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SPENDER COOPER Ownor and Editor SEVENTH YEAR Hazel Green HeralE Of a Noisy World With Nows From All Nations LnmbTing at His Bnok SIOO A YEAR Always In Advance HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY A FRIDAY AUGUST Winchester 28 1801 NUMBER 23 that KENTUCKY CENTRAL RAILWAY IMItK OKAH8 HOUTK ANNIHILATION jI JRrlC JE Si OF o- - OVER THE WORLD IN A WEEK STATE SUNSHINE AND SHADOW is tho only town GREAT STOCK TAKING SALE OF CLOTHING -- o AT o- - tOUISGUS STfiWS PRICE CUT IN TWO READ OUR PRICES READ OUR PRICES READ OUR PRICES Our 750 Suit worth 15 Our 10 Suit worth 20 Our 15 Suit worth 30 Our 20 Suit worth 40 Our 1 Undershirt marked down to 50 Cents Our 1 Drawers marked down to 50 Cents Our 2 Undershirt marked down to 1 Our 2 Drawers marked down to 1 strange freak of lightning was witnessed by a number of peoplo nt Pottsville Pa recently A ball of lire struck n brick house owned by Charles Rower and wont down into tho earth to a distance of thirty feet It followed tho foundation and came out of tho ground directly under n bucket which was standing at tho other side of the house Tho bucket was broken to tricces but tho houso was not damaged New York had a terrible case of hy- Â¬ drophobia tlio other day whore tho pa- Â¬ tient foamed nt the mouth struggled like u lunatic and barked liko a dog And yet to tho surprise and disgust of his physicians ho recovered But now that wo think of it hydrophobia which means hatred of water often leads up to When Mrs Sam Smythc of Wave land Ind awoke the other morning she was horrified to find the dead body of her husband lying by her side He had burst a blood vessel and died from in- Â¬ ternal hemorrhage while she slept AND SOUTHWEST FAST LINE BETWEEN LEXING- Â¬ Neaii Owonsboro B Uazolwpod shot TON AND CINCINNATI and killed JohnFittsas a result of an JtiBrSoHfimiLK in Effect May 10 1891 old quarrel No 3 No The police judge of Crab Orchard South Uoind No 1 Dally5 Acconi Dally Daily called tho town marshal n liar and was Express Fst Lo Ex Sun Cincinnati shot down in return Lo 8 10 am 8 00 pm 3 00 pm COVtllLtOll 8 18 nin 8 03 pm 3 00 pin W R OMalmjy a saloon keeper of Purls An 11 18 urn 10 23 pm 0 10pm 12 lOnn 11 00 pm 7 00pm Middlesborough was fatally stabbed by Lexington ran 0 15 pm 1125 am David Worthington Winchester ter enforces the minor cigarotto law sxaBsaeksaassssESKaxi Haut county is suffering from an or Â¬ SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE ganized band of smoke house thieves FROM CENTRAL KENTUCKY A Lady of Carroll county sold last TO ALL POINTS year from two cows 309 pounds of but Â¬ NORTH EAST WEST U The iron furnaces at Middlesborough BOYS DEPARTMENT All goods marked in Plain Figures We will cut them in Half which means 50 cents on the Dollar r Good Summer Coats at 20 Cents Mens Seersucker Goats 50 Cents Worth 100 to select from ijw LgjpThis is an opportunity once in a lifetime Re member you have the best assortment in Kentucky Joseph Hamber a slater from Chi Â¬ cago while nt work roofilng a tower at Lawrenceburg Ind fell a distance of fifty five feet He was picked up for dead but in a short tinio recovered and said he was not seriously hurt John Hnuk n young farmer living about four miles east of South Charleston Ohio tried to chop a squirrel out of a tree The hatcher slipped almost sev- Â¬ ering his leg at the knee He will prob- Â¬ ably be a cripple for life While Grant Adams and Henry Walaman were engaged in a drunken fight at Wellston Ohio the latter struck Adams with a brick fracturing his skull and knocking out his left eye He can not recover John Sewald who surrendered him self at Sacramento four months ago stating-ho had murdered two wives in NeÂ¬ braska has been released by the author- Â¬ ities eastern officials having taken no action Â¬ Louis mmkmim Crixs Straus 2 Leading Clothiers of Lexington Ky At Milton Ind Tom Dodd was shot and seriously wounded by Oliver Geoiioe W Read n prominent citizen John bartender in a saloon in resisting of Glasgow and formerly city marshal Superior Facilities for the Higher Education of Young an assault made by Dodd and a brother died last week from the result of wounds Ladies The ninth annual reunion of the received in 1880 while attempting to ar Delightful Home Central Confederate soldiers of Missouri was held rest some drunken negroes First class in all appointments at Kansas City Three thousand men Location Six Departments The Secretary of tho Interior has is who wore the gray were in attendance COMMERCIAL ENGLISH CLASSICS sued a warrant to tho Governor of Ken Â¬ MUSIC ART SCIENTIFIC At Kane Pa an engineer and fire- Â¬ tucky on tho United States treasury for Terms Reasonable Send man were killed by a collision with a tho sum of 10000 for tho second pay Â¬ New Buildings and Furniture freight car which two unknown men PEAKCY President for catalogue S ment for tho agricultural school fund caused to run down a steep grade WINCHESTER KY je268m During a thunderstorm ono night Inst George Meyers aged 8 of South week tho houso of James Devine nt Charleston Ohio swallowed a couple of pins and although they were extracted Nicholasvillc was struck by lightning and sot on lire The family was badly he is in a dangerous condition shocked and Dcvino was so stunned that Josep Thun of Cincinnati was fined DEALER IN ho was barely able to escape 10 and costs for cruelty to animals in and n fnlllffrlniiHiirQl A okeat peach growing bolt is Hardware Queensware Tinware linoofaQrHBNuumiui Imnfamitnfo saturating n rat with coal oil and cremipiouromoi found in Hardin county ou the range mating it Vulcan Chilled Plows best made Evans Triple Harrows called Muldraughs hill Here stretching Frank Gammon a colored man of Whiteleys Solid Steel Binders and H F Aviuiy Sons Steel Plows Knoxvillo Tenn was bitten by a pet back into the country is found orchard Mall Mitchell Cos Steel Hill Mowers Ticjer after orchard and overy road goes past Columbia and Granoer Sulky rattlesnake and died in a few hours side Plows Hay Rakes acres and acres of peach trees falrlv Impuoved Malta Double Shovel onco a prominent Gub Drahmnn Cooks Patent Evaporators Plows weighted down with soma of the finest politician of Cincinnati Ohio was found Pioneer Cane Mills Oliver Chill and South Bend Plow Havens peaches in the country so buyerH say Fish Bros Celebrated Wagons REIAIR8 dead in a cheap lodging Iioubc 5 Ton Wagon Stoddards New Climax and Tiger Jones U S Standard a written guar- Â¬ The south end of Funk Andersons TJiomas Scruggs of Jcfiernonville Scales price 60 with Diro Harrows new ilouring mill at Danville in which Ind who disappeared ten years agor reantee for f yearH Evans 2 horse Corn Planters was stored in Hour bins 8000 bushels of turned unexpectedly The largest ntork of Cook and Heating Stoves of any house In Eastern Kentucky wheat and several hundred bushels of The peach crop of Delawaro is so Specialty plentiful that the surplus is being fed to shelled corn gave way precipitating tho Cutlery Shears and Builders Hardware a contents into the street A colored man the hogs East side S Mnysville Street MT STERLING KY named Ben Pcllmnn who with a spring At Anderson Ind Ben Bass an wagon was waiting for somo Hour was amateur ran one hundred yards in 11J buried in the grain and badly injured Â¬ liSlli iiligi W Near Laporte Ind G W Keith line while drunk abused Harry Lewis a farm hand employed by his father Lewis stabbed his assailant with a pocket knife inflicting a serioiiB wound Officer Rollings of Philadelphia is said to be the largest policeman in tho United States He is six feet eight inches in height and weighs 840 pounds Stanford 7 00 am Lancaster 7 50 am Richmond Ar 10 15 am Jelllco Lo Scb 8 15am on exhibition Williamsburg 8 50 am Corbln Ar 55 9 a In tho trial of Richard Gentry for Cumbd UapLe HhWS 0 35 am 0 33 am --0the killing of John B Sandifcr at Lan- Â¬ Middlesborough 2 BiU 0 58 am 0 25 am MMM caster in July the Jury returned a ver- Corbln Livingston Ar 11 05 am dict of not guilty Livingston Le IHlM 11 15am S T Bickfoud proprietor of the Richmond Lo 0 05am 12 40 pm Park Place Hotel at Middlesborough Winchester Ar 0 55am 1 4upm Paris 7 45 am 2 33 pm has absconded leaving debts to the Lexington Lo 7 00 am t uu pm 3 45 pm Paris 7 53 am 2 45 pm 4 25 pm amount of 2000 Covington Ar 10 40am 5 40 pm 0 37 pm Central City has a town ordinance Cincinnati Ar 10 55nm 5 50pm 0 45 pm against selling liquor Del Vick sold in v juunson Trav Pass Agt violation of it and was fined 90 in one Cincinnati Ohio 8 R Knott c P Atmork case and 60 in another Traffic Manager Gen Pass Agt General Offices Louisville Ky While bathing in Dix river James rt8 Chamber of Asst Gon Paw Agt Harvey Brown a prominent lawyer of Office FAn Mosk Commerce Buildings Lancaster was taken with cramps He Cincinnati Ohio No 2 Dally to all points except Rowland was rescued but died soon after Division which is daily except Sunday The ex Confederate soldiers of Owons- Â¬ No l Runs daily from Lexington to Cin Â¬ boro are making great preparations for cinnati No 2 Runs daily tho annual reunion of the Orphan Bri No 5 Runs daily from all stAtlnriR ir cept the Rowland Division which is dally gade at that place September 9 except Sunday The American wheel company hnving No 3 Daily except 8unday No 4 Dally between Cincinnati and Lex Â¬ a plant in Louisville and other cities ington has failed 4100000 assets liabilities Nos 2 and 0 make connections at Win Chester for points on tho N N M V E D 1800000 Dull times tho cause No 2 Carries through cars from Clncln nati to Pendleton countys record has an- Gap and Middlesborough and Cumberland all intermediate stations and runs other mans blood added to her list drwly James Blatchford was shot from ambush IN EFFECT MAY 18th 1891 by one supposed to be Dennis Finn and WMfMM his two sons THE -3Â¬ Q made a trial of machinery on August 20 with moro than satisfactory results A imiCK fell four stories squaro on top of a Paducah negros head Tho ne gro took a drink and went to work again It is said that Gov Buckner will re- Â¬ move to his old homestead in Hart county as soon as his term of office ex- Â¬ pires Lexington- will have a big dog show next month Dogs to tho number of 1000 from all parts of the world will be - Richmond Livingston Ar l 12 3 4 7 7 Williamsburg Jelllco lticlunuml Le 150 tun Lancaster 4 45pm Stanford Ar 5 20 pm Corbln Aiimucsuoroticli Cumberland Gun Corbln Le 05 pm 50 pm 35 pm 50 pm 4 60 pin 5 45 pm Ar 0 20 pm lOnn 135 pm 7 05 7 55 pm pm North Bound Dallv Express Le J a No 2 Daily Daily Ex Sun No 4 No 0 l Â¬ njLJlw OLD Newport Newa KENTUCKY ROUTE Mississippi Valley Co IJv 1J W miil WASHINGTON PHILADELPHIA BALTIMORE NEW YORK OLD POINT THE SEA Sh6rE And all Eastern Cities 00mm0 JXlRCWtJjLiM 9 Â¬ LEXINGTON LOUISVILLE ST LOUIS KANSAS OITY CHATTANOOGA MEMPHIS And all Points West and Northwest and South arid Southwest Fast Fast XVI Acoom east ijoond Express Daily Daily Dally ex Sim ex Sun Le 0 15pm 7 35 am 6 45pm Lexington Winchester i oupm 6 23am 7 10pm Mt Sterling 7 30pm 8 02am 7 45pin Olive Hill 0 03pm 10 40am 10 00pm Ashland 10 SOnin 12 15pm f CattlettSbunr 10 43pm 12 28pm Huntington Ar 11 07pra 12 50pm WKHT HOUND Tho Direct Lino to 0tm Â¬ Â¬ Huntington Cattlettsburg Ashland Olive Hill Mt Sterling Winchester Lexington 20pm 30pm i oupm 3 03pm 4 82pm 4 58pm Ar 5 30pm 1 1 Le 37am 20am 10 27 am U 15 am 12 05pm 0 6 0 8 00am 25 am Mfltltlflll 4 00am 0 25 am 7 lflaai 8 05 am Limited Vkhtibuikd Exramw runs daily and has Vestlbuled Pullman Uuflet Sleepers between Louisvillo Lexington WashlHgton New York and Old Point Comfort Tlilsj train Is made part of the celebrated Kast of Huntington on the C A i TiiWest ijBp caught hold with one hand with an open dation dally except Sunday Connects at Winchester to and knifojn tho other Tho children began at LoxliiKlnii with LfromR KR O point and V1MM 25 a ways nn S for Louisville nrnilLAR MEALS season CENTS mum mirmmw Many Persons nri fn nrlnr nt nil hours Delicacies of the irf ror full information in regard to Rate Sills to pull at the rope but Huffman was too Are broken down from overwork or household a Routes etc apply to the State Anions J W u m rho irnit on n eto and modern kitchen inworidT crw BrownH Iron Bittern strong for them and pulled it from their connecting lines or to any Agent1 of thk or with eighteen Hres six steaming at u nge he fl neet In the mprovec ex remotes Mir This range will cook rebuild the syrtem aids digestion the genuine hands In doing so ho fell the knife in H E Huntinotox O L Utwx and cold water reservoirs tachii ittiitf twii liirire cures malaria Get V P and O M Kef to Wit of sweetbread and is he only one o Aho kindin ceM of bile and jL p A a his hand entering the abdomen cutting LT i LKXIKQTOX KV flfu Why let your hair turn gray when a lareo hole from which his intestines O W BAKKKY bH noy21ly A hearty welcome and the most courteous treatment to W 8 HAMUlbx I will prevent it G A LexingtoH Ky O A Akhlaad Ky Halls Hair Rauewer protruded He died of his injuries n GrUS LUIGART i seconds South Dakotas wheat crop this year LEXINGTON KY 12 Short will bo 51000000 bushels off 2020000 acres Model The city of St Louis now owns her SEATING CAPACITY 150 Hlue Points Saddle Keeks New York Counts and Zoological Gardens seasons Fresh Oysters at all aHDflrllfldh Street Kltetem F F V Restaurant in Almost Every Feature day between Lexington and llHHtlaglon Comishville Mercer county Syl Make direct connections at Huntington wltk At At Ashland with 8 V Ay At vester Huffman n young farmer wns Winchester with K O II R fiortVW and playing with somo children who had soutn tiouun 0 N atO Lexington with L 6 N L S and T P Railroads a jumping ropo in their hands Ho Lkxivoton and Olivk Him Accomo Â¬ The wagon was broken beyond repairs Fast Mail Trains run daily except Sun O route Â¬ CO Proprietor rr 1 II I- - pearance Mourdant excused himself hurriedly Slocomb took occasion to lecture Carrlo in a cousinly way She SPENCKR COOPXR FnMltfcr was very sulky however and snubbed HAZEL GREEN KY him without mercy Why Slocomb distrusted Mourdant was on account of a very odd episode that had occurred a week before There A PLANT FOR BABYS GRAVE had been a tennis party at ono of tho It will blosnom through tho Mimmor cottages and going home Slocomb had Bovo hor quiet llttlo hcnrt stumbled on Mourdant in a bypath Yen Its lovoly bloom nnd frnRranco talking earnestly with a strange Soon will Bccm of hur n pnrt There tho vrnrm bright un will Kiss it woman It was very embarrassing And tho brcozo Its leaflets wnvo Slocomb begged pardon was awfully Wo will pluco It there Iq mcinry sorry and withdrew as quickly as pos- Â¬ Just a plant for babys gravo sible lie said nothing to the man about Eight long yearn oho hat boon slocplng it however until the dance Mour Neath tho dowy volvot Bod dants attention to Carrie was so notlco And her happy ntnlcns spirit able that something ought to be done Is 1 know In Heaven with God Hack again wo would not wtsh her This thing mubt be stopped said With Ufas trials but begun fi Slocomb savagely to Mourdant later They who lcuvo us In the morning in tho evening Novor seo tho sot of sun What thing asked the young fel- Â¬ Just a year sho fondly lingered low with a frank btnile Ono brief year of hopoand love This kissing my cousin for one Laughing llttlo blue eyed Laura thing and secret meetings with a Whom tho angels bore nbovc On our hearts her faca In pictured woman for another said Slocomb in I can seo her every day his blunt way With her sunny smiles and gold locks Mourdant grew angry Slocomb had fLocks that novcr will grow gray no right to talk that way She will ovor bo our baby I Ill not explain about that affair All our boys will soon bo men after the tennis party he said hotly Fighting hard In lifes great battlo Ill not betray awomuns secret She For somo vlctry ono gainst ten Hut our baby I Sholl bo waiting came to tho hotel to seo me it was Always young and swcot and fair necessary she should sec me at once Nocr to know old ago or wrlnklcn They sent her to the cottage Our Sorrow pain or blaok despair meeting was accidental Sometlmos still I feel hur nestling Mourdant stalked off and deigned no As of old noon my breast further explanation Ilut I like to think her lylnz Some time later Slocomb found him In nor tiny grave at rest I self in Albany and he saw Mourdant Often havn I bent above It Low and lower without sigh and Grace again Mourdant was just For again I hope to clasp her coming in on tho train from Lenox My own baby by nnd by Grace met him at tho station It was Soon this flower will softly whisper tho day after Slocomb got the telegram All a mothers lovo could say by mistake The thing did not look It will toll hor how wo missed her well at all Slocomb hurried back to After shohad gone away Lenox He resolved to tell Carrie Just n green transplanted token Tracy the whole miserable story For each summor rain to lavo Just a llttlo homo remembruueo And what are you going to do about Just a plant for babys grave it she asked coolly when Slocomb Mrs Flndloy llnulon In N Y Observer finished the narration What am I going to do about It HER ADVENTURER He did not he echoed in amazement know what to mako of Carries utter nonchalance Thats not tho ques- Â¬ Dospito tho Gossips Ho Was tion are iou going to do about What Worthy Hazel Green Herald Carrlo Tracy was annoyed nt hln ap Â¬ r I I Â¬ -- of His Brldo I f Carrie Tracy only leaned back in her Perhaps it was because Edward Slo chair and looked at her cousin with cotab was iu lovo witli Carrie Traev quoston marks In both of her pretty that ho disliked Jack Mourdant so blue eyes uiueh Really it seems to me that you are On tho morning after Mrs Asplnwall awfully cut up about this Jones danco Slocomb was leisurely Hut I am declared Slocomb earn dressing in his room at the hotel estly awfully Good heavens Car- Â¬ There was a knock at his door and a rie can you see a man carry on a double telegram was handed iu game before your eyes and not say a Come at oneo ho read le glanced word or lift a linger at the signature simply draco She said this What can I do Slocomb read tho telegram again and wearily and then Slocomb saw what ran liis fingers through his hair in per Â¬ was beneath her mask of cold raillery plexity She had put on a bold front and tried Who the dickens is Grace he mut- to pass over it lightly It was no use tered however Slocomb prided himself on Then ho looked at tho telegram his knowledge of human nature He again There was a mistake Slucomb felt that he was not at fault in one rushed out into tho hall Tho messen Â¬ ger boy was just going downstairs Uo fact Carrlo Tracy loved Mourdant evening They went to a danco shouted to tho boy but ho continued and everyone noticed thatthat Carrie Tracy on his way Slocomb threw a slipper was more beautiful than ever Yet he held in Ids hand and struck the boy there was a pungent flavor to her wit between the shoulder blades Some ill a sharp on her Cant you hparV ho said angrily natured edge who talk becoming wero