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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 1 tf 4 KXaiZXa j yr k s 11 w n iv - tiilMritlTIrl ttv vfi-viw- wt - r -- f v - 7V a Wifl VtK- v iv i 3 r n i H V i Hazel vJH Established March SPENCER COOPER Owner and Editor or n JtLi JJjiN ICY 18S5 and Mndo Famous in tho Colobrnted Story of Jonathan and His Continent Nly World Herald by Max Olloll rKa W v i With Now From All Nation latrnVrlng nt III llntlc 100 A YEAR Always In Advanoa rri TENTH YEAU HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY Two THURSDAY MAY 31 1894 NUMBER 10 KHOT IN TIIK CHIN 1 Q K to ty In Which Ono Receive n When you come to Lexington drop in and see WednesdayHllght Wound Itichard T us and we will show you the biggest stock of Hunt and Darevening as two popular L Smith WVOi a w of tho Grassy Lick precinct this farmers prominent former bciug Hats and Furnishings for Men and Boys county tho for Democratic a nomination candidato Wholesale and Retail you ever saw for sheriff were on their way homo from you come write to us and tell us this city they engaged in a heated politwhat you want ical discussion which ono word bringing on another finally ended in a difficulty 5 in which Mr Hunt received a slight wound in the chin Tho unfortunate You will make more than your expenses though if occurrence happening near tho homo of you come in person and make your selections Mr Smith this gentleman assisted tho man he had wounded to his home and ONE at once hurried to this city for a physi- Â¬ M KAUFMAN fit CO cian Securing one they immediately 64 E Main Street LEXINGTON KY returned to Mr Smiths home whero tho doctor after examining the wounded man found that tho bullet had entered his chin and lodged in his neck Tho physician cut tho ball from the patients WHOLESALE ONLY neck and a littlo later Mr Hunt was 139 137 Ohio removed to his homo a few miles distant The wound is not n dangerous ono and Mr Hunt will be able to be out in a day Big Drives in or two Mr Smith came to town yester- Â¬ day morning surrendered to tho authorities and Iub examining trial was set for Saturday Wo do not give any detailed Send for our Price List account of this deplorablo occurrence hecauso tho facts are meagre and tho DDlfMTC participants regret more than words can am mri i wsw a i 111 ivM l-- mi m m Mini express that any trouble occurred be 2SP K 0 l tween them O The caso in a nutshell is that both leading houso for FANCY DRY GOODS FURNISHING perhaps in a moment of excitement GOODS and NOTIONS Alwarys have Big Drivos Special attention said and did things that otherwise they to Mail Orders would not have done and will ever regret They are both honorable and JJW1CI WITH MONKY intelligent men and we hope and beThe Hut of An Old Herb Doctor in Day Â¬ lieve that this experience unfortunate ton Ohio MT STERLING KY as it is will be a lesson to them to keep Dr J S Rosa nn eccentric character Capital 200000 Surplus 30000 of Dayton O is lying at deaths door cool and not get excited in discussions hereafter and that in the future as in J M BIGSTAFF President Vice President from old age and wearing out of machin- the past they will be good friends Q L KIRKPATRICK ery His exact age is not known but is Sentinel Democrat W W THOMSON Cashier supposed to be about 00 The doctor is Dour Fn titer Coino Home We respectfully Holicit the business of mer- tall ind stoop shouldered and has an men immense white beard and shaggy eye Father dear father come home with chants farmers traders and business generally throughout Eastern Kentucky A brows Whether indoors or out ho in- Â¬ me now for ma has some carpet to beat general banking business done Give us a shes got all the furniture out in tho chance to send you a bank book pay your variably wore an old fashioned checks and loan you money when in need road from tho front clear down to tho coat and plug hat W W Thompson Cash He was an erb doctor and professed to street The stove must come down and years be put in the shed and the yard must nearly human ills City Haiionai Bank curehas lived all hermit life inFordingy be cleared of dry grass its timo to clean ho u a weather beaten shed on Jeflcrson street house and tho duece is to pay and the CLAY CITY KY front window needs a new glass Father near the heart of the city 50000 Inasmuch as ho had no friends or rela- dpar father come homo with me now Capital tives there to care for him and it was and bring me some bologna and cheese J F COX FLOYD DAY generally supposed that he had large its almost twelve oclock and theros Cashier President sums of money hid in his hut the police nothing to eat Im so hungry Im weak All tho dinner well have No Bank in Eastern Kentucky has better took charge of the place pending the in the knees vaults nor bettcrfacilities for keeping your will be scraps and such and well have account Managed entirely by home people doctors death and arrival of a sister you and who are always ready to from Massachusetts At least one dozen to cat standing up too for the table and who know accommodate you pocket books were stuck iu crevices and chairs are all out iu the yard oh 1 wish 4tar Money to loan on reasonable rates Father These contained in spring cleaning was through corners of the room Call on us dear father como homo with mo now the aggregate 518 There was found Clark nnuniy Naiinnai Bank also between tho leaves of books certifi- Â¬ for ma is as mad as a Turk she says cates of deposit calling for 3000 in youre a lazy old thing and that she proKY banks at that place About 100 promis- poses to put you to work Theres paint- Â¬ MAIN STREET WINCHESTER sory notes were also found aggregating ing to do and paper to hang and windows JOHN V BEAN President in amount 15000 to 20000 It is sup Â¬ and casings to scrub for its house clean Cashier posed that other sums of money are con ing timo and youvo got to como homo B F CUIITIS cealed about the house About ono car and revel in suds and cold grub Surplus 100000 Capital 200000 load of bottles containing unknown Shooting In Christian County liquids chemists appliances roots and Undivided Profits 35000 Saturday afternoon a fatal shooting herbs werealso stored in tho place affray took place near Pilot Hock a little Organized 1865 being the oldest bank in Do you need any agricultural imple- Â¬ place in Christian county nine miles tho county Collections made on all points and your buslnefcH solicited ments of any kind If so consult the from HopkinBville Noel Edwards who advertisement of Ed Mitchel Mt Ster was starting home on horseback shot and ling Ky and forthwith go to seo him instantly killed Samuel Martin a neigh- Â¬ Ho bor with whom he had somo hot words or write him about what you want has one of the handsomest stores in Mt and by whom ho was assaulted when ho WINCHESTER KY Sterling which is filled from cellar to drew his pistol and fired the fatal shot President attic with the choicest things in hard- John Martin a brother of tho man killed M H WITHERSPOON R D HUNTER Cashier ware cutlery housekeeping articles and James G Edwards tho father of builders hardware stoves ranges etc Noel Edwards by this time had drawn Paid up Capital 20000000 etc and besides this ho has a warehouse their weapons and began firing at each Surplus 6000000 full of the Mitchell wagon which is said other They continued until both pistols This Bank solicits the accounts of mer to have no equal for light draft and were emptied twelve shots in all being men chants farmers traders and business You can also find at this fired James G Edwards was seriously throughout Eastern ken tueky durability v limits snu oners iu houso a nice line of china glass ware wounded and Noel Edwards horso was the most liberal terms within theoctl8ly of etc and he will mako prices to suit the killed under him No arrests have been legitimate banking times Tonguo can hardly toll or pen made and it is understood others intend portray tho neatness of thisestablishment taking part in the affair and that tho VICTOR B0GSGRT since Mr Mitchell added a twenty five trouble is not yet ended foot addition giving more light and Street Fight In Mt Sterling A visit to his store will pay Yesterday evening just before going to more room you and when the opportunity offers wo press a street fight came up near this 17 E Short Street office Edgar Boyd received a slight want you to go and sco him stab in tho back and Charley Pierce Still A CniullUHtuT M O Lisle of Winches-Â¬ perhaps a fatal stab in the left breast Congressman and Jewelry ter who has been ill for a month past Pierce was taken to Dr Taulbees infir Diamonds Watohea mary and Boyd to Dr Cbas Duersons Reliable Goods Fair Dealing and has declined to quit tho raco to succeed for treatment Particulars not known notwithstanding ho is too ill to Bottom Prices All Goods and Work himself Montgomery County Times leave his bed to make a canvass Prominent Cltlronn Hnvo n Dllllcnl- - 3refcTffiirTSf3C3 Ikf LEXINGTON V itfS If cant KS5kWGS fc n i m mi S m i a n h- u a u w k ar Â¬ up Mens Suits from Boys Suits from 125 up PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE hjt rzrrrxT2r iFva- - --fWA viv i visr Ynfliicn vmRM mammimjtiM mmm S5GVVV3Ssy k a a m t - - i h2H3 M l4 i m mm mm mm mn h h zy mm mm T1H llliWll IBIIIiHII - 24 W Main Street BffilW s 1 MERCHANTSJ0BLOTHOUSE and Race Street Cincinnati i r ti -i u Ji llrfcr i HIT w- - fob m Mil M4MJPI9 - WNlicJBSa u cvi iSf ki icj e u -- S I COTHM SBOBi AVS J9V0 Â¬ m SL JaTho 165 167 Race Street CINCINNATI titlo WW IrWlfc Wffl-SSSJf- MOM 15 Y S A VIED S3 4 4 n in Â¬ if mm jmTm 41 3 siAsH 1 Â¬ Traders Deposit Bawk Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ shad-bellie- d eiau Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ A Valuable Fire lxtiiiKuUliet Mr 11 B Wells of the Cincinnati Tin and Japan company gave a practical illustration of the efficiency of tho Stem pel Fire Extinguisher on the public square in this place Tuesday afternoon A bonfire was built of light pine which was afterward thoroughly saturated with coal oil It was then jgnited and when tho blaze was towering twenty feet high and the heat so intcuso as to drivo tho tfCEUEEEE people back for fifty or sixty feet the extinguisher an insigniiicent looking affair was turned loose on it and in five Wo luivo an ologant assortment of seconds tho firo was under complete control and in ten seconds wasextinguished Tho Stem pie Extinguisher is after the manner of tho Babcock inasmuch as it IN acts chemically It has many features which are wide improvements over tho Babcock among which arc cheapness ease in handling and the effectiveness of At the price at its chemical charge which it is sold no csiaDiisiiiuent or AND public building can afford to bo without r cases out of 100 this little them In machine with its ten quarts of liquid would extinguish any firo and save tho property if it was where it could bo used UEETEEEEE Georgetown O News Democrat SiENOKR CooiEU Hazel Green Ky Whon in Loxington dont Agent for Wolfe and Morgan counties u in A Ross Jr Co y it LEXINGTON i I Vl Â¬ NOVELTIES kHA t 4 A J V KID GLOVES fail to givo us a call EEEEEEEE n p i H Wincnesier Mi Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ uuw Struct Cur Company CompromiHOH The Ashland and Catlcttsburg Electric Street Car company has compromised with tho Ohesapeako Railroad company The Street Car company will uso one of tho Chesapeake and Ohio railroad tracks from Pollards branch it being as far as tho strcot car lino is completed to East Catlettsburg Tho lino will be in opera tion in less than sixty days The Wnylnyern Wajlald Quincy Joseph and James Tutman waylaid and shot at Samttol Conovcrand his wife as thoy drove along tho road near Columbia ono day last week Conovor returned tho firo and fatallly wounded Joseph and Quincy Tutman and dangerously wounded James Tut- Â¬ man Conovors wifo is a sister of the Tutmans They did not live peaceably together and this developed a feud When you want a nice dress pattern fabric and the latest in fashion send your ordor to Samuels King Mt Sterling Ky Thoy handlo dry goods notions etc and can bo relied upon to furnish you with the latest and best in any line and at prices as low as the same class of goods can bo bought olBcwhoro Or if you go to that city do not fail to give them a call as your visit will bo both a surprise and pleasure to yourself fino in 1 Â¬ Masonville and Lonsdale Cotton 7ic yd Best Calicos 4c yd Lancaster Apron Ging- Â¬ hams 4ic per yd EEUEBEEE Wo aro Solo Agents for HI 3 tell fll V tlMl rM M 1 Fosters Kid Gloves t f m M Featherbone Corsets and fHapfacturii Jeweler Standard Patterns QBBBQBIM 1 LEXINGTON KY Â¬ Gaaranteed Trouble between tho striking minors and operators at Cripplo Crook Colorado continue to grow worse t ClisiW 1 Pn jmmmmrdi - it Lexington7 Vr u 4fi m r -- i - c - -- - - rirrr n JJI jWf 4 3ii2 At Deaths Door Ty Ainr i ii- iti vv - Cjf-- Hazel Green HAZEL GRISEN Herald KENTUCKY SttENOER COOPfiR Publisher nitfht he asked me to allow him to uconipuuy tne as fur us my resi Â¬ dence Of comic I did not wleh to of Â¬ fend or to make an enemy of him as my dismissal lay in his hands thus It was that I reluctantly consented to his walking with me whicMj he did for Omo USEDTIME AND HARVEST fcmUr thought of uprlntf In the iilr ltluot limn Juno tho flmllliiK houven Klow Tlin brtiith of hope and llfo la uvcrytvhcro And hnltnlly ihu joyous went winds blow A I And fair nt nlRht tho quivering moonbeams full Tii round a fioft trcmhllii veil of Hllver tnlit An IniUnn sumtnor hnro onolrcles nil At If tho spring and mi tu inn mot nnd ltlinod earth IIch rapt In huppy ilrcainn or Rprlng In vision tioWn tho ycitr unfolding fair Sho ho8 tho swcot young Uoworx tho robins Tho wing Tho Trhoat flclds ripening Id tho goldon nlr Not yot wo hoar tho horald bluoblrd call Nor bco tho bloodrootn waxen bosom pure Out though tho frosts may chill nnd snows may fall Wohnowthnt spring and hnrvost tlmo aro sure doubting worker In tho Holds of Godl Lay to thy hoart tho lcfwon old and Hweot Toll Is not wasted on tho roughest clod Tho mlraclo of growth wo still repeat Oh What though no signs of spring thlno cyo can read No blossom opening in tho wintry gale Whllo stands tho world oh sowor of the seed Springtime nnd harvest nevermore shall fall Samautha W Shoup in N V Independent i T si rfsxr ifFM JKi m w- - V ft iffll S1 ip rm Ml - Vv ieia rr OIHft V illl SMMtl v WLtvj r 1 iym riini y j iboi iw 1 tlio Author t TIB ton yours ago to night since tho occurronco of Unit uvviul v h I I- - wholo course of my cureer My parents had hpared no oxponso In pivhitf mo a first class musical educa- Â¬ tion and tho tutors had been very lav- Â¬ ish in their endeavors to develop mo into what I then was an instrumen- Â¬ talist of no mean skill or promise cli evont ch n n if c d tho J t that ho was us undcninbly clover as he was handsome yet in spite of his tuleut and attrac tions 1 fancy he was awaro of the fact thut he was no favorite with any one Â¬ sum mors It was soon apparent longed to settlo down in such an en Â¬ gagement as would permit of my resid ing at home At tho ago of eighteen I succeeded in securing a leadership in an orchestra in which 1 was the only lady member of a London theater Possibly some of my readers will say that this was not commo 11 faut for a girl of tender years Hut 1 was perfectly happy and would not for the wholo world have gone buck to the excitement of the eon cert stage 1 had been there some time when our conductor vueated his post to a for eigner of some live or six and thirty Â¬ For three years I toured around and about the provinces as a soloist but I boon began to tire of traveling and of tis r ia A t u3kmJb JfciA About him there was thut cold dis tance and peculiar reserve which at once checked all kindly feeling and friendly advances Somehow instinct seemed to toll me that it was 1 whom ho disliked and avclded most He was wont to become unpleasantly ab rupt to me and often very rude in com Â¬ ing and going without even passing the compllmonts of the day 1 would sometimes sit and muse upon his behavior for it seemed so strange that I should meet with nothing but slights and rebuffs I was always at- Â¬ tentive to business and ever trying to the utmost to please and make friends instead of enemies When Otto Zoteh had been with us about six months I noticed a great change In his manner towardb me 1 did not like tho looks which ho fre quently cast in my direction and I felt a peculiar sense of fear and mistrust whenever 1 met the gleam of his dark fiery eyes which were so powerfully mesmeric in their lulluencc Heingagirlof quick perceptions it avus not lonfj ore I discovered his secret Otto Zoteh loved mo Yes In spite of his former indifference it was now quite evident that he had conceived a passion for the little violinist whose talent had been the means of bringing us together As I gazed back upon those years I feel thlit I can speak unreservedly of my protty face and recognized ccom plishments for now that my features alasl huvo lost their charm and beauty any vanity for tho past would avail me nothing Night after night Otto would follow me home and persisted In dogging my footsteps wherever I went To mako mutters worse his passion was no longer unknown amongst tho Members of the orchestra whose talk NHljoke it was y heart had long since been Ah yivR to another man his attentions wre repHjcuant to me and I avoided Wiw iu oHequence A a fllnjr of coming troublwgrcw mm mm I began to loathe him and I u meaiar wWlagly have MHPHTaiwU offereu itssix Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ iit x r Jm 9t world My lover had been ordered away for The real cause of that flro was never the benefit of hi health but he was known Hut it is my opinion that In expected to resume his post as stage my hurry to overturn the lamp It must malinger in the course of u fortnight havo ignited with something lnllam Tho night before J red was to return mable I cannot bring mysolf to think to the theater Otto Zetch came to my ashes was so utterly heartless as Should risk ft and jump from the that Zetch room and asked me to bo his wife I to enrry into operation his cruel un- Â¬ Â¬ think my refusnl almost maddened window or should I face the suffocat manly threat Yet this Is the belief ing conflagration and endeavor if pos of most people t ehing me roughly in his arms he sible to retrace my steps Sometimes as my thoughts wander I could not think 1113 bruin was vowed that nothing should prevent me back to that night I cannot but feel burning and aching with excitement grateful for the miraculous deliver being his 1 struggled from him and rushed uneo from the hands of him iroin syZr ft pantingly to the door but alasl ho whom I should have met with llttlo Twcnty flvo years ago I Lad n MU013 fever barred the way Now that it was too It seems however as though snd later It turned into typhoid fever and for merely late I became awaro of my terrible the conflagration which at first so ter- Â¬ flvo weeks 1 lay llko one dead but rt Itxn I peril rified inc had proved in the end to bo pulled through and got up around I sooa disnbovo With a mocking smile he laid his tho work of a kind nnd watchful Provi- covered on my left leg justbig as a the kueo a three cent Btnall brown spot about as hand upon my arm dence piece I did not pay auy attention to it until My darling me he said drawing That page of lifes histor3 has entire two years after when it commencod to spread passionately to his breast my darling 13 changed 1113 career for after the and have tho uppeiirnnco of a ring worm It which shall it be life or deatli with events which I have just recorded a Itched and burned and I commenced doctoring us Siveur that you will be my wife peeulur dislike for performing in pub or this very hour we die together lic grew upon me and I have long There is no help for vou now we are since abandoned all idea of doing so alone in this building and you aro at Someti mes 1113 husband genti3 remon- Â¬ but to no avail Last February I tried an herb my mercy the limit of which depends broko out strates with me for this and si3s it is tor tho blood and itmy body In the worstyform my hus over upon your answer If you will be a pity that a clever musician should of a rash all a bottle of Hoods Finally Sarsaparllla and