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IVf L SPENCER COOPER Owner and Editor Hazel Green HERALD B Of a Noisy World With Nowa From AH Nations LumbYing at His Bnok Sl00 A YEAK Alwy In Adynno ghreat BANKRUPT o SEVENTH YEAH HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER U 1891 NUMBER 33 WE DO THE STATE SUNSHINE AND SHADOW SALE OF o- - o0 CLOTHING i - 06frofrfe0ofrfr c90 50 DENTSDOLLARJ No Fire Stock No Damaged Goods But the entire stock of a large wholesale clothing house recently failed in New York We purchased the goods at DOLLAR FIFTY CENTS on theCassimer homeConsisting of Fine Brown Scotch Â¬ spun Suits Fine Dress Suits Fine Tricot Suits The most elegant line of It ooat90 each to keep the pauper of Scott county Tho commission to roviso the stat utes went to work lust week Richmond la to have a government building to cost 05000 tho site cost 15000 A scnndnl in high life is reported from Mt Sterling nud two divorce suits have been filed Chris Gcizcr a Lexington saloon- Â¬ keeper has disappeared leaving MebUt to tho amount of 2000 Greenup county pays 13 cents a day for the support of its paupers and Car- Â¬ ter county 50 cents a day At Maysvillo Samuol Sullivan was given two years for tho murder of Thos Hrashears in February 1889 The Owcnsboro Daily Inquirer has been sold to a joint stock company who will greatly improve tho paper Will Hall attomptcd to rapo Mrs Win Kalcliflb in Marion Slio over- Â¬ powered him and had him arrested Col R P Pepper of Frankfort last week sold in Chicago nineteen head of standard bred trotting fillies for 13340 Maysvillo is endeavoring to take in tho village of Chester in order to raise its class if possible undor tho new con- Â¬ Â¬ CLOTHING BUSINESS O IN CENTRAL KENTUCKY You can mako your faro and at least 20 nor cent besides to como to Lexington and I 5jl ftMAMMT WClti buy your Clothing It J jjV SUITS AND OVERCOATS for Men and Boys from us Besides this wo offer you tho largest stock to select from that you can eeo nnywherp If you cant como write and MlT of aoTNinfg t TELL US WHAT YOU WANT and well send you samples to select from If goods dont suit that wo sell or sond you RETURN AT OUR EXPENSE If you want a suit mado to order and cant come let us know and woll 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 Wk hku whoiksalb and rktail ONE PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE M KAUFMAN 04 East Main Street J M OO LEXINGTON 1 KV KKLIiY President WM RIGHT Secretary and Treasurer WHENEVER YOU VISIT LEXINGTON CALL ON THE FINE OVERCOATS Ever shown by any Clothing House in Kentucky Ulsters of every description Double breasted Kersey Overcoats beautiful style and workmanship Louis n IF y arrangements or I can f10fnQnYYri7QII Moiiumeuu from are such thatMarhle famish ToHsltm tha 1 KJM I JO 1 V J j IVO any kind or er OrHHlte uhU at county is very lowest prices Very respectfully 4c Tom Holyficldof Perry J V OuAVKN LEXINGTON 12 Imj tried iu the United Statw court to A Model Restaurant in Almost Every Feature at Louisville tho 13th Inst for the kill SEATING CAPACITY 160 ing of Madden in Knott county In 1889 Saddle Hooka New York Counts and It will bo remembered that lluwell Wire Fresh Oysters at all seasons Mue Polnti Mobile Counts F m J m m Jw WiJr J U f y r man mado R raid on tfome moonshiners 25 always nil REGULAR MEALS season CENTS hand and was killed in Knott county that year Delicacies of the Meals to order at ull hour modern kitchen in the State on CarHs Fork Holyfidd wm Hie of The most conilete and flrejUeiiiinf h Miller Improved Itange the finest in the world with his posse and Madden wm kilted In the taohments two large broilers and hot and coW aimi ih attempt to arrwt him A numlr of Js the only hJ Hnythiug from a half a heef to a tid bit of aweetbnad and ohkaply 4 pkomptiy kxk- witHH went down to the trial till HOvSly HA 1 I IIAlb KOVrKDATTHIOJKWCK treatment to all Hend your ankr wty welcome and the wwt courteous UUD rKIIM JacksoM Huitler Oct W week W H Greene sold to O Moberly 20 feeders that weighed 1285 at 805 per cwt and a premium of 5 also to Too C Turloy 25 250 pound hogs at 8J cents Sentinel Democrat JQThero never has been such an opportunity before to buy per poundKentucky Uniou road mado a The class Clothing big cut in the scalo of wages in the shops at Clay City which went iuto effect on tho 1st itiBt A number of tho old men went out to seek work elsewhere The Clay City Chronicle says tho new court house at Stanton is approaching completion and when finished will bo one of tho best and most economically constructed buildings in the State Geo II Beall was walking on tho frosty railroad platform at llussollvillo ono morning last week when ho slipped and fell under the cars having ono leg ho badly crushed it had to ho amputated A spark from a passing train sot firo FOR CHILLS FEVER BILIOUSNESS to the woods near Enterprise Carter HEADACHE AND ALL county and destroyed thousands of dol- Â¬ DISORDERS lars worth of timber and fencing J Z c BY IL DRUGGISTS Clark lost ten acres of corn in tho shock enn Tho Danville Advocate has been PltErARED BY RICHflRSOH TAYLCR MEDCO STL0UI5 MO presonted with a gourd over sixty inches in circumference and Polk Johnson of the Frankfort Capital wants to know if any of tho delegates to tho Con Con has lost his head Fannie Barrett of Fleming county DEALER IN was arrested at Maysvillo for wearing Agricultural Implements mens clothes Sho preferred a false Hardware Queensware Tio ware chargo of rapo aguinst James Pugh and Vulcan Chillkd Plows best mnilo Evans Triple Harrows Hinders Whiteleys Solid Steel and brother and hud them sent to tho peni11 F Avkhy A Sons Stcbl Plows tentiary n foy years ago They are now Ualii Mitch km Cos Steel Hill C Mowers Sulky out having been pardoned and she is lumkiaTioer and Granoer side Plows Hay Rakes Improved Malta Double Shovel afraid they will kill her Sho gavo this Cooks Patent Evaporators Pi ows as her reason for masquorading in coat Oliver Chill and South Bend Plow Havens Pioneer Cane Mills and pants Fish Bros Celebrated Wagons Repairs Tiger Jones U S Standard Won Wagon Stoddards New Climax and Judge Andrew Combs of Perry Scales price SCO with a written guur- county 83 years old rode to Jackson Disc Harrows nnteo for T yours Evans 2 iioksr Corn Planters horseback last Sunday a distance oi 35 Heating Stoves of nny house in Kiwtcrn Kentucky The largest stock ot Cook mid miles and Monday morning boarded tho at 520 and wont Hardware a Specialty passongor train employed an attorney to and Builder Cutlery to Frankfort Ho Street MT STEELING KY sido S Maysvillo attend to a case in tho Court of Appeals Wednesday ho and returned Tuesday Sundays exorcise How is repeated his vivst that for an old man Hustler Come McK i Make Your Selections First stitution The Lebanon Enterpriso Bays thcro is a cave in Lalluo county in which thcro are no fish during tho summer but they Office 99 EAST MAIN return regularly to winter K U RAILROAD In a difficulty at Lexington Wm Adams Btabbed Sid Ellis cutting into They nre operating THE LARGKST FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP IN THE tho cavity Tho wound is a serious one STATE cast of Louisville though not necessarily fatal All kinds of BOILER AND ENGINE REPAIRING SKILLFULLY Tho Sentinel Democrat says The DONE at Tin 10WK8T living NiicKB J M KELLY President Kupps and Carpenters havo moved from Office 99 EAST MAIN STREET TTir tho scetio of tho recent killing of James jjSTFoundry on K U RAILROAD XLJT and Georgo Howard in Bath county Lexington Foundry Go STREET Shop near 7th St Tfiincyf JJXlIlgllOJl Gus Straus TAYLORS Tho uiHicrHigned tilkes pleitHiirc in nnnouiioiug tlmt they hnvu Just completed ar rniiKeinentH with the American Hook Company that will ennblo him to sell the school hooks adopted iy too statu itonril or huiicntlon at the following reilurcu rates VA Rays New First Arithmetic McUufluys Small Primer 16 Revised Primer HA Mecoiiu Arltlunetlo 17 Ecleotlo Speller fiO Third Arithmetic 17 CO First Reader Key to sanio 0 Second Reader Hlttli Arithmetic 8B McUufleys 1st Eoleotiu leonrnpliy 05 -- i Kuicctio ueogrnpliy l 10 hT 1 30 8d Kclectlo Geography The ahovo school hook publications of the American Rook Company are well known standards and we hIiiiII at all times have a lull supply on hand for sale to school olllcers teachers or poplin at the prices named Other hoIkhiI hooks published bv the American Rook Company 137 Walnut Street Cincinnati implied at correspondingly low prices CO Hazel Oreen Ky J T DAY GHEAFES Third Reader Fourth Reader Firth Reader Sixth SGI00I 42 50 75 BOOKS Kevtosamu 75 Leading Clothiers of Lexington Ky ureCure MALARIAL sii Â¬ DOCTOR Seeing is Believing 99 A fid a good lamb must be simple when it is not simple it is Simple BeautifuL Good these not good words mean much but to see The Rochester will impress the truth more forcibly All metal tough and seamless and made in three pieces only it is absolutely safevuvX unbreakable Like Aladdins of old it is indeed a wonderful lamp for its mar- Â¬ velous light is purer and brighter than gas light softer than electric light and more cheerful than either took rorlhHntnuip -- SO cents price 4pBp f KochcMcr noil ihe tylc you want send to tu for our new illustrated catalogue kniul we will hcml oii lump safely by express your choice of over JiOOU Ivurlcties from the laixrtf lAmp State in the Woild MOC1IKMTKH LA Ml CO 42 Park Place New York City Tim Kociikatkk Ifthclnmpdcnlerlmnnt the icnutnM OP The Rochester Â¬ HAZEL GREEN KY WKaRHSMMk UNDERTAKER WESsHn DOFFINSCASKETS AMD DKALKKIK And Trimmings if All Ktals Shears East l am preimred to furnish on short notice and at low prices COFFINS OF ALL KINDS AND 8IIC8 from the cheapest to the very finest I can furnish coffins chwir than vou can buy tho trimmings Price of Coffin from 9 up I have a sine hearse and will deliver coffins cheap 1 UIO Weit Hnfldlota Kltetoa ky Short Street XnAnlxiSM FURNITUEE OF ALL KINDS REPAIRED l0mMy I J ffl GUS IAJIGART Proprietor rno nniMTnkrrt nbatw A VJ Hazel Green Herald arJCMOVR COOPXX PMMtakwr HAZlLQREKNi T t x KY THE RISING OF THE WIND AmIdtli empty slleaoe of the night I heard tho western wind arlao and crocp With broath full llpn and footfall swift and AiaotiR low nhrubs and mid the roods which HRbt Reside the brook He touched tho tiny wares Rocking tho lilies sleeping in their beds The flowers knew who called them from the Of winter bonding low oaves V TTCP their gcntlo heads Thon gathering strength beneath his foot ho bent Tho dalsyShclterlng forns and ran amid Tho far off loaves which tromblod as ho wont Spilling tho dow drops In their bosoms hid And then he rushed nlong tho forest aisles And ovry bough and o vry leaf nwoko lie shouted loudly down tho long defiles And all tho sylvan echoes answering spoko Around tho gabled house as ono In pain Ho howled thon fitful laughed in navago Bringing wild murmurs from tho distant plain And hollow echoes from tho raging sea Thon with quick hands beforo tho stars ho drew A shifting vail of black and ragged clouds And hid tho flllvcr Btrnatnlng moon from vlow In thick piled phantasy of obon shrouds Unchecked untamod he ragod below abovo Tltl tho largo falling drops of rapid rain Stilled tho wild tumult as tho voico of loro Calms passion Into penco and rest again Margarot Thomas In Youths Companion gloo CIIAPTKU XI CONTINOEI Tno ponoil foil from bis hand and rollod alonjf tho hoarth rnp Ilo stooped for it hut could not ilnd it in tho dim flrolight It must ho hidden near hor foot stool Ho ot down upon ono knoo to look for it steadying himsolf by tho arm of hor ot air Sho spoko to toll him whoro sho thought tho ponoil lind gono Tho nndiho lookodup into hor fac attltlido was Buggbstivo kncoling at Jfor fOQt Ilo was suro ho loved hor sho looked kindly down at him ho had it on his lips to toll hor m M in byadoor from tho hall and Mrs Kay AtthiB moment Gilbert Itay entered appeared simultaneously through a Jap- - II a Ik Bii it looked ruu a imioiosal r ancso portioro on tho right Both caught sight of tho llttlo group on tho hoarth rug at tho sumo instant Itay said Jingo and slummed tho door be Â¬ hind him Thoro was a smothered oh myl from Mrs Kay as hor amplo form parted tho portioro with a rattlo Whats tho matter with thorn Aro thoy asked Alico laughing slowlyj f but thoysaid Kusjjoll am iorhaps thoy think that I aro right but my rnnunoss Bhall bo crazy No rising harmless ovon if it can not now bo wr s cnAiTEn xir TUB WUONq ltOAD jWt The Manhattan Elcotro Motor Com- Â¬ pany had begun aotlvo operations A factory had boon scoured and machines bqlng mado Tho capital stock fead been increased and Kay was put ilnr in his monoy In a way whloh showed thaTJiV meant to wagka 8orloiicom atalal acfare Russell drew a goed jpaW a kwaaarer andanager of tlty lAnyaVyt d V hl ntiAii it must be M4MNtlMt woimlikard ami exoraUed fdaJUBIiyt Mta MUiiir and nan mnt rf nia Nn iiqM H w not a o mm Wrhmt liiwini wikIwmi and toek a aooouat of fmmmtA xpendlturea Work was ktntar tar aim than It had bA in the old daj HUWIUwol 4bt lion but it can hafclly osald to havo ooi of any hlffhorfiort than tho caution Ilo simply ran away of cowardice His visits to tho Kays became mora and Ho gavo up tho So morq infrequent ciotyfor Culturo and bribed Cupid to aeok oblivion Ills manner of living booamo different and Tiotbotter Ilo plunged into ox travaganco and though dissipation and kindred vlcos had no attractions for him and ho thus managed to escapo thorn ho succeeded In spondlng a great deal of monoy and was soon heavily in I his oxporlwncp taught Russell cau- - About this timo Kay turned his atten- Â¬ tion to tho Motor Companys affairs once moro and it was not long boforo Kussoll bogan to bo afraid that tho old financier smolt a mice Ho was moro fright onod than ho had ever boon boforo in hie lifo and nearly fainted away whon ono day Kay proposod to go with him to the factory and mako an inspection Ilo succeeded in putting oflthocatastro pho for a timo long enough to givo him an opportunity to consldor Kuln of tho company Wo aro going to uso theso motors on worst kind stared him in tho faoo If ctroot railways said ho and Im re- Â¬ ho could not dccolvo Kay tho gamo was volving ono or two polnta In my mind up Ilo thought of a dozen plans and which must bo oarofully conBidorcd at last hit upon ono whloh was so sim- Â¬ Evontually wo shall organizo a railway ple that it looked almost childish and company and tho question Is whothor yot ho boliovcd that it would work to do It hero In Now York or strlko somo Tho machines woro stored in a rough dimly lighted room at tho factory smaller place Tho stroots soom full of tracks horo Thoro woro about a dozon of them in said Kussoll two rows Thoro should havo been It Isnt tracks said Kay Its fran- Â¬ twenty to mako tho accounts como out chises wo want to look out for With right Kussoll secrotly vlsltod tho fac Â¬ tho help of legislation wo can steal alit tory ahead of Kay and on somo pro tlo plcco of this city but with an equal tonso of showing tho machines to bettor oxpondituro wo can steal a whole town advantago ho had somo workmen put a in tho West or ovon in Now Jersey if big mirror against tho wall bohind tho wo can find ono thoro that isnt already rows of motors This wall had no win- Â¬ stolon Tho question is Whoros thoro dows for tho light was admittod at each tho most monoy Im rather in favor of ond of tho room Tho odges of tho a now placo that may grow in a Stato mirror Kussoll carofully concealed whero legislation hasnt so rigid a mar Thon ho had a short and confidential interview with tho engineer Tho room kot prlco Tho question was loft unsettled for was heatod by steam pipes In win- Â¬ tho timo boing and it was decided to ter It was thon May and a hot day markot tho motors In another way at too but Kussoll got tho ongineer to first Kussoll gavo his attontlon to tho switch tho stoam into this room full superintending tho preparation of tho head Thon ho closed tho windows and works and tho construction of as in about an hour tho tomporaturo roso many machines as woro necessary to that of tho hot room in a Turkish for purposes of oxhibltlon Tho stock bath Kay camo out about flvo oclock in had boon worked up to a salable figure tho afternoon Ilo was in a hurry and Indeed among a fow who had tho tip it was regarded as a good thing At Kussoll know it Kussoll showed hlra Kays suggestion tho necessary monoy through various parts of tho building was now raised by tho Balo of stock and at last they climbed tho stairs to certificates which woro to bo put on tho tho room in which tho motors woro stored It was llko a flory furnace markot as tho machines woro mado ton machines had been whon Kay already pulling with his that is whon built a hundred shares might bo sold climb up tho steep stairs put his hoad on tho treasurers certification Tho into it Great heavens ho exclaimed mop- Â¬ stock was placed on doposlt with a trust ping his forehead what section of tho company and could bo disposed of only infernal regions is this undor tho treasurers authorization It is necessary to keep tho machines was gottlng harder Moanwhilo Kussoll and harder pressed financially nis at a high tomporaturo for a fow days Kussoll explained with shaking nerves means of borrowing seomod oxhaustod Thoy work tho hotter for it and his old tlmo economy bad apparently Tho room was not vory light but tho fledboyond recall Ilo was involved in a dozon difficulties but had hitherto man Â¬ machines wcro plainly visiblo from a aged on his original plan of borrowing llttlo raised platform noar tho stairs Let us stop hero said Kussoll from Potor to pay Paul to lecop his thoro Is moro air credit from uttorly falling to plccos Hut tho sums necossary woro larger now Ill havo to got out of hero said And horo temp- Â¬ Kay Im roasting and harder to manage ilo ran his oyo hastily over tho ma- Â¬ tation seized upon him His power to authorizo tho salo of tho stock certifi- Â¬ chines counting thorn Tho illusion of cates and to recolvo tho monoy thus real- Â¬ tho mirror from that point whs good I mako twenty six said ho ized was tho halt used by Satan In Thank heaven said Kussoll under this way ho drew his own salary ahead tho old man has not only onco or twlco but succeeded in keeping his breath square accounts Hut tho company had counted tho Images In tho mirror but only a small balance Kay was occupied ho has seen