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Digital page images are linked to the text file. m 10 IJmmtfwf 1 Of jMHI BT T2T SH1 Tip iftAIUt H Hr n 111 mi M mm mil H M JT - u MB A HI J M t M it M ft - SMVft IH Ln LM - Ml IW t TOJrlI SvTth isfA UI HfcKUiljf M M H r H M M M 1M M rtfe V C li XI t T1 lil T gpENCER COOPER Owner and Editor Of It Jfolsy LlVtMlt if6m Alfontf oMfiitihthVIng iit IIU ELBVJ5NTI1 YEAR sr nckf mMwAmhh - siou L A YEAR Always In Advance -- v - - a w j HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUttTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY NOVEfrBEIt PnMIp Salo 7 ilm 1804 l ill Jl NUMBER mftt 82 j Ji z iw H fa NEIGHBORING NOTES THE WATUttlMTt Written for Tub IlKnul gusts Pbrlcks through the verdant pines The sun unditnmed in oluiidlcss sky From his throne of glory shines Tin morn tho wind in fitful IlilUIWl WINCHESTER - WHiAIlj Items KY of NevB Gathered by Busy Herald Correspondents - It I HUNTEK Cashier I will at my residence bit tfittDY November 1C 1895 offer for 8alc to tho highest bidder tho following lot of prop orty towit All my hoUBohold and kitchen furnt turo Farming implements Ton Beo Stands Four Milk Cows Four Heifers Two Young Steers Seven Fat Hogs Seven Stock Hogs One Bay Marc And many other articles too tedious to mention Terms made known on day of sale T N Qua ham Charley Sample of Lacy creek has a Paid up trU Eastern Kentucky nud 3 iml olfors Its customorH every fuctllty ifltMJnoit liberal terms within tlio limits oi ctl8ly I Utlmnto banking tlirouclioiit J IUllr Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 accounts of nk sollflts theand buincsn nierjhcd tnulirs fiinnors That Its Readers May Bo Pontod on What Is Being Said and Done A Im standing where tho sunbeams full On cliff aud chasm deep Where waters tremble on tho rocky brink Then down the chasm leap - RESUME OF THE PAST WEEK If theres a hole in a your eontH 1 A Kaders Deposit Bank 51T STERLING KY OAPitAii ehiels ainunjt vim tukinj notc And faith hell prent it WOLFE COUNTY rede ye tent it Around on every hand I sec Clilhnud trees that rise And tower in grandeur till They seem to touch the vaulted skies Far down below me I can see ihc waters glide along And they make sweet music to my soul As they sing their morning song I5ut grander still and more sublime Is the rushing torrents fuM As it trembles a moment on the brink Lano Items 200000 Surplus 30000 Iff i M G BIOSTAFI- lVositlcnt L KIKKPATIUCK Vlco President W W TWOMSOX Cashier S Wercspectfully solicit tho business of mcr irtits farmers traders and business men i cfiierftlly throughout Eastern Ken lucky A Give us a i Lni nl bnnkiiic business done to send you a bank book nay your Vcllftnce Miecks and loan you money when in need W TUOMIson fasliser iiillira 8ew Spring Style OF Y i 016 and John Hurst of Pear Tree attended the spenkinj Friday Mrs H V IuiHan of Maytown is visiting her father V J Iniham J H Mareum and R A Hurst spoke at Lane Friday on the political issues of the day Henry JundifT of Breathitt county passed down Sunday night singing Good bye by lover good bye While in Breathitt county last week your scribe stopped at Sain H Hursts His boy Taylor took tne into the apple bouse where I found about 1500 bushels of the finest apples I cvit saw and then Wiiit into the orchard and could not miss a one Shanghai Maytown Missiles Mrs Swango is very ick Claud Davis on the sick Int Mis Lillian Patrick is a little -- II B Free to our Rtiaders A first class high grade monthly homo journal lias come to boa nccessity in every hotischoldSucha iournnl well coiHluctcdjocqupies a special relation to every member ovtho family circle One of tho best Journals qf this character we have seenistho Womans Health Jour Â¬ nal mibibheU at CliaTtanooira Tcnn TIiq climtorles charming verso aud jnicrcauugniigcciinuyj appeal aiiKe to young millohf Its specialc departments Of Fashion Among Our Girls A Page for Mothers UliO HomO Kccper With the Cltiidteu and the Health and Hy Â¬ giene Department ediled by a conpe tcnt and experienced byajclrtii make it invaluablo to atiyjiomc Tiik IIintAil always Oil tho lookout for what will profit its readers hnO se cured fifty yearly subscriptions to The Womans Health Journal wlilcli R lir0 posea logivo away daring thoncxtOO days A years subscription to tbis journal Â¬ Vi 1i re c- J turkey hen which began laying in the Thvn leopi down the rocky wall spring and up to tho present time lias As the lightning streams along the clouds layed ono hundred and forty ono eggs When the sky is veiled in gloom Charley says ho sure never saw tho like So the waters lash to the reeks below of that before and we doubt If any ono And strike with a sullen boom has ever witnessed such a display of de- Â¬ And us the thunder rends the clouds termination on the part of a fowl Sho And shakes the rain from heaven is evidontally laying for the futuro Ill sheets of wiitei by cruel roeks thanksgiving festivals and wants to sup liiio fjlitttring spray is riven ply the whole of creationwith fino fat Then gathering again in the pool below turkeys for the occasions Charley calls Its strength that was lately riven her Macduff makes no effort to stop her It whirls and eddies and glides along in her mad career hut on tho other hand Â¬ will bo given to v 1 Eveiy new subscriber toTbCiiiijHerald yfho pays cash IT 2 Every old subscriber whoreneW 1 by Nov 15 X 8 Every delinquent BUbsOribcryhov pays up arrearages Theso subscrrptions wont last Ignis First come HrBt served Call at Iliis office and aeo sample copy Will - llclleeting the light of heaven Hats and Bonnets OF 9 -- v1 EVERY GRADE AND PRICK v Trinv Goods Flowers ITalr Braids c at prices to suit the times better Ribbons at this writing Mrs MAGGIE GILLUM James Wilson has moved to town and Ko 81 North Broadway Lexinpton Ky Kccently removed ironi inmun with Henry Stamper is running a wood John M Rose the druggist will tell that no one is better qualified to judtoof tbo merits of an article than the you I HI u li riOMBS UOUSE CAMPTON PnorniKTOR KY J B HOLLON igfgf Hi The patronaco of the traveling public is respectfully solicited Table the best aud very attention to the comfort of juests fPf QLARENDON HOTEL COr TIiIm Short nml Wmestono Streets M5XINOTON in ftiilv mi Iic l lf ImiiRo two suit res from Lex- depot is first ington and Eastern K I The paUomuje Class and rates reasonable ufttie mouniaiu ieople is solicited and the best treatment assured JOS M SKAIN Proprietor KY and smith shop James Clark of Pine drove has bought C W Clarks farm near town and moved to it E B May and family of Montgomery were visiting home folks last week and are now at Elk Fork visiting the family of J W Henry Messrs Mankernnd Gosney are moving along nicely with their mill You may expect fine Hour when she starts as Mr Manker will have no other WlNULKiSS dealer because he baRes bis opinion on the experience of all who use it For this reason ho wishes us to publish the remarks of other dealers about an article which ho handles Messrs C F Moore Co Wo sell Newberg Ore say more of Chamberlains Cough Remedy than all others put together and it alMr J ways gives good satisfaction I believe F Allen Fox Oto says Chamberlains Cough Remedy to bo the Mr W II Hitchbest I have handled Cham- Â¬ cock ColumTnTs Wash says Cough Remedy sells well and is berlains highly prized by all who use it Â¬ Â¬ MENEFEE COUNTY WJ fj D SEITZ WITH W M KERR IN lounnns CO lements i Ponieroyton Paragraphs is reported as having the fever Butler Hughes i i ii ir i - Hardware Agricultural I RONTON Oi Tulavniriiig lk nrv MOORE u vote Mrs Bruce Sexton who has been dck foi sometime is improving 1 quite ITU CO n C- - BEN WILLIAMSON Hardware UUtlery Solo CATLETTSBURG KY agency ior South Ilnd Plows WITH nHAPj7ibrxriTr7 U JIBED PEEBLES WHOLESALE Co Dry Goods f Notions PORTSMOUTH O JJaulsey Murphv and Jus Frencbburg attended the examination at Fridav and Saturday Harry and Ernie Little and James Cannoy have about l2i gee e wincii thev will drive to market soon Judge riudill bus been doing some e fleet ivc work for the Democratic party The judge never fails to in this county be at bis post It seems that some of the boys have been having a good time drinking red But oh liquor for tho past week how bad they will feel after the election is over DB J F L0CKIIART SaiSsiEipwK KEL KY -- City of Statu of Ohio County Toledo j S3 Lucas Fiiank J Cheney makes oath that ho is tho senior partner of tho firm of Co doing business in County and State A PLOYD BYRD tho City of Toledo Ca Campton Ivy aforesaid and that said firm will pny Stanton ICy ATTOENEY-AT-LA- W tho sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL t and every case of Catarrh Mrs W B Mcok who resides at Sf Abstracts of title Airmshcd oollco LARS for each bo cured by tho use of Halls Camptonville Cab say her dnugbter tlonsmado ami rompt returns guaranteed that cannot Connected with tho law firm of Wood Day Catakjui Cunu wn for soveral years troubled ftt tlinos U Sterling Ky In civil practice FRANK J CHENEY stomach nri with severe cramps TTFOWARD STAPER beforo mo and subscribed in would bo - suoh ngdny tbftfi it was Sworn to Attornkv-AT-La- w my presonco this 0th dfly of Decotnber necessary to callln nphysicjittt Having OAMPTON KY AD 188G Colic CholerA read of Chamberlains AWOLEAKUN Will practlco in tho courts of Wollo and the and DlarrhcKi Remedy sho oquamdof to Notary Public adjoining counties All business entrusted HEAL t Ottr care will receive prompt attention try if Shp fonw 4baj itinliaf Inttonfiliy prompt VClieL dfcvWBQjUuIn AflWsrA takpn T f7 aoiINgONi J II 8WAN0O Halls Calnrrh Curo is Wood niiu ipm lip jVha im HWgtys ttt fiw IInzol0rcen and nHs dirUy Uiunpton t F J Cheney 0 SVANG0 JOHNSOK AT033tl3yS-Aq-iAW U- - will it tfourur CftllooltpiM idniPJ Rnil abstracts of title luraliliQiViPJi i Jioiiefft A waoUoaintko Woifo frmrmimmMm crftfntar anuDlf i- Wk itoX n 1 T h IVyj left yesterday for Cincinnati yhor nt rim ii lie yjlifbuy a stock of goodrliuj Taylor Day idJiavjtighis hiiUitr Vret house and assist the buyers of tub J 1 Ilazol Green covered yiifpYcrimpcr Xay Co in buying a stock Of goods ftfr iron roofing and will rcnlrtco thofiluiiglo tlioRacliet Store j roof now onljJHstoveroaifi wltluhsatytf firOproof material mm 5rttentU6 ISiIrs Bollq Gdey will pleaue acpfe mill woylt r9dyfdrBHlRleIr tho thanks of tho editor and bi beHor P as fine if not the finiat jjixy WffgSJjpMin ispwui jjh d fpr a dish of the mwwmna wwmvtwuim mixed piolcie ever enjoyed by an epicure of oxqubito tHstes and thats us a of next v ba1 tnuitojtwl p If ygii i ph work or this ofiicfjou Flotohor M eGuire wjieao illnesstqz ft M MS advortislng been reported in those columns JWlUQlljUlon yoti tfjilpblwmvory inucJi by coming month pnst is said by bis attendn P to the Captiiifiji oflico and paying your Mu physicians DrsTaullioo and Tliamqil lluoa Vo need a little of the filthy St T1 Juoro about as bnd as a hobo dpes a bo slowly improving V ilium zmmmiww immmwm u a meals victuals It times and your ni iSSL Milos Ilfrey of Ltiurel jvlmc WfMW v uplhlM that ayory- fhrpij yslitjiihLbayo promptness will joliovo our distrossand oldMruJI Never mind tlm loading railroad ties ono dyjastl e forovar appreciated ihTonjfdy lntlohouso JflWnow OllJMuHl lojlfjwosfc nMttlof Comu on and ftoll try and attend liad an iklo thiown oUt rush oriitflfej WeM by JftliurM m9 3 Mm wt tfpr your wants his leg broken in m r Â¬ District Medical Association At a called meeting of the physician of Breathitt Owsley Wolfe Lee Estill and Powell counties held at the Nina- web Inn in Beattyville Ky on Friday Oct 25 on motion the name of the so ciety was agreed upon and called the Kentucky Valley Medical Association The following officers were elected for the enuing year President Dr B D Cox sr of Wolfe First Vice President Dr R W Parke of Lee Second Vice President Dr B D Cox jr of Breath- Â¬ itt Secretary Dr C D Mansfield of Powell Assistant Secretary Dr George S McDonald of Owsley The following papers were read before the society Dr 11 II Stamper of Wolfe read a paper on Post Part urn Hemorrhage Dr B Littlepagc of Powell read a paper on Typhoid Fever Dr Gvo S McDonald of Owsley read a paper on Phlegmasia Dolons Dr O D Mansfield of Powell read a paper on Erysipelas After tho meeting supper wastenderod tho local profession and visiting mom hers by Dr R W Parko at tho Nina web Inn followod by dancing which was enjoyed by all present Tho sooioty will meet again tbo first Friday and Saturday in May 1800 at Jim Swangois olio of the hustling young Democrats of this section and ncjv mistake about it Through his eoliclta tionho got up a purse to pay the expense of getting the election returns andV cries lay on and damned bo bo who Tuesday evening left for Weit Llfeeuty V cries enough to avail of tho telephone communication Our Last Call with Morehead By this means We AtJl If you owe us a note or account and today able to lay beforo our readers tbo b the same is not paid by November 15th report published elaewhero s 18i5 suit will be brought on tho same i v icnrablo without respect of persons This means Wo know that it sounds qtwtckifth tV every man woman and child who owe talk about the Electropdiso curing incur- Wo are determined to settle up the ablo diseases but bear in mind thofaCtv us Co so Have cost that it is tho old treatment that litis pfo business of Pieratt vt nounced tlio caso incurable u do not by calling and paying up make tho claim that we can cure all inRespectfully curable diseases but we do maiiitaifi Co H F Pieuatt with all earnestness that a pasri jiro S Could you nlso pay what you nounced ihcurablo by your famllyphy P 4 I need it to pay what I owe sicinn is a splendid field for the opera- owe me tion of tho Electropoise It may bo just Resnectfullv the treatment necessary tuul- - is quitej H F- Pf era it likely to bo 0 If it falls tlrtiiioi- Poise but in auoji If Jesso Johnson who left the vicinity gument against tho tho phyfiiciahsjtate a caso the fact of of Kokomo lnd in a mysterious man- ment is proven to bo true Butf manys7 ner some fifteen years ago is still alive tho patient who has been given tip by and within hailing distance of The his physician who has again rcceiveoylife Herald it desires to state that be can through treatment of tlio Electropoise Hill it Â¬ i - Â¬ hear something to his advantago by Â¬ communicating with tho county clerk of Howard county His father John Johnson died suddenly a short time ago leaving a fortune of about 75000 to bo divided among seven children Six will get it unless tho mi sing brother is heard from Tho world of medicine has discovered It u new remedy for sick headaches works in an almost magical manner and effects cures in almost impossible enses Ask your druggist for Ramons Tonic Liver Pills nnd Pellets and give them a fair trial for a fortnight nnd tho chances are that you will have no more biliousness sour stomach headache diz ziness etc It costs but 25 conts Ask your druggist for a freo sample Harry Nickell and wife of tlio Cas key fork of Grassy paid our ofilco a pleasant call yestorday It was tbo first visit Mrs Nickell over paid u printing office and sho scorned very mulrih taj csted in tho mysteries of the nrjtVprQ fjv sorvative To my patrons n ogar county I am innoediiSOTnG moriey just at present need lbftlly-r-nndAnlbo obliged if you Vilt cpniotn iand pay your accounts or part on them - BeapoetruUri bi o fVVtf it mi vU j 0 in m ICKELt Â¬ John Evans tho right hand bower of tho J T Dav Co of Ilazol Green was in tho city Monday op routO to Lords vine wnoro ue goes in uio interest oi Mt Sterling Advocate his firm Mr Day requests ua to say that Mr Evans Is not conneotcd with his firm or working in the interest oF it heJinving resigned his position to accept ft nlaco with a wholesale houso of LdBvJUOj tls I traveling salcsinnu Lou Day wiHpTqaid accept tha thanks of the editor antt his bottor-J- - tor a mciie of tho nicest and wlntcat hominy t wo 6yer smacked OUr twrlipsoor was reildybrCHtiHgwheUsentin and Mrs J Ijjuv1 M Tj -- w t V tberbforOVHblyAipreeiated JMJ65 MjnnjojA Hdrton daughter 62 Hon Frank Ilortoii of Camargo jvho v hits beonl3ttiniUiMrhnioJl5ayy tblsplaqe today leaving jecvcral anxious palpa siiicytbfair of homo returned m tatlugheartHliehiHdber Cliarjey Andre book koepeTor A joo a l p m m W JT TJ - - W4i WlwpJ7S8 ir Animniiniftikttf rVrfltfekfllMi PhyMoian andSiirgeoia HAZEL GREEIT XX - HWuauijuB tvsy atii j urgory4pdQbiitri wi l ti YiJ 0X hoifajfoold liwiQfld iiotfitiy nd always friend ii frfUfy to call tbo attoutlau pCPi frlatl Mr ant Mrs Tom yahKow ph capo and a6itbulioiJogool WliBut Will py Bo to my fall nnd winter crock lire oopfinwl to tKeir lone iih fobtlft kid glove Irasiuf XiWHiJil por inisiiu on rfoios nnu bcuouiiib or ju iiiu S P Korr irtUluMni 1 tttllrtn in Ul huih HWKIHJ iilnew Dr Jolri4 tynjtyfc trtortfhumHw inluHu wheat tojja doUyrd at my storo In hau una Jn met nrts to gi rh gaHJ brand ing J 1 PAY lluel Green t t ri V - WantsO t trfi n xi ilr i kgi iiur wmm- - v i thomjV lm M tTI j b V I r tefe M S a iv A V a ma KURD wiPRwr f1y s v ill it VC Vo i sr ho his faalu Th m His aerves tJhat for hoar he It was not seemed to in n hurry Mi had kept nnder coatwil gave way now war drivinp i tbfe responsibility of vitti Tim doctor appeared at an open that ho had reached his destination and had taken so as to cross be- Â¬ n iiow abve atttl asked the aa me of and he fell to the floor insensible when fore thethe gates he was coining r iiricRitixXHix irtkVfMMc t hiscaHor It was late the next morning Engineer Mattem was the an Â¬ the engineer