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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f Jf LT liP a V vi H 1- - r mV i 1M SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor 1 1 Hazel Green Herald Of a Noisy World With News From All Nations Lumbring nt Hi3 Bnolc 100 A YEAR Alyvy in Advano fj SEVENTH YEAH HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY ICY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 25 1891 Editor Herald This lovely Sabbath morning according to promise finds mo with pen in hand for the purpose of con tributing a few thoughts to your much appreciated and valuablo paper which I trust will bo read with pleasure by yourself and others of my distant but valued friends in old Kentucky After having been a resident of this part of tho Nation for nearly two years I find it rapidly de Â¬ veloping into a first class community Society and morals on tho increase law Â¬ lessness and six shooters nlmost a thing of tho piist Thero aro persons of refine ment nnd intelligence from all parts of the States seeking and obtaining homes within our midst Tho law hero is well enforced though I feel confident it would bo a difficult matter to make some of my old Kentucky friends bolievo it Tho militia have been building air castles for a while but tho smoke of battle has long since cleared away in tho Chickasaw Na- Â¬ tion God reigns and tho government at Washington still lives and tho good citi- Â¬ zens of this Nation are still holding tho fort and tho prospects arc flattering that they will continuo to do so Corn cotton wheat oats vegetables and fruits grow to perfection here though I regret to say thero is great scarcity of the lat-Â¬ Orchards aro few for the Bimplo ter reason the land is not owned by persons Cotton is tho principle occupying it crop but is cut considerably short this year on account of tho ravages of the Tho grass is fine and the boll worm The acorn cattle are in fine condition crop is large which with the addition of a Hinall amount of corn means plenty of fat hogs and plenty of sausage Christ- Â¬ mas tho woods abound with swine so you see at a glance we are not aiming to add any to Mr Armours millions this Â¬ NUMBER 27 WE DO THE ANNIHILATION o Cliluknsitw Nntlon Â¬ OF o- - AaNsCLOTHING BUSINESS r t --3 Jb JbClCZ IN OENTRAL KENTUCKY JEl2 Ss Â¬ GREAT STOCK TAKING SALE OF CLOTHING -- rOPJAttMT -- 4ti u -- You can make your fare and at least 20 nor cent besides to como to Lexington and buy your Clothing SUITS AND OVERCOATS for Men and Roys from us Resides this wo offer you tho largest stock to select from that you can bco anywhere If you cant come writo and JkJi HIT OK CLOTHIfiHl iwCrti 4 t o AT o- - TELL US WHAT YOU WANT and well send wyou imnies to select r from a If goodH dont suit that wo sell or send v you w KivTUKiN uuu isxiJfisis4 v you want a suit miulo to order and it cant come let us know and woll send you samples and measuring blank with di Â¬ rections to tako your measure and well astonish you how cheap wo can make your clothes to order for you We bell wholesale and retail m JOUIS READ OUR PRICES Our 1 QU STBAUS IN at m m PRICE CUT TWO ONE PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE M KAUFMAN OO LEXINGTON iy yty KY READ OUR PRICES READ OUR PRICES 750 Suit worth 15 Our 10 Suit worth 20 Our 15 Suit worth 30 Our 20 Suit worth 40 Our Undershirt marked down to 50 Cents Our 1 Drawers marked down to 50 Cents Our 2 Undershirt marked down to 1 Our 2 Drawers marked down to 1 54 East Main Street fj Â¬ frrryyyvrjryvyT grtygyCTyyyy yyyf yy MW s BOYS DEPARTMENT All goods marked in Plain Figures Half which means 50 cents on the Dollar - lit VUt Will Vnt ft if W1IOIR8AIK AND RKTAIL DRAMtKB IN We will cut them in t AIT FAPE IANXNGS AND Good Summer Coats at 20 Cents INTESIOS DECORATIONS No 32 West h Fourth Street CINCINNATI Mens Seersucker Coats 50 Cents Worth 100 m r winter Now Mr Editor if I havent already trespassed upon your patience I would like to say something in regard to a se ries of meetings of one weeks duration that has just closed at our nearest place Our minister was Brother of worship of tho Christian order who E It Webb was born and reared on tho frontiers whose early life was ono of privation and hardship lived tho life of a cow boy from nine years old until manhood but fortunately during that tunc lie obtaiu ed a little pocket volume from some of his cow boy chums from which bo learn- Â¬ ed tho alphabet as they were not blessed with any kind of literature on tho frontBrother Webb is now 82 years of ier age has been in tho ministry just three years and claims nothing but tho saving Ho is simply a Bclf souls for his hire This is his first trip in our mado man midst which has resulted in much good seventeen being tho number that uni ted with tho church eleven new con- Â¬ verts and six reclaimed Surely Brother He has got tho Webb is a man of God majority of them in this locality with thoir shoulders to tho wheel moving tho Though ho has been ho good work on unfortuniate an to havo his lot cast among tho red men of tho forest I doubt whether there could bo one of greater talent found even in more favored lands Â¬ Â¬ W H MEARA 0 G President MITCHELL Secretary 0 Â¬ AlSUJtSidfr4itSjSLAijCrhAllt tmemmmz AJl AiiAXAAA yijaJpThis to select from lly is an opportunity once in a lifetime Re member you have the best assortment in Kentucky I Louis B rilk Gus Straus l Ladies Delightful Home Six Departments MUSIC Leading Clothiers of Lexington Ky mmm Location ENGLISH The umlerHlgncri taken plcanure in announcing that they havo just completed ar- Â¬ rangements with the American Hook Company that will enable him to sell tne school books adopted by the State Hoard of Kducation nt the following reduced rates 15 McCJufleys Small Primer W llayH new trut Arltumetic it 8Vf Second Arithmetic lteviscd Primer CO 17 Eclectic Speller Third Arithmetic 17 50 Key to Hiimo First Reader IJO 85 Second Header High Arithmetic 41 75 Kevtoname Third Header 50 55 McGuflcys 1st Eclectic- floornphy Fourth Header 1 10 2d Eclectic Geogrnihy 7o Fifth Header 1 30 d Eclectic acouroitliy 85 Sixth The above school book publications of t it American Hook Company aro wclhkiiowii Htandards and wo shall nt nil timcx have u full Hiinply on hand for mile to noIiooI ofiicerff tcncucrH or pupiln at tho prices named Uther hcIiooi Dookb puullMicd by the America Hook Company 137 Walnut Street Cincinnati xupplicd nt correspondingly low prices CO Iliuef Grcon Ky T DAY 1 GIEAFK SMOI BOOKS ii fe Superior Facilities for the Higher Education of Young First class in all appointments CLASSICS SCIENTIFIC Seeing is Believing tffUMWW -- 99 Central ART And a good lamp must be simple when it is not simple it is not good Simple Beautiful Good these words mean much but to see The Rochester will impress the truth more forcibly All metal trtttfYM in1 cAtmtACfl nn1 mnL cm Iioa niAMfl rtnt wjH umi ivauHvo1 mii Miauu ll bill WW JJtWVlD JHiJ it is absolutely safe and unbreakable Like Aladdins of old it is indeed a wonderful lamp for its mar- Â¬ velous light is purer and brighter than gas light softer than electric light and more cheerful than cither Iook rbrthUfttninp Tint Kociiirtrk If the Inmp denier linn nt the rHl He KocheMter nuil the ntyle you want kcikJ to uh for our new Illustrated catalogue niiit we will enri you n lump xnfcly by cxjirexn your choice of over itOOU vudctlcd from the Mtjnt mm Store in the Vqi Id KOUIIUSTim LAffltP CO 42 Park Place New YerK City -- COMMERCIAL New Buildings and Furniture S W for catalogue je208m Terms Reasonable Send PEARCY rresident WINCHESTER KY ma mtTcmwLt DEALER IN Respectfully OATifAiiiXfc KluctlMitrt aH Henry Hardware Queensware TinwareKLAgricultural best made Implements Evans Triple Harrows Vulcan Chilled Plows Whitelbyh Solid Steel Binderh and Plows 1 F Avkuy Soxs Stiel Mowers Stkmj Hill- MiTdmiiJj Cos Hall Cclumria Tiger and GranoerSulky Plows 8iiB next Hay Rakes Improved Malta Douhle Shovel Evaporators Iowa electa State officers and LegislaCooks Patent Pi ows Pioneer Cane Mill Havens ture Oliver Chill and South Bend Plow Fish Bros Celebrated Wamokb REIAIRfl Maryland elects State officers and Leg Waoon S Standard 0 Stoddards New Climax and Iwkii Jones U price- 600 with a Ton guar- islature and votes on six Constitutional written tho month of elections throughout tho United States and we herewith append a list of elections to bo hold on tho first Tues day after the first Monday in November November is now noted Â¬ Noviuler UU r i lie fi iuiictci i Â¬ Â¬ msssmmzmm HVL l IAZEL GREEN KY I l ku aukw Ak 1 Evans Diro Harrows 2 Scales - Â¬ iiorse Corn Planters antee for 5 yearH Cutlery Shears and Builders Hardware a Specialty house in ftihtarii Kentucky Th largest stock of Cook mid Heating Stoves of any East side rwtML JLWU N S Maysville Street MT STJSKLIISlx ill 6V if1 New York elects State officers Legis flVMf 1CjrrrAT17C I My nrrnntfcinciitu arc nch that I chii ruroIvU ToplMtUihwi r i Monumcnt j Jiii lJU Irom any kind of Marble or UrHHlte khh t the lature ten Supreme Court Justices and very lowet priceH Very rcspcctfiillyfc J W UIIAVIMI SEATING CAPACITY 150 Representative in the Teuth Congression Â¬ Hook- - New York CounU and at all HMonn Blue Points 8adHa al district Mobile CntintH Ohio elects State officers Legislature REGULAR MEAL 3D and votes on amendment to Constitution Meals to audition I SSSK Pennsylvania elects Treasurer and The most ihe finest1 in the world with eighteen toft h Miller Improve Attorney General and votes ott Constitu- Â¬ t V A tHQhtnents two large broiler tnl lv one of the kind in t tional convention and elecU delegate anything from a half a Ijeet to a iiii mi oi in umvm to same Virginia elecU half it LegUUtur Â¬ West Short Street A Model Restaurant in Almost Every Feature 12 ififSAialffifflVii Tlt9i4Lm1htmm Jmi iisJLiuniiM asyaisj stjBMi LEXINGTON KY amendments Massachusetts elects State officers and Legislature Mississippi elects three Railroad Com Â¬ hr And Trimmne of AH Kinds il missioners and Legislature Nebraska elects Associate Justice of am prepared to furnish on Hhort notice ami at low price COFFINS OF to iiih very iiiivhi t iiiriuin qomrnt cnwpcr tho Supremo Court and two Regents of KJMJa AND tilMvs trom tlie oiicnncMi of CnftitiM from A up van Iikvo A line iitHW HHtl I Price than yon enn buy the trimming the State University will deliver eolllus cheap New Jersey electH part of its Legisla- Â¬ mK AND DBALKK IK imezsmmmmi VI COFFINS CASKETS ture FURNITUEE OF ALL KINDS REFAIKBB xJi lju ivh oin iSanKodeJnlenSn TSv Ctnii - - tXt UUKJ juiw iwhWrixr dutdmaM tmi um mimim mwm Ra81fe iffy X tii case in nil his life and never will and a good while- slialy la hi llmtonnd mont living for herself and for tlmo aa whoso advocacy would bo enough to who had poor spells Is clled to leave If there wcro no eternity strive to bring sccuro tho cendomnation of Innocence the world and ono morning after ho her into tho kingdom of God as did tho day a Sabbath school teacher about Whoovor Aohlovoa Thorn Is a itself And tho professional Incom- Â¬ had read tho twentv thlrl Psalm closei othertho means of tho conversion who PEMOKR COOPER PuMttaer of a was Tho Lord Is my Shepherd ho petent crnwls up besldo tho prisoner Horo Worshlpod by AU Man- Â¬ holplessncss to rescuo despair and nn angel daughter of a man of Immense wealth when his eyes on this world T t UAZIL GREEN KY kind there ought to bo u strugglo nmong all who hnd been for many years appoint- Â¬ nnd tho daughter resolved to join tho and sho veent homo and tho best men of tho profession ns to who ed to wntch the old mans dwelling church Â¬ Father I am going to join tho llrnvo Mrtin tho Crentor Intended They should have the honor of trying to help cries upward tho news that the patri said THE BACK WINDOW Oh Nhould Aro of Heroin uriil ChrUt- ascending And church and I want 3 ou to come that unfortunate How much would archs spirit is about Ilke Mold Hormon by Itov T A Leaf front tlio IITo of ti Kliitl lleiirted tho twelve angels who keep tho twelve no he said I never go to church ouch nn attorney havo received as his DeWItt Tnlmiige 1 1 Womiill if I were Well said the daughter fee for such an advocacy Nothing in gates of Heaven unite In crying down In h city whore ninny of tlio homes of dollars but much every way in n happy to this approaching spirit of the old going to be married would you not go Dr Talmngo preached at Ocean consciousness that would make his own man And he said tho rich touch the abiding pi nces of the Come in and welcome for it to see me married poor lives n sweet and bountiful woman Grove N 1 on Sunday His text was life brighter and his own dying pillow has been told all over those celestial this in said she Well Oh yes 12 The people that do sweeter and his own Heaven happier whoso home In all that the word lm- - Daniel xl So he of more importance than Unit lands that you saved a man piles Hero Is cl eg nncc comfort and know their God shall be strong nnd do the consciousness that ho had saved a There sometimes como exigencies In went nnd hns gone evor since nnd a degree of luxury together with cheer exploits Ono morning a loves to go I do not know but that tho lifo of a woman man Antlochus Eplphane the old sinner fulness love and true kindliness The So thero are commercial exigencies few yenrs ago I saw in the newspaper faithful Sabbath sehool teacher not only furnishings In this home nro rich the came down three times with his army A very late spring obliterates the de Â¬ that there was a young woman in New saved a woman but saved a man There flowers aro rare and the library Is com- to desolate tho Israelites advancing mand for spring overcoats and spring York whoso pockctbook containing may be in this audience gathered ono time with a hundred nnd two ele Â¬ hats and spring apparel of all sorts S8733 had been stolen nnd sho had from all parts of tho world thero may posed of tho choicest selections On u morning when trees wore bare phants swinging their trunks this way Hundreds of thousands of people say been left without a penny at the begin- Â¬ bo a man whoso behavior toward wom- Â¬ and snow was piled about tho fences and that and 02000 infantry and 0000 It seems wo aro golfig to havo no ning of winter in a strange city and no anhood has been perfidious Hepent tho husband of the mistress who had cavalry troops and they were driven spring and we shnll go straight out of work And although she was a strang- Â¬ Stand up thou masterpieco of sin and never ceased to bo her lover ordered back Then tho second time he ad Â¬ winter into warm weather and we can er I did not allow tho 9 oclock mall to death that 1 imvy chargo you As far sent homo a quantity of beautiful ilow vanced with 70000 armed men nnd had get along without tho usual spring at- Â¬ leavo tho lamp post on our corner with- Â¬ as possible make reparation Do not crs Coming In later ho looked In tho been again defeated Hut tho third tire Or thero Is no autumn weather out carrying tho i875C and the case boast that 3011 havo her in 30111 power front windows expecting to see them time he laid successful siege until the tho heat plunging into the cold and the was proved genuine Now I have read and that she can not help herself but was disappointed and finding his navy of Homo came In with the flash of usual clothing which is a compromise all Shakespeares tragedies and all Vic- When that fine collar and cravat and wlfo said Tho ilowers 1 ordered their long banks of oars and demanded between summer nnd winter is not re tor Hugos tragedies and all Alexan- Â¬ that elegant suit of clothes comes off havnt come I see She smiled most that tho siege bo lifted And Antlochus quired It makes n difference in tho der Smiths tragedies but I never read and your uncovered soul stands before charmingly and leading him to a back Eplphancs said ho wanted time to con- Â¬ sale of millions and millions of dollars a tragedy thrilling than God you will be better off it 3011 save more window pointed to the beauties In a sult with his friends about it and 1op of goods and some oversanguino young that case and similar cases by that woman tono of vexation tills husband lover said illus one of the Koinan embassadors merchant is caught with a vast amount tho hundreds and thousands in There is another exploit you can do took a stalt and made n circle on tlio of unsalable goods that will never be all our large cities young women and that is to save a child But why hero A child Sllontly taking his hand and as si- ground around Antlochus Eplphancs salable again except at prices ruinously without 11101103 and without homo and does not seem to amount to much It lently wiping from her eyes tho tears and compelled him to decide before he reduced The young merchant with without work in tho great maelstroms is nearly a year old before it can walk she led him nearer to tho window and came out of that circle whereupon ho a somewhat limited capital is in a pre- Â¬ of metropolitan life When such a case at nil For the first year and a half it pointed to another and smaller window lifted tlio siege dicament What shall tho old mer- Â¬ comes under 3our observation how do can not speak a word For the first ten In tho poor house back of their own Some of tho Hebrews had submitted chants do as they see tho young man in 3ou treat it Get out of 1113 ways u0 3cars it would starve if it had to earn Thero Bat a bent old woman holding to tho Invader but somo of them re this awful crisis have no room in our establishment for its own food For the first fifteen 3ears tho hand of a gray bearded old man and sisted valorously ns did Eleazor when Hub their hands and laugh and say aii3 more hands I dont believe in its opinion on subject is absolutely both wcro looking eagerly liko chil- Â¬ ho had swines flesh forced into his Good for him lie might have known women airway tho3 ar a lazy idle valueless Andan3 then there are so many dren at tho bright blossoms Tho mis Â¬ mouth spit it out although ho knew he better When ho has been in business worthless set John please show this of them M3 what lots of children tress of the beautiful home smiled must die for it and did die for it and as long as we have ho will not load his person out of tho door Or do 3011 And some people havo contempt for through her tears and waved her hand others as my text says did exploits shelves in that way Ha Hal lie will compliment her personal appearance to tho old people and they both arose An exploit I would define to bo a heroic burst up before long He had no busi- Â¬ and say to her things which if nnj man children arc good for nothing but to They and bowed tho gray haired man In a net a brave feat a great achievement ness to open his store so near to ours said to 3our sister or daughter you wear out tlio carpets and break things stately manner while tho little old Well you say I admire such things anyhow Sheriffs sale lied flag in would kill him on the spot That is nnd keep 3011 awake nights citing woman threw