ten days later and still another after the same length of time in case of continued wet weather Farm and Â¬ Â¬ nd Ijl 4 1 jLr WLM a conomy baking powder m I Vr - v s hi requires that in all receipts calling for Royal Baking Powder It will go further i i shall be used and make the food lighter sweeter of finer flavor and more wholesome t 111 llokS ftOYAL BAKINQ POWDER CO i - 5 Â¬ Home IIMKNTOXK ItOAI IX THAV3S COUNTV TEX un- - llullt on noft black imilrio sol by farmers tier direction of a county engineer PROTECT A Cnnil Ilitvlct THE TREES ftw I and laying the foundation of a grand system of county roads 1 may state that this county is about two thirds black prairie and the balance mountain land The black land furnishes a good dry weather road but a bad and often impassable one in wet weather The mountain roads arc rough but uever eloped to travel and do not give the travelers much trouble Koad improve Â¬ ment is therefore confined to our black mud lanes For some years the county has owned a number of scrapers mule teams plows etc which were used for road purposes but the controlling content to do small repairs had no plan of road making and Now we have a good grading machine drawn by twelve mules which excavates the soil on the sides and dumps it in the middle of the road We have leaving good ditches got a stone crushing machine also driven by steam power for converting roqk into road metal Our mountain formation is lime btono well adapted for road material in this climate where we never have frost to swell and have as in more There is northern climates plenty of good material being used in- Â¬ deed more than plenty in fact more than double the amount necessary Our roads are being covered with crushed stone to a depth of twelve to eighteen inches according1 to the vary- Â¬ ing formation of the surface This is not thoroughness but waste Macad Â¬ am rarely put down a coat of material thicker than six or eight inches tho exception being tho near approach to large cites where tho traffic was con- Â¬ If six tinuous and heavy incites of road metal eve made a good and durable road it would do so where they are now depositing eighteen inches That is vlior the wasto comes By this management we are now getting but one mile of road where we should have two and a half and that of a betÂ¬ The chief item of ter quality cost where convict labor and stoam crushers are used is for hauling Our farmers aro arranging to do this volunIt tarily by weekly turns seems to mo if the farmers in our black land counties would unite in this matter and press it upon their county representatives instead of clamoring and demanding impossible concessions they from a paternal government would bo doing more to improve their condition and advance the prosperity of their class Any comment on tho foregoing seems to us to bo unnecessary It shown conclusively that the work of improving- - American roads ifl much harder in contemplation than in reali- Â¬ zation and although necessarily a work of considerable magnitude it must be apparent to tho thoughtful mind that the same character of ener- Â¬ gy persistence and intelligence which has produced such stupendous results In the development of other branches of our Internal improvement mustÂ¬ eventually giVe vo this country a con dition of pabllc highways which will moreifMiBgly repreent lta advanced cflHjMiUni iQNl Boads power-seemed Â¬ Â¬ the protection of fruit bearing trees against insect pests which lias uever received the attention it deserves The device can be made of any thin metal tin would be preferable on account of cheapness but copper would be the most enduring The metal is so cut and formed that when applied to a tree it resembles the frustrum of a cone as at 13 Fig 1 In the original it was tlio Ill t flit on Which II m JiiHt Kxplred Among the expired patents is one for How beautifully MrsBatikblllcscnYCsscd Pastoii to peasant girl Why do you Old Ladt In courtroom Wast a mux herself In her address beforo tho club Wero weep so much Bocauso my lover lias dorous looklng villain the prisoner 1st VA tho thoughts her very own do you tklukf gone to tho army for three years Hor Husband But bo afraid to got near him Mrs Catchly Oh dear yes Sho paid those will soon bo ovor Uieu ho will reBhl that isnt tho prisoner thats tk ten dollars for them sho told mo Inter turn Yes but lam afraid that in tho maglstrato Pittsburgh Dispatch Occau mcantlmo another man will marry rao She Whore did Miss Fosdick ret Now as to tho degrcoof jUBtifiablo homi- Flicgendo Blucttcr lovely golden hair from her father er hm cide said tho eastern jutlgo in charglug tho HonKiNs Say Maude Sho must have go H Jury that is whero a man is killed in self when aro yonpetulantlypay mo that Dobklns Â¬ mother going to ten dol- from hor father I notlco his Is all foae dofenso or in college Plalndcalcr you owe molr Dobklns aggrieved lars Brooklyn Life Now What makes some girls kins I do I look like a fortune toller Hob Tun Benefits Browning King Cos Monthly look young so lonpl Tho men aro to blame They wont propose Lifes Cal IXowa ThM Unlike the Dutch Process cudar Wo offor Ono Hundred Dollars Reward for Farms for the Million iinv vu7u ui auirru niuw cannot do curcu oy IaJI1j Tho luarvclous dovolqpmont of tho States Halls Catarrh Curo OR K J Ciikviy Co Props Toledo O of Minnesota South Dakota Iowa Ne Wo tho undersigned have known P braska aud Wyoming within tho last fow years has attracted attention In all parts of Cheney for tho last 15 years aud bcllcvo i are used in tke tho world It Is not necessary however to him pcrftvtly honorablo in all business preparatloa ot causes of this wonderful transactions and financially ablo to carry search far for the growth for this entire region which Is out any obligation mado by their firm W BAKER West Tniax Wholcsalo Druggists To ticnotratcd by Tho North westoru Line Â¬ Waldinor Marvin Kinnnn teems with goldcu opportunities for enter- ledo O prising fanners mechanics and laborers Wholcsalo Druggists Toledo O tlanBvD Halls Catarrh Curo is taken Internally Hero who desire to better thoir condition all varieties acting directly on tlio blood and mucous aro lands which combine tvhieh it eholut4iff Price 75c per of soil climate and physical feature that surfaces or tho syBtom pure and tolultt render them most desirable for ngriculturo hottlo Sold by all Druggists Testimonials It has morethan t hrftim Rich rolling prairies ca irec iiairs iamny mis use or commorce the itrenuth of Cocoa mlxe4 pabio of raising tlio finest quality of farm with Starch Arrowroot er Evnitv singer In a quartetto can tell you in luxurious abuudauco can still Sueur and Is far sure eco nomical ooninff leu than ens nC etm o sccurod at low prices aud upon most lib-Â¬ thrco good reasons why tho organization eral terms and In many cases good pro Â¬ isnt absolutely perfect Elmira duetto it is ueiicious nourianing aaa JSAiaar Â¬ I S 106 WALL 8T NEW YOflK S3S lloU Vlo I kVAVJI No AlkaUes J Other Chemicals CO8 I i n reakfastCocoa I IB Klfl i ductive farms can bo purchased for scarcely more than the yearly rental many eastern fanners aro compelled to pay Reaching tho principal cities and towns and tlio richest and most prodiictivo farralug districts of this favored region Tho Isorth North Western Wcstcrn Lino Chicago Ity offers Its patrons tho advantages of rciuly markets unexcelled train sorvicc porfect equipment and all tho comforts and conveniences Icuowti to strictly first Maps timo tables class railway travel nnd general information can bo obtained of tieketagents of connecting lines or by ad dressing W A Thrall General Passenger a and Ticket Agent Chicago Â¬ North-West-er- Abraham Lincoln 8torln An illustrated book unmarrcd by advertising containing stories and anecdotes told by Abraham Lincoln many horotoforo unpublished will he sent free to every person sending his or her address to tho Lincoln Tea Co Ft Wayne lad Seld by Grocers eTrjTTttrt W BAKER C0DoroliMtirlMas Â¬ wouldnt be half so insufferable If bo only knows nil ho tells - Tub fellow who tolls all ho knows UCJtl TENDER I IIEHL NECKS I where shaving ever causes Irritations I have done It for over 50 years for over 30 MILL1UN MfcN TRY MB Philadelphia Record Or any other spot f01 I ma Ity Chicago 111 Tinted uy Timu For Bronchial affections Coughs etc HiidwsB Buonciiiai Ticociies have pmm thoir efficacy by a test oi uiauy years lrice aj coals a oox - Â¬ As a shell has struck before vou hear tho report of the gun so slander does its fattd worlt boforo tho calumniator cuu bo lo-Â¬ cated FrcMiotB that Deluge The lowlands breed miasma tho parent of chills and lover bilious remittent and other Jorms of malarial disease Iloetettcrs Stom Â¬ ach Hitters is a sure defenso against thorn all Nor is it less effectual as a safeguard ngainst rheumatic and kidney complaints caused by a wetting Dyspepsia liver com- Â¬ host In hlmUlf The rntiuibal who do vours hisoiitortaiuor Urip A -- Check Colds and Bronchitis with Hales Honey of liorthotmd and Tin Pilcos Tooituicho Drops Curo In one minute A pautiai view- - Uazlug at ones sweetheart Lowell Courier Â¬ unable to get tt at your Drug Store send 10 cents for a full site cske to THE J I mLLIAHS CO Glutoabary Ceaa I 1 C plaint constipation and nervousness are likewise eradicated bu in Toko it rauluxlv Tire girl who laces merely does it as a matter of form Philadelphia Record equals cuMom work cotlnp fro S4 to o best value lor uio moaj in the world Name aod pric ever tamped on the bottom pair warranted laueno iUDu-ic oceiocai papers tor lua dMctlptlon or our complete 1 IV POUGXAS S3 SHOH Jfr- - tSr Xenicn lines tor laaies ana gtm or acna mr im giving 1 structiom im held in what is a perquisite Puck An authorized steal my son Uliili f iii Pa A definition I - howtoa rMttt txxufrderby mall Pottage free Yoa caa get UMbeat bartfafna or dealers who ptith our shoes ANTI RHEUMATIC ANTNGATARRHAL CHEWINQ TnE weigh of tho world is about fourteen ounces to tho pound Iowa Gazette HALMS AND by an elastic band whicn Yes man is tho stronger vessel but ho is not us suitable as a small spiral has of ten to bo baled out Cleveland Plahr spring as shown by our drawing c Dealer plae which passes over hooks or projections on its opposite endsuud draws them together making it fit snug around the tree If the tree is uneven or has cav ities in its bark the clasping edge of the projector can be forced or bout in- Â¬ to them so that a correct fit is made These projectors are made at a vory light cost and can bo of the largest size by seaming together several pieces of tin Tho lower edge can bo turned up slightly to hold some repulsive compound or liquid us shown in Fig 3 11 but this is not necessary for protection against tho canker worm for which the dovico is mainly intended to be used American Gardening Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Few men aro so Bclflsh as to bo unwilling to sharo their thoughts with others Rams Horn Wijftt aro Georges prospects IArA His undo thinks of proposing to Mabel Puck a rich widow How I pity ness requires his said tho tlio bido door tho poor fellows whoso busi them to bo out on anight lilto policeman looking out from Life Â¬ Â¬ iTeein ana Irotnotaa u Appetiu Bweauastbe areatb cures tbe Tobacco uablt Kndorter by tbe Medleal Facultr- - Bead W me ooovinoea 10 or io cd paoaaia 0E0 K HALM HOW 8Btk8t Hew Tork Cures and Prevents Rheumatttai iBdlgftttloB Utefuf In Malaria aad Vavera Glaaaaaa tit a 1 IUM tr Jk r I KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when rightly used Tho many who live bet tcr than others and onjoy life more with less expenditure by more promptly adapting tho worlds best products to tho needy of physical being will attest tho vnluo to health of tho puro liquid Jikfi 9S Jc 4 Is Scorcher to grow old prematurely Keep enough summer in your heart to thaw tho winter In your volua Raini Dont allow yourself eaal to any bicycle built Indiana Wcrclo Co 1lnAt ItnABfntlA regardless of prlee Cat Ho 19 Z fit IndUaapous IbA Wtalil r 1 tt Dm Horn Itnhcork Mutter Vat Teat The llabcock butter fat test docs not show the number of pounds of butter in the milk The test is designed to shoW tho butter fat only and as butter contains from 15 to 20 per cent of other matter such as water curd and salt it is of courso likely that tho yield of butter will bo considerably more than tho test shows This excess may be from 10 to us much as 25 per cent more than tho test in accordance with tho method used and the manner in which Of course the tho butter Is worked more water and salt that Is In- Â¬ corporated with the butter the greater excess can bo obtained When a separation is used and the cream is handled in an Intelligent way the loss On the of fat should be very slight average 1 think the yield of butter ex ceeds the testly about 15 per cent It could not exceed it as much as 25 per cent without making a butter that waJ very low in fat 8 M illabeook Chemist Wisconsin Experiment titatloa Â¬ may I ask Sec favorito rolo mo boy what By my faith I wiU ond Barnstortnor Pitts Tia tlio pay roll freely toll vou Fiusr Bahnbtoumeu Is your And Â¬ burgh Bullctlu HusnAND Well you muy buy thatcloai but then vou must promise to loavo mo la Oh certainly if I have peace Wife that cloak I can get anything else I want on credit Fllegcudo Blaotter - He They nro not on speaking terms you know Why they aro dead lu Sho llo For that realovo with each other son thoy dont Bpeak thoy just Bit and gaze BostonTrauBcrlpt at ono another Ai Jack has finished my portrait Oh last I I didnt think ho ever would yes I Hos boeji at work on it only a year Wf Dear mo I Ieut Uiat a long timo didnt think so Were engaged now Harpers Drawer iw hi laxativo principles embraced in the remedy Syrup of Figs TWA CTIONAND PORTAMLst IU cxccllcnco is due to its presenting in tho form most acceptable and pleas nut to ho taste the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a perfect lax ativc effectually cleansing tho syateM mmThreshsrt and Horn Powtrt dispelling colds headaches and fevers and permanently curing constipatloa M RUMELY COLAPOPlTt INO It has givca BatUfactioa lo millions aad mot with tho approval of the medical fit profession because it acts on the Kid NMnrMfJ-k- n novs Liver and Bowels without weak Â¬ o w affnrifk ening them and it is perfectly free fxoM Mevlolcra TUm r JMioat auu evory objectionable substance Syrup of Figs is for sale by all draff GOODana a r afKfM AmmUAU eS gists in 60c and 1 bottles but it is man Powder rd ufacturcd by the California Fig Syrup FIXWHAMS It W l Uli sMreet MKW tSK Co only whose name is printed on every package also the name Syrup of Figs and being well informsdyou will not suii J accept any substitute if offered j yW v 2k NGINES Jrk tOVrWh J 2mm f O LUCKnffi2SSR 11 CANGERfw TU t FOR SORENESS OR STIFFNESS FROM GOLD USE ST JACOBS OIL IT RELAXES A N ft KB 9m iMaiiii mm w v THj - v -- iw t S00THE5 HEALS CURES J s 4W IT 4- --a A isiiiiiMlitfliii 1404 nws 1 V - v 1 - 1 f i J jr L f -- V MA UmUL iA y T WRtp u SB isarsvVT1 ffTEfm- x C srlf - in vt- - IE Hazel Green Herald rimcPKR REPUBLICAN ATTACKS AklftlRK the Hlttma lHe t the Illghtlng FRUITS OF PROTECTION JKfffMibtlran f i Kale ooorxii hMUw I XAZKL QKIIM CURIOUS Cra KY SOFA PILLOWS tfW l vlV for ColltotliiK Tlirm- - Thorn Him IIhvh h Meaning Ono tfoulcl lilnlctltnt feminine flclclc news woltt banish aofu pillows from or two aro not chough no mjyoii any way for one conch and extras In a tiny up town houso belonging to an actress aro forty seven pillows and materials In a drawer for tlio three to complete the half hundred She Iiiih window Boats and couches and chairs for them They aro all sizes aiid shapes and hinds from bro cade to gingham Jlroolclyn too has the fad and neighbors vie with ono another aH to how many ban bo put In the boyr window It t scorns not only necessary to have your pillows pretty but they uyist Have a meaning as well Sou Â¬ venir pillows are as popular as spoons The other day a young matron showed hor pillows which woro an Inviting little group The llrst a plnlc slllc one which patting tend erly she told was made of the town sho woro when ho first saw her the next a whito India sllh with brown spots was tho gown when he ashed the all Important question Sho remarked the wrinkled condition but said thoy would not Iron out Then tho pillow from a piece of tho wedding gown embroidered with orange bios boms and the sweetest pillow of all a tiny one of white mull with a frill of Valenciennes which was tho baby christening robe What could one not dream resting among such memories Another young woman has lur pil JbjvMnadc from pieces of each gown in her trousseau and being married in Bummer they aro mostly dainty silk ones In lioston heart sliapod engagement pillows aro superseding engagement cups lcrhaps tho most striking col lections mro found In the studiosin ono down town thoy aro made of gingham or percale and thoy are as brilliant and Tho maker bunutiful as need bo bought tho goods out of season and each ono is a bargain Tho most ttt tracllvo n whito with rod poppies was ton cents a yard while big shil Â¬ ling Scotch plaid made fetching ones Indeed liJs quite as Important nowadays to dmvo onos pillows olaborately em Â¬ broidered with onos crest us tho note paper or table linen Our men at least our bachelors aro as enthusias tic ns tho women and the popular ones aro recipients of many beautiful specimens Ono fellow In his rooms has a pillow mado from the fiag of every nation our own Stars and Stripes Hung against Irelands green and heaped on both are Chinas dragon and He bU George for Mcrrlc Knglaud says the next collection ho makes ho is going to have the girls make portraits of 111 our presidents on white linen telo-ii-totcs the popular place they occupy but they arc as much In voguo as ever Whether one Uvea In largo houso or tiny apartment there are pillown One -- Â¬ j the erae too but ono littlo friend has them to a great purpose In tho corner of tho library is a tetoatotc and sho has a pillow for caoh favorite college a dark bluo one with n large white Y on it a lovely crimson ono and a giddy orange and black- - When Mr Vale comes to call the Others aro tucked away while when the Boston man appears crimson oc onpies the place of honor and so on ijhu pays them all a delicate compll inent Indeed Wo American women never uso pll lows as do our luxurious slstors of tlu orient Wo havent time to loungo and they are for effect certainly One Thoy aro mado to husband remarks appear inviting but heavcnsl if 1 dare onjs ehol girls have disturb one N Y Sun Kindly Directions Kootpad Hold up yr hands Lono Citizen I havent a cent with ano Just loaned all I had to a friend -- youll IVotpad In disgust Mjuarps to th find tho Idiot left MmiIm This amateur speak of Was It a charitable affair Oh ycHJ ihe pooplo know the young folks were doing as well as thoy could Boston Transcript Iimt No That Kry Ho ahead asylum three N Y Weekly AIIowiip performance you Kv Jack Bussey you have been onjraged Miss Klttlshlt Is first sorved Is my motto 1 T this tho first tlmo First como Puck post It Wouldnt it bo well to no-Â¬ CjmrltHs tify miem ef tho fflft by another let Â¬ ter Mr Charlta Yes I shall miltae I havo put ton OIis Chhrltas to tho rollof com dollars in this letter Will you klnkly iHMiiW- - I otlc8 tnRt yu P wmmmQM attention to tka mlnUter t at MiyselfV-Intor-Ctoa- n tolVU lonjr fc I kept wondrln it would b bafor ha found k9w that hta nboktia ytm way alwva kU lVe slrae UUtr0ewM aay Aata fi9lnA UMnrjcrtmiMawIth tr otf Ur tntak of wm --CoinalU that Komtui vcAt tho stringency tho administration through which we have passed and tho resulting consequoncoa to tho business of the country Is tho most brazen thing of the kind tho country has ovor wit- Â¬ nessed If these leaders and organs hnd any sense of responsibility or of shame they would be doing penance In sackcloth and ashes for tho sad effects of the conduct and reckless mismanage ment of their party instead of trying to foist the responsibility upon tho shoulders of their political oppo Â¬ nents For it is as clear as day to tho intelligence of tho world that In so far as the troubles from which the country has been Buffering and still suffers can bo traced to tho action of any political party they are directly traceable to the action of the republican party Largely of course thoy are duo to causes with which the country has had long experience to extravagance and over confidence In business and to the undue extension of credits which cannot with entire justice be charged to any party But we challenge success Â¬ ful contradiction of tho statement that the bulk of our business troubles aro duo directly to tho extravagant ex penditures of tho republican party while la power and to the class legislation which bears tho label of that party That the result did not show itself until that party had been driven from power by an indignant and out- Â¬ raged people docs not change the fact It was clearly forosoen while tho party was in power and in tho main as clearly predicted and it was because It was so scon and prodlctod that tho party was driven from power That tho Sherman silver law was in groat part responsible for our financial troubles has boon clearly though grudgingly admitted by the more intelligent leaders of the republican party That the MoKlnlcy act is also responsible to a great degree is suscep Â¬ tible of tho clearest proof To It can bo traced directly tho falling off In our exportation of breadstuff and other staples which has been so Important a factor In the diminution of our trade This was cloarly foretold The framers of the