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Digital page images are linked to the text file. - t I j J- IT Vx SPENOER COOPEROwnor and Editor SUV UNTIL YEAR Green Herald Of a Noisy Worjd With Nows From All Nations Lumbring at His Buck 100 A YEAR Always In Avn HAZEL UlEEN WOLFE COUNTY KYPiuDAY XOYEMliEH 21 fsUL NUMBEll 35 WE DO THIS GREAT BANKRUPT SALE o STATE SUNSHINE AND SHADOW OF o I Mg CLOTHING 50 CENTSDOLLARj dnoiuiK Kino ivay of Hullitt county died of Inokjaw at Oolmitbus Tonn A Niv postollieo has been eMablMiod at Niinn Crittenden county and Minnie K Guliy anpointcd Postmaster Jon MiTCHiiUi n negro clinrgod with rape was taken trouijut olticer near Kultou one evening lust week and lynehed in a Magistrates yard Tin Kentucky Farmer Alliance lat week re elected T T Jardner ot Carlisle county President Third part yim was kept under but the Oeala vagaries Mill rhow up Ix tub Clark Circuit Court last week Wesley and William Whilaker who mur dered Hubert Jamison in Perry county in 1SS0 were sentenced Co the penitentiary for Â¬ CLOTHING BUSINESS IN 0KNT11AL KENTUCKY 1 i i A i ou Cnn nk your faro nnd at least 20 nbr cent besides to come to Lexington and btiy ybur Clothing i -- MPJUtNT r SUITS AND OVERCOATS JV p aoTWi y Atom 4 I T OK for Mon nnd Roys from us Besides this wo ofler you tho largest stock to sclcot from that you can sco anywhere if you cant come write nlid No Fire Stock No Damaged Goods But the entire stock of a large wholesale clothing house recently failed in New York We purchased the goods at Scotch Cassimer Fine Consisting spun Suits Fine Dress Suits Fine Tricot Suits The most elegant line of FIFTY CENTS on the DOLLAR homeof Brown Â¬ FINE OVERCOATS Ever shown by any Clothing House in Kentucky Ulsters of every description Double breasted Kersey Overcoats beautiful style and workmanship i Cdiub QuicttMakeYour Selections and well send you samples to select from If goods dont suit that wo sell or sond who wan a 8toekholder in the lumber firm you llKTUKN AT OUR EXPENSE If you want a suit mado- to order ami cant come let us know and woll send you samples and measuring blank with di- Â¬ Co of Louisville which of It H Cotter rections to tako your measure and well astonish you how cheap we can mnke your made an assignment recently it said to have clothes to order for you We sell wholesale and ketail lost fJJOOO by the failure Gio L Linvilie ex Slierifl and P I Liuville ex County Superintendent of Common Schools for llobortsou county have OO M been indicted by the Grand Jury for embez zling public funds while in ofliee LEXINGTON KY Main Masons arc actively en Louisvillb gaged in arranging for the celebration of tlio WM lmiGIIT Secretary md Treasurer J M KELLY President Scottish Kite at the Masnuio Temple Nov -25 20 and 27 It is intended to make this a occasion of special interest grand ON James Ciiamness waa Inst week tried at laducah on the charge ot violating the Internal Ilevenuc laws and was held to an swer to the U S Grand Jury He ran a saloon in Caldwell county without a Government license Office Osjau Wem8 of Georgetown who is attending the Davis Military School at WinIT ston N C has been inado Adjutant of the Dattalion This is quite an honor as it They are onoratliiL T1IK LARGEST FOUNDItY AND MACHINE SHOP IN THE gives him command over 200 men and 40 STATE cast of Louisville otticers most of whom are older than him All kinds of BOILER AND ENGINE REPAIRING SKILLFULLY self DONE at the lowest living piuceh J M KELLY President Iluan Rogers Deputy U S Marshal under Capt Jack Gross died at his home in Oflico 90 EAST MAIN STREET -Lexington last week from a wound he reFoumlry on K U RAILllOi UlPJUl JULJT ceived in Harlan county while in ofliee It will be remembered that he was shot thro the window of his room with a Winchester W life TELL US WHAT YOU WANT J Hkkdiuck Attorney General ONE PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE 54 East KAUFMAN Street Â¬ WHENEVER YOU VISIT LEXINGTON CALL THE Â¬ Lexington Foundry Go 99 EAST MAIN STREET RAILROAD Shop K Â¬ near 7th St Â¬ Â¬ - TnvinA AJXXJ TTw rifle Thcrc never has been such an opportunity before to buy First class Clothing Louis Gus Straus p Leading Clothiers of Lexington Ky LaJIu Si 1 A SURE AND irpw LlK i In mu Im I I n very genteel looking The undersigned takes pleasure in announcing that they have Just completed ar Â¬ man was arrested nt Louisville one day last rangements with the American Hook Company that will emihlo hi m to sell tlie school week on the charge of grand larceny He books adopted hv the Statu Hoard of Education at the following reduced rates XA 15 Kays Jsmv First Arithmetic entered the room of W W Webb a guest McGullcys Suiafl Primer 8jr Itoviscd Primer Second Arithmetic of the Louisville Hotel and stole an over17 Eclectic Speller Third Arithmetic 60 CO 17 Kev to nm o coat lie was sent to the workhouse for one First Header JM High Arithmetic 8T Second Header year 42 7 Third Header Kovtosamo of Shelby viile has Demiert M CO McflulTeys 1st Eclectic Geography Fourth Header 05 Ud Eclectic GcogrHphy 7fi 1 10 been appointed United States Storekeeper Fifth Header 1 H0 85 3d Eolectlc GcoBranhv Sixtl and Ganger in Collector Scotts District publications tho The above known Acting Internal Revenue Commissioner standards and school book all times havu of full American Hook Companytoare well officers we shall at a supply on hand for ualu school Wilson says other appointments for the teachers or pupils at the prices named Other school books published by the American Kentucky districts will be made shortly Hook Company 117 Walnut Street Cincinnati supplied at correspondingly low prices CO lliuer Green Ky J T DAY There arc quite a number of applications on file for these positions C W Warren GIEAPE SMtft BOOKS Â¬ Hill NOTHING BUT CURES CERTAIN CURE4KN0WN F0 PILESAS 15 YEARS TUP PREPARED BY MMMBHHHHHHBHHHHHpgm - REMEDY FOR PILES RltHARPSON TAYlOH MEDCO STLOUlS MO RET Vbe Hiusllab Kitofcii 12 Four of tho Kendall boys confined in the jail at Georgetown for the murder of A J Montgomery nnd John It Jarvis in Au gust last escaped Tuesday night of last week and so far have not been recaptured Lib eral rewards are offered for their apprehen sion Old Kendall is also in jail on the same charge but being sick he was left behind Davjd 0 Howe ii bnkemnn who sustained injuries in the service of the N S M V Hallway between Mt Sterling nnd Winchester causing the loss of an arm whioh wiih amputated by Drs Taulbeo and Slmrall of this city atid Dr Scott of Lex Ington was given a verdict by a Louisville jury Monday for 5825 and cost Sentinel Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Seeing is Believing And a good lamp must be simple when it is not simple it is not good simple Beautiful Good these words mean much but to sec The Rochester will impress the truth more forcibly All metal tough and seamless and made in three pieces only it is absolutely saeam unbreakable Like Aladdins wmJKfwfsKJjm9r of old it is indeed a wonderful lamp for its mar- Â¬ velous light is purer and brighter than gas light softer than electric light and more cheerful than either Ixk forthlsstninp TiirKociirstrr If thelnmpdcnlerJinsnt the KenulHe niul sHkW I the style you wnnt semi to hh for our new Illustrated cntHloffiic Rochester tuul we will semi you n Inmu safely by express your choice of over it OOO ifie ff V9ft jjimjf ijiurc ivuiuinn iiwin iiiv A Model Restaurant Fresh Oysters at till seasons Mobile Counts West Short Street LEXINGTON ky Democrat Nov 13 Â¬ ItOCIIKNTKIt LA1QP CO 42 Park Place New York Clly trjri in Almost Every Feature Paddle Kouks New York Counts nntl SEATING CAPACITY 150 IHuc Points Meals to order at nil hours Delicacies of the darn kitchen in the State and The s x stem ning at a Miller Improved Itnnc the finest in the world with cigl tccn fires range will took I his cold water reservoirs tiiuhmunts two lnree broilers and hot and one of the kind in u n beef to a tid bit of sweetbrt ad and is the only nov21ly UA hearty welcome and the most courteous treatment to nil REGULAR MEALS 26 CENTS season always on hnnil PUS LTJIGART Proprietor J H IDINGFELDER Til Sharp Ilruce Trimble T G Denton SHARP TRIMBLE DENTON KY J M ROBINSON Importers nnd Jobbers of CO MT STKKMXG DRY GOODS fi39 nnd AND NOTIONS Nob 587 M- l-- Wcst Main Street KY LOUISVILLE I Have now a complete line of Clothing Hats Boots Shoes and Gents Furnishing Goods Wo solicit nn inspection of our goods and guarantee pri ces satisfactory and articles is Â¬ Id jzSEjlM HimImm recom m ended COMMEBClALCOLLEitofKENTUi CKYUNIYtHSIlY I CVItlATAkl V U Uukwi vjJj KY jTseitz WITH BpkJ VMtf KutmiwCoviui la l4UTltWa auttoBtsB4 Brt ibol ftt Hot Mio trs wiitlkatadTiLuiBirNr pelM KoTtln kster 0Gr4yiiMiutfuU SpelIlnjtmforML Nrlr R Thos Henderson uMiniuuiii TJX Son 05 53 While trying to stop n runaway horso near Sharpsburg Geo Thompson a prosperous colored farmer was knocked down his scalp torn from his head and his right collar bone and three ribs broken It was thought ho would die The horse was draw ing a spring wagon in which was a mini and three children who were thrown to the ground but escaped with slight injuries W II Bmii for W 11 Kidd shipped AND DKAMCKlNi from this city four car loads of cattle to this lot there were five steers In Haltimore which averaged 2150 pounds They were raised in this county Mr Kidd shipped H u with the same lot four car loads from Win And Trimmings of All Kinds On Wednesday he shipped 500 chester cattle from the latter city to llontoii Re Xi I am prennred t furnish on short notice and nt low prices COFFINS OF AW cently he bought at one lime lOOOcuttle in KINDS AND S1K3 from the cheapest to the very finest I can furnish coffins ehepr Price of Uoflitis from 5 up 1 hnv6 a An hnre mid than vuit eau huy the trimming IloyleoountySentlneLDeinooria will deliver colli ns cheap In the examining trial of Ambrose t Polsgrove at Frankfort Wednesday week he wai held in a bond of 1000 to answer at ATI 1 QPH AT 1QJ I My arrangements aro such that I can furnish TmWUhm or the next tcim of the Franklin Circuit Court 1U11150LUI140 MrtiiumciTts frfim any kind of Marble or lrai4lvMfitkt J W UIULBL Jerry very lowest prices Very respectfully AC for tho killing of his brother-in-laWilliam Larkln who caught Williamkon a stray shot in the shoulder from Polsgrove pistol on the same dny of the killing of Wlb liauiHon is not doing as well as it was e pceted Iid would The hall Inw not been found ami inflammation has set in which TJIMtWH IHSTRH6TIIN IN ftHK KEEHNff tMMT HAIrVTWRtTm may yet make the wound more serious than TKIMMiyETI ETt AT THE MYAHT ITiATTM WtNMSMlLA at first reported Man Tuiii ami mmiwMmmmMwmiii ky mtali Â¬ Vks cXlT CRAYE1V HAZEL GltEEN KY m The Rochester UNDERTAKER COFFINS CASKETS Â¬ r5iiBy Â¬ FUENITURE OF ALL KINDS REPAIRED ri4 0 jAmMi 1 1 raHOte MTfllT i - Trft AS I WILBUI Korlrulrt H4e llptjtrLEXINGTOfi SMITH Prti f LAN A WtibtSbiSA KY Happy and obatcnt ft sTFcW with MTh R chtUralapwkktlllhto the morning Frtfft writ Rtht4r lam Ct AVw IV J THD DDTKTTTRfnBTLYt OHMAPWr U D r K I ll I V U KOUTKD AT THtfj OB mU IKOMPTLY EXK Heud your order mMZflISS3 r-- 1 Hazel Green Herald SrXHOZR OOOFJCX HARRISON AND GRESHAM A Dmu of IIotno Maiie Oospcl IIckh Burners or It rpub FMMblMr nAZXLGRKEN i t KY TO RENOVATE BLACK GOODS Kopc for an Ilxcollent Clcnnstns fluid Which May lie Mmln Cheaply ly useful when menn garments require renovation 1h prepared iih follows IJis feolvo four ounces of white Castile hoiui bhavingH In a quart of boiling water When cold add four ounces of ammoÂ¬ nia two ounccn each of etlicr alcohol and glycerine and a gallon of elear cold water Mix thoroughly and as it will keep for a long time bottlo and cork tightly for future use This mix Â¬ ture will cost about 80 cents and will make eight quarts For mens clothing heavy cloth etc dilute u small quantity in an equal amount of water and following the nap of the goods sponge the stains with a piece of similar cloth The grcaso that gathers upon the collars of coats will immediately disappear and tho undiluted fluid will vauquiuh the moro obstinate spots When clean dry with another cloth and press the underside with a warm iron This fluid is also useful when painted walls and wookwork requiro scouring a cupful to a pall of warm water being the proper proportion When washingblack dress goods soap must never under any circumstances be applied directly to the material In order to obtain the necessary suds it must be shaved and entirely dissolved in a basinful of boiling water and then thrown into the wash tub laclc lawn Wash very quickly In hot suds for this material must not Ho wot rinse in deeply blued water and hang in the shade iron upon tho wrong side while still damp If stiffening is desired dry thoroughly and before ironing dip the goods into very thin and very blue starch hang once more in the open air and iron when nearly dry 131aek crape requires careful treat- Â¬ ment llemove tho dust by gently slap ping it between the hands Steam small pieces by holding them over the spout of the boiling tea kettle and larger ones over a dish pan of boiling water Lay tho moist pieces of crape between two layers of sheet wadding and press beneath a heavy weight tho slab of a mnrblo toppod table or tho pastry board weighted with books or lint irons It is well to place a width of soft cheese cloth both above and below tho crape in order to prevent tho cotton Unit from adhering to it Iilack velvet Hrush carefully and steam to raise tho sunken pile Two persons their hands protected from the steam arc required to do the work While ono holds tho heated Iron with its smooth surface upturned tho other throwing a very wot towel over it presses tho wrong side of tho velvet down upon the Iron so that tho rising steam forces tho pile into place ami continue this ns long as possible Lastly tho wrong side of the velvet Is drawn quickly across the surfauo of tho iron itself Iilack silk Purchase a few ounces of soap bark at tho drug storo accord- Â¬ ing to the amount of silk to bo cleaned Steep two ounces of tho bark in a quart of warm water for a few hours Rip and brush tho silk and remove all threads loft by tho former stitches Spread the pieces upon tho lap board or a clean table and after straining the infusion sponge on both sides with a scrap of silk A lather will form and this 1b then to bo wiped away with another piece of tho silk Do not wring tho moisture from tho silk spread tho different pieces upon a sheet laid over tho carpot and pin them at tho corners When dry tho silk will look llko now Ulaek eushmoro Wash in hot suds and rinse twice in lukewarm water well blued If a clear day hang in tho open air and iron upon tho wrong sldo when nearly dry Long steady strokes of tho iron and even prosaure through Â¬ out will restorotho original silky sheen of the material Black alpaca Proceed as with cash mere and add a little gumnrabic to the last rinsing water lilnclc lace Spread out the lace upon a towel stretched over tho lap board and using an old black kid glove or a noft piece of hIIIc for tho purpose Bpongo thoroughly with solution of borax a toaspoonfnl to a pint of warm 1 water To retain tho shapo direct tho Btrokcs from tho selvage outward Cover with a ploco of old silk and Iron dry Chicago Horald -- An oxeollcnt clcuMHintf ilulil cHpuolul President Harrison who came out to Chicago to open a theater was unable to make a journoy hither for the pur- Â¬ pose of assisting at tho unveiling of a monument to Grant Ho wrote how- Â¬ ever to a committee on invitations I am glad to Baying incidentally know that Gen Gresham who was so honorably associated with Gen Grant in the campaigns of the army of the Tennessee has been selected as tho orutor of the occasion and do not doubt that his personal knowledge of the great commander will enable him to Bpeak a fitting phrase of ono whoso relation to mo was only that of a remote but beloved commander in chief Judge Gresham fully justified tho confidence reposed in him a habit inborn in the man Judge Gresham by tho way is the same man who in 1888 was proposed as an opponent in the republican convention of that year of the other Indinnian Mr Harrison but wus not chosen To such vacan- Â¬ Â¬ muUlturtc cnRUHOd In nctiro und hardy pur fltiltn wboootutltuto lio rout strength of tho Thoy uro not onutnlcs of Inw und nation order thoy do not envy or hato those who buva acqulrod property by honest mothods thoy bear their full shuro of tho public burdens and bo long as tho powers of tho nation aro not perverted to their Injury for tho onrlchtnont ol u few they will rally to Itn defonno with un Â¬ GOV CAMPBELLS CHALLENGE Increased Wnrklujcinen llaw th Tariff Affects th Gov Cnmpbcll is making a magnifi-Â¬ cent fight Whether ho shall bo re- Â¬ Their encrgr sclflnh and devoted patriotism nnd courage havu not been dcadonod by cane nn luxury There can bo no prosperity without public tranquillity and tho peoplo will not long remain tranquil under a woll foundcd bo lief that the corrupt uxo of money prevents treo and honost expression of their choice of men and measures If public opinion cannot bo honestly expressed In authorised ways our oleetlonfl will become expensive- and useless mockeries and freo govornmont will oxlst only In name Let un not bo dcoelvcd by moro forms Itadlcal changes In government may be effected without perceptlblo chungu lu Some of tho tho mode of udinlulstrutlon worst tyrannies tho world has ovor known were maintained under popular forms - Tho president of the United States would do well to read the oration which ho perfunctorily commended In advance of Its delivery It touches him and his party nearly It was not for the orator to turn Nathan but rending Judge Grcshams condemna Â¬ tion of bribery at elections and recur- - elected or not he has shown himself to be the most courageous democratic leader and tho best stump spenker in the west Speaking at the center of the glnss nnd pottery Industries and again in tho mining and Iron region to great crowds of so called protected workingmen Gov Campbell asked them to their fuces how many had received an In Â¬ crease of wages since the Increaso of from twenty five to fifty per cent in tho tariff on the products of their lubor Tho answer In each enso was Nary oncl boldly challenged Gov Campbell Mnj McKinley to name a single proÂ¬ tected industry in the state of Ohio wherein the wages havo been increased by the operation of his