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JE vtV V ikOiiWI t i - tfn - V - new JIXAZdliuLj fy SPENCER COOPER Owner and Editor Green JOVER Vu i Of a Noisy World With Nows From All Nations LnmbVing JlLE ItAjL JD at His Back f 100 A YEAR Always In Arfvuno SEVENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 9 THE WORLD IN A WEEK Tho Democrats of Massachusetts have renominated Governor Russell Penningtons air ship was blown away during a gale at St Louis and can not bo found The sottlere in Caliapct ValleNorthern Idaho are alarmed over tho menacing attitude of tho Indians It is reported in Chicago that tho French government has recently been picking up a great quantity of wheat Charles Hill colored serving throe years from North Carolina for robbing tho United States mail died in tho Columbus O penitentiary hospital Henrietta Murrcll n colored wo Â¬ man was hanged in tho Charlotte coun- Â¬ ty Va jail last week having been con- Â¬ victed of tho murder of two children At Pittsburgh Pa the jury in tho case of Patrick Fitzpatrick charged with the murder of Samuel Early returned a verdict of guilty of murder in the first degree Near Shakervilie Ind Ed Dowble a worthless young brute who abused his mother was given a severe whipping by white caps and promised more if he did not reform To cnablo tho voters to thoroughly understand tho Australian system of ballot now the law in Ohio the Cincin- Â¬ nati Enquirer erected booths and had n voting school last week It proved a great success A boyish escapade Has brought on Thomas Pclham Curtis son of Colonel Curtis of the Judge Advocates depart- Â¬ ment of the army dishonorable dismis sal from the Military academy at West Point where he held a cadetship The Director of tho Mint lias infor mation that largo deposits of foreign gold are being received at the United States assay office at New York amount-Â¬ ing in one day to 050000 of which 200000 were in French gold coin 210 000 English sovereigns 15000 Spanish gold coins and 200000 in French gold Â¬ Â¬ 1891 NUMBER 29 WE DO THE ANNIHILATION -- If o F JtrJICJESi GREAT STOCK TAKING SALE OF o OF o- - rc fA A WC CLOTHING BUSINESS 1 It L T A W IN OENTRAL KENTUCKY You can mako your faro and at least SO tier cent besides to come to Lexington and buy your Clothing A V CLOTHING touis gus STBAUS nm I i J r SUITS AND OVERCOATS for Men and Boys from us Besides this wo offer you tiio largest stock to select from jv ftMMMT JPV JWC4i HITWCUTMI1J that you can bco nnywhero If you cant come write and 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 it suit madd to order and cant come let us know and woll send vou samples and measuring blank with di Â¬ rections to take your measure and well astonish you how cheap wo can make your clothes to order for you Wk 8EIl wholesale and ketail PRICE CUT READ OUR PRICES Our 750 Suit worth Our IN TWO ONE PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE M KAUFMAN 64 East Main Street READ OUR PRICES READ OUR PRICES 15 Our 10 Suit worth 20 15 Suit worth 30 Our 20 Suit worth 40 Our 1 Undershirt marked down to 50 Cents Our 1 Drawers marked down to 50 Cents Our 2 Undershirt marked down to 1 Our 2 Drawers marked down to 1 CO c SESE5ESE3K2ZSC23 CiCS-SrKSEriSSfcSS- nMWtipS wholksalk and ketail dealers in yft LEXINGTON KY BOYS DEPARTMENT All goods marked in Plain Figures We will cut them in Half which means 50 cents on the Dollar ART PAPER -- IANGING AND Good Summer Coats at 20 Cents - INTERIOR DECORATIONS Fourth Street CINCINNATI No 32 West Mens Seersucker Coats 50 Cents Worth 100 an MpThis is you opportunity once in a lifetime Re Wtr member have the best assortment in Kentucky to select from W II MEARA President 0 G MITCHELL Secretary 0 I fees JJAlJZiAijtxfistAjFifJfo PwTprwVwOHfcBQjeWpie bars Louis ir- - Gus Straus Span Ladies Delightful Home Six Departments MUSIC If parents who have children subject to croup would take the advice of Rose Swango they would never be without a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy in the house It will not only cure croup but will prevent it if used as soon as the first symptoms appear which can always be done if the Remedy is kept at Leading Clothiers of Lexington Ky II ttmtate Location CLASSICS SCIENTIFIC llj Central ART COMMERCIAL at hand STVTE SUNSHINE AND SHADOW The undeniiirncri takes nlensure in hnnnuiicinir that tlicv havo lust completed ar rangements with the American Hook Company that will enable him to sell the attWtbl books adopted uv tho State Hoard of Educat on at the following reduced rates 15 McUulieyH small 1rliner AA Hays Nnvr First Arithmetic Kevlscd Primer Hccond Arithmetic 8M 17 60 Eclectio 8neller Third Arithmetic CO 17 Key to name First Render 0 Second Header 85 High Arithmetic 42 Kcv toHtne 75 Third Reader M 60 McGufTcya lit Eclectio Geography Fourth Render 65 1 10 75 2d Eclectic Genfrranhr Fifth Reader 1 30 3d Eclectic Gcosranhv 85 Sixth The above school hook publications of tho American Hook Comnanv are well known standards nud we shall at all times have a full supply on hand for sale to school officers teachers or pupils at the prices named Other Koliool hooks published by the American nook company 137 walnut street Llncinniui supplied at correspondingly low prices J T DAY CO Hatof Green Ky GIEAEER SGMOOI BOOKS Superior Facilities for the Higher Education of Young First class in all appointments ENGLISH Catlettsburg waterworks will bo fin- Â¬ ished it is expected by November 1 Four Somerset families have 69 chil- Â¬ dren between them all of whom aro re- Â¬ lated Henderson is soliciting opera house G0000 in Seeing is Believing must be simple when it is not simple it is not good Simple JBcautifuL 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 LC of old it is indeed a wonderful lamp for its mar- Â¬ velous light is purer and brighter than gas licht softer than electric light and more cheerful than cither Look for llilMstnnip Tub KocnnsTitM If the lamp dealer hasnt the Kocliehtcrniiil the ntylc you -- And a good lamp New Buildings and Furniture S W for catalogue jc203m Terms Reasonable PEARCY President Send subscriptions with which to build an Arthur C Ramsey of Jefferson county while hunting squirrels fatally shot himself Tho completion of tho first century of our hintory as a Stato will be celebrat ed Juno 1 1892 Louisville has a school of cookery which inntructs in all the branches of tho culinary art Tom Coleman a Georgetown negro was sent to tho workhouse for six months for stealing a keg of beer Smithland schools have abandoned corporal punishment and recommed tho expulsion of refractory pupils Rev 0 H Patterson of Greenup county was found guilty of obtaining money under false pretenses and expelled from church King Bird a negro convict in tho Frankfort penitentiary deliberately am- Â¬ putated his arm in order that ho might escape hard work James Burton John Burton Phil Martin and William King havo been ar Â¬ rested at Marlon for detaining two young girls in a school house all night Will Leach Sr killed last week a crane that measured six fet from tip to WINCHESTER KY B 11 JWITCH1EJLJL - knml we will semi you n Inmp safely tiy express I varieties from the Mtgnt mm Store in the World want send to us for our new Illustrated etitalof m your choke of oVcr SIOUV jrilie DEALER IN - KOCIIBSTEK LAMP CO 42 Hardware Queensware TinwarelAgricultural Implements Hall Mitchell Cos Steel Hill bide Plows Improved Malta Double Shovel Plows Oliver Chill and South Bend Plow Repairs Stoddards New Climax and Tiger Evans 2 horse Corn Planters Tho In Vuloan Chilled Plows best made F Avery Sons Steel Plows Evans Triple Harrows Whiteleyb Solid Steel Binders and Mowers Columbia Tiger and Granger Sulky The Rochester Prk Place New Yerk Clljr Cooks Patent Evaporators Havens Pioneer Cane Mills Fish Bros Celebrated Wagons Jones U S Standard 6 Ton Wagon Hay Rakes JIZIT CRAYERT HAZEL GREEN KY UNDERTAKER AMU DKALKR1N Scales price G0 with a written guar- Â¬ antee for 5 yea re Kentucky stock of Cook ami Heating Stoves of any house in Eastern Cutlery Shear St Hardware a Specialty East side S Maysville Street MT STERLING KY and Builders MHa COFFINS CASKETS AniTrlnfHrfAIKW sul am prepared to furnish on short notice aad at low prtee COFFINS OP AU KINDS AND SIZK8 from the cheapest to the very finest I mh rMrakh efMiM ttUmr than you can buy the trimmings Trice of Coffins from VI up I have a Hae Mm M will deliver co1hs cheap 1 A Model Restaurant K V h mmm ouooi won 12 to weit LEXINGTON It wmm KY and SEATING CAPACITY 100 in Almost Every Feature FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS RBFAlklD t nNmrttTTIM l Htinngvmvni i mm iSl 10 MJiTUWJ Jk7l Viiuuuuti from uro shum inniUdrLta isoim iwsswssss or auv Irluil at ml a djtATJQI i -- I T l 1 fimkMHjt mi 4Ua very fewest prlees Very respeetrully Ae Jt W v Fresh Oyster at all seasons Mobile Counts Meal to order Count Blue Points Saddle Ilockj New York at all Lours Dellcacie of State 4T The most complete and modern kitchen In Miller Improved the iaest n the world wl teehweHU two Ikdp broilers and hot and oold water aad M the eaiy jythiH Vro a half a beef to a tWbit of sweetbread REGULAR MEALS 26 CENTS the X Up of his wings and five fet two inches to Um Georgetown Enter Â¬ Seat actions b from bill fLL x teaming at-- prise v W0 JVftke kladla j Or tm STSSfrty wtfttiL d gr theWTta XUIGrART Prppinetor GUS - in ail ween mil feelV iS m w 1 at it UkmM SfffiTttTtL AT MMilHt Til MTAIT facatwi A ITIATTMI MMMH 8K1JB HVH WWI a n VifPW 4 fa f Hazel Green Herald M- A W l - TSKOXlt OOOPXK fiWItW KY w If A r y VAZSL QEIICN JIM j FTtr vJ V u Jin kM a future 1 front of him llMtVa what they ascd to iay of E SM IV With wisest taea be used to mix Awl talk ef law and politics And everybody said of Jim l lie has a future front of him Wfcefl Jim was twenty years of age All costumed ready for lifes stage Be had a perfect mans physique Aad knew philosophy and Greek Hed delved In every misty tome Of old Arabia and Homo And everybody said of Jim He has a future front of him When Jim was thirty years of Bge Hed made a world wldo pilgrimage Hed walked and studied noath the trees Of German universities And visited and pondorcd on The sites ef Thobes and Uabylon And everybody said of Jim He has a futuro front of him The heir to nil earths horitage Was Jim at forty years of ago The loro of all tho years was Bliut And foausod in his occiput And pcoplo thought so muoli ho knew What wondrous things our Jim will dot Thoy moro than ever said of Jim Ho hUB a futuro front of him At fifty years though Jim was changed Ho had his knowlodgo well nrrangod Alltabulatod nystomlzod And adequately synthesltod IIIs head was bo well filled within Ho thought Im ready to begin And everybody said of Jim Ho has a futuro front of him At flUty no moro need bo suld sixty years poor Jim wus dead t At Tho preacher said that such as hu Would Bhlno to all eternity In other words beyond tho blue Tlioro was great work for Jim to do And oer his bier ho said of Jim He has a futuro front of htm Tho great decdn wo nro going to do Bhlno gulnst tho vustnens of tho bluo Llko sunsot clouds of lurid light Against tho buclcground cf tho night And so wo climb tho omllosa slope Far up tho crownloss heights of hope And oach ono mukcH himself a Jim And roars a futuro front of him 9 W Foss In Yankee Dlade whea young Fralagled with Jim was only tea Sd the wisest men Jim dittlcult to say frood byo said Brown especially whon oho wishes to say any thing pise 1 forgot ovorythip last ovoning I wanted to loavo some words behind for her to romembcr llut if sho romombors any thing I said sho has tho advantage of mo I was too much disturbed in mind to know what I was saying If thoro is any mossago I could de Â¬ liver Nothing of mo but horo aro somo memoranda In a casn which interests Miss Kays charity I forgot thorn last night but sho will want them as soon possible Tako them to hor this ovor ing My dear boy said Russell thoro Is ono difficulty in tho way I havent a dress suit I You dont nocd ono for this call assuro you that you will bo received as simply as if it woro tho homo of awoll-to-d- o man in a Now England village Hut I should much prefor to go in ovoning dress Perhaps 1 would hotter wait a fow days and Nonsense old man What ridiculous notion is this Howovor tho difficulty 1b easily ovorcomo Tako mine It is packed away with somo other traps I I did not think it would loavo behind bo essonttal to my social standing in Zu luland Youro wolcomo to It Hut groat heavons man shell reo 1 It Not at all Ono dress suit looks just llko anothor and wo nro as nearly allko in flguro as two men over wore Hut wo aro oil Good byo If I can sond you any address writo to mo I will rldo a hundred miles through tho desert to got a word from you Standing on tho pier Russell bo thought him of tho old superstition that it Is unlucky to watch a person out o Ho reflected that tho saying is sight especially truo when tho watcher has a great deal of business on hand and vory llttlo tlmo for it That was his own caso oxnotly so ho waved an adieu to his filond and hastened up the pier It will bo usoloss to defend Itussoll from tho readers suspicion that ho had If not dealt frankly with his friond Yes 1 shall bo pleased to ho had said tnuko Miss Ruyh acquaintance but I shall bo forty times moro delighted to ho tnuko her fathers acquaintance would havo given a much moro correct impression of his thoughts lie had a confused idea that money must sur- Â¬ round a millionaire even as tho vapor of mattor surrounds tho nucleus of a nobula It was possible that tho outer- Â¬ most edges of this golden mist would bo somowhat attenuated but ho boliovcd that it would harden into dollars eventu- Â¬ To do him justice It must bo said that Miss Ray personally did not flguro in his vaguo plans Ho would havo jumped off tho pier sooner than havo entor talned tho thought of winning her af Â¬ fections or oven hor good will for such IIo did not expect to see hor a purpose often nor did ho think that their ac Â¬ quaintance In itsolf would bo a sourco of plensuro to either Tho meeting of two peoplo who havo heard each others praises from a mutual friend is usually enough to estrange tho whole three Rut tho alFulr interested him and Monotony is tho raised his spirts father of bluo dovlls but novelty bo gots hope Russell was in a cheerful and a smiling humor and ho woro tho mask of prosperity Perhaps this was tho reuson why ho had no difficulty in obtaining a loan of llvo dollars from an auquaintanco for tho right hand of assistance is always outstretched to those who aro not in need Ho resorved a portion of this sum for tho payment of tho small debts contracted on tho pro vious day and oponded a little in tho purchase of somo visiting curds which ho was fortunato enough to got engraved that same afternoon Then ho oxhumod Hrowns dross suit Tho idoa of wearing anothor mans olothes was not pleasantjospeolally when it was complicated with tho fear that thoy might bo recognized hut tho thought of tholr usefulness triumphed and ho took them homo Tho suit fitted ognlzo it ally seclusion of his apartmonts ho had scanned that dress suit with microscopic minuteness In tho search for any dis- Â¬ tinguishing mark IIo had not found ono Tho garments woro of tho most Nobody could conventional pattern protond to recognize them and yot tho llrst incident of his call had sorved to dlsqulot him in this mattor Ho had boon ushered into tho parlor while his card was being borno aloft IIo stood a moment by tho mantol with his hack towards tho door by which ho had entered Why Walter said a voloo bohlnd Oh it is Mr Russoll him I thought after all Indeed I am glad to sco you and sho gave him hor hand For a momontl mistook you for Mr Brown although your card was in my hand Your llguro is romarkably llko his and in ovoning dress you know On a shade moro provocation Russell would havo fled up tho chimney behind him and though ho managed to avoid any demonstrations of uneasiness his tonguo rofuscd Its office Tho subject which sho had introduced was not ono which ho oared to pursue IIo took the seat which was favored with tho least Illumination and gathered his wits as best ho could Then tho thought of what llrown must havo said of him camo to aid in his confusion Doubtless ho had been described as a spring of wis- Â¬ Of dom and a fountain of oxprcssion courso sho was sitting there waiting for htm to say something instruotivo Nothing but hoxamotor verso would do for tho medium of such a bolngs conver- Â¬ sation Would alio want all tho secrets of tho univorso to bo rovoalcd In ono ovenlng or would a sumplo answer to And in tho meantime ho begin with could think of nothing but tho weather llrown dear old follow ho began but ho could think of nothing to say about llrown except that ho wished ho had takon his dress suit with him to tho head waters of tho Congo Yes indeed said Miss Ray ho is a very good follow indeed and exceed- Â¬ ingly handsome It will not make him vain to say so for tho remark will bo forgotton beforo ho gots back Most men would feel complimented at being mistaken for him Ho has the flguro of an athlete To bo sure said Russoll hastily llrown is six Indies tailor than I am and nearly a foot broader across tho shoulders Is it posslblo and Miss Ray opened Now do you her bluo oyos vory wido know I would havo said you could havo worn each others clothes Shos making fun of me thought Russoll What in tho namo of annihila- Â¬ tion can I do You saw him just beforo ho sailed lunched togothor and knew what Rus Â¬ sell had caton and how much it oost It was a good doal moro than you needed young man said ho bet perÂ¬ haps you know what you woro about Russoll ventured to hopo that ho did A reputation for wealth is a good A young man gots thing said Ray it by spending muoh moro than ho can afford and an old man by spondlng less Every tlmo somo of thoso follows down thoro soo mo eating apple pio for lunch thoy add half a million to tholr estimate o7 what Im worth but it wouldnt havo dono thirty years ago whon I was mak- Â¬ ing my start By tho way como down to lunch with mo to morrow Ill agroo to foed you on something better than plo and milk Russoll accepted tho invitation and ontored Rays offloo with aa oxact re Â¬ gard for tho specified hour worthy of Monto Chrlstd They lunched in a stylo of glided magnificence and afterwards M ICOPYRtdlT SSI -- 40s i C3 A medicino that doesnt simply palliate for a how lonr standincr time uui prouu8 