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on two casts or else iii rrow tucks for driw stringst Then atber them at top mill MXV to the sillI hale covering the senni with hint1 g tape text with strong tlnjnd baste tl ilk armhoics to those of Ithe corset oter Do not let the stitches show non the upper side mid fasten o jmlyI Then run the nnrrnxvcst whiltJ- lpPllltl all the cases nt the neck th Ottom of the waist nnd the wrist ut on the corset roar button it up nJ draw the outside to lit arranging he fullness as is most becoming to our figure Pun it in plate then xvlicn you hunIalien off the galUtIII put linn basting tltchos In plate of I tit per For the wrists it is only necessary tnIraw up nnd tit the strings it nil your vaist is complete iimcle in hut little anger time tlmn it ttkes to tell nboiit t Of course you eta add a stock col irof ribbon or wenr anyof the hun ted frills nnd ribbons now in vogu ttadbo enn tit ribbon wrist lets tau picasButhat Is of much greater importance H hat such n waist can be washed not1nt1 pt clean told freshI if you only hnve ommnnd of a nslibasin For when tis wiled you only hnvo to unpick the stings about Ithe rate and nrmhole mil out the draw strings and xvash Hu ng nnd outside separately Use fo noba good thlltintem mtvre Inidesqueee ns i I3 hlIIgthelIIIIIIIIIIIIItIIt sqodti I lie s I I I 1 tIitongsnforeer lining n likewiseI purified lieu suchr allbor nt the most throe will takeon wife through the hot ntortthnttsarethcitin f orhfrrFIIIIICIIt1lronllll Clraiilni n lllmk Stray lintto itoroughlI IIIllthlerconsistency flcreamdguuelutoIterthyou lIcIII f four as much of the solution asou think wail1 cover the hut into n racer add roodj together gum brusli Jtegin in the editor ofe crown work your brush aroundntU you have got the gutn brushed in ie trov then drnxv a plea of thread dryhenn give it kfterBrawnaput inside n slightly dump oth tithideMrch wart it around until you seee crOWn i UI nforV 111tprocess i ate tvlthoutinkSt IIYurt tried anti found gord compound t 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OnoIII nOlin of time local papers anil mv rye tell of I I an advertisement ol Dr Williams 1ink fills Tlie advertisement cave n dcscrip thou of a man xvho almctcd1 as I then teas had been cured by tish g Dr Williams IinU 1ills I tens tin tii believer in that kind 0 docUiring hilt concha r l as alnsl report to try a box of the pus making up my mind that if they did i a hellutu 1 certainly would nol he injured y tioing to n drug store Ipurchased a box of Dr Williams Tiuk rills and commenced taking them ac cording to tlire tioiis Very soon alter 1 he gnu to leaf better and I saw I had made no mistake in trying the pills nnd before the first hose xvas emptied I felt so much im proved tint I Immediately purchased an other 1 hUll taken seven Jinxes of the plus at tho end of last summer 1 lilt 1 xvas entirely cured and discontinued their use but alwavs keep a box handy if occasion re quires lam now entirely n rcd The lea Hit Utili has left me my kldnex s arc all right and my appetite xvdnT you slumld see me the tabln 1 um a arty roan again and In stead of feeling Hue a man of filly which I t my age 1 feet like a youngster of txvcntv and I givo Dr Williams Iinic Tills the fulljI credit fur this great change I have recom mended theso pills to several of my neigh lava been re Iicvedufthrlurrowplnutsr duly sworn de poses ami sas lie is the centlcmnn referredI to in tlio above Interview aunt Ills true lu overv respect WUIMM Vofxti Kuliscriiicd nnd sworn to before me tit- 1funNtnnGu1A0n111 g 25th day of May IMiY Notary Public Dr Williams IinU Tills contain all tin elements necessary to givo new life andI richness to tho blood and restore shatteredI nerves They nre for sale by all driiugists I I or may bo taut by unfit from Dr Williams Medicine Company IICIIlcltlll N Vfor I ioJCIII II UClXjUIitIJIIIrIOr 3fAl A Mw years sign lames lionine aII Yaii laliuMicli farmer established small deer park fur his own pleasure lie noxv has a parlc of I acres coi taining large herds of ulcer and rile the 111115rof the inited States and Kurope has jiroved so prolitable that he isnt wor rying anymore over the low price of farm products A POKTIOV of Worrslrlhs library 8000 volumes of which inert sold in ISVI will be put up at auction soon in London It contains many presenta time topics one of them Matthew Ar lds StrayedI Kevellcr 1SIM a very scarce tunic IIu lon IIs wit anti lovoThackerayIj IT Is sure tho hardest science to forgot ope HAIIIXBSS Is a raro cosmetic U J W Melville I MKITFVI In great butnot In demi IIIIBoco TUB miserable arc sacred Seneca IDEAL beauty IIs a fugitive never located Mmo Hovigno Tin mothers henIs the childs school worn Needier I Ova possessions aro wholly III our per formances Shiinis I Tun charities that sootho and heal and J are scattered at tho feet of man like j ollll1orthIPioiu dont think amount to much Intthis concern said tho oNce b0y ns ho IIfled- n i dty tho paid bills hut thoytl think dif fereiit Iif they know 1 handled all tho ro ceipts Hoxhury Jnwtte I OIIKAT souls aro riot thoso which have IClsr passion and moro virtue than onllllfillc souls but cult those which Imvo greater do signs llolhcfCIIllIlhlcDr man dot don nebber kick tall said Uncle lien an do man fiat keeps nil do time am two coplo dot gin Kits do worst of it in dls lucre life- 11aslungtoa Slum Tun Weeping 1angh1erU I shall die Papa says that 4IIFy laid 1 must not Udall otimarrying for two vents yet Uot eau enid the ffudfcfous mother Icr hails you twill not WUllt to unirry him nt the of two yearn Who Iuows but UutY husbands will bo out of stylo thculJCincinnati Enquirer Ilovr is InrAfA friend In need is a friend tuckedoThat certain seems For instance llow could a friond tn need Advance a fellow moncy f N Y IIcrlild HOW SHE GOT EVEN if tA Gently Bred Woman Admtn item a Telttnc Kebpke It IIs a wcll ntablishcd fact thntI IAs ore uUvnys In the prime of life women begin to get over It nt tho age of 35 tho gentler sex are averse to pointed comments tlllturnllyI years A blundering matt convivial habits have conspicuously wrecked his wifes health and pence of mind was recently introduced ton vis iting Ilady of less than GO years but of remarkablyl youthful and fresh appear once With fatal Intent to be gallant remarkedI glnd to meet you You urn very wellpreserved for your years visitingnnaturally aibeing thus classed among the nerd Noldisconrerte1Ihetallalitegenlle- u man went on You look young read am Indeed yon do Iray tell me whit is the secret of it A picture of the ha raised wife of they rudo qncMtioner cameto the visiting ladys mind and she retorted gently but pointedly There is but one secret of what you arc pleased to term my youth and good looks I have n husband who leas never given mean un kind word or cost me an anxious thought IOnn Tlioii uiil Ktirmrr Wunlrd To settle on one thousand choice forms on SLInty Theso lands are located in twenty dif fercnt counties and aro to bo had now at prices ranting from T to 115 per acre iiafcY iMtiths hence their value will bo doubled For a home dr fur investment no luckier chance In the West1 inn ever before biMMi of feted Now is tho tine to lucent No bet err fanning loud exists anywhere No greater results ruin be obtained anywhere Schools and chnivliesahound everywhere prlnctsSouthdiversified farming ami stockraising states of the West lEverything grows in DalioUi 1pxcIIIt ignorance1 and Intemperance Anew boom is on Take advantage of tho tide which lends to Dakota taut to fortune Por further itifnniuitioii address or call upon W g Pmvciu Senend Immigration Agent 410 Old Colony Uulldiiig Chica go Ills lUxuuriT Dyer What Is your bush ness tray I tide Itonrlsh straniMr 1 am a genileinan sir Thats mv business1 Dver Ahl You have failed 1 mice Truth linoa lag OIIIH 1IlIlllIlIplltoilliitlil ing to piitrons and politeness of employes the bra HMO between ChliTO mid St Paul Minneapolis Ashland Diiiutb and in termediate puntsI IIs tit Wisconsin Central Through sleepers tn Minneapolis mid JIll liitb ilallv Meals In dining cars a la carte Kor folders rates ete apply to your near rat tickei agent or Is C 1 POSH Cicnl Iassr Agent Milwaukee Will Oiurrnr misfortune seems to boI Indis pcn ablo to the development of lulclli iMKC energy and virtue 1Yaron If Itoiuoto from Medical llrlp Dotiblv essential Is it that you should be provided wltli sumo reliable family until ewe llnstetlers Stomach Hitters Is titbest of its class remedying thoroughly us it hulllllIolIIsafe aunt speedy help In malarial cases rheumatism mutinaetietyo thekldncys A MAN Intimately acquainted with the mituiv of thinirs guy seldom occasion to be astonished I lonry IIonic 1ris stopjicd free and permanently cured No Its after llrst days use ol Dr Klines free Nerve itS IInI Free 13 trial bottle C treatise Die KiiNrUTt Aixhsl ihilala OIIIISII as him as I study and practice humility 1 know where I am Clcobulns- II u I IM Catarrh turo Is taken internally 1nco Tic tourhslotlcncanuloot Gladness Comes With a better understanding of the nature of time many phys ical ills which vanish before proper ef forts gentle efforts pIcriMiutefforts htly directed There is comfort In knowledge that KO ninny forms of sickness nre not tine to any aerial dis ase but simply to a constipated condi lion of tin system which time pleasant family laxative Syrup of Figs prompt onlyrlmcheverywhere esteemed so highly by all who value good health Its bcncticlal arc duo to the feet that it Is the one remedy which promotes internal cleanliness without debilitating the organs on which it acts It Is therefore all Important In order to get its bone llcinl effects to note when you pur chase that you have the genuine arti which is manufactured by the Cali Iig Syrup Co only and sold by all reputable druggJ rIf in the cnjoymei of good health and the system is regular laxatives or remedies are then not needed If afflicted with any actual disease one may bo commended to the most skillful mint if in need of n laxative ne should have the best and with the wellinformed everywhere Syrup of Figs stands highest and is most largely used and gives most general satisfaction 1 = 0 C f =I t t u STOP l You have run up against a Good Thing I tie I I PLUG I s The best reason in the world why = o = some things sell so well is because they = = are good That is one reason for the == great sales of BATTLE AX g = But good quality is only half the story =ir 4 r pieceItJEJ g H other and poorer kinds s- s Facts are facts You can buy and see for g S yourself Five cents isnt much to invest == illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllinilllllUIIIQIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIli ILLINOIS can reach- practically all RailroadThe Mistress Maid JJboth have their part in the great that from Suppose youre the the itthe 1 of time and the tThercs money thats by away with that and ICttlMon ccrvthinr0 washed Suppose yonccJhc maid Theres the savingof labor the absence of rubbing i the hardest part the house work made easier and pleasanter t But suppose you are mistress and maid both in one doing your own work Then there is certainly twice as muchreason why should do every bit of your washing and cleaning with Pearline tor roo DAILY CARS FREE CHAIR CARS TRAIN TICKET LINES =You the of America the through- car Greatest Central Ir r y + h savings Pearline