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X Wt tl SPENCER COOPER Ownor nnd Editor Hazel Green Herald Of n Noisy World With News From All Nations Lumbring nt His Bnolc Sloo A YEAR Always In Advance SEVENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 18 1891 THE OLD PARTY COLLAR If you have been wearing a party collar throw it oil and bo a man NUMBER 26 WE DO THE ANNIHILATION - CLOTHING BUSINESS PRICES GREAT STOCK TAKING SALE OF o o OV o- - How dear to the hearts of the old party bosses Are those that follow them up to the polls They fall into line and never once filter To vote as lie tells them pawning their souls How fondly ho watches the votes they are IN CENTRAL KENTUCKY You can make your faro and nt least 20 jer cent besides to come to Loxington and buy your Clothing easting As he leads them up by the rings in their nose The old party collar so peculiarly fashioned The longer you wear it the tighter it grows They weai the old collar the mortgage bound collar The g o p collar with rings in their nose CLOTHING AT o- - I JJ roHUCMT SUITS AND OVERCOATS l 4fc -- fWiti A 7 4 H I T W - UOTHWK t for Men and Roys from us Resides this wc oiler you tho largest stock to solect from that you can see anywhere jf you cnnt como writ0 nml TELL US WHAT YOU WANT sell JJU1SGUSSTBM1S PRICE CUT IN TWO READ OUR PRICES Our READ OUR PRICES 750 Suit worth 15 Our 10 Suit worth Our 15 Suit worth 30 Our 20 Suit worth 40 Our 1 Undershirt marked down to 50 Cents Our 1 Drawers marked down to 50 Cents Our 2 Undershirt marked down to 1 j Our 2 Drawer marked down to READ OUR PRICES 20 1 and well send you samples to select from If goods dont suit that wo sell or send How pleased is Shylock with the peoples you RETURN AT OUR EXPENSE If you want a suit mado to order nnd cant come let us know and well send you samples and measuring blank with di- Â¬ submission For they bow down their heads inviting rections to take your measure and well astonish you how cheap wo can mako your clothes to order for you We wholesale and the yoke They shoulder the saddle and tell him to ride it The more lie can rob the greater the joke He tells them that tariflis just what is need ed LEXINGTON KV To make them prosperous happy and free And then they all shout for higher protec WT VSvyvjWKJ tion There is none so blind as he that wont sec While they wear the old collar the debt retail ONE PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE M KAUFMAN 54 East Main Street y 7yTg3ryyyyy Hh Â¬ CO Â¬ fl burdened collar The high tariff collar in bondage theyll be But the day is now dawning the people are kv w IffSlVIf fe WHOLK8ALK AND JIKTAIL DEALERS IN BOYS DEPARTMENT All goods marked in Plain Figures - waking And no longer submit to be led by the nose They bee that the bosses have kept them in bondage And constantly robbed them of shelter and clothes They will rise in their might and throw off ART FAFBE HANGINGS AND We will cut them in - Half which means 50 cents on the Dollar Good Summer Coats at 20 Cents No 32 W H MEARA O G IHTEKIOK BBC01ATI0NS West Fourth Street CINCINNATI Mens Seersucker Coats 50 Cents Worth 100 to select from the shackles Stand in their manhood independent and free The Alliance has shown them the strength President MITCHELL Secretary - 0 4 HHF fWTJpThis is an opportunity once in a lifetime Re member you have the best assortment in Kentucky of combining Now in the future no slaves will there be They will throw off the collur the slave binding collar The old party collar and ever be free C S White Halstead Kansas B tKYAt-JmYAiAJrlAZ77cA- H3gZiH AXjLkJJjJJLiAjLiiJtiJJLJXjM mmmtwml THREE II L WMwwmwmttWm and M F Davis Sir After some delay I Louis UliAfste CLASSICS Gus Straus 1 Leading Clothiers of Lexington Ky Superior Facilities for the Higher Education of Young Ladies ttaili ilili 2 First class in all appointments anivKSTivm Delightful Home Central ART OlA wujMimuwuo JJUCilllUIl ENGLISSiToTo COMMERCIAL New Buildings and Furniture Terms Reasonable Send for catalogue jc2G8m S W PEAKUX WINCHESTER KY rresuient MITCHJSXX DEALER IN Hardware Queensware Vulcan CIUMKD TinwareSLAgricultural Mowers Implements by local applications as they cannot reach tho diseased portion of tho ear AND DKALKIl IN There is only only one way to euro deaf Â¬ ness and that is by constitutional reme- Â¬ illMSWWlES3MMWiMMHMfllB dies Deafness is caused by an inflamed for 6 yearn antee condition of tho mucous lining of tho Evans J iiorsk Corn Planters And Trimmings of All Kinds t n i iiri wneii nun uiuu gum JJUStacllian nine Stoves of any house in Hasten Kentucky TliolUrLe8LBtockt Cook iinl Heating inflamed you have a rumbling sound or Vit I am prepared to furnish on short notice and at low prices COFFIN8 OF AU to the very lincst furnish coflins cheaper SIZES from tho and Builders Hardware a Specialty imperfect hearing and when it is entire- Â¬ vINDS AND buy the trimmingscheapest of Collins from 5 upI can have a fine hearse and Cutlery I Price ban you can ly closed Deafnciss is tho result and un Â¬ will deliver colli ns cheap East side S Maysvillo Street MT STKKUXC KY less the inllamation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition m IHiilm MM WJ or can III hearing will bo destroyed forever nine rlVMlQrrmVTQI My arrangements are such thatMarble furnish Tombstones tho 12jO Monuments from any kind of or Granite and at caused by catarrh lUJVl DO J JL cases out of ten aro W OHAVKN Very respectfully At very lowest prices LEXINGTON which is nothing but an inflamed condi 12 Short tion of the mucous surfaces Almost A Model i Wo will give One Hundred Dollars for SEATING CAPACITY 150 Counts ami any case of Deafness caused by catarrh Blue Point Saddle Hock New York Fresh Oysters at all own that wc cannot cure by taking Halls Ca Mobile Count tarrh Cure Send for circular free REGULAR MEALS season CENTS hum I m the of W F J CHENEY fc CO MeHlH to order at all hour KKWAMMJJ INSTRUCTION IN I00K KEEPINI IHORT HAHD TYFE WRITIM TEIEIRaVhY ETC ETC AT THE INYANT L XTRATTIN ibtlNEIt CILLEIE IHTK complete and modem kltt ht n eiihtecu llri six Bteiimlnff at The most Toledo O NeVtHJ 1 AM EF EUIH STREETS LIHISVIUE KY IATAIHHE FREE a Miller Improve1 Range the hnest u wlitir reserv fw Tils range will cook Sold by druggists 7ri cents tachments two large broilers and hot and cold u ono of the kind in t0 l tllMt ot 8Welbn anything ro NEATLY CHEAPLY Htul PROMPTLY KXK HhIPh Hair Ronewer contains the nat- Â¬ T fl D D D I rT I M ROUTED AT THIS OFFICE Snd your mW ural food for keeping the lmir healthy Plows best made R P Avkiiy Sons Strut Plows Hall Mitchell Cos Stkkl Hillstnr Plows Imikovki Malta Doumli Shovel Plows Oliver Chill nnd South Bekd Plow Repairs Stoddards New Climax and Ihikr tstvc Tmiiti llitiiinuK Hay Rakbb Whitelky8 Solid Steel Hinders and Cc LUMIU A TlOKR AND GllANUER ULK Y will again write a short letter and ask you t have tlte same published in The Herald Friends of the Alliance and laborers cause after the late political contest just passed I want to say to the readers of The Herald that it has been Yes n tria triumph of the people of the people a ratification of the umph constitution in as much as it is a victory over monopoly and over men who do not intend to work and want to live in the shade What must I say then in regard to those who followed the men around that defended us for the purpose of Wo ought to tell jumping on them them to go to monopolies corporations and capitalists for friends The time has come when wo must Hike men to record All that made them fight the constitution was because its guarantee promised the people future existence contrary to the Their expowishes of a favored fow were hirelings in tho service of nents those who want all that which has not raised its head from beneath tho clods Wc invite all good people who lovo their country to come forth from the old schools of selfish thought and let us range together for life for prosperity and peace Toms Hranch Omer Ky Â¬ Â¬ COLLECES--I- 4 DEPARTMENTS OF STUDY Classical Scikntitc and Letters Copiirkn leacing to Uachelor I A II S and and Master M A M RICHMOND KENTUCKY S L Degrees Also Commercial and Elective Courses A gion 1000 feet above tho sea free from malaria n few hours by mil from Louisville Cincinnati Knoxvillo and Chattanooga Rcliticd and hospitable community and students find homes in tho best families and Memorial Hall Attendance last session 101 from li Suites Territories and countries New Gymnasium More than 100000 added to tho endowment Inst year Kioiity two 82 endowed scholarships for the benefit of worthy poor young mon Kxpenbks Moderate 175 to 240 for tuition board washing ami servant attention NEXT Hhsion opens Wednesday Sept i 1801 Fpm Faculty of able and experienced men each a specialist in his department Richmond the geographical center of tho State in the heart of tho Illuegrass re- Â¬ Â¬ 5yFor Catalogue apply to L H BLANTON D D Chancellor The undersigned takes pleasure in announcing that they have just completed ar Â¬ rangements with tho American Hook Company that will enable him to sell the school- books adopted lv too btato Hoard ot Education at the following reduced rates MeGudeys Small Primer l Hays Now First Arithmetic ii 8JT Second Aritlimetic Keviscd rrlmer ii fiO 17 Eclectic Speller Third Arithmetic GHEAPEK SGIOOI WOES ii ii ii ii it ii 8j High Arithmetic VI 75 Kcvtosamo ro 65 McGufleys 1st Eclectic Geography Fourth Header 1 10 7 2d Eolectio Geography Fifth Heador 1 30 d Eclectic Geourunhv 81 Sixth Tho above school hook nuhlicatioiiH of tl io American Hook Company aro well known standards and wo shall at ail times have a full supply on hand for sale to school ofllccrn teachers or pupils at the prices named utlier school nooks published by the American Hook Company 137 Walnut Street Cincinnati supplied at correspondingly low prices CO Hazel Green Ky J T DAY w First Header Second Header Third Header 17 Key to sanio 0 cXi I I IAZEL GREEN KY ORATZEIKr UNDERTAKER C0FFINSCASKETS IiifnHH Ciint lio Curod Cooks Patent Evaporators Havens Pioneer Cane Mills Fish Hros Celeiuiated Waoonb Tonics U S Standard VIon Waoon Scams price iiil with a written guar Â¬ 1 Shears Willi iM l I i iiii West Restaurant in Street trfflf kt JOLJLiiiltilJIi ays K FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS REPAIRED 1 1 Every Feature Â¬ Hm 25 luuJAmJMMZYMh Tf n lllb SS UUD rKIIM C X ri Hazel Green Herald SPENCER COOPER PublUher BOEftOWJLNG TROUBLE Like Debt Has Caused Secular and Worldly Failures UAZEL GREEN HE A t KY TAKES TO THE STREET SideÂ¬ And Sent Sorrow Inntontl of lliipplnrsn Many Ileiirln Scrinon by Kuv T DoWItt Tiilmtigf I I to Ihm Threo Young Women on walk Young Miuih Kxporlntrn In Trying Id Tho three young women woro walk- Â¬ ing abreast perhaps Htiuntcrlng would bo the better word and as tho street was rather crowded and the sidewullc not extraordinarily wide tho young man who came up behind them found soino diilleulty in passing He tried the outside but people moving in the op posite direction lcept driving him back behind tho trio Then he tried to pass on the building side but the trio swerved a littlo and there wasnt room Tho young man sauntered along be Â¬ hind tho three young women listening to what mamma said to me ami what Ocorge thought of it all and then he grew desperate and tried again to pass but was again driven back by tho hurrying men and women Just as lie fell in behind tho trio again one of the young women glanced back and then whispered to the othern Theyll give mo a chance to pass now he thought Hut they didnt They simply moved a littlo faster and lowered their voieei and the next instant had reached a cor Â¬ ner policeman Air Olllcer exclaimed one of theiW twill you make this fellow stop follow- Â¬ ing us lies been most annoying Why began the young man in surprise but the olllcer stopped him Hero herel he said get a move on you you jaeksnipe Then raising his hat Its all right teddies Im onto him Hut my dear sir expostulated the young man Quit that now interrupted the po- llcoinan or Ill bat you over the head mid run you in Mashers cant live on this beat Leddies your servant He lifted his hat again as they passed on gave his club a jaunty whirl for practice and said Go on go on Dont block the Street Im in no humor for tritlin As a crowd was gathering the young man went on anil ho takes chances with teams in the street now when he overtakes a party of women occupying most of tho sidewalk He says its safer Chicago Tribune TAKING 311 11 rod HIS HOUSE DOWN ho Worn Out Could Not Stand dokux as binding and not undeKtandiug the circumstances act with a directness that is irresistibly funny Mildred was dining with several gen Â¬ tlemen at Undo lames It was quite an honor Sho sat up straight and was on her best behavior Now nt the table Micro happened to be a gentleman fond of telling stories and at every story ho told the company laughed as polite Â¬ ness demanded Hut before he had talked long Mil drcd perceived to her astonishment that tho stories he told were all old ones Homo of them Uncle lames had told her himself somo of them she had heard many a time many of them she had read before Sho looked at her elders Indignantly How could they be moused at such worn out jokes At last sho could stand it no longer Tho gentleman told another story and everybody laughed heartily Looking the story teller straight in the face she exclaimed contemptuously Yes 1 rend that to uncle myself It was in the paper last week It took Mihlreil several years to rind out why they laughed harder than ever and why Uncle lames said afterward with a chuckle You took his house down that time Harpers Young People Pubs Tlio Cuimdlikiiri Children nro often confused by points of etiquette which older people regard English speaking progressive provinces and Americans that Is dissimilarities which are equally marked between the Inhabitants of different sections of any country Ther is not for instance tho striking contrast that exists be tween tho people of Massachusetts and Virginia Jt is worthy of remark also that thero is more in common between un average Canadian from tho east or west and an average American hailing from the sumo quarter than there Is between a Londoner and a genuine Yorkshlreman or Cornlsluuun as the former do speak the same tongue and tho latter do not A genuine York shire farmer in Loudon is to all intents and purposes a foreigner Walter Hlackburn Hurtn in New Knghmd Magazine Â¬ Thero is much nonsense written about the Canadian distinctive national type I am not now alluding to the French Canadians as different from the Amer Â¬ ican As a matter of fact only a perÂ¬ son gifted with microscopic powers of observation can discover any essential differences between Canadians in the Â¬ i hi mm Judge Prisoner the jury has found you guilty of manslaughter in the first degree and I sentence you to imprison pent for life Your crime was u Currying It Too Pur west what yer gom tor say an 1 taVJoet right here I dont mind bcin ttkjii Wrjall fr lift Va I draw tho line Win Wuh1 ft lMunwy Weekly kw lrVoBr ow ea here judge I Dr Talmage has returned from his western tour and preached last Sunday in tho Brooklyn tabernacle Ills Rcr not watch them for you know they are mon was on tho very common and fool- Â¬ honest but if an entire stranger come ish habit of borrowing trouble and his by the safe you keep your eye on him text was Matthew vl JM Sulllcient for you do not know his designs So unto the day is the evil thereof some men treat God not as a father The 11 fo of every man woman and but a stranger and act suspiciously child is as closely under the divine care toward Him as though they were as though such person were the only afraid He would steal something man woman or child There are no It Is high time you began to thank accidents As there Is a law of storms God for present blessing Thank Him in tho natural world so thero is a law forj our children happy buoyant and of trouble a law of disaster a law of bounding Jraiso Him for your home misfortune but tho majority of the witli its fountain of song and laughter troubles of life aro imaginary and Adore Him for morning light and eventho most of anticipated ing shadow Praise Him for fresh those never come At any rate thero is no cool water bubbling from the rock cause of complaint against God See leaping in tho cascade soaring in the how much lie hath done to make thee mist falling in the shower dashing happy His sunshine tilling the earth against the rock and clapping its hands with glory making rainbow for the in the tempest Love Him for the grass storm and halo for tho mountain green that cushions the earth and the clouds ness for tho moss sailrou for tho cloud that curtain the sky and tho foliage and crystal for the billow and proces Â¬ that waves in the forest Thank Him sion of bannered ihmio through tho for a Bible to read and a cross to gaze opening gates of tho morning chaf Â¬ upon and a Saviour to read finches to sing rivers to glitter seas to Many Christians think it a bad sign chant and springs to blossom and over- Â¬ to be jubilant and their work of powering all other splendor with its is a hewing down of triumph covering up all other beauty brighter experiences Like a boy their with with its garlands and ouMlashing all a new jack knife hacking everything other thrones with its dominion de he comes across so their liverance for a lost world through tho is a religious cutting to pieces of Great Redeemer I discourse of the sin the greenest things they can lay their of borrowing trouble hnnds on They imagine the3 are doing 1 Such a habit of mind and heart is Gods service when they aro going wrong because it puts one into a de Â¬ about borrowing trouble and borrow- Â¬ Lot pleasure chant her siren sons spondency that ill fits him for duty ing it at oO per cent which is always a Tis not tlie soiijj for mo To weeping It will turn ore long I planted two rose bushes in my gar sure precursor of bankruptcy For this is Heavens decree den the one thrived beautifully the Again The habit of borrowing I found the dead one other perished lint theres n ong ihe ransomed blnjr is wrong because the present To Jesus their exalted King AND oif the shady sido of the house Our trouble is sutliciently taxed with trial God With Joyful heart and tongue dispositions like our plants need sun- sees Oh thats tho song for me I all need a certain that Expectancy of repulse is the of trouble weso He apportions amount shine Courage brother The father does it for all cause of many secular and religious the dsijs