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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ns i r o f i - V t T SPENCER COOPER Hazel Green Herald Ownor nncl Editor Of a Noisy World With Nowb From All Nations LiunbYing at His Back SI00 A YEAR Always In Advn SKVKXTIL YEAH HAZEL IRKKX AYOLF10 rOTTXTY j ICY a FRIDAY b 0 gmiwMimummWiiMiwmTnBMi MKriininMiia aA 3w isiniJ t vy NUJIUEll 37 WB DO TUB STATE SUNSHINE AND SHADOW Loss of Profits J H IWeMourutlie T1I10 DOLLAR We are eoine to nwUo omo improvements in our toro room aftor limitary lst Tin contract is Mailed and sealed with the contractors ooiiMMiiiontly wc arc compelled to holl our stock or pack it away Wc pre fer veiling il at a sacrifice Â¬ i menus made nothing in Kentucky Our business is not conducted by fakes and guessing schemes The man thats selling watch chains on the t reel c u ner for M throwing in a watch just to how his generosity needs watching Bunco Stccier- Kale xvo tricksters and green goods Insharps always promise great returns from small investments telligent minds are on to the racket and take no atoek in such Tis value they want hunihnggeiy -- marked in plain liures Kcry suit of Clothe every Overcoat every Pair of Iants We will just plit them in half Thi The ehiapet sale of lino ready cents on ilie dollar IS Ii of Alt Tim lComlall boy who icrontly broko jail at leorgetown itreMtill at largo Wm PrcKirrr sontunwd to lH IihiihwI at Irvine today lrriday Ihh Iwon iivh piled for NO days Miki 1Iouam a fanner nearShnrps bii rr lo t his ham and erop of toliaeeo by lire last week Lo 1000 insur ance SoOO ATiAh WiiiriKin a farmer of Christian County while eroding a swidlon stream last wed was swept fiom his lioise and drowned Tin survivors of the battle of Krank- lin Tennof the Kith Federal Jnlaiitry met in a reunion at Maysville Monday Generals Cox and llobon were prom ttcil to be present Last week a shipment of 1200 jreeso was made from Louisville consigned to Norwich Mich where they will be put upon a pMo farm We extend our sym pathy to the people of that section Dan vil I r isoou to have a new Dom oeratie paper It will make its appear ance about January I under the editorial control of Thus C 1Vx and the business iiniiinueinenl of our friend T M Borrow Â¬ Â¬ CLOTHING BUSINESS JN CBNTHAL KBNTUCKY You canniako your faro and at least 20 nor cent besides to come to Lexington and 1 Â¬ 7 91 fOMWQMr IT W ctKK buy your Clothing SUITS AND OVERCOATS I JP I for Ainu and Hoys from us llesides this wo ofler you tho largest stock to select from that you can see anywhere ffaxm a HIT GCLonuflQ If you oant come write and TKTiTj US WHAT YOU WANT and well send vou samples to select from If goods dont suit that wo Boll or boihI you KKITKiV AT OUR MX PENS E If you want a unit made to order und cant come let us know and well send vou samples and measuring blank with di- Â¬ rections to take your measure and well astonish you how cheap wo can make your Wis clothes to ordor for you whoiiwali and mstail sill E FR3CE CLOTHING HOUSE OO LEXINGTON KY UUKSJIT Heerotary ami Trciimtror Â¬ 100 CENTS WORTH OF -Is what wo give the people GOODS IN CASH F0R 100 CENTS 50 Hut at this sale 100 CENTS WORTH AT GENTS ON THE DOLLAR t Every article in our establishment is ticketed t the lowest price possible The stamp of durability is on every garment Jf vou 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 ami satisfied with the matchless values we oiler EK23EM2J5 L wamSikCiimxEJFiB G STRAUS Jh LEXKNCTON miitimtitKMmtSMUmM KENTUCKYLnlEVVH - yijLtjczmarnm gratAeMWtBMKgCgJMaaryj Clb 53EC 6 fi a ftT Joui iTb WEfrUEftetj USLN5 littY0FTAK lillR a r liOUG fjff f HIS CELEBRATED HAS BURN BStW REMEBY 3UW6S VI 11 H HLI W2JN5WW VJyfrxaj UnnlMil 3S FOR THE LAST 20 YEARS OR SALE EVERYWHERE f - and ho didnt want them sprinkled Asimrw IowrMi a young man who is employed at the phiiing mill met with an accident Tuesday afternoon by which he lost a portion of one of his linger The injury made it necessary to amputate the member which operation was performed by Drs Williams and Combs Jlay City Chronicle Vaixi Shaiu of Hath County recently bought several crops of tobacco in Montgomery at the following figures Six acres of las Stockdaloat Sic 7 acres of Cieo and las Stockdale at 8Jo 0 acres of Elijah Tolby at 8c and 10 acres of Smith and Warner at 10c For seveial other crops he paid an average of 71c Mits Ma itu Alter IMtrwirr of Clark County has brought suit for 25000 damages against the Union Tobacco Warehouse ami the CJ rowers Association for the los of her husband John W Prewitt who fell through the elevator into the collar by the breaking of tho railing against which ho was loaning FitoM the report of the JomniissionorH of tho Siukiim Fund it is shown that the debt of Clark County is 100000 Of this 50000 is for turnpikes and tho re- Â¬ mainder for railroads The assessed value of the county is nearly 8000000 Tho Court of Claims at its recent meeting allowed claims against tho county to tho amount of 18 John Vici a blind Union soldier of H Hath County Iiiih been awaided Hi was wounded Ji 07 pension money at Alt Sterling in tho light with Alur gans command in June 1804 and sent to tho hospital at Lexington where he was taken with typhoid lever followed by gangrene of his wound and total blindness He says he will invest his money in a bluegrass farm Tun IJouibon News has a thank tank as well as ouiselves judging from Dan Kocho the peoples the following grocer has the thanks of The News tor the following trimmings for our Thanks giving dinner Hampton liar oysters White Pliimo colory ripo tomatoes cu cumber pickles lettuce radishes new onions kale bottle of grape milk and a A friend at few other fancy groceries our elbov furnished tho turkey and a Â¬ Â¬ I ipiit sbootin birds on his place for the rca on that Ids were Campbellite birds County oidered an lOpiseopal preacher to 1 Sterling Tin- Frankfort Capital is responsible for the story that a larmerof rank lin 1 M KAUFMAN 54 East Main Street M KKLLY Prosldeat WM hWIIKKRVER YOU VISIT LEXINGTON CAUL ON THE Lexington Foundry Co Office 99 EAST MAIN STREET Shop K U RAILROAD near 7tli St Tlii v are oiiorntinji THIS LARGIiST FOUNDRY STATU unit of LoiiIhvIIIo AND MACIIINK SHOP IN THE fc ss Ollice 10 All kinds of HOIIjKU ANP EXUINE DONE at tiik IOWK8T wviNO iMticiM KEPAIHING SICILLFULLY 1 M KELLY President EAST MAIN STREET on K U Ito Foundry KAlEHOADJ T aTriMcyf iJJLlllbOU TTrr JCLy CHEAP BE SCHOOL BOOKS u u ii ii it ii ii The unilerslgiud takes pleasure in announcing that they have JiihI completed nr riuigitiicntN with the Aiaerleau Hook Conipimy that will enable him to anil the school- books ailoptcu ov the Mate lionnl ol duration at Ino lollowlng reduced rates MuCuHbyH Small Primer 15 A Kavs New First Arltlimetie Uivistdi Primer Second Homier First Ueailer ii reieoiu opener iifi 8X 1 SVcniitl 1 Arithmutio iliird Arithmetic ICev to same CO HO 17 SO 8 Sixtl The ahove sehoolliook piihlleatloiis of t id landards and wti shaill at all times have a fall Icaehers or pupils at the or lees aiiiaed Other Hool Coinpany HI7 Walnut Street Cinciumitl I Third Koailer Fourth Header Fifth Reader 41 f0 7f McOufleys 1st Fcluetic Geouraphy i Kileetio Jeography 4 JIIkIi Aritlimotle Kev to same Jd 85 7 C5 1 10 Feleetio leoLranhv 1 HO American Hook Company are well kliown simply on hand for sale to school oflieors sdiooMiooltH puhllshed hv the Amurlcaii supplied at eorrespondhiKly low jtrlees J T day v tu Hazel Urccii Ky Seeing is Believing fjUr must be simple when it is not simple it is m flMWWwCi not good Simple Jleautlfui 6VWthese viiw words mean much but to see The Rochester will impress the truth more forcibly All metal tough and seamless nnd made in three pieces only MvrSv7fSffXK it is aosoiurciy sajcnwa mwreainwie ltlcc Aladdins I I ll ui uiu ii ir 111111111 a ii wuiuienui lamp ii r us mar- - -- tfjyiafev lor SSC23 velous light is purer and brighter than gas light vv softer than electric light and more cheerful than either Look fortliUMniup Tur Koliiihtimi If the IntnpilcnkTlitHnt Hie iroiiMlnn Hint cntiiluifULHtvle nuvv 114 T m Wimmvy J 1 I a John Lindner a fortune of 55OO00U from the sale of aluminum lauds in Ken LEXINGTON KY tucky U miles south of Pnducih Air 12 West Short Street the laud several Harvey Feature ago for a boughtsum and about that years A Model Restaurant in Almost Every time small SEATING CAPACITY 150 aluminum being a great deal talked of New York Count ami he had tests made with somo of the clay Unci Frosh Oysters at all seasons IUuo Points Nubile from his tract spending no little money Mobile Counts Lvoiy ton of clay luuud in tliH way MEALS 25 CENTS REGULAR The KngliHh Kitclion Meals to order at all hours mf i - r lew other extras Wm Hauvkv of ISvansville Intl is said to have realized with his partner Â¬ -- Wrk rBr FfhA van wnnt nt nil to the lUimtintnil fur mir mmuI ou lamp wifely hv rHjirciiHyoar choice of over U000 i varictiuH from tlic mi Mote in lite tfmM i 1 -- i i i 11111 Vll 1 UIIL lUCU 11UV IUIA rS KmllOtcr iniitl vc will - 11 iiwiirirrii wi- - it - JT5T twmwirmmm K OP MUWUKIMVtl The Rochester JL KY Ii 1 M JlJ 11A7jVAj OJIKKN of Hif ason VlEJuoSioiit 400 pounds of alumnilHHiiw is on tho land contains inum and this is said to he tho best pro- Â¬ Â¬ tle watf niadi in this comity this Meek nov Ml when Younger Norris of Madison do and the iiiunt eourteous treatment to all a hearty welcome horned 100 for J as A Hybee The in 11TTOAHT GIJS HYiuwmi strument works with a powerful lovcrajp HMmrp briue Trimble T i Denton and cuts tho horns oil in a second Some T IMXUFELDRU of them bleed quite freely but the pain ilWITH DENTON is not great and evidently but for a little TRIMBLE SHARP while us they begin grazing in a short time and they seemingly lose no weight CO M The voiinger the annual tho easier and Tho advan less painful the operation t Importers and Inbberinf lotllillff 1 lilts Hoots SllOlH tage of dehorned cattle over others is They fatten moro said to be groat readily not being given to hooking and horning about worrying thoinsolvoH Winchester Democrat Xos fi37 G3U iintl fi41 Â¬ duction yot known Midway Clipper Tin first experiment of dehorned cat UNDERTAKER AND DKALKIt IN Propviotoi Â¬ COFFNSCASKETS And Trimmings of All Kinds Ai l am prcpiircd to furnlNh on nhnrt nntloo ami at low jirlecH C0VF18B OF Uf 1 nun niriilHh egfUiiH cheaper from the cheapest to the very llnest Kl VIW AND Iriuu of Collins from 3 up 1 have 1 line henrac md than vou uu Ihiv the trunming Mill iltiivi r eofliiix cheap 1 J ROBINSON TZil Slts linear Â¬ FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS REPAIRED THMlJTHIVfiilJ jiiii - ri very luiveit prieeM DHYJBOODSlAllDslllfflOBgJK -- West 11 y wrraiigeiaentHiirceiioh that I can ftiriilnh TowWtiit or MmiuiiiPiits from any kind of Mnrhlu or CJrMHitts Mi tt Nury rcHpeotfully An J V OKVKN -- Mniti Street TOUISVITLTC KY our goods ami gimrantuo pri ces snt isfactory and articles as reconunendod SEITZ JUL with D H CARPENTER WHOLESALE DHY GOODS NOTIONS BOOTS PIIOISS c cvTLKrrsnuna ky fu6iy Tlios Henderson WUOLHSAIK ct vj vminFr il 5 r j i u Mr tt rn u f eiCyv 30iVJ ii I i tho only permanent euro for all forms of hendacho and neuralgia relieves the nain in from 10 to 20 minMitoitiMiNK utes- WITH Son iv Tins Herald olllce or sent postpaid by mail on receipt of price CO cento it box For Halo on poitiveguirantee at TEUMaVhy ETC ETC AT THE IRYANT A XTRAHIN llrtlKEU MHE MITlHNlt ai im v W -- j 4 ASHLAND KY vrf tv w rTi ti A ssa W It c4wliic WiWncHt Malitrla luUlgCfMon mm euriulrt6Uw Oct vtmwt For jIg ky M lw to JOB PRINTING NEATIYt OUKAPLYid PHOMPTLY KXJ CUTKOATTHISOFflOK 8od yuMf wit r lit fc m u- - Hazel Green Herald DLAINES Worn Double Do mil Trlokfttnr LETTER illnic hy Ilia tho 1olltt THE HONEST DOLLAR PARTY Irautlulrut Method of the Minion ot Monopoly HOME HINTS AND HELPS Mr Vlalno has temporarily recov- Â¬ ered bin health sufllclently to writo a HAZEL G RISEN KY letter stubbing in tho back tho author of tho protectlon-run-ina- d Mr Blaine has not added to his letter tho request CHARLIES MISTAKE On tho contrary it is Burn tills given to tho press as freely as if its Or How ii Inlr of Trowm rn Spoiled n author had no fear of an investigating Mtit cli SPENCER COOlKR Fufellihar - Htlil MubMnnlgiiit was tho only committee Note the cunning witli tliiujrhtor of the house and heart of which the Mainu statesman inflicts his stab He avers that the following JMicliacl MeKlnnlijtiti of Cowiuiuk sentence is garbled But there is Kthe1 was not the hullo of not a section or lino in the McKinley not much hho was uoitler wumiN you off nor pretty In fact to toll this bill that will open a market for an Â¬ houost South Urooklyn truth she was other bushel of wheat or another barAnd ho says that the folthlrty throo In the shade and as home Â¬ rel of pork lowing is what ho did write But ly as u Chinese idol there is not a section or a line in the Hut Kthul had a heim ClmrloH l aiuitlurov MeSnlflloitn wan entire bill that will open a market for another bushel of wheat or another his full mime Of course a careful Hy this It Ih not Intended that the pound of pork letter writer like Mr Blaine will disgciitlu reader shall think that Charles had a dliturent name when he was cover that in tho two above quotations sober It was simply his complete there is but one discrepancy and that name but Kthel always called him it refers to the title of tho bill In tho one case It was unnecessary for tho ti- Charlie tlo of the bill to bo named and in tho I was u much handier name On this hangs Mr For years Charlie had braved the other it was duifjerous attacks of Mr MeFinr leans Blaines plea that his words have been pet Hilly goat in making hi semi garbled And ho must be granted full weekly calls on Kthel and He had credit for ids observance of the facts tried in every way known to the fair Mr Blaine has not hit so near Hie truth before in half a century JowaiiUhlans to make him propose But what docs this letter really Hut Charlie was c iiiroy mean It is perfectly understood that Charlie was smart he was waiting to Mr McKinley was as strongly opposed well-to-d- o sec how much money Kthels father would be willing to put up to to tho reciprocity clause as was Mr have his home relieved of the presence Blaine to the ultra protection idea of Mclvinley and Tom Beed It is too of his Celestial featured little tfirl Into to argue away the effect of tho One nltfht lie came to an understand scene when Mr Blaino spoiled i new ititf with tho old man He was to marry Kthel and receive 7000 cold hat in giving vent to bis anger at Mc Kinley and his whole tribe He now juley bones says tliat he is in favor of tho McKin- Â¬ Atlcast that is the way Charlie putit They have away of talking in Cowiuiuk ley bill since itcontains the patent recHe shows that which is not very intelligible in Clin- iprocity provision ton avenue so for the benefit of the un- Â¬ tho only way in which he can seo that initiated I will explain that he was to re- an additional market has been secured ceive 57000 KUiels father to whom she has been by provisions that are directusually alluded as der old man or ly in contravention to the Mclvinley his royal jiitflcts could afford to give idea and that were foisted on the bill this apparently very largo dowiy for a against McKiuIeys protest Mr Blaine says am not therelowanus bride with his little Kthel as fore an opponent of tho McKinley ho had made piles of dust as a street sweeping contractor although to look bill as the democratic papers of Ohio alleging ai mm one would not mini lie was are constantly constantly On the con-it trary I have supported worth a cent over since it was perfected by the in lie was a very plain looking man in sertion of Mr clause fact lie was so badly ufTeeted that way Mclvinley the reciprocity the good effect is welcome to that a saw mill proprietor in lowanus he may receive from such had offered him a position to take the ment Mr Blaine admits an indorse op that rough surfaces from planks with his posed Mclvinlcyism as expressed ho the in face but he declined to accept the job bill he so vigorously denounced lie He said he couldnt be plainer does not even deny the little episode of To resume our story The next even- tho says crushed has ing after Charlie had made the finan- supported tinhat But he since he was bill ever it cial deal with her father he calkd on perfected by tho insertion of the reci the girl of his choice arrayed in a procity clause cutaway coat and vest and the very papers in Ohio orNor do democratic elsewhere say that loudest pair of his extensive wardrobe Mr Blaine is opposed to the present of four pairs of trousers tariff bill They simply repeat his Ho sat beside Kthel on the sofa and own words to show that he once de said suddenly Kthel the time lias nounced McKinley mid his bill come forme to speak will you bo mv Ohio republicans cannot see in this If a wife stab at their candidate they will per Kthel answered never a word but sat haps better understand Mr Itlaiues serenely smiling letter after election Its publication Charlie was enraged She smiles at follows closely upon a very close con my suit ho groaned ference of certain gentlemen of the g Ho rushed to the hatraok grabbed o p known to be friendly to the amhis belongings and lied from the house bition of the Mulligan statesman Per while Kthel sat on the sofa in mute haps Bet Clarksou and Mr Conger umacmcut wondering what it all could tell why this letter of Itlaiues meant was put forth with the ostensible pur pose of helping Mclvinley by showing I S It was tho fault of the trou Â¬ that his bill became worthy of support sers they were so noisy that Kthel only after being impressed with the had not hoard one single word Charlie statecraft of Itlaiue Chicago Times had said Urooklyn Kagic THE TREASURY DEFICIENCY MOTHERS EXPERIENCE KIVctM of tho McKinley Mill on tlio Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ honest dollar as tho republic ans employ that term It is a dollar that would be worth just as much un stamped as though the government luid stamped it It is a dollar intrinsically worth Its weight in gold stamped or unstamped The gold dollar is according to tills definition an honest dollar on its merits because l grains