numberless kisses but there Is no chance for me mine is a tho window How much is bid for one W113 and it is tried cveiy daj in tho Well your estimate of a child is quite Tho husband wus touched by the sort of humdrum life If I had an Anti these old fashioned spring overcoats large cities and many of those who ad different from that mothers estimate thoughtfulncBS of his wife and said ochus Eplphancs to fight I also could and spring hats or fall clothing out of vertiso for female hands in factories who lost her child this summer The3 You nre right so far as date As evor you have done well While 1 do exploits What do I hear in the way of a and for governesses in families have took it to the salt air of the sea shore looked for my Ilowers where they would great wars arc concerned There will bid I proved themselves unfit to be in and to the tonic air of the mountains Absurd Four dollars make tho greatest display you have put probably be no opportunity to distin- can not tako that bid of SI a piece any place outside of hell Hut but no help came and Â¬ them where they will eheer two lonely guish yourself in battle Tho most of Why these coats when first put upon there is another v13 and I saw it ono graph of its life ended the brief para Suppose that poor old people Now tell your thought Â¬ the brigadier generals of this country the market wcro offered at Sl each day in the Methodist Hook Concern in lifo could bo restored 13 purchase less husband what prompted you to do would never havo been heard of had it nnd now I am offered only S4 Is that asew 1 oric whero a young woman ap how much would that bereaved mother not been for tho war this all Five dollars do I hear Going at plied for work and the gentleman in give She would take all the jewels Neither will you probably become a that Gone at The charming mistress colored very and ho takes the tono and manner said in substance her muoh at this delicate compliment for great inventor Nineteen hundred and whole lot Tho young merchant goes My daughter we employ women here from put fingers and neck and bureau and them down And if told sno wus extremely modest but she sat ninety nine out of every two thousand homo that night aud says to his wife but I do not know of an3 vacant place in that that was not enough she would by his sldo and told how one day she inventions found in the patent oilico at Well Mary we will havo to movo out our department You had better in Â¬ had soon tho little old woman weeping Washington never yielded their authors of this house and sell our piano The quire at such and such a place and I take her houso and make over the deed and tho stately old man sitting with enough money to pay for tho expenses old merchant that has had an evil eye hope 3ou will be successful in getting for it and if that was not enough sho would call in all her investments and showed head and how until evening of securing the patent So you will on mo singe I started has bought out all something to do Here is my name put down all her mortgages and bonds thoy had seemed very miserable The probably never be a Morse or an Edison that clotting and ho will havo it reju Â¬ and tell them I sent 3011 The em Â¬ and if not next morning tlio mistress had had or a Humphrey Davy or an Eli Whit- Â¬ venated atrdoiext year put it on the barrassed and humiliated woman would told that wasmade enough she over all my I have sa3 brought from the conservatory and put ney There is not much probability market as new while we will do well seemed to give way to Christian ecm propert and if I can have that child Â¬ in tho window an azalea In full bloom that you will bo tho one out of tho hun if wo keep out of the poor house The fidence She started out with a hopeful Not long after sho saw tho aged couple dred to achieve extraordinary success young man broken spirited goes to look that I think must have won for her back I will now pledge that I will toil with my hands and carry with tnndlmx inJbelr window and looking in commercial or lojral or medical or hard drinking The young wife with a place in which to earn her bread I at tho plant They were Mulling and literary spheres What then Can her baby goes to her fathers house and rather think that considerate and Chris- Â¬ m3 own shoulderr in any kindÂ¬ of hard work and live in a celscorned to havo forgotten their sorrow you have no opportunity to do exploits not only his store wiped out but his tian gentleman saved a woman lar and die in a garret Onl3 give mo 1 am going to show that there are three home of tho provlous day but tho mistress of New York and Brooklyn ground up bnck that lost darling his morals and his prospects for lnin glad tho beautiful home was not satisfied to opportunities open that aro grand two worlds this and tho next And last 3ear about 80000 young women do this little cheering deed She went thrilling far reaching stupendous nnd devils make n banquet of fire and fill and would like to grind up as ma 113 this there are those who know something of to them in all her kindness of heart overwhelming They nro before you their cups of tfill and drink deep to the year Out of all that long procession the value of a child Its possibilities and asked them what sho could do to now In one If not all three of them health of tho old merchant who swal- of women who march on with io hope are tremendous What will those hands you may do exploits The three great Â¬ lowed up the young merchant who got for this world or the next battered and 3et do Where will those feet 3et lighten their sorrow Then it was that hhe learned their est things on earth to do are to save a stuck on spring goods and went down bruised and scoffed at and thing off the walk Toward what destiny will that story and thon they told her that the man or save a woman or save a child That is ono way and some of 3 011 havo precipice ndl oiio but what might have never diing soul betake itself Shall those lipsbc tho throne of blasphemy During the course of his life almost tried it only brightness that came to them in been saved forjthomo aud God and or benediction Come chronologlst overy man gets into an exigency is their miserable lodgings was through Hut thero is another way Tho Heaven Hut good men aud good wom Â¬ her back windows They also told caught between two fires Is ground be Â¬ young merchant who found that he en are not in that kind of business and calculate the decades on decades Â¬ the centuries on centuries of its lifehow tho crippled boy in the next room tween two millstones sits on the edge had miscalculated in laying in too Alas for that poor thing Nothing but time Oh to savo a child Am I not nnd tho feeble mother in tho room of some precipice or in some other way many goods of ono kind and tho thread of that sowing girls needle right in putting that among tho great above wore moved each day so that comes near demolition It may bo a been flung of the unusual season held her and tho thread broke exploits thoy might see whatever brightness the financial or a moral or a domestic or a is standing behind tho counter feeling I have heard men tell in public disbeautiful homo and its mistress had for social or a political exigency You very blue and bitinjv his finger nails course what a man is Hut what is TAKE AN AIR BATH sometimes see it in court rooms A or looking over his account books woman thorn Until somo ono shnll give a When You Feel Out of Sorts Will It Set Von It Is needless to say from that time young man has got into bad company which road darker and worse every better definition I will tell 3011 what ItiKht AkuIii tho lives of tho two old people were and he has olYcuded tho law nnd ho is time ho looks at them and thinking woman is Direct from God a sacred Every woman has evil hours when All blushing and confused niado pleasantor by frequent visits arraigned how his young wife will have to be put and delicato gift with affections so she is too restless to keep still nnd too from tho husband of the dear mistress he is in tho presence of judge and jury in a plainer house than sho over ex great that no measuring line short of dull aud heavy to do anything She nolthor of whom were satisfied to con Â¬ nnd lawyers He can be sent right on pected to live in or go to a third rate that of the infinite God can Ml their says she is nervous Her color loses its fine thomselvcs to window kindness In tho wrong direction Ilo Is feeling boarding house whero they have tough bound Fashioned to refine and soothe freshness her eyes So In our overy day lives our best op disgraced and ho Is almost desperate liver and sour bread five mornings out and lift and irradiate home and cociety expression all its their brightness her delicacy Sho looks Let tho district attorney overhaul ot the seven An out merchant comes and the world Of such value that no a coarser and portunltlos do not always He near our less intelligent individual Well Toe this hns been one can nppreciato it unless his mother Now tho latest front windows Tho hurried passer by him as though ho were an old offender in and says may not appreolato tho richness and lot tho ablest attorneys at tho bar re- a hard senson for young merchants and lived long enough to let him understand this distemper is remetby proposed for tho air bath Lock brightness so freely shown but many fuse to say a word for him because ho this prolonged cool weather has put it or who in some great crisis of life your doors if 3011 would test it tho next weary llvos may bo cheered by tho can not atford a considerable fee let many in tho doldrums and i have been when all else failed him had a wife to time the blues declare themselves and tho judge give no opportunity for pre Â¬ thiuldng of you a good deal of late for reinforce linn with a faith in God that flowers placed in our back windows talcing an air bath senting tho mitigating circumstances just after I started In business I once nothing could disturb Speak out 30 disrobe entire Anna I Payne lit Ladies Homo Jour- Â¬ in hurry up the case and lustlo him up to got Into the samo scrape Now if cradles and tell of the feet that rocked tenthe sunshine if possible for five or nal minutes This will act as a total Â¬ Auburn or Sing Sing If ho live seven- thero is any thing I ean do to 3ou and tho anxious faces that hover alterative to tho oppressed restless ty years for sovonty years ho will bo help you out I will gladly do over you Speak out ye nurseries of HE WANTED IT STOPPED It doe a criminal nnd each decado of his life it Hetter just put those goods all Chrlstondom and ye homes whether state of the nervous system better than They Didnt Mention SonMoIuiei When will bo blacker than its predecessor out of sight for tho present desolate or still in full bloom with the has already a water bath which if ono Thoy Hold Hint tt Ticket been taken in the morning In the interregnums of prison life ho and next season wo faces of Tho captain of ono of tho steamships can get no work and he Is glad to break about them I will will plan something help mo wife mother and daughter and can not be nlways repeated with per- Â¬ to define holp you to plying between hero and Italy winch u window glass or blow up a safe or goods that youcan sell for mo on somoÂ¬ as geographers what woman Is Hut fect safety After tho air bath dress comtell us arrived at this port a day or two ago play tho highwaymen so as to get bnck mission and I will go down to ono of of the sea correspond that the depths again slowl3 donning completely fresh with with ovor six hundred emigrants tellstt within tho walls where ho can the wholesale houses and tell them that of tho mountains I havo the heights linen and some crisp and rather new rather amusing story of a heated inter Â¬ get something to cat and hide himself I know you and will back yon up and that a good womanhood isto tell you gown Tlio freshness of external attire not higher view held between himself and one of from tho gavo of tho world if you want a few dollars to bridge up than bad womanhood is deep down is infallibly soothing tliem on tho voyage across Another suggestion worth caroful Why dont his father como nnd holp over tho present I can you havo Tho grander tho Tho vessol had been out n few dnys him His father Is dead Why dont them He as economical letas you can tho conflagration place tho more awful noting when you nro feeling nnd look Â¬ that destroys Tho and had encountered some heavy seas his mother come and help him She is keep a stiff upper lip and remember grander tho steamer Oregon it mora ing dull eyed nnd ugly bears indirectly tho upon tho value morning that calmer weather dead Whero is all tlu ameliorating and that you have two friends God nnd terrible her going 4The first down just off the coast hair down and of massage Tako yourprovallcd ono of tho steorago passen Â¬ salutary influence of socioty moisten the scalp thorThey myself Good morning Tlio old Now I gers appeared for tho first time above do not touch him Why did not some merchant goes away nnd the young bled a should not wonder if you trem otignty wun some gootl but harmless little deck and with a face as white as a one long ago in tho ease understand man goes behind his desk nnd the tears bility when I with a sense of responsi halrdrcsslng preparation Then with say that thero is hardly captain1 aheot approached tho that there was nn opportunity for tho roll down his checks It is the first a person in this houso brt may have an the tips of tho fingers work tho mois- Â¬ ture well into tho This has got to stop ho said an- Â¬ exploit which would bo famous in time he has cried Disaster made him opportunit to savo a woman It may hair out afterward scalp and comb tho grily with slow soft Heaven a quadrillion of years after the mad at everything and mad at man in your case bo dono by good advice or What has nskod tho captain in earth has become scattered ashes In is arl mad at God Hut this kindness by financial help or by trying to bring regular movements Thiswell excellent surprise Why did not tho molts him and tho teursseem torollevo to bear somo ono of a thousand Chris- Â¬ treatment for tho hair as as being tho last whirlwind This feeling of doath When T district attorney tako tho young man his brain and his spirits rise from ten tian influences If for instance you incomparably roroshlng to the whole bought my ticket I was told it inoluded into his private oflleo and say My below zero to eighty In tho shade and find a woman in financial distress and person meals but I cant keep any food down son I see that you nro the victim ot ho comes out of tho crisis If you afterward do up Iho hair in breaking down In health and spirits New it has got to stop captain or else circumstances This Is your first crime some way that differs slightly from the years attor young Auout now I want my passago money back You You nro sorry 1 will bring tho porsou merchantthreo into tho old this chants trying to support Is her childreninvalid manner customary with you you will goes mot that her husband dead or nn eaa not brenkyour contract in this fash Â¬ you wronged Into your presence nnd store and sav s Well nn old friend doing that very important nnd honor- find suddonly that your nerves uro more ion with me quiet that your 0303 have parted you will apologize nnd make all tho I was this morning thinking over what able workbut apprIt took all of tho captains Ingenuity reparation you can nnd I will give you you did for 1110 threo years ago You eciatedkeeping which is little houso Â¬ thoir dullness and that you look withÂ¬ altoa boarding taPlfy Mm during tho rest of tho trip another chance helped mo out of an awful crisis In my whero all tho guests according as thoy gether normal oneo more N Y Re- Â¬ N Y Herald Or that young man Is presented in coimnorolal history I learned wisdom pay small boardor propoue without pay- Â¬ corder tho court room and ho has no friends prosperity has come and tho pallor has ing any board at all o decamp aro A community ah is KnfVrred to the Umpire present aud the judce says Who is gone out of my wifes cheeks and tho critical of every thing and hard to people can never of Idle thriftless fVlkt am Uufy quarreling alout I roses that wore there whon I courted please busy yourself in trying to got A community of hopo for prosperity Aud ho answers your counsel physical or moral Ihfctfliy Vm vampires decision have none And the judge says Who her in her fathers house havo bloomed her more patrons and toll her of di- Â¬ dyspeptics can never succeed in secur- Â¬ 11171 1 3JA i V young mans case And again and my business is splendid and vw diwanr t wkBiiHia1 Yea if you see a -ing happiness i rv - t v ne m will take this halt and no one offers I thought I ought to let you know that vine fcympathyfortune and with all wom Â¬Â¬ morals religion A community In which i there U a dead an favored of kindand fif jWK wuai urn after a while the judge turns to you saved a maul In a short time ly surroundings finding in the hollow contempt or ignored law are held In laowe attorney vrho aever had a good af tur the old merchant who kad been flaUerlea of the world her chief regale- - iccb orucr and progrccan never have 4 v A - P H W Hazel Green Herald EXPLOITS m J1 PfTi Â¬ K i fc Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ X Â¬ M It Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ k 1 -- A Â¬ jwwi y rii A 1 tj y f i e nt fief s J n c t lfik A j K DEMOCRACY AND LIBERTY opera ng skill It puzzles him ox CUTTING CORN FODDER Q0MD3 flOtJSf He finds he has got somo AGRICULTURAL HINTS Ono of tJio Clrcnt Truth Kmmcliitcil by tremelv TN A Icil That Kcpfl Itro Stock In Godil thing more on his hands thnn u cuso ot Mr Mills OAMPTON Condition In tho Winter SETTING STRAWBERRIES are democrats and dlunoenvts carefully diagnosed invalidism There Oood corn foddor is one of tho Cheap Â¬ The national executive committeo 1 As purty lines aro drawn men divide S 8 COMBS FxoraiXMX r Securing SolMtonewul by est mid best rough feeds on the farm can hardly bu subjected to the treat Â¬ Tm Form from instinct from prejudice from Moulin of ltumitim In making the necessary grain tho fod Â¬ Tli patronage of the kavtlku MVIf self interest from till mutincr of mo- Â¬ ment of industrious rumors f sickThoro arc two distinct ways of re der is grown so that the only item of mpeotAilly solicited TAblt tk MCml Hut whenever in this mussing ness It is a maehino that is not af- Â¬ newing strawberry plantations tive1 tho expense is tho cutting shocking up and etery atteatlon for the emfrt f gmk men nlonjf the lines of opposing flicted wttlullriglith disease of mental ono which Is generally preferred of and con- Â¬ ideas there is found a man who loves malady It is a very robust and rug adopted being simply transplanting hauling out Yet when thoro is a siderable acreage this Is qulto a task so FRED KELLAM god body of men and tho only trouble it democratic principle for its own sake WITH nnd the other somo form of much so that in many cases u sulllcleiit who sees how men may