and years of our life Alas not give his son tit school enough money failures Fear of bankruptcy has up for Nos 134 138 RACE STREET years of it all for torn many a fine business and sent the ono the policy yeargatheringthing up put to last him severalboard but as the Cruel day or bills for tuition and and clothing to CINCINNATI 0 man dodging among the uotc shavers upon So of pays camel all the Fear of slander and abuse has often in- cargo the back for one entire caravan and books come in grace them onceGod will not give you intended all at for the vited all the long beaked vultures of I never look at my memorandum book the future but will meet all your exi THE KRUSE 8 BAHLMAN scorn and back biting Many of the to sec what engagements and duties gencies as they come Through earn misfortunes of life like hyenas flee if aro far ahead Let every week bear its est prayer trust Him Put every thing you courageously meet them own burdens in Gods hand and leave it there How poorly prepared for religious The shadows of to day are thick Large interest money to pay will soon duty Is a man who sits down under tho enough why itnploro the presence of eat up a farm a store an estate and I flic gloom of expected misfortune other shadows Tho cup is already the interest on borrowed troubles will hMJOHPAmY- pray he Miys I do not think I shall distasteful why halloo to disasters far swamp any body Sullicient unto the bo answered I If he give he says distant to come and wring out more day is the evil thereof 11 15 and 17 West Pearl Street expect they will steal tho money gall into the bitterness Are we such Helen Chalmers told me that her father champions that having won the belt in PHYSICAL BEAUTY CINCINNATI 0 Thomas Chalmers in the darkest hour former encounters we can go forth to of tho history of the Free Church of An Incident Wlilrli 1rovrn that Women Scotland and when tho woes of the challenge all the future Ailinlro It Here are business men just able to land seemed to weigh upon his heart aSuThe wholesale trade ofaEastern It is conceded that men admire fine tucky is respectfully solicitedJjQfjSTl Ken manage affairs as they are now They said totho children Come let tts go physical development in women but it out and play ball or fly kite ami the can pay their rent and meet the notes is sometimes questioned whether womonly diilleulty in tho play was that the and manage affairs as they now are en TIIE admire fine physical development in children could not keep up with their but what if there should come a panic men In the classic days of Grcec Go to morrow and write on your dayfather Tho MCheynes and the Sum physical tnerlields of tho church who did the book- on your ledger on your money physical beauty ranked above arts u culture formed no small part safe Sullicient unto the day is the most good cultivated sunlight Away evil thereof Do not worry about of tiio education of the nation To day with the horrors they distil poison we put on a they dig graves and if they could notes that arc far from due Do not of physical mock modesty and speak beauty under our breath pile upon your counting desk tho finan 5G0MPANY9 climb so high they would drown the ve cial anxieties of the next twenty years In view of this a recent unusual inc1 Â¬ joicings of Heaven with sobs and wailing You will hao nothing but mis The God who has taken care of your dent should not pass unnoticed Notions fortune in the future if you scduously worldly cctipntion guardingyour store of Muldoon the athlete intook the pai Wiiolesale Dry Goods Charles the the open air watch for it How shall a man catch from the torch of the incendiary and performance wrestler of As You Like It the right kind of fish if he arranges the key of the burglar will be as faithful Ho had 101 103 and 103 W Fourth Street been standing wrapped in 1S01 as in 1SS1 Sods hand is might- Â¬ his line and hook and bait to catch in a cloak scarcely noticed but lbards and water serpents Hunt for ier than the machinations of stock when he strode forward and South Side CINCINNATI 0 bats and hawks and bats and hawks gamblers or the plots of political dem asked who was his ehallengerhe threw agogues or the red right arm of revolu- Â¬ you will find limit for robin red breasts and you will find robin red Â¬ tion and the darkness will lly and tho oil the cloak and stood forth in sleeve breasts One night an eagle and an owl storm fall dead at His feet So there less tights that revealed his huge inus got into fierce battle the eagle aro persons in feeble health and they eular arms and giant legs heavily cord to unused tho night was are worried about tho future They si with muscles An involutary and no match for an owl which is mako out very well now but they are perhaps unconscious A ah of admira most at home in the darkness and the bothering themselves about future tion came from so many hundred fenii king of the air fell helpless but the pleurisies and rheumatisms and neu Â¬ nine lips that the exclamation filled morning rose and with it rose the ralgias and fevers Their eyesight is tho air As though started by this eagle and the owls and tho night feeble and they are worried lest they unanimous and spontaneous approval hawks and tho bats came a second entirely lose it Their hearing is in- of physical perfection the women sud time to the combat Now the eagle in distinct and they aro alarmed lest they denly became possessed of tho con the sunlight with a stroke of his talons become entirely deaf They felt chilly sciousness of the sense of impropriety and a great cry cleared tho air and his to day and are expecting an attack of on their part and became silent Then enemies with torn feathers and splash- typhoid They have been troubled for after a moment they npplauded with Nos 74 and 70 Main Street ed with blood tumbled into tho thick- Â¬ weeks with somo perplexing malady their hands This incident is sullicient CINCINNATI 0 ets Ye aro tho children of light In and dread becoming life long invalids evidence that tho of love physical beau tho night of despondency you will have Take care of your health now and ty in either ex is not educated and conventionalized out of us Illustrated no chance against your enemies that trust God for the future US MEYER Bo not guilty of the blasphemy of American Hock up from beneath but trusting in WITH God and standing in tho sunshine of tho asking Him to take care of you while Itohhlng Peter to Iay 1iiul you sleep with your windows tight promises you shall renew your youth Tn lfiio an appropriation wns made down or eat chicken salad at 11 oclock like the eagle from St Peters cathedral now West- Â¬ Again Tho habit of borrowing at night or bit down on a cake of ice i and St ojonnnus ixo- tumble Is wrong becauso It has a ten Â¬ to cool oil Bo prudent and then bo i minster abbeydeficiency Pauls cathedra in the accounts Somo of tho sickest people to make up a to make us overlook present confident dency Pauls Agricultural Implements blessing To slako mans thirst tho have been tho most useful It was so of St OppositionThis action met with Hardware much tho nonnlo tnxrlw rock is cleft and cool waters leap into with Payson who died deaths daily OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS Why rob St Peter to pay St Paul Ills brimming cup To feed his hunger and Robert Hall who used to stop in JiAiiTA 1IUWS I OSTKK STOVE CO The proverb was afterwards revived COOKS MILLS EVAPORATORS tho fields bow down with bending the midst of his sermon and lie down wheat and cattle emtio down with full on the pulpit sofa to rest and then go ojiuii urn ueaiu oi mumm Pitt Karl CHAMPION REAPERS MOWERS STODDARD AND ACME HA nnnWq udders from the clover pastures to give on again Theodore Frclinghuysen had Chatham in 1778 Each of tho metro- Â¬ DOORS AND SASH A spmptattv politan cemeteries lold claim to the htm milk and tho orchards yellow and a great horror of dying till tho tlmo honor of his burial Tho city of Lon- Nos 110 112 Second Street ripen casting their juicy fruits into came and then went pencefull Tako Oly IR0NTON OHIO his lap Alas thot amid such exuber care of tho present and let tho future don argued that so great a statesman as William Pitt should bo buried in St anco of blessing man should growl look out for itself Sullleleut unto tho Pauls white parliament took the ns though ho was a boldlor on half ra- Â¬ day is tho evil thereof 1ST DO YOU WANT TO SAVE Again Tho habit of borrowing mis- Â¬ ground that tho dust of so great a man FROM 25 to 50 CENTS ON EVERY on short allowance tions or a sailor como near that a man should stand ncck dccp in fortune is wrong becauso it unfits us ns ho should that not to tho dust of DOLLAR YOU SPEND Ir so writji kings and to bury him in for our harvests looking forward to famine for it when it actually does come Wo Westminster abbey would again be CONTAINING Illustrated Catalogue that ono should fool tho strong pulses can not always havo smooth sailing ILLUSTRATIONS AND PRICES robbing Peter to pay Paul Detroit OP KVERYTHINO MANUFACTURED IN of health marching with regular tread Lifes path will sometimes tumblo through all tho avenues of life and yet among declivities and mount a steep Free Press the United States at manufactur- Â¬ 10000 tremble at mo oxpectea assault oi sicic uid be thorn pierced Judas will kis As love is the most delightful pas- ers PRICES noss t iat a man should sit in his pleas- Â¬ our cheek nnd then sell us for thirty sion pity is catalogue all lines representedillustrations nothing clso but ant home fearful that ruthless want pieces of silver Human scorn will try ened by a degree of sorrow lovo soft-Â¬ mailed free on application In short will somo day rattlo the broken windo- to crucify us between two thieves it is a kind of pleasing Address anguish as well CHICAGO GENERAL w-sash with tempest and sweep tho We will hear the iron gato as generous sympathy SUPPLY CO that knits No 173 XVKst Van Buren St sopulchor creak coals from tho hearth and poor hunger of tho and kind together and blends them in man a com CHICAGO ILL into tho bread tray that a man fed by grind as it shuts in our kindred mon lot Addison Him who owns all the harvests But wo can not get ready for thesa Bhould expect to starve that ono things bv forebodings Thoso who -nayent you noticed how much whom God loves and surrounds light imaginary woes will come out of it is to bo pleasant to people of STATIONARY 8 and bnedlctlon with attends breath into conflict with the armed Ladle1 th0M Wll are no office and hovers disasters of the future Their amom- - j acSCDCe thaQ with angelic escort Note Paper only 10c a qulr Call o a rfhcu jrou need itatlonerj ove with more than motherly loudness should bo looking for an heritage of tears Has God been hard with thee that thou shouldst bo foreboding Has He stinted thy board Has Ho covered thee with rngs Has He spread traps for thy feet and galled thy cup and rasped thy soul and wrecked thee with storm and thundered upon thee with a life full of calamity If your father or brother como into your bank where gold and silver are lying about you do Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ nition will have been wasted long be J0MB3 nOXJSE como under tho gnns of rca foro they CAMPTON KY Boys iu attempting to misfortune jump a wall sometimes go so far bacli S S COMBS Profrihtor in order to get impetus that when thej exhausted and thess The patronage of the traveling publlo U conic up they are long races in order to get spring respectfully solicited Table the best anl enough to vault trouble bring us up at rery attention for the comfort of gueiti last to tho dreadful reality with our RED KELLAM strength gone WITH finally tho habit of borrowing trouble is wrong because it is unbelief M S TIMMONDS God has promised to tako care of us Tho Bible blooms with assurances Your hunger will be fed your sickness will be alleviated your sorrows will be PORTSMOUTH npl8ly 0 God will sandal your feet and healed SST SALARY S25 PER WEEK smooth your path and along by frowning crag and opening grave sound the Wanted Good Agists to sell our The General line of merchandise No voices of victory and good cheer Above salary will bh summer clouds that seem thunder peddlino For fur Â¬ charged really carry in their bosoms paid to live agents harvests of wheat nnd shocks of corn ther INFORMATION ADDRESS and vineyards purpling for the wine- CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO 178 XV Van Huron St Chicago III press The wrathful wave will kiss the feet of the great storm walker comENRY MATLOCK will Our great Joshua WITH mand and above your soul the sun of prosperity will stand still Bleak and wave struck Patmos shall MCMILLAN HAZEN CO havo apocalyptic vision and you shall hear the cry of the elders and the WHOLESALE sweep of wings and trumpets of salva- Â¬ tion and the voice of Hallelujah unto God forever Your way may wind along BOOTS AND dangerous bridle paths and amid wolfs howl and the scream of the vulture but KNOXVILLE TENN tho way still winds upward till angels guard it and trees of life overarch it and thrones lino it and crystalline 3TThc above goods nrc handled by J T fountains leap on it and the pathway CO Huzel Giccu Ky DAY ends at gates that are pearl and streets al that are gold and temples that aro ways open and hills that quake with perpetual song and a city mingling for every Sabbath and jubilee and tri umph and coronation Wholesale Grocers Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ H SHOES MARKS BROS MARKS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HARDWARE Â¬ GEO W MALPIN - j Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ GROSSMAN CO SCHLEUTKER Â¬ Â¬ Saddlery and Harness to Â¬ G WMKBRRG0 -- I Â¬ miUiilKinii EAEMERff ALLIANCE ALLIANCE NOTES A farmer or worklngman opposing the pcoplos party is nbout as absurd as a negro opposing the ilftconth amend ment Senator George has boon badly beaten at the county primaries In Mis Â¬ sissippi Harlcslle tho alliance candl chite even carrying1 Georges home Â¬ N A DUNNING Illographlcnt Sketch or tho Associate Krt Itor or tho National Kconoudit III Vlotv on Vital Question v Bbk NfflaR NaflMA - hots o people gettin on but the peoples party band wagon is a big one Its reach goes around the world and puts tho hind wheels along side the fores Great West Kxcopting its use as money gold is put to fewer uses than any metal we have Its so called intrinsic value is purely imaginary and dwindles into utter insignificance- beside iron Kx changc The peoples party will sweep every thing before it this fall because 1st the poope are aroused 2cl they are right d God is with them and 1th bucause one with God is a majority Exchange county SI - 3ZM 1 XLJM fM I The peoples party has got- there Maryland Senator Gorman has within drawn his eandidn to for governor And the biittlc vi nmv between the alliance which is grand old and the g o p liars Great West party S Daws state secretary of the TeMis alliance writes that he sent out since tho Fort Worth meeting thirty letter call an charters in one da meeting in every statu Economist if this is the effect as Doctrines and principles preached by agitators are laughed at by capitalists there is but one thing to make them tremble the thought that one day the workmen of tho world will be united Labor Advocate Hon Jjjiount Tillman secretary of the executive board has completed arrangements by which Indianapolis Ind has been agreed upon as the place of meeting of the next supreme council Full details will bo made public next week Economist The man who will soil his vote or in any way be influenced by money to betray his fellowmen in these trying no better than Judas Iscariot times Watch and deserves no bettor fate the boodle men and make of them out- Â¬ casts on thu face of the earth Â¬ ers of America thoso who eat tho farm And is ho not awnro that era wheat A Broad Hint Comprehensive llnn 1or the thoy must eat or die Or docs ho sup Â¬ Keller or tho Producers Weak ami 1ul pose that tho American consumers will laolous Arguments Advanced lly IN starve for twelve months In order to OppotmnM In Col 8 F Norton is out in his paper buy when they can buy cheapest exhibition of parsimonious j this mighty the Chicago Sentinel in quite a lengthy article in opposition to the sub treasury abstlnonco Dr Tanners record would plan from which article it Is tho pur- Â¬ be nowhere Tho whole argument is a string of pose of the writer to quote quite freelv llltnsy fallacies Under tho benign op Â¬ In order to show tho weakness and fal lacy of the arguments advanced therein eration of the sub troasnry plan tho their and the case with which these argu farmers being in a position to hold game wheat can afford to play awatlng meats may bo utterly demolished It may however bo just to Mr Norton and leave their wheat In tho nations to state that his arguments are based care subject to tho Inexorable demand With eighty upon an entire misconception of what of legitimate cosumptlon per cent of tho value of their products the sub treasury plan really is Mr Norton takes as his text tho following In their hands costing thorn a nominal editorial from President Polks paper rate of Interest they would themselves The Progressive Farmer of Kalcigli receive the legitimate price for products based upon demand for consumption N C Wo havo noticed with great pain that tho and paid by consumers instead of as discussion of the sub treasury hill now ho now seeing tho most of that price go to fdro congress la being nindo tho occasion enrich a lot of speculating parasites i tul iiittitiK of division unions nlllaurcmon The buyer who has been watching Tho warmest friends of tho ponding hill do will get all fired hun Â¬ not hesitate to admit that It la not u perfect his opportunity gets a chance to embrace hill and wo know of no ono In tho alllunco gry before he who will contend for this spocllle bill for an opportunity that is very attractive ono moment If a huttur hill oan hu hroiiht Mr Norton then says forward The end sought In tho Another objection Is tint It Involves tho money And to secure that bill Is more SUB TREASURY PLAN Hub-treasur- y Dunning was born in Scio Washtenaw county Mich October 1U N A IS 14 1 1 cation also attended Albion college fri several terms He was brought up on a farm Taught school winters and worked on the farm summers until UO years of age Went into tho mercan- Â¬ tile business at that time as clerk At the ago of iiJ was married to Miss Jen Â¬ Received a common school edu Â¬ end every alllaneoman N pledged and for Its seeuroinent