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SPENCER COOPER Ovvnor and Editor Hazel Green Herald 0f a Noisy World With News From All Nations Lumbrlng at Hla Baolc 100 A YEAR Always in Advance seventh yeah haze jg keen wolfe county ky fhiday7octo3eh ioisoi OVER THE WORLD IN A NUMBER 30 WE DO THE ANNIHILATION 4 JtJtICZJEJSI -- WEEK Aarion saloons Intl has a crusado against l M R JU l o OF o- - Hlaincs physician says tho bccretary is greatly improved Spain and Portugal are negotiating a treaty of conunereo Ex Mayor A F Hole of Corry Pa committed suioido there Many lives wero lost at Brest France by storms on tho ea Heavy rains are making it very un pleasant for the boomers of Oklahoma The steamer Chickasaw struck a snug Cargo badly near Memphis and sunk damaged Indinnipolis ex soldiers arc consid- Â¬ ering a plan to erect a monument to tho memory of Oliver P Morton in the state house grounds The Mexican consul atSan Antonio Tex says there is no truth in tho story that 200 whites wero massacred in Mex ico by Indians Tho rescuers at work in the Richard sqn colliery at Gilcarbon Pa have given up all hope of reaching the six entombed miners alive a vessel was OH Newberg Scotland explosion resultseen to be on fire An ed and vessel and crew were blown to atoms it is believed Ralph Lock wood Sr an old veteran of Norwalk 0 suicided in a cistern He was insane from sores on his limbs contracted during the war Chancellor Von Caprivi has given orders that the first prosecutions bo be Â¬ gun against socialist workmen for attack- Â¬ ing him at a public meeting It is reported that when tho French chamber of deputies assembles the nego tuitions for a formal treaty of alliance with Russia will be presented The dead bodies of Deputy Sheriff Caster and a bartender wero found in a saloon in Arthur City Tex No clew Roth men were shot in tho back Rev Samuel Benedict tho aged rec- Â¬ tor of the St Pauls Protestant Episco pal church of Cincinnati was caught in an elevator and crushed to death Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TV J CLOTHING BUSINESS IN CENTRAL KENTUCKY You can make your faro and at least 20 cent besides to como to Lexington and GREAT STOCK TAKING SALE OF CLOTHING o In AfeKm EN f T icr buy your Clothing r SUITS AND OVERCOATS for Men and Boys from us Besides this wo offer you the largest Htock to select from that you can tee anywhere If you cant come writoand v HIT at aaritiifg AT o TELL US WHAT YOU WANT V V rfV d I H m a T HO i I f P J TIJW A and well send you samples to select from If goods dont suit that wc sell or send you RETURN AT OUR EXPENSE If you want a Biiit made to order und cant come let us know and well send you samples and measuring blank with di rections to take your measure and we II astonish you how cheap wo can inako your Wi siMj wiiommam and KirrAiL clothes to order for you PRICE CUT 1 IN TWO ONE PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE M KAUFMAN 54 East Main Street CO LEXINGTON KY READ OUR PRICES READ OUR PRICES READ OUR PRICES Our 750 Suit worth 15 Our 10 Suit worth 20 Our 15 Suit worth 30 Our 20 Suit worth 40 Undnrshirt marked down to 50 Cents Our Our 1 Drawers marked down to 50 Cents Our 2 Undorshirt marked down to 1 J Our 2 Drawers marked down to 1 yyryysyyyyiyyyyyTy TSWR tMt WdlftmtQ WIIOIKHAIK AND It TAIL UKAIKItH IK mmfr AND ypnsrs7tygypyyq 21 BOYS DEPARTMENT All goods marked in Plain Figures AVc will cut tlicin in - AIT -- PAPER HANGINGS s s 4 Half which means 50 cents on the Dollar car Good Summer Coats at 20 Cents ftsINTERIOR DBGOSATIONS CINCINNATI No 32 West Fourth Street W II MEARA President 0 G MITCHELL Secretary H s s 5 Mens Seersucker Coats 50 Cents Worth 100 0 s i tkM r flr A A 5 RdThis s you opportunity once in a lifetime llc have the best assortment in Kentucky member txn to select from Louis Gus Straus ma Ladies Leading Clothiers of Lexington Ky iittofe i i ftoliep Central Tins takes pluaHiiru In announcing that tlioy liuvo jtint coinnlutcd ar ninpiiHiitN witli the Atueriean Hook Company that will unable lilm to null the school- books adopted hv tlio statu iionru ot relocation at tin tollowitii reduced rates VA Hays Now First Arithmetic Mcdulleys Sniiill Irlmur in nyt Second Arithmetic ltuvlsod rrimer ii fit 17 Kcloetio Speller Third Arithmetic At this season of the year people can ii fit Key to Name 17 First Header II ii 10 8fi not be too careful about keeping their Second Header IIIlIi Arithmetic ii 12 KUV tOHIIIIIU 7fi Third Header Bilious and malarial bowels regular ii fit fifi JfcCluneys IhL Kcluctic Gcouranhy Fourth Header ii diseases are often brought on by allow Ld Kfleotlc 7fi eography 1 10 Fifth Header ii 1 0 ld Kclectio aeouriinliy Six tli An oc ing the bowels to become torpid The above suhooMiook tmblicatious of t le Amerienn Hook Conipanv are wolMuiown casional dose of St Patricks Pills is all standards and we nIiiiII at all times havo a full simply on hand for sale to school officers that would be required and might pre- Â¬ teachers or ptipilsat the prices named Other seliooMiookH published by the American at correspondliii1y low vent serious sickness For sale by Rose Hook Company 1I7 Walnut Street Cincinnati suppliedDAY CO HiimiI Oreenprices Ivy J T Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ GHBAPEK SGH001 BOOTS iimlerigiil Svango Superior Facilities for the Higher Education of Young First class in all appointments Delightful Home STATE SUNSHINE AND SHADOW Pineville is about to change hands ii Seeing V is Believing And a rood lamp rfJfvSfTi5MB33 again for 1000000 Thieves stole Mrs Gus Wanorights Six Departments Location wedding dress at Ixmisville COMMERCIAL ENGLISH CLASSICS Jimmio Blythe aged 12 of NortoiiH aRT- MUSIC SCIENTIFIC Terms Reasonable Send villc fell on a knife and was instantly New ISuildiim s and Furniture killed 1resident S for catalogue Warren county has a lower tax rato WINCHESTER KY jo2ti8m 1 poll and 15 cents ad than for years valorem Lewis Turner of Harlan county claims to havo found six bears in a trap across Pino mountain DEALER IN Bishop Dudley of Kentucky conse Â¬ Implements crated St Marys Episcopal church the Hardware Queensware first built in Bell county l a vo rPiiiiiir If AIMIOWH VULCAN1 UllIMii 1IOWH Wii mum tWihtimkyh fcorii briu llvnI1R am A thief was publicly whipped in H v a vKiiY v Sons 6nm Iiowh Ham MnciirM Coh tirvAiu IInu- CC till tt 111 A TlO Kit A S I 0 KA NO Wt UL1C Y Crittenden county last week under tho LUM whipping post act for that county bum IMowh Hay Rakkr Snovri iMiitovKi Malta Donwr The Gcrmantown Fair wound up Cooks Tatknt Kvapokatokh llOWH with a cutting bee and one or two gen OmvkuChimiumI South llrsri Viow Havksb IMoNrrit Cank Mills Waoonh Fish linos Jimiikatii tlemen cut their friends up right lively KlUAIHS lioru JoNKfl US STANDAltD fi ToX WaOONSroDDAiiDsNnw Climax and son of Robert Lind Â¬ A Scales price- 00 with n written guarPlSO llAltllOWH say of Muhlcnburg county was attacked antco Kir i year Vv i vc iiniioi refill V PlANTKUB ww W by a wild boar in a pasture and fatally Lastcrn Kentucky ot Cock and Heating Stoves of nuy house in Tho largest Mock injured a Specialty It is believed at Mt Olivet that and Builders Hardware Cutlery Sheriff 0 V Sparks who eloped last East side S Maysvillo Street MT STERLING KY week with Mrs Lucy Bettys is short in his official accounts Miss Tenio McKwan who was Mint N excursion train recently on an L n She will is improving and will recover 12 Short hold the railroad responsible Almost A Model Tho body of Joseph Weiner of Lou160SEATING CAPACITY Hook- Newark Counts nnl isville was found hanging in tho woods 1o Pol- - Smllle Oysters at all Pro near New Albany Ind Tho death of UohileCouut CENTS MEALS REQULAR his wife caused dcondency and suicide Dellcaol of t J all hours Meals to order at ont mUtlon is JJJ After making a successful fight to bo The most complete and modern fcllc ho ires six Hteaming at- r lil lIII a Mlllor Improved Itiume the lliiest n k postmaster at Cloverport Miss Matthowa v It r V tuehnentH two lnrBe broilers niul hot and e i hi Miss Matthew 0 oAhe kind in has declined tho place is tut oniy anything troia a half a beef to a thl blt ot sweetbread ami tho placo arc not reasons for resigning given W PEARCY ED MITCHKIX TinwareiSaAgricultural I must be simple when it is not simple it is Simple Beautiful Good these not Rood words mean much but to sec The Rochester will impress the truth more forcibly All metal tough and seamless and made in three pieces only it is absolutely safe and unbreakable Like Aladdins of old it is indeed a wonderful lamp for its mar- Â¬ velous light is purer and brighter than gas light softer than electric light and more cheerful than either r roolc fbrtliUHlnnip TiikKociikiitrk irthclntnpilcnlerlinHiitthe jeitiiilnn Koclichtcr noil tile Htvle von want neml tti uh for our iii w ItltiNlrntcil cntnloiriiL1 nml wc will end ou a lamp unfely ly cxtircxH your choice of over 2UUU varieties fioiu the iMtRtit mm State in the IVotld mv CO 42 Park Place Now York City UOlJIIItNTKIt 1 The Rochester IIAZKL GKEEN KY - A firJ io Â¬ UNDERTAKER AND DKAIKIt IN four-yoar-o- ld - - 1 4 11M COFFINS CASKETS And Trimmings of All Kinds am prepared to furnish on short notice and at low priccH COFFINS OF ALL I can furnish cofllns ulicajiur KINDS AN HIZKS from the elieapcHt to the very finest tliuii von eaii buy the triinniliifn Iriee of CoIIIiih from 5 up I have a lino hearse and will deliver eolliiiN cheap Shears Xil mt Mmgmm BMekton leainuiuw West Restaurant in moh Street Every Feature Â¬ FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS REPAIRED riimVfnQflYYNnrCn My arrangements are such that I enn furnish Tombstone or i vi i i AJi MonunieiitH from any kind of Marhlo or Granite ami at the J W OltAVKN very foweht prices Very reuieetfuily Ac 25 Xeu mEMAPHYETIu ETO AT THE MYAMT Jt UTIIATTM llKIXEM IWllgMHTN Wttt thiiIi Aifi mhmn streets lmisville ky cATAiMti frce mm fetoO i - 1 v v Jobnsltes must quit and quit forever king of mercy and grace that by a di- Â¬ the ivory bars of teeth on the lower jaw Kindness wishes every body well vine gift and not by purloining wo and the ivory bars of tooth on tho upper every man well every woman well may pluck this royal flower and not jaw locked and tho gate of your lipn A Spirit Which Will Ohango tho ovory child well every bird well every wear It on tho outside of our nature tightly closed uud your tonguo 6hut SPENCER COOPER Fufeliibar Phado of Everything horse well every dog well every cat but wear It in our soul and wear it for- Â¬ up tIAZEL GREEN ICY well Glvo this spirit full swing ever its radiance and aroma not moro What a phico Hrooklyn would be to havo no more wonderful for time than wonderful for live In nud all tho other cities and Jrciit Would ll tho World IT Dotnlnntcri and you would need of sootles for prevention eternity Word Which Humid Urn Coia- neighborhoods to live in if charity dom Inj or tho Millennium Dr of cruelty to animals no moro need of Still further I must speak of kind Â¬ inated What if all the young and old OUT DOOR LIFE TnlmngoH Sermon protective sewing womans association ness of word When you meet anyone gosslpers were dead Tho Lord hasten and It would dull every sword until it do you say pleasant thing or an un their funerals What if tattle tale and How to Contort ii Iliiru Into u Conifortn Dr Talmngon Sunday morning ser- would not cut skin deep lilo ItHrrut N hat and unwheel pleasant Ho y it tell him of ugrecn whispering were out of fashion One reason for tho uhirinimr nrevn mon was on Kindness from the text every battery till it could not roll and bio things you have heard about him if in ciphering out the value of other Tho barbarous people make gunpowder of no moro use in tho lonco of nervous and other physical dls Acts xxvlii i in our moral or the disagreeable When ho leaves peoples character showed us no littlo kindness world except for rook blasting or pyro Â¬ you does he feel better or does ho feel arithmetic orders among American housewives Is wo stuck to addition Hero on Malta that they upend so little time in the another wo aro for tho Island of island technic celebrations Kindness is a worse subtraction Oh tho power of the tongue instead of Kindness Melltiu This nutno open air spirit divinely implanted and in answer for the production of happiness or mis Â¬ Let us morning noon and night which has always been an Important to prayer and then to bo sedulously As soon as tho spring weather will commercial center belonging at differ cultivated until It fills all tho nature with ery One would think from the way pray for it until wo get it When permit and long bofcro it is discreet to out times to Hhtonoeiu to Greece to a perfume richer and moro pungent tho tongue is caged in wo might take you can speak a good word for somo do so tho annual siege of liousecloun the hint that it has a dangerous power one speak it If you can conscien- Â¬ Home to Arabia to Spain to Franco ing is cointnenced This is at best an and now belongs to England Tho than mignonette and as If you put a First it is chained to tho back part of tiously give a letter of recommenda- Â¬ tuft of that aromatic beauty behind tho the mouth by a strong muscle exhaustive ami laborious duty and it is area of Then tion give it Watch for opportunities no wondor that with tho present limited squaro tho island is about one hundred clock on tho mantel or in some corner it is surrounded by the teeth of tho for doing good fifty years after you aro miles It is knowledge of snnitnry requirements ranean sea and of such in tho Mediter- where nobody can see it you find people lower jaw so many ivory bars and dead All my life lias been affected by clarity of atmos wallcing about your room looking this tho housewifes first thought is to pre- Â¬ phere that ML Etna ono hundred and way and thatatidyou ask them What then by tho teeth of tho upper jaw the letter of introduction that Hew Dr serve tho stato of eleanliness that she thirty miles away can bo more ivory bars Then outside Van Vranken of New Hrunswiclc distinctly lias seetlrcd as long as possible To seen The island is gloriously memor- Â¬ aro you looking for and they answer of all aro tho two lips with the power Theological seminary wroto for me a Where is that flower So If one has of compression and arrest accomplish this windows and shutters able because tho Knights of And yet boy under him when I was seeking a arc closed and in order to keep out a long while ruled there Malta for in his soul this infinite sweetness of notwithstanding these four imprison- Â¬ settlement in which to preach tho Gos- Â¬ but most illes and dust she shuts out the life- - famous because of tho apostolic ship- - disposition Its perfume will whelm ments or limitations how many take pel That letter gave mo my first pul- Â¬ giving sun and pure air and secures wrctlf I lie bestormed vessel on which every thing no hint in regard to tho dangerous pit Dr Van Vranken has been dead moro neatness at the evpeuse of health To Paul sailed had laid to on the Hut nre you waiting and hoping for power of the tongue and tho results than thirty years yet I feel the touch star somo ono to bo sure kitchens receive more ventlia hoard tack and tho wind was blowing or discomfitedbo bankrupted or exposed arc laceration scarification and damna- Â¬ of that magnificent old professor tion than other rooms but by no menus or in some way over tion There are those if they know a Strange sensation was it when 1 re- Â¬ and tho drifting enough to rhf them of tho impure air probably a milo and a vessel an hour thrown Then kindness has not taken good thing about you and a bad thing ceived a kind message from He v Tlios half which tho combined odors of cooking struck at what is now called St Hauls possession of your nature You are will mention tho bad thing and act as Guard of Haltimore tho great Meth Â¬ give and hero in this overheated de Â¬ wrecked on a Malta where there aro no though they never heard the good odist orator six weeks after his death jay rracucai sailors navo bilitating air the housewife perforins tho Hlblo account and decidedtaken up oranges You are entertaining a guest thing Now there aro two sides to al- Hy way of the eternal world Oh no beyond her daily duties controversy the place of the shipwreck so unlike kindness that kindness will most every ones character and wo by way of this world I did not meet Very likely there Is an ample piazza Hut the island which has so rough a coast not como and dwell under the same havo the choice of overhauling the tho friend to whom he gave the mes Â¬ adjoining this or the adjacent dining is for tho most part a garden Richest roof Tho most exhausting and tin virtue or the vice We can greet Haul sage until nearly two months after room but tho housewife looks upon it fruits and a profusion of honey charac healthy and ruinous feeling on earth is and tho ships crew as they come up tho Thomas Guard had ascended So you as an ornamental appendage to tho terized it in Hauls time as well as a revengeful spirit or retaliating spirit beach of Malta with the words What can start a word about somo ono that home and a place where her flowers now The finest oranges figs and ol- Â¬ as I know by experience for I have a sorry looking set 3011 are How littlo will be on travels and vigorous long thrive luxuriantly No easy chair is ives grow there When Haul and his tried it for five or ten minutes at a of navigation you must know to run after the funeral psalm has been sung thoreasa standing invitation for her comrades crawled up on tho beach satÂ¬ time When some moan thbighas been on these rocks Didnt you know bet at your obsequies Kindness Why if to como out and sit down with her feet urated with the salt water and hungry done mo or said about mo I ter than to put out on tho Mediter-Â¬ fifty men all aglow with it should walk I in the sun and prepare tho vegetables from long abstinence from food anil havo felt will nay him in ranean this wintry month It was through the lost world mcthiuks they for dinner or read a few minutes while chilled to tho bone tho islanders his own coin I will show htm up not much of a ship anyhow or it would would almost abolish perdition the bread is rising and she does not though called barbarians becauso they Tho inrrate Tho traitor The liar not have gono to pieces so soon as that Furthermore thoro is a kindness of Hut five or ten minutes