McKlnloy act were distinctly warned that tho imposition which that act contemplated on our purchases of foreign goods meant retaliation in kind It required no gift of prophecy to utter tho warning It was simply the voice of all experience and the end merely confirmed tho teaching of the past Great Britain is nothing if not commercial She buys of those to Finding that she whom she can sell could not sell to us she bought hor wheat as woll as sho could of Knssia and the Argentine Republic and her cotton of India sending in exchange what she had to hell It was not sentiment but business She has bought of us what she was compelled to but she has bought no more and the conse quence has been an enormous falling ofl in our trade sufficient alone to ae count for half of the disaster which lias befallen our business Interests The Melvlnley act was responsible also very largely for tho overproduc tion in manufactures which has glutted our markets and brought about stagna- Â¬ tion It has been tho rosult of protec- Â¬ tive tariffs from their first inception The first effect is to unduly stimulate manufacturing and thereby competi Â¬ tion Then follows that falliuir in prices over which tho short sighted protectionist gloats as tho fruits of his pot policy The next step is tlie scram ble to unload and this soon results in stagnation There is nothing now In tho proeoss It Is as old as protective tariffs are Tho most absurd of tho pretouses by which It Is sought to justify the attack on tho democratic party is that the foundation of tho trouble iuis boen dread of tariff change It Is undoubt Â¬ edly true that tho Inaction and delay in congress has produced and Is pro Â¬ ducing a feeling of uncertainty which militates against the revival for which uo are all waiting But It Is arrant nonsense to talk of tho panic so called having been produced by anxious an Â¬ Aside ticipation of tariff change from tho fact that tho blighting effect of tho Melvinloy act is abundantly suf- Â¬ ficient to account for tho mischief cono It is notorious that because of the evils it foresaw from that act the country voted overwholmlugly for those very tariff changes which It is now repre- Â¬ sented as looking forward to with gloom uud for ebodlng Detroit Free Press ii Tho orurau of tho American pro- Â¬ tective tariff league gives prominence to the statement that tho price rcallzod by fartuors for tho last years crop of potatoes at a New Hampshire shipping point has boon thirty seven cents per bushel against seventy cents for the orop of 1602 all owing to the Wilson bill The McKlnloyltes must bo des Â¬ perately short of points when they claim that the Wilson bill which will not be a law before next July reduced the price of last years potato crop thirtythruo cents per bushel The eropa of 1892 and 1W3 were both nllko protected by tho Melvlnley tariff Tho fall ou last yeara crop moroly shows how tin MoKlnley tariff does not pro Â¬ tect the farmer Chicago Herald VfhIU McKlnley is fighting to keep free wool out of the country the Chlaeee are beta smuggled iuto his state bv anuada The malor never did on cheap foreign favor I laWr placing duty Preaa Detroit Free Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Utlo D ninnfltratlnn t MoKtalef Act of the republican lead Coxey inovemout i chlcfiy alg The effrontery Tho era and organs in charging upon tho nlilcant as an expression of tho social Â¬ democratic party and especially upon istic tendencies that Have devolopcd Hrponllle for Hoebtl undor republican rulo und protectionist principles In Franco the doctrine of protection has been accopted by the socialists in its logical consequences and men are saving to the state Since protection makes prices high give us also protection tor wrtges rix a mini mum scale and let tho state compel employers to observe It There was no principle more essen Â¬ tially embodied in tho foundations of American liberty than tho principle of individual liberty the independence of the eltleu Tho state was sov Â¬ ereign Only bocauso he tho citizen It gave it of his own sovereignity noth was Ills creation ho owed ing to tho state but loyalty and obedience to necessary laws The state owed all to him Tills spirit gave the dignity and strength that char Â¬ In its acterized the men of America destruction there has boon no influence more potent than Mie doctrine of protection In its very essence it assume9 that one set of individuals is not as strong as another net of Individuals that a man isnt able to stand up be fore the world and win his own way through It In practice it has fostered the idea that one class must bo mado to contribute to another and far small er class that tho government has the right to Interfere In tho affairs of iU citions and determine how much of one mans goods shall bo given to an other man It has made tho govern ment a part of and a party to thu money getting machinery of tho favored class and has made money getting a governmental function leaving tha mints of tiie citizens with no sense of their personal Independence and Indi- Â¬ We aro no vidual responsibilities longer a nation of sovereigns but of dependents So paternalism drifts into socialism and so protection comes back to tho protected In the appeal of Coxeys army for help In this couutry tho masses have not yet learned to apply tho logic of the situation but they aro fast learning It It is no now idea the inevitable conse quences of protection were foreseen years ago by students of sociological tendencies So long ago as 1851 Cavour the Italian economist said Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ im mmm mmmmm sf - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tlmt tlm most powerful ally ol Its logical relations Is thodootrlna of protection It nets out from nbsolutoly tho iwnio principle Uoilncod to In nlmplest torm It alarms tho right iinil duty of Rovornmont to Intervene In tho employment ami attribution of cnpltitl It umrms thut tho function and nils bIoh of government are to substitute lUi moro anllghtcncd decisions for tho froedoclslon of tha lutllAuil If these principles should bocome recognized us Incontontubly truo 1 do not sen what answer could be mado to tho worklni classort and their representatives whon thoy came to the iovernmont and said You bellevo In tho right aud duty of regulating tho ills trllmtlon of oapltol why not also take up tho Why not regulation of production and wages establish government workshops I mitlntiiiii ROulallHtn In self-evide- nt liermany and France and now tho United States have verified thoso words The proposition is so that it scarcely needs discussion Speaking of Mr Loon Says proposi- Â¬ tion that protection insensibly leads to nationalism a French authority on economical questions lays down tho principle that between protection and socialism the line of distinction is very A Frenchman difficult to perceive defined the difference as being that tho protectionist was a rich man while the socialist was a pauper Undoubtedly If the robber barons are riurlit Coxey is also right and so are the populists and with more jus tice on the side of the latter for their needs are greater The populists are but tle natural outgrowth of republic anism and protection Let Coxey blow Ills trumpet long and lustily at the gates of tho robber barons It is his turn now Louisville Â¬ Â¬ will perhaps requlro iv littlo stretch of tho Imagination on tho part of tho reader to rocognlzo tho fact that tho two portraits at tho head of this articlo aro of tho sanio in- Â¬ dividual aud yet tboy aro truthful sketches mado from photographs taken only a fow months apart of a very much esteemed citi pn of Ullnois Mr C II Harris whoso nd dress is No lCJi Second Avenue Hock Island 111 Tho following extract from a lot wr written by Mx Harris explains tho innr rcloiischatiKoiu hispcrbonal appearance Ho Dr Pierces Golden Medical Dis rrrltes jovory saved my life and has mado ino a man My homo physician says I am good for forty yours yot You will remember that I Kh just lctwecn life and death and all of niy friends wore suro it wns a coso of death jut il I commenced taking a second bottlo of Coition Medical Discovery v hen I became iblo to alt up and tho cough was very much better and the bwinp from my lungt stopped and boforo I hnd taken six bottles of tho Golden Medical Discovery my cough consod and I was a now man and ready for business I now feel that it is a duty that I owe to my follow mon to recommend to them tho Golden Medical Discovery which saved my life whon doctors and all othor medicines failed to do mo any eood I sontl to ycu with this lottor two of my photographs woo takon a fow weeks boforol was taken down sick in bed and tho othor Thoso two pho- Â¬ was takon after I was woll tographs aro faithfully ro produccd at tho Load of this articlo Mr Harriss oxporionco in tho uso of Gold- Â¬ en Medical Discovory Is not an exceptional Thousands of eminent pooplo in all ono parts of tho world testify in just os emphatto language to its ranrvolous curativo powora over all chronic bronchial throat and lung diseases chronic nasal catarrh asthma and kindred diseases Eminent physicians prescribo Golden Medical Discovory whon any of tholr dear ones livos aro imperilled by that dread disUndor such clrcum ease Consumption staticos only tho most roliablo remedy would 10 depended upon Tho following letter is to tho point It is fromim eminent physician of Ho says Stamps Lafayotto Co Ark Consumption is horeditary in my wifes family somo havo already died with tho dis ease My wifo has a sister Mrs E A Cleary that was takon with consumption Sho used Dr Piorcos Goldon Medical Discovery and to tho surpriso of hor many f rionds My wifo has also had hem- Â¬ bho got woll orrhages from the lungs and her sister insisted on her using tho Goldon Medical Dis It covery I consented to her using It and it cured her Sho bos had no symptoms of con Â¬ sumption for tho past six years Poople having this dlseaso can take no better rem-Â¬ Yours very truly edy MVrf From tho Buckoyo State comes the follow- Â¬ ing I was pronounced to havo consump- Â¬ I spent tion by two of our best doctors nearly 300 and was no bettor I concluded to try Dr Piorcos Goldon Medical Discovory I bought and used eight bottles and I can now say with truth that I feel just as well to dny ns I did at twenty five and can do just as good a days work on tho farm although I had not doua uny work for several years Truly your friend Mr Dulanoys address is Campbell Ohio I had catarrh In tho head for years and trouhlo with my loft lung at tho sumo tlm You put so much faith in your remedies thai 1 concluded to try one bottlo or two and I derived much benoflt therefrom I used up three bottles of Dr Sagos Catarrh Remedy flvo bottles of your Goldon Medical Discov- Â¬ ery and in four months I was myself again I could not slcop on my left sldo and now I can sleep and oat heartily So long as I hav your modiciues on hand I have no need of a doctor I do not think my houso in orde Yours truly without them cftftM Marlow Baldwin Co Ala Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ could easily till tho columns of this paper with letters testifying to tho euro of tho severest disoases of tho throat bronchia and lungs by tho uso of Golden Medical Discovery To build up solid flesh and strength after tha grip pneumonia lung fovor exhauslng fovers and other prostrating diseases It hal no equal It does not make fat liko cod live oil and its nasty com pounds out solid whole tome flesh A complete treatise on Throat BronchiaL and Lung Disoases also including Asthma and Chronio Nasal Catarrh and pointing out successful means of homo treatment for thesi maladies will bo mallod to any address by tht Worlds Dispensary Medical Association of Buffalo N Y on rocoipt of six cents la If it would be any more convincing w stamps to pay postage Mr 1 ii 1 Mothers Friend a Sold by All Druggists k Courlerlournal OPINIONS AND POINTERS If being out of work proves any thing what does three million out of work under tho Melvlnley bill prove Â¬ I nag 6a3E-----2-C-- Is a scicntificallv nrcDarctl liniment every ingredient ot recognized value and in constant use by the medical profession These ingredients are combined in a manner hitherto unknown and WILL DO all that is claimed for it AND MORE It shortens Labor Lessens Pain Diminishes Danger to Life of Mother and Child Sent by Express on Receipt of Prlct ligo per Dottle Book to Mothers mailed FREE containing voluntary testimonials A A L World tJov Melvinloy graciously allows that there is a bivr demand for Tom Heeds tariff speech in Ohio but ho doesnt explain whether it is thu edition labelled by mistake Speech of William L Wilson ou His Tariff 11111 Huston Herald N Y Â¬ 1JJhZrlMZk Vstitstifxtimmim ci A tv Atlanta - tA v LJ j ti y ORADPIGLD - - y ismmmmmmmmmmmjmimsm Q V- i-- i -i- i j- REQULATOR CO -- j A --r- THE POT INSULTED THE KETTLE BECAUSE THE COOK HAD NOT USED There are just three things that are absolutely essential to the exis tence of the democratic party just now and they are these I That a tariff J That a reform bill bo passed satisfactory tarlftreform bill be GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS t That a satisfactory tariff passed reform bill be passed speedily Indian- Â¬ SAPOLIO SHOULD be in KITCHEN apolis Sentinel There is no man so poor says a protectionist contemporary that ho will be spared pacing a tax ou sugar If he eats any of It Tims proclaims this ornclu when tho democrats propose to A Gripelesa Oathartio levy a tunff tax when the republicans For diseases of the LIVER and KIDNEYS it is a CURE levy such taxes it insists that they aie not an experiment Used by women it PREVENTS SUF- paid not by the consumer but by the wmmmmmmmm foreigner Louisville Courier JouruaL geatMnand8trdK1 usco oy men it PROMOTES VIGOR It Who has ever hoard a protection- Â¬ cures Constipation clears the Complexion and prevents Mediome ist give a valid reason for his belief Dyspepsia At your drurpists orbv His reason for belluvlug in protection mail of blNCObN CO Ft Wayne lndf would apply equally woll for belief in polygamy or plutocracy or phonog raphy K very thing that he can see ORTHERN PACIFIC has happened under polygamy plu Â¬ tocracy and phonography has happened under protection aud what has hap pened has had the same relationship to ACSK8 In MIbmhou RUBBER vi imuim the ono as to the other He thinks it tn- - Iiiahrv WiiiiRtMH Honprotection and uot phonography was hap grail urn Uwbtr ImB Aft2l-l- but only because he U told to think so QROAT S Cll P i W Vi Waal a fHrtCUM ArUcU N Y V orltL l crv u -- iWm at uu fct SAPOLIO used every Lincoln Tea TJA V Price 25 cts sample free Â¬ B Â¬ COLCHESTER COS SPADING BOOT N FREEST All no hi Ifrl v Pv r i 14 nt4mGwtin s J JWW - F rt Vry t J M irv r -- H AGRICULTURAL HINTS PR0QRESSIVErT5XANS W LM up Travis county Tex with a comploto outfit for Bttno routbumklng crusher enirlno and roller They lmd previous- Â¬ ly been ualng our rotid jfrudlnfr maÂ¬ chines and we present herewith an Il- Â¬ lustration showing the kind of roads that county is now building An tir tlolo by John C Edgar of Duval Travis county Tex inny no doubt be of In- Â¬ terest to our readers as jt nhov how it was possible for Travis county to se- Â¬ cure a better condition of public high wuys rrnvla County Una Done te Impi arc Ita luhllc Rumta About two years njjo wo furnished ht N r Edgar in commenting upon the road situation In Travis county says While it Ih true that our road and bridge fums will not permit of any ex Â¬ tensive oystetn of road making it is pos- Â¬ sible to do a gn at deal more than Isatr tempted Many have been deterred from doing anything by not knowing any- Â¬ thing about roud mtkiiir nntl throntrh fear of bankrupting the county That feeling seems to have prevailed in this Travis county from time immemorial until tho election of our present judge and board of commissioners about a year ago Tho majority of that body happened to bo broad gauged progressive men who recognized thuir responsibilities and determined to give tho people all the relief within their power What they did may be a useful guide for oth- Â¬ ers They are making steady progress fit Mr - SPRAYING SAVD HALF Interesting Kxperlmettte Carried nS at tha Ohle Htatlen Tho opinion has been held by a few that unfavorable weather is not in all esses the direct cause of failure and some experiments carried on by the Ohio experiment station strengthen this opinion An orchard of New- Â¬ town plupins of nearly two hundred trees wan divided off into plots none of the plots containing less than one row and some as many as four The dilute Itordeaux mixture which was found to bo best in P2 occupied tho same placo last season The Ingredi cnt used In tho mixture wero buI phalc of copper 4 pounds lime 4 pounds water BO gallons Comparing the two plots where this compound was used with the two unsprayed plots the astonishing fact was obÂ¬ served that no marketable fruit could be found on the uns prayed plots nor was there much fruit of any kind whilo on the sprayed plots which had been subjected to tho same unfavor able climatic conditions there was about half a crop It is well known that scab attacks apples In all stages of growth and that if It appears very early It may cause the young fruit to Irop pre maturoly When It attacks the blos- Â¬ soms It of course destroys them Tho first spraying was done before the trees had bloomed and the supposition is that many of the fungus spores wero thus destroyed and the apples were thus given a chance to develop Early spraying Is essential to the b est success In preventing tho apple scab Tho spores from which tho scab fungus do velops live over winter on the trees and begin growth In the spring at the same time as the leaves start to grow How rapidly the fungus develops de pends upon the weather No dates can be named for spraying but a good plan is to make the tirst application just before the leaves open and the second soon after the bl ossoms fall at which time four ounces of paris green should birndded to ijaeh fifty gallousof the mixture in order to kill the apple A third worm spraying with the combined mixture is to be given a unit ten days later and still another after the same length of time In csuse of continued wet weather Farm and Â¬ Â¬ sssrft M- - -- VJI iniftqfr yg rzaraweamrasit -- V1 J t t i Economy requires that in all receipts calling fof f 1 baking powder Royal Baking Powder f it win go rurtner V 11 1111 snail be used 1 and make the food lighter sweeter I of finer flavor and more wholesome s EH In 3 4 fl l I nOYAL BAKING POWDER CO 106 WALL ST NEW YORK V Pabtoh to peasant girl Why do you weep so much V Becausomy lover haa gone to the army for three years But those will soon bo ovor then ho will return Yes but I am afraid that In tho Occau meantime another man will marry mo Now as to tho degrcoof Justifiable hotni Fllcgendo Blacttcr cldo said tho eastern judgo In chargiug tho IIoiujivs tpeiuiamiy Bay Dobklns Jury that is whero a man Is killed In self wnuu lire you golug to pay mo that ten dol defenso or in college Plahidcalcr lars you wo inol Dobklns agirrlovcd wow uo 1 look llko a fortuno teller Hob- Tun Benefits What makes some girls look young so longl Tho men are to kins I Browning King ttCos Monthly blame They wont proposo Llfos Cal ornlar Oowi ThUt Wo offer Ono Ilundrod Dollars Reward for Karma for tho Million any case of Catarrh that cannot ho rnrmi hv Tho tuarvclous dovolopmont of tho States Halls Catarrh Cure K J Ointvrr Co Props Toledo O of Minnesota South Dakota Iowa Ne Wo the undersigned havo known V J braska and Wyoming within tho last fow years ban attracted attention in all parts of Cheney for tho last Iftyuurs aud bcltevo tho world It Is not necessary howover to him perfectly honorable in all buslnoaa search far for tho causes of this wondorful transactions and llnanclally able to carry growth for this entire region which Is out any obligation mado by their Jinn U est penetrated by Tho North Westoru Lino Tnmx Wholesale Druggists To teems with golden opportunities for ontor lVl Waldlng Klnnan tt Marvin prishiR farmers mechanics and laborors iitiunii ifrugisui 10IC4I0 u who dcslro to hotter their condition Here uau s camrrn uuro is taken Internally aro lands which comblno all varieties acting directly on tho blood and mucous of soil climate and physical foature that surfaces of tho system Prlco 75e icr render them most desirable for agriculture bottlo Sold by all Druggists Testimonial Rich rolling prairies ca free Halls Family Pills 25c or commerce pablo of raising Uio finest quality of farm products in luxurious abundance can still Evruv singer In a quartette can tell you bo secured at low prices aud upon most lib- three good reasons why tho organization eral lortnH and in many cases good pro Isnt absolutely perfect Elm Ira Garetto ductive rarmscan bo purcliaBcd for scarcely Abraham Lincoln Slorhn moie than tho yearly rental many eastern farmcis aro compelled to pay Reaching An Illustrated book unmarred by advertho principal cities and towns and tho tising containing stories and anecdotes told richest and most productive farming dis- by Abraham Uuienlu many heretofore untricts of this favored region Tho North published will 1m sent frtv to every person western Lino Chicago North Western sending or her noMress to the Lincoln Hy ofTcrs Its patrons tho advantages of Tea Co his Wajuo hid Ft ready markets unexcelled train service perfect equipment and all tho comforts Tin fellow who tells knows and conveniences known to strictly llrst wouldnt be half so Insnllei all ho ho only able If Maps tlmo