tariff law The governor made the fair proposition to his opponent to give him the votes of all the men whose wages have been COPYRIbHT IJ3I your That 18 right way All 0Cf Bufferings from Catarrh if you go about it in tli9 Victims op Temporary Aberration Prom Pack Thoy may relievo for a time but they dont cure Worse yet they may drive tho You cant disease to tho lungs afford to experiment But there is a right way and a Thou sure way that does cure sands of otherwiso hopeless eases havo proved it Its with Dr Sages By its mild Catarrh Remedy soothing cleansing and healing properties it permanently cures tho Catarrhal worst chronic cases Cold in tho Head Headache everything catarrhal in its nature is cured as if by magic Its a way so sure that the proprietors of Dr Sagos Remedy 500 for a offer in good faith of Catarrh which they cancaso not cure If its sure enough for them to make the offer its sure enough for you to make tho trial What do you They risk 500 risk Thoro aro plenty of wrong ways that perhaps youvo found out i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ erman yrup 95 severe and chronic trouble of the Throat Specialty and Lungs can hard ly appreciate what a truly wonder- Â¬ ful medicine it is The delicious sensations of healing easing clear- Â¬ ing strength gathering and recover- Â¬ ing are unknown joys For Ger- Â¬ man Syrup we do not ask easy cases Sugar and water may smooth a throat or stop a tickling for a while This is as far as the ordinary cough medicine goes Boschees German Syrup is a discovery a great Throat and Lung Specialty Where for years there have been sensitiveness pain coughing spitting hemorrhage voice failure weakness slipping down hill where doctors and medicine and advice have been swal- Â¬ lowed and followed to the gulf of despair where there is the sickening conviction that all is over and the end is inevitable there we place German Syrup It cures You are a live man yet if you take it Â¬ Â¬ Throat and Lung A Those who have not used Boschees German Syrup for some Â¬ Hig Crops General Prosperity Fine Weather Why certainly Wk did it clcs ns have since occurred in the su Â¬ preme court Mr Harrison has not seeu fit to promote the gentleman of whoso ability to speak fittingly of Grant ho condescends to speak a word of praise Judge Gresham was not personally a candidate for tho repub Â¬ lican nomination three years ago and probably does not change his mind with the flight of years He is in tho judiciary apparently to remain and if President Harrison were of broad and gracious disposition tho highest possi Â¬ ble honors of the bench would be given him ring as every one having knowledge of the shameless corruption practiced by the republican agencies in 18SS must recur to that period of lawless Â¬ ness when even tho bench responded to tho appeal of the beneficiary for protection to the scoundrel tho sturdy honesty of the nation may say to liar rison ns the prophet said to the guilty Chica Judean Thou art tho man go Times A VENTILATED FRAUD The Itopubllcitus Still Sticking to tho Tin Â¬ increased by the bill if he will give mc the votes of all the men whose wages havent been increased by it and on that basis he declared Ill carry Ohio by 7 0000 majority Tho tariff was raised on the pretense of paying higher wages to American workingmen It has proved a fraud Monopoly takes all the increased profits and labor can bite its thumb N Y World 1 j OPINIONS AND POINTERS All the political issues now be fore the people national state and local are involved in the election this 3ear The democrats dodge none They force the lighting upon all N Y World Blaines popularity in Pennsyl vania is indisputable Uo is so much admired by tho republican napoleons of finance lu that state that they use his well known burn the letter on all of their business correspondence Chicago Herald Â¬ -- - Tho protty glass toilet and bon bon boxes so much seen may be mudo at home A glazier will cut the glass in proper strips or tho effort may bo mado to out it onos self with tho scis Â¬ sors entlroly under water it bolng as Â¬ sorted that tho absence of all vibration thus permits glass to bo out like papor After being cut for sides bottom and cover whatever stylo of box is desired oblong or square strips of ribbon an inch wido should bo strotohed ovor tho edges and sewed fast at tho corners A little strip of quilted satin is laid in at the bottom or it may bo tufted with tiny bows They are of course much more lovely and showy with a design painted upon the top and sides but they are also handsome to have an ini tial or Konorram engraved on the over and the box finished with bowa I at the eeraers Detroit Free Pros Â¬ To Mnke Han Han Boxes The president of tho United States a beneficiary of tho Dudley bloeks-of-flvInfamy and tho presidents good friends from Pennsylvania John Wan amakcr and Matt Quny might read the aftor portion of Judge Grcshams address with interest if not with profit Men who contribute money to buy votes and to bribe tho peoples repre Â¬ sentatives as well as those who dis- Â¬ burse it aro deadly enemies to tho republic Their greed and love of power aro greater than their lovo of country They impair popular respect for law which Is tho only safeguard for life nnd property and it will bo an evil day for tho nation when Us preservation depends upon their patriotism and courage Thej may masquerade in the garb of righteousness und nddress tho peoplo in tho language of patriot ism but their virtues are assumed they are hypocrites and assassins of liberty and would welcome a dynasty rather than shod their blood in defense of popular govornmont Their shame Â¬ less and insidious attacks on free In- Â¬ stitutions are infinitely more dangerous than the revolutionary teachings nnd practices of a comparatively few vis ionnry and misguided men aud women in our largo cities These aro words that ought to sink deep into tho heart of auy political sin ner capablo of repentance Hut will it bo possible for tho Pennsylvania uud Indiana boodlers and managers of tho republican party tho fatfriers and rascals to hear and tho blocks-of-tlvhoed President Harrison has little to learn about Grant from Judge Gres Hut if ho ham or any other orator willpondor on what Judge Gresham baleful influences and calls tho practices which lower our national standanl and unchecked threaten dis Â¬ aster ho may discover that when ho rewarded a campaign money getter with a cabinet place ho sot a premium upon a baleful practice and lowered tho standard of our national honor and Judgo of public life in tho republic Gresham is essentially a democrat It would not bo possible for other than a democrat to give utterance honestly to the remark ItUaetsiMk wa as tfeeM Intt tat great o Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ o Â¬ Ilutn Humbug In their anxiety to say something for the McKinley bill the organs of tho re Â¬ publican party havo been filling their columns with reports of tin plate man Â¬ ufactories in every part of the coun- Â¬ try and as soon as one statement is exposed are always ready with a new one as to some establishment in another state Tho fraud has been very suc cessfully ventilated but still tho re Â¬ publicans will affect to believe in the existenco of these factories until after the election From a democratic standpoint it really does not matter wnethcr the manufacture of tin plate shall ho estab lished in this country or not To make our own plate will cost at tho present rato of duty sixteen million dollars more than It will cost to import it This will bo far moro than the total wages of tho men to whom It will give employment and these men ac Â¬ cording to ex Congressman Niedring haus who holds himself out as a tinned plate manufacturer must be Im- Â¬ ported It Is not worth while to es tablish a new industry at such a price Tho republicans however have been trying to make capital out of tin plate works that aro purely mythical and it has been necessary to expose tho falsehoods that have been circu Â¬ lated with reference to them Louis- Â¬ ville Courier Journal Tho world is informed through the columns of a contemporary that whon James Whltcomb Ulley recited In pathetic tones his poem Well Good Uy Jim Take Caro o Yourself big tears coursed down the honest face of Undo Dick Oglesby while ex Senator Ingalls wiped tho moisture from his glasses It must have been that tho thoughts of theso eminent patriots re Â¬ verted Irresistibly to a certain Jim who has been taking gocxl care of him solf at Har Harbor surrounded by doc- Â¬ tors and freo from all cares save tho di Â¬ rection of a presidential boom There is no rousou to exhort Jim to ttiko caro of himself Ho may bo as implicitly trusted to do that as tho American peo- Â¬ ple may Iks relied upon to bid him good by when he comes up for their iotea Chlcsgo Time Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ess Va 9 1 Â¬ Absurdity is quickly reached at both ends of tho republican chain of reasoning If the protectionists main tain that high duties produce high wages then with high wages must come higher prices of manufactured articles consumed which is what thoy aro trying to escape admitting Bos- Â¬ Â¬ llr -- m V Latest fKy T YUUK nrni-Hm- - Styles IN AND S ILL Tlllt LATEST lAIHB LArt De La Mode COLOUEW lLATEH it f vmir Nnwt cleilff tASniOMJ orrnilSJcti forlntetimiibrW WJT MUIK INiIiIUIht kw IAMB THIS PAFER Eut lUtH ttt7 Un jMwtUa 3 8Ar ton Globe Hon William McKinley dressed in a suit of clothes of imported Eng- Â¬ lish woolen cloth made by Eng Â¬ lish labor from English raised wool is traveling over Ohio telling the farmers of the great benefits and beauties of tho McKinley bill American shoddy the result of McKlnleyism is not good enough for the great advocate of a rob-Â¬ ber tariff Cleveland Plain Dealer A stewpan made of such tln- plnte as tho Ohio McKinley and pro- Â¬ tection campaign medals aro mado of would give off salts of lead enough in cooking a stow in it to poison an entire family Mr McKinley has put him solf in tho hands of his friends and tho Clmuvenet quantitative analysis of his campaign medals of Piquatln shows that some of tho bauds aro very bad St Louis llcpublic There is to be another attempt to kill off Mr Quay in Pennsylvania Leading republicans of Philadelphia to tho utimber of thrco hundred and fifty havo united in signing his political death warrant It is u larger number than that of tho regL ides who signed tho death warrant of Charles I Hut when tho latter was doomed ho died whereas Mr Quay has been sontenced often but still lives Ho acknowl- Â¬ edged it was a queer situation by his comments And yet I am neither a cat QFORTHEMILLlONSOFCONSUMERSOFf GOOD NEWS It Rives Tr Tutt ploasuro to nn A nnnnco that ho la now putting up a W larger m retaining all the virtues of tho purely a ones They aro guaranteed r TuttVPills in TINY UTER PILL which exceedingly Hinnll sire yet of pills Itnth slzen of are still w vcgotnhloIssued Tho exactthroo of - A slxo TUTJPS TINY IilVKIt XlLLS M uuiufjr w tuia i nj YOU WILL SAVE MONEY Catarrh JJT U8LNO Time Pain Tronulo and will CURB Elys Cream WNAMS Balm tmt to 7wnu mmrn rn ctaV TIIREI II Hit r HAT 1 tVtK dirn ii -- mtS gg h 06 I Mm A P Harold Hajt9tf MriaXITSH V UZM traj tai jm ttu no 1 hM nor a tullor Brooklyn Eagle imAUi nut riHktfMff in mm 4 ii o JUkR H f H i f rV L to i tho nerves and overwhelm onea stars would appear at certain periods of time Aftor looking nround for awhile and Not in tho 4000 yours since tho put- Â¬ The Gospel of the Colossal Struc a kodak had pictured tho group wo de Â¬ ting up of that pyramid has a single scended Tho descent was more trying fact in astronomy or mathrmatlcs boon tures thautho ascent for climbing you need found to contradict tho wisdom of not sco the depths boneath but com- Â¬ structuro Yet they had not at tho that ago In K icy pi The A Itfnil lly Pr Tnlmije ing down it was Impossible not to when tho pyramid was started an as- Â¬ jliimt Monument Ovii Icoplo see tho nbsyms below But two Arabs tronomer or an architect or a matho AVho Amount to Nothing ahend to help us down and two Arabs maticinn worth mentioning Who to hold us back wo wero lowered DrTnlmagosdiscourso below hnnd until the ground handÂ¬ then plnnnod tho pyramid Who su- Â¬ The subjectof was in- perintended its erection Who from From the Pyra vitingly near and Sunday wns titled amid tho jargons of its first foundation stono to its cnp mids to tho Acropolis or what I nv in tho Arabs we were safely landed orcctcd It must Ejjyptutul Irocco Confirmatory of tho came one of tho most wonderful Then stono been Hod every thing right when feats havo Isaiah was was Isaiah xix of daring and agility One Ills text Scrlpturos of tho Arabs he said in my text A pillar shall bo In that day shall there bo an solicited a dollar saying ho would 19 JO run at tho border of the land of Egypt aud altar to the Lord in the midst of tho up and down tho pyramids in seven it shall bo for a sign and a witness land of Egypt and a pillar at tho border minutes We would rather havo given Tho pyramid is Gods first Hible Hun thereof to tho Lord And it shall bo him a dollar not to go but this ascent dreds If not thousands of years beforo for a blpn and for a witness and descent in seven minutes ho was lino of tho Hook of Genesis Isaiah no doubt refers to the prcat determined on and so by tho watch in tho first was written tho lesson of tho pyramid pyramid at Jizah tho chief pyramid of seven minutes ho went to tho top and was written Egypt The text speaks of a pillar In was back again at tho bnse It was a Well of what Is this cyclopcan ma- Â¬ Kpypt and this is tho greatest pillar bloodcurdling spectacle sonry a sign and a witness Among ever lifted and tho text says it is to bo I said tho dominant eolorof the pyra Â¬ other things of tho prolongation of hu Â¬ at tho border of tho land and this pyr Â¬ mid was gray but in certain lights it man work compared with tho brovlty amid is at the border of tho land and seems to shako off the gray of centuries of human life In all the 4000 years the text says it shall bo for a witness and become a blonde and the silver this pyramid has only lost eighteen and tho object of this sermon is to toll turns to tho golden It covers thirteen feet in width ono side of its squares at what this pyramid witnesses acres of ground What an antiquity tho base changed only from 704 feet to Wo had on a morning of December it was at least 2000 years old when tho 740 feet and the most of that eighteen Amid the howl- Â¬ unby Christ was carried within sight of feet taken off by architects to furnish 18W landed in Africa ing boatmen at Alexandria we had it by his fugitive parents Joseph and stono for building in tho city of Cairo come ashore and taken the rail train Mary The storms of forty centuries The men who constructed tho pyramid for Cairo Kgypt along tho banks of have drenched it bombarded it shad Â¬ worked nt it only a few years and then the most thoroughly harnessed river of owed it dashed upon it but tliere it put down tho trowel and tho compass nil the world tho river Kile We had stands ready to take another forty cen and tho square and lowered tho derrick nt even tide entered tho city of Cairo turies of atmospheric attack if tho which had lifted tho ponderous weights the city where Christ dwelt while stay Â¬ world should continue to exist The but forty centuries has their work ing in Egypt during the Herodie perse- Â¬ oldest buildings of the earth arc juniors stood and it will be good for forty cen Â¬ 1 was our first night in Egypt cution to this great senior of tho centuries turies more All ligypt has been No destroying angel sweeping through Herodotus says that for ten years prep- Â¬ shaken by terrible earthquakes and as once but all the stars were out and arations were being made for tho build cities havo been prostrated or swallow- Â¬ the skies wore filled with angels of ing of this pyramid It has 82 111000 ed but that pyramid lias dolled all vol Â¬ beauty and angels of light and the air cubic feet of masonry Ono hundred canic paroxysms It 1ms looked upon was balmy as an American June The thousand workmen at one time toiled some of tho greatest battles over fought ipvt morninir we were earlv awake and in its erection To bring the stones since the world stood Whero are tho at the window looking upon palm trees from tho quarries a cause waj sixty feet men who constructed it Their bodies in full glory of leafage and upon gar wide was built The top stones were gono to dust and even tho dust scatter Â¬ dons of fruits and ilowcrs at tho very lifted by machinery such as tho world ed Even the sarcophagus in which season when our homes far away are knows nothing of to day It is 710 feet tho Kings mummy may havo slept is canopied by bleak skies and the last each side of tho square base The empty Ho men dio but their work lives on leaf of the forest has gone down in the structure is 150 feet high higher than equinoctials the Cathedrals of Cologne Strasburg Wo aro all building pyramids not to Hut how enn I describe the thrill of Rouen St Peter and St Paul No last four thousand years but forty expectation for to day wc aro to see surprise to me that it was put at tho thousand forty million forty trillion what all the world has seen or wants head of the Seven Wonders of the forty quadrillion forty quintillion For to sec the Pyramids Wo arc mounted world It has a subterraneous room of a while we wield tho trowel or pound for an hour and a halfs ride We pass red granite called tho Kings cham- Â¬ with the hammer or mcasuro with tho on amid bazars stuffed with rugs and ber and another room called the yard stickor write with the pen or ex fabrics of all sorts Queens chamber and tho probabil periment with the scientific battery or carpets and curious from Smyrna from Algiers from Per- Â¬ ity is that there are other rooms yet plan with the brain and for a while sia from Turkey and through streets unexplored Tho evident design of the tho foot walks and the oyo sees and where wo moot people of all colors and architect was to make these rooms as tho car hears and the tongue speaks all garbs carts loaded with garden pro Â¬ inaccessible as possible After all tho All tho good words or bad words ductions priests in gowns women in work of exploration and all the digging wo bpeak aro spread out into ono black veils Pedouins in long and seem- nnd blasting if you would enter these layer for a pyramid All tho