belles Come back This telegram is not for passe that she was becoming me it is for Mr Mourdant His room spoiled said last Callow youths wero at is IS mine is 18 placed in the seventh heaven by her Tho boy took the telegram oVr and unwonted sweetness to them Put Slocomb went on dressing When he every throb of the music every waltz found himself trying to shave himself she heard brought back the memory of wHfwv chsp knife instead of a razor a pair of dark eyes a low tender voico ho roploftjliitenlly into the glass and and a dream that would come no more And so matters went on and tho wane Whats up Wluifs the man going to do Jjy Jove ho shant marry Carrie of the season came Tho story of Jack Mourdant came out of course with if I can help it various modifications Sooloti shrugged After this very omphalic speech Sloits shoulders again and pitied poor Car Â¬ comb went down to breakfast lift perplexity and anger were not rie Tracy Too bad everybody said She out of place however If you ever should know better than to fall in love happened into a conservatory and He was found a man kissing tho girl you love with a handsome adventurer an awfully nice fellow though but how Slocomb felt you know This is exactly what took place at filghtfully wild And so Carrie Tracy had to stand by tip dance the night before Slocomb and hear all this and accept the con was very nuioh surprised at Carrie He dolence of her friends It was gall and thought she know better than that Shu danced with Mourdant alto wormwood to her but it only made the gether too much and she ran off with triumph that camo In October all the him into tho conservatory altogether sweeter You dont believe there Is a man in too many times It looked odd Indeed she heard People noticed it and commented on the world you may trust girl say to another She was sit- Â¬ oik it without mercy If theyaro engaged all right said ting by a window In the hotel which Otherwise- and shoulders opened upon a piazza The two girls they wore shrugged and eyebrows elevated were pacing- up and down outside I know It sounds awfully silly but Jack Mourdant was a social success 1 at Lenox and that for a man means a dont believe in trusting people I wish you would let me tell you a No ono eared to know good deal ho camo from no ono cared to little story its only an every day sort whero know about his family He was hand Â¬ of a story Its from real life Ill tell some in his dark Spanish way a good you the story of Jack Mourdant At this Carrie Tracy looked up quick- Â¬ dancer dancing men are so very ho always said tho right ly She listened eagerly to every word scarce ptand The two on the piazza had seated them Â¬ thingMtt tho right place But Slocomb was not at all satisfied selves near her Tho family is an Albany one there with him Ho could not take him as people did A man who wero four brothers and he was tho the rest of tho danced with his cousin Carrlo Tracy youngest Ono of the brothers Is now must Ivj something1 more than a four in Albany the other abroad tho third weeks wonder iswell was near Albany in jail It Carrie was Slocombs cousin in a dis was his own fault that he got there he tant sort of u way and u half engage Â¬ was tho black sheep of tho family When a very young ment existed between them Slocomb Percy Mourdant He was boy lie was always stealing trifles from had riot spoken however Carries constant companion nnd with his schoolmates There was no excuse Mrs Tracy aa ehaperone they were for iU Ills family was rich and he had every advantage Percy was an awful out u groot deal together was tho mothers place to put a ly vyild boy It stop to this Mourdant business but she Jack had always been Percys bosom was oulto as much fascinated with tho friend A train and aguin ho had helped man as her charming daughter There- Â¬ him out of scrapes Percy was a quiet Ho wore fore it fell on SloeombX shoulders to follow to all appearances that nothing1 camo of the rapidly eye glasses and was meek us Moses see tmne his hut ho had tho very devil in him Jack growing intimacy n host but ho camo into tho coejvftary seemed more like the rascal with his dark SpanUh beauty Pvriy wua light just too Jaia Â¬ 1 Â¬ it tj Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - VALUE OF MANURES and had sandy hair Flo appeared qulto AGRICULTURAL HINTS Tho Low Inrlilitnt t Continued 12xiot9 harmless m 111 tjpill JUirnjiiruB they got out of college Percy After STABLES FOR COWS experiment station of Cornel The behaved himself but not for long Ho got to gambling and drinking and nil How to Construct Iloor Which Can university has made a series of InveSl Iiully o Kept tlimu tlgatlons on the loss in stable inanutfS sorts of horrid things Tho family was They one barn in ten throughout the uy exposure in open unrujriirus uiu extremely sensitive proud and Not feared he would do something that country has a properly constructed suits of which are summarized in buflS would disgrace them forever some- Â¬ stable lloor The cattle are obliged to lctln twenty seven of thatfitatlon In the experiments of 1800 horse lnfii thing that the sensational newspapers bo iu their own filth The sides legs over as and udders of tho cows are in a dirty nure was saved from day to day untllf would mako a hue and cry Another swell gone wrong you know condition in the morning and It takes pile of two tons had been accumulated the greatest care In washing and brush This was done April 18 to 25 Cull what I mean At last ho did lie made an un- Â¬ ing to remove tho filth and get the milk wheat straw wtus used plentifully ntl fortunate marriage A very good sort out of the stable without its becoming bedding the relative amount of straw of a woman was Grace Morris but tainted In milking the movement of and manure being Hlt pounds oxl 1 qulto below him Ho did not stop here tho udder will cause the fine particles creinent ami 0S1 pounds straw Chemical analysis showed that ony but forged a large check on his fathers of dirt to drop off into the pall A gut Â¬ name The matter was partly hushed ter behind the cows is objectionable be Â¬ ton of this fresh manure contained up Old Col Mourdant sent Percy cause their tails will lie in it and a nenrly ten pound of nitrogen sevcrij away And to make the matter worse lurjro portion of their body is besmeared and one half pounds of phosphoric neldj everybody In Albany was talking about with dirt when they rise Then too and eighteen pounds of potash making it is Injurious to cows heavy with calf its value about SiSO if they conhtitS it Jack was tho only ono of tho family to step down suddenly in moving ucnts be valued at the same rate as Inl who stuck to the unfortunate Percy around in the stable The gutter should commercial fertilizers This summer Percy got into more and be enlarged and covered with a grating The pile of manure thus made wasv Gruce camo hero to of slats on which tho cattle can stand put in a place exposed to the weather serious trouble see Jack and get him to come to Al- Â¬ and yet wide enough apart so that tho and where tho drainage was so goocp bany to help him out Jack couldnt that all the water not absorbed by the come but I believe he arranged for manure ran through and oil at once Grace to send word when she needed It remained exposed from April 25 to him September 22 at which time it was I Jack went to Albany soon after carefully scraped up weighed and a c 7 met his brothers wife at the station sample taken for analysis c n arranged with her to help Percy out It was found that tho 1000 had Ills brother was in a serious fix this shrunk to 1710 pounds during the six time It was not a question of hush Â¬ months und analysis shovyed that this ing up It was a question of life and 1730 was less valuable pound for death There had been a row in a low pound than the original lot of mahurc u u u y gambling resort A man had boon It had not only lost by leaching but killed Percy was not wholly to blame by heating or fire fanging during but he had been held for what do you periods of dry wyathcr and the values manure will fall through Iron grat Â¬ of the pile of 1000 pounds had shrunk call it manslaughter Jack did some clever detective work ings are made expressly for this from 500 to 212 a loss of 52 per but are too expensive cent Uo discovered that some of purpose then and a wooden grating may be made Percys former associates had agreed In summing up the results of this ex to make the case so black that Percy at much less the expense and periment Director lloberts says It would bo convicted of murder after all wil1 servo the same end The slats seems safe to say that under the orIt was a serious matter Percy must should be of hard wood 1 inches wide dinary conditions of piling and ex not stand trial What should he do and tho same space between them The posure the loss of fertilizing materials Ho made one last appeal to Col Mour- Â¬ grating may be fastened on hinges and during the course of the summer is not Andant but It was of no use Thon what raised to take out the manure likely to be much below 10 per cent of other bad thing in many stables is the the original value of the manure You will do you suppose Jack did ordinary stationary stanchion by which not believe it perhaps but it is true Further experiments showed that tho to his father aud said See the cows are fastened by their necks liquid manure from a cow is worth He went here I am to have so much of your It is very hard on the cattle in lying as much per day as the solid manure property when you die I dont care to down as it ulWays Jiplds their heads aud tliat tho combinedvalue of the two wait There is an immediate use for and necks in one position They Should is nearly 10 cents per day if valued at tho money May L have my inheritance be discarded for the tie or a swing tho same rate as commercial fertilizers now Funcy that His father was stanchion fastened by a chain at the that from a horse at 7 cuts that from quite taken aback He asked a few bottom and top too if possible The asheepatls centsand that from a questions and let his erratic son have floor should always be level and well hog at one half cent for liberally fed bedded and tho 11101103 It was a largo sum run Â¬ and sweet the stables kept dry clean thrifty shoats of medium size ning far up into tho thousands Director lloborts is careful to ex Among the best arranged stables for This money think of it every plain that these values will have to be cent lie had in the world he used to get comfort of the cows cleanliness and modified to suit individual circum his brother off I dont know how ho convenience that we know of are those stances What he means is that if did it It was bailing him out or some- Â¬ of George T Powell of Columbia farmers can afford to buy commercial thing of that sort Percy and his wifo county N Y director of the New York fertilizersnt current prices then the sailed from San Francisco not long ago farmers institutes They are in tho manures of the farm are worth the basement of his concrete burn and run for Australia An odd talc is it not prices given and it will pay to house Carrie Tracy didnt think so Sho lengthwise of it The stanchions used them - i sat with shining- eyes for somo moments i IJ ROKH V WW j f AGRICULTURAL HMLS after and then went downstairs It j ni was just then that the bus irom tho Kim the peach borer aWp whitewash station came up to tho door well around the trunk and then bank A man jumped out and he never for- Â¬ i up the earth around the trees got the picture that bhe made as sho in Ovn protection against boivrs around WKJtf wiwat came out on the piazza The sun was trees is air siaueci lime liberally ap low in the west and the light played TtA plied firstTomovinir tluwoarLh arounu IJHI JHJ Mini on her expressivo face on her hair tTfm 1 ii thetreeX A t - 4 and lit up her eyes When he saw her bi Arrntfeneh raintheehltmi Vtorshould he stood quite still He bared his head be used if the young weeds are to bo with a gesture reverential and devout as if she wero a being from another to hold the cattle are a patent swing removed aud the soil prevented from world It was but an instant that they stanchion and are held liv hiin nf flu baking and becoming hixritf IlEAWlfttrsVs are ehnvfieeVlen in stood there Then Carrie Tracy gavo f top and bottom to the beams A and It him her hand and ho looked into her i ue sme oi uie stanclnon U opens to crowded cities where horses cannot eyes and saw that he was welcome let the cattlo Out and is held shut by a move rapidly and where hehyy loads are necessary For tho country a difSociety was shocked at the reappear Â¬ simple iron loop at ance of her adventurer The lloor on which tho cows stand ferent sort of horse is wanted Hvorybody Iv some sections of our happy coun wondered how he managed to get an is shown in the two lower cuts The to the danco that evening cuts showing the ground view is try goats and sheep aro used for invitation sprouting new land Starvation- - nr planned for two cows The board K which happened to be at the Hut the true btory got is S inches wide and the dirt space N the principle of root hog- or die is out and Jack Mourdant became more between that ana the board I in filled the motive power iiut it never makes aud more popular Even Edward Slo- Â¬ with clay and gravel pounded solid for the animals fat comb had to acknowledge that ho was the cows to stand on The grating H Jriibixo from tho varying opinions a good fellow And ho toolc tho under their hind feet is made of hard Â¬ expressed ubout dehorning1 cattle it trouble of shaking hands with him and wood slats vA inches wide and is would appear that the liit thing to be telling a pious fib that he was very placed over a large tight trough G into dotle is to settle whether or not the glad to see him again And when Car Â¬ which the manure drops This trough practice is really to the advantage of rie Tracy went into the conservatory is large enough to hold all the manure the cattle and whether the operation again with Mourdant he did not care to made in two days when it is cleaned is cruel cut atfd spread immediately oii the follow Do not be afraid to plant more peas A shower had come up shortly after land- - The cows iwi Int wll iwiii foialato supply if thoall gxowing sunset and an hour after had cleared witlffiawdusl whiclOs jisedfts an ab- - varieties urusdit wills do buWUtle aa away The moon had risen making injury ir they falj over4jUo nftflio de Â¬ r I the raindrops on the bushes and trees terred from planting beeaase of the sparkle like diamonds Tho lawn difficulty of providing supports as they seemed covered with jewels and drops may be omitted of moisture still clung to the window TmiiiK is thuhumc difference of conpanes making tnem gleam Tho stitution in the various weeds of our clouds were moving rapidly about now gardens The ragweed chickweed and and then shading the moon Somo of pigweed germinate very early the them were dark while others wero so smurtweed later and after hot weather fleecy that it seemed as if one could begins tho greatest pest of all tlm crush them In ones hand Presently purslane begins to sprout tho clouds blew away and tho sky wus one delicate mass of subdued azure ex Â¬ HANDY WAGON JACK cept where tho moon glowed rs Â¬ J-- a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I J i m I i fill- 1 Â¬ Â¬ Aspin-wull-Tones- es - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ had kissed her again This time Edward Slocomb did not come and olvlm a dance this time ho did not lecture anyone but a half hour after he shook hands with Mourdant and heartily congratulated him And why dont I make love to a ho remarked sagely to young girl Asplnwall Jones when his cousins en Â¬ gagement was announced and get Hah married Its an awful bae W E Haldwin in Itostou Globe there was a sale of Madeira wlno In Paris when forty four bottles wero bought by Rothschild for tholr weight in gold Tho wlno was from tho famous ISM pipe of Madeira which had lain at tho bottom of tho ea for thirty six years In 185S In the music room they were playing1 Only To Night a waltz Then in some unexplalnablo manner Mour dauts head came very near hers her gray blue eyes Intoxicated him her full red lips wero so tempting and ho Its Cuiutructlou Ik Fully Kxpliilnml ly the Illustration sorbent Chnff straw and leaves are Mr h U Pierce sends to Farm and also iibod when available In front of tho feeding manger O Is a water 1ireside a description of a handy trough P so that the cows are watered wugon jack In the Illustration A in the stables They are never let out in winter except onco or twice a month to get borne sunshine They aro fed from the ulloy In fiont and aro given corn silage twico a day with hay at noon Their grain ration is composed of wheat bran corn meal and cotton seed meal which is fed with the silage These titables with very llttlo expense I Bjj have been remodeled from an one with a gutter behind the cows and a stationary neck breaking stanchion to hold them Into a modern -ir-ar and model stable Farm and Home easier to allow tho trees to have tho branches high in order to permit the horse and cultivator to work iear tho treesv but tho trees that aro cut back and kept low can bo easier aud better harvested of tho fruit It may be much t WAO0X JaCK is a piece of oak 2x4 aa Inehe Ion s a 2x4 If inohoi Jong 0 is 12 inches long opd tho lever 1 Is 5 feet lojg the shorter end Imsjij 1 foot in length Its conhtrustluu is full v ex- plained by Mio cuL 1 i v I Lord so that nio wnolo atmosphere the Church ot Ue4 would wake up to could bo aromatic with their Christian on adaptability ol work Wo must ad- Â¬ justing all tho affairs of tho world tho mighty mon of tho earth aro cmy usefulness What we lf Christians tho World Church of God is moro want in tho mit tho simple net that tho churches of the dust of tho chnrlot vrhocls of Gods Of brawn of piety Jesus Christ in this day do not Wants No More Tho century plant is wonderfully the great masses There aro o04000reach providence 8 8 COMBS tlottimx I think that beforo tho sun of thli suggcstlvo ntid wonderfully beauti Â¬ plo In Edinburgh vho never hear poo century tho shall set thoi last tyranny may ie patronage ef ike Tife Ileal or tho lMnty or tho Present ful but 1 never look at it without Gospel Thero aro 1000000 peoplo in fall and with a splendor of demonstra A Wfcotuilly aoHoltef thinking of Us parsimony Day Is Too Kxnlinlvo Dr Tut- It lets London who never hear tho Gospel tion that shall bo tho astonishment ol atteatiea Ar t c whole generations go by beforo it puts Thero aro at least 100000 souls in tho tho universe God iiuiKua Sermon will sot forth the forth ono blossom so 1 have really moro city of Brooklyn who como not under brightness and pomp and glory and JBn IRED KELLAM Dr Tnlmngo preached Sunday at heartfelt admiration when I see tho the Immediate ministration of Christs perpetuity of his eternal government WITH Wis His text wits Esther dewy tears in tho bluo eyes of the vio- truth And the Church of God in this Out of the stnrry flags and tho Chautauqua emblaz Who