m bar arc worth 12S grains in coin Itisan holiest dollar because lifts grains with the gov ernment stamp uro worth no more than JoS grains without the stamp If this is true of a gold dollar why can it not bo mado true of a silver dollar Silver as a commodity on its com mercial merits has fluctuated no moro for the past fifty years than has gold If there is any difference in relative fluctuation the balance is certainly in favor of silver If a man takes live gold dollars to the mint for recoinage ho gets live dollars back If he takes live silver dollars to tho mint for recoinage ho only gob four back Tho recoinage of tho live silver dollars has cost ono dollar bo cause twenty cents on each dollar arc not intrinsic but are in the language of McKinley the mere breath of con gress It is as plain sis your hand before your eyes then that the republicar party is engaged in tho business of coining fraudulent dollars under its own definition of an honest dollar In vulgar phrase it is a skin dollar puro and simple This crime lias been known for cen- Â¬ turies in the world as debasing coin Tyrants in the last shifts of desperation have done it just as the republicans arc doing it now They are coining annually 8M0U0000 worth of silver dollars each containing only 80 cents worth of silver The fact is patent that the sec retary of the treasury is paying 03 cents for tbO grains of silver and only putting oTIU grains into the dollar Miat ho coins and passes off on the people This is an interesting party to bo talking about honest money Tho big Hag that lloats over Washington street proclaiming honest money as tho watchword of the party in this state Haunts a big lie every time it shows its skirts to tho passer by Â¬ of an There Is but ono possible- definition waxed may bo wiped off with a damp cloth and will last for years without being injured while an unwaxed ono une Plaster casts which uro properly Â¬ soon becomes soiled and it to practical- Â¬ ly impossible to clean it N Y Trib Â¬ Oatmeal Hulls To a small vege- Â¬ table dish of cold cooked oatmeal add ono egg one pint of warm milk one tablcspoonfiil of melted butter and flour to make It stiff two teiispooufuls of baking powder Hake in gem iron Holl Jelly Cake Four eggs ono cup of sugar one cup of flour with one teaspoonful cream of tartar and half as much soda sifted in tho Hour spread thin on u long tin bake quick turn from tin on a cloth spread with jelly and roll up - Detroit Free Press lingerbread One cupful of sugar one half cupful of butter one half cupful of molasses one large spoonful of ginger ono cupful of sour milk one teaspoonful of soda flour to make the batter very stiff Bake in a long tin Sood Housekcep spread rather thin C0PVricHTIB3 tf You Bell Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ some dealers always Thoy want to tho medicino thit pays them vuq What you want to largest profit buy is tho ono that does you the most good Which ono is it Sometimes it may bo a matter But in tho case of of doubt cant belicv Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ an insult to your intelligence to havo fiomething elso offered aa just as good In it parlor was seen recently a And heros tho proof Among curious looking dark green jug covered with arabesque figures in gilt outline all the medicines that claim to cure and holding some tall feathery grasses womans peculiar weaknesses irregInquiry developed that tho vessel was ularities and diseases tho Favor- Â¬ an ordinary grocers demijohn usually ite Prescription is the only ono seen covered with wicker This cover guaranteed had been removed and the decoration thats If it doesnt do all thats claimed applied witli most unique and pleasing for it if it doesnt give satisfaction effect N Y Sun havo your A Bieh Cocoanut Cream Ten cups in every case youll back grated cocoanut ten cups of milk ton money Theres strength and vigor for cups white sugar and ten eggs Boil the milk and the sugar with a piece of every tired and feeblo woman cinnamon for a few minutes pour it health and a new life for every over tho grated cocoanut and let cool delicate and ailing woman and if Strain it through a cloth presssiug well theres no help theres no pay with the hand so that the full flavor of the cocoanut is extracted beat the eggs well and add Set over a slow fire and stir continually until it thickens Irpproved Servo in glass dishes over slices of plain sponge cuke Ladies Home Jour- Dr Pierces Favorite Proscription heres no room for doubt Its a tatter that can bo proved With tho facts before you ita irg Â¬ Tower Â¬ nal Kgg Sauce for Deserts Three eggs one cupful powdered sugar one teaspoonful vanilla or lemon extract beat the whites to a very stiff froth then with a silver spoon gently ami slowly stir into them the cupful of sugar and flavoring and last stir in the yolks having previously beaten them very light The directions must bo followed exactly and the sauce not allowed to stand after making or the result will not he satisfactory It is particularly nice over boiled or steamed rice Old Homestead Â¬ 5LICKER V i Abiolutel Guaranteed X iS Proof Jite r Boston lobe Slckmhi rtiidthFiJhDrind Q TucLnmonrvcry Coitt if Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Vnluo or KcHjilInt from the OeciiputloiiK Niillonx 1 Iiiiiiicch SI ruin of Itally Two mothers each with a young baby and no nurse were discussing I should how they managed it bo worn out said one Im sure except for my rests I make it a point as soon as my babv is sound asleep for his morning nap to drop everything and Oh said tho other lie down myself while my baby takes his dav nap is tho only chance I have to gather up tho loose ends about the house In these two phases of management lies a wide and deep philosophy Ten years irom now it will bo safe to predict that that second mother will have lines in her face and wrinkles on her brow that have no business to be there and equally that mother Xo liwlll bo fresh and blooming Women are beginning to understand that it is tho continuous unrelieved strain that tolls it is doubtful if many of thorn particularly the busy workers fully appreoiato that it lies within their I own roach to modify this condition never stand when I can sit and I never sit when I can Ho down says a woman who has discovered tho value of brief respites and hor sisters if they try may similarly llnd innumerable oppor- Â¬ tunities now overlooked to ease tho htrniu of thoir daily occupations If ever so brlelly Most women stand before their dressing bureaus to do their hair an unnecessary waste of strength Even if tho dally coiffure is a very sim ple one taking a brief timo to accom plishthose few moments will amount In tho onil to a goodly sum of rest N Y Times Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The effort of tho secretary of the treasury to mako the governments in Â¬ come appear to equal ami surpass its outgo is very palpable By holding back appropriations and by putting overy obstacle in tho way of the pay ment of the just claims of tho creditors of tho government Mr Foster has made it appear that his receipts for September exceeded his expenditures by SH 0jUiii But this merely shows to all who recall the extravagance of the billion dollar congress that ho is not paying the current demands on the treasury A sum iimo tinting to between 10 000000 and SM000000 duo during tho Jlrst quarter of tho llscal year has been withheld in order to make tho govern Â¬ ments books balance In other words tho expenditures were really about 8 lJO 000000 while tho receipts were actually 810017 SO -- u deficiency for tho quarter of about SttOOOOOOO indi cating a deficiency for tho year of Â¬ Â¬ REPEAT THE LESSON Popular Sentiment Unheeded ly Spend- Â¬ thrift Itopulillciinx Last year the people voted down tho republican party with a unanimity un Â¬ matched since the federalist party was voted to death for its treason Is there any bound reason why any man in any state who cast his ballot last fall in rebuke of republican mis conduct and in protest against republican tendencies should this year vote other than a democratic ticket Bast years rebuke was not heeded The chastisement brought no repent a nee The Fifty first congress repealed none of the measures of extravagance and in justice against which the elec- Â¬ tion was a protest On tho contrary it went on to enact other measures of like character It defied popular senti ment and mocked at tho popular con demnation of its course It is necessary to repeat the punish ment and ompliasic its meaning Kvory state that went democratic last year should give an increased majority on the same side this your Kvory man who voted last year to rebuke the billion dollar congress misdeeds must vote in the same way this year if tho N Y lesson taught is to bo learned Â¬ Â¬ 5oftWoolerj fy WatCll Oull Collar A JV ct A f J TOWER MH 0OST0N MASS Ciut HOUSEHOLD A - BREVITIES for variety- of 1ncIiiI Miygestloiis IKHIMCWIIf the tar will be removed Initials on house linen are much darned over before being worked to raise the letter To remove tar from cloth rub cloth well with turpentine and every tract of Mi P f tf Latest Styles I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ World AVliRt Alleit llliu Ih Mistress Ilrldgot what orylng so wildly for that child Hll his sooth in sirup and ot Mtyl I dont know what now tho cork alls him unless its tho bottle ho wants to KsuwullyIhurmHCtiutloal Era NttrsuShuro mum lios just drinked Tho prediction made by the World more than a year ugo is receiving sin gular verification On duly J2 18D0 the World predicted a deficiency of SS 1000000 assuming tho correctness of the ostiinuto of tho friends of tho Melvlnley bill who stated that that measure would reduce the revenues 000000 Tho present indication is 000 that the reduction will reach 000 and tho difference 8SW 000000 lidded to the S400OOJ0 would mako a X Y World deficiency of SI IJOOOOOO Tho tin plato continues to come Two hundred and forty sevon thousand six hundred and sixty pounds arrived in Chicago from Wales a short time Hgo This is no datnpenor on homo pro Â¬ duction however and If that Ohio con corn keeps at it long enough it is pos- Â¬ sible it will mako a sulllciout quantity to cover ono good democrats barn possibly if tho good democrat in ques- Â¬ tion will accept tho plated lead De- Â¬ troit ivwe 1ivss Â¬ -- 8l0000000 kiiiuII hIo vot POINTED PARAGRAPHS rotuliiIiiKult tlm virtues ofllio laror Thoy aro gnu runt fil purely olios -- I have not resigned said Mr vegetable ltoth Men of tln so plllti uiu nun milieu inn nxnei mo or - m Utium and I do not intend to run TUTTS TIXY IIYiil VIMS under fire If it could bo made cer- Â¬ Is shown In tho liortlnr of thh ail tain that Mr Uauiu would retire if tho firing ceased there would be an imme m diate cessation of artillery all along tho GRATEFUL COMFORTING the line Chicago Times Now that Mr Harrison has seen genuine American tin a sample of plate and has written a letter about BREAKFAST it lie should come to St Louis and seo i thorotich knoirlmico of tho natuml Uwj llr govern Mr Xiedringhaus in tho act of trying which tho npi rntloiis of illjoulou inul nil tritlon nml by n rim ful ntipltcntiuit of thu lino to persuade the imported Welshmen to properties of iullui toil ocuii Mr Kppi hm provided our lirt nktiiu with n luiu ainlr work against tho American scale of tinvoiireil voriicfi which tiloit nmy euvo tin iiiniiy licitvr clnc torn lillK it li hy thu wages St Louis Republic of Mich Judicium nrtlclei of diet unit n constitution nmyiio iiraditae ho y hunt iii until The sweeping democratic victory to ieit every in noncy toilioino mroiiu onoutrli utihtlo innliidiesitm Iluudrciliof in the election at Indianapolis shows floMlnif nrniiml uk ready to attnek wherever thern li ii weak point Wo may escapo inniiyn fatal nlmft two things That the secret ballot of hy koupliiK ourselves mill lortllloil with puro blond tho democrats by the reform law helps ul a nroporly nuurlihoil trumu - Civil Strrlct fjiixnff putting a partial stop at least to tho it a plate smaller round than the jar Mmlo dimply with bolllnc wntor or milk Boi onl In hall pound tins by Irocern l iueiled thus Dudley stylo of vote buying and that t orving to keep it under Meat of any kind may be preserved in JAMES EPPS CO Homccopnlhis Chemists President Harrison will havo to go London England away from homo for a political indorse- a temperature of from eighty degrees ment- N Y World io one nuiKireii degrees ror a period of Tom Beed knows just how to say ton days after it lias been soaked in a the right thing to bring down the solution of one pint of salt dissolved in house in thunder and applause But four gallons of cold water and one half we notice ho never mentions the uuim gallon of a solution of blsulphuto of El I Hy repeating this process the of Blaino like some of tho other repub calcium lican orators when ho wish of to wake preservation may bo extended by the up his audience It is also uoticeabU addition of a solution of gelatine or the that when Keed Is present none of the white of an egg to tho salt and water Only the best and largest oysters Salvation Oil other orators ever mako the remotest 358K should be chosen for frying Dip them allusion to tho secretary of state ono by one in flour then in heateii Boston I lobe LOOM Tho altitude of Mr Blaine admits egg season with salt and the merest clash of cayenne dip again In powdered of two constructions Kitlior ho is a Send at once for our Catalogue 20otestl- candidate for tho presidency or ho is bnttor craekor and fry thorn in boiling iiionlals C N Newcomb Davenport Iowa holding tho field simply to keep out hot fat deep enough to float a dough Turn them in frying and cook H4Y PElfPR cuREf TO STAY CURED oilier aspirants who might prove too nut I atho strong for tie slender following of them in all for four minutes Drain IFl I I LILll Wo wantevery imino and tbo rtroMot suricror In tliom thoroughly lay thorn for a mo Harrison In tho former case he is AvThMA U H uml Canada Address AOlnfflA Ihrold HayesXD MiloNX treacherous to the president in the nient on coarse brown papor to absorb latter he is treacherous to his friends any fat that may cling to them and B WAVITHU rmt ha jwrlli However any explanation of Mr servo them at once in a folded implcin Blaines motives is possible so long as on a hot dish accompanied by quarters RHEUMATISM CURED It does not involve treachery to his of lumon and water like slices of brown tKVr HTAMP bread dalntly buttered Chicago Post fAPulilJvfarSliirr Chicago Times own interests Â¬ Â¬ Pefeet mutton will be firm and juicy a rather dark red in color ami with a good deal of hard clear while fat much more in proportion to the lean than in beef An excellent use for oyster shells is to clean the fire brick of the stove Lay a number of them on top of the hot coals and when the fire burns down it will be found that all the clinkers have scaled off tho bricks Chamois skins are not derived from the chamois as many people suppose but are the flesh side of sheepskin The skins are soaked in limewater and in a solution of sulphuric acid fish oil is poured over them and they are carefully washed in a solution of potash If practicaole have the breakfast room face the morning sun and in the window set some blooming plants to bo replaced by others when thoy cease to blossom Let in the sunlight upon them and the table and try to greet the dawning day with happy converse and gentle laughter Nothing so well fits man or woman for the duties of the day as to begin it with cheerfulness Lard is now so adulterated that the safest plan if a pure article is any object is to buy tho leaf lard ami try it out at home straining into a largo stone jar and keeping in a cold place Where salt pork is bought in small quantities it can bo kept also in a jar or tub half Hied with brine and tho pork must not be allowed to come above Â¬ Tlia ltTKsr I IMS L U HH YtlltK lASIIIilsy tirOriW It if v I Mir Niivii iIimIm K t ininilor tl loi til f AIX LArt Do La Mode 7 OlOltl IlATJS l I llm WAMn Tniil I ArrRatr nlZit ui lnt vr iin herYork a Moi ju wriu III HI lmv FOKTHEMILLIONSOFCONSUMEHSOF GO OB HEWS It kIvoh Tutts Pills nounco Ih Dr Tutt plciiiurn to nn that ho It noxv putting tip a TINY LIVER PILL vlilrh ofoxrcrilliigly mmmm EPPSS COCOA iM Â¬ If FflPLVfl fiTD ifti RIGIWET - 1 - tr 7Trv you aro going to frco tho Hebrews from bondage Hut whoro Is your nrmy Where Is your navy Clonr proiliica Not a aword osi havo you not a spoar not a chariot Tftlmntjoa Sormon on Brick Ta n Dr not a horse Atttnunl viunn u iijr mr nirnmr nlnnMil Without Stmwa tiU God was on his side and he las Or as my uutliorltjr duidnros 70 pur n Ah n army of his own Tho snow storms r roiil nf tvlitit lint tinil nro on Gods side witness the snow Â¬ makes is paid for la ea lo the govern jjgypt Siv rint Tlmon avjich rimrnnli In- Â¬ banks in whluh tho French mont Now that is not so much tuxu- - vasion wcro buried on tholrarmy of nnd tlm ileum iro AVoni Wit way back nil ne titunihlnitlii III ItOMllllgU tl llilb lt a ntrln i tinrutnnillilVIIIII 11M4 IIIIUK VUI1 fAfcftt t lnvru t f lint ti tu r ttviii of that You wbo groan under heavy witness stii 18th hm aitiu an vli um piuuf of Juno at Waterloo tho taxes In America whnn tin tiuiiniRtu tin eti t nrtil kiI tlm I havo heard that In Egypt that work Â¬ Tho subject of Dr Talmncs Sunday made road that tho attack could not ing people have a song like this They on Wellingtons forces until boeleven sermon was UrieUs Without Straw a continuation of tho scries on tho con- Â¬ starve us they starve us they beat us oclock and ho was strong enough firmation of tho Holy Scripture which thev heat us tint theres Knmn mm to hold out until reinforcements Dr Taltnnjfo found In his journey from above theres some one above who arrived been Ills will punish them well who will punish opened at 5 Had thattho battle tho Pyramids to tho Acropolis morning In oclock in Hut seventy per cent of Swoad of at 11 tho destiny of Europo text wis Isaiah xx 1 The burden of them well government lax in ugypt is a mercy as would havo been turned tho wrong What is nil this excitement about in compared to what the Hebrew slaves way Tho heavy rain decided every- Â¬ the btrccts of Cairo Ejrypt this