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Digital page images are linked to the text file. -- - v tM iwr C V v 1 r 5 k - J- V - SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor Hazel Green Herald r - t U i J fT - - W - I ltf vV vPVi SXy TBu ir m r lii- Of a Noisy World With Nows From All Nations LumbYing i at His Baok Sl00 A YEAR Always In SEVENTH YEAH m HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY FRIDAY OCTOBBrI A 1891 NUMBER S8 WE DO THE I f- ANNIHILATION FINE MONUMENT r PRICES -- o OF o- - y GREAT STOCK TAKING SALE OF tho organization tho 0 K Warren Post of Brooklyn of tho Grand Army of tho Republic formed to erect a sulta bio statue to tho chief engineer of tho army of tho Potomac Is phenomenal among Mich memorial undertakings After an invitation to several Kculptors of established reputation the model of Henry Uacrer herewith represented Stutuc to floncral Oouvcrncur K Warren to llo Krcctoil 1h lirnoklyn For a movement that was only Inau- Â¬ gurated sixty days ajjo the progress of S I II -- kn J TV jCLOTHING BUSINESS IN CENTRAL KENTUCKY You can mako vouf faro and at leant 30 cent besides to come to Lex I ng to a ami imy your Clothing 10 r h ri J HT Otf CiOTHitfjJ SUITS AND OVERCOATS for Men and Hoys from us Beside tlita wo ofler you tho largest stock to select from that you can seo anvwhero I if H CLOTHING -- if you cullit come wrUo Hml o AT o- - TELL US WHAT YOU WANT and well send you samples to select from If goods dont suit that we sell or send you RETURN AT OUR EXPENSE If you want a suit mado to order rih cant come let us know and well send you samples atid measuring blank with df rections to tako your ineastiro and well astonish you how cheap wo can make your clothes to order for you Wb aiihh H0hmhK and retail louisaauss TfiMJS PRICE CUT IN TWO READ OUR PRICES READ OUR PRICES READ OUR PRICES Our 750 Suit worth 15 Our 10 Suit worth 20 Our 15 Suit worth 80 Our 20 Suit worth 40 Our 1 Undershirt marked down to 50 Cents Our 1 Drawers marked down to 50 Conts Our 2 Undershirt marked down to 1 Our 2 Drawers marked down to 1 ONE PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE M 04 East Main KAUFMAN CO LEXINGTON KV Strt fcIPlfo according to Leslies Illustrated Newspaper selected as a graphic ex- Â¬ pression of Warrens attitude on Little Round Top during the most desperate struggle on the field of Gettysburg It has been approved by the Generals widow While spirited and even dra Â¬ matic in pose it Is faithful in portrait ure the military and defiant feature of his elastic figure being very pro- Â¬ was Â¬ MWIfpi WIIOLK8ALK AND ItKTAII DKALUIUJ IN yrwm0 - il BOYS DEPARTMENT All goods marked in Plain Figures We will cut them in Half which means 50 cents on the Dollar AIT FAFEK IANGINGS9AND r Good Summer Coats at 20 Cents INTERIOR BBCOKATIONS No 32 West Fourth Street CINCINNATI Mens Seersucker Coats 50 Cents Worth 1 00 to select from MBThis is an opportunity once in a lifetime Re Hy member you have the best assortment in Kentucky Louis m i Gus Straus Leading Clothiers of Lexington Ky Itaili Ladies Delightful Home Six Departments MUSIC Superior Facilities for the Higher Education of Young First class in all appointments Location CLASSICS SCIENTIFIC Central ART ENGLISH COMMERCIAL New Buildings and Furniture S W for catalogue je2G8m Terms Reasonable Send PEAROY rresulent WINCHESTER KY mo mTCHKUUL DEALER IN - Although tho contract between the sculptor and Warren Post does not ex Â¬ press the fact that the memorial is to be erected there its destination without any doubt will be Prospect Park which ultimately will have several expressive and Imposing memorials of the civil war It will be recalled that General War Â¬ ren was chief topographical engineer under General Hooker during the Get Â¬ tysburg fight and went to Little Round Top on the morning of tho sec Â¬ He found tho ond day of the battle signal corps gathering their flags to leave the hill Ho also discovered that Hoods Texans were flanking Sickles corps nnd threatened disaster to the General Warren by a Union army ruse de guerre made the enemy believe we were stronger than we were and dashed down the height In search of troops Tie secured a brigade and battery and led them up to the scene just as Hoods men were coming up tho other side of the summit and then ensued a d fight which re- Â¬ bloody thrilling Incident of mains perhaps the the civil war Mr Baerer has wrought the face and attitude of this statue with a determination nnd eagerness to excel that make It one of the best productions of the sculptors art serving to com memorate tho bravo and signal deeds of either Confederate or Union soldier The chairman of the monument com Â¬ mittee is Mr B C Smith Â¬ hand-to-hanÂ¬ nounced The figure will be of bronze heroic in size that Is seven and a half feet high and will stand on a mass of gran Â¬ ite bowlders taken from the historic spot of Little Round Top itself with the consent of the Gettysburg Battle Field Association W H MEARA President 0 G MITCHELL Secretary 0 AilJJbJittjAJAijGlJ The underthjned tukos pleasure in announcing that they have JubI completed ar rangements wim tno American jjook tonipuny turn win enable nun to sell tlie acliool- bou kw adopted by the state Jioaru ot Juiucut on at the following reduced rates XA MeUuflcyB Small Primer Hays New First Arithmetic 15 H Necond Arithmetic JteviHcd Irimcr 17 Eclectic Speller m Third Arithmetic G1EAFEE SGHOOI BOOKS First Header 17 HO i Key to name 7C McGufleys 1st Kelectio Geoirranhv Co au Keiuotie ueograpliy 1 it 7i 1 50 Id Kelectio Geography 8r The above school book nubllcatlotiN of the American Ihiok Company are well known standards and we shall at all times have a full hiiimiIv on hand for snle to school officer teachers or pupils at the prices named Other school books published bv the American Hook Company 137 Walnut Street Cincinnati implied at eorrespundiuclv low prices i J T DAY CO Hnief Green Ky 42 Second Header Third Header lllkh Arithmetic Key tn same 60 85 Fourth Header Fifth Header Sixth f0 5eeing is Believing 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 tough and seamless and made in three pieces only 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 either KoclitrKter aim the style you want nenil to us for our new illUNtraUd eAUkwtte Lattit wc will scud you n lnnm safely by express your choice of over 2UUU Look fbrthMstninp -- Tiik Kociirstkr Iftliclrunpilcnlcrhnitntlhe jrfiiHiH IvarieticH from the Hardware Queensware TinwareSoAgricultural Â¬ Implements Evans Triple Harrows Whiteleys Solid Steel Binders and What Is called Brazilian pebble is Mowers Hall Mitchell Cos Steel Hill CCLUMIHA TlflEIt AND GRANDER fcULKY often nothing but a fine quality of glass sayB the St Louis side Plows Hay Rakes Tho real Brazilian pebble is a Improved Malta Douhle Shovel Cooks Patent Evaporators kind of rock crystal found In many Plows parts of tho world but In great proOliveu Chill and South Bend Plow Havens Pioneer Cane Mills Fish Bros Celehrated Wacions fusion In Brazil and hence the name Repaihs S Standard 0 Ton Wacjon Stoddards New Climax and Iihkr Jones U price G0 with a written guar There Is a pet superstition that tho Scales Brazilian pebble glasses preserve tho Diko Harrows antee for f yearn sight but no solid foundation for It 2 horse Corn Planters Evans Vulcan Chilled Plows best made B P Avkuy Sons Steel Plows BRAZILIAN PEBBLE Than It Makei No Hotter Quality of duos ln m Good W lAistil imp State in the iVuihi 2IOCIIB8TKIC LA Ml CO 42 Park Place New The Rochester KY AND DKAIKK1N Yrk City v- - ft Globe-Democr- at I IAEL G11EEN iaaaSaBaaaSflMnpVtvS1 iffBB3BS3BSBHBSHaaai Â¬ UNDERTAKER COFFINS CASKETS And TriMMinfs Â¬ N I m- - rirteabdes rty K exists Fine glass is every whit as good and costs far less on account of tho care required Hardware a Specialty labor andthe proper shape to grind tho Cutlery Shears and Builders crystal to Tho only real advantage tho crystal East side S Maysville Street MT STERLING KY lenses have over those of glass is In tho hardness of the material which ren 7t7 ders them much less liable to become kVMMilEXM scratched and so dimmed but other vmi wise tho glass Is as good Thcro are 7 a Al LEXINGTON KY t mmm tJ nowi several testa by which to distinguish onun AVmaa4 Feature the genuine pebblo from tho glass Iml A Model Restaurant in Almost Every tatlon but tho most easily applied la real io 8EATINCCAPAUHT Keeks New York Count- - and that of touch The fingerpebblo will or tongue Saddle feel far colder to the Fresh Oyster at all seasons Blue Point than the glass so much so that after Mobile Counts touching a glass lena aad then one of REGULAR MEALS 25 CENTS one will 1 able to deUm Meals to order at all hours add ons is crystal any difference modern kitchen in the bUtt the The most complete and g a Miller Improved ItaiiKO the finest n the wjr Mj VSSwmSiSiII faok MOWHS IHM MlTMS in hasten The largest stock ot Cook and Heating Stoves of any house Kentucky if AH KMi mm Mimm l wen iiirlisli nm prenared to furnish on short notice and at low prlecs COFMifi OF ALL KINDS AND SlKH from the cheapest to tha very finest I can furnish 4miMwi than you can buy the trliumluKs Price of Coffins from fS up I Iiava a Haa haawn iqi will deliver coffins cheap il kpr FURNITURE OF ALL KINpS REPAIRED Very lowest prices rnMiri3criv JO I 1L1UJ30J VlllO My arrangement are such that I mn IStraMt or MnnuiDPHli frnua ntiv klml if Murhlfe ar tlftudfii luul mt tkm v J W QRAVJBI Very rmpeetfajly TMm TKmmTTTmimmTTmmalTTmTimumu matt M sftzss and w wiopriK gTf ffilSit MT MNMHIi iaMiaw HttTMmM kT Tfl wilMklilUI MM M kl IwtlMto ek ot4 4 BOm wfeffea SUPmUOi MVflttll SIBUIVv feko NT AIT AST Ann MMiaa mum wmnm liSmuLir oATanattflw IWf tmmm TtrJ - i Jii -- uD v VT rW Hkal Green Herald ruMMwr t pxkcck doors UJMU QSUK HOME MADE UftftfMt ttHKRofttlitHJi KY ICE CREAMS Vroxnn w r 4 F fr i - - fo If m t t r I- t h 4 u r i IM ir t r c-- f- 1 i M itp B 1 f- is just four years ago that vc bought our Ice cream freezer and I am safe in saying that no similar purchase has ever given so much satisfaction In tins family as this It has been In overy way a Rood Investment for there In searcdy a week In thu year that we do not uso It and I would bo glad If 1 could Influence other housowivosto appreciate frozen desserts as highly as they deserve Tlioy aro nofnearly so trouble Â¬ some to prepare as Is popularly sup posed and regarded from a hygienic stand point alone they aro a great im- Â¬ provement upon many others which aro common upon our tables I havo experimented with various rules for French Ice creams and have found a combination which gives excel- Â¬ lent results and which has the advan tago at the same tlmu of being within the means of almost everyone This is not a characteristic of many rules I havo one for Instance which calls for four quarts of very rich cream two vanilla beans and eggs and sugar in proportion My rule Is a simple one Put one pint of millc in tho doublo boiler with a pieeo of vanilla bcan about one inch in length Cream together the yolks of four eggs half a cup of sugar and two rounding table spoonfuls of flour until very light and stir gradually into thu millc when it reaches tho boiling point AUowothis io coolc about ton minutes stirring fre- Â¬ quently Add a small pinch of salt and turn into a stone dish beating at interÂ¬ vals whilo itcools This is to prevent it from forming Into lumps When cold add mo and a half pints of cream or rich country mfllc and half cup of hu gar This may bo prepared early In the day and kept in tho ice box If alarger quantity Is desired a quart of cream or milk and more sugar may bo used in Â¬ stead of tho above proportions the foundation mixture being the same for both Care must he taken in measuring tho Hour as too much is sure to taste Tho spoon must bo rounding full In Â¬ stead of heaping about one ounce in all Ho sure and uso tins vanilla bean for flavoring as It Is qnlto Impossible to mako a good Ice cream with vanilla ex tract Alt largo grocery houses keep them nnd I think it would bo quite possible to havo ono or more sent by post to any place where they worts not obtainable They aro long thin pods which Hell at twenty cents for one and as onlj an Inch piece Is used each time thoy will not bo found expensive JJoforo freezing remove tho bit of pod carefully scraping all the little seeds into tho custard One of tho features of French ice cream is tho tiny black seeds scattered through It Proparo thu ice by pounding it lino in a course strong bag and use rock salt in tho proportion of threo pints for a gallon freezer Put tho can In the cen Â¬ ter of tho tub with tho beater In place fasten the lid hccuroly and pack lee and salt in alternate layers until tho tub Is full Turn tho crank a few minutes and as tho leu works down add more tmtll it is firmly and solidly packed If plenty of loo Is used twenty minutes will servo to frcozo tho cream Tho crank need not bo turned con stantly and tho motion at llrst should bo rathor slow When It begins to harden turn rapidly as this is tho stage when rapid beating makes thu cream It lMcrtH for the Milking ol Â¬ Â¬ KinootKaud light Whon It Is firm enough take out tho paddlo beat well with a wooden spoon or spatula to All up tho spaco made by tho boator and scrape well from tho sides Cover tho tub with a blanket and sot away In a cool place and lot twp hours at least elapse before serv ing When ready to do so dip tho can in warm not hot water wipe dry and invert on a cold dish It should come out in firm and perfect shape Ifis possible- to havo soveral varieties of cream in tho same mold with only ono freezing and various combinations may bo mado to suit tho individual Â¬ - portion may bo talcon out Into a cold bowl and ono cupful of well sweetened strawberry and raspberry julco stirred into it Pour this back into tho can and it will soqn harden to a proper con A quarter of a cupful of sistency strong coffeo may bo used In tho same way A banana pr two may bo sliced thin and added and a little shredded Ulpo pineapple gives a lino flavor peaches if cut up and sweetened nfnko a very nice addition but thoy should not bo added until about half an hour before serving- time as they must OEly bo chilled and not frozen Mary F Harmau in Harpers Hussar Â¬ - taste After tho vanilla cream is frozen a What tho World Turns On A well known eccentrio old physician f this city was leaning across thu fence that divides his yard from that of his next door neighbor tho other day talk kur to a lady After ho had Riven ex Â¬ pression to some of his oddities the lady laukinjriy sumrked O doctor youre Drawing1 himself up pom i a eran Yes ottaly the e W doctor replied rnaM remember the gaajajas Dm world toraa o a eraiifciCaaeax tiyo OHj Ttaica -- bor that havo mado it higher here an not protection Tho advocates of tin protective system while prating of lor Tho presidents disposition not to for tho American workman aro doing all they can neutralize tho advantages talk politics on his ltcnnlngton trip ho enjoys topartly by increasing tho supÂ¬ was not proof against tho tcrriptatlon offered by an audience of worklngmon ply of labor and partly by giving him a dear market In which to expend his at Troy N Y I am sure said he earnings Louisville Courior Journal that you realise hero in a largo do greo tho benefit of a policy that keeps BLAINE AS A GATE OPENER tho American market for tho American This elicited applause but KnthiiHlitsm of tlio lVnniylvunlii ItojutU workmen llcati Milt IlciMUH whether It came from tho olllcoholders Tho republicans of Pennsylvania In in thu crowd or from thu worklngmen convention assembled warmly thank themselves is not stated If tho workmen from tho Troy shops tho Fifty first congress for passing the Applauded tho presidents remark they McKinley bill Why should they not did so because they had been misled by Tho McKinley bill was a Pennsylvania Interested parties There Is no policy bill It was constructed in accordance that keeps tho American market for tho with tho known wishes of tho Pennsyl- Â¬Â¬ American workmen There never has vania mill bosses who aro also the re been such a policy In this country and publican party bosses Tho bill was to tho president should huvo been aware a great extent directly made by those Pennsylvania mill bosses It was to bo of tho fact A market Is a piace whero men buy expected that thoy would approve uud applaud their own work nnd sell Workmen llko other people Hut theso same Pennsylvania repuband unlike desire both to buy and sell some other people their sales and pur- Â¬ licans in their extravagant laudation chases usually balance or nearly so of Mr Hlalnc mention as one of hii They aro as much interested in having most glorious achievements that he a favorable market to buy In as to sell has opened wldo to us in other lands in Under tho policy advocated by commercial gates heretofore barred Mr Harrison and his associates neither And out of gratitude to him for this is so favorable to thu workmen as it and some other things stated and not would bo under a system less restricted stated they were on tho point of nomi Â¬ and artificial What tho workmen has nating him for the presidency in 1S92 to sell is his labor This he sells in a with a tremendous hurrah when they free trade market In competition with wero restrained by considerations of all tho world There Is no tariff on prudence Now It is a strango thing that these tho importation of labor There Is no legislation to check imports of foreign Pennsylvania bosses should shower laborers Tho contract labor law may praises and honors on a man for open- Â¬ be mentioned as an exception but it is ing wide to lis In other lands commer-Â¬ well known that tho law is constantly cial gates heretofore barred It is far