tables knows all ho class railway travel tells Philadelphia Record nnd general information can bo obtained of ticket agents of cnnncctiiur Hues or by ad Tiwrnn nv For Bronchial nfTec dressing W A Thrall General Passenger tlons CoughsTimis et4 Piovwh lliinvrimt a Chicago Si and Ticket Agent Tkocues havo jimm tlielrefllcacy by a test 111 liy Chicago of many years 1 rk e S tents a box As a shell lias struck before vou hear the A uoht in hliiiiieU The cnnuibal who do- report of tho gun so slander does Its fatal worlc before tho calumulator cua bo lo-Â¬ vours hiscutertaiuer cated Cnrcic Colds and Bronchitis with Halee Honey of Iloivhound and Tar FrcMicta that Delude The lowlands breed miasma tho parent of Pikos Tootiiiu ho Dops Cure in ouo minute lulls and lever bilious remittent and other A IAitnu lew lazing at ones sweet- lonns of malarial disease HoHtettcrsStom ach Hitters is a sure defenso ncaiust them licart Lowell Courier all Nor is Jt less effectual as a safeguard against rheumatic and kidnev complaints caused by a wotting Dyspepsia liver iom- nervousness aro Iilaint constipation and Take it rcuuilailv It eradicated Â¬ 351 Shi that Isnt tho prisoner thats tfc maglstrato Pittsburgh Dispatch dorous looklng villain tho prisoner V4 bo afraid to got near him Her Husband a How beautifully Mrs Batikblll expressed herself In her address before tho club Wero tho thoughts her very own do you think Mrs Catehly Oh dear ycsl 8ho paid ten dollars Tor them she told mo Inter Old Ladt courtroom Watt a mur ll Brooklyn Life Snn Whore did Miss Fosdlck get bmf lovely golden hair from her father or kfr mothorl Maudo Sho must have got H from her father I notlco his is all goeu t Unlike the Dutch Process Sfilf No Alkalies OR Other Chemicals are used in the preparatloa of W BAKER H Jj5cu k C0S H Home BreakfastCocoa intra lthnamorethanthrMtim ehtch MMKhlOVK KOADIN Til A VIS COUNTY TKX Hulli on soft Mnck prairie nol by fiirmors un- tier rfticution of a county engineer PROTECT A tSoml THE TREES Ilivlcti tho Iliti nt on Wlitch JtiHt II HI HI w 1 If C V and laying the foundation of a grand Among the expired patents is ono for hystem of county roads 1 may state Rhe protection of fruit bearlmr trees that this county is about two thirds against Insect pests which has black prairie and the btihiucc mountain received the attention it deserves lever The land The black land furnishes a good device can be made of any thin metal dry weather road but a bad and often tin would be preferable on account of impassable one in wet weather The cheapness but copper would be tho mountain roads are lough but never most enduring The metal is so cut closed to travel and do not give the and formed that when applied to a tree travelers much trouble Komi improve Â¬ it resembles the frustrum of a cone as ment is therefore eon lined to our black at II Kig In the original it waa mud lanes For some years the county has owned a number of scrapers mule teams plows etc which were used for road purposes but the controlling pow Â¬ er deemed content to do small repairs ftGl and had no plan of road making Now we have a good grading ma chine drawn by twelve mules which excavates tho soil on the sides and dumps it in the middle of the road n Wo have leaving good ditches also got a stone crushing machine VI- Sdriven by stcair power for converting rock into road metal Our mountain formation is lime- Â¬ HG stone well udapted for road material in this climate where wo never have frost to swell and luave as in more There is northern climates plenty of good material being used in Â¬ deed more than plenty in fact more than double the amount ucccssury Our roads are being covered with crushed stone to a depth of twelve to eighteen Indies according to the vary held in phue by an elastic band whicn ing formation of the surface This is is not as suitable as a small spiral not thoroughness but waste Macad spring as shown by our drawing c am rarely put down a coat of material which passes over hooks or projections thicker than six or eight inches tho on its opposite endsand draws them toexception being tho near approach to gether making It lit snug around tho large cites where the traflle was con tree If the tree Is uneven or has cav tinuous and heavy if six ities In Its bark the clasping edge of inches of road metal ever made a good the projector can be forced or bent In Â¬ and durable road it would do so where to them so that a correct fit Is made they are now depositing eighteen These projectors are made at a very inches ight cost and can bo of the largest That is when the wasto comes Uy size by seaming together several pieces this management we are now getting of tin Tho lower edge can bo turned but one milo of road where we should up slightly to hold some repulsive have two and a half and that of a betÂ¬ compound or liquid us shown In Iig 3 The chief item of 11 but this Is not necessary for pro ter quality cost where convict labor and steam tection against tho canker worm for crushers are used Is for hauling Our which the device Is mainly Intended to farmers are arranging h do this volun- be used American Gardening It tarily by weekly turns seems to mo if the farmers in our Jlalxork lltittnr Vat Tent black land counties would unite In this The Ha brock butter fat test does not matter and press it upon their county show tho number of pounds of butter representatives instead of clamoring in tho milk The test is designed to and demanding impossible concessions show tho butter fat only and as butter from a paternal government they contains from 1ft to 20 per cont of other would be doing more to improve their matter such ns water eurd and salt condition and advanco the prosperity It is of course likely that tho yield of of their class butter will be considerably moro than Any comment on the foregoing tho test shows This excess may be seems to as to be unnecessary It from 10 to as much as 25 per cent more conclusively that the work of than the test in accordance with the shows improving American roads in much metbod used and the manner in which harder in contemplation than in reali- Â¬ tho butter 1b worked Of course the zation and although necessarily a moro water and salt that is in- Â¬ work of considerable magnitude it corporated with the butter the greater roust be apparent to tho thoughtful excess can bo obtained When a mind that the same character of ener separation is used and the cream la gy persistence and intelligence which handled in an intelligent way the Ions On the has produced such stupendous results of fat should be very slight In the development of other branches average 1 think the yield of butter exof our internal improvements mutt ceeds tho test ly about 15 per cent It eventually glVe to this country a con Â¬ could not exceed it as much as 35 per dition of public highways which will cent-- without making a butter that waj more fittingly represent its advanced very low in fat a M iDabeook Chemist Wisconsin Experiment Mtatloa civilisation -- i ood ttoads f 1 Â¬ Kxplrrd Â¬ Sucar And is far aaora soe nomicai coning lets man om ens vv It la dellcloua nourishing and SASxtr PiassTKD Said by Ororara aTarywaara W BAKER GODorohistirMatS -- ff K it 0bMolutJy and soluMt AS thettrenyth Cocoa mixed pi with Bturch otArrowroot er i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - -- r - -- w I UCAI TENDER NECKS Or any other spot where shaving ever causes Irritations I have done It for over 50 years for over 30 JYULLIUIN TRY MB I 1 t njii v l M North-West-er- I Mi MN I C THK unnblc to not it at your Drug Store send 10 oenta for a full size caue 10 J II WILLIAMS CO Glutonbary Ceaa XV Ml itna equnla custom work coiling froai 54 10 0 dcri value lor tno moaaj GMUIHN In tho world Name aad prin 1 Mam ped ou the bottom Ever 4JUCaalCSjNk pair warranted Take no aubttt VInvA tute See local njpera for tV I DOUGLAS S3 BHOl jt mr f Tim girl who laocs merely doos It aa a matter of form Philadelphia Record A nrHNiTioN Pa what Is a perquisite Puck An authorized steal my son I Wbrin7ET derhy mall bargain flKrWIim Hnea for ladica and gt rZ 3kcnen or acna ior jt TWiHk- jCivlnr l itnieuaaj -MllMesl II Mt hawtnu OUItT lltUiT-of dralera who puah our ahoea PmtaKefrte You caa g et thaM Tun weigh of tho world Is about fourteen ouuccb to the pound Iowa Gazette Yes man Is the stronger vessel but ho lias of ten to be baled out Cleveland Plain Dealer Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Fnw men aro so selfish as to bu unwilling to share their thoughts with others Rams Horn prospects His undo thinks of proposing to Mabel a rich widow Puck What aro CJeorges How I pity tho poor fellows whoso busi ness requires them to bo out on anight like uIb xaid tho policeman looking out from Â¬ rw um Ltxrr3mxt - ANTI RHEUMATIC AND ANTI GATARRHAL GHEWINQ IUM ourea and rreranta BeuBiatUm Indlawtlon 7 rioura aiarra ana aiumiu l r iiMAb ttm id km snft Knn yjmkv4 HALMS uhiu Teeth and Iromotaa tkaifnri Appetite Hwaataaa the Braatb Cure the Tobacco Habit Kn- i doried by tbe Medleal Facultr- Bead for M I w M Â¬ cvrwi v GEO R HALM akuiijii HflW tw 88th St ounruiuoui II New Tork Papa f Mi KNOWLEDGE BringB comfort tho side door Life Â¬ Dont allow yourself to grow old prematurely Keep enough summer In your heart to thaw tho whiter In your veins Kami Horn what Is your favorlto role By my faith ond Barnstormer Tla tho puyroll freely tell you burgh Bulletin mo bov Â¬ Â¬ Fiasr Bahnstoumku And may I ask Sec I Pitt wlL Well you may buy thateloaa but then vou must promise to leave mo la Oh certainly If I have Wife peace that cloak I can get anything else I want on Fllegeudo Blaottor credit HusnAxn They aro not on speaking terms you know Sho Why they aro dead lu Ho For that realovo wltli each other son they dont Bpeak they jUBt sit and gaze at ono another Boston Trauscrlpt Hr Oh didnt thluk ho ovor would yes Hes beeji ut work on It only a year1 Wf Dear mo Isut that a long tlmol didnt think so Were eugaged uow last Jack has finished my portrait I I I At Harpers Drawer every objectionable substance Syrup of Figs is for sale by all dreg GOOD gists in 60c and 1 bottles but it is man- Â¬ AUinTB ufactured by the California Fig Syrup VI lHNHAMS trWAHTKB k Co only whose name is printed on every package also the name Syrap of Figs and being woll informed you will not accopt any substitute if offered and improvement and to personal enjoyment when rightly used The many who live bet- Â¬ ter than others and enjoy lifo more with 96 in Scorcaer Mlba less expenditure by moro promptly clincher nsaamatln Hm ffimid adapting tho worlds best products to Maal toany blcyclobulltreRardletiof Brlua Cat tho needs of physical being will attest free Agenta wanted la evary town tho value to health of tho puro liquid Indiana lllcycla Co No 10 Z flu ladUaafona Iwt laxative ptiuclples embraced is tko remedy Svrup of Figs Its excellence is due to its presenting in tlio form most accoptablo and pleas-Â¬ ant to Mio taato tho rof resiling and truly beneficial properties of a perfect lax- Â¬ ative effectually cleansing tho systeu Tfimhen and Horn Powm dispelling colds headaches and fevers and permanently curing constipatioa M WUMELYCOLAFQHTC IND It has givea satisfaction to millions aad mot with tho approval of the medical fi U vim trtaaaaM tTJJ j profession because it acts on the Kid- Â¬ neys Liver and Bowels without weak Jr nwiaAgtML su ft IM cning them and it Is perfectly free row MoViolKfirai tends 2iSkVei3 NGINES FwS LUOKXS2lSffiS ZfiWWttB xtr yr -- ns GANGERrSr N FOR SORENESS OR STIFFNESS FROM COLD USE A A Â¬ ST JACOBS OIL IT RELAXES SOOTHES HEALS wMwr 6 I t CURES flgUaA aA faT wiurute rpfftas frem M KK 14 i T i1 KsU WeW Mf t f V v r fi w L Viihi vi P - i i i w r ii OV LTr i j v WV t -- M t v A r V t f s l39K3B f THfTMHff iffiiTii uT HUM RfXMCER COOPER v4 tf IVvtSib Hufls lvlfaS iMPCTTA oJCl Htra i If sV i x j i c HAZEL GREEN KY May 17 1804 Iuksday F f r TI PAGE YOULL FIND IT HERE lion John II AVllsoii of llarbourviile formerly congressman from this district will bo n Republican caudidatu forgovcrnor ytFlndlay0 Inul Kwlng a precocious yottth of fifteen committed suicide because Mb ardent IoVo Vfi8 spunfod by young girl Ocorgo Ross who murdered Kail lCnlil assistant postmaster at Cottonwood Fulls Knn was tnken by a mob and hanged from u bridge There is n mini in Ohio who bus madu 50000 with bis pony ami baa never written alino for publication except advertisements He sella thoroughbred hogs Lucius P Wilson was eleetrocuted at the Auburn N Y penitentiary last Sunday morning at ball past one oclock for the murder of Detective James Harvey last July Congressman William L Wilson linn ie turned to Washington from his trip to Texas and Now Mexico Ho is much recuperated in health and resumed his duties in the house Mrs Jako Shearer of Madison county Kentucky built a flro in her ben bouse to burn a lot of rubbish The litter was burned and so was the hen house buggy house and 1 N K t N t h h T mule jackass or Jcnnot to rim at large in any of the streets or alloys of said town Wlint tho Ilcnriom t TIhj Jlcmtd Mny ho shall bo fined fifty cents for caqh offense Shortly Kxpoct and tho Marshal is aulhoiitcd nnd shall take such nnimnl in charge aud safely keep until 0 91 ToNOn Pamc Fla May tho flro so imposed is paid aud a rcasonablo Hon Siknckk Cooitu fee for taking caro of tho fame not to ex ceed fifty cents per day to be nllowcd by Ilnzcl Green Ky as costs My tlcnr phi frlcnd I have commenced the Polico Judge aud taxed Estrays and Empounding today n description otwhnb I nm inclined Any milch cow ox steer cnlf goat sheep Anjoricna oldest build to think may be large within tho 11 Its of or hog running lug I thought Id touch on acvcrnl said town shall nt deemed nn cstray in nnd it bo things but from tho wny J atnrt oil I shall be the duty of the Pound Master to post a written or nm inujinctl to think I nmy conbumo us empouud said animals aud printed notice nt soma nubile place In tho much spaeo with this hh you will havo town of such action giving a description of when empouudod Pro nt my disposal I bcliovo I enn mnko it said animals and ownership of said estray vided That if the Do is know to thc Pound Master ho shall bo well worth tho apace it will occupy not htugh nt mo until you hear my ar- notified at tho first offense to remove snid estrays from nnd keep them off tho streets gument I ohall take my grubbing hoo and alleys of said town nnd after tho first nnd lunch nnd upend nnothcr day at this offense no notico shall bo deemed necessary served When notico has old building beforo I hcih copy for tho should tho owner of been stock fall as stated or refuse tho nrtlclo to remove from the streets nlleys or high no shall It is evidently nn old Spanish mission Mays of the town said tock so running no nt fined one dollar for each head nnd reminds mo much of those old mis large aud at the expiration of 21 hours tho The Pouifd Master Htous in tho immediato vicinity of San cstray be empounded shall receive the following fees for empound Antonio Texas of others in Now Mexi Â¬ ing each head Milch cow ox steer or calf co and of Homo I saw in Chihuahua fiOc goat or sheep lfic hog L5c In addi Xncutccna Agucrt Cnlientca nnd City of tion tothe fees as enumerated he shall be allowed a reasonable fee by the Polico I noticed some mag Judge for keeping said estrays which shall Mexico Mexico nificent views of this old mission in Now bo taxed as costs Smyrna post office and some of your Dog Fighting 13 readers will corroborate my story anv nerson shall cause docs to en- If gago in fighting in said town or shall fur1 am pretty buay thia week but I hope nish u dog to be used iu fighting he shall to get my letter off by Monday next be fined two dollars for each offense I am thinking somewhat of paying Racing on Streets Stir the M If anv person shall be engaged diWolfe county a visit this fall peoplo up on tho question of a turnpike rectly or indirectly in running a horse race or race or or It would anymulethe streetsruiinintr a horse saidmule in from Torrent to Hazel Green town or alleys in of bo tho best inovo Wolfe county could either riding or driving iu said race he shall make The saving of time of wagon be fined ten dollars for each olleusc wear of comfort tho saving of horse Sale of Estrays flesh tho stimulus it would give tho inlo If the flue and costs assessed in sec crease in travel the introduction of bi- Â¬ tions 7 11 and 12 are not paid by the de fendant within ten days it shall be the duty cycles the everything in lino of progress of the Marshal to advertise and sell the would causo you to wonder how you property in custody as property is sold un der execution to the highest bidder nnd have lived so long without it after paying the fine and all costs there be any amount remaining the Marshal shall Ever your friend pay the remaining amount to the owner of L C Dimauii said horse or other property so sold JbHOM fflOIUDAÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ t V 3 t J fii 1 iff M lt v r v When in Lexington call on L G STRAUS Leading Clothiers who carry a larger line of CLOTHING and sell for less money than any house in the bluegrass capital A Watch free with every purchase of 5 or over Â¬ Â¬ - v K - R J- l If any person in any stnire play interlude show exhibition oV public perform nllvto EXHIBITION ANNUAL FIFTH ance speech or lecture jestingly or ijrofane THE The Chicago Itccord wants to know that ly curse or swear he shall be lined live dolIf it is true as the census bureau alleges lars for each ollense that thcro arc 100000 more married men in or tup Disorderly Conduct tho country than there are married women I If any person be guilty of acting in a what in the name Hymen arc those 100000 quarrelsome boisterous or disorderly manmen married to ner they shall be fined not less than live Just after the morning seryico last Sunday dollars nor more than twejity dollars in wbiqb Dr T Do Witt Talmage had ie Disturbing Worship Schools or viewed bis twenty five yeass service ns pas Assemblies tor of the church the Hrooklyn Tabernacle T If any person shall interrupt or dis was found to be on lire and in a few minturb a congregation assembled tor or en utes was totally destroyed gaged in worshiping God or shall interiupt Tho residents of Norwood Ohio a suburb or disturb any school or seminary while the of Cincinnati nil went to a circus the other students of the saine arc engaged in their night and thcioves took advantage of the studies or under public examination or dis WILL 11K HEM turb any assemblage of the people met for opportunity to rob thirty houbes Tho bur- or engaged in a lawful purpose the person glars had horses and wagons and made a so nflcndiug shall be lined not less than live September 5 6 and 7 1894 wholesale haul Over 10000 worth ofgoods dollars nor more than twenty dollars for each offense wore taken It is rumored that the per capita for comBreach of the Peace mon schools this year will be 3 per pupil 0 If anv person or persons ho guilty of will tins voar be conducted instead of 285 as last year This is nlj a breach of tho peace they shall bo lined conjeoturc ns tho census reports have not or dealt with as provided by the General yet been returned to the stnto superintend Statutesofof this Commonwealth relative to strictly as a mountain institu- Â¬ tho peace breach ent and nothing can be known until tho Studs and Jacks Hitched on tion and our mountain people returns nro tabulated Seven armed men rode into Southwest Streets and Alleys aro thus assured their City Mo recently and while two ttood 7 If any person shall hitch a stud horse guard nnd two others held tho horses three or jackass on any of the streets or alleys in will be protected town shall be fined not exceeding entered a bank with a sack nnd secured said dollarsthoy each ofleuse and it shall be interests two for between 3000 and 4000 with which they tho duty of the Marshal or Police Judge of escaped after firing one hundred shots nnd said town on information or personal knowl edge of anvsuoh horse or jock being so wounding four citizens hitched to Elrod a photogrnphor of Louis- aud put in have tho same immediately taken Chsrlton a stable and there safely keep ville was Inst weok arrested for complicity until tho line so imposed cost of keeping In an Adams express robbery in Tennessee and costs aro paid and for taking care of some timo ago A maij named Hardin was aud keeping said ahorse or jack the marshal reasonable fee not to ex shall be allowed tried at Louisvillo on tho same eaargo re- ceed fifty cents per day to be allowed by cently and acquitted but his rearrest last tho lolice Judge and taxed ns costs And paid in Cash without dis- Â¬ week led to tho arrest of Kl rod Shooting At 0 oclook Sunday morning at Wheel 8 count of any Jund Now Anv norson cuiltv of shootinc anv iiifWVa George Ulakeinore aged sixteen iron ims within snid town limits shall bo shot his father Frank Dlakemore twice fined not exceeding five dollars for each of mountain people prepare through the heart killing him instantly fense except in defence of ones self family slaughterwhen necessary in The father a dissolute character had bien or property or your stock and produce and ing tho morning tried drHk all night and in License for Shows etc bo on hand to compete for lo foreehts wile to give him tho sons wages 0 All shows concerts or any exhibitions to bay liquor for which nn admission fee is charged At a early hour Wednesday morning of owner or proprietor thereof shall pay a tho these handsome prizes li G Bush week the Wn of Ambrose caoh performance in which cense or tax for near BlkiH Ky was burned with all its admission is