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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i j pn i n t 0 - lf a- t- V w - k 7 t i w rr H A ZEL iRREN Of a Noisy World With News From AH Nations Lurabring SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor at His Bade Sloo a year Always 13 1891 AVE In Avn SEVENTH YEAH HAZEL G ltEEX WOLFE COUNTY ICY FRIDAY NOVEMBER NUMBER 34 BO THE BANKRUPT o GKREAT OF o STATE SUNSHINE AND SHADOW SALE Thrub are twenty ono persona in the Louisville Jail charged with murder Tin Louisville postofllco during the month of October sold stump to tho amount of 330SMfl W E Greek n Louisville jockey was killed last week In a wreck on the Mksouri Kansas and Tcfxag railway All tho schools nt Flemingsburg arc closed on account of the prevalence of llphthcrlii and scarlet fuver James G Maxey n wealthy farmer of Marrowbone Cumberland county commit ted suicide last week by hanging A new paper called Tho Sun has just been started at Morchcad in Kowati county Hutcman Uatemnn are tho proprietors Edward Ballard of Christian coun- Â¬ ty was last week drowned while bathing In the Cumberland lllvcr near Hopklnsvllle A nkoro named Wood one of tho convicts turned loose at Hriecville Tcnn was last week killed nt Lebanon Junction while resisting arrest About 100 of tho Tennessee convicts who escaped into this State after being re leased by the miners mob have been return ed to the Tennessee pen nt Nashville Johx B Gaines editor of tho Park City Times at Bowling Urcen last week had the misfortune to lose his barn by firo The loss is 2000 with an insurance of 800 Tub firm of Huguely Buster Kob inson of Danville last week sold to II F Holloway of Sedalia Mo the 5 year old trotting stnllion Woodsprlte for 8500 cash Thk Kentucky Association 1ms made an assignment nt Lexington to Gen J F Robinson Louis Straus and Dick Stoll Their race track and grounds are valued at Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Hi 7f CLOTHING BUSINESS IX CENTRAL KENTUCKY You can mako your fare and at least 20 per cent besides to como to Lexington and buy your Clothing I ill ftPJIUCMT U SUITS AND OVERCOATS V for Men and Boys from us Besides this wo offer you tho largest stock to select from f CLOTHING 50 CENTSDOLLAR house recently tailed in New York purchased the goods at J JCl 4 HIT w CLorHity that you can eco nnywhero If you cant come write and TETL US WHAT YOU WANT and well send you samples to select f rdm If goods dont suit that wo sell or send you ItKTUItN AT OUlt EXPENSE If you want u suit mndo to order and cant come let us know nud well 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 We sell wholesale and retail v No Fire Stock No Damaged Goods But the entire stock of a large wholesale clothing We ONE PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE M KAUFMAN 54 East Main Street J M CO LEXINGTON KY 1 Â¬ KELLY DOLLAR FIFTY CENTS on theCassimer homeScotch Consisting of Fine Brown spun Suits Fine Dress Suits Fine Tricot Suits The most elegant line of Â¬ President WM BRIGHT Socrctary and Treasurer WHENEVER YOU VISIT LEXINGTON CALL ON THE i lib FINE OVERCOATS Ever shown by any Clothing House in Kentucky Ulsters of every description Double breasted Kersey Overcoats beautiful style and workmanship Lexington Foundry Go Office 99 EAST MAIN STREET Shop K U RAILROAD near 7th St They arc oncrnting THK LAItQKST FOUNDRY AND MACHINE STATE east of Louisville 100000 8IIOP IN THE l Giie Mate Mr Selections Tm Court of Appeals in an opinion j All kinds of BOILER AND ENGINE by Chief Justice Holt nflirmed the judg DONE lowest livino piucks ment of a life sentence against Oscar Down ard and Scott Whalen for the assassination Oflico 99 EAST MAIN STREET 6TFoundry on K U RAILROAD of Marshal Samuel Voglesong of Falmouth Oct 16 1800 Â¬ HSU at tke REPAIRING SKILLFULLY J M KELLY President f J JUeXlIlgliOIl 4 JGLy T3T There never has been such an opportunity before to buy First class Clothing Louis W I 1 Gus Straus IGHTNIN6 Leading Clothiers of Lexington Ky FOR MAN OR BEAST uipFonTriE frY 2TAFRnHEMVn AFE 0U1JL INIMENT 35lW cJrE I JGD URE CROUP PEEDY MtTCMEJLIL DEALER IN Hardware Queensware TinwareslAgricullural - Implements Vuloan Chilled Plows best made Evans Triple Harrows Hinders and Whiteleys Solid Steel F Aveuy Sons Stekl Plows Mowers HillHall Mitciikll Cos Steel C lumria Twer and Grancjer sulky bide Plows Hay Rakes Improved Malta Double Shovel Cooks Patent Evaporators Plows Oliver Chill and South Bend Plow Havens Pioneer Cane Mills Fish Bros Celebrated Wagons Repairs Wagon S Standard Stoddards New Climax and Tioek Jones U price C0 with 6 Ton guara written Scales Disc Harrows antee for 5 years Evans 2 horse Corn Planters Opponents of tho graded school tax recently voted nt Crab Orchard will oiler resistance by legal process to the collection of the tax Hut Attorney General Hendrick says they will have it to pay Judge Jackson of the U 8 District Court at Louisville has affirmed a judgment for 10000 against Col Sam MnKce for money he failed to account for when he was Pension Agent for Kentucky in 18Jl 70 The sixteen head of yearling trotters all fillies shipped to Chicago from this place by Col II P Pepper were sold In F J Uerry Cos combination sale last Thurs day and brought uu average of nearly 900 Judoe Lindsay of Frankfort says that the new constitution will not provi nt Ilourhon and Hath counties from taking n vote on another subscription to the Ken tucky Midland road and that a new proposition will soon be submitted to Ilourbou Water was turned on by tho Paris Water Co on the 11th of February ond they now have one hundred and thirty custom ers which is sixty five more than they ex pected to get the first year No town in Kentucky is improving faster than Paris The Stuto Superintendent of Public Instruction one day last week drew warrants on the Treasurer for 040000 and checks have been forwarded to the various County Superintendent in the State to pay teachers tor the first two mouths of the present term While Pat Cunningham wnR cleaning out the hi cistern in the rear of the post office block he found a diamond pin valued at 705 A D Huff jeweler who uses the cistern recognized the pin as his own and 100 reward paid Cunningham Richmond Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The underHigncd token pIcuMirc In announcing that they have juil completed nr rnngcmentH with the American Hook Company that will enable him to sell the sohool uookh adopted uv tuc orate Jionru 01 bmicntlon at the loimwing reduced rates McGuflcyH Small Primer 15 M RayH New First Arithmetic llcviticd Primer wecotid ANtnmeiio GIBAEffi SGI001 BOOKS Eclectic Speller First Reader Second Reader Third Reader Fourth Reader Filth Reader 17 17 JO Third Arithmetic Key to Hnmo fiO C0 High Arithmetic 85 75 Kev to same B0 McGufleys Int Eclectic leovraphy 55 1 10 2d Eclectic Geography 7f 1 30 8fi Sixth 3d Eclectic Geography The above nchoolhook piiullciuloiiH ot tho American Jiook Cotnpnnv are well known fitnndnnlH and we nluill nt all times have a full Miipply on hand for Hale to school oftioern teachers or pnpilR at the prices named Other school books published by the American Hook Company 137 Walnut Street Cincinnati supplied at correspondingly low prices j uax a lu iinzei ureen Hy 42 t Seeing is Believing And a good lamp must be simple when it is not simple it is not good SiinfiU JSeautiul Gwl -- these words mean much but to see The Rochester will impress the truth more forcibly All metal tough and seamless and made in three pieces only it is absolutely sa fir and unbreakable Like Aladdins of old it is indeed a wonderful lamp for its mar- Â¬ velous light is purer and brighter than cas light softer than electric light and more cheerful than either Look for this ntmnp TiihKociikstkk If the lampilcater hasnt the srHiflne Rochester nml the style you -- I wnnt send to us for our new Illustrated catalogue nud wc will scud you n lamp snfely by express your choice of over UOUU varieties from the lMitit futmfi Store in the World ijf KOUHUKTim LAMP CO 42 Park Place New York City The Rochester UNDERTAKER Climax HAZEL GREEN KY Â¬ Cutlery Shears and Builders Hardware a Specialty in Kastcrn Kentucky Tho largest Htock of Cook nml Heating Stoves of any house East side S Maysvillo Street MT STERLING KY Lexington ky West Short Street A Model Restaurant in Almost Every Feature Tbn Hmglteto 12 mUmMmm Kentucky whisky will bo nssessod nt 800 per barrel this year that figure having been fixed upon by the committee on valua AM DKALKRIN tion composed of tho State Auditor Treasurer and Secretary of State This is less than twenty cents per gallon Tho receipts from this source of revenue will amount to about 20000 And Trimmings of All Kinds The members of tho Kentucky Prcs ItO I nm prepared to furnisli on short notice and at low prices COFFINS OF AIJ Association who made u forced march from KINDS AND HlAlS from the cheapest to the very finest I can furnish coffin hepr Ford to Hoousbnro two years ago are here than you cuu hay the trimmings Price of Collins from 5 up I hstvt a Hue hears tutd by informed that a turnpike company has will deliver cofllns cheap been formed for the purpose of making a pike between the two places Judge Heck tier Is one of tho incorporators and Capt J MinAfTQnimVnQ MyarrHiiKcmcntHareiinch that I can fnraUk TMhicM or Hii4 at tb Hourbon L VJm IJplj yJVt M Thomas one of the directors r Jlonumeiits from any kind of Marhle or OrnNtt 1 very lowest prices Very respectfully ii W UHXVIffl News Â¬ Â¬ COFFINS CASKETS Â¬ FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS REPAIRED n roads under contract In Grant county and York Counts and will cost the county when completed i seasons Blue Points Bridle Rock New Fresh Oysters at all Mobile Counts 000 and will make the total number of miles CENTS REGULAR WEALS of turnpike roads In the county approxi Meals to order at all hours Delicacies of the Uti decent additions Is mate 210 In five years every public road In the county will be a good turHpikeund in ten years frOm that time thu turnpike tax at tVdHtyfivecent oh the one liHndred dollars will have diftchartfed the turnpike debt SEATING CAPACITY 160 There are sixty miles of turnpike Qi 26 Â¬ IIVI TMKMMM IKITHHTII IMW KCmM SHTMA tm WIHTIlJt WkW9 iinini THE IRYANT Jt tTRATTMl mmm MtfitTMfrlf iumsrnrtii tATAHtitMIt RHNITRiETIlMMViilEXY MUM THIH AVI IN ukUmid S3S3CS I 1 ViUifcMtWM Courier NKATLY CHKAPLY PKOMPTIVY n D D D 1 M T f M n KJUTEDATTHISOTOCR Head your KXK 1Mb UUD rKIIM ori f O - J F4 Km t is 1 own creed wero written ont it would lint and all fho bandages and all the Christ and told tho glories of thoworkn read liko this I boliovo in nothing salvo for our hand is h irt while Elca- to come xnoro lying on ins dying pjj tho Maker of heaven and earth and in zar docs not know his hand is hurt low uis crying nana ciave 10 111s sword Given Somo Fatherly Advice by nothing which it hath cent which His hand clavo unto tho sword Oh if thero ever was auyonowlin SPXNCKR COOPER raMkaer As I look nt Elcazars hand I como to nau a ngnt 10 retire iroin 1110 conillctit nothing was born of nothing and which Dr Talma go KY nothing was dead nnd buried and de-Â¬ tho conclusion that ho has Jono a great was old Joshua Soldiers como back t t HAZ1L OBKEN i They Need a Tighter Grip nf tho Oospel scended into nothing and aroso from deal of hard hitting I nm not sur from battle have tho names of tho bat tles on their flags showing whero they nothing and ascended to nothing and prised when I sec that these four men Weapon In Order to Ho Fortified distinguished themselves nnd it is a Agulnnt Satan nndSIn now sittcth at tho right hand of noth- Â¬ Elcazar and his tlireo companions BUST AND BUSTLE ing from which it will como to judgo drovo back the army of Philistines that very appropriate inscription Look at the Dr Talmngos text last Sunday was nothing I believe in tho holy agnostic Elcazars sword clavo to his hand Hag of old Gen Joshua On Origin oftlio Fnnhloti of Wearing Artlllclnl it Jericho And his hand church and in tho II Samuel xxiii 10 llolpn for the FlRtire communion of noth- Â¬ for every time he struck an enemy with tibcon Hnzar City of Ai and instead unto It is noted in some quartern thot It is clavo great tho Bword King David was ingarians and in tho forgiveness of one end of the sword the other end of of tho stirs sprinkled on tho flag the A general of becoming fashionable to hsrc larger nothing and tho resurrection of noth- Â¬ the wounded him When ho took Bun nnd tho moon which still Elcazar tho hero of tho text Tho ing nnd in the life that novcr shall be holdsword sword the sword look hold There ho is 110 yenrs old stood lying He Is waists and better figures tlum hereto of thp foro decreed by tho unreasoning man Â¬ Philistines opened battle against him Amen That is the creed of tens of of him Oh we have found an enemy flat on his back but ho is preaching dates of fashion The evidence may be and his troops retreated The cowards thousands of people in this day If you who can not bo conquered by rose Hut his dying words aro abattlc charga regarded an rather singular but I think fled Elcazar and three of his comrades havo 0 mind to adopt such a theory I water and soft speeches It must bo ngninst idolntry and a rallying cry for women are coming to have better ideas wont into tho battlo and swept tho will not I believe in God tho Father sharp stroke and straight thrust Thero tho Lord of Hosts as ho says Heboid of what tho proper proportions and field for four men with God on their Abxighty Maker of Heaven and earth is intemperance and thero is fraud and this day I go tho way of all tho earth balance of the human figure should be sido aro stronger than a whole bat and in Jesus Christ and in the Holy there is gambling and there is lust nnd God hath not failed to fulfill His Fall Catholic because they are introducing such talton with God against them in tho communion and there ten thousand battalions promise concerning Israel His dying back shouted tho commander of the of saintschurch inand life everlasting of iniquity aro absurdities as artificial busts and and tho armed Philistine iniquity hand clnve unto tho sword They know that their Philistine army Tho cry ran along tho Amen O when I seo Elcazar taking How are they to bo captured and over- Â¬ There is n headless body of Paul bustles Fall back Elcazar having such a stout grip on tho sword in tho thrown Soft sermons in morocco cases tho road to Ostca His great bruin on figures aro bad and they are trying to host and patch them up in this way Take a swept tho field throws himself upon tho battle against sin nnd for righteousness laid down in front of an exquisite audi his great heart have been severed The woman whoso spine is straightened ground to rest but the muscles and I camo to the conclusion that we ought enco will not do it You have got to clmwood rods had stung him fearfully When tho corn ship broko up ho swam down through corset wearing whoso Elnows of hia hand had been to take a stouter grip of Gods eternal call things by their right name chest is flattened abdomen protruding so long bent around tho hilt of truth tho sword of righteousness As We have got to expel from our ashore coming up drenched with tho and hips set in instead of being well tho sword that tho hilt was hn I look at Elcazars hand I also notice his churches Christians who cat tho sacra- Â¬ brine Every day since that day when not out Shu needs a huge bustle to beded in tho flesh and tho gold wire spirit of ficlf forgetfulness Ho did not ment on Sunday and devour widows tho horso reared under him in tho balance her bad poise of shoulders and of tho hilt had broken through tho notice that the hilt of tho sword was houses all the week Wo havo got to suburbs of Damascus as tho super- Â¬ tho artificial bust to balance the pro- Â¬ skin of tho nalm of tho hand and ho eating through tho palm of his hand stop our indignation against tho Hit natural light fell down to this day truding ubdonuMi as well as to compen Â¬ could not drop this sword which ho had He did not know it hurt him As he tltes and the Jcbusitcs and tho Ger when ho is sixty eight years of ago and His hand clavo went out into sate for the flatness of her chest and bo gallantly wielded he was so glshltes and those poor wretches old and decrepit from prison cell of unto tho sword That is what I call anxious for tho tho conflict forgot him- Â¬ go and apply let indignation to tho the Mamertine he has tho outrageous her round shoulders Hut if a woman our victory he been has a proper curve in her spine her magnificent fighting for tho Lord God self nnd that hilt might go never so modern transgressions which need to ly treated and he is waiting to die chest well elevated and her hips get of Israel And wo want more of it I deeply into tho palm of his hand it be dragged out and slain Ahabs here How does he spend his last hours back where they belong sho has propose to show yon this morning how could not disturb him Ills hand clave Herods here Jezebels hero The mas Telling tho world how badly ho feels no nocd of these artificial ballasts Elcazar took hold of the sword and unto the sword O my brothers and sacre of the infants here Strike for God and describing tho rheumatism that ha or balances Just as soon as she gets how tho sword took hold of Elcazar sisters let us go into Christian conflict so hard that while you slay the sin tho got in prison the rheumatism afflict- Â¬ rid of her unnatural curves and re- I look at Elcazars hand and I como to with the spirit of self abnegation Who sword will adhere to your own hand I ing his limbs or the neuralgia piercing stores the natural ones her figuro is tho conclusion that he took tho sword cares whether the world praises us or tell you my friends wo want a few his temples or tho thirst that fevers good without resorting to art 1 nm with a very tight grip The cowards denounces us What do we care for John Knoxcs and John Wesleys in the his tongue Oh no His last words bound to confess that u bad figure looks who lied had no trouble in dropping misrepresentation or abuse or perse- Â¬ Christian church to day Tho whole aro the battle shout for Christendom hotter patched and padded up than their swords As they fly over tho cution in a conflict liko this Let us tendency is to refine on Christian work I am now ready to bo offered and tho swords without but the proper thing to do is rocks I hear their is easy clanging in forget ourselves That man who is We keep on refining on it until we seed time of my departuro is at hand I have enough for afraid of getting his hand hurt will apologetic word to iniquity we aro fought the good fight to correct the ungraceful and unat Â¬ every direction It And so his dy Â¬ tractive form and the difficulties will them to drop their swords Hut Elca never kill a Philistine Who cares about to capturo it and wo must go ing hand clave unto his sword tars hend clavo unto the sword disappear and need no hiding whether you get hurt or not if you get with sword silver chased and presented It was in the front room on tho secO my friends in this Christian conWhen a bad figure is inherited great Oh how many Christians by the ladies and we must ride on ond floor that my father lay a dying tho victory Â¬ pains should be taken to correct the flict wo want a tighter grip of the Gos- there are who aro all tho time worry- Â¬ white palfrey under embroidered hous- It was Saturday morning 4 oeloelc standing poise in childhood and a course pel weapons 1 tighter grip of tho two ing about the way the world treats ing putting tho bpurs in only jusf Just three years before that day my in thorough physical culture instituted edged sword of the truth It makes me them They are so tired they are so enough to make the charger dance mother had left him for tho skies and Very much can be done in mature life to sad to seo these Christian peoplo who abused and they are so tempted when gracefully and then we must send a he had been home sick to join her com- Â¬ improve a poor figure by systematic ex hold only a part of tho truth and let Elcazar did not think whether ho had a missive delicate as a wedding card to pany Ho was 8IJ years of age Minis- Â¬ tho rest of tho truth go so that the hand or an arm or n foot All he want- Â¬ ask the old black giant of sin if ho will ters of ercise combined with proper dress the Gospel came in to comfort not surrender Some four years ago when visiting Philistines seeing the loosened grasp ed was victory him but he comforted them How Women saved by tho grace of God wonderfully tho words souuded out tho Yuma Indians I discovered the wrenched the whole sword away from Wo sec how men forget themselves origin of tho bustlo The native eos them The only safe thing for us to do in worldly achievement We havo often and ou glorious mission sent detained from his dying pillow I havo been tumo among tho women consists of a is to put our thumb on the book of seen men who in order to achieve from Sabbath classes because their young and now am old yet I havo never Genesis and sweep our hand around tho worldly success will forget all physi- new hat is not done Churches that little paint on either side of the face a seen tho righteous forsaken or his seed small bark apron and a huge bark Hook until tho New Testament comes cal fatigue and all annoyance and all shook our cities with great revivals begging bread They bathed his brow bustle When one of tho Catholic sis- into the palm and keep on sweeping obstacle Just after the battle of York sending around to ask somo demonstra and they bathed his hands and they ters took an Indian girl into an inner our hand around the Hook until the town in tho American revolution a tive worshiper if ho will not please to bathed his feet and they succeeded in room to prepare her for some measure tips of the fingers clutch at the words musician wounded was told he must saj amen and hallelujah a little straightening out the feet but they did In tho beginning God created tho havo his limbs amputated and they softer It seems as if in our church we ments I wished to take I heard her I like an in were about to fasten him to tho sur Â¬ wanted a baptism of cologne and balm not succeed in bathing open the hand Heavens and the earth Do take oft your bustle Say Sure fidel would staj open They bathed a great denl better than I geons table for it was long before tho of a thousand flowers when we actu- so ithand open enough the young Indian maiden hail tire but it came shut What theso namby pamby merciful discovery of anaesthetics He ally need a baptism of fire from the an enormous bark bustle beneath her do one of was the matter with the thumb and tho Christians a part said who hold poor apology of a dress Dame fashion But wo are so fingers of that old hand Ah It had No dont fasten me to that ta Â¬ Lord God of Pentecost docs not Bcruplu to adopt any absurdity of tho truth and let the rest ble get me n violin A violin was afraid somobody will criticise our ser- Â¬ so long clutched the sword of Christian from savago life and all her devotees go Hy miracle God preserved this brought to him aud he said Now go to mons or criticise our prayers or criti- Â¬ conflict that his hand clave unto tho meekly submit to add it to their ap Â¬ Bible just as it is and it is a Damascus work as I begin to play and for forty cise our religious work that our anxi Â¬ sword blade Tho severest test to which a minutes during the awful pangs of am Â¬ ety for the worlds redemption is lost parel I preach this sermon ts a tonic I When a figure is in good poise and sword can bo put in a sword factory is putation ho moved not a muscle nor in the fear wo will get our hiind hurt want you to hold the truth with inethehips well back a bustle would be to wind tho blade around a gun barrel dropped a note whilo he played somo while Eleazar went into the conflict radicable grip and I want you to striko nnd his hand clavo unto the sword Oh is it not strange that elovated at an angle of about forty five liko a ribbon and then when tho sword sweet tune so hard for God that it wiii react and But I see in tho next place what a while you tako tho sword the sword degrees than which nothing could be is lot loose it flies back to its own shape with tho music of the Gospel of Jesus more ridiculous Hut when the hips nre So the sword of Gods truth has been Christ and with this grand march of bard thing it was for Eleazcr to get his will tako 3011 woll back no bustlo is needed The fully tested and it is bent this way and tho church militant on tho way to be- Â¬ hand and his sword parted The muscles Steamships Do Not Want Corpse artificial bustlo is just as superfluous that way and wound this way and that come the church triumphant we can not and tho sinews had been so long There are many lines of steamships way but It alwa3s comes back to its forget ourselves and forget all pang jr rasped around the sword he could not when the chest is well elevated and the own shape Think of it A Hook and all sorrow and all persecution and drop it when he proposed to drop and that will not carry bodies said an old abdomen retracted to its normal place it Seamen would sooner sail Ms three comrades I suppose came up traveler A natural llguro is already symmetrical written eighteen centuries ago and all perturbation on a Friday or see a phantom ship nat Â¬ Eomo of it thousands of years ago Wo know what men accomplish un owl tried to help him and they bathed and artistic and can not bo improved upon by any fashionable devices what Â¬ nnd yet in our timo tho avorago der worldly opposition Men do not the back part of tho hand hoping tho urally and continental seamen aro ever Dr 7 11 Kellogg of the BnttJo Balo of this book is more than UO000 shrink back for antagonism or for sinews and muscles would relax But worso than English or Scotch I remember once I undertook to bring copies every week and more than hardship 1 on havo admired Prescotts ro His hand clavo to tho sword Creek Mich Sanitarium 1000000 copies a year I say now that Conquest of Mexico as brilliant nnd Then they tried to pull open tho fingers home a coflln from Paris for friends of AN EXCISE CASE a book which is divinely inspired beautiful n history as was ever writÂ¬ and to pull bnck tho thumb but no tho deceased this side and I was a month finding a continental lino that and divinely kept nnd divinely rcnt Â¬ A TutlcA Who Will Havo 111 Court tcred is a weapon worth holding a tight ten but somo of you may not know un sooner wero thej pulled back than they would bring it I found a stolid Gerder what disadvantages it was written closed again and his hand clavo unto man Treat oil With He pcet grip of Hishop Colenso will come along But after awhilo they my captain at last that took me with that Conquest of Mexico for Pres tho sword Justice Qulvvor Officer how did you and try to wrench out of your hand unlucky freight Tho second day cott was totally blind and he had two wore successful and then they noticed get into dis ero mans saloon tho fivo books of Moses and Strauss pieces of wood parallel to oach other that tho curve in tho palm of tho hand out I made the acquaintance of a man PolicemanHad a hard tolmo av it will come along and try to wrench out fastened and totally blind with his corresponded exactly with the curve of I who was bringing tho body of his wife yer honor Got in with a jimmy of your hand the miracles and Kenan wuuBHiuiiuujiiu mj vjiiimiuuiu nu His hand clavo unto the between thoso two pieces of wood tho hilt Justice Qulvver A jimmy Officer will como along and try to wrench out penwrote each suspected tho other of the same sword tho stroke against 0110 picco yo havo committed u burglary so ye of your hand tho entire Hfo of tho Lord ho You and I have seen it many a time errand from the first Poor devil Ho Oi shall bo nfthorordorin yor Jesus Christ and your associates in tho of wood telling how far tho pen must have an go in one way tho stroke against tho Thero aro in tho United States to day had had a hard pull getting across tho arrest Prisoner yoro discharged Btore or tho shop or tho factory or tho continent In ono placo the railroad many aged ministers Policeman Yis Yer Honor I got in banking house will try to wrench out other piece of wood telling how far tho Thoy aro too feeble nowof tho Gospel officials forbade the carrying of tho to preach In pen must go in tho other way Oh with Jimmy Arvln of your hand the entire Bible but in how much men will enduro for worldly tho church records tho word opposito body but ho got around it by hiring a JubUco Qulvvor Ye vagabond Oive tho strength of tho Lord God of Israel wholo car and bribing men to him or the a moind to glvo you tin days for treatin and with Elcazars grip hold on to it knowledge and for worldly success their name is omeritus charge words couple it t6 tho train himself let was It nnd yet how little wo enduro for Jesus are a minister without They dls ero court with You glvo up tho Hlblc you glvo up any his wifes last wish to bo at were a Policeman Woll judge its many a part of it and you glvo up pardon and Christ How many Christians thoro salaries heroic racefow They had small home I often think if peoploburied realized and but books and they aro that go around saying O my toimo yo treated mo peace nnd Hfo in Heaven hand my hand my hurt hand dont swam spring freshets to meet their ap- Â¬ the anguish of carrying out such a re Qulvvor continuing unheed Â¬ Justice quest they would beg to bo buried I seo hundreds perhaps thousands of pointments but ing Disrespect by making jokes at do young men in this audience Do not you seo thero is blood on my hand mighty work they did in their day a where they die liko Brownings wifo for God They took off oxplnso av do justice av dis ero eom bo ashamed young man to havo tho and thcro is blood on the sword Boston Tranwhilo Elcazar with the hilt imbedded moro of the heads of Philistine iniquity in Florence you know moonityl 0111 have yo all to undo world know that you aro a friend of in tho flesh of his right hand docs not than you could count from noon to sun- Â¬ script shtand that dis ero eoort is no folve tho Hlblc This book is tho friend of down You put that old minister of Injun Jo tho original of one of clnt houso wid a cigar Injun for a bar nil that is good nnd it is tho sworn know it havo wo What suffered in compari- Â¬ tho Gospel now into a prayer meeting tho characters in Mark Twains Tom kcopor Olll havo yis all put out an enemy of all that is bad An eloquent son with those who expired with suffo- Â¬ or occasional pulpit or a sick room Sawyer still lives in Haunibal near adjourn to tho private ofllco till yis all writer recently gives an incident of n cation or wero burned or wero chop-Â¬ whero thoro is some ono to bo comfort- Â¬ where tho scenes in tho book aro laid learn good manners D 3 0 moind dut very bad man who stood 1n tho coll of ped to pieces for tho truths sako Wo ed and it is tho same old ring to his Ho is now a tough old man of seventy now a western prison This criminal had talk of tho persecution of olden times voico and tho same old story of pardon five and hauls trunks from the depot Justico Qulvver and rotinuo file into gono through all styles of crime and Thcro is just as much persecution go ami pcaco and Jurist and Heaven His on a red express wairon drawn bv o tho prlvato office whenco issua hilarity ho was thcro waiting for tho gallows hand has so long ing on now in and clinking sounds not altogether un Â¬ Tho convict standing thcro at tho win- Â¬ in Madagascar various ways In 1849 Christian conflictclutched tho sword In white horso Ho has nccumulntcd a ho can not drop it modest fortune owning twolvo small eighteon men wero put familiar to tho roportorlal ear dow of tho coll this writer says look Â¬ to death for Christs sako Thoy wero His hand clavo unto tho sword dwelling houses but his clothes grow Hodadl exclaims one of tho specta- Â¬ ed out and declared I am an infklel I had in my parish in Philadelphia a shabbier and moro to bo hurled over tho rocks and boforo ragged every year tors 01 tell yis dat its do law Justice Ho said that to all tho men nnd they wero hurled over tho rocks in or vory aged man who in his early life had He has always been displeased with tho Qulvvor undorshtnndst women and children who happened to dor to mako thoir death tho moro droad been the companion and adviser of tho notoriety Twain gavo him and con Ho ought to said another hos bo gathered there I nm un infldoV in anticipation thoy woro put in early presidents Madison and Monroe siders himself insulted when tho sui been practicing bohind tho bar long and tho eloquent writer snys every ful baskots and swung to and fro ovor tho no had wielded vast influence but I ject is mentioned N Y nerald enough man nnd woman thoro believed him precipice that thoy might seo how only know him as a very aged man Astronomers ogreo upon throe mo If ho many hundred foot they would havo to Tho most rcmurkablo thing about him And tho writer goes on to say A Ilrandenlnfr Irofetnlon had stood thoro saying I am a Chris- bo dashed down and whilo thoy wero was his ardor for Christ When ho tlons of tho earth tho rotation on its So youra an actor said tho man in the counting room to a seedy appli Â¬ tian ovory man nnd woman would swinging in theso baskots over the could not stand up in tho meetings axis in ono day of twenty four hour This Bible rocks thoy sang havo said Ho is a liar without propping ho would throw his tho revolution around tho sun in one cant for peaunlary assistance is tho sworn enemy of all this wrong arm around a pillar of tho church nnd year of SOStf days and a very slow Yes air Pin an actor Jesus lover of my soul and it is tho friend of all that is good though his mind was partially gono gyratory motion of tho poles around th Let me to Thy bosom fly Nice business Id like to bo an aotor Oh hold on to all of it Do not take Whilo tho billows near me roll his lovo of Christ was so great outside of a lino nt right nnglcs to th Myself continued the mau with in Whilo the tempest still Is high part of it and throw tho rest away that all wero in deep respect piano of tho ecliptc nnd coinciding eeU Then they wero dashed down to and profound admiration aud wore with tho lino of axlo rotation at its cen Â¬ Hold on to all of it Thcro aro so many Yea most people think that way people now who do not know You deatlu Oh how much others havo en- Â¬ moved when he spoko I was called to ter in 25808 years until they try it ask them If the soul is immortal and dured for Christ and how little wo en Â¬ see him die I ontcrcd tho room and Besides the exoltemont of applause Young Mushman MLw Clawa beff I guoss it is I dont know dure for Christ Wo want to rldo to he said Mr Talraage I can not pawdon but wecently your mannab Um traveling you must do broadens tho they say perhaps it is perhaps it isnt Is tho Hcavon in n Pullman sleeping car our speak to you now He was In a very dontcher know quite distwesses me Well perhaps it is and feet on soft plusb the bed made up pleasant delirium as he imagined he Perhaps you alible true I dont objeet to that said the aro not awaah of it but ante eUy What I object to la the perhaps it isnt perhaps It may be early so we can sleep all the way the had an audience before him He said you havo acquiahed a chwonlo habit of may black porter of death to wake us up I must tell these people to come to stawing tH-4-Nthe feet and he figuratively and perhaps it at vacancy Miss Clara You lasftottl i6vm t kit peer weary worn be partly and perhaps it may only in time to enter the golden city Uirlstaud prepare for neaven And silly boy How can I help it without They despise what We want all the surgeons to x our then in this pleasant delirium both being A tiff eWfly Detroit Free Hot be at all they oall the Apostle creed but if their hand up Let thesa bring oa all the sraaa lifted this octogenarian preached Courier inattentive to you Wostoa Hazel Green Herald YOUNG MEN Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ v h is lAAN fv J C - t 1 m A lv IP fc i r ji h morning wnllc PORTSMOUTH 0 apl8ly through n street lined with rural MT SALARY 25 PER WEEK homes In a vil Wanted Qood Agents to sell oyb aro tho Warwicks who make kings In lngo adjacent to General link of merchandise N republican party politics They aro not peddling the biff city of New York tho other Above salary will bm paid to live agents in tho lino of succession to tho throne day wns struck by a number of singu- Â¬ for toey it 1110 republican party managers aro theu information addrkm lar occurrences at sea in regard to Indiana The impos- Â¬ CHICAGO GENERAL 8UPPLY COv As I passed along happening to bo 178 W Van Burc St Chicago III sibility of finding an Indianian in their going in the direction of tho railroad mil party who could possibly carry the I noticed that tho front doors station state has driven them Into tho Ulaine of most of the houses suddenly burst HENRY MATLOCK camp Thoy are there now If there open and that a man in a state of ex- Â¬ on WITS citement bounced forth from each and Still her actions going to trains are wns a leader among tho Indiana repub immediately started on a run down the consistent with her higher apprecia- licans who could command tho confi MCMILLAN HAZEH GO Btrect toward tho railroad tion of order and good management dence and support of the party iu his Some of them had their mouths full The only time sho attracts attention by state