every alllaucoiuun no matter what his opinion of tho present bill may be will fight and strive Mr Norton then proceeds as follows The above from tho llalolgh N 0 Iro Krosslvo Fanner Col U Ij Polks paper h worth more than passing notice If It moans exactly what It says and will stand by It fortunes in to say that those advocates of the sub and amass Then there are the same old risk treasury plan who say that tho end of dishonest oillelals etc sought in such plan is simply more chestnuts of which are worth noticing etc none moncjVdo not themselves comprehend Incidentally Mr Norton however the true scope and aims of the plan springs an issue upon which may be They have no conception of the height based the strongest argument that may and depth the power or vast possibili be made for the sub treasury plan Ho ties of the sub treasury plan The end speaks of the hazard of tho lluctua sought is not simply more money Under tho work- Â¬ of the market Tho plan aims at nothing short of the tions of the sub treasury plan there ings rescue of the Amorican farmer from would bo no fluctuations of the market DUTY A PLAIN tho clutches of speculating gamblers With money to tide them over their bulls and bears and tho restoration to pressing needs and secure in tho pos Â¬ It Is to Support tho KoToi m lross Your him of his prerogative of himself allix session of the warehouse receipt for tho IVIends Not Your Kuomlcs ing a price upon tho product of his la- Â¬ equity in their products the farmers In this Issue of tho Tribune wo ex Â¬ bors It also contemplates tho issu organized as thov now are nationally plode another batch of subsldled press ance by the government of a sufficient and bv states and counties could divide lies about alliance and peoples party Jill DUNNINOH V1KWS George V Ward Ksci Kansas Olty Mo volume of legal tender money to do the quantity of their products men and measures and wo again ad- Â¬ Dear Sir Von ask me for a brief business of tho country upon a cash tho sum total or weekly quotas and monish the friends of tho great causo my views on tho political of into monthly It has been arranged that National statomont of believe in tho ultimate tri- basis and the keeping such volume tho affixing a uniform or cquitablo price for of industrial emancipation of their I money at all times at the service of 11 Turner will organize situation Secretary sell direct to actual consumers duty to aid the struggling roform pross umph of truth and consequently look people at a low rate of interest thus the yearprice one twelfth of their total and to refuse further sustouanco to Hartho Delaware State Alliance at at such oppresent evolution going on its power No indeed the enemy month rington September 8 Washington and upon the people as sure indications of robbing money of unrestricted to power products each no iluctuatlons in uio press which is its The plutocracy has fully realized tho Wyoming1 will probably be organized among the would bu Thero Agitate to draw interest a rapid change in conditions Importance of the press In molding Fluctuations are made by asStale Alliances beforo tho conven- and educate has been the motto of all market Some there are Col W A Harris of speculators and gamblers and the sub public opinion und it has only been tion of tho grand council in November true reformers since reforms began Leavenworth county is quoted as ono treasury plan would release the farmer through their liberal support of such National Economist We have passed through the prepara- Â¬ of their number who say that the sub papers as would support tholr theories Wall street says we dont want free tory stage of agitation and havo now treasury plan is a scheme to tax the from the thralldom of their sway and pretensions that they havo so long says Mr coinage of silver Mr Harrison says arrived sit the progressive period of ed- many for the benefit of a few Those TheseNorton thentho objections so far ns controlled the financial and Industrial aro some of the same Mr Cleveland says me ucation Tho surprise which is now who advance this absurd argument are between tho in tholr own in- Â¬ this tho transactions too The republican party wants Mr manifested at the progress of education in bondage to superstition and blinded government and nro concernedAnother and policy of Tho nation press has boon tho loader reform terests The among tho people will bo turned into president for Harrison sophistry of tho money power still greater objetlon la tho sudden and ua continue to bo tho chief In Â¬ democratic party wants Mr Mr Cleve- Â¬ absolute astonishment in the near fu by theforgot that tho people through controlable dilution or tho currency which and must In educating tho pooplo to a harvesting of crops An land The laboring men will light over ture at their more rapid advance- Â¬ They congress possess tho solo preroga Â¬ would follow the of monoy would suddenly strument their full conception of tholr rights and tho enormous amount is satisfied the two but Wall street ment The agitation of the past tive of coining stamping and issuing bo put Into circulation only to bo followed Imperative necessity for a united and tho with cither one National Ileform fifteen years has laid the founda- Â¬ v money and regulating tho value there by Justus sudden a contraction whenloan determined eilort at the polls to regain Its temporary After the election in Kansas last tion deep and strong upon which is of and that no money was ever yet government teiillzos onpay their debts to the them o when tho fall the Louisville Courier Journal to be yet erected one of tho grandest taken from the people by taxation that government larmers In this great work they labor at a printed the headline A Democratic structures of economic educational re was not first issued to them by the gov- Â¬ At tho lowest possible estimate ono thou tremendous disadvantage having no Now the Courier Journal is form that the worm lias ever Known Victory sand million dollara would have to bo put ernment fat to fry from protected mami- out by tho government Hay during tho quite certain that the peoples party is x0iicvinjr these conditions to exist and is by the way bankers bloated This however 11 months or August September and October facturors national a ropuoucan muciuuu unymuuiu w having faith in humanity to the extent Mr Norton then concedes tho consti- Â¬ This could remain out Hay Tor six months bondholders wealthy corporations or It makes of believing that when educated upsn tutionality and righteousness of the at tho end of which tlmo It must bo returned Mroy the democratic party holders of fat offices and being largoly all the difference in the world you sco right principles a majority will act in plan in tlic following language to the government It must bo returned boycotted by city advertisers Yet of Kobrunry Match during tho where the peoples party is getting in harmony with their teaching I cannot That tho government has u right to loan say April An months not mailer whether they must of course while reduced al Â¬ It does its work Nonconformist reject the conviction that tho reign of money on the sub treasury plan thero can and government sells It or tho people sell It most ontlrely to receipts from sub Â¬ 1or OrganWvd society says to the poor plutocracy and tho oppression of the not bo tho HllghtuHt doubt moneytwonty olght tho money whlcn is louuou musi o paio scribers for tholr rovonuo moot tho sub-Â¬ tho to has been man work or die but feels under no people must soon cease There are to vears- It on tho subloaning plan national back If thero h not an expansion and scription prices of papers with whom tho truasnry bankcontraction that will make tho hair of any obligation to furnish work If he tries dav ono million men and women who receipts arobutabagatollo Continuing ho says level headed old greenbaekor Htand on end subscription work or die and can stand before an audience and giro to obey the mandate plan Is objectionable then we cant Imagine what would Talk as compared with tho receipts from Tho Mib troasury goes about the country looking for a positive and conclusive evidence of the eh oily for Its Impracticability It Is not about the evls caused by the power of tho other sources Tho duty of tho great job he is called a tramp arrested righteousness and justice of tho cans sanctioned by ono single sound business banks to Inllato ami contract tho cur- plain pooplo In whoso behalf tho re- Â¬ compare them from tho standpoint of and treated as a criminal If ho does for which they are laboring These principle tho standpoint ot tho tho loauor rency and then sub treasury planwith that form press Is waging such a herolo and treated million workers are reading think- or from cood sound public policy borrower produced by tho not go he is called a loafer odds Is clear hucIi Nor Is It Hero Mr JJorton loaves the consid- Â¬ light against as a criminal without visible moans ing talking and discussing the rights In th i llrst place it li a maku shlft loan It eration of tho plan and proceeds to the and Imperative support should bo at muthod of shinning over a Pittsburgh lvansan of support and wrongs of the people continually Is simply of a specific bill I am glad onco and completely withdrawn from aid It Our farmers should not fail to read The are fearless hopeful honest and prosont pinch tho gives temporary much discussion dis- all papers which clrculato such obvlouft borrower In u It persistent in their efforts and are mold- Â¬ only to leavo when his temporary loan that the people aro called upon to sub and malicious falsehoods against illl the Nebraska warehouse bill worso condition cuss not any specific bill but tho is a step in the direction of our ing public opinion much more rapidly expires ancomen and measures as thoso here- Â¬ treasury plan This difierenco than most observers suspect tho Let us suppose for Instance that thn farmsub treasury plan with refuted and which refuse to re- Â¬ I am free to confess that I do notcon nionoy on being in tho Nebraska scheme the cause of roform Is made a family mat ers or tho northwest borrow all borrow uhlor that tho Vaneu and Plckler bills spectfully discuss or give spaco for dis- Â¬ crop Thoy will fanners pay from eight to ton percent imv it is tfilked of in the field and at thulr wheat samo time and for tho same aro wise or practicable In sonio of their cussion of alllanco measures With at about tho which goes into tho pockets of tho the fireside It is in their songs their titan Their temporary Indebtedness to tho turners of restricted circulation It Is I boliovu and money changer the sub treasury plan prayers and their Sabbath devotions government will fall duo at about tho sumo provisions aro indetails nor do the Ocala practicable and highly effective to re accord with that they reducer the interest tojtwo percent A similar condition has not existed tioio fuse trado to any merchant who adver Â¬ going to bo disposed demands or tho Cincinnati platform When Is this wheat government among any people since tho crusades of which goes to the general Most assuredly tho buynr for In tho end plank of which reads tises In such papers Kvcry man who and httnrtp rmmihis in the hands of tho old It can no more be checked than of must bo sold which means that thoro must tho financial sees tho light should also consider It thus people Farmers it will pay you to can tho onward march of civilization boa Imyor In not going to buy till ho can Is a himself a special agent to extend tho A Tho right to muko and Ihhuo money bo Why will post up on these matters Sherman of which it has become a prime factor buy cheapest When that that temporary sovorlgn power to bo maintained bythepco circulation of good roform papers givtho that tlmo common County Farmer It is as sui to win the victory as day Just about due and all fall duo about tho nlofor tho abolition beiiellt henco wo de ing first proferonco to local paper full as twins have by tho to follow night and this too much innn tlmo The uovornmont oan soil and mand tho Issue and ot national banks na- where such aro worthy If tho pqoplo Tho plutocratic as a substitute for Â¬ suspect Hiimu Hell olso must Itself bupomo tho pur banks of advice and eousent of Wall street cen- sooner than the wisest even will tional hank notes demand that legal tender can bo Induced to read and think tho wheat at In viow of this I think tho presentÂ¬ chaser tho security llguro tho what It will treasury notes ho Isiued In Hulllelent volume success of our causo will bo asaurcti tered their fire on the first plank of the buyer will at country on alliance platform tho sub treasury situation to be all the most earnest re- brln Tho whatever been watching his op to transact the bindncHs of the special advan a Iowa Tribune buyer has cash basis without damage or misrepresentation and former could expect and one that Iiy and by ridicule poiMinlty Ills opportunity Is when tho gov Commit This to Memory any chiHH or uniting snob notes to be down right lying in fact every known should make every honest worker Â¬ uriiihint must toll Tho government bus ad tage to legal tender In payment of all debts public Tho following is an extract from tin are thank God take fresh courage and re- vancoi eighty per coat of tho valuo of tho and private and such notes when demanded stylo of tactics except argument loading editorial of tho Chicago Trlbuna wheat by tho people shall be loaned to them at not seeking to prejudice the people ugahist double his efforts If It now ells at Just enough to get out niiiri than two iter cent per annum upon July UlJth 1811 Wall Fraternally your it This proves two things 1stis right whole tho armer has lost for ho has Hold non perishable products as Indicate I In the Tho two old parties will pursue struet don t want it therefore it his wheat at iwenty percent discount Ills sub treasury plan and also upon real estate their own courso and tho Farmer Alii lid what is detrimental to the interest temporary louu has cost him twenty per with proper limitation upon quantity of laud nnco will pursue its path until enough oeni The buyer nlno times In ten a speculto the inter Â¬ of Wall street is beneficial and amount of money of its members recover from their mid tho man uho mrkos tho money Just ator-Is Tho above plank certainly contem Â¬ summer madnoss when tho organ ln therefore they do est of the people as now And the chances are a thoHuno of want it Stand by tho sub treasury hundred to ono thai Hthor the government plates tho Issuance of a volluno do tlon will qrumblo to pieces as the old The money notes sufilclontly largo to iVo transaction Weekly Union or tho fanner losoa In know nothing party government wdl either idvanco too much tho buslnosH of tho country upon a cash oath bound secretappear that thoro wo Nothing exacts from a nation such It should Tho alliance sub troasnry plan and will have to Hell at a sivrillcoorlt Isioo basis such notes not a supplemental did If a fearful and imperative retribution as I enough and real danger of the pooplos party hold largely owes its popularity to the vin Â¬ cautions and doos not advuvco Issue but tho notos constituting such Ing together long enough to do great a practical ana continued imuuuiuntu boon con- tho farmer loses hulllclont volume to bo loaned to tho mischief tho democrats would unite to Injustice Whether it bo in tho field dictive opposition whichIt has both old Mr Norton hero betrays his llosh by or in tho stantly wnfred against principles which utter ignorance of tho olomontary people upon real estate and or workshop in tho north with tho republicans from whom thoy products Hence I conclude that differ chiofiy on tho tariff and oflicos south in tho churches or in tho schools parties The horrible and tho direful prinepiles underlying tho Hub treasupy in tho haunts of ploasuro or tho marts it was said to contain follow its op- Â¬ plan What pjt it into his head that tho provisions of tho Hiib troasury bill and tho two would fight against a com- Â¬ to of commerce evorywhero and at all results which wero to view in t j most this wheat must bo sold by tho govern- Â¬ which provides that such notes when mon onomy Whon that job was ended up times it evokes a spirit and cultivates tion were held In fact it was so ex- Â¬ ment lly whit process of roasonlng paid back to the government shall be tho two parties would separata and re- Â¬ Is not In cancelled and destroyed a habit that sooner or later will creep odious manner on the tariff a of ho arrive at the conclusion that tensively advertised that everybody does crop of wheat must be all sold at accord with tho Ocala demands Now sume their dispute into all habitations firing with thoughts Mio old with the natural Norton advocatox government of revenge all hearts that feel it until was anxious to see it should favor tho he same tlmo and that time ut tho ond Mr The financial plank of the Mary- Â¬ farmers at last the foundations give way tho result that the speculators and non of twelve months when the loans fall loans upon land and ve will mippooe to h strad Â¬ that the same sub treaiiurlc or Uni- Â¬ land democratic convention WaUwwoa temple falls and all are burled in one plan whllo the upon it as the worse Alio Mr upon real dle that should maka producers look He just and fear not common ruin Does ho not know that his Italicized ted States banks that loan h thing that could happen n them etiUite also loan upon United btaU greu vlth Hvy heed are words wo would do well to factor the buyers will bo the conauin liancc Tribune Pacific Union Alliance Â¬ Â¬ iNonconformist nie E Coatsworth of Mason Mich and began business in that town as partner of John Coatsworth his father-in-laContinued as an active business After man for over twenty years closing out business moved to Detroit Mich for a short time and from there removed to Washington D C Has been connected with the Na Â¬ tional Economist for nearly two years He wrote the Philosophy of Price in 1887 The History of the United States Dollar in 1SU0 and has just completed a History of the Farmers Alliance and Has no family Agricultural Digest having buried an only but his wile child a daughter of twelve years of age eight years ago He never contested for any oilice except that of supervisor which he held for several terms w thoro can be no difference botwoon tho SenThe question of the employment of tinel and advocates of tho sub treasury bill a vast army of agents Is frivolous Is It tho end sought by the sub treasury bill then of course If Tho same army of atronts is