regained consciousness caught by the engine The but Keel orsc r 1 My child has diphtheria arid is although ho conld not yet collect his might havCn6cn muchw swer In great danger thoughts very clearly a racklngboad en Sardo Irwindow threw tho door key out of ncho tirevcntodthisC Jlislllmbs scetnod JhTdSn atel If ATiUES QUEEN ft saying the immovable nridltcaVy1 aisload In thej a wood towhttMKrtirohhiaeilwit Mid Artar Opon the door and coma up j in the ixxirn in thoh Ite fmttid uitnsfclc and Saved thorn as it 3s nc woman tad Ihfctinfa h fcwtteti at was tiark tac nither an arc i vhkklireognUcd as tAteJr room a SttMj feMMtraer Vesper churned tnlnc zucnnuin i win ctroKS lnyoirj and no chfM were only slight Mftttotiit folt around iti lhAitiiirknosa I dealklika sUllness rjrM6d Ue tried j farawr vcr y the horses csc atwrphtjr et aaVblltte fcrooldet flowing near for tho kvxholq nhH a ic liXmiftnU n to lift his head but I vala ho feu j lv sttiaaed andalthogk they were gowK Jylcftt fireiv over n her wale hood qHf i later jtocHi3toXi tljo QocIkht baok on Uto pillow witih a grofta Ills without iaiary of Aaft itcAfatcaU Xfcvar neeroe to me tnsn NvhtSe tas Wttphi aUvttly aw itt wif hoard him and ante in Imt with flaag far into a ditch the wago Mr thnfc InaolRutte removed tromtncc coarse is all broken to pieces thoTtofe8slM pale with wecpteg a Let me go ndflen cone ft nrnrmortni rnsa Brit on Mattora what ails yo liuth kc whispered W lrtftt t1t HrtoA ovory Jwit and Made i to be Uraioa The man bad caasc 0h my dear hasband how thank IOiokc Vrhttpertax voice Hc ibe irpwllnnd cndttftw v Uml I an take thaneeab tl- ry rcsinlos wiUt xnc in dljAtlwjria lal I am to see yoa conscious again for like one boreftof his senses Mat 3T AtsJ SiwirMefl all thft CfcywitVlal Oftsb tto nwtst so all pebble dife tern had saddealy throws his arms V h cried Whb warty coms watt a Mlth n pM Musii iV Vtu 1J Vi in wtvnvM owu 4ivo orc How is tho boy Is he still alivr around hi aad kissed his TSrVe tlte niai oon trra dsma obwureft juuuit face cryiaff and laughing at the 0iofttrtai8Svorod Maltorn and Oh yes thank God Had yoa come TClTCht ip I ihrrloA lnjBlA Ik tId Jils slory aa hour later it would kave been too same tiawj AnA uifihttnrMo burst f origin sons mbt StMJCL Vou say tkal 1jj train tioos aot re l late bat the doctor thinks he is past Mattera on account of going against an - all danger now He has just bea all instructions was taken before l mfttnlaffr RaM tho docrnsAwfroHTwntboKijmTOtjr examiaing committee and fined oe tbrpstVirotld fStront vn h inv4 imp won wy htinA nil the ny a you called to look after some people who ulcer WUme at tttlftttmfeiaf alcht VTtat wore hurt at tho railroad crossing A months wages bat otherwise was not Ttiai cnwxod Ibo myrVnd sxr to ohiJorlBK dis yon expeet no to da In iha mean wan is said to be killed and two wom- Â¬ punished as it became well known Umc en and one child badly injured Try to why he had done such a desperate act Aisflreoapon thy Teaty MiBttoltooi 43Mae with me doetorr cried Mst sleep a little now dear husband that As for Dr Sardo so blame was atYhy pfttWay cloat tbc mboribcaths later a iitotn jjroat boadso jorspiration start Â¬ will be your best medicine- - I will call tached to him on the contrary his 3 Vbs prtinos VArbled bird to bcRvenabvo ing mt on his forehead Vou can yon when the doctor returns humane deed brought him consideraw Por tba nrt Queen ot k my ict royl ave tay oHQd H yott ionly will E Oat at Sbe kissed him and went into the ble practice law ErKOsUue I Qktho station stands wty locomotive undar next room Where the child was sleep Â¬ Neither of the men is alive now but JBecbSinSt TPuaBs Atonai ityoa xvillome with tne I will ing the remembrance of this stormy night lalrc yo t3ayhmo ia an hoars time One person dead three badly hurt will lone-- remain with those who are A DESPERATEjIINDEllTAiaa and my will oe saved perhaps fatally and through his fault still living to tell of its events Tit Are y tand Noyr at the dead of He had had no intention of doing this Hits 5IE boll sounded Sight whoa vMy oho is asleep with Â¬ all he thought of was the saving of his MOMENT A THRILLING lot tbe last titne out slgaalli or iniermation of any kindÂ¬ child but had he a right to undertake lingineor Matlern at the stations to le passed yoa in such a fearful responsibility when he An Arrhacoloclfct Who llusl Trouble in tbr Vadi kissed his Mife tend to wvr your locomotive for twenty-- knew what torrible consequences jnilcsl Why tnaa at the first might follow archaeologist traveling A French Soaped to Ws cn five O He rose in despair he could not en among the Andes in warcb of knowl- inc and wlth a iatormediatc station we shoald jump Shrill whistle tlto the trade because the switches would dure to lie still the air of the room al- - edge and specimens had a great aesire tratn slowly bcR ani be larncd wronff most choked mm in nis ears sua t 4 mrvrt smri pjirps in tne Slue Ol lnaeod doctor there is no danger sounded that fearful ccath cry With the precipices They were doubtless to move The Villarc 3t was leaving believe too At all of the stations the ancient tomb and would prubably cousistca Ot a lew strapRJing- jiousc i mill SfT yield him a treasure He selected a the homes bftho fcatlroad men and the swatches will be taraed for the train 2l3L favorable spot therefore ripged a sort road itselfastisedprinQiiially for the that is to leave first in the tnorsmg -- tev Ll9Wi OsL aai as that is mine yoa need haw no if chair or seat between two leather eavwc oth iransporwiMon foi i- jo k cords and engaged two Indians to let for bat jew travwors passed tnwragH foar about oorainc with moT Bnt the crossings are not closed him down from the brow of the precithis wild sog5on whioti ad as no on expects a traia at this A descent of thret hundred pice The daslancte to Ddmano to he and sixty feet made in this wa place tipy tvora bound was a matter time we Jnigbt be the cause of a great tJcal of harm to pnssinjr teams tells uh is extraordinarily hmjXo no 1 know every inch of the However he reached the tern Wiyecl iherc 5a three hours in in jgronnd and shall exercise the greatest safety and on forcing a passage into iKpite of tthedarknessiand disaRTceablo it was rewarded by finding twopkulls weather tn tbceariycvcninK a strong care when we coiae to the crossings And besides who would be out in he thoroughly dr and a mummy nind baci carison Sind till midnight a He passed says and pretty solid perfect hnrncanc raged As soon as weather like tfcisV Bat wiat you propose dome is ab trnin irri x cA sii Dolmane the bolls I a string through the eyeholes against all rales and regulations you of the skulls and attached them gave thesirnal wbi6b told the employes to his belt Then he took the all alone the linb that thev could seek will lose yocr position besides beinS mummy in his arms and sigtheir rek oind there were no night responsible for all that may happen a What do 1 care for that if 1 conld naled t the Indians to draw him ou inai roan wsins rxiimjug up With his heels he defended himMtternrestcd Jora Htt3c while and j only save my child Yoa can do this self against the jutting rocks and in a tben looked iaJtor tbc work he bad for me if you only will On my kne s few minutes was almost on an even been given ioda vHch ocoupied him 1 beg of yon to come with me Oh with the top The Indians knew noth- Â¬ nntil about olevon oolock Ixsaving have pity on me The doctor yielded ing about his load Just then the yelthe engiricstaadlng vitb a loxv fire as Like some wild spirit of the night i srrroSK vor WANT to sek Torn low skull of one of their ancestor be was to Return to 45c wRlage 5n six appeared before their eyes and the bours bejgavo the tfireman permission the solitary engine sped through the nOAST idiots gave a start of surprise The gototh cnglnejhonse iatid getaHt stormy darkness Mattera had not klecp lie Mmsolt conclnded 1 awakened his fireman for the reason tiembllng limb he made his way into Frenchman thought they must have tle to sceTc a- estanranttbttt he had aao J that he did not wish to create any un- Â¬ the bedroom Both wife and rhiid let go the cord He looked at them si- Â¬ It was the affair of a second he ticed was 4tiil aaghtcd p whore ier necessary excitement in the engine were sleeping What passes in the brain of bap he Svonld tfind congenial com Â¬ house When the doctor had taken his lently and bitter tears streamed down writes pany Asbe nvaree tbe next day ihe place Mattera threw a can of oil on the his cheeks What would become of a man at such an instant is indescribcould sleep Sihoniaa3ong as be pleased fire in order to put the engine in qoiek those he loved so dourly able 1 did not drop a yard but I exSlowly he went dowu the stairs he perienced all the horror of a man rap-Â¬ Wbon be came to ttbo rstataen plat er motion and they wore soon flying lorra bejmtttbe teain masters assist Â¬ along at u fearful speed which was could not meet the eyes of his dear idly falling through space My hands only lessoned s they passed the first ones and nthout a word he opened let go the mummy and while covered ant Mr Itoysvhotsaiata Mm You bare 3st carxlx c 5n tame 3 station Which they did without acci the door and was out on the street with a cold sweat 1 was helped over was roinr o aond ome c to ha irt dent as the Kwitohes were turned in There he wtood for some little time the edge of the cliff by the Indians yoa apV tjhdrc a tcJoficam ihore imt the right direction the mummy bounded from rock to rock the f rcsn air seemed to do him good The doctor sat down in a corner and The town clock struck seven it was and landed in bits at the bottom of the A ttiegtTinfertmeiiskeMatiora tried to finish bis broken nap and early yet Mechanically he turned chasm He overwhelmed the Indians with lootchig jiarjirrlgei Ycs asft cohk M attorn divided bisattontion between his engine bouse he wanted to look hfeopkig up the lire and regulating the after his engine as was bis daily cus- Â¬ invective but to no purpose Such Sato the waraingscm la a menieh SKtatfrNm beM tike 4is 3eed of the tmgino Had Dr Sardo tom He arrived at the shed his en dead mer they assured him if dis Â¬ any idea of the danger 3e was in he gine was there no donbt bronght turbed in their sepulcher hni th patoh in bistronaikShsgihands wSpoeiaU The Wfe snater at 3DcQ would not have thought of going to there by some of his coworkers He habit of kissing the Indians u h perlooked at it sorrotvfuHy aud as of old ished infallibly under their deadly loas Saorm iEngJneor sleep xixxK wSl tattcna that1 Jhis clild as fsoriously fflli The last station wus jiassud an saJc began to examine it It struck him breath One of the two declared that KKitfa clipbtheria IraJodon4s absent ttsc There were only seven antics more that something might have become his own father had died in that way The other assured the Frenchman a a joBrneyaiidbtlhorihclptnot to be fco anako utid tthcy would he at tlieir brokon daring the ride K haid Suddenly be beard a loud laugh that at the moment when the head of destination Aak ii attorn rto bring a pbyfj TWhile bunding dowsi to his work One of the workmen whose duty it the mummy showed above the edge of ia2i 2rom Dclmanc atbiljim wben be Wnxtern suddenly ffeit the engine give wus to take out the ashes and start the the rocks it opened its mouth If it retorns early iuttJictSnornlng lajerk Atturriljle cry Soil owed Idat fire had eome up behind him aad now had not luckily fallen into the abyss Xte ch3d- - myoo SttSe fCharlitJ groaned the father tern sprang mp and looked about liim said joldngly it would have cursed them forever I suppose yon want to see your Pittsburgh Dispatch Tbcrc is anothlngSatt scan flo but OFVy the light of Hheiungbiobeeotild see vrmx sxta xtope aor tine jdcsTi reaia uur tlitit tthoy bud gust rpassud a srailroad J ronstV aioyliOi riRlitB Among tho lncIUn tkoy jjbiloMCfphicailj What do ymx Soast he naked is downuend icrossmg Thqntiast imomunttiiey wore The annual hunting expedition was tiljdng ulongiinitho daclmeBs and muttn again 3 J ritorin The other ntnan laughed more than fun of vicissitudes the journeys and Uiut was Skat uaked he doctor f ever the camp gave opportunities to tho Ut must have boon a pretty good J young folk for sports and friendly in- Â¬ twtlolhudbouaousoaoittof Qiis ifleeji 0h cndtlnug vcry ulkdlr tt tcrno or bump a only wonder that the engine tercourse not possible at other times tli0rBtibstanue tthait Hjecamu dast He ididriU jlinp ttilie ttradk The front The invisfblo line dividing the lastha uimwurofl Slattern wbculs ware tfuTl ii bulr 1 cleaned uunda side of the ffcween iflte arUils from tho was very clearly de Â¬ wiiHcclu11ngbjuath ntauew aniu-- ttlie wuidlo thing and dragged the car Tho iash foax wassfuHf fined 4n the eye of the smaU boy it viuiss awiiy uttfJwewmu Jbutfhurev Ittij tilniskontto tlie jpuoU ail jfilie Uii j bonus dtwastapilgr on account of the was dangerous to cross that line it conld not bo done without a skirmish giiierhutihuiUd dtdnualmnicallj amdf baauSul ntrtlors inivdrtmjit ICItUt ifimnfut ury lalinoat So fsajing tlie woiOcman broqght W a3ad was sunt with a message lo uititlQ Kisihourttau d Ktiil tfUtbOf ianoidih1iudwdiuro tbc ifkcwood tho opposite sido of the camp bis firs Ji tttiQi ti 9Ul i tm- - was leapt itu Wtimbcr oI tho broken duty was to collect a strong bodyÂ¬ Ho tiOiildiwuilXinrngiiiC guard and oven with that ho some pouttd 0ontt eavtcorvwagon mittHtn voj fpieaoBof tatleofaatuilurs beciiVcrpjwiugiib ff Iig ftlmo liis utifintj Uhcra 3011 ee Huu moor JcJlow tamos tfatlutl to fight bis way through When those juvenile battles waxed too mt owqioct cain Joaring along mi tilu ua6lnitW5S tfaued budV 5 J likosuuicspicitoWvil muitmo dotxbt fltefcurbtwl uu Oil truamiiiBs at wfUit-- J vaolattho tthiielyiapproaoh of assizer i 1 ir v iniV oovor la UO VUN 11IO UiiUaV Ulll LUCOUIUj UlllllUU ttimotfiha5muurmiBif accomotivo womUoattHo a scarry capo bis dnuxorabl whip IwaK f tlui jmtmiiitiff dv tHaavnfeiousfcuibout t dms ttiliemrosssng ty if notVwhat AH z thui stuldortjaxljfollbwodu ijnitttt jnnQ ariclitunua Qu till lfflft at tbo matwod Miobilng unatohes oftenQood r 8r oe oniUa n aVhloh o boy could kick be rnnuC lioonghm Hto3 Sfll and ronding cry ThureSwus ntiiw rtrtatlon n nolt ubc 1 Hwiihewabttflr its bis bands oiUior Muttorn could oijlysuedSmly tiiiroughj you crutt Oilta down thQ 4lipc ut MH wtmiWBtuoK hoUj anuce DtWpuuy SwasriohKoor iMits kl the riarliuu but know Wm outside WS roaiK wvtn am aooton fttifroinifliidletilt uhuso boHgovontbaya linuttliuaPifa0tlif the bullduig too wall to be tnUitukun ba try lslecp for a tfow iboura J Khull Ho atoppad the wigfine uud Ujtik tbei miuMorii ilHUwm wgainit cono m Jthofl tvtith ffolii fat an wteioanAo ubiabt jmxtfito Jock xtp nnd Heave you Ctooil pjith to liis Iiuiuu followed Uy the fluo j wlunuB m MWtutftmtTim c8toaflJimi nmitiilnfriibtt1r from anftfhavint suit hKci tiia aiy iiu mun amavtc man a UvaaaMri itiUi tii poik bwilfla rtaltfht 1 bopo verAtlun nvlll ttrn tor c window on the suaond boon fiw wyof u ifefng Ctttugl tlhit an linprovtsoa oampIrri vlidd f teMfiiill right Aaidvithtbathe v0JitJ ILhrnuLh the J floor he could sue u light shitting novortholuwCthtttO budbeuh1 an aooi ruvscuor m uenuury itwa uarlcniws RtotMi Pattern i very JtJwiy tt wus tncre nis emm was idotits wlioro some one waslrfKod and CMtinthe Itunnram df Tarsia borb ttlni to othorswonndffl Wus be awake vtlpstOtn taged atultho irain iMsat jr j iyinff wrestling wjth tluatlt 010 Mua Uiipnst perhaps killed nnhin ufuvoriHh dreum St this child ho Therightebusness his M Vtuxi jHlfnsrst tfjared sWas hdlp save wounded howhud others The liikuttvo Avorkman soomod to 01 nis ouisions wus Boldom callod in ninny Would nwdlciil uud BHHIt lbflfjlMng Ho grounud aloud Slowly hodrugffatl gutM his thoughts oi- porbnps felt like question This titlo bus boon conferred mSfvmT- oy avttllflie Heart morning Full His wife gluint him news of which he sceined on sovunu monarchs among them be-he lenow tho datjgijrou olmr- - his weary f eot up tho stuir 61 did to In in ignorance g uastmtr U ol Poland Pordinand Li ifliiir af tilie iUnoss against which nponed the door at his knock Pnighiuor Keel was not as lucky as T and James JI of Arragon Tlnroiw rqnsody was still living M attorn His boy wW bas not yet iound a i ashen face and beard bis you This morning in taking out the ai nasemu ot Arautan OTghts fume Dfihiir iv ouiulc and prompt attori tinttit1 saw trattling breatli In his ours sounded aarjy train lie was unfortunate enough ivuivhroo 01 icrsm JjOUIs jvhII ol Ut S 0 jukiI Maaawr i hi n v ua tir na n BwVtwtpktautobof diMSp thougbtjjrlntbe awM cry itbatk adtJeard to run agaiUst a t armer cart although franco earoioi JfartugaX f Ri mm PEfcMi w mmmmmmm MMMMl before - tJY Hi iHMwe falrlr ran t resankwd and rung- the nit tte Ne ryes and Blood iTC lttcjiarii nwr doco4 uooa the latter m Zi CTBWCICQ HWfmHI JUiXMrt Bt W 3r ti -- - yng If it is pure tWw properly fed and Ur n- - is no If ills to pre tbey rftfase nod the horrors of wnfl prostraUon result Feed the mtrtt pore blond Make pure blow aad j2r uaiy Th VV s4kAyt nmth V 1 ztlS it pare hv taklcg fe Hoods Sarsaparilla Tlie One True Blood coal-blacken- ed Purfier Hoods puis iaawisssaa n f1 s52sas55s5sss A delicious i j f f Â¬ dish of V l JYl i T - EAL with tho FULL FLAVOR Of - lf ty tho BEST I selected OATS can only be made with H Pijr fc -- wnenosuais FINESTOATS SPECIAL PROCESS J DY 9 MADE OF THE - t i ruH - jl jtr -- rj -- i Â¬ B YEARLY SALES 29000000 LBS OlO er ALL cnotiRs U IN 2 LB PACKAGES MUSCATINE OATMEAL CO IOWA MUSCATINE