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SPENCER COOPER Owner nnd Editor Hazel Green STATE SUNSHINE AND SHADOW role T 1B n a Of a Noisy World With News From All Nations LumbTing HERALD-- - at His Baok tl00 A YEAR Always In AttVftMO SEVENTH YEAR HAZEL GrllEEN WOLFE COUNTY KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 23 1891 There arc 125 prisoners out on pa Breckinridge county in just achiev- Â¬ ed its first three story houee Near Gleanings Larue county Mary Sknggs aged 12 was burned to death A eray woman named Conner was burned to death in her house near Waco Richmond can not find asito for her public building after it has been allowed by Congress Clark county has moro mileage of railroad in the Stato tban any other in proportion to its area In the Circuit court at Glasgow Jus Stafford was given eight years in the R penitentiary for horse stealing Dr S M Letcher one of tiio bcRt known physicians in Central Kentucky died the other day at Richmond At a negro festival near Sbclbyville the other day Frank Ashby shot and killed Jim Burley both colored Ashby escaped While at work in a saw mill in Scott county Tony Flinn fell against a mov Â¬ ing saw and received serious if not fatal NUMBER 81 WE DO THE ANNIHILATION PRICES GREAT STOCK TAKING SALE OF o OF o- - LiTm h vrv2 0J CLOTHING BUSINESS IN CENTRAL KENTUCKY You can mako your faro and at IcaBt 20 cr cent besides to come to Lexington and CLOTHING -- i 31 ttWJini H x 4 uy your Clothing SUITS AND OVERCOATS for Men and Boys from us Besides this wo offer you tho largest stock to select f rom that you can seo anywhere If you cant come write and flixi HIT aaYJifjfg o AT o TELL US WHAT YOU WANT and well send you samples to select from If goods dont suit that wo sell or send you RETURN AT OUR EXPENSE If you want a suit made iooder and cant come let us know nnd woll send you samples and measuring blank with di- Â¬ rections to take your measure and well astonish you how cheap we cab make your clothes to order for you Wk bell wholesale and retail tOUI PRICE GUS STflAUS CUT IN TWO ONE PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE KAUFMAN 04 East Main Straat 3Vf v to k Louis I READ OUR PRICES READ OUR PRICES READ OUR PRICES Our 750 Suit worth 15 Our 10 Suit worth 20 Our 15 8uit worth 30 Our 20 Suit worth 40 Our 1 Undershirt marked down to 50 Cents Our 1 Drawers marked down to 50 Conts injuries Our 2 Undershirt marked down to 1 The Cumberland Coal company has Our 2 Drawers marked down to 1 been incorporated to develop 1758 acres of coal land iu Crittenden and Union counties Gov Brown during the first month of his administration pardoned 16 con- Â¬ All goods marked in Plain Figures We will cut them in victs a larger number than any preceding Governor Half which means 50 cents on the Dollar The Democrats of Fayette county have nominated Edward Frazicr for Good Sheriff and James C Rogers for Clerk of the Circuit court Mrs A V Hal cut and hung over one thousand sticks of tobacco and help Â¬ ed to house about six thousand sticks near Pleasureville A fire started in tho woods near Grayson last week and raged furiously is an opportunity once in a lifetime Re for some time burning fencing hay and member you have the best assortment in Kentucky timber to the value of 5000 There are perhaps forty cases of to select from diphtheria in Falmouth and vicinity a gre iter number of which are fortunately of the milder type Their school has been compelled to shutdown W B Atkinron an inventive genius of Franklin has lately completed tho model of an electrical signal by which he claims railway collirons can be ren Â¬ dered absolute impossibilities David H Black one of the most prominent citizens of Knox county and County Clerk for the past five years died one day last week aped 33 years De- Â¬ ceased was a Mason of high standing daughter Mapgie eighteen-year-ol- pO LEXINGTON Kr Secretary and Treasurer J M KELLY President tyM BBJG1IT WHENEVER YOU VISIT LEXINGTON OAtL QN THE BOYS DEPARTMENT Lexington Foundry Go Office 99 EAST MAJN STREET Â¬ Shop K jftf r TJ RAILROAD nt ar 7th 8t TWJ w Summer Coats at 20 Cents They are operating THE LARGEST FOUNDRY AND MACIIINK SHOP IN STATE east of Louisville Mens Seersucker Coats 50 Cents Worth 100 MiltDONE at the LOWEST living riucE8 Office 99 All kinds of BOILER AND ENGINE REPAIRING SKILLFULLY J tf KELLY President EAST MAIN STREET Fpundry on K U RAILROAD T AVinirf MXy JJXlIlIJOIl V fflJIflBThis r Gus Straus Leading Clothiers of Lexington Ky The undersigned takes pjeasure in announcing that they have just eoupleted ar ranRetnents with the American Book Compnny that will enable him to sU lie school books adopted bv the tiiato Hoard oi Jbducatlon at l he following reduced rates 15 McGuAeyi Smnfl Primer 3K Bays New First Arithmetic SlA Revised Primer Second Arithmetic 17 Third Arithmetic Eclectic Speller 50 17 Key td Mate 50 First Bender 210 Second Reader 85 Iliyh Arithmetic 42 Third Bunder 75 Kevtosatne Fourth Header McGufleys 1st Eoleetie Geography 55 f0 FilTtli Reader 1 10 75 2d Eclectic Geography 1 30 85 3d Eclectic Gcotrrnnhv Sixth Tho above school book publications of t le American Book Company are well known standards and wc shnll at all limes have a full supply on hand for sale to school officers teachers or pupus at tne prices named umer roiiooiiooks published by the American Book Compnny 137 Walnut Street Cincinnati supplied at correspond iueiy low prices J T DAY CO Hazel Green Ky nnvii k school books ii S rv of George Applegate Bnrdstown was accidentally shot and killed An old musket loaded with buckshot fell to tho floor and was discharged the con- Â¬ A SURE AND CERTAIN CURE KNOWN FOR IS YEARS AS tents disemboweling tho girl THE BET RCMEDV FOR PILfS In Owen county Dr J L Massie PREPARED BY RICHARDSON TAYLOH MEDCOSTtOUlS MO a wealthy physician of Elmvllle shot down Jesse Hanover who was unarmed and walking along the public road A woman is said to be at the bottom of the affair that led to the assassination Tho Court of Appeals has affirmed DEALER IN the decision of the Green County court Implements in assessing a fine of 500 against tho L Hardware Qusensware N railroad company for doing conVulcan Chilled Plows best made Evans Triple Harrows Whiteleyb Solid Steel Hinders and struction work in that county on Sun- Â¬ H F Aveky Sons Steel Plow day The court holds that as no trains Hall Mitchell Cob Steel Hill- - Mowers Cclumria Twer and Granger Sulky were running tho work was not necessary jOWB 81 DP Hay Rakes Improved Malta Double Shovel on that day Cooks Patest Evaporators Plows A fire at Mayfleld tho other day Olivek Chill and South Bend Plow Havens Pioneer Cane Mills Wagons burned over nearly six acres of ground Fish Bros Ceieiirated Repairs 6 Ton Wagon The Newport News and Mississippi Val- Â¬ S Standard Stoddards New Climax and Tiger Jones U price H with n written guar Â¬ Scales Dihc Harrows ley freight and passenger depots tho antee for 5 yenra Evan8 2 horbe Corn Planters Western tobacco companys warehouse Kentucky and GOO hogsheads of tobacco and a num- Â¬ The largest stock of Cook ami Heating Stoves of any house in Eastern ber of resiliences were destroyed Tho and Builders Hardware a Specialty total loss is placed at 100000 insur Â¬ ance light side S Maysville Street MT STERLING KY The shareholders of tho Middlesbor ough town company held a meeting in London England recently and voted 1250000 to continue tho Improvement LEXINGTON KY iuAa umi at Middlcsborough It is thought that there will be a change of management Almost Model and that the resignations of President SEATING CAPACITY 150 and A A Arthur and other officials had Fresh Oysters at all seasons Blue Points Saddle Hocks New York Counts been accepted though there is no definite Mobile Counts CENTS information at present regarding this REGULAR MEALS season always u Delicacies of the Meals to order at all hours Mr Edward T Power may auceeed Ar the i no most complete anu monern kikhbi inworld State -with a Miller Improved llange thejflaest In the - thur iHisTPNgewiN tu ervoirs fcchweHts two larfce broilers and hot and cold water FOK HYMPJCPHIA in HUM yytklnr from a half a beef te a tid blt df sweetbread and hMhe ohIv one of the kind Um fira Xwtaoty J lkMcUi njcpinnnmd It wovly Omwhm Alt JUaU MlettlLltWWrMtUe A hearty welcome and the ot conrteow trwtrojtat Ut alj III llpjer Hiff TinwarelAgricultiiral il Seeing V is Believing And a good lamp d CURES N0THIN6 BUT PILES must be simple when it is not simple it is Simple Beautiful Gomllhcsc not good words mean much but to see The Rochester will impress the truth more forcibly All metal tough and seamless and made in three pieces on tBSSiHp ii is aosoturciy sajc anil unoreanaoie jukc Aiaauins of old it is indeed a wonderful lamp for its mar- Â¬ velous licht is purer and brichter than cas licht softer than electric light and more cheerful than either kniul wc will semi ML Iook fbrthtftstniiip Tutf Hocmkstrr Hnrrifilfr mill th ItI mi tvaiit -- Ivarlelles from the Aax irthelampdealerhRfttittheffriiHlHe tV mm Iltitut Mtl xaUlnMiui uu n Inmp nafely by ocprc your choice of over UWUO t ItOMIKNTim LAMP uimi itorr in Ike WotlA CO 42 Vark Plate New Yerk City The Rochester HAZEL GREEN KY SVfr m -- Â¬ mn t I uiMucrinrLr AND DKALKR IX I I I 1 tZ Vj T it Ii L U C0FFNSCHSKET5 And TrhHMtaes if All KtMs Cutltry ihtars East teful am prepared to ftirulsh on short notice and at low prices COFFINS OF AhT KINDS AND SIZES from the cheapest to the very finest I can furnish eeMas eaeaper than you can buy the trimmings Price of Coffins from 5 up I have a aae kem and will deliver coffins cheap m j i c Hns II0 in A Restaurant in ifrot Klfetem Every Feature FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS REPAIRED fVfRQrlimVrTiQI 1U I UiH Jp3 jU0 very lowest prices arrangements are such that I eau furnish ToMktm or MnnumeHts from aHy kind of Marble ar Graake aad at thtf Very respectfully Ac J W OKAVIW My 1 wTrSrVH3E5Bs5sw5siWBswssws5fsBBBBWWK 25 AJJJiSSA -i- minimi uttmdJ MtTMKTMN m MN mmttm m mtmm timiuimmiu krm tuMH ky mmIMTMt Ml wmmmmmmmm Y KXE- - GUS IAJIGART Propwfcor bu wk Artt ttiNl LffiNwa 14 Mshm m w ffr 1 JuD rKinilmlla t r rTTT - E0UTEI AT THIS OFFICE rQH tkndro order S lfr fiX Vt ll P I fc i r 1 necessary to tho happiness and safety of tho critic but bo did not venturo to rsVihr say so Ho was planning to be tbo lass aUZXL QKBKX KY crltlo on tbo list in tho hopo that tho sooloty would dlo a natural doath boforo his turn camo But tho subjoct of critics was dropped for the moment WHERE DOES HE DWELL whilo tho society wont into oxeoutivo Where dwelt ta god of lorof Doth bo session and wrostlcd with tho question abWe of names and uses for tho committees With beams tint la a maldons tresses bl Jot Russell was chairman and tho girls Or doth the rascal shield bis cunning wiles Aatld aa ambush of bewitching smiles oithor talked to him all at onco or didnt Peretaaaoe behlad seme flashing Jot black cyo talk to him at all When ho detected Ho lurks asd lets his deadly arrows fly any thing liko a motion ho requested a Mayhap he liven mid timid frowns that raco voto which was generally a unanimous With tender touch across a maidens face aftlrmatlvo because by tho tlmo ho Romo say tho littlo rascal oft Is found could call for tho nays the girls had bo Where silvery nofes of gleeful laughter sound gun to talk about something elso and And by a loving word ho quick disarms Ills victim and beguiles him with his charms didnt hear what ho said It was decided to glvo a reception to Or doth ho rulo a world of heavenly bliss tho friends of tho society and a commlt Concealed behind the sunshine of a klsi Zt may be that upon some swon llko breast teo to decldo what sort of a reception it He builds his throne contentedly to rest should bo was appointed by tho chair Tho while oer Illy cheoks ho paints a blush assisted by all tho members simultane- Â¬ To lure sorao willing heart with hopes to crush ously In fact that was so much assist Â¬ Ferfcaps clad In tho armor of a sigh ance that after tho committoo had boon This Warrior doth his artifices try appointed nobody could remember who Or lcrklog near somo maidens eager car was on It But by this tlmo tho courso Blags tongs that only lovers hearts may hear Ve know not how nor why nor whoro ho of dobate had changed and this vory lives difllcult question had arisen How shall Yet feel tho magic that his presence gives wo lot tho people who como to tho re- Â¬ can La Ruo Durnett In West Shore ception find out how much wo havo Various learned that they dont know solutions of this problem wero olfored but thoy wero all open to tho objection of suggesting school days and graduat Â¬ Hazel Green Herald TJUfoa ooorjcn tkat such aa arrangement would Rvasell wm strongly of the opinion bo T nan who had bcon engaged to do cleri- Â¬ cal work and who held a sharo of stock Ray had advised postponing any actlvo operations till fall This plan had not struck Russell favorablyfor ho wanted to get hold of somo money as quickly as possible Borrow somo on your stock sug Â¬ gested Ray when tho young man vent- Â¬ ured to hint that ho was in need But it isnt worth any thing yot Nobody knows whothor this machino will amount to any thing Justlotono or two mon know quietly Lot that Im bohlnd it said Ray them hear that Micros going to bo a big boom on It and that Its to bo worked up in n hifrry Thon go to thoso follows and oiler your stock as collateral for a loan 1 But I dont want to loso tho stock You dont havo to loso it After youvo mado tho loan lot tho fellow hear that Ivo stopped out and that tho wholo thing has fallen into nothing Let him got it quiotly liko a straight tip Thon havo a friend of yours fo round to him and pick up your paper at about llvo per cent on tho dollar You pay your ing exercises tr horrid part of it whoro theroH nothing happening but politics and overy ovont oocurapnotrio particular Info that nb fbSdycan over rpmombon J Conversation at this point becamo an Â¬ imated and gcnoral This is about tho way it ran fQtHtudy tho lifo of a groat njan t -j 0h hoa woman t QIIAPTEIl VIIIGontivpeo Oh I think history would bo nice isald Alice only dont lots tako any interesting A man would bo over so much more And womon in history aro Bomothing awful Wo might tako n nook Or Horbort Sponcor iDont lets tako him ho hasnt boon dead long enough Why ho Isnt dnnd atall Irboh Ihoy all lhljghed oxcopttho girl who had slain Mr Spencer Kussoll ventured to Buggot literature but itap poarod that ovorybody know Shakos poaro too well and nobody know any Inxly el80 woll enough At this point ono of tho girls suggested that tho Boctoty had not boon organized Ilus boII was thereupon unanimously elected president after which tho girls successively declined tho olllco of secretary In Uiis omorgoncy Russoll was deposed from tho presidency und choson secre- Â¬ tary While ho was trying to oscapo from that responsible post it was dis Â¬ covered that tho sooloty had no motto Plvodlfforont languages wero instantly proposed as tho propor vohiolo for tho boo vtys watchword but it was dls covod thit nobody had sufllclontcom- Â¬ would bo a good idea to havo each mom her of tho socloty register a vow not to talk upon a frivolous subject with any young man at tho reception in his caso young tho resolution would read woman of courso Each mombor should koop a record of tho number of topics of conversation introduced by hor and hitherto unheard of by tho other party to tho conversation Every such topio should count one and tho member hav- Â¬ ing tho highest score at tho end of tho evening should bo entitled to a prlzo which should bo awarded in tho prosenco of the societys guests This plan mot with rhuoht favor at first but finally it was voccd down oa the ground that Russell would eoruilnly win and that tha was why ho suggested it which was vorytnoan of him bceaun of course hV could find any quantity of girls who didnt know much and prob-Â¬ ably ho wouldnt play tho gamo fairly any way Thou tho question of a namo came up again followed by tho appointment and dissolution of half a dozon moro committees Tho seurch for a motto camo noxt and it gradually drifted into a general conversation on music mll llnory and tho drama Afterwards sorao Russian tea was served and thon thoro wfes just tlmo enough for a voto that Socrotary Russoll should como to tho noxt mooting of tho socloty pre Â¬ pared to glvo It a namo a motto and a subject for research CHAPTER IX TUB MANHATTAN EIXCTHO MOTOlt COMPANY Russell thought thnt it Culture If tbo society should map oat a plan for itsolf at any meeting h foresaw that at tbo timo of tho next as Bombly there would bo at least sovon different ideas of what that plan had been and sovon opinions of any thing that might be offered as a substitute Tho resulting debates would not bo In tho lino of mental progress But it was not because of theso considerations that Russell continued to call upon Miss Ray as frequently as tho circumstances would permit Ho wont because ho found it moro and more agrocablo to do so Ho was becoming oven deeper involved in money making schemes of a naturo ill calculated to mako a man feci at pcaco with himself Theso fanciful projects appeared to spring up without his volition and to control him JIo wis their creature Thoy gavo him a living but for all ho could sco thoy might cut him off with a shilling any day Ho regarded himself as an inflated fraud and though this was ou tho wholo rather pleasant at first h j enjoyed the variety of feeling honest onco in nwbilo And whon such a desiro camo to him ho called upon Alico Ray and talked of tho subjects which interested hor as frankly aapho herself and derived a ploasuro which ho did not understand hut which camo to him becauso ho really was honest in regard to her and hadnt a thought in his brain which couldnt havo boonxsafoly photographed for her inspection or Browns Ho liked her simply as ho liked sunshine and fresh air Sho was so palpably Innocent ol small deceits and vanities Russell rather likod Mrs Ray too Sho was inferior to hor daughter in overy way Even in her youth sho had not possessed half of Alicos beauty ye at forty fivo sho was by no means thu Â¬ tooman mho can see Shes tho woman who gets well Its tho woman who toortt 6ee and wont bclievo who has to suffer A And MHETINO OF TUfi STOCKHOLDERS - A J I wero satisfied Of courso it isnt worth wHilo for mo to spend much tlmo on this thing at first said Ray After you got it go- Â¬ ing so that wo can work deals with it Ill stop in but tho provlous develop- Â¬ ment Ill loavo in your hands But I cant organize a company all alono Russell objected thoro aro some sort of laws governing tho pro coss I suppose Suro replied liny youll need c lawyer and of course Ill put up for his fee Thon all youll need will bo threo or four friends and a fow bottles of champngno Ill stand tho cham Â¬ pagne 1 wont appear in tho company at tho start You and your frlonds will unite in signing an application for a ahead and organlzo your com- Â¬ I havent pany said Gilbert Ray tlmo to attend to It just now Ho and Russell had been discussing Docrlngs model Ray was suro thoro was money to bo got out of tho machino and Russell was suro that thoro was money to bo got out of Ray and both Jo fr TUKX TUKV AU TU11NKD VVOX HU8SKIX - r V fl 5 2 t Bv V f mand of any of them to bo suro of tho accuraoy of a quotation From this point disqussion drifted naturally to tho study of tho languages and tho eomparativo usefulness df Fronoh and German was warmly debated But wo cant study oithor without a Raid Alioo and a toaohor teacher would be horrid Doosnt Mr Russoll know Fronoh Mked Alls Hill I can read a blllof faro if tho Fronoh Inward does not try to wrlto it in En glisfc said Russoll hut ray knowledgo of the language docs not go much fur ther Suppose we study English Ob it isnt the loastuso to anybody ei4 several girls in chorus You cant poealby kaow enough abqut it to nake tMjmwky that you do MW oght toaave some committer natter of accommodation saM nm et Um girls Maad we naed a The first stockholders moetlng was in ritito t WhlaV wa daeMa what were held waya comfortable beer salodhaarow Iraimg Three of the stockholders i wii kara aaawabsdy a- - th shook die for tha drinks while Ruseel a wfc ia wwpP tlla4 the Batura of various prepesV Vpn WHPH Wa jJU W w UMi JaMM k wnwm IWJ fcfo wafeh we wmm farawtbly raoaivad ad moftUA by ta Metatarjr a yauag W1 charter But wo donJUvant to glvo awuy tho naturo of thlH mafihlno just yet Thoro isnt any nood of It Toll your frlonds its a contrlvanco for making doughnuts Thoy wont inqulro into it Theyll bo only dummies anyway Aftor your companys fortned theyll nominal- Â¬ ly hold a share of stock each par valuo ton dollars but thoy wont put up anj raonoy Just got somo inon who will bo handy when you want to hold mooting At tho start thoyll voto to transfer to you in consideration of tho patont etc half tho capital stock Ill buy tho other half minus tho throe shares your frlonds hold You and your frlonds can hold meetings without iny being present Ill toll you what to voto and you can toll tho dummies It was on this plan that tho Manhat Â¬ tan Eloctro Motor Company was organ Â¬ ized with a capital stock of ono hundred thousand dollars which Kay said would bo increased soon Russell had no diffi Â¬ culty in finding threo mon who would lend him their names for this purpose He was to havo an office in a room which was already tho headquarters of several enterprises and ho choso bis incorpora- Â¬ tors from among the men who bad desks there Having no intoroat in tho com Â¬ pany they would always vote right as a friond a small commission and youll bo way ahead on tho transaction To do Russoll justlco ho was shocked by this proposition and ho continued to regard it as a temptation of Satan till about tho middlo of August when ho got vory hard up and worked tho schemo on a confldinggentleman named James Remington That is to say ho negotiated tho loan with tho knowl- Â¬ edge that probably no other way out of tho difficulty