become freer with its pulse is that It does not beat by the agency of runners An ob quantity cannot bo gathered nt tho and befnjj freer better whose reason for Harrison M S TIMMONDS jection tp tho latter Is tho continued oc- Â¬ right stage to bo of tho best quality The irony of it all is to bo found in cupation of tho takes firm hold on tho few grout truths same pteco of ground without hiring oxtra help To u con- Â¬ of liberty mid progress which are true any contemplation of tho party cham Â¬ tho fertility being partly exhausted by siderable extent the quality or vuluu of always because they underlie human pionship of civil service reform and tho previous growth This objection feed is largely determined by tho ago O PORTSMOUTH ap8ly nature and whofhas the couragc to sttch like virtuous sohomos of ofllco nmy bo in a groat degree remedied by at which it is cut and tho manner of stand for the truth he sees there is holding Clarksons fine work on pres copious and skillful manuring nnd if curing and storing away 25 PER WEEK SALARY found a man whose work makes the idential candidates is a study in tho the soil has been found by trial to bo As with much other farm work ma Â¬ Wanted Good Agents to skll own world bettor In his own generation and lino of political complexity and manip- especially benefited by some particular chinery will not only lesson tho labor General merchandise N for all generations to come There ulation And Dudley arid Quay hnvo fertilizer tho plant will bo improved but allord a much better opportunity PEDDLINO line of SALARY WILL BS AlJOVE oan be no higher aim in life than to do only resigned so that they may be free by an addition of it to the barn manure of getting tho work done In good sea PAID TO FOB JTU AGENTS LIVE to practice tho peculiar arts with A the work of such a democrat mode adopted by a cultivator in Can Â¬ con With a corn harvester two men THER INFORMATION ADDRESS Speaking at Iowa City as an Ameri- Â¬ which their names are already glo ada and reported to a fruit growers and ono horse will put from six to CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO can democrat to the people of a state riously identified Clarkson Quay and meeting was found to havo somo par- eight aeres of corn in tho shock mil in 178 W Van Burcn St Ohioaoo III who have been cursed with tho oppres Dudley make a great trio and their ticular advantages Tho rows were this way a considerable quantity of sion of benevolent bigotry Hon ltoger performances may well be watched s6t f o u y foot good feed can bo secured in o short MATLOOK Mills has enunciated one of these with interest apart and when time and at a comparatively small HENRY with It is very fine work that is being great truthH of liberty and progress ronowln g was cost Too much fodder is allowed to a a foruo and clearness that could done In the workshop of republican with as desired tho old got too ripo beforo cutting So far ns MCMILLAN HAZEN CO TOff rows were rolled Is psosiblo TG have come only from clear insight ami politics at this early opening of the it will bo best to begin cut Â¬ iV an entire conviction of its paramount next national campaign They are no over an d not ting when tho grain begins to harden i WHOLESALE i importance The great error of pro- prentice hands that are busy at tho plowed up and well Hoston tJlobo hibitory legislation he said is that job tho trench thus The size of tho shocks should bo deÂ¬ it locates virtue and vice in the physical THE POPULAR PARTY formed was termined largely by tho management BOOTS AND body that it puts temperance and in filled with fine to bo given If as is often done tho temperance in the llosh overlooking Democratic Methods Approved by 1ro- manure tho old fodder is to stand in tho field until it ia 5Avr RrcsslvH Atncriounri KNOXVILLE TENN tho fact tluvt th 03 live in heart and plants sond i n g hauled out and fed to tho stock It will That the democratic party is essential viLJ mind in tho immaterial part on which thoir rpunors bo best to put up in largo shocks whllo as law caii lay no hand that the great ly the party of tho people has been over it and tak Â¬ if It Is to bo hauled in and stored uuder work of reform is to reach ones self shown in various ways by tho enactMr Wf t ing strong hold shelter as soon as it is sufllcieutly f4rTho above goods aro handled by J T ment of popular measures by judi- Â¬ JIuzcl Green Ky and not another next season tho best IH Vl Tho old row was cured small shocks are much out there in administration and Tils is the very fundamental truth of cious economy such where fodder Is left standing tho ffMM w rv t v jT new reforms as democracy and liberty Were it false by furthering cut out and tho is always more or less damaged fodder 3 h UV may benefit the people It has on two liberty would be forever a false pre- Â¬ now plants giv- Â¬ on tho outside of the shocks The rain tense self government for all time a notable occasions voiced a prevailing en entire posses- Â¬ snow wind and sun bleach and evapo Â¬ dream impossible of fulfillment and public sentiment which is likely to sion Another rate a good portion of tho nutriment In the progress of humanity a more vanity take practical shape In time in a con Â¬ modo is to plow the stalks so that It is qulto an item to and iigmentof the imagination It must stitutional amendment the election of t ho ground lessen tho amount that is exposed to via 1 be true for were it not nou were inero United States senators directly by tho which has becomo densely filled with these elements as much as possible brutes born to oppress e ieh other and people Gen Palmer was nominated strawberry plants leaving a strip six and this is tho advantage In putting up to live forever by fraud ud force ap for senator at the democratic stato inehes wide of tho old plants which in largo shocks Sixteen hills sltiaro AND plied againsfc fiaoh other under the law convention of Illinois and to tho linn will form a narrow matted row and is not too large Hut when it Is to bo stand taken by that convention is filling tho shallow- furrows with lino hauled in under shelter as soon as pos Â¬ that governs in all pandemoniums largely due tho election of such a ster- Â¬ old manure Another mode of self sible eight or ton hills square is large It is true that men are born free ling democrat Tho Maryland demo planting is represented by Fig They might have been hori with no and enough Nos 131 138 RAOE STREET power ot choice between good and evil cratic convention took a like course in which will be usqful Jy small beds With good shelter cattle sheep and Â¬ but tWy were left free to choose b unanimously nomlmnting Senator Gor- All the runners are cut oil but two horses can bo kept In good thrifty con Â¬ CINCINNATI O man for uifer to learn and so advance in the fills In tho position ho Jiow so ably immediately after tho gathering of dition all winter with very Httlo grain both cases the sentiment of tne the crop These two set each a now and consequently at a low cost if tho slow processes of titnb to somu great cncMo be achieved through thnr lib- party iniyeryimportnntydireetion wasa plant The middle row after fruiting fodder is of good quulity or If the fod- Â¬ THE KRUSE 5 BAHLMAN erty Wecan see what they are guess clearly and unequivocally expressed may bo cut out Still another mode wo der is cut up lino and a omull quantity and loft deals what they have been and so arrive at or no exeuso Hy for legislative democra- havo used where wo havo a few rare of oil meal and bran added this class auctions this means the plants to bo removed to another place of stock can be kept thrifty during tho some faint idea of the progress they tic-party avoids what might prove a m the same garden is represented by winter and much food that is allowed Â¬ have already made through the suffer source of Square cavities aro made with to go to waste can be used In thia way ing incident to their freedom but wo legislativescandal and bitterness The Fig auction which in many and thus much grain bo saved to feed We know not yet what they shall be COmPANY- the election of a United to fatteningstock St Louis Kopnblic can only know that their progress de Â¬ states precedes is one of tho most obpends on their liberty and that he oes States senator 11 15 and 17 West Pearl Street STUBBLE BREAKER noxious features of our political sysmost for the advancement of humauity tem A stato convention is much near Â¬ A HonuMimrio Implcmont Which SiiimH to who dons mot to make it free CINCINNATI O tins people than tho average legis- Work Wo II Knoiif h And if there is one truth which more er lature and in the absence of such ade- Tho accompanying sketch given a than nil others can make and keep sirablc reform as the direct election of i good idea of a homemade stubblo-break-o- r free it is this that the rout imn senators tins democratic plan ot a aRTlie wholesales trmlo of Eastern Ka and leveler to use after sowing grain no 2 work oijjif praxis to roach ones solJC J convontiorifis a mostlnd- Tho inventor of it J Floinerfolt Som Â¬ tucky is respectfully solicited and notTanotlieri It is within the1 nomination in Had it boon tried in this the spado in regular rows and then the erset county N T writes us that It power of every man in his lifetime to mirable oneyears ago f Mr Evarts or plants aro lifted with a mass of earth works best on a mowing when the state some deprive himself of tho power to choose Mr lliscock would never have gone to on thorn and placed in position in the stubble is frozen as then it breaks it evil rather than good Every man is Washington Neither would Quay or new bed This work may bo done any capable of self government If he will Cameron have succeeded in Pennsyl time in the year when tho ground is lie can live without wronging himself Wo havo had ripo vania without a struggle Tho or others Hut as a matter of human democratic methodharda deadly blow at not frozen six weeks after early berries spring is in this way nature men will not until experience the infamous legislative auction and planting Caution is necessary in forces thorn to it Always thoy find should bo demanded by the people in adopting this mode on adhesive or 4SGMPANY- n aanmimXnJuwrmtuummmimM nn mum iiYiii1gov- Â¬ it easier to govern others than to heavy soils not to press it with the HOMKMADIS HTUIIULi llIIKAKKIt ern themselves to force others than to every instance Albany Argus spado with such firmness as to make it Instead of so re POINTS AND OPINIONS lorce themselves like pipe stems Tho breaker is made Wliolesale Dry Goods Notions compact solid or adhesive forming themselves in heart and intel Â¬ These different methods have various of a two or thrco inoh plank and with The one word from Hlaino which lect that Jhoy can becomj a power for advantages but it should bo borne in pieces bolted on tho top so that a 101 101 and 105 W Fourth Street good oyr others through tho strength iWouldshow hiinJto be outoftho ruu- - mind tho plants exhaust the soil hinge can be attached it works well on of intellectual nnff moral- force thoy filing for the preside ncy isnot yet pro- more that or less nnd require tho annual uneven ground and is easily taken leave their own hearts and minds duced N Y World CINCINNATI O Bouth Side application of manure or fertilizers apart in storing away Hciug eighteen Â¬ Tljo growings republican disposiungovorned that they may use over Hut the most perfect growth and es- Â¬ foot long it works fast and is not hard the bodies of others the brute tion to spell reciprocity with a big It pecially required for marketing and for tho team To take it to the field force of Iav tor more jails more and protection with a lower case p is a berries of the finest quality aro to bo unhook tho chain at h and draw It endÂ¬ shackles iuqo clubs more bayo- feature of tho Ohio canvass wtichf dis obtained only by making now bods by wise Tho hinge should bo ono of those bettered turbs Major McKinley Allkiny Argus transplanting into rioh fresh nets The world can never be with an eye and key to take apart easThe more famUiarthe Amcricam so for the netturmerit of humanity soil If done as soon as the crop ily American Agriculturist must come through the betterment of people become with tho Mclvinley law has been gathered say about the midits heart and mind which no force of thi more determined they are to rele- dle of summer when the soil is sufIlono Mutnrlal for Hvrinn Coal wood or cob ashes and llmo aro club or bayonet can compel to choose gate to the background tho party that ficiently moist tho3 will come forward tho good Men remain free in heart is responsible for Its passage X 0 nnd make a good growth through au all valuable for hogs but euro Is es Â¬ und mind in spite of oppression which Delta tumn and bo nearly as forward as if sential as to which should bo used un Â¬ There is a movement among re- set out tho previous spring They may der tho various conditions Very littlo only weds them more Irmly to their own wrong and makes it les possible publican politicians to rovivo the force bo sot iv month later cutting oil all tho hard coal slack or coal ashos or bill as an issue in 1812 Tho general old and largo leaves and preserving slacked llmo should bo used Wood for them to roaoh the right is more desire of the workers In that party tho freshly applied moisture in tho soil ashos or charred wood aro seldom lia- Â¬ Tho remedy for every wrong Nos 71 and 70 Main Street right for every oppression greater scorns to be to discuss anything rather with a fine mulch of manureCountry ble to bo dangerous On prairie farms Chicago tho Mclvinley bill CINCINNATI1 0 and elsewhere as well It Is usually safe freedom Only as men are free can than Gentleman and advisable to burn all tho corn cobs they govern themselves only as they Times remaining from tho hogs food supply FARM AND GARDEN Tho contemplated raid on the become capable of self government are MEYER If tho corn has been fed in tho ear It Is they useful in their own generation and national treasury vault at Washington Whkdk ono has a small plat and pre- Â¬ imperative that tho cobs should bo wrrrr instruments in workingout the redemp- which has just been unearthed was no fers to grow ilowers the soapsuds will work of somo of the Ueed bo found excellent If thrown around raked into piles and burned until thor- Â¬ tion of humanity from tho curse of doubt tho force and fraud of ignorance and un- congress who have discovered that thoy tho shrubs and bushes but tho surfnee oughly charred At this stage If about necessary suffering And wherever a went away and left something Illi- of the ground should not bo allowed to one sixth the bulk of charred cobs in shelled corn and Us much oats Is added 0 JOIlDEKS IN 9 democrat is found proclaiming these nois State Register Â¬ and allowed to parch thoroughly now on the bake or becomo hard WithiS0fl4 names truths his voice is as that of one cryWhkx a plant produces seed It will und tho mixture is then cooled down Hardware Agricultural Implements ing in the wilderness that the way of pension list 120 ISO claims to bo uctcd not aftorward make an attempt to with water a valuable diet is furnished liberty lntty be prepare and the paths On nOW CCTUUCUVi imuiJJB uluu iuvu ilowers tho hogs of all ages which can bo proÂ¬ OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS STOVE flower 01 progress mauc siraigat MALTA PLOWS FOSTER CO ai iouis of 1000 per day and no8afctyryalvpJn profusely Ptuisics which boar by Republic COOKS MILLS EVAPORATOR the whole concern it isiprotty easy o picking thoshould bo kept clean this vided overy week of tho year as a rule Ilowers off dally If with safety This Is a bettor use of CHAMPION REAPERS MOWERS seo that somethinga little out of the STODDARD AND ACME HARROWS is not done tho supply of flowers will cobs than grinding into meal to be fed THE REPUBLICAN WORKSHOP common run Is ahead N Y World DOORS AND HASH A SPECIALTY soon fall off with the meal in a hard condition When a republican orator in Ohio Somo Ilno Tinkering by Throo Srut Noi 110 112 Second Street Tiik rules that apply to beef cattle Cor Judd Furmor or anywhero else undertakes to rate Oly IRONTON OniO Worltinoii apply to somo extent to poultry ra sod Tiiu Common Dnolc No doubt by this time Vresldent his party as the honest money party for their flesh A fowl to bo profitable ruero is no prout mmio on tno com Harrison has discovered that it is of no it will bo well to call his attention to for this purpose must bo near tho Â¬ DO YOU WANT TO SAV1 further political use to ask of his see a declaration made by tho repub ground that is the legs should bo mon puddle duck since the Iokins have scriptural licans of Harrisons own state in thnir short and thick Long logged fowls been introduced as the common kind FROM 25 to CO OENTS ON EVERT rotary at Har Harbor tho DOLLAR YOU SPEND If bo writ invention of 1S00 Tho declaration aro not only small but of hlow growth question Art thou in health my Ex President Clovo- - aro not desirable was as follows To secure the largest returns from ron our Illustrated CAtaloou brother Til an v small fruit grovvers havo been For an ailing candidate the magnetic land by messages to Congress strongly dissatisfied with tho dowhurry on ac- ducks thoy must be in tho markets at CONTAlNINO ILLUSTRATIONS ANDJtIOl a certain period and ns tho common OF KVKUYTIIINO WANUPAOTUJtKD IX man makes a dreadfully healthy rival opposed all legislation favorable to its tronblesoriio habit of manufactur The invalidation play on tho part of silver coinage and tho law recently count ofA Pennsylvania cultivutor has ducks grow too slowly to come In early Tin United States atILLUSTXATIOyS Â¬ growth 10000 PRICES In spito tho administration is over It has enacted was passedopposition of- - per trained his bushes upon a light wire thoy do not bring high prices Thq ers LINV 3 KEPBESENT1JD OATALOOUJB ALL Under Poklns nro the favorite market ducki found it as impossible to repress tho Blstont democratic and thus overcome all diffi- Â¬ and begin to come in about tho begin Â¬ ma1lkd pkeb ok application Hlaino impulse with tho fiction of its boueflcont influence silver has rap- Â¬ trellis of cultivation Address ning of May the choicest weighing five phys cal and mental Incapacity us it Is idly upproachod tho god standard of culties Ik you are going to buy a cow for pounds each furm products are ml van ing In Crossing with Pekln qHICAGO GENERAL 8UPPLT COl to stwt a Harrison boom on tho basis value know of drakes has not been satisfactory the No 178 Wwr VAN RuW 6 of tho presidential speeches made on price and commerce is feeling tho im your dairy tost her first Wo to CHICAGO ILL buy a pure brecdrt giving tho best results will h dairyman that when about pulse of increased prosperity It tho continental itlnorary annually cow rides through the country gather Â¬ Farm and Fireside Hut it is tho wheel within tho wheel add moro than 850000000 milk from the cows that causci the present