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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 51 SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor Hazel Green Herald Of a Noisy World With Nows From All Nations LumlrlnB at His Bnok Sl00 A YEAR Alwuya In Ativan SEVENTH YEAH HAZEL GllEEX WOLFE COUNTY KYM FRIDAY OCTOBER 30 1801 NUMBER 32 WE DO THE ANNIHILATION -- STATE SUNSHINE AND SHADOW Mniulc Gough n littlo girl of Hen Â¬ derson was fatally burned by striking n mntcl upon her dross Bell county has seventy lawyers Thcro wero nearly 1200 eases on the docket of the last Circuit court Citizens of Dixon Webster county have warned all sellers of whisky to leave the town and most of them havo left Tho postmaster at Henderson has been notified that the free delivery sys tem will go into etlect thcro November 1 In the Richmond Circuit court Win Wilder was sent to the penitentiary for six years for tho murder of Daniel War mouth A fight took place nt Middlesborough between Gcoge Woodruff and William King in which tho latter was fatally stabbed David Evans while walking along tho road a short distance from his home near Farmers was shot from ambush and seriously if not fatally wounded The average cost of tho children in tho Masonic Homo nt Louisville is 11409 annually Tho institution has an endowment fund of 17026294 Edward Harrow a well known mar- Â¬ ried drummer of Louisville was publicly cowhided in Armory Miss by a woman who claimed that he had insulted her The Richmond Waterworks compa ny have stocked their reservoir with 6500 young fish principally bass of various kinds and in a few years great fishing is expected The law passed by tho last legisla- Â¬ ture requiring tho counties to pay 20 of tho 76 per annum allowed for each pau Â¬ per idiot is working a large saving to the Â¬ Â¬ i o JFJEmlCIjEJSi GREAT STOCK TAKING SALE OF -- OF o- - l It ts Ml I M TV J CLOTHING BUSINESS - IN CENTRAL KENTUCKY You can mako your faro and at least 20 como CLOTHING o I J M A i percent besides to buy your Clothing to Lexington and If pjjuotr u- jS SUITS AND OVERCOATS for Men and Boys from us Besides this wo offer you tho largest stock to select from that you can tee anywhere If you cant come writo and V T - cjLi a 3 J HIT OrCLOTHI flftKiitf 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 mado to order and cant come let us know and wo II send you samples and measuring blank with di Â¬ rections to take your measure and well astonish you how cheap wo can mako your clothes to order for you Wi mu wholesali and kktail 10U16 i IB 11 11 GUSS TpAUS READ OUR PRICES 15 PRICE CUT IN TWO READ OUR PRICES Our 750 Suit worth READ OUR PRICES ONE PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE M KAUFMAN CO LEXINGTON WM Suit worth 20 Our 15 Suit worth 30 Our 20 Suit worth 40 Our 1 Undershirt marked down to 50 Cents Our 1 Drawers marked down to 50 Cents Our 10 54 East Main Street KELLY President KY HHIGHT Secretary and Treasurer Our 2 Undershirt marked down to 1 Our 2 Drawers marked down to WHENEVER YOU VISIT LEXINGTONCALL ON THE - 1 BOYS DEPARTMENT Lexington Foundry Go Office 99 EAST MAIN STREET i All goods marked in Plain Figures We will cut them in Half which means 50 cents on the Dollar Â¬ Â¬ Shop K U RAILROAD near 7th St Thoy arc operating THE LARGEST FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP IN THE STATE cart of Louisville Good Summer Coats at 20 Cents Mens Seersucker Coats 50 Cents Worth 100 mJgThis HWp to select from is an opportunity once in a lifetime Re member you liavo the best assortment in Kentucky State treasury Logan Murphy was taken to Ml Sterling jail last week by J W Brown sherifi of Magoffin county for wife keep- Â¬ ing until January 8 1892 tho day set for his execution Miss Fannio Robinson of Pleasure villo Henry county has sued Luther C Staple ton of Shelby county for 10000 damages for breach of promise She is 25 years of age and ho is 69 JStDONE at tiik lowest Office 99 All kinds of BOILER AND ENGINE MViNO 1iucKH REPAIRING SKILLFULLY J M KELLY President tarFoundry EAST MAIN STREET on K U RAILROAD Y TTtr Jj6XlXjgLOIl XJLy Tho undersigned takes pleasure in aunounclriR that they have jilrt completed ar Â¬ rangements with tho American Hook Company that will enable him to ncll the school books luloptea oy the state itonrtl ot Jvducatlnn nt the following reduced rates McGufleys Small Primer VA Hays Now Flrnt Arithmetic 15 UXt Revised Primer Neconu Arithmetic 17 Eclectic Speller fit Third Arithmetic CHEAPER SGH001 BOOKS First Header Second Render Third Header Fourth Header Firth Header 17 HO IS J rr The grand jury of Mason county has t2 kuvtoftimo 50 McGufleys 1st Eclectic fleotrraphy Â¬ found five indictments against tho Mays1 2d Eclectic Oeography 75 ville Fair association and four against 1 SO Sd Eclectic Geournnhv 85 Sixth The above school book publications of t ic American Hook Company tire well known Germnntown Fair association ono for the on liund Tor sale to school oflicerx standards and wc shall at nil times have a full each day of the respective fairs for allow- Â¬ teachers or iiuiiNh at the prices named Other supply books published by the American school Hook Company l7 Walnut Street Cincinnati supplied at correspondingly low prices ing gambling on the grounds CO Hazel Green Ky J T DAY A young man named Fitch commit- Â¬ ted suicide by shooting himself nt his homo in Lewis county Tho Bad affair so preyed upon the mind of his mother Mrs Wm Fitch that she becamo insano a good lamp and has been taken to an asylum must be simple when it is not simple it is MiiYfiW 1 MinOT Simple BeautifuL Good--thesnot good Near Scbree Christian county n ords mean much but to see The Rochester raided by white caps will impress the truth more forcibly YEARS gambling houso wasand threo men taken All metal REMEDIES FOR HAS LED ALL WORM and three women tmtrrVl nml COIimlncc nrwt mnila in lira rij lj ii mill minx iii UIIIV JIUII fi nnlu U1IIJT out and beaten severely after which it is absolutely jrrand unbreakable Like Aladdins SOU EVERYWHERE GUARANTEED EVERY BOTTLE Notices wero they wero told to travel of old it is indeed a wonderful lamp for its mar- Â¬ then posted warning others to leavo or MO velous light is purer and brighter than cas licht RICHARPSON TAYIOR MED CO STUUIS PREPARED W share tho sumo fate softer than electric light and more cheerful than either Look for tliN stnmp Tiik Kociiphtkk lftliclamplenlcrnnnnt thcfccnulHe The Court of Appeals recently de Â¬ UrVtlftfr fltlll 1l ululf DMi tiritit amiil in im f- - mif kmiu MIuuImiuI ifllnlnHit knmt we will send ou n lamp snfcly by eximssyour choice of over UtOOv cided the caso of tho Commonwealth vs I vurtetlcs from the miwI Um Stmt in Vie ItotM R T Scowden charged with false swear- Â¬ ltOCHUNTim IiAITII CO 42 Park Place New York Ctly ing and affirmed tho decision of tho lower court Scowden was indicted for DEALER IN having sworn fnlsoly while tehtifying bo Implements foro tho grand jury in tho celebrated Hardware Queensware Louisvillo granite cases Tho indictment Vulcan Chilled Plows best mmlo EVAN8 TlUILK Harrowb Hinders and was thrown out on a decision of Judge Wiiitklkys Solid Steel H F Aveuy A Soxs Stkkl Plows who held that Hall Mitchkll Cob Stkkl Hill C Mowers TioKit and Granoeroulky Jackson of Louisville grand jury room tho proceedings of n lumiua side Plows Hay Rakkb Impkovkd Malta Dounix Shovel wero secret and that a grand juror could Cooks Patent Evaporators Plows not testify ngainst h witness who swore SHhI Oliver Chill mid South Bend Plow Havens Pioneer Cane Mills AND DKAIKK IN falsely in tho grand jury room From Fish linos Celehrated G Waoons 11 epa 1 118 Â¬ S Standard Stoddakdh New Climax and Tigeii Jones U price G0 with u Ton WaoonÂ¬ this decision tho Commonwealth appealwritten guar- ed Tho present decision affirms Judge Scales Diro Harrows 5 ycaro antee for Evans 2 iicrse Corn Planters Jackson and liberates Scowden from And Trlmminfs of All Kinds in Eastern Kentucky prosecution It was read by Justice Tho lanrcat stock of Cook and Heating Stoves of any house Holt Y I am prenarcd to furnish on short notice and at low prices COFFINS OF AJJ and Builders Hardware a Specialty Cutlery following would inilicnto that KINDS AND SIZES from the cheapc at to the very fluent I can furnish coffins cheaper Tho than you can buy the trimmings Price of Collins from 5 up I have a fine hearse aad thoro is still hopo for the paralyzed will deliver coilins cheap side S Maysville Street MT STERLING KY Frank Cornelius Pureed Indian Tor I induced Mr Pinson whose wife says r had paralysis in tho faco to try a bottle POMHnYYNrnlf HrraiiKCincntii uro neh that I can furnish TuMhstaHe 1T1 ji Monuments from any kind of Marble or Granite Had at the To their of Chamberlains Pain Balm J W CKAVKN very lowest prices Very respectfully dec LEXINGTON KY 12 Short great surprise beforo tho bottle had been Almost all used she was a great deal hotter Her A Model faco had been drawn to ono side but SEATING CAPACITY IBO Saddle Rocks New York Counts and the Pain Balm relieved all pain and soro Fresh Oysters at all seasons Blue Points Mobile Counts neas and tho mouth assumed It natural CENTS MEALS REGULAR Is also unequalled for rheuma- Â¬ shape on ami Meals to order at all hours Delicacies of the season alayj in iim keinhv tWMTHAIrf TTKWIHTrlH imrnm imtrvithw AT THE MTWII ITRATTM HftMEM MLlltt HMMANJI tism lamo back sprains swellings and tWlMlttf TElWiAWY ITIy IT 50 cent bottle for sale by lameness TMmi 9m Kffinm thktivi LiwivmnY lATAiiiif ritt Swango Horn NEATLY CHEAPLY and PROMPTLY XI If your hair Is Inclined to fall out and THD I I E0UTEDATTHW OFFICE Htodouror4r become thin uee Hall Hair Louis Gus Straus Key to same IIIkTi Arithmetic 50 85 75 55 10 Leading Clothiers of Lexington Ky Seeing is Believing And e WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE 20 v wp m mktchbijl Tinware1Agrlcultural Â¬ -- 1 t44 gg The Rochester J1Z1THAZEL GKEEN KY OKLlEJlXr WvHHBi UNDERTAKER COFFINS CASKETS Shears East The HotfUflb VOMtma West FUBNITURE OP ALL KINDS REPAIRED iy Restaurant in Street Every Feature 25 ladmedd1Dsfifamfim DDIMTIrMn Rwer UUD rKini hlb k Vi xt 11 km XHIW iiwv 4 Hazel Green Herald rmfout ooorjcK rMJr MAZILOM BOBBYS Th Cmuid A BIT OF BIOGRAPHY Th Russell II lord It but hardly with graM For bos not u bit lordly In flguro or faco Tho collector ho laughs at doc young Itussell II l I t KY NICKEL Mittln In And ho ploys with tho chief of tho treasury Now who l he what In ho tell tnc I pray Who fills so much ipitco in tho papers to day He edits an orKnn nomowherc out went That does not always show hU paflon nt his best And his pu holds the ecat in which WashingAnd thinks all the puffing of tho South American market as tho true outlet for all our surplus grain Mr Hlalr still regards reciprocity as tho special prop- Â¬ erty of the manufacturer nnd snys so with a recklcssncBS that must bo ap pallng to his republican allien In a recent published letter he states Â¬ PERSONAL AND LITERARY John 1lskc tho historian Rays Lowell was u matchless Dante scholar and no experience was so valuable and no Instruction in nny college corner was pursued with so much plensure as in Ills advanced class In Italian Anthony Schubert third oillcerof tho llrltlsh tramp steamship Strathdon is one of the heirs of Schubert the rich Philadelphia piano maker He expects to get 000 000 outof the estate and settle down to an easy shore life Lord Tennysons fondness for se Â¬ clusion grows upon him with his years It is quite impossible for visitors to see him and he has a dread of having strangers approach him He is becom Â¬ ing moody and silent and never walks out unattended Houlanger sialics about the streets of Hrussels remote unfriended mel ancholy slow There Is not much about the former brav general to ex city admiration nowadays Ills figuro has proved to be too small for the trap pings of greatness Gen Hutlers wife of whom he writes so tenderly in Ills memoirs was an exquisite elocutionist surpassed In the opinion of many by Fumy Ivemble alone She knew several rf tho Shakes Â¬ peare plays by heart and believed that they were the work of Huron M Dumas has written a preface to an anonymous book in praise of ano nymity Ho holds that thought should be crysttilized into the forms used by Pascal and Do la Rochefoucauld and then cast upon the world without the authors name attached so that it may bo taken or roieeted on its own merits Prince Victor is twenty nine yc ars old He has the stature of his father Prince Napoleon and lie is superbly handsome His head is imposing Uo man strength and Krench intellect are expressed in his countenance The eon tours are full and ample toward the skull but softened down in the lower part of the face He is unmistakably the great nephew of the great Napo Â¬ Â¬ JOMB3 HOtJIX OAMPTON rr 8 B COMB3 PaomiKTOK patronage of the traveling aabllt W Th respectfully lolloitod Table the beii eat etery attention for the comfort ef gueeta M solicitude Itwnsiiniclcol Hiiro enough Tho cool 771 u of a hoda fountain roared in JlobbyH caiN lie imagined ha saw the hritfht Hpouts with their fascinating labels the big- nozzle with the drip Hpongc under it He could al- Â¬ ready Hindi Hits sweet fragraneo Yes ho of strawberry flavoring wan already decided he would have vanllln strawberry and Ho pictured nectar and cream himself already Htandlnj before the red krrmlto counter Irryinp down that real truly nickel like an Indian prince and ordering a huge glass of golden amber rosy foam tempting cooling refresh- Â¬ ing tingling delicious And with the very thought he hugged himself with his skinny little arms in his dirty little shirt and magnificently hitched up his cno suspender lust as ho strode manfully In at the biff door of that soda water clysium tho pitiful wail of an ancient orgauette fell upon his ear He paused a moment in his triumphal progress to listen ami to see A crippled old hag blind as a bat and dressed in filthy rags crouched over tho cracked machine she tortured Into expostulatlve music Her tin cup was rusty bent handle it had none and it was empty Her hands were liko birds claws thin sallow and Her constant hacking blue veined cough racked her from head to foot iih she crept closer to tho post and ground out tho Intermittent chords Hobby paused lo listen and to see jllclooked curiously at the crouching bcgTir ruggeder and dirtier than him- Â¬ self peeped into the empty cup interÂ¬ estedly and turning hurried on again to the fountain licking his lips As ho reached up to the counter to lay down his money he casually looked back at tho forlorn specimen on tho corner Tho blind old woman had ceased her grinding and was feeling dumbly into the tin cup It was still empty She set It down reached a trembling hand toward the handle of the organette then let it drop aimlessly at her side pulled her tattered shawl closer about her and bentwlth feebly moving lips over tho outfit Hobby stood gazing out nt her with his grimy paws in his pockets one of thorn clutched very tightly in It tho nickel Then ho took one passionate look along1 tho row of flavor taps up to the hissing globe on top into the eyes of tho cleric down at the clear glass in the silver holder waiting for his order A moment later the clerk relleetlvely set a still empty glass back on the shelf One nickel tinkled about In the grinders battered tin cup on top of the cracked orgauette A pair of bare and dirty little legs carried Hobby up the street again whistling loudly a jolly tune As ho ncarcd the place of the mornings lucky find however his paco grow slower the glad whistle failed Hobby stopped looked along tho gut- Â¬ ter dimly hoping dimly wishing Then ho crept Into an empty crock cry crate cuddled down In the broken straw and sobbed very softly to him- Â¬ self Cincinnati Commercial tJaette 1 Â¬ of Charity Little JJobby wnn lit jfroat fortune Coming down Kuco street lie hud found h nickel In the crack of tho pnvoment Ho flmt rubbed It carefully on his trouserH leg Than lie spat on lilscont Hleovo and wnKhcil tlio dirty coin with OriHt Hnrrlflcn Tlint II tlia Â¬ hat For you sec his granddad vni a president too Host hnown as the Hero of Tlppncunoa Ah I ton sat that his head fills hl grundfuthers Hut whut are his qualifications None Hon Harrisons only Hon And who Is Hun Harrison Oh Why he Hes tho grandfather of Ilahy MiKec lies only -- Puck The republican party is in favor of the uoo of both gold and stiver as money anl rondiH tht policy of th ihmocmhc adminntrjtlOH In U fjorli lo tl monttl nicer THE FREEC0TNAGEPAR1 Y An Annoying Iliink In tho Imt Kepuli llcitn Niitlniuil Iliitform The Republican organs are constant Â¬ ly kept busy on the defensive trying to evade the recorded fact that when It suited its purpose the republican party was the silver party holding up to de Â¬ nunciation the democracy as the enemy of silver coinage Hut evidence which can neither be erased nor explained away is embodied in the explicit plank In its lust national platform which declares lly tho allowance of drawback upon foreign material subject to duty and sold in foreign markets our labor and capital are placed upon an equality in competition with ull foreign production In all foreign markets so tar as is possible without reducing tho wuges of labor and legitimate returns upon capital In this country and thus the principal objection to the protective system to wit that by tho duty upon raw tnaterlnl it prevents competition of American manufacturers In foreign markets is removed while nil tho ndvantnes of protec tion to our home market ure retained Special industries hnd already been favored but this Portion which when proposed It in 16X1 was pronounced revolutionary abolishes that favoritism in a general privilege und an enlarged public policy which brings the American mauurncturer to tho foreign market upon the most favorable conditions which con free trade in foreign materials will permit 1 F IlED M apl8ly KELLAM WITH S TIMMONDS Wholesale Grocers PORTSMOUTH 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ General line of merchandise No peddmno Above salary will bb paid to live agents for fu t 0 - SALARY J5 PER WEEK Wantid Good Aoknts to bell oum 4 ther information address CHICAGO GENERAL 8UPPLY 178 W Van Buren St Chicago WITH III CO in congress as the party to demonetize silver Silver Is demonetized in prac- Â¬ tice when It is not received at the mints to be coined for and in behalf of any citizen presenting it for that pur- Â¬ pose Now the party which demone tized silver has legislated for virtual free coinage and is found denouncing the democracy as advocating what It formerly denounced them for opposing No better example of this ridiculous inconsistency is to be found than in tho attitude of McKlnley only a few months ago aud at present us seen In tho two following extracts from his Â¬ it was the republican party that po In spite of this declaration however od published speeches