kind ingly superfluous apparel Janissaries subterraneous rooms you must go deeds or malevolent deeds wo do aro in jacket of embroidered gold out and through a passage only three feet spread out into another layer All tho on toward the great pyramid for eleven inches high and less than four Christian or unchristian example wo though there arc sixty nine pyramids feet wide A sarcophagus of red gran- Â¬ set is spread out in another layer All still standing tho pyramid of Oizah is ite stands down under this mountain of tho indirect influences of our lives aro Then tho the monarch of pyramids Wo meet masonry Tho sarcophagus could not spread out in another layer put down load and have been carried in after the pyramids time soon comes when wo camels grunting under their sec buffaloes on cither side browsing in woro built It must have boon put tho implement of toil and pass away pasture fields Tho road wo travel thero beforo tho structuro was reared but tho pyramid stands Tho twen down is for part of the way under clumps of Probably in that sarcophagus onco lay tieth century will not rock Ittho ono of sycamore a wooden coffin containing a dead king nor the thirtieth century nor acacia and by long rows Tho earthquake and tamarisk-- but after awhile it is a but time has destroyed tho coflin and hundredth century this world to pieces will not path of rock and sand and we find we destroyed tJie last vestige of human that rocks You have reached the margin of the desert remains For thrco thousand years this stop our influence for good or evil wo cry out sepulchral room was unopened and modestly say That is truo in regard to the great Sahara desert and and to tho dragoman as we see a huge pile would have been until to day probably tho great workers for rood or evil Tal geniuses Mlltonian or ima gigantic Dragoman unopened had not a superstitious of rock looming in sight His answer is Tho pression got abroad that the heart of leyrandian but not of me for I live and what is that pyramid and then it seemed as if we the pyramid was tilled with silver and work on a small scale My hearers remember that those were living a century every minute gold and diamonds and under Al Ma were common Our thoughts and emotions were too moun an excavating party went to who built tho pyramidsthem could lift Not ono of workmen rapid and intenso for utterance and we work and having bored nnd blasted a dozen of It ride on in silence until we come to tho through a hundred feet of rock they those great stonesstone took others just and foot of the pyramid spoken of in the found no opening ahead and were them to lift ono clicking it on tho hard wielded text the oldest slructuro in all the about to give up the attempt when tho edgo or a trowel tji mortar between smoothing years oM at least Hero it workmen heard a stone roll down into earth 4000 seemingly hollow place and encour the layers Ono hundred thousand men is Wo stand under the shadow of a a If elevations structure that shuts out all the earth aged by that thoy resumed their work tolled on those subllmo granite blocks that I just tind all the sky and wo look up and and camo into tho underground rooms ono of those my feet on this December strain our vision to appreciate the dis Tho disappointment of tho workmen touch with ISSN as tho two Arabs pull all tant top and aro overwhelmed while in finding tho sarcophagus empty ofwas morning in two other Arabs push me mo and tho gold and precious stones silver and we cry Tho pyramid Tho pyramid morning with the so great that they would havo assassin- could speak out and toll its history it I had started that Tho place of my nativity say determination of ascending tho pyra- ated Al Mninoun who employed them would of part of tho was down in tho great stono quarry be- mid One of my chief objects in going had ho not hid in another Then they Mokattam or to Egypt was not only to sec the base pyramid as much silver and gold as gnn to boroAssawan at my Bides and to stand wordd pay them for thoir work at ordia of thatgrana tic wonder but then to drive down grcnt iron on the top of it Yet tho nearer I came ary rate of wages and induced them wedges crushing against mo till tho to their surprise to this eternity in stone the more my there to dig till they compensation whole quarry quaked and thundered Â¬ nmno unon aitonuato determination was shaken It3 altiof then I was pried out with crow bars I wonder not that this mountain tude to mo was simply appalling A of men putting thoir to mo a limestone and red granlto has been the and levers scores great height has always been of scientists of weight on tho leverage Then chains most dlsagreeablo sensation As wo fascination of scholarsin all ages Sir wero put around mo and I was hoisted dismounted at tho base of tho pyramid intelligent Christians wheels that groaned under tho said he I said Others may go up it but not I John Ilerschel the astronomer signifi with weight and many workmen had their I will satisfy myself with a view from thought it had astronomical who accompanied hands on tho cranks and turned until the base Tho ascent of it would bo to cance Tho wise men Egypt went into their muscles on their arms stood out me a foolhardy undertaking Hut after Napoleons army into In in ridges and tho sweat rolled irom cturiv n tho nvrnmid I had given up nil idea of asconding I Thou I was lived in their dusky foreheads his wife found my daughter was determined to go 1S05 Prof Smyth and by the pyramid drawn by long teams of oxen yoke afand I could not lot her go with strangers tho empty tombs near continuously as ter yoke yoke after yoke Then I was and I changed my mind and wo started that they might bo as pyramid which put on an inclined piano and hauled with guides It can not be done with posslblo close to tho tub pyrauvu upward and how many Iron tools and out theso helpers Two or thrco limes thoy wero investigatingyears ago being how many beasts of burden wero em foolhardy men havo attempted it alone built moro than 4000 figure wiso men ployed to get mo to this placo no one but their bodies camo tumbling down a complete geometrical must havo btcn di- ean toll Then I had to bo measured unrecognizable and lifeless Eachporson havu concluded it Men came through and squarod and compassed and fitted si- Â¬ in our party had two or three guides or vinely constructed in beforo I was left hero io do my helpers Ono of them unrolled his turban thousands of years to fino architecture lent work of thousands of years God to painting but this and tied it around my waist and ho held to music start and only knows how mnuy hands wero the other end of tho turban as a matter was perfect at tho worlds astrono-Â¬ busied in getting mo from my gcologl All of safety Many of tho blocks of stono God must have directed It In tho quarry to this enand goomotrlcians and scientists cal cradlo of Innuroorablo nges My are four or fivo feet high and boyond mers iuuiuu thronement any ordinary human strido unless as Â¬ say that it was sclentmcauy aim scienco hearers that is tho autoblograpy of ono before sisted But two Arabs to pull and matlcally constructed born 1 rom the block of tho pyramid Cheops didnt nttnnnHoR worn i two Arabs to push I found myself rap from Its build the pyramid Some boss mason idly ascending from height to height inscriptions on tho pyramid of tho in tho worlds twilight didnt build the points and proportions from tho ts and on to nltltudes torrlfic trctre pyramid Ono hundred thousand men in t last on the tip top wo found compass recognized in which its tunnels built it and perhaps from first to last thousand men So with ourselves on a level space about from tho directions tho relative position of the two hundred thirty feet square Through clearest run from compose it scientists Chris Â¬ the pyramids now rising pyramids of atmosphere wo looked off upon tho des- Â¬ blocks that demonstrated ovil or pyramids of good The pyramid ert and off upon tho winding Nile and tians and infidels have eTer since the planned this pyra- - of drunkenness rising drunk on wine off upon the Sphinx with its features that the being who when Noah got known the worlds time i of everlasting stone and yonder upon there was at his time each a and that its motion was rc although the minarets of Cairo gllttorlng in tho sphericity superabundance rt water AllUtesa now many miles it waslndi n and yonder upon Memphis in and how looniaU of the ages adding their layers araeter and circumference and knew of ale tasks and wine pitchers and w ruins anJ off upon the wreck of empires weighs overshadows tn nd the battle fields of aees a radius mwy ton the world the pyr point la the heaven eerUln jnes until o tUw enough to fill the mind and wht onttro being Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- THE PYEAMIDS fthock rises layers of human skulls piled and skulls on top or miman other mountains of human bones to whiten tho peaks rcaohlng Into tho heavens hundreds of thousands of people aro building that pyramid So with the pyramid of rightoousnoss Multitudes of hands are tolling on tho steps hands infantile hands octogo nnrlun mnsuulino hands fcmalo hands strong hands weak hands Somo clang Â¬ ing a trowel somo pulling a ropo somo measuring tho sides Layers of psalm books on top of layers of sermons Layers of prayers on top of layers of holy sacrifice And hundrods of thou Â¬ sands coming down to sloop thoir last sleep but other hundreds of thousands going up to take thoir places and tho pyramids will continue to rlso until tho millennial morning gilds tho com- Â¬ pleted works nnd tho toilers on those heights shall tako oil their aprons and throw down thoir trowols crying It is finished Your business and mlno Is not to build a pyramid but to bo ono of tho hundreds of thousands who shall ring a trowel or pull a rope or turn tho crank of a derrick or cry Yo heavo whilo lifting anotlior block to Its eleva tions Though It bo seemingly a small work and a brief work It Is a work that will last forever In the last day many a man and woman whoso work has never been recognized on earth will como to a special honor Tho Ecumen ical Council now in session at Wash- Â¬ ington its delegates tho honored repÂ¬ resentatives of f0000000 Methodists in all parts of tho earth will at every session do honor to tho memory of John Wesloybut I wonder If any of them will think to twist a garland for the memo ry of humblo Peter Holder tho Mora-Â¬ vian who brought John Wesley into tho Kingdom of God 1 rojoicothat all tho thousands who havo been toiling on tho pyramid of righteousness will at Inst bo recognized and rowarded tho mother who brought her children to Christ the Sabbath teacher who brought her class to tho knowledge of tho truth tho unpretending man who saved a soul Then the trowel will bo moro honored than the scepter As a great battle was going on tho soldiers were ordered to tho front and a sick man jumped out of an ambulanco In which he was 1 elng carried to tho hos pital Tho surgeon asked him what ho meant by getting out of tho ambulanco when he was sick and almost ready to Doctor I die Tho soldier answered am going to tho front I had rather Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ great S ihara desert of desolated homes and broken hearts and destroyed ctoin And as tho pyramid still ltles J NOtfM MOTJRsV OAMFTOX S COMBS EX 4 rV rnonurre retBoetfaUy telioltad The patroBSfe ef the kavsMaf If Table the fe4M very attentiea fer tha eettfert of pMfftfc WITH TUBED KELLAM M apl8ly S TIMMONDS Wholesale Grocers PORTSMOUTH O 25 PER WEEK SALARY Good Agents to bell own Wanted General line of merchandise N peddling Above salary will bi paid to live agents for thkil information addrbm CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO 178 W Van Huron St OmoAOO MATLOOK III HENRY vrrrn CO MCMILLAN HAZEN WHOLESALE BOOTS AND SHOES KNOXVILLE TENN Tho nbove goods are handled by CO Ilaiol Green Ky Y J1 fiMliira ANP MARKS BROS MARKS NQ9 131 138 RACE STREET CINCINNATI 0 THE KRUSE S BAHLHAN Â¬ HARDWARE -- COMPANY Â¬ dio on tho field than dio in an ambu11 15 and 17 West Pearl Stroet Thank God if wo can not do lance much we can do little CINCINNATI O Further carrying out the Idea of my text tho pyramid is a sign and a wit Â¬ ness that big tombstones aro not tho cm Tho wholesale rndo of best way of keeping onos self affection tuoky Is respectfully solicited Eastern Keai This pyramid and ately remembered tho sixty nino othor pyramids still Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ a TIIE standing were built for sepulehors all great pile of granlto and llmestono this by which wo stand to day to cover tho memory of a dead king It was tho groat Wesminstcr Abbey of tho anSomo say that Cheops was tho cients king who built this pyramid but it is G0MPANY9 uncertain Who was Cheops anyhow All that tho world knows about him Tho Wholesale Dry Goods could bo told in a few sentences Notions only thing certain is that ho was bad and that ho shut up tho temples of worship nnd that ho was haled so that 101 103 and 105 W Fourth Street tho Egyptians wero glad when ho was dead This pyramid of rock soVon hun QINCINNATI 0 South Side dred and forty feet each side of tho squaro baso and four hundred and fifty feet high wins for him no respect If a bono of his arm or foot had been found In the sarcophagus beneath tho pyramid It would havo excited no more veneration than the skeleton of a camol blenching on tho Libyan desert yen less veneration for when I saw tho car Â¬ cass of a camul by tho roadside on tho way to Memphis I said to myself Poor thing I wonder of what It GEO Â¬ W MAIPIN Â¬ GROSSMAN CO Â¬ SCHLEUTKBR Saddlery and Harness Nos 74 and 70 Main Street died Â¬ fi Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I ild Wo say nothing against tho marble or tho bronzo of tho necropolis Let all that sculpture and iloresccnco and arborcsconcc can do for tho places of tho dead bo done if means will allow it Hut if after ono is dead thero nothing left to romlnd tho world of him but somo pieces of stono thero is but llttlo use Somo of tho finest monu ments aro over people who amounted to nothing while thoy lived whilo somo of tho worthiest men and women havo not had abovo thorn a stono big onough to toll thoir name Joshua tho greatost warrior tho world over saw no mon- Â¬ ument Moses tho greatest lawyor that over lived no monument Paul tho greatest preacher that ovor lived tho Sav- Â¬ Christ no monument and tho rap Â¬ iour of tho world A ture of Heaven no monument pyramid over scoundrelly Cheops but only a shlnglo with a lcad poncll opl taph over many a good mans grave Somo of tho finest obituaries havo been printed about tho worst rascals To- Â¬ day at Hrussols there is a pyramid o flowers on tho grave of Houl anger the notorious libertine Yet it is natural to want to bo remembered The famous English physician Sir Edward Qualn when quite a young man was placed In temporary charge of a patient and full of the weight of his unaccustomed responsibility his countenance grew longer and longer When he was leaving one day th ladys husband followed him I greatÂ¬ ly appreciate the anxiety yon feel for he whlierd tot ray poor wife do Vt let her see it aa4n for after ye kJ ltft the roots she asks me If yo the vaderUKer Â¬ CINCINNATI O QVS MEYER VITII WMKEKEG0 o jonnens in o Hardware Agricultural liripltmints OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS MALTA PLOW8 FOSTER STOVJ6CO COOKS MILLS EVAPORATOR CTIAMPION REAPERS 4 MOWERS STODDARD AND ACME HARROWS DOORS AND bA8II A 8PEOIALTY No 110 it 112 Second Street IRONTON OHIO 91y DO YOU WANT TO SAVJI FROM 25 to 60 CENTS ON EVERT DOLLAR YOU SPEND Ir o wrm 70s our MANWAort the United Statrb atILLttfTBATJeWI 10000 CONTAINING ILLU8TRATIONI AND PftXNM Oy EVERYTHING UANTjyACTURWB I ERB PRIOKi OATALOdTXI ALL LINKS KEFRMENTED MAILED FREE ON APPLICATION Illustrated Catalogue CHICAGO GENEKAL SUPPLY Of No 17 West Va Burei fa CHICAGO ILL Address I Weee r d 0m yt riutt ealr mm ft rm inninnj ft ue on m v o yvjfc r Hazel Geebn Hejrald -- MORGAN COUNTY SPENCER COOLER - - - Editor Kiel Involution D hiiI I have icturncd from tfle Alliance State meeting Miss Matilda who has been Assistant Stato ecrotnry is now elected Iwth Secretary tiud Treasurer for tho ensuing year She is a strictly busi- liens Judy and we congratulate her upon hef proferment Samuel Bnyes and wife left last week to visit relative in Illinois and if satis fled with tho country will probably locate there in tho near future Died on tho 12th Inst Alexander Crcekbaum He had been in fecblo health for somo years J T Nickell last week sold his farm to Richard Nickell for G00 Our County Attorney S J Salycrs was in town last week D W Vest and wife are visiting in Montgomery county Â¬ P Davis and Miss Matilda Quick I 2148 GitizensNotionalBaiik WINCHESTER KENTUCKY PAID UP CAPITAL HAZEL GREEN KY Friday Dr - Nov 20 1891 mm BRIEF EDITORIALS AND NEW8 NOTES GuonoK 0 MoParland formerly Fayottb county this State and the of brother-in-laof our bettor l has juBt been mado Superintendent of Oak Lawn Retreat for tho insane and all diseases This of tho nerves at Jacksonville 111 is tho largest institution of tho kind in America owned by ono man and wo congratulato Dr MoParlani upon his Oak Lawn Retreat was proferment founded by his father Dr Andiikw MoFarland a well known authority on all noryous diseases and an expert in Dr Annie II Mo cases of lunacy Parland a daughter of tho present Superintendent has charge of tho female department w 1 iii Ak 17500000 WASH MILLER PRESIDENT Nov 10 Blurt S W WILLIS VICE PRESIDENT Fc Sore Tjiiioat Saturate a flannel bandage with Chamberlains Pain Balm and bind it on tho throat It will euro any ordinary caso in ono nights time For salo by Rose Swango WASHINGTON LETTER r Boston Globo recently contained an elaborate editorial nominating Gov Russell as the Democratic candldato for President in 1892 Tho Globo may continuo to rustle on that lino but tho indications now are that the ticket will bo Cleveland Boies and tho boys in will contond for their tho trenches nomination unless indeed a more suita Â¬ ble man can bo named for second place Mr Cleveland is tho choico of tho masses for first plnco now and tho closer wo como to tho campaign year the more will tho people clamor for him The lican Convention next vear which will be decided by the National Republican R 0 Nuckols tho Cashier of tho Committee in this city on the 23rd inst Morcor National Bank at