Well what do yon want appreciate its benefits enough to carry could not spuk Greek opened their Tho villain Wo havo action That is what Joseph showed one out doors to tho shipwrecked unfortunates of the feeling has been so unnerving hard enough work to make a living for to his outrageous brothers That is Now If all this ignorance of the im Every thing had gone to tho bottom of and exhausting I have abandoned it ourselves without having thrust on us what David showed to Mcphiboshcth mense possibilities of a piazza could be tho deep and tho barefooted barehead Â¬ and I can not understand how people two hundred aud seventy six ragamuf- for his father Jonathans sake That Not so said the Maltese I think is what Onesiphorus showed to Paul in dispeled and every housewife induced ed Apostle and ships crow were in a can keep torturing themselves five or fins Come in Sit down by tho the Homan penitentiary to live out there every hour that she condition to appro ilato hospitality ten or twenty years trying to get even they said That is what can during tho summer and fall an About twenty five tuoh men a few with somebody Tho only way you firo and warm yourselves Glad that William Cowper recognized when ho astonishing improvement in their gen seasons ago I found in the life station will ever triumph over your enemies you all got off with your lives Make saui no woum not trust a man who eral health woidd result If the piazza near Easthampton Hong Island They is by forgiving them and wishing yourselves at home You are welcome would with his foot needlessly crush a is sunny plant some fast growing vines had got ashore in the night from tho them all good and no evil As to all wo have until some ship comes worm That is what our assassin to shade it but do nolhavo these dense sea and not a hat or shoo had they loft malevolence is tho most uneasy and insight and you resume your voyage atcd President Lincoln demonstrated sunshino is what you want If you can Thoy found out as Haul and his fellow profitless and dangerous feeling kind Here let me put a bandage on your when his private secretary fouud not afford to buy veranda chairs and voyagers found out that the sea is tho ness is tho most healthful and delight forehead for that is an ugly gash you him in the captol grounds trying to get thoy are not expensive boo if there roughest of all robbers My text finds ful And this is not an abstraction As got from the floating timbcrsand hero is a bird back to the nest from which it aro none in tho attic that you can scour tho ships crew ashore on Malta and I have tried a little of tho retaliatory a man with a broken arm Wo will had fallen and which quality the illus- Â¬ up and repaini and make not only pre around a hot lire drying themselves feeling so I have tried a little of tho havo a doctor como to attend to this trious man exhibited years before when and with the best provisions tho island forgiving I do not want to leave this fracture And though forthruc months having with Sonic lawyers in the carsentable but attractive Make cushions for the seats and backs ors can ofTor them And they go world until I have taken vengeance up the kindness went on we have but lit- Â¬ riage on the way to court passed on tho The road a swine fast in tho mire after and cover them with fancy ticking into government quarters for three on every man that overdid me a wrong tle more than this brief record blue demin or turkey red calico and tie days to recuperate Hublius the ruler by doing him a kindness In most of barbarous people showed us no littlo awhile cried to his horses Ho and said to the gentlemen I must go back tho latter in position with worsted dress inviting them although ho had se- such cases I have already succeeded kindness Old say the cordial thing vere sickness in the house at that time but there arc a few malignants whom braid Say the and help that hog out of tho mire I am yet Make a generous supply of floor his father down with dysentery and ty- content pursuing and I shall not bo usual thing Say the hospitable thing And ho did go back and put on solid I havo in Â¬ cushions too They do not want to be phoid fever Yea for three months ed them until benefited somo wise help- Say the hopeful thing Say the Christ ground that most uninteresting quadruor them or blessed liko thing Say tho kind thing I ad ped That was tho spirit that was embroidered or expensively covered they stayed on the island watching for them mit that this is easier for somo temper manifested by my departed friend Hon Very likely there Is abundant material a ship and putting the hospitalities of Let us all pray for this spirit of kind- Â¬ aments than for others Some aro born Alexander II Stephens of Georgia tho islanders to a severe test Hut they among your odds and ends to cover all you need Oat straw or hay or endured tho test satisfactorily and it is ness It will settle a thousand ones- - pessi mists and some an born opti- and lovelier man never exchanged excelsior which can bo bought for five recorded for all tho ages of time and tiuns It will change tho phase of mists and that demonstrates itself all earth for Heaven when at Washingeternity to read and hear in regard to everything It will mellow thiough through every thing It is a cloudy ton A senators wife who told my cents a pound at any upholsterers he bar Â¬ and through our entire nature It will morning You meet a pessimist and wife tho circumstances said to him answers every purpose for filling them tho inhabitants of Malta barous people showed us no little kind- Â¬ transform a lifetime It is not a feel- you say What weather to day Mr Stephens como and see my dead Ho If there are some small children make ing gotten up for occasions but peren- Â¬ answers And he answered Its going to storm and canary bird somo expressly for them but have tho ness I What a great word that nial That is tho reason I like petunias umbrella under arm and a water proof No could not look at others twenty four inches square If Is Kindness It would take a reed as lone- as that better than morning glories They overcoat show that ho is honest in that the poor thing without crying That you have room for a small stand keep very it there to hold your reading matter which the apocalyptic angel used to look in your much aalike and if I should utterance On the same block a min- is tlie spirit that Grant showed when at put hand petunia and a morn ute after you meet an optimist and you tho surrender at Appomattox ho said to measure Heaven to tell the length tho sowing or darning basket breadth tlio height of that munificent ing glory you could hardly tell which say What weather to day As many of your soldiers Good Gen Lee If you have not been accustomed to word It is a favorite Hiblo word this is only and was tho petunia and which tho morning-- weather a fog aro farmers and will need the horses in this kind of a way and the living glory but it is early launched and Tho ab and mules to raise tho crops to keep piazza is in view of tho street you will Genesis caught up in the book of blooms only n few the morning glory sence will soon scatter hours and then shuts of an umbrella and the their families from suffering next winin tho book of at first feel a little nervous a desire to Joshua embraced in the book of Kuth up for tho day while the petunia is in absence of a water proof over- ter let each confederate who can claim shrink from tho publicity of paring po sworn by as wide spread of glow at lJ oclock at coat show it is nn honest utterance On a horse or a mule take it along with in tho book of Samuel tatoes and darning stockings in view crowned in noon and at 0 oclock in the evening as your of passers by Hut persist in your ef- Â¬ enthroned m the book of Hsalms and at sunrise And this L rncc of kindness an way at noon to luncheon you meet him many places in tho New optimistic merchant and you say forts for a month and see how much Testamunt Striker SIowom Ilolpor What do you think of the commercial A word no is not spasmodic is not interniitont Kindness easier It Is to be cheerful and hopeful moro gentle than mighty I expect Somewhere we hit upon this tory is not for a littlo while but prospects and ho says it than It was when you commenced the will wrestle mo down before I get it irradiates the whole nature all Great crops must bring great Morions For years Striker Stowo a tall power- Â¬ business experiment and remember that your through with it It is strong enough through and clear on till tho sunset of e are going to havo such an autumn ful Scotsman had held tho posit ionof first duty is to yourself and your family to throw an arch angel Hut it will bo our earthly existence boss striker at the steel works Kindness I What tho romalnderof the world thinks well for us to stand around it and warm am resolved to get it Are you resolved and winter of prosperity as wo havo Nearly all of the men in his department never seen On your way back to your Is your minor consideration And in- Â¬ ourselves by its glow as Haul and his to got it It docs not comb by hap store you meet a pessimistic merchant were hard drinkers and ho was no ex- Â¬ deed they think far less than wo im- follow voyagers stood hazard but through culture under the What do you think of tho commercial ception to the rule around tho firo agine they do any waj Hut one day it was rumored that ho on tho Island of Malta where tho Divino help Thistles grow without prospects you ask And ho answers I havo not mentioned one of tho most Maltese made Sure enough Well I dont know So much grain had become religious themselves immortal in culture Hooky mountain sago griss essential bolongings of a piazza name my text by the way they treated these grows without culture Mullen stalks will surfeit the country when pressed to take a drink hu saui Farmers have I shall never drink mair ly ahammock Hut you certainly must victims of tho sea lads No Tho barbarous grow without culture Hut that great more bushels but less prices and tho havo one whether there is room on tho people showed us no little kindness rod rose In tho conservatory its leaves grain gamblers will get their fist in drunkard can inherit the kingdom of piazza to suspend it or not Hceven All work Kindness All definitions of that packed on leaves deep dyed as though There is tho Melvinley bill and no play makes tho housewife just multipotent word break down half it had been obliged to light for its hay crop is short in some places and tho Tho knowing ones smiled and said ns dull us it does Jack Wait a bit Wait till the hot weather beauty and it were still reokinir with tho southern part of Wisconsin and in If they way You sa it is clemency benign- Â¬ always remembered this and wore ity generosity it is made up of good the carnngo of battle that rose needed had a hail storm and our hnsinnsu they of July and August When ho gets as u c jiot so ovor oxactlng witli thoin wishes it is an expression of benefi Â¬ to be cultured and through long years dull as ever it was dry as a gravel pit hell give in solvos life would bo far bettor cence it is a contribution to tho happi Â¬ its floral ancestors were cultured Hut right on through the hot months Oh You will find tho samo difference in worth tho living He a littlo more ness of others Some one else siys God implant kindness in all our souls judgment of Stowo worked the perspiration pour Â¬ character A man of good ing off in lenient with yourself this year and see Why 1 can glvo you a definition of and then glvo us grace to watch it to reputation is assailed streams yet he never once and charged with took a drink f you aro not a gaiuor Make tho little kindness It is sunshino of tho soul it enrich it to develop it somo evil deed At tho first story tho dress that you had planned to tuck and is affection perennial it Is a olimnetoro Fintlly someone asked him how he Tho king of Hrussia had presented to pessimist will beliovo in guilt The managed it puff without any ornamentation let grace it is the combination of all hint by the empress of Kussia tho root papers saiil so down tho tension and use tho time saved grace It Is compassion it is tho perfec of a rare llowor and it was put in tho Down with him and thats enough Well Tho optimist will oclock just this way Its now tea to read up tho newspapers or an inter tion of gentle manliness and womanli- royal gardens on an island and tho say iuui it I dont beliovo a word f it t esting book while you swing restfully ness VL Aro you all through You head gardener llerr Fintolmann was dont think that a man that has been in a hammock and draw in long draughts havo made a dead failure In your defi told to watch it And ono day it put as Wollto daylsthoSOth of the month useful and seemingly honest for of puro air From seven to eight oclock I asked tho nition It can not be defined Hut we forth its glory Three duvs of nvnr v twenty years could have trot off tin Lord to Tho day has gono by when wo can nil know whnt it is for wo all feel its week tho people were admitted to theso track like that There aro two sides down a help me Ho did and I pt neglect tho sanitary condition of our power Solno of you may havo felt it gardens and a young man probably to this story dot on the calendar right hear and I homes cat and dress unhyglonloally as Haul folt it on some coast of rook os uoi realizing wnat a wrong thing ho other side before I will wait to hear the tho ao From eight to nine oclock He condemn him My kep and over work continually and thou the ehlp went to pieces but moro of us was doing plucked this flower and put hearer if you aro by nature a pessimist dot helping me an I putdown another call tho inevitable breaking down that liuyo again and again In somu awful It in his buttonhole and tho gardener make a special From nino to ten oclock He just effort by follows a dispensation of Providence stress of life had either from earth or arrested him as ho was crossing at the God to extirpate tho tho grace of ken mo an noo I irlvn Him t ha dory dolorous and and put Kuthorino H Johnson in Country Heaven hands stretched out which ferry and asked the king to throw open tho hypercritical down another dot An Sl from your position Gentleman showed us no littlo kindness from hour to hour I pray no moro his gardens to tho public Tho Uollovo nothing against Lord hd anybody un- Â¬ mo help mo to fight Thoro is kindness of disposition king replied Shall I deny to tho thou- Â¬ til tho wrong is established off another hour by at least Tho Happy Iltlf iint kindness of word kindness of act and sands of good people of my country tho two witnesses of How long will you keep this up integrity And if Macbeth Simmons is never so happy there is Jesus Christ tho impersonation privilege of seeing this garden becauso guilt bo proved All o my life was tho earnest refind as when ho has a lawsuit on hand lie of all of them Kindness You can ono visitor Has done wrong No lot ing circumstances out tho extenuat- Â¬ ply It keeps mo sao full o peace an if thorn n Isovcrlastlngly suing somebody or being not affect It yon can not play it as a mum WUIU aim beo 1110 beautiful Aud then happiness that I wouldnt glo it up ft commit to memory sued Not long since ho met his lawyer part you can not enact it you can not grounds And when tho gardener 3 on can quote lor yoursolf and so that nny thing Its as if tho Lord tool mc quote for by tho hand who said dramatize It Hy tho grace of God you wished to give tho Icing the nanio of utiii-i- uuii uquisuo thirteenth chapter Striker Stowe nn said Work awa Ive got bad news Tho court of up must havo it Insldo of you an ovorlnst tho offender who had taken tho royat of First Corinthians about charity be Im wl that feurfu You talc care oye Diniin peals has decided against us We have Ing summer or rather a combination of flower he Mild No my memory is suffers long and is kind your rcr lost the case Juno and Octobor tho geniality of tho very tenacious and I do not want to things and endureth alland hopoth all work nn Ill see to the doU an the things Hy Never mind losing that ease re- ono and tho tonic of tho other It can havo in my mind tho name of the of Â¬ pen by volco in public and in private thirst uud tho shall nn trouble 30 plied Maoboth Ive got two new ones not dwell with nrrogance or In uplte or fender lest it should hinder mo grant- Â¬ say all tho good pcoplo siuct I saw you last and my brother-in-la- revongo or malevolence At Its first ing iv lavor somo other thrV Now I can think of andaboutthere bo that you If a man should happen to renct It nothing perfection iu this In talking about another you to know that kindness la n good tighten the appearance in tho soul all these Amnio want world ho would Inve chain of kite aud Ucrgtshltca uml Jlittltes uud voynl Uotvci and blessed ho God tho tho back oud of your tongue musclo on to die immediately to enjoy hiinsilf Texas Sifting and keo j 11 W Shaw J Hazel Green Herald KINDNESS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ oast-north-ea- st Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ t Â¬ V - Â¬ w that his securing the presidency was the work of the Lord but I have per- Â¬ sonal knowledge that the Lord had many aiders and abettors in accom He the plishing that work is a Presbyterian you know president nnd believes in predestination foreor illnutlon anil all that stun He proba Â¬ bly realizes to some extent that other men have made great saerilioes to con tribute to his success but he believes that other men in making such sacri llces have only been acting in obedience It is extremely to the laws of destiny painful to imi to discover that a man 1 have looked up to as a groat man a big brained and large hearted man is narrowand pig headed -minded Mr Huston does not mean to be blasphemous lie is combating Mr Har risons idea of divine right to the lie was one of the reliable throne men with the necessary funds who helped Dudley to poll the Indiana iloaters in blocks of five He knows the Lord is not resftonsille for that business and lie feels outraged that Mr Harrison should attribute it to predestination foreordination and all that Btull rather than to him and Dudley lut this Mr Harrison feels bound to do If he felt personally indebted to the reliable men with the necessary funds who handled the lloaters he could not feel comfortably religious without repenting and the first step towards repentance would be confession