two of them double Thoy descended hastily In other schemes just thon and his at Â¬ Every thing seems to bo going right tention was removed from motors tem- Â¬ porarily Ho thought that for tho pres said Kay whon ho had regained Ills ont tho company which meant Kussoll breath Yes replied Kussoll with a sigh of of course should run itself Hut Rus Wo havo had a fow narrow es- sol found that tho salo of tho certifi Â¬ relief cates regulated as it must bo by tho capes out here but I trust our troubles manufacture of machines baroly suillccd aro ovor At tho door however ho encountered for tho necessary expenses Tho com Â¬ pany was living from hand to mouth Deorlng lie had never known of tho in Thatbalanco which Kussoll had used as vontors visiting tho placo boforo Hero a loan fund to relievo tho exigencies of was a now source of danger Could It his own position was no longorsulllclent bo posslblo that Uooring too was sus- Â¬ picious Thoro had been a delay at tho factory somo mechanical problem had to bo CHAPTER XIII solved and practically no work was be A IOUTICAr DCAI ing done Tho salo of certificates had Another summer camo and woro away boon carried to tho limit and tho treas ury was bare Kussoll needed a thou Â¬ very unhappily for Kussoll Ho was Â¬ sand dollars and ho didnt know whero continually pressed by debts and difficulties and ho had nc friend to whom to got It Kor a long timo ho hold out against temptation and thon porcoiv ho dared confess himself freely asking ing that a Hairs would soon bo straight Â¬ tho advico ho needed Indeed Kussoll ened out and tho manufacture of motors had mado no friends among his recent proceed again ho yloldcd to tho pressuro associates partly becauso ho had drifted of immediate need and authorized an Into an extravagant and light headed ovorissue That Is ho sold certificates set with fow attractlvo mon In It but on machines which had not been built moro becauso no was too ucoply on This was In roallty amothod of forcing grossed with his own affairs toI pormit la con Â¬ a loan If tho men who bought tho cer Â¬ of a warm interest In others tificates had discovered tho stato of tho tinued to seo Kay frequently but ho was caso thoy would havo had no redress too much afraid of tho old mans irasci undor tho law oxcont by a suit against ble tomper to take advantago of tho holp Kussoll personally which as ho had that Kay was in reality always ready to nothing would havo boon a usoloss pro- - give Thoro woro fowor Sundays at tho villa for Kussoll than in tho provlous summer not bccauBo of any lack of Invitations but becauso Kussoll fancied It easier to avoid Alico than to bo simply frlonds with her To all appearances howover ther6 was no interruption of tho cordial Â¬ ity of their fooling for caoh other In tbo oarly fall whon a llttlo chill Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lelsnro had mado offort dlffloult It was not easy for him to understand why this was true Looking back upon tho ox porlonco of idleness ho could boo noth- Â¬ ing pleasant in It and yot ho clung to 11 An oxorciso of will was now ncccs Hary to accomplish tasks far easier than tho old drudgory which ho had per Â¬ Hut Kay was formed mechanically well satisfied with his efforts and talked very hopof ully of tho future of the ether sot of mon on earth and took pride in it Thoy woro an influential body politically and tho olub houso was a great plaoo to got polntors Whn two or thrco members bad boon indulging rather too freely and bogan to rako up each others records thoy furnished any listener with valuablo in sldo information as to successful po litical mothods Kussoll was popular inthoclubandhad won the special favor of a fow old fellows by listening to tholr stories of tholr own greatness Theso wcro tho mon who had retired from conspicuous politics becauso tho nowspapors had troatcd thorn unfairly by publishing tho faots In certain interesting cases Thoy woro as much of a powor as over though Hohlnd tho scones thoy gave tho ordors and regulated tho oxlts and on trances of other men Mlko Koonoy In partic- Â¬ ular had taken a groat fancy to Rus Â¬ sell and often told him Btorlcs of tho days whon politics wero worth some- Â¬ Koonoy was a worshiper of thing old times but ho did not neglect him- Â¬ solf In tho present Ilo had boon an aldorman for a good many years previous to tho Eighty ninth streot railway ox- - iiifQbi COPYViiIhV IA9I U T J It goes bach all tho money youve Bpcnt for it if theres neither benefit nor cure Thats what ought to bo said of every medicine It xcoxild be if tho medicino wero good enough But it is said of only ono medicino of its kind Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery Its tho guaranteed blood purifier Not only in March April and May when tho Giirsaparillns olahn to do good but in every season and in overy caso it cures all diseases arising from a torpid liver or from impuro blood Tor all Scrofulous Skin and Scalp Indigestion Dyspepsia Diseases and Biliousness it is a positivo Â¬ remedy Nothing elso is as cheap no matter how many hundred doses aro offered for a dollar With this you pay only for tho good you get just as And nothing elso is Â¬ Dff2fr hi MAnn 8iiicirrs pose good dealer but you aro tho one thats to be helped It may bo better for tho bub had been treated coldly Aby tbo organization Blnco that timo Ho claimed to havo been treated unfairly The majority of well read phys- Â¬ by Tammany and had gono to tho bad icians now believe that Consump- Â¬ counties and there received equally tion is a germ disease In other usage Pvo got tired of working for thoso words instead of being in the con- Â¬ fellows said Mike and this fall Im stitution itself it is caused by innu- Â¬ going to do a littlo work for Mlko merable small creatures living in the Koonoy I havent lost my grip on tho lungs having no business there and Thirtieth Assembly district yet and you eating tkern away as caterpillars do bet your lifo on it the leaves of trees Russell replied that whilo ho novcr The phlegm that is on elections ho did not doubt Mr ACorm hot coughed up is those Kooneys power Ho lived In that dis- Â¬ parts of the lungs trict himself and had had occasion to Disease observo it which have been Im laboring for an indopendont gnawed off and destroyed These Democratic candidate for tho assem- Â¬ little bacilli as the germs are called King would get a are too small to be seen with the bly said Hoonoy renomination and an election if Tam Â¬ naked eye but they are very much many was loft to run things but bos alive just the same and enter the weak and I bellovo I can down him body in our food in the air we with tho right man breathe and through the pores of Kussoll ventured to inquire how ho Thence they get into the would do and to his surpriso Koonoy the skin blood and finall arrive at the lungs seemed pleased with tho suggestion Noithor of them gavo it much thought where they fasten and increase with at tho time but when politics began to frightful rapidity Then German thrust itself into prominenco in the Syrup comes in loosens them kills fall Koonoy took tho subject up serious- Â¬ them expells them heals the places ly Ray promised financial backing and they leave and so nourish and it began to look as if Kussoll had a soothe that in a short time consump- Â¬ ohanco of going to tho assembly King tives become germ proof and well was suro to bo tho regular Tammany riominoo but Koonoy carried a good many votes in his pookot and ho THE NEW WEBSTER believed that Iio could fight his man through Hut thoro was u man named Cunningham who was making a strong oifort to got tho nomination from the county Democrats and indepondonts who woro to coalesce Thero was pracWEBSTERS to tically no Republican strongth In tho CD INTERNATIONAL district dictionary Cunningham folt so suro of tho nom ination that ho had ordered a bauquot LU Â¬ German Syrup c g o to bo ready rill cocding B fill5fl INSPECTION UNDEJ DIKKICULTIES d Ilo know that In such a caso compromise would bo oasy If tho worat camo ho could go to tlioso mon and say You havo bought thojjo certificates Thoy aro worthless You can suo mo but you havo no redrew against tho company You should feel satlsllod if you get yoitrmenoybck I will pay yoil that on condition of your tdlqnoo TO IIR CONTIXUKD It would not hae linen the first loan A taat had been forced in that way in tbo TTenry with spolllng book wro expert flsherwet and only indlf eomtaerelal history of New York Papa Having authorised one overissue it faront drinkers while others oared what Is a fortification wm net so hard to bring himself to do for rod and line but could absorb PapaIts a large fort HenryThen is a ramification a large it acaln and he did It much to hi dla more aloohollo poison between Saturday nlfchfc and Monday mermlnj than any ram Harpers YouMg people eredit oreops Into tho air and fires aro re Â¬ kindled undor tho great stow pan of politics a sohomo which Kay and Kussoll hud formulated during tho summor bo Â¬ gan to broaden and assumo dcfinlto shapo Wo shall need somo political Inllu onco In working this motor right Kay Why dont you go into pol- Â¬ had said itics u llttlo It would glvo you a chauco to got acquainted with a groat many mon who might bo useful to us Kussoll had replied that ho would just as Uof go into politics as any thing olso and ho had looked about him for an op- Â¬ portunity It wa3 not hard to ilnd Ho had become a member of tho Pocahontas Club an organization having a hand somo houso on Great South Hay L I and including among its mombers many practical politicians Tbo Poca Â¬ hontas was ostensibly a dshlng club and was devoted to both branches Some of its members of tho sport and had Invited about a hundred prom Â¬ inent politicians to sit down and re jolco with him Thoy had all accepted without regard to sentlmont for a Thirtieth district politician novor de clines nny thing Koonoy learned of this banquot on tho day boforo tho primary and ho told Russell that tho Iniluenco of such munlflconco might affeot tho result Til toll you what woll do said Roonoy woll just borrow that ban quot Horrow it exclaimed Kussoll how whon tho affair was ovor SUCCESSOR OF Ill li UNABRIDGED u ueppi irom uover t rover A GRAND INVESTMENT lor ovary Family aiul HcIioUl Moro tjmn 10O editorial lntorers employed ticnl oximination invited GetthoBeJl Bold by nil nooknollerw Pamphlet froe workof rovlalon occujiied over 10 yenrs tr tlonaryai photornpho reprlitts of loto v ouster aro being CAlTlitvi ii i ji and comparatively worthless edition of marketed under various namis and often by misrepresentation Jho International benr tho imprint of O C MBRUIASI CO bprltiKtlPldMnmU lulUkhorB 8 A nit obso Woll send word to the men hos In- Â¬ vited that tho banquots to bo hold bo Â¬ foro Instead of aftor tho primary Mako Mio timo about half past five Then voll toll tho catorer of tho ohangos in tho hour All theso pooplo will como expeotlngto moot Cunningham Theyll find you thoro as tho host ami woll do great work boforo wo lot om out WqIJ march om around from thoro to tho hall and thoso that I cant brlug around to my viows Ill got so full tha thoy cant walk Ill toll you ray boy ovo got em on tho run Roonoy worked his plan ao clovorly that Cunninghams banquot carried tho day for Kussoll Ho scoured tho nomi- Â¬ nation and tho campaign oponcd with a general laugh in his favor ONLY TRUE r THE TONIC IRON letr cullartu their loxuslmMt And a safe spcoily euro Hclurns rosobloouion cheeks uenutlilci Complexion hold everywhere All jfenufno good hear Crcscowu WoadwUcentmuinforJpaao pamphlet BRJNARTER HE8ICIHE CO St Leuli Mo Will jpnrlfy BLOOD rcjrolaU KIDNEYS remove IXVEIt uuoruur uuiiii tirvpRin rcnovr nppuuiu reiioro nciiiu onu YUrorofyputh Dytiponnln luuiROJtlon titaltircu rrci- lUKMnoiuteiyorniucaiuti miuii urigtitciicii nraiu power Inoroasod bones nerve muf clei ripnlvn now force SHflerlnpr from complaints po ltte kSiiS7 Orwuw DETECTIVES w t BtUv Uiutea c u Amu CUtUkwt tf c n i uminiiy TALMAGES SERMON You m JCT Should Ask God About Your Worldly Business i Do tli Klptt Tltlnjr at tho Hlplit Tlino end Oi Alxoitlt If tho KlRht Way nml AH Will Ho Well Dr Tnlmagos text last Sunday was To this tahen from John xvltl 37 end waI born After Pilate had suicided tradition says that his body was thrown Into the Tiber and such storms ensued on and about that mvr that his body was taken out nnd thrown into tho llhone and similar disturbances swept that river and Its banks Then the body was taken out and removed to Lausanne nbd put iu a deeper pool which immediately became the center of similar atmospheric and Though these aqueous disturbances fanciful and falso traditions they nro how the execration with which the world looked upon Pilate It was be Â¬ fore this man when he was in full life and power that Christ was arraigned as in a Court of Oyer and Terminer Art Thou Pilato said to bis prisoner and Jesus answered a King then Sure enough To this end was I born although all earth and hell arose to keep Him down Ho is to day empalaccd en throned and coronated King of earth To this end was and King of Heaven That is wbat he came for and born that was what He accomplished y the time a child reaches ten years of age the parents begin to discover that childs destiny but by the time ho or she readies fifteen years of age tho What question is on the childs lips am I to be What am I going to do What was I made for It is a sensible and righteous question and the youth ought to keep on asking it until it is so fully answered that tho young man or young woman can say with as much truth as its author though on a less To this end was I expansive scale m There is too nffich divine skill shown in the physical mental and moral constitution of the ordinary human being to suppose that be was constructed without any divine purpose If you talec me out on some vast plain and show me a pillared temple sur Â¬ mounted by a dome like St Peter and having a iloor of precious stones and arches that must have taxed tho brain of the greatest draughtsman to design and walls scrolled and niched and paneled and wainscottcd and painted and I should ask you what this building was put up for and you answered for nothing at all how could I beliove yon And itis impossible for me to believe that any ordinary human be Â¬ ing who has in his muscular nervous and cerebral organization more wonders than hristopher Wren lifted in St Paul or Phidias ever chiseled on the Acropolis and built in such a way that it shall last long after St Paul Cathedral is as much a ruin as the Par thenonthat such a being was constructed forno purpose and to execute no mission and without any Divine in tention toward some end The object of this sermon is to help yon to iind out what you nro made for and help you find your sphere and assist you into that condition where you can say with certainty and emphasis and enthuTo this end was I siasm aud triumph Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ born horn i i i i sponsibility for most of your environments You are not responsible for your parentage or grandparcutnge You arc not responsible for any of the cranks that may have lived in your an- Â¬ cestral line and who a hundred years before you were born may have lived a style of llfo that more or leas affects you to day You aro not responsible for tho fact that your temperament is sanguine or melancholic or bilious or Neither aro lymphatic or nervous you responsible for tho placo of your nativity whether tho granite- hills of New Kngland or tho cotton plantations of Louisiana or on tho banks of tho Clyde or the Dnieper or tho Shannon or the Seine Neither are you respon- Â¬ sible for the religion taught in your fa thers house or tho irreligion Do not bother yourself about what you can not help or about circumstances that you did not decree Tako things as they aro and decldo tho question so that you shall ba ablo safely to say How will To this end I was born you decide it Uy direct application to tho only bolng in tho universe who is competent to toll you the Lord Al- Â¬ mighty Do you know tho reason why Ho Ho is tho only one who enn tell caused Ho can boo ovory thing between your cradlo and your grave though your gravo bo eighty years off And besides that Ho is tho only being who can sco what has been happening for tho last flvo hundred yenrs in your ancestral line and for thousands of years clear back to Adam and there is not ono person in all that ancestral lino of six tkourand years but as somehow affected your char- 3tcr and ovon old Adam himself will sometimes turn up in your dispo- Â¬ sition Tho only bolng who can tako U things thnt pertain to you into con Â¬ sideration is God and IIo is tho ono you can ask Llfo is bo short we havo no time to experiment with occupations nd professions Tho reason wo havo o many dead failures is that parents decide for thoir children what they hall do or children thenieelves brought on by some whim or fancy decide for themselves without any im So we Iteration of divine guidance uvo now ua our pulpits men making Â¬ Â¬ First I discharge you from all re- Â¬ sermons who ought to bo in blacksmith shops making plowshares and wo havo in the law thoso who instead of ruin Â¬ ing the cases of their clients ought to bo pounding shoo lasts nnd doctors who nro tho worst hindrances to their pa- Â¬ tients convalescence and artists trying to paitit landscapes who ought tojbo whitewashing board fences Wlillo there nro others making bricks who ought to bo remodeling constitutions or shoving planes who ought to bo transforming literatures Ask God about what worldly business you shall undertake until you aro so positive you can in earnestness smite your hand on your plow handle or your carpenters bench or your lilackstonos Com mentaries or your medical dictionary or your Dr Dicks Didactic Theology saying For this end was I born There aro children who early develop natural allinities for certain styles of work When the father of tho astronomer Forbes was going to London he asked his cliildfcn what present ho should bring each ono of them Tho hoy who was to ba an astronomer cried out Uring me a telescope And tnero are children whom you find all by them selves drawing on their slates or m pa Â¬ per ships or houses or birds and you lcnow they are to bo draughtsmen or artists of some kind And you iind oth ers ciphering out dilllcult problems with rare interest and success andyou