now em simply moru money bettor method of accomplishing Iho ployed and tho farmer foots tho bill iinv purpose can be shown tho ndvocatcs of tho So far as taking care ot property is con Â¬ bill will noc persist In Its support now take care of it Right here it may not bo nut of place cerned speculators spito of the Â¬ omployment of a vast army of agents to at tend to the details the risk of taking euro of thopioporty and tho risk Is great tho hazard of tho iluctuatlons or the market tho risk of losses through dishonest and In competent oillelals whoso name Is legion the perishable nature of all farm products In splto of tho contention of thoso advocates who assert that It Is only upon Imperlsh iblo products Â¬ Â¬ or bonded warououso ccrtlfloalcti non porishablo products rocelpts for dust as thoro will bo rcnl catate loans continually being paid back to tho government bo hIho will thero bo loans repaid that wore mado upon non perishable products such ro paymonts being made with precise regularity ndt In one or two months but day by day week by week and month by month aa Iho regular quota of products is with Â¬ drawn from tho warehousca for con- Â¬ sumption and vnrylng very llttlo in amount ono week from another More- Â¬ over as wheat corn and cotton nro ready for otorago In different quarters of tho year whuat July August and September corn Ootolior JNovemuer and December cotton about tho samo time as corn but whoro thoy ralso cot- Â¬ ton thoy ralso but llttlo corn and vlc versa there would bo a constant out Â¬ going and Incoming a steady borrowing and repaying of money continually go ing on lly tho wny is thero not an iminenso amount of money borrowed now from private bankers upon wheat Why is it that tho corn and cotton opponents of tho sub treasury plan never say anything about tho Infla Â¬ tion caused by the withdrawal of tho vast sums of money from tho bank vaults necessary to buy tho farmers crops or make him advances loans upon such crops That monoy is just as surely and securely hidden from circulation in tho bank vaults of tho country as would bo tho monoy in tho government vaults under tho sub treasury plan And under tho present system tho Inflation is 101 per cent instead of SO per cent of tho valuo of tho crops or non perishable products Why bhould money amounting to 80 por cent of tho crop advanced by govern- Â¬ ment at two per cent eauso a sudden and uncontrollabo inilation of tho cur by tho If money advanced rency bankers at from b to 18 per cent amounting to 100 per ctMit of thu value of the crops causes no Inilation at all What fools we mortals be Finally does Mr Norton bellevo that the plutocrats would be more likely to acquiesce in the government plan J iconic C Waiid Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I w 1 I Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ X Â¬ flaUk MlslsLCy f Â¬ lo u - r i r scarcer than ever tho sup toilet lauudry and BPENOER COOPER - - - Editor ply being used for culinary purposes only so that the thirsty visitor is compelled to resort to other beverages to quench his thirst When in Rome do as tho Romans do K7C mfifjmMKS livEffXv is a good rulo to apply when in Lexing ton but nevertheless tho rural rooster who visits that place and finds no water to lave his fevered brow or quench a burning thirst feels that ho is a fish out or water Weve been there and know HAZEL GREEN KY is - Sept- - 18 1891 that some such project as Mr Polks absolutely essential to tho progress of the dear old town and we therefore wish L T Wood Iiiih Hevcrcd IiIh connection him all success with his scheme with tho Alt Sterling Gazette having Holdout to John C and J II Wood The Kentucky Conference of the Meth Â¬ If thin S tn to is to bo thoroughly net in odist Episcopal South which was In ses pennyrilo Gov Drown aliould liavc a sion at Harrodsburg last week made the sago grass man to scatter the need in following appointments for this district C F Ouoy Presiding Elder thin end of tho State Jackson E A McClure J J Dickey Tho venerable Dr 0 Chlnn so well Campton F A Savage known everywhere died at tho residcncH West Liberty J L West of IiIh grandson Dr C W Trapp in Irvine J P Strother Lexington on tho 8th iiif at tho ago of Deattyville J W Williams 01 years Morehead J W Hunter Attorney General Ilcndrick is a hus- Hazard Supplied by J D Shocklcy tler in his new olllco Tho first day was I Iindman Supplied by W W McClure a busy ono for him Ho submitted Frenchburg Jas E Wright twelvo briefs mado seven or eight mo- Clay City Supplied by J T Dreesc tions and delivered one important opin Cartersville G G Ragau Middlesborough E G D Mann ion m Tho Constitutional Convention is again Piueville J M Johnson wasting tho peoples money by pro- Â¬ London F K Struve longing its stay in Frankfort and Meadow Creek E J Terrell fours aro entertained lest it will not ad Manchester W D Ragan journ in time for tho Legislature to McKee V D Daughertee Whitesburg To be supplied meet Hyden 0 F Chandler Capt Jas D Martin Assistant Clerk Harlan T E York of the convention who was also a candi date for Clerk of tho Court of Appeal MORGAN COUNTY against Addams is making the raco for Kiel Kvolutlons Clerk of tho Circuit Court of Darren n little man I know county which olllco he has never resignThey call him Lucky Dicky ed m He tins u little horsu The daily papers inform us that the They call him Plucky Tricky Con Con ors aro making some very im Dickey put him on our track portant changes in tho Constitution as And spun him round a while adopted at tho recent election Dy what And claims he bent the hoys righgt wo should like to ask cau they In trotting half a mile change an instrument onco ratified by Jle knows his time was beat tho people Before he left the track IB And how the boys nil yelled Tho monthly crop report of CommisBring Plucky Tricky back sioner Wilson is nil that could bo desired Tho vegitablo crop was never bet- Â¬ The way he got the ribbons The people ought to know ter tho potato yield it is said being He tied them on himself marvelous Corn and tobacco are show As he passed through Jericho ing heavy returns but little harm hav John D Henry has the best team of ing been dono either crop by rain or cattle in this part of the country ono drouth m pounds Tho grand jury of Scott county last yoko of which weighs 3152 lie will take this pair week returned an iudictmont for manTo the Hazel Green Fair slaughter against Milton II Kendall Sr Ive seen none so good for tho shooting of Durrell Jarvis and In this neck o wood two indictments for murder against Alil Hell capture tho prize ton H Kendall Sr Milton II Kendall For beauty and size Jr Gcorgo Boot and Popsy Kendall Win Lawson son of Jeremiah Law and for killing A J Montgomery son went from here to Elliott county took measles and Tho Frankfort Capital thau which about two weeks ago there is not moro outspoken journal in died there yesterday Dr F M Thomas has rented D G the State wisely puts its thus A num Combs interest in the Ezel Mill and is bor of our exchanges aro clamoring for mill man as he has special road laws for their respective making as good a counties Wo aro deeply pained gentle- been a physician Levi D Carpenters daughter Lou men to say to j ou that tho now Consti- Â¬ yesterday tution which you so earnestly favored was stricken with paralysis condition since prohibits special legislation If you wish and has been in a critical Dr A D Niekell and wifeandEH Pie a road law you must frame ono that will and wife are visiting at West Lib fit tho whole State That Constitution ratt is loaded but when wo told you so last erty Stephen Samplo and wife aro visiting summer yon retyrted that wo were an and friends in Virginia enemy of tho peoplo and a friend of the relatives Leonard Prater and Miss Minnie Nick- Â¬ corporations ell are on the sick list liiuivr Tin Loxingtou Press of Saturday con- Sept 14 tains tho announcement of Mr 11 T IMajtowii MlrtnllcH Duncan its editor is a Democratic canwhat We have often heard the cry didate for Mayor of the city of Lexing has become of the city dads With the ton Wo havo known Mr Duncan for a same propriety we exclaim what has life timo and if devotion to tho Demo- become of onr country dads Will thoy cratic party during that timo counts for allow the country roads to remain in a anything can safely predict that ho will condition that they tire dangerous to ride bo tho nominee of tho party For twenty-- or drive The county road from Black one years ho has edited tho Press and water west of Ezel to the crossing of in all that timo ho was never known to same east of Ezel and still further on aulk grow sour or tqueal but has over is fearful If It was not the County beon in tho vanguard lighting for victo Judgo was a near relative wo would wish ry This too without reward and now ho had to drive a bucking muloover this tho boys in tho trenches should pay road ono time at least him a handsome testimonial by giving W W Mnnker sold to Aleck Patrick him tho nomination unanimously one house and lot in town for 750 cash in Octo Mr Polk one of tho editors of the Mr Patrick will movo to town November Lexington Transcript is busily engaged ber or Horn to the wife of R A Day Sun in a schomo to run a canal from some day a lino boy loint on tho Kentucky River by way of Wixuirss Sept 15 Lexington and thus change tho courso of that historic stream to a channel of A Novor FnlMnic llouieily Mkguiminm tho only permanent cure commerce is making That Lexington rapid strides in improvement no ono will for all forms of hcadacho and neuralgia deny neither can any ono acquainted relieves the pain in from 15 to 20 min with the oity but admit that water has utes For salo on positive guarantee at nlwJiyM hmn her greatest need A fow Tm IIkkam ollice or sent postpaid by wince it whs soughl to supply this mall on receipt of pricp 50 cents a box Uleteney by RrtlfiohU means and with a Neuralgic JLersons Art el of waterworks Many Andthow troubled with iiervoiumeM resulting Hazel Geeen Herald that city howover demonstrates that Is now Â¬ water 1 - illiwjw lvdfl CitizensNationnl Bank WINCHESTER KENTUCKY Hra Y Â¬ Friday jl PAID UP CAPITAL WIS -- m 17500000 WASH MILLER IHKSIDENT Â¬ S W WILLIS VICE PltESIDENT 1 A H HAMPTON CASHIER Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ T TriTTlllMr TirinJ Ml v J fVn 1 ll UBS I II n1 nrgMgTWTi Tflh n Iiih niimTWn MS5KM TTli ta ZJt SSt HTtftaSK PS3K3TS nj 1K W2M li v I BV V 1 J 1 I tf t w vnvwvvu I vill IT -J-li yjt tSSJSrCplSS rb7 fljgBESi gag ASST CASHIER Â¬ Sayy srr7 - ir ssawN kTw s 2 Has ample facilities for doing a general banking business So- Â¬ licits deposits makes collec Â¬ tions gives prompt and careful attention to all business entrust Â¬ ed tn it and extends to its customers the most iiberal accommonntionsconsistent witn correct banking business Â¬ a PUBLIC SALE I will on Thursday September M 1801 ut my residence in Hazel Green Ky oiler for sale to the highest bidder all of my 1 Â¬ WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING DRUGGISTS CATLETTSBURC KY Â¬ Â¬ personal property cmlmicinx household and The Largest Drug House in the Ohio Valley farming implements consisting respective Manufacturers of 228 REMEDIES that aro Sold by the Dozen of bedsteads bureaus wardrobes safes 16000 Square Feet of Floor Room 28 Hands Employed cupboards chairs plows gears wagons mowing machine rake and various minor jEr Sole proprietors of the famous Sole proprietors of the renownedr2vx things used in farming Also 20 head of N ERVE KING HINDOO KIDNEY CORDIAL consisting of 3 inilch cows one a cattle The only remedy that is sold on an abso For the permanent cure of Pains in the thoroughbred registered Jersey 1 thorlute guarantee to cure all Pains and 2 Back and all disorders of the Kidneysoughbred Jersey bull 1 yoke oxen 2 calves vand Urinary Organs Thousands of cerAches Cramps and Lolic IMarrhrua Dys 8 sheep 25 hogs 3 bee gums 3 farm horses entery etc Used internally and exter- tihcates of IIthose who havel used this 1 Hue saddle horse 2 work mules one 2 O aremeuy win tne scm on upimciiuoii Also the following anally The best Liniment in the world and one 4 years old PRICE 25 CENTS PRICE 100 thoroughbred stock One roan mure 3 year Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Hlue Bird by Itoscoe He by Blue BSTFou Sale by Dkuo Stores and Countky Stokes Everywhere- 1st dam Puss by Gaines Uob Boy 2nd dam premium saddle mure breeding unknown iter 1st dam Mary Cox a Virginia WM BRIGHT Secretary and Treasurer J M KELLY President mare whose dam was a Copper Bottom raised at Lexington Ky Itoscoe as a mare breeder and show horse has few equals he took 24 first prizes in 25 shows One of his sold for a greuter price than was ever obtained in the United States for a sad2500 In foal by Skylight a dle horse half brother to Blue Jeans Otis buy mare combined Hacy Itoscoe by Itoscoe dam a saddle mure by a saddle horse by old Golddust She is in foul by Forest Den murk he by Mambrino Forest 1st dam by Lathams Denmark a full brother of King William 2nd dam by Rhodes Hooton J no Woodford owns the horse and has refused V00 for him One roan filly yearling Minnie Agnes by Post Boy Jr he by Post Boy he by Magic he by American They are operating THE LARGEST FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP IN THE Clay half sister to Blue Jeans One bay STATE east of Louisville Peter Cooper by horse colt yearling Gold Bust he by Ssuutor Blackburn he by All kinds of BOILER AND ENGINE REPAIRING SKILLFULLY Dillard Dudley he by John Dillard dum J M KELLY President lowest LiviNO PRICES breeding unknown Sale will commence at 10 oclock A M Office 99 EAST MAIN STREET and will continue until completed Terms All sums under 5 cash a credit of twelve Kff Fuuudry on K U KAILRO months on sums over 5 purchaser giving 0 B SWANGO note and security John II Pikkvtt Auctioneer Jeans old V Â¬ WHENEVER YOU VISIT LEXINGTON CALL ON THE Â¬ Lexington Foundry Go Office 99 EAST MAIN STREET Shop K U RAILROAD near 7th St SBDONE at the ad - Lexington Ky IGHTNIN6 jrAQK03SP 3NSTITIITF S3 nilFRIATF ubkwuiniu i il A Of Ceitral University JACKSON KENTUCKY Â¬ INIMENT FDR MAN OR BEAST AFE UfEDFoRlrlp cY Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ petent and experienced teachers Primary and intermediate departments all common Aeeademie ami oollegiate de branches partments Higher English Natural and Mental Sciences Latin Greek German AlFull Nnr gebra Geometry Surveying e nuil Course arranged especially for the thorough training ol teachers Business Course giving practical instruction in busi ness forms and calculations commercial law penmanship type writing Ac Musical department organ and piano Both sexes admitted morals of students carefully guard ed courses of studv complete and thorough Session of IS1H 2 opens Tuesday Sept 1st aCrFor clreulurjglvlng full ii formation Piiok MV V M AltlON Secy address Jackson Ky L II BiANTON D P Chancellor Â¬ Situation beautiful and healthful large two story brick building u faculty of com YAR5 FoR RrlE JHAViCM Â¬ LWe BACpraiNETc RKHAfWH TAYLFMEjCa UEXIJJ0TON lhl lollefjeof rTM- College V4- m Â¬ PEEDV sVbT J KENTUCKY Â¬ KY has 3 Colleges Liberal Arts somrnM eoucses leai Seientilte amUiviI Euj ineeiiiiK Lnrpo teaeliinjj corps Students fees TWK1VK IioiLaks lor tliehesMon of nine mouths Hoanlinj- - at reasonable rates Rollmcen re eeiveil as MudentH rfrSesMon begins on second Monday of Setteinber Kor catiilouiif etc aiudv to I AS LOULS LOO- - President of University College of the llible Presi dent R lillAHAM Lexington Ky w 1 UNI VERS TYiH jyj HiVi Â¬ Â¬ llrtT Cmlrrtilil W aeiilty luo elegant buildings jnst erected Complete Jymnnsiuni session begins Sent i 1801 For catalogue or The undersigned will run a Hack Lino Location healthtul No saloons W c YOUNti I between Torrent Station on the K U It It further Information address Dnnvillo Kv and Hazel Green during the week of the R S SON ML Sharp llruce Trimble TODenton hleetivi Imi CENTRE COLLEGE - nUstXolUt l to cst 1 1 Mn than lOOO alumni nwn Silentllln and 1 ti et n CI Hazel Green Fair Commencing September 28 1 STRADER J A Successors to 71 E Lau ic Co KY SHARP TRIMBLE MT STKUL1NG DENTON KY 1S0I Â¬ yw 14 mm mm ului nougk totkink the object bftai ntUlwd ym from A rewMt vWt to feu trade mrk and crowed red cr or overwork will bo relieved by taking aeuuin Jivewns Iron Hitters wrapper Utwi ou Have now a complete line of pm Leave Torrent at Clothing Hats Boots Shoes 800 p in Straight Arrive at Campton Kentucky Whiskies d00a in anil Gents Furnishing Gomls Leave Campton at 830 a in Arrive at llhzel Green Wines Brandies c We solicit an inspection of 415 p in Leave Hazel Green at 700 p in Arrive at Campton FINE OLD WHISKY A SPECIALTY our goods and guarantee pri Fare from Torrent to Hazel Green S3 CIGARS AND TOBACCO Geiitlemen will be requested to walk ces satisfactory and article as Respectfully up Torrent IUU Agents for Old Pugb Old Pepper Old Tarr and Old Taylor S S COMBS recommended TIMK CAM s Main Stkkkt LEXINGTON Wholesale Dealers in I Â¬ Hazel Green Herald A Has u larger circulation in Wolfe Morgan mid Urciithltt than all other papers in tho state anil merchants in Mt Sterling Win iIiimUIi Lexington Louisville anil t Mucin miUwill finil it THK IIKHT MI5MPM through which to secure Mouutiuu Trntle ADVBItTISIXG U ATIS Tit ANSI KNT Vdvertisemonts inserted lor less than It months will he 7o cent an incli for the llrst iiixcrtion anil - cents an inch for each sub SLMiuent IIB 1 insertion i AlI TllAXSIKNT AlVUUTIHlN IM N AHVANlU STANIHNU ADVKUTISKMKNTH MU8T Lexington havo a handsome advertisement in this issno to which the attention of the public is re spectfully invited This is one of the oldest and best clothing houses in Lexing Â¬ ton iC not in the State and an old ac Â¬ quaintance with tho house enables us to cheerfully commend it to our friends wherever they may be For years it has been known as the One Price and that jrO nius kok Ukouiai Auvkutihinu rYYAUIKQUAKTKIUY ON lKMANI means the very lowest price to every SlESCEU COOIElt Address one Give tho house a trial when you Hazel Green Ky go down and you are sure to be pleased Â¬ 7 f0 inch - inontlis - 0 2 inches IS Ott inches 18 4 inches -- i W inches f -- o 00 li inches Liberal rates on larger advertisements niiiile known on application Local notices to he intcrspertcl among reading matter 10 cents a line with a dis count of 125 per cent where they run a mouth or more Obituaries tributes oi lesjicct etc Ue a line Count six words to the line and send We will write money with the