Decem suffered thcro In Hiblo times They thing So also aro tho winds and tho Stand back got nothing but food hardly fit for a waves on Gods side witness tho Ar-Â¬ ber morniiiff in 188U Wc bear loud voices and bco tho dog and their clothing was of one rag mada with one hundred and fifty ships crowds of peoplo retreating to the and their roof a burning sky by day nnd JOM guns and 800 sailors and V0 fiidrs of tho street Tho excitement of ami the stars of heaven by night You 000 soldiers sent out by Philip II of He Spain to conquer England Why did they stand it others becomes our own excitement say What beFootmen come in night They have a cause they hntl to stand it You see came of those men and that shipping rod in the hand and tasseled cap on along back in the worlds twilight there Ask tho wind and the waves all along head and their arms and feet aro bare was a famine in Canaan and old Jacob the English and tho Irish coasts Tho Their garb is black to tho waist except and his sons came to Egypt for bread mon and tho ships all wrecked or as threaded with gold and the rest is Tho old mans boy Joseph was prime drowned or scattered So I expect that white They arc clearing the way for minister and Joseph I supposed the Moses will bo helped in rescuing tho an official dignitary In a chariot or car- Â¬ fathers and the brothers called him Joe Israelites by a special weaponry riage They are swift and sometimes for it does not make any difference how To tho Egyptians the Nile was a run thirty or forty miles at a stretch in much a boy is advanced in worldly suc deity Its waters wcro then as now front of an equipage They arc tho cess his father and brothers and sisters very delicious It was the finest natu- Â¬ Wo havo fleetest footed men on earth but soon always call him by tho same name that ral beverage of all tho earth die for tho human frame was not made he was called by when two years old no such lovo for tho Hudson and Ger Joseph by Pharaohs permission gave mans have no such lovo for tho Hhinc for such endurance to his family who had just arrived tho and Russians havo no such love for tho I asked all around me who tho man in tho carriage was but no one seemed richest part of Egypt tho Westchester Volga as the Egyptians havo lovo for to know Yet as I fell back with the farms or thu Lancaster farms of the tho Nile Hut one day when Pharaoh rest to the wall I said this is the old ancients Jacobs descendants rapidly comes down to this river Moses takes After awhile Egypt took a a stick and whips tho waters and they custom found all up and down the multiplied running before the turn at famine and those descendants turn into tho goro of a slaughter house tihle footmen rulers demanding obeisance as in of Jacob tho Israelites came to a and through tho slulcos and fish Â¬ Jiiiesis before Josephs chariot the great store house which Joseph had ponds the incarnafined squid backs How tho provided and paid in money for corn up into tho laud and tho malodor people were commanded I see the swift feet of tho Hut after awhile the money gave out whelms overythlng from mud hov- Â¬ knee and as Then canin throne- - room men followed by the swift feet of the and then they paid in cattle After el to croak nil horrible horses how those old words of lere awhile the cattle were all in the posses- frogs with Thou sion of tho government and then the over everything Then this people miah rushed through my mind bast run with the footmen and they Hebrews bought corn from tho govern- cleanly almost to fastidiousness were have wearied thee how canst thou con- ment by surrendering themselves as infested with Insects that belong to tho slaves filthy and unkempt and the air bured tend with horses Then began slavery in Egypt and buzzed with files and then the dis Now my hearers in this course of sermons I am only serving you as foot Tho government owned all the He- temper started cows to bellowing and man and clearing tho way for your brews And let tho modern lunatics horses to neighing and cnmels toÂ¬ coming into the wonders of Kgyptology who in America propose handing over groaning as they rolled over and exrailroads and pired And then boils one of which a subject 1 would have yon study far telegraph companies andby tho govern- will put a man in wretchedness came things to bo run twyoud any thing that can be said in other ment see the folly of letting the gov in clusters from tho top of the bend to the brevity of pulpit utterance Two hundred and eighty nino times ernment get its hand on every thing the solo of the foot And then the does the ISiblo refer to Egypt and the I would rather trust the peoplo than clouds dropped hall and lightning And No wonder for lOgypt was any government the United States ever then locusts came iu swarms of them KgyptianWoo with the day the mother of nations Egypt the had or will havo and congresses and worse than the grasshoppers ever were in Kansas and then darkness dropped tho mother when legislators mother of CSreeeo Greece mother of Eng Â¬ administrations get possession of any for threo days so that tho people of Home Homo the hand before their land England the mother of our own thing more than is necessary for them could not see their midnight covering would be the revival in face great surges of land Aeeo ding to that Egypt is our to have That And last of all on tin night of On other this land f that old Egyptian tyranny them studying what for which God has never had any thing the lblh of April about 1800 years be Â¬ left you Sabbaths tho Destroying Angel fore Christ thev must have been in their but red hot thunderbolts Hut through sweeps past and hoar It all nightlong en glory the Hypostylc Hall of Ear such unwise processes Israel was awful wings of Egypt naethe architectural miracles of Lux- slaved inbegan alland tho long linethe tho fiapl JlapUlap of hisgreat hearse until Egypt rolled on a up and down tho agonies or the Colonnade of lloremheb in every Egyptian eem lories of Memphis the value of a Nile Heavier and sharper fell the tho eldest child deadson of Pharaoh exeldest Kingdom in one monument the Sphinx lash hungrier and ghastlier grew the home The palace and all night in up which with lips of stone speaks loud workmen louder and longer wont en- pired that streets of the Memphis and Helialong the centu tho prayer until IIOOOOOI of the enough to be heard across the up and down tho Nile ries Heliopolis and nan the conun slaved were crying Oh Ya Allah Yal opolis and all funeral wail that would a God there was Oh God lint all that Allah drum or archaeologists Not havo rent tho fold of tho unnatural Win re vis lido to come from extravagance of palace and temple and If It had not been impenemonument was tho cause of an oppres tho throne Pharaoh sat upon that darkness deep as hell Not the army Pharaohs officers com trable sion high as Heaven and The Israelltish homes however wero Not tho surrounding The weight of those blocks of stone manded that Put thse homes were full made them untouched threat beavier than any modern machinery nations Pharaohs gods Amnion and of preparation for now is your ehauee could lift eune down upon tho Hebrew tremble Not the for Pharaoh O yo wronged Hebrews Snatch up slaves and their blood mixed tho mor- Osiris or tho iroddoss Isis tho groana of what pieces of food you can and to tho built their temples out of tar for th trowels tho and again on and this diabolical servitude lint one hot desert Its simoons are bettor thanscor Wqgee again Its Thouoris tho daugh- bondage you have suffered along tlie Nile a boss workman rough day the Princess while in her bathing pions will not sting so sharply as tho ly smite a subordinate who did not ter of Pharaohbanks of the Nile has wrongs that have stung you all your please him It is no rare occurrence house on the to her that there is a lives Away Tho man who was cra to sec long lines of men under word brought the river in a cradle dled in the basket of papyrus on the on heavy burdens passing by task masters baby alloat big leaves Of course thcro Nile will lend yon lip Ip This is lashing them as they made out of at short distances and is excitement all up and down tho the night of your rescue They gather go by into greater speed ordinary baby in an ordi- together at a signal for then thee workmen exhausted bankscradleanattracts smiling attention Alexanders armies and all tlm armies blasting hcati of the nary Avith tho in a cradle of papyrus of olden time wero led by torches on upon the bare but an infant day lying down river arouses not only ad- high poles great crests of lire and the suddenly chilled by the night rocking on a curiosity Who made that Lord Almighty kindles a torch not hold ground t miration but nrnvur Yi Allah but by omnipotent boat Who made it water tight witli by human bauds out of straw or oil Oh dodun Va Allah which means launched it Itcekless hands Not made Who Mut what must have been tho bitumen God basking but kindled out of tho atmosphere shown by the Egyp- of the crocodiles who lay olden time cruelty tho such a torch as tho world never Saw be sun the in tians to their Isrnelltish slaves is indi- themselves wado snatch fore and never will see again I trenched and in cated by a picture in the Heni Hassen maidens child and first onn car- from the earth unto tlie lieavon a pil is held down on up the tombs where a man another lar or fire that pillar pracucaiiy say then and him t t II Iu iiiinl his face by two women and another ries Mill I I HIS nr J tho way up tho lllgi iiililt W11JI1 feet while tho of earrics him and all of caresses till On that supernatural flambeau more Voids up the victims bank bo runs a gauntlet their eyes llials iMat the bare back of tho victim rushes out of the bathing than a million refugees sut Thou come every stroke I havo no doubt fetching Thouoris says Aaron lead on Heautlful foundling Moses and house and tho blood iu tlm fimilUuR of Israel Then come the you as my own I will adopt Now you seo how tho Iharoan coum m and sit herds and flocks moving on across tho wear the Egyptian crown ford to build such costly works it cost shall No No sands to what is tho beach of waters on the Egyptian throne but called nothing for wages nothing but them He Is to bo the emancipator of tho now called And when I In tho Hlblo tho Red sea and blood of tho toilers and No the tears Tell It In all brick kilns tor Hebrews tears und bipod are a cheap dritilcmay Tell it among all those who are wrlth dipped my hands in its blue waters tho Hrieks without straw devils among all tho heroics of tho Mosaic passage rolled hardship until you ing under the lash tell itHeliopolis and over me not suggest so much of Memphis and After threo days inarch the Israelltknow that tho bricks were usually castlesand Thedes Heforo him a sea Zoan made with crushed stravstraw will part On mountain top alone this ish refugees encamped for the night on crushed by the feet of oxen In the one will receive from the Almighty a tho bank of tho Red Sea As tho shad do thrcshlngandthls crushed straw pick law that Is to bo tho foundation of all ows begin to fall In the distance Is seen they had to V iiled to the workmen 4i ivnrld - asts When tho host of Pliaraoli in pursuit moru law iii vv a piece of Htubblc or LOOU dead wiiiiu will como down on No- - wero six hundred llnest war chariots up hero and there God I his ho is followed by common chariots at full u till ill nniivii from tho water side i i inrv him no man or speed And tho rumbling of tho whools u nnn firmed by tho 4i tho niuijuivnu iiui woman or angel worthy to attend and tho curse of Infuriated Egyptians fact that miiiiy ot tlia vtwk layers bricks obsequies grows up and goes out and camo down with tho darkness Hut tho Egypt have on tho lower The child Lord opened tlo crystal gates of opprcs made with straw but tho higher layers of or studies tho horrors of Egyptian and tho enslaved Israelites brick made out of rough straw his Indignation for tho truth the and suppressesnot come although passed Into liberty and then the crystal rushes from tho river hank rifiht time has sea rolled shut against of the Hook of Exodus thus written In fly and when gates of the once for a mlnuto ho let pursuers It was about tho brick walls discovered by the modput tho whip on the Egyptian ho sa v a task master who was doing 3 oclock In tho morning whon tho In- Â¬ ern explorers back of a workman axlctrecs of tho Kgyptlan That governmental outrage has al the best and heard tho poor follow cry terlockedcould not move an men ounor A Egyptian chariots ways boon a characteristic of Moses doubl d and saw the blood spurt way Hut tho lied sea unhitched the m rulers Taxation to tho point of etarya un his fist audstrucic iiimuu the warriors over In he horses and unhelmeted tion was tho Egyptian rule In tho Hlule ho cruel villain i rolled swung tho and left tho proud host a wreck on the times as woll as It Is In our own tltno aid exanimate and never Then two choruses Arabian sands A modern traveler gives the figures again Served hlra right Moses led tho men In one golnir to uader aroe and led the worotn la the other concerning tho cultivation of seventeen lash You feel that and Miriam nereis tho value of tho yield of tho flelo takoVelmpUbllltlM fttutad in piaster YA ALLAH IKHhien KxpatnuH rtu to ut tr 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ and tho women beat ttmo with their All tho wom- Â¬ Tho record says en wontout after hor with timbrels and And with dancea Miriam an Sing yo to tho Lord awered thorn for llo hath trlumped gloriously tho horso and his rider hath lie What a thrillthrown Into tho soa ing story of cniluranco and victory The greatest triumph of Handels genius was shown in his immortal dra Â¬ Ho Isrsel in Egypt matic oratorio hod given to tho world tho oratorio of and Atha Esther and Deborah Halt but reserved for his mightiest ex- Â¬ ertion at the full liolght of his powers tho marshaling of nil musical Instru Â¬ ments to tho description in harmony of tho scenes on which we this morning dwell Ho gave twonty soven days to this production with Us twenty eight choruses enthralling his own time and Israel In till after tlmo with Ills Kgypt So the burden of oppression was lifted but another bunion of Egypt Is made up of deserts Indeed Afrlea In a great continent for deserts Libyan tlesort Sahara desort deserts here and there and yonder condemning vast ro gions of Africa to barrenness ono of the deserts t000 miles long and 1000 miles wide Hut all those doscrts will yet bo flooded and so made fertile Do Lesseps says it can bo done and ho who planned tho Suez Canal which marries the Red Sea and tho Mediterranean knows what ho Is talking about Tho human race is so multiplied that it must havo moro cultivated land and tho world must abolish its deserts Eight hundred million of tho human race aro now living oil land not blest with rains but depeudenton irrigation and wo want by Irrigation to make fcot Â¬ 0 oMM noun 8 OAMPTOW s COMM Fxorairom If Ths pstroRst e ef the kaveMiff rwpeetfullr ollolted Table the M evsrj attention fer the oenfert ef yaete f RED KELLAM WITH Pte M Wholesale eplSly 4B TIMMONDS Grocer PORTSMOUTH O GENERAL MNP OF MKROKANDMK ABOVK flALARY WILL PEDDLING FOR AOKNTi LIVE PAID TO ADDRSeS TUEIX INFOItMAtlON 25 PER WEEK 9ST SALARY Wawtkd Good Agent to bkll ojr Bl U CHICAGO GENERAL 8UPPLY CO 178 W Van Huron St Ohioaoo III HENRY MATLOOK wrrn CO MCMILLAN HAZEN WHOLESALE BOOTS AND SHOES KNOXVILLE TENN J DAY f Tlio ahovo goods are handled by fc CO Hncel Green Ky TP Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MI about that religion Its disciples mtiHt always wash before they pray and that A commendable Is five times a day Nos UH 138 RACE STREET grace is cleanliness Strong drink is positively forbidden by Mohammedan CINCINNATI O ism and though some may have seen a drunken Mohammedan I never saw THE KRUSE 5 BAHLMAN one It is a religion of sobriety Then they are not ashamed of their devotions When the call for prayers Is sounded from tho minarets tho Mohammedan immediately unrolls the rug on thu ground ami falls on his knees and DOMPAHY crowds of spectators are to him no em barrassmentreproof to many u Chris tian who omits his prayers if peoplo 11 15 and 17 West Pearl Stroot Hut Mohammedanism are looking with its polygamy blights every thing CINCINNATI O It touches Mohammed its founder has four wives and his followers are Mo the enemies of good womanhood V 5uThe wholcmlc Irado of Eastern Ken i hammedanism puts its curse on all lucky la respcutfnlly solicited Egypt and by sotting up a sinful Arab higher than tlie immaculate Christ is TlIE an overwhelming blasphemy May Goil help tho brave and consecrated missionaries who are spending their lives In combatting it Hut before I forgot I must put more emphasis upon tho fact that tho last G0MPANYSC outrage that resulted in the liberation of tho Hebrews was their being com pelled to malco bricks without straw Notions That was tho last straw that broke the Wholesale Dry Goods God would allow tho camels buck despotism against his peoplo to go no 101 101 and 103 W Fourth Strcot further Malting bricks wit bout straw Â¬ That oppression still goes on De CINCINNATI 0 Booth Ftdo mand of your wife nppropriuto ward and bountiful table without prorobe viding tlie means necessary brinks with out straw Cities demanding in tho public school faithful and successful in struction without giving the teachers competent livelihood bricks without straw United States government de manding of senators and congressmen at Washington full attendance to the Interests of the peoplo but on compen sation which may have dono well enough when twenty five cents went as far as a dollar now but in these times not sufficient to preserve their bricks lnfiuenco and respectability Not 71 and 70 Main Street without straw In many parts of tho CINCINNATI 0 land churches demanding of pastors vigorous sermons and sympathetic service on starvation salary hunetlficd US MEYER Clceros on S100 a year bricks without WITH straw That Is one reason why there arc so many poor bricks In all de- Â¬ partments bricks not oven ojoiinnus ino- Â¬ room for 800000000 more tion the prophecy will bo fulfilled and this desert will blossom as the rose So from Egypt the burden of sand will bo lifted