charged as follows If exhibit iguFor further particulars exhibited in innjfajgeoitUting of lot of hay harness ed in a house two dollarsfiveIfdallars This undoubt- - a tent or under canvass liniMjlWiil iJHplcHient It was to school or church address tho Socretary Pre- Â¬ iSSKta diary A higllud was blowing ordiuanco shall not apply entertainments Mid ti aparka Mt 8 re to a large straw riuk miums will bo announced in a v Indecency dbtauee away and It also wm BOM 10 If any pcnwHba guilty of any inde cent conduit no shall be fined two dollars short timo hearse aud harnww for each offense glut A fine itelMi condition suitable for thU Honei Mules in and Jen- Â¬ Pres Terr chwtp unci on wy terms ooain nets Running at Large if mid at ottoe Inquire at the Hkkald 11 A KASH Secy w It If any penton khall permit his hone oOm 3 Â¬ Â¬ contents OoV ilrown has appointed fourteen dele gates to represent Kentucky at the southern intcr dalc immigration and Industilal con vention to be held at Auguxtn Ja com mencing May ItO The statu board of enunliutiou has concluded its labors The total taxable value of property in Kentucky as cquitlixcd Ih 571283802 the boaid having added 10 733li0 to the assessed valuation Coxey and bis followers having been treated like any other trumps by the Wash ington authorities he and they have di opped entirely out They would never have created any Interest but for the newspapers WyaitTatc the notorious Monroe county Alabama desperado was shot and killed near bis homo by Murdoch Fountain a young farmer Saturday night There was a largo reward for Tates capture dead or Â¬ Riding or Hitching on Sidewalks Â¬ ORDINANCES 1 15 Any person guilty of riding or hitching on the sidewalks of said town shall be lined one dollar for each ollense Â¬ t Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ aud fail to remove said Profano Swearing obstruction within twenty four hours after If any perMiu shall profanely cuise or having notice from the Marshal to remove swear they shall be lined one dollar for each the same shall be lined at the rate of five ollense aud ever oath shall be deemed a dollars per day for each day such obstruction remains after receiviiu such notice separate ohene Should the pet son so ollcndiui fail or refuse to remove said obstruction the Mar Drunkenness the same atpl he 2 If any poison shall be drunk they shal shall remove for the service toallowed be al a reasonable fee lined oi e dollar for each ollense shall be lowed by the Police Judge aud taxed as If the ollense mentioned in this ordinance or the preceding ordinance be committed in costs W O MIZK Chairman B T tho presence of the Police lodge he may instantly without further proof inflict the Attest penalty of tine or fines W II Nicktil Clerk May 10 181M leys of said town Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The following ordinances passed by Removal of Obstructions the Trustees of liael Green on Monday 17 Any person having an obstruction of May 11 are NOW in force and eflect any kind on the streets or sidewalks or al Â¬ WALTER AWOOD 1894 Always at the front in design style and quality of our Jesting or Profane Swearing MOWERS HAY RAKES TUBULAR STEEL MOWER 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 M Â¬ Â¬ Haze 4 flVCMMi hay rake Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Talr i that WALTER A WOOD MOWING AND REAPING MACHINE CO y MWi Â¬ m Â¬ wjiicy 0VIPiHF- - It ENULQ5ED GEAR REAPER HARVESTER AND BINDER 11 See W W REED Mt Sterling Ky for prices CITY STORE AT YOUR DOOR I I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ For the benefit of the ladies fo Harel Green ami vicinity I luive ononoil NfcUAL FURNISHING GOODS STOUK at my resiil nee in Hazel Green im1 wii J50plete lino of the following articles whfch will be sold a the 10 VF X rmlSnu ITnttt Silks mid Vulval Ladies Glnvon Hat Trimming Ilihbons Underwear Handkerchiefs Ladies Toilets Curlig Irons Whalo Hones wooicn uress iioous uroiuing Paints Ginghams Lawns c Whale Hone Casings Silk Laces black and white Muslins White Goods Laces Embroideries Ladies SHnmr Dress Shields Corsets Veilings Infants Caps Complete line of Hosiery Dress trimmings umureuas rowels Mastics etc etc Buy Your Hats of He and Get Them Trimmed Froo if Charae My stock will embrace evory article of Ladies wear in the latest J r city as ell as many other notions too numerous to I win niJ lft nV8a MAKING and will cut and make dresses to DpSS Ie the f cutting bv the aldington Cutting Machine wl tie wa J 51 H1Ue Worlds Fair 1803 jjtfrMlss LAURA ltAWLlNGS of Covi bly known to the of this vicinity will be my i a respectfully sollcilcd and satisfaction guaranteed Very res eetfullv lula Htl 1 S iw frft SYri reUl FRED DAY Â¬ Mrs lt Â¬ Â¬ HOFFMAFS FIRE ASSETS OVER LOSSES PAID Best nnd MOST RELIABLE Agency in Eastern Kentucky Rates Rcasonablo 1 ho Safest LIFE ACCIDENT 27K farW Â¬ Jackanei H F PIERATT Address A HOFFMAN Mt Sterling 26000000 tMWWvT Ity L is Q K m wfc2as3neisn mi m wk tSMiii ldNHKMHHHlHH as mi - nt1 th rmffmmp - i v T J - x 8PEN0ER COOPER vaa 3RSF WWff5lff5S Wl m WlPAUfSH B silt wKins Editor Tiiuhsday HAZEL GREEN KY May 301894 ANNOUNCEMENTS to innounee lOSKIII KhNllAM of Floyd county Kentuckv as a candidate for ress from the Tenth M of the Democratic party toiiLresM onul District Ilrlnrixl Ionj For Congress uiililwt V t xr ii V1IV f 1 1 M I for Congress from the Tenth OonjrisHiomil District KiihJLVt to the iictlou of the Demo cratic part v iiiriiiiitliirlaMl to announce MAUCTS U IilSLh of Clark county as n ouutlliltitu Â¬ Ilunn told Mine In III Flrtfttxtln-cnl-ilic- r l i II I Wells of the Cincinnati Tin and HlrjHJ fllt MtoK- hi t jn umu Japan company of Cincinnati gnvo n Hu ivut Hi a M1 lFlJO a public exhibition of the Stcmpel lire When this question cops nrounil tho iiiisinens rireic tlicnnnwcr conichnncK W I l 1jJo liiiyiiik iieeil IU vT il 11H ITIin- in- nun vhii iilom lt uivu i iiu num nuns iur iiie iiriii iiiiiuen liline extinguisher at Market plarc There were present about 400 people among them Chief Fire Marshal Moyera Mayor Thomas Chier Ooodson Dr Jim Wise and other representative men i ifo i i ui vi iiniiui riiA h in uMW rfflMoiIyyeWiJ Tho test was niiulo with n largo num NO Tl M K but MOltK fiOODSU Oft l- ber of boxes piled about 12 feet high KJf -- rnTTTfilnKr jEfc NIK MOXKY than can lie had elsewhere X it jjYtMkilBBLt filled with fine kindling wood all satVi ry resect rilly CArPTON KY jS j urated with sovora gallons of coal oil It sent upa llame 10 feet high They iiuLwxjia iimrtortit kept putting oil on until tho Haines drove jix i fillli T il JUIVTJT1 i jjjxsun ill lJ rrii i them back The lire was allowed to This nretniunl snddlu s iI ch f H i KU thd ciikoii of I81M Wtlfo WifnlK HqW burn for somo time anil it looked impos itsiVMiifs t iii MM Qrwtk KyitiWW sible to put it out When this jvonder coll Is Iburevt vr hiAWIft iWYllnWrfhwmi ful little machine was turned on it put it lWloiifottffliUIllaltlltJ yilJ tin nliif out in less than 10 seconds and the crowd cheered It is indeed a wonderful itiiilc 7tJFrlrTpUfrioPhtjilcjlldtHanliH muihino for extinguishing lire It is recommended to all property owners i i W1M1 ffittiUttAfay IH5gSBiSBySSgSSggMBBtigggaffiFrffr S5isi55S8lBf stxz II lis iWlinlsYniirFrifiiiil aw n - jMU 5 - - k-s- m-j in T T TJ Kt rlrff--MtH4UilliifiLfc rHMli1iiKiiji4lif 11 i nur itivii -- - - - tll vs f iiiv ic Â¬ W ifv t vxfYVrwi IlliH1 L niiv J TAVIAOMerchandise Dealer in General nn va flfliTi Rn dlta liowegi trices rr ttr n-n- lriHi Largest Stock4r For Sheriff itiVlV several days past been up in the iiiyamluUu valley of West Virginia and the Hig Sandy valley of Kentucky in the latter about IVarfield looking about in company with Capt Allen of lIuntinjMnn for a proiu iin territory for the location of both oil and gas wells Mr Troutmnn made an experiment near this city one year ago without success beyond the estab lishment of a linn conviction that this section hold both oil and gas in tremendous inutilities Upon his return to Â¬ Â¬ to aniiouiicc SAM WISOX hh a candidate for sherill u uoiisvjii V iv Have you bought that wagon von have nt Wolfe countv Hiihject onlv to the will of the people at the polls in November lSiH been talking about for the last months If not call and see me when you come For Justico of tho Peace to Mt Sterling and I will sell you the MO lire authorized to nmwmiin IAMIN II SICMASTIAX of Davshoro as a candi Mitchell the best wagon on wheels in date for Justice of the fVaec for the Hazel the world and no Ferris wheel about it Hruuii mid Lee City Ministerial district Respectfully Third llnoe iimlliiion Sti subject to the action of the Democratic par either ty Primary election May JO 18i ElQiT6iiiLr Vltftcrling IMMCINNATI O We arc authorized to announce It M OK You can roliiAc that lcadache you Wo curry the goods that will suit your1 i ll ot Millwater as a candidate for Justice have by intyinga box of Megriiniue at trade and our jiriees a re TIIR ol the Peace for the llollv and Stillwater fpceiiil attention gi en t umil orders Vii n u district suhjeet to the action of the Demo P iir iiriiMji- inure if ivill OHiy COSt cratic party Priniarv election Mav till f0 rents and is sold on a positive guarllIMSK AMOS HAV IS fJ T illlKHTV KV antee Wjarc authorized to announce II wi ru KS T uf lillmorc reek as a candidate tor re election to the otlice of Justice of he Tiik IIjitAMHlliunow has morejmnt--er- s Peace for the Hazel irccn and IeeOitv disstjttliiiiQy1 than any other similar trict subject to the action of the Democrat 6L0THING establishment in Eastern Kentucky and MANUFACTURER Sic primary election May if yottvnnt prinilrig of any kfticl this is West PenH St re CI3INXATI f The initio of Kasteru Kentucky inerohantH TO TKV l OK VS AXI OIL place to get it the is respectfully solicitei I ritltlmiK Men Miikln Kxpei lmeiitK In Must Pull Up siijilc s tin HIb Sandy Valley 11 SWANUO A Washingthnpecial of May says T c ioiixsiin Aii Ashland Ky special ol the Oth Hazel tJrceii taiuptoii The health pfliecrsof the district have inst says Messrs Haymaker and Trout decided that tho Uoxoy aii is a nuis man littsburp have for thorizc Covington Post SirNCKit CooiKH Hazel recti Ky Agent for Wolfe and Morgati counties louis stix mtiits i im - do THE MILD POWER OUJil a Dry 1 Groods JISr Co Â¬ NOTIONS Etc J re for ftvrul uiornlniiMliiHUM hoiucH years nold iififlitr f huii any Niiddle ieprelneWntiiulrrtincftlrrnnd iirllnnuitiicv KehlfiWyi KifrluAuiDiiiaii can show whn for years In crotuUj lireiuvretl Hrmllc HrAtn iit1i nml ftir Iivit IhlrlT vidrt liT Iha he is for himself HJu colts Kiuiille from yeoplp tvthh onttrp iucctm Every tnglo Spoclno cIiiks of iiuiruM Any inure that can out u tinv oHMViUnVrnlMUfrtlM h ip6MM eufe fiir thulUwto nniiwu iWtf lWleill two jncyciu AUKUiiiruKKinKlurKiiiKnrnHiHcini inonyidvmniKi are uiMeiiicudeeuuiu j ihlilu ribhhisj 4lr 4pf7rOuJjjr hiK Iieuicdic4 pi mo ttoria S3ttTrtlCKtl l JQ JJI Y Ho H Jt m lun i irr u inuiiiL LlllL tonKcotlonii ri1rt imlhUortiii5 1 Fever tU5 f Varn4fc WortMIVrer Vorm Cotkv ii w 1 imik JU J m tCIIIIIIKl rll rMlM UVhilrtiuA1 Oft1 HUMPHREYS ul -- QiUUMol l idaL HveilJ Middle Jmrsat fill ilain Jv Kxnro Slashuui tli ilnni lv iiiiibrhottonV Kiitle prcuiioii Na half brother to HocnnVnltor din liHrVMif 1 x 1 lMMlitdlKHtiiuwc im jMIr hnslu 4 Ilftrrhen ofCtilltlrunorAlultMI5i U5 a IycntorrOrlptig lilllotu Colic LU5 O -- Ji - J H 7 Uoighi CtiolrOIoVbilKVoinltlntf Mmmm rl1U A v - tl lloadaclicfi Neurilttlu oldnjPronclillJu TiWthndw KAiTnche HWk Uewjftcbp VorttKO JlllloiMiinui iNilmtljintlAH 25 fid iKslKIVMhAfiliiOrirlliiifCcMtllHUVMilcUnr season nionev is pahl Â¬ 11 - 1 IS 13 HupprcHMed or Painful VurloUt WlillUMiTwo PnifiiHO 1erlivU Â¬ Bettman Btros - j5 JM JH 10 nnnthhiJ ill AmUiun Uppnftl Inipnlrc llcnrlngI 22 Kur OJiMiliarucs OlniHlB SVMlnt JX Sirofuln Knlnrssl Jl4Jciirrnl DpIiIIUv lJiylalAVenJu Koatity St cretlAli 25 2 2 17 l7PlleHIllnt orlliHUliWinkJ5jrrv V23 plitliiliir Poreor U3 Oliirrh Inlluonrn Cold In UnllUiid v3 ISO VVJionplnir Cviiuh 23 Iropiytnit eiiSlckue 23 t2 roniit rmrynaltln lloowmerii Itlieuw KriDlppldB Imptloui lUipimiAtlcruliu mieiioiuiloior Ktjmr hlll unit Akuo Mitlarln v25 M 251 23 i 25 25 U5 25 4fii liiiifdHlijihf CHf7tdl yffiVVH o4tis Tli pfiiV liriglit hay with uood ihauc and the brand iMlreilbvUiiiirriiiioiiuvlA InUit nfb WiliSVIldhlwr iwviflollTii Kifctftokv jw mmmwmwrn krss rjAoSIcolnvlilij8 two 11111 flHeVhlllll XH uAitn Ictuit MUj Bck- - 23 23 25 25 llltiftty l Ik Aperilla iiilAnnIevaryiHijpcc o 1 30-Urlut- MV- Â¬ ance and dnngqrous to the public health The commissioner- have notified the AVill practieo in the V tIiV Miiiuty and circuit courts Iollcctii u iroinptly made camp that It mustbe taken up in and abstracts of title twrn ished on short forty-eight-hours attoiusexvx TW Murix ai 5 Â¬ L a ifiiiiiiT rIlphllierlnf UlvvruKHiJoreTliroot CouUCAllona in Ynilbni 33 Chroulc n Kidney lMttvimea Sor fll0UtbwPuiRerj r WeiiUuijiiilveUlngDcil KicKnesg mn lmtfEWti Wfinillll Hl JiWJiR lvrii 23 23 23 23 23 23 rieETHCMl Wlln SiW euWlMnAFlMlf1 Jfilif llia I Vf -- 2L Kl 1 Jioticc 15 In cases where daudrull sealpdisiase- winr falling and grayliess of thn hair appear do not neglect them but apply a proper remedy and tonic like Halls Hair Ke WHOLESALE DKY GQlOfti newer NOTIONS 061 BliOESjc Ietlly OATLKTTS BUIW KY H lie blllty Ncrrou JuoJuutry ftwitml Wenk- tu M or Jfcohnruiilil 32 IUeneof lie JUHrtliUplUtJon 0 l Vitus Iaui iilpo US EpllrpHy ot muI fl d on rtrlC of riq- ftMd If IWucicUt DlC llliyHBktMVLn4 NiUXK jIUXniltMH MKPro M I 1 1 BXTRA HUMBBRS LIi n 1 i j9 J J k uiisc7 ti ilil SrffsKtlllillfl t k m IMIJJIIOM n 1 WlllUn SI Xw Yarfc SPEOIFIOS WITCH HAZEL OIL HUM jnL W I MK Jnt - nv Illy n Y a 0 J Uni Jllil 1tlft in fm TiIU PHREYS Pittsburg he interested the Haymaker iros in the project with the result that another and more substantial ollorf will he made in one of the sections above named Permits are already held fur the piping of the gas in case it is struck in sulllcient unntitios to the hulf tlozei towns eliHtered about here The move ment this time has a business like ap pea ranee and there is much interest evinced in the matter Samuels it King Ml Sterling is tho place for the ladies to yet line dress goods and trimmings and they can alwas find there the very latest in fashion and the lowest in price When you go down to that city call and see them or if you are not going just now and hubby is why just get him to buy you that nice dress pattern he promised you It is a iiea ii tv KuUIiik Uovoiiiio Is possible only when the flood is pure and igoious To oxjiel anil other poisons from the cir-Â¬ culation the superior medicine is A V KITS JSarsaparillu It impart permanent strength and ellieienc Jo every organ of the body Jifstiirn tion to perfect health and strength 1 LONG LIFE WW B LOCAN Boo Druggist t Is -- WINCPIEjSTER your pairounge Is desired the citv Ki Iidl A I THE PILE OINTMENTi Mail orders proiniitlv iitteiulnll HUlllllKSlii0 lit For FIlM Kxtornnl or Internal Jlllmt orllleoUn Fl tuJiiin AnOi ltclilucorlllt oi liitfiof tblucUim Tlio rolliT l iiiiiiieomie Uio euro certain TRIAL 8IZB 1 OTS1 PRIOB 50 OTBi P11 r DruirllOr --m pol uM ot l Mtilntuf irlf fUiulmH -- it II 1 to mH wJkmi iiii j m re- - Results from Using bert Kansas City Ks writt s I am convinced that after havim boon sick a whole year from liver coni Ayors Sarsaparllla saved lldit I illl lllsf lllivutijiiliu luiliir linilmy life A - FLOYD IIYUD CauijiUwi ifiMiT Ky r i in eeuanain il niLl KY xW men Anr r Dotfhle rfiAl 113VllllImHINEW VOIIK in t tfcffift wZB irmmELmfini rTTT7lr1 - httifthtrtfJnZ- HAZEL GREEN m mwiwmwm lUA ii IfljifiWetfihvfciwaij Oreflij Ky AVERS Sarsapitrilln INIttrv Schu- Â¬ ATTOIWlflY-AT-IiAW- - of tltlu Airnihedrollcn tions nfadc and proinlt Vi tiuiis1 j uarinteed Connected with lie law firm iilWmklt lt fetching Ky uncivil pnikuticc k t j Iv w w I yc v - -- to help me and having tried tli7ee other projirieinrv meuieiies without Iieiiotit L at last took Avers Sarsaparllla Tho junnifc an a eompiDio euie nco llten J have lecoiumeudod this medieiuu to others and always with success A HOWARD fcritUni03Rf CAMlTOxV ArrOKNKV-AT-l- M 11J m Wiift nod 1fWl Kiiiroly otJt1 witnpiur wiiicuwneuwi Hijs nndfiiddl Horscjl parted CO tlUUUl HtVfel lUtViim 1 IVrties coivcy1 CdilV foe hiiw llQHniMiUhp i veurH old eil to any point oniYiffon Tthlrtcrmrf iij HUWiro Hh Appeeisiiiffil mJJm nuc J j Tw frr n T viiiov ii Slnljlo money no wheil colt is rofiici Iron Ii ijiiiiApi Aleck 1IoUIII JfMincitKl rusciiiri i iVyfti W Jnt JO W 1JV1- The state board of equalization com- Â¬ Prepared pleted its labors on Wednesday and ad journed sine die The result of tlieii work shows the grand equalized total of all property in tho state to be 571281 802 or a raise of 107I3 Ifli over the The grand equalized assessed valuation total shows a decrease of 2tr7ir274 aa compared with last year due to the col Â¬ lapse of several Eastern Kentucky boom towns and the general depreciation in the value of personal property Sarsaparilfa J Cures ly IV J C A yer Co fWERS Will praetieo in he courts of Wolfe iindtlm adjoining counties All husiiieKS entrusted to our care Mill receive prompt attention hWl Inrb AHIWffMHKbirWMtMWtt il wllJioA WllWfilLn others will cure you Lowell fllH- - f iEELer OKA - ttmngei tnut not modem IKit IV in nli iftMci and bI coalcst Trorkinp pateMt plmplt HTafPi v0- - conipayt and iriot r ou or aI i WW Hardware Jp Or and KY Steel LEXINGTON Tho Ma rfiri Firo Arm Ccm XinrJlA r vimCW - iri iit i i iijhi tiiLi v fi KTnvV vsi 1 Hi Tvj i when 7olNTfciri antliing in tho f WOY JJtSltfWli W ffm liUiMH 71 WJwealr 11 i a OuA v -- That suit you now have on is just a little bit seedy for Sunday wear and it costs so little to have a new one that you ought to invest at once When come down to Mt Sterling drop in see how cheap we aro selling a real suit Why you can get something nobby for 12 Come nod see us yuu and nice real V wS y-IfJ r k5wN 7 know it Twill fur Â¬ nish you goodHWbrfh the money and YOt Will liaYO OtAHANTBK J f I 1 at is the lJ 1u piv onVrfi ilylncPoliartt Ki rr i W a f VriurxV r-v - r I thiKiuto YnitUUiwAi i ituiixliclu v i -- - wvi un ta ltfelJ wfiAi vrwiiwt r V Jiomo wliort can 1180 it Jxospoctfully jffCioop WiTOj 3 611 SOUTH r i mtTTT ttJ j u x aj wllil the cdlchm MfetfotitiUwIio MiTTTT ft to tho hands of anv iVnt rolinhln Policeman Frank Hal shot anil mor- Â¬ tally wounded James Davis at Middles pooplo whim you tiro looking fifr n im Davis was CLOTHING boro Wednesday afternoon WulFolMn largoA LJ resisting arrest when shot Hall is under liouso in Contra I ICnnttieky HAZEL iMiinT KY and arrest and tho citizens arc indignant nuikon speoialtyof 700 and 10 Ik tho only finn in tho town which huni dlcH tho iutljr eclehratcd Ilorrrneil tjm Cmii Stiits AVith oviy auijL for Mon of appeals reversed the The court of Leander llfsuor of Magoffin county wo giyo ti gnantntootl lovor niovo from the whdljik Iioiino ofT who was convicted of manslaughter and mont dust proof WATCIT AND a new trial on the ground CHAIN vitKK grunted him jl- Wlilihitnin I n millli llliu me jur mob iiMruptriy urawn P IOKTOIIOUTH OHIO A from tho drums as provided in the act UvAm 0C V of May 1893 LEXINGTON ICY Shakt TitiMiiu Dkntok C- PT Tn - T F i n rT IK liii i CARR rH4 itylKy i- - 9l Ju riHlMcf ful- - In vitop rfrrticrHf ayl ifluiijlije It lcfore iWitVli flftlnV DV Jm77i--- f HKN WILLTARrsnw A flfk BrorfMi jlin Hi irwiKifi inouenih il aCTii MTVJrVrX5RH7rM Jft WA M rnAfTAtfT Dlllll or lyV PKWrftvn - rntliQfttLr r n r kIUlll- - Ii M wicotiniHdrHJiXaJU itflvja a1 womtljp vJl Lljni JllUr r I mad J 1 rcstnrPH ilininnYt Wifi elifi 6S fcTAttWaHff Anjiri 3- HMifAVUtu 1 4i flitliQ ncrvca fll y -- ttVUlcbnvTHbb1H0ti IP1lfrWtfeall H iiwlmi- iJVIJIUHJKI whosuflbr inuni un R D MOORE ben Hkertfeyhir - ck Boots and Shoes narawarej Cutlery 0ATft nrrtsnVjiteKV unjif iii w H i i 3ssartfeRss JifivJl iaVs iwubiHlCKJuigU -- Vp Li- 1 I frit f JO nfw mM JJ CP Tracy do hii JterflilftHtl i loWtff i i tti i J IV isli tMrtkHfcAriy KNVKLOlKM MffiialPisiraWBWiftKKJJ jQHI BawaMfinm Mo I A iUni iiKrm 4rk ijE i ur 7 y EfolHVfcp IMHAXKiatliKlkWjtiy W Ti T ryu T i n mfttf4 i 1 -- rnWCL v 71 i MftpM r lltlKMtAMyHy JU T Xi rWVf NI V M - MHmI SjnJfcp iJliilLllI 1 V Mil I ii ii i mm VUItflilrnlnlHvlllc Jo M Kendall of Floyd county Jllon ahd candidate for tho Democratic noml lotion for congress in thin district gave the Times ofllco a pleasant call todays always rcmcmbcM Us fellers when lo is in town No ono doubts Jo Kcfl palla popularity in this county no one ylll doubt for a moment that he is as deserving and gallant a young Democrat Us over nuked n favor if tho people Mr Kendall hcciiih in tho best of spirits and bnfidout of victory riricf although ho lbfl8jitwjth porno very unpleusant hut prises lie still retains tho nerve and grit which is characteristic of him lie thinks the Tenth congressional district is not Jpr salo yet arid that the hope jw tho poor man for his son ana tho ainbi tidnof eWcrvlugyotiiig mpn of Kentucky will not bo crushed upder the foot of might lnintiville Times fti Ctmvlet Likes Me Mora Thnn Frankfort Warden Ceepw JCy V iV lfc 8 Hioed MJWlter Who UhUs iHlUflW tfc llke ffi9l4tprfgy mh fave It - iiHiwiRyv iMt wti Blade Mk I would I am licrc tlift feW WMki I am fM4ooreyearstie rw T J t v Jtbis finding a wife Morgan Messenger II K Hurt Nomlniitoil Mrs Lou Day requests us to say that The Democratic congressional convenshe has a supply of oranges lemons etc tion at MAysvillo on the 9th inst was which she is selling cheap f ono of tho largest and most enthusiastic Samuel Dugan committed suicide at everlbcid intlmlutli