peculiar whirr of sound currency to the amountla la ing samples of Ho tosts the milk at A rlTTlK oat and barley make a cmAWTnKnrRv h a offered for sale and in republican politics Tho Quay circulation among the paoplo frpe f hi homo and buH accordingly H good ration lor the fowl tlmt am W fea long prudent step toward for i mu Clarkson and Dudley trlumvlrato is riM kept for breeding i lyilf waluMi moauy out of kls dairy Y Time MoU Fif r only 10 plecp of machinery beyond Harrlsoaa 4Uf Oil f w r iiwwwuwwwy IT Â¬ Â¬ i self-renew-- al Â¬ Wholesale Grocers Â¬ r Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ti m Â¬ SHOES Â¬ w -- Â¬ fMSllll HARDWARE MARKS BROS MARKS - 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ a33L i the Â¬ GE W WAIVW - Â¬ - A Â¬ Â¬ GROSSMAN CO well-prepar- ed Â¬ w SCHLEUTKER Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Saddlery and Harness Â¬ Gus Â¬ Â¬ WMKERRG0 -- Â¬ cola-aKc-t- mmv iwiwwyt i i i Lf A Nv Hazel Gbeen Hekald 8PXK0KR COOPER - - Editor stead of to China ns has been tbo department To send Ibcm Unnndn is only to encourage mako continual efforts to cross until they finally succeed hold by back to tnem to the lino iinnDn HnflBHv stCTvtfvB livXv oBBKQl HH HAZEL GREEN V V fcV KY Friday - Sept 25 1891 LETTER WASHINGTON r Sept 18 18 Air Harrlwin lias been able to devoto very llttlo tlmo to private conferonco dince bin return to tbo Wbito House iw liis time hns been fully taken up with cullers of public prominence ninny of wbom havo taken advnntugo of a five minutes chat with n score of men in tbo room to sn n good word for u friend who is nn applicant for some one of the numerous desirnblo places now at Mr Harrisons disposal It is said that bo intimated to a gentleman that bo would not begin tbo consideration of tbo new Washington by cannot reach the diseased portion of tho ear There is only only onu way to cure deaf Â¬ ness and that Is by constitutional reme- Â¬ dies Deafness is caused by nn inflamed condition of tbo mucous lining of tho Eustachian Tube When this tube gets inflamed you havo a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entire- Â¬ ly closed Deafness is tho result and un Â¬ less tho inflamation can bo takon out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will bo destroyed forever nine cases out of ten aro cnused by catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condi Â¬ tio of tho mucous surfaces Wo will givo Ono Hundred Dollars for any cuho of Deafness cnused by catarrh that we cannot euro by taking Halls Ca- Â¬ tarrh Cure Send for circulars free Dtmfmt Cunt lin Cured local applications hs they GitizensNatioqal Bank WINCHESTER KENTUCKY PAID UP CAPITAL Mil mBSmmiM Jwv mrA 17500000 WASH MILLER PRESIDENT F J CHENEY CO PSiSlKRSSillJi J 411111 i S W WILLIS VICE PRESIDENT HI Toledo O Sold by druggists 75 cents MORGAN COUNTY A H HAMPTON CASHIER US judicial appointments until about tbo time Congress meets owing to tbo nioro pressing nature of otbor business TIio Court of Claims meets for the fall ncssion this day week and it would bo very dcsirnblo to have the vacancy upon its bench filled before that timo It is a position much sought after ns tbo duties are not arduous and the snlary is 0000 per your and tbo tenure for lifo All the besslons of this court are held hero in a commodious room on tbo ground floor of tbo Department of Justice Somo timo ago when Mr Harrison held that much talked of conference with Senator Quay bo partially promised the position not then vacant to a protege of tbo Sen a tor but it is now stated that owing to Mr Quay having siuco then openly pro- Â¬ nounced against Mr Harrisons nomina- Â¬ tion that his friend will not get the apÂ¬ pointment Tho two vacancies upon tbo Intewtnto Commorco Commission are said to bo causing tho Commission considerable em harassment and inconvenienco and a hint has beon given to Mr Harrison that early appointments will greatly pleaso tho other Commissioners It is regarded as almost certain that tho Democrat to bo appointed will bo from tbo South and ex Itcpresontativo Clements of Geor- Â¬ gia is belioved to stand tho best chanco of boing tho fortunate man Tbo Repub- Â¬ lican will it is thought bo taken from tho West but a closo personal friond of liis in Washington this week is author- Â¬ ity for tho statement that Mr Spooncr will accopt no Federal oMco na ho ex Â¬ pects to bo tho Republican candidato for Govornor of Wisconsin next year Mr Harrison also has two vacancies to fill in his Cabinot as tbo Attorney Gen Â¬ eral was forced to confess to an Indiana Republican who asked his ossistanco in gotting a seat upon tho bench of tho now Circuit court that ho bud himself ac cepted tho tender of a scat thereon which settled tho otbor Indiana mans aspira Â¬ tions most effectually This bus not been officially announced and probably will not be until tho Attornoy Generals resignation is handed in and when tiiat will bo will depend entirely on tho will and convenience of Mr Harrison Secretary Foster mado glad tho hearts of Sir Henry Wood Mr James Drodgo and Herr Wermuth tho Worlds Fair High Commissioners of Germany and Great Britain by assuring thorn that all tariff restrictions upon importations of foreign goods for exhibition at tho Fair would bo removed either by rulings of the Department or by special acts of Congress when it can bo dono in no other way These gentlemen afterwards called on Mr Harrison and told him how much the people of Germany and England aro interested in tho coming Worlds Fair Mr Wanamaker regards his schemo for an inspection of all tho post offices in a county by tho postmaster at tho coun Â¬ ty seat as an assured success Ho has al Â¬ ready received moro than 800 replies to kle circular letter many of thorn from Democratic postmasters aud in nearly every case the postmaster agreed willing- Â¬ ly to do the work asked of him Iudecd a number of them have mado tho inspec Â¬ tion and submitted their reports already Treasury department officials who havo to do with immigration matters aro much pint out by the decision made at Detroit Miefa tide week of Judge Swan which titty tiiliik will reeHlt in Hooding this ofcry with OkitMtueti who will come OMMwia they beiag allowed to QmmA ypon thejMypMit of 1 50 kadi held The feejk QJihiamaii Â¬ tyyft ad U oaofbt entttisf thk U retained Ma mur Iy virtue of a judgment and order of sale of tho Hickman Court of Common Pleas ut its July term in the consolidated causes of The Huntingdon bank and others ugainst Bowers und others I will on J MONDAY OCTOBER 5th 1891 At the Court House doorinCumpton Wolfe county Kentucky that being county court day expose to public sale to the highest und best hiddcr the following described real estate vis All that certain tract of one thousand acres of laud situate lying and being in tho County of Wolfe and State of Kentucky mid more particularly bounded und describ ed as follows Being part of the lund known us Reynolds patent und beginning utn point distant 400 poles north 81 degrees eust from u point on the west line of said patent 3200 poles south 9 degrees east from u cherry und sugar tree standing on the northwest corner of said patent land and ruuniug from point of commencement south 0 degrees east 400 poles thence north 81 degrees cast 400 poles thence north U degrees west 400 poles thence Bouth 81 degrees west 400 place ot beginning und Iok8 tonsthe point or04 of Ellis survey Rey Tract No nolds patent TKItMS Salo will be made on a credit of six twelve aud eighteen modths purchaser being required to give bond with approved security for the payment of tho purchase money bearing interest from duteatthcrute A My t cry of six per cent per annum to have the How tho human system evor rocovers force and effect of u replevin bond A lien tho from tho bad cflects of the nauseous will ulso be retained upon paid property un til the purchuse money is medicines often literally poured into it JOHN R KKMP Receiver and Commissioner for tho suppositlvo relief of dyspepsia Clinton Ky Aug 17 1891 liver complaint constipation rbouma tism and other ailments is a mystery -Tho mischief done by bad medicines is iOLLEGIATE INSTITUTE scarcely less than that causod by disease If they who aro weak bilious dyspeptic Of Central University constipatod or rheumatic would oftenor JACKSON KENTUCKY bo guided by tbo oxperienco of invalids Situation beautiful and healthful largo who havo thoroughly tested Hostcttors two story brick building a faculty of com Stomach Bitters they would in ovcry potent and experienced teachers Primary and intermediate departments all common instunco obtain tho speediest aid deriv- Â¬ branches Accademio and collegiate de This partments Higher English Natural and able from rational medication Ab Mental Sciences medicine is a searching and at tho samo gebru Geometry Latin Greek German Nor Â¬ Survoylng Jfcc Full timo a thoroughly sufo remedy derived mal Course arranged especially for tho from vegotablo sources and possessing thorough training ot teachers Business Course giving practical instruction in busi in consequence of its basis of puro spirits ness forms and calculations commercial properties us a medicinal stimulant not law penmanship typo writing o Musical department organ and piano Both sexes to bo found in tbo fiery local bitters and admitted morals of students carefully guardstimulants ofton resorted to by tbo de Â¬ ed courses of study complete und thorough Session of 1891 2 opens Tuesday Sept 1st bilitated dyspeptic and languid jrJr For circular giving full information address Pkof M O MARION Secy Mt StorlliiK Stock Market Jackson Ky A Ramsey auctioneer reports 800 L H BIANTON D D Chancellor J cattle on tho market Somo very good feeding cat tlo of 1000 to 1100 pounds Tho undersigned will run a Hack Lino brought from 3J to 4 cents Light cattlo between Torrent Station on the K U R R of 800 to 1000 pounds brought from 8 to and Hazel Green during the week oi tho 8i cents Only a fow publio sales wcro mado and fully ono half of all offerings wcro left over unsold Sovcral uubroko Commencing September 28 1891 Colorado ponies were sold at publio auc- Â¬ tion at prices ranging from 3T to 40 r- TIME CAKI Good smooth work oxen sold at 4 cents a Leave Torrent at 440 pm 800 p m pound light thin cattlo dull Mt Arrive at Campton 000 a m Leave Campton at Sterling Advocate 830 a m Arrive at Ilaxel Greeu Leave Ilaxel Green at 415 p ra Ayers Ague Cure stimulates the liver Arrive at Campton 700 p w and neutralize the malarial poison in Torrent to IIamI Green 2 Fare fraw jtirGentlemen will be requested to walk the UUkhI Warranted to cure from Can up Torrent Hill Keepeetfully II t IIMMKM HamI Green Fair next week to Ckoad in COMBS Â¬ Mnytown 3IIhI1h Our Sunday school picnic at this place last Saturday wo aro glad to say was a grand success tho uudienco largo and tho best of ordor prevailed with all the beauties of mituro in the days of delight ful September to assist Saturday was a day spent long to bo remembered by some of the children of this community After the morning program was through the school awih formed in doublo file the uudienco forming in tho rear and was marched to a grovo in tho outskirts of town wlicro long tables were spread for the hungry multitude If any one left hungry It was their own fault for after all had eaten and were filled thero were nearly seven baskctfuls taken up A pleasant hour was spent here Tho pro- Â¬ cession then returned to the church wboro tho rest of tho day was spent in declamations by tho little boys reading compositions by tbo young ladies vocal and instrumental music after each piece furnished by Miss Sarah Childers tho awarding of prizes etc Would liko to give tho names of tho lucky ones but it would tnko too much of your valuable Twelve bibles wcro given for space prizes and twenty four pounds of candy wcro given to tho Sunday school The cash prizes left with the writer social by Prof Kelly of Mt Sterling to be given to a little boy and girl under 12 years old were won by Miss Lucindu Rogers and Mastor Benny Ratcliff R A Childers traded off his little gray horso Saturday Dick says if he cant own a pony that can trot and get justice when he beat all tho ponies the roan horse etc and then bo stuck in the pa- Â¬ per by the judgo and time keeper that gavo it to tho llttlo gray by ono second ho dont want any moro in his Born to the wifo of John Neff a boy Wingless Sept 21 Â¬ SnfflWiMKliML ri II rv u W P0YNTER ASST CASHIER 1KB SvuflP- mmn - fgllilHpsSl Has ample facilities for doing a general banking business So- Â¬ licits deposits makes collec- Â¬ tions gives prompt and careful attention to nil business entrust- Â¬ ed to it and extends to its customers tho most iiberal nccommonationsconsistentwitn correct banking business S RECEIVERS SALE OK Do You Need Money If so you can get something better than dollars from us The completion of the K U JR R to Jackson has cut us off from a large wholesale trade heretofore had by us in several counties east and left on our hands an immense stock of goods which we aro compelled to unload and in order to do so we are determined to make prices do the work prices which will make our patrons happy and make competition howl We offer to Country Merchants extra inducements and guar- Â¬ antee to them lower prices than they ever got before Wo aro overstocked and must unload Remember we will duplicato any bill with freights added either wholesale or retail east or west north or south up hill or down We are now receiving such lines bought for cash at bottom bargains as will fill every depart- Â¬ ment New fresh seasonable choice and cheap We can astonish you with Â¬ 1 1000 ACRES i a o i M covered with goods at half prices As the prices we name merely give us a chanco to get our money out of the goods wo cannot afford credit Goods will be sold for cash only or country produce live stock and school claims taken in exchnuge We have opened a new department under the charge of Miss Laura Rawlings and Miss Lula Day which is fully stocked with fine Millinery Notions Ladies Furnishing Goods Wall Paper Carpets and Oil Cloths School Books and Sup Â¬ plies Pictures ana Frames etc etc Miss Rawiings is a thoroughly competent Milliner and Dress Maker and we offer you a City Stock to select fiom You can get as fine and stylish Millinery and Dresses hero as anywhere and at the very lowest prices Yours etc Â¬ J j T N X HA2EL GREEN AY cfc Â¬ KENTUCKY Â¬ hjkemo KY CATLETT3BURC The Largest Drug House in tho Ohio Valley Manufacturers of 228 REMEDIES that are Sold by tho Dozen 10000 Square Feet of Floor Room 28 Hands Employed WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING DRUGGISTS jfTSole proprietors of the famous Tho only remedy tbut is sold on an absolute guurnntee to cure all Pains and Aches Cramps anu colic Diurrhaa jjvh enterv etc Used internum and cxtcr Inally The best Liniment in the world 4 PKICE 25 CENTS ERVE KINO Sole proprietors of the renowned Si For the permanent cure of Pains in thoj rHack nnd till disorders of the Kidneys Urinary Organs Thousands of cer- tificntts of those who have used this X remedy will be sent on application PKICE 100 HINDOO KIDNEY CORDIAL efr6 t Fou M Sale by Drug Stores and Country Stores Everywhere WM SfrfrftfrOO0fr Â¬ J -- KELLY President BRIGHT Secretary and Treasurer WHENEVER YOU VISIT LEXINGTON CALL ON THE Â¬ Â¬ Lexington Foundry Go Office 99 EAST MAIN STREET Shop K U RAILROAD near 7th St They are operating THE LARGEST FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP IN THE STATE east of Louisville Hazel Green Fair - All kinds of BOILER AND ENGINE REPAIRING SKILLFULLY DONE at the lowest LIVING prices J M KELLY President Ofllco 99 EAST MAIN STREET a Foundry on K U RAILROAD f - YANKIE SEIP JObllEIlS OF Hats S3 JH BENNETT WITH To4 JuGXingtOIl JSy BIGSTAFF KY QREAR CO Gois ATTORNEYS AT LAW UT STERLING Practice in the courts of Montgomery mid adjoining counties and in the Court oi Ay peals and Federal Courts Cipsf Glovis Straw AND UMBRELLAS N Paint St CHILLICOTHE O IIIHII f TOR DDlMTTMn tetlY l I N I I n b E0UTED UUD r CHEAPLY nd PROMPTLY EXE AT THIS OFFICE Send your order t1 Ui 4 i 1 t Y- larger circulation in Wolfe Morgan mid Breathitt than all other papers in the State and merchant in Mt Sterling Win chester Lexington Louisville and lincin llittl Will find ItTHK IIK8T mkdium through which to secure Mountain Trade ADVERTISING HATES Hits ft Â¬ Hazel Gkeen Herald TKANBIKNT s I IB AdvcrtlHotneuts inserted for less than 3 months will ho 75 cents an inch for the llrsl insertion and 25 cents an inch for each sub ouqiieut insertion lilt PAID IN ADVANOK STANDING ADVKKTIBKMENT8 VI moutliH 1 inch 3 inches t inches fi pfrAhh TKANBIKNT ADVKKTI8INO MUST 2 inches 12 5U 15 oo 750 Tho indications now aro that tho coming Fair will bring an avcrago attend Â¬ ance of at least 4000 people overy day Everywhere throughout tho mountains wo hear of horses in training for tho track and as thcro will bo no chargo for farm products it is safe to predict that rHlMS FOR ltKCIUlAK ADVKKTI8INO the exhibition in this respect will be lAYAWK QUAKTKKIY ON DKMANI SPENCER COOPER Address out of sight If the weather proves Hazel Green Ky propitious next week will be a crand one for Hazel Green and all who at Circuit court begins nt West Liberty tend may be assured of every attraction on Monday next for their amusement Â¬ Â¬ Liberal rates on larger advertisement made known on application Local notices to be interspersed among reading matter 10 cents a line with a dis count of 25 per cent where they run a month or more Obituaries tributes of icspcct etc 3c a line Count six words to the line and send money with the manuscript We will write obituaries and publish nt 5 cents a line Marriagunud death notices not exceeding ten lines solicited and published fkki inches inches IS fi 22 00 25 00 A correspondent writing to the Mt Sterling Advocato says Last Saturday ujorning tho wife of Mr Lee Burns near Moorcfiold awoke about thrco oclock aimi found that her husband had arisen Hearing a noiso outsido tho houso slio hurried out and found him In a dying condition presumably from a pistol shot by his own hands as his pistol lay besido him Nocnuso can bo assigned for tlo im sinco ins domestic relations were pleasant and his financial affairs appa Â¬ rently in good shape Mr Burns was a and highly respected farmer and a wido circlo of friends aro filled with sorrow at tho rash deod A bo reaved wife father and mother have the sympathy of tho entire community well-to-d- o MURDER IN MAGOFFIN Immo Murphy Shot anil Instnntly Killed Jty Ills Son Logan CONSTIPATION and other use complaints and the prompt DAILY HACK LINE FROM Â¬ a The puttie market nt Mt Sterling Mon Â¬ The Winchester Democrat gives a glow- Â¬ day was very dull ing account of tho financinl and other advantages of the Gate City It says Dr John Tnullice 1ms our thanks for tho rate of city taxation is fifty cents on a nice lot of cabbage and potatoes the hundred dollars In tho last few Mrs Hile Phillips