I iif f893SS9S989598SSSSS8SSSSV - FIND THE ONLY Â¬ -- A ORIGINAL Â¬ Â¬ PUBLISHED in This Country LM nt ritimirorriMtemu fo u rnu Bf U 6tb Are end Knmil de La tbe Mode zoohi re - Â¬ Â¬ liable lnformutiozi on tbe QueKtion o Cress Order of your Nt ws otJ decisr or send C c Jur be lust NuiUi rr And uQ THE MORSE BRQUGHTON CQ ny N EW YORK ir Ii I iiiii -- J Â¬ Ruth and Naomr- The DeLQIG Patent Hook and Eye i i i ifi Ii M -- hump ill jhJ Jfi byvQ I i 1 itj ii j II Kt1l0Prol- - ifJiTd80n v - Hoo-thu-- ga worw Fulrl w m Mk HIGHEST AtVARD- - Huu-pa-cliey- nn IMPERIAIxJ vi I Tiyitwlientue t f l xi n I I I f aigestionl FOOD j lis WEAK lip j Pvf W rJklu rtt tb and no peems to nourisk Tijit ffn seems impossible to j teep FOODSVslomaclii VJftanCaflic5nnft oiaijyiMtrciaisT5EvnfiYWinrini Nrtwoi1 S 5 r -- - jF i v r ff Awtviii ovw --v a i 4il i - or-fjr- yt - aAu Av STOVfi - rntiniikn orrJ POLISH la A MactciiU of a nliv THB UN PA9TI1 POLISH lor a citUafe kiru- after llanar wlitiie ftmrilcii ntrt lMhrd ull lAtl More r lwp-BUimMwW- K ifesJ Sti Br fc iK r ViCJi MfWRSWilV jirmSLm J U 3 - 1-- ii art fWi a XjL P J VA IV Kmr w w M - h til ll h JU It s- r ii -- 1 i A - jw 1 - iiiiMwiMM im i i iTi it n rV mull lf7jw1 rrrwtfrsm i u T Trvr tlH 1 - 7H r K1 tf IT u W I N rf JW wFanH vv Hffl -- J in imwuumid rt r k 1 THE BANKRUPT COMMITTEE NO NEED FOR HORSE MEAT or Keimhtki m Jtnl krjun Aro Huntllujc tot Kmerlonus Haro an Abnndnnco of Othof President Campaign Fund Aalmal Food at Vrenant Now who was the right John The republican national committee Tho National Provtsloner has boon hand man of Ex President Harrison In continues to exploit its bankrupt con isked by numerous friends and patrons J888 and s s0 Jot or nN that is known Ultlon boforo tho people in offering to lo squaroly deflno Its position on the to tho contrary has been Interviewed locato tho next national convention of question of horso meat as human food Since that party at the city An to tho position of his chief which will pay Wo should think that our position on his statements havo not been contra- off tho committees dobt in addition to tho subject was woll known by this dicted by Gen llarrison or by any the regular bonus aud donations In time but those who know us best irlcnd of his it can bo takon for one of theso scandalous announce- Â¬ lenow very well that it is no part of granted that they aro inspired ments tho committees dobt is said to our policy to straddle any question It seems thon that tho attitude of bo forty thousand dollars which has which comes up of common interest to tho ex prcBldont Is tho conventional been hanging ovor it since the cam- Â¬ the trade and wo have not done so in one of the priest who is called on to bo paign of 1802 tho case of horso meat As tho organ a bishop who doos not want the office This is the amount which Pittsburgh howover of tho meat and provision inand dreads its responsibilities but is invited to raise as tho price of mak Â¬ dustries it may porhapsbo woll at tin who accepts it in obedience to a sol- Â¬ ing a bid for tho convention A dis Â¬ tart of this now Industry to make uu emn sense of duty Gen Harrison is patch from that city In a republican sx cathedra statement as it were und He paper says hot a candidate says Mr Now Ono of tho conditions of put oursolvcs on record boforo the will not cuter into tho struggle for a the conventions coming hero it is ro press and our readers in overy part ol nomination which could not bring him portcd is that tho Iron and steel man tho world as being unalterably and any moro honor but which would ufacturcrs pay off tho dobt carried by unqualifiedly opposed to horso pieat ai Hut if he tho committee since tho last campaign food for human beings no mnttei bring him moro cares should bo called to active leadership It is said that forty thousand dollars whether it comes from old broken by the party ho will assume tho duty will cover tho amount owed This down diseased car horses or young as a trust from which his patriotism declaration is as disgraceful as it is fillies This Is oandid will not allow him to shrink Thoro Is no need or cause for any tho languago of an auciont Roman It has been usual with tho republican American to eat horso meat Such s rather than a modern Indianian committees to fry tho fat out of tho pleasure should bo left to the eitizem General you protected manufacturers for tho pay- Â¬ of those countries where legitimate If vox populi said must exchange the peacoful seclusion ment of election expenses Thoy aro meats and meat product are regarded of your homo for tho laborious turmoil now to be fried to pay for a dead as luxuries and are so to a great ex of the white house Mr New says au- horse--t- o square up tho dobt which tent because American meats are shut thoritatively ho would puck up and go Tom Carter Hot Clarkson Bill Tilt Ah long as three or four states of tint and Mr New is of tho opinion that vox Campbell -- Dick Kerens Sam Fes populi is going to do that very thing sondon Mike De Young and their great country kill moro cattle hogi He says tho unmistakable drift of pub- associates left outstanding at tho close and sheep yearly than the whole coun of the profligato and disastrous repub-Â¬ try can consume and even in the ad lic sentiment is Hurrisonward justment of supply and demand ai Ilut in order that that drift may lican campaign of 1802 not lo checked and turned in another It must be understood that this con- Â¬ lows us to do a large export trade direction Mr Now announces that tribution of forty thousand dollars is there seems no occasion why we should were Gen Harribons advice solicited required to pay the old debt of tho resort to horso meat If there is a necessity for lower he would select neither Mr McKinley committee It is in addition to tho nor Mr Heed as tho republican candi- Â¬ usual munificent sum contributed to prices then let us raise more cattle pay tiie expenses of the committee the etc should this not be practicable o date for president In other words public sentiment convention and the favored individuals profitable then let us remove tho bar is warned that if out of regard for Mr who enjoy the municipal hospitality of Hers which in the shape of a protec Harr ouN preference for a private life the pluoe where the convention is tive duty keep out foreign meats nnd he is not called ou to be a candidate it located The proposition is plain Any let prices find a lower level bj competiwill not do to select either of the tw city lesinng to make a bid for the con tion We do not sec however that othei men who are the lending aspi- vention must agree to put up forty the per capita cost of meat consumpWhile ver rants for the nomination thousand dollars tiist to pay tho com- tion in America is relatively higher to be nominated Jen Har mittees debt unwilling That is a condition than in other countries iu fact we rison ovplains that it would be unsafe piece lent The oity making the most think an investigation would show it ami his gcier is all around offer in addition to be lower and therefore we do not to nominate anyone else see that a necessity for lower prices friends aro working hard t prevent to tni a n will get the convention exists here when beef sells at a price t sluirgh dispatch containing lbthe commission of such a blunder Mr New had to say on behalf this scan ial mentions tho fact that squal per pound to six per cent only of What wages of his chief could have been put in henutoi Juay is managing the transac Â¬ the cheapest day laborers very few words lien Harrison is tion and t vturting the contributions while in Germany and France the pur thase of a pound of beef will absorb anxious to bo renominated and ivelect fi- iu he manufacturers He is a candidate for the nomina A paitv iialoital committee is tho Jifty per cent to seventy tivo per cent ed jf a day laborers wages ion and through his friends is work permanent representative of tho party The Argentine Republic and Ausug hard to get it llccogmtng the The republican national committee is fact that Messrs Reed and McKinley financially bankrupt However it may tralia will be glad to supply any do are at this moment his most formida- bo with that party financially tho aciency w e may have The lattor ble competitors he takes the trouble committee represents its moral and ountry can lay down her frozen and to point out what ho considers their political bankruptcy Whether the efrlgeratcd beef in London at six and weak spots One btands for a bill committee can induce any city to pay leven cents respectively This Is one which cjst tho party two defeats and its old debts aud restore It to a condi- tnd one half cents below the average stands for nothing else The other he tion of solvency is questionable But price wo get for our meats but the V alleges is responsible for the heay ap- Aiuther that shall be accomplished or agurcs show that should a necessity propriations of tho Fifty first eon- - no the republican partys bankrupt ver arise we could draw a suflicient that country K condition in morals ana politics is lrre jupply of beef from per ffres s cent duty tven with the twenty As an old politician Mr New ought trievable Chicago Chronicle It is a peculiar circumstance and to have known that it would have been Due perhaps worthy of notice here NOTES AND COMMENTS better to say Gen Harrison jvarns the governments of lhat while exceedingly for the nomination and One big cloud ou McKinleys European countries insist on tho most means to get it if he can rather than to prospects vf the nomination is that pnut him as a Ciueinnatus at the formed by the smoke from the continu- rigid inspection microscopic and otherplow with his head turned over his ally increasing number of industrial wise of American pork and beef prod uts thej accept without any form of shoulder looking impatiently for the chimneys -- Philadelphia Times Inspection whatever horse meat of arrival of the senators to inform him Democracy has pulled the country every kind from the defunct omnibus of his election and bogging his friends of the oalamitous results of repub- nag of Fifth avonuo to the bucking to hurry them up Chicago Tribune out mismanagement and is now lay- Â¬ broncho of the plains The old saying lican Rep ing awaj monej- to the credit of tho pearls to swine may havo its appo MKINLEY STATISTICS people beyuiour Iud Democrat sitcness but it is disappointing indeed Limih Kilorts of rrotertloiilht to Dfludo There is food for meditation in to find countries which to all intents tho looplc the fact that all the republican leaders and purposes turn up tholr noses at the No rigid analysis is required to show of Ohio who are of a practical turn of best meats in the world and which the absurdity of tho statistical exhibit mind agtee that McKinleys talk about under the guiso of fostering home isHiied by the American protectlvo tho tariff is handicapping tho party agriculture place such an embargo on tariff league under tho transparently and should bo stopped Detroit Free foroign imports as to incrcaso tho re- Â¬ tail price of meat to flftj conts a false pretense that it is a review of the Press operations of tho Wilson bill in com The improvement in business has pound reverting to horseflesh as a puribon with tho McKinley bill knocked the spots out of McKinleys substitute Tho National Provisionor The exhibit is so absurd on its face boom and the lovo feast of tho blue SENTIMENT IN JEWELS that it could not havo been issued by and the gTay at Atlanta has made it men of sen so except under the impres- - necessary for Calllopo Foraker to ro Women kovo Thorn Not Ouly for tho Money x sion that most newspaper readers are writo his speech Springfield UL Valuo Thoy Kopreaent willing to bohevo that even tho most Register There are few women who do not foolish figures cannot lie The people of Ohio know James honestly lovo gems and a clover man The protended exhibit of a decrease E Campbell well enough to know that will not forget that tho girl who was r in the number of employes in woolen whatever ho promises in the name of so proud aud happy in tho possession and cotton mills is based on returns the democratic party ho will insist on of her diamond engagement ring re Â¬ from mills which in 1800 employed on- Â¬ its fulfillment at whatever cost to him- Â¬ mains the sarao little girl always and ly Oil men while returns are given for self He is clean honest capable will experience a thrill of joy in a gift only 300 employes in cotton and jute fearless aud true Toledo Bee of liko nature which nothing moro Â¬ only 305 In cut nails and spikes only useful or substantial can duplicate CoL John 0 Now of Indianap2 DOOln pottery only 021 in wlrc-woris in uo Wo are children to the end and lovo olis says that Gen narrlson ft ing only 75 in yarns and cloths and so sonse a candidate for tho presidency our baubles I am a great believer in on down to only 013 in newspapers and that tho story that ho lias with- Â¬ texts and mottoes or Mposysn us thoy printing and publishing drawn in tho interest of anyono is aro called AN I saw the other day a very beautiful wo to thiuk of tho iutol- - without foundation He also said that hat aro llgouco or of tho honcst3 of men who if Gen Harrisons advico wore solicited ruby sot with soven perfect diamonds undertake to make a report on tho con- ho would select nelthor Mr Reed nor tho whole forming ti small heart Â¬ dition of tho American newspaper Gov McKlnloy as tho republican shaped ornamont tho gift of a gentle business When thoy havo in hand re- - standard boarer A later dispatch man to Jiis wife on tho birth o her bov turns from establishments employing from Indianapolis sayo tho cx prot onth child Those words wero en Sfo mist oh a total of only 043 mena less number dents personal prcfownco is Senator graved on the pendant cloud wor specie nor stains than ur employed on the force of a Allison of Iowa LouisvillQ Courier scurcs nor w break the serene heaven thou hast Op single firstfclass newspaper Journal mado for me and I saw tho tears Yet tho tariff league has done this The fact that exports in manu and tho like of it not only onco but factured goods havo Increased in valuo stream down that sweet mothers fuce Alt tho toiceuQndJni continually Evidently tho league has nm iri ioe370 in tho year 1890 to as sho kissed Turn uofchalf good enough Johnueeu imposed unon It ought to pori3 in the year 1805 serves to John The glff vttt a orsuctvhUsband himself Sl35i5J tuo oit rcpaicu tmurtm p huado its statistician disprove to some occupation iu which ho will higlfprolection advocates that tho suporbjpnVbut hojvordv tmode itjnjm bit IALO Itntilo In mnlrn t rt CnniTtl V HY tarur scuouuie uioscu kuo - I do not of course moan to applaud posures of his inadequacy Ho ought new io ue Â¬ L tO Vlinh1fentrmll1nnfnnltntrV Or onl other thg WPttimj f sentiments1 outward or gold upou the last ly engraved in silver nnd lha throat or finger or bracelet they are really too awfitl to discuss but the jLTh0 duTfloVf gold has be words Inscribed Inside a ring or on tho while checked tho current receipts of tho adlffercuco of hut 903O7 an ornamont which Is mwfn- neriod of 1045 when the Inner sideof - wvcrmnoni nro in excess Ot its cx-- i token havo a mystic power Into effect ithcTln- - also a love and valued- - N trfc PcnuiturcM thfcro ianpk thOBlifflitest tWilsonl law went nrirt it eoitrof nvnr 1S03 and b the ancients knew i viw danger of TMIsuuuco of morb bonds creaso wtn b muflh better Anion- - Y Times tt- me wuuiu uuuuuj t ikfta and woolen Charlda VII on a triumphal entry oro tfrosncrduHoyory day Pernancy fjftiti iron amLateelCottop mrtmnfltitivo KtV - oy awv i i Into Rouen in H40 wore a folt hat of wtfvVg puliod the ooxfutry oj4 of the ana ueumr vhad been never ll Would olcct 2o One Hut lllmsnlf Â¬ J Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HARRISONS POSITION A FORTUNATE ltltinitnr ACCIDENT OF GENERAL INTEREST flio Tunny Ontonmn of a Moit horlown Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- - -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ This is tragedy or comedy according tho light In which you view 11 Ono of tho proprietors of adrugstoto In Atlanta was not long ago tidrttg ilerk in a small city There were two Jrug clerks in tho store at tho time lhey divided tho lime ono answering tho calls at night and getting shortor hours in tho day aud tho other doing ong hours One night said the Atlanta man I was in my room ovor tho drug itorc I couldnt sloop somehow aud I tossed about on my bed until t de aided to pass the timo reading After a bit I henrd some one cotno in tho drug storo bolow and heard my part- nor get up and wait on tho customer In a fow minutes I heard tho customer tro out and everything was quiet again But quiot only for a short time Presently I heard my collcagno be- low walking about uneasily and I could oil by tho norvous way Iu whiob he walked about that somothing wot the matter I went down and founvJ the young man walking up and dowu the lloor great bonds of perspiration standing out on his brow nnd agony written all over his face I dont know what on earth to do he broke out In absoluto dospalr I made a mistako with that prescription I was so sleepy I did not know but somehow I kept thinking aftor tho boy left that I had made a mistake and I went to the arsonic and found that sure enough Id put enough arsenic in that prescription to kill three men For ttods suke if you think of anything that can bo done toll mo quick His fnco was drawn and white and his mind was at a terrible tension Speak speak for Jods bake for tho was iu a hurry and the