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Digital page images are linked to the text file. lr T4 a Vt -- v SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor Hazel Green Herald Of a Noisy World With News From All Nations Lumbring ivtv 100 A - JA1 v M t jjtv at Hla Baolc YEAR Always n Advano 3tf SEVENTH YEAR vmmmmmmmmm HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY ICY FRIDAY NOVEMBER U7 1891 NUMBER WE DO THE STATE SUNSHINE AND SHADOW SrKATOit Gaiimhik luta arrived in Washington Oitv and will remain there until Congress convenes Tub hiinn growers of Jessamine Cotin ty have pooled against selling their hemp for less than o per 112 pounds A nbw Post oHJco lias boon rstublishcd at Sutherland Davics County and A I villi O Leach has hcen appointed Postmaster Ciiakmsy Taylor n clerk in u meat KH store tit Lexington has fallen heir to left 111 tn hy a deceased uncle in Owen Coun K Â¬ I it m3t fi TV J2 CLOTHING BUSINESS WrS8 IN CENTRAL KENTUCKY You can mnko your faro and at least 20 cr cent besides to come to Lexington and luy your Clothing GREAT FIFTY CENTS ON THE DOLLAR SALE CLOTHING We are going to mike woinc improvements in our store room after January 1st The contract in signed and scaled with the contractors consequently we are compelled to sell our stock or pack it away Wc pre- Â¬ fer selling it at a sacrifice of Lexington were last week lined 10K each in the Fayette Circuit Court for pool selling John Hammond n Simpson Conntv farmer being dlsgatlstied over the sale ot a tract of land committed suicide Friday by hanging daughter of Tub little Enoch Hlalr of Ilrcathltt County was accidentally burned to death by her clothing catching Are Wat R Dun n young man Hying near Willinore in Jessamine Couutv was accidentally shot and killed while takiIng n five-year-o- ld T Hollo way and Owen Farley 1 ri 4 I A W QLarMj t SUITS AND OVERCOATS for Men nnd Boys from ub Beside this wo offer you tho largest stock to select from that you can 6co anywhero If you cant come write and i niT TELL US WHAT YOU WANT and well send you samples to select from If goods dont suit that wo sell or send you KETUItN AT OUR EXPENSE If you want a suit mado to order ami cant come let us know nnd well scud you samples and measuring blank with di Â¬ rections to take your measuro and woli astonish you how cheap wo cau mako your clothes to order for you We sell wholesale and retail Â¬ loaded gun from his buggy Every suit of Clothes every Overcoat every Pair of Pants marked in plain figures We will just split them in half This means r0 cents on the dollar Ihc cheapest sale of fine ready made Clothing in Kentucky Our business is not conducted by fakes and guessing schemes The man thats selling watch chains on the street corner for 1 throwing in a watch just to show his generosity needs watching Uunco Bteerers Kazzle Dazzle tricksters and green goods Bharps always promise great returns from small investments In- Â¬ telligent minds are on to the racket and take no stock in such humbuggcry Tis value they want lloiiBirr Harlan claiming to be an ex Confederate soldier has been soliciting aid from the good people of Nichulasville and blowing ft in for dooms Lbxington is fast perfecting her sys tem of sewerage under the supervision of Engineer Corbin and it will soon be one of me uesi uniuicu iuuch hi me ovuiu The report is current that Col E Polk Johnson of Frankfort and Capt Sam Uaiues of Maysvllle will soon start a new daily paper at Lexington Shell he a humÂ¬ ONE PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE M KAUFMAN 54 East Main Street J M OO LEXINGTON KV KELLY President WM BRIGHT Secretary nnd Treasurer WHENEVER YOU VISIT LEXINGTON CALL ON THE mer 100 CENTS WORTH OF GOODS FOR 100 CENTS IN GASH Is what we give the people But at this sale OH THE DOLLAR I Dn A G Stitt cashier of tho Mil lcrsburg Deposit Hank died suddenly last Wednesday night Dr Stitt wus one of the oldest and most respected citizens of that place Lexington Foundry Go Office 99 EAST MAIN STEEET A man giving his name ns Johnson recently victimized three or four Nicholas ville merchants on forged checks to the tunc of 100 or more and they still mourn his absence Shop K U RAILROAD near 7th St STATE 100 CENTS WORTH AT 50 CENTS Every article in our establishment is ticketed at the lowest price possible The stamp of durability is on every garment If you have not dealt with us ask your neighbor who has We invite you to our store feeling assured that you will be pleased with our garments and satisfied with the matchless values wo offer L C STRAUS LEADING CLOTHIERS KENTUCKY LEXINGTON Ml V WHITES HAS Adams H B Ihidoks lato agent and cashier nt the Lonisville St Louis und Texas depot M0 in Owensboro is mysteriously absent and a PREPARED BY RICHARPSON TAYLOR MED CO STlflUIS shortage has been discovered in his account The shortage is said to he duo to wine and women r n711 W IB l3MI MM V limif lHIBr M IW1 UK JHJBk JI H4 VJk fimA iTMl A Joel S Head of Owen County hna been appointee by UoffeorHrowii ns Stew rr-T- ard of the FeebJclfncUitl Institute vice I KY The place in John W ItowlelkVmoved 12 volves the buviug of supplies etc and pays a salary of StOO SEATING CAPACITY John W Artkip Deputy Sheriff was Rocks New York Counts and Fresh Oysters at all seasons IUuo Points Saddle shot and killed at a corn husking party near Mobile Counts Hindman while trylig to take a pistol from Adolphus Artrip was Sherman Martin REGULAR MEALS seasonCENTS hand always n n shot and cut and Iteubeu Morgan is report Meals to order at all hours Delicacies of the State The most complete and modern kitchen in the w1 steYmint at- - ed to have been wounded the finest n the WYJ u Miller Improved KanKe nvi cook This John and Orlando Branham two pris- Â¬ oners confined In the Hurksvllle Jail firedÂ¬ their cell in the hope that they might es cape during the excitement The Jailers wife was In charge and refused to unlock their cell when they soon put out tho fire CREAM VERMIFUGE LED All WORM REMfcUIt riwzu yeak SOLD EVERYWHERE The Rowan Circuit Court adjourned Friday The Grand Jury returned MO in dictments John Keeton convicted of high way robbery in two cases was sent up for four years Esteh and Graham tho two incendia aries who iircd the town of Lancaster have been held to the Garrard Circuit Court in the sum of 800 each and in defuult arc safe in thd Lancaster Jail AuDiron Noiiman8 biennial report to the Legislature shows that there are 30 net revenue paying counties in tho State while 80 counties drew from thp Treasury more money than they paid Into it Mrs Lydia Sinton wife of Thomas It Sinton cashier of tho First National Hank of Louisville was fatally burned ot her home last week from nor clothing tak ing fire She died in a few hours A FIRE at Lexington Inst week de- Â¬ stroyed the Model Muehiue Works There were 1500 Little Wonder freezers and 300 sewing machine attachment destroyed The insurance will hardly cover all losses The Nicholasvillo Domocrat thinks Hon John II Welsh of Jcssnmine County will probably be made Chairman of the Hmise Committee as he is mike popular with the members of the new Legislature 1 Phil Kidd the well known live stock auctioucer will build u mile track on his near Midway and there Elkwood farm train his Hiring of racers under the Hiipervl sion of Dud Allen the well known trainer The Internal Itevcnuo appointments made for Kentucky last week are as follows Storekeepers and Gangers in the Fifth District Charles T Stewart and John W Ker rick Guuger for Second District John G Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ They are oneratlnir THE LARGEST FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP IN THE ciiHt of Louiuvillc All kinds of BOILER AND ENGINE REPAIRING SKILLFULLY DONE J M KELLY President the lowest LiviNa 1incES at Ofllco 09 EAST 6rFoundry on MAIN STREET K II RAILROAD - Lexington Ky The nnderHlgned dikes plensuro in announcing that they have just completed ar Â¬ rangements with the American Book Company that will enable him to sell the school liookH adopted ny tho Htnte Hoard ot Jmiu cation nt the following reduced rates VA Rays Nmv Flrht Arithmetic McCuflcys Small Primer 8 Revised Primer Necoud Arithmetic 17 50 Eclectic Speller Third Arithmetic 17 Key to same 50 First Reader 80 Second Reader 85 HIkIi Arithmetic 42 Kcv to samo Third Reader 75 it CO McGuflcys 1st Eoluotio Gcoaranhv 65 Fourth Reader ii u Koieeuo ucograpny 75 Fifth Reader l 10 3d Eelectio Geoirranhv 1 30 85 Sixth The above schooMiook publications of t ic American Book Company are wclLkhnwu standards and wo shall at all t Imos have a full supply on hand for sale to school officers teachers or pupils at the prices niiuiei Other school books published by the American Book Company 137 Walnut Street Cincinnati supplied at corresponding lov prices CO Haeel Green Ky J T DAY 41 GIEAFER SGI00I BOOKS Seeing is Believing And a good lamp fin llll ill i VI Â¬ EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED must be simple when it is not simple it is not good Simple Beautiful Goadthese 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 satand unbreakable Like Aladdinj of old it is indeed a wonderful lamp for its mar- Â¬ velous light is purer and brighter than cas licht softer than electric light and more cheerful than cither I Wa Look forthlMtnmp TiinKociiRSTHK Tfthe lamp ilcnlcr linn nt the unHln Rochester nuil the tyJe yon wnnt send to us for our new Illustrated catalogue nnd we will semi you n lump nfc1y by exprcus your choice of over StOUU varieties from the iMigtit lamp Store in he World -- jis 1 West Snort sxreex A Model Restaurant in Almost Every Feature 150 -- luiiiurawm jaiiiMiwaai tVIMrTON 26 l I -- 1 T Â¬ IIOUIIUSTUU LAMP Vi4 g CO 42 Park Place New York City The Rochester UNDERTAKER AND DKALKRIN HAZEL G1VEEN KY Â¬ WSevSx Sgi10 ni Hruco Trimble COFFINS CASKETS DINGFELDEH WITH J It Sharp TG KY Denton SHARP TRIMBLE DENTON J M ROBINSON Importers and Jobbers of CO Have now a complete line of Clothing Hats Boots Shoes and Gents Furnishing Goods Wo solicit an inspection of our goods and guaranteo prices satisfactory and articles as recommended Â¬ MT STERLING Near Beaver Lick Newton Oder And Trimmings of All Kinds and killed his brother Marion The trage Ihc dy was the result f an old quarrel -- T am preiiared to furnish on short notice and at low prices COFFINS OF ALL murdered man leaves a wife and three chil dren Oder surrendered himself but sub KINDS AND HI K8 from the cheapest to the very finest5 I can furnish coffins ekwtpr up I have a fine hareaMd sequently escaped and wus arrested in Indl than von cmi bay the trlinniiiigs Price of Coffins from will deliver colllns cheap una Â¬ shot DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS Nos 537 039 and 51- 1- Nine shote were exchanged between T Chief of Police Corbin and Asilstaut Chief MynrrRneemcntsHreNHch that I can fHralsh ThWUbwi or Andrews ut Howling Green on Thursday flVMyiQTHATirQ 1 U lyp l Monuments from any kind of Marble or Granite atl aVthe night of last week The trouble hud been 1 U JYj l W CKAVBif brewing between them for a year Corbin very lowest prices Vory repectfnly Ac got a wound In the arm uud Andrews re eclved a scalp wound FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS REPAIRED Pu -- Weat Main Street LOUISVILLE KY 1HlQMTAwkQTU oiupKroloir CCKIMI 1IU0 l3UuhtraBlorl Cwtof BOMiM HiipiniOD MlmTuliloiiHuiloMrjuiJ Bowd txul TlfltrilflbanrfTuBnikurilkllltl Ha lflllin fOUr MitlI JrifittB clKuUr aJlrf M WIIUUR R SMITH PtMf UEXIN UIUN IV T vniininvinLVULltutui nimuvini win KY LEXINGTON nana lAtapM unit Hut UHtinut Cktlligt It 0WIOtt4ullIB MMjM Wj kIY seitz WITH Thos Henderson Son wtrni vhaiK lf1ulturul smmss ASHLAND KY week fowr prisoners weru sentenced to the penitentiary viz Cal Dorsey Mil John Dun can for till tapping the hrst for one year Win Caycna knd the latter for iG mouth r for stealing one year job uhimjh with intent to kill one year are colored In the Fayctto Circuit Court last Â¬ wmm imtriitim w im Kimii wwijitflL VSomL mmSL mtfUAWy ETIu ITI AT THE MfAMT A aTJATmiWIMIII Jftlfjt WM IHWW lb uUmid PRINTING a ektra Happy and content It a fcowew lamp txWZtJJUB MTlwRc-- NBATIiY CHEAPLY and PKDMPTLY KXE ECUTEDATTHI8cOFFICE - ywr Mr r 1 as SPZXCEU COOPER PuWUbm wo are both old I shall hunt her up again and jjlvo it back to her and wo shall laugh together over tho mad dog episode Thero is melancholy satisfac- Â¬ tion in the prospect It Is a pretty lit- Â¬ tle triillo daintily embroidered in blue with her name in one corner TArotlora a sweet stately name Just suited to her This shall nover leave mo until I give It into her own hands When that time comes my hands will bo wrinkled and shaky and 1113 hair white her bluo eyes will be dim with years and her voico cracked bah what Is tho use of thinking of it I dont believe in fate but 1 believe In lovo at iirst sight Alt me Tames is staying a long time I told him to rido botli ways What a mercy it was that I did not carry out 1113 first plan of applying for information at the house In 1 ifth avenue to which they were going I should have looked a precious idiot I had made up 1113 mind to relate tho ear Incident in an oft haiid way and to describe the two ladles particularly the old one her soft whito hair and gray oyes and all that but anyone at least any woman would have seen that I was in love and would have taken infinite pleasure in enlightening me I thank my lucky stars that I did not go there but received another inspiration when within five yards of the house I took one more look at the capo and saw tliat it was quite new and had tho I makers naino inside the collar dashed over to thu elevated caught tho next train rode down town and 5 VI Hazel Green Herald w HAZEL OREEN i t KY pf 5 if aUHVcTCttkkkH akmi IA PI xr n7 U 1 N C A X h M ES soliloquizing in street car 1 dont believe in lovo ut first sight but I II O bo 1 1 e v o in I fate always r i r minutes ago I was on my way down town with thu ilxed intoii tion of going in that direction and no other yot hero I am riding up town with not the vaguest idea of stopping anywhere What induced me to change I have never my mind so Maidenly done such an erratic tiling before What lovely lovely eyes she ha Conductor Change cars for Thirty fourth street ferry Duncan ShaU I ehango cars Per Â¬ haps Id better A voice outside liananas Ten for a quartorl Put em up in a bag for yer Duncan No Ill stay where I am It is true I saw Sissy Tomkyns in this car as it passed me but I would never run three blocks for the pleasure of talking to him Much more likely to run the other way He is an un mitigated ninny everyone knows that I was immensely relieved when he got off the car Voico at tho window Ten for a Â¬ htivo believed in fate Ten TJJ fim quarter Duncan And then I got this seat directly opposite her How fortunate Was there over such a face And such beautiful hair The old lady must be her grandmother no I dont want bananas We were so near her when wo were hanging on that strap together I that she heard every word we said could sco that plainly Thats Tom Â¬ kyns one virtue he gives a person such opportunities for being brilliant Car goes on Voico in distance Ten quarter bag for yer Duncan Its fate thats clear It is a little dark in tho tunnel so now I can look at her without her knowing It I have nevor seen such a pretty profile nor such a lovely smile And what a soft sweet voice she has I could listen to it all dii3 The old lady seems to bo a sensible sort of party Why docs she not drop her fan or her handkerchief or do something to give mo a chance of making myself useful Conductor New Haven depot Duncan Nearly every one is getting off tho car A little trip in tho country would bo agreeable perhaps No Ill stay in town and go up tho avenue What is the old lady saying to her now Something about tho streets Old Lady Wo must not go too far up Dora You will have to ask the conductor Looks round anxiously Duncan raising his hat jpan I bo of any service madam Old Lady Thank you I want to know where No Fifth avenue is Duncan I am not qultu sure but I will ask tho driver Goes out on tho front platform Small Hoy in tho street Look out 1 iff vjy Cm ixsini our reached tho furriers shop just as it was closing up Tho proprietor was very obliging called up his men had the matter looked into and informed mo that a cape similar to the one I showed him had been made a week ago for a Mrs Charles Hotan Mar- Â¬ ried married Theodora He gave mo her address I shall leave onSnt urday and join mother and the girls in Hero is Tames Well Switzerland Tames Its all right sir Tho lutly described the cape exactly so I gave it to her She was very much obliged to 3ou and the gentleman gave me five dollars sir Duncan Yes very well Now I want you to pack my small trunk I am going to Europe And James about what ago is er the gentleman Mr Hotan Did ho seem to be a feeble delicate looking sort of man at all lames No sir I took him to be about thirty six or seven a little older than yourself sir 1 TtitXKD thi capk Duncan Yes against me Duncan Now go III Fate is Lady passengers scream and run out tho other door Dora Dont bo frightened grandma Wait for mo you will fall grandma Conductor Well I nevor seed such a stampede Passenger to Duncan Tho young lady dropped her cape There she goes you can catch her Duncan taking it and rushing out Fato is with me Duncan Holmes smoking in his room What a raco Ive had all tho afternoon with that fur cape 1 dis Â¬ tinctly saw hor and tho old lady getting into a eab and I ran blocks and blocks to catch thorn Thero was such a crowd in tho uvcnuo that I could hardly keep tho cab In sight I know it by tho blue curtain at tho back At last It stopped I cnino up breathless making my best bow tho door opened and two gentle Â¬ men got out There woro two cabs with bluo curtains and I had followed tho wrong one What a dilemma 1 was in I was determined to find her before mi advertisement for the capo appeared in tho paper for I would not relish go Â¬ ing to hor as If to claim twenty dol Â¬ I turned tho cape inside lars reward out hi hopo of finding Rome clow to tho owner and in tho little pocket wh u slip of papor with threo mom orauda written in a dolleato running hand Note