near town has our years electric light street cars new streets a 15000 school house and a thanks for a lot of nice vegetables system of waterworks have been secured Co The training stable of J T Day All these have como without any increase has secured the services of an extra of taxes while the reduction of insur- Â¬ driver ance rates since the establishment of the tc Floyd Byrd Esq of Campton was waterworks is a large saving to property here Wednesday engaged in taking dep holders ositions The Young Peoples Mission Band of James H Swango came home Tuesday the Christian church in Hazel Green will from Centre College and will remain un- Â¬ build and load the Missionary Ship at til after the Fair the church on Thursday evening October 1 Let everybody attend and en- Â¬ Dr Taulbee of this place contem- Â¬ courage the young folks by bidding them plates locating nt Wichita Falls Texas God speed in their desire to spread the In the near future glad tidings Their offerings will be Dont fail to see the advertisement of used in home and foreign fields Receivers Sale there may be something P R Phillips representing the dry of interest in it to you goods and notion house of Carter Bros Co Louisville Ky while in town Bart Tyler of Jackson was visiting his father S M Tyler and other relatives last week sold two or three handsome bills Mr Phillips is one of the most and friends here last week accommodating evangelists on the road Willie Swango has rented the residence and we take this opportunity of thanking of his brother Judge G B Swango and him for past favors May his shadow will move to town just after the Fair never grow less -Â¬ Â¬ On tho 17th of this month tho people bowel of Salyorsvillo woro startled to hear that ourod prevented iBaao Murphy a prominent citizen nnd by a good man living about a mile from the town had been foully murdered by his of own son A gentleman from Salyorsvillo this week gavo us tho following particu Â¬ lars of tho tragedy They Mr Murphy and his son Locan Mur liver phy had had angry words over a trivial matter Then son left tho houso and was gone about an hour when ho return- Â¬ greatly ed with a pistol in his hand and as ho entered tho door without a word of warning ho shot his father through tho heart Tho murderer stood cunrd over Lowell the corpso all nfeht preventing tho ter- Â¬ ror stricken wife and mother and broth Â¬ ers and sisters from leaving tho houso to give tho alarm Just beforo daybreak he left the house to make his escape The officors of tho law and a hundred in Â¬ dignant citizens mado pursuit and he was captured nine miles from hero by Jailer Patrick and Deputy Sheriffs Brown nnd Prater Ho was coming in tho di- Â¬ rection of town having deferred his pur pose of leaving the county until he could Becure tho necessary funds Tho officers met Murphy on tho public highway and had tho drop on him be fore he was aware of their presence Ho offered no resistance and was conveyed to tho jail at Salyersvillo beforo any ono knew of his arrest A guard was placed around the jail during tho night but there was no disturbance The prisoner gave no reason for his unnatural crime B35vVWRVHBBViSBBBBr except that he had heard that his father had threatened his life io lawyer at the bnrcould be prevail- Â¬ ed upon to defend Murphy and ho was Watches retailed at wholesale prices instructed by tho court that he would Call or write for anything in the have to defend his own case The de- Â¬ fendant promptly waived an examination LINE nnd was committed without bail Ho Established quaratcr ol a century Everything fully guaranteed was ordered to the Floyd county jail for safe keeping HAZEL GREEN TO ROTHWElL Leaves Ilawl Green every moraiNg 8m day excepted ami connects with nftcrHoeq train for Alt 8terllMK Leaves llothwell every rooming oh arrival of train from Mt Sterling except and arrives at Ilaiel Green at 490 r M Ayers Cathartic Pills regulate the cleanse the stomach and assist digestion Dr J C Ayer Co Mass 8my Fare 2 Each Way Careful and attentive drivers In enure of each hack and especial attention paid tallies or uhililron traveling without escort Tho traveling patronage respectfully solic ited Very respectfully W It TAHOIt Proprietor THE WINCHESTER BANK WINCHESTER KY N II WITHEItSPOON President It D HUNTER Cashier This Bank solicits tho accounts of mcr chants fanners trailers and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and oilers Its customers overy facility anil the most liberal terms within tho limits of legitimate banking octl8ly Paid up Capitol 20000000 Surplus 6000000 NEW FARMERS BANK MT STERLING KY Capital Wm 9250000 Surplus S40000 Ciiab M Grubbb Cashier Mitchell President The largest capital nnd surplus and indl vldual deposit than any bank in this sec tiot of the State JEWELRY Exchange Â¬ Bank of Kentucky MT STERLING KY Georgetown Tex Sept 15 1891 Otis W Snyder No 8 Noutii UrrKR Editor Herald zel Green Before leaving Ha- Â¬ Strkrt CAPITAL SIOOOOOOQ We have more Hazel Green business than any other bank and want to Increase It Send us your account and wo will treat m John M Rose of this place is at the People from below Bhould remember Mt Sterling court with 85 cattle about the Hack Line between Rothwell and as nice as any that have left this section this place affords the very best means of During Fair week visitors from Tom Tyler living near Hazel Green travel has been confined to his home for some Mt Sterling and below should especially timo with something like heart fuilure remember to engage passage on the hack as they can thus save both expense and The wife of Oscar McNabb living just trouble below Hazel Green has been quite ill The examining trial of Samuel Jett for some time but is now much better for tho killing of Jonas Ronan and H B Maupin representing the dry wounding Joseph Ronan last Thursday Co was held at Richmond Monday nnd Mr goodB house of D H Carpenter was a guest of tho Day House Wednes- Jett was acquitted on the grounds of self Â¬ started from Hazel Green on tho 7th and landed in Georgetown on tho 11th safe and sound My son J C B met us at the station with two wagons 1 found a fine country I think it is the heart of the world You can see as far as the eye can reach It is a farming country It is the place for tho working man A carpenter gets 8 per day and board I am well satisfied with Texas I am Biirrounded with Kentuckians and they are all clever people It is raining today John S Harper We hear a wide spread complaint especially among our farmer friends that their boys go off to the West to Bcek their fortunes instead of settling at home Has it ever occurred to these same com- Â¬ plainants that the great bustling West is filled with railroads that have opened up a thousand and ono avenues for busi- Â¬ ness whilst our State is filled with a class of men who oppose all progress in this direction and thus deliberately cut off from the young man the many oppor tunities that tho great West delights in holding out to him Is it to be wonder ed at that the boys aro going West Mt Sterling Advocato Â¬ I promised a number of people to write a letter to The Herald I LEXINGTON KY you well Ii J PETER8 President JOHN G WINN Cashier Traders Deposit Bank ASSOCIATION Tuesday Sept 29 Wednesday Sept 30 Thursday Oct 1 Friday Oct 2 MT STERLING KY Capital 200000 Surplus J M BIG8TAFP President G L o 80000 XIKKPATRIOK Vice President W W THOMSON Cashier Wo respectfully sollolt the business of mer Â¬ chants fanners traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky A general banking business done Give us a chance to send you a bank book way your checks and Joan you money when In need W W Thompson Cash Mt Sterling National Bank JIT STERLING KY Ronan was held on 400 bond defense for further trial Jackson Hustler Tho mail came in on a two horse road wagon Wednesday evening the hack Co have rented the H F Pieratt having broken down just beyond French brick store houso of Judge Swango and day Capital 100000 Surplus 16660 itfsaalBssBMiuuMiatfffiflMBiiBf LEWIS APPERSON President H R FRENCH Cashier customer fairly Mountain business Is respectfully solicited with tho assurance that we will treat every burg i t t w - w k r 1 J Hilo Phillips of this county Texas on a tour of inspection and if he will give them for handling goods the Mail pouch tobacco is tho popular finds a place to suit him will locate in firm will bo prepared to do n much betbusiness than heretofore ter brand hero just now Tho advertising that State agent of tho firm that makes it was hero Last week Deputy United States Mar- Â¬ Fred Kellam our old Accomnc friend on Wednesday giving it away together with several other gentlemen shal L E Daniels of Mt Sterling took No better opportunity to enjoy your- Â¬ has engaged rooms at tho Day House John Taulbee Frank Coldiron and Gid- Â¬ self than tho hops next week given by Â¬ eon Barker three Wolfo county moonduring the Fair shiners to the Louisville jail to await band Mrs Nuney Ringo of this place re trial at the October term of the United quests us to say that the Ringo House States court will be open for guests during tho Fair Register Swango came up from Frank- Â¬ and she will have ample shed room for THE CELEBRATED fort Monday and will remain until after horses the Fair His salo nf household goods Notwithstanding frequent warnings and personal property yesterday resulted tho town authorities have not yet re in satisfactory prices His family will paired tho sidewalk on High street and remove to Frankfort after the Fair somebody is linblo to be crippled during Fair week John Henry of Hlackwater has a sta Â¬ including about 200 acres of land on which is frame dwelling of 12 rooms ble of hordes in training at our Fair Is a substantiasale The spring alone is very offered for A now Btrcet will in a few days be grounds Among them is an iron gray valuable and will 0011 pay for the place opened between High street uud College For terms etc apnlv to gelding belonging to Lewis Helton HAKH180N SWANGO avenue which will be a great conveni which is a good stepier for a green sep2fiv8 Hatcl Green Ky ence to our suburban friends of Charhorso lottesville S S Taulbee of Taulbee was married Mr Strother who was at work on the to Miss Caroline Holland at the resichimneys for tho dormitory finished the dence of tho brides mother near Lane job Tuesday and left for Jackson on last week Wednesday Rev J J Dickey Wednesday morning At the latter place of Jackson officiating Caveat and Trade Marks obtained asd all Pat lie is engaged to do cousidorablo brick ent Dniinett conauciea lor aiswaie reas Ofliee to US Patent OMm George Cox of the Cox mill neighbor Â¬ asd Ow can BecureOMOtKa la lata line imbib oas work patent we Waahlnptoa hood is in a very critical condition suf rennta from Send model drawing or photo For Sale I have for salo 10 acres of fering from dropsy He has been con Â¬ tion We advise If patentable erwith descrip sot free of land lying ou the waters of Grassy good charge Oar fee not doe till patent la secured fined to his home for a long timo and A PanwMet How to OMalii ratraM with coal on land and very productive good basbm oraetual clients InyowaHaU cotr thero is but slight hopo for his recovery tews Mat fre Addme Water will bo sold at a Bargain The hope to be given next week will Apply to Jack Spioer be graudwit ever held in this place Haxel Green Ky Â¬ on Wednesday began moving in their is in goods With the facilities this store WIHKBKw HQSJMSJSMMr SET apjQgxgr 26 m Ullll em U IHIIIH3HJ - pjy Ifa frjyjqpaj ilOF KENTlinKY-I PROFESSORS and INSTRUCTORS wH I FOR SALE Competition Open to the World Agricultural Soientifio Engineering OlRBsloal Normal School Academic Commercial and Military Courses of Study COUNTY APPOINTEES Hoard In dormitory families 300 to 1 RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION 2 Fall term begins Sim Shis Over 10 and under 15 yours of nge Over 15 years ADMISSION 25 Cents 35 Cents Â¬ JAt BATTKietriy PhD LEXINGTON Ky per week In private For Catalogue address Btmtnbwiiii8f Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mm Catalogues giving pre miums in full will be ready for distribution June 20 anil may bo had by addressing W G LACY Secretary Trimble Bros WHOLESALE GROCERS JIT STERLING KY jjrtr CoiuiKiinienU of nroduee patronage or MmiHtal lH Miereliam fully Ntilieltetl WITU HNd address For Booth privileges J M ROSE President the Â¬ Â¬ CASNOWCO SSSQ wfw3lH ASHLAND Tho8 Henderson WIIOIKftUrK WT 8BITZ WITH Ji rtwH- c My ia Son KY WHOLESALE DRY GOOD NOTION8V1HOT 8H0l D H OABPBNTMt OATLKTWBUaW Mly Ac KY f ivv u sTtrfW HW1 Hazel Green Herald it it- - W Th ltntyosslon mado upon puoh a man by a first mght of tho Interior of tho Now York otock exchange was wonder tifiat tho game of stocks ims played with so WUer COOPKR PKNOER groat an oxorclso of physical activity KY Ho had oxpeolcd to soo a calm cool t I HAZEL GREEN headod assombly of gamblers and this is not what tho stook oxchango looks llko from tho gallory on a llvoly day VIEWS JONATHANS It bears moro rosomblanco to a foot ball SATUniUT matoh whoro tho crowd has brokon upon Tnlnt no matter what othor folks say tho Hold with tho lntontlon of killing I am glad thot tho Lord known my heart tho rofcreo Russell was surprised to An can toll tho intent o my ways ilnd hlmsolf much interested in tho ath El I itlnt very hanflomo or smart lotio Bide of a brokoVa business Ho El I try to do whats lor tho best On tho whole nn conatdcrln tho times was n muscular young man and tho Wliyfenoula pcoplo bo worryln lost sight appealed to him strongly For I should lall on tho turnpike ot crimes moro thai an hour ho watched tho busy Peoplo looks on tho outsldo to soo Boone and played the gamo of stocks in What youro doln but novor pcoks In To tho plnco whero tho roal things bo his mind a method much to bo preferred An they says What n tcrrlblo slnl to any othor But Im Rlad as I said at tho lust gold picco in his IIo had n somobody lookln Instdo Thot theres An cl wust over comes to tho wust pookot and not anothor ponny in tho Ho will boo thero want nothln to htdo world It did not occur to him to Beck out a bucket shop and tako a despcrato f MONDAY chanco with his last coin ho was only ParsonlDrown lib was snyln lnstnlRht wondering what a brokors llfo was like Thot tho lionrt could bo JudRod by tho faco and whotlior It was worth tho living Ho An 11 feller ooUld toll cl nos rljdit strolled down to tho door and observed IJy his enemys vlovrs of tho cuso with genuine curiosity those who passod Jonathan When An hosntd tome You nro sound at tho core It U truo in and out Tho younger mon especial Â¬ Thot your goodness will shlno out to men ly interested him they woro so much An they will porcolvo it in you superior in ovury way to his expecta Â¬ An of you are bad at tho huart tion Instoad of tho victims of a nervo You may try to keep nil of it in dostroylng llfo ho saw a lot of jolly fol- Â¬ Hut tho lust thliitf you know It will dart From tho liver ritfht out to tho skin lows who woro apparontly full of men- Â¬ Wall It mny bo tho parson is right tal and bodily vigor Inbfratln n prodigal no 1 wan lookln it over to night It may havo boon tho rovolt of a 1 dunno An I said to myself healthy body against a ol tigerish mind Artcr nil but Ivo boon In tho wrong or simply tho contagion of tho activity s Whon I said It want nothln to mo around him but whatovor tho causo What other folks thought Ill go long ho folt for tho first tlmo a suspicion that neo what ray ntnmlln may bo An ho had discovered a caroor which would An I fiicss us tho Lord boos my heart Ho will want to bo llxln it right pleaso him Ho had a general idtathat Sol Jonathan boy wo will start tho social llfo of these men was not what of repentance to night On tho road ho would desiro but ho began to bo in Julia II May in Detroit Free Press doubt whother ho really know much about it IIo was conscious of a desiro to learn what it really was Only ono way suggested itself and that was by inquiry but ho had a natural hesitancy about stopping ono of theso favored yotvug men on thojtroetand asking him whotlior lie found oxistenco satisfactory five-dolla- Ilohitul nuflsoll woro tbo four young mon whom ho had followed into th cafo IIo duplicated tho order given by ono of them and theroby laid hlmsolf liablo to tho proprlotor of tho Cafo Napoloon in tho sum of SI 73 This lunch was tho first oxtravaganco tho yosg man had committed In a good many years Tho pint of good wlno which wns In- Â¬ cluded In it was tho first ho had ovor IIo enjoyed tho exporiment tasted thoroughly Ho was glad that ho had decided to bo a rich man for half an r- 1 called upon nlno of thoao mon and nad found them all unablo to accoramodato lira Ills method of address was not good It hi a difficult thing to ask for a loan and tho man who hasnt had praotlco in tho art Is at a groat disad- Â¬ vantage Tho confirmed borrowor who knows that tho chancos aro ton to ono against IiIb paying always has n taot which carries him through ovon whon tho londor has an equal lack of confi- Â¬ dence in final restitution When llussoll closed in upon his tonth man ho hud begun to bo discouraged hour lly and by tho rusty old follow fin- Â¬ This persons namo was llatvson and ho ished his plo and milk and dopartod had boon a clerk with llussoll in tho old llussoll learned who ho was by a romark times but being of an ambitious dispo- Â¬ mado by ono of tho young men sition ho had abandoned salaried work Did you Soo old Gilbert Hay tako his for tho roal estate and mortgago busi- Â¬ usual frugal repast were tho words ho ness wherein ho had prospered to such Ho will leave four mill- Â¬ an oxtont that ho was reputed to bo ovorheard ions for his heirs to quarrel over and oatlng widows houses at tho rato of his chief regret will bo that ho can not throo squaro meals a day remain to take part in tho controversy llussoll hardly oxpected to find Raw Ho didnt leave any of that pie said son In his oillco as lato as llvo oclock I watched him chase tho but thoro ho sat surrounded by aggies another last littlo pleco of crust all over his slvo evidences of prosperity Russell plate IIo couldnt get it with his fork was embarrassed Ho tried to remem Â¬ had to shovel it in with his knife I bor somo of tho easy formulas with figured that his incomo whllo ho was which Rawson hlmsolf used to approach chasing it would buy a cart load of pie tho subject but nono of them seemod llo Isnt a bad old fellow after all to lit tho case in hand so ho said good Bald tho first speaker Tho story Is afternoon and hoped Mr Rawson found that ho started on a hundred dollars and business good That prosperous gon had to borrow that Hut ho paid it on tloman remembering a small balanco timo and kept his credit up Theros against himself in thoir old accounts tho wholo secrotof many a mans lifo on supposed that Russell had como to col- Â¬ tho stroot If half of tho youngor mon lect it and tho thought excited his ro- down horo had to BOttlo at a mlnutos notice tho