economy of etc of CENTRALIn II withI the Baltimore 6c Ohio Southwesterni and the Ohio Railroads has- Inaugurated a NEW ROUTE 1 I FROMII- TMEMPHISNEW n LUUhlILLI ORLEANS DOUBLE SERVICETHROUGH PULLMAN SLEEPING AND RECLINING TICKETS AND SCHEDULES OF AGENTS OF ALL CONNECTING great resorts by lines of- Americas and come mistress saved steady you Chesapeake Southwestern Of course its imitated =anything good always is thats endorsement not a pleasant kind but still en dorsement HIRES Root beer is imitated 1I4 Ml by Tte Oiiilti K Him Co rtflUttpk + A Be kace mibntaxes DMI earnxrs BookicaUrlUM It WIA11I Till rr rta nw DYSPEPSIA YUCATAN KILLSIITss t A N ILE16i + WHCN WRITING TO ABVEKTMER4 rIIleRe elute that yep ttyrskeAdrertb tbU popcr l oj 1 c- r r I1 1- t JItHE HERALD IP1HGEE CW El Mitw 01AS E IABIOIT lutitu Oller ui AMtcUte Enter HAZEL GREEN K- YTHUl3S1AYJuly 28 1890 DEMOCRATIC TICKET For President WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN or Nebraska f For Ice Ire 1i1ent ARTHUR SEWAI I or Maine For CongrcMmnn Tenth DUtrlct THOMAS Y FITKPATRICK- OK FLOYD COUNTY Special Notice Mr BTKIUINO KY July 7 1896 I To whom it may concern This cer t II GreenII f j the county campaign committee foir J Wolfe county Ky and has full power to make such appointments ns are ncccsI awry to complete the county committee COUUTIAND P CHKNAUIT Chm Dem Cam Com 10th Din In pursuance of the foregoing author ity the following lire appointed to net- I i I IIH precinct committeemen and are reo quested to meet at the store of II K i rieratt in Hazel Green on Saturday August 1 1896 at i oclock p m for il the purpose of organizing anti transact ing iniXrtant luisiiiCBH- First DistrictJ R Carroll and Caleb Allen Leo City fj Second illlrictIJ C Quicktmll and1 John Cox Hazel Green Third DistrictS P IIowo and S 11 if Smith Campion- ii Fourth DilllrictW L hush nnd Let Coiigloton Torrent 3 3Fifth DistrictA T Coinba andI J MI Tester Stillwnter Sixth District1 It Elkins mid Jon sitlmn llollon lAM Suvunth Dintrict A IS Lu lrum and1 S P Murphy Tolivorlonx ATArimnt Chmn W C A JIAX in New York City Monday wanted to het 11000 even that the person taking his bet could not lnlnle faille eta toy Hull would bo carried by McKinley n HKVANH ancestors fought Indians in Kentucky Itemembcr Hryntiss station and tho heroic women Daniel Hoones wife was a Bryan When tho young Loohinvnr of tho west defied the powers of ovil it wns no blull Nicholasvillo Democrat NoTwrniHTAXniNo the calamity how lors there is every prospect that BryanI mId Sewell tho Democratic nominees will he elected by tho largest majority 1 over known in the history of this country The people arc in sympathy with the silver movement and will bring it suc i cess in November HKNMU WATKUSON the great I am ofr tItheCourier Journal has bolted the Chi cago convention nominees and platform I Like a few lesser lights unknown to fouls Henri is a sorehead and surrepti tiously seeking tho nomination to some great oflice himself but tho chances fav r his remaining in the solitude of private life Exflov WM E KUHSKU of Massa chusetts was found dead in his bed at a fishing camp rear Grand Pabos Quebec Inst Thursday Heart disease wins the cause Ho was only 10 years old but lend been elected governor of Mussachu sods three tines ns n Democrat His last appearance was in the Democratic national convention where ho made a Bpccch for found money Ho was n brilliant nnd popular man and his cud den death is a great shock to his admirers THE executive committee of tho 1111 nois sound money Democrats has issuedt un address to the sound money Domoc racy of the United States urging that n National Democratic convention bo called to put out n sound money candidateI for president The oponinpstntement iill ITo Our Fcllow Democrats of Other Males A Dtiouiil1 convention convened i III P under the constituted authority of our party closed its session in the city of Chicago That should be sufficient to restraii the movement If the Chicago conrcc tion was convened and held under cor stitutcd authority then nil Democrat should stand by it if they propose to remain Demecrats They hnd better go at once and vote the Republican or some other ticket If they propose now or at any time in the future to get tbe party to return to the Democrats faith they had better stay in the bont and help her to oatScntillelDemo crat The Louisville Democrat Tills is the name of a new mornin daily that will be launched on the sea or journalism at Louisville not later tbnll August 1ft with Daniel K OSullivan 1114 editor Mr OSullivan is the editor of tho Critic which was the only paper iin Louisville that supported Gen Hardill for governor and the now paper will be the only ono in that city to lIupport Bryan and Scwall on n free silver pint form Mr OSullivan is an accomplish gentleman and n most interesting write and as he Iis an ardent advocate of the free coinage of silver the renders of hiI paper will see in every issue some strong and pointed arguments in favor of the white metal nod why Bryan and Sewn should bo elected We believe the success of Mr OSulliynns venture is assured in advan- ceCORRESPONDENCE Correspondents will please bear in mini that communications immt he receive at tills mimes tint Inter than Tuesday evcniii to insure publication in the current issue tMORGAN COUNTY Caaey Callings Horn n few days ago to the wife of TainiH Lykin a fine girl Cancy now has fifteen mails n wecl Instead of six as heretofore A little child of Alfred Allen diet recently from the effects of scrofula of 1which it had been a victim for sometime Time wife of Amos llolliduy died on the 11th iimt and funeral services won conducted the day following by HUVH Johns Adams and Wils Lykins of Wcs Liberty Time remains were interred ill tie old family burying ground Circuitconrt wax held at West Libert last week Tho nest important caw tried way timid of Info Mrooks for the murder of Otis McKenzie The jiin found him guilty and fixed his pnniili meat at death Ho was taken to till Ltxingtdii jail lor safe keeping lily 1 fie Nri- Mnytowu Missiles Wo arc all trying to get ready for tin tair J IL Sexton iis now behind the coup terof DayCo Success to Tin llituvin It is im proving every Week Mrs1 It A Samples is on tie rick list this week though bettor today Our public school commenced Monday morning with J IL Thomas teacher Visa Lilliiin and Will Patrickattended till funeral at tiood +wins chapel Sunday t1 Sample and N HIL Lyons left Saturday with a nice bunch of cattle tom the Mtl Sterling market Most of the farmers near hero housed their out crop Friday and Saturday lust No hay saved and still ruining 1 J Ritchie returned homo Friday from a months visit to his daughter neat 1restonsburg Mrs Kitehie will return next week Henry Murphy was absent front his class in Sunday school Sunday though in towti but we will say nothing about excuseMiss Lemaster a teacher iu tho Masonic Home at Louisville and Miss Liza Henry of hazel are visiting Miss llosic Sample today lulus Cravons of your town and a Mr Morrison the popular lint drummer of Knoxville Tenn were guests of W I1 Sample one day last week Mrs llcbecca Swango neo Patrick and little daughter Kate wero visiting in town Saturday and Sunday Mr Swangos health is much improved While we write tonight about one dozen of our young ladies are enjoying tho light of the moon mind making ns fine vocal music as you over heard Bro Habicht wo wish you could have hoard themW J Ltiwson V Co have sold their stock of goods to John Center Mr Lawson hUll bought several shares in his fathers farm near town and will move to it soon We era sorry to give Mr Lawson and his kind fumillup They were doing well here says n burnt child dreads tire Ho is getting toburnJuly 20 WIXOIESS 1 HelpIs needed by poor tired mothers over I worked and burdened with care debUt tated and run down because of poor thin and Impoverished blood Help Is needed by tho nervous sufferer the men and women tortured with rheumatism neu ralgia dyspepsia scrofula catarrh Help Comes Quickly When Hoods Sarsaparilla begins to en rich purify and vitalize the blood and sends it In a healing nourishing InvlgI orating Htrcnm to the nerves muscles and organs of the body Hoods Sarsaparilla I builds up tbo weak and broken down sys tern anti cures alt blood diseases becauso HoodsSarsaparilla Is the One True lllooti Purifier All dnagglstsI 91 Prepared only tIt yC I JlIHHIt Co Lowell Mass lire the only pills to tak- oHoods PillS witlilloodssrsaparlllaM- AGOFFIN COUNTY Llckbnrg Localettes- L C Hays IIHH gone to Mt Sterling court with cattle J T Adams begins school next Monday on Buffalo creek Some of our schools are still in controversy in regard to trustees Mrs Emily Hays visited friends and relatives on Elk creek the first of the weekA D Lacy and J F Coopent went to White Oak Morgan county on business yesterday Miss Relic Salyer of Hazel Green is visiting friends and relatives at this place and Salyersvillc The Kepublican committee of this county met today at Salycrsvillc to transact wane business Mr Wouldbe was a guest of J D Hays lest Tuesday night Also Mr Slevnns on Friday night Taylor Ilsiier son who has been out west attending school has returned mill will teach time Bloomington school this fall The farmers in this section have to quit thoir corn lbefore time on account of time storms and rain They say if it turns oil dry there wont bo much earn rai 1Ollr 1 IIl1lclltiIClU I interest in time work than ewer before and strive to meet with great success 1 I In C Uas and family accompanied by his soninlaw arrived this morning from IIndiana They have also been in I lKansas and Missouri They canine all time way in wagons Mr Lays says he aims to nuke Kentucky hit future home A number of young folks went to Coon creek to meeting last Sunday and reported glorious time but were caught in a very heavy rain and one of the young men had to discomfort himself very much by loaning to his intended wife his oil cloth coat A good ninny of our young men have failed in securing a school and ninny who are excellent teachers but we must learn to do as tho writers say newer become discouragedi whatever occupa t tIll you are following but pull the liar der That is a good motto one which each of us should strive to heed There are many candidate spoken of in this county to fill the offices Novem her comic a year Most all of them lie publicans They will have their big I tight in the primary for when it cornell to the general election they wont be in the light for Democracy and free silver I will carry everything before it Success tolm HIKAI July IS Gruss Oct your produce ready for tho fair Sheriffs Sale For Taxes Hy virtue of taxes duo time state of lien Lucky mill Wolfe county for the yens 1MM mil 1S05 lor one of my deputies will on MONDAY the 3tl DAY OK AllilST 1S KJ Ktweiii the hours ot ti oclock n in and 1 oclock p in nt the courthouse door In timeu town of Cainpton Wolfe county KIt be log county court tiny expose at public sale tll the lilKlitct and hestl bidder lor cash In mud the following rent estate or so much hereof as will he necessary to satisfy the ollowlng tux nnd costs on same towit IIIIJolnIlIg011 the year ISJII tax anil cost 15H nllll1ll1IIILI SJ tux mill cost 471 G W acres of liinil adjoinlnllllle1130UK Edge No5 for the year 1815 tot II tax anti cost ttiM This tfth day of July 1SIH5 6 H WILSON S W C By J