munubcript obituaries and publish at a cents a line Marriage and death notices not exceeding ten lines solicited and published KltlK 1- Otis W Snyder is a name as familiar Central Kentucky nh household words and he has made It so by reason of low prices and square dealing Ho deals in watches jewelry solid silver and plated wares of all kinds and visitors to Lexington will find him at No 8 North Upper street Our mountain friends who visit Lcnxigton may savo one half on every purchase of jewelry Ac if they will visit Mr Snyder and our word for it he will treat you with tho utmost courtesy whether you purchase or not See his watch in this paper and watch for his place when you go to that city in M Kaufman Co County TouchciV Association At the Wolfo county Teachers Insti Â¬ tute of 1SU0 a County Teachers Associa Â¬ tion was organized and at tho Institute held this year it was revived There will be a meeting of the Association held at Hazel Green on Saturday October 3 at 10 oclock A m when tho following programme will bo observed IROURAMMK FOR SCROFULA scrofulous humor In tho blood ulcorSf catarrh and consumption uso DAILY HACK LINE FltOM HAZEL GREEN TO ROTHWEI I How to liuisu the Stundurd of Teachers by Edgar T Knsh How toliivc all Teachers Thorough Pro fessionnl Training by John W Taulbee How to Oct Trustees to do Their Duty by O II Ayers Sarsaparilla The most economical safe speedy and offoctlvo of all blood purifiors Leaves Hnxul Green every morning Sun day excepted and connects with afternoon train for Mt Sterling Leaves Itothwoll uvery morning on nrrlval of train from Mt Sterling except Sunday and arrives at Hurel Green at 430 l M Fare Stamper 2 Each Way Â¬ Attention is again called to the article A Last Cull with Warning Sophrona Little of Gill more is visit Â¬ headed which will be found elsewhere in this ing in town this week Dr Taulbee is making his ar paper Lacy has made very marked rangements to go to Texas shortly and James wants everybody who owes him anything improvements to his residence Â¬ Jackson has adopted standard time How to grado the Country Schools so as to carry on a continuous course of study during the year by Win II Chambers Essay by Miss Mollie Klkius Essay by Miss Mullio James Oration by Prof II L Games Itecitution by J A Williams llecitatiou by II II Stumper Kecitntion by O II Swaugo llecitatiou by Miss Lulu Hash Itecitution by Miss Ida Swango Kecitntion by Miss Abbie Hurst Debute Question Aflirmed that teachers wages should be graded according to his qualifications as shown by his certificate AHirinutive J ti Uhilders Grant Sprad ling F L Creech negative L C Graham J C Darker J B Swango Lord Miltons Daughter by J It Hobbs Carcil and attentive drivers in chargo of each hack and especial attention paid ladies or children traveling without escort The traveling patroungo respectfully sollo itcd Very respoctftillv W 11 TAllOlt Proprietor Has Cured Others will euro you THE WINCHESTER BANK WINCIIESTKll KY N II WITIIKKSlOON President K I HUNTEK Cashier Jno WTaumikk Moiuk A Elkinh I This Hunk solicits tho accounts of mer chants farmers traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and oilers its customers every facility anil the most liberal terms within the limits of legitimate banking octI8ly Â¬ Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 Sarah F Hoiiton II N A C IlYitn Committee J NEW- - b to come forward and settle at once as he J T Day Cos tr lining stable is wishes to pay off his own indebtedness chock full of horses for the fair before leaving He will take anything P R Phillips representing Carter for payment that he can use again in liquidating his debts so come nt once Cojrwns in town Wednesday Uros and save trouble and further expense Several sales of cattle were made on The recent excursion train from Jack our streets Wednesday at good prices son to Lexington carried 1005 persons to Wrill Cruey and Georce Hishop returnthe latter city and 400 of them dinod ed from their Virginia trip Inst week with Gus Luigart of the English Kitch Â¬ Mr LuiMiss NannieNickell of Ezel is visit- Â¬ en advertised in this paper gart keeps an elegant restaurant and ing friends and relatives in this vicinity serves regular meals at the low price of is booming with a stable full twenty five cents The fair If you have never f horses on the track and more to fol- taken a meal there be sure and do so low when you next visit Lexington and see how much you get for your money Ayers arsapuniiH uigiuy is the most economical blood purifier Business prosperity and newspaper ad- Â¬ can be used that vertising go hand in hand Such is the The booth privileges of the Hazel experience of all towns and more so of Green Fair were rented on Wednesday late years than at any time before The cause is plain This is the age of en- Â¬ last at fair prices lightenment when people instead of The annual meeting of the Christian standing on street corners talking to a church will begin on Friday the 25th neighbor sit down in their homes and inst at Lee City consult the columns of their home paper Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ cuiii-i-uuh-te- Hoiiton Tho following items are clipped from tho Morgan Messenger Rumor has it that one of Morgan countys fairest young ladies is to be married to one of Hazel Greens bright- Â¬ est young men the latter part of this month The following remarkable human was born to the wife of Jos Gevedon a Watches retailed at wholesale prices Call or write for anything in the thrifty and well known farmer of Grassy Creek The child was a boy its skull LINE open from the centre of its forehead to ol a century Every the base no eyes no tonyue fourteen Established iptarater guaranteed thing fully toes web footed hand resembling the foot of a dog hair camo down between the shoulders and had two under jaws NO 8 NOllTH UllKK STKKKT This wonderful creature lived for twelve hours and was seen by at least fifty good LEXINGTON KY people who will testify that the above is FAfiMESS BANK MT STERLING KY Capital Wm 250000 Surplus 40000 Unsliior Â¬ Mitchell President Chab M Grubhb The largest capital and surplus and indi vidual deposits than any bunk in this sec tioi of tho Suite JEWELRY Exchange Â¬ Bank of Kentucky KY MT STERLING- Otis W Snyder rffrm Ai nVi CAPITAL 10000000 true A I HKt arfrin tfc flrrnrfMtiiT We have more Hazel Green business than any other bank and want to increase It Send us your nccount and wo will treat you well B J Cnll With Warning James Wilson who has been in Mont-Â¬ gomery county for several months returned home last Monday Â¬ Elder J T Pieratt will preach at the Caskey school house next Sunday morn- Â¬ ing at half past ten oclock The improvements made by John H his livery barn add greatly to its appearance and convenience Pieratt tQ Parties having white oak timber for sale should reud the advertisement of F A Lyon Jr which appears elsewhere in this paper One of the threat needs of Hazel Green is a good barber a man that will attend Such a person could do a to business thriving business week Â¬ indulged you at the expense of my credit am now in debt and must have money or a judgment This is positive so you had better come and settle at once I will take anything that I can Be sure and read the card of the Clar- use aguin on debts Also I will offer for sale my house and This is endon Hotel Lexington Ky about three acres of splendid land in the one of the finest houses in the city and yet the prices are within the reach of town of Hazel Green Also household and kitchen furniture and all the stock every one of moderate means Knowing I may have on hand Sale will bo on whereof we speak we can confidently Saturday September 19 commend the Clarendon to all of our J A Taulbee mountain friends and it affords us pleas-Â¬ August 27 1891 Hazel Green ure to do so For Sale I have for wile 10 acres of Uncle Harry and Aunt Nancy Swan land lying on the waters of Grassy good go near town havo our thanks for the coal on land and very productive good finest home grown watermelon we have water will be sold at a bargain ever seen in the mountains Could they Apply to Jack Spicer have seen The Herald and his better J Hazel Green Ky together with the attaches of this office enioying their handsome present wo are HE CLARENDON sure their measure of joy would have Cor Limestone and Short sts been full Lexington Ky Â¬ I have PETERS President JOHN G WINN Oabhiee Â¬ Traders Deposit Bank ASSOCIATION Tuesday Sept 29 Wednesday Sept 30 Thursday Oct 1 Friday Oct 2 MT STERLING KY Capital J M G L 200000 Surplus 180000 niGSTAFinVcshknt KIUKPATHICK Vice President W W THOMSON Cnshler o We respectfully solicit the business of mer Â¬ chants farmors trndcrs and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky A iMMiernl hntilcintr liimliiniia ilnnn nt UO chance to send you a bank uiv VIU your book pay uuidiD uiiu mini you money wuen in need W V Thomphon Cash Mt Sterling National Bank MT STERLING JY T Capital 100000 Surplus 16660 LEWIS APPERSON President H R FRENCH Cashier customer fairly Momitniii business Is respectfully solicited with tho assurance that we will treat every a that we havo to reat W II BOSWELL Proprietor J T Day of this place is this cord anything of the kind but on Satur Â¬ trial of Alvin Barnes charg Â¬ day night last an attempt was made to I tending the There bus been added an Annex with 20 his son Kelly B ed with the murder of Co of this large well veutjlated rooms Street Cars rob the storo of J T Day Day two years since The robber or robbers cut out a pass the door every five minutes Located place within two squares of depot P H McDonald general manager of window pane and drew a nail from over the Blue Grass National Building and one of tho windows when it is thought Loan Association was a guest of the they were frightened away 60000 White Oak trees 18 inches and up wards in diameter Timber must be in large Day House Wednesday night XT It is nearly time that tomething was boundaries within six miles of the K U Â¬ railroad or nearer if possible and easy ac At a meeting of the directors of the being done towards repairing the side cessible Address The walk leading P A LYON Jit Fair Association Wednesday it was de Â¬ walks of our town Uenttyviile Ky corner to tho Christian church sepl8wJ cided to chargo no entrance fee on farm from Days Competition Open to the World and products or ladies needle work A good is in a very dangerous condition TEACHERS INSTITUTE PROCEEDINGS something should be done at once or the decision With town trustees may havo a big bill of stapler a new trimming machine a modern fust job press an abundance of type had damages to settle By Cracky Jen Stephenson nnil superior workmen we are better pre ADMISSION pared to print Institute Proceedings than the misfortune to severely cut his right George Rice the well known builder any oflicc in Eastern Kentucky Please give Over 10 and under morning hand with a chisel Wednesday us your ordors BPENCEIt COOIElt 15 years of ago 25 Cents It will incapacitate him from work for and contractor of this section was tho Editor Herald Hazel Green Ky recipient tho other day of a fine double some time Over 15 years 35 Cents barrel shot gun from the reliable hardCatalogues giving pre Â¬ Wo arc told that Johu McCarten of ware house of W M Kerr Co Iron Lexington better known its Uncle Kit miums in full will be ready ton Ohio and is justly proud of the fine time in October to present Tho genial Gus Meyer travels will be married some for distribution June 20 anil We wish for this firm n hundsomo lady of that city may bo had by addressing Uncle Kit much happiness which he de Â¬ Careti and Trade Marks obtained aad all Pat W G LACY ent business conducted for Maferate Ftn Uncle Jlinmie Stidham has been one We have not learned the full serves Our Oil e Is OhsiK USFaUM OMce Secretary and we particulars but will try and give them of the pillars of Breathitt countys social remote can secure patent la leas tine than those from Washington He is now eighty Bead model drawing or photo with descrip in a future issue fabric for 50 yeirs tion We adrlse if patentable or not free of old but nevor saw a locomotive years charge Oar fee not due till patent ia secured A Pamahlet How to Obtain Patents with During Fair week the Hazel Green or railroad train till this week He is Por Booth privileges names ofactual clients In your State county or cornet band will givo one or two hops herejattending court and looks like many town sent free Address M ROSE address Everything will bo done to make these years are yet before him Jackeon HusPresident occasions tho best that have over been tler C PaUnt Met WaMAffl 2 0Me given in our town Givo the band boys 8EITtf Kash of this place on Tuesday Dr BaiuntniitlMlE1Tftofnft WITH a lift at that time for they huvo done a MMllr II All V tiihr mi ofcMtenUrM It Uwm t 1 1 M fa W m id lu nir 0wniMtiiHttwi1rnTMtkr7HrrAMy tho monotony night had an attack of something like M great deal to drivo away I I cor tn ild lb wwk Utirlo ltm 111 I ton ran r4k WKOIIWAIK of our town and deserve great praise for neuralgia of tho heart at tho residence of W flmltli trrrrl bin W rour rlMl K tkrwrtke m ka TMI TottrxriaMBtii erill Art O W McNabh and up to going to press Â¬ ilrly nw ImkMM Mot t wtkf mku U mwir rwriw i the pains they havo taken in getting ev prt wrr Hrfiiinrra n cnun tnm Wit w IMlk music was still at Mr McNabba though some mi mart nrlutti ttfUnt K Wt mh Amhti tm IIm full I erything in readiness to furnish nlmfiilaa rH rWfK tMti4i fttrt I ASHLAND KY bfemMiMi riuic vkuk jc uui Aiifcm jumu better for tho Fair It is indeed seldom Â¬ Â¬ s 26 m SBTOSVrTlEJ in i K 0F KENTUCKY Â¬ PROFESSORS and INSTRUCTORS Agricultural Solentlflo Engineering Classical Normal School Aoademio Commercial and Military Courses of COUNTY APPOINTEE rnmrnur Â¬ Hoard in dormitory 2 per week Ih private families 350 to For Catalogue add res Full term begin Hiuirtii iuition RECEIVED im Â¬ mm CASNOWCO rn- JAS LEXINGTON KY PATTERSON PhD Trimble Bros WHOLES AlLB Â¬ Â¬ G KOCEE Sb MTi STERLING KY J Â¬ pHtroiiHKu nillla VlliS MTOUE WJ Henderson Thos fully solicited ffConHlKnmcut of tiroduee and the of Mountain Merchants respect JeHlv Son HH rrfiy MAUPIN WITH WHOLESALE DRY GOODJL NOTIONS HOOTS 8JP018 Ac CATLKTraarjiKi D H CARPENTER ky Hazel Green Herald SPENCEIl COOPER Publlthtr nAZEL GREEN - I SIM 11 great big Itititty ualiyl Everybody mtltl o lilm Long an Mohoh roil ntul mnyno BumurH nour about ns slim Btoonln nhonlilnroil llmbor Jltitcd Foot llbOVU lllO UHUIll stan rrocltkil face ami nose that itltitol ftfch the question of my dishonesty by say- Â¬ ing nothing about it Ml KY wouhl lko to sec your season ticket if you please I dont want to take it out on a damp fogry morning like this I said in a tone of expostulation It is tv nice ornamental bit of white leather beautifully stamped in gold and it cost a good deal of money and I would rather not expose it to tho morning air Tlio railway innnH face was linpor rather brightened up at tills sugges turbiblc but there was un increasing tion What did you try to do that for firmness about tho lips lie waived eaid tho ollicer I Â¬ AGRICULTURAL HINTS NOVEL RAT TRAP An 1any Wuy of rolMUilnjc ItodeiiU With- Â¬ out Danger to Poultry As rats destroy large numbers of young chicks and are dillicult to catch in traps or to poison them without at tho same time injuring or poisoning A PROTECT THE PIGS Ho it Many Promlslne Young Animals Are Uohied by Their Owner From n jmir miuinty ojom UuiIiIIhIi lmlr tliut alius lirlstlori Slcln n Hlokly ycllor lnu Voice tliat kind o peepou mi whlstloil When lio went to aprnlt to you Ullighaui Milrl an ono suspender ItugKeil paats an cowhldn booti Survuri to ttiarlc that crltturH condor Alt to toll him from thu brutu I did and I livo it Well 111011 why dontyou show It Why dont they ask for it I Here John broku In and said heard him ask you for it a dozen times Oh John ericd how can lohn you say such a thing Well said the policeman if I had If you dont mind a season ticket I would show it if 1 Thojinti said nothing but looked at the lines were you uiu lixc lly and seriously Now that 1 wild to the ofliccr is about his mouth getting Inner and tho first sensible remark I have heard lirmor I never thought of that I hesitated for a moment and then this morning way out of the trouble What they Oh well it doesnt really niat said tdr I nee the booking ollico is open seemed to be anxious for was my name ticket say I didnt try to do It at all Didnt you say you had a season Certainly Ill J How tlio boys nil sorocch an boiler When tboy Haw htm on thn Htruutl Ho ud run 1111 they ml fuller JJouiuJ tho corner Jent u lLyln Up tin alloy urosl a lot Till tboy liutl Mm Hlieerml an oryln An ii sweurln likens not Thon theyd call him fool an bitty Sometime dare him out to tight Till Iioh nearly crazy uutyhu Ciuido tho feller wuint brlbt Then for lioilui hod Htart u bmvHn All tho crowd u Juerlu him Throwln clotla an Hhrllly callln CSood by booby Kooil by Slml Ono day Sim wuh Mrttln dreumln lllKht boforo tho tavern dnor Buddculy ip heard u scroumln Up about tho dry Ko t Htore some ono hollered Muuilotr mud tlotf Ah they run iterHt the Htroet Sim looked up an Htrotelied an swallorui- lTlien he ntotil upon his feet People turned iih white ns ootton Howled an yelled an took for home Down the walk tho doj romn trottln With bin Jiiwm iidrtpplit foam As ho Jainu hie heatl ttovviiyln Snuppln Miiarlln in his wrath Them a Itulo child wan pluylu JtlKht ticront IiIm bloody path Sim stood Mtlll hut not u sloopln An IiIh eyos was bultfln wild Iur ho maw the do umvecpln Down upon that little child All tooneelio left hlsHtntlon Hushed upon tie mtvnun brute rauthla at IiIh clumsy feet i A lumped an kicked Im like the nation Willi IiIh Heavy cowhitlo boot jKnockiMlblm ulnar Into tho gutter J Stained the ground a slukuln ml Never stopped a word to utter Till tho Riant hoiint lay dead Ku tolled the baby up an rut her Oaniotl It with hwuIIIii pride OO Ivtf v31votyovurtuUHHihui t TliOti ho Jtiht net iloivn an cried Ohio I Iarmer TUB SEASON TICKET How a Londonor Foolod n Rail- - i way Gatoman II 1 HUE was no tlisropu ta hi e question uhout was a most it looking person a kinil of por son wlioin you would not euro to recognize on tlu street If you w o ro w o dressed I had found It impos sible to sloop 1 1 Â¬ ndon 1111111 1 was dead tired mill roadv to K to sleep on iti doorsteji I had put on the oldest coat I had and wore on my neau ti viuanious iuouintf sioueh Wp Now there is nothing which jjivcsu inau