band bought mine I will spare no pains in endeavor Â¬ withhold her talent from the world I had not taken more than half of it before I beÂ¬ ing to make you happy Oh my dar Â¬ but 1 laughingly tell him that my gan to feel better I havo had four bottles ling without you existence would blemished features would be a pre- Â¬ Now I Am All Well hold no charm for me No other mun ventive to m3 securing an engage Â¬ I can now sleep nnd eat well and irork all ths -shull ever call you wife shall ever rob y 3iiiirJV ment an argument to which he Mas Piiebe L Hall Galva Kansas tlmo mo of that affection for which my gives wi3 and conforms to my KAMI OltAHPKI TliK t heart pleads and pleads in vain Now superior judgment Hoods Pills act easily yet promptly and Stella St Clair my life my soul my and seemed to be losing its sense of un- Â¬ would indeed be untrue to say efficiently on the liver and bowels 25c It iall which shall it be The workmen derstanding that I mourn the alteration in 1113 life will bo here ut live oclock as have With one bitter scream 1 fell to the for as the wife of the man whom I much to do before the dawn of that lloor where i lay in a state of semi love I am happier now than 1 could Fresh Air and Exercise hour you must decide at once Come helplessness ever have been otherwise and the sweet Jn my delirium I thought I felt a and peaceful solitude of our little home bwootheart tell me Get all thats As I felt his hot breath fan my burn Â¬ hand grasp my waist and above the is dearer to me than all the deafening ing cheek I shuddered roar of splitting rafters I fancied that applauses to which I was once accus Â¬ possible of Choking back my tears I spoke with heard a well known voice cry tomed both if in all tho hauteur that I could muster Stella found thank heaven In our quiet chats about the days of need of flesh yr erf No even were I free to do so I would Then I fainted our earl3 courtship Fred and I often never become the wife of one who had Yes It was no weak wandering of refer to the startling events of that taken such an iniquitous advantage of rpfo-and nerve the mind Ood had heard my prayer night when I was Saved by Fire a womans helplessness for mercy and at a moment when I force Theres needtoo of plenty 1 told him this adding SQUELCHED A SEALER least expected rescue He had saved me I had rather face u thousand deaths food from a fate terrible beyond conception IIkIhIhx lloti Kviiiih Method of Dealing of fat were it possible than bo jour wife with Hi Hunt Lawbreaker Three weeks had passed since the de- Â¬ Producing a revolver he leveled it at The It D ISvans who was an struction of the theater my head During this time I had lain on a bed nounced as having charge of the Violet Stella relleet he cried in the angry My life when that little warship took the of Cod Liver Oil builds up flesh of sickness and insensibility voice of a maniac hud been well nigh despaired of nnd I president and secretary on their duck Ah my eyes fell before his i felt that strength quicker than any v hud had a very narrow escape of suc Â¬ shooting trip recently was Fighting and I was completely In the power of a god other preparation known to sci- Â¬ less scoundrel and I offered a prayer cumbing to a severe attack of brain Hob Evans one of the most popular men in the nuv3 He is described as ence for deliverance from the cruelty of this fever Hut thank heuTen I was at last out small clean shaven and wir3 One leg madman Scoffs Emulsion is constantly efof danger and well on the road to con- Â¬ is a bit shorter than the other but it Like a Hash of lightning a bright fecting Cure of Consuniptiont does not bother him at all in getting thought presented itsidf I would turn valescence J3ronchitis and kindred diseass He achieved some prominence As 1 reclined upon a couch I bade about over the lamp which stood on a table where other methods fail in the Mitchell Corbett meeting made Fred tell me the story of 1113 rescue close by Prepared by Scott 4 BownyY All dragfliU It was this a good record in Chili and afterward With one bound I hud grasped and On the night of the fire he went to championed Fred Mays cause in New hurled it to tho door One incident in Fighting Hob York the Ureal Heaven shall 1 ever forget the in theater to meet mo After waiting K Unlike the Dutch Process vain for some time lie concluded vans career however has not been agony of that moment when with but arhad misled me thut It was in liehr- No Alkalies little hope of escape I rushed to the rival lie my home he learned On his had published heretofore lug sea where Commander Evans was at that I oil door and run down a passage which led not yet come thus it was that in the making a vigorous effort to stop poach- to tho property room Other Chemicals In my terror and excitement 1 de Â¬ hope of ascertaining the cause of my ing on the part of Canadian sea lers jffb aro used In tlw wEm preparation of scended the wrong staircase the one absence he returned to our usual He was in command of the York to wn active which 1 should have taken terminated trysting place which was at one of the at the time when a particular W MAKER COS back entrances and elusive little Canadian sloop had MB li itlJV As he passed the office window he be- Â¬ given the big1 cruiser a long chase in Km t ia FrTl held from the opposite side the reflec the loggA weather and was finally As tho big Yorktown tion of flames and was about to call overhauled i v which is absolutely assistance when 1113 screams reached steamed up alongside of the sloop she m jiiiro and soluble u shot aeruss her bow and tho his ears sent Ik lthsinarnthnnthreetlmcs With as little delaj as possible he suippcr of the sloop was seen upon the the tlremjth of Cocoa niised with Starch Arrowroot or procured a ladder and bravely saved me forward deck wrapped in the Cana Sucar ami ia far mora 020- at the risk of his own dear life dian Hug nnd gesticulating violuntty nomlcal coating less than one cent a cup Ah Fred how can I ever rcpa3 Commander Evans started to go aboard It ia delicious nourishing and EvaiLt t DIOESTEI I cried pressing the bunds the sloop and as he got within earshot 3ouV j Sold byOrurers ctcrjwlurc which lav locked li mine tho skipper could be heard denouncing Ity trying to get well as quick as the United States government and W BAKER CO Dorchester Frlaslt ou can he gentlj replied showerltur blackguarding every Yankee that ever kisses upon the lips which had never drew tho breath of life with robust en Positively you responded to the caresses of another thusiasm The commander of the man have the genuine Yorktown stepped aboard the sloop Come darling when will vou be 1113 approached tho owner and demanded De Long Patent Hook wife an explanation The little and Eye if you see on the What Kred would you reallj marry Canadian with the Cunudiun face and back of every card a woman whose face is forever disfig- Â¬ Hag still wrapped around him contin ured uud rendered ugty ued to hurl vituperative epithets at the the words How well I knew what his answer raited States Every effort of See that Hi 1IAKUKD TIIK WAY I would b Fighting Hob Evans to make hi think a negative would at the stage door where I should prob have broken 1113 heart voice heard above tho clamor of the Folding me in his urms he said abl3 have made a successful egress grotesque and declamatory sippcr My little Stella ly utter exhaustion was 1113 011I3 ex Â¬ To 1110 those scars was fruitless He howled back at the 1iOl MKK nlGAPK 1111 cuse for making uoh an error are a- - proofs of virtue and love When Â¬ Canadian until he was hoarse and Richardson In the distance I heard th sound of ever l gae at your dear face l feel that then suddenly picking up a huge blub JV Lone llroi Philadelphia was following you Miffered all for 113 sake for had ber fish lying on deck which was ol footsteps Otto Zetch me you not the option of leaving that the consistency and pastiness of a jelly 1 think the terrible Idea of oucoimain buildivg as you entered it a woman of fish swung It around sharply landing WANT TO HAKE encountering hhn must have invigor- Â¬ beauty and attractions Though the It plump upon the whiskered li f DO YOU me ated AX LEAST world may consider you somewhat dis tho defiant Canadian and Unocuud nun MBMaMMMMaBMkl It was the work of a moment to dash llgured shall ever think that those and his enthusiasm and Hag clean over daily V If sowith 6 hours work UJIJ T uond for partioulp along the corridor at the end of which narks hut tend to enhance tho fascina the bulwarks and into tho sea When 1 gladly I came to an cilice in which tions of thosu sweet cheeks whoso roses tho Canadian came to tho surface he MllLTUM IN PARV 1 claim took refuge was fished out by the sailors and land An artiolo which will mako any 1 And Zoteh what is become of him Locking the door behind me I ran to ed on deck He hud lost his Hug fountain pon Sample by mail 6 ci the window Alas there was no hope I timidh inquired swallowed a great deal of suit water THEO S MEYER 142 Nassau Street NEW Fred averted his faco and was silent and all of his defiance of tho United WNAMK Tina UMKitny tJnjMttu for escape I could not possibly jump After a pause I repeated 1113 question States had disappeared N Y Sun from such a height Taking my hand kindly In his he I stotxl considering what I should do Elys Cream Balm A Now Version Presently 1 detected a stilling odor of gazed searchlngly Into my eyes and An illustration of how children seize QUICKLY CURBS lire and a deafening crackle of burning said tho sound of words occurred when a Stella ure you strong enough sparks d girl was asked to tell COLD IN HEAD brave enough to learn the truth Oh what a dreadful night that was about her Sunday school lesson last Yea I gasped My only gratllleatlon was in tho knowl Â¬ Sho replied JPrlce CO Cejntnf It wus in the You will never again bo troubled Sabbath edge that I had mannged to avoid Psalms where It said something about tho villain whoso folly was tho cause of with his attentions for ho is dead There was 11 reverential compassion running his cup over and at tho end all that misery which I had experi- Â¬ said itWoilSUtllhl enced In those onrly morning hours in his voice as ho spoke of the mis- Â¬ alive Goodness gracious mercy sakes when 1 was shut out from tho world guided man who had tried so hard to sion of theThis Is eertalnly u new ver AAJi twenty third Psalm Omahn - Udsj jJiyikUn KlUrTf and locked up In a building which was vreek our happiness Tfeauadi rani StiA U U iUaw Hee I echoed Dead now a muss of angry flumes Then ho was Through the crovlees of the door I Would Like to Know First Old Huried among the ruins of the Maid sav the ghastly refleotlou of that dead Â¬ XXO OT TO UTTTT Well you know marriage is a V ly llapd which wrecks so many happy iiifi lotterj and I truly believe it Second KEFRIGERATORSas-sKM-rss Did 110 outi try to save him4 liu- - Ditto homes the destroyer of brave uud vul So do 11 Hut when do you supquired OKANDRAHDa rlKKKIUKUATUK uabl lives pose I could get a Ueket tSVtliir Truth Wttawa aurU UUk ome weeks How I longed for tho time to come when Kred Hamilton would again be I buck ut the theater for then thought he would protect me from this mans annoyances Only th one who hrvo been grasped froin out of the jaws of death will un Â¬ derstand the uViful feelings of being brought fiee til face ulth u cruel end and ruthlessly Hung ti a gruvo for which so many arc unprepared An a last resource I opened the win- Â¬ dow out of which I screamed for help Good heavens would no one eonio to save me Wai destined to die there was my life to besacrlllced and to meet the same fate as thuof the man who was a would be assassin Hark What was that The door was giving way the tinmen were rushing in upon me and scorching the walls which seemed to whirl round me Another moment and I should be an unrecognizable heap of 1 1 who had suffered as I had dune j Yes Fred responded somewhat reproachfully I thought yesl the fire- Blood Poisoned After men were a brave lot of fellows but all phoid Fever efforts to rescue him proved useless Hut falling their assistance did you think that I would see a mun die so A Marvelous uuro oy noous All Elso Fallod awful a death without exerting every endeavor to save him Dear Fred I know that you are tho best tho bravest man In the wholo Â¬ I could not help feeling a pity foron S 1 J Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HoodsCures Â¬ C 1 pla3--fiill- 1 - 1 1 strength 11 Â¬ Scotts Emulsion Â¬ Â¬ I fr L Â¬ 4Ui ft nmp reakfastGocoa Pi im jW Tp Â¬ ml l llftw nr Â¬ red-whisker- Â¬ hump -- fto 1 Â¬ Â¬ soven-year-ol- liUi Â¬ ttraiul4 Ajte HfcMi - fflrf i I MPiQP9L i n itM v pcumiiTyjitf f -- - a ywtuyjyy w fA T -- X T f SCSS r r ttilttfe fi v 1 F i 9 i managing all these affairs with a com Â¬ Will take this child And then vheR represented her tkU me rning whet posure an adroitness an Ingenuity the officer of th law la mercy and pity religion 1ms been a great comfort Dr Talmage Urges Them to Do Right and a faithfulness which they never took the child to carry it away to And There ai e in yourhomee the picture could have readied but for tho grace of a home for it tho mother kissed It lov- Â¬ of your departed and things that have to Their Children our practical Christianity The ex Â¬ ingly good by and said Good by my no wonderful value of themselves but asperations which wenr out others darling It is better you should never you keep thom preciously and carof ally Be Hlth Tliriu or Tliom For Tlioin and have been to you special development see mo again because hands now still once touched Help Tlirm Childhood UToo Drlef and sanctlilcation KmploymonVj However worldly and sinful poople thom A father has gono out of thia to ICcRnrit It Lightly which seem to relate only to an hour arc they want their children good household a mother has gono out of have on them all the grandeur of How nro you going to havo them good this a daughter just after kef gradua Â¬ i TkCV Tlr 1in Tnltnnr - nil I -Buy thqm a fow good books Teach tion day a son just ns he was entering jyitiu niuait jur 41 SUV eternal history T jeet of his sermon Sundtiv You need tho religion of Christ in tho them a few excellent Homo Re catechisms on tho duties of life liglon talcing his text from Luke viil discipline of your children The rod Hring them to church That is all And to other homes trouble will J Kelurn to thine own house and which in other homes may be the first very well but of little final result un come 1 say It not that you may be show how great things God hntli done means used in yours will bo tho last less you do it with the grace of God in foreboding not that you may do the unto thee You 3our heart There will be no harsh epithets Do you not realize that unwise thing of taking trouble by the After a fierce and shipwrecking knave you villain you scoundrel Ill your children are started for etornity but that you may be ready night Christ and His disciples nro thrash the life out of you you are tho Are they on tho right road Thoso lit Â¬ forelock go ono by one Thoro will be Wo must climbing up the slaty shelving of the worst child I ever knew All that tle forms nre now so bright and beau- Â¬ partings in all our households Wo beach How pleasant it is to stand on kind of chastisement makes thieves tiful when thov havo scattered in tho must say farewell Wo must die And solid ground after having been tossed pickpockets murderers and the out Â¬ dust there will bo an immorlal spirit yet thero are triumphant strains that so long on the billows While the dis- Â¬ laws of society That parent who in living on in a mighty theater of action drown these tremulous accent thoro ciples are congratulating each other on auger strikes his child across the head j and your faithfulness or 3our neglect aro anthems that overwhelm the dirgo their marine escape out from a dark deserves the penitentiary And yet now is deciding that dostiii3 Heaven is full of tho shout of delivered 1eep cavern On the Gadarcno hills this worlc of discipline must be attend Â¬ lliere is contention already among captives and to tho groat wide field of there is something swiftly and ter- Â¬ ed to Gods grace can direct us Alas ministering spirits of salvation and human sorrow there now tiio ribly advancing Is It an apparition for those who come to the work with fallen angels as to who shall have the reaper angels witli keenconio sickles to har Is it a man Is it a wild boast fierce passion and recklessness of con mastery of that immortal spirit Your vest the shcavos of Heaven Is it a maniac who has broken away sequences Hetwecn severity and lax- - children are soon going out in tho Saints will to tho end endure from his keepers perhaps a few rags ativencss there is no choice Safely will tho Shepherd ltccp Both world The temptations of llfo will on his porson and fragments of stout ruinous and both destructive Thoso lie purchased for Ills sheep But rush upon them The most rigid reso-Â¬ shackles which he has wrenched oil in there is a healthful medium uhieh lution will bend in the blast of evil Go homo tiiis day and ask the bless Â¬ terrlilo paroxysm With wild yell the grace of God will show to us What will bo the result It will re- ing on 3our noonday meal To night with bleeding wounds of his own lacer- Â¬ Then we need the religion of Christ quire all the restraints of tho Gospel set up the family altar Do not wait ation he Hies down the hill to help us in setting a good example all the strength of a fathers pra3ernll until you become a Christian yoursolf Hack to the boats ye fishermen and Cow per said of the oak Time was the inllucuco of a Christian mothers This day ttnito Christ to your house- Â¬ put out to sea and escape assassination when settled on the leaf a fly could example to keep them hold for the Hible distinct says that But hrist stands his ground so do the shako thee to the root Time lias been You say It is too earl3 to bring them God will pour out His iury upon tho disciples and as this itying fury with when tempest could not Do families that call not upon His name In other Too early to bring them to God gnashing teeth and uplifted fists words your children are very impressi Â¬ 3ou know how enrly children wore Opon the Bible and read a chapter dashes at Christ Christ says Hands ble just now They are alort they taken to the ancient Iassover The that will mako 3011 strong Kneel off Down at my feet thou poor suf Â¬ are gathering impressions 3011 have no rule was just as soon as thoy could down and offer the ilrst pra3er in your ferer and the demoniac drops harm idea of Have 3011 not been surprised tako hold of the fathers hand and household It may bo a broken peti- Â¬ loss exhausted worshipful Away sometimes months or 3ears after some walk up Mt lNIoriah thoy should bo tion it may be only God bo merciful ye devils commanded Christ and the conversation which 3011 supposed was taken to the Iassover Your children to me a sinner but God will stop and 2100 iiends which had been torment Â¬ too profound or intricate for them to are not too young to come to God spirits will listen and angels will ing the poor man are transferred to the understand some question of the child While 3ou sit here and think of them chant Behold he prays Do not retire from this house this 2000 swine wlUch go to sea with their demonstrated tiiefact that he knew all perhaps their forms now so bright and accursed cargo beautiful vanish from 3011 and their morning until you havo resolved upon about it The restored demoniac sits down at Your children nre apt to think what disembodied spirit rises and 3011 see it this matter You will bo gono I will Christs feet and wants to stay there 3ou do is right They have no ideal of after the life of virtue or crime is past bo gone many years will pass and per Do not truth or righteousness but yoursulf Christ says to him practically aud the judgment is gouo and eternity haps 3our younger children may forget almost everything about you but forty Mop you have a mission to execute Tilings which 3011 do knowing at the is here A Christian ministor said that in tho 3cars from now in some Sabbath twi Â¬ wash off the filth and the wounds in time to be wrong tho3 take to be the sea smooth your disheveled locks right Tlie3 reason this way Father last year of his pastorage he tried to light your