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I- u- V YT r3 vwx i I1 VJ4 -- ex KV - VPF - SPENCER COOPER Owner and Editor Hazel Green Heralr Established Maroh 4 1885 and Mado Famous in tho Colobrated Story of OfH t Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell 100 A Nly World With Newt From All Nation Lumferliig at lift Back YEAR Always In Ativan A TENTH YEAR Ik I i HAZEL QREEN WOLFE COUNTY TKXAS ICY THURSDAY MAY 24 1894 NUMBER 9 m MMMWM 11 O J0 1 h IfiftvU iji I When you come to Lexington drop in and ace B MMmMJvmCm - 1 1 1 1 ffim WSETZWS Hats and Furnishings for Men and Boys vv ak ixrifrM l ab t no uiiu 1A winI auuw u A fc 1 n nJ juu uiu uiyyuat SSX r i-- oiuuiv ui week before V r rtl TIAK A lluilget of Nowa From the Lone Stnr State Interesting Heading Owing to press of business I was uu ablo to writo anything last week or tho B W Bullocks ono of our most ro spcctablo citizona has a nixtecnmonth old Jersey heifer that has a calf and is a splendid milker I see J H Vest has his announcement in The Herald as a candidato for justice of tho peace I am acquainted with Mr Vest and know him to bo a first class gentleman Success to you uncle Wo aro still haying good rains in Tex as and tho crops are all looking well Oats is now mado and as fino as I over snw Corn is about waist high and is well stalked Cotton is looking fino con- Â¬ sidering tho recent heavy rainB t Somo of tho papers speaking of tho army speak of tho division from California and tho division from Toxas I havo seen no account of any such company organized in Texas Tho Frye army which passed through our stato wore not of us If I am not mistaken when it got out of this stato it was not quito as largo as when it entered at El Paso Texas feels jome what the cflcct of the general hard times all over tho country but there is plenty of work to do here and no occasion for armies of unemployed Toxans to go tramping over tho country on a wild The tone of tho papers is gooso chase considerably changed in reference to tho A spell of seriousness whole matter seems to be coming over the country and what tho outcomo of so many men with out money gathered at Washington will be cau not be divined The publicity given tho whole matter in the daily press from its incipiency has no doubt added greatly to the results Without the daily write ups of tho press tho dis- Â¬ content and tho gathering of discontented men would not havo been near so largo What was a molo hill in tho beginning by tho enterprising press in its effort to mako news has been magnified into a To say the Coxeyitcs aro mountain tramps and cranks does not remove tho sorious difficulties of their course but on tho other hand makes tho matters all the more serious The right of potition belongs to all classes That can not bo denied in this free government Tho unemployed havo as much right to go to Washington and potition or oven lobby congress as railroad men or bankers or factory barons But tho right to potition congress does not imply tho right to thrust themselves in great bodies up- Â¬ on privato citizens for their support It does not include tho right to trespass upon the property of others oven if tho others aro rich A wiser and more effectivo course for theso men to have pursued would havo been to havo sent delegates to represent them If they are what they claim to be unoraployd olaboring mon they no doubt havo tho sympathy of tho communities where they livo Enough money could havo been raised among their sympathizers to havo sent respectable delegations to Washington which would havo commanded tho re- Â¬ spect of congress and tho country If congress was run on any sort of business principles it might have been in such shapo that it could have adjourned and left tho snipo hunters holding tho bag until such timo as thoy seeing their folly would scatter in real search of labor or return to their homes But as matters now stand it seems to be inevitable that tho peoplo of Washington are soon to have a great many people on their hands whom thoy hardly know what to do with Â¬ tramping-on-to-Washingto- n Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ H JL Wn- W noicsaie ana ivctau you ever saw If you cant come write to us and tell us what you want LCxinctpN 15Z5Z5S yj tJ You will make more than your expenses though if you come in person and make your selections Mens Suits from 5 up Boys1 Suits from 125 up M KAUFMAN CO 3T 3HH6P Ny ONE PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE 54 E Main Stroot LEXINGTON KY HABCHS 24 W Main Street FOR LJB - MERCHANTS JOB WHOLESALE LOT ONLY HOUSE tlZ ml 1 1IDH I P - a i W 137 and 139 Race Street Big Drives in Yl - Ilr L i ViiPiriiittw AltPIFJDB m Cincinnati Ohio OOKIIH -- SH01S Q MSt EEC a J M J0aVSend for our Price List 165 GOODS and NOTIONS to Mail Ordors CtTTho leading house for FANCY DRY GOODS FURNISHING Alwnrys have Big Drives 167 Race Street CINCINNATI ram tofflssr O Special attention An Exnnilimtlolk for Nun Grndunto Thy Hlclnnn WWMWW The Decluniutory Content AmTS TiJCJ Traders Deposit Bank MT STERLING KY Capital 200000 Surplus 30000 BIGSTAFF President G L KIUKPATItlCK Vice President W W THOMSON Cashier o Â¬ We respectfully solicit the business of merchants farmers traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky A general banking business done Give us a chance to send you a bank book puy your checks and loan you money when in need W W Thompson Cash eiay ciitu Capital FLOYD DAY President Moil CLAY CITY KY M 50000 Cashier J F COX rJSwf No Bank in Eastern Kentucky has better vaults nor better facilities for keeping your account Managed entirely by homo people who know you and who are always ready to accommodate you BT Moncy to loan on reasonable rates Call on us GlarttMati ii- onai BsnR tt - MAIN STREET WINCHESTER KY Office of State Boaiid of Health Bowling Green Ky aiay 10 94 The state board of To the public health will hold a meeting for tho exami Â¬ nation of non graduate applicants for certificates to practice medicine under tho xecently enacted amendment to the medical practice law at the medical department of the university of Louis Â¬ ville Louisville Ky beginning at 1 a m Thursday Juno 14 1894 this being the day the amendment goes into operation Only persons presenting satisfactory evidence that they were reputably and honorably engaged in the practice of medicino in this state as an occupation prior to February 23 1894 and that they arc persons of good moral and pro- Â¬ fessional character will bo eligiblo for examination The moral and professional character of the applicant and tho credibility of the viitneases as to tho length of time he has been engaged in the practice in this state must be certified to by tho medical refereo of the county in which such per- Â¬ sons reside or must be submitted to this board ten days prior to the date of the When practicable tho examination Â¬ The second annual Bluegrass declama- Â¬ tory contest which will bo held in tho opera house this city Friday evening June 1st bids fair to bo one of tho prin Â¬ cipal events of the kind in the state and is already evoking much interest in many placed Prof A C Fleshman who has had the matter in charge has spared neither pains or expense to mako it n tJBH MMUSEJmWISy mmvMOtw k 3KBS5Pkt UvsffivB wrxvajl TjejBMi X e b boss Jr eg LEXINGTON Jkr of success Two handsome gold medals will QCDDDDDD bo awarded and speculation is rifo as to who will win them Tho judges selected all of whom havo Wo linvo mi ologant assortmont signified their acceptance aro Gov John Young Brown Judgo T J Scott and Gov Rov T W Watts of Maysvillo will mako tho presentation spoech Brown in conferring tho medals Tho following is tho program Spencer Best Millersburg training Doom of Claudius school Millersburg NOVELTIES and Cynthia Hugh Mann Harrodsburg acadomy A Vision of tho Past Harrodsburg Thos H Bailard city school Lexing tou Tho Maid of Orleans taMA - h i4 it K- - AND V- - IP witnesses should bo medical men JOHN W BEAN President All examinations will bo conducted in B F CURTIS Cashier writing and while practical in charactor Sarjlaa 100000 will bo fully sufficient to teat tho ability Capital 200000 of tho applicant to practice medicino Uaiivlded Profits 35000 with safety to tho people and to bo each applicant to practico Organised 1865 being the oWeet bank in successful made on all poluts medicino must mako a grado of not less the county Collections and your business solicited than seventy in each branch As this provision was mado by tho general assembly for tho especial benefit of worthy persona who have been reputably engaged in tho practice of medicino WINCHESTER KY for ton years but aro unnblo to comply N H WlTHBIirofaiMSibtalhri with tho present law and yot cannot bear the expcnBO and loss of timo involved in a regular course in a medical college up Capital 20000000 no fee will bo charged for examination Surplus 6000000 By order of tho board Henry Clay Lacy Hazel Groon acad Â¬ Pyramids not all emy Hazel Grcon Egyptian Weldon J Simpson city school Nich Appomattox olasvlllo W G Prather city school Flemings My Couutry My Mothor My burg God KID GLOVES QHHBBHE3E3 il Whon in Lexington fail to givo us a call QBBBBBDO dont 1 WlDRfiestei Bank Â¬ Paid Westerner Texas May 14 1894 Gold Discovered la lAwreaee Oeantr F M Wiloy a farmer residing In Lawrcnco county while plowing on his farm a short time ago discovered an ore with tho resemblance of gold and silver He sent the ore to Atlanta to be assayed The report of the asMyera shows that tho mine is very rich the gold being estimated at 190 per ton while there is found in the same vein silver in paying quantities A stock company will soon be formed to develop the mine Georgetown B tern Kentucky Sad offrs IU customer every faci my ana The o t liberal teras within tballultaof w ivgiuuiKio aiilrincr J Ke0HffderanTbUinesi Zu J J county M Matiiewb M D Pres M D Secy N McCormack umji VICTOR B0GS6RT - msnnffinuirina i 17 Jeweler E Short Street For whooping says Mo Chamberlains Cough Remedy is cough By using it freely the disease excellent ia deprived of all dangerous consequences There is no danger in giving tho remedy to babies as it contains nothing injurious 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by John M Row Dr S F Scott Blue Rldgo Harrison Samuel Adams a notorious moonshin- Â¬ er of Knott county who two years ago Deputy United Statee h- watohea nd Jewelry Bhot and killed r Marshal Russell Wireraau was captured Dealing and Mtabto Goods Fair ana wu In Colorado by detectives and brought BottdmPrlow AllQoodB back to Hindnan LEXINGTON KY James M Saufloy city school Stan Â¬ ford Spartacus to tho Gladiators Jesse Holman city school Harrods- Â¬ burg Tho Curso of Regulus Hughes Ourry city school Winches Â¬ ter Tho Corsicans Samuel F Maguiro city school Dan ville The Abandoned Troop Horso This program will bo interspersed with good music and a delightful timo la an- Â¬ ticipated Winchester Democrat Mr and Mrs II C Herndoa Entertain Mr and Mrs H O Herndon enter- Â¬ tained a number of their young friends at progressive pedro in quito an elegant manner Tho evening was an exceedingly pleasant ono for all those present who were loud in their praise of the hostess art in entertaining The enjoyment of tho evening waa also heightened by the delightful music furnished by Mise Nel Â¬ lie Swetnama sweet voice and guitar and tho mandolin in the hands of that skillful young musician Mr William Silcott At 1030 oclock delicious re freshment were served and here the hostess waa beautifully assisted by that charming young lady Miss Mary Brom Â¬ Masonville and Lous dale Cotton 7Jc yd Best Calicos 4ic yd Lancaster Apron Ging Â¬ hams 4Jc per yd v H fcvf Wl - V Wo aro Solo Agents for Fosters Kid Gknis FsailMrooni Corsiis akd Standard Pita cm m i loy 0aranted The prize a little brows jug and a pepsia indigeetloB and weak stomach souvenir of the Worlds fair waa woo by A small bottle of pleatant pellet jutt fits your vest pocket 36 cents Sold by Mr W J MilUr CatktUburg Demo Â¬ crat all druggUta Humphrw specific No 10 cures dys- - mnssMfor vk uui IV J I Lexingtons f V - A vli M uiCtjtm iJkV jft jiHtiaAijmw - J- - Jffi 1 3 liff Br if1 f i- W KING CORN tKC Cora to - fH 4 Jolly old fellow AimItbIm wllhAnrovldonthAtxtl BM waw MMealR autumn so mellow rrlWt rtefe i tores for thrifts L4ea HI ciruiosiB ak totlo f lUi dyhusty oldea oa Mts fcceptor u tiiutfioal wand VRg has his thousands of cattle Nono hotter the world ovor kuovv And ho Kiattfftho coin Jlnglo tind ruttle fid piles up 5 billion or two Whon t murlict ho poos At tno UfUt wlnltir duows With the herds that on his farm grow VMb it f Ik- - l- - Ring Corn feeds all of the nations The richest and poorest and all Se sends them caoh year such rich ratlof Whon harvest oomos on In tho fall That ho makes them rojolco To rceclvo each tho choleo Of this kings richest gifts at their oalL When potatoes are short in tho island The Emorald Isle of the sea When tho drought brings distress to the rjre land And Russia sonds out a sad ploa Ills ships heavy laden Oer the billows do hasten With food for tho starving you soo Tou may talk of Kins Cottons dominion And boast of his craplro ho great But hero Is our honest opinion Which vro are not modest to state That Cotton is vassal And lives In a onstlo Jnst within old Kini Corns pnlnco gato J E A V7hltwam in Farmers Voice lu-J- - i It EPISODE IN COLORADO BV BIAItY ICopyright A WINHTON by tho Author 1804 iT wus n chilly oveninjr in curly full Wo all sut around our rml dy c a in p flro and raveled in its wnvmtli My III nfij4f mrie T tv- kt iiti i - r nj VYVU J 1 w Colorado in tho pursuit of our chosen profesHion How woll I romembor that nihtl Tho roUtjh minors sat and siuolccd their Bliort cutty pipes in stolid Bpecchlcss lSr Iv1 ip flit rt tftliltir Hwvw- glHts who wero 1 and Won tho rl oe 1 friond Ainiissi yvf wore WC0CB inpr camp ftt a min in Those of us who formed alittlo group by ourselves with the superintendent of tho mine for our center laughed and talked gayly to while away the long tedious ovoning hours Each one considered it his duty from time to time to add his mito to tho general merry- Â¬ making and would relate some amus ing or thrilling anecdote All except one for my companion Ainasa Weath erleo sat gloomily and silently with his arms folded and his oyes fixed on the fire Now Amasa was usually tho gayest of tho gay and thuro wus not a man at Silver Lock camp who could tell a better story than he lie wus a handsome fellow of noble physique and of a healthy sunny aspect in gon ernl The curly hair that hud grown long in the wilderness and lay loosely on his flauuel shirt collar wus gulden In hue and his cheeks dimpled like a girls whon ho smiled Wo had rallied Amasa several times on shis unusual silence whon ilnally ho raised his head and spoko Well friends I suppose I must oon tributo my share to the evenings en Â¬ tertainment So I am going to toll you a curious story Years ngovhen I was a little child I Inula strange dream 1 seemed to Btand alono on a great Hat waste desert which stretched away in in Â¬ finite dreariness and monotony to tho banks of a river Bhlning liko silver in the distance As I stood in tho midst of tho dcaort and gazed away toward thta rlvor I saw something so small that it looked like a more tiny speck leap out of tho water and begin run Â¬ ning across tho deholato moor in my Â¬ Â¬ light back making them look like a spoeies of grotesque giant in the flickering fire Â¬ content their wild unlcompt beards end great arras from which tho rod flannel shirt aloevcs had been rolled PERSONAL AND LITERARY been pormttted to forget it For slnca then I httvo had that same dream with Miss poetess tlie vory same dotails in every caso and wants to Edna Dean asIroctorapostlo of bo known tho tho same conclusion again and Efnin tho national flower Sho as I have grown fo manhood It has maize us Indian considers corn as being tho h4untcJinylMe List night I lrcmod most distinctively American product it again and to day us I was riding to Tho oldest mathematical book in I heard with my waking senses i tho world is called the Papyrus that same horriblo mocking lla Hal Uliind It is in manuscript of course qf tho dream Amasas voico sank away to a mourn and was written by one Ahmes an ful whisper Tho weight of a terrible Egyptian who lived in the year 2000 apprch6nsion Boomed to be pressing U C The book is now in tho Urltlsh him down And yot it was nothing but museum Samuel Miuturn Peck the poet tho shadow of a dream that was laureate of Alabama lives in a quaint his bright spirit clouding ntahglbio and fautastlc us my old homo on tho outskirts of Tuscaloosa friends trouble scorned to mo yet it He is handsome genial and brilliant pained me to soo that horror stricken a medical graduate though ho does look in his honost eyes I turned away not practice a good pianist a fine from tho great camp fire that I might singer and an entertaining conversa Â¬ not see that look and in doing so I tionalist Judge A H Norton the old gentle- Â¬ faced tho long irrogular lino of tho barracks or minors quartots with man with unshorn hair and beard tho small cabins of tho superintendent carrying a cano given him by Henry and his assistants nestling near There Clay who has been seen at all repub- Â¬ vvaH a light in tho superintendents lican national conventions died at cabin Just as Amasa finished spunking a Dallas Tex recently Ho made a vow womans f aco appoarcd at the open win Â¬ in 1M1 not to have hisfhair cut till dow of this cabin Her features were Clay wus elected president and paid no silhouetted ngainst tho outside black Â¬ toll to barbers for the last odd fifty ness of tho night for an instant With years a start I realized that she was gazing Hero is another evidence of the rc at Amasas dejected figure with tho gurd in which tho lady who figures un most baneful expression of fiendish der another name in Dodo has been and savage rcvengo Appearing as she hold by her countrymen The dedica Â¬ did at tho end of that strange nurru tion of tho lute John Addington Sy tlvo of ids tills woman seemed to mo monds fissjys Speculative and Sug in a flash to bo tho evil spirit of fa to gestive runs as follows To Miss brooding over his destiny Margot Teunant 4n memory of long It was Maliala tho superintendents dnrli winter nights at Davos mude beautiful young Mexican wife luminous by witty conversation Once I had seen her offer Amnsa a Tho lute Chiof Iustice Stono of Al crimson roso which sho plucked from ubamu was held in high esteem as a her black hair but Annum who wus in man us well as in great repute as a no mind to sot evil tongues to wagging jurist Ho served on tho bench for hud said curtly fifty jcnrs in that time de more Miidumc no ono but your husband cidingthan more than two thousand four is worthy of such gifts from your fair hundred cases Gov Jones in an Â¬ hand nouncing No greater iMahala dropped her nynn and when or purer his death said man ever lived or died in Alu she raised them to follow Amasas re liainu and none whose death wus a treating form tho amorous look in greater culumity them hud changed to ono of bitter My Hrooklyns squandered savings scorching hate It made me shudder were a contributing cause to three suito behold tho counterpart of that look Â¬ cides those tho young on tho night of Amasas story It was self of R A ofLovecraft andwoman herof a young said that Mahnla hud Indian blood in Hebrew who wus their partner in a hor veins and I believed it luckless business enterprise The young Air Woathorlce have you ever Hebrew had tho business knowledge heard an Indian war whoop needed for the undertaking and lie It was tho superintendent Col Altruz who spoke Ho was a Spanish was reputed honest and Industrious Moxicun but had served In the frontier but when he saw tho venture must be a failure he throw himself bencuth the warfare of tho states I am a New wheels of a train No said Amasa Mrs Lydia Hoyt Farmer author Knglunder born and bred and know A Short His very little about Indians outside of of A Knight of Faith tory of the French devolution Tho story book talcs of them Well resumed the colonel the Life of La Fayette etc and editor of What America Owes to Women has cry of the dream you describe resem- Â¬ been the recipient of u note of thanks bles exactly an Indian war whoop from Queen Victoria to whom Mrs Furmer recently presented a copj of the beautiful white and gold exposi- Â¬ tion edition of the well known work The National Exposition Souvenir What America Owes to Women Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 wobs of wire which havo been spread over our cities and delight to oxhlbit thoir power by entering upon electric light circuits showing the dynamos how to burn out wires and set firo to buldlngs Indeed ono of tho most serious concerns of tho practical electricians is to deviso methods of pro venting lightning from breaking and entering There is a popular supersti- Â¬ tion that tin multiplication of electric circuits in our cities and towns has driven off thunder storms but there is no proof that such is tho case Tlw lightning is still an unwelcome visitor and comes at tho most unexpected times I havo no doubt however that tho multiplication of wires is to a cer- Â¬ tain extent a safeguard against tho ex Â¬ hibition of the horsepower of lightning by its destruction of chimney tops rending of trees and even the killing of human beings for tho multi