othor half would go broko on account of thoir bad debts Its a bor- Â¬ rowing game PERONAL AND LITERARY 1 I 1 ia v 1 ciiAPTnn i j J J mon dorivo from u good morality and n Bound philosophy Defective obsorva fclon lends tho host philosophy astray and nllown Virtuo to gropo In vain for its roward Tho good man who avoids bvll only because ho does not soo Its allliro- mqnts will alao miss n groat doal which ls both desirable and permissible in this Jiyorld Woh byway ot pro faco it I HY--1-vmny bo safe to flay that tho young man who will now ho introduced had led an oxomplary llfo without finding anyai iofaeticm in it Uo had taken forbs It A TAHTIS OF lliaillil M la wondorful how lltllo benefit somo i h guiding rule tho nilvioo of Schiller that happiness Is to bo found In tho dally per Â¬ formance of a task of routine It will bo remembered that tho same ominont gentleman advised writing with ones Mot in a tub of loo wator but most of us do npt like It Thoro is however a groat deal ot valuo in tho routlno idea but tho troublo with it in praotloo is that many pooplo do not know what to occupy themselves with uftor tho dally jsWMiamtlussoll was ono of thoso Ho Imqnoldn clerkship for olght years on s s aslowiy inorcasing salary ami nau noon tomporato frugal and industrious Ho had as much interest in his work asi if ho had boon H ear horse but ho woflld rather havo been employed than idlo Thinking ho regarded as an unsnfoob- eupution for a man who know how to vi i 4 t 1 n t analyro them but ho didnt know tho fnots Ho had long ago given up ambi- Â¬ tion friendship lovo and many othor swcot and profitable things bcoauso ho ftj9ffnfAttlclm u dolusionsl Tb6n oftino a day whon ho began to ff vregard tho oonBolatlonsof his dally task W of routine as doluuiona also Ho was as good a samplo ot tho discouraged young mnn ns could havo boon found in Now York IIo had hlthorto maintained a oortain contcntmoni bolstered up by projudlco in favor of his own philosophy and whon this thin sopport gavo way thoro was no mending It About this tlnuV RuSsell lost hid clerkship natu ally enough perhaps for a roan In that condition of mind is not a valnablo om ployo Ho did not regard tho loss of the position a8 a calamity and K mndo no attempt to got another Ho idmply lived on his small savings without any plan iwhatover for tho day whon thoy Should hogono If hny suggestion o a VltfQ worth striving for should como xo him ho would awakon his enorglos if not thoy should sloQp IIo occupied tho timo in strolling about tho city studying llfo In various In rqality ho knuw but littlo of forms vfiut washofngonin tho wos W Ho had given mot of his lolruro to books and had continued studios of a philosophi- Â¬ cal nature which ho had bogun at collego Hoonltlvatcd thoaoqualntanoo of fmv men and no women Thoro was not a slnglo housohoM In tho groat city whero bo was ovor a guest If thoro hud been doubtloss ho would havu obtained W Rwd hotter Ideas of many common Hut his oarly OMforU andploaauros Ht had twMjn so unfortunate thatka had 5 That was tho troublo ho know how to unulyro tho facts of oxlatoncc as ho did llussoll heard this and muttered to I should like to negotinto a himself Tho at small loan and got Into it mosphero of tho place and tho food and especially tho wine woro beginning to havo an olfect upon him IIo wanted to contlnuo tho experiment I am not prepared to beliove ho said to himself that this lifo would bo permanently agreeable but a half hour of it is too little I would liko two years believo that if 1 could borrow the llfo of ono of thoso young follows on tho whole and If so why IIo won Â¬ dered If any truthful picture of a brokers for two years I should know a great life could bQ found inajxiok and wheth Â¬ deal morp at tho end of that time than er in lhatcaso liWtlve dollars would keop 1 do now and should bo willing to givo It all back to him whon it was duo I him alivo long enough to read it should liko to niako a contract with tho Ills attention was distracted from dovil to that oftect theso ideas by tlo sound of a con versa IIo looked about him as if ho ex Â¬ jUombchlnd him Throo or four young pected the ilend to appear with a docu- Â¬ men whom he immediately placed in ment ready for signature but no such the goneral Wall stroot class woro talk- Â¬ phenomenon occurred Tho slight odor ing in an animated manner on general proceeded from topics far removed from business and of brimstone in the air young man be Â¬ a matoh with which tho bottor still from loiltics Presently hind him was lighting a cigar ono of them suggested lunch and thoy contract was signed else all Vallced away llussoll followed me- Â¬ Whether the a matter of controversy where may bo chanically llo wafthlnking that if May 12 1SS3 they had continued to talk in his hear If so It horo the dato iur ho mighty havo learned a great doal CIIAPTHIt II about ttio rerL objects interest to BMAtr LOANS young men of wealth who are popularly Of all tho gifts that aro bestowed by supposed to bo absorbed either in squan Â¬ tho children of men upon thoir follows dering thqlr possessions a3 fast as possl nono so littlo deservo tho good namo of blo or In adding to them by overy charity as tips to waiters llussoll bo mean that ingenully nnhamporcd by stowed his last quarter upon the man Hut tho words who had served hlrn with as much per Â¬ honesty canstfggest which ltussell had overheard roferrod to sonal good will as ho would havo felt if art and were evidently uttered by ono he had dropped it in tho slot of a maWho- understood the subject Thero was chine for tho dissemination of chewing something In the lunguAgo and bearing gum Tho action was a part of his as Â¬ of thejjo mon which led llussoll to be sumed character and so was tho cor Â¬ llovo Hint thojr Would bo oniigonlnl asso- diality of the accompanying fooling if ciates Would ho care to ho ono of them ho had only known It to llvo their life slnCo It was not so IIo walked out of tho restaurant and shallow after ally Porhaps ho was not loaned against a building which cost a qui to prepared to say million dollars Then ho lookod across IIo found hlmsolf at tho door tho way at anothor of equal magnill on Wall conco and reflected that ho hadnt a of tho Cafe Napolqoh Should cent In the world IIo tried to estlmato street Tho otliqfontorod Ho took out tho llvo ho follow tho valuo of the land thoy stood upon doUjirgold pleoo amV looked at It You and wondored whother ho had ever had can makc ino a rioh man for half an money enough to buy a lot with two 11011 said ho or a poor man for a feet frontage and six foot depth for a Woolc As a matter of experiment 1 will grave Hut theso gloomy speculations wore chooso tho former The Gafo Napoloon was crowded as It merely tho first frult3 of his pennlloit always Is at ono oclock In tho afternoon condition Tho inlluonco of now ideas All tho stools before tho lunch counter and a good meal triumphed over de Already ho was working spondency out the details of a schomo full of novo oxporiencos and largo profits Gilbert Â¬ Paul Revere tho hero of tho fa mous ride wns tho president of Hos tons first board of health It was prgnnized In Faneull hall in 17W Ilrownlng would never write for a magazine J la wrote I can not bringi myself to write for periodicals If I publish a book and peoplo chooso to buy It thnt proves thoy want to read my work Hub to havo them turn ovor the pages of 11 magazine and find mo that is to bo an uninvited guest Hjornson the Norwegian novelist writes so abominably that no ono but his wife can read his untidy MS Fru Hjornson helps her husband a great deal by copying all ho writes recopy ing after he has corrected and altered until sometimes sho writes the wholo of a book three or four times ovor Dove cottage the simplo littlo dwelling at Grnsinerc wherein Words Â¬ worth lived w long with his sweet sis- Â¬ ter Dorothy and wrote much cf Ms best work and where Do Qnincey lived afterward and wrote tho Opium Eater is now the property of the Hrltish nation It is to bo restored uud kept in perfect order king Practically the fifteen-year-ol- d of Scrvia is a prisoner to his tutors T ey bore him day in and day out un- Â¬ til he is drooping Young an he Is this wonderful boy is ono of tho very best mathematicians in tho whole of Soma IIo can actually add up live columns ot figures at once with apparent ease IIo inherits his mothers btriking beauty and all the cleverness of both parents The official literary statistics of Turkey show that during the 3 ear 1SD0 only 1110 books were published in Con- Â¬ stantinople Of this number 407 were in the Turkish language mostly novels and theatrical pieces 120 in the Arme Â¬ nian tongue principally religious contents fcO in Arabic on jurisprudence philology and religious dogmatism and the rest were in other languages of Europe To its already largo collection of manuscripts in the handwriting of fa- mous authors the Hritisb museum has lately added the eutiro set of George Eliots works with the exception of The writ- Â¬ Scenes in Clerical Life ItOlJIIOWINO A JUAKTUn ing of these manuscripts is unusually Ho blow a groat cloud clear and neat They were left by sentment of smoko in Russells direction and re- Â¬ will to George Lewes and were to re- Â¬ plied that business was bad and ho wa3 vert at his death to the museum much pressed for ready monoy Each book is prefaced with a dedica Â¬ Thats unfortunato for you said tion to Mr Lewes and for mo too becauso I Russell called HUMOROUS Â¬ Â¬ 4 but tf Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Hay had begun llfo with a borrowed oJX Y Willi K I hundred dollars and was worth mill- Â¬ ions Would not a smaller Initial loan answer for a man with modorato expect- Â¬ ations If monoy could bo mado to grow at all why not Indollnltoly wid If so what practical difference did it IIo did make how small tho start was not know anybody who would lend him a hundred dollars bu ho thought ho could borrow a quartorsomovhoro Wlth Uiatin hand ho might borrow u half dollar pay tho quartor and thou borrow a dollar to pay tho half Tho posslbllty of such a progression ovl A I4UNCII COUNTIUU dpntly depended upon tho careful uso of woro ocouplod and a scoro of mon wait- Â¬ each successlvo loan and If tho series ed for places staring hungrily over tho wore carried far enough It would end In shouldors of thoso who woro holng fed riches ant nn established credit Thoro was tho Batno rush and hustlo as Tho wine of tho Cafo Napoleon must In tho stook oxchango but thero was havo been strong for tho schomo looked loss of good nature Whon anybody on plauslblo to him Ho immediately bo a stool ordered plo tho man behind him gun to run over tho list ot lln acquaint Â¬ stamped impatiently as If a personal in ances in nrdor to select tbo man who Jury had been inflicted upou him and should lurulsh tho first loan llussoll not upon tho man who ato thb plo had rtovar xon a borrowoi v fact ho An unorojudlcod obsorver vrild havo coulu no remembor whon ho had asked salj jiu thoro was no oauso for com such favor ot anybody Hut ho had plaint Tho mon on tho stools ato fast of ton lent money and that ought to givo onough Indocd it scorned as If noth- Â¬ him nn advuntairo Ho made out a list ing bnt choking to doath could savo of ten men wJiom ho had frequently sup thorn from dying of indigestion Quick iuuu mu uuuug WIO iast fooding has lieea brought to such six oar3 to the best 01 his rocollcc soloncoln Now York that tho philanthrots thoy woro all Indebted to him for pist might wolldoubt which to pity moro certain fo gotten Jdans but ho resolved tho rich vho oat so much in a mintito not tomko any claim upon them for or tho poor who oat so littlo In a year past favors If llussoll had known moro about tho Tho Htnall tables in thoCafq Napoloon wore beiejd almost as hotly4 as was autjjcot ho would havo chosen any ton y mon world n9rslleynwlMiwhloh toutlmulat tho lunuh ooUntor aHut Iluasell suo Tho In tho monoy rathor than theso mor j ono londs to a man sokt opjoala oeded In seoUrlag no3 lndd it adhlr forHwnafMe So It IhAUjUom that U hwt so rusty old follow who had just ordqrwl a tho em ono can borrow of hltu wm Hia apotNl bf appla pie and a glass of milk lupjHM tkat U tfcri hour k had for any M14 fl 4nOi Â¬ uin--iiiuÂ¬ 1 Convict Excuse me maam you dropped your handkerchief Lady Vis itor Thank you you are very good Convict eagerly Say maam you couldnt manage to porsuado ho govnor of that somehow could yer Soiner ville Journal month This Is a Mechanical Age Mrs J To answer your question frankly Mown at Mrs Smiths tea 0 dear J said Russell Im broke and I was that dreadful Miss Smith is singing 1 looking for a man who had half a dollar again 1 wonder what started her to spare Tom Hrown aged seven I dropped t Glad to obligo you Como around co 11 nickel down her back when sho wusut morrow and lunch with mo N Y Continent looking Thank you Hero is my I O U A Slight Saving Possible Phy- Novor mind that old man slcian give him something thatll 5 Ill Tako It if you ploaso llussoll in get him on his feet and then well in- I am vory particular olsted abou small loans Thoy aro easily forgotton crease his appetite and hell be all right Economical Wife Gethim on I will pay you to morrow at noon his feet doctor but or never mind It was six oclock when Russell ne- Â¬ Saturday Evening Herald gotiated his second loan IIo had be tho other You n Her Onon Confession Tom gun to discover with regret that tho powor of a live dollar luncheon to rc look happy to day A lints happened tlTT ll Ot II llovo hunger is limited as to timo equal- Â¬ In fiinin been courting a girl for a long time ly with loss oxponslvo meals IIo wanted his dmnor Ho had boon living but she never would admit that she re at a boardlng houso but tho weok for spected me Hut last night sho con- which ho had paid onded at breakfast fessed thnt she respected me no longer that morning and ho did not think it that she loved me Daughter would bo right to partako of his land Â¬ What wore you saying ladys cheer again until paymont for it mother You sneak so IndisMnctly beoamo less problematical Moreover lately that I cant understand half yo W Old Lady ho had plans which could best bo exe Â¬ say with dijruitv cuted down town so ho ontored a cheap was speaking to mysolf Sue And P restaurant And ordorod a moal which think von had better consult a physe contested bo unfavorably with his last elan about your hearintr 1 never huvo1 that Ms appetlto woll nigh vanished at tho slightest dlfllculty in understand tho bight of it Tho society too wns ing myself Harpers Razai not what ho had enjoyed at tho Cafo Na Two littlo children recently went polewn llo observed with surprlso that to church alone In Wcstiluld They be his tasto had boon educated In many came tired during tho long sermon and ways by that luncheon Ho had long tho older one supposing that bchool boon acustomed to such oatlng housos rules held good in church lod his sister as tho ono In which ho Bat and had up in front of tho preacher and saidi novor boforo boon aflllotod vrith such Plnncnv lIh mnjf vvu IUi uuiiiv- nit harrowing dounts as to tho cloan and bald yes and thoy ju soberly walked wholosomo naturo of tho viands out Now Moon A healthy appotlto had always hlthor- Â¬ fVhat irij Tho Man of IIouso to triumphed ovor any such thoughts you sitting on tho step for asked th that easily Hohal novor boforo boon bo policeman Why I llvo here and V poworfully conscious ot tho oflonslvo locked out yo why eharaotor of a fork with bow legged ring up tho man Well house dont I aw of tho prongs and knlfowith astioky handle tho man of tho bouso mvsolf and tb Tho distinction botween oleomargarine way ho said it Indicated his chances t and butter now for tho first tlmo stood getting In might bo bettor li he h out as wide as tho mouth of tho pit been the woman Cto bk coxTManeo Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rowed my car faro from tho oflico boy but Im expecting a big boodlo next week and if youll call Tuesday ho mado a benevolent gesturo and added in an inaudlblo tone Ill bo in Huf falo Thou Russell went out with a fooling of desperation in his heart and moot- Â¬ ing on tho stairs a man whom ho had nover spoken to but onco boforo in his llfo ho borrowed a quarter with ease IIo mado a careful noto that it was to bo returned tho next day at ten oclock This was a boglnulng and it gavo him hope IIo was already planning for tho half dollar and as an Investment to that end ho bought a five cent cigar with a prcsontablo extorior Thou ho lay in wait in front of a tobacco storo which was much frequented by mon whom ho knew Within llvo minutes an acquaintance approached with tho cvidont intention of nntoring tho storo Havo a cigar with mo said Russell stopping in front of him Thanks my boy replied tho victim How aro jott of this confidence gamo any way Havent seen you for a Im sorry old man said Rawson 1 just borI havent a red cent Â¬ explained the When I marry my wife must have suffi lieutenant cient dowry for mo to support her both Fliegcndc Mat Â¬ in stylo and comfort Â¬ ter When she said yes I sup Sho He Sho pose yon kissed her Yes And I suppose your kiss was sweet Ho cs itjaM ness long drawn out W got entangled with her chewing gum Â¬ rJpocli A Nevada lady l ecently took unfair advantage of her husbands indulgence in a bath to elope with another man Tho bereaved one expressed the conviction that she had been waiting for tho opportunity for months Texas SifU Â¬ ings Their Mack Eyes Illuck were tho tiyoa as black as jot ortlio country iiialil I know I kissed nor and liur lover came And in m urn Jot black too I IaO 1 t JU- N -- MM V 5S HOME w i f HINTS AND HELPS Whcn potatoes nro fresh gathered shiu is tiost rubbed off with salt Jn the a coarso cloth wash very clean anil lot them remain for about half an hour in Balt and water lllaelcberry Jelly Soalc one half box ol gelatine in cold water to cover h add one pint of hot water one cupful of BUgar ono pint of berries flavor with almond Do not cook but set Servo with whipped Rvyny to cool Good Housekeeping cream A Dessert of Apples Peel and core Iako for each iv little sour apples plate like a patty pan of pastry place When tho apples in these and bake done let them cool then cover the ap- Â¬ ples with icing and servo cold with cus Â¬ tard or cream The apples look like Detroit Free Press snowballs Tapioca Pudding Fourtablcspoon ful of tapioca soaked in one pint of Pour off the water water over night Add this with the in the morning yolks of tlireo eggs and one quarter of a cupful of sugar to ono quart of boil Â¬ ing milk flavor and boil till soft Pour in a dish and cover with the whipped whites in little patties A small dot of jelly in the middle of each improves the Good Housekeeping looks Creamed walnuts aro easily pre- Â¬ pared Heat together till thoroughly mixed the white of one effg an equal quantity of cold water and a teaspoon ful of essence of vanilla or lemon Make this into a paste stiff enough to mold with