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M iee9fc I v nrS - H1JK y V 1 M Jf J n la K f SPENCER COOPER Owner and Editor Hazel Greem Herald Established March 4 1885 and Mudo Famous in tho Colobratod Story of Of Jonathan and Hie Continont by Max QJRoll a Neiny World With Now From All Nntlena Lumbrlng nt Illn Hack 100 7 A YEAR Always In Advano si n TENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY THURSDAY JUNE MiTTKK FIIOM TEXAS A 1894 NUMBER ll mm When you come to Lexington drop in and see us and we will show you the biggest stock of timwm f Hats and vvnoicsaie Furnishings for Men and Boys aim Ws what you want If you cant lietan you ever saw come write to us and tell us 4 x You will make more than your expenses though if you come in person and make your selections Mens Suits from 5 up Boys Suits from 125 up M - ONE PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE 54 E Main Street KAUFMAN CO LEXINGTON KY MERCHANTS JOB WHOLESALE LOT ONLY HOUSE 137 and 139 Race Street Biff Drives in Cincinnati Ohio oOTmm fefvQ TC3fr AW BTO - Send for our Price List filK 165 The leading houso for FANCY DRY GOODS FURNISHING GOODS and NOTIONS Alwarys hnvo Big Drives Special attention to Mail Orders 167 Race Street CINCINNATI Bll9fciBO GKORtirrowN Texas May 27 W D Nickell our much esteemed fellow citizen nnd townsman died at his homo esterdny Mr Nickell had been tho leading druggist of Georgetown for a number of years Ho also owned n large amount of Texas prairio lands and for the last few montliB was editor of tho Georgetown Democrat The doctors say Mr Nickell caused his own death by the excessive uso of cigarettes A young gentleman whoso namo I dis remember and Judge Chessiers daughter of this place left ono day last week for arts unknown lno old judge seems to C e a littlo ancry over tho nilair and is riding the road now with his Winchester He says in search of tho littlo truants his daughter knew it was strictly against his rules for her to lcavo homo without first getting his consent There was quite a stir in Georgetown yesterday The Three party folks held H HflMliTJ a convention and nominated candidates for all the offices I believe oxcept the presidency I understand that thoy nominoted tho banker of Hutto for tho oflico of representative which will likely cause a division in tho party Tho commencement at the great South western University begins next Friday A number of students from other schools will be here and wo contemplate a good time in general The proHpect for good crop so far is the best that has been in Texas tor a number of years Ihe Herald comes to ua every week AkXw aW A neat as a new pin chock full of good news Success to Mr Sam Henry Wilson I Â¬ Former Citizen of This Place Talk of AfTarVs In the Lono Star State jssassafiafflsffisssffiassosfflsp LEXINGTON 3KMK53SCMJCS2S j fi iHH MABCHS 11 Vt i II mm r 1ITVM 1 24 W Main Street re w lU - m - fob ran KHIIMM h vyss QAxpmm rOl Zoy IN hi J I j i a 2l mm ijz W Mm m ir mm Westenek K ant nccoinmoduto you Money to loan on reasonable rates E on us Call When this question poes around the Business Circle the nnswer comes back G GO Hie one wno can cive tne uesi values ior me icusimones iinvuiR ueen 111 me M market at a season wlien the jobbers were cleaning up I have been able to pur W chase some rare bargains which shall be the gain of my 3Ustomers Give me your ears while I quote you prices Ml Ladies Cloaks 75 and up Mens Heavy Overcoats 200 and up GO 90 IWJ Ladies Coarse Shoes Ladies Fine Shoes 100 Mens Fine Shoes 200 Mens Heavy Kip Knots fjl justice to ourselves we SA good Calico at only 5 cents per yard -- 83 UCQBBQBa STILL IIIDDKN NO TIME but MOKE GOODS FOR Ct W w v www t r ma n n vi mifki u iiiiiii Ill ii in t in ii a nniiinMi i iii r Tiwz riiiiii m i i i iincn iiiiiA Strange Story of Wealth Mystery ami have adopted the Cash Sys Â¬ Wo hnvo mi olognnt nssorlmout of Very respectfully c M CAMPTON KY Death f And every living crea Â¬ Ur eery William Wineman a middle aged man tem FTFFSrriviNiM died in the hospital at Montgomery Alabama last Thursday and on his ture buys goods from this deathbed told an interesting story He IN camo from Wallenstein Germany several date will be requiied to pay years ago and settled at Hot Springs Ark Shortly afterward there moved to Hot Springs from West Point Ga a physician whose namo is not stated and 11 ipj he and Wineman became creat friends Last winter the doctor became ill of a lingering fever Winoman nursed him We do this because wo arc most tenderly throughout until his death AND An hour or two oeforo ho died and driven to Those who owe while his reason was entirely intact ho 1 t i r i caueu nis inena 10 nun in When you read of his love for him and of his kindlyTwl11 not pay to mako him a presattention he desired JIT STERLING KY QQQDDQQQ ent The dyiny man said that under a this ask yourself the question WINCHESTER KY certain rock near tho root of a certain 30000 200000 Surplus Capital Do Co owe tree about threo miles from West Point Whon in Loxington dont N II WITHERSPOON President Ga he had buried with his own hands BIGSTAFF President It D HUNTER Cashier J M fail to givo us a call G L KIKKPATltlOK Vice President He made a will anything 14000 in gold money W W THOMSON Cashier money Wineman Paid up Capital 20000000 givingappended to aittitle to tho or map And if so and a diagram DUQDQDDD wait to be We respectfully solicit the business of mer Surplus 6000000 intended to show tho location of tho traders and business men chants farmers This Rank solicits the accounts of mer treasure Winoman had his friend prop- dunned but come and pay or generally throughout Eastern Kentucky A Â¬ general banking business done Give us a chants farmers traders and business men erly buried and went at onco to West Fearing lest in 10 days you will hear a bank book nay your generally throughout Eastern Kentucky Point to find tho money chance to send you checks and loan you money when in need and oilers its customers every facility ana he should let his tecret out ho searched tho most liberal terms within the limits of unaided and in a mysterious way prin w W Thompson Cash legitimate banking octl8ly cipally at night Tho citirens intercepted thunder oeein nis movements as auspicious Bank Clay City Thanking you for past fa- Â¬ him go out after dark with a pick an VICTOR BOGftGRT him for a grave robber ax they spotted CLAY CITY KY Â¬ or other lawbreaker and warned him to vors and hoping to merit a ii This and a lack leave the neighborhood 50000 Capital of ready funds caused him to leavo and good share of your trade we go to Montgomery where ho secured 17 E Short Street J P COX FLOYD DAY employment He was just preparing to are Respectfully BDDQDCBB Cashier President resumstho search for the hidden treasuro when sickness overtook him His ante Wo aro Solo Agonts for No Hank in Eastern Kentucky has better mortem statement is as above detailed vaults nor bcttcrfacilities for keeping your Diamonds Watohos and Jewolry Ho has only ono relative in this country H F account Managed entirely by home people who know you and who are always ready to Reliable Goods Fair Dealing and a brother who lives in Now York Â¬ i wno is Your Frieufl 4ib j Tow linen aad linsey used to bo considered the proper trick for ladies dresses in old Kentucky Then came prints of various kinds and u littlo later merino etc Now however a lady in Kentucky can dress as well as one in Paris France provided she knows whero to buy and no class of women look so well as our own mountain beauties when they are King Mt Sterdressed up Samuels ling carry a complete line of tho finest dress goods in cheap medium and high priced grades and there is now no excuse for the ladies of the mountains not dress ing as well as their sisters in other sec- Â¬ tions When you go to Mt Sterling give the above firm a call and you will bo well pleased Â¬ Â¬ aw iiiiir dfe In 20lym11mnm1mXfiftt- 1 Saat Jl rKi T f f 3pot Cash that B BOSS LEXINGTON w 1 - w W ROBINSON - m rrc7iSriL7jiT7inT NOVELTIES k Dealer in DAY J TAYLORMerchandise General on a Cash Basis Lowest Prices mvfivKi aniwiwj it Largest Stock Traders Deposit Bank Wincnesier 1 1 Bank KID GLOVES Â¬ I Pioratt MT Â¬ dont Â¬ Â¬ national iilanufaciunna Jeweler Masonville and Lonsit dale Cotton 7c yd Best Calicos 4c yd Lancaster Apron Ging hams 4Jc per yd LEXINGTON KY PIERATMJO Clark Counn I Hail MAIN STREET OIW KY WINCHESTER JOHN V MAN President D F CURTIS Cashier surplus 100000 Proilts 535000 Capital 5200000 4 i Undivided 1805 VVwv- ftmi - behlg the oldest bank in Organized the countv Collections maue on hu poniis vourbuslncfcHaoliciteU HB Tho timo was when a young man in this country who had a buckskin suit was out of siodit and dressed to kill iu tho eyes of the pretty girls and a man JUDGi AMOS DAVIS now living in Mt Sterling told us a few WKST LIHKUTV KY WITH years since that when he got his first buckskin breeches he thought ho was the best dressed boy in tho world Hut all ago and tho young MANUFACTURER- S- CLOTIIIHG that was long satisfied now ono of the with man is only OO AVurtt lonrl Street CINCINNATI handsome suits furnished by Sharp The trade of Eastern Kentucky merchants Trimble and Denton the Mt Sterling is respectfully solicited clothiers So when you want something nice giyc them a call Bottom Prices Guaranteed All Goods and Work Fosters Kid Gloves Feaiherbone Corsets AND Bettman Bros Co IDINGFELDER J PIROliipiiJonoii6o Importers and Jobbers of Standard Patterns BBBBBBBB MAUPIN WITH WHOLESALE DItY GOODS tty vour writing paper nt tnia oinco NOTIONS BOOTS SHOES is tho twofiuifm for only 16 cents It CATLETTSBURG KY fe6ly WU D HXJARPENTER AND NOTIONS Judge Jewell of Lexington threatens to DRY GOODS of that city for contempt of court Nos 687 689 and 541 Children with weak eyes sore ears or r Wcst Main Street c any form of scrofula cured by Ayors fine several aldermen Â¬ CJUtaBi Lexinj y ES W3 W MV Sarsaparilla LOUISVILLE KY wy si - rjt V jwvzr Aur I t Jf i its ixda h JLi n JW -- wrr -- r JrT f JtV3 Ali1 J irj y jTji TI r gr 1 r jCffCC re 9 4 ftM y e - Hazel Greert TA Herald KENTUCKY CHIMES OF PROTECTION McKliitetim tint Chmc of lluitrxt Ainni Icmii rHtMtr kW i gPKNCEfc COOPIiil lublMicr IIAZliL A 11113 KX CRUEL ADVANTAGE K TO fcrf Wliy thn Ktinnlitn Innnnntn JnwUh ftoliclibom Hate Tlmlr W hi I onn Why do you hate tho low day nsked my Russian friend IJecausc said he tho low brings nothing into the country he takes nil ho can out of it and whllo ho 1h hero he BUtkcft tlio peiist nt his slave and lives only for tho wile of squeezing mnnoy I v A HM Ala yv If J The eensu j bulletin giving the statis tics of manufactures by states ex plodes completely the protection theory tariff- - regulate lat this contention wagestrue wages in was If the same industries ought to be sub Â¬ stantially uniform throughout the htites subject to tho same tariff law That this is not the case the tables con Â¬ prove Tho variation clusively is greater between different states of our union than it is between tho average of wages in this couutry and the average in England It is shown by this bulletin that tho mean average wages paid in the entire couutry in all manufacturing indus- Â¬ tries except mining and quarrying for 1800 was H81 per hand KulviN und Korku Among the states falling below this As regards table furniture forks we average wero these Alabama by know wero not in general uso until the SI 10 Georgia 5177 South Carolina seventeenth century though as early 217 Maine ll4 Now Hampshire as the thirteenth wo find instances of 10t Wisconsin U2 gold and silver ones being kept for Among tho status exceeding this special purposes Six silver forks and average wero Colorado 240 Montana 10 New York ono of gold occur among the list of the 288 Massachusetts valuables of Kdward I John Dukov of JV Pennsylvania 8 Wyoming JS4 Urlttuny is mentioned us using ono to iho obvious lesson of these titrureb pick up soppys and Piers Gaveston und of tho rest of the table is that had three for eating pears with The wages depend upon tho productivity of custom however was considered an the workmen the demand for labor tho sffeininato one and for tho genoral ac efficiency of labor organizations and commodation of guests nothing but the cost of living not upon a turiff law trenchers napkins and spoons were which may permit but never constrains supplied knives a broad knife and a protected employers to pay more than narrow one wero indeed laid by the the market rate tor wages Wages in manufacturing Industries puntler on tho high tablo along with tho broad and bait but these wero for are higher in some states than In oth- Â¬ tho uso of the attendants only in cut- ers aud are higher In this country than ting and roraovlng pieces of bread For In Europe because the workmen pro Â¬ cutting up thoir own moat tho guests duce more that is are more intelli Â¬ had recourse to thoso thoy themselves gent huve better machinery or work because there Ib a wore and tho oarvor carried his which longer homs--o- r pirtlcultar pattern in a greater demand for their labor or a wero of a case A very handsome sot of carvers higher cost of living and a stronger knives with handles of Ivory and sil- Â¬ union of laborers to maintain their just ver may bo seen in tho llritish muaouin demands Intelligent worklngmon know this Quarterly Roview The census bulletins prove it- - N Y Among the libraries of New Yoik IVor d According to tho Tribune the the Astor is tho most impressive tho Mercantile tho most business like and democratic party has to learn that it briskest tho Lenox tho quietest und cannot draw a largo revenue from a The the Mechanics tho most popular in tho people by impoverishing them root sense of that word Tho delver republican party learned that it could informatiou finds impoverish a people by drawing a largo for the libraries of Now York disappoint Â¬ revenue from them Tho sufferings of ing and a writer seeking authorities the country from MeKinley taxes and upon so simple a matter as tho early billion dollar appropriations led to the history of lotteries in the United StatesÂ¬ republican overthrow Tho democratic wsjs driven to tho Philadelphia libra- party is not afraid ot impoverishing people ries after lonjr and vain search in New the Y Worldb reducing their taxes N Â¬ Â¬ j i I Â¬ Â¬ tho Russian government sot to work energetically to Russify that country and particularly Lithuania Tho prin- Â¬ cipal moans thoy employed aside from actively pcrbccuting tho hoterodox in religion and politics was to colpnlze largo numbers of peasants from tho intoriorof Russia upon farms which had boon confiscated Agricultural implements were furnished to these peasants and everything was done to start them well bo as to form a nucleus of Russian life in the midst of tho disloyal provinces Twenty yearn have passed since this great Russifying measure was put into force and what is the result If as a traveler you come into a Russian village it is dirtier if possi Â¬ ble than those of the neighboring Lithuanians and Poles You usk for horses to continue your journey and aro quickly supplied by these Rus sians tho price is fixed and you are about to pay it to tho Russian who brings your carriago to the door He however rofuses to take it and bogs that you will pay tho money not to him but to tho proprietor of the tav- Â¬ ern Yon ask why He answers that ho is not allowed to take any he horses money that tho has brought belong to the low You begin to inquire and you find that tho Jew not onlj owiih the tavern but trades in all the articles which tho peasants have to buy You learn also that the Jew is creditor to nearly every peasant for miles around and has a lien upon everything which that peasant may grow upon his laud Yon find that the peasant cultivates his land not for himself but for the lew and that all his reward is the privilege of boro existence There are many patriotic and hu mmus Russians who have riven it tome as their deliberate opinion that the Russian peasant would be better ofT today had he never been emancipated Ho is dreamy good natured unpracti cal and very ignorant When he is hard pressed for money it is only too easy for him to accept tho loan which tavern keeper the accommodating oilers him particularly If hu ha one or two glasses of vodka inside of him Like a child he thinks little of the ultimate consequences and much lie sign of tho present enjoyment the paper which is placed before him and believes of course that ho will easily pay off his debt with the next harvest particularly as tho low prom- iscs to bo most accommodating and not press for money payment He sends of course tho produce of his farm to the Jew who acts as broker for him and reserves his commission and what he is pleased to consider the Interest on his money and by some mysterious method of calculation the peasant is always the debtor and the Jew always happy to accommodate him BtiU further on the same tonus loultuoy Rlgolow in Harpers Magazine Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ out of every thing This was a strong statement but he went on to amplify it by a variety of illustrations After tho Polish insurrection of 180 a repetition of history in tho Uory f llot n ml bloodshed that comes from tuc ok- - regions of Pennsylvania Its pr portloi s aro less formidable than those of luc uprising at Homestead in the Ili ckiig Valley and In tho coal re- Â¬ gions of Ten tessee but itsprings from the same causes and is illustrative of tho name evils It is not a mere coin- Â¬ cidence that nil these deplorable affairs occur in sections of the country where the privileges of protection are great Â¬ est and the support of MeKinloylsm is strongest Thoy aro among tho legiti Â¬ mate rrul s of tliiit nefarious system iticpiruhte from its active existence Where it pnfes os to operate for tho good of the poor workliigman and is maintained crucially for the ameliora- Â¬ tion of hU condition is whore he suf Â¬ fers most from grinding poverty and all the train of evils that troop in its wake iMcKinleyism has been the curse of honest American labor Duty has been exacted upon every imported arti cle entering into our manufactured products except the most important one of labor That has passed our porta free It has come In cargoes at the expense and solicitation of protect Â¬ ed American capital The lowest and cheapebb order of pauper European labor bus been imported to operate our mines and do the rougher work ot our furnaces coke ovens and other Infant industries Without sympathy for our institutions ignorant brutal and