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SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor Hazel Green JlI Of t o TT - jCj Jti 11 kSKVEXTH year a Noisy World With Nowa From All Nations LumbYing at His Bnoki AIj A TO A jL Jl Advance SIOO YEAR Always In JLAZEL G llEEX WOLFE COUNTY KY OVER THE WORLD IN -- FIUDAY SEPTEMBER A WEEK- 1891 NUMBER 25 ANNIHILATION - STATE SUNSHINE AND SHADOW Tin- Census ollice has issued a Four persons who had taken refugo Â¬ IRICJES fKEAT STOCK TAKING SALE OF AT o- - -- o OF o- - fruin a storm in a cotton shed near Mag nolia Ark were killed by lightning Dalles Ore had a lire last week which destroyed eighteen business blocks three churches and upwards of fiOO resi dences Ca vender was bulletin zxszsrzztszvrws RAILWAY fcwSifcS2CZ2E2EZ KENTUCKY CENTRAL llllK OUA8S ltOUTK Â¬ Near Grand Rapids Mich Mrs tarred and feathered by CLOTHING JJUI8 1 the wives of two men with whom she had been too intimate A telephone lino has been establish ed between London Eng and France a distance of 280 miles Paris The charges are 1 per minute for its use GUS STMUS TWO In the Choctaw District Court Jackson Fletcher a full Hedged Choctaw has been sentenced to bo Bhot on Septem- Â¬ ber 30 He killed another Choctaw last PRICE CUT IN READ OUR PRICES READ OUR PRICES READ OUR PRICES and a membership in all denominations 1090000 Our 750 Suit worth 15 Our 10 Suit worth 20 Our 15 Suit worth 30 Our 20 Suit worth 40 At Burton Station ten miles from Our Undershirt marked down to 50 Cents Chardon Ohio in a row among Fins Our 1 Drawers marked down to 50 Cents Isaac Mackey was stabbed in the shouldOur 2 Undershirt marked down to 1 er and in the left side two inches above Our 2 Drawers marked down to 1 the heart He can not live At Maybee Station near Monroe Mich a farmer and his wife were tortur- Â¬ ed and murdered by two tramps bent winter During 1800 there were built in tho United States 8500 churches ministers to the number of 41100 were ordained Â¬ BOYS DEPARTMENT Half which means 50 cents on the Dollar Plain Figures AH goods marked in We will cut them in upon robbery A posse found the murderers and shot them to death Â¬ Nojtni Hound Daily daughter of John Kx press W Lockridgc of Montgomery county Stanford Ie came near being killed by a horse rui -- ijiuieaster SS s Kloliinonil Ar a5- ning over her recently Tho little one c Le Jellieo was playing in tho yard where the horse VMIIianisburi S We r 2 s s was grazing and in soma way was run Corhln over She was picked up unconscious CtimbM apIe kj MMMiieNOHroiigh and it was thought that she was danger Corhln E H Ar ously hurt but fortunately escaped with Iivinirston V s giving tho statistics of htues mules and asses on farms of moro than thvo acres This kind of stock on ranges of less than threo acres or in cities or villages is not included in this bulletin In horses mules and asses as in everything else Kentucky holds her Own On tho first of June 1800 on farms of threo or moro acres in tho Bluegrass Stato there wero 401350 horses 140521 mules and 5128 asses Tho number of horses foaled in 1881 was 11105 mules 500211 and asses 911 Tho total number of this kind of stock that died during the year is 10107 The Cadiz Telephone truthfully says The greatest mistako farmers make is in allowing themselves to believe that other industrial classes have any disposition or desiro to see them otherwise than prosperous Tho idea that merchants would bo insano enough to try to injure the very people who supply thorn with trade employment and food is too pre- Â¬ posterous to admit of serious consideration -Â¬ SHORTEST AND QUICKEST 110UTE FKOAl CENTRAL KENTUCKY NORTH EAST WEST AND SOUTHWEST FAST LINE BETWEEN LEXING Â¬ TON AND CINCINNATI JK5yScHKiini II 1OINTS ix Effect May Fst Le Daily 10 1891 No 3 No I South Boiwn Daily Kxpros Le S 10am tineinuntl i ovingtoii 8 18am r - Nofi Aecoii it iuxiimton Aril I 12 11 Kx Still SOI pin 3 00 pm 8 OS pm 3 00 pm IS am 10 23 pm 0 10pm Daily Winchester Iaris lOnn UOOpm 700pm Wain II 15 Jellieo Jtlelimntul 1 tr itin Livingston 05 pin Corliin 4 50 pin Middlcsliormigii 7 lo pm Cumberland Uan 7 50 pin Cnrhii j0 150 pm jVilliniiisluirir 5 1511111 Ar pm 12 lOn ii 7 05 pm 7 55 jim Ar u Le 1 Uiclinioml opi 2 fitanionl Janeaster 50 pm 4 45 pm Ar 5 20 pin No No 4 Dally 00 am 7 50 am 10 15am 7 The little 5 yenr old No I Daily Kx 8tiu 8 I J lSani 35 nm 8 50 am 80 only a few bruises Livinpitoti Hiohmniul 1 158 am 0 25 am 11 05 am 11 Mam i U-Ivti rt Good Summer Coats at 20 Cents Mens Seersucker Coats 50 Cents Worth 100 to select from fjjThis is an opportunity once in lifetime Re HF member you have the best assortment in Kentucky n Louis Gus Straus Leading Clothiers of Lexington Ky Ifediesfe t imals i iiltg Superior Facilities for the Higher Education of Young Ladies First class in all appointments Location CLASSICS SCIENTIFIC Six-ENGLISH Delightful Home Departments Terms Reasonable Central ART COMMERCIAL MUSIC ittf New Buildings and Furniture for catalogue S W jo2Jini Send KY PEARCY President WINCHESTER DEALER IN - f Implements Hardware Queensware TinwareIiSAgricultural I Stoddards Niw Climax and Fish Bhos CiuimATii Wacionh Tiokk Junks US Standard f Tox Wauox Kcalim price 150 with u written guar- Disc IIakkows autre for f years Evans 2 hoksi Corn Piaxtmw Rupaiks TIk largest stork ot Cook and Heating Stoves of any house in Kastern Kuntueky Vulcan CniMcn Plows best innclo Evans TmiiK Haiuiowh Hivdkkp 15 F AVKitY Wiiitwkyh Solid Stiil and Soxs Stkix Plows Hall Mitchkll Cos Stem Hill- - Mowbiw srni Plows 0irnuATiuu and Ghaxukh Sulky Hay Rakks Imiuovki Malta DoimiikShovki Cooks Patkxt Evapohatokh Plows Omvmc CurLL ami Soittii Bbxh Plow ILvvnxs Pioxixk Canj Mills Cutlery Shears and Builders Fast side S Maysville Street ALT STERLING KY Hardware a Specialty A Model Restaurant in Almost Every Feature r O TliWestjK4JUlft Street W trwr tf 1J JHtf fc dTfc 12 Short it Points 21 L - K tftelxexi LEXINGTON KY aunts and v SEATING CAPACITY 160 Ulu Frush Oysters at all season MMillu Saddle KoekN New York Counts Meals to order ut all hours Delicacies ofthe season always on hand The most complete ami modern kitolien in the State Anion the recent additions Is a Millar Improve Range the finest in the world with eighteen lires six Menmlng nt taohingiits two large broilers ami hot and cold water reservoirs I Ms range wi I cook anything from a half a beef to a tid blt of sweetbread ami is the only one ol the kind In REGULAR MEALS 25 CENTS Koutuoky A hearty welcome and the most courteous treatment to all GUS LUIGAHT Proprietor nov iij iiriHMMMM one laughter August 14th the nexuday IjOxiiiKton li v uonm --Miunm 3 45 pm another died tho day following his wife i riN 7 53 am 2 45 pm 4 25 p in f Ar KHnntn 5 40pm 0 37 pm died and four days later another daught- Â¬ Covington Ciimiiiiiai Ar 10 55 am 5 50 pm 0 45 pm er while his only son lay at tho point of death at tho time The diseaso was some W L Munbon Trav PasH Agt Cincinnati Ohio As an evidence of the independence strange fever that baffled tho skill of S tl c- - Atmokk KTO of American girls it is reported that physicians IralHu Mannuer Gen PnsM Act lelicral Offices Louisville Ky within the last six months one hundred Gov Biiown has announced the folnS lAU Mo8i AbhI Gen Pans Act and fifty young women have taken up lowing cabinet Secretary of State John Oftiee Chamber of Commerce llnildinc timber claims in the state of Washing- Â¬ Cincinnati Ohio W Headley of Louisville Assistant ton Dav to Points except Rowland P Secretary of State S A Norman of DiviHion which is daily except Sunday The Senate of Georgia last week Graves county Adjutant General A 7 No t Jtiuis daily from Lexington to Cin passed the House bill disqualifying phy Gross of Brecken ridge county Private cinnati No 2 RniiH daily sicians addicted to drink from the prac- Secretary A D Brown of Henderson No 5 Kiiiih daily from all ntntioim ex- eepi me uowJiuid Division which in dally tice of their profession It will be signThe biggest sale of bottled whisky that except Sunday ed by Governor Northcn as soon as it is No 3 Daily excent Suudav ever took place in the world occurred at No 4 Daily between Cincinnati and Lex- engrossed Lexington last week J E Pepper it Co inctoii Fifty two colored men selling to Kraus Hart Feible of New Sm 2 and 0 inako connections at Win cheMer for points on the N N M V K D under tljfc leadership of It H Waterford York 30000 cases of Pepper No 2 Carries through of Memphis Tenn left for Oklahoma whisky The sale amounted to nearly a nati to Mlddleshorough cars from Cincin and Cumberland where they will await the opening of the half million dollars nip and all intermediate stations and rniirt daily Indian lands which will take effect on The tobacco barn of Geo B Bramlett September 15 IX EFFECT MAY 18th 1801 in Bourbon county together with 200000 A double murder was discovered in pounds of tobacco was THE burned one night Bloonilield Conn when tho bodies of a last week Mr Bramlett had O44O4tftO04444464464044 just returi German farmer and his wife were found ed from Louisville where ho had dispos OLD KENTUCKY ROUTE in a well It is supposed that they were ed of the whole lot and was preparing to killed by Italian laborers who have been ship it next day Newport News MlHsisdlpiil Valley Co employed in the vicinity of their home 15 D Within the past two weeks four stores The champion absent minded man have been burned in Daviess and neigh- WASHINGTON PHILADELPHIA has been discovered in northern Connec- Â¬ boring counties BALTIMORE NEW YORK In each instance the ticut in one Georgo Bump who headed postofiice was located in tho burnt build- OLD POINT 4fe THE SEA SHORE And all Eastern CiticH up a barrel while his son held up the ing and all tho contents wero destroyed head from the inside and who then went Tho Direet Line to An encounter between Charles Sanders off and left the child to nearly suffocate and Newt Staples LOUISVILLE in tho famous LEXINGTON Jr ST LOUIS KANSAS CITY Near St Louis Edward Baker died Pincheo region of Hancock county left CI I ATTA NOOG A MEM W I IS apparently in destitute circumstances both with possibly fatal wounds Thoy And all Points West and Northwest ami His relatives in clearing up the house quarreled over a trivial business alliiir South and Southwest 11 MinuuYcicu mi iiiu iruiiK uuimillling 51- Owixos shot and mortallv John Fast FhhiMJ Aceoui 000 Tho deceased left a widow ami three wounded Ross Young recently near J hast notiNO Kxpress Daily Daily Daily ex Sun ex Sun children none of whom suspected his W Chenaults gate on tho Alt Sterling Le having the inouoy 15pm 7 35 am 5 45pm and Owingsville pike Both are colored Lexington 7 00pm H 23am 7 Klpm Winchester Dispatches from all parts of the cot Â¬ and live in Montgomery county ML Hterlliiif 7 30pm 8 52am 7 45pm ton belt show that cold weather and 03pm 10 fOnm 10 OOpiu SkvkkaIj conductors on tho electric OUve Hill Axhlaud 10 30pm 12 15im worms ill Texas and tho Mississippi Val street railway at Lexington resigned Calllettsburc 10 43pm 12 28pu ley States and excessive rains in the their positions last week as the company Htiiitlngtou Ar 11 07pm 12 50pm Southeastern States have been disastrous claimed that the receipts did not tally wiht itotM to the cotton crop The loss is placed with the business done IIiiiitiiiDtoii Le 1 20pm 00am all the way from 15 to 50 per cent Orm Jliviiit living near Prentiss Catllettshurg 130pm 25am 1 50iim The Executive Committee of the Ohio county was struck by a falling tree Ashland 0 37m Olive Hill KKSpni 8 20am 4 00am Fort Worth convention through Chair- Â¬ and died shortly afterwards Ml Sterlinc 4 32pm 10 27am I 25am man Hall has called a national con veil 4 58pm II 15am 7 Mum inohester lyis contracted for an electric Pauih Lexington Arl 5 30pm 12 05im 8 05am tion of Alliance Industrial Unions farm fire alarm system to be completed in two l LlMITKO VnsTIIIIIKI HxilllKHriihMilillt- ers and laborers of the United States to months at a cost of 2701 and has Vestlhiiled Ilillinaii IluUet Shsupurs meet in St Iouis September 15 This A WHOM family were poisoned at between Louisville Lexington Washington New body opines the Hub treasury scheme Grantrt Liek last week hy Point Comfort Thh eating ice train is ork and Old the celebrated made part of and the object of tho proposed meeting cream V is to emancipate tho Alliance from the Kust of Iliintingtou on the C Jc route A Never InllliiK Itemedy Iaht Mail Tiiaish run dnily II t Sun control of scheming politicians and de Mhokimivi tho only permanent euro llllV ItlilUiMtn I ovlnirlril mwl il iiimiiiukiui signing demagogues for all forms of headache ami neuralgia Make direet eouneetloiiMa Huntington with C 0 At Ashland with S Itv Tho Missouri Farmer Alliance is relieves the pain in from lr to -- 0 min Winchester with K C It It Vinnl At i utes For saloon positive guarantee at south hound mid at Lexiicton with L divided One section is called anti-mo- NL s am N o t T l Kailroada and Socialists They he Tin llKitAin llico or Kent postpaid by Lkxixoton- - ami iivk Him Accomo lieve in force in attaining their objects mail on receiptor price JO ccntHnbox dation dally except Hominy CoiliieiMs at Inehester to and from K C points and One of them defining his position is For scrofulous disorder mid mercurial at Lexington iith L H IL R fur Jiilsvllle quoted assaying It is high time for dineases the Usl remedy is Ayers Sar lor lull Iiiforuuitlou in regard o Hides Routes etc apply to any Agent of this or tho majority to hang the minority if the Hitpniilhi eouneetinc lines or to minority will not do what the majority II K HiiNTiKriToy C L Bkov DRowNsTnoH ai V I and I M wills If ballots wont do tho business GPA Cures IndlKotlon lllllcmiiMf DyciXiialu Sfnla V MiXINOTON KV bullets will and there are a lot of us rift Nervouni x nnd Juiiuml Debility Ihysl ilfiiU rx sell It Uciiiilno OW B A RN v v W 8 Hahkihox elans recommetVt It All pledged to go that fflr Q A Loxlncton Ky U A AvHUhK Ky liustraile mark ami crooned ted llncnnwrpr Â¬ rÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ well-to-d- o ten-year-o- The oldest jockey on the turf and still one of the best of them is William Hayward who rode Brenkness in the famous dead heat race for the Saratoga cup 1875 He lives at Eatontown N J John W Hayes of Bath county lost Winchester 05 am 12 40 pm Ar i 55 ion 140pm 7 45 am 2 33 pm 15am Â¬ Â¬ wm