MAJ IKIIO M During KINIKY AT TO MAJ Kla It I Kill NIIKH MKIXTKV yours at Cleveland the head of thu govern merit he was dishonor lead Ing one of our precious lug statesmen of both liiotalc one of our own parties The position grout products discred- of leading republicans iting hll er ami riihunc upon this question Is lug tho price of gold so well known that I He endeavored even be need not pause to quote fore hit Inauguration from them Let me call to ofllco to stop the your attention to what colnugo of silver dol- the leaders of the dem lars und afterward erratic party who nre and to tho end of his chief In its counsels per say No one has spoken administration BUtontly used his pow with greater ability on er to that end He was tho demecrntle side determined to contract than tho ex president the circulating medium of tho United Stutes and dcmonetle one ofHou Urover Cleveland the coins of commerce Jilts letter written but limit tin volume of a lew mourns ago money among tho into taken In connection pletnnkoinoueyscarco with his former utteraud therefore dear He ances upon this sub would have Increased ject shows that notli tho value of money nnd Ing could be more disdiminished tho value astrous In his Jllllg of everything else ment to the business money the in tutor Interests or tho coun everything els a the try and to tho best wel servant turn of ull the people than the free and unlimited coinage or silÂ¬ ull or his o AVt Kl The ilangor of unlimited eolnugu been pointed out and over again by AT 1801 free has over Â¬ Â¬ ver Aiiiitrlcitii Itixritronl On tho lower Hlo Jrando tho tramp nuisance has assumed a form still un Â¬ known to the upper latitudes of our na- Â¬ tional territory Visitors to JIalumoras and Hrownsvlllo como ncross bivouacs which at first glance might be mistaken for laborer camps but which on closer inspection turn out to be ghettos of the genuine Neapolitan variety mud brick and rag tout encampments of beggars Jcpors and loafers Stark naked chil- Â¬ dren and famished dogsmangy to tho dtgrco of permanent lmlrlessness can be seen competing for scraps of animal rofuKo or crawling outof primitive dug outs in the next neighborhood of quasi civilized suburbs Ktreet begglng too Is beginning to defy control on tho plea of one indisputable oxeuso the three years drought which has ruined wholo settlements in the upland districts on both sides of tho river Tho Voice A Volilo llrurt Tho baby had lost his dollar piece v 23verybody was hunting for It but Willie llo sat on the stairs and did not move for a long time Presently he walked into the nursery aud saUl You neednt look any longer I think an Indian has got it by this time Every Â¬ body stared at Willie You see the missionary in Sunday school made mo fed very sorry for the poor little Indian papoose and I thought Id help him to buy a spress wagon or something so I sent him the babys dollar uald mamma Hut Willie why lltl nqt you send your own money V 40hflm saving mltitt to buy it drum rIUt K Y Roeordar V nt T Umi hraft hkmerso it several ilim Ik wwr milk or whey This will Mjigfrtii t it wttMt Rtovtrlnff It may with h woolen cloth mm rttU uipMi Fr Prmp Â¬ Mr Cleveland is thus complimented in August for the position ho was de nounced for In February before tho Ohio demagogue had fallen upon the point he Is now trying lo turn to the advantage of his party There is every evidence that the re publican leaders are trying to straddle tho currency Issue as best they can pending a more certain knowledge of how tho popular wind Is blowing Tho late equivocal republican silver plank in Pennsylvania is a striking case in point ami all of Mr Harrisons recent speeches when examined carefully are found to be attempts at hedging aud dodging until the condition of tho pop ular pulse has been more clearly ascer tained All this plainly shows that the party now in power so far as Its leaders are concerned are on the fence ready to skulk over to any position that prom Â¬ ises partisan success -- Hoston Slobc Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mr blaTronreciprocity t mrii M-l--K- are posing before tho country as tho sole authors of the great reciprocity project another claimant appears and claims to be even solcr than either of these great men Mr Henry W Hlalr who was commonly supposed to have exhausted his entire brain force on his education bill now points dramatical- Â¬ ly to the Congressional llecord page and asks tho JWSil February 20 18i public to teatl the reciprocity amend Â¬ ment which ho ollered to tho tariff bill of that year It may bo that Mr Hlalr was the original champion of reciproci Â¬ ty but where his effort uus fatally defective was in its not being offered as a measure for the relief of tho farm Â¬ er That is tho central feature of tho presout reciprocity boom -- the theory on which It Is expected to counteract free trade bontlment lite pretense by which the western stutcR are to bo duped Into continued tribute to the millionaire mauufauturera of tho cast It is not very strange that Mr Hlnlr did not regard his amendment at the tlm as a distinctly agrarian measure but it Is remarkable that aftr Mr UUInV lqcld explanations ami after Tim Jrlglnil Clitimplnii Taking the Wind Out of lUiiliif SulU While Mr Hlaine and Mr Harrison This is all that Mr Hlalr can see reciprocity an extension of the privilege by which tho manufacturer has hitherto received free raw materi- Â¬ als for the purpose of competition in foreign markets and Mr Hlalr Is right There Is nothing more in it The manufacturer will now get free raw materials for his goods whether sold at home or abroad He will nave a specially favored market in the countries that enter Into this arrange ment with our government Ho will still have all the advantages of fiat prices in this country Hut what helps the fanner in the competition in foreign markets He pays more than ever for his clothing his tools and his supplies of all kinds Is it any benefit to him that our agricultural imple Â¬ ments arc sold to foreign agriculturists for less than they can be bought by Is it any benefit to him that the him farmers of other countries should get the benefit of the competition of the world in all manufactured articles they use while he Is sacrificed to the greed of American manufacturers live the farmer free trade in the raw materials he needs and he will need no protective legislation Put him on an equality with his rivals in foreign countries and he can take care of himself Indianapolis Sentinel POINTED STATEMENTS Even the billion dollar congress could not remember all its opportuni ties It omitted to make an appropria Â¬ tion for a steam yacht for the use of the president and his relatives N V World Alabama the only southern state accused of a high tariff sentiment of ati3 consequence will according to all well posted authorities send a solid Cleveland delegation to tho next con- Â¬ vention IJIoomington Hulletiu The republicans have been ex pecting to get some comfort out of the coinage plank of the New York demo Â¬ cratic platform Let them rsul it care fully aud take all they can get out of it They are welcome to it St Louis Republic Shoddy appears to be the chief industry fostered by Melvinleyism in this country according to Mr David A Wells convincing figures To boom shoddy at tho expense of wool how- Â¬ ever Is not precisely in the lino of healthful progress Hoston Hobe President Harrison has an un usual number of fat federal places at his disposal but he Is unusually em Â¬ barrassed In disposing of them There will be so many republican candidates for governor defeated this fall that he has to hold open some places of refuge for them It wouldnt do to leave all of them where they will fall outside breastworks Chicago Times The request of McKinloys man Â¬ agers for a subscription to their cam paign barrell of two thousand dollars from the republican state committee of Indiana lias been declined Hut in or der to supply the shortage the major has only to make another call for fat on the protected manufacturers who always come down very liberally when the tariff Is In danger Chicago Herald Persons who wonder how It is Unit Mr Itautn of the refrigerator pension department is able to stay away from Washington so much and to devote so much of his time to his refrigerator business need to bo remind ed that he has got his pension machine in such fine running order that the out Â¬ put is the same whether he Is at home or elsewhere This being the case It would be unreasonable to insist that the commissioner should stay in Wash Â¬ ington all the time N Y Times The democratic candidate for au Â¬ ditor general in Pennsylvania has em Â¬ bodied the platform of his party in a nutshell as It were Your platform ho says in his letter accepting tho nomination is a very simple one It emphasizes the old truths of the ten commandments The injunction Thou shalt not steal is its cardinal plank On that plank the impending buttle must be fought There ought to bo no doubt as to tho victory in such a stru- Â¬ ggleDetroit Free Press Mr MoKinloy tells the fttrmorn of Ohio that they are gottlug ready to make tin In three places in that state that near I ronton Is an establishment that is going to turn out two hundred and forty boxes a day and that ere long thirty thousand men will bo em Â¬ ployed In tho United States making tin plate Everything is still In tho sweet by and hi Lust year Mr MoKinloy was sure that tho United States would be making their own sup-Â¬ ply by this time and yet the only tin made to date has been for campaign purpoea N Y World in Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ENRY MATLOCK MCMILLAN HAZEN GO 3 1 WHOLESALE BOOTS AND SHOES KNOXVILLE TENN Ml DAY jpTha CO above goods nre handled by Htuel Green Ky J T MARKS BROS MARKS AND leon The ages of some noted women are given by an exchange as follows Har Â¬ riet Peeeher Stowo is 80 Julia Ward Howe Helva Lookwood 51 Susan J Anthony Tl Marion Harland Ml Mary Mapes Dodge Vi Kate Field fi Fan ii v Davenport 10 Ada Itchan JSl Kiniim Thursby ill Ella Wheeler Wil Li Mian Kussell 31 Clara Mor- Â¬ cox ris and Mary Anderson 3J Two American poets Mauricu Thompson and lames Whitcomb Riley both charming writers have recently published poems containing two lines precisely the same as follows 5 Qhmm Nos 131 138 mmm RACE STREET CINCINNATI 0 THE KRUSE 3 BAHLMAH HARDWARE --MOHPAHY 11 3 15 and 17 West Pearl Street He pursed his lips and puffed his eheuks Ami blow und bleu and blew CINCINNATI O One ot them applied the lines to the ancient goil Pan and tho other to the feluTIie wholesale trado of south wind Maurice Thompson de tucky i respectfully solicited Eastern Kenclares the lines were strictly original with him and lames Whitcotub Riley TIlE swears they are his own This belated anecdote about Imer son was lately told by Dr Holmes A certain parugrnphcr on a Hoston paper was explaining at great length to tho courteous sago of Concord how he wrote COMPANY and polished his jokes and epigrams I turn out about You see he said two dozen a da in the rough and then 1 polish them slowly f used to read Wholesale Dry Goods Notions them to 1113 wife but -- butshe is How horrible dead cried Liner 101 101 and 105 W Fourth Street son in genuine sympathy Â¬ Â¬ GEO W MAIPIN humorousT Mr Kas- y- Isnt Mr Slowpav a I can easily Utile deaf Mr liardup believe It as Ive been calling for more than a year for some money he nwes Harpers Itaar inc Hnteher--Ho- w would a saddle of mutton suit you maam Miss Hatch Very well but let it bo a side em saddle because it is for my sister anil Hliighamton Republican myself Please charge il said the impe Â¬ cunious customer us lie drank his glass of seltzer at the soda fountain Its charged now said the driurgist Fif Â¬ teen cents please Detroit Free Press Small Hrother Pa says he wishes youd make haste and propose to sis Young Man Then he is willing to let her marry me Small Hrother Taint that Ho says you wont come so often after you have been kicked South Side CINCINNATI O J VI GROSSMAN SCHLEUTKER CO Saddlery and Harness Nos 74 and 70 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tka Was a days and forty nights of abstlncnco Ho tains march through white of an egg makes ono of the tho centuries I hurls nil Pandemonium down tho rocks find myself In a strongest cements known crowd In front of suggestive of how Ho can hurl into Herods palace In Jerusalem Blnrch In Which Trim Clirfollnn rrntully A contemporary gives a pretty helplessness all our temptations ihoveable platform placed up and on n riirtlcliatoil Sermon by Iter Dr n n tcs motto for a bed ennopy tho embroidery And now wo climb right after Related pavement I 1 T Do Witt Tulmago Pontius Pilate sits of which should bo popples with IhU iiira up the rough sides of tho And as onco a year a condemned crim- Â¬ verso outlined Dr Talmngos dlscourso on Sunday Mount of Rentltudes 1 brliiK mild tho poppy yawning was onThc March of Christ through tho highest pulpit of rocks and on tho inal Is pardoned Pilate lots tho peoplo the Valley of choose whether It shall bo an assassin Thu Rift iiihii Ioiik to posuw and his text Revelation Hatln before Him Centuries Thut Im ruokH tho world In nuoklHg the lake of Galilee 1 tiring hint xlx 12 On his head were many to the right of Mini tho Mediterranean or our Chieftain and thoy all cry out forKotfutneni for tho liberation of thi assassin thus crowns A f ter a bottlo or keg of Hives has sea to thu left of Him and Mo preached declaring they prefer a murderer to the May your cars be alert and your a sermon that yet will been opened tho mold will soon form transform tho salvation of the world thoughts concentrated uid nil the world with Its applied A little horse radish or a fow nastur Â¬ Nnv Pilate took a basin of water in front powers of your soul nrouscd while I wo loiiow our Chieftainsentiment Gali- Â¬ tiums placed therein will prevent this on Lako of theso peoplo nnd tried to wash tiff speak to you of the march of Christ lee We must keep tho beach for to a certain extent Tito bettor way Is our through tho centuries You say give feet are not shod with the supernatural tho blood of this murder from his hands to buy them in small bottles so that but ho could not Thoy are still llflod on I us then a good start in rooms of Ver- Â¬ and we remember what poor tho bottle moy bo used beforo thoy havo work and I seo them looming up through all Ono by ono governments will fall a chance to mold on floor of mosaic and Peter made of it million and when ho tried to walk tho ages eight fingers and two thumbs into lino aud constitutions and literanmid corridors of porphyry and under tho water Mushroom Omelette Roll fresh standing out red with carnage tures will adore Ills name Moro mushrooms In a Httlo canopies uvea m nil tho splendors of Christ our leader is on tho ton of tho milk season with Still following our Chieftain I ascend honored and worshipped Is Ho In this You can have no tossing waves and it is the setting sun about half past the hill which Gen Gordon tho great year of 1891 than at any time slnco tho pepper salt and lemon juico thicken such starting place At the time our threo in the morning nnd it is the dark with a little cornstarch Make a plain Chieftain was horn there were eustlos est time just before daybreak Rut by English explorer and arbiter first made year ono and the day hastens when all omelette When ready to turn drop a clay model of It Is hard climbing for nations will join ono procosston follow- Â¬ on tho beach of Galilee and palaces the Hashes of lightning we see Him Homo of tho mushrooms In the center put Â¬ for Ho not at Jerusalem nnd Imperial bath rooms ting Ills feet on tho crest of tho wave our Chieftain to canyhas his only two ing tho Lamb whithersoever Re goeth fold over turn aud dish pour mush- Â¬ on back tho Marching on marching on nt Jericho and obelisks at Cairo snd stepping from crest to crest walking heavy timbers rooms around tho omelette and servo upright and the horizontal pieces of tho tho Pantheon at Rome with its Corinth- the white surf solid as though It was cross buthc is suffering from exhaus- CERTAIN KINDS OF TOURISTS Roston Rtidget ian portico and its sixteen gran to frozen snow A few applications of pure linseed Tho sailors think a tion caused by lack of food mountain columns and the Parthenon at Athens ghost is striding the tempest but He chills Theyd Hotter Stay Homo anil Hitvn tho oil to a polished wooden surface ns desert heats whipping with with its glistening coronet of temples cheers then intc placidity sliownig Into They Siiuiiiulor In Kiiropc trays and tables beforo use will mini- Â¬ clmwood rods and years of maltreat and thero were mountains of fine archi Himself to n a great Christ for sailors Senator Washburn of Minnesota has mize tho marks which always result ment tecture in many parts of tho worlL And He walks the Atlantic and Pacific It took our party in 1SS9 only fifteen expressed himself with great freedom from placing hot dishes upon tho wood on the subject Rut none of them were to be tho starr and Mediterranean and Adriatic now minutes to climb to tho top of tho hill abroad mid his of American tourists The oil should bo sprinkled on a soft ing place of tho Chieftain I celebrate strictures havo boon cloth and very evenly applied but as and if exhausted and affrighted voy Â¬ and reach that lime stono rock in yon- Â¬ A cows rtall a winter month an at Â¬ agers will listen for taken up sharply in some quarters and mats and stands can bo had in great His voice at half wall which I rolled down tho mosphere in which are the moan of past three oclock in the morning on der of Mt Calvary Rut I from our crillciiicd as the utterances of n too variety their use seems an absoluto apex and tho baahing of sheep and any sea indeed at any hour they will Chieftain must have taken a thinktime suporior person whose lofty point of necessity if such blemishes uro to bo camels long view the barking of dogs and the rough ban hear His voice of compassion and en- for tho ascent for ne had all him to under avoided N Y World earth and stand could not permitthe common He takes his first couragement tho pleasures oi ter of hostelrics herd Conundrum Pie One cupful of all Heaven aud all hell on His back as of travelers And yet a great majority crumbs either dry bread cako or journey before ho could walk Armed We continue to follow our Chieftain Re climbed from tho baso to tho sum- Â¬ desperadoes with hands of blood were and here is a blind man by tho wayside mit and thero endured what William of Americans who visit Kuropo for tho crackers Add one cupful of hot water ready to snatch him down into butch It is not from cataract of tho eye or Cowper and John Milton and Charles first tlmo will sympathize with him in one cupful of molasses one half cupful Rev William II Thompson the from ophthalmia tho eye extinguisher Wesley and Isaac Watts and James his indignant outburst Of coursu