would present Itself ox copt that which Ray had suggested Not only was his conscienco disturbed by this affair but ho was torraonted by tho fear that John Deering would hear of It Deering had kept out of sight of Ray according to agreement but ho had called frequently on Russell to ask how things wero gotting along Tho first time ho had como with a paper for Russoll to sign It was an agroement which put their rotations into the form of a contract terminable on tho violation of certain obligations Ancng them was a pledgo that no stock jobbing operations should bo carried on in connection with tho en- Â¬ terprise Deering had begun to bo sus- Â¬ picious I wouldnt havo this machino of mino used to further the designs of dis- Â¬ honesty said ho If thoros going to bo any orookod york I shall havo to put my foot on it Russell did his best to reassure Deer- Â¬ ing Ho described his own moral char actor in torins which mado up in com Â¬ prehensiveness what thoy lacked in Thon ho cautiously substantiation disclosed tho secret of Rays connection with tno onterpnso ana sam a row words about him which ought to havo boon saved for his obituary notice But Doering did not sceni to bo impressed I dont think much of thoso brokers said he and his connection with this affair only makes mo the moro anxious Thoso follows always want something Thoyvo got so used to for nothing buying and soiling pieces of paper and promises and reaping wheat whoro thoy havo not sown and floating tho stock of railroads which consist of half a cord of second hand tics and a surveyors report theyro so mixed up in business of that icinu i say mat moy can t treat a really valuable commodity with propor respect But if you peoplo aro going to soil maohinos and not stock Its all but with good instincts nnd breeding sho had nover felt tho want A safe mother for a girl after all for it is impossible to Inherit evil tendencies from a person of no teideiiies whatovor It was easy for Russoll to win her ap probation Ho mado no special effort to do so but ho was innately respectful and of a most courteous demeanor Gilbert Ray had told his wife that Russell was a hustlor who would bo heard from and sho had taken this to mean an active young man who mirht bo supposed to prefer theaters and wine suppers of a riotous and forbidden char actor rather than peace and quietness Sho theroforo felt complimented bv his ovident delight in the home like evenings he spent there with no moro hilarious entertainment than a some- Â¬ what vacuous conversation and a littlo music If ho had been in lovo with Alice that would havo been another Â¬ Â¬ perfectly harmless powerful general as well as uterine tonio and nervine imparting vigor and strength to tho wholo system For periodical pains weak back bearing down sensations nervous prostration and all female complaints its a positive remedy It improves digestion enriches the blood dispels acnes and pains melancholy and nervousness brings refreshing sleep and restores health nnd strength No other medicine for women is guaranteed as this ia If it fails to give satisfaction in any case tho money paid for it is refunded You On ombodied prophecy which sometimes pay only for the good you get frightens suitors away Mentally shi these terms its the cheapest was almost a blank as Brown had said But more than that its the best Â¬ Â¬ medicino a legitimate medicine thats mado to stop womans suf-Â¬ fering and euro womans ailments Its Dr Pierces Favorito Prescription Its purely vegetable and Â¬ its needless Theres a aLnsfekH D4n i aw AQjiJsnSaMannnanri Â¬ Â¬ RELIEVES REMOVES REVIVES Failing ENERGY Congestion Pain nil Stomach Dlstrcsi NoiHcn Scnso of Fullness satisfaction Alico sang and played well and both her parents wero goodiistenors though Mrs Ray had a slight tondenoy lo somnolency They stayed in tho city very lato that season to Russells groat others company in tho good old fashion itsolf They spent almost all their evenings at home and enjoyed each no sign Tho life of tho family was simplicity matter but the maternal 030 detected RESTORES OR Normal Circulation and Waiuis to Tok Tirs HARTER MEDICINE CO St LaeH Me tirvivci right Taiit Wilson I desplso a hypocrite Tomson So do I Now take Jackson tor oxaraplo CHAPTER X rLATTKKINQ AND PNaxrSCTXD hes the bluest hypocrlto on earth J As a conscientious man Russell could uuspw iubi man not fully persaade hlssself that Browns But you appe lr to be bis beat frUndV desire for Mhw Kays intellectual ad- Ob ye I try to appear friendly ta-wtuia i adequately net by ward bin It py bet hMd taa work ol ike Boaiaty for Gtawal I witnessed But Rpfsoll had a suspicion that whon Ollburt Ray bofan aotlvoly to direct af Â¬ fairs there wouU bo only one command rdout namely the olovonth Russoll guaranteed this and every thing elso which ho could think of that seemed to require any supporting testi- Â¬ mony Ho took tho moral character which ho had previously constructed for himself and built a piazza around it and put 911 acouplo of bay windows and a cupola But ho said that ho thought it was too lato to ask him to sign any pa pora I cant holp that said Doering Invontlon hasnt been tho mothor of nocesslty with mo as it has with some men If you dont liko my torms I can wait till Providonco raises up somebody olso to dovolop my Invontlon If Russell had had faith that Provi- Â¬ donco would raise up another invontlon for him to develop ho might havo re- Â¬ sisted this demand but as tho facts stood ho had no cholco but to sign Tho torms of the anti fraud condition wero put down in blaok and whlto and Ho mado othor acquaintances through tho Sooloty for Goneral Culture Thib organization discovered at its second mooting that tho approaching summer would dry up tbo springs of knowledge and it was voted yand reconsidered and voted again aud finally sottled by agon oral misunderstandinc that tho third session should bo tho last till fall Tho girls all pledged themselves to read durlngtho summer a lot of books tho names of which thoy couldnt aftorwards remember andthus gain a store of wis domto share wlien they reassembled Russoll road tho minutes of tho previ Â¬ ous meoting which ho had mado out with offonsivo acouraoy Tho eirls all protostcd that they nov6r said any thing of tho sort or voted that way at all Tho report was thon amonded in such a thor Â¬ ough but unintelligible manner that tho Recording Angol could hover havo rec Â¬ ognized It as an account of anv thine which had transpired on earth during his torra of supervision This seeond mooting was not at tho Rays but at a houso near by All tho girls lived within a stonos throw of ono another Through this association Rus soll received invitations to ono or two minor social gatherings In tho vory last days of town lifo Near tho end of Juno tho Rays wont to their summer homo on tho Hudson It wasnotboyond oasy access from Now York and Russoll was ox pcoted to como up frequently during tho summer This cordiality woull havo amazed him if tho extraordinary kindness which had hithorto boon shown hlra by tho Rays had not prepared him for almost any thing Ho accoptod most of Rays invitations which generally Included a Saturday nftornoon and Sunday aftornoon at tho villa and a sail up and down In tho millionaires bandsomo A stnam vnnlif n tin m n uearned to nlav tonnls and tn won ptoturosquo summer clothing no was a young man doslgnod by naturo to com ploto a landscapo with a striped blazor Â¬ Â¬ K Ar Latest Styles IATLST IAKIS AMI XE11 ilX TDK TUI1K USHIONS rVOnWKof your Now dcalrr or fi nct Jlctn roi liitrt number to WJ MOIIMK IublUlirr York 3 lut 1Jth w jint Vt tt f LArt Dc La Mode cornnrn piatjc crXAUt tuu PArrit tur n htw ELYS UKEAMHALM CatabrH HMa7T7TcWB Â¬ when applied Into tbo ImmitHhAM RaUXlJS tiostrhs will be at Borboii effectually cIcnmliiR tho bend of catarrhal virus cauv I rK healthy secretions y avv kmmm It nllays Inflamma- snw protects tho tion nicrabrane from attill tlonalcolcls completely benlstho sores ami restores seme of tasto aid smell TRY THE CURE iAp V10 AnPPHoil Into ouch noktrllunliacre J HHOTllinw W Warren or iy twill Vork fiiMum Slroei I uw Â¬ HAY FEVER tr puis will savo many bllU Tlioy wra specially prepared hi a Ono box of thcae SAVES MONEY clollnrs In doctor a want lonr fol move unhealthy accitmiilntloHThey re from the body without naiiNca Adapted to youHjr and eld or tcHping lrlce 33e A Family Medicine anil anppllcn perfect Imitation of nature Use TUTTS HAIR DYE 9 160 TO UK CONTINUED WS WELL SEN2 YOtT TESTIMONY ASTHMA prosc prjpiiis vrro LIVX rJ8AS YOU no oLitf MToTcLraATx hskzTkb A Hypocrite CORED snv CURED F HAHQLD HAYES M 0 amrrxxo x y Jy v5i HAY FEVER ajraj aa uut V ruiZZZ v n 4 IM4l4kA i Jlllrtlll 1 b Jat t jaMiL- - MbHfciabwiu tiOm rVl rV K 1 MM i V i and how tho boy David catna in and to passage that make the audtee played tho ovll spirit out of him A with great eyes and kntr on end Spanish king was melancholy The as though by a vision of tho Witch of OAMFTOK XT windows woro all closed Ho sat in Erfdor And he who tries to plrato all darkness Nothing could bring him will fall In every thing Nevertheless S COMB PMfMBM X forth until Fnranell enrao and disÂ¬ you are to admit the fact that this con Ilia patmasia ef the ftraveMaf priftt If coursed music for threo or four days to test which Is going on not in hundreds mptetfHlly alielted Taale the fceattol him On tho fourth day ho looked tip but in thousands of tho churches of the avary atteatiea far the eeJert af gveete nnd wept and rejoiced and tho win- United States to day is a mighty hln dows Woro thrown nnon nml Unit wMnl dcranco to tho advancement of this art RED KELLAW speak about sacred music first showing nil tho splendors of tho court could not In this way scores and scores of WIT you its Dr Tnlmago took for his text last some of importance and then stating do tho power of song accomplished churches aro entirely crippled as to In tho obstacles of its advance- Â¬ If you have anxieties nnd worriments Sunday Gcnusis lv 21 Ills brothers ment lluence and the musie is a damage M S try this heavenly charm upon them rather than 11 praise name was Jubal ho was the fatlicr I draw the first argument for tho im Â¬ Do not sit down on thn hunle nf tho of all such as handle the harp and or portance of obstaclo advancement sacred muslo from tho fact hymn but plunge in that tho dovil of of Another has been in thoerroneous noan this art the that God commanded it Through care mny bo brought out of you apl8ly PORTlMOUtK Lnmcch liail two boys tho one a Paul tion that this part of tho service could He tells us to admonish one It also nrousos to action A singing be conducted by delegation Churches -icrdsman and tho other a musician another In psalms SALARY 25 PER WEEK and hymns and church is always a triumphant church have said Jubal tho younger son was tho first spiritual songs Oh what an easy tlmo we Wanted Good Arxts to smj 2f through Davbl Ho If a congregation is silent during tho shall have and Ho started the first organ builder This minister will do the GSNKAL LIKE OF MRRCKAXDUR cries out -- Sing ye to God all ye king Â¬ exercise or partially silent it is tho preaching tho choir will do tho singing VXDDL1KO sound that rolled from tho wondrous doms of ABOVR SALARY WIXIi Ml And carh instrument which has had so much to hundreds the other passages there are silence of death If when the hymn and wo will havo nothing to da And paid to livb aokxts For vm of I might is given out you hear tho great hum of do with the worship of tho ages Hut name proving that it is an much a hero and there a father and mother in you know ns well as I that thoro are TXER INFORMATION ADPXIMt a great multitude of churches all CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO what improvement has been made un mans duty to simr as is hU ilntv it Israel while the vast majority is silent through this land whero tho people aro 178 W Van Bursa St Chicago III der the hands of organ builders such pray Indeed I think there aro moro that minister of Christ who in presid Â¬ not expected to sing tho wholo if as Itcrnhard Sebastian llach and commands in the Bible to Ring than ing needs to havo a very strong consti- Â¬ work is done by n delegation ot Gorge Hogarth and Joseph Booth and there arc to MATLOCK pray God Thomas Itobjohn clear on down to for tho human voice not only asks tution it ho docs not get tho chills Ho four six or ten persons and the nu HENRY WITH Â¬ but for instru- needs not only tho grnco of God but dionca is George and Edward Jardino of our own ments of In such a church in music He asks for the cym- Â¬ nerves like whalebone It is amazing Syracuso silent older persisted in sing an old day I do not wonder that when tho bal and the harp trumpet as how some peoplo who have voice ing and so tho choir appointed n com MCMILLAN HAZEN GO first full organ that wc read of as well ns the organ and thosupposo And I that enough to discharge all their duties in mittee to go and ask tho squire If ho given in 767 by an emperor of the cast in tho last days of tho church tho tho world when they como into tho would not stop You know WHOLESALE in a to a Icing of France hounded forth harp the lute tho trumpet and nil the house of God have no voice todlschargo great multitude of churches that choir Us full grandeur a woman fell into a tho instruments of music delirium irom which her reason was have been in tho services whether they this duty I really beliovo that if tho is expected to do all the singing and BOOTS AND of never restored The majesty of ness or sin will be brouirhtrighteous- Church of Christ could rise up and sing tho great mass of tho peoplo aro ex- Â¬ hv thoir that where we have a hundred souls pected to bo silent and if you utter a great organ skillfully played is masters and laid down KNOXVILLE TENN at the feet of brought into tho kingdom of Christ your voico you aro interfering Thcro almost too much for human endur-Â¬ Christ and then sounded In the churchs thcro would bo a thousand thoy stand tho four with oporn glasses ance but how much the instrument has triumph on her way from suffering into But I must now speak of some ob dangling at their sides Bock of Ages done in tho reinforcement of divine ser- Â¬ glory Praise yo tho Lord Praise stacles in tho way of tho advancement Cleft for Me with tho sanio spirit that Tho above goods are handled by J vice it will take all time and all eter- Â¬ Him with your voices praiso Him with of thi3 sacred music and tho first Is tho night before on tho stage they DAY CO JIaxel Groea Ky nity to celebrate Last April when we string instruments and with organs that it has been impressed into tho took their parts in Tho Grand Duchess dedicated this church to the service of I draw Almighty God our organ was not more portance another argument for the im- Â¬ servico of superstition I am far from or Don Giovanni of My Christian friends havo wo a right than half done It lias now come so pressiveness this exercise from the im believing that music ought always to of this exercise You bo positively religious Refined art has to delegate to others tho discharge of near completion that this morning I know something of what secular music opened places whero music has been this duty which God demands of us preach a sermon dedicatory of this has achieved know it has mighty throne of sacred sound It its impression You governments mndo secularized andthe lawfully so Tho Suppose that four wood thrushes should on musical club the proposo to do all tho singing soma upon drawing room greets tho cyo as well as tho ear Be- Â¬ laws upon literature upon whole gen- Â¬ orchestra the concert by the gratifica Â¬ bright day when all tho woods are ring hold this mountain of anthems erations One inspiriting national air tion of pure taste and This forest of Hosannahs Its is worth r0000 men as a standing army of harmless amusementthe productionÂ¬ ing with bird voices It is decided that and tho im- four wood thrushes shall do all tho history is peculiar The late Mr Geo There comes a AND time in the battlo when provement of talent hare become great singing of tho forest Let all other Jardinc recently made a tour of the one bugle is worth a thousand muskets forces in tho advancement of our civili- Â¬ How beautifully voices keep silent organs of Europe He gathered up in I have to tell yon that no nation or zation Musie has as much right to tho four warble It is really lino music his portfolio an account of all the cx laugh in Surrey as it has to church can eellcncesof the renowned instrumentsof in music alTord to severely economize pray in St Paul Gardens kingdom of But how low will you keop the forest In the Nos 134 138 RACE STREET still music on the other sido of the Atlantic Many of you are illustrations of what nature we have the glad filing of tho and all tho new improvements nnd The ntliollo Church Ctimu CINCINNATI O song can do Through it you wind as well as the long meter psalm of brought baclc that portfolio to America sacred Tho latest census bulletin gives the were brought into tho kingdom of Jesus the thunder declaring that Brooklyn Tabernacle Christ You stood out But while all this is so every observ- Â¬ statistics of churches in this country THE KRUSE X BAHLHAW should have the full advantage of all gument nnd tho warningagainst the ar er will notice that this art which God Wo find the following facts in regard to of the pulpit he had obtained and although he did but when in tho sweet words of Isaac intended for tho improvement of the tho Boinan Catholic church Its history not livf to carry out his idea his son Watts or Charles Wesley or New- Â¬ ear and the voice and tho head and dats back to the mission of the SpanMr Edward Jardinc has introduced ton or Toplndy the love of John was tho heart has often been impressed into kish priests in Florida ami tho Missis Jesus into this great organ all those sung to your soul then you surrender- Â¬ the service of false religions False re sippi valley in 1512 Tho first Roman improvements and grandeurs and ed as the armed castle that could not ligions have depended moro upon tho Catholic see erected was that of Balti Â¬ while you hear this organ ou hear all be taken by a host lifts its window to hymning of their congregations than more in 17S0 which was mndo into an COMPANY that is notable in the organs of Lucerne listen to a harps trill upon the pulpit proclamation of thfcir archdiocese in 1803 There aro now 11 15 and 17 West Pearl Stroet and Fricbourg and Haarlem and St There was a Scotch soldier dying in dogmas Tartini the musical compos- Â¬ thirteen provinces tho metropolitan Paul and Westminster Abbey and oth New Orleans and a Scotch minister er dreamed ono night that Satan sees being thoso of Baltiicore Oregon CINCINNATI O er great organs that have captured the came in to give him the consolation of snatched from his hand an instrument St Louis New Orleans Cincinnati world Jn it are banked up more har- the Gospi1 The man turned over on and played upon it something very New York San Francisco Santa Fo Â¬ Philadelphia Milwaukee monies than I can describe and all for his pillow and said Dont talk to me sweet a dream that has often been ful- Â¬ cago and St Paul which Boston ChiGod and the lighting of tho soul about religion wore created in- Â¬ aaTho wholesale trade of Eastern Ke Then the Scotch filled in our day tho voice and tho tucky is respectfully solicited toward him Its four banks of keys minister began to sing a familiar hymn strument that ought to havo been do in the order named Tho published statistics of this body its 110 stops its 4 510 pipes its chime of Scotland that was composed bv voted to Christ captured from tho of thirty seven bells its cathedral dia David Dickenson beginning with the church and applied to purposes of su- always include all the baptized persons ot tho population instead of tho com- Â¬ pason and pedal double diapason its words perstition snng trumpet and night horn and vox Oh mother donr Jerusalem Another obstaclo has been an inor- Â¬ municants ns with other denomina Â¬ When shall I comu to tlioo wo dedicate to God humana all all dinate fear of criticism Tho vast ma tions The number of members ia will I believe under Do sang it to the tune of Dundee and tho soul It jority of people singing in the church 0250045 who nro nttached to 10221 the divine blessing lead uncounted and every body in Scotland knows that never want any body olse to hear them organizations churches chnpels and making an nverago of thousands into the kingdom Its wed Â¬ and as he began to sing the dying sol sing li very Dotty is waiting lor some- Â¬ stations G0MPANY5- Oil to each congregation Â¬ Of tho 10221 ding marches its thanksgiving an dier turned over on his pillow and said body elso to do his duty If wc all sang thems its requiems will sound after all to tho minister Where did you learn then tho inaccuracies that are evident organizations 1400 or about 140 per the voices that follow it to day shall that Why replied the minister when only a few sing would not be cent worship in hnlls school rooms or Notions have sung their last song To God the my mother taught mo that So did heard at all they would be drowned private houses representing a seating Wliolesale Dry Goods capacity of OS 150 while the 8705 owned said the dying Scotch soldier out God only asks you to do as well as Father God the Son nnd God the Holy mine Ghost we dedicate it and the very foundation of his heart you can and then if 3011 get the wrong by the church havo a seating capacity 101 101 and 105 W Fourth Street There has been much discussion as to was upturned and then and there ho pitch or keep wrong time He will for- of 3300033 making a total of i4307t2 a little more than half the total num Â¬ give any deficiency of the ear and im- Â¬ where musie was born I think that yielded himself to Christ South Side CINCINNATI 0 ber of members In explanation of Oh it has an irresistible power at the beginning when tho morning perfection of tho voice Angels will this be it remembered that in populous