puricu raauent cures unu per A rinaina nni ia tho cars headache deafness ever obstruction of nose chV weak charges falling into throat somo times profile watery and acrid at nthnra thick tenacious bloodv nnd putrid offensive breath smell and 1 tasto impaired ana general debility j iNOb au oi mcu bympiuuis no once rrobably only a iew ot tuem Thats Catarrh A medicino that bv its mil1 soothing cleansing and healing J oureu fjropenies ims that wiu iuu nope One will euro you how bad your case or of no matter PUMIXG STICKS A cash payment of 500 not by you as you might expect but to you if you cant bo cured Its an offer thats mado in good faith to nrovo their medicine bv responsiblemen Thats Dr Sages Catarrh Kemedy - returned to Rays office togothor Horo Russoll sat down by request and Ray drew a chair in front of him Young man said ho with painful Russoll this question was not wholly a surprise though ho had not had timo to fully prepare for it His reply however was founded upon cortain information whioh ho had obtained by judicious inquiry concerning tho peculiarities of tho man beforo him I am ongaged in tho dovolopment of an invention said ho Your own No sir by a careful study of history I havo discovered that there is a great deal moro money in not being tho in- Â¬ ventor Moreover a man is alway prejudiced in regard to his own invon tion and thoreforo blinded to tho ne- Â¬ cessities df its development IIo can not criticize calmly nor can ho describe tho merits of tho idea with convincing coolnoss Youro dead right said Ray im- Â¬ To tho proprietors of Dr Sages Kemedy Thats the kind of medicine to try Doesnt it seem so directness whats your business Â¬ yrap tM JlOcIH w Cffl i CHAPTER IV m WKm- - Costinoku If sho had known your object Klio L nn Russell hosltu d but sho would havo wished to soo you nil tho HAmo Sho always ngrnes with mo Im afraid bIjo does with ovorybody It Is tho fault of hor training I oxpcot howovor Unit hIio will dliTor with you on many questions nnd that in ono of thorousoiH why your company will bo I blush to say intellectually vnluahlo it In this connection but I can not lmnrrlno any thing1 moro wrotohod than to marry a woman whoso viown woro al Â¬ ways shaped tiftor my own Theorotloally it would bo oxcocd- iVigly monotonotis said Tlussoll but in rpal llfo It novor oooura Hofar as I hayo boon abio to observe But to ro- turn to tho subject I thank you again ihr wlnhinp to put this good influonco into my life and for tho faith In mo viloh it implies If I am fortunate Conough to win Miss Hays friendship I Httall1 value it aouuiy and two years 4 honco I will rffuder an account m m V t in ivuaJLIlUy HUlUHlU UWIIIIU in auuuuu Bolls thoughts wandorod oonftiHodly ovpr tho affairs of tho day tho sorlos of potty loans and tho strango trust which had just boon roposed in him llrown rose to go Ho thought fc4 4You will call then to morrow hu him llko his opldermls not possibly with prido that It could Bald What Is this papor An I O U Why old man you owo mo noth Â¬ havo looked so woll on llrown Thoro is somobody in tho world whom every ing coat Its hotter than tho man for whom lTruo said Russoll UV sorlbhlod it it was mndo Jn fact all earthly things offwithout thinklngwhatl was doing but our tomptatlons nro misfits r It was a son of Erin who said that a CHAPTER V certain affair did not turn out as ho ex Â¬ AIJCK HAY pected and ho novor thought it would Wo wore speaking of Miss Kay This luminous romark admirably de Â¬ Baidllrown If I romombor rightly wo woro ro scribes Russells Impressions of Miss Ray Our conversation this aftora half hours conversation Hrowns pllod Itussoll nloning has boon wholly of uur uuu words had mado a ploturo of hor In his V vJhonSva woront talking y ou woro mind and yot ho had known that It was t thinking Of hor Im afraid that your not a likeness In tho first placo ho fouud hor much prottlor than ho had ex heart is sorloiisly niTcotcd pcotcd Sovon hundred and thirty days Physical bonuty was to him a moro what an ald Brown with a groan oonBldorablo matter than to llrown and etttfaityl Hb aoven hundred days luncor than his proforonco as to typos was strongly in favor of tho blondo Mls3 Ray had tho usual BQntonco for first oironsos Mid Russell but then its a serious an abundanco of wavy light hair and ono might almost say an abundanco of thing to Btoal a maidous hoart I woro only suro I nad tho plunder bluo oyos too for they woro vory largo If No old man its tho othor way about and sho had a habit of oponing them Kho hna stolen my hoart and I pay tho llko an astonished child Doubtless thought Russell ibis is what has given enttity j niiaaell was bidding his friend good- - llrown tho Improsslon that she doesnt lij Thoy stood on tho quarter dock ot know much Then sho had none of tho Ulr ship moored to an East rlvor ptor modem artifices to conceal a scant Tho well informed Itoowit had decided to let the winds waft onllghlonmont woman nowadays is bIio who can1 skill- Â¬ lib to Afriea M he had plenty of time t A tatff aallinf voyage in tfceee days is fully conftno tho conversation to that subjost which U1aUal experieaoe and wrth tak- - portion pf tho avoid all the jmo under Â¬ vest of it stands and lat isf thai reason Two UMIe taKS aa4 aleedy aeleeA tae Vhe Mlse Kay waa lMtelleeteally lost way ftlslt islirWmiiy to vUte her oat she frankly asked theaha waa Jler fault told Uf in believlRfr What kwel had Wert the vtetta of a llrownsnld mltfhtnot havo boon llnttoroil pressively I shall not howover interest myself in an invention of whoso merits I was incompotont to judge continued Russoll In this caso tho subject is famil Â¬ iar to me I mado a special study of electricity in college and havOj read overy thing Fcoijld got hold of since yy I therdfore investigate as an export whon that great and mysterious force is In- Â¬ 7 UB THIKI TO UK IXSTItUCTIVB J C Davis Rector of St James Episcopal Church Eufaula Ala My sou has been badly afflicted with a fearful and threatening cough for several months and after trying several prescriptions from physicians which failed to relieve him he has been perfectly restored by the use of two bottles of Bo An Episcopal schees German Syrup I can recom mend it without Rector Chronic hesitation severe deep seated coughs like this are as severe tests as a remedy can be subjected to It is for these long-Â¬ standing cases that Boschees German Syrup is made a specialty Many others afflicted as this lad was wMl do well to nidke a note of this Â¬ Â¬ did you not spirits soll sho said Was ho in good it Ho seemed resigned replied Rus- Â¬ As to tho work which takes him thoro ho is hopeful but lib is not tho man to leave his friends without regrot Has ho many horo Not manj but somo whom ho holds vory dear I am reminded that ho gavo mo a card for you I hollevo It bears some memoranda of trcasuro you will lay up in Hoaven where llrown tolls mo you havo alroady much invested Sho glanced at tho card Ho Is too kind My sho said charities aro small and yot within a milo of my homo ono may find overy kind of distress which Gods mercy por- - -- ft you was equal to four volumes of tho Encyclopedia Rrlttanloa Now I dont Rko peoplo to bo Instructive That Is ono of Walters faults llut you why youvo entertained mo with tho most delightful nonsonso that over was in tho wold and I fool greatly tho bettor for it You must como again vory soon whon my mother Is ablo to soo you and whon my father hasnt adlreotors moot ing on hand Â¬ This oponed tho way to a moro gono ral conversation far from ombarrassing topics Russell was soon at his oaso and talking as ho thought In a highly edifying mannor If intellectual dovol opmont was what Miss Ray needed sho would not fail to get it Wo shall bo good friends sho said as ho roso to go I must confoss that Walter had prejudiced mo against you Ho was forover tolling mo of your at- Â¬ tainments and saying that an hour with is Guaranteed tAbiolutely Water work him was he U I suppose youro looking for a mill- Â¬ ionaire to go into it with you trprnl WO I M No sir I am not ropllod Russeil Stickers havt A millionaire a man whoso firmly bejidhFihBrind Qj S3 L TWDLMmoruwyCoai fortuno is made is not tho right sort of SV a person for this atfalr Tho money needed Is not grcat mm but 1 want with It a man of onorgyand determina- Â¬ WatCll Pull tion It should profor a young man with Scl lx tho futuro all beforo him who would A J TOWER MFR COSTON MASS ttt- work sldo by sldo with mo and sharo all ray hopes to tho full So you lliinlc thai nobody but a 100000 wltocMCatcitiry to tho virtue ot young man can put a thing liko that nrTuttalMUa IVheraverCltllU nad Fever ltllloua Illnenici or Ilvcr Affections pre vnll they have provcit n ureut bleating Header n liiulo trial will convince you that this la no cutch peuny taeUIclue Twen Â¬ ty yenra teat hut established their merit all over the world to any investment Of courso capital will bo necessary to put tho Invention of which I speak upon tho market Russoll said Thoro was a shrewd twinkle in Rays eye So this young fellow was trying volved It is a groat thing said Ray wero J F Arnold Montevideo Minn only beginning to find out what it can writes I alwavs use German Svrun do for a Cold on the Luuks I have That this was a hobby of Rays was tirtTfrkt fMiti1 If Civ 1rcC nnnnl ono thing which Russoll had learned a superior Ho also know that tho millionaires con fidonco in olectriclty was of recent G G GREEN Sole ManfrWoodburyXJ birth and had not yot been backed by - V I 4- Tower OWt o Mil irrjproved tdR- - I o 74s Arofe 5oftWooei7 fy Collar Many Witnesses lu and And then the beat remedy 1 ever tried Up to that time every thlnu I ate dla uicrccd m Ith mi I can now dlueat any kind ot foods nevor have u headache and hav ft nlucd fifteen pounds of solid flesh XV V SClltLTZE Columbia 8 C Gains Fifteen Pounds I havo been ml lVpcp Villa ntrTut ts for Tutts Liver Pills CIVE STRENGTH AND HARD MUSCLE Our System the Best SBVRLOIMXO AX INVBXTIOX e want reliable women in every town to ell KOO worth of Teas Sdicm Hakinif PnwiUr ItacU and Perfume for us n J get a Set Of Silver Knives V T Wt PAY THE FREIGHT CHArTEH VI INTKIIKSTINO A CAPITALIST J 4B 3BLa A1 i raF Lu A1 ww t i w A5V ittrT VHflsY W W T6Lfr ai eMeenbeJrremeAtaifHrt 1 1eat Tho noxt tlmo Russoll called nttho hnuso of Gilbert Ray ho had tho ploas uro of making that gentlomans ac Â¬ quaintance Ho found tho millionaire a bluff hearty old follow whoso real donco In tho metropolis during tho past thirty yoars had inado vory llttlo change in him As a boy ho had traded horses uitd hnd made somo enemies and a good deal of money His father hud taken the money and left him the onemlos Theee facte la hie early history he re Â¬ lated Ve Rwaaell with considerable ap safcUfaellMi lie roMembwred Mae tiate whew they had aeehteaUlly an the market moro onorgy thtvn yim young ones J Thoro aro undoubtedly instances of that kind said Russoll and yot I must ndhoro to my original opinion X am not In a hurry to find the proper man to join with me In this undertak Â¬ ing I havo funds sufficient for my sup Â¬ port adding in tho seclusion of his own soul till day aftor to morrow You wake a ralstax in waiting aid Ray Push her through get her through do you Woll youro mis- Â¬ taken Somo of us old follows havo and Forks free or 510 0 wJbwjCXaj lli nd get a Set of China JJlsllCS free or a rath mm Ut mission of 40 per cent will be given No money required until you deliver goods nnd your premium Addrrss receive i Jk I trL rvrTjjous cm-ix-uT- o Elys Cream Balm Is worth se to nr tyi Wmm w CM metering from to mk Mmnnw1 CATARRH srWKSr55S SA -- t suu ulo ootter they liked And so misfortunes of tho world and wo ought to bo anxious it say Father where that all tho uAt 4 oclock this afternoon I who said somo ono wouldmid he would answer shnll put uro you going people should come Go out into in end to my own In Historical Mesopotamia Dr Tal tho highways and oxlstcncc Mean I dont exactly know whero I am go tho hedges nnd while I must toll on up to that ttmo OAMFTON JCY jnago Finds Hia Tost ing Alwnyv looking for something compel them to como in Go to for tho sustenance of my family And Though ho was u tender hearted mun tho rich and toll them thoy aro in ho S S COMB TMOTMWf wroto on his book until tho enot I never saw him cry lutouce nnd that V Anil HI Pointed Itcnmrk Thereon Voice dlgcnt without the Gospol or Jesus struck four when ho folded up his man- Â¬ The patroRfure ef tke Wardta Ufc If was nt tho huriuUof my mother Go to tho poor and tell them tho afllu- tho Crying of a Thlroty World ami uscript nnd by his own hand conclud Â¬ sixty years living together it wasAfter rMeetfully aeliolted Tatrie the enco mere is In Christ Go to tho blind hard Ttry attaatiea fer the eetafert ef fitee- Dr Tnlmnjjo prcnehod on Sunday at ed hisonrthly lifo to part und tell Elmira N Y The text was Genesis cternul them of tho touch thut gives There uro men nero who aro perfect Â¬ And there nro aged people to day RED KELLAM illumination Go to tho lame ly discontented And thoy said we can not xxLvi 8 Unhappy iu tho past who uro fooling just such a pang as WITK till tho flocks bo gathered to- Â¬ and tell them of tho joy thut will mako unhnppy to day to bo nuhuppy forever until Â¬ i want to and till toy roll tho stone from a lame man leap liko a hart Gather unless yon como to this Gospel well that enchnntmenttellinthem thero is per gether fect tho promises of nil tho sheep olT of nil tho mountains This the wells mouth then wc water tho sutlslies the soul with a high this Gospel und I como to them and I Aiuno so torn or the dogs none so sick uccp sheep them my nrm or I tako their arm worlcd nono h0 WnB as to b factionnii nusorutng und etcrnnl Mills- offer 1 Thero arc some reasons why It Is ap- Â¬ It comes and it offers tho and bring them to this Gospel well mitt H propriate that I Hhould accept tho invi- Â¬ trust unfortunate man so much of this Sit down father or mother sit down aplSly PORTSMOUTH O When tho tation to preach nt this great inter stato whole laud is fall elections como tho world as is best for him nnd throws Sco if thero is anything nt tho well 25 PER WEEK SALARY fair and to theso throngs of country- - a man is too svourcd for voters and if ull Hcnvcn into tho burgain Tho for you Como David the Psalmist jnen una ciiiKons norscmen just come me polls a weak or sick to walk to wealth of Crcosus nnd of ull tho Roths havo you anything encouraging to offer Wanted Good Agent to skll ovb enrringo Genkral N from their lino chargers tho king of when the question is sent for him but ehllds Is only u poor miserable shilling them Yos says tho Psalmist They PEDDLING link or mkrokandibk whether Christ or compared with tho eternal ABOVK SALARY WILL BM for I talco tho crown from tho tho devil beasts fortunes shall still bring forth fruit in their old shall FOK FUR Â¬ lion and put it on tho brow of the horse there aro to rulo this world how few that Christ oilers you to day In tho ngc they shall bo fat and flourishing PAID TO LIVE ACJRNTS como out and seek tho fur cast thero THER INFORMATION ADDKKM which is in every way nobler and speak sick und was a kinir who used to show that tho Lord is upright Ho is the 8UPPLY CO to theso shepherds just come from their and the bereft lost and tho suffering onco a your to get on u scales whilo on my rock und there Is no unrighteous- Â¬ CHICAGO GENERAL Obioaqo 178 W Van Dure St and tho lame and in- the other side of tho senlcs wero III tho Lord Himself in ono place duce flocks placed ness in me Como Isulnh huvo you their suffrages for the Lord Jesus gold and silver a bliephcru and In another placo Why not gather gems indccdcnough uny thing to suy out of your prophcclos and called u grcut flock All Amer wero placed MATLOOK called a Lamb and all tho good are ica thero to balunco the king for these ngod people Yes snys HENRY u flock nil tho world in u ilock in wrrn then at tho close of the weighing all Isaiah sheep and preach to you cattle men This well of Down to old ngo I nm with tho Gospel is deep enough to thoso treasures wero thrown among tho thec und to hoary hairs will I carry come up from tho herds your occupa- put out the burning thirst of tho 1400- - populace tion honored by tho fact that God Him- Â¬ 000000 of the MCMILLAN HAZEN thee GO ruce self thinks it worthy of immortal record church by u spirit of Do not let tho Hut Christ to duy stops on ono sido Well if tho Lord is going to carry exclusivcncss keep tho scales and on tho that Ho owns tho cattle on a thousand tho world out other sido all tho you you ought not to worry much WHOLESALE lillJs It is appropriate that I come Ho Let down ull the burs swing open nil treasures of tho- universe and ii says about your falling eyesight and falling 11 -All wu i because I was a farmers boy and the gutcs scatter ull tho invitations all length juuii iui IICIXIII Ull iicpiu limbs i ou irot a littlo worried for fear never nw a city until r was nearly all breadth nil eternity all somo tlmo you will como to wuut do Whosoever will lot him come Come grown and having been born in tho white nnd aro yours We dont appreciate tho you f Your children und grandchildren black Come red men of the promises country I never got over it and would forest Come of tho Gospel When an aged sometimes speak a littlo Bharp at you KNOXVILLE TENN Laplander out of tho clergyman was not dwell in cities a day if my work snow Come 1atagonian dying a man very emi- Â¬ out of tho nent in tho church a young theological becauso of your ailments Tho Lord was not appointed there will not speak sharp Hut you think heat Como in furs Como panting My love to you now and when I crct Tho above goodi are handled by J under palm leaves Come one Como student Mood by his side and tho aged you will como to wnnt Who do you man looked up and said to him through I will give you my hand for all Como now As Cant think tho Lord is Aro his granaries DAY CO Hazel Green Ky though I have this summer shaken Mesopotamia Jncob at this well of you give mo somo comfort in my dying empty Will he feed tho raven and tho JNO hands with perhaps 10000 people in betrothed so now utund Rachel were nourv said this well of sal cant talk to you ontho young man I rabbit and tho lion in tho desert and twenty ono states of the union all the vation Christ our this subject you forget you Why naturalists toll us way through to Colorado and noith and you coming up withShepherd will moot know nil about it and have known It that