Mr of sugar one cupful of raisins one cry veteran and beloved missionary whom of the east but he was born blind Ro Montgomery and all tho other sacred Washburn was sweeping in his charges fourth cupful of butter and all kind of I saw this last month in Denver in his opened Ho cries and first there Is n poets have attempted to put in verso nnd embellished his statements with spices desirable Rake In two crusts eighty sixth year has described in his smarting of tho eye lids and then a aud Angelo and Raphael and Titian and tho picturesque in expression at the A glass of jelly is an improvement volumo entitled The Laud and tho twilight nnd then a mid noon and Leonardo da Vinci and all tho great cost of soma exaggeration Rut at bot-Â¬ Tins is very good to use up many scraps Rook1 Rcthfeltcm as ho saw it Win then a shout I see I see Tell it Italian and German nnd Spanish tom ho touched upon a truth which has of dry j et good food which would bo ter before last I walked up and down tho to all tho blind and they at least can and French artists have attempted filled a good many American innocents otherwise thrown away Housekeeper gray hills of Jura lime stone on which appreciate it And hero is the widows to paint To remove freshly spilt and Rossuet and Mas abroad with shame aud indignation up village now rests Thero is a whole tribo of wandering in iiineii us pussmio oi mo Inktako n the The fact that dead son and hero Is tho expired sillon and Gcorgo Whlteficld and line Witli King David had been born there had damsel and here is Lazarus Live Thomas Chalmers have attempted to Arabs from our shores of just the qual teaspoon Then pour cold milk on tho not during ages elevated tho village our Chieftain cries and they live Tell preach Something of its overwhelm- ity that Mr Washburn has noticed and spot and take up as before repeat un- Â¬ into any special attention it through all the bereft households ing nwfulnossyou may estimato from despised ro American can spend even til the milk Is only slightly tinged with birth- Â¬ tell it among tho groves And here tho fact that the sun which shines in a little time in Europe without running black-The other fact that it was tho Then rlnso with cold water place of our Chieftain did not keep the around Him gather the deaf and tho tho heavens could not endure it the up against them with a shudder In u and dry with a cloth rubbing lightly place in after years f ow special dis- Â¬ dumb and the sick and at His word Min which unillnchlngly looked upon moment he understands what has all Another authority says whon tho ink honor for here Hadrian built the grove they turn on their couches and blush tho deluge that drowned tho world his life been a mystery to him the un has been spilled on a carpet to imme Â¬ of Adonis and for ISO years the religion from awful pallor of helpless illness to which without blinking looked upon just and absurd judgments of foreign Â¬ diately cover the spot thickly with mity there observed was the most abhorrent rubicund health and tho swollen foot the ruins of earthquakes which swal- ers upon American life and manners and in live minutes the stain will havo the world has ever seen Our Chieftain of tho dropsical sufferer becomes ileet lowed Lisbon and Caraccas and has aud tho presentation in Knglish fiction entirely disappeared Good House was considered dangerous from tho as u roe on the mountains looked unblanehed on the battle fields and on thu English stage of typical keeping Americans who have no likeness to start The world had put suspicious The music of tho grove and house Â¬ of Arbcla Hleuheim Meglddo and Ks There Is no more eyes upon him because at the time of hold wakens tho deaf car and luuittie draelon and all tho scenes of carnage any thing in tho heavens aLovu or tho and none more easily attractive bulb raised in tho his birth the astrologers had seen stel- Â¬ and maniac return into bright intelli- Â¬ that have ever scalded and drenched earth beneath At last the original is house or outdoors than oxalis It la found It is this typo of American now found in lar commotions a world out of its gence and the lepers breath becomes the earth with human gore that sun beautiful roso pIulcKhadcH place and shooting down toward a cara as sweet as tho breath of a child and could not look upon the scene tourist which tho cockney has taken as and in yellow and whlto There is u vansary Strir divination was a science the ilesh as roseate Tell it to all the Tho sun dropped over his face his standard One can not be surpris- fine variety spoken of by somo llorlsts in we As late as the eighteenth century it had sick through all the homes through all a veil of cloud It withdrew ed after seeing itthe life that aud havo which Is whilo with a yellow oyo and been the butt of satirist that rosj pink tint on tho outside Theso its votaries At the court of Catharine the hospitals Tell it at 12 oclock at It hid itself It said to tho mid do Med cis it was honored Kepler night tell it at 2 oclock in the morn night I resign to thee this spcctaclo ono misjudgment has followed another plants need scarcely any caro except one of tho wisest philosophers that tho ing tell it atoioO and in tho last watch upon which I have no strength to gazo For how any good thing can come out watering and a sunny situation in a world ever saw declared it was a trim of the night that Jesus walks tho tem thou art blind oh Midnight nnd for of a nation that produces such charac window or outdoors Thoy will give a ters is a conundrum which even science As laie asinu reign oi mines pest that reason I commit to thco this trage- Â¬ selves might puzzle to answer wo our- Â¬ profusion of bloom for four or fivo Â¬ II Lilly an astrologer was called be Still we follow our Chieftain until dy Then the night hawk and tho bat This stylo of American whom onn months when they require u period of fore the house of commons in England tho government that givu no protec Hew by aud tho jackall howled in tho Y Tribune meets almost everywhere abroad is ig rostN to give his opinion as to future events tion insists that Ho pay tax and too ravines An appetizing and eiislly caten For ages tho bright appearance of Mars poor to raise the rcquisito S27 Ho or Now we follow our Chief tnln as thoy norant noisy self assertive boorish dainty especially suted to tho railway Sometimes it is because ho has plenty meant war of Jupiter meant power of ders Peter to catch a fish that has in carry His limp and lacerated form amid hamper is prepared as follows Roll the Iloindijs meant storms at sea And its mouth a Roman stater which is a the ilowers and trees of a garden the of money to spend that ho forces him- Â¬ half a dozen eggs for ten minutes Im Â¬ as history moves in circles I do not bright coin and you know that fish gladioluscu tho oleanders the lilies self upon general notice but quite us merse in cold water to prevent their know but that after a while it may be naturally bite at any thing bright but the geraniims tho mandrakes down often lie is as poverty stricken in pock turning black and peel off tho shells found that as tho moon lifts the tides of it was a miracle that Peter should have five or six steps to an aislo of granite et as In intelligence Ho forces himself cut tho lengthwise take out tho whero ho sleeps Rut only a little into notice everywhere He is first and yolks andiirn them up first with a lit-Â¬ the sea and tho sun affects the growth caught it at tho first haul heat He or blasting of crops other worlds be Now we follow our Chieftain until whilo ho sleeps there for there is an loudest and most ill bred at table tle butter then add potted ham and sides those two worlds may have some for tho paltry sum of S Judas soils earthquake in all that region leaving converses in the loudest possible tones a suspicion of mustard Whon done Tell it to all the the roeksjk this day in their aslant and in all public conveyances at hotels and fill tho hollowed whites with tho paste thing to do with tho destiny of individ- him to his pursuers I f for 510000 or forS iOOor for ruptured state declarative of the fact stations and on tho streets with any and press tho halves together wrapping uals and nations in this world betrayed I do not w ndor thnt the commotions 6100 your interests wore sold outeonsld that something extraordinary thero body who Is handy on any subject that them in different colored tissue paper And we see our Chieftain may come handy from European poli twisting the ends tightly together to In the heavens excited tho wise men on er for how much cheaper asum the Lord happened the night our Chieftain was born As of earth and Heaven was surrendered aroused from His brief slumber and tics to his own domestic relations and hold tho paper secure Eat them with Rut here wrestle down the ruffian Death who the statu of his internal organs aud mock sandwiches N Y Times he came ftom another world and after to humiliation and death Â¬ thirty three yearV was again to ex while following him on a spring night would keep Him imprisoned In that confides to u public audience facts VUllliijf itini Jtrcontlon UrnMM change worlds it does not seem strange between 11 and 12 oclock wosee the cavern and put both heels on tho mon- Â¬ which aro as uninteresting as they are Among tho first fino woolens import Â¬ to mo that astronomy should have felt Hash of torches and lanterns and we hear ster and como forth with a cry that vulgar He elbows his way to tho best the effect of his coming And instead tho cry of a mob of Nihilists They aro will not cease to bo echoed until on place qulto oblivious of tho comforts ed for elaborate wear corded materials He seems to tuko aro pre eminent Theso nro mingled of being unbelieving about tho one star breaking in on tho quietude of Geth the great resurrection day the door of uud rights of others I wonder that all the a mob with tho last sopulohor shall bo unhinged pleasure in so uniting aud displaying with silk and lace in a variety of grace Â¬ semano with clubslike that stopped worlds hi tho heavens did not that sticks chasing a mad dog It is a herd of and filing clanging Into tho debris of Ids ignorance and his nationality that ful high wrought designs This hand Â¬ tho things shall bo regarded as insepar some visiting toilette is made of light Christmas night make some special Jerusalem roughs led on by Judas to demolished cemeteries Now wo follow our Chieftain to tho able Ho goes In troops ns a rule vis weight wool goods In combination with Hint for being demonstration Why should they leave arrest Christ and punish to one world or meteor tho bearing of tho loveliest and best being that evor shoulder of Mt Olivet and without Itiug thu stock places seeing the sight silk with full trimmings of lace and wings lie rises thu disciples clutching exactly as ho would clean out a cess wldo ru files of luce form hip druporles the news of thohuinanizationof Christ lived Where was Mars that night that it did Rut rlotors aro llrble to assail tho for His robes too Into to reach them pool at home In a thoroughly business which cover one third of tho skirt Tho llko spirit hustling not indicate the mighty wars that were wrong man How were they to be sure and across the great gulfs of space with gallery and cathedral his way through bouffant sleeves and tho drapery across planting himself thu bust are of lace The favorite slile I will kiss one l ound He gains that world which inwhich one was Jesus to come between righteousness and in solid array I efore each object of in for combination with plain wools Is iquity Where was Jupiter that night Him says Judas and by that signal for thirty threo years had been denied that it did not celebrate omnipotence you will know on whom to lay your His companionship and all Heaven terest reading at the top of a very high bengallne either in pure silk or In tho pitched voice what tho guide book line poplin weave where tho filling of tho So tho kiss which lifted a shout of welcome ti3 He entered incarnated Whero were the Plealdos hands of arrest race and for all aud of coronations as upthe mediatorial to say about It passing instantly to the cord Ih of wool and only tho face is of that night that they did not announce throughout the human hotel at the storms of persecution that would timo Jod intended as tho most sacred throne Ho mounted It was tho great next and so returning to his long list silk Thero is no difference in price dowy eve with a beautifully between the all silk and tho demonstration of affection for Paul est day Heaven ever seen Thoy had assail our Chieftain foi beugallues both being sold In In watching this msrch of Christ writes to tho Romans and tho Corinthi- Â¬ him back again from tears from of things done and quite ready single width at tt dollar and it hulf to concerning wounds from ills from a world that tho next days campaign through tho centuries we must not ans and tho Thessalonians bugs theso people Like beetles walk brforo lliui or busldo llltn for tho holv kiss and Peter celebrates never appicciated Him to a world in have their placeand tho world ono sup two dollars a yard Figured benga In d alight In all lines striped in that would not bo roverontlal or wor- Â¬ the kiss of charity and with that con which Ho was tho chief music was poses but the womlor grows upon him chevron points waving designs or withit aro used in comblimof celestial shipful So we walk behind I Mm Wo junction of lips Laban met Jacob and thu libretto Auron hard to find an anthem enough con as to why on earth thoy should go to Hon with plain wool Good Housekeepifollow Hlni whilo not yet in Ills teens Joseph mot his bretliron and ngup a Jerusalem terrace to n building met Moses and Samuel met Saul and jubilant to ccleb ato tho joy saintly Europe St Paul Pioneer Press tie COO feet long Tint Itlnrk tioirii and 500 feet wide and un Jonathan met David ami Orpah parted seraphic archangchc del What aro sciences but maps of uniRut still wo followed mirChloftaln In A woman seldom mnkos a mistake der tho hovering splendor of gate ways from Naomi and Paul separated from versal laws aud universal laws but and by a pillar crowned with capital his friends at Hphesus and the father His march through tho centuries for tho channels of universal power aud when she is gowned In a becoming chiseled into tho shape of tlowers and in tho parable greeted the returning invisibly Ho still walks the oarth and the universal power but tho outgoing black dress She is certain never to offend by being conspicuous and with leaves and along by walls of beveled prodigal and when tho mlllonnlnm by tho eye of faith wo still follow Him of a universal mind E Thompson a little caru her black gown can have masonry and near a marbio creen shall como wo aro told rlghteousnoss You can tell where he walks by the reforma Angry thoughts canker the mind as much style and certainly bo as rich until a group of white haired philos nnd peace will kiss each other and all churches and hospitals and of niorey nnd dlsposo it to tho worst temper in looking as any costume sho may poi to greet Christ as tory institutions and houses ophers and theologians gather around tho world Is incited Kiss tho Son that spring along tho way I hear Ilia tho world that of fixed malico and rc sess From timo immemorial ones best Him and then tho boy bewilders and Inspiration cries out room and in tho vonge It is whilo in this temper that gown has been a black silk and though tread confounds and overwhelms these lest Ho bo angry and ye porlsh from tho abodes inof the sick bereavement Ho marches many men become criminals satins havo como and gouo In feminine thut most sacred demonstration scholarly septuagenarians with ques- way favor though brocades have had their tions they can not answer and under of reunion an affection was desecrated on and nations aro gathering around Ro now solicitous and sorrowful bo day been cast aside aud are again in Rps of Judas touched tho Him Tho Islands of the sea aro Ms quick whys nnd whyfores nnd ns tho filthy continents hows mid whons they pull their white pure check of Christ and tho horrid hearing his volco ThoAmerica will rauso of thy sins that at tho day of favor still tho prettily made properly In tho aro feeling His power Judgment those innyat bo securo be trimmed black silk costume is always hcards with embarrassment and rub smack of that kiss has its echo aud hypoc bo His Kuropo will bo Hlsl Asia will cause of thy forgiveness Thomas a In vogue The black silk with the their wrinkled forohoads in confusion treachory and dobasoment bo Hlsl Africa will bo Ills Australia Kcmpls heavy cord and which glistens a If it nd putting their stafl down hard on risy of all nges tho marbio floor as they arlso to go Decombor 1889 I walked the wlR oo His New Zealand will bo Hlsl Im As In nearer rlM had been oiled no longerobtalna Im H The world will tiiey must feel llko chiding tho bold way from Rethany and at tho foot of All tho earth will bo Hlsl Do you roal when a raau has learned to laugh a place there U a soft lasterlees Viatic Impossible for Hess that allows twolvo yoars of ago to Mount Ollrot a half mllo from tho wall Izo that until now It was little IeMat his neighbors trouble and silk with a eonl of medium atai through the Garden of the world to bo converted Not until a little More at hi own AtekUoa which jUeeauae of Ha laek of nHfhsjft k sevonty fivo years of ago such puz- Â¬ of Jerusalem Â¬ the world been fall la a moat graceful manna nTJsif zlers Gcthsomane and under the eight vener very recently has talk aloHt tk Globe found The Ulble Wkm1 la exlreiaWly tomuwtfKWaV Out of this building wo follow Him able olive tree now standing their Tat ejr of bird to a warble and Uonm Journal having- - been wit- Â¬ ends of tho eurtti nnd the atterwost Uo tho Quaruntania tho mountain of pomologlcal ancestors George MaeDoaahL bat taeo a sill I ld an being Plantation lU ld to tjiU day black nesses of the oerrinoea spokea of pert of tho WH Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ with robbers dens Look Up tho sldo tho scone of horror unl orlms eama of this mountain como nil tho forcos of back to me until I shuddered with tho perdition to effect our Chieftains cap- historical romlnlsconce ture Rut although weakenod by forty In further following our great fjilof not until now have the cuds of taa earth been discovered and not until now havo tho uttormoat parts of the world been rovenled The navigator did his work the scientist did his work nnd now for the first tlmo slnco tho world has been created has tho world been known measured off and gcograph ized tho last hidden and unknown tract has been mapped out and now tho work of evangelization will bo be gun with nn earnestness and velocity asyot unlmagcd tho steamships aro ready tho lightning express trains are ready tho printing presses aro ready the telegraph nnd telephono aro ready millions of Christians are read and now see Christ marching on through tho centuries Marching on Marching HOME HINTS AND HELPS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ hllk-and-wo- ol Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rry wl r hf y ru rMBHM r Hazel Gjreen Herald SPENCER COOPER Editor Anhlnnd Park Block farm in the place to get nKcd whether you breed or buy and we advise all who wish n fast one to write him and got a catalogue to select f om And by the way we note with pleasure that Harney hist week won a running race at Icxington with his Irish Chief three fourths of a mile in the fast time of 110 The laurels could have fallen upon no better man for Harney is himself an Irish Chief worthy the crown of success he is now enjoying WASHINGTON LETTER 28 1891 Â¬ I 4 a m 7c9B Cif izensNationnl Bank WINCHESTER KENTUCKY PAID UP CAPITAL li s t HAZEL GREEN KY Friday - Oct 30 1891 LACONIC LUNCHEON nlit IE m Wabhinutok Oct Garcia but didnt that New Orleans bunk cashier misa it by not taking 200 000 while he hud his hand in Will Baby Cleveland kid problem that now trying to McKee bo yanked or the get spanked in 1892 is a both political parties arc solve keen awav tho neskvi nominally resume the head of the State department whilo others will do the Treachery of ono whom you linvo be- work but those who know the disposifriended and upon whom you havo look Â¬ tion of tho man know better than that ed as a friend is tho un kindest cut of he isnt tho sort of material of which all oven though ho be a politician figure heads aro made He will either eaten bread is soon take up his work with all the earnestness But tho saying which characterized the first two years forgotten is us trito as it is old of his administration of the Stato depart An regards the Into Chilian outbreak ment or ho will not take it up at all in which American sailors wero assaulted It is said that his family would be in tho streets of Valparaiso our Benny pleased to havo him resign the cares of is quoted as saying ho will stand no official life but for him to do that would more monkey business and it looks as be to practically announce himself as a if that Sou thorn isle may feol a chili sen Â¬ Presidential candidate sation along her spine unless she soon It is a noteworthy fact that although dances to tho tuno Undo Sam is piping tho Fifty second Congress has not met Tho ten negroes convicted of tho mur- Â¬ for its first session there are already eight der of Thornton Nance and sentenced vacancies in its membership threo by to hang at Laurens S C Saturday last resignation all from New York and woro reprieved pending an appeal to tho fire by death Spinola New York Ford Supreme court Tho governor thereby Michigan Gamble S Dakota Honk missed a ten strike but perhaps a Tenncsseo and Leo Virginia With the Â¬ black premonition to his Stato prevented exception possibly of the Virginia vacancy which has just occurred these vacanhim from putting so many black balls cies will all be filled in tho box at ono tinio Eh The case of Boyd vs Thayer arising Tho Frankfort Roundabout refers to from a contest for tho governorship of Attorney General Gross aa tho Kefuser Nebraska has been advanced on tho General becauso that official did not docket of tho United States Supremo allow tho citizens of Frankfort pay for court and the first Monday in December champagne and cut flowers furnished the has been assigned for its argument soldiers of the Second regiment recently This is tho way a personal friend who encamped at that place and intimates is a frequent and social visitor at the that tho general did not tote fair with White Houso speaks of Mr Harrison tho merchants of that metropolis The President does not givo any one an intimation in advance of his inten- Â¬ Garcia the paying teller of the New fc tions in regard to appointments I do j Orleans National Bank got away with not believe and I have good reasons for 190000 of the banks money and dont saying it that he even takes tho mem Â¬ know how ho did it which reminds us bers of his Cabinet into his confidence of lad onco arraigned for stealing waterHo is one of tho most non committal melons When questioned by his patermen I ever saw Tins style may not bo familias as to whether he had been in the satisfactory everybody particularly those patch an hour or so before ho replied who believo themselves entitled to ad Mo might but if mo did mo dont vance information but it is u decided member of it improvement upon that adopted by some Wo havo all along maintained that other Presidents wo havo had of leaving Jim Jewell of Lexington is tho smart- people under tho impression that their est statesman in tho State and wo have wishes wero to bo complied with without frequently quoted his celobrated axiom exactly making a positive promise while iu proof of it Now knowing that nothing of tho kind was politics is h he makes another assertion equally true contemplated Maj Gen Schofield in his annual re- Â¬ No politician could expect a newspaper port to the Secretary of War just sub to puii him without pay unless hes a U fool Tho author of two aphorisms mitted devotes much space to tho lessons like these could not but bo just and with taught by the Sioux Indian outbreak a glass of clear cold water wo drink to hwt winter and recommends tho addi Â¬ his success as Recorder of tho Lexington tion of a few thousand men to tho army so that a sulllcient body of troops may at city court all times be kept in tho vicinity of tho A story comes from Crab Orchard this great Indian reservations thus removing Stato that a burning well has been dis- all danger of uprising and saving a repe Â¬ Wr covered in Rockcastle county It is said tition of tho enormous transportation ex to bo clear cold palatable and without penso to which the government was put uy odor whatovcr yet a dipperful of it last winter in tho removal of troops from coming in contact with flame will take distant joints to tho scene of disorder Are at once IJH Evidently Joe Mulhattou Ho says that satisfactory progress lias has been lot loose again and coming iu been made in the construction of tho contact with a moonshine still has made gun factory at Watcrvleit N Y and in the attempt to quench that ever burning tho manufacture of typo guns of the thirst Blowing his breath too strong he highest qualities Ho says that tho pol Â¬ igniten th6 fluid and forthwith lays it icy of enlisting Indians in tho army has on the innocent moonshine But tho been satisfactory as far as it has gone people know tho ear marks of Joseph but that was probably written beforo the even though ho dress iu a coat of latest reports were received from tho wan colore officers engaged in recruiting Indians These reports say that tho Indians refuse Ui excitement about tho fast time t0 eMt In tho Infantry branch of the In trHUf hotwM ro now making it is well wrvicc Tho General fails to make any t of the Commander of the Army to tMiitntor that w have always ad vised hiving taken to himself a young and i pf ptopl to We4 only to tho lcst B pt Stttmgr Ltqipgton has just placed j 1Vtil v wifodurjng tho year k a nnnmnAMirikoua vi ma iftti si w turn iimu TAI1IK V mm P0plf UMittal aftUHtuWi and lu NwU tonic orrtilldruu tht want buildta i iwkv Wm uim mnnv of viiaa wiirAii family iarmiiaj iiiiiv iiittkhh t 4 wwP J1 cures Huttuiut to of pwrftww m popular Mr Twan Uon nrni mHmmiu lake All MaUrla lmlhjiM- gm ddrskcctlt Lexington boasts of a mind reader in tho person of Madam Irving Ginseng to ginpcrcnkcB that alio cant tell what Henry Duncan and Hull Davidson think And as he was singing the tears down came of each other privately Therell never he pease till Jamie comes liame Gov Brown may have no flics on Mr Blaines return is everywhere talk- Â¬ him but ho is evidently afraid of fleas ed about but beyond tho bare fact no as shown by the amount of pennyrile accurate knowledge is at present to be ho has gathered about him It is aid obtnillMi Some say that ho will only to bo rile eootl to The return of Secretary Maine fur nished a Senator who loves to joke and who is a warm personal friend both of the Secretary and Mr Harrison an op- Â¬ portunity to raise a smile in a circlo of Ho said congenial spirits this morning Well I am glad that Mr Blaines come home at last and I hope that every time I go to the White House for a little chat with Hen I shall not be reminded of a verse in ono of Hobby Burns poems Hy yon cnstle vn at the close of day I heard a man sing tho his head it was am Aik 17500000 WASH MILLER PRESIDENT S W AVILLIS VICE PRESIDENT rfJrSfeh vtfSiUVKs ill f 1 WrSSsS MB A H HAMPTON CASHIER J V W ASST POYNTEE CASHIER little varmints hBiMI JWiilUfiP Imiimh In Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ iaiBwaagaffg -- ii customers the most liberal aceommonationsconsistentwitn correct banking business a peneral banking business So- Â¬ licits deposits makes collec- Â¬ tions gives prompt and careful attention to all business entrust- Â¬ ed to it mid extends tn tin Has ample facilities for doing Do You Need Money If so you can got something better than dollars from us The completion of the K U R 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 innke competition howl We offer to Country Merchants extra inducements and guar- Â¬ antee to them lower prices than they ever got beforo Wo are overstocked and must unload Remember 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¬ Now fresh seasonable choice and cheap ment We can astonish you with Â¬ Â¬ faBgMiilaVJr jVylMv l Watches retailed at whnlcsnle prices Call or write for anything in the covered with goods at half prices As the prices we name merely give us a chance to get our money out of the goods wo cannot aflbrd credit Goods will be sold for cash only or countrv produce live stock and school claims taken in exchange We have opened a new department under the charge of Miss Laura Rawlings nnd Miss Lula Day which is fully stocked with fine Millinery Notions Ladies Furnishing Goods Wall Paper Carpets and Oil Cloths School Books nnd Sup i ies Pictures and Frames etc etc Mks Rawlings is a thoroughly competent Milliner and Dress Maker and wo offer you a City Stock to select fiom You can get as fine and stylish Millinery and Dresses here as anywhere nnd at tho very lowest prices Yours etc JEWELRY LINE Established quarter ot a century thing fully guuruntecd Every Â¬ T Â¬ T N Â¬ Â¬ Otis W Snyder No 8 NOUTJI UllHK Stiikkt LEXINGTON KY HAZEL GREEN I AY g KENTUCKY OO X Â¬ HAZEL GREEN Ilaxvl Green MilU we are now better than ever prepared to do KY CATLETTSBURC The Largest Drug Houso in tho Ohio Valley Manufacturers of 228 REMEDIES that are Sold by the Dozen 16000 Square Foet of Floor Room 28 Hands Employed E RVE KINCI The only remedy that is sold on nn nhso- inie guurnnice to cure nil Inins nnd Aches Cramits and Colin Dim rlmm TIvk eatery etc Used internally and exter nally Jiie nest Mimncut in the world PKICE LV CKNTS -- WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING DRUGGISTS jirSole proprietors of the unions Sole proprietors of the reiiowned tiS HINDnn Having just thoroughly overhauled the Â¬ For the cure of Inins the Hack and all disorders of tho Kidneys and Urinary Organs Thousands of cer- tifieutes of those who have used this t 1 kiunty rnnnui permanent in Ill A 1 t 5 1UICK 100 X And we respectfully nsk all vinliinp Corn or Wheat ground to give us a trial We guarantee satisfaction For Sale hy Dnuo Stoiiis and Country Storks EvKimvHiiua DAY a HAZEL GREEN MILL CO w OOD i JHSharp Bruce Trimble TGDenton DENTON rivrrnTnxfi nn fA T OOD U F DAY Office Â¬ SHARP TRIMBLE MT STERLING KY Havo now a complete line of Clothing lints 3oots Shoes and Gents1 Furnishing Goods Wo solicit an inspection of our goods and guarantee pri ces satisfactory and articles as Â¬ Maysville St Ml Sterling Kv Practice lu Montgomery Powell Menffee Wolfe Hreatliltt Uownn Magotliu and Mor gan counties and Superior Court and Court of Appeals Wo lend tho marvelous over KxcIumilc Bank Â¬ Caveats and Trndo JIarks obtained and all Patent business conducted for Moderate Fees mm CASNOWCO Opposite Patent Office Washington D Â¬ 4 MP free ami n leant Guarantco that Calthoi will BTU1 nichararc X-- Kailuluns CUUE Hpcrtuatorrhru Varicocele V mad KC8TOUK Lot Vlcor Use it and pay satisfied Xiintt VON MOHL CO BU AatricM IftaU CUtUiUl Oklo Itemed CALTHOS Fnrtch if Our Office Is Opposite US Patent Office and wo can Becuro patent In less tlmo than those remote from Washington Send model drawing or photo with descrip- Â¬ tion Wo advise If patentable or not free of chargo Our feo not duo till patent Is secured A Pamphlet How to Obtain Patents with namos oractual cllonts Inyourtitatc countyor town sent frco Address C recommended Hat House of J AMES P FANT WITH THE OLD UEUAIIU fURAU Dickinson Go Â¬ WQSTAFP i ATTORNEYS AT LAW MT STKUUXO KY WS J YANKEE Mm i H IIKNNKTT WITH 1 rl Cor Pearl A-- Vine CINCINNATI Practice Gloves Straw Goods Invites all of his mountain friends and es adjoining in the courts of Montgomery nnd Hats Caps counties and in the Court ol An pecially thu inrrchnuts to give hint a call peals and Federal Courts AND UMBRELLAS when in the city S2 X Paint St HIIJICOTHK O Knnlilrorlunflhtrlinnunf wmk fur u Iiv Anna larft Auttlii SEITZ A YIATl BMI I l II unlilkloirlf1r II All Icacli miy lalrtjr iulf irml ron of litr WITH intul OllifriJulii5wl Why n v liu un nml aiid MtlitdiJ who u JOIUIKItS OF SEIP CO t WJ Henderson Thos r l y mr - r AWB UUtMiiikS i v k WUQIK8UK S2 Son s Twri m - uontli t tnJ S oralliliMluif Alllrra lnlttV you Uf lW tioinlifri tinilnrr Unni iro rtty rxU jiui Ttm nmnt ran do ilia work in J lit Kun bi hAw rit OTrrvtvuVM from ASHLAND KY V MKMUettfcU0luxHtmrftiMtiJMulHc worklr lMluruukiiwn inioair ibniu l tatinlA Ail A I I rnuhda cn work hi fur tlm Ii mony itan i to 77 luinif Hon will woik lndutriouil Iinvmihry will nlwrurBUh V Vi intlluiluuorrmilyinfntjwlilinrnnitlnliinouiil J liiuiiv fur MKUiilrM j nJ qlckly urrful i irrnd ilrir but on Murktr Inuii tclidlilcl urrountr Orr own v lll Jnl iihi II iJna pritl Willi iiiilujrmcrl rU N FW iR VhUtedhsJ JJhLa- Morgan Cnmtou Currency Ifttsn larger circulation and Breathitt tlmn till oilier papers in the William White went to Richmond ono Slate mill inureliaiits in Mt Sterling Win day last week on official business oluster Lexington Louisville nntl Mucin Hon Z T Hurst is building an ntldi natl will find it TUB HKST MKDIUM through which to secure Mountain Trade tion to his already handsome residence ADVKUTI81XU UATKS R L Athy came homo Tuesday night TKANHIKST Advertisements inserted for lens than 3 from Louisville where he had been on mouths will he 75 cents an inch for the first business insertion and 25 cents an inch for each sub I nm informed that M V Potts of sequent insertion TllANHIKST AllVKUTIBlNO MUST this place will move to Hazel Green WAM Â¬ Hazel Green in Herald Wolfe WOLFE COUNTY John 11 Picralt will auctioneer tho Hon sale in Powell county next Wed Â¬ nesday Nov 4 Mrs W H Tflulbco returned from Mt Sterling a few days since and after spending a short time with her son Dr John A went on to her homo in Mor Â¬ gan county II P PIERATT X T TIERATT H F PIERATT dealehb in CO HE 1 IN ADVASUK sfANDINO ADVKIlTIHKMKNTfl inch 12 tnontliH 1Ain 7 1- 0 3 3 4 A G Inches Inches Liberal rates on larger advertisements made known on application Local notices to be interspersed among reading matter 10 cents a line with a dis count of 125 per cent where they run a mouth or more Obituaries tributes of tespect etc 3c a line Count six words to tne line ami send money with the manuscript We will write obituaries and publish at 5 cents a line Marriage and death notices not exceeding ten lines solicited nnd published frkk Â¬ inches inches inches - 0 15 00 IK 7o 22 25 K 0 fcrlIMS FOIt Hkoulak Advkiitising PAYADIK QUARTERLY ON DEMAND Address 81ENCEK COOPER Hazel Green Ky Salt rheum in cured by Ayera Snren pnrilln Write J C Ayer Co Lowell Mans for evidence The wife of John Phillips living on Lacy creek is reported very ill with some spinal affection Elder J T Pierntt will preach at the Caskey school house on Grassy next Sunday at 1030 oclock A M Rev D H Fallen near Daysborough who hns bedrTquite sick with fever for n fortnight past is reported to be batter Happyand content is a home with The Ro the morning Ftrcatalceut writ Rochttttr Lamp Co Ntw Yerk chcstcralampwiththelightof Governor Brown has refused to grant pardon to Hume Clay the forger serv- Â¬ ing a sentence of ten years in the peni tentinry The Kendall Hotel at West Liberty burned to the ground on Thursday night of last week The loss is about 1500 insurance 1000 n Uncle Pres Trimble met with a painful accident a few days ago While cutting wood the ax glanced and cut a deep gash in his foot Uncle John Rose of Lacy Creek and James H Elkins euch his have our thanks for a half bushel of son-in-law very fine sweet potatoes of this place has rented his house and lot to Gardner Jones of Magoffin county who will move here about the 10th of next month Duke Howerton tives new nnd seasonable goods not to be seen Thieves broke into tho store of Hanks in other stoics can bo found there Tutt one night last week and enrried M S Grain who has been running ns off u fine suit of clothes and various other mail ngent over tho Cincinnati Southern articles railroad between Chattanooga and Cin- Â¬ The store houso of G W Robinson is cinnati writes us to change the address faBt nenring completion When finished of his paper from the latter city to Jack Â¬ it will add greatly to the appearance of son Ky ns he hns been transferred and our town will hereafter run over tho Kentucky Joshua Brashears and Miss Fannie El- Â¬ Union between Lexington and Jackson kins were united in marriage Thursday J H Bcnnct representing Yankie at the residence of tho brides father Co while hero recently sold Seip May all their troubles be little ones Campton can beat tho world for pretty some good bills Wo gavo him one of girls and dogs There are about fifty as the fine sweet potatoes presented ua by pretty girls in this quiet little town as Mr Cecil nnd he said ho would tako it Ohio and endeavor to inever made footprints on tho sands of to Chillicothe duce the people of that section to raise time the same variety He doubted however Granville Rose of Stillwater was in their ability to produce anything equal town Saturday shaking hands with tho to in size it dear people Several of our citizens Rev Mr Hawthorno preached n very thought he was Judge John E Cooper of MtTSterling entertaining and interesting sermon at Miss Belle Steele daughter of our the Presbyterian church in thi place countyman Dr Wyley W Steele and last Sunday Mr Hawthorne left Thurs one of Wolfe countys most efficient day morning for Wiso county Virginin school teachers was a guest of M V where he had been called to a church Ho will lo only about 30 miles from his Potts Sunday night home and tho situation will therefore be Samuel Faulkner and Miss Nannie quite pleasant In