violated or evaded by tho pampered more consistent for them to thank minions of protection It is clear McKinley and the rest for barring from the statistics of immigration that commercial gates in other lands hereit has not had the effect of checking tofore open It has been and still is their policy to bar all tho commercial imports of cheap labor from abroad Tho republican party seeks to extend gates in other lands they possibly can Therefore wo are to presume that protection to tho domostiu manufac Â¬ by shutting out foreign competi- Â¬ they wero not sincere in praising their turer tion in whole or in part and there is hero for opening commercial gates a constant tendency toward prohibit- Â¬ What they really admire in him is his ory rates In fact tho beneficiaries of shrewdness in pretending to open sonys tho tariff aro never satisfied with any Â¬ gates to comparatively worthless comthing less than prohibitory rates and mercial territory in order tho more se Â¬ numerous instances may be cited whero curely to bar tho gates to other com- Â¬ the McKinley bill increased rates that mercial territory ten times as valuable were already virtually prohibitory no They appreciate him as a consummate doubt for the purpose of offering pre- Â¬ adept In the art of fooling thu crowd miums for tho formation of trusts and they have use for his services in Tho republican party is very fond of tho exorciso of that art Tho man who tniiff fcd trusts because combinations can mako people think it is better for of that kind aro obliged to contribute them to be relieved of 00000000 tax on liberally to the campaign fund in order sugar than to be relieved of 200000000 to maintain thoir privileges If tho re- Â¬ burden imposed by the taxes on woolpublicans were sincere in their declara- Â¬ ens crockery glass iron and other tions that they havo framed high tariffs products of pet industries is just the for tho benetit of worklngmen they man to please the Pennsylvania mill woidd apply tho same policy to for- Â¬ bosses They have uso for his services Ho eign labor that they do to foreign prod- Â¬ ucts They would seek to shut It out is plausible adroit and unscrupulous from competition with tho American exactly tho kind of man to serve the in worklngmen to diminish tho supply of terests of those who regard a party as labor and so to augment tho price a machine for securing tho spoils of of That thoy do not do so shows fice and government as a contrivance that they are seeking to benefit the em Â¬ whose principal function is to help tho few get possession of and securely keep ployer and not tho employe Wo do not wish to bo understood as tho hard earned dollars of the many advocating the exclusion of foreign la- Â¬ They uudcrvtnnd that ho will nover borers It is no part of the democratic open nny commercial gates whero the policy to do this but it is logically a opening will tend to interrupt the mill part of tho republican policy if that bosses in their business of fleecing tho Hence the Pennsylvania en policy were really what they say It is people when they address themselves to the thusiasm for Hlalnc of Pennsylvania Chicago Herald workingnum Thoy advocatu a policy and Maine of restriction of exclusion of tho POINTED PARAGRAPHS products of foreign labor They re- Â¬ strict foreign competition in products Tho attempt of President Harri Â¬ but they leave competition in labor nn son to gain a renomination through a trammeled This shows tho insincer- manipulation of tho spoils is a painful ity of tho claim that their policy Is dic confession that ho realizes his weak tated by regard for tho laborer ness with tho people Tho presidency There Is no effort to keep tho Ameri- won in this way is a sacrifice of honor can market for American workmen to to base interest St Louis Post Dib sell thoir labor in Our workmen sell pateh thoir labor in competition with clump President Harrison shows poor labor from all parts of tho world ex- Â¬ political judgment in turning his back cept China Go to tho factories and upon Pennsylvania to bid for sup Â¬ tho mines owned by tho men that aro port of Vermont llarrisburg tho bo will allowed to write tho monopoly sections from in the next presidential of our tariff laws and you will find heard convention whilo Pennington Is no them filled with Hungarians Italians longer on tho map politically speak- Â¬ and other foreigners few of whom can ing Chicago Mall speak our language and vast numbers Tho of whom havo no intention of becom Â¬ bragging Harrison administration is reciprocity about with ing American citizens Theso men Cuba Though it loaves a tax of a wero employed becauso thoir services Â¬ could bo had at lower rates than those dollar on every two hundred and twen ty pounds against western flour it feels of American laborers and their pres Â¬ ence shows how baseless Is tho claim proud because it secured thu promise of absolute freo trade tho Cuban market that the AmVricnn market is kept for for tho Standard OilInCompany and sev- Â¬ American workmen Now lot us look at tho other side of eral other trusts St Louis Republic Whats tho matter with Secretary tho American market namely tho mur Foster coming before tho national kot In which tho American workmen buy their supplies Is this regulated convention of tho republicans as for their benefit Quito tho contrary a Napoleon of finance and getting Tho great Wlu They must expend their wnges earned first or second place doui himself could not havo done more In a freo trade market for labor In tho purchase of merchandise rendered arti Â¬ than get an extension of tho bonds ficially scarce and high by a tariff levied which tho billion congress had not left for tho bonollt of their employers and money enough in tho treasury to pay Louisville Courier Journal others engaged in protocted Industries Tho republican newspapers aro thoy find an On all dutiable articles nverago protection of about 00 por cont making a good deal moro out of tho Whon thoy expend StdO of thoir wages fact that Quay and Dudley resigned than for dutiable articles thoy got only what out of tho other fact that the national S100 would buy abroad tho difference committee urged them not to do so and of 00 goes cither into tho tronsury or gave them a clean bill of health so far into thu pockets of some monopolist as preambles and resolutions were con- Â¬ That tho sort of market that is pro Â¬ cerned when they insisted on doing so vided for tUo American workmen in The riddance not tho indorsement is which to expend tho wages which thoy what tho republican papers accent earn in competition with tho labor of Hrooklyn Eagle Tom Heed Is wasting a good tho world protection la for tho deal of tiiho which he tnlght hotter Tho claim that benefit of American labor has nothing employ in writing magnzino articles in to rest on except tho difference of proffering advico to tho democrats as wages here and abroad That differ Â¬ to their eholco of a speaker for the ence existed Imfore the revolution next house Mr Itced may put it down when the Amerleau colonics were a for a fact iat thu democrats will not part of Great llriutln The prlee f Choose s speaker who will discharge labor is regulated by its peoduetlvenesa the datles of his oftiee ia auk a way damaad Jt as to eaaaa the annihilation of tha PHy and the lV detttoeratie majority at the first eoa is the operatle of this law aa4 the Cuieajro Tlaies Verier pveilueUveneee of Awerleaa la irresttoaal eleeUon AN UNTRIED POLICY rrmfilniit llnrrUonn Hop for American Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ AGRICULTURAL HINTS A PERNICIOUS WEED Is CIicm or Cheiit In Utterly AVortlileM an a well known as a pernicious weed of wheat fiolds It was probably brought to this country with wheat seed It is worthless as a forago plant Tho com- Â¬ mon observation of farmers that a wheat field contains more chess than wheat and that wheat has turned Into chess is ontirely without foundation Wheat will produce nothing else but wheat chess nothing but chess If one finds an abundance of chess in his field it is cither becausq his ground was well stocked with socd or he sowed it with his wheat M D L Howard of Frccport 111 Bonds mo some largo seeds to show transition stages between chess and wheat Ho feels confident that wheat J orngo llnnt Chess or cheat bromus secalinus cheat tbo chaff is partially removed while tlio third is an imperfect ker- Â¬ nel of barley with part of the chaff removed Some years ago Dr Peal of Lansing Mich made some experi Â¬ ments to settle this question From wheat bo was never able to get any Â¬ thing else but wheat The only way to destroy the weed is not to allow it to seed if it is in your meadow A proper rotation with corn will remove it since it is an annual or winter annual In Bowing wheat use only clean seed Prof L II 1ammel in Orange Judd cnrss on ciikat iikomus skcatinus can tnrn into chess His transition stajres idiow that in ono specimen of LIGHT IN THE STABLES Do Not Jlo Afrntd or rcttltirr tho Cow llnvo Ilonty of Snrmlilno All will admit that most living things do hotter in sunlight than in darkness Wo have never met unyonc who claimed that cows wero an exception to this general rule yet many farmers and dairymen act as though they believed they were In witness of this fact notice tho barns nnd cowstnbles along your road tho next time you go to town In fact how Is it upon your own farm Those who havo dark places claim they do not see but their cattle are wcil enough and that tho milk Is as good as that produced by other cows They have never tried the same cows in two different conditions so do not know from experience what the differ ence in results would be In a recent number of Hoards Dairy- Â¬ man the editor told of an Incident that occurred nearly a scoro of years ago in York state He had boon looking over a fine herd of dairy cows owned by an intelligent dairyman Thu cows were standing in tho yard and sayB tlio editor we wero much impressed by the strong indications of tone vigor and thrift which marked every animal In tho herd On inquiry we found that they were not highly fed yet they looked and appeared belter than some herds that consumed a much larger daily ration The owner explained tho mystery by saying that he ascribed the superior condition of his cows very largely to tho care ho had taken in tho construction of tho stable to havo it well lighted His stable was on the south and cast side of tlio barn and tho wall was filled with windows with double sash The stable was as light as day in every part of it Tho owner reported that he had no-Â¬ tho color ticed two peculiar effects Sun of the butter was much higher light was the secret Ono principal reason why winter butter is so much whiter than summer butter is that tlm cows do not receive as much sunlight 2 Ho in tho stable as in the pasture believed tho light and consequent increase of heat decreased the cousump tion of food At any rato ho thought he could winter his cows iu tho new well lighted stable with a considerable saving of food over what was consumed In tho old stable Whether sunlight will make yellower butter than gloom or not matters little but whether the cows are kept in damp and dark or in tlio full light ol even a winters sun matters much Dont be afraid of letting in the light Light is not cold Farm Field and Stockman LIGHT SHIPPING CRATE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Farmer A Coop Tlrit Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ POULTRY YARD CHATTER Ukoix in good season to get the fowls to roost in the house 11y care in feeding the eggs may bo increased in size and richness Two kikt is plentj high for tho roosts for tho larger breeds of fowls Pusii the fowlsMiitendcd for fall mar Â¬ ket now soasto have them ready early LATK nVTCiir1 pullets will rarely lay until spring the best plan is to market them BntfonK the fall rains sot in store away a supply of dry dirt to use in the poultry houses Even whon feeding to fatten it is not a good plan to keep feed of any lind before the fowls all tho time Feed only what thoy will cat up clean Huh Given Satisfaction to All Who Huvo Used Jt For shipping choice bred owls at any season of tho year there isno more satisfactory coop or ono more easily and cheaply made than the ono illus- Â¬ trated Hcforo the slats aro nailed on tho frame is neatly covered with somo tthin strong cotton cloth like cheese cloth The bottom and top of the crate isnot covered with the cloth andsop-- Â¬ times a year and will lay about ono on the ends Ily covering tho ends at each laying They can with cloth it makes fewer slats necesbe picked regularly until cold weather sary and lessens the weight Tho cloth tscts in keeps drafts from the birds and shields It is always best in fattening fowls them from tho excitement which many of any kind to commence nnd gradual Â¬ strauge sights would create The bot- Â¬ ly increase tho ration until they aro tom is tight twenty by twenty six given all that they will cat np clean of inches and tho top is six by twenty six inches The connecting uprights are fattening grains Allowing the droppings to remain eighteen inches long and threo inches under tho roosts to o long is ono cause broad A ropo handle to carry it by is of scaly legso Tho safest plan is to put through holes bored in the top elcan the poultry houses thoroughly Tho crato is mado into two compnrt merits by a cloth partitlou across tho and regularly St Louis Republic middle Kach compartment will ac- Â¬ DRAINING ORCHARDS commodate a fowl or for short dis- Â¬ tances two fowls If dry this crato XTrult Tros Aro Greatly Concfltcd by Ar need not weigh ovor ten pounds tlilrlul Drainage We bavo had occasion at different American Agriculturist limes to witness the advantages of good Tho Cow vh tho IlullroiKl drainage to apple orchards and tho In- Â¬ The supromo court of Indiana has afÂ¬ jury which the trees recclvo by water fioaked roots Wet feet aro not good firmed a point of railroad law that io for them Largo bearing trees havo important in all agricultural communities A farmers cow strayed on the railroad track and was killed by a train Ho sued tho company for tho value of his cow aud tho company sued him for damages to tho locomotive Tho suit has gone through all tho courts until now tho supromo court of the stato has decided in effect that it is as much tho fanners business to keep his cows off tho railroad track as it was the busi- Â¬ ness of the railroad company to keep cWr its locomotives out of his pasture lots aud that If either strayed on tho prop- Â¬ t erty of the other their owner was lia- Â¬ fbeen sometimes greatly improved by ble for tho damage caused Conso- Artificial drniuago whero standing in quently tho farmer pays for tho dam Â¬ soils and subsoils liable to bo heavily age to the locomotive and tho company soaked by rains Tho tilu has been docs not pay for tho cow National laid two and a half or threo feet below Stockman itho surface and to escape tho danger It is no easier to kcop poultry than of tho pipe becoming filled with the to keep other stock as labor aud prop- Â¬ small roots it has been placed midway er management must be used to meet between tho two rows of trees a rod success Less capital may be required distant from each as shown in the an Â¬ in poultry but it must bo judiciously nexed out the tile being in the portion expended or a loss can result as easily of soil especially filled with the small as from any othor source Experience fibers that ware particularly benefited is of more value than capital in poultry iff ib CoHtxy raising dozen CONVENIENT IOULTIIV SHIIUUNO CItATE at each meal Giisk if well cared for will lay three aratc three cornered pieces arc nailed vt Â¬ Â¬ m JVi Gtimji 0 C mrvmmfffwr W A V i V I i tv i f i b re i St i F r by K- - JL brother whose presence I ricHiandcd1 and knocking at the corn crib of been a horror hanging over rae fej The travelers nro Introduced into tho heavenly supply and a voice from Might and by day and I am afraid to 1 Either Christ or Famine Either Foaat palace They aro worn and bedusted within says Aro you ulono Tho alone of tho way andscrvants como in with CAHFTOlf sinner replies All alone or Starvation Tho voico How many uttered troubles No hiv a basin of water in one hand and a low from within says You shall not sea man car 1ms over heard tho sorrow 0 el in tho other nnd kneel down beforo xny pardoning 8 S coMBf rftorxtmo faco unless your Divino troubled soul I want to tell you that JTo finch Thlnj nit Gottlnjr 1nnlnn From theso newly arrived travelers Tae patronage ef the kartlUr Mafle M washing Brother tho Lord Jcbur bo with you thero is one anlvo Jlouvcn Unlrs Our Dlvlno Saviour In off tho dust of tho way Tho 0 that is a point at which so many aro wounds of tho heart that can cure the respectfully solicited TeWW Mm fcee MkZ With U In Our Souls Tul- and that Is the tm7 aiicHiiea rer tae eeamrt or butchers and poultora and cater Â¬ inngoa Sermon ers of the primo minister prepare tho discomforted Thero is no mercy from tfatvo made out of tho tears of a sympa God except through repast The guests are seated in Rinnll ing with Him wo Jesus Christ Com Â¬ thctlo Jesus And yet somo of vou will FRED KELLAJC Dr Tnlmngcs text last Sunday wan aro groups WIT or three at a table tho without Him wo aro accented Comlmr not take this solaco and you try taken from Genesis xllii 13 Yo shall food on iwo relcctcd chloral and you try morphine and you a tray all tho luxuries from Totcr put it right in his great not sco my face except your brother imporial gardens try strong drink and you try change M S and orchards and beforo tho high priests when hosermon of sceno be with jou thun and you try new business as Â¬ aquariums and avaries aro brought dered forth Neither is thoro snlvatlon