Ky district It Owensboro on Wednesday hyi jumping was a regular love feast as there was no contest Hon R Iv Hart of Fleming into tho Ohio The deceased was 55 w unanimous choice of the conven years of age Family trouhtewni tlio tui lie js a young man biit has an cause iSlo rncord having represented his Buy your writing paper at this office two quires for only If centsrfIt is the mes in tho legislature c0 meYoull like it ol ut ops indorsed the present ad best ftnd urged all Democratic UN Ill nptioli vjow tb aid it the immediate parage torjifT reform measure Senators who IDTCRGSTinG EXTRACTS From CorttKpoiKltiitH wffe or oppose tho passago of such Tho person who owns an lClectropoise uiuro werQ doijouncqd as tVnitors possesses a treasure of immense value Jrik snttcches wore made bv Attornev nerarfrendrickQpucrif WHt Hardife iWijO Florence A vena Ky luo Elcctropoiso1 is a quick euro for insomnia I am much improved in every is the finest piro white way Q M Phillips Hradfordsvillc So Clean tj soflpioveri introduced bpre It is bettor Ky Tho physicians will have to adopt the tnah bUnmore Bouet for the toilot superior to tvBry foV fine laundry and Electropoiso in their practice Dr A 1 aboad of Sapollo fpr tlio kitchen One Ulovc Bedford Ky Wo Iuivcl hud good results in curing icakclOc iJ for 15c t 4 f6r 2Gc feeldat Â¬ OJMK KaoiitOiLWijP Cash drop H- thij dkyrny lime in out n and seo you on living crca rmJl 9BflPVVfl J and pay you jtorwh6 tulctlfitjSuys i ootls from tliis UE Mr filoord I am olork in tho office of Jfientuclty chair company and am tho j j outside all tho tlmo lut Sunday niicl I mUJKl to pay jv r J 1 atway ljAtfc to scq Sunday come I go Bometimeg hut I to heart the sinters talk ml its mark lit tlie toiuosl go to hear Brother Cbopcr I will noVcr 4 piuiiMcie of lotiitiy joilriiiil Kxamino tlio date after your name on and may be be in Lexington on tho I an giro you a little piece for your tho margin of this paper and if behind VcUo Uiis been use wo are ism nnd week after woivilinK send us 1 at onto for which we will be paper I Illll HIIHIIIIIMI T Hoping I will receive- a puper this rllilrtttliinlrfl I tlnTciWo it al oi Tliose wlio owe laborer to reaeb tlie wcok ani respectfully J Anuthor Ciuulldnttt How tlieroiinli- lOlIARLKY J BllOWX Any doubts that may have been in the will not pay When you read its ainlition minds of the Democrats of Mngoflin IV ii Iims accoinplished lliat to you county in regard to the candidacy of Brother tho Blade will come rcgtilarlyWrit6 me tho piece Come Hoik A B Stephons of Floyd County Co tiisk is told in tlie lutndleils Do J owe 1ieratt and see mo as soon as you get out 1 for congress in tho Tenth district were V havo been in two jails and may bo sent put at rest last week Circuit court con of tributes paid it by the ress Uking to the penitentiary tind dfcdurse you vened at Halyersvillo on tho Oth inst being in tho peHitehtinry does not proVe j and an immonso crowd being present And it ho dont wait to be to mo that you aro a bad man I want Mr Stephens mudo an eloquent apoal ay or to give you somo kind of a job on the1 to the Democrats of Magofllir county to lunnqri but 6uio and Blade Thoroare bo many rascals qn the taiicl by him as the candidate of their in 10 davs you will hear it outside of the penitentiary that I want sister county of Floyd Ho also touched lightly on political qustioOs and was thunder to try somo man on the inside of it Givo my love to tho wardon and tell replied to by Major WJ Seit of West la i IlMmnlciiiyoUjtof him that X want him to stand in with mo Liberty cnndidiJtc for the Bepublican in editing tho Blado if thoy send mo t nomination rrorkj Juid choijfng p nilu it n tho penjtentinry Wo would make rf P L KeesOt Mt Slvrlibj isheail million dollars My old brocches are qitnrters in Koptucky for sewing ma good sharumC your trade we I abquj iwppi put aju J jmpipg to buy chines and supplies Write him for are mesomo striped ones just to get my hand bottom prices x Kespoettully Jil to get my tpot iu 1 walked inor rntuor Han Miivril Awny sixiilcslast fall to hear Hro Coopei Samuel He Salyer left Mnjiday morning preacn 1 heard him If I have to go for Iikeville yJu 0 ho will make his to hear him in tho penitentiary I am future homo Ham leaves a host of going to get tho governor to doinmutc friends behind him who Wish him abun my sentence to hanging Blue Irasa THROUGH THE - t dant success in his new location lie arvBa BirfttsK fnT Blado Jfi made Morgan county a first ehiss attor You will want a niovvenbrjjrcupcr and ney as good as tho county has had for tf uinuer anal oeioro yoiijiaKeHpurina many years and at his new home we ADVLRTISISG COLOMM5 in that lino call niulsteTmo under Opera - t 4 wi expect to hj ar of him coming to the HOTWJftwirffKKy where you front as heis full of pluckand works ACADEMY OF THE VISITATION ist t ravel inu in AimrleM at- riwiiuHiaonna a iuii nno oi uaruware ami with a determination at anything lit I I u i srtcuHuraljRiplementsf Also the host noes into aiid has always been very for - - 10 u jterWizeVfor tobacco ever used anywhere tunate in all Jis iiiuiortiikiOgH except -- YQUNG LADIEMuvs dr tws i jit n pictureof S- friMiviitfito to Myljaf aerid me tho so kintLari ydu will WiTJWf f in jtigj penitentiary My time will be up1 Spot Cash TemlVTiTlTrv - Mm In justice to ourselves we SVH- - ftrwfrtfwr III nt iivi VjsJl i 1 asiibMaMiiiLiifmiimtim uiiiiiiMii lhrlSrty lMkJ - Mmnow flsAiuss lA w alwavs in yiuprtliTwitli em YA M3 3 fl vTvi J 1A A - H Wl rvlqstfitri p 89csr THE HERjcLIjIj T r r M raj im WIJM- WM hm AV - Uif ET L - U -- fix T -- J Vl lt - nrl Hiffli ni m -- I Sis30tiMiti1 A ifmcz of the by counirvafd tho wadiii eeived hearted i I tbFf for v Ii it IroHi triwHWiiiMU lairds The iir iev the pat onhiro lass ol Xw Kutflund liiil iiiaideiivfixiiit iUiraifUwu and IwUIiifiMuJ spnu-trojiMrlm-h- oi Â¬ vjjjtnisiana h f Pieratmjo -- niiinVa1iiVSrrl ii Ufl l Jil t i 7ttV rtWn Â¬ vhownrlttcomMitd of litJWI l I rud its Lng -- pagcj WNikiWitfiivvck th j ii H 4 mi - Â¬ tr w 1T it u HiMtfi- jfiu JUVfi AVV tjj is tli Vinrhuimh m i 1 1 Bpoctfully W W IIkkd Mt Ky White Sulphur Aduiirabiles lTfs iijVitlrtioiii nndtr ilio direction i tliiHtstoi- tfttli ViHiinliiiii U V M is sit uutotl in a healthy nnd lioiiiitilnl IimmI tv oi the well UiKiwii Hltio Gntis Region Ihuc the pupils fiijoy tin- cotii fo Is nl homo far rciunvid tVniu tlie distractions ol acitv and can eunsuiiuently with gruittei facility avail tlieniselves of the tid vuilita alUirded of a thorough eiiueation LVrns reax uabe Miioie Crayon and Iaiiitin extra Ilousi iJ heated by steam For lurtlier partieulurs address apparatus Sistorsf of Vo Visitation B V M - il nitilti ineritSwin liis own luniiiiaiV and thus it roaches W vmTHtv m mJ v rf mm uiVR rtiMKc l - every hoinu in tlie vine clad hills of France So opular was the storv lonathan and fl Us Continent VlhntitCwaSi rtwj - II WE BARR3NGER with translated into- - evens tongue Garter Dry Six Go 11ms spoken by man Jlencu fioni hemisphere to hemisphere ami from pole to pole Sueeessors to Carter it Co Importers and Jobbers of mwst li y l AND NOTIONS - of Ii ndCJrliftoUMYold is I KV LOUISVEU1atroiiage of the nioiintaiu mereliaiits most respeetfully solicited Cessittfi 1 ttMlctfsfiik w 1 1ms- - offices only tt p i l The Transcript publishes the fpllowinsf Extract frbniaptivate letter from ar Son JoliR P 6alyeV of Morgan county JiVfj I VJ K II H f i v f PUcryJypMrfrM II Many v dtecreet and fairly virtuous uemwtui in mis necic oi tho wolds Bymbitbize Ith ybur diathiguishdd and Willajijl copgf4s8raRn and I would be flw o see your district return him We have no disposition to cqndono or enclorseKia la jcivlouanesrf but wo canuoV yverooc or ignore nia crcai aouiiy and Senator 8alyeri4BpnooftUebt men pi vf AH mipMkEeiivifMi Aii vmui DeaecratiMd aifearlew advocate of tho various ailments with the Elcctropoisc f iinnitsiiNTiNci 3vW Cotton BartlatowivKySS TvnholiV fever loit me in suoh a con CO VARNER SANFORD dition that bad despaired of ever getj j ting better tlie VilectropoIsQ relieved me wholesale dealers in of all pain first application I am surely T v4jurouby tlilw great remedy MVicannsoHj vpruuij ivy w W Ill iiiI 19t Ainmwlif Rlrrnl V I curcu u young calf that I am suro K i f 4Ui wx c Would have died bail 1 not usee ruiiiwyunv V S4 VP Electropoiso on it Tlio result was quick TIe thtddof Kusteru Uvuntuufcyi i s most and1 Bath factory Mrs Ii H Pryor respectfully siiliiiltcd vj WiitW FYVIE nos s- - 1 1 ir h fcfTCafc M FWf tmLfTKJ tokMiuUulthtltOiwy f ini Jfinrilfejlvit ireh liae their UU ill WiA ll l sifii i 1 ii iMHRli re x4iVjnw irltfitiKiMYientSilis 1 ri HRAk lml a plnwdMfniiiilikeulnin81fmm iv t ume 10 H J ui IU- - t - tlvSsfi on and ii nOKP I AMASSES teLfM J VHa li rilftriel8 pVoVaeit A with bilious colic wlbenld pbryer lady at Toolemjgias verv sick TTifsel Jljflmmm darrhwa llemcdy He after says she was wall in iqrtyj-f-dRutis 5lfcrai a rcbatof tie tTwu gavo MttRof ChambUiie 0oUcv ii PI hwmwMV0 fHfwy bn4T tied WWW ni to oh DiNGlTKfKltf AEloctrdposolhaki nbvoV Vhiled in any case- that I have tried it and I hafc testod it rioverely Ed W Shankland JRlRODiilSOflHOFlORCO Carlialo Ky is worth 100 a day The Electropoiso Importers ami Joliliers of to mo M S Crale Meoting Creek Ky ff Tho Electroppjso has cured mo of fifflfftOQIB Prigbts dlsePBfilJafftWvojfjIthlnri elsg bad failed L A Hopson llopsop Ky Nps ri7 Mil anil 511 liMViRfWkVlielplMs invalid WcHt Main or8UteepJyirsrwhqn shef begaij treat tiimil wttli tlirt Nlfwtrnnnlso hIia now TruTitnrrr i n irv w Kxr- uvtv house work and cnokiSfeQ does1horQwp ir 111 r 11 110 Wo never dreamed of anything working 111 lIUHMI such a cnahgeV II IV Woodwanf Hardy- 1 -t-4wh3-t I tell oi other piaiitiosiniln - V vi- - w L - bills SuHice to say j it rs to newsporuom what yoiixoto tlio tiutVworlilvJVNa Mn wv i ANPlaiNSr is 11 BH13M Vv IM JByTIWj r mi irw-rt- - b5P0 LeTTf w wTUK f iw- - I i Bff5J wwWafFK Til v -- 1 1 lnili li StnJ Aiey jnpi jibfjcrjjpyonslfUra0Viii NiV 71ir KUlHlyA JA in umiii ill Q1a vviir IlIUl WMVtA e4oa lAm ai341jt vtiit ifawi tun o A 111 I r u it I itedn umber - advert mor ui 11 1 f V cr ft 7 iMMmMX2 a Campbell cyl ader prewjBeatty ville Enterprise I St3SdauT antr PkKlctrQpoiso for salo or rent for particiilir8tapllyto Hardware Webb UM Fourth Avenue BuDois Iiuisvillo Ky villeKy M lituiltstiti llrtllURKKlIN j 1 L Wfl Si tfTSRa 1 f3-- r- - T I fI j i A t I wa Kn ii Agricultural Implements I VsW7l4 RONTON O Ifnxel firoon Kv 4 JwJaismLg VsilgisiBg maifali iisXssnB4BViSBBl fcpMSMKsrTDisKssslsJsfcV i K MXUSLf s V 22 Jf J rjiirMjif - 11- - - Tc-w-- ty yyyywiiilp f grfr fW s IVS r T-- tjHk r IT W vj SH 4 M - V fimix - - -- iiiisv 1111 Vi i1- y -- VikUw JiV tf wMiiiimr t iu A m The mooting nt tho Christian church with Elder Tinder in tho pulpit in still in progress SlSlSlltliS JphuuII Pierntt is now in Covington where he is n petit jurer in tho federal court in session nt thiit place Miss Roso Trlmblo whoso illness has several times been mentioned in these columns is still dangerously sick Dr Stamper requests us to publish a call for an examination of non graduate physicians which wo will do next week Mrs Hello Qodsoy who has been suf Â¬ fering from rheumatism for sometime is now using tho Klcctropoisc and improv- Â¬ ing rapidly The congressional muddlo in this district promises to bo very interesting before the finish and a dark horso may win the pi Â¬ lITy Vt A Tho Vieat Lexington Presbytery re cently in session at Cynthiana appointed Rev E P Mickel of Jackson to assist Rev James Little in his work in this territory As will bo seen from tho advertisement of tho Hazel Green lair which appears in our issuo today it will this year be run as n mountain fair This is the best movo ever made by tho association as our mountain farmers had no chance against tho bluo grass people Tho four preceding fairs being open to tho world induced many of our farmers to import a hotter class of horses cattle hogs nnd sheep nnd to that extent it has been a benefit in not barring tho bluo grass But in a competing exhibition against them our pcoplo had no chanco of win ning nnd in that respect it was detri- Â¬ So on tho whole it has been a mental benefit nnd placed us in a position that wo can now compote with eacli other This will encourago enterprise in getting up tho best stock for exhibition and thus our peoplo will bo onnbicd to go on improving their stock until after nwhilo wo can again throw down tho bars nnd bid tho bluo grass como iu Then wo will bo prepared to meet them with stock as good as they have and need have no fear But now it is best to bar them and wo bclievo tho association has strengthened itself with tho peoplo in doing so Â¬ WOLFK COUNTY NEWS V it N Wells and Robert F Andorson went to Clay City last week on business James Shockey has a very sick child Dr W S Maddux has bceu called to sco D Iee City Leenle n iflMHi mmw MBM1M - lil mmr VTTwV s v s ma 1St Stffltt MMsta i AND l iiys i a T F Bobbins of Patsy Estill county was horo last weok a guest of Dr W S Maddox who lives abovo town J 0 Callahan of Crockotvillo Breath- Â¬ itt county passed through hero last Sat- Â¬ urday enquiring tho way to Senator W l Uk V4 m SAVE YOUR HOUSE CHEAP SIMPLE RELIABLE HANDY mi f HTaulbeos Rev Hoy B Croflord of tho Baptist church is now preaching in our town Ho is the first liard sholl Baptist who over preached in Lee City Born to tho wife of G B Maloney n girl Mny 10 to tho wife of Alison Rose a boy May 7 to tho wlfo of E G Pat Â¬ Insurance may cover actual loss of goods burned but rick a boy Mny 18 Dont you think it docs not pay for time and trado lost whilo re establishing Leo City will soon havo a largo populabusiness PREVENT THE FIRE WITH A STEMPEL tion Tho following ladies of Lacy creek F SPENCER COOPER Hazel Green Ky agent for Wolfp and our town a pleasant visit Sunday jEWCull and sou tho Liltlo Wondor lisses Ida and Lillio Rose daughters of Morgan Counties Jos Roso and Miss Delila Roso daugh ter of John B Rose The following young men of thoro also visited hero Ellis Johnson Stephen Rose Boon Lacy Elsie James nnd Harrison Perkins 11 13 and 15 W Main Street Â¬ Â¬ m t And t MOllGAN COUNTY NKWS Ksol Kvolntluns Hon G B Swango was in town 5 LEXINGTON KY WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Rev E W Redinger of Anchorage Married at tho residence of tho brides will begin a meeting in the Presbyterian father R A Childers Maytown May 9 church at this place on tho Friday before tho fourth Sunday in this month and Rev W W Mankcr of tho Methodist church officiating Robert Wills only all are invited to attend son of Jordan Wills of Morgan county Burt Nevolle an actor who recently to Miss Sarah Childers Tho wedding came hero on an engagement with the was very quiet only tho relatives and a Tcets Bros show is confined to his bed few intimato friends being present Tho with consumption and critically ill Dr groom is a prosperous young farmer of Taulbeo is attending him and hopes to Morgan county and a very popular gen Â¬ pull him through tleman Miss Childers tho bride is n Charley Keyser representing tho old very handsome young lady loved and relablo tootand shoo house of C P respected by all who know her Their Tracy Co Portsmouth Ohio was hero many friends extend congratulations and Tuesday and Wednesday and he inci- sincerely hope their married life will be dentally stated that tho congressional happy nnd prosperous They will go to tangle in the upper counties grows worse housekeeping soon on his farm near May town day after day Â¬ last Hon Jo M Kendall of Floyd county was in town Wednesday shaking hands with the boys and scorns quite sanguine with regard to tho nomination for con gress Indeed he thinks the race will bo between him and Mr Lisle and thnt the dark horses some two or three of which have entered the contest will not bo in it Â¬ R D Motley received a letter from James K Wells who is attending tho Kentucky School of Medicine where Mr Motleys little boy Oscar went to have an operation performed and ho says that the operation was a success in every particular The little fellow will not bo confined to his bed but allowed to play with tho children at the hospital where ho will have to stay a couple of months Captain Weedon Gay a prominent farmer and trader well known to many of our citizens died nt his home at Bowen Powell county on Saturday night Ho had been very despondent since the death of his son Joel Gay a few weeks ago It will bo remembered that the young man killed himself in the presence of both father and mother Captain Gay had said to a number of friends that he did not want to live but whether he died by his own baud or from natural causes wo have not been able to definitely ascertain but it is generally thought fied that ho suicided week Kelsey Couch returned from tho west last week Sylvester OHair of Illinois was in town last week Elder J A Howard will begin a protracted mooting at this placo Juno 8 John Combs and Thomas Dauicl have returned homo from college at Lexing- Â¬ ton Miss Louln Cockrcll hns been quite sink for somo time but is now slowly im- Â¬ proving Mr Dwight the foreman of the Mor- Â¬ gan County Messenger was in town Sat- Â¬ urday and Sunday and we aro sure that ho enjoyed the trip iffM C D Moore a finished drummer is now devoting considerable time to the study of music At least wo suppose so The election officers for the primary as we notice that ho has much to say to election to bo held on tho 2Gth inst arc an accomplished lady teacher of West ns follows Hazel Green W T Swango Liberty One of the grandest and most enjoyBill Toliver sheriff Erastus clerk able social events that Ezel has ever been BrooksTuid John Henry Campbell blessed with occurred last Saturday and Cntnpton Robt Carroll clerk Sunday Tho towns of West Liberty judges John Drake sheriff Douglass Evans and Maytown Hazel Green and Campton One of tho speC C Wireman judges Torrent Henry were well represented cial features of attraction and interest of Win L Bush sheriff J tho occasion was a moonlight Cox clerk party given Creech and Jesse Adams judges Red by Misses Anna E and Emma Picratt River Frank P Wilson clerk Robt daughters of Silas Pieratt This home Anderson sheriff Henry Roso and Dick is on a beautiful elevation overlooking tho town and surrounding country The Linden judges Stillwater John Bai place was ornamented with swinging ker clerk George Brooks sheriff John lights which could bo seen for miles around Hero assembled one hundred Taylor and Too A Rose judges Holly W Congleton clerk Wash Tyreo and fifty peoplo and when everything J was in readiness tho West Liberty band sheriff B F Hatton and Mace Gibbs boys increased the interest of the occajudges sion by furnishing some splendid music hero by special request and Sco the advertisement headed Ordi Â¬ They wereto them we must say in justice that wo and acquaint yourselves thor- Â¬ wero surprised at tho progress they have nances oughly with its provisions if you would made in mastering the art The climax avoid trouble The new constitution of the occasion was reached Sunday when and requires all towns of tho sixth class to tho crowd went in wagons buggies dinon horseback to Tho Cliffs and had organize under tho charter made and ner on the ground Horo the band boys provided for its class and this Hazel came to tho front again and among the Green has done Tho trustees do not pines and bowlders that have rested in desire to impose a penalty on any person solitude for ages echoed tho thrilling sounds of music and no doubt tho owls or put any one to inconvenience but and bnts peeped out from their hiding they do desire that nil ordinances shall places and thought sure enough Gabriel An artist from Now York bo complied with and in this wish had come who was traveling through the country ask the co operation of all good citizens was induced to attend nnd make photoboth iu town and county Every good graphs of groups and scenery which will citizen will therefore help them in tho bo a record of a joyous Sunday on May good work and we hopo all will bo satis- Â¬ 13 1894 Bluht Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 4444M444W nil in JAWiiiKion prepared to hIiow you tho greatest selection f goods in tlio city Ono lurgo room do t voted to Shoos n second room is filled with Dry lootls Notiout etc whilo Iu tho third room we carry an immciisu stook of Gents nmilHimig Uooiis lints etc To ascertain how many of the readers of this minor deal with us we will allow a discount of 5 uer jeoMt to any customer ortnging this auvortiKtMiiuut whoa thoy deal with us This oifor good for two months only Watch for prices iu our new chiuige I vv - KwwwmX l1I111Iaf nn y Pnal fil v i wo wniuyour trauo ana arc 0 s T m f Vfti A v - - - o d EnorncRDXiitoi W44444Wtoto4M4W49m4 I 3L - ommw Ml tye Year Lot your fu sfc entry bo a rosolution not to buy until you havo soon us for Carpets Curtains Rugs i fii iiarfWi i 1 t vv v 4 f A u Oil Cloths Mattings -- You will run no chanco Things aro wlint thoy soom Thoro will bo no disappointments in storo for you II HUGH HICKS MANAGER 87 N Broadway LEXINGTON ICY DEALER IN -- A HARDWARE QUEENSWARE TINWARE And a Pull Line of Agricultural Implements Mitchell Wagons Owcnsboro Wagons McCorinick Binders and Mowers Whitelcys Solid Steel Binders and Mowors Repairs kept in stock for McOormick Whitoley and Champion Machinery Granger and Tiger Hay Rakes Avery and Malta Double Shovel Plows - j M Miiytourn MIssIIoh Judge Amos Davis of Morgan county was horo Wednesday representing Bott Co clothiers of Cincinnati man Bros and he intimated that ho might answer tho solicitation of a number of