know they are to be mathematicians And others making wheels and strange contrivances and you know they aro go iug to be machinists And others are found experimenting with hoo and plow mid sickle and you know they will bo farmers And others aro always swapping jack knives or balls or bats and making something by tho bargain and they arc going to bo mer- Â¬ chants When Abbo do Hence had so ad- Â¬ vanced in studying Greek that he could translalo Anacreon at twelve years of age there was no doubt left that he was intended for a scholar Hut in al- Â¬ most every lad there comes a time when ho does not know what ho was made for and his parents do not know and it is a crisis that God only can decide Then thero aro thoso born for some especial work and their fitness does not develop until quito late When Philip Doddridge whoso sermons and books havo harvested un- Â¬ counted souls for glory began to study tho ministry Dr Calainv onu of the wisest and best men advised him lo turn his thoughts to some other work Isaac Harrow tho eminent clergyman and Christian scientist his books standard now though he has been dead over 200 years was the dishcartenmont of his father who used to say that if it pleased God to take any of his children away hn hoped it might be his son Isaac So some of those who have been characterized for their stupidity in boy Â¬ hood or girlhood have turned out the mightiest benefactors or benefactresses of tho human race These things be Â¬ ing so am I not right in saying that in many cases God only knows what is tho most appropriate thing for you to do and he is the ono to ask And let all parents and all schools and all uni- Â¬ versities and all colleges recognize this and a large number of those who spent their best years in stumbling about among businesses and occupa- Â¬ tions now trying this and now trying that and failing in all would bo able to go ahead with a definite decided to and tremendous purpose saying this end was I born Hut my subject now mounts into tho Let me say that you aro momentous I made for usefulness and Heaven judge this from tho way you are built You go into a shop where there is only one wheel turning and that by a work Â¬ mans foot on a treadle and yon say to yourself Hero Is something good be but if ing done yet on a Bmall scale you go into n factory covering many acres and you find thousands of bands pulling on thousands of wheels and shuttles flying nnd the whole scono bo wildering activities driven by water or streun or electric power you conclude that tho factory was put up to do great work and on a vast scale Now I look at you and if I should find that yon had only ono faculty of tho body only ono muscle only ono nerve If you could see but could not hoar or if you could hear and not sco had the use of only ono foot or one hand nnd as to your higher nature if you had only ono mental faculty and you had memory but no judgment or judgment but no will and If you had a soul with only ono capacity I would say not much is expected of you Hut stand up oh man and let mo look you squarely In the face Eyes capable of seeing every thing Kars capable of hearing every thing Hands capable of grasping every thing Mind with moro wheels than any factory ever turned moro power than Corliss engine ever moved A soul that will outllvo all tho univcrso excopt Heaven and would outllvo all Heaven If tho llfo of other immortals wore a moment short of tho Now what has tho world otcrnal has a right to expect of you Whatyon right to demand of God a God is tho greatest of economists Â¬ in tho univcrso and Ho makes nothing uselessly or for what purposo did IIo build your body mind and soul as they aro built Thoro aro only two beings in tho univcrso who can answer not know that question Tfce angolsdo Your kin- Â¬ do not know Tho schools dred can not certainly lcnow A God facknows and you oaght to know 5300HM an exponso of tory running at worth a year and turning out goodsbe such cents a yor would not soventy an incongruity as you oh inawUh -- auch scmi inflnlta equipment doing nothing or next to nothing iu tho way of usefulness What shall I do yon ask My brothren my sisters do not ask me Ask God Thcroa some path of Christian usefulness open It may be a rough path or it may bo a smooth path u loig path o a short path It may bo on a mount of consplculty or in a valley unobservsd but it is a path on which you can sttvrt with such faith and such satisfaction and such certainty that you can cry out is tho face of earth To this end was and hell and Heaven Â¬ havo and say 0 Lord horo is what I have show me the field nnd back mo Any- Â¬ up by omnipotent power not wait for extraordinary qualifications Philip tho Conqueror gained his greatest victories seated on a mule and if you wait for scmo caparisoned Bucephalus to ride Into tho conflict you will nevor get into tho world wide fight at all Samson slew tho Lords enemies with tho jawbono of tho stupidest beast created Shafagar slew six hundred of tho Lords euomics with an ox goad Under God spittlo cured tho blind mans eyes in tho New Testa ment story Take all tho faculty you Do Â¬ Â¬ I born Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ any anyhow timo for Two mon riding on horse back enmo to i trough to wator tho horses While tho horses woro drink Â¬ ing ono of the men said to tho other a few words about tho valuo of the soul nnd then they rodo away and In opposite directions Hut tho words uttered were the salvation of tho ono to whom they wero uttered and ho bo camo Rev Mr Champion ono qf tho most distinguished missionaries in heathen lauds for years wondering who did for him the Christian kindness and not finding out until in a bundle of books sent him to Africa ho found tho biography of Hralncrd Taylor and a picture of him and tho missionary recognized tho face in that book as tho man who at tho watering trough for horses had said tho thing that saved his soul What opportunities you havo had in the pastl What opportunics you havo now What opportunities you will have in the days to come Put on jour hat oh woman this afternoon and go in and comfort that young mother who lost her babo last summer Put on your hat oh man and go over and seo that merchant who was compelled yesterday to make an assign ment and tell him of tho everlasting riches remaining for all thoaowho servo tho Lord Can you sing Go and sing for that man who can not got well and Let it you will help him into Heaven be your brain your tongue your eyes your ears your heart your lungs your hands your foot your body your your life jour mind your bouI death your time your eternity for To this end God feeling in your soul was 1 born It may bo helpful to sonio if I recite my own oxperienco in this regard I started for tho law without asking any divine direction I consult- Â¬ ed my own tastes I liked lawyers and court rooms nnd judges and juries and I reveled in hearing tho Frclinghuy sens and the Bradleys of tho Now Jer Â¬ sey bar and as assistant of the county clerk at 10 years of age I searched titles naturalized foreigners recorded deeds received tho confession of judg Â¬ ments swore witnesses and juries and grand juries Hut after a while I felt a call to tho Gospel ministry and enter Â¬ ed it and I felt somo satisfaction in tho work Hut ono summer when 1 was and Springs resting at Sharon while seated in tho park of that If I have village 1 said to myself an especial work to do in tho world I ought to find it outnow and with that determination I prayed as I had never before prayed and got tho divine direc tion and wrote it down in my memo- Â¬ randum book and I saw my life work then as plainly as I soo it now Oh do not be satisfied with general directions Get specific directions Do not shoot at random Tako aim and flro Napoleons success in Concentrate bfcttle carao from his theory of breaking through the enemys ranks at ono point not trying to meet the wholo lino of the enemys force by Onn reason why ho n similar force lost Waterloo was because ho did not work his usual theory and sprend his force out over a wider rango Oh Christian man oh Christian woman break through somewhere Not a gon oral engagement for God but a particular engagement and mndo in answer to prayer If there aro sixteen hun- Â¬ dred million people iu tho world then thero aro sixteen hundred million dif Â¬ ferent missions to fulfill different styles of work to do different orbits in which to revolve nnd if yQudp not got tho divine direction thero aroint least fifteen hundred and ninety nine possi Â¬ bilities thnt you will mako a mistake On your knees before God got tho mat Â¬ ter settled so that you can tfrmly say To this end was I born And now I come to tho climacteric consideration As near as I can tell you wero built for a happy eternity all the disasters which have happened to yournaturo to bo overcome by tho blood of tho Lamb if you will hoartily accept that Christly arrangemont Wo aro all rejoiced at tho incronso in hu- Â¬ man longevity Peoplo live as near as I can observe nbout ten years longer than they used to Tho modern doc- Â¬ tors do not bleed their patients on all occasions as did tho former doctors In those times if a man had fever thoy bled him if he had consumption they bled him i ho had tho rheumatism they bled him and if they could not make outxacliy what was the matter they hl7l him Olden time phlebotomy was death coatljiitor All this haschaatfeU where God Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ From tho pay I doe pooplo skipping nbout at 83 years of ago 1 conclude that Hfo insurance companies will havo to chango thoir tablo of risks and charge a man no more premium at 70 than thoy used to do at 00 and no moro premium at 50 than when ho was 40 Hv tho ad Â¬ vancement of medical sclenco and tho wider acquaintance with tho laws of health and tho fact that peoplo know bettor how to tako caro of themselves human life is prolonged Hut dp you realize what after all is tho brevity of In ho times when our earthly state peoplo lived seven and sight hundred years tho patriarch Jacob said that his years were few Looking at tho llfo of the youngest person in this assembly nml supposing ho llvod to bo a nona- genariau how short tho time and soon gone while banked up in front of us is an eternity so vast that arith- Â¬ metic has not figures chough to express its length or breadth or depth or hoight For a happy eternity you wero born unless you run yourself against the divlno intcnMons 1 f stand Â¬ ing in your presence my oyo should fall upon tho feeblest soul hero as that soul will appear whon the world lots it up and Heaven ontraucos it I suppose I would bo so overpowered that I should drop down as one deul You have examined tho family Hiblo and explored tho family records and you havo daguerreotypes of some of tho kindred of previous genera tions you havo had photographs taken of what you wero in boyhood or girlhood and what you worj tcu years later and it is very interest ing to anyono to bo able to look bacl upon pictures of what ho was ten oi twenty or thirty years ago but havu you ever had a plcturo taken of what you may bo and what jou will bo if you seek after God and feel the Spirits re- Â¬ generating power Where shall I plant the camera to tako tho picture I plant It on this platform I direct it toward yon Sit still or stand still while I take tho picture It shall bo an instantaneous picture There 1 havo it It is done You can see the picture in its imporfect state and get some ideaof what it will bo when thoroughly devel- Â¬ oped Thoro Is your resurrected body so brilliant that tho noonday sun is a patch of midnight compared with it Thero is your soul so puro that all tho forces of diabolism could not spot it with an imperfection There is your being so mighty and so swift that flight from Heaven to Mercury or Mars or Jupiter and back again to Heaven would not weary you and a world on each shoul der would not crush you An eye that shall never shed a tear An energy that shall never feel a fatigue a brow that shall never throb with pain You are young again though you died of decrep itude You are well again though you coughed or shivered yourself into tho tomb Your everyday associates aro the apostles and prophets and martyrs nnd most exalted souls masculine and feminine of all the centuries Tho archangel to you no embarrassment God Himself your present and everlast ing joy That is an instantaneous picture of what jou may be and what I am sure somo of you will be If you realize that it is an imperfect plcturo my apology Is what tho Apostlo John said It doth not yet appear what we To this end was I born shall bo I did not think so I would bo over- Â¬ If whelmed with melancholy Â¬ QOMBft UOtTIX OAMPTOlf S T 8 COMBS FROnUBTOR The patronage of the traveling jseWte If rMpeetfullr sllclted TatU tk kett Mi tvry atteatien fer the eemfert ef gaettt RED KELLAM WITH Wholesale t eplSly -- M S TIMMONDS Qvoom O PORTSMOUTH 25 Geneuai link op mkrokandibb No Above salary wiLii peddlino LIVE11 AOBNTfl PAID TO INFOKMATION ADDRESS FOR-FUR--IHE- Wanted Good Aofcxra to bell SALARY PER WEEK ow n CHICAGO GENERAL 8UPPLY CO 178 W Van Buren St Ohicaqo III MATLOCK WITH HENRY MCMILLAN HAZEN GO WHOLESALE BOOTS AND SHOES KNOXVILLE TENN Â¬ Â¬ Tho above eoods are handled by DAY A CO Hurol Oroen Ky J TV MARKS BROS MARKS AND Nos 134 138 RACE STREET CINCINNATI O p -- - THE KRUSE 8 BAHLHAN HARDWARE hBOHPAHY 11 Â¬ 15 and 17 West Poarl Strort Â¬ CINCINNATI O ERThe vrholeimlc trnde of Eastern Kea tuekyifl respectfully solicited THE Â¬ GEO W MAIPIN SGOMPANY Notions J Wholesale Dry Goods 101 101 Neighborhood Collil Â¬ and 105 W Fourth Street A contemporary summarizes tho In CINCINNATIO- 8outh Side teresting account of Neighborhood Guilds given by Dr Stanton Colt the young American who has been apply ing to London life tho experiment which ho had already carried out iu the heart of Now York poverty A neigh borhood guild consists of a number oi small clubs formed according to age Dr Colts field is divided into five clubs two for young boys and girls twe for youths and maidens and one for adults In each guild the clubi or tho leadei aro small enough to know each member personally tho vlco of excossivo sizo being ono which Dr Coit condemns Several Nos 74 and 70 Main Street guilds may fodorato tho theory of the CINCINNATI - O t j guild is that of reproducing tho family as tho best typo of corporate life Abovo all everything is built on a democratic MEYER basis and each guild Is self governing GUS with i Tis tho chlof Idea of each gulld workot that there Is to be no condescension nc going down to tho poor Tho nucccri of tho various experiments in guild 0 JOBDKRS IKO shows that this form of charity mceti certnin needs of the ago and undoubt Hardware Agricultural Implements edly leads to anoxton slou of social sympathy nnd to a better understanding OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS MALTA PLOWS FOSTER STOVE CO between the rich nud tho poor COOKS MILLS EVAFORATOM Editor wildly I am ruined tec CHAMPION REAPERS MOWERS totnlly ruined I Foroman IVhnta the STODDARD AND AOME HARROWS DOORS AND bASII A SPECIALTX matter now Editor Whats tho mat Street tor Why in my notice of Col Jones Not 110 112 Second IRONTON OftlO Oiy Tho ready marriage I plainly wrote and waiting bride advanced to tho altar hung with lilies and roso lenvcB and nn vrnr wawt to flAVH confound youl heros tho way it readi rnnxf o rn nrNTfl nw pvrtiv Thq wretched and in tho paper DOLLAR YOU SPEND If bo wxrja weary bride danced to the halter hung FOR OUR IrLtfBTKATKD OATALOODR Gooff in cokta1niko iixubtrationfl axd prion with liars and horsethlovos woods and hang yoursolf I dont of everything manufacture xtf tho want to waste buckshot oo vou At the United States at kaxuj lanta Constitution xrs prices 10000 illuitratioxi comall line8 represented oatalocurf The chief secret of personal suffering trifles to ver MAILED FREE ON APPLICATION fort lies in not Addrbm us and In cultivating our undergrowth CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO Of small pleasures No 178 Wrot Van Bure Bt CHICAGO ILL The girl some yeart at boar4lng school often wishes after she is mauled that she had gone to aemwUeeping Â¬ GROSSMAN CO SCHLBUTKBR Saddlery and Harness i i WMKERRG0 Â¬ Â¬ awt Â¬ Every Individual wko Jus work U 4 doe it seed a de Ik ihls world UOH iwhool mi Writ Pi 1J Whll KMveiepee MdaiTlKM ettee M Paper lit uviwava Iylf k Ctt mm - wmmmimmKmwmammfmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmammmmimmmm Hazel Gbeen SPKKOKR COOPER - Herald Editor WASHINGTON LETTER 80 1801 Â¬ Wabhinhtox Oct to n pergonal friend as feeling I k ilnCK79 llvTCSSflr mKnmmmE IIlTiuJw yBfli nSBBKiXL President Harrison expressed himself greatly re foreign business lieved to turn over the of the government to Secretary Blaine again This is doubtless true but if one may judge from the expressions of opin Â¬ A CitizensNaf ional Bank WINCHESTER - 1 HAZEL GREEN KY Friday - Nov 6 1891 Hon Henry Wuttcnoi of the Courier Journal lectured at Howling Green Fri day night his nubject being Money and Morals The sycophant who stoops to secure your support only to stab you when a dark corner chnncb comes is a Bcoundrel of more than 22 calibre short Minister Patrick Egnn ar- Â¬ rived in Valparaiso the Chilians have been raising sheet and the United States chould inform tho minister that Egan Ever Binco come homo Tho primary election for candidates for city ofllces at Loxington Saturday resulted in tho nomination of J Hull Davidson for mayor J It Jewell for recorder and 8 G Sharp for collector m Larkin Nix was hanged by a mob at Meigs Station Ga Saturday night He had a month before murdered a man by tho nlimo of Mire because the latter objected to his attention to his daughter Nix being a married man - EXGovernor David Meriwether of Louisville on Friday celebrated his ninety second birthday He still enjoys good health and is as active as a majority of men at half the age Tho Meriwether of this glorious climate of Kentucky may lengthen tho old governors years to a centenarian Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Kentucky is ahead again J Talbot Jackson of Central University Richmond Ky on Friday won tho interstate medal in tho oratorical contest at Charles Â¬ ton S 0 Tho contending representa Â¬ tives were from South Carolina North Carolina Virginia Georgia and Tennes see Rah for Kentucky Â¬ Â¬ m Tho turnkey of tho