m9A Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 I Â¬ J Â¬ F F Â¬ IXI-l-Il- Â¬ lljt - Â¬ MT iters nca Hazel Greeu Herald wow ooonm rwukw REMARKABLE IOE CAVES Frigid Hvttnvry if llimily Hnlou i Ilnr Iliul It III Tin Ice oavo ut Dobsohon was nool dontatly discovered in lH7fl by soino gentlemen of tlio neighborhood when upon u shooting expedition Thoy atno upon nn opening In iho midst of i plno grove whonen u current of leo cold CuutloiiHly descending ulr proceeded thoy found themselves In gluolal hallh and passages which want afterwards thoroughly explored Tho cold radiation front Unit part of tlio forest had been generally known for many years hut It whh Hupcrntltlousby attributed to other ouusoa and tho neighborhood wiih carefully avoided Climbing thu hill for ahout half an hour wo came to tlio mouth of the cavo A fur coat which had boon a heavy harden in thu walk now became a valuable precaution against the chilly air whiuh Issued from the opening Tho guide led thu way down an in cllned planlc walk carrying a torch and thu company followed At tho depth of ahout one hundred feet wu uaiuu into a large hall of solid Ice brll lluntly Illuminated with electric lights Wo passed nn through three such ley liallfi of cold sublimity and along numerous passages floored and lined with pure whltu iee Thu floor and wnllfi wore of solid Ice of liumonsn thickness whilst from tho roof ami along thu sides immense htulaotltos of crystal leu were 1iiikIiK Oroat pin nnolos of loo reared themselves at In torvala from thu ley floor Trees tiolumiiH frozen cataracts and fantns tlu forma of dazzling hrilllauey wore soon in every direction Ah thu light Hashed upon those whltu and crystal masses they gleamed and hhone with thu luster of ten thou Hand dlamondH lly moans of paths out through thu lee and well nr ranged flights of stops it wiih possible to explore a great iart of this wonder ful formation In some parts of the euvo thu constant dropping of water waa forming lingo icicles and the guide hald that it often became uocchMiry to blunt away portloun of thu leu in order to keep thu pathwaya open no rapidly did it increase at curtain seasons The rook to which thu leu clings and over which it forma is limestone and through thin tho water percolateH hut thu myatury of tho formation of lee In thuhu Kuhterrauuan ehamhera has not yut houn solved There in no lofty mountain above thu hill from whence a glaolor coukl descend and thu lee grows apparently In thu same manner an the HmuHtono cavtH of Virginia and Ken tucky and Ailolsburg are created AVhutuvur may lie tho process the ef fect Is brilliant and enchanting and we wore loath to return to the upper air which seemed by eontriiHt like that of a hunted furnace Toronto Mall Â¬ A Is It I pitiful epitaph for hia monument em- Â¬ am CyrtiH I occupied tho Porslaii pire I was kinj oyer Asia Hegrudgu Not Boon Whon Ohriotlnna mo not thlr m i anient Hut thu Boll Out ars plowed up hU world in nftoi P0M INVEST3IENT Itnoiiftli Ittotriiplm Ioiinil In Profiton IIU lory loipol Illuatrul Ioiim Not Xrmlcdto 1rnvo II llr TiiliiitiRi Snriiion Â¬ U Â¬ Tint With rufcruncn to your Interesting I artlulu on Animal Aesthetics hhouhl like to give yon one ot my own nxperluncuK When In Switzerland two yearn 1170 I made thu acquaintance of Homo lizards living in thu crovlooa of one of the sunny walla of our garden Aa I had aoinuwhere heard that llzarda luivu a good ear for music I rcholved to provo thu fact so one afternoon armed with a small muslcal box wundud my stops to their toinato eov ured home Ilufore I had llulshcd the first tune a eoiihlderahlu audtuueo had collected an audience it was a plena uro to play to for the lizards were far more attentive than most human beluga Out peered head after head a llttln on one aide In a listening attitude 1 nave my little friends a musical en tertainment varied by whistling nearly every day and before long they got much ladder and would venture right out of their holes and lie motion less on thu broad ledge of thu wnll their bright black oyoH half ulohed as a rulobuL opening now and then to give mo a lazy wink of enjoyment London Spectator Not u Teiiiiiintry Atntlr Ho was homely ami tall ami raw honed and aunhurnt and his clothes didnt lit him and his hate had hayseed growing on It ami his straw hat hung loose to thu sport of thu winds ho had only llfty cunts in money and looked like a chronic stupid besides hut he applied for 11 marriage license with an much conlldeucu as 11 dude going to marry a girl with a million dollar In hoi own right What in thunder aro you tfolug tu gut tuarrlud for asked thu astonished clerk sizing him up ho replied with For life mister such promptness and simplicity that thu clerk handed tho license over In a minute and forgot to rollout thu fee Detroit Froo lross 1 lliml lovo of Mimic Â¬ Â¬ tr Choice f Wiiriln Whon you iroubt bctwnun two words choose the plainer tho commoner the more idiomatic Ksohow lino worth u you would rouges lovu aluudo one ityou woultl native rosea on your cheeks Aot iih mx oldfashlonctl uountvy tfont IoKin nian is disptMid to do on estate ploy such worda us hnvo tho largeM fiunllioH keeping clear of foundling Hitd of Uiow tf whiuh nohotly can tol tvhouoe thoy conuuinlusN n Imppcut tt - t 4ho roll anil bo Dr Talmago delivered a hurmou In quick about It Satin lohuson tho Ttipoka ICan last Sunday Tho sub luarnetll Happy No I am afraid I Juotof his dlscourso was A Poor In shall soino tlay got crazy William vestment and thu text Isaiah HI M the great essayist Happy it 711 tt Ye have sold yourselves for naught No I have been for two hours and a and yu shall lie redeemed without half going up and down Pateruostor money row with a volcano In my breast Thu Lords people hud gone headlong Smollett the witty author Happy into niu and as a punishment thoy had No I am sick of praise ami blame been carried eaptlvu to Hubylnu They ami I wish to Ood that I hud such cir found that iniquity did not pay Cyrus cumstances around me that I could seized llabylou and felt so sorry for throw my pen Into oblivion Huchaii those poor captives that without a dollar an thu world renowned writer exiled of compensation be let them go home from his own country appealing to So that literally my text was fulfilled Henry VIII for protoctlonl Happy Ve have sold yoursolvea for naught No Over mountains covered with and yu shall bo redeemed without snow ami through valleys flooded with money Mollore tho rain 1 come a fugitive There Is enough lospel In tills text popular tlramatlu author Happy No for fifty sermons There uro persons That wretch of an actor just now re here who have like thu people of tho cited four of my Hues without tho text stdd out You tlo not hociu to he proper accent ami gesture To have long either to yourselves or to Ood The tho children of my brain so hung title deeds have been passed over to drawn ami quartered tortures 1110 like a the world thu Jlcnh and tho devil nmuipoiKiit Ood for tho souls deliverI went tt seo a condemned spirit Yu worldling tile but tho purchaser never paid up ance Heat O eternal aea with all thy liavu sold yourselves for naught waves against tho barren beach of that As went into tho jail I saw Its floor When a man passes himself over to was tcssallatcd ami Its wall was a pic- rocky html ami inalco it tremble oh thu world ho expects to get some ade turn gallery I found his thu oppressiveness of tlio hour the r quate compensation lie has heard the minute the second on which the soulV adorned with tapestry until It seem great thing tho world doc for man and ed as If tho clouds of tho setting sun destiny quivers And tills la that hour ho hollcvoH It lie wants SWO 000 That had settled In the room Tho man had that minute that second will ho horses and houses and a sum given forty years to tho worltl - his wit LANGUAGE OF THE FACE mer resort and jolly compauslonship his time his genius his talent his soul To get It he parts with his physical Did the worltl come In tt stand by his ClntriKldr liullrutiil lv llif TytiH Mouth lln parts with deiith bod and clearing oil tho vials of health by overwork anil Linen ol tli Knee Ho parts with much hia conscience bitter medicine put down any compen The faculty of truth that is the lovu Ho parts with sation loincfitlc enjoyment Oh no The world docs not f It -- Is indicated by the muscles which opportunities for literary culture lie like sluk and dying people and leaves wine It Is blood It Is tho blood of turrouutls the eye causing folds and parts with his soul them In the lurch It ruined this man my own Son It Is tho blood of the Im- Â¬ crinkles lust lee Is indicated l3 tho And so he makes over his entire na- ami then left him Ho had a magnifi- maculate It It the blood of Ood iiusclcH which causes perpend icular ture to the world Ho does It In four cent funeral All the ministers wore Without the shedding of blood Is no re- wrinkles between the eyebrows FullInstallments lie pays down tho first scarfs and there were forty three car mission There has been many a man tho eye for Installment and one fourth of bis na riages In a row but tho departed man wdio in courts of law has pleaded not ness and wrinkles under remarkable which some persons are ture In gone Ho pays down tho second appreciated not the obsequies guilt3 who nevertheless has been con indicate the love of mathematical ac Installment and one half of his nature I want to persuade my audience that demned because there was blood found curacy and curving upward from lie is gone He pays down tho third In- this world Is a poor Investment that it on his eye ami eyebrow hands or blood found In his stallment and throe quarters of his na tloes not pay IM percent of satisfaction room and what shall wo do in the last lowor angle of the personal truthful- Â¬ indicate probity or ture Is gone and after many yearn nor HO per cent nor JO per cent nor ltiy If It bo found that we have reeruel ness Thcro art three degees of the liavu gone by ho puya down the fourth U per cent nor that It gives no Hod tho Lord of Olory and have never faculty of justice The first Is a kind lot ami en solatia when a dead babe lies Installment his your You must in of exactness or strict accuracy iu small of It tire natnrn la gone Then ho comes lap that It gives no peace tin when repented or die No escapebelieve Unless 11101103 mutters which some people the blood up tt thu world ami says lood morn- conscience rings Its that It gives the saerllieo tif lesus go in 3our woultl call closeness ami Is In ing I have delivered to you the goods no explanation Inalarm day of dire 3OU letyou tho stood 3ourself must sufler It Is dicated by a singular perpendicu I have passed over to you my hotly my trouble and at tho time of your decease either Christs blood or your blood wrinkle lar between tho eyemind and my soul and I have come It lakes hold of tho pillow oaso ami Oh says some one tho thought brows The second is a disposition now to collect tho JJ iftOOOO Two shakes out tho feathers and then jolts of blood sickens me Oood 0 id In to require justice iu others and Is indihundred and fifty thousand dollars down in the place thereof sighs and tended It to sicken you with 3our sin cated by two perpendicular Hues or hat do you 11101111 hays tho world groans and execrations and then Do not act as though you had nothing wrinkles one each side of the center I have come to col Well say you put your head on it Oh tt tlo with that Citlvartaii massacre a vei3 common sign The third degree makes lect the money you owo me and ex Â¬ ye who3011 Your sins were tho Imple Â¬ Is conscientiousness or tho disposition have tried this world Is It a You hud pect you to fulfill your part of the con satisfactory portion Woultl you ad- ments of torture Those implements Hut says thu world tract have vise your friends to make the Invest were not made of steel ami iron and to appl3 the rule of justice tt onesself mid is indicated by three or more I can not posfailed I am bankrupt Ye have sold yourselves wood so much as out of your sins wrinkles or lines especially noticeable ment No sibly pay that debt I have not for a for naught Your conscience went Oullty of this homicide and regicide extending above the eyebrow whon the Well long time expeetetl to pay IL Your hope went Your Hlble went ami this deltddc confess 3our guilt to muscle is in action he lovo of com give me back the Your Heaven went you then suy Your Ood went Ten goods Oh no says tho world When a sherlft under a writ sells a man day In the thousand voices of Heaven- mand Is Indicated by one or more short gullbring transverse wrinkles across tho root tif they are all gone I can not give them out tho olllclul generally leaves a few t3 guilty verdict against 3011 of Prepare to die or believe tho nose exactly between tho eyes It Ami there you stand on chairs hack to you a bed and a few cups ami in that blood Stretch 3ourself tint for may bo seen in great uiilitury com tho confines of eternity your spiritual knives and this awful vendue in which tho saerllieo or accept the Saviours manders iu masters and teachers and but character gone daggering under the yon have been engaged tho auctioneers sacrifice Do not Jllng uwuy 30111 ono In those general who aro fond of exconsideration that you have sold your- mallet has come down upon hotly mind chance ercising uuthorit3 In those who aro self for naught Ootng Oonlj Ye have and soul It seems tn me as If all Heaven were wanting iu power to command and I tell you the world Is a liar It does sold yourselves for naughn trying to bid In your soul The first have ut desire for responsibility this not keep Its promises It Is a cheat I low could you do so Did you think bit It makes is thu tours of Christ at the sign is absent The faculty of command and It fleeces every thing tt can put Us that your soul was a mere trinket tomb of Iazarus but that Is not a high frequently acts with that pari of justice hands tm It Is a bogus world It Is a enough price Tho next hid Heaven which reprimands or requires others to Kvou which for a few pennies you could buy swindle In a toy shop Did you think thatyour makes Is the sweat of Oethscmaue but do right and both together produce if it pays tho S JROOOO for which you Is too ohoitp a price Tho next bid that lowering anil frowning brow which contracted it pays them In bonds that soul If once lost might bo found againÂ¬ It If you went out with torches and lan Heaven makes seems