he could cany an unbroken dele WHOLESALE of foodapparently a part of their an undue excitement and speed on the gation into the republican convention Thero is a great deal of state pridu breakfasts which they were painfully street is when she happens to bo trying to swallow others carried coats her always belated husband and with among tho Hoosicrs They have in BOOTS AND then past years voted as a unit in republic Â¬ which they struggled to get into while she is certainly not to blame they were running nearly all but-Â¬ Sho has no choice then but to be a an national conventions for citizens of KNOXVILLE TENN toned their vests while leaping down running mate following as best she their stato who were known to bo the front steps and several had neck Â¬ can tho man who not being handl- - lacking In all tho qualities of real greatness This year howover thero ties and collars in their hands instead is not a Hoosier in sight upon whom 4s9Tho above coodi are handled by J B of around their throats DAY fc CO Hazel Green Ky they could bo united with a suflhlent Many of these frenzied and wild eyed degree of cordiality and enthusiasm to individuals were followed to the front inlluence results gates by women rushing after them and 1 OlOiot or tho Domncriit Indiana has fallen to second placo in frantically calling on their husbands Mr Mills hits done tho country a the list of doubtful states In tho four as I supposed to stop Some of these presidential contests from 1870 to 18S3 service in his clear cut showing of the women had letters in their hands J Inclusive that stato occupied the com Â¬ reasons why tho question of silver coin which were snatched and madly pock manding position of being the only one age is not and at present cannot bo a etcd by those of the men who were party issue in the west that was at all debatable stayed by their fair pursuers others Neither party favors free coinage and Less in population and in commercial after catching their man quickly gave strength in tho electoral college than neither opposes it On that question him a kiss tho smack of which seemed and either Illinois or Wisconsin sho over- Â¬ opinion is divided in botli parties to me to beIouder than necessary and Lor good or ill ns Mr Mills shows shadowed both of those states in polit- Â¬ not a few shouted the names of articles ical importance In the next campaign wo already havo free coinage in effect used in the kitchen and sewing room ner position will bo less preeminent to tho extent of fifty four million dol Â¬ with the injunction added that they N03 134 138 RACE STREET but it would still entitle her to recog lars a year and no new law on thu must not bo forgotten nition at republican hands if sho could subject could add more than ten milSome of tho men never stopped at all CINCINNATI 0 offer a candidate for president whose lion dollars or twelve million dollars a but contented themselves by only turnname record and popularity would af- year to that Tho difference is too ing for an instant in their flight just ford at least a prospect of carrying tho small to bo regarded as a factor of Im THE KRUSE 8 BAHLMAN long enough to wave their hands to the state That she has not dono so is an portance in the distress which has girls they left behind them and got evidence of despair If under such overtaken a largo part of tho populaback a lciss thrown from tho ladies conditions the nomination of one of tion fingers or a salute from handkerchief Mil JOHN roillll INTO T1IK MNINC KOOM That distress is duo to quite another her own unworthy sons should be or napkin In most cases I think it was cause and whatever one may think capped with skirts keeps many feet in forced upon her the stale could be con- Â¬ with respect to silver coinage the pres Â¬ the napkin 1 walked a little quicker to keep up advance and only turns to yell Hurry fidently relied upon to repudiate it COMPANY It is surprising that Mr Dudley who ent duty theisone thing of overwhelmup and other mean and provoking with the bursting doors and ing concern to remove the causo of is ambitious to save the state niid who men while stretched out before tilings increasing poverty for tho farmer ro 11 15 and 17 West Pearl Stroel recently left a bad 5 me on the street was the string of red Id like to see myself running after a humor has not Washington iupresiden Â¬ duced wnires for the workman aud tho started a vice faced and pulling racers all running man though in that fashion rapid absorption of tho countrys wealth CINCINNATI O tial boom in for somebody no as u to a lire and ever increasing in After witucssinc tho street race to matter whom Indiana Hwoond Into tho hands of a favored class by tho Tho placo on a tho train I had an opportunity to study number national ticket usually goes to a disaf Â¬ operations of unjust tax laws which In Â¬ Heforo I know it I found myself skip- Â¬ the home part of it by spending awhile fected state crease tefeThe wHolcimlo trade of Eastern Kea and Indiana is about as man the cost of everything the poor ping along also at a lively gait for 1113 with my married sister buys and lower tho price of every- Â¬ tuoky ii respectfully solicited badly disaffected as a state can be Let AH tho family except tho husband womans curiosity was aroused and I her bo entered for place on thing lie sells ono wanted to understand why these other-Â¬ were seated comfortably at tho break- Â¬ the republican ticketsecond Louis ReThat is the party issue Tho bat THE St wise dignified gentlemen wore in fast table at seven oclock precisely public tle of tho peoplo against monopoly must bo fought out to tho finish be Â¬ such a frenzy and where they were rush Â¬ for that was the hour insisted upon by WARRING LEADERS the head of tho house This gave half fore party lines can bo adjusted to any ing to The whistle of an approaching train an hour to enjoy the bountiful and Factional Jculouny Cropping Out in the question of less importance Tho of cars caused the men to become carefully prepared meal and fifteen reformation of unjust tax laws is tho Itopulillciiii Jtiiiiktt more wild and excited and to increase minutes to walk calmly to the railroad is no lack of the element of one great concern and for that demoÂ¬ There 4eG0MPANY2- their speed so I found it diflicult to fol- Â¬ station IJut John tho train catcher dissension in the republican ranks this crats who like Mr Mills bellovo in was not at his pluce The servant rang season look where one will Herein freo silver and democrats who oppose low All at onco I saw close at hand tho the breakfast bell twice after wo had Massachusetts trouble has long been it will work together till tho iniquity Notions railroad station with a train slowly commenced as we had to by Johns brewing New Yorks forces are at log- is swept into the limbo where tho Wiiolesale Dry Goods beginning to move away toward New explicit orders and regulations and gerheads and faction finds abundant other kind of slavery lies burled N York Then came tho last mad scram my sister thrice left tho table and scopo in the partys membership Y World 101 103 and 105 W Fourth Street ble of the men up to the station steps called upstairs that it was late I1 In al- Â¬ throughout tho west CURRENT OPINION and onto the platforms of the moving ly one of the children was sent to see Hut tho clouds of a far bigger storm McKinloys present campaign exSouth Side CINCINNATI 0 cars if papa was awalce and to mention the than these local disturbances aro loom- Â¬ periences will bo valuable to him after Those who got aboard at the risk of time and came buck reporting that ing up on the political horizon Al- Â¬ their lives I saw fall exhausted in tho pupa was just getting out of bed ready tho western reserve is darkened election When ho finds that ho is a statesman out of a job next Novem- Â¬ seats and commence to vigorously fan Then commenced in tho room above and tho whole republican sky is likely ber ho will bo well fitted to engage iu themselves with their hats or papers a commotion that startled me though soon to bo overspread and to mop their crimson and perspir none of the others paid attention to it Thus early in the Ohio campaign the tin plato industry Chicago Mail Hare feet I heard running across tho long repressed jealousies of party facIf it were not for tho necessity of ing faces with their handkerchiefs Those who were left looking madder floor first to one placo then to another tion aro beginning to flash out Tho raising a big campaign fund tho rethen a mans voice shot through tho growth of tho Ulaine sentiment has publicans would lot tho high tariff go hall wanting to know where his clean angered Muj McKinloys supporters to pot There is hardly a republican shirt was and his collar and his neck into open revolt ngainst tho cundidacy anywhere who doesnt know what a humbug a high tariff is Louisvlllo tic and the Lord knows what else of the man from Maine Then slams and bangs of doors and While tho recluse at Bar Harbor was sounds of drawers being opened and accounted out of tho field tho Ohio Mr McKinloy is reported to rely shut mingled with angry ejaculations campaigners ullowcd him tho title of on democratic disaffection but being and more rushing about Reciprocity Rill without any spoken a lawyer should remember that ho Noi 74 and 70 Main Street Then the cyclone sounded nearer and protest Rut now that tho Rlaino who desires to eject another must do bo CINCINNATI O into tho dining room popped Mr John boom Is unmistakably under wuy they on tho strength of his own causo and fastening his necktie on his unbuttoned hotly aver that McKlnley and Harrison not tho alleged weakness of his adver- Â¬ collar and trying to pull his cuffs over are as much entitled to a share of tho sary N Y World MEYER Ills wrists reciprocity hurrahing as tho inuch No republican state committee WITII Why vauntcd secretary of state himself He glanced at the clock and this year hus expressed tho opinion Judge William Lawrence htunchest that Hon Thomas B Reed would fill u didnt you call me before Dont you know Its after train time etc etc of McKinleyitcs thus vigorously ex- Â¬ long felt want by taking tho stump presses his opinion regarding Rlaino Last years experience with tho ox ho savagely asked O JODDERS IN 0 Without waiting for a reply and nei- adulation in u letter published by his speaker will last tho republican party ther expecting any ho jumped to ho permission in the Wauseon Republican for a lifetime Albany Argus Hardware Agricultural Implemants Wo want no tnun an a candidate for tho Givo table and half sat on his chair Tho republicans of Iowa having presidency who opposed thu MoICInloy act who given up tho fight at home Â¬ me my coffee quick Wheres tho bis wantH reciprocity to extend to freo wool aro resting OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS who MALTA PLOWS FOSTER 8TOVE CO cuit Pass mo something only got opposed lcRiulatlon to protect tho colored peo their last hopes upon Ohio Ohio looks COOKS MILLS spluttered and then ple of tho Kouth who apologized for truHtw and to Massachusetts for consolation Mas Â¬ CHAMPION REAPERS EVAPORATOR he flvo minutes MOWERS began ramming things in his overloaded Is hostile to western IntorcstH sachusetts to Now York and Now York STODDARD AND AOME HARROWS Tin wirn hun von tiii thaik Tliis thrust at tho Plumed Knight is to Pennsylvania Pity Vennout hasnt mouth bolting thorn till ho choked DOORS AND HASH A SPECIALTY Not 110 112 Second titreat than hornets Immediately pulled out and finished by scalding himself well all tho sharper because no names aro an election Kansas City Times Oly IR0NT0N OniO Everybody knows who is their watches and studied the hands ap Â¬ with tho hot coffee which pleased mo named Our sympathy goes out to tho re- Â¬ meant perfectly well immensely publican party It is and has been diparently amazed took four minutes It is a warning sont out to Bar vided against itself in Pennsylvania Ills breakfast Without an exception each charged DO YOU WANT TO SAVM Harbor that Maj McKinloys friends Ohio and Indiana and now Illinois is the train with starting ahead of tlmo by tho clock do not proposo to concede for a single udded to the list Whllo Forakor Is ar-Â¬ FROM 20 to 60 CENTS ON EVERY Wheres nd vowed vengeance Then up ho jumped with YOU SPEND 7 If bo writ In a few minutes however thoy my hat who took my coat Find my moment that ull tho magnetism and rayed against Kherman in Ohio Gov DOLLAR our Illustrated 0atalous for When thoy wcro handed to wisdom of the party aro centered in Flfer is facing John Tanner in Illinois containing cooled off bought a paper took a Beat umbrella illu0tratiox8 ane prion insldo looked at tho news and mopped him by different members of tho upsot tho brain of tho man who was de Â¬ In each cusc tho same vital principle 09 everything manufacture 1st tho presidency seven years Is at stako official swag Chicago family out ho bounded as if fired from feated for their faces as demurely as could be the United States at manufactur Â¬ Globe good by and ago Boston Globe As for me now understanding fully a cannon never saying PRICES 10000 An Ohio man who bought some ers LINES REPRESENTED ILWTRATIORf he causo of tho insane proceedings off ho rushed to joiu tho rest of tho ALL OlTALOUB A LOST OPPORTUNITY of that Plqua tin plate to roof his MAILED FREE ON APPLICATION which had puzzled mo at first I just train chasers JL TTRTfUI aughed in spito of my efforts to look It was an hour before tho household UarrUoii Iutlnnrenoe to the Credit of barn with writes to tho manufacturers HU Administration that it Is neither tin nor approaching CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY C- Osolemn was restored to peace and quietness If the fact bo as alleged that the res Â¬ tin and is worthless for tho purpose to Luckily none of tho shcoplsh look- Â¬ again No 178 West Vax BurejT Bt glad I am not married I would ignation of Pension Commissioner Raum which ho intended to put it The only CHICAGO ILL Im ing commuters saw my unsympathetic Jevity or If they did they were ashamed soon bo mado crazy by buch goings on was placed in President Harrisons odd thing about all this is that anyone to notice It I think a man ought to have more hands two months ago then tho latter should ever have supposed the stuff WrlUac Pimm On talking afterward about tho af- - sonso than to make himself and his official has lost an opportunity to per-Â¬ would serve for any other purpose --L XnrelcML Talc with friends who lived on that and family dyspeptic and nervous just by form an act that would have redounded than that for which it was made at tali m m tHer streets and in other country being too lazy to get up in proper time to the credit of his administration The namely to humbug the voters in the and the icandals I pending Ohio else UoWChlestfoTliBee chronic absenteeism town I was surprised to learn that II C Dodge iu Uoodalis Sun Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ flgl rather MISS DUNCE IRY whllo talcing1 a Illtr early this mad racing and chasing occurred every day I was also informed that in winter after a froah snow fall theso ridiculous Mcenes were Intensified and much more amusing owing to thefrequont tumbles wu sou siusii and frantic struggles to got through the drlfta after the loco- Â¬ motives whistle was heard Ah I have remarked I am a maiden lady and consequently was naturally surprised nt the remarkable and strange way that men have in catch ing trains I knew very well that when a wom an travels she plans everything ahead and giving herself plenty of time marches in a dignified leisurely and respectable manner to the station Her only fault if it be one is to reach that place a good half hour before the train arrives 1 win conicss However that on her homo trip from thu city she is not so successful for sho can never tell when her shopping will be through and there fore makes it a matter of chance as to what train she will catch to return Â¬ l WMWIMli in ii 11 INDIANA FOR SECOND PLACE Uolnc Down la the Scale or Doubtful State If Indiana Is necessary to tho succors of tho republicans next year it Is a lit tlo surprising that no Indiana repub lican who has any prospect of carrying ho stato bus as yet put hlmBelf in tho hands of his friends or been mentioned in connection with tho nomination There is not it is true much presiden- Â¬ tial timbor iu tho republican party of Indiana at present In fact thero never was Oliver I Morton was tho incarnation of Indiana republicanism in his duy When he died ho left no successor and none has since arisen The state hns developed Dudleys and Hustons by tho score but these men Â¬ boncy of tho pension commiftsionership liovo furnished abundant reasons for OAMPTON XT tho prompt acceptance of tho resigna- Â¬ tion whenever in tho course of the last S 8 GOMBi Proprietor year it may havo boon tondered and Tlit TtroRe ef the karelia Wtt thero has boon ample justification dur Â¬ rMjatetftflly elioiUd Tablt tk 6m4 ing that length of tlmo for asking for ttry atUstlea fer tat etnferi f that have marked Gen Kauma incum Qoum mvn f JUL 1 Secretary Noblo bega tho question when he says that under Gen IUum the business transacted by the bureau compares favorably with that dono un Â¬ der previous incumbents He knows that one complaint is that pension agents who havo invested in business ventures with the commissioner havo been favored at the bureau to the prejudice of claimants who wore not clients of such agents He knows that a son of tho commissioner made a practice of selling tho favor of tho bureau for small loans and of neglecting his du ties for liorso races uml ball matches and that he was retained in his position after his practices had beeu exposed It Is possible that tho president dreads tho experiment of a now commis Â¬ sioner having seen tho follies of tho two ho has already tried aud found wanting in all the qualities of adminis- Â¬ trative ofllcers As a novelty he might try some one who will glvo his tlmo and talents to performance of tho duties of tho placo without being pledged to throw open tho treasury doors to any class of cluimuntsor ready to mortgage himself to people who havo business before tho bureau The place is too important a one to be intrusted to men like Raum or Tanner Chicago Post THE POINT AT ISSUE The ItoforiiiiiMoti of llnjmt Tux Iiiwu the it aJ atc it RED KELLAM wrnr M S TIMMONDS Wholesale Grocara SHOES J3L Â¬ MARKS BROS MARKS m0kjsh Ghmm Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HARDWARE Â¬ out-boundi- Â¬ Â¬ GEO W MALPIN Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ GROSSMAN CO Â¬ SCHLEUTKER Â¬ Saddlery and Harness G08 WMKEKKC0 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ju V 1 - ui ivV-il- i- 4 IVTIMtS l l v