Louisvillo jail on Sunday evening last frustrated the flight of twenty three moonshiners confined in coll 9 by discovering evidences that led to an investigation They had picked a hole in the wall and only awaited the darkness of night to removo tho last layor of brick between them aud liberty They aro now ruoro securely confined Forest fires in tho counties of Trimble and Bullit respectively last week resulted in groat damage to property Ono or two farm houses and barns wcro burned in Trimble and much property of a sim- Â¬ ilar character was destroyed in Bullit In the latter county tho fire had reached tho fruit soction aud tho fear was that tho orchards already greatly damaged would bo ontiroly destroyed Thrco thousand freo miners surrounded tho stockades at Rricevillo and Coal Creek Tenn aud released 300 convicts giving them citizens clothes to facilitate their escape Gov Ruchanan has offered u roward of 6000 for tho loader of tho minors 250 apicco for the other men engaged in releasing tho convicts and 25 each for tho return of tho convicts Tho majority of tho convicts started for Kentucky when turned loose Â¬ uv K impossible to tell who has been oleoted in Ohio but if tho factions in tho Republican ranks should havo drawn anything from MoKiuioy as tho friends of Campboll hoped thoro is 8 bare possibility that tho latter gentle Â¬ At any rate tho man has been olectcd election of Campbell is a consummation devoutly wished by Democrats ovory where In New York tho election of Flower over Fassott is conceded and tho Democratic majority may reach 20000 We will give the result noxt week ia At this writing it A Building and Loan Association is a blowing to any community so fortunate as to have one and we rejoico that Hazel Qnm imnhm n one Those who desire to build homw for their families find iu tlie associations a lender who receives payment in small monthly installments wkiltt the priucipal and interest are both taring decreased by the participation whfok to borrowers have in the earn lag and preAta el tke Awoeiation All of our cttfataw wta deeiie W wake safe ion from persons of all shades of political belief demands of this government upon that of Chili regarding the robbing of United States sailors which was made public this week and which although signed by Assistant Secretnry of State Wharton was written by Mr Harrison demonstrates that Mr Harrison is an adept in tho preparation of State papers It would bo ditlicult for any ono to put that dispatch in more appropriate language and fortunately upon such ques tions as this all patriotic Americans without rtgard to their political allllia- tions occupy precisely tho same position Secretary Hlaino had a talk with Senor Montt who ha been appointed Chilian minister to tho United Suites this week but as the new ministers credentials have not arrived the talk was entirely informal Senor Montt expresses the greatest friendship for the United States but ho has a friend and associate who lives at tho Chilian legation in this city that loses no opportunity to express the contempt which he says the Chilians feel for this government and its people Atone time this fellow whoso name is Foster claimed to bo secretary of the legation but now he says ho has no offi Â¬ cial connection therewith It might be said of Foster as Commodore Vander- bilt ono said of ono of his Ho is more kinds of a blank fool than any man I ever saw Criticism of public men without just cause never helps anybody or anything Tho best friends of temperance regret that an attack in tho name of temperance has been made upon President Har- Â¬ rison not for anything that he has done or left uudono but because Mr Andrew Carnegie the Scotch American million- Â¬ aire has announced that he had sent a barrel of Scotch whisky to tho White Houso as a present to Mr Harrison It by no means follows that Mr Harrison will drink this whisky becauso it was given to him indeed ho would have to have an ostrich stomach if ho drank all tho liquids scut by cranks and friends to the White Houso Few Presidents havo occupied tho White Hotiso whose personal habits were more temperato than those of Mr Harrison and no President bus been a more sincere friend to those ei gaged in temperance work therefore it is hard to understand why he should be subjected to harsh criticism for some thing that ho had nothing whatever to do with On November 11 tho National Council of Administration of tho G A It will meet in this city for the purposo of de ciding upon tho dato for holding the National encampment next year and also for the examination of documentary evidence showing that tho Washington executivo commit too has secured tho required concessions from hotel keepers aud railroads and complied with other stipulated requirements All theso things and more havo been done Every hotel keeper iu Washington has bound himself in writing not to add ono rent to his regular charges during tho encampment A number of otllcials went over to Baltimore Wednesday afternoon to wit Â¬ ness the launching of tho steel cruiser Dotroit which was a success It is thought that tVo twin vessol to tho De- Â¬ troit which is also to bo built at Balti more will 10 christened Mobile A naval court of inquiry is investigat Â¬ ing tho recent wrecking of tho U S S Dispatch It seoms that tho accident was caused by the executivo ollicer chang ing the sailing orders of tho commander owing to his mistaking ono light for an Â¬ other at least thats the way tho testimo- Â¬ ny so far taken makes it look This is no political headquarters said an official at tho Farmers Allianco headquarters when asked for political news from Ohio Whatever action in Â¬ dividual members of the organization may tako tho National Allianco has not yet gone into politics Hon Jorry Simpson who pawed thro Washington this week says tho Allianco Representatives will havo their own can Â¬ didate for Speaker aud will not go into tho caucus of either of tho old parties Â¬ sons-in-law Â¬ KENTUCKY jhIiMA JBbRt fl wSHIrL VmfSSji Tltr ifTViii vmkW - paid UP CAPITAL 17500000 I if WASH MILLER PRESIDENT t uiM pTjiiR ill iiiBrrfi Ywtp li S W WILLIS VICE PRESIDENT A H HAMPTON CASHIER fTTTBiiliflHT ill Jj ji j iUjilJjLi 111 jW i Hfli J tSJi Ml sffliiSa Iw7viiir4 tZicjyn h AY P0YNTER ASST CASHIER rrrr iSol aJlEMmSts flnn hi wferjj fy33 WLci I I inMJinnHTM nwm V sluiirnrnL li 1 n mPwrvJBiltilii WitPxriMrrr tm mm m tt I m L nn h JB5 v Has ample facilities for doing a general banking business So licits deposits makes collections gives prompt and careful attention to all business entrust- Â¬ ed to it and extends to its customers the most liberal accom monations consistent witn correct banking business Â¬ Â¬ Do You Need Money If so you can get something better than dollars from us The completion of the K U It R to Jackson has cut us on from a large wholesale trade heretofore had by us iu several counties east and left on our hands an immense stock of Hoods which we are compelled to unload and in order to do so we are determined to make prices do the work prices which will make our patrons happy and make competition howl We offer to Country Merchants extra inducements and guar- Â¬ antee to them lower prices than they ever got before We are overstocked anil must unload Remember we will duplicato any bill with freights added either wholesale or retail east or west north or south up hill or down We are now receiving such lines bought for cash at bottom bargains as will fill every depart- Â¬ ment New fresh seasonable choice and cheap We can astonish you with Â¬ -- Â¬ B3mmSmlSmmmmm Watches retailed at wholesale prices Call or write for anything in the Â¬ covered with goods at half prices As the prices we name merely give us a chance to get our money out of tho goods we cannot aflbrd credit Goods will be sold for cash only or country produce live stock and school claims taken in exchange We have opened n new department under the charge of Miss Laura Rawlings and Miss Lula Day which is fully stocked with fine Millinery Notions Ladies Furnishing Goods Wall Paper Carpets and Oil Cloths School Books and Sup- Â¬ plies Pictures and Frames etc etc Miss Rawlings is a thoroughly competent Milliner and Dress Maker and we offer you a City Stock to select Fiom You can get as fine and stylish Millinery and Dresses here as anywhere aud at the very lowest prices Yours etc JEWELRY LINE Established quarter ot a century thing fully guaranteed Every- Â¬ Â¬ Otis W Snyder No 8 North Upikr Stkkkt LEXINGTON KY J T I AY cfe OO HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY HAZEL GREEN Having just thoroughly overhauled the Hazel Green Mills we are now better than ever prepared to do CATLETTSBURG KY The Largest Drug House in the Ohio Valley Manufacturers of 228 REMEDIES that are Sold by tho Dozen 16000 Square Feet of Floor Room 28 Hands Employed O06frOe6M6466A6a66A6fea y JAj ooie ot WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING DRUGGISTS H frgopoofrfrfrfroe proprietors the tumoua N X xThe only remedy that is sold on nn nhsn lute guarantee to cure all Pains ondi Aches Cramps and Colic Diarrhaui Dys entery etc Used internally mid externally The best Liniment in the world PKICE 25 CENTS ff OR Â¬ ERVE KING Â¬ riedy For the permanent cure of Pains in the Buck and all disorders of the Kidneys and Urinary Organs Thousands of cer tificatJ s of those who hnve used this will be sent on application PRICE 100 HINDOO KIDNEY CORDIAL Sole proprietors of the renownedtS guarantee satisfaction And we respectfully ask all wishing Corn or Wheat ground to give us a trial We bAIE BY DKUO STORES AND COUNTRY STORES EVERYWHERE DAY f A T WOOD I llF DAY 0fr0aQO0fraafrAA6AAAAaA6Aft Â¬ HAZEL GREEN MILL CO TTTOOD ft fl it I JUSharp Uruce Trimble TGDenton DENTON KY SHARP TRIMBLE MT STERLING Have now a complete line of Clothing Hats Boots Shoes QREAR BIGSTAFF and Gents Furnishing Goods ATTORNEYS AT Wo solicit an inspection of our goods and guarantee pri Â¬ ces satisfactory and articles as recommended MT STERLING KENTUCKY Maysville St Mt Sterline Ky Practice in Montgomery Powell Menifee Wolfe Hreatuitt Rowan Mngoflin and Mor 26 PROFESSORS and INSTRUCTORS gan counties and Superior Court aud Court Agricultural Scientific Enginooring of Appeals ClaSSioal Nnrmnl Rnhnnl Annrlomin Â¬ iy ATTORNEYS AT LAW n fi Vvfitiiiiik nitit STATE LAW KY Commercial and Military Courses of r uiuuy COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED Fall term begins rmt uf Roanl in dormitory per week in private Practice iu the courts of Montgomery and families 350 to 4 For Cntulogue address adjoining counties and in the Court ol Ap K PATTERSON peals and Federal Courts Â¬ sptmiar otn 2 KY ruiTON ihui JAS favtaWi th4Hdjft rijKnWm 117 wml VlWtP - mmMkirrmmrr BlWPiPWBSW My 1 who W y mfmi x who win a the pUm t tC invent jBe Go Your taxes for the three Hat Hohsi of W S Dickinson Hats Gaps Gloves Straw Goods Cor Pearl Vint CINCINNATI years past and long since duo mimt now Invites nil of his mountain friends and es AND UMBRELLAS bo paid or I will know the reason why lipalnlly the mtrchnnts to give him call 82 N Paint St C1IILL1COT1IE O T have indulged you as long as it is poss- - when 1h the city Hnn Mill Tort iiBihThotnn IhW forme to do so and I hope you will I SETTZ jrwkfur ui br Aim rf Auiln 1 Jo IWnn ToUJo Ohio sufficiently appreciate that fact to come i WITH Hcul Othrrrllnritll WUy up aud settle at once Respectfully uoiilk lMlrililhTorko4M Labt Cam J AMES P PANT WITH THK OLD KRLIABLK JH YANKEE BENNETT WITH LEXINGTON PhD SEIP JOBBERS OP CO It S ST11ADER Successors to 74 E Main SON Co J A Law Stukkt LEXINGTON KY Wholesale Dealers in O C Hankr S W O Wj Henderson Thos AVUOlKSAIK Straight Kentucky Brandlis Whiskies c Son urrmmrnrtrrtlljr vmm Wines Halls Vegetable Sicilian HairRenewer rvetyre the hair to it natural color 1 ranting from is IHiUrAllim W thaw you haw inWiirt yon Can vruth In part lima wall IK tin Mf ttt wwk ti FINE OLD WHISKY Tarr and Old Taylor Agents for mer A SPECIALTY CIGARS AND TOBACCO Old Pugh Old Pepper Old ASHLAND KY MKltMJkVMwxHlMfwrttwarfMailu jp L iki Wolfe Morgan Jfns h larger circulation and Hrcatliitt than nil other papers in the State and merchants In Mt Sterling Win chester Lexington Louisville and Mucin nati will find itTHK ukst medium through which to scuu re Mountain Trade ADVERTISING UATKS TltANHtKNT Hazel Geeen in Herald Â¬ Advertisements inserted for less than 3 months will be 7fi cents an inch for the first insertion and -- 5 cents un inch for each sub sequent insertion Â¬ HE PAID IN ADVANCE rjAw Transient Advertising must STANDING ADVERTISEMENTS 7 50 12 50 15 00 1 t inch 12 mouths 3 inches t 4 A i Liberal rates on larger advertisements made known on application week Local notices to be interspersed among rending matter 10 cents line with a dis Harlan Stamper who is in the mer- Â¬ count of 25 per cent where they run mouth cantile business nt Torrent Ky visited or more Obituaries tributes of tespect etc 3c n his family at this place Saturday and line Count six words to the line and send son Hustler Sunday money with the manuscript We will write obituaries and publish at 5 cents a line Milton V Potts moved to Hazel Green A IMfflculy In Slorsnn County Marriage and death notices not exceeding We regret very much to A difficulty occurred on Little Caney last Friday ten lines solicited and published KitKE Regular Advertising in Morgan county lust Saturday in which givo him up but Hazel Green gains a jaarlliu8 kok IAYAniE QUARTERLY ON DEMAND nine shots were exchanged Uriah and good citizen while Campton loses one SFEXCER COOPER Address Hazel Green Ky Joe Elam were engaged on oue side and 8 S Combs tho gentlemanly proprie11 Â¬ 11 inches inches inches inches 75 22 tH 25 tH with him and gave him overy atten- Â¬ tion thut his needy condition required A largo number of persons have called to see him and each one comes awayvith a great deal to say about the new comer He is improving rapidly under tho kind treatment ho receives and is so anxious to do something for a livelihood that they have set him up in the dairy business and he has gone to work in hard earnest He promises to bo an industrious nnd useful citizen Tho Hustler extends to him a hearty welcome and would sug Â¬ gest to him that if he expects to mako life a success he must advertise Jack Â¬ - lro Mlckel Incrcnncn Ills Flack WOLFE COUNTY The Presbyterian parsonage at this Caniiton Currency place was stormed last Monday night by C 0 Hanks came homo from Frank- Â¬ a stranger who was so helpless that tho fort Thursday where ho had been on kind pastor and wife could not refuse to official business give him admission to their hospitablo Rev James A Sewell of this place home The whole family at once fell in left Sunday morning for points in tho love- II F PIERATT v J T PIERATT H F PIERATT DEALERS CO tf IN wflW5fa TNJWi bluo grass region P R Phillips and John L Phillips of Beattyvllle wero guests of tho Combs LIVE STOCK House Thursday night Hon J 0 Lykins returned one day last week from West Liberty where ho had been attending Common Picas court Mrs James P Hall who has been visiting relatives and friends in Elliott county returned home ono day last COUNTRY PRODUCE Good People Play Progression Buy your goods while they nro cheap and now is the time and this is our reason Â¬ We want to buy more goods T9 J duce AVo aro not in business merely for pleasuro nor for health but for the profit and the way to make 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¬ Dont you see that is business Â¬ mmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm G B Swnngo and his son Charley are home from Frankfort for 11 few days ii P It Phillips representing Carter Co Louisville was a guest of Bros the Day House Friday Zeke McClure of Grassy has been hero this week delivering fruit trees from the Somerset nurseries i H Car peuter of Catlcttsburg was a guest of the Day House Friday night D H B Maupin representing Nelson Holland of Menifee county while cutting a tree Tuesday was acci dentally killed by the tree falling upon him f Beverly and Frank Lewis on the other Joe Elam owned a piece of land through which the Lewis boys had to pass to the road and Elam refusing to let them go through they undertook to force their way with the result that Beverly Lewis received a severe wound from a hatchet in tho hands of Uriah Elam One man had all of his vest and shirt torn away and his abdomen grazed by tho contents of i double barrel shot gun Coon Stam per endeavored to act as peacemaker and held the muzzle of a shot gun in either hand while ho stood between two of the belligerents Warrants were Saturday issued for all the parties Our HutUling nnil Ionn Association The members of tho Blue Grass National Building and Loan Association residing at Hazel Green and in the surrounding community have constituted a Local Board of the Association by electÂ¬ ing the following officers John M Rose President Spencer Cooper Wm H Cord Secretary and Treasurer Joseph M Kash Attorney Directors Joshua DeBusk James H Vest and John H Rose For any infor- Â¬ mation concerning the Association or if you want to save money by making a safe and paying investment call upon or write to the Secretary and Treasurer of the Local Board There will bo a meet- Â¬ ing of the Local Board on Friday even- n mg the lain mst Â¬ Vice-President Â¬ Evangelist F Agar and wife commence a meeting at Flat Rock Menifee county All are invited the worst on Sunday aro welcome Miss Rose Trimble will please accept the thanks of the editor and his better for a pail of the finest sorghum molasses we have ever seen His many friends will be glad to note that Dr John A Taulbee has concluded to remain with us until spring See his notice elsewhere in this issue m -- The sidewalks in our town continue to disgrace the prettiest town in the moun tains notwithstanding many property owners pass over them every day Rev A Â¬ a i i it t Savage of Campton the F Editor Herald You will find en- Â¬ regular pastor preached at the Methoclosed one dollar for your valuable paper dist church at this place Sunday and impressed all who heard him by his earn a copy of which came to hand yesterday Saw so many familiar names in the list est manner it made mo feel a little homesick proud Now is the time to have your envel to hear Supple Jack recommending opes and letter or note heads printed the old State so highly but doubtless he and no