to ho thu whipped Is so terrible to evil doers or to those will not bo worth any thing In a little back of Pilates while dust as a man may pay down terns Did you think that your soul high enough price Hall but It Is not a who love to- be approvnl rather than Can It be possible condemned was short lived ami that panting it Phrenological Journal 310000 In hard eiihh ami get for It that Heaven can not 11113 you tn woultl stain lie down for extinction worthless script So tho world passes Mow liiliiutBo Win Cniiviiilcil over to you the SMOOUO In that shape Or hud you no Idea what your soul was Heaven tries once more It says You can take any man for Christ if I bid this time Did you ever put your forefor that mans soul which will not he worth a farthing to worth Have tho tortures of Christs martyrdom the you know how tt get at him write you a thousandth part of a second after fingers on Its eternal pulses Dr Taliuiigu In the Ladles Home Oh It will you not felt tho quiver of Its peerless blood on ills temple the blood on His you say you aru dead Journal Truman Osborne one of the wing cheek the blood on Ills chin the blood Oh my help to bury mo anyhow Have you not known that after leav Â¬ on Ills hand the blood on Ills side the evangelists who went through the brother you need not worry about ing tho body tlio first stop of your soul blood on Ills knee tho blood on His foot country many years ago had a wonderthat Thu world will ury you stain reaches to the stars and the next step tho blood In drops tho blood in rills ful art In the right direction He cauic onough from sanitary considerations to 1113 fathers house one day ami 1ost mnrtcm emoluments are of no to the farthest outposts of Oods uni- tho blood In pools coatrulutod beneath while wo were seated in the use to you Tho treasures of this worltl verse and that it will not tlio until tho the cross tho blood that wet the Mr Talmago are all will not pass current In thu future tlay when the everlasting Jehovah ex tips of the soldiers spears the room ho suld Oh my brother what possessed blood that plashed warm in the your children Christians Fathot world ami If all the wealth of tho bank pires Yes all but Do Witt you that yon should part with your faces of His enemies Then Olory to said of Knglund were put In the pocket tf Ye havu sold your- Ood that bid wins Itl The highest price Truman Osborne looked down Into the your ihrond and you In tho midst of tho soul so cheaply that was ever paid for anything was llreplaco ami began to toll a story of a ilorthiii of death were asked to pay three selves for naught Hut I have some good news to tell pain for your muiI Nothing could buy storm that canto 011 the mountains tun cents for your ferriage you could not do tt There eoimm a moment In your you I want to engage in a litigation It but blood Tho estranged property all the sheep were in the fold but there You have was ono lamb outside that perished in existence beyond which all earthly val- for thu recovery of that soul of yours is bought back Take It want to show that you have been sold yourselves for nought antlyo shall tlio storm Had ho looked mo iu the ues fall and many a man has wakened eye I should have been angered when I want to prove O aton as bo redeemed without money up In such a time to find that he has cheated out of It I will that you werocrazy on that sub- ing blood cleansing blood life giving ho told that story but he looked hilt sold out for ntorulty and has nothing ject and that thu world under such blood sanctifying blood glorifying tho llreplaco and it was so pathetical tt show fur It Why not burst into ly and beautifully done that I nevei circumstances hint no right to take the blood of lesus I should as soon think of going to deed from you and If you will Join tears at tho thought that for thee He found any peace until was sure I wan Chatham street to buy silk pocket title handkerchiefs with no cotton In them me I shall get a decree from the lilgh shed it- - for thuo tlio hard hearted for Inside the fold where thu other shoo were ns to go tt this world expecting to find Chancery Court of Heaven reinstating thee the lost I No says some one will have any permanent happiness It bus de- you Into tho possession of your soul What greater thing Is there for two I am afraid Oh say you of law nothing to do with It except that like human souls than tt feed that they ar ceived and deluded every man who has sultsl Thuy aru so expensive ami I tho enemies of Christ I put both my Joined for life to Ktivngthouenuh other over put his trust In It Thou have you hands Into that carnage ami scoop up in labor to rest on ouch other iu sor History tolls us of one who resolved on n not pay the cost both palms full and throw It on my row tt that ho would have all his senses gra ti- Â¬ forgotten the last half of my In pain minister to head and cry Yo havu sold yourselves for naught Ills blood bo on us and to be one with eacheach other lled at one and the mi mo time and he other In silent un Can you tlo such a speakable expended thousands of dollars on each and ye shall bo redeemed without on our children memories ut tho moment of shocking thing as that lust rub your Iho last parting Ocorgo l Jllot Ho entered n room and there money souse Money Is good for a great many handkerchief across your brow nntflook wore tho first musicians of tho laud A Scotch dominie pleasing his ear and there wore flue things hut tt can nqt do anything in at It It is tho blood of tho Son of Ootl after tolling lib matter of tho soul You cannot whom you havu despised ami driven scholars tho story of Ananias ami Sap pictures fauclnatlug his eye and there this were costly nroiuutios regaling his buy your way through Dollars ami back all those yours Oh do not tlo phlra asked them Why duos not Ootl nostril ami there wore tho richest pound sterling moan nothing at tho that any longer Coino out boldly and strike q wry body dead who tolls a Ho meats and wines and fruits anil confec- gate of morey 1 f you could buy your frankly and honestly anil tell Christ After a long silence one little fellow tions pleasing tho appetite ami thorn salvation Heaven would bo a great you uro sorry You can not alVord to exolalinod Hecnutu sir therowanduu an extension of Wall so roughly treat Him upon whom every bo onybotly loft was soft couch of sinful indulgence on speculation which he reclined ami tho man tie street Had men would go up ami buy thing depends -H Is Indeed a pleanant Btght to seo tlo not know how you will got away olarod afterward that ho would glvo out thu place and leave us tt shift for a laiuiy uweiiing together iu peace ami Hut an money is not a law- from thin subject You sou that you ten times what ho had given If ho could ourselves 1 will answer aro hold out ami that Christ wants to unity and gladuesfi Neither tho pool have ono week of such enjoyment even ful tender what Is nor tlo painter can duneriuo a happier thouih ho lost his soul by it Ah that llloodl Whoso Aro wo tt go through buy you back There aro three persons bcuucDuleo Domain Oh no It wants richer who coiiui after you to dav I01I ii waa tho runl Ho did losu his soul by Itl thu slaughter Cyrus tho Conqueror thought for a llttln blood than ours It wants a Kings Father Ood tho Son and Ood thu Holy When your heart Is to heavy Unit vhllo that ho win making a lino thing blood It must ho poured from Hoyal Ohost Thoy unite thulr throe oinnlpo yon cant laugh yourself the uuU bos out tif this word and yut boforo ho arteries It must ho a sinless torrent toncus In one movement your sitlva- - thing Is to do something that will make t it 011 win 1101 uue up arms wiueuouy also laujjh with 03 cuuio to hi uvavo ho wrote out this Hut Where u mo uingv 1 bee a uuu 1 fiopulchcr Tho worltl stamped Its fi hamb but win up ami down tl fooling I am not 1 1 m Its hands and honor of Charles I walk i say am happy hut 1 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ death-chambe- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ thrones ami a groat many occupants 3ot nono seem to ho coming tlown to tho roseuo Hut aftor a while tho clock of night In Hethlohuui strikes twolvo and tho silver pendulum of a star swings across tho sky and I aen tho King of Heavon rising up and Ho descends ami stops tlown from star to star nntl from cloud to cloud lowor anil lowor until Ho touches thu sheop covered lilll ami then onto another hill this last ono skull shaped anil there at tho sharp stroke of persecution a rill Inciiriilne trickles tlown ami wo who could not bo redeemed by money aro redeemed by precious ami Imperial blood Wu have In this day professed Christians who aro so rarefied ami otheroallz- ol that they do not want a religion of You seem blood What tlo you want Tho Hiblo to want a religion of brains No says In tlio blood Is the life atonement without blood Ought not tho apostle to know What did ho say Yo are redeemed not with corruptablo things nucIi as silver ami gold but by You put thu precious blood of Christ your lancet Into the arm of our holy religion ami withdraw tho blood ami you leave it a mere corpse lit only for tho grave Why did Ood command tlio priests of old to tuViko tho knife Into tho kid and the goat ami tho pigeon It was and tho bullock and tho lamb so that when tho blood rushed out from these animals 011 the floor of tho an cient tabernacle tho people should bo compelled to think of the coming car nage of the Son of Ood No blood no atonement I think that Ood Intended to Impress us with a vividness of that color The green of the grass tho blue of the sky would not have startled ami aroused us like this deep crimson It Is as If lotl hail said Now sinner wake up and see what tho Saviour endured for 3ou This Is not water This Is not groat 11111113 Â¬ Â¬ against tho Trluno Ood will yon It thcro enough imisclo iu your arm for nucli a combat Uy tho highest throne in Hoaven and by the deepest chasm in hell I bog you IJnhHA you allow Christ to look out cany away your aina thoy will cuny Unless you allow Christ to you nwny lift you up they will drug 3011 down There Is only ono liopo for you ami that Is tho blood Christ tho transgressions bearing your Christ tho surety paying your debts Christ the divine Cyrus loosening your Habylonlsh eaptlvlt3 Woultl you not like tt bk free Here Is tho price of your liberation no money but blood 1 tremble from head to foot not because l fear your pres- Â¬ ence but because I fear that 3011 will miss your eiiancn for immortal rescue This Is thu altenuittvo divinely put lu that bellevelh on tho Sou shall havu everlasting life and he that be llcvcth not tin the Son shall not sec life hut tho wrath tif Ood abldcth on In tho last day If you now re him jeet Christ every drop of that Miiorili clal blotxl Instead of pleading for your release as It would have pleaded If you had repented will plead against you Oh Lord Ood of the judgment tlay avert that calamity Let us seo the quick flash of tho clmetor that slays tho sin but saves tho sinner strike Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ tet Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ fr J m FA11MEIISVAXLIANCE Th POLITICS WlilluthnOthrr Oun I AND PARTY ALLIANCE NOTES Sonic of tho southern alliance Tholr lenders still talk democracy people will not stand ty them utilization litut Tho state board of tho total valuation of prop found that rty In Kansas for lUl Is Srtilsft07ft about o77 lbo8 lawn than last year It N claimed that Russia will have 100 WW bushels of surplus wheat for export this hoahon This Is only two thirds of Imr annual export for tin past 1 rj four ycirft Tho lata slate convention of Mississippi wriH composed largely of lawyers almost wholly of professional men and not a farmer on its Important National Koonoinlst committees ruts and republicans will Icmo nuilcccornmoti cause against a toiuiuou enemy and the 11 fo of that orguuin tlou the peoples party will bo short Dom lions of Ft Col A A Harris Kan Scott Tim Kaunas democrats came out in address stating that thoy cannot nn anillatc w h tho Kansas peoples party This inlim you wus after tho peoples party had refused to fuse with tho Alliance Watchman democrats The Southern Mercury says Thirty days a jro wheat was selling at 3105 pur bushel now It Is selling at 05 cents anil still going lower Will some sleek con- Â¬ gressman whoso snlury never fluctu Â¬ ates please explain why this decline and how to prevent it And now hllvor Is going to Unglund under orders for purchase Tht docs not correspond with Mr Shermans prophecy that America would be the dumping ground of tho silver of Fu rope There Is evidently u misculctilu tlon somewhere KcouomisL The brethren in Mississippi are con Â¬ tinuing t lies light all along the line No one need have tho least uneasiness about the unltyjir growth of the alli- Â¬ ance In that state The mendacity of the opposition only serves to strengthen and encourage National Kcouomist - The Capitals special from Morris countv speaking of the judicial elec- Â¬ Tho entire republican vote tion says of the county will undoubtedly ho cast for an iudepoudent candidate as well ns that part of tho democratic strength It is very that is not in tho alliance evident that southern rebels are getting Â¬ Â¬ -- tho Hodmen of Oorernmont In i llody of Mm Who WUh to ICritp tin Othrr lYIlow Out Wo often hear persons confound poll tics with partylsm when there should bo a wldo dllTerence Politics Is tho science of government and should bo dlscuKseil and Investigated by every man who would cast an Intelligent ballot Formerly a party wits a body of nion who adhered to certain fundament til principles of government because they thought them host for the people but of later days It has become a body of men who adhere to certain political Â¬ may clmomi Wo mm ran too to the holler n u receipt hut hu shall be delivered the iMNfty and quollli vnUtui for whoh relieve him of all rlk of Iom on weight or grade while In Wo will attend to flrt Oiitireiicr If doilrnd nail oun at way olttuiit Inrnuruniitoiuoratho lowest rato Wo aru alo prepared at all times to buy Htnragc grain i an t la ouo holder hould wish ciihIi utlviiiicml on their rvoHpti wo can undoubtedly nming o with tlnxn Wo think tliuhuiioul to bo derived from auli a nyHtmn wilt bo soon readily by all and should iirthnr Itiforinntlou bu dotlrmi we will bo plmtnnd to furnUh It totho parly to rimin ho uinka Urn nli and thereby tumble him