con- Â¬ tent uith far lets thun will meet the requirements of a self respecting work- Â¬ man in our own country these free im- portations have worked for far less tnan a good man siiouui receive ana tho protected barons well afford to pay Cheap labor and swollen piolits taken from the consumers under the special privileges of protection stimulated pt eduction beyond the demands of a testricted market concentrated more labor at the centers of production than could bo maintained in employ- Â¬ ment tho inevitable result appearing in enforced idleness of many and less than a living scale of wages for the rest This has been the history of the great strikes in this country and will contin Â¬ ue to be until our tnriil laws are made for the entile nation and not for the favored few whoso enormous wealth thrives upon the legislation which it ib enabled to secure strikes were comparatively unknown before the high protective system was put into effect by the republican purty Up to that time the wealth of the peo ple was more equitably distributed individual effort was not crushed out by tho ruthless power of combination and the man who was willing to work was assured of the comforts which a coun- Â¬ try like this should afford to all its citizens J he deplorable change has been wrought by misguided tariff legislation and the happier conditions thus sacrificed will be restored by wiping out the luws responsible for McKinley- ism Uctroit Free Press WAGES AND THE TARIFF f Thi 1h - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ the population of Soutl America nnlv dtvidet among iti 1rotnctlon missionary Gov MvKJnleyR Minneapolis speech preachers evety Protestant of 237000 souls was a labored attempt to prove that if would have a parish 800 a ten or twenty per cent tariff in the while at home he would have only good Vienna one of the j early part of tho century was a Ilerr Much of thing for the country one that ranges most celebrated of scholars In tlio mat from sixty to eighty per cent is abso Â¬ 4i nt Kiivfituxiii hiniuiiires is learning lutely necessary for our existence to- Irish He Is at present in Dublin talc- day Tariffs which upon an average lug lessons from tho professor oi insn i did not Impose duties of more than a nt Pvlnfv f fillcrc pastor o tho quarter of the percentage levied under -- Rev J K Hicks the Mciviuicy bill wore hold up as fine First HiintiHt cliurcn of niiruuui vimexamples of protectionism while thu j y jms 0en appointed by the city Wilson bill u comparatively high pro- - cmmn s policeman This is the first j tectlvo measure was denounced as freo t on8e n recori j Kentucky of a minis i trade tor tnraged in active church work ae It Is by such claptrap as this that tMlillr M iittLloii if tills oliimicter ilHA juciviniey nopes to win tne prunmuuwj church in this coun argument i ii The Lutheran church boards socle- in lbiH The preposterous s iriiierat tin paraded that i nttiort duties should in- iisvliims iltl crease with the udvanco of civilization Mtnlna- until they become neurly if not entirely ladies sem- prohibitory Once give a man the right to rob his neighbors of five per tM nwi penouicai pnunuunuun cunt of tlmlr nnmitiirt and it is onlv a IliKl languages i m tnlr i iM The total population of the United everything except a bare and miseran able livinir for his victims That has States Is given to bo WtJ222iOthewith tlirli - eiornous predouinanco of been the history of all legalized robJ V S bery and It is the record of protective Hun 0 1J1 JC 1he Catlmlics at tariffs in the United States making ii total Christian pop Tho old pretext for protection was 7l2U0O leaving less than that infant or feeble industries ought illation of liJl2U00 beliefs and no be- 11000000 lor all other to be encouraged by tho government iMcKinluyh idea is that all American hef at all On a report from a committee the industries are perpetual infants and can only exist by tho constunt con Â¬ vshvteriuii churches of New York tributions of consumers So impotent citv through their deacons will pro- aud helpless are American manufactur- Â¬ vide for their own poor leaving other ers according to republican opinion denominations to look after needy one that even after thirty years of tho of their own churches The roers are to be cared for by the pap feeding policy tho mere promise by democrats to cut off a part of their undenominational and secular benefl iiil societies unearned rations precipitates a panic Is protectionist doctrine in 1804 There ire in the United States 47 That as preached by its chief exponents and hinee temples four organizations ol proclaimed as patriotic and Ameri- Â¬ thieul citltuie with a membership ol Hit of theosophists 40 organizations can The next republican candidate for having ii membership of 00 and fltth the presidency thus explains his belief organizations of Jews numbering HiO We must tMI h Catholics according to their on the qucbtion of taxation either tax oui selves and our property own lepuientation number between our lands and our investments or we UOOOOin and 7000000 niuit tax the products of other nations Eiitrlish educators have recently seeking a market here sent five women to the United State Th idea sought to be conveyed here for the purpose of examining thu to his ignorant and partisan heurers American system of education in or- whs that imported goods belonged to dcr to ascertain if there bo any of the foreigners und that tuxes levied on features that can be advantageously them would be paid by people in adopted in England or can be incorEurope As goods only coino hero porated in a new school bill which is in when bought by some ono in this coun- course of preparation for introduction try all tariff taxes fall not upon for- to parliament eigners but firbt upon our own impor There are 25i0 negro schools now ters and by them transferred to Amer- Â¬ in the outh when- 22i000 nognK ican consumer have learned to read and most ol MeKinley s gross ignorance of rudi them to write In the colored school1 mentary political economy ought to are 2S00 pupils and 2001 netrra consiiru him to political oblivion if hib teachers There nv 110 schools for attorneyship for the great American advanced education and seven col tariff thieves has not brought him such leges administered by negro presi Chicago Herald a fate already dents and faculties and of these presi dents three were formerly slaves POINTS AND OPINIONS There are lil neuro editors 20 law yers 70 physicians and there are now Perhaps Maj MeKinley will soon in explain to the deluded followers of educating themselves fromEuropean uni the south versities 247 negroes Gen Coxey that the only proper wuy to be supported by a paternal govern Â¬ THEY TOOK THE CAR ment is to hire out to a MeKinley trust - MKINLEYS IQNOHANCE o the Amtlo of lihmllitvr Sotliltru- SCHOOL Were ND CHURCH Â¬ m Jgat WfMaMVteMmL fBk qJ msm mTw w- - l y A 1 - i m J - I Mts Jenrxie peckerf I - - J - low Friends 0 Well You Look iirfil iiinileliRlinfk lit Surprised at th Wonderful Improvement Â¬ Co Lowell Mass L Hood Dear Sire I tako plcasuro in writing th good I have rocclvcd from talcing Iloods Sars parllla Every spring and summer for six years or more my health has been so poor from heart trouble and general debility that at times Ufa ivas a bunion I would becomo so that my friends thought I would not live long I could do scarcely any work at nit and had ta llo down every few minutes I began gutting worso In January losing my flesh und fccllngse tired I thought I would try Hoods Sarsapa Emaciated and Woak and Palo rilla and I arahappy to cay I am in better health I I i non-luircl- i- I I havo been for a number of years Mjr frlcmlB remark to mo Why how well you look I tell them it Is Hoods Saraparllla that hasÂ¬ dono tho work I would havo all suffering humanity give this mcdlclno a trial and be cotv vinccd This Btatcmcnt Is True to tho Let than Hoods5PCures Mas tcr Jknnie Deckeii Watsckn I1L Hoods PIII8 euro liver ills constipation biliousness jaundlceslclc hculachclndlgestlon deno M I I I I wry M ermmcnl and to pump witrr iptlnklo 1itbi up iUlri cut wood cut fced run a djwuno for rwrr O D a atiety or tnxl Tor I job gilvun 1it completed lied irmrJlir I r VIOUltO nnlvfclMll I m it TIit rf tchlch rlA m Aluminum Ziue 1II t nvit nnrl ailA lfi My fk AV uuuivuni i lOPAM tlu 4 fif JOBS Un I op i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ with mnlou ondutnet A e liav Iron coaitltutlom or Steal enei bnt r vry tf ntltlio belnu li lbly3Kt4 by Wrath o liana uign 01 air treat In nd hi being ablt U flutnc perauoJ water to ron uphill In fact wo arc ujicr Leini haw Inf leen piactu oy our ctaator between ttnlJ th Az ply to my ut uoroit iimfAVT iui wtll nd lilhnottrct U I m alny Clilctjo N t liam I and itridr Our I tl f imilv ftf itl nd kind In tho wotld nmr huono ot oi lioon We r wronf innlly Bioit iKwrrful vrvrhctn If UVetl HO Avitv I l1r 141011 At WA lTld HtltllXitA n ei Urn b nlcUrd otprtccs viuit roaca ot nil uypierat iliio ur oillllia 6teclTatik3wUligraea etesl lul cahentsed RnAA rihtrtl flrftt ft in iiiu IiniA- - arrt fuf lniiMMfr rnmforM rur vnrcil atccl etocK tarU tuat aonocieas ra mako nuu uoie st JC53 tuaa wcxxieai onrscost TJ o Ac rmotor ca nrotKccs to Ulstrlbut ialty WorumlahRtf J500 CAS if rrizis v fflift tl bet emy rilten c 7J vlfe scr dughtor Am ola fat mere usee Cf B I 1 thaearh Tacts ItroiiLlil Out l OMIi lul SInlNMi ii now attribut Â¬ Ilnu Tmo KiislNUmiii snMlcl in jot lluj lnut r llrtm ing all the evils of thu country to foar is a decision and energy about There ot tariff reform Last summer he made Gov MeKinley is N Y World OurSteelhoibeenlrled tilt end iu many averv t nwru alim thing every whera Vi are Induitilous beyond anjthlngcvcr known llnce vra vrotlc Si houri a day and mora in ma than SG3 jear Vio bra untlr fi t In cur Mjlianca von -- we ttatido 0 diy and Glcht economical be ara ynnd anything on the earth or in the unit heaven v d mill tlon na m3 mi irlnthe ouea tYUYBUOUL I CSE AN ABB notonr roreo ditlinj ot com pe nii abulutely nothing ilrrT igfBPfffWvMLllSt1 clfti Pl Tftwa K MinaeapoliiDufr klK I liccmai we uk IntuouMrslru tition and croouBta oa and number ptizcaiend for pat mm aicutan w Oa Acrmotor Chicago or U Its tranchea at ban rrancia coKacuCltyt Â¬ -- out-of-the-w- Verlc several speeches proclaiming that the democrats were responsible for those evil because of their delay in assem- Â¬ bling in extra congresional session and repealing the Sherman act Louisville Courier Journal Gen Green 15 Hauin assures us that President llarribon has hud enough of ollicc holding and thut he will not be a luudidutc for reiiominatiou in Green H knows some things for lb10 bo was pension commissioner under llirrisou and is believed to bo on iu tuiiate ternib with the cx probident Iowa State Register Hep The difference between tho Mr Heeds billion dollar congress and its successor on the score of expenditure is that the Heed congress deliberately sot to work to increase expenditures while the congress which followed it found Itself under obligations to con- Â¬ tinue the rates established before it came into power Of course Mr Heed knows this perfectly well but he omits to mention it lloston Herald The one purpose of the republic- Â¬ ans of the house throughout the present session of congress has been to make tho democratic majority ac knowledge that tho Heed rules were right To do this they have persist ently blocked all legislation whenever they could it mattered not how im Â¬ portant it was to the country that such legislation should be dibposed of or whether or not It was In any way par- Â¬ tisan or political in its nature If the people are to conclude that the demo- Â¬ cratic party is unworthy of their confidence on what grounds aro thoy to as sumo thot the republican party is any Louisville Courier Journal worthier The tariff orgaus have overshot the mark In their eagerness to de- Â¬ molish tho Wilson bill thoy have ex Â¬ ploded mines under tho MeKinley bilt Thoy have bucceedod lu demonstrating the tyranny nud iniquity of tho sugar trust and tho very words that thoy havt used In denouncing that organi- Â¬ zation can bo applied and aro being ap plied by intelligent republicans to tho steul rail trust tho wallpaper trust the window glass trust and other MeKinley beneficiaries Thu protection newspapers have been pouring shot and shell into their own camp and they are too btupid and too ignorant to realize the damage they are doing to St MeKinley and his dlhciplcs Chlcago Herald Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ doiiidiei hiow Englishmen sometimes which arouse A case in point occurred admiration I wo men whose clothes on Mondav monocles md accent forcibly an nounced heir riM ionility called at the tielcet otllce of the Southern Iaeilic railroad and aslced for two lower berths on the train to San Francisco They are all gone You can have uppers though was tin reponse h no IcnuuluT know me frien i beastily ill and he cant go unless he ha a lower berth He must hae one I I Write quick wo ara golug fait wmammi tio or riwa 61 Iaik a - DR KILMERS Â¬ The agent was sorry but as he only had upper berths he could tlo nothing Then the spokesman insisted on seeing Mr Crowley unit that ollicial again ex plained the absence of any lower berth only to receive the reply Aw yes but wo must have a lower doncher know BWP Dissolves Gravel Gall Btono brick dust inurino pain in tHBtAi KIDNK LIVERS RooT BrigMs Disease Dll liilJo to Health free Ooosultatlon fro KlLMUIl CO lllNailAMTON N Y All right if you must you must They will co5t answered the ollicial you just two hundred and sixty nine dollars We have an oxtra ear here and can put It in for yon at that iigiiru if upper berths are not good enough Aw Yes thanks awfully They paid the money the empty Pull man was coupled on to the train and the boys at the depot say that before the cars left the Englishmen had made tho porter make up every berth in tho car 1 uy win tncy mui pum lor eacn of the sections and they proposed to como as near as possible to g ttiug their moneys worth Lo Angolc Herald Â¬ 1 urethra training after urination pain In tho back audi hlpo sudden BtoppaRO of water with pressure Tubo casts in urine Bcanty urine Stramp Joo Tires urinary troubles and kidnoy dimcultiea Torpid or onlarped liver foul breath bilious ncas billrAis headache poor digestion pout Innammatlon dribbling frequent calls pass blood mucua or pus Liver Cosnplaini Cataroh of theulceration Bladder irritation 100 Size Remember the name At DrtigRlfttai 50 contH and Invalid Young wants every woman in the congregation to earn something for tho church by hei own labor and I dont know what in tho world to do Ilubbaud You spoke about needing a now dress and WifeOh yes I never thought ol that Ill get tho dressmaker to pay mo so much an hour while Im being fitted nud then she can charge it in the bill N Y Weokly -- AVllllnt to Altt Wife -- The minister The and Eye See that De Long Pat Hook Also notice on face and back of every card the words humps TKAM Vfll Jn tUJK RIO AMI It 44 Richardson U Philadelphia D Long Bro Nupop cant sleep with tho babj crying Mrs Nupop Then why dont yon get up aud walk with it uwhilo Nupop Do you think Im a hleet walker N Y World I Not n HoinnnnilittlUt HiiIa CIJ2 WILL CUIUS na nt UlUtflll DWK go Ccuf mCJTJZJiiV UAIAKKHr m Hrice K1Y D U111 tmoeach nostril BlOn W Want B WNY xv r u g n r fWi 4 fS- b-t JiJttJJSAtolMaU- - i7yHfa- - wniMiii in I -- r - i a8S32TT wi i iyrq r i rjjn v- 1iy - i l V t- w t FAIREST OF THE IfAUL dtsus Christ Was and Is i Hi tr - Macaulay took hie Sunday tUaaet sacrifice has led hundreds of thous Â¬ alone at a coffee house After dinner ands to die for Him In one ser he would build a pyramid oi wine Lovely Â¬ ver 800000 were glasses which usually toppled over ies of persecutions put to death for Ctkrists sake For Ho would pay for the broken glass and Altogether Ills Appcnrnnco Is nn Artlstlo Ilim Blandina was lied to a post and go GuciR Ur ThIihiiro Draws Some Â¬ Aftor Paradise Lost was printed wild beasts wore lot out upon her jd llnuttlful Lchhuiis From the whon Hfo continued after tho nttaok Af It was translated into French and Saviours Attractiveness Â¬ tooth and paw sho tfasput in a not and this version falling into the hands of not containing tier was thrown to an innocont Englishman ho mado a that The subject of Dr rnlmogos sermon n wild bull that tossed her with its proso translation back Into English Buntlay was Fairest of the Fair horns till iifo was extinct All for and hont it to a publisher Tho nianu tho text chosen being Solomons Song Christ Huguenots dying for Christ script is in tho British museum 6 10 He Is altogether lovely Albigenses dying for Christ 3mith Tho titles of Jewish rabbinical The human race has during contur Â¬ field fires ondurcd for Christ Tho writings aro often very fanoiful One ks been improving For a whilo it bones of martyrs if disturbed would commentary is called Tho Hoart ol deflected and degenerated and from mako a path of moldorlng lifo all Aaron tho introduction to tho Tab all I can read for ages the whole around tho earth Tho loveliness oi mud is tho Bonos of Josoph and tendoncy was toward barbarism But tho SavlourB sacrifico has inspired all othor treaties aro termed Gardon o under tho ever widening and deepening the heroisms Und all tho martyrdoms Nuts and Goldon Apples influence of Christianity the tendoncy been well clad Christ has or the disciples Christ Ho was for cooling fevers with- Â¬ of subsequent ccnturios Mrs Carollno II Dnll tells the is now in the upward direction Tho may havo thought Christs religion out so much as a spoonful of febrifuge had moro man and womon dio for Him Springfield Republican that whon she physical appearance of tho human raco was a religion chiefly for big and straightening crooked backs with- Â¬ than all tho other inhabitants of all the first wont to Washington ovor forty is sevcnty llvo per conk moro attrac Â¬ folks Christ made infan Â¬ out any pang of surgery and standing ages havo had dio for thorn Hut years ngo Daniel Wobstor said to hor tive than in tho sixteonth seventeenth tile excitement still livelier by His whole choirs of music nlong tho silent Furthermore Ho was lovoly in hU itemombor you may havo what po or eighteenth centuries From tho saying that Ho liked children hotter galleries of a deaf ear and giving sermons Ho know when to begin litical opinions you please but the pictures on canvas and tho faces and than govern people declaring Except healthful nervous system to catalcptics when to