knowoth whether thou lets for they come every spring My day Instead oOeing place full of liv- oned insignia of this world God will lv 14 M fe S TIMMOND0 art como to the kingdom for such a Christian friends time Is going by so ing epistles read and known of all men make a path for His own trlumpo and rapidly that wo can not afford to bo Is more liko a dead letter post ollleo returning time as this from universal conquest He Idle A xoceut statistician says lhat Ksthertlicljeautlful was the wife of But say the people the world la will set down tho grandest strongest PORTSMOUTH Mr ap8ly Tho time human lifo now has an average of going to ho converted you must be pa Â¬ highest throne of earth his foot stool Ahnsucrufc ttho Abominable T1 i From these tient the kingdoms of this world are to come fbrher to present n petition only thirty two years had I preached this sermon becauso I 25 BER WEB m19 SALARY to her infamous husband in behalf of thirty two years you must subtract become tho kingdoms of Christ want to encourage all Christian work Â¬ WASTED i Good Agent to skfcL 01 the Israolitish nation to which she had all the time you take for sleep and the Never unless tho church of Jesus ers in every possible department General line of merokandibs Nd Sho was afraid to un taking of food and recreation that will Christ ptts on more speed and energy Hosts of tho living God inarch on peddlino once belonged Above balaby will dertake the work lost she should lose leave you about sixteen years From Instead of tho church converting tho march on His spirit will bless you PAID TO LIVE AGENTS lOR FUj her own life hut her uncle Mordecai those sixteen years you must subtract world tho world is converting tho His shield will defend you His sword Tllfcll INFORMATION ADDRESS 11 41 wholiad brought her upeneournged her tin niu iwino you aro necessarily en Â¬ church Hero is a great fortress How will strike for you March on inarch OIIIOAGO GENERAL SUPPLY 00 gaged in tho earning of a livelihood shall it be taken An army edmes with tho Miggostion that probably she 178 W Van Buroii St Chicago III and on The last despotism will fall and had been raised up of Uod for that pe Â¬ unit wm leave you about eight years sits around about it cuts off the sup paganism will burn its idols and Mo From those night years you must take plies and says culiar mission Now uc will just hammedanism will givo up its false MATLOCK Who knnweth whether thou art all the days and weeks and months all wait until from cxhaustionand starva prophet and the groat walls of super HENRY with the length of timo that is passed in tion they will have tb give up come to tlm kingdom for such a time as stition will come down In thunder childhood and sickness leaving you and months and perhaps n ycurWeeks wreck at tho long loud blast of and Esther had her Uod appointcd this pass the MCMILLAN HAZEN CO yon luul I liave ours It is my about ono year in which to work for along and finally the fortress surren Â¬ Gospel trumpet March on inarch wot God Oh my soul wake up How ders business to trll you what st vie of people throuirh that starvation and cx- - on Tho beslegoinont will soon bo WHOLESALE be in order that we may unrest thou sleep in harvest time and h vo ought But my friends tho for ended meet the demand of tho age in which with so few hours in which to reap So trosscs of sin arc never to be taken in Only a few moro stops on the long tod has east our lot if you have come mat l state it as a simple fact that all that way if they aro taken for God it way only a few moro sturdy blows BOOTS AND expecting to hear abstractions dis- tho time that the vast majority of you will bo by storm you will havo to bring only a few moro battle cries then God close 1 or dry technicalities of religion will have for the exclusive service of up the great siege guns of the Gospel to will put the laurel upon your brow and KNOXVILLE TENN glorified you have como to the wrong God will be less than one year the very wall and wheel tho flying from the living fountains ivf Heaven Rut says some man I liberally artillery into line and when the armed will bathe off tho sweat and the heat place but if you really would like to know what this age lias a right to ex support tho Gospel and tho church is infantry of Heaven shall confront tho and the dust of the conflict March on pect of you as Christian men and wom- open and the Gospel is preached all battlements you will havo to givo tho march on For you tho time for work ffiiTho above goods aro handled by J 1 en then I am ready in tho Lords nntno the spiritual advantages are spread be- quick command will soon bo passed and amid tho out DAY CO Huzcl Groeu Ky Forward Charge fore men and if they want to bo saved to look you in the face Ah my friends there is work for you flashings of tho judgment throne and When two armies have rushed into let them come to be saved 1 havo dis- Â¬ to do and for mo to do the trumpeting of resurrection angels Ah in battle the ollioers of either army do not charged all my responsibilities to ac- Â¬ and the upheaving of a world of graves order this grand want a philosophical discussion about is that the Masters spirit Ts there complishment Here is a pulpit and a and tho hozanua of the saved and tho the chemical properties of human blood not an old book somewhere that com Â¬ clergyman preaches in it Your pulpit groaning of the lost wo shall bo re Â¬ or the nature of gunpowder they want mands us to go out into the highways is tho bank Your pulpit is the store warded for our faithfulness or punish Mme one to man tho batteries and and hedges and compel tho people to Your pulpitis tho editorial chair Your ed for our stupidity Blessed bo tho swab out the guns And now when conic in What would have become of pulpit is the anvil Your pulpit is the Lord God of Israel from everlasting to nil the forces of light and darkness of you and me if Christ had not come house scaffolding Your pulpit is tho everlasting and lot tho whole earth bo Heaven and hell have plunged into the down ofl the hills of Heaven and if He mechanics shop I may stand in this filled with His glory Amen and Amen and fight it is no time to give ourselves had not come throuirh the door of tho place and through cowardice or HERRMANNS NEAT TRICK to the definitions and formulas and Bethlehem caravansary and if He had through self seeking may keep back technicalities and conventionalities of not with the crushed hand of tho cruci- tho word 1 ought to utter while you Tho JI minor In Which Ho Itcpitlrotl thu Cnrs Mirror religion What we want is practical fixion knocked at the iron gate of tho with sleeve rolled up and brow be People havo repeatedly aslcod mo Nos 131 138 RACE STREET earnest concentrated enthusiastic and sepulchcr of our spiritual death cry- Â¬ sweated with toil may utter the word Which of my tricks have pleased mo tho ing Lazarus come forth Oh my ihat will jar tho foundationof Heaven trlumphnnthclp What wc need in the CINCINNATI O Christian friends this is no time with the shout of a great victory Oh most and which I take the most do East you in Wisconsin need light in performing Naturally tho ef- Â¬ Fn the first place in order to meet for inertia whon all tho forces of that to day this whole audience might the spc cial demand of tho age you darkness seem to be in full blast when feel that tho Lord Almighty Is putting fort that brings the greatest success Is THE KRUSE X BAHLMAN regarded by a man his best I consider ijph1 to be nn unmistakably aggressive stenm printing presses arc publishing upon them the hands of ordination of Christian Of Christians infidel tracts when express railroad Every one go forth ami preach this tho trick my restoring tho shattered most famous one This I trains arc carrrying messengers of sin Gospel You havo as much right to mirror as we do not want any more The church of Jesus Christ will be better with- - when fast clippers are ladon with opium preach as I have or as any man has had the honor of performing beforo the czar ntit 10000 of them They aro the chief and hum when the night air of our Only find out tho pulpit where God will give of Russia unon an invitation to an exhibition at his court It was cities is polluted with tho laughter that have you preach and there preach obstacle to the churchs advancement -- COMPAWY dono unexpectedly to tho spectators breaks up from the 10000 saloons of I am speaking of another kind of ChrisHcdley Vicars was a wicked man in All tho appliances for your be dissipation and abandonment when tho tho English army The grace of God and was not down on tho regular bill tian 11 15 and 17 West Pearl Street roming an earnest Christian aro atyour fires of the second death already arc camo to Him Ho became an earnest While playing billiards with the at li hand and there is a straight path for kindled in the checks of somo who only and eminent Christian They scoffed taches of tho court after tho performCINCINNATI 0 you into tho broad daylight of Gods a little while ago were incorrupt at him and said You aro a hypocrite ance tho car being present in tho saNever since the curse fell upon the you aro as bad as ever you were Still loon I shot a ball with all my strength forgiveness You may have come here to day the bondsmen of tho world and earth has there been a timo when it was ho kept his faith in Christ and after against n plate glass mirror extending TI10 vdiolcsnlo trndo of yet before you go out of theso doors such an unwise such a cruel such an awhile finding that they could not from floor to ceiling It was Hhivorod tucky it respectfully solicited Eastern Kn awful thing for tho church to sleep turn him aside by calling him a hypo- - into fifty pieces Consternation was you may become the princes of the on Lord Clod Almighty You know what The great audiences arc not gathered cnte tney sattl to mm Uh you arc depicted on every countenance TIIE excitement there is in this country in the Christian churches the great nothing but a fanatic did not none moro plainly than my own While That tho czar courteously waived my apolwhen a foreign prince comes to our audiences aro gathered in temples of disturb him Ho went on performing shores Why because it is expected sin tears of unutterable wOe their his Christian duty until ho had Jormcd ogy considering tho destruction of tho that some day he will sit upon a throne baptism the blood of crushed hearts all his troops into a Iliblo class and mirror as trilling and ordered tho game Rut what is all that honor compared tho awful wine of their sacrament the whole encampment was shaken to proceed I could easily seo that my with tho honor compared to which God blasphemies their litany and the groans wlth tho presenco of God So Have supposed awkwardness made a dis- Â¬ -6o sons and daughtors of of the lost world the organ dirgo of lock went into tho heathen temple in agreeable impression With tho czars calls you-T-tG0MPANY2 permission I examined tho mirror to their worship the Lord Almfghty yea o bo queens India while the Knglish army was Again if you want to be qualified to tllere and put a candle into tho hand of estimate tho damago done and the pos- Â¬ and 15 figs tin to God They shall reign with him forever and forever meet the duties which this ago oemands cncji of tho heathen gods that stood sibility of repairing it While so en Wholesale Dry Goods Notions Tint my friends you need to be ag of you you must on the one hand avoid around in tho heathen temple and by gaged ono of tho suite playfully chal gressivo Christians and not like those reckless iconoelasm and on tho other tho light of those candles held up by lenge me to exorcise my art and mnlco u 101 103 and 105 W Fourth Street persons who spend their lives hand not stick too much to things be the idols Gen Haveloek preached tho the mirror whole again never dream Â¬ ing that this challcngo was the very i in hugging their Christian graces cause they are old The air is full of righteousness temperance and judg Â¬ and wondering why they do not now plans new projects new theories ment to conic And who will say on cuo I wanted and not considering tho South Side CINCINNATI 0v of government new theologies and I earth or in Heaven that Haveloek had successful acceptance of it as possible make any progress How much robustI hesitatod an Instant and then ordered ness of health would a man have if he am amazed to see how many Christians not tho right to preach tho mirror to bo covered with a cloth hid himself in a dark closet A great want only novelty in order to recom In the ministers house whore I pre entirely concealing it from view On deal of piety of the day is too exclu- mend a thing to thoir confidence and soj pared for college there was a man who tho removal of the cloth after ten minsive It hides itself It needs more thoy vacillate and swing to and fro and worked by tho namo of Peter Croy fresh air more out door exercise There they aro useless and they aro unhappy Ho could neither road nor write but ho utes the mlrrow was found without a are many Christians who aro giving Now plans secular ethical philoso- Â¬ was a man of God Often theologians Haw and as perfect as beforo tho dam their entire timo to self examination phical religious cisatlantic transatl- would stop at tho house gravo theol- age I will loavo It to my renders im They are fooling thoir pulses to sce antic Ah my brother do not adopt ogiansand at family prayers Peter Croy agination to decide how this trick was what is tho condition of their spiritual a thing merely because it is now Try it would bo called upon to lead jind ail done Clioval lor Herrmann in North health How long would a man havo by tho realities of a Judgment Day those wise men sat around wonder American Keviow robust physical health if ho kept all It Is always Interesting to know lint on tho other hand do not adhce struck at his religious cfllclency Whon the days and weeks and months aiid to anything merely because it Isold ho prnjed ho reached up and seemed to what colors aro used or selected by royycars of his lifo foeling his pulso in- Â¬ Thero h not a single enterprise of tho take hold of the very throne of tho al families as being their very own stead of going out into active earnest church or tho world but has sometimes Almighty and ho talked with God un Â¬ To England tho only royal family of Nos 74 and 70 Main Street every day work been scoffed at Then was a timo til tho very Heavens were bowed down modern times which has selected It bo I was onco amid tho wonderful beCINCINNATI 0 into the sitting room Oh if I were longs scarlet and it must bo confessed when men derided oven Iliblo sociotios witching cactus growths of North Caro- Â¬ and when a few young men met near a dying I would rather havo plain Peter that it Is a most effective color Tho lina I never was more bewildered hay stack in Massachusetts and organ Â¬ Croy kneel by my bedsido and com royal households of Portugal Prussia with tho beauty of flowers and yet ized tho first missionary society over mend my immortal spirit to God than Sweden and of most of the German GUS MEYER WITH when I would take up one of theso cac- Â¬ organized In this country thero went some heartless ecclesiastic arrayed in princes wear bluo Kussla chooses dark tuses and pull tho loaves apart tho laughter and ridicule all around tho costly canonicals Go preach tills Gos- green Austria delights in black and beauty was all gone You could hard- Â¬ Christian Church They said the under pel You say you aro not licensed In yellow According to the usual belief t ly tell that it ever had been a flower taking was preposterous And so also tho namo of the Lord Almighty this scarlet as the royal household color of O JOBDERS IN O And there are a great many Christian tho work of Jesus Christ was morning I license you Go preach this England was chosen becauso of tho red people in this day just pulling apart assailed People cried out Who Gospel preach it in tho Sabbath rose of the Plantngenets but this is not Agricultural Impleramts their Christian oxperienco to see what ever heard of such theories of ethics schools in the prayer meetings in the true it was taken from tho Hold gules Hardware there is hi thorn and there is nothing and government Who ever noticed highways in tho hedges Woo bo unto of the royal standard and from Henrys OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS you if you preach it not adoption of tho scarlet dress of the MALTA PLOWS FOSTER 8TOVE CO attractive left This style of such a stylo of preaching as Jesus has COOKS MILLS EVAPORATOE I remark again that in order to be Yeomen of tho Guard is a damage instead of an Ezeklel had talked of mysterious wings CHAMPION REAPERS MOWERS advantage to thoir Christian charactor and wheels Hero citino a man from qualified to meet your duty in this par Â¬ Among the noyol InvouUons which STODDARD AND ACME HARROWS I remember when I was a boy I used to Capernaum and Gcnnesarct and Ho ticular age you want unbounded faith DOORS AND bASH A SPECIALTY navo lately passed through tho natctit have a small piece in the garden that I drew his illustrations from the lakes in tile triumph of tho truth and the ofllco Is a glovo mender which facili No 110 112 Seoond Street How daro tates tho process of Oly IRONTON OHIO tuned my pwn ana I planted corn from tho sand from tho ravine frdm overthrow of wickedness mending to there and ovory few days I would pull tho lilies from tho cornstalk1 How the Christian church evor get discour Â¬ great degree Tho apparatus a very is mudo it up to see how fast it was growing the Pharisees scoffed How Herod de Â¬ aged Havo wo not tho Lord Almighty of nickel and consists of two pnr4 Now thero arc a great mnny Christian rided And this nn our side How long did it take which press DO YOU WANT TO 8AV How Calaphashisscdl against each other by people In this day whoso Jesus thoy plucked by the beard and God to slay tho hosts of Sennacherib or means of a spring Part of tho top FROM 25 to 60 CENTS QN EVERY merely amounts to pulling up of that thoy spat In His face and thoy called burn Sodom or shales down Jericho edgo is provided with small teeth rang DOLLAR YOU SPEND Ivm WRIT FOB OUR ILLUBTIIATKD CATALOGUE which they only yesterday or tho day Him this fellow All tho great en- Â¬ How long will it take God when Ho cd close to each other Tho seam of CONTAINING ILLUSTRATIONS ANCPKIOM in His strength to over- Â¬ beforo planted terprises in and out of the church have once arises tho glovo to bo mended is pressed be OV KVERYTIIINO MANUFACTURED Xlf Oil my friends If you want to havo at times been scoffed at and thero havo throw all tho forces of Iniquity tween the teeth and tho needle U pass thu United Statim a stalwart Christian character plant it been a great multltudo who havo Between this time and that thero ed in and out at every at MAWtnrAorra- opening KH8 prices 10000 illustrations right out of doors in tho great Hold of thought that tho chariot of Gods truth may bo long seasons of darkness the CATALOGUE A Philadelphia chicken exhibits ALL LINKS KKFRE8ENTKD Christian usefulness and