to tnte interning unny iUildtn change n miirkitt at any linio ho DE WISE AND CAUTIOUS tt toia the Nrrimiiry Itidlrf It would nppenr to bo n settled fact that tho sub troasnry bills known as thu Vance and Ploklor bills In tho sen to unci house respectively uro to bo withdrawn and other bills prepared for presentation to congress which will more nearly conform to tho Oenla de mands and also bettor represent the trend of advanced thought in reference It is stated to tho question of llnauce that President Livingston of tho Georgia Farmers Alliance has published an article In a Georgia paper In which he says that tho original sub treasury plan was Intended to render tho St Louis platform olVeotlve but us tho Ocala platform adds land as u basis if loans tho bill must bo changed to orrespond which ho says can bo done with ono or more sub treasuries as Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ In Fnrmttlntliiir i lllll Tor Coiigrxn inra Miould lln Tnlctoi Ytuit It Kmhodlnt tlm FcHtnrc That Witt Aftonl dlo men the worlds consumors to consume soil at n loss un see with has lrcrntitlon to muchtocomplacency as possible the mlat 1 -- bulls and bears speculators and elevator men pookot tho prollta which justly and fairly belong to lilmt This state of altalrs can bo remedied V by tho people making advanccH to tho individual farmer upon tho security ot And v Ids Imperishable farm product tho basis of tho this is tho essence and Rub troasnry plan A fow weeks ago I offorcd ns tho llnanclal plank for tho platform to bo adopted iu February 1802 tho follow- Â¬ ing A The rhiht to inako and Imiio money tit a HoverelKii power to ho maintained by tho people for thu common bunvflt hunun vro diUiiuul tho abolition or national hunk as baaks of Umiennd a a aubHtltuto of national bank notes wo dutuiind thtit lotpd tundcr treaiury notm ba lunuud In naKHunt volume to tratiNiuH tho biiBluo of thn country on a or pcolul nil cash bind without Uuuui vuntuK to uuy chun or culling tioh notes to bo IckuI tenditr la payment of nit dobti Wo lortluir dtnuitml depositories in each state with or with puullu or private tho bunking ityntum of tho the nationalisation of The United fitati In tho Interest of the wholo out government warehouses present facilities for warehouses will people To thl end wo favor thn ntablnh answer without tho expense of govern Â¬ incut of United Statu banks of loiiucUi And count and deposit In all ultlu and towns do ment warehouses or apparatus rnnllltliM tho olllolal of uiaadhiK If congress will onuct Hitolt bankbunk Inn boiutml employe of tho ho further says to bo a law authorizing tho Issue of notes to bo people anil tho IckuI tender treasury note deposited In tho states and to bo loaned Hpuelllcd above to voantlluto tho bunking niuii United on non perishable farm products and capital forpay IntciruHt at Htnto banks nueli rato of one por bunk to real ostato at not more than two per coat per annum on tlmo tho deposit and loan cent por annum wo will bo perfectly to tho people a demanded by thorn at unl satlslled Wo will and can take care of more than two pur cent por annum upon the warehousing and all necessary de linpurlHltdblt product a ludlnntml In tho upon Improved and tails without any help from tho govern- Â¬ NiibtreuHiiry plan entatoalo proper limitawith farm and city real ment whatever All that wo Insist up tion upon tho uuaatlty of land and amount on Is thus freely stated Wo demand of money and upon nuuh other approved a Knd by bunks that the amount of circulating medium Hceurltyand In now cnnldormlthe preneitt ya discount uudur bo speedily Increased to not loss than of loan Ho says that tho sub loin We demand tho froo and unlimited Sol per capita II treasury plan means to declare that tho oolnitKC of Hllver I had in mind at that tlmo tho idea United States congress Is legally and Â¬ Â¬ BrtORE THE 1KjO-SWrer-- t LECTION - morally bound to furnish tho amount of currency necessary to successfully Carry on tho business of this country without let or hindrance to any calling legitimate or section am hero to demand tho fulllllinont of promises Wkhtisun Faumih--- I made us by tho old parties last fall Sorry to say sab you cannot bo heard to day nab Coroiinn Attendant Tho Hal ha ha Tho sumo old chestnut Hohhih Inside Oit Paiiiv Hayseeds expect us to keep promises made before election Thoy are as Ignorant and as groou as over Wo have fooled them for twonty llvo years and wo will fool them for twenty live more They havent good souse anyhow k r their work among republicans out in Morris county in tho Interest of tho democracy Topeku Kan Advocate Gov Campbell of Ohio says tho alliance and democratic party will pull together Northern republican papers howl that tho alliance is a southern Llstnu to these en democratic annex dearing pet names applied to southern alliaucemen by tho Montgomery Adver- Â¬ tiser tho democratic state organ of HasMards mutineers Alabama conspirators and trait- Â¬ pirates ors Tho Mobile Register says amen to the above Rather an inharmonious annex The pulling together seems in Â¬ In view of tho above fact as above stated It Is to bo hoped and conlldently expected that tho chosen leaders of the alliance will mutually counsel with each other and with tho rank and lllo In tho peoples movement everywhere to the end that such bill when formulated shall embody tho features that will iiiYord to tho people tho needed mid necetsary relief from tho Ills that do The lounl tender currency of the UnitedSiniim tiiiiiill- - uoml fill- tilt ilnlitM mill nhlliriithem oppress Khalitlou Tho particular forms of oppression uoiihIhIexcept a borulaaf tur mentioned o KrociibacU coin and coin eurllll aro groaning iittiH ami bank oui rouoy shall bo prohibitunder which tho people mount Kold unci silver and tho speclllc modes of relief from ed llv eoln snob oppression may bo brlclly eplt without ilMlnetlon UoIiiiiko shnll be freo Â¬ I built with private funds should be Â¬ come United States bonded warehouses by being put In charge of state grain Inspectors under a good and sulllcleut bond to tho United States whoso stor age receiptor ccrtlllcalo of grain de- Â¬ posit should bo good security at any United States bank for money at tho rato of two por cent per annum Since that time the Daily hmitto of Kinporhi Ivan has published tho fol Â¬ lowing pluu for a United Stales mone Â¬ tary system - that private warehouses and olovators Â¬ to bo over a very rooky road Weekly Inlon Republican editors should got to Â¬ gether and come to an understanding While tho Capital is tolling its readers of tho solidity of tho democratic party of the south and tho futility of the hope of northern alltaucomeu that the peoples party will gain any strength sooth of Mason and Dixons Hue tho Clay Center Dispatch correctly sles up tho situation and shows that there is tho same danger of tho overthrow of democracy In the south as of republic- Â¬ anism in tho north This will never do let together gentlemen and arraug to all tell the sapm storyAdvocate Thus far tW counties have held their July meetings ami without exception every one has denounced olllciully In severest terms tho Fort Worth gang Tho scabs palmed olT a huge fake on tho press outside of tho state by tho use of the telegraph and malls Thirty seven all told was tho sum total of their Thoy dragooned Texas far corpuses Â¬ -- 3Trr JZfirTERTHC ELECTION CharKUHfor meolvlnn and HtorliiK Kraln ItteelvniK and Mhlpplnu laoludlng tl days Htorauo per bunliol 4o por IniHiiel TianwfmrlnK fioin one ear to another be pir biislud Winter MioniKo tiommimeitt Novoiiilnir Ift anclond May in and will not oxiMiud four to produce a cor subsidized press lilowcd and pulVed tho mooting for all It was possible but no one is deceived Dallas Tex Southern Mercury While some of us can hardly re Â¬ strain a smile as wo watch the reform fcinnunts In tho old partes waiting ex Â¬ pectantly for tho republican Kthloplan to change his skin and tho democratic leopard his spots wo cannot help respecting oven mistaken loyalty to past traditions There must however bo a limit and an end to such waiting Tho time is at hand when all true men must shako tho dust of the old parties from their foot and take their places In the ranks with those whoso chosen task It to free American Industry from Its oppressors No party attachments or preferences must bo allowed to stand in the way of this Journal of Knights of Labor -- President Polk of tho Farmers Al llamai who has just returned from his southern tour said ho had boon quoted Incorrectly as saying that the great issue was tho tarliV and free coinage and that ulth thoio Issues tho alliance would all rally around tho sub treasury bill Now sold he tho issue Is not tho tarllT the froo coinage of silver or tho Mibtrousury bill Tho Issue is tho re- Â¬ form of our entire llnanclal system Neither tho Issuanco of more money nor tho collection of loss tuXea will alone do tho people any good Tho en tire financial system of tho government must be changed before anything olso that may bo done can correct tho oxlst and wide and failed porals guard Tho Â¬ binders for tho purpose of keeping tho Other follow s out Prejudice Instead of patriotism Is tho latent force that holds both tho old parties together Party Is but tho whip and spur thatdrlves tho voter to tho poles to vote a certain ticket regardless of tho men or meas Â¬ Tho only ures thoy are supporting of our republican Institutrue solution tions Is tho education of tho masses of tho people on all political questions as they arlso When a man says that tho farmers or any other class of citizens have not sense enough to discuss the polities of our government thoy simply mean that they have not ho Such a person to vote House great masses tho havo would to vote a party ticket without lmmvliio whv thov vote Itor for What thoy aro voting For tho last few years the laboring classes have been studying tho political questions of our govern- Â¬ ment and aro Uncling out the causoH for tho hard times which aro oppressing them unci tho politicians are calling cranks calamity shrlckors them but still tho and hayseed statesmen work is going on and It must continue until tho people aro educated on allÂ¬ political questions that alToot their welfare and will cast an Intelligent ballot free from fear or prejudice Ava Mo Farm Record THE SUP TREASURY PLAN Â¬ HtoniKo foreueh ndaysorpuit tbereof cents per IminIikI Here we havo tho storage of grain ami unlimited on It prummt ratio of IOC to ono of wild ounuo of Hllver 1st Tho delivery of the people from with option ftrotm of eeitllleiitu tho power of inonov to oppress such buck currency In addition to promine power to oppress Inuring In tho control currency shall bn litntiod to tuo respective pur oxohuiiK and territories of tho volume of money by Individuals statu rispeutlvo bond InInmrltiK Intercut for of their tholr unrestrictod one half cent per day on ouull M01 Intercut and corporations and power to ehargu usurious interest for and principal payable In any kind of legal tho use of money Jellof from this tender the payor prnfoi uttlinuof payment mioli form of oppression can bo alVorded only Tim UKuroKitlo oiiMtandlnir Ihmio ofoxoinal y to a statu or territory to not Issue of money direct to the peo eiirrcnc aero of land In cultivation and IM by tho li per ple by the government and tho loaning per capita of population a shown by United the credit of tho people or government HtatiH eciiHii Hticb lNtio to a Halo or terri- Â¬ with tory to tho Individual ut a low ralo of Inter Â¬ owii to bo iniiilo only InIt notordttnoo court Its tm Mupremo law approved by Nothing else will do It est eoiiMtltutloual providing how It shall ru Jd The delivery of tho people front celvnHiicli currency and put It Into emula- Â¬ the clutches of speculators and coin tion the Unltoil All blues and from the rubious oilocts of Htalo uroenback currency of at option of be laterooavuitlblo lluctuatlons or tho sudden rise holder Hit it United Htatc bond hearing In- Â¬ frequent Into and fall In prices of products goods tercut of ono half cent per day on each MO commodities unci wares no Intercut puyulile on such a bond otitiHutul or If mi alien A discussion of tho mode of relief log less than ninety day payable In coin from this form of oppression must owneiNhlp and tho Intercutonly by latoroon but thu pilnclpat payable from tho very nature of the oaso bo vertlblllt with griiunbauk eiirronov as divided Into two or throe sub heads slated Coin to intuit Interest on hiioIi bond First As to tho price of domestic and to pay InteruHt mid principal of pronent I nlted bond hIiuII ho obtained by reproducts unci commodities the price of quiring Milieuhalf alt tariff Untie to bu paid la onewhloh is not governed by the foreign cola or eoln ccrtilloaten and all IhhuooI gov- Â¬ price upon tho surplus to export Noth ernment bond with Inlerext or principal ing is needed to maintain a stonily and payable In eoln except coin Interest on In- Â¬ uniform scale of prices upon such com Â¬ tel convertible bond a mated a ball bo hero omied us follows Â¬ 11 Â¬ - Â¬ under state supervision state weighing Inspection and grading state storage receipts trausforiiblo by sale ami delivery but prYuiM cash advances upon such receipts Now I havo positive knowledge of tho fact that within tho last thirty days money has boon loaned upon real estate security in this state for ninoty days at tho usurious rate of 18 per cent unit wo uro roasouiiblv safe hi assuming that upon tho security of grain receipts tho farmer must pay at thu rate of two por cent u month for cash advances Lot us thus supposo a case A farmer stores IIOO bushels of HO cent wheat value SJ li and borrows thereon SJOl for hIx months at two por cent a mouth At tho end of six months wheat must huvo advanced olght cents por bushel in order to pay tho Interest upon tho If It advances It cents cash advance per bushel and the ilUO bushels In ques tion was stored on Novomlyu 5 tho Interest storage charges and Insurance will absorb tho whole II cents advance Â¬ Â¬ 1 modities and products subject only to tho law of supply ami demand but the maintenance of a steady and uniform volume of money upon a certain por capita basis subject to tho demand of the people and beyond the control of Tho rem Individuals or corporations edy or plan already designated will Â¬ In the Statu 1 Â¬ JMff evil Sxobaugc At tho end of six months