tude of wires listributcs tho electrical charge and it finds a quick passage to the ground in many directions It may be observed here that tho practice of combining gas fixtures and Dlcctric light circuits so that one can use gas or electricity is fraught with some danger Tho electric wires tre often led along tho gas pipes and if lightning should succeed in following tho olectrie wires into tho house it would naturallj jump to the gas pipes and seek tho ground If there should bo a gas leak oven from a minute pin lole it might be lighted If tho light ling does not color tho house by the wires it is possible that a heavy dis hargo may cause sparks between he electric wires and the gas pipes y what is called induction I knew an instance where a spark between the electric light wires and the gas ips ignited the gas which streamed rom a minute hole iu the pipe If the jet had not been noticed in time the building would surely have been set on fire The building was provided with Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lightning fuses nererthetess the min ute sparks were caused by a lightning Fixture discharge Combining A lrotoMt Aj nlnit If I wore building a now nml Electrlo Circuit sliould bo careful to koep the house I It seems at tlmcB as If the bolts of electric wiro circuit away from the gas lightning grew envious of tho great pipes Tho practical eloctriclan and DANGERS FROM LIGHTNING Â¬ theoretical plumber would doubtless call this a scientific mans superstition but a long study of electrical sparlep has mado mo respect their wldo and varied manifestations of oJicfrgy--Pr- of lohu Trowbridge in Chautauquan A AjLj MOSS COVERED DERELICT ItilSSl wtfen bH Hill now of the Hrailian navy was on tho Jcanotto relief expedition to Ihe Arctic regions iiont out by tho government his ship for a time was laid up at Reykjavik th6 capital of Iceland While thero he saw a derelict float in and strlko tho wharf It was at once mado fast and proved to be loaded with yellow pine lumber Tho vessel was literally cov- Â¬ ered with moss and barnacles and In- Â¬ vestigations disclosed the fact that the name of tho old craft that for years by the tide and winds had been driven hither and thither was tho Jamestown The inhabitants of the capital thought that a great prize had fallen into their hands Everybody turnod out and took a hand in unloading Tho lumber en me out in good condition and the Reykjavikans estimated that there wusenough of it to last them for twenty five years Hut alas what a After world this is as a hope crusher tlio people had unloaded and piled tho the Denmark government lumber stepped in and confiscated it and started a lumberyard of its own On return of tho Jcanotto exposition government made inquiry regarding tho Jamestown and learned that sho was loaded in Pensaeola Fla in 1805 soon after the close of the civil war Thus for sixteen years the lumber laden vessel had lloatedas a dcrclicton the high seas Northwestern Lumber Â¬ man An AlMimlnncil VcmcI Thnt Floated About tliCjAUiiiitlu for Sixteen Yours jgRmlfaf M I f 4 1 1 HiifcirjriujjucxA iv i ill wytH 4 7rWfrrtvS9mf7Mk HUMOROUS mm Z viv --s n ----fc - ev -- 7T j N Y World am inclined to think there must be Tlioy say old Souk has Haverly Apuohes in our neighborhood I shall water on the bruin Austen Then send a search party out iu the morning he must have a hole on tho top of his and we shnll probably frighten tho red head Life devils off Hiiro us tho nuked branches of dead tress Tho superintendent laid his hand Whoso chilly lingers jroj to leaden skies kindly on Amasas shoulder So bnro of worthy deods tho llfo thnt sees Come Mr Weatherloc cheer up Distress and will not sympathize Vhy is Jack such a favorite Hut its a coincidence of course dreams are queer things and often among the Indies Ho is neither rich find strange fulfillments in real life I nor handsome Oh but he never at Â¬ wouldnt dwell upon that ono of yours tempts to guess their ages Phila Â¬ any longer if I were you delphia Record Wo uro such stuff its dreams aro mado of Author whose new play is being And our littlo llfo is rounded with a sleep hissed by the whole audience quoted some ono lightly and the group Heavens I shall have to hiss too or broke up for the night they will find out that lam tho au- Â¬ 4AMOIK INVO T1IK CAMP ItlPKPtKSS Natpraliy when a girl goes to work out sho hates to stay in Elmira Ga- Â¬ zette With what verses arc you Mabel the most familiar Poet Reverses MY CLOTHES HUNG TO MY FRAME LIKE A BAG Mr Silas Galimore of Spencer Owen County Indiana as he appeared be fore using Dr Kilmers Swamp Root Almost every person is familiar with tho hardships to which a Farmors llfo is ex- Â¬ posed Mr Galimoro was a man of iron constitution and stalwart frame but hard work and a scries of colds brought on by repeated exposure dovelopcd into A e i iV f C k t i IOfWW AMASAS HKTllKATINO K0R direction On approaching this a bull or two already there H wont spook took tho shape to my bo anj harm to have it along icy of of an exclamation point which Amasa thanked him and rodo away TO rapid-ly-iupvlu- g lllutter soureh party wont out to discover tho Hcrlinor This scenery is really whereabouts of tho Indians in our Hut you havo Native vicinity but the men came back and re Â¬ grand grander views near Herlin No in Â¬ ported that they found no trace of tho I am afraid yon are not a deed savages Fliegondo Blatter At noon Amnsa evidently anxious to llerlinon Cholly has such a habit of telling show that ho had overcome his weak Yes ness of tho night before rode out of all he knows said ono girl camp and shouted back that ho wus replied the other but it wouldnt be bad if going to D for tho mall Tho so knowingho would only make a point of all ho tells Washington superintendent stood at his cabin door Star Aro you armed Mr WeatherleeV Young Mother Haby is some ho asked as Amasa went by Ho is teething Tho latter shook his head My re Â¬ what cross to day volver is out of order Hut I have never Huoholor in great ttwo of the mite of And whon do you expect had any uso for a weapon hero in the humanity him to commence or hairing desert Tho suncrlntendent hand ml ovir M Yoguu May Does Charlie always como pistol at eight and go at eleven Hoion Htttor tlvko that Wait a bit Ho Yes ho has for months How strange rewent into tho cabin but presently I dont see how you havo time to say a I cant find my cartridges appeared word besides good night Inter and my wife is out or sho could toll me whore sho has laid them Hut there is Ocean Fliegondo Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ At dnybrenk the next morning tho thor Very Uatl Caso of Kidney Trouble b 4 G rumple passing on Yes the camp riderless We found Amusu wfth Huflqlo Courier flvo miles away in tho desort Ho lay raise whiskers Hangs son has a wonderful influ Â¬ on his back He hnd been shot through tho chest and then strangled to death ence over him Hangs goes to ehuroh How did he persuade Tho dream tho dreaml whispered regularly now Well you seo hes only his father tho awo strlckon men Hut I looked into Mahalas impassive three months old and It wus either go face so palo for all its swarthy beau- Â¬ to church or tako euro of tho baby ty and V know how the ilrutin had A man reduced to dejiporatlon found its fulfillment through hiri debt Hung himsilf into a i 8 fcrd river A klnd heurted individual res- Â¬ continued Ainasa sol- jr4tt eitleran The Chinese cultlvato dwarf oaks cued him and said You owo me mly doubtless you are wondering and pines perfect trees in every par- your llfo Tho wonld bo suicide hoav why and hqw I reooueci so cieany mis ticular but from six inohes to a foot lug a sigh Heres a nico liX high Ike result is attained by root nfgl itiiW another debt J LaTrlbuua JPJn 53 Â¬ how-dye-d- o vor grow larger and largor till it wai the size of a man I seemed rooted to the spot and spellbound watched the aurlous phantoms swift advauce Svhen it rescfied trie It uttbrcd r pe cullar mocking blood curdling Ha Bal and then leaped upon m and throttled mo I cannot describe to you tho horror of that dream to be murdered by an exeiaiuatlau point r It sounds ttoo ab- - That ovoning his horso galloped into able tor raise er dime tor git shaved Say mister have yer got ony sugges Â¬ tions tor make tor a feller wat aint -- Rugged Richard Insinuatingly and a general derangement of tho urinary rgans which finally broko him down and from a giant in strength ho became in less han a year a woak trombling uud ulmost a helpless man Mr Gulimoro tolls tho inter Â¬ esting story in his own way pausing a inomcut ho said my wholo trouble seemed to havo scttlcdon my kidneys and in my urinary organs and continued to distress mo more or less for about eight yoars I went to a number of dlffcrcntdoctors of good rcputo but kept getting worso all thotlmo my ap petite became Very bad and my strength all tloscrted mo I got so wcuk that I could walk but a few rods without resting I used to bo a big heavy strong man weighing 200 PouiuIh TJut I Ran Down to Â¬ KJa Pounds ivns weak mid pulo my clothing hung to my iv frvn ujn a lvicr and looked as if they wero twico too largo for me After having been treated by tho best physicians receiv- Â¬ ing only temporary roliof I lost all hope and thought thero was ro euro Ono day my son was in Frank Lnwsons Drug Store your agent at Speuccr when I wus feeling more dead than allvo Ho persuaded him to havo mo try a bottlo of Dr Kilmors Swamp Root Kidney Liver and Bladder Remedy I did so and soon began to get relief and steadily improved in every way gaining in strength and weight until r Now I Tip Tho Scjtlcs at2pl2 Ponntls M I am at the present timo a vigorous old man of 74 years and feol that I have a new leaso of life I can only say to thoso who havo lost all hopes on account of the failure of physicians and medicines that thoy will not havo performed every duty they owo to tliemsolvos and those who may bo dependent upon them unUlthey bavomndo ono raoro effort uud tried Di Kilmors Swamp Root Sincerely yours Jan lSth18M Ha GtsiORK Every testimonial of Swamp ROot Is ab BQlutoIy true Tho name and address is cor rectly given If yoa have any doubt writs and Hnd out - THE POT INSULTED THE COOK HAD f HE KETTLEBE5ouSE ri1R NOT USE6 mm pruning GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS SAPOLIO SHOULD be used in every KITCHENi SAPOLIO hu- ALQ aHfejL Sr3WfTj j wdr r WHWftJPf wsr wv X PTy TJ Tr1fJWJl V nff art yfl 15 n - ii -- i ci V WBSW Latest AGRICULTURAL HINTS POTATO PLANTER HORSES ARE NERVOUS Therefor They Should ni Treated with Considerable Consideration 3 In ono town in Tho great superiority of tho horso to made In Pennsylvania Good Ono Constructed Tor a Bright all other dumb animals according to that state there is a factory which em- Â¬ Voting Ohio Varmor ploys ovor two hundred hands Tops On my return homo from tho Ohln Mr II C Merwin is tho fineness of his nervous system Almost all the fastest are made of boxwood mnplo and Ht Rtato UnlversltV fwhoro Rfc all ntn lmil Taking turnl ntticlttiits should I spent a ffrcat horses says the some writer have been imm vitaea larger all kinds of tops together number of lnnplo ileal of time in the mechanical labora- Â¬ remarkable for their nervous high are sold than either of the othe woods strung constitutions Others have had tory I purchased a second hand sot of l ox wood comes next and next lignum uuioksmith tools and went to work on oh good legs and as good lungs but vitae but in the aggregate amount of have lacked tho necessary courage aul rainy days repairing our farm tools determination tho do or die spirit 6ales of each kind the boxwood tops Not feeling- justified in buying1 a potato Â¬ and tho planter for the planting of six or eight which makes a horse keep on after ho are iirst the maple nextlignum lig Is out Htcrcs in tho graveyard reading a tomb Yoni is tired lint this very nervousness ren- Â¬ num vataelast Not ninny vatae absolute coat insldo you remarked tho Btonej Sacred to tho memory of Thomas Idiot rejoined Uio Thank nores and being too luzy to carry a tops are sold on account of their eost towering genius as ho hastily rectified tho Blondormlnd Wlrks--Y- cs Isnt It ri lond and drop as heretofore 1 resolved ders the horso tho most irritable of The lignum Dont speak of It sold tho idiot diculous Slcndormind was tho most for vitae tops ore told more In error creatures the most easily worried and to construct a planter of my own tho uoswra I um the south and in the northwest than In self troubled witli ahsencoof mind my- Â¬ Rctiui follow tnat over uvoa Lranscript Waif cut being u representation of the re- Â¬ distressed Upon this point Mr Mer Â¬ other parts of the country It may be win mukes some observations that are sult worth reading by all who have or ex of interest to note that most of the Dotou feel perfectly safo about having If two men who aro mortal enemies meet It is very simple and yet does its pect to iron pegs used in peg tops are cast in your wife drivo this horso Great Scott In society thoy Igivoro each othor If two have horses of thefr own work completely It consists of u frumo yes Unit horse has too good sonso to allow fcmolo enemies meet thoy kiss each other Newark X Hartford Post Harsh treatment though it htop Fllegcndo Blatter any woman to drivo him into a dangerous supported on machine wheels which short of intlicting physical pain keeps place Farms for tho Million Inter Ocean can be bought for price of old iron o nervous horso in a stato of misery Tho marvelous development of tho States Wheels th a rim of cogs are preferred On It Is always tho other fellow whobrlnge tjouth Dakota Iowa Ne the CnoLiin My undo loft his fortuno to nn politics Into tho discussion of a publlo ques- Â¬ The shoe is made of quarter inch as a other hand it is perfectly true of Minnesota braska and Wyoming within tho last few asylum for tho feeble minded Miss Crusty tion On our side wo novcr sink below tio besotted but intelligent stable- years tins am steel eight inches wide at heel und acted uucnuoti in an parts or How touching it is to know that ho pro- Â¬ level of statesmanship Boston Transcript tapering oft narrower and is cut or keeper once observed to me A kind the world It Is not necessary however to vided for your comfort at tho very last word for a boss is as good bometimes search far for the causes of this wonderful Inter Ocean bent something the shape of a corn as a feed growth for this entire region which Is Pnoiunrvr few peoplo tako so much Intor of oats planter shoe or hoe The roar should penetrated by Tho North Western Llue ost In their business as tho pawn brokers A single blow may be enough to spoil It takes a sharp man to find out a womans Boston Commercial Bulletin be spread apart tho two being first teems with golden opportunities for ontor u racer Daniel Lambert foundor of prlslng farmers mechanics ami laborers fallings but whon a man foils thowholo riveted together so as to allow the po- Â¬ the Lambert branch of the Morgan who desire to hotter their condition Hero town echoes with tho uews Puck tato to puss through to the ground fatuity W X DOUGLAS 3 KlIOK kKn lands which combino was thought as a three y ear old arosell oil ma to ami physical all varieties rquals custom work coiling from IIH This shoe is supported bv four braces to be fcaturo that of AbniluiDi Lincoln Stories best value for ftmm in4 to 6worldtheNaros the ninier mid prlea the riveted to the shoe and bolted on oppo J day the fastest trotting stallion of his render them most desirable for agricultureÂ¬ An illustrated book unmorrcd by adverlie was a very handsome stylish or commerce Rich rolling prairies ca tising containing stories and anecdotes told Bvcn bottom stamped on aWEET sue sicies oi tlie frame tnus allowing it intelligent horso ur warranted uaisno midus and also extremely pable of raising tho liuost quality of farm by Abraham Lincoln many heretoforo unwklcsj tute See local papers for full to swing One of the rear braces ex luxurious abuudauce can troducts inat low prices and upon most still published will bo sept freo to ovcry person description oi ourcompiew lib- Â¬ sending his or her address to tho Lincoln tends above the frame thus making a sensitive His driver Dan Mace line tor lames ana ja Rood pro eral terms and llArtiaH AIB AM Iam lever with which the dropper who the best rcinsmen in though one of ductive farms canInbomany casesforscarcelyÂ¬ Tea Co Ft Wayne Ind purchased America once Catalog yoSaijrtmtsiuttratd Civinfr i sits at the rear can raise tho shoe made the mistake through many eastern ill temper more than tio yearlv rental pay ltcaching Kobblo whv Is it that you al Â¬ Mamiu farmers aro compelled to structlons or bad judgment of giving Daniel tho principal cities and towns and tho ways quarrel with tho little girl ncxtdoorl Mrr rumt snwT- howoor Lambert a t evere cut with his whip richest and most productive farming dis- Uobbio Causosho wont over hit a fel- Â¬ dcrhvitialt Postape free You era ret the belt bargains of dealer who push our shcrcs later Ocean and that single blow put an end to his tricts of this favored region The North low like boys do North Western Western Lino Chicago usefulness as u trotter He became wild offers its patrons tho advantages of and ungovernable in harness and re Â¬ Iiy ready markets unexcelled train service mained so for tho rest of his life perfect equipment and all tho comforts In dealing with a horse more than and conveniences known to strictly llrst- time tables railway travel with most animals one ought to exer classgeneral information Mapsbe obtained of re can and cise patience care and above all the ticket agents of connecting lines or by ad power of sj in pa thy so as to know if dressing W A Thrall Cicncral Passenger Ticket Agent Chicago possibc the real inotiveof his doing or and Ity Chicago 111 1IOM rMADi lOTATO 1IAXTKH refusing to do this or that To acquire Tnn strawberry hox makes a very picaswhenever desired The chain which such Knowledge and to act upon it can be token up or let out at will when acquired is a large part of the ant impression oven though wo know how very shallow it is inter ueein pulls the shoe and also regulates ethics of horse keeping Is the most important part of your organism Three the depth of planting as the farTho SUIH and Knowledge HINTS FOR HORSEMEN fourths of the complaints to which the system is subject ther buck it comes until braces are at Essential to tho production of tho most per fect aud popular laxative remedy known right angles with frame the deeper it are due to impurities in the blood You can therefore It is wise to sell when a good offer is have cuabled tho California Fig Syrup Co 3 will plant The driver sits on the box realize how vital it is to to achtevo a great success in the reputation which should hold at least one bushel made of iui romedv Syrup of Fics as it is con- IJtorKit shoeing will often cure lame ccucu to no tne universal laxative For sale The box is raised above the axle thus ness in a horse by all druggists allowing room for the drivers feet and For which nothing equals S S S Itoffoctually W In 18D8 there worn sold in Chicago at L makes it easier dropping A board is romoves all impuritios cloanses tho blood thor Unless you can keep on good terms with P nailed in the box just above the hole the Union stoeTc yards MMO horses for yourself you are likely to keep bad com oughly and builds up the genoral health pany most of the time Rain llorii thus causing the potatoes to work Our T SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta 6i W Accohping to the Hussion ruleb in a down in front and not roll out behind Corona Tloarscncss Sore Throat etc The tube is made in two sections work Â¬ race a horse eun only muko three breaks dckly relieved by Buownh HnoNruuL ing like a telescope in ease the depth is of six jumps each nocnus SnUi unlu in boxes Price 25 cts changed it can be made of slitf cloth Thk best results are those obtained SoctETT means with tho and laced together at the joint The after the trainer has had an opporfledical Discovery marker is adjustable and can be tunity to learn the disposition of tho other fellow lookiug ou Young Mous Era The Greatest of the Age changed to eitl er side without getting colt Liku Oil Upon Troubled Waters is Halos off Aktki all the color of o horse mat Honey of Horehound and Tar upon a cold The plan for getting the potatoes the ters but little The old saying is a true Pikes Toothache Drops Cure in ono minute proper distance apart is quite simple oue A good horjo is olwujs a good Ino tight box Sardines Texas Slf tings r also A short piece of fence wire wth color MEDICAL DISCOVERY Tnn greatest nobility is ability Young i tki w1 a ring bent on each end it bent down lwi i n c In 14f i i ir ritiiuakuu iiiaib iui ti uii lil hw ii over the run oi the cog wheel u bolt is tr tju uiveh and tins electric ear bar Mens Era DONALD KENNEDY of ROXBURY MASS STHAiom is tho road to success against placed through the lings and between thrown more than a million horscsout His discovered in one of our common two pair f Truth two cogs then the tap put on tight of employment pasture weeds a icincdv tii it cures every The number of bolts needed will de Tin hnrse business has been brought When tho rat sets out to bo a reformer ho kind of Humor from ih wist Scrofula pend upon the distance apart that you dow n to practical business principles cries Abolish tho traps Young