though storms would fall to pieces if It onco got out of chariot wheels of Gods Gospel may A baker who sun- - MA1LKD FttEB Otf APPLICATION seem to draf heavily but thero is tho rare intelligence maycomo upon it and though tho hot the old rut Add it EISA un of trial may try to consume It It And so there aro those who have no promise and yonder Is tho thrpn i and piles tho family with broad la mot every CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO Â¬ will thrivQ until it becomes n groat patienco with any thing liko improve- when Omniscionco lias lost its eyesight morning ut the front gat by this No 178 Wot Van Burew St tree In which tho fowls of heaven may ment in church architecture or with and Omnipotence fulls back impotent chicken uh soon as ho hours tho baker s CHICAGO ILL toot his horn Sho then commences to havo their habitation I havo no pa nny thing like good hearty enrncst and Jehovah Is driven from His throne cackle and Is given her customary moal any then tho Church of Jesus Christ can afsinging triae with these flower pot Christians church religious and they der goes ford to bo despondent but nover nntUÂ¬ of bread crumbs If tho baker hap Â¬ discussion which They keep themselves under shelter form of pens to bo Into In tho morning alio will QmAmTmvnTi Writla PWn and all thoir Christian oxporlcnco in a down walking among evcry day men then Despots may plnr anJ uruile9 walk half a milo to meet him She V A ljl IHveiepeoimc small exclusive circle when they ought rather than that which makes an ex- Â¬ may martin and tho congrcsoi at the never shows horlf at Miv gaU on thin IW e fr il at this eiMte r4im Note Puper nljr J0 a quire Cull plant It la tho great gardon of tho cursion on rhetorical stilts Oh that nations may Acorn to think the ur nd duy morning rfkeu yeu AGG11ESSIVENESS Half-and-Ha- trrt Â¬ m Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Wholesale 4r Grocers Â¬ Â¬ j Â¬ SHOES Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MARKS BROS MARKS Â¬ II half-and-ha- lf HARDWARE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ GEO W MALPIN o Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ GROSSMAN CO Â¬ SCHLEUTKBR Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Saddlery and Harness 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ WMKERRG0 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ need stationery v i j 1 Hazel Green Herald 8PEN0ER COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY Friday - Aug 28 1891 Dflinooratln Irlumry Klmtloim Purminnt to an order of the Democrat Â¬ ic County Committee of Wolfo county there will bo n primary election held in each voting precinct in Wolfe county on Saturday September f 10111 between the hourrt of 7 oclock a m and 0 oclock 1 M to nominate a candidate for the ollico of Circuit and Common 1Icuh Court Clerk and Slier ft of Wolfe county to be voted for at the regular election in the year 1812 At mild election all Demo Â¬ crats will bo entitled to vote For the purpoHO of paying the oxpciiHCH of tmid primary election the candidates for mild oflicoH will each pay to tho chairman of tlte County committeo r on or before AugtiHt 31 1811 at which time the poll hooku will bo made up and nent to tho various precincts and no name will bo put on naid poll lxokH after that date nor at that except ho ban paid tho aforesaid and in tho event said amount of from each candidate doe not pay tho oxpeiiHCH of Maid primary election tho candidates receiving tho majority of votes for said olllces of Clerk and Sliorin hImII pay tho remainder of said expenses pro rata Tho board of election etc will bo published in due time IJy ordor of committee late unpleasantness that may have exist Â¬ ed and help tho teachers to victory and success Mrv Lou E Taulbeo widow of Hon W P Taulbeo will start in a few days With her threollttlo boys Joseph Miltoli and Kdgnr to place them in tho Orphans Homo of the Masonic fraternity at Louisville Ky As they aro all intelli gent youth wo predict for them ii dis Â¬ tinction of which their mother and relative may justly Ik proud Horn On the l Hh Inst to tho wife of Joel Lykins a boy On thu UUli inst to tho wifo of Kills Prater a oy weight 11 pounds 1 H May and family have gone to Virginia on a visit to relatives Several on the sick list but glial to say nebody dead yet Miss Dora Lacy is visiting at Mi Ster Â¬ ling this week Â¬ Â¬ i h CitizciisNiitioiiiilBiiuk WINCHESTER KENTUCKY tZswESL PAID UP CAPITAL 17500000 MsMHHs mm I ZiPXtfss3 V M WASH MILLER IUESIDBNT August 21 llYHOK S W WILLIS VICE IMtESIDKNT Wnsl Mlinrty Wisps JoSllH Chairman C Lykinh Dem Co Com MORGAN COUNTY There Is quite an excitement in this vicinity over an advertisement of W J Seitz which appeared in the Messenger this week concernlm the letting of con tracts for railroad ties Wo have plenty of timber which is fit for nothing else and men ami Imivs who aro without oc cupation or employment and we hope Knterprising to see this enterprise win men aro cordially invited to come in our midst wo need something to give impe Â¬ tus to our labor as it comes Music hath charms forth from tho second story of tho Morgan House produced by ono of editors of the Messenger on a brass horn all alone If tho third party would biro him to accompany them up Salt river I am sure they would not feel so lonely We should like for some editor to go along as wo wish to learn the proceed ings of the party and its destination J he streets are being put in order and with tho move which West Liberty pre Â¬ sents she bid fuir to soon be herself Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A H HAMPTON CASHIER r J BM m m rnTfjiii JB iirriMMi rr M ijaMi 1 I mi itA fniTi JUcITl mmfBrtJ r I m s WVH TiiH 1LVl hll ILatlll J W POYNTEK ASST CASHIER an SHIf mm SEmMMmmmSl J HH ll3loll m I r- - - ei -- sryJ-i- apym j jj f -- rp Wi-J R5bsrflT 7M n MW r j rn- Has ample facilities for doing general banking business So Â¬ licits dej03its makes collec TtWfl tions cives prompt and careful attention to all business entrust Â¬ ed to it and extends to its injiwr customers the most iiknil rirwBiiiiuBWi pjzl accommonations consistent wiui - i correct banking business u Â¬ j White Oak Whittling And again it has occurred in an alto gotlior pleading and fascinating manner and ono in which all parties concerned bowed in acquiescence to tho inevitable and witncMcd tho solemn ordeal which makes Two souls with but a slnglo thought Two hearts that beat us one Such was the scene witnessed at the res idenco of tho brides father W D Allen on last Thursday evening at 730 oclock when his daughter Miss Flora was led to tho hymeneal altar by James II Se Â¬ bastian attended by John Patrick of Magoffin county and Miss Ida Allen of this place tho nuptial knot being tied by Nov W B LykiiiH of West Liberty After congratulations hand shakings good wishes etc there was u supper partaken of At which tho epicure could satisfy Ids overy want and tho inward man made to feel that it was good for Tho groom is an enter- Â¬ uh to bo hore prising young man of good habits and business qualifications being now en- Â¬ gaged in jtokool teaching Tho bride though young in years is fitly compc tent tepujce a dovoted and aflbctiouato wifo colour great heart of philanthro- Â¬ py goes out in good wishes that their union may bo biased with all tho sweet fruitions common to this mundauo sphere again All we lack is officers who aro bold enough to execute the law Loafing gambling and drunkenness havo for a long time given our town a black eye but tho tide is now against those curses and may it prevail J L Kendall wna tried and fined 25 recently for running a blind tiger in tills placo United States marshals will be solicited to look into tills matter if not stopped at once Tho election is over and tho hearts of the people aro gladly beating Let good will reign and harmony exist Tho Toachers Institute convened here and a jolly good time is anticipated by all tho teachers Major George llampton and Ids daughter Kato of Bath aro visiting relatives at this placo Stock Is bringing better prices Crops of corn look well Â¬ kiilllt OF ilMWlBMMaBMMBMBHaBWIiilWIlBaHBaaWM jirSoIe proprietors of the famous N EKVE KINO virtue of taxes due the Sheriff of Wolfe countv for the years 1883 1880 1890 and ZThe only remedy that is sold on an abso 1801 1 or one ot my deputies will on MON lute guarantee to cure all nuns and DAY SKIT 7th 1891 between the hours Aches Crumps and Colic Diarrhoia Dys M ut the front door of V2 and 2 oclock entery etc Used internally anu exterof the court limine in Campion Ky sell to nally The best Liniment in the world the highest bidder for cuh in hand the fol PRICE 25 CENTS lowing described property to satisfy tax and oo By Â¬ LAND FOR TAXES 1 CATLETT3BURC KY The Largest Drug House in tho Ohio Valley Manufacturers of 228 REMEDIES that nro Sold by tho Dozen 16000 Square Feet of Floor Room 28 Hands Employed WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING DRUGGISTS rJTTOKr I frftfr0 President Â¬ the For the permanent cure of Pains Buck and all disorders of the Kidneysi and Urinary Organs Thousands of cer J ttiheutes of those who nave useu tmsj kremeuy win oe seui on niipucuiiou X rilHJU iou umnnn krinurv rnnnui in Solo proprietors of the renowneili5x I costs AliliKMKK JaCOII 500 not loeuted in Diit No 7 for It 31 year 1801 Adams John A 1 town lot in Hazel 7 33 Oreen1888 BaNKH C acres land Foit Saik by Dhuo Stokes and Country Storks Every wiiKREf J M -- KELLY WM BRIGHT Secretary and Treasurer August 24 Eiitk acres of laud in District No 3 udjoiniiig lauds of J Creech for year 1889 Caudmi Thompson 73 acrei lund adj lands or D S iodsey in Dist No 7 for year 1801 Comiih Sam UK 50 acres land ndj lauds of Ellen Ashley In Dlst No S for year 1891 Cox A V 75 acrei land ud Iiiiuh of J U Spencer in Dist No i for BUUOCK A lands of M for year Jamks acre lund udj C Scwcll in Dist No 41 1G0 1891 3 28 WHENEVER YOU VISIT LEXINGTONS CALL ON THE F 10 12 Lexington Foundry Go Office 99 EAST MAIN STREET 3 W 3 50 3 05 Shop K U RAILROAD near 7th St They are operating THE LARGEST STATE east of Louisville Mnytown Missile Fauiknku J hunN of A 0 for yeur years 1890 lU W Quito a sad accident happened uear 8 tills place last Thursday evening Jacob FIOUIINOY A L 700 acres laud wdj lauds of win Ledford in Dist No Rouse was Instantly killed by tho burst- Â¬ U 3 for year 1891 ing of a wooden drum at tho saw mill Fukkman llKNUV 50 acres land not He located in Dlst No 7 for year one pleco striking him on the head 4 1891 L U IlAII OllKOOUVK HKIIW 1800 acres was burled Friday by tho F of which ho was a member We havo plenty of measles in town Mrs George Rogers is quite sick with thorn If they pass this way again soon will bo no place in Maytown where thero they can stay over night Our public school opened on Monday 17th Inst Hov Jas E Wright princi- Â¬ pal twisted by Miss Carrlo Spradllng Wo havo tho promise of an excellent school Horn to tho wife of Row R D Hlv ons a fine girl Thos Koso is very low with fever land adj Win Vencll in Dint No year 1891 Johnson Sociiatk 10 acres land udj lauds of Isaiuh Spencer in 3 for V 1890 acres land adj Ituuey in Dint No 100 FOUKDRYaKI MACHINE SHOP IN THE 90 97 All kinds of BOILER AND ENGINE REPAIRING SKILLFULLY DONE J M KELLY President the lowest iiviNO pricks at Ofiico 99 EAST MAIN 89 Mrroundry STREET dk on K U KA1LUO - Lexington Ky and that ono day their childrens children may riso up and call thorn blessed Wq 07 90 Â¬ had tho pleasure of attending tho funeral services of old Aunt Susan Allon at tho Poplar Grove church conducted by Rovh W I Ly kins James Wheoler W K Davis and others Sister Allen was tho wifo of ex Judgo Daniol Allen of Magoffin county and a sister of Hoh W I Taulbeo of Red river She leaves a large family of children grandchildren and other rola Uvea to tho bereavement of an absent wife Bister mother and grandmother May thoso surviving ones over live to taf Thursday emulate her example Samuel II May loft hero last week for Missouri to maku that State his future homo Our good wishes follow him to Ids western homo and wo hope tho sun ahlno of prosperity may over illumine his pathway and that ho may always cherish in fond remembrance tho associ ations of old Whito Oak So assuring tho people of hia futuro homo Odessa Mo bat ho Is justly worthy of their confidence ami fidelity wo sincerely hopo lie may over share tho same with all whom ho may como in contact -- Â¬ a The public school lngan at this place last Monday with C P May hm principal and MIm LHIIo Allon as wwistant Tho present Indications aro that it will bo a tmccwful term as the daily attendants artrajp nbout 76 aid Mill thrffeV more fa fellow Let me admonish y6u pat twm lay alde the jara mid Kchlsina of the acres land not located in Dlst No TJIHMflH IN1TMCTI0N IN I00K XEEPIN1 SHORT HAND TYPE WRITIN8 PENMANSHI 20 48 7 for year 1891 ETC TEIEIRAPHY ETC AT THE BRYANT k STRATTON 1USINESS COILEIE SOUTH WEST K V IANH Co 12942 acres iuud JWNtNJHIRI ARB JEFRtlH tTREET8L0UltVILlE KY CATAL08UE FREE adj lauds of Kilns Reynolds c 343 00 lu Dists No 3 A 4 for year 1S91 LlTTlK H E 130 acres laud adj tominmiTSMPKi lauds of Joe Spencer in Dist No fENTUCKY UNIVERSITYihv he ollejfe of Lihoral Arts has cinirsiv clnw 4 90 4 for yeir 1801 10 VK C L 1000 acres laud not lo Ht ule ts i1 of niim mmit lu n UminK ntrL0 Twfi VE 20 48 DOMAKH cated lu Dist No 7 for year 1891 ou oxe n eeivMl as i Vft u i YX I Session liuiH Maionky M C Sn 74 acres laud l rtNllnt f udj lands of Logan Hoke in Dlst JfrnW ff SllA I AM W of tho Blhle P No 5 for years 1889 00 91 rf J310w May E 11 1 town lot In Ieo City 7 17 for year 1890 p snMCENTRE COLLEGE SSScIISSf ilM Moruu MoDaNIKI John 50 acres land adi Wingless August 24 lauds of Joab Pence in Dist No o for years 1889 90 91 128 or wkAH A InMt Call With Winning further luforinatiou address riiKWiTT 750 acres laud MlllKli t miiMi f D Jnr wt10He Ky adj lands of Fieldeu Bush in Dist T havo Indulged you at tho expense of 23 25 No I for year 1891 my credit am now in debt and must Pottkii D H O M 3750 acres laud J H Shurji Ilrupf Trimble T G Denton adj lands of Win Ledford in Dlst havo money or a judgment This Is pos No 3 for year 1891 70 117 lOLLEGIATE INSTITUTE SHARP TRIMBLE DENTON itive ho you had hotter como and settle QlMHlNllKllllYs HKIUS 1704 acres I will tako anything that I can laud iiilf lauds of N II Towiiseud Of Central Tnlversitv at onco MT HTKRMNO KY 48 03 in Dlst No 4 lor year 1891 JACKSON KENTITOK V uso agtiin on debts now a Uohs O K 100 acres land adj J lino of Also I will oiler for sale my house and Spencer in Dlst No 4 for year Situntion henutiful and heiilthful Jarie 1891 Moots Shoos about three acres of splendid land in tho SllKHAN MlOHAKl 2KN acres laud il 73 two story hrlek huildiiiK a faculty of emu- IHteill and exiwritiuiil linflirM I I II Mill household town of Hanoi Green Also I n nvin not located in Dist No 7 for year J and Gouts nnil in term ed late departments nil eoiimioii and kitchen furniture and all tho stock nranehes Aeeadtimie and eidleudiite de Wo nn South lltii T 400 acres land udj of nartinents Higher English Natural iiul I may havo on hand Sale will Ik on J Spencer in Dist No 4 for year Mental Seieuees Ijilin Jroek tlerinan AL goods and pri Â¬ Friday October 2 1891 tho last day of gehru leometry Surveying o Full Nnr SlKNCKK IIkiiih ok W T 275 acres mill t onrso nrmnged J A Taumikb tho Fair cspeelally for Hie ces and laud adj lauds of J Creech lu as thorough training ot teachers Hazel Green 27 181U Buslines Dlst No 3 Tor years 1889 1890 91 32 31 August ourse giving itnictlcitl instruction In husi reconnnoiKled SllUIOCK li 0 00 uercH land adj jiess tonus and eulciilatlons eonunereial lauilsorl 11 illilis in Dlst No Lovkh Mill Va Aug 17 J8SU law neiiiniuiHliiiii i iviwu rii f n 2 for years 1890 and 1891 12 10 II BKNNIrr deirtment orgim and piano Bothiuiiviii Mtt Cooihii Dear Sir Enclosed find TltAiUK S F J Ill acres laud in sexcx admitted lnoniNofhtiiilonts carefully guard with Dist No 3 lint located fur year check on tho Exchange Hank of Mt eileourseMotudy eomnlete and tlnr 1 send mo for which Session of 1811 Storllng Ky for iV oitens Tiiimlit TUKNKU TllOH 4UUI acres laud adj JOBBERS OE iirKor plrKiiliip lvl a IVSt I old of Wm Udrnrd in Dist No lands tho dear Hdlrcss lOF M C M AUION Secy mis uaps uioves Straw Goods 3 for year 1891 78 12 for another year Respectfully KV O 0 HANKS S I 11 BUNTOv n II ClmiccS0 0 UMRELLA8 ROBKRT ElAWIOK T Kkyktonk Invkstmknt fo Dlst No 4 for years 181H1 91 1000 5 10 Mkmid tliH Jir1 liS C 9 hv1 Arjon8 11 Â¬ - r- lilt rnwny SB ioooi Â¬ JAaS5BOSS 1 Have complete Clothing Hats Furnisliinir GnnIs solicit inspection our guarantee satisfactory articles viiiiiniinw T 11 iluki urkin jikui YANKIE SEIP ntfNP St CO Lv ciiimicothk O v t 1 larger circulation In Wolfe Morgan uml Hrcnthitt than all other papers in tliu HtaU ami merchant In Mt Sterling Win Hum a Hazel Green Herald Chester Ixlugton IxiiiIrvHIc anil Mucin uati will find It tii k iiiht mkdmim through which to secure Mountain Trade ADVK11TIHINU UATKS TKANBIKNT Advertisements Inserted Cor loss than months will he 7fl rents an inch fur the first iiiHertion and 25 cent an inch for each sub sequent insertion UK TAll TKAN8IKST AnVKKTIHtNO MUBT PAID IN ADVANCK HTANDINO AtlVKItTIHKMKNTH 12 mouths 7 CO 12 fo 10 00 18 75 22 IX t inch I 1 2 IncheH inches inched f Inches I Inches 25 00 Liberal rate on laruer advertisements made known on application Local notices to be interspersed uiuoiif reading matter 10 cents a line with a 1Im count of 25 per cent where they run a mouth or uioio Obituaries trlbuteH of lesjiect etc He a line Count nix words to the Hue ami Mend A number of our young people and money witli the manuscript We will write obituaries and publish nt 5 centH a line Bomo of the older ones too gathered at Marriage and deatli notices not exceeding the residence of Mr and Mrs Green ten linen solicited and published VKKK rATlUUM KOU KKUIMAK AWEKHTIHINU Butler ono night recently and tripped lAYAlllK QUAItTKUIY ON IMtfAJiillfr the light fantastic to the bewitching In his race for Congress Hon J W Kendall oilered a Hag to the county that in proportion to the nuinlor of votes cast gave the largest Democratic mnjo Ity When the smoke cleared away it wan found thot the banner lay between Knott Wolfe Morgan and Elliott Knott however winning According to prom ise Mr Kendall is having a mftgniflccnt banner madu and will go in jwrson to Hindninii the fourth Monday in Septem Â¬ ber tlio first day of Judgo Patricks court and by appointment make a speech of presentation Speeches of acceptance will be delivered by two or threo young orators of Knott On his way to Hind man Mr Kendall will bo joined by a committee of young Democrats of Floyd It will bo nu old fashioned Democratic love feast and it good timo Is expected Morgan Messenger Â¬ Joseph Back and Dr J F Cojhj of this place loft for an extended visit to friends and relatives in Breathitt Two of our enterprising young men seem to be engaged in a lively business S ANNOUNCEMENTS 1801 1802 