tho porpoise will not forsdko its your long flocks of so long Well said tho dying south I w ill not conclude my summer cures nnd anxieties und He will stretch just rcelto to mo somo promfses man wounded and sick mate And do you vacation till I have shaken hands with out His hand in pledge suppose tho Lord of Heaven and earth of His affection The young man thought a moment hns not us much sympathy as tho fish you You old farmer out there How while all Heaven lie nnd he camo to this promise you make me think of my father You hold tho bridegroomwill cry out Tho of tho sea Hut you bay I am so cometh go ye out blood of Jesus Christ cleanseth elderly woman out there with cap and to meet him from all near worn out nnd I nm of no uso to spectacles How you make me think You notice that this well of Mesopo- sin and tho old man clapped his hands God uny more of m3 mother And now while tho air tamia had a stone on it which must be and in his dying moment said Thats I think tho Lord knows whother you AND of theso fair grounds is filled with tho removed before the sheep could be wa- just the promise I havo been waiting nro of any more uso or not if you wero bleating of sheep and tho neighing of tered and I iind on tho well of salva- Â¬ for The blood of Jesus cleanseth from of no mora uso ho would havo tak Oh tho wnrmth tho grand hordes and the lowing of cattle I can tion to day impediments and obstacles all sin en you before this Do you think not find a more appropriate text than which must bo removed in order that eur tho magnificenco of tho promise God has forgotten you because N03 134 138 RACE STREET the one I read Come also to this Gospel well all ho has taken caro of you seventy you may obtuin tho refreshments und CINCINNATI 0 It is a scene in Mesopotamia beauti Â¬ life of this Gosnel In vour case the ye troubled I do not suppose you havo or eighty years Ho thinks more of fully pastorial A well of water of impediment is pride of heart You can escaped Comparo your view of this you to day than ho ever did because great value in thnt region The fields not bear to como to so democratic a life ut 15 years of ago with what your you think more of him May tho God THE KRUSE BAHLMAN around about it white with three flocfcs fountain you do not want to como with view of it is at 40 or 00 or 70 What of Abraham and Isaac and Jacob and of sheep lying down waiting for the so many others It is to you liko when a greut contrast of opinion Were you Paul tho aged bo your God forever watering I hear their bleating com- you are dry coming to a town pump us right then or are you right now Two ing on the night air and the laughter compared to sitting in a parlor bipping cups placed in your hands the one a of young men and maidens indulging out of a chased chalice which has just sweet cup the other a sour cup A cup Why Many or Them Jtciiuiln hi Circulation for a Ioiij Tlmo in rustic repartee I look off and I see been lifted from a silver salver Not so of joy und a cup of grief Which has -s-MIOMPAWY Sovcrnl persons huvo expressed other flocks of sheep coming Mean Â¬ many publicans and sinners You been tho nearest to being full and out while Jacob a stranger on the inter- Â¬ want to get to Heaven but it must bo of which have you the more frequently KiutiL nurjjriau muu one Ol IjnciC 11 15 and 17 West Pearl Street esting errand of looking for a wife in a special car witn your loot on a partaken bums secret service men recently thut omos to tho well A bountiful shep Turkish ottnman and a band of music What a different place tho cemetery street cur conductors mako a practice CINCINNATI O is from what it used to be Once it was of passing all tho counterfeit money herdess comes to the sume well I see on board the train her approaching followed by her fa You do not want to bo in company to you a grand city improvement nnd they take in There is nothing startthers flock of sheep It was a memor- Â¬ with rustic Jacob and Rachel and to be you wenbout on the pleasure excursion ling in thut And tho street car conSuTlio wholcsnlo trndo of is not alono in cither mound drinking tffi able meeting Jacob married that shep- 000 sheepout of tho fountain where 10 and you ran laughingly aup tho way tho ductor does no more such workaverage tucky is respectfully solicited Eastern Kea Ho and you criticised in herdess Tho Jiiblo account of it is light than tho have been drinking before ii Jacob kissed Rachel and lifted up his you You will have to remove the ob Â¬ epitaph Hut since the day when you citizen does who finds Unit ho hns been duped by u shovcr of tho queer A voice and wept TJIE stacle of pride or never find your way heard tho bell toll at tho gate as you It has always been a mystery to me to tho well You will have to como as went in with the procession it is a sad bogus bill or a spurious coin docs not what ho found to cry about Hut be we came willing to tako tho water of place and there is a flood of rushing retire from circulation just us soon us fore that scene occurred Jacob accosts ctornal life in any wav and at anv memories thut suffuse tho eye nnd over its worthlcssness is discovered by the the shepherds and asks them why they hand und m any kind of pitcher cry- Â¬ muster tho heurt Oh you havo had holder Tho innocent party who has postpone the slaking of tho thirst of ing out 0 Lord Jesus I am dying of trouble trouble trouble God only paid five dollars for a bit of worthless these sheep and why they did not im Â¬ thirst Give mo the water of eternal knows how much you have had It is paper Isnt content to lose his invest mediately proceed to water them Tho life whether in trough or goblet give a wonder you havo been able to live ment Ho is not a counterfeiter and shepherds reply to tho effect Wo aro me the water of life I care not in what through it It is a wonder your ner- Â¬ even if he wero caught in an attempt to pass tho bogus bill ho could plead in all good neighbors and as a matter of it comes to me Awny with all your vous system has not been shattered Notions and your brain has not reeled nocence and escapo the laws penalty Wfiolesale Dry Goods courtesy wc wait until all tho sheep of hinderanccs of pride from tho wells Trouble trouble If I could gather all without doubt because ho himself was the neighborhood come up Besides mouth that this slono on tho wells mouth is Here is another man who is kept back the griefs of all sorts from this great victimized you seo and who can prove 101 103 and 105 W Fourth Streot ho had discovered somewhat heavy and several of us from this water of life by tho stone of audience und could put them in ono that tho take hold of it and push it aside and an obdurate heart which lies over the scroll neither man nor angel could en fact before ho attempted to get rid of South Side CINCINNATI O the bill Thus u good deal of counter- Â¬ then tho buckets and tho troughs arc mouth of the well You have no more dure the recitation Well what do you want Would you feit money remains iu circulation filled and the sheep are satisfied Wo feeling on this subject than if God had und it seems almost imnossibln can not until all tho flocks bo gathered yot to do you the first kindness or you liko to have your property back nguin I to suppress it Tho governments together nnd till they roll the stone had to do God the first wrong Seated No you say us a Christian mun from tho wells mouth then wo wuter on his lap all these years His everlast was becoming arrogant and I think efforts are directed toward tho the shoup ing arms sheltering you where is your that is why the Lord took it away I punishment of tho makers of tho spuri ous stuff and tho profession 01 this is a thirsty world Where i your morning und dont want to have my property back shovers Hot for gratitude the head und blistering for tho feet evening prayer Where are your con Â¬ Well would you havo your departed of it It is impossible to do more thun No you say I thut Counterfeiting nownduys hns nnd pnrching for tho tongue The secrated lives I say to you as Daniel friends back again The God in whoso couldnt tuko tho responsibility of reached n point upprouching perfection worlds great want is a cool refresh Â¬ said to Ilclshnziar ing satisfying draught Wo wander hand thy breath is and all thy way bringing them from u teurless reulm to Very often n bogus bill remains in cir around and iind tho cistern ompty thou has not glorified If you treated a realm of tours I couldnt do it culation a long tlmo and performs all A the functions of monev Long and tedious drought has dried up anybody as badly as you have treated Well then what do you wnnt Half of tlm the worlds fountains but noarly nine God you would havo made 500 apologies thousand voices in tho audience cries counterfeits that como into our bunds Comfort give us comfort For In any other way than by a capture of teen centuries ago a Shepherd with a yea your whole lifo would have been out Noa 74 and 70 Main Street thut reason I havo rolled away the tho mint show actual service It Is crook in the shape of a cross and feet an apology Three times a day 3ou Mi stone from tho wells mouth Come pretty difllcult for an inexperienced ut to the bleeding explored the desert have been seated at Gods table CINCINNATI O passages of this world and one day Spring summer autumn and winter all yo wounded of the flock pursued of man to pick out a bad bill Tho other came across a well a thousand feet ho has npproprlutely nppurcled you tho wolves come to thu fountain whero nay inpu rortor overhauled u mun In MEYER deep bu biding and bright and opales- Â¬ Your health from Him your companion tho Lords sick and bereft ones have Southern Indlun i who hud been dis plnylng a counterfeit bill Tho fellow cent and looked to tho north and tho from Him your home from Him All come with Ah snid some one you aro not claimed to bo un expert nnd was selling south nnd the east nnd tho west nnd tho bright surroundings of your lifo cried out with a voice strong und mu- Â¬ from Him O man what dost thou old enough to understand my aorrows a counterfeit detector publication sical thut rung through the nges Ho with thut hard heart Canst thou not You huvo not been in tho world us long Hut tho bill In his possession was a every one thut thirsteth como yo to tho feel ono throb of grntitudo toward the us I huvo nnd you Jant tulle to mo geunlno treasury note and not a counter- Â¬ 0 JOBBERS IN O wntcrs God who made you and tho Christ who about my misfortunes in tho time of feit at nil Tho nssistunt cnshlor of ono Well I havo been a grcut of tho biggest bunking institutions in Hardware Agricultural Implimintw r Tow a groat flock of shcon to day camo to redeem you and tho Holy old age gather round this Gospel well There Ghost who has all these years been im- Â¬ dcul urnong old people and I know Chicago uccopted n ten dollar bill tho OLIVER CHILLED FLOWS T amn fG n rrmrti- tinn 4ltHI4r portuning you If you can sit down how thoy tell about their failing health other day and after bunking hours was MALTA PLOWS FOSTER 8TOVE CO lcr why tho flocks of all nations do not iivo minutes under tho tree of a Sa und about their departed friends and surprised to find tho word counterfeit COOKS MILLS A EVAPORATOm gather why so many stay thirsty and viours martyrdom and feel His warm about tho loneliness thut sometimes stnmped upon the buck of tho bill in CHAMPION REAPERS MOWERS STODDARD AND ACME HARROWS gillie i am wondering about it my text lifo trickling on your forehead und btrllccs through their souls After two reddnk tho lottcrs being largo enough breaks forth in tho explanation say- - cheeks nnd hands mcthinks you would persons huvo lived together for forty or to do easily read across tho room Chi- Noi DOORS AND HASH A SPECIALTY 110 113 Second Street l Ki Wo flan not until nil tho floplrs get somo nppreclution of what you owo fifty years und ono of them Is taken cago Mull ly IRONTON OHIO away what desolatipn I shall not for Â¬ ffathbrcd together and till thoy roll to a crucified Jesus BR A novel idea has occurred toa tho Dr good doul Jacob vliil fiono from tho wells mouth then push tookwith astono from of tug and get the cry ofYork Into Ilcv stood Do Liverpool tradesman who advertises by that ho is nblo to bell cheaper when ho tho wells Witt of New tho nAvewator tho sheep DO YOU WANT TO RAVH than so thut tho flocks might bo tho open grave of his beloved wife and others because ho Is a bachelor without FROM 25 to 60 CENTS ON EVERY u norn ox swino como to a wen tnoy mouth Bffrlly jostle each other for tho prece Â¬ watered And I would that to day my after tho obsequies had ended he look- Â¬ incumbrances and docs not want thu VULLiAll YOU BPEND7 IF 80 WJUTO dence if a drove of cattlo como to a word blessed of God might remove tho ed down into the open place and said von our Illustrated Catalogue profits of u married man with a Farewell my honored faithful nnd family He must bo a mean man large CONTAINING ILLUSTRATION ANEX0M Cll trlftW llrtnlr nnuli nilm- lxwt1 v tsm hindrances to your getting up to tho 4t wilier uut wncn 09 EVKRYTHINO MANUFACTUR tho flock or sliccp Gosnel well Yea I tako it for grant beloved wife Tho bond that bound us t The Gorman emperor is said to hi TIIB TJNITRD STATXf AT WANUJMCTO J CORie tllOlirrl n ctinll nt llm PUUI1 ed that the work is done and now liko is fievcrcd Thou art in glory and I i Hjll much irritated at w disappointed IIUUUIUU Ul tllUlU 10000 ILLUfTRATIOire thoy only express it Oriental shepherds I proceed to water am hero on earth Wo shall met again personal appearance comments upon hii KM rXIOR It would be mel ALL LINXf XXFRBtXNTKD OATALCMUB To lean on a Farewell Farewell sad bleatlntr thev como together tho sheep J Come all yo thirsty You havo an prop for fifty years and then havo it ancholy indeed if the new beard which MAILXD JRXX OX AMPLICATION peacefully There wero only two has changed the emperors face should You break underyou Q Want a rrreafc lmiltlliuln to como undefined longing in your souL A arond tho Gosnol well money making that did not sat Â¬ years difference between the deaths of oe ine means or changing the face ol CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO I know there tried Europe Â¬ Xo 178 Wxrr YAK Buxwr irH After my father and mother tried isfy you f V100 who do not liko a crowd thoy ernment You did not oflico under gov mothers decease my father used to my CHICAGO ILL go A Berlin journal aj that Hiorasti satisfy you You that a crowd Is vulgar If they are works around as though looking for some Â¬ jerae HJorasott karetlred from hie poÂ¬ bnt rTJvrcssea f0r room jn a ciurcu it makes tried pictures and sculptures You are as thing and he would ofUa get tp frow litical activity to ltWrary of art did not satisfy you pttrMiite having fotutd tkat ike aolHi - much discontented with this life as the one room without any seeming reasoa Uh Not did thaae oriental shepThev waitcri until all th AaeVm celebrated Freaek author who felt that and f to aaotfttf room aa4 thea a caljtMks Kaioh b ka4tJktttpokiMh Mlre tk wenki take kic mmm and atari owt and iXi absorbed all kU Ifett rt 4kerd nnd tho mora flooka tkat lie eould not y fcv fab OUlMfli Â¬ JACOB AND EACEEL AtJ - F M TIMMONDS Wholesale Grooar Â¬ Â¬ isti -- BOOTS AND SHOES -- MARKS BROS MARKS Â¬ Â¬ rjll 1 Â¬ 11 1 -- I 5 Â¬ counterfeTtbills Â¬ HARDWARE M Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ GEO W MAIPIN Â¬ SG0MPANI Â¬ GROSSMAN CO SCHLEUTKBR Â¬ Saddlery and Harness QUS WMKERRC0J tilr Â¬ - f j -- lin1l -- ad rtura4 Ugt rffcM jea ae4 aJamutfk rami u J mimtHimMmw vmv 1 ij fjtfmrtmr HT trf kV V V H t W- - t IMs a Haxel Geeen Hebald rXHOCR OOOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY Oct 9 1891 Friday Judge John E Coopor passed through here Wednesday en routo to West Lib erty at which plnco ho had ndjourncd the Morgan county grand jury from Thursday of Inst week to Thursday of this week A Herald representative asked the Judgo if he would bo a candi Â¬ date for the Appeilato Judgeship but ho was non committal This however lie did say if he could sccuro tho nomina- Â¬ tion without a wrangle he would gladly accept it Judge Cooper in our humble opinion could defeat nny Republican in tho district should ho rcceivo tho Democratic nomination and if elected he would fill the position with honor to himself and to the people of the Stato Â¬ Â¬ Robert Bonner ex editor of tho Now MP York Lcdgor and quite nn authority on trotting horses gives tho opinion that tho great- raco at Lexington between Allorton 209 and Nancy Hanks 209 will result in breaking tho record of Maud S at present queen of tho turf with a record of 20Si Mr Homier thinks Nancy Hanks will win tho 10000 purso on Thursday next but in his per- Â¬ haps excusable egotism says his own iSunol is tho fastest mare in tho world Tho fact that she trotted u half mile in 103 a 206 gate only n few days since pives him good ground for his opinion and she will doubtless fulfill his fondest hopes - proposition to have them promoted through his influence with his father for a cash consideration Theso affidavits wero carried to Secretary Noble nnd ho has turned them over to Mr Harrison Meanwhilo Commissioner Raum is by no means idle Ho has demanded that Secretary Noblo dismiss tho three employes who mndo tho affidavits against his son and has submitted to Secretary Noble a lot of documentary evidence which he claims proves that these Ah reo men have entered into a conspiracy to injure him through attacks on Ids son The matter will have to bo settled by Mr Harrison and upon its settlement depends tho offi Â¬ cial existence of Commissioner Raum Tho Chilian rumpus has had the effect of further postponing tho various promi- Â¬ nent appointments that tho politicians have been so hungrily expecting ever since Mr Harrison returned to Washing-Â¬ ton Tho effect that small things have upon large ones was never more strikingly ex- Â¬ emplified than tho report of Major Pollock tho Superintendent of tho Free mail delivery system who has just re- Â¬ turned from an examination tour of the principal free delivery offices in tho West Maj Pollock says that tho recent abolition of tho custom of compelling carriers to count every pieco of mail re ceived nnd dispatched from postofficcs will result in a saving to tho Government of about 300000 a year and on account of tho time saved by tltc carriers it does away with any immediate need of largely increasing tho carrier force in all sections of tho country as it was expected sometime