mans D03 already taken it Im afraid Whcro docs he live I asked His face fell and an expression of terror came over it Ho dropped into l chair I dont know ho gasped I sat down facing him and for what seemed an hour wo sat thoro looking it each other not speaking a word What passed through our minds no human words can toll Wo saw the dreadful effect of tho mistako death dis- Â¬ grace to us ruin to the establishment criminal chargo aud forever afterward tho frightful knowledge of having Black pic- Â¬ been criminally careless tures flitted through our minds It was an awful moment Wo started at every little sound We listoned for the cry of tho family We could see the pa- Â¬ oi tho sick one tient writhing in tho throos of death death brought on by a terrible a crim- Â¬ Tho inal an inexcusable mistake cold sweat stood out all over ua There came a sound outside Wo listened intently There was a knock on the door Wo both sprang to our feet I rushed to tho door A small boy stood thoro crying lie held the remnants of some broken pieces of glass in his hands Ho throw his arm over his oyos and cried as if his heart would break Oh mister please sir please sir he blubbered I couldnt help it I stumped my too and boo hoo foil down and boo hoo broke the bottle Wo both seized him In our arms My companion gave him tho sort of an embrace that ono gives to his sweet- Â¬ heart aftor a yearo separation and wo wept on his neck Tho way we sot that boy up boforo lotting him go ought to have sot a premium on break Â¬ ing bottles among tho small boys of Atlanta Constitution that town EARLY DAYS NEW ORLEANS How tho Sito ot tho Crescont City Hap Â¬ Io Â¬ Ihlllppo I of France did not d rvq tho tttlo of the Amorous any more than roost other French kings Jaht jn spite of this it whs bestowed upon mm on accjuni oi jus numoroiu intrigues with tholadics of his court IJouis XII of France was dostg accouul of the high rogard In which ho yns held by them Ilia highest am JbllIon seemed to bo lo promote their welfare Tho samo title for tho Bame general reason vas also bestowed up Â¬ on Christian H of Denmark Tho Doslon board of aldermen has given permission for pneumatic tubes to be laid nnder the streets of that city audit js expected that they will be ugod for the dolivory of both letters and parcels Tho first use to bo made of them will bo to connect the Uostoil post office with Us substations --At Jtfmc Tussnttds in Doudon is now to bo seen tho Gladstone state enrrlago presented to Mrv Gladstono by his fathor more than fif tyyears ago The only other carriages In tho exhibi Â¬ tion are thosu of Napoleon I aud Na- Â¬ poleon IN Mr Gladstone sold tho carriage in order to obtain tho money for a charitable scheme An odd stop In the movoment for booming local Industries whiclfhas lately started atp and aCtatncd much headway In tho West has bcon made at Sioux Falls S D sAn ordinance has been passed requiring all peddlers and hawkers who soil goods notmanu faeturcd or produced in tho state to pay a license fr S10 a day A green turban throughout all Is- Â¬ lam is a sign that tho wearor Is a de- Â¬ scendant of tho prophet Many per-Â¬ sons who have the right to this mark of honor arc now In low life and a o traveler in Constantinople or Cairo may havo his baggage carried to his hotel by a genuino descendautof tho founder of Mohammedanism And now it has come to pass that tho horse drlvon to grass by the com- Â¬ petition of locomotive electric motor and bicycle is finding his destiny la conversion into an article of food so that the horso meat Industry of Oregon has already grown important enough to demand and obtain a reduced car- Â¬ load rato on canned meats to Chicago and tho east Of tho Injuries to passenger oji j English railways it Is said that nOlcss than sovonty fivo per cent are duo to jumping on or off trains in motionT Of tho other deaths a considerable number aro charged to tho doors of carriages flying open when in motion from inseeuro fastenings Accordingly the English board of trade In combi- nation with the railway companies is now studying a now device by means of which nil tho doors In a train can be simultaneously lockod and un -Â¬ M nateakTho Father pi ills Peoplo on 08 Â¬ locked Argon tho recently discovered gass is colorless and inodorous has about twonty times tho donsity of hydrogen1 and is much moro soluble in water Â¬ than oithor oxygon or nitrogen It re- quires also a very low temperaturo for liqulfuction Prof Olszewski of Cra- cow has turned some argon which was sont hliu by Prof Ramsey into a liquid at a temperature of thrco hundred and five degrees F bolow storo and jnto a block of opaque ice at throe hundred and ten degrees bolow zero What argon is howover is still a puzzle to scientists all attempts to unveil it chemical nature havlnghithertq failed ABDUL HANJID AN EDUCATOR Tho Turkish Sultan linn EnlabiUhetl h Jtoff ulnr fiyatom of Nchools -- k- - 1 Â¬ N -- f Â¬ f - - f- - ii - 6 f calamitous u results dt republican inianuuagetnent and la now laying away wney to tho Credit of th pooplo-fc-ttiFree Fr - vt rolt forces in foreign markets now as and French manufacture which makers presented to him by the hat beforo in the history of the trade uref union a taw months bafort on the plajn thexslaim is based of commerce -P- UUndolpUl o o r means of pumps The old system how- Â¬ ever is Inadcqualo for tho present needs of ihocltyr and a new pian is ptoposed to drain thevconral part of tho City by means of a igreab canal finding its outlet through powerful pumning works into the Bayou liien vcutCand thence inoLako Borgne far from the city and its water supply The soverago systonv ot New Orleans Is independent of its drainage system Ttconsisla of sewers emptlng into a ey ral reservoir whence tho sewage tho river isVunipod over the Jevop Recently a plan has bjocn adopted for Q re enforcing tho old system by a now canal and reservoir which shall receive tho How of the old sewers The new rosorvoir will be twenty Bjven feet bolow the gulf level and will be fitted with pumping engines capabb of dis charging fOrtyfive million gallons a day It is expected that tho system as planned will provide a rapid current in the sewertt and the etfeatlyo und in the cotmtry-XihetlWir their inJlVfr speedy discharge of all Rtwago into U lava t nco will be Wjftogtl-iie-the river ourrent ftt a point far enough such ot ANM uolow the city to insure petfeot sk it Uamid S5fii tcvH mm Cim mmfa Hi tiou N Y PoU ft PI fevW MytfyVty Â¬ dent that the problems of draining and sewerage prcsont difficulties which cannot bo easily overcome Tho aver age annual rainfall itf ftcwOrlcans amounts to sixty or seventy inches and showers yielding from two to four incites are not uncommon All this water Is collected in druidage canals and is lifted over tho lovocs into the river aud into Lake totiicltartrain by pened to He Selected When it is remembered that the city of New Orleans is built upon land whoso avoragc level is some twolvo foot bolow the surface of tho Missis Â¬ sippi rivor and that the qntiro municipality is protected from tho encroach- Â¬ ment of the watOpby continuous lovecs surrounding tho city if becomes cvl Â¬ Â¬ io Â¬ and has devised many new regulation to restrict their influence Porhaps ha feels as ono of his ministers did some years ago when he replied to a protest against the closing of the Christian school that tho Christians wero al- Â¬ ready far ahead of tlio Mohammedans and must wait until tho Turks caught up with them lUit as far as Moham mpdah schools aro concerned we live In n now era Tho sultan believes in education as a mighty power for th uplifting of his people Ho has not only filledConstantlnoplo with schools of every kind known in European cap itals but hoias established a roguloy cystom of schools throughout the om plre and nil real estate Is taxed to support them This work was under takon immediately after tho Inst wart and apparently the sultan was led t realize tho importance of It from what ho had learned of the influences of edIlut ucation upon tho Bulgarians whatever may havo flrbt turned his at tentlon to this subject his Interest in it has steadily Increased and the work has been pushed on with unflagging zeal Ho was undaunted by tho faot that ho had neither teachers nor txt boohs Buildings wero erected stu Â¬ dents were collected teachers wero appointed and tho sehools opened Probably such sohoolshave aejer beo Been boforo but in th9 rhjfn ot nni vernal ignorance thoro was no on ridicule them It was a tteghfaiBir und great progress had hpn mad since in supplying toxt books ad proving the teachers Most of tit j schools are still of u vary iuferio tier but their Influence a ulresdy fdll Â¬ Ho has done more for the education of his people than all the sultans who havo gone before him It Is true that ho docs not favor Christian schools c rt V 4 1 V iv aver8jSt tJt m - - i tii n I 7 i tris f VA Of 1 IS ftfc o Ht Cl f 7C r r ti -- k - Jwi IHnBHHHiliiiilifl - nt yff tf -- is 4k n V 4VM V s4 yv BMium i MwwrnwjMiu vi Vt juww A i mi 11111111 iffmmmanHmmmmmmmmmmmirMmmmmmMmmimmm- m- itJ i rfywfriA W xmE MEm AliD t mOHbheftd to know is how our cap- Â¬ tors wilK treat uh as prisoners of ft 1 AWWTVVVWVTin jirafcM vji W v Jm y ea xi a ij w c nM H l m IKEKCEH COOPER v filter war tiurfpg And well tho next four yours lot ilgo nt that 7 A avj gygiZJKSCv 12 --- vr--ir-ynr -- - - Vf Our special messe gerlf rom i cj1o W i1 i 0 V graphic communications reports that at 2 ocloekyWedhesday tho pfBiPffi THURSDAY -- fHJHPjB9HBf KY i ft rai r An mxyvte Avb K Y Anril 0 l55 lu the lucnls simple convenient of the Elcetropohe ccouowlcnl nnd effective as it Is Iihk con stantly grown with niv Incrcnsiug obscrva W II Db1uy Hon and expirleuce Editor Peoples Cy A M IX V LL D clopcdiu i 4 O i II y Ci yUu 1 fl ill rtffl W HAZEL CREEN vyr k 1 S I Kjs XX is believed is very doubtful Bradley and Hardin both claim AKNOUNCKSIIT 3 to bavowon by about a thousand Vc are authorized to announce CHASIV UYJID of Camp ton wi a candidate for tho votes each and tho best informa Â¬ office of Circuit Court ClcrkV for Wolfe es county Hubjcct to thcactipnof the Ucriio tion to 0 had says that jt will Often ft eratlc party probably require an official count j y V book WVK us Cases Write tills fr about al tofdecido the race Gon Hardin is that p vJ Stf rv in good spirits and says ho has a 4Pronounced the KlcetropoUe v QMi1cd free A small majori ty Green Kel Ian for Incurable railroad commissioner is defeated Judge by hreo to ivo thousand UK MVUtfivfflReWiiffi Swnngoit is thought leads tho put M trial at rcnsonni- - mt Democratic ticket by a few lengths owing to an increased voto in the No v7i805 il ticket elected by iiw to ton tlioiiB andf miijprity witli exception of JIardin for governor which race 1C0 Fifth My confidence Â¬ f 3 SI THE LEADBWG irif OF n w IS 18 6MOW9 - SICKMRE liilllU flUlliJU N Ui i 2 KENTUCKY I I s mountains Hon U W i PC Im is 5 rjj O JP IP k Dear Fred Its no use to send fyou a paper State ticket ts Re Â¬ publican by 12000 to 15000 Leflislature is Republican by small majority Republicans are very jubilant f 7 Torrent N Day Hazel Green Ky y aov it iau Lykins received a 513 FOURTH AVE majority of 200 in Morgan and Louisville Ky sJ Please mention this paper when writ- 120 in Wolfe making a total of Inc 320 in the district Hardin car- Â¬ ried tho district by 475 Win Lexington andjastern Railway Burch Independent received about 1895 a hundred votes in oach county Time Table ia Effect April Mtli PIIAH RCOTT his support coming from Clifty t t TT rvr5iTiN C J JUj Largest Stock Lowest Prices N I iii i 1 Ei i Ezol and Salem V P lien Manager Oen Pass Agent I Best Goods I When in Lexington do not tail to give us a call 1 i Frank Horton is elected by Monofee gave Tabor a small 109 ma- Â¬ WEST BOUND STATIONS i jority but Montgomery voted straight for Horton No 1 Daily 0 10 30 am 02 am 20 9 12 am 11 10 No 5 Daily ex ill Sunday f overtheir first victory Very truly jm wwr jxwx h rs2k n srainctoiB ai ntim All in all this stat has lost a Biraclley for governor is UroJbably elected by 3000 major- - big vote duo to the JitylAiA perhaps tho entire Repub- - whq dont like Hardins views on toh Clay City Stanton Filson Dundee CRAS ANDRE Natural Dridge i7 02 Torrent their state senator Ileattyville Junction70 71 Powell and Efetill follow their Three Forks Citv bosfe information now s2 Athol off example and have gone tho way Klkatuwu seems to bo an 9 Jackson llio Kentucky Demo- - of Wards ducks Lexington Bailey is elected by 200 or there- Â¬ Avon abouts Magoliin gave him 402 Winchester majority and tho Democratic vote Pairlie Fields Indian in Breathitt was light Bath and Rowan lose their rq lesentation to tho rails as well as 27 am 27 J33 9 10 am 10 8 51 am 14 8 42 am 27 am 12 nni 5 j 3 3r pm 3 1 pm pm 2 1 10 jim 12 11 411 If s N pm am 40 pm 10 4 am 10 17 Louis Main Bus Strauss Opposite Phoenix Hotel s 7 7 4 uiu am io S f 7 U 7 33 am 7 2 I am 7 1 J am 3 am it nm am Vi am 40 am Mi am am J am oo am 7 St s S klfcy Lexington Kv V Aarate EAST HOUND STATIONS to SjVSATyZ2iAC ptct- S llT i i I stay-at-hom- es No 2 Daily 2 30 2 5 3 15 3 29 3 40 4 05 4 4 4 t Ol 5 04 Vj J Jtcnn aiafco tidcofc goes in by from SjfXJO to 2000 majority General JApathy seems to have had ontiro anil absohtto control of tho Demo- cratiq hosts and as has been his kk cus torn in times past kept them jT on home guard service last Tues- v -- tho moner question Lexington Avon Campbell loses Ohio by 20000 which is a big Republican loss of 40000 of last year New York Oj 11 pm pm pin1 iSftffl Viwv-v-vTv---w-s-w-v- AAAtLAAAAAUk AAAAAJLAUUAA AAA AajULAAAA AAAlAJlAJlAAA kAAAAAVVAAA AAA AAA A6W - mmM V7 5CJPrxr3 SO5Ce3fiC ui b 1 that went 150000 last A fi rt If JMII yoar is now considered doubtful pm dky 5 20 pin have always considered both sides confidant 5 30 pm thoolcl jade n- feather bed and but fi 58 jim thoI The Now Democratic Chairman Elkutiiwu 0 22 jm termil ksoldier and The Hbratd 0 30 jim Pursuant to a rule 6f the state Jackson JiasaljvtolJdQn opposed to nrr central committee the Democratic Nos 2 3 und 4 arrive ana Jejnirt from C as aWorifmanding o0icer He tfev county committee elect was called 6 dept Lexington 8 and 0 from Freight by Chairman H F Pie depot at Nethcrlnud ordid have uny discipline in his together Nos 3 only No 3 commandias a drill jniaster ho has ratt for tho purposo of electing a going westnnd 4 run Sundays4M p m nid leaves Torrent at for alwaysbeeii a lamentable failure county chairman and secretaryThe No 4 going east leaves Toi rent tlOtlOam the next torm of four years jwnd desertions from Ins camp have meeting was held accordingly and been fartopfroquonji for tho good on motion of Dr W II Tutt 0 tmSQ J1ERCHANTS ONLY Â¬ of the7 sorvicev In ome of tho 0 Honks of Oamptonwas unaniNUNLEY Mt Sterling Ky conflicts antho doar old aomnion mously elected chairman and Dr JlKlllKSENTlNO J 11 Carroll of J eo City was like Â¬ ivealth on fdrinoroccasiopsJiQ lin Â¬ wise chosen secretary HARBISOHGATHRIGT gered ardumt ilhp camp fires so The mootiiig then adjournpd LOUISVILLE KY Mai ufacturers of KENTUCKY SPRING and au oTiinit saddles long thaCjtloItpnulican enemy sino dief H F Pjeratt Iluggy nreakuud all kinds of Hnracss Chairman J H VAtfGO came near routing7 our forces and V Secretary UnidH Staple Collar J Tlio capturing hirm n lusTondezvous I The Sttw o varjtlihifrn liorso Mcnrs I Greatest Tiling Out V Ah well nil boysjnthptrenchds11 while the OfiillCi lay on thoirarmsawaitingliobu- - Hn YIll W03T I am tfcltlng ready to start after spring order Will reach you in plenty of time kiu uuix HUHinioningviuom io tuo However if you have any special time to buy write me nt Mt Sterling My trade is we An oNia-fray Tun Hiskald then jmspQcted Wg I want it bigger Buy from mo and that ho was smitten witli IMis fi AV It NUNLEY THMLON BRAND well both bo happy Respectfully lethargy and incollusionVwitli his - Winchester Fairlie Indian Fields Clay City Stanton Filsou Dundee Natural Bridge i Torrent Beattyville Junction Three Forks City pm pm pm 14 pni 28 pin 45 pm Mmiumuimaimmmiumuimuintte THE BEST- CANE MILL OR EVAPORATOR -- BUY THE- - WK - V xe1 tot3 wsrist 9 vVOj Mr BEST WACON r Bwr IS brother-in-la- w WI IM1 Old Mugwiffni MANUACTUUED J1Y V and on those occasions domandod rsf vs jur4KENTUCKYJEANS CLOTHING that ho bo roliovcd of hiav com1- iiuitd before ho had a chanckto p feuiaVjwtB Ky - jv CO Constipation- - ft rvj ift i d t U vXv f b uf s ft rt play traitor and surrender hisno- - giprEvorypair warranted j j 1 T 11 uio voioran womocranc nosis mio tho hands of tho enemy Ourad- vico wont unhooded and the rosult ti frshows that on Tuosdoy ho was S ltAZELlOltEE KV irftheouly firm in the town which haa asleep in tho arms of hiH swoot dies the fustly celebrated l hoart Miss Lothargy who robbed s him of hie strength while roading lroia the wholesale house of o a eopy of tho Louisvillo Post Tints ho was betrayed and slaught- Â¬ O ered in Old Mugwumps camp and PORTSMOUTH OHIO while not the culprit Dick Knott jjcirWhen tou want the BE8T lootwesr no4ly U amonable to tho murder as ac Â¬ give him si cull B MAUPIN cessory boforo tfre fact and guilty WITH eyes of the law JJut why in tho Oo projpqg this tale of woo Wo EKED PEBBLES GOODS luiiyt mot tho onomy mid w aie WHOLESALE DRY NOTIONS c Ac thrtlrn horse foot spdrsopn I Biliousness Sick headache Palrzs m the back Cause a Sallovv complexion Loss of appetite and Exhaustion There is only one cure vblcli la fVw m mL kv 1 MwH f- Hose Boots andSKoe1 HI mt Mm 9k 1 ric iwra P Tracy OoQ arm mmm m B mw ml rZ PHI - t AND 3 QSiXi On Pink touchcstlie