paper milliner Charleys dippers How I envied Charley who- Â¬ ever he might bel Her brother I though uud ho was going to order lilt llpjrH a good kind sister There Mothlng ula in tho pocket except title lMindkerehief I have kept it as a 6vMii Tki rtcim bo no harm in Mfc N ttutft u tkat ijome day wheu 3 Small Hoy glcofully--Ther- o Mad dog mad dog for do dog Car stopsand frightened cur runs in ho goes t7 c Holmes in his mm ricd sis Â¬ ters drawingroom two years later It was certainly a strange coincidence to say the least Soon after reaching Ge- Â¬ neva I saw in a Now York paper tho death suddenly of Charles Hotan at tho address to which I had sent the fur cape Two weeks ago I came home and while attending an afternoon tea here at Margarets saw sitting in a I corner dressed in black Theodora went to 1113 sister and whispered Who Is she She returned in black Margie Oh that Is Dora Hotan Poor dearl she lias only just loft off hor crane You must meet hor she Is charming In another minuto wo were standing before her Marglo said hurriedly Dora this Is in3 brother Duncan Holmes You have heard me speak of him and then flew off to great a newcomer Ah wlrit a delightful half hour I passed talking to her listening to her voice and looking Into her eyes She Is not much changed though sadder than she was and I fancied once that she had a dim recollection of me but that Is hardly possible She did not speak of thu fur cape incident nor of her husband I have mot her twice In tho street since then and last Sunday I went Into ohuroh with her She promised mo she would bo here this evening ami he has kept her word Ills bister shows Dora in Dora 1 am early I see Good even Â¬ ing Mr Holmes aro wo tho iirst arÂ¬ rivals Duncan No there are several per sons In tho next room but It Is very comfortable here Dora I have uot been any whoro for so long that I feel quite strange Duncan Yet a muslcalu is not a for Â¬ Have this arm chair midable affair and I will take this one Now I want to toll you a secret Dora A secret Mr Holmes Duncan--Ye- s and to restore to you a piece of property of yours which ac- Â¬ cidentally cainq iuo iny possession two yearn ago andwhloh I have fe Â¬ loniously retained and concealed until bow Oh you ued Hot think this is a Â¬ Many a good soul gives herself great uneasiness upon being called into anew sphere of action either through in erotuo of ueaitli or through tho hus Â¬ bands election to olllee or because of promotion In any way or on occasion of a visit among those with whom tnteli Duncan Of 1110 Thank you Now social usage has rubbed away corners listen 1 caioo up towc to day in a what who street ear and as we reached the tun and angles and do It know just point at every how to 0JYI6T I09 nel 1 heard a familiar voico which gave to do and Â¬ All bach me a thrill of delight The words il and who she fears will either be mor Â¬ desaid were unpoetic and common placet tified by her Ignorance of the lessor every cent youo paid for it if it liananas ten for a quarter Put em tails or will scorn her ignorance and doesnt benefit or euro you A mcd up in a bag for yer In an instant 1 herself with il Hut she should tafo into hei view In icino that promises this is ono that seemed to see you sitting opposite me a sweet faced old lady at your side the first place that anyone who would promises to hcip you for not knowing She asked mo where No Fifth av Â¬ scorn her in the least etiquette is not But theres only ono medicine- of tho minor shades of enue was Do yon remember now A worth considering in the least and that ts can aml does promJSQ jt hunted dog ran through tlm car and i you vanished from my sight What is she is no more to be thought Itfl Dr- - Picrco8 Goacn MPnl Disi the matter There are tears in your for not knowing the details oMnshion able life than fashionable people would covery Its tho guaranteed remedy 03cs tho in 1 recollect Dora Yen it all It was be limited for not knowing the high for all Blood Skin and Scalp Dis tricacies of behavior among only a few weeks before 1113 great Chinese and that if fashionable people eases from a common blotch or great sorrow It Duncan Oh pardou me I did not were to visit her it is quite as likely as eruption to tho worst scrofula mean to grieve you so Hark the mu Â¬ not that they would show themselves cleanses purifies nnd enriches tho sic is beginning Shall we go into the to be unacquainted with the accepted blood invigorates tho system and proprieties in tho smaller ways of life other room Dora No thank 3011 we can hear Shu needs but to think of the wran- Â¬ cures Salt rheum Totter Eczema gling and confusion and resentment and Erysipelas and all manner of blood very well Are you fond of music Duncan Yes very That fellow heart burning which would follow 11 taints from whatever cause Great country funeral if a city person had plays well too Eating Ulcers rapidly heal under I am so glad 3011 thought dear come to conduct it without instruction Dora grandma had a sweet face It suited in order to see that every province lies its benign influence her character exactly I nearl3 died its own satrap and code of laws and Its tho best blood purifier and ita when I lost her and now 1 am quite that after all it is much tho ease of the mountain and the mouse in Mr Emer Â¬ tho cheapest no matter how many alone sons apologue 1 am shocked Duncan Is she dead doses aro offered for a dollar for Hut thero is an oxcecedingly ready to hear it J had no idea 3011 were in you pay only for tho good you get mourning for her Where op and short v113 out of every difficulty of Aside Nothing else is just as good as tho sort for if the embarrassed indi Â¬ earth is Hotan then vidual of whom we speak will take the j the Discovery Dora Your face shows 3011 are It may bo better grieved Thank 3011 I remember that trouble to reflect upon tho various for tho dealer But ho wantd Singing dicta of tho regulations concerning 3ou were very kind that day which she feels herself uninformed money and you want help begins That is a fine voice but 1 am and which have seemed to her 0113 a very tired of the song Are not 3011 trap and pitfall for the unwary she Duncan I do not know it will come to the conclusion that none Dora Not know Marguerite Duncan Yes yes of course Par Â¬ willinglj hamper themselves with use Â¬ don me I was thinking of something less or capricious rules which would onl3 involve their own discomfort and I am glad we are not to have an Â¬ else other verse It is time I restored the that it is therefore to be supposed that rest of 3our property to 3011 This every one of these lesser details lias handkerchief has been all over Europe snrung into being to answer a need to make things easier to spare peoples 11 with me 1 have been afflict- feelings prejudices or exertions That Dora Did I drop it in the ear Hut Biliousness ed with biliousness no 3ou have made a mistake It is she must not break an engagement to dine let us st3 is not simply because Constipation and constipation not mine for fifteen years Duncan Not jours I found it in she must never break aii3 promise but first one and then doing so will disarrange Stomach because the poclcet of 30111 fur cape and it has tho whole affair and make awk another prepara- 3onr name Look Theodora wardness and inconvenience for Pains tion was suggested Dora Indeed you mistake My name those that have been so kind tome and tried but is Dorothea as to ask her to their table That on Duncan I do not understand At last a friend Did to no purpose not 1113 servant go to yonr house in calling ceremoniously on one member recommended August Flower I of a household who is so either temSeventieth street took it according to directions and Dora No he could not have donor porarily or permanently she should its effects were wonderful reliev- so for I have always lived in Madison leave her card or ask for the lady who ing me of those disagreeable is the head of tho house oven if quite avenue stomach pains which I had been indifferent as to whether she sees her Duncan Hut he saw 3our 30111 troubled with so long Words or not is not he command of an idle Mr Hotan pieee of hypejrisy but is to be done cannot describe the admiration Dora Who eau you mean I have no botli because the courtesy is due to the in which I hold your August brother and my father has been dead person wliose threshold is crossed and Flower it has given me a new for ten 3ears lease of life which before was a Duncan Hut but doyou mean to say because ic makes tho circumstances you did not lose 30111 fur cape that easy for the person on whom the call is burden Such a medicine is a ben- Â¬ really made avoiding any disturbance day I hat she may not refuso efaction to humanity and its good Dora Mr Holmes I assure 3011 l or jealousy qualities and nevor lost a fur cape for 1 never had an invitation from one and accept it wonderful mer Jesse Barker one I begin to understand now Tho from another is not a rule for the arbi- Â¬ 110 auuuia uc lady who sat next mo in the car had trary curtailment of her liberty and Printer made known to pleasure but is 0110 made for tho sake one on her lap of sparing the sensibilities of tho one everyone suffe- Â¬ Humboldt Duncan I see I see I was on a Â¬ wild goose chase Hut tell me what whose invitation is not accepted In- ring with dyspe- Â¬ deed we might go through tho whole psia or biliousness Kansas is your name Margie called 3011 Dora list of tho tilings to be done and GG GREEN Sole ManfrWoodburyjNJ Jiotan to be done and although one might Dora Hero is my visiting card in her not bo appalcd by their extent and number card basket Look yet upon searching into them one Duncan Miss Dorothea Houghton would find a single authority con Miss Dorothea Houghton Mm Well troled themthat 32W tho authority that is be well what an absurd mistake 1 made hind all good F0RU COO manners the authority LADIE9 the Golden Rule They are tho finest ladies they aro tho gentlemen most Dm ir rr ruLiut MjHmIS 200o175 without reproach in relation to man- Â¬ it EOR BDYS Z5D8a25 ners whoso whole behavior is modeled l A IW only upon the intotion of doing to others hWr 175 Z00 ffT iTiili FOR what they would have others to do FOR ru QE3 them Tho old Stagirlte said how many mnl centuries ago that manners were tho lesser morals and our friend who fears for herotiquetto on coining into new cenItPByien meridians will meet most of its essen- Â¬ tial requirements by always remain bur THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY iug to do that which would be most GEXTUBMEN and LADIES save your do lam They L Douglas Shoes agreeable to othorsmost delicately con meet bv wonrliiff the wants 0 all classes and most siderate 01 ino reelings and the least rconomlcnl fnntvnr At nfrnil nro tho tint mnnrr likely to hurt or wound or mortify or Jewnro dealers who offer other makes os bo Kood nml o you Iavo W I JR i Doul nsf mm wiii tmmo n on uiuM iinrncrs ifaznr 1 Â¬ I joke it is solemn truth lluvo yoii forgotten Dora Have I forgotten what Duncan That wo met twoyears ago you and There is recollection writ Â¬ ten In your oyes but you do not quite place hie Dora I thought I had seen 3011 be fore and heard yon talk Only yester Â¬ day I was thinking Â¬ THE A SCIENCE Inn OF MANNERS Simple Itulo for t on All Social Occii tat Â¬ i August Flower Â¬ 1 sm hM - Â¬ Tlj tn350 11 W L MASiorvtjmnmmmms DOUGLAS S3 SHOE J18 sTr 011 Seclnj Where have you been Mr Duly naked Mrs Duly us her husband plowed his way to his sent beside her in the vow I Irhiul bottom tV I Insist TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE UH Douclas llroctton Jlass local advertised dealers supplying you ELYS Ilecn out o see a friend Poes your friend keep a distillery IS 1VOHTII Was thero ever such a stupid Sissy No replied Duly placing- his hand Tomkyns himself could not have done to his mouth worse Let mo explain from tho be Â¬ Does lie lceop a cigar store WAVFEVFrw TOANYTIAN ginning MH I HW Not Unit I know qf Dora Dark A duet Maybe lie is 11 school teacher und car- Woman or Child Tenor sings ries chalk around with him For oiio brief spuco we inot Buffering Tram Duly brushed a dabli of billiard clmlk 1 looked on thee mil loved and lovcl thee tfg oft his clothes and said nothing Duncan That is just my case Sft 3 Or does ho run a spice mill Dora It is not polite to talk during UA lie still cant you Maria said Not a Liquid orSnuff the singing AV FEVER J Tho curtain h Duncan For two years I have loved Duly in desperation PPiicu into icnnoxtr lunii iDnroo you hopelessly Dora Dorothea What ffoine up 11V UltOIlIKKS M Wnrron St tcwYo Jhit ho didnt leave her again during say you ran st out tho evening Wasp Dora Hush sh Listen RADICAL WRONGS Soprano sings Iltime Miwln SKOUKT WANT to Tri theater uki am mm CatarrH mtmm 500 mm Â¬ GflTflO ga Y Loolc look tn mlno eyes And iinlc und utile no more Proverb paper Tho Kind Ho Paid For Longhair Do 3ou pay for poetry Editor Yes whenever I buy a volume of Shakcspoaro or Longfellow I Rlwnya pay tho price less the usual trade dis- Â¬ count llrooklyn Eagle Miss l Smlthson in Leslies News Â¬ o1iSnLs --- t- in TUK PRECEPTS and PRACTICES ov Silence is golden but not when vm shako your pocket CIVILIZED MAN IljrJ UIISOV lh When thou shootcst aim at tho mark Newark New Tork J l0 rolu remarkable work It trts of I and lay tho blamo on tho gun wrongwrontri uv fo Ho that wulkoth from tho stern of the 2fVmoclfrJ1 umiuallr plain ami oilier man and forcible vessel to thu bow to hurry tho voyago writ rtMlrnutlllu nriiUIon Adilrv thvllTHOK lrlit Ulh Ut Hi pti 10 U 0 gains but little timo--Kti- to PENSIONS B1 K disabled tlfeeforh Field M aituingtoa 1 pr fl AKSgfe528 CUUaaU 0 trr r Xfij f f i fjf f V ti MR and betweon tho banks crowded with a fountain tosses in tho sun Even tho tf Q0MB3 florae tho story of cmplrca ruins linvo been ruined and all thot ro According to tho lead pencil marks mains nro chips of marble snuil plecos CAMPTOlf XT Sstrocm TlmtWno Evor Twiatod in my Ulblo it was Thanksgivlng dny of fractured bculpturo and splintered Ju Godo Sunshine S 8 COMBS FaorxiXTtx morning November 2S ISSi that with human bones Hero anil there u letter my family and friends wo stepped of somo elaborate Inscription A too Tho patronage ef tee trareliag aUIi W to tlt Crynlul Crnilln of expired under Neros anathema From aboard tho steamer on tho Nile KjiNillriil AUt The or cor of n statue that onco reapeotfully aoliclted Table the tat here the ship sailed that left laul and ly jiosrs Siiinon by Kov T DMVUt vary attention fsr the cewfert ef Mohammedan tJiecrsw struggling in tho breakers of sounded by call to prayers hod been had stood in niche of palaceÂ¬ Tulmusc I I the priests of that religion wall Ezcklel prophesied its blotMel it n lompeys Pillar is here about RED 1CELLAM tho Muezzins from tho 400 mosques of ting out and tho prophecy has been - Dr Tnlinitro last Sumlny prcnchcil one hundred feet high its base sur Â¬ Cairo as the cry WITH 1 said toour party Uido on Jod is fulfilled went out Sailing IP ino Nile tho second rounded by so much filth and squnllor i I bear witness that there is no great and dont wait for me And as I From I was glad to escape into an air that Fcrtnon of tho series entitled M S TIMMOND8 1 God but God bear witness that Mo Â¬ stood thero alone the city of Memphis Pyramids to tho Acropolis or Wlmt was breathable the hammed is the npostlo of God Cotno In the glory of past centuries returned 1 frypt and Greece Conflrnia- I Siiw in This tower was built in honor of to II II Come to salvation And I heard the rush of her chariots iuh text was Diocletian for sparing tho rebellious God prayers ton 01 me cuTipiurcs is irrcot Thcro is no oth- - and tho dash of her fountains and tho PORTSMOUTH O The Klver Is Mino p8ly Ezclciel sxls 0 ucr Having declared that ho j cr but God uiuuus Prayers ore better conviviality of her palaces ond sow tho Have Muilo it and I woimi maice the blood run to his than sleep Tho sky and city nnd drunken nobles roll on the floors of fir SALARY 2f PER WEEK WtHPltK Aha Jin is tnc river xsile A brown nwioun niu ra unci lf norse leu witli palm groves jus and shipping wero bathed mosaic yvhilo in startling contrast Wanted Good Agbnt8 to skll ov or vcllow or silver cord on which are him into tho blood and his amid nil tho I of a t liuiiW mori5 1owtll of thrilling interest dened he tyrant took it forknees red in tho light It wasItnot much ofbo craft- sayv Pharaoh regalities into tho place of gcneiul l1nh of mkr0handi8b n granted that wo boarded peddling look up Above salary will the hailwould not t than on any river that ever twisted in mot was a sign he should stop the mas- - cd on any of our rivers with any rap aged rustle Jacob the shepherdface Â¬ paid to livd agent for 3tubn sayIt ripples through tho inivic- iiiiu niMiee mis eominemoratlve ture of admiration tho sunshine rilEU INFORMATION ADDRESS It fortunately had ing How old art thou and Hushes in the pillar to his mercy This is tho city to I Jioolc of Ezekicl Hut back to tho Nile and on nnd up CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO but little speed for twice wo ran and Isaiah which Omar IJoolcs of Deuteronomy 1 178 W Van Huron St Ohioacjo III till you reach Thebes in Scriptures r and Zachnriah and Nullum and on its mosques and came after building 100 aground and tho sailors jumped into called the City of No Hundred gated destroying J000 temples the water and on their shoulders push Â¬ baults stood tho inighties of many and ii000 villages and castles Yet ed her out Hut what yacht of gayest Thebes A quadrangular city four MATLO0K lngcs It was tho crystal cradle of riding in on a camel with a sack of sportsmen what deck of wrm swiftest ocean miles from limit to hunt Four great HENRY Closes ann on us nanus nary mo rer corn a sack of figs and a wooden plate queen could give such thrill of rapturo temples two of them Karnlck and If ngee carried the infant Jesus To find all that he had kent for himself and as a sail on the Nile Tho pyramids in Luxor once mountains of exquisito - the liirthplaee of this river was the fas GO MCMILLAN HAZEN the diet to which ho had limited him- Â¬ sight tho remains of cities that aro sculpture and gorgeous dreams solidi and defeat of expeditions with self for most of the time