tho total In torest charged would bo two dollars ami If wheat had raised In price Hrouti per bushel tho farmer would be able tc pay the Interest storage and Insurance charges and yet bo benefitted In the To tlie IUUhm and llnndlum of Jriln sum of Si or 7H cents pur bushel on la order that our ouitonwr mnjr eltlior the ilOll bushels stored wlith wo tori or bundle uniln in they There is no bettor security for inonoj hitvu provided niiranlvti wth ilbandioit fu llltliH for NloruKn triinifurrliiK and bayliiK in tho world than wheat at its old At our cmmtrii twmrt wo will bo propurod at value In tho Liverpool marueu nil timet to nay imsu arum Okoiioi C Waiiu loud At our tUnitor wo will rectdvn icralii or uur loud for xlorune mther by tho wiufoua It Is entirely legitimate for the runanlile WmiiIim renulptu for euoh lot at farmers to unlto Ip holding wheat and lankiii tho holdout of Kraln po nit wilub nlblo to tho furiarr at a much Ium opone other crops to got the highest market th than bu oun more it on nirff farm ami Unur prices obtainable It Is a question be UihliatliotrrflAI uiul f o uadnr Unit tween thu producer and tho spooulntori Our principal elevator oIlMaN have full and the producer has tin right taall ami lh lrrWWim tl tho cotmtmer pays less tho necessary ohnroof tUv trttoSiiin nt imimtUtnt ft Ilv nlnilnK Kfxhi In tor unU oiitlnl cost of handling ami tramportutlon rucolnt It unuble Ihu owacr to dinoo rocutpt Umporla Kau Uaruttu by simply dolivurum tho any Â¬ It would appear from tho advertisement of one of tho loading elevator companies In tho state of Missouri tho sub that most of tho features of voguo In treasury plan aro already In that state Now supposo that tho people or gov Kentlnl In Operation Krcpt tho eminent make tho cash advance of lVnturc Are Principal Himiiiml Iliioip Moony SsJOO at tho rate of two per cent a your following In price orMIourl AU II iy Â¬ 1 1 nt tlmo after prohibited Snri Tariff dutlo yield a reliable gov ernment revenue of iJooiimi pur annum of which T3osooo pur annum wilt pay Interest mid prliiulpat of prcMont Koverii mini bond Taoin wuro IHioOiooo acres of nooocioo population land In cultivation un by thu United ouiimiH of ISJU ICana under till ytuin could eall for 700uK cur rency to h put Into circulation In It own way Siioh curronuy would retain a reliable aiVord tho necessary relief monetary value bu ample In volume and Second As to tho prices upon Amer Â¬ self regulating In mipply avoid the objecican farm products such as grain cot tion of Ioh o money value pertnlnlmc to a tho merely Hat tin unci food products of whloh wo evil of thu currency to and also avoid mid pay expitualon piomlNO ralso a largo surplus for export and contraction panic and bunkruptoy specie tho prices of which uro governed by rcilt nipt Ion Nytem under which thn money tho price ih gobl of tho exportublo sur Â¬ leiulliu IntorcHi rule and runts productive plus In foreign markets It may bo safe- Industry It will bo noticed that the forogolng ly auirmod as to such products that no of manipulation of or legisla- Â¬ plan relegates to tho various states re- Â¬ amount Â¬ tion governing our domestic currency spectively thu duty power mid responsibility of establishing uaoh for Itself or money can by any possibility havo miy plToot upon tho price of those prod Â¬ Its own banking system locating Its ucts Tho volume of domestic currency banks auilonuotlng laws rules and reg Â¬ has nothing to do with such pricos ulations for tlio government of suoli whloh are and will under the present bunks 1 Unci however ono objection systom ovor remain tho price in gold In at least to the above plan which Is that foreign markets loss tho expense of it must uueossurlly make tho ratu of interest to borrowers morn than two transportation to such markets nay a vital per cent I should llko It bettor If It Hut thoro Is an Important fact to consider In roatlou to such for- Â¬ provided that the United Statos should eign markets to wit Thoy cannot es pay oniy ono por conL upon savings cape tho inevitable control of tho law bonds deposits and furnish money to of supply and demand If tho American tho states at one unci onchalf por centÂ¬ farmer was In a position to withhold Thou tho states could loan to tholr rehis products from foreign markets and spective citizens at two por cent and Instead of going abroad to seek a buyor have ono half of ono par cunt margin oouhl foroo buyers to come hero to buy witli whloh to pay tho expenses of tholr grain ho could diutato tho price of the respective banking systems Como and lot us reason togotficr products of his labor Thoro is a vast in a for in a multitude of council thoro li deal of dllTerence between wheat litottOK 0 Wahd farmers granary and wheat in a specu Â¬ safety lators elevator one is iiKm tho marHays tho looms of Agrlonlturo ket the other is not If tho fanner grain subject to demand All farmers cannot hold tholr whouU oouhl hold his for legitimate consumption ho would but if those who are able hold tlmlr receive tho same prico tho whole year wheat those who have to will will havt round and that pro would bo the tho benefit of the Increase In price prleu in foreign markets plus tho coat dust so And thn Journal might havo of transportation to tho United States wlded that If th mibtrasry plnu mid what taiiir duly might be Imposed wcjiv in operation thosVi who wr Hot Of It tipoR foreign grain i oroed as ho is by compelled o avail tliMHtwlvn urgem ami pressing iocowltliH to lnt provisions would b equally bHttt4 hlllty of with thiww who did ho aval 4ih4A41vmm thu mnfkt fur boyoiid tk Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ f -- - iU- - -- wfili yvjnyf V nyilvi- - iilf t Hazel Geeen Herald SPENOER COOPER - - - Editor Him Friday 0U2 iBKY - Tim Irlnmry Klectlon Tho Democratic Primaries last Satur day paused oil very quietly and the friends of the variolic candidates worked hard all day championing tho caupc of their favorites The total vote cast in tho county was 8M and tho successful candidates were Jonas F Vansant for Circuit Court Clerk majority LGl Geo W Drake for SlioriH majority 122 lie low we give tho vote for each candidate in each precinct Â¬ I fr 2148 tm m Mfe A GitizensNational Bank WINCHESTER KENTUCKY PAID UP CAPITAL HAZEL GREEN - Ulork I tihuriir Sept 11 1891 iiuciNT g Twontyono Catholic HifltcrH of charity Iiavo been granted certillcatcHto teach in tho public hcIiooIh of Toxiw TIiIh 1h an 2 -- 2 Tb o X t S M K 1I iitfViL 17500000 WASH MILLER PRESIDENT O Snnovntion that will bo watched with great intercut by both 1rotcHtantH and Catholics First Second Public speaking In an art of which Mr Third IlarriHon Imh proven himself to bo a Fourth pnnl mii8tor btit whether it in condu Fifth civo to tho making of votes in a national Sixtl convention only tho futuro and possibly Hoventh Kighth Mr Blaine can tell 5 t C JJ2 t j 10 17 GG J JM 137 52 II 81 loT 71 102 120 08 4 57 15 18 ill 415 1J 40 8l 24 100 40 20 if 1 J S W WILLIS VlCE lltESIDKNr 2 17 A very littlo item in a newspaper will make a man an enemy to tho paper for llowit Thin life but it seldom stops him from read We oiler Ono Hundred Dollars reward ing it Ho is changed from a subscriber for any case of catarth that can not be to a first class borrower merely going cured by taking Halls Catarrh Cure backward instead of forward F J CHUNKY CO Props Toledo Ohio To tho surprise of his neighbors a man in Maino has raised a good crop of tobac We the undersigned have known F co which is claimed to be of finer quali- J Cheney for tho last 15 years and be- Â¬ ty than that grown in tho South This lieve him perfectly honorable in all busi Â¬ may bo true but it reads liko tho adver ness transactions and financially able to tisement of a real estato boomer carry out any obligations made by their Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Total fiiii 288 48 Ml A H HAMPTON CASHIER W POYKTEK ASST CASHIER iM 1 1 They aro now talking about railroad Wkht Tkitax Wholesalo Druggists trains at a speed of ninety miles an hour Toledo Ohio When a train going at that speed flics KiNNAJf Makvix Whole tho track or has a collision thcro will bo Waidinu Halo Druggists Toledo Ohio no occasion to send physicians to tho Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally wreck only undertakers will bo needed acting directly upon tho blood and mu- Â¬ Mi in TestimoSomebody should invent a mirror that cous surfaces of tho system will cnabloa man to seo himself as oth nials sent free Price 7Cc per bottle Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ firm III IBS mm III El r ifilS ill WSSUmBB LBhifl KPP f immm Hl 1 iff vwnFfflz UJi I Se3r25ii2SQRffiSraHl M1 s rjj PUBLIC SALE I will on Thursday September 24 181 nt my residence in Iluzel ireen Ky oiler for side to the liiglitNt bidder all of my personal property embracing household and Has amnio facilities for doing a general banking business So- Â¬ licits deposits makes collections gives prompt and careful attention to all business entrusl piI to it and extends to its customers the most liberal Â¬ jicconimonationscoiisisicntwitn correct banking business i I M ers 8co him and overy professional poli- Sold by all druggists tician should bo presented with ono of Thu Hanoi riii Fair them nt public oxpenso An epidemic Tuesday morning September 29 1891 of suicides might then bo confidently ox is tho day set for the opening of tho Ha pected zel Green Fair Quito a number of It isnt always tho man who originates horses aro already here and in training an idea that is entitled to tho credit it Everything is being done by tho manage isoftoner tho follow who pushes that ment to make tho attractions better and idea just when tho world is ready to re- Â¬ more varied than last year If you have ceive it This fact is strikingly brought not seen a cataloguo and premium list to mind by ex Senator Blairs claim that write the secretary and receive one by ho is tho originator of reciprocity between return mail The floral hall has been completed and the entries in that build- Â¬ nations ing will bo tho best over seen in tho Aa long as tho child reciprocity mountains of Kentucky Tho stock continues to thrive and grow it does not show and racing will be as good as can mattor about who is its father Let it bo seen anywhere in tho State and no go as Undo Sams baby and lot vory pains arc being spared to make this tho patriotic Amorican stand ready to do du grandest event in tho history of Eastern ty as nurse in caso it takes any of the Kentucky numerous diseases partial to growing children A Mystery 1 How tho human system over recovers Shrewd politicians aro now getting somo frco advertising in tho newspapers from the bad e fleet of the nauseous by having thomsolvea mentioned as being medicines often literally poured into it under consideration for tho contem Â¬ for tho suppositlve relief of dyspepsia plated vacancy in tho Cabinet Similar liver complaint constipation rheumamention has enabled men to stand oft1 tism and other ailments is a mystery creditors and to increaso their bank ac- The mischief done by bad medicines is counts by borrowing money from ac scarcely less than that caused by disease If they who aro weak bilious dyspeptic quaintances Somebody has discovered that swear constipatod or rheumatic would oftener ing is increasing at an alarming rato bo guided by tho experience of invalids have- thoroughly tested Hostettors among tho women of this country This who is easily accounted for by tho increaso in Stomach Bittern they would in ovory Â¬ tho number of women who have taken instance obtain tho speediest aid deriv able from rational medication This to wearing mens shirts collar buttons medicine is a searching and at tho same and Bwoaring aro of course not synony Â¬ thoroughly safo remedy derived mous but they aro nevertheless vory tlmo a from vegetable sources and possessing closely associated in consequence of Its basis of puro spirits m About tho boldest thoft on record is properties as a medicinal stimulant not that of n Kansas man who employed a to bo found in tho fiery local bitters and steam threshing outfit men anil wagons stimulants often resorted to by tho de- Â¬ and removed a crop of wheat from a farm bilitated dyspeptic and languid sold it and walked off with tho money Miut Iluyu Hiul tlui Itch about 1000 in his pocket without any Â¬ About tho worst scratching dono any body auspectiug that he was not tho where in tho late election says the rightful owner of tho wheat and not sat Â¬ Â¬ isfied with stealing tho wheat ho loft Courier Journal was dono in Todd coun without paying tho men who had helped ty Tho Democratic candidate for Representative was given a majority of 197 him handle it over his Republican opponent but the If Secretary Tracys orders aro proper Democratic candidato for Governor fell ly carried out tho Nnvy Yards of tho KM votes behind Major Wood For will be effectually removed from Lieut Governor tho county went 113 country Somo Democratic but for Attorney General it tho c fleets of partisan politics timo ago ho mado tho principal physi- Â¬ went Republican 32 votes It gave Halo cians in all tho Navy Yards subject to Democrat for Treasurer a majority of competitive examinations open to all lii but to restore tho equilibrium gavo and now most important of all ho has a Republican majority of 19 in tho racto no oflicor or em for Auditor and finished the work by go issued an ordor that ployo of tho Government shall require or ing 110 Republican for Supt of Public request any workman in any yard to con- Â¬ Instruction 125 Democratic for Register tribute or pay any money for political of tho Laud Office 25 Republican for and that no workman shall for Clerk of tho Court of Appeals and purposes bo removed or discharged for his politi 100 Democratic for State Senator cal opinions Not a particle of quinino nor any mil T hair liiy oral substanco Ib contained in Ayera No better remedy for gray discovered than Haifa Hair Kenew- - Aguo Oure yet it U n warranted specific Â¬ Â¬ gears wagons cupboards chairs mowing machine rake and various minor things used in farming Also 20 head of cattle consisting of 3 milch cows one a thoroughbred registered Jersey 1 thoroughbred Jersey bull 1 yoke oxen 2 calves Â¬ CATLETTSBURC KY The Largest Drug House in the Ohio Valley tanning implements consisting respective Manufacturers of 228 REMEDIES that are Sold by the Dozen h of bedsteads