sociations and any thing and every Thh summer having crossed oight here and cen of the United States North South ter Now are filling chalice and plat- Â¬ in any other Thero is no other name thing rather than tako tho Divino comis tho time for this prime given under Hcavon among Knst and West I have to report the minister men where Â¬ panionship and sympathy suggested by if ho has a grudgo against by wo may bo O anxious sin Â¬ tho words of my text when it says flightiest harvests that this country or saved Jjenjamin to show It Will ho kill him ner O dying sinner O lost sinner SALARY J26 PER WEEr any other country ever reaped If the now You shall not see my faco again un Â¬ that he has him in his hands O All you have got to do is to havo ovm wanted Good Aoknt to grain gamblers do not somehow wreck no Tliis this O lord of the corn crib is seat Â¬ Divino Benjamin along with you Sido less your brother bo with you General line of merchandise lf these harvests we tiro about to enter ed thntyou might understand somothlng his own table and ho looks over by sido coming Above salary will m to tho gnto all tho of tho height and depth and length peddling upon tho grandest scene of prosperity to at the table paid to live aqent8 for to guests and ho sends storo houses of Heaven will swing open that America has over witnessed Ihit a portion to of hisof and breadth and immensity nnd in- Â¬ tuer each them but sends a beforo your anxious soul Am I information adprrm i while this is so in our own country on tho larger portion CHICAGO OENERAL SUPPLY CO to Benjamin or as the in calling Jesus Benjamin Oh right finity of Gods eternal consolations other sido of tho Atlantic there are na Bible quaintly yes I go and find in 178 W Van Buren St Chicago III puts Benjamins Radiol lived only long onough to give a hint rfsfurther way Heaven my Bubjcctn tions threatened with famine and the mess was live times as it to tho opens to tho much as any of name to that child and with a dying dopartlng most dismal cry that is ever heard will theirs spirit Wo are told that I fear be uttered the cry for bread I with the Bo swift and send word back kiss she called him BcnonL Afterward icitvun uas cweivo gates ana some HENRY MATLOCK WITH pray God that the contrast between our old Jacob swiftest camel to Canaan to Jacob changed his name and ho called peoplo Infer from that fact that all tho that Benjamin is well all him Benjamin Tho meaning of tho people will go in prosperity and their want may not be as is wen lie Is without reforeneo to faring sumptuously tho name sho gave was Son of my Pnin bharp as in tho lands referred to by my Kgyptian lord did MCMILLAN HAZEN thoir past llfo but what Is the uso of GO not mean murder and Tho meaning of tho namo tho father having a gate text There was nothing to eat Plen Â¬ death but he Â¬ that is not to bo somemeant deliveranco and gavo was Son of my Right Hand ty of corn in Kgypt but ghastly famine life when times shut Tho swinging of a gaU WHOLESALE announced to us on that day And was not Christ tho Son of pain implies that our entraneo into Heaven in Canaan The cattlo moaning in the Ye shall stall Men women and children aw brother bonot sco my faco unless your All tho sorrow of Rachel in that hour is conditional It is not a mono with you when sho gavo her child ovor into tho tary condition If wo como to tho BOOTS AND fully vuiltc with hunger Not the fail Â¬ Well my friends this world is famine-- hands of strangers was nothing com Â¬ door of ing of one crop for one summer butthc struck an exquisite concert aro of sin It docs not yield a pared with the strugglo of God when not surprised that wo must pay wo fee failing of all tho crops for seven jcars KNOXVILLE TENN a single crop of solid satisfaction Ho gavo up His only Son Tho omnipo- for wo know A nation dying for lack of that which that lino earthly musio It is hunger-bitte- n tent God in a birth throe is so common on your table and so lit Â¬ It is dying And was is expensive but all tho oratories ot The fact that it does not Christ appropriately called Son of Heaven cost nothing tle appreciated the product of harvest not can Heaven pays TTho abovo goods are handled by J not feed a mans heart was tho Right Hand field and grist mill and oven the price Did not Stephen noinmg lor Us music It Is all frca DAY CO JIatcl Green Ky well illustrated in the llfo of tho En look into Heaven nnd sco him standing Thero is nothing to bo paid at of sweat and anxiety unci struggle that door Bread Jacob the father has tho last glish comedian All tho world honored at tho right hand of God And does not for entraneo but tho condition of get- Â¬ report from the Hour bin and he finds him did every thing for him that tho Paul spealc of him ns standing ting into Heavon is our bringing our world could do IIo was applauded in at the right hand of God making inter-Â¬ Divino Bonjamin along that every thing is out and ho says to Englnnd with us and applauded in tho United cession for us Oh Benjamin Jesus Do you notlco how often dying peo- Â¬ Hoys hook up the wagons his sons IIo roused up nations into Son of pain Son of Victory Tho plo call lipon and start for Kgypt and get us some- States Is tho laughter IIo had no equal And yet deepest emotions of our souls ought to prayor offered Jesus It offered usual thing to eat tho prayor The fact was thcro was although moro many people supposed him en- Â¬ bo stirred at tho sound of that nomen- than all tho other prayers put togothor a great corn crib in Kgypt The people of Kgypt have been largely taxed in all tirely happy and that this world was clature in your prayers plead his tears Lord Jesus receive my spirit Ono ages at the present time paying be Â¬ completely satiating his soul ho sits His sufferings His sorrows and His of our congregation whon nsked In tho I never in my lifo death If you refuse to do It all tho closing tween 0 uml SO per cent of their down and writes AKD Do you put on a new hat that it did not rain corn cribs and tho palaces of Heaven know usmoments of his lifeknow you products to tho government No won Â¬ said 0 yes I der in that time they had a largo corn and ruin it I never went out in a will bo bolted and barred against jour Good by Lord Jesus receive my spir- Â¬ crib and it was full To that crib they shabby coat because it was raining and soul and a voice from tho throno shall it and ho was gone O yes in tho thought all who had tho choice would stun you with the announcement You closing moments carao from the regions round about our Nos 134 138 RACE STREET keep in doors that the sun did not shall not see my faco except your have Christ to callofupon lifo wo must those who were famished some paying CINCINNATI O for corn in money when tho money burst forth in its strongth and bring brother bo with you it all My text also suggests the reason wliy wnscxhaustcd paying for the corn in out with know the butterflies of fashion DECEPTIVE LOOKS and who know me so many peoplo do not get any real sheep and cattle and horses and cam- Â¬ whom I THE KRU5E 8 BAHLHAH I novcr consented to accept a part I comfort You meet ten people nine of Not Alwnjs 8ufo to Juilgo by Appcnr els and when they wero exhausted hated out of kindness to another that them aro in need of some kind of conanio then soiling their own bodies and their Down tho handsome city avenue he I did not get hissed by tho public and dolence Thero is something- in their families into slavery Tho morning for starting out on the cut by the writer I could not take a health or in their state or in their do- Â¬ came a large splendidly dressed pomcrusado for bread lias arrived Jacob drive for a few minutes with Terry mestic condition that demands sym- Â¬ pous looking elderly nabob carrying a gets his family up very early But be- without being overturned and having pathy And yet the most of tho worlds shining gold headed cano in his hand Â¬ -COMPANY-fore tho elder sons start they say some- my elbow bono broken though my sympathy amounts to absolutely noth- Â¬ somely gloved hands Ho looked the friend got off unharmed I could not ing Peoplo go to tho wrong crib or haughty purse proud stony hearted au- Â¬ thing that makes him tremble with 11 15 and 17 West Pearl Street emotion from head to foot and burst make a covenant with Arnold which I they go in tho wrong way When tho tocrat if ever any ono did You would though was to mako my fortune with- Â¬ plaguo was in Rome a great many years havo called him stuck up the moment into tears The fact was that these CINCINNATI O elder sons had once before been in out making his instead than in an in- - ago thcro wero eighty men who chant- you saw him Around the corner camo a crcdiblo space of time I think thirteen ed themselves to death with the litanies miserably ragged dirty and puny lit Kgypt to get corn and they had been treated somewhat roughly tho lord of months 1 earned for him 20000 and of Gregory the Great literally chanted tlo girl of seven or eight years who uTlie wholcfialo trndo of Eastern Ken tho corn crib supplying them with corn for myself ono I am persuaded that if themselves to death and yet it did not looked as if she had never had a square but saying at the eloso of tho inter- Â¬ I wero to set up as a beggar every ono stop the plague And all tho music of meal in nil tho days of her young nnd tuoky is respectfully solicited view Now you need not como back in my neighborhood would leave off this world did not halt tho plaguo of hnrd life Away sho darted around tho corner That was tho lament the human heart I como to some ono here for any more corn unless you eating bread of tho worlds comedian and joker whose ailments aro chronic and say and down she tumbled falling heavily bring something better than money on her poor skinny little noso and All unhappy The world did every In Heaven you will novcr bo sick even your younger brother Benjamin thing for Lord Byron that it could do That doe3 not give much comfort making it bleed profusely Ah Benjamin that very name was Of course pompous What Mr Croesus suggestive of all tenderness The and yet in the last moment he asks a your you want is a soothing power for friend to como and sit down b3 him present distress Lost children wouldnt notlco her unfeeling old mother had died at the birth of that I como to you and tell you wretch that ho is On ho goes no Bon a spirit coming and another spirit and lcad as most appropriate to his have you SG0MTANV9- case the story of The Bleeding that in ten years perhaps you will meet well if ho hasnt stopped If ho isnt going and the very thought of parting thoso loved ones beforo tho throne of down on his knees saying There with Benjamin must have been u heart- Heart there Sissy dont cry any moro now Torrigiano the sculptor executed God break Notions Hut there is but little conuolcnco in It wont hurt long Just lot mo wipo Wholesale Dry Goods Tho keeper of this corn crib never- after months of care and carving Ala- And if ho didnt donna and tho Child Tho royal fam Â¬ that One day is a year without them tho blood away theless fays to these older sons ily came in and admired it Kvcry and ten years is a small eternity What whip out his beautiful hemstitched 101 103 and 105 W Fourth Street any more for corn unless you bring bbdythat lookedi at it was In ecstasy you want is a sympathy now present real linen handkerchief and mop up Benjamin your fathers darling Now but one day after all that toil andall help I come to those of jou who havo tho bleeding noso on that South Side CINCINNATI 0 There there ho kopt on saying Try to for Â¬ Jacob and his family very much needed that admiration because ho did notgot lost dear friends and say as much compensation for his work as get them Do not keep the departed soothingly It doesnt hurt much bread but what a btrugglc it would bo Woll I know it How can you now does it No to give up this son The Orientals are ho had expected he took a mallet and always in your mind dashed tho exquisite sculpturA into forget them when every flguro in the wouldnt hurt long You must bo a very demonstrative in their grief and I hear the outwailing of tho father as atoms The world is poor compensa- carpet and every book and every pie bravo llttlo girl and not mind if it docs these older sons keep reiterating in his tion poor satisfaction poor ulncc turo and every room call out their hurt a little Hurt your finger too ears tho announccmentof tho Kgyptian Famine famine in all the earth not name Suppose I come to you and say didnt you Thats too bad But Ill fix that all right for you Out camo God i3 wise lord Ye shall not see my face unless for seven years but for 0000 Hut by way of condolence blessed bo God thero is a great corn unj you say me no another handkerchief from another mat gives your brother be with you Why did Supposo I come to you and say pocket and ofr camo a narrow strip you tell them you had a brother said crib Tho Lord built it It is in an help tho old man complaining and chiding other land It is n largo place An God from all eternity has arranged from ono sido of it and with tho strip you say Ah that ho bandaged up that finger as neat and ho angel once measured it and as far aB I this trouble Wy father them they said can calculate it in our phrase that corn docs mo no good Then I tenderly us a woman would have band Â¬ asked us about our family and wo had crib is lSOO miles long and 1500 broad say With the swift feet of aged it Â¬ no idea he would make any such de Now I guess woro all right ho prayer go direct to tho corn No and 1500 high and it is full mand upon us as he has made said rising to his feet You just como Nos 71 and 70 Main Street You Oh say tho people wo will start crib for a heavenly supply use of asking me said the father I Lord help me Lord along with mo nnd soo if wo cant find can not I will not give up Benja- right away and got this supply for our go You hay CINCINNATI 0 But no help yet No something in somo of tho stores on tho soul Hut stop a moment for from comfort me min next street that youll like Como right The fact was that tho old man had tho keeper of tho corn crib there comes comfort yet It is nil dark What is nlong I havo found You ought You shall not sco tho matter lost children and whon thero had been this word saying JUS MEYER And away thoy walked her grimy Here O Lord WITH bereavement in a household and a my faco except your brother bo with to go to God and say In other words thcro is no such aro tho wounds of my soul nnd I bring skinny little hand in hisdalntlly gloved child taken it makes the other chil you Well you drcn in the household more precious thing as getting from Heaven pardon with mo tho wounded Jesus Let His one and I said to myself So tho day for departuro was adjourn- and comfort nnd eternal life unless wounds pay for my wounds His be justcau not judgo by appearance in ed rnd adjourned nnd adjourned Still wo bring with us our Divino llrothcr reavements for my bereavements His this queer deceptive world no you 0 JOBBKKS IN thoros a good deal more of tho horrors of tho fnmlno increased tho Lord Jesus Christ Coming with- Â¬ loneliness for my loneliness His henrt cant and of tho milk human kindness Bcnttored Hardware Agricultural Implimints and louder moaned tho cattle and out Him wo shall fall beforo wo reach break for my heart break O God for around than ono supposes thero Is in the corn crib and our bodies shall be a the oako of the Lord Jesus Christ tho wider open cracked tho earth and OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS Detroit Frco Press moro pallid becamo tho cheeks until portion for tho jackals of tho wilder Â¬ God tho man tho Benjamin tho deed thero Is MALTA PLOWS FOSTER 8TOVE CO with tho Divine brother deliver my agonized souL O Jacob in despair cried out to his sons ness but coming COOKS MILLS k EVAPORATOl The annual coffeo crop of tho world Tho Jesus all tho granaries of Heaven will Jesus of Otho weary foot case my is estimated at over 11000000000 CHAMPION REAPERS MOWJSR Take Benjamin and bo off Jesus of head STODDARD AND ACME HARROW older sons trlod to cheer up their swing open beforo our soul and abund fatigue aching head tho achingof O Jesus tho pounds worth at first hands 3 185 000 DOORS AND bASH A SPECIALTY We have strong Uco shall be given us Wo bhall bo heal my father They said 000 This enormous quantity is grown fc Street arms and a stout heart and no harm invited to sit in tho palaco of tho King Biithany sisters roll away tho stone in lands between tho parallels of np de Not 110 113 Seeoad IRONTON 9y OHIO That is grees tho table and while tho Lord from tho door of our grave will come to Benjamin Well seo that nnd at south of Heaven is apportioning from His tho kind of prayer that brings holp mam nna latitude mainly in British ho gets back again Farewell said tlio neighboring Islands In you and yet the young men to tho father in a tono own table to other tables Ho will not no help athow many ofreasonnro getting Liberia and other parts of Africa in AXTM DO YOU WANT TO all for tho that thero bo forgot us and then and there it will of nssumed good cheer tho West Indies Mexico Central Amer PROM 25 to 60 CENTS OK EVJttf perhaps a secret is in your soul said tho old man for that found that our llcnjamins mess is troublo ica and Brazil Tho domestio con DOLLAR YOU SPEND I WW Â¬ larger than all the others for so it word has more quavers in it whon prosumption of tho United States araounta for our Illustrated Oataxvjl You may novor havo mentioned it to to 601 M 100 nounced by tho aged than by tho ought to be Worthy is tho Lamb that CONTAINING ILLUSTRATION pounds AB was slain to receive blessing and a single human car or you may have here at 72 140000 and which is valued 09 XYRRYTHIXO MANUFAOTUHaftlQttl young Of of which 90 per honor nnd glory and pow- Â¬ mentioned