was bread and now cinalion Statue of Ilamcses only a name tho villages thronged fied in stone WHOLESALE Lout number Not many years ago Iiay water Was there ever in any other with population Hoth banks crowded II 887 tons in Weight and seventy tlvo nrd Taylor our great American traveler man a commingling of elements so with historical deeds of forty or sixty feet high but now fallen and scat- Â¬ binee tolumbus lirst looked strange so weird so generous so centuries Oh what a liook tho Ulblo tered Walls abloom yvith the battlewrote BOOTS AND I upon han tsaivanor inc earui lias but cruel so mighty so weak bo religious is when rend on tho Nile fields of centuries Tho surrounding folic emotion oi iriumpu ieiL lor nerois- - so fanatical As yvo slowjy move up the majestic hills of rock hollowed into sepulchors KNOXVILLE TENN nosnli and that she reserves for him In this city was the greatest female river 1 see on each bank tho wheels on tho walls of yvhich are chiseled in hho shall nrst drink from tho fount- lecturer the world ever Â¬ bow Hypatia the pumps the buckets for irrigation picture and hieroglyphics tho confirmaains of the Whito Nile under the snow lint the lessons of virtua that she and see yvith his foot on tho tion of Uiblo story in regard to tho fields of Kilimanjaro Clio above coode are handled by J iiut the dis taught were obnoxious and so they treadle of a a man yvheel that fetches up tho treatment of the Israelites in Egypt so CO Hazel Qrceu Ky covery ot tnc sources oi tno iNile ly dragged her through tho streets and yvuter for a garden and then for the that as explorations go on yvith tho jiiost people was considered an impossi- Â¬ scraped her flesh from her bones with yvulls qf these sepulchors be Â¬ lirst time I understand that passage in work the bility The malarias the wild beasts sharp oyster shells and then burned the Deuteronomy yvhich says of tho Israel- Â¬ como commentaries of tho Ulblo the the savages tho nncllm liable steeps fragment of the massacred body And ites after they had pot back to Etrvpt Scriptures originally written upon tho vast distances stopped all the ex here dwelt Cleopatra pronounced to The land yvhither thou goest in to pos parchment here cut into everlasting peditions for ages An intelligent na bo the beauty of all time although if sess is not as the land of Egypt from stone Thebes mighty and dominant it tive said to Sir Samuel V 1 alter and her pictures are correct I have seen yvhenco ye come out where thou sow 500 years wife as they were on their way to accom 1000 women in lirooklyn more attrac- Â¬ edst thy seed and yvateredst it yvith thy Then she yvent down in fulfillment of plish that in which others had failed tive and she was as bad as she was foot Ezelciels prophecy concerning the City Then I understood how tho land Hive nn the mad scheme of the Nie said to bo handsome Queen con could bo yvatered yvith tho foot How of No yvhich yvos another name for I will execute judgment 6onree Tiow would it be possiblo for a quercss and spoko seven languages do you suppose I felt when on the deck Thebes in AND lady young and delicate to endure what although it would have been better for No I yvill out ofT the multitudes of of that steamer on tho Nile 1 looked oil would kill tho strongest man Give it tho world if she had not been able to No Jeremiah also prophesied Thus canal W Iut the work went on until speak any Julius Ciesar conquered upon tho yvhich and ditches and sluicesÂ¬ saith the Lord I will punish tho multi Â¬ irrithrough tho Holds aro vSpeke and Grant and linker found the the world This city of Thobes and yet she conquered Julius gated by that river and then tudes of No Nos 131 138 RACE STREET nil tho other dead cities of Egypt iter fiwa lakes which are the source of what Ciesar read in Isaiah The burden of iwas called the White Nile and bap ate and reiterato tho veracity of tho lint Alexandria fascinating for this or Eg3pt tho river Miall bo yvasted and CINCINNATI O tized these two lakes with tho names that thing nccording to the taste of tho dried up and they shall turn tho rivers Scriptures telling the same story of Victoria and Albert These two visitor was to mo most entortaining far awny and tho brooks of defense yvhich Moses and tho prophets told rlakes filled by great rain falls and by because it had been the site of the shall be emptied and dried up and Have you noticed how God kept THE KRUSE S BAHLMAM accumulated snows from tho mount greatest library that the world evor they shall be broken in tho purposes back these archiuologlcol confirmations tains pour their waters laden with the fact thereof all that make sluices and of the Uiblo until our time yvhen the fagricultnral wealth such as blesses no saw considering not been that the art ponds for fish invented of printing had That Thanksgiving air is full of unbelief about truthfulness other river on down over the cataracts Seven hundred thousand volumes and morning on the Nile I found my text of the dear old book He waited unIon between frowning mountains on til the printing press had been set up in all the work of slow men Hut down it of to day Pharaoh in this chapter is kbetween cities living and cities dead the all went under the torch of the besiegers compared to the dragon of hippopota Â¬ its perfected shape and yvorld submarine HWOHPAHY- Ton for 1000 miles and through a contiyvas intel destroyed again liullt mus suggested by the crocodiles that cable yvos laid and the Huilt again and nent again but the Arabs came along for used to lino tho banks of this river ligent enough to appreciate tho testl 11 15 and 17 West Poarl Street Uut the White Nile would do little for its final demolition and tho 1000 baths Thus soith tho Lord God Heboid I 1110113 and then Ho resurrected tho dead fKgypt if this were all It would keep of CINCINNATI O tho city wero heated with thoe am against thee Pharaoh the King of cities of the earth and commands them Its banks and Egypt would remain a Open your long sealed lips lasting six Egypt tho great dragon that lieth in saying fuel volumes the Memphis and Thuhesl desert Iiut from Abyssinia thcro comes months and wero ever fires kin- the midst of his rivers which hath said and spealc it 1iat is called tho IJlue Nile which dled Is tho Hlble true True responds at such fearful cost What holo- 1113 river Is mino own and I have made Memphis iuTlio wholesale trndo of though dry or nearly dry half tho year causts of the worlds literature and Thebes Habylon Is tho tueky ia respectfully solicited Eoatera Kea yvill put hooks in What it for myself Uut I Binder tremendous rains about tho mid True responds How many of thy jayvs and I yvill causo tho fish of liook of Daniel true martyrdom of books Hnbylon Ruins of Palestino and Line of lu no rises to great momentum them have gone down under the rage th rivers to stick unto thy scales and THE fand this lilue Nile which dashes with I yvill bring thee up out of the midst of y3yrla is tho Now Testament true of nations True respond tho ruins all the yvay sadden influx into the White Nile Qnlj one book has been able to with thy rivers apd all tho fish of thy rivers which in conscquenco rises thirty feet stand tho bombardment and that has shall stick unto thy scales and the from Joppa to the Dead Sea and from innd their combined waters inundate gono through without smell of fire on land of Egypt shall bo desolato and Jerusalem to Damascus What a mercy pvgypt with a rich soil which drops on the No sword or spear or muskot yvosto and they shall know that I am that this testimony of yvhen dead cities its lids should come at a time the Uiblo all the fields and gardens as it is con- Â¬ for its defense An unarmed Now the Lord becauso he hath said the river is especially assailed And this yvork G0MFANY2 ducted by ditches and sluices and canals Testament Old Testa is mine and I have mado it An unarmed yvill go on until tho veracity ami divinevcry whither The greatest damage ment Yet invulnerable and triumph- Â¬ stopWliile sailing on tills river or ity of the Scriptures yvill bo ns thatcver came to Egypt came by the dry ant There must be something super- ping at one of the villages yvo sco puo to all sciiEiblu men and women certain as that Wholesale DryGoods hig up of tho llivcr Nile and the greatest natural about Notions it Conqueror of books pie on tho banks yvho verify tho Uiblo blessing by its healthful and abundant Monarch of books All tho books of all description for they are now as they tyvo and tyvo innko four as that an isllov The famine in Josephs time the ages in all the libraries outshone yvero in Uiblo times Shoes aro now osceles trlanglo is one that has two of 101 101 and 105 W Fourth Street came from tho lack of sufficient inun- Â¬ by this one book which you and I can taken off in reverence to sacred placos its sides equal as that tho diameter of n circlo is 11 lino drayvn through tho from tho Nile Not enough Nle carry to church in a pocket dation So me Children carried astride tho mothers is drought CINCINNATI O Too much Nile is freshet thought amid tho ashes of Alexandrian shoulder as In I hi gars time Women center and terminated by tho circum South Side us certain as 0113 mathematiand plague yvith profusion of joyvolry us yvhen llo ference libraries cal demonstration f The rivers of the earth are tho mothers Hut all aboard the Egyptian rail becca was affianced Lentils shelled of its prosperity If by some convulsion train going up the banks of the Nile into the potagc as yvhen Esau sold his QUEEN VICTORIAS MEMORY lf0f nature the Mississippi should betak Look out of the window nnd see those birthright to get such a dish The sumo Â¬ en from North America or the Amnkneeling for tho imposition of habitsof salutation as yvhen Joseph and An Kxnmplo of Ilur Miijciitj s Methodical ion from South America or tho Danube camels Wnjr load And I think wo might tako his brethren fell on each others necks lifrom Europe or the Ycncsei from Asia their It Is said that Victoria has n yvonder from them a lesson and instead of try Â¬ Courts of law hold undor big trees ns in -- rwlmt hemispheric Still ing to stand upright in our own olden times People making bricks yvith ful memory and can retain thousauds calamity thcrc nre other rivers that could ferbecomo conscious of our out strayv compelled by circumstances of faces as well as the pedigrees of all Our strength tilize and save these countries wooknoss and need of Divine help be- Â¬ to use stubblo Instead of straw Fly of Englands nristocracy the yvholo of own continent is gulchcd is ribboned fore wo tako upon us tho heavy duties ing over or standing on tho banks as Gcrmunys reigning families the exact is glorified by innumerable water- of the year or the week or the day and in Scripture days aro flamingoes os layers of everything in a chest of courses Hut Egypt has only one great tho burden We meet pro- Â¬ preys eagles pelicans herons cuckoos drawers locked up a twelvemonth ago Iriver and they are harnessed to draw so kneel for cessions of men and beasts on tho way and bullfinches On all sides of this and every civility or slight offered to V Jill the prosperities of realms and acre- Not 74 and 70 Main Street days work but alas for the river sopulchcrs villages of sepulchors Prince Albert during twenty two years w seml infmito What happens to the from their which the poor Inhabitants cities of scpulchers nations of sopul- Â¬ of happy married life As an examplo 4H homes to CINCINNATI O NTie hnnnens to EcvnL The nilome- - nro going For the most part hovels of chcrs and one is tempted to call it an of her methodical ways an English so- Â¬ II Mr was to mo vorv sutrircstivo as wo sayv such a ciety journal quotes her as saying to on j an mud Hut thcro is something in tho empire of tombs I nover cnt up and down its damp stone stops thoroughly enlists us 1 1 is the place as Egypt is for graves And now attendant MEYEJl lid saw the pillar marked with notches sceno that Yon yvill take this key and the mo GUS WITH novelty of wretchedness and a sceno of yvo understand tho complaining sarcasm g just how high or low arc the rags For thousands of of tluIsraclites yvhen they yvero on tho inont you arrive at tho castle you yvill pieturesquo Hocauso ask for the chief ushur of the bock inters of tho Nile vears this land has been under a very yvay from Egypt to Canaan when the Nile Is rising four criers damnation of taxos Nothing but there aro 110 graves In Egypt hast thou stairs and the deputy comptroller of every morning run through the city an- bed rooms Under their in tho wilder0 JOtlDERS IN 0 Christian civilization will roll back the takon us away to dlo bank come the the front escort you yvill proceed to a nouncinr how mnnv feet tho river lins influences which aro spoiling the ness Down tho river risen ten feet fifteon feet twenty feet gold handled mahogany ward- Hardware Agricultural Impltminfs There aro gardens and buffalo and tho cattle or king to drink largo in 4wcnty four feet and when tho right Egyptians they belong to tho rulers the llght bluo dressing room And it yvos tho ancestors of these cattle robe palaces but n9Bht of water is reached tho gates of thot inspired Pharaohs dream of tho and then open it From a bunch of OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS STOVE CO About hero under tho valiant Murad loan kino ond the fat kine MALTA PLOWS FOSTER K canals are liquid hc3s hidden away undor tho dresser on llunironcn and the who are tho finest COOKS MILLS EVAPORATOR Mid refreshing lionnilletlon yvhilo for tho lower shelf yvay back to tho loft is nro- - Hey the Mamelukes world came llko a Hero yve disembark 11 little CHAMPION REAPERS MOWER8 horsemen in all the then open tho smallest jounced on all tho laud STODDARD AND ACME HARROWS Napoleons army but Memphis off from the Nllo to tho select tho at presentaim placed on tho top As WO star tvlinrn tlm Kilo Pirmtles hurrlcano upon DOORS AND SASH A SPECIALTY Memphis founded by tho first yvorkbox beaten back by tho French right tato the Mediterranean sea wo behold they were time king of Fgypt and for a long yvhilo the shelf to the right You take out an Not 110 St 112 Second Street fiercest battles of all IR0NTON OHIO other bunch of keys and tho largest 9y Wonderful fiilHllmnnf of nrnnhecv in one of the A city of marble and gold Then the Mamolukcs turned their capital of tho Pharaohs 0ty nineteen size belongs to the middle drawer in iTho NUo in verv ancient times used to the other way andindes Home seven mouths As tho great river horses heads in circumference Vast colon- the qhest opposite the wardrobe In DO YOU WANT TO SAV neration bncked them against tho rench miles through yvhich imposing proces- Â¬ this you yvill find the celebrated miniatproachcd tho son it entered the sea men nades ture of his luto royal highness at the PROM 25 to CO CENTS ON EVBRY tt seven ditTerent places Isaiah proph troops hopingoftho horses won in Hero fctood tho Temple tho French regiments sions marched out 1 age of one yvhich I have just decided to DOLLAR YOU SPEND I bo WRrm The Lord shall utterly destroy the life falling again plunged of the Sun itsolf in brilliancy a sun lend You yvill then rcarrnttgo all those FOR OUR ILLUBTRATKD CATALOUs Tho Mamelukes tongue of tho Egyptian sea and op by another sun Memphis in the into this Nile nnd were drowned dead shone over a thousand one hundred keys in oxact order as you found them CONTAININO ILLUSTRATIONS AND rRIOli auBinlto it in tho seven streams power MAWUFAOTUKRD IX OF KVKRVTIIINO for days fishing out tho ofactis thoy arc nil destroyed but French of tho Mamelukes to get ho years or nearly ton times as long ns the being euro to replace the right bunch TUB UNITKD StATM AT MAMUyAOTO Iloro is a in tho box Then proceed straight to KRS PRICKS V0 and Herodotus said theso two re bodies Nopo United States have existed bodies 10000 ILLUSTRATION iuinL are artWSiJnL Iln tho Nile wo valuables npon their seventy five feet London yvith the miniature When ALL LIXES R1PRWIRKTKD OiTALOAUS t of these Mamolukcj recumbent statue safely deposited you must telegraph to Mtll co ntirt nf Mi wnv liv I Vvntlnn con at the daring long Uronved gateways A necropolis VAILED 7RKK ON APPLICATION Could I hove U train Here that effect and return yvithout further and then by boat and then wo exclaimed horse to the 1 rench in called tho Haven of tho Hlest ADDRBM Chicago Poet Mamelukes U understand Hero Pha- Â¬ delay myself Joseph yvos prlmo minister CHICAGO GENERAL 8UPFLY 00 why tho llible gives have reckoned Â¬ promjuoneo to this river which fontry I would No 171 Warr Va Bckk Bt raoh received Jacob All possible splenThere are plenty of people who of tho world Mhe largest river of all tho earth with master built up in this royal city know how to make money and how to CHICAGO JLI h is one of the dors were This ride along the Nile rides of all llosoa Ezokiol Jeremiah and Isaiah waste it but few who knew hew U train we must take a look at Alex- - most solemn and impressive j spend it Uncle Keek deepen speak of It as something wonderful lifetime and our emotions jwia It was founded by Alexander Never did I visit a city yvith sueh w A Min my be doing wmi who i mm wcat ad was once theJscw York Sft curtain of we shall not be sat altd cxpactatlons and never dkl my orereowlug adverse iMHwHfpir surroundings Hut 2 larI tho London of tho world anticipation di w rlat Not a pll7 pa 10 WM until wo can tak a ship and hot lunbreV Mot palaces fountains cordons wondrous viUn tUmO iljit out upon the U archl- V ami efflorescent with J sweetness THrt MVER NILE nnd Edcnic grandeur and Apollos tho eloquent whom in New Testament times somo people tried to make u rival to Paul lived here Here Mark tho author of the second book of the New Testament tcctural u v fM F Wholesale Grocers 1 1 I nt - T - - -- A JT Â¬ SHOES f Â¬ Â¬ ilitlllll Chmm MARKS BROS MARKS mouse Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HARDWARE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ GEO W MAIPIN Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ GROSSMAN SCHLETJTKER CO v- Â¬ Ml Â¬ Â¬ Saddlery and Harness 111 I A i -- - -- Â¬ WMKERRG0 J Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i -- M V fws wmrnmtif cruS Hr ou4 s IJ f ft TT- - Hazel Gbeen