daughter will bo sitting put on decent apparel and go straight alwajs does right Father did this persuade a 3oung mechanic of tho im- Â¬ witli tho family Bible on her lap read Â¬ to your desolated- - home and tell your Therefore this is right That is good portance of family worship Some tlmo ing to her children when she will stop ivifo and children that you will no logic but bad premises No one ever passed and the mechanic came to tho nnd peculiar solemnity will corao to mote affright them and no more do gets over having a bad example set pastors study and said Do 3ou re- Â¬ her face and a tear will start and the That was my own children will say Mother what malcca them harm that 3011 are restored to him Your conduct more than your member that girl Nothing reason and that I the Tmnipotent Son teaching Your child she died this morning very sud- Â¬ you cry and she will say makes impression of God am entitled hereafter to the laugh your frown 3our dress 3our denly she has gone to God I have no only 1 was thinking that this is tho worship of your entire household walk 3our greetings your good bys doubt but if so she has told him what very Bible out of which my father and Bcturu to thy own house and show 3our comings 3our goings 3our habits I tell you now that child never heard mother used to read at morning and how great tilings God hath done unto at the table the tones of 3our voice a prayer in her fathers house never evening prayer All other things about you they may are making an impression which will heard a pra3er from her fathers lips thee Yes the house tho home is the first last a million years after 3011 are dead Oh if I only had her back again one forgot but train them up for God and place where our religious gratitude and the sun will be extinguished aud day to do 1113 duty It will be a tre- Â¬ Heaven thoy will not forgot that When a queen died her thrco sons In the out Â¬ the mountains will crumble and the mendous tiling at the last day if some ought to be demonstrated I never heard my brought an offering to the grave Ono side world wo may seem to have relig- Â¬ world will die and eternity will roll ono shall say of us ion when we have it not but the homo on in perpetual C3eles but there will father pray I never heard ni3 mother son brought gold another brought sil- Â¬ ver but tho third son eamo nnd stood tests whether our religion is genuine or be no diminution of the force of 3our pray Again I remark we want religion in over the gravo and opened ono of his conduct upon the 3oung ees that saw sham What makes a happy homo all our home sorrows There are ten veins nnd let tho blood drop upon hia Well one would say a house with it or the 3oung oars that heard it Now I would not have b3 this the idea thousand questions that come up in the mothers tomb nnd all who scsw It said great wide hall and antlered deer heads and parlors with sculpture and given to 3011 that 3011 must be in cold best regulated household that must be it was the greatest demonstration c My friends what is Perhaps the father has one of affection and dining hall with easy reserve in the presence of 3our chil- Â¬ settled of light and engrav Â¬ dren You hre not emperor 3ou are favorite in the family the mother an- Â¬ tho grandest gift wo can bring chair and plenty ings of game on tho wall and sleeping companion with them As far ns you other favorite in the family and there to the sepulchres of n Christian apartments commodious and adorned can 3ou must walk with them skate are many questions that need delicate ancestry It is a life all consecrated to the God who made us and the Christ who No In such a place as that gigantic with tlicm 113 kite with them phi3 ball treatment Tyranny and arbitral docision have redeemed us I can not but believe tha wretchedness has sometimes dwelt with them show them 3011 are inter some of 3011 look back to your ested in all that interests them Spen no place in a household If the parents there aro hundreds of parents in thia while fathers house where they read their sippus the nephew and successor of love God there will be a spirit of self house who have resolved to do their Bible by the light of a tallow candle Plato in tho neadenry had pictures of sacrifice and a spirit of forgiveness whole duty and that at this moment There were no carpets on thu tloorsave J03 and gladness hung all around tho and kindness which throws its charm they are passing into a bettor life and You must not give your over the entire household Christ will having seen the grace of the Gospel in those made from tho rags which your schoolroom mother cut night by uight you helping children the impression that when they come into that household and will say this place tc da3 3011 aro now fully Husbands love your wives and bo ready to return to 3our own house wind them into a ball and then sent to come to 3ou the3 arc phi3ful ripples the weaver who brought them to shape striking against a rock You must not bitter against them wives see that nnd show what great things God has under his slow shuttle Not a luxury have them understand that 3011 wore a 3ou reverence 3our husbands chil- Â¬ done unto 3011 Though parents may in covenant bo Hut you can not boy once 3ourself that 3ou know a dren obo3 your parents in the Lord in all tho house And havo their hoavon In viow think of it this morning without tear- Â¬ bo3s hilarities a bo3s temptations a servants be obodientto your masters Thoy arc not happy till thoy seo ful and grateful emotion Von and I bo3s ambition yea that 3011 are a boy and the family will bo like a garden Their children happy too have found out that it is not rich tap Â¬ 3et You ma3 deceive them and try to on a miinuior morning the grass plot Ma3 tho Lord God of Abraham and estry or gorgeous architecture or rare give them the idea that 3011 arc some and the flowers nnd the vines and tho Isaac and Jacob the God of our fathers distant supernatural effulgence and arch of honcysuoklo standing in the art that makes a happy home bo our God aud tho God of our children Â¬ may shove them off by 3our rigor- Â¬ sunlight glittering with dew The six wise men of Greece gavo pre 3ou Hut then there will be sorrows that forever scriptions for a happy home Solon says ous behavior but tho time will come will come to the household Thoro are is a place where a mans when they will find out tho deception a happy home The Columbian bell that sounded its estate was got without injustice kept and they will have for 3011 utter con- Â¬ but few families that escape tho stroke prophetic noto at the beginuing of tho of financial misfortune Financial m s parliament of religions at Chicago dur- Â¬ without disquietude and spent without tempt Aristotle said that a boy should be Â¬ fortuno comes to a house whore thoro ing tho Columbian exposition is to bo repentance Chilo says that a happy home is tho place where a man rules as gin to stud3 at 27 3oars of age before is no religion They kick against the taken to Jerusalem to sound a note of Bias says that that his time should be given to recre- divine allotments thc3 curse God for praise at the close of the nineteenth a monarch a kingdom Hut the incoming calamity they withdraw century of tho Christian ern a happy home is a place where a man ation I can not adopt that theory Tho docs voluntarily what by law he is this suggests a truth in the right direc- Â¬ from the world because they can not unique proposition is mndo that tho Hut you ami tion Childhood is too brief and we hold as high a position in societ3 as boll shall bo taken to Jerusalem in compelled to do abroad light give abetter have not enough sympathy with its they once did and they fret and thc3 tho Holy Laud aud on Christmas ovo I under a grander We waut divine grace to scowl and thoy sorrow and U103 die 1800 prescription A happy home is a place sportfuluess connected by cablo and wire help us in the adjustment of all these During tho past fow years thero havo all parts of Christendom so with where the kindness of the Gospel of the that matters beou tens of thousands of men do the 1000th anniversary of the birth Iron of God lias full swing Hesides that how are your children stro3ed b3 their financial distresses W hile I spealc this morning there is of Jesus Christ shall bo celebrated Hut misfortune comes to the Chris- Â¬ all over tho world at the samo in Â¬ knocking at your front door if he be ever to becomo Christians if 3011 your 1 have no tian household If religion has full stant not already admitted One whose locks self are not a Christian of the night ticodthat however worldly and sinful swny in that home thoy stoop grnce ore wet witii the dews Tiikiu are sixteen states In which a who would tako your children into his parents ma3 be they want their chil- fully They say This is right The Ierhaps nione3 Wlis get Â¬ medical diploma of itself is no license and would throw upon your nur- Â¬ dren good When young people have father sa3s arms sery and your sleeping apartments presented themselves for admission into ting to be my idol Perhaps God is for practice and in which an extra andÂ¬ state examination is de and vour drawing room and your en Â¬ our membership I have said to them going to make me a bettor Christian b3 independent law boforo tho applicant Are your father and mother willing putting 1110 through tho furnaco of manded by a blessing that will nmlco tire hnur o while you live and be an in Â¬ 3ou shall come and thc3 have said tribulation Hesides that why should can be qualified Thcso states are Ala- Â¬ vou rich He who owneth tho bama Arkansas Florida Maryland heritance to your children after you Oh 3es they are delighted to have us I fret anyhow Now Jersey for their come the3 have not been in church for cattle on a thousand hills and out of Minnesota Mississippi have done the last days work d uiake for them tho last 10 or 15 3ears but they will be hero whose hand all tho fowls of Heaven New York North Carolina North Da-Â¬ support South Dakota I peek their food is my Father He kota Pennsylvania prayer It is tho illustrious One who next Sabbath to see me baptized parents however clotheth the lilies of the field Ho will Texas Utah Virginia Washington and Return to havo noticed that to tho man of my text taid clothe me If He takes care of tho portions of the Indian territory thine own house and show how great worldly want their children good So it was demonstrated in a police raven and the hawk aud the vulture dono unto tlice things God hath The good man quietly discharges Xou in tho first place we want ro cburt in Cnnada where a mother her most certninly Ho will tako care of me his duty and shuns ostentation the in her arms sat by a tablo His child little child iigion in our domestic duties vain man considers every deed lost that grace on which her own handcuffs la3 and Sorer troubles come sickness and is not publicly displayed Kvcry housekeeper needs great Tho ono is tho If Martha had more religion she wouldÂ¬ the little babo took up and handcuffs death Lovod ones sleep the last sleep intent upon realities tho other upon them had great A child is buried out of sight You say not have rushed with such a bad tem and pla3ed with not the sorrow of tho Alas for this bitter clay God has semblance tho ono alms to bo good scold Mary in tho presence of glee She know per to tho other to appear so Robert Hall Christ It is no small thing to keep hour And then when tho mother was doalt vory severely with me I can cried out never look up O God I can not bear order and secure oleanlinesss and sent to prison tho mother go Men Olil God lot not this babo into tho it Christ comes in nnd Ho says vices as often abstain from the grosser and achieve economy round breakages too oarse and common Â¬ Hushl O troubled soul it is well with thoir appetites while tho vices for und control all the affairs of the house- jail Is there not some mother here Expenses will who will tako this child It is good tho child 1 will strengthen theo in nil are frosted aud ornamented aro that hold advantageously served for llcavon It is pure I am run up store bills will comi in twice enough am wicked Is there not some thy troubles My grace is sufllcient up to them as delicacies H W When thou passeth through the waters Bcccher ns large as you think they ought to be bad I will wear out carpets will one who will tako this child I can not I will bo with Mice furniture More rhetoric in serious discourses Then When through tho deep raters I call thoe to go unravel and tho martyrs of tho firo havo it tainted with tho prison is like flowers in corn pleasing to comparison with the a brazen creaturo rushed up and said Tho rivora of Borrow hMl not overllovr are very few in For 1 will bo with that thy troubles to bless thoso who look only for amusement nmrtvrs of housekeeping Yet thoro ate Yes Ill tako tho child not No no you Is Mid sanctify to thee thy deepest distress but prejudicial to hlta who would reav of people In this church this said tho mother not you hundreds But there are hundreds of families profit from iU Swift rooming whe in theh homes are there not some good mother here who j TO PARENTS 1CHOOL AND OttUftOH Vh i I J Â¬ Â¬ bric-a-bra- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Out of MMt HitMt orr 4 ftfe mow members of Kpltasopal tcrisn or CongregHtlonttl ehttrehe Pierre van Hencdon whoee death occurred latoly tit Louviwn was a proÂ¬ fessor in tho Louvian university for a purlod of over fifty years The late J 0 Wlltnerdlng of dan Francisco loft 9100000 to found a school of industrial arts in connection with tho Ifnlvorslty of California Chicago has 020 churches of all de nominations Of thcso the Methodist have 105 churches and missions the Ilomnii Catholics 101 tho Congrega tlouallsts 84 tho Baptists 73 tho Lu therans 04 tho Presbyterians 60 the Episcopalians 44 At tho annual mooting of the trustees of tho Western Kosorvo uni Â¬ versity tit Cleveland 0 gifts to the amount of 800000 wcro received in- Â¬ cluding ono from Samuel Mather of 1257000 for tho equipment and oreo tlpn of a physical laboratory Franklin II G hidings A M who hs for six 3cars been professor of pa lit ml science at Bryn Mawr college has been elected professor of sociology and placed nt tho head of a newly created and largely endowed depart ment of sociolog in Columbia univer sity New York clt3 Mrs Mary Louise Traffran Whit who is pastor of tho Unitarian 1103 church in West Somorvllle Mass first undertook ministerial sorvico in ordor to relieve her husband Uov Herbert Whitney who found it dlfllcult to fill two Sunday engagements and induced her to take one of thom which she did with such success that she soon decided to accept a small charge of her own Archdeacon Farrar has been for some tlmo engaged on a book to bo called Tho Life of Christ in Art Tho object of the book will not bo to write a chapter in the history of art or to enter into technical criticism on tho works of tho great masters but to illustrate the manner in which art ro llouts and expresses tho over changing phases of Christian opinion on religious subjects Tho Presbvtorian church of Wnlei is in a condition of healthy progress Its churches havo increased by 11 dur ing the past year numbering now 1282 It has 1210048 communicants in- Â¬ crease 228J1 202028 adherents Incroaso 44411 with 102000 Sunday scholars and teachers It has 700 ordained minis tors and IM lay preachers In 204 churches 011I3 English is used in tho services Presbytorian Journal The Presbyterian board of educa- Â¬ tion has issued a new circular to tho churches The number of candidates under its care has Increased from COO in 1887 to more than 000 in 1804 In view of the great expansion of tho for- Â¬ eign work aud tho great demands at home they expect this number to bo come still larger Notwithstanding tiiis it has gone back to tho old rato of 5100 a year for each student in collego and seminary from which It was corn pcled to recede while in debt Tho financial yonr closing on tho lfith of April 18000 are required in ordor to close the accounts properly N Y In dependent Prof Peek the New York state in view botanist urges omphuticnll of tho number of deaths that havo oc curred from eating toadstools that the children of the state be taught to roe ognizo the edible mushrooms According to Prof Peek thero aro three hundred and fifty species of mushrooms growing in that state and only seventy-fof these are edible Prof Pecks ive Idea is to secure an appropriation from the legislature with which to send illustrated maps to all the schools in tho state Ho says that If tho appropriation will not permit of having com plete charts nnd books on mushrooms turulshcd to the schools of tho state at least a chart of the poisonous species could be circulated The American Foreign Missions board reports that tho missionary york for the year shows that there aro connected with tho twenty missions sus tained by it 00 stations 1128 out sta tions 1823 places for stated preaching witli an average attendance of 00000 hearers Thero aro rT7 missionaries including physicians and women 27iS native laborers 442 churches with 41 ftOrt members 17 theological seminaries and station classes 05 colleges and high schools 08 boarding schools for girls 1010 common schools with a total oi 48r8ri persons under instruction Three thousand five hundred and seventy members were added to tho mission churches during tho year and the whole amount of native contributions ho far as reported was 112507 Irkp WKS jWrZ fa i ia Â¬ Â¬ j w Â¬ Â¬ 4 Â¬ Â¬ vm Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ho A Detroit young man who sang in s concert recently is feeling protty son over tho arrangement of tho pre gramme one of the Fait Hurt M A good deal growled tho 3ounj man you lot that girl who followei me sing After tho Ball Woll whats wrong with that Tho young man champed his bits Do you call my singing a bawl 1m exclaimed and almost began a warlike demonstration Detroit Free Press feliort Hlghtetl Whats tho matter with you aske orgauiors of tho affair 01 hearing a few of his remarks Man trying on spectacle much aro these glasses Salesman Theyre no frumss Hallo Hew J -- te l glal Hiifv w w itiiiii t V tfrU - I mSiKm ifBtso ihaJKLu nKt Vrf sltB--Wl-- tares -- lWK wmmm it tt J y I WW - Hi T ftfTV ir mwtn r tPlXOBR OOOPER Editor YOULL FIND IT HERE MOltOAX COUNTY NHWS Uol Involutions VfifllHvtfiL tf tfib vk BsssviRfwf 4 Thursday HAZEL GREEN KY May 31 1894 I jt TEN PACES going the rounds that flvo or six candidates will contend for the Democratic nomination to congress from this district leads to tho conclusion that Messrs Lislo and Kendall havo nothing to fear from these interloper usually defined as small potatoes nnd precious fow in a hill as their political prestige is measured by their parsimony The Democrat who docs not place his an nouncement in his own party papors of tho district is a dead beat who deserves defeat I Somo one will say perhaps that we make this charge because we miss the fee and in u measure this is so Jhit is not tho laborer worthy his hire and does not this paper in common with all others in tho district do battle lor the Democratic cause from the time the can didates arc nominated until the close of tho polls If there bo Republican rottenness or remissness who but the Democratic editors are called upon to rake the rascally g o ps and show up their records And what is the reward if such coyotes as thoso referred to arc tho can didates Not only arc they dead beats but they arc ingratcs who would not hes itate to throw rocks at their grandmother should she give them a gingercake Â¬ The rumor Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ M iil ill f W v t I WN county is ono of tho most deserving young Domocrats in Eastern Kentucky and should tho Democrats of that county fail to give him tho nomination they will havo dono an unwise and an unkind thing Mr Taulbco has always been a Democrat of tho working kind never failing to vote for tho nominee and do all ho could to elect him and he is now asking for this ofllco that ho may bo able to support his family which is quite a largo ono nnd because on account of his to part with his little farm and all else that tended to mako ho and them a living Furthor than this his illnes- spartial paralysis left him unfit for farm labor and having no other avocation ho goes beforo tho peoplo