the short time Bro Horton were united in marriage one day Hawthorne waa with us he won many last week Young bouyant and loving friends among all denominations nnd they have launched their bark upon lifes thoy regretted to see him depart Wo tempestuous sea May gentle gales at- Â¬ wish him success in his new field of tend them clear skies bend oer them labor and all around and about them reign the peace that passeth understanding may they have only enough of clouds to give them a bright hallowed golden sunset Supple Jack Oct 26 Â¬ Judge 8 H Patrick wns a guest of the Day Houso Wednesday night Ho was en route homo from West Liberty next Thursday A F Byrd and G T Center returned where ho had just closed his court after Saturday from Clay City whero they had n session of eight dnys in which a largo number of cases were disposed of been on business Henry Pieratt nnd wife of Hazel Look out for tho chango in Louis Green were guests of the Combs House Gus Straus advertisement next week Saturday and Sunday which reached us too late for this issue Tho wife of John E Drake is still very In the menntimo if you waut to pur low with dropsy and her physicians have chase clothing cheaper than you ever given up all hope of her recovery bought before give them a call J Kelly Fulks our efficient deputy H F Pieratt Co of this place this sheriff has been very low with fever but week show up with a largo display ad- Â¬ has about recovered at this writing vertisement and all who wish to savo G W Haul8ey and wifo returned money will do well to heed what they home Sunday from the head of Still Â¬ have to say Every day they are adding water where they had been visiting rela Â¬ a wagon load of fresh stock and many Â¬ LIVE STOCK OOUNTET PRODUCE Good People Play Progression Buy your goods whilo tlioy nro cheap nntl now is the time and this is our reason We want to buy more goods Wo aro not in business for pleasure nor for health but for the profit and merely the way to mako it profitable is to sell everybody And the way to sell everybody is to sell cheaper than anybody And that is what we are going to do for Cash or Country Pro Â¬ duce W Dont you see that is business or all of your noto or account until wo aro pPWo lmvo extended tho Credit System who owo us tocompelled books nnd we respectfully those come in hbIc Very respectfully Trusting you will hoed this wo remain c H F PIERATT to closo our and pay part CO THE VALUABLE FARM WINCHESTER BANK FOR SALE WINCHESTER KY i Tho hcnuliftil farm known ns the B V Cockrell arm iitur Kzel Ky is now o Acr ed for mile by its owner This is tliu most desirable situation in Morgan county nice dwelling of 7 rooms with two hallways large yard of elejjnnt shade trees and evergreens two nevcrfailiiig wells small neat Ntore house on premises large barn and all neces sary outbuildings good houses on farm for tenants large orchard with abundance of fruits of all kinds best distillery in tho county desirable woodland and vnluablu timber a good store of general merchandise within 100 yards of dwelling only one half mile from town Kzel where there are good schools churches etc Cause for selling Desire to failure of my fathers health sell immediately Deed and title clear LULIE M COOKHILL Apply to Ezki Ky Â¬ Â¬ N II WITHEH8POON President It D HUNTER Cashier raid up Capital This Hank solicits the accounts of mer Â¬ chants farmers traders nnd business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and oilers its customers every facility and the most liberal terms within the limits of legitimate tmuking octl8ly Surplus 20000000 6000000 NEW- - FARMERS BANK SIT STERLING KY FOR SALE THE CELEBRATED Capital Wm 8250000 Surplus 840000 Chas M Giiubbb Cashier Â¬ o sep25w8 including about 200 acres of land on which is a substantial frame dwelling of 12 rooms is offered for sale The spring alone is very valuable and will soon pay for the place For terms etc apply to JlAUKiaUN BWAMUU Hazel Green Ky ns in It IVHTLAKIr Mitchell President The largest capital and surplus and indi vidual deposits than any bank in this sec tioi of tho State Exchange Bank of Kentucky KY MT STERLING CAPITAL 810000000 FOR SCROFULA scrofulous humor in the blood CECIL HOTEL WEST LIBERTY KY S W CECIL Jr Phoprietok We have more Hazel Green business than any other bank and want to increase it Send us your account and we will treat you well B - Mrs Maxey whose illnces was recent- Â¬ ly mentioned in these columns is rapid- Â¬ ly improving nnd it is now thought she will soon be restored to her usual health Program of Teacher Association The next meeting of tho Wolfo county Teachers association will be hold at Campton on Saturday November 7 nnd the committee have selected tho follow- Â¬ ing programme A F Ryrd Mrs Stamper wife of Boon Stamper Welcome Address W II DeBusk living near Maytown died on Monday of Response be influenced this week after an illness of only a few How far should teaehers opinion Priscilla Bradley by public days She was a daughter of Arch Day GBNKRAL DISCUSSION near Maytown Lula Kash Recitation Mrs Nancy Itingo of this place hns been quite sick for several days and at Dr J M Kash is times unconscious attending her and she is otherwise re-Â¬ ceiving every attention G T Center of Campton has sold to J M Daniel of Clay City about 300 logs on the banks of Red river between this place nnd Coxs mill and the two were measuring them Wednesday We understand that John M Rose of this place purchased a fine brood mare nt the James Hon sale in Montgomery last week As Mr Rose is yet absent the price paid could not bo learned We wont 1000 dozen eggs at 10c Wo waut your country produce We want your surplus change and wo want to sell you goods cheaper than anybody Co H F Pieratt Needs of th Common School system catarrh and consumptlont use ulcer This new hotel has just been opened for the reception of guests Fare excellent good sample rooms livery stable in connection au28 Rates reasonable J PETERS President JOHN G WINN Oabhier Ayers Sarsaparilla The mest economical safe speedy and effective of all blood purifiers BJi by John R untk for ui tnurli but tutkr nn ieicb yimqultklr tiuw lomrn from St la na niuro i in too n oiu II pn In any i rl of on Both Mit Am rir ton rn rumnirnr al liuni air In all Tour lluiivr tar mointnta only lo y Slllk f r tk work Alt I nH Orrat rr wnrktr W atari ou forulihliia annrthlnr KASIIY HIEVIiUY Itarurl IMItriCULAIiH VHAk AdJr u at ot GoodwlnlroNV you tiinjr out OveultQ yttt U brlnr mad Irr Traders Deposit Bank MT STERLING nr KY 30000 Capital J M 200000 Surplus HTISBUH MllXk G niG8TAFFTPreslidlnt L KIKKPATIUCK Vice President W W THOMSON Cashier o J Recitation Essay Recitation W Taulbee Â¬ DAILY HACK LINE FROM How can better school houses be obH II Stamper tained Has Cured Others will kH S MI8CKIIANKOUB I1U8INH88 J W Taitmikk Addie Hanks Mollie Elkins Mullie James Mt Com cure you HAZEL GREEN TO ROTHWELL generally throughout Kastern Kentucky general banking business done Give us a chance to send you a bank book pay your checks and loan you money when in need w W Thompson Cash We respectfully solicit the business of mer chants farmers traders and business men Sterling National Bank Leaves Hazel Green every morning 8un day excepted and connects with afternoon train for Mt Sterling Leaves Hothwell every morning on arrival of train from Mt Sterling except Sunday uud arrives at Hazel Green at 4i0 r M II L Games W H DkHusk MT STERLING K Y STATE OF KENTUCKY 26 PROFESSORS and INSTRUCTORS Frank Tyler of thid placo Satur- Â¬ day fell from a barrel upon which she was standing and broke her wrist The wound was dressed by Dr J M Kash and bIio is now getting along nicely savo Mrs Home pain Mr Fiank Trimble a prominent busi ness man of Memphis Tenn wus visit ing his brother J Green Trimble and other relatives the past week Ono of the best articles addressed to members of the Fanners Allinnce that wo have seen It was a was written by Mr Trimble words to those with whom business mans Wo ho has been identified all his life desired to reproduce this article entiro for tho benefit of our Alliance friends in this section but by Borne menns it has Mt Sterling Advocate been mislaid was raised in this place Mr Trimble and it was confidently hoped that he would pay his old home a visit while in Kentucky ns thero nre many here who would like to give him a hearty hand shake and welcome Â¬ Â¬ Capital 100000 Surplus 16660 LEWIS APPERSON President H R FRENCH Oabiiiku liaaawaw Careful and attentive drivers in charge of COUNTY APFOINTKE8 RECEIVED each hack and especial attention paid ladies FREE OF TUITION children traveling without escort Mountain business is respectfully solicited orThe traveling patronage respectfully solic Â¬ Fall term begins BFtemigrethtia8i with the assurance that we will treat every ited Very respectfully Koard in dormitory 2 per week in private fairly customer W H TAIIOU Proprietor families 360 to 4 For Catalogue addrese OCUQV O Fare 2 Each Way Agricultural Scientific Engineering Olauioftl Normal Sohool Aoademlo Oommerolal and Military Courses of JAS UN IVERSfJV LEXINGTON KY CUtrut and But Bu4nni OotUf IW VtrM Hmbut iwut it Won KirourtoM 10009 Ora4U la Ballon II Kuhiti isplej Cottof ItiuuiCnui Id cIqAUi TtlUeg SuUoMrj d4 aWulMO BNOirniHD COMMERCIAL COLLEGE of KENTUCKY K LEXINGTON KY PATTERSON PhD TtriwutiM 4tu Mt OradaMi itKuiriL 1080 pUHlo Tuuunir Bti BmcUI Trimble Bros WHOLESALE b A pamphlet of luforwstlon ma4b f Wkrtnct of lUa lwowlii How toim aVkOtuin PnimiU CaVMIa Tnut blUrki CoprrUbU mm liUNN HuUati la tiUaUa tk pkit rear rirtmlui 4drti WILBUR R SMITH LEXINGTON KY Prif lour 4prlsil far ltd Vuf K TaetiUa AMOS DAVIS WITH The prices realized for choicely bred and strictly first class trotting stock at the recent Bale in Lexington Ky during the Breeders meeting there indicates that there is not an over supply of such material een mysteriously misaiug slnco last July When ho left on a trip to the mountains Of Eflufprn Ifintnnlrv Tin WflH B former Â¬ Judge J W Perry of Lexington has resident of Morgan county own in this section and well I Manufacturers of Trading Dave MT STERLING KY Merchant John ac-Â¬ Rose were nt Winchester at last m s counts trying to give away a lot of MtrCoiisignweHts ef wrediiee aitt the m W Pearl street Cincinnati O had left over from the Mt cattle they irutreHBge or MeeHtala Mereksats repeet CLARENDON -Sterling market JUly Headquarters at West Liberty Ky- THE Cor Limestone and Short sts fully solielttHl Since tho abovo was in type Later Lkxinoton Ky MAUPIN HJJkAliIWlUliMulwi the gentlemen referred to have returned WJTK r WELL P JtOPMIRTOK w u John sold out all but 12 of hla 72 head IS I lmtMtowiitOTyHTAt a ik I III D 1- and Dave traded oft his Jot for 4 mules W n rrrlit W Mrt UmttaK rW 1 Hf 4mf TW u Thore has heea addiHl km Anhcx with 90 iMMMfiwMitlMillw John says he never saw a many cattle MWMn ttntio uvea - t w r T large well vHtr4l reewts ifkreeCCani NOTIOK8 BOOT 8 Lr It hw the der every Are wl Hates LeoateJ on the Mt Sterling market before and imiiHtH HUH mmIm- - Wi rW4t CATUnTtBUia Wly Rose and BETTMAN BROS A Co klUnat a cuovmm tkf irtUjB CbjF Rrl Villa irtir HB H OAKPENTMt it was nowuch ttw Mt Wlncheuter witkie tHiHaiaettftetet h - fr V v t door If I could still rotain tho bonoflt of your counsol which you havo ofton no kindly glvon mo horo in your offlco It would Vo much moro than 1 could rea- Â¬ KNCElt COOPER FaWWiw sonably expect Though I havo novor KY had a homo I nm powerfully sonslblo of I t J nAZELGHEEN tho jealous caro which must bo em- Â¬ ployed to guard ono I am a reckless ORIGINAL GINGERBREAD RECIPE follow pursuing a careor of most un cortnin Ihsuo through ways which aro Ive rafiJo n receipt altogether my own not tho boat It seems to mo that I And proud do I col having dono It Bhould novor moot Miss Ray again Par- Â¬ As If Id nctilovcd In grandiloquent tone don mo for ovon mentioning hor namo An Uorntiaii odo or a sonnet Than a oup nnd a half of tntlk thick and bout Yourobluo young man said Ray And in It with cnargy stirring thats whats tho mattor with you Kot n cup bat two thirds moJasacB you pour Youro career will como out all right And now thoro must bo no domurrlng and youll bo a rloh man Ivo picked Add two Invcl teaspoons of noda beside Tho flour munt bo ntlrrod to perfection you out as a follow with a vory lovol And Into It hero your own tasto bo tho guldo head nnd I dont mako many mistakes Put ginger In friendly connection If I over got rich Russoll ropllcd With cinnamon nutmeg nnd clovos nnd nlso It will bo by such methods as that deal for ita mivor Of suit a Houpcou And then Into thin tho rich liquid mutt go with Romington and others by which a With two bo ate n eggs tiat In flavor man might fool disgraced And frcnhnciH with all thata delicious agrco Oh all thissontimontalisra is natural Of butter In incited condition at such a time said Ray cheerfully Just ono hulf a cup and tho nubstunco should bo but thoros nothing in it Romington Llhocalco of a wholosomo nutrition will play Homo other chump nnd get his Then Im nuro youll bow to tho Bmnll boy who money back Its all in tho game said Hut Im only an ndventuror any Â¬ Oh I thin Is Just nwfully good glngorbroadl way I havo no solid hopes and my 0 H Thayer in Goo J Ilousokcoplng character is becoming as unsettled as my circumstances I am Hush to day and broko to morrow honest in tho morning and a bcamp heforo night Whon I think of Miss Ray Yos when you think of her said that young ladys siro with a good when you think of humored smilo hor your sins look big nnd black Im glad of it I could ask no bottor guaran tee that you really lovo hor Russell started up in astonishmont but boforo ho could utter a word Ray Hazel Green Herald Thero was only ono ground for doubt and it lay in tho old follows firm boliof that ho know vory nearly ovory thing that was passing in tho minds of thoso about him Ho was ono of thoso men who bollovo that tholr oyes aro oloctrlo scaroh lights which thoy can turn upon tho souls of othors and oxposo all hidden things This boliof in him was coupled with n total inability to read tho ordinary oxtornal signs of omotton It always is Thcso eaglo oyod follows aro tho onos who can seo a man poisoned with stryoh nino and swear that ho looks pleasant and stick to it with a conlldonco un movod after tho unfortunnto has died in convulsions Russoll thought of all this and t scorned to him probablo that Ray had not received any vorbal intima- Â¬ tion from his daughter but had do ponded wholly upon a glanco of his in olution to sock hor society no mora molted in tho boat of hlfl ill tompor Uo dotormincd to show her that hor oharms had no powor to tornpt him and to mako her understand in some way that hor father had committed n picco Moanwhllo dospito oil of stupidity his soul his boaring to- Â¬ this raging in ward hor was frank courteous and frlondly as it had always boon Tho Society for Genoral Culturo had survived tho mirntuor and its mombors had como back from tho shores of tho salt sea with an added thirst for knowl- Â¬ edge Ono of tho girls had also a groat idea to proposo at tho societys first mooting It wns not original but it was tho latost fad in societies of that kind a revival of an anclont custom Sho suggested that thoy find somo struggling poot and help to win recog- Â¬ nition for him Russoll must know ono and it would bo such fun to oncourago tho poor fellow and help him by judicious citicism nnd a llttlo money till at last bo could got his poems into tho magazines Russoll reflected a moment whilo a great and amusing schomo filtered Â¬ SCHOOL AND CHURCH Washington D C has 181 church Of tho 028 students at Roston mfel vcrsity 251 nro women During 1800 there wore built in tWi f United States 8500 churches Tho Methodist Episcopal church hnf 280000 Sundav school touchers t The Russian Innguago is to taught in nil of the Japanese schools Jt The state of 2sew York supports seven schools for denf mutes in which thoro are about lJJOO pupils ThcaO schools havo graduated many thousands and most of them nro doing well Â¬ rilAITUU X- - Continued costumes wro very bo- coming1 to Alice also nnd hor bounty was too radiant with health to fear tho Iho night of it might havo boon Rim clangorous to Russells pouco of mind except that hn had no poaoo of mind during thoso days Tho worry of pro- Â¬ viding for his personal oxponses which worn over increasing hls anxloty ro gardinir tho motor company his foar lost Deoring should hoar of certain oper Â¬ ations in tlio stock and should call a halt on the whole procession all those considerations kept Ruusoll in a condition unfavorable to love Alico had conquered him only so far that ho folt ho was not good onough to bo in hor iooiuty he recognition of this fact by nny young man Is a symptom but it may never lead to a proposal or to si rc- form If Russoll had considered tho subject at all ho would havo said at onco that ho could not permit hlmsolf to fall in lovo with Allco without gross treachery to his frlond Hut as yot ho thought only that hho oughtnt to bo al- yisiltfwiid to If now him and ho wondered Out-of-door I t that her father should permit it 1 hot tor stay away from his houso Sup Â¬ pose homo crash should como and two or three of my creditors should comblno to put mo in jail It would not be pleas Â¬ ant for Miss Hay Ho was nurprisod that Hay should re new his invitations to the villa Russell folt like an impostor when he accepted them and at last he began to refuso but as a rule the old millionaire would take tho young man by tho arm and - walk him down to tho yacht as if ho Russell realized wore imdor arrest that ho had won a place in tho old fel Â¬ lows affections and this made him fool Dioaner than over about tho whole affair It was possible that Hay did not know all about him Russell relleoted Ho might ho blinded by prejudice in his favor ho might accept him because of Rrowns assurances Hrown had boon on tho most intimate- terms with tho family in tho dayn when tho son whom Ray had lost had been a youth at col- Â¬ lege Alico only a little girl At any rate ho resolved to go to Hay make a olenn breast of tho whole matter and clvo the old man a fair chanco to kick Â¬ i that he doesnt politely hint that Id Did Hay must know tho condition J wonder Im in thought Russell Rife i xJ EMmmm iu VT c -- i - 7 t- - J l j yyi Russells his companions attention JXtei i V ix -- ft i thoughts worked hurriedly upon tho Â¬ problem presented by tho strange re sult of his attempt to obtain an ediot of banishmentagainst himself Thatsuoh mTm t Xil anexllo was now moro than over nec Â¬ essary was ovidont onough but it was A3 fcH v5CSf-Cl also clear that it must bo voluntary IIo should keep out of tho way of temp- Â¬ tation and hero ho was being led tamoly to tho villa again IN rUltrUl lTl MKMTATIOX a KKlOUT THi SKCltUTAKY Somehow ho was moro than usually blm out of tho house This woum mean glad to go although his consclonco e x that nho was