liver nnd H removcsrlhe bile i c Ottt Twric Ptet niKliUyacUass geutle laxative in keplug tuccbowels open restores the digcotive or2BnRtcne8f up the nervous system audvmakefncWr rich blood Complete treanient twa sacdidncs one price 35c Treatite and oanplc ftte ofany oto SKOWV KtfO 00M Kew IHREED J OME JL3EieP V t 2- - X- - a Jv MT STEREINGV KY- c - A - My v WjH s QQQ strong Wht yf now PORTSMOUTH OHIO 7rk 9iumiuwiumuiWiumiuwuima Jr ry r VL rf1 If iW M JL lCVtn v J f v t v M f lW I Mftv Jl W V uv Vf ft ws- i t THE Bfujutekfflllviw ttpfrdui i dobililatod kcriiiW Tinpure w toWUKli fcHKEET KY nnu in tins condition it is wpec v i3JlkUlftrMpnlar2ocoiitsi Monls to oritur nt all houra Breakfast from 5 to J a m Diunor from to vote iidly liitblo to attacks of disease llooda 10 n in to B p in Suppo from 5 id p m JTMr nlld Mrs S S Cotnb3 woro in our Snrgnparllla is the remedy for tliis con Â¬ T mUlst Inst Suncluy dition and also for that weakness which Judge McKcnzioa county leads in prevails nt the change of season climate it 1 Ours ought to or life god rortdb J M Hrvens is assisting llollin Knh Hoods Pills act easily yet promptly 3 Brutus McOuIro attended tlio bedsldo in cMinploling his law olhe and when oi IiIb brother Flotchor McQulrc last and efficiently on the bowols and liver W f the structure is ready for occupancy will 25 cents tfedk use a part of it for bis jewelry shop The mail boy from West Liberty yes II Swango attended the exumina 0 Loo City in the only precinct in our VT j ion at Campion lnt Friday and Sat- terday brought the news that Henry county that wont Republican Shame lerry shot drain Caakev through the urday on her hand and perforated his clothinc once or Henry Tieratt is sulTcring with rheu 9 tvice nt hllt Shorthand and Typewriting Tucadny He did piatism Ho will go to Hot Spring lVinniiig Monday December 30 our not give any paiticttliira aa to the origin Shortly St iiogrniIiy nnd Typewriting cIiikrcb will oi the clilliculty but m one of the NOW HAVE ON SALE AN IMMENSE Hmrpcof K K AihImoii who In ftilly Mrs Will Jones nee Itonnie Ivanli tjCH - Up y PI1 of wirrvlng them on to micccw vfiturned to her home nt Fincatlc last iirt rnn l U IVnouratiP per gttlt Childrens doctrine U S 140 MIjoi omuiuiion frn Mm Clilldrcns suits 1 oCO per suitworth 2 CO Celluloid collars threq iittcst stylus worth suits worth J fa fJ rtturaaj more than probable lliat politis hul II uUk uik-HU Unrin- - tlu summer vncntion Hoys 6 00 iloyA and YOUtliH 5tiSpendersrWortli suits 2 50 per suit worth is visiting something to do with the difficulty Mr Atkiiiwn uil agront deal of prnctienl Yoiitirs suits S3 ro- per suit worth J M IMeratt of Mrs 0 00 10c the wcrld over pof iiiuri r Mens suits on fiOper stilt worth 0 60 Silk face youths suspenders worth rk in hM liu nml wU1 M or mother Mrn Caroline Swiigi of iiv n 5m w Mens kuIn T 00 per S 60 10 in lii rn sfv In t for tinoir for Mens Milts 0 00 per suit worth suit worth her new fa i and whiter stock of b it 10 00 Mens tarmcra and silk ilitee iusjioiyl tuisplce iiw in mths will lv icrv mifomtlth vx Sec our odd coats vests and limits at ers full length worth SCVori 10 trimmed and jntrimmed nail- - St The infant child of Iilly Wil on of lonnl less than half price Here in tvpi writing Extra lino mens suspender wiirth or- - eluaking- - dres COe per pnlr 25 jjo mN notion etc an rttnity to bnni tlnne thing at a Calicoes the very uet standard goods the Huchanan fork of Stillwater died on ui pick of the house embracing Work shifts worth 85c for Id ete to wliii h lu invite- the arientiuu do not neglect it Monday night simpsonsmid other choice makes Kxtrfc heavy work shirts worth JjQo S5 of the ladiis of tin- scetiun i5 all new per yard Hvvi iiiKKS Aiwiikmy A hniidsoino white dress thirtj Worth She also Lndsav Ware left yesterday on a buKiiooil shirting plaids per yard Vm II drd Principal fl 85c for 50 e a full line of fntiey anl staple gro i Kxtra heavy shirting plnfds good as aooiyies oi coioruu jaunariou snirtSi i j ness trip to Cincinnati and will be ab- ceries which will be sold for calx or1 Alabamas per yard Q4 collars and fitiifs attauhctlj wbrth - ion Iuvk jHeavy four quarter AAA farmers ami ecvTo Whom his May Concern double the money i 50 mwl nt tlio coiintrv nriirimo mechanics brown cotton per yard It gives me idensure to snv tlmt I nm iter- 6 Ladles fall weight rihhetj vests worth 2 J B Ihonipson viwtcd iu wife and my prKCH i An immense odd lot of hats shoes 60o for 25 Aki etc etc at ridicuouslv low prices Mens heavy undershirts worth C00 family at this plac 3 from Sunday night upright 25 mill iiinr ever ioiuiii iiiiii iu be fi rn not all Itctllrilii in from tliH and n i and intcllicnt ueiitlemun Heavy Canton llannel dmwers worth jie at- - Ladies 37 Inch wool knit skirts worth until Tuesday morning Kt cents for Morgan county but euotiirh i known t 40c r tcmled the llnel ireen Academy bcvornl o IMOnlllH Toweling per yard five IIIOIlth ol which tilllC llU WII8 Full 10 4 blankets worth 125 per j oi Vrniil-- Pti1irn place the maioritv of J Vl Tvkmu u 1 lie infant ciiihi pair for An extra largo and heavy bleached Hiiorthand class under my charge He iued his time well ruaHtering the prln- - lied comforts worth 75 ccnt6 for y and wife of the Chambers fork of Still- Democrat over W 1 Seitz Republican til Vl UVI iommih All silk black lace handsome style orumu M at itlfiit KIU maioritv vernni connuer- Kxtrn sirii bed comforts worth 1 25 has typhoid fever Mr lJurch the water for worm uc per yarn ior cial eorreioiideuce etc Ills qililllhuu ttmis i I opuliMt 2s T spol cotton candidate did not run a little are varied item naturally bright and in Clarks Feather stitch and scam braid worth le per Raleigh Thompson of Mngnflin county spool or I spools for 15o or 27 lOo per bunch for if he made exceptional progreb in bit Hut for the Imltinc of several lfiouH ni n 1 00 spools for Satin black velvet ribbon worth 50c Jwas visiting his fathers family at thin the above meiitioiied Milijeets and will rcn Democrats Mr Iykins majority should j drr valuable nerviee to any eommiinity or 2 different styl s of ladies misses per uoii JOTt kjitRv place over night Monday Five papers of needles comhined childrens and mens hose in fast trk In addition in desiring first clni s have been at least 70d black tan or colors worth 10c with darners all for 5c worth fvv rSo is a Christian gentleman courte- ti lhi ilie Dr Taulbee reports the birth of a girl per pair for papers jurgusi izo iuii counls aeiie and esteemed by all who Sore Throat Any ordinary case mav Mark of the baby to the wife of Porter brass tilns 5c worth know him I do not heith to recomim ntl See the hosierv we are selling for ah vj 10 he curel in one night by applying him ladies children and men nt 10c Coinbjnntion box of pcrfuinoaud Lily the Hcrviccs of a nil who mnv Cox mill neighborhood on Tuesday It White all for Mcnoirrapher a bein amply nualinej per pair worth 15 to 25 elsewhere f Cliamberbiins Pain Halm as directed 4 All kinds of dress buttons 2 dozen On llespeak- - Ladies fast black gloves per pair to lill auv losnion he mav neek p Dr Nickcll reports the birth of a ten with each bottle hie medicine is also i Mens leather work gloves worth COe a card per card 0 jlfi curts per pnlr fur pound baby to the wife of Arkw Uarker fam f rhpunmtinni Verv respectfully MATT IK I H VIM KSA1Iof Lacy creek on Itiesday night la t lame back and deep catcd anil mucuiar M lo c A ii Wamim A woman to cook wash Frank Huzelrigg of We t libcrtv pains Tor ar by Apply at and iron for a small family T olin came over Saturday aftr bir lit cointy attorney A il tin- - oli p Light service and best wages F- COKSISTIXi -who lias been sick here fur some time iowed lum ilf a political de Mampcr on the nek Dick Wilson of Caney is i j i i la t calilo return d batiir if a G W T and Mort Swang II stuuix week Morgan county w itli 3 from Mt Sterling Saturday where tbty J jj K WallltSj IMI llrnM n uwwuwWim winiiiii urn iiri rnt biii iiirini mi i Itii1 lllllt ll Mill iz had been attending the Thoiup- - u ile Sll 11 ii IV4 4III4I spat him ut Her wishiig h- shadW J Lampton tin brilliant ncwpa- - ow may never grow leIn fact everything belonging to a General Store which we Will offer ttfc ho jMJ y vA m per corresponucni w hi pitase an i ui r i v above unheard of prices for the CASH and MEUCIIANTAIILE lIt01UClJ six Ml who lias been uurs Siin liicc nf h thanks for a copy oi the New i ork Mm ing Fletcher Mcluiie during hi illness The Bargains We will Offer You Will be Tremendous f f Allison Koso of Lee City pacd for somt time past was taken ick cd p Be Sure and See the Stock ve are Offering through here Wednesday enroute to nes lav and had to be sent home Dr I i l n wassy io ueit lua miner T0llg tlilk he is threatened with u we MtAN uusiNhSS and the stocK must De M 1 KoHC- 1 spell of fever Why sufil r with that headache when Bill Price aim Aliim UUi uriling fnMoli you can socure a box of Megrinime at phnnan contv Mo under date of n W where in the State of Kentucky This stock will be on exhibition nt Floyd Jayfel this office for f0 cents and get immediate Qct 3 wyg zsmejmj y tlse fhul - iJ 4rV oiu Cl4Bkl1 Tlllnill urccn ir iiJL P Aflll Acmfmx 11 IkH t Kl uc n flI aiuini xiiizvj Toii ny Dn sure anu can tvAnkafk purcunsiug ciscwiicrc ueiorc iilll Ieef for which please send Thk Hkuakd to For Sale MO my adilrc s for one year and oblige Seo advertisement Acres of Fine Land and call upon AU Uge SwftIgo thought one lie was yi m 1ison Rose of Lee City for further par v -a ygy lefentejt nnj We are reliably informed s- smmJSmJiZsCmmmaSZmjZf Sir aoorgo W Txdey tlculars Benjamin Missouri int je Wroto to Jim and Mort to clean West up the old briar field as he would prob- Owing to the sickness of Brother Brother Tvlnr filled bis nnnointmeut at ably do some farming next year the Jlothodist cliurcb Saturday and Mrs Hilda Day ins rented the small Sunday NOUMAL AND storeroom of John M Hose which is J We bad an ideal election Tuesday at now being painted and repaired and as v TMl Hazel Green No drinking no fighting t oon as completed will be occupied with Cured of Rheumatism by Sarsaparilla or even loud talking A good sign of a her millinery stock good people C I Hood St Co Lowell Mass We will take good sound corn on all I1 Session of I895 96 Begins First Monday la Soptember I was taken downwltli rliomnntlstn over a v Impuro blood is the cause of boils subscriptions due this oflice where par year ago I was sick for over six months Irtl have not the money and allow 3SJ Ottcn I would have such rains that 1 could pimples nnd othor eruptions Hoods tics and hardly enduro them A friend camo to ino took Sarsaparilln purifies the blood and cures cents per bushel Tho corn to be deliv- ndTlscdmototryllocds Harsapnrllla I slnco Exponooo tho Lowest Coukses hltn at his wonl and uota bottlo ot It and ered at this office these troubles Dlsclollno tho Flrmoot haro takcu eight bottles ot It InatructlonJj Thorough Cured Mo this Quicksail mill nt It Has The Swango Uoyd Cole of West Liberty camo s fill doctors could do mo no good whatover Tuesday afternoon to get the elec place has just purchased a 00 inch circu- When tbo being benefited so much from this j ever Alter tion returns from this county rnd left lar saw and a new smoke stack They medicine I describe Hoods Barsaitarllla as a This school hfls been before the public fort0ii yeara and it fl 1 also advise every ono tor homo nt 930 that night say thoy aro now ready to do good grind wonderful medicine rheumatism not to bo with- who is uoublcd with Htanda second to no other schowl in jsautfern Jventttcky t rauy pur n ing nnd sawing Kegister G B Swnngo camo up from t iu- KnlnrcomcntH bavo been made in many woystd meet tbo u County court convened last Monday j t v i and after voting j Frankfort on Saturday ir j creasing uemwiuft pi cacnyear t I much energy and No business of any importance was done outnoods BarsanarlHo mo am a iarmer ant i tbo Homocrntio ticket Tuesday morning K n poiMi ior iiiiiioKiioi i iuiiciwurK i iW thomcdlclno lias Riven Tho legislative candidates nnd Jim BtrenRth to perform my work aEono V left for tho pent of government fl VVrhl H CORD Principal ii Swango Bpnke to a good crowd in the TUMsv IlenJamlnlUsoMrl Ifiixe Mrs Erastus Buchanan nnd Mrs Geo roonf Keuttiolcy and perfect r0 band wy Hoods Pillsuppoarancc made a box afternoon 25c W Sally of tbo Buchanan fork of Still- fill -- la proportion and Mrs J T Day and littlo daughter jvftlor arc both confined to their homes Daisy and Mrs Rollin Kash who have vritli typhoid fovor nnd qnito ill L IT Ei jjtj i 7 been visiting Mrs Kobt McLm of WinCombg of Stillwater is v Thrasher chester for several weeks returned last JWrV 3r building a tramway from tho head of nt TEwm w TJv 800 Acres Fine Mountain land Sunday Jracefork to Stillwater bridge about Kcv J T Picrntt and wife after tho tbrco mllctfin length to haul Jogs V I have about S00 Horcof good mountain former voted tho Democratic ticket Days Tuesday morning went to Leo county land lying on the headwater of Jtcd jKlVcrj Hrs Xiibby Hlggins colored of boro bus tho thanks of tbo editor nnd to visit their daughter Mrs Grant and adjacent to Lee City In Wolfiuoiiii ty Kyj 00 acres of which IK ylrgJnorvM bis bottcr I for a half gallon of pickled Thomas 9 M imtfmmmmmmmM offiiiM limber thall deiiiriujieljuut upn rousting ear com or mixed pickle 0 Hon W 0 Mizo and wifo and son reasonable terms There a ii good boiine S Safest Besit and MOST Agency Williorioratt hasrcigncd bis position Carl loftTueBday for a protracted visit nndll necciiuryoutbulldlngs on theplacc Hates lleaaonablo w in jimsiern ivcjiiuckv viw vitb H JT Pidrntt nnd accepted a place In Central Kentucky Tbeyjmay also For further Jnformittiou ealLonor uildrcss In the etoro of J T Day lie will enter go to Illinois nnd to tho Atlanta expo- jaLKJKfKijtJ jnoal Lee City r upon bi iicvY duties on ifondajr noxtt Bitlon ALLISON Tho infant cbijd of Alex Nickcirahd Jobb Evana returned Monday evening Address A HOFFMAN Mt Sterling Ky evening 9 from LoulBviJlt where ho sccurcda po- Â¬ wife of Daysboro died Saturday MCUjJ MWMMWWmlBl H M DgpHtWI HWHMMIg IMMIWIIII burled Hr Trlti W ry H tf thpjstoye lasl of whoqping coiigh and was rtion Menofeo BifilLin uyu Ja wr WW- - J TWWT1WHfJBl HWiv That Tirod Fooling CLOBSaa 0 - KITOWEM LEXINGTON F- - - -- lpJa I A f - vOysters Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken a Specialty CUT PRICE AND RACKET ATAnr 5IUKtfl Â¬ Iap M m i j t- I lel ibnr iriltrif I - pt1st - i nrrly u - Ml forj - - I 1 Ii - I - lv namlRiJuiyi1inw 1 ovj - J 1111 i - fortrtwurtiM 1 - - j 1 - - ol nl iu fr isi i- - -- - -- r I STOCK GEN r ALM i I i I Dry h imm l li i - Â¬ - 1 rtl fTtF l 12 oods Notions m HatsCaps01oGliiBg Furnishing Goods Glueensware i Boots Shoes Paper and Qarpets m hJk I Mi ri oi- - mw soidite 1 1 ms mmysmiAs 1 m mm I Slore srSS m i KMW m r Cfvr aivAAwr f Oood Advice HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY Quickly FoSSowed i SCHOOL Hoods -- Â¬ Sustained Full In All Departments Â¬ i I sfiit ores i ij -- m Mt n i m m E -- - - In Â¬ wmm i ms Iyili Ll fi- - - fire lifb accident iJgfcrThe RELIABLE Aik vtft ro u l ROSE iLOSSES PAID I wjjav tjnviwwvvv 275OOQ00 i M -- I ris traveling palesmnnor tT-- WFJKK FOhK TRCATCB MMMCWWI and tin bbtiHo ofiBfnAtonTerafcgge on Sunday f I I Ir jiMrti fra Cnleb Kash ofthc CkV mill Bon Qulckaall Bflid Tuesday morning typhoid tbat he knew tbo Democratic ticket neighborhood is quite ill of Mrs Lizzie mother ould win that dnj because bo found fever tw also Kash Ids mro in the hay loft that morning 1NBK ICSIm TJfHra MAIL V ron D izD ULJt21f tvtttmuLS call TRIKBLE BEOTHEBS ll H II W - k OWKWVK ABii5WntllMArt MJI BIMAIM i Ip -- n i - MT BTEELIHa KY j i if V- 4f fo iv m y 1 r a Il Il it lt n Tikrir i i Ji it- - fc jw ftifr vF Tnsi v n 4 W Y iC - u HI V W iJ fc d tj rar l THE HERALD - THE WITCH WIFES CHARMS As loamo down tho budding lano Tho birds a slnglng tree Thore camo alontr an old wltoh wlfo And Mhrlllr cnllod to mo ICY SrENCER COOlEH tMbllsher i IlAZteli GUBEN A j i JCn H4IU- FTt ln - M v A c T t- if 4 I contain many curiouH historian situ n old lawyer to a Joatroportcr the thnr- - day but to me the most ro vtmkMteafAii Iwevor heard- of was trftjlfn Kings Vouiity Now York a dozen years ago Both parties wore prominent in society and for Homo titno tho matter was kept a secret Mrs Martin was a young Avlfc and mother of one ohildwhon in 1802 her husband onlistcd in the union army She heard from him1 at intervals ior more than a year and then followed n long period of silence Next she re- Â¬ ceived intelligence of hitf death Mrs Martin donned widows weeds and wlillo mourning her husbands death her child died She then took up her residence with friends until 1873 when she received tho attentions of a MiT Ilydcavvcll known business man and a widower4 with seven childron The courtship extended ovor a period oftclavcn Months during which timo Mr Jlyde was fully Informed of Mrs lartlhfdnncr marriage and cloven yonrs after Martins imported death Nothing hap they were married pnecdti disturb their happiness until VlJoliuton years later when Mr Hydo informed her that Martin was living in rtWsuburbs of Brooklyn with a wife and childrcn Investigation proved that tho man did live in Brooklyn as stated and also that he had loft the city irt 1802 and ontorqd tho army The caso carao up before tho rof verce and there Martin swore that he nad never scon Mrs Hyde that ho was a single man when he entered tho army that htj married on his return for the firsttlmc and had since been a resi Â¬ dent of