Herald SPENDER COOPER - - - Editor MORGAN COUNTY 1T W a - 251 3ES The low price of the Uaaku Green places it within the reach of every one that wants to lead or use It Why not subscribe pay for and read it We should not expect anything from something in which we have no interest Herald CitizeiisNfltioiifllBflijk WINCHESTER KENTUCKY Wo find in Ifc f HAZEL GREEN KY Friday - Nov 27 1891 BRIEF EDITORIALS AND NEWS NOTES short articles one headed A Sensible View of tho Situation tlu other one They are Some Important Truths Undoubt Â¬ worth one years subscription edly you are right Our fellow townsman W W Swango had the misfortune to lose his beautiful nntfmrn Imino liiMt TiipmIiiv morninc bv fire with most of his household goods also his meat house with contents Tho supposition is a defect in the Hoe the JjOss about cause i0 insured for K0 The timely arrival of the bucket brigade saved his old store house from the same sad fate Miss Lulu Jones is still very low with fever and not expected to live W I NO LESS Nov 2JJ The Herald of Nov 20 two PAID UP CAPITAL Ml fe- cl iiffft 17500000 WASH MILLER PRESIDENT W Many counties in Kansas hnvo had no rain sinro July nnd tho drought Imh delayed plowing ho that the winter wheat is far below tho average of laat year HJ j tho Third Indiana District thinks IlooKit Wliltu Ollk VVhlttllliKH Q MiiiiH tho Texas Congressman and Married at the residence of the author of tho Mills Bill will be elected brideB father G B Allen Miss Ida r r i i ill a i Speaker of tho Fifty second Congress ooui mieu u innomas xv itiay 11- oi mis place Thev were attended by Harry Chicago Socialists indorsed n letter Jones and Miss Dora Lacy C P May read by Thomas 0 Mono an Sunday and Miss Lillio Allen The knot being declaring that hereafter there should not tied by Rev Renny Maxey in his genial good natured style all the parties immebe any connection between their crowd diately left for the home of the crroom and the Anarchists Uncle Allen Muys where there was an excellent reception awaiting then- FoktYFivk families of farmers from turn of tho prodigal the fattest tho German border of Itussta number turkey being cooked nnd all other things ing about ICO persons arrived in New of tho culinarv art in proportion The you MR couple has York Sunday en route to South Dakota their shadows may our best wishes that1 never grow less and to form a settlement that their troubles may be little ones John B and Wnllis Millard of FiVK Italians ranging in ago from 20 Bloomington havo bought the steam mill 1 to 30 years have been arrested at Jack at the mouth of White Oak from W C ffll ibF I IP H WSm UlrTOi son Term They had four pistols and Lacy for 1200 and will remove it to Mill thrco razors and are supposed to belong Bloomiuirton in the near future men will please take notice that this to the Now Orleans Mafia place will be a first class location for a steam mill for sawing grinding cardiur Kansas was visited by a severe snow etc Ve hope somo energetic man will storm Saturday night Snow was three take advantage of this and come at once inches deep on a level and badly drifted The physicians of Morgan County by n blizzard blowing ut the time West organized an association at West Liberty from Atchison the storm extended 100 last Saturday to be held once a month in the county nnd to be known as the Med miles ical Association of the Physicians of The Methodist General Missionary Morgan County The physicians of ad- Â¬ joining counties are cordially invited to Committee in session at Cleveland last week voted 24000 for the purchase attend Alex Patrick and his daughter Miss and improvement of missionary proper Â¬ Ada who have been visiting at ths ty The total sum of money for the dis place Bloomington etc left for their posal of which the committee voted is home at May town this morning 1222000 Died from henri failure at her m home near this plnccon the 18th inst The Postmaster General is said to be wife of Jerry Perkins leaves a husband putting the finishing touches on his an- and three children nual report to Congress and he will E P Gates has moved into the doubtless explain how tho increased de- Widow Taulbees property at this place ficiency in postal revenue which amounts Born to the wife of Frank Conley to over 7000000 was incurred in im- Â¬ a girl Byron Nov 2 proving tho mall service From Jooi Kutmvii Texas Akout 400 Postal Clerks met at Kan Â¬ Mr Editor Will you please give me sas City Mo last week and effected an space in your valuable paper for a short organization to be known as the National letter We live eight miles north of Railway Clerks Association tho object Georgetown Farmers are about through of which is to securo the passage of a bill picking cotton and have started their through Congress increasing the pay of plows for another crop We are having tino weather Health tho clorka nnd providing pensions for I hear of no chills nor is good in Texas fever Water is Watches retailed at wholesale prices them t not as cold as it is in Kentucky but it is Call or write for anything in the as glass be The Central Labor Union of Nash clearlimestone and pure and healthy has ing Mrs Henry Millard ville Tenn lust wcok adopted resolu Â¬ a girl 7 years old who weighs 80 pounds JEWELRY LINE tions condemning tho lawlessness in East She is a granddaughter of Fielden Sal Kstulilishcil quarter ot u century Every thing fully guaranteed I am Tennessoo but pledges itself to do all yers tho son of Abner Salyers within its power to right the wrongs of well satisfied with Texas because I cet ovolfy week and I like to the free minors in a lawful way The The Herald reau too uiuereuMeiters irom lexas ana Union will appeal to the Legislature for Indian TerritoryI promised to write a No 8 Nouth Upimck Stkkkt short letter so I must close or it might aid in tho matter LEXINCTON KY find its way to tho waste basket I send W O Biudujy who is now in my love to Lacy Creek church DAVIS Col AMOS Respectfully WITH John S Harper Washington to attend tho meeting of BETTMAN BROS Co tho Republican National Committee nusti IlroukM the YtmrtliiK llticortl Manufacturers of gives it as his opinion that President Anotaer worlds record was broken Haiuuson will bo renominated and re- on tho Stockton Cal kite shaped track Col Bradlcy favors Cincin Saturday tho yearling filly Fausta by elected 00 W Pearl street Cincinnati O natl as the place for the Republican Na- Sidney being driven a mile by Millard Sanders in 22J breaking the worlds tional Convention Headquarters nt West Liberty Ky tS record of 22GJ It wus a wonderful perÂ¬ formance as tho filly trotted tho Tuesday The Supremo Council of tho Farmers before in 240 Alliance havo adjourned to root next Tho filly was well rated nnd made a year in Atlanta Ga Harrisburg Pa splendid finish coming the last quarter or San Francisco Tho Council refused in 515 seconds She went to tho quarterpost In 374 to tho half in 118 threeALE to give the Roform Press Association any in 22 Juarters in 1501 and tho mile Fausta kind of indorsement and on this account by horsemen that H W Ayer Private Secretary to Pres Â¬ will go this full in 220 Sanders droo McCarthys Cupid by Sidney against ident Polk resigned 210 and made the mile in 218 Direct worked out for a mile in nbout 212 but Returns from tho Second Tennessee will not go against his record until this MT STERLING KY Congressional District arc not all in but week Hour Republican is elected by nbout C W Williams of Independence 6500 majority over Wimjams Demo rCnnsijfiinuiits of produce and the Iowa owner of Allerton 205 in a re crat Tho district has always been cent interview with a newspaper man putrounce of Mountain Merchants respect fully solicited jeI4ly strongly Republican and in the Presi Â¬ paid the following compliment to our dential election Harrison carried it by old friend BJ Treaey of Ashlaud Park The cock of the walk at 14000 So it appears that the Democrats Stock Farm Lexington is Barney Trracy He knows have made a handsome gain MT STERLING KY everybody and everylwdy knows him and he is like a glass of champagne ah ArviN Davis an employe of the Ken- Â¬ day and all nieht and all the next day Capita i 200000 Simjuus 80000 tucky Central Railroad was run over by and the rest of the week He never lots M IHGSTAFIVFresTuVnt freight train at tho coal chute at Paris up Allio Bonner bought n very valuU L KIUK PATRICK Vice President Ky Saturday at midnight and died able colt there ami pome talk was being W W THOMSON Cashier in tho bar room Sunday morning from his injuries His mado nbout him some discussion of the Phoenix Hotel about We respectfully solicit left tog waa eut off and left arm crushed Vis size and marks when Barney slipped chants fanners traders the business of mer nnd business men Twenty minute boforu thq accident ho out and in a few minutes came Imck goncmllv throughout Eastern Kentucky A Jive tis a hwl takN out an accident policy for leading the colt right into tho lmr room general hanking business done to settle the question Thero is only chniiee to send yon a hank hook nay your iQOfA IUywwa 38 years or age and you tuonev when in need one Lexington and one Baruev Treacv cheeks and loanw Thompson Â¬ Jason B Bnoww Congressman from S W WILLIS VICE PRESIDENT A H HAMPTON CASHIER TTnrrrHifci I ri rn ti8gmsmgsm N T I ir DAVATnil J J X iX12ilV ASST CASHIER ill I fin MtFfPVpi -- I gsgraMgrartg Sr Hns 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 customers the most liberal nccommonations consistent witn correct banking business Â¬ 1 Â¬ Do You Need Money If so vou can get something better than dollars from us The completion of the K U R R to Jackson has cut us off from a large wholesale trade heretofore had by us in soveral counties east and left on our hands an immense stock of goods which we are compelled to unload and in order to do so we are determined to mako prices do the work prices which will make our patrons happy nnd make competition howl We offer to Country Merchants extra inducements nnd guar- Â¬ antee to them lower prices than they ever got before Wo are overstocked and must unload Remember we will duplicate any bill with freights added either wholesale or retail east or west north or south up hill or down We are now receiving such lines bought for cash at bottom bargains as will fill every depart- Â¬ ment New fresh seasonable choice and cheap We can astonish you with Â¬ Mi Â¬ covered with goods nt half prices As the prices we name merely givo us a chance to get our money out of tho goods we cannot aflbrd credit Goods will be sold for cash only or countrv produce live stock and school claims taken in exchange We have opened a new department under the charge of Miss Laura Rnwling and Miss Luln Day which is fully stocked with fine Millinery Notions Ladies Furnishing Goods Wall Paper Carpets and Oil Cloths School Hooks and Sup pies Pictures and Frames etc etc Mks Rawlings is a thoroughly competent Milliner and Dress Maker and we ofler you a City Stock to select fiom You can get a fine and stylish Millinery und Dresses here as anywhere nnd ut the verv lowest prices Yours etc Â¬ Â¬ or Â¬ T day cfc oo HAZEL CREEN KENTUCKY r Otis W Snyder wj fj CATLETTSBUItC KY The Largest Drug House in tho Ohio Valley Manufacturers of 228 REMEDIES that are Sold by the Dozen iuuuu qwuuiu root oi rioor ttoom aa wands mpioyea Byoltf proprietors of the famous fTlltf flllll riifllill u 9 -- p WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING DRUGGISTS Â¬ NERVE KING rn Â¬ iii flute guarnntee to cure all rams and vencs i ramps nnu ioiic liiarrliiea Ilvs kellterv Ptl Isi ll llitoninllv nml ovtnr vtiT nally Hie best Liniment in the wor hi - Mllif id urkKI rkti on nhon ti titsauiv fa Lr Trimble Bros WHOLES iiy Drug Stokks SrFoi Salk9HK06w THICK 2- CENTS For the permunent cure of Pains in thef llticl nil fliHnrilorx if tlm kiilnnvs and Urinary Organs ThousnndH of eer tifientes of thosu who lmv npil tlilsi y 5 remedy will he sent on application PRICE 100 lJiUk - HINDOO KIDNEY CORDIAL Sole proprietors of the renowncdtKf and Country Stores EvkrywiikiikwzwEwwPm I W OOD DAY f I A n e Otlice over hxehaiiKC Hank Maysville St Mt Sterling Kv Practice hi Montgomery Powell Menffee Wolfe Hriuthitt llowan Miifjoilin and Mor Kan counties und Superior Court nnd Court ATTORNEYS AT LAW r day T WOOD STATE OF KENTUCKY 26 PROFESSORS and INSTRUCTORS iMimiaHsi nm of Appeals Agricultural Scientific Study o QKKAIl MT HIGSTAPP STERLING Classionl Normal School Academic Commercial and Military Coursos of COUNTY APPOINTEES Engineering Â¬ ATTOUNEYS AT LAW KY Traders Deposit Bank 1 Hoard in dormitory 2 per week in private Practleo in the courts of Montgomery nnd families W0 to For CntaloKue addrvM uiljoinlnj counties und la the Court ot Ai JAS K PATTERSON prals and Federal Courts RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION Pall term begins SyptMinimrOHi iboi JH YANKIE Hats Gaps HEXNETT WITH LEXINGTON KY PhD Â¬ SEIP JOUBEItS OF Gloves CO R S STKADER Successors to 74 K SON 1 1 J A La Co Straw Goods Â¬ AND UM1RELLAS 82 N Paist St CIltLMCOTIIK O Main Stukkt LEXINGTON KY Wholesale Dealers In C ecil iiotkl LIHK11TY WEST S W OECIL Jit Straight KY Kentucky Brandies Whiskies c MP Ml III AODl ti III lull IftcitUk Mimulatf the Fok spedy relief and cure ItfflHeMtitf fWHtwhi tb In cases of take Ayern Cherry Pectoral tfonjjh natl imlttee sleep lTto justly celebrated FINE OLD WHISKY A SPKCHALTY This new hotel has lerryian steel jmjus the reception of quests just hecn opened for Ki CIGAUS AND TOIIACCO Fare It are sold at this office at 10 cents 8 down sample rooms livery utable excellent Rood In connection Agent for Old PukIi Old IVrWr Old Mint the pencil in town At 5c apiece Rates reasonable Hlojj Tarr and OJd Taylor tfyyg SSiya let Cwdu ProiUiktou Winis r--- - JJJhU - 1 l t ifSr a i ry ri i j- - V Ifasn lower circulation niul llreiitliltt tluiti all other Htitttff iintl Hazel Green in Herald Wolfe ineroliuiiH Louisville and Iinein IJKST MKlMtM dirtier Lexington find It TUB miti will tvli Morinin imijoVh in the In Ml SterHiiK Win lih to KCcurc Mountain Trade ADVmiTIHINQ KATtiS TKANNIKNT through Advertisements inverted for less tlinn 3 month will he 7ft cents an inch for the llrst insertion and - cents an iueh for each sub sequent insertion Â¬ UK 1 fjru Tkansiknt Auvkiitisinc must 4 7 12 15 18 22 JO PAID IN ADVANOK HTAKDINtt ADVIrTIHEMRXTH 12 inch uiontliB a inches 4 i 4 2 Inchon Inches Inches 2i 0 lnclii8 Liberal rntcs on larger advertisements made known on application Local notices to be interspersed among reading matter 10 cents a line with a dis count of 25 per cent where they run a mouth or more Obituurics tributes of icspeet etc 3c a line Count six words to the line and send money with the manuscript We will write obituaries and publish at f cents a line Marriage and death notices not exceeding ten lines solicited and published KltKK irHni8 Koit Hkuuiau Advkktising IAYAWE QUAUTKU1Y ON DKMAND SlEsTEH COOPER Address lluzel Green Ky A BALD r 50 00 75 00 00 Â¬ A man named Dawson Bowman was shot and killed In Hrcathitt conijty Sunday evening The particulars its we get them from Mr Shackleford who carries the mail are about as follows Dawson llowman and Phil Brown on the one side ard Brock and Ransom Hobcrts on the other were playing cards The two former had won 25 cents from the two latter but upon being told by the Roberts boys that it was all the money they had Bowman returned it but poked fun at them about their playing All however shook hands and agreed to be friends and Bowman proposed that If they would go toObc Robert nearby he would treat the crowd The invitation was accept ed and they startod for Roberts place but had gone only a short distance when Brcck Roberts left the crowd nnd running to a point a little distant opened fire upon Bow man with his pistol He fired every load ho had and Bowman fell to the ground and died almost instantly from one or more wounds The Roberts boys are cousins to each other and nephews of Obo Hobcrts who sells whisky on the Kentucky River near where the killing took place Hoberts was arrested after firing upon the Deputy Sheriff1 several times and had his examining trial on Tuesdaj but we have not yet learn ed the result Â¬ Â¬ The stockholders in the Building As soclatlon are requested to meet Saturday night nt Tiik Herald office at 7 oclock and pay their monthly dues Those who fail to pay at that time are subject to n fine of flvo cents on caoh share and it must bo paid All who desire to tako stoek arc In vited to attend the meeting also II F PIEIUTT J prAIKR8 IN T PIERATT j H F PIERATT CO Â¬ Carsell Price Lexington Ky carry the finest line of dress goods in that city A lady can take the morning train nt Torrent do her shopping at Lexington and return on the evening train Tho money she will save by buying of Oassell Price will pay her fare and bIic will have an en joyable trip beside f Â¬ LIVE STOCK COUNTRY PRODUCE Good People Play Progression Buy your goods while they nro cheap and now is tho time 1S K Wr X WOLFE COUNTY S N eaz it a Cnmpton Currency Hobt Carroll who is teaching school in Breathitt county was in town Sunday Prof G B Stamper who is teaching school on Holly Creek wns in town Sunday G T Center bought a horse from O C Hall a few days ngo for which he paid 100 and this is our reason BI Dont you Harvey H Stamper M D was in town Sunday Blinking hands with his many friends merely for the way to way to sell that is what wc are going to do duce We want to buy moro goods scc that is business We aro not in business pleasure nor for health but for tho profit and make it profitable is to sell everybody And tho everybody is to sell cheapor than anybody And for Cash or Country pro Â¬ John T Coons left Saturday morn- Â¬ L natural it head is unnecessary niul unHulls Hair Henewer will prevent Â¬ MoLLin daughter of Pop Ross hns been quite sick with fever but is now much better H C Swango of this place mnde a Hying visit to Powell county Friday returning home Sunday night Â¬ THE following report of Wm Cham- Â¬ bers sale on Stillwater last Saturday has been lurnished us by Auctioneer John II Pieratt Mr Chambers had the foresight to advertise in Tin 1Iikam and consequent ly a good crowd was in attendance and the