Men down to a comr on Fnii le wish to plant Now fasten a spring on which ib one of the best indications ol Era M his tried it m ever eleven hundred the frame so that it will touch these its luture prosperity cases and neci failed eyept in two cases Tnn honest man never stops to lnqulro bolts and the dropper is told just when both thunder humei k has now in his Tin iirst thing for the breeder to do whether honesty pays Galveston News possession over two bundled cettificates to drop is to form a clear idea of the product We novcr scoa bankrupt at tho charity 0f its value all within twenty miles of Anyone who can handle tools fairly desired and then to use his best means wmii uoubu inuts uilu ms viuuiuh Ku BOSton ben J postal card lor book every farmer ought to know well and and intelligence to producu it A benefit is always experienced from the how to handle both blacksmith and Skim milk up Donanu Does Gnyboy rlng Tho Old first bottle and a perfect cure is warranted carpenter tools can build this dropper a run down is excellent for building but constitution in u coll No right quantity is taken Folks at IIomo It will not cost to exceed 2 and will it should be given in moderation aud plays them Inter Occau I think he ouly When the the lungs are affected it causes When Â¬ more than pay for itself in the cultiva11 shooting pains like needles passing bo suddenly disused Tnn angler is so absorbed in his hobby through them the same with the Liver or tion of ono crop on two acres properly must not Tin demand for western cow ponies that ho generally fishes with baited breat K Frye Jr in Ohio handled I H is caused by tlie ducts be- Â¬ Bowels Yonkcrs Gazotto has increased owing to their being Farmer ing stopped and alwavs disappears In a used as polo ponies in the east Prices When both judgo and jury aro against a ttraar tllll il ttinr it lp1rl tlio lthpl iflir VW have risen and it would appear as if man ho thinks thirteen an awlully un- WWItthe stomach istoui VM bilious it win rur pg FEWER FARM FENCES or rarmers Bill If minirs utSHRaJNI lucky number Truth was money In tho business there cause saueamish feelines at first fl R Hands and How ii I J rial Deal of Itlior und ivnso Tiiu power and longevity of the horse Nocuangcof diet ever necessary Eat Tbo outor Do Michi He Niu1 CoMPMMENTutT on NotI Rosallo are in exact ratio to the intelligent care you ovor get tired of thinking Jack V Jack the best you can get and enough of it i tliUBoloUovru top aolo nxtenda tho Trhololoncthol to the hoel protecting tlio shank In The old faiihioned zigzag or Vir- Â¬ try to think Dose one tahlesnoonful in water at bed iiiiuuiuK iiivgiiiK ana uuiiir irorir iiom nimuij Yes and Idol throw bout AH1C TOUKIMAEKUformem ginia rail fences so common forty on feeding he receives He can draw of you and whenCourieralways Boston time Sold by ail Druggists his fixed stock of vitality to supply year ago aro now seldom seen aud deficiency of food or to do over Cover nil to left I prcsumo Mrs Harpo will Mr8 Gossu Cover all to Uiour Mono walls tlie perhaps are novor built of this line and of thU line find her music often thrown down work but it shortens his life and re forget all about Miss Gossip uow sinco her are cumbersome see how he en sec how Iiq felt Oh no she huaband died The Genuine duces his value N V World joy ca by the frost of winter ami btibsequent when lie still plays but only on tho black koya uceu Mlliss De Long Pat Hook Hullabaloo thawing and are not economical ex AMERICAN MERINO RAM Poor chirSse cept on farms so covered with stone Soap and Lvi has on the face Coip Tnn DniMA op Lin Man You say Itdrlcfl that it is of first importance to get rid llcturo of the Iroml lloiiit of u llui your mother Is on tho stage Boy Yes and back of every card Kvtrr l loek in Hl suurl bites of them Tost and nil or slat fenees uMr Bir IIos on n Whoro is your fathorl the words UK atlugs Ivansas City World The illustration is a good likeness of boss car aro expensive more so in the aggregate See that than most people would suppose with- an American Merino ram at tho head Ills Fred didnt Lena Wire of u flock owned in Missouri The becauao you jilted himblow otherbrains out out rellection on tho htibjeet night hu tho fencing is probably as cheap and last Â¬ Merinos are perhaps better known and camo and nroponed to mo Maud Did There are serious ho Then ho must havo got rid of thorn In ing as any in u e Vffya somo other way St Louis Humorist TMbC tA COM IHI objections to barbed w ire and many prefer the smooth wire cither straight PAniou MATcnrs Tho old rdago that Kldurdson twisted or woven But is it necessary matches aro mudo in Heaven can surely not Fi lie lifj Rros apply to brlmstono aud sulphur mutches farmer to build as ninny fences of for riuladcijihiJ MAKE A DIFFERENCE any kind as has been the custom in tho avoid the tue of common IMhu laws which most states past toilet soaps for shaving concerning eattlo were re now have 1 you dont think It makes any differ B enw just seail and get a caka of spected and enforced farmers would WIL LIAA15 RHEUMATISM be relieved of the necessity of fencing every foot of their land bordering on Nearly every farm tho public roads AND TRY IT arc never pastured and has fields that 7 LUMBAGO For orar Hilr 1 lltmnarn seem need not be inclosed it would been the farorlto througUout tho world TJi Tho great burden upon farmers for oiilraliavln 0np fupp iuii me uH SPRAINS BRUISES SWELLINGS BURNS and Narjr Coo and haali tn fucu Armyyour Ait not to keep needless fencing iu imposed aru v1 v in iiij Hi4 rwvOITv acikepoitrHdfrow tliamalceri thoir own cattle in but to keep other THK I B niLLUMS CO I eUSTOIBtltr cort out I am pleased to AMKHICAK MEUIXO HAM peopled cattle tho tendency to build fewer observo CREAM BALM 0 Set fences than formerly not only to sub-Â¬ more generally raised in the south and especially ulong the southwest than iu other parts of the OleanscB tlie divide farms but IJtcfefcMHJlMBalTl They were first imported Nasal Passages highways If these aro left unfenced country Oaeauaarattvea and paople had been bred aud rows of shade trees planted out on from Spain where they who hT weak lungs or Atttt Allays Pain and iutihouI4ai rUoiOurt wJ the boundary lines farmers will bo for centuries and thus thoroughly Inflammation ConiumptloB It has hpc saved a deal of labor and expense and adapted to a warm dry climate The tbaiisaatft it hat ncKiniarr f the Hcalu tho Sores bo mudo more distinguishing characteristics edone His BOt s4 to take the country roads it is the bast eough jrruj M oujoyuble and attractive S U Keaeb brood are prominent in this individual bow ernrrrtiem c Rcstoroa tho strong neck the deep chest Tho short iu N Y Tribune SonscH of Tosto tho round barrel tho short buck uud anil Smoll mmrv WKIMW pretty dry the strong straight legs are till pres Â¬ If your customer wnnts lot it lie ent Merino wool is dark in color and once then A N It n JwEHI buttr work it presents n crimpy appearance Tliettu fat3 aiii i in a vool place for two or three hotut- - sheep anplloa Into ech notrll nnd U A particle WHKX W M1X1M0 TmJkji lNMNW WI JHUfe produce it in considerable qusn erell Vrt w coin in nriiirultorl r mall and pack and you will then rework l taat rMH Mm JS1X uuiiuuusMiYurriiRbt VM tity aud it is of the finest quality hav uo mottled or btrcaked butter - It may interest tho boys to know that nearly all the tops thoy spin are farts About Top Highest of all in Leavening Power US Govt Rcpoft IvvlM Powder Absolutely pure i Â¬ ui 1 Â¬ 1 iJ ii - m A- Â¬ Â¬ m t A v- - ti A WW - Â¬ w V Â¬ H Â¬ North-West-er- n Your A - Hearts Blood V f Â¬ Â¬ 9 -- uj 1 Keep It Pure m i Â¬ ss- SaSSsrcasra if 4 Â¬ you-and-I-ct- y OGLOHESTER 1A1 Â¬ KENNEDYS I wm root lipsV SVl I i I I 4 - 4 4 I -- ft 1 1 Â¬ lll W othQrs0l9 4 it Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ hump Does J Â¬ tit wM t 1 r csoaass oix UPAIN sceuartSa Yankee shT -- Yimiiihi ELYS CATARFlH p HTpivSH m Hl IJp fl Up WM0M TETiSamriXYiR lk vfji SL lilill viM - m np a m - n J M jT - 1 -- - mi Jn H r riiuhWSi i - J c C f jl11 yn i i jr 1 -- - ini iVT WW r T 7jflBSwwMrT iir xi rl - -- T iJ Yf e - i riWs Somk ono la Industriously circulating a report that tho committco appointed by Judgo Tnulbco to visit Frankfort nnd tho Btato board of equalization cost tho county G0O and accomplished no good for tho county Tho editor of this pnper was in Lexington when that committee returned from Frankfort nnd tho facts Tho total expense in tho enso nro theso charged against tho county for that trip was less than 100 nnd tho committco succeeded in getting tho tax reduced about 1100 which nny school boy knows is n clear gain to tho county of 1000 or more which wo think was a good picco of work ou tho part of tho committco nnd a good investment for tho M V VI r fy hi vv 1 m 8WW0BR OOOFEK Editor aWw3iU0 aTvUbMEfl HiQ - -- 1 Ffi i r Ni r r FjJ r 1r HAZEL GREEN KY Thursday May 24 1894 today and says ho has eaten strawberries in ovory way but noyor until May 20 1894 had ho to dear awav tho snow to get nt them Who over did As wo oxpect to see many reports in tho papers from difforcnt localities in re Â¬ gard to tho May snow storm wo wish to mako ours from this town Tho most of tho snow foil hero Saturday night tho 19th botween 8 and 10 oclock when wo unloaded all our young fruit nnd shndo trees mnking our dnmngo very light whilo other orchnrds nnd shndo trees are badly torn up Wheat and ryo aro flat The injury to gardens on tho ground so far is light Tho snow Sunday morn Â¬ ing was from five to eight inches deep f JM id 4 -- t vVn Wixo LKS8 YOULL FIND IT HERE Flro In riilladclphla Suiidny caused a loss I AG county MOKOAN COUNTY NKWS Kzcl KvoltttloiiH of 250000 ntT t John Hansen was hanged at Astorin Ore geon Friday for wife murder Sovcntccn year locusts aro thick in the vicinity of Uonno Torre Mo Whilo Henry Barton was on his way home from Hninlln W Va ho wns fired upon from ambush Clark of Missouri is KxCongrcBsman lying dangerously illhi a private sanitarium at Washington A train wrecked at Helprc Ohio by striking a cow resulted in the serious injury often persona Judge Bccknor of Winchester last week won his suit against Ashcr the Ford timber man for 12000 for legal fees II E Carter a leader of a branch of the at Salt Lake Utah was fined and five days imprisonment Tho National Blade a Democrntio paper published by and for colored people has made its appearance at Louisville Dennis Dunn of Anderson Ind a brake man on the Big Four was killed Friday while switching a train at lUisliville Joseph Holly a prominent citizen living near Huntington W Vn was crushed to death by a log rolling over him Friday A detective association of Aurora Intl have a horse thief hemmed in a swamp and will run him down with blood bounds A syndicate of Chicago capitalists are said to be forming a pool to buy up all the wheat in the country and bull tho market Charles Ilichards was killed at Vinccnuesi Ihd while grinding a plow point on ahorse power grind stone by the bursting of the rook Thcro nro five uaudidatcs for appellate judge from tho Maysvillc district Tho nominating convention meets at Augusta Coxey army 100 July 25 - P v r Tho Canadian government has confiscated the two Ohio steamers Lcroy Brooks and Visitor seized for infringing the Canadian fishery laws Another battle between the strikers and deputies occurred in tho Connellsville Pa district Friday and tho strikers got tho worst of it Walter Glover a miner who refused to participate In tho miners strike nt Pratt mines Alabama was called to his door and assassinated Tho postofilco at Hartford was robbed of 100 in cash Saturday night and tho thieves scattered stamps all over tho floor but did not tako any away ThoremainBof Col J C Bailey who died in Texas several days ago of heart disease arrived in Frankfort Sunday accompanied by his wife and friends Hon J U Goodnight the present con gressman from tho Third district declines to make tho race for a re nomination De clining health is given as tho cause Thos A Davis a well known printer and publisher of Maysvillc has announced himself as a candidato for congress on tho lie publican tioket in tho Ninth district Tho coal operators of Pennsylvania pro poso to break tho strike by placing armed guards over their property with instructions to shoot tho first man that interferes with their workmen The Louisvillo Kennel Club has turned over 34250 as a donation to tho children free hospital Tho amount donated is 20 per cent of tho net earnings oi tho club at its recent boneh show in that city and is a handsome contribution to charity Frank Goodalc a well known and popu lar jockey was killed at Louisville Friday He was riding Judge Payno who fell at tho half mile pole Virden the horse behind him stepped on Goodnlos head crushing it and he died in twenty minutes During a storm ou Lako Michigan during Thursday and Friday great damage was done Eight ycmcIb wcro destroyed at Chicago and nine men lost their lives anon them Capt Wilson and five men off tke Mystic a three masted schooner Henry Sehramme a wealthy old farmer of Globe Station Ind was victimized by geld briek men during a performance- - of WaritbHras cirewa at West Hammond Tho Ckiaese gold oest him 1200 and ho found toe late that it was only worth 22 cents a peuHtl Of cotmehe didnt read the papers Jeeef Snokeraii of St Louis Mo sailed turn New York Friday for Southampton a rewte to tke Antwerp exhibition and oar lie with him a box eevtalaiag 4000000 idriof a pUoe ef alatost every dene mi jfcattea jMMrr in tke world Seine 0000 W eft We Itoeehm k Confederate Money ytoMtoMi eaMTaltte tke Vex is only Â¬ Â¬ Tho Ezcl baso ball club reorganized last Saturday and elected ofllccrs for tho Also at tho same timo Hcaaon of 1891 and place tho following resolutions wcro adpptcd viz Resolved 1 That until further notice the name of this club shall bo The Peavines 2 That this club can beat any other club in tho mountains 3 No member of this club shall do any kind of work that would prevent him from playing base ball No member of this club shall gut mar ried or spark any girl that wants to marry 5 That nothing shall prevent this club from practicing every Saturday 0 That any Blue Grass club has a per feet right to challenge this club 7 If whilo playing any member gets crip pled it shall ho tho duly of his parents to pay nil doctor bills nnd euro for him till ho is able to play ball again 8 In order that tho club be healthy and all right no member shall be allowed to smoke more thnu three cigars and twelve cigarettes each day 8 We notice much in tho papers now about Auti Breckenridge and as much honor and popularity belong to this name it shall bo the duty of this club to find out whether or not Aunty is in favoi of base ball and If she is each member shall send her an apron string 10 Blurt shall have tho privilege of attending all match games and writing up tho same provided first That he shall pay his own expenses second That if the club dont like the report it shall be the duty of Elmer Hays to cuss him 11 If any member of this club shall be guilty of violating any of the foregoing reso lutions he shall not be allowed to join Uoxey when lie comes through Of course nil the papers will be filled with reports of the wonderful snow storm that occurred last Saturday night tho liko of which was never known in this countiy before so I will report tho result from this quarter The depth was meas ured in several places and varied from five to eight inches nnd did not all melt away until Into Monday evening Great damage wns done to orchards and tho wheat crop which was juht heading out and an extra prospect is thought to be ruined It is lying flat on tho ground looking as though it had been rolled with 1 Â¬ Â¬ Another Sviuik Victor In tho annual field contests between tho Lexington colleges yesterday J Mor- Â¬ ton Swango son of Judge Swnngo of this city won tho pole vault by 7 feet 7 to 8 feet 2 Young Swango is tho young- Â¬ est of thrco brothers each of whom has won first place at colleges as orator foot- Â¬ ball player or athlete Frankfort Capital Summit llhlf o Stock Farm Mr J M Stanley proprietor Summit ltidge stock farm at Chase Ind writes I under date of May 15 as follows have been using Quinns Ointment for several years and would not be without it It docs everything you recommend I have never found anything like it for This is the curbs splints or windpufla general verdict of the leading horsemen all over tho United States For curbs splintsspavinswindpufisand all enlarge Â¬ ments uso Quinns Ointment the kind that cures Sent by mail or express pre Â¬ paid upon receipt of 150 per bottle Co Whitehall Address W B Eddy N Y unless you can obtain from your druggist For salo by John M Rose Â¬ When in Lexington call on L G STRAUS Leading Clothiers who carry a larger line of CLOTHING and sell for less money than any house in the bluegrass capital A Watch free with every purchase of 5 or over Â¬ Â¬ I will pay in Cash 12J cents a pound for nice fresh butter nnd 8J cents per pound for good hams delivered at the Wm H Cord Academy Home May 10 1894 tf THE FIFTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION OK TUB wmmmT roen Wmm WILL BE HELD WALTER AWOOD 1894 Always at the front in design style and quality of our t September 4 5 Band 7 1094 MOWERS It will this year be conducted Â¬ strictly as a mountain institu- TUBULAR STEEL MOWER yi HAY RAKES heavy roller After the rich man had been in hell n whilo ho wanted to bo very friendly with Lazarus but Lazarus didnt need his sympathy then nnd Abrahnm talked a little to tho old chap and that settled it So it is with May town about tho post- office matter that Wingless roferred to last week Wingless remember that during the Harrison administration May town received good things nnd caused Ezol to receivo bad things but now wo aro comforted and you aro sore tormented Miss Mattie Ramsoy who was visiting hero a few days returned to West Lib Â¬ erty Monday Elder D Q Combs preached hero Monday night and has an appointment for tonight Mrs Sarah Mnxoy wns visiting her Buford Picratt lastweek J M Downing filled his appointment at this place Saturday and Sunday Miss Loula Cock roll is still quito sick n son-in-law REAPERS and BINDERS tion and bur mountain people arc thus assured that their interests will be protected with latest improvements we call attention of farmers to their great strength durability and light hay rake ipmMtms And paid in Cash without dis- Â¬ draft Our sales show that they are unexcelled Send for Catalogue WALTER A WOOD MOWING AND REAPING MACHINE CO i SIR JW H count of any kind Now mountain people prepare your stock and produce and ENCLOSED be on hand to compete for See W W these handsome prizes BgxFor further particulars ill GEAR REAPER HARVESTER AND BINDER Blurt Grassy Vrook Gulling E W Williams of West Liberty vis ited this placo Inst week John Arnsparger of Ezel was in this locality last week on business S W Havens nccompanicd by his daughter Lou Alico visited relatives on lor the benefit of the ladies fo Hnrel Green nml vicinity I have opened a GENERAL FURNISHING GOODS STORK nt my resid nee in Hazel Green nml will enrrv a com- jiiuiu nut oi wif luuiMviiig iiriiiiia which win ue som nt tne JUW EST PRICES viz Ladies Hats Silks and Velvets Ladies Gloves Hat Trimming Ribbons Underwear Handkerchiefs Ladies ToiletsCurlig Irons Woolen Dress Goods Urmmnp- PnJnL whale Rones Xiinchams Lawns Ac Whale Rone Cashiers sir-- - ii i lc Laces Embroideries Muslins White Goods TH- ww aiippcr Pros H Dress Shields Corsets Veilings Infants Caps Compl etc line of Hosiery Dress Trimmings Licking last wcok umurcuaB rowels Elastics etc etc 11 A KASH Sccy Buy Yonr Hats of Mo and Got Them Trimmed Free of Chargo Miles McGuiro and sister of Omor My stock will embrace every article of Ladies wear in the latest stvlc just from the visited relatives in this neighborhood OTEL LELAND Lexington Ky i VVIV11 WW ter1 otinns too numerous to mention I wlllalso do DRESS-Saturday and Sunday H S It UltOOKS 1roprletor iwvnn tu unit fliuniuiuu iiuiku ureases io sun me iiaru tiuic prices Rest svstem of Ed nnd Jim Qreor of Montgomery uuiiuiK uy uiu uiiuuiiigiuii liming tmemne winch was awarded first premium nt tho county hnvo been visiting in this neigh- Â¬ Now nulliling Gas nnd Electric Lightl Vnrlil tfntr 1SD1 ir WMIbr TA1TUA IMWITVno u r y Ky i w ell and fuvora vji iiiuii ii lu mi niiiiua in uun tniiinv v i iik inu nutiniAit xlour irnue is rcspeotfully borhood for some timo in Elcctrio Elevator IlcateiHhroiighnnt with solicited and satisfaction guaranteed Very respectfully J F Havens of Omor passed through Hot Water 0 lntes 200 a Day Near hero Inst week enrouto homo from Jack- Â¬ Mrs FRED DAY business center and depot Conio nnd see son whore ho had been on business S It MIOOK8 me Respectfully Tho recent snow is tho latest of tho season over known in this neck o woods and has dono cansidorable damago to Â¬ - address the Secretary Premiums will bo announced in a short time pm ii REED Mt Sterling Ky for prices CITY STORE AT YOUR DOOR F PIERATT -- rL t0 yvnsnt fruit trees Cinderella DRY GOODS and Maytown Missiles S G Sample of Ezol was in town ll today Dr B F Cox of Mt Sterling attend ed church In town yesterday Sunday B F Day of Mt Sterling is visiting his parents and other relatives near town J W Henry and family of Weat Lib Â¬ erty who has been visiting tho families of E B May and W P Sample return