ago would have to be done Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ CitizensNational Bank WINCHESTER KENTUCKY OHL Ml S 1 flto Jf PAID UP CAPITAL iili 17500000 WASH MILLER PRESIDENT S W WILLIS VICE rRESIDENT A H HAMPTON CASHIER M SSrawlBFiii iifeSStrMtML in 3 8 ill T 38fttttfMmMtiJtfZasmmiMm iMzmmdtswtizNtrrrSi jac5 9 ftySffiPrHr W PnviVfPIK ASST CASHIER xSSSDI Mri o5HLJi fyPgJllTOlFrPnln Tjffljn k Has ample facilities for doing a general banking business So- Â¬ licits deposits makes collec- Â¬ tions gives prompt and careful attention to all business entrust- Â¬ ed to it nnd extends to its customers the most iibernl nccommonations consistent witn correct banking business Volto County Teiuliurn AHHoclntlon T WASHINGTON LETTER H Lit J i then called and re sponded by reciting Kate Shelly Should the teachers wages be graded according to his qualifications as shown was discussed by W by his certificate C Graham James II H DoHusk L Snango nnd others Heforo adjourning it was agreed that all members of the Association who said Tho porsonnl feelings of Mr Egan should fail to perform tho duty assigned and members of tho present Chilian gov Â¬ them by tho committee on program ernment are not to bo thought Of at this should bo fined at Tho tlmo It is the dignity of the Govern- Â¬ Camptonnext meeting will bo heldNo- Â¬ on tho first Saturday in ment of tho United States that demands 1 W Tnulbee H L Games my first consideration Acting in ac Â¬ vember cordance with that idea Minister Egan and W H DoHusk wero appointed to Â¬ was cabled to demnnd tho immediato prepnro a program which will bo an withdrawal of tho guard from tho U S nounced in duo time Lot every teacher legation and tho roleaso of any American in tho county mnko it a point to attend citizens that may have been arrested with as many of his trustees and friends and in no long time it was cabled back as possiblo We would suggest to tho trustees that that tho demand had been acceded to Had it been refused Mr Egan was in when they want n livo enorgetic teacher structed to appeal to Captain Schloy of to take charge of their school to look tho U SS Baltimore now at Valparaiso for one among thoso that atteud tho for protection and Captahi Schley had meetings of tho Association received instructions to march his force CniiHumptlou Curort of marines to Santiago if called upon by An old physician retired from prac- Â¬ the minister In standing by his minis- Â¬ tice having hnd placed in his hands by ter Mr Harrison has undoubtedly taken nn East India missionary tho formula of afpopular step but the real question at n simple vegetable remedy for tho speedy issue is whether a minister to a foreign and permanent euro of Consumption country has a right to allow his legation Bronchitis Catarrh Asthma and all to be used as an asylum Such a thing Throat and Lung Affections also a posi Â¬ would not bo tolerated in any European tive nnd radical qure for Nervous Debil- Â¬ capital for an hour and although it has ity and all Nervous Complaints aftor been the custom of tho ministers of nil having tested its wonderful ourativo pow Â¬ countries to allow it to all in tho South ers in thousands of cases has felt it his and Central American countries where duty to make it known to his sufleriug revolutions aro so frequent it is doubted follows Actuated by this motivo and a by the best international lawyers wheth Â¬ deslro to roliovo human sufleriug I will er Minister Egan had any legal right to send freo of charge to all who desire it grant asylum to other than citizens of this recipe in German French or Eng Â¬ the United States It is stated hero and lish with full directions for preparing generally believed that tho Chilian au Â¬ and using Sent by mail by addressing thorities were controlled by certain Eu with stamp naming this paper W A fopM influences which are antagonistic Noyks 820 Powers Block Rochester to Ott QOMmereial fntereetaof the United N Y 4yl Washington Oct 2 1891 President Harrisbn owing to tho con Â¬ tinued absence of his Secretary of State was compelled to drop everything else for tho greator portion of this week in order that ho might give his personal attention to the yory peculiar stato of af- Â¬ fairs which our minister reported as ex Â¬ isting at tho temporary capital of Chili whero it was alleged that American citi zens wero arrested and n guard placed around tho United States ministers resi- Â¬ dence Mr Harrison is commended by members of all parties for tho manner in which ho nctcd in this matter It was represented to him that there wero feel ings of enmity existing between Minis tor Egan and members of the temporary Chilian government that should bo ta ken into consideration before ho acted officially and ho is reported to have Â¬ Â¬ The Wolfo County Teachers Associa atiou held their first meeting at the Academy in this placo on last Saturday Tho attendance was not what it should have been but thoso who were present made up in interest what was lacking il numbers President L C Graham called the house to order at the appointed time nnd slated the object of tho meeting in a neat little speech As quite a number who had been as Â¬ signed duties failed to put in nn nppear nncu tho meeting adjourned until the aftomoon at which time the following program was carried out Recitation Miss Mai lie James How to raiso tho standard of teachers J W Tnulbee tho subject being discussed by Prof Cord II L Games nnd Do You Need Money If so vou can get something better than dollars from us The completion of the K U It R to Jackson has cut us oil from a large wholesale trade heretofore had by us in several counties cast and left on our hands nn immense stock 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 nnd mnko We offer to Country Merchants extra inducements and gunr oom petition howl antee to them lower prices than they ever got before Wo are overstocked and must unload Remember we will duplicate any bill with freights added cither Wo are now rewholesale or retail east or west north or south up hill or down ceiving such lines bought for cash at bottom bargains as will fill every depart- Â¬ We can astonish you with ment New fresh seasonable choice and cheap Â¬ Â¬ others H L Games was Â¬ Â¬ Watches retailed at wholesale prices Call or write for anything in tho covered with goods at half prices As the prices we name merely give us n chance to get our money out of the goods we cannot afford credit Goods will be sold for cash oilly or countrv produce live stock nnd school claims taken in exchange We have opened a new department under the charge of Miss Laura Ruwlings and Miss Luln Day which is fully stocked with fine Millinery Notions Ladies Furnishing Goods Vall Paper Carpets and Oil Cloths School Hooks nnd Sup- Â¬ plies Pictures and Frames etc etc Mus Rawlings is a thoroughly competent Milliner nnd Dress Mnker and wo offer you a City Stock to select fiom You can get as fine nnd stylish Millinery and Dresses here as anywhere and at the very lowest prices Yours etc JEWELRY LINE Established qunrnter ot a century thing fully guaranteed Every Â¬ HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY Otis W Snyder No 8 North Upitr Strkkt LEXINGTON KY HAZEL GREEN Having just thoroughly overhauled the Hazel Green Mills wo are now better than ever prepared to do KY CATLETTSBURC Tho Largest Drug House in tho Ohio Valley Manufacturers of 228 REMEDIES that are Sold by tho Dozen 16000 Square Feet of Floor Room 28 Hands Employed Jrft5olc proprietors of the famous mi WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING DRUGGISTS u The only rumedv that is pold on an abso X lute guarantee to cure ail rains and gisucK nml all disorders ot tho Kidneys Aches Cramps and Colic Diarrlueu Dys- nnd Urinary OrgaiiH Thousands of ccr- tificutcts of those who have used this eatery etc Used internally uiul cxter 6 nally The best Liniment in the world remedy will be sent on implication 1 PRICK 23 CENTS X THICK 100 fi r nwc k r w m tr i I i 11 r u 1 i X X X a A QTx I A i a tho permanent euro of Pains in thex jFor uiunnn iinupvi nnnnim nut jjj ixiunc vuxuini Sole proprietors of the renowned And we respectfully ask all wishing Corn or Wheat ground to give us a trial We Fon Sale hy Dituc Stokes and Country Stores Everywhere M guarantee satisfaction HAZEL GREEN MILL CO J KELLY President WM 1IRIGIIT Secretary and Treasurer J It Sharp Uruce Trimble T G Denton WHENEVER YOU VISIT LEXINGTON CALL ON THE SHARP TRIMBLE MT STERLING DENTON KY now a complete lino of Clothing Hats Boots Shoes and Gents Furnishing Goods Wo solicit an inspection of our goods and guarantee pri ces satisfactory and articles as HftVG Â¬ Lexington Foundry Co Office 99 EAST MAIN STREET Shop K U RAILROAD near 7th St They aro oporaUnjr THE LARGEST FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP IN THE STATE east of Louisville recommended FANT JAMES PTHE OLD RELIAIlLE Hat Housi of Oilico 99 o All kinds of BOILER AND ENGINE REPAIRING SKILLFULLY DONE at the lowest living trices J M KELLY President EAST MAIN STREET Foundry on K U RAILROAD BENNETT WITH WS T Dickinson J3Ly JuCXlIlgbOll TTrr QREAR BIGSTAFF KY 8wtt In tkk watUr Te PvMiou oioft i Min of a jtoritat mftfittrom i w cMWwh tfet want feulkllag the center XMNT a and oacenatio VTtOWXS IKON HITTKRS It la i4Mt to take tntm counter awaafttlaa Three employee of ItoeMta Mtiwaaw AH Maferfe lwMgaa tsWtkfk tfal ettot tarftMMfe affidavit tkt D not allow Ut acmnlala of ywMH fen w4 iinm4 me wmll FWmjImmII AM MkiMltiftl lkNiulal mmmJi ka T v fliln wki UitfMn Ua ttMlilv v lywwwwii vtiiiaa rj if v w wiwji UafV toMoaooBrd in pneniitd by Uw we ol Ayer7 Hair Cor Fearl St Vine CINCINNATI Invites till or his mountain friends and es Â¬ pecially the merchants to give him a call when ia tho olty WJ Henderson Thoa SEITS5 WITH WHQIJWATK JII YANKIE Hats 92 SEIP jonnEits of CO ATTORNEYS AT LAW MT STKKLINO Son ifw Ouh wii Clevis Straw Goods Practice In the courts of Montgomery and adjoining cftHHt4e and in the Court of Ap Â¬ AND UMIRELLAS peals and Federal Cavtrts N PaiKt St CHILLICOTHE O Gaps I tfc witiiV Vlur A8HLAKP KY IflD rrvIIV UMb UUD DDIMTIMP KBATLY CHEAPLY and PROMPTLY EXE ECUTED AT THIS OFFICE Send your order pesw mr i - J 1 si 4MI H f k I fc M fr wKWMWBBBWMBWMaMaWWIWWWaWWBMBBMM t SiPT pSBSUBBBX l rf i V tv THE HAZEL GREEN FAIR J Howard Wilson Montgomery A Compluto 11st of ProlnuuiH A wanted county 2d 4 00 Has n larger circulation in Wolfe Morgan all otliur papers In iliu The following is a complcto list of the Brood Ware L O Caskey Morgan and Ureathitt than State and merchants In Mt Sterling Win premiums awarded at the Hazel Green county 1st 0 00 chester Lexington Louisville and Ciuuin Fair last week as furnished by Secretary HK8T MKIHUM through J M Henry Morgan co 2d 4 00 Itilti will 11ml It THK which to secure Mountain Trade Lacy Whero the county is not given AFTERNOON ADVERTISING RATES it will be understood that tho person is a Fastest Trotter I year Old Jos TPAN8IBST PRoto 1st resident of Wolf o county 5 00 Advertisements inserted for less than 3 J M Honry Morgan county 2d 3 00 mouths will he 75 cunts an inch for thu llrst FIRST DAY MORNINO Insertion and - cunts an inch for each sub Best Lamb Fastest Trotter 2 years old Jno II II Swango 2 CO Kfiitieiit Insertion D Rose Jr 1st 12 00 xTAM TnAXSIHST ADVURTISINO MUbT Best Long Wool Buck W C Per Â¬ IK ADVAKCK M Rose 2d Jno 8 00 1IK 1AI kins 2 50 HTANMNO AIVKRTI8EMIKT8 R D Motley 3d 5 00 2 50 S 7 fiO Best Short Wool Buck Jos P Rows t Inch 12 months Fastest Trotter 8 years old J M 12 oO Best Ewe Jos P Rose 2 50 2 Inches Blair Morgan county 1st io UU Best Male Hog A B 3 i ticlioSj 12 00 2 50 Swango 15 to 4 inches D B Roso 2d 8 00 22 00 Beat Female Hog same 2 50 ft Inches Miles Yocum 3d M 00 Best Pair 5 00 II Inches Pigs Win Pack Mor- Â¬ f Li be nil rates on larger udvertiseiuviitH Handsomest Uiimairiid Luly 15 gan county 2 CO made known on application to 21 Miss Clara Pieratt Mor Â¬ notices to be interspersed among Best Bull Calf A C Nickell MorÂ¬ Local gan county 1st 10 cents a line with a dis 10 00 reading matter gan county 5 00 count of 25 per cent where they run a month Miss A vii Swango 2d 5 00 Best Bull I to 2 year old Jos or more Mulo Race S D May Magoffin 3c a Obituaries tributes ot icspect etc 1 PRoso 5 00 county 1st 5 00 line Count six words to the line and send Best Bull any age S E Hayes manuscript We will write money with the Geo Ystle Morgan county 2d 3 00 Morgan county 10 00 obituaries and publish at 5 edits a line B D Rose Jr 3d Marriage and death notices not exceeding Best Heifer Calf JefT M 2 00 Rose Jr 5 00 ten Hues solicited and published lRKK Pony Race Kelsey Nickell 1st 6 00 -lHMS FOR ItKUULAIt ADVKIITISIKO Best Heifer 1 to 2 yeais old R Morton Swango 2d 3 00 QUARTERLY OK DKMAKD IAYAHMS D Motley 5 00 SPESCEU COOlEK Address C T Wilson 3d 2 00 Best Cow J T F Day 1st Hazel Green Ky 00 THIRD DAY MORNING do W T Swango 2d 4 00 Brood mare and 8 colts O W Ce1 The Hazel Green Fnir stands at the Best Pair Cattle to 2 years old cil 1st 10 00 Jno M Rose 5 00 top the biggest success in the State M Henry Morgan county 2d 5 00 J Best Pair Cattlo any age Her Stallion and 8 colts J T F Day Eastcrlings photograph gallery is here 0 00 bcrt Nickell Morgan county 1st 10 00 days Call and get your picture for ten AFTERNOON 5 00 J T F Day 2d Â¬ Lady Rider under 15 Lizzie Pie Trimble of Mt Sterling Best Cake Butter Mrs R D Mot ltov Bruce 2 00 ley 10 00 ratt Morgan county 1st is visiting relatives and friends in our Fanciest Bouquet Flowers Mrs G Maggie Kash 2d 5 00 town 2 00 B Swango Best colt sired by John Morgan O Charley Turner of Jit Sterling was a Best Fruit Cake Mrs J Howard W Cecil 10 00 2 00 Best colt sired by Wilson Montgomery county guest of the Day House Wednesday Post Boy C S Best Cake --Mrs G WSewell Mont- Â¬ night Sample 10 00 2 00 Best colt sired by Gold gomery county OW Dust When your blood is impoverished the Best Lonf Light Bread Mrs Nan Â¬ Cecil 10 00 Sarsa remedy is at hand Take Ayers 2 00 Plug Trot on Horseback cy Swango W M parilla Best Piece Patchwork Mrs G B 8 00 Click Elliott county 1st 2 00 Swango Harry Dean well known here was last Leo Henry Montgomery Co 2d 4 00 week arrested in Lexington for grand Fanciest Ru filing and Tucking 8 00 Hugh A Beatty Leo Co 3d 2 00 Mrs P R Phillips Leo county larceny AFTERNOON Pillow Shams Miss Most Graceful Gentleman Rider Floyd Day left Wednesday morning Handsomest 2 00 Mollie Swango 10 00 Carl Mizc 1st saddle for Clay City and will be absent for Best Watermelon Henry Johnson 2d 5 00 Leo Henry Montgomery Co several days 2 00 Bath county Most Graceful Lady Rider Miss 2 00 Miss Lillie Day has been confined to Best Sweet Potatoes O W Cecil 10 00 Lula Prater Morgan Co 1st days with some- Â¬ Best Irish Potatoes J M Henry her home for several Â¬ Miss Emma Cravens Montgom2 00 Morgan county thing like fever 5 00 ery Co 2d Best Beets Mrs Gilley A Harper Best Running Walker Thomas D Daniel Isom and Richard Franklin of 2 00 Morgan county 0 00 Jones Montgomery Co 1st color have our thanks for six very fine Best Cabbage S S Combs 2 00 4 00 WT Swango 2d heads of cabbage 2 00 Walk Trot and Run R S Cluke Best Pumpkin Oscar Fallen 2 00 20 00 Montgomery county 1st Rev H B Easterling of Blaine Best Gourd A C Kash preach at Dayt Best Grapes Mrs J Howard Wil- Â¬ Lawrence county will 12 00 S H Wilson 2nd 2 00 son Montgomery county 8 00 borough next Sunday at 11a m S D May Magoffiin county 3d 2 00 Best Corn R D Motley Fastest Trotting Stallion Wm L C F Oney presiding elder of the M Best Wheat J Howard Wilson 12 00 May Magoffin county 1st E Church South of this district was a 2 00 Montgomery county M 6 Cockrcll Montgomery 2d 8 00 guest of F N Day Wednesday night 2 00 Best Onions J T Day 3d 5 00 J T F Day t Best Sugar Cane John Wnllaco 5 00 Pony Race Kelsey Nickell 1st The premium list this week consumes 2 00 Morgan county B N Spradling 2d 8 00 we are conv so much of our space that 2 00 Best Chickens Frank Ross 2 00 3d Howard Little pelled to omit a lot of excellent matter 2 00 Best Ducks Calvin Swango MORNINO FOURTH DAY Happy and content is a home with The Ro- Â¬ Best Tobacco Jas R Cecil MorG 00 Horso Colt R D Motley 1st 2 00 chester a lamp with the light of the morning gan county C Caskey Morgan county 2d 4 00 L ForcatalozutvrittRochitttrLatHpGeNtwYrk Best Millet Morton Wilson Mor- Â¬ Maro Colt Wm Caskey Morgan 2 00 gan county G 00 county 1st Mrs Rosa Lee Day accompanied by 2 00 Bst Beans Jos P Rose 4 00 Swango 2d Harrison Willie Day will take in the Allerton and Best Tomatoes Mrs Rebecca NorÂ¬ Mare ono year old John H Pie Â¬ Nancy Hanks trot at Lexington next 2 00 man G 00 ratt 1st week 2 00 Best Apples R D Motley 4 00 Rose 2d Jos P 2 00 Mrs Eveline McGuire of St Helens Best Pears R D Motley Maro 2 years old Leo Henry of 2 00 mother of F McGuire of this place has Best Oats N B Graham G 00 Montgomery county 1st and other relatives Best Cane Molasses Harry Swango 2 00 been visiting her son M Rose 2d 4 00 Jno here for two weeks past Best Honey E B McClure Morgan Mnro 3 years old Charley Swan- Â¬ 2 00 county G 00 go 1st Miss Emma Cravens and her cousin Beat Production from ono Farm 4 00 Haulsey Morgan co 2d Jas Leo Cravens who have been visiting rel 2 60 Horso 1 year old M F Lincous R D Motley atives here for a week or so past left Best Production of Mineral Jno G 00 1st Thursday morning for home 10 00 B Amyx Morgan county Harrison Murphy Morgan 2d 4 00 Horso 2 year old Hiram Long John H Pieratt W M of Mispah Fastest Trotter R W Potts Nich20 00 olas county 1st Lodge No 507 F A M left Monday 0 00 Morgan county 1st Millard Dennis Morgan Co 2d 12 00 4 00 for Louisville as a delegate to the Grand George Perkins Morgan 2d 8 00 Horso 8 yoar old Miles Yocum S S Taulbee Breathitt Co 8d place Lodge now in session at that G 00 Mule Bacc S D May Magoffin Morgan county 1st Mrs Rilda Day was taken sick at the 5 00 county lBt 4 00 J M Henry Morgan 2d homo of her father Jordan Wills of May 8 00 Maro or Gelding Morton Swango 2d any age Win town on Tuesday last and at last ac- Â¬ 2 00 G 00 Willie Jone s Magofliin Co 3d Henry Montgomery 1st counts was still in a critical condition 5 00 Pony Race Kelsey Nickell 1st 4 00 WT Swango 2d 3 00 Best Harness Maro or Gelding Morton Swango 2d J S Ellison representing the whole- Â¬ J R Wheeler Morgan Co 3d 2 00 any ago Wm L May Magoffiin sale drug house of Patton Bros Cat G 00 county 1st MORNINO 8FCONI DAY lettaburg Ky was a guest of tho Day 2d 4 00 Lee Henry Montgomery