disappointed at his delay ilnanMal ruin but Kussoll didnt caro orted a foeblo restraining force Why and again he imagined that sho was ly Â¬ for that lie was in a lit of dgspondj was it Rays fuvorablo vlow of him n3 ing in ambush waiting for a chanco to meant nothing to tell him what a traitor ho was IIo a posslblo noy ft mental condition onilnontly fa hopofs the tomptor him Ho had no shadow of an idea that thought of all tho cruel things sho orajlo to virtue for ho should ovor take advantago of it might say how sho might show him attor all Tho oooaslon oamo on a day In tho last Rut that word pf oncourngoment as tho difforenco botweon himself nnd of Soptombor whon Ray proposod anoth- Â¬ Ray hud called it was a matter of a very Urown with u balauco heavily in favor Could Ray osslbly of tho absent and sho might Bay that dlfforont nature er Sunday at tho villa Hay Bald Russoll your kind havo glvon such n hint on nny voakor sho would prof or llrown ovon if ho re- Â¬ Mr Fa Â¬ turned from Contrul Africa with a ring 3mh blinds you to reasons why 1 should grounds than absolute cortalnty on tormsof tho in his noso and a confirmed habit of 3Mfc Wa Kuest at your house ther and daughter woro -Russoll had ofton cannibalism Russoll fancied hor re- Â¬ JXaerroltt man starteu anu iookcu closest conlldonco AaAliiMrlv into ThiaaflllS face obscrvod it with a foolinff that tho mill- Â¬ fusing him in so many UToront ways nprbap It dori aald lie and per ionaire had been blossod In other good tnat ho began to be afraid somo slip of ilultfbHMMW I may m the reasons thimja than dollars Ray should know tho tonguo would launch one of them Wm y the atata of hla daughters heart as soon upon him ovon as his acceptance by htr tnk I 4o wthv why do yow ak we to eowe a he did herself and if he said that father bad como by accident tie began he thought kindly of a man it should to resent this refusal whioh was only a I altMld aot be offended It you did not figment of hla imagination and his res r l lnfil1ly ttnoourftirlnf It jrwi tatdejae to oator V full iblo oye If that is tho case said Russoll to himself sho does not lovo mo and his oxultation was immediately changed to gloom Rut his reflections had con- Â¬ vinced him that ho loved hor long bo- Â¬ foro tho two mon reached tho yacht and ho had resolved to toll Ray tho truth about his supposed offer and to pre paro somo way of backing out of tho wholo entanglomont Yes ho resolved to do all this but ho did not do any part of it IIo changed his mind when tho tlmo for a disolosuro came resolved to koop his seorot safo to pursue a strictly guarded courso with Alico which should show hor what a hero ho was Of courso sho couldnt holp noticing that ho loved her Sho would seo that ho avoided food and grow thin till his oyes took on a hollow look and his coats began td flap continued lvo boon waiting for you to speak around his withering form IIo would to mo llko this Moro than onco I havo lock his lovo up in tho dungeon of his thought you woro going to begin Whon soul and havo fun with tho misery of it you showed hesitancy about coming up Then whon Hrown camo back full of to tho villa 1 know why You said misgivings no doubt ho would tako tho SIioh a rich mans daughter and I have wanderer by tho bend and say with a hollow cough I hrvo beon f lthful to only my wits Hut my dear sir Russoll broko in you old man but I am a martyr to my I havo never ventured to remotoly conlove I say young follow cried Ray in- Â¬ sider tho possibility Of courso you havont but jou may terrupting Russells meditations at this begin now Dont speak to hor yot she point if you staro at mo any longer in is only a llttlo girl you know Of courso that soulless fashion without saying any thing or listening to what Im talk- Â¬ ing about I shall think youvo gono crazy Thoy had boon sitting on the deck of tho yacht faco to face and Hay had been talking in a lively and as ho sup posed entertaining fash ion for about half an hour when it had suddenly dawned upon him that Russells faco had takou on an expression of deop misery wholly uncalled for by any thing that had been said His question brought Russell back to a rational framo of mind and ho was able to conduct hlmsolf at the villa as if nothing unusual had happoncd It was his last visit thero during tho season Tho Rays camo back to their town houso in tho following week Russoll called within a few days after their return and his welcomo was tho samo as over Thero had been no change in uussum AMiit- io m uonkst Rut not many days tho housoliold you havent so much as hinted any after that ho fancied that ho noticed a thing of tho sort to her and I wouldnt difference Thoro was an indeilnablo for a year let us say fop a year I daro souk thing in tho bearing of Mrs Ray say you wouldnt havo thought of doing and Alico which puzzled him at first so What you wanted to say to me and but whioh ho soon explained in a man Â¬ what 1 saw that you wanted to say for ner fitting closely to the observed facts a fathers eye can not bo deceived was It scorned ovidont that tho secret of his that you felt It more honorable to toll talk with tillbert Ray had leaked out me straight out that you worn In lovo that it had at last become the general with my daughter and then ask tho property of the family IIo could not right to lot every thing go on as before believe that Hay had told Alice sho Its only a few months that wovo known must havo ovorheard something which you and that made It harder I pitied betrayed tho truth At any rato Rus you and says I to myself Ill help him sell was quite certain that sho know out And because I think so well of how matters stood but that was as far you young man and trust you bo fully as his perception could got in her direc Â¬ andhato to boo you down hearted Ill tion Mrs Hay ho felt sure approved give you a word of encouragement I With all possible respect to hor said ho bellovo tho llttlo girl likes you protty In his heart sho doesnt know any bet Â¬ well already ter and couldnt bo oxpeeted to by any Â¬ body acquainted with hor plastic mind CIlAPTliU XI was qulto Uor husbands approval TnMvrrn Hays enough In tho ilrst Hurry of surpriso at Alice however was a riddlo much acceptance of an imaginary proposal for harder to read Somotitnes ho thought his daughters hand Russoll lost sight entirely of tho fact that ho had inndo no Tho benevolent old gontlc proposal man terminated the interview with hearty handshako and boforo Russoll recovered tho uso of his vocal organs tho two men were out upon tho street l I G 5 Hl whore confidential discussion was not possible Whatever may havo boon tho subject Ray selected for his remarks on tho way to tho yacht they sell far short of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - members of the Congregational church in this country and that more than one fifth live in Massachusetts which thus heads the list The average of benevo- Â¬ lent contributions is highest in Minne-Â¬ apolis Minn A ook and tract society on a pan denominational basis has been formed in Singapore for the printing and clrcu lntiun of Christim literature in Malay- sin whotherin English Chinese Tamil Malay or any of the other numerous 1 It is said that fiOU8J2 persons are through his brain said ho at last ho is a deserving fellow but without somo holp his genius will never bo known The man whom Russell had in mind was tho janitor of a down town building a young follow with about as much idea of pootry as a wooden Indian Rut na Â¬ ture had given him an ideal exterior tho long hair tho thin hungry looking visago and tho eyes which forever fixed themselves on vacancy Russell had often remarked what a perfect ploturo of tho traditional poet this man was Tho yearning look in his eyes might havo expressed tho craving of genius for tho ideal but in reality it was tho hardened expression of covetousness A moro matter-of-fac- t hard fisted tm romnntic pursuer of tho glittering dol- Â¬ lar it would havo been impossible to im- Â¬ agine In tho building whero ho worked ho was known as Cupid on account of I know tho man languages here represented Ulus- trated Christian Weekly Of tho 1100000 Lutheran vomrnu nicants in tho United States about The re- three fourths are German nro Scandinavians English mninder etc In no fewer than twelve lan guages do Lutheran pastors preach the T Gospel in this country The t itul num ber of ministers is G02 churches Â¬ Â¬ 704S Â¬ SMmm wy 73 ous nonsense for him to read at tho so- Â¬ cietys meetings After mature deliber-Â¬ ation ho decided to lot Alico into tho secrot partly becauso ho did not liko tho idea of deceiving hor and partly be- Â¬ cause ho doubted his ability to do so It required somo persuasion to bring her to consent but at last sho entered fully into tho plot and helped Russell to concoct tho soulful mess for Cupid to read Ills first appearance and tho poem woro an immense success llo read a twenty lino wail called Dust and Ashes a title suggested to Russell by tho follows occupation Tho girls woro in rapturo and it was immediately decided that tho poot must read beforo a larger audionco during the following weok Tho socie- Â¬ ty would issue about fifty invitations and begin at onco its work of introduc- Â¬ ing the poet Russoll was semewhat alarmed at tho success of his joke but ho determined to carry it as far as it would go Tho preparation of tho poem however was a work of considerable magnitudo and with Alice he spent a groat many hours digging out the verses Alico proved to be remarkably clever at this sort of work and together they evolved a sad narra Â¬ tive of disappointed affection with a climax which cast a genera1 blight ovor tho faco of nature It wasnt so bad aftor all and when tho society and its guests swallowed tho production for a work of genius and overwhelmed Cupid with congratulations tho real authors wero not only amused but flattered Thoy had been taken in by thoir own pro- Â¬ duction no less than tho others Cupid in reply to a hundred questions told tho lie which had been prepared for him by Russell with a faco as sombor as tho opening of a hard winter and tho two conspirators got no end of fun out of his stolid bearing in the midst of his hon- Â¬ ors All sorts of ridiculouu plans for getting him into favor wero proposed and Russell foresaw that ovontually Cupid would havo to disappear or bo dis- Â¬ When tho exposuro should covered finally come Russoll feared that hlsown disappearance too would boa necessary condition of safety Rut Cupid had to bo provided with ono moro poom and Alico and Russoll were hard at work upon It ono ovening in early November in tho library of tho Rays Alico had not been quito woli and she sat in a big chair beforo an opon flro playing tho protty invalid Thoro was nn nir of languor about hor whioh was happily all that remained of hor illness It was immensely becoming Russell thought and the firelight flash Â¬ ing upon her palo cheeks gavo hor a fascination which well nigh ovorcamo his resolution Ry a hard strugglo of tho will ho kopt his mind fixed upon tho poom and he mado a note now and thon upon a writing pad in his hand loaning toward tho firo for light Â¬ his cupidity Russells plan was to biro this man to personate a poet and to wri to preposterÂ¬ The king of Shun has settled an annual allowance of JLSOO upon tho three young sons of the late Dwiglit Hradley son of the early missionary Mr Hradley was in tho Dr Hradley government service at Hungkok The king has also sent a gift to Jen Hootli toward the prosecution of his schemes in England Two Japanese young men gradu ated from American universities this year with honors One is Mr Kozaki of Harvard divinity school and the oth er is Masayoshi Takaki of Syracuse university who has been selected by the seniors for the oration His com- mand of English composition is said to be excellent The receipts of the American board of commissioners for foreign missions for the first ten months of its financial or an increase over year are SoSI last year of Ui2i7 for the same period Recnuse of this increase tho committee has already appropriated nu for the relief of some of extra the moro urgen t appeals from the Held The Quakers are not dying out after all A decline in their member ship in Great Hritain began before the end of the last Mitury and continued down to 1S00 but since that date they have been incre ing In 1801 thero Â¬ Â¬ t lli Â¬ S00 Â¬ -- ers at meeting bince tliat yenr there has been an i icrcase of about 100 or 200 every year and the figures for ISOO were 158J0 members nnd 0110 at- Â¬ tendees wero 11081 memb - and 5 OH attend- - The Supremo Council of Hygiene of Austria has been engaged in lis- cussing the advantages of erect as com- otlicial report of Drs von Reuss and iioren points strongly in favor of tho former According to the London Edu-- pared with slanting writing and the J v cation Times they point out that tho direction of the written characters bus a marked influence on the position of the body In straight writing tho scholar faces bis work and is spared the twist of the body and neck which is always observable in those who write slantwise and one common caUse of spinal curvature is thus obviated The erect method is therefore ex- pressly recommended for use in schools j in preference to tho ordinary bloping lines THE FRENCH COOK AT HOME r TO Hi CONTINCKDl son-in-la- w Conitlilernte ltrldzot night Rridgot Rridgot Suro mum cant I mako tho biscuits for supper this avoning for Im invited to a ball givon by tho Gravo Dlggors Association and mo hands aro always so whlto and nloo afthor Ivo mado biscuits Toxas Sittings Th Morn tho Merrlar IIo who has iust been accepted Da you bollovo In long engagements Chicago Widow No proor short ones and thoughtfully plenty of them Life Mrs Manhattan Roach You must mako biscuits for supper to morrow lft rtfe u J- - yf French domestic considers hers by right One is her allowance of wine Just so many bottles three and a half quarts per week of tho vin ordinairo must be provided or there would bo a strike As this is tho mire wine of tho country costing from seventy five cents to a dollar and a half per dozen most likely watered but not alcoholic thero is no fear of intoxication with this small qunutity A second privilege which is hers is the cinq per cent or tho commission of ono sou on every frnncgrunted to the i cook by all tho tradesmen with whom j her mistress deals Tho coal merchant tho grocer tho butehor and the milk- - j man all ungrudgingliug bestow this money on tho cook when tho bills are i paid at the end of each month pour j tcuir la pratique She is thon supposed to inter jst herself in tholr behalf to di- root tho custom to their shops This i is quito a lucrativo business for hor for in n family whore tho living ex Â¬ penses eomo up to three hundred dollars a mouth her gains would amount to fifteen dollars which meaiib much moro in Franco than in America Tho morning meal of tho domestic consists simply of black cofloo with sugar and bread without butter but if you should give her n dinner without soup nnd n salad of some kind she would feel ill treated Sho will make this same salad for herself out of most anything that is loft ovor a few slices of beet tho outside leaves of the lettuce cold boiled potatoes or even few tllllldnlirm lnnrits lint Kulld 81 must have Fannie a W Barbour 1 Chuutnuquan Â¬ Ccrtuln rrlvllcups Which Aro Freely Ar- corded II or There are a few privileges which a aV - jj i yrSBr1 yr AGRICULTURAL HINTS THE LEAF CRUMPLER Wlilrli May itrnctlvo ISrtnlIy Kept In Check llow rtvor I Durinjr tho winter nn1 spring months nn often finds upon the twigs of vn- J rjous frntt trees musses of dry brown wfl1t1ltn1- II llimr llrlltl1llrt M CftVt iii ease If one of these eases be tubula carefully cub open it will be found to contain a brownish worm or euterpil lur about half un inch long This Inject Is the lesvf erumpler and it often becomes one of tho most Injurious of orchard pests The adult insect is a Inncot -- Â¬ small grayish moth that appears dur Jng June or inly and deposits eggs on the various trees that serve as food plnnts for tho larviu Tliese include the apple quince and possibly the the peach as well as both the wild and but the fats increased thus producing cultivuted varieties of the cherry plum a larger yield of butter In one ex periment there was fed hay corn meal and wheat bran with the following results Milk per day UO lbs 7 ozs milk for 1 lb butter 218 lbs butter per day 114 ozs per cent of water in butter 1271 In the second period linseed meal was substituted for the corn meal otherwise tho ration was the same as in period one Milk per day 20 lbs 1 oz milk per L lb butter 1U2 lbs butter per day IS ozs per KIO 1 via cent of water in butter 12iiV A slight and crab apple From these eggs there falling oil in milk but 5 1 lbs less milk hoon hatch small brownish worms that required for a pound of butter From experiments made the follow construct tubulin- - silken cases Fig 1 within which they remain concealed ing conclusions are drawn That the As they grow larger chemical composition of foods does not when not eating they draw about the opening of their always show their relative feeding Iflauoncs many piruuuy uiuuii leaves so value as butter producers That some lmt by autumn there is quite a bunch grain foods increase the yield of milk surrounding each case Fig 2 At without increasing the fat in the milk the approach of cold weather the cases That some foods diminish tho milk are attached to the twigs by means of yield but increase the butter fats That the larviu frequently linseed meal produces less milk than silken threads gnawing away the tender bark to in corn meal but more butter That the sure a ilrm hold and thus the winter is butter produced under linseed meal feed contains an excess of olien there passed As soon in spring as the leaves begin fore is soft and oily That the best to nppear the larviu attack them fre- Â¬ butter was produced when a combina quently eating out the llower buds as tion of several of these foods was fed well The front part of a larviu is seen together in Fig They continue feeding and AMONG THE POULTRY growing until sometime in June when Av overgrown excessively fat fowl they become pupiu pupating within the eases About a fortnight later the is a nuisance moths emerge and thus tho life cycle A iittik stimulating food will not is completed The perfect insect is come amiss in moulting season bhown at Fig 4 somewhat enlarged Yorxo turkeys will lay more eggs than old ones but they will be smaller Ik young turkey hens are to be kept for breeding select out the best of the tA W iZ5rs5rfesftfJ earliest hatched Tin best table fowls are the games Cochins lloudans Krnhmas Lang shuns Wyandottes and Dominiques Tjiiii is no diiVerencu in any respect between chickens hatched in an incu 3 4 no rid bator and those hatched under a hen Fortunately there are several species Tin best breeds for eggs