sueh a woe hejroue luuiffdoo ajij ouarauee as mi 0111 aim nan sioucn enp 1 had no eollar on and my boots were hovered with the mud of various dirty A man may be moiv thoroughfares Mred by his soul as Dr Watts heldliut up to date the outside world insists on judfflna person mainly by his nppenr nnee and my appearaneo was deelded- liyajminNL me tliut inornuiK lyMi on tho iljlliro over Whichrailway 11station 11 j hold Ibrst eltiKK sou- l i 1 i fffRflnlldvoi tluiAvtstMultjt that night and had got up at half past three in thu monihitf a d tramped 11 The ticket man took it in his hand and examined it turning it over and over with a bewildered air of a man who had been hit suddenly with a club Now said to the ollicer dont you think that its rather cheeky of these people to pivvent me from going out and to make the assertion to you a respectable ollicer of the law that l had no season ticket when you see I have Its good for three months longer yet Mere they drag you from your manifold duties to arrest a perfectly innocent man and act in this cra y way to a patron of the line a first class patron too The policeman shook his head dubiously and said he really couldnt un Â¬ derstand it I Well answered you are wit Â¬ ness to their charge that I had no sea son ticket Now I say this matter is not going to end here Oh well said the policeman sooth I wouldnt be too hard iugly if were you I Tho matter repeated cannot end here think tlvit its so early in the morning these men are not rightly awake yet and I think they should by wakened up I think that we had bet pen to know Jfy Jt ter have drinks all round as the morn MgjltyjU depend uponftvhat the judge ing is very damp and disagreeable - What do wu think says ho answoreil shortly yijll now I said confidingly The policeman smiled the ticket man am going1 to lot you into a secret looked relieved and so ve ended it that way Luke Sharp in Detroit 1 season ticket you have a right to go on the platform if you have not I want your name and address Hut tho booking ollice Is open protested Certainly it is open I want to sec your season ticket if von please Well but if tho booking ollico is open and if it is for the purpose of selling tickets why do you object to my buying a ticket Ill buy a red third class or a blue second class or a white first class just as you say would rather buy a ticket than expose my season ticket to tho morning air and as I said this I edged cautiously away from the man as if ready to bolt out of the door lie promptly placed himself between ine and tho door and suid sternly drop Â¬ I ping tho polite if you please want to see your season ticket Oh well said jauntily it doesnt matter after all think I shall walk home It is all right I have walked a tfood many miles already and another milo more or less doesnt matter Jood morning The railway man called a porter who at once eaine to his assistance Dont let this man leave the place he said until he gives-his name and address I dont see what you want with my name ami address 1 said as mildly as 1 could I have as many acquain already as 1 know wluil to do tances with dont want to extend my callI ing list Let 1110 out if you please am going to walk lloth men planted themselves in the doorway and refused to let me pass Doyou mean to say I cried that you aro goinp to attempt to stop mo from going out Show your season ticket or give your name and addrossv Iwllldo neither one nor the other Thenyon stay here tiffyou do shall lo nothing1 of the kind You let me pass llovy alarc you attempt to stop me Have you awarrantfor my arrosl Tf you have not then I advise you not to put yoiir hands on me lohn suid the ticket man to the porter go and get a policeman John bolted out of tlio door while Ihc other stood in the doorway and noth ing was said for a few moments Cant this matter he fixed up I said persuasively No it cant Isnt there any wav out of it NO there Isnt Oh well said with a sigh suppose shall have to takq tho conse quences uai iwney ciio you nap- a 1 Â¬ 1 buy a ticket said the mini bof your pardon you will not buy a ticket If you have I the chicks the illustration shows a cheap and easy mode of poisoning rats without danger to the eats fowls or chicks Make a box two feet long one foot wide and one foot high or use a soap box if necessary and have a top to it that can be raised up At eacli end about four inches from the floor cut a hole inches in diameter Never raise tho top unless to put in tho feed or to talce out a dead rat Ilace some corn meal in pan and and address Dont yon think that they leave it in the box In the illustration ought to have asked me for my ticket the holes aro shown at A A the top at if they wanted to see it If you dont 1 and the pan of feed at C As the rat will feel safe and secure from the cat and will prefer tho two holes so as to have better opportu Â¬ nities for escape it will soon llnd out tho box and will also soon learn to eat the meal Once tho rat tastes the meal or other food and finds it to he wholesome or free from poison it will come every night for the meal and bring other rats Do not poison them at first but wait until they have feasted v for a week when all their suspicions 1 li a4 uy lilt 11 WfypY8 jjf yoi Ann see what you want ask for it you know The ollicer looked at tho ticket man and the potter The ticket man shrugged his shoulders and said he would like very much to see the season ticket 1 didnt look liko the sort of person who carried season tickets Oh all right said pulling out my purse here you are It doesnt look very much but it costs a good iiKiti 1 c SHa 1 1 A XOVKI HAT THAI Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 will have lioon allayed Then add poison to the meal and you will in all probability get them all and be troubled no more until a new genera tion appears Hats can he busily poisoned by baiting them with food for awhile but it cannot be done suddenly as they aro too cunning and suspicious and the ditlioulty is to poison them without danger to dogs cats or poultry but with this contrivance there is no ditlioulty as the box may be placed in the poultry house or at any desirable point The two holes to the box and the fact that the cat cannot get in will he such an inducement as a secure retreat that the rats will come to it even when the cat is near Farm and Fireside Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ UNPROFITABLE STOCK It Should lie rationed and Sold Iteforo IVod Homme Â¬ 1 Â¬ profitable of no advantage to keep stock tlu t will not make nsullieient growth or gain to return a fair profit for the feed given Jlrecding stock must of course be kept for the increase but if prop erly managed they can really be made Â¬ It is Kxpeiwlve Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 1 I 1 Â¬ Â¬ I 1 Freo lross A Imputation just opelied and that the gatoman was having to jot up m early S r Vfjh the morning so I thought I would i take tho first train home and po to lied like u reputable eltlzen I was evident- ly tho llrst comer and as I passed tluv Juinjto Jxjfltl put Ills hand and saldV V iW ALWf4 il noon yflnuiK I huyo a season 1 answered sleep ily as that Is my usual reply to such a ijuestion t If you are well dressed tho tloket panther generally allows you tq pass when you mention the open sesame Many swindlers have boon season ilnofl forty shlllintfs and eosW for say i Invtliat eabnlintlo vord when they had Â¬ PiJujt pleiuso i V i ui will look at your senson tielcel If you ploaiio tstiid jthct man politoly Sleepy as 1 was this remark awoke mo to tho fact that I was a dlsreputa- lilf lo5llu qltjzoi 9 HWhy1 do ypu wanti toj sea my soason 1 fiiilil tlekot unusual to ask for it Iorlmiw replied tho man never- Â¬ theless all tickets must be shown sou fcon tuul others I have never been asked for my sea son tlukot and I have traveled on this It-lH-rur- y iibthinto baolc thoiistatemunt r 1 K lluofor montliH vC X r yen plciMWv Xt Wittwlriao vhvx You suroly lUmt think MtHt 1 wouhl trv to uheat th mUwariMnmiiy Do I look liko a rfkliutytt iwittf will look at your bonsoti tlokut If Silverheels was known all through the land of flowers as the greatest coward in the Seminole tribe lie was condemned by even the meanest squaw in the liverglados In spite of the youth and great beauty in face and form of Silverheels there was no woman in the tribe who eared to call him hus- Â¬ He was a man apart One night band tho tropical sky split into fragments and through the rents in heaven fell forks lances and sheets of liirhtninir cataracts of rain and all of the million thunderbolts from gigantic Joves arm ory Tlio- storm rageiLall night In U16 morning the dilapidated tribe looked upon a dilapidated village and forest and upon Silverheels lying near fiyw two enormous mountain lions bathed in J blooif with a long blood caked knife in I WOlll MKK TO SKIS YOlK TICKKJV his hand The lions were disemboweled 1 will to square you and Kver after Silverheels was known ns think maiiago lolin and the nolicoman all threo U10 bravesof the brave for he told no V Sueh things have been done you V xtviwiiu iiurougu V fcjgW whQn he butchered them know Ulmtftr The mangavoun indignant humph t w It has gono too far for thatov I i jr i t iPlyHU Actions Jf said tfrullly and tho next moment jjltn Ulovuo 1 icnow i gentleman when appeared panting with a policeman I see h1ihr The old Walter repeated Whats all this said tho ofUocr of the question and then iravo his ex- tho law I know a gentleman by planatioh This man tried to pass tho tfato the wuy ho acts when he is waited on without a season ticket Ho Is ucoustomed to it Ua is quiet Oh I never did anything of tho never raises his voice art one kind of sort vulgar folks do or gets seared like tho And refuses to lvo his name and others Ho wont stand any nonsense address and says wu havent any right noabltuOLtitothe never makes a to put our hands on him so I thought sccmvaMff waiter jmjnulent It is s not at tho table that ho is called down Id gvt bomubody that hail MHofused my namo and address I He may not tip you at all or ho may lvo you live dollars bufybui aro sure cried in astonishment Yes and tried to square mo when that ho is a gentleman just as suro as John wont for you said hed square all you aro that tho others areNiot no mat threo of us ter how much tlioy may give you The policeman It seemed to me Detroit Free Press - ialiid a w rj Â¬ With good pasturage almost any class of stock can bo fattened more readily and at a less cost than when they must SHADE IN THE YARD depend largely upon dry feed This is one strong reason why it is best to push A Cheap Contrivance Tliut MHkes Chicken the feeding of the unthrifty stock and lllo Worth llvlti market before the pasturage begins to During the very warm days the hens fail Look over the stock and select often suffer in shadeless yards The out those that under favorable condi- Â¬ illustration is intended to show how tions have not done as well as others cheap and simple contrivance may be managed in the same wuy arranged to provide shade as well as It is always ar item to make as much protect partially against showers A as possible out of the products of the piece of muslin a yard or more wide farm and one way of doing this is to feed thrifty growing stock under such conditions as will secure the best gains at the lowest cost While a good deal o depends 011 the material supplied and tho manner of feeding the grade or quality of the stock must also be con sidered Jrass Is the cheapest feed for growth mid if the animal is to be sold at a low price when ready for market it must be fed as economically as possible in order to reaiizo a profit With hogs and cattle especially quick growth and early maturity are necessary if the best profit is realized this implies a good grade of stock to feed Thev mimt l animals that when given good pasturage and plenty of water in summers and good shelter good care and plenty of feed in winter will make a steady gain until they aro matured and when they are iratured tho sooner they are SUA 11 tv TIIK rOUITKV YAltD marketed the better Animals tluit will not do this should bo sold and so far as and of any length may bo fastened to possible before It becomes necessary to posts across the yard Tho muslin A has a cross piece at each end which depend on dry feed In many cases a little extra food now may bo ninth to which tho muslin is for a short time will put the animals in tacked or wrapped and scwod a piece of strong twine being used to attach condition so they can ho sold Winter only such animals as can he the lath to the fence post As the ilproperly sheltered and cared for and let lustration shows the method at a them bo thosu that will make a good glance any extended explanation is growth for the food supplied St Louis unnecessary Farm and Fireside Kepublie Wk mot a Wisconsin farmer and snoop SHEEP SUGGESTIONS breeder on tho train from Lako tJonova Somk pcoplo aro so careless that thoy to Chicago a fow days since and in tho fold and tie wool when It is damp with course of conversation ho wished to tho almost certain result of its becom- - know where ho could buy turnip seed ing heated no wanted to sow a considerable quan Â¬ Uoon caro and good sheep will usual- Â¬ tity to grow turnips for his flock Wo ly make tho business of sheep breeding could nut help thinking ilmt If overy and growing profitable A great deal sheep breeder In tho country would do of failure in tho business Is tho result that what an increased profit thcro of no intelligent otrorf to make it sue would bo in tho business of raising cessful sheep and growing wool Wostern Tunnels a town council In Illinois Hural that has ordcrql ail tho dogs in tho A nvr of linseed a town slaughtered What a favorito dozen hens ovory oil meal given to tho other day during legislative body thoy would bo with flockmastors If its provluco was coun- Â¬ moulting season will bo beneficial but too much will niako thorn too fat at try 11 1 farmers acting under this error permit their weanlings to nest in tho fence corners upon the bare earth very wet earth after a rainstorm No matter what season of the year this is in even midsummer pigs will pile upon each other under such circumstances get overheated take cold cough ami wheeze as though it were December or March This irritation of the air pas sages being commenced during the summer ami fall paves the way for a continued irritation of tho nir passages during the winter barring out all hopes of thrift The summer and fall seasons are especially well calculated for building the system up to meet the trials ol the cold season close at hand but neglect of the kind pointed out bars all chance for hardiness and healthy growth The weanling that contracts a severe cold in summer had better be dispatched and put under the sod as the chances will be against his paying for the feed and nursing ho will require during the winter In addition to trouble in the breath ing apparatus stiffness of muscles may set in accompanied by rheumatic pain The breeder of experience is presumed to have often enough seen the various results that come of exposure to wet and chilly nights not to require any word of caution as he has long since learned that the high bred pig is not so hardy as the more recent descendant of the wild woods hog of history Not only do we meet with lung trouble and rheumatic pains as stated but inflammation of the eyes is engendered by exposure in summer Especially is this true when pigs are permitted to sleep upon a manure pile Ammonia engendered in manure is particularly irritating to tho eyes Its power may be better understood when we consider its effects upon the glass windows of stables where manure and urine have accumulated The writer remembers the entire destruction of a valuable herd of Uerkshircs from sleeping upon a manure pile If allowed to select for himself no pig will select a wet nest but he will on tho other hand carry straw or other dry litter quite a dis tance that he may be kept above even the dampness of ordinary earth Prai rie Farmer Â¬ When only tho scrub hog was bred upon our farms we did not give the caro that the improved pig must have because ho did not seem to require it Nor did he because he had a thick hide and over this a heavy coat of hair Hut in carrying on our improvements we have thinned the hide and in soinu cases almost entirely bred the hair oil breeding in fat instead When wo add to these changes the artificial habits under which wo keep our breeding stock artificial as compared to the habits of the swine of forty years ago it will lu wise to consider the young pigs the product of this artificial state as requiring special care and protection from the time they are far rowed till they are pretty well grown It Is an error to suppose that a sum nier rain is not harmful to pigs Alnny Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ y Â¬ Â¬ wide this season ft Ja Iiwlgct Steamed Mushrooms Tut them in a close covered porcelain lined kettle with about a teaeupful of cold water to half a gallon of mushrooms steam until they are tender They make a good ileal of juice of their own and should be frequently stirred that they may be evenly cooked Add a tablespoonful of butter rolled in a heaping teaspoonful of Hour and season with salt and cay Good Housekeeping Hine to taste In buying wash silks if the house selling them is not known to be abso Â¬ lutely reliable it is safest to secure samples and wasli them before select Â¬ ing material for a gown or shirt waist These silks may be worn so long with Â¬ out becoming noticeably soiled that it is seldom necessary to have them washed when made up in gowns but shirt waists and blouses especially if worn in traveling often are the better for cleansing Surprise Eggs One dozen eggs hard boiled one tublcspooufulyiuegnr three small pickles ehoppod fine one teaspoonful of made mustard ham lobster or chicken chopped season with salt pepper melted butter and a little chopped celery Cool the eggs in cold water jjnd remove t lie shells Cut lengthwise not quite through Take six of the yolks and mash with the other ingredients mentioned above Place back in yolk shape in the eggs again close carefully and place upon a bed of celery or parsley leaves Detroit Free Uoston Set to riso ovor nltfht The rising will make the In Iter quite thin Good Housekeeping Take some plainly Kiee Savory boiled riee put it into u sauee pun with a lump of butter tidd as much tomato sauce as the rioe will absorb uml plenty of prated cheese Mix well and keep stirring on the fire until