office in Eastern Kentucky can never has visited tho Lone Star State compote with us in quality of work or I am partial towards the old State my prices Give us a call self and if I were to say that I would Guess Mr Supple Next Thursday 12th inst Joshua R betray my judgment is in bad health DeBusk will sell his farm implements Jack With muny thanks as ever stock household and kitchen furniture Catharine Henry etc and people who wish to buy bar m gains will do well to be on hand One Dollnr Equal to Two In these days of hard times the man H B Easterling the photographer who is indeed lucky who can mako one dollar has been hero taking pictures for several But every man in this go as far as two weeks past on Tuesday folded his tent section can do that if he will Louis and left for West Liberty Mr Easter Gus Straus leading clothiers of Lexingling while hero took some very fine pic- Â¬ ton Ky are now in receipt of a large tures the Academy building among stock of goods which thoy are selling at others and wo can commend him to the fifty cents on the dollar Any man who people of West Liberty needs an overcoat or a suit can save the The new advertisement of Messrs Rose expense of trip and money besides by Swango nppears in our issue today visiting them opposite Phmnix Lexing and we commend a careful reading of it ton Ky to our many readers Thoy aro just now Joined the Benedicts in receipt of a lot of winter clothing and The many friends of Green Strother in overcoats ou which the prices arc away this section will heartily congratulate down Everything in their store is sold him on his marriage The Sentinel great Democrat of last week says on a guarantee and it is thus a Green satisfaction to purchase of them of this city and Miss Tillio Strother Sturgeon of Denton Ky were married Teets Bros bIiow exhibited here Satur- Â¬ on Thursday of last week day but owing to the fact that it was in Lexington now located in this city Our aro not advertised in Tub Herald the at Thoy congratulations aro freely extended tendance was very slim They only gave one performance in the afternoon and fie Has Changed Ills Mind have gone into winter quarters at Amos Owing to the urgent persuasion of my Nickells near Daysboro The show is many friends I have decided to remain n good one and tho people are the most and serve them until springr nnd am now gentlemanly behaved of any similar or- Â¬ ready to attend day or night those who ganization we ever saw have settled with me Those who have not settled are requested to call at once John Day leaves this week for Wiscon Â¬ as I am bound to have money or a settle Â¬ sin for a hunting trjpr If wo aro rightly ment some way Respectfully informed tho bear in that country aro John A Taulbee M D always at homo and ready to receive A Guaranteed Ileutedy calls especially if the callers are juicy Meorimink tho only permanent euro and tender Imagino John splitting the hills wtde open and a bear in full pur for all forms of headache and neuralg la 15 to 20 min Huit wouldnt ho fly No doubt he will relieves the pain in from havft a plewint time and lots of fun utes For sale on positive guarantee at Heres wishing him bon voyage Jack Â¬ The Herald offioe or sent postpaid by mail on receipt of price GO cent a box son Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Letter From Indian Territory Audmore I T Oct 23 1891 tor of tho Combs House returned Satur day from Cincinnati and other points where he bought a full supply of dry goods etc Misses Maggie nnd Alice Smith daughters of our county in an dipt S B Smith and two of Wolfe countys most charm- Â¬ ing beauties paid our town a flying visit Friday Oct 30 Mrs Sarah Jane Drake wifo of our fellow townsman John E Drake died Thursday morning of dropsy She was a member of tho Christian church nnd met tho grim monster with joy which faith in tho Lord Jesus Christ only can give She was loved by all who knew her and the world is better by her having lived in it The night was never too dark nor the chilly blasts of winter were never too cold to prevent her from visit Â¬ ing the sick nnd the dying nnd administering to their wants Wo aro confident that she is singing with the angels on tho elysian fields of heaven whero fragrant flowers bloom forever and basking in the golden sunshine of the countenance of Him who died on Calvarys rugged brow Let us emulate her exam ple and meet her on the glittering streets of pure gold where parting will be no more Her body was laid to rest in the Evans graveyard one mile faora town to await the resurrection morn Her funeral was preached at tho graveyard by Rev F A Savago Supple Jack Nov 2 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ We havo extended tho Credit System until wo aro compelled to close our books nnd wo respectfully ask thoso who owo us to come in and nav rt or all of your noto or account Trusting you will heed this wo remain Very respectfully ROSE c II P PIERATT H C CO JOHN M Hose DEALERS IN Swango SWANGO n GraiBAL MUGBANDISB HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY guaranteed as represented or money refunded Carry a complete line of Dry Goods Notions Ladies Dress Goods Gents Clothing Doots Shoes Hats Patent Medi- Â¬ cines Saddles Harness c and sell FOR CASH at prices lower than ever before seen in Hazel Green rAll goods LTHE including about -- 00 ncres or land on which Surplus 6000000 is a substantial frame dwelling of 12 rooms This Dank solicits the accounts of mer Â¬ is oflcrcd for sale The spring alone is very chants farmers traders and business men valuable nnd will soon pay for the place generally throughout Eastern Kentucky For terms etc niiplv to nnd otters its customers every fucillty and HAHKlSON SWANGO tho most liberal terms within tho limits of sep25w8 Hard Green Ky legitimate hanking oct8ly FOR SALE WINCHESTER BANK Siam Sims Paid 20000000 THE CELEBRATED WINCHESTER KY N II WITIIEItSPOON President It D HUNTER Cashier 1 up Capital CECIL HOTEL WEST LIBERTY KY NEW- - 8 W CECIL Jn Proprietor FARMERS BANK MT STERLING KY IF YOU It nACK ACHES Or you arc all worn out really good for nothing It will It OS It ITT tens SS IRive a good appetite euro you Tilt O II and by all dealers In medicine MORGAN COUNTY 11 is genemi neiniuy 1 ry This new hotel bus just been opened for the reception of gueNts Faro excellent good sample rooms livery stable in connection nu28 IUtes reasonable Capital Sold DAILY HACK LINE FROM 8250000 Surplus 940000 Oiiah M Gruiuib Cashier Â¬ WM MITCHELL Mnytown Missiles Last week was a dry and sad time in the history of our town especially nhout prub time A defect In the boiler of W W Mankers mill was the cause but thanks to tho energy of W W M nnd the boss machinist Mr Curtin of Lex Â¬ ington tho mills are all 0 K and doing better work than ever Somo of The Herald subscribers nt this placo want to know what has become We of The Herald correspondents can only answer for one and thnt was wo wero waiting for somo new subscribers thnt wo might have something to write President HAZEL GREEN TO ROTHWELL Leaves Hnrol Green every morning 8un day excepted nnd connects with afternoon train for Mt Sterling Leaves llothwell every morning on arrival of train from Mt Sterling except Sunday nnd arrives at Hotel Green nt 4H0 r M The largest capital and surplus nnd indi vidual deposits than any bank In this sea tioi of the State Exchange Bank of Kmfucky MT bTEMJNO KY about Mrs R A Sample has had a very se- Â¬ vere attack of pneumonia since returning from Virginia but thanks to a kind Providence she is around again The protracted meeting that commenced here on the 20th of October is still going on Wo trust that great good has and will be done C C Pieratt Miss Lulia Jones and Miss Lowena Ingram aro all very low with fever J B Cecil wifo and little daughter Ora aro visiting in town Â¬ Careful nnd attentive drivers in charge of Wo have more Hazel Green business thau each hack and cspeciul attention paid Indies any other bank and want to Increase it or children traveling without escort Send us your account and we will treat Tho traveling patronage respectfully solic Very respectfully ited you well W It TAIJOlt Proprietor B PETERS President Â¬ Fare 82 Each Way CAPITAL SIOOOOOOO THE Cor CLARENDON J Limestone nnd Short sts JOHN G WINN Cashier Lkxinoton Ky W H BOSWELL Proprietor There has been added an Annex with 20 large well vcntlated rooms Street Cars pass the door every flvo minutes Located within two squares of depot Traders Deposit Bank MT STERLING KY Capital J M 200000 Surplus 80000 Mt Sterling National Bank G L MT STERLING KY UIG8TAFP President KIIIKPATBICK Vice President W W THOMSON Cashier Capital 100000 NOV 2 WlNGLFJBfl Surplus 16660 LEWIS APPERSON President H R FRENCH Cahhier customer fairly Mountain business is respectfully solicited with the assurance that we will treat every We roncctfully solicit the business of mer Â¬ chants farmers traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky A general banking business clone Give us a chance to send you a bank book Day your checks and loan you money when In Heed W W Thomson Cash CONSUMPTION In ths prompt uss of by can bs cured arly stages Its Trimble Bros WHOLESALE I Myers Cherry Pectoral It sooths lalas mi GruUttM 090 hi 1 ful MnUmmAM fUM tm VIJ 4T Wmui KiiHMttwa MOM StttetlM ui Hulls to lIuutinauliMi n r nf TMtU StuUMry CkSMMMt mmA LllAirQTON m4 KY Hi U- to 1 GBOCRS MT STERLING KY rirCouslKnmeHtM of nrmlHPt and th itronaire of MeuHtala Merchants I Bw itMtJH Ihmmim ths Inflamed tissues aids expectoration recovery UadNU WILBUR R atftt tH SMlt iMMNtitr WITH r Vtttif tttitm KV AMOS DAVIS Manufacturer of and hastens BETTMAN BROS Co My solicited JuJy Dr Lowell Mass J C Ayr Jfc Co a OLOTHING 0 W W KimtI tfrtwt ClnclNnatl a HH Hy MAUPIN Hustler M HwjHarUrtat V4 Utorty Kyi WHOLHALE DXY GOOl NOTION BOOTH BHOjtt CATLWTiBUIW D H OARPlNTMt V vim XY1 ijlK- - I i iMf 2f tf L Til ir umph of that reform Ami above FAUCET AND BUNG up this long grado in sections then and hour The high cliff a and patches ot it gives assurance to tuo business an engine was kopt at the point to do cedars that skirted tho road shot by nio 1 nm but n llttlo Fanastt nnu mo wurKiiitfiuuii ui uio count tho work in a mingled streak of gray and green Piatts thu bung 41nl- 41in Yntrnof nf ntntmntt unoxsplRotod I saw a As soon as tho train had disappeared Far down the track ahead That Is why the FJCMOXR COOrJCX PvMMmt parcntly nwaltlng them shall not w Happened to Chcmungl up tho slope I heard the bell ring and gang of section men at work Tho next Did you think iwns I who did HT JKY then the olhor section began to move minttto the engine which seemed to HAgKvOKKB t i T1 Great Scottt r1lines x forwnrd Notuntll that moment when have leaped the intervening space shot It was Tom llnttwho bossod It the disagreeable sensation of being left by them like a Hash I only caught a TO OUTJINQO JIM Thats what I White and all tho other fellows behind took possession of me did I brief glance of their astonished face If nlt n O Mr li Wcro not In It Itatsl aiimiiio iu I1CUU Mir CJ havo tho remotest ichu of attempting as they hurried back from the track 111111 irom Theyd n notion that tho circus mime l to steal a ride Then it occurred to mo then they faded from view far behind Waxntllutfsl A Washington correspondent report So bewildered and stupefied was I that I might ensily ride on the engine liko that Is wretched iRtiornnoti u repu oucau politician who tnni at tho rear end of tho train and no one by the perils of tho situation iu iWeh Tncy would novcr do prominent part in tho last campaign To bo a coventor Hlco Thomas bo the wiser but I hesitated to do such 1 found myself that it was several moÂ¬ saying that before tho next preside Aud ine too a thing and should have given up the ments before 1 recovered my present b I am willing to bo haltered tial fight it will bo necessar3 to inte WAS tho only idea had not the brnkemun pointed to Im not that est the peoplo in a moro sensational the engine and hinted that if I didnt Kind thats always saylnu passongcr on issue than that of the tariff if the rfe Mo and llattl tho freight have bnckbono enough to get aboard publicans nro to go into the contest Of courso Im not Im a train 1 was on and ride I ought to walk Man thats somewhat chlttcrcd with any hopo of winning According I ran forward and Thus encouraged my way from Up but still who lenows on to this politician tho protection issui leaped aboard the moving engine Then Trinidad Col Which sido his broad Is buttorcd cannot bo relied on to hold the rcptdj I crept into the tender and seated my Â¬ If I got thorc bot your bottom to which llcan voters since it has been practjl Dollar Ill bo feen mimm liralluton across self whera I would bo hid from the obÂ¬ jubt WW nMHIJffl VII Helping my creator licit thu enlly abandoned by ono of their most of anyone who pase inuu n uaiou servation train I knew thatmightbrake Platter clean jj popular leaders along the the tains a in o Wo arc sccltlnR now to cupturo I r n ll juu iiuw uiiu ni iinabuuiiii tissue acman would shield me if he could but I All tho vote d i s t a n c o of cording to this party schemer is to b Will you plonso to drop a ballot twenty el gh t must not allow the conductor to dis In tho Slout annexation Janada Mexico no mat miles On leav cover my presence 1 nm but a llttlo Fassctt ter what so that the prize looks largci The train was now moving faster ing Trinidad wo struck a steep grade Piatts tho bung He intimates that the talk about the and faster and the clatter of wheels which extended for ten miles Thnt Is why the unnxsplgotcd puronasc 01 t x nomas an annexation Happened to Chcmuuh - over a joint in tho rails told me that wo This is a protty high grade I rc-- N Y Sun trcuty with tho Hawaiian islauds ana marked to tho conductor who wns a were passing over the switcli and on to the like lias been instigated from the pleasant uppcaring young man of somu the main track HONEST MONEY state department by way of feeling of Wo soon struck tho long steep twenty three years of ago Yes A Mrllrinc Contract Untwocn Democratic public opinion and getting things readv ho replied and it is one of grade and moved very slowly There ior ine suuuen springing ot tne feonsa uml Republican Principle is to this is a level space a quarter of a mile the longest on tho lino It grade that I ovo my present position long perhaps just below tho last Two political conventions ono re- Â¬ tioual issue before snow flics And according to tho same authority grade of two miles We had reached on the road publican and ono democratic met tho Maine is not in it Thopresident is this and were starting up tho last Tell mo about it I eried eagerly other day in two states the former in I HKT Till IlllAKKS grade when the engine stuck Was there an accident Massachusetts the latter in New York running tho stato department during I hoard the loud rapid pufllng of of mind sullieiently to realize the ne Â¬ Well not much of an accident but and made a formal declaration of the lilaincs absence nnd is getting ready there might havo been hud good luck tho locomotive as the wheels slipped cessity of some immediate action principles of their respective parties in to spring this issuo as one of his own on the track and then tho train grad Â¬ I glanced hurriedly not favored mo It is profound- invention and a great deal bigger and about me my regard to tho currenc t ually came to a standstill Then we eyes falling on the polished levers use- Â¬ ly significant that these two declara Â¬ better one than Mr Maines little reA It was llvjo years aga I had como M frorntho oast to seek my fortune in began to move backward unci I knew less without stenm Then I caught tions were in almost identical lan Â¬ ciprocity issue In short the story is Colorado After spending nearly two wo were backing on to tho level space sight of the braku on the tender and guage in favor of honest money and that Jlr Harrison means to outjingo leaping forward I grasped the lever against tvery form of depreciation It lingo Jim aim beat the great sensation- years in prospecting in different parts to get a new start Tho train moved pretty fast down and gave it a vigorous turn I resolved to go to Los of tho state is still more significant that the lan- al republican statesman at his own1 Vegas Xow Moxleo and lry to get a the grade and I rightly guessed that There was a sharp hissing sound as guage in which the republicans of game of sensationalism position on tho railroad as I always the engineer was out of humor It is an interesting story ns it stands tho iron brakes came in contact with Massachusetts and the democrats of We had crossed tho level space and the swiftly rolling wheels aud sparks New York made their declaration was but it is hardly to be accepted without had a liking for that sort of work Well I only got as far as Trinidad reached the down grade below it when of fire shot from each side of the ten- Â¬ substantially the language of the pres- Â¬ some grains of salt Mr Harrison is j Ahcn t found myself without a dollar wo were brought almost to a standstill der but there was no visible slacken Â¬ ident of thu Lnited States upon the not generally supposed to be the kind M in tho world and of course I had to Tho engine gave a loud snort then ing of the spoed of the engine same subject The most obvious effect of man to play such risky political Using all tho force I could com- Â¬ of this striking agreement between the games or to try conclusions with sucti stop over and soo if 1 could not get there came a rattling of ears as it be gan to move forward again Then I mand I set the brakes and then stood two great parties is that it is sure so an adept as the Maine statesman in tho something to do I went to the Santa Fo railroad sta- Â¬ felt a violent jerk I heard something helplessly there in the tender while I far as anything in politics can be sure practice of the art sensational llcsitlcsj tion and applied for work but failed to break and tho engine on which I was was swiftly whirled down the moun Â¬ to take the question of the currency the assumption upon which the whole got any encouragement Then I went riding stopped while the train moved tain road out of the field of political struggle in story rests is that in going into the Full four miles ahead 1 could now tho national elections of next year small business of reciprocity with the to the different trainmen and made