are Leg of parasites that help to keep this in horns Minoreas lloudans Spanish sect in cheek In young orchards the Iolands llamburgs and Andalusians larval eases are easily picked oft dur- Yoi xu gece that havo not yet com uing winter They may then be burned pleted their growth should be fed liber- Â¬ or what is probably better carried to ally from now on until they are ready u considerable distance from their food to market plants and lefl on the ground thus al Â¬ CUiiiAon makes a good green feed lowing the parasites to develop and es- Â¬ for winter All the small unmarkota cape Tho leaf crumpler larviu are also blo heads should bo gathered up and liable to destruction by spraying with stored away paris green or London purple and may Vuin pigeons are kept in small easily be held in check in this way In yards care must be taken to keep an orchards regularly sprayed for the cod even number An odd male will cause lin moth this as well as other continual trouble apple pests will rarely prove louiTitv of any kind intending to bo troublesome Not only should all the dressed before sending to market should larval cases possible be picked oil dur be kept from food for twenty four ing winter but spraying should be hours before killing commenced early also The larviu are It is not a good plan to keep pullets moie easily and profitably destroyed and old hens fat and lean hens till towhile young and tender and before gether They do not require the same they havo done much damage to the food and will do better separate leaves and llower buds One great rea Â¬ Eoo iiolXD hens or persistent cases son why fruit growers often fail to of croup rarely pay for the trouble re Â¬ keep insect as well as fungus enemies quired to cure The hatchet in a ma in cheek is because they neglect the jority of cases is the cheapest remedy spraying until the harm is done American Agriculturist HANDY HARNESS HOOK Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FEEDING FOR MILK KITecl or Vurloin Fcvla on Milk and Ilut tcr Traduction Tho experiment Rtntton at Geneva N Y has been trying tho effects of various feeds upon milk and butter production The bulletin says While wheat bran has been a good milk producer yet when fed without other grain it has been found Inferior to corn meal but In combination with other grain foods It has given better results than when fed alone The but ter was inferior to that produced on corn meal being much lighter colored not so good grain and containing a less percent of olein Of till foods thus far experimented with linseed meal proved itself tho greatest butter producer The milk yield Invariably fell off when we sub stituted linseed meal for corn meal Â¬ In 1813 Algiers one of tho IJarbary Wnt dont you try Cartora Little Liver powors declared war against tho United Fills 1 Thoy are a posltlvo euro for sick ills produced states captured American vessels and headache and all tho ouo pdl a dose by dis ordered liver Only reduced tho crows to slavery Tho samo Stephen Decatur who as lieutenant Tnr bopk ngent lllto tho nntlors finds burned tho Philadelphia waa sent to ttmtwuul luu a wonderful ofTect oa his tho Mediterranean sea In 1815 as canvas Youkora SUitcmmm commodore of a squadron Ilo captur-Â¬ Cunr your couch with Ilaloa Ilonoy of ed tho chief vessels of tho Dey and Horohound ami Tnr forced that prlnco to rclcaso his prison- Â¬ Pike a Toolhuoho Drops Curo In onomluute ers and to como on board tho commo- Â¬ T7nnN n man nulls down a nhado and dores ship and sign a treaty Tho jorks it off tho roller ho goU a curtain United States never afterward putd turo Oswego Pulludlum tribute to nny of tho plrato powers Kxcurnloiifi to the South D will sell harvest ex Tho C LI cursion tickets from all stations Oct 14 to points In Florida Virginia Louisiana Tennessee Kentucky Oeorgin Alaba ma and Mississippi atonofaro for the round trip Tho tickets will bo good going Oct 14 nnd returning nny timo within thirty days from dtvto of 6alc Ask your local agent for tickets via Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ pnair50 nn r 00 m W Kv V 25QZ25 HiiMw VkikikikikiB ft LADIES 200yfl78 Fon BOY 1 ll I17C tV SBMBBHBRIiBBEiV ft AJ M - Qj X THE W L DOUGLAS S3 SHOE cenKaen SHOE BEST IN THE WORLD FOR THE MQNEYf G H Cormick D G or address K 0 Me P T Agt Cincinnati 0 GENTM5MEN nnd LADIES faro yourUol Tliey lnrs bv wearing V h Douglns Shod meet tno want of nil claitei anil aro tho mot economical footwcnr ever offered for tho money llownro of dealers who offer other mnkci as be Ing Jut ns rooiI ami bo sum you hato W 1 DoiirIiu Shots wlthnamo and price stamped oa bottom W L Douglas Itrockton Mass CITTAKE NO 8UU8TITUT1 Insist on local adrcrtlicd denlen supplyius you Jd Trua clrcumstanco aihls wcipht to tho stop 1 am about to talco remarked tho con vlct as ho glanced down at his chain uud ball Baltimore American Tho Only Ono Kvor Printed Can You Find IT IM- - iTi COPVUIGMT 1091 Ylr s A sense of fullness Â¬ LITTLE r Â¬ Â¬ other troubles after catinc Not Then you need a Pellet ono of tho ordinary grijping tear ing pills itu a siekness 111 itself to take them But ono of Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets tho original Liver Pill tho smallest and tho easiest to take Tho easiest in tho way thoy work too theyre mild and gentle but thorough and effective Every part of tho system feels their healthThoy eleanso and ful influence lrogrcfls regulate tho liver stomach and bowIt is very important la this njjo of vast els licfulutc mind you They material progress that a remedy ho pleas- prevent disease as well as cure it ing to the taste and to tho cyo easily taken acceptable to tho stonmcli and healthy in Us Thoyro purely vegetable and perfect- Â¬ nature and effects PoHhCsslng these qualities Syrup of Figs is tho ono porfect luxa ly harmless Sick Headache Bilious Headache Constipation Indigestion tivo and most geutlo diuretic known and all derangements of tho liver Somk of tho trouserings exhibited In tho windows of tho importing tailor tiro stomach and bowels are promptly 1 loud that you can almost hour them pant relieved and permanently cureil nnd 11 1 tho Word Thero is a H inch display advertisement In this papor this wcolc whicti tins no two words aliko except one word Tho samo is truo of each new ono an caring each week from Tho Dr Iiartcr Medlcino Co This houso places Crescent on ovorythlug thev iimo ami publish Look for it send them tho minio of tho word and thoy will return you book beautiful lithographs or samples free Do you Sun Snolto Without Thinking know Miss llonoydow cr Dolly you are Oh tlo fiiat jiirl 1 havo ever kissed thats just what ilioy all say Lifo 1 m LIVER PILLS DO NOT GRIFK NOR KICKEX 8ur eura for SICK HEAD- - ACIIK impiirfd aiKiimconiii- patlontoriui BlHliUH lncynroui tlnrii Msglful ffTcct on Rlct- tievAaiulblniiaer connuir Ulllnui licrvonn illrt- utal Daily AOTioH YkUETAiiLC Â¬ Â¬ Mood Uenutlfy Â¬ Â¬ The doia li nirrlr biIJuiImI to nilt cntr m ono pllt en rontslm Ai rttrlr1 Inrh rcrr lie too tniieli pencilvial11uIiich4 mmtrtingrtnt pocket Ills lead Taken rmtcr thin near hoMQTtry conxtilcnee vclicro All Rcntilno Roodt IxurCrccciit 8ctul 2 ccnt itninn You get S3 paGe took with lampt DR HARTER MEDICINE CO SI Louis Mo 1unntY romploxlon by nortfylnjt vt GOLD MBDAL PARIS 107a y BAKER COS Smith Gray 3 Fon twenty fivo Littlo Liver Pills tho best llvor egtilutor in satisfaction the world Dont forget this One pill u dose turned 1 Cos Monthly Thoyro tho cheapest pill you can onts you can get Carters buy for thoyro guaranteed to givo or your money is Breakfast Cocoa re- Â¬ You pay only for tho good you A watch wheel is usually modest on its ravols It prefers to go round iu cog Bal- got timore American This is true only of Dr Pierces A skatcu box Sparring exhibltlov medicines Op thumb experience lack Horner Ornaments ou -- of tho childrehS reach IIeyoxd the Ilrcakcrs A oiX is lllto a mulo when loaded ll kicks N Y ilonild it is over- Â¬ n Bunxixn kisses necessarily spark Pittsburgh Dispatch Im dun 1 follow Â¬ Â¬ as tho poor follow said when Columbus lio opened tho business latter Post Â¬ Ax Infallible Ucoipe What to do to tain white hands nothing July ob- Â¬ Tun bad debtor is generally a man of Columbus Tost considerable note Times Its odd that by devoting all her Browning a girl can got pule tlmo to Chicago Â¬ Â¬ A uhn on ti farm doesnt minglo in pro miscuous society nlio has her own exclu sive sot Turns Siltliigs leaf-eatin- g Â¬ Fooo says a fierce thunderstorm reminds htm of an onion It is peal on peal Boston Transcript Do you know Mrs Gossip is a very re Yes what indeed liable woman Baltimore American ever she says goes Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tnr man with a cork leg a glass eye falso teeth and a borrowed reputatiou is a man of parts Dallas News said tho man wheso Tins coat ripped up tho back- Washington Star Iuath Gorman to stranger who stepped Miuo front 1 know initio rcot on his foot vns mont to po valkcd on but dot brlviloge Yalo Record potongs to ma Is uusoamly Â¬ whatlike molasses having thiclcened in Jlut more than this it has lost part of that fragrant aroma and exquisite taste which it before pos Â¬ sessed These Important qualities can all be retained according to Jlritish lleo Journal by a simple process w men consists in covering tno noney nlKiitto bo subjected to heat with JKlinlf I li I 1113 Ulinii iii tliun Ulr UUlll Willll anil tho whole of the acid portion if 1 any on ton of the granulated honey should be removed previous to placing the cold water on After melting there appears about the same quantity of water on top as when pluced on at rfit When the honey has been allowed to cool down to a lukewarm condition lift water covering should be poured ff Honey that was originally clear ml has become thick and cloudy by Ing melted without the covering of wtcr will not niter if melted again melting 1 Olio That Can lie Mutlo from Strip of 1ronervliiK Tlqunllcd Honey Worn AVnijoii Tlr 1nder the ordinary plan of liquuly- far too many farmers instead of ing honey the product is sticky some hanging up tins harness and collars ly after being used throw them upon the chances tiro that they are temporarily thrown across tho division between the stalls All of this careless and shiftless way of doing business is eas ily avoided by having plenty of strong iron or wooden hooks placed in some convenient part of the wagon house Always avoid hanging harness in the floor across the wagon seat upon benches and if in tho stable the To morrow is your birth Mn Bimus day Maria would you like a surprise Certainly I do wish you Mrs Hillus Boston would get up and start tho llro Courier tutsctimsi For two years I suffered terribly Buyinj with stomach trouble and was for 4 all that time under treatment by a physician He finally after trying pf your everything said stomach was about worn out and that I would have to Wzvtei cease eating solid food for a time at least I was so weak that I could Proof wilier In tho icvo lioldlnif the otno not work Finally on the recom- Â¬ IJOlH liulit tin lit ronlum n or tiny wliitu elm lTlMTlllKIU IH Il UIIIIIICII HIS WIIKTllKUl mendation of a friend who had used Tliciu ruLoiHis iii lie market tlmt look very nko Wo wiiniint nl tVrrv your preparations but will leukIMPRUVCDciim Flet Bratjd Towcr5to liu liter ticlit nt every Â¬ SHclcr leam ami A worn out with beneficial reuUo utet nmt sults I procured a ettry white eltt iitrn tnot to vet oruny Clicker mukti jjood untlmrio mir ill point Stomach bottle of August Hint lulls In ellier lor tlio Soft Woolen Collar WitiHt Out fllw hlth lliilnil Trait ll rl Flower and comDoctorj Ass menced using it It seemed to do fl J TOWCR mimwwmmmrmKwm0mm me good at once I gained in iTOr lAnTPiinniip self rriNG strength and flesh rapidly my apiMruonuttno shaderollers Bcwaro of Imitations petite became good and I suffered NOTICE no bad effects from what I ate I Of f VflV LABEL feel now like a new man and con- Â¬ AUTOGRAPH aiid tier THEGENUINE sider that August Flower has entirely cured me of Dyspepsia in its im worst form Jamks K Duduuick Saugertics New York OR W B Utsey St Georges C A ROBBERccalo uiont THIEF who tolls yoo I bettor than tho lying writes I have used your August bh gospel truth that tlio Flower for Dyspepsia and find it an Jones 60 5 Ton Wagon Scale excellent remedy August Flower rtrcnctlicnlng Casiit nnd odmlrnbly adapted for Invalid nioKiiTni ua welt oa for pomoni In licullh Sold by Oroceri uicryuhorc Uhliiif II im 1 111 m 11 I abnttlutcly pura unci it t soluble No Chemicals nro used In preparation It It from which tho cxcei of oil Jin been removed hna more 1 ii 11 1 strtngth of Cocoa mixed with Starch Arrowroot or Buur and in tlicreforo fnr nioro eco- nomlcnl cotltug let than on than thrtt tlmtt tn centacup It Uilcllclouw nour- - W BAKER Before vs C0o Dorchester Maso t COAT IIMI 11 Â¬ Â¬ m rfrt Â¬ jwm hartshorni ife mi Tnr VS n not n rtandard oenlo nnd ciitmlto any For f rco book and prlcu lint uddrutw tiiiulo DO NALD KENNEDY Of Roxbury Joucs of Blngliaraion Binghamton NY UAV HPiCD Â¬ SssssssssS S Swifts Specific s S S S S A Mass Nrf says I v Ilfii t m ll lLn CURED TO STAY CURED Tested Remedy for aii Arfr Old SoresJSDeep cures Horrid ScaLed Ulcers of years standing- Inward Tumors and - TCnnnnflvc Mnrlirnl DtQrnvnrv Ar 0TU M A I ilmA wAiiTtiirAntm7iirtuj H A AO lm Wo want tho name und ad- drcBu of ovory sufferer In tho U 8 und Canada Addross Ihrolil HaTciJD MhoU i nwl I PglffilltS Rend fnr PfinSiGFlS uriiik liiii Blood and Skin iJiHii s s uiW JvpS WMm w 3 s v iiomimaii hahnkss iiookb horso stable as the tainted atmos Â¬ phere destroys tho grain of tho leather tarnishes the plated portions and makes the whole sticky and disagree able to handle In the accompanying Illustration sent by 1a I Snook of Yates county X Y tho figures II 1 II represont a very gOod form of iron hooks which enn be easily mado from strips of worn wagon tires Vlneo the rounded side up and screw them to the side of tho building or to a girt The plain hooks A A nro of cither wood or Iron and intended for tho col- Â¬ lars asltls not best to hang tho col- Â¬ lars on the same hook with tho bridleÂ¬ and harness unless the hook bo of ex tra length American Agriculturist Diseases fula and Skin Cancer Aa a tonic for delicate Women and Children It has no equal Being purely vegetable is harm Â¬ less in its cflects A trcatlws on Illood an1 fikln Dis eases mailed niEE on nppllcailou Â¬ A reliable curo for Contagious Blood Poison Inherited Scro- Â¬ With T it 7 not too early to endeavor to Im- upon tho mind that if tho cows rwi turned into tho stalk fields this Hi without tho utmost caro tho us 1 number of dead cows will bo the tesult is w SssssssssS WILIi CUHK s s s Druugiats Sell It SWIFT SPECIFIC Drawer 3 Atlanta CO ua s s s s s s s s 40 Inrontnrl lulrlBnrnnw tiiflhtnln aPatont Stud tor foljreitof riNllN nnd HOUM V 1A W - WA8HDJ0T0W JATRIOK OTAIlRELt 0 nrXAUt mn IAncintrj every disease of the skin exm cept Thunder Humor and Send at once for our Catalogue aoo tel tnonlals C N Newcomb Davenport Iowa Cancer that has taken root riailOIUriw rrvnt to years Bxpurlencf fee for In QnilQinUQ Millllre disabled Iivfr JtffOllaiCU ITsiklaflun Price 150 Sold by every M ytB TUU fArLlltm UaIMMUUt UtUsStl 0 rOBITlVELY CURtt by II II Druggist in the U S and RUPTURE Itions flthi NunU forrlruii r tow cinclnnailO UTCfl AOKNT8 althtr ex feoodn aoll at lht Canada only lfrn CU liommiy tlmin capital rviUirt AUilreti of Commerce Chicago t Il1AXICOIUI1lUiiil GRATEFUL COMFORTING rAILHIHlJ uiMmma Of Â¬ W A IT Ai m I BiliLlil I HOXfl M 4 iU VW 111 111 Elys Cream Balm EPPSS COCOA i L Beason if iuK U0 l liero when cow is compelled to stay out all night she will never givo as lilt Mr no clio linn litin rtltwr until calves again fi0on wll T I 1 is vy -- at tho holidays that tho large turkeys sell tho best at other IDS a - uiuuiuiUWOigiib wm uruiy n Ml prices per pound mm Ma ItAHukflS DH r AJ if M Children OP CATAUISII ELvnU08WWrren8tNV Applr Rnlm Into each nontrll CUKKD wltlila IS dr No TArrtHO a xtw nt KIIT rnm paciage cmu recelolor sc tnr eultiM tummi irel4t M klto - DROPSY Ml il Oatamh Dl nofi8r m W uueuilUTJ OLP u4 OMM lly n thorouKh knowledgo of the naturnl litwi which Roreru tlio oparnllon of aivasuun ana nu iriiiou anil by it euro fit I npnllcntlon of thtt Una proitTtKn uf iTell fllfCtel Cocoa Mr Kmim Iias iiruviiimi mr breakfast tables with a dolfoatolr Hii vim reil bevornuo which mar save us nianr heavy doctor bill It Is by the Judicious u of mcli artlclos of diet Unit a constitution mar ba uraduah every ton r built up until atrnnif unoutrti to nency to itisuase Hundred nt subtle maladies ara Hon I In if around un rendy to attack wherever thero mi m wak point We mir atcapa wany a fatal ihaft by keeping ournelves welt fortltled with pure blood VMt UrHt4 nnd n properly nourlafcvd trauia simply with feotttM wawr r Milk 8W Mada nl In half pound Uls ly Urotf UmIUhI ItitMi CO JAMES EPPS BREAKFAST IJIl1UX4liilMX3Il tbavo weak lungsor sumption i atUMtillva and peopleAMtaj shouklwMi lltoeyurefor h otakd vdone Itlanot It la we ihhii eougu ayrup Bow ovarrwHern trwBsHHd it has not Injur bad It hai Hred rfsl ANK WHKN K JtHVERTiaJtlvB ifea aftll sVA10 i8eK A AMmAImMMMM Lls i a I AaaAjsj HfrW fami tCmiAmA Kt - ilVall WNITIN8 V rlJUtrtC Lfitt J Sf t w i M W SmhmIm KHr AiciitiM Time tttaokioH Cnl Oct 51 titmt nt Knocked From IIIx Homo William Craft ex county survoyor of Magoffin County was last week struck on tho back of the head with a rock thrown by Wiley Adams and ho is not expected to livo Mr Craft was on his horso at tho time aud received additional injuries in falling Ho is an old man having passed his threo score and ten years and it is thought his wounds will prove fatal Adams was indicted at this term of the Magoffin circuit court for selling a school Aycrs Pills aro an invaluable remedy Consumption Cured of which ho was trustee aud ho accused for all diseases of the stomach liver and An old physician retired from practice having had placed in his hands by Craft of being instrumental in securing bowels This medicine should be kept an East India missionary tho formula of tho indictment Craft admitted that he in every family was and tho blow followed Adams had h Bimfjloegctablo remedy for the speedy When M E McHenry drove Altar in and permanent cure of Consumption not been arrested at last accounts 216V at Cambridge City it made tho Bronchitis Catarrh Asthma and all If parents who havo children subject sixth horse that ho has given a record Throat and Lung Affections also a posi to croup would tako tho advico of Hose below 217 this year As a pair of dri- Â¬ tive and radical cUre fol Nervous Debil- Â¬ Swango they would nover bo without a vers Williams and McHenry take the ity and all Nervous Complaints after bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy blue ribbon Kentucky Stock Farm having tested its wonderful curativo pow Â¬ in