stop and just what to say woman who oxpresses thorn is damn forms in sculpture of those who wero yo become as a little child ye can not Sympathy Ha did not givo them Tho longost sormon Ho ovor preached ed considered tho grand looking men and enter into the kingdom of God Alas stoical advice or philosophize about so far as tho Bible reports Him name George Augusta Sala was rocontly the attractive women of two hundred for those people who do not liko chil Â¬ tho science of grief He sat down and ly Tho Sormon on tho Mount was nskod by a very corpulent lady how jours ago 1 conclude tho superiority dren They hud better stay out of cried with them about sixteen minutes in dolivory at she should dress in attending n fancy of the men and women of our time Heaven for that place is full of them It is spoken of ns the shortest verso in tho ordinary rato of spooch His long- ball Woll replied Mr Bala as he Such looking people of tho past cen Â¬ That I think is ono reason why tho the Bible but to mo it is about tho est prayer commonly called tho The sized up tho ample proportions of tho turies us painting and sculpture have vast majority of tho human race die in longest and grandest Jesus wopt Lords Prayer was about half a min Â¬ lady if I woro you I would put a frill presented as fine specimens of beauty infancy Christ is so fond of children Ah many of us know the meaning of ute Timo them by your own watch around my neck dona light rod dress and dignity would bo in our timo con- Â¬ that llo takes them to Him before tho that When wo were in great trouble nnd you will find my cstitnato accurate and go as n liam f sidered deformity and repulsivcness world has time to despoil and harden some ono camo in with voluble consula By which I do not moan to say thnt Tho now British knight Sir Thorn complete The fact that many men them and so thoy are now at the win Â¬ tion and quoted tho Scripture in a sort sermons ought to bo only sixtcon min and women in antediluvian times were dows of tho Palace and on the door- Â¬ of heartless way nnd did not help us utes long and prayers only half a min as Salter Pyne who is only thtrty twc years of age began Hfo as a mechanic eight and ton foot high tendod to steps and playing on tho green Some Â¬ at all Hut after awhile some ono olso uto long Christ had such infinite in tiie great Birmingham engineering make the human raco obnoxious rather times Matthew or Mark or Luke tolls came in and without saying a word sat power of compassion that ho could put than winning Such portable moun Â¬ a story of Christ and only ono tells it down nnd burst into a flood of tears at enough into his sixtcon minuto sormon linn of Tangyo Then he wont to India tains of human flesh did not add to but Matthew Mark and Luke all join sight of our woe and somehow it help Â¬ and his half minute prayor to kcop all as tho foreman of a factory and soon became superintendent of tho arsenal the charms of the world You tho following ages busy in thought and public works Jesus wopt in that picture of Christ girdled by ed us right away Â¬ of But in no climate and in no age did children and 1 know by what occurred see it was a deeply attached household and action No ono but a Christ could ghanistan Ho hold tho ameor of Af Â¬ this place for near there ever appear any one who in phys at that time that Christ had a face full that of Mary and Martha and Lazarus afford to pray or preach as short as ly ten years until a short timo ago ho ical attractiveness could bo compared of geniality Tho father and mother wero dead and that but Ho meant to teach us com was attached to tho mission of Sir Â¬ to Ilim whom my text celebrates thou Not only was Christ altogether lovely the girls dopended on their brother prcssion Thomas Durand sands of years before Ho put His infan in II is countenance but lovely in his Lazarus had said to them Now Mary At Selma Alabama tho othor day I Miss Olivo Schrelnor tho author of 1 was shown a cotton pross by which cottile foot on the hill back of Bethlehem habits I know without being told now Martha stop your worrying that strange book Tho Story of un He was and is altogether lovely Tho that the Lord who made the rivers and will tako care of you I will bo to you ton was put in such shape that it oc physical appearance of Christ is for tho lakes and oceonswas cleanly in His both father and mother My arm is cupied In transportation only ono car African Farm is engaged to bo mar Her botrotlied who is four or most part an artistic guess Some appearance He disliked the disease of strong Girls you can depend on mo whero thrco cars woro formerly nocos- ried years younger five than tho brldo to writers declare Him to have been a bru Â¬ leprosy not because it was distressing Hut now Lazarus was sick yea sary and ono ship whoro thrco shipi be is Mr Cron Wright the son of n nette or dark complcxioned and others but because it was not clean and His Lazarus was dead All broken up the had been required and I imagine that woll known South African farmer and 1 will bo thou sisters sit disconsolate and thcro is a wo all need to compress our sermons blonJc or light complexioncd St curative words were member of tho Cape parliament Ho Come in says and our prayers into smaller spaces John of Damascus writing eleven clean He declared Himself in favor knock at tho door Come in says Mary Christ And His sermons wero so lovoly and so is himself n successful farmer and a hundred years ago and so much of thorough washing and opposed to Martha nearer than ourselves to the time of superficial washing when lie de- Â¬ entered and He just broko down It full of practicality and simplicity clever speaker and it is supposed that ho will parliamentary life It is Christv and hence with more likeli nounced the hypocrites for making was too much for Him He had been and illustration tho light of a candle said byenterway tho that moro than 70000 hood of accurate tradition represents clean only tho outside of tho platter so often and so kindly entertained in tho crystal of tho salt tho cluck copies of Tho African Farm have eye and He applauds His disciples by say Â¬ in that homo before sickness and death of n lion for her chickens him with beard black and curly tho hold yellow- - ing brows joined together and Now are ye clean and giving devastated it that ho choked up and hypocritos dolorous physiognomy been A fow days before Gounods doath complexion and long fingers like his directions to those who fasted among sobbed aloud und tho tears trickled tho moth in tho clothes house An author writing 1500 other tilings He sajs Wash thy face down the sad face of tho sympathotio tho black wing of tho raven tho he told a Paris reporter how his family mother Why do you snow bank of whito lilies our oxtromo first became convinced of his musical years ago represent Christ as a blonde and to a blind man whom He was doc- Â¬ Christ Jesus wept You say I botheration about tho splintor of im- Â¬ genius Hd was twelve years old and Go wash in the pool of try that mode of helping His hair the color of wine and golden toring am a man of few words or I am a perfection in somo ono clsos character was getting a general education at a at the root straight and without lus Â¬ Siloani His mother con- Â¬ Â¬ Why you dear tho swino fed on tho pcnrls wolves preparatory school And He Himself actually washed the woman of fow words ter but from the level of the cars curlsented ono evening to tako him to hoar Â¬ ing and glossy and divided down the disciples feet I suppose not only to soul words are not nocossary Imitato dramatizing sheep and tho peroDon Juan Gounod sat tenter after the fashion of tho Nnzar demonstrate his own humility but your Lord and go to thoso ufHictcd ration mado up of a cyclone in Mozarts encs His forehead is even and smooth probably their feet needed to be homes and cry with them which you hear the crash of a tum- with eyes and mouth opon nnd did not His face without blemish and en Â¬ washed John Murphy Well you did not bling houso unwisely constructed uttor a word until tho overture was The fact is the Lord was a Â¬ I know that know him Once when I was in great No technicalities no splitting of hairs half over Then as tho musicians hanced by a tempered bloom his coun- great friend of water Nose and from the fact that most of tho world is bereavement he came to my house between north and northwest side no struck a few mighty notes tho little tenance ingenious and kind His water Hut when I find Christ Kind ministers of the gospel had eomo dogmatics but n great Christly throb fellow screamed trembled throw him mouth arc in no way faulty beard is full of the same color as his in such constant commendation of and talked beautifully and prayed with of helpfulness I do not wonder at tho solf into his mothers arms and Bobbed Oh mamma That that is lair and forked in form his eyes blue water I know Ho was personally neat us and did all they could to console record which says Whon Ho wns music mammabecame so excited that his Ho one of tho best como down from the mountain great And extremely brilliant although He mingled much among very us Hut John Murphy My opinion is it was a Jewish face rough populations and took such long friends I ever had a big souled glori- Â¬ multitudes followed Ilim Thoy had mother dared not keep him in the thea- ter She led him out boforo tho beginHo wore ous Irishman came in and looked but one fault to find with His bermon 7Iis mother was a Jewess and there is journeys on dusty nighways no womanhood on earth more beautiful His hair long according to the custom into my face put out his broad it was too short God holp all of us in ning of tho firstactconviuced that sho1 Alas that of His land and time but neither strong hand and buhl not a word but Christian work to got down off our must cease opposing his desiro to make than Jewish womanhood I am not stilts and realize thoro is only ono thing music his profession long before tho Daguerrcan trouble nor old ago had thinned or in Â¬ sat down and cried with us He lived bo and photographic arts were born or jured His lock which were never worn enough of a philosopher to say how it we havo to do thoro is tho groat wound HUMOROUS no might have known His exact feat shaggy or unkempt Yea all II is hab- was or why it was but somehow from of tho wdrlds sin and sorrow and hore Â¬ tires I know that sculpture and paint its of personal appearanco wore lovely door to door and from floor to ceiling is the great healing plaster of tho GosDoctor You cough moro oaslly pel What you and I want to do is to tins morning Sobriotv was also an established the room was filled with an ing were born long boforo Christ and I ought to Patient put tho plaster on tho wound All Buf comfort Jesus wept they might have transferred from olden habit of His life In addition to tho I practiced all night Hallo I think that is what makes Christ ficiont is this Gospol if it is only ap-Â¬ times to our times the forehead tho water Ho drank the juice of the grape I should llko to seo any man try nostril the eye the lips of our Lord When at a wedding party this beverage such a popular Christ Thoro aro so plied A minister proachlng to an au to kiss me No doubt but you Phidias the sculptor put down his chi- Â¬ gave out Ho mado gallons on gallons many who want sympathy Miss Fiske dienco of sailors concerning tho ruin shouldnt admit it p sel of enchantment five hundred years of grapo juice but it was as unlike tho famous Ncstorian missionary who by sin and tho rescue by tho Gospol Tho boy who fnln would lonrn to swim before Christ came Why did not some what tho world makes in our time as was in tho chapel ono day talking to accommodated himself to sailors vor Can BtuillouHly protnoto bin wishes This plank bears tmo take up that chisel and give us tho health is different from disease and as tho heathen and she was in very poor nacular and said I giiurnntuo tho fu ot to him If ho but join a school of italics calm pulses aro different from tho par- Â¬ health and so weak she sat upon a mat Many years after this preacher was side face or full face of our Lord Mrs Coffee Thcro whilo sho talked and felt tho need of called to sco a dying sailor and asked Whoro did you learn the painter put down his oxysms of delirium tremens Polygnotus Daughter It isnt pencil 400 years boforo Christ Why was no strychnino in that beverage no something to lean against when sho him about his hope and got the sug that new piece a now pioco Tho piano has beon did not some ono take it up and give logwood or mix vomica The tipplers felt a womans form at her back and gostivo reply This plank boars Lean tuned us at least the eye of tho Lord tno oyo and the sots who now quote the wine- - heard a womans voico saying Town Topics j Sho leaned a littlo but did A Paralytics Will Mr Gusher a self satisfied boro that sovereign of tho face Diony making in Cana of Galileo as an excuse on me for tho fiery and damning beverages of not want to bo too cumbersome when A bill mado by a bed riddon paraly aius the literary artist who saw at I can toll just what people aro think- Loan hard tic ablo to speak only three words ing of mo Egypt the strange darkening tho nineteenth century forgot that the tho womans voico said Miss Pert Indeed How And that yes of the heavens at tho time of Christs wine at tho Now Testament wedding if you love me lean hard no and will was rccontly very unpleasant it must bo for you I the ono makes Christ so lovoly Ho wants all contested in a Kentucky court crucifixion near Jerusalem and not had two characteristics The Brooklyn Life knowing what it was but describing it that tho Lord mado it and tho tho sick and troubled and weary to testator could not write but was ablo Woll I suppose Lean to make her wishes known to thoso off without a singloeverything wont as a peculiar eclipso of tho sun and other that it was made out of water lean against Him and Ho says hitch up at Aye about her by using ono of tho thrco Browns saying Either the Deity suffers or Huy all you can of that kind and hard if you love me lean hard It did You see the bride sympathizes with some sufferer that drink it at least three times a day and He is close by with His sympathetic words mentioned in response to specu Â¬ had olopod with tho best man two hours Dionysius might have put his pen to send a barrel of it around to my cellar help Heoley Vicars tho famous sol- Â¬ lative questions asked by them Her before Inter Ocean the work and drawn tho portrait of You can not make me bolievo that tho dier and Christian of tho Crimean war son testified that for several days ho tho trouble a It has In wr Lord Hut no The fino arts wero blessed Christ who went up and down died because when ho was wounded his had noticed her desiro to communicate meeting isnt bills that givesman a care- Â¬ his him appear healing the sick would create for man regiment was too far off from tho tont something and ho kept guessing until worn busy perpetuating the form and look says a philosopher Its Ho was not mortally ho finally hit upon tho question anco of tho worlds favorites only and that stylo of drink which is tho cause of supplies Do the trouble ho has in dodging them form autl appearance of tho of disease moro than all other causes wounded und if tho surgeons could you want to mako a will to which not the Philadelphia llocord Yes peasantry among whom Christ ap combined or that ho who calmed tho only have got at tho bandages and tho sho answered An attorney Mrs Winks Damo Fortuno has maniacs into thoir right mind would medicines he would havo recovered was summoned who explained to hor poared been smiling on Neighbor Hicks I y create that stylo of drink which does So much of human sympathy and hope- Â¬ tho nature of a will and by a scries of the fifteenth It was not until Mrs Jinks Oh tho horrid hear or until moro than fourteen hun Â¬ moro than anything else to fill insano fulness comes too late but Christ is al Â¬ questions which sho answered by old wretch und his poor doar wifo not Â¬ Â¬ dred years after Christ that tal asylums or that He who was so help ways close by if wo want Him and has means of the throe words at her com- Â¬ dead a month Inter Ocean ented painters attempted by pencil to ful to the poor would make a stylo ofÂ¬ all the medicines ready and has eternal mand elicited her desiro in regard to Why Frank Beets nro full of of Christs face Tho drink that crowds tho earth with pau life for all who ask for it Sympathy tho disposition of her property By pive us the idea Aye Ho was lovoly in His doctrine tho terms of tho will tho estate was sugar arent thoy mamma Mam- Â¬ pictures before that timo wore so offen Â¬ perism or that Ho who came to bavo Yes Frank Frunlc VThen sive that the council at Constantinople the nations from sin would create a Self sacrifice or the relief of tho suffer Â¬ divided between her four chlldron dis- Â¬ ma Hut Leon Â¬ liquor that is tho source of most of tho ing Ho was tho only physician that inheriting tho child of hor deceased mamma why does tho cook go and put forbade their exhibition Harpers Bazar fifteenth eoutury crime that now stuffs tho penitentia Â¬ over proposed to euro His patients by eldest son who was tho contestant in vinegar on them ardo Da Vinci in tho Self sacrifice fuco on two canvases ries A lovely sobrioty was written all taking their disorders Blyklns is a very woll Informod tho trial Tho will was sustained by presented Christs I used to think so yet tho one was a repulsive face and over his face from the hair lino of tho And what did Ho not give up for oth- Â¬ tho jury but tho court of appeals re- Â¬ man What Tho best climate in tho universe versed tho docislon on tho ground that has happened to shako your faith tho other an eiTominato face Raphaels forehead to tho bottom of tho boarded ers the nir of Heaven for the wintry everything had first boon concoived by Well you seo ho has qualified as a face ofChrist is a weak face Albert Durs chin Domesticity was also His habit weather of Palestine a sceptre of un- Â¬ those about tho woman and that she juror in a capital case was a savage face Titians Washington face of Christ face of Christ is an expressionless face Though too poor to havoa homo of His limited dominion for a prisoners box was not roally competent by roasou of Star Tho mlghtest artists either with pon own Ho wont out to spend tho night in an earthly courtroom a flashingÂ¬ her physical disability to mako a wilL Mrs Figg What is tho reason I N Y Sun cil or chisel havo mado signal failure at Bethany two or thrco miles walk tiara for a crown of