Harrodsburg is growing decidedly interesting Among Ky who disappeared so mysteriously the cities contesting are Chicago Omaha Minneapolis Cincinnati Tacoma San somo timo ago has beeu discovered in Francisco Now York and Philadelphia ho is living under tho Mexico whero and thn friends of each now in this city Nevertheless it will be remem Â¬ express confidence of securing the Conname of Brown When he Nuckols Court Â¬ Mr Harrison is said to favor to tho Board of Directors theyll plump bered that tho position taken by tho gov- vention ernment in the beginning of this case Minneapolis or Omaha him from taw that the Supreme Court had no authority tho original motion for leave to The Governors ball at tho Phoenix to entertain file a petition for a writ of prohibition Hotel Lexington on Friday night last was overruled During tho arguments is said to havo been one of the grandest tho court room was daily crowded with social events that over occurred in that eminent constitutional lawyers from all city Gov Brown and wifo and their sections of this country set by the Su- Â¬ November 30 has been three daughters woro in attendance and premo Court as tho day to argue tho case all of tho elito of Lexington was fully repre involving the constitutionality of tho Â¬ McKinlev tariff act and the caso involvsented liver ing the right of the Speaker of the Houso bowels The British barque Gylfe Capt Wil of Representatives to count a quorum These cases although brought in tho son 984 tons from Quebec on Oct 1 namo of business firms are regarded as for Liverpool loaded with timber lias political but that docs not lessen tho been wrecked at Court on Machor Mac importance of the decisions in fact sherry Bay near Khunlo Cork Tho it rather adds to it If the Supremo wreck occurred on tho 13th and tho crew Court shall hold that Speaker Reed hadÂ¬ tho authority to count a quorum whennumbered 13 eight of whom wcro lost ever enough members were in tho House whether tiioy answered to their names or A reah END collision between freight not it will be a death blow to that stylo family trains on tho St Louis and San Francisco of filibustering Representatives Mills McMillan By road caused tho death of Engineer T M Smith and Conductor N J Jones num and Springer all candidates forÂ¬ Lowell ready to conarc on the Brake man Musick was seriously injured Speaker unpledged ground Congressmen as they vert tho and fifteen cars and tho locomotive were arrive but as yet none of them are over- Â¬ worked For some reason probably bo badly wrecked eauso they know of the prcsenco ot tho Gov Bouts majority over Wheeler candidates and their friends tho Repre Â¬ for Governor of Iowa is 8200 Ho is sentatives arc slow in arriving This impossible to say ono of tho Boies to tie to The other slate of afiairs makes it tho candidates fs whether any ono of Democratic candidates elected are Bist making more headway than his competi Â¬ H iSS Lieutenant Governor Kinnes tors All of them continue to express OW Judge and Deys Railroad Commission Â¬ eonfidonco of election and to hear tho friomls of any ono of them you would er supposo that everything was already set Â¬ ono namo wouid bo The Knights of Labor havo adopted tled and that only caucus Mr Mills mentioned in tho BSP2flPCTSJH22fiSjSx resolutions looking to a settlement of statement that he has made no pledges their differences with tho Federation of and that ho should make none is calcu Â¬ 4HBjSHREBSBSMHdMB9KcJBvVVA Sp52TKrWS3Sg2glffvyuK3RaP Labor If this action bo accepted by lated to mako new friends wSm The first week in October 1892 is the tho Federation it will result in the prac- Â¬ time set for tho National encampment of tical union of 600000 laboring men Nearly forty PH tho G A n in this city IbbI posts havo already engaged quarters for of Florida has I 1 1 1 1 Â¬ No caso argued before tho Supreme court for years has had such an impor tant bearing upon tho fundamental principles of this government as the Say ward case involving tho jurisdiction of the United States over Bchring Sea The arguments were concluded this week but it will probably bo some timo beforo a decision is announced as the principles involved are of too much importance to bo decided without the most considera tion on tho part of the eminent gentle Â¬ men who composo what has been most appropriately called tho greatest tribu- Â¬ nal in the world It involves nothing less than a construction of tho constitu- Â¬ tional authority conferred upon the three co ordinate branches of our government executive legislative and judicial To tho ordinary mtud it appears that tho position taken by the Attorney General as tho representative of tho executive branch of the government is the correct one Ho argued that tho question of the jurisdiction of the United States over L3 1 iwumig cxiu wiiHuiuiruiy puiuicui uiiu us such it was proper and constitutional that it should bo determined by the President and that such decision on tho part of the President being merely tho performance of his constitutional func- Â¬ tions cannot bo reversed by tho Supremo Â¬ Â¬ Washinoton Nov 13 1891 A H HAMPTON 0mlSBsMv Ti ivHullrrllrtogrT hai hi B j Bulr 1 Hi ILI i m M b CASHIER ii iKacoqiti iT xrrrmaaaai vswwir 1 CTimiiarawjTTTTjmiurti J W ASST POTHTER CASHIER Has ample facilities for doing a general banking business So- Â¬ licits deposits makes collections gives prompt and careful attention to all business entrust- Â¬ ed to it and extends to its 5roii5araraiggatg customers the most liberal JT accommonations consistent with correct banking business Â¬ Do You Need Money If bo vou can get something better than dollars from us The completion of tho K U R R to Jackson bos cut us oft from a large wholesale trade heretofore had by us in several counties east and left on our hands an immense stock of goods which we are compelled to unload and in order to do so wo are determined to make prices do the work prices which will make our patrons happy and mako competition howl We offer to Country Merchants extra inducements and guar- Â¬ antee lo them lower prices than they ever got before We are overstocked and must unload Remember we will duplicate any bill with freights added either Wo are now rewholesale or retail east or west north or south up hill or down ceiving such lines bought for cash at bottom bargains as will fill every depart- Â¬ ment New fresh seasonable choico and cheap We can astonish you with Â¬ For Bilious Attacks heartburn sick headache and disorders the stomach and are the Â¬ Â¬ Ayers Cathartic Pills and most popular medicine for use Dr J C Ayer Co Mass safest surest covered with goods nt half prices As the prices we namo merely give us a chance to get our money out of the goods wo cannot afford credit Goods will be sold for cash only or country produce live stock and school claims taken in exchange Wo havo 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- Pictures and Frames etc etc Miss Rawlings is a thoroughly competent lilliner and Dress Maker and we offer you a City Stock to select fiom You can get as fino and stylish Millinery and Dresses here as anywhere and at the very lowest prices Yours etc JT T X HAZEL GREEN AY cfc OO t KENTUCKY TSfis7l Tho Largest Drug Houso in the Ohio Valley Manufacturers of 228 REMEDIES that are Sold by the Dozen 16000 Square Feet of Floor Room 28 Hands Employed d frfrfrfrAfrm proprietors of the famous Tlie only remedy that is sold on an abso X Jlute guarantee to cure nil Pains nnd Aches Cramps and Colie Riurrhren Dys ocntery etc Used internally and exter 5 aiiallv The hest Liniment in the world X PItICK 25 CENTO WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING DRUGGISTS ky CATLETTSBURG X X NERVE KING x For the permanent cure of Pains in thei Back and all disorders of the Kidneysi sand Urinary Urcans Thousands of cer- tificntes of those who have used this will he sent on application PRICE 100 oofrfrmodoofro uiNnnn umurvrnoniAi Sole proprietors of the reiiowiiedtSSx I ricdy 9 jjSfFoii Sale ky Dituo Stores and Country Stores Everywhere 6frfrfr0ect4ooo4o46 The Supremo Court IISRSfPHB9vSrS9 WOOD Office DAY f a 1 11 V DAY t wood ATTORNEYS AT LAW over Exchange Hank commanded tho Secretary of State to attach tho Governors signature to the ap Â¬ pointment of R M Davidson as U S Sonalor to succeed Senator Call re elected by tho Legislature Â¬ i and Governor havo each named Thursday tho Brown So it 26tU Inst as Thanksgiving Day is now in order to proparo tho fatted gobbler for tho feast Let all glvo thanks President Harrison the encampment Tho administration certainly adopted a queer way of informing tho public that an agreement had boon reached as to tho questions to bo arbitrated growing out of our dispute with Great Britain about our rights in Behring Sea for it is cer- Â¬ tain that tho statement that such an agreement hud been mado and only k 11 KENTUCKY Mnysville St Jit Sterling Ky Praclieo in Montgomery Powell Menifee 26 PROFESSORS and INSTRUCTORS Wolfe Hreatoitt llowau Magoiliu anil Mor gan counties and Superior Court and Court Agricultural Soientiflo Engineering of Appeals Olassioal Normal School Academio Â¬ 1 1 ilOF O JEWELRY HEAR MGSTAFF Commercial and Military Courses of stuay o- - V Dan OConner h former employo of the Nowport News and Mississippi Val ley Railroad has been arrested upon tho charge of attempting to wreck trains of the road Â¬ the well known com dlftH is reported to bo dying of pucu atf th Continental Hotel Phila KtoNi W J Florence delphia - Tmk Oity ftHiMK 2 v -iM t Lxlni ton Ky i awaited tho ratification of tho Senate to Watches retailed at wholesale prices MT STERLING KY go into effect would not havo beeu made Cull or write for anything in the by Solicitor General Tuft in his argu Praetieo in the courts of Montgomery and ment before the Supremo Court in tho adjoining counties and in tho Court of Ap LINE Say ward case and confirmed by Attorney peals and Federal Courts General Miller if it had not been previ Â¬ Established quarter ol a century Every T II BENNETT thing fully guaranteed ously decided upon by tho administra Â¬ tion Tho nature of tho agreement or rather treaty is still a State secret but CO JOIUIEUS OF dollars to ginger cakes that it will bo found out beforo the Senate acts upon it NO 8 NOIITH UlIKK Stkkkt Hals Caps Gloves Straw Goods Tho rumors from Braril continue to bo LEXINGTON KY AND UMBRELLAS extromoly disquieting to those who aro pun rffMTif p n s V Paivt St in any way interest the commerce A MOS DAVIS JtX with that country under tho reciprocity with KOI HOTEL Onieliil nftwn there i ftgrromont WEST LIBERTY KY to noius ami the little that la received is Manufacturers of only Hilda to the i uuiunxirumt whioh S V CECIL lit FnoiMtiKTon xnxtety Ha it hIjdWh that the powers tlmt m lb in tlit country ro in wipie way This new hotel has just been opened for 0 W Vrl street Cincinnati O irvtiuuiK vue ecnuing oov oi nows coy-the reception of guests Fareexoellent ood trlnjt Ue ttliou sample rooms livery stable in eoiineetion - TImj trujcnI for the Nutioaal Kopub- ireRdqiiHitersHi West Liberty Hy Jfc ltste reusuiiRblv huJS Â¬ Â¬ ATTORNEYS AT LAW COUNTY APPOINTEES Hoard in dormitory families 350 to 1 2 RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION Fall term begins Hwptomimr otii ihoi per week in private Eor Catalogue address ICY Mjjja JAS K LEXINGTON PATTERSON PhD Co Otis W Snycter yankieseip Co if E 7 STRAlERSfH Successors to J A Lui k man stukkt lkxington ky k AMiolesiile Dealers lii I nextBPTTMAN BROS Straight Kentucky Brandies Whiskies c OLOVSQS Wines FINE OLD WHISKY A SPECIALTY Tarr and Old Taylor rl QIGARS AND TOBACCO Arciih for Old Pogh Old FopperOlil Ttr V KWM VX A BW s- O M Ft Br i if i l ki I Pieuatt auctioneer furnishes H prBRTrr aTTsoltlns us with tho following partial list dT the Korn Kobs nt 5c apiece chewing tobacco property disposed of at Josh Dcliiuka sale Ins n lnrccr nnd Hrgothltt tliiin nil otlicr pa purs in lie on Thursday of last week Ayerb Sarsaparilla Its record of 40 Mr Dellusk State nntl merchants in Mt Sterling Win had IiIIIh printed Louisville nml Clncln at this ofllco announcing years is one of triumph over blood diseases chester Lcxig uutl will fmtl Utiik HK8T mkimum through the sale and attributes the good prices to Bargain hunter should bo sure and which to secure Mountain Trade thut fact AliVBKTlSlKU HATES 1 2 year old filly qq attend Wm Chambers sale on Stillwater j TRANRIKNT 1 horse 8l oo Saturday the 21st Inst Advertisements inserted for less than 3 1 yearling tolt C2 00 months will he 7ft cents an ineh for the first Have you taken a cold You can 1 and 25 cents an inch for each sub 62 00 insertion cure It promptly with Aycrs Cherry Pecto Â¬ 1 sequent insertion 60 00 ral It controls tho cough and Induces srAii Transirxt Advkktibino most 55 00 BB TAIU IN AOVANCB sleep 1 yoke of cattle 74 00 STANDING ADVKHTI8KMENT8 1 yearling heller 7 t0 1 inch 12 mouth 10 00 DkJ ATAULDREof this place reports 12 50 1 1 inches 7 00 the birth of a boy baby to the wife John M 15 00 3 inches 1 calfu 3 75 Wallis near town on the 13th Inst Leon IS 75 4 inches 22 00 Elmer h Inches 25 00 6 inches Total for live stock v 498 75 The residence of Wash Swango of Liberal rates on larger advertisements A set of blacksmith tools brought 47 and made known on application Maytown caught fire Wednesday morning Local notices to be interspersed among all of the farming implements broughtgood from a defective flue and burned to the reading matter 10 cents a line with a dis prices It pays to advertise ground count of 25 per cent where they run a month or more PEorLEwho wish to purchaso furni Next Sunday being tho regular day Obituaries tributes of tespect etc 3c a six words to the line and scud ture wall paper carpets curtains wood for services at tho Presbyterian Church iu line Count money with the manuscript We will write mantels or anything of the kind will do this place the pulpit will be occupied by obituaries and publish at 5 cents a line well to read the handsome new advertise Rev James M Little Marriage nnd death notices not exceeding ment of C P lirower Co which appears ten lines solicited nnd published purr Hose Swango this week received a 4rUlLL8 FOR RKOULAK ADVERTISING in this Issue of our paper No house In Kentucky can give such bargains No fine lot of boots and shoes and have been PAYABLE QUARTERLY ON DEMAND SPENCER COOPER Address house iu Kentucky carries such an cxteu selling them like hot cakes on a frosty morn Hazel Green Ky sive and varied assortment and at no simi ing It pnys to advertise lar establishment will customers meet with Use Halls Hair Renewer and retain such uniform courtesy Persons desiring W C Coldiron of this placo has to buy a suite of furniture or carpet for a contracted with a man named Henslcy to the natural color and beauty of the hair u Creek room or two save railroad and hotel put large lot of logs in Quicksand Elder J T Pieratt will preach nt fare by buying can this house and besides be in Breathitt county and had a forco of of Daysboro on Sunday at 10J4 oclock a m assured of getting the very best goods for hands and teams to leave for that place Wednesday morning Mrs John Davis of this place hna the least money Their house is at corner Samuel Craven of Montgomery is been visiting on White Oak in Morgan of Main and Broadway Lexington and you will miss It if you do not call upon them visiting his son J W Craven of this place county for several days past when iu that city The elder Mr Craven is one of the most Mrs A M Nickell and Miss Mary Mr Talbott who was here last week successful tobacco growers in his county Belle Sebastian of Daysboro were visiting quality of his proprospectiug for the establishing of a bank and we can vouch for the J n Evans and wife Sunday duct as Al having frequently smoked it He at this place left Friday morhing for his spend several days here Lum Pieratt of Maytown who has home at Owenton without having accom been quite sick is improving under treat- Â¬ plished his purpose A few of the enterOur old Accomac friend Fred Kcl- prising men of the town signified their will lam representing M ment of Dr J A Taulbee of this place S Timmonds of ingness to take stock but not enough to Portsmouth Ohio was a guest of the Day O C Wiremak recently of Campton make the enterprise a certainty Beside House Tuesday night and Wednesday and has located in our town and has charge of Mr Talbott is anxious to have the stock while here sold n handsome bill of grocerthe grinding department at the Hazel Green distributed as much as possible among the ies to Rose Swango of this place He Mills citizens in the country adjacent to Hazel left Wednesday evening for Campton Green and his a very The Herald will be sent to any ad- Â¬ such a scheme idea is Insure itsgood one as Mint King a man living on the head would permanent dress one year for two bushels of nice win- success That a bank is needed here and of Caney Creek in Morgan county was ter apples First come first served So needed badly there can be no question badly bruised about the breast and injured come along and the sooner our people realize the im- internally by a log rolling over him Monday Mrs 8 H Ireland of Owenton is portance of this fact the better will it be while sawing a house log on a hillside Our informant Gov Wilson who lives near visiting her daughter Mrs W II Cord at for the country King sayB he is in critical condition this place and will probably spend the win Jodge Swango and wife left Friday ter in Hazel Green for Frankfort where they will make their Cassell Price Lexington Ky home during the Judges term as Register oi carry the finest line of dress goods in that When a lady desires a piece of nice dress goods it pays to buy it at a place where the Land Office We arc not Informed as city A lady can take the morning train at they handle the best Cassell fc Price Lex to whether they will keep house or board Torrent do her shopping at Lexington and will evening return ington Ky is that place f but think it likely that they many board this she will on theby buying truin The Scmoney friends at winter at auy rate Their Price save of Cassell T Day and W O Mize left on the this place ure loth to part with them but will pay her fare and she will have art enhack Saturday morning for lit Sterling and Hazel Greens loss is Frankforts gain and joyable trip beside f Mr Day will prokaWy extend his trip to to the people of that city we can commend Miss Mollie Jackson