and the resignation of the presidency That is not to be thought of The only other way h can feel comfortable under the circumstance is on the theory of his divine right to the presi dency predestined foreordained and preestablifilied before the creation of world If it was foreordained that reliable men with the necessary funds should vote the iloater in blocks of live seeing that none escaped then of this establishes instead of coulee weakeniig his divine right and the re- Â¬ liable men have no claim on him In deed from this point of view they may think themselves well rewarded in keeping out of jail for it is written that the ungodly have no part with the righteous Of course this is trying to Mr Huston as an aider and abettor of the Indiana campaign or at least as one who might have been so described in the indictments if the Harrison ad Â¬ ministration had not kept ihe business out of the courts Mr Huston believes in rewarding aiders and abettors for their sacrifices but this is not neces Miry under the theory of divine right Doubtless Mr Harrison has reasoned it all out and has it all comfortably ad Â¬ So Mr Husjusted to his conscience ton may as well accept it and go to work to aid and abet Mr Dudley in as icertaining what can be done to establish Mr Harrisons divine right to the Indiana delegation It is altogether useless to reason with a man who be- Â¬ lieves that blocks of five are pre ordained instruments of Providence to establish hi- - divine right to otlice for himself and his family bt Louis lie Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ DIVINE RIGHT The Late Trtmmircr Air Hit Vkurn on lii nii lot Theory X Huston lute treasurer 5on James ofthc Vnitct States under Mr Huirison contests with Col V W Dudley the doubtful honor of bclnjr Mr Harrisons Warwick but since his resignation from the treasury he feels free to express views of the president whieh ure more He beforoiblo than complimentary lieves very sincerely says Mr Huston HARRISONS Â¬ South America is as wo have repeatedly shown a project to give the manu Â¬ facturers of the country all the advan Â¬ tages of free trade but leave the farm- Â¬ ers under all the disadvantages of protection If our manufacturers are given free raw material from South America a specially favored market there and an artificially exclusive market at home they can aslc no more Hut our agricultural interests cannot as esti mated by cx M blister Foster who is an ardent champion of reciprocity in Â¬ crease their South American exports more than eighteen million dollars annually even if wo secure reciprocity with all the Spanish American countries As this amount is only about three per cent of our average annual agricultural exports it cannot bo of any great benefit to the farmer Doubtless eastern manufacturers can trust Mr JUulne but when ho ad vances leeiproeity as a measure for tho special relief of our agricultural inter ests the farmers of tho west may well inquire into his trustworthiness as a guardian of their interests We im Â¬ agine his record would receive somo at- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ cumulating a large fortune notwith standing his well known extravagance in living This of itself might be over looked but when taken in connection with the fact that he has always been with the capitalists who have been enriched by the republican legislation of the country it becomes quite suspicious It is especially note worthy at tho present time Mr Maines scheme- of reciprocity with hand-in-glove Â¬ AGRICULTURAL HINTS SHELTER FOR MACHINES Why Kvry WYII ltiiiliitil 1urin Should be wondered at that man ufacturers of agricultural machinery get rich The owner of farm machinery would do vastly better to go in debt for means with whieh to build a tool and machlnahonso than to get trusted for llitvo u Tool lloltM THE PROFITABLE COW and oblong nostrils I want a cow that is very full behind tho foro legs She wants heart room and heart power and the best indication of heart power will be found in tho skin of the animal The better the heart pumps the moro effectually It will circulate the blood to tho very extremities of the cows body Tho skin of thu beast is one of the best evidences of its heart power The host evidence of stomach power will also be found In tho skin of tho auiuiul if there is vigorous circulation and tho blood is detective in nourishment thou you have a skin that Is hard ami tight and bristly hair because the digestive action or heart action aro Interfered with ami are not regular Many men contend that the milk veins should be very large 1 consider that to bo immaterial but the milk veins sliould be prominent A cows noso should be dewy and moist when it is dry it is an indication of ill health It means bad diges tion waste of feed and waste of profits She should have Hat ribs ami wide Â¬ Â¬ QOMB3H0tJW the Tht 8 S COMBS pntronnjsre N IiitrrnitltK lnprr Kcntl llcYoro Ontario Kuriiicr Iiifttlttito I want a cow with a broad nose OAMPTON KY pRorxiKTom ubU It is not to Â¬ rapeotAilly solicited Table the best tat etery attention for tho comfort ef gueite of the travellsf It Â¬ RED KELLAM YttTH - Ids land and then leave them to natures mercies The Indispensables in a tool houso arc a tight roof and dry lloor For the former it is doubtful if anything is new implements with which to work M ap8ly S TIMMONDS Wholesale SALARY 25 Grocers PORTSMOUTH O Â¬ Â¬ superior or in thu long run cheaper than shingles For lloor lumber will do but a well drained slightly raised lloor made of coal ashes engine cin- Â¬ ders clay or brick is preferable being more durable and stronger Hut a lloor of this kind positively must bo well drained or tho machines will be injured by dampness from below Whore a site can ho scoured next tho road and sloping from it tho sills laid on low walls can bo lilled level with the floor ing This will pack down hard and give great satisfaction On level land it is better to raise tho ground iu front Â¬ Wanted Good Agknts to bell owb General link of mkrohandibe Ne OHIO AGO GENERAL 8UPPLY CO 178 W Van Huron St Chioaqo III MATLOOK WITH PER WEEK AllOVU SALARY WILL Bl PEDDMNO FOB FU AQENT8 LIVK PAID TO WEIt INFORMATION ADPRE83 HENRY Â¬ MCMILLAN HAZEN GO apart WHOLESALE Â¬ Â¬ T tention Hbr the Things 1tdoes AVIiut Indianapolis Sentinel Ml 5JL t You want beyond these three powers the peculiar power in an animal of di recting her energj to do what she is You want tho directive kept for power toward beef if you keep the animal for beef you want tho directive power toward milk if you keep her for Â¬ BOOTS AND SHOES KNOXVILLE j TENN tho Itopulillritit Party Docs lor thu Country public j THE GREATEST STATESMAN 1itniSK ol tho Uwimr of tho Jtrpiibllriiu Ijirly fur llui PHtliliiiry V V Dudley Is out in an inter- Â¬ Col view ndvoeatingMr Maine for the rc publiean nomination for the presidency In response tb a question whether Urn exposure of Maines meandering busi ness transactions made in 1SSI would be repeated in lSU the colonel is re Â¬ ported to have nuido the following Â¬ startling statement diplomacy ability patriotism and statesman hlp Ho Is much tho American Intellectually today Ho would mala a splendid prohidiMit llo would look well aftor tho Interests or the whole country If It seemed to lilin that protection stood between tho country and his lust luti iohts ho would not hesitate to at Oh no All Hint wus brought up wjninHt Ho lius lvcn IMulno then UtiH buuu condoned tho country tin Iduii us Hourutury of stuto of Ills lurt no doubt that the gentleman fiom Maine would attack protection or anything else that stood between the His country- and his best interests position on the tariff question or slny other question is like Maj Mchlnleys views on silver subject to sympathetic influ imes Dudley can safely Col challenge the wide wide world to cite an instance where Mr Maine overdid anything that he did not believe was for his lu st interests Hut where did the gret loodlcr get the idea that Mr lilaiues irregularities had been con Â¬ doned Possibly he misapprehended the nieuning of the word and thinks an olVense is condoned if the olVender Is not kent to jail Or maybe he and ludge Woods have agreed that Maine is a much abused man Or pobhlbly he Juis concluded that as neither he nor lHaiiiBcnn get justice in Indiana they night to mnku a sort of reciprocity treaty of condonement and forgive each other That Mr Maine is n brilliant man o one will deny but that h is a sound man a reliable man or a trust Â¬ Mil worthy man may be questioned Nye characterized him as a statesman Hke man with a tendency toward 1u otl tlmt tfrunil lareen3 It Ja the midst of his arduous public duties Mr IUulnc has succeeded in ac -- tack it We have DRIVING THROUGH MUD mI1 hh Wuur nnd Peony to IrnviMit It has made reciprocity treaties exÂ¬ How of HutfulcM and Wagonx tending tho market of protected Amer After a heavy rain whoa carriage ican monopolies in inducing foreign roads aro covered with two or thrco iu nations to untax themselves without inehes more or less of partly liquid making cheaper one article for Ameri- mud a buggy may bo driven for miles can consumers with buch care as to receive very little Now York out of the of it except what adheres to tho rims It did worlds fair and defrauded it in a of the wheels Or a tnud pool extend bogus census as a penalty for being a ing the whole brcudth of the road may democratic city have to bo passed and would spoil tho Oh yes the republican party does new varnish of tho vehicle unless tho X V World things driver has learned by trial how fast We he must drive for tho occasion POLITICAL OPINION have seen careful driving over a cerProtection and reciprocity in the tain road with Scarcely any deface same republican platform Completely ment and again heedless driving ovur the same lino with formidable damago nullify each other- - Itoslon iilone Mr Maine te not in thehands of A vehicle which is allowed to become the doctors Ho is in the hamls of his covered moro or loss with soil nnd sand is worn out in half tho time which X Y Advertiser friends It is dollars to cents that Senator a clean one may continue to bo used Sherman will use the silver and not the When it is remembered that the wheel gold dollar to keep his republican vehicles of tho country at large have Cleveland Plain cost the ownorsMri tho aggregate moro henchmen in lite than two hundred million dollars tho Dealer Harrison ex uiuouut of money saved in preventing How does President needless wear and decay must by obpect the head of the household vious Â¬ by for the family when he is constant If tho horse Is- driven on a walk or ly taxed to keep up some other mans Louisville Courier Journal about throe miles aa hour tho mud business President Harrison has not added will adhere to the rim of tho wheels a mammoth punch bowl to the equip nnd bo carried up by them as they ment of the white house Thu report revolve Its weight will cause It to spokes and that he had done so is ollicially denied drop on thoshort timeand hub covwill be these in a Hut the presidential sideboard still con iu with tains the ingredients for a brew of ered drive a itlittle one adhering mass faster on a slow or matter with a Hut punch and what is the jug in place of the wide moderate trot four and a half or five close lipped miles an hour and then tho mud which mouthed bo wlV Pittsburgh Dispatch is carried up on the rim of the wheels A western republican organ says will not drop for the Increased circular Â¬ and a Philadelphia organ quotes ap motion now given to them will impart provingly that no man can be elected enough centrifugal force to hold the in ISiywho permits himself to be mud to the wheels Tho rim Is tho only boomed by the Quay type of patriots part that will bo muddy the spokes How about a republican president who and hub will bo clear Tho writer has holds an otlice to which he was elected successfully practised this course more by the Quay typo of patriots and who than fifty years Hut if the horbu is keeps one of them in his cabinet -- X driven six or seven miles an hour this Y Y orld Increased velocity will send tho mud Uvea if acquitted pt dishonor off and all parts of the vehicle will reMr Kgan can hardly be judged as com ceive a copious plastering At a speed petent to the discharge of tho high of eight or nine miles it will bo shot as ofliee of an envoy of the United States cover the top of The high aswill bo liable thoreceive aand tho His appointment was an error to liberal driver past should be a warning to tho future share Country Uentleman No citizen barely naturalized after a Cultivation of iunlin few months residence can be deemed A garden will produce largo crops in sufllciently Americanized to represent the president and tho republic of the proportion to tho space allotted to that raited States to a foreign power Chi- Â¬ purpose A garden is really but a min Â¬ iature farm and demonstrates the poscago Inter Ocean Kep Manure is used Mr Harrisons idea that hu Is the sibilities of tho farm holding by freely and careful cultivation given Lords anointed president prcdotormluatu divine right is Intense- when the garden Is rolled upon and ly dlsgustbig to Messrs Huston and with less area cultivated oa the farm Dudley Hut there Is some advantage and more attention given to the matter For if Mr Harrison had of manuring and cultivating tho crops in it after all thanked tho Reliable Men with tho Nec the whole farm could be made to equal essary Funds in Charge of Each Five In- tho garden stead of regarding thorn merely as in Oin barrels or hogsheads tiro con- Â¬ struments of tho predeterminato will of venient for storing the poultry drop Providence Messrs Huston and Dudley ping might have been In the cabinet as well as MrWnnuinuUcr SULotils Republic money Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Secretary Foster boastlngly says The republican party is the party that does things It does indeed but such things Tho republican party squandered n surplus of one hundred million dollars and increased the war taxes after twenty live years of peace Its congress spent a billion dollars in two years It stole twenty seats in the last house of representatives suppressed freedom of debate and substituted the arbitrary rule of tho speaker for constitutional and parliamentary methods of procedure It came into power protesting its devotion to civil service reform and made a clean sweep of tho offices in a briefer time than any other spoils ad ministration in the history of the government It made a market for the entire prod uct of the bonanza silver mines inflated the paper currency at the rate of sixty million dollars a year and yet prates of the danger from silver and boasts of its devotion to honest Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ length of the tool house to tho height of the floor than to use an incline as it is easier to roll tho stock in and out An excellent building erected for this pur Â¬ pose I saw in Worcester county Mass It is built like the drawing Tho llttlo doors enter a shop 8 feet wide across one end Rolling doors protect tho re Â¬ mainder of tho front They are hung so as to pass one another or tho small doors and the convenience is perfect Wagons or machines out of order may be taken bodily into the shop where wrenches etc quickly pui them to rights wet days The shed is U feet wide and may be made of any desired A covers an aperture in tho upper lloor through whieh sleighs rakes and other light things are raised by pulleys for storage A piece of scantling fastened to the wall near the lloor will prevent mowers and wagons from marring it with their hubs Abundance of light should be let in and tho fowls kept out the same as snow and other destructive rolling platform 8x12 feet agencies Home Hollister Sage in Farm and Tho directive power In an animal is the valuable power whereby you Hud her directing her energies to whore A you aro to find the biggest prolits scrub has good lungs as a rule A scrub hog will often outrun a dog You will have heart power in a scrub sometimes you have very powerful digestion but she lacks the directive power that will concentrate those three power i to service and not to AND waste Ja tho milking cow you will find first evidence of the directive power in the kind of faeo she has a rather long Nos 131 138 RACE STREET lean face with no superfluous skin no imlLutionof ilabbiness large lustrous CINCINNATI 0 eyes standing very wide apart and very prominent with a forehead dished downward a long and broad forehead THE KRUSE 5 BAHLMAN a largo muzzle a wide mouth indi cating largo eating powers the only coarse part of a cows head that is justifiable It indicates tho power to keep on grinding her food nnd indi cates a strong constitution She sliould HfrCOMPABY have a long thin tapering neck as a fU bulky beefy neck indicates a short 11 15 and 17 Wcat Pearl Strool milking season Hur shoulder bones should be right above tho leg and wido CINCINNATI O apart and tiio joints loose the wider J these aro apart tho better indication you have of a largo How of milk when VuThe wholenido trudo of the cow is doing her best I do not tueky ii respectfully solicited Eostera Kenmm think it indicates anything of thu length of tho season i -- TnE Thick beefy hips mean beef not milk Tho cows udder should bo long and shapely with a long lino of attach- Â¬ ment between tho udder and tho cows body You never find a coarse cow a good milker 1 like a cow to have all 42G0MFANY9- tho angles possible but tho bones themselves and skin ought to bo fine In quality Notions Wholesale Dry Goods Having a cow of this kind it is possible to make her servo you well but she never could do so without getting care 101 103 and 105 W Fourth Street right feed and proper handling Prof mill DAY Tho nbovo goods are handled by CO JIuzol Green Ky J R MARKS BROS MARKS Â¬ Is- - Â¬ HARDWARE Â¬ GEO W MAIPIN i Â¬ I A Robinson South Side by an CINCINNATI 0 n SUCCESSFUL DRAINAGE Tho rTcollont HiHliiii Kntploycd Ohio Iurmur GROSSMAN tolay Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Last winter a subscriber asked for information or rather advice about draining a Ill acre field of rolling laud that washed badly in heavy rains The piece wan slightly lower iu the center than around the sido j and he asked how best to drain land in that shape Ihave a field similar to his ami I drained it in