stinging bramnevor seo you playing with Jimmy In attempting to give tho forohead the from Jerusalem nnd over a rough and bles a palace for a cattlo pen a throne Briggs Tommy If aint Business Say old man I want to got no any moro Solf sacriflco What is cheek tho eyes tho nostril the mouth hilly road that mado it equal to six or for a cross respect for the fashions He talk business to you a fow minutes miles every morning moro lovoly Mothors dying for their seven ordinary of ourblesbcd Lord Certainly Could you vnnts to bo playln marbles Jn top Hut about his face I can toll you and night going to and fro I would children down with scarlet fovor rail Â¬ lend mo 25 go ahead spinnin time Indianapolis Journal without inconvonienco it something positive and beyond contro- Â¬ rnthor walk from hero to Central Park road engineers going down through Pegg Sometimes the absolute Yes I think I could Thanks Ill suro it was a soulful face or wullc from Edinburgh to Arthurs opon draw brlogo to save the train versy i Inn faith my boy has in my wisdom Tho face is only tho curtain of tho Sent or in London clear around Hyde firemen scorched to death trying to return it shortly Why What security me almost ushamed of myself raakew or I didnt Pott disposl park than to walk that road that holp somo one down the ladder from will you give soul It was impossible that a You need not worry It will aver Â¬ Oh probably should not havo dem Â¬ Christ walked twice a day from Jeru tho fourth story of tho consuming think any necessary tiou like Christs age up all right By the time he onstrated itsolf in his physiognomy sarom to Hothany Hut he liked the houso all these put togothor only faint I misunderstood you I thought you twonty ho will think yoij kuow noU U il- Â¬ laid you wanted to talk business Kindness as an occasional impulse may quietude of homo life and lie was and insufficient similo by which to nfif at all Tit Blts lustrate the grander mightier farther Indianapolis SentineL dve no illumination to the features lovely in His domesticity Â¬ Altogether but kindness as tho lifelong dominant How He ehjoyed handing1 over the habit will produce attractlvonoss of resurrected boy to hia mother and the countcnanco as certainly as tho shin resurrocted girl to her father and reing of tho sun produces flowers Chil- Â¬ constructing homesteads which disoase dren nro afraid of a scowling or or death was breaking up As the hard vlsagcd man They cry out if song Homo Sweet Homo was writ ho proposes to tako them If ho try to ten by a man who at that timo had no caress thorn ho evokes a slap rather home so I think the homelcssncss of than a kiss All mothers know how Christ added to His appreciation of do hard it is to got their children to go to mesticity a man or woman of forbidding appearFurthermore ho was lovoly in His ances Hut no sooner did Christ appear sympathies Now dropsy is a most in the domestic group than thcro was distressful complaint It inflames and an infantilo excitement and the swells and tortures nny limb or physi youngsters began to struggle to get cal organ it touches As soon as a case Thoy of that kind is submitted to Christ Ho out of their mothers arms could not hold tho children back without any uso of diaphoretics commands its cure And what an oyo Stand back with thoso children scolded somo of the disciples Perhaps openor Ho was for opening the long tho littlo ones may have boon playing closed gates of sight to tho blue of tho in tho dirt and their faces may not sky and tho yellow o tho flower and havo boon clean or they may not havo tho emerald of iio grassi What a reaching eelf sacrliee of the Alto gether Lovely Do you wonder that the story of Hia Â¬ PERSONAL AND LITERARY r- i M A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ J3 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Plek-Me-U- Heli--opol- is Â¬ con--tnr- W j i fa I U f tU m tmiuti Vawv nttaAA fe Kr jl W ft T3K3B SC3B3ftJUS i2mgr5SrBSgrvx x aUj ilSSSBrStf CkSHIBK HWHI w5QPl5LJi Thursday HAZEL GREEN Juno UY 7 1894 ANNOUNCEMENTS For Oongross Wc nro authorized to announce JOSEPH M hs a candidate for Congress from the Tenth Congressional District subject to the action KENDALL of Floyd county Kentucky of tho Democratic party C Wo nro authorized to announce MARCUS LISLE of Clark county as a candidate for Congress from the Tenth Congressional District subject to the action of the Demo Â¬ cratic party For Sheriff Wo nro authorized to announce SAM HENRY WILSON as a candldato for slicrill of Wolfo county subject only to tho will of tho people at thy noils in November 1811 YOULL FIND IT HERE Henry Frith shot and killed F M Inl infer o at IJunkie La on Friday last Harry QUI a negro was lynched at Lan caster S C early Sunday morning Civil war has broken out in Bulgaria and Coxcys army might find employment Cholera prevails at Myslowittz Upper Silesia and is spreading over the Russian border Clifton It Ilrcckinrldge present congress man from Arkansas hits been defeated for ronominatlon A monkey two Italians and a negro wo man wore tho principals in a free tight at Louisville Sunday night Two hundred negroes left Birmingham Alabama Sunday to take the places of striking Pennsylvania miners Citizens of Carter county refuse abso lutely to pay tho railroad tax recently ordered collected by the federal court Dr John M Clemens of Louisville a died at his resi cousin of Mark Twain dence in that city Sunday front paralysis Tho terms of sixtv three presidential postmasters will expire this month but they arc nearly all in eastern and northern states ltcports that come from the western part of Kansas are very discouraging and show that tho wheat crop in that section is a total failure Tho body of a man about 15 years of age was taken from the Ohio river at Cincinnati supposed to bo Andrew Turpin of Hig Hone Ky Mrs L II Lee a professional nurse of Louisville cniuc near dying from a dose of morphine taken Saturday night to relieve the headache August Belmont of New York accom panied by several friends arrived in hexing ton Friday and visited Mr Belmonts stock farm near that city Charles A Thomas of Lexington has been chosen as the representative of Kentucky University in tho Chautauqua oratorical contest next mouth Eugene Chambers a little boy was inn over and killed by an electric car while returning from a Sunday school picnic at Lexington lust Saturday Tho corner stone of tho Norwegian hos pital at Chicago was laid Sunday When liuished tho hospital will be the first Norwe gian charitable institution in the city Victoria Stein of Chicago has sued Clar encu II Soulpaugh of Monitoko Minn for 50000 for breach of promise and she has fifty of his letters to back up her suit Jesse McGregor has been arrested at Wellsvllle Ohio for the murder of bis mis tress Lizzie Ewlug which occurred u year since under mysterious circumstances J Lowrio Bell the Republican second assistant postmaster general haw at last resigned his position and the place will bo made ghul by u Democrat or vfeo ver a Most of the GOO striking miners who were in camp near Evans Iowa have returned to their homes and this is thought to foreshadow the collapse of the strike at that placo Maud llubol a 10 yenr old girl of Omaha Neb was mysteriously murdered at that dace and Dr Drown with whom she had ccn keeping company was arrested for the crime Some 50000000 arc suid to bo awaiting the heirs of the late Nicholas Noyes of Newbury Mass and it will bo distributed as soon as a conplete list of tho beneficiaries can bo tuude Judge Darr of the United States court sitting at Owensboro on Monday annulled tho separate conch law on tho ground that it interferes with luter stato commerce and is unconstitutional Hon John W Ycrkcs of Danville posi tively declines to make tho race for congress from tho eighth Kentucky district even it tho Republican nomination bo tendered him without personal effort Tho grand larcony charge against Charles A Hardin alias Ketchum has been dls missed Ht Kansas City utid bis was turned over to tho Tennessee authorities to answer for tho Wolls Fnrgo express robbery Tho 500 prize ollerod by tho Courier Journal for tho closest guess to tho rainfall during tho month of May will bo divided among thitty persons who guessed 300 Guesses were Inches tho exact figures recorded from 12000 subscribers Andy Johnson tho Bell county terror who hid killed a dozen or more men was shot ml killed at a negro dance In tho sub wrbs of Piuevillo on Saturday night by Jim Horn who also died a half hour afterward front wounds inflicted by Johnsons pistol George Robinson of Campion has sent unu Next ub a ehauge tor ms an um bH8V we hfivfl neeiectcu 10 uu an U11U in tho Inauu U A will tin SO ho is selling want to nay that MMHtiMewe a very ne line of furniture at low prices William Loekhart Callio NIokoll and Cewb ofKl are In town thin week Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Only r Bhort time eluce there aWM considerable talk alout a turnplko from Ilazol Green to Torrent Tub IIkrald told of tho proposition made by tho Kentucky Union railroad nt that time nntl everything favored mi cnrly com Â¬ nioncomciit of work on tho road Tho Winchester peoplo wero also interested in the matter and ttio papers at that plnco took occasion to place the matter before the business men there that they might aid us when tho tithe came All that appeared necessary nt tjiut time was the co opcrotion of county officials and tho many individuals who favored tho project Our idea then won and wo aro still of tiiat opinion that private individuals should raise one half the stock and tho county tako tho remaining half Many citizens of the county havo sig nified their willingness to tako stock some as much iHJU worth anil others in sums ranging from 500 to f0 Tho editor of this papor will put 100 into tho enterprise and we aro absolutely certain that if only one fourth tiio men in tho county equally ns able will contribute a like amount and tho county do her part tho turnpike will be built at an early day Let some man start with a subscription paper and sec how much ho can raise and let nil who favor tho pike send us their names mid the amount of stock they will each tako Finally let us hear from tho magistrates on tho sub ject In this connection we have received tho following letter Till N l Q IANN CONHTIIUCTION Co Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ladies Ministers ana rnysxcians All Iudorao tho T m- f in fl - JM J7PTpnpniCIr LLlU lUl UlUU I VtJ has cured mo of rheumatism and illness the result of typhoid fever as weli as catarrh Have used it in tho family 78 years old down from mother-in-lato the baby used it on tho baby while teething and it worked like a charm For throat troublo we havo never found anything to equal it Several of my neighbors have them and aro all well pleased I can not say too much in praiso of the Elcctropoiso Mitfl F M Callahan Verona Ky w For Babies as Well as Old Folks I am glad to Bay that tho Elcctropoiso rv 54 M 3 - tf ii timo it had relieved tho brain congestion and vortigo I began the noxt day to study I ate from that time what I pleased and since then I have been a comparatively well mnn Rev Geo H Means Covington Ky Brain Congestion and Vortigo Cured With tho Elootropoiso Sirs Last Jury I was taken with vertigo a congestion of tho smaller blood vessels of the brain hyporaemia I could not study everything I ate dis agreed with me nt last I ate no solid food but even miups and liquid food did not agree with me I was induced in one nights to try the Elcctropoiso Â¬ Praotioal as Well as Thoorotioal I nm much pleased with my experi Â¬ ence with tho Etectropoise and believe it in advance of any known remedy in theory for tho restoration of tho normal condition of the system and its effects in tho euro of disease has proved its efficacy practically and theoretically J W Claiik M D Augusta Ky 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¬ Â¬ QKNKIIAI ftr v Mil SlltNCKit CooiKlt Hazel Green Ky Dear Sir We wote Mr Ed T Kohlhass city clerk of Winchester in regard to the proposed turnpike road from Torrent to Hazel Green and he referred us to you Will you please give us whatever informa tion you can in regard to tho construction of this road when it is to be commenced and how soon the profiles and specifications will be ready also when will bids be usked for Yours truly N I Ciiann CoNSTiurrnoN Co Â¬ Galksiiuko CONTKACTOU8 1 1 May II 1811 J ADDRESS DuBois fi09 Webb Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky aiOKOAN COUNTY XKWS Mil ACADEMY OF THE VISITATION f SN town MImmIIcm fou Our school election passed oil quietly It A Ohilders elected trustee YOUWG LADIESOur neighbor district just over in Mt AdmirnbUos Whlto Sulphur Ky Monefcc held an election Saturday last This institution under the direction of No whisky for whisky or no whisky the Sisters of the Visitation II V M is sit carried Uood uated in a healthy mid beautiful local ty of It A Day hasaold his farm near town for the well known llluc Grass Region Here the pupils enjoy the comfots of 1750 So you see Illurt tho postollice will come back to town at once We tins homo far removed fram the distractions of would not know how to appreciate the a city and can consequently with greater facility avail themselves of the advantages sweol unless wo occasionally had some afforded of a thorough cnucatinu bitter Terms reasonable Music Crayon and 1 E Lacy says he had ninety frying Painting extra House is heated by steam chickens missing in the last few weeks apparatus For further particulars address Sisters of tho Visitation B V M and with the assistance of some of iiis neighbors found the thief under a cliff of the clucks one rabbit one with WM B LOGAN ground squirtel and a black snake Hud says minks did it all and were preparing for a strike or Coxeys army Jo Hates and our friend Capt ficorgo WINCHESTER KY Rice were in town today with a drove of horses and mules If Mr Hates would Mail orders promptly attended to and advertise in Thk Hkkaii and let our your patronage is desired Call when in people know when ho would be hero the citv with his stock they would always be ready for trade and ho would soon save PHILLIPS the price of a mule in expense WITH WALTER AWOOD 1894 Always at the front in design style and quality of our MOWERS HAY RAKES TUBULAR STEEL MOWER Druggist and Bookseller REAPERS and BINDERS with latest improvements we call attention of farmers to their great strength durability and light hay rake JH WlXOIKSS Holluirt HiiiihIiIim W M KERR IOIIUKRS IN CO draft Our sales show that they are unexcelled Send for Catalogue ira i Â¬ Â¬ iHi j- - A il Ji sir to A Hardware much Agricultural Implements We find that all the school elections I RONTON O around went off quietly Cynthia Goso is very ill at this writing and not expected to recover Sunday school is in good working order at the Amyx school house with a WIIOIKHAIK DKAIK1IS IX large number in attendance Judge Levi Kash Uncle Johnny Rose and Judgj O W Carson arc commission imBv ers to lot off tho farm of J S Wilson ENCLOSED QEAR REAPER HARVESTER AND BINDER deceased Rev J T Wilson of color n blind minister preached at the colored school house near Ed Littles Sunday at 11 Third Ilaoe and Union Sis oclock a m and at tho Amyx school CINCINNATI O house at 2 oclock p in There wa a A largo crowd at each place and all seemed Wo carry the goodk that will suit your to bo well edified and well pleased with trade and our prices are THK LOWEST I T For lilt benefit of ll iniiicg iu Hazel Green atid vlclnitv Jl III11VC oiionud n fivNFnAT iiig his sermons Matt Special attention given to mail orders r ii WISHING GOODS STORE at my resld nee in Hazel Green and will carry com plete line of the following articles which will be sold at the LOWEST PRICES vir r it A Prominent Trainer Silks and Velvets Ladies Gloves umiica Hats A Walsh a prominent horseman Underwear Handkerchiefs Hat Trimming Ribbons John Ladles Toilets Curlig Iron wnnie Hones woolen Dress uooos and trainer nt Pawtucket R I writes unitizing rainifl - and Wlmle IJone Casings Ginghams Lawns c Silk Laces black and white as follows u I havo used Quinns Oint Â¬ Laces Embroideries Muslins White Goods Ladies Slippers ment and am pleased to say I think it Veilings Infunts Caps Dress Shields Corsets Complete line of Hosiery has no equal and I cheerfully recomDress Trimmings umureuas loweis Elastics etc etc mend it to all This is the continued If yon want new styles and the Buy Your Hats of Me and Get Tiea Trlamed Free ot Okarae best good at bottom prices oxpression of tho leading horsemen and My stock will embrace even article of Ladies wear iu the latest slvle just you can always find thehi them breedors throughout the United States too numerous to r at jiWlt11andf wil I y t and notionsdresses to suit the mention I will alio do from the DRESS For curbs splints spavins wiudpuffs MAKING make cut hurd time prices Rest system of and all bunches it has no equal Trial cutting by the Buddiiigton Cutting Machine which win awarded first nrcmiuui at the package will bo scut upon recoipt ot 26 Worlds Fair 1893 JdrMlM LAURA RAWLING8 of Covington well favora blv known to the ladles ot this vicinity will be my assistant Yourk cents silver or stamps Regular size 160 trade is respectfully solicited and satislactlou guaranteed Very respectfully delivered Address W H Eddy fc Co 16 and 1Q West Main Street Whitehall N Y unless you etui obtain Mrs FRED DAY from your druggist For salo by John LEXINGTON KENTUCKY M Rose A Hlllt Dentroyetl OTEL LELAHD Lexington Ky Collector Stephen Tutt of Camp H Deputy 8 11 IIIIOOKS lroprlctor ton with a posse of four Wolfo county men captured the still of Hed Hob Baker on New ihilldlngl Gas and Electric Light Ilufitilo Cre k in Owsley county the 17th Electric Elevator Heated throughout with ult linker is said to be one of the most frRates 200 a Day Near noted moonshiners In Kentucky his still Hot Water having been run for the last twenty years business center and depot Come und ace Many efforts have been made to rapturo It me S H MtOOKS Respectfully but in vain The one taken was new All wus burnt tho tubs and other apparatus Safest Best nnd MOST FLOYD imtD Agency and the still cut to pieces linker escaped Campion Ky in Eastern Kentucky He has often been tried but never convicted Hates Reasonable Judgo Tutt passed through here on his way ATTORNEY A1VLAW Mrs Floyd home and gave us tho above mid children who have been at the Day pit Abstracts of title furnished collec Riverside for the last two weeks returned tions inado