bidding spirited as shown by the prices 1 2 yenr old heifer 11 25 1 yearling heifer 9 00 1 calf 4 months old 9 25 Â¬ ing for Castles Woods Russell county Vn on business Thero wns a candy pulling nt John Tutts Soturday night All who were present report a picnic of a time to closo our ub and pay part or nil of your noto or account Trusting you will heed this wo remain Very respectful ly c H P PIERATT CO until wo MMVo Imvo extended tho Credit System who owo arc compelled to come In W books and wc respectfully ask IIiobo JOHN M ROSE W T West of Richmond Ky nnd 1 cow cow 1 22 00 19 25 horse 88 50 mare 70 25 1 Gold Dust filly 112 50 1 colt 35 50 New subscribers to The Herald will Corn sold at 37c per bushel and 10 hogs 1893 receive the paper to January brought 405 per 100 pounds The house in cash and now is the time to subscribe hold and kitchen furniture and all farming implements sold well A noticeable feature See T F Cnrrs new advertisement of this sale is the price of hogs for on the this week if you want to see and read some- same day the best heavy hogs in the Cincinthing funny and which might be of interest nati market brought only It to you pays to advertise 1 Jimmie Tauibee of Mt Sterling is visiting his uncle Dr John A Taulbee and other relatives and friends at this place 1 1 Ben Ncale of Irvine Ky were guests of the Combs House Friday B F Jones formerly of this place but now n citizen of Big Stone Gap Va Is visiting Douglas Evans and family Mrs Nnncy Webb was tried before Judge Tutt Friday and adjudged insane She will be taken to the Asylum at Lexington Â¬ Â¬ Hose QlHHBAIi -- DEALERS IN Swango H C SWANGO HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY MIB0HA11IBI 2 forl Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 305375 8 S Combs of Cnmpton will soon Ladies of this section can buy the send his two sons to Hazel Green to attend finest cloaks dress goods blankets com the Academy They will board with II F forts holiday goods etc to be found in the lieratt State by a visit to the store of Casselt Mks Ellen Pieiutt was quite sick Price 10 and 18 W Main Street Lexington for a few days this week but is now improv- Ky Their stock is superior to anything ing under the treatment of Dr John A ever before shown in that city and the firm assures us that the prices will be satisfactory Taulbee to all purchasers They handle first class Samuel Craven who was visiting goods only and sell strictly at one price his son J W Craven nt this place last to all Be sure and give them a trial f week has returned to his home in Montgomery county The Herald congratulates the senior editor of the Morgan Mess nger upon his When a lady desires a piece of nice marriage and wishes him and his bride all dress goods it pays to buy it at a place where and prosperity that fall to the lot they handle the best Cassell Price Lex- the peace of mortals J II Caraway and Mrs Laura ington Ky is that place f S Williams were united in the holy bonds A DitoVE of 24 mules the property of of wedlock by Rev Ayres of Versailes George Carter of Montgomery county Ind The Messenger nnuouuecs thnt Mr passed through here Tuesday en route for Caraway will bring his bride to West Lib erty about the first of January the North Carolina market Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Most gladly did we receipt for a reg of Grassy Creek will It soon move to Hazel Green and occupy the istcred letter at the postofllce Monday Mack Haze house He comes here to avail of the proved to be from our old friend and contained the cash for a list of subscri educational advantages for his children bers to Tub Hkkald at White Oak Morgan J M Taulbee writes us from Rous- county If a few others of our friends will seau Hrcathitt county to change the address hustle like Mack we can soon run our of his paper to that place He has been list up to 2000 Go to work friends nnd receiving it at Fish Trap in Pike county send us in a good list from every postofllce mountains Floyd Day of this place left Friday in the for Whitesburg where he has a case in W O Mize of this place is canvassthe Letcher Circuit Court which is now in ing among the State Senators for the posiHe will probably be absent sev tion of Enrolling Clerk of the Senate tho session eral days understanding being that the position is an elective one under the new constitution It Miss Mollie Douolass the music has heretofore been by appointment ot the teacher has been confined to her room at Mr Mize has twice Governor the Dormitory for several days past by ill Lieutenant held a like position in the House through ness but we arc glad to note that she is now appointment by tho Speaker and he fully much better understands the work Dr J M Kasii reports the following F M Long of Upper Grassy Dicks Newton Maloneys wife living on Mrs Nan was in town on Thursday of last Glory nie Kashs farm near Hazel Green on Sun and bought n large bill of goods from week day presented him with a 12 pound boy J T Day Co for his store at that place Newt is all smiles as he Is familiarly called by his Dick friends thinks the neighborhood he Mort Swango and two young friends host of in the State nnd says if from Lexington Sam McClintock and Arch lives in is the finest only had a railroad Dicks Glory Harkley came up Tuesday for a bird hunt they much greater prennd will return to school at Kentucky Uni- would soon rival towns of tensions versity next Sunday Last week Jnmes Williams a tenant W B Greer formerly of Morgan of Uncle Hi Greer suffered the loss of his county but more recently residing at Granhouse nnd effects by fire He was away from ger Texas writes us from Corn Hill Texas home and it is supposed that some lire re asking that wc change the address of his maining in the fireplace ignited tho dwell paper to the latter place ing and on nccourt of the heavy wind Through cnrolrssness wo Inst week blowing it was a total mass of flames when Everything was destroyed No eavo the name of the new music teacher at discovered Morgan Messenger the Academy as Miss Mollie Jackson It insurance should have been Miss Mollie Douglass and Tom Haddix and several others whllo we beg her pardon for making the error drinking nt the mouth of Frozen Creek in Sunday became Involved Rev F Agar and wife are holding a Breathitt county Haddix was shot through difficulty and meeting this week at Wards School House In a the leg by some ono in the crowd but the Next Sunday Rev W W Manker of May the party has not yet developed town will preach There will be a meeting Identity of is not a dangerous one and at Clifty Thursday Deo 1 All are wel Tho wound Haddix will be all right in a short time John Brewer Â¬ Â¬ George Spradling hns been appointed Police Judge of this place The good citizens of this town nre determined to stand by him in enforcing the law On Inst Monday night Nov 16 the 4 1 lOc nt homo They were shipped to members of the Cnmpton Literary Society parties in New York met nt the school house to elect new officers At the McClelland salo in Rourbon and the action of some of the members was comity on the 12th pcrtioniil property so disgraceful thut the Grand Jury will be brought about 8000 und the land 17000 cnllcd upon to investigate mutters Al Stith and Breek Gillcepio ship Â¬ If nil liars nre to have their part in ped 117 good butcher cuttle to Ilnltlmore tin regions of tho damned I think thnt the Salyer of Flnt Gap old Gambrill gentleman who wrote a news letter to the Mt Sterling Gazette last week and signed 40 cattle average 1100 lbs at 325 D IJ Lacy of Morgan county sold his name True Kenluckian will stand n 20 cattle at 3c per pound splendid chance of getting there Eli A H Stamper is acting as County Joseph C Attorney while his father-in-laHeres tho little Jeweler of Ezol is in South Carolina Mr Stamper Turned to n Watch tho timo to tell Lvkins is a rising young lawyer of extraordinary He is on his knees qualifications He is a forcible speaker and As the public sees And a prayer In miulo we predict for him abundant success in the For the Jewelry trade legal profession Not thnt hes busted Or bis trade hns rusted Dr Jnmes II Stamper comes to tho Hut as times nre tight this week with colors flying and begs front He thought it right Born lief to make the following report To Bell goods lower to the wife of Marion Long of Stillwater Than ever before Oiien Face Stem wind on the 19th lust a boy George son of W American Watches T00 F Elkins who was last week reported very Jft Large Weight Clocks 0 Ld low with fever is now convalescing Itimiitifnl Walnut HnrliiL Cfiop WtUt Clocks 3 Superior qual George W Drnko came home Sunday ity of Sewing Machine Oil 3 or bottlen 10 from Texas where he has been after Wick cents Respectfully T F CAltH Tallant a noted outlaw who is wanted in Lee county for murdering a man named Lucas on the K U some time last winter George as a successful detective Is like tho Livery Feed and Sale Stable old mnns coon trap catches cm ncomin w Carry a complete line of Dry Goods Notions Ladies Dress Goods Gents Clothing Boots Shoes Hats Patent Medi Â¬ cines Saddles Harness c and sell FOll CASH at prices A11 goods lower than ever before seen in Hazel Green guaranteed as represented or money refunded TIIE WINCHESTER BANK WINCHESTER KY N II WITHERSPOON President It I HUNTER Cashier Paid up CupituT 20000000 Surplus 0000000 This Hank solicits the accounts of mer chants farmers traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky nnd oilers its customers every facility and the most liberal terms within the limits of legitimate banking octl8ly Â¬ Ji MAUPIN WITH D H OARPENTEE WHOLESALE DRY GOODS NOTIONS BOOTS SHOES feOly o j Â¬ ONLY FOR A DECKER BROTHERS 100 TO THE CATLETT8BUBO KY J H PIERATT GREEN KY GRAND PIANO AND A YEARS SUBSCRIPTION an ngwine Nov 23 Supple Jack Loo City Locals HAEL WEEKLY ENQUIRER Â¬ Superintendent Horton was in our Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ midst last week visiting the public schools He seems to be laboring hard for the im provement of the schools He says lie is fiirl will also attend to all calls for auc going to have a better grade of teachers tioneering aud solicit business of this kind Respectfully o which will of course greatly elevate the JOHN II PIEIUTT standard of education We hope to see a CLARENDON great revolution in tho public schools of Cor Limestone nnd Short sts this vicinity as they are not making the Lexington Ky progress it seems to mc they ought tjSSS l frDoublc nnd Slnglo Rigs and Snddlu Horses for hire Turtles convey ed to any point on reason nblo terms Â¬ THE Dr Â¬ Â¬ property to Henry Patrick of Hager for 225 Patrick will resume his trade In the mercantile business We welcome him to our town B F Elntn is organizing a class to take a course in penmanship for n term of All necessary arrangements nre 10 days being made for tho school which will con vene on Dec 14 John W Taulbee will close his school at this place Dec 11 with a public entertainment Wc anticipate a good time Rev W L Lncy contemplates lo cating at this place in the near future We welcome him to our midst R M EInm left for Torrent Saturday on business J F Cope hns just sold his town Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 7500 W H ROSWELL Prophietor ibM Commercial College f Thero has been added an Annex with 20 A Six Octave Champion Organ 20000 large well vcntjlated rooms Street Cars 3000 puns the door every five minutes Located A Doable Barrel Shot Gun within two squares of depot A Sllverene Case 7 Jewel Watch 1000 A High Arm Improved Sowing MachlneG5M ONE A 15Jowel Watch Boss Com 3500 Huys a good Gold Watch by our Club Sys A Five Octavo Parlor Organ 15000 tem QurJ l karat gold llllcd case arc war A Gladiator Watch Pucber Caw 3000 20 years Fine Klgin orWnlthnm rnnterfor Cam 4000 Stem wind nnd set Ladys or A John 0 Ducbcr Watch movement Gents size Equal to any T0 watch To And 82 other valuable premiums will secure agents where we have none we sell bo presented to yearly subscribers of one of the Hunting Case Watches fur tho Club price 28 and send C O D by express tho Weekly Enrjuircr in April 1802 with privilege of examination before paving Encloso ono dollar for a years sub- Â¬ Pecker Bro Grand Upright Piano Gladiator Watch and Case ALcinairo U lino Field GIasi A Holman Parallel Bible A Venice Parlor Clock A High Grade Safety Bicycle An Elgin Watch and Boss Caso A Haydock Kico Coil Spring Handy Top ll ggyf A Railway Watch in 14 Karat Case ALife Scholarship in Wattcrs A A 05000 3000 2000 1300 1200 12500 2500 onn M D0LLAK WEEKLY Â¬ Â¬ for same Â¬ Â¬ come this office a hand of the handsomest White Hurley tobacco wo have ever seen the color llng a light golden Frank savB If he had h hogshead of the swine kind he would have a fortune to thU offlee mHJ Frank Duke on Tuesday brought to Our Agent nt Durham N C writes Our jewelers have confessed they dont know how you cnu furnish such work for the money Our Agenat Heath Springs S C writes Born on the 10th inst to Mrs R F Your watches take at sight Thngen a boy to Mrs Moggie Arnett a tlcrnun who got tho last watch said that ho Anderson examined and priced a jewelers watches in girl Lancaster that were no better than yours A Prohibitionist Nov 23 but the price was 45 Our Agent at 1ennington Tex writes Montgomery Stock Notes Am In receipt of the watch and am Sentinel Democrat Nov 20 pleused without measure All who have W C Pomp Kendall of West seen it say It would be cheap at 40 rtrOno good reliable Agent wanted for Liberty was in the city Monday looking as Wrlto for particulars his wedding each place nice as a groom dressed lor Empikk Watch Co New York Pomp sold a big lot of cattle at satisfacto Â¬ ry prices and then went off and put oh Mine J A TAULBEE hariieM He reports buslnew good in TPJK En- Â¬ good The Herald and tho Cincinnati his town quirer weekly will be sent to any address Eaq S A Duff of Spender sold one for one year for the small sum of 180 1W at 5K Hrj1 Grew Wolff County ear lead of rteers average 1W0 Two first claw paper for little wore than d eiie ear lead ef KKHTJJOJCY the prieeof one Send your suWrlptloi vw ef H at 1 3 He waking Â¬ Â¬ scription to the Weekly Enquirer and what will be the number of subscribers in tho five largest lists received from Nov 1 91 to March 81 92 For same terra last winter it wm 2009 and the winter before wan 1406 Tho premiums are to be pretested to tliose whose guesses are correet or nearest correct For full list see Weekly Enquirer now the largest 13 page dollar a year paper in the United GUESS ENQUIRER COMPANY CINCINNATI O Physician arid Surgeon V XGENTS WANTED Good BolWtow make fnm WUfi e Wfefcr Bsmoo CMy Umm a 4a dH in aood wlllUf to wot hmm or gul f6o I t tw 4 tt - - -- fi A 8 ih IVBa- if u TOBi I r f i3 WtkMW v 5jili WW Kfo Ml r rTn V if i -f- -- r ififliiiiiii wittl mvftnwHi vnyhwwi l y l WIIISk r VW -- lS afk - T stj WJ vr smSF - jhh jfifcytflffywilifl SAMBHIHI x aumowj hco TO s E XTHCWtf MtiTF0RT OIIAPTEU L MONEY LOAN Vi - PP -- ASTERN AION- fflffl ttV tr lnnn n largo or small amounts Lon time and easy terms Apply to Solo m o n Scrnggs h Hit face John Green read and reread this advertise ment over and over as ho sat Â¬ agt ono ern Kansas It was short plain and pointed and evidently anyone ought to have understood it at ti glance Yet John Green read it and studied it as though it was some deep problem with mysterious meaning At last ho put down tho local paper in which the ad- Â¬ vertisement appeared and arising paced to and fro across tho yard with his head bowed and a look of deep trouble on his I dont know he mused as ho came back and resumed his scat near the Something must bo done cabin door nnd done at once for as matters stand starvation stares us in the face We must have food and we must have money in order to get it and there is but ono way so far as I can see to get money but one way And yet I dislike-to think of mortgaging tho farm 1 hnvo had experiences with mortgages nnd I dread them They are the banc u f a poor mans life tho cancer that eats in deeper and deeper until ho is left destitute and homeless John Green shuddered as he drew this picture for it brought back to him in all its ghastly vividness that time but a few years before when that vam- Â¬ pire the mortgage had eaten up his last dollar and turned himself and fam- Â¬ ily from thoir loved little homo in tho cast For a long timo ho sat in moody silence now with his faco buried in his hands and now looking with a sad far Â¬ away gaze out across tho endless stretch of barp brown prairio to where the sun llko a great round ball of lire was slowly sinking bohlnd tho edge of tho earth For an hour almost he re Â¬ mained thus tho shadow on his faco deepening with thoso of evening his eyes dimming while over and anon a tear stole down his rough weather stained cheek Yes we must hnvo foodi he re sumed at last and wo must have mon Â¬ ey nnd wo must mortgago tho claim to get it It is a hard thing to do but to suffer from hunger is worse Wo cannot starve thats certain Just then n woman appeared in tho doorway She was a wan Bad faced ercaturo plainly a victim to overwork and worry Her once beautiful face was furrowed with deop Hues of care and her waving brown locks were pre Â¬ maturely streaked with gray The tiro of lifo wos gone from hor oyes leaving 41 pair of listless orbs that told all too plainly thoir story of misery and suffer- Â¬ ing There was no traco of a smilo Â¬ summ cr evening1 in front of his little sod cabin in west know that there is nothing on earth for us to hope for I have all along af Â¬ fected a cheerfulness I did not feel be Â¬ cause 1 thought it helped to lighten your burdens a little but now wo per-Â¬ fectly understand each other and to dissemble longer Is folly I know what you suffer John for I have seen It from the llrst and 1 know that there Is uo hope In your heart Mary dont talk so John pleaded The future does look dark and blank but it may not be so bad as it seems We must keep up courage Alary shook her head despondently and the tears she had with so much of- fort restrained broke loose and Jlowed thick and fast John placed his arm about her and drawing her to him laid her head on his shoulder Mary he said I know the pros- pect is discouraging but there