it to some one who is now ficnt comes from countries Woll tho bread party tho bread em Â¬ riches and geographic thk Uxitxd Statr at KXNxariorwjv gone away and that great sorrow is any bassydrives up In front of tho corn- - er XRl PRIOR 10000 ILLUrnUTXAJW oeiouging to mis continent want to make three points Every still in your soul Af tor Washington Ir- Â¬ ALL LINK XXFRXMNTJCD crib of Egypt Theso corn cribs are I OATALOW they found a And you aay yon would die for MAILED 7RXB ON APPLICATION filled with wheat and barley and corn frank and common sense man will ac- Â¬ ving was dead a me Im afraid you are not an brave aT box that contained ADDRRM in tho husk for thoso who have trav Â¬ knowledge himself to be a sinner llttlo to do with your braid of hair and a miniature and that Am I not Why Xahovr jay OHIOAGO GKNKJUL eled In Canaan and Egypt know that What are you going OO No 171 Wjwt VAN Bctltf r there i corn thero corresponding with sins Have them pardoned you say the name of Matilda Hoffman and a fearlessness of death eery time I eoeae OHIOAGO ILL Hovr k that our Indian maize Huzza the journey is How Through the mercy of God memorandum of her death and a re Jnto your pr senee nded corn crib who What fin vou mean bv the merer ef mark something like this n The world Becanse yon always look so killing The lord of the t went That settled the is also the prime minister comes down God Is It the letting dovra of a bar for after that was a blank to Ireo peaee n of all wltkeut respeet to into ike eotmtry tat found to these arrived travelers ami says the ftdmfcekm Tfce man w doe all hU frayls solitude 1 tried to go into sooloty but Dine with m to day How Is yoar ejiaraeter Be not eeeived I ee w mmm VBBJBWtM mpih oweVNMn innoolety Tnorelw I found Bop Mia Benjamin the yonntrer soul eoiahMr UP to tlnjraUf mrcy father Is this FAMINE STEUOK jrr vt Â¬ TIMMOnW Wholesale Grocer rll b SHOES Â¬ Â¬ MARKS BROS MARKS HOUSE Â¬ Ghom Â¬ Â¬ HARDWARE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ r-T- HE- GEO W MAIPIN Â¬ Â¬ GROSSMAN CO Â¬ SCHLEUTKER Saddlery and Harness j n Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WMKERKG0 -O- Â¬ 8Uf bu-Wc-- SC okitornqrsiy iC4W8S tL 4r1TlS JJfJ M - - O f m by local nppllcatlouH its they cannot BPXNCKR COOPXR - Editor reach tho diseased portion of tho car Â¬ There Is only only ono way to euro deaf ness and tluit Is by constitutional reme dies Deafness Is caused by an inilnmcd condition of the iiiucoiih lining of the Eustachian Tube When this tube gets -- Inilnmcd you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing and when It Is entire-Â¬ ly closed Deafness Is tho result and un Â¬ less the Inllamation can be taken out ami ii 11 this tube restored to Its normal condition HAZEL GREEN KY hearing will be destroyed forever nine Oct 2 1801 cases out of ten are caused by catarrh which Is nothing but an Inllamcd condiIh tho vocabulary of somo people tion of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for pmoticnl polities mid hard cnah any case of Deafness caused by catarrh are synonymous thnt we cannot cure by taking Halls Ca Philadelphia Iihm been called a slow tarrh Cure Send for circulars free town but that Fhllrdolphlan who Iiiih F J CHENEY A CO Toledo O invented a locomotive that mnkoa 1CM miles an hour is certainly not a alow fel7ri cents Sold by druggists low In lila Idea Queer old world this The founder of Verily tlio lion and tho Ininb Imvo the New York family of Astor who was mado their bed together when in n num- Â¬ a pleblau peddler and dealer iu furs ber of Kriihmn Judicial dintricta the Re- Â¬ found Amorica a pretty good sort of a publican and Democrats Imvo united placo although It must be admitted that against tho Farmers Alliance his social aspirations were not very high and come to think of it they could not II T Duncan editor of the Lexington havo Ihhmi owing to tho scent of his surFrews has withdrawn from tho race for roundings but William Waldorf Astor Mayor of that city upon tho ndvico of of tho present generation has so far out friend Sir Duncan had a walk over his forefathers Ideas that he funis had ho liavo remained on tho track and grown of America insupportalooking at tho situation from this dis the atmosphere and he has gono to tho old country tanco it looka a little curious to say tho ble to spend the remainder of his life aud least of it reiHirt says that ho bus taken a goodly John W Mackay haa an oyo ou a seat portion of the Astor millions along with in the Senate it Is said and as soon as him Perhaps the young man left to ho determines which party in Nevada escajw the odor of the New York streets may bo tho easiest to control ho will which must have been a constant re- Â¬ fur busi- Â¬ begin his persuasive campaign He minder to him of tho detested has been abroad so much that he may ness discover hH estimate of American citi Nerlou nnnjjer ens is erroneous Threatens every man woman or child In ono precinct of Seneca county 0 living in a region of country where fever there is not a ninglo Republican Now and ague Is prevalent since the genus of th question is how shall tho new elec Â¬ malarial disease are Inhaled from the air tion law be obeyed as the law requires and are swallowed from tho water of that in each precinct there shall bo ap Â¬ such a region Medicinal safeguard is pointed by tho county board of elections absolutely necessarv to nullify this dan fouv judges of election two from each der As a means of fortifying and ac climating tho system so as to be ablo to of the leading political parties resist the malarial poison Hostetters Gov Campbell and Major McKinley Stomach Hitters Incomparably the lest aretoengago iu an old fashioned joint and tho most popular Irregularities of debate at Ada Ohio ou tho 8th inst the stomach liver and bowels encourage The fact that the two men are warm malaria but these are speedily rectified personal friends makes it certain that by the Bitters The functions of diges the discuseioti will bo good natural tion and secretion are assisted by its use and free from porsoualltles that have and a vigorous as well as regular condibeen Indulged in by others upon similar tion of the system promoted by it Conoccasions stitution and physique are thus defended SS81 against tho in reads of malaria by this A report of the U S consul at Frank matchless preventive which Is also a fort to the State department presents a certain and thorough remedy iu the worst doleful picture of affairs in relation to cases of Intermittent and remittent fev- Â¬ the food supply of Germany and con ers dudes with tho statement that in the end the people of Germany like those The English Trades Union Cougress of France aud England will have to has made a demand that members of the draw upon the well tilled granaries of English Parliament bo paid salaries in the United States for a largo part of stead of being compelled to serve for their food supply for the coming year nothing as at present Although this de mand will bo bitterly resisted by the no Â¬ The barrel will play its usual im- bility and tho conservative wealthy portant part In the New York campaign middle clas which always toadies to tho this year in spite of the hopes and pre holders of titles it is a just ono aud will dlctkxw of thote who bollovo that some Â¬ beyond a doubt bo granted sooner or thing higher and better should bo as- Â¬ later although it will bo the first long pired to by the cltliens of tho Em- Â¬ step towards making a Republic of pire State Aspirations were plentiful Great Britain The prerent law shuts enUugk among the anti barrel men in the workingmnn out of the Homo of both parties but the fellows who know Commons unless as is done in several hnw there wore most plentiful cases tho labor Unions contribute in tWT4barrl brigades of the two par Â¬ enough to support them aud they have ties hface the usual result practically no representation in that body whereas the number of their vote Tk Wurlda Fair will have to get would If all cast for their own members HHf awpehow without the official parÂ¬ give them a sufficient representation to ticipation of Italy as that government hold tho balance of power should tho la aokmmleding the receipt of it solutions Houso bo divided as now miopted by the IUto American commit Â¬ tee for tiie promotion of tko Columbian CMHSIItUptlHH CH1 I Exposition nays In pursuance of a Aii old physician retired from prac Â¬ principle long w adopted tlio Italian tice having had placet iu Ills hands by government declines to officially particip- an East India missionary tho formula of any international exhibition a simple vegetable remedy for the speedy ate-in The mfm letter adds that tho govern aud permanent euro of Consumption ment feels no hostility towards the enter- - Bronchitis Catarrh Asthma and all jHiee awl will do all in its power to awlst Throat and Lung Alfrctious aln a posi- Â¬ Mick of iU citiaeaa as may desire to ex Â¬ tive and radical cure for Nervoua Debil- Â¬ hibit tkeir good at the exposition after ity and all Nervous Complaint having tested its wonderful curative now It G Brace one of the beat known era in thousands of cases ha felt it his live eteck wea in America and Secretary duty to make it known to his sutfering of tke LouUville Jockey Club died very fellows Actuated by this motive and a miUinly of apoplexy at his home in desire to relieve human suturing I will Ltxkfton last week Wednesday Ho vend free of charge to nil who desire it vaa tixty fHtr years of age and his thl recipe in German French or Kng wkok life ws devoted to stock interests llk with nil directtona for preparing Mr JktK wa4 a gmduate from tko Med Â¬ ami Ming Snt by wail by addrxMwlng ical tktOMiaMWt of the Traiwylvaala uni Â¬ with Mtarnp Hswwtf thU taper W A J0 lowr Hkwk versity at Lexiaftew and practiced kia Noyns prufwioa at Irritw in IfeUII count ft N- - Y Jyl abottt a ytar Ht wm Mp f tk boot mi i HAflsr Gbeen tWiinwfwiiiitwMwiiiiiii iii Herald mwwm i lnrnrun ChmU Cured mm i I if F Â¬ flHHKS fcli9V iklttl r W7 HIs lVTTr pEw fH - Ew rjBi CitizeiisNuiioiiul Baqk WINCHESTER KENTUCKY NT t ptf PAID UP CAPITAL tiff I i Priday Â¬ H s Ii Mk 17500000 WASH MILLER lMtESIDBKT ft i Â¬ rV r Â¬ S W WILLIS VICE PRESIDENT to fa A H HAMPTON CASHIEK Â¬ rill hwyWMMKlWCri COTlKn simKaMmmmLMmmm 111 4y rTrrSjawrTTjirl I Irtirtii ilJ V t11 rarj I Bl J sS W ACSIT v v rOYJSTEli OAKlllVH v UTf ftM Â¬ urlf um MrB W UK1 Has amnio facilit lessor doing a general oanklug business Sh MPi iicits deposits makes collec Â¬ tions gives prompt and careful attention to all business entrust Â¬ ed to it aud extends to its gftf customers the most liberal SI accommonationsconsistcntwitti correct banking business 9 I RECEIVERS SALE OK Do You Need Money If so vou can get something better than dollars from us The completion of the K U 11 II to Jackson has cut us oil from a large wholesale trade heretofore had by us In several counties east and left on our hands an immense stockr of goods which we are 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 lefore We are overstocked and must unload Remember we will duplicate any bill with freighta added either wholesale or retail east or west north or south up hill or down Wo are now re ceiving 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 1000 ACRES lly virtue of a judgment uml order of snle of tlu Hickman Court of Common lMtat at its Jiilv term iu the consolidated causes of The Huntingdon hank ami others against J K ltowers and others I will on MONDAY OCTOBER 5th 1891 At the Court House dooriuCnuipton Wolfe county Kentucky that being county court day expose to public sale to the ulKhest and best bidder the following described real estate vis All that certain tract of one thousand acres or laud situate lying and being in the County of Wolfe and State of Kentucky and more particularly bounded and deacrih ed as follows lteiug part of the land known u iteyuolds patent aud beginning at a point distant 00 poles north 81 degrees east from a point ou the west line of said patent 300 poles south 9 degrees cast from n cherry aud sugar tree standing on the northwest corner of said patent laud and running from point of commencement south 0 degrees east 400 thence north 81 degrees east 400 poles thence north U degrees west 400 poles until Kl nnliur Iimii iviit 41X1 to the point or place ot beginning aud Iioles as Tract No G4 ot Kills survey Key uolds patent TKUMS Sale will be made on a credit of six twelve and eighteen modths purchaser being required to give bond with upproved security for the payment of thu purcttase money bearing interest from date at the rate of six per cent per auuuui to have the A lien force aud eflect of a replevin bond will also be retained upon the property until the purchase money is paid JOHN It KKMP Receiver aud Commissioner Clinton Kv Aug 17 ISiU 1 1 L - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 m covered with goods at half prices As the prices we nnme merely give us a chanco to pet our money out of the goods we cannot nffurd credit Gowls will be sold for cash only or countrv produce live stock aud school claims taken in exchange We have opened a new department under the charge of Miss Laura Itawlings and Miss Lula Day which is fully stocked with flue Millinery Notions Ladies Furnishing Goods Wall Paper Carpets aud Oil Cloths School Books and Suj nies Pictures ana Frames etc etc Miss RawHngs 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 here as anywhere and at tho very lowest prices Yours etc Â¬ X- - T N Â¬ HAZEL GREEN ID AY dfc DRUGGISTS KENTUCKY Â¬ Â¬ WHOLESALE MANUPACtURING CATLETTSBURG KY r WsnCTH wflp WMWI WW F vlv II The Largest Drug House in tho Ohio Volley Manufacturers of 228 REMEDIES that aro Sold by the Dozen 10000 8quare Feet of Floor Room 28 Hands Employed X 0LLE6IATE f xThe only remedy that is sold on an nlno- For the permanent cure of Pains in the lute guarantee to cure nil Pains and Pack and all disorders of the Kidneys JACKSON KENTUCKY and Irinary Organs Thousands of cer Aches Cramnsnml Colic IMarrlnra Ivs eatery etc Tsed internally and exter 3 ytificates of those who have used this Situation beautiful and healthful large nally The best Liniment iu the world remedy will he sent on application two story brick building a acuity of com PltlCE 25 CKNTS wticK ioo pet out aud experienced teachers Primary and Intermediate departments all common firFon Saik by Dnuo 8toiu and Country Stokka EvKRYwiiRnR Accademlc aud collegiate de branches partments Higher KnglUh Natural aud Mental Sciences Ittin Greek German AlWM llltlGHT Secretary and Treasurer J M KELLY President gebra ieomctry Surveying Jic Full Nor mal Course arranged especially for the -YOU thorough training ot teachers HuslueM Course giving practical instruction in bu ON liens forms and calculations commercial law penmanship type writing ixc Musical department organ and piano Both sexes admitted mentis of students carefully guarded courses of study complete aud thorough Session of 1S9I 2 opens Tuesday Sept 1st full information rKr circularMgiving A1UON SceV Office i M address Piiok Jiickson Ky Ii H Hlantox I D Chancellor Of Central University Â¬ INSTITUTE jp Oftfole proprietor of the famous ERVE KINO HINDOO KIDNEY CORDIAL Sole proprietors of the renowned j I l MMosaa Â¬ Â¬ WHENEVER VISIT LEXINGTON CALL THE Â¬ Lexington Foundry Go 99 EAST MAIN STREET Shop K U RAILROAD IAUQKST FOUNOltY AND TU J F LOCKHAKT near 7th St IN THK UlltfTJJ DENTIST EZEL KKUAHIR STATL ntX1 cnt of rfrnKTK Ixuiisville MUlllXK SHOl M KY All klmU of I10ILKR AND KXOINR RKPA1KING DONE FANT JAMES l THK OLl at thk IOWKST MViN iitiri m J SKILLFULLY KELLY President HjlHmnlWSDickltsiiSH Office 0l EAST MAIN uiulry on K U STREET RAILROAD JUGXlIlgtOIl HffiSTAFF MT STEUI1NQ KY iiy Cor Pearl Jt Vine CINCINNATI IhvUci all of his woviHtaln friends and es Â¬ pecially the merchants to give hiat a rail when ia the en Kochr iMitymitol kkUfo wee devo4 U Jh Um hrtin Ivrrs make mhsoo both wind mhI prt Wood SntMirilhl SSJMM SEITZ WJ Henderson Thoa WITH WHOt-KNAt-- R JH YANKIE MX 1aixt HEXNETT WITJt JOKUKIW OK QREAR A COM Straw SEIP ATTORNEYS AT LAW Prnctke la the courts of Montgomery and adjoin In romitW and ia the Cwart ot Ap raH aad Federal Court aiHl A Son HlsiCiircjGftm AND UWBKCLLAS Gfc t ClIILUrOTIIK O nod ABHLAND KY UUD PDIMTIMr rrVllMlllMb BATLY CHEAPLY EOUTEDATTIII3OFF10E PR0M1TLY EXE 8nU your onkr F k ft i r fc It M ft 7 The Fair nt thU place closed in a blnzo Hclow wo givo tho numiM of k part of It may bo that tho Kentucky Midland of glory on Friday tlio Into of this pa thoso who stopped at the Day Houso Railway extension echenio Is In ttaeoup IFnan Inruer circulation in Wolfo Morgan mill Ilronthltt tlinn till other imperil in tlio lur ami tlio exhibition of fnrm produco during tho Fairs since tho new OonstltMtloH which wet titnte nml merchant in Alt Bicrllnu Win and Hvo atock wan all that could bo de- Â¬ J Felbel Cincinnati Chester Lexington Loulitvillc nnil liinclii IHMI- into effect Inst Monday forbids county 0 Several gentlomen who vialtod imti Mill find ItTHIUIKKT MKIUlM tliroilKlt sired aid but wo think not W J Wireiuan Salyorvlllo which to securo Mountain Trade other Fnlra in fact all the Fair in tho Iko McGulro West Liberty Tho vote ordered by tho County Court HAZEL GREEK TO ROTHWEL ADVKIITISIXU UVTKS State nay tho exhibition of farm produce Jos Fuller Cincinnati for October ri to ascertain whether h Tit ANSI KKT has novor been oxccllcd in the Stale Advertisements inserted Tor less thnu 3 majority of qualified voters of Montgom Â¬ Lyw lfswl Ore every MftrNiwr 0 T Wilson Mt Sterling month will bu 7fi cent nn inch for tliu ttmt Ourupacoln thia issuo i ton limited to ery county are willing to have county day exMHM aat eoHHwWwl hAWwoob J H Wyatt Louisville insertion nnil 2i cciil