Another burden of Egypt to lie lifted Is the burden of Mohammedanism al though there are soino good things Hy Irriga- Â¬ MARKS BROS MARKS ASD Â¬ HARDWARE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ GEO W MAOTN Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ GROSSMAN CO Â¬ SCHLBUTKBR Saddlery and Harness G Â¬ Â¬ WMKERRG0 -- Hahr-el-Kulzu- m Â¬ Â¬ Hahr-el-Kulzit- m Â¬ Â¬ There aro three books regarded as sacred by Uuddhlsts of Ceylon The fiibt culled the Mahavaiiso is the most highly venerated It has been very carefully handed down from gen eration to generation tho most ancient copies not varying iu tho leant- from those of modern date Thu Mahavanso Knca and contains Tho Doctrine Lineage of Iluddhut besides tm an thontlo annals of Ceyloneso Uuddhism Next to tho Maliavsnsd In point of veneration Is tho Learned Priests history of Iluddhn called the Rajarat nacarl This book also contains ox tracts from other antique works be sides a record of the erection of the various temples and shrines of tho island and a history of the kivfrs from the year 540 II C The talru of the Coyloneso sacred books Is called the Ilajavall or Light Olver It is simply a modern supplement of the other two and brings the records down to date The main portion Is given up to record- Â¬ ing events In Ceylonese history slace the advent ot the Dutch espeelal at-Â¬ tention being glvon to thstportlenof the work which tells of the exftwlstea of the iortuyuefte MU LouU Republic Â¬ - Tim Hanrml lloo of Ceylon Hardware Agricultural Implemmii OLIVER CH ILLED PLOWS MALTA PLOWS FOSTER 8TOVK 001 COOKS MILLS EVAPOKATORi CHAMPION REAPERS 4 MOWERS STODDARD AND ACME HARROWS DOORS AND f ASH A SPECIALTY Noi 110 Si 112 Second Street IRONTON OHIO Sly DO YOTT WANT TO 8AV1 FROM 2fl to 60 CENTS ON RVRT DOLLAR YOU SPEND f Iv K WJUW 0ATAL04VJI 0R OUR ILLUBTRATKD AMBFRIOM CONTAINING ILLUSTRATION MANUVAOTURK0 III XVKRYTHINO Or SIRS Â¬ HAXUAcrtr the Unitkd State atILLUtTRATIOtriL 10000 FRIOEfl 0ATAL04V9 ALLLINK8 RKFRB8KKTED MAILKD FKKB 0 APPLICATION ADDKFiW CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO No 17S Wwrr Va Burk Bi CHICAGO ILL A ll V CVI1 A mTVHTTTD kJ J IX I int km for Mis SI iw I fete tfbetf ye esty If c ti ers4 iteiUawj UUUWTW this LMwer OftU T7 p i V Hazel Gjreen Heeald 8PENCER COOPER - - - Editor ji week the Scientific American presents whatever Is new in the world of science art and manufactures thus doing the service both to theoretical and For forty live years practical workers Co Ml Broadway N Y have MtNN conducted this paper with close reference to the work of procuring and describing patents in a way to make it an authority on scientific and mechanical subjects Price l00 a year and subscriptions will be received at this olliee Kvitv Citizens Not io no I Bo ilk WmSm WINCHESTER KENTUCKY PAID UP CAPITAL HAZEL GREEN KY Dec 4 1801 Phi day BRIEF EDITORIALS AND NEWS NOTES Dit Axdikw MpFamand founder of Oiik Lawn Retreat for the insane at Jacksonville III and of whom mention Iris been made in this paper on several Wi want 1000 do eggs at 10c Wo We want want your country produce surplus change and we want to yotir SCIl von goons ciiuiipur man miyiiuii II V llKKATT CO MORGAN COUNTY iwmamzz m 1 it IrA ra sfisssa 17500000 Hr WASH MILLER PRESIDENT 9 f ioiiitioiiH Died last Saturday evening after a protracted illness Mrs Laura Prater Prater Just exactly two occasions committed suicide on Sunday wife of W mouths ago their sou Leonard died and Nov 22 while under temporary abershe never recovered from the shock She ration of mind lie was a man of more was a devoted mother and a chiiatian than national reputation having written A T Picratt and J S Nickell have and published tjovornl works upon innan had the spirit of improvement for some ity itH chinch and treatment and IiihI time in the line of barn building Nick Had end is deeply deplored Ho was ell has just completed a splendid one 5 struck on the head by a piece of falling and Picralts is one of the most commo timbor a year or so since while reseueiug dious buildings of the kind in this local some of his patients from his burning ity S 10 Bayes and wife have returned Asylum and he never fully recovered Mr from a two weeks visit in Illinois from tho blow Tin Hiiiam extends Bayes says it certainly is a very fine sympathy to the sorrowing family country but all things considered he does not see that he could better his con- Â¬ Tin Texas State Alliance in session dition by changing locations at Corsicana Texas last week adopted a Austin Pieratt who has been in resolution for the appointment of 25 Texas about 10 months returned home delegates to reproxent Texas at the Mem last Saturday much to too joy ot ail mem txMMw1phis Tcun National Convention to be who are acquainted with him especially 11b some young ladies held this month Letters were received wife of Died on from Gov North iv of Georgia and Bartley near tho 20th inst She had John been this place other prominent members of tho Alli- Â¬ in feeble health for some time She was ance endorsing the action of the Conven buried in the cemetery at this place tion and pledging their support Reso lames Havens who recently got his lutions condemning the action of the leg broke in two place by a horse tailing Supreme Council at Indianapolis and with him is doing well under the cir cumstances proposing to sover all connection with Mrs M F Dennis nee Mary Bell tho do facto National Alliance and Nickell who has been sick so long is providing for a separate organization convalescing nicely with entirely now officers were adopted B F Davis has bought an interest Wsussaa in W N Nickells store Stylo of firm David T Hisalh tho millionaire ban Nickell Davis kor of Kansas City Mo on Friday night Miss Li lie Prater who has been ransomed his abducted boy givingV000 quite ill for sometime is improving Nov 30 for tho childs safe return Tho little Bluht fellow was taken to Mr Hials residence Wuttt Llbort WIspN by a masked man transferred to his take the present opportunity of com I fathers arms while sleeping and the municating a tew hastily written lines in mouoy paid over without question Sub order to inform you that I have not for sequently hmii Smith alias Mrs Ai gotten you but still entertain the high msivr Kino tho abductor of the child on est respect for paper of integrity and one who does not stooo to low trashy Thanksgiving Day was arrested She things that would wound the feelings of was a domestic in tho family and the your patrons for the petty sum of oO cents or 1 We are proud of such pa evidence against her is positive pers for their lives are long and useful A kkqukst addressed by tho Associa- Any paper that will submit to the publited Press to United States Consular ofli cation of slanderous or other matter that would cause trouble its cors throughout Franco as to tho pros- ought to bo denouncedamong we natrons for all have pects of tho Chicago Worlds Fair in ciyil enough to contend with without papers districts has brought a number of re pushing forward trouble plies Tho general tenor is that tho feel Tho nicest affair that has occurred ing of tho people toward tho Fair is one in our midst is the marriage of Jam a 1 W Henry and Miss Watches retailed at wholesale prices of indiflbronco in one or two districts Henry son of Joso Combs of Beaver near Frenchburg whoro the MoKinlky law presses most Ky James is a model young man ami Call or write for anything in the severely a feeling akin to hostility is we hear that his bride is among the most JEWELRY LINE refined of ladies May love joy peace manifested plenty and long life be their lot Established quarter ot u century Kvery thing fully guaranteed We auk glad to noto that our old Drunkonness loafing and ill feel- Â¬ friend S S Carsity who has been cor ings pervade our town too much for our respondent reporter boo deeper and general good but tho officers aro responsible for most of this i e if wo have astistaut editor on tho Sentinel-Democra- t any officers No 8 NOItTII UlMKK Stkkkt in tho order named will on the first Cold Oh very cold you would bo if LEXINGTON KY of January 1892 bo promoted to tho I did not givo it thee cries tho coal AMOS DAVIS WITH position of of our valued digger James Lykins who has been sick so contemporary Sam is an all round BETTMAN BROS Co good fellow tlcRorvingof his preferment long is thought to be convalescent Manufacturers of Nov 30 Emti and in advance we congratulate him m Tiik Mt Sterling Gazette will aftor f tem s- - ti j aai4iflMI 96 W Pearl Htreet Cincinnati O January 1 1891 do its Duty by having a city editor Ciiaulks Duty of that West Liberty Ky t carbuncles city has purchased an interest in the scrofulous sores Gazette and will hereafter do Duty in 1 ii JllPPn Hilf J Hi mil iSllli h 4 S W WILLIS I VICE PUIOSIDENT Â¬ aimHsSly wmmt sIS w A H HAMPTON CASHIER J W POYNTER ASST CASHIER lIlSfllflJKSffi the Iv mmm iiLi Lj iu U 9i a 1S1 Â¬ Â¬ customers the most liberal accommonations consistent wit n correct banking business Has amnio 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 Â¬ Do You Need Money can pct 80IIetninS uetter than dollars from us The completion of R to Jackson has cut us ofi from a large wholesale trade heretofore had by us in several counties east and left on our hands an immense stock of iioods which we aro 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 and make competition howl We oiler to Country Merchants extra inducements and guar Â¬ antee to them lower prices than they ever got before We 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 U R Y011 Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ covered with goods at half prices As the prices we namo merely give us a chance to et our money out of the goods we cannot afford credit Goods will be sold for cash only or countrv produce live stock and school claims taken in exchange o have opened a new department under the charge of Miss Laura liawlings and Miss Lula Day which is fully stocked with tine Millinery Notions Ladio iMirnising Goods Wall Paper Carpets and Oil Cloths School Hooka and Sup pies 1 ictures and rumen etc etc Mis liawlings is a thoroughly competent Milliner and Dress Maker and wo offer you a Citv Stock to select fiom You can get in fine and stylish Millinery and Dresses hero as anywhere and at the verv lowest prices Yours etc P X HAZEL GREEN AY cSfc - 9 KENTUCKY Â¬ -- Otis W Snyder editor-in-chie- f For Boils Pimples eczema and all other blood diseases ftnrawr -- CATLETTSBURC KY Tho Largest Drug House in tho Ohio Valley Manufacturers of 228 REMEDIES that are Sold by the Dozen 16000 Square Foot of Floor Room 28 Hands Employed a ouie jiropneiors oi me lamous Mole proprietors of the rcnowned frV WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING DRUGGISTS t jionly NERVE is sold on an absoKING JThe reinedv that U- flute Ely tin position named comes him to tho fold and wishes him abundant success in his new field of labor Tiik Hkuald wel- Â¬ Trimble Bros WHOLESALE Kiianintee to cure all Pains undg Cramps and Colic Piarrlnen Dvs etc Used internallv ami exter 4 The best Liniment In tho worldJ Pit ICE - CENTS For the nerinanent eur nf IhImh In ttio Illick Illlll till fliiini ilnru nP Uiunnn iihiifv or uiohe wlio X hind Urinary Organs uiichicn Thousands of have used tln Vll6 cer- - f remedy will be sent on application this x gayFou Salk y Dkuo STonis Iimr iuti anm Country Stokks Evkrywiieri take Stato Board of Prison Inspectors at Nashville Friday parted tho rumor that they had determined to return the convicts to tho East Tonnesseo mines Tho free miners In that section swear it shall not bo done and troublo is anticipated Â¬ A MKKTitfn of Tonnesaeo Ayers Sarsaparilla It will the purpose of allovinting tho many difficulties under which numerous capitalists throughout Russia are now laboring tho Imperial Bank has given notice that installments duo on script of Hrst mortgage bonds need bo only par- Â¬ tially paid iKFiittKtWA is now prevalent in Ber mudH It is of a more violent typo than For tired feeling will relieve and cure dyspepsia nervous debility and that 10C EBSf MT STICKLING KY UK DAY A1TOUNEYS AT LAW Ofliee over Exeliance Hank 1 11 1 UOF KENTUCKY Maysvllle St Mt Sterling Ky Practice in MoatKoinerv Powell Menifee Wolfe Hreathitt Itowan Majcotlin and Mor 26 PROFESSORS and INSTRUCTORS gan counties and Superior Court and Court Agricultural Soientiflo Engineering of Appeals Classioal Â¬ W OO D DAY f A T WOOD fITOWSB o -- QKKAK ffSrCouHignnients of produce and the putronuire of Mountain Merchants respect fully solicited Jcllly HICISTAFF Normal Sohool Aoadomio Commoroial and Military Courses of Study KY r - AHOUNKYS AT LAW MT STERLING COUNTY APPOINTEES Has Cured Others cure you Heres the little Jeweler of Ezel Turned to a Watch the time to toll Traders Deposit Bank MT STKRLING KY J10000 Hoard in dormitory per week in private Practice in the courts of MontKonierv and families X50 to For Catuloguu address adjoining counties and In the Court of Ap peals and Federal Courts JAS K PATTERSON Â¬ RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION Fall term begina Hentemiier nth lain Capital J M I 200000 Surplus T Hals II HEXNETT LEXINGTON KY PhD i it that which caused 1889 so much au tiering in 1om Pkdro ox Emperor of Brazil 1iA4 m gMHUd a pension of BOO0O a jwr with iumgrsffifrOmuvciabdr m Hkmox wera kpunjd for iM tfUmV- - of rm niVmwn wjim at Mutfeld md Praxk GAiRrrr U PrUUv To nell goods lner Tluiu ever before Open lace Stem wind cheuku ami loan you uionvv when in need American Watches 110 W W TimMPKOvOuh H W CECIL Jit PltDIMUKTOK fHrii UVIfliti lwL s ao The justly celebrated ItiMiitlfnl Ulilinn c T This new hotel linn Just been opened for Perry ian steel pens J Ooop VtfOr- - Jlocki St Superior imiif kSj tS2eSU Ed inn I in T Koeuis r aro excellent iwi Uj ot hewing Machine OH a ox bottles 10 are soiu at tins ouice at w cents a dozen m cent Respectfully T l CAltlt and the bent pencil in town at 6c apiece i ill IIo is on his k nets Ah tliu public hCCii Ami a prayer is uinric llinSTAFlrrMdpnt KIKKPATKIlK W W YANKIE SEIP wuiiiio Gloves v COEi - S SADER IO 1 SON Ill For tin Jewelry trade Not that hes busted Or his trade has rusted Hut as times are tight He thought it right Jnfl Straw Goods AND UMRDr IS We niicct fully solicit the husdneM of mer MIILMrOTIlE O chants farmers traders and business men 82 N Paint St generally throughout Eastern Kentucky A KUI L 1 lOTEIi Kouornl hanking business done Ciive us a chance to scud vou a hank hook nay your WEST TJRKRTY KY Â¬ Vice President THOMSON Catriiicn ioiiri1MNiirn A I All A Caps ue mms StuicOT lkxingtox ky Whiskies c Wholesale Dealerx in C Straight Kentucky Brandies A Wines FINE OLD WHISKY SPECIALTY I wsrssrr CIO A US AND TOBACCO ssr- TK ss t1 oi o IIuhh larger anil Nreathilt than nil other papers in the state Htnl merchant in Mt Sterling Win clientcr Icxlngtniii Louisville ami CiiiIii nuti will tluil It Til K UKsT MKIIIlM through Mhioli l neciire MoMitimi Trade APVKUTISINO KATKS Gjreen Hazel circulation in Herald Wolfe Morgan Teachers Advertisements inserted lor Irj than 3 rent an Inch fur the tint months will be insertion and - cents an inch tor each sub MMiiiciit Insertion TUANHIIM fiiTMU UK 1 TltANSIKNT AllVKIlTlblNU MUST 7 12 1 lAM IN ADVANCK STANDING ADVKIITIHKMKSTH S A inch Inches luchtH - montliH ro 00 IS 7 i inches -- J 00 inche f oil i inches Liberal rates on larger advertisements made known on application luteal notices to lie interspersed among reading matter 10 cents u line with a dis count of Jf per cent where they run a month 4 I Â¬ 1 Obituaries tributes of i expect etc 3e a line Count six words to the line aim sentl N II WithersiOon President of tho money with the manuscript We will write obituaries and publish ato cents a line Winchester Hank P II Winn gencrul book Marriage and death notices not exceeding keeper of the same institution and W T ten lines solicited anil published lUKK JfiErlUlIS FOU IlKOtIAIt ADVKKTIKINO Ogdeu City Attorney of Winchester spent 1AYAHIK QUAHTKIIIY ON IKMANI a week bird hunting in this section and left SlKWKU COOltill Address for home Thursday of this week with about Hazel Green Ky 110 birds It was the first visit Messrs Witherspoonnnd Ogden ever paid our town Ouu old friend Wash Edwards has and we are glad to say that they go away our thanks for n half bushel of nice turnips well pleased with the place and the people Mr Floyd Day who was attending the hu Winn has been here several times and thinks Hael Green the garden spot of Letcher Circuit Court last week has return creation and her people the best on earth ed home Ogden said to The Herald that they were A HEAUT1FUL head of hair can be re- Â¬ going home iu self defense for if they re tained indefinitely by using Halls Hair mained here any longer they would founder Henewer and not be able to get away Without im Rose Swanoc request us to state plicating himself he said the appetites of that they have a full supply of Chamber Witherspoon and Winn are out of sight They were all the guests of Hon I S God Iains remedies sey and wife We are always glad to have 0 C Crawford formerly of this such people as these visit us and we hope Tminty is now teaching school at Whites the trio here named may come again soon burg in Letcher County Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ or more is the programme or the Dr Iv ash reports the following as on Association to be held at Hazel the slek list Mrs K Oaskey Miss Mollie lirccn on the second Saturday in December Douglass nervous prostration Mrs David 1KIM Whltaker dlpthcria Mrs Kmlly Paskev Welcome address W II Cord diptherla Mrs Hebron Walters Mrs Lula wMm X Illlurtun Kash dlpthcria litdge Levi Knslis wife 1 Ileeltatlou tda Swaugo All are Improving except the last named The general attendance and how to increase it Caphell II I Price taxiiigton Ky Irnhain and W Taulhee carry the finest line of dress goods in that How to bring the teacher and city A lady can take the morning train at patron into sympathy and Torrent do her shopping at Lexington and co operation The money II L Jrahani and I B Stamper return on the evening train Price Kssay Nannie Kinh she will save by buying of Cnssell will pay her fare and she will have an en- Oration W II Dellusk i H