of Lexington Cincinnati and lay in a fresh Btock of win- them The Swango family is smartly scattered Jimrale is attending Centre College and one of tho most accomplished musi ter goods Danville Charley Is in the office with his cians vocal and instrumental in the South D G Covins preached at the father and Mortic is attending school at arrived here Tuesday evening aud will soon Elder Christian Church Sunday and the meeting Kentucky University Lexington We organize a music class at the Academy has been continned at night during this meeting her have not had the pleasure of Logan Murthy under sentence of but Wild Bill of the hack line who was week with the result that several have been reclaimed death and James Crockett sent up for rob- her escort from Rothwcll to this place says bery both of whom are confined in the Mt she Is the finest lady that has traveled Prof Cord of Hazel Green Academy Sterling Jail on Tuesday of last week got withnie since I have been a conductor on tells us that his sehool is rapidly incrcaslug into a quarrel when Murphy cut Crockett the road Last week he had five new in six places inflicting dangerous wounds in attendance scholars and this week six more matricu- Murphy claims that Crockett attacked him WOLFE COUNTY lated Prof Cord is n bustler On the night before without provocation Campton Currency the difficulty Crockett set fire to his bed The Herald and the Cincinnati En- Â¬ clothes and his own clothing but the flames Douglas Evans paid Oklahoma Ky quirer weekly will be sent to any address were extinguished by help from the outside a pleasant visit one day last week for one year for the small sum of 180 Jailer Tipton says it was pure cussedness on J Harlan Stamper a merchant of Two first class papers for little more than part of Crockett the Torrent visited his family at this place Sat Â¬ the price of one Send your subscription urday to this office f W T Killgore formerly of Morgan Joseph C Lykins has gone to South counly writing us lrora Jonah Texas under Carolina on business aud will not return The Sentinel Democrat of last week You will please until January 5 says states that Dr J E Tanlbce of thut place date of Nov change ray paper from Georgetown Texas P M Popo and A D Smith of has been quite sick for several days threat know whether I Richmond Ky were guests of the Comba The Doctors many friends to Jonah Texas I dont ened with fever Bend you any sub House Friday night at this place unite with us in wishing him a am going to be able to this fall or not but I will try scribers M S Crain who is now running on recoyery speedy Times are very hard financially and money the K U R R as mail clerk made a flying that Walker Jamison Sheriffof Lee coun- is very scarce Cotton is so lowTexas people visit to this place a few days ago Is now not get pay for their labor ty last week received a telegram from the do Miss Rosa Bollo Byrd a charming suffering very much from a drouth Stock Marshal of Iowa Park Texas stating that belle of Campton visited relatives and Luke Tnllant who killed a man named Lu Â¬ water Is very scarce in many places friends in the Calaboose Saturday cas in Lee county last May bad been ar- Â¬ David Hogg and C O Williams Ladies of this section can buy the rested and placed in prison there George dress goods blankets cem who have been in Texas for a considerable Drake of this county has gone to bring finest cloaks Sunday night forts holiday goods etc to be found In the length of time came home him home Dr James H Stamper reports the State by a visit to the store of Cassell Born to the wife of Geo Spen18 W Main 8treet Lexington following AtiL who are acquainted with the gen Â¬ Price 10 and Btock is superior to anything cer on the 15th Inst a girl George son of tleman mentioned will endorse what the Ky Their Is very low with fever Palntsvlllo Paragraph says of him in the ever before shown In that city and the firm W F Elklns will bo satisfactory Miss Sarah Fulka daughter of N following II C Herndon left again lost assures us that the prices efficient Deputy Monday morning ibr an extended business to all purchasers They handle first class Folks and a sister of our sell strictly at one price Sheriff Kelly Fulks came home a few days trip through Morgan Carter Boyd and Law- Â¬ goods only and De sure and give them a trial f since from Torn nt where she has been vis rence counties Uncle Sam has very few to all Itlng for several weeks past better officials than Col Herndon A syndicate composed of tho follow There is some talk oi Prof A 1 Oapt Wm Linden of Leo City and ing gentlemen J n Pieratt H F Pieratt Byrd teaching a subscription school here his three nieces Misses Lizzie Rebecca and D B Rose Ii U Bwango w 1 owango uu this winter I have attended several schools Esther were visiting from Saturday till R D Motley have purchased the right of taught by Prof Byrd and will say wlthoat Tuesday at Judge Lindons on Cane Creek 27 counties for the sale of Claytons Ira fear of successful contradiction that he Is will be and at A H Hargis and other friends in proved Quilting Attachment and the best teacher that ever taught in this as their gin canvassing for orders as boou G T Center one of tho best Jackson town Everybody in this neighborhood is samples arrive As the article is a very use anxious for blm to teach business men in Eastern Kentucky was in will likely town Wedaesday and Thursday Jackson ful one to all househeepers they N E Randolph of Loxlngton Ky Bell a great many of them Hustler lectured at the Court nouse Saturday night Blue Grass Balldlng Day in J T Patrick Deputy Collector of Tnos Strono has sold to N BAlso a andthe Interest of the He sold several Loan Association Internal Revenue last week seized the dis Â¬ 8on 401 poplar trees at 2 each shares and organized a Lesal Board C C tillery of Col O C Line oh Johus Creek boundary of timber estimated to make 200 President G T Center Vise PresL in Floyd county together with four large 000 feet at lGKc per hundred Also 200 Hankt Kelley Falks Secretary aad Treas Â¬ barrels of brandy The brandy was con Â¬ 000 feet to 8pradllng Brewer at the safl dent A F Byrd Attorney DlrMr Dr Mr rate They take all poplar oak ash and urer cealed in an old stable la a cornfield H JHawper M F Hertea 8 8 Cswhe Patrick also recently captured half a down cucumber over 15 laehes la dlawete r TaU J N Hortoa A II Stawper a4 J C lots of brandy In Dreathitt county that had will be eat at their saw will oh the groaad H been made iu registered distilleries but had This Is better thaa selling the land at 5 per Flk SUFjput Jack Kav i set bees reported are JaektoH Hustler IT Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Green Hazel circulation in Herald Wolfe Morgan J Frr inr -- piBKXTT - enr t irT PIERATT H F PIERATT WOO dealers in LIVE STOCK fc COUNTRY PRODUCE Good People Play Progression Buy your goods whilo thoy aro cheap and now is the time and this is our reason OT ESTO more goods We want to buy i Dont you sec that is business We aro not in business merely for pleasure nor for health but for the profit and the way to make it profitable is to sell everybody And tho way to sell everybody is to sell cheaper than anybody And that is what we aro going to do for Cash or Country Pro-Â¬ duce 1 1 jjHBJWo havo extended tho Credit System until we are compelled to close our IP8W books and we respectfully ask those who owo ua to come In and pay part or all of your noto or account Trusting you will heed this wo remain CO H F PIERATT Very respectfully c JOHN M m H I ROSE Hose mmem wmosujansa HAZEL GREENt KENTUCKY DEALERS IN Swango the H O SWANGO M ill Â¬ Â¬ Carry a complete lino of Dry Goods Notions Ladies Dress Goods Gents Clothing Boots Shoes Hats Patent Medi- Â¬ cines Saddles Harness c and sell TOR CASH at prices All goods lower than ever before seen in Hazel Green guaranteed as represented or money refunded Hl tq Â¬ PUBLIC SALE On SATURDAY Nov 21 1891 I will sell to the highest and best Milder all of my personal property owit One Saddle Mare on 5 year old horse 0110 filly 2 years old Gold Dust and one colt Also tvro cows and calves one heiflnr und ten fat hogs 100 shocks Todder and three tons or hay Also all my farming tools and house and kitchen furniture aud fixtures Further I will sell my farm containing about ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY ACIIE8 price 800 G00 in cosh aud the balance In one year Terms of 8ale of tho Property One years time with good and approved security Halo Respect at ray residence on Stillwater WM H CHAM REUS fully Ac WINCHESTER BANK WINCHESTER KY N A St 1 Â¬ Â¬ n WITHER8POON President 11 D HUNTER Cashier Â¬ Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 it 41 i Â¬ J Â¬ J H PIERATT etrDnuble and Singlo Rigs and Saddle Horses for hire Parties convey ed to any point on reason This Rank solicits the accounts of mer Â¬ chants farmers traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and oilers its customers every facility aad the most liberal terms within the limits of legitimate banking ootl8ly 4 i Livery Feed and Sale Stable HAZEL GREEN KY HB fcOly Â¬ MAUPIN WITH D H CARPENTER j Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WHOLESALE DRY GOODS NOTIONS BOOTS SHOES Ac OATLETT8DURG KY able terms Â¬ will also attend to all calls for auctioneering aud solicit business of this kind fi Â¬ ONLY FOR A Respectfully Ac JOHN II PIERATT DECKER BROTHERS Â¬ CLARENDON THE Cor Limestone and Lexington Ky W H BOSWELL Piioprietor Short sta GRAND PIANO SUiSCWTOI AMD A YEAH 11 TO THE There has been added an Annex with 20 large well ventilated rooms Street Cars pass tho door every five minutes Located within two squares of depot WEEKLY ENQUIRER A Decker Bro Grand Uprlgkt Piano Mt Sterling Rational Bank MT STERLING KY A Gladiator Watch and Case A Lemaire 24 line Field Glaaa A Iloltnan Parallel Bible A Venice Parlor deck A High Grade Safety Bicycle Â¬ Cdpital 100000 Â¬ Â¬ An Elgin Watch and Bess Cat A Haydock Kice Coil Spriuf Handy Top B jgy f k Railway Watch in 14 Karat Caw 7500 LEWIS APPERSON Pkbjident ALtfe Scholarship in Watters 0w Commercial College f H R FRENCH Cabiiier A Six Octave Champion Organ 20000 Mountain business Is respectfully solicited A Doable Barrel Shot Gin 8000 with the assurance that we will treat every A Silverene Case 7 Jewel Watch 1000 customer fairly A High Arm Improved Sewing VaciiMG560 A 15 jewel Watca Bees Case 3594 A Five Octave Farler Organ 1500 A Gladiator Watch DteberCaie 5000 65000 3000 2000 1300 1200 12600 2500 MM Surplus 16650 mW 4 Traders Deposit Bank MT STERLING KY 200000 Â¬ A John 0 Dnetar Watck A Case 43W Capital J M Surpltjb 80000 And 82 other valuable premiums will bo presented to yearly subecribers of tho Weekly Enquirer in April 1892 We respectfully solicit the business of per farmers traders and business weH generally throughout Kastern Kentucky A what will be the number of subscribers general banking bttslness done Give ua a chance to send you a bank book pay your in the five largest lists received from checks and loan you raoney when in need Nov 1 01 to March 81 W W Thompson Cash For same term last chanto O L KIRKPATRICK Vice President W W THOMSON Cashier o niflSTAFF President Encloeo one dollar for a years sub- Â¬ scription to the Weekly Enquirer and GUESS Â¬ Trimble Bros WHOLESALE 2099 and the winter before was 1406 winter it was 1A t2 The premiums are to be presented to those whose guesses are eorrset or nearest oorreet For full list see Weekly Enquirer how the largest 12 page dollar a year paper in tke United GROCERS MT STERLING ENQUIRER COMPANY CINCINNATI O KY SGPMTS WKNTFn a4 It prCMHmm uy Sailed mhm1 Ik T awrmtf tt wUJtiif to wOtk OIIJUlMMIiMMt6llM jwiTT cnmom vwqy 7Hl 1 lC mmr lit JaHly ii liim or gmtitmm iwwi new t H n afct4mJgk si t t ii rtj ii a-- I V Is B It J v wrong that I havo done but I shall havo nothing left Tho two sides of tho ac- Â¬ count balance with an accuracy that is IPENCER COOPER PnblUhMr littlo short of miraculous But whon I have dono that I shall havo nothing HAZEL GREEN t I kY oorUlnly I shall havo noithor courage nor opportunity to bogin any lifo but tho dullest of salaried drudgory My fathor SWEETHEART Has alrorfdy boon too kind I could My sweetheart Is the dalatleat thinif alive not pormlt him to help mo Como 80 fair la sho It makes mo half afraid Alico Bay good byo Tho tlmo has cpmo XcfltaU unwitting some harsh touch of mine William Russoll I lmvo confossod to May mair her fragile form my winsome mala you tho most intlmato scorot of a 1 llvo In fear loot tomo rudo wandrlng wind womans hoart If you now toll mo that Her floating rlngloto may too roughly part your poverty must soparato us becauso I X trembto lest tho sun too warmly klsa If Tho check of her my dovo my doarcsthoartl am rich you do mo a dcop injustice your past has not boon all it should 1 Within her eyes thoro dwells a mystery at loast havo confldonoo in your future A depth unfathomed as I gazo and gaze and I nm willing to wait till It dovolops That drawoth forth my very soul from mo Leaving mo lost In wondorlng nmazo what I know lies in it 1 marvel much from what still socrot sourco Russoll was only a man and rather a Those fountains feed that look bo darkly woak ono af tor all as has appeared IIo door was not proof against tho beauty and Yet limpid as a mountain stream at dawn Ho took Whcro unborn thunders llo and lightnings tho lovo of this swcot girl sleep hor In his arms with a tondornoss Hazel Green Herald I At touch of her soft hand my hoart loaps forth Ah It would hurst Its narrow prison bars I did not dream suoh wo tilth of tondornoss Could dwell In hourts thin sldo tho twinkling ntnra For my swoothonrt is now my lovo Is now This lovo of all my llfo tho dourest part Bcnrco has sho tried to fashion words but sho Learned first to say Im mammas own Hwoothonrt O winds blow softly O that you chill hor not sunbeams touch with oaro that perfect facol O flowers and birds como hlthor ono andjtll If you would learn somo now moroiTwltch j ipggrncol i Ah ran you wondor that I llvo In fonr Lest Bcolng hor tho onviouH heavens port And ttiUo her in hor loveliness from mo My rarest fairost blossom Swcot my Hoart Harriot Francis Garvin In HouBokcopor I and kissod away hor toars though ho did not conflno his attontlon wholly to tho sourco of thorn I daro not ask you to wait said ho roloaslng hor at last I can not And a hopo to sharo with you I can plead no 1 moro than my most deep sincerity only such endeavor as my can promlso woakness has often mado to fall though novor with such Inspiration ns has como to mo in your lovo CHAPTER XVI THE END OP UOimOWEI VKAUS that rovoronco oxaotcd of passion PiMH we m urnIjjoJiUPMH it n m if i CHAITEK XV ms mXMw ItiBall jey been tho ono cloar certainty in a myriad of chimoras It has boon tho influonco that has kopt tho littlo good in nloallvo to fight its lost battlo with If I had not loved you 1 tho ovil fihould havo como horo to day and naked you In sot phrases to bo my wlfo I should lmvo counterfeited tho emotion which I am now struggling to suppress I should lmvo mot no doubt tho contempt which 1 dosorved but which 1 hopo to oscapo by asking you no moro than to bid mo a fair good bye and to think of mo as trying to dosorvo tho vory small sharo In your kindly -cniombrnnoo which is all I daro to aopo for Continoei tho truth I know It lias It was May again Russoll had spont flomodays in putting his ailalrs in order And now ho had paid his last loan nnd had cojiio to tho ond of such business ns had occupied him IIo had no prospects no monoy nothing to do IIo found himself by chnnco ut noon upon tho vory spot whoro ho Had stood and thought for tho first tlmo that a lifo of activity in tho pursuit of monoy might havo somo interest Ho had tried it Tho two years ho had asked for had been woro undod It granted was tho twelfth of May IIo had talton from tho interview with Alico somo fresh hopes which luid all faded now Courago to renow tho bat- Â¬ tlo would not como at his call IIo oven meditated ending it by his own hand as ho had thought of doing two years be- Â¬ fore As to his lovo ho was filled with tho lnsano idea that that too had boon lont to him and had gono with thoyears boyond recall IIo stood In a doorway looking out upon Wall Btrcot but seeing nothing of tho hurrying throng until at last ho was conscious that ono faco not moving liko tho others but Btanding immovably was growing clear upon his vision out oftho gonoralcon fusion IIo looked again it was tho faco of Walter Jlrown Thoro could bo no doubt about it tho wanderer had roturned returned from him-and-the- Â¬ I3 I Alico had presdrvod tho somblanco of compostiro during most of this converÂ¬ sation but thoro is something in tho word ifgood liyo whioh strikbs straight at a womans heart if sho loves And Alico loVed Kussoll Thoro will bo no wydtorjj with tho reader on that paint Slio saw tho serious purposo in his looks Nvpdf tho toars blhdodhor oyos Sho ink into a chair and covorcd hor faoo Ilussoll saw tho sign nnd ho was ovor wholmod with constornation r j jI ant a bruto to have griayod you so I was a madman j ho exclaimed tbdmvo como ljprontall bringing my hilsorablostory of woakness and irreso tition to your oars IIo began to paoo tho room but as ho approached tho door sho looked up JUIBSEtl JIKHK8 MV OlipCK Oh plcaso not yot I hastily orylng liavo much moro to say tho gravo it alreost seemed for months Alice what do thoso toars moan Is had paused since Russoll had bollovcd It posslblo that you havo thrown away him doad Yot thoro ho stood talking your hoart upon so poor a croaturo as I with an acquaintance whom ho had am stopped at tho edgo of tho pavomont Dont talk so of yourself It is pos Â¬ I can not nioot him I can not look slblo It lias boon truo I cant say him in tho faco murmured Russoll and how long and I thought ho turned hastily to loso himsolf in tho Ilussoll groaned aloud crowd IIo noarly ran into tho arms of If thoro woro any posaiblo atone Â¬ GllbortRay ment but what can I do I could prom- Hold on my boy said tho man of 01X1 2 mm kn exolaimed Dear old follow why dont you speak to me Do you Â¬ think Im a ghost That scorns to be tho provalling impression among tho mon Ivo mot to day It all grows out of tho fact that thoro was another Waltor Rrown with tho company but ho had a to day Do you romombor your fathor by middlo namo whioh I havonL It scorns My fathor Bald Russoll startled cho papors omitted to stato it 1 can scarcoly say I do