mi Inch Tor each sub give tho premium Hat but wo will in our toquent lnertlon bonds Issued for stock in said railroad to trsia for ML Sttrllair Richard Blount Beattyville Itatawell evrv moral jOrALh TllAKHIKNT AllVKUTIHINU MUST uuxt ihsuo kivo a complcto list of tho arrival the amount of 100000 according to the of byHfWw Mt gterllag exejt fcrndny Mrs 0 B Hill Beattvvllle tralH 1115 PAID IN ADVANCK proiiiiunia As n financial succohh it was proposition accepted by tho County ami arrive at Ilasel Greea at 43W P M Miss Paulino Lewis Beatty ville BTAKIMNO AUVKUTIHRMRNTR un prccodon ted 7 50 t inch 111 mouth Court and published in Tho Stitittnob G H Turner Beattyville S Inches 12 50 Tho following would iudicato that Democrat last week will bo taken L G Moollcr Ixiuisvillc U Inches is 00 1R 7ft thoro is still hope It was tho opinion of some of our peo Careful and attentive driven In 4 Incite E 0 Fogle Lexington for tho luirnlvKcd rf n iuuhuK 22 00 Iranic plo that when tho new constitution wont each hank and special attSNtjoa pH II S Hudson Barbourville uorncilus Purcoll Indian Tor Inches 00 into effect that 110 county or city could or 1children traveling without I induced Mr Pinson whoso wife J 8 Cope Jackson Ubcrnl rate on larger advertisement Bays lie traveling patronage respectfully iniuiu known on niipliuutlnit vote aid to a railroad even under exist ited had paralysis in tlio face to try a bottlo C T Byrd Proton Creek very reapecimnv Local notice to bu Interspersed among 01 W H TAllOh Proprietor ing charters heuco it was thought that J H Harper Clark Co uimmberlaiiia Tain lialin To their reading mutter 10 cent a line with a din If Montgomery county did not tako a II P Rice Salyorsville count of i5 per cent where they run n month great surprise before tlio bottlo bad been TJITS or more voto on subscribing aid to tho Midland all used alio was a great deal better Her I Vest Morgan Co E Obituaries tributes of icspect etc 3c a Railway boforo tho now Constitution was L K Nixon Cedar BlufT Va Hue Count six words to tliu line mid scud faco had been drawn to one sido but promulgated that that would stop the iiinuoy with the imimiRcrlpt Wo will write tho Pain Balm relieved all pain and two J 0 May Salycrsville WINCHESTER KY obituaries and publish at ft cent a line proceedings but such is not tho case B May Salycrsvillo H Marriaccaud death notice not exceeding iiess and tho mouth assumed its natural Our fears woro unfounded Tho sec-Â¬ N II WITIIKHSPOON President Bhapo T Helnrich Cynthiaria Is also unequalled for rheuma Â¬ ten line solicited and published ntKK rerliiMH Kou Ukouiau Advkutihino tism lamo back sprains It D 1IUNTKII Cashier tion of tho new Constitution rolled on to J S Anderson Lykins swellings and lAYAHIB QUAHTKItlY ON I KM AN I kill air such business reads Tho Gener lameness Jnmcs Hargis Jackson 00 cent bottles for salo by SPENLKIl COOPKlt Address CapiTnT 20000000 al Assembly shall not authorize any Paid up Iliuel Green Ky Itoso Swango G W Jewell Jackson Surplus 0000000 county or sub division thereof city town Titos Watts Lost Creek This Hunk solicits the adouHta of wr To the Citizens of Hazel Green or incorporated district to become a vhsuta farmers traders R E Smith Louisville Judge Tutt of Camptou attended tho sad bHfiitesq men I was told this morning thero nro a stockholder in any company association general y throughout Eastern Keataeky J fair J S Ellison Catlettsburg dozen men who want to buy lota and or corporation or to obtain or appropri Â¬ nml ofleri its customers every facility aad Sam Amyx Torrent the most liberal terms within the limit of Several of our citizens will attend the build at Hazel Green ate money for or to loan its credit to legitimate hanking Would not a F It Russoll Clay City eetlflly dozen now houses going up in Hazel any corporation association or individuNancy Hanks trot nt Lexington Chns Scwell Jackson NEW- Green look like business al oxcept for tlio purpose of construct You can not 0 G McAllister Owingsvlllo Eartcrlings photograph gallery is hero havo a town without people You can ing or maintaining bridges turnpike R L Goodpaster Mt Sterling for ten days Call and get your picture not havo peoplo without houses You roads or gravel roads James Lockridgo Louisville It will bo seen that this is in the fuMT STERLING KY to 11a can not linVo houses without a placo al Â¬ Kolly Fulks Campton j1 f It It l ui il premiums uwurucu i build them No man ought to bo mil lint f inu ture and has no reference to jast acta of B N Sprndling Spradling tho fair will bo printed on tho Uth Inst lowed to go away from tho Legislature granting authority to Capital Hazol Green I C Blair Blairs Mill voto aid to railroads In other words it Surplus Weak hair strengthened and tho scalp who wants to build and is willing to paj A F Blair Yocum docs not repeal or annul the charter of n fair prico on account of exorbitant s kept clean by using Halls Hair Itenew J C Blair Blairs Mills I C1IA8 tho Ky Midland Rnilwav authorizlnir WM MlTCIIKLb prices of land growing out of tho cupid Â¬ M GRUWW do F P Blair cr xTceiuent j Uasbler Montgomery county to tako stock in ity of tho land owners This will kill C D Sublett Louisville FranlcD Russell Cashier of the Clny any town in tho world Hero that corporation Ilcnco it is all right The largest capital and surplus and hull is room E B Arnctt Hcndrick City Natioual Dank was in attendance for enterprise and to go ahead with the vote and if a ma vidual dcpnuliN than any hunk in this see public spirit Your Prlco Eager Beattyville at tho fair jority of tho voters voto In favor or tho tint of the Utate citizens had better organize on this matB Jamison Beatty ville proposition submitted tho county will J O Trimble Mrs Lizzie Turner R ter You can pursue 11 conrso thnt will R H Bryan Lexington Exchangi Bank of Kmtieky havo to subscribe tho amount In stock Trimblo and many others from Mt Ster- Â¬ cut off your own noses It has in town J C Masonhelmer Lexington MT STERLING KY as agreed provided the railroad compa Â¬ building proved a most paying business J D Poer Lexington ling attended tho Fair ny complies with it part of tho contract to givo away every other lot Do not H Senter Jackson Hon Cabins M Clay jr true to his Happy and content is a home with The Rc think any one that I am moved by any M J Sparks Lexington CAPITAL old tricks of opposing tlio interest of chcstera lamp with the light of the morning pecuniary motive to writo thus I do it T S Prater Salyersville Eastern Kentucky made a red hot speech Fr tatalegtti tvritt Rtektttir Lamfi CtNtw Ytrk simply on account of my unselfish inter- Â¬ K 8 Uaskins Salyersville Wo have more Hazel Green business than in favor of tho immediate promulgation est in tho progress and building up of Mihs Lizzie Floyd Lexington any other bank and want to Increase It A E Colo of Maysviilo candi Â¬ Judgo of the new Constitution and carried his your growing town ico Henry Sidoview Send us your account and we will treat date for tho Court of Appcnls was slink Â¬ Mr Clay is a thoroughbred and Yours respectfully Geo W Lovclaco and wifo Campton point you well ing hands with tho people and making lives in tho center of Gods country J M Downing J A Nlckcll Blackwatcr U J PETERS TRKaiDKNT himself generally agreeable C M Koyser and wife West Liberty where tho sky comes dowu like a bluo JOHN G WINN Oabhikr Notice parasol all round him and ho has vory Hattle Cole West Liberty Hugh Beatty of Beattyville this week Tho Ex Confederate Association of littlo consideration for tho hewers of Z T Hurst Campton sold to F AlcGuiro of this place a very Wolfo county will meet in annual ses wood and drawers of wator that inhabit D B Hurst Stillwater handsomo upright piano As soon as it sion on the third Saturday in October tho hoop polo deestricta of the High Â¬ Esther Hurst Stillwater is delivered wo will havo more to say of 1891 at Campton Ky All MT STERLING KY lands A T Hurst Campton it soldiers aro specially requested to Tho Frankfort correspondent of tho Capital ft 200000 SuRnUB J P Stlner 8alyorsville 80000 salo 16 acres of bo present For Sale I have for Courier Journal says A E Cole Mavsvillc M IH08TAFF Prrildeat Joseph C Lykinb land lying on tho waters of QraBsy good Tho Kentucky Midland railroad atÂ¬ J Q L KIHKPATKIOK Vice President A F Byrd and wife Campton Pres Wolfe Co Ex Con Assn coal on land and very productive good tributes tho defeat of their attempt to W W THOMSON Cathie G T Center and wifo Campton water will bo sold at a bargain have tho promulgation of tho now ConLaura Demarce Campton Cnntpton Currency We solicit Apply to Jack 8picer stitution deferred a fow weeks to Mr chantsrespectfully Under the buiftHf mer Â¬ farmers Rosa Asbury Campton wui tarine mn Tho wife of John E Dralco Is very low Hazel Green Ky Clay Thoy say tho peoplo of Montgom Â¬ generally throughout Kaiterti KjhUm X Surah Fulks Campton with dropsy and her recovery is very hanking business iloae Gt m a ery couuty wanted tlio road badly and general to Chas H Geidol Rohcoc chance send you a bank book par Megrimine tho only permanent cure doubtful they aro very much displeased with Mr checks mid loan you money when In need Gus Meyer Ashland for all forms of headache and neuralgia Twelve or fifteen Indinns passed thro W W ThomiHOM Cash Clays opMsitiou Tho proposition could J D Power CatlctUburg relieves tho pain in from 15 to JO min- hero yesterday October 1 en routo to not bo submitted at once owing to a JcfF Prater and wife Salycrsvillo utes For Balo on positive guarantee at Beattyville Sterling National clauso in tho Midlands charter Senti Mt The Herald office or sent postpaid by James A Williams wont to Beattyville Geo W Robinson Campton nel Democrat JIT STERLING KY II N Horton Campton mail on receipt of price 50 cents a box Monday on legal business returning T McCluro West Liberty W B OConnoll of Mt Sterling Is home Tuesday R S Clukc Grno Lick paronts who havo children subject If rusticating in this town and attending J B Hollon our efficient County J L Jackson Gallipolis to croup would tako tho advice of Rose tlio Fair G A Early Lexington Swango they would never be withouta Court Clerk who has been sick for some bottlo of Chamberlains Cough Remedy time is improving rapidly J W Jameson Beattyville LEWIS APPERSON Prhsidknt of tho firm of Rob Â¬ W G Masters Beattyville in tho house It will not only euro Georgo Robinson H R FRENCH Camuk croup but will prevent it if used as soon inson ft Combs is having erected a hand J E Cooper Mt Sterling as tho first symptoms appear which can some building on Main street MMiitain business is respectfully sfllleltnl J M Ingram Mizo with the assurance that we will treat every Mary Ingram Mire always bo done If tho Remedy is kept at Nicholas Folks bought a pair of fine aolatloa customer fslrlr 0 C Pieratt and wife Mlze at hand mules from John T Center ono day always N B Lyons and wife Mize week for which ho paid 300 Wlloy Maddox near Sedalia Mo last Belle LyonB Mize Tlio public school at this placo is pro was a guest of tho Day Houso Friday with J M Pieratt Ezel night having como to Rothwoll on a growing rapidly with M F Brown Amos Davis West Liberty through coupon ticket which tho first teacher and Miss Lydia Hanks assist Â¬ 26 PROFESSORS B M Carr West Liberty mSTRUCTOIS ono over taken up by Capt Charley Pe ant AKrioultural Soiaatiflo Englnewinf J II Dcitrich Des Moines Iowa A Rov F A Savage tho new pastor of try Mr Maddox loft hero flfty threo Ofawioal Normal School Aodem J D Harper Mt Sterling Oommerolal nd Military Coarse of years ago at tho auo of twelve years tho M E church South delivered two Is follow J Hazel rigg Mt Sterling -- y iiamfcj DlUUYi U and this is his first return to tho scenes ablo sermons at tho Methodist church C A Turner Mt Sterling COUNTY APPOIHTKIi MIOXIVRS Sunday of his childhood PRKE OF TUlf IOM F W Bassett Mt Sterling Several young ladies and gentlemou of Fall term begins nntinfcer shiwh Robert Cecil Barney At this season of tho year peoplo can msdlolna Hoard in dormitory 2 per week la private this placo attended tho quarterly meeting not bo too careful about keeping their families tMAO to H For Cat eg h aMrM Meadow Tho following were registered at tho tho Methodist church at bowels regular Bilious and malarial of JAS K PATTERSON Dormitory this week Sunday you diseased are often brought on by allow- Â¬ Branch will LEXINGTON mr Miss Mattlo Combs Jackson My worthy young friend Jacob O ing tho bowels to become torpid An oc-Â¬ Miss Addio Combs Jackson casional doso of St Patricks Pills Is all Folks son of Nicholas Fulks and half G T Center Miss Sophio Combs Jackson that would bo required and might pre brother of our townsman Miss Ellen Miutcr Boonoville For salo by Itoso delivered ono of tho ablest speeches at vent serious sickness Miw Ikillo Moore Boonoville debating society Monday night that tho Sffango Miss Naunto Perry West Liberty was over delivered in this town i months prac- Â¬ For a baud of only six Chas Suowdcn St Helens C 0 Williams is in Texas fencing his The beautiful farm known aw the R V tice th boys of tho Hazel Green Cornot Joe Hioronymoiis Hierouymotis Ford farm Ho has Iniught 010 acres of land iockreil rartH mar Kxel Ky Is how offer band did remarkably well during tho J W Easterliug Morgan Co ed lor sale by Its owNer This Is the meet in tho Louu Star State and will move desirable situation Ih Moruan eeaittv Hlee Fair and every ono spoke in tho highest J A Henry Morgan Co AH may leave tho to It in February dwelling of 7 rooHs with twe hallways large Too much terms of their selections jcv mt J M Downing West Liberty yard of elegant shade tree antl evergreens grand and glorious old Commonwealth of praise cannot bo given Prof E B Bus Â¬ two never fslllHg wells small neat tore Q 0 Daniel and wire Ezel Kentucky who desire to but never will he use on premise Urge barn and all aeew by of Mt Sterling for the groat pains J F Thomas and wife Kxel we Kentucky Is undoubtedly the lest Mry PHtbHlldlHg gMHt hfHMUH ftirM fcr atvnai wt tpaivnPS he took during the few weeks ho was tuHUHU large orehsrd with abtUHlaae II F Fannin and wife Ecl f ini tron aeftatmifMowauoa Jliralianhi MpS State In the Union and Wolfe Is the r f all West dUtlllery la the clad IraiU With them in bringing them out and A J Nlckell Ewl Mly 4MMd best couuty in the State HHtr dtftlrakh woodland aad valwM the boys all My with one accord that he Mr M F Nlekell EmI timber a wmm siara of general meretutMdi Sopplk Jack Oct a witklR 100 vrU 4 dwellla oalv awe half XX Is a most excellent instructor They also WrW Mfbj Aram Mwti Keel wkere tbre mmh J M Roe prtidMt of Um Fair a return thanks to Messrs Joe M Conroy w F0K IIYMPKPHIA waesraraa siashi waiaaa jbt aasfBaBBk UtkM will tW Uk wlft hmI ftUwftd to JWlse W F Cfceetkam and W B 0Connell Mtv IstUnrNi weahk Diissfi W IM MrmrnM Iinm RRr tMm till Mil M awl trtK of Mt Sterllnf for valuable jwJUhw 4M great 2fay Jlaalw boois I AH 4sWw Ajfir IvtxiHgWM sjnnMHotny IIazel Geeen Eerald DAILY HACK LINE 5 li Fare S Each Way mi Â¬ WINCHESTER BANK Â¬ Â¬ FARMERS BANK Â¬ 8200000 840000 s Â¬ 810000000 Kl ft Â¬ Traders Deposit Bawk Â¬ Â¬ But V a It Capital 100000 Surplus 16660 Â¬ RHEUMATISM neuralgia and can ba successfully fraatad Ayers Saraaparilla sura to tha parslstant usa of this oura oura STATS FKElTi ill Has Cured Others PhD VALUABLE FARM FOR SALI Trimble Bros WHOLBSIlLX Â¬ sticrung Ootr It Arfm tQuJ nRwiola atRm sg cATurnutojtf mif J M - 1 c iaii a 5rvrwii e VV TWJ M f Tw i Hazel Green Herald rKNOER COOPER PaMtteer F yu 4 HAZEL QUEEN A TREASURE KY 1 Whats tho matter Mr Russell Inquired this young man I havo just feasted upon tho blcops Only a llttlo goldon ring of a driod ostrich and a cup of strange Tli at in my hand I hold fluid called draw ono replied llussoll Yet it Is worth far raoro to mo Than just Us weight in gold I and tho only coin in my pockot hap poncd to bo plugged If I understand For on n birthday long ago My mother gavo It mo tho situation eorroctly tho gentleman And with loving wprdi on my girlish hand Vith tho llttlo shovol intends to malco Sho placed it tondorly n grlddlo cako of mo Only a llttlo goldon ring I thought somobody was getting Yet it blnda mo to tho past killed said tho reporter looking dis- Â¬ My girlhoods day I seem to nco appointed but if thats all tho trouble Ab upon It my oyo Is cast I can lend you a dollar easily onough Thcro wcro many frlonds whom I dearly Thank you said llussoll taking loved I will lcavo It nt your of tho dollar Whom 1 gladly would behold Then ho But nono whoso lovo was so pure as hors flco at four oclock to morrow mado out an I 0 U on a loaf of tho re Â¬ Who gavo mo my ring of goldl porters noto book paid tho check and Only a llttlo golden rlngl wont out upon tho atroot IIo walked liut it binds mo to tho sides slowly along thinking of tho queer lnci For thftc by faith hor form I sou As I look through tearful eyes dont It was nothing In itself and yot ho found a now sensation in it Throo If thoso lips might speak to mo again months ago It would havo unnoyod hira And tho clasp of thoso arms enfold For ono mothor klss Id gladly part Tho thought that ho had boon unablo to With my llttlo ring of gold pay for so poor a moal would havo op Â¬ llolen lorcy In Good Housekeeping pressed him with a sonso of poverty But ho had oscaped that fooling alto Â¬ gothor and ho wondered why Tho reason was plain enough though ho could not sco it Living as ho had dono wholly In a monotonous routlno such small mishaps had always assumed oxaggoratod proportions Trilling cm- barassmonts and tho necessary I solf-do-nlals Tho nituatlon uao becoming ombarraaslng but just thon a young man conncotod with tho press whom llussoll know stopped into tho rcstau raut to soo whothcr any thing worthy of record was