of his county and asks them to givo him this place that he may recuporate Ilo has novor held an ofilcoof any kind but ho is honest sober and intelligent and if honored with tho place ho will in turn honor the place by proving an official in whom all Morgan county irrespective of party lines will fool a juat pride nnd wo do hope our sister county will givo his claims duo and favorable consideration 80vero sickness ho has been forced Samuel II Taumiek who is a candi date for tho otlico of jailer of Morgan battle Â¬ Whooping cough in town Hall stones m large as partridge eggs fell James II Swnngo and Joo Taulbco at Vlnccnnci Iml Sunday An English syndicate hnsoIcrMl 7000000 wcro in town Sunday Wheat was not as bad hurt by tho for tho Elgin 111 watch works plnnt in the Missouri river Sunday morn recent snow as farmers thought A rise ing did great damugo to property at Atchison O 11 Prater near town last week sold Knnsns his farm to Samuel II Patrick of Ma Â¬ Molan and Con Drady peddlers arc goffin county Peter snld to linvc been murdered near Hunting Robert Trimble in company with Dr ton W Va Harris of tho Mt Sterling Advocate John Cnno wns shot in the head ami dan gerously wounded by Ernest Wolfe at was in town last week T F Carr and II M Fannin have Palatkn Ela Sunday Inst week dis applied for a patent on a very complete Public Printer Hcncdlct charged 700 employees of tho government tool for removing watcli hands printing oflico nnd bindery There must bo plenty of freo wool President Cleveland has signed tho com in tho country as tho Kzel carding mission of Cabo UrookH of Mt Sterling to machine has been running day and night be district nttorncy of Oklahoma for some time Pittsburg conl is selling at 12 cents a Spcnrdr Fannin lias applied for a pat bushel In Louisville owing to tho strike of ent on improvements in hillside plows the eoul miners l reeman have Competent judges pronounce it a very Fred Lusher and John Tho point is con Â¬ been arrested at Hurricane W Va for pass valuable invention money ing counterfeit structed of parts tho wearing parts of Joseph Hife and wife were fatally Injured which can be replaced without buying a and their horses killed by a falling bridge now point In Carter county Friday A letter received from Elder J A An Austrian and an Italian have been Howard states that from April 15 to arrested at Buenos Ayres for an attempt to May HO there has been 315 additions blow up parliament with bombs Austiuc Drown colored was banged at to Christian union and four churches set San Autoiiin Texas Friday for tho murder in order with plenty of preachers to take I am now near Enter- Â¬ of Anderson Harris another negro caro of them The First National bank of Scdnlia Mo prise in Carter county Tho entire hns been totally wrecked by the gambling church here which was named the speculations of the cashier J C Thompson Christum church has declared for The delegation of Osage Indians who had Christian union Others from denomi been in Washington for two weeks discus sing reservation matters left for home Fri- nations also from the world by baptism are being added daily J baptized fifteen day J S Breeding charged with the forgery last Sunday If tho preachers would of Wells Fargo money orders was Inudod help mo instead of fighting me we could in St Louis Friday having been arrested in take the world for Christ H limit Texas Another Case George E Rosen of Louisville a clerk in The pistol that wasnt loaded got in the treasury department at Washington A little has been promoted from a 1000 to a 1200 its work again last Thursday daughter of Hijah Davis colored who position Heavy storms prevailed along the south lives at the old toll gate building on the of England coast Sunday and n storm ac Levee pike was shot and killed by its companied by snow was raging on Luke undo Howard Davis The baby was Superior sitting in Howards lap and the pistol Danville has Moated her 70000 of water that ho had in his hands suddenly went works bonds at 10150 to hear ft per cent off tho ball going through the little ones interest They are to run ten fifteen and brain Deputy Marshal John Taul was twenty years promptly on tho hcoue but found it was Lieut Lueicn Young of Kentucky has so he made been select d as orator to deliver tho deco a clear case of accident Mt Sterling Gazette ration day address at the Fredericksburg no arrests Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ When in Lexington call on L G STRAUS Leading Clothiers who carry a larger line of CLOTHING and sell for less money than any house in the bluegrass capital A Watch free with every purchase of 5 or over Â¬ Â¬ drS i field IV IA ci Ouit young friend John C Wood editor of tho Mt Sterling Oazotto is a candidato for railroad commissioner in tliis district and if a Republican is to bo elevated to tho position wo know of no man whom wo would rather sco havo it that John Wood Ho is a gontloman in everything tho word implies nnd though a partisan in politics ho always concedes to thoso who oppose him tho same rights that ho reserves for himself a full and freo expression of their Ho is immonsoly popular among views his people and in n raco against any man not his peer in this particular ho would poll mauy a voto outside of his party line An estimate of his qualifications may ho briofly summed up in tho state Â¬ ment that aa printer postmaator editor and U S commissioner all of which he has boon at various times ho has rendered satisfaction to tho peoplo and a juet account of his stewardship to tho powers that bo Urbane accomodating courteous nd painstaking he would till to a the place of railroad cominiieionor queeua taste and if any but a liinon sail pure unadulterated free trade and right Democrat ia to have it we are jfcr Mr WoodJ The trial of Geo and Ike Shelby for shooting James Moore was postponed in tho circuit court at Danville Monday because Moore was unable to appear A grand pic iuc including all the old time sports will be given on the race track at Lexington Saturday June 0 for the benefit of the fireman of that city Gov West Chief Justice Merritt and Mayor Ilaskin of Salt Lake City Utah have received postals ordering them to leave town in four days or be dynamited Joe Giles who shot and killed Frank Martin a locomotive fireman in an attempted train robbery at Breckinridge station Texas was hanged at Kansas City Texas Friday T W Cooper of Detroit won the Rich ten mile prize on Friday mond Mich distance in 20 minutes and 10 doing the seconds on a bicj cle This beats the record During a scullle between Jim Slesher and Jim Howard on Straight Creek Bell county a ritlo was discharged killing Mrs Howard and in falling she tell on her baby and killed that also Whilo Itcv J M Taulbee of Covington an A P A lecturer was delivering a discourse at Lexington the glass front of the building was broken by the throwing of rocks and eggs by outside parties Tho Presbyterian revival meeting eon ducted by Uov 11 Fay Mills at Owensboro closed Friday night Over 700 persons nro said to have beau converted among these our old friend Hon Thos S Pettit The canning factory at Lexington is now ready for operation It will can everything from strawberries to Kentucky burgoo soup of tho Gus Jauhert kind Tho establish ment will employ about 150 persons The primary election to tiomhtite a can didate for congress In the Seventh Kentucky district has been called for September loth and is n victory for the Breckinridge people as both Owens and Settle men wanted an Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mr Park one of the founders Mountain Sentinel at Irvine was town Saturday and paid our ollice pleasant call Mr Park is now accident insurance business will pay in Cash for nice fresh butter pound for good hams Acadeiuv Home May 10 ISJl tf I A of the in our a very in WALTER AWOOD 1894 Always at the front in design style and quality of our the 10 cents a pound and SJ cents per delivered at the Wit II Conn TUBULAR MOWERS HAY RAKES STEEL MOWER Baltimore and Ohio train ran into an immense bowlder near Meyersdale Pa Sunday killing the engineer and fireman and fatally wounding an express messenger The express car was fired and wrecked REAPERS and - BINDERS with latest improvements we call attention of farmers to their great strength durability and light draft DRY GOODS AND Our sales show that they are hay rake unexcelled Send for Catalogue CO NOTIONS you want new styles and the at bottom prices you can always find them them WALTER A WOOD MOWING AND REAPING MACHINE If best goods m CASSELL 16 PRICES ENCLOSED GEAR REAPER HARVESTER AND BINDER ami 18 West Main Street LEXINGTON KENTUCKY 300000 A YEAR FOR THE INDUSTRIOUS If you want work that isjilpimiutnnil profitable eeiulusyotirmlilrim Iminodlutilv Wo tench mcu and women law to cum from S00 per day to 83000 pur your without having limi previous experience luiikfunilMi the employment at which they can nmko that ninoum Nothing illllicult to learn or thut renulres much time The work Is easy hcnltliy ami honorable and can be done dur lng dnUinie or evening rlplit in your own locnl Ity wherever you Hie Tho result of n fow hours work often unl n neck wneoii Wo have taught thousands of both sexes ami nil nges nnd many havo laid foundations that will surely bring them richer Koine of tho smartest men In this country owe their success in life to tho start given them while In our employ years ago You render may do in well try 1U You cannot all No capital ucesarv We tit you out with something that is new 80II1I and tuir A book brimful of advice U free to all Help your- Â¬ self by writing for It to day not to morrow Delays uro coitly See W W REED Mt Sterling Ky for prices A CITY STORE AT YOUR DOOR rt earlier date Tho grand jury of Whitluy county recently indicted fifteen or twenty minors for intimi dating mon who wanted to work in the mines of that county and lust week thirteen of them were found guilty and fined sums ranging from 30 to f0 each Tho sum of 0740000 wns distributed among the Cherokee Indians at Tarleipiah Iud Ter on Monday It Is the proceeds of tho salo of the Cherokee strip to the govern ment Nenrly 100 Indian guards watched tho treasure whilo the government agent distributed it Deputy Marshal Jonos of Fort Smith had a desperate encounter with Tom Ciow and John Wilson alleged cattle theives near Ockmulgee Ind Tor and though surrounded by several of tho outlaw gang succeeded In capturing both men whom ho wounded in tho light According to Duns Review the failures last wcok were 183 against 250 for the cor responding week hist year Storms and largo exports of gold and prolonged flood strikes have all united to stugnate business But notwithstanding tho volume of business ka been oolite largo for tho season Â¬ Â¬ E C ALLEN BOX GO Ky Silks and Velvets Ladies Gloves Underwear Haudkerchiefs Ladies Toilets Curliu irons fl nmlo irlinlni Dunn Woolen Dress Ilronzinc Paints Al7Casings dint hams Lawns Ac WlialcBonc Silk Laces black and white Muslins White Goods Laces Embroideries Ladies Slippers Dress Shields Corsets Veilings Infants Caps Complete lino olIIosiery Dress Trimmings umurenns Towels Elastics etc etc Buy Your Hats of Me and Got Them Trimmed Free of Charge My stock will embrace every article of Ladies wear in the latest Mvle just from tho ero I MiliuUii do DltESS nieiition nii1iy ter MAKING and cut and make dresses to suit the hard time prices llest system of cutting by the Huddington Cutting Machine which was awarded first nreniium at tho Worlds fair 1803 pTMiss LAI HA KAWLINGS of Covi Kv ell My known to the this vicinity will be my assistant wLportrSE r I adc solicited and satistactioii guaranteed Very respectfully I Ladies Hats Hat Trimming lUbbons a GENERAL PrUNISIIINQ GOODS STOKE at my resid nee in Hazel Green will carry a coiii 111 win luiiiMviiiK uriu ics wnieu win ue boiu at tlic iUWlST Pit ICES viz luuiu urn For the bpiielit of the Indies fo Hazel Green and vicinity I have onencd hulof 7 420 AUGUSTA MAINE Mrs FRED DAY UOTELLELAND Lexington S It IIKOOKS Proprietor n and Eleetrio Light Kleotrlo Klovatorl Heated throughout with O ltates Hot Water 200 a Day Near business center and depot Come and see S It BKOOKS mo Itcspcctfullv Now Uulldingl Gus HOFFMAFS oJT A FLOYD 11Y1U Campton Ky W Â¬ TJP MTp Iff in FIRE LIFE Kentucky O Safest Best nnd MOST ACCIDENT RELIABLE Agoney Rates Reasonable ffi2fio nnn nn V Abstrncts of title furnished collections nindu and prompt returns guaranteed Connected with tho law firm of Wood Day Mt Sterling Ky in civil practice jr ATTORNEY-AT-LA- ASSETS OVER losses paid Address A HOFFMAN Mt Sterling Ky -- -- J ami irF f Ji 4 aPJEll Ttl B rf JVAiiJL H WMt Ja ri SWt TpS5 L k t MSSE VTi Ti 4rr -- - f 111 flltlll il MUtf V JFWWM j i Mfc jfinHiH WBiOTrLi JltlF r-Tn rwvtjwi nMcJlftt - SPENCER COOPER Editor tMJrCtVR llVAmdVfl LB tfwwKlSj H HH 1wt jvwwk fo wiwwB yi IrSECiwHwwV 4kflfY TMbHBi Aft1 Thursday HAZEL GREEN KY May 31 1894 ANNOUNCEMENTS Fox Congress authorized to announce JQSKlH M KKNDAMj of Floyd county Kcntickv as a candidate for Congress from the Tenth Coiigrixiotutl DiHtriet subject to the action of the Democratic party Wt urc ih We arc authorized tounbVurice MARCUS C LltiLK of Clark Cnuiityhft u candidate for Congress from the Teilth Cnncreitioual Distriot subject totlie action of tho Demo i their ioods or their equivalent This I For Sheriff was a piano and organ firm who sold We arc authorized to announce SAM nima car load of instruments and secured iBfcvl WHOIiHSALi DKAIRUH IX 2 JIKNUY WILHON asVcaudhtat for scrill of Wolfe comity iutiUOt dUlithe P1 of ft i tip just m time to catch him rapidly Ihef people nUueuiominKonbePj 1S1M disjKising of them at a big sacrifice JubI now the Kelly Iron and Steel com pany of Ironton O are after him for a ThuStroiiK Mini Who Hum AWcVtcu Sun big consignment of nails sent him a NOTIONS Iowk CltutleiiKt while bnck and for whieb he refuses to Snmlowss liberal oirer mnde public Third Katie and Union Kts through the Herald to the utroug nienpf pay Mv v CINCINNATI O the world has brought forth from sunny Mont TIuvo Money t We curry the kooiLs hat will suit vour In justice to olirsolvos wo Italy n young man possessed of marvelous y AII persons who are indebted to me trade and our pricon aie T LOrSt strength Lie is Romulus of Palermp eitfierfor niedical attention or other pur Special attention gwvn to mail orders bavc adopted tho Cusli SVs- scarcely 11 vo feet seven deep cliestvd posjes nreroquoated to come forward and ami muscled like a gladiator of ancient scttje nt once as I must have monoy or torn And overy IDINUFELDKK Ma Â¬ Rome Being but 24 years of age lie its equivalent within 80 days Please P combines with youth the attribute fof giyo this yjpur earliest attention and save ture Hint buys i oocls froiii tliis jniRoDinson-HononCQfurther expense Respectfully good looks elate will be repiiied to pay Joiix A Taumiek M D When RomuliisJearned that Sandow Â¬ cratic party j SIIItKWI LAWllKNCK COUNTY FUAU1 tuy Oooiln Without lnjinnnt mill Toil tlltiM Them Through tho Country On Rock Castlo creek u few miles boyond Peach Orchard in Lawrence county but near the Martin county line lives one of tho most original characters tho Big Sandy valley has yet produced This 1b a man who has for years pnst worked a bold swindling scheme Ho lives in a log hut of three rooms which ho has furnished oven luxuriously He is a man past inidcHo age rough and un- Â¬ couth yet keen as a thistle His plan has beeu to buy goods from any one he These ho can and never pay for them peddles about tho country soiling to any one who wilPpurchase and at any figure he can secure In order to make it pos- stole to purchase lie lias constantly dealt with a responsible house and promptly paid each bill gaining their confidence His vicnnd using them as reference tims are numbered by the score none of whom with but posaibly a single excep tion has ever secured the return of either Â¬ Â¬ p A- - II2III vrsg-2-rva MVMt HMHV imi avAujKv-AV-AvAAf rr 1 m - - r- - M jt I 1 1 1 I -- - ivtvWv 1 ilUIhnlQ Ymir Hllll CriDnif9 iiiSHK inoH it I I n 11 i m w kkkij H HW IliVAnJ 001 i ri ni siUI4MV AkflivAr ttr tilt wo lHli il iih yul w lH W JS UJ VJI Jt Ml When this question rops around tho HusiiiessCirelo the nnsyvec eouics back lt The one who can jkive the best values foitfc luiiSt IHoiM IlhvlngbeVli inthe S innrkct at a season w lien the jobbers were cluanim Up I huvo been able to pur- - PJ cnasc sonic rare oargaius witicli sunn Do the ganiul my customers Ulve inq 1UJ your ears while I quote you prices Ijidics Clonks 7fi and up Jlch Heavy Overcoats J00and up JW jMtIhll WT i jnnf WWW IJ IIJTMJMII Kfjllll I y m liens Fliuv Soes 1M0 jjood Inllco in only o cclils per vnril DS Wf NO TIMH but MOUi WOODS FOR ttrr i i TIIK MONBY than can bo hud eUeWhcro Vurv rnfitinot rnll v iOi fir NAtanTnu Mens Heavy Kip HohIm PuA 100 III J jTKTiTTiiiJi T0RfWftONlMf j i xa HiHMiwttll iBAGliti iuii HI J rr- nf f-T-- r DftBNdN1 Kyvintlioi v nj iftiUl Dealer in General on a Cash Basis StockLargest - J TAYLOR DAY Merchandise IK ThU prcuiiuill saddle Ntalliou will make riwuiiRivin FliUid UUeiU HeWvucull UiiUI BACtyK tins ffiiruiKi neiirlv 1 UludNOS MrlaL WM lo IuiikIm lilil hili ticautirul Lowest Prices T lit ftmiiilii ititfvitrllfil trlll Vinfll rfFMt17vuvijljruurviYfiMv4w Dnft ii hi f UnnhlitU JfOHCm fliU or ion f - LOUIS STIX SC0 i Dry Goods Etc 1 1 1 mjp m Spot Cosh hvjg vears sold hiebcr than any saddle horses in fcentilelvy HnldOrtMiholi VanifHuunulhat v i tVr hiiniirir JJJh ctiUii wMly ttv Anvinaio thai can out aiiv cliiss of iiiarjiiM rieklir xM llllii brfd hi mi ribbons nt thovjliifid y111 jinO il I ii i Mil ii i uiorw lJio iliid xJluhtfnotX Blue JjaWH jHirJiuye fqBvornl tllrtt kohl for JfJvHHr rlfekWtloktuo iJtviiliilt Blue G rass 9eaptyv Tliinjlinolyouiij ntulliuu itdlLialwi nake tbiseuNPii of SO at the snnm place at t to iKStntK mrtnJv i1tb wlrtirtrtltIVniMrilor mure Is parted frltli Nicitli Jilui Imi jjM Mtll 1 1 j J 10000 to any man who might duplicate the feats of strength performed by him on the stage he ex Â¬ panded his biceps and said With all this money in sight I must make a try for it They say I am very strong a wonder I hope I am Last week Romulus landed in this country He has been on view to In number of people interested in nthletiG and to say that these experts are astonished at his muscular development is putting it mildly Prof Attila knew Romulus ou the other side nnd since renewing his ac- Â¬ quaintance here has been loud in his praise It is the intention of Romulus to remain in this city until June when Sandow is expected to return from his trip in the west Then if Sandow desires to carry nut his part of thcMigreement and there is little doubt that he will because the 10000 Herald holds hi- cheek for Romulus will publicly endeavor to duplicate his remarkable feats SVne idea of this young athlete may be obtained from his principal measurements which are Â¬ - hail offered May 1 1894 Importers and Jobbers ol The Tho Republican committee of the Tenth lny Named DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS I lYAli iIFa lUIIMNNlfwSII AVc do I vTI III VuhrmoldithVj Ttleilf4Uy lfiKhillidHnijrh VrWjAlttVlOth Hll P JritHlVPOT1 est tail vou ever saw tp jaits BlrcilYiV MaileOrrtiWoilhe liyflHuU1vnn first dniulMrdi lnilyexiiHi vUJUf iliiW t inurcs in AlontKoiuury county Tlirdis tho iliiiuUtwoVduc HbmirfeJftvtid hMiMk HociWid danillie ed a mile in thruotfciimitc celebrated llirtiin Wilkersou hiuldlo mare lloautyi in a pel IpeJ iliodLl in e hrjf rpcct COMEANO 8EEvTHRMnU best colt of either horse Holiiwii at the Hnel Orocn AUrYn 18W ivl RAY MOSS MHrchlfiKS4 T jw Kentucky district met at Winchester on Nos 537 530 and 511 the U2d inst and decided to hold the West lain Street congressional convention at Stanton J July 2 County conventions to instruct LOUISVILLE KY delegates will be held June 23 So far only two candidates have been announced M M - WW - -- 7 ww Hon W J Seitz of Morgan and Cap Â¬ niiKrsiNUN tain David Hogan of Lee CO VARNER SANFORD The case of Prendergast the murderer of Chicagos mayor was called in Judge wholesale dealeii in Chetlains court last week but on appli- Â¬ cation of defendents counsel continued itfrAproliiiiim pW iylUJlutiviitflroiliu FYVIF J J vf this because we are driven to it Those who owe JTTr rff fA i ii The Young