bureaus wurdrohes safes 10000 Square Feet of Floor Room 28 Hands Employed plows jSf So N WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING DRUGGISTS proprietors of the famous Sole proprietors of the 8 1 i in Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ sheep 25 hogs 3 bee gums 3 farm horses tine saddle horse 2 work mules one 2 Also the following and one 4 years old X PIUCK 100 IKIUK - LKMS thoroughbred stock One roan mare 3 year old Blue iiird by Hoscoe He by blue For Sale ky Drug Storis and Country Storcs Every Jeans 1st dam Puss by Guides Hob Hoy 2nd dam premium saddle mare breeding unknown Her 1st dam Mury Cox a Virginia WM UUICIIT Secretary and Treasurer J M KELLY President mare whose dam was a Copper llottoni mure raised at Lexington Ky Hoscoe us a -breeder and show horse has Yew equals he took 24 first prizes in 25 shows One of his sold for u greater price than was ever obtained in the United States for a sad dle horse 2i0 In foul by Skylight a half brother to Itlue Jeans Onu bay mare combined Hnuy Hoscoe by Hoscoe dam a saddle mare by a saddle horse by old Golddust Shu is in foul by Forest Den murk he by Mumbriuo Forest 1st dam by uitiiuurs ueumarK u tun nrotiier ot King William 2nd dum by Hhodes Ilooton J no Woodford owns thu liorsu und lias refused tJ00 for him One roan illy yearling Minnie Agnes by Post Hoy Jr he by Post Hoy he by Magic he by American They are operating THE LARGEST FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP IN THE Clay half sister to 11 ue Jeans Onu bay STATE east of Louisville horse colt yearling Peter Cooper by Gold Host ho by Ssuutor IMuckburu he by All kinds of BOILER AND ENGINE REPAIRING SKILLFULLY Dlllurd Dudley he by John Dillard dam DONE j The only remedy that is sold on an abso te LMiarantce to cure an nuns ami Aches Crumps and Colic Diarrhom Dvs fentery etc Used internally and ester tiiuuy iiie oesi Liinimeui in me woruij CRVE KING HINDOO KIDNEY CORDIAL renovncdtSx For the permanent cure of Pains in th luicK ami an u isomers 01 me iviuueysj and Urinary Organs Thousands of eer- tificates of those who have used thisJ remedy will be sent on application 0OtHXKKMfr0 wiiEREa Â¬ WHENEVER YOU VISIT LEXINGTON-- - Â¬ CALL ON THE- Lexington Foundry Go Office 99 EAST MAIN STREET Shop K U RAILROAD near 7th St J Â¬ Â¬ Sale will commence at 10 oclock A M and will continue until completed Terms All sums under 5 cash a credit of twelve purchaser giving months on sums over G H SWANGO note and security breeding unknown at the lowest livino PRICES M KELLY President Office 99 EAST MAIN STFouiulry on K U ltAlLltO taj - Lexington Ky John H IMkkvtt Auctioneer DR J F LOCKHART 35 DENTIST EZEL KY THOROyBH INSTRUCTION IN BOOK KEEPIHB SHORT HAND TYPE WRITIHO PENMAHSHt STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE SOUTH WEST TELEIN APH Y ETC ETC AT THE BRYANT IBRNER THIRB AND JEFFERSON STREETS LOUISVILLE KY CATALOGUE FREE 0 tcJ J It TEACHERS INSTITUTE PROCEEDINGS With a new trimming machine a modern stapler fast job press an abundance of type and superior workmen we aru better prepared to print Institute Proceedings than any otlice fn Eastern Kentucky Pleanegivo us your orders SPKNCKH COOPKH Kdltor Herald Ihuel Green Ky A MOS DAVIS JftlriiTiiniv nuiurnoiTu Lexington ky IlIENTUGKY l0rnl ArtH M i Â¬ ieal Scientihe nniKivtl Eugineeiin lArfm tenehiiiK corps Students fee Twkivi DoiIAKS for thu session of nine mouths Itonnlini nt i imnnill rm u Mvo JIIHII CVA11 I T ceiveu us fclMM Is Mnmliiy of Septeiuher For catalogue TiSito ArttsilB i to ii1 S etc nil IriBitlciit of University College of the llihle Presl iien t U OKA AM Lexington Ky jyJ jWt V has s CoiiogoH college Conmereial Collee Thu College of Iiheial Arts has a couniuH Class 1 nti I TIS IStVi CENTRE COLLEGE BETTMAIBROS Manufacturers of M Co -- hleetivt Â¬ Location healthful o saloons further Information address lull Ilieulty VTriT I wo elegant S111 Next session heins c in u Snthuc8t leiiilliiB to leKrees lmihliiiicH just erected N Bi H 00 W 1eiirl vn If O More than 1000 alumni hssiei1 Ueluntillo and Complete Oymuasliim Sept 0 1801 For rntahiiMio nr YOUNCi D D Danville Kv C efeisaiHl street Cincinnati aR TAa335t303SP COLLEGIATE Ml Sharp Uruce Trimble T G Denton Â¬ tfllcnilqunrtersut West Liherty Kvty FANT JAMI PTin old hkiiawk Co Hat House of W S Dickinson Cor 1enrl Vine CINCINNATI Invites all of his mountain friends and especially thu merchants to givo him a call wlien in tho city HHWIHI t ytttU tln md by John K Â¬ Â¬ g ltn c for malaria thorough training ol teachers Iluslne Course giving practical instriicliou in husi recommended uess forms and calculations commercial llmr fr law penmanship type writing Ac Musleal If HENNETT tlit rylMiir KACILVHIKVIULr Iramnl department organ and piano Iloth sexes admitted morals of students carefully guard KtlSbOM i 10 IDII7UM HUNK ed courses of study complete uud thorough CO JOIIIIKIIS OF Tho justly celebrated Session of 1891 2 opens Tuesday Sept 1st jiirVor circular giving full Information Hats Perryian steel pons address Caps Gloves Straw Goods Puok M f MAUION Secy aro sold at this olilco at 10 cents a dozen JiUUson Ky AND UMiRELLAS and the best pencil in town at Co apiece h II I1UNTOK D I Chniici saN Paint St CHIIJICOTHK O AIL iMchyouqulcKljr blur Intnflio tlU a tly l Hi tlact lid inii it ou rn on Haiti Mic ill a r In sir art of lAmtrlca you ran cviinurncK al liuiut il all yvur r imunt nt only la luf Hiiik Ik AIILiin Oii ol y SI MK ry wnrkr mi rtimlihlntr youiutjr nut mkt m murhLui lirn i fn Have now a coinploto lino of Situation beautiful and healthful large Clothing Hats JJoots Shoos two story hriek huildiue u faculty of coin petJnt and experienced teachers Primary and Gents Furnishing Goods and iutermediatu departments all common branches Accadcmic and collegiate de We solicit an inspection of partments Higher Fuglish Natural and Mental Sciences Latin Greek German Al our goods and guarantee pri gebni Geometry Surveying e Full Nr mnl Course arraiiged especially for the ces satisfactory and articles as Â¬ Of Ceitral University JACKSON K ENTUCK Y fffli SHARP TRIMBLE MT STKULING DENTON KY Â¬ J YANKEE SBIP v Hazel Geeen Herald m Has u lnruor olroulatton In Wolfe Morgan nnd Hrcnthltt than nil other papers in thu State and merchants in Mt Sterling Win chester Lexington Louisville and Cincin nati will find it tiik 11K8T mkdium through which to secure Mountain Trade ADVERTISING HATES TIIANHIKNT Â¬ Advertisements inserted for Ichh thnti 3 months will be 75 cents an inch Tor the llrnt insertion and 25 cent an inch for caoh sub sequent insertion jparAhh TKAN8IKNT ADVKKTIBINO MUST UK 1 PAID IN ADVANOR HTANDINO ADVKHTIBKMKNTH 12 mouths 7 50 12 50 Mr G 11 Swango of Wolfo county who was olected Register of tho Land Of Â¬ fice failed to file his bond within tho time prescribed by law tho timo expir Â¬ ing last Thursday It is said that Gov ornor Brown has expressed his opinion that in failing to do bo Mr Swango bo comes iuelllglblo for two years oven by appointment This omission stirred up xuito a brcezo in Frankfort yesterday af Â¬ ternoon as soon as it becamo known Loxingtou Transcript A Promising Lad James H Swango of Hazel Green passed down to Frankfort this week to attend tho inaugural ceremonies of tho Governor No young man iu tho State perhaps contributed as much to tho suc- Â¬ cess of tho Democratic tickot as ho and therefore ho witnessed with peculiar prido tho installation of tho successful candidates ono of whom is his father Hon G B Swango Register of the Land Oflico ANNOUNCEMENTS 1801 1802 DAILY HACK LINE FROM HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY Normal and Preparatory School FIIIHT TERM BEGINS HAZEL GREEN TO ROTHWELL Leaves II axel Green every morning Sun day excepted and connects with afternoon tralu for Mt Sterling Leaves Hothwell every morning or arrival of train front Mt Sterling exoent Sunday nnd arrives at Hawl Green at 4wX M Judge Swango loft hero Suuday pro 1 inches pared to executo his bond His neglect l Inches 15 00 4 Inches 18 75 to do so curlier was simply an oversight 5 Inohes 22 mj We sup8oso that it will be all right and 6 inches 25 00 Liberal rates on larger advertisements that his negllgonco to do so earlier will made known on application only result in causing him a littlo annoy Â¬ Local notices to bo interspersed among reading matter 10 cent a line with a dis ance Mt Sterling Advocate Â¬ inch count of 25per cent where they run a month or more Obituaries tributes of icspect etc 3o a line Count six words to thu line and send money with the manuscript We will write obituaries and publish at 5 cents a Hue Marriage and death notices not exceeding ten lines solicited and published piuck BlMB KOIt Ou Tuesday evening Mrs Swango re Â¬ ceived a letter stating that everything was all right that tho Judge had been sworn in and was now attending to tho duties of his oflico ItKOmAR ADVKRTI8INO Hazel Green Ky FAYA1IIK QUARTKRIY OK DKMAMD Address SlfiNUKIl COOPER Miss Luln Knsh paid a flying visit to her parents this week V Floyd Dny apeut Saturday nnd Sunday with 1ih family and on Monday return- Â¬ ed to Cluy City Henry L Godsey left on Monday morning to resume his studies at Centre College Danville The Hazel Green Fair begins on the addressing C A Snow Co Washing Â¬ 29th inst and everybody should remem Â¬ ton D C ber this important fact Keep your eye on the newspaper and Willie T Swango of this neighbor- Â¬ see which of tho merchants want your hood attended the Beattyville Fair last ciiBtom and arc sufficiently courteous to week and carried off several premiums invito you to call There is much more Mrs G B Swango returned from in advertising than you may think It is a pamphlet entitled Information and Advico relating to Patents from C A Snow Co well known patent attorneys of Washington D C It contains directions for procur- Â¬ ing patents and the cost of tho samo in tho United States and foreign countries information about tho registration of trademarks copyrights caveats and de Â¬ signs also abstracts of court decisions in patent cases and much other matter of interest to inventors patentees manu- Â¬ facturers and others interested in patents It will bo mailed free to anyono Â¬ Wo havo received Though but twenty years of ago ho canvassed nearly tho entire Tonth Con Â¬ gressional district making effectivo speeches and acquitted himself to the satisfaction of all who heard him At a number of his nppolntmonts ho was met by an experienced debater of the Peo ples Party but was ablo to hold his own nnd cven to vanquish tho importÂ¬ A distinguished Re- Â¬ ed Kansas orator publican who heard young Swango speak at Pikevillo said to tho Sentinol-Demo-creditor that tho speech would have been creditable to a much older man in fact said he it was a first rato speech and ho certainly is a very bright boy Tho testimony is that Jimmie Swango is a promising lad and doubtless will be prominent in sorao profession before many years Ho will enter Centre Col- Â¬ lege at Danville tkis session and wo ex- Â¬ pect to hear of him distinguishing him- Â¬ self in even that celebrated institution of learning May all success attend him Sentinel Democrat Â¬ at MONDAY llAtcR -- SEPTEMBER 7 1891 or Tuition por Month Fare ited 00 150 and 200 Â¬ 2 Each Way Vorv rcspeotftillv tV 11 Care fill nnd attentive driven in charge of caoh hack nnd especial attention paid ladles 8BPayablo one half on entering School tho other at mlddlo of term FREE BOIIOLARSMira Any scholars taking first nnd second hon ors on the completion of their courses in tho Academy shall be entitled to n free scholar ship enen in Kentucky University A free scholarship in tho Academy will be nwurded to one pupil from each nf tho following mountain counties viz Itrcnthitt CIny El liott Flojd Hnrlan Johnson Knott Lee Leslie Letcher Invrenco Martin Magoflln Menelco Morgan Owsley Perry Pike Powell and ltowan provided such arrange Â¬ ments have been made for the competitive examination by the common school author ities or with their consent as shall enable each student of common school grades to compete for tke scholarship and tho appli cant therefor shall bear a certificate from the examiner that he has obtained tho high est mark attained upon tho examination iu Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ or children traveling without escort The traveling patronage respectfully solic TAI10R Proprietor THE WINCHESTER BANK WINCHESTER KY N II WITIIER8P00N President R D HUNTER Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 his county This Rank solicits the accounts of mer chants fanners traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and offers lta1 customers overy facility nnd tho most liberal tortus within the limits of legitimate banking oot8ly BOARDING A Last Call With Warning I havo indulged you at tho expense of Â¬ Wo aro arranging to build a Dormitory that will accommodate tOboardors and will havo it ready for occupancy by tho opening of school Tke re will not be nnv more trou The cost of ble about too high board board will bo Â¬ NEW- - FARMERS BANE MT STERLING KY Frankfort Monday evening where she had been attending the inaugural ceremonies Prof E B BuBby arrived here laBt Thursday evening on the hack and at once began work on the band Ho will remain until after the Fair The Forks of Elkhorn correspondent of the Frankfort Roundabout says Miss Sue Godsey of Eastern Kentucky is the guest of Mrs Eliza Trimble Ed Marcum is building a condition to his house on Main Street Jnckson Hustler What the condition will be no one can say until it is finished D G Combs moved his family into the new dormitorylast Saturday where he at once entered upon his duties of catering to the wants of hungry Btudents All persons who desire to purchase any privileges of the Hazel Green Fair should remember that all booth privileges will bo sold to the highest bidder on Wednesday next tho 16th inst at 2 Â¬ my credit am now in debt and must havo money or a judgment This is pos itive bo you had better come and settle at once I will take anything that I can U80 again on debts Also I will offer for Bale my house and about three acres of splendid land in tho not only to tell of his goods that a man town of Hazel Green Also household advertises but is to invite the people who and kitchen furniture and all the Btock I may havo on hand Sale will bo on read the thinking tho intelligent--t- o Saturday September 19 pay him