House Wednesday night and left for Marc Mulo Colt W G Henry Mor G 00 Best Saddle Maro or Gelding any gau county 1st Campton Thursday morning 4 00 age Thos D Jones Montgom Â¬ to same Second Premium GOO Judge Swango writes that ho will sell Horeo Mulo Colt W W Phipps ery couuty 1st 4 00 0 00 tho remainder of his property consisting W T Swango 2d Morgan county 1st 4 00 Best Pair Mules W G Henry of threo head of horses several hogs a 2d D B Rose 10 00 lot of corn Irish and sweet potatoes e Mulo I year old M P Spurlock Margau county Â¬ on Wednesday tho 14th iiiat Dont for0 00 AFTERNOON Magoffin county 1st 4 00 Fastest Trotter Win L May Ma- Â¬ got the date county 2d E F Cecil Morgan 75 00 goffin county 1st Mule 2 yrs old Jas Arnett Ma Â¬ J W Cravens and family left ThursM O Cockrill Montgomery 2d 50 00 0 00 goffin county 1st day morning for a visit to relatives and 25 00 4 00 R W PotUJ Nicholas 3d Magoffin co 2d M F Spurlock friends in Montgomery county and may 25 00 Â¬ A T Combs 1st Fastest Pacer Mulo any ago W O Henry Mor extend their visit to Lexington to wit 15 00 Sanford D Well 2d 6 00 nej tho great contest between Nancy ganFcounty 1stMagoffin co 2d 4 00 Harlan May Magoffin 3d 10 00 Spurlock M Hanks and Allerton Foot Race Floyd Barker Morgan Jack J Howard Wilson Mont Â¬ n m 10 00 county 1st gomery county Henry Pieratt of this place had the 4 00 Jas Peyton Morgan Sd LeeIIenryMonb- misfortune ono night last week to lose Saddle Stallion B 00 Boon ByrdMrffHd liis barn and all its content gomery county 1st The fire 4 00 Beet Looking Girl Beby G B ButÂ¬ FDay 2d WW the result of carelessly lighting a JT 0 ler lit Day Stallion watch in the barn and Mr Pieratt Hart 4 00 Nickell Morgan Id Alex 00 V hltmw no one but himself f let Â¬ I Â¬ Hazel Geeen IIerald Best looking Boy Bnby John Bar- Q 0 Daniel Morgan 2d Mulo Race Frank Prater Morgan couuty 1st U U j G kerlst 00 4 00 6 00 DAM MACK tr X lim Â¬ il iii VJ DyMrni2u UllllsptC 3U a 2 UU i HAZEL GREEN TO R0THWEU havo for salo 10 acres of laud lying on tho waters of Grassy good coal on laud and very productive good water will he sold at a bargain Apply to Jack Simcer Hazol Green Ky Â¬ For Saic I Leaves llnxel tircea every morning Handily oxciptvd and eoiiHectn with AftitrrHHiM train for Mt Sterling Leaves llotlnvell 6vefy mnrHiftf rt nrrrol of train from MU Sterling ixwiitt StamUy and arrives ut lintel Green HtlWr x Fare 2 Each Way Rev H B Easterling of Blaine Careful Rtul attentive drivers in eh urge pf caoh Imok and cimeulal attention piild ltHlle Lawrenco county preached at tho Chris or children traveling without escort tian church in this placo on Sunday and Thu traveling patronage respectfully solic Â¬ Very respectfully Sunday night Thcro was also preaching ited W It TAHOl Proprietor at tho Methodist church but wo failed to learn tho ministers name Tho farm known as tho B F Cockrcll farm about a half mllo from the town i f WINCHESTER KY Ezel is advertised at private salo This Is a valuable pieco of property and a de Â¬ N II WITHEHSPOONi President It D HUNTER Cashier sirable home Read tho description of it in another part of this paper THE WINCHESTER BANK -- u 5 Â¬ Judgo Swango and his threo sons James II Charley and Mort left Mon day for Frankfort Charley howover was taken sick a fow miles below this place and after laying over a day or so returned home Ho is now going about Â¬ This Dank Hollcits the accounts of iner chants farmers traders nnd business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and oilers its auNtoiuers every facility aau tho most liberal terms within the limit of legitimatu bunking octl8ly Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 Â¬ R D Motley has our thanks for tho finest lot of apples over grown in tho mountains of Kentucky embracing five or six vnrietics They took tho premium over everything at tho Fair Inst week and for that matter could havo taken it over any exhibit in Kentucky NEW- - FASMBKS BANK MT STERLING KY T Capital 250000 Surplus 840000 Â¬ Seneca X Swim for awhile connected Wm MitchkiLj Chab M Gnunns with this offico and tho founder of the Cashier President Mountain Monitor at Pikcville has again The largest capital and surplus nnd indiassumed control of that paper after n vidual dcpnlt than any bank in this sec lay ofT of about a year Seneca is a hus- tioi of the State tler from way back and tho improved appearance of the Monitor sinco he Exchange Bank of Kentucky mounted the tripod is very marked MT STERLING KY Â¬ While en route home from tho Hazel Green Fair last Saturday John Will CAPITAL Jamison of BcnttjMllo got into an alter- Â¬ cation with a man named Angel at St Wo have more Ilaeel Green business than Helens resulting in tho shooting of the any other bank and want to increase it latter five times Jamison was arrested Send us your account and we will treat but no further particulars havo been you well received up to tho hour of going to press B J PETER8 Pjikbidkkt 810000000 Tho ExConfcdernto Association of Wolfo county will meet in annual ses Â¬ sion on tho third Saturday in October 1891 at Campton Ky All erato soldiers are specially requested to be present Joseph C Lykinb Pres Wolfo Co Ex Con Assn JOHN G WINN Cashier Traders Deposit Bank MT STERLING KY 80000 Capital J M 200000 Surplus G L Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MT STERLING KY Capt J Scott Johnson of Washington City accompanied by his wife was ex- Â¬ pected to arrive in Hazel Green when we went to press Mr Johnson is quite well known here having formerly been a resi Â¬ dent and his many friends will be glnd LEWIS APPERSON Pkksidbnt H R FRENCH CAfliHRR to greet him Ho is taking his annual outiug and will remain in this section Mountain business is respectfully solicited somo timo visiting relatives and frlcmlr with thu iiNHiiraiice that wc will treat every cuNtotncr fairly Green B Butlor who has been train- Â¬ ing horses for J T F Day for about two years past will leavo to day Friday for Montgomery county accompanied by OF KENTUCKY his wife and baby tho blue ribbon girl 26 PROFESSORS and INSTRUCTORS Mr Butler has engagod to train horses for Robert Good paster of Montgomery Agricultural SoientiAo Engineering Olnasloal Normal Sohool Aoademlo and ho will bo succeeded hero by Noah Commercial ahd Military Gouwmi of tM tho colored driver who was formerly tho Study o COUNTY APPOINTEE RECEIVED assistant trainer Webster Esq of Lexington last week for the purpose of organizing a building and loan association and left tho matter in tho hands of a few of our enterprising citizens to work up These associations arc a God send to any town and wo hopo by next Isbiio to announce that ono hai been success- Â¬ fully organized at this placo was hero Â¬ B N IHGSTAFFiTrcsidont KIRK PATRICK Vice President W W THOMSON Cashier 0 We respectfully solicit the business of mer chnntN runners traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky A general banking business done Give us a chance to send you a bank book nay your checks and loan you money when in need W W Thompson Cash Mt Sterling National Bank Capital 100000 Surplus 16660 VliiB s-- v- mm CASNOWCO VVfW am u- Board In dormitory families 160 to 4 fall FREE OF TUITION term begin HeputmWtHh 2 per week la rlvnt For Catalogue addrw lmi JAS Â¬ K LEXINGTON KY PATTERSONPhD remote from Washington Head model drawing or photo with descrip- Â¬ tion We adrise if patentable or not free of cfearge Oar fee not due till patent la secured A PawaMet How to Obtain Patents with names ofaetaal clients in jovraHate county er tewa sent free Address CstmU nd Trade Marks obtained and alt Pat ent business conducted for Metfmta Fm w OMee OptwiHe U 8 Patait OMea and we can secure patent in less tine than taoee Trimble Bros WHOLES AXE 0 U Â¬ BOCEB8 MT STERLING s - swTWTO ftlutl wwrffVi Ff fnwtfTfTl lilga WftsUjUl Mi II fVf We fi KY v IIIIIILV111 4ttommtt Wf tUfrM Hik IIIIPSI V tttUrt niwihtMiliiiniitiirHy fcr milH rw 1 I f hi fmt t mm NMIMM 2TMr wwiwi 4tH r HfMHf r NMl IWhMi imm IHHm MLA Ke mmiM PWH V vrz H M wA nniwwm uttwiwwffiiwM mm uhw to ftm W mm mm Hm m l jwtt Mm M lb Thk U KiM HAIA JTAF ra aold ait toiaj office Hi 10 oenU WL The justly oelebmtod PerryUu a4el mm 4MMli Mt Ac HI JL CoHIHnwNtii f urodttstt m MeMNlniii Murokiwis lly Mttoitsxl mil H WiBjl jClj WaUpW OOODBy WHOLIAuftSf e f sod Um beet pencil in town aplaoe WmNKKnMi-i-- nb r o 6 Xli 4 MV wcro Imposed upon them by tho mothor country in order to socuro tho AmerThrlr ltcupflctlvn HtunillnRK with the ican market for tho British manufac- Â¬ rcnmtyluinla IliUfHrin Makera turer Tho Pennsylvania republican ma Â¬ But tho rccnlllng of theso things to gath Â¬ mind does not scorn to havo induced In chine conducted by Mutt Quay ered representatives of tho party man Â¬ the mind of tho prcsldont a perception agement at Harrisburg to name candi- Â¬ of tho folly of tho mother country In dates for state ofllccrs and to formulate wren cliing trndo and industry from hints about tne national ticket next their natural courses by arbitrary meas- Â¬ year President Harrison was at Ben- Â¬ ures a folly which cost her tho rich- Â¬ nington talking patriotic common- Â¬ est of her colonial treasures and changed places at tho base of a shaft reared to tho stream of modern evonts commemorate Starks victory over a It did not suggest to tho presidents portion of Ilurgoynes army Mr mind that tho arbitrary and unjust re- Â¬ Ulalne whoso vacation has been a long strictions to which ho referred point to one was still loitering at liar Harbor tho conclusive ovldcnco that oven in Kach heard tho news before sunset tho colonial days American manufac- Â¬ The Pennsylvania republicans who in turing Industries then actually In their 18S0 wero against Blaine and for a third infancy needed no artificial nurturo or term for Grant all but formally de Â¬ dofenso Why did tho mother coun- Â¬ clared for Hlainos nomination In 1802 try think it necessary to Impose unjust When a rich father wishes in his last trado restrictions and exactions in or- Â¬ testament to disinherit a particular son der to secure tho American market for ho does not ignore him lest the con- Â¬ tho British manufacturer Why did tention bo mado that the omission was sho think it necessary to send two an oversight entitling tho youth under regiments and many more with them tho paternal ban to sharo with tho to conquor a market Obviously for other children Ho cuts him off with tho reason that manufacturers wero a shilling Tho Pcnnsylvnniuns do not springing up in America in splto of tho forget Harrison He is remembered arbitrary restrictions and exactions Ilo has his shilling Tho convention Is imposed by tho British government careful to Thcro could not havo been any other Damn with faint prutec nssont with civil lcor reason But for the development of And without Hneerlng touch tho roat to Hncor manufacturing in tho colonics tho yot nfrnid to strike WilllnR to wound nnd British manufacturer would havo held Just hint u fault nnd hesitate dislike the American market without tho in- Â¬ There is a perfunctory indorsement of tho Harrison administration main- tervention of tho British government ly because Blaine and Wanamaker aro with its arbitrary and harsh measures part and parcel of it But when the in their behalf It is an interesting and instructive platform makers reach Blaines name prniso is no longer faint There is fact which does not seem to havo the effusive laudation of ono of Pennsyl- Â¬ taught the president any moro than it Eulogistic opi has taught Mr McKinley that in spito vanias nativo sons thot is on tho frco list Blaines of the repressive measures adopted by diplomacy is superb It has electrified the British government which went so the hearts of all It has made the far as to declaro certain colonial American eagle a proud bird one that manufacturing concerns nuisances tho like Marlborough at Blenheim in the enterprise and genius of the colonists language of that arch flatterer Addison wero pushing both commerce and rides on tho whirlwind and directs tho manufactures with such energy and storm It has opened foreign ports to success as to alarm Manchester Not gates heretofore only without protection of any kind our commerce These magnificent achieve- Â¬ but in spite of the severest repressive barred ments justify the confidence and fur- Â¬ measures the American colonists wero nish new occasions for us now to re coming rapidly not only to supply their afllrm tho loyalty and devotion of the own wants but to supply tho people republicans of Pennsylvania to her of other countries with manufactures most distinguished son Not the loyal- Â¬ aud in fact they actually exported conty and devotion of 18S0 which wero siderable quantities of iron That was a century and a quarter decidedly lacking but tho loyalty and devotion of 1884 when Grant was not ago when the population of tho colo- Â¬ looking for a third term nomination nies must havo been less than four Just what nation James Gs superb millions and yvhen the prodigious diplomacy has caused to tremblo in the natural resources of tho country wero presence of the grand old englc just almost unknown And yet tho presi what commercial gates heretofore dent and Air McKinley assure us that barred he has opened to the products now with an enterprising energetic of America the Pennsylvania eulogists and enlightened population of sixty of the favorite son do not stop to four million with resources the most specify and it is imaginable that they varied and in many respects unsurdo not particularly care They put passed with the best of industrial ap Blaine to tho front Harrison to tho pliances and with the best means of in rear and though they abstained from tercommunicatio i natural and artififormal declaration of preference the cial our industri aro poor feoblo innotice to Harrison is unmistakable He fants that would oerish miserubly if they wero wean from the governmay cherish hope of a reuomination enough to say that but ho cannot have the delegation from ment bottle It the second state in the union a state they olter a gross insult to the Ameri- Â¬ that gave Harrison a plurality of eighty can character Chicago Herald thousand CONTEMPORARY COMMENT Though upon taking thought tho Pennsylvania convention chose to omit Hood says ho Russia from its formal resolutions tho direct Of course That thatjust likes kind of is tho statement that wo earnestly express country that that kind of a man would the hope that the republican national like Detroit Free Press convention of 1392 may place In unan Plain everyday folks Senator imous nomination for tho presidency which nomination we feel will be fol- Â¬ Carlisles phrase to describe tho mass of democratic voters will take its placo lowed by a triumphant election Hon James G Blaine of Pennsylvania at once in tho political vocabulary and Maine yet its purpose was made Albany Argus Tho Pennsylvania republicans in clear Mr Blalno is entered for the race Mr Harrison is served notice dorse Mr Harrison view Mr Wana- Â¬ that his claim will not bo regarded maker with satisfaction and nominate When Harrison selected Blaino for tho Mr Itlainc for president Meanwhile chief place In his cabinet he may havo Mr Quay who ignores himself In his fancied that ho had shelved a formid- Â¬ resolutions is quietly fixing his claws able rival Whether thero was any on the next senatorial term Indianunderstanding tacit or expressed be- Â¬ apolis Sentinel Drawing a government pension al Â¬ tween these men regarding the rouom inntion which one term presidents usu- Â¬ ways promotes longevity In thonaturnl ally seek is not likoly to be known savo order of things death should reduce the by themsolves Mr Blalno himself a number of pensioners on tho rolls of man of moods who scorns to fear each tho pension bureau Instead of that ache and shiver of advancing ago as a they are constantly increasing and veritable death summons has not de- Â¬ about ull of the old soldiers bid fair to clared his purpose as to 1802 nor has livo even longer than tho veteran sailor Chicago Herald ho committed himself to any public expression favoring tho ronomlnatlon Mr Harrison is working tho Eu- Â¬ of Harrison If Harrison shall find ropean famine very hard in the inter-Â¬ Blaino utterly selfish ignoring wholly ests of his reuomination boom But it the restraint which a cabinet ofllccr comes too lato to do anything except to puts upon his political ambition when demonstrate that nothing short of a his chief is in the field ho will havo famine in Europe will ovorcomo the learned ono phase of tho Blalno char- Â¬ McKinloy IIarrlson antl trado policy acter of which ho had sufllelcnt warn Â¬ sufficiently to move out our breadstuff ing In the mans public career Ho was surplus at good prices St Louis Be exalted to tho speakership and abused public that great trust for his personal enrichTho worst thing that has been ment Tho ofllcor who was false to said of Mr Harrison in a long tlmo was tho nation will oxporienco no qualm of tho statement in ono of his pccullur conscience no sting of compunction organs that the president has moro of In disappointing Harrisons expecta Â¬ Mr Wanamakers socloty than that of tion of his conduct regarding a presi- Â¬ any othor mombor of tho cabinet It dential nomination Whether or not Is quito ovldcnt that not circumstances Blalno will bo a candldato will depend merely but tho presidents personal upon the condition of his health or tho preference brings this about It Is not outlook as he may see It Tho man who strange that tho Blalno boom Is boom- Â¬ made the canvass of 1884 and lost will ing N Y World not lightly enter upon another trial Tho prudent friends of Thomas But it is not likoly that HarrUons B Beed will regret hopes or fears will glvo him a mo- Â¬ recent utterances on that gentlemans tho question of ments uneasiness Chicago Times reciprocity Ho Is reported as saying that arrangements of this sort aro at- Â¬ HARRISON QUOTES HISTORY tempts to carry on commcrco by diplo- Â¬ A Grosa Insult to tho Character or the macy and to havo addod that tho American 1eople commercial world can only do Vusluess In his spcoch at St Albans President on great commercial principles not on Ilarrlson quoted from another speech correspondence between state depart- Â¬ mado at tho same placo fourteen years ments Tho sneering reforenca to a ago this sentence Trading Manches Â¬ schema which is converted into law by ter sent two rogimente to conquer a a measuro which he himself