suns of Luthers sermons havo been forgotten stars sang together and all the not laugh if you should lose your plaeo God shouted for joy that the earth but his Judgincut Hymn sings on in the musical sulc or como In at the places the churches of this order havo heard the echo The cloud on which through the ages and will keep on close a bar behind There aro threo three four and sometimes five nnd tho angels stood to celebrate tho crea singing until tho blast of the archan schools of singing I am told tho Ger Â¬ six services ench Sunday which aro at tion was tho birthplaco of song Inan gels trumpet shall bring about that man school tho Italian school and the tended by different audlonces Tho total valuo of Roman Catholic church imate naturo is full of Gods stringed -- ery day which the hymn celebrates I French school of singing Now 1 would like to add n fourth property is SI 13381510 Tho average would to God that thoso who hoar me and wind Instruments silence itself perfect silence is only a musical rest to day would take theso sons of salva- Â¬ school and that is the school of Christ value of each church is therefore S13 in Gods great anthem of worship tion as messages from Heaven for just Tho voice of a contrite broken heart 5 00 In tho five states of Now York Wind among tho leaves insects hum- Â¬ as certainly as the birds brought food although it maynot be able to stand Pennsylvania Illinois Ohio and Massa ming in the summer air the rush of to Elijah by tho brook Cherith so humnn criticism makes better music to chusetts nro found moro than half of billow upon beach tho ocean far out these winged harmonies God sent nro Gods enr than tho most artistic per tho number of this church Tho bulle Â¬ psalm Hying to your soul with tho bread of formance when tho heart is wanting tin forms an interesting nnd suggestive everlasting sounding its tho bobolink on tho edge of the life Opon your mouths and take it O I know it is casior to preach 611 this study N01 74 and 70 Main Street than it is to practice but I sing for two forest tho quail whistling up from hungry Elijahs DenuinllltttliMiMl MittUtlcs In nddition to tho inspiring music of reasons first because I llko It and the grass aro music On Blackwells We give below statistics of tho vaCINCINNATI 0 Island I heard coming from a window our day we havo a glorious inheritance next because I want to encourage rious evangelical denominations in tho which lias como those who do not know how I havo United States compiled from tho ecu- of the lunatic asylum a very sweet of church psalmody song It was sung by one who had lost down fragrant with the devotion of but very little faculty in that direction bus of SOU GUS MEYER her reason and I have come to believe other generations tunes no moro worn yet I am resolved to sing God has WITH that even tho deranged and disordered out than they were when our great Â¬ commanded it and I daro not be silent a a 2 elements of naturo would make music to grandfathers climbed up on them from He calls on the beasts on the cattle on S3 r c n tho dragons to praiso Him and wi our ear If wo only had acutcness the church pew to glory n 3 3 r i r Dear old souls how they used to singj ought not to be behind the cattle and enough to liston I supposo that even O JOBBERS IX O Â¬ tho sounds of naturo that aro discord- Â¬ When they were cheerful our grandfa the dragons MuthtuiiMis ftlMl 3I76S llbOVIl Anothcrohstnclc that has been in tho JluiitUt ant and ropulsivo mako harmony in thers and grandmothers used to slug Hi7i1w3ii trnm Hardware Agricultural fmplerainfs lroHttrlsiUA wwvim 1V3J1S3 When they were vory way of tho advancement of this holy ltltllUtlllll Gods ear You know that you may Colchester 7111 iWil IMJSJ coma so near to an orchestra that the mediative then the board meeting house art has been the fact that there has ojiKruKiitloiiullHtri lHJ lilO llJH OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS MALTA PLOWS FOSTER STOVE CO Kplcoitlluu 4S01W0 fim sounds aro painful instead of pleasur- Â¬ rang with South Street and St Ed been so much angry discussion on tho UjformiCl JMiM COOKS MILLS EVAP0KAT0B4 iliHW 8VJ Oft Were they struck through subject of music There aro those who itoriimu ivngullnt 100000 CHAMPION REAPERS A MOWERS able and I think wo stand so near de monds All 16 0 1i 0W AND ACME vastating storm nnd frightful whirl with great tenderness thoy sang would havo this exercise conducted by uiirltfilitn Union t t rritmlH JIXllMO il lni7 I07C71 STODDARDAND bASII A HARROWS DOORS In the same MemionltfH Were they wrapped in musical instruments on ftl Woodstock 8FJCGIALTT wind wo can not hear that which MIMMII Nos 110 is 112 Second Street IMMIIIIMl Jnakos to Gods ear and the ear of tho visions of tho glory of tho Church they church there aro thoso who do not AdvuntiKt 1M iulvornillt9 4JSi iy ironton onio Were they overborne like musical instruments and so it lnliiirluns 107 too spirits above jis a music as complete as sang Zion V1000 114 r llnoo of Christ they is organ and no orgAu and thcro Moruvlim Army with tho love ami glory it is tremondous 8VJ lUM 6771 In another church it bfilvutioii And In thoso days there is a fight New Junujluiu UOM The day of judgment which will bo sang Ariel 10 114 DO YOU WANT TO 8AV a day of uproar and tumult I suppose were certain tunes married to certain is a question whether the music ToinldV ICJD20yjUI6 13493OM FROM 25 to 60 CENTS ON EVERY will bring no dissonance to tho ears of hymns and they havo lived in poacc u shall bo conducted by a precentor or DULL AK YOU SPEND lv BO WRIT thoso who can calmly listen nlthough great while theso two old people and by a drilled choir Some want a drilled Lenrn that botwocn body and bodj for odk Illustrated Oataloui it bo ns when some great porformor is we have no right to divorce them choir and somr wnnt a precentor and thcro is 1111 itiilnite difference Tho conta1nino illu8tratiok8 ancrjtmnm What God hath joined together lot no there is fight Then there aro thoso senses of one mans body are porches OK EVKRYTIIIKO MANUJTACTDRWI Mff ojcccuting a boistorous piece of music But how hard who would lllce in tho church to huvo to a fair or market within which one TUR UXITKD 8TATOS AT JUHUtAGttt ho sometimes brooks down tho instru- Â¬ man put asunder ment on which ho plays so It may bo heartod wo must bo if all this sacred tho organ playing In a dull lifeless lives who desires to make rain and XR8 PRICES 10000 ILLWTRATIOlfi on that last day that tho grand march music of the past und all tho Baercd droning wuy while there aro others gratify the ileah Tho souses of another ALL LINES RXPRRiXNTRD CATALOG of God played by tho fingers of thun- Â¬ music of the prcaont does not start us who would haro it wreathed into fan mans body are porches to a temple MAILED 7RR8 OS APf LIGATION tastics blanching out in jots and within there lives ono who Is ADDKRS0 der and earthquake and conflagration Heavenward iaco to Chicago may break down tho world upon which I havo also noticed the power of spangles of sound rolling and tossing face with GodJohn Pulsford supply oo No 178 Wjmt Van Borrn ix tho music is executed Not only is in sacred song to sootho perturbation in mnrvelous convulsions as when in CHICAGO ILL Knowledge Is the hill which law animate naturo full of music but God You may como in hero this morning pyrotechnic display after you think it breaks may hopa to ellmb duty is the path has wonderfully organized tho human with a great many worriments and a piece is exhausted rockets in wheels blue that all may tread Lewis Morris voice so that In tho plainest throat anxieties yet perhaps in the stag Â¬ out hymn yon lost lights and serpentine demonstra- Â¬ nd lungs there are fourteca direct ing of tho first Do not wait for extraordiaary oa tanseles which can make over 18000 all thoso worriments ana anxieties tions Some would have the organ You have read in the Bible of played In almost Inaudible sweetness portHHlties for good aetloMs but make different sounds and there aro thirty QetUta PtajaajBjsjepj indirect muscles which can make it has Saul and how ha was sad and an ry and others would have It full of staaea- - Moa of aAwwoa sUnatio J been Estimated moro than 173000000 of sounds Now I say when God has so constructed tho human voice Cods Ear Is Tuned to tho Harmony of when Ho has filled tho wholo and earth Stringed Harps wun harmony and lien He recognized in it tho ancient temple I havo a right iXxvaX OrgansInanimate Instru- - to come to tho conclusion that God Ami loved musie inriitK Like Xaturn Arr Full of Lofty Munlo Sermon ly Hot I proposo this morning in sottlnir T loVlttTulinnBc apart his organ for sacred music to I 1 MUSICS BIRTH jp 8 Â¬ i Â¬ TIKKONDS Wholesale Grocer Â¬ on JJ Â¬ Â¬ SHOES Â¬ QMSUM OOVB H0USB MARKS BROS MARKS Â¬ HARDWARE - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ GEO W MALPIN Â¬ Â¬ GROSSMAN CO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SCHLEUTKER Saddlery and Harness Â¬ 1 WMKERRC0 Â¬ it 1 11 general sN55 8 1 Pf M-m- - i j -- v if fr s lO r Hazee Gkeen Herald StamfCKR COOPER - - - Editor - WASHINGTON 11 LETTER 10 1891 HV 9BHrVLaBBsffiffiaSlaffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiv0aB HAZEL GREEN KY Friday - Oct 23 1891 Tho Keyatonc Bridge Co of Pittxburg Iihs undertaken iw build n tower adjoin II grounds that i g tho Worlds bo about 120 feet Above ground lhe cost in to bo 1500000 Fr Surgeons in Pittsburgh Pa arc trying to mako new cyelida for an unfortunate man whoso natural and proper eyelids wero burned off It must seem a long time- betjveen winks for the poor fellow - fin m American boodlers ilee to Canada and now Canadian boodlers are escaping to McOreery bonds tho United States what it is said will bo a long procession from Ottawa to New York Even ex Â¬ change in robbers is no robbery An old lady who died recently at Paris France left a legacy of 20000 in care of tho Institute de France to bo present Â¬ ed to the person who shall within the next ten years successfully communi- Â¬ cate with the stars and get an answer ii 4 ill Some co flee that lay in the lower story of a burning building in New York was thoroughly soaked with a combination of arsenic vitriol pans green cayenne pep per and water The resulting beverage would make a comparatively harmless v queer trade substitute for ordinary whisky Fred Douglass ex Minister to Hnyti has given the politicians something to Tho new Mexican tarifl will go into effect on November 1 and jhe custom talk about It had been assumed ever bouse officials at Nueva Laredo and Pie since Douglass retired from the diplo dras Negras tho two principal gate cities matic service under circumstances which he did so under aro being doluged with business on ac made it fair to infer that he was against Harri- Â¬ count of merchants rushing goods into compulsion that had gone so far as Mexico from the United States so as to son and some people ho was to lead the negro op Â¬ to say that avoid tho high duties position which was to frighten the Re If a man owes you a dollar1 dont try publican National convention into dropto collect it on a rainy day When the ping Harrison if ho did not voluntarily sun is not shining the mobt cheerful retire from the race before the con ven inantattouiesjucsponjdentand sees starva tion met Now Douglass has in the nun nnu nil vnji inmou nulling nun in course of a lecture ou Hnyti taken occa the face Let the sun show itself bright sion to announce that he is for Harrisons and clear and in fivo minutes he feels reuomiuation and in tho same lecture rich enough to afford anything The he hinted that it was in his power to women understand this peculiarity of a show the Mole St Nicholas affair in a mans disposition If a wifo asks her light that would reflect no credit upon husband for money on a rainy day it is Mr Blaine The politicians are asking sufficient proof that sho is a poor student each other what this means Although tho committee which passed of human nature upon the credentials of the delegates to Melbourne the rain wizard now at the Methodist Ecumenical conference Goodlaud Kas says At a mass meet- now in session Vere did not admit a single ing of citizons I presented a proposition woman it was made evident in a discus Womans Work in to bring rain in twenty counties next sion of the subject spring at ten cents a cultivated acrr the Church that tho almost unanimous There are over 2000000 acres in cultivi sentiment of that body is in favor of let- Â¬ tion My proposition was well received ting woman occupy whatever field in tho and speakers will at once bo sent out to church oven to tho pulpit itself that interest tho people in the project I sho may prove herself capablo of filling will have a great fight on my hands no As the conference has no legislative fun doubt Tho irrigation companies aro up tious this sentiment will not allect the in arms and assert that the irrigation act present status of women in tho Methodis does not cover such a proposition as mine church although its moral effect may be como apparent in this country later on I haye no fear of tho outcome m Reciprocity i9 enjoying another big The reappearance of tho train wrecker boom it being stated hero that nn agree Â¬ is not surprising He will continue to ment has been reached with tho govern reappear until legislation in all the ment of Germany whereby American States furnishes the appropriate penalty wheat is to bo given free entry into that for bis offense A man iins recently been country in return for our receiving Ger Â¬ arrested in Pennsylvania for trying to manys beet sugar free of duty The wreck a passenger train with dynamite sugar already comes in free but under On looking over his record it is found the reciprocity clauso of the MeKiuley that he was imprisoned a few years ago tarifl act tho President is given authority for blowing up a train in that State and to restore the duty which existed beforo causing the death of several passengers the passage of that act upon the products Here is tho case of a train wrecker who of any country which failed to enter into If the capital penal Â¬ a reciprocity agreement admitting some was not reformed ty is ever justifiable it certainly is in American product or products free of cases of men like this one duty It was to escape this danger that Germany lm9 agreed to admit our wheat The Indians who have been enlisted in free although the failure of her own the regular army seem to bo making good grain crop and the desire to make Amer holdiers Secretary of War Proctor rt ican wheat as cheap as possible to tho porte that the six companies of red men consumors of that country doubtless also m far enrolled show great ambition to had great weight with tho German off- Â¬ become proficient in military drill that However tho important thing is icials thjy are very nwt obey orders faithful- Â¬ it opens an immediate market for ly Rttd take much pride in wearing the that ono hundred million bushels of American afwy uniform This remit is an agree wheat and that we havo the wheat to abk surprise to moot army officers who sell have held that while the Indian made a The Italian government has not reÂ¬ highly alKcient scout he would never sumed diplomatic relations with Ms but make trained soldier It may be that it has had tho good sense to bco that the the ftwil Utk of the Indian quea which it placed upon the tioft will b Maetl by enlisting restrictions of American pork aro in Importation b waHUc uvkw of tho fact that every carcass now the guarantee of hh government m u it Bwrity entirely needle and it Ewfr fMpUy ahffiM b pfavWM with 1 ikcild V remove thow Jcore an Ayr Uwrry Pwtoml t ntlMrr point for Uncle Jetry Untk ami Impaction law ki mi eoWb Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ wild mi Alii Itcprwcntntro Mil ntico man who Htronyly believes in free ha whether Inten coiunjre of silver I can not wiy practically tionally or not mndc the question of whether n free com age bill nhall be pacd by the coming in the House of Keprcbentatives an Speakership campaign ho was asked How 11 Why by stating that ho had become convinced that nothing practical in the way of silver legislation could be accom Â¬ plished by the next Congress That state Â¬ ment I take to mean that Mr Mills has made tin his mind that in the event of his being elected Speaker of the House u mcmbcnillp of imago committee that no free coinage bill can be reported to the House This statement may gain Mr Mills some votes but mark my words unless ho repudiates it before the Democratic caucus is held he will certainly be defeated for the Speakership nomina- Â¬ tion The impression seems to be that the result of tho Ohio election will determine the position of all the Speakership candidates on the free coinage question the belief being tnat if Campbell is elected it will mean a triumph for free coinage and that nil of the candidates will promise to assist in having a free coinage bill passed by the House On the other hand should Campbell bo defeated free coin Â¬ age is to be put aside by them all for the time being on tiic ground that it can wait Mr Mills whd has just returned from Ohio where lie made speeches for his party which is running on a free coinage platform is now preparing to go to Massachusetts to speak for his party which is there running on an anti free coinage platform Verily politics is a Â¬ Wabuisotox Oct m Citizens Noli oiio I Bo ilk i iue WFiJ1t xv affile JVtM WINCHESTER KENTUCKY PAID UP CAPITAL Mi E hi w M 17500000 WASH MILLER TRESIDEKT S AV WILLIS Â¬ VIOE PKESIDEKT A H HAMPTON CASHIER Â¬ Â¬ fV IJinUJKflECjWIPS mmmmmmjsmrm Ai- - AFRjnH AJT UWjHSijTrWI tiiW ft A l UT f IiViV J W POYKTEK ASST CASHIER a penernl banking business So- Â¬ licits deposits makes collections gives prompt and careful attention to all business entrust- Â¬ ed to it and extends to its Â¬ Has ample facilities for doing ncccm monntions consistent wit a correct banking business customers the most liberal Do You Need Money If so you can get something better than dollars from us The completion of the K U R R to Jackson has cut us off from a large wholesale trade heretofore had by us in several counties east and left on our hands an immense stock of goods which we are compelled to unload and in order to do so we are determined to make prices do the work prices which will make our patrons happy and make competition howl We offer to Country Merchnuts extra- - inducements and guar Â¬ antee to them lower prices thau they ever got before We 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¬ Watches retailed at wholesale prices Call or write for anything in the As the prices we name merely give us a chance covered with goods at half prices to et our money out of the goods we cannot n fiord credit Goods will be sold for cash only or countrv produce live stock ami school claims taken in exchange We havo opened a new department under the charge of Miss Laura Rawling and Miss Lula Day which is fully stocked with fine Millinery Notions Ladie Furnishing Goods Wall Paper Carpets and Oil Cloths School Rooks and Sup-Â¬ plies Pictures and Frames etc etc Mis Rawlings is a thoroughly competent Milliner and Dress Maker and we offer you a City Stock to select num You can get as fine and stylish Millinery and Dresses here as anywhere- - and at the very lowest prices Yours etc JEWELRY LINE Established quarter ot a century thing fully guaranteed Every Â¬ -- T j Soh1 X HAZEL GREEN AY cfc KY o Otis W Snyder No 8 NOUTH UPIKH KENTUCKY Sthekt LEXINGTON KY WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING DRUGGISTS The 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 i uarnxfrisiust jThe only remedy that is ohl on an nbso CATLETTSBURC HAZEL GREEN proprietors of the famous Having just thoroughly overhauled the flute guarantee to cure nil Pin nnd Hazel Green Mills we ure now better than g Aches Cramps mm Colic Diarrhuu Iys entcry etc Iseii internally ami oxter ever prepared to do oiinlly The het Liniment in the world X rUICK 2o CENTS And we respectfully ask nil wishing Corn or Wheat ground to give us a trial Wo guarantee satisfaction jSy Fon Saik by Dnuo Storks and Country Stores Everywhere fro6we64-4 DAY A H For the permanent cure of Pains in thi5 Muck nml all disorders of the Kuincvsl anil Urinary Otvans Thousands of cor hcntcK ol those who have used thlsj iiivuy wm oe aeni on application X IURti 100 Sole proprietors of the rennwiiedtS HINDOO KIDNEY CORDIAL oapfrfroo HAZEL GREEN MILL CO W OOD J It Sharp Hruce Trimble T G Denton ORice ATTOKNEYS SHARP TRIMBLE MT DENTON KY STERLING Â¬ Have now a complete line of Clothing Hats Boots Shoes and Gents Furnishing Goods solicit an inspection of our goods and guarantee pri ces satisfactory and articles as recommended AVe Â¬ Practice in Montgomery Powell Menifee Wolfe IJreathitt ltowan XIajotHn and Mor gan counties ami Superior Court and Court of Appeals Twiich RemeJr CALTHOS rrcs aail a leal cuarantee that Caltuos will BTOP Dlwharx KnlMlons CURE Ppcrmatorrhro Varlooccle and ItEaTORE Lot Vigo Cm ft and fay ffsatisjtfd Ajjreu von Mnin nn Sl JiMrUaa ifroU CUtlauU OU We scml tho marrcloni ntr KxcIiiiiiii Maysvilie St ItunL-- I F DAY AT iAW T WOOD Mt SterlttiK Ky Â¬ mm Our Office Is Opposite Caveats and Trade Marks obtained and all Pat ent bnalncsa conducted for Moderate Fees Â¬ ym o REAR and we can ecrnrc patent tn less time than thoeo rctnoto from Washington Bend model drawing or photo with descrip tion We advise If patentable oiMiot free of charpo Our fee not due till patent la secured A Pamphlet How to Obtain Patents with names ofactual clients In your State count r or town sent free Address US Patent Office CASNOWCO Opposite Patent Office Warttoaten 0 C BIGSTAFF KY T PANT WITHTHK OLD RKMADLi ATTORNEYS AT LAW MT STERLING Hat Housi of WS Dickinson Go Â¬ J YANKIE Gaps H HEXNETT WITH Jonnniis Gloves SEIP of CO M yt Cor Pearl A-- Vine CINCINNATI Hats Practice In the courts of Montfjom Invite nil of his mountain friends and es ailjoininp counties nml iu the Courten nail ot A pecially