a visit and judge for themselves J A Taulbee as to the quality and price of what he of- Â¬ Hazel Green August 27 1891 fers for Bale People read the advertisements Dont make any mistake about Tho Con Con is in session at Frank- Â¬ that They are just as much interested fort trying to remedy tho grammatical in knowing where to buy to an advantage errors and ambiguities of tho instrument as the advertiser is in selling his goods framed by them last winter and adopted Â¬ 2 pir Wnk Everything Furnished Capital We will be prepared to do better work next session tliau ever before During the summer tho school will be supplied with Wm Ghas M Gmjbbb Mitchell mans charts globes etc etc Prceidcnt Cashier You cannot find a better school in the mountains of Kentucky Our rates are low The largest capital and surplus and Indiour methods of teaching Normal wo keep abreast with the tide of education Our pu vidual deposits than any bauk in this seo We refer tioi of the 8tnte pils are our best advertisement you to them Haxcl Grrcn is tho prettiest town in EastBank of Kmtucky ern Kentucky free from many of Ills of Exchange railway towns and those of more populaMT STERLING KY tion ho saloons or harbors of temptation The people welcome strangers and Inllu euces for good are thrown around them All hoarders will be under thu supervision CAPITAL of the teachers Send for catalogues etc I Â¬ 9250000 Surplus S40000 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SIOOOOOOO WM May 8 1891 H CORD PRINCIPAL Wo have more Haxcl Orcen business than any other bunk and want to increase it Send us your account and we will treat you well t The Williamtown and Doudton turn- Â¬ l pike company have declared a dividend of G per cent The county received 13125 on tho stock she holds This is pretty good stock in the pike Williamstown Courier is it not Several years ago a charter was grant- Â¬ ed to build a turnpike between Hazel Green and Torrent Station but thus far nothing has been dono to push forward this work A turnpike bftween these two points would pay equally as well if not better than the ono referred to above Who will take the initiative step towards subscribing the stock semi-annua- at tho August election as tho Constitu Â¬ We hop they will tion of Kentucky get through in time to allow the General Assembly to meet when the regular ses Â¬ sion begin b and thus prevent the un- Â¬ necessary expenditure of renting another hall for them to meet in B J PETER8 President JOHN G WINN Cashier Traders Deposit Bank oclock pm Tho JackBDn Hustler in addition to getting out a good newspaper and doing some excellent job printing now says to tho citizens of Jackson Bring your Wonder who laundry to this office does tho washing Next Saturday the 12th inst W L James will sell off his growing crops stock household kitchen and farming Ho will leave tho latter implement part of tho month for Texas with his family and expects to settle in Greer Co Our public school opened on Monday The en last under very fair auspices rollment is upwards of fifty and Prof Gaines tho teacher has taken hold in a way which will insure success and satis fuctiou to tho pupils and parents is asÂ¬ A fair number of Btudents presented themselves at tho Hazel Green Academy last Monday tho day appointed for tho Prof Cord opening of tho fall session informs us that quite a number from a distance failed to arrive but that tho school is in a flourishing condition New appliances have been added and everything dono to givo better opportunities Bro Dickey of the JackBon Hustler to students than over before in the his Â¬ in tory of the institution hits tho nail squaro on the head the following paragraph and it is as good advico as we havo seen for Bomo time In this age of keen competition a man must advertise and advertise wisely Ho may must give the same attention to his ad- Â¬ Ha youthful color vertising as ho does to his stock and store An advertisement forms an impression baauty ullnaaa tho mind of the reader and it means on dRaaa It dally a great deal to tho advertiser that tho with impression bo a favorablo one and that it bo fully sustained in tho establish Â¬ ment Â¬ ASSOCIATION Tuesday Sept 29 Wednesday Sept 30 Thursday Oct 1 Friday Oct 2 MT STERLING KY CAriTAL J 200000 SunrLUS 80000 RIGSTAFpTPresTknt M G L KIRKPATRICK Vice President W W THOMSON Cashier o We respectfully solicit tho business of mer Â¬ chants farmers traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky A general banking business done Give us a chnnce to send you a bank book pay your chocks and loan you money when in need W W Thomphon Cash Mt Sterling Rational Bink MT STERLING KY That Your Hair retain Capital 100000 Surplus 16660 LEWIS APPERSON President II R FRENCH Cashier customer fairly Mountain business is respectfully aolieited with tho assurance that we will treat every f and Ayers Hair Vigor and atlmulataa a naw growth of hair It olaanaaa tha scalp ouraa humora Went Liberty Wisps Our West Liberty correspondent failed to enclose part of his items in his letter sent Monday and they arrived too lato for insertion in tho proper place but hero it is Tho rain Bcems to bo over Tho Burton Brothers gave a Bomowhat lather and shavo show hero Saturday XStf 3P3UB2 rQTSiL STATE OF KENTUCKY PROFESSORS and INSTRUCTORS Agricultural Boientiflo Engineering Olassioal Normal Bohool Academic o- 26 r Â¬ sured Dr A J i A postal from D H Carpenter Cat lettsburg stages that their genial and en- Â¬ ergetic traveling salesman H B Mau night pin will Boon bo hero with a full lino of Tho Herald did not make its appear- Â¬ samples of dry goods notions boots and ance at this place last week high washoes Our merchants would do well to ters probably tho cause await his arrival before making purchas-Â¬ The illicit dealers in Logan may keep es their eyes open since Henry Grceuwade Only a few short days before tho Ha Â¬ has been appointed Deputy U S mar Henry has a host of friends in zel Green Fair is in full blast and it be- shal this section hooves overy ono to do his utmost to Tho funeral of James Lewis one of make tho second annual exhibition a can our honest citizens deceased was passed greater success than last year This only bo dono by each and overy one go Â¬ over last Suuday until another timo as Dr ing to work with n willno half way all tho ministers wore not present and pro- Â¬ W L Govedon filled the pulpit business will succeed duced quite an interesting sermon Many persons living along the lino of How the people do kick when the K U It It are desirous of visit tho Ha Thk Heralds el Green Fair which begins Septomber truth strikes them 29 To accommodato this throng S 8 tribo always tell the facts and you may Combs of Campton haa perfected ar Â¬ depend upon it Wo are sorry that one rangements whereby a hack will bo run of its able correspondents Wm Havens daily between Torrent 8tation and Hu has ceased to write forever and gone to el Green commencing Monday Septom Â¬ tho bourne from whence no traveler ha May Gods bleating rest ber 28 Seo announcement time card yet returned upon his bereaved family and friends etc elsewhere in this paper Â¬ Â¬ Lowall9 Maaa J C Ayer Co Commercial and Competition Open to the World oiuuy - iaaaajafcaaaaOa Military Gouraea of aNaaaal COUNTY APPOINTEES RIO IVKD FREE OF TUITION XTQTXQX Tho undersigned will run a Hack Line between Torrent Htation on the K U It II and Hazel Green during the week ot tho Hazel Green Fair Commencing September 28 1 1801 r-- TIME CARD 440 p m Leave Torrent at 1800 p rn Arrive at Campton 600 a m Leave Cumnton at 830 a in Arrive at Ilasel Green 415 p m Leave Hazel Green at 700 p n Arrive at Campton to Haxcl Green 2 Faro from Torrent Gentlemen will he requested to walk up Torrent Hill Itespectfulljr Over 10 nnd under 15 years of uge 25 Conta JAS 35 Cents Over 15 years Catalogues giving pre miums in full will bo ready for distribution Juno 20 and may bo had by addressing W G LACY Secretary Â¬ ADMISSION Roard In dormitory 2 per week j in private families 360 to M For Catalogue add re Fall term begins K WtsaistriMiMiil LEXINGTON KY PATTERSON PhD Trimble Bros WHOLESALE GBOCEBS MT STERLING For Booth privileges address KY 1 a COMlt J M ROS13 President CECIL HOTEL WEST LIBERTY KY 8 W CECIL t Jr Proprietor seitz Wj Henderson Thos WITH jfetrCoiislfrnBieHt of nroduee and tke patronage of Mountain Me reliant respeet fully solicited Son JUL h MAtiPiN WJTH JHlr rriila naw tmtot lim lust MimiitlAn ample rooms livery stable In connection 28 Hates reasonable nf smaata hn oneum Fara 0llfiU t far ffOfld mewAm ASHLAND KY WIJOUWALK WHOLESALE DRY GOOD NOTIONS BOOT SHOl Aa D H OABFENTBR CATLiyrTSIIUJW fely KY i m juuiZiUA TTnil n TTa1 uiueu jliujlciiu FuWklwr I SPENCER COOPER XUZGREEN A BETTER HOLT When trouble Rlts yon bout linlf dorrn Ami nil tho world Is oho llff frown Then grllynur tooth though friends mtty And try to litch n better hdlt Onro yot IfVup youro gono bo mtrc Men whUnjiiirshlt grin utul endure TJpwMli your bond priinco lltto n colli Then try and ltotch u bottor bolt Spos things nro blue ns Indigo Aro J on tho only nrnti UBud sof Jlruco up I Whut euro yon for u Joltt Jost try nnd Jfotci u better holt HpoHO nlno mon full whero ono T denizens of tho forest wilds No human volco responded to our summons and yot wo felt assured of boimr on tho right trail for three sev- Â¬ KY eral times we had found half burnt matches and once had picked up a fragment of drawing paper which we knew to be Toms Wo had spout fully two hours In going perhaps as many miles and not having lately eomo bolt across further signs of our friend Charlie Hlakc gave it as his opinion that if still alive ho had lost himself and was probably wandering in a circle somewhere in tho labyrinthine depths where tho sun his only guide could not penetrate boys ho concluded if wo do not ilnd him before nightfall wo shall never again see him In this Anil V0l8u1 V flyInK i rcoplntf succeeds Whnttt that to you Your losson roml Tlmt now yqur qlmnco Dont bo u dolt Iluljtrntul notch n bettor bolt v Tlich whn youvo boon rid gone nil rtorio And fout your light nil vlctry won Jest RhowHomo roller bout to bolt Tho wny to hotch u bettor holt Ilrowno Perrlinnn In Ynnlscci ninrto X i NOVEL DEFENSE Kcoplnjr a Jaguar at Bay with a Hand Mirror II AT litis become of Tom 0 runt tho lender of our party as Hiiicl we ono i I i it ii n IWIV1 another roused up after n long yjftfirTWT xnidduy sleep m Gone off as at once said l M 9 it ni on u Wuro on Toms stiro enough beetle and but- Â¬ You see tho trail truck is widest at top 1 terfly hunt whereas if made by a wild beast crawl- Â¬ hupp o s e r e ing along it would bo widest at tho plied Tomtf bottom chum a yotuifj M Wo now vzv u ft nSK fellow named succession fired three shots in rapid ArfVJ m and after waiting a mo w c V3 Austin Well it was ment were about to shoot again when nuoiMKi inhknsiiim into 1 It A VIC AUS Austin hold up his hand with a ii mighty foolish tiling to do in these tins Amis lKivtsvvjthoiit his rlllo and I bee hu Whisht and each ono strained his ears to listen Yes there was no mis the story of his unprecedented adven Â¬ lihsJdfl tlmt behind When did lie goV taking it far away from toward tho ture in a few words rejoined tho cupttiin declining sun eamo a faint halloo once When you fellows lay down U Dont know cup but I gnoss he twice thrico repeated and five lusty sleep said he T took my net and set never took a snooze ut nil I waked up throats sent up cheer after cheer as wo out for a little hunt intending to bo Irs to tluscrowd and jlie piB jgojii realized tho joyful fact that our com Â¬ back by the time you should awake then Austin somewhat unxiously an- rade was Indeed found but I met with such success that I won swered Dashing along nowwadlng tearing on and on to the edge of this savanni Ohnrlie lllako whom we had elected the long wiry and then niross it nearly to thl lptaiuof the expedition out of defer scrambling throughcould wo 1 heard all your shots steins as best wo made our further bide ence to his longer experience in the way half mile soointf nothing as but of course you did not hear mo ifqra country turned to the party with a in serious expression ou his handsome yot but Over more distinctly hearingÂ¬ shout return until yuu got into the tlio sameullalloo Halloo Halloo al- open face and said I secured lots of rare specimens ways promptly answered by our own Joys Itlsuow two oclock Weve Oneouraging shouts At last wo caught here and had just picked up a fine been sleeping1 for over an hour and a sight 6f a sombrero ami the scarlet beetle when I noticed a little luilf anfltiraut may lavo been gone shoulders of broad abovcHhe tuilMiorb way off a slowly advancing trembling a man Hq M quito unarmed vxt thno wave in the long grass as if sofTie monage backing slowly toward us and the brakes and thickets about here strous serpent were crawling through Hush boys hush cautioned Charlie aro full of jaguars panthers palmeats Blake theres something unusual it 1 at first supposed that this really Â¬ and wlldhogs and worst of all the ter- nere T and bOing now with in easy was the case jand stood carefully rible Ireoboa Is by no means rare Most watching prepared for a run Hut of these creatures Ho clpse hidden dur speaking distance he softly linilecl very quickly found that retreat was out What is up Tom ing the heat of tho day but Tom Is just llrayt and asked of the question when in a minute or sc The young fellow never turned his as likely us not to run right into their I caught a glimpse of this dangerous la Irs or by his single presence tempt head but while his right urm seemed beasts head as he wormed himself fiat some of them frbm cover and if he does to bo gently moving up and down and along the ground and I am not well- wo had bottor lose uo tlmo In 8triyigollushing dazling gleams of blinding light played fitfully beyond ashamed to confess that I fairly shook hunting hlin up with fright at Hie sight being as you We were a party of six five of us him answered In a curiously restrained know utterly unarmed voice young fellows from lloston who had 1 had read somewhere that beasts ol Hoys theres a thundering big lately graduated and were now before prey will fly at the sound of the human Hettllng down to tho serious business jaguar following me up not twenty voice and so I tried to frighten thifc away Ive been oiAifspjudlntvfow moiithjyln Hrft feetthe last half hour standing