and prompt returns guaranteed Jaok Connected with the law firm of Wood Day to their liniiui at Clay City Monday Mt Sterling Ky in civil practice on Hustler Address A HOFFMAN Mt Storling Ky The snow has damaged corn crops very WALTER A WOOD MOWING AND REAPING MACHINE CO j i LOUIS STIX 3 CO Â¬ Dry Goods NOTIONS Etc DRY GOODS See W W a- - REEDMt Sterling Ky for prices 1 CITY STORE AT YOUR DOOR I I I Â¬ NOTIONS CASSELL PRICES HOFFMANS RELIABLE FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT A Â¬ ASSETS OVER LOSSES PAID TW MHfetThe 26000000 27600000 rw s mrr T i4 Wl rpjr f - Y1 ypwaywut vr-Ti-- tyrl t t iiii i iim mpmlli V - -i wrtMt 3 -- 13 - SHE W T Caskey Ben Quioksall Johns Ad ams and others of tho committco who went to Winchester as escort to Clay Laoy arc loud in their praiso of the people of Winchester and thov aro in love with the town But their experience is the same as that of all who visit that beautiful little city and wo are therefore not surprised that they loll in love Wo always havo loved her and alio is the same today that she was away baak yonder when John Garner and Anderson Ouisenborry used to push the pencil on the old Democrat and produce pyrotechnics by their sclntllatious One Jnku Suuerbuck then kept tho club house where we nightly congregated to drink inspiration and other things and all went well until Jake bought a claybauk filly and a calash Anderson wrote it up and for awhile we thought John Garner would have to write n few lines of But n committee wait farewell to Kew ed on Jake and instead of a bier for Cusli he set up the bock and other things for the crowd and all went merry its a marriage bell Speaking of marriage reminds us that were we not wedded to Hazel Green wed mnrry Winchester tomorrow such is our confidence in her virtue her honesty her Then good looks and her warm heart again we are reminded that Winchester is older than she was Aye but like that old sweetheart of mine she grows more beautiful as she grows older aud her dress is more becoming to the age of progress with which she keeps pace And while she is older her heart is still warm for wel come is the door plate to every house tho latch string of which never wears out or breaks But why go on we do not love Hazel Green any less in loving Winchester though we might love her more were WinÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Pleratt last evening Jonas Vaniiant was tho guest of Henry P Joe Taulbco won tho declamatory contest at tho academy lost night Rev B W Trimble of Mt Sterling is up for a two weeks visit to friends and relatives P v v Dudley Arnctt of Hendricks Magoffin county is the guest of Italelgh Thompson this week Frank Kash is at home from Clay City aud receiving treatment from his father for rheumatism Restores faded thin And gray hair to its original color toxture and abundanco provents it from falling out checks tendoncy to baldness and promotes a now and vigorous growth A oloan safo elegant and economical hair dressing Hair Vigor AYERS 3m BUT WMMJr em tnununr AND M W3 i SAVE YOUR HOUSE CHEAP SIMPLE RELIABLE HANDY Everywhere Popular Nino months after having the ty- Â¬ phoid fovor my Load was perfectly bald I was Induced to try Ayora Hair Vigor and beforo I had used half a bottlo the hair began to grow Two inoro bottloa brought out as good a head of hair as over I had On my rocommondation my brother William Craig mado uso of Ayora nair Vigor with tho samo good Stephen Craig 833 Charlotte results St Philadelphia Pa I grass region Fred Atkinson of Salyersvillc was in town Monday en route home from the blue Miases Cora and Lennie Combs and mother of Ezel are visiting Mrs F McQuire of this place Miss KHza Henry of Ezel is the guest oi Uncle Hurry Swungo and wife during com menccment week Insurance may cover actual loss of goods burned but it does not pay for time and tnulo lost while ro cstnblishing business PItEVENT THE FIRE WITH A STEMPEL John Patrick merchant and trader of Johnson fork hns been quito sick with lever but is now much improved Paris Salver and sister Miss llosu and Miss Waunlu May of Liokburg arc among tho commencement visitors Â¬ Ayers Hair Vigor Prepared by Dr J O Ayer k Co Lowell Mum Bold by DruggUla Everywhere Morgan Counties JW SPENCER tfCall COOPER Hazel Greon Ky agent for Wolfe and and boo tho Littlo Wondor V Miss Mattic Quicksall who has been visiting relatives In Texas since some time Inst fall returned home last week chester nearer Judge elect Q T Center Harlan Stam The on at the per of Camp to ii were over to see the exor- Monday entertainment the little academy all ones was evening by cises at the academy Tuesday night th t could be desired and away beyond tho Monday was county court day and on expectations of many visitors who did not know what bright children Hazel Green Tuesday the quarterly court convened poscsses Some of these little tots deserve Oaly a few citizens of this place attended especial mention but in accordance with Mrs Frank Horton of Cnmareo is visit- our custom on like occasions wc shall give ing her sister Mrs F N Day of this place no names lest we err in our judgment and aud taking in the exercises nt the academy honor the wrong ones Sufhce to say they all acquitted themselves in the best manner Gardner Jones of Hedges and John and deserve u world of praise for their Howerton of Mt Sterling attended the patience and toil On Tuesday night the children of larger commencement exercises at the academy growth had their entertainment and it was this week also a pronounced success in every particuMisses Louella and Anna Murphy of lar but as sickness prevented our attend Greasy creek aro visiting Mr and Mrs John ance we can only speak from heresay That Davis and taking in commencement week both the entertainments however compare at the academy favorably with any similar ones given in the faculty Kentucky wc Raleigh Thompson who has been rustica- deserves greatarc convinced andpatience in praise for their ting in Morgan and Miigoflir counties for a in several months post is home for the acad- producing such proficiency the m short of routine time besides attending to emy commencement school duty Next week we will have some In a school election held for trustees in thing to say of the other nights entertain District No 02 Morgan county on Saturday ments last L C Patrick received 16 votes and Rev J T Wilson colored preached in Greenville Taulbee 3 the Methodist church at tins place on Thurs Rev Yancey of Cvnthiana will nrrive day morning and again on baturduy night here this evening He will deliver the aud those who heard linn say lie is a tine annual address to the school tomorrow pulpit orator He was born in Clink county and raised in Bath and Montgomery but is morning at 030 oclock at present located at Jackson His language About twenty five of the students at the both in conversation and in his sermons academy were examined in this and adjoin- displays learning yet he has been blind ing countios last week for certificates to since he was but two years of age Many doubtless nTTeuded the services on Saturday teach Nearly all report favorably night frem curiosity as they had never JimmieDar who is clerking for his uncle heard a colored divine talk but all the Frank Horton of Camargo is this week same he had an exceptionally large congre visiting ills father and mother Fred Day gation including many of our best people and wife of this place and may stay two While here he was the guest of Alex Hig gins our colored friend weeks A first class 25 horse power potable saw Hazel Green did not win the oratorical mill complete and if needed a good corn prize in the contest held at Winchester on mill all in complete order Price and terms Friday night but there is considerable satis reasonable For particulars address May faction in the fact that Gov John Young town Mill Co Maytown Ky Brown one of the judges voted for II Clay Lacy for first place and It is generally con R A Childers a prominent merchant of ceded that the winning boys having on knee Maytown gave us a pleasant call yesterday breeches had something to do with the and had several hundred bills printed awarding of the prizes All who have heard Dick knows where to get the best work Clay deliver his piece pronounce his delivand always comes to TilK HErald ery and his gestures nil that could be desired Presbyterian church and there can be no doubt that he will some The meeting at the day prove a fine speaker and a prize winner in this place notice of which was made in in greater contests Hazel for last week closed on Friday and the Green and on Hah may the colors these columns top thcir went to French and Saturday Bro Bedinger ever be seen burg where he preached on Sunday While we this week give a very large Do you want the best rolls nii mi lit oi iiiuk it in in nml nn ni n ii it inrin Do you want tne uesi nourr wool and wheat to as to appear otherwise and we hope our If you do bring your get the best Mill patrons will take due notice of this Next will Maytown and you week we hope to print nil our paper at home ami machines running every day and give several special articles besides a Maytown Mill Co full correspondence Our correspondents begin the publication will confer a favor by sending in their We shall next week favors n8 early as Tuesday and we shall be will of all our paper at home and weliving be especially grateful if they will give all the in those who have friends obliged if news in their respective neighborhoods distant parts of the state or in other states TlIK HKRAln is dependent upon the cor will give us their names and postoflice ad respondents for very much of its success dress that we may mail them sample copies and the editor feels a very warm friendship us Dr Harry Wilford an English optician for tliem Give THUbig letters next week NKvs is temporarily located at this place is friends and am who treating a great many persons for defective Mrs F N Day whose advertisement op eyesight etc and all of his patients are pears in our paper under the heading City Dr Wilford has visited every store at your door is a firm believer in the improving country on the globe except the arctic use ot printers ink because she knows it regions and so far he has never seen a bet pays her to advertise Last Saturday she ter place than Hazel Green sold eight or ten hats to say nothing of a held their twenty world of notions mostly to Maytown parThe United Baptists who want to be Zion church ties second nnnual meeting at Mt H wSunday in theLadies at a distance fashion have learned through Tin fork oflicking on the Johnson COO Hkram that Miss Laura Rnwliugs with last Thero was a crowd estimated at Mrs F N Day is one of the most tasty and tlie best pi oruer neonle Eastern Kentucky and to throuchout tho day only one person under trimmers in the demand thus created keep the hppm of men pace with tlm Influence of liquorr vwiif Mntnhiinp nnn i city store is constantly receiving new goods mm oi ii4 ics Elder Ell Williams and others delivered discourses WOLFK COUNTY NKWS During a difficulty Friday night between roo City Locals afoe am some some of the town boys on one Mrs J II Cottle who has been sick for boys on the other Lee of the academy the disturb rapidly Brooks who attempted to quiet st bj some several weeks be is now feet againimproving on her and will soon cut on the right wr ance was In a trial before Rev J T Wilson colored preached at one so far unknown the evidence Judge Rollin Kash Saturday blame on any the Christian church last Sunday night His sermon was a surprise to those that had not sufficient to place the next not heard him He is a man of intelligence one and he continued the case until and ability Saturday contest took place Mr A M Nickell lea Tuesday lust for The stato declamatory not last nfght We havewager Prestonsburg to return home with his family at Winchester and relatives have laid a heard he result but we C Lacy of Hazel who has been visiting friends They returned at that place for a month past in our mind tnat H would win Mr Lacy was here yea on Sunday last well pleased with the visit Jolm bat scene Our old friend William Linden was marterday en route to the Caskey of Hon c W O rVavens W T ried a short time since to Miss Esther Had mL A P B F QufcksuU and J S Gillmore creek after h regular set to IteeY Green went down to be dix of courtship of twenty seven years This wife present at the contest Montgomery County is an estimable lady and Bill is u prince of clever fellows and we wish them nil the Times account happlneis they would have enjoyed had years ago The Winchester Democrat In its at that plaee they married forty town as well as of the declamatory contest Clay Lacy of The citizens of our of all Henry last Friday about attended on last academy camo next His the region round long been Hazel Green known as tho was Sunday what has Pyramids Not all Egyptian June meeting held on Johnson fork in many of the others In a newer one than This meeting was estab rooognlM a worthy auccesor of Magoffin county who have lished 22 yeaas ago by Rev Ell Williams of MTnefee Taulbee and others has been regularly Side the mountains famous The story of tho Baptist church and in Juno ever since ciroumstances held on tho 1st Sunday struggle against adverse Wend and the ability It has become more celebrated and popular Sd than any of the annual meetings or associa with whicn ne uhuuicu m in the estimation of tions or any or ine ouurcues ic mis section Mm in the front rank And aud Jsmore largely attended many oj ins nearer Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WHmHi WmM a if la 11 13 and 15 W Main Street LEXINGTON KY Q0004At I WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Â¬ m to tho lunula of any but roliablo pooplo whon you aro looking for Wo aro tho largoat CLOTHING house in Contral Kentucky and inako a spocialty of 700 and 10 Suits With ovory suit for Men wo givo a guarantood lovor movo mont dust proof WATCH AND CHAIN FitEK White Kail m nml milv Ptrnli -- o y we waul your irnuo and urei ln Lexington prepared to show you the greatest solectlonl of goods In tho city Une largo room de voted to allocs n second room is lined with Dry Goods Notions etc while in tho third room we carry an immense stock of Gouts Furnishing Qoods lints utc To ascertain how many of tho readers of this nanor deal with us wo will allow a discount of 5 icr cent to any customer bringing tuts adver tisement when thoy deal Willi us This ot- feruoodfor two mouths only Watch for i jiliuua in uui uu viiiiB iVAMMMM4MMA J lnnnl v Inli vvi Snnt 0 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Begin me m fti Jill m Â¬ Lot your lirsl onlry bo a resolution not lo buy until you have soon us for Carpets Curtains Rugs Â¬ Oil Cloths Mattings 0 rf V GRAVES COX CO Â¬ LEXINGTON KY W W FYVIE VARNER CO You will run no chanco Things what thoy soom iro Tlioro will bo no disappointments in storo for you KKIKKSKNTINQ HUGH HICKS MANAGER 87 N Broadway LEXINGTON KY Â¬ SANFORD Â¬ wholesale dealers in Â¬ GIiOVBINIh 121 and 123 Second mil iiwiinipiirifwir DEALER IN if 9 Street 1 PORTSMOUTH O The trade of Eastern Kentucky is most respectfully solicited Â¬ Â¬ Mitchell Wagons Owensboro Wagons McCormick Binders and Mowers Livery Feed and Sale Stable Whitoleys Solid Steel Binders and Mowors HAZEL GREEN KY Repairs kept in stock for McCormick Whiteloy and Douhlc and Single Champion Machinery jir Granger and Tiger Hay Kakes Rigs and Saddle Horses and Malta Doublo Shovel Plows for hire Parties convey Avery ed to any point on reason able terms pSfl will also attend to all calls for auctioneering and solicit business of this kind Respectfully c JOHN II PIERATT J H PIERATT HARDWARE QUEENSWARE TINWARE And a Full Line of Agricultural Implements M iSSIS Â¬ A HOWARD STAMPER OAMPTON The Best and Cheapest Cook Stoves and Ranges on the Market Queensware at Cut Throat Prices MANTELS AND GRATES Tho Farmers Friend Attohney-at-La- w Â¬ KY nv -- Will practlco in the courts of Wolfe and the adjoining counties All business entrusted to our care will receive prompt attention T C V v r-- -- JOHNSON Camptou J If Hazel Qrecn 8WANOO JOHNSON ATTORNEYS-AT-LA- North Maysvillo Streot SWANGO W Mt Sterling Ky Will practice in tho Wolfo county and cir- Â¬ cuit courts Collections promptly made and abstracts of title furnished on short notice As it is Springtime of course everyone will want to clean house and must have J H U D A New Carpet or Matting HI T MILLEE DKAIKR IN Window Shades or House Furnishing Goods Such as Bedroom Suits Cheap Bedstead Rockers Pianos Organs Bureaus Tables Mattress and everything that you can iind in a first class Furniture House Wo havo tho lar Â¬ gest lino of Carpets in Eastern Kentucky and our Furniture is tho latest and at rock bottom prices Bo suro to call and see us at MASONIC TEMPLE JM Hardware Iron and KY Steel Â¬ LEXINGTON Adsf -- MOORE WITH CO BEN WILLIAMSON ayi1 Hardware Cutlery OATLETTSBURG KY Sole agency for South Rend Plows c Â¬ TVR J F LOOKHART iiffti MT Mt Sterling Ky STERLING KY SMITH ii J J r- - BSSfRXeR ZEL KY TRIMBLE BROTHERS JP i 7 i7- - i 7 - V V n T ilf 4 fr tr A 1 v - p t Jm JTf i r k yr v- - it 1 T 3Eir -- wr i ji ff be glad to Im jwnfc taking said Mrs Lloyd I have to cross here anyway tho child said SPlSNCER COOPER frafelUher I come this wuy to look into this window its really shorter HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY tho other way but I do lovo tho flow ors 80 and then I toll mother about them Wo got to tho exchango first if you dont mind waiting there a tninuto SHADOWS ON THE WALL WHHH for mo Thd picture is on tho way Our kitten hath a winning way home To our good graces Soon they reached tho door of the t And summons sailles by graceful play on samioncd races Itfl exchange and tho child went into tho v JJui louden rlnffs the prompt applause busemont door to deliver hor bundles When lrc llt evenings fall She took out a delicious looking mold And puss CBsavB with volvot paws of jolly and from tho basket some del- Â¬ lie abadowa oa tho walL icate little cakes Mrs Lloyd was The tresa that float beside your head looking on and said Why those V In semblance waving cakes look exactly llko some that I And fltruros quaint by angora mado UBed to havo whon I was a child in tho Her fancy craving wV Prompi tho wild spring tho futllo graap south Xi And then tho backward fall xos said tho woman who wns 1 Whtlo still unbaffled puss would clasp taking tho things somo ladies said Tho shadows on the wall tho otlier day that they wore real south Repeated balks but what desire ern