Â¬ ed today accompanied by Mm Sample Your friend Capt Rice was in town Â¬ styles and the best goods at bottom prices you can always And them them If you want new IP NOTIONS HOFFMAIS lepuriws s Agency FIRE LIFE CmELU PRICES aid IS WMt Mali Stmt LEXINGTON KENTUCKY IS flPr The Safest Best and MOST RELIABLE Acencr m Eastern Kentucky Rates Reasonable ACCIDENT Y LOSSES PAID Address A HOFFMAN Mt Sterling Ky 26000000 27600000 a t ifci lliijimiiywMtpl nrvrcT ita - T if rUtf VIf fV i I r T7t J i fA lliHkiiilJri Jnln w1- - j m TKE ggBBAEiB SPENOER COOPER i UHk II KM j lufcJfWmff IKaWAkH v4mh lix3Xw 1EXZ BHI foVtfl 1 n VBrrEK KY Ph Thuksday HAZEL GREEN May 24 1894 ANNOUNCEMENTS For Congress Wc iro nuthorieed to announce JOSEPH 51 KENDALL of Floyd county Kentucky ns a candidate for Congress from tho Tenth Congressional District subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce MARCUS LISLE of Clark county as a candidate for Congress from the Tenth Congressional District subject to the action of tho Demo C r7 cratie party For Sheriff We are authorized to announce SAM HENRY WILSON as n candidate for sheritl of Wolfe county subject only to the will of the people at the polls in November 1894 For Justioe of tho Peaoe We arc authorized to announce JAMES H SEHASTIAN of Daysboro ns a candi date for Justice of the Peace for the Hazel Green and Lee City Magisterial district subject to the action of the Democratic par ty Primary election May 26 1894 We arc authorized to announce It M CE CIL of Stillwater as a candidate for Justice of the Peace for the Hollv and Stillwater district subject to the action of the Democratic party Primary election May 26 We are authorized to announce J H VEST of Gillmoru Creek as a candidate for re election to the office of Justice of the Peace for the Hazel Green and Lee City dis Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ An Old Fetid A fatal shooting affray occurred near Ebenczor church in Butler county Ken Your Frienci Wdo tucky recently For quite a whilo there has been a deadly enmity between tho When this qucstUn cocb around tho Business Circle the answer tibmes back Burns and Waddlo families in that sec The ono who can give the best values for the least uibnos Having been in the at May mootin day tion It was narkct at a reason when the jobban wero cjcuiiineuju I havo becnaplo to pur wihbu some ram uargains wnicrt bmru do ine gain oi my ustomcrs uivo me Ebenczcr church and all tho people for vojfcrjciHrfwliiW I quota wJ prlcesjJS miles around attonded Among those Ladles Clbakst j r P7 ak up Mens Heavy Overcoats 200 and up y fcaqlo Joawe ShocsjVi 00 00 Ladies Fine Shoes present wero John Burns and John Wad Mens Heavy Kin HoMslS to Mens Fine iShoes 100 As soon as it was discovered that die RA good Calico at only 5 cents per yardHSJ tho two men wero present trouble was NO TIME but HOKE GOODS FOll fi PHBTTJCiniT THE MONEY than can bo had ottewherc feared very respcctiuiiy c CAMPTON KY It was not long until they met in front of the church door and a deadly fight seemed imminent Mutual friends of tho parties however interfered and beg Â¬ ged them to desist from any further dis- Â¬ turbance at tho church and thoy finally quieted down After church was over and everybody had started home Burns and Waddlo again mot on tho highway Bums was in the company of a young lady but this did not deter hitri from re- Â¬ newing tho difficulty When Waddle got up pretty close to him Burns drew THE MILD POWER CURES Both men his pistol and fired at him instantly dismounted from their horses WHOLK8ALK DKAIKUH IN and the battle began Dr Humphrey Specific nrosclcntincAlIy and Burns finally to screen himself from uaed for year In Cftrcrullj- prepared Ilemixlii private practice and for over thirty year by tho Waddles bullets seized tho young lady peoplo with entlro kucccm Every ulnglo tipeclflo a special cure Uv tho Ihooao named and held her between himself and WadTheycuro without druKKinR PurulUK or reducing tho syitem and are In fact and deed the tto verolstt dle Tho latter however rushed up Ilcmedlea of the World and reaching over the shoulder of the Lirr or MtmnAi cnui rncit screaming frightened girl fired a shot 25 1 FoYcrn CongoitlonR Inflammations Third Raoc and Union Sts 2 WorniN Worm Fover Worm Colic 25 into BuriiB breast who released his hold S Tocthlnffj Colic Crying Wakefulness U5 CINCINNATI O or Adult 4 lllnrrhon of Children 2j on the girl and staggering a few feet lift 5 Iyactituryarlplng lllllotu Oollo G Cliolnrn MorbiiH Vomiting J5 We carry the goods that will suit vdur fell mortally wounded The parties are 25 7 Coubuk Colds nroucbitta trade and our prices are THE LOWEST both well known young farmers of that 25 8 Nournliilii Toothache Kaccacho Special attention given to mail orders O HondncliRH Sick Headache Vertigo 25 THE GRAND TWO m - i nkB m is i i a HiPB rV faJtMLBUMLj3Utt W T3tLV i 1 W K rfrffi i nM i a Jtnrjyi BL B m Dealer in General Merchandise on Cash Basis Largest Stock J TAYLOR 3 CO 3B9iBSSl DAY WrHFvlT7HLLvLHW jIYi tlLLninBHRW fifTamivjw J - EAGLE DRENNON This prciniunl tmddlc Rtrtlllon will lhake T the Kcasonjof 181H At the stable of Swango in Hazol Oiocn Ky at 0 to IN SUHE A LIVING COXV imdier due when colt is fouled or mare is parted with with lieu on colt until paid c Lht years old RAGLE DUENNOV this sprint mtnrlv lo handft Midi beautiful tuaue and tail pKiity oi style und lnirinu Sired by the fnmous Hluulcans t 1st dam by the great nnt ei John Nosley sire Uf the daii of Mngglo F 222 2d dam by Adams Express a noted saddle horscj Ul dam by Slitslitun 4th dam by Oopperhottoui 1aglu Drennoil is a half brother to 1oscoe sold tor 1800 and eight more that sold for 1000 or Blue leans hores have for several more vciirs sold higher than any saddle hotyos in Kentucky JCuglo Drennun can show what he Is for himself Ilia colts Middle from any class of inlire Any innro Hint can oiit rauk ir trot him bred free le tpok two blue ribbons at the Hazel Green fnjr last year i I lowest Prices LOUIS STIX HUMPHREYS Â¬ Dry Goods NOTIONS Etc JUDGK A it y1 K y vicinity lO Dynpcpalu Â¬ trict subject to4he action of the Democrat ic primary election May 20 A Had Liur Â¬ U x J s ill The constitutional convention completely changed the organic law of the land The Long Parliament which was in session eighteen months or more enacted a multitude of laws on nil subjects good bad and indifferent the latter two kinds predominating In this great mass of undigested laws there is some new thing being found all the time One of the latest discoveries here is a law which forbids county prisoners being northwest worked on the streets unless tho cit Buy your writing paper at this office pays their board Such a senseless law It is the is the outgrowth of that antagonism two quires for only 15 cents best Youll like it between city and county that exists only For a long time in very narrow minds in this county prisoners have been worked on the streets here simply because it was the only place they could be worked The county has no work for them to do and if the city does not work them these thieves and vagabonds will simply be fed by the county and kept in luxurious idleness This result will follow not because the city does not need hnuds but because it does not need such hands ns these Of what account would a tailor be in breaking rock or a printer digging ditches It requires the services of a fifty dollar policeman to watch the prisoners who naturally do as little work as possible The city could better afford to pay a dollar per day for free labor than fifty cents per day for convict labor besides in hiring free labor tho city would be affording support to the family of the laborer We are sure our magistrates would rather work the prisoners for the benefit of the residents of the county who reside in the city than to pamper them in idleness but the law says nay Winchester Democrat Foil sale About 600000 feet of pine and poplar timber near tho mouth of Swifts creek and about one milo from lied river For terms see S P Howe Campton Ky 10 Â¬ Â¬ Why They Are Encouraged One reason why tho Coxey movement received so much favor in the far west was because it offered to the people of thoso cities an easy and cheap way of getting rid of undesirable citizens In one western city one of Coxcys leaders was given a list of 124 persous the author ites wished to be rid of with the promise of giving him ten dollars for each one payable wheu Pittsburg should bo reached as that would be bo far away that it was not thought probable that they would drift buck for somo time It is costing the federal government over 1000 per day to guard tho railroad properties that are in tho hands of tho courts in the Â¬ AMOS DAVIS WEST II11K11TY KV WITH Bettman Bros is T lllllounucsa Comtlpatlon 11 HupprcNHod or lnliiful rcrlodN Whiten Too lrotuto lorlods 13 Croup IiitryuultLn HoaneneM 14 Hnlt llliouw Kryilpela Eruptions ja Co lU-IUnl- CLOTHING MANUFACTURERS OO Wont Pearl Street CINCINNATI The trade of Eastern Kentucky merchants 18 Ophthnhny 15 KhKUiuntUinor lttioumatlaralna Chill Fever and Ague 17 lMloBllnd orllleedltiK BonJ 20 21 lU Cntarrli Influcnea u Vhooplnsr respectfully solicited C JOHNSON J II SWANOO Campton Hazel Green JOHNSON SWANGO Â¬ ATTORNEYS-AT-LAA- t Will practice in the Wolfe county and circuit courts Collections promptly made and abstracts of title iurnisheu on short uotice 22 23 24 25 27 Itldqey IlHonen 211 Horo Mouth or Canker SO Irlnnry WvnUnoNH Wetting lleI ai ralnful 1oriodn 34 IMphtliorln Ulcerated Soro Throat 30 Cbroulc CouBOtlojiH Eruptions EXTRA NUMBERS Co uh Afttlitua Oppressed Droatlilng Kur DiHClinrucM Impaired Hearing Scrofula Enlarged aland Swelling nencral Debility rhyilcal Weakness Dropny and Scanty Bocretlons Blckuess f rom Hiding or Weak Eye Cold lu tho Head 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 INSITHE money dim whop uoU is foalodor mare is parted with Willi lieu on colt until season money U paid Here is thootmlof any colt iu Kcntudky Ifiv bunds high 4 years old the th of May bright bay with good niaue and the grand est tail you over unw Goes at all the gaits Sired bv Euglo Urennon he by lllue Jeans llrst diuuMliru bylexlhgton olio Of tho best mares iu Montgomery county Jlird is tho dam of two blue ribbon colls and has tack ed iv mile i iv throe minutes Second dam the celebrated Hiram WilkerMji HUlJeviiiiiiCj Heauty is a perfect model in every rospct Â¬ This line young stallion will itlsd liittko the sciiKou of 18U at the sumo plnee at 0 to Blue Grass Beauty M Â¬ iVCOME AND SEE THEM ft best colt of either liorsd Green fair in 18tr March IB 180J JtirA jiremiuiu of 8 will bo given for shownatthe Harel RAY MQSS the HB MAUPIN WITH 33 KpllepNy Spasms St Vitus Dance 100 Bold by PruggUU or lnt poit pld on rvctlpt of prle mailed mi Dr IlourusETi Mamoai U4 lllflIlinKV8JIKPCOtll A t U Hlinm fiU KwTork Debility SomlnalWoak- 38 Korvoun Involuntary DlNcharges lies or 100 32 DlHeuMCHof the llonrtrnlpltntlon 100 The Young Spanish Jack pt WHOLESALE DKY GOODS NOTIONS BOOTS SHOES CATLETTSBUKG KY fe6ly D H CARPENTER C SPECIFICS WITCH HAZEL OIL For Pile Ex ternal or Internal Blind or Bleeding Fistula In Ann Itching or Weeding of tho lloctuin Tho relief Is Immediate tho euro curtain PRICE 30 OTS TRIAL SIZE 2S OT3 Bold bj DriiccUtfor xnt poit pald on rtctlpt of prle IICKPURBYH JIKUCU 111 HUMPHREYS THE PILE OINTMENT Ayers Pills the best remedy WM B LOGAN Druggist ana Bookseller WINCHESTER KY Mail orders promptly attended to and your patronage is desired Call when in the city - A 1 1 8 UUIUm St KBW TORK for Constipation Jaundice Headache Biliousness and Dyspepsia Â¬ Easy to Take Â¬ sure to cure all disorders of the Stomach Liver and Bowels Every Dose Effective A This premium lack will make the sciison oflHtfl at my stablo in Haxel Green Ky at FLOYD BYRD 6 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT- HAZEL GREEN KY Campton Ky money duo when colt id foaled or marc Is ATTORNEY-AT-LA- V Double ntul Single parted with for which a lion willbe rotat - Abstracts of title furnished collec Itigs and Saddle IforncH ed on colt until season money is paid fiRorco will be I years bid in June Uo for hire TarllCH convoy tions made and prompt returns uuranteed ed toaiV point on reason is black perfect iu form and haB to bu Connected with the law firm of yoodJc Hay lie was sired by Been to be appreciated ablu tonus wff UfcjIifi Mt Sterling Ky in aivil practice Englishs imported Jnckl that he paid 1100 will also ntttnd to all calls formic for his dam Jllack llct wis aired by Old tionueriiig and solicit lmtinosH of thin kind Aleck Howells famons jack that ho re HOWARD STAMPER HcsjtcjtfullyAc fused 1500 for heby ohf HAUrbon Wilkes Attoiwey-at-La- w JOnN IT PIERATT Jr Care will be taken to provout acpidontfl CAMPTON KY but 1 will not bo rcsdonalble should thoy occur MareH from a dwtutico will bokdpt Will practice In tbe courts of Wolfe and the on rcuofiabjo tortus adjoining counties All business entrusted to our care will receive prompt attention W rwtJ April ff 1801 J H PIERATT Livery A Feed and Sale Stable ROSCO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ji-d- - Â¬ V T SWANGO Jlju J T MILLER DIULKK IN iloilo In all Etvlcs find size Llehtest strongest easiest working safest simplest most accurate moit compact and most modern i or salu by nil dcolurs In ana Catalogues mulled ft so by iiJN JiiJVXlJlJtt WmmPt MU I Hardware Iron and KY Steel ho Marlm Furo Arms Co New IlAVBif Jonv IT S Xi Thoro aro with which tho weak person gcnorally has to contend Woiuc regularly coufiuuica hla Htrcngtli imiiiili hatlttakc - LEXINQTON but often Jiayafor 1 WHEN YOU WANT A WATCH I Severe Dutnngo by Cut Worms of the cut worm in somo The ravages Or anytliirig in tho localities grow worse and worse with Jowolry lino lot mo every day Garden and field suffer alike know it I will fur- Â¬ and in somo portions of Mercer county nish you goods worfli their work is simply devastating comHAZEL QREEN KY the money and YOU pelling farmers to replant whole fields of Will hftVO aUAltANTEK Is tlq only niqrchanj in WQjft county who sells the celebrated corn A market gardner near Harrods ftt homo whoro you plauted out 3000 cabbago plants burg can uso it on Saturday and Monday morning went Rospoctfully over the patch and less than 300 plants Acres upon and ho respectfully invites farmers to call wero left out of tho lot and examine it before purchasing tjfiQwp VJiTUj- are a total loss acres of corn and tobacco TJHE BEN WILLIAMSON CO Potatoes onions and in fact everything EZEL Morgan County Ky CATLKTTSnUUG KY suffer from tho worm It in tho gardens Kju Solo agents lor Northeastern Ken- Â¬ to to tho hands of any but roliablo is something unusual for the worm tucky in eat potatoes and onions but they take pooplo when you aro looking for D MOORE everything boforo them this scAuon CLOTHING Wo aro tho largest Ut WITH Some farmers declare them army wormB house in Contra Kontucky and HAZEL GREEN KY BEN WILLIAMSON CO whilo others say they aro cut wormB mako a specialty of 700 and 10 Is the only firm in Oie town which ban dies the justly celebrated A lady at Tooleys La was very sick With overy suit for Mori M O Tilsel a Suite QATLETTSIWRG KY with bilious colic when Solo agency for South Ilend Plows wo givo a guaranteed lover move Â¬ prominent merchant of the town gave trom the wholesale house of her a bottlo of Chamberlains Colic ment dust proof WATCH AND TJK J P LOOKHART and DJarrlnea itemeay no CHAIN free pholcra White Hall jiys sue Wftfl wen m turvy uuumes uu r COX lking the first dose For sale by John tWllen von want thn llPRT Yinturni LEXINGTON KY give blm a call if Hose no4fly ky Â¬ the 6alidlo at fnb otlibr end and nover1 pitys at alh DihhAHI ties Ilia liiiiuh knd dojirlvda hiru of power of retUHtanco Who can number the thousands NVonliV Ughta J T DAY SOUTH BEND PLOW OHILLBD this hilghty trio F6r yeard wo haVo fought tlieso coiiHiiiiioraof lifo with lifes own weapon the air wo breathe madev ntroilger for tlito riombat bV tho hid and skill of modern Cloned Our restorer strength quiets tlio uervea anil expels diseases Proof that will convince all who reason is oiTercd freb to all who suffer Bond us your address v DRS BTARKEY PALEN u 1629 Arch St PhiladMpliia P iuu Butter atBah iirftuclsooual L OVERCOME BY ti COMPQUND OXYfrM TTT Ti F CARR JEWELEIt JOHN M Kbst - rv7 FOR Boots and Shoe PKINTI rtArHniijl MiHVTmi JQLWfii i I GRAVES C0 OP Tracy do J Xiaytit Mtltlt4HCt0 J 1 i i nw xmwFBXyr ml iTHE- - HKWLO-OKFIIPI-- A 4 IIAKI GKKKN KY t r if vrr 1 sr r i 7 ffii y w aumiW TtrvTiiiniMMrMTr mm mjmmm J k r 4UM rr Iovn Canned IIIh Nuloltlu Murray Cromwell a well known and respectable young farmer of Union county Kentucky committed suicide last week Ho was a grandson of ex Kepresontative James II Uluo had recently attained his majority and came into posession of considerable property lo becamo suddenly sick at supper but usiatcd that no medical aid lie summoned Mud that he would soon bo all right Ho Vnt MrnwiA nattrll ii vwl lita Fniilt ullin oned n doctor discovering that he was Nering from tho effects of opium Ho as beyond recovery when a physician reached hjmvand died about midnight HfBKU7JHBRw4 t W1 JBaKVSHfrEi rom a icuer iounu on ms uchk auuresscu to a young woman it is evident the sui cide was caused from disappointment in k -- s- is tho finest purowhite htvve udontetU tlie s Qualu Clean It is better torn 1 AjKUovovy-li-vingue- aBoap ovor Introduced here there thanCashmero Boquot for tho toilet lb HK3HB 7r1 f Tho condutor who was It H Willinmi superior U Ivory for fine laundry aad M T1 this U tiiSeWitjBuyfgooclsffroin h T VH - aKJC I m i r Bon protested and said that it would be ahead of SVpolio for tho kitchen On K M Mm M S against tho rules of tho 0 and 0 com- cake lJc 2 for loc 4 for 25c Sold at dftto Aill boTcnuiica to pnyL TIBI nf pany but tho groom wouldnt havo it this ofllco only t i M JLU that way Ho was u big follow ami ho luitilts mark at tho torvmost Trou bin May Follow A Hum llnrnlnR n proposed to marry tho girl on tho train On Uarnctts creok lit Carter county or pommel tho conductor Tho argu piRliliclo a tobucqo Jarn formerly owned by Troop nicnt attracted tho attention of tho pns James aiid Charles Evcrman was last m songers and they advised tho conductor V6 Xo this 15FllKinnrjriro ltfitijnftrf Hvctik fifter Hcelt TuHs week burned to the ground In n dis to let tho performance go oil otherwise pute about tho barn somo months ago labtired to rejtch the goal 6f thoy would not protect him from any Janjcsjlibfc and killcdEverraat nad in rfrivfeiity it i i harm that might arise ambition UowthorouglK VenlteqtiftVy will not nay conscqUeiicci Jb now in tho When vyou road its X By this timo tho train was Hying along Ab bad blood exist between tho two at a terrible clip A happy thought y j lias aci50iiilijtipU ihjA IC LI-T- r-families and both accuse tho other of H flashed through tho mind of tho conducfiring thd structure more troublo may hiltulMls tiislcis cc U6i tor Thero was an empty coach attached follow dead tho train which was being to OfTOVT of tributes paid it by the press Buckinghams Dye for tho whiskers anything- Ho told tho headed to Huntington of thb country ami the warm Â¬ couplo to havo tho minister tic tho knot can bo applied when at home and irfuni wait to be And if s6 in that car and to the car the three formly successful in coloring a brown or hearted testimonials received Hence its great popularity went followed by every passenger on black and pay or gunned but coniq l it ImHI by from friends in all lands tlie train who Crowded Into the coach to Hiuvy Iltui of MonriMlilBrrK t sco tho ceremony It didnt take the j Deputy United Suites Marshals Kid in 10 days you will llear it The English damsel in Dev Â¬ minister long to do tho job It was ac- Greer and James Jones landed in Ash Â¬ complished between Gaulcy and Kana land last week with about twenty moon thunder onshire the Now England At shiners from Floyd and Johnson counties wha Falls a distance of four miles the next station the couplo left tho train who will bo kept in tho county jail till maiden of Maine the sun clad county to Johnson You can reliovo that headache you Hje officers return lass of California the semi iftehiriothcr batch The outfit contains have by buying a box of Meg rl mine at of your trade we ttolno tough customers who have a record good share Tub UhkAm oflicc It will only cost In dm tropical crcole of Louisiana mountains Thero will bo about CO cents and is sold on a positive guarRespectfully arc i ii 1 fifty in all and thoy will be taken to and last but not least our own antee tHTH Covington for trial in tho United States ttylttcfim is it- - tlik tbd steady young men of sUld old West VirginiR olop6 with their best girls and marry them in spito of hor parents 0MKiUor but whenoyer thero is finIoiMHMtat the af mio highly scnwitiowa a uabikc wuaner This waslimoiiitrated t ptliw day when fttjOaXley a yoUnf couple boarded the lMJpscngor train wmmwuihI from IHntb to Hutlngton in great haste accompanied by minister and paralysed tho conductor by Informing him lhat they intended to got married then and foldtlife fM Folk UtrfajBrtt JDrtitvnod Wlillo ItRlhWiC A 1j Urabtreo was urowncu at -- nan 1 ll t J Im l aUgeirliyMiiipiii Â¬ ford Ky last week Ho James P er and Silna Qrlflln were in bathing above- tho brldgp that crosses Rough river north of town Crabtrco jumped out of A skill and was swimming bqhind it