Brooklyn and made no conceal- Â¬ ment of his marriage When Mrs sHydq was sworn she called on God in the most solemn manner to witness that sho had novor scon Mr Martin and when tho two wore confronted with each other neither was in tho slightest manner disconcerted and re Â¬ peated their denials of ovr having mot b5foYet j lorraor friends and acquaintances q both swore however that they had been maVrlcd and wero positive of their identity After a careful investi Â¬ gation and long consideration the rof tcrccjlccutcd the preponderance of tes- tHfnony to bo against the defendant and passed au order which was ap proved by tho Brooklyn city court an- Â¬ nulling tho jnurriagc Mrs Hydo had am children by her second marriage lriends volunteered assistance to en able her to carry her case to the supe- Â¬ rior court but she concluded to abide Wash Â¬ by the decision of tho referee ington Post -- Ofclmr Uefore f H The annals of the divorce courts QUEER DIVORCE CASE d fito Swear trhnr NoTer Saw adb Oh buy n charm young mnid ho said Oh buy a charm of mo l o chain thy swoothourt Iq thy nldo V Though ho la on tho fca T A It falso nl heart he bo 7 o nnl fill nut l VJ 14 II -- XAUIIII UUIIIUf IIT lf i Ills fucq afar from mol vJ Oh buy nclmrmjyoungimaldr sbo said f Id rather Jiavp n chnrmtto kcoiJFI 1 11 i X Â¬ r - v 7Ll HEADWEAR for the mrimreirriitf lnulc r bummor iSU particulaxfrom thostrongly very one hud to -una Trltmniiisa JlutdliYqrs Ijijfo in i Vhurcas the1 hummer hat r - m tt t lose all cluiin o di tlnetion aiitumn hoadgca lias to be incrcly clilc Broad brims crowns oj msiny indentations and the like aro tabooed and the trim little bhapes which are most capable of dovcloping into tna cchioL beneath a skillful mil Â¬ liners touches haVQ taken thoir plcnresquq bo te and wihgskaro tho trimmings most favorcd for fall wear Thoy aro sot npon the hat with u tort of mathci anutloal precisionwhichjs very charm Â¬ ing when the hat adoinsia fresh young face but which is trying in the ex Ircnjoto worn ones Tho Uoworgardon oiTects of the sum Â¬ mer are happily to dlsappeur dhpse if nil hats which boast any flowers at all jvUl have them all of one variety The JAVurincr colored blossoms will be pop Ailurvhuch as nasturtiums and geranl- ijnjb Whoncyer thoy are ubed thoy arc bet in tho midst of feaves so that their brilliancy is toned down Homo tknno of tho fall hats have bet among their ribbon bows bunchus of bright colored berries which appear at this beubon of tho year A spray of bar berrSos a cluster of crimson partridge berries a bunch of tho rod heed pods which come upon wild robo bushch in the fall or a fow biti of bittcr awcol bcrrjes aro regarded as approprtiato ns pbiiiet Bows of stiff ribbon osproys qnills what A e wollas pretty adornments A hat suitable for oarly full wear is n comblnuj tpn of brown and white Jtbehape itafiomewhatvldc brlinmcd low cunyncd alplno and the material bi gwii felt The trimming consists of t A feinVrednHt Tho rim brown filk cord lVbovy of brown ribbon placed ox netfy in tho center of tho front with tv nhito wings and a white osproy a ib edged with jr c T f U t feuthcr undftfrvalsh ntoitv nicuoof laii nemigcar Jirown ihflVoJ16wauilibjJpwruund rodijte by UJimfclQMB AOirpvn hut tinfltitrftun ringing frm pttloliimoa iiOlor tfirouffh glowiug rolls and into rH brown is a triumph of c mllii TOp in Apv walking at brown trimmed with brown ribbon rQund Qornoro balls- bfbrplIlV ror j3pry blttHcli lytttU I h U rf V tako the money they bring if we owe him money and cant pay it And we owe somebody money I thought Dr James was paid M IavIU not do it damol I laughed So lie was But thero is somo ono Tho charm Cpuld noVor be elso to whom I owe money a man I Could mako orbroakthoohalnthat binds borrowed from when your mother was My frlonds strong heart to mot -- Margaret Oilman Ooorgo In Youths Com- Â¬ sick I owo him ono hundred dollars panion Ho has what they call my note I havent been able to pay him and now ho says ho must have It Ho is ontitled BENS BUD to It right off and will gut as much of it as possible by selling what we have Why dont you raiso chickens for Ho was hero to see mo about it tho tho markot suggested lliram Bassott other day and I tried to get him to tho vilhigo storekeeper to Bon Singor wait But he bays hes tired of wait Â¬ Ben was fourteen jcars old His moth- Â¬ ing and tho sheriifll come nnd soil us er had died a short tlrao before His out father was a carpenter by trade but Ben had a fairly good idea now of had been crippled by rhoumatism bo the situation He tried to comfort his that he could not work Ben who al Â¬ father but it was of little avail Mr ways looked on Mr Bassott as a friend Singer folt his helplessness and the of undoubted fidelity and great re Â¬ disgrace keenly and did not know sources had been telling tin store- Â¬ what would become of them Ben keeper how much ho wished he could worried over what ho had heard all getsomo steady work Mr Singers night long but ho could find no way little btock of money was exhausted out of their difficulty he had already sold some of his tools me iiuvb uu Jiu tuuii iuii uj iu to get tho food ho and his son needed biggest chickens to tho village btore Bon realized that tho day was rapidly He had already arranged with Mr coming when there would bo no way Bassctt to havo them sent to a com of getting more unless ho managed to mibsion merchant at Waynesboro and do something of greater profit than sold After he had delivered the tho odd jobs he picked up now and chickens and Mr Basse tt had promthen from the surrounding farmers ised to get him the money for them as Ill do it said Ben in response to quickly as possible the idea struck tho Mr Bassetts suggestion and turning boy of asking tho storekeeper about a LmllcroMH Kxprcimlon Culled an about trudged home and all tho way sheriffs sale Tho thing puzzled him serving GcrmiMi Author a bit yet and lie indulged a faint hope was planning how ho might begin From over the ocean comes the folA week later tho chicken farm as that if he knew just how it was dom lowing collection of mixed metaphors Bon called it was a fact at least ho ho might be able to hit on a way out collected by a German author He Mr Bassett ho cmid how calls them pearls of thought nad made a start In his spare timo he of it Tinw jind constructed some coops from old does a sheriff seU you out are worth reproduction if only to warn Perhaps the storekeeper had an idea campaign orators and after dinner barrels and a box or two The pay for But if he did he gave speakers to be more careful in letting two days work ho invested in three of the trouble ob- no sign of it and tried to explain to drip the honey of their eloquence dozen eggs and with the money tained by sorting somo vegetables for Ben how sucli a sale was conducted Read carefully And tho people at the sale he con- Â¬ the storekeeper bought two hens which We will cried an inspired demowere just about to set lie and his cluded offer to buy what u offered crat burn all our ships aud with father already had five pullets and and the sheriff sells to tho one who every sail unfurled steer boldly out within a couple of weeks more there makes the highest bid into the ocean of freedom Ben asked several questions before were fivo clutches of eggs under as Even that flight is surpassed by an he loft Ihen he walked slowly home effort of Justice Minister Hye who in many of his hens lie fed liis chickens from tho screen- Â¬ and all the while in his mind he was 1848 in a speech to the Vienna stuings ho got at a small price from sev- Â¬ turning over a dimly defined project dents impressively declared The eral of the farmers Tho hens man- Â¬ which had been sufrcfested to him bv chariot of the revolution is rollinc aged too to pick up a good deal of what he had heard along and gnashing its teeth as it rolls A weok later Bon recoived the money food among tho bushes and in the tiny A Pan Uermanist mayor of a Rhine garden back of tho house Ben worked for his chickens throe dollars and land corporation rose still higher in an hard at the small jobs he was givon eighty cents He was a proud boy and address to the emperor lie said No round about and waited with confi he would havo shown his satisfaction Austria no Prussia one onlj Uermany denco for the timo when ho should be moro if it had not been for the impend such were the words the mouth of able to mako something from his ven- Â¬ ing trouble which made his father so your imperial majesty has always had miserable that ho could not leave his in its eye ture bed Ben bought some fruit for twenty-fHo would have felt much happier if Prof Johannes Scherr in a criticism it hadnt been for his fathers condi- Â¬ ive Mr cents and took it home to him on Lenaus lyrics writes Out of the Singor was feeling so bad that dark regions of philosophical tion f Mr tiijigr did not complain of but problems the rheumatism though it still kept he ato of it onlyhparingly the poet suddenty let3 swarms of songs On n Monday in the curly part of tho him confined- Co his big ehair But dive up cairying far Hashing pearls of very much the next month the sheriff in pursuance thought in their beaks something worried him boy could see that Ho asked what it of formal notice arrived at tho house A Jermnn preacher speaking of a rewas several times but Mr Singers to make a sale to satisfy Mr Singers pentant girl said She knelt in tho only reply was that lie sufforcd ho creditor Quito a crowd had gathered temple of her interior and prayed fer- Â¬ felt downhearted on account of bolng about the cottage and thero was not vently a feat no indla rubber doll so crippled Ho tried to make Ben ono present who did not syrapathizo could imitate think tlmt that was all that distressed with the carpenter and IiIg son Bens The German parliamentary oratory him but tho boy could not beliovo it father was very ill that morning and of tho present day affords many exam Slowly the flock of chickens grow could not leave tho bed Tho sheriff ples of metaphor mixture But one Tire eggs hatched remarkably well mounted a box in tho ynrd and began must suffice Count Frankeuberg is Fifty downy little balls were soon a description of the goods to be sold the author of it A he It was a pitiful array after all A pointed out to his fow years ago tho running in and out of the coops where countrymen a miscellaneous assortment necessity of seizing tho Four few tools their mothers wcro confined Btream of timo moro clutches of eggs wero under of cheap furniture a kitchen stove by tho forelock with some cooking that number of new hens which hoÂ¬ and somo liuun and utensils and china But none of blankets But ono and expressionthese pearls of thought paid for in install hud bought and hurpass the speech of ments of work Tho firbt dnys of sum- Â¬ item In tho lot tho chickens tho tho immortal Joseph Prudhomme on sheriff counted on as hi drawing card being presonted mer saw him with sovcnty flYO young with a sword of honor ciUqkcns some of them able to scratch Half a hundred of fino hens and mar by the company he ketable chickens wero cooped in a near Â¬ national guard of commanded iu tho for themselves It took all ho could by Franco Gentle pen and upon tho vahio of thaso now inake to keep his father and him Â¬ said he this sword is the tho county officer dwelt at length mon self irt food and to provide fpr his farm brightest day of my life Boston when ho but he was always n tho t alert for a Then sufficiently thought ho had tho Globe around ho named a job and wan uf cheerful its ho eould crowd Hen Hutlcrs Wit all liked to starting figure in default of an actual bo bp that thu neighbors Bon old As n lawyer Ben Butler was always Omployyhin when tlfoyieouM Sixty dollars for this choice lot of ready with a witticism oven had told his father of hlsJplant and ex- Â¬ the chickonsand housohold goods ho penso of tho presiding judge atOnco ox plained that as fow of tho farmers ho wns retained as counsel for the plaintiff rnibcd chickens except for their own cried Thero Was no response He repeated in o libel suit against ti certain Boston use ho thmurht there ought to be u chtinceto make something by shipping Uio announcement then dropped tho newspaper and during the cross pies tnemtp wnynosuoro mo uigger iowiu figures to fifty dollars Stilf no one tioning of tho publisher thogenoral five miles uwUy - Mr Singer was not spoke sought to bring out that the paper was Tho sheriff made some further re not a strictly first class sheet To prove altogether confident oftlm success 0f Mich un expdriniont jut ho said notln marks about the articles for sale and this ho begun reading advertisements C Tbpy nnd used to tried ngajn a forty dollars But the pf a somewhat shady character and hig to dlbcotirago sit near thu windows iind watch the crqwd was dumb No one JfcH Inclined asked tho witness If he was acquainted broods ami talk to Ben about thorn tp buy out the crippled cnvpgtttor and wivu vuo person wjiq inserted it To oneh of thestf questlonstho opposing iiuyanu August went uy mm wm hlslftin The shoriff tried ngain and ngivinj counsel would pbjecfc atul of confisot voutur chickens thrlyojyUQnly u few po dropping tlio figures lower and lower bo sustained by the court Still But of them wofe hovuritl before Ben trapped and all f tho time growing more vocif- hum got fWWinOStions his I r 417rlf tho muf aimorj Cpld and rain killed oJI intention torco the idea upon a fcwiuoro But Ihp first of Septem gain which was offored- Ho d not tjm jury Finally3 tho judge turned tV ber cauio and moro than sixty chickens bpeciallyliko tho Jdb for hohtui bcqiij Uio famous lawyer nnd bojd sternly told about tho case byjoiuQ of tho vil- were the boys Tofty lnt hc Tf7ntV pfecisoly 1H nlupnccLto jfiU rty oij ior proper question ust get us what I iu trying to dd your honor to koepthe foripl and ho knew he iv4tho oarly autumu and u the prompt reply rdihuWW till the next suuuScr to Wont yoUr honor ThuflgurpHlnddipnpto ten dol suggest onoBoston Budget innU his fnrm with afresh flu in t gol ft thorofi a biggef JlarsiUbllotjcroIucrtJscdpt for a ei -- Babbit fur when used for scale aud he hoped tp real tee enough defiant crowfro7n onofptfcrW roosters is fronhl sales to keep him tbrouJrlithd ii yio pen Mr Slngerslcrelitor ovl- - first carefully plucked that hatsthe is Ul vwMLJvJji ioUJhjvdJho Spremintatke on tho long baits aro pulled put Formerly winter wjw w p tajnod jjruunu nuu oven wio low price namea this nrocoiw wan done by hand now a machine accomplishes the samo re Tlwn ono dav in September ns ho was not taken up with The shcrltf dropped his offer now fii sult nnd his father t i tbo doorway of M Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Oh buy a charm of mo To brcaK Iho cunjo of toeaipj thlno uu iihkui wotK IH to mC0 will not do It damo I said it roui of hcac they bo Adccpor curso Is laid on thorn Than aught thoy lay on ma Oh buy n charm young maldt sho aald A pdtont charm of nio To bind tho strong heart of thy frlond In lovo nnd loyalty I tho cottage Hon noticed a couple of tears trickle down hlC fathers faco Ho jumped up and threw his arms around his fathers neck Ho was frlnrlftened and ho dltt hoi understand just what was the mattor Xrcsontly Mr Singer unclasped tho boys hands aud looked hhn in tho face Ben ho said uIiui afraid wo aro in for hard times yet Wlmt do you mean Dad asked Ben Tho house is only rented said Mr Singer slowly thoy cant tako that but thoy can tako all our furnituro and ovcrything else Why thoy belong to us exclaimed another man the right tobcll them and Ben So they do Ben but tho law gives but apparently in PERSONAL AND IMPERsq as if Iho sale Would vain It looked Baron von Thoomniul Whn come to nothing jusl rotlrcd from tho post of a t Aivol Six Klnel Blffhlt SotohI minister at Belgrade with tho a rosponso cahie from those field nmrslml Is indebted in mL 1 Four Xot about for Ills diplomatic success Tho sliorlff was maeuino which no Three dolltirsl nrusuhi to smiling lit the ridiculous offer nnd was Princess of Montonoirro tmuiu11 dollars nnd to sow himself just about to name two ono dollar in quick bucccsslon hoping According to a recent Invcstlo 0ft I for no reply when a boyish voice oloso fclin ulr rinlmut tvrmmn l n nnsworod at hand with the amount of their fortunes1 1 bid three dollars Isidcras Cousino 200000000 Heh Tho officer looked down on tho uroou uuuuuuu lluroness UnrV 1 Tho boy hold speaker and saw Ben Coutts 20000000 Mine Burrios I up three one dollar notes in his hand 000000 Mary larrott SlOO0fl000 tXl VWW11I The shoriff smiled More than one Mrs Woloska SIO000000 man in tho crowd felt like cheering tho Mayor Strong of New York j I bidder But tho officer know ho could won tho title of tho marrylntrhiil f not accopt tho offer at onco ir iiiui uiuiui inure i upics iIn W I ft ho anThree dollars I am bid lock during his term of ofllco tWuj Who bids four swered thrco predocossors Messrs Hewitt No ono bpoke Graut and Gilroy did altogether W Thrco dollars and a half then ho ing their terms It is to be hoped that said these strong lenots will hold toit0 111 llin nfl vnW Every one was silent and the sugand a quartor gestion of three dollars It costs somothing to have Three peror for a friend The recont ahem i likewise wont unanswered visit of dollars was tho ono bid offered and Kaiser William to Lord Lonsdale cost I after one expostulation the shoriff it is said JOOO00 This is not 1 took the offer as bad as was the case in which tit t Bon handed the money to the sheriff duke of Buckingham had QucCnYK who congratulated him on his pur- toria as his guest at stowc