tills way run an S incli tile from tho mouth up to the box illustrated iu center of the Held or lowest place making cal Â¬ culations on having plenty of fall from there The box is 4 foot square with Ixl inch posts in the Inside at the cor- Â¬ ners upon which the planks are nailed The bottom was bricked over bricks flat to keep from washing In tho cut V XtiTJ -f- cS j 1 SOHLBUTKER CO Saddlery and Harness Nos 71 and 70 Main Street CINCINNATI 0 t GUS MEYER WITH jsr MI J- - -- - - knL o WMKERRG0 -- a- infal J jr at II 111 fl -- T iC Ar OJOMir113 INO- - hj tf TV far - c yAr m tT r Hardware Agricultural Implements OLIVER CUT LLED PLOWS MALTA PLOWS POSTER STOVE CO COOKS MILLS t EVAPORATORS CHAMPION REAPERS MOWERS Â¬ Â¬ STODDARD AND ACME HARROWS DOORS AND HASH A SPECIALTY No 110 A 112 Second Street IRONTON OIIIO Oly Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ shows tho tile entering the box nnd the 8 lqchUhi or outlet J is the I iiso 4 inch tiio in ho brick botloin draining Put tho box iu during dry weather Take J lneh plunk and marie size of tile iu tho lower one tindautko holes to fit tho tile Make the boxing as deep as necessary You can run tho I lutvo branches iu nhy direction nearly 100 rods entering one box Oct all the fall you can iu tho tile If you want to farm over the boxegverjt wjth Much plank and then earth This is what I did I put a hupport lit the middle as there is great weight in a foot or two of earth especially when satu ratctLL T ItjUer iu Ohio Farmer A It Is containing illustrations and trice ov everythino manufactured ilf manujfactux the United States atillu8tratjonb 10000 er8 pricks all links represented oataloau mailed prei5 on application CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO W VO YOU WANT TO SAVE FROM 125 to 50 CENTS ON EVERY DOLLAR YOU SPEND 7 Jv 80 writ von our Illustrated Catalooub Address Â¬ No 178 West Van Buiien CHICAGO ILL St Â¬ It is not a good plan to allow thtj lions to lay in their roosting plucc Ladle1 Pena fco fur mile at this elflee Note Paper only 10 a quirt Cull Mf rktu yeu need itatleaery f- Hazel Gjreen SPENOER COOPER - Herald Editor MORGAN COUNTY Krol Evolutions Ezel and vicinity was well represented I i i J M BL BrflFR Ri I Kityl I B jjftj Pm HAZEL CItEEN KY Friday - Oct 10 1801 Tho St Louis Veiled Prophets an mini celebration last week was grander in time thnn over before At leant 160000 Htran there Tho foregoing was sent for publica Â¬ gore wore in the city to witness the cere tion last week but was unavoidably monies and parade crowded out En Gov Campbell and Major McKinloy Our mail schedule is sick again Most mot in joint debate at Ada Ohio one all of our up mail that comes to May day last week and it proved a bad day town one day wo do not get till tho next Campbell knocked day so our mail and papers which should for McKinloyisui him out on every comer reach us on Saturday lay over at May town until Monday Whats tho matter Wbilo bird hunting in Hourbon last As soon as the Hazol Green Fair had Friday Ocorgo WUhoii was accidentally located the handsomest unmarried lady allot and instantly killed by Frank our young friend Hugh Beatty from Crouch The two young men were al Â¬ Beattyville was seen hero and showed ways tho best of friends and the acci Â¬ evidence of full sympathy with the judgdent is greatly regretted by all who knew ment rendered them Mrs Mary F Nickcll was last night called to see her mother who had anoth Gov llrown last week appointed John She was visiting D Mitchell of Winchester and Walter er stroko of paralysis S Harkins of PrestoiiBburg as delegates her son Roo Maxey on Licking when from this Congressional district to the taken sick Southern Road convention which con Circumstances prevented tho Master venes at Atlanta Ga on the 2itli inst of Ezel Lodge F attending A M They are both good men Grand Lodge at Louisville last week and A B Pieratt went instead Charlo9 Stewart Parnell tho great Rumor has it that W B Goad and Irish leader died suddenly at his homo Morris Carr with their families have at Brighton ono night last week Mr gono to Kansas by horse power and wa Parnell was tho greatest Irish parliamen gon conveyance tarian that over lived and now that he is Win Henry last week sold bis fine gono it will bo hard to find a suitable H Cecil and others in Morsuccessor Ireland mourns for him as stallion to J gan but we did not learn the price paid sho nover mourned boforo George Peyton and Raney Vest who Col H M McCarty editor of tho With their families moved to Texas about Nicholasvillo Journal was stricken with six months ago returned last week paralysis a few days ago and is in a very S G Sample and wife who have been critical condition with his recovery ex on a visit to Virginia have returned tremely doubtful Ho is ono of the old Died on tho 11th inst Mrs Nella est members of the Stato press and tho Goad news of his death would bo received with October 12 Blurt much regret wherever ho is known Cmtoy Cimcuiitloiu Miss Cally Kcmpleton of Mt Sterling Tho champion trotting stallion Nelson record 210 was beaten in threo straight has been visiting friends and relatives at heats last week at Graud Kapids Mich this placo for several days but will reby tho great Allerton for a purse of 10 turn home soon much to the regret of 000 though his tinio was not lowered one whoso name is Sam who has been Indeed tho best time mado was by Nel heard soliloquizing about this way I know her address O thank thu Lord Hon 213 in the first heat but ho was Ill write her a billet luux ami my grief unable to repeat and Allerton took the express race and money in three heats Green Stacy has nearly completed his residence which will bo tho finest in this Gov llrown in a recent interview ex section and a credit to the master workpressed tho opinion that tho convict pa man 1 C Lykens who is by the way rolo law under which over a hundred a fine mechanic prisoners aro now enjoying their liberty L J Benton left for Louisville to rep- Â¬ is unconstitutional It is thought a test resent Greenvillo Lodgo U D F fc A caso will Boon be mado and if the Gover- Â¬ in tho Grand Lodgo F M Lykens nor is sustained in his opinion which is M also accompanied him representing High qnito probable convicts will hereafter land Lodge work out thoir time or bo pardoned by Corn cutting is tho order of tho day his excellency Corn crops aro more than average both Col Tom Corbott ex Registor of tho in acreago and quality Land Oflico has been appointed clerk at T J Burton took his second ride on tho Frankfort penitentiary vice W H tho Masonic goat last Saturday night Ellis removed Tom haa been suuking John R Lykins was married on last at tho public teat for a long time and Wednesday to a Miss Haney Gov Brown doubtless thought that if Patrick aro buying cattle for Stacoy ho doprtved him of his pap it might tho Mt Sterling market provo disastrous to tho Democratic party Charley Lykens son of G B Lykens Gov Drown also appointed a now warden is very low with fever for tho Eddyvillo penitentiary and mado T J Burton bought a horso recently sotiio minor appointments last week for which he paid 100 October 10 Falcon Suit was last week filed in the Franklin Circuit Court to enjoin Public Prin- Â¬ ter Johnson and Secretary of State Headloy from printing and issuing the new constitution on tho ground that tho convention had no right to revise that instrument after It had been ratified by and all tho people Tho plaintiffs to the suit blood aro Col Walter Evans and Capt Silas Miller As Mr Johnson has already delivered 1900 copies of the document tho caso will bo tried upon its merits Â¬ last Friday and considering territory and population wo believe we carried off as many if not more prizes than any other section in this county Wo aro much elated over winning the foot race which was the most exciting scene during the Fair It was won by Floyd Barker a boy about sixteen years old living near tins place Ho ran against three men two of which it is said were never out Â¬ run before and he had that morning walked about seven miles and then rode bareback some three or four miles to get at tho Hazel Green Fair which closed CitizeiisNntioiiolBoiik WINCHESTER sSEiiinneBBsT KENTUCKY flflPifitt Hk iffl PAID UP CAPITAL llm E ill Mk 17500000 WASH MILLEK 1KFSIDEKT S W WILLIS VICE PRESIDENT A H HAMPTON CASHIER Â¬ J W P0YNTER ASST CASHIER Â¬ I BIS 19 eKst H H I 33 Â¬ ITT Â¬ Has nmnle facilities for doing general banking business So Â¬ licits deposits makes collec- Â¬ tions gives prompt and careful attention to all business entrust Â¬ ed to it and extends to its gjrgraeijggMc customers tho most iiberal consistent - accommoniUions business wit n correct banking Kg r n - Â¬ 9KK VBBBBBBBBBSBBr viSM Do You Need Money If so you can get something better than dollars from us The completion of K U It It to Jackson has cut us oil from a large wholesale trade heretofore the had by us in soveral counties east and left on our hands an immense stock of goods which we are compelled to unload and in order to do so we are determined to make prices do tho work prices which will make our patrons happy and make competition howl We oflbr to Country Merchants extra inducements and guar- Â¬ 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 either We 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¬ ment New fresh seasonable choice and cheap We can astonish you with Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Watches retailed nt wholesale prices Call or write for anything in the covered with goods at half prices As the prices wc name merely give us a chance to get our money out of the goods we cannot afford credit Goods will be sold for cash only or countrv produce live stock and school claims taken in exchange We have opened a new department under the charge of Miss Laura Rnwlings and Mis3 Lula Day which is fully stocked with fine Millinery Notions Ladies Furnishing Goods Wall Papor Carpets and Oil Cloths School Hooks and Sup pies Pictures and Frames etc etc Miss ltawlings is a thoroughly competent Milliner and Dress Maker and we offer you a City Stock to select fiom You can get as fine and stylish Millinery aud Dresses here as anywhere and at tho very lowest prices Yours etc JEWELRY LINE Established quarater ot a century thing fully guaranteed Every Â¬ Â¬ Otis W Snyder No 8 Noktii UriWt Stkkkt LEXINGTON KY JT I AY HAZEL GREEN -- fc KENTUCKY HAZEL GREEN CATLETTSBURG KY Tho Largest Drug House in the Ohio Valley Manufacturers of 228 REMEDIES that are Sold by the Dozen 16000 Square Feet of Floor Room 28 Hands Employed cftiole proprietors of the famous WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING DRUGGISTS xThc only remedy that is sold on an nliso- Having just thoroughly overhauled the lute Hiinruntce to cure all nuns and Haxel Green Mills we aro now better than Aches I ratlins and Colic Dinrrhuii Dys ever prepared to do entery etc Used internally and exter nally the liist Liniment in the world NERVE KINO J QAfrfcom GtaiaoLdiaas Â¬ guarantee satisfaction And we respectfully ask all wishing Corn or Wheat ground to give us a trial We SSTFon J M OOOOO0 Sale by Dnuo Storks President THICK LTi CKNTS KIDNEY For the permanent cure of Iains in the tuck nn d all disorders of the Kidneys and Irinary Oruaus Thousands ot cer tificates of those who have used this reineuy win ne sent- on application 1 tt4646 006600 HINDOO CORDIAL Sole proprietors of the renowncd-r-- x and Countiiy Stokes KvKUYVHKHKa WM 6frd6O4406O6OllltlGMT Secretary and Treasurer IMUCB 100 - HAZEL GREEN MILL CO J 11 KELLY For Boils Pimples carbuncles scrofulous sores eczema other Sharp Druce Trimble TGDenton DENTON SHARP TRIMBLE hWHENEVER YOU VISIT LEXINGTON CALL ON TI IE MT STKllMKG KY take diseases Ayers Sarsaparilla It will Bro Walton of the Stanford Interior Journal rises to remark Among tho delegates appointed by Gov Brown to the convention for tho improvement of western waterways to bo held at Evans villc Ind October 14 and 10 aro L J Blakely E A Gullion Will 8 Hays all active newspaper men and It S Trip- Â¬ lets an ex Thfe selections show that tke governor is a man of much sagacity there 1 any eltww of people thoroughly eHYrMut with the question of WHtor tke WtUro are tboee people Moreover tMgr know now to maKo a Utile go a louf ways a Very uwful knowledge in UWM of urougUW rsllsve and cure dyspepsia nervous tired feeling will debility and that Ilnvo now a complete line of Clothing Hats Boots Shoes Office 99 EAST MAIN STREET and Gents Furnishing Goods Shop K U RAILROAD near 7th St We solicit an inspection of our goods and guarantee priThey are operating THE LAUGKST FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP IN THE ces satisfactory and articlesas STATE east of Louisville All kinds of tlOILER AND EXOINE REPAIRING SKILLFULLY recommended SMK DONE at tiik low eat iivixd PRICES J M KELLY President Â¬ Lexington Foundry Co Has Cured Others cure you TEACHERS INSTITUTE PROCEEDINGS With a new triintnine machine n modern Mauler fast job press an uhmidauce of type ami Htiperior workmen wo are better pre pared to print InMlluto Proceedings than any oftioo in Eastern Kentucky Please give SPENCEU COOPEH us your orders Editor Herald Haxel Green Ky P FANT Tin om rkliaiim Hat Housa of W S Dickinson Cor Pearl J Vine CINCINNATI JAMES o Oflico 09 EAST MAIN aarFoumlry on K U STREET RAILROAD f T JUGXlIlgtOIl XLy QREAR UIGSTAFF KY Invites all of his mountain friends and es pecially the iiurehants to give him a call when in the city it WJ Henderson Thos SEITZ WITH WHOIKHAIK JH YANKEE Hats 82 N BENNETT WITH JOMIKUS OK SEIP CO Goods O ATTORNEYS AT LAW MT STEKLINO Practice- In the courts of Montgomery anil luljolnlnp enmities anil in tho Court ol An peals and Federal Courts Son Gaps Paint St Straw AND UMBRELLAS Gloves CIIIILICOTIIE I ASHLAND KY iriD rlxllM MMU UUD DDIMTIMI NEATLY CHEAPLY and PROMPTLY EXE ECUTEDATTIIISOFFIOE Send vour order I A Has a larger circulation In Wolfe Morgan nntl llrcathitt than nil other papers in tho Utato tunl merchants in Mt Sterling Win Chester Lexington Louisville and Cincin nati will liml it Till iikst MKDHM through which to secure Mountain Trade Hazel Green Herald ADVKIITIBINGKATES Advertisements Inserted Tor less thnn 3 months will he 75 cents an inch for the ilrst cunts an inch for each sub insertion and sequent Insertion 11K TRANSIENT fJrAlh TRANSIENT PAID IN ADVANCE ADVERTISING MUST 1 il inch 12 mouths inches STANDING ADVERTISEMENTS 7 50 12 50 a o lllCUCH 4 inches io uu in o Jo 00 Liberal rates on larger advertisements made known on application Local notices to be interspersed among reading matter 10 cents a line with a dis count of 25 per cent where they run a month or more Obituaries tributes of tcspect etc 3c a Hue Count six words to the line and send money with the manuscript We will write obituaries and publish at 5 cents a line Marriage and death notices not exceeding ten lines solicited and published FREE 0 inches Â¬ Hir IMIIM FOR 11RGUIAR ADVKRTI8INO PAYAIUK QUARTERLY ON DEMAND Address SPKXCER COOPER liaise Green Ky Register Swango is home from Frank- Â¬ fort for n short visit Hon John G Carlisle has our thanks for valuable public documents For ladies fine shoes call on Sharp Trimble Denton Mt Sterling Our Famous ltrnuttes The loveliness of our Southern women is proverbial and every Southerner feels a national pride when their beauty is lauded but very few havo had tho pleas ure of seeing the most famous of our Southern beauties as they live in so many different localities Dcmorests Family Magazine has however brought them all together in a superbly illustra Â¬ ted article in tho November number just received The portraits must havo been extremely difficult to procure as the originals arc all representatives of the higher social circles and tho hand somely executed pictures form a valuable and artistic collection that every Southerner Bhould possess While a prime at- Â¬ traction this is by no means tho only ono of this attractive number Of espe cial interest is a paper on The romance of Pre Columbian Discoveries illustrated by Beard every woman should be interested in the papers on Womans Dress Hygienical ly Considered by Su sanna W Dodds M D the topic for November being The Unequal Distri Â¬ bution of Clothing there are charm Â¬ ing stories and nearly 200 line illustrations including a handsome photogra- Â¬ vure The Song of Love which is a gem This typical Family Magazine is published by W Jennings Demorest at 15 East 14th street New York for 20 cents a copy or 2 a year Any local newsdealer will supply it Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Cuniiton Currency James A Williams went to Bcattyvillo Wednesday on business G T Center went to Clay City ono day last week on business Miss Lula Kash of Hazel Green was a guest of the Combs House Saturday Ben Vnnsant of Sandy Hook passed through here Saturday en route home from Louisville Howard Stamper who has beon living on Laurel creek for boiiio time has lo cated in this place Tho wife of John E Drako is some better at this writing but her recovery is still considered doubtful W F Elkins has just returned from Texas Ho reports everything nourish ing in tho Lone Star State Fred W Bassett representing tho Mt Sterling Gazette Publishing Co was a guest of the Combs House the 5th inst Joseph C Lykcns enmo home Saturday night from Louisville where he had been attending tho Grand Lodgo of Ma Â¬ Â¬ PSS8BI DAILY HACK LIWE FROM HAZEL GREEN TO ROTH WELL J 0 Bergen vouches for tho following t James Ilooney woo wm latlerlug from Vitus yemre wm Dane In ita worat form for about treated by aevoral puyaicians without otleet two bottles of Pastor Kooulgs Nerve Tome Rev la Ita WratFrstu Bkntom Lr Co Wit RsiissiiiBsimRtiRV I Dm li euredulm Leaves Harcl Green every morning Sim day excepted and connects with afternoon train for Mt Sterling Leaves llothwoll every morning on arrival of train from Mt Sterling except Sunday and arrives at Haxol Green at 4u0 M r Tirrox Mo March 2 1801 My daughter wm Uken with caUloiny when about 3 or 4 year old we tried different tnedU elnea but without effect It la now about i yvare Careful and attentive drivers in chnrgo of slnca sua bceau taklnu Pastor Koeniga Nrrve each hack and especial attention paid ladies Touto and alio has not nad an attack of the ills or children traveling without escort Q DUKDKK ago alnoo that tune Fare 2 Each Way TI IE ST