supported market This the president said re is an imputation on his party loyalty called to hi mind the fact that one of and the Ignorance which it displays isa the great motives of resistance on the rejection upon his knowledge and reÂ¬ part of the colonies wh the unjust source as a statesman St Louis tra4e restrletlone and exactions whlot Globe Democrat Rep DLAINE AND t V Hiael Green Herald WJWOWt OOOPSK HAZKL QKK1N rlUkir t KY IN THE LIONS Tbo DEN Fair Olrous TraIo Doath of Performer lr My mother was a refined woman and ran away from a homo of luxury and pride for loyu of my father who Was a somewhat celebrated tight ropo dancer And although it would seem that sho gave up everything and gained nothing I do not thlnic that she ever regretted It Not that I would bo understood as counseling wealthy young ladles to elopo with circus performers I only mean to be understood that jny mothers love for my father outlasted passion poverty and time Itself She used to ride in tho ring some Â¬ times but my father was never willing Still sho persisted because her grace and beauty attracted so many more to tho circus and you know that upon tho crowd a show of this kind draws do- ponds its existence Ono night when I was about ten years old and had begun to mako my rtelf useful In small juvenile parts we were exhibiting in Monmouth a largo town which gave us extra good patron- ago U he people wore loud in their ciiUs for Mine Zolnnlro for so my mother was designated on tho bills and she anxious tc please thorn ap Â¬ peared on Sultan her favorite horse O twasridlng balanced bn my fathers shoulders when sho dnshod Into tho ring and even now I can recall just lior very looks as sho How past us Sho was tall and slight with raven black hair and eyes and a complexion pure and oroamy as a water Illy Hut now excitement had lent her checks an unwonted flush her oyes were like dia Â¬ monds and her white shoulders gleamed Hko Ivory through tho misty juoft which drooped over them I felt a slight shudder shako my fathers frame for ho had grown strangely nervous of late In regard to her riding and ho put out his hand as if to stay her course Sho smiled gayly and shook her head at him and as sho did so crash eamo ono of tho heavy tent poles to the mirth and as it foil It swept down in its fatal course Sultan and his rldor In a cloud of dust My father Hung me away from him ns If I hud been a stick or a stone and went down on his knees beside tho doad horse and tho dead woman For both wore doad my mother with tho senile frozen on her face and tho sweet yViycs wldo open just us they had1 last ilficd themselves to meet tho gazo of him sho loved My father raised hor up and boro her nwuy to our own private tout and shook oft thn kind frlonds who would have glvon him help and sympathy as j if they wcro wild boasts Poor man1 said tho ringmaster his wiU have loft him Lot him alone hell bo bettor by and by And then thoy all tried to soothe my childish grief but I know no relief until some time in tho gray dawn of tho next wretched day I sobbed myself to Lft riM ringmaster was right My wvi I fathers mind was utterly lost and the day after tho funeral of my mothor he was found doad on hor grave The Mover hinted to mo how ho died but I ltayo littlu reason to doubt that ho perished by his own hand After ovorythlng Was over Mr Page ono of tho proprietors of tho circus called mo to him and said Well Tommy Crostmorc my boy what aro you going to do I burst Into tours and said T did not know I only wanted to die and bo wtyhniy dear mother Mr Pago was ono of tho kindest- hearted men hi tho world and ho soothed my grlof as best ho might and offered to adopt mo as his own child and bring mo up to tho prqfcsslon Ilo had a daughter named Inez who was two or three years my junior Sho had a tutor and was being educated fm u lady and when I joyfully ae wcpted Mr Pagos kind offer ho pat Â¬ ted we on tho head and bald I should x have homo book learning and should share his daughters studios Till pleased tQ extremely or I had a pawdon for books and I loved Inez wUH my whole soul And this study- the r would be so uelightiuu years went on my attachment SSI CSKbtWm frew and strengthens and If i i3HlMMlttsweve all learned perfectly Fit fXlk JliW ttd if I ftoi 0 wonderfully well wit ny ttnmee oar tutor saw it wm at Kureuwv awing w w nov win nr Tf B and de ee ntade all tnlttgn v3 Â¬ f Circuses aro In ill roputo among some poppfc as I am vory well nwuro and when I suy that I am a circus perform Â¬ er and that my parents were circus performers boforo me I do not expect much Interest or sympathy from that class of people who bollovo that circus performers arc a grudo below thu aver ago of humanity Hut nevertheless it is a fact that wo people who ride burobaek horses swing at the risk of our worthless lives from tho ffiddy trapeze leap through blazing hoops and double ourselves into footballsIt Is a fact I say that wo havo heartsnay ovon houIs quite as much as legs and stomachs Â¬ was culled a good artist- - for our names wcro somewhat pretentious but my heart was not In it Tlio dream of my life ww to mako a fortune mnrry Inez ami take her to Italy and thcro under tho skies of porpotual sum Â¬ mer let llfo slip away In lovo and peace A very useless and romantic sort of life I suppose you will say but tho prospect was delightful to mo I think It was none the less so to Inez for I had often spoke to her about It and wo had no secret from each other When Inez was about slxteon Mr Page added soino wild animals to his show A couplo of lions three tigers an Arabian camel several monkeys and an elephant Tho elephant was a trained one and could do lots of amusing tricks and tho lions had boon tamed and were consid ered perfectly harmless With the animals came their keeper Ills name was Carl Andrus I believe he was of Spanish parentage but ho was Amcrlcun born and well educated People called him extremely hand some and ladles who came to see the animals went wild over tho keeper but to my mind Andrus was an evil sinister looking fellow and from tho first I distrusted him Of course you havo anticipated that ho fell in lovo with Inez indeed it could not well havo been otherwise for Inez was so lovely and bewitching that all who camo within tho sphere of her influence were fascinated Sho gave him no encouragement for tho dear girl was no coquette and in the world she loved only me Andrus exercised a certain sort of in fluence over her owing perhaps to tho strong mosmorie power which wus his and to which no doubt ho owed much of his success in subjecting wild animals to his control Ilo had not been a fortnight with our troupo boforo ho declared his lovo for Inez in tho most passionate terms and He was was very quietly rejected angry and charged her with loving me and she proudly confessed It At first Andrus was very cross aud sulky but after a time ho rallied and was very sweotnndooinplnisantto both Inez and myself By and bv ho offered to teach her his art of lion taming Mr Pago caught at tho idea greedily for although a good man In other respects ho was ready to do almost anything to make money and ho foresaw that a female lion trtmor would bo a great acquisition to bis exhibition An announcement that a young and lovely woman would enter the den of wild beasts would draw thousands Inez loved her father and was quito ready to do anything to please him and besides there was a wild spirit of adventurous daring in tho girl which made the idea of danger attractive to her When first 1 heard the project mentioned I was filled with dire appre I distrusted hension Andrus more I distrusted tho wild beasts As than for tho lions they seemed harmless enough but a lion is a lion and can never change his nature 1 besought Inez with all my powers of persuasion to give up the mad project but sho only laughed at what she called my nervousness And when I would havo forbidden hor by right of the lovo 1 boro hor from thus putting her life in peril sho kissed me aud said I was a cross old tyrant and ran away to tell Andrus that sho was ready for So It went on for her first lesson several weeks Inez entered tho den with Andrus and under his tuition was becoming very export at the busi ness of lion taming Tho animals wcro really getting quito fond of hor and sho was losing all fear of them very Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ No exhibition had yet taken plnco in public but Mr Puga decided to adver- Â¬ tise tho new attraction forthwith and In splto of my wild entreaty that he would no longer risk his childs life fast among those savage brutos the bills wcro printed As wo had all expected the bait took with tho public and on tho night ap- Â¬ pointed for tho debut of Inez tho vast tent was filled to overflowing I havo novor seen such a crowd at any show boforo or since lust before I was to go Into the rln In some of my aerobatlu performances Inez sought mo out and Hinging her arms around my neck kissed mo pas siouately dont saut she Dear out Tom look so cross I apt going to make all our fortunes Kiss me dear and wish mo success Tho bell rang Iho curtain rolled further back tho band crashed their brazen instruments and tho multitude cheered till I seemed to grow deaf and blind Then the door at tho back of tho cnge opened and Andrus wont In among tho beasts Ho was cool and self possessed but I had never seen him look so palo There was something in his oyo npt unlike tho expres- Â¬ sion In the yellowish orbs of his own wild beasts Hoth lions were crouching Prince tho larger one was half asleep but Cain the younger and more playful of tho two was as usual wide awako Andrus made a few passes of his ham around tho heads of tho animals and then tho door opened to admit Inez Never luwPI seen hor look half so beau tiful and I did not wonder that the crowd grew almost frantic In their wild demonstrations of delight Sho was clad In atunicof bluovolvet spangled with golden stars her neck and arms wero bare and ovor her Ivory shoulders fell tho long glittering masses of her hair braided with strings of rarest pearls A deep Hush was on her checks her eyes were bright with excitement and tlmro was a fearless Â¬ ness in her mien ns she went forward to Prince which quito won my admira- Â¬ tion while at the same time it filled me with nameless terror She put lier soft hands on his head and the creature aroused from his sleep aud turned his noso so that it rested against her arm uttering at the same time a low grunt of satisfaction As stood there breathlessly watch- Â¬ ing every motion I saw Andrus give Cain a sharp thrust in tho side with a barbed spear he held and as ho did so Cain sprang forward witli a fierce growl and seRed my poor Inez In his Simultaneously the ferocious jaws black hearted Andrus dashed open the door of tho cage and lied It was then that Prince aroused himself and with a roar that shook the place to its foundations he turned upon tho now cowering and frightened Cain Such a fearful combat as ensued I trust 1 may never seo again I had broken from those who would havo held mo buck and thrown my Â¬ self into the den at tho very first and over my prostrate body as I clasped my dead lovo to my heart those two kings of tho forest settled their deadly revenge Cain lay Prince was victorious crushed to atoms in his iron jaws and when only blood and broken bones re mained of his adversary Prince came to my side and looked down upon the dead face of his gentle mistress with eyes in which I am sure I read an al- Â¬ most human grief He touched her carefully with his huge paw he put his noso to her cold cheek and then turning away ho hid his face in his paws aud for two days they told me afterward he would neither cat nor drink For weeks after the death of my darling I was mercifully unconscious wrestling in the grip of brain fever but which came near being fatal youth and a good constitution triumphed and I camo back to llfo and to a sorrow which shall never end until I clasp hands with her on tho other shore You ask what became of Andrus When lie left tho cage on that fatal night he had to pass through the den of the tigers Ilo had lost his self possession and the beasts made a meal of him It was just as well for him for I should have killed him tho moment I had gained strength enough to do so for I knew then as I know now that he had sworn Inez should never bo mine thatho would give her to death sooner than to me and he doubtless goaded Cain to the fatal at- Â¬ tack As for me I travel still with tho cir- Â¬ cus Prince Is 1113 especial eaie Wo live together a great deal and I feci for him such a love 1 suppose as other men feel for their families lie Is getting toothless and purblind but his noble spirit still remains and I never can forget that he killed mj darlings craven murderer and would have saved her if lie could Hero Strong In N Y Weekly Â¬ 1 Â¬ HARRISON Â¬ vvl M Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ nfl Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lull fur the Iuplln In some of the sehools of Chill when a boy becomes boisterous he Is sent to jail aud for this purpose there are min Â¬ J snatched her to my breast and kissed tho sweet mouth tho softYdieek tho shining hair and onco more be Â¬ sought her not to risk tho feat alio was about attempting I Jut sho was tlrm and I lot her go faellug much as tho mourner feels when lio sees tho eotlln lid shut down ovor all that ho loved 1 wont about my duties with little Jioart and no spirit I did not caro whether I pleased tho crowd or not More than onco I heard tho whisper going around Tom Crestmoro Is falling fust About played out etc but yhat did Â¬ iature prisons Thoy aro dark vaults each just largo enough for a person to stand In where tho student is locked and left to medltato After remaining six hours In one position ho is general ly tractable if not ho is loft until ho is A largo corner room Is fitted up as a chapel with Humorous shrines cou fessiouals Images etc There Is also a theater with elevated stage mov- Â¬ able scenes footlights aud green room As coeducation Is not permitted and i a young lady should associate on tho stage with tjio other sox sho would bo disgraced for llfo tho boys aro com Â¬ pelled to don petticoats whenever tho exigencies of the drama require And great fun thoyx seon to consider It Pittsburgh lllspntch Â¬ Â¬ I caro JiEra sfet V C t fcl Ki to me l t jevjjCvifrt jrwn wm Ho Nover hotter in my life She Is Is your love for mo growing the wild beasts was drawn upl Such whispering and sly Joking among the cold you scorn so indifferent so un- Â¬ young mep and such oparae speehe demonstrative Has anything wltli rfereno to the fair AuUHk He Why no jfou foolish little glrL apMokew for whlelt I eottUl kav torn To htorrow as you know I take part out tki heart were C wot for tfce in the football match game and I am iaofc that we player Have to beer in pnaaled to decide whether to make a aUeneewhaiTre would Indignantly re will or run enaneee on nty aoekleat w to eirons nna tent if we belonged to any other life polfoy Arkaneaw Traveler air when tho curtain which concealed Such a burst of applause as rent tho Edwin Sho Taking Clmnco Are you not woll this morning u Mi t ti Wta n zrr-wn-tj- rTj HOME HINTS AND HELPS USEFULNESS OF THE WASP If P ir Is w 1 V ft atcd solution of nlum la wntcr used liot is also very ufllcnclous A plcco of Jlniinol or nnpkln folded lenffthwlso and dipped in hot water and vrunf out and thon applied round the neck of the child that has the croup will sometimes bring- relief in ton minutes Canned Sardines make very nice sandwiches Remove skin and bones and rnl the llsh fine Mash tho yolk of a hard boiled eg add a little melted butter and lemon juice and mix to a pusto with the ilnh and then spread be Â¬ tween thin slices of buttered bread A pretty idea in house furnishing Is to hang thb pictures with ribbons of a color to harmonize with tho decorative motif in tho room A youthful mistrss of a pretty country home recently furnished has in her own particular apartments walls of pale rose color upon which pictures in white and gold frames are hung with delicate blue ribbons N Y Sun Pineapple Icu Cream Slice two large pineapples in thin layers scatter between tho layers two pounds of pov dered sugar and let stand three hours Then chop nnd cut line und strain through a seivo into three pints of cream beat this gradually and freezeIt is improved by reserving a few pieces of pineapple until tho cream ta half frozen Then cut into bits and add with a pint of whipped cream Very delicate Detroit Free Press Shrimp Salad Lino a glass dish with crisp lettuce leaves Mix together one plato prepared shrimps boiled and picked two stalks of celery pinch of salt IMacc among tho lettuce leaves Over this pour a dressing made as fdl lows One gill of cider vinegar tea spoonful of mustard pinch of sugar yolk of one hard boiled egg well mashed Itring to a boil then cool Cut white of egg into rings place an olive in cich and arrange about the salitl Ladies Home Journal French Pancakes Six eggs one pint of cream one ounce of butter biat the whites and yolks of tho eggs sepa rately bent a pint of cream till it is stiff then beat the eggs and cream to gether put a little piece of butter into an omelet pan over quick lire put into it aspoonful of the mixture fry itvery quickly but it into a dish in the oven rolling it as you take it from the pan putting a little grated sugar between it the pancake will rise in the oven do not fry them till they are required as they must be served very hot Cheese straws are also made from pulT pnstc Roll out some paste until it is about as thin as a fifty cent piece Cut it into strips about four inches Jong by an inch and a half wide Put a lit tle lich English cheese down the center of half the strips and lay the other half of the strips over them Urash the straws with a little white of egg put them in the oven and bake ihem till tho paste is thoroughly done Servo the Straws hot or cold and gar nish the plate containing them if you desiro with 11 little green parsley N Y Tribune Blueberry Cake For one sheet of cake use one generous pint of Hour half a pint of milk one gill of sugar one egg two heaping teaspoonfnls of bulc ing powder half n pint of blueberries and two tablcspoouf uls of butter Mix the baking powder sugar and salt with the Hour and rub through a sieve then work the butter through the Hour Beat the egg till light and add the milk to it Add thifi to