when ho was heard to cry out and sank beforo Miller and Qrlflln could reach him Tho river was dragged and Mr Crabtrco lived at th body found tfhilpot Daviess county and was a student of Hartford college Mil- - lfTrlfTQP JtJeHLl jmjw MnJWy ii And Still Climbing i h -- t 7al- lerer eomenp w uopwuiu- WHI rfww 5Virtnf yd fipot lludiii In justice to ourselves fcj WwQBIy if eonsiiii4hougli em nhvfiisympnlliv with So a lUtf Â¬ r - mmmmtm t TJliieU 1 frfiCE SEiElAljI t AiWmL I L Z JO i I LM - M countrylllol7a i Â¬ ritosoHJ f Â¬ JsfewRao dont IdUlinthe for the -- ii I J Â¬ urvmwJtoa it Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ week who some from were found guUty and as many more con esred They received a sentence of 100 fine anda month in jail The increased number of such offenders bears witness that mpoushinjug is not among the de pressed industries of thb country Â¬ iourt 3Ioonliliiorti Ilnliif Sontcnfctxl The United States court last began tho trial of the moonshiners Havfc been in jail at Covington for weeks Thoro aro eighty of thorn nearly all parts of tho state Ten H J PjERATMO wzxw r w Fr6K0v4sDl d 6rAi I- - i W tn THROUCiH THE HERALDS i ADVERTISIHG ist traveling in Aincriea at academy ofthe Visitation tracted by a perusal ot its koi pages draws a pen piciurcLjof -- YOUNG LADIESits-nuiUUnoi-ils cri COLOMN5 i 1 mountain pinks rail indeed who cOn the consents Of its pages week after week sing the same sung of love Xor A French humoris this all - 1 1 llt 1 Tho purifying effects of Ayqrsbarsapa- - Mt Admirabilea WliitoSHlpliur Ky 1 i i tn ro tjuiu uuw ojuunj This institution umltr the direction of inn xiikuiv viua tit Bisters ofrtli VifiQitTtui Ct month uutqil Hi a Jfciliby anijiyrauUful ljwd lr ri in Ins own mSSfgk i inmwzw mnSaVmiyWj Yrnt lovo affair It has also developed that ho had contemplated suicide for Home time and a few days before made an attempt but failed to tako a aufliciont quantity of opium ti Â¬ Examine tho date after your namo on tho margin of this paper and if behind send us 1 at once for which wo will bo quite thankful A Lively Court Dny Injurod Kzekiol Marshall a farmer of Christian county Kentucky was run over and seriously if not fatally injured by a team of horses ho was trying to stop Several ribs Vero broken by one of tha horses stepping on him aud also ono of his arms by tho vehiclo passing over it His lower limbs were terribly cut rantuir SorlmiHly Here the pupils cujoy the comfots of home fur removed fram the distractions of a city and can consequently with greater afforded of a thorough enucation Terms reasc nahle Music CraVon and Painting extra House is heated by hteam facility avail themselves of the advantages apparatus For further particulars addrysJ Sistors of mo Visitation B V M- - WE BARRItfCER every home in the vimj clad hills of liuiej nStpofmlar was trWlgfdSilthth4an and it was fifiWbmihV0 i lh rrr iransiaiL d into every tuniuo spoken bv man TLence Iroin to inTGRGSTinG GXTRATO From Corruftpomltiiit The porson who owns an Electropoise posscssos a treasure of immense valuej V O Floronce A vena Ky Tho Electropoiso is a quick euro for insomnia I am much improved in every wayG M Phillips Bradfordsville Carter Dry Goofls SuccOssoVs to Co from pole to pole rM jf Carlisle Ky In tho Covington circuit court last Tho Klqctrppoio ia yotth 1DQ a day week a jury gave- a verdict of 5000 W S Cralo Mooting Creek Ky to mo damages against tho Covington and CinTho Electropoiso hna curod mo of cinnati street railway for tho accidental rights discpso after everything- olso Httlo girl Jdllteg xff Pearl Wilshirehad failed L A Udf lfy ffcpon Kj was run over by an electric car - of all pain first application Lam surely cured by this great remedy W T RWiaxlso CorWn Ky ntidiliSiocQnd Sty lTeiu9Ii joug calf that I am juro pmfrflTurmTrtf n ould rmvo dlw had0 1 not uscdthc T l iniiiiif The HEftAfa offico noty has mqrp print Â¬ Elcctrop0is6 on it Tho result was quick ThotradQpfKttrii KeAtBOkytiiwosb and satisfactory Mrs B H Pryor respectfully soliyjted TAVr i ers stationery than any othpr similar - s fl Iii in Eastern Kprtuckyy ami Epporson Ky establishment DINaFBCDBU1 youwautprintliig Ofany kihd this is fChci ElctroBoisorljiaA npvqrilya jii WITH t Utlpt4hdy6AVneliiijyi4rsfo 1 tho place to get it uu w suanuiauq fr imTtnfifSrinrriIfit qatcu tt sovcroiy AffAliMt tb Street llnlhvny Compnty Circuit court opened at Harrodsbltfg last week aud if tho remainder of tho term proves as sonsational as tho first day tho town will at ieast havo some thing to talk about About noon Edgar Baudurs confined in jail for disturbing the peacb lroko jail but lifter a hot vIWWji m13 vMtuflu uuu uuw una u liny pound weight attached to hla leg Tho Jordon brothors 6f Balvisa attending court furnished the second scnsatldh by furnishing a lively fistic oncountor in which Dcrwood Sylvester andUaifoy were tho participants tho first named being arrayed against tho two laat Thoy fought in front of tho qity court and insido of ten minutca were triedj and Dorwood given a nenteneo of too dayHfn jail The brothors are charged with rob- bing n widows meat house aud it was over this thoy fought Carter Itios Jc yujv fflswt- LiA - wi Importers and Jobbers of AND NOTIONS ISilF mm VPWP aAVake Y tfSOgR THE HERALD of Hazel Gyqcn is a household Word Thus it is also a ne k Lpxysivirj Tho physicians will havo to adopt tho atfbpngTpfTtUi AMintain iierchaiiM h v Electropoiso in their practice Dr A most respectfully solfcitcd vV B Love Bedford Ky Wo havo had goqd results in curing various ailments with tho Electrbpoise I I Ik lO l IliU lx J W Cotton Bardstown Ky Typhoid fovor loft mo in such a conVARNER CO SANFORD dition that I had deepalredof over get- Â¬ Ky cessityto thcwide W abnuiJBWi SV 1 P Â¬ ting betteV the Elocttopolw relieved mp i ixn I sxwnanror mkLmi H8TAWWAWriiW H3HW1 bus incjss man and all who desire to utikle trade tjiat they may fill theii coflorsi with cash have theadvprtiSehronts dis- tn ii mj played in its- coliiiiiiiSfrom tiie to time Wc might go i i j i - I n X i C ujyA kl - rt lilOC I I l -- ay T onXiultell of other qualities it possesses but modestyfoK bids Suffice to say it isto newspaperdom what Domino is to thb turfrwdild 10in ok tiJ iriii 11U1J1UUU1I IrnpoVtors and Tv 1 1 1 1 ni 11U A 1 Abhors of Â¬ - - who at Mt Sterling ia head for Biteeg ypw jyrUqufbeiatreat P quarter in Kejucky for sewing ma Â¬ mcu with tlo Electropoio hp imw L Itceso and Â¬ My wifo had been a helpless invalid NdsUWfl andlVli- -- L i M U Bkt U N TjI its olask Ii i WlW ToTfv aHEPALIWBfl 11 OB0 mnjuKitJ lSri AX ArtAWj VS W 11 1 I L ill Ii I J I I t Wfcat TAuin Street iAvfowiuloio subscriptions chine aupies mii liftn for WirtftfAkUnJrpAvfti WJTH W t EddfTSliecTdenheJni agecUS ypars HrfefiitB Atiisonmile rates afci SpWngfibty Ohio torn died laat wec nil Mill Sundard and rocket Electropoisoror uwallpwing ardita we4 tTT rl f pHrtiwlr3jiSplyto HardwaraAgrlGUItUfarimpIimints oiyriJ now m aalo or which lodged in the wmax i sj BuDois K WeW aWFoiirWtt a MelFCWen Ivouiayillo Ky uVwFVZr I Wo noverdrerithtAl of anything working such a cliririgo H B Woodward Ilardy villo Ky i ifcoUM -- mm rstfor it li lII ITWB IriteALDW J y UwrjlOftrMtniHa yiiii I Et1 H iii ia 4J ft Wjgyijtti J- -- - -j rlIiA nT w v rA v - J-- faJBPMBI ii li t - 7WPP r2 yw1 -- ivt w1- i T r opposed to taxation for public improve Mrs Godsoy who has boon suffering merits with rhoumatism and whoso illness has Harry Maupin representing D H heretofore been mentioned is improving Carpenter dry goods and notions Cat Elder D G Combs was the guest of lottsbura Ky was with us this week Ho says trade is dull but thoso who his F McGuire over Sunday know his Mulhatton proclivities for pre- Â¬ and whilo horo assiatcd in Bro Tinders varication think it is ono of his jokes meeting when ho cries hard times There are four candidates for magis Barnoy Barringcr tho happy Hi trate in the Hazel Green district and tho man who can now pick the winner bcrian who handles goods and soils cm for tho Cartor Dry Goods Co of Louis- Â¬ is indeed a wiseacre ville was in town from Friday until 0 D Mooro representing Ben Will Â¬ Tuesday and wo beliovo he sold Rovcral iamson Co dealers in hardware at bills hero and hereabouts but his mod Â¬ Catlettaburg Ky was in town Saturday esty doubtless prevented him from tell Â¬ Ho reports business tolerably good ing The Herald about it Bon-in-lnw ga aiaaji 0 Dont vote for any man who says he Is WOLFE COUNTY NKWS Campion Currency Â¬ W1 Now that tho fair is strictly a mountain institution ovory man woman and child in tho mountnins ought to work for its success Lot us hope that wo shall hear of no sensible man saying Elder F M Tinder closed his meeting aught against it But good peoplo dont at this place on Sunday night last and talk down home enterprise and what loft Monday for a visit to Ezel until others say is of littlo avail Tuesday when ho returned hero and bid No sensible man likes to seo a dudo good by to friends after which ho left but a gentleman well dressed is always for Torrent and thenco home a desirablo desideratum Sharp Trim Denton Mt Sterling Ky have n Hon Jo M Kendall requests us to bio fine lino of tho latest in gents clothing state that ho will address tho Kendall club at this place on tho 16th of June furnishings etc and they will sell tho nt 3 oclock p m Ho was shaking hands best goods at tho very lowest prico hero with his friends Monday and paid When you go to that city call and see them and tell John Sharp howdy for The Herald office a pleasant call us From what tho farmers tell us it is When you want a nice dress pattern more than probable that the snow storm fine in fabric and the latest in fashion of Saturday night damaged the wheat scud your order to Samuels King Mt crop at least forty per cent Much of Sterling Ky They handle dry goods the grain had headed and it is now near notions etc and can be relied upon to ly all flat on the ground so that only a furnish you with tho latest and best in portion of it can be saved any line and at prices as low as tho same Rumor to the contrary notwithstand class of goods can be bought elsewhere ing there are only two candidates for Or if you go to that city do not fail to congress in this district for proof of give them a call as your visit will be which see announcements in this paper both a surprise and pleasure to yourself The man who wants a seat in congress The fact has not been definitely settled and is loo penurious to patronize his but there is overy probability that the party paper is a fit person to stay at West Liberty band will bo engaged to home and we but voice the sentiment of furnish tho music for our fair Wo the masses when we say so heard them last spring at which time H 0 Hord planted eight acres of to- they rendered first class music and we bacco on Monday or about 4800 plants learn that they have since been practising This is only a part of what he intends until they are now hard to lent Later Sinco tho above was in typo President planting but his plants are small and he will wait awhile before setting anj more Pieratt tells us tho West Liberty boys Mr Hord is an expert tobacco grower havo been engaged and wo are truly and it is confidently expected that he glad of it will teach our people something about The election officers for the primary the culture of the weed that will be of election to be held on tho 26th inst are benefit to them as follows Hazel Green W T Swnngo Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Rev Mr Beddinger of Anchorage willbcgin a meeting at tho Presbyterian church hero on Friday ovening further notice of which will bo announced by tho ringing of tho bell Â¬ lfflV r A J HI r - IB n V a i3 V j v v i Vl i l the most remarkable preachers perhaps to be found in Kentucky Wo refer to tho Rov Reuben Smith who is now 88 years of ago and preaches at some point every Sunday He never rides but walks to each of his appointments and no condi- Â¬ tion of weather ever caused him to fail With the exception of a slight cough he is in perfect health and walks with as much vigor as a man of forty He i b a Methodist in faith and Uncle Reuben and his bible are as familiar to many on the far sido of the county as ono of their own family A few years since ho went thing a mcetnin through the mountains of Again wo call tho attention of our far Kentucky and Tenncssco and was gono mor friends who are growing tobacco to for a year or more during which time he Â¬ tho fact that W W Reed of Mt Ster- walked to each one of his appointments this ling handles the finest fertilizer for Do you need any agricultural imple Â¬ especial crop to bo found anywhere and If so consult tho is that they buy a ments of any kind our advice to them Wo advertisement of Ed Mitchcl Mt Ster Â¬ supply of him and givoita trial used to think it was nonsenso to spend ling Ky and forthwith gD to seo him money for fertilizer but a few years or writo him about what you want He sinco whilo living on the Eastern Shore has one of the handsomest stores in Mt is filled from cellar to of Virginia wo had our eyes opened to Sterling which every far attic with the choicest things in hard- Â¬ tho importance of it There housekeeping articles mer uses more or less fertilizer and the ware cutlery most is invariably tho builders hardware stoves ranges otc man who uses the ono who has tho most money at tho end etc and besides this he has a warehouse is said of tho season A good fertilizer and full of tho Mitchell wagon which Reed sells will not to have no equal for light draft and that 18s tho kind Mr You can also find at this only incrcaso tho production of tobacco durability but It also increases its weight and in house a nlco line of china glass ware this section where light tobacco is the etc and he will mako prices to suit tho rule that is a consideration Fertilizer is times Tongue can hardly tell or pen to the farmer what advertising is to tho portray the ncatnossof this establishment business man and prosperous onoa in the since Mr Mitchell added a twenty five who foot addition giving more light and two classes are invariably the onoa A visit to his store will pay so to speak more room use tho most fertiliser and tho otherfellowa are not in it R you and when the opportunity offers we want you to go and see him little bit Â¬ Tho storm here on Saturday night and Sunday morning did great damage to the fruit trees Snow fell to the depth of seven inches on a level and the ther- Â¬ mometer fell out of sight as it were Very few now living ever saw such a sight before but Mr Jeff Stamper who has a wonderful memory about events of this kind says that on May 20 1850 and again on May 20 1858 there was just such a snow storm The storm was general throughout tho country From present indications tho Hazel Green fair promises to bo better this year than ever before Tho people gen Â¬ erally ore taking more interest in tho enterprise notwithstanding the talk of a few soreheads and doubting Thomases and it will not surprise us to see a larger attendance this year than on any former occasion Nor is this all Those of our mountain people who own good horses nro preparing to show them Now that they are assured that the blue grass stock will bo cut out they feel that they havo as good a show to win as auy of their neighbors and will put all their stock in shape for tho fair Let the good work Â¬ go on and every man try to show someÂ¬ clerk Bill Toliver sheriff Erastus Brooks and John Henry Campbell judges Campion Robt Carroll clerk John Drake sheriff Douglass Evans and C C Wireman judges Torrent Henry Cox clerk Wm L Bush sheriff J Creech and Jesse Adams judges Red River Frank P Wilson clerk Robt Anderson sheriff Henry Rose and Dick ritK 9 iHWHB Lykins has just returned from a trip to Louisville Tho caso of Hollon vs Lilly in tho Clark circuit court which was sot for last Tuesday was continued until tho AND September term of court J B Hollon wife and two daughters havo just returned from a visit to Jahn Swetnams in Clark county Their littlo daughter Laura camo back with them Rov Thomas of iho M E church preached at tho Mothodist church Sun Â¬ day morning and again nt night Tho subject of his discourso was Influence text Let your light shine Jas H Stone H E St Clair and H Insurance smay cover actual loss of goods burned but E Willis of Filson Powell county were in town Friday ovening attending tho it docs not pay far time and trado lost whilo re establishing 7 bu minces PHEVENT THE FIRE WITH A STEMPEL Odd Fellows lodgo nt this place they being members of tho order IWSPENCER COOPER Hazel flreen Ky agent for Wolfs and The Democratic primary to nominato Morgan Counties YCnU and boo rifoo Littlo Wondor candidates for constablo and justico of tho peace in this magisterial district XM4X44M comes off on next Saturday Tho various Â¬ candidates nro becoming very much in 11 13 and 15 W terested in their races and tho contest ftain Street promises to be a pretty lively one LEXING1 03ST KY Dr J H Stamper on yesterday was called to visit Mrs Anno Wells wifo of WHOLESALE AHS iRETAIL S B Wells and daughter of D B Rose ri- - lnUn1m1rADlnJt Wo want your trade find aro sr who was reported to bo in a vory crit- Â¬ gin LeuunuHi pr rMMtiv hiiow you uie greatest selection ical condition Mrs Wells mother and of iKkim the city One large room tie brother Granvillo Rose left here yester Â¬ votea to hlus u second room is tilled with Drjjooll9mion8 etc whilo in the third day afternoon to see her room wccnrvynn immense stook or dents Sam Amyx formerly of this place but r urmalilnlicMMJs lints etc To ascertain how tuftiiy olttbe readers of thin paper deal recently of Loxiugton registered at tho wiiu us wuyuii sjiow a uiscouni oi o per1 Hollon Hotel on Friday the 18th inst euwt to any cutojer bringing this ndvor- tiflcincnt whcmMiny deal with us This of-Ho was considerably disabled a few ler good lor two mirths only Watch for weeks ago by a box car running oyer his prices in our now UJ foot and crushing it Ho is now ablo to Jiff - X ifc XT WJ MtoWtlWJMJLi9i walk about by tho uso of a cane Tho following were registered at tho Hollon Hotel during the past week W V Pemberton Louisville E 0 Amos Cincinnati Chas E Wyman Chicago C D Thos J Wells Portsmouth Moore Cattlettsburg W J McCullogh Lot your firat eutoy bo a rosolution Cincinnati E W Dixon Cincinnati not to buy until you lajyo soon us for E B Fitch Louisville On the evening of tho 11th iust tho school nt this place gave another enter Â¬ tainment at tho court house They had a crowded house and tho exercises were Oil very enjoyable and entertaining They will probably not givo another entertain Â¬ You will run no chanco Things ment until tho close of the term which aro what they Boom will bo June 29 as we are informed Thoro will bo no disappointments Hon Jo M Kendall passed through in storo for you town on last Thurday on his way to Ken- Â¬ tucky river and passed back again on JffjrM j Bjj yesterday on his way to West Liberty t MANAGER He snys that his prospects are good Ho 87 N Broadway LEXINGTON KY is making an effort to meet every votor in the district face to face Kendall men in this section are decidedly in tho ma- Â¬ J 0 swwr nm 1 s flSMlMMW men ran i ia SAVE YOUR HOUSE CHEAP SIMPLE BELIABLIJ HANDY A0Kffiv SH-f-- tsttfon 494ti4444t CWOA4 mfrws 0 i- - l - Hi v5q m ettK0 wtfrrnm t loaftsofr Begin l Tear Rigm Carpets Curtains Rugs Mattings Cloths ti -- Oi i si HUGH HICKS jority DEALER Tho Biiow nt this place on last Sunday morning was said by somo to bo six inch Â¬ es deep Much damage was done to or Â¬ chards by being broken down but com Â¬ paratively littlo damage dono to vegeta- Â¬ Linden judges Stillwater John Bar- Â¬ tion We havo not seen anyone yet old ker clerk George Brooks sheriff John enough to remember a parallel case of such a snow so late in tho Benson Such Taylor and Joe A Rose judges Holly W Congleton clerk Wash Tyree is very much out of tho natural order of J Avis sheriff B F Hatton and Maco Gibbs ihings judges Acmlomy Noton H C Lacy visited his parents Saturday There is in this county one of IN f TIM HARDWARE QUEENSWARE TINWARE And a Full Line of Agricultural Implements Mitchell Wagons Owcnsboro Wagons McCormick Binders and Mowers Whiteleys Solid Steel Binders and Mowers Repairs kept in stock for McCormick Wliiteloy and Champion Macldnery Granger and Tiger Hay Rakes Avery and Malta Bouble Shovel Plows IV Ml iSVC and Sunday A D ttfnllv arrtirtmiA arwl rvrarililnnll v flnlfv New ered His subject reading was in itself ft ono of interest to students but treated Good so thoughtfully it became a sourco of new knowledge awakening a new lovo Such as Bedroom Suits Cheap Bedstead Rockers Pianos for reading in all who heard Wo havo Organs Bureaus Tables Mattress and everything that you read a great deal about reading and havo We have the larÂ¬ heard many speak of It but this lecturo can find in a first class Furniture House puts tho whole in an entirely new light gest lino of Carpets in Eastorn Kentucky and our Furniture All colleges should hear thin lecturo is tho latest and at rock bottom prices Bo sure to call and Order of exercises for closing week seo us at MASONIC Monday Juno 4 8 p m entertainment by pupils Tuesday Juno 6 8 p in entertainment by pupils Wednesday Juno G 8 p m young mens declama Â¬ tory contest Thursday Juno 7 8 p young ladies declamatory contest Fri Â¬ day June 8 10 a m final exercises consisting of an address awarding med Â¬ als summary of work and announce- Â¬ ments mhsio and reports On Thurs Â¬ day June 7 at 8 p m there will be an address Friends and patrons and all are invited to attend all these exercises Lacy spent from Friday till Sunday at White Oak The examinations begin on Friday May 25 and end on June 1 Jno E Combs a former pupil of Ezol visited tho school on Monday Our now catalogue will bo issued next week from The Herald office A 0 Jones spent from Friday till Sunday at his fathers near Salem Lula Taulbee of Daysboro is again in school She was kept from school somo weeks on account of sickness G A Williams and E W McKinnoy spent Saturday and Sunday with S M Nickell at his homo near Index Our school enjoyed the lecture by F M Tinder of Maysliclc on last liiurs day It was full of rich thoughts beau The Best and Cheapest Cook Stoves and Ranges on the Market Queensware Cut Throat Prices MANTELS AN URATES mb Tho Farmers7 JViand North Maysville Street j Mt Starling Ky As it is Springtime of course everyone will want to clean house and must nave A Carpet or Matting Window Shades or House Furnishing ilt TEMPLE SUrJTO N m- Mt Sterling Ky MT miVJKg Aoademiht WHoAur TRIMBLE BB0THBS8 t cmoona STERLING KY iU MWifMTTiriMnnBWnMiiniwmwriMrwTMnBWMnrwnwiiiiiT -i- m1 mi m v1 Ja hhiiiihiimm i u UiMjmamjumfciuJ i -- - - I m - j jl SrW--- hilW JjLLMJfryj I m mn imi mi nnnmrarr mil il in waTT r rofftlAt Ji 7 W il Bi F H f 4tvn n - T iff twTSwwr SW tVCKT2i vw 7fe awiw WM Tsffi3ESv j t W ILIjMWI - IJI TUTOir - I ilWiLM gj - - Ni IA r li Ufui fi llwfc- - 7v - f rfn44 J I - K feit tfn Li Ajfe w H I H f - of High arum of marines on board Knglish ships TarifT In the Nennto Is reported It appears that the bay- Â¬ SPKNCKR COOPUlt Publisher The appalling legislation of 1800 onets belonging to tho marines have known as the McKinley law srcatctl n Hoonlcr Ucnny ho n winking Â¬ KENTUCKY In wuy linn nitons Ijom thinking necessity for relief moro immediato and in tunny cajjs become highly magnet IIAZKLURJ2EN Thutitfhth In every wny profound absolute than was ever boforo known ized through contact with or close In American history and he peo- Â¬ proximity to dynamos and the result Wlmt Im Hnnslrr Kenny doing THE COMPLEXION lloonior lleimy he Ih chewing ple issued their instructions at the Is that compasses liavo become affected On tho cud of politics ballot box accordingly At tho sume by sentries passing near them when Hew Drat to Kt ep tlio Skin from lie Hut time the riotous extravagance ol wearing those side arms An order has And wullo touching Hchool lie peeping tKP of Time j Out tho window and In keeping tho party then In power taklnir an been issued that In future sentries are Tlioro ore certain people thougl Curoful wutch for WJ overflowing treasury from nn outgoing not to wear side arms when on duty In lmlr number is grpvyirig lessj evcrj democratic administration in March the neighborhood of the dynamos and WhU Ih JInotdnr Kenny doing yenrwljo consider that lin attempt to it is expected that this will overcome viewing Hoohlt r Kciniv he 18SI and leaving it practically bank preserve tho complexion or to prevent tho difliculty Electrical Review All Unit pksnvH diy by dny rupt four years later imposed upon the ravago of wrinklea Is a worlcof the Dcnfndin Cannot liu Curirt those who are now responsible for the He Ih far from overlooking evil one and 11 wicked und useless support of tho government tho Imperi by local applications as they cannot reach Any stow thmn now a coo Win Mr Jamea R Bond wasto of time isonly In u proMUIentlul wnv ous duty of providing against ugly deÂ¬ thodiscuscu portion of thcetir There by eon Philadelphia Pa Tho folly of this belief has been re ono way to cure Deafness and that Is ficiencies and impending national dis- Stitutioual remedies Deafness Iscatised by Watching Koed mid Kill McKlnlcy quontly exploited It seams strange Smiling when ihev cover thlnlv honor In reaching results of such an inliaiiod condition of the mucous lining that thp woman Vho should seek to Movement In tho doubtful ntutci magnitude and importance as these of tho Eustachian Tubo When this tube kdep hcrgoWn in perfect rcpnlr should rumbling and In carrying out the interests and gets inflamed you have uwhen it Is sound or I living You enn let though ho yet not seek to keep from her skin the imperfect hearing and entirely declared wishes of toiling millions as closed Deafness is tho result and unless tho Sciatica and the Piles Adds to In regret thut huV not giving ravages of time It is perfectly true Jobs tti change for delegaten contradistinguished from powerful and inflammation can ho taken nut mid thistuhc that all sorts of dangerous lotions are Washington News the Sufferers favored classes obstacles have ol restored toits normal vendition hearing will use but there are also harmless and in out ol tea course been encountered gigantic in be destroyed forever nine eases nothing but yet valuable ones and to refuso to use are caused by catarrh which is MKINLEYS OPENING size arrogant insolent dictatorial and an iullained condition of tho mucous sur- Four Bottles of Hoods Sarsopnrltla thorn where they aro ofllcacinus is a Effoct3 a Wondorful Curo foolish concession to a foolish theory TIib Tin NupoJiMnin Itiiiiigurutloii of II In in some instances sinister perfidious faces will give One Hundred Dollars for any C I Hoott A Co Lowell Mass We unci dishonest in character This fact KrrMldcntliil Citnipiitgii It is impossible to And uny one lotion Tlio series of speeches delivered by could not be otherwise under the pro case of Deafness caused by catarrh that Gentlemen As a result of the memorable eaanot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure blizzard of March 18iW I contraeted a isoitlar which agrees equally well with all rliouuiiitlsin for cltjlitcca months afterwards complexions That which is one Mr McKinley at Minneapolis were ac- Â¬ tective system which hits for so many Send lor circulars tree fc Co Toledo O m 1 l wiiH iiiu up nun uiusuuiiir rjnuuuiiniji Hen Cnnsrv cepted by his hearers and doubthss years prevailed in this country In suluthva I then joined my mans meat may bo another jgySold bv Druggists 7 I u as jugcd in steam lltllng vcr Col wht re Mtinufactunng interests which u Halls Family Tills S cents mans poison To some complexions Intended by himself as tho opening of and eimlneulng and icto I commenced to It hundred years ago were indeed and in glyecrino is soothing and healing to the presidential campaign of 1SIK5 tako Hoods siraiiuru ror my rneumniiHin tliu rhiumiulsm and Hold1 roared the tragedian It cured mo not only others it is an irritant when it should is an early start and too early a start fact In their infancy and wore nursed asRntinci the audience laughed heartih at his deatli Achillea hut also of out ird piles from which and fostered while yet in the cradle ol has its perils but tiiat is his allair novcr be used unless it is mixed with for thirty three yi urs I d suffered do you Mr Mclvinley Is a bold man to stand their birth are now tho colossal task scene -- Truth suppobo Im doing this for rose water A cold cream made from A ThousanJ Deaths runf Previous to oin to Denver 1 visited tlio the oil of almonds is more generally up and discourse of the calamities masters of the whole people command ltrciithing IulHon Ual vei sity of lennsylvn uiit to ho operated upon uflicaclous to heal tho chafing caused which he lias been ehielly instrumental ing tribute from every days labor be my case eloign Hon of You without in bringing on tlie count r lie Is a neath the sun haughtily striding the poison cant draw a breath malarious inhaling Tho doctor pronounced by tho wind and cold and to protect if you sojourn iu a locality tho skin before going out on a chilly bold man to seek to lay them on the corridors of this capitol and issuing utiring tho unheathv seasons The deni of that windy day as well as in cases of sun Â¬ democrats If wo could conceive of their edicts in the tones of dictators zensonlymalaria stricken regions tcstil puis certain safeguard against the the burn and other irritations of the skin Paris had he survived tlte Trojan war for or against the enactment of pend otious vapor and its products chills and tho bowels and the worst he cversuv Hero When the complexion hns lost its fresh Â¬ standing amid tho ruins of Ilium and ing measures iu tiie halls of congress fever remittent fever ague cuke and dumb fused to perforin an opeiallon iom b tlcs of not Hoods ness and needs some toning as a prep- laying all the blame for the desolation Those who own and represent these igucis I Iostettcrs Stomach Hitters which cured SiirsanarillUi ntlcs onlj r i cutl hut ind rtieitmutiMn both tho around him upon the unreasonable Jeal- Â¬ swollen and arrogant interests do not remedies also constipation biliousness seo West Norm Street aration which will give nutriment Iamus K UrNU dyspepsia and rheumatism Philadelphia Va through tho pores of tho skin nothing ousy of Menelaus on the one hand hesitate to declare on what terms a bill is better than this same cold cream and tlte reckless daring of Hector on vitally affecting seventy million of peoyour chil- Buaki not break the wills of Hoods Pills curd liver Ills constitution bllioiisiuss juuLdlco sick lieadachehuhyc jllon Tho ordinary cold cream such as is the other we might iind something ple will be permitted to become a law drcu purchased in drug stores is made of like a parallel to the nerve of McKin- and In default of what provisions for lard Such animal fats us lard and ley Jlut we are not driven to the bor financial profits to themselves they mutton tallovv are penetrating and derland of myth for such a parallel will insure its defeat The only policy they sink into tho pores tend to en- - When Nero after liring the city of the only request of a practical protec largo them and thus they render the Koine and fiddling while the couilngra- - tionist is to bo let alone in the enjoy skin in time ilabby and full of tion was iu progress came forward ment of the highest duty and the fatwhen the desolation was complete and test bounty the govcrnment can give wrinkles emollients in the form of oil of said the Christians were the cause of He makes himself an obstacle tc lint almonds or cocoa butter are of u the whole trouble lie furnished Mr change from no other or highor convegetable nature and lay as a sort ol McKinley with a historical precedent sideration than sordid brutal selfishpoultice over the outside pf the skin perfect in all its details witlt a single ness To the thoroughly protected and i i i7ltSi healing and protecting it Vaseline exception namely that Nero knew 111 teSU should be remembered tends to in what he was doing wliilo we cheer self complacent American manufac it crease tho growth of hair and while It fully give Mr McKinley the beneilt of turer sole master of his own market is valuable for tho scalp it should not the assumption that lie had not the re- Â¬ and incarnation of human selfishness be applied to the face as it is re motest idea that lie was playing with his enforced customers those to whore sponsible for much of the prevalent Are when lie struck the industries and he sells at his own protected price growth of suporiluous hair on wom- the prosperity of the country so fatal a lave a value as slaves once had to blow We might also note that Nero heir owners Not more than four ens lips and faces A cold cream of spared his impoverished people the in days in the week belong to tho laborer oil of almonds Is easily made at home iliction of four speeches In a single himself under tariff laws as they now as follows Tako four ounces of oil of almonds day but then Nero was not a candidate stand every hour of the other two days is absorbed iu paying tlio manufahalf an ounce of white wax and half for the presidency If anyone doubts that Mr McKinley cturers increased prices on tho neces an ounce of spermaceti Put them in a cup set the cup in boiling water was the chief agent in bringing on the siries of life which a protective tarill 18911 uiuHct them gradually melt together panio ofwas he ha only to remember guarantees Can there be any wonder that pro that it admitted on all sides last itt tho back of tho stove It will take summer that the Sherman act caused tected classes and protected individ half an hour or moro before they are thoroughly melted together When the panic Now it lias since come to irils who have been as it were taken this is done add two ounces light that the Sherman act would never into partner hip by the government of violet essence or of orange have passed had it not been necessary every one of them should break oui to lower water pour and the Mr the passage of the Mclvinley bill If into vehement protest and angry out McKinley had devised a rational cry when to tubed and disturbed by the liquid preparation Into a covered porce tariff bill such as tlio republican lead- Â¬ spirit of reform and equitable legis lain or metal box in which you intend Imtn hi Kuop iu unero tuo sicin needs nu ers in the northwest had promised the lation frWtiffyPffi zirTfy tw2Vfi If- till m The enactment of the McKinley trition and care an application of this people in lbSS no bargain would have cream to tho hands and face at night been necessary to secure its passage law in 1SS0 was a gigantic crime not on retiring to rest will prove elllca- - Jly framing a bill so outrageous that only against every workingmnu and clous Thd skin must first be washed his own party would not agree to it workingwomun in the United States Mr McKinley but also against every individual man with scrupulous care using warm without a bargain brought upon the country all the woes ufacturer and against all manufactur waterand afterward steaming theskin It was not so designed in wator as hot as you can bear Dry that attended and followed the panic ing interests of 1SUU as well as that are yet to fol- Â¬ by its authors but such was its real Tho subject of tho above portrait is et That of ull known agents to ncevmi jfsh it with a soft absorbent towel The low and Inevitable character It declared prominent and much reapectel mimi Mr this purpose Dr Piercos Pleasant Pullets are old fashioned damask towel Is alto Robert Manson of West Rye N II Whero In declining to criticise tho tariff bill a policy so llagitious in principle sc Mr Manson is known his word is as good unoquuled is proven by tho fact that once gether tho best for this purpose tho used thej arc always m Their secin detail Mr McKinley acted the part rotten in morality and so ravenous ic as hi3 bond In a recent lotter to Dr It V ondary effect is to keep thofavor open and huckaback towel la too harsh Then bowols of wisdom lie follows the republican its exactions on the absolute wants o Pierce Chief Consulting Phvsletan to tho regular not to further constipate us is iho apply the cold cream rubbing it on tho other pills skin with tho hand In tho morning platform in asking for a tariff that will life that its possiblo duration was only Invalids YHotel and Surgical Institute Buf- Â¬ caso with with sufferers Hence their greatN Mr popularity from habitual concover tho difference between wages In a question of time when the next elec falo Dr Piercos Munson Bays every portion of this oily coat must be i t tti ni1 jitIAofiAH Tlcasant tho ot tin t IlJWO 444111 iUUlUOllUJI country and wages abroad It tion by the people should occur and tost pills 1 overtook for thoPellets aro my ukuwuiliiPleasant Pellets liver All washed off with warm water followed this Tho nro far more effec- Â¬ say thoy tive in arousing tho liver to notion than blue by tho application of abundance of cold would bo rather dilllcult we imagine yet the vast manufacturing interest friends opinion isdo thorn tho most good This shared who calomel other mercurial prepara Â¬ water to glvo tho skin tone Apply the for him to ilnd any article of impor- Â¬ of tho country were tempted and se onco tries tlieso tiny littlo by every ono pills pills and havoortho sugar coated further mvrit of bemg tance on which the rate Is not suillclent duced into accepting Its delusive bribei which aro to bo found in all medicine stores tions cl cream also boforo going but in u t col purely vegotablo nnd perfectly harmless in to cover tho difference In the cost of and into an eager adjustment of them- Tho U S Inspector of Immigration at Buf-Â¬ any condition wind to proveuj challng or use it after of tho system no particular N Y writes of them care is required while using them coming in from a walk being careful labor Though the republicans laid selves to Its alluring though evanescent falo From early childhood as follows I have differed Composed of tho choicest concentrated first to wash out any dust that may down this rule they have not been will Â¬ and short lived provisions livor ing to abide by it When Mr McKin Our purpose is to replace the law ol from a sluggish such awith all tho disorders vegetable extracts their cost is much mora clog tho pores This cold cream Is also condition is ley introduced his bill four years airo IbDO with a measure of reform safe accompanyingand patent medicines Doctors than yet that of other pills found in the mar- Â¬ prescriptions n hoallng ointment which may bo safe I havo ket from forty to forty four Pellets ho said iu tho accompanying report conservative and harmonious in itself used in nlmnduuco thoy only afforded tem nro put up in each sealed glass vial as sold ly applied to any Irritation of tho sku try that In no ease had the rates been made and to which all tlio wholesome anc porary relief I was recommended to talc- Â¬ through druggistsand can bo had tit the price or scalp N Y Tribune Pierces Pleasant Pellets I did so of tlio more ordinary nnd cheaper mado pills higher than was necessary to cover dif Â¬ legitimate industries of tho country Dr two at night ing and Dr Piorco prldea himself on having lMin ferences of cost iu the United States will speedily adapt themselves and day for two weeks Ione after dinner overy A Sect of FniUorfl havo reduced tho doso In foreign countries This was tenaciously cllug for secure develop to ono Pellet overy duy for two months first to introduce a Littlo Liver Pill to tho The Jains of India aro the champion and American peoplo Many shown to bo untrue In Innumerable ment anil undisturbed growth In the I havo in six niontb3 increased in solid flesh but nono have approached havo imitated them Â¬ fasters or long distance his Plcasint Peltwentu twopnunds I am in liettor health lets m excellence food sect of tho world Fasts of from instances but Mr Melvinloy would not future If this can bo done without than I havo lieon sinco childhood Drowsi- Â¬ laxntnm aro thirty to forty days are very common on that account agree to any abatement needless delay an era of prosperity will ness and unpleasant fcelingsuftor meals havo iJ0h Pleasant Pellets Mnrtic prp0Se3 iuno- dawn upon all the diversified interests cuiiiiuuiuiy uuuiiHXirca among this curious sect and once each in rates nor to all mineral waters iulliiltoly pow sedlitz When Mr McKinley dilates on the of the country such as has never been year a radaml eomes forward and dore salts castor oi fruit syrups so yyQtZsyiry callcxl laxativo teas and tho main other undertakes tho grand fast a period benefits of reciprocity ho raises the surpassed In our history purgativo compounds sold iu variouj forms Of the more than sl million of peo orsovonty uvo days during which time question why ho put his bill through house without uny reciprocity In ple employed in the manufacturing es sealed therefore V1 Klass Yins he uHowb nothing but warm wator to the Assist nature littlo and reliable One littlo Pel it The reciprocity scheme such as it tablishments of the entire country gontlo laxative aor if now and then with a always puss his lips When tho faBt is once need lw with a moro lot is laxative two gently cathartic begun the faster will carry it to the Is is not his work It was added after from ocean to ocpan not ono has ever searching and cleansing cathartic thereby di01 P1 t0 promote- digestion removing offending prescribed limit or dio in tho attempt the bill went to the senate in conse appeared boforo congress or nny com- ach and bowels and matter from tlio stom- Â¬ talto ono each day after dinner To rolievo In curious contrast to this startling quence of a suggestion from Mr lllalne mittee of congress or made response In rating tho livor andtoning up and invigo- S883 Tfr0m ovcraHnR nothing equals quickening its tardy tiny mtgar coated anti Mr feat is tho religious eating contests ot though was JJlalnes scheme of reci- Â¬Â¬ any public meeting stating that hU notion and you thereby romovo tho cause granules scarcely procity rejocted and another sub empoyer upon the enactment of high of a multitudo of distressing diseases cuch tard seeds Every child larger than mus-Â¬ tkeSoiUh Sea islanders whero the wants them biliousness skin competitors actually hoop themselves stituted This fact might not be so er rates of duty on imports evor gav as headnches indigestion piles diseases boils carbuncles fevers nnd h2in1ftoritlMi3I aT0takc instead of dis shocking tho system thoy act in tuning llko barrels with ropes mado of grass important wore it not for the fact that or suggested to give him a farthings maladies too numerous to mention and natural way There is no ro and baric to keep from bursting through Mr McKinley is a candidate for