friends and make tho race for congress n this district Judge is thoroughly identified with tho interests of tho mountains has an immense following is an incorrupt iblo gentleman well versed in statecraft and should he conclude to make tho race ho will prove n formidable candidate If ho definitely declares his candidacy Tim Hkkam will hnvo his announcement and wo will have moro to say about him F was 84 years of ago on tho 16th of March last but looks to bo much younger Mi ri1n hnrsebnek much better than many not half so old Ho told tho m Avriter tnnt no can nuu umj frequently does so in tho practice of medicine and that for two years past ho lias not felt a pain Ho has been a tobacco chowor siuco ho was 23 years old Â¬ but docs not smoke Dr Cox is connected with tho Rock Spring association of Baptists and still takes an nctivo part in its affairs Ho looks td bo in perfect health and from present indications thoro aro yot many years of usefulness beforo him 8r Dr B J Cox of Elliottsville Rowan county passed through hero Wednesday en routo homo Ho had been visiting his sons Dr Drack Samp nnd Joel all of whom live in our county Dr Cox Working and planting corn is tho or- Â¬ Avadumy Not oh der of this week Has any one heard of tho academy Wo can now Bympathizo with tho citi lamp zens of Ezel when they need none of our S M Nickell was at West Liberty sympathy and can not expect them to Saturday Miss Nannie Fiolds spent Saturday have any for our having to go nearly into and Sunday at tho homo of her parents your county for a postal card or a letter if wo should got one Wo will go every near Ezel C and Florenco Quicksall wore Friday for The Herald sure H Well as hard as times aro nnd no bet- Â¬ visiting at their former homo in Morgan ter in sight Robert WilU wns mnrried to county Saturday and Sunday Rev F M Tinder will deliver an ad Â¬ Miss Sarah Childers daughter of R A dress to the school at 11 a m today in W W Manker tied tho nuptial knot Thoy will occupy tho I W Roso proper Reading tho chapel subject J M French A D Lacy and J F ty for a short time Robert will build Taulbeo spent Saturday at Ezel but they near his fathers Jordan Wills Wing less did not visit tho clifls on Sunday II C Lacy representative to tho bluo TIim Kendall Club league declamatory contest will At a recent meeting of the Kendall eavo for Winchester on tho 31st inst Quito a number from tho Academy Club of this place tho following resoluwill bo examined for certificates to teach tions weroo fibred and adopted Whereas The young men of Hazel ou Juno 1 and 2 in this and adjoining counties Green Academy and Hazel Green and Wanted I The town council to romovo vicinity feel the responsibility that is sand bank that obstructs the dovolving upon them as citizens of tho tho pavement somewhero between tho acad- Â¬ commonwealth nnd desiring that they bo represented in tho next congress by a emy and home Howard DoBusk president of tho man from our owu section of country Kendall club reports that much interest who will guard this our much neglected is being manifested in the order and tfiat portion of tho state therefore be ft Resolved That wo do heartily endorse the club will bo n success the candidacy of J S Adams II 0 Lacy 0 E and J Floyd county and Hon Jo M Kendall of that we will use every M French E E Atkinson H 0 honorable means to aid in securing his nom Â¬ Phillips E W McKinney G A Wil ination at the Dciuocratlo convention to he liams and S F Hamilton woro faithful held at Campton July 10 1894 in their efforts to assist Mr Ringo to W 15 Allvn Magoffin county 1 F Quicksall Morgan build a crib and stable and clear off a E E Atkinson Powell hillside on last Saturday Such assistance Committee on Kesolutious Aoademitk Is very commendable Mr Kendall will probably ad dross the I will pay in Cabh 12J cents a pound club ou Saturday May 26 W H DkBusk Chairman for nice fresh buttor and wj cents per pound for good hams delivered at the Tho editor and his fatter- - paid a fly Â¬ Wm II Cokd Academy nome ing visit to West Liberty on Sunday May 10 1894 tf Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Best and Cheapest Cook Stoves and Ranges on the Market Queensware at Cut Throat Prices MANTELS AND GRATES UriMift v- - - 7 j t a 1niiini TiAfl Mt Sterling ICy v i 4m f V rV North Maysvillo Street t7 j As it is Springtime of course overyono will want to blbaiju house and must have Jrl yiar A A New Carpet or Matting Window Shades or House Furnishing Goods Rockers Pianos Organs Bureaus Tables Mattress and everything that you can find in a first class Furnituro House Wo havo the larÂ¬ lino of Carpots in Eastern Kentucky and our Furniture gest is tho latest and at rock bottom prices Bo suro to call and seo us Such as Bedroom Suits Cheap Bedstead 11 m - at MASONIC TEMPLE jf -- MXTM OTnwr Ky Mt Sterling n m xcj3j TRIMBLE BROTHER MT STERLING mammmmmammmmmm QMOCWMtK KY CW n uait vf y wr mnfprr M c tmi p r lv fcsa MHHMMMHHMM PERSONAL AND LITERARY ft m LaH vt nar tKNCH AAii YTiirtii iXKiPKR PuWUVer i Dki ORE EH t I KV PHILOPENA fUj KVr 0e Wv m two phtlepetias oace little Use ago ef them was a Olvo or TaUo Ani eae a Yes or No oe r rV Ff 4 II i V4IW Although sho tried to catch mo oft And either point to gain She always failed and I Ukewlao My efforts made In vain At length 1 murmured Ilo my wifo In passioned tones and Ions t thought ahe more than Ukod mo but She promptly answered No Htunjr to the quick by this reply And my true state to screen I looked at her Indifferently And muttered Phllopcno She bit her lip sho seemed so Bad That strange to say I thon Thinking I saw another chance Offered myself again I Hbo brightened up and smiling said 111 I really havo been moan That othtr phllopono change my mind and tako you and Puok Id If t UV A CONAN DOYLi FAIIT XI CIIAPTKU VII CONTINUMU Jr ill1 a - 1 b I I tmo said I 1 havo already explained to you that what 1b out of the common is usually a ptido rathor than a hindrance In solving1 a problem of this Bort the grand tiling is to bo able to reason backward That is a very useful accomplishment and a very easy one but pcoplo do not practice it much In tho everyday nfTairs of lifo That ifl Â¬ Â¬ I If it is mora usoful to reason forward and bo tho other comes to be neglected There uro fifty who can reason syn Â¬ thetically for one who can reason an- Â¬ f U alytically I L - it IWU r T V L V f Q hA V - t ni u i IV 0 nsY V tV its A Now tJiis was a case in which you wcro given the result and hud to ilnd everything clso for yourself Now let mo endeavor to bIjow you the different stops in my reasoning To begin at tho beginning I approached tho house as you know on foot and with my mind entirely free from all impres-Â¬ sions I naturally began by examin Â¬ ing the roadway and there as I have already explained to you I saw clearly tho marks of u cab which I ascer Â¬ tained by inquiry must have boon there during tho night I satisfied myself that it was a cab and not a pri- Â¬ vate carriage- by tho narrow gauge of Tho ordinary London tho whocls growler is considerably less wldo than a gcntlcmantt brougham This was tho first point gained I thon walked slowly down the garden path which happened to be composed of a day soil peculiarly suitable for taking unprossionB No doubt it ap peared to you to be a mere trampled lino of alush but to my trained oyes ovory mark upon its surfucu had a meaning There Is no branch of de tcctivo scionco which is so important and so much noglectcd as tho art of tracing footsteps Happily I have al Â¬ ways laid groat stress upon It and much praotico has mado It second nature to mo I saw tho heavy foot- Â¬ marks of tho constables but I saw also tho trades of tho two mon who had first passed through tho garden It was cay to tell that they had boon boforo tho others because in places tholr marks had boon entirely obliter- Â¬ ated by tho others coming upon tho top of thorn In this way my second link was formed which told mo that tlio nocturnal visitors wore two In number ono remarkablo for his height as I calculated from tho length of his stride and tho other fashionably dressed to judge from tho small and elegant Impression loft by his boots On entering tho house this last in- Â¬ ference was confirmed My well booted man lay boforo me Tho tall one then had done tho murdor if murder there was 4 Thero was no wound upon the dead mans person but tho agitated expression upon his faco assured mo that he had foreseen his fato before it oarae upon him Men who diu from hoart dijjeas0 or any suddun naturalÂ¬ mum never by nny chance exhibit agi tation upon their featmos Having I detected saiffd the dead mans lips came to tho nud I H aUffhtly sour smell ho had had poison sonalatkw that Atfaln I argued foroed wpou him that it had boon forced upon him from tlw hatred and fear exuy mo smmmI upon his face - quito follow you I hardly expected that you would Lot mo soo if 1 canmalco it clear Most pcoplo if you describe a train of events to them will tell you what the result would be They enn put those events together in their minds and arguo from them that something will come to pans There are few people how uvor who if you told them a result would be able to evolve from their own Inner consciousness what the steps were which led up to that result This power Ik what I mean when I talk of reaMDning backward or analytically I understand said 1 I confess wild I that I do not rennlt for o other hypothesia would tacot tho facK Do not imagine that it was a very ttnhcartt of Idea Tho forcible administration o poison in by no meant a rtow thing hi criminal annals The coses of Dolsky In Odes Â¬ sa and of Loturior in Montpelicr will oedtir at ohcb to any toxieologfst And nqv enmo tho great question as to tho reason why Hobbery had not been tho object of the murder for nothing was taken Was It politics then or was it a woman That was tho question which confronted me 1 was inclined from the first to tho lat- Â¬ Political assassins ter supposition aro only too glad to do tholr work and to fly This murder had on the contrary boon dpno most deliberately and tho perpetrator had loft his tracks all over the room showing that he had been there all tho time It must havo boon a private wrong and not i political one which called forsuli a When the In- Â¬ methodical revenge scription was discovered upon the wall J was moro Inclined than over to my opinion Tho thing was too evidently a blind When tho ring was found however It settled the question Clearly tho murderer had used It to remind his victim of somo dead or ab sent woman It was at this point that I asked Oregson whether ho had inquired in his telegram to Cleveland as to any particular point in Mr Drcbbers former career Ilo answered you remember in tho negative I then proceeded to make a careful examination of the room which con- Â¬ firmed mo in my opinion as to tho mur- Â¬ derers height and furnished me with tho additional detail as to the Trlchl nopoly cigar and the length of his nails I had already come to the con- Â¬ clusion Binco there wero no blgns of a struggle that the blood which covered the floor had burst from tho murderers I could per- Â¬ noso in his excitement ceive that tho track of blood coincided with the track of his feet It is sel- Â¬ dom that any man unless lie is very full blooded breaks out in this way through emotion so I hazarded the opinion that the criminal was probably a robust and ruddy faced man Kvents proved that I had judged correctly Having left the house I proceeded I to do what Oregson had neglected telegraphed to tho head of the police at Cleveland limiting my inquiry to the circumstances connected with the marriage of Enoch Drebber The an- Â¬ swer was conclusive It told me that Drebber had already applied for tho Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ You should publish an account of the case If you wont l vlll for you You may do what you like doctor Reo he ret ho con ho answered tinned handing a paper ovei in mo look at this look at this It was the Echo for the day and tho paragraph to which he pointed was de- Â¬ voted to the case in question The public It said hive lost a sensational trxnt through the sudden deuth of the man Lope who was sus Â¬ pected of the murder of Mr Enoch Drebber and of Mr Joseph Stangerson Tho details of tho case will probably never be known now though we aro informed upon good authority that the crime was tho result of an and romantic feud in which love and Mormonlsm boro a part It soems thai both the victims belonged in heir younger days to the Latter Day Saints and Hope the deceased prisoner halls also from Salt Lake City If tho case hus had no other effect it at least brings out in the most striking manner the efficiency of our detective police force and will serve as a lesson to all foreigners that thev will do wisely to settle their feuds at homo and not to carry them on tc Itrltish soil It is an open secret that tho credit of this smart capture be longs entirely to the well known Scot land Yard officials Messrs Lestradc and Gregson The man was apprehended It appears in the rooms of a cer tain Mr Sherlock Holmes who has him self as an amateur shown some talent In tho detective line and who with such Instructors may hope in time to attain to some degree of their skill It is expected that a testimonial of sonic sort will be presented to the two officers as a fitting recognition of their services Didnt I tell you so when wo started cried Sherlock Holmes with a laugh Thats tho result of all our study In scarlet to get them a testi- Â¬ monial I havo Never mind I answered all the facts in my journal and the public shall know them In tho mean Â¬ time you must make yourself content Â¬ ed by the consciousness of success like the Roman miser old-standi- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ line do ml urea Iopulu me slbtlut at inllil plaudo Hlmul ac nutntnoa coiitcmplur in tick ixd MONKEYS THUMBS A Slinlun riulorowrUl Could Covur Two OttllTPM Â¬ The hands the fingers and above all the thumbs belonging to Chieo at tracted my particular attention Now mmmmk A UACK1RI VOUXOSTrlt WAS A CAI1IIV TlIKIli ASUHI IF THKItn CAMii JKKICIl 80X HOIH Â¬ protection of the law against an old rival In love named Teirerson Hope and that this same Hope was at present in Europe I knew now that I held the clew to tho mystery in my hand and all that remained was to secure the murderer I had already determined In my own mind that the man who had walked into tho house with Drebber was none other than the man who had driven tho cab Tho marks in the road showed mo that tho horse had wan Â¬ dered on In a way which would have been impossible had thero been any Â¬ one in charge of it Where then could tho driver be unless ho were in Again it is absurd to sldo tho house suppose that any sane man would car- Â¬ ry out a delilicrato crime under the very eyes as it wero of a third person who was sure to botray him Lastly supposing ono man wished to dog an Â¬ other through London what better means could lie adopt than to turn cab driver All theso considerations led me to the irresistible conclusion that JoiTcrson Hope was to be found among tho jarvcys of tho metropolis If he had been one there was no reason to believe that ho had ceased to bo On tho contrary from his point of view any sudden change would bo likely to draw attention to himself Ho would probably for a tlmo at least continue to perform his duties Thero was no reason to suppose that ho was going under an assumed name Why should ho change his name in a coun- Â¬ try whoro no one know his original one I thcroforo organized my street Arab dotectlvo corps and sent them systematically to overy cab proprietor in London until they ferreted out tho min that l wanted Ilow well they succeeded and how quickly I took ad Â¬ vantage of it aro still fresh In your Tho murder of Stanger recollection Kn was an incident which was entire- Â¬ ly unexpected but which could hardly in any euso havo been prevented Through it as you know I came into possession of the pills the oxlstenco of whkm I had already surmised You soo thy whole thing Is a chain of log Â¬ ical sequences without u break or s t yjjjjpd 9t tueUiloa I Itdarrived at v Tride Uik Bj lp 1J 31 V she said tenderly Herbert Richardson De Long fi what did you do with that poetry Bros Philadelphia you wroto on my birthday That stuff ho responded with n sneer Why what That wasnt poetry I got a mag Elys Cream Baim Oottin Kvrn With Him makes you think that It was in tho dining room of a wuy ailne editor to accept it for publicaWILL CURE Washington Post tion side inn in Texas Whoro His Lamb SVas In a Chi Is your cup out asked tho girl who was waiting on tho table c4go restaurant the other day a gen No tho cup Is not out but tho cofÂ¬ tltmun left his wlfo for a few moment fTrlco BO Cent fee is ho replied with a superior to chut with an acquaintance at an Aiiplr IUlm Intoeachnontill otiier table and while lie was there hit KLV lllt03MVafretHtNY smile Tho pqnr girl was somewhat con Â¬ friand persuaded him to partake ol fused but she determined to pay him some lamb Inderu misapprehension It DOfl tor0BJlblbSAiP back In his own coin Shortly after tin waiter removed the lamb before he wards the stage drove up and tho hud eaten It whereupon ho exclaimed Cojifany In Mlnnceota eid for iP Goodness whoro is my lamb Hit Clrculais They will bo ncnt to you smart gentleman asked wife overhearing tho question an Does tho btugo dino here flaw Here I am No sir replied tho girl in a sar swered in a dear voice N Y Tribune Your castical tone of voico but the passcn- iiMrM It is wonderful I cried unaruvl I CLARKCt LanaCorniwmtfSt lullUaaBtorlt3 should be publicly recognized gem do Texai Sif tlnga Â¬ you must know that it is because man has a thumb and for the reason that his thumb is so beautifully jointed supple ami adjustable that 1io has been able to overcome all difficulties says a The other fingers writer in Harpers are all very well in their way but it is the thumb thuteontrols the real move Â¬ ment of the hand Without a thumb you never could wield a heavy sledge Â¬ hammer or tho most delicate of watch mukurs tools It is not out of the way to say that man is the master holding every other living thing under his thumb Here is a little bit of natural history which must be remembered about monlccjs All the monkeys of the old world have some kind of a thumb As St tieorgo Mivart a great zoologist Any old world monkey with writes a rudimentary thumb that is a thumb even if imperfect is superior in that In respect to an American monkey American monkey has no fact the thumb at all Nature compensates in a measure in our new world monkey by giving him a wonderful tall This American monkey tail is prehensile It answers almost the purpose of a fifth limb A South American monkey gives his tuil a hitch around tho limb of a tree and thero ho hangs quito com- Â¬ fortably Independeiftof hands or feet Chlcos thumbs are superb being ful- Â¬ ly four and one quurter inches long The ordinary length of the human thumb Is about two and one half inches Chlcos middle finger is a trifle over five inches long Mans is three and one half inches Tho ourang outangs hand was narrow apparently but it seemed about the width of that of a human beings only the sense of proportion was lost owing to tho ex Â¬ The treme length of the fingers knuckles wore small and perfectly In line The stretch of such a hand as fully Chlcos would bo enormous thirteen Inches The octavo on the piano measures seven inches If Chieo wero a pianist ho could with little ef Â¬ fort cover two octaves und would leave Iadcrewskl quito In the shade If Chieo had a taste for tho doublo bass once that those long fingorsof his were wound around the neck of a big fid Â¬ dle what a wonderful performer he would be providing the Instrument would btand tho strain John Burns the labor momber of tho house of cotnmens has delighted London with n pun purely English Correcting another member he referred to tho house of lords Not as tho glid ed chamber sir but as the guilty cham- Â¬ ber Prcscott the groat historian was almost blind during tho whole of his literary life Ho could use 1 Is eyes for only a few moments each day and was compelcd both in making his histor- Â¬ ical researches and In wilting hit books to rely on tho vision of othors Senator Vance haB a general sym pathy In his Illness for he i a great favorite at Washington as well aB in his own state The south has produced few better stump spoakors and like Lincoln he has at his tongues end a fund of good stories to Intorest his audiences Miss Olive Schrelner tho author of that strange book The Story of anÂ¬ African Farm is engaged to be married Her betrothed who is four or five years younger than the bride to be is Mr Cron Wright the son of a well known South African farmer nnd member of the Cape parliament Ho Is himself a successful farmer and clever speaker and it Is supposed thuf he will enter parliamentary life S F II Morbc the inventor of the telegraph had beautiful hands a fnct that caught the attention of BenjaminÂ¬ West while Morse was yet an art stu dent It was Morses hand that fur Â¬ nished West with the model for the hand of Christ in one of Wests most famous compositions and it is suid that West had the hardihood to sny to Morse that he might henceforth assert that he had a hand in the picture says the Dr Cyrus A Bartol Boston Herald is the Inst survivor of the famous Transcendental club in which Emerson was the central light Dr Holmes Dr George E Ellis and Hon Uobert C Winthrop are tho other venerable Boston ians who are left to us of a former and a notable genera- Â¬ tion but Dr Bartol is now