cakes For dear possession f I will tako them said Mrs Lloyd More fiercely burns her oyo of flro f At each rocesston and she paid for thom and had them Till weariness unnerves tho clutch put in a box And yields to kind rocall As they stood thoro a lady came in Though still hor longing glances watoh and said Can you toll mo whom 1 The Bhadown on tho wall can sco hero about somo old lnco 1 want At w V - v K-- U V h u and said Wo live way up tiptop hut DIET FOR THE 8I0K SOLSVILLE MIRACLE i wont run to day So they went slowly up tho five long It OujcliC to lie n Good Deal tho Bnmo a tho lnrson Takes when Well flights At tho door Mrs Lloyd stopped of Philandwr Hyd4 In old timos It was customary when Restoration Sylvia and said You go In first and from Paralysis toll your father and mother that a lady ono became ill to prescribe a diot ol toast broth gruel nnd tho liko and Is here who camo about tho picture keep tho sufferer on the shortest kind Oil eomo right in said the child Recovery Belpleu and and opened the door bnt Mrs Lloyd of short rations even of this kind oi from Thla Pitiable Condition A Bemarkable Narrative stood on tho threshold until a gentle- Â¬ food No matter how long tho illnose man who was painting at an easel got continued this regime wns kept up Exhausting nnd depleting medicines up and went toward her From tho Syraouso Standard wore given nnd every effort scorned to I saw your picturo Mrs Lloyd said During tho pitst fow months there have in the window at Hlanks and I think bo mado to reduce tho strength and appeared in tho columns of tho Standard the it is a house I onco lived in an inn vitality of tho patient To bo sure particulars of a number of cures ao remark near Clovolly In England and I want many people get well in spite of this nblo as to Justify tho term miraculous to seo you about It please They gave treatment but it must bo said that it Thcso cases wero investigated and vouched mo your address at tho shop I mot was more through good luck than good for by tho Albawj Journal tho Defrott AVit Â¬ whoso repyour littlo daughter at a flower win- Â¬ managoment When tho constitutions Albany Ftprens and other papers facts wore utation is a guarantco that tho dow aud wo made each others ac- wero robust enough to triumph over as stated Different Bchools of medicine bo many adverse conditions there was quaintance there in tho pro Â¬ a more or less complete recovery but nnd somo of tho brightest lights unsuccess- Â¬ A lady got up and came forward fession had treated thcso cases Why yes that t tho placo delicate and susceptible temperaments fully and their recovery later on there- Â¬ saying then wo all oncc llvod there for I spent usually succumbed to this formidable fore and Its mciinB have croatod a profound sensation throughout tho country a month there and later I was there array of adversaries Modern medical commiui sense dii- - Tho Standard has published tho above ao- again with ray husband And sho tates that people shall not bo starvod counts for what thoy woro worth and are smiled a littlo at least whatever otlier treatment happily ablo to supplement samo to day by Sit down mndJtm said Mr Ithott A sullioiont amount an equally striking caao near homo Tho 1 shall be glad to may bo necessary placing n chair of nourishing food is therefore given caso is over in Madison county at Solsvillo sell you my picture if it has any mean- Â¬ nnd tho subject is Mr Pldlander Hyde who ing for you for it lias so much for us and this food is quite likely to bo the told tho roportor tho following her mistake lot humans smllo to sell that we are very reluctant to part with same that the person is in the habit of I will bo 70 In Soptcmber I was born Hut uotdrsptao hor J Upstairs said tho clerk and tho it but now wo cant indulge in senti- taking during health barring of In Brookfleld Mndlson county whero all Jlioso whom Intangibles beguile all extremely indigestible my llfo was spout until recently whon be- Â¬ Hay are thoy wlsor lady wont out ment aud ho gave a glance about the course Who life long grasp at famo or power dishes or those that will conflict with coming helpless I camo to livo with my Why do they buy laco too said room O wealth or honorn tall has tho child Ivo got somo Id llko to It has a very great deal in it for tho remedies given As a general tiling daughterahoro My Illfo occupation well been To find thorn when their tolls aro oer and was always a sick person requires very much lcsi that of farmer sell It Its my grandmas wedding veil me said Mrs Lloyd My father and Hut shadows on tho wall food than a well one although this is rugged until two years ago last winter 13 W 11 Canning In Good Housekeeping 1 mother says ho is dead now were there for a when I had tho grip When it left mo I had Ah thought Mrs- Lloyd hero Is long time and ho was especially fond not always the case People of seden a sensation of numbness in my legs which another leading I want somo lace of that rosebush us everyone Is who tary habits thoso who tako little or no gradually grew to ho stiff at tho Joints and LEADINS But two minutes before sho had knows it 1 am sure How odd that exercise to exhaust the physical forces very painful I felt tho stiffness in my fcot wanted nothing so little you should havo painted just tho ono might need almost as much food when first and tho pain nnd tho stiffness extended They walked about two blocks and house that I should liko to have always sick as when well to my knees and to my hip Joints and to How Mr3 Lloyd Found Hnppinoso There aro few follies more extreme tho bowels and stomach and prevented di- Â¬ then the child stopped in front of a hanging before me by Following Thom comtho bowels window and said That Is my Odd that you happened to seo it than that of putting sick people on a gestion To movo quantities of I was oiL castor diet of toast water and thin gruel It pelled to tako great A pretty womnti who looked sad fathors picture Isnt It pretty but not odd that painted it for my While I was in this condition cold feelMrs Lloyd looked at it first curi- Â¬ wife was fond of It and then wo spent would make a well person sick and sat in front of a bright lire in a parlor how ono can be expected to recover ings would begin in my feet and streak up th- - Mild irf hotel in New York She ously and then eagerly and then bont in our honeymoon there My wife wns my legs to my back and would follow tho was in luuo- and the morning paper iorwara to sco tno painters name there for a long time with a gentleman health and strength on such pabulum whole length of my back bono I could not is more than Is that tho name ordinary intel sleep I had no appetite I becomo helpless lay in her hip alio was not rending but Khott sho said who was taken suddenly ill there ligence can conceive A small quan- While in this condition I was treated by a Hero I am rich and all Philip Rhctt tho child said thin ving and Suddenly ill said Mrs Lloyd ex- tity of good meats the vegetables that number of prominent pliysichis They did alone and so much suffering this hard my name is Sylvia for my grandma cuse me but what wns his namo are most craved a littlo light bread mo no good I soon becamo perfootly help- Â¬ year- - tho papers all full of it and yot How vory very strange said Mrs Mr Carter Mr John Carter of tho best of butter and the usual bev less and lost all power of motion oven in my I wonder how Virginia and wo I dont know one singlo soul that I can Lloyd half to herself erages should be given if thoy aro at bed help my own self this sad day Id he happened to paint that house lint Mrs Lloyd interrupted again Tho physicians consulted pronounced irrentcst all like to make a bright day for some- Â¬ sho thought again It Is such a pic- Â¬ Wero you I mean are you Claro of relished to It is ono of tho paralysis fathers 1 am tired mistakes give sick people sloppy and Mrscaso creopingand whon wosaid Mr turesque old placo that I dont wonder King tho Miss King who was so good body that I can boo enjoy it Johnson drinks of any sort If it is necessary him homo ho had to bo carried all brought of giving checks that only glvo mo just that ho wanted to paint it and its to my father tho way tho trouble of writing thom and no well painted too I wouldnt have him Wero you Miss Carter who couldnt to quench the thirst an abundance of in a bed Tho doctors said thoy could only pure water pleasure Just then as sho thought sell it to anybody olso for anything como because sho had sprained her temperature boiled and cooled to tho relievo tho pain and for tho purpose ho took of spring water is most n pint of whiskey a day for three months Do you think its pretty eadly of tho past whon sho had so said ankle in London Coffee tea and chocolate and morphlno in great quantities When Ja desirable many to lovo hor sho seemed to hear Sylvia I am indeed And Mrs Lloyd I think that Its beautiful tho voico of tho kind old nurse at homo said the juped up and took both Mrs Rhotts are better when used of regular began taking Pink Pills wo stopped giving him morphlno or any mcdlcino and who often Bald JeBt follor yer lead lady beautiful and I used to live hands and 1 havo tried so hard to strength such as is taken during health cut off all stimulants other ten days after In Tho quantity may bo a good deal lesins honoy jest keep follorln and thoro onco long ago sho said with a find you for all tho long years What began taking tho pills ho could get sened but tho quality should remain father bed nnd walk without assistance and Oodll lead you some whar all do time littlo sigh out of does it moan tho same If people in ordinarily good has continued to improve until now he Why my mother did too said Syl Â¬ Ill do it sho said Ill go out and They sat down iollcr my lcadius to day andsco where via and sho loved that picture and other these people and looked at each condition get a cup of tea and coffee walks about tho houso and tho Btreets by whom a chance and such as invalids sho didnt want fathor to put it in tho a picturo had arc supposed to re- tho aid of a cano only they bring me thrown together Yes said Mr Hydo and tho pain has quire it would be almost certain to In a little while she was walking window but ho said that perhaps tho I dont know I cant imagine quiukly down Uroadway with tho roses in it would make somebody said first ono and then the other Mrs upset tho digestion How much more gone out of my bock and tho numbness out need is there then of care when all of of my legs I havo no moro chills my di- Â¬ buy it I think I will cross over throng Lloyd collected her wits first good and I have an excellent me me oody are more or gestion is And then after a pauso But ap- Â¬ she thought at a corner and then sev- Â¬ It was the picturo of a long low and petite ah You left my father after mv aunt less iunciions oi deranjed eral wagons of various sorts came by evidently old house an inn for there came the next day I mo I am an old man I havo seen my best think and so It is frequently the case and sho turned back into tho crowd go- was tho sign on one sldo and over tho a bit days and cannot hopo to recover my old you wrote of broiled chicken steak or that ing down town Hor heart was full of front grew roses that hung every- Â¬ wo never mot and then to bird with vigor as a younger man might but I am so I wrote and vou and a littlo dry toast and a cup of good thankful to havo tho uso of my limbs and to sadness but It wns her nature to look where and so exquisitely painted that twice wo thou then never heard again and wo coffee will relish and be satisfying bo relloved of thoso dreadful pains out for tho bright things and she one scorned almost to smell tho per Â¬ oven wrote here to America aro Others and tried when nothing in the way of invalids notably in Solsvillo of taking Pink Pills stopped in front of two windows that fume and to feel the soft summer to tho mothor Abel Curtis who Is find your address in Charleston food as ordinarily given can bo joined although each belonged to a breeze that seemed to move them now toler- using them with satisfactory effect for rheu- Â¬ What it mean And have wife of different store One was full of flow- Â¬ and then Mrs Lloyd stood fascina- living canFlorence and I youRome been ated Of course the food should be matism and IsMrs Lippitt with much beneÂ¬ Lippitt using them in in All eaten very slowly indeed and thorough- Â¬ ers and the other of fruits and somo ted and tho longer sho looked tho fit for nervous debility but neighbors and never knowing it ly masticated rare early vegetables The tomatoes more beautiful it looked to her If tho condition of the PIIIb contain in a con- Â¬ Dr Williams 1 had ono letter from vou tuid patient will permit somo extremely densed form all Pink elements necessary to tho How long has It been hero and mandarin oranges looked fresh and she Mrs Hhctt and then I never heard entertaining conversation givo now llfo and richness to tho blood and tempting as they lay close to the pane said to Sylvia bo again and 1 wrote again and still no ried on during the meal may a car restore shattered nerves They aro an un- Â¬ Only two days she answered which had streaks of frost on it for it It is well failing specific for such diseases as locomo- Â¬ I will go in a moment was a very cold day for the last of sho said answer And my mother moved away established fact that amusement dur tor ataxia partial paralysis St Vitus dance to Savannah and she married again ing eating especially March Tho flowers that filled tho I want to speak to tho proprietor that provocative neuralgia rheumatism nervous hcadacho and changed her name and 1 was mar of laughter is of tho greatest possible tho after effects of la grinpo palpitation or other window wore exquisite Easter Sho went in and told tho child to wait ried and changed mine and so per- Â¬ benefit Indeed tho laughter cure the heart and that tired feeling resulting lilies holding up great spikes of bloom outside for her and after a fow mo prostration all diseases re that explains why vou couldnt administered in a quiot way and with Â¬ from nervous vitiated humors In the blood sulting from orchids hanging with thoir queer ments came out again The man haps us out too much nervous agitation has such as scrofula chronio erysipelas eta shapes all across tho front of the glass gnvo mo your fathers address sho find1 suppose so said Mrs Lloyd and been of tho most marked advantage in Thoy aro also a specific for troubles peculiar pinks and roses dollcato maidenhair said and If you aro going home I will such as yet It does seem a mystery And now many instances Several physicians to females all forms suppressions Irregularforns lorgot-mo-noor weakness In me and bright daffo- Â¬ go with you ities and dils and many others all mado a pic- Â¬ If you will go to market with mo to find you from tho picture of the inn make it a point to amuse and enter they effect a radical cure in all cases arising worry ture of delight and sho stood looking first said Sylvia I always have to go how glad I am 1 am so lonely and I tain their patients quite as much as to from mentalnature overwork or excessee whatovcr at them a long time sadly and yet to market before I go homo and wo have no friends here and she glanced prescribe drugs and diagnoso the cases ofThcso Pills aro manufactured by tho Dr N Y Ledger Williams Medicino Company Schenectady with pleasure While sho stood there aro going to havo a stew to day at her dress my husband is dead And wo are lonely too said the N Y and Brockvillo Ont and are sold a little girl about eleven years old Mother said we could if 1 got any only in boxes bearing tho firms trado mark A Wull Truvolod Colnnulo Cut holding a box in hor hands and with a money causo we couldnt havo one other woman wrapper at 50 coats a box or six boxoa Then came a long string of questions There is a cat out in Colorado which and baskot op her arm stopped also and yestorday aro never sold in bulk or by and answers and as it has nothing to has probably viewed mpro scenery in for S2f0 andhundred the dozen or gazed in with such a look of rapture Why not said Mrs Lloyd do with tho story it need not bo told the Rocky Mountain region than any 1 didnt have Why said tho child thai Mrs Lloyd felt that she must say A man doesnt got when workother member of tho feline species It ing around tho housomuch donefow minutesÂ¬ to her You lovo them dont you any monoy and mother says sho wont but I Mrs Lloyd said Every can never bo grateful enough to was a special pot of tho wife of the ho is reminded of something for which Tho child looked up with a pair of ask the man to trust us causo ho dont he Oh yes know us I dont suppose ho would you for all you did for my dear father ongincor of a freight locomotive and must scold his wife and that takes time soft trustful byes and said it accompanies him on every trip ho Atchison Globo maam dont you And I lovo those nuyway sho added with a grown up when he was so alone she proved that she could for makes When tho traiu makes ono of Jut too and sho moved a little toward tho air that showed how much care tho lit- Â¬ S100 Howard 8100 other window mother lovoa thoso litÂ¬ tlo thing had carried I do tho mar Â¬ that day she paid for tho picture and its long waits at tho depot tho cat will Tho rcador of this paper will bo pleased te twice tho prico that Mr Rhett had go in search of fun or mice nnd at learn that thero is at least ono keting over on Third avonuu whon tle oranges dreaded Thoy look nice Mrs Lloyd said havo time sho said cheaper thought that lie could dare to ask for pome of tho most used junctions it is disenso that scionco has been nblo to euro In Its that is 1 think I lovo tho lilies best the there but mother told mo to do It on it And sho know that the comforts qui to a local pot While tho ongino is all Its stages and tho onlyCatarrh Halls Catarrh Curo Is poslttvo cure UBod to havo so many Sixth avonuo to day and then It isnt that thoy needed would follow and running tho cat sits in the cab or on known to tho medical fraternity child said wo Catarrh ilowers when wo lived In Florence but very far to tho house Wo live In fa Â¬ sho attended to tho other things A tho coal and as Its fur Is jot black its being a constitutional disease requires a treatment Halls Catarrh they cost too much in this country thers studio causo ho had to havo a great basket of flowers and most beauty Is not greatly Impaired by its constitutional internally MDid ypu live in Florence long said studio and wo couldnt afford a house delicious fruit camo to them tho next