the merchants to give him h call peals anil Federal Courts when in the ulty 82 X Straw Goods PneiWa WSEITZ br Tkos Henderson WUOrKSALK ASHLAND Q Son li LrLr Han UttU fhrltmt i itil br tn ima bU Paint St AND UMBRELLAS CIIILLICOTIIK O 1tummm lllaiUrAIIurrL v7mWl a tiarut lNBnrllnrMiflL Wfcy lutTMif ben earn titr SWH6 a Month Tut ma da th nark an4 rvrwi Jaa laua Talr lo fttaltef itltrifl ftMha f 8et i KY FllMrtuliiOTwn iiuonrlWm KW atlJ IVAMIA1 fulu Ih HMMUACKKtfItM tlHliMHluc Ma tak um 4 Mirt j oa Cn wwk In ijr llraa rUibiluH HlBivnyforroili vtlrivri tr Rn t X1 flf A laltly uilf irrni ronorlili r It th rivlii4Ulion Mill wi wrllrtMd ns attrr Inltuc walk laiteatrisatlr tmmam kU ask Vb i m tAAirsi tariathrlrownlcwallitM U tlUatWa rrmiIjniiriiMI Wh Jtu tan rarn I tut laiaonl frBnIra4H4i tuiwii lnraO dlrc but on w viirr frum dllri srrvuuir I lrr4y UucM IU aniptojaafrl a um nni r HW Ii N KV H 5kto 3000 7 TIUR iaj ttfrllnhH a- J2 lI1 illnaqlcly ttU rtb ij itr W KiUm K KI5 AiWtrai at tirif liaikiiM 4rAJMtk Maiaa A t 9 V L A IUIT AND VEGETABLES o Store h Sunnlr ir Unit iinai to Lant All Winter Una n larger circulation hi Wolfe Morgan iml lJrentlmt than nil other papers n the lie fnriu It is ahvnvq irnn1 nnnn r State nml merchants in Mt Sterling Nin fi enMn 1 8U supply of ehester ixixingion Louisville and Olucln tt T rWi es m tho fall to Inst mt will find it tub hkst mkmiU throuirh which to secure Mountain Trade fIucr- - if the work is properly CJ ua readily be kept in afrood ADVERTISING It ATKS hlltJ the ecjlnr is n con- 3on transient Advertisemcnts inserted for less than 1 St Pnce for keeping what Is tnoitths will lie 75 cents an Inch for the llrst e during the winter the average cents nn inch for each sub ftollar is too wnrin to keep frultsor insertion and sequent insertion ftblcs n lonif time Xenrlv nil Hazel Green Herald SMS n inch 12 months inches 3 inches 1 kP at alow i W Sn k wno n3 lMtfn confiCll to ncr C or 80mo wcki under tho Tho frlrls enro of Dr Taulbce is able to cotno from Troulher room to the dining room for hor lIorsemcaBi to the great delight of her doctor a nmy friends Dord011 Iiss IjJc Day whon Wo were last Saturday the recipient Jlatof three ns large nml fine sweet potatoes loversna we have ever seen The donor wn I clleW Cecil of Morgan county and wo Colds and Ooushs BAH Y HACK LINE croup and honrsehtto return our thanks bronchitis or thront OM sfimi t - HAZEL GREEN TO ROTHWELL Leaves IIael Greta every Meraliirf 8wa day excepted and conaecUi with afternoon train for Mt Sterling Leaves Kothvrell every Meralag on arrival of train from Mu Stcrliag exeewt Sunday and arrives at llael 3rea at4Mr M cured by Jfyers Cherry Pectoral the safest and most offeottvs emergency medicine 8TANDINO ADVERTISEMENTS 2 1 f K h r to r i 5 1 r ft1 If i k fc ed lor sale by its owner This is the which received Gold desirable situation in Morgan county most nice This dwelling of rooms with two hallways large chants Dank solicits the accounts of mer year Medal at Worlds Exposition yard of elegant shade trees and evergreens generallyfarmers traders and business men bejt Wilbur K Smith Pres Pvs be to arrange them so that- - Cdrap ou two never failing wells small neat store and offers throughout Eastern Kentucky VS00 its customers every facility and four or six inches from the fvill house on premises large barn and all neces Campton Ky Oct 18 1891 Jack sary outbuildings good houses on farm for the most liberal terms wlthiu the limits of nAmi County court at West Liberty rn of air all around oct8ly tenants large orchard with abundance of legitimate banking lauitu11 Editor Hazel Green Ky Monday fruits of all kinds best ditlllery in the Care must bc taken in sorting guoas Sir I am 10 years old today Inclosed county desirable woodland and valuable NEW MU1li so as ot to have any Morale nr v u t i n iiuiBuuvMing ii pleaso find 1 for which you will please timber a good store of general merchandise vur ui n uiwi M or damaLed fruit among What within 100 yards of dwelling only one half send me The Herald for ono year nnd mile from town Kiel ia trying to organize a brnss band owed away especially for long where there are good Ty The ng Geo- - W Vaughn schools churches etc Cause for selling large0USc MT STERLING KY failure of my fathers health Desire to Advertise liberally in The HEUALDPther good plan of keeping apples curs a I1 Megrimine tho only permanent cure sell immedlatelv Deed tand title clear a treneh about J feet wide and sive nud see if your sales do not increase I A Viti it l pnrinir1114 Capital S2SOOOO VV1 IV 1W r I ULlilli g ah is necessary From 12 to IS year ifor all forms of headache and neuralgia E7KL KY hc fnougli depending Bj0rn relieves the pain in from 15 to 20 min Surplus S40GOO To invigorate nnd beauthV the hair WOua tyrrlibtlnjrmil by Jhn It wlllt on the character of the soil apolisutes For sale on positive guarantee UoodnlnTrojNWlKmk fur u KrOr Vegetable Sicilian Hair Re ssBa mi m7 nut mall at ruuth but fig Wm use Halla at a IIUIU illlll Mill iiiv Mitchell j Chas M Grubbs how cci yuttijuirkljr atari to ram from SI to imcriTHE HERALD nfflcp nr sent nnstilniri hv newer 10 ilar at lb ltd mot mtjtmfa President There is more Catarrh in this section j mftil on receipt of pricet 50 Cashier i on Huth arirt ll aara In anr t ccnU a America twu an fvrmiimr al hum tit alt Mrs John M Rose returned from her of the country than all other diseases Inf ll tour Itmror ainr luvtiirnta oulrlo The largest capital and surplus and IndiIVcwvtk HlWk fr Alllaiirw Irrt trip to Lexington nnd other places on put together and until the last few years trrjr wutktr t atari ou rvrnlthlnf vidual deposits than any bank in this seo- The great trotting mare Nancy Hanks ttrrrlhlnr KA8IIV KIKKIUIV lrnrl tint of the State Wedne8dav rAllriCLXAiUt KKKK Addrra at r was supposed to be incurable For a who made an exhibition mile at IndepenBtrMWJS aVttt IXIRTUkP Rink great many years doctors pronounced it dence In in 209 was hist week sold at Mt Sterling will vote tomorrow as to Exchange Bank of Kentucky a local disease and prescribed local rem- Â¬ Lexington Ky to J Malcolm Forbes whether the city is to be lighted by elec- Â¬ edies and by constantly failing to cure of Boston at a private price but it is MT bTERLINO KY tricity or not with local treatment pronounced it in supposed to have been between 40000 A THE CELEBRATED Mrs Lou Day is making arrangements curable Science has proven Catarrh to and 50000 CAPITAL SIOOOOOOO L to build an addition to her already com be a constitutional disease and therefore mew street between the Cnskey Tho requires constitutional treatment Halls modious hotel We have more HaicI Green business than and Kash properties and running from Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J any other bank and want to increase It a new barn Henry F Pieratt has built r Co Toledo Ohio is the only High to College streets was opened last Cheney Send us your account and we will treat on the site of the one destroyed by fire constitutional cure on the market It is week and will bo of great convenience Including about 200 acres of laud on which you well a few weeks ago taken internally in doses from 10 drops to all Now let tho Trustees see that is a substantial frame dwelling of 12 rooms The spring alone is for It acts directly upon the sidewalks are put in good arid safe is offered nud sale moii pny for the placevery B J PETER8 President No fictitious certificates but solid to a tcaspoonful will valuable condition before bad weather sets in JOHN G WINN Cashier For terms etc apply to facts testify the marvelous cures oy the blood and mucous surfaces of the 8WANGO IlAKKli system They offer one hundred dollars Ayers Sarsaparilla The many friendVof Dr J A Taulbee scp25w8 Hazel Green Ky for any case it fails to cure Send for will be pained to hear of his definite pur- Â¬ an K rtrnadtoBrSKminaarwril Happy and content Is a home with The Ro- Â¬ circulars and testimonials Address and honorably by tlxw of ia4J7an roan As a phy- Â¬ pose of locating at ClayCity morning alt brr chester a lamp with the light of the MT STERLING KY gof dna luthlf F J CHENEY CO wnlorallilrawhtrrtflkTlltrAxr sician Dr Taulbee has few equals in this on ran lo tha work Eaar to Irtra ForcatalefMttttriti Rocknttr LantfGe New Yrk Toledo O W rarnlah rtrrlhlnr W atari tuu N 30000 section and wo bespeak for him the con- Â¬ year apart mmnnla or your tint to Inrlak lortndTot Capital 200000 Surplus Thla la an work cUraly mw Itadnd brlnf w oailttful eurt at Iu tary w or ktr Sold by druggists 75 cents The funeral of Mrs Mary James will S10 fidence and esteem of the people in his Prrtnurra art anting from Jtk to W prr w rk nil urwanla J M ni08TAFFilvesldlnt anil mure aflrr Hill titvarirnt ran furulth fou lb am be preached by Elder J T Pieratt at G L KIHKIATHICK Vice President new location for which he expects to tilornirnl nil Itach rn IKCK Ko apart to apialn htr Fall Among the more prominent persons W W THOMSON Cashier 11 oclock nest Sunday morning at Lauleave ijhortly registered at the Day House during the o rel We rcspcotfully solicit the business of mer I past week We notice the names of the CECIL HOTEL LIBERTY KY Tho Lexington trota last week were WEST chants farmers traders and business men Our merchants all complain of dull following J H Bennett representing all that could be wished for The wea- Â¬ generally throughout Eastern TCcntucky A general banking business done Give us a No wonder they dont inyite Yankie Seip trade Co Chillicothe Ohio ther wns fine and the track was in re-Â¬ 8 W CECIL Jit PnoriiiETOR chance to send you a bank book pay your customers through the columns of The Chas Uhl Portsmouth Ooto John D markably good condition On account been ntiened for checks nud loan you money when in need This new hotel has Brady Ironton Ohio Judge S H Pat- Â¬ of sickness of tie gre4 irotter Nancy the reception of guests just excellent good Wi W TtoMraox Cash Herald Fare M V Potta Grauville Hanks the association substituted Del sample rooms livery stable iu connection There is to be somo sort of n show in rick Jackson Mt Sterling National Bank march 2lTj bji the race jkvitVtho great town soon but what it is we are unable Bailey and C C Hanks Campton Ailcrton in J A TAULBEE to say as the agent was too penurious to MT STERLING KY Tho following would indicate that Allerton which waR won by three straight heats Monbars tho win- Â¬ advertise tho paralyzed there is still hope for ner of the two year old stakes failed to The sidewalks in Hazel Green are a Frank Cornelius Purcell Indian Ter lower his record of 219 in a trial heat I induced Mr Pinson whose wifo Hazel Green Wolfe County disgrace to any town and more so to the says 16660 in had paralysis in the face to try a bottle ono claiming to be the prettiest town Tho only men of worth to a town or KENTUCKY To their of Chnmberlalnri Pain Balm the mountains LEWI8 APPERSON President community arc thoso who forget their great surprise before tho bottle had been own selfish ends long enough and who H R FRENCH Cashier Mrs F N Day who has been so very all used she was n great deal better Her nre liberal enough in their ideas to en- Â¬ low for somo time thanks to tho skill of face had been drawn to onu aide but Mountain business Is respectfully solicited courage every public enterprise to push with the assurance that we will treat every Dr Taulbce is able to resume her place the Pain Balm rclipved All pain and sore- Â¬ all projects calculated to build up the ou8toniur fairly at the tabic again ness and tho mouth assumed its natural town and enhanco its importance Tho Is also unequalled for rheuma Â¬ enterprise nnd push of a town or com- Â¬ shape A postal from Rev D H Fallen states tism lame back sprains swellings and munity is in tho foundation of its per Â¬ that he can not bo at Daysborough next 50 cent bottles for sale by lameness manent success A town may as well OF KENTUCKY Saturday nnd Sunday on account of an Rose Swnngo prepare for its funeral as to becomo in- Â¬ engagement nt Hazard Bk A pamphlet of Inforrosilon nd b J 26 PROFESSORS and INSTRUCTORS mXitracttif ltiolwuowhiii llmnoM An unsuccessful business man bewails different to the enterprises in its midst Obtain IMiants CareiilrvTnulaAMv Agricultural Soientiflo Engineering H B Mnupin will soon bo hero with a You Men who come to a town to make it Clasaioal Normal School Academic his sad fate in the following style aJiM munn A choico line of samples of dry goods noWSJiUX llroadwHy s2M Commercial and Military Couraea of would scarce expect ono of my ago in their future home who can not look far tions boots and shoes from tho house of enough before to see that money placed merchandising to engage and hope to COUNTY APPOINTEES REOEIVEO D H Carpenter Catlettsburg bo FREE OF TUITION get a paying trade without the local judiciously in a public enterprise will in tho appreciation of their Fall term begins Hiptwiwtii mit Possums and coonB seem to be very papers aid and yet I did that very hundredfold Hoard In dormitory 2 per week In private plentiful this year Jim Brown with thing I opened up a store last spring proerty are to bo pitied Thoy are not families 330 to H For Catalog ae ad drew my stock tho men to put their shoulder to the COMMERCIAL his dog Bogus caught a large possum This month the slienfl took COLLESEfrf KENTUCKY 1 UNIV1RSITY Thoy are JA K PATTKMON LEXINGTON KY in Drew Godsoys lot tho other evening and sold it from tho auction block wheel and build up a town Chtaput anal Mf BuHm OMtf U IU WttU ljAJMUlVr of tho class who are ready to take all Hmhmt ItrusirWotUi KiHWttlo OIA0 ara4aa4l la Dont view me with a scornful eye but Baaltaa II Uiibtri nphr4 Otataf BcaiDtM Covui lay somo ono elses building en aiasioi TllUo 8tUrr u4 Su4 Ont NO HaearaiB Tho stallion St Blaise waa bid off at simply say as I pass by There goes a they can of rm wmnimmmm a awiuraT apttajtiaw Jtva4ua Kattr tho sale of the lato August Belmont nut fool who Beems to think ho has no use terprise but thoy are not willing to do M Ora4aUM aaMMifL HfMUl Stputaxat tor Ia4la Xtarlr Crcirlua4dra la9ia4ulMU4rPu7 LEXiNGTorl ky r smith wry stud of New York last week for for printers ink There is a truth as anything themselvca 100000 by Charles Reed of Fairview broad aB earth and business men Should Hpeclnl Notice DAVIS Tis simply this The know its worth Arrangements have been made with AMOS WITH Willie L Day after skirmishing around public buys its goods from thoso who the various railroads in the State which St tho Bluegrnss country for about a week Ex will enable the delegates attending tho Manufacturers of returned home Wednesday evening high Â¬ advertise tho Farmers and La Â¬ ly elated over tho many strange sights he If parents who have children subject State meeting of EHzabcthtown Ky borers Uqion at witnessed to croup would take tho advice of Roso 3IT STEULINO KY 0 W Pearl street CIhcIhhrII 0 would never be without a November 10 to get one and one third A very quiet wedding took place on ASwango they Cough Remedy fare that is when you get your ticket ar IIeadquarters at West Liberty Ky tfe Wednesday evening in which the parti bottle of Chamberlains It will not only cure you will get a certificate from the agent jrfrCeiHrlKHHiefirff Um ef Drerlaee cipants were R A Kash and Miss Lula iu the house showing that you have paid ono full pHtreaafe ef Meuataia Merekaate tt CLARENDON croup but will prevent it if used as soon yi daughter of J T Day Elder J T fHlly solleired fare this will enable you to get a return Cor Limestone and Short tsi as the first symptoms appear which can Weratt officiating Lkxinqtox Ky TT B MAUPIN for one third fare Dont fail to ticket always be done if the Remedy ia kept at get a certificate fvbert you buy your Mrs Ellen Pieratt who has been very at hand W H B06WELL Pmoirirtor ticket Fraternally yours ick for several weeks is slightly improv run iiYBrarHiA WHOMSalImSt OOOOBk Um B F Davis IrM HImmw u if Dr Taulbee can reaiain here Hrwn recommend It krjftjt wll reaim tfertwt Cans NOTIONS BOOTH OnWr ptew - - La aljaA 4adt JiutmAmA Ac frldly to th mw eaIa4told pmtm mw fw days longer it is to be hoped she All kWf kep It sri wwtj Iim wviwm rmm f vwmm I IWly CATUBTT8BUM EY witbta tw 4fiuieM f tteaet CtrfJT 1M reJ lhws wa inches Liberal rates on nrger advertisements fccUed off made known on nppllcution l e b Local notices to be interspersed among S spnws tween yvitn clean dry reading matter 10 cents a line with a disis still better when count of 25 per cent where they run a month jr1 H kept in a cool place I be or more Obituaries tributes of icspect etc 3e a lis little dnngerof their spoiling line Count six words to the line and send ice pears should be carefully Wo will write 1 money with the manuscript i un i r oottunrics nnu puuiisu ni o cems a nnc j jnv Hnd t v vuvii nuuum no Marriago and death notices not exceeding Pca in Paper nnd packed in hhul- ten lines solicited and published free one lriror n trlMuja for Regular Advertising Jxes or drawc nml stored in a dry place Pears PAYAHlE QUARTERLY ON DEMAND SPfiNCEU COOPER ceep in a higher temperature than Address Hazel Green Ky r apples or irriines Pies can be stored in boxes or bins Keeping cverlastinely at it brings sue- - cenr- - ncn tiiLsisdoneit isnear b flinches inches 7 fiOglVnnp1pJPR iPours torcd for uin- 12 fiO first can be 15 00 nil win- 1 the holidays is ns late ns the 75 22 00 nre usually JrnneK o have all damaged g t latter lne G B Swai8 on Tucsdny sold to Potts Bnlyiof Campton one half iuurest curdli kept tlo Hnxel Green wills Messrs Potts dike tory Bailey also leased the remaining one kept or decay imr Gulnchnlf ironi Mr Swaneo and will rnn tho 7 bo iMffnU regularly in the future KIcs ANI Fare 2 Each Way each hack und especial attention paid ladles Lnust nJ edi j h Jamie wns a It should bo in every family Careful and attentive drivers la charge of 1 Dr J C Ayer Co Bennett of Chillicothe Ohio 8utst of the Day House last Satur-Earth liennctt travels Whyuay anu Sunday Patty for tho sterling hat house of Yankie nnd while here sold u nice abill of goods to ono of our merchants Co 1 wl Child Seip THE VALUABLE FARM WINCHESTER BANK Lowell Mass or children traveling without escort The traveling patronage respectfnlly mIIc Ited Vcrv rvspectAillv tV 1L TABOlt Proprietor h A garet P FOR SALE i Â¬ WlNCHEsJTElt KV N graduate and endorser of tho Com The beautiful farm known as the II F of Kentucky University Cockrell farm near Kel Ky is now offer poemsmercial Co8e n tcnsel and Tj8 Lleutiinnt Governor Alfonl y II W1T11ER8POON President I llUNTKIt Cashier - -- nnd ttkXnSton Paid up Capital 120000000 Surplus 6000000 noxtgSni Â¬ wn FARMERS BANK lJ -- P- 1 Â¬ Â¬ FOR SALE iwaifl Sjriis MONEY Traders Deposit Bank 11 -- Â¬ TR Physician and Surgeon Capital 100000 Surplus STAT I cB Â¬ cbja srjajsLjt sSL 1 PhD Trimble Bros WHOLESALE BETTMAN BROS Co 0 a ROCEBS M Â¬ THE Jf ie rrleti Prru 9tt J vHlifI a mm Wtm fully recover fau wwwf wHr ST rif WasiiinuToV Oct 10 11 Jtcprwentntivo Mills said an Alii SPENCER CXXPER - - - Editor nnco man who strongly believes in free TT ban whether inten coinage of silver I can not nay practically tionally or not made tho question of whether n free coin IBflBBfluil4iiil JHJBvPBHllcr Hx9MV ago bill shall bo passed by the coming House of Representative an issue in tho Speakership campaign Hazel Geeen Herald WASHINGTON LETTER X Tga - - Â¬ CitizensNationnl Bank WINCHESTER KENTUCKY twVrt Friday Iihs HAZEL GREEN - KY Oct 23 1891 The Koystone Bridge Co of Pitthbnrg undertaken to build n towbr nd join- Â¬ ing the Worlds Fair grounds that will Ixj about 1120 feet dbovo ground Tlio cost Is to bo lf000O0 SurgeonBln Pittsburgh Pu ard trying to mako new eyelids for an unfortunntc man whoso natural nud proper eyelids were burned oil It must aeem u long time bqtjvcen winks fdr tho poor fellow m American boodlors lice to Canada and now Canadian boodlcrs are escaping to McGreery hoads tho United Suites is Raid will be a long procession what it from Ottawa to New York Even ex Â¬ change in robbers is no robbery An old lady who died recently at Pans Frunco loft a legacy of 20000 in care of tho Institute do France to bo present Â¬ ed to the person who shall within tho suricessTully communi next ten year cate with tho stars and get an answer m D iff Bl Somo coflbo that lay in tho lower story of a burning building in New York was thoroughly soaked with a combination of arsonlc vitriol paris green cayenne pep per and water The resulting beverage would mako a comparatively harmless v queer trade substitute for ordinary whisky Fred Douglass ex Minister to Hoyti has given the politicians something to The now Mexican tarifl will go into effect on November 1 and Jhe custom talk about It had been assumed ever house officials at Niiova Laredo and Pie since Douglrfss retired from the diplodras Ncgras tho two principal gate cities matic service under circumstances which aro being deluged with business on ac made It fair to infer that he did so under count of merchants rushing goods into compulsion that he was against Harri Mexico from the United States so as to son and somo peoplo had gone so far as to say that he was to lead the negro op- avoid tho high duties position which was to frighten tho Rea man owes you a dollar dont try publican National convention into drop If to collect it on a rainy day When the ping Harrison if he did not voluntarily sun isnotvfthintpg tho most cheerful retire from the race before the conven nianbecomesucsnondentand sees starva tion met Now Douglass has in the tion khd the poor houso staring him in course of a lecture on flayti taken occa tho face Let the sun show itself bright sion to announce that he is for Harrisons and clear and in fivo minutes he feels rcnomination and in tho samo lecturo rich enough to afford anything The he hinted that it was in his power to women understand this peculiarity of a show the Mole St Nicholas affair in a mana disposition If a wifo asks her light that would reflect no credit upon husband for