the increase of pay for his work peoplo would pay moro attention to acUonnftenvard If Their help of presidency on the busls of his bill Ho properly tho notion or overfeeding St Louis Republic Kx Mlnlster Stevens in hit sis thoy regulating loss frequenttheir bow rwomonded to be would have should therefore confine himself to occasion Thoy may bo bet fry for the their doctors1 services to subdue Huro to Move TIishw such things as he put into the bill with Â¬ latest explanation of his reason foi to call for dangerous ueiwr prone diseases out ho is not it ono J Traveler Deadlock pa your stu4 out compulsion from the senate The hoisting tho American Hag over tin attacks of tho rho needs he Hawaiian government building does legislature oh scheme of reciprocity is not a success as a whole and any slight benefits not in tho least strengthen the case Native Yes Why dont you break it that may have resulted from some of which he bus so long and industrious its features cannot be credited to Mr ly been trying to make in his own be11 MM 1TW rfWHM McKinley fc It was devised to roduce half He thought it necessary to the jyiiwmiHK protection of American life and prop A Gripelosa 4f the balance of trade against this coun- Â¬ erty IkwW 9 a the provisional government I For dscasts of he LIVER and kinMBvc i i SS try with sugar producing countries TIatrodnoe a bill to raise salaries i idc There is the hjelj it haiVivlloUy fulled to do but agreeing with him I 5- Used by women it PREVENTS SUF- trouble- - Stevens was liand ln whole an the contrary has increased tho A Delicate Question Vic W men it PROMOTES VIGOR It largely Louisville Courier glove with the provisional govern nont JfMwii QW4oHt trust Jack Ills for the purpose of lauding the islands lhc Complexion and prevents Journal What In lloonior Denny doing Ilooilcr Mutiny lio In gluing Onu car closely to tho ground 11 v 1 Â¬ Â¬ Hazel Green Jit 111 11 - ii -- iiiimiwn ni n w p Herald WHAT BENNY DOING CREATED BY MKlNLEYlSM Senator Vonrheu Arraignment A singular aberration of tlte side Mncnetincd the IJnrnnetii 3v Â¬ Muscular SlkMtism Kissry Â¬ I 4m 1 son-in-la- i I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Hoods5 rtos Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ o i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mm KmmmtK smmu ml Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ sOP y Jv Â¬ Â¬ VJ If l Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i i M - Â¬ s s num Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ teo Â¬ t WVilbtMt0 V I Â¬ Â¬ il1l H V0 n- Lincoln Tea P06 ceaIs -- Cathartic i ry eMnnminat 80Md Olrl po v - jpakfrora - into the United States if it was within Tins first harp was a tortoise shell their power to accomplish that pur fc vltjh pose w Detroit Free Press a string tied across it DvsMDSpriSRnSipa10 PrceagNgouNa MS shy ft 1 vi v ii ti m wBea Ellkl w tfc V1 r J i - I MM -- f1 - - ri i t A ERnH w- - r Iff M STRANGER 1 i f is our morning and evening services I am conscious that 1 stand in the pres Â¬ I desiro ence of many this morning more especially to speak to them May God give me the right word and help nic to utter it in the right way There liave glided into this house those unknown to others whose his Â¬ tory if told would bo more thrilling than the deepest tragedy more excit ing than Pattis song more bright than a spring morning more awful than a wintry midnight If they could stand up here and tell tho story of thoir escapes and their temptations and their bereavements jind their disasters and their victories and their defeats there would be in tiiis house such a com Â¬ mingling of groans and acclamations as would make the place unendurable There is a man who in infancy lay Out yonder in a cradle satin lined up is a man who was picked on foundling a Boston Com- Â¬ mon Hero is a man who is C00II3 ob serving this religious service expect Â¬ ing no advantage and earing for no advantage for himself while yonder is a man who has been for ten years in an awful con ignition of evil habits and he is a mere cinder of a destrojod nature and he is wondering if there shall be in this service any escape or help for his immortal soul Meeting you only once perhaps face to face 1 strike hands with J ou in an earnest talk about your present condition and yonr etevnal well being St Pauls ship at Molita went to pieces where two seas met but we stand to day at a point where a thousand seas converge and eternity alone can tell the issue of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 11 Was a Stranger and Yo Took Me books to i mjn ovo tho mind -- and Chrjstian influence tp save the In Beautifully Elaborated soul I wish every city in tho United States had as fine a palace f r The fcntifthlno nntl Shadows of a Great its Young Mens Christian Association City ricturrd In tlio Ielplt lr Kov as New York has here live you go- Dr X JDoWItt Talmace V D ing Well you say I am going to take n long walk up Broadway and so The text selected by Dr Tnlmngo turn around into tho Bowery I am last Sundayiwas Matthew xxv 35 I going to study human life Good A was nstfangcr and yo took me in walk through Itroadway at 8 oclock at It is a moral disaster that jocosity night is interesting educating fusel- has despoiled so many passages of nating appalling exhilarating to the Scripture and my text is ono that has Inst degree Stop in front of that tho- suffered from irrovcrcnt and misapplied ator and see who goes in Stop at that quotation It shows great poverty of saloon and see who comes out Seo tho wit and humor when people taUci the great of lifo surging tides sword of Divino trutb for a game at backward and forward and beat- fencing or chip off from the Kohinoor ing against the marble of tho curb- Â¬ diamond qf inspiration a sparklo to stone and eddying down into the sadecorate a fools cap My text is tho loons What is that mark on tho fueo salutation in tho last judgmcut to be of that debauchee It is the hectic givcnjto tjiose who have shown hos- Â¬ flush of eternal death What is that pitality and kindness and Christian womans laughter It is the shriek of helpfulness to strangers By railroad a lost soul Who is that Christian man and steamboat tho population of tho going along with a vial of anodyne to earth arc all tho time in motion and the dying pauper on Klin street Who from one years end to another our is that belated man on the way to a citicsaro crowded with visitors Every prayer meeting Who is that eitv mis morning on tho tracks of tho Hudson sionary going to take a box In which RiverJ tho Pennsylvania tho Erie and to bury a child Who aro all these the Long Island railroads there como clusters of bright and beautiful faces passenger trains moro than I can num They are going to some interesting ber so that all tho depots and tho place of amusement Who is that man wharves aro a rumblc and a clang with going into the drug store That is tho the coining in of a great immigration man who yesterday lost all his fortune of strangers Some of them come for oil W all street Ho is going in for a dose purposes of barter some for mechanism of belladonna and before morning it home for artistic gratification some for will make no difference to him whether bight seeing A great many of them go stocks arc up or down 1 tell you that out on the evening trains and conse- Â¬ Broadway between 7 and li oclock at quently tho city makes but little im Â¬ night between tho Battery atid Cen- Â¬ pression upon them but there are tral park Is an Austorlitz a Gettys multitudes who in the hotels and burg a Waterloo where kingdoms are bojirding houvjs make temporary res lost or won and three worlds mingle in idences Thev tarry here for three or the strife 1 four days or as many weeks They meet another coming down off the spend the days in the stores and the hotel steps and 1 say Whore aro you I am going with a evenings in sight seeing Their tem Â¬ going You say porary stay will make or break them merchant of New York who has prom not nly financially but moralty for ised to show me tho underground life yds world and the world that is to of the eitj 1 am his customer and ho come Multitudes of them come into is going to oblige 1110 very much Â¬ Â¬ V IJi V hotels in any other land but those that aro most celebrated for brilliancy of tapestry and mirror can not give to the guest any costly apartment unless ho can afford a parlor in addition to The stranger therefore his lo Iging will generally find assigned to him a room without 1113 pictures and per Â¬ haps any rocky chair He will linda box of matches on a bureau and an old newspaper hft hy a previous occupant and thatWll bo about all tho orna Â¬ About 7 oclock in tho mentation evening after having taken his ropabt he will look-- over his memorandum book- - of the days work he will write a letter tp his homo and then a dospera tIonwiirseie him to got out You hoar tho great city thundering under your window and you say I must ioin that procession and in ten minutes von have joined it Where I Oh vou sav avi rr od rfrtlnrr f n haybVtfriinde up niy mind yet Better make up your unnu ucioro you sian Perhaps the very way you go now you wnrTilways go Twenty years ago tlre wore two young men who came down the Astor house steps and start edTiu a wrong direction where they havfiSeen going over since JWell whore are you going says one I am going to tho academy to man Good I would hear some music like to join you at tho door At tho tap of the orchestral baton all tho gates of harmony and bcuuty will open boforo your soul I congratulate you Whcro Well you say I are you going am going up to see somo advertised Good I should like to go pictures along with yoa and look over same catalogue and study with you Ken sett and Blerstadt and Church nnd Morau Nothing more elevating than good pic Well j ture s Where aro you going you say I am going up to the Young i p k The hotels of this country for beauty null elegance aie not surpassed by the thchomv --The Christian ehwreh tho country and surrounded by much Men como to tho verge of olty life and preacher hi th foreign field for Now we will just look off two hundred at home parental care I had not until that time say scon tho haunts of iniquity By tho grace Come young man do not be afraid Tho gifts of Christian Endeavor aw of God defended I had novcrsowedmy Como near lot us look off He cornea Ho ties to the American board and the wild oats I had Homrftow been nblo to the odgo nnd looks and looks until womans board during 18 amount to tell from various sources something after awhile Satan sneaks up behind to f MJMJ about the iniquities of tho great cities him and puts a hand on each of hia In the United States and BrltUk and to preach against them but I snw shoulders and pushes him oft Socl America thero aro 1U0197 Sunday in the people that there must bo an in- Â¬ oty says it is evil proclivity on the schools Thcso aro attended by over futuntion and a temptation that had part of that young man Oh nol 10000000 pupils never been spoken about and I said Ho was Bimply nn oxplorer and sacriOf tho clorgymen J will explore 1 sav thousands of fices his lifo in discovery A 3oung of England HJ70 Protostant 1323 are Of nnd Wales only nien going down and If there had been man comes in from tho countrj foreign birth a splritul percussion niswerlng to tho bragging that nothing can do him any ish priests 80S while of tho J5H Itom aro of foreign birth physical percussion tho wholo air harm Ho knows about all tho trloki London Is stirrod over a discussion would have been full of rumble and of city life Why ho Bays did not roar and crack and thunder of demoll- - I roceivo a circular in tlio country toll touching religious instruction In the tbh1 and this moment- if wo should ing me that somehow thoy found out 1 public schools Tho non sectarian In pause in our service wo should hoar was a sharp business man and if 1 lluonco in school matters is growing Tlio Evangelist relates that when the crash crash lust as in tho sickly would only ooad a certain amount oi somebody onco asked Dr Philip Schaff season you sometimes hear tho boll at moiioy by mail or oxpross charges pro tho gate of tho cemetery ringing al Â¬ paid thc3 would soud n pnekago with how ho was nblo to accomplish so most incessantly so 1 found that which I could make a fortuno in twe much literary work lie replied laugh Oh thats easy Yoit must the bell at the gate of tho cemetery months but I did not believe it Mv ingly got up onrly and sit up late and keep where ruined souls aro burled was noighbors did but I did not Why n tolling by day and tolling by night I man could tako my money I carry li awake all day 1 J will Tho pennant for last springs Now said explore wont as a in a pocket inside my vest No man physician goes into a fever lazaretto to could tako it No man could cheat ma York sfato intercollegiate field day has sou what practical and useful in forma at tho faro table Dont I know nil at last been ofllelally awarded tp Syra- Â¬ cuse Tho reason for tho delay was tion I might get That would bo a about tho casobox and tho dealer foolish doctor who would stand out-- box and tho cards stuck togotho that thero was somo dispute as to tho side the door of an invalid writing a as though they wero one and when to eligibility of certain contestants Tho Latin prescription When tlio lecturer hand in my check Oh thoy cant cheat field day this spring will bo held in in a medical college is done with his me I know what I am about Whllo at Syruousu May 80 Teaching tho children temperance lecture he takes his students into the tho samo time 6hat very moment such dissecting room and he bhows them men aro succumbing to the worst Sa should bo an important department of the reality I wont and saw and tanic influences in tho simple fact that school work Tltoro aro encouraging came forth to my pulpit to report a thoy aro going to observe Now if a signs of the excellent work done for plague and to tell how sin dissects tho man or woman shall go down into a the good cause in tho instruction in body and dissects the mind and dis- - haunt of iniquity for tho purpose of re- rogard to tho effect of alcohol on tho Oh say 3ou aro forming monand women or for tin human system which Is in practice in sects the soul 3ou not afraid that in consequence of purpose of bolng intelligently nblo tc all state schools and all states and ter- Â¬ such exploration of tho iniquities warn peoplo against such perils if at ritories except six Pittsburgh Cath- Â¬ of the city other persons might did John Howard or Elizabeth Fry 01 olic make exploration and do them Â¬ Thomas Chalmers thc3 go down among Tho lato Mr S M Hamilton of I repty selves damage If in com Â¬ tho abandoned ior tho sako of saving Baltimore Md bequeathed 20000 to pany with tho commissioner of police them then such oxplorers shall bo God tho trustees of tho Seventh Baptist and the captain of police nnd tho in- Â¬ protected and they will come out hot- church of that olty tho intorcst of spector of police and the company of ter than tho3 wont in But if you go which is to be used in city mission two Christian gentlemen and not with on this work of exploration merely for work under the direction of that the spirit of curiosity but that 3011 may tho purpose of satisfying a morbid cur church The Seventh church lias in seo sin in order the better to combat it iosit3 I will tako 20 por cent off youi addition some 10000 at interest which then in the name of the ctornal God moral character will enable it to do a lino work in city Stop A business that tries to keep go But if not then stay away Sabbath morning comes You wake evangelization your custom through such a process as Wellington btanding in tho battlo of up in tho hotel You have had a longer The city of Charleston S C has that is not worthy of you There aro Waterloo hen the bullets wero buzz- Â¬ sloop than usual You bay Whero six public schools four for whites and business establishments in our cities ing around his head saw a civilian on am I A thousand miles from homo7 two for negroes Tho whlto schools Sir what I have no family to tako to church to aro as largo and commodious as thoso which have for years been sending to the field Ho said to him Why My pastor will not expect my for tho colored pupils The population da3T destruction thousands and thousands aro 3ou doing here Be off and thousands of merchants They replied the civilian there is no moro presence I think I shall look over my of tho olty Is live twulfths white and have a secret drawer in the counter danger here for me than there is for accounts and study my memorandum seven twelfths colored Owing to tho Then Wellington Hushed up and book Then I will write a fow busi- Â¬ fact that so many eolored pupils have where money is kept and tho clerk you goes and gets it when he wants said God and 1113 country demand that ness letters and talk to that merchant to be turned away two large private to the I be here but 3011 have no errand hero to take these visitors who came in on tho same train with schools have just been established city through the low slums of iov J as an officer in the army of Jesus me Stop 3011 can not afford to do it where payment is required ono having the place Shall 1 mention the names Christ went 01 that exploration and I am worth 500 2U0 and the other But 3ou sa3 pupils You can not afford to do it You of these great commercial estabÂ¬ on that battlefield If you bear a like 000 Dr l- K Clark president of tho I have them on 1113 I am worth a million dollars lips commission go if not stay away But sa3 lishments United Society of Christian Endeavor Perhaps I had better leave it you si3 Dont 3011 think that some- Â¬ You can not afford to do it All 3ou is receiving a fund for the erection of 11 Shall 1 to the young men who in that process how the description of those places in Â¬ gain by breaking tho Sabbath 3011 will Christian Kndeavor Technical school in have been destroyed themselves while duces people to go and sec for them- lose You will lose 0110 of threo things Japan It Is to be In connection with I answer 3es just as much as Your intellect j our morals or they have been destroying others I care selves 3our the Yoko Â¬ not how high sounding the name of a the description of 3ollow fovcr in some property and you can not point in tho hamaearthquake orphanage of of tho in which two hundred commercial establishment is if it propos- scourged city would induce people to whole earth to a single exception to children orphaned by tho terrible es to get customers or to keep them by go down there and get the pestilence this rule God gives us six chi3s and earthquake are bolng sheltered Tho such a process as that Drop their ac- But I 111113 be addressing some stranger keeps one for Himself Now if wo try work of feeding clothing and educat Â¬ Â¬ quaintance They will cheat 3011 be- already dcstro3ed Where is he that I to got tho sevonth Ho will upset tho ing the children is conducted on faith fore you got through Thev will send may pointodlj yet kindly address him work of all tho other six like the Hristol orphange which Georgo I remember going up Mt Washington you a st3ile of goods different from that Come back and wash in the deep foun- Mill lor founded which you bought by sample Thev tain of a Saviour s 1110103 I do not give before the railroad was built to tho In Madrid recently Don Andres will give 3ou underweight There will 3011 a cup or a chalice or a pitcher Tip Top house and tho guide would a dean of thu ehuroh was ab- come around to our horses and stop us Gomes be in the package half a dozen less pairs with a limited suppby to effect 3our Hogged with all tlio ceremonials exac- Â¬ J point of suspenders than 3011 paid for They lutions 3on to the five oceans when we wore crossing a very steep tions of the ancient form After ex Â¬ Oh that the Atlantic and dangerous place and ho would will rob you Oh 3011 feel in 3our of Gods mercy pressing repentance for having been a Is 1113 money and Pacific surges of divine forgiveness tighten tho girth of the horse and pockets and sa3 gone They have robbed 3011 of might roll over 30111 soul As tho straighten the saddle And I have to freemason ho was taken in solemn pro-Â¬ something which dollars and cents can glorious son of Gods forgiveness rides tell 3ou that this road of lifo is so cession led by priests and friars to never give you compensation When on towards the inidheavens rcadj to steep and full of peril wo must at least tho ollleial residence of tho bishop one of these western merchants has submerge 3011 in warmth and light and ono day in seven stop and have tho wlier his upper garments wero taken been dragged b3 one of thef e commer- Â¬ love 1 bid 3011 good morning Morn Â¬ harness of life adjusted and our souls off As ho knelt tho bishop whipped cial agents through the slums of the ing of peace for all 30111 troubles re equipped Tho seven dii3s of the him with cords over the bare shoul- Â¬ whllo tho priests chanted cit3 he is not tit to go home The mere Morning of liberation for all your in- Â¬ week aro like seven business partners ders Miserere Mel Morning of resurrection and you must give to each ono his memory of what he has seen will bo carcerations Hitherto the English and American I moral pollution think 3ou had bet- Â¬ for your soul buried in sin Good share or tho business will be broken Â¬ morning Morning for tho resuscitated up God is so generous with us Hq Bible societies have