K COCKBUUAM D S GREATESTr CLOTHING SALEI IN THE HISTORY OF TIKE TRADE j COMMENCING MONDAY MAY 4 1AndContinuing Until Closed Out The 8 Largest 8 and 8 Best 8 stock 8 of 8 Clothing 81n s Kenlii REGARDLESS OF VALUE REGARDLESS OF COSTREGARDLESS OF PRICE 11o do not what prices compotitors name wo will tako percontof from 112 15 20 und 25 which putthoCOME AND TAKE YOUR CHOICE FOR 11 TOIWhenI l Suits sewed with silk thread and new fresh goods at 700 per suit color guaranteed fRIllS IS A COBIEB Four Hundred and Fifty Suits from our last sale whichsold at J100 and worth elO and I12 at JUK Punts at 50 cents 75 cenU 111111 worth 150 2 and ell One Hundred pair Pants fino wool cassimore at 3 worth JJ5 You Never Did You Never Will Buy Good Clothing At These Prices iT l tj GiLP TtruL i LEADING CLOTHIERS LEXUiGTON MID PURlS KY 1I5Trm1U I7UII IFiOSE DAVIS BlACKSMITHSAN WAGON 0 MAKERS IIJ I 4 1 OUKKN KKNTlCKY K MAKE A SH5CIALTY OF HUILDING FARM and HOAD WAG lW use the Rest Material maul Guarantee Satisfaction Call mad get our past and when you need anything of the kind give me your order Patron Home People get only Honest Work and be Happy Z rIX THE HORSE SHOEING AND ItEAlit DEPARTMENT P mh employ only skilled labor every man being an artist in his KpecinltyfWl your work is respectfully solicited PIATTLIVERY AND FEED STABLE HAZEL GREEN KY H F PIERATT Proprietor lC3TIN CONNECTION WITH THE DAY HOUSE Special care taken of teams for Coning cial Travelers Parties conveyed to nn01l1 on liberal terms Patronage of the publiCN epectfully solicited II F PIEBATT Wblt Il tl tJljlfJPJIJ TIjE gREAT BjJS NESS TRAINING SCHOOL HOLDING SrdlJtd9JfrrPllI HusOatos or CRADUATts FINE 3bIIIlIUhpktJ oinc Ji7iklt1l IIJ RECOMMENDED BY THELADING BUSICtsS w fiimivt f rJ 9 M 1rB1iAlie In Hull Grim HMrsjys 0wHappinings A P Lacy k8 resigned MS position with the Racket gtorc flarvo Nickcll has resigned his place I In tho store of J T DItcThe per capita for the present schoolI year hats been fixed at 220IIThe hock lino between this point andI Torrent lots been indefinitely discontin a ued Every man In this section should lent- his 1to assistance in making the fair a big IUCCCM B F Thonws of West Liberty was n pleasant visitor to Tin HritAii office on Monday Howard Stamper prosecuted Hill HullI1 at this place Tuesday nod returned t Campton the same day Miss Minnie Day opened her school at the Gillasple school house Monday with an attendance of 25 scholars Mist Florence Quickuall will open lie i t school known as tho Amyx school of the State road fork next MOIItnyt Willie H Picratt was elected president of tho Y P S C E of this place at their last meeting by a unanimous vote Women who are weak nUll nenOURII who have no appetite Auld cannot sleep find strength and vigor in Hoods 8a1ll1LI parlUutThere will be a meeting of the fair as sedation at the grounds next Wednesday afternoon 20th inst Business of im t portance J Richmond Deljusk begun teaching the Sandfield school on State road I 011II day11o think Richmond will have a good school Copt Dickcrcon and Frank havens two commercial tourists of the genusI groceri were guests of the Day House Monday night I II W II IJInnfcctijliip the illness n fIj whom we mentioned last week is still1 quite ill but hopes aro now entertained1 I of his recovery The I lltl Fellows picnic U Torrent oft IIiI Frillwas a big MICCCS there being 11t coaches from paints tong tho ILtar 12 11ItI11t Wtllweatherhalf u imp saved I IIofIII I Jennings IBryan u lrCaLrai1XeX L I all the word illlplisItaut Tabor with the pseudonym per I Sam of Hothwell iKy is taking in the I sights of Ha7fl Green andwhat hell lice here before he gets away will bo aplenty I The attendance at the funerals of Mrs Samuel Cecil and Hush Cecil preached at the Chapel Sunday isI estimated at 1200 or liOO Quito a crowd attended I from this place Hon J C Lykins of Campion in this issue calls attention of his clients some especial matters and invites an in spection of some real estate of which he wishesI to dispose t Work on the truck at the fair groundsI is being pushed every tiny when permits anti it isi confidently expected that it will bo in prime condition at IeIlc opening of the fair Kiln the little daughter of our county I man and fcllowciti7cn K F Cecil has the thanks of the editor and his better for n mess each of roasting cars and string beans also sonic nice apples Notice is respectfully called to tho law cord of Charles Byrd which appears in this issue and litigants are requested to give him a show for his white alley as ho hasjust embarked in the profession II J IL F Pieratt lust week purchased the Jim Lacy property in this town and illa build his livery stable 72x22 feet on that In lieu of the site adjoining his store which ho had previously selected j The Wolfe county teachers institute will bo held nt Campion beginning gust 10 and continuing five days Professors Golf natal Marion of the Jackson Collegiate Institute will bo tho instruct tors A F Bvnn Co Supt j A surprise party was given to AvaSwango last Saturday nun n HKUAIII representative was ono of the pants but being acquainted with n few of those present can not give the names of pal who attended henco none ire mentioned A royal good time was I I bad by the young folks howeverII Something Qf a sensation was created our town Tuesday afternoon when four wagons containing strangers rallied through The first a one horse soring ngon contained a man woman and1I goldlettersI springsFollowing taining the driver and three or four hi clell Then another wagon with n basket marked in unmistakable letters I Danville Steam Laundry Then another with four young men anal the general opinion seemed to bo that It was show of some kind but no one appeared bo on to the fake Some one inquired IIII the destination of the nomadic tribe rural received for answer that they were going to Mapollin county For what is still the question among our citizens ad they may never know whoII I country is to take up the- o habit of writing for the newnpapera from their neighborhoods It is a pleasant dieIi I version as well as a profitable ono to theII mind nod greatly facilitates the passing of leisure moments Time spent iin 1 neighii as it cultivates detail und accuracy twoI things which a great many lack in the busy rush of life Then there is a MenJleI of gratification indescribable in reading something written by ones self Newspapers arc nearly always pleased to hear from any of their friends in the coulltrI and talc great pleasure in publishing the items of news they gather and sendI Ex The Standard Kitchen Cabinet is get ting quite popular in Wolfe sentry and Mr J A Lippp the agent reports great success in his canvass While at Camp ton a short time since he sold to Jos 0 Lykins Jonas F Yanxanl J B Hollon George W Lovelace Win H Tult John J Brewer Bracken Brewer Grant Sprndling J F Wilson and others Nearly everyone who examines the cabi pllrI II ill lIull was uti Tuesday tried before Sebastian for adultery with his f01ll1l11HulltII line Uolliii hash lawyer for tl dcfiiiM secured a new trial fur his client I sad the result will he awaited with inlcrcrt as thin1 who heardl the evidence think the verdict was unjust and not un cording to the evidence IlazilI omen Fair will begin Aug ustThe and continue four day 1T Tay for Day is president Win Clayton vic 01fI president and W II Pieratl secretary dlmtJ1lrwulIIfair or anything else they may take ItI notion to run which goes to show that till IHazel Green fair will be one of II1oiI best in the state Winchester Sun A letter from Klder J1 TI Pienttt states that ho is leaving a great lIuI1 ill at Cornwall hating had i1i airesMons and interest iis unabated His health iin gradually improving and he hUlKs by good rare to be all right again in the near futur- ellluttNUIrx j 71MU1 I SiKNiKi Couiiut Hazel Green Ky 0DCllr Sir KnUosed hind One Dollar Please extend my subscription and ex ruse me for taut sending sooner to Mrs Cooper toad all the folks OOI Yours etc JAK K D YII I rThe numerous friends of Mr Floyd1 Eastern Kentucky willI Diy throughout I pleased to learn that ho is improving While yet a very sick man he iis gratin ally getting stronger mill it will not b many days until he will bo able to b- about11inchrsler Democrat wGeorgc Coldiron whoso illness was last week reported in theseI columnsI iis now reported as being dangerously ill and his physician Dr Nickcll thinks there is onlysmall hope of his recovery InterJar Coldiron died Wednesday night about 10 oclock Jos P toe lust week sent to our omce sample of Michigan oats of which Iho land planted a field If the entire crup isi as good as the sample received Joe willI leave made a good investment Inclement weather continues to inter 11fClro materially with brick making at yard at this place to the great annoy iinco of tho Messrs James Lightning Hot Drops ISSWhat a FunnY Name Very True but It Kills All Pain elSold Everywhere Every Day IyWithout Relief There Is No PatsI I Do not forget the dotes yf the irtt August 25 26 27 and C8 EL4xI4 ITC E12 W SHORT STREET LEXINGTON KY LRegular Meals 25 cents Meals to order at nil hours Breakfast from 5 to 9 a m Dinner from 10 n m to 8 pm Supper from C to 0 p m Oysters Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken a Specialty GUS LUXGAR111O aIto LEE COUNTY Flncastlo Fishing AH there hats been no correspondence supposeiI try his place A C Jones opened school at this place on tho 20th inst nnd reports a large at tendance Misses Lizio nnd Norn Prater Alice f Morse and Messrs A C Jones and Sher snail Morse paid Jackson n flying visit SundayHon D S Godsey of your place was hero Friday making arrangements to move his sawmill to this place in the near future Your scribe had the pleasure of attend ing a big foot washing Went here Sun day There was n big crowd in attend once Lord much interest manifested The Beattyvllle and Fincastle baseball tennis will play a match game at this place Saturday Both places have good clubs and a lively game is anticipated W A Jones and wife have just re turned from an extended visit to rela tires and friends nt Hedges WinchllIter- lcxington Cincinnati and other places Nov J E Morse has just returned front Owsley county where he has been holding u conical of meetings with grand success May the good work go on is the wish of July 20 MotNTAix BOY FOR SALENecessity compels mo to unllcct nil that iso Injj tto me no I delitx that IIllwe All who lire hulrhtrthto me that do out nutteri I Mttlcmcnt with me at once will Ifind their notes or account in tin loads of an olliccr fur collection II wont to sell all the real istati IownI anil have control of roll +isthIg of two IIOIIMH had lots in Camp ton six arms of land in Campion out Itirm of sixty iiirrii one ami mirluilf miles tVotu Ciitii inii ami imir 1tv in Walnut rosy term IIJSCIll C 1111 1StII Campion Ky 1 111nOnAS it t Ct i ATTOUXKYATLAW I CAMPTON KY 1 fiTl ulleetiona a KjwcJMlty Y I VOIFH uniTY COTMT ciy Murphy plaintiff II versusotier i I C Itauhuy ut aL lefts I In 0111111 to nn order of Ifbr WolfV j CUljr IuUcLiu dUo ttlu1 vt rHJiIltlldMJi iifil CitiiiiuKfciioitr vill 1111111III lilt Wolfe Circuit Clerks oltUc in Campion Kv1 on TlmrMlny tin earl day of IIIhI c in hear nil tint liKul proof ollcivil lbt slay of the pa riles Interested I in lilis cac iiinl wM CoininlMioncr will tlnlcavnr from said proof to Milb titnle the UK I ill nod