monoy on a rainy day it is Mr Blaine Tho politicians aro asking sufficient proof that she is a poor student each other what this means Although tho committee which passed of human nature upon the credentials of the delegates to Melbourne the rain wizard now at tho Methodist Ecumenical conference Watches retailed at wholesale prices Goodland Kas Bays At a mass meet- now in session Vero did not admit a single Call or write fur anything in the ing of citizons I presented a proposition woman it was made evident in a discus to bring rain in twenty counties next sion of the subject Womans Work in LINE spring at ton cents a cultivated acrr tho Church that tho almost unanimous Established quarter ot a century Every There are oyer 20QO000 acres in cultivt sentiment of that body is in favor of let Â¬ thing fully guaranteed tion M proposition was well received ting woman occupy whatever field in the and speakers will at once bo sent out to church oven to tho pulpit itself that interest tho people in tho project I sho may prove herself capablo of filling Nvo 8 North Upper Strekt will have- a great fight on my hands no As tho conference has no legislative func LEXINGTON KY doubt Tho irrigation companies are up tious this sentiment will not a fleet tho in arras and assert that the irrigation act present status of women in tho Methodis does not cover such a proposition as mine church although Its moral effect may be I hayo no fear of tho outcome como apparent in this country later on lteclprooity is enjoying another big The reappearance of tho train wrecker boom it being stated hero that an agree Â¬ is not surprising Ho will continue to ment has been reached with tho govern Â¬ Having just thoroughly overhauled the reappear until legislation in all tho ment of Germany whereby American Hazol Green Mills we are now better than States furnishes the appropriate penalty wheat is to bo given freo entry into that ever prepared to do for his offense A man has recently been country in return for our receiving GerÂ¬ arrested in Pennsylvania for trying to manys beet sugar free of duty Tho wreck a passenger train with dynamite sugar already comes in free but under And we respectfully ask nil wishing Corn ground to On looking over his record it is found the reciprocity clauso of the MeKinley or Wheat satisfaction give us a trial Wo guarantee that ho was imprisoned a few years ago tariff act the President Is given authority HAZEL GREEN MILL CO for blowing up a train in that State and to restore the duty which existed beforo causing the death of sovcral passengers the passage of that act upon the products J K Sharp Uriice Trimble T G Denton Here is tho case of a train wrecker who of any country which failed to enter into DENTON was not reformed If the capital penal Â¬ a reciprocity agreement admitting somo SHARP TRIMBLE ty is over justifiable it certainly is in American product or products free of MT STERLING KY cases of men like this one duty It was to escape this danger that Have now u complete line of The Indians who have been enlisted in Germany has agreed to admit our wheat plothing Huts Boots Shoes the regular army seem to bo ranking good free although tho failure of her own and Gents Furnishing Goods Â¬ Holdieti Secretary of War Proctor n grain crop and tho desire to make Amerporta that the six companies of red men ican wheat as cheap ns possible to the AVe solicit an inspection of m far enrolled show great ambition to consumers of that country doubtless also our goods and guarantee pri offi Â¬ become proficient in military drill that had great weight with tho German ees satisfactory and articles as they are very neat obey orders faithful- Â¬ cials However tho important tiling is ly and take much pride in wearing the that it opens an immediate market for rceonimonded army uniform This result h an agree Â¬ ono hundred million bushels of American TAMES P FANT OLD RKLIAIILK WITH THK able surprise to most army officers who wheat and that we havo the wheat to sell Co Hat Housi of WS Dickinson have held that while tho Indian made a The Italian government has not reÂ¬ A- Vine CINCINNATI Cor Pearl highly efficient scout he would never es friends makt a trained soldier It may be that sumed diplomatic relations with us hut Invites all of his mountain give himandeall merchants to a it has had tho good seiuo to seo that the pecially the city RmI solution of tho Indian ques t when in tho which it placed upon the tion M will U yet reached by enlisting t restrictions of Anrerican jvork aro in XXT J SEITZ tk wariiWyouMr men In lUacle Sams piMxrtation WW WITJt ytew of tne tact tuat every carcas now amy Want tlwi xuaratttee of thi cnvcrnMieat WHOLKSALK Every Cattily aWeiiM W provM with m to it purity entirely MeedU c and it vure mi- nm ttvumeu hi taut of Ayera Cherry Perioral It otlter jndMt for renitivw iuvm Rusk and j Uncle Jerry tl ooltk ASHLAND KY Ua tough life aim inptkm law Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ he was asked How Why by stating that ho had become convinced that nothing practical in the way of silver legislation could bo accom- Â¬ plished by the next Congress That state- Â¬ ment I take to mean that Mr Mills has made up his mind that in the event of his being elected Speaker of the Houso ho will so mako up the membership of tho House Coinage committee that no free coinage bill can be reported to the Houso This statement may gain Mr Mills some votes but mark my words unless ho repudiates it before the Democratic caucus is held ho will certainly be defeated for the Speakership nomination The Impression seems to be that the result of tho Ohio election will determine the position of all the Speakership can didates on the free coinage question the belief being tuat if Campbell is elected it will mean a triumph for free coinage and that all of the candidates will promise to assist in having a free coinago bill passed by the House On tho other hand should Campbell be defeated freo coin Â¬ age is to be put aside by them all for tho timo being on tho ground that it can wait Mr Mills wild has iust returned from Ohio where he made speeches for his party which is running on a free coinago platform is now preparing to go to Massachusetts to speak for his party which is there running on an anti free coinugo platform Verily politics is a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ f-- li It Mi 81 l rilHJriw UHL jJ fe PAID UP CAPITAL Jrk iir 17500000 WASH MILLER PRESIDENT S W WILLIS VICE PRESIDENT siKBnyyiBiJSii lSSSWtfMMBlRraSKifctf I A H HAMPTON CASHIER RHBKBa9 SialRSmKWfBmMm hM mrmlMsmMfiMiitm wmssgmgspBmiMsmmB mm jmmss imsmmm m fmmBmm isas mfflmm tinK wsHflmMiss i ft fc J W r m POYNTER ASoi UAoriiriii nlfu 2tl m Iwo Wm I nliTi I Wfem Z3il SP Has ample facilities for doing a peneral banking business So- Â¬ licits deposits makes collections gives prompt and careful attention to all business entrust- Â¬ ed to it and extends to its customers the most liberal accommonations consistent witn correct banking business Â¬ Do You Need Money If so you can get something better than dollars from us The completion of the K U 11 R to Jackson has cut us oil from a large wholesale trade heretofore had by us in several counties east and left on our hands an immense stock of goods which we are compelled to unload and in order to do so we are determined to make prices do the work prices which will make our patrons happy and make competition howj We ofTer to Country Merchants extra- inducements and guar- Â¬ antee to them lower prices than they ever got before We are overstocked and must unload Kemember we will duplicate any bill with freights added either wholesale or retail east or west north or south up hill or down We are now receiving such lines bought for cash at bottom bargains as will fill every depart- Â¬ ment New fresh seasonable choice and cheap We can astonish you with Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ covered with goods at half prices As the prices we name merely give us a chance to get our money out of the goods we cannot a fiord credit Goods will be sold for cash only or country produce live stock and school claims taken in exchange We have opened a new department under tho charge of Miss Laura Rawlings nut Miss Lula Day which is fully stocked with fine illinery rsotions Ladies Furnishing Goods Wall Paper Carpets and Oil Cloths School Books and Sup- nies Pictures and Frames etc etc Mis Rawlings is a thnrmifrhlv rninnotnnt Milliner and Dress Maker and we offer vou a Citv Stock to select finm Ynn run get as fine and stylish Millinery and Dresses here as anywhere- - and at tho very lowest prices Yours etc I Â¬ Â¬ JEWELRY Â¬ -- XTIAY HAZEL GREEN jXTSole proprietors of the fmnous lnte guarantee to euro nil Pains and Aches Cramns and Colic Dinn-lm-lvs entery etc Used internallv and cxter- f fimlly The best Liniment in the world X PltlCK 25 CENTS n to Otis W Snyder KENTUCKY oo HAZEL GREEN UATU6TT5BURQ KY Tho Largest Drug House in the Ohio Valley Manufacturers of 228 REMEDIES that aro Sold by the Dozen 16000 Square Feet of Floor Room 28 Hands Employed jThe only remedy that WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING DRUGGISTS NERVE KING is sold on an ubso jror the permanent cure of Pains in the Iiuclcnml of the a vj1 unmiryallf disorders JloilsiwulSKidneys urnns rm oi cer i 5nu 1TI u n-iUL-- I Soli iiimiriilri e if ilwk ntswtwl HINDOO KIDNEY CORDIAL o iwicaies oi uiose wno nave used this m in tiii on application -- Jgy Fou Sale by Dnuo Storfs and Country Stokes Everywiiere 0666tOfr4k444 PllICE si 0Y I W OOD DAY Oflice over KxehaiiLe Itnnk Maysville St Ml Sterlini Ky Practice in Montgomery Powell Menifee Wolfe Dreathitt Rowan Magoffin and Mor gan counties and Superior Court and Court of Appeals VTo ATTORNEYS F I AW DAY 11 A T WOOD Â¬ ESMg ent business comlnctcd CiiTeats and Trade Marks obtained and all Pat Â¬ Tor Moderate Feet Our Office t Opposite US Patent Office and wo can scenro patent In lees timo than tnoso rcmoto from Washington Send model drawing or photo with descrip- Â¬ tion Wo advise If patentable orvnot freo of charge Our Too not due till patent is secured A Pamphlet Uow to Obtain Patonts with names ofactual clients InyoarStatc county or town sent free Address 8TUP DUcharse Ji Kmlutons CURE Hperantorrhra Varicocele ad RESTORE Visor Vie it and fay if satisfied AUmmVON MOHL CO Bl AbctUm AftaU p tlnntf OU letcal send tho marreloTji Fwnch RemeJr CALTHOS frcs ami t curnteo that Caltiioj will lxt CASNOWCO Opposite Patent Oflee Watfciogten 0 C QRBAR BIGSTAFF KY ATTORNEYS AT LAW MT STKRLIXG Â¬ T Thos Henderson Son I JOimEUS OF Practice In the courts of Montgomery nnd Hats Gaps Gloves Straw Goods adjoining counties and iu the Court ot An AND UMBRELLAS peaU and Federal Courts 82 X Paint St CIHLLICOTIIE O Mane ItltU fW4utkT hm Ma A YIHL kTtias n JnmUgoo TolfliikU ttftrhftiorlAirtyiufe ru iurtitbir ut buntrni eirrfleuM mu na WVH IHUVIIVII Trnaitoko4H lriTihj i l VI i 1V l M bkI1 Jh YANKIE S3000 - BENNirrr WITH SEIP CO jiiji- ubiv lUiUrAUfTVth4M ivtm VaLiIH erlllUil Vh b y A M k J Urt y C illln Hff Taalitf hmn lira HI miir fo rt- hinm raontlfcn work I l i RV Li1 iMrtKrrrmT7LwMinrt uriuHo v trM lUfntiA rani ini ia iniounu it tLt- - MMMKACKMxUirurUHdBla ijb - -- lJOlpto - i Has n lurcer circulation in Wolfe Morgan and llrcntliltt than nil other papers in thu State ami merchants in Mt Sterling Win cluster Lexington Louisville ami Cineln nati wilt find it thk iikkt MuniyM through which to secure Mountain Trade APVKRTISINU HATES TltASNIHKT Hazel Green Herald t Wo wero last Saturday tho recipient of thrco as large and fine sweet potatoes as we have ever seen Tho donor was O W Cecil of Morgan county atid wo t kfcm 5 Colds and Coughs DAILY HACK ORE croup sor thront bronchitis MOM herewith return our thanks Miss Lillic Day who lias been confined to her bed for some vveoka under tho enro of Dr Taulbee is able to come from her r6om to tho dining room for her meals to the great delight of her doctor and many friends G B Swango on Tuesday Bold to Potts Bailoyof Campton one half interest in tho Hazel Grcou mills Messrs Potts Bailey also leased tho remaining one half from Mr Swango and will run tho mill regularly in the future and hoarsehaa 9ima HAZEL GREEN TO ROTHWELL i rl Advertisements inserted for less than 3 months will he 75 cents an inch for the firsts insertion ami LT cents an inch for each sub aeuiient insertion AT ALU TltANBlKNT ADVKHTISIXQ MUST h HK 1 cured by f Jfyers Cherry Pectoral tho safest and most offoctlv emergonoy modlcino It should bo in every family lAIIi IN AHVANCK 1AYAIHiE QUARTERLY ON DEMAND 7 bO Inch 12 mouths wj inches 15 00 l inches 75 4 inches 2J 00 fl Inches -- 5 00 6 inches Liberal rates on larger udvertisementK made known on application Local notices to be Interspersed among reading matter 10 cents n line with a dis count of 125 per cent where they run a month or more Obituaries tributes of icspect etc k n line Count six words to thu line and send monev with the manuscript Wo will write obituaries and publish at 5 cents a line Murriago and death notices not exceeding ten lines solicited and published FltKK f DlM8 FOIl IlKGUIAR AnVKUTIfilNO 1 Â¬ 8TASDINO ADVKHTI8BMKNTH and arrives at ilasel Greta at 40 Leaves Haxel Green every morning 8mm day excepted and connect with aftraimi train for Mt Sterling Leaves Itqtkwell every warning oh arrival of train from Mt Sterling except Sunday M Fare 52 Each Way Careful and attentive drivers In charge of each hack and especial attention paid ladles or children traveling without esoort The traveling patronage respectfully solic Â¬ ited Very respectfully W It TAIJOR Proprietor Dr H Bennett of Chillicothc Ohio guest of tho Day House last Satur Â¬ day and Sunday Mr Bennett travels for tho sterling hat house of Yankie Co and while hero Bold u nice Scip bill of goods to ono of our merchants was a J Ayer Lowell Mass J C Co VALUABLE FARM WINCHESTER BANK WINCHESTER KY FOR SALE N II WITIIEK8POON Presldont i Â¬ the Address SPKNCKR COOltilt Hazel Green Ky Keeping everlastingly at cess it brings suc- Â¬ Lieutenant Governor Atforil is n graduate and endorser of the Com- Â¬ mercial Collcgo of Kentucky University Lexington Ky which received Gold Medal at Worlds Exposition Wilbur R Smith Prca Campton Ky Oct 18 1891 Mr Editor Hazel Green Ky Sir I am 10 years old today Inclosed please find 1 for which you will please send me The Herald for ono year and oblige Geo W Vaughn R D HUNTER Cashier 1 v T NEWcounty desirable woodland and valuable timber a eood store of general merchandise within 100 yards of dwelling only one half wnuru uiuru are iroou nine mini hmvii schools churches etc Cause for selling MT STERLING KY failure of my fathers health Desire to Advertise liberally in The Herald Meorimine tho only permanent cure sell immcdiatclv DeedMand titlo clear awl see if your sales do not increase LlILIE Apply to COCKltILL Capital for all forms of headache and neuralgia Ezia Ky Surplus relieves the pain in from 15 to 20 min- To invigorate and beautify the hair BOWOUO a year la bring md by John K i Goodwlnl n7NVi wink form lUtiltr Utes For Bale on positive guarantee at Siciliau Hair Re use Halls jVegetablo you ninjr mil nuke ran muihtut mf n Chab M Gnuuns cbyuuqulrkljr how to urn from l to Wm Mitchell a iir tt newer rjiii a iju oiuce- or seni postpaidi vy SIO at tin atari ndlniiin aa joui o President Cashier There is more Catarrh in this section mail on receipt of price 50 cents on air fia all aara llolh In any fart of a box Amtrlca yuu tan rominrnrr at horn Mrs Jobn M Rose returned from her of the country than all other diseases In all tour tlnirnr aixra limnit nta onlr in The largest capital and surplus and IndiIk nock All la nrw Omit ay Bt Ilk f t trip to Lexington and other places on put together and until the last few years ttrary Murker Wt tart ou furnUhltiff vidual deposits than any bank in this bco- The great trotting mare Nancy Hanks arenrlhltir KA8IIV H tKIUIY Irnml tioi of tho State Wednesday rAliriCLXAIlS FltKK Addrtta at otrt was supposed to be incurable For a who made an exhibition mile at Indepensi rases a co i uktlam maim great many years doctors pronounced it dence In in 209 was last week sold at Mt Sterling will vote tomorrow as to Exchange Bank of Kentucky a local disease and prescribed local rem- Â¬ Lexington Ky to J Malcolm Forbes whether the city is to be lighted by elecedies and by constantly failing to cure of Boston at a private price but it is MT feTERLING KY tricity or not with local treatment pronounced it in- Â¬ supposed to have been between 40000 THE CELEBRATED Mrs Lou Day is making arrangement curable Science has proven Catarrh to and 50000 CAPITAL 4UOOOOOOO L t to build an addition to her already com be a constitutional disease and therefore Tho new Btreet between the Caskey requires constitutional treatment Halls modious hotel Wc have moro Hazel Green business than Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J and Kosh properties and running from any other bank and want to inorenso It has built a new barn Cheney Henry F Pieratt Co Toledo Ohio is the only High to College streets was opened last Send us your account and we will treat on the site of the one destroyed by fire constitutional cure on the market It is week and will bo of great convenience including about 200 acres of laud on which you well a few weeks ago nil Now let tho Trustees seo that is a substantial frame dwelliiig of 12 rooms taken internally in doses from 10 drops to B J PETERS President the sidewalks aro put in good atid safe is offered for sale The spring alone is very It acts directly upon No fictitious certificates but Bolid to a tcaspoonful will foon pay for the place valuable and condition before bad weather sets in JOHN Q WINN Oabiiibx For terms etc niuuy to facts testify the marvelous cures oy the blood and mucous surfaces of the SWANGO irAltltiJ system They offer ono hundred dollars Ayqrs Sarsaparilla The many frfondsof Dr J A Taulbee sep25w8 Hazel Green Ky for any case it fails to cure4 Send for will be pained to hear of hisdefinito pur-Â¬ Happy and content Is a home with The Ro circulars and testimonials Address fein ha tarn ad at oar SKIT lint of wnrt ud honorably by thnar of pose of locating at ClayCity As a phy- Â¬ morning Chester a lamp with the light of the MT STERLING KY oi younior old anil litthli F J CHENEY CO own loralitlravhf raw tocy llrrAnjr sician Dr Taulbee has few equals in this ono ran ila Iha woflt Kaar to Iram Forcataloutt writ Rochtittr Lam Co Ntw York Toledo O Ttrythlnr Wo alart mi No riak 1 W 80000 par section nnd we bespeak for him tho con yourfumlhmnmnl or all your lima to Iha workon ran dtvoU Capital 200000 Surplus Thli la an ntlraly ntw Lad and bring a ondarful aurraaa lu r rary Hoikr Sold by druggists 75 cents The funeral of Mrs Mary James will fidence and esteem of the people in his orpnnrr ar rnma irom x 10 au prr wr n anil urwarm J M ninSTAFIresTdcnt and mora aflrr llllla rarianci Wo can furuLh rou Iha rm bo preached by Elder J T Pieratt at G L KIItKPATMCK Vlco President Noanaratoam nlirmnil and Iracn ynu Arnong tho more prominent pcraonH new location for which ho expects to Jafuiiulluij tUKK IKVKaVCOa AlUlHTinra run UUk W W TIIOM80N Cashier 11 oclock next Sunday morning at Lauleave hprtly o 5 registered at the Day House during the rel We solicit past week We notice tho names of the CECIL HOTEL LIBERTY KY chantsreMootfully traders the business of mcr The Lexington trots last week were WEST farmers and business men Our merchants all complain of dull follqwing J H Bennett representing all that could bo wished for The wea- Â¬ gcnerolly throughout Kaftern Kentucky A general banking business done Give us a No wonder they dont inyite Yankie Seip trade Co Chillicothe Ohio ther was fine and the track was in re- Â¬ S V CECIL Jr Piioprietor chance to send vou a bank book iihv vour customera through the columns of The Chaa Uhl Portsmouth Oolo John D markably good condition On account This new hotel bus just been opened for checks nnd loan you money when In need Brady Ironton Ohio Judge S H Pat- Â¬ of sickness of tic grea trotter Nancy Herald Wt Wk THOMlHON cash f e reception of Ritests Faro excellent good M V Potta Granville Hanks tho association substituted Del sample rooms livery stable in connection There is to be some sort of a show in rick Jackson au28 Hates rensona ble Mt Sterling National Bank march 2tfl tyi the race with the gret town soon but what it is we are unable Bailey and C C Hanks Campton A TAULBEE to Bay as the agent was too penurious to MT STERLING KY Tho following would indicate that Allerton which wan wou by Allerton in TJR J three straight heats Monbars the win- Â¬ advertise tho paralyzed there is still iopo for ner of the two year old stakes failed to The sidewalks in Hazel Green are a Frank Cornelius Purcell Indian Per lower his record of 210 in a trial heat I induced Mr Piiison whoso wife Hazel Green Wolfe County disgrace to any town and moro so to the says 10660 had paralysis in the face to try a bottle ono claiming to bo the prettiest town in Tho only men of worth to a town or KENTUCKY To their of Chamberlains Pain Halm the mountains LEWIS APPERSON President community aro thoso who forgot thojr great surprise before the bottle had been own selfish ends long enough and who H R FRENCH Cashier Mrs F N Day who has been so very all used she was a great deal better Her aHHaaaaaaaaaaV are liberal enough in their ideas to en- Â¬ low for some time thanks to tho skill of faco had been drawn to one aide but Mountain business is respectfully solicited courage every public enterprise to push with the assurance that we will treat every Dr Taulbce is able to resume her place the Pain Balm relieved All painand sore- Â¬ all projects calculated to build up tho customer fairly at the table again ness and the mouth assumed its natural town and enhance its importance The AflENCYo Is also unequalled for rheuma- Â¬ enterprise and push of a town or com- Â¬ shape A postal from Rev D H Fallen states lame back sprains