I hereby testify that Paator Koenlgs Nenra Tonlocurod a girl of my cougronation of Bt Vltue Danoe and a married lady of slooplsae Bess KEV POL FEKMONT A Valuable nook a Nervous Ulaeaie aont free to asr address and poor patients can also obtain this medicine free of charge TTila twmiidvhfta baen nreoared brtha Rnrerand pastor KoentB of Fort Wavtio lad since Iff aaa by Marys Ky Oct 7 VO The traveling patronage respectfully solic Â¬ ited Vcrv respectfully WltTAUOll Proprietor Â¬ FREE WINCHESTER BANK WINCHESTER KY N Â¬ Is now prepared under his direction the sons KOENIQ MED CO Chicago III Bold b7Draxslitsat SI per Bottle 6fev9 II W1T1IER8POON President It D HUNTER Cashier Â¬ T J Stephenson writing us from Pearl I sold two cows Wednes Texas under date of Oct 6 says Wm Gillmore havo landed safe in Coryell county and day at 9 and 1230 respectively am well pleased bo far with the country W T Swango has rented and removed think I will be well satisfied You will to the Gf B Swango property in town pleaBe forward me The Herald With T am as G W Sewell of Montgomery will best wishes for Hazel Green ever etc etc probably permanently locate in our town The Ex Coufederato Association of Wolfe county will meet in annual ses Â¬ sion on tho third Saturday in October or 1891 at Campton Ky All Now is the time to buy overcoats cheap soldiers are specially requested to at Sharp Trimble Dentons Mt Stei be present Joseph C Lykins ling Pres Wolfe Co Ex Con Assn Buy Coopers writing ink Best ever Megkimine the only permanent cure You can get it at this seen in town for all forms of headache and neuralgia office relieves the pain in from 15 to 20 min- Â¬ Wednesday bought utes For sale on positive guarantee at W T Swango on of G B Swango a yearling Post Boy The Herald office or sent postpaid by filly for 92 mail on receipt of price 60 cents a box Presto change Halls Hair Renewer causes gray hair to assume a natural col 1 m S D Shackelford has resigned his po- Â¬ sition as salesman for Hanks Tutt and accepted a position with Robinson Combs Miss Margaret Shackelford who is now teaching tho Rock Spring school in Lee county was a guest of S D Shack- Â¬ elford Saturday Tho quarterly meeting of tho M E church South was held hero Saturday and Sunday with a very good attendance Rev Oney presiding elder Rev R D Bivcn of the M E church passed through here Saturday en route to New Spring church in Leo county to fill his appointment He has been re turned to this work and will preach here every third Sunday night in each month The wife of our efficient County Court Clerk J B Hollon died Saturday night at eleven oclock of fever She is now basking in the Bunnhine of happiness on Elvsian fields where the flowers bloom forever She was a loving wife and nf fectionate mother loved by all who knew her The bereaved family has the sym pathy of this entire community 8uppleJack Oct 12 Â¬ VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE i The beautiful farm known as the H F Cockrell farm utar Kzel Ky is now oiler etl for xnlc by its owner This is the moot tlvnirnble situation in Morgan county nice dwelling of 7 rooms with two hallways large This Hank solicits the accounts of mer Â¬ chants farmers traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and oilers its customers every facility and the most liberal terms within tho limits of legitimate banking octl8ly Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 NEW- - FARMERS BANK 250000 40000 MT STERLING KY yard of elegant shade trees and evergreens two never failing wells small neat store house on promised large barn and nil neces Capital sary outbuildings good houses ou tariu for tenants large orchard with abundance of Surplus fruits of all kinds best distillery in the county desirable woodland and valuable Wm Ciiab M Gruuds Mitchell timber a good store of general merchandise President Cashier 100 ynrds of dwelling only one half within mile from town Ezcl where there are good The largest capital and surplus and indi schools churches etc Cuuse for selling failure of my fathers health Desire to vidual deposits than any bank In this sea tiot of tho State bell immediately Deed and title clear LULIE M COrKlULL Apply to Â¬ Â¬ Ezkl KY jQ3SfEr COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE Of Central University Exchange Bank of Kentucky KY MT STERLING CAPITAL 810000000 Lillie Day reported in our last as quite sick is now on the convalescent list and doing finely Denton of Mt Ster- Â¬ Sharp Trimble ling carry a nice line of suits overcoats and waterproof goods Rev F A Savage will preach at the John Rose chapel on Lacy Creek Sun Â¬ day morning at 11 oclock Montgomery county on Monday voted 100000 aid to the Kentucky Midland the majority being over 600 Rev J T Pieratt will preach at the colored school house on Red Rivei next Sunday morning at 10 oclock Mrs Ellen Pieratt who has been quite sick for several days is reported by Dr J A Taulbee as improving nicely Emery James has rented W T Swan gos farm near town and will move to it on the 10th day of March 1892 Deputy Clerk W T Swango on Wed Â¬ nesday issued license to Jonathan Chil ders and Miss Fanny Miller to wed People of sedentary habits who are subject to constipation can regulate their bowels by the use of Ayers Pills Happy and content is a home with The Ro chcsteralampwiththelightof the morning Fortatahguti tariff RockttUr Lam C AVw York Taulbee instead of going to Texas will in all probability locate at Clay City for the practice of his profes- Â¬ sion Dr John A Mrs Rilda Day who was brought homo from her fathers last Sunday is now reported by Dr Taulbee to be doing in Kentucky or elsewhere so good a nicely newspaper as The Herald with bo littlo Wo havo received a lengthy letter home advertising patronage from David Hogg now located at Eldo-Â¬ Those parties who procured tobacco rado Oklahoma which we will publish seed of us last spring are respectfully next wjok reminded that wo would liko to samploa The Wiggintons convicted at Mt few hands of tho weed Sterling for poisoning members of the Josh DoBusk has rented of Taylor Ferguson family have been granted a Day the house recently vacated by G B now trial Butler and will remove his family to Elder Bruce Trimble of Mt Sterling town in a short time preached at the Christian church in this Jim Henry Sebastian of Dnyaborough placo Wednesday night to Sunday morn- Â¬ is nursing a carbuncle on his left hand ing inclusive and says its more annoying than a baby John Will Jamison who shot and with tho croup killed Angel at St Helens on the 3rd Neuralgia XeraoHB resulting Inst was acquitted on his examining And those troubled with nervousness fey taking overwork will be relieved trial the evidence allowing that Angel from wreor owhIm Browns Iron BitterB wrspper I was the aggressor feu trade wik and crossed red Hmi oo Gillmore Gleaning George Marshal and Bud Gates have been at this place several days with their John Tyler of Tennessee has been visiting his brother S M Tyler of this photograph gallery but will leave soon place for several days past Mr Tyler for Mouth of Quicksand Breathitt coun- Â¬ had a large wen on the back of his head ty Married on Wednesday 7th inst at and Dr Kash of this place successfully the residence of the brides father R removed it on Monday M Hnddix Wm H Vest to Miss EIHb Gardner Jones of Magoffin county Haddix Rev H H Little officiating was hero this week for the purpose of Powell Brewer and wife of Stillwater purchasing a place He desires to come are visiting relatives and friends in this here on account of school facilities and vicinity will probably engage in some kind of Rev D M Hawthorne preached at business this place Sunday tho 11th inst at 11 There will be a called meeting of Mis- A M pah Lodge Saturday night next and the Making sorghum and digging aweet Worshipful Master requests a full attendpotatoes is now the order of the day ance as there will be business of impor- Â¬ Dink Murphy is in this vicinity buy- Â¬ tance to transact ing cattle Persons desiring to buy in Mt Ster- Â¬ Tho firet frost October 10 ling will do well by calling on Sharp October 12 Uncle Remus Denton Mt Sterling for anj Trimble Hpeclnl Notice thing like clothing boots shoes and hats Arrangements have been mado with Clay Rose and D N Wells of Lee the various railroads in tho State which City havo each filed a deed of assign Â¬ will enable tho delegates attending tho ment to A Porter Lacy of this place State meeting of the Farmers and La Â¬ The assets and liabilities arc not stated borers Union at Elizabothtown Ky Daysborough is vis November 10 to get one and one third A M Nickell of iting in Floyd county with his family fare that is when you get your ticket and Grant Lacy of this placo is running you will get a certificate from the agent showing thnt you have paid one full his store for him during his absence fare this will enable you to get a return We acknowledge the receipt of a com- Â¬ ticket for one third fare Dont fail to plimentary ticket to tho Winchester get a certificate when you buy your trots and regret that we will not be able ticket Fraternally yours to attend as the sport will bo fine B F Davis State Sec Papers friendly to tho Order please Mrs Eveline McGuire of St Helens copy who was visiting her son F McGuire FOR TIIK X1LOOD PSJZ and other relatives and friends at this ditbf Weakness Malaria Indigestion and Dlllousness tako place returned home last week IIIUWNS IKON IHTTKHS For salo It cures quicklr genuine by all dealers to doughnuts that there is not Dollars to Â¬ Â¬ Wc havo more Hazel Green business than Situation beautiful and healthful large any other bank and want to inerenso it two story brick building a faculty of com Send us your account and wo will treat petent and experienced teachers Primary und intermediate departments all common yon well Accademio und collegiate de branches B J PETERS President Higher English Natural and fartments Latin Greek Gcrmnii Al JOHN G WINN Oabhier gebra Geometry Surveying c Full Nnr ami Course arranged especially for the thorough training ol teachers IlusineKs Course giving practical instruction in busi ness forms and calculations commercial law penmanship type writing tc Musical MT STERLING KY department organ and piano Hoth sexes admitted morals of students carefully guard- Capital 200000 Surilub 80000 ed courses of study complete and thorough Session of 1891 2 opens Tuesday Sept 1st J M niG8TAFrVPresident 2E4TKor circular giving full information G L KIRK PATRICK Vice President PllOF M O M AHION Seoy address W W TIIOM80N Cashier Jackson Ky 11 BlANTON D D Chancellor L We respectfully solicit the business of mer Â¬ chants farmers traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky A general banking business done Give us u chance to send you a bank book pay your cheeks and loan you money when In need THE CELEHRATED W W Thompson Cash Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ JACKSON KENTUCKY Traders Deposit Bank Â¬ FOR SALE Siaio including about 200 acres of land on which is a substantial frame dwelling of 12 rooms is oDered for sale The spring alone is very valuable and will oon pay for the place For terms etc apply to LEWIS APPERSON liAKUlSUN HWAMiU Haeel Green Ky sep2iw8 Sim SON Co A LAII Mt Sterling National Bank MT STERLING KY Capital 100000 Surplus 16660 President Oabhier H R FRENCH H S STRADER Successors to 74 J customer fairly KY Mountain business is respectfully solicited with the assurance that we will treat every E Main 8 rriKKT LEXINGTON Wholesale Dealers In Straight Kentucky Brandies Whiskies c mm f K OF KENTUCKY Wlnis 26 PROFESSORS and INSTRUCTORS FINE OLD WHISKY A SPECIALTY CIGARS AND TOBACCO Agricultural Soientlflo Engineering OloBBioal Normal Sohool Aoademlo Commeroial and Military Courses of COUNTY APPOINTEES Hoard in dormitory families 360 to I 2 Agents for Old Pugh Old Pepper Old Tarr and Old Taylor CECIL HOTEL WEST LIBERTY RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION Fall term begins Heptembar 9tli 1891 KY per week In private For Catalogue address S W CECIL medicine Oct the Jr Proprietok JAS LEXINGTON PATTERSON KY PhD ATTOKNI SYS AT LAW Ofllce over Exchanire Hank Maysville St Mt Sterling Ky Praclico in Montgomery Powell Menifee Wolfe Breathitt Howan Magoftin and Mor Â¬ gan counties and Superior Court and Court of Appeals w OOD DAY A 1 IJ T WOOD F DAY This new hotel has jus been opened for the reception of guests Faro excellent good sample rooms livery stable in connection au28 Hates reasonable Trimble Bros WHOLESALE AMOS DAVIS WITH BETTMAN BROS Manufacturers of OS TTJR J F LOCKHART JrrT We DENTIST EZBL KY the wsrrnJoBs Freneh XesMdr CAUTH08 fsnee and a legal cuarantee that Caltho will TOP BlMfeaiM Jk KmlfUmt CUKE ReemaUrrbea VarieeetU GROCEft 0LQmm 10 W Co Pearl street Cincinnati 0 a 9 MT STEALING KY HlrHeadquartersat West Liberty Ky JrConsluHBients sd T HE CLARENDON patronise ol Mountain Merchants respect fully solicited of nroduee ami the Â¬ Cor Limestone and Short sis Lexinotox Ky Jel4lv W Hf nOSWELlPROwuETOR I HJ1 MAUffftT 11 f SSSW S II M4HaTeKKLMtVIMV Utt ft and fry fttttAd Attn VON MUHU CO There has been added an Annex with 20 WHOLESALE DRY GOODL large well ventilated rooms Htreet Cant noora pass the door every five minutes Loeated fely CATIJtroBUXaiXX squares of depot within two D H OARPKKiTBR wbx a notions I except on frivolity discovered it too Ah wall I have Hazel Green Herald SPENCER COOPER Publlihr KY HAZEL QUEEN FIRE FANCIES 1 nm Hitting by tho flrosldo In Its wurm and ruddy glow TVhllo tho day is Blowly dylnR Arid tho Hhndowtf como nnd got And within tho glowing cmboni Shadowy formn I Boom to boo Shadow that bring Imok to momory Frlcndn and days once donr to mo And although this firelight dreaming Bring down your papers and your model to morrow and Im with you This waft a littlo Buddon for RubsoII It was noedlcfls to say that ho had no invention to olfer It had boon his in tontion to discover what kind of an in- Â¬ vention Hay would bo willing to back nnd then find a long haired orank who thought ho had It I must havo a littlo moro time sir ho said Thoro aro mnttora to bo ar- Â¬ ranged Lot us say next Friday riensnut Is yot ntlll thoru run Through it all dcop tones of sadness to HhadoTTB oer tho nun For tho dour onoa whono swcot facoi Mado my heart bo glad and guy Tlicy with whom I talked and journcybd On onch hnppy nummor dny Now aro absent and I miss them As I sit nlono to nlfjht Ah I soo tholr dreamland fucca In tho dim and dickering light tlo All right and dont Btop for amattor of money Ivo always got onough to put Into a good thing Hut my dear sir Bald llussoll you dont know what this is yot I dont caro a continental what it is replied tho millionalro promptly If its a good thing woll gotourmonoy out of tho machine If it isnt woll havo to got It out of tho stock Its Im- Â¬ material to mo whloh wo do Bring it alongl GHAlTlSIl VII Till LOAN OK AN INVENTION man8 thought and thcro was a doop lino in tho oentor of tho brow giving tho olTcct of sullen discontent Hut llussoll though ho know his own oonduot to bo not ubovo criticism car- Â¬ ried tho utmost candor in his counte- Â¬ nance Ho was a man t Insplro conf- Â¬ idenceand make tho most of it You dont llko tho looks of me Bald Nobody docs Doorlng On tho contrary replied llussoll I think you aro rather a handsomo PERSONAL AND LITERARY - It Isnt a question of bounty said Doorlng Its conlldenco or tho lack of 1 Bhall tell you about my invontion it and you wont bellovo a word I say It has been so in every case all my life I havo taken my modols to many capi- Â¬ They wouldnt look at tho talists modols thoy looked at mo Personally I am not a practlcablo machlno and I novor got a dollars worth of backing You are well-to-d- o said Russell Why havent you put tho thing on tho I havo somo money in tho bank and roplled Door- nyllttlo property besides man market yourself il hf Yet noma dny In tho fur future If Our Father wills it no I Ahull moot tho friends I dream of In tho droughts ruddy glow Hut to night when thoy tiro absent It In pleasant just to sou In tho glowing light before mo Faces of thoio dour to mo 0o I sit and dream and wondor In tho flro llamos ruddy glow Whllo tho day Ih Hlowly dying And tho nliadows como nnd go Good Housekeeping OlIAFTKK VI CovriNUrD Bhoolc Ills head Thoro Is u young man who may Boon bo ablo to Join mo Bald ho At not UioJuiuIb hut o luuex- vpcclations ind a world of onorgy Noting blood Bother young blood Do you think beonuso a mnn is llfty or ovor thnb ho itmt goodv fortuity thing Why look horc Im mty dight nnd throo Inches shorter than you iro but Ill but I oan Jtplltncord of Wood whllo youro split- Â¬ ting iv foot llussoll smiled Incredulously and squared his broad shoulders Hay got rod in tho faco Ho was a vigorous man and ho haled to ho called old llussoll know it and bankod on It pros-iont-hoh- llussoll got into this yours aald Ray after walk- scJigirboJ liigupund down tho ilobr with tho stop of a pedestrian llussoll protended to bo onihnrrassod xou would not fool llko giving imioli tlmo to It said ho and besides tho You dont ask mo to young man of whom I havo spoken will 1 Im as young aH ho Is by jingo orled tho man of dollars slapping his I could outrun him outjump chost him and throw him throo times out of ilvo brooches hold or you olthor maohrnon A4 Russell smiled again and Hay roaohod Ho forced a pay menlfor tho twenty for his enno Tho Hltuatlon was begin Â¬ bottles of beer bade I ho inventor a ning to look serious It was not tho ohoerful good byo and escaped just as old mans intention to usu tho oano as a another lecture on occult mechanics was yqttponfhowevor about to begin SLVhoro young Mr William Rus- - - Jt was tho Keeond day of jinssolls thoro was a gamo wo search foil Hit Invention1 no hnd begun sell said he used to play whoro I was born that was tho work as eooh nslioHad loft tSilbort failed pulling sticks Two fellows sal Hays olllco after tho littlo gamo of down on tho lloor braced tholr ioot to An advertisement in pulling sticks gothpr and pulled qn an nxo handlo a nowspapor had brought him a bushel until HomoboVly had to oomo up Now of lotters from inventors and ho had be Â¬ Ill hot you llfty dollars I can pull you gun to sift their merits Tho result so up Insldo of ono tnlnulo far had not boon encouraging Tho dont think you can sir said Bus first load of roplles had consisted of