I KMnmont of MI C llmilsfy ilcccascil All 11 MIll IuUi tiil lii the IDI nifiii nf presentTiiIniv i 1i-i I1 P VANS A NT p riai I lIdjllllj rr e I DAILYJ HACK LING o nmvriN I Hazel Green and Torrent One HackI leavmrarh pliii IMMV worn tat1 Siindiivs cxcrptid at I FARE SI100 HWAY i payable III dvanee nt my olliei in Hazel Invln nod Torrent Inlermeiliate 1IItllliHI III proportioni to dixlancc or it per nl I sI ltaKifajrc Merchandise and lxprrss ill rents per UK pounds IeIeITWO LIVERY STABLESII One nt Torrent and one nt 1 Iii7ol Jrcan both of which tart Hiippllod with good tock null rigs for the ncciiiiiimidulinii of the traveling PllllllcIJCQfSpecinl attention to the nccoinino i dntioii of coiiiiucrcial trnvelerHnnd par ties convoyed to any point on rensonnble terniH Soliciting tho iiiitronagc of the public I ant vpeetfnlly elci TrvJYLOI D4Yt Wm McKinley Agents wanted to sail time Life and Spci chI rat ot McKlnlev with Proceed injjK of the St ij Iouls Convention 1latform of Party nndIIjI IllIIlhlr valuable information 320 pnerx with 20 full pageI illimtrationn 1rleelUlq halflI morocco 150 SIXTY iKK LENT DiscofXT TO AdlXTS Send I0 rents for rroipectuiij mid full particular and KO to work lit ollre1i You ran in your town Ad dress 1 S OgtlvicInliI hiiug louimnv 67 Hose utreet New York 12 Ip COMBS HOUSE CAMPION KY J B IIOLLON rnorniETon The jmtronnce of the trnvfllm public il I jitctlully Kolidiutl TuUiu tan hart said- every I I attention to the comfort of guests u Ur rIEd JTT- p Will soil you T- At tho following prices White Pearl Flour 220 per hundred Arbuckle Coffee 20 cents a pound Granulated Sugar 6 14 cts a pound- All other goods in proportion Congo anal HOC mo I will make you happy and you will fool like life is worth living I will sell you Homo of your goods or Bomo other mutt will give thorn to you Thia means a Cash transaction Dont ask for credit Respectfully H F PIERATT ai iL i jJ i iiJjllf t NOlnull nll f Li eanzntuxcZto01 H The Cheapest and Best School in Eastern Kentucky Tfle NBXI Session gSeptember II1896 I Full dmrfiis SustainedI in ICviry IVpardiUMit KxpotiHiM the Lowosl IJi4cipIlw th Kinniht Instruolion Thorough Special Goatees in Bible Shorthand antI Typewriting and Drawing also liitsiuoss Ir1qlr 4J JjUJ UvlT tjmi4mTitTnntiTrrnr- aiducationata iH jTiiiii l lI hinall iM Hl Oalaloguoand partiiulars 01X 11 r1t1 P tincil Lxro H JEW ETERPflISE I hating Soldany tnlllr II have pone into time Mll17 man iro s Y BUSINESS Ami nik time pntrnnnxp of till coiiuntinity I iniiko toad repair nil Undnot HitriiiHI amid Saddles nnd my pritOH are IIH low ilK the lowiMt JOHN H PIERATT I DINUFELDE- By WITHIJ ffl RobinsonNorlon GO Importvm nail Jobbers of NOTIONSiNest btl11est Mnin Street LOUISVILLE KY I OUOED FATFOLarSH hr pratIlclntirriTMi finrat liralili and lMniiiinr ouniilf lion Jliy- ticUni ami Miclrir lA lir ttuUrm It jtiniiiaiiiii curve PATIENTS TREATED BY MAIL conflilrntlallr Fur particular rdilrni with aUUUP DRC Vfl1RWRYIIIranlri1iICIeaj11I JA WAUXiKEEty JD Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY Surgery and obstetrics nnpcclnlty AHOWARD STAMPER ATTOIIXKYATLAW- CAMPION KY Will prurtlrf In the court of tVnllrrnd Hi HdjoInJig fuuiulv Alt business entruited to otare will receive prompt attention r WORMSI1 WHITES CRE- AMVERMIFUCE I P FOR 20 YEARS Has lod all WORM Romedlee- II EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED MOLD IIY ALL JKOO8T fr I- l tO IT LOrtl c THE ACCIDENTS OF LIFE Write to T 8 QBIKCEY Drawer ISO Chicago Secre tory of the STAR ACCUlnNTiCOMIAKV for Information rcgnrJIoit Accident Jniur ante Mention tads paper Jy to doing you can me membership fee Hat paid over 00000000 for accidental Injuries Do your own Agent Jo MEDICAL EXAMINATION RKQDDtBDi r I WantedAn Idea SPr- nld oar IdA t thv ma brtBIClIIWMIMI wtu1 I aIIvJraWI1 w Pa IAiy+r ullll O1tW cawII It IIMMfH a an t s k- ar r F H 1JE1tlE ALD A BPENCER COOPER lAibllBhet t sYlAZEL OBEEN t- rt t KY M4 FRIENDS Slow an I journey on from day to day 1 como on other wanderers In my path Roma sad somo singing porno In bitter wrathaAtirnE hO joinI ma foralittle way it Not alwaya very far Perhaps we seek That one step motes too IIloamI one t too fast v 1 j Some I have overtaken loved and pact d And Homo there are who would not watt for mo Some cross my march Just ooceacrolls the lawn I I hear a footstep wo hall almost meet r Alan We may not stay too long greet toIIf A nod a pleasant word and he la pone How many million friends there are wttor I lot- Keeps them outside my path for lifes short whllolIi Hut through the dlnlancc aril the dark i j smile 1 For I con love thorn though I leOHm no The Late Robert II Halo In N V lIde pendent TILE TWILIGHT MINE Ill 1AtI SIIOtT S for me I was just tint of the thou sands that came west to grow up with the country and not many moons otter hail good reason to he lieve that I wn gone up with till Country ln twd After awhile I drifted into Hold1 Cross camp It war in the days before Sold Cross hcul ccmc to the front II H a good thing ami the big mills tint ore nuts eating tit Hides out of the hills up there hadnt liien thought of The 1 boss were run ning rockers doxvn In the gulch hen and most of then didnt make more 1 between mcahi that they could eat mid drink up at grub time Third Tcally wasnt much life to the camp und moht of the Inhabitant xver the kind of people that try to snake you 1 licllcve till Almighty had picked1 them out for an especially favored brand of martyrs And It Will pretty quiet when IMen Hill Johnson came to t a- But Pien Hill woke up the atop 11111 WMsnt at more than one place at one time but his reputation was every where at once in the diggings and it Jf didnt improve with age either Wil liam wax dressed to kill Whenever moved you were opt to see the hjjI of another xviajMJii tint had 1In your observation Ibefore sticking out from some now angle II III record wtiii i worse looking tlmn he was which Iin saying a quad deal You might lily his i ugly looks to Mime dis cnsiition of Providence that you didnt quite see j j y the drift of hut fete people t+ ouldears I to charge II ills InshcnL111s utmuIn7ngliiitthe devil Sorrow cox his fdiadoxv and the walling of xx idoxvs rud the crying of orphans had followed him out of more than one camp Hut some how xx hen he struck Gold Cross the general air of condensed shlftlessnes Deemed to take the place of his usual original ensscdness sal Ixiug abovI working he just settled doxvu null dtank between meals anil IIt e lictwccn drinks III Finally one day he developed enough energy to climb up Bumper hilt which is first cousin to a precipice and is on the west side of the gorge After thnt lie mode several trips up there general ly after the sun had closed up his days Lushness and by and by he let It leak out that he had located n firstclass quartz claim on a ledge where the pitch I was not too steep to pill rock sun also u volunteered the statement that the name of his new bonnnn was till Twi light so christened because he found it bitter to work up there after night j Ills explanation being that it was too hot to do nay Jlocating or anything else up there in till daytimetcltlch ex planntlnn was probably us near the I truth ns he usually got In those days we mostly thought tint quart min Mug was the culling of archidiots 1 It being so much easier to rut a placer and so n good many of the IKIJS laughed ttt him on the sly but those who had lienrd of him most mill therefore worst juttt shook their heads tool surmised be wan up to something Xot being Interested in tin cemetery business they didnt try to investigate As for iixeii 1111111JocntlCl waited and waited I etiina to fold Cross on the hog trait and being discouraged with mining that didnt putt out boardbills tool the first job that offered itself which Imppenod to be that of barkeeper in tin Golden Oriole for when n man is A hundred miles from roxvhere with out money anti without friends hh conscience gets sleepy when there is a promise of bread and butter in sight unaccompanied by the prosj cet of n term Jnjnll- 1bc Golden Oracle wax in n niche In the side of th gulch where some en tcrprjsing idiots hud washed out a few fit hundred tons of lit in the hope of finding something riche but finally con cluded that there war more money and t- t r t riO Lodi1T aDle IIVH York In hnliring np- iUlic conches Tlien a j1ig pi4vtoter rom Sacrnmntof tppeuwl on the ccVe Dud judging froth the looks of the thirsty inhabitants thwt there were revcrai good openings that needed filling built a boan Jna ore on the ruin heedless of tiro tlel null shortly J afterwards there xxas revelry in ear load tots in that neighborhood It teas n pr ttysolid ensile fnr th se Nuys and rrgged up close on one cud to the sWe of the gulch An Mictinp jdttHo fur nlnhiii inspiration ht on end ef the big room Unit constitute 1 the Interior of the joint and I with the valuable slstacce of the bar fumshf tbe In spiration at the other eni There Was- a window at one end of the bur for sill of which was on a Vrrl with the burro trail that the mina hud spoiteil nU4ii at the irnoeent work of laying n JOUDdatian fur oiw honor and I use- Ltorture through It to axe upon the axvcinspiring w nery 0thle nail metll- itatr open the ixuutks of salon and- theI omfort ofsotltrde whenever the guein pot to hurting sold ar itmentH I ut e icfc other sodI commenced huoting mouthstl ittI reilly was n hip Institirion for Hold i Cross and the proprietor consumed I i tlIIwlltlllIrIIIIICCt on tioldin Oriole There was a big I ttIIItIt flown in the center which was I nni tints used fur an exhibition dance j nnd sometimes for laying out a corpse ti and surrounding it were n lot of small I tuhlo where the boys jtluyed poker I and ficdro for the drink The winI mug party in these gjimrx was given i rwny by tilt express agent who used to i hunt n standing Jour about twothirds i of tit bullion output of Hold Cross i outing through the ioten Oriole on 111011110111111111011 One day Pien Hill Tolnsons whit came to an owl The young fellow that got olf the tnge IIKO infernally green that I foiildn help looking him IIIIIJISIIIIof I swsyII pretty blur about thin and he mnde a kind of pleasiint eontrnst of colors I IiidntI no more than 1 1IId one Ill al Inne and sampled a little of our I I Patricks tt rsion si keprodueer I till IPixen H Johnson who was a j 1 j hlulII 1 j11 us folks And prcttv soon after I onserxid that hi wns she+ + ing till j youngster some of the t1l1rl sHcimens I Of frvemilling ore front his Twilight i III f 1herrfcII i hangng mound smiled ill a seisatis IrosxctsIr I1l knct I that if he had nay money some body would get it mighty quirk nailt iMsidex It lohnson uul enough to 1111I saver for without my tombstone 11111 lag lay rellection on his Huraeter So the innoiiiicemeiit iet day that he had iold a wo1tjiirdiliiuiist In 111 TvmTgirtTor1 eigiiteen hundred dollars to thiyunnghap from Itowiou was nott altogether a surprls Ard then withI a calm had satisfied air 11111 decreasedI the number of bin meals cnehttlf and1I loubled the nnntbo Iris drinks which vats equlvnlent to n notice thatt he vis beginning 0 celi brate TIll next 1tYn dar it rained molt the green omgcusH from till east scctiiei to thrive nut in tin damp for IIii workedpI nose developing his Hilled Twilight mine ahile the patrons of the iolden t Oriole speculated on what kind of a row he would make when