swellings nnd munity is in tho foundation of its per Â¬ that he can not bo at Daysborough next tism SO cent bottles for snlo by lameness manent success A own may as Well KENTUCKY Saturday and Sunday on account of an Rose Swango prepare for its funeral as to become in Â¬ engagement at Hazard l A pamphlet of Inforratulon andab- 26 PROFESSORS and INSTRUCTORS lliraCLOI IIIQ IAWlaIlllWIIIM JIIIW 10 unsuccessful business man bewails different to the enterprises in its midst An vuijUIu rntanii curetti rrnne Agricultural Soientino Engineering H B Maupin will soon bo hero with a Markt uoprnithU rent rrtt You Men who come to a town to mako it Olasaloal Normal Bohool Academic his sad fato in the following style Addraat MUNN CO choice line of samples of dry goods nolook far Commercial and Military Oouraw of v301 llrandwnr would scarce expect ono of my ago in their future home who can not New York Study o r tions boots and shoes from tho house of v enough before to see that money placed merchandising to engage and hopo to COUNTY APPOINTEES NEOEIVED D H Carpenter Catlettsburg public enterprise will be FREE OF TUITION get a paying trade without tho local judiciously in a in tho appreciation of their Fall term begins Hiptawiarttrii8gi Possums and coons seem to bo very papers aid and yet I did that very hundredfold Hoard In dormitory 2 per week In private plentiful ths year Jim Brown with thing I opened up a storo last spring property aro to be pitied They aro not families 360 to 4 For Catalogue addreM stock the men to put their shoulder to the COMMERCIAL his dog Bogus caught a large possum This month tho sheriff took my COLLEGE of KENTUCKY UN They aro K PATTKItSON LfcXINUTUN KY in Drew Godsoys lot tho other evening and sold it from tho nuction block wheel and build up a town CUtput 4 OMif WtrU LEXINGTON K of tho class who aro ready to take all Hmnht iwju at Mitt guriinuoarrion in Iks 0ia4aaU la Woata Eii Mew Dont view mo with a scornful eye but BiMlata II Ootiar KciiiwCwui In elses building en Â¬ aludlni TalOaaitHam tpkrd Baad aawil Ma HNoaratiiii x of some ono SutUaw i aa4 Tho Btallion St Blaise was bid off at simply Bay as i pass ioy i rm Anuru gw u they can Knlar wairiaaB4TauMuraYUma Na aaw terprise but they are not willing to do Trra ura4atsMrtiraL Sv4l I da iriaai toraaiUa Hiulj IMIti tho sale of tho late August Belmont nut fool who seems to think he has no uso Iuwala4auia alta4aae U paat ar Yet alraalar a44ra vriuBun n awiin rrait LtxmuTON KY scry stud of New York last week for for printers ink There is a truth as anything themselves 5100000 by Charles Reed of Fairviow broad as earth and business men should Hpecla Notice DAVIS The Tib simply this know its worth Arrangements have been made with AMOS WITH Willie L Day after skirmishing around public buys its goods from those who the various railroads in the Stato which A the Olucgrass country for about a week Ex will enable the delegates attending tho Manufacturers of evening high Â¬ advertise returned home Wednesday meeting of the Farmers and La Â¬ ly elated over tho many strange sights he If parents who have children subject Stato Uqion at Elizabothlowh Ky borers witnessed 9 to croup would tako tho advice of Rose 3IT STERLING KY November 10 to got one and one third 06 W Pearl street Cincinnati O Swango they would never be without a A very quiet wedding took place on Cough Remedy fare that is when you get your ticket Headquarters at West Liberty Ky ttQ Wednesday evening in which the parti bottlo of Chamberlains tho agent It will not only cure you will get h certificate from ono full rtrCftllslKHIrtMltS in the house t rwlHM HH1 cipant were R A Kash and Mlsa Lula showing that yon have paid or M0HHtiR MraNte tHtrH CLARENDON croup but will prevent it if used as soon Day daughter of J T Day Elder J T rally sftlleltMi JelLly fare this will enable you to get a return Cur LMineatone and Short aU aiaa as tbe first symptoms appear which can Neratt officiating Lkxinotox Kv for one third fare Dont fail to MAUPIN Remedy is kept at ticket always be done if the wrm get a certificate wben you buy your AV II ROSWELL PMiwiKtOK Mrs Ellen Pieratt who has been very at hand ticket Fraternally yours ick for several weeks is slightly hnprov- iFOR UYSPKfSIA Tkre hm m h14mI aa Aaaex wLm SO B F Daym H 1h HtoM and if Dr Taulbee can remain here U Briitma Ir XOTIOMgBOOTJIHOWc IhrakiMiw recommend It Vvm frigidly to th Ordr 14mm fw days longer It to be hoped she - A CATUETTSBVIK KY M1y All telm kep it wJtWm twJBiMujf 0Mt U fully Vjy recover n n Our neigbboring town of West Liberty is trying to organize a brass bnnd County court at West Liberty noxt Monday The beautiful farm known ns tho I F Cock roll farm near Kxel Ky is now offer ed tor sale by its owner This is thu most desirable situation in Morgan county nico This Dank solicits the accounts of merÂ¬ il welling of 7 rooms with two hallways largo chants farmers traders and business men yard of elegant shade trees and evergreens generally throughout Eastern Kentucky two never failing wells small neat store oilers its customers every facility and house on premises largo burn and nil neces and most liberal the terms within tho limits of sary outbuildings good houses on farm for legitimate hanking octl8ly tenants large orchard witii nbundanoo of of all kinds best distillery in the fruits - Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 Â¬ FARMERS BANK 250000 840000 flHf l Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- FOR SALE y imp Suriis i money- Traders Deposit Bank Â¬ Physician and Surgeon Capital 100000 Surplus fi I STAT hi 0F Â¬ tw JAt PhD Trimble Bros WHOLESALE BETTMAN BROS Co 0 oLoHma n ROCE8 Â¬ ir THE 8t HfitTnaDvnvpmra n Ir M- JXatU fr i f 5 vWKwF v 4fQ pwjs f trust in 1110 through all aAd wait for mo no matter what muy happen Will you promiso mo that Indeed I will dearest You knew that I would boforo you asked she T t HAZEL QEKIxi KY murmured Hut do not try me too much for father is aa hard as a rock 1 must po away for awhile my dar- Â¬ WHAT THEY THINK OF IT ling Somewhere in yonder endless chain of mountains a fortuno is wait Â¬ JJrui ik Dear Tom v ho had something o toll me I ing for mo I feel it I know It us woll as If it wore already in my grasp ho know flazel Green Herald There waii such a sad look in his doop earn cBt eyes And ho lingered so long when tho time came to RO answered In Bolomn earnestness Ood added grant that it may bo so she As we stood on thqbalcony under tho skies And ibn wheal gavo htm tho flower at tho gate It brought such a quick happy Hush on his check wish 1 could tell him but no I must wait Till tho poor loving follow finds courugo to spook - llfit youwikr Sihtkii I think It is timo for Tom Kaynolds to nponk It In moan it Is shameful to trent Ucsslo ho He calls and ho calls on nor wcok after wcok of a beau lies a stupid old And hero I cunt go to as much us a dance For four Ill got married and leave her behind Oh lit over Tom Kaynolds but gives mo tho stlck-in-tho-mu- d Â¬ Ill chnnco mind waka him up onco with a plcco of my IlEll IJllOTlIEII knows lie mndo Iter glvo up till tho rest for his sako And yet ho is too big u oalt to propose I should think Hess would gtvo that Tom Kaynolds tho Shako Hes no good on ourth and that cvoryono I think I shall sound Mr Kaynolds next wcok Hkii Motiikii Ill toll i And learn if ho hus any purpose In vluw htm I like him but fool I should speak As ho koops away othors who llko Ucsslo too 4 went there this ovonlng expressly to sneak Hut timo after tltno whorfl tried to begin I choked at tho words and grew trombllng and weak And who en mo to tho guto when I started to leave To toll of tho plonk and ask me to come And rested hor Boft little hand on my sleeve And could havo dlud tor hur sako yet was dumb Oh it makes my blood boll Shu must pity And 1 1 Anothornlghtgono what a fool I have boon Tom I V j t me too Moro likely despises mc well lot It pass Somq wrm ought to win her Tom Kaynolds not you A poor craven cowardly consummate ass -- Puck Jdbdl M gtBp N u lurgo ICJ1 3WV mining town in tho fnr west there lives Wolf Why Kllztibeth her father always called her that whon displeased how can you forgot that we aro descended from the Rundolfs of Virginia lust a little longer daughter a year or r 1 A two at the most ami wo will go cast mnd live as other people do Then my jowcl may lliul a worthy setting I want no ono hut Clyde papa pro Â¬ tested Hessio tearfully Hut tears mudo no impression upon the linrd heart of loorgc Raudolf However ho condescended to give a conditional consent to their 11111011 Micli an absurd condition thut people jaP laughed ami shook their hoads and TltyssUVs marry fuce grow grave When you can show tho possession V of ono hundred thousand dollars you 1 v iheartnnt little else jected to Clydo Rrown was frank spoken with tin honest manly face a true loving ure ant to bo when thoy acquire sudden riches In addition to histoid he possessed a rare treasure in the person of his daughter Hes do as sweet a seventeen-year-ol- d maldeu as ever lived Pretty Hessio did not lack for lovers oud quite as naturally the favored one was the very one that her father ob a mining king who by n u t u r c is us storn and ar bitrary as mon iiinrffd Run Â¬ Â¬ house to her fathers great relief Tho next morning Clydo loft tho town fully equipped for a prospecting tour and quite alone excepting tho three large dogs which followed sedate- Â¬ ly at his heels For soino time the prize which he sought eluded him but it camo to him at last in a strange manner Ono day after following tho course of a noisy shallow stream into a narrow valley hsmmed In by lofty mountains he cumped at tho foot of a gigantic tree near tho water Thcdogs whined uneasily and sniffed at a holo among the roots of tho tree but lio called them away and wont on building a fire to cook supper from the looso wood and branches around Now that tho tire is ready he I wonder if Ill find any mused aloud game hereabouts As If in answer a half grown deer camo down to tho stream on the op- Â¬ posite bank not many rods away It stopped with one foot upraised and looked at the dogs with startled eyes but tho next Instant tho report of Clydes rifle rang out tho deer leaped into the air sprung forward and fell into the stream from which It was soon dragged by the dogs Rut the echoes made by the report had not died out along the hills before another sound aroused them again It was the scream of an angry pan Â¬ ther from tho mountain bohind him and it was instantly answered by another on tho right and yot another far down the valley on the left Clydo heaped the dry limbs upon the fire and the dogs usually as brave as lions whined piteously as they skulked close to his feot Ho waited in breathless anxiety for several minutes but could hear noth Â¬ ing except thii crackling of tho lire which now threw a wide circle of light and tho night wind among the trees Soon following a magnetism which ho could not nccouut for ho lixed his gaze upon a tall tree near the base of tho mountain and encountered the glare of two fierce yellow ejs A panther was crouching there upon a long limb every nerve of his body in motion as ho prepared for the fatal spring To aim hastily and lire at him was the impulse of a second and tho tawny brute sprung outward with a snarl of rage and pain and fell squarely into the lire There was an unearthly shriek a smell of burning hair a shower of coals and lighted wood then the brute stood wounded and blinded near tho tree At him boy- at him cried Clyde And tho dogs closed on him but wounded as he was ho was more than a match for them Ho killed ono and sent tho others howling to a safe distance before their master could surely aim the second bullet which quieted him He was not an instant too soon how over for there camo another terrific scream this timo from tho tree directly ovor IiIh head Im ready for you now he cried coolly sighting another panther direct Â¬ ly botweon tho scintillating eyes Ho llrod and sprang aside whllo tho animal foil struck tho earth with u heavy thud clawed tho earth and air convulsively for a few seconds mid then lay qulto still mut- Â¬ This Is getting Interesting tered Clyde grimly oyoing the two hugo tawny bodies tho dead dog and tlm skulking living ones whllo he throw fresh wood upon tho scattered ilro and poored In overy direction - And then oho walked slowly to the burning brightly whih he busied hl self in skinning tlnrcc of the panthcrcj the ono which had sprung into tho 0 j being worthless Two wero monstrous brutes mi and female evidently tho parental the smaller pair as well as tho kittof Aftor a generous breakfast of roost venison ho enlarged the hole with pick and shovel and aftor cxamln liis revolvers crept In cautiously witj lighted torch whllo the dog remali outside protesting against such U hardy conduct by dismnl yelps whines The cuvity under the spreading re was deserted hut a larger opening into tho rocky mounthin side j through this tho astonished young n crept to find himself In a natural cm Ho soon discovered and killed kitten but could find no signs of more The iloor of the cave was oovt with boncB and a ncutly mudo nes sticks and leaves was in ono corner Hut Clydo did not notice these was examining the rocky sides wl wero of a peculiar veined grayish st There wns a smilo of satisfactioi his face when he had finished this amination and when ho crept U 1 1 sued are nothing moro or loss than a silver certificate culling not for ono hundred cents worth of silver - but tn vt a silver dollar Any pretense to tho A contrary Is made for tho purpose of dv 4 celt Hut tho republican organs wiRV no more lure print for the edification of their readers tho text of tho law thus misinterpreted than they will tell the truth as to the discussion of tho Mc Ivinloy bill by tho world s fair cotnrals- sioncrs unicago Times REPUBLICAN FINANCIERING l I Calico Charleys Way r Screwing Kxpcnnes Dowa The roports that Secretary Foster bus been holding back payments on all J tho regular appropriations in order to serapo togetucr onougn money to 4 tw1jwtvi 4ln Jl rt wtf 1isw1 v vv Tia rn VIU uunuij uro fully borne out by tho statemont of the receipts and expenditures of the treasury for August The receipts show a marked fulling off beiug S28 884851 compared with tho Si0O07449 of August 1800 and tho even higher ligures for July and Juno of last year Vnl t mr 1 roster gets a com fortablo balance to apply to redemp-tion of bonds Hut how was this 111c ugures tell i oaiauco ooiainetiv Vnnnlir Sit ftnft fln flliil mvil cti knocked off the customary payments under the head of Civil and MisccNaj mucous at least siuuuuuu moro off the appropriations for war a good slice taken out of tho money voted tho Indians and tell it not to the makers of republican platforms from eight to ten millions from that saercil fund which pays for pensions Think of a beggarly 50047Ji paid out for pensions in August What becomes of republican generosity to tho old soldier in view of such a whittling down from the good hearty present of Sit000000 in July 818000ooD in Au gust of last year and SJ 1000000 last November Secretary Poster will have j to do better man this or tlio republic an campaigners will tinu ttietr arga- - 4 ments running low His monthly statements havo degenerated into a mystification but the record of tho actual operations of the treasury shows how matters really stand It proves that the receipts havo fallen behind ex penses since tho Mcivinley bill went into force The balance on the wrong side was about i00000 to the end of July and would havo been six or seven millions higher in August alone if tho average monthly payments had not been held up When we iret tho Sen- tember showing with tho outlay forj ooim redemption added m wo snail doubtless have a now proof that timo i was all that was needed to show the I supernatural wisdom of tho Mcivinley J 1 bill N Y Post POINTS A ID OPINIONS Miss Recipr city will bo a wiso child indeed if m is ablo to recognize her own fathe- r- Washington Post When Secretary Foster says that no can pay tne iour and onc liait per cents that are not extended ho knows 4 that he can onty get the money by rob bing funds dedicated to other purposes 1 X A 011 iuc u pfn w Korntvlrnr ilntvn tlm ovnnnrn nn iouju l IllO- - it is Harrison cannot carry Indiana but that many of the leading papers of the state are openly fighting his ambition for a second nomination All this i very very sad for Mr Harrison and very very joyous for his secretary of state but it is not wholly discreditable It is true that consider able casuistry is required to distinguish between the right of accepting office at the hands of men whose methods are such as those employed by the blocks-of-liv- c supporters of the president and the wrong of allowing thosu supporters to dispense the patronage but there is a distinction if not a difference and the president deserves some credit for recognizing it His post inaugural scruples will however prove incon venient in their consequences if it hapr pens that both Huston and Dudley de termine to become active in opposition for these gentlemen have long operat Â¬ ed the machine and they know overy wheel and spring They made Harri son with the machine and they can unmake him and make his successor on the republican ticket The moral of this seems to be that if a man is too good to give offices through tho hands of those who deal in blocks of five he should be too good to take gilicc through those hands Hut the moral did not occur to Harrison until after March I 1S8S Louisvillo Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ uiiiuuMi Mr 1IK WAS KNAMIMVG Tilt StDKS into daylight again he muttered tweak Â¬ ing Braves ears until the dog yelped in pain and wonder Queen Ross is mine It rave Theres gold enough there to satisfy even Ieorge Raudolf I should say and I claim it as the panthers bequest Ueorgo Randolf could say no more although he insisted on visiting the panther s den to see for himself Sonic folks are lucky ho admitted rolucttiutly If that mine is wortli SIOUOOD you can have her for a Ran- Â¬ dolf never goes back on his word That was only a year ago and the mine has already netted its owner over Hut he regards as a dearer prize tho loving wife who rules his heart and home his Queen Hess Saturday Â¬ M Night GERMAN EPITAPHS 11 Odd Inscriptions Seen In HnvnrlH iriivoyurd In Inscriptions in Bavarian mountain communes of the earlier part of our century record the possession of tho more rudiments of schooling as a dis Â¬ tinction of the deceased For instance Here rests the worthy N N He was very accomplished in reading writing Raiten the local and reokoning dialect for rechnen Tho tomb of Franz Ammann records that ho was mighty in three languages the French the Italian and the English The inscriptions upon tho sites of accidents tho so called Marterin which aro frequent in Alpino countries ure sometimes very original Tho author gives a few specimens from tho Ober innthal Ono is quite Carlylean Â¬ N Y World REPUBLICAN FALSEHOOD Suppression of Truths 011 tho Money A Ouestloii this house into eternity Iloro fell Jacob Ilosonknopf from the roof of Another with characteristic under- Â¬ valuation of the gypsies records In tho cold year of 1053 two men and two Bohemians were drowned on this spot A verse over two graves with ono com mon tombstone is worthy of the Eng- Â¬ lish old socialist Priest John Hall and of Hishops Latimer and Pilkington Righteous and truu is tho Lord Cod Hero lies the master and hern lies his man Now you world wlso ones who ro by Sav which Is tho herr and which Is tho knocht mt Meow Meow Ho Sct-t- -t t iV n - Xrf 4iIHK BEKtt WiAWSD Hftf TUB AIll 1 VtK J 1 yij 9 U i vnp - can have hor ho said grimly in an swer to Clydo Urowns manly petition Until then Ill hear no mora about It You can never do it sobbed Hon ata wlum they stood alona in tho moon- Ugki Vy the road k fyy momeaU later iMfWUa Vlmi futliut- - wuIiIimI aturrllv from Â¬ mi r t ftri i n t- fyprpf m fiJVh 3TUmwk Jmm 3PM sVrtMHW t lHtHi Re rvyondor vncK miHtiy jpojnwumw 4 wm numb my nrioiHi tf kT Vb4m mtwm wHVuit m ltiiwb iMtfCMHwritlif jmMwiN Only turned sharply to see the heads of two panther cubs thrust out of the holo near the treo their ears laid close to their round heads and their eyes swooping tho scene hi fierce inquiry Ha hill A regular family party Ive stumbled on laughed Clyde Seek cm boys And the dogs pulled ono kitten out to his death while tho other scrambled back in tho hole Suddonly tliero was a slight noise in tho edge of tho forest and two half grdwn panthers camo cautiously Into tho circle of light Milfllng the air un easily and evidently afraid of 11 trap Tho smell of tho scorched hair and tho blinding glttro of tho tiro puzzled them Hut Clydo diil not wait for thorn to become Kntistlcd of the safety of an attack Ho llrod two shots in quick succession killing ono animal and bad ly wounding tho pthor which tho dogs attacked at once When thu sharp short light wus over ono dog limped back to receive tho pralso of his master whllo tho other lay dead beside iU dead foe You and 1 are alone now Hrave my boy said Ids master patting tho when daylight Well duffs head otaea wll aa aftar that little varmint in tha haWf Tka altfht paaad without further th ire n6ltiMoN Wt Clyda S-s- -s The involuntary humor which is so frequent a characteristic of English epitaphs upon tombstones occurs as often it would seem in tho church ytmls of our Teutonic cousins A second edition of hud wig von Hor of oddities matins lirabsehrllten just published at Munich contains a rich collection Tho inscription on tho churchyard cross In tho commune of Oberstolermark runs us follows This cross is erected To tho honor ol tho Lord Jesus ChrUt Who was cruclllod for us Hy tho peasants of this parish Â¬ Â¬ Tho absurdity in this case as the editor notes is solely duo to the absonco of any punctuation Hut an other In the same churchyard deserves to be quoted by Sir Wilfrid hawson It is in memory of a brewer Â¬ samo