MORGAN COUNTY v f- - jf a VV IJJIIIWMWMlMl-ni3yJllllMLmt-1111 Hazel Geebn Herald BPENOER COOPER - Editor HAZEL GREEN KY Friday - Nov 13 1801 THE ELECTIONS DEMOCRATS HAVE THE BEST OF IT Nnw Vtirk MwnHiiohiiMitlK Iowa mul Ma Â¬ ryland SwIiik Into thn Democrntlu Col tiinn Whllu Ohio NIiuuIh liy lUcKlnley hiiiI INnitinylviuili Hutui nt to Her Flrttt Iovu Other Minor KlnctloiiN f ftp in s p HI tl niw yonic On Tuesday of Inst week elections were hold for Govcrnora nnd other State ofli cers nnd LegislnturcH in Ohio Now York Pennsylvanin Iown NobniHku South Dakota and MiKiksippi Ofiicial figures Imvo not nil been received but enough in known for ua to announce that the Democratic party ban conic out of the content with flying colors and the ncalpu of Bovoral heretofore uolid Kepublican StateH hanging at their belt In Now York the great pivotal State which Inw decided every Presidential election for tho pnat twentyHvo yenrs tho Democrats have swept the field electing Koswoll P Flower for Governor by a plurality of about 50000 over Fusset Republican They have also elected all of their State ticket and probably n majority of the General Assembly MASACiiusi rrra Massachusetts has again left her Re Â¬ publican moorings and for the first time in thirty years has re elected n Demo cratic Governor Iliissoll Democrat has ji plurality over Allen Republican of about 4000 Tho remainder of the Re publican State tickot is elected by small pluralities Returns on tho complexion of tho Legislature nro not all in and it is not known which party has control of it but it is probablo that tho Republicans will havo n majority on joint ballot Â¬ LnsVHaturdny while Kits Combs ami family were absent his house caught He had been fire and burned down smokinc before lie left home and thinks ucoal from his pipe caused tho firo If pcoplo would treat tobacco like the peo ple of Ohio did the Third Party it would soon be a thing of tho past Pasture is generally contracted for by the acre month or season but last week Miss Nannie Cox closed a contract for a supply of Goodpaster for life Wo refer to tho marriage of William Goodpaster and Miss Nannie Cox Rev Jas Fuget officiating Say people did you know that T F Carr was still selling school hooks awful cheap For instance Bonnclls Coinjxisi tion and Youngs Civil Government each and all other school books in proportion f Mrs Emma Lumpkins lias bought of Mrs Mary Nickcll what was formerly Maxcy property at this the Lum place Walker Nickell last week shot a gray eagle that measured seven feet from tip to tip and weighed sixteen pounds 11 F Davis and Matilda Quicksall are attending tho Allianco State meeting at Â¬ 1 Â¬ rrul Involution I V - - CitizeiisNiitioiidlBiiiik w7ry Mm WINCHESTER KENTUCKY PAID UP CAPITAL n el Mb ZT Mr 17500000 WASH MILLER PRESIDENT S W WILLIS VICE PRESIDENT A H HAMPTON CASHIER Elizabethtown Ky Mr Randolph representing a building nnd loan association was in town several J Tfai -- W P0TMTSR ASST CASHIER M days last week C C Hegiraminh was in this localitj last week looking after the lumber inÂ¬ iafrla TrNUtftttfl fJ iK VLxSimHH itii i jI rni -- n v r Bi 15 terest one of Camptons enterprising merchants was in town Sun Â¬ day T E Johnson had a good cow to lie last week from eating crushed cane stalks Miss Rachel Nickell is home from col logo on a short visit Nov D Blurt George Robinson Isckwi 11 title vfmmxxmT TOKEaiits-1- I kVHlWi T jmm MrtiwHitt fLmMi 1 iniii iwi yPSLfZzmJsstT mi JtJlilI m m lJ50 iliul in r ir i if ri I III m 11 I I LI 14 1 iJ iiinini mAiHI TJJ f Tif iwii r IiIMHI A utuafllRffT- n r Jil iff I fc i LBMaanMnMBWwMMMMaa Irr1 iMMte3iugjilr w rim tAtLm t - ii Hi in -- - - f n Wijri - i mr s iiiiin sjfrgeii 31 OHIO Tho Republicans havo captured Ohio Campbell the look stock and barrel Democratic candidate for Governor made a grand fight but was not able to over- Â¬ come tho tremcndouH odds ngaint him McKinloy Republican is elected Gover- Â¬ nor by a plurality of about 21400 with tho remainder of tho Stato ticket and tho Legislature also Republican PENNSYLVANIA V ft m Pennsylvania elects tho Republican tickot by a majority of from 40000 to r0000 Tho Legislature is also largely lttnukwiitur HubblvM Republican and the proposition to hold n Ausolaiu Mauiiin sold his farm to Abe constitutional convention is defeated by Lawson for 400 and will go to Ezel a regular land slide Thos Cox is at Campton woiking on IOWA Geo Robinsons storehouse Tho result in Iowa is very uloao with Willie Cox and Asa Pieratt were visit indications in favor of tho re election of ing on Cauey last Sunday Governor Roise tho Democratic noini Mrs Tom Cox has been on tho sick nco and n probability that the Demo Â¬ list but is better crats havo captured tho Legislature Aunt Cynthia Lewis has been visiting relatives here MARYLAND Tho measels have been raging here Maryland remains true to her old time very muchly faith and electa Frank Blown tho DemWatches retailed at wholesale prices Bon wishes for the dear old Herald Call or write for anything in the ocratic candidate for Governor and a Nov tf Slick kr Legislature of the same complexion by JEWELRY LINE largo majorities CltumlflrliliiiiH Vyvi mul Skin Olntinnut Kvery A certain euro for Chronic Soro Eyes Established quurter ot a century NKW JFRSKY tiling fully guaranteed Democrats havo elected a majority in Tetter Salt Rheum Scald Head Old both branches of tho Goneral Assembly Chronic Sores FovorSores Eczema Itch MISSISSIPPI Prairie Scratches Soro Nipples and Piles No 8 North Uimkr Sthkkt Mississippi stands by tho old flag nnd It is cooling and soothing Hundreds of 1KXINGTON KY elccU Democratic Stato officers cases havo been cured by it after all other KANSAS treatment had failed It is put up in 25 Local elections in various counties aud 50 cent boxes For salo by Roso COMMERCIAL COLLEGE or KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY show a Republican gain Tho Allianco Swango octlyl LEXINGTON KY elects ono Justice of tho Peace Ckiaptil ami n IA WorU Tho average assessed value of land in HidNMT iwaoit Hut Butintti OMtf 10000 OradatUi Koutt RirotitluH tluilotn U Uubm plotl Co of Itoitxiu Coumi la KKHItASKA Kentucky is 949 per acre IoiUdcToUUd auilontrj and Roard pO SnoBTumt Ttawuti4D4TLiaiMTmlillUftulNstmiUoq Ksltr Tho Independent or Farmers Allianco w lrUuttMitioctirl Mplllirlmolforl4li Nurlr lau undtuu la tUnUae Ui it i tar rr ilrtuUrt 4Jri havo elected their eutiro State ticket by muuwn n awl in rrtucaimuiun rY small majorities liruceTrlmlde T li Denton I Â¬ Â¬ Mnytown M1IIm N E Randolph representing tlio Prof DINGFELDER Blue Grass National Building and Loan WITH Association Lexington Ky gave a few of our citizens a splendid lecture Satur Â¬ CO M day night on Building and Loan Associ ations and at the close sold 70 shares in Importers and Jobbers of a few minutes and organized a Local Hoard by electing the following oflicers AND NOTIONS W W Mnnkcr President Jordan Wills DRY GOODS B May Secretary Vice President E and Treasurer I W Rose Attorney Nos 537 539 and 541 Directors A C Swango W P Sample r West Main Street R A Childers M W Picratt and Jas E Wright Young men certainly ought LOUISVILLE KY to flock to this Association by the hun- Â¬ dreds Georgo Rogers has to have water haul Â¬ ed a half mile to run tho Mnytown Mills and in ten days from today if it does not rain wilt have to bring it two miles or more C O Picratt whose sickness wo men Â¬ tioned last week is no better Misses Jones and Ingram aro thought to be im- Â¬ proving slowly Wingless Nov 0 i Has ample facilities for doing a cencral banking business So licits deposits makes collee timm pivom nromnt and careful attention to all business entrust ed to it and extends to its customers the most liberal accommonations consistent witn correct banking business I Â¬ J ROBINSON 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 off from a large wholesale trado heretofore had by us in sovoral counties east and left on our hands an immense stock of goods which we are compelled to unload and in order to do so we are determined to make prices do the work prices which will make our patrons happy and mnke competition howl We offer to Country Merchants extra inducements and guar- Â¬ antee to them lower prices than they ever got before Wo are overstocked and must unload Remember we will 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¬ covered with goods at half prices A9 the prices we name merely give us a chance to get our money out of tho goods we cannot afford credit Goods will be sold for cash only or country produce live stock and school claims taken in exchange We have opened a new department under 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 wo offer you a City Stock to select fiom You can get as fine and stylish Millinery and Dresses here as anywhere and at the very lowest prices Yours etc OT T I AY cfc oo HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY CATLETTSBURG KY Tho Largest Drug House in the Ohio Valley Manufacturers of 228 REMEDIES that aro Sold by tho Dozen 16000 Square Feet of Floor Room 28 Hands Employed rjUQSoh WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING DRUGGISTS Otis W Snyder x proprietors of the famous proprietors of the renownedtiJ x P PV K K I N C I umnnn vinucv rrtDniii For the permanent cure of Paint in the J jThe only remedy that is sold on an abso to cure and Hack nnd nil dlnorders of the Kidneys lute gulirtintce and Colic nil Pains Dys Aclics Cramps nnd Uriunry Organs Olarrluca Thousands of cer Sentery etc lTsud internally and exter tificntis of thnc who have used this oiially The best Liniment in the world arcmcuy win ne seni on application o 5 PltlCK 23 CKNTS PRICE 100 1 Â¬ coowoo 86y Fou OOD ooo44oo9 Sale hy Dkuo Stores axd Country Stores Everywhere- DAY f A J jtjsiljsil I - W II V T WOOD DAY Umee over hxchaiurc ijiiiik Mnyhvllle St Mt Sterllnir Kv n Montuoincrv Powell Meaffei Wolfe Hreatliitt Kowtiii MnKotliu and Mor pin counties and Superior Court and Court ATTORNEYS AT LAW WTPns KENTUCKY 26 PROFESSORS and INSTRUCTORS of Appeals Agricultural Soiontiflo Engineering 1 SOUTH DAKOTA RHEUM AT S M neuralgia and sciatica can always bo successfully treated with QUEAtt MT HIOSTAlT iJ--3h- ATTORNEYS AT LAW Elects Republican Stato oflicers bv largely reduced majorities VIRGINIA SHARP TRIMBLE MT DENTON KY STKIILIKG Elects a Legislature almost solidly Democratic v Owing to tho urgont persuasion of my many friends I havo decided to romain and serve them until spring and am now mdy to attend day or night thoso who y willed with me Thoso who havo wt attld are requested to call at oneo km I m bouml to havo money or a settle MMmt sow way Respectfully Ayers Sarsapat ilia cure is suro to follow tho persistent uso of this A Have now a complete lino of Clothing Hats Boots Shoes and Gents Furnishing Goods We solicit an inspection of our goods and guarantee pri ces satisfactory and articles as Â¬ Hoard in dormitory J per week in private Practice in the courts of Montgomery and families V0 to For Catalogue addreM adjoining couuticH and in the Court ol Ajt JAS K PATTERSON jioiilw and Federa Courts 1 1 STIIIXG KY Classical Normal Sohool Academic Commercial and Military Courses of - ouuuy o COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION Fall term begins StiUMier uii ihih -- JH YANKIE sllP JUlililus DENNETT uv LEXINGTON KY PhD c CO i I R- - Hats 82 X Caps Gloves Straw Goods - k O I S ST11AUER SQN successors to j a tan in main stukkt lkxixgtox ky iV N reeo mm ended SKITZ Pmst St AND UMBRELLAS CIlllMrOTHK hoU Mile Dunlvri In CECIL Jcwx A Tauiwki ow rH M D medloino tUammtHtm tw4 Impftittitfec HarMMMnniB wed by Vy Ayern Has Cured Others will ours you Thos Henderson WHQIK8AIK ASlILAftD KY WITH HOTEL WEST LI BERT Y KY CEOIL Jit Pitoi uiKTon Straight Kentucky Brandies Whiskies c I 1 Son S Wines Miiuple rooms just been oiicncd for the reception of kiicsh Fareiseelleiit trooil Tlitx new hotel has Hates reasonable FINE OLD WHISKY A SPECIALTY CIGARS AND TOIiACCO Agents for Old Pucli Old Pepper Ohl Tarr and Old Taylor livery ntnlde in connection - au S CW 1 V - w W M W t V wfVf - r JL if mid Wolfe Morgan Has n larger clrculiitlon Hrenthltt thud all other plipuis in thu Mate nml merchants in ill KlerMng Win ehestcr Lexington Louisville nlul Win llitti Wljl Hlltl It TIIK IIB8T MKDIlM wliluli to siuitro Mouiitniu Trmle Hazel Green in Herald ADVKItTIHlNd KATES THANHIKST through Advertisements inserted for lens tlinn 1 mouths will he 7fl ccntN an inch lor thu Hrst Insertion and 23 cents an inch lor each sub Hoauciit itiHertion UBIAII IN 1 1- fair All Transient Advertising must ADVANCE- 7 50 inch - months 12 60 inches 15 00 3 Inches 18 75 4 inches 22 00 j inches f 25 00 i 6 inches Liberal rates on larger advertisements made known on application Local notices to he interspersed among reading matter 10 cents a line witli a dis count of 25 per cent where they run a month or more Obituaries tributes of icspect etc 3c a line Count six words to the line and send money with the manuscript We will write obituaries and publish at 5 cents a line Marriage and death notices not exceeding ten lines solioited and published lHKK 3 Â¬ STANDING ADVERTISEMENTS IAYAltlK QUARTERLY jrUiLiJi for Regular Advkktisino ON DEMAND SPENCER COOPER Hazel Green Ky Address Let Atl Inspector InvcnttRntn Rev W M Combs of Cornwell was hero Wednesday to get the minutes of the Rod River Association of Old Hnp tisto which wero ready for him on the 2lth of September Expecting him to be at the Fair we watted until October 0 to write him On the same date he mailed us a postal card of inquiry and we received it four days aftkuwaiid though the distance is only 20 miles and wo have a daily mail But hero is n still worse caso His postal was promptly answered under date of Oct 9 and put in tho office hero on tho night of Oct 8 it being dated for next day Mr Combs received that letter on Sunday evening last just one month from tho day we mailed it I Now where was that letter loitering all that time That its delay was caused by tho carelessness of some ono in tho postal service is evident but who that person may be is a question we are unable to answer An occasional shaking up by a Postoffico Inspector has a great deal to do toward increasing the efficiency of tho service and a trip just now would doubtless improve tho facili- Â¬ ties Killed lly n Foiling Tree Ben Spencer a hard working farmer and good citizen on tho head of Still- Â¬ water in this county was crushed to death Tuesday by a tree falling upon him Ho and a sou nud daughter were husking corn in a field where thcro was some dead timber when tho storm came up Tho llttlo girl Acing a tree start to fall jumped aside and warned the others Tho boy also saved himself but Spencer attempted to get a yoke of cattle out of tho way of the tree and seeing that he could not jumped in the direction the trco fell and was caught under It his neck and back bcinc broken 1L F PIERATT f DEALURH T PIEKTlV H F llfl IM PIERATT IK J M CO 61 mmmms4 M1U VLW LIVE STOCK COUNTRY PRODUCE nmoHiiisi ii Good People Play Progression Buy your goods while they are cheap and now is the time 2 9 To prevent tho appearance of nge use Buckinghams Dye for the Whiskers Bruce Marcum of Jackson was hero Wednesday the guest of John Wilson Mrs Ringo whoso illness was noted in these columns recently is still confined to her bed Dr R B Gardner of Jackson spent several daya in Hazel Green this week a guest of tho Day House Happy andcontcnt Is a home with The Ro- Â¬ pair yearling mules 11525 1 work lamp with the light of the morning mule 9675 1 work mule 85 1 work chester Fcrcatalcgut vtritt Rohttttr Lamp Co iftvi Ytrk mule 8150 1 pair work mules 233 60 Mrs Rilda Day has been confined to 1 2 year old mule 8875 1 pair mules her bed for two weeks past Her mother 19840 1 yearling mule 5775 1 pair 180 1 horse 8375 1 2 year Mrs Wills of Maytown came up Sun- Â¬ mules 1 bull 25 1 cow 2160 old filly 91 day to see her 1 8 1 cow yearling heifer 1476 Henry Hurst and Miss Mary E Kash Haystacks sold at from 10 to 17 and of this county will be married on the the household and kitchen furniture 18th at the residence of James Kash farming tools etc brought good prices There was a large crowd in attendance For Constipation Indigestion Head Wilt Haxel Green Have n Bunk ache Liyer Complaint and for all pur T H Talbott general book keeperf gative purposes take Ayera Pills the tho First National Bank of Owenton best for family use Ky is here for tho purpose of getting Â¬ A Mnn Shot In Hreathltt County and this is our reason We want to buy moro goods Dr Kash of this place on Sunday told us that a man named Armstrong was Wo aro not in business shot and severely wounded Sunday morn Dont you see that is business ing by a man named Bud Pat ton Both merely for pleasure nor for health but for the profit and men were citizens of Breathitt county the way to make it proiitablo is to sell everybody And tho and tho dlffiulty took place on Wolfe way to sell everybody is to sell cheaper than anybody And Pen a tributary of Hunting Creek It that is what we aro going to do for Cash or Country Pro Â¬ camo up over a dispute about some rent duce corn and the wounded man wan not ex Â¬ havo extended tho Credit System until wo aro compelled to close our pected to llvoono buckshot entering just books and wo respectfully ask those who owo us to como in and pay part below the right eye and his breast being or all of your note or account Trusting you will heed this wo remain filled with bird shot Our informant did CO II F PIERATT Very respectfully Ac Tho I Hon Halo In Powell County not know any other particulars The following is a report of tho L H C SWANGO JOHN M ROSE Going On An KvnngollKlng Tour Hon sale in Powell county Nov 4 as Rev D H Fallen of Daysboro who furnished us by AuctionccJohn Pieratt has been quite sick for Bome time has who cried the salo Lot 2 year old steers 1 lot 2 ycarold steers fi a head 2240 now sufficiently convalesced to rcsumo Â¬ DEALERS IN yoke cattle 10550 1 yoke his duties in the ministry and on Thurs per head day of this week left for Jackson where cattle 73 1 yoke cattle 11125 1 lot Ster- Â¬ yearling cattle 1450 per head 1 lot ho will meet Elder Clark of Mt Together they will go to Hazard 10 per head 1 lot ling yearling heifers HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY Hindmnn and other places in that terricalves 4 per head 1 cow 2050 1 lot on Carry a complete lino of Dry Goods Notions Ladies Dress sheep 380 per head 1 lot hogs 8 per tory and they may spend a month Goods Gents Clothing Boots Shoes Hats Patent Medi Â¬ cwt 1 pair yearling mules 12650 1 their evangelizing tour Â¬ mEWc MtF 1 Rose Swaiigoy J mxamAS Mncnuunusfl Â¬ cines Saddles Harness c and