dil- Â¬ on up the truck igent inquiries but none of them knew The violent pull givqn by tho exas Â¬ see the city of Trinidad I knew that Since both republicans and democrats poorest customers Mr Maine has aban- perated engineer had broken the it would be impossible for me to stop have resolved that every dollar issued doned protection as an issue Ho has of any job that was open J t the engine before I reached that place by the government shall be as good as done nothing of the kind ns he has A conductor who was then running coupling and I was being left behind 4 I knew that the break would soon but I still hoped to check its speed every otlier dollar tlicrc is nothing in said himself He has only proposed to Joeal freight cm this line promised to me a position as hrnkcmnu if I would bo discovered and when the conductor sufficiently to keep it from Hying the the direction oi further currency legis Â¬ enlarge the tcrritorv in which the American tariff beneficiary can collect lation for them to dispute about should come back to investigate the ac track remain in Trinldcd two weeks his toll That is all No doubt many This was my only hope I could His head brakoman was going to cident I would be found and put off The position of the republicans in sec long lines of cars on the side tracks every slate in tho east where they still of the Mclvinley politicians would bo quit then he informed me and I could the train As soon ns I realized this I began and a number of engines switching have any leaders of probity and com- Â¬ glad to get Mr Blaine out of the way have his place if I ehosu to remain and still moro glad to amuse the people till tho vacancy occurred but two to look hastily about mo for some about the yards near the station and I mon sense wns already fixed for them there days later he was removed to another place in which to concenl myself Hap shuddered as I thought of what would Mr Harrison with great courage and with some bogus sensational issue next division of the road and 1 was left pening to glance downward I discov Â¬ happen should the main track not bo fitmncss and with admirable precision year and prevent them if possible from without any prospect of employment in ered tho door leading into the furnace clear when I readied tho place and completeness of statement had laid having a ehuuc to express their opin Only a few seconds now and I would oown me ciocirine wuicn tnev were ion squarely on the Mckinley S3stem standing open and in a moment I had Trinidad 1 then resolved jhesc worthies would As one in a dream I bound by every consideration of party 01 spoliation to go to Los Vogns concealed myself in the fire box elos bo at Trinidad again set the brakes a notch tiirhtor expediency and b3 honor to adopt be fflnd enoujrh make the presidents at once hut having no money to pay ing the door behind me my fare 1 was at a loss to know what Scarcely had 1 gained the shelter and then grasping tho bell cord I rany Anything different and certainly any Â¬ a party to this ttle game and theyl to do of that rather unusual hiding place the bell furiously thing less would have been on the one are no doubt pi ing on his ambition The engine seemed to bo fairly lift hand an open or covert declaration of to that end Hut if Mr Harrison hasjj At last however I decided to go to when I felt the engine begin to slowly the railroad station and endeavor to move down the track For a short ed from the track as it swept round n hostility toward tho administration the boldness and recklessness to play Vet some of tho brulccmcu on the time I thought nothing of this and mo-Â¬ curve and went thundering on its way and on the other hand would have the hand he has been greatly misjudged freights to let mo ride mentarily expected to hear the train I cast a fleeting glance at the station riven the party in two The deliberate by his countrymen Chicago Herald When I arrived at tho station I back against it but as the moments close ahead I only saw a confused and grave words of Mr Harrison at Al- Â¬ POINTED PARAGRAPHS found that u long freight train had went by and the sound of tho traiiigrow mass of buildings and cars then 1 bany were the official leader of the just pulled up and was standing on the fainter and fainter republican party to the mischievous came to the con- Â¬ dashed by like a meteor The ridiculous republican yarn Then as 1 gained a level stretch of and senseless utterances of the repub side track to wait the coming of tho clusion that the breaking loose of the tnat the English Cobden club had col track the engine began to slacken its lcan conventions in Ohio and Pennsyl- Â¬ eastern bound express engine had not been discovered leeted a fund of a million to defeat Mc 1 now resolved I tlrst approached tho conductor to crawl from my speed and presently came to a stand- Â¬ vania Until they were spoken no one kinley in Ohio is authoritatively dc unci explaining my condition asked place of concealment but asl attempt still nearly a mile below the station could say what would be the course of nied It deceived very few people I wns saved A mist irathered be the party on this question him to carry mo over his division but ed to open the door I found that it was Men were he dismissed mo with the curt reply latched on the outside and I was as fore my eyes and I sank down uncon Â¬ found saying that tho next congress isoston IJlobc The Harrison administration has would pass a free coinage bill and securely fastened in as if J had been scious in the bottom of the cab When I regained my senses I found President Harrison would sign it Hut thus far paid onlv SlftOOOOOO of tho locked in the strongest prison The engine was now gaining speed quite a crowd of people gathered about when Mr Harrison had once declared overdue bonds It has asked and re- J ceived further time on S2r00000l and at every turn of tho wheels and me among whom was the conductor with all the weight of his authority in it is still trying to get further time on i would soon be rushing with frightful who had returned with his train for the party and in the government that the missing engine When he asked every dollar issued by the govern- the S10 000000 overdue and not 3et ar-- j rapidity down the steep incline With a feeling of horror I realized me how I had com to be on the en Â¬ ment whether paper or coin should be ranged for St Louis Republic f Those ingenuous persons who 4 nij awful peril for I know that in de- Â¬ gine I told him that I was intending as good as every other dollar the pol scending the ten mile grado there was to ride to Los Vegas but did not men- Â¬ ic3 of his party was irrevocably set- Â¬ imagino that Mr Quay has been de-Â¬ posed are invited to consult tho figures llttlo hopo that tho engine would stay tion the part the brakeman had played tled in the matter 1 shouted Very different was the situation of of the balloting for a president at tho upon the rails at the top of To my surprise he did not seem dis Â¬ the democrats of New York The great convention of republican clubs held in my voice hoping that some of the train men had returned to tho engine pleased at me for 1113 attempt to steal body of tho representatives of that Scranton The vote was Quays man but only tho sound of the swiftly roll- Â¬ a ride but complimented mo on my party In the last congress and most of 141 tother fellow 42 N Y Cora- ing wheels camo In answer to my call nerve in slaying with tho engine at its senators had voted for a free coin Mekinloys American tin plato There were several sharp curves the risk of 1113 life and putting on the age bill The democratic convention along tho route and some of these brake as I did I had saved the com Â¬ of Ohio and that of Kentucky had de- Â¬ industry iu Ohio is likely to die elec- were on tho very verge of deep abysses pany the less of several thousand dol- Â¬ clared in favor of free coinnge These tion da3 A World correspondent has making tho peril of my descent so lars he explained for which he him Â¬ acts were sound evidence of a strong investigated tho Piqua deception by great that 1 was almost beside myself self might havo been blamed sentiment in tho party Against them which a little mill a little melting pot You give me more credit than I wcro to be set tho firm and with terror simple dec- and ono hundred pounds of tin are Glancing downward through the deserve I replied and then I ex Â¬ laration of the late democratic presi- made to servo ns a great enterprise grate I could see the road running like plained how I had been shut up in the dent Mr Cleveland and the known called into being by tho all benellcent t a great belt beneath me while foster firebox till It wus too Into to leave the sentiment of the business men of the Mckinley bill Boston Globo ti ClOT ANV M0NKY stato of New York It is not surpris- Â¬ and faster rolled the engine sending engine The republican candidato for He cast a surprised glance at me ing that a policy of evasion up a cloud of dust that almost stilled governor of New York insists that state Â¬ and comthat his train was a freight train and me und then said f promise should have suggested itself issues should subordinate national he was forbidden to carry passengers Well you certainly possess frank Â¬ or that ithould have found Tho engine how rocked violent- Â¬ an advo Â¬ issues in the campaign hero The re- Discouraged but not despairing I ly from sido to side and every mo- - ness and truthfulness which is after cate In such a lender as Ocw Hill His publican candidate for governor of went to tho head brakoman unci sought mon I oxpected it to leave the track all more to 3our credit than the perÂ¬ to the credit of the sagacity of the Massachusetts insists that national is to induce him to allow mo to ride on I could only escape from my prison formance of a bravo deed would havo leaders of the New York democracy sues should subordinate stato issues If one of tho box ears there might yet be tlmo for mo to jump been Come with me to Los Vegas that In a situation of this sort they saw there Republican policy seems to be ho asked Got any money and savo myself Once more I took and Ill see what I can do forjou at once tho duty nnd tho advantage- of a matter of geography Brooklyn Not a cent I replied but IIe took me with him to Los Vo a policy absolutely beyond hold of the iron door and shook it with misunder- Â¬ Eagle Youll havo to walk then ho said all my might but it remained as solid gas where hu obtained for mo work as standing Referring to the past they Star Route Dorsey has joined and passed on brakeman and six months ago I was suy as the walls of iron about me Wo now as then stendfnstlv ad Steve Elklns In prophesying that Maine If tried tho other brikeman with I now despaired of escape and lj ipromotcdjrto tho position now hold here to principles of sound finance will be the noxt nominee of his party hUe result thn I began to feel pretty Will Llsehbee In Golden Days Wo are against tho coinage of any dol- Â¬ There socins to bo little doubt that a blue l walked Hn the truck along tho most stupefied with the terror of my lar which is not of the intrinsic stray vote taken among tho men who 1 situation I sat there and waited for 1 had side of thu train wishing that Hydrogen Is tho lightest substance value of every whatever might happen at different times have too tottered j never seen tho state of Colorado known It weighs only one sixteenth the United States other dollar of upon And ns if they Tho speed wns now growing fright- Â¬ as much as oxygen the narrow lane that divides 1 Presently- - I stopped to admire a ful und every instant 1 expected tho readily with oxygenIt combines most were resolved that there should be no republican politics from tho peuitcn- now locomotive that was in thu train and chlorine near it nter H whs u beautiful engine to leap from tho rails and go When burned or combined with oxy- Â¬ cnanco for any such trickery as that of tlnry would give the author of ther pfojo of workmanship fresh from tho crashing down into one of the ravines gen it forms water It is an essential the Fifty first congress they proceed Mulligan letters a deeislvo majority to denounce the Sherman silver law Chicago Times 3 shops tuaA was being taken south for that skirted tho road 5 Â¬ part of plants and under which one tenth of our gold Suddenly I felt tho engine lurch vio- Â¬ duced by tho dcuayanimals It is pro The Boston Homo Markot club i tho Mexican Central of animal and veg yhlla I wtu standing there the train lently from sido to sido as it rounded etablo matter or from molecules of stock has been exported and all our sil- Â¬ has sent fifty thousand documents Into t Ohio to help thfl was uncoupled just back of the locomo- Â¬ a curve then to my joj I saw that tho water bj separating It from the atoms ver output Is dammed up at home One It is impossible to exaggerate the ef- Â¬ documents has MuKinloy title of tive and tho lower section backed down furnace door had boon thrown open by of oxygen Waffi fect of this declaration It banishes Earners and Howfor its tho shook With a cry of delight I to another switch They Aro Affected Tho oldest jockoy on tho turf and the free colnago issue not only from by the Tariff A few minutes later the express sprang through tho opening aud was If there is anything Boon standing In the cab still ono of the best of thorn is William tho campaign in this stato this year Which Can rlAva nnmfnul in co Xf TinlnV went by and then the section that had -- w A v single fiance told me that it Hayward who rodo Preakness iu tho but practically from the presidential republican in a wvuv Wea run back was brought on to the document having thai campaign of next year It leaves tho name It must by mala track atwl weat thundering on its would be worse than madness to leap fatuous dead heat race for tho Saratoga field clear for an honest fight on the some subsidizedhavo been written not flying engine which was cup In IS75 lie live at Eatontown from that fast ray to Katwa l dreamer who has question of tariff reform and removes read the daily now moving at a speed of fifty miles an XT I the most serious obstacle to the tri months N Y panors for the last f Li O X Times Hazel Green Herald V f WSM x k 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ -- -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I 5 Â¬ 1 Â¬ w liiiuitniT Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 I - K- - w- i - sm - itiM nh i3 I i mm f iS - 4 iXiA WTWHy Wli THE COURT RELtNTED Edgir Quluot relates thai when ho Mistakes to Ho Avoided and Precaution Ab American Who frosted 1IU Loc and wont to Germany ho visited tho old Essential to Success LEAF BLIGHT FUNGUS sculptor Drtunookor 4Wo talkod ho Vn Arrested or It Soma skill is required for meeting all Tho charges that are made against says of art and tho sculptor was elo Growth Which Destroys uu a ranwUIo uuuuiuonB xor successfully shipping tho Suddenly government of despotism quent over his theories ThoiHl of Htrnwborrr Plants fruit by the wholesale quantity over etc Chilian u story r recalls iiwti i told by Col Thomas wishing to fix a date ho stopped ro to conditions which affect blight long lines of- railway As with perfect II Nelson after his return from Chill fleeted and finally said I think It was in the strawberry the Kentucky state safety so that when tho packages are whero ho represented this govern- Â¬ in tho tlmo of that man what is his gollcffc o agriculture by tlio director opened the spoclmens may bo as plump ment as minister under tho Admin- name You know tho man tho ono -- norimontsin the published bulle and fresh as lu the hour when they istration of Abraham Lincoln lie who has won so many buttlos Ive tin goes into the subject in its minutia wore taken from the trnn Annlc forgotten tho name You must know Bald V which mo loiiowmif is a synopsis commonly packed In barrels and pears Aroyou speaking of Napoleon On the day after my arrival at San- Â¬ it Young1 plants are not liable to blight In half barrels and to prevent any tiago tho capital of Chill I received I asked Yes yes that is It cried tho are nearly grown rattling or blinking a WU1 their leaves or bruising in tran- Â¬ messago from an American then in nrtist and went on with his Interrupted and now beds commonly show but sit they must bo firmly pressed to Â¬ jail at that placo who desired to statement without giving the incident a An gether few of the spots until townrd fall There is a certain natural mo ns early as convenient I called soo second thought at exception to this rule was noticed this elasticity in these fruits as they ap-Â¬ tho jail nnd found a man who looked Some proach maturity ccar which is worth recording and before they be Â¬ not unllko Joo Jefferson when ho rtie Ouly One Ever rrlnted Can To a Find rows of young plants were put out come soft before which they the Word Â¬ are alonpsido old badly blighted ones In er and unyielding The kegs or hard raado up as Rip Van Winkle Ho Bald is a Inch display advertisement barrels his nnmo was Story that ho was a son inThoropnnor 8this week which has no two Both tho method and reaulta when Iho foro part of August it was observed tills before filling are placed temporarily that the young plants next the old upside down and the contents grad- Â¬ of tho lato Associate Justlco Story words allko except ono word Tho nnmo is Syrup of Figs ia taken it is plcmmnl of tho supreme court of tho United truo of ouch new ono tin earing each week and refreshing to tlio taato and aoU ones were becoming badly spotted the ually and carefully luld in from Tho Dr Hurler Medlclno Co This row being especially affected an occasional jarring to them with States and author of tho Commen- Â¬ houso places a Crcscont on everything gently yot promptly on the Kidneya first bring them taries on tho Constitution of tho thev inako und publish Look for it send while tlio plants farthest avvuy wero compnetly together They should bo United States ns well as a brother them tho ruino of tho word nnd thoy will Livor and Bowels cleanses tho sys- Â¬ tem oflbctually dispels colds head about an innh more than level full the of W W rot urn Story tho sculptor and samplesyou book beautiful lithographs or nchca aud free lever pressure on tho head aud tho poet Ho fevers aud cures habitual elasticity of tho fruit making them plnco six said he had been lu that constipation Bynip of Figs is th months which was by no EvrnonnrN--- I