1 DAILY HACK LINE FROM HAZEI4 GREEN ACADEMY Address SlKNTlK COgBK Hazel Srlen Ky strains of violin and banjo until the weo short hours ayant the twal ANNOUNCKMKNT W B LoMoster superintendent of We arc authorized to announce JKOIUIK W DltAKK as a candidate for Sheriff of schools for Elliott county was n guest Wolfe County subjects action of the Dem of the Day House Tuesday night and n ocratic party part of Wednesday Mr LcMaster is a We arc authorized to announce WKEDEN brother-in-laof Jonas F Vansant and CONGLETON as a candidate for Sheriff of James P Hall of Campton whom he Wolfe county subject to the action of the Democratic party If elected John T was en route to visit Ckntkk will be his deputy We received on Tuesday night a toma Â¬ We arc authorized to announce W A HYltD of Torrent as a candidate for Slier to weighing 2 pounds and the card at ill of Wolfe county at the August election Â¬ 1802 subject to the voters of the county tached shows that it was with the comMr IJyrcl says he is a Democrat and expects pliments of J G Trimblo and ex Judge to remain one he does not believe in frau- Byrne It came from Frcnchburg but dulent means of securing county office and if honored to the position of Sheriff will wc aro unable to say who raised it It perform the duties regardless of person or certainly is the boss Â¬ w and will got there Eli Just now corn is very scarce hero It Is worth six bits a bushel one day and Normal and Preparatory School nary a red tho next Our big men who took a bunch of 1IltHT TKUM MXIINH cattlo to Mt Sterling market report MONDAY SEPTEMBER 7 1801 sales very low Tho gcntlo showers of rain still con Â¬ Rates of Tuition per Month tinue nnd corn crops aro looking quite IOOv promising MT Payable one half 011 entering School Mrs Rosa B Codec is visiting her patho other at middle of term rental home at Hagar Ky FUKK HClIOLAHflllirti O W I Pugh and J C Bailey are Any snholars taking first and second lion visiting in Magoffin ors on the completion of their courses in the Bio Ike August 24 Academy shall ho entitled to a free scholar Â¬ ship eaoli in Kentucky University A freo scholarship in tliu Academy will ho awarded to ono pupil from each of tho following mountain counties vU Rrcahitt Clay Elliott Flod Harlan Johnson Knott Lee Leslie Letcher Laurence Martin Magnfun Mcucfee Morgan Owslrv Perry Pike Pow ell and Rowan provided such arrange lok ments have been made for tho competitive examination by the common school author all ities or with their consent as shall enable each student of common school grades to llvar compete for the scholarship and tlio appli bowels cant therefor shall bear a certificate from tho examiner that he has obtained tho high est mark attained upon the examination iu HAZEL GREEN TO ROTHWELL Leaves Haeel Green every warning 8hh day excepted nnd connects with afternoon train for Mt Sterling Leaves Rothwell every morning oh arrival of train from Mt Sterling except Sunday and arrives at IIrccI Green at 4m 1 M Fare 150 and 200 2 Each Way or children traveling without escort The traveling patronage respectfully solic Â¬ ited Very respectfully w u TAiiuu Proprietor Careful and attentlvo drivers in charge of each hack and especial attention paid ladles THE WINCHESTER BANK WINCHESTER KY N For Bilious Attacks heartburn disorders of tha stomach and and Â¬ II WITMEH8POON President Jl I IIUNTER Cashier Â¬ hadaoh Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ayers Cathartic Pills ars tha safest surest family use Â¬ his county This Hank solicits the accounts of mer Â¬ chants fanners traders and huslncM men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and oilers its customers every facility and the most liberal terms within the limits of legitimate hanking oct8ly Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 HOARDING and most popular medicine for Â¬ Wc aro arranging to build n Dormitory that will accommodate 00 boarders and will have it rcadv for occupancy by tho opening of school There will not be anv more trou ble about too high board Tho cost of board will bo Â¬ NEW FARMERS BANK MT STERLING KY Â¬ party We are authorized to announce JONAS F VANSANT of Campton us a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Wolfe county subicct to action of the Democratic party Hud 8 years experience as Deputy Clerk Your support and influence respectfully solicited Wc are authorized to announce J U JIOLLON present County Clerk as a can didate for Circuit Court Clerk of Wolfe county subject to action of the Democratic party Your support and influence is most respectfully solicited Â¬ While at West Liberty Monday The Herald man visited the Messenger sanctum and found Messrs Caraway Robinson very pleasant gentlemen and returns thanks for courtesies extended W B McNabb who has been visiting relatives and old acquaintances in Notth Carolina since July 20 returned home lost week very much pleased with his trip and will go again this fall We will bo prepared to do better work next session tnan ever before During the summer tho school will bo supplied with Wm Char M Qnunns Mitchell maps charts globes etc etc Prceldcnt Cashier cannot find a better school In the ion mountains of Kentucky Our rates are low The largest capital and surplus nnd indi TEACHERS INSTITUTE PROCEEDINGS our methods of teaching Normal wo keep abreast with the tide of education Our pu vldual deposits than any hank in this sec With a new trimming mnchine n modern pils arc our best advertisement Wo refer tion of the State stapler fast job press un ubundiincc of type you to them Hazel Green is the prettiest town in Eastuna superior workmen we are better pre Bank of Kintneky pared to print Institute Proceedings than ern Kentucky free from many of ills of Exchange any office in Eastern Kentucky Please give railway towns and those of more popula MT STERLING KY us your ordors 81 ENCEIl COOPER tion no saloons or harbors of temptation influEditor Herald Hazel Green Ky The people welcome strangers and ences for good aro thrown around them All boarders will be under tho supervision CAPITAL SIOOOOOOO of the teachers tiend for catalogues etc HOTEL Â¬ Dr Ayer Lowell Mass J C Jfc Go 2 pir Wk Everything Furnished Capital S2B0000 Surplus S40QOO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CECIL WEST LIBERTY KY WM May 8 1801 H CORD PRINCIPAL S W CECIL Jn PitorniL roK The cattle market at Mt Sterling was The Herald man was in West Lib- Â¬ This new hotel bna just been opened for guests very dull erty Monday and discovered among the reception oflivery Fare excellent good ample rooms stable in connection other things that J T Gevedon Is sell- Â¬ au28 Jimmie Day and others of this place ing stacks of goods He is liberal ad- Â¬ Rates reasonable a took in the Lexington excursion ThursESTRAY NOTICE pays him vertiser nnd Â¬ We have more Hacel Green business than any other hank and want to increase it Send us your account and we will treat - you well 1 J PETERS PKE8IDENT JOHN G WINN Cashier day it has taken up as stray on his farm in Wolfe Cleanse the blood with Ayers Sarea conntv about 2 miles southwest of Catrm hoes about 12 months old of parilla and realize what poor health you ped over in our town from Friday until ton r Ky 3white Rnntted color niurlcci with OF Sunday and on Saturday night enter- Â¬ blank and have hadn smooth cron oft each ear and two splits in audience with sketches left car ami one split in right ear I have tained a large Mrs- Alice Fieratt and her niece both of plantation pastimes had name appraised by J 8 Cable of Wolfe county Kentucky who asicssed the value of Ezel are visiting Judge G B Swango ot un id hoffH at 9 and the owner of same and family Tomorrow Saturday morning at 9 can have them by proving and paying char N 1 WYATT oclock Wm Lusk will dispose of his ges for them King Ford the prince of traveling household and kitchen Given under my hand this Julv 17 1801 pub- Â¬ furniture at W DUFF J f W C men was in town Tuesday night the A couple of wandering coons stop Â¬ Traders Deposit Baik F ASSOCIATION Tuesday Sept 29 Wednesday Sept 30 Thursday Oct 1 Friday Oct 2 MT STERLING KY Capital J M 200000 SimrLUB 80000 Cashiers - G RIGSTAFFTFrcsldnt L KIRKPATRICK Vice President W W THOMSON j B0U County of Wolfe crying I J R Hollon Clerk of the Wolfe Counforegoing stray A communication from David Hogg A private letter from Fork of Elkhorn ty Court do certify that tho in notice was this day lodged my office for Esq of Campton hns been laid over gives the following bit of news Born record and that i have duly recorded tho and will appear in our next issue To South Trimblo and wife July 10 a name in my said office Given under my hand this Juiv 20 1801 J II HOLLON C W C C Ayers Pills cure headache Send a 2c boy weight 12 pounds name Asbury Trimble stamp to Dr J C Ayer A Co Lowell Mass for a set of their attractive album Lee City Localtttes cards The school at this place is in a high guest of the Day House lic outcry John H PieratUwill do the Statk ok Kentucky 1 Â¬ We respectfully solicit the business of mer Â¬ chants farmers traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky A general hanking business done Give un a chance to send you a bank book pay your checks and loan you money when in need W W Tiiomiuon Cash Mf Sterling National Bank MT STERLING KY HAZEL GREEN Capital 100000 Evangelist F Agar and wife will hold state of progress under the superintend a meeting at Cecils school house near ency of J W Taulbce who is an all Hazel Green Tuesday September 1 around accomplished teacher and is well up to tho times in the pursuits of his All are welcome avocation from his vast experience and Will Cruey and George Uishop arc natuarl ability He seems eminently visiting relatives and acquaintances at skilled In the progressive of literary sci and near Rroadford Vn nnd will be ab once and evidently fills a prominent sent for some time place in his chosen profession Movgan County Voter My dear sir NonoEThc sale of the booth privi Natively wo aro brothers and I heartily leges of the Hazel Green Fair Associa Â¬ tion will take place on Wednesday Sept endorse your political yiowsf but not claiming to be a politician or a theologi- Â¬ fi at 2 oclock p M an but can sco no uso of staying hero so Miss Stella Kash a few days sinco pre Â¬ wo all may get oft up Salt river together sented our better i with threo very fine whero the lion roareth and tho whang tomatoes for which sho returns thanks doodle inourueth Tlio threo weighed 8 pounds G T Center has just been among us Thursday night last a crowd of young pressing tho claims of Congleton and folks assembled nt the residence of Mr Center for sheriff and it seems that ho and Mrs James Lacy and had quite a has made a very favorable impression with tho people but I tell you that sociable time until a la to hour George will not bo left Among the improvement going on in R G lloso has just accomplished a West Liberty Tiik Herald man noticed trado with J R Wilson in which he is that Jas Archey Lacey is preparing to to saw 85000 feet of poplar lumber at build a handsome cottage house Uncle Jack 40 cents per hundred fine building on his Sec the card of the Cecil Hotel West means to erect a Â¬ Surplus 16660 LEWIS APPERSON Pkwjidknt II R FRENCH OaHiiier customer fairly Mountain business U respectfully solicited with tho assurance that we will treat every Having just thoroughly overhauled thp Hazel Oreen Mills wo are now butter than ever prepared to do Gvurfcom Qjriiadinp And wo respectfully ask all wishing Corn or Wheat ground to give un a trial Wo guarantee satisfaction HAZEL GREEN MILL CO R 74 S STRADER Successors to SON A Co szf rxuiMXUsaf GompttitkiR OpM to tfw World STAT EOF KEITUCKY 26 PROFESSORS J A Laii E Main 8trkkt LEXINGTON KY Wholesale Dealers in Agricultural Scientific Engineering Normal Bohool Aondemio commercial ana Military Courses of gS Diuuy w COUNTY APPOINTKKI RIO IVKO OlaMioal w im MSTRUCTORS Straight Kmfucky A Whiskits c SPECIALTY Wins Brariits FINE OLD WHISKY CIGARS AND TOBACCO Agents for Old Pugh Old Pepper Old Tarr and Old Taylor O REAR fc UIG8TAFF KY ATTORNEYS AT LAW MT 8TERLINO Liberty Ky which appeora in UiIh is-Â¬ sue This house is a new one furniture new and everything neat A trial from the public is requested and satisfaction guaranteed Howard Stumper of Campton passed through here Tuesday on route West Liberty on Bomo legal buslnew Mr Stamper is a promising young law- Â¬ yer He is a young man who stands fair with the people and we hope to bo able to see him In the near future attain to the hlgheat position in Ills profession A Practice In the courts of Montgomery and Frozen Creek farm adjoining counties and in the Court of Ap Â¬ peals ami Federal Courts George D W Dunn a vetcrau of the A T wood late war who has been known hore for WOOD DAY 1H FDAY lol these many years has been made ATTORNEYS AT LAW happy with a big war pension Office over Exchange Rank Maysville St Mt Sterling Ky Married on tho 10th inst Dick Tol Praolice in Montgomery Powell Menifee Hubbard W L Taulbee Wolfe Rreathitt Rowan Magoffin and Mor Â¬ eon to Leathy May flowers of happiness gan counties and Huperior Court and Court officiating of Appeals ever bloom around their path W E White of Campton ha been The justly celebrated Perrylan steel pws at our place Interviewing the distiller so that they may are nold at thta office at 10 ceatA a dosen and taking their bonds and the tart pencil Ih town at 5c a piece proceed to business Over 10 and under 15 years of ago 25 Cents J At 35 Cents Over 15 years Catalogues giving pre miums in full will be ready for distribution Juno 20 and may be bad by addressing W G LACY Secretary or Bootb privilege address J M HOSE 8EITS5 WHO ADMISSION Hoard in dormitory families 360 to J Frill OF TUITION Fall term begins HeFtowfcertHhiiw 2 tier week t in private For Catalogue addreiw K XjUAIHUIUN PATTERSONS ky PhD vc Trimble Bros WHOLESALE ROGERS MT STERLING KY if President wmw WJ Henderson A Son Thos WITH IWAaLK jPlrCoHlkfHMents ef nretltiee awti ike patreRave or MeHHUiH ereHRHt rfspeet fally selielted Hbutjiffl fOTIONS jeniy WHOLJPALIC DRY GOOD ASHLAND KY dhcakpjbntkr MOOT WI01 A6 CATI4BTTIIU1W KY Mfy H Rm f idM r Itf ii SfBf mil m iff i ifi4 Tho party who has contracted for ever hnd xvan 812000000 bushels tho likely that another such chance for the last government report would indicnto farmer will present itself again in a tho product of Bomo farms stops Into tho shoes of tho farmer and will bo too a crop of 494000000 bushels say 500 lifetime Full Toxt of tho Iionff Promlood 000000 in round numbers There is however accthar renvMiy jlad o rccclvo double prices for tho Tho home consumption haa increased simple ofYeetlvo and entirely witltin contracted crop and that nil tho farm- Â¬ AUIanco Circular with tlie population and is certainly your control ers net in harmony Is not nt all necesp TII Hold Tticlr IFHMt over 350000000 btslielsj probably 300 The stocks of wheat and flour are sary for the success of this move AflfrtqTl ramifi 000000 which loaves us 1 40 000 f mo i jT hardly large enough to supply tho There will bo very few indeed un- Â¬ Until Tlicy Crtii l Tlior wi Vrvr exporL wants of this country unM the new willing to hold oft to see what will bc for H Arguiiiiii in lJivg tno lasttnflcnri vc exported orop ooiucs in ovo of this move as In view of tho tain Ulft fcmnnl 127000000ytarly in average of which Tfir temjutriirji mtfcy of the tpeeuUttor situntlon prices could never bo lower tiuropo received 107000000 and tlie crop and a ruth into butoeven if one half or more of the tT Aome time the press of iiin ostm West Indies and South America J0000 tleprml on un the mnrktt in rttly uncertain farmers should bo persuaded by the try bus referred 000 If for some reason wet weather for arguments of railroad and elevator men terms to a mtui Mrruliir about to Tills year we may Imtc 115000000 Imj lsued by the Farmers Alliance It more to spare which however will go instance the rush of new wheat should to rush their wheat into the market as rly as y novwCriitpjrosriiHttliuIrutilar which to South America on account of the not comefor this crop anticipated tlie the result would bo the samcw if would start in a ronsiderabb number of thost rho are in market is published in the form of a supple reciprocity treaties and Kurope will wiin una me ine prices which you uavu the habit of marketing oarlif hold back a n St Paul ment to the State Minn1 rduuivetlnY averaW quantity of Shout little while the farmers deliveries wild Alliance paper is a treatise against spec 107000000 bushels and no more as we obtained during the last fuw years lint if wot leather should not pre fall short of the requirements and the rjleet ulalurs and n ruquust to farmer to have no reserves to draw upon vent an early hardest Is it necessary icould be the same as if no iclteal had ben hold their grain until they can sell it This would make both ends meet value Tlje following is a there if Kurope had a good average that you should allow the speculator to brought in at all at lta real rob you of half the value ofyour crop There is however little danger that copy or the doetunent crop but Kurope has not a good aver Could you not act as if rain had real- Â¬ any considerable number of farmers Tlie Fanners Alliance demand unnni- - age crop in fact it lias the worst crop ly prevented an early hrffvest and coiild be induced to market tlndr prod Â¬ juously thutHhopccubiJlnnfor nture failure of the century could yon not for once avoid undue uct in hot haste at present prices as I doUyeriosiof curuiils shall 4ooj prpl Last winter wiu phenomenal all over hubUiiu supplvmgiliuspdouUtor Alli- Â¬ n Item Kurope in its fey verity and durntionT the means of keeping down with resolutions adopted by the state your ances long ago show that they know The greatest oompatltor of tho farmer Snow and ice covered even Jtalv and nriees is tlu speculator and his competition Spain and were iictunlly carried their enemies Is not at all fnlr because he sells what into Africa They nlso know that the remnants of Vessels on the M w tlie condition of the worlds crops a ho has Aot got and can sell unlimited terranean came into port tniciciy cov minimum last years crop are smaller than ever SliM iSovi wheat in present prices are unliruly out quantities wlillo tlie farmer has no ered with ice and this abnormal weath Now YorJ prieKlf is moderate jiiul conserva and that i more to ofTer than jfatnro igruntn to er worked incalculable damage to the of proportion to the condition of the tive and that members of your organ- Â¬ him winter wheat in all the countries of ization fdeilgOtluUtiselVeSJribtto market worlds crop crops that can be raised thii year A The speculator Hells for delivery in that continent The spring has lcen their pgicSjUiiless any lrton 111 of tlie year and therefore late and very unfavorable and even in are wbeatutUyvorand thiit they they can change the fact that the icorlds sup Â¬ eonlrael will makes it uunoeeswiry for tlie actual June snow and frost destroyed most of use under bestMuortvithtfrJends and