peculiar surroundings Pussy must Curo is takennnd mucous acting diroctly on ho blood too but the studios horo aront as ulco day And Mr llhett had such warm havo traveled many thousand miles system thereby destroying surfaces of th Mim Lloyd tho foundation f I was born there said tho child as his was In Florence Did you ever words of praise from the man who for it has boon doing duty for several RtvlnS th0 Patient VL kept the picture shop for as bad years and has novor boon known to strength uIsea3nnd up the constitution by building Wo only came to this country a year go there Its I havo lived lu ltomo for several luck never comes singly so It is witli miss a trip The first journey or two and assisting naturoln doingaithwork The ago to my grandmas in Savannah In ita cura good and just after Mrs Lloyd had there was much difficulty about keep Â¬ proprietors havo so much Uvo powers that thoy offer Ono Hundred and then she died and wo camo hero years said Mrs Floyd and I havo My father paints pictures Do you like often been to Florence I know that seen tho picture and ordered It kept ing tho animal from jumping off bnt Dollars for any caso that it fails to cure of you wore sorry to leave it for every Â¬ for hor another person had tried to there is none now nor does Its owner Send for Hat pf testimonials pictures sho said looking up Adilnjag Jt cJiikn kt buy it bothor himself about ascertaining ISrSold by Druggists 75c Co Toledo O Very much said tho lady who was body Is And Mrs Lloyd folt that sho had whether his folino passenger is aboard Oh yes wo were sorry but wo hud Halls Family Pills cents looking at hor with such friendly oyes been wise jtlmtho child felt more and more llko to when grandma was sick causo sho sho looked to follow hor inloadinV as or not Tho absolute indifference of at tho picturo her room cats to porsons and their attachment wanted mother so much talking to hor Hv7VAmho world loV03 a lover She Except sometimes tho cirl the By that tlmo thoy were at tho that hail been so lonely and felt that to places and environment is seen m jgontly My fathor paints boautlful pictures kwor loves Harlom Llfo brought hor but its too hard times to sell thom butchers and Mrs Lloyd watched the the day hadspring and ofnot only tho tiiis instance for when last year the promise of life but the sngineor got injured in a wreck and now he says and so my mother makes littlo woman inako hor purchases with verv best thing Shall X Ever De Strong Again that the world can was laid up for threo months the cat Many persons suffering from chronic lack things and I take thom to the ex-Â¬ somo amusement and a great deal of over give the lovo of friends Audit Jtayed around tho shops until tho en of vigor ask tromsclves this question In vain sad u ess as well for it was such a very change all eiiino from a pleasant word at a gine was repaired and then resumed Ihev havo neglected tho onosuro means of What exchange said Mrs Lloyd littlo bit of meat that sho bought after conferring what Why the Womans oxchnngo on she had carefully explained what sho shop window to a strange littlo girl her rides with tho substitute ongincor yory brief time thoy lack nnd 16ng for In If thoy would uso Hos tetters Stomach Bitters thoybut Fifth avenue you know and then I go wanted it for and such a very small who had seen tho kindness and boon St Louis Globo Domocrat would find kind tu return And sho thought also tliolr appetite and sleep renowed and cause bundle of vegetables with It Presently to market with the monoy strongth revived Tho Bitters will also sureIf I had crossed thu strcut as first 1 Iojfnl Advice mother cant the babya so frotty now bIic said should have missed it all How Litigant Im willing to wager ten ly nmedy dyspepsia malaria and liver com Now Im all ready Aro you going akes getting teeth plaint strangejKathorlne It Foot in N Y iiiousanti uotmrs i win tho suit Doar me thought Mrs Lloyd I to buy my fathors picture RKponTEn La ver Tako my advice and dont I havo a story here on herald Perhaps so if ho will sell It said Independent thiak that Aunt Sally was right this bet knight beTa leading first tiling But Mrs Lloyd jmiMb The intentions of thu man vvhr Litigant No if I took your advice e Oh holl bo glad to soli it Sylvia thinks ho averages about right may how shall I go to work lo help jiow Id lose anyhow Ive hired another Ho says that if he sold one per Â¬ bo good but ho is apt to bo at said n8tronJUlnInffan1 clearing them voice fault in lawyer Hallo uso Browns BronchmlTrochca tho I have ho could sell more after ho sold his mathematics lint the child did that herself for she haps Young Mens Bra comireniled thom to friends who wore nub-Â¬ ile speakers jmld My father has got a picture in a PPC Tlio umnufimturo of urtjieJiO ilrjv ly scrvlccablo and thoy havo proved extreme Witr lllrnlv snlil Mrs Ijlnril mill If youd i Ktilgltunuiont is bettor than law ers began in Uov Henry Ward Bccchen VI fttm c nvwr on Fifth avenue Italy in thd curly years oi gmmm witr thare Id show it to you its they walked on up the avonuo to a Ono street lamp is worth ten policemen tho eighteenth century N MA who is wedded to I large building where Syivix stopped Young Mcus lira window 4 wants diW wo Dallaa New himself ever Hafcel Greea Herald a walk Yw Id Bsd-Rldden-I- K - - Â¬ 1 vw Â¬ - Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ts Â¬ 1 Â¬ i Â¬ - i -- t iAXriJk K U i IBfffyT iJ tr - ra il - tssraLtt l 7 3 w tfM- - V A F 7v vvwsmm THyiSffWlSrJaSn0HPMFn- - r t Fv- w HOME X - HINTS ANb HELPS if I ff i fltL a r- - i 1 I mXfflwirw r If the following lottors lind been written by your best known mid most esteemed neighbors they could bo no moro worthy of your confidence than thoy now are coming as thoy do from well known intelligent and trustworthy citizens who in their sevend neighborhoods enioy tho fullest coulldcnco nnd ro9Decc of nil who know thorn Tho subject of tho nbovo portrait is a well known and much respected ludy Mrs John G Foster residing ut No 3U Chapin Street Cannndaigun N Y Sho writes to Dr R V Pierco Chief Consulting Physician to tho Invalids Hotel and Surgicnl Institute ut Buffalo N Y as follows I was troubled with eczema or salt rheuni soven years I doctored with a number of our homo physicians and lwihed no bensfit whnlavcj I also took treatment from physicians in Rochester Now York Philadelphia Jersey City Blngliumton and received no benefit from them In fact I have paid out hundreds of do Inn to tho doctors without benefit My brother came to visit us from tho West mm ho told me to try Dr Piercos C4olden Medical Discovery Ho had taken it and it had cured him I havo taken ten bottles of tho Discovery and am entirely cured and if there should bo any ono wishing any information I would gladly correspond with thorn if thoy encloso Discovery Many persons bavo reminded mo of my improved appearance Somo say I look younger than I did six years ago when I was married I nm now forty eight years old und stronger and enjoy better health than I havo ever dono before in my life yours truly For n while I saw no change or bonsflt from taking tho Discovery but I persisted in its use keeping my bowels open by taking Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets and taking ns much outdoor oxerciso as was possible until I began to gain in llcsh and gradually tho disease released its hold I took during tho year somowhoro from fifteen to eighteen bot- Â¬ tles of tho Discovery It has now been four years since I first used it and though not using scarcely any sinco tho first year my health continues good My averugo weight being 155 to 100 pounds Instead of 125 as it was when I began tho use of the M73 Aun Â¬ Thousands bear testimony in equally strong terms to the efficacy of this wonderful rem- Â¬ edy in curing tho most obstinate diseases It rouses every organ into healthy action purifies vitalizes und enriches tho blood and return stamped cnveloe Not less remarkable is tho following from through it cleanses nnd renows tho wholo All blood skin und scalp diseases Mr J A Buxton a prominent merchant system I had from a common blotch or eruption to tho of Jackson N C who says been troubled with akin disease all my worst scrofula nro cured by it For totter life As I grow older tho disease seemed salt rheum eczema esipelos boils car to bo taking n stronger nold upon mo I tried buncles goitre or thick neck nnd enlarged many advertised remedies with no benefit glands and swellings it is an unequaled Virulent contagious blood poison until I was lod to try Dr Piercos Goldou reined When I began taking is robbed of its terrors by tho Discovery Medical Discovery it my health was very poor in fact several nnd by its prwwring use the most tainted persons hnvo since told mo that they thought system renovated and milt up anew A Book ou Disease of tho Skin with col I had tho consumption i weighed only alout Impounds Tho eruption on my sftin was ored places illustrating tho various erup accompanied by severe itching It was first tions mailed by tho Worlds Dispensary confined to my face but afterwords spread Medical Association Buffalo N Y on Or u over tho noHt and head and tho itching bo receipt of six cents for postage camo siniity mbearal Ic This was my con BiKl on KiTofulou Diseases ns Ilip Jolnt DKon o Fever Sores White Swellings dition when Ilejan taking tho Dwovery Old Ki ivs r Ulcers mailed for same When 1 would rub th part uilectcd a kind amount in Unmps of branny scalo would fall oil Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ftrti POT INSULTED THE KETTLE BECAUSE THE COOK HAD NOT USED Vnnllla Custard Ono quart milk two liouping tublcHpoonfulscornstarch two ops lump of bttttur tho slzo of I walnut und one tcmpoonful vanilla ex tract Dissolve the ioniHtnrch in a lit Me of tho milk alios the other to couu to a boll before addlig- the beaten eirtfs cornstaruli butter aul sugar Stir well until it IhiekeiiH arl the vanilla and i urn out into a dish -- Farm Field ind Fireside Chocolate llo Heat a pint of hweoi milk with twi tablespoonfuls of jrrated sweet chocolate Wlien partly fool add the yolks o three well beaton eggs and white of one with three quarters of a teacipful of sugar and ono teaspoonful vttnilla Pour this into a nice orunt mil bnlte When done whip the whites of two eggs stiff add two tablespooafuls sugar und spread over the top Return to tho oven and brown a li tle Orange dudd Farmer English Plum Pudding One eup ful of sugar one cupful of chopped suet or butter two cupfuls of sweet milk one cupful of raisins ono cupful of currants one tcaopoonful of spices one teaspoonful of salt two teaspoon fuls of baking powder ono quart of lour Mix and put into a double bag that is floured inside drop into a ket Â¬ tle of boiling water and boil three hours Never stop tho boiling nnd keep the kettle full of water Good Housekeeping Ambushed Asparagus Take ono qunrtof asparagus tons boll for twenty minutes and drain Take one dozen stale light rolls tit off the tops and remove the centers set in the oven to dry laying each top in tho pan Put ono pint of milk on to boil Heat three eggs and stir in the boiling milk with one tablespoonful of butter a little salt ami pepper chop the aspara Â¬ gus tops and add liem to the milk Fill the rolls with tho mixture put on the tops and serve hot Harpers Bazar -- Keeping IMeplant When pieplant is old or if it 1ms made a slow growth it becomes tough and stringy and if then used peel it before it is oookd When young aud tender the thin skin will cook as well as the rest and the delicate color that it adds to tho sauce improves tho looks and does not alter the taste When yon have more than you need for immediate use cut it into suitable lengths pack closely into Ma Â¬ son cans ill up with cold water and seal For use turn off the water and prepare as though it was fresh The fresh juice of pieplant with the addi Â¬ tion of sugar a few drops of lemon ex Â¬ tract and cold water makes a refresh Â¬ ing drink for a warm day House Â¬ keeper Hominy Hoiled and Fried Take a pint of hominy pour cold water over it stir nnd let it settle Then pour off the water Do this twice then put it to soak in three pints of water or milk over night In the morning put it over to cook in a double boiler add a little salt aud stir often If it becomes m thick as not to stir easily add more water or milk It should be just thick Miongh to settle down smooth soon in a deep dish Fine hominy will cook in two hours the coarse requires three t is very nice eaten warm with cream and sugar To fry it for breakfast slice it about half an inch thick and lay it on a griddle greased with nice beef drippings or butter It will tako about fifteen minutes to brown both sides Uso only tho line for frying - Housekeepers Should Remember The Government Chemists after having analyzed all the principal brands of baking powder in the market in their reports placed the Royal at the head of the list for strength purity and wholesome ness and thousands of tests all over the country have further demonstrated the fact that its qualities arc in every respect unrivaled Avoid all baking povrders sold with a gift or prize or at a lower price than the Royal as they in- Â¬ variably contain alum lime or sulphuric acid and render the food unwholesome i rM 5M J I M A 3 ft So you aro cnpngd to Sho Iff Ck oVnu ono of tho Musgravo twins How can you distinguish ouo from tho othcrl He I dont try to Homo flow as to tho degrcoof juatlflnblo homiÂ¬ cide Btild tho oostorti judge in charging the Jury that is whero a inau is klllod In self MftnflO or In college Pluhulcalor ftfifff whoro a man can drop a uickol In do Indianapolis Journal git religion ii Mose What dis country wants said Unci is somo sort ob patent contrnptioB Bitot am m Miss ongngod Old FniEND or ran Familt And la it truo that you nro engaged to bo married Fin-de-Sloc- didnt Bits rlftod TfcKTon m Do you regret tho pastl Oh no Its Counterfoltor pass that I fool bod about-TExclamation--Whati Buffalo Courier promptly No only Obn- It Is odd but truo that ono can best Judg what of a womans carriage when sho Is wafking id- Buffalo Courier You a lltoray man aud havo not road tho liquor llconse Â¬ Hoavoulv TwlnsV N Y Press ini I TnK Appropriate that thoy mistake their nootio license for a Atlanta Journal pooml Tim trouhlo with many of our poota la spring What will you glvo mol for a good Olova Skip I havent Gem I Flvo minutes nd Plain Dealer Hn And would you marry a poor poetP I dont bco how I could niarryaricli Sho Life Tun United States suiiromo court decides ono m not belong to tho wino or Uiat beer doa The Skill and Knovrlodga Essential to tho production of tho most peri icctnuu popuinr laxnuvo rem cay Known I am sorry Matlgo is going to innrry a nave onaoicu tho California Fh Svrui Ca in tho roputntloa an sho caret as little for as sho doos for to achlovoa great success FigB as ltutconi in Syrup of Alico Docs sho admit that Bho of its remw Mr Dash to bo tho Just as well to thoy novor ceded druggists universal laxative For salt dlolikcs hhi by all lutor Ocean quarrel a bit When a mans indobttliorois no conccal No tho first time ingit Thoroaintl a bill collector calls on him ho is suro to bo N Y Press found out 8j -By-the-- Sometimes a man fools tho lJghtatwhe Do you know tho ton command- Flossiemontat Dan -- Naw but Ill bet my brud ho has a heavy load on Glons Falls Repub dor Pcto can tako om ono at a timo an lick lican do ltiBt follow of em Inter Ocean Great Novelty Free A vory uninuo nnd handsome nlcklo plated IcoNBinEiiyour sot much beneath moH Bald tho weathercock fowl to tho ono in the box for carrying postago stamps In th vel bo mailed receipt barnyard Youro a vane thing I wm pocket will for postago frco uponaccepted ef 8tahip9 clRht cents tho quick retort Yonkers Statesman C Address C B Ryan A G P A C A glbhoymax in tho neighborhood of Xfri Ry Cincinnati Ohio ttngham was complimenting a tailor imtpt Tnn mnu who is senred at glioata Is afraid no nau uonoror norlsnon ropoirs 41ik rtinttnMonflnn Yin mnt Ym- of nothing Philadelphia Times jf which m Wlion I want ovor incautiously observed a good coat I go to London thoy inako Pleasant Wholesome Speedy for cough Deforo leaving tho anon ho is Halos Honor of Horohound and Tar them there do you attend ray Pikes Toothacho Drops Curo In ono minute inquired No was the reply WhonI church wnnt to hear a good pennon I go to London Foil forms Bake wearing a corsot Low lloma thoy make thorn Uioia oil Courier r Jiw Torturing Cases of ivvi v Extreme Chronic v URALGIA PROMPT AND ARE CUBED QY ST JACOBS OIL SURE w p Loorcisa at it in a practical way a con- Â¬ Few people can stand prosperity butthoy low to Make CltltdritnH downs ltuXn are leuiou compared with tho people who genial soul is a bedfellow who will agreo not to cat onions except when you do Atchison Hlvoly V t In iiioil Taste never have a chance to stand it Puck jKEJSf spt Globo ti The Greatest Hedical Discovery rxi iXtnuz The combination of simplicity and Xn ii of the Age good taste is in general a pretty safe You cough moro easily this DocroaAlmost every woman woknow would like prao- - to know what somo other woman has got to rule for childrens gowns but for girls mornlngf Patient I ought to bo bo proud of Atchlsnn Globo tlcett all nlgm iiauo between twelvu and sixteen tho dresses have become such ambitious little lutXjefriZQs j Jiv9ul afJjiwMwi Vjm9 MEDIGAL DISCOVERY copies of those worn by their mothers vgKff7aKwvgavaaBi7fMgjiBca DK3UHSXnV that much of tho desired simplicity is Â¬ lost particularly if the material em DONALD KENNEDY of ROXBURY MASS ployed is silk or wool A pretty model Has discovered in one of our common is of soft wool fabric which in color is pasture weeds a remedy that cures every an indescribable blending of pink and kind of Humor from the worst Scrofula blue The quaint little collar which down to a common Pimple of tho dress is He lias tried it in over eleven hundred is tlie special feature failed except in two cases made up of pink bengal ine and cases and never He lias now in his trimmed with a frill of lace Tho both thunder humor THE BEST RUBBER BOOTESMKSS two hundred certificates small yoke and lower part of tho Mlttcra K It hnnU uwl ollicra Tlip outer possession over ortnnsolocJCtcndRtha wholo lundhof tho solPdown of its value all within twenty miles of sleeves aro of the same hice The back torliojeolprotcctlnctlioMmnklndltohlniilliirlnf is liko the front except that the collar Send postal card for book Boston nnd oUicr work niST quality throimliout mjl A benefit is alwavs experienced from tha is