transpiring npplouao fnd tho Auggcstlon was received with Thcro la a reason then for all this heavy liko that of a closo room and tho You havo not drawn up of trafllo in streets that aro said Russoll grumblo only half nsloop resembles tho groans of thla cataloguo of virtues merely to sot an uneasy dreamer whom tho cares of my consolonco working Thoro Ib a reason my dear boy 1 tho day ptirsuo beyond tho sotting of am going away for two yoars A chanco tho Bun has boon offered mo to go as civil ongi CHAPTER IV neor to superintend a great work in tho Tim 07FRR Of A VIUENI heart of Africa Tho dutlog tho respon- Â¬ An hours walk brought llussoll to his sibilities and tho promlsod rowardsof own door or to bo exact to tho door this undertaking aro far boyond any which his landlady hired of tho lawyor thing I desorvo or could havo asked for who managed tho ostato of tho man who But tho opportunity has como and I in lifo hud owned tho building Ho was havo no choico but to accept it thank- Â¬ surprised to aeo that a light was burning fully I sail to morrow in his room nnd to And upon entering Do you proposo that I go with you that his return had boon anxiously asked Russell awaited by almost tho only person in said Brown you will No indocd tho world to whom ho know that ho was bo hotter off hero 1 havo known men roally somothlng moro Jhan a faro and a who needed to bo taken out of this con namo That tho curront of friendly tor of all temptations into tho wilderfooling between tho two mon did not ness for tho safoty of their souls but pass with equal forco each way was you aro not ono of thorn Tho gllttor of Russells fault alono Ills gloomy and tho almlghtydollardoes notdazzlo you mechanical way of llfo had shut out I am to oxocuto somo commission for friendship from his heart IIo had boon you hero you aro to leave somothlng in too solf centord too dospondont too my caro distrustful of tho valuo of such sonti That will soom a strango way of monts phrasing it whon you know what it is But Walter Brown was ft man of an- Â¬ said Brown but porhaps thooxprosslon other sort altogothor IIo trusted ovory is acourato onough Do you know what body including himself Ho had tho I most deeply regrot to loavo bohind warmest posslblo regard for llussoll mo and It was vislblo in his oarnost kindly A docont climato and tho comforts and handsomo faco llussoll was glad of civilization I should suppose to boo him would havo boon glad tosoo My dear boy I loavo my heart be Â¬ hind mo I am in lovo An amused smllo crept over Russells HOME HINTS AND HELPS Oilcloth can be kept bright for years if properly varnished each season wit any good siccative Regular dusting with a sof thrush or cloth should keep bronzo clean ad a uttie sweet on gcntiy ruobeu will rcmovo tho purplo tinge that comes N Y World r V - r r f tho raoro determined to porsovoro and csoapo them And tho food coarso as it was brought ii feeling of conildonco billiards fJo consumed thirty couts worth of it How avo you Lano and llussoll rind thon approached tho ahnrp ficod shook tho young man warmly by tho hand Id lileo to play with you but to toll tho truth I couldnt afford to pay if I lost Ive less than a dollar to carry mo through to morrow Xover mind that was tho choorful rosponso Ill lond you a couplo of dollars if I boat you I think yo ill do it said llussoll as ho followed Lano in tho direction of n billiard saloon Indeed ho added mentally If thats tho condition of tho gamo I feel pretty suro you will It hnd been about llvo yoars sinco HuHSoll had handled a billiard cue and ho had nover been an expert However being out of practice did not worry him any for it appeared to ho a caso whom dofeat was proferablo to victory Uut ho wished to avoid tho appearanco of mi TIIATS ILtiaOUD throwing tho game away and thoroforo fotualo ut tho cashiers desk to wliom ho tried to miss all tho shots by a narrow gavo tho half dollar IIo grioved to margin In this way ho oxocuted somo think that his dinner would mako ruoIi of tho most brilliant runs of his lifo a big holo In it Hut thoro was already and was half a dozen points nhcad whon a holo in it which was far moro grlov tho gamo was near its ond Thon tho ous and because of whioh tho koen interest of tho sport got tho hotter of oyod cashier rejected it altogothor Tho half dollar was plugged OIIAPTKll ir CONTINUKI Ho was mado by thoso things of economy hnd given a falso and somber color to his Hfo becauso ho had never had tho tact to counterbalance them with tho small pleasures which Hut aro within tho reach of ovcrybody This ho viowed llfo dillorontly now preposterous idea of monoy gotting had taken him out of the present and a falso hopo offset a falso despondonoy Hollo llussoll said a volco at hl3 his olbow como and play ft gamo of faco if thoro Well said ho at length is any mattor on earth or elsewhere which Is wholly boyond my possibilities of usefulness I think you havo named EE CHAPTER III A HUM OF IUCK Russell hold tho half dollar up to tho light and nrndis a protonso of oxaminlng tho Bpotof baser motal in it ln reality Jiotjvasoojinidorlrig tho advisability of f f making arush for tho door IIo decided ft V VIV conversation to roinain It wan bad enough to havo suoh a dinner on his stomach without having it on his oouseionco also Kvl dontly ho must poitpono puymont Ho Borrowing din Â¬ did not llku tho idea ners in this way had formed no part of ills original sohomo IIo removed his jycs from tho pluggod coin and turned thorn upon the cashier Protty work said ho I took it for a good ono Thirty cents ploaao said tho cash ior in a tono calculated to disoourago A GOOD LOSKH lif 4 iii t i Viot 10 flaV tlmt l bnvont that amount with mo Rusaoll began npolp- jjotlonlly You ought to havo thought of that boforo was tho rosponso Your romark bristles with wisdom aid Russell but it doos not contain a suggestion aa to a oourso of action So Ulo up said tho cash lor by way of supplying tho doflolenoy A fat man irf a whlto jaokot and a traditional cooks cap who had boon ongaged in j HAH1BIT1 Pf if t l y i i - i n i im f thoy usually maintain ascordialrolatlons with caph other us do thoso strango and uncongenial nmmala which tho koopors of monagorlos drivo into tho Grizzly sus Happy Family cago picion born of hard oxporlonco usurps tho plnco of kindly mutual Interest ami tho preservation of an armed neu- Â¬ trality la tho solo condition of poaco But a man may sleep thoro if ho has a willing consolonco and ft qulot nolghbor It was a beautiful ovonlng so much of it as could struggle down betweon the tall buildings Tho lano of stars over Russells head shono bright but it Snaco Is so valuablo was vorv narrow IUT HIM ON TUK GIUDDUS olty that onooannot havo onough in the Mm MntifaAhiva nt 0itri11nfllrsm nv fha oven of tho sky But tho Influences of wtwtow m a tempUtioa to the pewtera the night may h folt in tho city if a irerheara thla controversy nnd man has a sensltivo soul At nhlb oclock many of the down Â¬ MttdletVu U the doslc armd with th town streets reoogniio the fact that the WHMH ttfeUMtt tO 1UVII HID WKN MM Mifv4irrtoy frA thtW flayiadotae Tkey give to the solitary aiHl wwvomra waaderer a power jtul irapteMlo of rat imMtWl bwt It ie very different from that of aleepinf wood an flebU Tke dumber el tke eity U opprxwtd The air la Â¬ J him hoplayed his lovol best missed al- Â¬ most ovory shot and was defeated by two points In a hundred Tight gamo that said Lano as ho oxtraoted r two dollar bill from his vost 1 had no idea you could play pookot how oil If you hadnt shot carolessly at tho last youd havo won Tho gamo cost sixty conts which was rather a high porcontago to pay for tho loan of two dollars but llussoll reflected that tho rato of interest is al Â¬ ways highest to tho man1 who can least aitQrd to pay Ho parted from Lano at tho door of tho billiard hall and took his solitary way up town IIo had do elded to walk homo It is a hard necessity whioh compels a man to call a city lodglng hoiiBO by Buoh a hallowed namo Tho inmates aro of fatoa choosing and Â¬ Â¬ f u fmt Mwwif o You aro mistaken said his frlond oarncstly for this is not wholly an af Â¬ of tho heart It is not money fair oither though I saw tho suspicion in your faco Lot mo stato tho caso Tho girl I lovo is Alico Ray Sho is tho daughter of tho lumbor trust king I mado hor acquaintance through hor brothor Georgo now dead IIo was my classmato in collego I havo told you of it boforo no doubt i iorow you TiuiouGiiAxn TiirouGir1 I know of your calling there of course said Russell but you novor almost anybody becauso ho did not fool said much about Miss Ray I used to in a mood for sloep and dreaded his own thoughts lest thoy should bo too think it was unwise for a poor man to Â¬ logical IIo shook Browns hand with a attempt tho preservation of social relations with tho very rich hearty pressure and then got out a replied Tho Rays aro plain people couplo of church warden pipes and a Brown thoy do not go into society I box of tobacco with a manner full of havo thought it unfortunato for Miss genuino hospitality sorry if I havo kept you waiting Ray though I havo sometimes selfishly Im long said he whilo tho pipes were bo blessed tho chanco which kept hor so I dont bolievo that thoro aro secluded injr llllcd half a dozen girls in tho city who speak I havo boon hero only half an hour Brown roplied but 1 would gladly with fowor people in tho courso of a havo waited much longer rather than week than sho does Sho lives in hor havo missed seoing you 1 do not expect homo A fow school friends visit hor to have that peasuro during tho next but thoy como from out of town and stay only a short time Her father and then pour over it a pint and u half of ill two years mothor and two younger sisters aro hor boiling water Id a pound of sugar 111 You aro going away Im sorry in Â¬ Now Gilbert nnd the juice o our oranges and three I deed to hear it said llussoll but as only intimato associates Ray is a shrewd onough man in busi Â¬ lemons stir mil n the sugar is dissolvcd4L for hoeing mo you havent had that and a cool place pleasure if it can bo so designated ness and his wifo is an cstimnblo wom- Â¬ Strain Uinlll sit inIVIltnr nmrm rDipar IjIVf linf filVlE in very often in tho last two yoars I wish an but I dont boliovo that oithor of them has road a book in tho last six torn and sides with canned cherries it had been much oftonor years Thoy do not impress you as ig- Â¬ cover with tho liquid gelatine let it So db I replied tho othor heartily norant peoplo and yet thoy havo no in- Â¬ harden till up the space with moroi but our livos havo run in channels Tho consequonco of gelatine and set it to cool Servo wholly different though so near in act Â¬ tellectual lifo their deficiencies and tho queer isola- Â¬ with vanilla cold sauce Housekeeper ual distance Wo havo both been hard workers It has always boon a pleasure tion of tho family is that Alico has a GEMS OF ART to mo to know that you woro in tho strangely undeveloped mind Sho has samo city but I havo called upon you boon to school and has learned a largo Pnrnsol Handle 3Inrh Shorter Than Last Season raroly becauso my tlmo and yours havo number of facts but sho makes no uso MM li been so fully occupied And thon do of them I am suro that sho has a good and fluffl you know I have always folt that you mind but it doosnt get any exercise Do ness which characterizes all tho femi I mako myself clear nine modes this season is especially woro way up abovo mo intellectually You do roplied Russoll promptly marked in parasols Such charming 1 and that except in ordinary matters I but I am afraid thoro is nothing uniquo elleets as aro seen in lace chiffon andi was hardly a companion for you Too many tulle in the most fetching colors all Intellectually cried Russell in about Miss Rays position girls in this city aro similarly situated puffed rallied and shirred Why man you might as amazement Perhaps so but Miss Ray has my Ihe handles remarkably shorter woll talk of tho intollcct of a plug of tobacco I havo read a few good books lovo whilo tho others havo only my sym- Â¬ than those carried a season ago aro of and a world of trash And I havo sat pathy Sho doesnt know It yot unless natural wood or exquisitely carved Sho is only oightoon many of them being perfect gems of hero in this room to do it whon I should by intuition you know and I havo a fortuno to mako lllL havo boon loarning what was going on yot before I can hopo to win hor fathors A very pretty novelty seen at ond of around mo consent As for hor own innocent hoart our fashionable stores tho othor day Brown shook his head and smiled in- Â¬ Ileavfin forgivo my presumption in and pronounced one of tho most stylish credulously thinking that I might ovor bo worthy of of this seasons productions was pur Â¬ You always underrated yourself said he but I know you through and its Iovp but I havo dared to hopo so chased by a society belle for forty fivo dollars through You havo a mind that I havo and I can not banish tho thought What I want to ask of you Russoll It was ono of those favorito models always envied you tho possession of koonly philosophical but healthy and ho continued oven moro earnestly It a twenty two inch frame covered withf would bo imposslblo for mo tospoak of If I maizo chiffon having a rufllo of palo woll balanced did not regard you as a friend and broth- Â¬ lavender around tho edcre set off bv a Russell wondorod what Brown would think If ho know tho absurd sohomo or worthy of all conildonco I want you to band of mock jewels which wcro a which had been ovolvcd by tho hoalthy know Miss Ray to bo hor frlond whon feet match to tho ruffle A handsome m aim woii uaianocu mum out no was I am gone It will bo greatly to tho ad Â¬ bow of lavender silk velvet ribbon was sutllolontly philosophical to roallzo that vantago of both You will toll hor what Cracefullv fnstonnd rrn nnn cilo nnfT ovory mans character Is a sealed book to road and what to think sho will dis- - further added to the charming effectif ii to his friend no less than to a strangor poll your misogynlstlo notions and miiu imiiiuiu wnb oi woou- ocautuuuyiCi I havo always admired you as a con- Â¬ whon I roturn I shall find hor a past carved You mastor In logic and philosophy and you tented man continued Brown Another oxquisito shade was ot 6 ro ono of thoso who know how to llvo married vory llkoly to ono of hor changeable silk shading red and green You aro novor led away by chimerical protty school frlonds with tho honoy particularly attractive on account of the handle which was of pearl boauti- hopes Tho nolso of tho strugglo for raoon shining ovor your right shouldor I am afraid that all this is plannod fully inlaid with gold wealth nover disturbs jourmcdltations wrought In You will progress soberly to a modorato for my good moro than for hers said very fine and artistic design and valued You know what a lonoly llfo at forty dollars success in tho affairs of this world and Russoll j Ono of China silk especially dainty ovory stop of your way will bo in tho I led and you thought that Bomo Influ onco to draw mo out of it a llttlo would and much admired was of a delicate lino of tho Btrlotost roctltudo j You know that I had lost my position bo tho best thing In tho world for mo hcliotropo in color handsomely cml You aro right and I thank you Shall broidercd in tho flour do lis pattcrm with Annett it Co said Russoll I call thoro with you to morrow boforo and trimmed with a ruffle of chiffon No I hadnt hoard of it but I do with similar embroidery The handle not regard it as a sorious matter A you eail Imposslblo tho hour s nine oclock was of whlto ivory also decorated with man of your ability nnd oharaotor will not fail to sccuro sohothintr bottor vory But sho alroady knows you I havo tho flour do lis Tho nrico of this was 1f soon somothlng with a greator ohanco Bpokon of you so ofton Thla ovonlng bim iby n uouars j uru whon I called to Bay good bye I vory Of tho less olaborato which oaeJ of advanoomont I can sco that tho loss of tho position has not dopressed you readily obtained permission to oxtond nugiib lancy moro appropriately carr It will bo rather to your advantago I this invitation to you ivitn a tailor mado gown was notlceo pro hk coNTiionn a stylish red silk shade with Malace think stick and white ivory handle carved I Porhaps said Russoll Who can prophesy tho consequences of trifles tno lorm of a lobsters claw and w Indigestible I was tolling you what a good follow Takobaok tho hoart thou gavestl marked sixteen dollars you aro continued Brown A now shape introduced this fea Why should I tako itbaok It Is a favorito subject with mp If you have a Thoro was a hush of oxpeotancy and had every alternate rib shortened t fault it is a lack of sentiment I can tho llstonors loaned far out over the affect was such that ono might sup hardly imagine your falling in lovo vorjoida to catch the dying note of lovos it nau been out In a galo Very fow of the high class croods But he added with a smiletnis only lyric Bcceuse came tho roply makee me the more eertaln that you are wafted softly on the wiags ot evening now imported American manufaot tta mm to wImnm I ean look or help in beeeuee the boarders wont oat it It being considered equal if not su 1 uie foreign a Mnueual peed was the butcker JCpool make Boston Globe 1 4 1 1 5 it Bells Cuke Break two eggs in add two tablespoons of sweet cream All the cup with sweet milk add ono cup of sugar ono nnd a half curw of flour ono teaspoonful of crenm tar tnr and half a teaspoon of soda Farm and Home IYi malnrn rnnntfl lnffot In flu nl i innl tnsto beat up n quarter of a pound of good Ircsh Umo in a pnu ot water Let stand nn hour pour ofl tho lime water carefully and In this wash the butter thoroughly Wash afterward with cold