sell FOR CASH at prices Neuralgic Persons nervousness resulting lower than ever before seen in Hazel Green And those troubled with All goods from caro or overwork will bo relieved by taking Genuine Browns Iron Bitters wrapper guaranteed as represented or money refunded rod lines on bu trado nark and crossed WOLFE COUNTY P R Phillips had a valuable horse to die last week while coming from Sal yersville and has been trying to purchase another to take its place Wednesday moved Dr Taulbee back to his residence on Hazel Green Heights where ho can bo found when not professionally engaged on Prof Cord is having made some hand somo cuts of tho academy and dormitory building with which he will ornameut his academy advertising in future the sense of the people in regard to establishing a bank at this place and has so far met with much encouragement Nothing could do moro for the material and permanent prosperity of our town and the surrounding country than a good bank and we aincerely hope he may suc- Â¬ ceed in the enterprise Mr Talbott is thoroughly conversant with all thedctais of banking business comes to us well recommended and in turn we commend him to our citizens asking for him every a stranger within our courtesy that gates should receive from us as a civil- Â¬ Â¬ w W For Sore Throat Saturate a flannel ized people bandage with Chamberlains Pain Balm Visiting Among Ills Native Hill and bind it on tho throat It will cure A J Cox a native of Morgan county any ordinary case in ono nights time camo to this county many years ago at For sale by Rose Swango the ago of 16 and worked for Dan Henry for some years Ho went to Missouri 20 Wo want 1000 dozen eggs at 10c We want your country produce Wo want years ago and located in Piatt county your surplus change and wo want to where he owns a large farm and is in in Mr Cox visdependent circumstances soil you goods cheaper than anybody in this county the past week ited friends Co H F Pier ATT and left Wednesday to visit in Morgan P R Phillips tho commercial tourist county his native home This is his last week had tho misfortune to sprain second visit since he went to Missouri ono of his legs by the overturning of his Sentinel Democrat wagon and ho has been at tho Day Houso He Gathered Km Into the Fold several days unablo to got about except Elder D G Combs of this place who on crutches has just returned from an evangelistic on the head tour in the interest of the Christian H H Blankenship living of Grassy in this county on Thursday Church reports the following result of of last week killed a black eagle which his trip At Willard he had 68 additions measured six feet ton inches from tip to to the church and at that place ho also tip of wings This is tho largest ono wo organized a church of 93 members and have heard of this year organized a Young Peoples Aid Society At Olive Hill on the same trip ho had By a recent decision of tho Court of two additions to tho church Appeals Col R W Barnett of this A Safo and Solid Institution county becomes tho owner of tho town land sur- Â¬ The capital stock of tho Blue Grass of Rousseau and 1000 acres of rounding it in Breathitt county It is National Building and Loan Association is fixed at 50000000 and is to be issued Raid to be worth in monthly series In Bhares of 100 each ocrat Call on Wm H Cord Secretary of tho Tho public salo of Win H Chambers Local Board and subscribe for a few house and kitchen furniture farming shares of the stock tools horses cattle hogs and crop which is advertised iu this paper to take place Fire Destroyed All That He Had induce- Â¬ Saturday Nov 21 offers rare A houso belonging to H H 8wango ments to secure bargains Read tho ad near town and occupied by Killis Puck and attend the sale ett and family caught firo and burned to the ground Monday night Killis lost Tho card of our old friend Isaac Ding everything he bad and our charitably folder representing J M Robinson disposed citizens should lend him a helpÂ¬ Co Louisville appears in this isauoof ing hand our papor arid wo invite tho attention of A Guaranteed Itemed mountain merchants thereto Mr Ding Megrimine the only permanent cure felder however is so well known all of headache and neuralgia over this broad land that it is not uece for all forms pain in from 15 to 20 min- Â¬ the relieves ry for us to sound his praise All the utes For sale on positive guarantee at merchant like to trade with Ding as The Herald office or sent portfHdd by lie U familiarly called mail on receipt of price 50 ctats a box Â¬ Â¬ 10000--Sentinel-D- Cntnptoit Currency G T Center went to Clay City Satur- Â¬ day on business R L Athey went to McNabb Wednes day morning returning that evening Joseph C Lykins went to Winchester last week on legal business Tho Wolfe County Teachers Associa- Â¬ tion was held at the court house Satur- Â¬ day with a very good attendance Jacob C Fulks one of our most enter- Â¬ prising young men camo homo Friday evening from McNabb where ho had been on business Misses Rosa Bello Asbury and Rosa Belle Byrd two charming and fascinating young ladles of Campton paid Torrent a flying visit Saturday I am informed that Kelly Fulks ono of the best Deputy Sheriffs Wolfe county ever had has purchased a fine saw mill and will set it up near Quillina Chapel two miles from this place Rev R D Bivcn passed through this place Saturday en routo to New Spring Church in Lee county to fill his appointment He will preach at tho Methodist Church in this place next Sunday night Miss Belle Steele who Is teaching the Wyatt school two and a half miles from this place will give a grand entertain ment at tho close of her school which A will take place about Christmas Â¬ PUBLIC SALE On SATURDAY Nov 21 1891 1 will sell to thu highest and best bidder nil of my personal property to wlt One Saddle Mare on 6 year old home one filly 2 years old Gold Dust and ono colt Also two cows uml calves one lielfnr mid ten fut hogs 100 shocks fodder and three tons of hoy Also nil my funning tools and house and kitchen furniture nud fixtures Further I will soil my farm containing about ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY ACRES price 800 500 In ensh and the bnlnnce in one year Terms ofSnle ofthe Property Ono yenrs time with good and approved security Sale Respect at my residence on Stillwater WM II CHAMRERS fully Ac THE WINCHESTER BANK WINCHESTER KY N II WITHERSPOON President It D HUNTER Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 This Rank solicits the accounts of mer Â¬ chants farmers traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and offers its customers every facility and the most liberal terms within the limits of legitimate hanking octl8ly J H PIERATT Double nml Single Rigs and Saddle Horses for hire Turtles convey ed to any point on reason Wm able terms Â¬ Â¬ NEW- - Livery Feed and Sale Stable HAZEL GREEN KY MMERS Capital Mitchell President BANK MT STERLING KY S 9250000 Surplus 940000 Chas M Grubbb Cashier Â¬ ft I will also attend to all cnlls for auc tioneering and solicit business of this kind Respectfully c JOHN II PIERATT The largest capital and surplus and indl vldual deposits than any bank iu this sec tlou of tho 8tato FOR SALE THE CELEBRATED Exchange Bank of Kentucky KY MT bTERLING cnv time Is anticipated Mrs Betsy Wireman wifo of our rountyman John Wireman died Tues day Nov 3 at 11 A M of rheumatism aged about 60 years Slio was a consistent member of tho Baptist Church and was ready to go when the summons came We too must come to the rivers edge and step into the billowy waves of Deaths River The springs grass may bo broken by the spado to let us down to our resting place or while tho summer grain is falling to tho sickle wo may bo harvested to another world or whllo tho autumnal leaves aro flying in tho Novem- Â¬ ber gale wo may fade and fall or the driving sleet may cut tho faces of tho black tassellcd horses that take us on our last ride We know that we creep into childhood bound Into youth sober into manhood and totter Into old ago but through all let us so live that when in the evening of life the golden clouds rest sweetly and Invitingly upon the golden mountains and the light of hea- Â¬ ven Btreama down through tho gathering mists of death wo may havo a peaceful and joyous entrance Into that world of blessedness where tho great riddle of life whoso meaning wo can only guess at here below will bo unfolded to us in the quick consciousness of a soul jedeemed and Fourth-of-July Â¬ Â¬ rap Sprino HARRI80N SWANGO scp25w8 Hazel Green Ky CAPITAL SIOOOOOOO We have more Hazel Green business than any other bank and want to increase it J Send us your account and we will treat including about 200 acres of land on which you well is a substantial frame dwelling of 12 rooms The spring alone is very is ofTered for sale B J PETER8 President valuable and will fcoon pay for the plucc JOHN O WINN Cashier For terms etc aunly to T HE CLARENDON Traders Deposit Bahk MT STERLING Cor Limestone and Short Hta Lexington Ky KY W H BOSWELL Prophietob There has been added an Annex with 20 large well ventlatcd rooms Street Cars pass the door every fivo minutes Located within two squares of depot Capital J M O 200000 Surplus 180000 BIG8TAFF President L KIRKPATIUCK Vice President W W TH0MB0N Cashier Mt Sterling National Bank MT STERLING KY We respectfully solicit the business of mer Â¬ chants farmers traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky A general hanking business done Give us a chance to send you a bank book pay your checks and loan you money when In need W W Thompkox Cash Capital 100000 Surplus 10650 LEWIS AITERSON President H R FRENCH customer fairly Trimble Bros WHOLESALE Cashier Mountain buslnew Is respectfully solicited with the aMiirauce that we will treat every AMOS DAVIS WITH BCTTMAN BROS Manufacturers of Co MT STERLING KY NirCeHihjHMeRU ef wreHM and the itreaage ef MomhUIm MerefcaHt lly solleiteil purified Nov 9 Supple Jack taxes for the three 96 W Pearl street Cincinnati 0 Last Cam--Yo- ur MAUPIN years past and long since due must now 1YITH Wwt Liberty Kyift the reason why a Headquartersat be paid or I will know indulged you as long as it Is poss I have Th jiwtly ttlftbnittfd t ible for me to do so and I hope you will VPftrrviARftUol tWM WH0LB8AL1 DRY GOOD fact tp come sufficiently appreciate that NOTION BOOTS SflOBB he art wil J Mt tllU oAm at 10 mUt a tot up and settle at once Respectful jr fWly CATUSTMBUBO fcy in tftwn at 6e w o ami tk hmi o Â¬ a OliOftMINCt rfe4 JeHly MM HI H OARPENTML D a hakb pi - 4uJU jfejbfej jUjrfcfcJSg - t Hazel Green Herald PXNOBR OOOPJCR raMkaer I I HAZEL GREKf T KY OF MV AMINTA Whatever phrase foras and nlmllca Tac pootq use taolr loved ones to beguile Their Cliloca and tholr Phlllldas to pIoubo To charm the lips of thoso fair maids to nmllo Wbatper thoy tino to mako comparison Ill cast Hsldc nor uno a alnglo ono To ting my lays la my Amlntas pralao What though truo bards of ruby lips may prate Comparing damsels lips to garnish stone 80 shall not I for I bavo thought of lato Tho phrtiBo gives prnlno unto tbo gem alone The rubys out of fashion all ngroo JJcr lips aro always a la mod to mo Hor kiss her Binlle I always And In ntylo Let troubndours inspired compnro tho eyes Of tboso thoy lovo to stars in Hcavons vault TIs but tho stars tho Boiitcnco dollies Tlosldo I think tho slmtlo In fault I novor yot hnvo soon n star of huo Llko my AmlntuH eyes of radiant foluo Her dear oyos aro Moro bright than nny star John Suckling Hnld in tolling of a brldo Her foot hcucnth hor pottlclcont llko mice Now I hnvo often tried Crept in and out To llko that hut I enn not think it nice Becnuoomlcoinil- nndohl Twill pot choose To think of her I lovo In squeaking shoes To mouslos loot Ill not compare her foot k wlilto Moreover rorfl wither and decay Amlntas chock sooms just ns bright alway O tnuHo Ilorchcok is llko tho rosol lb no though precedent doth mako It right AirroscBnro not pink ones and who knows 8I10 might lliluk I meant yellow ones or ndrhollfBair invent U Somo newer compliment Harry Smith In America CHAPTKIt XIlI CovriNUim Bui a serious obstacle booh presented luolf Tho strongth of tho voto in tho district was Hibernian in Its tendencies and tho whisper that Russell was an Engjishmnn began to hurt him It was Tory HtLlo use to contradict that rumor fr v hand I want to borrow tho cortlficato of your birth said ho Bless yor heart sor I havont such a 1 f I thlng 0 Novor mind givo mo tho dates anu Ill cable across for tho proporly cortl fled papers Wo can got thorn horo in timo to oloot me Ilussoll scoured his facts and bribed i tho coaohman to sllonco Thon ho cabled at onco for tho papors which ar Â¬ rived without delay Roonoy was moro ihan dolightod This wins tho day for us said ho J You dont look qulto forty two but most of tho man Wholl seo this papor ro not quick at Hguros Tho canvuss progressed rinoly litis upll joined soveral Irish soolotles and it may h ddcd rtnronthotically was J - ho romdmborod that Rays coaohman was named William Ilussoll Tho iden- Â¬ tity of tho names bad onco been tho causo of an amusing llttlo scouo Rus noil at onco hunted up tho coaohman and inquired whoro ho was born Dublin bo tho blossln nv Iloavon exclaimed William promptly M IlUHBoinHhonk him warmly by tho by showing that his great grandfather hud boon horn on Capo Cod Tho exi- Â¬ gency required something much bottor than that Roonoy grow quito dospond ont thinking about it Evorywhoro I go I find tliis thing agin mo said ho Couldnt you rako up somo rolalivts in Ireland Wo must find something to offset this business Russoil had bogun to bo interested in tho fight ond hbtook tbisquostlon un- dert8orious consideration At longth affair Xles novor before had a man than ho had over folt when thoy wore strong onough to trado on but hos got together Ho had looked forward with him now un tho doal is suro to bo ploaaant anticipations to Urowns ro mado turn in splto of tho thoughts that On tho strongth of this information would como when tho faco of Alico on Russoil mado a oaroful investigation torod into such fanclos under Caseys dirootlon and ho was not Evldontly it was his duty now to carry long in satisfying himself that Roonoy tbo nows to hor Ho closed his dosk had indeed sold him out When tho and took n train up town at onco Tho truth had fairly found its way into his unusual hour and tho serious look in brain ho sauntered down to tho King Russolls faao nkirmod Allco at onco headquarters whoro ho had a talk with Sho foared that somo mishap had bo sovoral district workors of Tammany fallon hor fathor Whon sho learned Tho noxt day ho wroto a lottor with- Â¬ tho truth Bho expressed great sorrow drawing in favor of King and in tho and spoko with deep fooling of hor high interests of Domocratlo harmony in tho opinion of tho man whoso career had beon out off so Biiddonly Uut thoro was district something in hor words which mado CHAPTEIt XIV Russolls heart boat strangol Suroly A LOAN CALTjED IK not thus would sho havo heard what ho Russells campaign had cost Gilbert had told hor if sho had over loved or Ray quito a sum of money but ho did could havo loved his friend not tako tho result hardly On tho con- Â¬ Tho following days brought no now trary ho declared that ho had had fun racts regarding tho death of Brown ox onough out of tho affair to moro than copt a gonoral confirmation of tho ro compensato him And ho proceeded to got as much moro as ho could by making gamo of Russoil who was exceedingly Bonsitivo on tho subject Motor stock was booming by his timo and Ilussoll could havo considered him- Â¬ self a rich man except that his Interest was a mere loan payablo to Deoring tho inventor on demand This fact was known only to tho two parties to tho agroomen and so Russell could tako what comfort ho could got out of tho knowlodgo that ho was generally sup Â¬ posed to bo on tho highway to prosper- Â¬ ity In reality It mado his position doubly dangerous Living constantly boyond his means ho now saw himself surrounded by opportunities for bor Â¬ DKimiNO DEMANDED TIIK INVENTION rowing Ills personal note was consid Â¬ ered good by thoso who know or port There was no ground for hope thought thoy knew his connection and Russoil reflected sadly that ho had with tho Motor Company lost a friend in tho hour of his utmost Deoring romained a mystory to Russell need In their conversations which wero not For all things woro not well with him frequent tho Invpntor expressed no Ho had been making a strong effort to gratitude for what Russell had dono in stem tho tide and could mako somo developing tho motor Ho soomed to headway but tho timo was short and think that all tho credit was duo to tho tho debts which must bd met woro machine and to bo continually suspi Â¬ heavy and pressing However ho had cious lost justico might not bo done to had good fortuno in ono or two invest- Â¬ this oreaturo of wheels and pinions ments rccommonded by Raj and with Russell bolieved more than onco that care might hope to mako an evon show Â¬ tho Inventor was on tho point of claim- Â¬ ing in his personal accounts before long ing possession for somo violation of tho Hut after that what Ho did not honesty contract It would havo been know and if tho truth must bo told at usoless to resist such a claim for tho two times ho did not care Yet now and years during which their agreement thon tho lifo ho had beon leading with was to run wero now drawing rapidly to- its luxury and leisure would tako hold ward their end upon him True ho had found llttlo Reflecting upon tho approach of that satisfaction in It but could ho not do timo Russell becamo moro deeply do better with a longor opportunity Ho spondont than ovor Ho could form no shuddered to think of a return to tho pluns Ho had mado no valuable con Â¬ monotonous existenco ho had led two nections except his acquaintance with years before and yot in all his pondor Ray and ho was resolved not to seolc Ing on tho problem whloh confronted any more favors at his hands To sup him ho was conscious of a feeling that poso that ho was novor tempted to ond all things wore uniting to push him his financial troubles by seeking a mar back into tho old way At such times riago with Allco Ray who was rich in ho would romember tho wish ho had her fowri right without regard to her mado to borrow this luxurious lifo for fathers millions would bo to imagine a two years and tho thought that ho better man than Russell Ho Was sur Â¬ should bo ready to deliver it up whon rounded by mon who Avould havo re Â¬ tho timo expired Had that wish been garded such an alllanco as tho last pos- Â¬ granted and was tho creditor fato to sibility in tho way of good fortune who call him to a speedy account Ho hoped talked of marrying for monoj as a busi