open whero tho waist fastens AMICYOIMB lHA IKit FOI6TII Tho m cleanse the blood thoroughly and give a clear and rosy com- firct hnttlw mit n rvrfrr rnr lt uvirrnntl skirtis plain aud full with two Httlo y plexion It is most effectual and entirely harmless rwhen the right quantity Is taken crimped folds of silk at tho bottom When the hngs are affected it causes Ilerthas of every shape and descrip fw Chan Hcaton 73 Laurel St Phila says I have had for years a humor in like needles passing tion both double anil single are used M shooting pain my hloodwhich made me dread to shave as Bmall bolls or pimples wonld be cut through them the same with the Liver or ou flmu causing shaving to be a great annoyance dresses for young girls Double s After taking three bottles of Bowels This is caused by the ducts be- Shaving YANKEE berthas edged with lace or embroidery A cake of my tace is an clear ana smooin at it snoum oe appetite ing stopped and alwavs disappears in a splendid sleep well and feel like running a foot race all are especially pretty for ginghams and Soapcostsonlyiocts week after taking it Read the label xrom mo use or a a o It is enough for too It the stomach isloui or bilious u win muslins and make a nice finish for fM Send for Tieitlta on Dtooi and Skin DliMMt mtll4 r SWIFT SPECIFIC CO AtJifiUQa guimpe waists cause squeamish feelings at first shaves Used for over Eat Another simple gown is made of wool No c ange of diet ever necessary 1 so years by over S uurWBk the best you can get and enough of it In pale pink flecked with green Tho MILLION A1UIN tStfttSXr Dose one tablespoonful in water at bed waist is of green bengaline and over You WANT to SELL OUT uu jwp unnuto u net in In time Sold by all Druggists this a piece of the material is folded to DO YOU WANT TO MAKE rnr iiMin Mw t xpnu aub aui m -ir rinnllalvn rnkn U las iohanKea of Fanu Hmi iw v form a jacket back and front alike A with 6 hours work your oTr iua cob PTi VoeUrjt9torrrig TUE J D WILLIAMS COOlMtontur7CoBD bertha of green silk cut wide und full dally If so send for particulars of Send Ui insaddreM Vtal rsijis rAnammtMmvtai I GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS SAPOLIO SHOULD be used in every KITCHEN Host on It ml get H I NTS FOR MOTHEKS Tuamh- - Will j ni please irfvo mo ten Ricn Aunt It seoniB to mo as ifyo only camo when you needed money Poor Cltizon cents sir to get a plan of hash Theres a nickel Beer is bettor than Nophow But I cant corao oitenor Hallo whlslcv for vour stomach In tho niornlnv -- N Y Press OnniXAiir bcor is nold by tho barrel but TnrVvi each gotn touch of brimstone In bock notwithstanding its gont omblom is Is that sol Then thoy not disposed of by tho butt Philadelphia their tempers N Y Press Times ought to make a good match Jt t3 i i - KENNEDYS mmwmsm Those Pimples ii fr d 1 I - Â¬ I PVJfl - w EijR S3 YOfUC SRSfi 3 equuM ciutorn work costing from 4 10 4 0 DC J l T3IU6 1UT IMC IIIU1CJ W r DOUOTAS B3 HnoE u Bo a In lite world Name and price ttamped on the bottom airwarranica i skc no udiu tutc See local papers for full our complete t description oi tinea lor iauie ana gen iiemen or ena lor ierf vs 2 bf s to 3 3 b SS- -- n ti v u luttratid Cataltftit get thobeii Rivinc la i itnictlona ho w to o r s6 8pSc23Si aSS rM ut ferbvmaH rontajre free bargain of dealers who push our ahocs nuiraVon can tM Iddrein NATIOKAI VUIITISIIIKU u tar Kami ma iMtrtWi IF CHRIST Came to CHICAGO lijr Wk Ttbao thn ineatscn atlonal work of tha Itlh eeit in Aomrrs CO Chic iro Ut hiktku over tho sleeves aud tapering toward tho back uiul front whero it meets finishes the jacket at the top A belt and sash of bengaline completo tho trimming The sleeves aro of the rcg shape finished illation ut tho wrist with silk cuffs Crepons china silks und ohallics are popular materials for young girls wear Tho challies aro particularly pretty this year with a little dot of silk in them to brighten the offect of tho flowering and they are always serviceable bo catiso thoy wash almost like cotton cloth Cashmeres nro fashionable again for very young children N Y Sun leg-of-mutt- An article which will make any pea a fountain pon Sample by mail 6 cents THEO BUULIUIII MIIITIIM IM 111 DAPUn iniiiuni I JL wbo bay 1 fr H IK TfJ S MEYER 142 Hastw Slrwt NEW 9 NAMK TUIS ATXtirU7rt Refrigerators tor oar klHd trelght Ijiftrall ORANDRAriDfl KKKR10KKA TOUCO lOttavvMtOraitIKpl4tMI w Ct vast H H A wk lasgi or Arts MBtboul4fiM PImi Cr OtntsaaptlOB It h artil theaaaarfa it ku not Injur- edoni Ills net b4 totaks Itlitb scat eougk ryrus 8ol4 rarrwatra SS f fsoon lowlrlil tent rAKIllAJIK Aur--vi- B i i irkk8TAMIlfQ outfit copy of 1Im Hautlful en ui broidery Htamnlnar fe miuitd ea rvliit of as and IT N - K bT tyabjiu writ iar nartlriilftrit HW YUUIC when vmiTiNa Tt AktraMmsKRi vixxm tau isat yaa m siw A4fttfwii WSWa sanf- T fa - u 3 1- - r -gww EJU J Mh -- jvtVAl -- 61 Jjt nfti oMliitrjfc-j-fci- a ti - iMwir - - a - ri f t I t v f K Vi lT 3 TS TKK - nfTiVT u wtfnwniSiMj 1 ir KrTJ bmoiqaI W SW7 lesBTJtiwKi Be p lv iA ft K TOt R K Ev rv f 7 W IU i w u VV W v i m i P o Ev Jf 1 j Dr Fonuors Blood and Liver Rcmedj 10 a m to 8 p m And Nervo Tonic novcr fails It is a have two littlo grntdchildron wiio Pino Alterative Nervo Tonlo aud Re I Are teething this hot s nmer wenthor titoratlvo Compound And Aro troubled with bowol complaint Cures biliousness headaches constipaI give them Chamberlains Colic Chol Â¬ tion dyspepsia irritability sleeplessness era And Diarahcoa Itomcdy and it acts tho blues swolled glands like a cha n I earnestly recommend it All blood impurities skin discascc for children with bowol troubles I was scrofula nguo dizziness dull and achy WM4MMto4MMMm44MttO9 myself taken with a sovoro attack of tired stomach and bowel disorders bloody flux with cramps and pains in blotches pimples moth syphilis 4 4 A- - 2 f my stomach one third of a bottle of this Xrj vft o Impairment of nerves oflcnslvo breath romedy cured mo Within twenty four It docs theso great cures becauso M hours I was out of bed and doing my physics from tho blood liver and tissues housework Mrs W L Dunagnn Bon all tho impurities ashes and debris Aqua Hickman county Tonn ForBalo as wcro It bn John M Roso Without weakening but all tho whhe lTor Joorljig nt Old Glory strengthening Instead Whilo Samuel Courtright an old veto It causes tho Liver to throw off its Bllo ran of Valparaiso Ind was decorating It cleans out tho ontlro alimentary canal his residence with flags and bunting stomach and bowels alike ridding them of Opera House Block William Hampton of Owonsboro and all olToto offeusivo and slimy mucus Orlando Morritt of Lexington ICy worms and other vermin oxprosscd thoir displeaauro by cheering LEXINGTON KY Restoring sleep appotlto flesh strength lor Jell Davis and tno southern conleu comfort freshness und bloom In a word eracy Thoy wcro warned to desist but health continued thoir cheering and intorspored M it with other remarks Warrants wore Including solf poiso to tho nervous sys Â¬ issued for thoir arrest Thoy entered a tem and both sweotness of breath and disA new and carefully selectplea of guilty and were fined and sont position It is speedy in its action Improvement to jail for 11 days beginning as soon as tho iirst doso Is swal- Â¬ ed Slock of the Many of tho citizens of Kainsvillo lowed Ind aro novor without a bottle of Cham And as certain us tho law of gravitation OOfrfrOfrOC borlains Cough Romedy in tho house Noto tho high standard of testimonials says Jacob Brown tho leading morchant In circular at drug stores and around of tho placo This remedy lias proven bottles of so much valuo for colds croup and Thoy aro such as only tho highest order whooping cough in children that few or morlt could command voluntary offer- Â¬ mothora who know its worth aro willing ings from tho cottugo princely palaces and at prices that defy compe- Â¬ to do without it For salo by John M and ofllccs of Stuto Sarsaparllla-Mandrako-Prlncos Â¬ Smith Ch arlei DMMtttl wul three MMpected crooks mo In At MnykYilta a few days prior jmum a bold dih for liberty Friday inontinjr While working in the city they suddenly attacked Stturry Moleu overoowos d himtho guard took his giul nd pitiol rot his keys and remov ing th balls and chains from themselves bound And shsckclcd him and then fled After binding throe other prisoners to them from giving tho nlnnn Tho rooks croped into Ohio but wore pur iu4d And recaptured by Polico Judgo Wadaworth And Policeman Stockdalo And taken back Thoy talk of prosecu- Â¬ ting the two ofllcors for kidnnpping They have been identified ns belonging to Cincinnati CUmuIw frank Crown Host Powerful and WoMerM Tonlo and completely cured of all nor acaw nors Blood and Llvor Remedy and Ncrvo Complication of Ailments 0 8 Bhaln of Pryor W Vn wrltco that his wlfo was rollovcd by two bottles of Dr Fon A iBfafilnfismoney Send in your order before the supply runs out 0MtoM Pew mt 100 Best thing on the market for the CUSTOM HOUSE FliED J ldElNTZi JVlanuiaccurmg Jeweler LEXINGTON SQUARE 12 W KENTUCKY kp by elovon bottles IIo says Sho in sound and woll Sho had boon tin Invalid from childhood Ita tho most powerful and won- Â¬ derful mcdlclno I ever know JtJL JL SHORT STREET LEXINGTON at all hours JCJL JCL dJ KY 5 to 9 a m - tRogiilnr Moulfl Moals to ordor Suppor from 5 to 0 p m 25 conts Broakfaat from Dinner from Oysters Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken a Specialty- imTmmm s w asmm 18 20 9 A and 22 N UPPER STREET LEXINGTON EY m i Foreign Domestic Dry Goods AMD STORE MHMLLINERY DRESS MAKINGS Grand Opening of Spring Dress Goods Every Day mr UR CUSTOMERS rocognizo tho fact that wo nro giving the host value and showing tho largest assortment of Now and Seasonable Dross Goods Silks Novoltios yel vots and Millinery of any house in Kentucky Silks from China India and Japan such styles woro novor shown such beauties were novor soon prices woro novor so low Seo tho groat varioty and novelty in our French Silks Satin Duchess Moiro Antiquo Brocades Stripes Poau do Soio Zanzibars and Cha moloon ollocte Ilavo ovory woavo known to tho most famous makers in Europe Our Grouadinos aro a specialty and our patterns can bo found no whoro else hi tost our stock tho largost and most varied - illBIMW Â¬ i 5mwmwwmmw4ww LATEST STYLES Our Spring Woolons aro beautiful and our importations aro the our stylos unequalod Rose Novelties in China and Japanoso Draporios J Sw tii A W Wednesday night Allen Loo and Hay trusties engaged in tho penitentiary engine room at Frankfort mado their escape by scaling tho walls and noithor has been captured Loo was sent up from Letcher county for house breaking and had already Dr Formers Soothlns Syrup served three years of his four years went from McOracken Allays Irritation and gives refreshing sleop flontence Mitchell county and also had less than a year Dr FennorH Worm Syrtip Brought 150 yot to sorvo worms from our child MrsShorlckEIldaO Somo time ago I was troubled with an attack of rhoumatism I used Chambe- Â¬ DrFonuorsFAMiriYHaltHhouinOlntmont Dost for skin eruptions Piles Sotcs Cutsctc rlains Pain Balm and was completely Formilo Ity Tolui M Jtoso and Mrs Lou cured I havo sinco advised many of Day Hazel ureon Ky my friends and customors to uso the romedy and all speak highly of it Si mon Goldbaum San Luis Roy Cal For Balo by John M Rose Frankfort CoiivIoIh Kunipo yard Mitchell two Recording cures of cases moro gravko and complicated than over liertoforo successfully reached by medicine Sample Free Satisfaction guaranteed Afntlmru Driifinrtli nt fill f lin nlillflptti finT dio within tho first yetir Savo your ohlld by keeping Its Htanmcn nud bowels healthy by tho uso of Dr Fonnors Sennatorla tho best child laxntlvo and corrective leuowu Â¬ Â¬ Johw M Rose te W sonable Embroidorios Laces and White Goods Undorwoar Corsets and Hosiery India Linen Dimity Mulls Piquo Fronch and English Nain- Â¬ Respectfully sooks Embroidored Swiss MAGGIE HOWARD Mrs Artistic pattorns in wash malorials Duck Suitings Galatou Cloths Figurod Corded Muslin Zephyr Ginghams Real Fronch Organdies pOMUS HOUSE our own designs Such a raroly boautiful selection of these lovely CAMPTON KY goods woro never showikihv one houso boforo Childrens Gingham and Muslin Dressos splondidly mado 0 months to 8 years J 15 IIOLLON IROPiurron Roady mado Eton Suit3 in black tan and blue Shirt Waists Tlio patronage of the traveling public is respectfully solicited Table the best and Black Dress Goods the best valuo tho best wearing tho most satisfac- Â¬ every attention to the comfort of guests tory aro tho Lupin woavos Wo havo Ono Hundred varieties to soloct from Storm Sorges aro always roady Imporial Cords Jacquards A LLEN HOUSE Molroso Ilonriottas Crepons and Granito Cloths Spring Capos cloth and lace Spring Jaokots new styles light in woight low in LEE CITY KY is now open to the pub prico The above house lie aud the patronage bolieitcd Table the Tho largost stock of Jouvin Gonuino Kid Gloves in all longths all best the country airords and charges reaÂ¬ tition Come and see us m VM1 4 fit k v j U5T yv r f A J Li r r 5 5 Kt HAZEL GHEKN KY Proprietor 313m Colonel Fred 0 Ainsworth chiof of Is tho only firm in tho town which han tho records and pension division war dies tho jiutly celebrated department indicted for manslaughter JAMES HOTEL Tin largest stock of Millinery Goods in Lexington Spocialtios in tho caso growing out of tho Fords Fourth Street near Main in Bonnots Hats Childrens Caps Flowers Veiling Ribbons Seo our theater disaster at Washington last June Irom the wholesale house of in which more than a scoro of governCINCINNATI O display of now things from Paris London and Now York o ment clorks woro killed is now freo Gi0 WKlSintS SOXS MannKors Justico McComas ordered tho indictment -is tho second indictment quashed This PORTSMOUTH OHIO jTho patronage of Wolfe and Morgan against Ainsworth which has failed ffl When you want tho 1JEST footwear counties solicited Miss Orr has charge Tho latest stylos aro given you a perfect fit no41y If tho hair is falling out or turning give him a call is assurod Wodding and stroet costumes mado on short notice requiring frayand coloringa stimulant with nourish food Halls Vegetablo ITT E BARR1NGER Sicilian Ronowor is just tho specific Your good butter and will pay 12 cents a OUlottt Froumtmon Dtnul l pound for it Uggs SJe Captain Nathan Peters tho oldest And when you want to get the goUEST Freemason in tho United States died at GOODS for tho LEAST MONEY you will find that I can accommodate you in every Amesbury Mass on Thursday last Ho AND LISTEN TO US Co Successors to Carter Bros I have a large stock to selee particular was bom in Goshen N H in 1803 and not will joined tho Masonic fraternity in 1828 Importers and Jobbers of from andtowhether you buy or you Icome be to pleased sec j ou every time In early lifo ho was ono of tho pioneers ou must have coods and wc must have town sa money We will guarantee a saving of in cloth making operating a plant at Wishing your continued good will and 15 to 25 per cent to you on every pur Haverhill Mass His later lifo was patronage 1 remain yours to please chase from us Wc sell everything in epont quietly upon his farm at South JOHN M KOSE AND the Dry Goods and Notion line We S TnncB aro hard and I havent press Hampton N H P sell Carpets Oil Cloths and Window ed you but Id like to havo a littlo money LOUISVILLE KY Shades nt now today if possible to Kocovor 840000 Suit Patronago of the mountain merchants is Wood Browning of Cincinnati has most respectfully solicited brought suit in tho Fayotto circuit court Lexington and Mt Sterling prices not against ox State Treasurer Stephen G in it We make Gents Clothing to orSharp and Lieutenant Govornor M 0 der nt less than rendy made prices Wo Alford for 40000 This amount tho give elegant guaranteed plain tiff claims was lost by him in a deal HAZEL UKUUIN KY at Middlesboro through misrepresenta Is tho only merchant in Wolfo county who tions on tho part of Capt Sharp sells tho celebrated To our customers Well give you the biggest inducements you ever cot to I will pay in Oabu 10 cents a pound to trade with us Try it this venr for nice i resh butter and 8J cents per pound for good hams dolivcred at tho Academy Homo Wm H Cord THE 80LDEJI RULE DRY GOODS STORE WincAestBr Kg and ho respectfully Invites farmers to call May 16 189i tf and examine It before purchasing Killed HI Tonnut CO BEN WILLIAMSON Donovan nearly oighty years Garrett OATLETTSBUUG KY old a prominent citizon aim farmer liv fc ju Solo ugonts lor Northeastern Kenmg neftriuineryn in iuhsoii uuuiuy uuui tucky JAY-EYE-S- EE ly shot his tenant Squire Onblor Friday m MM VS mnrnint with r ahotcun loaded with OJLU7 buckshot Cablcr is forty ycara old and WHEN YOU WANT A WATCH 1 of jawiJslSiaiiiIcSy Grovo Farm homo tragedy has a family It is a deplorable AliiHWoith Froo Good stable aud care of horses C B ALLEN Give me a call colors tho finest mado MILLINERY DEPARTMENT Â¬ Shoes SL C P Tracy Co Boots and I JDftESS MAKING DEPARTMENT WANT ALL Garter fliyioils Co KEEP PERFECTLY STILL NOTIONS Â¬ CINCINNATI J T DAY OHILLED PRICES Â¬ Â¬ UMAX iJ SOUTH BEND PLOW Â¬ umm rm m m W F HILTON Proprietor WM I J w it ForSATjE A fino hearso and harness Jn firsfc claaa condition suitable for this country Very cheap and on easy tonus if sold at once Inqulro at tho HEitAM office 8H p- - at least km will last except tothree days 4 delegates aadwUri private admission by ticket during 4 Tb4 1 CelereO Democrats Onlletl to Moot tho 0 H T Taylor presidonnt of has league Nte ro National Democratic to bo hold iMued a call for a convention ia Indiauapolis the 2d of next AugUBt Or any thing in tho Jowolry lino lot mo know it I will fur Â¬ nish you goods worlh the money and YOU will linvo quakantJIS nt homo whoro you onn uso m PUREST THE-PRICE-O- AND BEST LESS THAH HALF F M v4JoH OTHER BRANDS HALVES 0 SOLD IN CANS ONIA QUARTERS IMIINTINO FOU FINK JOllUALU 11113 UlllVJh iVJL K NywTTP QUINNS SIHTSyiENT Aak your druggist for It Ifho AtfLtlirui Ar MlV i u i w ifviiui uiAiuiUt ta or ihobnrn PfePftratlon I have overHorsemen heartily recommend It to ull used or heard S Tfe have hundred ojucA tettimoniaU S - Rospootfully toop it Priwf 159 per liottle doea not keepTtBwid nf w- - Y niviii iMim us afic r co WhitehallnllL N Y JyilY T - P CARR Ky TI JB JJBWEXiEB EJ5EL Morgan County If THE HERALD is only Si a year and It U i ti lnc inoi paper published in Kentucky Subscriho now and sccuro o sunn tilings u win contain this year Ai V J0 fep 1 i i A 1 wl t 71 A Mr h4kUMhlMtVIU k- r v jT vtviC tMf