the dry ingredients and beat well 2sow add tho berries stirring as little as possible Spread the mixture in a well buttered shallow baking pan having it about an inch and a half thick Bake in a moderately-quick oven for about twenty five minutes and servo hot Boston B jdgct DUST CLOAKS Â¬ Llmc wntcr Is good for chilblains TJbo it both strong nntl hot A suttir An Intent Thnt Attend Strictly to KaMiim It Own - who can tell us tho good purpose for which tho wasp was created oxcept that it bo that ho may destroy other noxious insects which in itself can hardly be esteemed a good purposes when all things animate in nature are themselves tho fated noxious insects includcd declarcd to bo mndci for a good purpose But the wasp if wo are placed in a safe position to study it conveys two excellent lessons tho caro of its children and attention to its own instead of other peoples business It is an excellent provider for its family lnying in supplies long ahead and it is as most of humanity ban testify a inosl vigorous and determined protector of its home and kind The wasp has archi- Â¬ tectural skill of tho highest grade and his houses neither decay nor fall to pieces except where tho stronger force of man or any accidental intrusion of a heavier power knocks them to nieces Early in the summer the common paper wasp builds her house She makes it of that material which man lias only re- Â¬ cently discovered to be among the most durable substances for oven the heaviest purpose the paper of wood pulp and like an economic householder who knows the evils of middlemen and con tractors she furnishes her own wood pulp chewing woody fibers with her jaws and making them into a paste mon mud wasp builds most beautiful cells of earth which she often fastens to the rafters of houses She lays one egg in each cell and then fills the cells with dead insects spidersilies and so forth as a store of provisions on which the young wasp shall feed when its Bholl is broken and it is yet too weak and small to scratch around for itself The mother wasp then fills up the en- Â¬ trance to the cells With mud and departs it is beliovcd to die her work well and faithfully done In the spring the ova are broken the young wasps nourished by the food supplied them grow in strength nntil they are enabled to burst the bnvriors at tho doorway and they go forth to follow the same round of life which their parents followed before them As to wasps attending to their own business this they do strictly If you Tho philosopher ban not yet risen which hardens into paper The com- Â¬ Hm vk Cktfte Ik luHl Knag Cltjr Xy The ChlcagoBt Paul Kaunas City Rail way atinouuces a Harvest Excursion at rcUy reduced rate to principal points in tho West Northwest Southwest aad South on September 29th tickets food for thirty days and covering the greatest variety of routes For rates maps and other Informatloa year by year tho necessity of remedy Â¬ pertaining to this popular route qallouor ing tho evil becomes more urgent address any ticket ageut Somo tlmo ago tho government took Tkxmk is a native savagery In every tho matter in hand employed a number breast that loves to sit in the dry lUelf and of distinguished sanitary engineers vand watch thoso who are caught out la the prepared a scheme for a system of sow rain Rums Uoru crago which is generally adipttted to bo tho best and cheapest that could bo de- Â¬ The Only One Kvar related Caa Vea Flad the Word vised It was proposed to pay for tho Thero is a S inch display advertisement improvement by Ijalf tho octroirccolpts in thlB paper this wcok whioli has no two of tho citJ but Franco will not consent worda atlko except ono word Tho samo Is nnd demands tho appointment 6fah in truo of each new ono anrcarlng each week Co This ternational commission of three oxperts from The Dr n Hurler Medicine everything houso places Crescent on to study tho question to invito plans thoy mako and publish Look for It Bond and tp decide which is tgTio adppted them tho nutno of tho word and thoy will no ildn tobo adopted unless accepted rot urn you book beautiful lithographs or samples frco by all three expects unanimously The successobject of this proposition is cloar and fullIn getting through a falluro rwnnA rlanlVill XX r Vliimuv tin unless It is modified tho drainage plan depends onli a mans lie abilities on Wash must bo abandoned at least for the ington Stor present Boston Transcript Tli r 00 Harvest Kxcurslon It is doubtful if tho rccordpLcarly Q R R Tho Burlington rotito 0 B expcnditurcsof any great man begins will sell from principal stations on its linos with a more crcditnblo disbursement on Tuesdays August 2Q and Sent 15 and 29 at Lmti Rates to than that of Webster while a pedagoguo Harvest Excursion TlokotsIn tho Farming principal clilos nnd points at Frycburg Me which is preserved Regions of tho Wost Southwest and North- Â¬ there as a memento Tho first chnrgo west For tlckots and further Information concerning thoso excursions call on your set down is for soap ono six pence Q ticket agent or address on January 0 J802 Tho items that fol- noarest C BGeul Pass and Ticket Agent P 8 Eustls low arc not unworthy of this begin Â¬ Chicago 111 ning They are A comb six poucc IIow nvEit her quills pencil mind after Bhodid vou got lior to changeJust 1 rejected you oncol seven penco and a book UHed a little mild Bos Cairo UnhmUkrnliif Cairo for a lone tlmo has been notor ious as pna of the most Mnhcalthful citidk of her slzo in tho world and fa likely to remain so unless he French can bo induced to abandon tholr prcsont obstructive policy in Egypt TJ10 t6vn is practically without drainage and -- Cfc XxelMi M Both the method and results wbta Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refresuiug to the taste and acts gently yot protnptly on the Kidheyi Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ remain until winter sets in when it your agent for further information and an safely be destroyed tho old wasps rates or address E 0 McCormick Gen liinir troiii and tho voiintr onis vat in P T Agent Cincinnati their eggs Bultfiwliilc tho waspis this morntngl Can I sco Mr X building it is 311st as well also to let Mr X went to n blowout Inst night liuleod him alone Ue will not disturbyou if ami is not rot prosentublo G113 Buffalo what kind of a blowout do hot disturb him arid htynctions roti ExpreHs soon become a source olirinterest and A Gonulno Harvest UxcurMon instritctipn to the household lessons Will bo ran from Chicago Mihvaukeo and indeed in industry and family affection other points on tho lines of tho Chicago -- N Y Tribune St Paul Hallway to points iu iMilwaukeo BEATING Ono Clido AVIu ro A In one of the Paris papers an Ameri Â¬ can has complained that tho tomb of LaFayctte is sadly neglected that no attempt has been mado to decorato tho grave although thero are thousands of Americans in Pnris Tho writer says ho found a ragged American flagon tho grave and this ho replaced by a now on In all Franco thero remains not ono person named LaFayctc Cincinnati Kxoitrsloni D nt One Cent1 per mllo Via 0 II on September 11 12 and 10 Tho rates will apply from all points on tio C II D K It on September 11 and lJ and tickets will bo good returning Septem ber 1H the occasion for this cheap ruto being tho dedication of the Odd Fel Â¬ lows Hall which when completed 3o not interfere with a wasp he will will bo one of tho finest buildings in Pains great not sting you They are however ex Â¬ the state of Pompeii spectacle Tho given under tho Last Days tremely sensitive and should not be auspices of thoOrdorof Cinclnnatus tho needlessly aroused When a mud Latonia Jockey Club races and tho Zoo concerts are among tho other attrac- Â¬ ivasps nest is found in the rafters of sountry house it is just as well to let it tions Cincinnati offers at this time Aslc tem effectually dispels colds head- Â¬ aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the only romedy of its kind ever pro- Â¬ duced pleasing to tho taste and ac- Â¬ ceptable to tho stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its oflects prepared bnly from th6 most healthy nnd ngrccnblo substances its many oscollcnt qualified commend it to nil nnd havo mado it tho most popular romedy known Syrup of Figs is for salo in 50o and 81 bottles uy all leading drug- Â¬ gists Any reliable druggist who may not havo it on hand will pro- Â¬ ton Nows Harvest Excursions Itoducod Rates to the cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accopt any South Houthenst Wost and Northwest Soptombor 15th nnl 2Dth tho Chicago uubstituto eastern Illinois ltuijronu win sou iiouuu CALIFORNIA SYRUP CO Trip Harvest Excursion Tlckots to points in tho South Southeast West and North 8 AN FMN0IS00 CAL west at greatly reduced ratos For partic- Â¬ LOUISVILLE KY NEW YOntCIVr ulars inquire of Tlckot Agent tni OHIO EvnuTTUixo that glitters fa not gold WELL mused the ring fakir us ho disposed of tho Â¬ pursu-wolgh-slon n I Â¬ J Â¬ F0 1 Si whololot for flvo cents Jewelers Circular once Dont wnftuiitllyptiaroslckboforo trying Cartcrn Little Liver Pills but got a vial at You cant tako them without bonollt Ik touch with tho player tho bnnjo Mall and Express wlthnnr Cumuli Well fllnclilurry Tli only lf ctonlnit am TieriAct f Mt ilropplnif tool m um NYMAN sTIlwBilSvMtalafftt LOOMIS TUfflN 01110 BORE WELLS MraiUB THIS PAMUtntrttiM DRILL n s Ai m Tint host cough mcdlcino is Tlsos Curo for Consumption Sold overywhoro 25a Up in London tho boll of Mail und Express RA r FOIt OUn LARGE OATALOOUKer pUy 811DTT1R jc aooI tectlmonlalt WKAVKItS BIIOOIiD SKND AT ONC1 snnnearliist r r r 1 St Pauls ji I il A- SrjACOBs ru WITHOUT AN EQUAL JSMmk TRADE ReSaiN Sprains Bruises Is nw 7av tfiivmt oy CURES a RHEUMATI6M NEURALGIA LUMBAGO V SCIATICA Burns Swellings 3 i ai Â¬ abettor WiiftJHDp Stsitcil Weight tho Ilnh to tho number of men stood in frontoia L railroad ofllce on Clark street looking capovlllf P S llwliniovWlicatt good to SCO at an enormous muskallonge which crops tho stretched on iCe nerved lis nh advcrtisor Theymagnificent immense iu South Dakota uro simply fishing grounds ment of the roads One of the men glancing at the card Tun wash of tho ocenn of which wo henr which announced the weiglit of tlie bo much Is probably dono 911 tho goaboard fish said with a sneer croHslngtho lino llultuiioru American Tllirty five pounds Ill hot twenty i it doesnt weigh thirty four Pain from indigestion dyspepsia nnd too dollars Do hearty eating Is mlluveil nt orti o by talcing Anybody want to take mo up Pills immediono you5ho added speaking tb a young atelyofufCarters Little Liver this lor dinner Dont forgot fellow who came out of theofUce M Tim short haired woman must talto her Do I what cuo Waul to bet on tho weight of this fono from somebody olsc when sho iiccuh Galveston News Western Minnesota Northwestern Iowa South and North Dakota Nebraska Kan sas Colorado Utah Wyoming and Mon tana at cheap excursion rates September 2 191 For further particulars apply to tho nearest opinion ticket agent Or address GnoHIUiAXrpjtu Gonl Puss Agt Chi- Â¬ PROMPTLY AND PERMANENTLY CATAIlREt Bost Iiislcit to uie P ISOSthoItKMKDYhis1ORoquul Uollct A curo Is certain lor Inmicdluto Clicapust no Cold lu Head It J rl nostrils 1 i Jtlsnn Ointment ot COo lrlco Address Hold by drugntoto which n mnll pjirtlclo in ajjpllcd to tho or Btiit iiy mll 11 U E M BARTLETTS Commercial College Â¬ tha vntlrc building abovn tlio ground floor Oldott lurgtil and oliinpcntln ttiu world Heud iirllliiitratert catalocUtt Noa lOit 101 and 10 W a oarlb Wtrrt CIhcImwiM li T haxkltikj NVurron la OWING TO INCREASED PATRONAGE TI1I11 Cnllrpo ban rcmovrd to tho larernt bulldlnr In city aulmble or riluuutlonul purpoaei occupying- - tht V 4 J PNociiAwaa or climate nekdhd lliincly GfirinontH to li Worn When Truv oIIiik Si JW y t ft- - Bust cloaks for traveling in drawing-room cars aro of shot silk and arc handsome enough for wearing in open carriages when driving in the after noon while more simple and useful garments are of tho figured mohairs o g glossy alpacas with smooth surface Blue silk shot with yellow In taffotus or in armuro makes n pretty cloak and others aro of cool looking gray with blue or the dark gold and black or brown with blnck The silk cloaks are made full and ore shirred into shape by many gathered tucks around tho neck and cords or slmplo gathers at tho wnist lino The sleeves are of enormous size with full frill at the wrists or turned back cuffs and there is a deep frilled collar Paris modiste use handsome white guipure lncos on these- cloaks as a yoke or else as bretelles with deep collar and cuffs to match A clonic of pale green wool ribbed like corduroy yet light in weight us cropon is a very elegant gar Â¬ ment when trimmed with white guipure lace Tho neat brocaded mohair cloaks havo stitched capes of three or four layers or else ecru lace is used for their garniture Square meshed cunvas in ecru beige or gray Bhodes has woven drawn work borders that servo as trim ming when made up in dust clooks Pew round full cloaks in peasant shape aro now seen though elderly ladles prefer them to closer fitted cloaka Pongees in dust colors gray and ecru ad dark blue surah are used for thesa elreMlara with shirred yoke and rows rf 8HlrrlnK at the walstliua lu the back Harpers Hasar Â¬ dust-sheddinÂ¬ Â¬ The card tells lipw much it weighs Oli I know what the card tellsibut I want to get tho real Weight ofiiftho fish liettweiilty dollars itdout wcigli thirty sfour pounds All right Ill go you The money was put up The fish weighed forty five pounds When tho defeated man was gone some one speaking to tho winner said You run a big risk Not much You see there aro a number of fellows who go around dis puting tho weight of railroad fish and are eternally wanting to hot that they will not weigh as much as tho card states and they dont as a rule but 1 fixed this one Tho original card gave the weight at fifty pounds but expecting a sharper along I changed it Arkansaw Traveler Â¬ v GshA Whats the usoof betting on f Evciit tracoof salt rhoum is obliterated bv Glenns Sulphur Soap Hills Uulr and Whisker Dye W cnts LITTLE Ju WE W1LI ASTHMA sm CURED M P HAHDLD HAYES BUTTAXtO l jhe ruck love of Bhow is a sort of pomp adora - Tnn whirligig of time a watch spring LIVER PILLS DO KOT GniPR NOR 8ICKEN 8un euro for SICK IIKAD- AVUli Impulrrd ilUtillonconttl- paiiouiorpll uiimuit I lifjr orouio 11111 urgini rcniure iiiuiri cm tlncti Mrlca effect on ICIiU B EHZ YOU TEfeTIMOWY PROM PJ JPLK WF0 LIVB 7 JE AH YOU CURED Dt Ancn remarks making fun of a bow l legged mam rjJ A jot lost and found again has been more m than doublcdf Rnms Horn Tub demonstration of catiltio Joy begins at tho end Doston Courier ILutnui calls his collection of pawnbrok ers tickets u loan exhibition Boston Post Â¬ X Y a HAY FEVER vr write to us von III W rxiflU O noyNniniiuiicr conautr ii3 imioux lmrvoiiH tut orunrM kiudiuii UrtlJUILY ACTION rxooara jii X VNAM till te e wr U Tub man that docs not boliovo thnt two hoads aro better than ono Is tho father of now twins Texas Sittings A JODN0C Is somothncs uwod In tho Btead Dhighainptoti Republican TtonnMfv coninloxlon by purlfylntT blood 1liiely Vkoetaiilb nu u i ltHlAIA AHnltlM Titrtrbetooinuch lchvJleontiliii4JcrrlfilnVt pocket Ilk lcl pcurll iitinliHiiH mntin grrit toiiTcnlcni e Takoi ltr thin iiiKr toldtTtr wlifre All enuin kooUi btarCrccnt ll M beds Â¬ Send 2 cent itamp You gt S3 pago book with mpli DR HARTER MEDICINE CO St louts Me MONEY-forallw-mes-MO- NEY Judge sonal friend of Abraham Lincoln A Warren county private having knocked down his captain was tried convicted and sentenced to the Dry Tortugas His friends urged Scoflcld to havo him re Â¬ leased so ho went to see tho president and told his story Listening attentive- Â¬ I tell you judge ly Lincoln replied go right down to tho capltol nnd you get congress to pnss an act authorizing a private soldier to knock down his cap- Â¬ tain Then come back hero and I will pardon your man The judo says that there was such an air of qtjlzzicul earn Â¬ estness and desiro to seryo him about tho presidents manner that they broke out in an outburst of laughter Th judge did not press the case further Harriaburg Telegraph Quizzed by Lincoln ilenni W Scoflcld was a per Â¬ Why nro seven days lllco a spell of sickness i DocauHO thoy mako 0110 week Dau2 1 Uith hud NEGRO PREACHERS AND TEACHERS Tnn modenf girl ofton longs for such n Illiighumton Uopubllcun WirrrscKvrri yon look onlfrfornrolil tliiulcm linclae JucltfQVliiirtriliiiiiy tid HIaVk faults something good at yourself l6ok for Whoa you look ut others try to sec Ituurs Uoru VauKliab lew book vunUMnif let- Vraderlck DoUKlflMlllhup hewmtnKeiiktor Ciillom TIUIUliyttOM8d 4iioney READ Latist Styles AIL THK UTUT rAKI TUHX W lAHW W4 -- a LfArtDLaMod r CHIOKKU trATM Att Kk Tun only mortal who has ever been per mnuontly cured Is tho Egyptian mummy Uulvcston News otbrM0 pavet Illiutrn blankii ppm etc 1EMIION BILL Clubi re now fonnliiif ev try vlier fttid ril nJoM JTXANR THII tXYXK OreiiilIlcti rnrlatttiUHiWrUl l3POnliltof yunrNawidlr yTjrMHHKfiibllbi MM nf rcxt Wiin doosyour vacation enui wcok Thou Pin going homo to huvo a good Capo Cod Item - lnKMVuiiliniblllilii rct ARflCflgonIs there anvthlnar taxable In Cranky Housekeeper Ycsj this houaol my patleuco Tnx higher class of military decorations come under tho hand of glltterisg generall Utx Washington Star up with the spartmMt arraaged line by having- his QueUe la swmm Yeakera rfnt aa abo Cungrtt In their Mhalf klnif tun cili and M montb for iol and differ nt amounu for etben Mayer Tawjrhani iw Hi book ttin lath writ torrbf tharcavr ten glva rMn why tha OoTrHWt kliouU KHdMuettrraHltiDi fermw luhrro 1I0B Writ at mi and jrp r mwmMJi k U pBr VaWnllafi Lun rirUtr Ko ohrir until th bill WANTED jr Â¬ ATELEMIK WOMC t PLEASAKT Far hM vim aMlMill mmm i bt eitt iln ouriftdNiUta VkJSWWJIn Y l Wmii3f9m tkktl T JrAti Ta nterprlalne bee - kep The world is full of men who never forget a promise that Is made to them That Inirf lar who b4 pals la IadiaKapcll Journal la mm WN222 erry OPIUM OBT TA VLJaVLlIJIr WNINCIfHAlWi cumo AT MOMM WITM AN I VftUM MM 4- trgr fUc rHi jw znzm jrM4iUlf I omwtrMM MTTIC araapiMMld ji rlwouf Wl fJiffi m fMmtl VfJ HH fl - ifT 1MO itiiayHSiiVK 4 Mi tfc AtmmmswmJm i i j- - rV - y OofrMi ft rv n tei L nwtiina mr wtm lyi IMJ- - w v C M 4M DBMOATlftBAMER J W Kendall to Knott County Kendnll fit JIlHtlmrtn Hph mthk M draw music from the bat Â¬ tle