poll respectfully but at any rate 1 ninety per cent lunacy and ten per havent tho llfty dollars to wagor on It cent fraud but aipong thoso which Ill tako your I O U cried Hay were waiting for him at tho newspaper dropping on tho iloor with a thump that olllco after his adventure with beer and Sit perpetual motion was ono which gavo threatened tthotonnnts- - hollow iAiown horo and Ill glvo you a low les Â¬ promlso of real value It was a rough ions Jin tho vnluo of ntwoll spont youth straight forward letter signed John Doorlng Tho writer described hlm- Â¬ TlUssoll sat down and seised tho fcano t began It solf as an assistant foreman in a shop nnd tho strango Svashlpalnfiil tliougittn llussoll tliUt a whoro electrical machlnofycwatuuado i good many thousand dollars were lost Ho had long been familiar with tho by holding these athletic sporLs in pri- Â¬ subject practically and theoretically vate Doubtless llvo hundred won In Ho had Invented an electrical engine tho stroot would liavo given llfty dol- - and ho would like to havo tho adver- Â¬ Tttrfl for admission- to tho performance tiser seo It Rusuoll called upon John Doorlng Thoro was a big olook with n second hand on tho wall and tho contestants that evening at his homo in a suburban Nolthor gained a town Tho Dooriugs lived In a house timed thomsolvos Thoro In tho llrstquartor nor well kept and full of comfort hairs breadth second nor tho third nor tho was no sign of dol t dirt or o lifer ap rtltttlo fourtu but oxuotly1 sixty five seconds purtonanco of genius Tho Inventors after too tug began Russell rose Into daughtor a neat and protty girl of four tho itr soared ovor his opponents Jioad toon answered Russells ring and ush Â¬ orod him Into tho presence of her fa and Struck the wall behind him VOroa1liyoottexilaIined Hay as soon ther who sat In a cheerful parlor read Â¬ I never did lrs Doorlng and a littlo ing a book cs ho could got his breath Old am boy were present and it was evident tho trick as wall us that before T that tho mother had been helping her Are any of your bones ftrokon 1 holiovo not said llussoll protend son with his loasons Russell was xnado conver nhK tflup amlno his sJcuU Injjouryh of a wolQoni6a few vordsof generaltwo man sur- - sation followed and then tho mature but is w tlo greatest wore lof t togothtr I havo lost inyjbgt Cprlsb fovorhadi llussoll looked at Doorlng and dis Â¬ replied tho man No you havent Ill bo honest trusted him That fooling wus the first who Ud notgrcfivn old with on I was llvo seconds ovor time of which ho had boon conscious at sight Tho fifty dollars aro yours You seo I of tho man Though ho had found him wan iv little out of praottoo but I got surrounded by every sign of pouco and good will and moral rectitude in tho thovo ufternwhllo So porcolvo and llussoll rubbod light of that best ovldonco ot a nxnnn hi head with ono hand and took a llfty respectability a happy homo Russol could not ropross uncharitable suspidollar bill with tho other If you think Im cions It was Doorlugs faco which boro ow said Kay j yotoxftewuxh to tako a hand in your false witness against him It had no un- Â¬ Vu willing to usual feature and its general oiTeot was MBMM lit TOO TBOW p4t fat om hundred thounaad dollars or not uncomely but it wa3 n faco thatdls twl4 that If nwwasary and to for at- - trusiea itsolf Tho eyes wore palo thoy ttoy man just watch im had no light in thorn thoy vailed tho soon1 Thismachino if onco sot in motion will novor stop Bald tho Inventor as ho poured out a glass full of beer I ro grot to say that 1 havo not yot learned how to sot It in motion but that trlflo Blr a trlllo Tho solution oi this littlo dinioulty will como and ho tapped his forehead confidently llo was a loan bodlod thln loged man olnd in 111 llttlng and soiled gar- Â¬ ments ills faco did not harmonlzo with Ills gaunt figure It was of tho German type round and full in tho checks with high color and nandy beard and mus- Â¬ tache Tho contrast told his story his invontion had fed upon him whllo ho hlmsolf had had only tho poor nourish- Â¬ ment of hopo Ho had been talking ful- Â¬ ly two hours and llussoll had begun to foar that tho poor fellows vocal organs realized tho dream of ondloss motion which his invontion would forever dis- Â¬ appoint I havo no two for this machlno un- Â¬ I read less it can go said llussoll tho story of a reporter who said that Its movomonts wore such as ho had novor soon in any thing Inanimate boforo Tho Inventor smiled as ho filled his glass with boor and placed tho empty bottle with twenty others in a clrclo around tho edge of the tablo In tho mld dlo of which stood tho wonderful ma- Â¬ chlno I romombor tho young man woll A ploasant follow ho was Bald ho too but ho hadnt your head for boor Wo drank only sovonteon bottles that morning and yet ho told mo that this machlno went whirling round and round with a motion which ho folt fiuro that nothing In I leavon or earth could evor stop His description was not wholly accurate but It gave that idea of end less rotary forco which my machlno will realize some day I think ho musthavo written tho story immediately after loaving mo though I would not at tho time havo thought it possible It was not a deception of tho public It was a view in advance of tho reality Wo shall seo It somo day I am afraid I can not wait said Russell but lot mo glvo you some ad- Â¬ vice Dont work too steadily at this thing lot something else to do and lot this bo your relaxation It will bo hotter for you and It will not hurt tho said llussoll Holomnly Mlsa Ray you aro wholly mistaken My stylo of conversation was duo entirely to tho weakness and vacuity of my mind At tho tlmo I was under tho impression that if my words could bo recorded thoy would mako valuablo material for advanced text books on a variety of subjects I now porcolvo that thoy vvoro tho gibborlngs of Imbecility Pray for givo mo and I will try to do hotter I would suggest that wo discuss tho geometry of x dimensions saH Alice with Is is it nico somo hesitancy It Is highly Interesting and so large- Â¬ ly speculative that tho mero fret of my knowing next to nothing about It will You not Interforo with tho discussion romombor of course that in analytical geometry equations of tho second of tho degroo involve two dimonslons third degreo throo Wo know them as Now length breadth and thickness then an equation of tho fourth degroo should Involve four honco tho ques- Â¬ What is tho tion naturally arises The late ex Gov Paul Dillingham of Vermont always used tho append Â¬ age of Jr to hlsnuinc though almost ninety one years of age Among the manuscripts left by tho late Count von Moltko Prof Felix Dahti his biographer has found a The great Confession of Faith marshal nfiirms his belief in God and n future life Tho Confession will bo published mmng tho other works George Washingtons ncarnt living kin is Mrs Fanny Washington Finch e of Washington I C u Father of his Country Sho of the Is n tall majestic woman and in foj tures resembles the portraits of her dis Â¬ tinguished relative Sho is the young Â¬ est ami the only survivor oi twelve chil Â¬ dren One of the most influential men in great-grand-niec- fourth dimension la That is a dimension isnt it I cant think of any thing but bigness Im Buro I dont know said Allco Copenhagen is Ilerr Councilor Fersler who owns five newspapers Nutloiril Tidende Dagens Nyheder Aftenposten Lajs Tele rafen and Dagbladot With the exception of IloiTmgsko the Tiden de and Avisen Hon Fersler controls every conservative paper in the Danish Hardly In a geometrical sense Wo will Bupposo tlirco axes intersecting perpendicularly at a givon point or any other placo which thoy find convenient Now thon In terms of tho distanco of any point from these axos wo arc ablo to express pardon mo If 1 observe that you aro going to sleep Oh no said Alice but I couldnt holp wondering what tho other girls would wear Might are I Inquiro who tho other girls Didnt I tell you Ivo joined n society for culture Its all girls but you Youro in it Wo couldnt think of any other man who know onough to bo n THIS MACIUNi IP ONCi IX MOtfOX WIII Nnvrit STOP Â¬ ing but ovory Invention involves a risk and I will tako no chances where my wife and children aro involved I will not reach out after wealth oven for them if I must hazard their comfort and sccurltv Wo got along very woll as wo are Russell could not holp strongly ap Â¬ proving this decision and ho wondered why tho words did not glvo him a good impression of tho man but thoy did not There must bo something undor all I dont believo tho this ho thought Invention is of any value On tho con- Â¬ trary an examination of tho modols convinced him that tho Invention was an olectro motor destined to bo of great practical utility lie had not deceived Mr Ray in saying that ho understood electrical contrivances Ho was really very well Informed on tho subject In- Â¬ deed ho was ablo to point out a possible minor improvement in Dooringsdovlco and thus to win tho inventors respect When thoy had discussed tho model Russell wondered whether thcro woro any other men who didnt know enough to keep out of it Ho had an instanta- Â¬ neous mental picturo of himself in tho act of maintaining an Instructive con- Â¬ vocation with eight or ton girls Tho socioty meets hero to night continued Allco I thought thoy would como early and it was their delay whloh mado mo wondor whother thoy would all appear In party dresses It will bo moan if they do becauso tho under Â¬ standing was that ovory thing was to bo studious and simplo When was I olooted to this post of honor and responsibility asked Rus- Â¬ sell Yesterday said Alico I proposed your name Marion Hill is a mombor rier brother Richard knows you Wo wanted him to join but ho told Marion that ho would rather bo olectrocuted and asktfd her to convoy his condolences to you Of courso ho didnt think shod long to it capital Robert J Hurdctte Is malting his mark as a preacher nnd can get off as good a sermon as he can write a joke And his pulpit utterances are free from disagreeable drawbacks Thoro is no editor to blue pencil his happy thoughts and the foreman doesnt come around to announce that lie hus no room for that stuff Mrs James T Field of Boston the wife of the publisher is said to possess one of the most valuable literary col- Â¬ lections in the world In the library are numbers of valuable MSS and mi- Â¬ togen ih letters and in the garden at tho rear of the bouse grow trees which were planted by many famous authors and public men Richard Mansfield the actor is tho son of Mine RudorsholT the once fa Â¬ mous opera singer nnd musical in Â¬ structor She was much opposed to her sons choice of the stage as a profession Mr Mansfield was successfully engaged in business in the dry good house of Co in Boston before Jordan Marsh he began hi career as an actor It is said that Amelia Hives will ap ply the money received for her new According to St Johu in the novel interests of a friend The book contains the impressions of Paris received by the writer during her stay there I have She is credited with saying worked veiy hard and hopo I havo quieted down tho extravagances of style t Â¬ Â¬ which offended people so much sider the things I do now as simply studies and I am searching all tho I con Â¬ while p SJ tug-of-w- ar thoroughly Russell had no doubt that It was tho very thing ho wanted Noth- Â¬ ing but tho terms remained to bo sot tied On this point Doorlng was very firm Ho would waive no right whatever and ho was with dillloulty persuaded that It would bo necessary for him to remain for a timo in tho dark as to tho exact nature of Russells relations with tho capitalist Finally Russell said I doxxt want your Invontion except as a loan I will take It and give you my I O lT for it or any other legal or illegal instrument which tho ingenuity of tho law can devise It shall bind mo to re Â¬ tain the patent right in my own posses Â¬ sion and to return it to you after two years w ith all tho profits and advantages I havo obtained by it except tho salary which I can delude tho company Into paying mo In short I will borrow your invontion develop it and then roturn it to you Is it a bargain It Is said Doorlng for I think you aro an honest man I wish I could agree with you moro fully said Russell to hlmsolf but at least my designs toward you aro honor- Â¬ able M IwfWv 1 Mr Whittier recently said in re Â¬ gard to Skipper Ircsons Ride the controversy cone iiing which has I thought I had broken out again made all the amem possible for that The story was told me by tin old school- Â¬ mate and I cast it in verso form When the fact was made known to mo that not Skipper Ireson but his crew were responsible for the abandonment of the wrecked ship I so stated it in my published poems I would not intentionally do harm to anyone Â¬ f f fel i IttTSSWI DISCUSSK3 X DIMENSIONS Â¬ humorous since last year Tommy disdain fully Oh yes Why 1 only cainc upas far as my necktie then Clothier and Fur- Â¬ A Visitor Youve grown Tommy nisher - Â¬ Â¬ toll us but sho did Oh horo aro tho sho added as tho door boll rang and Mr Russell If you pleaso dont Btart thorn on x dimensions to night I shouldnt want to ho tho only girl at tho very first meeting who didnt know ono Blnglo thing you wero talking about Tho room was full of protty girls and chatter in a moment llussoll survived tho embarrassment of his presentation and oven bogan to ho considerably amused by his position Ho was sur Â¬ prised to find that thoro woro only sovon girls Including Miss Ray Ho had sup OHAFTKK VIII posed that there woro fifty whon they SOCIKTY VOH OKNKItAI Till TlTUJIE When Russell called at tho houso of first dawned upon his sight Suddonly by a common impulse tho tho Hays again ho was quickly mado a ehango had como upon tho adorable half dozen rushed up to Miss aware that Havo daughter of tho millionaire Nobody Ray and said with ono volco could havo failed to porcolvo that Alioo you found a good mimo for tho society Thon they all turned up was of a more bober and serious mind wo havent on llussoll and exclaimed Of courso than she had been before Tho chair which sho had boon occupying yas sur Â¬ you know a real nlco name for It Mr rounded by books of an educational and llussoll Before tho young man could reply forbidding charactor and though thoro even supposing that ho could havoro was a suggestion that tho young lady had tired of each In turn and had thrown plied at all -- Miss Hill picked up ono of thohTall upon tho lloor still thdlr mero tho books which Allco had boon trying to road presenco was portentous I have been thinking of what you Oh its history said sho Allco said to mo tho other evening she be- Â¬ for goodness sako dontlotsstudy histo- Â¬ gan and 1 have como to tho Conclusion ry 1 dont know auy thing uboiit It It Isnt tho least uso trying to learn now that you did not moan it Russell wondered what It was and Im too old If Cato loarnod Orook at oigruy prepared to violently disclaim It Ynu gavo mo to understand that said Russell you might begin history girls had no Intollootual mjods sho at elghtor f Yes you might havo begun It at continued Heaven forglvo mo exolalmod Rus- Â¬ olghtoon said ono of tho girls That sell nothing xvas furihqr from my was when you woro it Mr Lawsons s thoughts school Poor old man Hes boon doad over so loiifc There I havo mado you confess So you roally did think that sahXgJio iTO UK COXTIXUKD I was very childish and silly Hut doubtlesa Mr Drown had prepared you An Innocent AimuMncut m for that Husbard What havo you boon doing Indood ho had dono nothing of tho all dny sort and Wife Shopping And so it was nn independent dis Â¬ llusband Oh Only covery of your own That was tho afraid you had teon fluopplng I was UjingK Y reason why you would not talk with xno Good Knwa girls discovered a peculiarly beautiful mummy at Thebes The scientific idea of beanty is sometimes as confusing as that of the crank tusthetc Washington Â¬ scientist announces that lie has hidged by the Price Customer say these twenty five cent eggs arc fresh Clerk Yes sir but if you have any doubts about it perhaps I had butter charge you thirty cents Yankee Hlade Shopman Will you allow me to mmiiI this for you madain Lad v thank you Im driving Ladys Little Girl in ecstasy Oh mummy Are we going back in tho yellow bus You Star Loudon Judy Â¬ Miss Smllax I like to waltz with you Mr Wooden but why dont you Wooden evei reverse Well I have reverses enough in my business without bringing them into my pleasures Iostou Courier I Watts dont approve of this idea of burying every eminent citizen with n brass baud Potts It would not he so bad hough if theyd bury a brtifs band with each eminent citizen A Sad Misupprehension Miss Sev nfigures Oh Mr Gilthunt this sud len proposal surprises me I am embarrassed Mr Gilthunt - Km but raised Thon 1 take it all back I the ught your fortune wus as secure as the bank of England ICate Fields -- 1 Washington You 1 pouted young Mrs MeBride Didnt just say you were worth your w eight in gold remonstrated her hus Yes but you said that when band wo were first married and 1 weigh seven pounds less now Pittsburgh Chronicle Telegraph Not long ugo in a public school ex Â¬ amination an eccuntrio examiner de Â¬ manded What views would King Al Â¬ fred take of universal suffrage the con- Â¬ scription and printed books if he wero living now A pupil wrote in answer If King Alfred were still alive ho would be too old to take any interest in Â¬ did dont lovo me so much as you anything academy The little frozen lake just out of bounds where tall grasses broke the winter wind and the sun seemed ever warm What hours of happiness were tossing about in the waters of the lake Then came the roller craze How could she ever stand the noise the heat the flaming gas jets and the perfume of congealed perspiration Well she had And there worn such halls all over the country There were not are Now they are all livery stables variety Say halls or public dance rooms Minna look at the old dame try In to get her wheels olf The little woman turned around and took up her wrap The old guard wen filing out of the hall the last remnant of the once great army A passing boy tore down the loosened sign and threw it in the street where a thousand iron shod hoofs clattered its requiem Chicago Tribune For rates map tnd other information pertaining to lids populur route call on or