we be- Â¬ lieve the only survivor of the brilliant company who must be named as the associates and friends of Emerson in the middle part of this century Mr Arthur Balfour at a recent meeting of the Psychical Research so Â¬ ciety at the Westminster town hall London spoke for an hour from only the briefest notes and is said to have made a profound impression although he told no ghost stories and did not profess a belief in apparitions His chief topic was animnl magnetism and he said that at dinner he had often sat next to ladies who proved to him that thoy were able by the exereise of will power to make any person at a distance turn toward them involuntarily He remarked that it seemed possible to him that this faculty might be devel- Â¬ oped into a power of which ordinary philosophy takes very little note Â¬ Â¬ Mr Jb m T IVaruxoll Toronto Ontario A Narrow Escape Took C I Hood Poison by flftist3lce Bod Effoote Entirely Eliminated by Hoods 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weapons dagger or pistols is never en- Â¬ Neither Winter ascent of Mont tertained by Blanc rotten rope three feet disthe children Fliegendo Blatter tance I saw in the paper Mrs Watts for a med- Â¬ tho other day that it is impossible for icine a man to kick with full force when tastes there is nothing to kick at Mrs Potts Ill Let no married woman wrote This explains that Indianapolis Journal the popula- Â¬ Hicks in the graveyard reading a rity among Sacred to the memory tombstone of Thomas Slendermiued Wicks little ones of Yes isnt it ridiculous Slendermind was the most forgetful fellow that Boston Transcript ever lived i She can talk more gossip and a preparation of cod liver scandal than any other woman in the country and how she can rake over the oil almost as palatable as failings of her neighbors Docs she milk Many mothers have belong to tho sewing circle No grateful knowledge of its N ahe belongs to the charity club benefits to weak sickly Y Press Must Have Loved Her Madly children Do you really and truly love me lrnaMillivKivt k Pnwn V Y AIMmrtrUti Lovo you He Harry Why I oven have a fondness for that nuisance Oh She of a brother of yours ilarry Yon have mado mo so happy IF you want the real Â¬ that bad as Scotl PsE Boston Transcript Do you think it will Youngpen iay to publish anything about the affair It is a matter which ean concern nobody but tho parties themselves Oldboy Thats just it Its nobodys business ovcrybodyll want to read all Boston Tran wo can print about it Â¬ De Long Patent Hooks and Eyes say to the dealer See tuript hum n that SP 11 Bp fr CATARRH 000 fcV wJi- - rtftTA Btti- - L wu i r B yTF k - J -- tH V K j i DR MILAGES SERMON The Great Sustaining Power of Gods Holy Word ItroBRth round in tho Truo ilotlRlon Wlint tio IitrnolltoA Did Dra Ib tho Kf ypt Land While In blavcry The toxt chosen by Dr Talmage last Sunday Was Psalms lxviii 13 Though ye have Iain among tho pots yet shall yo be as tho wings of a dovo covered with silver arid her feathers with yel- Â¬ low gold I suppose you know what the Israel- Â¬ ites did down in Egyptian slavery Thoymndu bricks Amid tho utensils of tho brick kiln thcro were also uten Â¬ sils of cookery tho kottles tho pots tho pans with which they propared their daily food and when these poor slaves tired of tho days work lay down to rest they laj down among the implements of cookery and the imple- Â¬ ments of hard work When they arose in the morning tcy found their garments covered with the clny and tho smoke and the dust and besmirched and begrimed with the utensils of cookery Hut after awhile the Lord broke up that slavery and he took these poor slaves into a land where they had better garb bright and clean and beautiful apparel No more bricks for them to make Let Pharaoh make his own bricks When David in my text comes to describe these poor Israelites from their bondage among the brick kilns into the glorious eman Â¬ cipation for which God had prepared them he says Though yo have lain among the pots yet shall yo bo as the wings of a dove covered with silver and her feathers with yellow gold Miss Whutoly the author of a cele-Â¬ Life in Egypt said she brated book sometimes haw peoplo in tho cast cook- Â¬ ing their food on tho tops of houses and that she had oftimes seen just be- Â¬ fore sundown pigeons and doves which had during tho heat of the day been hiding among the Jcottlcs and the pans with which the food was prepared picking up the crumbs that they might find just about the hour of sunset they would spread their wings and fly Heavenward entirely unsoiled by the region in which they had moved for tbj pigeon is a very cleanly bird And as the pgeons liy away the sunsetting woud throw silver on their wings and gold on their breasts So you see it is not u far fetched simile or an unnatur- Â¬ al comparison when David in my text say3 to these emancipated Israel- Â¬ ites and says to all those who are brought out of any kind of trouble into any kind of spiritual joy Though ye havo lain among the pots yet shall ye be as the wings of a dove covered with silver and her feathers with yel- Â¬ low gold Sinis the hardest of all taskmasters Worse than Pharaoh it keeps us drudg- Â¬ ing in a most degrading service but after a while Christ comes and He says Let ray peoplo go ad wo pass out from among the brick kilns of sin into the glorious liberty of the gospel we put on the clean- robes of a Christian profession and when at last we soar away to the warm nest which God has provided for us in Heaven wo shall go fairer than a dove its wings covered wph silver and its feathers with yellow - C M fcV they have not properly examined it Dr Johnson said that Hume told a minister in tho bishopric of Dur- Â¬ ham that he hud never particularly ex amiued tho New Testament yet all his life warring against it Halloy tho astronomer announced his skepticism to Sir Isaac Newton and Sir Isaac Now sir I have Newton said examined the subject and yon have not and I am ashamed that yon professing to bo a philosopher consent to condemn a thing you have never And so men reject tho examined religion of Jesus Christ because they really have never investigated it They think it something undesirable some- Â¬ thing that will not work something Pecksniflian something hypocritical something repulsive when it is so bright and so lieautiful you might com- Â¬ pare it to chatlincli you might com- Â¬ pare it to a robin redbreast you might compare it to a dove its wings covered with silver and its feathers with yol Hut how is it a young low gold All through man becomes a Christian rooms where lie associates tho club all through tho business circles whore he is known tliore is cora What a pity niserotiou They say that a young man who had such bright prospects should so havo been despoiled by those Christians giving up all his worldly prospects for something which is of no particular present worth Hero is a young woman who becomes a Christian her voice her face hor manners the charm of tho drawing room Now all through tho fushionablo clr What a pity clcs tu- - whisper goes a bright light should havo that such been extinguished that such a graceful gait should bo crippled that such worldly prospects should bo obliter- Â¬ All my friends it can be shown ated religions ways aro ways of pleas Â¬ that antness that all her paths aro peace that roligion instead of being dark and doleful and lachrymose and repulsive Tliblc Â¬ ---- am going to preacli something which somo of you do not believe and that is that the grandest possible adornment is tho religion of Jesus Christ There are u great many peopio who suppose that religion is a very dif Â¬ ferent thing from what it really is The reason men condemn the ISiblc is because they do not understand the I gold Â¬ Â¬ Steamiid Ilred To two cuofnk tf its ieatliM with yotlow gold and splashed df the tempest but the ing is skepticism than in religion r milk add oae half cuphd o jmf Sec iu tho first phteo what religion dovo tliat comes in through tho window They are ashamed oi the old fashioned will do for ii umna heurf I care not of this Heavenly aro has wings ltlco tho religion of tho Cross and they pride ianeea a teaspoon ful of salt arid one of how cheerful a man tmv mi tu rally bo rinvn ootrnroil iviffi Kllvnr nml lirtt frntli thomselvcs on their free thinking oa ftoda Stir in thrco cupfuls of Graham before conversion conversion brings crs with yollow gold all subjects My young friends I want flour turn this into a wolllwttered him up to a higher standard of chcor Again I romark roligion is an adorn- Â¬ to toll yon what I know from observa Â¬ mold I liko a small half gallon jar fulness I do not say lis will laugh ment in tho style of usefulness into tion that while skepticism is a beauti- Â¬ best steam thrco hours and rowa 1m any louder I do not say but lie may which it inducts a man Here are two ful land at tho start it is tho groat the ovon This is to bo oatn warm and is almost as good an genuine stand back from somo forms of hilar young men The one has lino culture Sahara dosert at tho last Unitod Presbyterian ity in which ho once indulged but cxqulsitewnrdrobe plenty of friends Years ago a ministers son wont oft brown bread there comes into his soul an immenso great wordly success but ho lives for from homo to collogc At college he Macaroni and Pish LaV Hny boiled A young man not a himself satisfaction His chief earo is his own com- Â¬ formed tho acquaintance of n young fish oxcopt Balmou tin a bed of maca Â¬ unrisuun depends upon worldly suc- Â¬ fort Uo lives uselessly He dies un- - man whom I shall call Ellison Elli Â¬ roni boiled in milk until done but it Now ho regretted cesses to keep ills spirits up Hero is another young son was an infidel Ellison scoffed at muwt not bo allowed to break and s prospered now he lias a large salary man His apparel may not bo good religion and tiic ministers son soon burst cover with a sauqo mado by now lie lias a beautiful wardrobe now his education may not bo so thorough learned from him tho infidelity and heating a pint of milk with two ounces ho has pleasant friends now ho has lie lives for others His happiness is whon lie wont homo on his vacation of butter Thicken this with flour wot moro money than lie knows how to to make others happy lie is as self broko his fathers heart by his denun Â¬ with water to tho consistency of cream spend everything goes bright and well denying as that dying soldier falling in ciations of Christianity Timo passed whon it reaches tho boiling point add witli him Hut trouble comes thcro the ranks when he said Colonel on and vacation came and tho minis Â¬ tho bcuton yollc of uu egg and ono gill aro many young men in this houso thi ro is no need of those boys tiring ters son went off to spend tho vaca of tomato sauco previously mado hot tills morning who can testify out of themselves by carrying mo to tho hos Â¬ tion and was on a journey and camii Stir all tho timo wliilo adding Amor their own experience that sometimes pital let me die just whero I am So to a hotel Tho hotel kcopor said I lean Agriculturist to young men trouble docs come his this young man of whom I speak loves am sorry that to night I nhall have to Falso Potatoes This is an emer Â¬ friends are gone his salary is gone his God wants all the world to love Him put you in n room adjoining ono whero gency dish Lot us suppose that an health is gone he goes down down is not ashamed to carry a bundle of thcro is a very sick and dying man I unexpected guest has arrived or that He becomes sour cross queer misan- Â¬ clothes up that dark alley to the poor can give you no other accommodation for somo reason or other tho allowance thropic blames the world blames Which of those young men do jou ad Â¬ Oh said the young collcgo student of cold boiled potatoes intended to fry Mlnf ni for breakfast is insufficient tion take society blames the church blames mire the better The one a sham the and ministers son V414 111 everything rushes perhaps to the in Â¬ other a prince imperial make no difference to mo except two thirds sliced potatoes and one Oil do you know of anything my tne matter oi sympathy with any toxicating cup to drown his troubles third broken bltsof bread or if neces Â¬ but instead of drowning his trouble he hearers that is moro beautiful than to body that is suffering Tho young sary half bread pour over this ono or drowns his body and drowns his soul see a young man start out for Christ man retired to his room but could two well beaten oggs stir until tho Hut here is a Christian young man Here is some ono falling Ho lifts him not sleep All night long ho heard the egg all adheres to tho bread and pota Â¬ Trouble comes to him Does lie give up Here is a vagabond boy Uo intro- Â¬ groaning of tho sick man or tho stop oi toes and fry in butter Farm Field up No He throws himself back on duces him to a mission school Hero is the watchers and his soul tromblod and Firosido the resources of Heaven lie says a family freezing to death Ho carries Ho thought to himself Now thcro ia Stowed God is my Father Out of all these them a scuttle of coal Thcro arc S00 only a thin wall between mo and a do of tomatoes Tomatoes One quart can a teaspoonful of sugar disasters I shall pluck advantage for 000000 perishing in midnight heathen parting spirit How if Ellison should pepper and salt to tasto two my boul All tho promises are mine darkness by all possible means He know how I feel How if Ellison rolled Quo and a tablospoonfulcrackersÂ¬ of but Christ is mine Christian companion- Â¬ tries to scud them the gospel Ho may should find out how my heart lluttors ter Put the tomatoes into a saucepan ship is mine Heaven is mine What be laughed at and ho may bo sneered What if Ellison knew my skeptism with tho sugar popper and salt Let though my apparel bo worn out at and he may bo caricatured but lie gave way He slept not In the morn it boil rapidly for ton or fifteon min Â¬ Christ gives me n robe of righteousness is not ashamed to go ovcry whero say- Â¬ ing coining down he said to tho hotol utes breaking any hard pieces against Oh hat though my monoy be gone I ing I am not ashamed of the gospel keeper How is the sick man the sides of tho saucepan with a spoon have a title deed to the whole uni- of Christ It is the power of God and the said the hotel keeper ho is dead poor Then put It on tho back part verse in the promise All are yours wisdom of God unto salvation Such a follow The doctors told us he could stovo whero It will cook tdowly of tho for an though my worldly friends fall young man ean go through everything not last through tho night What Well nour Ill toon minutes ocioro it is Ministering angels uro my There is no force on earth or in said the young man away what was the done add tho butter and cracker dust bodyguard What though my fare bo hell that can resist him I show jou sick mans name whore is ho from Hoston Hudgot poor and my bread be scant 1 sit at three spectacles Well Spectacle tho first said the hotel keeper he is Marbled Chocolate Cake One and Napoleon passes by with tho host that from Providence college the kings banquet Providence Oh what a poor shallow stream is went down with him to Egypt and up college what was his namo El- one half cupfuls of whito sugar one Oh how the young half cupful of butter a gcuorous half worldly enjoyment compared with the with him through Russia and crossed lison Ellison cupdeep broad overflowing river of Gods the continent on tho bleeding heart of man was stunned It was his old col cupful of milk two and one half bak Â¬Â¬ fuls of flour two teaspoonfuls of peace rolling midway in tne iiiristinn which ho sot his iron heel ana across legematc dead without any hope heart Sometimes vou have gone out the quivering flesh of which ho went It was many hours beforo tho young ing powder beaten whites of four on the iron bound beach of the sea grinding tho wheels of his man could loavo that hotel He got eggs Flavor with vanilla Talco out in his dying moment asking his on his horso and started homeward ono tcacupful and add to It flvo table wnen there has been a storm on the ocean and you have seen the waves attendants to pub on his military boots and all the way ho heard somothing ilpoonfuls of grated chocolato moist-Â¬ saying to him dash into white foam at your feet for him Dead Lost Dead ened with a little milk Pour a layer Ho cinno to no satisfaction un- of the white batter Into tho baking Spectacle tho second Voltaire Lost They did not do you any harm While there jou thought of the chapter writ- Â¬ bright and learned and witty and elo- Â¬ til he entered the Christian life until pan then drop tho chocolato batter ten by the Psalmist and perhaps you quent with tongue and voice and strat Â¬ he entered the Christian ministry with a spoon in spots and spread the recited it to- - yourself while the storm agem infernal warring against God until ho became one of tho most rest of the white batter over it Frost was making commentary upon the and poisoning whole kingdoms with his eminent missionaries the world has with chocolate frosting Good House- Â¬ God is our refuge and inudciity yet applauded oy tne clap over seen since tho days of Paul keeping passage Goober Candy For a candy party no superior to Adoniram J udson strength a very present help in ping hands of thrones and empires and be sure to got molasses not goldon time of trouble Therefore will I continents his last words in delirium Mighty on earth mighty in Heavon Mix together not fear though the earth be removed supposing Christ standing by the bed Â¬ Adoniram Judson Which do you liko sirup or honey drips Crush that the best Judsons skepticism or Jud ono cup of genuine molasses ono of and though the mountains he carried side his last words sons Christian life Judsons suffering brown sugar an ounce of buttornnd a into the midst of tho sea though the wretch Spectacle the third Paul Paul in Â¬ for Christs sake Judsons almost mar- tablospoonful of vinegar molt tho but Â¬ waters thereof roar and be troubled though the mountains shake with tho significant in person thrust out from tyrdom Oh young man talco your ter and it will mix bettor Holl for Oh how independ Â¬ all refined association scourged spat choice between these two kinds of lives about twenty minutes trying a littlo swelling thereof ent the religion of Christ makes a man on hounded like a wild beast from city Your own heart tells you this morning until it hardens in cold water Then of worldly success and wordly circum- Â¬ to citj yet trying to make the world tho Christian life is moro admirable stir in very lightly only just enough stances Nelson the night before the good and Heaven full announcing res- Â¬ moro peaceful more comfortable and to mix a level toaspoonful of blear bonato of soda Pour at once Into To morrow I shall urrection to those who mourned at the more beautiful last battle said shallow tins well buttered mark into win cither a peerage or a grave in barred gates of the dead speaking conTHE ARMADILLO squares and sot it away to cool unless And it does not solations which light up the eyes of Westminster Abbey make much difference to the Christian widowhood and orphanage and want Atlinml fariiRnrft In Tropical Smith Amer- Â¬ it is to bo pulled Hostou Iludgot ican CouutrloH whether he rises or falls in worldly with glow of certain and eternal re- Â¬ A Larded Shoulder of Mutton The armadillo as eccentric in his Make deep incisions in tho shoulder mutters ho has everlasting renown any lease undaunted before those who way Other plumage may be torn in could take His life His cheek flushed habits as in his appearance does tho and In these draw in narrow strips of the blast but that soul adorned with with transport and His eje on Heaven duty of tho domestic cat among the fat salt pork Cut tho strips long Christian grace is fairer than the dove with one hand shaking defiance at all field mice in South America which enough to project a littlo on ouch side Voracious in Lay the sliouldor in a pun with ncovor its wings covered with silver and its the foes of earth and all the principal Â¬ nro terribly destructive his appetite ho is sodontary by inclina- Â¬ or a roaster which has a hinged cover ities of hell and with the other hand feathers with gold You and I have found out that people beckoning messenger angels to come tion but lie finds his game with very and let it cook two or thrco hours acÂ¬ who pretend to bo happy are not al Â¬ and bear Him away as He says I am little trouble Mice aro always more cording to sio then uncover and baste ways happy Look at that young man now ready to be offered and tho time or less abundant though periodically with its own gravy and brown tho top caricaturing the Christian religion of my departure is at hand 1 have and almost punctually thoir numbersÂ¬ When perfectly tender take up and scoffing at every good going into fought the good light I havo finished decline but in certain years they posi- keep very hot Pour off tho fat then roystering drunkenness dashing the the course I have kept tho faith hence- Â¬ tively swarm Than the dogs subsist thicken the gravy in the pan and send champagne bottle to the floor oiling forth there is laid up for me a crown of on them they fatten tho poultry and it to tho tablo in a gravy dish If the the glasses from the barroom counter righteousness which the Lord the great flights of fowls of tho air aro gravy Is preferred without thickening perpetually on the hovor over their omit the flour altogether and meroly laughing shouting stamping the floor righteous judge will give me Â¬ I will go to his mid Which of the three spectacles do you breeding grounds As for the