Spanish Jack will not iny -- When yOu read il u i i i f 1 tiuiaK II ourHQJi Uj ii it- - i i uostign Co iilA if I I I ill I I tUiiyiilnt I -- o owl leUAti to June 11 121 and 123 Second Street And il soidonli wail to bo dunned buteoniq siiul piiy or in 10 clays vou jBw Il w wmMfmtmm1 mMMwmmmt I If I THXlI il 1 i ii fi v Sarsapariila U 8 5J iXJi AVERS 1M1 SS PS iHJ Nok lOUTSMOUTH The unde of Knstein KentucUy respcetfiillj solicited is 0 most VilHieaVH t l I WE BARRINGER Willi thunder Thanking you V ii i llA Tl 111 JmHL ii Mm i foirast I f i t immmKmmmIiMBlmmO m i ii Â¬ J vX aner Dig Ms Co KY vors and hoping to merit ia li ood shave of vour trade we - n mmmm m v m Til t riw son This jirculuinluik v lunkty tlin of 1801 at mv stabk in HulWTirtvtVKy at -- BE r ij tw in I J nil ll tII ft 1 mTm nf n tf Successors to Carter liios A Co iiiuf t RespeeUulJy Hicep- - 17j Hi v inches o -- Importers and Jobbers of vV Forearm Qhcst Weight Uhi inches ICO inches pounds Â¬ Romulus first appeared in Loudon three years ago and at that time endeavored to meet Sandow in competition The latter it is said refused his prow- diioii and ever bince then ihdItalian has felt aggrieved Now his time has ome hesnys and when he does Wet him lie wjll do his best to show hisji- pcriority New York Herald - - 0 5S X V V V N ifc fcl r vV 1 j AND NOTIONS LOUISVILLE Patronage of the mountain merchants in most respectfully hoheitud HrF PIERAWGO i J cjnilojjdini Illl - fcOLT ij i iiuiii i itAui inonov due when coltiH loaieuor luare ih rtin 111 for wMilbli VlioriNfillHe Valu j ed oil colt Ulitil season BipiifydsipuJ iR i TO iNfetrt i nni ALlVllNd i flln VoliU itpulMeililIiKMialiniIfeiltby 19 r i Hsiy Jtt111 itawkd W IWMi lmdLv mif Vr mssmaf 4k II III I i h0 Aleck1 inlwellH fiiuuHlti flick fiiHed 1500 iwy W frJjliy hre- cs t V X XX Jl J T DAY HAZEL GUEEN ICY - 9 lffiBr lluinA Wil Cure you J H PIERATTi and Sals Stable i Iltili will titt Hit rcMnsibleilUojjUUlicy occur Marcs from MllJClill h4H H01 on reasonable terniH1 iTnrdwIllttu ihVi lliWtrVit hottilohts WTlSWANQO W iKNWMJjWSiJ r Is the only nierehant in Wolfe couuly who sells tlio cclebratcll Livery Feed Dr S P Scott Blue Ridge Harrison For whyopug cpunty ifo says Chamberlains Cough Remedy is cough By ufcing t freely thedisealc excellent is deprived of all dangerous consequences There is no danger in giving lit1 remedy to babies as itcoutainsnothjn injurious 25 and 50 cent bottles Tor sale by John M Rose I OHTJJLEDSOUTH BEND PLOW and lie respectfully invites farmers to call and uximriiipit bpfore Jiurchasinj BEN WILLIAMSON CO CATLi rrrsiuMtfi ky bdlfr iiyentu lor NoliuitLrn t ttiaky Ien y tionCeifiie rfnd solicit bilHlnowM ArthUltliJ Jtenpuctfullf An JOHN jl lUfeKATTi i jirrl II will also attcnit to all eaiiN tor au 4 I j HAZEL OREBN Uid SvitK wHiuhltVevuibipefrflon ir4Xoulle andtniile Thofb gencntUy liRAtoqpnteiulj j Rfs ud Saddle HorHen ennyey Wuhk regulnrly coiihuuIwi hiaihtritujgth for liln- AioyH ed to any jioiut on reason- but otten payn lor wuat it takes noie icnnii it NVojtKY Iiildstlio candle uttlitxo thor t 1 ii i iI u JoyiMil rr I nod k M I 11 ftiJvAi tlei SVhp cAn ii T 1bhU ntfflhflVbr riityiJ Auhnnpi oflkWJrdfyhthnb6 - fttWI1 k liinv 1 Will Float The Iojth Recent rains are beginning to show in tho Rig Sandy river where a rise of any where from 15 to 20 feet is promised This ran will talce out afc least 42M000 logs and Umber men all along tfiBtrenm are busy with preparations Heavy of booms will be put fn at both brltffc the C and Oroad nttho rivcra mouth nnd the entire run be held at thofo points The logs will not be rafted buitvill be turned Iooso from all creeks anddrjfled to tho lmJidH out A score of now idle millsjirepronv ised early activity by this rnn which pooplo wlipn will be above tho usual CLOTHING v As sii WM B LOGAN WHEN Druggist M YOU WANT A WATCH irtifatoWfe thouskflflH iVuuK AUL 4iiiJii BoDRseiier I WINCHESTER KY yout luitronnee the city Mail orilerH proinntly nttentlejl 1h desired Call wlieir in iff JJLV jfij Jmm4fmlm 3 6r aftythittg jowulVV Til tord - i if T 7- UllflK A3IOH DAVIS - i -- i WEhT lilUKltTY KY - WITH ryJffi 2 4 CLOlKlNG of any lout Toliublo MANUFACTURERS OU Went luiirl Htrtf CINCINNATI you nro looking for lncrclmnts Wo aro tho largest is The trad of Kiuteni Kentucky rcsiicctfully Hollettcd u DandrufT is an exudation from tho house in Central Kentucky and MAUPIN pores of the scalp that spreads and dres nitiko a specialty of 700 and 10 with forming scurf and causing tho hair to Suits With every suit for Mon D H CARPENTER Hair Rcnowcr cures It I aZj3jZ -1 i lilloVlotW the air breathe know it INvilVfiiit lWongbVJrliy oWfcffifWlohValluid nisli y6tl oolttfVrft Aklllot inodernnlonciiOar nMo thewonfty frndifYQl tf ill IlltVCHJAUANTfcE reutorea Htrength quietH the nerves nnd nt homo whftre yv dpols dlWilfiW ft i enn use nt j PHJUf thAt WIH cVtivhifcertlVlwhofWteon JlS thiri wiiKljtyil triuj Kox- yiairHYDijMivo jiougut tnejjQ cpuwimcrs ot lie witn loa i luvnl iom - KQHpOOlBUliy r erilrfp If ii offeraiMrcoiifcofcH tiMl Vo hrfhofaufTerHlUvff Jx3L Send us yourgthhowfI -- v JEWlSIiE K1 H IE MorjianOolinlyjKly KSSEIi I 6TAnKYPALEN lift iii liirWlKMii 1029 Arcli 6U PJiiladelpilHtPiiiiT L AUpMEwmi ii j l HI5 feCly irr U p hniiLiPs tt WITH IN I 1 H i M in ptf t TvlV rTIKT1JllYT9irM mjuiu m iciiA - fall out t Halls V t HnrdlnSpeiils Â¬ hvo givo a guarantor lover movo- - WJIOLESALE DRY GOODS inUIIURH Awf lllAlAlMM i Um T5 ai P Hardin seeking guberGeneral natorial honors at the hands of tho Djn ocratic party addressed a large audience at tho conrthouso at raintaville onefday last week mont diwt proof WATCH AVhitoIIftll CHAIN frkk sJ CO NOTIONS HOOTS FIIOES Ac OATIiBrrBHUKU KY Buy your writing paper nt this oflko It la the two quires for only lcentu beat Youll likcvitM t Hardware ffr iiit -- Agricultural IflpliHints Ml lo i CATAIOOUKrt rCHH GRAVES COX TAXING TON KY Fmt Mii4ut iuonon in liti 4 - o KSYHkwm KHifKADH f Vl h VpAUytlJiMtto yWTWniut Mfi fyotuu KtbWeflii with type be j f Hi Mcii it THE HERALD OPFKJE V TOWWBlBPWWPPBWPWRWWBMMMBBBBMllLi JWVw f t y WyMAln W II 8HMJ UWlWiMWrnlWiij t ii il jaLIL 3 f rr WflinifiHwir H limit ing PotHnrn Inn Hr Â¬ Mlmtlng Somewhere Mini m between Frankfort Ky in WOK IIKNNKllYH AS A llntrkni CiMinly Ky Fnriiior ClntiiiN lln n Kohlotl of n Ilenrv Diivldnoo clnlnilnir to be from the First National IwMkofCkUwfu miming cqrtlficHto oftlfpftrit for tl0- 00vItwnkNHiU dftMNlly lylio Amur- k Exefcftffc tffttitaull brtwk of Now fofV to Wlllkw Sliwurt TodJ Mr Tod ffiwiod it jUoftfr to Mimhw Hofo Meyer wid tWy put It In tlio Buto National iMiik T V Frankfort The State National mulled It to tho First National pJUthis outTlftrfc street At Cutter treet ho ltvor lloinoilv nnd Norvu Tonic It uurvil Mrs Morclmut Its credit TWiUmiM iiiot a crowd of young fellows to whom city to b plfweii to DR ten days ago nnd neither Imnk fiai seen W related his trouble Ho said he had nor heard of tho vnluablo curtificato licen roUbcd but that ho would not In- - Ifirinou Qnrt RanhnliD Hiiro Xracken county Kentucky came to the uity ystordny with a carload of produce Ho sold tho produco and then started but to have a good time About I p m ho met a suave young man who induced llim to go to a saloon on Clark street where a game of cards waf started Dav Jjlwon droppod 0 and then staggered Suffered 49 yOcJiRSii M ii i i i jj j f q r jjt fl ViSif liwdi p amf yjBLvy r9 i Ar h V And Still Climtiins 1 Rqv 1 nor AprIM 1 ivxAyrrs w It i Hni l kidney ttllllcullj Homo JO years a to I used 3 ttottliSof ymir klilui r ami llurUauioOHre can Uuly Miy Unit iliuo ttiut Uuio I liuvo luol Icm liiulutilio tli hi I lnt to no mln utoH boforn I tiMiU tlioCuro I fool entirely rtl- Ilouse Noial to my m Allnrojj i pUc j Moiidvlllc In Mnti of voiif lilMMl itnij Churtlilruvoi ily Ia nrr A T Merchant Ia Pn ntitnit Khter v utes Dr Fen minSSvitlutbt ylow pneo seit wdouutry Quaiibiipiimi nlwnyjMJKKVinimlliywilli em j FENNERS fcM slnco Tho youug man who manage1 tlio cqr rcspondonco with tho oulMido banks for tho First National said that nobody was likely to lose anything by thn disappear anco of tho certificate except tlio interest on tho money which amounts to coif flidcrablo with such n num floalingaroiind Hut ho aaid it makes a lot of dlo bother for the biinkn The Frankfort bank has to ank the New York bank for a duplicate of the certificate of deposit Tho New York bank walta a while and then Ittsues a duplicate but it first makes tho Frankfort people give a bond to pro tect it agaiiiHt the poHMibllJty of the orlg In inal turning up properly ondorwd that enso there would be more trouble and Homebody would Htidcr but of cotirxc l it will bo nil right In the meanwhile those Kentiuikiniis nro loBing Intercut on their 10p000 at the rate of about 12 a dayt and tlio poH olllco aulhoriticH are worrying at a much coatlior rato than that over tho disappear unco of the paper The very siftu of tho certificotv and the fact that it bear bank endorsement will Ihi it protection against any attempt at fraudulent nogo Chicago Record tlntlons Â¬ Â¬ form tho police because he didnt want IiIh wife and children to know of his mis fortune Qavidaoh said ho was stopping at tiolCnuisou Hotel but an examiua iUyi tlio rcgihtcrnt thai hqstelry fulbd to reveal his name Davidson is a medium sized man with a black mustache and is apparently about 10 years of age JIu tjii id lie didnt know the name of the man who robbed him but that the fellow was about S years old and well dressed IHKiffl nHHvVfTH - A Great Renal Depurant did it Â¬ Cures nil diseases of the kidneysblalder J- urinary passages ietnalo WcaHiiesscs Heel Wetting in children Dropsy llenrt put Disease Ubeumatism Skin and lllood ease linnotency etc Satisfaction guaranteed Diseases Swelled Limbs Urmias Dis Imrrri X3Hl pinnMcIo 3i8Sccrr TT-rp-p XXXUXXXXlUXJ tin1 a jr t ils ninrk at upmost woolc htt of country jburnnl MlttM Sample free l rutiwi C H 3eott postmaster and general M Hone merchant at Olive Hill wa idiot and t Vuliiitlilo Pliilil Auullii llntilupliitiit Instantly killed by his eldest son James It will this vejir be fiiiuhicted Misara KT Merrill of Dulufh Minn Scott Oji May 2 The murdtjied man A K Davis of lohiiHon City Tenn and He had was diinkiug and quarrelsome strict lv as a mountain ilisVitu Col C K Jjiwrcncc of WwjjSupcrior a revolver in his hand and bystanders Win under tho guidance of John Hi C say was killed in self defence Young tiun Mini our mountain people Mayo of Palntsvlllo Ky are now niak Scott stepped out of tho povtotlicc nnd iiKft thorough detour of the coal terri- walked away The parlies ate prominent are thus assured that their tory of tho Upper Illg Sandy valley and lames Scott was deputy shcrit and is particularly Johnson ua i ike common HOW constable The deceased leaves a interests will be protected TJiOttt goiitlcmen roproMHt the Hyndicatt widow and nine grown children which Ih claimed to be backed in part by IOxamiue the date after your name on Rockefeller It Ih they who are behind which iroiuitcs a tho margin of this paper and if behind the railroad project road from White Hotine to Klkhorn li- - send us at once for which we will be rikovillc and for sixty tnjififi of quite thankful jond which contracts arc said to be let to Trainmen on the Q C railroad at Volfo tKIng PuluthcontractorA This Somerset are liberally coutril utiug to tho And road la to follow very closely the pro paid in Jash without dis striking miners at Strunks Lane In posed route of tho defunct Three Cdoad Pulaski county money and provisions Xow count of any kind and will tenvtrate one of the richest oal being scn them daily U a virgin tcrritoricH in the Htate Kiiicti in ----- lady at Tooleys I a wiih very niok with tbilloun colli when M C Tilsol a prominent merchant of the town gave her a bottle of CliauibcrlainM Colic He Ch6leraM anil Diarrhtea Hciuedy antee says alio wiih well in forty minutes after taking the first dose For mile uyJolin A -- Uon Onu doM euros LaUrluun lhnMilamtitniLflt It n of 4 r J For Mile ly Inliu M Koho uiul Mrs Lou HarViu U iKitliiL-- litiltcr Day llurol ireen Kj I ltwUl bogratifying newa to his friends everywhere to know that Representative EXHIBITION FIFTH ANNUAL Linle is making much pingrefs toward THE He wrote to a friend in the recovery city yesterday that he Is rapidly gelling OK Till stronger and that be lias not by any means abandoned the race for congress r Oil the contrary he has lorehcd ussur rr - anco from all over the district that the I people are for him and ho is in the raou Washington cor Courier Jour to win nal Yflii can rojieve flint hcadujhe you havcMjy buvJng it box of Megriinine at It will only cost olliee Tin wiii in fiO cents and is sold on a positive guar- -in rt Dr Fonnors CoiiMh Honey TitnllrUAM office now has more print- Kollovis tiny eouclji astlinm otc In mi hour that ers stationery than any other similar Dr FcnnorH Ootdon Rollof AiMIlie lv it lias accomplished In imy hilliiniiimtlon Hello vm mirntiiootli1 establishment in Kastorn Kentucky and ttcho iinurtitftla rlioutanilsni or unialu In task in told in the hundreds I lOiWnilniltes riirCirnllcriwporiMullysiMi if you want printing of any kind this is laryund Mux also Insincliltls nnd consiiin Â¬ Cincinnati Knquirer Dr Foniiors Pollota eittoSlelc Hoiidueliivt Conttiliiiitloii etc Tlio last Ilually Lliysli Dr Ionuors Oorman Eyo SftlvO urs Horo KytvU tracked IljwliiiwSkiiiKHintl Ions ism uiul uv ok inboratl to roach iltt goal of flow tltoroiih its aniliition m 4135 ai --- jJ HZ mmmmr tt 1 i xmmFLthf for tributes paid it by tV press the Â¬ fMiVk4 m rwu - i Mai T lliitii Â¬ iirin FfnVE IM k NWKin WITH tvs September 4 5 6 and 7 1894 hroKOi xif 6ilTY Sf tV THROUGH P THE ADVEtiTISIHG COLUMNS of the country and the warm hearted testimonials received by it from friends in all lands The tonglUh damci in Jcv Qiisliire the Xyw liliiglaud maiden of Maim the sun elad i lass of alilbrnia the somi- tropical creolo o Louisiana and last but not least our own mountain pinks all indeed who eon the contents of its papes week after wick sing the same sonu f bvve Nor A French humoris this nil I Â¬ - tra cl i nu in A meritta at periiNil of its tracted b ist i Â¬ Â¬ fHilil wr V IWJJ5 ial1KC D IJUoe dris a pen picturcLjit i 1 1 1 PrcnijuuiH iantjlillrjK the vinii Iverv homc in iUjk mill tkJ i iiu s iii g own s ubu lfinillniIo6tSof6 as thestorv Plis Contineut lar i4lonathauand Â¬ It iUdd whore cannol coa veliih of hx feet Â¬ 4 III in thickuean are numerouH and in appa inTGRGSTIOG EXTRACTS rent Inexhaustible quantitcH lUtumiu 1roiu iii ONtiondoiitM Tliu person who owns an Kluutropoise oua coal crojf out of all hill and when dovoloped thin section lying uh cloHcly posHenucH a treasure of iinincnso valnej aa it dqejt to tlQ larger market h of the W 0 Kloronce A vena Ky Tlio Kleotropolsu In a qtiiulc euro for West will bo no small factor in thqir itiHomnia I am inucli improved in ovorv supply and control wrty j WHUPi HrRilfonlsvllli Uie fiuetl pure white soap over Introduced hero It iH bettor Ilfftf pMftfclauMYill tyavu to adopt tlio thai Cantyijoro Uoouot for tho toilet Klectropolo in their practice Dr A superior to Ivoryfor inyilaVnilOt H0i U 1ivo Hodf6rtl Ky ahead of Sapolio for tho kitchen Qic Wo hayg latl good results in curing for 26c Sold at various allmonta cako lOo 3 for too with tlio Klce tfepoiHo1 this Ofllco onlyt W Oottbn liinltbwnrifrjt f IH IM Typhoid fovor UH ijiosuijkVwiii A llrutat ItuliHiut Williaui C9H idiotu kijlcd John ditlon that I had dcspalretl of over got Collins last wevk near Lily in Lay r el ting bottor tho Electropolso relieved mo county ScotA had ijrivon hjs vylfo f rqiu o all pain llrst application I am surely tQ wak to her cured ty this groat remedy she homo W T Colfather hquaoln tip cqunty John lUeluJMOii Qorblu Ky fathc t llilfttitcdH ypiiBgtcal that I fin sure lins aged 65 years living near through friendship for her put her on would liavp died Had I not used the the train apd went with tior ceo it ioi JCIectropolsaoM it ThurcfliUt wauqulclc towpil tliom tQ Mrs B II lryor fathor lnrlawH Called ii saisfaqtory of nullh Kpif rnpn y Collins out and hcuw bhu hit wife nd8PMIr f1 7 sNowJi Tli leftropliHlihfts never fitiled in kilWghimlsUnriyT suy cstiiliat J have tried It and J have tetid soYondy Ktl W Sharjkland For balk About OOOOOQ fcot qf plno Carlisle It Ky ar tb iPRHth of nd WPJnr Tlui Electripolso Is worth 100 a day Swifts ckvek aini about oae mlk from loiue M urale Aieotlnjj ureok Ky iled river rorwewswo I iTld Kleclfopolao has cured me of TT Tr O r tt t Urlgjits llsess afer qverjhlng olno governor kaa pardoned James had failed I A Hopson Hopson Ky The Booth H lUb county man whd has been My wlfo had been a helpless invalid In tho pouttwUktf ftbman for sixteen years when mIio begiin treat confined slaughter flopUi liyinthe laat stages of ment with the Kleetropolse tdo now oiwuntiM 4nd Was Jmlir Wcmltted dqejrlioppwn IiomsO work anil eooklng Fe Stored Wo hover dtoncW of any thing working AtoLkWW io T Castle hujmt del audi A chsnuo If B AVoodwartl Hardy conWWM Nevv V mountain people your stock and produce and lujifephoro to bcmisphevintl be on hand to compete for from pdle to poe these handsome pries fit isx that it was v i tnuilated into every tongue prepare spoken by man Uonco fwun 0 i wa w p i apm l K i eOtWlb 0M Fur further particulars MZRALDi Â¬ THE HERALD of Hanoi hven is a household word Thus it is also a lie- t Â¬ address the Socroiary Pre miums will be announced in a short time i f t mwii iei - Z ih i j i J HF PntATilVPfey 11 I I A KAvSirvSecy tjie yide awake bus iness iiian and all who desire to tickle trade that they may l 81 eessitty ad Bri John C M Rose Srio s Â¬ 1IAKI UllKKN KV ill id tho ttiilW eeleliratud In tho only llria in W the town whleli huu n i ls Boots and lUTaMOtTTH JNfr Whon von wmi t Mlv lilin ii irII hom tho wholoHiihrhodMo of KSgg5 jrn - - f thoir viVw xyit i cash iF0 tlieii mlvertisemenits displayed in its columns fforth time to time Wo iniglit go Â¬ P Tracy CoJon tlio W- tqbf nnd 1n r otUM l mil j tie a it poksesses but modesty foV -OHIO HPXT lniilviinr noly bids Sllllic e to say it isto news in I Ai i BlHiT TfitRt wDsrv VVIU ARB 0VR 2100 If - 1 ffmSsW -- nmi mm w not M V wunvn M is to iihe turf worlds lCiNd Hrdji o ll IJUV I fc fUHTl I Y0UNG LADIES its iLAstj s bottom prices Ky White Sulphur Aduilrabilos A few moreHubscriptiouB Tills institution uinh r tho dlreuliun of the SUtors of I lie Visitation II V MillMIM- anted In a healthy nnd leantiad loerfMy ot will be taken at a VeAr and thn vdl known Illilu hasi lteln Here the juiplls enjoy the eoiafoU ofi n lilllitoil nnmlnti nl nlvnil UHiV- home far removed iVatn tliiMllMrhctlons of a hIIyj ami can conKcinieiitlv with trvutr m WlWfcyHl iiiitiiL sA u i fuelllty avail theniRolveN of the iidiintiyes nieiits at reasonable rates J tSHllnrtl IVid Pockot Elect ropoiso for allordud of n thorough enttention i I Teram roasniahle anil 1 Mt Hale or rent for particulars apply to IuliitliiK extra HouseMuilf CravonMean Is hcaUidliy For further pnrtloulnrs nddreA BuDols V Webb 1100 Fourth Avwiue apparatus Slaters of he Visitation B V M Haxol GtOen Ky Iulsvllo Ky Mt Â¬ I si Mm s y tuftliSfy 1 - ww I J -- jwmmwm - - - r t -- JMfWjw y M if ffv4 iji fM ii w I V twtfJiK Miss Kmnm Sllmp of Neosho Mo l voting hor aunt Mm W T Caskey of Horn to tho wife of Alox IHggltm of UiIh plnco and other relatives In tho vicolor on Saturday Mny 12 n girl cinity Sho Is a daughter of J 8 Sllmp who moved from hero somo twentyflvo ftllth Cord yearn ago Thla is Mlsi Emmas first Vlotchor McUulro loft Sunday for Hot visit to Kentucky and sho la very much SprlngH Ark to take tho baths at that pleased with our mountain country famous resort especially tho young mon Dont fall to read the advertisement of Dr Harris of tho Mt Storllng Advo Â¬ City Storo at Your Door if you want cate was In our town ovor Sunday and to savo monoy Ho was on a gavo us a pleasant call MIks Ada Cecil whoeo IUdchs has licon tour of inspection and collection That mentioned in thetio uoIuiiiiim Ih very is inspecting tho resources of our moun Â¬ much improved tain country nnd collecting subscriptions Incidentally ho duo him for his paper Deputy ShcriH Una Hanks was hero tho Messenger of West yesterday posting notices for tho days ho complimented Liberty and Tiir Ukrai0 as having will