wondor solid aud unyielding The bnrrol is means inviting and all of his efforts to married tliut fearfully fat why Iold Closcflst only ronicdy of its kind ever pro girl Brightly then turned right end up und tho find 5ut why ho was incarcerated or to Bceauso there wan so llttlo waist to hor duccd pleasing to tlio taste and ac1 suppose directions marked on it for shipment secure a Philadelphia Press ceptable to tho stomach prompt in hntl be n without Hearing They will then vgo safely a thousand avail IIo I Do xot suffer from siclt headaoho a moment its action and truly beneficial in its miles or more If the worlc has been called on desired my assistance tho minister of foreign af longer it is not necessary uuruirs jjiiuo effects prepared only from tho most well performed Livor Pills will euro you Dose ono llttlo Some puckers wishing to make the fairs and requested somo information pllL Small prico Small doBO Small pill healthy and ngrccablo substances its ns to the causa of Mr Storys imprisonninny excellent qualities commend it fruit appear better in quality than it ment The minister had never heard of really is face or phut each pack Dont to all and havo mado it tho most An Editors Plonsuros Visitor age with better spcoimqns than the the case but said as I was to bo pres- you enjoy sitting on u Bprlng chair I Editor popular remedy known Yorf almost ns much ns sitting ou a average by placing select ones nt tho ented to morrow ho would inquire IntoÂ¬ Syrup of Figs is for sale in BOo the case and by tho tlmo I was In spring poof Homo Budget bottom when about to begin filling the and 1 bottles oy all leading drug- Â¬ stalled as envoy extraordinary and Any rehablo druggist who The explanation of kegs or barrels bring these first to csinister plenipotentiary he would but little injured How Mr Tiihoat Huirrsl Why dont you gists uso Halos Honey of Ilorohound nnd Turf this difference is to be found in the view when the heads arc reversed and tako up the case with mo may not havo it on hand will pro Imagine my Toothache Drops Curolu ono minute This is deception which no surpriso on fact that tho blight fungus is pro- Â¬ opened euro it promptly for any ono who tho day following to lenrn rikos Tho first pagated during tho summer by means honest man will practice that my countryman had been charged A ooNn case tho dollar your wlfo fhhed wishes to try it Do not accept any fruit exhibited should be a fair exhibi- with contempt of microscopic spores which of course of court and that out of your trousers poeltot while you wero uubstituto fell in greatest numbers upon the tion of the whole contents his contempt consisted of entering aslcop Brooklyn - Eaglo The mistake is sometimes made oi CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO young plants nearest the blight-infesteincluding single specimens when too the supremo court and seating himself YotTcunthclpllkingthomtheyaroBovery SAN FIIAN0I8C0 CAL ones Tho lesson to be drawn within the bar when ho had small HEW YORK Nf LOUISVIUE KY Ono pill notion is bo tho fact is too plain to need point- ripe or soft as in case of the packer of crossed his legs and looked directly dose and their Llttlo LiverperfectTry thomn from Pills Carters AND WHISKEY HA1ITS Uartlett pears who saw one so fine and ing out If it wero possible indeed to COUBI AT HUMK WITH Thcro could although turning yellow at the judges I said OUT PAIN HOOk of pur v isolate beds of young plants so as to handsome have bien no contempt intonded It is Is n mean man who will got up a joke tlcular SENT PJKKK It with ripeness that he was tempted to 11 tmivrnt the access to the leaves of all Mi WODIIKY M I When I ou tho inodicil profession whon ho owes his ATLANTA tU OfBro 1G4 Whitehall H include it in the nackatre It had lost an American characteristic n bill Puck spores plants might be kept free from UTlMUITUUrirSHttWf ImirM entered tho private room of President doctor its elasticity nnd becoming soft blight indefinitely yielded to the pressuro of the hard Lincoln to take my final leave previous All through the summer the blight is to my departura for this city my post propagated bj these long spores pears around it and was crushed and of duty 1 found tho president in a chair Toward fall the threads which have destroyed by the jar of the railroad tilted back with the middle of his back been mentioned as forming the grow- Â¬ This loosened the others which in on the edge of tho scat of the chair and Chicago 111 The ing part of the parasite within the sub- Â¬ turn were bruised and spoiled SA whole contents of the package thus be- his legs tied It seemed to me in double stance of the strawberry leaf form I was confined to bed could not bow knot on a marblo mantle I as- Â¬ solid tissue like masses in tho dead came bruised and worthless but this walk from Inme back suffered 5 sure you there has been a great mistake part of spots and finally these appear was ouly a small part of the loss to the made by some one months doctors did not help 3 at the surface as small black dots The bhlpper for the purchasers would try The caso was brought to the atten- Â¬ no more JJartlett pears from so careless bottles of function of these little nodules appears tion of tho court explanations wero to be to preserve the parasite condi- Â¬ a source Tho These remarks on shipping apples made and apologies accepted tions of weather unfavorable to active chief justico of tho court then enter- Â¬ growtli and multiplication cured inc No return in 5 years FRANCIS MAURER They are and pears by the quantity do not ap- tained Mr Story who by tho way was in the old leaves all winter and send ply to packing small and select peart an able as well as a very accomplished ALL RIGHT I ST JACOBS OIL DID IT out in spring threads bearing spores in baskets and boxes for conveyance gentleman IIo lived and died in San- Â¬ by express nor to choice specimens of similar to tho long jointed summer apples each of which is wrapped in tiago having gone thero for his health spores Indiauapolis News I ELYS CREAM BALM Cfoanisos Uo Nasal The cut will show the neenliir ehsmie- - tissue paper for special markets Aiiays jrain aim jnuunmmuon umuii Country Gentleman ter of this fungus How to Hiiudla an Unclornlilrt tlio Soren Hectares Tim to and Smell and Cureitl There is one art seemingly simple THE BEES STING RATIONS FOR PIGS that is known to very few and that is Relative Amount of Vat unit Icnu Un- - Structure or tlio Orjrun Described nnd the art of taking off a shirt after cxer Amply llluHtratcd uluuiircd by Ordinary l oods cibing No ono who frequents tho gym Gives Jlellef nt onco for Cold in JlondT Bulletin 10 of the Virginia experi- Â¬ The organ of defense which worker nasiums during the bummer season can Applv into tho it Quickly Abaorbfd ment station gives the details of ex Â¬ bees possess is a very complicated have failed to notice men tugging and 50c JJroigliiU or by inao ELY BUC 60 Vfartta 8t U Yj periments with 8 different rations fed structure Tlio sting is composed of straining nt their flannel shirts in a OWING TO INCREASED PATRONAGE to pigs to detcrmino their relative two highly polished sharp hollow vain endeavor to get them off A flan lege bti mnoreil to Mm Urgt building economy and the comparative amount spears or lancets 15 15 and an awl A nel shirt especially an undershirt city ttiltubla or education purnoMei orciiDyli th of fat and lean produced by each The in the illustration held firmly together when wet with perspiration sticks concntlrn hulldlnr abori the around floor Oldimt Jnrgeti chrnnpHt In tho world Rrnd forllllmtriitpM cutalnviia and first ration was corn meal alone iu by projections T on the central one siderably closer than a brother nnd I Noa 108 10 A and 100 W lourlli Street Cincinnati which the percentage of nitrogen was which fit into grooves T on tho sides of hundreds of them have been torn by r T o quite small the second consisted of the other tvo Those lancets lying to- trying to remove them in the manner 10 parts corn meal 4 parts bran and 1 gether form a tube between them that Is usual when they arc dry Hut a wet J part beef scrap and the third of 5 parts The central lance A sometimes called shirt has no terrors for nuyono who corn meal 2 parts bran and 2 parts the sheath is larger than the others knows how to handlo it Cross tho leef scrap which had a large percent Â¬ and has a cylindrical reservoir S at the arms take hold of tho left sido of tho K age of nitrogen At the beginning of base which connects with the poison shirt with tho right hand nnd the right is Guaranteed the experiment the groups of pigs L side with the loft hand and tho gar Â¬ tlbuluUly Water 3 in each group weighed about the ment can be pulled off with perfect proof same amount but it soon became eviALL This knowledge would have case dent the third group which ate most spared hundreds much inconvenienco SUktn hiv nitrogenous food was not gaining as nnd has sensibly diminished tho average baultthtrishBrind rapidly as the others and after about ITUDlxm on very Colt profanity St Louis Globe Democrat 2 mouths all three of this group died L Art De La Mode T COMfUICD rLATKrt An examination showed that they per- Â¬ If you listen at night you will como to tho umr Iakih tit Tim TOUK MIHIUXS ixd bkh conclusion that a groat many cricket ished from lack of power to assimilate mutches itro pluycd after dark Marthas UTOrcter It of juliiNiw dealer WatCh Pull food The other groups were slaugh Â¬ Vinoycrd Uoruld or send St ct for inlet iiuiiibsr in tfM lw W J miUHK PiiblUUrr tered after 13 weeks feeding but no A J TOWER MFR DOSTON MASS Ciutfi Itlth Hi New Vrk 3 A nEWJNO lmnd ono vlth monoy In It difference iu the relatlvo amounts of tAM this ririw7itaM Washingtou Star fat and lean could be discovered Tho SATTLEGRAPH OPERATORS I tlio power to cut dlRest nnd fuslmllata ffroup fed com meal alone had gained Tub coming man will never got thoro proper quantity of wlioUtnnio food Till 1 pound livo N O ricuyunc WORK IS PLEASANT pounds of weight for 1470 can novor liu the case wliilu Imparities osUt dry substanco in food eaten at a cost Pays food wsveitund leads In tlioRjKtom Tlio blood miutbo purlfledj if W Can n mnn who fnlls off tlio roof bo called it U tho ltnl principle ramifying through ii tothelilhsitOililons start f 53 cents per pound gained Tho Uavh It quickly ami viry part of tho body Dr Tutts IM1U expat nn eaves tlropporl BinyliHinton ltcpub ourcnulaatc In rallroml or all Impurities nnd vitalize the wholo system froiin fed 10 nnrls enrn ranul 4 rmrts licati commercial service Crops bran and 1 part beef scraps gained 1 aro splendid iinllroads am Refill A very buiy Uprauri f rn Iri Tnn forper Is nlwnyn careful to got a good T ound live wciurht for 1204 nounds drv 1 havo Imtiii lultifi Dr Tutts Liver rills reat demauS WKITJl liingliuniton Republican natno tlio punt thrno months for Irspepsln vrenU rOK CIKClUIiAKM fuuniunce in food eaten at a coat oi and nervousness Pnouusn a man HhnUos in Ills shorn 1b no stomach do mo so much RoodI never bad any Â¬ Yslmtlaes Kchool of Tlegrsliy JaarsilIIe Wli 48 cents per pound gained To sum Â¬ thing to I recommend nigu hp has lit Hoston TrunucrljiL them as tho best pill In exhtenoo and do all marize it appears 1 That a very nar Â¬ 7 can to acquaint others with their merits m OHIO TO ONE WITH LANCKTH IlHAWX 11EK STINO row ration is not fed with economy A nnwoK should novor ho condemned un They are a upcoUl blculng WELL CliOSS HUfTION OP 8TIXC AND A HIDE Itor l- It OSGOOD Now York nd may ovcn cnuso death through til It hus boon triod by Us plors Texas LANtKT MUCH MAGNIFIED DRILL Siftlngs lack of power to assimilate food in so a Awl b I Lancets o roluon Back e e concentrated a form 2 That not the Vulvcs h Hoilow In Awl i i Hollow in with oar CninoHa Well It Is tho man who lives noxt door to a FOR DYNIKINIA slightest difference is made in the pro Lnncots m Tubo from sack to reservoir o o noisy grocery who would lllto to luy tho coriiincmnr ry tub 1 perfect If clawlri Price 25c Offico 39 41 Park Place N Y SSSB ITKI Portions of fat and lean meat in hogs Openings from liollow In tho lancets s Keser ners to no --Texus Sif tings fMt droppInu tools in NYMAN sjHUsHwCataieffe LOOMIS feu corn meal alone and corn meal voir t t lMiltfcs iu awl t Groovo in lnncot GRATEFUL COMFORTING Old ngc tells on ono nnd ho docs youth In MUUl Tirrirf eHie wef scrap and bran 3 That tho cost u u IiurbB a the person of ones llttlo brother sack C by tho tubo M and below by Per pound increase of live stock weight dr areoNiuAKeuwt I taho Would you marry for money Was one half of 1 cent per pound in silt with tho tubo made by tho joining TeHCbentHtHdeiMaYuuaiiHra or IBdleetSMavSMMiNfiv nssk Tho htnaller nothing else replied tho minister Kuta lancets of the threo BREAKFAST lavorof thcbran fed lot P W721KULKB A CO rkllaUteta ffc Kit Utit Washington thorough knowlodKO of tho natural laws Hjr lancets 15 Jl have at their bases pecu- Fields aarMAiu win rut r an rw nu tlio oporntlom of dlfenlon are Turi woman uln nays slio lhnt waited nn which Rovernby a cnrntul application of and fine liar valves E E Tholr points tlio trttlon and POULTRY PICKINGS Knp hat stM of barbed U U in tho sectional drawing ago is very careful not to add it to hor own proportlcs our wollulctcd Cocoa Mr duifculelr YOUNG provided lircuklnit lablus with a Puck Arrow each hen threo square feet of which also shows tho tube in the lan- Â¬ flavoured bevorniio which nmy isve us ruanr beavr 4 doctom bills It U ly tho judicious ma of such KKPlV cet and the openings O O connecting MrltcterC of AonrATimnnv mon nro lllto now ground nrtlclns up diet that a constitution war be gradual F arifsiti this JEaslaeer rwrt r IEKIV lli1c to resist ovary built until rim twr Theso do botrcr nftor thoy nro broken up Co Â¬ ioncy toducAffl strong anouuh subtle maladies ten lA41nnnn tubo with tlio exterior are Ilundrudiof n Ponds xMwiia uru ucil wmuiu itoiouil tho jtrMk ontlnir around us ready to attack wherever there tin 1IC VBx7ooVkvititrvKmttk barbs catch and hold causing the sting lumbus IOBt taereaitkly Uuh is a weak ioni Wo mar escaDO niaur a fatal shaft nUHIC nto8horttiaBdste J kept fr T BaAl by koeplnc oursolvos well orttMed with pure blood by mull THI bo left In when it is used The poison dry and clean earth makes a to Urjt rH Most peoplo ask ndvlco In order to secure aitd properly nourished rasas OivU srvU4 SVsMS TSU fAMMl twy kM t MS Bod fl00r ov poutry Is driven through tho openings and somo continuation of tholr own decisions at sifht Made simply with bolllnr water or milk Bold WMITFIlO tfiTsl eltlursss NS must tho tuba formed by TTmII only eaettal raJrsd JliUrut lJ Prodded wtl1 wnrra- through object ctung This tho lanco Dallas News on W in half pound tins by Urocers lsbelled thus sh clter poison Is BKKU Jt CO I led Okaia at Oemmre Ck Ill CO Ilomewpathlo Chemists if they lay eggs during tho win- into tho JAMES EPPS t It is not considered nn offense for a sarkiKS tux rAiMtM MnsfasasMa Lonfon Enflami nn acid fluid which tho beo secretes and switchman to flag at his work Boston tb SjT Mucii loss in eggs is often occasioned stores in tho sack C Ilcing ncld an Courlor IIho4 Rere4y IM CaUrr CCUCD Deat Kajlirt loJQlfi uk1 Output UiV rLffLII CURED TO STAY CURED soda will neuV allowing the We want the Dame and adhens to lay outside tho alkali as ammonia or It is singular how n surgeon retain his A I T lrJW or erery sufferer la Ui tralize it and help to allay tho pain and popularity whon ho so often cuts his frlonds ffUry house 8 sad I0TUUs V RireU Canada AddroM swelling Oraugo Judd If armor Lowell Courlor eKbrs are to be kept any tlmo they ho I Wmh RaNM uld be washed clean as soon as they old by dnwixti or ant Uf watt Massachusetts farmers ncrnr plow with We gathered Kl Uiwwllliie Warren F sVi Wintkh layers depend upon enrly a sluglo nx Thoy havo a llolyoka In the enrly pullets depend upon early tula Philadelphia Pros JJE reason why corn should bo fed pullets fV 18D4 fght during the winter is that it is sottcrs and early setters depend upon The youmg woman whs propoMft mar jkrmmrmiun mux ithex wnitin rj of the very best materials for inak winter layers A failure of one means riRKfl to a man is or trying to make tU4e tUt Jim Mr sa AtfuiUrmtai once for wtr CaUw joo Utl of the others ker HtatMBUM more er less a failure f animal heat ftaatf for boritlf--Yo- u MsWMsBDmaftki rQ Â¬ AGRICULTURAL HINTS SHIPMENT OF FRUIT 2 - Â¬ a j Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ d mm 1 Â¬ hpium HELPLESS Â¬ m Â¬ ST JACOBS Oil Â¬ Kottr1tIt Â¬ E M BARTLETTS f I Â¬ Commercial College J Â¬ Tower o FLICKER o SoftWoolep Collar Irrjproved Â¬ I v ee Latest StySes N- w - I J 1 s 1 I 5 The Secret of Health it liSJaB if m w w Noted Divine says -- 11 -- Â¬ - Tutts Liver Pills BORE WELLS 3 EPPSS COCOA Â¬ 65 X iMlm li 1 Ja 11 X fsslj Â¬ l htM Rig cmuoji X H Ai t kU - AN EXCITING CHASE fcy laurel Comity Tim Arreitt or ifr h4 The little iown of London Ky hod quite n sensation ew day last week A wagoner from Prry county entered the First National Bank and presented two forged checkt for payment one for 530 and the other for 570 both signed A L Lewis one payable to J C Hoggs a GAME OLD PALO ALTO EIGHTH GILLILAND CAUGHT Uniiil Cltlxen MtTIKPDr rl ULVK G1CASH rr merchant of Hyckn and the other to John Bowling whom the wagoner iraper Bonatcd Caebler Ford at once recog nixed the forgery and politely asking the man to be seated a few minutes sent a boy for Sheriff Moren The man whose name is ascertained to be Joe Miniard became nervous and demanded his checks On receiving or the money thereon neither ho left the bank in anger So when tho Sheriff came in Mr Ford went out on tho street with him where they were not long in finding the would be swindler Ho was arrested on tho spot and on tho way to the jail ho asked per mission to give bail Tito Sheriff undertook to assist Min- Â¬ iard but on reaching the depot Miniard Htcpped behind tho Sheriff and struck him a severe blow in tho back of the head felling him to the ground and cutting an ugly and painful gash Tho culprit at onco took to his heels and came near ccapipg Town Marshal Uarben who was near by seized tho Sherifis pis tol and pursued tho Sheriff coming on in the rear after recovering from tho ahnck Harben opened and continued firing until ho arrested the man in the edge of tho woods near the Riley House Ho was materially assisted by Col