armadil- Â¬ remove the fat and strain It Orange Is ho happy 1 will see him turn the most admire When the wind of death lo lie goes to work methodically quar- Judd Fanner night pillow gas ofF I will ask myself if the pillow struck the conqueror and the infidel tering tho plain liko a well bred eaglo To IVuHh China 1IU on which ho sleeps is as soft as the pil- Â¬ they were tossed like sea gulls in a and sniffing tho earth with preternatural acutcness When his nose in these days wlipn wasii silks aro in In low on which that pure young man tempest drenched of the wave and torn sleeps All no When he opens his of the hurricane their dismal voices forms him that a mouse is near ho common uso a few words in regard to eyes in the morning will the world bo heard through the everlasting storm creeps up stealthily toward tho spot washing them may bo of interest As as bright to him as to that young man but when the wave and the wind of then slowly drawing himself up and silk is an animal flbor like wool it can who retired at night saying liis pray- Â¬ death struck Paul liko an albatross he making His spring ho traps the mouse not bo troated in tho same way us cot Â¬ ers Invoking Gods blessing upon his made a throne of the tempest and one or a whole family of mice beneath Ills ton which may bo subjected to water of all temperatures without injury own soul and souls of his comrades da3 floated away into tho calm clear body Hilt ho docs not confine himself to a Silk should bo washed as rapidly us and father and mother and brothers summer of Heaven brighter than tho and sisters far away No no His dove its wings covered with silver and mouse and insect diet and In attack possible Examine the articles to be laugh will ring out from the saloon so its feathers with yellow gold Oh are you ing the snake he uses his impenotrablo washed and if there aro any parts es- Â¬ that jou hear it as you pass by but it not in love with such a religion a re- body armor as a weapon of offenso A pecially soiled clean with a littlo is hollow laughter In it is the snap- Â¬ ligion that can do so much for a man friend of Mr Hudson witnessed ono of benzine or gasollno applied with a flan- Â¬ ping of heartstrings and the rattle of while he lives and so much for a man these encounters Tho armadillo rushed nel cloth Then prepare a soapsuds upon a snake which vainly sought to of lukewarm water and plunge tho prison gates Happy that young man when ho comes to dio I suppose you may havo noticed the escape and rocked himself to and fro garments in It Housing them up and happy Let him fill the bowl he can not contrast between tho departuro of a upon tho body until tho victim was cut down and rubbing thorn thoroughly in Let Christian and the departure of an infi- up into sections under tho sharp edges tho suds Itinso them Into water a drown an upbraiding conscience tho balls roll through tho bowling al- Â¬ del Diodorus dying in ehagriu because of tho armadillos bony covering little cooler and so ou until tho final loy tho deep nimble and the sharp ho could not compose a joko equal to Should animal fooii fail him tho arma- Â¬ rinsing water Is perfectly cqld Do not crack can not overpower the voices of the joke uttered at tho other end of dillo falls back upon vegetables sc blue thorn Wring thorn out us dry us condemnations Let him whirl in the his table Zcuxis dying in a fit of that ho need never talce more than in- Â¬ possible with a machine Lay them in dance of sin and temptation and death laughter at tho sketch of an aged wo- dispensable exorciso and can always sheets or lioavy cloths and roll them ns All tho brilliancy of tho scene can not mana sketch made by his own hand keep himself in comfortablo condition hard as you can in firm rolls Put thein make him forget the last look of his Mnzarin dying playing cards his Another Inveterate onomy of tho away for an hour and lit tho end of mother when he loft home when she friend holding his hands because suakes is their congenor tho iguana that time iron them on the wrong side Now my son you will he was unublo to hold them himself or great treo lizard of which Mr Hud Â¬ Chicago Times said to him do right I am sure you will do right All that on one side compared with son tells a comical story related to Cam That young the doparturo of tho Scotch minister him by a Guacho friend who was When of Curtalim ttnrf IartlerYou will wont you any cleaning or sweeping 4t n riding carelessly along letting ono ond I have no in- Â¬ Why across ovory night who said to his friends man happy heavy curtains and ior his behind there flit shadows of eternal dark- Â¬ terest as to whether I llvoordic if Idle of Ho lasso trail largo iguana lying ap-Â¬ progress tho bu tiores should noticed a removed and after be ness Thcro aro adders coiled in overy I shall be with the Lord and if I llvo in tho sun parently of despair strik the Lord will bo with me or tho last ho rodo asleep very closoly and though ing thoroughly brushed and shake cup there aro vultures by it it It is well or stir but no sooner had he passod did not should bo allowed to hang in the air ing their iron beak into his heart there words of Washington than it are skeleton fingers of grief pinching tho last words of Mcintosh the learned raisod its head and fixed its attention until the rooms uro cleaned and ready and great Happy or tho last words on tho forty foot of lasso trailing slow- Â¬ for thoir return Heavy hanging will at the throat clicking of tho of Ilanna Moore tho Christian pootess ly by Suddenly he dashed after the absorb the odor from qigar wnpke or I come in amid the glasses and under the flashing of the Joyl or those thousands of Christians rope and dealt it a succession of vio- from any food which may be eoolcfari Wool woo who have gone saying Lord Jesus lent blows with it tail Whon the and tho greatest care should therefore chandollors And I cry Come Lord Josus whole of the lasso soverai yards oi bo taken that they be kept well air Tho way of the ungodly shall receive my spirit O death where is thy which had beon pounded in vain had Alio uuurwwy curiams may is no peace saith come quickly Thcro perish been dragged by the lizard with up oiuwtou nuu Jtitvvn tn to tho wicked Tho sting O grave where is thy victory my God lifted head continued gazing after it iiiax uiere if noma pe no inntviuui Oh Kwe Heboid tho contrast Heboid the with the greatest astonishment Never way of transgressors is hard my friends there is moro joy in ono charm of tho one behold the darkness had such a wonderful snake crossed iu unpleasant odor belkr tt theffi PHUlwrfk Ckreevkle drop of Christian satisfaction than in of the other Now I know it U very path before Edlnburff Beview C V i Â¬ Â¬ brff- beautiful fairer than a whole rivers of sinful delight te Other popular in this day for yoeng dove its wings voVoted with silver and wfngs may be drenched ot the storm think tfeere is somethlpg1 more eh armÂ¬ kb HOME HINT AND MjWP iifci V i iM t - yPm H If j V- - A OS v1 i i i gun-carriag- es RKP tSI4 i fun i Â¬ j -- t J Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ b r f V Â¬ Vff VLJ J I w i Â¬ 4 Â¬ m jfe- J tl r - Â¬ Â¬ hw iV I f- - J n ttt i t i iA iiidv- - iyyiiiftivTiiwiH tAiiifii1i nMii f Aii-h-- m fVfrfe mWm -- C wWy V IIZ J A K 5 Bl- - OOt XMKYX Mw X4hi TU k ftmart Attraay ef Twt ttvfrrnl day nlxmt a down lioboa wrt mimjmnI m th river near Lawrence burg Iml Becoming a nuleAnco by b9tHC ffOM Itouse to house tho pollco 1H wtok routed them One of tho gang wm recognised m an ex convict who emt yaani ago wm arrested on tho charge of robbery and tried in Dearborn ooMHty - n m my K X y fcj it Si V teVfti P u p At i kr r r - v V htief WYeTrktoit l lit I ltn B Liddle then an attorney of JUwrenceburg but now of Donvor 5 Dinnor from n m Colorado defeuded tho fellow wlio had si half a dozen aliases Tho prisoner prom ised to pay 60 for the lawyers services but receiving a two years Bcntcnco in ik penitentiary and being removed to clew to tho robbers fttrattiUKE1 Jeffersonville without paying anything Persons who sympalhizo with tho the attorney nover oxpectcd to henr of afllictcd will rojoico with D E Carr of iSU1 Uj his unfortunate client again or rcccivo a 1235 Harrison street Kansas City IIo B IZl fi cent on his fee But when tho prisoner is an Old suflercr from inflammatory rheu Â¬ had paid tho penalty inflicted by tho matism but has not herctoforo been WOfrWfrg court ho returned to Lawrenccburg and troubled in this climnlo Last winter 18 20 and 22 N UPPER STREET LEXINGTON KY A-X 2 stolo a 200 horse from tho unpaid attor- Â¬ ho went up in Wisconsin and in conse VWES If V o ney took it to Cincinnati sold it for quonco has had another attack It 110 revisited Lawrenccburg hunted up came upon mo again very acuto anu the lawyer and surprised ns well as de scvoro ho said My joints swelled and lighted him by paying tho 50 fco ho became inflamed soro to touch or almost HJLLIBERY AND DRESS MAKINGS bad promised before his conviction Mr to look at UKn tho urgent request of Liddlo praised tho fellow for his honesty my mother-in-laI tried Chamberlains littlo thinking ho was gotting part of tho Pain Halm to roduco the swelling and Grand Opening of Spring Dress Goods Every Day money realized on tho salo of his valua- Â¬ easo the pain and to my agrecablo sur- Opera House Block W-fM- ble family horse Tho stolon animal was prise it did both I have used three nover recovered and tho thief whoso fifty cent bottles and bcliovo it to be the ffllw LEXINGTON KY UR CUSTOMERS rocognizo tho fact thai wo aro giving real namo was Smith would never have finest thing for rheumatism pains and the bosfc vnluo ami showing tho largest assortmont ot been suspected of tho erimo if he had swellings extant For salo by John M MNow and Seasonable Dross Goods Silks Novoltios Vol not boasted of it when subsequently sent Rose vots and Millinery of any house in Kontucky Silks to tho penitentiary a second lime from Hot After MooitHlitiior A new and carefully select Â¬ from China India and Japan such styles woro novor Eipley county for horse stealing He United Stntes Deputy Marshal M S shown such beauties woro novor soon prieos woro never so low Soo said it was too good a joke to keep and Bullington of llnwesvillo Ky who has ed Stock of the tho great variety and novelty in our French Silks Satin Duchoss ho wanted tho pcoplo to know how easily been reconnoitcring over Grayson county Moire Antique Broeados Stripos Poau do Soio Zanzibars and Cha Â¬ ho had fooled a smart attornoy and con- for somo timo in search of moonshiners meleon effects Havo ovory weave known to tho most famous makors vinced him ho was an honest man by un- has captured and placed in jail at Loitch in Europe Our Gronadinos aro a specialty and our patterns can bo expectedly paying an old debt As field Bird Crimes of tho Bear creek neigh found no where else thoro was no warrant in existence for borhnod who is charged with selling his arrest ami Mr Liddlo was over 1000 liquor without licence He has a warrant Our Spring Woolons aro beautiful and our importations aro tho miles away tho officers could not hold for Charles Hates who is already in jail and latest our stock tho largest and most varied our stylos unoqualod at prices that defy compe- Â¬ Novelties in him for tho stealing of tho horse and ho on a former charge of selling liquor with China and Japanese Draporios was mado to hustlo for another location out license Only last week Doputy tition JrCome and see us Embroideries Laces and Whito Goods Underwear Corsots and as rapidly as possible Marshals Bullington and Hunter and Hosiery India Linen Dimity Mulls Piquo Kronch and English Nain Â¬ Respectfully Town Marshal Meredith raided a moon- Â¬ lIluotllumiulH To Ho Used sooks Embroidered Swiss In the future bloodhounds will be used shine district near Hig Clifty and cap Mrs MAGGIE HOWARD to track criminals in Fayotto county tured ono man but could not locato the Artistic patterns in wash matorials Duck Suitings Galatea Cloths Hinco beforo the war this practico has still Figured Corded Muslin Zephyr Ginghams Real French Organdies house our own designs Such a rarely boautiful solection of these lovoly not been in force At a mooting of the Mrs Lou Day requests us to say to Coains CArPTON KY goods woro never shown by ono houso before fiscal court Sqniro Lovi Grow throw a tho ladies of Hazel Green and Childrons Gingham tho sur- Â¬ and iWuslm Dresses splontlidly mado 0 months to 8 years bombsholl into tho camp by moving that rounding country J B ITOLLON PnopniGTOR that sho has just open Â¬ a committeo bo appointed to consider a ed a full and complete lino of millinery Roady made Eton Suite in black tan and bluo Shirt Waists Tho traveling public is itronac of proposition to purchase six bloodhounds dry goods notions ladies dress goods respoctfully solicitedtlio Table the best and Black Dross Goods tho best value tho best wearing tho most satisfac for tho county one to bo placod in each etc which she will sell at tho lowest every attention to the comfort of guests tory are tho uipm weaves Ho havo Ono Hundred varioties to soloct precinct and usod by tho farmers in prico for cash or produce butter lard rom Storm Serges are always ready Imperial Cords Tacquards LLEN HOUSE chasing down thoivea of all characters chickens cgg3 or anything she can uso ilolrose Henriettas Crepons and Granito Cloths Spring Capos Squiro Grow explained that tho amount for tho table Sho has a nico lino of loth and laco Spring Jackots now stylos light in weight low in LEE CITY KY of meat and tho number of fowls and trimmed and untrimmed hats for spring The above house is now open to the pub price small animals that had been stolen from and summer which will bo added to lic and the patronage solicited Table the Tho largest stock of Jouvin Genuine Kid Gloves in all longths all best the the farmors mado this action necessary from timo to time so that tho very latest sonable country a Hon Is and charges reaGooil stable and care of horses colors tho finost mado The committeo reported favoring tho styles can bo found hero Sho also has Give ine a call C ALLEN 313m Proprietor schomo and tho chances aro that tho a fine lino of toilet articles bluo graa will uso bloodhounds instead lMnylnt With t Snake of dotectlves in catching criminals in tho JAMES HOTEL Tho family of J Craig a merchant at Tho largost stock of Millinery Goods in Lexington Specialties timo to come This will not bo an inno Â¬ Blairstnwn N J woro horrified ono aft- Â¬ Fourth Street near Main in Bonnets Hats Childrons Caps Flowers Voiling Ribbons Soo our vation but a restoration of the practices ernoon last week to find a small child of CINCINNATI O display of now things from Paris London and Now York of beforo tho war in slavo times Mr Craigs playing with a livo black 4fOKO WKIJKIlS SONS aiminK 4f How It Fnya snnko four and a half fcot long on tho gSl Tlio jmtronago of Wolfe and Morgan DRESS MAKING As an illustration of tho vnluo of nd front stops of his houso A sister of tho counties solicited vertlsing ovon in small mnttors ono of child happened to go to Miss Orr has charge The latest styles aro given you a porfoct fit the door and our drupiaU this wook said that year ho screamed when sho saw tho Wodding and street costumes mado on short notice plaything that UOTEL LELAND Lexington Ky is sured did not advertiso his gardon seeds and tho child had At her outcry tho snnko 1 1 S It llltOOl Proprietor sold 19 worth this year ho kept it ho glidod away but returned shortly after- Â¬ New fore tile people through tho columns of ward and was killed Tho township is Electric Building Gas and Electric Light Elevator Heated throughout with the Deraoorat and his sales amounted to infested with snakes of all kinds and Hot Water jliMtates 200 a Day Near S Wf 300 another gentleman living in the KEEP PERFECTLY STILL scrorcs of thorn havo boon killed sinco business center and depot Come and see Huburbg put in a small local annouueing tho warm woathor set in S It IJHOOKS me Respectfully AND LISTEN TO US garden plants for salo and disposed of Dr S F Scott Bluo llidgo Harrison OKh more than 20 worth of tomato plants GOODS county Mo says For whooping alone He said nearly ovory customer You must nave goods and we must have money We will guarantee a savins of and mentioned tho fact that ho had seen tho cough Chamberlains Cough Remedy is at in o per ceni 10 you on every pur By using it f reoly tho disease excellent advertisement in tho Democrat and had chase from us We sell everything in NOTIONS is deprived of all dangerous consequences the Dry Goods and Notion line We come in consequonco Winchester Dem- Â¬ sell Carpets Oil Cloths and Window Thoro is no daugor in giving tho remedy If you want new styles and the ocrat Shades at best goods at bottom prices to babies as it contains nothing injurious Women Tribute you can always And theni them With the most patriotio and impresaivo 25 and 60 cont bottles for salo by John M Hoso ceremonies the monument erected by Lexington and Mt Sterling prices not in it We make Gents Clothing to orTwenty years ago this spring whilo the women of the United States to the der at less than ready made prices We pthr of Gen Washington was dedi Â¬ plowing W A Van Sicklo of Now give elegant guaranteed 16 and 18 West Main Street cated at Fredericksburg Va last Fri Â¬ Brunswick N J lost a watch in a fiold day Brief speeches woro mado by Presi Recently a colored man whilo planting LEXINGTON KENTUCKY To our customers Well give you tho dent Cleveland and Governor OForrall corn dug up a peculiarly shaped article biggest inducements you ever got to which turned out to bo tho watch After Senator Daniel delivering tho oration to trade with us Try it this vear I Among the throng in attondanco woro boing soaked in oil tho watch was found Vice President Stevenson Secretaries to bo in fairly good condition Tho crystal Your good butter and will pay 124 cents u THEIB011EI 1I1E STQE Carlisle Gresham Lamont Morton and of tho watch which was opon faced was pounu lor it Kggs bjse And when you want to got tho 5UBEST DiwelV Justice John M Harlan and unbrokoiK W HILTON uuujis tor tne jkast aiunky voi MuHt llnvo Monoy t nuu mac l can accommodate you In every aay ladies from Washington and olse All porsons who are indebted to mo particular I havo a largo stook to selea wttre not will irom anil oltherfor medical attention or other pur- Â¬ pleased towhether you buy or you lcomo bo sco jou every timo to Sheriff Douthill of Mayflold arrested poses aro requested to como forward and town Be Topoii a young man 20 years of OLU7 sottlo at once as I must havo monoy or Wishing our continued good will ami i v i aft ii Missouri Wednesday on tho its equivalent within SO days Please putronag rviuniii un in iiieiiae j - Mil vJ I OAftlt fTTIrlrnru Orovo Farm homa IUJHN M HUSK barge of Murdering an old man named P S Tunes are hard and I havent press Â¬ givo this your earliest attention and savo Ashlock last fall in Wingo 20 miles ed you but Id like to luivo a littlo money further oxponse Respectfully nowtoday If possible below Paduoah Ashlock was run over 11 John A Taumier M D FOR on tfc Bireeie and killed mysteriously OINTMENT May 11801 Following the nlurder was the disappear orU iHnMpJeparRton l veevoruBcdor heard S recommend it to un Horsemen iweef Thoaipeon and Bone Ashlock a Thocity council of Frankfort has fixed 5 We have hundreib of tuch Uttimontet Mpltew of the murdered man The tho rate of city taxation at 140 on each 100 worth of property and also pronephew k still at large Prt813e per battle AakyoardruBttotforlt 4-doe not kwpltiwdiMaSt MBnniiS VJiVJrV v vided for a poll tax of 160 on each OATATOOUK8 MINUTKS 4AiJ thlDK that can bo HttMphrei speoiflo No 10 cures dys male W 11 EDDY A CO Whitman TyT voter in tho city IlJTTKlt lIKVUS 4 KottuH up with type jUBifci iftdigeetkHt and weak stomach KNVKIiOViS f Ink Bud paper cnll nt pleaeaiit pellets just Every year increases tho popularity of A is only l a year and It U aoknowledged to be iy Ayera Cherry Pectoral for all pulmonary -- THE HERALD OFFICE paper mibl shed in KntimL v hiJm nowthu Vl0CH and secure a aau flUKKN K1 troublw Hll ll0 Komi uuiigs u win coutain UAKt uaillUV this year 0 Their Nervn Fnlletl Thnm The east bound oxpreaa train on tho Kansas City Memphis and Birmingham railroad was fifed into ono night last week near Uorso Crcok Ala whoro tho Tho engineer Best thing on tho market for the monoy minors riot occurred Send in your oiwr ui im stopped tho train and two men attempted HBINTZ Manufacturing to climb upon tho tender Tho express UUDiUJVl aUUDZi DVUAItO seeing them opened firo from messcngor his car and tho men iled to tho woods Thoy wcro armed but did not return tho Arc It is thought to havo been an at-Â¬ 12 W SHORT STREET LEXINGTON KY tempt to rob tho train tho nerve of tho Bronkfuat from 5 to robbers failing them when tho express RoKtilnr Moals 25 contB Moala to ordor at nil hours messenger began shooting at thorn Great 10 n m to 8 p m Suppor from 5 to 9 p m oxcitcment prevailed Among tho passen Â¬ gers two women fainted Thoro is no FRED J Jowelor w - KENTU0Ky KITCHERT v Oysters Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken a Specialty tttfoxwx cars 6ttt iPf v BUVBBt wWAraar ftWKC 4MM4M4W4M4m mmwmmi ForPgn DoMEsTirDRY GoodS rw w STORE - Â¬ o Â¬ Â¬ LATEST STYLES oGmooooooo Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MILLINERY DEPARTMENT ST DEPARTMENT 9 ctwxiKjas TrAsoMr Atr a 4 4 V DRY iii a Â¬ CINCINNATI PRICES Â¬ CASSELL A PRICKS Â¬ WANTI ALL I1T IIIIS WMestBT F Proprietor Q ii JV dir W 1 M M QUINNS PRD TING Â¬ THE HRRAin Bi ji I W 41 Uf V V V 1 Vlt I s f iyHI fgr