receive tnxos tho neatest printing ofllccs ho had seen Elder J T Pieratt villpreach at Vint anywhere Ho was very much ploawd Woods in Morgan county next Sunday with all of this country and goes homo morning and evening bettor preparod to fight for a railroad to lohu II lieratt who has been serving this section than over beforo on tho petit jury in tho federal court at Tho following Is tho voto of tho county Covington returned homo on Friday In last Saturdays primary to nominato last candidates for magistrate and constable M Little requests us to an Â¬ Hev District No 1 Hanoi Green and Rod nounce that lie will he unable to fill his Itlver For magistrate Levi Kash 102 appointment at Krciiehburg Sunday on James II Sebastian 7 Frank ltolln 81 account of the meeting at his place J H Vest If For constable John 170 Tho many friends of Miss Hosio Trim Cox no opposition Â¬ 1 and the former by a plurality of 96 and the latter by 22 vote Once more it becomes our painful duty to chronicle the death of a neighbor On tho 27th Inst Mrs Jane Reynolds widow of William Reynolds and tho daughter of Uncle Ira Drake after a protracted illness of fourteen weeks duration passed out of this world into that beyond She boro her suffering with christian fortitude and resignation and when death camo sho welcomed it as a passport into that heavenly blisi Whoro tho wicked coase from troubling and then wo aro at rest Sho loaves a largo family of children somo of whom aro grown and a largo train of connection to lament hor loss Tho bereaved ones havo our profound sympathy Rov G 8 Dlckorman of Now Haven Conn superintendent of tho American Â¬ liFjbi iiiine n mr wmw- nv4 AND SAVE YOUR HOUSE MtoM mnm CHEAP SIMPLE RELIABLE BSSKBBSBjBmJHvl i HANDY Insurnnco may cover actual loss of goods burned but does nut pay for lime and trade lost whilo ro establislilng it business PREVENT THE FIRE WITH A STEMPEL J I 14 tf f V IB I Jrt l t District No 2 Stillwater and Holly bio whose illucs has been mentioned in 100 these columns will be gratified to learn For magistrate J N Chambers 12 For that she is now much better and bids John M Tester 84 R M Cecil 99 constable Frank Dunn fair to a speedy recovery District No SI Camptou and Torrent Tho old reliable Teots Hros show will For magistrate W II Duff 117 8 P give an exhibition at Hazel Clreen Sat- Howe 91 For constablo T 11 Hanksi urday lu no 2 for the benefit of Mizpah 111 Henry Campbell 92 lodge of Masons and at Camptou on Acmlomy Nottta Monday June 4 for the benefit of Cox Have you seen our colors lituol and logdo of that place green The town authorities are considering S F Hamilton will bo examined at tho feasibility of placing stone culverts Freiichburg tomorrow over all the streams in llnel Urccn and W 11 Allen has gone to Salyorsvillo it is generally conceded that it would bo to obtain a certiiicato to teach Let tho good work of im Â¬ a good move J M French leaves today for Stanton proving go forward to be ready for tho examinations tomor- Â¬ Robert Trimble of Trimble Bros Mt row Miss Mary Sartin is in West Llborty Sterling was tho guest of his sister Mrs 1 T Day of this place over Sunday this week for tho examination on tho 1st and after a Hying trip to Camptou in and 2nd proximo 11 C Lacy and others left this morn company with Dr Harris returned here and stopped with his sister Monday night ing for Winchester where Olay will speak on Friday evening V Cravens and W W T Caskey J 0 A Williams E W MeKinnoy and 0 Mize of tin place left today to Miss Lou Mnxoy have gone to French attend the oratorical content at Winches- burg to bo examined for certificates to ter tomorrow night and that they may teach bo fully prepared to give the college yell Tho annual social and fete will beheld they have been practicing on it for a on Saturday evening Juno 2 from 8 till week in the nearby woods 11 oclock All pupils of tho school are expected to be present Tho story of IVaree Amersons Will II Murphy Shiloh Swango 11 C soon to appear in Tin lluuun is one of the finest ever written for the Ameri Quicksall J K DoBusk W 11 Dellusk can press and those who miss it will Florence Quicksall Nannie Fields Nun indeed inks a rare treat Subscribe now nio Horil Ida Swango and others will if not already a Milweribor so that you leave tomorrow for Camptou to bo appli will be sure to get the opening chapteis cants for certificates to teach Rev I W Yancey of Oy nth hum will Alex HigKins colored was kicked on delivor the address to the school medals tho right knee by Mr Mizes hoise last grades will bo read will bo presented Saturday and has been suffering from a faro Dob says he announcements will bo made swollen limb ever since All will bo inter Wells will bo taken pulled the Dridlo of the horso and turned pemed with music instrumental and him loose when he wheeled ami playvocal Let everybody bo presont on fully kicked him but he says he dont Friday morning at 10 oclock Seo pro like that kind of play Programmes grammes of all exorcises meeting at the Presbyterian will be issued tomorrow Tho church in this place conducted by Hev Order of exercises for closing week Mr Ueddlnger of Anchorage and Hev Monday June 4 8 p m cntcrtniniiKint lames M Little the pastor is still in by pupils Tuesday Juno 6 8 p m progress Services are conducted each ontertalnmont by pupils Wednesday 8 p in young mens declamaafternoon and night and the congrega June tions are quite good considering that it tory contest Thursday Juno 7 8 p in is a busy time with tho young ladles declamatory contest Fri10 a m final exercises Wo wilhicxt week or the week follow day Juno 8 C Dem consisting of an address awarding med ing publish a letter from Mr L Â¬ liroe formerly of this county but now a als summary of work nnd announce Friends and resident of Florida which is unusually ments music and reports let patrons and aro invited to attend these interesting and instructive Other An admission feo of 10 cents tors from prominent persons in this and oxercises charged for each of the declama- Â¬ other states have been promised us and will bo Acadkmitk from tlmo to time wo will givo their tory conests voi7ru oounty nkwh views on current events Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ missionary association of tho Congrega fWSPENCER COOPER Hazol Groon Ky anont for Wolfe tional church of New York was in our Morgan Gouutios WTnll ami uo tho Littlu Womlur midst from Friday to Monday Ho was hero in tho interest of tho school at this plncc Wo had an educational meeting at tho court houso Saturday night It 11 13 and 15 W Main Street was well attended nnd considerable inter- Â¬ est manifested in tho future success of KY the school Rov Mr Dlckorman deliv- Â¬ S ered a locturo on tho subject of schools WHOLESALE AND RETAIL which was very highly complimented by TU irK0t olimipctt mul only Cusli SmroJ Wo wnnt your tnulo nml iir In Ioxinuton all who hoard it Ho gavo us n brief pripiirwl to mIiow you tm grcatm hoiocuoii history of tho origin nnd work of tho ofmxttlNiu tin city Ono lunjo room do- voted to Shoos ii soooml room ih tiled with association to which ho belongs and in Dry Oooiln Notion oto wliilo In tlio third tho courso of his remarks ho expressed room mo onrrv an immeiiNO Mtook of UoutH himself as being delighted with tho prosFiiriiUlilntf iimmIh Hutu etc To ascertain how iiiuiiy of tho renders of HiIn paper deal pect of tho school and predicted for it a with UK wo will allow a discount of ft per bright future Other woll timed nnd eoMt to any customer lirltiKlug UiIn inker tUeiuent whon they deal with in TIiIh of pointed speeches were inado by A F fer Hood for two months only Watch for Ryrd J 0 Lykins Z T Hurst nnd W prices in our now cliiuigc L Hurst Ramhikk 646 t ap and iRAGKXiW BTOKJD LEXTNOTON ttMM tmM yfomy w Â¬ Ho Nnvnr Citiue lluck Last Friday Mr F M Wllloughby of the Sidoviow neighborhood gavo Will Cautroll a young man who had been working for him a check on the Traders Deposit bank for 125 and carelessly wroto it with a pencil Tho young man camo to town went to tho storo of J Gordon on Maysvillo street nnd toujht an article or two and paid for them A few hours later he returned to the storo and showed Mr Gordon tho check which had been raised to 926 and offered to take one half of it in goods Mr Gordon ascertained that Mr Wll- Â¬ loughby was good and agreed to make the trade Cautroll selected a suit at 9 and n pair of shoes for 1 and took thorn out to try them on While ho was gone Mr Gordon went to the bank to see if the check was all right and was at once told that it had been raised As soon as Cautroll returned to the storo ho was told what tho bank o Ulcers said about tho cheek and Mr Gordon told him ho had better go to the bank and seo about it Cautroll put on a bold front and said ho would go around to James Rashs boarding house nnd pay for his dinner and would thon go up to the bank but ho never camo hack Neither did tho suit and pair of shoes Mr Willoughby was apprised of tho Ho could occurrence and came to town have been held legally for tho entire amount as his sigiiaturo was genu i no but Mr Gordon compromised tho matter with him for 028 Mr Willoughby is out T for his carelessness in writing a chock with n pencil and will not bo Can likely to do tho samo thing again troll has not boon apprehended Mt 0 66rt666 a a 9 1JI 0frfroo Ut your I M t4 XUXlVJXJiJU Iw oo jLlf1M w V X m e Beg ill me Tear Carpets Curtains Rugs tiro what Mioy hiumu lira ontry bo a resolution not to my until you Imvo soon ub for int Oil Cloths Mattings ThingH You will run no olinueo Thoro will ho no tlisappointmontfl in Htoro for you HUGH HICKS MANAOKR H7 N Hroudway UOXINUTON KV Â¬ DKALKU IN HARDWARE QUEENSWARE TINWARE And a Full Lino of Agricultural Implements Mitchell Wagons Owonsboro AVngons jMcConnitik Uinders and blowers Whiioloys Solid Stool Biiulors nnd Mowors Sllopnira kept in stock for iMcOonntok Whitoloy nnd Champion Machinery J ranger nnd Tiger liny lCnkos Avery nnd Malta Uoiiblo Shovel Plows Â¬ Â¬ 1 4 Â¬ 5 Â¬ Sterling Gazette fr Â¬ Â¬ xL HOWARD 8TAMPER Attornky-at-La- w The Best and Cheapest Cook Stoves and Ranges on the Market Glueensware at Cut Throat Prices MANTELS AND GRATES lt 1 Â¬ OAMPTON KY ni B Will praotioo In tho court of Wollo and the adjoining counties All biislncm entruntcil to our euro will receive prompt attention T O JOHNSON Camptou J A II 8WANOO Tho Fanners Friend JMt Haxel Green JOHNSON SWANGO W North Maysvillo Street Â¬ Storling Ky rm w M GHfrfc V ra v Town Marshal John Wilson lias been working the streets of Hiixul Gcun this week with all tho able Ixulietl male citi zonsof the town including those between eighteen and llfty years of aire and already tho town appears to havo a now dress Especially is this tho case where will tho old one has bcei ropalred and It not bo long until all of our streets will in bo as presontablo as any to bo found In our com any town of tho sixth elas mon wealth ltov James T Wlls or color preached at Leo City on Sunday last ho being tho ilrut colored minister that over delivered a Miriaon in that place His text was Let there Ud chapter Genesis 1st verso Jlelng blind tho preacher bo light can not see tho natural light of this world but according to our corrtwjxm dent ho had tho audionco to beliovo beforo tho close of tho sermon that ho could see spiritually with all true bollov Ho will preach at tho Methodist uro church In this placo today at 11 oclock ATTORNEYS-AT-LA- Campion Currency Rose of Lacy creek was in town Monday Rov J L West has been sick for sev- Â¬ eral days but as we understand Is im- Â¬ proving nicely J 0 Ellison of Catlottsburg repre Â¬ senting a queonswaro houso registered at the Ilollou houso Thursday W S Albright of Mlllorsburg agent for tho New York Life Insurance com pany was in town soveral days last week Robert Trimble of tho firm of Trimble wholesale grocers Mt Storllng Hros was in town Monday interviewing our Jos 1 Will praotlcu In tho Wolfe county ami cirCollection promptly in ado cuit court nml abstracts of title furnished on short As it is Springtime of course ovoryono will wnnt to olenn house nnd must liuvo notice J C T JulLLji OKALKR IN A New Carpet or Matting Window Shades or House Furnishing Goods Cheap Bedstond Hookers Pianos Organs Buroaus Tables Mattress nnd ovorything that you can 1ind in a first class Furnituro Houso Wo havo tho lar Â¬ gest lino of Carnots in Eastern Kontucky and our Furnituro is tho latest and at rock bottom prices Be suro to call and seo us Such ns Bodroom Suit Hardware Iron and KY Steel LEXINGTON D- - H00R CO at MASONIC TEMPLE merchants Our primary election Saturday passed Wo had two off quietly and smoothly for justice of tho peace aud candidates two for tho constables placo W R Dull and 8 1 Howe measured swords for tho justlcoa offico and T II Hanks and Henry Campbell engaged In a friendly whirl for tho ofilco of high con- Â¬ stable Duff and Hanks were nominated BEN WILLIAMSON Hardware Cutlery OATLErrenuRo c ky Sole agency for South Hetid Plows dwon BMranb Mt Sterling Ky HOLBS JOJe t QMOCBMMt r MT TJR J F iliffLLI LOOKHART ji TRIMBLE BROTHERS STERLING KY DKBreXftVp Wh KY A I -- - ij i w jl Hazel Green HAZEL GRI2EN R- - r S - Herald KENTUCKY THE DEMOCRATIC AIM RIOT BREEDER i Â¬ AMftrieaa fAherera lMmffeti by th Pro Tariff Iteferm NetTMwry for thr Proteo A SPENCER COOPER Publisher tection TPeliey a MODERN COURAGF the IHnntl Order mill Tlmy t ho j I1rti ll An- Horoc In the social clmnges thai hnvc iaktsn place since the dnya of hund to phyHlcnl courage hand combats though still appreciated on oecasloiiH when thore Is opportunity for Its rnnnl festutiou is less valued than moral tourutfe Munlcind is becoming less brutal more spiritual and in the course of tho chanpo sots hiphcr and higher values on those qualities that are spiritual But man Is very far yet frcm being a spiritual bolnp and there arc scores of itncn who have physical ourago to one who has moral courage There aro for example armies of men who would dlo In battle without a thought about tho purpose of their sacrifice If appeals should bo mado to f - fits Perhaps there is no more serious man aco to American institutions than is to bo found in tho conditions prevailing In tho mining district of Pennsylvania where tho late riots havo thrown an extensive community into a state of terror and almost of anarchy Tho latest phase of tho strike is that the IIuuh and Slavs accuse tho Irish and Germans of having worked up the riots In order to create prejudico ngainst the former and thus sccuro their expulsion from tlie region Thus tho conflict is scon to bo one in which foreign popu- Â¬ lations fight out their national differ Â¬ Under our high protcctlvo system wo havo carefully excluded tho product of tho pauper labor o Europe but wo havo thrown wide our gate to tho paupers themselves and tho American laborer has no protection against the competition of a class of men whoso antecedents and uatlvo surroundings render them dangerous to free institu Â¬ tions as well as Incapable of properly assuming tho responsibilities of Ameri- Â¬ can citizenship Tho Poles the Huns tho Italians tho Russian Jews come among us and establish their own com- Â¬ munities They drive out tho Amer Â¬ ican laborer because thoy are accus tomed to llvo more meanly than lie and will work for less wages than he Tho protectionists who hire them pro tend that their object in asking protec- Â¬ Â¬ ences k N 1 LCI M would face the obloquj of tho world to support an unpopular principle they believed to bo true Not many men have tho courage to say I dont know when they aro Ignorant and fewer yet aro morally bravo enough to acknowledge their error when thoy have committed a wrong In the now sivlliation the modern kind of courage Is moro and more needed and is be Â¬ ginning to bo appreciated After all It is only the courage that comes of de votion to truth It is perhaps a relic of brute Instinct taking a new form that makes more men pretenders and braggarts Many animals swell tliem selvos up spread their bristles or utter loud roirs to aitright their enemies by appearing moro formidable than they really aro And men have learned tho same I rick They employed it like brules when physical combats were common and now that the implements of war hnve been laid aside and men meet together in conflicts of wit thoy still resort to proteoses and braggart ilhihiunt The lions of society are very often little better than cats but for their roar and some of the supposed leaders of thought become very ordinary mortals when one penetrates their dis guises It requires somo moral cour ago to throw off such disguises and to appear in ones true character without the roar and acknowledging ones ignorance But modern courage is ex hibited In this Its absolute adherence to truth Tho man who is guided by the lovo of tnith and justice be Â¬ comes a positive force in tho world Ho may go wrong at times by accident but his moral courage enables him to correct his errors of judgment-- He does not hesitate to apologize oven to his inferiors when convinced that ho hod dono them a wrong and tho cour age that enables him to do this quali Acs him to contend with thoso above him when convinced that ho t right Thore ore few men of this stamp in the world but they are de serving of special honor for thoy aro helping to develop spiritual traits re moving mankind farther and farther from the bruto creation Thcro will never bo any luck of physical cou rage while moral courage exists is but physical courage alone no sign of high and noble nat ure Tho dajs of the arena have almost passed away but courage and tho love of it remain Now however tho men of courage aro thoso that dure stand for tho truth who in word and in action set themselves against all shams and pretenses and in their dealings with their fellow men though in doing so thoy may suitor a temporary Those aro destined to disadvantage become tho heroes of a now era in the spiritual development of the human race Baltimoro Sun Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ their brute instincts but fow indeed who Tho most serious objections offered against tho new tariff bill aro that it changes tho method of levying tax from specific to ad valorem duties II is not surprising that tho protectionists should assume this attitude in relation to tho question Thus interest in the subject is not in behalf of the laboring people but for tho purpose of shifting tho burdens of government from the shoulders of tho rich nnd imposing them on tho backs of tho poor Tho prctonso Is that tariff taxation is designed to protect labor Neverthe Â¬ less tho duties are levied by tho Mc Kluloy bill on articles by tho yard or pound or other fixed quantity Thus the costly article used by tho wealthy Is taxed little or no more than tho cheaper or inferior product consumed by tho poor The proportion of taxes gathered from thoso least ablo to pay is consequently greater and correspond- Â¬ ingly moro onerous The aim of the pending bill is to correct this obvious error and manifest in- Â¬ justice It is true that specific duties aro retained on some articles but tho democratic principle of porfect equality in taxation is properly tho guiding purpose of thoso supporting tho reform measure No circumstances should bo permitted to change this condition and any amendments should bo in the direction of strengthening and emphasizing it Kansas City Times Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tlon of Labor BSB2JrnBV ulnHB SRHuiLiBBBt BHEsS5sBHVviBKlniJtlV59laE2B BBBBBBEES51SJ BBMBBBMp3B3BfiJYiVMyK CTjy nSi illFBiliillAfe J T Mrs Alex Robortson of Half Rock Mer-Â¬ For twenty years I cer Co Mo writes suffered with womb diseaso and most of tho time I was in constant pain which rendcrod I cannot express what lifo a great burden I suffered I had eight doctors and all tho medicine I had from them failed tho ona after tho other I was nervous cold hands and feet palpitation headache backacho constipation lou corrhea and no appetite with bearing down 1 cot so weak I could not walk Piorcos Favorlto Prescription about a year pains ngo For years I havo suffered with falling around I had to keep my bed thinking I and ulceration of tho womb but to dny 1 would novcr get any hotter Ono day my husband got ono of your little am enjoying perfect health Ho said there was books and read it to mo I