Â¬ Ixo might bo ready to meet tho demand ness against which nothing could be said but there was still much to bo dono except that it was too difficult Uut It has appeared to somo men that an Russell had never coasedntOjTOgard such attempt to turn ovor a now leaf was a a thought as a trcaohory to his friend signal novov neglected by tho spirit of Ho could not help thinking now and mnlovolonce Ilussoll had ofton exper Â¬ thon that Alice had improved wondor ienced this sensation And now whon fully during tho two years sinco Itrown he had hopo that tho timo allowed him wont away Sho had dovoloped moro though short would suffico to cnablo rapidly than oven tho man who loved him at loast to froo himself from pecuni- Â¬ ary obligations camo tho crowning mis fortuno of all Deoring demanded tho invention Ho accused Russoil of cer- Â¬ tain manipulations of tho stock for I Ray was rospon which in reality slblo Deoring said that such operations would ruin tho company and ho inti- Â¬ mated that such was tho intention in order that tho intorest which would soon revert to him might bo choaply pur- Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 said Alice Tho reader for a London magajS says that aa a result of nino wefij reading ho accepted just twenty thna out 01 ivj pooms ouercu to tuo mi Kino lor publication Tho lato head of tho vvcll knonTfll publishing house of Tnuchnitz w1j East Ho saw that thoy woro hollow died a fow ycan ago Is to havo a and falso ho saw himself too for what morlal erected in his honor at Loinwi tho cost of which will bo defrayed bl ho was l UlU lilH was an honost vein of romanoo ill UlblAUUH Thoro Vice President Morton is loved i in his nature Ho had ofton dreamed without tho hopo of realization as tho Washington for his calm temper atxi blind droam of seolng that ho should lack of affectation Somo ono who saw somo day stand boforo a woman ho could him whon ho first heard of the accident lovo olforlng her tho sorvico of bis lifo to tho Shorohum snys Unit his first1 tho lovo of his wholo heart and usking question was Is tiny body hurt in return what all mon hopo to win but Mrs Fannie Fnlkonburg who ceW fow desorve Tho hour for such plead- Â¬ bratcd her ono hundredth birthday Iiif ing had como and Alico ho had novcr New lorlca fow days ago is a nallvi framed a fancy half so worthy And of ncrmany and can perfectly recall vot how different was tho scono from seeing Napoleon at the head of hial Ho shuddored troops on 11 black churgor at tho tim all that ho had pictured at tho thought of offering his wretched ho invaded Germany heart to her Admiral lervais of tho French A woman seldom lacks a premonition navy is an inveterate poker player Ro when a moment such as this has como is said to hnvo wagered his ship which Alice saw Russell stand staring at hor is Tho Sailors Wife on a pair of in- Â¬ without speaking sho marked tho deuces ono day when mi American com1 oxclto petltor tensity of his gazo and tho pallid Cannes bet five hundred mont In his faco Sho was much dis- Â¬ francs onat high The admiral nco calledf turbed and yot sho waited for his words and won J with an appearanco of calmness Frank Stockton claims to work Alice said ho tho lifo I havo beon leading fils mo with disgust I want with u deliberation which would lmrd i ly prove financially profitable to writers to change it forsomothing hotter 1 hopo Indeed you may said Alico less known He dictates to a stenoj rnphcr and sometimes ho says liojj if it has failed to satisfy you waits an hour for the right word InJ It has failed in a hundred ways ho this way he turns out about u thousands replied It has failed to givo mo peaco words a day I havo been tho of mind or liberty The lato countess of Chambrun slavo to it It lias failed of any good who wtis ono of tjie fow surviving I now soo was object except ono which far too high was never to bo reached great ladies of tho French empire hml an inspiration to be a poetess Shoi by any path that I havo found Get into tho better path at onco wroto plays also in blank verse f and then said sho smiling And thon used to send them regularly to the 1 gravely think perhaps you havo Comedie Francaise but none of them n not been in tho right road during tho was ever accepted A queer sight to bo seen almostany last year Forgivo my saying so wo day upon tho streets of Danville Ind havo been wo are very good friends and it has given mo pain to seo that you is that of Johnny Craig the largest havo been unhappy I havo seen far uitm in the world wheeling along his less of you than formerly but it has six months old baby in an ordinary beon enough to show mo that you wero baby carriage Craig weighs S2l pounds A great many while young Master Craig Jr isnotf careworn and weary cliild young men grow old very fst in theso above the average Ono of Prince Alberts wedding days and I havo feared that you would bo ono of them gifts to his bride attracted much attcn1 I fool as If I wero old Porhaps it is tion It consisted of an entire railroad becauso I havo lived two lives already train of sleeping cars boudoir saloon and havo mado failures of them both and dining cars eight carriages in all You know that boforo I met you I had gorgeously appointed in every detail for He ven or eight years load tho most Indeed it is regarded as the finest pri monotonous existenco ever endured by vate or royal railroad train in tho world mortal man outside a prison I thought The crown princess of Denmark that thoro was happiness in blind only daughter of the lato King Charles routine but ono day I awoko to find XV of Sweden is a superb womnn that it was misery Thon In a wild de- Â¬ Her wit and intelligence havo won for termination I throw myself into a lifo hor the friendship of many brilliant of tho most restless activity That has men whilo her striking beauty is tho burned itsolf out and I hardly know admiration of 1 mark She and tho 4 what remains queen of Portiigil are tho tallest twoj There remains tho middlo path i princesses in Europe When Ruasoll stood In tho pre4noe of Allco Ray tho various sophiatrlea by whloh ho hudporsuaded himself that ho had a right to ask hor to bo his wifo took thoir proper Bhapos liko so many hideous genii at tho touch of tho good onohantrcss In tho old stories of tho Â¬ CHAPTER XT loves wonn is tAif PERSONAL AND LITERARY Many wiso men havo thought it tho best I fear I can not walk In it said Russell sadly It requires caution which I havo lately thrown away and a faculty of rationally hoping which I do not think I ever possessed Moreover tho middlo path in theso days can hard- Â¬ ly bo said to exist It is ovorgrown becauso so fow travol in it If I givo up my present lifo I must go back to poverty and that means isolation It means no isolation so far as wo nro concerned said Alico warmly Whatever lifo you chooso our doors will bo always open to you Alice thoy must bo forovor oloscd to mo Tho reason I will not Insult your intolligonco by protending to concoal ou road it in my face as I can road tho knowlodgo of it in yours I lovo you and you know it and you also know a thousand reasons why I should HUMOROUS i She When is a honeymoon sup j posed to end He Whon the last quarter is gone I guess Iudianapolis - Journal You should never throw dear Ethel Why not Jack They nro too precious to lian t die so carelessly He was allowed to I help himself I can not seo why I do not geU along better I am not one of those fel lows who want the earth either No what you want is the sand Indian npolis Journal Teacher Can you tell mo why lightning novcr strikes twice in thoBoy Baino place Yes sir Because theres nothing left of tho place after the first strike To be Continued MrsBrown and I never quarreled but once What I heard you two weeks ago and I heard j you again to day It was the samo old quarrel sir N Y Sun Why didnt ycz wear tho bluo silk dhrcss at tho parrty lasht noight Bridget Suro an oi wanted to butJ tho misses bad cess to her sho woro it hcrsllf Harpors Bazar Well havo to offer oxtra induce ments to that trout said tbo old sport Tho bait doesnt seem to nleaso him Pull in your lino and offer him a lib eral robait said Waggles N Y Her aid They had a regular fist fight for hor did they And she married tho van quisliod 1 ahould think she would have3 picked tho winner Oh no sho want ed a man sho could handle Boston kisses Jack V Tnln - Kiirpri3od to find fj - 4 Ho promoting a hearty soolablllty mado spooches and proved to bo a very successful liar on a varloty of subjects nono of which meant any thing to him But ono day towards tho ond of it all ho was approached by a shrewd old fel- Â¬ low whom ho had mot in tho oourso of his brief political career and for whoso judgment ho had learned to hnvo a - rgroatrrdspoot Old Pat Jasoy was a man avIjo knw politick and loyod It but ho TidVorimd tried to goVnny thing but amusement out of it Young man salt ho I do bo sorry to sod yo mado n fool of I should said Russell Thanks boHprry nysclfltI could goo jjfAn dont yd know thlnJthatRponova sold yo out Why its plain 03 tho noso on ycr faco Thats all ho over wnntod avyoz I know Roonoy down to tho solo of his foot and thats his gamq take mo wurrd for it RusaoII was surprised but ho was not shocked lie had novor doubted that Keonev would ilay him or any other r falw It there was onough In it t fee bad not seen the motive inktUaaso l IIKWMH jo be deputy commissioner eatd f Wi4 ow under Tammany Ciuwy tTU WMvafUr Uie Job ever loot organizations doing much good and that thoy woro oxcel- - KVIDKNTIiY IT WAS HIS DUTYTO TUK XKWS TO IIK1U CAIMW lti A1 iriea i done since tholr memorable conversa- Â¬ iKWfreiVft throufh the hot- - tion he had come to havo a higher ap Â¬ torn ot fee JfttyttlRU railway preciation of his genuine good qualities ploy of tho ivmipany which had beon ongagod in ojiorations in Central Africa had dlod of fover in Capo Toyn on his way homo Within tan hour and boforo Russoil had fairly como to rqalizo what ho had man who had known Brown read well camo in to toll tho nows Ho too had seen tho itora Thoy spoko to Â¬ gether kindly of tho dead and in a mo Â¬ ment Russoil was loft alono Ho was sincerely grieved In thinking on tho character of Brown as ho had oftor If Brown atÂ¬ her could havo hoped tributes any part of that to mo thought ho will ovorwholm mo with Russoil mistaken gratltudo In tho lastfdaysof win tor when such thoughts as thoso wero often in Rus Â¬ solls mind thoro camo to him a start-Â¬ ling pleoo of nows Ho took a morning papor from his dosk ono day with no In tontion of reading it ho was thinking only to lay it aaido and mako room for something olso But as ho hold it in his band a dispatch not four lines long soomed to staro at him out of tho pngo moro conspicuously than all tho largp typo and screaming headlines It an Â¬ nounced that Walter Brown in tho em- Â¬ t4t v chased In vain Russoil ondcavorcd to show him tho truo stato of thocaso Tho man was as hard as a cast stcol pinion in his Ho would tako tho mat own machine tor into tho courts Ilussoll had no hoart for such a contest Ho promised that in a woeks timo ho would dollvor ovor all his title and his books and with this promlso Deoring grumbllngly con- Â¬ sented to bo satisfied And so Russell was brought faco to faco with his destiny If it had como naturally at tho time which ho had kept in mind ho might havo met It with res ignation but this hurry of fato seemed llko a personal injury and itemblttored him In this omorgenoy his mind turned to Alice not gontly as ho had ofton thought of hor in tholr last days when his bottor Impulsos wore awakened and all soomed traceable to hor but in a way of whloh ho was Inwardly ashamed Ho thought of her as a means of escapo from his troubles Ho withdraw into u wretched corner of his own soul and counted hor monoy llko a mlor who knows tho lovo of It to bo a sin but can not shako himself froo of It Death had romoved his obligation to his friend Ho fixed his oyos upon this llttlo myth and did not see tho groat falsity of his posi- Â¬ tion whon ho should offer a lovo that was half oovotousnoss A thousand sophistries roso to his aid and holpcd him ovorthrow tho woakness of his resolution Ho had loved hor for horsolf ho would strlvo all his lifo to mako her happy if sho loved him what did tho motive of his proposal mattor Thus ho reasoned but in reality a fear of poverty was stronger than lovo his stops woro urged by cowardice whon ho turned them toward hor Woll it was not tho first timo that tho llttlo winged god had had to stop his cars to shut out tho jingle of gold Â¬ not say it I know not ono said Allco in a voice that struggled to bo calm if it bo truo TO BE C0NTINUKD1 A SOLDIERS BRAVERY An Exhibition or Wonderful Strength and Cotirngfi Referring to past encounters between tho United States troops ond tho In- Â¬ dians a correspondent mentions an act of bravery performed three or four years ago by Lieutenant Powhatan Clark 11 Virginian Tho troops wero having a terrible time with the hostlles when young Clark saw ono of his serg Â¬ eants a black man by tho way wounded and fighting desperately and surrounded by Indians In an instant young Clark dashed into tho thick of tho fray fought off his assailants and seizing tho sergeant about tho body lifted him bodily from tho horse that was staggering under a dozen wounds and Drought him off In safoty It was a feat that required not only amazing oourngo but great bodily strength und presenco of mind When General Miles mndo his report of tho campaign to tho deÂ¬ partment ho said that it was difllcult to solect especial cases for commendation among ofllcers and men whero - all showed tho most splendid courage but that this Instunco of young Clarks and that of a certain private soldier ho could not forbear calling to tho atten- Â¬ tion of tho department Yet how many pcopleknowing notihng of the arrayand caring less Imagine that such a thing could occur in what they consldor times of profound peace Boston Tran Â¬ script Â¬ Â¬ Nows 3 J Ho The artists say that ilvo fcetj four inches Is tho dlvino height for ft Yoa woman His Darling crossly quick 1 know I am five feet eight Ho ly You aro moro than divine dear f Binghamton Republican Tho Difference Mrs Trotting1- -- our church u ii1Mn 1 iioiu hub 1 UCCll U eludes his sormon Detroit Free Vrer No Use In That Id llko to gW away for tho rest of tho week 8lrsa tho tired book koonor Thoro Is H nopfl fni vnn f- great aw meaning at ours twice everj Sunday just whon tho minister co Mrs Dlmlong i grUHt UWUiiUIIUH 1 t V ui We hafy - An A 7 Vatul lteflectloa Fair Alaidon Dear me I know The turtle has nbout as strong a grip a little out of the fashion but I did as anybody but oveu ho gets Into the suppose a country cow would u it soup at last Muasey WeeWy tiur BBvugoiy mat cow jookh h Farmer Its your red parasol ms 1 employer Stay hero and tho reati N tho weok will come to you aim Fair Maiden a summer boarderH A1 4 -- tlnt nllil tMal 1 A SM k f -- f s i AGRICULTURAL HINTS AN EXCELLENT BARN I tho Ground Is Tevel economy of space case of work For ged comfort ol unnnais low barns aro Ixsttor than this one which is for situa- Â¬ tions where tho ground is nearly lovel and where throw stories cannot be used which Vig 1 sliows tho basement liould not bo over 3 feet below the surface This affords plenty of sun and Socially Adaptrd tot Localities Where light Laro half windows should plentifully used in tho walls in bo front of iho cattle It will bo seen that tho hay grain roots water and ab- Â¬ sorbents are all handy Water is piped from tho cistern and the faucets are just high enough for n pall The alley CISTCRM MANURI iMVUBIN jcii tlilMH ftSTfM HOOT FOR CWt tut jfllrafl 8 Uiiu iriruj 1 m nr at D Is Will fl rcroiNff rcooR Via KABRMKNT l with a pail of milk but too narrow for the now the alloy E is wide enough to pass with a bushel basket and has a just wide enough to pass through yll- - - - Tho grain room is sheathed up all around against tho stairs and tho walls and made vermin proof Chutes lead to tho meal chest in tho basement The hay chutes extend from sill to plnte with doors on both sides from top They nro put together so to bottom all will bo umooth and even inside that They should be put in two sides 11 and Oso that either buy can bo emptied The horso stalls can bo extended tho itself MtS Mil MCRtC Tho walls between tho be cemented sill and foundation can bo of wood but brick Is bettor Fig 2 nearly explains gg M I I Tj 1 3 0 Pr LU D HAY STALLS a g FIG 2 hflY f J g Hay cri E B0W Li- TIIII PIKST FJOOK length if desired A pump talc es water from tho cistern bolow There j Bhould bo it least five large windows ia the front end of the barn one in the L grain room ono in the harness room y and ono in tho gable This will give u no uarn snouiu not J plenty of light have less than 18 foot posts and if ono one wants a great deal of storage room for hay and is to use a horso hay fork Venti- Â¬ 20 foot posts aro none too high lators at the ridge should be provided The hay chutes are ventilators for the basement where tho cattle arc but ventilator shafts should bo run from the manure cellars to tho ventilators in the roof Tho partition between tho cattle and manure should be strong whole i and tight with a door near tho outside door Tho muck bin Is filled by dump Â¬ ing it through a largo scuttle on the main floor I have used a barn of this stylo for ten years and for my purpose horse hay fork place 1 choose and Homo I dont know of a better one 1 and can land hay at any V 15 Grover in Farm used a Hatr no eqnul ns a prompt and positive curo for sick headache biliousness constiComment on the Xutiltlvc Jmrer of na Â¬ Thoro is a 8 inch display ndvortlsomoat pation pair In tho sldo and nil liver troub- Â¬ tions Glvrn to Homes In this pnpor this week widen hns no two les Carters Little Liver Fills Try them Prof Leycr of Paris asks what con words aliuo except ouo word Tho saiuo is truo caring A cahker of extravagance does not seces rtltutcs tho basis fcr tho rational feed fromof each now one nnModlclno each week Of Roxbury Co This snrlly bring a man to sackcloth but It Is ing of a horse He compares the ani- Â¬ houBo Tho Dr a Hurler places Crescent on everything more tliun likely to bring him to bashes mal machinery to a locomotive In u they muito uud publish Look for it Bond Washington Slur Kennedys Medical Discovery sense this Is true only the rations or them tho naino of tho word and thoy will fuel which servo to generate vitality or return you book beautiful lithographs or samples f tea cures Horrid Old Sores Deep force in this horso and in tho machino Tib butt n mnn as thofcelllgorentgoat differ in one respect that food repairs Seated Ulcers of years remarked when ho saw muscles while the combustibles or ra- draw