TJiq cot l chase with an earnestness he had sel- lincss of her reception was sogrcatu dom folt on occubions of thi kind and to bankrupt him thero was not ono of the farmers who Uaniol Scott who died in Chlcajj fc dlfl not come forward and hpcac n kindly word of praise and encourage and best known negroes io thatcitb ment to the boy His parents were slaves on a plana- 1 But Hen was listening to little of all tiou near llarrisburtr Va and heW of this he blipped away to iiis fnther sold away from them at a vcrycarlfl who could only strain the boy to him age He went to Chicago moro lb 1 while the tears streamed down bib twenty years njo is estate is sa face to be valued at S100000 The chicken farm was saved nnd the - An English woman doctor JUVf chicken farm proved a success A venr Hamilton was the shnhudas WJf later when Mr Singer was once more physician during his stay in Encholll3 working steadily and Jus rhpumati n ishc went to Cabul last year to recorir was gone his creditor nis paid in full from fever contracted in India andfo the amount borrowed from him and the hope of finding emplovmontamoDjr the procoe is from llvu chicken farm the women of the Amnorj ntnlt m did not a little to make up the bum re- While thero she was called upontoiui quired Chicago Inter Ocean tond the ameer himself who fortneir so high an opinion of her skill tualler METAPHORS BADLY MIXED ins5sterl on lini- - ninnmnnntlnn JifrEl v wv t 4 on on the journey to England and back Obby dollar nt tlmcA r toL1 Â¬ ii Â¬ 1 3 Â¬ t Â¬ - i 1 1 Â¬ -- i Â¬ Arehilnlte I ul is i us ilnntlt liw tlvi W Â¬ accidental discharge of Ins rifle whCtS hunting adds anothei to tho remark j f able list of violent deaths in thertign 1 lie amtternri mir house of Austria brother Maximilian was shot inllei I1 ico his son Rudolph heir tothtff lilt Archduke Albrechts daughter jvuJit burned to death Archduke Johaaa t Ht ti 4J1a tiiivs uinijeui i u uuu u am nuivutui sure was urowneu ana ia5tiam pretty ircuuuicc vvuiium was inrowu iroa his horso and killed UUIIIIUILICU WC 1 LllIUIlC 1 l SUlMU- - - tlV B- Â¬ A LITTLE NONSENSE f1 Fogg says they are iuite stylish it bis boarding house The servant is not in livery but tho breakfast is six mornings in the week - - Moston Tras script Is Miss snowballagradm James She William ate of Vassnr 1 thought she was IhearJ James her ask if tho muzle of a gunwaslo prevent it going off Texas Slftlagi Doctor how much llesh c3U0a lose in a dav under vour trcatraentn That donends I havo one pauif who lost thirty five pounds yestcrtJajfc drachms Fact -- I cut Ins lcflnll Chicairo Record u liar last night abic did you do Well as he wni thrt sizes bigger than I 1 asked him vt he couldnt say something original- Indiunupolis Journal Taken too Litorally IlcrllfV band How fond you aro of inllhDerjj my dear I wish I wero a hat or Â¬ Mude Another min called fi 5 Â¬ bonnet yar- built his hpuso exactly alike in t I front and on tho back His Jiopo wj ho explained to fool tho chickens inW thinking thoy wore on the front law I when thoy wore really in tlw W d- urn mlKtnlrnn Nnltbs Not I1 bit of It lie is the minister whomu j i ried us Tit Blts said to hat A suburban resident is VOll 1 I could change you for another whei I got tired of you Fun Bilks Come up and hear QurneV mlnistor to daj Nobbs No tnan I heard him onco and I havo always regretted It Bilks Why I athsurtfl His Wifo I w ish yomverc Â¬ but mon what decfi it Learned mon do not always oppr5 ato tho achievomenta ef their folio It Is said that a friend brought Wf3 Puradiso Lpst to a great SeottJ mathomntlcian who romnrltoO fffj ho had finished it Its verrarlrett provoV Ar Youths Companion y 0 naut 5 -E-lsle-Yofl doctoV lobtArvIinjr 1il PJtf - VMVou ho --TltBtfs wont Ad- o- pfljk tvbPontinilllod cieotii Onlv fancyi Blsle u5 thoUnarrJago coromqny Wljon ho lllRfl 81 m ti- - 1 U h nius niiff 1111 uoiK wr r kfaimi uo p6 PH my asaM awfully 1 aiula lovely follow M dear my husband Bjll l T dp --1 w whit ho Jattcr w Ji r jtoBJPft -- httllifeto -- cpuolablo1 flmn t XpiK r Plain h ITrJond to iir- Wi 1 v uv liiishanu 1 m Â¬ stopped and spbkoto pip with sucfl funny greeting- thwgfPwastlie nJPPJr YOUllIT n lOr It fLll- in J nnir YJg jr still oblivions of ovorytliing oxcf w K her loss Yos that was just near uaTld n wns no won humble or homoly or unattraotlj ft uuu but that ho could find s01 j ploaHant to say to her and wouWJr Fina to any ttHousohol iini pi iH 11 J 0 a i fKi-- - toV 1 K n ir KENTUCKY BLUE GRASS t 4 V tqnptrrt to a Wider Uiwiett of Growth rimu otlwr Varlctlc IiUTOHERINQ BEEVES ipratonsis Is CnvHiVO tSodil THrnl All kpolcoii of nkvnntLi wZ i TlroutrlLUto Wlntrr cutting and butchering tflth care in it is prob canvJiavc a supply of the to n ttPlci1 Mariner through tho winter Ono growlh than anyt5 a wider range of beef nil other SStiiffc in raising mid biitchcrlug H Is best adapted to variety of grass loam soils with a low ox ftmvn cnt 8 tlmt 30U 5Sni Venof olayiu thorn honco It Malic Jcliitt and quality of the moat Vara eating and this cannot always when alearcd than on tho pralrlc But raid pfWlittt ls hough t dressed from It will always grow In fairly good form ViTcfago country butcher on light sands on stiff clays and on year old heifer If kept in good tho spongy loab soils of tho prairie I two vig--On sandy soils however filtion 80 as to bo thrifty and it has been makes good beef and the cur known in somo fow instances to suc- Â¬ Trfs nob usually so largo but that cumb In tlmo of extreme drought foWnLo farmers family can tqso It Jiluo grass is very aggressive in its kVantafro- - Cheaper beef can only habit of growth When once intro friaa by fattening an old cow with ducod into a pasture it is capablo of fcastttrage and oorn eventually crowding out nearly all animal should have nothing to other kinds of grass and in fields laid at least twelve hours before kill down to grass It will soon put in an WassIta ontralls will not then bo appearance if It 1ms over been previfShtlcu and it can be cleaned easier ously grown upon the samo lnnd Uut t is easily destroyed for the time bo 1 flffhc carcass will cool out more rap- by cultivation m animal Is best killed with a rifle This ffrass grows early in tho season W sUot midway of a line from one and again in the autumn It is usually fff the opposite horn or it may bo in head by the arrival ifebyablow n il0 fiamo spot with the name Time grass ofIt June hence Is of flno As soon as it falls cut and thick habit of growth fleuffOjOr axand all kinds of stock arc extremely fond of it h Mpiaro across the throat scYer It is also very nutritious Its weak the jugular vein When proper con Jttlenccs aro at hand the carcass may points are too little bulk for hav crops frtinwpat once or It may have the gjrenioved on the ground with very I and the entrails re jje trouble I of running up soYed making the task iswr WMKW Sfooloutan easier one Cut the hide IJ r vW r ji 1 it along the brisket and the throat Ml i VWCxw iarallho of the belly between the jpis tothc tail and then from this ijtnlongthe inside of the legs to the ml Commence at the hoof and skin fricschleg and then take the skin feoncsule t the body if the ani feffts lying on the ground spread out llcaud roll the animal over on fcafide and remove the skin from the iFARMING WORLD Lnri - jjdek ls taken off the legs the is to sklu round and down ilcircfnl not to cut any gashes in the Tt s this causes a dockage of from to one half in the price oe lhirxl ticoff tho fore legs at the joint and vhindOacs about three inches be bet-tXpla- ir side Mlie carcass has been run up after n- joints the entrails open along wpiddie of the bell and brisket utingefrom the Inside running the ahead of the knife 3j4r along tough1 the belly Open the carcass dvraslijt out well with cold water Jug a cloth If necessary to remove bloo3 After cooling off split the reus through the middle of the dtborie1 with a saw working from einsidc Use the saw for cutting bones as much neater work can be ae It cau then be quartered and ften down and cut into convenient tecs fo suiting St Louis Republic w the hock K remove i HEN HOUSE icakrly Suited to the Needs of tlio WINTER jftteslmpliclfy of the house illus sfizi commends pWihsna near -- lriiieri Wife his dwelling it to unyone keening It is u yetneatly constructed 7 building ifSzT I --gZ l 1 - will ihcet every BPSStXTlontlWn needs of 4 the farmers wife it Writ at ii cost of S 0 to 530 Etintnii remiirement of jiict iiWswl u Resize depends upon the number of wept for say 30 hens make it 30 1 Ti iri nil iiiiniiinin 115 anu iinsidc art tbe rtJf InK feet This wiil be found u nronerlv lined with tar it will be snuff and warm HMt the placo for your winter a tlio second Igure is shown Bri0r with nests and roosts Cauffhey in Country Gcntlo- J 0 iff 3C 4 - iui rfUf inr Hwa ii Winter Catcselskl or Tsusolsky i lffi1 stock will rfPi raaltinB somo interesting ox- - traduction of some new neighbors who th0 Wfty in wlIoh be followed by several oiftiSt ffrHnff by any uoighbor ntilf t Wsture they need In will not bo outdone work goes on and WU known that honoy and thus tho good he UrJ Ju a tlnnP itmos- - soon your county will bo a fine stock Wporaturo of 70 degrees county as your stock is improved timl L 7Su of capped honey will in advances In price Sovoral breeders sorb from 381 to of nuro bred stock in a county niwayi -V- H TnuBEST or Hkasoks Do you rcmem She recovered but she was bor Julian why they shot Saint Sebastian Causo thoy hadnt any full of arrows I a very different girl from a physical standLIVE STOCK NOTES Llfo point Sho was cured of tho scarlet fever gun Ukkts are uniiestionubl a fine food but it left her with an affection of tho back He 1 saw Miss Backer at Goodwood for swine and the weeter they are As she grew older the pain seemed to in She thinking of dress Oh I sufforiups were intensified by sho havo onf Ho thinking of What did rrease Her horses the better her household duties but she never com Nothing Fun brood sow does nut require fat plained and with ono hand pressed tightly The tening food Muscle foi ming foods to her back she did her work about her cozy Giieat miuds must bo ready not only to In uiie are wiiat she needs tako opportunities but to mako them I was fourteen years old when I was at Ik we would oed more clover hay to tacked with scarlet fever and havo now Colton swine in winter we should tind that suffered with my back for eighteen years Noa cell nor chain nor dungeon speaks suffered It Night aud day our swine feeding was more econom- seemed as if I must 1succumb to tho really to the murderer liko tho voico of solitude pain ical aud thou to mako matters worse my head Maturin A kiy net and a darkened ktablo will ached so badly that 1 could scarcely see at to Bt Michaols Hosjust saw tho lieutenant tiuies do much towards preventing the horse pital at Finally I went High Stroot and Cen- Â¬ youEmma I lot mo boo that again kissingÂ¬ Certho corner of Dont in lighting Hies that energy tral Avenue and there tho surgeons per tainly mamma We shall bo more cautious wasting Lustlgo Blatter which should be expended on his legiti- lormcd a difficult operatiou on my back but hereafter it did no good It was like everything elso mate work I was told at tho hospital to return for anTns Heal Tjiouiili Auntie J ohnnlo Coiix is the cheapest fat producer other operatiou but the first had left mo so you must never be afraid to toll tho truth may wdak I could not go back Then again I Johnnio No auntie 1 aint Its to tell a As a rule it we are often told Â¬ discouraged cost less but that is not always what had becomb my attention and my three chil- Ho without belug afraid that bothers me and care at home Life dren needed we want We should aim to produce Tho palu becamo harder to stand and my tho best pork and maintain tho high back was almost brokou It seemed I Optician to his now clerk Now In would I would est degree of health Corn will not al thoughtto bo wellnever know what Ittold to sending out theso prico lists write tho ad Â¬ again whou I was bo like dresses as small as posslblo so that those wajs do this try Dr Williams Pink Pills With many reading asked doubts a falut heart aud an aching back I passes--Tit-B- them may fool how badly thoy ncJ its An English swine feeder was and littlo what feed ho preferred to fatton piga wcuttogottho pillsthe elixir ofdreaming that u now llfo to they would prove and replied Hurley meal is the best I began to tako them Only a short to Improve single food but he preferred a mixture timo elapsed before I posslblo iv Williams had barley pea maizo and rice mollis Could It be doing that everything elsollnk of u ixzw mTattxd what We mention it simply to call attention Tills were accomplish 1 asked myself the failed to feeders to tho qucstlou uiauy times and beforo long I was of our persistent corn un eonditiou fact that pork can bo made out of oth cnnblcd by my improved cmplmtlo toYos corn and bottcr pork too swer tho query with an twenty years Is er feed than Now tho pain of almost Farmers Voice cured by llieso Pink Pills in u few months any kind I havo 110 pain of Williams now but Ishave HriMil iNouo Hut 1uro Slock Pink 111 for got some of Dr think It will Palo Start tho breeding now of pure bred over Pcoplo and while I do notagain I shall bo necessary to uso them every neighborhood The in stock in soon certainly never bo without thora iu the tiludo toward crcaUon both antmaCc and inaulniate that it hnposos Yipon Its followers Golf Is a school of good manners as well as n contest of skill and a knowlodgo of Its etiquette is fully as Important as correctness in ad dressing or ability to loft a ball neat- Â¬ ly over a bunker Tho hazards en Â¬ countered In the rules of tho gamo aro quite as real as tho actual Walkln shawB Grave or Hell bunker and the novleo who disregards them will quickly bo made sensible of his mistake tho first timo that ho toes his ball upon a first class course Tho American temperament accustomed to tho ferocious hurly burly of a YalePrincoon football match and tho noisy saturnalia of an American cup rnco meets with something liko a shock when it runs up for tho first timo against tho awesomo solemnity that pervades the pulling green lays a writer in Harpers Weekly A whisper is in bad form whilo an unguarded laugh would bo sacrilege Were it not for the red coats ono would feel constrained to take off his hat and It is only under cover of tho most respectful and perfect silence that the interment ceremonies aro finally completed Let all things bo done decently and in order is the golfers text and the disciplino should be worth something to Young America Golf is preeminently a gamo of good society and it rests upon tho foundation stones of courtesy to find consideration for others lhe player who speaks or moves during his opponents strike or who drives to the putting green when it Is already occupied or who fails to replace the divot of turf cut out by an iron stroke has committed a capital mil golfling sin and while ignoranco may i W meet with some measure of forbearance there is no mercy for tho habitual offender or the incorrigible boor Unvarying respect for the rights and feelings of others in which is included all due care for the preservation of the links themselves is the essence of tho Add to this tho true golfing spirit cultivation of patience and discourageKKMftKV HIUE OHASS ment fortitude under misfortune and cessation of growth for a long pe- coolness in adversity and moderation riod in dry and hot summers and yet in victory and golf means something take it all in all it may rightly be more than merely walking three miles crowned king of all the grasses It to knock a quinine pill into an empty furnishes the most common form of tomato can Chicago Tribune permanent pasture found in America It is more commonly sown by hand and in conjunction with other grasses Scarlet Fever Settled in the Back and it is ummI to sow with a nurse crop If sown alone two bushels of seed fourteen pounds to the bushel An Operation Was TJnsuccosB fully Performed are recommended but if the seed is fresh and good a considerably less quantity will snflice In prairie coun- The Iatlont Wiia Flually Kestored After Eighteen Years tries where it has not hitherto been grown blue grass may be introduced From the Evening Xewt Xswarl X J by scattering a few pounds of seed per About eighteen years ago when Mrs acre on the unbroken prairie early in Auuie Dale of 8S Bruco street was a bright merry school girl she was taken ill with the spring -- Prairie Farmer Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IfJ llky ft01 eatjonsisSthoiorlous and dignified Jluylnff good gamo In splto of th fn ctLmt lt bids fair to become n ot 0 least of its qualifi mnJ1An fnu Golf MANNERS AT THE GOLP LINKS Mil It In Comldereil 1lak iforsn to Talk Whlli v 1 isa at DjLI J Highest f all in Leavening Power Latwl U S Govt jtceport Baking k V J ll lj II jm A 5fWl AWtBfMVEMX PURE 4ti breath and what practice and dolor mined effort combined with cntural great lung capacity can do in this di- Â¬ rection is shown by tho long periodr for which champion divers can remain under water If a man succeeded in continuing to hold his breath In feplte of tho physical discomfort in which ho had placed himself tho result would simpby be to induce a state of coma When this stnto was reached nature would reassort hersolf and tho breath- Â¬ ing functions would again resume full activity preventing a fatal Issuo In spite of their owners desire Tit lilts Jloldlntr the rmth Papa said Harry whe ItSebms So is a physical injposslblllty for n a boy keeps on doing