he discovered I the Jolrif he ever did Vhei tIll wind t I j t liI Tilt OWXFlt OK Tilt TWIMOUT MIVK riulnntainsIhegatttic creek that tumbled through the comp guts into n torrent anl began to spread Itself promiscuously over the claims along UK bed The clouds went to work in disid earnest ami when you got out trout under shelter it wasnt a ditlleult job to imagine that some the nlllIIIIIIIItionI put out milchII And KO when Kddle FIXMHIIUI drip WllltlithrollI night the racket Inside didnt begin to compare with that which the creek now taking on the Curs of i river was making outside I felt neasy about that creel and wonderedif the fellows who had tucked their cabin up against J thehtllllldealtl tt t showed consk1erable horse sense after all Buc there was a sparkle in Ed lies eye anti such n joy In hs voice that I forgot nil about the creek for the time Wing when he 1 slammed the door and hove up to the bar Then he skipped over to where IMzen Hill was al orlHd in reflection and gin and held out to him n sack of i ore dill smiled after the fashion of t the evil one but when he went to illv in into the took ns big n change came over his fart us n landslide makes in theI side of a mountain In another minute we wire all examining mare of the I tlnest HKcimens of goldbearing ore that tax ever found in California There wasnt any doubt about it Hill John ons snit was merely spice for a irpuddingiIn William Ts na tnrv showed itself in his face but his PlensautItI I IITrmt a mighty yer and 1 am mighty proud that I tlievnyofII j wu givin yes n great thing hut biness- in other places wouldnt allow me to put in my tone on that lord besides 1 Ink n fancy to yer cz I allus did to smart young men and wanted yer to I come out on top ov the heap Hein nz Im a partner in this yere great luck siipposin we do n little celebratin Lets likker 111111111 then hey n little so shtil game to COlIIlIIll11or lIt this great ex cut Kreeman evidentlyI thought n little whisky would be a welcome change from glee niiuuntcr he hind been dab hlIr4 MKKKit t iv tiling in and pretty roon there was a Ilively fourhanded game in progress punctuated with orders for various Kindsi of refreshment Hut about tlmt time my attention was divided not to say scattered 1 knew that William of the tribe of lohnson was up to IIIHIC- evil job tin lie was getting the young stir whose strongest bctcrage befirc IIll crossedI the mountains had evidently hfcit cotVee n do must of the drinking ably1 assisted by the other two players but the storm outside seemed to be put ting up some kind of a bail job on all of us thud pretty soon the crowd com menced to tint ntltan11I could hear rile mingled sounds of profanity null splashing water as the miners stepped out by token of which I judged that i IItttillJtllrnllIl1I0I bur windou and unfastened till catch About the time the fun over in the cardpartys corner began to gut hilarii ous the wiitcr began to creep across tin floor in blunt rivulets looking like nine rosins seeking holes and the Jrl illlf th rneasy gucstssidledoitc rtingntyhl terested company in thecorncr It struck me that it was a good time of year for thrust to leaxe hilt a glance at Pion Hills countenance gave me to under stand that it wouldnt be altogether to my interest to mak such a suggestion rend besides the proprietor who wni peacefully snooiiig up in his cabin n the hill side wouldl give me an ever lasting foretold if I turned out juyiig patrons So I stayed with one rye on the window one on the party and bothI ors out for the storm The rixulrts on the flour had spread out and pretty KOMI we Maul a good foundation for a nntt torluin Talk was getting pretty moil arousal the card tmiblc nnd young Freeman tutu held a better flush than his hand could raise Hut even he noticed the it sinned to be risingtide fTme Rill lie remarked Dont xrint hie to get my fret vet Iesh go up in tin+ pinsmall table upon the large one and fol lowed after with their chairs Hooi hud mule thrust nil reckless nnd Hill lad an object worth taking risks for The candles flickered along the wall and the black water eddied beneath them They hind the table decorated with some large bottles tosave order ing and while I sat on the edge of tither aril longed for home sweet home the game went on Hills yellow luc looked more hCenon like thou ever and allIIIIIIfic water Hut it was n triumphant devil tint was looking out of his eyes and I knew that the Twilight mine was mighty near within his Hutches again Two of the players lad dropK olt errIwtrcllIrrlnrI i mid 11111 deliberately stacking his Ill of chips which had absorbed all tie others I thought you wiz n man ov nerve Siipposin yer are busted Wots the matter with the Twilight Im n gentleman nu I got tiauau 1 r spotied thar was others wot wuz pres ent Ef yer liar n good lion thars a mighty flue cha ce fer yen to show it I hey here a IcetP fortshun in chips an cut on the hill I her n third part en tlc Twilight Jest to show yen that Im a true sport an that no gent kin run er bluff on Hill Johnson whether lies I front Callforny or Illinoy Ill put up I them valyables agin yen interest in he I Twilight I didnt want to skeer eny body he added contemptuously ns ho- IIlW IJullns face grow a little whiter but I haint bin tist ter loin bizn s with enybody but men an never lied city expeerynce with chicken livcred cusses wots afeard ov the tlark Tire blood ran up into Freemans face till it was almost black ind Ills voice had the soup of n steel trap in it ns he quietly stud I take that bet And 1 dont want anything ut fair play either nail he laid n new revolver not lung from some store in Sacrainen to on the table Now Hill wits an expert with that weapon and so his smile grew a little more sardonic as he hitched around till one of his numeroiin destroyers was within easy grasp As fur me 1 sulk around Ihue counter an1 opened my private exit somewhat There ar times when we wish to be alone And ai the window slid up 1 heard a peculiar roara deep grow ling above the minor lackets of thu storm that made me wonder About that time Pien Bill Johnson net with the second of th three surprises to which he was treated that night He felt reasonably certain tie inf fairly MillerI that he had successfully fixed the cards but somehow that lxst laid plat didnt work uid Freeman spread out four mucus and a I king to Hilis three kings a jack and thelIlandreached for the window and as I dido the meaning of that growing rune flashed upon me I Suddenly there was a movement at I the table n lush in the yellow light amid Pien Hill had his marl covered Hisi voice sounded like the ripping of a busaw Yen would play Pien mil would ye but a nilghtyonrdrowaed the rest raid us 1 slid rapidly through j the window 1llt the building twist j j Mill shake and more thin once as I i I 1111111111Ulll 111II I i I i were straying along the side of the gulch trying to get an din of thu I amount of damage the watt rspout had- II dour I happened to glance up the side j of the hill and saw 1 Kdwatd Fneman- jjI1sqsitting on a pile of rocks and calmly wringing out an exceedingly IhllllpCOli i guess this fool wns hornedl to he hanged he observed after receiving r my congratulations 1 aver Hill lolin- jj suns hat hanging on a hush down tin gulch rtiiy he ndded and I think I the best part of him was saved lint I believe till the rust of the outfit n as III1lltlllII I THOSE BLOOMERS I How u Iliislmml Scriirril ICroiittH Ill roil ih lrKI Oh Grnrgr bust IItuulul iuvc tl + tal lilooiiurs siiiil little Mrs lUst in a fiijolliif toUt fill toy kilt vliy dont you tsar tliciii asked Mr IHtst J II thought you would never jivt your consent Yon saidsul ij lint my love times have changfI If otlitr ladies wear bluniucrs uhy should not you i Oil that is WIt of you Jeory I 1I1II reappear I transformed into n jaunty youth i i Ij That inyvife1 Whew said eorf Best to himself Then aloud So you had thrnlmill ready j Yes dear for my bieyelo if you v err agreeable I should wear theta to mill nnd to I 11111II should finish her housework and lit ready to rule her bike to market i I Her Jlrst experience was with n trnin i nt the back Iloor Say lioy Is the missus inti I am the lady of tine house tI Say younir feller youve got your nerve tn nun chase yourself Mr 11 Hlammed the door and looked It Then slur went to market Hero you dude feller stop pinehiiv them coweuiulMrs I snapped n 5tallkeeMr crUiII Ill black yer eye my pretty t yer dig yer lingers into them straw j berries rigeit serenmed nn old woman Going home Mrs Best had company I One of Jeorpes bnehelor friends rods up on his wheel and said airily ant toll yon by name yet but linvn K cigarette old tell nnd he extended his rake with an Impudent grin Mrs H went home as fast ns hpr wheel could spin mind hung her rig up1 in the nttio And she doesnt dream that her adventures wore the result of n little pcliiino on the part of her dear GrorgjIJtrolt Free Tress Vothliifr except what flows from the heart can render external manners truly PlcusingBlair tiThe Dog of the Seven Sleepers WRA named Katmir lie spoke who a human voice 1 PureI i tJthus1 HoodsSarsaparilla The One True Hood Purifier All rtnipgUti n Hoods PIliB cure oil Mvcr ins ZSceius i OFF FOR HIDDEN TREASURED Two expedition Organized for the Search of IxMt Wealth Recently a couple of expeditions hats started from San Francisco to unearth j rnyijOne a party of easterners has gone to San Miguel island 011 Santa Barbara to did the chests of SpauisU doubloons which according to tradition werelojt there years ago in the wre k of a Span ish hark The survivors secured their gold mind hurled it in ujcave close to the historic spot where Cahrillo landed and afterward going to the mainland were slain by the Indians Thu second epedition which IK backed by n hotel keeper in Stockton makes Cucos bland cfT thin coast of Central America its objective point urns island was onco the resort of pirates ttrd on it time talo goes some of the buceaiuers burled their riches The Stockton hntclkceper and his associates have pone to work Inn businesslike way They have secured a concession from the Nicaraguan government to farts the island fjranurn I anumIrout turn up will get what thCIII out of the land by gaming coffee So far Their search has been unsuccessful tho directions on the chart which Innate the pirates hoard having led to nothing Kepnrtrt A + miult suer Same During the Jameson trial in Lumlon 1the Monographic reporters had a hard lmeinesses IIn one instance a place IIs men tioned which appears in the1 depositions TheIi Sprint the lobe gentry todifn Jl this to Van Nit IlooriswinhelI while UieSuit simplified it to Van OudtHhhoornK and the Evening News boldly made one fear some word of it thus Vanoudtseha wanswinkle The rest of time reporters like prudent men declined it altogether Amii six years minVriiii I was rurcil1 by PlMVs Ci ui MAUVI TII M IS 21 j Uhii Arc Allegheny i ar Maivn lit 91- VloxesGood mnrnin Ilcnsnn How do Jlllildoll5illnrtisillfr Half A MILLIONDOLLARS To bo Clvon Away in Articles cl to the Users of Mair PouchCho- wing and Smoking The Only ANTI hERYOUS and ANTIDYSPEPTIC TOBACCOI FOLLOWINCI PICTURESHandioma Land fCBpeandJUnne mo + Fine Pastel Ficilmilei zLnd cairJtand Figure size SUxt Inches li alJccU Beautiful Venetian Scents Worke of Art lc v113e Inchei 4 rubjtctt Magnificent Waler Color Craturu After tat uoi tnlMo nzo 21x23 lnchri4 