CURIOUS FINDINGS uddress any ticket agent - lttipht Tratmlt Even if Hying machines should nil A Seed- Jtclle or I ho Iliiyn Now Joan For prove tt failure it seems probable that over It Ih Hoped within the next fifty years our locomo- Â¬ Holler Skating at the Rink To tive machinery will bo improved sum was the painted legend over clently night to rival Â¬ the entrance to the great hall on Stato est birds The tho speed of tho swiftbest railway engineers street just south of Thirty first street of England There Haltered and drooped the canvas that with and America seem to agree broader gauges and more sign that a few years ago would have careful enlisted hundreds from ovory steam grading of our rulhvuy tracks called highway and byway and now it half creasedlocomotives could be safely in retreated from the erouded streets hundred to a size that would make a miles an hour an entirely where passed not one so poor to do it practicable rate of speed Twenty foot sign was old and it The reverence outlived its day of triumph the engine wheels and six foot ear wheels hud at that new lettering seemed lined in all the involve rate of travel would not even the risk of a hot box The sorrow of a painted face once beautiful Voice When night came and one thousand Miss Emily Dickinson whoso poems lights flickered and glared along the street the sign seemd more in its ele- have been published only since her ment A lierinan band came out and death is said to have left eight hundred played Strauss waltzes and a few of manuscripts of complete poems and fragments of nearly as many more Her the old guard all with medals and -tipped skates straggled into the shyness amounted almost to a manlaand her later years were spent entirely in hall Again there was roller skating at her own home She loved children the rink There was the trick skater and had a habitof lowering gifts to them the erstwhile roller queen the abund Â¬ from her windows ant small boy little girls that looked Tho Hamilton Vntpnnlnl all limbs and teeth and the man who The people of Hamilton 0 ono of was never on rollers That man in the noted pea jacket and water slicked hair is a the most well as cities in the United States as the prosperous great trick skater lie does look a lit- Â¬ of the many thriving most on the line ones tle seedy now but then he used to be of the C H fe celebrates the hun such a swell Hundreds would come to dredth anniversary of its birth Septem see him alone lie is doing his best ber 17 18 und 11 lust a hundred years monogram now There is a woman ago Gen Arthur St Clair then govwatching him She must weigh at ernor of the Northwest Territory with army of from least two hundred pounds She has an now called iOO marched to tho what is Cumminsville pres two little urchins on her lap both ent site of Hamilton on the lllg Miami with dirty faces und few clothes Who river and erected a stockade fort is it Why that is Mrs Hecker now which he called Fort Hamilton her husband is a suloonkeeper You It was a wilderness then and in may remember her as the dashing a iiiuiiii years it in in been transformed bration will Mile DAllervini who used to be such into a busy city The a queen at the 1rincess rink and nightly begin Thursday September 17 with a beautiful pageant entitled The Feast sped over a hundred hearts with her of Flowers and Youth Friday will be gold tipped rollers u day of concerts and meetings ad Over the sounding floor are circling dressed by prominent orators and old the skaters few in numbers old in settlers The celebration will conclude on Saturday witli a grand conceit by a VPiirs Tln- ItMmnn lintiil did 5f Imct w n but it could notawaken the iMiHitihisiKin chorus of JO historical oration by Hon magnificent of the absent thousands It plaved the Joseph Cox ofa Cincinnati parade The fireworks and mammoth Turkish Patrol What splendid mu latter will be reviewed by Gov Campsic once for roller skating bell of Ohio and the governors of Ken A little woman unnoticed before I lucky and Indiana The C II leans over the gallery rail and looks at announces the sale of round trip tickets the musicians She is almost alone in at one cent per mill to Hamilton and the big east gallery Here face is re Â¬ return on September It from Cincinfined but lined with sorrow That man nati Lima Indianapolis Chillicothe next to her with the waxed mustache uud all intermediate points is her husband The little woman looks Thanks said the guest to iliocolomi far beyond the blazing lights and from man who brought his soup at last You the outer darkness conjures up dead have taken a arcut wait off ray mind memories She grows ashamed of the Wusltin lou Star dull animal beside her whom forever A Genuine she must call husband Hut once she Will bo run from Harvest Excursion and Chicago Milwuulteo was so proud of him She met him at other poinU on the lines of the Chicago the rink He was a beautiful skater Milwaukee St Paul Hallway to points in and that was enough Everyone even Western Minnesota Northwestern Iowa Kan in her choice coterie was glad to listen South and North Dakota Nebraska Monsas Colorado Utah Wyoming and to his words of wisdom on the proper tana at cheap excursion rates September art of skating and all were proud to lit 1 91J For further particulars apply to receive his condescending invitation to tho nearest coupon ticket1 iifreut or address HuAFFoai Gen Pass Agt Chi Gno go upon the floor she with the rest cugo If 111 He had bought her such a pretty pair P H It will do your heart good to rco of skates with little white straps and tho iiinpnitlcent eiops in South Dukotu silver buekels and then he taught her They are simply iintucnau all the fancy figures so patiently And who had iitrt returned A rKXTiKMAN she married him from Iiih luiuual sou side linliduy declares Forcing back the last thought she re that several moraines in siuvcssjonusho membered her winter holidays at the took a stroll upon tho beach he BuVUefleu bathing Judy Â¬ Â¬ silver1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE REQUIEM OF THE RINK One Iaro for Hound Trip September liJ tickets at tho rnto of ono fare will be sold from all points in territory south of tho Ohio river nnd west of Indiana to all points in Ohio lndlann and Michigan on tho Hue of or reached via tho C 11 tt I or its con- Â¬ nections Tho tickets will be good thirty days from dato of sale Ask your local agent for tickets via tho C II fc Di or address E 0 McCormlok G 1 T Agent Cincinnati O On Wiihn you ceo a rattlesnake wltl ten rat les and a button you touch tho button and tho snake will do tiie rest Topcku Journal ULCERS CAKCER3 V SCROFULA SALT RHEUM RHEUMATISM BLOOD POISON Wfio u Atf VMBNRVk A X LADIE3 ruLiu c 201HI7S fOR BOY i theso nnd every kindred disease arising from lmpuro blood successfully trcntod by that ncvcr faillnff and beat of all tonics nnj medicines 00 JKto8 ljBBHPPifvryi rvH ll vT9HKJMMMRHMRwr Thrco Hurvcnt Itcurslom Q R R Tho Ihirlington route C H will sell from principal stations on its lines on Tuesdays August ti and SonU 15 and iit Harvest Excursion Tickets at ino llttt to principal cities and points in tho Farming Regions or tho West Bouthwestnnd North west For tickets and further information concerning thoso excursions call on your Q ticket agent or address nearest C B P H Eustls GenlPuss and Ticket Agent Chicago 111 wifts Specific Books on Blood Disoasc3 free RSs W L DOUGLAS S3 SHOE ccnmen THE BEST SHOE III TIIE WORLD F0RTI MONEY and Skin i5cu Printed testimonials application Address e ton Swift Specific ATLANTA QA Co GKXTLKBIEN nnd IADIKS raw jrourdol They Iar by wvnrlnj W I Douglas 8ltoc meet tlio want of all cluiaon nnd tiro tho moit money economical ootwcnr ever oflVrod for tho llewaro of doalrri who oflVr other mnkes m bo lug Juit ni rooiI and bo turo you havo W I Dougisu Bhoui with name nnd iirln dtnmpcJ ou bottom W I Douglut llrocktou Mimi Mt pet I want a quick lunch today Very well dearest Ill give you a hasty piiuutug liuiumoru niuoricua the great historical spectacle under the auspices of the order of Ciucinnatus will be Sept P The Last Days of Pompeii is Pains masterpiece and the fireworks displays are the grandest ever given in Cincinnati Tho C II I announce this last chance with an excursion to Cincinnati and return on Sept 10 at rate of one cent per mile Tho last grand opportunity to witness IHt DllJ K OT tOllipcll Who wins theeyeswms eir-If you re6rd Jr jg fJOfesE w9 m iTV I Intlit oa local ndvcrtlicd ilcnlen rupplylng yoa tVTAKK NO BUUSTlTUTKa t mtm rr cerramiy use is Oi solid cakeol-scouTing-S05pTry - w ui w American Pain from indigestion dyspepsia nnd too hearty eating is relieved at onco by taking one of Carters Little Liver Pills immedi clock Is nhvnys an npproprlnto wed ding gift It means on its fuco that tlioro Uultimoro is no Umo like the present A Y OTJT by your house ately alter dinner Dont forgot this This Is a regular skin game remarked tho banana peel to tho sprawling podbBtriun -- lsiugiiuiuion Republican Pkoplk Are Killed by Coughs thnt Haca liorehouud and Tar would cure Pikes Toothache drops Cure in onemiuutu ITonoy of by your dreso Keep it neat ami clean and your reputation will shine Neglect it and your good name will suffer Do not thtnJc tliat house cleaning is too trouble- Â¬ some it is worth all it cots especially if you reduce tho outlay of time and strength by using SAPOLIO ABB as just as much iHn house dening tfTTZDa IEID Â¬ Â¬ That hrenks the long hot spell said the printer when he pied tho wculher bulletin -- Washington Star IikCui jubi suinnuoii h-j- rvrSA nsumpfeon llrt Â¬ My wife nnd child htxvinfr a sovoro attack of Whoonlnir w u 1UHU ouru liir vtll- M uuiu inuBTho nnd found It a jiorfoct biiccchs bottlo broko np tho Covph and four botthH oofnnlctly cured H SmiNonit 1M7 Superior St Clilcngb Illlnolti thom - R M BARTLETTS Commercial College -- OWING TO INCREASED PATR0NAG15 Till Cntlrre has rnovdl to the Uruot bulldlns In tho city milttkbln or rduciilloiml iuriof occupying tho entire ImlldlDc nbovo tlio Krtiiunl ilnnr Olrtnit lurijcs Kuk aim choupci in tlio world toa to ft and lOU S lutirtli Ntrcit Clnciuuntl Hfiiit for llliutrutrd ciitalouuk V cgkviucmt l tw x THE rA DONALD KENNEDY OWLYTRUE Â¬ Â¬ Nothing can be said Â¬ in favor of tho bpst medicine in tho world that may not be said of tho In one case its most worthless true in tho other it isnt but hou can you distinguish Judge by what is done Theres only one blood purifier thats guar- Â¬ anteed Its Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery and this is what t if is done with it if it doesnt benefit Tho Only Ono liver Irlntod Can You rind WMfts or cure in every case you get your tho Wo il Thoro is a H inch display advcrtlsonienti money back Isnt it likely to bo in this paper tins weeit wincn huh ho i vt words iihkuexcent one word The fltttno if the best true of each new one an- eaiug PaelAveelr All the year round as well at ono from Tho Dr llarier Medicine- Co Vlhirt house places a Crescent on everything time as another it cleanses and pur thevjnake and puuhsti Look for it send tliein tho name of the word und they will ifies the system All blood poisons return you book IjuuitifiU lithographs or must go For Dyspepsia Bilioushuinplcsfiuu ness Scrofula Salt rhoutn Tetter A Titirr died in an Iowa poorhoiise and a tldel Erysipelas or any blood taint or dis Â¬ Ideal paper soletniuv declares that cant make an honest living id that state order it is an unequalod remedy Columbus Post Its tho cheapest too With this Cheap KvciirHlmi Raton via CMonco St Ky you pay only for tho good you get Kuiihis City 1uid Tfio Chicago St Paul te Kansas City Rail And nothing else is just as good way announces a Harvest Kxmrshm at m It may be better for the dealer greatly reduced rates to principal points the West Northwest Routhwestatid South h tickets good for thirty But ho isnt tho ono thatu to bo on September days and covering tho groutcHt variety of helped routes Of Roxhury Mass says f TONIC UlllKlJBIIlllJ 11 11 IRON Will niirlfy IHOOn roinitntn KIUNKVS rcnuMo 11 V15H tUeoriU r Imllil ktrctiKtli rciiuw apuuuii rtioro nuiuiii nnu viirororyuiiui iiynpoitHUi liowor iiicroftftou lioiut ncrvi iiiiib den recilvo now furci I turn complaint po euircrlti inirniiKoiinci y oratucitcu viiuii iiriKMioiiiKi nrnui UI IIL1 Kennedys Medical Discovery cures Horrid Old Sores Deep Seated Ulcers of years standing Inward Tumors and 40 every disease of the skin ex- Â¬ s cullar tuthclrtox iKliurllllnil rusiilooiiuiiiclitcIUnuiinuCoiniltixlon Hold uvrrvwlicri AH pciinlno kooiU her rcwuiiU bend usJcuutstaiuiifora naKO rwuiihlut DR cept Thunder Humor and Cancer that has taken root Price 150 Sold by every Druggist in the U- S and - IIARTER MEDICINE CO St Louis Mo Canada OOLD MEDAL Â¬ PAHIBl07a W UAKKK COS from which tho cxccm of oil hag KLii rumovud Breakfast Cocoa J 11 The I oncost Word hi tlio Iiiiikuiikii imil Sovorul Odd Sentence I hav found Uit longest wonl in the English lungniigo writes a correspond unt It is Veloelpedestriunihtrian Here arianologist thirty five letter are the next longest as 1 make them out 1 It Is imid that the oirly bird catches tin worm but the man who takes the latest imp in tho morning hcLs the lutcit huooro Texaa Sifting KnlghtM Teiiipliir ConcUve I III August Flower W BAKER im ucl in Ha jiripnnitlori It lias tnur titan thrtf tlmtt r7m itrtnglh of Cocoa mixed with Klurch Arrowroot or Kuiar and thcrcforo fnr mora rco nomlcnl cutting Itn tfnin on cent a cup Itldblclouinotir No Chemicals ultKohitrly jytira ami it in soluble WE WILL 0ENr YOU TESTIMONY FHOM IV JPLE WFJ LIVE 7 EAIt YOU ASTHMA UREI nociao3 07 climate needed sm CUED D P KAJ10LD HAYES M SU7TAXO W Y hdilnir firctiKthcnlnKi rmiLT MorsTcu and admirably mlnptid tor lurullda - will u for ptTionn In licultb Isold by Groccr HAY FEVER raoorg t jt white to ud ron TU13 -n- jh VTiiMK l4lKltt llMiHMii cTeryuhcre COiDorohester Masa feliHARTSHORNS NOTICE AUTOGRAPH 7 Before Ouylnz owr I announce very low The C II to Cincinnati and return from all rates points on their lines in Ohio September i tiJ and niS on account of the Ohio Knights Tomplar Conclave to borhehl The last in Cincinnati Tickets will be good re word applies to all that have no pro turning till September W inclusive any preantepemilt that is tj every word For ratesI etc calloron13 or address 0 McCormick agent II of less than six syllables The stem of C T Agent Cincinnati 0 the word of eoprse is nit the re- G P mainder being1 an aggregation of pre I orT your views fnhl t10 sheriff as he Btoclt How does ho fool lie feels blue a deep dark unfading eternal blue and lie makes everybody feel the same way August Flowor tho Romociy dyed-in-the-wo- ol JLii of your 1 I 11 tnoem uewaro of Imitations shS -fi mm IX f juy lii LABEL nrr T0f7Ly THEGENUINE tUtH t Â¬ Â¬ He feels a headache generally dull and constant but sometimes excruciating Â¬ How does ho fool tlio Pont Uitlit ai hero iliowne or vo lioldlnii die liny wlitro urn- Water Proof wntcrln somo COAT Afrf 11 the wIIIIkj paid to tho ocnt of any scale company who will nay over hi ownutttno as uccnttlmUhoJoHM 500 REWARD fixes and sufllxes I have also collected several curious sentences This one contains all the letters of the alphabet and as there nve in it but thirty two letters I think it must be the shortest of the kind ever made Tuck my bo- - with five dozen liquor jugs A eurious thing ubout this sentence is that the six uuueces nary letters are the vowels of the alphabet with the exception of a name v e o u the I and o being re Â¬ peated once The sentence of thirty three letters bus all the letters A Quick brown fox jumps over the lazy log und the sentence f thirty six let lurs also Mack quickly extemporized the five tow bags lloston Journal Â¬ 1 proi cened to seize in trade llulTulo - the pliotograpliors Euipdrur - violent hiccoughing or jumping of or business the stomach after a meal raising Whether on pleasure boat should take on every trip a bottle ol Syrup bitter tasting matter or what he has of Figs as It acts most plcasuatlv ami ot eaten or drunk August Flower iVctuallvon tho kidneys liver uud bowpN Toiirlitft V August Flowor tho Remody He feels a How does ho fool IIMi aiitlmruo tooU an HllcLcr tlmtlalli iiu tllicr point IVmIcIi ut fur tho 80t heoltn Collar 111 ami mm iiaue Mar Bostoij Am TOWKFCf fl Tower IMrROVCU Plsb Brarli ttr SIlcKcr to ti iilto tiulit nt every learn net to ttit trryirertitir dmUfi to taaku el or ttitk and nnd nirm 11 iMin miu i J II la water IIKIU tlic market Hint wk very ulia lluru nropKNl hut will ktik nt evvrv cnm Wo warrant 5 TON WAGON SCALE I not count to nny made nnd n etnndard rcllabl eculu yur pan It u In ni nddrtra only Jones of BlDgMmton BinghamtOQ KT n 60 J II preventing lover hoalaches ami other forms of sickness For salo in Ww uud SI 00 bottles by all leading druggists work hi dull limes tho Romedy How does ho fool Elys Gream Balm 7lMtAn I Tie feels FSyflr0 WILL CLICK SciMilm HiULlof IKNNION nii1 IIIIUAI V IAUj lAYXICK OFAIIREIL WA8HINaT0Mj D 0 -mauic nun rAixnnit Patents Pensions iiturujiili1eirllof Haiiil f ilnvi tuOlitalnnlitctit ihhiu The Ktilfo crlwlrr ought not to bo out of -- N O Picayune sleepless Fou nnv caso of nervousness ness weak stomach indigestion dyspepsia relief in suro U Carters Litilo Liver Pllla disturbances Is nonatlo siruult man tho sculler Is npt Uusum Courier to bo uri oar to nso and nho the gradual decay of vital power he feels miserable melancholy hopeless and longs for death and peace CATARRH t I STT IoultkcfplnirImiiiAnihlprlln UflUC milc Hhiirllmiiilcto thoroughly taught IIIJlwC 1 ody How does ho fool August Flowor tho Rom- lie feels so inost Ileos Best Tohnny have you seen your pupas Romedy easiest for Catarrh liy druggists 2 c tenth anywhere Vessum Me and Annie was craekin nuts with cm only Tnc clerk who hud boon stenMng foro ten minutes ago Epoch long Umo tloJy got IL Uiuiru Gazette full after eating a meal that he can hardly walk August Flowor tho Remedy nimTlint UMnrt nnii Addma vifv VARna Iowa Luum nd U N UK WCoMH IiAVKXfoirr ITXlMt Tilt rAriktnry tMjNiWi A- - R M wbavriib Hiionin bkvd at onck A - rUK -UUULAROC OATALOOUI or wofii Kltimo- Anncrltooi tKlmoiilU I 200 Hitvrrt 91 uoim nffliuviu iimt kxckkd CKOAY n hn fii f Ajiplr llnlni liio rncli noktrll KLy liltunVurrviititNV lfl tyXAUl iihII Trltl lMiifrf Hr ifctrilUk UrAfCUtirUjMrMviHfc tirl V T ttAUT nnitiuu UKlUt K VO IKud OHAinuf