quite hot Detroit 1rce Serve piled upon a dish Press For curtahi bands many use brass chains other use cord or silk ribbons It is not usual to work them but occa sionally the bands are shaped made of satin on a strong foundation and pro videtl with daisies or other flowers Sosnetitues ribbon is embroidered X V orld A cheese custard is made by grating three ounces of cheese and add ing to it two ounces of butter and ereuming notu logeinor two eggs arc beaten with a tablespoonful of milk and the ingredients are well inked poured into a deep pieplate and quickly baked for ten minutes Chris Â¬ tian at Work Picnic Cake Iteut up half a cupful of butter to a tine cream add two cup fills of powdered sugar then whisk the yolks of four ojrjrs and add them to the cream Heat for two minutes then stir in as quickly as possible the still whites of four eggs and three and a half cup f tils of prepared Hour Iake in one loaf N Y World Cucumber Salad Ieel and cut the cucumbers into quarter inch slices Soak in ice water Scald and peel three or four largo tomatoes Cut them in halves and remove the seeds Drain and cut the cucumbers in small dice season with sullp puppcr oil and lemon juice or vinegar 1ut them into the cavities and when ready to serve put a spoonful of boiled dressing on each Â¬ Â¬ A Very Useful Hook ITonlttinndlMonMiroon Americas Great Flnnnol Calces To ji quart cf Hour est Uullroad Is tlio tltlo of a charming lit tlo voluuio by tho a mentor theissued York Passenger Depart niltl eight ejjirs bettteu to u froth New Central Hudson wliicglnssful of yuust mid ns much Klver railroad with new and attract Ivo sweet mtllc ns will malco it Htilf batter features added to tho publication of formor HOME HINTS AND HELPS Tho fronttspioco is a fino viow of thnt no fio and September i9 lbOl bio structure tho WashlnRtonlirhlgo across For tho Ilnrlom but that is mcroly a hint of tho nearest further particulars apply to tho coupon ticket agent beauties that follow No ono who glances Gro H HiiAKrono Genl Puss or addressAgt Chioyer tho book can fall to got a coinjnchca HUgO 111 Blyp idea or tho wealth of scenery through T S It will do your heart good to sea which tho road passes not to mention tho ii u iiiiiKiiiuicnt crops in ooutu 0JUKO1 valuable Information that is systematically Tuey are simply immense arranged throughout tho book in regard to - tho hotels and boarding houses tho prices IKorir who wear tight Bhocs may not of board the fares the distances tho possitalto tho prize a ble excursion ami in a word ail that that sccuro tho bunat enko walk btitthov often o bunion Washington usually inquiring porson tlio Summer tour Hatchet 1st can possibly think or desiring 10 loam Copies of tho book will bo forwarded frco Tho Only Ono liror Printed Cnn Yoa riud to any ndlres upon receipt of ten cents tho Word postage by George II Daniels General Pas Each week a senger Agent Grand Central Station Now published in this different 3 Inch display ia paper York or W H Jerome General Wcbtern words allko in either nd There are no two except Ono word iusbciiger Agent Chicago 1 his word will bo found in tho nd for Dr Â¬ 1 Â¬ years v two ornulno TlnrTrnt Itxcumloni Will be run from Chicago Milwaukee nnd ether points on tho linen of tho Chicago Milwaukee fc St Paul Hallway to points in western Minnesota Northwestern Iowa bouth and North Dakota Nebraska Kan fins Colorado Utah Wyoming and Mon Â¬ tana at cheap excursion rates on August I lAfflLiiNSv Dont Monkey with your Blood Delay li dunirerotui la c ItlaeipccltiUy liatantom tics lu Ulicjuca of tho lllixvl Oor rurtlon brmta corruption nnd rnllil cane If neglected develop Into lucurablo chronlo dun orucni Q Q Q it ntftfMpt4r nnd uro euro Tor all II 11 Il fvintflalmiil lilnful potRonlng Inherit- Mid lins curtHl lliOUtnuiU LITTLE ws qi i LIVER PILLS DO MOT GRIPS ROR S1CITW Bare ran tat MICK HEAD- - wonder that tho spring chicken can boast or a largo crop when he takes everything in by tho peek Halthnoro American m t It Is no Q It It Tho Burlington route C H This is very well remarked will sell from principal stations on its lines editor ns ho dropped put poem lino tho tho tho ys August Jo ana bept-- lo unit on TuoHua Washington Star wiibtebaskut Harvest Excursion Tickets utiuo Hate to principal cities and points in tho Funning Flannel next tho skin of ton producos a Hegious of tho West Southwest and North Â¬ west For tickets and further information rash removable with Glenns Sulphur Soap Hills Hair and Whisker Dye W cents concerning thco excursions call on your Threw llurvcxt HxciirHlorn Idttlo Liver Pills and Look for Crescent t ratio mark Head the nd carefully and when you find the word ueud it to them and thov will return you a book bouutiful litho graphs imd sample froo Â¬ wnW Ir Bitters Cherry Tle ensw or Cancer It is a iiowerful tonloforOclf CAto lK raonn jrt U Iinnnlrts nnd Inrntmhlo of Injuring tho most scuaitlvo Bjritcui A trcatlio on llloo3 and Gkln nCAc mailed rues on appll cntiou Druggists Soil It 3y ot AUIIK lmrirtd UlRinioiconilU riontorpMBiHntia Thtytrooi vital orgnt rimoTO nauiei dli mtM aci ilk mmconVKl nova and MaiUlur Conqur 6WIFTJ3PECIFIO C0f Drawer Atlanta Ga by purifying The iloio l iilfely ailluited toiutl eaie ti on r ea i Bf rrrlietoo much Kch ll eotitalni 4i earrieu m poekrt liko lend ptnell lltnttlieia lllllllii ral bold corptiloxlon 11 SOO Drnuttfy uiiiotm ucrvoun tii Bit onion Eitabiua urai UAILT ACTION vrj Taken outer than aiiitar convenient where All gtnuin poodi bear tMneeiit Bend J eut itamp You ctt M ag book with lampl DRJiARTER MEDICINE CO St Louli M9 A head of every thin nearest C B S Q ticket agent or aduress T S Eustis Genl Tass aud Ticket Agent Chicago 111 A Mrsic Idler advertises Tho Smokers Snng A spit tunc probably Boston Commercial Bulletin A riotiftlnt ScniO Of health and strength renewed aud of caso nndcomtort follows tho use of Syrup of Figs as it nets in harmony with nature to effectually ulcause tho system when eostivo or bilious For sale in COo aud 100 bottles by all leading druggists Tun man who occupic tho front scat is not always tho most advanced thinker Columbus Tost All casos of weak or Inmo back backache rheumatism will llnd rellof by wearing ono of Carters Smart Weed and Belladonna Backacko Plasters Price 25 cents Try thorn Tim spoon crnzo pervades the watering places It takes only two to make u full set Boston Herald A Titrn Is green when in foliage and a boy is green in his folly ugo Biuglmmioii llepublicuu it is a necessity if your TunmnnNvho wnnts tho earth need not work is light ltisaluxury expect to get It without advertising Indi It lessens the labor of anapolis Journal washingandhelpsevcry Pain In tho Sidonenily always comes from a disordered liver and Is promptlyrollevcd by where in the housework Curters Little Liver Pills Dont forgot this Theres nothing so harm- Â¬ Ir a woman would chango her sex what less nothing so effect-Â¬ would bo her religion Slio would bo n ho then of course National Weekly ive nothing- so popular r Cn and yet so new it is rapidly Best easiest to uso and cheapest Pisos Remedy for Catarrh By druggists 25c succeeding soap Try it for wash- Â¬ Sunday is the summer landlords day of ing dishes trv it for washing anv- wrest Boston Transcript thing everything only try it for your own sake and ours A house widiout Pearlinc is behind the times Â¬ inTTA KM9 s that can be used for washing INE Ifyourworkisheavy and cleaning is PEARL- - - CSf W ctldlcra ftntl sonic unscrupulous jjrofcers will tell you thin X i i I- AUSli goon n or tlio banio ns lcarJinc line is never pciltllctl and if your grocer sends you some thing in jdaceof Pearlinc do the honest tiling setul it laik JAMES lYtB Ncw York beware - jj I a ix Vo ii V Wax work Candles OPYJtlOlri83 When slovens gel Wdy they polish the boW oms of the pansw hen llr h Tho smallest is tJic lest iMdraVrvElwaHjriv in pilta other things being equal But with Dr Piercers Pleasant Pel- Â¬ aiPv W HHa lets nothing elso is equal Theyre tho best not only because theyre tho smallest and tho easiest to take TwTkAVlat but because they do more good They cleanse nnd rogulato the liver BLUEFisniNG Not getting a bite Two servants in two neighboring houses dwclt and bowels in n way tho stomach Often left without a stiilling London huge old fashioned pill But differently their daily labor felt doesnt Waiters Mail and Express Â¬ dream of Think of trying to regu Jaded and weary of her life was one Best rccipo for catching a husband late the system with t tic ordinary pill Don t try Troy Press Always at work and yet twas never done Its only good for upsetting it Old ngo tells on one and so does youth These are mild and gentle but Dallas News The other walked out nightly with her beau thorough and effective no pain no Tun hounded man usually goo to tho griping One little pellet for a laxa Â¬ But then she cleaned house with SAPOLIO dogs Pittsburgh Post tive three for a cathartic Tho A CATconrert on the back shed by moon llETaw best Liver Pill known Sick Head Â¬ light is raJicr amew sing Texas Sittings ache Bilious Headache Constipa- Â¬ reAs Btnus never quarrel ovor a difforenqo of tion Indigestion Biliou3 Attacks a pinion Yunkcrs Gazette and all derangements of the liver My wiro and child having n novero nttnuk of Whoopi is stated that in many of thoEcasldo stomach and bowels are prevented It euro lor uoti ourii ao iiiuiiKiii linn wo woum iry riso existence hotels tho ei ef end of tho waiters relieved and cured Hiiinption ami found it u perfect sticcffln Tho flrat bottlo is becoming the tip end Philadelphia hroko up tho CourIi nud four holt leu cntniilotoly cured Put up in scaled vials a perfect Times them 11 Stmnoeii 1117 Superior St Chieiigo IUIiioIh Â¬ UNDnnTAicru toadying editor What vest pocket remedy always convenepitaph shall woplaco on our tnnibstonoi ient fresh and reliable R M BAETLETTS0WING T0 increased patronage Wo are hero to stay Editor foobly hulldlncr lu tho Theyre tho cheapest pill you can POMocctipyliiif tlio Atlauta Constitution Moor Oldest larireil buy for theyre fxtaranteed to givo Commercial Go II Kiittrntvil rntnlouu Slang was not common in tho days of satisfaction or your money NIixmI Ctiirlunntl re- Â¬ Tress ii Gov William Ponn clso tho lioyjO would N O Pica Â¬ turned Its a pkin peculiar to Dr MONEY for ALLBt stAVEs Fillets of Turbot One small tur hnvo called Pcnn lhis nibs GOLD MEDAL PARIS 1B7 MONEY bot one lemon a little popper and salt yune Pierces medicines W AKR COS and a large lump of butter Divide a You pay only for the good you Tnn latest humanitarian proposition Isto HECnO PREACHERS AND TEACHERS READ small turbot down the middle of the chloroform criminals to death While this get Till nil i alnvtH torrid Can you ask more i tmionvjr Breakfast Cocoa Ill ifum ifold back next separate it from the tins may not bo prnctieil it is cortnlnly nn es t lilldini Imdtff Vniiifliitirn wav of nettling tho business Phila thetic iicwliuok it vntnlniiKf li U hoi es delphia Times and raise the iish clean from the from which tho orccis of oil Niltlo liulmiia ivilvrick DoUKUmllUliop with a sharp knife divide it into oblong DONALD haa been romovad Newman K nntur Culloni A ineriean nation nbout ono tho It costs liars pieces and put them in a stewpan with mtei llnrrltoii Jt absolutely jmrit il stop their tooth It df JiliIuTliiiiitiili nnd ninny a large lump of butter the juice of a million proUielv aearatogreat deal more to it in BOlUllC utliulalto iatf lillitiu cost would tfrtl IdniiUn iinpiTi rtr strained lemon and a little pepper and trv nudf fop their tongues Smith Gray Of Roxbury Mass Hilly xilnlnfiiif din KX No lu It says 11111 WXVK IKNHION salt Set them over the tire and turn Cos Mortllv nre uacd preparation It IiiIjx nro now fornilnir v Iina mor than thrtt tlmti tht the fillets to admit of their being thor iy wheri- nnd nit c mkrn llnrVnuifhanldll nfi itrfngtfi of Cocoa trilled with Kennedys Medical Discovery oughly dressed and browned on both ttuiliUPilln tlmKlftj rirt Utorch Arroxyroot or Sugar Cniif rr In llicir lnliHif sides When done drain them and dish 1 j 111 and I thcrcforo tar tnoro cco nekliitf oocnli mill lift lit r in I iiiiiiitli forimi h nd ditfi r cures Horrid Old Sores Deep them in a similar wav to cutlets Cover iiomlrnl cottlng lent than on vnt aiuomita Tur ulliiix new lluyor Vatiplian them with either lobster shrimp or ctnla cup It la dellclout Hour- l lliu brat liH book llmt Seated Ulcers of QQ years laliloir ttrtiiulbutilnc tory cf tliB ium vr v t it lualtre dhotel sauce Uoston Herald Kahilt tfii iflvra wrlil Icnixini DtURiTet und admirably adapted for lnvulltU vhy tho lortirninciil Always on deck Oakum iMrunssioxsof tho pen Blotting pnper Not necessarily hymeneal Parlor matches Darned good work Mending stockings Ugly mugs Yacht cups jB are jgiverraaaiiarFhey never tired of cleaning up RVAN 1 -- tff7 5ggs - legeisafeHss 111 -- - Â¬ KENNEDY C 1 Â¬ - August M I Chemicals h Engineer and General Smith Sydney Australia writes August Flower has effected a complete cure in my case It acted like a miracle Geo Gates Corinth Miss writes I consider your August Flower the best remedy in the world for Dyspepsia I was almost dead with N Y Tribune that disease but used several bottles of August Flower and now conAll One well man I sincerely He I never saw clothing so cheap ns sider myself a t is now Auy mun can dress like a recommend this medicine to suffer ing humanity the world over gentleman Â¬ Tlu YiUBt Miifilli The yeast mullln baked in the oven in Xew Hugland fashion instead of on the griddle in the style of the English muflir is an especially delicious break Â¬ fast bread Tho genuine English is never thoroughly cooked until it has been split and toasted al Â¬ though we believe some American res Â¬ taurants are guilty ot the solecism of serving them without either the split- Â¬ ting or toasting It is never served in this way in any English family Hut the New England mullin needs only to bq baked To make these inuHlns stir u pint of warm milk into a quart of Hour Add a tablespoon of butter melt ed in a little of the milk reserved for the purpose Add two beaten eggs half a cup of yeast and an even teaspoon of salt Stir the batter vigorously bcat ig till it blisters and let Jt rise over itfht then pour it in deep mullln cups tilling each one half full When the butter vises to tho lop of the mullln ups then thoy are ready to put in the ven Hake them twenty live minutes grid-dle-mufl- in every disease of the skii exexpriit n For Dyspepsia cept Thunder Humor and ULlilUXI MuyurjWbilililKluli A Bellanger Propr Stove FounVO CIIANCE OF CLIMATE NEEDED I Cancer that has taken root dry Montagny Quebec writes have used August Flower for Dyspepsia It gave me great relief I Price 150 Sold by every recommend it to all Dyspeptics as a Drucrsrist in the U S and VE WILL SENr YOU TESTIMONY very good remedy FIIOM PJ JPL3S V7E I LIVE 7 EAR YOU Canada Ed Bergeron General Dealer Â¬ 11 Flower9 1 standing Inward Tumors and cloiild nnd inuft iftnnt tlo fiirmir nrirru rlnre o iivii ion WrltuntonreniidiMt yuiir tinmrKptc In liU pvn- No oIihiitb In 11 rcirlatur lioru until thv lilll lircoinriin luw Add f II k well ns fur punoni In liuatu Hold bf irocori erery rthare W BAKEE CO Doroheator 11 iiiB A Maw Â¬ Â¬ Si ASTHMA MS i I EWIS 90 lo LYE IOWDERED AND PFRFUMED mm IVATKXTUD Tho ttmnuiil nnd vurM Lv niado Will intilco tho Lrt por ioiont bniln fumed UunlHoapinliOinlniitos tov clcansiimwastoplpou dlit It In tho boat I Lauzon Levis Quebec writes with tho have used August Flower best possible results for Dyspepsia C A Harrington Before 1JZSIJ Of - senrr 9 CURED stay CURED P HAROLD HAYES M BUXTAXO JT Y D I MdtUiiMi ijiwiai hifeotlntr hIukh olosotH wash- Â¬ ing bottles paints trees ota PENNA SALT MTG 00 Gen Agts Plilla Va idtoMi tat your Â¬ POtTH Water Proof wnurln the mtns Utilit u COAT i tor lh A HAY FEVER riftxtMPU BUGGIES Bllffiffali ooaipfiitnra UT WRITE TO UD FOB FSOOFB xrnktix tuu ff HARVEST EXCURSIONS Via Missouri Pacific Ry to HWHOUltl KANSAS A I iron Iff AllKANUAa Mountain Routt lliXAat Tlicro ore f xxU In tliv Burke tlut 1K vtty nice Y tut will Iuk lit every lenro warrant whrrcUiweiiRicrfuiiiiiiHrelfltUuuttrtlitlit cero ImMlnjr ihtl here uliow n or nslitr ch I PRICE m uat 4 WEST AND SOUTHWEST Vfl ftfpltinibiir TT I AdU ALL fOIXTil Â¬ Tewerjjto IMPROVED MPlot Bnrl julit ewry iwu Sllcher UMmcr not to ptrl er Kick en J mid ttrxlfrt ln lo toojil voUaut SLIcVr our Jtnlirt author that bill ml Â¬ Wntrli Out uA In dliierpulut fl J TOWrFC llram Trad Mark Soft Woclen Collar Afr Boston Aas WoCuttliolfieeaatiil oll More INHIIIIUUIir miq urn tun nnraa nnd LFADERB or LOW 10 liuuevn JlkrHitii Mugpy HanOpi BHOTopHujiay HHeo U5tO JMandurt lor No S VKKE Catalogue BUaOY A OART CO OINOINNATIO xhm ikMyMvita M mm rTLIKITAXbllTOrOrKM VmriLKBta TOVVNSKND U P A br Uvu Me Q rNTB lt at ilrhl Ither rood ionrty only capital i rvaulred Addrvti 1 Hilt Ctiaia ul CVwwri UbUatfu 1IL iuu yA4fwj mm Hiptemlter 2ff 7e rI t VrAM t ttrxkMK Huy of factory una are Mid dlunmna IrnrJt Hvnd lcutal RUPTURE W41TIVKV -- N She Y Yes Indeed So can the ladies G G GREEN Weekly Sole Manufacturer 8iidlorllzto lKNfllW Bad WOUNTV UWr 3ATWCX OTAXKXIX - WAIMMOTOX Ji 0 New Jersey U S JL Woodbury Patents Pensions alatrnt JtenJ for InrenturaUuld U R HifiMl htt rfrr Hioiinjjl lar T0WIUUClwwwlO cvm Uy O K or How lo Obtain irui rinaf7 UUi4n iPHCIMK 1 W MCf rtWiIUi rrtat Mytniprtf HrrHRatCK C W9 WMataftM mh m mrM w tut U dtf Wd7iat faVfi ANffE WHKN Ma hi 187 aaw HatiftMO 0 Lawarrca WftlTJJte T4 ATERTftflR4 t ym avrH4aMa llAa n g A aair j OVER f HE WORLD - IN A WEEK J STVTE SUNSHINE AND SHADOW fe- - 11 I r i f Av IjIILIiIIU mJio iwiivneii Aftv nillnnMn llllllllll UUVIIVVII TO ALL 1OINTH in Kobcrtson county nnd Muysvillc vet NORTH EAST WEST AND SOUTHWEST is talked of Normal and Preparatory School FAST LINE BETWEEN LEXING Â¬ October 1 GKonui rifoWN parties aro endeavoring TON AND CINCINNATI to organize a company to furnish electric At Plymouth Pa ShhIo Tims atÂ¬ fSrSCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 10 18U1 FIRST TERM REG INS tempted to nhoot two burglara and killed lights to tho town No 3 No 5 Acconi No 1 MONDAY SEPTEMBER 7 1891 her soven year old brother It ih said that a Warsaw man has dis-Â¬ Daily Dally Bally South Bound Typhoid fovcr in raging to an alarm- Â¬ covered a way of making maple syrups Express Fst Le Ex Sun Rates of Tuition per Month Li 8 10 am 8 00 pm 3 OOpm ing extent in tho vicinity of OrcciiHburg for 30 cents a galln Cincinnati 8 18 am 8 08 pin 3 00pm Covington Ind and tho