will be a way of getting through it Next year we shall raise good crops and have plenty and only a few short months of privation lie between now and then Yes it may be as you say John Mnry replied but how are we to live through thoso few months You know we have no provisions not enough to supply our wants for another week and no money to buy more There is not a particle of Hour or meal in tho house and Louise has gone now to try to get some from the store Markham has refused us credit but surely he wont deny her when he knows that wo must have it or starve For a little while i perfect silence reigned Mary sobbed on her husbands breast like a heart broken child while John gazed vacantly out into the gathering darkness now and then drawing his rough soiled sleeve across his eyes A minute or two passed so and then John spoke Wo must have money Alary ho said to tide us over this spell It wont take a great deal and we must got it How can we get it Mary asked We can get it in but one way Mary nnd that is a way that 1 do not like It is a way that I have fought against and hoped never to have to resort to We must borrow the money Mary and give a mortgage on th farm Oh John John Alary cried start- Â¬ ing up Dont speak of such a thing Surely you have not forgotten what we passed through back there at the old home No wife I have not forgotten and I never shall Then do not talk of mortgaging tho claim for it is all we have left to us and to mortgage it is to lose it lint Alary we must live and that is tho only thing wo can do to get pro- Â¬ Wo cannot starve visions No wo cannot starve but it is hard to lose our home and again go into the i j I didnt cry while I was felt so hurt that I could hardly keep back the tears and when I got out of sight I broke down and had a long cry Oh how I wish old Air Alark- Â¬ ham was like like- Like who John Orcon asked Like like you pa said tho girl only too plainly terminating Iter speech in a way totally different from what she had originally intended Young as Louise was she was In love with Paul Alarkham and she blushed at tho mention of his name and for fear of betraying herself avoided It as much as possible She did not toll her parents how Paul having overheard her interview with his father had followed her away from the store and came to her out on tho prairie where sho stopped to cry nor how he had spoken such consoling and cheering words and better still offered to loan her a portion of his small sum of money She had accepted his kind words thankfully and declined his prof ercd loan with equal gratefulness and she felt that sho had done perfectly right so thero was no harm in keeping her own counsel Well said John breaking a long pause Alarkham has shown what sort of man he is It was bad enough to deny us a little favor after all the money we have spent with him and he might have spared himself the trouble of adding insult to injury Because we have had misfortunes and are poor it care which 1 fie went on dreadfully mother and ho made me cry What was it he said Oh lots of things Ho sold he wouldnt roll us any more goods with Â¬ out mone and that ho was not so rich that he could feed paupers and ho wasnt going to try Wo would hnvo to pay money or go hungry and he didnt there but I tor Into tho poor clerics wife and sho felt none the worse by tho change Sho took up tho dutlos of housekeeping and 60on became quite proficient Hanker lllatchford ond Farmer Green as soon as they learned that their children were married proceeded forthwith to disown them Alary mado one attempt to win her fathers for- Â¬ giveness but he refused her petition saying she need no longer consider htm in the light of a father nor indeed In any other light save that of u total You have married as you wished and not as I would have had you he said so go your way and Ill go mine You have chosen to disregard my ad Â¬ vice and desires and have tied yourself to a penniless wretch and from this time forth I know you not You must look to John Green for everything and when poverty and want overtake you as they certainly will dont come to me for assistance for I swear that you shall never have a penny or a crumb from me That quite settled matters between the rich proud old banker and his lov- Â¬ ing tender hearted daughter and from that tune forth they were strange to each other and though for two years they lived in the same town and often met and passed on the street no sign of recognition was shown by cither Poor Alary could show pride and defi Â¬ ance enough when she was in her fathers presence but no one ever knew what tears she shed and what heart Â¬ aches she suffered when she was at home alone She loved her father next to John and even after his cruel speech she would have gladly thrown her arms about his neck and plead for his lovo and forgiveness only she knew that ho would repulse her if she did Johns father not to be outdone by lllatchford notified his son never to come back home but to consider him- Â¬ self disinherited and disowned This notice did not quite crush John since home had never been particularly pleas Â¬ ant and to be relegated from it was not such a terrible blow as his father might have supposed and as to being disin- Â¬ herited well that was little short of a joke for tho elder Greens possessions were extremely limited consisting in the main of forty acres of poor mortgage ridden land and a dozen farm animals none of which were very So disinherited anil disowned John and Alary Green went to work on their own responsibility and for a time suc Â¬ ceeded remarkably well They brought their little home up to a point of mar- Â¬ velous perfection and had a neat sum in bank to which they were regularly making additions They were content- Â¬ ed and even happy in spite of the fact that they were strangers to their par- Â¬ ents Hut by and by reverses came First Alary took with a fever and for weeks lay in the edge of deaths shadow Then after she recovered John lost his position on account of the house with which he was connected failing Alonths of idleness followed for there was a business erash in tho land and employment was bard to obtain with an army of suddenly discharged employes tramping the streets of every town and village in search of work The little store in the bank began to melt away but to make short work of that the bank failed Then John dis Â¬ heartened and worn out fell sick and for months was unable to leave tho house In this condition they began to feel the effects of want and having no other means of raising money to live on they gave a mortgage on their home Other sickness and other misfortunes followed so that John was never ablo to release the debt on his home and in time when the interest had eaten In deeply the place was sold Â¬ PERSONAL AND LITERARY stronger f Pf m - choice fa NOT A - iBJE5fc QOBS TO MArK- Annie Hesant makes hor nnmo rhyme with peasant but Walter Ho Rant pronounces his name according to late information as HcsAdif The German empress has formed a league for tho preservation of good habits among the Prussian Indies Tho members bind themselves todlscourago luxury to wear simple dresses and to practice economy in the household Albion W Tourgce the novelist once spent six months in reading sonio tremendous works on birds in order to be accurate in ono sentence which ho was writing about the note or warble of some particular bird on the Hudson While in her retreat in Venice Car Â¬ men Sylva the poet queen of Houma nia exhibited a great fondness for glid- Â¬ ing about the narrow canals in her gon Â¬ dola She Is a tall handsome and very distinguished looking woman with a pale face and rather cold eyes Andrew Lang who tried his own hand at versifying utters the truth To rhyme is ono thing about poetry to be a poet quite another A good deal of mortification would be avoided if young men and maidens only kept this obvious fact well posted In front of their vanity and their ambition Patti has very elaborate precautions against burglars in her Welsh castle Unless a certain level is raised it is im Â¬ possible to open a window at night without causing the ringing of in Â¬ numerable bells in the cottages of tho gardeners and in the stable while tho same current of electricity releases a large dog from his kennel Canon Scott Holland tells this story about Air Uuskin and one of his pupils Said this eager disciple to his master Ah Air Kuskln the first moment that I entered the gallery at Florence I saw at once what you meant when asserting the supremacy of Kotticclli Did you in a moment remarked tho great teacher it took me twenty years to find out that Dr C C Abbott the well known arelueologist began the study in which he made his reputation when he was a farmer near Trenton N J His farm occupied a knoll overlooking the wide lowlands along the Delaware where the Delaware Indians and their predc lessors undoubtedly resorted in large numbers From the river banks and from the plowed fields he gathered some 80000 relics in clay bone and stone the product of the aborigines who onco hunted fished camped and manufac Â¬ tured their utensils there HUMOROUS Pa may I ask 3fou Tommy Pa- - Certainly my child question Whe is the wind whon it Tommy Occasional nly DOIrATt OK I UAM - does not follow that every ono has a right to speak of us as paupers we shall have money with which to buy goods and not a dollar of it goes to Alarkham not one cent of it To-morro- w doesnt blow J - raftR M MANY YOU AHK WOKKYIXO KICK YOUllSlSrF J I rf tj hanplnoss She was a perfect example of mental and physical debility n living- result of hard timoji and mans in Â¬ humanity to man Sho was dying Inch by inch of worry want and work Johr Green glanced up whoa his wlfo appeared In tho doorway and motioni- Â¬ ng1 Her Is a Mat beaklo him attempted t Jss melancholy air aaho said fry you jira worryingyoursolf siok tajpUa ami you oufrkV not do it You qwt lookpn Nio VHffeWr aula of things rtfo and never loabliMMk h try to mmk km r fwlmtfs any AW Mrti Ury lurking about tho thin compressed lips that had once been rosy with health ami u WO UllDW MttASfetwUttttanJ ia too welt Mr ihatjLiQd wti world penniless John pretended to take a more cheer- Â¬ ful view of the situation and it is probable that he managed to delude himself to some extent Anyhow his voice resumed a llttlo of its old time ring and his eyes grew brighter as he said Wo will not need much money wife and with a good crop next yoar wo can repay it easily Now hero is an adver- Â¬ tisement In this papor of money to loan on long time and easy terms Three hundred dollars would tide us over nicely and as tho claim is worth a thousand wo can no doubt get all tho timo wo want on so small nu amount only so we keep tho interest paid Ive been thinking tho matter over nnd it seems to mo that If wo gavo a mortgago for two or three hundred dollars wo wouldnt have anything to worry over It was some timo before Alary mado any reply to this nnd when she did sho said I wish I could think your statement correct John and could believe that tho debt would bo so easily paid off but no matter about that for tho mort- Â¬ gago will hnvo to bo glvon and perhaps wo ought to feel thankful that wo have that menus of prolonging our llvos Who has the money to loan Scraggs Then you will go lown to morrow and seo about getting It Yes it had as well bo dono at onco wo are to borrow it thcro is no use If to delay I will drivo over and take you with me so that the papors can bo made out unci tho business all complet Â¬ ed to morrow Soon Louise returned empty handed from tho store AInrkham having again refused to lot any goods go without monoy Louise had been crying and thcro were still tears in her eyes whon sho reached hor parents tho mother What Is tho mnttor What did Alarkham say asked Louise hesitated hung hor bond and fingered her dress norvously It was plain she did not ivant to relate what Markham had said The mother repeat Â¬ ed Jior question and Louise lmvlug no other alternative replied the future drawing pictures of prosper Â¬ ous days and happy situations as though good times and prosperity were assured facts No doubt the full Inten- Â¬ tion of each was to delude the other and however well they succeeded each retired to bed that night feeling that the game had been productive of much good sinco both made a pretense of be Â¬ ing greatly relieved It was a long time though before either John or his wifo slept though they both affected to have fallen asleep directly In the quiet of the night tho thought of that mortgage came back In full iorco and they were troubled on account of It Though they tried to deceive each other they could not dc- coive themselves and look at it as they would the future was dark and unpromising CIIAPTEH II niSINHKIUTKn Green hastened to drop tho subject and take up one more pleasant and for an hour he and his wifii talked about Having delivered himself thus John gle this chimney alv iys smoke like that Oh no only when theres Landlord a lire in the grate N Y Sun Talking about literary style thero goes a man noted for his finished sen- Â¬ tences Indeed Is he a novelist No he is an ex convict Ilaltimoro American Alore Than Likely Patient Doc- Â¬ tor I fancy somehow Ive got a touch of the gout Doctor Fancy my dear sir If you had you wouldnt fancy youd know Fun Poor Aladge Madge Im so sorry the fall is here Jennie Why Aladge Hccauso Ill have to wear gloves in church and no ono will see my now engagement ring Brooklyn EaÂ¬ Tenant Does Ito hi continued I Yirgtuliirt IMxnml Swamp John and Alary Green had married against tho wishes of their parents Alary s father objected to tho match be Â¬ cause John was not as high in tho scale of life us ho thought his daughter might aspire for sho was a bankers t 1 i tiaugnier anaI 1loan was out a common clerk Then to even up matters Johns iainer rciaiiaicu iy declaring mat no son of his should ever marry into a family tho head of which presumed to look down on the Greens Having come to this kind of terms on both sides tho older lllatchford tho banker and tho elder Green the farm- Â¬ er strutted about with as much pom- Â¬ posity as they could command each doing everything in his power to show how vastly superior ho was to tho other and each succeeding to perfec- Â¬ tion in making himself ridiculous in the Tho Itook IIuylut Ilublt eyes of everybody but himself Tho book buying habit has fallen off Thus It went on for a year tho two old men passing and repassing and nev tho pamphlet buying habit has taken er sneaklnir or doiimlnir to look at each its place The pamphlet soon finds its waste basket which in other In tho mcantlmo the two lover- - wy to 3 cases it should never have risen met clandestinely and onjoyed them- hove and tho pormanent possessions pelves fully as well if not better than tlK household are less than they they would If their parents had acted ffht to bo by ono book Tho average with more sonso They mot courted and married married two or three i American citizens source of Intellectual years booner than they would have done pubulum Is now tho news stand Ii If they had not boon interfered with and tho toy shop with piles of pamphlet but had boon allowed to continue their libraries atone end have too generally courtship uninterruptedly So much i succeeded the book store Tho old habit of dropping into tho book store and for tho wisdom of thoir parents John hold a position at a fair salary buying tho latest good thing latest in nnd had saved up monoy enough to buy form or matter is now indulged in by and furnish a neat little cottago home fQW people and In relatively few places Here tho couple settled down as huppy I a m HInntai aside her rich attlra and easy life and a 81 bill and a 5 bill and driuks her readily transformed the bankers daua-h-milk through a straw 1 correspondent of the New York Evening Post describing a trip to the Dismal swamp of Virginia says one can look for miles down the canal which passes through it and the scene sugÂ¬ gests the heart of Africa A solid wall of verdure Is on either side gum trees Willi milimnlini iriHjinnnllv n limlnnv or a vyvrcss nm always tho burning nni1 ihy Klin ange ki1 IMIt1Now and then a shrill bird cry below now and thon a water snake always tho most beautiful shadows and reflec- Â¬ tions Negro cabins occasionally and glimpses of wide clearings and atone of the locks a group of little darkies with great bunches of water lilies making a most effective combination Among them is an admirablo young tatterde- Â¬ malion who has stuck on tho sldo of his ragged hat a singlo magnificent Illy whoso whiteness shines star like against the background of his woolly head A view they were in the ark Harpers Bazar Dashaway That was a beautiful dress your friend Airs Wickstick had on the other night Bingo Yes Jt cost mo 100 Dashaway How so Bingo Ay wife saw it Cloak Re- Â¬ Â¬ Chappie I am sorry to find thnt my ancestors were not always iu tho swim Cholly You surprise me Chappie Yaas At the timo of Noah w shant Limitation of a Theory Ethel After marriage we two shall bo ono we George George Theo- Â¬ -- - V retically though I doubt if they will make out our board bill that way N Y Sun Â¬ I AI aria Youve got to tako tho baby now Im tired Youvo only had him an hour George I knew that but Ive fastened my pedometer to him and Pvo trotted him fifty three miles Thats enough And you rejected him I did He has tho reputation of being n huge hearted man Thats tho trouble with him he is too large hearted Ho can lovo half a dozen women at tho same time Cape Cod Item Any success in your agricultural enterprises this season Jellaby Do- Â¬ ing finely thank you Got tho hay fever and sealed proposals from all the widows in tho neighborhood to remove their weeds Baltimore American Papa Why do you wish to marry him Ethel Ethel Why because ho loves me Papa Do you lovo him Ethcl Why no I never thouirht of that Ive boon too much intorebted in getting him to propose to have timo to think of it Tho Secret Was Safe Why did you talk iu French to Ethel last night Because I had somothiug to impart to her that I wished no ono else to know Butthorewas a French lady sitting close behind you Yes but I have bince discovered that sho didnt under ltand a word wa said