Comiiurcu iar9AUK TUM rHlHH1 UtMyMMM OCNT8rieviodtiltilpht nerty only caiiIIaI rnUWiil Auilivit CUlgi 111 - wmmur mm t uu WW HI I II 1381 AVJRTMK f LKAVK Uf AtfvwlUunat lu tuit G G GREEN Sole Manufacturer U Woodbury New Jersey S A 4 Hfetferl CUCinU rullIUni9 crtf Wycriprleiico lUlUMtl tf Iwtre MKN Wkrt MitHKailK CI U iHUWn itihtbUA HHFN WKITINQ T p94t lata tbat jrait m Monthly Crop Itcport Office of CommiMtonor of Agriculture Horticulture mid Stntisticn Frankfort Ky October 0 1891 J Corn At the dato of my last report tho corn crop waa very Happy aiu bc rioua doubts wcro entertained an to whether it would maturo beforo frost The ground was then very wet and had But since been for nearly two weeks wo have- hud no rain of conse that tlrno quence with very warm days and almost constant sunshine Theao causes havo combined to hasten maturity and at Tho this writing it is safo from frost acreago is 5 p r c ut in oxects of 1800 a id 1b taking it all together tho best corn crop possibly over raised in tho Stato and is certainly tho lnrgest ears Tho stund wus aro long aud well filled good with average cultivation and will reach tho gathering season without espe1890 pro- cial injury from any source ducod a very short corn crop only 25J bushels to tho aero tho best estimate that can bo mado on tho present crop is 37 bushels to tho aero as a Stato average It is also a good fodder producing crop In our noxt report will moro fully olnborato tho Stato average per aero aud total Stato yiold It is sufficient to fay wo aro safo in tho hopo of an abundance of hog and hominy Wheat Tho present crop has general- Â¬ ly been threshed aud is a good crop With tho exception of sorno smut aud cocklo thero is little com Now and improved seeds well plaint and thoroughly cleaned are being largely introduced over 2000 bushels huving been distributed alono through this of- Â¬ fice Large importations havo boon mado from Western States and thero seems to bo a general disposition to sow nothing but the best qualities adapted to tho dif Â¬ ferent soils on which thoy aro sown Seeding tho now crop is now under full headway Some of tho early sowing is already up but tho extremely dry weatl cr is seriously retarding its growth aud prevents tho sprouting of that sown and not up For this crop wo need rain bad Â¬ ly Thero is promise of a large acreage is too early to givo dotuils of tho full It seeding will do so November 1st Tho Stato average in bushels for five years from 1886 to 1890 has been 8041295 bushels per year 1890 being the lowest Tho total yiel I and 188 tho highest in 1890 was 0979749 buahela with five per cent increase in aereatjo in 1891 over 1890 The best calculations of increase of yield in 1891 over 1890 would mako tho total yield of tho Stato in bushels in 1891 10200208 an increuso over 1890 of 3280459 bushels Tho general shortage of grain in most foreign countries gives a promising outlook for better prices than now prevail Tobacco Tho total product of tobacco in Kentucky from 1881 to 1890 was 1807364610 pounds product for five years from 1881 to 1885 921669060 pounds product for fivo years from 1886 to 1890 945694950 pounds average product per year from 1881 to 1890 186 786610 pounds average product per year from 1881 to 1885 being fivo years 184333982 pounds average product per year from 1886 to 1890 beim fivo years 189138990 pounds Tho estimates of tho present 1891 crop over 1890 is 6 per cent in ncreago aud 5 per cent in pounds taking both together and add Â¬ ing to tho product of 1890 which was - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ flour-producin- g Â¬ There seemed no danger of frost aud no alarm from this cause forced pro mature cutting Tho crop Iuih generally been allowed to ripen and thoroughly There is little harm from maturo worms nnd tho crop except a small por- Â¬ tion caught out during tho rains will be frco from sand and dirt Ah stated in my last report an open dry September always secures a crop against house burn nnd other ailments that would follow with a wet and humid atmosphcro during tho cutting and cur- Â¬ ing season The crop is nearly all safely housed aud tho very early cutting will soon do to strip Much of it cured on the scafibld Tho only fear is that a good deal of it dried up instead of cured up Thero is some complaint of sunburn on tho ucalTold and in the patch but it is Thero will bo an nb not very serious souco of green frost bitten and house burned in this crop that will bo regarded a blessing of Providence for which wo should nil bo thankful The Burley crop will generally bo very colory with good length nnd ono of tho most useful crops for general purposes for many years This has been all produced by the September weather condi- Â¬ tions aud could not bo foretold Letters received from various sections of the dark tobacco sections indicate a very fino Good length well matured and crop good color and body Tho open September will insure less fired tobneco than has been known for many years Tho leaf widened a good deal undor tho infiuenco of tho September sun and will bo a better stemming crop with moro wrappcry qualities than was thought to bo possiblo September 6th Taking tho crop all together I might say it is a crop of general utility Less luggy than any crop for years past well ripened good color good length fair width fair to fine texture but littlo worm eaten reasonably clear of dirt clear of green frost bitten and house burn Tho Into planting has caught up and a sudden cold snap might catch a little but tho crop is too nearly housed and cured to fear any serious damage Clover Tho condition of clover has been fully an average Tho dry Septem- Â¬ ber however has militated against vigorous growth Tho gathering of seed will be Icis than wan anticipated Pastures Notwithstanding the excessive heat of September pastures are holding up very well in all good gra a sections It is raining at this writing and if it should bo general good fall cis Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ VALUABLE TO FARMERS Tlio I Ming of Crop HtntlMlc nml 1oimltj tor Fnlso HtiitumutitN the HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY Normal and Preparatory School 1891 1892 KENTUCKY CENTRAL RAILWAY 1IIUK OK ASS ItOUTK Auditor Norman in explanation of tho valuo of crop statistics and the penalty the law imposes for a failuro to givo the Assessors a correct statement says Whatever the farmer may think tho law requiring the listing of crop statistics was certainly not passed in the interest of speculators It is of as much value to the farmer to know how large a crop of corn oats tobacco hemp barley and wheat was produced in bin county nnd Stato oh it would bo for a speculator The listing by the assessors takes placo in September for the crops of the year in which listed and as tho returns aro not made up and forwarded to tho Auditor by the County Clerks until tho following spring nnd then not ready for a compilation or any general use for the public until sometime during tho summer it is difficult to see how the information could greatly affect tho values of the crops listed for tho previous year Concerning tho penalty failuro to givo the Assessor a correct statement he also Â¬ ShJiMHZMiJjAZZ TO AM SHOllTIiST AND QUICKEST ROUTE FROM CENTRAL KENTUCKY rOINTS Theory anil Practice a specialty drills tor Teachers NORTH EAST WEST SrCOND TEItM BEGINS AND SOUTHWEST FAST LINE BETWEEN LEXING- Â¬ 16 1891 MONDAY NOVEMBER TON AND CINCINNATI TEACHERS COL USE embraces all the fSTSCHIiDULE in Effkct May 10 1891 lmmiliPH roniilril iii the Common Schools No 3 Daily Â¬ HCSINESS COURSE embraces the Tea Course JJook Keeping Ilusiness chers Forms ami Transactions and Commercial Laws ENGLISH COURSE prepares for Ken tucky University and Colleges of that class- MODERN LANGUAGES ANCIENT South Bound Cincinnati Covington Our rates are less than any school in Eastern Richmond Kentucky Rates of Tuition per Month Livingston Paris Lexington Paris Winchester No 1 Daily Kxpress Le 8 10am 8 18 am Ar 11 18nm 12 Fst Le KxStiu 8 00 pm 3 OOpni c n3 U UO IIJII 3 OOpui i 10pm 10 23pm ii rmin1 7 OOpni - No 5 Aceoiu Daily Daily Lc 11 Vr 12 1 100 EJT 150 and 200 one the other at middle of term BOARDING Payable half on entering School Corbin Middlesborough Cumberland Gap 3 05 4 50 7 35 pin lOuti oam lOnn 7 05 pm 7 55 pm i 15 pm pin pm 1 1 uornin ie Williamsburg Jellico Ar Richmond Le Â¬ 35 in 50 pm 4 50 pm 5 45iin 6120 pm 1 pin StrThere will be no more trouble about Lancaster 4 45 pin the cost of board aud lodg Stanford too high board Ar 5 20 pin ing will be only 200 lKK wkkk kvkry No 6 No 4 No 2 We can accommodate THING kuknisiiki Daily Daily new building new Noktii Bound sixty bonrders in our Express Daily Ex Suu furniture and good fure The teachers live says Lc jJvSH 7 00 am Dormitory and have the immediate Stanford for general in the pf Of so much importance 7 50 am charge the boarders D G Combs is the Lancaster 10 15 am Richmond Ar T3 U80 to tho public nnd for use by the Legcaterer no better can be found 2 c 8 15 am Le Jellko islature in matters pertaining to legisla- Â¬ C 2rs 8 50 am Williamsburg FREE SCHOLARSHIPS the Any scholars takit g first and second hon Corbin tion wa9 tho lawdeemed requiring 0 35 am Ar c 5 a listing of statistics that a penalyor for ors on the completion of their courses in the Cumbd UaiLe H Kn s 0 33 am M shall be entitled to a free failing to do any other act required or Academv in Kentucky University scholar Middlcsbt rough Z 2 flj ui G 58 a in A free Uorutu ship each 0 25 am H 5 gr for doing ono forbidden by the revenue scholarship iu the Academy will be awarded Livingston 11 05 am Ar to one pupil from each of the following Livingston law rends as follows Article 12 11 15nm Lc mountain counties viz ltrenthitt Clay ElLe 0 05 am 12 46 pm 3 When no other penalty liott Flod Harlan Johnson Knott Lee Richmond Section am 1 40 the penalty in Leslie Letcher Lawrence Martin Magoffin Winchester Ar 6 55 am 2 33 pm is mentioned 7 45 pm Paris Morgan Owsley Perry Pike Pow Le 7 00 am 2 00 pm 3 43 pm all such cases shall not bo less than 50 Mcnelee Rowan provided such arrange Lexington ell and 7 53 am 2 45 pm 4 25 pm i it riH This penalty as ments have been madu for the competitive Covington nor moro than 500 Ar 10 49nm 5 40 pin 6 37 pm common school stated in Section 2 of the same article examination bj the consent ns shall author Cincinnati Ar 10 55am 5 50 j in 6 45 pm enable ities or with their may bo enforced either by indictment in each studeut of common school grades to W L Munson Trav Pass Agt tho Circuit Court of tho county or by compete for the scholarship and the appli Cincinnati Ohio cant therefor shall bear a certificate from C P Atmork action in any court having competent the examiner that he has obtained the high S II Knott Traffic Manngcr Gen Pass Agt est mark uttaiued upon the examination in civil common law jurisdiction General Offices Louisville Ky his county S F B Mouse Asst Gen Pass Agt We would advise all to enter at the be Vtiwe Tho following would indicate that ginning Ulianilierot Commerce lHiiluing of a term but you can enter it any Cincinnati Ohio there is still hopo for the paralyzed time and classes will be arranged No 2 Daily to all points except Rowland in the You cannot find a better school Frank Cornelius Purcell Indian Ter mountains of Kentucky Our rates are low Division which is daily except Sunday Ciu- Pinson whose wife our methods of teaching Normal we keep No 1 Runs daily from Lexington to says I induced Mr cinuati had paralysis in tho face to try a bottle abreast with the tide of education Our pu No 2 Runs daily our To their pils arothem best advertisement We refer of Chamberlains Pain Balm No 5 Runs daily from all stations ex you to Hazel Green is the prettiest town in East cept the Rowland Division which is daily great surprise before the bottlo had been ern Kentucky free from many of ills of except Sundar all used she was a great deal better Her railway towns and those of more populaNo 3 Daily except Sunday No 4 Daily between Cincinnati and Lexfaco had beon drawn to ono side but tion iio saloons or harbors of temptation nnd sore The people welcome strungers and influ- ington 2 tho Pain Balm relieved all pain Nos nnd 0 make connections nt Winences for good are thrown around them M V E D ness nnd tho mouth assumed its natural All boarders will be under the supervision chester for points on the N N No 2 Carries through cars from CincinIs also unequalled for rheuma of the teachers Send for catalogues etc shape nati to Middlesborough and Cumberland tism lamo back sprains swellings and Gap and nil intermediate stations and runs WM H CORD daily May 8 1891 PRINCIPAL 50 cent bottles for sale by lameness MMMIUO a yir U bring mid by John R Swango Roso Ooodn li1 roj NYt work tot ui lUatltr IN EFFECT MAY 18th 1891 53 C3 V Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 50 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ aud estimating the 1890 crop at 750 to tho acre as a Stato avorago tho total product of 1891 should bo 185660212 pounds In this report tho acreage is increased from 4 J to 6 per cent ovor my last report as compared with 1850 Taking fivo years as an avorago tho product of 1891 would be in ex cess of 1826280 pounds of tho average for fivo years from 1881 to 18S5 aud short of tho average from 18S6 to lS90of 8478770 pounds or 1076398 pounds short of an avorago for the past ten years This is based upon tho assessors returns aud Is not claimed to bo exactly correct but all calculations aro made up on tho same basis supplemented by about 1200 intelligent correspondents in tho principal tobacco sections Tho total acreago in 1890 222415 tho total acre Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 166811966 pound ago In 1891 235759 At tho dato of my report of September Cth oxcessivo rains had prevailed for about six days aud the crop was seiious ly imperiled by oxcessivo moisture at the critical period of its maturity Tho rain had bcu largely in excess of tho require Â¬ ments of the crop and tho weather had too cool with too little sunshlno to insure abroad and sprcady leaf with But all waall fibre aud silky texture yf at oat the rains ceased aud a perpetual J MUMkiue followed during the mouth of The days were warm and fnytqmlttr 4ry Tba night were reaaouably cool and a areeult the crop hastened tq m -turlty under the moat favorable atispl- - bn to urn from fi to At Salem O Dell Baum attempted nil mom jnu jn rt of In qjr to shoot his father with a shotgun Let ou tn eommrnr Arntrict hunif tlr your llmr iut iiinintl only lo in Ik work All uw Urt y BUM fir ter Carrier Reed attempted to capture W Hurt you furnlhiur Try nnrktr pastures will bo aured tTrylhlnr KA8IIY SIEKIHLY Ifurticl him and received a full charge of shot in one IAIUICtlAIW rUKK AdclrM Condition compared with his thigh inflicting a serious wound Sorghum O rUHTIAXD NAIMl 8TMSU1 A 1 10 1890 Later Officer Bosten shot Baum iu the Garden Products Tho very dry Sep- Â¬ leg and jailed him tember aud excessive heat has not been Consumption Curml favorable to gardens but there was so An old physician retired from prac- Â¬ much moisturo in the soil that they havo tice having had placed in his hands by been fairly well sustained an East India missionary the formula of Hemp Reports as to this important a simple vegetable remedy for the speedy lint crop vary some quoting very high aud permanent cure of Consumption aud somo very low Thero is only 11 Bronchitis Catarrh Asthma aud all or mm important hemp counties in the State Ti Throat and Lung Affections also a posi Â¬ Hemp is rinsed in about 38 counties but tive and radical cure for Nervous Debil Â¬ the bulk of tho crop conies from Woodity nnd all Nervous Complaints after ford Shelby Seott Mercer Lincoln having tested its wonderful curative pow- Â¬ o Jessamine Garrard Fayette Clark Boylo ers in thousands of cases has felt it his The condition of the crop and linurbon duty to mako it known to his suiTcring as an average is reported at SI per cent fellows Actuated by this motive and a compared with a good crop desiro to relievo human suiTcring I will Stock Tho Aphthous fover which send frco of charge to all who desiro it was prevalent with cattlo some weeks this recipe iu German French or Eng- Â¬ ago litis abated There is littlo complaint s- lish with full directions for preparing BmmMhi- Hogs aro going to tho of hog cholera nnd using Sent by mail by addressing fattening pens in good condition Hordes with stamp naming this paper W A aud all kinds of stock havo had a short Â¬ No yes 820 Powers Block Rochester age of old corn and other suitable food N Y 4yl fir tho summer but tho grasses have Carlo Hobbs living near Calloway kept them up Bell county missed some of his corn The ordinary mast such as beech and oak aro abundant and will be largely aud thinking coons wcro getting it got some of his neighbors nnd went after utilized in fattening the hogs them The thief proved to be a largo Very respectfully black bear who proceeded to go after Cha8 Y Wilson tho hunters chasing them home After Commissioner F- - QAPP Jeweler considerable trouble it was killed Thero is more Catarrh in this section EZEL KY If parents who have children subject of the country than all other diseases put together and until tho last few years to croup would tnko tho advico of Rose Swango they would never be without a was supposed to be incurable ror a great many years doctors pronounced it bottlo of Chamberlains Cough Remedy a local dicoaac ami prescribed local rem Â¬ iu the house It will not only cure edies and by constantly failing to euro croup but will prevent it if used as soon with local treatment pronounced it in Â¬ as tho first symptoms appear which can curable Science- has proven Catarrh to always bo done if the Remedy is kept at bo a constitutional disease and thereforo at hand requires constitutional treatment Halls At Glasgow John Wilcoxson a ne-Â¬ y by F J gro was sentenced to the penitentiary jCa f Catarrh Cure manufactured it rVl csPt VL Co Toledo Ohio is tho only for life for the killing of Wm Butter Cheney B 5SS22lr constitutional cure on tho market It is five years ago His son is now on trial taken internally in doses from 10 drop for attempted rape It acta directly upon to a tcaspoouful A man named SJoaser has been ar Â¬ Watches 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