spring water and salt slight- ly Detroit lrce Press Ii you want your windows to bo nice nnd briirht ndd ft little nmmonk to tho water and wash thoroughly Use1 no soap us it leaves tho glass of n milky color You can not obtain Kfttisfnctory results by wiping them ofl with a damn cloth but thoy must bo washed with plenty of water Dry them with clean cotton cloths and polish with a cha- Â¬ mois or soft paper One way of prcvcntini dolicato nml sweet scented flowers from flngging inj to cut tncin with several leaves on the stem nnd when the flower head is placed in water to allow only this n ItnHA iln in the leaves are entirely submerged byfljl this means the leaves seem to help sup llB port tho flower which will then lastllB for three days m a fairly cool room 1 uouu jjumon ieuy aoaic ono package of gelatine in half a pint of cold water for two hours or more Pour on this one quart of boiling water and ndd a pint of sugar Set the bowl in a pan of boiling water and stir until tho sugar nnd gelatine aro dissolved then add half a pint of lemon juice and strain through a coarse napkin Turn into molds and set away to harden liiiuius Jiomc journal Warmed over Potatoes An excel- lent way to warm over potatoes is to put a lump of bntter into a saucepan As it melts add a tablespoon ful of flour j stirring it so that it will not burn Then pour in a cup of rich sweet milk puro cream is preferable and season with pepper and salt Keep stirring with a spoon so that tho ingredients will bo well mixed then put into this cold sliced potatoes Let them boil up for a i few minutes then send to tho tablo I hot Detroit Free Press Royal Pudding Cover a box of cup 1I pcrjf -- 4 H 1 u L -- - if J rti flk tflMMMUnM nniiiuniuui lAIfA vvimw AujaIo nnuna tLre outdoor sport ethics sco Two Fislier h indoor Margaret Patty Letters Kott Tho AH Because a Bluebird Sang ltd itoua natural history seo MlIov I An Odd Set and lccl Silk worms of Mlno fancl Two Acquaintances and tho higher sort of fairy ittalo Zfrv sco Pctcrkln and PollUcin go to Jb Fair and A Talo of tho Black practical art lessons seo lrest a master MDrawlugtho Child Flguro soo Margaret Sidneys Tho ly serial a lino array of eppcrs Grown Up Red jJort stories sno Mrs Batess Sherwoods Sovereign Mrs Lilies Aunt Betseys 51 45 Clarissa Porters pages of original anec Â¬ Box etc Cap dotes and pictures and poenra galore among them llassams drawings of and Mrs Mary E Gossamer Girls Masqucrado aro especially Blakes tfltcl Stouleys Unnanas Is Kood llsto7 biography sco Tho Trlnco Imperial and and cxaiiilnofor themselves tho many advan Â¬ tages offered by tho Great West and North west Tho reports received Jrom this en tiro rofflon Indlcnto an cxccptionallyabun danit harvest this year and those excursions will bo run at tho very season when exact demonotrat on of tho merits of this favored section can bo made For rates and detailed Information apply to any ticket agent or address W A Thrall Gorieral Passenger and Ticket Agent Chicago Â¬ On August Mthnnd Bcpfomber J29th thn Chiuneo North western Railway Co will run Harvest Lxcurslons to points in Iowa Mlniicsotn North and South Dakota Ne braska Colorado Wyoming Uiah Idaho and Montana Tickots for tlioso excursions will bo class in every respect will bo good for return passago within thirty days from dnto of purchase and will bo sold at such favorablo rates as to afford an excel lont opportunity for homo seokors nnd thosoln search of profttublo investment to Ilnrvcst ixoitrlons tlrt Three Harvest Exoumlorn Q It It The Burlington route 0 B will sell from principal stations on Its linos on Tuosduys August 25 aud Sept 15 nnd SO Harvest Excursion Tickots at Low nates to principal cities nnd points In tho Forming Regions of tho West Houthwcst and North west For tickets and further Information concerning tlioso excursions call on your Q ticket iigont or address nearest C 1 P 8 Eustls GcnIPass and Tlckot Agent -- V mm m kVrST mMmUmymmM mwUtmmlmwBKmt Chicago 111 m WnxN making a Bpccch uy son follow tho exnmplo of tho best uccdlo munufuutur ors aud sink the L Uostou Transcript The Turning Point With many i man U nomo trivial net nnd a mere recommendntlon or annio friend to try 8 8 H hns aarr tho IIym of hundreds 8palHnff RROOd wonl for S S 8 natttr for vrlirrover It bu beeu tried tliero baro alwaya beta 1 2JV iliiB i Ry North-West-er- n Chicago 111 best that their money will buy so ovory family should have at once a bottlo or tho best family romedy Syrup of Figs to clcanso tho system whou costlvo or bilious For salo In 60o and 100 bottles by all lending druggists All aro entitled to Entitled to the Ilcnt ho rood rciulu S S S raxs on appucUon A for Blood TotsomKa Caitctitop tub Skit Ulcers akdSoru mjgflgggnmmmM RELIEVES nil Stomach Distress REMOVES Nausea Beuio of FulliWM COHQESTIOM ALL SKlit DlSEASaS too many friiu Brooklyn Eagle ban oust Mr Cotnolcii otf because ho Sun had good causa I heard thntLllllo Yosl Thats ruff put on lio Is ton Courlor Tun editors wnsto baskot Is proof that nlwuys prepared for tho worst Bos in treatMo on Dlood and Skin OUcosci mallo4 PAIK Â¬ tho Word A Each week a different 3 Inch display Is A unusTT employor believes that a Jabor 340 a year 20 ccnt3 a number tli sample buck number for 5 cents D published lu In b paper There aro no two m is wuruiy oi ins ira Xoiikois uuzoucv words allko olthor nd oxcept Ono word LotlroP Company Publishers Boston This word will bo found In tho nd for Dr It Is no longer necessary to tclcobluo pills Iro Tonlo Mass Liver Pills and wf Cherry Bitters Little for M Crescent to rouso tho liver to action Carters Llttlo Look IdUglon I trado mark Read tho ad carclullv and LlvorPills aro much bctterDou t forget this ft Man in whatever state ho may bo when ynu find tho word send lttothem and JIant a reputed wag turns out to bo merethov will lot urn you ly a scalawag Uostou Coiirior considered ns well as in every period graphs uud sample a book beautiful litho free and vicissitude of life experiences in BitONciiiTts is cured by frequent small religion an eilicaclous antidote ugainst Tin reason why a fly Is generally moti doses of Plsos Curo for Consumption which oppress him a bhicld nrcli absolute of u bald head is because thcro tho ills Is no holr up nrent Philudclphiu Thues that blunts the darts of his enemies and PnojLB dovote too much timo to looking an asylum into which they can never Ilnrvcst Excumloni noducftl Itntcs to tho at tho clock In every event of fortune it ex Vloit and Northwest ttcrin his soul a sublimity of ideas by South Soutliciiitnn I 2lth tho Clilcngo September loth pointing out to him the just Judge Eastern Illinois Railroad will soil Round to points who as an attentive spectator of his Trip Harvest Excursion Tickets In tho bomb Southeast West and North conflicts is about to reward him with west at greatly reduced rates Tor partic Â¬ Religion ulars Inquire of Ticket Agent His inestimable approbation delating Tho Only Ono Ever rrlntod Kbep tho pores open Is essential to health Qlenns Sulphur Soap does thlo Can Yon rind Hills Ilnlr uud Whisker Dye 50 conta SWIFT SPECIFIC Drawer 3 ii Druggtats Sell It CO REVIVES l xiitH9 ENERGY RESTORES OR Waiims Atlanta Ga Normal Circulation to To Ttrs CO s4 HARTSR MEDICINE St UttU If W Â¬ mmmWmWmmHL is -- JmrnSfMSSm JKSBSaammtSm MuKSSm aEHmWmmsSmmJ0 The Dearest Spot on Earth the spot thats washed ouCm without Pear line It costs in in Â¬ DONAID KENNEDY the darkest tempest appears to It Is no broarh or logic to tho iris of peace and dissipati- Â¬ tho man with tho rum blossomeoncludo thatisvu bloomng the dark and angry storm restores Ing chump Washington Star tho wished for calm and brings hm to iKc port of safety Yoc hardly rcallzo that it is mcdlclno N Y Ledger when taking Cans Little Liver Pillsthcy are very sum no bad effects all troubles You look worried Mrs Dinwiddle f from torpid liver aro relieved by their use Ycs I feel worjucd Mrs Shingiss Mans love for Ids sweetheart Is often My husbarA Vhat is the trouble a drrtr which nearly two thirds jealousy of bouio other as been telling me about tcllow Mlhvuukco Journal ibsts nine hundred thousand dollars an Why should you worry about junco I am so afraid I shall contract hat Vmo disease for which tho doctor will Pitts prescribe that expensive drug uiirgh Chronicle Telegraph ilso in nan as Of tabmy Mass says Kennedys Medical Discovery cures Horrid Old Sores Deep Seated Ulcers of years standing Inward Tumors and 40 the ruhbing and scrubbing that wears them out mmr C quickly it takes twice the time anddoubie the labor Its expensive washing before you get through with it and the cost comes home to you no matter who does the work Pcarline saves money by saving work wear and time It hurts nothing washes and cleans everything It costs no more than common soap but it does more Its cheap to begin with but its cheapest in the end mSSl clothes - mtalons BPWJirf to door f PEARLINE which arc bcinjj peddled from door4 J06 MMI1S every disease of the skin except Thunder Humor and cancer tnat nas- uiKcn root1l Â¬ VWNUt fc - lYLll New York Edith So jour engagement to Mr Wooden is broken Kthcl Alas yes tJdith How did it happen No breath f suspicion surely ever attached to v Sold by every Druggist in the U S and Price Canada MOHEY i io lar series is now ready teaches how to make from Corticclli Florence Home Needlewoik this The 1891 edition of popu it Florence Cro chet Silk CkH dieted blippcrsS Scarfs 3 newB styles Belts sco cnEravincm mmmmmWmjmwmmsamm wS-uiJyLMfiiV msMmmmVmmWSSmSmmSMMmmVWM JHk ormWSmaMF fSc99m9wmiSKiSPKRmSXfm WWfjflt SiSaMPiwWSQlKSawStimM JknnuVtMSKdfuMWaHbnalMMnkkSl lira Ethel Oh worse than that I ihbuld not have minded the breath of luspicion but it was worse than that t was steak and onions Boston Cour er forall ex slavesM0NEY TEACHElls READ toKPnrt Tell nil NEGHO PREACHERS AND Harvest Excursion run from Cfcicapo Mihvaukeo and ther points on tho lines of tho Chicago fllwaukco St Paul Railway to points in Vcstorn Minnesota Northwestern Iowa touth and North Dakota Nebraska Kan ias Colorado Utah Wyoming mid Mon Jtna at cheap excursion rates September 0 lfcOl For further particulars apply to ho nearest coupon tiultet ugont or address eo II HiiAiuoau Qenl Pass Agt Uhi A Gcnuluo Will bo lmoney iftvt5 KOJd ordeiUorn tiiiblwn bAdKo VBticlinnii now lioolc i ontalnlnc lot tfi from NfBro lllJtopt HericrlckDouKiAIKniiliap JowmatiScniHor Cullom JudKO Tim iiiton nnd niniiy Headed Rnrrq Macreme Lace Embroidery etc 96 pages fully Illustrated Tills book will bo mailed on receipt of 6c Mention year to avoid confounding with previous editions NONOTUCK SILK CO Florence Maaa jm ertjmc this rtrmrj tuu ltMnyorCaMarllnrilnon Sasnge Indeed fhdtw t ovsrworlrcd bilitated Piercea Favorite Prescription is made for It gives her health and ico 111 All womans weaknesses strength P S It will do your heart good to seo ho magnificent crops in Soutu Dakota and all womans ailments are cured Choy aro Bimply immense by it Its a legitimate medicine K not a beverage an invigorating renot in it sorrowfully sanjr tho storative tonic and a soothing and tIm as tio buzzed on tho outside of tho osquito strengthening nervine free from aletUag Binghamton Republican It im cohol and injurious drugs Cheap Excursion Kuns via Chicago St parts tone and vigor to the whole Â¬ Â¬ run down weak nervous and de- Â¬ thats a woman that Dr A woman otliKln 1C0 impm Illustra- Â¬ ted blniik nnpoii etc fuller exnlnfitL Ills YK KIAVB HfcNStON IUM Clubn nre npw forming ev ry where nnd aro endors Â¬ exeent nnliotonttl Coiwlrn In thflr liflmlf nKWIiinrrWcnidliiidlMr imlltlioi bomedliil differ enr Buioiintu for othcrn new Mnyor npinii liook tjmt it tliO bet his toiyof tlie rnco over w i It ten gleii coiit rcafdim why tio nnvornment hhoulrt niidrnuntcriiiitilig former ihbio rlavoapen lom Wrltjo nt onco nnil tret your JioniaetCti JilpeiK kloiv reel ter No el nrue IW tliobllllweoiiii Ha ItxwiAdd m lnKVntiRlinnllllniln troduitdlti tlie Fifty iiit nakedTryitinyournexthouse Vhat folly ime rUwU snouia SfiSIBmkeeYervl hinfi so bridhhbut h needle clothes others and is itself sig -- Ezsi w laiTr -- d - ca j t k JLfcy MfrrMfEfMiJSLZBiitm w i vk v sr sv t i cleainin iifttt ifeatlv reduced ratos to principal points in Jio West Northwest Southwest and South J5 September 2Jth tickets good lor thirty Jays and covering tho greatest variety of routes KansasCityRail- Tlio Chicago St Paul my announces a Harvest Excursion at Tnul Kniihn City Ky GOLD M3DAL PARIS 1070 system all luncttonai irregularities periodical pains organic displace nients and utermc diseases its a positive remedy If it And a juurautced one give satisfaction in every doesnt case tho money paid for it is re- Â¬ No other medicine for funded is sold on these terms women Thats because nothing else is Perhaps the just as good something thats dealer will offer He means that its bet- Â¬ better ter for him lor Wl Breakfast 28L W IJAKEIt COS Cocoa For rates maps and other information attaining to this popular route call on or iddress any ticket agent u rFinsT Scribbler Hows a follow to keep ool this dreadfully hot wcathoH Second Virlbblor Write nothing but cold iucU Lots of snort baseball crrounds uid Express Vr Hayb their own way cablo cars and Express I Mall Mail wuicra an obliging salosman JIr tho guests dont put up tho hotel must shut up Puck i A positive negative a snap shot with n l CTWfns to ploaso A H2TU Oh He feels How does he feel cranky and is constantly experi- cent a cup Itlsdollilouflrioiir hIoc rtreriKtlicnUjL rAaur digested and admirably adapted lor luvallda M well as for poriuns In hcallb bolil hr flruceri crcrywliere W BAKER CO Dorohester Mass n ml M VtfAMU 1UU V mm from wlilcl tlo rxcrss of oil has bucu removed Chemicals nrorjei ircpratlor It JNo In Itn lina more than Vtrt times the strength of Cocoa Inlxcil with Btarch Arrowroot or fa u far and la therefore far moro ceo- nomlcal costing Irsi than on Js absolutely ptiro and it in soluble Yofc poo would bo to out grans with a pair of ecinnora plo do equally Billy thinga every day Modern progreos has grown up from tho hooked sicldo to tho swinging scytho and thoneo to tho lawn mower So dont uso ocissora But do you uso SAPOLIO If you dont you aro no much behind th ago as if you cut grass with a dinnor knife Onco thoro woro no soaps Then ono soap sorvod nil purposes Now tho sonsiblo folks uso ono soap in tho toilet anothor in tho tub ono soap in tho otablos and SAPOLIO for all scouring and house cleaning it -- ELYS CftEAWI BALWI 1anBnjroH Aiiiiyu rain huh juiiiininiauon tlio Huron JlcntorpH Tanto nnd Binnll and CTennKfifi the Niwall jieaia Cures mm Wmamm WSSK vHW5 Armlu into the is ChiieLltt Absorbed COc nruTststa or bj tcoil ELY UHCS Id Warren tit H Y Uvc lolicfafc onco for Comfit ilwld Noitrtltlt T NocirANOS OF CLIMATE NEEDED ITnn surest way to bo rich Is to learn to M contented Rams Horn U vTnnan should bo naught but admiration time Flower iASTHMA WE WILL SEN CuroH whoro aU oIbo Pleasant and acrooablo to the tasto Children tako it without objection Iiy clrurririBts Dcst Couch Medicine falls Jtocommandod bv Phvsioianfl Fitost p YOU TESTIMONY Â¬ jornnathletos big feat adopting r Occasionally tho wisest owl hoots at tho menting dieting himself wrong K LIVE7EAB jple wrj YOTJ M X L i 1 Atchison Globe A bonnet covered with birds docs not but it makes a man whlstlo whou tho Wh co ics in Texas Sittings ifeTiiE diamond setter is gcnornlly a man of KOd standing Yonlters Gnzotta fin Thb puddlo presents a lino field of hoppor- -- uua ior tuo lrog Washington star KT strange notions and changing the cooking the dishes the hours and manner of his eating August times a gnawing voracious insatiable appetite wholly unaccountable August unnatural and unhealthy CURE R im CUE y D R M BARTLETTS Commercial College Before mmmmmmmta Flower tho Romedy He feels at How does he feel Â¬ P HMOLD HAYES surrAior xi This Collepo Iim rtinoriwl to the lrgot bullillnr In tha city auiulitf fur educational purpoies occupying the entlrn hutldlnc above the ground floor Oldst Urcesl and chrnpfcl In llin worlrl Hend or llluitrntnl cutslogua Not 101 104 ttU JOO IV lottrth CluetHMHtt OWING TO INCREASED PATRONAGE 1 Utrl FEVER - Buylrjg tsernf of your Oimmim Beware of Imitation cr wiiits to xro von rnoora xt - AUTOGRAPH rxtVy0Tj tawU Ql her ml V IlOW M LitA WIH n i tn rrnf uniMKimlili lm U1UU lUU I atAiHnnlf lb VUUIOUUi mnn Afnlrrt lilonn WOVM him Ti a flnnncl shirt Hko a small boy Remedy jyT He feels How does ne feel jWJso Bhriuljs from washing Drao8 abnormal appeafter a spell of this J loathing to havo n tite an utter abhorrence Sii 9nollng to nn ugly man gyna4P j 1M hettor to go to bod hungry onco in to the table and a JJWlo than to pet up overy morning hoad desire to go ww in uoui itom8 uorn grumbling fault finding over-nicet- y lrI1NonT llro well deserves tho honor about what is set before him when Ti inK tuo hitest thing out Baltlmora he is there August Flower the Flower the Remedy He feels uo How does ho feel uEWIS POWDERED AND TEIUf UJUiiJ IVATKUTZltl 08 LYE Thn itriMnrtt fnt mirfhl LiVfl mnda Will moko tbo bent por 1 timed Hard Soap In 20 minutes Is tho best without bolHn u for cleansing was to pipes uU Ilia T0UK tlulit m hero iliownCcers holdlnr th X rotin 1 a rum and m oranywheroelis It win there tlahL Water Proof water In soma StlcHer coaT Ifit water HAizaru 1 BJL EQENUlNC ivikiTiHi LABL It Tliero n re pood I u tlio market that Inolt very nice tut will look nt cirtry teass We warrant RkCt and WRAVKflg BlIOtnD 8KXD AT ST S 3SMiO 0C DOEnrol fnllirtnlal li aTTck lift wJSh lint fclu 1 Â¬ Infeotlnp slnlts closets wash lug bottles paints trees oto PENNA SALT MT0 00 Gen Ats Phlla Pa for InvautorM Oultio or How to Otitiln n sttryuhtrt the Tewcrsto IMPROVED Flab Irand bo water tiuhtst every saan authorize our dtaUrs