death rato has been very At Lily Laurel county James Col Â¬ Ar 11 18 am 10 23 pm 0 10pm Paris lins a freight conductor was run over great 12 IOiiii 11 00 pm 7 00pm Payable onu hulf on entering School Lexington i 15pm and killed while coupling cars the other at middle of torn Le 1 25 am Paris LouiB Lauor charged with tho mur Â¬ 7 05 pin Ar 12 lOnu Winchester Â¬ der of tho Buahcnhagon couple at Bloom Near Stanley Davics county an un 7 55 pin 1 Richmond FREE BCHOLARSHIPti 3nin Mold Conn committed suicide by hang known tramp was run over and killed by Livingston 3 05 pin Any scholars takli g first and second hon Corbin 4 odpui a train on the L St L and T i ig himsolf in his cell ors ou the completion of their courses in the Middlesborough 7 35 prn Academy shull be entitled to a free scholar Cumber and Gn 7 50 jln Fivo persons died at Dccrfield Mich One day last week J O Caldwell of University A free ship each in Kentucky Le J 50 pm as tho result of drinking water from an Boyle county sold to N Lohmau of scholarship in the Academy will he awarded Corbin 5 45 pm to one pupil from each of the following Williamsburg unusod woll Baltimore 1000 head of export cattlo About twenty five others Ar 0 20 pm mountain counties viz Breathitt Clay El- Jcllico wero affected boiijo soriously for 15000 liott Flod Harlan Johnson Knott Lee Richmond Le 1 50 pm Leslie Letcher Lawrence Martin Magoffin Lancaster 4 45 pm Tom Cotton and son were cutting Gustavo BergorBaid to be a German Mcnelee Morgan Uwslcy rerry nice row Stanford Ar 5 20 pm Count murdered his wife at Topcka down a tree near their home in Garrard provided such arrange ell and Rowan No J No 4 No 2 ments have been made for the competitive North Bound Daily Kan and then killod himself Daily county when tho treo fell and instantly They examination by tho common school author Express Daily Ex Sun had been divorced and remarried killed tho son ities or with their consent as shall enable 7 00 am Le common school grades to Stanford each student of E J Meyers town marshal of Guy 7 50 a in Marshal Saunders of Crab Or- Â¬ compete for the scholarship and the appli- Lancaster 10 15am Ar town Ga 1b dead of tho wound inflicted chard who killed Judgo Egbert is still cant therefor shall bear a certificate from Richmond 2 a he has obtained the high JeJlico 8 15 am the examiner that Le -3 by th6 negro Allen who was lynched for in jail while friends aro trying to mako 8 50 am est mark attained upon the examination in Williamsburg tho shooting boforo Moyors death up a 0000 bond his county Ar - S 3 - 0 35 am Corbin S G BOARDING 33 am A Mystery A roward of 10000 is offered for tho Cumbd 5apLe hk The City Council of Middlcsborough 0 58 nin a We are arranging to build a Dormitory Middlesborough prrest and conviction of tho parties who is considering tho question of purchasing How tho human system ever recovers S i U 9 25 a in that will accommodate 00 boarders and will Corbin caused tho recent wreck in North Caro- an electric fire alarm and polico call It from tho bad effects of the nauseous have it readv for occupancy by the opening Livingston Ar Cue 11 05 am 11 15 am Le medicines often literally poured into it of school There will not be anv more trou Livingston lina in which twenty lives wero lost will cost about 1600 The cost of Richmond too high board ble about Le 0 05 am 12 46 pm VVormB and rust havo played such Last week C A Koor of Covington for tho suppositivo reliof of dyspepsin board will be Ar G 55 am 1 40 pm Winchester 7 45 am 2 33 pm Paris havoc with the cotton crop in the Mem who was a lifo prisoner in the penitentia liver complaint constipation rheumn 2 pir Week Everything Furnished LexiiiKton Le 7 00 am 2 0ipm 3 45 pm phis district that tho yield this year will ry at Frankfort and a trusty besides tism and other ailments is a mystery 7 53 am 2 45 pm 4 25 pm Wo will be prepared to do better work Paris bo fully 26 per cent short of the average mado his escapo and has not been heard Tho mischief done by bad medicines is next session than ever before During the Covington Ar 10 40am 5 40 pm G 37 pm Ar 10 55 am 5 50 pin 0 45 pm scarcely less than that caused by disease summer the school will be supplied with Cincinnati At Bloomington III Monday Dr of since maps charts globes etc etc weak bilious dyspeptic If they who Charles E Ballard of Saybrook imirdc iou cannot find a better school in the W L Munson Trav Pass AgtOhio The grand jury of Owingsvillo has re- Â¬ constipated are Cincinnati or rheumatic would oftcner mountains of Kentucky Our rates ore low ed Miss Bortha Ison and then killed him turned eighty indictments for gambling C P Atmoiik bo guided bytho experience of invalids our methods of teaching Normal we keep S It Knott Gen Puss Agt Trnflie Manager self because tho girl refused to marry suveral being against the Bath County abreast with the tide of education Our pu who havo thoroughly tested Hostctters pils are our best advertisement General Offices Louisville Ky e refer him Fair for permitting gambling on their 8 F II Mo us K Asst Gen Pass Agt Stomach Bitters they would in every vou to them Hazel Green is the prettiest town in East Office Chamber of Commerce Building Secretary Proctor has formorly ac Â¬ grounds instanco obtain tho speediest aid deriv- Â¬ ern Kentucky free from many of ills of Cincinnati Ohio cepted Gov Pagos appointment to the The General Assembly not having able from rational medication No 2 Daily to all points except Rowland This railway towns nnd those of more popula seat in tho United States Senate mado made any demand on tho U S Treasur-Â¬ medicine is a searching and nt tho same tion no saloons or harbors of temptation Division which is daily except Sunday No 1 welcome strangers and influItuns daily from Lexington to Cinvacant by tho resignation of Senator Ed er for refunding the direct tax appropri- timon thoroughly safe remedy derived The peoplegood are thrown around them ences for cinnati ation it Btill remains in the vaults at from vegetable sources nnd possessing All boarders will be under the supervision muuds No 2 Buns daily No 5 Huns daily from nil stations ex- Â¬ of the teachers Send for catalogues etc Washington Nino persons who sat down to a Sun in consequence of its basis of pure spirits cept the Rowland Division which is daily WM H CORD day dinner at the Iioubo of George Gregg The saw and planing mills of tho Ford properties as a medicinal stimulant not except Sunday No 3 Daily except Sunday PRINCIPAL at Bolloville KansaB aro dying The Lumber Company atFord Clark coun- to bo found in tho fiery local bitters and May 8 1891 No 4 Daily between Cincinnati and Lex food was poisoned it is supposed acci- Â¬ ty wore destroyed by firo Wednesday stimulants often resorted to by tho de- Â¬ ington Nos 2 nnd G mnke connections at Winmorning of last week Loss 0000 with bilitated dyspeptic and languid dentally chester for points on the N N M V E D EZEI KY A metal ticket punch carried in his 2500 insurance No 2 Carries through cars from Cincin- Â¬ The Hon William Wilson one of the nati to Middlesborough and Cumberland The funeral of Mrs Henrietta Morvest pockot just over tho heart saved a pASl Gap and all intermediate stations and runs Georgia railroad conductors lifo Sunday gan tho mother of Gen John II Mor Â¬ best known criminal lawyers in Kentucky daily tho bullet from n negros pistol flattening gan took place at Loxington last Thurs- Â¬ iadead at Elizabethtown of injuries from IN EFFECT MAY 18th 1891 He was a power day Many members of tho famous lead- a vicious bulls horns on tho punch in Hardin county and was onco a mem Â¬ THE Postmaster General Wanamaker has ers old command attended ber of tho Qoneral Assembly During At the Orphan Brigade barbecue at all of his prrctico ho was writton to every postmaster under him never known to OLD KENTUCKY ROUTE for statistics concerning tho registering Owensboro last week a sevenyear old be on tho prosecuting side of a case and of lottora His idea is to reduce tho pres boy Castlen Linback fell on a spit used was a man of many eccentricities to cook the meat and received what is ent registration fee Newport News Mississippi Valley Co CE D feared will prove fatal injuries Cnnmiuiitlou Cured Patrick Flaherty a wealthy contrac- Â¬ An old physician retired from pracDelegate Washington has succeed tor of Hoboken N Y Btruck Fred John WASHINGTON PHILADELPHIA p BALTIMORE NEW YORK ed in getting Newport into cities of the tice having had placed in his hands by son a sixteen-year-olboy on tho head OLD POINT THE SEA SHORE with an ax handlo inflicting fatal inju- Â¬ second class as provided by tho new Con- an East India missionary the formula of And all Eastern Cities stitution ries Flaherty is in lull It is claimed this will make a simple vegetable remedy for the speedy The Direct Line to and permanent cure of Consumption tho city government Republican Clocks A negro who seized a young school LEXINGTON LOUISVILLE Bronchitis Catarrh Asthma and all The Paintsvillo Paragraph is disgusted teacher and kept her tied to a tree in the ST LOUIS KANSAS CITY woods near Arcadia La was horribly with its home merchants CHATTANOOGA It says they Throat and Lung Affections also a posi MEMPHIS And all Points West and Northwest and tortured by his captors being Bkinued do not advertise but some of them keep tivo and radical cure for Nervous DebilSouth and Southwest their stores locked up and only enter ity and all Nervous Complaints after nlivo and cut into small pieces Fast Fast Ml Acconi having tested its wonderful curativo pow Â¬ John W Bridges Postmaster and when a customer comes along ami wauts ers east hound Express Daily Daily in thousands of cases has felt it his Daily ex Sun ex Sun Wcstorn Union Managor of Grand Junc- something duty to mako it known to his suffering Having just thoroughly overhauled the The Glasgow Times says that careful tion Colo has been missing for over two Le ti 15pm 7 35 am 5 45pm fellows Actuated by this motive and a Hazel Green Mills we are now better than Lexington 7 OOpm 8 23am 7 10pm Winchester weeks It is stated that his accounts investigation fails to show any trace of desire to relievo human suffering I will ever prepared to do Mt Sterling 7 30pm 8 52am 7 45pin tho tar well reported to with tho Government aro over 3000 9 03pm 10 40am 10 OOpm Olive Hill Hond free of charge to all who desire it have been opened in that vicinity Tho 10 80pm 12 lopm short Ashland 10 43pm 12 28pm woll existed only in tho brain of tho im- Â¬ this recipe in German French or Eng Â¬ And we respectfully ask all wishing Com Cnttlettshurg John Robinson a colored man in tho Ar 11 07pm 12 50pm lish with full directions for prepnring or Wheat ground to give us a trial We Huntington last stages of consumption was arrested aginative correspondent WEST HOUND At Cand Sreefc Church Montgomery and using Sent by mail by addressing guarantee satisfaction on account of an old lino for selling whis HAZEL GREEN MILL CO county while a protracted meeting was with stamp naming this paper W A ky at Charleston W Va which remain Â¬ Le 1 20pm G 00 am Huntington in progress soveral toughs who wore pres Â¬ Nov is 820 Powers Block Rochester 1 30pm 0 25 am Cnttlettshurg ed unpaid N Y Ho was put in jail and in 4yi TTJR J F LOCKHART 1 COpm 0 37am Ashland endeavored to break up tho services ent less than thrco hours died Olive Hill 3 03pm S 20 a in 4 00 a in ANNOUNCEMENT Revolvers knives and clubs wero nourMt Sterling 4 32pm 10 27 am 0 25 am Wo Enough peaches havo arrived in Bal- ished and a panio ensued authorized 4 f8un 11 15am 7 lfi am Winchester Tho toughs RYRD nro Torrent as ato announce W A flHHHj of candidate for Slier timore during tho past fivo weeks to sup Â¬ wero finally ejected Lexington Ar r 30pm 12 05pm 8 05 nut No arrests havo ill of Wolfe county at the August election ply almost four peaches to every inhabi Â¬ been made 1892 subject to tho voters of tho countv EZEL KY Limited Vestiiumed Express runs daily and has Vestibuled Pullman Bullet Sleepers tant of tho United States Tho number James Donovan of Bowling Green Mr Hyrd says he is a Democrat and expects to re in u in one lie does not believe in frau between Louisville Lexington Washington AMOS DAVIS WITH of packages received has been about 1 brother of tho ex shcrifl whilo clearing New York and Old Point Comfort This a dulent means of securing county office and if honored to the position of Sheriff will 200000 averaging 200 peaches to tho train is made part of the celebrated shot gun preparatory to hunting acci perform the duties regardless of person or V O route box Manufacturers of dontly shot himself Tho top of his head party East of Huntington on tho C D P Vickory a prominent lawyor of was blown oil and his brains scattered Fast Mail Tuains run daily except Sun Tho best and cheapest Stationery is nt day between Lexington and Huntington Holloyville Winston county Ala was about tho room Ho died instantly His Make direct connections at Huntington with ofllco arrested at Birmingham Alabama on mother was in the room at tho time with The Herald At Ashland with S V Itv At 9G W Pearl street Cincinnati O Winchester with K C R R north and tho chargo of being a particops crimincs her back turned outl and QUE AH BIOSTAFF fftr llcadquarte rsat West Liberty Ky jfc N L bound C N atO Lexington with L with W H Davidson Postmaster at S and T P Railroads The New York World has tho follow Lexington and Omve Him Accomo l FANT Holloyville in tho embezzlement of tho ing Cols Bob Hughes and JohnFarrar ATTORNEYS AT LAW JAMES dation daily except Sunday Connects at thi old ukijaulk MT STERLING KY Post ofllco funds at that point of Lancaster Ky had a pitched battlo points and Winchester to and from K Hat House of W S Dickinson Practice o at Lexington with L S R R for Louisville John Bcnnott a Sollcrsburg Ind with a black snake up in tho cupola of adjoining in the courts of Montgomery and counties and in tho Court of Ap I or full information in regard to Rater Cor Pearl it Vine CINCINNATI engineer assaulted two girls who wero tho County Court Houso ono day Inst peals and Federal Courts Invites all of his mountain friends and es Routes etc apply to any Agent of this or pcclally the merchants to give him n call connecting lines or to sleeping at his houso Tuesday night Ho wcok Tho pugnacious reptilo was final Â¬ II E Huntington C L Bhown when In the city BENNETT was whipped almost to death next day ly pitchforked into tho street and proved G P A V P and O M WITH TVR J A TAULBKE morning by a mob of women and fled to to bo eight feet long In tho recesses of IKXINflTON KY CO G W Baknky W S Hahiuron Kentucky afterward to escapo a mob of its anatomy eight English sparrows wero JOBBERS OP ii A Lexhmton Ky U A AmiIiumi Ky found men which proposed lynching him It was early in tho morning nnd A Gloves Straw Goods AY HOUSE neither of tho Colonels had had an eye- - Hats Gaps warrant for his arrest has been issued Hazel Green Wolfe County AND UMBRELLAS Hapl Green Ky opener when they saw these strange 82 N CIIILLICOTHE O Paint St Mrs LOU DAY Proprietress Headaches biliousness and liver troub sights KENTUCKY This houso has been recently refitted and les are promptly cured by tho uso of EOIL HOTEL rolurulshed and the table is at all times sup A Pfvr falling UmnnUy TTTOOl DAY plied with the best in the market Rules Aycrs Cathartic Pill Equally safe WEST LIBERTY KY Megrimine tho only permanent euro vv n P DAY reasonnhlo Sample room attached and spe for young or old for all forms of hcadacho and neuralgia cial rates to commercial men Patronage is ATTORNEYS AT LAW Tu Propribtor S W OECIL Office over ExchaiiKO Bank respectfully solicited nflly rcliovcs tho pain in from 15 to 20 min Â¬ TOUK BACK ACHXS MYvlH St Jit Sterling Ky Or you are U worn out mlly Rood for nothing utes For salo on positlvo guarantee at This new hotel has Juwt been opened for Tim iiivillv rnlnltt ntil Try HUiNHrriebUUy wfi t1 M08neTi Powell Menifee guests Fiiro tho reception fiS Perrvian sleel pens offico or sent Kstpaid by sample rooms oflivery stable excellent good Wolfe Breathitt ltowan Magoffin and Mor HO HWS 1KOV It 1TTEK8 The Herald in connection gan counties and Superior L will wire yoi and vlv a good apputlta Sola Court and Court aro poki at this olllco nt 1U cents a dozen mail ou receipt of price 50 cents a box Bates reasonable by all MSm In lwtdfeUM au23 of AppcalB and thebeBt pencil in town nt5c apiece AJhtl V- A cyclone- nt Independence Tex re- cently did great damage Francoise Jules P Urovy of the French Republic i dead The American Bell telcphono com pany will pay a dividend of 3 a share Â¬ CiiAiura Point A Pitman of Mt Sterling j j Successful Meetlii Hindman Knott Co Ky Sept 11th 1801 A ANNOUNCEMENTS J 1891 I 1802 KENTUCKY CENTRAL RAILWAY ULUK U11A8S IIOUTK has been appointed to cadctship at West have just closed a weeks meeting at Haz- nnl Perry county The outlook at that point in my work is encouraging good attendance a respectable collection for local work and had two more confessions added to tho number of those who ac Â¬ cepted Christ during last meeting Held a three days meeting at Big Creek 7 miles southwest of Hazard Had thrco additions and arrangement for protract- 0 meeting at that place in next month 1 also held a short meeting nt Cornet school house with favorable results I arrived at this point last evening in good I am time to nnnounco night services very well pleased with my introduction to the people of this nosv town A largo audienco last night Everything as far as I can see bids fair for a successful meet- Â¬ ing Prof Clnrks school is doing a great thing for tho people of this town nnd im Â¬ mediate community I dont know just how long I will continue here I am ox pectiug to get homo in time for tho an nual meeting on tho 25th inst at Lee City and then you know I want to bo at tho Fair With best wishes for tho success of The Herald I am yours fra Â¬ D H Fallen ternally 1 Â¬ Editor Hazel Green Herald HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY zsM SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE FROM UENTRAL KENTUCKY I A 100 r 150 and 200 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ U Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -2- m Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rP9 d Â¬ Watches Jewelry Â¬ HAZEL GREEN Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ DENTIST Â¬ BETTMAN BROS Co F F - OliOf JUNG -t- Â¬ CO Â¬ Â¬ JYANKIE SEIP j Physician and Surgeon Utwood D Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fr Â¬ tttaiSU rl