ply is immensely below the requirements their consumer tho miller and tho exporter what was loft in half of Uermany and neighbors outside of the organization The American farmer is intelligent lay in such stock as lie may consider a great part of Austria enough to know that whoever markets to SlaKo litf jesohttrohfcA year like this re reasonably Hiiuicleiit for his requireThat the cri disaster is not local or lifsolve also that the state allian cos his products late in a ments ceives the best prices and there is s moderate or exaggerated can be clear The farmer coming in with actual ly seen by the actions of the different form a committeevliichl8hall keep really no danger that many will show itself posted ujut tho of the sup- imiiu finds governments tjdiedftiythomost of his customers worlds markels andfrofii lime to time enough sympathy with the speculator speculator with promises Russia appointed a commission to in Â¬ notify lhTnrjnr rOof changes taking to come to his rescue to deliver Every prudent man will hold back to vestigate tlie crop damages which re Â¬ place and adyjbe t hmn umm the mini Â¬ Me hifn no choice but to sell to tho ported wheat 17 per cent below aver see how tho speculator succeeds in mum prices that they may reasonably elevator man at a lower price than the ago and rye much worie feeding the world o wind If it should insist upon dnlatortf 1ms clflUrod his Chicago government be foulid that hisstull will not make It is tlie custom of that eAviu giviivou our ceasorLaor ar- UiiwKlignn to quiet the alarm of the people audq jlio Mr prices oi bread the miller and elevator men will It is a competition between grain inu damage inereiore is surely not less wheat aro really Jo be measured bv the come to you for your wheat and wind in which the wind has the tlian reported out probably much Knglish irmTkVfT for IliUt countrv is The people of the United States will advantage as the wind crop is nover I4W not begrudge tlie farmer u good prico t fflit Iklltt 11111 It tW till 111 VV VV Wa short The following Associated Press dis tent of 144000000 UV vearlv average for his product when his chance has is told that It is best for patches would indcato that the of leialj The farmer Von rs come for it will bring money into this TJiaprlcts for ihS l him to sell as quickly as possible that report iocs not tell the whole truth country and start such a prosperity WtrtMitireiv abnormal as WcrouK -- lhe snf- - j j there is a suirummduuoo of wheat PKnusmruohily nn unWkldy surplus which was kept that a rise in the price of Hour will bo that Europe will pay no more and that fering of the people in tho Volga coun up and increased by several extra good little felt thc Pulled States vill not sell it try through famine is increasing crors Uy holding off a few weeks and mar KiiV6pean will buy of rithef countries steadily t Ibis surplus being entirely used up keting the grain gradually the farmers STPKTKitfliirKO July 17 The crop it is perfectly natural that wheat should will learn to know their power and if who woidd be glad to have the trade reports exclude all hopo that there will return to tho usual prices Now there comes in the swindle they exert it always with moderation India is tlie only country that has bo a surplus of cereals for export Tho The average price of wheat in Kng and according to the tmo situation it rtfinyAvhunt tyi htjlL to sHpropo namely importations of foreign bread stuffs is land during the twenty years preceding will be of infinite value to all their in Â¬ uYioulJfhOOOOOl bushels per year All unavoidable terest for many years was 5141 per bushel that they have to spare is shipped or Austria is thoonly country which U has been said that the farmer can Â¬ Several years it rose over S200 a contracted for long before our crop until recently had crop prospects not bushel not put oft threshing and cannot hold hi this year of crop failure far worse his wheat for lack of storage comes into the market and supplies much below an average but an Assonull iL Mimll tint Lino of tho 141001000 ciated Press dispatch of June instates than any that occurred during these Now if wet weather should delay r r bushels yearly imported by luuginnu thaT oventhnt goveniiieiTl Is now twenty years it cannot be extravagant tho harvest several weeks would that alarmed ibout tlie fool questiort on ac to expect at least the average price of not put off threshing anyhow1 lllflll People talking about Egypt Aus- - count of tho destructive frosts In tho that period In the old states everybody is in po- Â¬ A price of S1I55 at Sew York Corre Â¬ sition to hold his wheat a reasonable tralia Argentine Republic etc as second week of June coinpetitors with American wheat are 4JirUnlynd Spain measures are under sponds with 145 u England as the time and if in the new states somo transferring a bushel of these litl9r JiKiruuL fiF lie Jor allenough dejiato topdlngSgfopyotoTvJtho people expensetoofLiverpool or London is not fanners should lack the facilities a few against a famine wheat eountrlcs tpgrtjuc havq not dollars spent for Iwards will create f1 In CSermany tho advisability of call- Â¬ more than ten cents surplus for export to Europe to feed it them It is not even necessary to spoil ing together their congross on account New Yorlc Haltimorc Uoston and the lumber and it may bo returned for throe days Von have probably hoard that well of failure of tho erdps has been dis- Â¬ Philadelphia should have about the with small pay for tho use of it as is worn talk that now every month fn cussed n a longineetiiigofthe cabinet same price Chicago about ten cents often done when temporary structures Minneapolis Duluth for picnic parties aro erected Tho lower say SI- Whcro the year there is a wheat crop harvest in which votes were divided Toledo there is a will there is a way whole press now unanimously demands and St Louis about Sl Tills is tl vomowhoro in tho world Tho object is important enough to y probablytruo but it has not a particle this measure and the council of Iterlin Detroit and CincinnaH S1J3 bo about in put forward your best exertions These prjoos would all of inllueneoon the worlds market bo- - has petitioned for it and oji ncoojfnt of The German farmer sells to day his rye cause it is alt needed at home and the last disastrous Julio frosts this ex proportion to a price of S14 in Liverr traordinnry nep is considercdjhnavoid pool probably more too for more than S 1 S cents of our money per get at tho corresponding value lint no matter how ridiculous his ns- - able Franco grain duties have been re of To bushel of wheat at your nearest pound You are offered one half thai prico a rln nertlons are the speculator succeeds in duced unci tuxc remitted to farmers on railroad station you deduct from for wheat If tho faets about tho American crop depressing prices and makes a profit account of crop failure the price of wheat at the city to and our exporting capacity wore truly finally at the end of a crop year tho Jf most sanguine esti Â¬ which your wheat generally goes tho In supply gets notably scarce he still tries mate Itclgium the than one third of a cost of transportation between your understood in Europe prices of cereals is no more would bo much higher hold dowu prices byitullclng ffibout crop and tho English croniigAory Into station and that city and throe1 cents You probably know that speculators t Wtyho eUoVmouH crop that is going to more for commission and handling and therefore uncertiiiavMifl and those in sympathy with them havo come For example if your wheat usually been continually talking about tho im Â¬ All this docs notfneatanmU dam This manipulation har robbed the in f uctnaoriQ wouldlriotico goes to St Louis mndyou Hnd that it mensity of bur cOnilng crop placing farmer of this eomtry of 500000000 in jvgojyklch costive iglit cents freight togoUtthcre thu total prospective harvest at about the last three vearrt H allure glvlasr rise to tho most serious deduct eleven cents for freight com- Â¬ 000000000 bushels and ovor From 1834 to 1837 tho crops of liuropo mission oil from tho pricecif S12H as lprehHslons J In Europe tho nnrtAinerlcn were in excess of tho coti even Europonovor raises as much wheat given above which leaves you SI 12 at higher as wo talk has boon press seo by tho nuirptlon nud a low price for wheat asltncedrt and witli fair crops during the station us well as by prlvnto letters Other- Â¬ was quite natural hut during tho la thnjo It has In three years tho crops though very fidrT thlast and all 3entjj Ainericaused up its want regard to this communication we wise well posted merchonts in Europo thai nnd India it distinctly understood that wo are of tho opinion that our crop of were not equal to the requlreineQllj rfterves ooiiUi supply do not advise you to sell your wheat at wheut will bo about 050000000 apd Atf A is proven by tho steady decrease which that reserves above prices which are based upon this country could ship easily aoo000 Now It cannot nf thcrescrvos which at present nro anufoonsequentlydrav upon Its would bo average prices of tho English market 000 or more this year it practically nothing or hardly HUtllelout short oven If its crops wore a fair aver Â¬ only r tiMiiMi tlirt now flrorn They beltevo that these figures nro jjiJAiiMSituy We simply furnish you roliablo fig Â¬ i good as wo havo reason age and moderate because tho information has WiUiSlipd5nototicylnerppsth6rhigh ures which wo think should suggest to from this country and they can- Â¬ whpat should fiuVo brought tbellove tfiiovr Our exporting capacity hns greatly you that it would be folly to sell your coinounderstand that wo having tho not Vrytrtjrpricjf dtirlng tho lasj tlireo decreased by tho Inurease In population wheat forloss than those prices goods to sell should spread reports jrcur accorrtiug to mo lawn oi supply anil weTwdulduotnoRblctO ftpare for Tho price of 115 in England which which would influence prices adversely i uddeinand Europe from four good crop years what s tho uyeplgq for twenty year4 will Those reports havo It makes ii dllTet cncO of ono hundred it will bo short this year alone probanly prove to be less than an aver- assiduously circulatednevertheless been on European ex Â¬ million ilollara per year to tho farmers Under xuch eircumatitner it i certain age price for the next twenty years ns changes and havo had their e fleet r of this country whether they soil tho steady increase of population is an though they uro nothing less than a wheat nt Bivontllvo cents or ono dgl nbefprevpndtjapiffiJtpceu offset for greater facilities id farming swindle lower lir und thayou had to take thonttroly tatora should dare to bet on low prtcr Hut considering the immense Tho figures about our crop nnd ex Â¬ IV pi m JJS P Jwi This however explains itself for tho shnrtaire of this vour nn jivfinri porting capacity as given above aro to tho manipulation of the speculator following reasons jhriooV wouUilequitU w tho correct and correspond exactly with IColctht Wear ivm etpmalty designed situation and If wo worotf thu owner those given bytliO statistician of our de Â¬ ty lrovdcn6 to hep our farming tifr I83T tho speQiilatlon on low prices was of wheat would qldvit for a much partment of agriculture who considers Oitt successful ou account of the wbrlds higher prfoV estimates of 000 000000 bushels for our 01 rtriWcroppromlsos to Vgood Soll sparingly oven when much bet Â¬ orop absurd crops being In exoebs of tho demand tho Kuropean crops aro worsu than and during the last thro years this ter prices are offered to you than thos Wo received a communication from they over have boon and tho reserves same speculation lias been carried on suggested ubovo and yon will see n tho department of agriculture Inclos Â¬ cxIffiVifitcd Y nro by cheek and did not result In disaster htcudy advance to the end of the crop ing a letter from tho statistician MMOa nMriirluulurill only because there wore rwjonvos to year Wo givo you thu exact words of tills vovy Wnth it rfovirnnieiitlroport about draw upon This action would bo similar to a f letter In regard to tho present crop It reports estimate the tho crops These Tills success for fUivcnj years has stike bub with this differenced The workingmnn loses inonnjovory says liunjlmrf neivspwnamlglvo tho made tho speculators thlnlc that they A thu winter wheat condition A porcontago of havo discovered the philosophers stono day flit strike hiUswhllo you do not Mfl now thoro Hhould bo ut Jouiithtnnils nt Uilrtoon too th a somewhat Ideal crop and would apd that betting on low prices can nl lose anything nud if some should he nuslicW to tho aero unions condition Inclines ejs and wuya bo made to earn them money inconvenienced for a few weeks for heforo harvost Ab spring wheat Is 051 and 11 vwjniUcwtoyioW of JMrtewibush more llkoly to dpclluq than UL fSttlon thularofl rthusbe en sur Thoro is no doubt that they would ready cash they will surely not got ticarcely bo nxpootea to avomolnoroasci It can thirteen bushonrV HViaiiylnn o year ruin themselves by persisting in that poorer by It Uia4 el Thorofnro with un area between thirty In the second place tho workingmnn nine ami forty million ucres ofthoro cannot b JBH2 when tno conuiiion ai narvesi policy during this year as the condi- Â¬ was 104 and tho yield thirteen and ono tions iro entirely rovprtdbut if our cnnuOt tell whether ho will to3baoooss COOOOOoai and probably will fall short 7a000000 half per acre Our present crop Is cron rushes Into ho market right after ful und how long it will take him to or l0OOJO0i and with reduced condition it h that absurd similar to tho crops harvest tliorO is tho danger that most enforce Ills demands but you know might thoIAOOO000 below Including tlburo Komuwhat As consumption seed Is 1SS4 thu govornmeut report 0l it Will havo been sacrificed before that In if year like thisypu must be suc- Â¬ immiHl to tako over 350OQO000 Uuihohi ft as of U1 1 inaUlnif tho uoreago tha muiiq an tho speculation on low prices is broken cessful for nothing can be substituted bo roadlly neon tunt a Htrong demand fqr Who will exist the condUiou nomowlmt Ivm In 1884 It would bf of course anyinous for your product and that a for weeks Burplus good pric thla x year which Hhoiid bring a oQiulltlon o winter loss to thu farming Interest ltioly tho must decide tlie war Ht harvestHlmo ihy SlgnoU Very Kespeott ully J DonciB You huvo nothing whatever to risk LftRSW wheat was Wnkd M8 aul cowaitlf Statistician busliS and everything to gain ML JlhUyearJho This letter is dated Washington wbial f pTSilhaAfdua tbovcry tTOK--MRnl tht of It will bo argued that tkunt farmers Juno 12 1K01 andis addressed to Hon HriHvvhbH d eft aVout 3M pbtceat 1 mt vayof Uffialktlon Ja too flow to havo already cOutracicoUtclr crops and J M Husk secretary of agriculture of save this crop from clnf wasted at that it would lie Impossible to tnuUuall department of agriculture 1A than Uitvlinal rtiort tho W largost w ridiculously low prlqus and it is not fur mors net in harmony The governmout report for July juBt iL tit ImrvcHt ot 1W4 NO SECRET ABOUT IT Ull Â¬ published docs not change tho Rltu fl tion at alL Tho condition of winter wheat is given a fraction of per cent lower and tnat oi spring wuoai a pet cent nbovo tho Juno report Tills supplement deals principally with tho wheat question as tho spccuJ lation in other cereals is not ns stronj tl M ly developed are really not in at 7ootja Corn and oats position for high prices as tcteat bceautm beinn principally absorbed as food for anfi 1 I Â¬ Â¬ mals great economy can be practiced ti their use Mill they hare maintained about doubU the ordinary prices because they are com paratively left alone by speculation This communication will be in the hands of every farmer in a few days and it must be indeed a stubborn and imprudent mini who would not heed Its advice which in no case could work to his detriment nnd which is based upon faets conservatively started an 1 uucor A successful move of this kind means dollars and cents and shows better than anything elsu that nUianci gives jfrength and prosperity It can bo speedily accomplished and will greatly nsstofc In the enforcement of other just dcilfnls for the benefit of the most iiUqfjJErous and important class of our population Your effort lo rcduco railroad and 1 evntor charges if Hystomatieally fol- el--- J4if7i1I tnrdieted -- I Â¬ I i 1 i n 14 i Â¬ t toft Â¬ Iate men take advantage of yon they take 1 cents or iuckcis out oi your pocuct while the speculator takes tho dollars You cannot afford to lose tho chancoS that this year offers you Dont get ex cited even if prices go far above those Â¬ IJIIU It VVIH 4 4l tliU ii il 1HUIVN11 mil d1i ttltlli 11 4 V ii J tiriiat I FV V 1 ll Â¬ indicated This year it is easy for tho farmer to protect his interest Next year we will be better prepared to meet any attempt at manipulating prices This extra will be mailed to every V local alliance in the country Express your opinion and let your i secretary communicate the fame to tho secretary of the state board All these resolutions will be collected nnJ the t exact results will be laid before every alliance so that you will know very soon what the farmers of the whole country think of tho situation and how J they will act You can full rely ou the figures and t facts as given above and must not mind the doings of the speculators Let them sell wheat promisa at JO cents a l bushel grain that has nothing to do with real s Â¬ - f Â¬ Â¬ Jrt5 Speculators have sold more than your surplus crop already What business have they to do that Will you sanction their actions and i so to sa make them your agents by delivering your grain at prices made by them without even consulting you When tho wheat gamblers hear of a determination on your part to hold your grain for a higher prico than they havo sold it for it is likely that they will make desperate efforts to further do press prices on futures for thO purposo of scaring you This must not affect you in tho least for if 3ou hear that a man has sold 3our horse or cow and has to deliver it in a certain time it is your luck because he has to eomo to you lirst and make his bargain and you will know what to charge him AInny people think that tho specula tion for depressing prices is offset by speculation for high prices and that there must bo a bull whcro there is a bear Tliis is entirely erroneous for tho bear speculator sells principally to legitimate buyers i Tie is tho cause that there are two cropt in Â¬ the market every year VBE jfjt m Â¬ o9Jlr jil P sa MPrnt Â¬ Tho buyer can easily take caro of but as tho farmers crop comes later than the speculators tho farmer is tho sufferer The speculators nearly all professional speculators aro boars will not like this circular They will say it emanates from somo paity who wants to seo wheat going tip In this they aro right most decided ly right and wo havo to confess to It Our address is at tho head of this circular and wo most sin cerely hopo that you will remember it and our confession that ice want to tee wheat