to uuikt good auy Sllkr that fulls In either point IVntrh Oh for Uie Stft WU CeiUr and ftth Uratul Trade Mirk q not la ptel or ttitk and and rir W mrHMt k IWoKvrV t THIS sp worn aAilfivlta Af LOOM Htf Urns J vfM PKtlflK rUHOIUU Mfttlll MMMtorf VJllaaMtA rreateM yaara eaMiUM h miSS Mafia C Laws traa CUriaiU WarWv fl J TO WfH Af tePi nsi H8lkaparrntMfArHli Uniit STtuf IhwIhaB ata laMfsrHly Untit nUMC Wll by wall Besdl fmlforDlLiteeiiiSItUi mnd HHUTY UAH0 is a nucer laneuaito akl a for Flowr tho Remedy tfATXIOK OTAIlltKlL - WAiJdMiltlf t wan American wnon youilrea rxu tsh rAMf MytM y jMjt him out He has ir f How do he f J2gi re me Bid the stick of tlmbr reKulur bowels and pculiar stooW u ria nerly througbU r3uivut August Flowr th Rmdy SKSTih lady anv ho Is not so bad us ho NutiouRl Weekly II 3f v 6t7R8 and detestation of food mouthful would kill him August as if a Patents Pensions tauat trtl fr til k Wra41 X X TOHICALMX 60 iUtHM k OF I1MIHAMT0H1 wnxx vntmxf nt Aruhmm Mduta tvtksf -- urn vvk WA THE WORLD -- OT t4 A WEEK STATE SUNSHINE AND SHADOW tr i Virginia and West Virglniii J J OriiioiLV County Attorney of wegroe celebrated emancipation day nf Kobinson county lmH received a telegram WkIlng announcing tho arrest of Hiley Macklin Macklin shot and CJeargtt Tiro atid Tolin Staley woro at Vernon Texas probably fatally cruahed by n cuvoln at killed Gcorgo Wcishrodt at Blue Lick Springs last July The tragedy aroused Indianapolis THK CELEIiRATEI Tom 0 Adams hanged himself at intense feeling against Macklin and the Columbus Ind because his wife attend local authorities have been searching for him over since Tho State offered a re- Â¬ ed Barniuna clrcun ward of 200 and requisition papers At Independeuceju Kieliard Edgcr have been applied for tond wife gave him carbolic acid for J In tho Powell Circuit Court at Stan whisky and ho died Including about 200 tiercs of land on which ton last week the jury in the caeo of tho is a substantial frame dwelling of 12 rooms Tho situation amonu the coal miuerR is oHcrcd Tor sale Tho spring nlona is very at Raymond W Vn is sorious Blood Commonwealth against Simpson Hush valuable mid will soon pay for the place for the murder of his wife Annie Hush J1 or terms etc npplv to ahedwlll probably follow after being out twenty two hours return HARRISON SWANUO Hazel Green Ky Juh now believed that Postmaster ed the following verdict We the jury scpliowS Aerring of St Johns 0 was murdered find tho defendant Simpson Hush guilty by some of his bitter enemies of murder in the first degree and fix his 31 Lovi in jail at Cleveland charged punishment at death The prisoner on with having stolon tho greater part of a hearing tho verdict only Hinilcd Otik FOK UYHlKlSIA IlrewH Iran Hitter riiynlclmn rc ommoiiil It All dealer Uep it 81 0 cr tattle Genuine linn mule murk hIiiI crowed roil lines on wrapper Umi errriTrrwwm2W Kr H KENTUCKY CEHTRAL HAILWAYM Sj IILUK GUAM KUUTK Kj FOR SALE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE FROM CENTRAL KENTUCKY TO ALT 1OINTS Srap Â¬ w NORTH EAST WEST AND SOUTHWEST FAST LINE BETWEEN LEXING- Â¬ TON AND CINCINNATI n SSrSaiiKMnx ik Effect May 10 South Round Cincinnati Itiris Lexington Paris Winchester Covinirtoii No 1 Dally 1811 Express Fm Le Kxtiiiu 8 I811111 No i No 5 Accoiii Daily Dally JOOpm 0 i otj pin Li b lOain vr I 11 18 12 11 f Â¬ Ar am IOiiii Louni 8 00 pin 8 08iui 10 11 00 pin 23ii 10iui 7 OOpin 12 1 1 HAZEL GREEN Kiuhinoud Livingxtou Corhiu Middlesborouuh C uiiiherland lOnu iopui 0 15 pin 7 05 pin 7 6iiiu 0 pin 4 oOpui 7 to jiui iap Le 4 5 Ar 0 oupm saw mill suicided by hanging Tennessco miners aro preparing to measure forces with tho State troops A conflict is almost sure to follow At Now Orleans Cal McCarthy do featcd Tommy Warron in tweutyono rounds for 1500 Thoy are feather Â¬ weights Tho report that Spain contemplates joinlning Russia atid Franco in their en tente against tho rest of tho world is nomi ofllcially denied ut Madrid Tho charred remains of two human beings woro found in tho ashes of u barn burned near Spankertown Ohio They aro supposed to have been burglars At CJoveland Jlichaol Karofa shot Katy llobaly because sho would not marry him and then himself Doth died Thoy wore lovers in Hungary The forty ninth annual conclave of tho grand commandery Knights Templar of Ohio has just closed at Cincinnati About 1500 visiting Knights woro pres Â¬ Â¬ who claims to repre Co of Louissent Otlinger Miller ville has been playing a high gamo at the Turner Houso in Mt Sterling where he induced Mrs Turner tho proprietor to cash a check for 00 Tho check was protested From Mt Sterling Mr Gol- Â¬ den went to Winchester where he played the same gamo on thct Kccs House for 70 Lexington Transcript In tho Clubb murder case in the Shel by Circuit Court the jury brought in a verdict of acquittal The caso of Shook Mitchell for killing William McCarthy was called and after a call of witnesses both sides announced themselves ready for trial This case was tried at tho March term the result being a hung Â¬ Fkank Golden Â¬ Â¬ Having just thoroughly overhauled the Hazel Green Mills we are now better than ever prepared to do Watrhes retailed at wholesale prices Call or write for anything in the Jcllieo Corhiu WilliainsburL 45ini r0in 20tii lUcliinond LuueaHter lt Ar JEWELRY LINE Every Â¬ Stanford NoitTII 50 pm 4 45 pm 1 KstahlNhid quarater ot a century thing fully guaranteed And we respectfully ask all wishing Corn or Wheat ground to give us u trial We guarantee satisfaction HAZEL GREEN MILL CO Otis W Snyder NO 8 NOKTII UlTKIt STItKKT JHSharp Hruce Trimble TGDenton DENTON KY LEXINGTON KY SHARP TRIMBLE MT STERLING ANNOUNCEMENTS 1801 1802 jury Tun President has received many Have now a complete line of Clothing Hats IJoots Shoes and Gents Furnishing Goods We solicit an inspection of our goods and guarantee prices satisfactory and articles as recommended Â¬ HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY Normal and Preparatory School FIUST TERM BEGINS No 0 Dailv Express Daily Ex Sun 7 00 am Le g Ktanlonl 7 50 a m Lancaster 10 15nm Ar 3 ltichinoud 8 lfuun Le Jellico 8 no am WilliatDHhure 0 Corhin Ar aui bMtiim Cuinhd OaiiLe H 0 58 am Middlenhtf rough 9 25 am Corhin 11 05 am Livingston Ar 11 1511111 Livingston I Le J 05 am 12 40 pm Richmond Ar 6 55 am 1 40 pm Winchester 7 45am 2 S3 pin Paris Lexington Le 7 00 am 2 00 pm 3 45 ptn 7 5lum 2 15 pin 4 25 pin Paris Covington Ar 10 4 am 5 40 pm 6 37 pm Ar 10 55iitn 5 50111 0 45 pm Cincinnati HOUND ftopm No 2 Daily No 4 -- kj 5 cSc let- Â¬ ent Nino thousand minora in the Pitts Â¬ burgh district have formulated a ached ulo of wages which thoy will domand If tho demand bo refused they threaten Ington ters from Kentucky Democrats recom- Â¬ mending Charles W Buck wiio was United States Minister to Peru under the Cleveland administration for tho position of Inter Stato Commerce Commis Â¬ sioner in place of Walter L Bragg deceased Â¬ to strike A joint dobato between Major Mc M jjl5 Missouri fnghls Kiniey and Gov Campbceli has been ar Â¬ ranged for Ada Ohio October 8 Camp beiriias tho opening and tho closing of the debate At Collna 0 Henry Wehrkamp quarreled with his brother Joe and atÂ¬ tempted to shoot him The bullet mis ed Joo and struck Ids mother inflicting a fatal wound Thomas Blakely a railroad brake man confined in the Evansville lnd jail for theft committed suicido by hang Â¬ ing himBoU with a blanket rope His timo was almost up Albort 1 Morehouse ox Governor died at Bloom III lust week Ho was one of the five men who originated the G A R at Decatur 111 in 1863 Ho was aged seventy seven and a native of Kentucky Ho was Captain of Company A 101st Cut John Lhjhtfoot m fe jgj Illinois during the war Thk Assistant Adjutant General has made his report on the expense incurred by the Third regiment during its recent encampment at Frankfort and stricken out 2000 of the 4000 expense on the ground of extravagance Dknnis Gliason while drunk was run over in the yards of the N N and M V railroad at Lexington and both legs cut off below tho knees from tho effects of which lie soon died yj 11JB m 2C S Ml s tt ac IA- If committed suicido by cut- throat with a pocket knife at Lexington last week was found to leak Marysvlllo Mo Ho had been suflering its gas and in consequence was shipped back to Cincinnati from nervous affection A man named Absheer of Adair Intensely hot weather has parched county had his apple brandy distillery tho woodod districts and fierce forest five barrels of the juice destroyed fires are raging in Northern Minnesotn and Tho damago will bo great As yet no by Deputy Collector Hawkins last week Nkar Louisville Georgo Weems and lives are reported lost Joe Shefiield quarreled and fought At MilwaukooWis Wm Higgins Sheffield was killed by a blow from was held in tho Crilnlnal court for mur- Â¬ der for causing tho death of Aunt Tilllo Weems fist landed back of the ear Hunter an aged negress by sotting her Thk doc show at Lexington last week clothes on fire with a lighted match in a is said to have been tho fiilest over held Ono dog from Pittsburg in America saloon was valued at 10000 Mr Thoanton and Miss Jewell who Hoo cholera Is raging at Jett In posed at Jacksonville Fla as ocean cast Â¬ aways have been identified as passen Franklin county and tho Jett corres gers on a sleeper from Now Orleans to pondent to tho Frankfort Roundabout Jacksonville on which thoy occupied fears an epidemic Kentucky minors at Jelllcodeny that tue Mine berth Heir Wermuth Germanys Worlds they contemplate releasing the convicts Fair Commissioner has solected as a sito engaged in tho Bricovillo and Coal Creek for Germanys official building a plat a Teun mines Lrroy Armstrong a desertor from little north and west of that selected by Great Uritaln and immediately north of the U S army was arrested by Deputy Sheriff Frank Hodge rs at Loxington last Mexicos location Â¬ The air ship advertised as one of the attractions at tho Charity Exposition at - p Cincinnati Ohio C P Atmokb Gen Pass Agt Traffic Mutineer General Oflices Louisville Ky MONDAY SEPTEMBER 7 1891 S F 15 Morse Asst Gen Pass Agt Office Chnniber of Commerce Building Ilatfs of Tuition per Month Cincinnati Ohio No 2 Daily to all points except Rowland Division which is daily except Sunday No 1 ARuns daily from Lexington to Cin Payable one half on entering School cinnati the other at middle of term No 2 Runs daily No 5 Runs daily from nil stations ex FREE SCHOLARSHIPS cept the Rowland Division which is daily Any scholars takii g first and second lion except Sunday ors on the completion of their courses in the No 3 Daily except Sunday Academv shall be entitled to a free scholar No 4 Daily between Cincinnati and Lex Â¬ ship each in Kentucky University A free ington scholarship in the Academy will be nuarded Nos 2 and G make connections at Winto one pupil from each of the following chester for points on the N N M V K D mountain counties viz Breathitt Clay ElNo 2 Carries through cars from Cincinliott Fiovd Harlan Johnson Knott Lee nati to Middleshnroueh unci Cumberland Leslie Letcher Lawrence Martin Magotlin Gap and all intermediate stations and runs Menelee Morgan Owsley Perry Pike Pow lily ell and Rowan provided such arrange ments have been made for the competitive IN EFFECT MAY 18th 1891 examination b the common school authorities or with their consent as shall enable THE each student of common school grades to compete for the scholarship and the appliOLD KENTUCKY ROUTE cant therefor shall bear a certificate from the examiner that he has obtained the high est ifiark attained upon the examination in his count Mississippi Valley Co Newport News S R W L MlNSON Trav Pass Agt Knott 100 150 and 200 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I tttoto44496Q94 Sc BOARDING We are arranging to build a Dormitory that will accommodate 60 boarders and wifl have it ready for occupancy by the opening of school There will not be anv more trouThe cost of ble about too high board board will be Â¬ IE D WASHINGTON PHILADELPHIA BALTIMORE NEW YORK THE SEA SHORE OLD POINT And nil Eastern Cities The Direct Line to LEXINGTON LOUISVILLE KANSAS CITY ST LOUIS CHATTANOOGA MEMPHIS And nil Points West und Northwest and South and Southwest KA8T nOUND s 2S i 2 pir Weak Everything Furnished We will be prepared to do better work next session than ever before During the summer the school will be supplied with maps charts globes etc etc on cannot find a better school in the mountains of Kentucky Our rates are low our methods of touching Normal we keep abreast with the tide of education Our pupils are our best advertisement We refer Â¬ Â¬ 4 i CLARENDON THE Cor Limeutone and Short sts W H BOSWELL PnopniETOR Lexington Kv Fast Fast Ml Accnm Express Dailv Daily Daily ex Sun ex Sun Le 0 15pm ii 7 00pm 7 35 am 8 23am 30pm 8 52am 03pm 10 40am 30pm 12 15pm 43pm 12 28pm 07pm 12 50pm you to them Hazel Green is the prettiest town in East There has been added an Annex with 20 ern Kentucky free from many of Ills of large well ventilated rooms Street Cars railway towns and those of more popula pass the door every five minutes Located tion no saloons or harbors of temptation The people welcome strangers anil influwithin two squares of depot ences for good are thrown around them All boarders will be under the supervision ECIL HOTEL of the teachers Send for catalogues etc WEST LIBERTY KY Â¬ Â¬ Lexington Winchester Mt Sterling Olive Hill Ashland Cattlettsburg Huntington WK8T HOUND u 7 9 10 10 11 5 45pm 7 10pm 7 45pm 10 00pm Ar Â¬ S W CECIL Jr Proprietor WM H CORD May 8 1891 PRINCIPAL This new hotel has just been opened for the reception of guests Faro excellent good sample rooms livery stable lu connection Hates reasonable an28 50000 White Oak trcca18 inches and up wards in diameter Timber must be in larce boundaries within six miles of the K U railroad or nearer if posslblo and easy ao oeKilble EZEL KY Huntington Cattlettsburg Ashland Olive Hill Mt Sterling Winchester Lexington 20pm G 00 am 39pm 0 25 am 1 50pm 0 37 am 3 03pm 8 20 am 4 00 uui 4 32pm 10 27 am 6 25 am 4 58pm 11 15nm 7 15am Ar 5 30pm 12 05pm 8 05 am 1 1 Le and has Vestibuled Pullman Uudet Sleepers between Louisvlllo Lexington Washington New York and Old Point Comfort This train is made part of the celebrated O route East of Huntington on the C Faht Mail Tuaink run daily except Sun day between Lexington and Huntington Make direct connections at Huntington with Rv At Ashland with CtO At with K C R SR Vnorth and Winchester south hound and at Lexington with L N L S und C N O T P Railroads Lkxinoton and Oiivk Hill Accomo dation daily except Sunday Connects nt Winchester to and from K points and at Lexington with L S R R for Louisville For full information in regard to Rate Routes etc apply to any Agent of this or lines or to Limited Ykstibulkd Expkksb runs daily Address F F V At Vlncennes Ind a stranger with two revolvers attempted to forco A A Cox the American oxpress agent to baud over tho contents of tho safe Mr Cox drew his gun and tho would be rob Â¬ ber backed out and escaped The Ocala resolutions to bo do jnaHded of Congrew by the Farmers Al- Â¬ liance were up in tho Georgia Legisla Â¬ ture last week for indorsement Al Â¬ though the Legislature is an Alliance body the resolutions were disapproved tmw w miiiy uuu hi sixiy iuree PeiltkHia are being signed all over tktt Unite4 SUttee for the pardon of Mrs Mjqrbrkk tk American ooiivicted of pubeoinf htr hWAbwid In England Her Wit wteaoi 1m ifttmy been om nultd u lift iniotuiMitt and if sW fUL It will not b tbt e v MttiMittsmpt mrr tififtfefC Ikm 141eeose sMUmMtUO KWk H eJnoM lwpeeslble to wcok cpl8w3 Â¬ F A LYON The third annual meeting of the Cen nenttyviile Ky Jit Â¬ I j tral Association of Kentucky Baptists was in session at Somerset last week Cor Tom Corhktt ex Register of tho Laud Otlice with his family will soon return to Padueah to reside John B Bowman founder of Ken- Â¬ tucky University at Lexington died at Harrodsburg last week S F Sparks has been appointed post master at Patsy Estill county vice J S Sparks resigned Tiik Lexington Stove Foundry was burned last week entailing a loe of more than 0000 A balk of lots in Louisville last week brought 22000 Malarial dlonler tut TEACHERS INSTITUTE PROCEEDINGS With h new trimming machine a modern stapler fast job press an abundance of type and superior workmen we are better pre pared to print Institute Proceedings than any omce In hastern Kentucky Please give us your orders SPENCER COOPER l Editor Herald Hazel Green Ky Â¬ w OOD DAY T WOOD 11 nvui PvtktiMitk TltiiitV MnvBvIlIe St Mt Sterling Ky Successors to Praellco in Montgomery Powell Men ffee Wolfe Breathitt Rowan Magoffin and Mor gun counties nd Superior Court nnd Court 74 E SIain Stuket OfflrtA ATTORNEYS AT UF DAY Watches Clocks Jewelry S ST11ADER J A I E Huntington Lexington O SON Co Lail O W Bakney G A V P mid G M LKXINOTON L Brown G P A Ky W 8 Hakiurox G A Ahhland Kv KY of Appeals LEXINGTON KY AMOS DAVIS WITH MunurHctttrers Wholesale Dealers in D AY HOUSE Proprietress Hazpx Grekn Mrs S The jtlstly Ky Â¬ BETTMAN BROS of Co Straieht FNE Kmfticky Whiskies c Ul often attack reel W dnt SrW of large eitiee a of the country Ayer Agf Ottre U warnuttexl a safe nd osrtaio apotlfte B oYfiinrrftTi W W tyiMs Brmdits Prl trt CitHrtaniiti Q Ky- J UdquHM at Wttf LiUrty - celebrnted steel Dens Ajnt for Old Push 014 Pepper Old are wild at this office at 10 cents a doei Tirmml Old Taylor iul the pfiicil 1h town at 6o apine- - OLD WHISKY A SPECIALTY CIGARS AND TOBACCO reluriiishedand the table is at all times sup plied with the best in the market Rates reasonable Sample room attached mid spe- Â¬ cial rates to commercial men Patronage is H01y respectfully solicited LOU DAY This house has been recently refitted and j J PerrviHti bt i j