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shall not fall on the ground without your Father You see the Hible will not be limited in choice of symbols There is hardly a beast or bird or insect which has not boon called to illustrate some divine truth the oxs patience tilt ants In dustry the spiders skill tho hinds snrefootedncss tho eagles speed the doves gentleness andeven the sparrows meanness and insig nificauce In tho oriental countries noon but the poorest people buy the sparrow and cat Itso very little meat U there on the bones and so poor is it what there Is of it The comfortable population would not think of touch ing It any more than they would think of eating a bat or a lamprey Now says Jesus if God takes such good earn of a poor bird that is not worth a cent will He not caro for you an immortal We associate God with revolutions We can see a divine purpose in the discovery of America in tho Invention of the art of printing in the exposure ol the gunpowder plot in the contrivance of the needle gun in the ruin of an Austrian or Napoleonic despotism but it is hard to see God in the minute personal affairs of our lives We think of God as making a record of the starry host but can not realize the Hible truth thut lie Imows how ninny hairs are on our mead It seems a grand thing lor God to provide food for hundreds of thousands of Israelites in the desert but we can not appreciate the truth that when the sparrow is hungry God stoops down and opens its mouth and puts the seed In We arc struck with the idea that God illls the universe with Ills presence let can not understand how lit encamps in the crystal palace of a dewdrop or finds room to stand between the alabaster pillars of the pond lily AVe can not see God in the clouds Can we see God in the flowers at our feet We are npt to place God upon some great stage or to try to do it expect ing Him there to net out Ills stupen dous projects but wo forget that the life of a Cromwell an Alexander or a Washington or an archangel is not more under Divine inspection than your life or mine Pompcy thought there must be a mist over the eyes of God because lie so much favored Cesar Hut there is no such mist He sees everything We say Gods path is in the great waters True enough but no more certainty than He is in the water In the glass on the table Wo say God guides the stars in their courses Mug niticent truth 1 but no more certain truth than that He decides which road or street you shall take in coming to church Understand that God does not cut ipon nn indifferent Or uiisyiu pathetic throne but that lIe sits down beside you today and stands beside me today and no affair of our lives is so insignificant but that it is of im portance to God In the first place God chooses our occupation for us I am amazed to see how many people there are dissatisfied with time work they have to do I think threefourths wish they were in some other occupation nUll they spend rtgreltingtlmttI they got in the wrong trade or probes sion I want to tell you that God put into operation all the influ ences which led to that particular choice Many of you are not in time business that you expected to be in You started for tho ministry and learned merchandise you started for tho law and you are u physician you preferred agriiiilture sand you became a mechanic You thought one way God thought another Hut you ought not to sit down and mourn over the pastou are to remember that God arranged nil these circumstances by which you were made what you are Hugh Miller says I will bo a stonemason God says You will be geolog 1Itald goes out to attend his fathers sheep God calls him to govern a nation Saul goes out to hunt his fathers asses and before he gets back finds the crown of regal dominion How much happier would we be if we were content with tho places God gave usl God saw your temperament and all the circumstances bywhich you were surrounded and I be lieve nno tenths of you are in the work you arc best titled for I hear a great racket in my watch and I find that tho hands and tho wheels and tho plucesIOverhaul that watch and teach the wheels and the springs and the hands to mind their own business You know man having a largo estate Ho tgathers his working hands in the morning and says to one You go and trim that vine to another You go andweed thoso flowers to another You plow tho tough glebe and each one goes to his particular work The owner of the estate points time man to what be knows ho cat do best anti so it is with tho Lord- I remark further that God has ar ranged tho place of our dwelling what particular city or town street or house you shall live amereouttotopassthathouseIiuforesawyour thatoneofthecity Our house however humble the roof and however lowly the portals ls as near Gods heart as an Alhambra or a Kremlin Prove it you say Proverbs ill lie blesseth the habitation of the justI 1rOlnurl further that God orranccall friendships You were driven to ntthatou and sayHowI noluckt friendjustI angelstoMenIs yourChristianI tcblesshdngoutlhosome die it is only that they may stmul at the outposts of leaven to greet you I at your coming You always will have friends warm hearted friends magnanimous friends and when sickness comes to your dwell I whenIbe sympathizers when death comes there will bo gentle fingers to close the Jentlowe are compassed by a body guard of friends Every man if he has behaved himself well is surrounded by three circles of fricadsthose of tho outer circle wishing him well those in tho next I circle willing to help him while close up to his heart are a few who would die hnsI1 I I I the limit to our temporal prosperity The world of finance seems to have no God in it You lan not tell where a man will land The ailment full Vhc poor rise The ingenious full tho ignorant succeed An enterprise open Ing grandly shuts in bankruptcy while out of tho peat dug up from some Now England marsh the millionaire builds his fortune The poor mnn thinks it is chance that keeps him down tho rich man thinks it is chance which hoists him and they are both wrong It is so hard to realize that God rules the motley market and has a hook in the nose of the stock gambler and that nil the commercial revolutions of the world shall result in tho very best for Gods dear children My brethren do not kick against the Divine allotments God knows just how much money it is best for you to lose You never gain unless it is best for you to gain You go up when it is best for you to go up and go down when it is best for you to go down Prove it you say I will Horn viii js All things work together fort good to them that love God go into a factory and you see 20 or iO wheels and they lire fining in different directions This band is rolling off this way andan other band another tvayone down and another upYou say What confu lion in a factory Oh no all these different bands are only different parts of the machinery So I go into your life and see strange things Hero is ono providence pulling you one way and another in another way lint these are different parts of ono ma chinery by which lie will advance your everlasting fiend present well being Now you know that a second mort gage anti a third and a fourth mort gage are often worth nothing It Iis the first mortgage that is n good in vestment I have to tell you that every Christian man has a first mortgage on every trial and on every disaster had it must snake a payment of eternal adI vantage to his soul How many wor riments it would take out of your heart if you believed that fully You buy goods and hope tho price will go up but you ere in a fret mind frown for fear the price will go down You do not buy the goods using your best discre tion in time matter and then say 0 Lord I have done tho best I could I commit this whole transaction into ye ur hands That is what reli glen Is good for or it is good for nothing There are two things says an old proverb you ought not to fret about First things that you can help second things which you can not help If you can help them why do you not apply the remedy l If you can not help them you might as well surrender first dear brethren do not sitas last My any longer moping about your ledger do not sit looking so desponding upon your stock of unslIlnhlo goods Do you think that God is going to allow you a Christian man to do business alone God is the controlling partner In every firm and although your debtors may abscond although your securities may fall although your store may burn God will out of an infinity of results choose for you the very best results Do not have any idea yuu can overstep time limit that God has laid down prosperity You will neverfor your get one Inch beyond iL God has tie cidcd iow much prosperity you can stand honorably and employ usefully and control righteously and at the end of the year you will havo just so many dollars and cents just so much wardrobe just so much furniture just BO many bonds and mortgages and nothing more I will give you ono hundred dollars for every penny you get beyond that God has looked over your life Ho knows what is best for you and Ho Is going to bless you in tithe and bio s you for eternity and He will do it in tho best way Your little child says Papa I wish you would let mo have that knife Noj j youjj havo it lint you can not have it you reply Ho gets angry and red in I the face and says ho will have lit but you say he Khali not it Are you kind in keeping it from him So God treats Ills din dren I say I wish Heavenly Father to get that God says No inj child I say I must hove It God says You can not have It I get angry and say I will have itoilsays You shall not have it and I donut get it Is He not kind and loving and the bet of Fathers Do you tell me there Is no rule mend regulation in I these things Tell that to the teen wJjo believe in no God and no Bible VMl it not to met- A man of large business concludes to go out of his store leaving much of his investments in the business aunt he says to his sons Now I am going to leave this business in your hands Per haps I may come back in a little while and perhaps not White I am gone you will please to look after affairs After awhile the father comes back and finds everything at loose ends and tho whole business seems to bo going wrong lie says I am going to take poscssion of this business You know I never fully surrendered It and henceforth consider yourselves subor dinates Is he not right In doing it He saves the business Time Lord seems to let us go on in life guided by our own skill and wo mulCt miserable work of it nod comes down to our shop or store and says Things mire going wrong I come to tithe charge Inun muster and I know what is best and I proclaim my nuthorftc are merely subordinates It is like a boy at schoolwith a long sum that he can not do lie has been working at it for hours making figures here and rub Ling out figures there and it is all mixed up mend the teacher looking over the boys shoulder knows that he can not get out of it and cleaning time slate says Uegin again Just as God dues to us Our affairs get into an inextricable entanglement and He rubs everything out and says He gin again Is Ho not wise and loving in so doing- I think the trouble is that there is so large a difference between tho Divine and the human estimate as to what is enough I have heard of people striv ing for that which is enough but I never heard of