JJecltati f Mitllle James joyable trip beside Lssiiy Dora Hanks Every man in this community should 10 How far should teachers he in subscribe to a few shares of stock in the fluenced by public opinion Huiliiing and Loan Association Kdgnr Kash General dNcussion Lula Kash Mrs The germs of scrofula are destroyed by Nannie Kash J M Lovelace It Ayers Sarsaparillu Sold by all druggists Stamper and James I Graham WOLFE COUNTY 1 1 1 The following II F PIERATT 1 T PIERATT H F PIERATT DEALERS CO iivi IN IIIEM LIVE ti tM m pnki f ww HHifmnf ilWesiHWlWB6AWa STOCK COUNTRY PRODUCE f Good People Play Progression Buy your goods while they are cheap and now is the time Â¬ 5 luce at McNuhh on tho K V Miss Maggie Byrd of Torrent was a linvc extended tho Credit System until wo aro compelled to cIobo our guest of Prof A F llyril Sunday night books ami wc respectfully ask those who owo uh to come in and pay part John T Coons returned Wednesday or till of your note or account Trusting you Will heed this wo remain CO II P PIERATT Very respectfully e from Virginia where he has been on busi Campion Currency Kelly Folks has located his saw mill the way to make it profitable is to sell everybody And tho way to sell everybody is to sell cheaper than anybody Ami that is what we are ioinc to do for Cash or Country Pro We want to buy more goods Dont you see that is business We arc not in business merely for pleasure nor for health but for the prolit and sa and this is our reason OT WP ngflWo Â¬ ness C C Hanks camo homo Saturday night from Lexington where he had been on official business Read the ndvertisenient of Sheriffs Sale for Taxes as it may be of interest to vou Sheriff Hanks means business Dn Kash reports that the wife of S A Doc Perkins on Nov 28th present ed him with a handsome 15 pound boy Â¬ receive the paper to January 1 1893 forl in cash and now is the time to subscribe to have iu the house Ayers Cherry Pectoral n prompt and certain remedy for croup colds and pulmonary affections New subscribers to The Herald will Handy Â¬ Â¬ When a lady desires a piece of nice dress goods it pays to buy it at a place where they handle the best Cnssell fc Price Lex ington Ky is that place f Â¬ H B Maupin representing D II Carpenter Catlettsburg Ky dealer in dry goods notions etc writes us that he will soon be here and requests the merchants to hold orders for him was current Wednesday that John M Hose was killing hogs but as neither spareribs nor sausage have been received at this office we are iu doubt about The rumor Â¬ the truth of the report were held in the Christian Church at this place Thanks giving Day and Rev F A Savage Methodist minister of Campton delivered a most eloquent discourse on the subject Union religious services Â¬ Â¬ m The Herald and tho Cincinnati En Â¬ quirer weekly will be sent to any address for one year for the small sum of 180 Two first class papers for little more than the price of one Send your subscriptioi to this office t S 8 Comus the genial landlord of the Combs House came over from Campton on Sunday and was the guest of his 11 F Pieratt until Monday He came over to bring his boys who aro attending school at the Academy son-in-la- II Mr Wise of Clay City has been here several days repairing the machinery of the Campton Mill Our counlymnn John T Center ex Deputy Sheriff bought a mule from Prof A F Ityrd Saturday for which he paid 110 Rev F A Savage preached an elo Â¬ quent sermon ut the Hear Hen school house two miles from this place Sunday evening The storehouse of G W Robinson is about completed It is a handsome struc ture and adds greatly to the appearance of Rev Thos Tyler a minister of the Baptist Church died at the residence of his the town G T Center and N Fulks two of father S M Tyler near Hazel Green at 8 our prominent business men will in a short oclock on Tuesday morning The deceased had been in bad health since last June but time locate two saw mills on Mill Creek rallied several times and gave hope of recov- near the K U Rev W B Ragnn preached an ex ering On the morning of his death he felt better than usual and accompanied his fath- cellent sermon ut the Methodist Church on er to the barn While the latter was feed Sunday evening to a large and attentive ing he heard his soon praying outside the congregation Rev R D Biven of the M E barn and getting through with his work he went outside to assist him to the house He Church preached an able and instructive straighted upas if to arise but dropped over sermon Sunday niiht to a large audience and expired almost instantly Thos Tyler He will preach here the third Sunday night was an earnest and devout Christian and a in each mouth good citizen We extend our sympathy to The following were registered nt tho the sorrowing family and friends The re Combs House the past weak 11 W Smith mains were laid to rest in the family bury- Cincinnati 11 A Carpenter Grayson Ky ing ground on Wednesday James G McCue Mt Sterling Gus Meyer Ashland and G II Mahan Paintsville We failed to note the fact last week A society was organized at the Court Gus Straus the leading cloth- House Wednesday night to be known as but Louis iers of Kentucky at Lexington recently the Campton Literary Society and the fol su fie red a severe loss The particulars of lowing officers were elected Dr James II the loss in that they marked down all the Stamper President Z T Hurst Vice Presgoods iu their house 50 cents on the dollar ident Miss Lou K Ilyrd Secretary Miss and now mourn the loss of profits as may Lydia Hanks Assistant Secretary George be seen by a glance at their advertisement Spradling and T F Stamper Sergcants-at-ArmMiss Lvdia Hanks General Kditor draped in black on the first page of this This is a severe blow to them and we of the paper It L Athey Jacob C Fulks pupcr extend our sympathy but after all its an Miss Rosa Belle Asbury and Miss Mahala Prol A F Uyrd ill wind that blows nobody good So while Ilyrd Assistant Kditors submerged in sack cloth and ash II L Athey anil A II Stamper were elect they are es as it were the people are pintedly iu ed to write out the by laws for the govern and can dress handsomely on ment of the society The society will meet the swim half that it formerly cost Our readers can every Wednesday night at the Court House and will he opened with prayer and singing not do better than to give them a cull A cordial invitation is extended to every of this section can buy tho body who can behave themselves to lie pres Ladies finest cloaks dress goods blankets com- ent at each meeting Nov 30 SrrrinJACK forts holiday goods etc to be found in the store of Cnssell State by a visit to the Happy and content is a home with The RoPrice 10 and 18 W Main Street Lexington chester a lamp with the light of the morning Ky Their stock is superior to anything Rachttltr Lamp Co Ntxo Ytk ever before shown iu that city and the firm Ftrcatalccut writ assures us that the prices will be satisfactory to all purchasers They handle first class goods only and sell strictly at one price He sure and give them a trial t to all Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ By virtue of taxes duo me for tho yearn 1889 1890 and 1891 1 or ono of in y Deputies will on MONDAY 4th DAY OF JANUARY 1892 at tho Court House door in tho town of Campton Wolfe County Kentucky oxposo to public xnlo for cash in hand the following tracta of land and town lots vis SHERIFFS SALE for TAXES IN WHOSE NAME LISTED i O 3 O r 2 NAME OF NEAREST XKIfllinOll 2 S CD u M eg as 6 r- T J 80 47 13 49 17 16 5 13 Chcnault DW Dcnnirt G L EGCo 17f8 127 S2 121 107 Ed Hownuin Green Hrewcr W 1890 91 1891 1889 1890 91 1891 Same E Buchanan Philip Little Same 4Jas P Hush Elkhorn Coking Coal Co 4 Isaiah Spencer Hobbs A F 2 Hazel Green Johnson Taylor JohiiBon A F ad I W Maple 130 3 Wm Ledford Same 4K U Land Co Kash G Mc ElHwick G5 Ely A W 72 11 1890 1891 1890 91 1890 lri 09 Little Â¬ Â¬ Maple I W McGuire Fletcher Noble W II Maloney G Ii Nickell G N Ohnir M E Powell Thomas Iong M A J Robert II 2 Hazel 3 120 7 800 3 2RAKash Campton Not located Wm Ledford 200 4F Bush 200 811 Bryant 172 Green v 1889-90-- 91 i 18 GO 10 74 200 200 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ s Rouse WF Sizemore John Swnngo A C Sum pie E S Spencer G H Swnngo II II Woods A J Walters McClollan Patton Virginia Profit Wm M Puckett M W Howe 140 31 S Ashley 480 5LO Rose 50 1 Elizabeth Lawson 20 100 no 170 7 400 4F Bush 4KU LCo 88 F 2 8 Lee City 7 Andy Wilson 1890 1891 1891 1889 1890 1890 1890 1890 1890 1890 1891 1890 1891 4 02 11 11 91 91 91 91 4 4G 18 78 8 69 13 91 19 G4 8 63 91 91 f0 2ET Kash Ed Lawson x Philip Little 1890 91 1889 1890 1891 1MI1 8B F Spencer 2 Wnltfrs C I Town Lot Jno Taulbco 250 7TS Walters 388 7MC Walters IillHIIttttt 11 6 18 7 26 16 7 2 12 8 30 82 68 32 4G 11 76 28 68 1890 91 1891 1889 12 88 0 28 6 94 746 Â¬ Â¬ Attest C O HANKS S W O C Â¬ JOHN M ROSE Â¬ Â¬ Hose DEALERS IN Swango SWANGO Â¬ Â¬ wsmAh mmoBAxann HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY 9 Â¬ It a flying visit to West Liberty saw his b g swore no bluegrass hello should beguile ith lighter heart and braver Aoain wo must call attention to the him and left w witha books at Kentucky Unifact that we cannot publish obituaries trib- spirit to battle The versity utes of respect etc without nay price wc charge for such things is very low Dr J A Taulhee reports Lum Pieand unless the money accompanies the man ratt who has been very low with fever and uscript no attention will be paid to it catarrh of the stomach for some time as able to be out Mrs J T Pieratt is very See tho advertisement of 7 Jones tho sick Mrs Frank Patrick is suffering very jeweler which appears iu our paper today much with nasal and facial catarrh Itev D mid when you wish anything iu his line H Fallen is very low with intestinal catarrh five him a call His place of business is 3t and neuralgia Mrs Plin be Cox is quite ill I Main Street Lexington Ky where you will find first class goods at low prices G II Ma HAN of Paintsville was a on Tuesday night Ova Meyer tho fair haired Adonis guest of the Day House once llvcu in Jiazci wrccu who represents W M Kcrrb Co Irontou Mr Mahan recollections of that time Ho is Ohio dealers iu hardware cutlery etc was Ims fond lute Judge Malum of HeU a guest of tho Day Houso Tuesday night a brother of the was en route home from thut us is quite u favorite in this section and twille and lilace where ho had been on business con especially so with a certain dark eyed dam some land he has iu Lee sel Wonder when there will he a wedding nected witli Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ who learned his trade in this office is the youngest printer in the Government Printing Office at Wash ington and it is a source of gratification to us to know that his work there is satisfactory in every respect T C Eabterlino Â¬ hunting in this section did not leave for He did Lexington until Monday morning Sunday but at the last moment intend to go bethought him that being so near he must see his best girl So on Saturday he made Mort Swanoo who spent last week 5SKBZ TI IE JEWELER WINCHESTER imwm THE Carry a complete line of Dry Goods Notions Ladies Goods Gents Clothing Boots Shoes Hats Patent e and sell FOR CASH at cines Saddles Harness lower than ever before seen in Hazel Green rAll guaranteed as represented or money refunded Dress Medi prices goods Â¬ Ituyn it good Gold Wuteh by our Club 8y tern Our M kurat gold filled citneH are war runted forUOveara Fine Kluln or Wnlthuni WIXCHKVrEH KY offers the most complete line of goods for movement Hiem wind mid net Ladys or OentH hIzc Krjual to any 50 vratnli To N II WITIIKKSIOON PrraMcnt -- n It I HUNTER riuhior secure agent where wo have none wo sell one of the Hunting Cnso Watches for the iKfiA Club price 28 and xeud 0 O D by uxprexH with privilege of examination before paving Our goods are first class and our for Hume Our Agent nt Durham N 0 writes TIiIh Hank solicit the iiucouutH of inur Our Jeweler Imvo nonfewied they dont irndtTM anil IhihIiichh men chimin furniLi Kiiicrally throughout Kimtcrii Kentucky know how you can fitrniah hiioIi work for mill nttorx ltn ciiMoiiuM uvery facility mid the money Visitors to the city will receive our tin moNt li ho ml term within the iiiiiitnni Our Agent ift Heath Spring S C write t best attention legitimate hanking octl8ly Your watchcH uku at Night Tho gen No M K Main St opp Court House tleman who got the Inht watch said that he BANK ONE DOLLAR WEEKLY PRICES LOW LKXINGTON KY Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 0000000 H Solertlfio American Agency for I f yuart gJTll i klT5 CAVEATS I I Tauliiee reports the follow ing Horn to thn wffo of Jeorge Oldficlds on Sunday Xov LOthngirl Madolln Winn weight HI pounds I i ounces This is the largest baby vm ever heard of Her second iinnie is in honor of our fri ml P II Winn Winchester who is quite a favorite iu A Â¬ Dit J IlAiiiciiT who hint been con- and nccted with this office for over a year way a number one all round uho U bv the Ohio printer ieft Mondav for Crestline rrn is 15 frmi Handbook writ to For Information and BHOADWAY SitWlOHK MlNN A COT1 Nnirlrt pstonta In Anoriciii Oiaent Mircau Every patent tnken out by hs la broncht biiforo COPY8I0HT8 ate nrblMl alTVUTll examined and priced h Jeweler watehe In Lancaster that were no better than your but the price wan 15 Livery Feed and Sale Stable Our Agent nt Pennington Tox writes Am iu receipt of tho watch and am HAZEL GREEN KY pleased without locuuuro All who 1ihv 10 h Ioii1Ii mid Singlo neen it Hiiy it would be cheap ut wanted for mtrOwM good reliable Agent KlgH and Saddle Horncx for hire hirtieii eonvoy- - eaeli place Wrilu for particular eil o iiuv point on rcaijOM EbtiiitE NVATCU Qh Nqw York rUnSnihr able tcritiw J A TAUIJiKB Tir will nlxn attend to all ciiIIh for uc tioneerlug ami xoliclt miKiucf ol thin kind ltiMiiotfullv tVn JOHN 11 NKKATT j Â¬ H PIERATT Bp I fr Physician and Surgeon JlRxel Jn r bis section he spend the time at the above place where Heres Imping that ho formerly worked ma eiijuv himself furlough and will He is off on an indefinite wmmm papw in Lanrrtt circulation of any UlmiiMM Weekly nftj a without man CO AddrMMUNM THECLAUKNDOX and Short I tH mwtiik tiplBiidldly ahoiilrt bo liKXINUTQK KY 0con Wolfe County KEyruOKY - f Jim clcBtlflo No Mia large VCJiLfHineitrt til Jlroadwar M kIx rooiitlii It Jw Vprk There linn been added an Annex with 20 lMt 8 PerryUii Street Oars V well venljlHted room Rro sold Mt tlili oWc nt 1Q qvU iiin the door every five hiIiiiiUm Located hiuI th Ixwi peucll In town m Ac within Iwoeinmre of depot H U03WFJL PkoitiKTQR kntt plo Hazel Green Herald IFENCXR COOlJCR PttMUtor HAZEL GRtKN PW t I KY and all the spring and all tho iluintijer was unable to work und want pressed upon them und tho wolf of hunger drew near tho door of tho sod house placing them in tho condition whero tho opening of this story found them driven to tho necessity of inortgujlug tho claim for food civixa tub moiitoaoe As has been stated neither John nor Mary slept much that night after they had concluded to mortgage tho farm EVENING SONG v - Bright cycn Two llttto cyc fiill of mischief nod wondrous wlic UlmriRlriff and bright an tho summer nlclaek Whowe cjos can tliey bot Bwoot lips t chapFku in TwoUlttotpi HO - ns borrloa und rod an cherries Pltimp And nwcot us tho plnlt tho honor hee sips WLOho lips can thoy hot Drown liands Two lit tin hands Jlnylng At work nnd workltiR at play Drown hands busy tho livelong day m U Whose hands can thoy hot llusy foot Two llttlo feet Itnp a tnp tnp their footfalls heat jutolt foot and light foot small and fleet Whoso fcot can thoy bo Two llttlo bright oyes closed Two llttlo Hwoot lips shut Two llttlo brown hands at real Two llttlo busy foot stllL All my darlings they be Sloop my protty ono sloop Oods nngels watch und Icocp Bleep my llttlo ono Hloop Harvey N Hloomor In Western IturaL r if W iiiil mi jsxmK kwxm L masr StoPYeFPfife - IkoWrPIlTFflRr ciiaitik ii continuki Then John und Mary with their child who hnd been born to them the first yonraftor their marriage collected together tho small possessions Unit were loft them and joined tho swarm of r astern people who were on their way to Kansas to take tip claims and muko homos on tho great western prairies They went away out near tho west i line of tho state before they were able to find any government land that had i not been granted to homo railroad company or other corporation or had not been leased to somo cattlo king whose right to uniko a fortune- off pub lic land must bo considered aud pro- Â¬ tected no matter what becamo of tho poor man who wanted a few acres of land for a home At last after driving for days and days across the green rich prairies in- fostod by tho cattlemen and marked about by the stakes of different cor- Â¬ porations John Green with his wife and child and their shackling old white topped wagon halted on tho sandy plains of western Kansas aud preempt Â¬ ed a claim in the alkali desert and set Â¬ tled down to combat with drought hot ilwls and malaria i When John had selected his claim and got his preemption papers all arranged lie began tho construction of a sod house aud in a short time the new I In house was ready for occupancy was disappointed in tho result of his trip and ho knew that Mary was also though she had never breathed u word to that effect Ho felt that they had better remained east and had ominous doubts of the outcome of the move 3hit it was done und since to retreat vjis impossible ho resolved to go on vnd muko tho best of it So ho plowed the sod and planted the crops and in tune tho bced sprouted 4 hndvcamo up Then ho cultivated tho T6 iields curly and late and as tho growing corn sprang up higher and higher and tho field became i sea of waving green Johns courage rcturned and hopo rode t high in his breast Wo shall come out all right yet Mary ho remarked ono evening as Â¬ 1 mot his eyes when he opened the door was a small bag of corn meal sitting on tho door tep Ho nnd Mary wondered a great deal at this and many suggestions as to how it camo there were offered by ono nnd tho other but after due consideration they were all dismissed as untenable aud eventually they decided that old Markham had become convinced of having