commune is thus Since thu drink which ho browed Has brought many to an early grave Hero at last lies ho the Ulorvorhutuor Oh Christian Bay for him five Our Futhors A faulty singer in tho choir of the ated commemor- Â¬ kit wtu The original in caeli of these ppltaph is i liyme all Mall Ga- - Here rests Johannes Hesserer Ho was but a bad tenor Hut up there in Heaven ho laughs at as UeuM at caa now slag so perfectly Since the adoption of their national platform in 1880 there has been no moro brazen attempt to humbug the people than was made by tho New York re- Â¬ publicans Wednesday Since the passage of the silver law of July 14 1800 there muy havo been ground for ex Â¬ cusing citizens ignorant of its terms Hut tho discussion thereon has of lato been so extended and thorough that IgnorancQ may no longer be pleaded Now York republicans assert in tho sixth plank of their platform The act of July 14 1800 provides for the purchase of silver product and tho is suing of tho new treasury note pro Â¬ tected by a reservo of one hundred cents worth of sliver for every dollar issued The statement is unqualifiedly false There is no such provision in the act and there was not a prominent politician in the convention at Roches tor who was not aware of the fact Hut tho platform was framed in accordance with the hint contained in Senator Shermans speech It Is intended to cover tho fact that in many states re Â¬ publican conventions have pronounced in favor of freo coinage of silver Hy such a plank New York republicans seek to hold allies who have been es pecially favorable to the political am- Â¬ bition of Ohios successful financier The simple facts of the case aro so plain that republican organs havo small excuse for not presenting thorn to their readers Hut It happens not to bo convenient to lot tho plain pooplo havo too much truth just now hight shed on republican tactics might dis Â¬ gust too many honest citizens with a political organization they have ad Â¬ hered to becauso of its older record Tho purchases of silver made under tho authority of tho law of 1800 nro paid for in treasury notes issued for that purposo and being by tho samo law redoomublo at tho dlscrotiou of tho secretary of tho treasury in either gold or silver dollars There is no possiblo chanco for a difference of opinion on this subject It has boon conceded by republicans in and out of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Neither Mr Rlaino nor Mr Mcivinley has opened u market for a barrel of pork or a bushel of wheat Starvation is tho statesman who is about to move our American meats and crops Louisville Courier Join nal It isnt the democratic party alone that favors broader trade rela tions with tho world but in order to secure a more general exchange of products all who aro of such mind must join with tho democratic partv in sc curing it Hultulo Times Reed lias not been invited to Iowa to participate in the campaign The republican managers out tliero have observed the truil of desolatioaj that he left wherever he spoke last fallf 1 ho Ohio republicans have shorter memories Thoy havo forgotten that in thu fall campaign of 1800 the repuh licans lost every congressional district In which Reed spoke Detroit Free Press President Harrison has givcni Mr Piatt a good doal of excellent pap but It seems pretty evident from tho drift of things at Rochester that Piatt K isnt going to deliver Now Yorks dele gation to Harrison next year Sccre tlllV Foster lmihtlixM unnnlntorl Sloilt V itliueutt trt lltu iiutt lutiv vumi lln4nutllni WV IV ViHJr for that purpose but Sloat and Pratt are both for Hlainc Tho ox collector ty whatever Piatt is MinneapollsIournal Col Dudley savs that nil I6 that was brought up against Hlaine hu 3BJ tho past has boon condoned ii doned is not the right word and as it a implies a degree of guilt naturally Mr Hlainos friends do not thank the la e diana vote buyer for usinjy it Hut iti no doubt true that should Mr Rlain be again tho republican caiuiidato thI fight against him would not bo maJej wiin powder that has boon burned -- v A A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 VI 9 N Y World cldent of what tho renubllcana Pleased to nail tliu nvnllant bn eongress and by statesmen in and out ness administration nt Prldcnt I of tJie silver ring The notes thusia- - rlson Chicago Times When Fassott was made collector of tho port of Now York displacing trained and compotont man ho r1 marked npologotlcally that h6 was Wj course an utter stranger to tho duiwj of tho olllco but thought ho wq soon learn Ho had scarcely had ti to mauo Himself a useful servant win a cohvontion comnosed lariralv of f oral officeholders nominated htm publio office thus making ncce tho appointment of another lnox enced man to man ago tho chlof cus houso of tho country This is an tw I x t ft t c m 7MAJ PHo V mm i AGRICULTURAL HINTS FRUIT AND VEGETABLES How to Ktoro a Supply or llotli KuMclent to Lam All Winter On tho fnrm tlt la always good econo- y K THE HORSE NETTLE TIU TroulilPnoniB Wcotl subscriber Bends to the Orange all winter If the work Is properly I A i rtill Farmer himipIuh of a weed and done they can readily be kept In a good Writes condition While tho cejlnr Is a conloon ror twenty llvo or venient place nnu This i for keeping what Is vory troublcnotno on our fiirm thirty ycarM Clrows vrtrv needed during the whiter the averago Mnm Imnosslblt lo cruriicnte it J rapidly in cultiviUotl ground onrooti run deep farm cellar is too warm to keep frultsor toy of ground vegetables a long time Nearly all and catch nnlii when thrown jn wet weather varieties will keep best nt a Â¬ T II Jr nl tl 1i lOHil MA perature ns nearly just above low tem IB ITUI IJ freezing It is liorse as possible Apples pears and grapes pcrlment station replies well are the principal fruits stored for win- Â¬ nettle Solatium Carotin fnc L voort In ter use tut a troublesome The first can be kept all wininmvn Illinois Missouri Iowa and southward ter bat the holidays Is as late as tho It occurs from Conneetleut south to two latter are usually kept ttrapeS Texas should have nil damaged or decaying Florida nnd west to Texas books anil articles on this weed fre- Â¬ fruit picked off and then bo carefully quently state that It prefers sandy packed in layers in jars or boxes lin- Â¬ My own observation in Illinois ing the spaces between with clean dry Boll Missouri and Iowa do not show this to sawdust cork dust is still better when be the case though It may be true for It can be had If kept In a cool place Connecticut and other eastern states there Is little danger of their spoiling Choice pears should be carefully In the clay soil of Missouri and Illinois or in the blaelc soil of Iowa It grows sorted and kept in a cool airy place for very luxuriantly It Is a perennial a few days and then each should bo provided with deep running roots The wrapped In paper and packed in shal- Â¬ htems and leaves are more or less low boxes or drawers one layer In prickly ilowers are bluish or whitish each and stored in a dry place Pears much like those of a potato to which will keep in a higher temperature than The berry coin either apples or grapes it is closely related Apples can be stored in boxes or bins In the cellar When this Is done it isjiear ly always best to arrange them so that they will be four or six inches from the wall and from the 1loor so as to admit of a good circulation of air all around them Care mustkbc taken in sorting and handling so as not to have any bruised or damaged fiuit among What is stowed away especially for long keeping Another good plan of keeping apples is to dig a trench about feet wide and as long as is necessary l rom li to IS inches will be deep enough depending somewhat on the character of the soil Line it well on the bottom and sides with clean dry straw Set a forked stake or post at each end if the trench is not over S feet long if longer than this more posts will bo necessary It is al Â¬ ways best to pick tho apples and ort carefully and then put In a place where they can be in the shade for a few daws to cure out before storing away Then pile them in the trench and cover with straw Lay a good stout polo in the forked posts and then set boards Solatium Carolfnetme iioitSK nkttik with one encl on the ground and the a i other on the pole It is best to have an iraonly called the seed Is from one half open space of 0 or more inches between Ito three fourths of an inch in diameter the boards and the layer of straw over Of it Darl the fruit Jand is of yellowish color Cover the boards with soil ington says This is an exceedingly deep enough to keep out frost This pernicious weed and so tenacious of is a good way to store fruit or vegeta Â¬ llife that it is almost impossible to got bles of any kind and it is less trouble rid of it when once fully introduced It to get at them than if no boards are grows In patches so thickly as to deter used Potatoes and turnips will keep stock from feeding among it and even better in a pit than In the ordinary cel- Â¬ to monopolize the soil while its roots lar and while the supply needed for gradually extend around and to great Immediate use can be stored in the cel- Â¬ Adepta lar what is desired to keep until late What Darlington says Is most em- Â¬ in the winter or early spring can in phatically true at least so far as tenac Â¬ very many cases be kept better in pits ity is concerned and what Mr IIollls Jrapes pears and sweet potatoes icrsavs It is as bnd as Canada thistle should bo harvested and stored away jfKas been realized by many farmers first then Irish potatoes carrots and While stock will avoid it I am in beets Apples turnips and cabbage cllued to believe that where the will stand considerable frost wUhout ipasture is closely grazed it can be di Injury but should not be allowed to minlshed very materially by tramping freeze Parsnips and salsify will be all Bn itthe better if left out until after the This is true of many of our weeds first freeze icnerally after the ground f Fll il if i nun ueorge u tr van iiomen recently freezes hard It is best to apply a second told me that common milkweed l covering of soil straw or fodder lie tlkpias cornuti can bo destroyed easily sure to make good drainage on the outin pastures With horse nettle the side St Louis Republic treatment must be vigorous Nothing short of removing the roots leaves and THE HACKNEY HORSE all will kill it Whv not trv the ox- Standpoint fcperimeiit of keeping the leaves down ItM 1olntR from itn KiikHnIi Approxiinutflv Imllcutod f for a season Our illustration represents a hackney or trotting stallion with the points apHORTICULTURAL NOTES proximately indicated from an English under tfivhjiovK anu uurn uu ninus ui jmuu standpoint The head Is Ujudged 10 eye face 0 points namely 8 ear trees affected by black knot and expression 11 jaws 12 lips and 1 y Tub farm home should be made as pleasant as possible with ilowers and nostril giving 25 points if judged according to single points or 10 when hrubs Tub plea for Instruction in botany the points are arranged In groups The in the miblic schools should be vigor- - forequarter division comprises U neck 15 breast W withers 17 shoulders 18 OUslv Uririwl 19 chest aggregating 85 Ix Italy chivsanthomums are eem2- - fore ribs and in single points or 14 if the points are Ucry flowers and unpopular for general Tho middle piece division ingrouped cultivation or button hole decorations cludes 20 the back 21 back ribs 22 Tubus are some very Hue native forubs in every section of the United ias Transplant some of those near jfrjou to your lawn w uujib larmers auow tno nens to nave Rthe full run of the door yard to the peomplete destruction of all the good lifes flowers This Is not right A Lietzb a Uorlstof Itlo tie Janeiro jLUrazll lms written to a Chicago llorist asking him to take charge of an ex Hbit for tho worlds fair of 100 varieties Ualadlum a foliage plant with 1m Â¬ 1 s LDcicrlptlon anil MrttiotU or Dcntroylns my to store up a sufllcient supply of of a narratlvo by Miss 0 II Garland fruit and vegetables in tho fall to last called Tho Maldons of tho Lakes Â¬ Â¬ greatly reduced rates to prlaolpal points In the West Northwest 8outhwetand South on September 90tb tlckots good for thirty Dorothy Wordsworth Edith Southey days and covering the greatest variety ex and Sara Coleridge lovely girls to routes and other Information For rates whom Wordsworth addressed his poem pertalnlngr to maps popular route call oner this Tho Triad with portraits of tho three address any ticket agent girls and other illustrations Tho MI WANT Troublo Grandpa Nature had with the country a drlak means one thing la the and oaaethfag elso hi town Oal Horse by L J Bates Bco IIunting veston News by Rowland E Robinson and A Joint Snake by E Olln are thrco peculiarly The Only Ona liver Prlnted Can Yoa Flad Interesting Natural History articles tho Word A Night with Russian Wolves ablood There Is n S Inch display ndvortisoment wnlcti has no paper this curdling true story by Llout Col Thorn in this nllko except weekword Tho saniotwo Is ono words dike Jessies Chickens a homo llfo truo of each new one nproarlng each week story by llattlo TyngGriswold Ediths from Tho Dr Hurler Modlclno Co This Gulnea Pig a travel story by Esther house pluccs a Crescent on everything Both the method and reeulU when Look for It thoy and George and Bronson Company Limit- Â¬ them mako naino publish word and thoy send Syrup of Figs is taken it is plsftnt will tho of the ed JEL another horac llfo story by J return you book beautiful lithographs or and refreshing to the taste and acts Jnmlcson nro very entertaining A samples free gently yet promptly on the luuneys Moqul folk talo of Tho Genesis of Â¬ who has had a Thb lover Liver and Bowols cleanses the sys Earth and Moon a Norso follotilo of should girl suarpor next timefaithless a cut- tem cflbotually dispels colds head u la do Why tho Sea is Salt tho Margarot lass Lowell Courier aches and fevers aud cures habitual PaCty Letter tho Drawing of tho constipation Syrup of Figs is tha Tliroo Harrott Krcurnlons Child Flguro Miss Rlinmcrs Q R R only romcity of its kind ovor pro- Tho Burlington route C B are readable and Instructive MarÂ¬ sell from principal stations on Us linos duccd pleasing to tho tnsto and ao garet Sydneys Peppers Serial Is in- Â¬ will on Tuesdavs Augustus and Sent IB and 29 Harvest Excursion Tickets ut Lw llatt to ccptnblo to tho stomnch pronlpt in tensely Interesting this month Men principal clllo- and and Things is full of good original an- Â¬ Regions of tho West points in tho FunningÂ¬ its action nnd truly beneficial in its Houtltwostnnd North ecdotes and thero are many readable west For tlckots ami furtlior In formation effects prepared only from tho moat poems and enjoyablo pictures puzzles concerning tlioso excursions call on your ncnitny nnu ngrccnuio buosuuiccs its and tho Childrens Lettcr Bor 5240 a nearest O B Q tlokotugout or uddrcss many oxccllont qualities command it year 20 cents a number D Lothrop P 8 Eustls GoulPuss aud Ticket Agout to nil and lmvo mado it tho moat Chicago 111 Company Boston popular romedy Jcnown Tnn hen that sots on a porcelain egg may Syrup of Figs is for wilo in 50o accomplish much but alio has ouuest wonder what not Jack tho facetious lutcutious Texas Sittings and 1 bottles by all lcatliug drug- Â¬ ntato they run tho lottery of lovo lnl 1 In every atato lauliuo tho cynical gists druggist vho Ifvou aro tired tiklng tho largo old fash may notAny rohoblo hana will pro N Y except tho married state lmvo it on lonod griping phis try Carters Little Liver orald Pills nnd take homo comfort A man cant euro it promptly for any ono who ataud ovorythlug One pill a dose Try them wishes to try Dutlcr County Fair Do not accopt any The famous Butler County Fair th substitute Houses prefer to bo stabled on tho In largest county fair in tho country oc Â¬ Atall nicut plau SmUh Gray Cos curs at Hamilton October 5 to 0 lncu Monthly- CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO sive Tho program and dlsplnj this SAN FHAN0ISC0 OAL year promises to excel all previous cfc Fon a Cough or Soro Throat tho bestinodl L0VMILLE KY tlEWfOMftJ Honey of Horchoimu und Tar D will sell excur Â¬ clnolH Halos forts Tho C 11 OPERATORS A TELEGRAPH sion tickets from Cincinnati Indian- Â¬ Pikes Toothache Drops Cure in ono minute apolis Lima Dclphos Wcllston and all WORK IS PLEASANT J composThe girl of Intermediate stations to Hamilton and itor Boston tho period tho lady rnys giuul wurc anil loads Transcript totliolilubrsipoaltlon W return at one fare for tho round trip tench H quickly utiil start Tickets on sale October 5 to 0 good re Â¬ Nnvnn fall to euro sick headache often oururmluutoi In rnllronu or 10 inclusive commercial iorrlco Crops turning until October tho very first doso Tills is what Is said by nro Milondlil ItullrnBtU r all who try Carters Littlo Liver Pills No woxnna lilphwaymon nro bo numer Eaten out of houso aud home picnic ous In tlila country when every nchoolboy Valentines School of Telegraphy Jsaest llle Wis lunches Boston News on declamation day Is taught to Und and Texas Blf tfugs mid deliver Â¬ art-paper rut JIas a plcasuro in store for all young lovers of English literature in tho form way announces a Harvest Sxouraloa at Wide Awake for October GttMp Kxettratsn RtM vt ChlMK9 Ik A KfttisM City Ry The Chicago 8t Paul Kamuwi City Rail gBWEqS U I if V t 0 it n - i N Â¬ - Â¬ Wise men hesitate tain Texas Slftings A only fools aro cer Â¬ two foot ituiE dont wear tight shoes IN ALL RIGHT BJEirVXJTE I suffered severely with face neu- Â¬ Â¬ Tun question of tho hour what time Is It Dralces Magnzinc into a groan person Pain will frequently transform a child run olf with it It does no good to take a stand and then Dallas Nows ralgia but in is minutes after appliwas asleep of mmm cationnot St Jacobs Oilwith it since been troubled have F B ADAMS Perry Mo No return since 1882 A little man never looks ao big to the world as ho does when ho Htands on a bag of money Rains Horn ST JACOBS OIL DID IT coast Boston Courier It is a bight of tho sea that indents tho - - v Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tun raw oyster Is a lino study in opon work Washington Star Last hut not leased said tho landlord as ho looked at tho vacant house Wash lugton Star Wncx a mail has tho nature of a sheep he has an easy tlino of It curbing his impot uoslty Texas Sittings WiiiN a woman Is us good as plosho will not make tart answers N O Picayune Ax old sad sea dog is probably a lis- mantled ocean grayhouud Peoria Tran- bcript Wallace Youve been InMngflcsh lateÂ¬ ly havent you I Willis Yes lvobcqn shaving myself Tun bookmaker at tho races keeps a run alng account with his customers Wash ington Htur Tnntrcels known by Its fruit but you cant tell a whlflio troo that way Bingham ton Leader WniL this Is a coll on mo said tho convict despondently as tho wardon turned tho koy in his door Buffalo Ku quiror What Is that In your vest pockot Bloss my sotil 1vo brought JutucHi avvay tho bath house to well N Y Press Â¬ -- About seven years ago I had Bronchitis which final- Â¬ ly drifted into Consumption so the doctors said and they had about given me up I was confined to my bed One day my husband went for the doctor but he was not in his office The druggist sent me a bottle of Pisos I took two doses of it and was Cure for Consumption greatly relieved before the doctor came He told me to did so and continue its use as long as it helped me the result is I am now sound and well entirely cured Mrs P E Baker Harrisburg Illinois of Consumption February 20 1891 1 i t it Â¬ i teensc f leaves If the potatoes or peas were taken off lato to make turnip sowing proflta H will keep weeds 2 80W Ty nff r m in It i ltd y winter for poultry food In tho muy turn0l tmder and help as a fertilizer Home NtartlinK respectively a broker Is the legs Is subdivided into 0 forearm 33 hock 34 legs 35 HWd HS BRvinrr Tf 1 000000 bushels 31 knee S3 gaskln Nra loaded on freight cars 500 bush- - bone 3d muscle 37 pasterns and 38 tMlcm- - H 1IUMIM nil inL wJ feet and to this by single Is allotted 33 nii lilt IIUIII by points If judged division points or 65 1I wlleH long If transported m W -nnlnfq ftro ludlTtd In tfrOUpS tllO t iuriy ionr bushels on a wagon being 2W Wdlllll II iimKu a rowoi wains iij luuca aggregates a8 before stated single point or 1W If If made Into bread reckoning a if judged by to every lxty pounds of flour judged in groups The above is given 4 give each man woman and from an English contemporary from tH United States a two pound which we have reproduced the engrav -Intr Colmaas Rural World bushels Figures POINTS OF TUB HACKNBV 1IOII8B belly 33 loin i24 tho Hank 25 sheath Riving J5 out of 250 or 10 out of a pos- Â¬ sible 100 Tho hindquarter division comprises 20 hips 27 quarters 28 croup nnd 20 set on of tall aggregat Â¬ ing same as previous division 25 and 10 We have selected two or Croup three lines from letters freshly received from paOWING BARTLETTS Thla Colleae TO INCREASED PATRONAGE tiu hiot1 to tb ItrfMt bwlltflttf Ut rents who have given German Syrup Di emergencies Commercial College entire hulldlnt tor caucaiionai purPMM oecaprintare kboTa tbe sronad fleer OldMl to their children in the tnu cnrtDMi n ina world nana lerinuiirairn eatalua credit these of Croup You will Nee MM 10 and 1H W Vuri3 Mmi CUieiiuwMC because they come from good sub- Â¬ OHIO stantial people happy in finding WELL what so many families lack a medInjprovcd DRILL icine containing no evil drug which mother can administer with con- Â¬ with our fnmoHit fidence to the little ones in their Alncklnf ry TbaWell oulr l auaraikJ safe and sure pariact MIICIIBIII tat most critical hours iaatdroepiBctouUIn naa tAMuM Water L L00MIS a NYMAH tfBliHPBPCataefe that it will carry them through Mrs JasW Kir Ed L Wiuxrs of j iKi iPf eHie College f 1 German Syrup 99 have had Catarrh for many years but never fdund anything that did me any good until I concluded to try After using it a few