ono pound to ono pound J id a quarter of icing sugar break off Bf pieces of this tho size of a nutmeg and roll them round and smooth then press the half of an English walnut meat into each sine allowing the cream to 6hov slightly all round The halves can bo dipped into a little plain sirup N Y if liked before using them World nutmeg three ounces ot moist Mix all thoroughly together put them into a well buttered bak- ivKuml iBBr ing tush Jlrcalc one antl one hali ounces of tjood butter in small pieces over the top and bake in a moderate oven ono and a half hours Detroit Free Press iRrntucl w Thigar with a fog or rain prevailing outside It is not uncommon to see sheets and bedding hanging out of a window with perhaps rain not actually falling but with ninety per cent of humidity in the atmosphere and tho person sleep- Â¬ ing in that bed at night wonders tae next day where he got his cold A room may bo aired in moist weather but the bed and bedding must not ab- Â¬ sorb any dampness Hoston liudgct Nice Ihcatl Pudding Itrenk stale bread into small pieces and pour on them as much boiling water or milk as wlll soak them well Let them stand until the liquid is cool Pour the liquid out and mash the bread until it is quite free from lumps Measure this pulp and to every quart put in half a teaspoonful of salt one teaspoonful of Hods should be stripped of a bed well all belongings and left to air thorough Â¬ ly Dont however leave a window open directly upoif tho bed and linen It is not everybody who can make carry There wasnt a blind beggar selling lead pencils or an old woman Has a full lino of dress goods tho launwith the cup and music box that had dress Mall and Express lost its voice to be seen I was so thirsty and soda water and A FAin lady becomes still fairer by UBlng California pears were live cents Apri Glenns Sulphur Soap Hills Hair aud Whisker Dye 10 cents cots were either three cents each or two for five Aiwats making nftcisuments tho hotel Why did I not buy ono for three clerk Mull and Express cents Why bless you I was too big a Kn Opium In Pisos Curo for Consumption capitalist to make so small a purchase Cures where other remedies fall 25o I had four cents and I wanted to spend A sniXE on your shoes is worth two on nil or none The situation was becoming tragical your coat when I remembered tint Diddy wanted a particular kind of twig broom for the kitchen that cost just four cents Moral Put money m thy purse N Y Her- Â¬ and then dont forget it ald The census preliminary returns show an aggregate of ir253 convicts Of this number in the penitentiaries 1791 are females There are HOMG white and It OS colored convicts Among the latter arc 237 Chinese 3 Japanese and 180 Indians The ratio of convicts to tho population increased from 701 in 1SS0 to 722 in 1S0U an increase equal to 13 per million Â¬ -mi WHAT FOUR CENTS WONT DO Distressing Advrntnrua of a Lnilr Shopper llciluccd to tho Credit Syatom Did you over happen to find your- Â¬ self thrown upon tho cold world with only four cents in your pocket Said a merry looking lndy ono of a group on the piazza of n summer hotel No Well I have and I do nssuro you it is not enough Absoluto pov- Â¬ erty would bo bliss in comparison I consider it the most nggravatlng sum one can possibly be possessed of Ouo hot day this summer I started out to do some shopping and after tak- Â¬ ing my seat in the elevated it occurred to mo to look into the stato of my finances when to my utter astonish- Â¬ ment and disgust I saw just four cents rattling around In a melancholy way in the bottom of my sachol my purse was conspicuous by its absence I found consolation in tho C O I system of delivery and reflected with gratitude that I was sure of getting home as I had purchased two tickets on my way down town Uut you could never guess tho num Â¬ ber of tilings I wanted to buy that day which could not bo sent homo C O D My eye for bargains was unusually keen or there never had been such tempting displays of sidewalk wares After I had put my hand into my pocket about iv dozen times in of search purso the I had neglected to bring I brought my self down to tho realities of tho situa- Â¬ tion ceased trying to make impossible purchases and began to cast about mo to sec how 1 could best disposo of that four cents It was too mean a sum to Â¬ will sell from principal stations on its lines on Tuesdays August 23 and Sept 15 nnd 10 Harvest Excursion Tickets at Lou llatts to principal cities and points in tho Farming iwgious or ttio wost Bouinwcstnnu orui west For tickets nnd fttrthor information coueornlng thoso excursions call on your nearest C 13 Q ticket agent or address P B Eustls Genl Pass nud Ticket Agent Chicago 111 Tho Burlington rottto Threo Harvest Excursion C II Q R It flr W nk ifAk nr irr ie J iie Mewre r lk nt Henlor is onrf for cnmlecH MieMoy hmh cec mem riM nt yr Tj PattUwSlnwfc 4JM o i r Kirtliip A smr is often saved by its nnchor but men nro often lost by their rancor Texas eoPYAKNr 1 in a cough moro than ovor when blood is bad your It makes things easy for Consumption But a curo for it in Dr Picrcos thcros Golden Medical Discovery A posi tivo curo not only for weak graphs und sample free Lungs Spitting of Blood Bron- Â¬ Asthma and all lingering Nnw Jrit8nT has no nightingales but sho chitis has tho mosnulto and us a nlpht bololst it Coughs but for Consumption itself Is a hummer lhiliulclphla Times in all its earlier stages Its rea- Â¬ All thoso diseases dopend Cheap icurnlna Kites vln Chicago St sonable Consumption is on tainted blood llittl Kinsts City Ily Tho Chlcapo St Paul KanaR City Rail- simply Lung - scrofula And for way announces a Harvest Excursion at ovcry form of scrofula and blood greatly reduced rates to principal points in tho Wost Northwest Southwestand South taint tho Discovery is a certain on September 2Jth tickets good for thirty Its so certain that its daysaud covering tho greatest variety of remedy makers guarantee it to benefit or routes For rates maps and other information in overy case or tho money is pertaining to this popular routo call on or cure refunded With a medicine that is address uny ticket ugeut certain this can bo done m Â¬ Tho Only Ono Kver Trlntod Can Tou Find tho WorUr Each week n different 3 Inch display Is published in this paper There nro no two words allko In oithor ad except Ono word llita word will bo found In tho ad for Dr rlc8 Iron Tonc Llttl0 Llvor Tills and lid Cherry RUtors Look for Crescent trado mark Read tho ad carefully and when you find tho word send it to them nnd thov will return you n book boautiful litho Â¬ teal Ticres danger THE It la n acamlcM alioo ff Ith no tacka or wax thread to hurt tho fcott mado of tbo beat flno calf atyllaa nnd oaay and feccauia ir make mon hot of Ala crmte thnn nv other manufnetuur It oqunli band arrd ahoca coitlnff from WOO to S500 tho ftucatcalt UIMloiinlun UunriRcwnd W L DOUGLAS S3 SHOE GNT1WH BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY WHY 18 THE I am a candy dato for your faSweet vor as tho bonbon Bald to tho hoy Brooklyn Eaglo Â¬ Â¬ IlAnsn purgatlvo remedies are fast giving wav to tho gentle action and mild offocts or Carters Llttlo Liver Pills ir you try them they will certainly please you Â¬ Theros a curo for Catarrh too no matter what youvo been led to believe If thoro isnt in your case youll get 500 cash Its a bona iido offer ahoo over offered for S30U cquala troaca Imnortwl alioca which coat from 3iito 1200 00 HnniUHewctlWnltHliOFt lino calf CiA aPHa atyllah cunifortnbta nnd durable Tho beat ahoo ovrr offered nt thla price t aamo grnuo as ouj- loniinnnn iiuen coiiihr i runt aow to avv CRQ 10 Iollco Hhooi Kannera llullrond oa DO and lttcrCnrrlemnll rurtheint llnocalf acniiiltua smooth Inildi heavy thrco soloa oxtoo nlon - ciIko Ono pair will wear a year aralinn cnii t no ucuer noa over offcnsl at tilts price t ono trial wriii convluco tnoM Trim want a alioo for comfort nnd norvloo ahoei 5 n nd 8JOO WorUliiniiiiuia PaCB nro ery itronif nnd durable Ihoso who Iinvo glvon tlii m n trlnl will wear uo other make nro mill 9175 acbool ESravd worn by tho boya everywhere ahoca soil V S t hoy on their mcrtta na tho IncrcniliiB aalca ahovr apiycd ahoo bcf I ICO IJJlOO lluml lionirota veryatyllantoaualsFroncu Imported ahocs costlnir from J4UU to SAIM Kiullia vt10 SUO and S17T ahoe for Mlaaes nro tho beat flno DonRola Htyllah and durable Jtmtlon Keo that W I Douulaa nonio and prlco aro stamped on tho Imt torn of each ahoo W U DOUGLAS Ilrockton Mast fte P7a Oi CO S00 Dil fHtA3 LdU Homeless Children fcA prietors of Dr Sagos Catarrh Remedy Theres risk in it to bo sure but they aro willing to tako tho risk you ought to bo glad to take tho medicine thats mado by tho pro- Â¬ m J Jr ONLY TRUE THE upfEc m TONIC 5VIU r- IRON Â¬ Harvest JUxcurilmw On August 25th and September 20lh the Chieico Nortti Western Hallway Co u ill run Harvest Excursions to points in Iowa Minnesota North and Soutli Dakota Nc bniMea Colorado Wyoming Utah Idaho Tickets for tlico excursions and Montana in every respect will bo will be good for return pnssago within thirty days from dnto of purchase and will be sold at such favorable rates us to afford a a excellent opportunity lor homo seekers and thosa in search of profitable investment to s ciillar totliolrsoxusliiKltflnil roao bloom on chceksbuaMllles Comploxlon SoM everywhere All ponnlno irooil hear bond u 2 cent stamp for UU pago Crcjceiit purity ItlOOD rrmilMo KlDNKYt rcmovo 1IVK1C disorder build strength renovr appciiio reaioro ncniui nnu vlcororvoiith Dvunenflln r iDdiKCSdon matured jcui lliKnbnolutoly oriillciUd iiimi urifjutcncd nrnin power mc reus cu bono nerves nius- cles receive now force ButTcrlnB from complaints o Tha American lCducntloniil Aid Anpoclntlon hkl provMuil 1 iWtiilldreii with homos In tnuilllea under th euro or iliHAijo Allchllitrun CliVtloiiiirocif HlKPIAI rUOMIHl In Intell ono month In iiuiim nnd hfnlth nnd nra ent Hir from In tnoao Tf totwnlvtiyeiirsuiid nroi rulvliiK thiiiii on iilnittyriiiyn trlnl nnlcta nape Glul contract la oilmrwlao tuiiile Homo nro wanted for thn followltic children A lovely boy 3 months old dark bluo oyoa ana A fl moiithR old hoy light bluo oyes and clear akin A 3 months old ulrl A blondo REV Nl V B VAN ARSDALE IKIi aoneful fliipeilutondent Ilooni 41 tttlO In Nnllu Htrvtl ChlQUge Ahviiyi Jhicloao Ntump j y pamphlet DR HARTER MEDICINE CO St Louis Mo Â¬ examine for themselves tho many advan Â¬ tages offered by tho Great West and North Several country dressmakers have west Tho reports received Irom this en complained that the trimming and fit Â¬ tire rojriou indicate an exceptionally abun dant harvest this year and these excursions ting of a basque are less than tho put will ho run at tho very season when exact ting together which may be but I do demonstration ot tho merits of this favored not think that even this latter task Boction can bo maile For rates and detailed agent or apply to equals the mastering of the many little Information A Thrall any ticket Passenger General osn W details that go toward making a well uddi Ticket Agent Chicago tc and finished gown For instance do you Ity Chicago III lHittlntr tiirnicMitK ToRotlur Â¬ North-Wester- n Â¬ know protector in tho back and that they Should bo faced with velveteen in place of a skirt braid It requirers three yards of luce to trim the front and sides of a skirt and three fourths of a yard to make a full sleeve frill Fan backs aro only caught half way down the skirt back from tho edge of the plaits and loosely so that they will not draw that the dip skirts must have a Well Im near stick of timber wearily ly through answered tho nugor Uhiuufo Tribune Aac as small as homcepathle pellet and s easv to take as sugar Everybody likes tboinCurtorh Little Liver Pills Try thau Ab the mercury climbs up tho pcrbpira tlon rolls down Atlanta Jourtul Looks down on his congregation tha New skirts have an inlaid panel up the clergyman Mail and Express front which means to have a straight piece of contrasting goods some eight Tnn mercury enjoys a sunnv climb nowa inches wide up tho front with each days Biugliamton Republican side laid over this like a deep plait Whkk a man is put out ho Is fired but it which is trimmed with a lengthwise Is not so with a candle Washington row of gimp Star Ladies Home Journal CoNsoMxn You boro me paid the Both tho method and results whon MONEY forall EX SLAVES MONEY Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant HE6R0 PREACHERS AIIQ TEACHERS READ and refreshing to tho tastoj and acts i ell nil i xelnTco 4monoy orilii ifmtoernd n uutil gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys ililblcm biulKt -- Vriiuliiui h book conliilnliiir Irt liiw P HAHOLD HAYES M D Liver and Bowels cleanses tho syst era from Kckiu HIcIioiik lKlericUliMiliifillllKi tem effectually dispels colds head Â¬ BurrAxo K Y Newman btnittor Culloiii tx llii wire At trillnrrloii aches and fevers and cures habitual JikIko TImii ton ninl innny otliuih lw jiaircH lllimtri constipation Syrup of Figs is tho tr lilntilo tmiirB rtc rnllv IXiilnlnliiir Ills only remedy ot its kind ever pro- Â¬ 1KKHlON FIAVi IlllL W white to uo ron rnooiro jo Cltilm nro now forniliiifov duced pleasing to the laito and ac- Â¬ W ery here nnil ar enuura lyftXJJi UII3 VAfXU nr Um ywi wo ceptable to tho stomach prompt in ltirVniirhniiV lilllnin lioduocil In tlm Ilfty lift its action and Iruly beneficial in its iTiLrm In the r lulmlf oiiawojb aanin ux nlclnutMlOraahaiidlitr effects prepared only from tho most month forwimoand Ultfer tnt nmounta fur otlivr now healthy and atrrceablo substances its Mayor Vatitdiana book that la tho Iwrt many excellent qualities commend it tory of the rnco ever wilt Itcdiired rate round trip day Kxcuralons ten Klvc cuirelit lrnaolia why the Onternmeiit Into Jllnnciota Ihn Dakota 30 itoulanx Tla to an ana navo mauo id mo most and ahotild ninl mutt urnnt tho ircat Northern Ilallnay from St 1aul Mimic popular remedy known former iifKro livu a pen Iluluth and Veat Suuorlor Aufr 5 Kent nloii Vrlte ntonce ntulsi t nimll Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50o In hl pen- - lb and 811 In connection nllli Kaatoru llnra your umncintc Sea piuii rruiiri nu hihi H your nrareat Uriel spent cnrlteV I MIIITNEY and 1 bottles by all leading drugAdd ent n nhoro until llio hill bucomea aI law U Hot H II U I T A St InuMllun KVVAMK U1S PAlIttm UtM Any reliablo druggiEt who LUIUNtKx JUyoDWaahlliKtuiUU 0 gists not havo it on hand will pro may THtOHlO euro it promptly for any pno who IIJMJ WELL wishes to try it Do not accept any DRILL substitute Vg I TV f CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO with ntir fa in huh Well Tlie ontr Aliir liliitry SAN FRANCISCO CAL elfcUinlna ana h Guaranteed f NEW YORK NY LOUISVILLE Kr itdropplnc toola In ua olbuluttly Water Id NYMAN LOOMIS mlalexae proof KKKK TirriN oiiio Au Â¬ ASTH m A WB m CURED WE WILL SEIO JTOXT TESTIMONY PKOM Pi JPLE EJ LIVE 7EAK YOU jJOCirAHCE OF CMMATIS kkOSD HAY FEVER v- - V 111 un EAT COUNTRY -- to Â¬ Towcr5 rt wk o o Improved FLICKER f ffr Q BORE WELLS I si proems of has discovered away of m ak without pig A making steel hog was found long InR sausago without For Afternoon Wciir ago -- Columbus Dispatch Few materials arc prettier for dressy ho is Tnn tramp may not bo as black as OMwrnoon wear than tho new printed painted but hts slow puco proves that ho Is crepons they fall so softly and tho not a last color Besides this ho wont ennkled grounds givo such a subdued wash Raltlmoro American neet to tho flowers with which tho Tnn polito reporter wroto that MJ piano pieces rendered JS8 ro Pftttorned A silk foundation Chroinattcintor sot upseveralshe reuded tho that t ho SoMEnonT the Hitlr One of the smartest stvles of hair- essinpr for yowntr Indies at tho present time is to wear a full raised fringe in front to wave tho rest of the hair so that the waving shows at tho napcof the neck and at the sides and a largo Grecian coil on tho crown of the head This is often replaced by a cluster of marteaux but tho hair should not be dressed high on top of tho head nor curled in tho nape of the neck The style of hnirdrcsslng in the evening differs very little from that of the day Â¬ time If tho Grecian knot is not worn more soft curls and mnrteaux nro intro- Â¬ duced into tho coiffure but tho great mJct is to preserve the proper form of ww head Detroit Free Press To DrcHS eye A suMMCit book la bound to please tho tho dress of tho piazza reador nnd match Picayune f being A steak is nono tho moro costly for raro Richmond Recorder N O It soonis Now Girl hotel waltrcssl Duffalo Express If I was iiiald to ordcr tho Tnn forlorn maiden who gazes at marked symptoms of Luuaseo moon shows Wcstilold Standard toIs Almost iovcry traveler nil a dovotco of son In tnn street iUI Night Clkhk How doeB a it seem to bena German Syrup 99 f i Skkert hivr toidctFithDrind TiUDLntUonrvdx 5oftWooler WatCh Pull Collar A iSVl Jrcl A HARVEST FXCURSIONS Via Missouri Pacific Ry TO UlaSOUHI KANSAS AHD Iron Mountain Routi 1UXA - KntinhmouhRostoa A Transcript Faun incensed at tho pokcr playlng proclivities of a brother friar wont us to call 1dm n Post jte greatly improves tho nppearanco Morulng Star to pIoces Qre8Sj tn tllls js no mcnns es- - piano tomperatiM j These crepons do not soil Din your husbaud tako my Blnk O heart asked Rev SVly nor do they show aggressively OB 5V slight mar upon their surface ribbons to match tho color of Epoch jf Jrl pattern and sleeves of benga- - Nooxe has yet succeeded in petting up balloon but correspond aro also becom ahower of rulii by exploding by kuMat the buwv caued djMaets but are entirely optional firS JStaT bubbljs are very o 2y ftucrobVr tliWuws Wlnt Hllf Pott Vbmyavd coo G Gloger Druggist Watcrtown Wis This is the opinion of a man who keeps a drug store sells all medicines comes in direct contact with the patients and their families and knows better than anyone else how remedies sell and what true merit they have He heariJ of all the failures and successes and can I know of no therefore judge medicine ior Coughs Sore Throat or Hoarseness that had done such effective work in my Coughs family as Boschees GermanSyrup Last Sore Throat wiuter a lady called was Hoarseness at my store whovery suffering from a severe cold She could hardly talk and I told her about German Syrup and that a few doses would give relief but she had no confidence in patent medicines I told her to take a bottle and if the results were not satisfactory I would make no charge for it A few days after she called and paid for it saying that she wouldnever be without it in uture as few dose had givn her Â¬ TOWJR Mf BOSTON MASS CiUicrt AmrnatXA TIIIKTT tlVH LIHIT AXU aTllPVriCK II 0 TOWNHKND u 1 A UUItKJI WEST AND SOUTHWEST Sptiittnir lr Kiitoiulirra St au AUKANSAti ronTa- - f ItlriLKUKB Louia Mo hiwrcatHiH tIP KIM ullmnlufcaiilie torpid liver ntrotiirh ciiHttiollirHtlvortrtuiMrefrulHtetbe bow els uud are uaequMled a ma AND WHISKEY HABITS AT 