acted wrongfully and had in the night stolen over with tho meal being ashamed to let his presence be known Louise had another and more correct opinion regarding tho matter but as in all other eases whero Paul was con- Â¬ cerned she resolved to keep quiet However tho meal came there it proved a very acceptable gift in fact a perfect Godsend to the Greens for other wise their breakfast would have been a very meager affair As it was thoy had some corn cakes and somo parched meal coffee and these were rare delicacies in those iLyu and had a salutary effect on John since with a full stomach some of his old time pride independence and courage returned and after partaking of that breakfast he felt that he could face a great deal more trouble than he then had and come off victorious Breakfast over John harnessed up the two horses to the old wagon and ho and Mary drove oil to the little town whero Seraggs kept his office The day was warm and clear and the roads dry and tho trip though embracing ten miles each way was not a disagree Â¬ able one The two talked a great deal jus they went down about one thing and another but neither of them hinted iit the matter about which they were making the trip They grew quite cheerful after they had been out awhile owing no doubt to the fresh air and change of scenery Arriving it the town which by the way was called Paradise Puk though there was nothing resembling a pjirk within a hundred miles of it juul it is safe to presume that it bore little enough resemblance to paradise with its one street und four or five shackling old board buildings half buried in the sand aud alkali drifts arriviny jit thisyoumr metropolis of the west John Green and his wife had little difficulty in finding Solomon Seraggs office for it was the most prominent building in tho place being post office printing office nnd real estate and loan office all in one and j all under the control and guidance of I John was natir in tho morning at nn uncommonly early hour Upon dress ing and going out tho first object that and ho worn out with u restless night Â¬ I fifteen dollars per acre and its worth more than that to day and in a year from now it will be worth twenty if not twenty five I will drive you out to look at it if you think it would suit you What you say Why Jtlontwjwt to buj mnd but just came in to see about getting a lonn on a claim I havo out east Mr Seraggs countenanco fell and ho looked down rather sheepishly For once in his life he had made ft mistake nnd by his precipitancy had got himself into a trap Uut ho was not the sort of man to allow himself to bo cast down and rejtlizlng that the best way out of tho difficulty was to put it bold fuco on it he quickly rallied and looking up with a hearty luugh said Well were all in a bad boat here together my friend and wo understand eacli other so there s no harm done A msin cant afford to bo too particular about his assertions in this country you know Ha ha 3011 wcro rather surprised that anything like that corn should grow here and I dont wonder tit it That wjis shipped in M nr fl Titosr aki NOT so had aiu Tiirv from bade east But about that loan How was that I loan and I wjintcd to borrow two or three hundred dollars on 1113 farm You have just one claimV Yes one hundred ind sixty acres And how much did you wanton itV Three hundred dollars will do my friend 1 see you advertise eastern money to its little more than i Three hundred Humph Im afraid I could advance I others Mibmittcd chcorfully to ovcry hardship nnd inconvenience and bore uncomplainingly on against adversity and misfortune For thrco years thoy kept steadily to their tourpose contending against drought and hot winds which every year destroyed tholr growing crop and eft their Holds parched and brown Thnv Jah took down with malaria J tvo get n homo at last And thui contented to work and wait tliebo bravo pioneers liko thousands of no thoy walked out to look at the crops Wo shall come out nil right and soon have a uteo homo and it will nil bo ours It will only tako a llttlo timo aud llttlo patience Who cares for tho tirao John Wary replied Im suro that I dont mind the waiting and tho work only so WKSTWAM the Greens entered but being deeply engaged at the time in writing an editorial for his paper the Western Breeze on the multifarious advantages in coming to western Kansas to live and invest capital John had to wait some time before he had an opportuni Â¬ ty of stilting his business In the mean Â¬ time he had a chance to take a survey of the office and to observe the wonder Â¬ ful ears of corn and stalks of millet and wheat and oats that hung against tho walls jis samples of the products of the He was still surrounding country gazing upon these magnificent speci Â¬ mens when Mr Scruggs brought his Jiblo editorial to a finish and whirl Â¬ ing about in his chair caught John in And as to termsWell we make that easy I ussure the act Instantly a smile lighted up the agents face Jind rubbing his hands you Only nine per cent together ho said Those aro not so Jhatsuot bad bud are they V Then thems a little matter of com- Â¬ John recalled his gaze from the sam- Â¬ missions you know to bo added in ples and fixing It upon Mr Seraggs re Lots see it will amount to about four pliejl per cent I reckon making eighteen No thoy aro not bad dollars for interest nnd eight dollars per I should sjiy not Scruggs went on year for commissions twenty six dol- Â¬ not bad for a new country cursed with lars in all Then you givo us your note drought hot winds grasshoppers and for two hundred nnd wo pay you ono all that sort of thing Ha ha They hundred aud fifty One hundred smd fifty John re- Â¬ telt terrible stories about this country and try powerful hard to scare people peated hut becomes of the other but it wont work fifty 11W113 from here Wcvo got tho soil und weve got tho That is Kept back as a premium Great God man do you want mo to seasons and so long as wo can produco such stuff ns you see there were all talos one hundred and fifty dollars and right I tell yon bir thoro aint a more pay you seventy eight dollars for tho productive spot nowhore on earth than use of it threo years and then at tho you find right hero in this county And end of threo years pay you two hun- yet lands cheap here Away down liwl lc flint iOmf irit TniTi9l cheap I can sell you as good land ns Yes if you wish to put it in that over lay out door for fifteen dollars an way ucrc Its the farm too thut that corn And you call that easy terms grow on Can you got ony that aro easier with provoking John listened to this speech in won- Â¬ Scruggs answered der Was it possible ho thought thai enlmnoss tho country could be such as Scrnggs Green made no repty but sank back said and yet ho not know it Seraggs in his chair perfectly dumfounded was a very honest earnest looking mun and sat there staring at tho agent in and he spoke in such a free matter-of-fac- t blank wonder Scruggs waited somo way that it scorned impossible that time then turning about said care- Â¬ ho was not speaking the truth After a lessly Dp you wont tho loan short silence John said No I dont want to bo robbed Do you say that those samples of and you offer to do grain grow in this country Mr Greon replied nothing olse Scruggs I do certainly and thoro Is nothing Scrnggs drew out tho drawer and be Â¬ gan replacing tho papers in his desk remarknblo In it to us who kuow tho It dont mattor to me ho said country and know what tho land is I whether you accept tho accommoda- Â¬ daresay you havo heard wild stories about this section and aro ill propared tion or not Thoros plenty of calls for to boliovo what I toll you However tho money so we are none tho woreo nslc our farmers and thoy will tell you off if youdont take it Accommodation Green repeated the same atory As I said I can sell you tho best farm in tho county for Is thivt what you call it Â¬ - Scruggs Mr Seraggs was in his office when Wh its less than two dollars per acre Mr Seraggs Yes know but you see this land is not veiy vjiluable at present and the chances jire that it will get to be worth less Lands that dont produce any Â¬ thing wont sell You know that I thought fifteen dollars an acre was cheap iind that next year the price would be twenty or twenty five John was not in any good humor but the chance to poke the agent this once was too good to be lost Stuff stuff Seraggs replied You know what that sort of talk is worth Ill let you have two hundred on the land but I cant go a cent more John held oft for more but finding that Siniggs was firm lie finally ac Â¬ cepted the offer Seraggs got out hi papers and began making out the note and mortgage Hold on a minute sjiid John Let tis K now something about tho terms I see you advertised them as easy Yes long time and easy terms Seraggs repealed Well said John what aro they Why as to time yon can havo three to five years We dont loan on less than three years And Ive got to pay interest on the money thab long whether I need it so long or not Yes thats our rule heard it called that before Seraggs smiled complacently as ho finished placing tho papers and closed and looked tho drawer Ho was in tho position of a man having all the ad Â¬ vantages for he had tho only money there wjis to loan in all that section and he lrnew the people were com- Â¬ pelled to have it and let them gmtnblo jind talk as they would they must booncr or later come to his terms So and accept them as a favor he could afford to smile with the complacent of an angel as he listened He knew well to Greens words enough that Green would bo glad to get the money on 1113 terms so it was not necessary for liitu to use any urgu ment or waste timo or breath in tho With calm indifference ho matter turned his attention to some other af Â¬ fair totally ignoring John Greens presence John and Mary left the office nnd on the outside tliej talked the matter over for several minutes They agreed that it was Jin outrage to be forced to sub mit to such highhanded heartless theft but they could see no W113 to avoid it It was siiuph that or starvation Well havo to accept his terms Mnry said John for were in his toils Jind he knows it Well have to submit and I pray the Lord to help us Yes well have to submit John reWo havo no choice in the peated matter Come on and lets get tho thing done John ld the waj back to the office Seraggs was busil3 writing at his desk but glanced up as they entered Well have to tako that moiuw Mr Scrnggs John said So 3ouvo concluded to accept the Seraggs replied accommodation eh as he again brought forth the papers Xo John said wo have onfy con cluded to got robbed Well call it what 3011 please Mr Green said Seraggs but it is an ac- Â¬ commodation just the same if wo didnt let 3011 have the money 3011d suffer for 3011 cant get it 11113 where else on any terms John had no inclination to argie tho matter so he made no replj and Seraggs proceeded to draw up the papers In a few minutes the writings were completed signed and delivered and John received his inonej- - He and Mu 3 immcdiatel3 left the office Jind with sorrowful hearts walked down the Itvet and alter making some purchases 1 the jiV drove home Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I havo heard robbery called a good many things in my time but I never Tec PERSONAL Mario AND LITERARY tie Passv consists of a vault and cluipeL net portrait Jiangs lust above tho i cophaguB aud is wreathed in flowers U true Fronch fashion and day and noU a lamp is kept burning close by Ex Minister Bigelow carries nrnnj with him 1110 uigiuHcu innnncmwhicX made him a Parisian among the laru inns and his tall form and snow whit uciiru auu iiair causu nun to bo art mnrkably pleasant subject to lookups if only as a samplo of fine old ugc The Grand Duke Michael of IIusm was taken in a few weeks ago by a young Muscovite swindler who was ublo by false representation to obtain from his imperial highness a consider able sum of money as well ns lettcrsor recommendation and of introduction -- Mrs Olo Bull takes a very lively interest in Norwegiun musical matters On the occasion of a Scandinavian musical festival sho sang accompany ing herself at the piano Mrs Bull also made a speech to tho assembled audi ence dwelling upon the ennobling of feet of music A Zulu prince the youngest son of King Cotowu Tetowu is an interesting figure on the streets of St Louis The prince is a stalwart young man weigh ing 1 SO pounds with a face of a rich copper hue and curly red hnir Heij one of 21 children his father possessing the luxury of 40 wives Â¬ Bashkirtseffs tomb f J I I hi mwili cinjitifit lnc ti i LU nwiiiu iiJkuii abiiiwa LlLltiU-i 4 A 4 1 -- si large famous llltn llfiA percentage of the worlds most SHOW t in- - maxjl- clergymens sons This deals a blow iit the old saw about ministers sons and jis for the deacons daughters maii3 of them like Mrs Stowe the Brontes and Mrs Trollops have been famous men of learning have been t i io OUR 111 conuxitd1 I strides and her eyes answered his with delighted looks But just as ho got there an elderly pjirty walked up nut dropped into the covetod seat The young man approached more slowly and accosted tho young lady How if your brother ho asked is ho able to got out Oh yes she answered Will ho be very badly marked ho continued and the old gentleman grow buddenly interested sho Oh no said with tho oxodption of a few marks on his forehead Wero you not afraid of taking it thoyouugman continued while the old gentleman broke out in a cold perspiration Not Tim workmen in tho deepest mines of at all she replied I had boon vac- Â¬ Europo swelter iu nlmost intolerable cinated you know The seat was vaheat and yet they never penetrato over cated instantly the two innocent young ono 7 1000 part of tho distance from the hearts boat us half a dozon nnd the prattlo of nice talk strewed that part surface to tho oeucr of the earth of tho car while an old gentleman A FiiiLAmarmA man has invwittd scowled upon thorn from tho distant an anti hlccoughex corner London Tidbits Â¬ fashioned literature of phrases that even an English Zola would hesitate to print Then somo of the words that in Shakespeares timo shocked maiden cars have now lost their grossness be Â¬ cause timo has deprived them of the double meaning they onco had Thoy have been so to speak deodorized by disuse Domtstio Economics Mistress Bridget why dont you sweep with tho new broom Bridget Sure mem tho room was so dlrthy 01 thought Oid uso tho owld wan a tolmo yit an save th now wan Enoch LANGUAGE Dumas in popularly Among the recent publications of JnulNh Comments on Sonic Amt rlrnu Criticisms of IitlNli spece idem- of political and the American A writer in an American magazine social science is t papar on tho developclaims that his countrymen speak bet- - ment of econou science iu Italy by ter English thm tho English them- Archille Loriu 10 is professor of po- Â¬ selves f ays the London Telegram Con- - litical economy and statistics in the troversies of this kind can seldom be university of Sicua Italy Prof Loria decided because it is next to impossi is a radical representative of the ortho ble to sveure an impartial judge The dox political econoni3 and is without improvements that have been made sympathy foi the deviations of the op- Â¬ across the Atlantic in the tongue of timistic and rtoeialistic schools and is ltJileigh and Shakespeare would not especially severe upon the retrogres constitute jui important list Mjurv of sion proposed by the Austriau econo the words or phrases that were once mists considered AmericaniMiis have turned out on examination to be bits of obsoHUMOROUS lete or provincial English some of What is the difference between a them vety vigorous and expressive Thieo The spelling peculiar to American chiropodist and a corn doctor N Y Herald newspapers and books hard 13 seems an dollars an hour Mean Miss Binaway advance plow instejid of plough We had is a recurrence to an old form and some lovely hops at the beach Miss Stiiyatome words lileo traveler tind jnwelor Indeed What girl did spelled with ono look queer but do you havo for a partner N Y Press not suggest miy vi t supvriorit3 while Money is trouble sighed old theater is a decided vulgjirity Tho Banker No it isnt either exAmerican writer asserts that freight claimed young Banker You cau train is better than goods train but easily borrow trouble Baltimoro that is a mjitter of opinion American He is moro justified in objecting to If marriage is a failure said our keyless watch is inferior to the Sybil what on earth is an engage- Â¬ American namo stemwinder which is ment WI13 only a temporary em Â¬ Farm hand barrassment responded Top Drukoa certainl3 more precise is better than agricultural laborer Magazine but then wo also use the first in literA Womans Idea Frank I think ature leaving the latter to official re- Â¬ that the man who marries for money is turns To SJ13 Ahat preserved meat is May Perhaps canned not tinned is rational for most contemptible but he is not holf so idiotic as tho man the material tuort may not always be who marries without money Smiths 1111 aim me transjuiantic uso of bug for beetle i a reversion to tho old uontiiiy Simmons 6o it is truo that you English use of a word now offensive through association with ono imited are engaged to Miss Flyppe Well I genus Changes in feeling na opinion sympathize with you Tirainins Sympathize with mo you mean however about words art inevitable as Archbishop Trench shows l his ad Simmons No I shall sympathize mirablo little works Ono gets exalted with you when sho throws you over as another degraded Menial was at sho did mc Indianapolis Journal one time not all offensive it is now A nico young mun got into a tram Tho euphemism of ono century be- car a few evenings ago and saw to his comes degraded into unutterable delight the only vacant scat was by vulgarities in the next as anybody the sido of a young lady acquaintance may sec l3 tho occurrence in old Ho made for that seat with joyous 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Leaving the paragraphers to fight it out as to whether the prince of Wales smokes SI S00 per 1000 cigars or only smokes Si 800 worth of cheaper brands in the year it may sullico to si3 that ho is very fond of a briar