tho question I cant look yon in tho face said Ho died whon I was a littlo boy I havo boon falso to you Woll I romombor him I know him Russoll does ho moan asked Urown What horo In this olty Ho was a good man hut not too sharp In business IIo had turning in surpriso to Ray IIo means that ho hus boon falling accumulated somo money but ho lost In lovo with my daughter said Ray most of It at tho last I folt dryly I know that said Russoll Brown laughed tho oiTeots of it during my boyhood Consolo yoursolf my good friond bring- Â¬ What ho loft sufllccd only for my up and for such education as I ho said prosslng Russells hand again ing I was married in Capo Town to tho havo Did you that is you didnt aotually awootost woman in tho world the end want for any thing asked Ray moving uneasily in his chair whllo ho regarded tho young man anxiously MUSIC OF THE ANCIENTS No I had food and clothes and sholter Tho things I wanted no monoy In All Probability It Was Moro Powerful Than Ueuutlful could supply Thoy woro ideals far too Tho works of tho Grcok poets and high for mo philosophers nro full of allusions to tho Ray seemed reUoved Tho truth is said ho that if your beauty and power of music Tho fathor hadnt known mo ho might havo Scriptures also laud tho divino art kopt his monoy Now dontbo alarmed Nevertheless it is moro than probablo Wo woro on that music was crude und barbaric even I didnt oxactly rob him Ono rather con- Â¬ opposlto sides of a littlo business affair in ancient Jerusalem I was going vincing proof of this is found In tho Ono of us had to go down up just at that tlmo persistently going constant desire of the ancients to bring up and nothing could stop mo IIo had a vast bodies of musicians together Play strong tendency In tho other direction skillfully and with a loud noise says Perhaps somo of my mothods at that tho psalmist and Josephus speaks of tlmo wero a littlo well not what so choruses of two hundred nnd fifty thou- Â¬ vigorous a moralist as you would ap sand voices and as many instrumental- Â¬ provo of I havo thought of that affair ists It is quite probablo that the old yet was exaggerating hlstoriun tho very statement shows that tho I ancients desired power above all tilings in their tonal feasts In Greece the samo desire for fortis- Â¬ simo obtained for we read of a young flute player bursting a blood vessel and dying through a herculean effort to ob-Â¬ tain a very loud note and the voice of a gentleman who toolc several prizes for his musical attainments in tho pub Â¬ lic games was said to bo powerful enough to stun the entire audience Of courso the ancient music was strongly rhythmic of this we havo absolute proof in tho Scriptural allusions to the clap Â¬ ping of hands and In tho description of the regular stamping of the director of tho chorus in tho ancient Greek thea- Â¬ ters The surest proof of tho crudity of ancient musio is however found in tho CONSOLE YOUIiSKLF MY GOOD FRIEND Greek sjstcm of notation which is utÂ¬ HE SAID terly inadequate to represent music of any intricacy Yet it is not quite cer- Â¬ Â¬ onco or twlco myself and not just eastain that wo have deciphered this nota- Â¬ ily though it was all in tho gamo tion correctly for the works on tho I donj understand you said Russoll subject arc by no means explicit and coldly been destroyed Dont my dear boy dont uso that many of them have In progress at Pom- Â¬ The excavations tono of volco It makes mo fool badly peii may still nfford n chio to tho music Im glad I decided to do this thing of the ancient world It must bo re- Â¬ What Is ItV Why you see tho amount your membered that two thirds of the city of fathor lost In that littlo deal with mo Pompeii aro still under ground and it was about S120000 Ivo kept tho ac- Â¬ is quite possible that the remains of a and Id of ton had It in my mind to musical library may yet bp discovered count look you up boforo chanco threw you In there At present tho musical works of Rocthius und of Vitruvius only servo to my way I was glad to sco you then make tho darkness of the ancient musi- Â¬ doubly glad whon I found what a splon dld fellow you word trobly glad when I cal system more Cimmerian But this saw how you and Alico woro getting on much can be stated with surety that it And now Im quadruply mlsorablo to sco was barbaric in comparison with tho you givo up ovory thing nnd go moon- Â¬ system of our own times Boston ing round tho streets as if you couldnt Musical Herald decido wbothcr to drown yourself in tho THE AMERICAN OLIVE East rivor or tho Hudson Now what I want to do Is to restoro that monoy to It Will Add Immensely to tho Wealth of If it should sproad it would ruin the street Rut thats not to bo feared although I know tho maladys contagious I know it heoauso Ivo caught it rayaolf Thoros a littlo dobt almost thirty years old which Im going to pay of HOME HINTS AND HELPG 1 Whon it isimnosslblo to procure old J yeast with which to start now make a thin batter of flour nnd wator und let If cfnnfl In il wnrm tiliimt until If -- v ii nieiuH uiiii iHcuuicH nm ui uuuuich j pint of this ferment is equal to a cup ful of old yciist for starting new i J JaL Delineator Veal Loaf Three pounds veal and one half pound salt pork chopped fine Add three slices si ale bread also chop- pod tli roe raw eggs three teaspoons salt one and a half teaspoons black pepper one teaspoon sage mix well Ut- gather bake two and a half hours in model ate oven Bnsto well Dutroil Free Press A new holder for photographs is in orescent form and is made of palo green plush strapped with gold so us to hold the pictures in place in irregular rows ono above the other Tho crescent is i hung as the moon is when it iudicatof rainy weather according to the Indian legend horns up and down so that it will not hold water N Y Tribune Custard Cuka Three eggs oile Mip sugar two tablospoonfuls water one und one half cups flour and a teaspoon ful baking powder Flavor with lumon or vnnilhi Bake in two layers and put together with custard made of ono cup swoet milk two tablospoonfuls sugar one tnblcspoonful oorn sturoh and ono Flavor the custard sanio us the cgff cake adding it tiftr tho custard ia f boiled Orange Tudd Fanner - It is said that one of the best waya better even than tho uso of ice to ol tain a cold cloth for application in fevers is to wet a linen oloth and wave j it to nnd fro in tho air before folding it und placing it on tho patient And in like manner a room may be coolo by f wringing largo cotton cloths out of water and hanging them in front or tho open windows wetting them again us1 often as necessary X Y World Fish and Macaroni Scallop Put nto a buttered baking dish in layers equal j parts of cold cooked fisli and cold boiled i macaroni cut line For one pint of tin mixture make one cup of tomato sanee Fry ono teaspoon of minced onion in tablespoon butter add one even tabic- spoon Hour and one cup of stewed to mato Salt and pepper to taste Strair it over the fish Cover with three- fourths of a cup of cracker erumlui moistened in melted butter lake J until tho crumbs arc brown Boston Budget J I 5 -- I I MODELS A AND MODEG j Vnrlity of Now TlilugH hi imtiit ul DrrsK 1 IIo dragged Russoll away in splto of all resistance i SSCR In tho blues again I see said Ray as soon as they woro soatod in tho of floo Woll so aro your friends when thoy vlow your conduot What Aid you moan by lotting that lunatic Ioering out you qut of every thing in that way I know what youll say Tho invention was his you deceived ino and all that Of courso you did and mighty ahrowd ly too I dont oaro a cent about that Ivo moro than got my monoy back out of tho motor alroady and Id havo had a million for us two if that fool hadnt HK TOOK ltKU TKNIKtrY IS HIS ARMS stepped in to ruin his own prospoots For mind you although iso a hupdrod reformations I could and yours a dozon ways of llfo in avory ono his maolilno Is a good thing t cant pioturo soil Itself and ho is suoh an uncommon- Â¬ of which I should oortalnly fall My father does not thjnk so of you ly quoor Bort T fgllotf that ho novor What havo you dono to make you so can do any thing with it Im dono of courso as soon as von ston out and tha Impedes of yoursolf years I have lad a life coMfcefiueneo lsihatTDeorinr wllllw luat rtrftwe wholly artificial whioh as I look baolc jWlJe hq iUrto1 f roiq inno tlre i am sorry lor u saiu iiubsqu no upei it seems to have contained no act ttaitf wasfetfctar than half henest Part of is an honest man and has a homo of It I mUhIVm bwx p to the standard which anybody oould bo proud I have of 4m etfetee et business and when I seen him in it pare Iim fallen oelow Well thats neither hero nor there My ttafc jlfeat iaidad I m language whleh continued Ray Vlve heard about your 014 hMl b skonfr Thoralsfhin squaring up aocouRte and putting every tfen I nay aaj I have s arranjrod my Aatlar ywva ot into your debts Now tMt I cas vipt etwy flnaaoal tW son thhtf I really oant approve 11 J MS hnvent had a talk with you in many a day and Ivo got something almighty important to say Como to my ofQco at onco millions grasping Russolla arm I you It isnt much it wont affect mo in tho least financially but it will mako mo feel a groat deal hotter in my mind It will givo you u chanco to go off and tako a pleasuro trip You need ono badly I had thought to mako tho monoy a presont to you on a certain vory interesting occasion but it cant wait I dont beliovo In hanging on till Christmas with a barrol of flour for a poor man who may starvo during tho fall Russell heros my check Dont lot any foolish scruplo provont jour taking It Its yours and I fool in giv Â¬ ing It as if you woro my own son Tho world spun round boforo Russells eyes It was not tho idea of tho monoy but of what Its possession would givo him As to his right to itho had vory littlo doubt If tho events had boon of such a naturo as to weigh upon tho busi ness conscionco of Gilbort Ray perhaps it would bo hotter for tho old gontlc mans soul to rollovo It of a burden such as that I ought to toll Mr Ray said ho you that Alloo I know all nbout it my boy You havo had my consont and her mothers for many a day I would tako this monoy said Rus soll rising oxoitedly for though I thank you dooply I will not foign to doubt that it is rightfully mino Somo rumor of that old story must havo reached mo for I find that It Is not now to mo though your namo wns novor con- Â¬ nected with It I would tako this monoy as I havo said and I would also accopt Â¬ Â¬ thoprloolessglftyourdaughtorofforsmo but thoro Is somothing botweon us Mr Ray I was mado to know her by my friond who loved her I thought him dead whon I mado my mad confession to hor To day I havo soon him allvo How shall I faoo him having stolon tho lovo he oovotod tho prlzo ho worked for In tho boat of Africa braving a separation for hor sako 1 dont know said Ray looking up from a card which a boy had brought him but you might try It in advance Tho man is hero And he h undod Russoll a card wnlch bore the nam of Waltor Urown A minute later and the owner of that name entered the room Russell would have turned away but Browu spjusjf forward g wspiujc his ltanL most permanent industries of Southern California It will give us what it is nearly impossible to buy now pure ollvo oil In place of tho cotton seed and lard mixture in general use It is a most wholesome and palatable article of food Thoso whoso chief experience of the ollvo is tho large coarse and not agrccablo Spanish variety used only as an appetizer know little of tho value of tho best varieties as food nutritious as meat and always delicious Good bread and a dish of pickled olives mako an ex- Â¬ cellent meal Tho sort known as tho Mission olive planted by tho Francis- Â¬ cans a century ngo is generally grown now and tho best fruit is from tho older trees The most successful attempts In cultivating tho olivo and putting it on tho market havo been made by Mr P A Kimball of National City and Mr Ellwood Cooper of Santa Barbara Tho experiments havo gono far enough to show that tho Industry Is very remuner- Â¬ ative Tho best ollvo oil that I havo ever tasted anywhero is that produced from tho Cooper and tho Kimball orchards but not enough Is produced to supply tho local demand Mr Cooper has written a careful trcatiso on ollvo cult- Â¬ ure which will bo of great servico to all growers Tho art of pickling is not yet mastered nnd perhaps Bomo other variety will bo preferred to the Old Mission for tho tablo A maturo olivo grovo in good bearing is a fortune I feel suro that within twonty flvo years this will bo ono of tho most profitable Industries of California and that the demand for puro oil and edible fruit in tho United States will drlvo out tho adulterated and inferior present commercial products But California can easily ruin its reputation by adopting tho Eu- Â¬ ropean systems of adulteration Charles Dudley Warner in Harpers Magazine Southern California Tho growth of the olive is to be it seems to me ono of tho leading and best liked HI nek which is always worn is espe cially popular this season Handsome dresses of black drap doto arc trimmed with bands of black ostrich feathers above which is black silk passemen Â¬ terie There ura also panels and bodice and sleeve trimmings of passemontcrio A novolty in fancy coat bodices is tho Holbino basque It is n reproduction of tho bodice seen in paintings of tho old Dutch masters und hius high pic Â¬ turesque sieves with high necked bo Hoo fronts rovoalcd above a low out buck the back and front meeting strap fash ion on tho shoulder Syrian cloth is a now slightly rough wool fabric that is likely to rival faced cloth and camels hair in tho making of tailor costumes It comes in a very rich and beautiful shadoof bluo and all tho browns and fruit shades also in moss green and black It is double width and costs three dollars a yard Among tio unusual color combina tions of the season is dark green ami pale bluo A handsomedinportod tailor gown is of rich myrtle green cloth Tho sheath skirt and Louis coat is trimmed with dark groan velvet nrabesquo in cut work Tho coat opens over u wnist coat of palu bluo cloth braided with silver A vory old fashion revlvod is that of a boll skirt covered with thrco flounces The top flounce Is set in with tho band Thcso flounces aro not gathered oqually mi arounu in 11 out inoy are oniyj eased on tho foundation whilo at the oxtrerao baolc of tho skirt tho fullncsa is considerable Somo kind of trimming ia generally used to odgo tho flounces Whilo tho fashion still obtains of applying black laco of various kinds to ovvns and garments of all sorts the ace hung gown so popular a few nirdyl For Miss Larkin Oh tho poor little birds months ago has lost cast Whon it first What will thoy do sooklaj shelter la appeared it was artistically beautiful and gaining imraediato popularity soos this snow storm Mr Robin A Dare I oan tie my hand all sorts of all mado irregularly droor kerekbnt ever that onn you have in your log costumes were decorated with cheap hat dear it you think it He4a pro laoe and the style was soon complete killed Chicago Post teeUo4- ruck Â¬ Â¬ One of the late novelties is the min- gling in various ornaments of tortoisa shell and silver White silk ties a used on the hand- some bonnets for the fall and winter and white mull r chiffon string- aru worn with felt hul All sorts of headgear have ties Not the small crossed alTairs nor the prim littlo knots which havo bean the vogtu for several years but a fluffy gunoiouii bunch of ribbon tied a little to one side A new model has appeared combin ing the princess dress and tho long basque At the front and the sides a deep basque and the back js princess cut in one continuous length from nee to hem d The new gloves arc either gauntlets moro or less flaring or those buttoned closely at tho wrist Thoso wliicli draw on over the hand aro no longer in favor Suede gloves aro - jr Â¬ i- - t stiff-wrist-e- Â¬ Â¬ - U t JL4UMUJnJbJt 0 i v drink unfiltcred water There are al- Â¬ ways dust and dirt around a barn especially if there is thrashing done near It and a great deal will get on the roof and be carried by the rain into the cistern Having had over twenty years experience in building I like the following plan for general purposes as well as any 1 have ever tried Dig a cistern or rather a double one according to Fig 1 making one larger and deeper than the other and if pos- Â¬ sible make as large as needed remem bering that the smaller will help some Begin at the bottom of the side wall and lay one course of brick flatways all around then commence and lay the brick up edgeways until near the top then flat while arching tho top Â¬ AN EXCELLENT PLAN Benefit Incidental to Kecntnr Variety or Lire fitock WELL MADE CISTERNS One of tho benefits derived from Sufficient Supply of rure keeping a variety of stock is that farm Zlioy AinHre Writer for Stock products an bo used to bettor advan llavitiff noticed several articles on the tage Ingrowlng the necessary grain subject of pure water for stock tind more or less straw and fodder will bo knowing its Importance and also that secured which If properly managed ullties where It Is will jrako a cheap food and whero a there are many impossible to bring the water from system of rotation Is carried on more springs or depend on the small supply or less grass for both pasture and liny from wells I would recommend a wcll will bo grown With good shelter young cattle constructed cistern or a number of cis- Â¬ terns connected together Let us look horses or mules can be kept In a good to tho roofs of available buildings at the condition during tho winter with very first source of supplying water Take little grain if they can have plenty of a roof say of 42xBJ feet Including pro- Â¬ fodder and during the summer grass jections and we havo 2184 square feet In the pasture can be made hourly or of surface Allowing the annual rain- Â¬ qulto their whole feed While hogs fall to be 88J Inches a building of the will make a fair growth with good pas- dimensions given would catch In a turage it is generally profitable to feed year 52411 gallons or 1003 barrels them some grain even during the sum which had much better be utilized In mer tattle can be pastured during this way than to bo allowed to drip the summer and fed largely upon fod Â¬ into manure piles thus washing their der during tho winter until they are goodness away A cistern large enough three years old and If comfortably to hold 