going vp that we want to see tht farmers out of debt and farm property re munerutire and we confess also that tw ieill do our bist to help along to that end nnd tliat this article was written especially for that purpose ami that wo intend to write similar articles on kindred subjects and if our efforts are appreciated and sufficiently encouraged wo may even publish them in three languages The dally press does not love tho farmer since ho shows political inde Â¬ pendence und any move liko this calculated to prove his Rtrength and im prpyohis condition will pieot with a strong protest op tliolr part They will probably uull this moves corner or trust bocauso sUch Uames ara uupopular Hut what similarity is there between a corner or trust and a movo liko this A set of swindlers havo sold your property at a certain Hgure and want to force you to deliver it up nt a oWCf prico so they can mako a handsome one Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- -- Thor manipulations havo Impover ished thu farmer and thoy calculate that ho 1h suflloioutly reduced to bo I a perfectly defenseless condition aBq that his creditors will compel him Again bcprae tho victim of the spee -- If in vlcwof a largo deficiency of tW urop acKnowieugeu oy ovoryoouy tjuceood in forcing won to H vcpt v - HOME HINTS AND HELPS A YVooUlnml Curiosity lower pricbtf for wlioat vrliat can yoi whoa tho worlds crop is abun expect Whllo survoying flvo or six miles Coughs may bo much alleviated and dant dry throats cured by glycerine and lorn north of Montovillc Mo County Sur-Â¬ Ctin it bo called a corner or a trust on juice veyor Wood found qulto a curiosity re- Â¬ taken at tlmt you rofuao to sticriflco your prop- Â¬ should bo diluted night The glycerine cently Ills Hold notes mndo by Deputy erty becuuso tho speculator has Bold it Hlsonlts can bo warmed to bo as United States Survoyor desso Applo foryouV gate in November 1837 called for a Is it not your right nnd indeed a good ns when just baked by placing them quarter section at a certain hickory moral obligation to crush this swindlo in the oven dry covered closely with a tree ten inches in diameter Mr Wood tin 1 1 is n great improvement over tho wlien you havo it in your power found a hickory tree at tho point desig- Â¬ old way of wetting them No creditor will compel you nor can nated but it was fully sixteen inches in Vov a out take powdered resin compel you to sell your crop for hali diameter He out into tho trco and vulu when a few weeks patlenco pound it very fine and spread or sift it found its tho mark made in 1837 Tho chip over tho cut wrap a piece of soft linen must establish fair prices ho brought away with him about eigh Â¬ Tell your creditors nnd anyone- who arouiid It and wet it In cold water quite teen in length shows wants your wheat at half price that often This will prevent Inllammation inner inches a black surfaco likoon its faco bark in tho last few months hundreds of and soreness and tho raised figures 1 4 and tho million bushels of wheat havo been If tho material is washable at all raised letter S mennlng quarter soc sold by speculators that consequently black dye can practically be rendered a tlon The wood flbro of tho trco grow the market must bo glutted with it and fast color by thcdtclp of the salt water into the indented marks in such a way that you will wait until that wheat is bath before the general washing Is as to niako thu raised letters perfectly eaten up beforo you offer yours commenced upon After such a treat Â¬ outlined upon tho chip Chicago Jour- Â¬ Wo assure you that these hundreds of ment faded black caused by washing nal million bushels of windy wheat will bo will never occur very soon 1 consumed Go Jerry Cake One cupful of sugar Reporter Tho Talladega Communicate this Information to all one half cupful of melted butter one makes tho novel suggestion that when whom It will otherwise fail to roach cupful of milk four eupfuls of flour a jail is assailed by a mob intont upon or who do not understand the language berries to suit three eggs one and 0119- - tho lifo of an inmate and when it is and In a fow weeks tho illegitimate haUspoonfuls cream tarltir one spoori apparent that tho mob will reach its speculation which has nearly ruined ful of soda Put berries in Hour to victim tho culprit bo armed for self you will be a thing of tho past prevent settling Good Housekeeper defense Glvo lilm a Winchester ready fxt no man sell the farmers property Kreshly powdorot charcoal as an for action and a brace of good six without his consent shooters like tho boys outsldo havo and absorbent of gases Ms a good Strong and judicious efforts aro being keep continually in a milk tiling to though they are ton to ono against him room in made by your leaders in different warm weather it will in a measure give him a chance Vegetables states to put tho farmer in position to etc should not be kept in the meats It Is easy enough for men to bo bravo same defend himself against swindling spec- Â¬ room with milk In pans or other open when they nro a hundred armed and ulation Ulvo them your unqualified vessels as It is liable to be more or less free to ono empty handed and confined and earnest co operation becuuso It infected by the odors whielnprevnil Let it bo known that the man insido is will not always bo as easy to defeat N Y World ready to meet them on oven ono ehnnco your enemy as it is this your and there Â¬ Caramel Cake Two and a half to a hundred nnd tho bravery of tho fore prepare in time for tho fight upon cups sugui one cup butter oVc Imp onidnight law breaker will soon cool which your cntiro welfare depends on Parties who obtained an imperfect proof sweet milk four cups of Hour four The Mean Thing Ethel Ive boon that of part of this treatise and pub- eggs two teaspoons baking powder Filling for cake- two engaged six times and now Im going lished it probably with ths tn tent ion oj flavor for taste cups brown sugar one half cup cream to marry breakiny its ejject hare called it a secretCharlie Simpson How many cular We want it thorouyhly understood butter size of an egg Holl all to times havo you been ongoged Maudo thai here is jio secret about this and that gether until thick then spread it be demurely Only twice to Charlto tween the layers Housekeeper ice bey t very friend of the farmer to yiveit - Common Mustnnl One tablespoon Blmpon Epoch possible the widest circulation ful of ground mustard One teaspoon fk nT trap tttoK cart Puck ful of sugar one saltspoonful of salt QUEER HABITS OF MONKEYS Mix the salt sugar and mustard to Takes all the decrees the temperature Interesting OhKurviitiont of it Student ut gether and thcupnur on tfome boiling1 Not a periodical tlio powder magazine water gradually stir it with a horn Nuttirul Jllstnry Just rolls over tho grass tho lawn spoon or knife till it is quito smooth Thinking over this curiojis bubject mower the survival of tho fittest as fur as tho Some like it quite thick others prefer Otf tho stugo but no actors omnibus lower animal creation goes it has its it so thin as to run on the plate 15os drivers Mill ami Kxprcss ton UudgcL Â¬ tragic side I cannot help presentUliick satin can be stiffened by no eoiiBoquonco refiiHiil AMATTiulof ing a monkey trait Is a monkey really bad at heart Or shall 1 say a good sponging with vinognr and wtiter a ta- - of an offer of marriage word for him nndconsiderthntho may blespoonftil of the former to a pint ol A MTM nouNiirn sentence- - round rugged Sponge on the wrong side then rocks ragged rascals ran riotously Mail bo intent on dying what ho believes is a water kindness to a sickening mate when lid more lightly on the right side and press and Express is actually harming him Irince on the wrong If there are grease or Kkvowtion gives a chance for changes Krapotkinc who is a nihilistic senti- Â¬ other spots on it they may be removed When streets are turned upside down tho Picuyuno in an article entitled bv the use of alcohol and ammonia in mud gels 011 top N mentalist cental parts diluting each tablespoon ful Mutual Aid Among Animals tells of IIorsKimtu Item Tan slippers will bo the assistance chimpanzees sajotis of the mixture with a pint of water popular with mothers now that tho swim fcakis mandrills and baboons givu one Chocolate M old I rate t liree ounces mine season bus begun Huffalo Inquirer another I ran cite ns an eyewitness of chocolate into half u pint of milk Tin farmers wife who trades goose how one big monkey will take charge Add nearly one ounce of gelatine and feathers pays down for what she tra of a smaller one protect him against rather more than a quarter of a pound Gazette the bullies in tho cage and net as si of powdered sugar Mix in an earthen iiais should boar in mind tlmt hauling horse for his minor friend to mount jar and stand in a saucepan of cold young men over tho coals does not tend to Stir continuously make them pop Detroit Free Tress Hut never saw tho bigger divide his water over a fire bit of apple with the lesser monkey I while boiling fifteen minutes Dip a which leuds a Ax alligator is an yield to no one in my respect for the mold in cold water pour in and turn lazy indolent life hasanimal to do but eat nothing Flavor with vanilla just and sleep yet cannot bo said to have u soft log but 1 havo yet to note how Hanger out when sol brings a bone wiu his compliments to before pouring into the lnoldAititijn VWUV i ero I have often given two dogs egg is a great improvement and should loll tllOlllf Ti ta n vfii l iiiii 1111111 ulin their food in the same trencher but be added when the chocolate is about tforenco between woman who wants to bo trientlly Willi aim and a woman who wants Detroit Free Press M the greedier invariably bolted the half done to flirt with him Atchl on Globe -- if larger share just as would have done KTI IiliH lrokCout Tu Mm cmtill iimr win iunu nKnv ti irfl the vulgar pigs I have ridden the A noyrl garment designed by Hnglighj Swiuntiing doesnt tuuuoa clean breast of It best tempered of horses kind to a wrap when vWalkinjfrdrTv while hes In the water ho wont when ho man and his mate but a tiger when tailors as ng yachting or for general suhimer gets out- - lumaio jixpres - ho was fed that is towards his own wetir in the country takes its name Johnny docs a hea Ho an TnAcnna kind for when in rough campaigning long fruck coat worn byinoxfj egg ill Johnny No maam tho grocery measures of corn on tho ear were from tho closely copies This which it is on man lies the hen lays Ono is frCBh uud thrown on the ground it was his habit fitting coat of serge of very light tho other isnt Washington Star with fore and hind feet and with open easy with cut double breasted Foiiaivi and forget Is all very well but jaw to drive off every Other horse until oualitv cross seams at tho waist line and long if your enemy forgets it does not matter he was satisfied There is a sick monkey to reach almost to tho knee it very much whethor ho forgives or not in a cage At onco a careful keeper enough notched rovers collar broad Bomonillo Journal 11 removes the ill one or tho contagion has largo side pockets apd slender spreads v If the invalid is not taken miffs set down the seams in the j0 lapels uwaj tho other healthy monkeys will back of tho skirt The now fancyis There crowd the sick one to death of navy blue serge rnay be this explanation about it As to make this coat else of the brighter bluet blue the temperature of the ill monkey di or using pale yellow srge as a fncingfor minishesthat is if he has no fever the rovers collar cuffs etc and also the other monkeys may press around lining tho coat throughout with yelhim closely so as to keep him warm low Hright brass buttons set in a Anyhow by getting on top of him double row down the front edging the they smother him and hasten his end lapels If I were speculative anil forgiving to rovers and cuffs and on yellow to tliL in tho back add tho final touch monkeys 1 flight say that nature Jmd bo worn no usu for an ailing monkey and showy coat With this should -- nM 1 I I WHi by blonde or brunette a very I COPYRlruJ 1- 1wanted to get rid of him as expeditious either -a II iixji ly as possible and hence came this low sailor hat of black straw with Every one anffen small wreath of yellow blossoms under curious instinct to tho well to do ThoBu the brim or else a torsade of yellow from Catarrh in tho Head monaeys What truth there may be in band of black who the stories told by ranchmen of the chiffon while a narrow dont havo it suffer from thoso surrounds tho crown and who do speedy death of tho crippled steer velvet ribbon Its a disease you cant a rosette of ribbon holding a yellow keep to yourself despatched by the herd 1 do not vouch on tho left for This whole subieet Is deserving aigrette is set far forward Hero aro some of tho symptoms Bazar f greater study As to monkeys men side Harpers Headache obstruction of nose dis- Â¬ who have them in charge say Xi lrlccH on WomiMiH Hriulw cur This charges falling into throat some- Â¬ crowdlnirof a sick monkev is done Two men stood In front of the show times profuse watery and acrid through pure cussedness Harpers window of a Wabash avenue millinery mucous Weekly concern looking at the styles and guess at others thick tenaoious and offen- Â¬ lug at the prices Of course neither purulent bloody putrid Tho Una or YVntor lit London eyes weak ringing in ears had any sort of idea about the articles sive smell went in nnd deafness One docs not find any period In tho on exhibition offensivo breath Then they history of London when tho citizens asked tho floor walker how near they and tasto impaired and general de- Â¬ desired plain cold water as a bovernge had come to guessing at tho prices bility But only a few of theso Ueer was always tho national drink After she had told them one of the men likely to bo present at onco they drank small ale for breakfast asked Why dont you put tho prices Tho euro for it for Catarrh it- Â¬ dinner and srnner when they could on your goods the same os clothiers do self and all tho troubles that como Cut It they drank strong ale Of water on what they exhibit in their win a perfect and permanent or washing there was not at tins dows Von betray an ignorance from it cure is Dr Sagos Catarrh Itorncdy period so great a demand as at present that Is pardonable under tho circumAt tho samo time it is not trtio to say stances Here is a hat that we sell for Tlio worst cases yield to its mild as was said a fow years ago in tho one dollar and fifty cents Do not soothing cleansing and healing house of commons that for eight hun Â¬ faint -t- here are hats for women that A record of 25 years dred years our pcoplo did not vash can bo bought for that figure Suppose Eropertics that to its proprietors themselves All through the mlildU wo put that price on tho hat and dis and theyre willing to provo it W the uso of tho hot bath was nov played it No woman would over purifÂ¬ to you only common but frequent and in tho chase It because she would bo afraid They do it in tills way If they aso of the butter classes was almost a she lid that her neighbor might have necessity of life Walter IK sant in seen It and would know what she paid cant euro your Catarrh no raattor Â¬ how bad your caso or of how long Vjarpers Magazine for it One of the privilege of a wom 500 in an is to deceive her sex about the cost standing theyll pay you A tuuki cknt street railway Is run Chicago cash J Can you havo better proof of of her lmts and bouueta iir profitably and to thu coinfit w Tribune tho Scaling power of a medicino - A Model Knllwny Tho Burlington Itouto R oporutos 7000 inllos of road with termini 1b Chicago Bt Louis Bt Paul Omaha Kansas City and Doavor For speed sufoty comfort equipment track and efficient norvtce It has no equal Tho llurllngton gului now patrons but loses none O Q R TL Â¬ Bitnplo In Its all night ewls reputation for wisdom Is quite origin Even men aro Winer tho iifxt morning after thoy havo boon out Tins German Syrup A Cough nf lblhulclphla Times EvrnT mother owns tho bosfc boythe worst boy belongs next door ovcry time Texas Sittings Most not bo eonfoundod with common oath artlo or purgatlvo pills Conors Llttlo Llv or rills aro entirely unllko them la ovory re Â¬ spect Ono trial will prove their superiority Jaoson says ho doon llko to spring conun drums on seasick pcoplo becuuso thoy aro bo willing to give up auytlilng Elmira Gnzotto in positively hurtful to ubo ointment for Bkln dlRPnscs Uso Glenns Bulphur Bona It llllls Hair uud Whisker Dye fiOc It doesnt hurt a writer half so muoh to strlko a humorous vein as it docs to bump his funny bono Ulnghampton RepubÂ¬ lican To ttuaciATK tho Btomaohllvor and bowels and promote digestion tnko ono of Cartora Llttlo Liver Pills ovory night Try them A Kentdckt man called hto horso Hot ntsoult becauso Itwnstho llaest bred he know of Washington Btar Xo Opium In risos Curo for Consumption Curos wuoro other remedies fall 25c Tint soprano of a churoh choir linn boon known to tnuko a lilt tlmt entitled nor to the socond bass for Ufa Bluglmmptou Louder Tnc biggest things In India olophants Mall and Express medi For children cine should be abso- Â¬ A and Croup lutely reliable to mother must be able Medicino plii her faith to it as to her Bible It must contain nothing violent uncertain or dangerous It must be standard in material and manufacture It must be plain and simple to admhi ister easy and pleasant to take The child must like it It must bt prompt in action giving immedi-Â¬ ate relief as childrens troubles come quick grow fast and end fatally or otherwise in a very short time It must not only relieve quick but bring them around quick as children chafe and fret and spoil their constitutions under long con- Â¬ finement It must do its work in moderate doses A large quantity of medicine in a child is not desira- Â¬ ble It must not interfere with tho childs spirits appetite or general health These things suit old as well as young folks and make Bo schces German Syrup the favorito family medicine Â¬ - -- Â¬ sfasS8 s LECTROTYPING A r TEREOTYPING OF THE HIGHEST GfWDE PROMPTLY EXECUTED SY Â¬ A N Kellogg Newspaper Co a Both tho method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to tho tasto and acts gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys Livor and Bowels cleanses tho sys We offer to our Customers and The Tracts generally the most satisfactory work possible Our facilities enable us these branches If you deslri to turn out work very rapidly lo release your type on some large job send It to us for either stereotyping or eiecuoiyp In Â¬ gets-El-in- 1 1111 11 -- tem effectually dispels colds head Â¬ aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is tho Ing and It will be returned to yon promptly only remedy ot its kind ever pro- Â¬ duced pleasing to tho tasto and ac- Â¬ and In good order We make a specialty of Newspaper Head ceptable to tho stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its Ings and Cuts and have the largest assort- Â¬ eflects prepared only from tho most bo found anywhere