something wrong of man to kill himself by holding his his own accord hes willful Isnt ho ttlgid Then brcatlt Individuals differ greatly lit do cslflaUlMr jiobodv elses ir he doesnV nothing of accord hes tho length of tlmo they can hold their Avontfuljisnvth01 Hariiers Hound Table It Ci iter S ii 1- That was VcrV nrettvfor Mr lie-111 to kiss his better half lifter tho race lIouYos It was prottyj but remember it was tho Other Half who won therace Youljbrs Htawsimiu 2- i -- 1 A w I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Bceeher Ocue your cough witu Halos Honey of prlxe Milncs Horehouud and Tar A iiEAi- - of ill chosen erudition is but tho Pikes Toothache Drops Cure in ono minute luggage of antiquity Balzac EVFnr great writer Is 11 writer of htfttdry let him ou what subject ho may Men should not talk to plcaso themselves Landor treat but those that hear them Sterne Hall Catarrh Cnro Will somo fisherman kindly inform ua Is a Constitutional Curo Prico 73c how tho bass can reach tho upper scat The virtue lies in the struggle not in the Boston Washington Star ties with it TiiK fi icudships tho world Nature alone is antique and the fedomeics in vice of leagues of aro oft oon plcasure--Addlsoor oldest art a mushroom that idle crag thou sittest on is 0000 years of age AfteiisIx years suffering I was cured by Carlisle Pisos Cure Maiiy Thomson 4 Ohio Ave Allegheny Pa March 10 94 Wuat some peoplo call prudenco goes by ttuothor name iu tho next house Rams Tuofoirr Is tho blossom Janguago tlio1 Horn opening bud ictlou the fruit bohtnd It n A SUcut Appeal foi JIolp When your kidneys1 and bladder are In active tlieyaro inkiugaBlleiit appeal for help Dont disregard itfbut with Ho- tetters Stomach Bitters safelynmpolthem to activity They aro iu imniedlato danger uuditl3fqolhardlticS8 to shut ottos eyes to tho fact Bq Wiso In time toojir you nxa pcrlcnco manifestations of dyspepsia ha larla rheumatism constipation of ncrv trouble Tho Bitters before a meal add cst to it Dr Von Ilcbbor a Gorman meteor- Â¬ Tun statistician Is not given to figurative ologist adds to tho hilarity of the expression notwithstanding ho Is given to heated term by the statement that expresslughlmsclf lnfigUrc3YouurMcn when tho outside temperature is 50 de Era crees Fahrenheit tho tempera turo on Knto Field in Denver ffi i the coat is 712 degrees that between Dkjjvkii Sent 10 Mv louniov fromtho coat aud the waistcoat 730 degrees Chicago was over tho Chicago Burlington Quincy Rallrond ono of tlio best man- between waistcoat and shirt 750 de- Â¬ aged systems lu tho country I should says V grees between shirt and undershirt judging In tho civility -the cmplpye9the 774 degrees and between the woolen comfort rexperlenccd of cxcollonce of It J lilf tlio i undershirt and tho skin 009 degrees roadbed and tho punctuality of arrival m actually reached Denver ahead of time Thf i You nre not going to publish Uurllngton Kouto Is also tho best to St Paul ifltineapollB Omaha and Kansas City 1 say Â¬ everything aro you said SenaNo tor Sorghum auxiously ro You can cram theso words Into uilnn plied the reporter I wouldnt think cars against tho stomach of my sense- of it If 1 woro to lot some of that Shakespeare grammarless English got into the palleHt of All per Id lose my position before sunsot To cleanse tho system in a gentlo and truly to morrow Washington Star bcnellclal uianncr when tho springtime comes uso ami periect rcmcuy Is that performer familiar with Syrup of Kigsinoiruo bottlo will answer for Ono your music she asked at the concert all the family and costs ouly 50 cents the Ho must be 4 replied the composer largo size 1 Try It and bo pleased Man- Â¬ Co who was writhing he takes such liber- Â¬ ufactured by tho California Fili Syrup oul- Â¬ x Â¬ - n i H 1 ft - Â¬ v J 1-- 4l m lT 1 m m 4 flM Transcript Hrrocnisv tho only evil that walks visible except to God alono Milton in- Â¬ The Greatest Medical Discovery of the Age Kv scarlet fever KESWEBYS MEDICAL DISCOVERY DONALD pasture weeds a remedy uiiu cures every vla kind of Humor from the worst Scrofula down to a common Pimple tl Un hie frll IlklllUlllVM It III over eleven hundreTv i v1 never failed eXcetltliltWuCdSesV He liasnow In te botli thunder humor possessfon over two hundred certificates of its value all wilhlif twenty mllci of Boston Send postal card for book 1 A benefit Is always experienced from thefirst bottle and a perfect cure is warranted T when the right quantity Is taken L When the lungs are affected It cause shooting pains like needles passing Ihrough them the same with the Uver or Bowels This Is caused by the duete beT Incr stonoed and always disappears week after taking it Kead the label a T If the stomach Is foul or bjlldus jtWvIjj eii y kuu svuviiiiiiji ivmiimiiiiiii Ear No change of diet ever pecesary the best you can get and enough iofJt - a a Dose one tablespoonfuHn water atoe V time Sold by all Druggists 0 Â¬ s Has cf RQXBURY MASS discovered In one of our conunprr KENNEDY J Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fninil tmW 0 - Â¬ Â¬ - ii- - Â¬ W Â¬ - V - tf Jniw - j Â¬ t n lKn tTHF Kma hiivm CfTOF uvcnHuurun -- Â¬ EyJYg 1H Ml wall HwmmMmm -- H Dr Williams Pink Pills contain In a con densed form all the elements necessary to civo new llfo und richness to tho blood and apoy ura mao a rcstoro shattered norvoi Â¬ hotiso theyre satisfied tjir-V-- iS - - JMC irwiyflwemir r jj o liar tri itt UK iuuy ns own wo crht of o t luiii iiiiiu ifi ivnnii ncjivi uu iw 1- 5 3 - - wr Won YT K tit 00 degrees 01 wilder Mm ol8turp in 1 trots nivtB thn 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TjrWe5 T v- - wsnaBxijMVi s rjHLk 1 srjw xawjmr IAMWJ M ajvv twf w si WyUHMX - R ts C 4 U- -jmmi OUR i iiiJi K tW t tflnr i JM1 A 4 Km n v ft - V twi T W- - i V f atfilifl1 ir confined to hii cfxprosfrioii of sym- Â¬ WHEN YOU WANT A WATCH Miimi hi nlfi pathy and tho extension of the ITS INJUKIOUS TOPTOP SUD Sf ouV BpXieW Corrtnoudont noral support of those who voted JENLY nnd dont bo imposed uponul vVf Wjuwi2otox Kov 1 1805 Or anything in tho for them by buying a mncdy thntrcqUlrcB you Ei 1 I Jewelry line lot mo As usual during tho wook before id uu bu a ib a uvuiiiig moro uian rt will fur Â¬ BMbsjUuto In tho sudden stoppage of know it VJt foj a convention botweon tho yiection oven in off years when uti i tobneco you nuiht huvo somo utlmn 5uj7VTrt4 WiniVOtlHWUiUHU J cii ci 3o4 nish you goods worlli only a few states this year thoro i W ki Innt and hi iiJOHt nil casofl tho eflcct tho money ana iuu 6 ti nscurtain tho djiinniro to Canu- - aro fiftoon hold elections poli- Â¬ of llie stimulant bo it otoltim mor- wilUiaveouAiuJvXEE dinn sesilprs whoso vcssola woro ticians aroscarcoin Washington iiiiiiiv or ouier opiate It at hom6 whore you fcrtood in Bofrriff Soa by this gov- Â¬ Somo aro in tho states in which Jonvcs a fur vroraa Imblt can use it ernment previous to tho docision eloctions arc being hold and tho tionirncicu Vflllr ank rfwl nr Respectfully Into urbitrntion tribunal rest are laying low uTf til thpyloarn of tho i UillISl iiuuuv fcjCO J ii la ntin iv Rpcratury Olney ronruaonting tho tho results Then thoy will flock mm mm iwi mwmM y cgetublo You do not V rairmianimrf toi U S mid Sir Julian Pnuncofoto to Washington eager t makopub vv I It wiw notivy have to stop using tobacco with BACO GURO Urn British nmbnsndorjvho lma Jic4beir oxplanations of how it till you wnaa to srol nntl your deairu Jor uibnccu will censo Your system THE tho advisory uaaistnnco of tho Cun caUiPlvboutr will lio as freo from nicotine na tiiodiiy before you look your first ciiew SV ESSI5L Mortfnn County Ky UnJoss tho tologrnph 1ms misin ndiun promior and niiniatur of ju An iron clad written cunrniitce to nbolutely euro tho tobacco orsmokP tic Great Britain It will bo fo formOdus thoro must bo moro signs habit in nil its forms or moiinv refunded Price 100 per box or 8 boxca li B 9 druWfllM8 W SO davfl treatment and guaranteed cure S 0 SBCiTCM mombered that cungropsrofuod a of that coming vac with Groat SEM hlX 1WU CFNT will bo sent by mall upon receipt ot price or the last sossion to approprjato tho Britain Vhioh senator OhaiHUof Livery Feed and Sale Stable HOX Uonkiets It STAMP FOR SAMPLEKlir0tn Chemical Aand nioofs free CrM Win which Socrotary droahani of Now Hampshire and Boproson 425000 WtK Co Lu miwiMuiwi HAZEL GREEN KY had agreed to pay for these dnina tativo Grout of Yormont havoj y tip ges because it was clearly shown been predicting m Now Eimland Ofileo of THE PIONEKR PltESS COMPANY C W IIoiinick 8uit Minn SupttMnber 7 ioj St SirDoiiMc mid Single that ho amount was absurdly ex Â¬ than there aro in Washington If EUllKKA CllKMICAT AND MTO CO TA CUOSHM WW Itlgs nntl Saddle Horses cessive HOC those two gentlemen must bo Denr Sirs I lutvc luon it toouvco iiimiu tor ninny vurs unii tiuntiB the jiast for hire Purtlos convoy unv mv mIioIo P two years linvc Binoltetl lllteeii to twenty cinrs runinny ed to aiiv nolnt on reason- A mild sort of jajlnsatiein was vjqmius Dr nigucmaro or indigos vrsu-wsstem becntnc allerteil until my pliyKiclun told me I nuint jrhc up tle nervous in- - - nblo terms 8 nobody in AVashington started in connection witlithls ne- Â¬ tion urc use of tobneco for the tunc being ut least I tiled the so culled KeeU EDI will nlso nttend to nil cnlls for aucappears to expect anything of tho and various other remedies but without success until I accident gotiation hya minor that iVvvas tioneering nnd solicit business of tills kind Three necks ago today I commenced ualtii nllv learned ui vour Baco Curo also to include- tho now dispvtto kind On tho contrary it is tho Itesnectfulh At HiMii ntimi mwl todnv I consider mvself comnletelv cured I am in JOHN H rJEllATT which tho discovery Of gold in general impression that tho diplo- Â¬ even inveterate It tect health and tho horrible cravinc lor tobacco which your Unco Cum smoker B4 nirotily fully appreciates has completely left me I consider Alaska has raisod favor the boun Â¬ matic flurry ovor Venoznola will C W Hojsniik wonderful and can fully recommend it Yours very truly DINGFELDER linV botjvuon Alaska ond readily bo sottlod by diplomacy fit dary CM JiL WJTU British Columbia But tho sensa Â¬ II H tmtmtttm9mvuwmmmMMtmi9tmmvtmivnnwmHrKXMUmmmmymiiMrnm fyZWi1ff1hiffatffkttfS tion was conuned to ill informed mnniwn Go people Others Jcnpw that thoro JR HofiiiiSfliiJIflrtQuar 9 could ibe no ground for any nego Â¬ tiation qn that aubject until tho w Importers nnd Jobbers of 41 r report of tho JQintcommissiOMOrs Is WASHlRGTOH LETTER J I tSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSlt nk J PONT I I - STOP ILVl U TOBAC vvw u H iv 41 4 Wji JEWELER J ly jK lri Â¬ - Â¬ P - J m in mado 4 appohitod under tho convention DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS rT 1 EV1 andGroafc Britain for- iho survey of the boundary lino botweon Alaska and Canada has boon mqdoj and that wH not be for several months yei Gon Duiiiold chipf of5 tho 0iast and geodotio survey is7 tho cOnihifssioner on tho parbot tho US and Mr D F King tho commissioner on tho part 6fGr0afcfttritiiiu This commis- Â¬ sion has complotDd tho field work of the survey and is now ongaged in making tho computations As soon as tboy aro linishod tho report Either govornment wkill b6 mado may then protest against tho ac- cepranco of tho ropoxt as final In that caso thoro would bo work for negotiations but there is nous - in 1503 dotwoQiV tJiO U S J jsk- mmmmmmmm mmmmmTinK J M HAVENS if 9 St - XflITraf V It Nos 537 539 and 54- 1- PRACTICAL SP 1th means so much more than 4 you imagine serious and iatal diseases result from trifling ailments neglected Don t play with Nature s greatest gift health Kvouarefeellnsr out of sorts weale and generally ex- hausted nervous liaVe no appetlle begin at once taking the most relia ble strengthening mediclnewhlcli is Browns Iron Bi- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Wcst Mnin Street LOUISVILLE KY r T V iif il 11 J8W818I SUfSnyDl oily u loll I Fred J Heintz ManiifaGturing Jeweler Custom flonso Square if wSMSM B r 8Sg - llllill HAZKL CiHKEK KY 3 -- i x f rowos pairing 5pfiFSf winu Machine repaired at tho lowest figure 1 IgW Diamonds Watches Fine Jewelry Bronzes Silvorware c c rs j X9 t- - I Sfcial attention all kinds U Rp- - Z UUUUUiUUUUUUi i r iho oninion that all of the recent ly liscovored gold regions of tho now Gen Duiiiold has expressed 3 fei w Yi Wfk w fcv a its within tlio jurisdiction of tho t and his opinion is doubtless i JjaietVqn tho survey According to tho annual roport Dyspepsia Kidney nnd Liver vof Commissibnor iiocliron of the Neuralgia Troubles iU S pension Imroau tho men Constipation Bad Blood whoiri tho records shov to liave Malaria Nervous ailments done tho Iqasti fighting aro tho ones Womens complaints Gel only the genuine it has crossed red who aro iho most olnmorous for lines on the wranner All others are sub jlQnsionfi Probably tho most stitutes On receipt of two ac stamps we will send set of Ten Beautiful Worlds strilun ftatliiO about this roport Fair YIcw5 and book free is ifa charge that fov fear of de BROWN CHEMICAL CO BALTIMORE MD 6ho ampitnt of pension pAyftyfcrfltAjtArftittiic oroning mtfnoypaid in their com muni tie YVDGll AMOS DAVIS citizen have Unpwn obsfaclein J AVliST mxiauiY KY WITH thpway of tho special examiners vfip JjjiVq sought the noopssnry ov Bettman Bloom Co idoncoo oonvict1 fruudulont pon- CLOTHIHe ibnaltdnudy ghats saying a MANUFABTORERS WrM Sub grnnt eal and it will bo strange 00 Wont Vvxv Strnft CUJCINATI if CnrninissioniH Xipohron doesnt Tho trrtile of Kpntuehy mercljitnts solle hoar from tliaOohargo moro than toil nnd satlsfiiotion ttiArantctfiT iur total number of pen Â¬ once fioManafillttrWittfliff tiUytUh OMiMn Trijrtl5UaniaBtnit iari sioners oV ttnno iCfi 1800 waa 070t SMM bug 404 tho now lminqs added footed fiwlnSJfiIaw I AMorrtien Urtaai nno Oder Jllll Hon Willi If til Kill moT 017o and old oifos stored 4205 rxh UnCTt JikFfrf Trntk hltltt HtyCnlUri Amili Utter IVrnc isrs ivpr immjii irnii doathi numbercit 2781G and IVrti HUd i ibwi Tho iun nUli lAthft Iltndrn Ilumplrls Ti in n s those dropped for olhpp roasoi Corn ShMI 8trt8lnk ytlM H4wi lilt KrrM ranuinr unii frinxrrv Clralii lluoip Craw IUr TmIi ti 10575 Tho hot inpreaso in tho HiJ Htoti llpTlor iUllroaJ Ilollrr Had IttcnUr KCUSS f rUirona JleotT o Rnl for frr yotjr ueacii number of Mioners foe the year I Bo JiSttf Vtlu ko1 tr baw COut CbleaKOlU CHIOAQO SCALE was S0O Th6 commissioner osti- niawwunwpwuw M mates that 11450000 will be noouoa 03 incponsioni uureaujipr tho noxt fiscal year o o pBAoxaoAi The state department willshort- - ly detexnuno what if anything BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS can ha done tor Waiior tho B lukoii and Forty milo creek are liters cure benefit comes from the k very first dose 8 wttt ttain your I ttetk and pleasant lo like tters A few bot-U- e- It Cures P HARDWARE QUEENSWARE TINWARE And a Full Line of Agricultural Implements Mitchell Wagons Owensbovo Wagons 1 McCormiek Binders and Mowers Whileleys Solid Steel Binders and Mowers ssrRcpairs kept in slock for McCormiek Whiteiey ana Champion Machinery Granger and Tiger Hay Hakes Avery and Malta Double Shovel Plows j mmimmssM The b est moSS rsce H Glueonsware at Out Throat Prices MANTELS AND GRATES The Farmers Friend North Maysville Street tQW s and OheaBest Stoves and Ranges on the Market Cookj j 1 ar B tes fcKIfy CuKVe EVERYBODY i Alt Sterling 3fy 1 - vrrI III J jar wm II aXS m mmbi m a W9 wuwiyffi wum m Lowest in t ErT JTi ox-Unitod Largest Stock J Dealer in General Merchandise on a Cash Basis MmiMvumuiMsmvmm Prices II J k SUitos consul who is now rft r m Vt v t 4 Vj o Wu - n IK1 V M JMs V vv Was nothing revolutionary in the rowiutions adopted thoy being f to soouro froEKlpinwatf hold mi sohtul tiniff lot wiek amtl it as largely attended by nromi nont oitiscons of WushingtoiY iuhI waa bpth patriotic and rolfgioua t a nbiUlii pxtont It opened with th eingyig of America and chwcu vith the sinking Old llunijwU Jt was presided ovor by Corporal 13 MAKE A SPECIALTY OT BITUUXU FARM and KOAD WAGOXS TannorIagontlemnn moro or less iirc thp IltRt Mntpriitl and Tiinraatce hsatisfaction Call nml uct- our urin lyul thariinftvkej widojy known arul wliinyou neod anytliintof the kind givo mo your order Patroidzo K nankin Home included Row Dr c lcojdoget only Honest Work and bo Happy IIIIM MIM WiWVIWi Unii pWHikent of Howard Lnivewfty J and Mrs John A Logan Thoro ffirlN THE HORSE SHOEING tfAKl IlKPATRnRPRTrKT VV Mil in prison in Franco as tho result of a French court martial hold in Madagascar as all lhri papers in tho case including thp official rec Â¬ ord of tho court martial aro now r in hand - flwni oJIlQiKl Notwithstanding fiwvns and privato timidity tho mass meeting to pxprowi sympathy AWth and for tho Cubans in tbeic v TlAZBXi GREEN KENTUCKY w us LOUISVILLE iiiiiiiwi Street iii EmmKY 6S1 W Main pqifli mw ti rai f Solicits ordors from inorohnnts for fffrt Tinware Stoves Ranges Stove pipe Elbows mantexs Grates Holloware Outler o Send for coiimlfitA rQnircvnn onri mnoe list ELKHART 983 0 fl i mm iSr8ft15WeS r 1 wwri iTi CMflP PfS1 Pita T 1 1 7JiiATs Piinrft VHOLESALP vf5IA7 tuiiwr vnf 5 Pes No fthef r m Koal Watf VBftiiSifmaA Ko 1 Farm Harness oanio an Mnnr8ure9 u for tiA to n -- i wllh on fonrtew SGO iSnn 6l a LfftTvrwsEO No 41 employ OnUvuklllod labor cvei v man Leinc an arlial in his ancciakv nnd your work i respectfully Bolleited 4 OTr5fe harness f Wagon 810 wiu4iuwiujMiorWi w B PRATT Secretary ElWiarr 4J iv tf AviSft SMAi MiW ii r 7 ifi2fft V T- - alL t ifLpp M O l f