f ki rarty who a few daya hence will War to otfr countrys capital your commbwion to a neat in the foremost pop- Â¬ ular awembly upon tho face of the earth there wthe only new member from Kentucky to stand as your mouth piece in the advocacy of thoc sublime indus- Â¬ trial reforms now pressing for settlement m tliey never prcsaed before upon tho heart and brain of the Federal CongrcM v at the eleventh hour has thrown upon my a worthy shoulders tho delicate but grateful task of presenting this flag to your dauntless Democracy It was offered b him and won by you in eighteen hundred andninctys glorious autumnal campaingn when tho Democratic ban Â¬ ners danced in tho Kansas breezes un- Â¬ horsing tho emasculated sarcastic Ingalls and waved triumphantly over the three great Commonwealths that havo given to tho constitutional Democracy respectively tho sage Palmer the wizzard lipped Vilas and tho diplomatic DickinÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ FMXrrDjocRAris of KNorrMy grfty liiM4fitre wlioee manhood has hi wtJt than tho skies that bend over Knott county combined with a heart tenderer than tho wild honey suckles that dew laden kiss her limpid streams Sho too is glad to learn that Ilindmnn whero a fow brief years ago tho branches of tho primitive oak and poplar interlocked their topmost twigs bathing in tho equal sunlight has ten months of high school ably conducted with a happy industri ous progressive prosperous peaceiui people surrounded by the quiet simplicities of rural life solving their own prob Â¬ lems in their owu sweot way contented to be no longer disgraced by highland feud or border war that the supremacy of the law is felt and respected and that your best citizens arc banded together as one man successfully upholding law and order God blew and prosper Knott county and may her Democratic major ity never grow less Eloquent and appropriate speeches wcro mado by prominent citizens of Knott county ncceptiug the Hag Â¬ CONSUMPTION In ANNOUNCEMENTS 1891 Its 1802 KENTUCKY CENTRAL RAILWAY Si ULVB GRASS KOUTK arly stage can bs ourex HAZEL GREEN SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE FROM CENTRAL KENTUCKY ACADEMY Normal and Preparatory School FIRST TEIIM DKOINS ths prompt uss of Myers ChenyPectoral It aoothss by NORTH EAST WEST AND SOUTHWEST FAST LINE BETWEEN LEX1NG- TON AND CINCINNATI ferSCHKDULK IN EFFECT MAY 10 1851 No 1 Daily TO ALL POINTS aids sxpsotoratlon and hastsns rsoovsry ths Inflamsd tlssuss MONDAY SEPTEMBER 7 1891 t BouTii Bound Itatea of Tuition per Mnntb Dr Lows J C Ayer Jc Co I r Payable one half on entering School the other at middle of term 100 150 and 200 Â¬ Cincinnati Covington Mass Paris Lexington Paris Winchester Livingston Uiohtnond Corbin 8 18 am 8 08 nn 3 0Upin Ar 11 18 am 10 23 pm U lUpiu 1J lOnu wpm 7 uupm Daily Express IFst Le ExSun Le 8 luatu 8 00 pm 3 OOpiti tvo 0 IDally No 3 Accoui i -- i u Le Ar 1 1 Lo am 0 15 pm U I 12 VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE i The beautiful farm known as the I F Cockreil farm mar Kxel Ky is now offered ior Hale by its owner This is the moDt desirable situation in Morgan county nice dwelling of 7 rooms with two hallways large yard of elegant shade trees and evergreens two never fniling wells small nent store house on premises large burn anil all ueces sAry outbuildings good houses on farm for tenants large orchard with abundance of fruits of alt kinds best dlhtillery in the count desirable woodland and valuable timber a good store of general merchandise within 100 ynrds of dwelling only one half mile from town Kzcl where there are good schools churches etc Cause for suNing failure of my fathers health Desire to sell immediately Deed and title clear LULIE M COCKH1LL Apply to Â¬ son Gentlemen tho mora fact that you won ths standard when tho strongest precinct in our county failed to hold an election is in itself significant and ad Â¬ monishes that cluster of counties with Morgan at the head who prido them Â¬ selves upon big Democratic majorities and who in the fierce contests that lie behind us havo monopolized tho honors of this district in that respect that in their generous rivAlries in tho future ere either claim tho laurels she must await the news from Knott Slay I bo pardoned a personal allusion Twenty four houis before the ballots like tho flakes of a wintry snow storm upon your hills and valleys began to fall on that mcmorablo Nomvember morning jaded and worn and with empty hands I came to Knott county comparatively a stranger to your people The war eagles of your Democracy with one or two exceptions were absent aa witnesses at Winchester wholly unmind- Â¬ ful when they started that our fortunes wcro endangered This gave the battle to tho boys and right nobly and reso- Â¬ lutely did Duncragguns stripling speed he signal on By Him whose word is Deafness Cnnt be Cured s they cannot by local applications reach tho diseased portion of tho ear There is only only one way to cure deaf Â¬ ness nnd that is by contUitutional reme Â¬ dies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube When this tube gets inflamed you have n rumbling sound or imperfect hearing nnd when it is entire Â¬ ly cloed Deafness is the result and un- Â¬ less the inflamation can be taken out nnd this tubo restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh which is nothing but nn inflamed condition of tho mucous surfaces We will givo One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that wo cannot cure by taking Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circular free Â¬ Â¬ FREE SCHOLARSHIPS Any scholars takii g first and second honors on the completion of their courses in the Academy shall he entitled to a free scholarship each in Kentucky University A free scholarship in the Academy will be awarded to one punil from each of the following mountain counties viz Breathitt Clay Elliott Flovd Harlan Johnson Knott lice Leslie Letcher Lawrence Martin Magoffin Menelce Morgan Owsley Perry Pike Pow ell nnd Itowan provided such arrange ments have been iuad for the competitive examination b the common school authorities or with their consent as shall enable each student of common school grades to compete for the scholarship aud the appli cant therefor shall bear a certificate from the examiner that he has obtained the high est mark attained upon the examination in his count Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mlddlesborough Cumberland Jap Le Corbin Williamsburg Ar Jellico Le Iticlimoud Lancaster Ar Stanford Nokth Bound Stanford Lancaster Richmond Le Ar 1 35 pm 3 0 pm 4 50 pin 7 35 pm 7 50 pm 4 50 pin 5 45 Din 0 20 pm 1 50 pm 4 45 pm 5 20 pm No 2 lOnn 7 05 pm 7 55 pm i 11 V No 4 Daily a Express SC1 i S Dally 7 00 No Dailv Ex Sim am am 7 50 am 1015am 8 8 9 6 6 9 15 Â¬ DOARDIXG Ezkl KY i r JEraay iflUWrRPaJajK1 jOLLEGIATE JACKSON INSTITUTE KENTUCKY Or Central University Situation beautiful and healthful large two story briok building a faculty of com Toledo O pet2tit and experienced teachers Primary and intermediate departments all common Sold by druggists 75 cents Accademic and collegiate de branches partments Higher Knglish Natural and Charles Clay a white man living near Mental Sciences Iatin Greek German AlFull Nor Henderson Ky was arrested last week gebra Geometry Surveying Ac mal Course arranged especially for the on n very peculiar charge the warrant thorough training of teachers Business being issued against him at the instance Course giving practical instruction in busi ness forms and calculations commercial of James Henderson Clay is charged luw penmanship type writing dec Musical with having opened the eravo of Hen- Â¬ department organ and piano Hoth sexes F J CHENEY CO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MiddlesbHrough 58am i 25 am Corbin HS Livingston Ar Cue 11 05 am 11 15am Le Livingston Le ti 05 am 12 46 pm Richmond Ar 6 55 am 1 lupni Winchester 7 45 am 2 33 pm 2 pir Weik Everything Furnished Paris Le 7 00 am 2 00 pm 3 45 pm Lexincton 7 53 am 2 45 pm 4 25 pm We will be prepared to do better work Paris Ar 10 40 am o iupm 0 37 pm next session than ever before During the Covington Ar 10 55am 5 50 pm G 45 pat summer the school will be supplied with Cincinnati maps charts globes etc etc ou cannot find a better school in the W L MUNSON Trav Pass Act Cincinnati Ohio mountains of Kentucky Our rates are low C P Atmokb Knott our methods of teaching Normal we keep S BTraffic Manager Gen Pass Agt abreasi with the tide of education Our puGeneral Offices Louisville Ky pils are our best advertisement We refer S F B Morsk Asat Gen Pass Agt you to them Hazel Green is the prettiest town in East- Office Chamber of Commerce Building Cincinnati Oliio ern Kentucky free from many of ills of No 2 Daily to all points except Bnwland railway towns aud those of more popula tion ho saloons or harbors of temptation Division which is daily except Sunday No 1 Buns daily from Lexington to Cin- Â¬ The people welcome strangers and influences for good arc thrown around them cinnati No 2 Buns dailv All boarders will be under the supervision No 5 Buns dally from all stations exof the teachers Send for catalogues etc cept the Bowland Division which is daily We arc arranging to build a Dormitory that will accommodate 50 boarders and will have it readv for occupancy by the opening of school There will not be anv more trou ble about too hiffh board The cost of board will be Jellico Le Williamsburg Corbin Ar Cumbd UapLe 30 35 am 33 am 50am Sr i i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ jl Â¬ WM H CORD except Sunday ington No 3 No 4 May 8 1891 PRINCIPAL Daily except Sunday Daily between Cincinnati and Lex- Â¬ Â¬ n H dersons wife and having cut from tho right hand of the dead woman the fore- Â¬ finger Clay has been unlucky at cards and was advised by some of his compan- Â¬ ions of a sure way to secure luck name ly to visit n graveyard on a dark night open the grave of a female and cut oil the forefinger of her right hand Clay was credulous enough to believe in the truth I swear that that tempestuous receipt nnd acted on it He had no uight when mid wind and rain tho motive of robber v as was shown by his brooch and gem of your young manhood leaving untouched n valuable ring worn mounted upon wild mules and carrying on the left hand of the corpse lanterns threaded each mountain pass and roused tho unsuspecting claim to The following would indicate that action until liko a torront at its height there is still hope for tho paralyzed gathering strength from unnumbered Frank Cornelius Purccll Indian Ter tributaries you provod irrcslstable in savs I induced Mr Pinson whose wife your onward march will endure in your had paralysis in the face to try a bottle To their comrades memory so long as Democracy of Chamberlains Pain Balm is tho synonym of Right and tho river of great surprise before tho bottle had been gratitude glides unhindered to tho sea of all used sho was a great deal better Her the past The history of that struggle faco had beon drawn to one side but will remain unwritten To do it justice tho Pain Balm relieved all pain and Bore-iu-and tho mouth assumed its natural the whito hand of charity must needs wield a pen of iron grain Is also unequalled for rheuma- Â¬ shape Gentlemon this Knott countys en Â¬ tism lame back sprains swellluga and 50 cent bottles for salo by sign so long as it floats fair and free lameness from your temple of justice or is remem Rose Swango Â¬ m admitted morals of students carefully guard ed courses of study complete and thorough Session of 189 1 2 opens Tuesday Sept 1st dFor circular giving full information PnoK M C MAltlON Secy address Jackson Ky L II BtAXTOS D D Chancellor Â¬ TR J F LOCKHART gill Nos 2 and 6 make connections at Win chester for points on the N N M V E D No 2 Carries through cars from Cincin- Â¬ nati to Middlcshorough and Cumberland Gap uud all intermediate stations and runs daily J1LIV11 DENTIST EZEL KY t QCsf JL IN EFFECT MAY 18th 1891 466OOOO4 OLD KENTUCKY Newport News THE e60 ROUTE 4 41 11 FOR SALE THE CELEBRATED Mississippi Valley Co E D Sum Successors to 74 E Main S including about 200 acres of land on which is a snbstantial frame dwelling of 12 rooms The spring alone is very is offered for sale valuable and will soon pay for the place For terms etc apply to IIAKUtSON SWANGO Hazel Green Ky sep25w8 no Co 1 oGC ii WASHINGTON PHILADELPHIA BALTIMORE NEW YORK OLD POINT THE SEA SHORE And nil Eastern Cities The Direct Line to LEXINGTON LOUISVILLE ST LOUIS KANSAS CITY CHATTANOOGA MEMPHIS And all Points West and Northwest and South nnd Southwest Fast Fast Ml Accom KAST HOUND Express Daily Daily Daily ex Sun ex Siin R S STRADER J A SON Lail Stkkkt LEXINGTON KY in bered will emblem tho power and pres tige of an unparalclcd political victory achieved not only here but by patriotic legions uprising all over the Union It is typical and signifies that thoro are Mine things that can not bo bought and that this congressional district is one of them It demonstrates conclusively that a man without money with something else can still go to Congress It lays the unblemished sword of Democratic Knight hood across every individual who helped to win it aud than that under the cam py of heaven there ia no higher honor I need hardly assure you that I observo with infinate satisfaction that you so es teem it That grand old Democratic stronghold from whenco these colors come to you with G87 majority in an oil year for her own beloved houored son tips bows low and gracefully submits to High as hor hills ia Morgans Knott pride in Knotts majority for her citizen Congressman Every trtio blue Demo crat la this district from his heart sa Â¬ lute and thanks you This ia the old of the Ru volution with added stars I am ely sorry that like your De inoerftty it k not koine spui in ita very warp and woof that it might never wear out I would be reoreant did T not de Â¬ clare ttat your good and beautiful we Men oottlfibttted hugely to the resuH Tte mountain maid ho aejte thie benner and vow tpue and eUe wie-ke fUe a oooMecntie and meanlnir to Â¬ HMHHHHHMMHHLfl i J fC a4 lftfe 51 t TEACHERS INSTITUTE PROCEEDINGS With a new trimming machine a modern Clocks stapler fust job press an abundance of type ami superior workmen we are better pre Â¬ Sivango pared to print Institute Proceedings than DAVIS any oflleo in Eastern Kentucky Please eive AMOS WITH SPENCEU COOPER Tho Ex Confederato Association of us your orders Editor Herald Hazel Green Kv Wolfo county will meet in annual ses Manufacturers of sion on tho third Saturday in October f A T WOOII DAY 001 11 FDAY lsOl at Campton Ky All ex Coo fed Â¬ ATTORNEYS AT LAW erate soldiers are specially requested to AAlMIl JIUAM llVnllUMU TluuL96 W Pearl street Cincinnati 0 be present MHvsville St Ml Sterling Kv Practice in Montgomery Powell Meuffee Joseph 0 Lykixiv trHcadiuartcrsat West Liberty Ky Wolfe Breathitt Itowan Magoffin aud Mor Pits Wolfe Co Ex Con AWn gaa counties and Superior CoHrt and Court CLARENDON ef Appeals Cor Limestone Hnd Short sta lUdleonTodriorMadlnti county Ky Mworimink the only permanent cure Lexington Ky and given three- month in wa far all form of lwUch ami neuralgia jail for Roetlng threaten W H R03WELLTrK0tRiOT0R the pain in from 15 to 30 miti the gate of a man W diriv itai For sW jkxuUve guarantee at There mh Ahhx with 30 beard can be easily colored brown Tux HWAUV pflkt or t poatMU by Urg tH wfll ventjlata km Street Cam The mm iloor tvftv tvt iulauti bluer or black by using Buckinghams Dye imall ottSroipt of price 00 a box wIUiIh two kquareit of depou At this not bo too careful about keeping their Bilious and malarial bowels regular brought on by allowdisoascs aro often ing tho bowels to become torpid An ocÂ¬ casional dodo of St Patricks Pills Is all that would bo required and might pre Â¬ For sale by Rose vent serioussickness Â¬ Wholesale Dealers in Rev Joe Munday the actor preacher who a fow years ago evangel- Â¬ Straight Kentucky Whiskies ized in Louisville has bobbed up in Morganfield aa a dead game sport WIms Brandies c Sunday he preached to about 50 at FINE OLD WHISKY A SPECIALTY Henderson and yesterday he wanted to CIGARS AND TOBACCO Ho handled his cue pool at 110 a side Agents for Old Pugh Old Pepper Old too deftly for tho Morganfield boys Tarr and Old Taylor however and left tho placo for fresher ECIL HOTEL fields gloriously drunk Courier Jour- Â¬ WEST LIBERTY KY nal S W CECIL Jn PnopRiKTOR season of the year peopla can Tho li Is m II j Lexington Le Winchester Mt Sterling Olive Hill Ashland Cattlettsburg Huntington WKST BOUND 6 15pm 7 35 am 5 7 00pm 8 23am 7 7 30pm 8 52am 7 a 03pm 10 4Qam 10 10 30pm 12 15pm 10 11 45pm 10pm 45pm 00pm Ar 43pm 07pm 12 12 23pm 50pm Ulgj j EZEL KY Huntington Cattlettsburg Ashland Olive Hill Mt Sterling Winchester Lexington 20pm 6 00am 39pm 6 25 am 1 50pm 0 37 am 3 03pm 8 20am 4 00 am 4 32pm 10 27am 6 25 am 4 fijjpin 11 15 am 7 15 am Ar 5 30pm 12 05pm 8 05 am 1 1 Le c and lias Vestibuled Pullman Bullet Sleepers between Louisville Lexington Washington New York aud Old Point Comfort This train is made part of the celebrated East of Huntington on the C Limited Vkstiuulkd Kxpiikss runs daily F F V This new hotel has just been opened for the reception of guests Fare excellent good sample rooms livery stable in connection Hates reasonable auJd 3f f Watches rtt-imZ-- S Sun day between Lexington and Huntington Make direct connections at Huntington with CAO At Ashland with S V Bv At Winchester with ly C B B north and south bound nnd at Lexiiigton with L N L 8 ami C N O A T P Bailroads Fast Mail Trains run daily except O route Â¬ JwH -- Â¬ w BETTMAN BROS Co - oiiomro adll Connect at Winchester to and from K C points and at Lexington with L S B B for Louisville For full information in regard to Bates Boutes etc apply to any Agent of this or connecting lines or to H E Huntington C L Brown G P A V P and M S dation daily except Sunday Lkxinoton and Olivk HuJi Accomo Â¬ G W G A Baunky LKXINOTON KY G Lexington Ky W S A Harrison Ashland Kv T DAY THE n435 - tUv iWdt Km Mks LOU DAY Proprietress This house has been recently refitted and refurnished mid tho table is at all times sup plied with tho best in the market Bate reasonable Sample room attached and speÂ¬ cial rate to commercial men Patronage Is respectfully solicited aly re BoUUt HOUSE Hazel Green Ky The jtwtly cclebmttd x Ptftrrvtiili at 10 cu Iwt4 awl the boat pencil in town at 5c npiece O this rUe cnt uAl IWI1M dottnr