took four bottles of tho Prescription doing and two of Dr Piorcos Golden Medical Dis- Â¬ nothing Piorcosmo any good I said I would Favorite Prescription I did covery Every lady suffering from female try Dr Â¬ first fow weeks my try it try tho Proscription and tite was After tho was ablo to sit up inappeweakness should bed bettor I Golden Medical Discovery I wroto to tho Worlds Dispensary Medical Miss Mary J Tanner North Lawrence Association at Buffalo N Y and described I was my caso thoy sent me a book on womans St Lawronco Co N Y writes sick for four years For two years I could diseases I read carefully and followed the do no work I had five different physicians directions as near as I could and took the who pronounced my caso a poor or impov- Â¬ medicino for two years With tho blessing erished condition of the blood nnd utcrino of God and your medicines 1 am entirely troublo I suffered a great deal with pain in cured That was three years ago both sides and much tonderness on pressing Yours truly over tho womb I bloated nt times In my bowels and limbs was troubled with leu corrhea I could not sleep and was troub- Â¬ led with palpitation of tho heart Suffered Favorite Prescription is a positive cure a great doal of pain In my head temples forehead and oyes I had a troublesomo for tho most complicated and obstinate casesÂ¬ mencough raised a great deal and at times ex Â¬ of loucorrhea excessivo flowing painful irreg- Â¬ perienced a Rood deal of pain in my chest struation unnatural suppressions and and lungs My voico at times was very weak ularities prolapsus or falling of tho womb femalo I suffered oxcruclatlng monthly periodical weak back bearing weakness anteversion Â¬ down sencatlons chronpains Sinco taking soven bottles of Dr retroversion Piorcos Favorite Prescription somo tirao ago ic congestion inflammation and ulceration of inflammation pain I havo enjoyed hotter health than I hnvo for tho womb accompanied with and tenderness internal heat in ovaries moro than four years previously in fact for several months past I havo been ablo to Tho Book 1G3 pages Illustrated referred to work at sowing I hnvo gained in weight above is sent sealed secure from observation thirty nino pounds sinco taking your medi- Â¬ in plain cnvelono for ton cents in stamps to Tho Book points cines tho soreness nnd pain havo disap- Â¬ pay postage Writoforit peared Yours truly oat tho moans of successful Homo Treatment for all tho peculiar weaknesses and distressing diseases incident to women Address Worlds DisjKnsary Medical Association Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute Buffalo N Y SOWING THE SEED If your nearest best nnd most esteemed neighbors had written tho following lottors thoy could bo no moro worthy of your con- Â¬ fidence than thoy now aro coming ns thoy do from well known Intelligent nnd trust- Â¬ worthy citizens who In tholr several neigh- Â¬ borhoods enjoy tho fullest confldonco and respect of all Sirs F L Innmn of Mnnton Wexford Co Mich whoso portrait heads this article writes ns follows I began taking Dr Â¬ ft 1 - S0 V -- smw v v - rr- - f Cm- - w K i fer iw THE HARVEST tion Is chiefly to make wages higher and Tom Heed of Maine who is the spokesman of this party announces a new school of political ocqnomy which makes wages the measure of a coun trys prosperity because he says un less wages are high wage oarners will not spend much money That is the whole argument offered by him Yet In tho most highly protected region of tho United States labor riots aro of more frequent occurronco than any Â¬ where elso In tho land and these riots aro Invariably tho work of pauper Europeans who havo come hero to bo employed by tho men whoso solicitude for the wages of labor does not prevent their employing this troublesome and irresponsible class because this class works for less wages than our own peo- Â¬ ple will woric for It is a serious question this grafting onto the Anglo Saxon stock of tho Inferior aud deteriorated races of Europe Tho men and women who nvule Amer Â¬ ica great wero not bred from that clfiss of Europeans who supply tho rioters and the anarchists of the world The infusion of such blood can only do harm as harm it has already doijo This country welcomes honest men men capable of comprehending whut it means to bo a member of a common wealth that guarantees Individual lib erty to every member but It has no placn for tho ignorant hordes whoso in stincts rise little higher than those of hungry wolves Louisville Courier Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- TWO NEW RECIPES f housokeopors an appetizing and ef ieetive relish will be found particular ly acceptable at Sunday night tea 01 at any day luncheon It is mado from a can of strained tomatoes Soasot the juico well remembering that to matoes stand generous salting and add hot to a half box of dissolved gelatine Servo it when sot wltl celory mayonnaise cold slaw lettuce salad of anything that sliced tomatoet would bo offered with A particularly suitablo accompani ment to this delicacy is celory cheese Take a head of colcry wash thorough ly and boil until tender drain well and gut up into small pieces Have ready half a pint of creamy and drawr butter add pepper salt and an ounct of grated cheese to it put the coler3 into the sanco for a few minutes ther fill buttered scollop shells with the mixture scatter grated oheoso over tht top and bake for ten minutes in a quick oven when tho checso should bo venly browned N Y Times Thu 3roblm is this domestic problem thai What four-dollar-awo- They Are n Good Pulr to Paitte In tin Ilauk of a Cook Unok Tomato jelly Is a positive find for al And another cleaning in the old- vour wav flf fashioned way with soap the necessary rubbing takes off the paint along with the dirt but this is very tiresome work You ought to do your house cleaning with Chicago Herald Pearlme that s the modern I and way r m nomical easiest takes most eco- u- - in i Jtcpultlicuii I Ids sssp Itf away the way mm Every intelligent person knows that dirt easily and leaves the paint 1 for the past two years the republican newspapers of tho country almost Saves rubbing saves work without exception havo been assorting saves time saves whatever is that tho public debt was decreased cleaned Use Pearline with under UurrisouMby ajmueh larger amount than under Cleveland Tho cs doesnt hurt If out soap on anything that water amount usually given is 75000000 SSsA I vwf Thats a good way easy too is to do Sit down on it before it is dry To Remove Paint Texas Siftings Â¬ xWrM Jl any correspondent questions and asks for tho llgures lm Is given those of a bonded debt tho republican editor paying no attention to the incrcaso in tho unbonded debt This erroneous statement has been reiterated so often that there is no republican and hardly a democrat who has not accepted it as true It is useless to show a republic an that ho has boqn lied to Lies aro his daily food But there is no reason at the present time when ho is not ex- Â¬ cited over political matters why he should not havo a little truth thrown at him aud the proof that the public debt was decreased under Cleveland WJ000000 moro than under Harrison nuidejjp phiiiulhat tho next time ho as Â¬ serts tub ooiitrury lit will give him u pain in the neck N Y World Â¬ -- ilfcitaifliB Young Wives Who Aro for the First Time to Undergo Womans Severest Trial we offer A remedy which if used as directed a few weeks before mothers Friend con- Â¬ Â¬ M 4 -- - injf Gmvlolvlnley Â¬ Â¬ we hear so much about The effort of a jjlrl p got a T At Journal place X Judge v V tyMy Hhtwg Vimnsfsrr Not ultiry flfll BfHIlUKi h U olffartej ot Chloufiro sir I work lu Tribune i President Cleveland has made a very good bcglnnlug in tho work of pension reform Nothing elso he has done Is so gonbrally approved aud he should not allow the threats of tho MeKin leys Minneapolis bid for beneficiaries of fraud to Intimidate him from proceeding until ho can the presidency will bo sure to start up tho California discussion oftonstitu- JT I World N Y World I tional law tract to carry out with tho state of Oh before he cau givo his time and at Â¬ tention to mooting n call of the dear po plo which ho has so distinctly heard It is out of ptinvKpoei33 of heart that ho appears nt all tho big reÂ¬ publican rallies pnts iql nt tho best hotels and condescends to tulle with all tho newspaper inch who culL Yet the major Is not campaigning He is per forming the onerous duties incident to his high position o trust Detroit Free Press JosteriniiIy Is faoC not campaign- - Hojulscfon finement robs it of its Pain Horror and Risk to Life of both mother and child as thousands who have used it t stify I used two bottles of Mothers Friend with marvelous results and wish every woman who has to pass through the ordeal of child birth to know if they use Mothers Friend for a few weeks it will rob confinement of Arm and suffering and insure safety to life of mother and child Mrs Sam Hamilton Eureka Springs fVW fW B COLCHESTER RUBBER COS SPADING B00I HVouWaatFkt ClMArki mNwHmM OX33J1AX 30L Millions or ACRES In Minnesota MOii Turin imxoiei ZJtna Irinlwi Vall nt cbarKe prepaid on receipt of price 8180 per bottle Sold by all DrugglaU HIUDFIELD REGULATOR CO Atlxhta Oa Ark Book to Mothers mailed free containing voluntary testimonials VP88 J- - QRTHBft PACING FREC rnnu GOVERNMENT jh ana Oj LANDS - PL groat 8TLfcTiBSJ -- j tjc 3Z3 KynT vzmiwF fWl -- - n -- - m S i f iV- jhi t wmmmfwr i a j g c vAtft1- - m PvJRlM T dr rMr wif 3 uZJ T r v 1 v - o llall r -- kJ n wt 4b i4i al j w r AGRICULTURAL HINTS v L f A The soil was well tlle drained and fertilized with stable manure The fruits tested were given no winter protection The most productive blackberry at the station in ISO was found to be tlie Dorchester an old variety much es teemed in some localities for the pro ductiveness and quality of the fruit Ancient Hritton which ranked second gave excellent medium sized fruit Early Harvest made a good record though apt to be Injured by winter Agawam proved fourth in productive- Â¬ ness and is considered one of the most valuable varieties tested at the station Amongdewberries the Lueretla yield ed the best and largest crop The fruit is however inferior in Uavor and quali Â¬ to the blackberry spring MO rods distant A hydraulic ty Thethat ofproductive most blackcap at the ram forces the water over a hill 50 feet station was the Mills No 7 It would bitfh The milk goes to Chicago ami appear to be as hardy as the Shaitcr and on account of its very large size line appearance good quality and pro ductiveness should prove to be a de Â¬ -- JTt uiau sirable acquisition to the black raspberry list Mills No 15 Hilborn and Sprays Early came next in the order mmm hii IJW 3 named in productiveness The Columbian Shaffer and Cardinal were found to be the most productive of the purple raspberries while among the red the Cuthbjrt proved the most prolilic The latter holds first rank as a market berry against all newcomers The Hoyal Church Uok second place This is a late variety and is recom Â¬ mended as worthy of trial for the late home garden as is the Pomona for early fruit The Turner while not equal to the Cuthbort is more hardy and consequently valuable for many localities where the latter does not sucA MtlK CAlUttrH ceed water tanks are necessary to cool it Among the and keep 41 sweet All creamery Vermont ami white raspberries the most patrons should use these cooling tanks productive Caroline proved the rnukg while the Champlain They will also keep the milk from freezing in winter Ordinarily the tank high for Uavor and quality can be filled by a windmill or tread THE CODLING MOTH power running the water for stock DepredutloiiH Can Ite Averted b right through the milk tank In this It Currul SprajtiiK Only way there is no wsiste either of water The illustration represents the worm or of labor There are other eases in which a carrier would be a great con Â¬ of the codling moth as it is found in venience Such an apparatus could be the matured apple The injury and used for carrying swill for hogs as the loss occasioned by this insect has been i carrier can be placed high enough to very 4enly felt iu almost all fruit pass over fences if necessary Other growing regions The female begins Orange to lay eggs in the calyx of the blossom cases will suggest themselves about two weeks after the blossoms Judd Farmer first appear From the egg hatches a ABOUT MILK FEVER MILK CARRIER Contrivance for Carrying Milk rrom Ilira to Mllklroiifip Our illustration shows tin apparatus roronvoying inlllc from the barn to the mlTRhouse It resembles the well knojyn hay carriers In principle and a11 w vlmt labor savers hey are Thisfts a sketch from life made by the dairy editor on a recent visit to the aiilU produclng district of Illinois The carrier runs on a half inch wire cable This cable is 270 feet lonp and Is atÂ¬ tached to the barn at one end and to posts at the other as shown Heforc constructing this apparatus it was hard work to get the milk front the barn to the milkhouse now the men can milk the entire herd and one of them leads thescans of milk to the milk house as hevtould lead a pot colt The milk house not shown iu the cut Is close beside the taller post Uy the way it Is supplied with running1 water from a SIMPLE THE BEST BERRIES KrpiTlmcntR to Determine the Mint Pro cluctlve anil Jliiril Variolic The results of the recent tests of blackberries dewberries and raspber Â¬ ries are given in bulletin No 08 of the Geneva N Y rather a stiff clay loam station Â¬ Â¬ oldest grave digger in Passaic county J brought to light an agreement jittered into fifty years ago when Un Â¬ dertaker Hiram Gould interred the lirst body in tho Sandy Hill cemetery Ulell who was then the only gravo ligger in the neighborhood agreed vlth Mr Gould to dig his grave and lrive his hearse if the undertaker should die first Mr Gould made tho tame agreement with Odcll and also said he would pay the funeral ex Â¬ penses if Odcll died poor Odoll visited Goulds establishment about a year ago and said he had saved enough to pay for his funeral and turned the money over to the undertaker Odcll lied a few days ago Mr Gould who is nearly eighty years old dug tho aft jruvo diggers gravo and drove the hearse to the cemetery N Y Press i Agreed to Dig Kitctt Other Grave The recent death of Jack Odoll the ryBJJ I OM Qjcil f -- 1 Ik M Ji T bbW w I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 fiess IMlT In 1079 John Peters published in ridicule of classical learning a treatise entitled A new way to make Latin verses whereby anyono of ordinary capacity that only knows the A 1 C 5b and can count time though ho under- Â¬ stand not one word of Latin or what a verse means may be plainby taught to make thousands of hexameter aud pon tameter verses which shall bo true Latin truo verse and good sense m AU It H j j I SmithWhat did you do with that letter that was on my table Colored Valet I tuck it to de pos oflls Did you sab and put it in de hole not see that there was no address on I saw dar was no writ the envelop in on de volon but I Mowed ver did dat on poposc so I couldnt tell who yer was writin to Ps an eddicatcd niggah I is Texas hit tings Gus de other powders are cheaper made and in- ferior and leave either acid or alkali in the food ROYAL BAKING S Eg mbIp ei CS i i f 4 jig POWDER CO lo6 WALL ST NEW YORK 1 Â¬ The potters wheel was known to the Greeks of the fourth century bofqre Christ The vksos were first turndd then glazed and ourncd then painted and burned aM to Ux the colors you anything A closu friend Tho ono who never loijd Philadelphia Record Lena Fred didnt blow his brains out because you jilted him tho other night tho came and proposed to mo Maud Did he I Then ho must havo got rid of them in somo other way Bt Louis llumorlst JonxNin Mamma I heard tho preacher say to day that matches woro made in Heaven Is it bo Mamma Of course Why not Well I dont see any Johnnie ubo for matches Theres no night there You ought to fel ashamed His Motiieh of yourself lighting llttlo Johnny Nay borsl Tommy I do mamma ho llokod mo Chlcago Record Yks hos my dog Ho answers to th namo of Jowlcr How can ho answor U It Youvo cut his tall clear off Chlcag - l Tribune A Month Before Calving Time Heuln a Cool in Diet v Av At least a month before the calving time says the American Cultivator it is well to begin the cooling diet which will keep the system open and ui Grain clogged by heating material and other eating rations should be gradually reduced in quantity not vnl denly so as to allect the aninitn health but slowly dropping oil a little each day Only a limited amount of meal and rich blood making foods should be given and the cows should be encouraged to eat food that will be Slops roots cooling to the blood good hay and mashes of bran are in Â¬ In clined to keep the bowels open foyer the bowels are always very milk constipated and it is sometimes impos sible to obtain a passage from them Hy preventing any hucIi clogging of the bowels beforehand the condition can Â¬ not be made possible after the calving About ten days to two weeks before the period of dropping the calf a purge of epsom salts should be administered in sufllcicut doses to cause a good movement of the bowels The bowels must be kept free and in good working order up to the time of delivering If the animal approaches the critical period in this condition the danger of milk fever is very slight and not one case in a hundred will show any de cided symptoms of the disease The prevention invariably gives the best results without calling in a doctor while the development of the disease itself entails the expense of a doctor and very often endangers the loss of a valuable animal The writer has had enough experience with the fatal dis raso to warn dairymen to be on the lookout for it before it has actually de Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Thomas I see that tho D L fc W rail- Â¬ TnE worn out clock usually comes to an untimely end road had an accident yesterdav What does D L and W stand for Dead living and wounded sir Hallo I alwats did enjoyan Intellectual roast said tho cannibal as no ate tho Yale man Tnnnn is more Catarrh in this section of Life tho country than all other diseases put to- Â¬ Tons carpets are not good to danco on al- gether toand until tho last lew years was sup Imj posed great many though thoy aro ready to trip tho light fan- years doctorsIncurable For aalocal disease pronounced it tastic too Picayune and prescribed local remedies and by constantly falling to cure with local treatment Thats what I get for my pains sobbed pronounced itiucurablc Science has proven boy as he swallowed a doso of cas- catarrh to ho a constitutional diseaso and tho small tor oil Philadelphia Hecord therefore requires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by P J What is a tangont You may Cheney Co Toledo Ohio Is tho only con- Â¬ Teacheii A gent who stitutional cure on tho market James answer James It Is taken internally In doses from 10 drops to a toa runs a tanyard spoonful It acts directly on tho blood and The man who Is too fond of his anto usu mucous surfaces of tho system Thoy offer ono hundred dollars for any caso It falls to ally makes tho acquaintance of his uncle cure Send for circulars and testimonials Texas Siftings Address F J CnrcVKY it Co Toledo O f3rSold hy Druggists 75c tho amount of talking a man does It isnt him a boro Halls Family Fills il cents ho that makes its the amount doesnt say while he talks Wuat have you decided to give Tom for his birthday Mrs Tom A nice collar TjOM How old is your sister Mabel and ciin box It will bo so convenient to Nod Her count do you mean or family keep buttons and thread and scissors iu Bihle record Somervillo Journal Inter Cvonu Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Bee old Bnobsons wife in hoj Bokelet IC putting on nirsl Snoreley Im glai to seo that sho has put on aoraothwgrv- Hallo HI r J I 41 FaUe Guides Are thoy who rocommond tho use sf mercury to tho bilious and rullible indeed aro thos who follow such advice Blue pill and calo- Â¬ mel poison the system Hostetters Stomach Bitters Is u safe substitute for such dangerous drugs Thoy arouso tho Hvor when in aotivo most effectually and promote not im- Â¬ peril general health