enjoyed tho priv Â¬ ter let the cit3 missionary and the po lice attend to the exploration of New household that has been waiting for has given you six days to His ono ilege of circulating magazines and Morning for tho cradle Now here is a father who has seven traets and of maintaining traveling York and underground life You do your return But recently tlio not go to a smallpox hospital for the and tho crib alrcudy disgraced with apples and ho gives six to his groodj agents in Russia of a drunkards child boy proposing to keep ono for himself various establishments at Iviof and You do not go being that purpose of exploration are there because 3011 afraid Morning for the daughter that has Tho greedy 1103 grabs for the other on other large cities in the dominions of tho ezar have been closed lv tho police contagion of And 3011 trudged off to hard work because 3011 and loses all the six 3et g How fow men there aro who knoiv tho doors locked and sealed and tho into the presence of a moral did not take care of home Morning loptosy that is as much more danger- Â¬ for tho wife who at forty or fifty yoars how to keep tho Lords Day away from employes ojected Moreover stops aro ous to 3ou as the death of tho soul is has the wrinkled face and the stooped home A great many men who aro con now being taken to put a stop to tho I will shoulder and tho white hair Morn- Â¬ sistcnt on tho banks of the St Law Â¬ facilities which the societies have hith Â¬ worse than death of tho bod3 undertake to say that nine tenths of ing for one Morning for all Good rence or tho Alabama or tho Missis-Â¬ erto enjoyed in the exercise of thoir the men who have been ruined b3 sim morning In Gods name good morn- Â¬ sippi aro not consistent when they go labors and In the extension of the sphere of their operations pl3 going to observe without aii3 idea ing so far off as tho Kast river I repeat--thou- gh In our last dreadful war tho federals is putting it on a low ground of participating Tho fact is that it TliliiUliig of HotuutliliiK KUn underground city life is a flltliy fum and tho confederates wero encamped you can not finaucialky afford to break J ml go Petorby Is very absent ing reeking postiferous depth which on opposite sides of the Rappahannock tho Lords Day It is another W13 of minded An interesting family event blasts the eye that looks lit it In tho and one morning tho brass band of tho tearing up your government securities which had been Reign of terror in 17H2 in Paris peo- northern troops plajcd tho national and putting down tho price of goods time had occurred oxpeoted for some The judge was at ple escaping from tho ofiicors of the air and all the northern troops cheered and clowing up your store I Jiava his desk studying soinu abstruse law got into tho sewers of the cit3 nnd and cheered Then on tho opposlto friends who are all tho tlmo siloing off problem when tho door opened and crawled and walked through miles of side of tho Rappahannock the brass pieces of tho Sabbatli Thoy cut a lit- Â¬ awful labyrinth stifled with tho band of tho jon federates played My tle of tho Sabbath off that end and a servant announced that it was a boy that What is nis name and whnt does he and then all little of tho Sabbath off this end They atmosphere and almost dead some of Maryland and Dixie want Is no a messenger boy asked them when they camo out to tho River tho southorn troops cheered and do not keep the twenty four hours thu judgj absent mindedly Alex But after nwhilo ono band Tho Blblo su3b Seine where tho3 washed themselves cheered Remember tho SabÂ¬ Sweet in Texas Sittings again breathed the fresh air But struck up Homo Sweet Homo and bath duy to keep it I10I3 and With mi I rUh CoukIii J have to toll you that a great many of tho band on the opposite sldo took up A professor was lately lecturing at HusbMid Im afraid Kathrina isin the men who go on the work of ex- Â¬ tho strain and when tho tuno was ploration through tho underground done the confederates and federal all tho Harvard Annex to a class of three tho habit of tolling untruths Wife- What makes you think ho gutters of Now York lifo never en me together united as tho tears rolled In the courso of his talk ho ciiinu to un Husband Didnt sho tell you that out atSolno river Where thoy can wash down thoir cheeks in ono grand huzza exposition of his views as to womans the policeman who comes hero Is her off the pollution of tho moral sewage huzza Well my friends Heaven comes functions in tho body politic Worn Stranger if ono of the representatives very near to dny It is only a stream on 6tiid ho aro merely tho element cousin of a commercial establishment pro- Â¬ that divides us tho narrow stream of of bounty in life their business is to Wife Yes poses to take you uud show you the death and the voices there and the muke lifo grucoful and they cant do Husband yli ICathrlnasGoilnan sights of the town and underground voices hero scorn to commingle and we that you know unless thoy them Judge Now York say to him Please sir join trumpets and hosa ninths and hal- Â¬ bolves aro pretty and graceful If a Itttiuntfl what part do you propose to show lelujahs and tho chorus of tlio united girl is not pretty sho might just as Pupa What tiro Georges prpwpeots Home well vanish from tho face of tho earth song of earth and Heaven is me Mabel His uncle thinks li Homo of bright domes About 10 years ago as a minister of Sweet Home that is ho qiirtlifiod as ho gazed at posing to a rich widow Puck Is pro Â¬ religion I folt I had a divine commis- Â¬ tie circle on earth Homo of forgive- the threo sober spectacled faces lu sion to explore tho iniquities of our ness in tho great heart of God Home front of him cr unless shos tolera- Â¬ -- An Gimme Beggar Insinuation Homo bly pretty you know cities 1 did not ask counsel of my ses- Â¬ of eternal rest in Heaven a dime please Jont Heres a nickel sion or my presbytorj or of tho news- Â¬ Home Home can Hold your tongue Tomraie said thats the best I yon do Bat suppose you are standing on a papers but asking the companionship of Woll seeln its Ill fence k5f o You chatter chat three promjnent police officials and two crag of the mountain and on tho edge Toinrnios father for cash Detroit Free Prom Talat of tho elders o my church I unrolled of a precipice and all unguarded and tor chatter all tho tffcie Albert is from the 8axott meani my commission and it said Son of man somo ono either in joke or hato shall my tongue papa Hah Tommie Harp All Bright thirty two JcUum w3L dig into the wall land when I had dig- - run up behind you and push you of My teeth whats chattering iS tu injuifa Luva VlA VA tlitay MIIIwII ged into the wall behold adoor and hj It - easy enough to uh you aft Bt Baza J Â¬ - said go in nnd see tho wicked abomlna- - who would do so dastardly a d41 Mens Christian Association room Goodi You will find there gymnastics tlons that tiro dono here aad I rvont in Why that is dune every hour of every to strengthen tho muscles and and saw and behold l Brought up ill day and evory hour of every night SCHOOL AND oHimcm m en m 1 n W i 4 I I i j J Â¬ I J Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ li Â¬ W Â¬ Â¬ I w - v Bji f f 1 -- i L- t v1 V ill t A w 4 V y vS A V m i4 i - m if lywhd Tftitr iUAiftiilltu fr t V v- - tlWr- j i 4XS2 t m V i AMOUMTAIMMKK Awnkmilftrf NHMimly OmI t JHIn Sleep mU Hwi lrit Ont C n Our Window On tf K U train which left Loxlng fv about 2 oclock lust Thursday after noM a typical mountaineer 85 years of Henry Jennings boarded the f named the other passengers and tak with train irg his seat next to a window In tho front coach viewed the scenery as tho train passed out of the city Not long after getting out of Lexing Â¬ ton the mountaineers head began to nod and a short time later ho wna sleeping sweetly every now and then attracting the attention of tho passenger Bitting next to him by an unusually resonant Um b f K snore As tho trttin approached Winchester and was going nt tho rato of thirty miles an hour tho mountaineer invoke with n sharp snort nnd glancing wildly around for n moment bolted bend first through tho car window His actions were so sudden and unex pected that his fellow passenger bnrely hnd timo to catch at his clothes as ho was going through tho window but too lato to securo n firm enough grasp to hold him After Jennings jumped out tho passenger who had tried to hold him was so nstoniahctl that tho train bad gone two or three miles beforo he told tho conductor of tho incident Immediately on being told that the man had jumped out of the window the conductor started back to find him After coina back about two miles the mountaineer was seen in tho distance limping towards the train by thoso who had gathered on tho rear platform to look out for him On being taken aboard it was found that ono of his ankles had swollen to twico its natural size and the bones seemed to bo broken Jennings in tho truo mountaineer style offered no particular explanation of his actions nnd many surmises wcro mndo by the other passongorsof tho reasons for his jumping out of tho window on hisawakeningfroin his nap Some thought he had probably awakened suddenly and was terrified at his unusual surroundings while others built up a romance nbout his being a moonshiner who thought he was with a United States marshal on tho way to court and had jumped to make his es cape Ho had n ticket to tho K U junction at tho 0 0 crossing nnd said his des tination was Jackson Ky Lexington Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ One Thing They Cant Huh tin horn Rang who Some of the over on tho West Virginia point were patronizing the cock fight Sunday when Frank Loar was killed played n littlo gamo of blutt Sunday ovening at an Best thing on the market for the money employ of this office Tho Bamo parties have run blufls on CUSTOM HOUSE SQUARE hnvo other occasions when thoy did not a chance to steal a hand wcro called and lost their money Now for tho benefit of tho tin horns 12 W nnd all others who may bo agricved at articles that appear in theso columns wo gMTKogular Motile 25 cents Meals to ordor will say that tho editor whoso nnmo 10 a m to 8 p m Suppor from 5 to 9 p m appears at the head of tho editorial col- Â¬ umns is responsible for what is said in tho Democrat nnd thoso who tnko exception thereto should call on him for redress or satisfaction and tho chances aro that thoy would got moro of tho lat Â¬ ter than they desired Went 4 A WrmfatilmmB ItotinttafB order beforo tho 91tt out supply runs Sond in your PKED f3TS wk J HEINTZ Manufacturing Jeler LEXINGTON kentuoky hiii SHORT STREET LEXINCTON KY nt all hours KITCHEKT Breakfast from 5 to 9 a m Dinner from l Oysters Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken a Specialty- COTS XimAMW9 Fxopilcsr BJW - I AI1U bill alUalin llltljr uu 4IU1U IW ll- - duct cock fighting on Sunday in a neigh- Â¬ boring state and rob a drunken mnn 9 UI ftitt At M M aV mW MHl W N ftW X WW IP Mr1 Mr lr If- MVIr MfUl Trl rA under prctonwj of winning his money nt X games of clianco but there is ono thing thoy cant run and that is tho Democrat wo-ww-office and should any of them try it the editor will apply his number nine so vigorously to tho nether part of their anatomy that they will wish they hadnt Office hours from 7 a m to G p m Opera House Block and the latch strings arc always hung out for tho convenience of callers Cat- LEXINGTON KY lettsburg Democrat Persons who sympathize with the afllicted will rejoice with D E Carr of Ho 1235 Harrison Street Kansas City A new and carefully select Â¬ is an old sufferer from inflammatory rheu matism but has not heretofore been ed Stock of the troubled in this climate Last winter ho went up in Wisconsin and in conseIt quence has had another attack came upon mo again very acute and My joints swelled and severe ho said inflamed soro to touch or almost became to look at Upon tho urgent request of and at prices that defy compe I tried Chamberlains my mother-in-laPain Halm to reduce the swelling and tition flSTComc and see us flnmnn w awi 18 9 20 and 22 N UPPER STREET LEXINGTON KY i mMmmmmmi Foreign STORE Domestic Dry and DRESS MAKING GoodST mMWILLINERY Grand Opening of Spring Dress Goods Every Day UR CUSTOMERS recognize tho fact that wo are giving the best value and showing tho largest assortment or New and Seasonable Dross Goods Silks Novolties Vel vets and Millinery of any house in Kentucky SilkB from China India and Japan such stylos wero never shown such beauties wero never seen prices were nover so low aee tho groat variety and novelty in our French Silks Satin Duchess Moiro Antique Brocades Stripes Peau de Soie Zanzibars and Cha- Â¬ meleon olYocts Have ovory weavo known to tho most famous makers in Europe Our Gronadinos aro a specialty and our patterns can be found no where olso H Â¬ O Â¬ fLATEST STYLES latest our stock tho largest and most varied our styles unequaled Novelties in China and Japanese Draperies Our Spring Woolens aro beautiful and our importations are tho w enso tho pain and to my ngrecablo sur- Â¬ Press Must Hnvo Monoy v 1 All persons who arc indebted to mo oitherfor medical attention or other pur- Â¬ poses aro requested to como forward and sottlo nt onco as I must havo money or its equivalent within 30 days Please give this your earliest attention nnd snvo further expense llcspcctf ully John May 1 A Taulheb M D 1894 Timber Man Happy A spocial from Catlottsburg dated May 20 says Merchants as well as timber men aro rojoicing that there nro prospects of a good logging tido in tho Big Sandy Reports show that there will bo fully ten feet of water at Piko vlllo Many of tho timber men having all their monoy in their creeks as thoy term it have been waiting anxiously for water to flont their timber to mnrkot Thero will in all probability bo ono of the largest runs of timber over mndo down the river on wator Tho Yollow Poplar Lumber company has 80000 logs ready to run Should they got out this timber as ia expected by river men their three mills will Btnrt up at onco giving employment to hundreds of idlo men Timber men will inako no efforts to raft looeo timber but will turn every Â¬ I fiavo used three prise it did both fifty cent bottles nnd believe it to bo tho finest thing for rheumatism puins nnd For sale by John M swellings extant Pose Conlhloncu Man In Lexington A confidence man mndo his nppearanco iu Lexington a few days since and at Co tempted to dupe tho firm of JJain He was a middle aged mnn with blonde mustache and desired to buy three farms Ho was driven out to tho farm of John W Oess cloven miles from Lexington nnd he immediately closed the bargain King to pay 18000 for tho place hnd the deed to tho farm examined in ndvance and when he returned to tho city it was after banking hours nnd ho offerd to allow Pain fc Co to cash a check for 100 Failing to get tho monoy on his check ho asked tho loan of 5 nnd this being refused ho proceeded to his hotel saying that ho would return at 10 oclock tho noxt morning Ho has not been seen since Ho told tho land- Â¬ lord at his hotel that ho was going to Winchester to purchase property Ho also hnd an appointment with tho attor Â¬ ney employed to oxamino tho title of tho property which was not kept ltli Virus Cnn lo lroraiitail Wells a representative of tho Cincinnati Tin and Japan Firo Extin- Â¬ guisher Co gave an exhibition of their oxtinguishor on Monday ovening A Mr Embroideries Laces and White Goods Underwear Corsets and Hosiery India Linon Dimity Mulls Piquo French and English Nain- Â¬ Respectfully sooks Embroidored Swiss Mrs MAGGIE HOWARD Artistic pnttorns in wash materials Duck Suitings Galatea Cloths Figured Corded Muslin Zephyr Ginghams Real French Organdies pOMBS HOUSE our own designs Such a rarely boautiful solection of theso lovoly CAMPION KY goods woro never shown by one house before Childrens Gingham and Muslin Drosses splendidly made G months to 8 years J U IIOLLON PnoritiETOR Roady mado Eton Suita in black tan and blue Shirt Waists The pntromigc of the traveling public is respectfully solicited Tnble the best and Block Dress Goods tho best value tho best wearing tho most satisfac- Â¬ every attention to the comfort of guests tory are tho Lupin weaves Wo havo Ono Hundred varieties to seloct from Storm Serges aro always ready Imperial Cords Jacquards A LLEN HOUSE Molroso Henriettas Crepons and Granito Cloths Spring Capes cloth and lace Spring Jackets now styles light in woight low in LEE CITY KY Â¬ KM The nbove house is now open to the public and the patronage solicited Table the best the country affords aud charges rea sonable Good stable and care of horses C B ALLEN Give me a call prico Â¬ Tho largest stock of Jouvin Genuine Kid Glovos in all lengths all colors the finest made -- 313m Proprietor ST - JAMES HOTEL Fourth Street near Main CINCINNATI O -- MILLINERY DEPARTMENT The largest stock of Millinory Goods in Lexington Specialties in Bonnets Hats Childrens Caps Flowers Veiling Ribbons See our display of now things from Paris London and New York -- OKO WKIIKKS SONS Mnnngera tffr counties solicited OThe imtrouagc of Wolfe aud Morgan VDKESS MAKING DEPARTMENT w5 I WANT ALL Miss Orr has charge The latest stylos are given you a perfect fit is assurod Wedding and street costumes made on short notice i n v K pilo of pino boxes nnd bonrds was con- Â¬ structed near tho court house squnre and thoroughly saturated with coal oil P S Tunes are hard nnd I havent pressWhon it was ed you but Id like to have n littlo money and a match applied now todny if possible thoroughly on firo and tho blazo roaring Mr Wells turned on a smnll stream of tho fluid from tho oxtinguishor nnd tho blazo was smothered in nu instnnt It certainly is n valuable oxtinguishor nnd thing looso many big fires could bo prevented by its For Sale A fine hearse and harness use Hillsboro O Qazotto in first class condition suitnblo for this Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky country Very cheap and on easy terms Agent for Wolfo nnd Morgan counties if sold at onco Inquire at tho Herald 8t4 office MajfoninB Wheels or JuhMco Tho May torm of tho Magoffin circuit A Mean Revenge Twenty years ago iu Western Ken- Â¬ court was a very busy ono Over 700 tucky youug man named Fcrroll fell in cases wero on tho docket and many woro love with a pretty blue eyed girl and disposed of Tho grand jury returned they engaged to marry The day was 105 indictments Five of them against set but when it arrived tho pretty girl Lock Cale Peter Williams Georgo How Â¬ without notice jilted her affianced and ard B Montgomery aud Lettlo Gullott married a man named Loekbart After Â¬ woro for murder Tho first four wero ward they moved to Alabama where bound over in the sum of of 1500 each m m Lockhartdied A few woeks agoForroll Lottie Gullett accused of killing her etopson was tried and who had never married met his now a widow in Autauga county resulted in a compromise veidict of the LESS HALF TH He renewed his protestations of affection jury of two yoars in tho penitentiary The noted Stovo Stone his son Sherman and the day for the marriage was set PRICE OF OTHER BRANDS again The bride prepared for it Last and James nonakor woro each sent up Stono Mowfor wm the day selected Ferrell for six months for confederating elder baa served a four years torm Moured th license and went to his room the in the Frankfort penitentiary IN CANS ONLY fo wake his bridal toilet He has never U look aiftoe and the woman Buy your writing paper at this offico fete stem A fervid It k concluded he wm two nuiree for only 15 cento It Is tho OK FINK JOIJ ritlNTINO GALL AT THIS OFFICK beet Youll like it playi Your good butter and will pny 12 cents a pound for it Eggs 8Jc And when you want to get tho suBEST GOODS for tbo LEAST MONEY you will find that I can accommodate you in every I bave a largo stock to seleo particular from and whether you buy or not I will be pleased to see j ou every time you come to town Wishing your continued good will nnd patronage I remain yours to please JOHN M ROSE Â¬ GWEmwim A WAWSOH KEEP PERFECTLY STILL WkK AND LISTEN TO US WK You must have Koods and wo must havo money We will guarantee a tmving of 15 to 25 per cent to you ou every pur Â¬ chase from us We sell everything In the Dry Goods and Notion line We sell Cnrpets Oil Cloths nnd Window ShadeB at CINCINNATI PRICES a UMAX Lexington nnd Mt Sterling prices not in it We make Gents Clothing to or der at less than ready made prices We give elegant guaranteed To our customers Well give you the biggest inducements you ever got to to trade with us Try it this year L THE 60LDE BOLE DBY GOODS 8I0BE W F HILTON Ul IT J KAiUXl Proprietor Ifyfyk Ky JAY-EYE-S- EE kWr SOLD PUREST Uj vmssm vm 1 oloven-year-ol- d AND BEST Mr J I Cask Hickory Grove Farm uI of JayEyoe llaclne iutcir trylnj every known remedy I removed a luruo UunvS 2 wu year feuding from a a ycur old Ally -with three applications of S THAN LfJ POUNDS20 BIX WVIV A llMHK QUINNS QSNTMENT Uwbeatpreiiaration I have ever nued or heard a uoi my recommend u 10 uii uorsemeu Whave hundreds of tuch ettlmonlalt ho erbue AikyoardrefKlAtforlt box p UBenil ua 35c aUtti pa or Uver for trial If EDDY CO Whitehall N Y wi 1 tin n F IIU UVT II fill A 111 K T T s 0Hly all the good things It will contain this year puMihtd lyealaniU U acknowledged to be theWtlbeia1 In entucky- Subscribe - mmmmmmmmim now and aceur A 4 V fAjiSit - iSStesSiv MjiMtk tf 7 C f vk- - ujprr dinr IL1 -- til L mu J i run v - ik j tf ixA