nouior Baltimoretho lonely traveler Amorlcan tions for tho engine do not repair the standing Inward Tumors and The lAtlles Dollchted machinery Of tho Ave groups of prin- Â¬ Tho ploasant offcot and tho perfect safety ciples which constitute nutrition two every disease of the skin ex- liquid fruit mineral and water may bo laid aside with whlih Indies may ubo thoall conditions laxative Syrun of Figs undor tho other three albumens fats and make it their fuvorito remedy It is picas ccpt Thunder Humor and hydrutes of carbon sugar starch etc intrtothooyoandtotho tusto gontlo yot Cancer that has taken root are thoso that bring energy that Is cfTcetunl in acting on tho kidneys liver and force and heat or combustion to stimu bowels Price 150 Sold by every late the organs to produco that blood Ir tho tnll of a comet Is making tho heat It whoso ultimate output is tho develop- Â¬ Is a pity thut scloncn cant llnd somo way to Druggist in the U S and ment of strength of force says a writer dock It Phlladolphla Record in Field and Farm i Dont noKlect a Cough Tako somo Halos Canada In the living motor the organs that Honey of Uorchound and Tar imtanter jy Wjy iQYHIihT ifes most Imperiously require a nutritive Plkos Toothncho Drops Curo in ono mtnuta reparation aro tho Immediate agents oi FinsT TitAMi I havent Been you for all mechanical effort the muscles threo months What huvo you boen doing I Cleared away N Y Herald and it is tho tissue of the latter which Second Tramp Tltno all tho troubles and ailments that is next to exclusively composed of nibowels but mako womans lifo a burden to her Do not purgo weaken trogenous substances Hence tho food act specially on nor liver and tho A perfect bllo the known to bo rich in nitrogen has been liver corrector Cnrtors Littlo Liver Pills Shos relieved cured and restored Â¬ with Dr Picrco8 Favorito Prescripever selected to Impart vigor and en Â¬ A man has nttalnod a rlpo old ago when tion Periodical pains weak baolc durance to the horse Now such food he begins to fall off N O Picayune bearing down sensations nervous Is not only costly but if abused pre- Â¬ disposes the animal to blood strokes prostration all fomalo complaints Cant cat a bit horses A relative nutritive are cured by it It improves di- Â¬ ration is that Two bides to It tho cent where tho aotized is to tho gestion enriches tho blood dispels Wnnnn to find work in the dictionary nutritive principles as one to six aches and pains brings refreshing Ono part of food or combustible serves Hull uud Express sleep and restores health and to keep tho energy of tho animal ma Â¬ Tnr man who loufs on tho corner never strength deals on iho squuro chine under pressure and the other to Its nnuuntc the heart pulse by keeping up It is tho littlo puffs which raiRO tho wind uterinoa powerful general as woll as RELIEVES all Stomach Distress tonic and ncrvino imparting the oireulntlon of tho blood through tho for tho poor uctor Auburn Bulletin processes of respiration and digestion and strength to tho entire sys- Â¬ REMOVES Nausea Sense of Fullness vigor Tin it e Is corn CoNOKSTioif Pain Thus tho food ration produces exter- Â¬ beat bencuthmany a silent throbbingTexus tem Contains no alcohol to inobri u nice dress boot REVIVES Failino ENERGY nal work or force and Internal action Slftiugs ato no syrup or sugar to dcrango RESTORES Normal Circulation asd or vitality From experiments nade YAnus xo Toh Tins Capital punishment ns tho boy said digestion a legitimate medicine by tho bus and cab companies of vhon tho schoolmistress seated him OR DARTER MEDICINE CO It Ucls M with not a beverage Paris five tenths of the total ration tho girls Harpers Buzar is consumed iu tins external action If youre a tired nervous or suf- Â¬ PitooF nnADKUs can toll us that first im Â¬ HARTSHORNS Wolff tho eminent German scientist pressions uro likely to bo full fering woman then tho Favorito of orror has been experimenting binco 1870 Bowaro of Imitations Puck Prescription is tho only medicino and is still on the nutiitivo power of NOTICE thats guarantecdf in ovury case to AUTOGRAPH Coun is well provided with oarB but Its rations Ho finds that a horse weigh Â¬ talk doesnt amount to much Its too husky bring you help If it doesnt givo 4KB UK Â¬ ing half a ton will require daily eight Lowell Courier HEGENUINC you satisfaction you havo your een pounds of oats and sixteen pounds A fashion exchango says Small tips money back of hay straw in equal proportions to ro populur Cortululy not with waiters meet tho demands of the system for Youltors Statesman nutritive principals Hearing in mind Elys Cream Balm Pauachutb jumping is not a business that it is not what is eaten which nourthat QUICKLY CUlCIvS ishes but what is digested only eighty Item tends to cluvuto a num Cupo Cod Beml for InvAntnriOulda or How to Obtain sPktcnS Send or Dluvit oC IEMIION and UOUNTV LAW per cent of tho nutritive principals of WA8HIMQT0K VATniOK OTAIiniLL D a A seafaring life to dovolop bellig COLD IN HEAD KTAllS IKIS rirttnrj Uatttl the oats sixty per cent of tho lui3 and erent tendencies tends content with Not the forty five per cent of tho straw aro as- Â¬ many spurs thoy huvo on bourd a ship CHAUTAUQUA Irlcn 50 OrniHJ similated The more work exacted sailors uro continually boxing tho cotnpnss Applr Ualm Into each nostril to Ciiautacqua orricR I 104 Buflslo N T Baltimore American from a horse tho more liberally it evKAHB tuis rittHifft iburMwiiih ELY UKU3ViirniiStNV ought to be fed and the more rapid its Doctor I bellcvo you have somo sort of movements tho greater period to bo poison in your system Patlont Should given for repose nt wondor What was that last stuff you Millions of them use Pyles Pearl-v-di- y gave mo VV UII1CI1 for easy washing and cleaning IMPROVED STABLE FLOOR Wat Hcrr Prof essorwbat do you think instead of Soap Splondidl thovlllulns of my new drauml natural they should be the first to How to Avoid Mini HoIoh in StiihlcH With In particular uro udmlrubly portrayed Tho know the new ideas If line is good for them out Itoiird Flooring Mun very words they uttor aro stolon A largo number of farmers on tho cheucr Xuloudor of far more value to i western prairies accept the free services Whnt In tho world aro you Mrs Fooo whose work is harder of mother earth as llooring for their doing with that dress of minol Mr F hunting for tho stables They thus secure a floor made Only needed oxorclso pocket Tho doctor Peddlers and some unscrupulous fjrocers will tell you thli 1 but Im afraid this by the same hand that created tho hoof said h as K00tl ns or hc sane ns l ITS FALSE Boston Truuscriut Is rather too violent and ono that moots the latter on moro V V V CL 1 V- - 1cirlmc Is never peddled and if your grocer sends you somc thhitfin placeof Pearline do the honest thine senJit batk ooa JAMKS IYMt New York friendly footing than hard plank There aro no cracks here for tho cold GOLD MEDAL PARIS 107a KiCnD ttO Xl air to work up through no weak places W MAKER for a heavy foot to break down but a COS solid seamless bed and a warm one Cocoa too when covered with straw These floors aro quite faulty how-Â¬ LADIES from which tha excess of bll There ever in their crude condition baa bucn removed 0Qol75 o m irr u ruuiui aro no gutters behind tho auimnls and Dclflj U dnntenrous In sick Jit abtoluteli pitro and aflPVTT QOYQ ROR it nusoi It CHtccmlJy lintartlous tho earth becomes soft where tho hind 50CZ25 it it talubU In diseases of tho Blood Cor JF JBTRiI ruption breed corruption and stand and wears away resulting feet ZQU jKklSJfli I w jkw 17C mlldcanoiilf neglwtid develop YKr in filthy mud holes A remedy for tlis M ron Into lucuraulu curoulo disnro used In its preparation It rrTfc order U TymsvKmSs mssf fault is recommended by Churleu has mor thun thrtt tlmt Me A Ci lsneafeBpecdvftnrt ro euro all FEEDING Cmn RATIONAL rhn Only One Uver rnatert the Word Tea Flail Â¬ DONALD KENNEDY Mass i ii siys Â¬ 40 Â¬ h ft wrw4iri -- no Â¬ uon-azo-tiz- m 4 stffls Â¬ gwijtHy Mmmm Patents Pensions arrSrta flLsCfr -- nlLTL yLAlEL Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Its m its Pear OUfltry Women i W XJ 7t70 ff Monkey Dont iftrs with your ft 2i 1- 4 V f Breakfast s Â¬ SBSV Â¬ m rn nr m rn nrn n rr T k rfURAL BREVITIES Tup horso that is given rest regu- Â¬ larly on Sunday will soon learn to know when his holiday arrives and will appreciate it Habit is a matter of education Animals learn tho exact time for receiving meals and will ap- pear at regular hours if they have been fed regularly Thk damago dono by moles may bo great but tho damage done by tho insects destroyed by moles may bo Â¬ Jl caMJrjS gTgr bkhviciahii stawi fiooii of Freeborn county Minnesota who sends us tho accompanying sketch It represents an earth walk behind tho gutter n tho gutter c pieces of inch scantling bedded into tho nnrtli Avon with the earth floor p K place for manger or feed trough The rear ends of the scantling c rest on a Inch scantling set edgewise Tho walk A Is kept from caving x into the gutter by a piece Inches set on edge and held In place by short stakes Tho pieces c should bo from two to three feet in length and slope a little backward They should bo set about an Inch apart and the spaces kept cleaned out for drainage Tho hind feet have to rest on purpose wood but the foro feet which sustain tho greater weight have their floor of earth Instead of sawn timber all tjie pieces may bo cut from poles or flecks from tho wood pile Tho plun with slight change Is good for either cattle or horses Tho expense is trilling and thousands of western stablos could be greatly Improved by tho introductionÂ¬ of this method American Agricultur II 111 two-by-four for X Ua U contagious Wood Inherit p0onn cd Scrofula Skin fcruptlon and linn cured thousand of uoncor caffl or powerful tonlo for dell v It la n Cato porson yet 1 harnileM and Incapable of Injuring tno moat sensitive syitctn A trofttlio on Wood and Skin Dlacases moiled roue on appli- Â¬ cation Druggists Soil It 8 frfiit wvfsiniAE w Lnsi DOUGLAS OR LEMEN HIE fTK1 BEST SHOE IM THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY GENTXIJMKN and IADIES Ian by wcnrlnx W 1 Douglas Shoes SWIPT SPECIFIC CO Drawer 8t Atlanta Ga PrCflfor jfedemned TJn ni nnfnrn nVinnlll lin mi- as injurious until it is known asafact that it does not confer corre- spondingly as groat benefit as tho sup posed injury inflicted Tub Florida Dispatch says Every farmer who Is troubled by moles ought to try a fow castor bean plants Wo knew an old gardener who was noted two-by-fo- ur Â¬ two-by-sl- for raising vegetables a fow dozen of these who always had plants scattered about his garden for tho purposo of keeping away moles After tho flowering season most of tho bulbous plants are anything but at-Â¬ tractive These may bo lifted as soon soil over I had been troubled five months with Dyspepsia The doctors told I had a fullness me it was chronic after eating and a heavy load in the pit of my stomach I suffered fre- Â¬ quently from a Water Brash of clear matter August Flower They inuct tno wants of nil claaici and nro the most economical foot wear ever offered for tho money lie ware of dealers who offer other mukci at bo ing jut ns good and bo suro you hnro W L DouKlns Klioei with namo and prico ntnnipcd on V I Uouglai llrockton bottom 3Ian C1TTAKK NO HUUBTITUTKU Insist on locul advertised dealers supplying yoa snvoyourdol as well as for persons In health Sold by Crofors cvtrywlicrs W BAKER CO Dorohoater ishing slrcnRthenlng xapilt cioksteu and admirably adapted for Invalids 1 5 i No Chemicals ttrtnglh of Cocoa ndxod with Blnrch Arrowroot or Hiitfar npd Is therefore for moro eco Â¬ nomical cotthg Ut fian out ctntiicup It la delicious nour Â¬ Mum JONES TOH SCALES k Before Buyine 99 aM HSN I pf your X hero shown or auyiWicracliel aexui mm ire im is vrer iifint lvnt ro inrro poods In tho market that look very nleo There ore but will Icuk nt every seam Wo warrant end Water Proof yralerlnllia lsOUIt soma llht si i Test COT tn earr yi- - Beam Box TsroDeami 60 or 1USUM BINGHAMTON V N Y A r sforl 1 Sm STAY fwy HAY FEVER the iers Mains ACTUM A Ao I nniA aarNAMi this yirsJi mo m jm namo and ad ilrAfia of nvMi v HUfferer 1b the U 8 and Cauadu Address p umu iiijei m SSHLS CURED imoM ripening -- their lower parts to insure Store in a dry place until uner planting season ist Hints for 8wlne Dreaders Â¬ According to a bulletin sent out from PnoF Muncev tells us that his exWisconsin station feeding bono perience and observation Is that the al and hardwood ashes to hogs con- overruns tho test fully ten per ad to an exclusive diet of corn and churn This is encouraging to thoso 1 t f tlltl KV03 xno IOJ lowing rcamta cent sell by tho test f f all tho but- Â¬ who 8re snoa ani borus meal were fed ter fat gets into tho butter then butter effect was save about 130 pounds containing clghty flvo per cent of fai tJ wh or a to cent per oi mo town will overrun nearly eighteen per cent OtBmint 1 i In u -- J icu iu producing itr puuuuo rt iuu to the as I Wve weight It about doubles the Spkcuxatiok Is the dangerous Get Â¬ k sity man Is USin oi tha bones and 50 per cent farmer as it ash was found In tho bones of the ting into debt to buy more land or specula-Â¬ 2f fretting bone meal and ashes than more implement is generally m 1 iii fr - Sometimes a deathly Sick- Â¬ ness at the Stomach would overtake me Then again I would have the terrible pains of Wind Colic At track times I would try to belch and could not I was working then for Thomas McHenry Druggist Cor Irwin and Western Ave Allegheny City Pa in whose employ I had been for seven years Finally I used August Flower and after using just one bottle for two weeks was en Â¬ tirely relieved of all the trouble I can now eat things I dared not touch before I would like to refer you to Mr McHenry for whom I worked who knows all about my condition anil from whom I bought the medi- Â¬ cine I live with ray wife and family at 39 James St Allegheny CityPa Signed John D Cox G G tilit and Sllcher eetryvhtri tliet also not to ptel or Hick and our good dealers to mako either point Walvh Out fur the Soft llranit Trad Hark and Towersto IMHKGVLD atlIsb seatq slrnd ho water tvtty that fulls authorUa In DROPSY CANCERS Address Do A W CDHED wlthla 10 dars No TAITIWO A MRW RS soy Trial paekiKO icaios roeelDt of fi - and any Sucker Collar tumos treated-- bo kale used ATAMttll Hit II Kill otloUl OLl sVOlltt 0 HKTTS BT i c tar Dustsae I A I IX i CINOIMKATI U fi J tihTOWRR WooUn tUt aletOi AMI COMFORTING GRATEFUL PHtinMC Laws rtnIIUH crease M years esperleaee UUMfree MIS 9 C rRRSwra nn u sarsiJis isus ill MUrsV disabled Mfseforbs taa M EPPSS COCOA a thorough knowlodss qftht natural taws which Rovora tha oporatlom ef alresiios and su of trlilon and by careful applloailonMr the flna Rnpa has proportles of well telocted Coooa our breakfast tables with delfenUIr Srovlded boTorae which sar ssye us manrheavy of sue doctora bills H Is by the Judicious use gradual article of diet that constitution luay be every Ub Xj built up until iirniw enough to resist doner to disease Ilundredsof subtle maladies are floating around us ready to atuelc wherever there Is a weak point We way eeeape wsr fatal shaft br keeping ourselves welt fortified with pur bUo4 and a properly nourished fram- e- Vbti Utrvit OaMtttt Made slmplr with fcolUM water r ssilk BM onlv In balftMUBd tlss br 0 rose ro labelled thusi CMmrtM CO Hemswist JAMES EPPS Lenden EngluM M RUPTURE BCKUACO rUSHS rosmviiT I Kiaas ItMIW Ilk rtciaeluastl0 br o mut for elri u Send IH BREAKFAST Dy lied Cbata of Uessmree Ckieace Mis rATMevtcf saMfMi wpohava weak luasser Astax rm niH Csi8siptiTM LJ Ciiiif umptloa seiysl H should was ilMsOurfrH It i H tliuusAMde Itbas ted It Is ed on BoM aetlMrH ts ta4 ltUtbe best euta sf nip everTWhent ks str1 H M H J GREEN Sole Manufacturer U taat did not receive it tion Wwdbaty New Jersey S A R16 Bibfct j m Ay k- - ii r Y wnmn wkitutb Ammmmm m tsttaUai ye saw Adiisssel tej Lr t A Mf w and allow him through your all know me know that I havo nothing paper to fciy r few words to his old Doin to make in this contest Jam no politi ocretic friends anil especially those of cian and no candidate for ofiico I am the Alliance There is probably not an merely a plain business man who loves Alliance man in Fayette county who tho people with whom I havo spent the docs not read the Reporter and Falcon best years of my life and desire only and I want to speak a few words of truth what is for their good It is often better to endure tho ills we and sober earnestness to them 2T years an active business havo than to accept those whereof wo I was for man in Sornervillo and have n deep in- Â¬ know not it is better to endeavor tu re- Â¬ terest in all that conduces to the growth form evils by using the means which wo and prosperity of tho county No sober havo at hand and those we know and can earnest thinking man can hesitate for a use than to go further nnd fare worse by moment to admit to himpclf at least falling into the hands of strangers and that life and hope of the South rests sojourners If the Republican leaders with tho Democratic party and tho en- Â¬ havo chestnuts that they wish pulled out forcement of the doctrines of genuino of the firo by means of tho third party The rule of Democracy is fingers let them have them for themDemocracy tho fair and equitablo rulo of tho white selves and by themselves nnd burn their man nnd means pcac prosperity and own fingers not yours Do not be per perpetuity to the country There are no suaded to give up all you have so long truer more reliable or earnest Democrats contended for and uniting with negroes to be found in the United States than carpet baggers and new lights allow men who have harm and ruin to come to all that is those of FajreUeCQunty lived and fought for the tenets of Dem- Â¬ near and dear to us ocracy men who have given of their The Democratic party has saved the onoy and their blood to country in times that are ppst and will time their sustain and enforce the grand and saving do it again if the farmers and working principles that underlie true Damocrncy men will but trust nnd control it instead You have fought and striven against of letting it fall into tho hands of its fearful odds for 25 years fought a noblo encmiea nnd the enemies of the South fight kept the faith without wavering Will you Beriously examine these and now when permanent victory is things and see for yourselves who are within graspit cannot be that you will the men who are seeking to lead you out allow yourselves to be led astray by spe- Â¬ of the Democratic party what are their cious theories and falso doctrines and antecedents who are their friends and follow now and self constituted leaders associates and