Col bert who slipped out the back way from the hotel and came upon the fugitive unexpectedly and he was so near that ho turned and surrendered at once Min iard admits his guilt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ There is moro Catarrh in this section of tho 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 euro with local treatment pronounced it in- Â¬ curable Science has proven Catarrh to bo a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio is tho only constitutional cure on the market It is taken internally iii doses from 10 drops to a tcaspoopful It acta directly upon the blood and inucqus surfaces of the system Thoy offer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure Seud for circulars and testimonials Address F J CHENEY CO Toledo Sold by druggists 75 cents HE WILL HANQ Hltanaon 0 Buih to be Exflcutatl nt Stanton In December Simpson Bush confined in the Stan- Â¬ ton jail and sentenced to hang for tho murder of his wifo in Clay City was considerably affected last week when in- Â¬ formed that that tho decision in his case had been alBrmed by tho Court of Ap peals He remarked that ho is innocent of tho charge and is as woll prepared for death as ho over will bo and ho said ho would not confess that ho did tho murder in order to get his sentenco commuted to life imprisonment and that he would not confess to a thing that ho did not do Bush according to tho sentonco pro nounccd at tho last term of tho Powell Circuit court by Judge Riddcll will bo hanged at a point near tho jail in Stan Â¬ ton on December 14 next BusV Claims that either his wifo or one of tho other occupants in their room did tho shooting Should Bush hang it will bo tho first leÂ¬ gal hanging over done in Powell county Â¬ Â¬ Wo want every mother to know that croup can bo provontcd Truo croup nover appears without a warning Tho first symptom is hoarseness then tho child appears to have taken cold or a cold may havo accompanied the hoarse new1 from the start After that a pecul- Â¬ iar rough cough is developed which is followed by tho croup Tho time to act is when the child first becomes hoarse a few doses of Chamberlains Cough Rom edy would prevent tho attack Even after tho rough cough has appeared tho disease may bo prevented by using this remedy as directed The only safe way is to keep a 50 cent bottle of the Remedy in th house for use whenever tho aymp toma of the disease appear For sale by Roee k Swaiiv Determined to Tut nit Knil Tho Hero of the Stanford Mtnlila Lower to the tang of KohberM After Allerton III H cordNow Milton Gilliland was arrested Wednes Â¬ At Stockton Cnl October 27 Palo day week by Deputy Sheriff Hansford Alto the old hero of the Stanford stables beat his record trotting it mile in 210 and taken to Somerset Ky and in deflat He made the quarters in 32 32J fault of bail was lodged in jail Young It was a game race againut Gilliland is implicated witli the notorious 33 and 33J time from start to finish and the old i Gilliland cane in robberies committed a ramnnlftiinr did nut make a skip in the lew years ago lor tvnicn crime lie was recently indicted by tho grand jury of entire mile quarter in 32 Pulaski county Milton Gilliland is a When he went to tho seconds horsemen said the pace was too son of Wesloy Gilliiaud and a nephew fast and when he reached the half in of the notorious Doc Gilliland who is 1031 they Baid he could not keep his feet still at large This makes the eighth But Palo Alto was out to beat all his ef- Â¬ member of the gang who has been ar Â¬ forts and went at this surprising gait rested Some sixteen are under indict me of them declare they throughout the milo without even n ment and A united effort is touch of Marvins whip Expert horse- Â¬ will not be arretted will beat being made by the best citizens of the men contend that Palo Alto the worlds stallion record of 2091 held county to forever break up the gang Thoy expect to Hcnd him and so far they have arrested half of the by Allerton again in a few days on this track if the accused Special Notice weather holds good Arrangements have been made with Opinion of the Trade Mouth the various railroads in the State which I find Chamberlains medicines very will enable the delegates attending the excellent particularly Chamberlains Suite meeting of the Farmers and La Â¬ B E Etheridge Hal Cough Remedy borers Union nt Elizabethtown Ky lottville Texas November 10 to get one and one third I havo tried Chamberlains Cough Rem- fare that i when you get your ticket edy with great success R Tanueret you will get a certificate from the agent Waveland Miss showing that you have paid one full Chamberlains Cough Remedy can not fare this will enable you to get a return be beat W L Davis Liberty Hill La ticket for one third fare Dont fail to I havo used Chamberlains Cough Rem Â¬ get a certificate when you buy your edy in my family and consider it the ticket Fraternally yours beot I havo ever tried W J Flowers B F Davis State Sec Doraville Ga Papers friendly to the Order please Fifty cent bottles for sale by Rose copy Swango Puckett Wilt Hone- A Working Coiigreninn The case of William Puckett who Tho Washington rorrespondont of tho with Ambrose Puckott and Tobe Puck- Â¬ Hon John H Courier Journal says ett was indicted for killing Henry Hall Wilson after attending to a great many in Estill county last March was last demands made upon him by his constitu week affirmed in the Court of Appeals ents and also keeping an eye on the Pa The lower court sentenced Puckett to ducah post office in the interest of Maj death by hanging on December 4 next Barnes left for his home yesterday but the date of tho execution will have While in Washington he did a great deal to be fixed bv the Governor of work for the people of Eastern Ken- Â¬ tucky As Mr Wilson is the only Re- ChnmberlnluiVa Kye nnd Skin Ointment A certain cure for Chronic Sore Eyes publican Representative from Kentucky Tetter Salt Rheum Scald Head Old the demands upon him are great Chronic Sores FeverSores Eczema Itch Consumption Cured Prairie Scratches Sore Nipples and Piles An old physician retired from prac- Â¬ It is cooling nnd soothing Hundreds of tice having had placed in his hands by cases have been cured by it after all other an East India missionary tho formula of treatment had failed It is put up in 25 a simplo vegetable remedy for tho speedy and 50 cent boxes For Bale by Rose and permanent cure of Consumption Swango octOyl Bronchitis Catarrh Asthma and all Napoleon McDaniels tho famous Cot- Throat and Lung Affections also a positive and radical cure for Nervous Debil Â¬ ton Belt bandit who with three others ity mid all Nervous Complaints after on tho night of June 9 1890 ditched having tested its wonderful curative pow- Â¬ and robbed a Cotton Belt passenger train ers in thousands of cases has felt it his at Spur Switch five miles west of Texar duty to make it known to his suffering kann Ark was last week captured at fellows Actuated by this motive and a his home Ho had whipped his son un- Â¬ desire to relievo human suffering I will mercifully and the boy gave biin away send free of charge to all who desiro it to the officers of tho law this recipe in German French or Eng Â¬ Meorimine the only permanent cure lish with full directions for preparing for all forms of headache and neuralgia and using Sent by mail by addressing reliovcs the pain in from 15 to 20 min- Â¬ with stamp naming this paper W A utes For sale on positive guarantee at NOYK8 820 Powers Block Rochester The Herald office or sent postpaid by N Y 4yl mail on receipt of price 50 cents a box The Kentucky colt Ralph Near Erie Pa George Heidecker died by Red Wilkes dam by Mambri Wilkes no Patchen owned by Dr Galbreath of and was buried temporarily pending the Lexington Ky made a record recently purchase of a lot by his family When at Independence Iowa of 218 with the remains were exhumed to be removed tho wind blowing almost a gale It is it was found that he had been buried quite probablo that ho will be sent to nlivo In his agony he had bitten ofl several of his fingers California to trot against Arion 214 If your hair is turning gray restore to For Sore Throat Saturate a flannel it tho huo of youth by tho use of Ayers bandage with Chamberlains Pain Balm Hair Vigor The best hair preservative and bind it on tho throat It will euro any ordinary case in 0110 nights time Robert Bonner does not think Sunols For Balo by Roso Swango time of 208 over a kite shaped track any better than that of Maud S 208 A cow belonging to J A Menges a over a regulation track but he says unprominent stock breeper living north of less Sunol lowers her record this fall he Goshen Ind gavo birth to four calves will be sadly disappointed each weighing about forty fivo pounds We want 1000 dozen eggs at 10c We This makes a total of cloven calves which this samo cow has given birth to within want your country produce We want the past threo years she having had your surplus change and wo want to sjII you goods cheaper than anybody twius three times H F Pier Co Xtentennnt Governor Alton is a graduate and endorser of tho Com Â¬ W T Saunders Marshal of Crab Or- Â¬ mercial Collego of Kentucky University chard is on trial at that place for the Lexington Ky which received Gold murder of Polico Judgo Egbert in August last Saunders has been in jail ever Medal at Worlds Exposition siuco the murder and is very much ema Â¬ R Smith Pres Wimiur Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ AILWAYJ3 KOUTK L SZSS253E2fi iveTo HIV A HATURAX SXBOEOT VOX SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE FROM CENTRAL KENTUCKY NORTH EAST WEST AND SOUTHWEST FAST LINE BETWEEN LEXING I TON AND CINCINNATI j9SoiiKDUiiK in Effect May 10 1891 South Bound Cincinnati Covington Lexiugton No 1 Daily No a No 6 Accotii Daily Daily TO AM IOI NTH Epileptic Fits Falling Sickness Hyster Â¬ ics St Titus Daace Ncrrousaess Hypflcheitdria Melancholia la ebrity Sleeplessness DIz zlaess BralH aad Spi Express Fst Le ExStin 00 pm 3 OOpni 18am 8 08 mi 3 06 pm 11 18 urn 10 23 nm 6 10pm 12 lOnn ii wpm 7 00pm 1 6 15 pm am 7 05 pm 12 lOnn 7 55 pm i oopui 1 Oltim 4 50 pm 7 85 pm 7 50 pm 4 50 pm 8 aal Weaksess This medicine has direct action upon tho norvo centers allaying all irritabili- Â¬ ties and Increasing tho flow and power of norvo fluid It is perfectly harmless And loaves no unpleasant effects Lv blUHiii Paris Ar FREE Thia Pat tor prepared 07 tho RaTeread liBowpreBaredttBderhiaduecUoa by Us reaeirbM baa Ar Itiohmnud Livingston Corbin A Valuable Beok m 2fnrea MiddIe8borouirh fHteaMaaent free to aayaddroM Cumberland Gap and peer pattoata cut alto obUla tfejs eellelae free at efearge Corbin Le Paris Winchester i KOENIQ MCD OO Chicago III SettbyDnassktsatSlBttrBetUs ftar9 lAWtMMSl7ff 6Bettleefer illiaiiisburg o45pin Jellico Ar 6 20 pm ilichmoud Le 1 50tim Lancaster 4 45 pm Stanford Ar LUpill North Bound Stanford Lancaster Le No 2 Daily No 4 1891 HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY Normal and Preparatory School SECOND TEltM BEGINS 1892 Kichmond Ar 3C c Le 2 o Jellico 8 15 am Williamsburg 8 50am Corbin 9 35 am Ar Cumbd GapLc H motS 6 33am 3 Middlesborougli 0 58 am Corbin Livingston Livingston Kichmouu Lexirmtou Covington Express a 3 a 2 Daily 7 00 urn 7 50 am 10 15am No 6 Daily Ex Sun MONDAY NOVEMBER 16 1891 Ar Le Le Ar Le G Â¬ Â¬ two-year-o- ld Laws W L Mdnson Trav Pass Agt ENGLISH COURSE prepares for Ken Cincinnati Ohio tucky University nnd Colleges of that class- - S R Knott C P Atmoke ANCIENT A MODERN LANGUAGES Traffic Manager Gen Pass Agt General Offices Louisville Ky S F B Morse Asst Gen Pass Agt Our rates are less than any school in Eastern Office Chamber of Commerce Building Kentucky Rates of Tuition per Mouth Cincinnati Ohio No 2 Daily to all points except Rowland Division which is dailv except Sunday No I Runs daily from Lexington to CinS Payable one half on entering School the other at middle of term cinnati No 2 Runs daily No 5 Runs daily from all stations ex BOARDING Thcre will be no more trouble about cept the Rowland Division which is dailv too high bourd the cost of board and lodg except Sunday No 3 Daily except Sunday ing will be only 200 run wkkk everyNo thing furnished We can accommodate ington4 Daily between Cincinnati and Lex sixty boarders iu our new building new Nos 2 and 0 make connections at Winfurniture andgood fare The teachers live M V E D in the Dormitory and have the immediate chester for points on the N N No 2 Carries through cars from Cincin charge of the boarders D G Combs is the nati to Middlesborough and Cumberland caterer no better can be found Gap and all intermediate stations and runs daily FREE SCHOLARSHIPS Any scholars tukii g first and second honIN EFFECT MAY 18th 1891 ors on the completion of their courses iu the Academy shall be entitled to u free scholarTHE ship each in Kentucky University A free scholarship iu the Academy will be awarded to one pupil from each of the following OLD KENTUCKY ROUTE mountain counties viz Breathitt Clay Elliott Flovd Harlan Johnson Knott Lee frfrfrSfrOfrfrfrfrOCfrfrfr Leslie Letcher Lawrence Martin Magoffin Newport News Mississippi Valley Co Menelee Morgan Owsley Perry Pike Pow CE D ell and Rowan provided such arrangements have been mada for the competitive WASHINGTON PHILADELPHIA examination bj the common school authorBALTIMORE NEW YORK ities or with their consent as shall enable THE SEA SHORE each student of common school grades to OLD POINT And all Eastern Cities compete for the scholarship and the appli cant therefor shall bear a certificate from The Direct LinP to the examiner thut he has obtained the high est mark attained upon the examination in LEXINGTON LOUISVILLE his count ST LOUIS KANSAS CITY We would advise all to enter at the be CHATTANOOGA MEMPHIS ginning of a term but you can enter at any And nil Points West and Northwest and time and classes will be arranged South and Southwest You cannot find a better school in the mountains of Kentucky Our rates are low Fast Fast Ml Accom our methods of teaching Normal we keep KA8T bound Express Daily Daily abreast with the tide of education Our pu Daily ex Sun ex Sun pils are our best advertisement We refer you to them Lexington Le 6 15pm 7 35 am 5 45pm Harel Green is the prettiest town in East Winchester 7 00pm 8 23am 7 10pm crn Kentucky free from many of ills ot Mt Sterling 7 30pm 8 52nm 7 45pm railway towns aud those of more popula Olive Hill 9 03pm 10 40am 10 00pm tion no saloons or hnrhors of temptation Ashland 10 30pm 12 15pm The people welcome strangers and influ Cattlettsbursr 10 43pm 12 28pm ences for good are thrown around them Huntington Ar 11 07pm 12 50pm All bourders will be under the supervision of the teachers Send for catalogues etc WEST BOUND TEACHERS COURSE embraces nil the br inches required in the Common Schools Daily Theory and Practice a specialty drills for Teachers BUSINESS COURSE embraces the Teu chers Course Book Keeping Business Forms and Transactions and Commercial Winchester Paris Paris 11 15am 6 05 am 12 46 pm N0 11 0 25 am 05 am 40 pm 55 am 1 Cincinnati Ar Ar 7 45am 2 33 pm 7 00 am 2 00 pm 7 53 am 1 Jo pm 10 49nm 5 40 pm 10 55 am 5 50 pm pm pm pm 6 45 pw 3 45 4 25 6 37 100 -- 150 and 200 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ oooo Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WM May 8 1891 H CORD PRINCIPAL J p CAPP Jeweler EZEI KY Â¬ Huntington caiuettsDurg Ashland Olive Hill Mt Sterling Winchester Lexington 20pm 6 00am 39pm 6 25 am 1 50pm 6 37 am 3 03pm 8 20 am 4 00 am 4 32pm 10 27 am 6 25 am 4 58pm 11 15 am 7 15 am Ar 5 30pm 12 05pm 8 05 am 1 1 Le and has Vestibuled Pullman Bullet Sleepers between Louisville Lexington Washington New York and Old Point Comfort ThN train is made part of the celebrated Limited Ykstibulkd Express runs dailv att A 1 tL0p CtMl 3k 9M rV Tiri QvSJCTif VSV ifS ciated Tho Congressional race in tho vicinity of KnoxviUe Tcnn between John C Houck a son of tho late Congressman and John J O Williams a well known Democrat is becoming intensely inter estliig Thus Jar over 60000 havo been bet on tho result and still the sports are not satisfied Happy and content is a home with The RoÂ¬ chester a lamp with the light of the morning Ftrcatahftit mritt Rstkttttr Lam C AVtv JVri Watches Clocks Jewelry East of Huntington on the C O route I ast MaiiTiuins run daily except Sun day between Lexington and Huntington Make direct connections at Huntington with Ashland with CiO At with K C R S V Rv At W inchester R north and south bound and at Lexington with L N L 8 and C N O A T P Railroad Lexinoton and Ouvk Hill Accomo dation daily except Sunday Connects nt Inchester to nnd from K C points and at Lexington with L S R R for Louisville lor full information in regard to llntei Routes etc apply to any Agent of this or connecting lines or to H E Huntington C L Rrown V P and O M G P A Â¬ Â¬ F F V There is a movement on foot at Lex ington to establish the largest trotting horse farm in tho world tho Bed Wilkes family being the nucleus All infections of tho blood are removed by Aycra Sarsaparilla Sold by druggist TR J F LOCKHART G WRarney G A LEXINGTON G Â¬ WmIcrcm Malaria ludlgtto aad ToWN IKON MITTRKi a MUetLikens la of StamlkfWu was killed a few It mrtM quleklrtfeq For Mk by all dtl An infallible remedy for diphtheria iMdtetitt Uet day by a b bej which wm found or sore throat of any kind is a poultice m4 hoi by a MnfcJaf party The Measles and hog cholera aw raging in of bruised raw onions Apply to the af Â¬ ytMMf kvdy h4 bet partially devoured Green township Champaign county O fected part It U Ujtint tr-W FOR TIIK BLOOD ful LOU DAY Proprietress This house has been recently refitted and refurnished and the table is at all times sup TEACHERS1 INSTITUTE PROCEEDINGS plied with the best in tho market Rates reasonable Sample room attached and spe Â¬ With a new trimming machine a modern cial rates to commercial men Patronage I stapler fast Job press an abundance of tvpo respectfully solicited a61v and superior workmen we are better pre pared to print Institute Proceedings Tho justly celebrated l any office in Eastern Kentucky Please than uiiiiii clvu j II trrviHii tJkV iiiniif vf iii us your ordew SPENCER COOPER mu cxiiu ni una oinco hi iu cents a uozen Editor Herald Hazel Greon Ky and the best pencil iu town at 5c apiece 3r5 DENTIST 5ZEL Lexington Ky WS Harrison A KY Abhlaud Ky TAY KY MRS HOUSE Hazel Green Ky Â¬ --- -1 s -