Id healthy and agrccablo substances its ment In these lines to many oxcellout qualities commend it the country from which to select to nil and havo nmdo it tho most popular remedy known A N KelCogg Newspaper Co1 Syrup of Figs is for snlo in 50c CHIOAQO ILU 07O DCAnDORM OT 300 and 81 bottles ly all leading drug- Â¬ a 020 WALNUT STflCCT OT LOUia MO gists Any rcliablo druggist who 024 73 ONTAHIO OTnECT CLEVCLANO OHI may not havo it on hand will pro 177 a 71 ELM OTnEET CINCINNATI OHIO 170 euro it promptly for any ono who 401 WYAHDOTTH OTnECT KAN8A3 CITY Ma wishes to try it Do not accopt any 00 40 JEFrCNOON 8T MEMPHIO TCNN Bubstituto 74 TO SAN FRANOISOO LOUISVILLE KY DO l r h i I t i CAOT OTM BTIIECT OT PAUL MINN - CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO OAL JEW YORK NV f 1 Auk my niiiMilH for V 1 OoiiuIiih HIiopn If nut to send In your place noiihic jour lor nle fur cntulouuc euro 1U0 diulor Uioucy 11111I uit tlicm Tor you Jjr TAIU NO SUUSTlTUTLwM WE WILL S32ND YOU TESTIMONY PROM PEOPLE WHO ft LIVE NEAR YOU A ASTHMA P HAROLD HAYES M BUXTAXO IT Y woankriaK 0FcrrMAT2 needeST CURED stay CURED 0 Â¬ Â¬ flgjfigfci THE HAY FEVER W WHITE TO UB yOR WHAMS Tim 1 Â¬ ItMnieainleMihov with notacktor wax thread to hurt tho feett inmto ot thu licit flno calf itvltiti nd cany and Ixcnuie we Male more ihori of thU yrailt than anu other manufacturer It CQUkli baud sowed lime contlnu from JU0 to 3J0 OO Iviiuliit lliuitl auwt tho Unfit calf Blioo over ottered for 5Ui cquali Irench lutporttd hor which coot from Kioto SUMM t Via I ntr nil ii uin n W L DOUGLAS 3 SHOE oenmen BEST SHOE IN THE WOOtD FOR THE MONErP WHY IS THE rarauittr Nonpnotlfe InUltfcatlon rintHlenc run Uunu lug flcali yuu will Iluil HlcU IleuUMChe If You Have ujru TUOOVB JO ttR PJ tyllih comfortablo and durable Tlio buoo over onereu ni una prw iqmo jcrauo a cus toniuiiadn alloc coning from StiUU to tiM 1 Iva MI iii botj acamliR smooth Inside heavy three soles sxtou Blotieduo Uuujiolr will wear ny oar CtO 0 lino ciilft no better shoo ever offered at ffiOAO iPOi and Iollrn LcttcrCarrUraall wcarthemt rlnecnlf Mhoui Farmer liallroad Hta Dtftm this prlcei ono trial wilt cotivjnco those who want u shoo for comfort nnd service ahoec Hint Werklnamnn aro Ufaim 2i vory 9400 and durable Thoso who stronic lmvo give theioatrlal will wear uo other make acnool shoes nro BiOtt rhiI OaUJ O wont hy tho Ixiysovery where they sell nti fhcTr merits ns tbo Inrrcailng sales show 8100 lIiiiid anreiJ shoe best I Donnolo verrstyilshtequaUFrescb btlUlCiO costing-- from WjUO to W10 Imported shoes IiidleaUao 8 200 nnd 8175 hoa for Mines nro Ibohest fine Uoncola Stylish and durable uutlou Beo that W7 L Douiilaa namo and price arn stamped on tbo bottom of each shoa W U lXJUUUUi hrockloo Moat therametly yon Bed Ther tdMena the wmU moiHaok nml build untbt lfcTKlpT SHortflvii MulTerers from mentnl or ftliyaical erei week will flsl rsllerfruttitUoiuNlcolyMUirRrctfMtcsU Ms Pills SqLD JBVEICXlVHEJti OUT 1A1M Mnnlt SO Dnutl tl73 aHIa Â¬ Constipation Cured WITHOUT MKDICINK At proved rcRUlsr Wrcunt Ultimo nlals nod references sent KICKR or full dliectloiu on rrrrlpj lilfOne Ilollnr lor self uvntinent U JB VaillaJTJeK Kansas Cay Mo I I hm jmmiu htamb m pnTipKLJIKUr Kor Information addraw rnil Sal Iblxl I tlf JVi DUir ItUKHarvOT fll MriraMCTBif rariKtfWfMttjMwM HKNTrKtlS M WOllIrKV it I ATIANTAUA 0Ho113i WfalUballttU awsaxa mvs rarsa rtn it wm AOKMT8illjrxB0odillatlBb UJiUTCn Iiuiisotr only capital rUlrad AUiIkm Jinn f CU BKUU A CO ISAM Uhaui uf Uiiiimt CbUbku III tlcutar II in urn ritaij ft AJMt iapr AND WHISKEY HAIITI CUIlltn AT HOMM WITH nf Mr ret m 1IKT by vnlitw CHANOK OK KNEMA Of Â¬ J3Q4 E WHEN mtJTlNUTO AUVCKTISH plkxum sti that you aaw tka AilTrttMWat tat tkla ii Bcst Eoslcat to UM TDIftOH ItEMKDV FOR CATAnX Mellcl is jminecwte A cure Is cvrultu roc Chcrtpest Cold in Uw Head U luui uo tqual BkdBBkaBBBBBaaBBblBBBbaBBBBBBklBBkaABBkBBBlaBBBBBBaaBl to tivt Jt 1it hii Olntmf Rt of vrhleh a swiU MUM U 4tull V patiauH h Pittsbiuyh Vt nH lim1JiMiydnitaUMtHtlyM JLdlxw X XITaz LLTiMWafr vA T J I I -- W THE TOTAL VOTE Tho Offlolnl Roturns of tho Elootion For Govornor llrowH DnteatH Wntiil artOHl Mnjnrlly Constitution My n Plurality of for tltn Now 13H8nO Tho rotuniH of tho voto at tho Just election as received by tho Secretary of State arc all in Tho voto for Governor is as follows Hrown 144103 Wood 110087 Harris 3291 and Erwin 26 031 Tho Browns plurality 28081 following table hIiowh tho voto of each county for Govornor COUNTIES 3 D 3 070 078 Adair Allen Anderson 1072 705 774 180 18 852 35 31 224 25 825 010 100 2 1 1101 784 Ballard Barren Bath Li 1800 1884 589 1102 1108 909 372 0 63 2 1 Bell Boono Bourbon i Boyd JS 1005 1078 V49 10 5 1002 987 10 17 8 207 1 Boyle Brackon n Ij 5 Breathitt Breckinridge Bullitt Butler Caldwell Calloway Campbell Carhslo Carroll liOl 1088 800 457 929 80 20 24 o 9 16 14 101 805 1679 765 708 778 40 1059 270 887 247 tho Constitution viz EsMoll Breathitt Boone Cumberland till Harlan Lee Leslie Letcher Lin coin Nicholas Pike and Kussell Tho total ollioial voto at the State election four years ago stood as follows excluding Jessamine county which fail- Â¬ ed to make returns Buckncr 143270 Bradley 12043 Fox 8394 and Car din 4434 aggregating 28671 votes At the lato election the aggregato vote for Governor on tho ligures already men tioned was 289153 or an increase of 0682 votes As Brown received a thou sand moro votes than Buckncr and Wood moro than 10000 less than Brad- ley it is an easy matter to determine from where tho Peoples party mostly drew its strength Tho total vote for and ugainst the Constitution was 287601 which is 1052 less than the aggregate vote for Governor and 57278 less than tho total vote cast for tho four Presidential candidates In 1888 which was 344779 votes Comparing the Presidential elections with tho two past Stato elections and it is seen that 02208 voters failed to avail themselves of their right ns freemen at tho Stato election four years ago and that 55020 failed to do likewise at the recent State election Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ jorityngniust Â¬ Tributes of Ilnsnoct Cnudill Died August 15 1891 bilious colic wife of W W Cnudill of in tho th year of her life Funeral services wero conducted by Ilcvu Wm Chambers A M Swango and David Hogg Deceased was tho mother of sev- Â¬ After funeral services eral children she was buried in fraternity of the F L U composed of the member of tho Campton and Spruce Gap sub Unions Tho following resolutions were adopted 1st That in the death of Sister Cau dill the fraternity lias lost a worthy and consistent member tho church a shining Iglt Ler husband a loving and aflec tionnto companion lior children a kind and tender mother 2d That we tender our heartfelt sym Â¬ pathy to the bereaved ones and pray the blessings of heaven to rest upon them 3d That the Lodge wear the badge of mourning for thirty days 4th That tho Hazel Green Herald 1c requested to print these resolutions and that a copy bo furnished to tho hus Â¬ band of the deceased J y able and experienced men each a specialist in his department ruphirnl center of the State In the heart or the Illucgrass re glon 1WM feet above the sea free from malaria a few hours by rail from Louisville Cincinnati Knoxvillo anil Chattanooga Helined and hospitably community and stu dents find homes in the best families and Memorial Hall Attkndanck last session 101 from 21 States Territories and countries Nkw Gymnasium More than 100000 added to the endowment last year Euhtytwo 82 endowed scholarships for the benefit of worthy poor young men EXIKNSKS Modkuatk 173 to 2 10 for tuition board washing ami servant attention Nkxt Shssion opens Wednesday Sept U 1801 5 H L and Master Courses THREE COLLECES--I- 4 DEPARTMENTS OF STUDY Classical Scikntiku and Ikttbius Coiiihkm leacing to Hachclor It A II S mid M RICHMOND KENTUCKY A M Bivemiiy9 Degrees Also Commercial and Elective Â¬ S and M L A Fuil Faculty of IllCHMOVD the Kcnj SSTFor Catalogue apply to L H BLANTON D D Chancollor JAMES B TIPTON JAMES KENNEDY mtrfww fI -- DEALERS IX- - Pure Drugs Medicines Chemicals PAINTS OILS VARNISHES AND BOOKS AND STATIONERY MT STERLING KY eareuud attention in compounding prescriptions and orders of Doctors especially solicited and given special febG James P Hall James Tolson W B Duff Com J None but pure medicines and drugs used lv 1124 817 287 52 15 80 12 1203 8007 747 3004 107 IIowh ThU We oiler One Hundred Dollars reward 700 for any case of catanh that can not be 43 cured by taking Halls Catarrh Cure 352 Carter Casey 127 1100 810 450 44 8 F J CHENEY CO props 1424 928 Christian Clark Clay 1882 1078 405 201 2861 1084 1111 024 00 68 9 9 19 I 70 6 824 1 I i if Clinton Crittenden Cumberland Daviess Edmonson 1041 404 1200 008 4 Toledo Ohio We tho undersigned have known F J Cheney for tho last 15 years and be- Â¬ 102 lieve him perfectly honorable in all busi 101 ness transactions and financially ablo to 113 carry out any obligations mndo by their Â¬ 8097 472 945 010 2628 531 34 6 1 59 firm 185 195 West 14 Tkuax h ll 4 i Elliott Estill Fayotto Flaming i Floyd Franklin Fulton Gallatin Garrard Grant Graves Grayson Green j 383 070 Toledo Ohio Wholesale Druggists system The 1nrout of IiiNomnla The parent of insomnia or wakefulness h in nine cases out of ten a dyspeptic stoniucli loop digestion fjives sound sleep indiges tion interferes with it The bruin and stom ach sympathies One of the prominent symv touts of a weak statu of the gastric organs Is a disturbance of the great nerve entrepot the brain Invigorate tho stomach and you S restore equilibrium to the great centre A most reliable medicine for the purpose is HoHietters Stomach Bitters which is far preferable to mineral sedatives and powerful narcotics which though they may for a time exert a soporific influence upon the brain soon dense to act and invariably injure the tone of the stoniucli Tho Hitters on tho contrary restore activity to the operations of that important organ and their beneficent influence is reflected in sound sleep and a tranquil state of tho nervous Â¬ Â¬ WHOLESALE AND KETAIL DEALERS IN jj Â¬ AIT PAPER I HANGINGS AND Â¬ Â¬ mTBI02 DG0fiATI0NS CINCINNATI No 32 West Fourth Street W H MEARA President O G MITCHELL Secretary 2 2740 1034 901 2884 1407 504 971 102 108 52 4 9 10 10 201 10 242 183 Waidino Kinnan Marvin Whole- Â¬ A wholesome impetus is likowise given to tne action ot too liyer and bowels by its use 0 2020 740 001 430 71 218 870 1430 2263 1052 1007 782 857 090 14 32 11 4 24 9 1301 M33 437 904 727 13 7 1 1013 074 Greenup Hancock Hardin Harlan Harrison Henderson Honry Hickman Hopkins JacKson Jefferson 1024 492 955 700 40 384 207 1 1011 234 9 94 7 Hart 1832 1458 1724 1051 931 1198 873 115 21 1592 99ri 278 1011 837 1290 89ti 77 43 15 90 4 711 811 200 190 498 15 108 191 13108 920 7937 840 80 181 5 Jessamine Johnson Kenton Knox Lnruo Laurel Lawrence Leo Leslie Knott 4339 500 090 837 770 08 1194 2004 100 35 1 140 11 1 1379 0S4 4 34 14 0 1 1 303 1209 1 1214 457 70 289 835 62 318 79 m Lotcher Lowis 640 019 482 4 l Lincoln Livingston Lyon Logan Madison Mugdflln Marion Mason McCrackon McLean Meade Men if oo Mercer Motcalfo Monroo iu organ lUltOll 1233 1202 971 l03i 164 898 307 1850 040 1495 1 1 2200 648 207 0 604 24 22 407 84 04 45 20 Marshall Martin 1270 v 849 169 0S9 852 244 400 28 1 1929 1430 92 417 357 209 900 1510 1520 779 10 107 31 1080 MUD 6 129 10 3 1323 388 421 S01 Montgomery 1203 928 1151 478 0 23 Muhlenberg 1258 9202 1678 050 1004 902 721 821 40 5S0 4 49 300 2S0 102 178 119 516 424 80 60S 375 Meiuorinni loving remembrance of our dear In mother Mrs Nancy J McNabb who felL asleep in Jesus August 28 190 at Sandfield Ky Homo is not home for mother is not there The undersijrned takes nleasurc in announcing that thevhuve lust comnleted n r- ie Angels have taken her out of our care Charged With Murder rancemeuts with the American Book Conumiiv that will enablediiin to sell the school- Dark is her room and her chair hooks adopted by the State Board of Education at the following reduced rates The Sheriff of Clark county last week Shes gone to the homeempty so peaceful and fair McGutfeys Small Iriruer 3A Rays New First Arithmetic i delivered to the Jailer of Powell comity sy3 Kevised Irimer Second Arithmetic Eclectic Speller 17 Third Arithmetic 50 one Elishu Morris who ia under indict- Â¬ Gone and tne seasons will come and go i First Reader 17 50 Key to some ment on two charges one for the murder Wreathing her grave in blossom and snow ii Second Reader 30 85 Ilicrli Arithmetic Snow on the bosom that sheltered us so ii Third Reader 42 of William Haiton near that place in Cruel and cold as the bleak winds blow Kev to same 75 ii Fourth Reader 50 McGuffeys 1st Eclectic Geography 65 December 18S9 in a drunken row and it Fifth Reader 2d Eclectic Geography S 1 10 IO Oft have thine eyes grown dim in sad tears ii for shooting and wounding James S Sixth 85 3d Eclectic Geocranhv 1 30 Guiding wayward feet through the eirs The above school book mihlmntions of t le American Book Company are well known Hefileld at the samo time and place standards and we shall at all times have a full supply on hand for sale to school officers Planniug our future with hopes and fears Morris is a half brother of Thomas Ba- Â¬ Faithful true till the summons she hears teachers or pupils ut the prices named Otlier school books published bv the American duuk wumimiiy ij ker who is under indictment for the uinui street Cincinnati supplied ot correspondingly low prices J T DAY CO Hazel Green Ky same offenso and was nrrested by Detec Will she remember the ones she caressed Wept laughed over hushed on her breast tivo Drake in Wisconsin somo time ago With lur glad lulludy into sweet rest and brought back here to answer and in Thy heart will ever dear mother be blest Hefault of bail was sent to the Lee Sleep mother sleep thy tolls are oer county jail for safe keeping Sweet be thy rest so oft needed before Morris has been dodging siuce the ell had we loved you hut God loved you crime in other States when last week more lie ventured to Winchester Ky whore Ho has called you away to a happier shore tho officials hadt a description of him neuralgic 1ersons The case conies up in the Circuit court Andtho10 troubled with nervousness resulting tho third week in September at which from euro or overwork will bo relieved by taking Genuino Broivns Iron Hitters wrapper term quito a number of criminal cases mark and crosicd red lines oq will bo called but the regular term is has trade AS0REAND CERTAIN CURE4fcN0WN FOR 15 YEARS AS only 41 week and it is ddubtful if many CAPB THE BET REMEDY FOR PILES important cases will be disposed of sale Druggists Toledo Ohio Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon tho blood and inu cous surfaces of tho system Testimonials sent free Price 750 per bottle Sold by all druggists 1 yhriSLlihZj2r Â¬ GIEAPES SGO00I J00KS J J f CURES NOTHING BUT PILES Jeweler CniiHUinitliui Cured EZEL KY gASl PREPAREDBYRICHARDSON TAYLOR MEDC0 STLOUlS M0 All old physician retired from practice having had placed in his hands by an East India missionary tho formula of a simple vegetable remedy for tho speedy Â¬ Nicholas Ohio Oldham Owon 1914 1471 2G0 Owsloy 2158 k Fendloton PIko Powell terry 189 1343 802 788 010 900 610 35 45 80 165 15 1802 0 32 110 164 1 02 21 99 1 25 11 21 1131 471 1028 802 0 1 Bronchitis Catarrh Asthma and all Throat and Lung Affections also a positive and radical cure for Nervous Debil ity and all Nervous Complaints after having tested its wonderful ciirativo pow ers in thousands of cases has felt it his duty to make it known to his suffering tiiiinia luiuiuuu uy mis moiivo nnu a desire to relievo human suffering I will sond freo of charge to all who desire it this recipe in Ucrman French or Eng Â¬ lish with full directions for preparing and using Sent by mail by addressing with stamp naming this paper W A Noyes 120 Powers Block Rochester N Y yi 2 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ iiuu ii 11111111111 turu 01 uousumpiion HAZEL GREEN KY UNDERTAKER AND DKAIKK IN -- ssisf TAULBEE iSgSLB k COFFINS CASKETS And Trimmings of All Kinds Watches Clocks Jewelry TJR J A SfieilvS iIShWr10 vmPiS eollKs faS1 Miuvfti jineeb I fl50in ie celMt 0 S8 on short notice and at low prices COFFINS OF ALL I can furnish coffins uhpiipir l verj finest VOm l UVL a tim hvttntt ml LHi U- Pulaski Itobortson Jtockcastlo Jtowan Itussell 1291 485 030 617 1935 125 890 490 71 21 U2 33 41 1 80 fl Scott 450 Sholby Simpson Spcncor 1025 1143 705 440 6J2 1 90 708 257 611 4027 Tnvlor Todd Trigg TrJmblo Union 1001 895 1143 093 197 490 127 9 37 7 24 15 10 11 18 Warren Washington Wayne Wetatrfr Whitley Wolfe Woodford 1097 1538 2131 1519 847 1010 990 971 55 49 11 30 214 05 694 30 577 0 247 420 140 1098 009 6 102 984 101 291 002 482 1503 350 fJt ft K Falling Kumedy Total 144108 1100873291 25031 Meokimine tho only permanent cure Oh the Cofctitutiou tho total voto of for all forms of headache and neuralgia Â¬ relieves tho pain in from 15 to 20 min be Bute a follows For it 212020 utes For salo on poslllvo guarantee at it 74681 majority for it 138 The Hekam office or sent jwstpaid by veUw Thirteen counties show a urn mail on receipt of price 50 cents a box A Never 1009 1000 25 3 83 Trllmto of Uciipect Resolutions passed by Flatwoods Uuion at a regular meeting August 1891 llesolved That we tho members of Flatwoods Union No 102 tender our heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved and widowed family of Rro Daniel Walter deceased Resolved That the Union has lost a worthy brother tho wife n loving and kind husband and his children a kind and loving father Resolved That tho Hazel Queen Hekam bo requested to print tho aboyo resolutions that these resolutions bo di Â¬ rected to B F Davis and ho is request ed to forward same to The Heeald Â¬ FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS REPAIRED Physician and Surgeon TOMBSTONES 5Iy nrrnnlenictH aro up that I can In rnish TnmbstoucK or Hazel Qroen Wolfe County yvi i J iii from any kind of Marble oi tiranite and at the ery respecttully iVc J CHAVKN KENTUCKY DAY Mas LOU DAY Proprietress This house has been recently refitted and refurnished and the table is atall times sup plied with tho best in the market Kates reasonable Sample room attached and spe oial rates to commercial men Patronage is respecttully solicited atily AMES 1 HOUSE Hazkl GitKRx Ky NEW STORE NEW GOODS FANT OLD KKMAnitB WITH THE James F Henry Sc Co Cor Pearl Vine CINCINJf ATf Invites all of his mountain friends ami es pecially the merchants to give him a call when in the cltv Hat House of WS Dickinson in Â¬ To which thev avite the attention of the citizens of Hazel of Swango Seasonable Goods Are now receiving a Fresh and Choice Stock of CSreen Rose and vicinity consUt - TJll J -- P LOOKIIAKT Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes ClothingAlso FARM IMPLEMENTS AND SEEDS OF ALL KINDS and the clothing department is chock lull of barjraliis w c uH DENTIST EZEL KY Mens All Wool Suits Only 750 1