root pipe and some good tobacco and knows how to color a meerschaum as well as if he had had a vcr3 extensive practice at the job An enterprising Frenchman with a 1111103 for statistics has discovered that Alexander Dumas the father is the most widely read author in France Millions of volumes bearing his namo have been purchased l3 th French people Emile Zola whose publishers sell nunuullv more than 100000 volumes and Ohnet 000000 of whose books arc to be found in France arc next to Â¬ l 14 I Wrr rr -t- jrv nt - agricultural hints THE SCARLET CLOVER it I Viry lopulur tn All Purl Wlicro It IIiik llouii Triad Into ycnr s scarlet clover lias be- Of como a tfreit favorite with the fanners of Delaware and there are now per jap3 ten acres sown for ono a few rears utfo The uses to which it is up First ontl plied ore principally throe post important as a fertilizer espe- Â¬ cially on light and poor land where the common red clover would not do well On Mich land when accompanied with application of superphosphate B small of lime it will mulco u fair growth When in full bloom it should be plowed under and the ground tilled in Hut the most popu any crop desired use made of it as a fertilizer is in lar As soon as the our peach orchards fruit Is gathered the orchards are pre- Â¬ pared for the clover seed by plowlug harrowing and rolling The seed is then sown broadcast and brushed or rolled in lly brushing is meant the Â¬ A DANGEROUS i - I INSECT Knonn nit Jiiiculutm op M run bury Ill Wi Worm This Insect belongs to the same ordor as the common honey bee and is a near relative of the rose and pear slu s As an adult It is a small black lly a little less than a quarter of an inch In length of body with four smoky wings which it holds close along the back when they are not in use These flies emerge from the ground in early spring and insert their eggs in the leaf stalks The grubs which hatch from these are pale yellowish or greenish and are from about a half to two thirds of an inch long when fully grown They are to lm rccog nized at this stage among strawberry insects by their peculiar manner of coii Tlo KmiiiiycuH THE OYSTER nu Kucitlrut In Early Roman Time V1 JA v y2A t w -- r The highly digestible quality of the oyster considered ns food was known at a very early period When Sorglus Orata ennobled thu Luorluo oysters tho Hritish variety was unknown to the Romans but Sallust at least fifty years 1J C says of tho ltrltons thut there is somo good In them after all as they produce an oyster Sorglus had his beds off Italic and mndo a profit out of tliein as they wero much In re quest us a prelude to a bauquot and wero esteemed besides for their modi clnlal virtues They nourish wonderfully wo ure told and noliolt rest being moro healing than any drug or mixture that the apothecary can com- Â¬ pound Tho disgusting habits of tho Romans enabled them to swallow iti somo cases a thousand Urltlsh oysters nt a sitting but thnt was when as Prof Huxley reminds us oven ladles carried about with them pencocks feathers and other dainty throat-ticklefor the purposo when they antic- Â¬ ipated a moro luxurious feed than Â¬ Â¬ rs away Ynnt or ltHrM Ono of tho popular pali Hiib nt tho Noy York Anulcmy of Doslun was n yard long panel of Hoses A crowd wiir nhvnxs bo forolt Oiieartcrlilu exclaimed Such a bit of nature should belong to all tho peo Â¬ ple It Is too beautiful for one inuti to hide A t S65W I 1 itii Wl- - 1 VL Bk usuaL BCAmIJT CLOVEN FOMVOK KIOWKKS AND dragging of a large branch of a tree with the foliage on over the seeded I ground thus smoothing it and slightly f covering the seed at the same time The second use is for feeding green to f Ii f With dairymen and farmers who soil their cattle it is highly prized for this purpose Many feed it to their horses also and some veterinarians say that it is an excellent forage for driving horses as it does not scour Tho third use is to grow it for seed for market When this is the aim it should not be cut till mature and then early in tho morning or late in tho evening as the seed shakes out Btock Â¬ Seneca in tho time of Nero renounc- Â¬ ed both oysters nnd mushrooms as mere provocations of appetite causing those who are already full to eat more a Till STIIAWIIKIIHV KAISK WOHM thing no doubt very pleasant to glutÂ¬ 2 different views of ntim which lmvo been removed from the cocoon unlurKCd 3 tons who like to stuff themselves with winded adult enlnrged larva natural size 5 such food us very readily slips down and adult natural size 0 larva as seen colled up on very readily returns Rut in times much u leaf 7 tho cocoon in which the larva becomes more remote oysters wero in vogue In a pupa 8 tho antenna of tho adult lly 0 outDenmark and the northern parts of our line of an egg enlarged island kitehen mlldens of the Stone ing themselves up when at rest on the Age yield oyster rhells and Prof Forbes underside of the leaves The injury affected to pity the enthusiastic oys- Â¬ consists in riddling the leaves with ter eater who can hardly gazo upon holes They abandon the plants when tho abundantly entombed remains of ready for the pupa stage and enter the the apparently well fed and elegantly ground from which they emergo jhaped oysters of our Eoceno formation again as Hies in the latter part of June without chnsing a pearly tear away A second brood is to be seen in the Wo can not believe that oysters ever grub state during August and enters went out of fashion with our ancestors the ground in the fall of the year to Ostre occurs in Anglo Saxon nnd seems to bo connected with ost a remain there during the winter Kcniedial treatment Pyrethrum or knot a scale William the Conqueror Persian insect powder can be safely is said to have esteemed the English used to destroy the false worms whilo oyster very highly and it figures in tha the plants bear fruit and can be quick Â¬ menu of many mediioval feasts espec- Â¬ ly dusted on leaves by means of a pow- Â¬ ially in Lent London Satuiday Re Â¬ der bellows If fresh and carefully view applied this powder should prove all WATEnrn Silk Our umbrellas that is needed For the late brood Paris green may be used with certainty A Rounii Dozkx llourBon tho clock dial Prairfu of destroying tho worms 1 A Â¬ MvflInnil lonlr hm ii vmilrnntv hmv iinntr imil vim kimw thnt and nervous vour wifn CarterB Iron Pills will relievo her Now why not be fair about it und buy her a box I I Both tho method and results when Syrup of Figa is Ukon it is plcasaut and refreshing to tho tusto and acta Eintly yot promptly on tho Kidnoys and Bowols cleanses tho sys tern cficctually dispels colds hoad nclica aud fovcrs and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is th I want somo tipples Woro just out only remedy of its kind over pro-Â¬ Then Ill Imvo of nniilcfls niauni ornnges Woro out or them too Is duced pleasing to tho tasto and ac Â¬ ihoro anything yo aint out off Yes ceptable to tho stomach prompt in taaain llobt Unrpors Iluzur its action and truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from tho moat Tho Only Ono Kvcr Irlntod Can You rind healthy and agrccablo substances its tho Word Thcro is n 0 inch display advertisement many oxcellcut qualities commend it in tliiH papor this woe It which bus no two to all and havo mado it tho most words alike except ono word Tito satuo is true of each now one tin oaring each week popular remedy known from Tho Dr Ilaricr Medlohio Co This Syrup of Figs is for salo in 50o houso places n Crescent on everything they maUo and publish Look for it send and 1 bottles by all lending drug them tho numc of tho word and thoy will gists Any roliablo druggist who rotura you booh beautiful lithographs or may not havo it on hand will pro samples free ouro it promptly for any ono who Maud So you really think 1 am pret wishes to try it Do not accopt any Harry Yes Indeed I Rut then tyt substitute Boston you know Im no Judge of beauty Nows CALIFORNIA FI6 SYRUP CO Â¬ 1 Tho Youths Companion of Boston seized tho Idea nnd spout twenty thousand dollars to roproriiico tho minting Tho re Â¬ sult has been a triumph of artistic delicacy und color Tho Companion makes this copy of tho painting an autumn girt to each of Its five hundred thousand Mibscrlbcrs Any who tnuy subserlbonow for tho first Unto ami requests li will rocolve Tho Yard of Roses without extra charge whllo the odl tlon lasts Bosldes tho gift of this beautiful picture all now subscribers will rccolvo tho Companion frro rroin tho tlmo tho subscription is received till January llrst Including tho Thaultsglvlng nnd Christians Doublo Num bers and for a full year from that data The prleo of the Companion la l7o a year Every family should taho this brightest and best of Illustrated llterury pupera lu addition to its locul paper Â¬ CvaS W iflHHK lVkk OISTJ ENJOYS i BAN FRAN01S0Q OAL lOHMHIF KY NEW YORK NV Elys Cream Balm WILL CUICK Tnnnits a vast dilTcrcnco betweon wreck less ruilroading and reckless rnllroadlng thanks to our handy language Albany Sun Likk OH Upon Troubled Waters is Halos Honey of Horohound and Tar upon a cold Pllos Toothuclio Drops Cure in ouo minute tired of waiting liver corrector CATARRH PrifQ A Q Hi Ui iuwTj N Y El UUOS nnlni Inlc each nofttrll Wait until tho car stops cant youf Why 1 didnt know It had stilted and got Philadelphia Times Wirrn Rt Do not piuRO nor wcnUcn tho bowels but nctHpeeially on theliverand bile A porfect Farmer liirj Wheat for Seed Rome experiments made in England appear to show the advantage gained by the use of the larger grains of wheat for seed Seed wheat fully matured was selected out of one bin and by sifting two lots of seed were taken one extremely large the other small The large weighed 0U0 pounds per bushel the small only 10J pounds a difÂ¬ ference of more than 0 per cent Each lot of seed was divided into four separate parcels and four separate sowiugs were made The land was good wheat land but not specially manured The large seed sprouted the quickest made the best growth was taller and on the average made ten bushels per acre more than the small seed The advan tages from the large seed were as fol- Â¬ lows ireater rapidity of growth and development of crop early in the season greater yield of grain and of straw better weight and better quality of grain for milling A sieve that will allow the smaller kernels to go through along with the seeds of weeds will very speedily pay for the time and labor re quired to separate and save the large grain for seeding purposes Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Carters Little Liver Pills LrFT Puck Out in tub Cold Ms and Ns restaurant waiter CAMrn to Oitnrit A Buffalo Express WnnN it comes to wanting tho earth the mulo will roll in plenty If he hut a good ohunco on opon lots N O Ilcayuno Alnrlilurrr Tho onlr Crfwl Mlf clennln in and toolt uo L00MIS with oar BORE WELLS fainou Well A NYMAN THtHoHicr WELL DRILL III LUp tUKK ataiecH rvtvm ouio Ooino Up in Smokb Tho cigarctto ileud Drakes Magazine LABORING MEN XOSO OF TAKE CARE XS iCilMiy IJV 11111111111 HUM st if handled when very dry The Jflsame cure must be used afterward i when curing to be threshed The yield of seed is usually about six bushels per acre and the market price about five IIlllUIl Will UU -- Tin spider is tho original business center Scran ton Truth A TIME COSTLYI CURKS P conmnn would not ho laying a heavy wager if lie staked his awl Tun boy with a palo niuMiicho Is llablo to dye young N O Picayune heavy can ST JACOBS OIL RHEUMATISM THE GREAT REMEDY FOR PAIN dollars a bushel Although clover will do well on poor ground it will respond to generous treatment and make a much larger growth in a richer soil I have meas ured stalk over forty inches in length andlihave no doubt that it can be grown much taller and so rank that plowing it under becomes a serious itask When in bloom it is a brilliant jam beautiful sight and very striking xo the ceye It is sometimes sown in the head rows and makes a very hand- Borne horde- Flower and seed spikes and foliage are seen in the engraving an average sized leaf reduced being shown in outline American AgriculÂ¬ Banks of clouds nro often broken by drafts of wind Bulliinoro Ameri- Gprain3 Bruises Cuts Wounds Soreness Stiffness Swolllnrjs Dacknohc Neu ralgia Soiatioa Burns thats why llicy are shaped MtsnnooMs spring up in a shower and lilco umbrellas WiirN It conies to marrlngo tho pastors post or duty is tho hitching post Elmira Uazotto MrN earo least for honor when most in need of bread and butter Hums Horn PETROLEUM Tun beo lulls himself to sloop In tho buzzeui of his family -- Boston Courier Fursii air isnhnit as eheap ns anything that can bo raised A littlu blowing docs tho business Texas Sittings Burns Wounds Spraino niiouinntiBm Skin Disomies Hemorrhoids Sun Burns Chilblaiua IStc Taken Intornally Will Ouro Croup Coutfhu Colds Boro Throat IStc PURE VASELINE VASEL N E I AN INVAIUAB ZTH ITAMIIiY 11KMEDY FOIl 10 cts 15 15 2 oz bolllo JELLY 4 10 I - 2 oz bottle POMADE VASELINE VASELINE COLD CREAM VASELINE CAMPHOR ICE turist FACTS WORTH young tnept KNOWING j Shoots growing around the trunks of trees rob the trees of nourish- They should never be allowed to start If kept back for a year they jvlu ceuMo to anneal Urassaround the trunks will be more serviceable to the treelf ho sod is cut and inverted Mant trees would bear fruit if they had ntout one half of the limbs and branches cut out so as to allow the Min to act on the leaves and assist in preventing mildew Too much top and too many branches draw from the soil the nourishment that should be used for fewer branches Now that the time is coming when them is liability that the pastures will u Tun man how ho Parties wishing to take up long bald knows who lolls yon speaks became wear off ho Boston wooled sheep should be careful In the Courier selection If thoroughbreds are de tho delighted Im In a tired and only wishing to purchase a young sailor nlco mess Idsitsmother Haiti wroto to few head be careful what you are buy moro American ing Most of the large breeders are It Is funny that tho load makes tho cargo strictly honest men but even then it is before tho train starts Pittsburgh CUrou to get young and healthy sheep iclo better Look shy at the old cull ewes llrecders culling over their surplus ewes will be sure to select the oldest and those unthrifty if any and bring them to a high degree of flesh by plac ing them in the best pastures and giv Â¬ ing grain rations These avoid as you 99 will not be able to keep up the flesh they being too old and If you get one crop of lambs with healthy ewes and robust and thrifty lambs you arc a lucky man -- Western Rural Â¬ Tlio Selection of Sheep yoir money riocnroful CHESEBROUCH If uny ilotilur oo roit naii rviiivwiiriii at aiiovj vmcvh copt only thn imuuIho imt up nnd labeld bjrim if you vluli to ofTera you an fmltatlcin or 10 VASELINE SOAP Unsoontod VASELINE SOAP Porfumod WHITE VASELINE 2 oz botllo CAMPHORATED VASELINE 2 oz bottlo CARBOLATEO VASELINE 2 oz botllo I els A 4 25 26 25 u 25 ubstttuto UoullnolU MANUFACTURING DO NOT BU OKKATKD rn ovo viluo for f t I COMPANY PATRONAGE R M BAETLETTS Commercial College OWING TO INCREASED Till College baa removed o tbe Intend bulldlnn In lb city iiiltublo lor educatlonsl purposes occupy Inf tb eiulrn building tbovn tlin ground floor OldAii lurcr nd cheiipt In tbe world Bend fnrllluitrikted caUlocut No 10a 10 aad IM W lourlh attract ClurlHHaO German 1 Syrup UI have been ill for Â¬ ILLINOIS uDeK y M k Wia P CENIL Iji VWmii of uu uarn ratner man mat ine roots the grass in the pastures be so near- JJY Idllrwl Mint llmu tvlll nnt wiorivm till -- w r hite lu tho spring ft Tjikhk Is no reason why tho boxes j used for berries and larger fruit should not be such as to express measure If n sizes to hold quarts peeks or bush- es a more satisfactory arrangement of Rices could be made There being no standard of measurement for the boxes nw used they differ greatly u i i r is i is v uuciur u uu Mmii iiuiiiiiB Corn an Iood ForThroat and Lungs vy -- becomes cold a larger proportion of corn may bo alIn feeding any kind of grain lowed It should be done with judgment Hens As the weather Â¬ not laying require less than laying hens and on very sovcro cold nights each hen should have a full feed of corn TfalNa ft parasite and one of the most important things for a farmer to know Is vdiat are the parasites of his insect Phts and also what insects feed on oincr Insects Thus a largo part of tho 0ct world will bo found to do the Wend and not the enemy of the farmer Tub plan of making witless war on TNs is already beginning to beur ad veim fruits in many sections of tho Before- a man begins to kill cJtrv tho feathered songsters he should Â¬ Withoit doubt every Insect pest has f L Hqiininf lilmcif 111 4lwli oiictniiiH KO to be able to distinguish tho injur from tho beneficial and to carefully Vct and Xostv the latter RESTORES Nonnnl Clftrulatlon and TiMViiiumifLfJk4 qiMltofAmi ill Waiims to Tok 7irs in muue which stopped almost immediate k lit mtt aaatrf ItflinniVUKMT rU nn HKi iriVlaiilAn1lrltillbnna ailJIIlli loinnrloa Silk Mllla Mtlle tirrjrJ tkall tut ly By the third day all trace of OR IIARTER MEDICINE C0k St Lottll Me ytavnu rMAil rArrimi had disappeared and I had blood The recovered much strength rLUnlUl KraaHMMpUOaar Contain lltofBar Cheap Beautiful Howe yalii III Klorlda IhI in bed and ate 410 1AOEB PAWtK COVKK fourth day I sat up a0 HJJTUMrArati -divixi J JMANUKiHWlIDKNIlOKIi my dinner the first solid food for nnpyrcorarl iovi ami vwiioMmIO mh UflMPTtDT Book keeping ratimaniHlB Arias time I Mailed iircmiKI for 14oohci or ixiiti JorWrunm I nUiTlC wrtlc Shorthand to thoroughly Ukl two months Siuce that bylhiAMMKKIAN AWKIIOIlOKd V by lauli Tn n i Cooper HOC ITY have gradually gotten better and XHn THIS rArrit tn fi m aU Uulon N Vf mriutiUii Arimy n7iinruiH vmirwm VKMU am now able to move about the llso h Remedy for Catarrh tlte M AM wastes should bo added to the AND WHISKEY HABITS Hetit Kaleat to Use and CheapekuH1 house My death was daily ex-heap At this season when the manuro CllUtr AT HUUH WITH pected aud my recovery has been rakings and refuse are obstacles the m 01 a great surprise to my friends and uumjiniiini jr lubor of cleaning up around tho barns ca 194M ATLANTA