any ono who had enough What God calls enough for- man man calls too little What man calls enough God nays is too much The difference between a poor man and n rich man is only the difference in banks Time rich man puts his money in the Washington bank or the Central bunk or tho Metropolitan bank or some other bank of that character while the poor man comes up and makes invest iments Fri tlicliiimik of hire who runs all the quarries all tho mines all time gold all the earth all Heaven Do you think a man can fail when he is backed up like that You may have seen a map on which is described in red ink the travels of the children of Israel through the des ert to tho Promised Land You see how they took this and that direction crossed the river anti went through the sea Do you know God has made a map of your life with paths leading up to this bitterness and that success through this river and across that sea Hut blessed he God tins path always conies out at the Promised Laud Merle that Mark that I remark again that nil those things that seem to be but accidents in our life are under tho Dlvlno supervision We sometimes seem to be going helm less and anchorless You say If I had some other trade If I had not gone there this summer if I had lived in some other house You have no right to say that Every tear you wept ev cry step you have taken every burden you have carried is under Divine inspection and that event which start led your whole household with horror God suet with perfect placidity be cruise lie knew It was for your good It was port of a great plan projected long ago In eternity when you come to reck on up your uiercicH you will point to that alllictiou as one of your greatest blessingsGod a strango way with us Joseph found his WilY to the Prime Ministers chair by being pushed into a pit and to many a Christian down is up Tutu wheat must bo flailed the quarry must bo blasted time diamond must bo ground the Christian must bo afflicted and that single event which you supposed stood entirely alone was a connecting link between two great chains one chain reaching through all eternity past and tho other chain reaching through all eternity future so small nn event fastening two eterni ties together A missionary coming from India to tho United States stopped at St Helena while tho vessel was taking water Ho had his little child with him They walked along by an embankment and a rock at that moment became loos ened and falling instantly killed time child WWi it an accident Was It a surprise to God Had he allowed his servant after a life of consecration to 1N L r come to such a trial Not such Is my I Gcd There nrd no accidents in the I Divine mind though thoy may seem so i to us God IU good and by every single Incident of our life whether it bo adverse or otherwise before earth and Heaven God will demonstrate Ills mercyI n man 61YUlhnt idea belittles God You bring Him down to I moreIthings than I have in great things rime mother docs not wait until tho child has crushed its foot or broken its arm before she administers sympathy The child commies in with tho least bruise and the mother kisses it God does not wait for some tremendous crisis in our life but comes down to us j in our most insignificant trials and throws over us the arms of his merey I Going up the White Mountains some years ago 1 thought of that passage in I the Hible that speaks of God us weigh lug mountains in a balance As I looked at those great mountains I thought can it IHJ possible that GOt can put these great mountains in scales It was an idea too great lor mo to grasp but when I saw a bluebell down by the mules foot on my way up Mt Washington then 1 understood the kindness and goodness of God It IIs not so much of God in great things I cnn understand but of God in little things There is a man who says That doc trine cumin not be true because timings do go so very wrong I reply it is no in I consistency on tho part of God but n luck of understanding on our part I hear that men are making very fino shawls in some factory 1 go on tho first floor and see only the raw mate rials and I ask Aril these tine shawls I Lure heard about No says the manufacturer go up tc the next floor and I go up and there I begun to see tine design Hut tine man says Do not stop here go up to thu top floor of tine factory and you will see the idea fully carried out I do so mind having como to tho top see the complete pattern of an exqui site shawl So in our life standing down on a low level of Christian ex perience we do not understand Gods dealings He tells us to go up higher and higher until wo begin to under stated tine Divine meaning with respect to us and we advance until we stand at the very gate of Heaven and there see Gods idea all wrought outa per feet idea of mercy of love of kindness And we say lust and true are all the ways It in fill right at the top lie member there IIs no Inconsistency on tho part of God but it is only our men tal and spiritual incapacity So my dear friends this day take homo this subject Ho content with such timings as you havo From every grass blade under your feet learn tho lesson of divine care and never let tho smallest bird flit across your path with out thinking of the truth that two sparrows uro sold for a farthing mend one of them shall not fall on the ground without your Father Blessed be Ills glorious name forever Amen INTERESTING ITEMS- KtKCiTicirrhnsIatcly bpcn appttod to the euro of stammering with complete success LIKUT It K PKAIIV is at Halifax N S looking for n steamer in which to embark on his Arctic exploring ex peditionKciiKit was the greatest practical astronomer lie discovered the laws and determined the orbits of most of time planets TUB Kndeavorors of Union S C dur lug tho warm weather are distributing fans bearing a list of church anti Chris than Endeavor services TIIK most famous of ancient sculp tors was Phidias Ills work in tho Parthenon remains the admiration of artists and sculptors to time present tiny UrnvoH AYHKS is going to erect a monument to Garibaldi It will be ap propriate as Garibaldi spent i12 years of his life fighting for South American freedom Mns SUSAN GATKS YOUNG a daugh ter of Hrigham Young is a progressive Mormon woman Shim is the editress of the Young Womens Journal published at Provo Utah A WHITMAN Mass floriculturist Iis being laughed at because he planted the contents of a box of pills in his garden Instead of seeds und then worn tiered why they didnt grow Tins Armour Packing Co has been sued at Syracuse N Y to recover SI JiOOO in penalties for alleged viola tons of time oleomargarine law in run OilS parts of New York state FULLY 12000 bicycles were in a New York parade a few days ago They moved up the Boulevard and through Riverside park Time parade was wit nessed by pore than 100000 people IN at least one city in tho United States Montpellor Vt a locomotive tire hangs in a church tower anti is used as n fire alarm gong giving very clear and penetrating sound when struck by time striker AT present tho total forest area of the United States is 20 per cent of time total Tunis docs not include Alaska and the Indian reservations Wo consume approximately 24000000000 cublo feet of timber annually Diu CONAN DOYZK since his return from the Soudan has been staying at Hindhcad Eng Time latest work that he has undertaken is a play in which his collaborateur is Jnmes Payn who has lately resigned tho editorship ot the CorahilL j r 1 l t TRAINING OF BIRD DOGS Are Taught Nang Uoe4 riualltlM tYyrrayWatching the OiiAw Canine A novel theory of bled dog trainln Is advanced by un cfcptvrfcncell haritw nndlrnlnW Gedrge Kennedy lIe ayif Wo nil know how few and far between the good dogs are whether good bad or Indifferent trainers Lure hud them in n Lund Not one out of a hundred is to well trained that he has sense of his own It filly bo possible that we may IHJ training our hunting dogs wrong Those dogs that trained perfectly hail no sense of their ovvu and those that I halftrained had more sense were better w bird finders but each of them had sonic canlneldjpsyncrasy tint brought hint down below the level of tho desirable dog A The truth of the iimttcrvjic thinks H that training deadens itIipdogH mind ItI Incomesl automatic and when a novel dilemma arises it has no reasoning fac fillies with which to meet tine emer gencyI nm half Inclined Mr Kennedy says to believe that tho wny to train u dog is to let him learn from his nu pcriors that is from the bent dogs pov slble That Is a slower process but It excludes any sort of human laterfer race So fur nn my experience and oh Mrll t Ion little gone It takes at least two years for an old dog to train ot teach a young one Ho learns in this manner to point back retrieve anti range find no other dog can range like the eelftuiight or dogtatiglit ranger He goes like time wind and hunts for birds every minute with a single eye to find them To have a noun touch n dog is like having a phonograph teach n child The best dogs for hunting pur poses fire those which art thinkers Ip in the Adirondack mountains pupa are taught to inn deer by turning then loose with an old hound An old hunter likes to show time youngsters how to handle n gun accurately timid carefully The old hound delights in an oppor unity to sinew the young ones how to find and follow a cold worm or hot trail There are dogtaught hounds In the Adironducks that will follow a trail v well as miry In the world Tutu dog trainers are thinking hard about Mr iKennedys suggestion Forest and StreamFARMERS OF NORWAY This I r house Are Miirveln of Clcnnllnrtli- iml llutnl ii Ureat Tlirifl Tine furniture consists of a barn tablet sort of wooden sleeping lx x live feet lour inches long filled with straw an unvarnished wooden chair and a low bench lined to the wall round two sides of the room On It III the gaylypalntc boxes of the family each member ap parently limiting his or her private chest hearing the name place of abode turl date of birth of Its owner along with some more or less Ibarbaric design On a row of pegs placed not fur from the ceiling and extending nearly around the apartment liming the Sunday clothes of the family n suit to each peg time trousers Ilegs dangling down find late on in the dusk looking us if some un fnrtunateJeyllle lUWJJJtclWiclvclJ in a row There is no carpet no wall paper no lath or plaster All Is good honest wood above below and mill around no varnish no polish no stain no paint not even on the furniture No two pennyhalfpenny omit inmch weather boarding or halfInch match hoards us we use In Kngland but great solid plunks and boards which will stand the wear and tear of cenlurlcs On thIS windows and minors alone is n llttli paint a kind of white outline Inn corner of the room stands IL very old kettledrum and how mill why mich nn Instrument of warfare lens a place in this peaceful dwelling is for the tine beyond my comprehension There um two big windows In one of which a pane of glass 1 Is w untingind Slvcrt tells ma that the family are greatly concerned thereat on my account be it under stood for much ventilation is deemed an evil thing out here An oval rusty ton Itlltlt1wconcerned leaving ample room for frcih air at the corners so the matter Is soo- nsettledChnmhers Journal A Uimeniti llt Putt was un Irishman and he was try lug to ridi n bicycle Tine pesky wheel as he put it wouldnt stay straight but