tho houso It will not only cure ers in thousands of cases has felt it his croup but will prevent it if used as soon America now possesses a genuine king duty to make it known to his hu fieri ng as tho first symptoms appear which can of its own in Allerton tho brown stal- Â¬ fellows Actuated by this motive and a always bo done if tho Remedy is kept at lion from Iowa Tho best part of it is desiro to reliove human suffering I will at hand that tho king is a product of the West send frco of chargo to all who desiro it and has a typical Western prime minisMore Uncord JtrcakiiiK nt Stockton Cnl this recipe in German French or EngÂ¬ Two moro worlds records were broken ter Kansas City Times lish with full directions for preparing on tho Stockton track last week A Palo Tho universal opinion scorns to be that and using Sent by mail by addressing Alto yearling Boll Bird driven by Mar- Â¬ Nancy Hanks was not dear at 45000 with stamp naming this papor W A vin went against her record of 227 and Noyes 820 Powers Block Rochester that barring accidents J Maleomb aud mado the mile in 2201 Her quar- Â¬ Forbes of Boston will find that his N Y yl ters were 27 114 151 and 22GJ She mcuoy is well invested Kentucky Stock A Rtrango Death at Hartford did not make a skip in tho mile Farm Grovor Fiolden a farmer near Buford Marvin then drovo Arion by Eleca villago in Ohio county had a tooth tioneer against his record of 215 and Aristldos bay horso 5 by Red Wilkes extracted a fow daya ago which caused mado tho milo without a skip finishing dam Monio West by Almnnt who sold an abscess Ho continued to attend to strong in 2 14 J Arion is a yearling last spring for 4900 changed hands a business until Thursday afternoon when fow days ago for 10000 ho went to tho houso and said to his wife Lieutenant Governor Alford is a graduate and endorser of tho Com Â¬ that ho was suffering so ho would bo BROWNS IRON Bl ITERS mercial College of Kentucky University Cure Indigestion IllUpiunckS Dyspepsia Mai compelled to lie down Having done rln NorvoiMiiPos and General Debility Physithis his wife left tho room but soon Lexington Ky which received Gold cians recommend It All dealers null It Genuine has trade mark and crowed red Hues on wrapper heard him making a peculiar noise and Medal at Worlds Exposition Wiliiuh It Smith Pres wont to 8co what was the matter When alio reached tho bedsido bIio found him At tho great Belmont sale in Now lying as if asleep Failing to arouse him OLLEGIATE York recently when St Blaiso tho stal INSTITUTE sho called to a neighbor pausing by but lion was put up tho first bid cried was Of Central University he too failed to arouso him from his Ono hundred thousand said 50000 JACKSON KENTUCKY apparent slumber Ho nover arose again Charles Reed tho Tennesseo turfman It Is thought that he died of suffocation Situation beautiful and healthful large or strangulation caused by tho abscess That knocked the 50000 fellow out and two story brick building a faculty of coin- tho great horse has been shipped to his lutvMit and experienced teachers Primary Special Notice new home Mr Recti has since refused and intermediate departments all common Accndemio and collegiate de branches Arrangements havo been mado with 125000 for his purchase partments Higher English Natural and Mental Sciences Latin Greek German Altho various railroads in the Stato which Mkghimink tho only permanent curo gebra Geometry Surveying Ac Full Nor will onablo tho delegates attending tho mal Course arranged especially for the Stato meeting of the Farmers and La Â¬ for all forms of headache and neuralgia thorough training ot teachers Business giving practical instruction in bust borers Union at Elizabethtown Ky relieves tho pain in from 15 to 20 min- Â¬ Courseforms and calculations commercial liens utes For sale on positivo guarantee at law penmanship type writing Ac Musical Novombor 10 to get one and one third aud piano Hoth sexes faro that Is when you get your ticket Thk HrKAin ollice or sent jxwtpaid by department organ students carefully guard mall on receipt of price 50 cents a box admitted moralHof you will get a certificate from tho agent ed courses of study complete and thorough Session of 1801 2 opens Tuesday Sept 1st showing that you havo paid one full Henry J Brown of East Saginaw irFor circular giving hill information fare this will onablo you to get a return Michigan owns a three year old Pkok M l MAHION Secy Recorder address Jackson Ky ticket for one third faro Dont fail to colt that recently trotted a milo in 225 L 11 Blanton D 1 Chancellor get a certificate when you buy your the last quarter In 33 seconds and this ticket Fraternally yours with only ten weeks handling Ho will B S SON B P Davis Stato Sec bo given a public record this fall Successors to J A La Jt Co Papers friendly to tho Order ploaso copy 71 K Main LEXINGTON V Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 0 the above dutp Marvin redeemed bin promte mid put Sunol over the kite shaped track nt Stoeton Col beating tho bet tlmo of MhuiI S by a clean half Tho morning opened bright niul wcond with very little wind blowing sunny At 11 oclock the temperature was 70 degrees and there whh a light breeze Marvin left his hotel at half blowing past 0 oclock for tho truck lie wild ho had made up his mind not to speed Sunol unless all tho conditions were favorable oven if ho got no show against time this season All through tho afternoon it looked bad but about 6 oclock the wind died down and only a gcntlo breeze was felt Tho track was in line condition and Mar vin decided that the conditions could never bo more favorable He had the maro rubbed down carefully and when she camo out sho looked less nervous than usual Nono of tho usual trials wore needed for on tho first attempt Marvin nodded and was off Tho maro mado great time going the first quarter in 31 j seconds Nothing could exceed tho beauty of her pace Sho moved like a machino and Marvin sat liko a statuo Tho samo oven beautiful pace was main tallied to the half which all timers marked at 104 fiat When this was announced it looked bright for breaking tho record At tho half tho flying maro was mot by tho running mate whoso presenco seemed to encourugo her and ho passed tho three quarter polo in 137 Then Marvin began to urge her and with tho runner doing his best to koep up sho mado tho last quarter the fastest of tho mile As she rushed down tho stretch the men who woro holding watches on tho great test ald Shell break tho record and they were right for when the great young maro passed under tho wiro hundreds of watches clicked as they stopped at 208 half a second better than the tecord held for so many years by Maud S who is also owned by Robert Homier tho proud owner of tho present queen of tho turf 1802O1M third heat 32J l0r 138J 211 Hal Pointer is a Tennesse horse and sold as a big favorite in the Kols on tho first heat selling for 100 against 35 for Direct Hal Pointer ami Direct nt NuaIivIINs At tho Cumberland Patk track Oct 21 Hal Pointer suffered defeat in three straight heats the matchlew California pacer Direct showing him his heels with easo The tlmo of the second heat was tho best over made in a race in harness lowering Pointers record lialf a second Neither broke In either heat and moved like clock work all the way around Direct leading nearly all the way The quarters were First Heat 32 1 011 1041 l38tf 210 second hent 82 -- MORGAN COUNTY There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together and until the last 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 Halls Catarrh Curo manufactured by F J Co Toledo Ohio is the only Cheney constitutional curo on tho market It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a tcaaiwotif til It acta directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho system Thoy ofler one hundred dollars for any caso it fails to cure Send for circulars aud testimonials Address F J CHENEY Sold by druggists 75 cents CO Toledo O Involutions BB saaL mm x ill iiiiiiuinii a ill lilt i o iuiiguni iwii- venes nt Scdalln Mo November 10 MMmMm This assembly will consist principally of representatives from all parts of tho Uni Â¬ ted States These reprentatives are se- III The Boat Remdy jectetl and appointed by the Governor la this world says J Hofherr of Syracuse N Is Koenlxs Nerve Tonlo bocauie two from each Congressional district myYson Pasterwas partially paralyzed three who not ami in selecting these men the aim is to I years ago and attacked liy fits hasono had any bottlo of BTtnptouisof thetn since ha took get men of intelligence who know what Wis remedy I most nearuiy uiank lont 8r Louis Mo March a 1601 a farmer is and what he needs and arc Ileallxing the amount of good Pastor Koenfgs themselves successful farmers and do not Nerro Tonlo has doao me I fool it a duty to look crosseyed at others who have been eertify to its good qualities My nervousness was caused by liquor Habit and excessive successful in the various vocations around moklsg having been so for soveral years The them but by economy and industry seek effect of yoar medicine 1 felt immediately and before I even used whole bottle all to promote their own interest without and uneasiness hada disappeared and Itrembling felt well antagonizing oticr industries of tho sleep sound and am full ot ambition and life ouiothlng I had not aud country and in pursuance of the fore- Â¬ oonliaUy recommend boon for some timenerve it as an excellent going Governor Brown in his wisdom tattle h H lias appointed J M Pieratt as one of two A Valanble nook a Nervosa lseases sent free to say address representatives from this the Tenth and poor patients can also obtain medicine free of charge Congressional district This action of This remedy thla been prepared by the Revorend has Koealff Governor Brown will elicit tho highest Pastor prepared of Fort Wavno Ind bysince 1ST and snow tho underhls direction compliments from all who arc acquainted KOENIQ MED CO Chicago III with Mr Pioratt for a more suitable per Â¬ 8oM fey DrBglst at sjl per Bottle 6Jbr son couldnthavo been selected I should ZArreiUsa 8170 6 Bottles tor SB have stated that these reprentatives bear their own expenses which shows that 1891 1892 their motives aro good and that they are willing to sacrifice both time and money for tho class thoy represent A steer belonging to Emery Carr fell Normal and Preparatory School over a cllfT87 feet high last week Although ho is somewhat stove up he SECOND TKUM 11KGIX8 will recover MONDAY NOVEMBER 10 1891 Rev A B Stamper preached at this placo last Saturday and Sunday assisted TKACHKRS COUHSK embraces all tho Sunday night by Evangelist Leander br inches required in the Common Schools Theory and Practice a specialty Daily Lacy drills for Teachers BUSINESS COUHSK embraces the Tea W J Prater wife and daughter havo chera Course Hook Keeping llusiness been on tho sick list for some time but Forms nnd Transactions and Commercial Laws nt this writing aro rejwrted better ENGLISH COUHSK prepares for Ken G B Swango and wife wero in town tucky University and Colleges of that class- MODKHN LANGUAGES Saturday and Sunday Mr Swango left ANCIENT this morning for Frankfort Our rates ure less than anv school in Eastern Kentucky Hates of Tuition per Mouth Fonzo McGuiro and wife of West Liberty were visiting in town last week Mrs M F Dennis who was taken sick Sf Payable one half on entering School at the Fair is still on the sick list the other at middle of term Oct 20 BlUKT vti inM Kxnl pjyjjjfoi MM KENTUCKY CENTRAL RAILWAY O IIIIK CtltAHS UOUTK Ik TZsSajZlJZZAi TEZi N 3w4juy SHORTEST AND QUICKEST KOUTE FROM UENTJIAL KENTUCKY NORTH EAST WEST AND SOUTHWEST FAST LINE HETWEEN LEXING Â¬ TON AND CINCINNATI tSSrSoiiKDUii TO ALL POINTS in Effect May No 1 Dally 10 18H1 South lJotwi Cincinnati Covington i Express Fst Le ExSun Daily No 5 No i Aceom DalK- - FREE 8 10 am 8 00 pm 3 oopm 8 18 am 8 08 lii 3 0tpiu Arl 11 18 am 10 23 nm J 10pm Paris Lexington 12 lOnn 11 00 pm 7 00 pm Paris J 15 pm Le 11 5 am Winchester Ar 12 lOnn 7 05 pm 1 35 pin Richmond 7 55 pm Livingston 3 05 pm 1 50 pm Coruin MiddlcshoroiiLl 7 35 pm Cumber and Gup 7 50 pin Corhiu Le 4 50 pm illiamsburi 5 15 pm Jellico Ar 6 20 pm 1 50 pm L ltichuioiid Lancaster 4 45 pin Stanford Ar 5 20 pm Nokth Bound No 2 Daily No 4 HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY Â¬ 2 MiddlcsbHrough 6 58 am Corbin 9 25 am Livingston Ar C D S 11 05 nm Livingston Le 11 15mn Richmond Le 05 a in 12 40 pm Winchester Ar G 55 am 1 40 pm Paris 7 45 am 2 33 pm Le 7 00 am 2 00 pm 3 45 pin Lcxinutou i nri8 753 am 2 45 pm 4 25 pm Covington Ar 10 40 am 5 40 pm 0 37 pin Cincinnati Ar 10 55 am 5 50 pm ti 45 pm 5 Express Daily Le Stanford 3 i wiim Lancaster 7 50 am a a S Richmond Ar 3C 10 15am Le 22 e Jellico 8 15 am Williamsburg 8 50 am Corhiu Ar 2 a a l35am Cumbd GapLe - w 33um No G Daily Ex Sun ShS SISS J tir Up Â¬ Munson Trav Puss Agt Cincinnati Ohio S It Knott c P Atmoiik Trailic Manager Gen Pass Agt General Offices Louisville Ky S F H Moitsu Asst Gen Pass Agt Office Chamber of Commerce Building Cincinnati Ohio No 2 Daily to all pointB except Rowland Division which is daily except Sunday No 1 Runs daily from Lexington to Cincinnati No 2 Runs daily No 5 Runs daily from all stations ex HOARDING r irTherc will be no more trouble about cept the Rowland Division which Is dailv too hich board the cost of board and lodg except Sunday No 3 Daily except Sunday ing will be only 200 IKIt WKKK KVKKY No thing PUKNI8HKD We can accommodate ington 4 Daily between Cincinnati and Lex sixty boarders in our new building new Nos 2 and 0 make connections nt Win furniture and good fare The teachers live M V E D in the Dormitory nnd have the immediate chester for points on the N N No 2 Carries through cars from Cincin churge of the boarders D G Combs is the nati to Middlesborpugh nnd Cumberland caterer no better can be found Gap and nil intcrmediato stations nnd runs dailv FREE SCHOLARSHIPS Any scholars takii g first and second hon IN EFFECT MAY 18th 1891 ors on the completion of their courses in the Academy shall he entitled to u free scholarTHE- ship each in Kentucky University A free scholarship in the Academy will be awarded to one pupil from ench of the following OLD KENTUCKY ROUTE mountain counties vis Hrenthitt Clay Elliott Flowl Harlan Johnson Knott Lee i esue Lcioiter Lawrence Martin Mngolnn Newport News Mississippi Valley Co Menelee Morgan Owsley Perry Pike PowE D ell nnd Ilowau provided such arrange incuts have been made for the competitive WASHINGTON PHILADELPHIA examination bj the common school authorBALTIMORE NEW YORK ities or with their consent ns shall enable THE SEA SHORE each student of common school grades to OLD POINT And all Eastern Citica compete for the scholarship and the appli cant therefor shall bear n certificate from Tho Direct Line to the examiner that he has obtained the high est mark attained upon the examination in LEXINGTON LOUISVILLE his county ST LOUIS KANSAS CITY We would ndvise all to cnler at the be CH AIT A NOOG A MEMPH IS ginning of a term but you can enter at any And all Points West and Northwest and time and classes will be arranged South and Southwest You cannot find a better school in the mountains of Kentuokv Our rates are low Fast Fast Ml Accom our methods of teaching Normal we keep KA8T HOUND Express Daily Dally abreast with the tide of education Our pu Daily ex Sun ex Sun pils are our best advertisement We refer you to them Lexington Lc G 15pm 7 35 im 5 45pm Hanoi Green Is the prettiest town in East Winchester 7 00pm 8 23nm 7 10pm ern Kentucky free from many of ills of Mt Sterling 7 30pm 8 52am 7 45pm railway towns and those of more popula Olive Hill 0 03pm 10 40am 10 OOpui tion no saloons or harbors of temptation Ashland 10 30pm 12 15pm The people welcome strangers and influ Cuttlettsburg 10 43pm 12 28pm ences for good are thrown around them Huntington Ar 11 07pm 12 50pm All boarders will be under the supervision of the teachers Send for catalogues etc WKST HOUND W L SfOO 50 and 200 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ftttoeoe Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WM May 8 1801 H CORD PUINCIPAL Huntington Cuttlettsburg Ashland Olive Hill Mt Le Â¬ T F QAftBf Jeweler EZEL KY Â¬ 4 58pm 11 15 am 7 15 am Ar 5 30pm 12 05pm 8 05 a m Limitkd VKHTinriKD ExiUKSH runs daily and has Vestibuled Pullman Bullet Sleepeis between Louisville Lexington Washington New York and Old Point Comfort This train is made part of the celebrated Sterling Winchester Lexington 00 am 25 am 1 50pm G 37 am 3 03pm 8 20 am 4 00 am 4 32pm 10 27 am G 25 am 1 1 20pm fi G 3lpm Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ r2dP r East of Huntington on the C A O route Fast MaiiTiuins run daily except Sun day between Lexington and Huntington Make direct connections nt Huntington with C 0 At Ashland with S V Rv At Winchester with K C It R norlli ami south bound and at Lexington with L N L S and C N O A T P Railroads Lkxinoton and Oiivi Him Accomo dation dally except Sunday Connects at Winchester to and from K C points and Vn F F V Â¬ Â¬ aP STRADElt Stkkkt Watches Clocks Jewelry TJlt J -- 1 1 F LOCKIIAKT n Sore A certain wt orful about keeping their Tetter Saltcure for Chronio Uoad Eye Rheum Scald Old lwwk rtrular Bilious ami malarial Chronio Soree Fever Soree Eoaema Straight Kentucky Whiskies I It iu Jt nrm mvm urougut on oy hiiuw Itch Prairie Scratches Sore Nipple Winis Brandiis c tfc gwU Uooww torpid Anoc and Piles It is cooling end soothlag mkmfi m of trkk Pills is Hit Hundreds of oeeee have been oured by FINE OLD WHISKY A SPECIALTY that wfttd 1w rjiiml ami might pr it after all other treetmeat had failed CIGVUS AND TOBACCO Tnt ttrkAM ftkkmwif Tm mU by Bow It k put up in SO aad 00 oeat Uoxee Agents for Old lMh Old Pepper Old For mW by Roe Swango Tarr and Old Taylor b toe 1 i At thUseaaon of the year people can Ghambailaina Ey and Skin Ointment KY Wholesale Dealers in If Hasski Gkkex Ky Mas LOU DAY Proprietress Tim house has been recently refitted a rehirnMiedaiid the table is nt all times sup TEACHERS INSTITUTE PROCEEDINGS plied with the best in tho market Bates reasonable Sample room attached ami speWith a new trimming machine a modern cial rates to commercial men Patronage stapler fast Job press an ubuudaiiee of tvpe respecttUlly solicited aOly and superior workmen we are better pre Tho justly celebrated pared to print Institute Proceeding than any office In Eastern Kentucky Please trivo Perrvlaii steel nenn us your orders HPKNCKU COOPKU aro wild at thin ofllco at 10 centa a doon Kdltor Herald Hazel Green Ky and the beat pencil in town at fc apiece CrW DENTIST ItU L S It 11 ror Louisville at Lexington For full information in regard to Ruto Routes etc apply to anv Agent of this or connecting lines or to II E HtNTINOTOV C L Hhown V P aud O M O P A LKXIXdTOy KY G W Rauxi y W S Hauiukox j A Lcxinutou Kv G A Ashland Kv DAY HOUSE EZEL ICY Â¬ Â¬ 1 warn t- -