Milwaukee SeatlnoL I AGRICULTURAL HINTS JUDGMENT Why It Doc IN FARMING I Not 1ay to Cultivate Too Many Aorra THE CROWN BORER Very largo farming operations have A MUlo lliotlo Which Ilritroyit Kutlrn not as a rule been successful Nlriiwbrrry riiintliiKa Tho in Its adult state Is u small reason why success has not attended This these gigan4ie agricultural vonturcs lirowii snout buotlo llontfitjr to tlio applies with force according to tho paino family as tlio plum uitreullo Mz of the undertaking to farming on From tlio etfgs which it places on a lesser scale That is to say that tho plants hatch small stout Unless man who undertakes to till all he can which mini the crown of plants grubs possibly manage fairly well with When ready to become pujvo they tiro weather favorable and about one fifth of an inch lonjr pure man always in prime team tools and condition for ef white in color with pale yellow heads fective work and is overtaken during to the pupa stutfo is effect Tlio chaiifjo the season by cd in tho burrows made in the crowns ages sickness adverse weather break Â¬ und tho usual other and after becoming adult beetles they hindrances common on every farm appear to remain there for some time then ho finds that his In color tho beetles are chestnut brown at fault He planned calculations are to do what could hcveral imperfectly defined black with have been well enough done if the weather and other contingencies had favored him Hut ho did not discount as he should have done The merchant discounts for bad debts thereby avoiding great errors in tho outcome of his ventures If tho farmer will make close estimates ho may find that tak ing tho average of a number of years he lias grown as much grain on twenty acres of land as ho formerly grew on n grub h the ciiown noitnu as soon from nhle vlow of forty This is a thing possible to ac above Tho tootle o boitlc complish year by year and the saving lialr lines show tho natural ble secured through this mode is of course spots on each side of the back those very great A forty acre field of corn colors seem to be acquired slowly and may require to be gone through exjmples not fully matured often occur times in order that reasonably four fair which iire of a nearly uniform yellow- - treatment be given it white circum ish brown color stances render going through more than A single brood develops each year twice quite out of the question and by larvas occurring in the burrows from this omission the eron is greatly cur k The beetles tailed Now the time consumed in goT4 Juy to late in September detcrt tho crowns shortly before win- ing through forty acres twice insures ter sets in to hibernate in the earth thorough attention to twenty acres This species appears to feed exclusive four times and on the supposition that ly on strawberry plants the attention all through has beep at The crown borer is generally most the same ratio it is quito possible for common en old strawberry land where twenty acres to give us as large a yield it has been known to ruin whole plant as forty does half tilled and on land nigs It is to be feared mainly because half plowed and manured Hotter by fivm its small size and retiring habits far let half of your land lie idle jest growers generally have no practical ing or better still seed to grass A knowledge of it Its injury may con man can hardly have too much laud if sequently be accomplished before the this is in grass providing he can stock cuiprit is detected it or has good opportunities for renting The beetles are incapable of flight his acres as pasture It is not tin om having no functional wings and tare inon that tlio farmer observing tho les thus dependent for locomotion on the sening yield attributes this to the unfa usual three pairs of legs These they vorableness of the seasons Ho lookslin use with no great facility and as the vain for the old time yield and after grabs lack legraltogcther the species watching and waiting for a few years as may be supposed does not migrate for a good crop concludes that his land readily from infested beds There is is losing heart If you have been till little danger of the borer getting ing or pretending to till too much land among1 plants on new land at a dis Â¬ and will put one half into grass ma tance from infested beds as long as the nuring well and tilling thoroughly the plants for new beds have not been ob other half you will be quite likely to tained from infested ones Grubs and concludo that the result is after all pupaj spend all their lives in the crowns mainly within your own control and of plants being found there from the not dependent upon other contingenmiddle of June until late in September cies Prairie Farmer Plants removed from infested beds dur- Â¬ ing this time are therefore liable to con- Â¬ LICE PROOF ROOST vey tho borers to localities to which such Will Suvo Poultry plants may bo transferred Thoso who Its IntroductionMuch Keeper Hard Work have had experience with the borers A roost that serves to protect tho Â¬ havo found that care witl regard to se lecting plants and ground for new beds fowls from lico is shown in thoHillns the was their best means for avoiding in- tration in which A is the lloor roost made of 2x8 scantling and C C jury No fear need be entertained of posts as pretho borers attacking seriously other iron rods or wooden ferred Half inch iron rods aro bettor crops which may be grown on infested may be attached land and thOre is every probability as an old fruit can see D D by being soldered to tbrt that one seasou in corn or potatoes would rid land of them No practicable 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of a plucky boy cnlled Johnny ODowds Chance Men and Things Is rich in anecdote and readable poems nnd articles aro contributed by Mrs S M B Piatt Amanda B Harris M E H Mrs William Claflln Clara Doty Bates Caroline Hunt Rlmtner L J Bridg niin and many others Wido Awake is S 40 a year CO cents A number A specimen back number will bo sent on receipt of ft cents D Lothrop Company publishers Boston Wfdo It is worth To Dlnftel Celib Hcsdachos and Favor te cleans tus sys tem effectually yot gently whea costive e bilious or when tho blood is impure or sluggish to pormsnontly cure habitual eos stiputlon to awaken tbo kidneys sml liver to a healthy activity without irritating or weakening them use Syrup of Figs Â¬ DONALD KENNEDY Of Ronbury Mass sqs if Tnt author Sho Is seriously depmssod toy uufavorablo notices of his work may be said to bo critically 111 Lowell Courier Always avoid harsh purgotlvo pills Thoy first uiiikoyon sick and thou lcava you constipated Carters Llttlo Liver Pills regulate 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COAT cvotl A Itoyiil Pedagogue trrattito on Dlood and Skin DUcasei mailed rant ou application Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tho king of Corea takes deep interest in tho schools in which Corean youths arc taught to read and wrlto English which has now been in successful oper- Â¬ ation for three years A correspondent describes the annual examination which tho king personally conducts as an entertaining and instructive specta Â¬ cle tho more so sinco his majesty docs not speak or write tho English Inn gunge As all his work is done bo twecn the hours of four in the after-Â¬ noon nnd four in the morning the ex In amination often occurs at night his crimson embroidered robes tho king sits behind n low broad tahle on which is placed an interlinear copy of the English exercises vulgarly known as a pony Each candidate presents himself nlono with deep prostrations and to him is handed while kneeling a bninboo stick numbered to correspond with a page In the exercise book and this page tho student is expected to read explain and parse tho king mean- Â¬ time following the recitation by tho aid of his pony und an interpreter N Y Ledger The Only Ono Erer Printed Can You Find the Word Â¬ SWIFT SFECIFIC Druggists Sell It tttrywfttre the alo not to auttmrUe our iti altri to mako tliattiilli In Towersto IMPROVED atPlb Irand bo water tittlit every team or eltlirr point and Htk and any Slicker CO Drawer 3 Atlanta Ga IVnttli Out lr tho Sqfl Wooltn Cellar and iij Bnttut Trad Mark oitorj fl TOWRRi J A Sensible Woman tfr Ass She Shes putting the washboard I when a woman uses Pearline the only way to use the washboard is in the kitchen fire Theres no more hard work no more ruinous rubbing but theres washing thats easy and economical and safe Millions of women are just as sensible as this one Are you VH Id - um jv long enough broken her back over it rubbed the clothes to pieces it wasted half her time with it on But now she knows better Now shes usinc Pearlinc and Â¬ where itll do some good has suffered with it HI 0At1tf4 WJdlll it Back Peddlers nnd some unscrupulous grocers will tell you this is ns good as or the same n- Penrllne ITS PAIREPearlina is never neddlcd and If your irroccr send s you somcthiut in placo of Prarline do the lionelt JAMES PYLE New York aJ thing ftndit bad - Â¬ Thero is a fl inch display ndvortlsomont in this papor this week which bus no two words alike except ono word Tho saitio is truo of caeli now ono an curing each weok from Tlio Dr Harior Mcdlchio Co This houso plucos a Crcscout on everything they maUo and publish Look for it boiiu them tho namo of tho word and they will return you book beautiful lithographs or samples free Tnu buss drummer In n purndo may bo pcrfoelly lionoftt notwithstanding tho pop ular lmpiPSHinn that ho beats his wuy ITonLcois It is an old fashion notion that medicine has to taste bad to do any good ILLINOIS a 3w CENTRAL Scotts Emulsion is cod liver oil with its fish fat taste lost nothing is lost but the Â¬ Stutcsmuu Horehound and Tar Pikos Toothacho Drops Curo in ono minute Elonoy of Cnncic Colds nnd Bronchitis with Halos A conxrn In onions Is a hard thins to ninlto Thoy glvo themselves away when FARM AND FIELD gathorcd Sittings lu uny largo quuntuy Toxua taste This is more than a mat-Â¬ ter of comfort Agreeable taste is always a help to di- Â¬ gestion A sickening taste arwiit mWRr BBRTTTrt IUU1S Datlr at 900 p m from Ohloao Kew and elacaat fqulproeut bntlt aiproislr Yor this Mrvleo YratM Huhtad throualiout by una Ttokttt ana farther lnfor mutton of rnir Inonl ticket nt or br addreMlna AU HAUBOU Q P A Ill Cant II U Ohicaao llZ m rw SOLID VESTIBULE TRAIN 1 3 Flax is again destined to play an im- Â¬ portant part in our agriculture as its cultivation is now on the increase in many portions of the country A careful investigation made by tho Kansas agricultural department shows that during the past year it has paid better than uny other crop Br increasing the yield of wheat per acre through the agency of fertilizers the land la also left in better condition than before as it is often tlio case that but h single ingredient of the soil is uecehsary to induce a larger yield and by supplying it to tho plants tho fertil Â¬ ity of the soil is balanced by tho excess of the ingredient Fiavomng butter with the odor of fresh flowers is ono of the arts of the French peasantry Tlio process is very simple and consists of putting the llttlo prints which have first been wrapped in a thin cloth into a tight porceluin dish on a bed of roses or whatever blossoms aro chosen Among the llowers which give tlio most do fcirablo results are clover and nasturt- Â¬ Â¬ Ant ono can tako Cartors Littlo Liver Pills they aro so vory small No trouble to swallow No pain or griping after taklug is always a hindrance There is only harm in taking cod liver oil unless you digest it Avoid the taste Oil will ho paid to tho ncont of any acuta company who will my over hla own uame aa ujtontthat Uie JoM 500nREWAR WAGON SCALE 5 TON 60 IE ITCK psT rilOOP KOOST These cups aro kept half full of coal oil or crude petroleum Tho rods nre made to pass through tho ends of tho roost and the roosts may be raised or lowered by moving an iron peg K E a few holes being drilled to tho rod for that purpose or the roost may be lifted off when necessary Tho roost should not touch the walls of the house Tho roost is a protection against lice and may itself receive an application of coal oil occasionally It may be of any length desired and should not bo very high as tho lower the roost the better for the birds in jumping on and off It will save our readers much hard work and annoyance in summer Farm and Fireside Protecting llvlilKfH and Culvcrta The great danger to bridges and cul- Â¬ verts occurring at flood or high waterÂ¬ time when driftwood chokes tlio wa terway under them may be greatly ob vlnted hv settinj a stout post from two to four feet from the entrance to the bridge on the up stream side All drift wood and flotsam instead of floating down against tlio walls of tho bridge lodge against the post in midstream Even should tho spaco between tho post and abutments on both sides bo iilled with rubbish the mouth of tho baidge will remain unobstructed and tho water will How through freoly both over and under tho obstruction Orango Judd Farmer Â¬ Tnapoot says Tho stars aro peeping Thoy are probably sizing up tho audience through a silt In tho cunnii- - Hinghiimton Leader Tnn renl ostato speculator Is rarely sat Isilcd with his lot Columbus Post Tnn Jooltoy munuRoa to live luxuriantly a buck pay Pittsburgh Diaputch if tint equal to any marto nnd n standard rclLabbt scale For purttculura aihtresa only Jones of Blnghamton filDgbamton NT IlowNCliemiit oaSouthjth Avcaue New York Your tlmcciit keeps Srotta Emulsion of coJIItm SCOTT all drugltti everywhere do i o Html for Inventor Ouliteorllow toOlitaln a fatoiit BsiuirarDlvalot IKNOtON and ItODNTV IAUA 3PATRI0K OFARItKlt - WABUIHaTOK D 0 upH mi ims arm ui ip Patents Pensions ti u- with well knit figures nro seldom worsted in a fight Pittsburgh DlBnntcli MnN UIV CCUCD ONLY TRUE Jtu Tni opplo you uiusnt havo always looks tho sweetest Hums Horn THE fin I rLlLn AoE AQTUUA nmA gers A Touau tender tho offer of a slughand In niariiugo Boston Courier GiAzmns suffer mostwhon thoy aro not troubled with patios Pittsburgh DIsputch Following tho races Many an empty pocket Puck Straining every norvo Puck TONIC R Will nnriry BLOOD rornl t HIDNKYfl remove rIVKU uiiiiruur uuiiu iirenjciu rciiuw appetllo rcitoro health and YiKoroi TUiuu IRON CURED TO STAY CUrIdT We want the namo and ad rtrosa of ovory HUfleror in th U 0 and Catmda Address i ihroia jtuD MoXh 10 CIHFET POM U- Send at once for our Catalogue aeoteatl-monlaC N Newcomb Davenport low Pulling a tooth alo lunch Eaten out of houso and homo Tho pic Tkiiuv says he depends on clover to keep up his farm that ho used to bo too crazy after stable ma Â¬ nure but littlo by little the wonders that could bo done with clover were found out His rotation is clover ono year the first crop cut for hay usually and the second left on the ground until time to plow for potatoes the next 8Prlng potatoes thu second year fol Â¬ lowed by wheat in tho fall without plowing tho ground T 13 iums A btinot man enn ho rolled upon to Elmlru kcoo everything but his promise Gazette LADIES I uonuf icrei nin- cles rucclva now force BnfTcrtnjr trotn complaint H uyapcnniiif Inirahiolutely eradicated anuti uriKitonon nram power incruasuu DROPSY OANCERS Address Ua 1 a kkw ms paoKaKosnioa lot Trial 6 o for tiosioRa receipt of and tumors treated i bo knife used No TAfitxn UATAnim CORED within 10 dr K mx Cd cunaitt also olu soasa Hans St Ccikkati O i cat and drink In moderation for no man In hippy with dyspepsia Texas Sirtlngs remarked Tins h what I call rough tho inateh when Its head struck tlio sand paper Lowell Llt izen Evrur poot ought to keep a cat No poet can not along without tho mows Den Mr Hon roio bloom on clicoki oe utlnca Coinplxon Hold everywhere All koiiuIdo foods iicar Crcuront pamphlet DR I 111 IIIWII IU PIIVUHJ UMW W - be ml uaccutatauip lorU paga St Louis Me CO JAPKHON MANUKACTUItlNU OT1MK THU tAttHtwJ DM S VtKi CURED RHEUMATISM full dlrettloHS r nth tieniRiuiitwU Ill en nut lorii vi iiuiiak or sample vn up nnd nartlo ilars Mr SsJKNT MTAMl tn r M I c Columbus a IIARTER MEDICINE CO AGENTS WANTED ON SALARY or commission to handle the New PntentChemleal Mr Ink Kraslng Ioncli Agent mahln Mourn Krar Mf nUola Crosse Wis Box rats rirca smy --m i trmui QRA rEFUL COMFORTINO wk u K ver Sun I f Dont Ho Deceived by Innld Patted up owes aro almost sure to Mriko the eyo of the beginner and fnwary being large of fine symmetry and looking in every sense as the best i mo breed If you look in tho moutn Perhaps you may find some teeth ab- ent or vory long which indlcato old H Choose an active ram ot the Wood Ho should bo masculino not coarso strong neck levol and Wralght back woll rounded ribs brls t prominent full fora flanks with u 5 leg of mutton when fat and of wool and bolly wol covered w Woo Western Rural j81 Pty Tin hlllpontor Is a man who will stick worst man hi tho community Yonkcrs Statesman I have struck a tromondousblowlox claimed tho man who Kot caught in a hurri caue Washington Star A sunonoK knows llttio about railroad As soov as the corn fodder is cut It lag but ho is right up ou handling u break should bo carefully shocked and al Yonkors Statesman lowed to euro well when it should bo enough supper BiMT 1 didnt carried to the barn or placed under tho Bessie What did cat half jou have for supper I shed Fodder Unit has Billy Company covering of a been exposed to tho front and all kinds At things hnppou sometime of weather loses its bright color and Surcn recently opened u juwolry storo li good If deteriorates In quality and got die jeur Tor doing so condition nl classes of stock highly quality Tiikre Is always relish It but when Injured in leaving eiutcd with a piano amorHlinfluoncettSiui It it fsat wprigbt it simply pick it over stock will squares Capo Cod Itwa much of it to ba wasUd nil for tho EPPSS COCOA MHr a thorouuh knoirlodso of the natural laws which HOTorn tho oporntions of illeUon and nu tho irlllon nnd by n cnrutul apilcutlon of Klips Hue liaa proporiles of nullolucicd Cocoa Mr dulicntelr uroTldcd our hruaktaai tnblos with t Torne which mar fnru us mnnr heavy daronrd doctors hull H l by the judicious use of auefi iirllclcs of dlot time n constitution may be nradiiaW lr built up until slfoiu t ouufi to roisterer ten