1003 barrels would have to be sheltered will need but little grain With good pasturage they will bo in a 20 feet In diameter and 23 feet deep hut as tho rain does not all come at fair marketable condition In the fall once and it Is not all used at once the when they are three years old Horses mules and sheep can be kept dimensions need not be quite so large in tho barie way and can be made tC ready for market with very little grain IJogs however must be fat tened largely upon grain and more or 1 B less grain is needed by the work teams V and milk cows In raising grain for i them more hay and fodder than will bo needed will be secured and by pur Â¬ chasing mill feed to go with them all via l can be used to a good advantage This A A corners of outsldo wall plan admits of having a considerable U flltcrinn wall acreage seeded down to grass for C D inlet und outlet pipes pastures and meadows and lessens the In choosing a site do not make the labor considerably Hy feeding all of make the mistake of building in an in- Â¬ the products out on the farm with the convenient plnce just to save a few exception of the wheat and buying cents worth of spouting but consider more or less mill feed to use in connec the number of stops you may save in a tion with the irrain and fodder will year To illustrate Mr A has a barn make a great saving and applying all in which ho keeps stock To save of the manure possible the fertility of spouting he digs a cistern at the oppo- the soil can bo kept up site end 01 feet from the stock to Of course everything that can bo which ho carries 18 pailfuls per day used for feed should be saved and slxfods per pall and 108 rods per day every advantage bo taken to secure all G0K miles in six months when he of the food possible and then feed out might have built within 15 feet to the best advantage in order to realize lo not make even a horse or a cow the largest profit Prairie Farmer AGRICULTURAL HINTS Â¬ - the rnrlng tra A N la havo a good deal to do with tho breach of yrouiUe cao In the ftdl Dallas News Cvstonrs in Tki Trai We offtr t cough to Ir you want or bo cured of a Tar uso Haloes Honey In a family out in Milwaukee tho Pikes Toothache Horohuuud audone minute generally U most satisfactory wrkpsslbli Drops Curo lu Our facilities enaili m father tho mother nnd one daughter In those brandies Those are capital lot ten miA wfri man aro all practicing law and two other If you dsln work very rapidly U eluiowlcdfrenifliit daughters will boon apply for admit- Â¬ who wroto 1 OlounIn WiMhiugtou Htur of a to turn out much vrunted to release your type en some large oif tance to the bar A few dayB ago tho Tttosb who wish to practice economy In a father appeared for tho defendant buy Llttlo Liver rills it to us for either stereotyping or electrotyp case when the daughter was attorney fthould pills in Cartersonly ono pill a Uoso Forty a viul ing and it will be returned to yon promptly for the plaintiff aud the court couldnt Lovit lovoln nil ranks but not tho rank help laughing when the former spoke odor of mi onion that I too much for It and In good order of the latter as his learned sister-in-laftomeiluien Philadelphia Proea Head Â¬ TrtN flowors Tartar en the Teetli Dentists have discovered thai tartar ft calcareous deposit on the eth is moro abundant in persons of highly nervous temperament than In any others The explanation according to an observant dentist is that persous of neiTous temperament secrete mora saliva than others and as tartar Is car- Â¬ ried by saliva in solution the deposit in ho case of such persons is unusually arge It Is a well known fact that tho nervous condition has a marked effect upon tho Ballvnry glnncL An oriental method of detecting crime Is to take several persons suspected of tho offense and rcqulro them to chow dry whoat Tho nervous fears of tho guilty man seal up his salivary gland and ho chokes In attempting to rcduco tho grain to pulp N Y Sua rhe Only One Kw rrlRt 4 the Wmrar -- C Yria4 jt There Is a 8 Inck display Advertisement la this paper this week walca hits no two words alike except oue word The same Is true of ettoh now one aprearlng each week from The Dr Hurler Medietas Ce This house phicos a Crescent on everything LEGTROTYPING TEREOTYPING OF THE HIGHEST M0HMIY EXECUTE thoy HawUo and publish Look for It seed them the name of the word and they will return yon book beautiful lithographs r samples free The average woman Hkos to No a rasa awhile before she tuurrles hlin Waahlug tou Star 6MDE IT MoBTnotboconfoundedwUh common cats artle or purgatlvo pills Carters Little Liver Pills uroontlroly iinllkolhcm in every re spect One trlul will prove their superiority Â¬ Â¬ that bloom In Kellogg Newspaper Co ir -- mi si n w Â¬ Admiral Ghcrardl the stalwart old sea dog In command of tho North At Â¬ lanta squadron Is just now very proud of his two sons Bancroft named after tho admiral and Walter The two boys stand six feet one inch in their stockings and aro otherwise built like young giants They aro twenty and eighteen years old respectively and are as proud of tho admiral as ho is of them By official reports wo learn that more than one third of the whole valuo of houses and tenements In England and Wales and moro than one fourth of tho entlro Unltt d Kingdom aro found In London Tho rent for London last year pp0fRqs We mike a specialty of Newspaper ings and Cuts and have the largest assort Â¬ ment In those lines to be found anywhere la the country from which to select A 034 ITT N a Kellogg Newspaper Co 808 020 71 ITQ a 870 OCARO nM ST OHICAiO walnut aTn rr t louis mo a 7S ONTARIO STR ST -- LM ILL OHIO MO a 8TH ET tsnn sa a 40 jFinaoN bt 74 to 00 cas btm sTncrr bt paul Memphis 401 WYANDOTTB CISOINNATI OHIO STRICT KANSAS CITY minm wassnooooooa -- Â¬ Keep Kroimmlcal Cows n V a n I compare it with a larger herd of waste Â¬ ful ones we will only have to furnish the food of support for tho smaller herd while we get as much milk or but Â¬ ter as the larger herd gives The dif ference between keeping a herd of economical cows and a wasteful herd may be the difference between profit and loss it certainly will bo a differ ence of a wide margin in the profits The best is tho cheapest whether it be cows feed or care and the economical cow is the best cow no matter whether she is of any bred for dairy work alone we must look to the individuality of each cow National Stockman Â¬ Â¬ The cow for economy is tho one that from a quantity of feed will produce the most and best milk or butter This cow will not be any larger than is necessary to do her work and she will not store up a lot of fat that will lie of no practical use to her owner She will eat much more feed than a wasteful cow but here one point showing her true economy comes in while she eats more feed she gives a- larger per cent in return than the wasteful cow and if we take a herd of economical cows and Â¬ - Star r Wn aro having an opldotnlo of flees said the city official wlion it was discovered that tho treasurer was gone Washington Both tho method aud results when the way a canary ciged for life sings Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and sings and sings all tho time nnd refreshing to tho tasto and acts I think It Is a bad example Lesson If a man wero as vindictive as that gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys hodbe executed Smith Gray Cas Liver and Bowels cleanses tho system effectually dispels colds head Â¬ Monthly A Boston barber says A perfect aches and fevers und cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is tho temper in a razor is a happy accident only remedy of its Icind over proHow like women razors must be duced pleasing to tho tasto and ac Texas Sittings ceptable to tho stomach prompt in Millions In it The treasury its notion and truly beneficial m its effects prepared only from tho most Aiivats has been in tnido T healthy anu agrecablo substances its Goes behind tho soldiers Tho ku pnack many excellent qualities commend it Mail and Express to all nnd havo mado it tho most A FATiorr uniform The messengor boys popular remedy known Baltimore American Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c Ax actors lifo oiiht to bo fruitful it ifl and 1 bottles by all leading drugfilled with dates Youkors Statesman gists Any rcliablo druggist who may not havo it on hand will pro It doesnt follow that a versifier always euro produces fervid results Boston Courier it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any It has boon discovered that miiBln comes substitute out of a barrel organ in staves Washing ton Star CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Isnt It a wonderful lesson to man LBTTLE IH LIVER Bur no Kubiiih tDaily Action Bomittfy complexion by purifying blood 1unriT V Theduel nicely nlJutrdtoutteM one pill atn nerer be loo much Each vll contain 42 cirrted in rocket Ilk lend pencil IIunIuoii uians treat n-- SICK HEAD ACntt Impair ilittloeonrtl- piuon torpid cinnim intjrarotu Tim orui rvmoT muni Mglel effect on Klil- nuvft nduiamier conaur Dillons uervou ui- ortlqrx euro rot amrE for PILLS Hon rickex ui--l- ine ur l otul convenience Taken sailer than iucar whcir All genuine good bfarCrcent KDd S ccut tamp You get S3 paje book with lampl DR HARTEI1 MEDICINE CO St Loull Mo SolTrr vi ILLINOISOENTRAL lonmvitlF 8AN FRAN0IS00 HY CM NEW YORK NY Tnrnn aro moro women In British India 121000000 than thoro aro men women nnd children in Great Britain Franco and Germany nut togotlier with tho population of noverul minor European states cast in as well Tun small boy always looks with envious admiration ut tho drum major leading tho nrocossion with his gold hendod baton and his big bear slclu hat but tho llttlo follow with tho cornet in tho buck row of the baud gets tho bigger pay Somorvlllo JournuL WiiLin Do you Jiko milk Mr Stay Staylute Not particularly mv ift late tlo man why do you uskt Willie Sis ter says you never leavo until tho cown Â¬ o FLICKER Ijr 3 Tower Irrjproved M p 4 via 2 Leave a space of about one inch behind the brick work and every two or three courses fill In the space thus left with a thin grouting of sand and cement until the top is reached As soon as the wall of the main cistern is up to the smaller one join tho outsldo walls of both and carry up together Thor Â¬ oughly cement the corners at A A Fig 1 and also at the bottom where the filtering wall II is to be laid Lay fil- Â¬ tering wall of porous or hollow brick well bedded and jointed with cement but do not plaster on either side After the walls are up fix the bottom and thoroughly cement the outsido walls and bottom with two good coats of ce- Â¬ ment Make both Inlet and outlet pipes in receiving part of cistern As Will be seen by Fig 1 when tho water Is drawn below the lowest point of the Rmaller cistern the latter will be empty and can easily be entered and all accumulations of dirt removed lie sure to build deep enough In the earth so as to escape frost not less than two feet from tho top of the ground In the lati- Â¬ Â¬ High ItooHtM mi Abomination High roosts are an abomination The large heavy hens can only reach tho high roosts with difficulty and they aro liable to be dislodged from their position thrown off and injured by tho falL Make the roosts low a foot from tho floor being sufficiently high and have all the roosts on a level instead of making them step like that is oue higher than the other Humble foot lameness of the joints and other ail tncnts are often duo to high roosts and it is to their seeking lofty perches that Â¬ o P YTtnttd Id r fa All iMuMy Water proof r Guaranteed Dallr at 900 p m from Ohlcavo New nnd e leaan lullmont built eipmilr for thla aervico lrmla lldlitod throuabont by aaa Ticket und further lnfor mntlon of ynur loonl ilokat noont or by oddrMilna AH HANSOM O V A III Contfr XL Chicago III life GRATEFUL BREAKFAST SOLID VESTIBULE TRAIN COMFORTING JmprattJ Sttfktrl hire bttidtlhfFiihOrind U TiUPUuuotwfirCoiU rt V Gj- St J EPPSS COCOA It noncy toillfoaao Ilundriiltnf nihlln nmliulleur tloutfnu around ua rondy to nttack wliernvt r ihor In n vrcnk point We may ei mpo many a fatal phaft by kt upliiK ourolve vrull lortltloil with nuro tiliMjd Civil StrvU nnd u proporly nourlhed iraiuo Mudo almply with bolllne wator or tnllk flolJ oulr In hltirpnuiid tin br Orocorx labollud lllllai CO Honicoopathio Cliomlsls JAMES EPPS London England 5oft Wooler Watch Out J TOWER MFR come homo N Y Bun young turkeys aro usually affected with swollen feet and legs It is really doubtful if roosts aro at all necessary in a poultry house as those who havo tried the plan of providing litter for tho hens and cleaning It away dally report that the hens keep In much bet- Â¬ ter condition being less liable to draughts of air and are seldom lame It Is an experiment worthy of a trial as the removal of the roosts will ren der the interior of a poultry house more roomy and convenient Farm and Fire- Â¬ Â¬ Young Dudolots nays ho had a hard Hn pull to dotnch himself from Miss Flirts Sho contemptuously fasclnntiouB It must havo been a inoukoy wrench tnon Bultimoro Amoifcnu PoNsoxnT Is that Pompano coming Do Twlllger this way Arthur Yaas Ponsonby Lets dodgo down this stroet I havo every reason to bollovo that ho has tho first photograph of his first baby In his Harpers Bazar pocket rtrr Count to act la lh Stem StTle andrr IrnttMilooi from Ctpt Ortnnin Chlf ef DimiIm uf Olntloniil XiiMilnet nt frw AJArti rj Uruana UcUctlva Uurcau Co t liiili Clatlamil O 3l DETECTIVES A I Collar Ouj D0ST0N MASS of Uio nnturnl law i Ilr n thorouah which Korrrn tho 0miiiUiim of iHkihiioii nml nil irltlun und by n riirclul uiipiicniiuii uf tliu tlm propurtlu of HellvliCiPil LNirtit Mr Kfiui hat provldod our brmktnn ulilo null ii OnHen to I f lliivourcd tivveniiio which limy nvo u iiiiiuy henry iluctora tillla It It by tliu Judluloui uao uf auoii nrtlclca of Hot that a conaltiuitoii may tie gradual ly bulliup until atrnnu enough to roxfatoTory ton kmwitlt pro par RUB once for our Catalogue aco testi Â¬ C N Ncwcomb Davenport Iowa ltllilr Jft LOST TIME- St I Newton 111 Pnya sood wnam unit luads Wo totliohlgUoMpoltluiia teach It quickly undaturt Jn railroad or ourraduutea commercial aervico Crop re plan Id JUIIroadi are Tory ouy OperatorairolB groat deitinua WK1TK FOR CIK VJCAUH Valriitluei Hchool of TrlcsrapMy JonriTllle Wl MiAiiJPjBN Wt Llj OPERATORS XH I - XATELEGRAFH PLEASANT WORK IS MkWJ I fa side Hints About Tile Draining In tile draining a good main or out- Â¬ let Is essential I use either five or six inch according to amount of wntcr to be carried Lay tho main with the tude of northern Ohio U Clement in natural flow if practicable and a foot deeper than the laterals so as to make Ohio Farmer the connection perfect on top of the Make the FACTS FOR FARMERS main giving a free flow connections perfect so there win uo no Tihcre Is no use trying to save a eann wonting blighted pear tree with any application C through T h o m for From 1863 to 1885 about 22 years I suiTered with rheu matism of the hip I was cured by the use of Jacobs OCilTM0HI0 Dltt with nor ftimoHN Weill Tlia onlr fllnrliliif perfect aelf cleanloa ana iMtOmppingtooMin ua Ol T ST JACOBS C DODD IT WELLS ry S VfC J NYHAN 1T Kl zZ3HiM ALL RIGHT OIL DID i LOOMS 5 jwk Ii HtaMH 1 limbs are removed trees ing The samo rule ap plies to black knot on plum und cherry that purpose until all tho affected Â¬ Graver will not mature after pick Â¬ d0 bo as fully grown pears and apples tney must bo thoroughly ripened on the vines if you wish them to keep well With proper cure and handling taey may be kept well Into tho winter A nkw enemy of the potato vino has 4e Its appearance In Michigan The viae when attacked begins to wilt ut ww top In the hollow of the stem is Zoaad a worm nearly an Inch In length JjVeh appear to sap the life of the arramrement a tho connecting arm and Is the main b A flat stone will closo c tho lateral tho top of the arm all right 1 place laterals about two feet deep more or less according to soil etc and place them three to seven rods npart and If possible across the natural flow there hy cutting off surface water more qulckly J F Jamleson In Ohio Farmer is A decoction of the common elder as a remedy for cabbage recommended worniB FAmY REMEDY TOR Hemorrhoid SpralnaItheumatim Skin Dlaeaaas Cure Croup cut shows the Burna Wounds Cbhblaina fete Taken Internally Will accompanying AN nrVA TTAB PHMMVASELINEJELLY Bun Sums 10 25 JACKSON MANUKAUTUKINU RiniMorONK in hi I inn und nartlo ilnr RHEUMATISM full dlrftthin by CURED nth irtatuiant wit lliroo in CO tarHAUH THIf rATXReney UMTMVfUe IOLllX1tor9 Paiui IaKitfHoC VKfiV NlAMl CoIhmuu O -- Cough- - Colds 16 16 10 Sore Throat to FTTZIKULrJKACOI PURE VASELINE 2 oztottli 2 oz fcottie 10 eta POMADE VASELINE VASELINE COLD CREAM VASELINE CAMPHOR ICE VASELINE SOAP UiMMftte VASELINE SOAMtff-iM- WHITE VASELINE 2 az kettd CAMPHORATED VASELINE 2 CARBOLATEO VASELINE 2 1 ilj JMC by MallTrl r fMlirflTtBr vHAMa wua MMAU TUU 65 wetic-bort-aBdr-J- AMAHtb aM d TMUeiHlMl UVUlf I lleaiMMeiTaMf leeaayMMbi HooVkeeplnjr ete U-tv- loaaadail dAMHrWtU A K Vf 9tmumBt lp ArHkl t U PiwHW MM iK 26 Foil SAIK EVEIlYWHEKiC AT XIXOYKIf -- JUCES us the a ula But up er Mled Baer ful toaicpt 01airoff rayou an fmlUUeasad ubUtutfejr 4tuaSh wtB te Tokl XJOKOXi rourmoDtr If nay deal or tt 0Z4tti26 2S - leMMfiva T- art-l- -M Bl HnMta ya A JhM I t m- Plo9 Remedy for nest KalBt to Uh Catarrh l tka andC tftfit ml CHESEBROUCH MANUFACTURING TbI Collect bm Uf MlUM tM tallre trail lag afcere lb COMPANY B M BARTLETTS Commercial College OWING TO INCREASED PATRONAGE l lb rtter le t IMrfJMI Iw4lla Is tht Meoisr OMmI I per fre 0c wmkm Sold by tlruirtrirn fr K T lia Uiu t vtruu t hy H Jgf rt AMfr Imcm tU8WM ilttiTtomnt aipt lktmicn ruxjSS 1 MW 186 Ibf MlJe Um2 - r0 iV EK a SiS r -bti-l - t w - - WW - the physician is present and gets about vttw the Kltrl fn Wtflnttftkiii worm The editor herald tlio advent of tlio stranger unci gt a cubing M mnki n a mistake as to wx or i Vrtf arrivaln After awhile the name child become in to perman tho tpiqinter cereaiohy and tho form tho warrlatro parson walks ofif with a ten dollar bill in his pocket for his trouble The editor a again called upon and chronicles this ovont by drawing oi Jiia imagination to make both the bride and groom tho best and most respectful people in tho country His only pay is to bo asked for n row sample copies of his paper to send to absent friends In timo thoonco