whether they are the men whose Democracy is measured by their you wish for your friends and leaders own selfish interests and is only as broad Dont bo porsunded to descend nnd lose as their pockets are deep Surely you your weight and influence by giving up aro not willing to throw away and make old associations Yours as a Democrat UBoless all you havo striven for for so Frank Trimble of din many long and dreary yorirn full Consumption Cured courageniont and defeat borno with the patience and bravery of true earnest An old physician retired from pracand patriotic men allow all the fruit of tice having bad placed in his hands by theso years of labor to be lost when an East India missionary tho formula of within your grasp by divisions and con- Â¬ a simple vegetable remedy for the speedy tentions Introduced and promoted by and permanent cure of Consumption men who are Democrats for revenue only Bronchitis Catarrh Asthma and all men who aro guided And directed by the Throat and Lung Affections also a posilenders of your direst foes If you nro tive and radical cure for Nervous Debil Â¬ Democrats ity and all Nervous Complaints after real genuine you are so because you have faith and having tested its wonderful curative pow Â¬ trust in tho Democratic party as an or- Â¬ ers in thousands of cases has felt it his ganization If you aro such why isnt duty to make it known to his suffering tho Democratic party good enough for fellows Actuated by this motive and a What do you want with any other desire to relieve human suffering I will you Cannot you be send free of charge to all who desire it political organization believe and follow the old this recipe in German French or Eng Â¬ content to leaders with whom you havo labored so lish with full directions for preparing long and so well and the party with and using Sent by mail by addressing V A which you havo for so many years been with stamp naming this papercitizen Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ heart-and-soul Dcnthut Mary Isoni Colored tlin whole iintfmi It will have accomplish The following obituary was written by If I ed what the uiniiagors of the Rcpublleiwi party have spent yenrnof time nml several Daniel Isom one of our colored citizens A ItKRlHflHft Nkhm Advlee To HIM Old I this day 1rliiHil iiilllldii dollar In vain to do mid by mi doing nnd a son of tho deceived Keportt r nml Falcon demonstrate It greater polcncA as a politi Nov 2 1801 attempt to writon few lines Somerville cal dlplomntc Editors Reporter nnd Fnleoii to tho memory of my mother Mary You Will you think of thews things have fttqtirc with nu old Will you 10 1891 It was ac rrJ4 wvi4lMi Â¬ Sf AMD MY THE DEfrrOCRATIC PARTY t TMr Â¬ Isom who died Oct the darkest day of my life when I received the letter Informing me that she was dead 1 read tne letter over and over and then read agnin unnblc to realize the awful truth But I bowed in submission to His will wh doeth all things well She belonged to the church for forty years and in all that time lived tho life of a Christian She was the mother of seven children three dead nnd four living nud it should be tho happi Â¬ est thought of the lives of we who sur- Â¬ vive her that she is now in communion with God and the angels and try to meet her in hpaven We ask the sympathy of the many readers of The Herald for tho Bible says Weep with them that weep and mourn with them that mourn But oh God we ask Thee to bind up this broken hearted family that they may live in such u way as to meet mother in heaven She was n mother dear to us The IiOrd linth taken nwny Oh umy we meet on the goldeu streets Where we ran sing and pray A precious one from us Is gone A voice we loved is stilled A place is vnount in our home Which never can be filled God in His wisdom hnth recalled Our mother dear he given And though her bodys mouldering here Her soul is safe in heaven Sho hath gone to home above A place prepared by the Saviors love JuHt over on the golden shore To dwell with Jesus forevermore Â¬ B p0tftNp veTo rtjw P OTUCKYTOALO 1ILUK U11AK8 ltOUTK Jtt TO ALL POINTS SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE FKOA1 UENTKAL KENTUCKY Â¬ NORTH EAST WEST IV Kloeplesimefts Cured AND SOUTHWEST I sin glad to testify that I usod Pastor Koe FAST LINE BETWEEN LEXING Â¬ tiltfe Nerve Toolo with tho host success for TON AND CINCINNATI uuplcsitioss and bollevo that It is a really real rviiof for suffering humanity tSrSciiKDULr in Effect May 10 1801 K rltANK Pastor Koylerton P 0 Pa Waldock Mo Oct 14 W Vbout flvo years ago I became affected through co slvu smokiug with a nervous stomach My health broke down South Hound oiible ulysiHtpiiia iiujiletely 1 lost my appetite and iu oonso uruct btt amo ory weal 1 could not aleop at Cincinnati Lv I nud nertouK sufferings and symptoms wore Covington uuu urubtt Four doctors all known dyspep Ar a rmiiediee ami also electricity afforded me uo Paris illtf Ait a liiht resort Just a year ago I or Lexington ered some of Pantor Kocslgs Nerve Tonic i Iw stvoud dodo rillovwl my pains and after Puris Ar iln only a fow bottlos I am entirely cured I Winchester ltlfy that Iantor Kooulga Nerre Touio has Richmond rovuu not ouly a crvar aud beneflcent remedy Livingston utalso outiroly harmless Corbin JOHN BOHUKB No 1 Daily Express Fst Le No 5 Daily No A Accotu Daily Ex Sun 3 3 0 7 J 8 10am 8 00pm 08 Din 8 18 am 11 18 urn 10 23 pm 12 lOnn 11 00 pin 11 OOpiii 06 pm 10pm 00 pm 19 Lorttn irtnli 1 1 Valuable Hook n Narrow sent Jree to say address psuenu cb siso odiaib and of I llbilm this tnedlchae freeby charge prepared the Bajeread This remedy has Ueea Wayne Ind since IS1 and Pastor Koealff ot Fort Is now prepared under his direction by the KOEN1G MED CO Chloago III Sold by DrBtTtistt ZarseWae 9JZ76 trtrrA poor LULL Disease r nr r Middlcsborougli ioprn Cumberland Gap 7 50 ii Corbin I 4 50 pm Williamsburg 5 45 pm Jeilico Ar 0 20 pm Richmond Le 1 50 pm 1 Cm in 3 05 m 4 50 pm 7 05 pm 7 55 pm 15tH at fH per Bottle Bottles for fbt0 Lancaster Stanford 4 45 m North Round Stanford Lancaster Richmond Ar 5 20 pm No 2 Lc HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY Normal and Preparatory School 1891 1892 Ar Jis JC -etf flfi Daily Express No 4 Daily 7 00 am 7 50 am No I Daily Ex Sun Tho home is lonely now For we have no mothers love She has gone to walk the golden streets In the beautiful city above iUuluiesbarough Lean Corbin H 5 SECOND TERM BEOIN8 Livingston V s Ar MONDAY NOVEMBER 16 1891 Le 11 15nm Livingston Richmond Le 6 05 am 12 40 pm Ar 6 55 am 1 4Upm TEACHERS COURSE embraces nil the Winchester 7 45 am 2 33 pin brunches required in the Common Schools Paris Lv 7 00nm 2 00 pm 3 45 pm Dally Lexington Theory nnd Practice a specialty Paris 7 53 am 2 45 pm 4 25 pm drills for Teachers Ar 10 49nm 5 40 pm 6 37 nm BUSINESS COURSE embraces the Tea- Â¬ Covington Ar 10 55 am 5 50 pm 0 45 pm chers Course Rook Keeping Business Cincinnati Forms nud Transactions and Commercial W L Munson Trav Pass Agt Laws Cincinnati Ohio ENGLISH COURSE prepares for Ken C P Atmorr tucky University and Colleges of that class- - S R Knott Traffic Manager Gen Pass Agt MODERN LANGUAGES ANCIENT -- Le lellico Williamsburg a a Corbin Ar mM- Cumbd UupLe G WkS- 05 4 5 t rc 10 15 am 8 15 am 8 50 am 9 35 am G 33 am 0 58 am 0 25am 11 05 am ue will meet our mother dear Who has crossed the river of death And there sing the song or praise And with our Savior rest I hope - You havo grievances trou- Â¬ identified bles soro and hard to bo borno injustico without redress but cannot you right theso within the limits and by tho aid of Can you do better your own party leaders men who have never with new before sympathized with you I believe most fully and honestly in tho Alliance and tho necessity for its existenco as there is no class of men who more need organization and can do better work with it than tho farment but are curb stone farmers and new leaders aafer and bettor to bo trusted than tho Is it a good time to swap old leaders horses when tho current is bearing you away tho waves aro swelling and tossing Noyes N Y 820 Powers Block Rochester 4yl SoihU We want every mother to know that True croup croup can bo prevented never appears without a warning The first symptom is hoarseness then the child appears to have taken cold or a cold may have accompanied the hoarse Â¬ ness from the start After that a peculiar rough cough is developed which is followed by the croup The time to act is when the child first becomes hoarse a fow doses of Chamberlains Cough Rem- Â¬ Even edy would prevent the attack after tho rough cough has appeared the disease may bo prevented by using this remedy as directed The only safe way is to keep a 60 cent bottle of the Remedy in tho huuse for use whenever the symp Â¬ toms of the disease appear For sale by Â¬ General Offices Louisville Ky S F B Morse Asst Gen Pass Agt Our rates are less than any school in Eastern uthre Chamber ot Commerce Uuiluin Kentucky Rates of Tuition per Month Cincinnati Ohio No 2 Daily to all points except Rowland Division which is daily except Sunday No 1 Runs daily from Lexington to Cinsfr Payable onclialf on entering School the other at middle of term cinnati No 2 Runs daily No 5 Runs daily from nil stations exBOARDING which is daily jTgJT There will bo no more trouble about cept the Rowland Division too high board the cost of board and lodg except Sunday No 3 Daily except Sunday ing will be only 200 PER WKKK EVERY No 4 Daily between Cincinnati and LexWe can ncconnnodate THING furnished sixty boarders in our new building new ington Nos 2 and 0 make connections at Winfuriiituro and good fare The teachers live M V E D iu the Dormitory nnd have the immediate chester for points on the N N No 2 Carries through cars from Cincincharge of the boarders D G Combs is the nati to Middlesbnrouch and Cumberland caterer no better can be found Gap and nil intermediate stations and runs 100 150 and 200 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Thanks to Her Friends 4 O r all around you I havo passed tho best years of my life with you and in tho ranks of the Dem Â¬ ocratic party thcro may be and is need of reformquick sharp earnest reform but cannot this be better dono on tho old lines and with tho old friends to help Is it good safo policy to go to other folks and other organizations to find your leaders and teachers If you tho Democratic party in tho break up South and introduce negro rule and neÂ¬ gro equality havo you bettered yourself Can tho leadership of tho negro the carpet bagger and tho tomUm drawer Lo totter for tho farmer of tho South than trnt of the old friends even with their A mans own family and many faults kinsfolk may have many falso ideas bad practices and erroneous viuws but can he do bettor by giving himself into tho charge and keeping of his deadliest eneÂ¬ mies fairthough their promise and upecioiw though their schemes may bo If youliwre been disposed to hearken to the blandishment of these third parly tader listen to What one of them said a speech not Intended for yowr kwrkjg or reading a sjech of MitPtBiVvA chid rami product of i the North who myn th AU1a O Nov 2 1891 Mr Cooper After a very pleasant visit to my dear old friends of Kentucky I have through tho mercy of God arrived at homo in Ohio I think Kentucky has improved greatly in tho last few years especially Hazel Green I am sorry I did not get to make tho acquaintance of Mrs Coopef and yourself Many thanks to Kentucky pcoplo for their kindness while visiting them and especially to John Center and wife who gave mo a freo rido to the Hazol Green Fair Hoping I may find room in your valuable paper I remain Â¬ Kithcrn Respectfully c Mrs Mary Evans of the Trade South I find Chamberlains medicines very OpInloH excellent particularly Chamberlains Cough Remedy BE Etheridge Hal lettville Texas fiM I havo tried Chantbenatns Cough Rem It Tanneret edy with great emeeww Waveland M Chamberlains Cough Remedy can not W L Davis Liberty Hill La bo beat I have used Chnmberlniua Cough Rem Â¬ edy in my family and consider it tho bet I havo ever tried W J Flowers Â¬ Doraville Swango Ga Fifty cent bottles for sale by Rose Tho good people of the lower Hlnks ton and Flat Rock neighborhoods will no lougor bo annoyed by that alleged panther Tho beast was treed by Priest Henrys dogs recently nnd killed by Dan Dooley It was a large yellow woods cat or a domestlo cat gone wild It was twtco tho size of tho ordinary torn Oat and had tuikx two of which Jim Hrva Henry left at this ofllc J which aro au inch lung Sentinel Democrat Any scholars takii g first and second honIN EFFECT MAY 18th 1891 s ors on the completion of their courses in the Academy shall be entitled to a free scholar THE ship each in Kentucky University A free scholarship in the Academy will be awarded to one pupil from each of the following OLD KENTUCKY ROUTE mountain counties viz Rreathitt Clay Elliott Flovd Harlan Johnson Knott Lee Leslie Letcher Lawrence Martin Magoiiin Newport News Mississippi Valley Co Mcnelee Morgan Owsley Perry Pike Pow E D ell nnd Rowan provided such arrangements have been made for the competitive WASHINGTON PHILADELPHIA examination b the commou school authorBALTIMORE NEW YORK ities or with their consent ns shall enublc THE SEA SHORE Rose Swango each student of common school grades to OLD POINT And allEnatern Cities conipete for the scholarship and the applia certificate from therefor shall While in Elliott county last week we cantexaminer that hebear obtained the high Tho Direct Line to has the met up witha remarkable old gentleman est mark attained upon the examination in LEXINGTON LOUISVILLE county ST LOUIS KANSAS CITY in tue personage ot lion uavy uottie hisWe would advise all to enter at the be CHATTANOOGA MEMPHIS He is 88 years of age and is as sprightly ginning of a term but you can enter at any And nil Points West nnd Northwest ami aa most men at GO ycdrs has been Sheriff time and classes will be arranged South nnd Southwest You cannot find n better school in the of his county several terms also a mem- Â¬ mountains of Kentucky Our rates are low Fast Fast Ml Acconi Daily KA8T round ber of the Kentucky Legislature Ho our methods of teaching Normal we keep Express Daily the Our pu uauy ex Sun ex Sun married at tho ago of thirty his wife abreast with besttide of education We refer pils are our advertisement being the fifteenth child She had seven you to them Lexington Le 6 15pm 7 35 am 5 45pm 7 00im 8 23am 7 10pm brothers and seven sisters To her was Hazel Green is the prettiest town in East- Winchester ern Kentucky free from many of ills oi Mt Sterling 7 30pm 8 52am 7 45pln born twelvo children nnd at the age of railway towns aud those of more popula Olive Hill 0 03pm 10 40am 10 00pm 10 30pm 12 15pm 45 she gave birth to twins She lived to tion no saloons or harbors of temptation Ashland strangers and influ- Cattlettsburg 10 43pm 12 28pm be 76 years of uge Catlettsburg Demo The people welcome thrown ences for good are around them Huntington Ar 11 07pm 12 50pm All boarders will be under the supervision crat of the teachers Send for catalogues etc WKST round There is more Catarrh in this section Huntington Le 1 20pm G 00 am WM H CORD of the couutry than all other diseases 1 39pm 6 25am Uattlettxnurg May 8 1891 PRINCIPAL tfut together and until the last few years 1 50pm 0 37 am Ashland Olive Hill 3 03pm 8 20am 4 00 am was supposed to be incurable For a Mt Sterling 4 32pm 10 27 am G25ani great many years doctors pronounced it T 4 58pm 11 15 am 7 15 am Winchester n local disease and prescribed local rem Â¬ Lexington Ar fj wpm 12 05pm 8 05 am EZEI KY edies and by constantly failing to cure Limited Vkhtiuulkd Express runs dally nnd lurt Vestibuled Pullman Huflet Sleepers 1AS1 with local treatment pronounced it in- Â¬ between Louisville Lexington Washington curable Science has proven Catarrh to TrlS3T New York nnd Old Point Comfort IM bo a constitutional disease and therefore train Is made part of the celebrated V requires constitutional treatment Halls East of Huntington on the C A O route Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Fast Mail Trains run daily except Sun day between Lexington und Huntington Co Toledo Ohio is tho only Cheney Mnke direct connections at Huntington with constitutional cure on tho market It is At Ashland with S V Ily At Winchester with K C It R north and taken internally in doses from 10 drops south bound nnd nt Lcxhigton with L to a ienMoonful It acta directly upon xv WKcisWw7 N L S und C N O A T P Railroads J IKXINOTON AND OlIVK HlLL ACCOMO the blood and mucous surfaces of tho DATION dully except Sunday Connects Mt system They offer one hundred dollars Winchester to nud from K C points nnd for anv case it fails to cure Send for sH3 nt Lexington with L S R R for Louisville For full Information in regard to Rntef circulars and testimonials Address Routes etc apply to nny Agent of this or F J CHENEY CO connecting linps or to 11 E Huntinoton Toledo O Clocks O L Brown G P A V P and M Sold by druggists 75 cents Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FREE SCHOLARSHIPS daiily Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ F CAPP Jeweler T5a3k F F Â¬ CO rt Â¬ Watches J P Jewelry 5 rolly 1 Tho bonded debt of Lexington Ky 492000 and it is estimated that it will take 100000 to run the city until the next years taxes become duo which will iticriHM the debt to 042000 Is JU LOOKHA11T G W G A Lexington IUrnfy LKXIKGTOX 3lrW DENTIST EZEL KY Kv W S Haiuuk KY O A Ashland Ky DAY HOUSE v IrV f i f XtliAllklioul fall Ih cverytlilHif th t jeyjw Wi ttwltl sueewH in lireil n Jrltyffe DM n t ikii K ing nptkf wNHtflii ttMftwtiM ltlu byRtMMWtM a wh totWef ifcftt frfttitMiW f ir AU Imm iMvW-MMU- IttMtttiiutit Governor Alford is a graduate and endorser of the Com Â¬ mercial College of Kentucky University KOfc IIYHPKlHIA Lexington Ky which received Gold V HrwNIrlMrra PhytfcUrtt tmHuroeiid It Medal at Worlds Exposition 4cWm Lwip It ft 0 per IwttW OcrhIm Wilbur R Smith Trea hiu croM red lluvs oa wrapp reluruNhednnil the table Is nt nil timcum Milled with the liist In tlio mtirket lUte TEACHERS INSTITUTE PROCEEDINGS Hnmplv room attached and Pf j reasonable Â¬ This house has been recently refitted an Mrs LOU DAY Proprietress IIA7KI Guro KY With a new trimming machine a uioderir citu rates to oommereiul men JwronHx r stapler fast job press an abundance of tvpo respectfully solicited ntL and superior workmen we are better pre celebrated 4 pared to print Institute Proceedings than WO L Tho Juntly sleel any oftice in Eastern Kentucky Please give Sni Perrviftn rft A us your orders SPENCIMt COOPER Hru sold nt MiU nffioA at ID runts H doaCH J i taii EdltorIerald Hard Green Ky Hiitii me oeat pencilVT town si oc npicvv ih t 4 1 j4- - iY uitw