BREAKFAST RUPTURE rlTIT--- T rwVMisffx H obxib by JLlllllllllBII fcl xt H H La wlm have weak lunca or Asth imkphouldM Plsoa Cure for tJfiiMiwiption It baa ur4 Ht iiiji Ntia ftaaa notlaitir tils not ha4 to led ooa beateeuflsayrHp take Ulstbe 8oW eTerrwhere CeBsusapttvaa and psople r 1 dmicrtIHtafl Ilnulrrilsof subtle maladies are noatfnii around us rcdy to attack whereTer there V mnyoscapo manra fatal ahafj Isu weak point by keopinu onrolvra well orllMod with pure hlnod n properly nouiWbod tram- e- OitU Ztrvit nnd llaittlt Mado simply with bolllna water or milk Hold tinit In half pohimI tins lr Orocuri labelled thus CO lieiflpathU Cheml Jtl JAMES EPPS Lenden Englafwi i a INFORMATIOnggHS RIM eJlmat- rarli ty of crwwi snm Msm a1 eetilws a WHlUf WKITIKV T AVVKNTMIUMI 4 -- J sat LI 1 nm Ltf eyej Tire w t te i 3 AM wpw sw Amrw iarean -- si r -- ie t m Mil PJ e is i Mrmni Itiut t ai M ifsts I si y wcT r yf 5 f i i-- ft P I i r i lettville Texas I have tried Chamberlains Cough Rem Â¬ 8100 edy with great success R Tanneret Tun rcadors of Tub Herald will bo nleascd to learn that there is at least otic Waveland Miss dreaded diseaso that science has been able bo Chamberlains Cough Remedy can not beat W L Davis Liberty Hill La to euro in all its stages and that is Ca- Â¬ I havo used Chamberlains Cough Rem Â¬ 18 Catarrii Cure Is tho only tarrh Hal edy in my family and tiie positive euro now known to the medical bent I have ever tried consider it W J Flowers fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional discuso requires constitutional treatment Dornville Ga Fifty Halls Catarrh Curo is taken internally Swango cent bottles for sale by Rose acting directly upon tho blood and mu Â¬ cous surfaces of tho system thereby de Â¬ Htnlllon Ileoorcl llrokon lit Stockton Cat stroying tho foundation of the disease Monday Nov 10 Marvin drove Palo atid giving tho patient strength by build- Alto tho gamo Electioneer stallion in ing up tho constitution and assisting nalimit breaking tho worlds stallion rec- Â¬ ture in doing its work Tho proprietors ord and winning for the Palo Alto stablo havo so much faith in its curative powers all records of tiio world Ho mado the that thoy nfler Ono Hundred Dollars for mile without a skip breaking after he any caso that it fails to cure Send for passed the finish list of testimonials Address It was a wonderful performance His F J CHENEY CO Toledo 0 quarter wero 81 103J 130J 208 Sold by Druggists 7fe Hell Bird the Palo Alto yearling went against hor worlds record of 22GJ but Dnuiostin Economy mado a break coming under the wire in Maria Baid an Arkansas husound 228 Sho went to tho half iji 112 have you ennyldee to his other half A Durfees stallion Mc how many young uns wo havo Kinney by Alcyon trotted against his Nigh onto leven I guess record 217 and mado a record of 212 And how many dogs air they round beating tho stallion record 100 Howard Â¬ Â¬ four-year-o- ld four-year-ol- d gentleman slowly sauntering down hero wild an old farmer Seventeenth Street the other night was who t on t Brighton to the conductor of Detroit Lansing and North6rn Iraln startled by a shrill whistle that sounded 1vo been wuitinir behind him Ho naturally stopped and aday or two ago Ho looked around but saw no one half an hour for that boy to como round started on but had proceeded only a fow What boy yards when the whistle louder and Th feller with prize lactogen They are not allowed on this rond shriller than before was repeated Again ho looked around and again he saw no ntow the matter one Then his heart misgave him for Whats Thoy haint the hour was almost midnight Vague that they haint 11 Because pnwicngerH found bo much unutterable fears clutched at his soul until his sleek locks grew to resemble fault with them You dont say Id like to know tho quills of that notoriously fretful porcupine who rained any riimpiiM about It the It was a general complaint tne pun HeHut suddenlyglancemystery was solved overhead thinking chanced to n swindle lie claimed that it waa Wall wall Tho public muHt be a that probably like tho May Queen he curious sort o critter Why sir I paid had heard tho angels call when ho per- Â¬ twontyfivo couts for a prlzo package on ceived a parrot in a cage that dangled this road two years ago and got lull o from a second story window The eyes pens pencils paper and envelopes to last of the feathered and fcatherless bipeds mo fifteen years and on ton o that I met and tho parrot quickly and appro w nature- you look drawed a locket which the null family priately remarked Philadelphia hnvujiecn takin turns wonrin to meetin ing at fou tl d fool vor since Why sir I calkerlate I rob Â¬ Kccorri bed that poor innerceut boy of jest 1IiiIoiim if tho Trnilo Mouth about 10 and I was expectin to sco I find Chamberlains medicines very him today and offer him 5 to get the excellent particularly Chamberlains Deblamed thing ofl my conscience Cough Remedy Ii h Ethcridge Hal troit Free Press Look Ohh GrnttHl 1h Twit rllpod Mot r A Colds and Coughs croup sore throat bronchitis asthma and hoarseness cured by w wmB is- - tJ Go your- - Ayers Cherry Pectoral the safest and most effective emergency medicine It should be in every family N C F Brower Dr Ayer Lowell Mass 1891 1892 J C Main unci Broadway LEXINGTON KY Co 6tdont go elsewhere to buy HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY Normal and Preparatory School 8ECOXD TERM BEOIN8 Â¬ WOOD MANTELS WALL PAPER MONDAY NOVEMBER 10 1891 TEACHERS COURSE embraces all the brunches required in the Common Schools Theory nml Practice a Hpcciulty Daily drills for Teachers BUSINESS COURSE embraces the Tea chers Course Hook Keeping Business Forms and Transactions and Commercial Â¬ FURNITURE DRAPERIES CARPETS c Â¬ Laws ENGLISH COURSE prepares for Ken tucky University and Colleges of that class- ANCIENT MODERN LANGUAGES Our rates are less than nny school in Eastern Kentucky Rates of Tuition per Month Payable one half on entering School the other ut middle of term 0f 100 150 and 200 hoarding Â¬ at prices Having large show rooms we carry a complete stock in all the different branches and with facilities for buying at the lowest possible prices we are enabled to successfully meet all competition Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ can supply you 9Wesave you money that will Cincinnati and Louisville Prices Duplicated fit K th Most a dozen I guess theres Tige an Rruce an Growler an her four pups nn tho houn an terrier an thorn other o Hanks that loaf round yere Yas lovon children and only a doz en dogs Mariar dont you think we have most too many children Times is most tarnation hard yo know Say cant wo put out some o our chunkiest gals to work I low they could make enough in a spell for us to buy another dog or two Jist as yo say Hezokiah Well I Mow if wo could swap two of our young uns for four dogs wed bo fixed I guess Ill try it Toxas Sitt- Â¬ ings j Â¬ yere Last Oail Your taxes for tho three years past and long since duo must now bo paid or I will know tho reason why I have indulged you as long as it is poss ible for me to do so and I hope you will sufficiently appreciate that fact to como up and settle at once Respectfully C O Hanks S W C Â¬ ft Thcre will be no more trouble about too Iiijutli hoard the cost of board and lodg ing will be only 200 ikr wkkk everything furnished We can accommodate sixty boarders in our new building new furniture and good fare The teachers live in the Acudcmy Hall and have the immediate charge of the boarders I G Combs is the caterer no better can be found Â¬ C F Brower Carpets Furniture Wall Paper Draperies Co 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 hoarso a few doses of Chamberlains Cough Rem Â¬ edy would prevent tho attack Even after tho rough cough has appeared tho diseaso may bo prevented by using this remedy as directed Tho only safo way is to keep a 60 cent bottlo of tho Remedy in tho house for uso vfhenovcr tho symp toms of tho diBcaso appear For sale by Itoao Swango We want iiiuir irrL iu iuc Conductor for 35000 cash and ten reserved sorvices equivalent to 10000 Conductor last year won a phe- Â¬ s nomenal raco for at Cleveland beating the best horses of tho age in tho country and taking a record of 22Sr in tho sixth heat Ho is by Elec- Â¬ tioneer dam Bon tag Mohawk IMthree-year-oldÂ¬ oiiiuiKiiuiu in t v in CSI11I Til tioneor colt Fortune for u Horso Miller Siiiley proprietors of Pros- ect Hill btock luirm Iranklin Pa lave sold to Charles and Franklin Ridge- A ChiiiuborlRlunit Kyo anil Skin Ointment A certain euro for Chronic Sore Eves Tetter Salt Rheum Scald Head Old Chronic Sores FovcrSores Eczoma Itch Prairie Scratches Sore Nipples nwj Piles It is cooling and soothing Hundreds of cases havo been cured by it after nil other treatment had failed it is put up in 25 and 50 cent boxes For salo by Rose Swango octOyl Â¬ Ti l Roundabout I- A Probable- CmuMilato or Ue Klotlou Chief Jubtige W H Holt of tho Court of Appeals whoso term expires next year wo learn from tho papers in Eastern Kentucky will probably be a candidate to succeed himself upon the Appellate bench Judge Holt has made a most excellent Judge painstaking and hardworking and has mado a host of friends lu this city during his residence here who would be greatly plcascdshould ho be returned for another eight years by tho voters of his district Frankfort - Post an articlo against Stae publication of common school text books He thinks Kontucky is not likely to improve on its present systoin for solecting text books and would better let well enough alone The State ho says can never turn publisher or contractor without damage to tho schools and extravagant cost to tho public treasury H A M Henikr80N formerly Su- Krintendent of Public Instruction in to tho Covington Any scholars takit g first and second honors on the completion of their courses in the Academy shall he entitled to n free scholar ship each in Kentucky University A free scholarHhip in the Academy will be awarded to ono pupil from each of the following mountain counties viz Dreathitt Clay Elliott Flod Harlan Johnson Knott Lee Leslie Letcher Lawrence Martin Magoflin Menelee Morgan Owsley Perry Pike Pow ell and Rowan provided such arrangements have been mado for the competitive examination by tho common school author ities 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 a certificate from the examiner that he has obtained the high est mark attained upon the examination in his county Wo would advise all to enter at the be ginning of a term but you can cuter at any time and classen will be arranged You cannot find a better school in the mountains of Kentucky Our rates are low our methods of teaching Normal we keep abreasi with the tide of education Our pu pils arc our best advertisement We refer you to them Hazel Green is the prettiest town in Eastern Kentucky free from many of ills ot railway towns and those of more popula tion no Huloons or harbors of temptation The people welcome strangers and influ ences for good are thrown around them All boarders will be under the supervision of the teachers Send for catalogues etc Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FREE SGHOLARSIIIIS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WX IK2e3E22SSesZ2 yrri KENTUCKY CENTRAL RAILWAY 1JLUK OKASS ItOUTK IN EFFECT MAY 18th 1891 THE SCZZyZ Newport News Mississippi Valley Co SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE FROM CENTRAL KENTUCKY NORTH EAST WEST B D AND SOUTHWEST PHILADELPHIA FAST LINE BETWEEN LEXING- Â¬ WASHINGTON BALTIMORE NEW YORK TON AND CINCINNATI OLD POINT THE SEA SH6RE 1891 n JiiHsiurn TO ALL IOINTH JStSciikdulk in Effect May 10 South Bound Cincinnati Covington No 1 Daily No 5 KxresH Fst Le KxiJuiu 11 Paris Le 8 8 Lexington lMoliniond Livingston Ar Le Ar 12 1 1 LEXINGTON LOUISVILLE ST LOUIS KANSAS CITY CHATTANOOGA MEMPHIS oo pm 10 am 8 00pnv ou pm And all Points West nnd Northwest and 18 urn bU3 pill 18 am 10 23 pin 0 10pm oouin ana southwest Daily lOnn 11 No 3 Avcoin Daily lilies Tho Direct Lino tn 00 pin 7 00 pm i WM H Consumption Cured r follows Actuated by this motivo and a desire to relievo human suffering I will send free of charge to all who desire it this recipe in German French or Eng Â¬ lish with full directions for preparing and using Sent by mail by add rowing with stamp naming this paper W A Noyjw 820 Powers Block Rochester duty to make it known to his suffering tice having had placed in Jils hands by an East India missionary tho formula of a simple vegetable romeuy for tho speedy and permanent curo of Consumption Bronchitis Catarrh Asthma and all Throat and Lung Affections also a posi- Â¬ tive and radical curo for Nervous Dobil ity and all Nervous Complaints after having tested its wonderful curativo pow Â¬ ers in thousands of cases has felt it his An old physician retired from prac- Â¬ NY IlmitiMiiuit Governor Alfortl Tw Battles Cared Iler VX Oahboll la July 183 18 A graduate and endorser of the Com- Â¬ X was suffering 10 yera from snooks In my mercial College of Kentucky University so inuob so that at times I didnt expect Lexington Ky which received Gold to recover I took medloinos from many doo Medal at Worlds Exposition tors but did not t any roilof ontU I took Pastor R Smith Pres Wilhur Koenlga Nerve Tonlo the seoond dose rollevod 8 W PECK The State of Kentucky pays ono cent me and 9 bottloi oured me Nkwort Ky February 90 1891 more per pupil than is paid on an aver For many years I was sickly and very nerv ago in the united States Tiio average loast thing would for tho United States is 224 and the ous so that tho was unrefreshlng frighten me and my sleep and I was Kentucky per capita is If tho weak as to be unable to do any housework so 1 peoplo of tho Stato ever como to tho con was always Ill humored and ueproBsed Now ua clusion to do their part in supporting Ton doit los nas noipea me 1 am like a new tho common schools of tho couutty and eeraon can ork sleep woll an J feel contented a recommenu mis meuieiue at every ojipor- stop growling about them then would a tunlty SLIBAItO jjifr brighter day dawn for our Common Â¬ A Valuable Desk oa Nervous wealth XMsetue sent free to say address ana poor BausBte can alto obtain n Sore Throat Saturate a flannel Uds uiedlclae free of charge F remedy baa beea prepared by the IteTerend Thla bandsire with Chamberlains Pain Balm Paitor Kooniu of Fort warne Ind since W ana and bind it on tho throat It will euro s now prepared under his direction by too any ordinary case in ono nights time KOENIQ MED CO Chicago III For sale by Roso Swango BeMbyDraa iUatllerBetUe 0Mmt5 BROWNS IR0H Bl ITERS IitWmS17S BatUesfer9 Curva Indigestion WIIoiuiicm lynopala Mala I May8 CORD PRINCIPAL Paris Winchester 12 1 1891 mKPDti veTo HI toruiti MitldkHboroiiLli Cumberland Gap Corltin Le Uieliinoiid Willianisbiirc lelllco Ar Le Stanford ianeaster Noktu Ar 520pm No 2 Bound Daily Le C 3C- 51 j 03 pm 4 50 pin 7 35 pin 7 50 pin 4 50 pin 0 jin 0 20 pm 1 50 pin 4 45 pm 1 lOhn 3rpm lr am 7 7 pin 05 pm 55 pm 15 KA8T iiouNi Kxpress Fast Ml Acconi Daily Daily Daily ox Snn ex Snn 45pm 10pm Fast ft Lexington Winchester Mt Sterling 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l JO Jim 7 45am 2 33 pin Le 7 00 am 2 00 pin 3 45 7 51 a in 2 41pm 4 25 Ar 10 37 Ar 10 53am 5 50im l 45 Ar 05 am 0 rMiiin r2liipii pm pin pm jHi 15am 4nm 1 Mp Cincinnati Ohio P Atmoiik Iriilliu Manauer leu ljiss Agt ieneral Olliees Louisville Kv S VAU- - Mousk Asst Gen PatmAgt Ollire Chiimher of Coniineree Hnilding W L MiN80v Trav Pass Agt Knott a day between Lexington mid Huntington Make direct connections at Huntington with CAO At Ashland with S V Kv At inchestcr with K C 11 It north and south bound nnd at Lexington with L N L 8 ami C N O T P Railroads LKX1KCITOX AND OllVK IIIIT ACC03IO Connects at RATION daily excejit Sunday Winchester to nnd from K C points and at Lexington with L S Tl It for Louisville lor full information in regard to Iltttet Routes etc apply to any Agent of this or connecting lines or to II E Huntington C L Browx V P and O M O P A IKXINOTOX KV V Kot of Huntington on the C A O route I act MaiiTiiainh run daily except Sun F F Â¬ i ii 4yl 5 -- f Guaranteed Humedy Mbqxjmink tho only permanent curo Wc want 1000 doz eggs at 10c Wo UULLLU for all forme ef headache and neuralgia want your country produce We want EZEL KY reUevte tKa Miin in from 15 to 20 min Kw sale on positive guarantee at your surplus change and wo want to uif than anybody Th Hwuip flWoe or sent postpaid by sell you goods cheaper PlERATT TEACHERS INSTITUTE PROCEEDINGS U 1 CO MtU on rteeipt of iHo 60 cents a box With h new trltniiiintf iHuchlnu a modern W S RhAOKWKM who killed Barney stunler fsl job press hii ulunlmice of tvpe jn V nJicg ACKKM Rodart Was trltnl at Dixon Ky last hhii BUperlpr workmen wo are better ji re 1WHWW iwred Ut print InstitHtu Proceeding IIihh TCuti I wek and found guilty Ut jury nxlMg any office InLtWttern Kentuckv Pewirive mom m trrtxM IWI 81KNOKJt I jtGf jw hla punUhmeat at IS ywrs in tlte xiu mh yiMr tmlew HnUU Hm1COOl KUKrJ Uwtiary KUHar Cirefcii A ria NervouaiiM and ieuoml Debility Thysi cliuts recommend It Alt deulera tell it Genuine has trailo mark and crowed red Hues on wrappan TTUt J F LOCKHART jKflk DENTIST uiiiunw No 2 Huns dailv No 5 Huns daily from all stations ex cept tho Itmvhiml Division which is dully ii livhiii io i mi v y S Harhipok lolnl8 xeP owlunil G W Harney A Lexington Ky which is unuy except aimdav O A Ahhlnnd Kv iiuns unity irom Lvxlng to Cin- I nv l0 n rinclnnntl Ohio Â¬ except Sunday No 3 iugtou No 4 Dully except Sunday Dully between Cincinnati and Lex A- il No 2 and 0 make connections at Win respectfully solicited afily Chester for points on tho JJJJ - M V K No 2 OMrrles throHgh enrs from Cluciti SyjSvJWcSl Tho itiatlv celebrated HRtl to MlddlestrongU and Cumberland J Perrvlan steel ucnrf J and all iuteratedlate smom and runs are eoldat this office at 10 cent a down -- Mhh LOU DAY Proprietress This house hai been recently refitted and refurnished and the table is at all times sup plied with the best in the market Kates reasonable Sample room attached and spe Â¬ cial rates to commercial men latronge i Â¬ D AY HOUSE Hazki Ortjen Ky iiii My ami the bet pencil in town at 5c apiece