timesI tounu great relier and would not be without it now Miss Belle Woodruff Lawler Ioftd July 2i 1891 Pisos Remedy for Catarrh i v M t i a T Hlfj C t U i I 11 1 l4 1 t Â¬ RM t J- - Â¬ BORE WELLS AN o FLICKER o ts tSSL 3 Towcr5 The division relating to of wheat Almn Neb I give it to my children whett troubled with Croup and never saw any preparation act like ft It is simply ail- - raculous 1 A 1 P man Syrup among their children raaaaa VateHWe M urut Ci A medicine to be successful with ih little folks must be a treatmentfor the sudden and ttrribld foes of child Â¬ TLXltHh AIHB hood whoopinecouf h croup diph- Â¬ theria and the daigrous iBfkmma nlvV43MHM IN tioo of delicate throats afcd lungs Fully one half of our customers we mothers who use Bbschees Ger-Â¬ Daughters Ilarrodsburjr Ky I have depended upon it In attacks of Croup with my little daHgh ter and find it an in valuable remedy WHIIKEY HAIITB OPIUM a SlMI TVM UMV WITH OUT FAIKJJOOB Of MoMlara J M WOOIjIKY M Ph OUKID AT rMM tf CV Y a TUMAHeeivtCMtl rUU tmf IBM mwu DETECTIVES AhU ChMtead 4 5oft Wooler SJ WattHulL Collr- AATCHyMfi0a7OHMAIltt XftT I ag juvwrjm R Mi tmtim nry Amas0 mum bWWHM o jllfI l aBa an a T mt M to MW aJ i - Hww Tf mhttfttfttomuift- - 1 A1 A -I WMWMMWPWWwWMPwT li II MIllllHHH T itiaf i yrXtW l VvivMMMWlMWI4MlM the Mti v Mtr V n iii Ml- - - - - r EtmAo Eimtor Oklahoma j t ii JL I tfaotiglH I would wrtfn you r fw territory of Hum about t IfafUteii Th Unlttd county Txa 8 ates control the mall rxiuteH and but etflb Greer eoHty Oklahoma the Control tU Bute Txa U a loml affairs of Hi county Tl bHtlfuPotuiitry Itl pne vast prai rie except now and then It Is Interspers Â¬ ed by a patch of tiHxKjiilto bunhca which appear at a dinuce to be an old cach portion of the coun orchard Te ty ha but little moequito timber on It W P Elklna and myoelf went about 87 milee in a northeast course through the county to within 7 mile of the Indian Nation This portiori of the county Is fine black land and not a bush or rock to be seen There la a nice little town called Frazjlcr of about 76 inhabitant It has one dry goods atoro one grocory house one hotel and quite a number of This town Is 30 miles n co residence from the railroad and is claimed to bo the best portion of the county I had the pleasure of sitting on my horse and counting ten antelopes I have seen four gray wolves two badgers and prairie dogs and jack rabbits without number I havo not seen a singlo deer since I came to Texas but would liko to sco my Kentucky dear vory much I am sitting on the head of a nail keg at Fuyotto James writing on a board table Jahile Phillips Elijah Chambers and Lum Williams are out hero with mo Phillips says the people of Orcor county are tho cleverest folks he ever saw and he im putes their cleverness to drinking gyp sum water which tastes very much like Swango water so there is very littlo dif Â¬ ference between Swango water and Orcor county water one cures tho sick whilo the othor makes men clever and honest Fayette James says tho easiest job ho has to do is making rails Lum Will lams has put in his objections to tho country He says It in too largo for when ho starts out to a neighbors house that looks to be a mile or two nwny it takes him half a day to get there Tho boys say that they havo eaten more wa termelons since they camo out here than they ever ate before in their lives This country produces well It raises all the way from 15 to 87 bushels of wheat to the acre oats from CO to 76 bushels per aero corn from 16 to 26 bushels per acre YVatormolona aro f rco to every one that passes tho patch Watermelon Jhmm UW HEAiAffn abaenco of my W Kentucky WMkn fvJMi Orr Htinutcs of the meeting of the Stato Hoard of Education held October 2 and 8 It indicates that an effort will bo made to lead tho people to cxamlno and discuss cortaln matters having an impor Â¬ tant bearing on the public schools Pome tlmo was occupied in a presen tation and discussion of the Superinten Â¬ dents policy to consult tho pcoplo thro tho various channels of County Superin Â¬ The KtHicftllaRnl Note following Is an oxtrrtct from Â¬ wt tendents Trustees and other Individuals favorable to educational progress and through the State press as to tho wants of tho pcoplo of Kentucky touching 1 Tho law relative to school book Â¬ Catarrh There of the country than all other diseases put together and until the lust few years was supposed to be incurable For a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease and prescribed local rem Â¬ edies and by constantly failing to cure with local treatment pronounced it in- Â¬ curable Science has proven Catarrh to bo a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment Hulls Catarrh Curo manufactured by F J Cheney Co supplies 2 Tho proprioty of establishing a Normal Institute in every county to bo hold four or five weeks In each year un- Â¬ der licensed Instructors to Insuro to tho common schools an adequate BUpply of professional ambitious aud capable teach- Â¬ ers 3 Tho restoration of the county as a unit of taxatlou for local aid to tho com mou schools 4 Tho Increaso of the common school term and how tils can be accomplished 5 Tho building and furnishing of school houses of sufficient size and other wiso adapted to tho requirements of a progressive age and livo teachers 0 Uniform laws for schools reporting to tho Stiito office In cities of the various clnssos 7 Tho prevention of nepotism and GO feet favoritism in tho selection of teachers At this season of the year people can by which efficiency is often sacrificed to not be loo caroful about keeping their partiality Bilious and malarial bowels regular Tho members present all heartily con- Â¬ diseases aro often brought on by allow- Â¬ curred in Chairman Thompsons plan of ing the bowels to become torpid An ocformulating tlicso propositions and lay- Â¬ casional dose of St Patricks Pills is all ing them before tho people in tho manner that would be required and might pro suggested For salo by Rose vent serious sickness Swango is more in this section Â¬ Â¬ KmIon for Trunk trying mile truck Draw a line through For a an oblolig center 440 yards in length setting a stako at each end Then draw a lino on cither side of the first lino ex- Â¬ actly parallel with and 417 feet and 2 Inches from it setting stakes at either end of them You will then have an ob- Â¬ long square 440 yards long and 834 feet At each end of the threo 4 inches wide Now fas Â¬ lines you will now set stakes ten a cord or wlro 417 feet 2inches long to tho center stako of your parallelogram and then describe a half circle setting a stake as often as you wish to set a fenco post When the circlo is mado at both ends of your parallelogram you will have two straight lines and two circle which measured threo from the fonce will bo exactly a mile Tho turns should be thrown up an inch to tho foot A half mile track Draw two parallel lines GOO feet long and 425 feet 5 inches apart Half way between tho extreme ends of tho two parallel lines drive a stake then loop a wlro around the stake long enough to reach either side Then mako a truo curve with tho wire putting down a stako as often as a fence post When this operation is fin- Â¬ is needed ished at both ends of GOO feet parallel lines tho track is laid out The inside fenco will rest exactly on tho line drawn but the track measure a half mile three feet from tho fenco The turns should bo thrown an inch to tho foot The stretches may bo anywhero from 45 to KSfe lVToHlG iarrqnryrwTrajnnrtir KENTUCKY TO ALL POINTS CENTRAL RAILWAY ltLUK OHAKS KOUTK kxxxM y SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE FROM CENTRAL KENTUCKY NORTH EAST WEST Had tke Desired Effect II AND SOUTHWEST Carholitom Otms Co lli Hot FAST LINE BETWEEN LEXING- Â¬ I highly rooorameod raster Koealgs Nerra TON AND CINCINNATI Teate to anybody tkat baa suffered from bead aeaa at my son did for S rears beeaas two bot SciiKDULK in Effect May 10 1801 M MoTIGUK ties of tb mediates cured kiia Wabbinqtom D C Marob 6 1981 No 1 No 5 For 8 years I bad feelings tfeat I cau hardly South Bound Dnlly Daily describe I would feel at times that I wm sura Express Fst Le ly dying or bare presentiments that somatblBg dreadful was about to happen slnee taking Cincinnati L 8 10am 8 00 pm Fas tor Koenlgs Nerve Tonlo I bare felt like Covington 8 18 am 8 08 nil different person It la a wonderful medicine Ar 11 18 am 10 23pra Paris M118 AQNE8 WIKA Ho 3 Accotn Ky March 9 1691 I hare taken Pastor Koenlga Tonlo for epi Â¬ lepsy of 8 years standing and It worked like a esarm on me after several doctors did me no good Your medloine Is perfection L O VAN CLEAVE LoRKTTO A Valuable BeeJc m Morresa If Ulrf sv iMsetues seat free to aor address sad peer psUestt eta alto obUla 1 HImbW tfcto taodleino froo eg ohorgo This reasedykss beeajBrepsred by tke SeTsresd Pastor Koeaur of Fort Warns lad- - siaee UP sad Is bow trefsce4 under his direction ky tke PftlT nf f Lexington Paris Winchester Richmond Livingston Corbin Corbin 12 lOnn ii Lc 11 Ar 5 am 12 1 lOnn 3Tpm 3 05 pm 4 GOpm 7 35 pm 7 50 pm 4 60 pm Ex tiuu o uupm 3 06pm 6 10 pm uupm 7 00 pm 6 15 pm 7 05 pm 7 55 pm Dally Middlesborough Cumberland Gu Le KOIN9Q MID CO Chloag Bottle 8eU11rMlala at Bottles far 8 lArettaes17S III ffsM Williamsburg 5 45 pro Jellico Ar 6 20 pm Richmond Le 1 60 pm Lancaster 4 45 pm Stanford Ar 520pm Noirni Bound Le Stanford Lancaster Richmond Ar Le Jellico Williamsburg HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY -- 1001 1802 Express a No 2 Duilv No 4 Dally 7 00 am 7 50 am 10 15 am No 6 Daily Ex Sun HtortMl and Preparatory School SECOND TEItM BEGINS Corbin Corbin Livingston Livingston Ar S MS rrt a Cumbd GapLc Middlesbe rough Ar Lc o ca a 3 -- S o v 8 15am 8 50 am 9 35 am 6 33 am 6 58 am 0 25am 11 MONDAY NOVEMBER 16 1891 ii o o 1105 am Toledo Ohio is tho only conntitutionul curo on tho market It is taken internally iu doses from 10 drops to u tcaspoonful It acts directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho sytitem They ofier one hundred dollars fails to cure Sond for thiovos dont havo to steal melons hero for any case it circulars and testimonials Address Almost all kinds of vegetables do well F J CHENEY CO hero Work stock is high A good yoko Toledo O Sold by druggists 75 cents of work oxen is worth 100 work horses aro worth from 76 to 125 each milch cows about 20 per head yearling steers 5 to 6 per head I am informed by the oitUens hero that they do not feed dry cattlo anything through tho winter We have a test case as to which has jurisdiction of Greer county tho United States or Texas A man by thq name of Morris committed murder in this county and Is condemned to be hanged Ho has ap Â¬ on the 80th day of October Muprcrao court of tho pealed to tho United States and sets up In his brief that Texas had no jurisdiction of tho case When the court passes upon Mor Â¬ ris case it will probably be a starting place to determine which has jurisdiction of the county Myself and son aro stay Wo aro building ing at Fayette James us an old fashioned Toxas house a two story building one story in tho ground and the other just above Elijah Cham hers had bad luck while helping to dig a well He run a black pine splinter be Â¬ tween his fingers which inflicted a bad wound and will probably prevent him from doing any work for quite a whilo All the boys that camo out hero with me are pleased with the country We are haying a good season and sowing wheat k the order of the day Yours truly David Htmo 1 S- - Please forward my papor to El Â¬ dorado Oklahoma as myself or somo of my family will be nut here all tho time until INiova here I cant do without Tmx IIjhuld I will be at home about the 1st of December I am putting in Â¬ CoiuuraptluR Cured An old physician retired from prac- Â¬ tice having had placed in his hands by an East India missionary tho formula of a simple vegetable remedy for the speedy and permanent cure of Consumption Bronchitis Catarrh Asthma and all Throat and Lung Affections also a posi tive and radical curo for Nervous Debil- Â¬ ity and all Nervous Complaints after having tested its wonderful curative pow Â¬ ers in thousands of canes has felt it his duty to make it known to his suffering fellows Actuated by this motive and a desiro to relievo human suffering I will sond freo of charge to all who desiro it this recipe in German French or EngÂ¬ lish with full directions for preparing and using Sent by mail by addressing VV A with stamp naming this papor Noyes 820 Powers Block Rochester N Y 4yl In Into bimI Under The vexed question of the proper modo of baptism was thus disposed of lately Uncle Crcsar o col- Â¬ down South by Now bredren said ho ored preacher I hear great fuss ubout deso words in an into an folka want us to beliob dat dey mean undor an dat weu do Scripture speaks ob an indiwiduul going down Into do water do Bible means to say dat ho wont under do water Sposo somo day I go ober to see bruddor Sol mon and brudder Solmon wery perlite ly say Undo Cnisar como into do house do anybody sposo dat dls hoalt nigger would go under do house Here is whore tho argument tightens iJtQXSQSr I0LLE6IATE JACKSON INSTITUTE KENTUCKY Â¬ Of Central Univernity Situation beautiful and healthful large A attain Mrs for Chronic Sow Eyaa Tetter Salt Rheum Scald Head Old Chronlo Boras Fever Sores Ecaema Itch Prairie Scratch Sore Nipples and Piles It la oooline and soothlog Hundreds of oasaa have been cured bj It after all other treatment had fallad It Is put up In 99 and 60 oaat boxaa For salo by Koee Swango Â¬ Chamberlains Ey and Skin Ointment Higher English Natural and eutal Sciences Latin Ureek German Algebra Geometry Surveying Ac Full Nor mal Course arranged especially for the thorough training ot teachers llusiness Course giving practical itiHtruction in busi ness forms and calculations commercial law penmanship type writing Ac Musical department organ and piano Both sexes admitted morals of students carefully guard ed courses of study complete and thorough Session of 189L 2 opens Tuesday Sept 1st fcirFor circular giving full information Tlio M O MARION Seoy address Jackson Ky h H Blanton D D Chancellor Â¬ two Htory brick building a faculty of com petent aud experienced tenchura Primary nnd intermediate departments all common brunches Accadcmia and collegiate de- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ his county We would advise all to enter at the be ginning of a term but you can enter at any time aud classes will be arranged You cannot find a better school in the mountains of Kentucky Our rates are low our methods of teaching Normal we keep abreast with tho tide of education Our pupils are our best advertisement We refer you to them Harel Green is the prettiest town in East ern Kentucky free from many of Ills ot railway towns and those of more popula tion no saloons or harbors of temptation The people welcome strangers nnd influences for good nre thrown around them All boarders will be under the supervision of the teachers Send for catalogues etc Â¬ Â¬ Lc 6 05 am 12 4ftnm Richmond TEACHERS COUItSE embraces all the Winchester Ari 6 55 am i 4upm branches required in the Common Schools Paris 7 45 am z oo pin Theory nnd Practice a specialty Daily Lexington Lc 7 00 urn 2 00pm 3 45 pm drills for Teachers 7 53 am z 40 pm 4 25 pm Paris HUSINESS COUItSE embraces the Tea Covington Ar 10 40 am 5 40 pm 6 37 pm chers Course Book Keeping Business ri vimiiij humj xi r 10 55 am 5 50 pm 0 45 pKi Forma and Transactions and Commercial W L Munson Trav Pass Agt Laws ENGLISH COUItSE prepares for Ken Cincinnati Ohio tucky University and Colleges of that class S It Knott C P ATMdteE MODERN LANGUAGES ANCIENT Traffic Manager Gen Pass Agt General Offices Louisville Ky S F B MoitSK Asst Gen Pass Agt Our rates are less than any school in Eastern Office Chamber of Commerce Building Kentucky Rates of Tuition per Month Cincinnati Ohio No 2 Daily to all points except Rowland Division which is daily except Sunday No 1 Runs daily from Lexington to CinfPaynblc one half on entering School cinnati the other at middle of term No 2 Buns daily q No 5 Runs daily from nil stations ex BOARDING TThere will be no more trouble about cept the Bowlnnd Division which is daily too high board the cost of board and lodg except Sunday No 3 Daily except Sunday ing will be only 200 lKIt wekk kvkby No 4 Dully between Cincinnati and Lex We can accommodate tiuno furnihiiko sixty boarders in our new building new ington Nos 2 and 6 make connections at Win furniture and good fare The teachers live M V E D in the Dormitory and have the immediute Chester for points on the N N No 2 Carries through cars from Cincin churgo of the boarders D G Combs is the nuti to Middlesborough and Cumberland caterer no better can be found Gap and all intermediate stations and runs daily FREE SCHOLARSHIPS honAny scholars tukii g first and second IN EFFECT MAY 18th 1891 ors on the completion of their courses in the Academy shall be entitled to a free scholarTHE ship euch in Kentucky University A free scholarship In the Academy will be nwarded to one pupil from each nf the following OLD KENTUCKY ROUTE mountain counties vis Breathitt Clay Elliott Flod Harlan Johnson Knott Lee M Leslie Letcher Lawrence Martin Magotlln Newport News Mississippi Valley Co PowMenelee Morgan Owsley Perry Pike E D ell and Rowan provided such arrange ments have been mado for the competitive PHILADELPHIA examination by tho common school author- WASHINGTON BALTIMORE NEW YORK ities or with their consent as shall enable each student of common school grades to OLD POINT THE SEA SHORE compete for the scholarship and tho appli And all Eastern Cities cant therefor shall bear a certificate from the examiner that he has obtained the high Tho Direct Line to est murk attained upon the examination in LEXINGTON LOUISVILLE lfinm i i 800 150 and 200 i Â¬ Â¬ ii Â¬ Â¬ mwot4ot Sc Â¬ aBtm Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ST LOUIS KANSAS OITY CHATTANOOGA MEMPHIS And nil Points West and Northwest and South and Southwest EAST HOUND Fast Fast Ml Accom Express Daily Daily ex Sun Sun Le 6 15pm 7 00pm 7 30pm 9 03pm 10 30pm 10 43pm Ar 11 07pm 7 35 am 5 45pm 8 23am 7 10pm 8 52am 7 45pm 10 40am 10 00pm 12 15pm 12 28pm 12 50pm Â¬ Â¬ Lexington Winchester Mt Sterling Olive Hill Ashland Cnttlcttsburg Huntington WK8T MOUND WM H CORD May 8 1891 PRINCIPAL B S STRADER Successors to 74 E SON k Co J F- - QAPft Jcwekr ISZEIjt KY Huntington Cattlettsburg Ashland Olive Hill Mt Sterling Winchester Lexington Le 20pm 6 00 am 39pm 6 25 am l 5Upm 6 37 um 3 03pm 8 20am 4 00 nm 4 32pm 10 27 am 6 25 am 4 58pm 11 15 am 7 15 am Ar 5 30pm 12 05pm 8 05 nm 1 1 J A La II PasL Main Stkkkt LEXINGTON KY Wholesale Hosiers in and has Vestibuled Pullman Buffet Sleepers between Louisville Lexington Waihiugtnu New York and Old Point Comfort This train is made part of the celebrated Limited Vrhtiiiulkd Expiikss runs daily 8 In Holmes counAn exchange says ty Ohio hogs aro dying of combustion c Wfts BraNiifS is a disease aUlicts them which that A SPECIALTY burns them alive They apparently cat FINE OLD WHISKY CIGARS AND TOBACCO but their flesh litorally drops from them Agents for Old Pugh Old Pepper Old in pieces and if not buried soon after Turr and Old Taylor death nothing is found to bury as It seems the disease consumes them entire DAVIS 90 acres ef wheat No remedy has been found and suro AMOS WITH The following would indicate that death follows an attack BETTtMAN Clocks tkw hi still hope for the paralysed Manufacturers of If parents who have children subject Frank Cornelius Purcell Indian Ten to croup would take the advice of Rose induced Mr Piason whose wife says TJIt J F LOCKHAKT Swango they would never be without a paralysis la the face to try a bottle 96 W rarl street Cincinnati O To their battle of Chaniberlalun Cough Ikmedy of OtHunberlaUs Palp Balm IfffflH iwihH taforethe bottle had been la the hpwsa lS Will nat only cure sir Headquarters at West Liberty Ky tfc EZEL KY all m4 ah wm a great d WtWr Her roup but will prevent It If used as soon CLARENDON fat MM beau drawn to ow nM but as the And aymptonw appear whteh can Cor Llmeatone and Short U always be done if the Remedy l kept at tk Peia Bala UvLall pain mm w LKXIJfOTOX KY TEACHERS INSTITUTE PROCEEDINGS K4 t hand b n With a how trimming machine a wederH um Mi fct kkwii artad Its dwrl at T7J W H BOSWELL Proprietor stapler fast Job press hh abundance of type JA1 iaaeH Is iko aaMiaatiad la ifcMNM A irmnmn axd superior workmen we are better pre VWwr him been mldad h Auaex with 90 parod 1PWlwlMH wrlnt Institute Proceeding Umh Pl J9nV BSSjt SBSSIlSi lHrHIfir urn rt well Y4ftkll rwiw Skrt Can Hy Jo m Iron Bfttiw Kentucky Please give tPOMfttotuta to f br rabutttU tha yum tlf Hr wy v hUmuIw LotaUti w ynr orders HPJSNCKK COOPKR wltkht two iMiMirM of depot Kdtlor Herald 1 1 awl Grwa Ky wef BifeaadouNi Stralfiif Kentucky Whiskies East of Huntington on the C O route Fast Mail Thains run daily except Sun day between Lexington and Huntington Mnke direct connections at Huntington with At Ashland with 8 V Ry At Winchester with K C R R north and south bound nnd at Lexington with L N L S aiurc N O T P Railroads F F V CO BROS Jt Co Watches Jewelry dally except Sunday Connects at Winchester to and from K C points and at Lexington with L S B B for Louisville For full information iii regard to Bates Routes etc apply to any Agent of this or connecting lines or to H E Huntington C L Brown G P A V P and O M DATION LKXINOTON AND OLIVF HlLL ACCOMO- Â¬ h4 f CJIiOE H1N G W gt DENTIST ua Baunev LKXINOTON KY O A Lexington Ky W 8 Harrison Athlanu at D AY HOUSE Proprietress HA7fif Mrs THE i B8S fjKEFV KY LOU DAY This house has been recently refitted and refurnished and the table is at all times Mp H plied with the heat in the market Bate reasonable 8ampe room attached and spe Â¬ fi cial rates to rnmmerolul men Putronaxe I Sly respectfully solicited Etr fu mesm ittsiUi Porrvtan tlkl Tn are sold Rt this ofHet at 10 ewita a do- and the bm nedl iu towH at fie apl Tho juMly celebrated