him off fellow off b a series of wild yells for by llashhigjftho KHonftloulhtatrie entomological and rays from my V Icrluips he did uot recognise tuesq ocket inirrorjnIieycs hunting trip Tho sixth man Charlie but as human at all but anyhow he did IMake was a thirty-year-ol- d Now and hes getting used to thoigaUHrnow not seara jvorth aeeuU On the qon yoivogot here just iniiinej Dont trifyIlio qrept Yorker whom wj had fortunately run tlpljljfjn luitll wtlfjn Vnlvcrde whore hoiiud been lot uslosq him One of you eomo slow fifteen feet when he humped up his against at and for hopio tlmo ongnged in trade and lytnjRtralght behind mogou tho other back and his hoffiblo green eyes in wear ot iour nwcop arounn aim who had ery kindly consented to join tho brutobut dont waste a moment glowed likeinyrald llamcbis he evi us for a week or two thus supplying dently made reajlyto pounce upon me to tho rather light headed a tnueh for1io begjns to look mighty ugly jAi yJiOard Toms startling explana I had 6iowiarceiyiitliono of escape needed modicum of ballast tion jitt thrill of hardlyvroprossed ex- - l but a sort of merolfulnipubnosbcamo Of lato wo had mndo Valverdo our over in j senses and I did not much headquarters but wo woro now out on seem to oare a tour of exploration and it was on tho It appear almost miraculous butut thl mohiont n8 jjiiyj hulf uncpnsfiouK second day after leaving1 the old town state oxpeetlng instant death I hap- thaUAv found ourselves at noon in inlcDfonosof diri schoolboy ponod to strotoh of eouutry which tJthjpllfio games -- aud rwhy lhnrdlv Icuev ItcMuaroUho junction of and between jorked tins tiny mirror frohi my vest tlOTowmCln and llto clol rigru rlvor AUrondorful land indeed whoso auuiz pocket uudistliiHlIiutwIth my own faea to the sun fiushedtho focused Jlrrh rif tropical vc gotoilon iijgfnrlohliosi Into tho jaguars eyesfnnd toiuy -- reat gnrgeotis bloom of ondloss llowers dellglit and astonlshmeiit1thkiiirptised myrlitd blnls of brilliant plumngo and inercdlblo wealth of Rcarcoly loss bril- Â¬ lrutevat aAlnglo bqitiulprang fully tweUtyfeotno oiTesltle Then- Hndlnft liant insects on every side delight tho that ho was not hgrtjlic- eaujotj again n o grovoa and swainps cyyv uut to bo scared tiifio after time in thbtsainu liiirk forejitiandj deep grassed plains Uianner Sot for over half an hour th teqnj alas with noxious venomous strange Ilght was kept up I with my in tho green scummed waters life and face always to ho suu baoklng towara of whoso stagnant Jagoous deadly ma- Â¬ T cmnp and he persistently following anu - dtferltW7 4ViXtI Hi laria forever lurks Mttmu r mtttmrn j l r2 aLJ gradually getting more and more boh Ypolmdlain Jdown beneath tho v r jkrb Afftami yfrtvmn as ho became accustomed to tho trick shade of a clump of vtne elad cypress you opinio nnd gum trees to sleep away tho hot FIASIIKl TllK M01IT lVIO THIC JAOlTAItS 1 could plainly see just up that a oatas trophif Vas immiijent uu uoouuuo iiourb aimuisuovercu uuiy KYKS and 1 lfavb no doubt that if you had jiwpfklnjA tlu Toirf OrantU a hover tif iWgcntominogist hltir disappeared eltemont ran through tho little party been ten minutes later I should have hut had it not been for Hlakes warn Prank Austin carrying his own and perished Hut alls well that endsÂ¬ lug wonbfi lfonoj bf usveiuldhavo felt his chums rllle advanced cautiously well and we shall have this magnifi cent pelt to add to W lho icr3t misgiving as to his safety toward him and tho rest of us made a Thompson in A Your collection Ledger detour and crept silently as possible utaruoutat onuo uu hoscUj eh and through tho grass until we reached a Intho nineteenth annual report ox exfcoilliiKfpuvoHnto a lit wltji1 point directly in lino with tho actors In the directors of the Zoological society nn interval ot about fifty yards be Â¬ this singular drama Then we rose to of Philadelphia attention is called to tween each twp mon wo sot off up- - our feet and peering over the top of tho unprecedented destruction of many knowing that our comrade tho rank growth saw a most curious of tho more valuable and important htronin have taken that route as tho sight Indeed Crouching low on hl animals of the native American fauna imibt rivers junction lay imniodiatoly bo bolly atail creeping stealthily aloug lay andjtotlie neqd for tho immediate a full grown and beautifully spotted adoptiou of every moans which can bo luw Us i t wp pushed jaguar while a few yards beyond him employed to save thorn from eomplufeu BVory now and then as laboriously along through tho almost Tom gradually backing away held bcr1 extinction The directors think thatv a tween his fingers a common little mi good di al may bo done in furtherance of impenetrable woods ono or anotljc of ms discharged a signal shot In hope ror such a prospectors carry audi jis this object both in zoological gardens af h twifetaWerUiffhHllolmt tho ho faced tho muh continually Hashed and private preserves Of all tho bis 6ly iVeqt M que tire was to scuro tho reflected rays into the eyes of tho Qns now surviving outside tho National frojtn their lildlngplaoe or tp ilrtv to brute who on eacli repetition of tho park probably nlne tonths nro com teffr ooyr hnptlreds of screaming trick recoiled in momentary terror priced In a fw herds owned bv private ptrrpu chuUorjiig monkey and the snarling aud showing his great faugs Individuals and zoological societies Â¬ after It was now past four oclock and al Â¬ ready tho gloom about us was sensibly deepening and prowling beasts of prey began occasionally to cross our path Joe Hurko kiueked over a slinking wolf and Frank Austin brought down a wildcat from tho top of a lofty gum but neither of these shots brought hull or shout from our absent friend Wo were still advancing In a toler ably otraight line always keeping within speaking distance of each other when suddenly wo broke out of tho dark forest Into a large treeless savanna whero tho sun shone gloriously nnd the rank grass was breast high Im Â¬ mediately ou reaching this Hugh Kim- Â¬ ball called out I say boys something has passed along here not long ago Look at this narrow path whero tho grass has been parted We all hurried to the spot and lllako Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ world and then resuming his course until again cheeked in tho same way Tho hungry bloodthirsty monster was so intent upon his expected prey and I suppose so puzzled by the extraordi Â¬ nary defense that he appeared to have eyes and ears for nothing else and it was only when our simultaneously raised gun hummers came into full po sition with a sharp click that he turned his head and saw us Then the spell of his absorbing pursuit being broken ho gave a hoarse savage cry of rage or fear and for one half second stand Â¬ ing at bay seemed undecided whether to light or lly That Instant sealed hh fate Konr rllles cracked together and each ono sent a heavy conical bullet crashing through his huge round skull and witlmut so much as a tremor he sank stone dead to the ground With a shout of triumph we brushed past the carcass and rushed over to Tom who now that the fearful tension was re Â¬ laxed had dropped and little wonder Insensible into Frank Austins arms Tom however was made of good stuff ami soon revived when after empty Â¬ ing the contents of two or three water flasks down his parched throat he told Â¬ HOME HINTS AND HELPS qomb3 notnw OAMPTON KY Tho flesh of S S COMBS PKOrRIKTOB food lamb and mutton Is red with tho patronage of the tkavellig publlg h Tfae fat very firm and white Delicate colored silks should never respectfully solicited Table tkof beat aarl gucit attention for the comfort be laid away in white paper as tho f try dilorlde of lime used in bleaching tho RED KELLAM in per ofter draws out the color WITH Anyone can add strength and weight to his body by rubbing well with olive S M iry and the joints stiff The flesh of good veal is firm and F ail particularly beneficial to delicate after a warm bath Oil baths aro chil- Â¬ TIMMONDS dren To whiten the skin of face and hands lake oatmeal and pour sufficient cold water over it to make a thin paste Then strain through a fine sieve and bathe the face ytth the liquid allowing it to dry upon the face To cool your face and prevent an oily appearanee put a few drops of aro matic ammonia in your morning bath When the face becomes overheated and shiny during the day wet a corner of ft towel with alcohol and mop it softly letting it dry by evaporation or with Â¬ Wholesale apl8ly Grocers PORTSMOUTH O peddlino tST SALARY 25 PER WEEK Wanted Good Agknts to bell oun General link op merchandise No Above CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO 178 W Van Burcn St Chicago III FOR FUft AGENT8 LIVE PAID TO ADDRESS THER INFORMATION salary will na H ENRY MATLOCK VIT 17 r fiu ill ixr4i H a Si rm lw Jtiffl v- - v i little rubbing GO MCMILLAN HAZEN It is not only fashionable but the most convenient economical aim neat WHOLESALE thing to use a square or rectangular arpet for tho center of the room Where expense is a secondary consid AND eration rugs and parquet flooring may BOOTS fill up the corners and niches while KNOXVILLE TENN stained flooring is witliiu the reach of il most anybody X V World Nasturiums liekled As soon as Thc above goods are handled by J T the blossoms uv on gather the little knobs put them into cold water with DAY fc CO JIazcl Green Ky some salt move them about once a day for three successive days make a cold pickle of white wine vinegar eschalot pepper cloves mace nutmeg cut in quarters and horse radish Tut tho nasturtium buds into this pickle llosÂ¬ SHOES Â¬ MARKS BROS MARKS AND ton Itudget 0 Â¬ Strawberry and raspbeny ice Â¬ creams are made by mnshingand straining the fruit then adding the sugar to the juice The fruit should be allowed to lie covered with sugar for a little while beforehand to aid the expression of the juice stirring all into the cream and freezing immediately To a quart of cream allow a quart of fruit and a pound of sugar lood Housekeeping Â¬ Nos 134 138 RACE STREET CINCINNATI 0 FREAKSOF FASHION 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ - Â¬ I J - - 1 kSJMW silk shot variously and trimmed with 11 15 nnd 17 West Pearl Stroct pinked ru files of the same For dressy occasions parasols are constructed en Â¬ CINCINNATI O tirely of chiffon in various beautiful tints and are very elaborate indeed Many of the sleeves on handsome visKenaaTlio wholesale trade of iting and dinner dresses are wholly or tucky Is respectfully solicited Eastern partly covered with a rich trimming made of silk tatting or of Irish crochet r THE work in handsome patterns wrought as delicately and perfectly as the finest woven passementeries A pretty summer tea gown is of gray India cashmere and crocus yellow crepon The upper part of each sleeve is yellow ciepon the lower half gray cashmere The front of the gown is also of crepon and the plaited ruche at the skirt hem is of the gray fabric lined Wholesale Dry Goods Notions with crocus yellow surah Figured foulards striped and nl aided 101 103 and 103 W Fourth Street surahs and French zephyr ginghams have waists made with a deep bias South Side flounce set all around the lower edge CINCINNATI 0 with a narrower ruflle graduated in width going over the shoulders from belt to belt These rufiles are used in the place of lace 01111111113 dressy gowns The new very sheer woollens and wash silks for blouses for the house for traveling and for tennis have fancy stripes dotted with contrasting color or narrow irregular stripes forming broad ones These blouses aro made with a shallow yoke at the back like a boys shirt waist with three box plaits down the front or one very wide one They have straight turnover collars and full shirt sleeves with vivy deep waist- Â¬ Nos 74 and 76 Main Street bands The lavish use just now made of CINCINNATI 0 lacs of evoiy sort enables 11111113 Inst years dresses still in fresh condition to do duty without dating themselves GUS MEYER WITH by the basqueless appearance of tho bodice The waist may be sharply pointed with added basques of paniers nbputen or twelve inches deep Short O JODHEK8 IN p silk sleeves vest and pipings intro duced In last seasons woolen gowns Agricultural Implements give them quite a fashionable appear Â¬ Hardware Â¬ Various Noti n on St vlo in lYmiiilnn Dress The new irloves in suede kid nf lli tint called Egyptian pink are very fash- Â¬ ionably worn with carriage and evening toilets The shade is much like tho color of an over ripe raspberry Iarasols for usual wear aro mostly of THE KRUSE 5 BAHLMAN HARDWARE hCOMPANY Â¬ GEO W MAIPIN G0MPANr9 GROSSMAN CO SCHLBUTKBR Saddlery and Harness WMKERSGO Â¬ ance J Shirt fronts are multlnlvlnir and nro made of fishers not polka dotted silks bright red surah plain or dotted with black or white also on dressy toilets they are made of satin striped chiffon fiower prlnted silk muslin crane de Chine and English crape in tints of damask rose sea shell pinlr Persian lilac sulpluir and chartreuse green A girdle made or silk covered with jewel beads frequently finishes tho shirt front at tho waist Velvet girdles are also very popular Very long ami handsome riding cloaks for summer evening wear on the beimh or other fashionable drives aro made of ouis XV and louls XVI brocades with black or neutral grounds figured with large broohc flowers Some aro trimmed with superb jet yokes points and girdles others with rich bead wrought nets nnd still others with Im menso ruches lnado of fringed silks closely plaited They aro generally lined with light colored silks and ara finished with high full sleeves and ex OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS MALTA PLOWS FOSTER STOVE CO COOKS MILLS A EVAPORATORS CHAMPION REAPERS MOWERS STODDARD AND ACME HARROWS DOORS AND isASH A SPECIALTY Noi 110 t 112 Scoond Street 0iy ironton onio 6TD0 YOU WANT TO SAVE FROM 25 to CO CENTS ON EVERY DOLLAR YOU SPEND If so writh for our Illustrated Catalogue CONTAINING OF the United States at manufacturers TRICES 10000 ILLUSTRATIONS all links represented oitalogub mailed free Address oiy ILLUSTRATIONS ANE PRICES EVERYTHING MANUFACTURED IM Â¬ application CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO No 178 West Van Buren CHICAGO ILL St STATIONERY - ens i Ac I SHSyr tra deep miffs N Y PoU lor nhIo at thin office Lad1 u ilUr umjr iuo a quirt Call rfheu you need itatlonerjr e l