Constipation malaria dyspepsia rheumatism yield to the Bitters Â¬ An Irish lawyer said to a witness Yonre a nice fellow aint youl Witness replied lam sir and if I was not on myoathl4 say tho same of you Oakland Enquirer Abraham Llacola 8NrtN An Illustrated book unmarred by adver tising containing stories and anecdotes toli by Abraham Lincoln rnaay heretofore un published will bo sent free to every pcrsoa sending his or hor address to the Lincoln Tea Co Ft Wayne Ind imii ii Caller I suppose you want Robbie to follow In his fathers footsteps and Mother Well I Bhould hope not Hols horribly pigoon toed I TUT WOKK OK TIIK CODMNO MOTH It was a Manitoba high school boy who The Public Awards tho Palm to Hales of Horehound said there wore four zones frigid horrid Honey Toothacho Dropsand Tar for coughs Cure in ono minute Pikes temperate aud intemperate WiiEVovru you want inviyiblo blue Just Is this real strawberry Ice cream Mercy no Ive fouud several ber- try to find a policeman Madge Inter Ocean ries iu it Â¬ Browns Bronciiial Troches are widely known as an udmirablo romedy foi Hoarseness Coughs and Throat troubles Â¬ Horn Prejudice si blind from birth Rama 31 three fourths of an inch in length Then it usually leaves the apple to find a crevice in the bark where it spins a Bt and by the American Indians will havo cocoon and enters the pupa stage nothing but mental roservations to stand on silken PIcoyuuo Two weeks later it emerges as a moth like the one which laid the original egg The experience of horticulturists has been that the injury caused by this insect can only be averted by careful spraying A PROFITABLE CROP When caterpillar which pierces the skin ol the fruit and eats its way toward the center It feeds upon the pulp around the core until it finishes its caterpillar growth at which timo it is about Almost every woman we know would liko to know what some other woman has got to bo so proud of Atchison Globe T JACOBS OIL Jillsok says that consldored on a laryo scale the balance of trade Is largely In favor 6f tho coal dealer -- Buffalo Courier Perfect Gura of BURNS BRUISES SCALDS CUTS AND WOUNDS THE POT INSULTED THE KETTLE BECAUSE THE COOK HAD NOT USED I m rroprrly CultlvaU d There U Hldomltlo Money In Onions Con- - veloped DAIRY SUGGESTIONS Honks t KV if buried pear the grapevine Old boots ami shoes may be utilized in the same way llf by accident you havo a poor tub of butter dont put your brand upon it but send it off and let it be sold on its merits have experience and scientific knowl Â¬ 1 In nearly all cases the earlier tho edge to make it successful fruit is thinned the better It is not a Hut some farmers do succeed and good plan to allow the trees to mature others muy What one can do another too much fruit can if he will The onion grower must Hoot pruning is done by taking a determine to succeed and back up his sharp spade and digging a circle around determination with au invincible will ho stbm of tho tree deep enough to and then he may get rtM to HW bushels cutoff a portion of the roots St Louis of bulbs to tho acre One acre is betRepublic ter to begin with until one learns how Poon help in the dairy is worse than to keep the weeds down Colmans Jo help at all Milkers or butter makers Rural World the crossroads cnnt be picked up atexperience fidel It Is not wise to take any cream from hebtisineas requires milk that is to be made into cheese iiyjunt patience roputation is a good help in There may be a small per cent gain by Aood making butter so when you get it the operation but it will be followed by dotit fpr tho vrorld blast it by sending a damaged reputation that it will take nff n nackane of poor butter when I a long time to outgrow so that in the t alumna nt a crniid tmntntnei end it will be a losing business Yoiei I Farmer gottipg It make a good fertilizer One of the most profitable of the small special farm crops is onions They have always been so Doubtless the reason is that skill is needed to grow a good vrop and it is as easy as fiillinii- nft n Inir to mnkn a moss nf tho job and find the crop to bo smothered iu weeds before the little onions are to be seen Then the time taken to save tho crop is lost as effectively as if try Â¬ ing to bring a dead man to life again The crop is not worth the cost of saving The land must be cleaned l3 previous cultivation and well manured with old manure free from seeds of weeds or by fertilizers which is the better way The seed must be good It is no use trying home grown seed This kind of seed produces more senlllons than any thing else for seed growing of any kind is a speelal business that must - GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS SAPOLIO SHOULD be used in every KITCHEN xiaii cquda cuMnm work condnjj from y tcai IMEHIM In to l world value lor the money Name and price the on the bottom livery mum ukc flfiealiesW warranicu lpaperno lor lull e M e local description of our complete lyniwjitKiPi lines tor laaies and gea ucmen or send lor II- V yViU3UaurS-r-n-r- SAPOLIO W i 1 t DOUGIAS 8l SIIOK ryiM e CO -- a tj J 3 u A mUT rt o s luitrattd Catalogut miV KNOWLEDGE Â¬ Â¬ o S2 E tx Postipc fre Brings comfort and improvement and dtrhrmail dealers who push our shoes bargain of tends to personal enjoyment when o t oaH rightly used Tho many who live bet- Â¬ ter than others and enjoy life more with TRACTION AND PORTABLE less expenditure by more promptly adapting tho worlds best products to tho needs of physical being will attest the value to health of tho pure liquid S2 s laxative principles embraced in the mkmThrcshcrs and Horse Powers remedy Svrup of Figs HWHWrite fbr IlluetTsUsdCtUlojru TrMlalfrM tnalltd Pres rmiMifCtmxii Its excellence is due to its presenting M RUM ELY GO LA PORTE IND wkliTmUbl in tho form most acceptable and pleas Â¬ UsiMh IUt curc4 nssy li ant to the taste tho refreshing and truly Md CMM M beneficial properties of n perfect lax- Â¬ noun hlepthet rre tnt cUm trptM cHnH n1 In ten rftys st UftirtwU4 fiUtrnfWut sr Ml ative effectually cleansing the system O Df tllBBUl rstHtcnlttM CUIM IMt FRKK dispelling colds headaches and fevers ana permanently curing constipation 38tBScorchr581b --X MW It has given satisfaction to millions and ratMiatir tmtti clincher cneuEBtla lira Wimnti m Mm plMtor met with the approval of the medical qtiAl to n bicycle built reKtrdleitotprlee Cta jiakku rm royM Jokk profession because it acts on the Kid Â¬ tree Agents wanted In ererr tews neys Liver and Bowels without weak Â¬ Indiana JJleyelo Co No Z St TBflsaipolUJhuL ening them and it is perfectly free from ACRES OF LAND cvory objectionable substance mmi lllBltlniittHriBTii fl niT UtlBHi Â¬ Synrp of Figs is for sale by all drug ftmrrra gists in 00c and 1 bottles but it is man- Â¬ COMPANY la MiasMoU gend for lift b4 ufactured by the California Fig Syrup Circulars Tbey wlllbeit toyeu Co only whose name is printed on every A N Jt r wBRT L i pactago also the name Syrup of Figs wmxH WHiTytHLvm gUMtmw and being well informed you will not AddrMs HOPEWELL CLARKE tato the fU urn Hm Accept any ubetituto if oCfcred Laad CHuiMMr it Mw -- UTUTUnil t hiII can You structtons how to or get the beat rNGINES RUM ELY i 1000000 W i DROPSY ry vl m Hf mtsmivwzisszzz Koft GANGERr titranin tetbsWtell V Pl d 4 - - - s tliMi nutria i ri ir JMP w a t Ttffwt 1mrJ M4NlfpM cxx J MOMMtTMXIF OAlTUKKD f FKKSH OUTItKKAK IN HAUL AN ft r v 1 1 ut i ir K T Hnve linen Killed In Wltk A Nato Tlirnn Men KMrt ef OhIIhWa h rinnpoiHtn Itnttle Wkiit is thought to bo an important A battle took placo on Martins Fork Harlan county in which three men arc Arrest wm madt by Detect vo J II Will Send in your order before the supply runs out ofCloverport on the 23d Inst A Gran said to havo been killed outright and Best thing on the market for the money ger riding a good young horso arrived two others reported wounded one day LEXINGTON KENTUCKY OUSTOM HOUSE SQUARE there and instead of going to n livery last week Tho men said to havo been stable he sought lodging for his horso at killed are Sinolare Middleton James a negro house in the suburbs of the town Middlcton jr and II Shacklcford Tho He was a whito man and his actions threo survivors are Gilbert Saylor Noblo excited the suspicions of the negro who Honsley and Hurt Henslcy jr It is KY 12 W informed Detective Wills of tho strangers thought that one or two of the survivors Ilogulnr Monla 25 conts Meals to order nt nil hours Broakfnst from 5 to 9 u m Dinnor from presence Wills saw the man and tried wore wounded Tho three men who wero Suppor from 5 to 9 p in to buy his horse The horso was for killed were all on tho samo side and it 10 a m to 8 p m sale and the conflicting accounts tho is said that thoy were attacked unarmed stranger gave of his identity and how ho Thero has been bad blood oxisting bo came by the animal soon convinced the twecn tho parties for somo time but tho immediato cause of tho trouble aroso detective that the horso was stolon Ho placed tho in nn under arrest Tho nbout Gilbert Saylors wife Tho three stranger after giving several names taid men Had not been arrested at last ac ho was John Henry Dorscy of Jefferson counts but tho Blicrifl and posso had ville Ind Tho authorities at Jefferson started out for Harlan Courthouse for villo wore communicated with and thoy that purpose 18 20 and 22 N UPPER STREET LEXINGTON KY X stated that Dorsoy was known there Again we call tho attention of our far 1 While this investigation was going on a mcr friends who arc growing tobacco to man camo into Jcffersonvillo from tho fact that W W Reed of Mt Ster- Â¬ Oharlcstown Ind and informed tho off- ling handles tho finest fertilizer for this icers that he was on the hunt of a stolen especial crop to bo found anywhere and -- MILLINERY AMD DRESS MAKING horse Tho description given exactly our advice to them is that they buy a tallied with tho horso that Dorsoy wan supply of him and give it a trial Wo riding and Wills was told to hold both used to think it was nonsense to spend Goods horso and man that the owner would bo money for fertilizer but a few years Opera House Block after it on the first train since while living on tho Eastern Shoro Dorscy was then placed in the Clover of Virginia wo had our eyes opened to KY lTR CUSTOMERS rocognizo tho fnct thnt wo nro giving port jail and when ho was told that tho the importance of it There every forthe bost vnluo and showing tho largest assortment of owner of tho horso was coming ho con mer uses mora or lees fertilizer and the NTov and Soasonablo Dross Goods Silks Novelties Vel- Â¬ fessed Ho said that on Sunday night man who uses tho most is invariably tho vets and Millinery of any house in Kontucky Silks prior two men named Vincent and Mur one who has the most money at tho end A new and carefully select- Â¬ from China India and Janan such stvles were never ray respectably camo to him in Teller of the season A good fertilizer and shown such beauties wero novor soon prices wore nevor so low Seo Honvillc with two horHes and wanted that is the kind Mr Heed sells will not ed Stock of the tho great variety and novolty in our French Silks Satin Duchess him to take otio of them and run it away only increase the production of tobacco Moire Antique Brocades Stripes Poau do Soio Zanzibars and Cha and soil it This he agreed to do and but it also increases its weight and in inoloon ollVcts eM404444444WM4mt Have every woavo known to the most famous makers consequently Murray gavo him the horse this section where light tobacco is tho in Europe Our Grenadines nro a spocialty and our pnttorns can bo he was riding Dorsey says thnt Murray rule that is a consideration Fertilizer is found no whom elso and Vincent belong to tho old El lard to tho fanner what advertising is to tho Our Sprint Woolens nro beautiful and our imnortntions are the gang of liorso thieves who have been business man and prosperous ones in the latest our stock tho largest nnd most varied our stylos unequnlod in Kentucky and Indiana of two classes are invariably tho ones who and operating prices that defy compe- Â¬ Novoltios in China and Japanoso Draperies recent years uso tho most fertilizer so to speak tition and see us Persons who sympathizo with the and the other fellows are not in it a Embroideries Lacos nnd Whito Goods Underwear Corsets and little bit Hosiery Tndhi Linen Dimity Mulls Piquo French nnd English Nain- Â¬ afflicted will rejoice with D E Carr of Respectfully sooks Embroidered Swiss 128C Harrison street Kansas City He loml Words for lolin Wood Mrs MAGGIE HOWARD is an old sufferer from inflammatory rheu John C Wood editor of tho Gazette Artistic pnttorns in wnsh materials Duck Suitings Galatea Cloths matism but has not heretofore been is announced elsewhere as a candidato Figured Corded Muslin Zephyr Ginghams Renl French Organdies troubled in this climate Last winter for railroad commissioner of this district flOMISS HOUSE our own designs Such n rnroly bonutiful selection of theso lovely CAMPTON KY goods wore bo went up in Wisconsin and in conse subject to the action of the Jtcpublicau nevor shown by one house before Childrens Gingham quonco has had another attack It party John has the ability in every nnd Muslin Dresses splendidly made 0 months to 8 years 15 ITOLLON PkoiIuetor J came upon mo again very acute and way to discharge the duties of the office Roody mado Eton Suits in black tan and blue Shirt Wninfn My joints swelled and and if a Republican must havo tho office The patronage of the traveling public is severe ho said respectfully solicited Table the best nnd Mack Dross Goods tho bost value the bost wearing tho most satisfac- Â¬ became inflamed sore to touch or almost we want John to get it He is a gentle- every attention to the comfort of guests tory nro tho Lupin wonves Wo havo Ono Hundred varieties to select Upon tho urgent request of man by nature and education and a big- Â¬ to loolfnt from Storm Sorges nro always ready Imperial Cords Jacquards my mothor-in-ltt- v I tried Chamberlains ger heart never beat in nny mans bosom A LLEN HOUSE Molroso Honriotttts Crepons and Granite Cloths Spring Capes Pain Balm to roduco tho swelling and Wo never liked his politics but wcadmire cloth nnd lnco Spring Jnckots now stvles light in woight low in LICK CITY KY coso the pain and to my agreeable sur the man There are no concealments price house is prise it did both I have used three nbout him his face is the index of his licThe abovepatronage now open to the pubami the solicited Table the fifty cent bottles nnd beliovo it to bo the character and in all his relations to his best the country ullbrds and charges rea Tho lnrgost stock of Jouvin Gonuino Kid Gloves in nil lengths all finest thing for rheumatism pains and fellow men he is the same yesterday sonable Good stable and care of horses colors t lie tinost mndo Give tnc a call C H ALLEN swellings extant For salo by John M today and forever a true honest man Proprietor MUn Rose whom nature has endowed with n good A Glcirtn Hlmve heart and an abundance of brains - JAMES HOTEL Tho lnrgost stock of Millinory Goods in Lexington Specinltios Bob Watson and A F Shearer came Montgomery County Times Fourth Street near Main Bonnets Hats Childrens Caps Flowers Veiling Ribbons See our in very near being killed on tho trestloback On Trliil for Murdor CINCINNATI O display of now things from Paris London nnd New York of tho postofflce Tuesday They were o Joo Debord was placed on trial last - OKO WKIJKUS SONS aimingo J standing on the track and did not hear week in tho Johnson circuit court for tho engine which was upon them before tho murdor of Joo Hall in ft The patronage of Wolfe and Morgan November counties solicited thoy could got out of tho way Shearer 1892 nt Whito House near there Miss Orr hns charge Tho latest styles are given you a perfect fit jumped and cecaped with only a slight is assurod Wedding nnd stroot costumes mndo on short notico The action of Ayers Pills upon the jolt but Watson was not so fortunate Ho was struck by tho pilot of tho engine stomach and liver is prompt nnd beneficial and knocked into tho creek falling nbout Your good butter nnd will pay Y1XA cents a twonty feet No bones wero broken nnd pound for it Eggs And when you want to got the qIEST ho has only n sprained wrist to show for GOODS for the LEAST MONEY you will his narrow escape After Watson had find that I can accommodate you in every j 1 have a large stock to selec particular AND LISTEN TO US recovered from his shako up ho went to from nnd whether you buy or not I will bo Conductor Wallace and told him ho did pleased to seo j on every time you come to town not want to got into a law suit over tho ou must luive coods and wc must liave Wishing your continued good will and monoy matter and if tho engine was injured ho We will gunrnntee n snving of patronage I remain yours to please lo to 25 per cent to you on every purÂ¬ Would settle for it without any Unneces- Â¬ JOHN M ROSE chase from ub We sell everything in P S Tunes are hard nnd I havent press sary litigation thoreby putting himself the Dry Goods nnd Notion fine Wc cd you but Id like to have n little money sell Carpets Oil Cloths and Window on record as tho only man in Kontucky now today if possible Shades at who over let pass nn opportunity to suo Ma In XenKHe rlnHH foHfel t 8ll A KftfrelnmB HkMXKtaitt Pen mt FEED J I 1EINTZ Manufacturing Jeweler - w Â¬ SHORT STREET LEXINGTON Oysters Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken a Specialty fWffl oo02 9Wm ife Foreign Â¬ Domestic Dry Goods Every Day STORE Grand Opening of Spring Dress LEXINGTON Â¬ Â¬ 0 LATEST STYLESi frewettttttootto at 0Comc Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MILLINERY DEPARTMENT ST- VDRESS MAKING DEPARTMENT Â¬ I WANT ALL 8c SEND IKEEP PERFECTLY STILL -- COC-- a railroad Boattyvillo Entorpriso No sensiblo man likes to seo a dudo but a gentleman well dressed is always FIFTY CENTS TO THE THE rem ATRIAL MONTHS SUBSCRIPTION Sharp Trim bio Denton Mt Storling Ky havo a fino lino of tho latest in gents clothing furnishings etc and thoy will sell tho beat goods at tho very lowest price When you go to that city call and seo thorn and toll John Sharp howdy for U8 a desirable desideratum Louisville Times lUQHTCftT AND BEST AFTERNOON PAPER IN THE COUTH CLIMAX w3M AY m CINCINNATI Lexington and Mt Sterling prices not o make Gents Clothing to orin it der at Jess than ready made prices We give elegant guaranteed Â¬ PRICES I AMffmXS To Mexico Without Money Vivian Gray an Englishman who left London February 6 without a cent of money for Monterey Mexico on a wager of 10000 that he could make tho trip and return without money reached Georgetown on Wednesday last A condition of the wager is that ho may accept food clothing and bedding but not money He crowed tho ocean by stoking on a steamship and claims that he has walked every milo of tho remainder of the journey according to the conditions Â¬ Latest Market Quotation Latest State News All the Local News Complete Press Reports LARGEST CIRCULATION IR THE SOOTH 30000 AND OVER DAILY CfO OBNT8 Or Jseo Year by Mall a viorsrxMx OS mMW L mM SlfeYXftWABaa 3BEEi To our customers biggest inducements you ever cot the tn to trade with us Trv it this Well give you THE BOLBEJ BOLE DBY 800DS W F HILTON STOIEJittfiSifiUu Proprietor JNOi A HALDEMANBu Manager BOS Fourth Avenue LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY PUREST AND BEST LESS THAN HALPTHt PRICE- - OP OTHtR BRANDS jAr ErsEEWSi Mb Huclue Wis vhertryliiB S S known remedy I rcmWrta 1 yoani standing from a 3 year old miy S with three applications of Z iye 8eo I Cask Ulckorv flrnvn Pn i fr ffl For Sale In Irst oewmtry clsuw A fino hearse and harness Ask Him What 2 Who P N Y 11 m QUIHNS OINTMENT irU ihifrIaraton I have ever ud or heard recommend It to all We have hundredi oftuch etdmoniah 1 i -- hvu condition suitablo for this JONES OF BIN6HAHT0IL INGHAMTON if Very cheap anu on easy terms old at once Jnquire at tho Herald eftae 8tl He Pays the Freight Why on Scales SOLD IN CANS 0Nlv uatuucA yurdntatfor It If he SooflmtiTtIJIdiSSL W B EDDY CO Whltehiil NriT IIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIlliiiimiMm U i FOR FIXK J OH 1ltINTlNO OATX AT THIS OFFIOK THE HERALD SWtfni only 1 a year and it li will ilii ooin f3JSSi t i this year jX 36 ftfal in r FPPii liiiipi wfciMlWwflltarttort fijyaritii