wriggled this way and that every now and then landing him in a heap on the rondoA number of people gathered around to see the fun At lost however he got started fairly well und wns moving nlong smoothly when the wheel gave a lurch and hi attempting to recover himself ho nmdu a desperate lunge and over he went i A policeman run up and after straightening hl1out demanded that III give nn account of himself Faith smith Pat Id lolke to see any man give an account when he urns once lost his balance Harper Hound Table- Vorkerain tho Vineyard Spokesman lilt donation partyMr loodpastor time principalI donation of the evenln hasnt arrived owlet to Home delciymin tine railroud Its n piano for the parsonage MrGoodpaxtor delighted A planpt Yes an Its n good cntt too We beg that you will receive it as un cccpi esaloa of our regard mud wo only a tk that ns a good many of the donators Bevels y any pianos of their own you will uilov their darters to use the parsonage piano to practice onNu WccUy 11 1 I h I j 1 L t r- y Iu I PATENTS MEDICINES LFOR SALE At This Office 5 LINCOLN TEAr If you have any derangement of the Liter Kidneys or Stomach if yourI 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beast 50 cents a bottle u 0Dr Swans Celebrated l Liver Kidnev Cure I An indispensable household remedy dlsordcredlcondition I els kidney difficulties and blood derange ments 50 cents a bottle 0 Dr SwansCascara Pills A specific for biliousness headache dispepsia indigestion and other kindred ailments 85 pills 25 cents 0 National Specific For Malaria A substitute for Quinine Cures all forms of malaria intermittent fever settraJgU tct etc 25 pills 26 cents A IMI of Wceme I At the recent ovation in honor to W J Bryan on his recent visit to the horn of his childhood at Salem Ill the fol lowing lines written by Mrs Goodenow wife of a prominent Republican wereI sung to the tune of Marching Througl Georgia by the entire populace Democrats and Republicans all joining in the chorusWe a song of welcome now To Salem chosen son May every heart and soul today In every truth be one Let party lines be blotted out And old dead issues burled While all shout the chorus for Bryan cnonvs Hurrah hurrah for Southern Illinois Hurrah hurrah for Marion county boys Grandly true and eloquent fearless as n lion To Salem chosen son William Bryan We feel our hearts go out in love To him who as a boy Mingled in our childhood sports And shared our every joy Schoolboy days are near forgot Nor early manhood trials Weve shared with our hero William Bryan Chorus Hurrah hurrahetc So give the hand of fellowship With true and hearty will And may our land he blessed with men As noble Iour Bill May nil men feel that nations good poerIThough the mean be McKinley or Bryan Chorus Hurrah hurrah etc Spoons Free To All I read in the Christian Standard that Miss A M Fritz Station A St Louis Mo would give an elegant plated hook spoon to anyone sending her ten 2cent stump I sent for one und found it so useful that showed it to my friend and made 13 in two hours taking order fur the spoon The hook spoon is a houses hold necessity It can not slip into the dishor cooking vessel being held in the place by a hook on the back The spoon is something housekeepers have needed ever since spoons were first invented Anyone can get a sample spoon bending ten 2 cent stamps to Miss Fritz This iis a splendid way to make money around home Very truly JJ1 JEANXETTE S For every guldite paper that bolts the Democratic nominees a Republican paper in the west declares for them Thus this thing of bolting will about ever up The Denver Colo News heretofore a strong Republican sheet conies out squarely for Bryan and Sewall And the News has a great deal more influence it its section than the CourierJournal has in its How a WOHUB Paid Her Debts A lady in Lexington says I am out of debt and thanks to the Dishwasher business In the past six weeks I have made 530 Every housekeeper wants a Dishwasher and any intelligent person can sell them with big profit to himself The Dishwasher is lovely you can wash and dry the family dishes in two minutes and without wetting your hands You can get particulars by addressing The Mound City Dishwasher Co St Louis Mo There is big money in the business for an agent I expect to clear 4000 the coming year I need the money why not make it Miss C E In 1873 when silver was demonetized there was not a tramp in the United States Now after twentythree years of the single gold standard fully one fourth of the people are idle and hungry Sound money is full of promise to the car but full of sorrow to the heart The Standard Kitchen Cabinet for which Mr J A Lipps is the agent for this county is one of the most convenient articles for the culinary department that has ever come to our notice It is com different kitchen toolseighteenboxs receptacles which if bought separately would cost much unhnndyIeconomy and beauty With it there is no vermin no dust no dampness no must no insects no mildew It saves time saves health saves sweeping saves waste of material saves thousands of steps saves stooping saves evaporation saves scrubbing It is a beautiful piece nnykitchenway it is immediately in hand and need dayforThe American farmers are almost a unit for the free coinage of silver The single gold standard has nearly ruined tho farmers of the United States as it has ruined tho farmers of England And when the farmers are in a bad slmpo everybody else suffers because of the law of the solidarity of society Store House For Rent I have a first class brick store house situated on one of the best corners in Hazel Green which I desire to rent John M Roso has closed out and quit the goods business which leaves n fine opening for a first class store Call and or address G B SWAXGO May 6 189C Hazel Green Ky Qihntorrys Forecast Four years ago Mr A 0 Quisenberry of Washington made a forecast as to the result of the presidential election and the prediction was verified on the final count almost to the very figures Under date of July 11 1896 he writes to the Winchester Sun as follows As I have some credit in your part of the country as a political prophet lI want to strengthen it by putting in the following prediction as to the result of the coming presidential election It seems to me at this time that McKinley I will be the worst beaten man who ever I stood for the presidency In my opin ion it will be a safe bet that no one can name ten states that he will carry though he may carry more than ten The trouble will be to name them FOIIKCAST OK IKKSIDKSTIAI KIKCTIOS Rude July 11 18DO Total number ot votes 447 Necessary to a choice 224 STATES CKUTAIX FOB MCKINLEY Massachusetts 1 5 Pennsylvania 32 Rhode Island 4 Vermont 4 I Total 5j STATES CKUTAIX lion 1IHYAX AlabamaiI Arkansas 8 California 9 Colorado 4 Florida 4 Georgia 13 Idaho 3 Illinois 24 Indiana 15 Kansas 1 0 Kentucky 13 Louisiana Si Michigan 14 Minnesota II Mississippi 9 Missouri 17 Montana 3 Nebraska 8 Nevada i3 North Carolina 11 North Dakota 3 Oregon 4 South Carolina 9 South Dakota 4 Tennessee 12 Texas 15 Utah 3 Virginia 12 Washington 4 Wtst Virginia C Wyoming t Total 271 llOUllTFfl STATES Connecticut 6 Delaware 3 Iowa 13 Maryland 8 New Hampshire 4 New Jer sey 10 Total 44 Probably for McKinley Maine 6 New York 36 Ohio 23 Wis consin 12 Total 77 Probably for Bryan SUMMARY Bryan 348 McKinley 99 Majority for Bryan 249 Winonester Bank WINCHESTER KY N II WITIIERSPOON President K D HUNTER Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 This Bank solicits the accounts of men chants farmers traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky sad offers Its customers every facility anJ the most liberal terms within the limits of legitimate banking octl8lY TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK- MT STERLING KY 0 CAPITAL 200000 I SURPLUS 30000 0 J M BIGSTAFF President G L KIllKPATKICK Vice President W W THOMSON Cashier 0We respectfully solicit the business ofmer chants tanners traders and business men cnerall Eastern Kentucky A general banking business done Give us a yourhecksW W THOMPSON Cashscr J SEITX W WITH W M KERB CO IODBKRS Hardware Agricultural Im tents IRONTON O ElB3IAUPIN REEDE PEEBLES Co WHOLESALE DRY GOODS NOTIONS Ac Ac PORTSMOUTH OHIO FLOYD BYRD A Campton K- yATTORNEYATLAW rAbstracts of title furnished collec Ions made and prompt returns guaranteed DayitJ j l Keeps n full line of fiili Watches ltiJJ1and I HCLICF LIGnlNINGi II Si 11IJM HIWENSUS PRACTICAL 1111 I Vooaoo Jeweler and I 11 HAZEL GREEN Jewelry Spectacles Fine Watches and Gold Syeotaoles a Specialty anythinginFine Silverware us we can save you big k= = = HftZEL GREEN fjiR August 26 2627 28 1896 1s rai1iiiii i s t Three 230 Daces Open to tna WorIV Entries to close thirty 80 days before the race National rules to govern racing and also the manner of making entries NO CHARGE FOR FLORAL HALL EXHIBITS TAYLOR DAY President WILLIE H PIERATT Secretary o1= jjDAY HOUSE Ii L Green Ky th jj MRS LOU DAY Proprietress The table the best market affords and rates reasonable tI d tSTPieratta Livery Stable in i connection j J1 T= T T TMfH THE HERALD THE J T DA- YBOLLHRMILL I now have my Roller Mill In first class order and guarantee as good flour as can be made on any mill in the State where good whent Iis furnished- I will buy Wheat at the Highest Market Price or exchange Hour for wheat on as reasonable terms as any other roller mill in the state lint I positively will not buy or grind any smutty or musty wheat as it would work to the disadvantage of the mill as well as those who furnish good wheat I will state that IIUU the sole proprietor of the mill anti I will thank any of the to report to me any cause of com plaint they may have from any employe of the mill nail I guarantee to satisfy all just claims as I intend to deal fair and liberal with the people and trust they will favor me with their patronage as I feel this is an enterprise for the good of the entire corn munlty Thanking the people for their liberal pat ronage I urn very respectfully J T DAY T COLVIN W WITH TRIMBLE BROTHERS WnOIesaI8 GrOOerS MT STERLING Y P r iirnitii1ithiminirniIIT mINSTANT ntilTflmr r i nOI DROPS I CURES Colic Cramps Diarrhoea Plus Cholera Morbn Nausea ChaBCes or Wattrttc HEALS Cuts Burnt Bruises Scratches of Animab Serpents Bugs etc BREAKS uPBsdcoldslaTpdppeIalaenssCroup l HERB Watchmaker IfJJRepairing see races all 1e w I jj the t will patron mill Btu KY iiI o t hQQQIJ i of Millinery Notions Dress Goods und Fancy Groceries x to which the attention of the public is invited and theirf patronage solicited it itMRSI LOU DAY 1 T TaiT= vvS THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM IN EASTERN KY TIBLERSPIBBUOK OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT ES A SURE and CERTAIN CURE known for IB yoars as tho BEST REMEDY for PILES GOLD BY ALT DRUGGISTS rrs utd zixiiDSON KtD CO S toJt3 Why not be your wn Middlemanrj Pay but one profit between maker asd user and that a small Just one Our Big 700 Page Catalogue and BfJftJ Oxide proves that its possible WelgbS 1S pounds 1000111ustrntlons acscr1bet and tot lsthe ono proftprtcootover40OB0 artlclc cerytblng you use Woaaadlt for 15cents thats not for the book but to pay pnrt ot tho postngoor OCP re and keep off Idlers You CIUltgct1t quick MONTGOMERY WARD CO The Store ol All the People 111116 Michigan Ave Chldl FOR ALL InN THE HERALD OF JOB PRINTJ G