1IUMH WITH HIT RAIN lliukrtrintr l I II M WOUIrKV A ATLANTA 101H WbllahaUalM MAUXTUIS VATtiHHJ UaMWnt M tluulara HKNI frMCli ii ANTI BILIOUS MEDICINE In malarial tllntricis tbelr vlrtuen are MliIclyrecoinlKeUHStle7iioiieiwpec nllarprepertioHlnXreelRfrtlioMyatem from tbut polasen KIaraHtlr Nttsar coiitud Ioo maall 1rloc aoeU B IBLE Anl nun n NAHKTnii t ANIC Viaptr PANORAMA - MratwTa UlUTCn AQKNT8 Itherrfaa K Hoot ins IHUfltlK rotir proflta by addrdaa ruHiKii rvaulHu cu rMaatipkia ra a oada aall at alht I hVnrir only canltal ra tuird Addrea CO IKOil Cliani of ComiiurcaCliltaKollL lKCIUI WXIM IHla fAlMattq liMywailM DYE TUTTS HAIR 91 00 per Price Perfectly box 1303 orrieu natural41 ParU Place 3 A xa X Y WIUN KKITIVOTO AIVEnTIJtUS JUSK atnto thul you uw Ua Atlvartlaaiaaat Im Ma Dcst CATARKn P ISOS REMEDY FORImtnddiaM Cheapest Itellel U Cold In HeMltnaanoeiutti EaaJert le cure U ferula lof r noatrlls it U an Ointment of vrhlnli a small nartlcta s annlled to lTteeocij8oiiidnirttufnttywH tlwa is wr If WTlAPTTaPaTTS OWING TO INCREASED PATRONAGI W Commercial College OSWBmSSm p i V OVER THE WOULD IN A WEEK STVTE SUNSHINE AND 8HADOW I LP fc W F By tfoe laws of Texas n homestead cam rKt be touched fur debt K Philadelphia man wear u pair of akoen made from elephant hide Tho bank of Lyons supposed to be Ofie of the strongest in Kansas has 8tn pernled -- An earthquake shook lasting about ten seconds wan recently felt at Portland and Salem Oregon Ron well P Flower Imh been nominated by tho Democrats of New York a candidate for Governor Potatoes aro so plentiful in South- Â¬ ern California that they nro offered at ft cents a sack in the ground The Farmers Alliance in Iown has split one faction desiring to take inde Â¬ pendent political action while the other dues not An armed desperado in Florida 8tej ped into a negro church and compelled the deacons to take up a collection for his benefit Â¬ I Ax apple weighing a pound and a half the product of u tree in Maysville T411 Winchester Fair association was blessed with fine weather and the Fair is was a financial success A Post opkici has been established at Donnelly Lee county and Jckmj II I W iiivil tilil vohjuujhi sjiu j in Itiiii ucill ujjjnjiuiii tiiuiitinulAw art Ix Hath county last week George F Green was sentenced to the penitentiary for life for shooting one Davidson from ambush Miss Subij McIiifhfok living at Stanford Ky attempted to cut her throat because her father a minister objected to her lover Thk Gilliland brothers who were at tho head of a gang of murderers and sup ocd to have killed Sheriff McHargue at Somerset were hanged by a mob Thk Brcckenridgc News says with par Â¬ donable pride that the last ten years have wrought marvelous changes in Breeken ridge countys social and commercial k 4 1 1 The big cotton strike in Arkansas which Humphrey of tho Colored Alli- Â¬ ance said would tako place on the 12th Inst failed to materialize At Port Huron Mich Arthur Mc- Donald remonstrated with Thelo Kyne for beating Mrs Kyne and was shot dead Kyne escaped to the woods Oliver C Wilson Jr paying teller of the Produce National bank of Phila- Â¬ delphia has been arrested charged with embezzling 2r00 of the banks funds Ono man at Evans Colo threshed the wheat of 100 acres of his farm and got 3500 bushels for his trouble From twenty acres of barley he got 1J71 bushels In St Louis Maggie Dolan had her love Eugene Shire arrested for assault to kill Ho got out on bail sought her and cut her throat and his own Both will die prosperity A IltOTKcriVE society has been organ- Â¬ ized by the girls of Scottsville They propose to boycott young men who do not give them the attention they deserve Peace may be secured however by a treaty of reciprocity MiDDiKHitOiiouuii gave a ball in honor of the delegates to the State Sunday The Magic City has School convention its own way of doing things but the connection between a ball and a Sunday School convention is not apparent At Knottsville Davies county last week Dave Gaddes stubbed and killed Arthur Hell Gaddes was placed in jail Ilell had been drinking and had fallen Gaddes helped him up and from a log received a cursing and a blow for thanks Bennett H Youxo Judge Richards and other capitalists interested iu the Richmond Nicholasville aud Irvine rail road are iu Lee county asking an addi- Â¬ tional subscription of 15000 to the building of the road with prospects of success The City and County Assessors iu McCracken county are taking an unfair advantage of the real estate boomers by keeping notes for the next assessment of values of city lots and county lauds as fixed by the owners in thoir oilers and prices for sale Tin oldest horse in the United States is owned in Louisville and is 47 years old He bears the scar of a gunshot wound received at tho battle of Buena Vista during the Mexican wi r He liv s on boiled com and other soft food as he has lost all his teeth There are 1179i7 acres of laud in Woodford county assessed for 1891 at 5250905 Tho average assessed value is 4455 per acre being a higher valua- Â¬ tion than in any other county in tl e Stato except Fayette whoso average value is 5885 per acre Johx Lorke of Nebraska filed suit in the United States Court at Covington recently against 1G0 defendants The action is to recover some 40000 acres of land in Powell and Lee counties The Mr Loree 1000000 suit involves claims titlo through n Virginia patent is- Â¬ sued by Patrick Henry as Governor Last week the storo of I N Phipps at Morchcad was robbed and burned Loss on storo aud house 4350 insur- Â¬ ance 2750 Mr Phipps thinks tho store was undoubtedl robbed and then sot on fire as the first ono to arrive found tho doors open and various articles of cloth- Â¬ ing wcro found in a lot adjoining the store as if tho thieves had dropped them iu their llight The recent term of Estill Circuit court was the most important ever held in tho county On Monday tho 14th William Puckctt was sentenced to bo hanged on December 4 on the 15th his son Am brose was sentenced to tho penitentiary for life and on tho day following anoth or sou Tobe recoived a lifo sentence Theso three clubbed a peaceful citizen to death on last Novembor election day The Maysvlllo Commonweal has the As an engineer on the following story O was approaching Vancoburg he O saw a man lying on tho track ahead He applied the air brakes and stopped the train just in timo to savo tho mans lifo Thinking tho man drunk ho gave him a kick to arouse him It turned out that ho was not drunk but in a fit and when he recovered he had tho engineer arrest Â¬ Such is ed and finod 9 for assault Â¬ Consumption Cured All old physician retired from prac Â¬ tice having Wid placed in his hands by an East India missionary the formula of a simple vegetable remedy for the speedy and permanent cure of Consumption Bronchitis Catarrh Asthma aud all Throat and Lung Affections al a posi Â¬ tive and radical cure for Nervous Debil Â¬ ity and all Nervous Complaints after having tested its wonderful curative jmw crs in thousands of cases has felt it his duty to make it known to his sullering fellows Actuated by this motive and a desire to relieve human suffering I will send free of charge to all who desire it this recipe in Germau French or Eng Â¬ lish with full directions for preparing aud using Sent by mail by addressing witli stamp naming this paper W A Noves 820 Powers Block Rochester N Y 4yl Knitlng Keniedy A Meouimixk the only permanent cure for all forms of headache and neuralgia relieves the pain in from 15 to 20 min- Â¬ utes For sale on positive guarantee at The Heram office or sent postpaid by mail on receipt of price 50 cents a box ANNOUNCEMENTS 1891 I 1892 Kentucky central railway FROM HAZEL GREEN S1IORTE5T AND QUICKEST ROUTE CENTRAL KENTUCKY ACADEMY Normal and Preparatory School FIRST TERM 1IEUIXH iSrSciiEiUip ix Effkct May 10 7 1S91 WEST AND SOUTHWEST FAST LINE BETWEEN LEXING Â¬ TON AND CINCINNATI NORTH EAST 1891 No 1 TO ALL POINTS MONDAY SEPTEMBER South Hound CoviiiLtou Rates of Tuition per Month 100 150 and 200 Â¬ Cincinnati jEir Payable nue half nil entering School the otherat middle of term FREE SCHOLARSHIPS Any scholars takit g first and second hon ors on tin completion of their courses iu the Academv shall be entitled to a free scholar ship each iu Kentucky University A free scholarship in the Academy will be awarded to one pupil from each of the following mountain countie viz Itreathitt Clay Elliott FIomI Harlan Johnson Knott Lee Leslie Letcher Iwrence Martin Magolliu Menelee Morgan Owsley Perry Pike Pow ell and Howan provided such arrange input lutve liotii nm ilc for the comnetittve examination b the common school author ities or with their consent as shall enable each student of common school grades to compete for the scholarship and the appli nnnt tlnrifnr fbnll hour a certificate from the examiner that he has obtained the high est mark attained upon the examination in his couut Â¬ Â¬ Nvr Â¬ Williamsburg o lipm Ar G2Upm Jellico Le 1 60 pm itichmoiid 4 15in Lancaster Ar r20pm Stanford NOIITH IlOUNU Richmond Livingston Corbius MiildlrxlinroliLli Cuinberluiid Ga Le Corbin Paris Lexington Paris Winchester Kxpress Fst Le Le 8 10am 8 00pm 8 18 am 8 08 lm Arj 11 18 am 10 23 pm 12 lOnn 11 00 pm Le 11 Dillv No 5 Dailv No 3 iVccom Ex Hun 3 00im 3 00 pm 0 IOjiu 7 00 pm i 15 Dailv V5am iMpm oOpm pm Ar 12 1 3im a lOnn 7 05 pm 7 55 pm 1 7 Ao I im tWJUII tttt t i i r0 pm Express Stanford Lancaster Richmond No 2 Dailv c No 4 Dailv 7 00 am 7 50 am 10 15 am No U Dailv Ex Sim Weakness Biliousness take It cures quickly medicine Br UllUArN8 IKON BITTBliS Malaria Indigestion and Â¬ For sale by all dealers In Get tho genuine Williamsburg Corbin iinilM Ar 5 Iilliii Ss -Ar Le 2 li6 -- Le LC c 1 ROARDIXG R S ST11ADER Successors to 74 E SON Co J A LUL Main Stueet LEXINGTON KY We are arranging to build a Dormitory that will accommodate X boarders aud will have it readv for occupancy by the opening of school There will not be anv more trou The cost of ble about too high board board will be Â¬ Corbin Livingston Livingston Richmond Middlesburough 5 Le Le ban H5 Ar i C 8 15am 8 50 am 0 35 am 3 5 U 33 am G 58 nin 9 25am K - 11 05 am cr 11 In Nickcrson Kas the other day a justice of the peace was undecided which side of a lawsuit was right so he left it to the lawyers to decide upon a game of checkers An old lady of Salina Kas begins her Monday morning prayer by saying 0 Lord Thou hast probably read in tho morning papers how Thy day was pm 2 00pm 3 45 pm Lexington 2 45 pin 4 25 pm Paris We will he prepared to do Straight Kentucky Whiskies next session than ever before better work Covington 5 40 pm i 37 pm During the Ar 10 55am 5 50 pm G 45 pwv summer the school will be supplied with Cincinnati c Wines Brandies globes etc etc maps charts ou cannot find a butter school iu the W L AIUNbON Trav Pass Agt Cincinnati Ohio OLD WHISKY A SPECIALTY mountains of Kentucky Our rates aie low S It Knott FINE C P Atmore Normal we keep our methods of teaching Gen Pass Agt Traffic Mannger CIGARS AND TOBACCO abreast with the tide of education Our pu General Offices Louisville Ky pils are our best advertisement We refer Agents for Old Pugh Old Pepper Old S F B Mouse Asst Gen PassAgt you to them Tarr mid Old Taylor Hazel Green is the prettiest town in East Office Chamber of Commerce Building Cincinnati Ohio ern Kentucky free from many of ills ol No 2 Daily to nil points except Rowland those of more popularailway towns and tion iio saloons or harbors of temptation Division which is daily except Sunday No 1 Runs dally from Lexington to CinThe people welcome strangers and influences for good are thrown around them cinnati No 2 Runs dailv All boarders will be under the supervision No 5 Runs daily from all stations exof the teachers Send for catalogues etc cept the Rowland Division which is daily Wholesale Dealers in 2 per Week Everything Furnished Winchester Paris 05 am Ar 6 55 am 7 45 am Le 7 00 am 7 53 a in Ar 10 40 am l2 1 4Upm 4pm 15am 2 33 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WM H CORD except Sumlav No 3 Mav8189l PRINCIPAL ington Nos No 4 Daily except Sunday Daily between Cincinnati and Lex Â¬ if A EZEL KY BH lUlW desecrated yesterday At Zaucvillc Ohio Mrs Hannah 1 i s Rfo Wilson a widow aged 45 was killed by her horse running away She was thrown from a cart being caught in one of the wheels and drugged half a mile Another crazy Indian has turned up among tho Cheyenues and the indica tions are that all the Messiah and ghost dance foolishness which had such disastrous results last winter will be set going again A man fishing at Jersey England Was caught by the rising tide and a boat had to bo put out to rescue him The next day a magistrate sentenced him to eight days hard labor for tho troublo ho bad caused Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ flL Jul C3 r tl fJAS 2 and 0 make connections at Win Â¬ chester for points on the N N M V E D No 2 Carries through cars from Cincin- Â¬ nati to Middlesbnrough nud Cumberland Gap and all intermediate stations and runs daiily IN EFFECT MAY ISth 1891 THE OLD uiz WPO rxSr KENTUCKY ROUTE Newport News Mississippi Valley Co IE D l KB r J It Sharp UIUIO ftjffl If bVBIbVB V1K ryr J0 Watches Clocks Jewelry - - HAZEL GREEN Having just thoroughly overhauled the K h Ten thousand Colorado peoplo asÂ¬ sembled at Rocky Ford recently to cele- Â¬ brate a mysterious festival styled watermelon day Each person present was mado tho recipient of a watemelon and a strango and gory repast followed A Texas mother Mrs Geo Griffin considers it her duty to increaso the Democratic majority in that Stato rapid Â¬ ly She has glvoit birth to seven chil- Â¬ dren all of whom aro doing well in iho past ton months triplets and quartets Vermont baa a moonshiner against whom nearly a thousand indictments have been found Should ho be con- Â¬ victed in each case ho would have to nerve all his life and thirty or forty years over unless of course ho should happen to die lntho meautime L P Samnions a wealthy farmer residing near Bellairc Ohio was caught stealing wheat from tho granary of a poor widow He is worth about 20000 and has plenty of grain 6f his own but some 500 bushels of wheat and oats that have been mitred in that neighborhood were traced to his granaries Ho is in jail John Eli is jail at Columbus Ohio on the charge of stealing a wholo barber shop J H Whitmor is tho victim 11 was given a key to the shop by ono el the barbers to give to Whitmef the proprietor and proceeded o have tho fixtures moved in a transfer wagon He was arrested after he hadlisposed of the goods whiek are valued at 91000 Â¬ WASHINGTON PHILADELPHIA BALTIMORE NEW YORK OLD POINT THE SEA SHORE And all Eastern Cities The Direct Line to LEXINGTON LOUISVILLE ST LOUIS KANSAS CITY CHATTANOOGA MEMPHIS Aud all Points West and Northwest and South and Southwest EAST Uruce Trimble T G Denton hound Le Fast Fast MM Accom Express Daily Daily Daily ex Sun ex Sun C SHARP TRIMBLE MT STERLING DENTON KY Hazel Green Mills wu are now better than Lexington Winchester ever prepared to do Mt 15pm Have now a complete line of Clothing Hats Boots Shoes and Gents Furnishing Goods Wo solicit an inspection of our goods and guarantee prices satisfactory and articles as recommended Â¬ 10 30pm Ashland 10 43pm And wo respectfully ask all wishing Corn Cnttlettsburg Huntington Ar U 07pm or Wheat ground to give us a trial We guarantee satisfaction HOUND WEST Olive Hill Sterling 7 00pm 7 30pm 9 03pm 10 40am 10 00pm 12 12 12 7 35am 5 45pm 8 23um 7 10pm 8 52nm 7 45pm 15pm 28pm 50pm HAZEL GREEN MILL CO TR J F LOCKHART Huntington Cattlettsburg Ashland Olive Hill Le 1 1 matk AMOS DENTIST EZEL WITH v Sterling Winchester Lexington Mt G25am 150pm G37am 3 03pm 8 20nm 4 00am 4 32pm 10 27 am 0 25am 4 58pniill 15am 7 15am Ar 5 30pml2 05pm 8 05 am 20pm 39pm G 00 nm CLARENDON T HE Cor LimestoneLexixgtoxstsKy and Short W H BOSWELlTprowiietor There tins been added an Annex with 20 large well ventilated rooms Street Cars pans the door every five minutes Located within two squares of depot KY DAVIS Manufacturers of CECIL HOTEL WEST LIBERTY KY S W CECIL Jr Proprietor This new hotel has just bceu opened Tor tho reception of cueats Fare excellent good sample rooms livery stable Iu connection Kates reasonable nuJS 50000 White Oak trees 18 inches and up wards in diameter Timber must be In large boundaries within six miles of the K U railroad or nearer if possible and easy ac Â¬ Â¬ TR J A TAULBEE Physician and Surgeon Hazel Green Wolfe County KENTUCKY East of Huntington on the C fc O route Fast MaiiTuains run daily except Sun day between Lexington and Huntington Make direct connections ntHuntiugton with 9 C JfcO At Ashland with S V Rv At 96 W Pearl street Cincinnati O Winchester with K C R R norOi and at West Liberty Ky feR south bound andN at Lexington with L N L 8 and C O A T P Railroads Lexington and Olive Hill Accomo P FANT JAMES THE OLD REMAIILK dation daily except Sunday Connects at Winchester to nnd from K C points nml Hat House of W S Dickinson o nt Lexington with L S R It for Louisville For full information in regard to Rntoc Cor Pearl Vine CINCINNATI Invites nil of his mountain friends and es Routes etc apply to nny Agent of this or pecially tho merchants to give him a call connecting lines or to II E Huntinoton C L Brown when in the city V P and G M G P A BETTMAN BROS Co and has Vestibuled Pullman linnet SleepcrH between Louisville Lexington Washington New York and Old Point Comfort This train is made part of the celebrated Limited Ykstiiiuikd Exhiess runs dailv F F V 0 GIiOVMNG a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ G W Baknky LKXINGTON G A Lexington Ky W S ky G A Harrison Akhland Kv KY cessible seplSwS Address DAY HOUSE FALYON JR Ileattyvllle Ky After a sea diet to prevent boils and gratitude assist aoellmatkw use Ayers Sareaparil- Am teaks - ftsw stsnwMrlcsrfcsssftoW LL JLJLu ipaaiw Will CM - ttlM OOD DAY a twood TEACHERS INSTITUTE PROCEEDINGS 111 FDAY Happy aad cooteatisahosw with TheRoWith a new trimming machine a modem ATTORNEYS AT LAW cksstsrahmpwitk the light of th mornta atanler fast job pre an abundance of type Office over Exchange Bank Mawvllle Mt Sterling Kv FH wrftt KAUr Lam O A7 ark and ttpsrier workmen we are better pra psrsd M print Institute Proceeding than The justly celebrated H Moatromery Powell fienfree fa I T Kentucky give Wolfe Hrenthitt Ttowau dui m- - wj pens Hull Hair ltenewtr unshaken is a say w KHtrnSPKKCNK COOPEK wuKi us your orders mr CflHatlwi ami Saprlor Ceari and Conrt are sold at this officeicrryiaii aiceidoaen at 10 ceuta a Kdltor Hrlu 1 1 mo I Grssn Ky of Aivpl flue ilreesiMf for tl hair aud the bet pencil in town at 6c apiece - fthui This house has been recently refitted and is at all times sup- pueu wun tiio best in the market Kates reasonable Sample room attached and spe Â¬ cial rates to commercial men Patronage In respectfully solicited 61y Mrs LOU DAY Proprietress IlAZKL GRKEN relnrnithedand the table Ple Jfiie Ua III w