bnby Â¬ once happy groom hut now well advan- Frankfort Capital ced in life man is brought down to J4llcl Â¬ Ton Polk Ilen There Ami To Stay Mr FJowkr was frequently spoken of for tho Fresiuontial nomination which went to Mr Olovclnnd in 1884 but was It may bo that not seriously considered Now York his name will as Governor of carry more weight in political circles in 1892 than it did when he was regarded as simly a successful business man without Ho is a a political career bohind him man of tho highest character but of no strongly marked mental calibre though ranking above tho average man As that is tho kind of men who have been most frequently chosen President it may bo well not to consider Mr Flower as an improbability for next year Howovor it is a long timo until the Convention meets and as wo have before remarked thoro is that man Grover Cleveland oiiNiimiitlou Cured pBjE H kteiSuO Perfectly Well B T i- - t ngts Bgt Is i r singing tlio song of tho redeemed nroTind tho throne of God in tho Now Jerusalem Tho probability is at the same timo that tho baby tho groom tho dead man had been so infernally menu nnd stidgy thnt he had stinted his wifo rtnd children nnd had never contributed ono cent to the support of his courity paper Madison villo Hustlor 8100 Howard 8100 The rendors of Tub Herald will bo pleased to learn that thoro is nt least one dreaded disease that science has been able to euro in all its stages nnd that is Cn tarrh Hulls Catarrh Curo is tho only ifositivo curo now known to tho medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires constitutional treatment Hulls Catarrh Curo is taken internally acting directly upon tho blond nnd mu- Â¬ cous surf itccg of tho system thereby de- Â¬ stroying tho foundation of tho disease and giving the patient strength by building up tho constitution and as dating na turo in doing its work Tho proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they ofler Ono Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to curo Send for list of testimonials Address P J CHENEY CO Toledo 0 SS Sold by Druggists 75c Â¬ and makes his bill tho undertaker is present and officiates at the funeral and in time wants 100 for performing the Inst sad rites whllo the editor is expected to complete tho drama by holding up tho deceased as a model gentleman n christian nnd ono who at present is Â¬ death- - Again tho physician is called in An old physician retired from prac- Â¬ tice having had placed in his hands by JOHN fcCIIMIDT an East India missionary tho formuln of A Valuable Hook en Nervous 10 maeasei sent ireocan avy aaaroas a simple vegetable remedy for the speedy altto obtain and poor paUents of Consumption and permanent curo this medicine free of charge nranared Bronchitis Catarrh Asthma and all Thla romnrlvhan Iwinn Wayne Indbvtha Raverend 137 and KoonlK Throat and Lung Affections also a posi Ptator prepared ot Fort dlrocUou bysince under his snow tho tivo and radical cure for Nervous Debil- Â¬ KOENIG MED CO Chicago III ity and all Nervous Complaints after having tested its wonderful curative pow- Â¬ Bold by Drug gista at 81 per Bottle Gfb8Si ers m thousands of cases has felt it his large tilze 9175 0 Bottles for 80 duty to make it known tohis suffering fellows Actuated by thiB motivo and a 1891 1892 desire to reliovO human suffering I will sond free of charge to all who desire it this recipe in German French or Eng- Â¬ lish with full directions for preparing nnd using Sent by mail by addressing with stamp noming this paper W A Normal and Preparatory School Noyks 820 Powers Hlock Rochester N Y 4yl FUXKobx Dabuque Co Ia Sept 1869 Mlna K Finnlgan wrlta My mother and later used Pastor Koonlgs Nervo Toulo tot neuralgia Thoy are both iwrfootly well now and never tired of praising the Tonio Las Vram New Mexico July B 189a Whon 1 was young my mothor had a bod fright and eho gnvo mo nor bosom becauso I wan crying and two hours after I had tho first attack of heart disoaso Pastor Koonlgs Norve Tonio ban dono me much good and has had tho MIUUEL A QUEI11N desired effoct MonmivroN Ark Oct 13 1890 For four years my stopdaughtor wan BUbjoot to eplloptlo fits aud tho use of Pastor Koonlgs Nervo tonio gave Immediate satisfaction aud since alio oommoncod taking It sho has not had even the slightest symptoms of tho disoaso My heartfelt thanks to this modioluo C F B i owe i B USTDONT Co a Main unci Broadway LEXINGTON KY 00 ELSEWHERE TO BUY YOUR FREE WOOD MANTELS HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY SECOND TKUM DEQINB WALL PAPER FURNITURE DRAPERIES CARPETS c Â¬ A Hsnslblo Vlow of tlio Situation It is hardly right or just for a society or organization to nsk n paper to devote n half column or more to extolling the praise of n departed brother who in life did not even tnke tho paper yet wo are daily called upon to do so At the pres ent writing wo havo beforo us such a request signed by a committee of five none of whom are subscribers and after mature deliberation we deem it against our business interests to devote space to matter which would be of interest only to parties who nro not patrons of tho paper and would probably never see it Arc wo not right in this Â¬ MONDAY NOVEMBER 10 1891 TEACIIKU8 COUKSIi einbrncA nil the brunches required in tlio Common Schools Daily Theory and Practice a sueeiulty drills for Teachers 11UBLVKSS COURSE embraces the Teachers Course Book Keeping Business Forms nnd Transactions aud Commercial Lnws Â¬ Â¬ plete stock in all the different branch- Â¬ es and with facilities for buying at the lowest possible prices we are enabled to successfully meet all competition Â¬ Â¬ that will save you money Having large show rooms we carry a com- MfcWe can supply you at prices ENGLISH COURSE prepares for Ken tuckv University nnd Colleges of that class- ANCIENT MODERN LANGUAGES Our rates arc less than any sdiool in astern Kcntuc ky Rates of Tuition per Month Payable one half on entering School the other ut middle of term UOAUDINO Cincinnati and Louisville Prices Duplicated Dentil of tho Howe lloyn we have ever been called upon to record occurred Tuesday afternoon on Itush Fork of Toms Creek causing tho instant death of Charley and Clint Howes sons of Jcfl Howes two yery estimable young men Tho deceased in company with another brother wero digging coal nnd were at work not more than six feet from the en trance when somo largo overhanging stono which thoy supposed thoy had sccurrly braced ami 6 down upon them without warning with the result above stated tho other brother escaping with a few slight bruises They were nbout 18 and 20 years of age intelligent and popular and it is a consolation to Rose their parents and friends to know thnt they wero prepared to meot their God One of the saddest accidents Â¬ want every mother to know that croup can bo prevented True croup never appears without a warning Tho first symptom is hoarseness then tho child appears to havo taken cold or a cold may havo accompanied the hoarse- Â¬ ness from tho start After that a pecul- Â¬ iar rough cough is developed which is followed by tho croup Tho timo to act is when tho child first becomes hoarse a few doses of Chamborlains Cough Rem Even edy would prevent the attack after the rough cough has appeared the disease may be prevented by using this remedy as directed The only safe way is to keep a f0 cent bottle of the Remedy in the house for uso whenever tho symp toms of tho disease appear For salo by Wk Â¬ Â¬ p 100 150 and 200 Â¬ 0 F Brower a Co Carpets Furniture Wall Paper Draperies too high board the cost of board and lodg ing will be only 1200 iku wkkk kvkuy can accommodate tiiino puunisiikI Wenew building new sixty boarders in our furniture und good fare The teachers live in the Dormitory and have the immediate charge of the boarders D G Combs is the caterer no better can be found FUEE SCHOLAKSIIIlS 3fTherc will be no more trouble nbout ii a Swnngo Tub County Superintendent of Gray both being members of tho M 15 Church son county has issued an order that no Tho stricken family havo the heartfelt shall bo taught on school in his sympathy of the entire community in Saturday Hecounty that tho practice said thoir groat ufiliction lnintsvillo Para Â¬ F r grew to an alarming extent last year and many teachers taught out their five months schools in four months He OlilnluiiH of tho Trmlo South holds it contrary to tho spirit of the law I find Chamberlains medicines very and says by teaching excellent particularly Chamberlains Saturday the time mado counted Ho on is will not bo Cough Remedy J 15 Etheridge llal correct and all other Superintendents lottvillc Texas I have tried Chamberlains Cough Kein should follow suit Hourbon News e ly with great success It launoret A Gtmrnntoud lleutudy Wavcland Miss Mkoriminb tho only permanent cure Chamberlains Cough Romedy can not W L Davis Liberty Hill La for all forms of headache and neuralgia bo beat Â¬ I havo used Chamborlains Cough Rem roliovcs tho pain in from 15 to 20 min For safe on poaitivo guarantee at edy in my family and consider it tho utes bcot 1 havo over tried W J Flowers Tub Herald office or sent postpaid by mail on receipt of price 50conts a box Doravillo Ga Fifty cent bottles for salo by Roso There is Tin Stanford Journal says Swango every indication that tho Commissioners A lMciv For tho Hook AkwiU appointed to revise tho statutes are going Elbvatb not tho nose at the book to make a botch of it They havent Abraham gone at it liko they know anything more Kick him lightly agent Lincoln was n boksellor So wore Pres than how to draw their salaries and make WM H CORD idont Arthur nnd President Gnrflold So tho oxponso account as great as possible Mnv 8 1891 PRINCIPAL was James G Blnlno So wero Senator They already havo a clerk and a stenog- Â¬ Blair ami Senator Ingalls and Senator rapher and talk about the revision taking Carpenter and Soiator Edmunds So n year It wouldnt require n third ot wero Jay Gould and Colli P Hunting Â¬ that timo if they wero paid by tlio job EZEL KY ton Respect tho book agent Ho may instead of 10 a day Ho may bo a bo greatness in embryo Lloutiumiit Govoruor Alford Napoleon of finance Ho may be tho as the Christian county Justice of tho ia A graduate and endorser of the Com Â¬ Peace wisely observed when tho cross mercial College of Kentucky University oyed child was sworn to tho protesting Lexington Ky which received Gold circumstances is agin Medal at Worlds Exposition crosa oyod man fRPBSOvMt7 1 an honest man trying to makoan him WiLiiun R Smith Pres honest living Give the book agent a chance oven though it taxes your timo Tub contractor havo resumed work on and your politeness moro than a littlo tho Richmond Nicholasville Irvino and Glasgow limes Boatty villo Railroad between Irving and Thouradlng with tho tres- Â¬ Heuttyvillo ChnmhcrlalunH Kyo mid Skin Oliitmont tles and bridge work will bo completed A CERTAIN euro for Chronic Soro Eyes at once The Irvine bridgo still stands Tetter Salt Rhoum Scald Head Old unfinished and a mystery to all anxious Chronic Sores FovorSores Eczema Itch people Prairio Scratches Sore Nipples and Piles Many It is cooling and soothing Hundreds of Are broken down fromPorsoiiH or household overwork Clocks cases havo been cured by it after all other care Browns iron treatment had failed It is put up in 2f rebuilds tho nyxtcin aid digestion removes ex and 50 cent boxes For salo by Rose ecus of bile nnd enrci malaria let the xvaulue Swafigo octOyl J F LOCKIIAIIT Last Call your taxes for tho thrco Gov Brown has Issued tho death years past and long slilce due must now warrant of Jesso Brown colored convict be paid or I will know the roasm why edof killing John Larry while at a dance I have indulged you as long ns it is poss EZEL KY in MCraokiv county fixing January 1ft ible for ino to do so nnd I hope you will 1W2 Mthdfty fur execution Tho Court sufficiently npnrcctato come that fmtt to of Appeal pawed on tho case about a I up and settle atouee Respectfully TEACHERS INSTITUTE PROCEEDINGS month aico affirming tho decision of the u u iiAXKts c vy u HoOnttVwi Circuit Court of July 1801 With n nqw triHinilnjc nmohino a modern yo stapler fast jbb rr4 ij nbnudanqo of type WK yANT 1000 doz eggs at 10c fcAiik Wo want anil superior workmen we nre better pre produce orrt4W tbt wunt balldtne want yHrtHHiHtry pared to print Institute Proceedings KMfat toafo np your surplus change and wo want to RiiyntHco in Eastern Kentucky IMvnsn than nwwo w stvo MHOW9 iROfc fetTTKHi sell you goods cheaper than anybody SPENCER OOPER ui your order It U pVmvmi to tftkt AHdMknktvpU ftral Mftlwin India Co II F Pikiutt Kdltor Herald Ilgwl Green Ky graph Nov 5 Any scholars ttikii g first and second hon ors on the completion of their courses in tiie Acndemv shall beMitttled to a free scholar ship each in Kentucky University A free scholarship in the Academy will be awarded to one pupil from each of the following mountain counties viz Hreathitt Clay Elliott Floul Harlan Johnson Knott Lee Leslie Letcher Lawrence Martin MugotHn Menelee Morgan Owsley Perry Pike Powell and Rowan provided such arrange ments have been innde for the competitive examination b the common school authorities or with their consent as shall enable each student of common school grades to compete for the scholarship and the appli cant therefor shall bear n certificate from the examiner that he has obtained the high est mark attained upon the examination in his couut We would advise nil to enter nt the beginning of a term but you can enter at any time nnd classes will be arranged You cannot find n better school in the mountains of Kentucky Our rates are low our methods of teaching Normal wu keep abreast with the tide of education Our pupils are our best advertisement We refer you to them Jhuel Green is the prettiest town in East ern Kentucky free from many of ills of railway towns aud those of more population ho saloons or harbors of temptation The people welcome strangers and inllu cucch for good nro thrown nround them All boarders will be under the supervision of the teachers Send for catalogues etc Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ KENTUCKY CENTRAL RAILWAY HLUK GUASH ItOUTK rirr7tterir laan TO ALL POINTS 12 1 rgrrgrffW IN EFFECT MAY 18th -Pm-NJ iyj 1891 SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE FROM JENTRAL KENTUCKY 1 0LD KENTUCKY ROUTE Newport News Mississippi Vnlley Co f Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ NORTH EAST WEST E D AND SOUTHWEST PHILADELPHIA FAST LINE BETWEEN LEXING- Â¬ WASHINGTON RALTIMORE NEW YORK TON AND CINCINNATI OLD POINT THE SEA SHORE fiSrSciiEDULE in Effect May 10 1891 And nil Eastern Cities No 3 Tho Direct Line to No l No 5 Aceoin LEXINGTON LOUISVILLE South Bound Dnilv Daily Dally ST LOUIS KANSAS CITY KxpreBS FstLe KxSun CHATTANOOGA MEMPHIS am Cincinnati lf 8 10 am 8 00 pin 3 00 pin And nil Points West nnd Northwest and 8 18 8 08 pm 3 00 pin Covington South and Southwest 11 18 am 10 23 pm 0 10pm j tins Lexington 1 I lOnn 11 00 pin 7 00pm Â¬ Â¬ Livingston Richmond aris Winchester lit Ar 1 IT ntn 12 1 Â¬ Corhin Middlesborough Cumberland un 3 01 4 50 7 i 7 50 I pm pin pin pin pin lOnn 0 15 pm 7 05 pm 7 55 p in east hound Lexington Winchester Mt Sterling Olive Hill Ashland Cattlettsbnru Huntington MKST UOUND Fast Fast Ml Accom Daily Express Daily uaily ex Le 0 7 7 0 10 10 11 fenn ex Sun Lu 4r0in Corhin WilliuniHburL 5 45 pin Kllieo Ar 0 20 pm Lu 150 pm Uiehinond Lancaster 4 45 pin Stanford Ar 5 20 pin No 2 Nouth Bound Daily Ex press r 15pm 7 35 nm 5 45pm 00pm 8 23am 7 lOpin 30pin 8 52am 7 45pm 03pm 10 40am 10 00pm 30pm 12 15pm 43pm 12 28pm ittta 07pm 12 50pm itt No 7 4 J F CAPP Jeweler Dnilv 00 am 7 50 nm 10 15 am 8 15 am Cattlettsbnrg No 0 Ashland Dailv Ex Sun Olive Hill Stanford Lancaster Richmond Icllico Willimntdmrg Corhin Le -- Ar 3C- Le Ar 2 3 5 H vi as a LI T- iunLi HS MiddleMhtiroiigJi r e Corhin imild Livingston Livingston Riclimond Ar Le Lo I 8 50nm 0 35 am 0 58 am 0 25 am 11 051111 Illam i i 20pm tiOOnm 30pm 0 25 am 1 50pm 0 37 am 3 03pm 8 20am 4 00 nm Mt Sterling 4 32pm 10 27 am 0 25 am Winchester 4 58pm 11 loam 7 15am Lexington Ar 5 30pm 12 05pm 8 05 am IIriTHIt VlOTMllTT wn irvnixrua vimu Inllv j in i and has Vestibuled lnllman Uuflet Sleepers between Louisville Lexington Washington New York nml Old Point Comfort This train is made part of the celebrated 1 1 I Huntington Le wi s t 3S 05 a in 51 a in Winchester Iaris Ar Lo C 7 7 7 Lexington Covington 45nin l Cincinnati Ar Ar 10 40 am 10 55am 5lam 00 inn 15nm 12 46 nm 1 40 pin 2 33 pin 2 00 pm 3 45 pin 2 15 pin 4 25 pin 5 40 pm 0 37 pin 5 50 pin fl 45 pm 11 lilttrs Watches Jewelry Tass Agt Cincinnati Ohio S II Knott C Atmoiik Trnflia Mnnncer Gen 1nss Agt Geiiprnl Ollices Louisville Kv 1 W L MUNSON Trav East oflltintington on the C O route Fart MailTuains rim daily except Sun day between Lexington and Huntington Make direct connections at Huntington with C itO At Ashland with S V Ity At Winchester with K C It It north nnd south hound nnd at Lexington with L N L S nml C N O T 1 Railroads Lexington and Olive Hill Accomo dation dally except Sunday Connects at Winchester to and from K C points and nt Lexlnfiton with L S R It for Louisville F F V Â¬ Â¬ TR DENTIST Â¬ Chamber of Commerce Unilding Cincinnati Ohio No 2 Dally to all points except Hoxvlnnd Division which is daily except Siindav No 1 Runs dally from Lexington to Cln cinnatl No 2 IUuih daily No ft Runs dully from all stations ex cept the Rowland Division which is daily except Sniiilnv Daily except Sunday No 3 No 4 Daily between Cincinnati and Lex S Ollicc F 11 Moum AshH Gen rnssAgt For full information in regard to Hatce etc apply to nny Agent of this or connecting lines or to 11 E HivnNOTON C L Huowx V P and M G P A Routes 5 LUXIJJflTOX G W HARNEY W G A KV Lexington Ky S IlAlUtlSON OtV AfchlmnLKv Kv Â¬ DAY Â¬ Â¬ iugton t Nos 2 nnd n nmko connections nt Win Chester for points on the N N M V E D N Carries through cars from Cinein nntl to Middlesborough nnd Cumberland nun und nil intermediate stations and runs nre t This house has been recently refitted and Is nt nil times supplied with tho best in tho uiArket Rates reasonable Sample room attached and spe cial rates to commercial men Patronage i respectfully solicited ufllY The iiwtlv celebrated C6v Mrs LOU DAY Proprietress HOUSE Hazel Greek relurulshedand the table Â¬ dally H nnd tho best pencil in town nt Oc apiece h 4 vujwui nt 10 cent a 1i wi at thla oflico lUJijiuii nundozen -