GA and stables will bo amply repaid in the doctor There can be no doubt WfAJix THta rartuf7 ut imum WbltchaUeH Sold by dntjMiiU o Mat byB7H DOe X T MiuKUtM Warren Ia tho conversion of all useless materia about the effect of German Syrup manure into ns T had an attack iustnrcvious to 18CMI ANK K E W Stkwakt says tho white its use The only relief was after TmK4 la trr Cnir t H U ike fetrtt OmIm Phof AVKTfMCK PtKAM WMEJf WMIT1NST f tntf a44 kftt jraai aaw eava idartUmal U Uae oat has five per cent more nntrlmen the first dose JR I0UGHHKAP laWMilae Rn Ci4 fliMiia raHtaUlH A44HM ClMltill iP MIMtflHIlllWIMCUAHt4tClMlMl4 Australia than the black Adelaide ewes that have lambs using young ewes from twins and using rams that were twins has given good results in increasing the prolificacy of the flocks where experi ments have been made as tests in thnt direction Even triplets have been secured by breeding for greater prolificacy and by selection for that purpose Â¬ and I took the first dose in some doubt This resulin a few hours easy sleep There ted was no further hemorrhage till next day when I had a slight attack born twin Hemorrhage about five years have had the best Flvo Years medical advice m ItiSH LLLW Bl BiHLiHBnMLiBi SOLID VESTIBULE TRAIN niiiHiHi Kew and alMaBl fur inu npIm 7 rata lotnt tail throuihout b oii Tlakataaaun Ut your local fickat Mnt or by aiiriBB rnatlon of Air ir ANbow a v a hi 5mt sl Chicago III p from rljy at 900builtm aiurMlr RELIEVES nil Stomach Dsji REMOVES Nnuscn Bcnso tt Fullncsa CoorsTiof 1aim REVIVES Failisci ENERGY AGENTS WANTED ON SALARY or comtnliilon to handle tho Now lntetit Chemical per week Ink Kraalnir 1ericll Agent nuking Monro KrniorMfK Co JaCrumo WU 9f AIIS IHll mXKtmj Mm r Bui8i wM V If J Vf a ReaveOW hell C Um4 Â¬ Â¬ k iinura mm rMMV5K 21 I H t J 11 DETECTIVES nhit Ur ty 4 W i it l - Lord There iz 2 things in thin lifo for which that iz wo nro never fully prepared a good deal like money tho more a man haz of it the more ho seems tew want Livin on hopo iz like livin on wind a good way tew get full but a poor way tew got phatt LazyncsB iz IJItint Haying Flattery h llko knlono wnlcr tew bo emolt ov not swallowed It iz better not to know tfo much than to know ho much that aint bo There iz n hundred dlflercntkinds of religion but only ono kind of piety Tow pick out r good liUBbund Hhut both eyes grab hard and trust in the IMltlriRA - Josh twins 000 In Trotting lurso A mAT raco meeting will bo hold at IldeiKjndencc Iowa August 22 to Sep tember 3 18112 0 W Williams owner of Allerton 209 and track at that place has made public tho programme for next seasons races Ho oilers 200000 in Ho has reduced tho entranre feo purses from 10 per cent to one half of 1 per cont up to only 0 per cent There will be ono 10000 stake every day in addition to tho regular purses Somo day during the meeting there will be a 50 000 stake for stallions in which no entrance fee whatever will bo charged This it is expected will be tho means of bringing together such stallions as Palo Alto Allorton Stamboul Nelson Axtell Dolmarch and others Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1891 1892 HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY Normal and Preparatory School W C F -- mm Go 0 l i n Brower A man haz az much rito tow flpcl a word az it iz pronounced az ho haz tow pronounce it the way it aint spelt Love iz like tho meatus wo kant lmv it but once and tho later iu life wo lmv it tho tuffbr it goes with ub There izsuin pholkn in this world who spend their hole lifo hunting after right eousness and kant find any time tew Â¬ practice it 100 8100 Howard Thk readots of Tub Hkiiald will bo pleased to learn that thoro is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to euro in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is tho only positivo euro now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Curo is taken Internally acting directly upon tho blood and mu Â¬ cous surfaces of tho systom theruby de Â¬ stroying tho foundation of the disease and giving tho patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work Tho proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that thoy offer Ono Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure Send for list of testimonials Address F J CHENEY CO Toledo 0 JB Sold by Druggists 7fc Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ but not iu a way to 1x3 of much practical benefit and are never illustrated by living examples which in many cases could easily bo done If some scholar who had just contracted a cold was brought before the school so that all could hear the dry loud cough and know its significence see the thin white coat ing on tho tongue and later as the cold develops see tno profuse watery expectoration and thin watery discharge from tho nose not one of them would ever forget what the first symptoms of a cold Were The scholar should then be given Chamberlains Cough Remedy freely that all might sco that oven a severe cold could bo cured in one or two days or at least greatly mitignted when properly treated as soon as tho first symptoms ap pear For salo by Hose Swango schools Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Thk laws of health arc taught in our Main and Broadway LEXINGTON KY DONT GO ELSEWHERE TO BUY YOUR- - SECOND TKIIM BEGINS MONDAY NOVEMBER 10 1891 TEACHERS COURSE embraces all the brunches require J iu the Common Schools Theory and Practice a specialty Daily drills for Teachers BUSINESS COURSE embrnces the Tea chers Course Hook Keeping Business Forms and Transactions ami Commercial Â¬ WOOD MANTELS WALL PAPER FURNITURE DRAPERIES CARPETS c Â¬ Tho Governor ami the Senator was evidently the fault of an irre sponsible few that tho wholo Farmers Alliance was put iu tho attitude of puss ing strictures on Senator Carlisle and Gov Brown of Elizabcthtown recently However Mr Carlislo and Gov Brown both read tho Timc and appreciate the humor of tho situation On tho train the other day Gov Brown asked Senator Carlisle which ho preferred to be burn ed in elllgy or go to Alaska Tho Sen Â¬ ator replied that tho Governor could take his prescribed doso that he himself preferred to remain this winter in a warm climate and if necessary bo burned Heros fresh mateiial for those who havo accused tho Junior Kentucky Sena- Â¬ tor with a tendency toward coldness Louisville Times It Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Swedo tells his story in plain but unmistakable language for the Uno of my chilnencnt ot too public dren took a severe cold and caught the croup Igavohora teaspoonful of Cham borlains Cough Remedy and in five minutes later I gave her ono more By this time she had to cough up the gathcrii g por bottle Genuine All dealers keep in her throat Then she went to sleep hiu tnulu inurkuutl it 8100 red lines on wrapper eroded and slept good for 1G minutes Then si o got up and vomited then sho wont buck to bed and slept good for the remainder of tho night She got tho croup the sec Â¬ ond night and I gave tho same remedy ONLY FOR A Willi tno sumo good results I write this DECKER BROTHERS because I thought there might be somo ono in tho same need and not know tho truo merits of this wonderful medicine Ohas Thompseen Dcs Moines Iowa AND A YEARS SUBSCRIPTION 50 cent bottles tor salo by Roso Swan TO THE go Hazel Greon HONEST Â¬ Â¬ An There will be no more trouble about too high board the cost of board and lodg Consumption Cured ing will be only 1200 mm wkkk kvkky An old physician retired from prac- tiiino KUKNISHKI We can accommodate tice having had placed in his hands by sixty boarders iu our new building new an East India missionary the formula of furniture and good fare The teachers live iu a simple vegetable remedy for tho Bpecdy the Academy Home and have the immediate charge of the boarders D G Combs is the and permanent curo of Consumption caterer no better can be found Bronchitis Catarrh Asthma and all Throat and Lung Affections also a posi- Â¬ FREE SCHOLARSHIPS tive and radical curo for Nervous Debil- Â¬ Any scholars tukii g first and second ity and all Nervous Complaints after ors on the completion of their courses iuhon the Â¬ having tested its wonderful curative pow Academy shall be entitled to a free scholar ers in thousands of cases has felt it his ship each iu Kentucky University A free duty to mako it known to Iub suffering scholarship in the Academy will be awarded fellows Actuated by this motive and a to one pupil from each of the following desire to relievo human sufTering I will mountain counties viz Rreathitt Clay El sond freo of charge to all who desire it liottj Flojd Harlan Johnson Knott Lee Leslie Letcher Lawrence Martin Magoffin this recipe in German French or Eng- Â¬ Monetae Morgan Owsley Perry Pike Pow lish with full directions for preparing ell aud Rowan provided such arrange- and using Sent by mail by addressing incuts have been madu for the competitive with stamp naming this papor W A examination bv the common school authorNoyks 820 Towers Block Rochester ities or with their consent ns shall enable each student of common school grades to N Y 4yl compete for the scholarship and the appli cant therefor shall bear a certificate from FOR DYHPKlHIA the examiner that he lias obtained the high Uno llromiii Iron Itinera est mark attained upon the examination in Physicians recommend It Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ State Among tint Legislator Thkiu will be considerable lobbying at Frankfort this winter Tho Legisla- Â¬ ture will have to provide charters for the cities as they are classified and as there are generally two or three tactions in every city that are trying to devour one another their fights will be transferred to the Capital when the charter question comes up and then the rural members will get some insight of the harmony that prevails in some of the cities of tho Boono IohlylK Laws ENGLISH COURSE prepares for Ken tueky University and Colleges of thai clnss- ANC1ENT MODERN LANGUAGES Our rates are less than any school in Eastern Kentucky Rates of Tuition per Month iOO Payable one half on entering School the other at middle of term HOARDING 150 and 200 SiLWe can supply you at prices that will save you money 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¬ County Recorder Cincinnati Â¬ and Louisville Prices Duplicated C F Brower Carpets Furniture Wall Paper Draperies Co jwjgSS53 MUCKY a giytggaJ JOEECMAYl8th FHErr KENTUCKY Newport News 1891 SHSZSZSSBffifSZSZa CENTRAL RAILWAY 1ILUK UltASS ItOUTK K3ZS2SjGLZ5Z5ZZ7Si 5jSJLCJC GRAND PIANO WEEKLY ENQUIRER V iSP duu Epileptic Fits Falling Sickness Hyster- Â¬ ics St Vitus Danco Nerrousncss A Six Octave Champion Organ 20000 A Double Barrel Shot Gun 3000 Hypochondria Melancholia In cess Frankfort Capital A Silverone Case 7 Jewel Watch 1000 ebrlty Sleeplessness DIz CltiimborlRltina Kjro ami Skin Ointment A High Arm Improved Sewing Machine5500 zluess Brain and Spi 3500 A certain euro for Chronic Sore Eves A 15 jewel Watch Boss Case A Five Octavo Tarlor Organ 15000 sal Weakness Tettor 8alt llhomn Scald Head Old Chronic Sores FovorSores Eczema Itch A Gladiator Watch DuoberOaso 3000 Prairio Scratches Roro Nipples and Piles A John C Duobor Watch Case 4000 This medicine- has direct action upon It is cooling and soothing Hundreds of And 82 other valunblo premiums will tho norvo contors allaying all Irritabili Â¬ cases have been cured bv it after nil other bo presented to yearly subscribers of ties and Increasing tho low and power treatment md failed It is put up in 25 tho Weekly Enquirer in April 1892 of norvo fluid It is porfoctly harmless and 60 cent boxes For salo by Roso Enclose ono dollar for u years sub Â¬ and leavos no unpleasant effects Swango octflyl scription to tho Weekly Enquirer und Valuable Hook a Ntrvoua Mercy Asked For h Murderer L Dlfeaae MQt free to uuraddreM nd also obtain H I I tteU poor DkUeats cab charge I A pktition is in circulation praying 1 I 11m La medlclae free of Thla remedy hta bea prepared by tho Rsrerand Gov Brown to commute tho death sen what will bo tho number of subscribers Pattor Koeauroi ron waviie inu ainoeiir aaa tenco of Simpson Bush of CI a City to U uow prepared under hlidlrecUou by tao lifo imprisonment Jlush murdered his in the fivo largest lists received from KOCNIQ MCD CO Ohloago III 1 91 to March 31 92 young wifo by shooting her through tho Nov For eanio term Inst winter it was Sold by DnnaUU at 81 per Bottle 8ferS head with a pistol aud then placing tho weapon iu such a position as to mako it 2999 und tho winter beibro was 1405 lArfftHML7S Bettlafera9 appear a case of suicide Tho tnurdor Tho premiums uro to bo presented It J F LOCK HART was caused by jealousy to those whoso guesses aro correct or - Not Going to Lexington of tho Capital is not going to engage in Lexington journalism any reports to tho contrary notwithstanding While wishing his friend Capt Sam M Gaines tho fullest success in all his eflbrts it is a fact that they have never had a word of consultation regarding tho joint publication of a newspaper at Lox Ington or elsewhere The Lexington Leader which first gave publication to tho statement rolativo to tho proposed newspapor and its promotors misunder stood Mr Hull Davidson and lias cor- Â¬ rected the original statoment But this apart wo wish Capt Gaines and those with whom ho may bo associated tho utmost realization of their hopes of suc Â¬ The editor Â¬ Grand Upright Piano Gladiator Watch and Case A Lemairo 24 Hue Field Glass A Ilolman Parallel Bible A Venice Tarlor Clock A High Grade Safety Bicycle An Elgin Watch aud Boss Caso A Haydock Kico Coil Spring Handy Top ggy A Railway Watch in 14 Karat Caso Abife Scholarship in Wattcrs Commercial College A Decker Bro A 65000 3000 2000 1300 1200 12500 2500 20000 7500 SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE his county Wo would advise all to enter at the be FROM CENTRAL KENTUCKY ginning of a term but you can enter at any TO AM POINTS time aud classes will be arranged You cannot find a better school in the NORTH EAST WEST mountains of Kentucky Our rates are low our methods of teaching Normal we keep AND SOUTHWEST abreast with the tide of education Our pu FAST LINE BETWEEN LEXING- Â¬ pils are our best advertisement We refer you to them TON AND CINCINNATI Hazel Green is the prettiest town in East jSSrSciiKDULE in Effect Nov 15 1891 ern Kentucky free from many of ills ol railway towns and those of more imputa No 3 tion no saloons or harbors of temptation No 1 No 5 Accom The people welcome strangers and influSouth Bound Daily ences for good aro thrown around thorn Express Fst Le Ex Sun All boarders will be under the supervision Le 8 10 a m 8 00 pm 2 65 nn Cincinnati of the teachers Send for catalogues etc Covington 8 18 am 8 08 pm 3 02 pm 1ariH Ar It 18 am 10 23 pm ii 10pm WM H CORD Lexington 12 lOnn 11 00 pin 7 00 pm May 8 1891 PRINCIPAL 1 25 am I iuris b 15pm Winchester Ar 12 lOuu 7 05 pm Itioh iiioikI 1 top m 7 55 pm Livingston 3 05 pm Corbin 4 r0pni Middlesborougii 7 35pm Â¬ Â¬ 0ooo E D ROUTE Mississippi Valley Co Â¬ WASHINGTON PHILADELPHIA BALTIMORE NEW YORK OLD POINT THE SEA SHORE And nil Eaatern Cities The Diret Line to LEXINGTON LOUISVILLE ST LOUIS KANSAS CITY CHATTANOOGA MEMPHIS And all Points West and Northwest and South and Southwest KA8T 110UND Fust Fast MM Accom Express Daily Daily Dailv ex Sun ex Sun ti 1 pHjRKbEjii Cumberland jiii 7 55 hi i 1 HveToH A KATXTBAZ SEMXDT TOH Corbin L 4 50 pin WilliuiiiHliunr 5 45 pm Jellico Ar 0 20 pm Kichinond I 1 50 pm Lancaster 4 45 p iu Stanford Ar 5 2jpin No 2 NoitTII HO UN I Daily Lexington Le inchester Mt Sterling Olive Hill Ashland Cattlettsburir Huniiiigtou Ar WK8T IK UN I 15pm 7 7 9 10 10 11 00pm 30pm 03pm 30pm 43pm 07pm 7 35 am 5 8 23am 7 8 52am 7 10 40am 10 12 15pm 12 28pm 12 50pm 45pm 10pm 45pm 00pm No 4 Express Daily 7 00 am 7 50 nin 10 15 am Huntington Cattlettsbnrg Ashland Olive Hill No 0 Mt Sterling Dailv Ex Sim Winchester Lexington Le 1 1 1 Stanford Lancaster Jtlcliinond Le Ar 3 4 4 5 20pm OOOnm 39pm 0 25 am 50pm 0 37am 03pm 8 20 a in 4 00 am 82pm 10 27 am 0 25 nm 58pm 11 15 am 7 15 am 30pm 1205pm 8 05mii Ar Le Jellico illiuinHbnri Corbin a Limited Vkrtiiiuiki Exhikss runs dnilv and f Ar a4 Cumbd Corbin iMUUiiesDMrotigh JapLc 8 05 am 8 45am 0 35 am l I Livingston Livingstoi GUESS rftPr-Llli Richmond Winchester Lexington Covington Cincinnati S r5 0 25 am H r 11 05 am ej Le 11 15am Le 0 05 um 12 41 pm Ar 1 55 am 1 35 pm 7 45nin 2 27 pm Le 7 00 a in - no pm 7 53 am 2 37 pm Ar 10 54 nin 5 35 pm Ar 11 OOani 5 15 pm 33 58 am am train is made part of the celebrated V O teeet East of Huntington on the C route t ast MahIkains run daily except Sun day between Lexington and Huntington Make direct connections utHuutington with It MMMMt At AhIiIuiiiI with S V Ilv At inchester with K C J R ortli mid Hnuth bound and at Lexington with L A MIMM h S and C N O tt T P Railroads 3 45 pm ArcoMO JX1S0TSS AN 0VB 4 25 pm nUy Sunday Connects nt 0 37 pm V inchester to 0XetP mid from K C points mid 45 pm I has estibuled Pullman linnet Sleepers between Louisville Lexington Washington New ork and Old Point Comfort This p p Â¬ CO Ii 1 except Suudav No fl Dally except Sundiiy TEACHERS INSTITUTE PROCEEDINGS Lady at railway 8tation--- Is No 4 Dally betw pen Ciuciiiiiatl ami Lex there With u now trimming machine a modern iiiirtoii any objection to dogs in this car conduc Â¬ WANTED t Viw atuiiivr fast Job preHtf an abundance of type nnl 1 tor Ocutlomaii I am not the conduc IiMiiiiTiiniiH ami superior workmen we aro better pre Chester tor points on the N N A M ni E Iii V I will say however that Good Solicitors make from 200 to 800 pared to print Institute Proceedings tor madam H nri CHiiiherlitinl 25r SaiSU T The jtiHtlv colehrnted there is a orvlnvr babv iu this car and if a dav during Winter Seawn Only iIiomj hiiv olllce in Eastern Kentucky Please Mian imil to Mlddlesborough an rrom c ulve Perrviai steel nena vour dor is big enough to swallow the willing to work ladles or gentlemen need ttiTynur order SPENTKU COOPKU and all intermediate stations and runs are sold I apply nuMlice i cents i ENQUIRER COMPANY Cincinnati uftby rtlilnk ho will be welcome Editor Herald Hazel Green Ky ffl and tho lwst mmMi n t r wwa 1HUU KIllVVCi A oubat many persons who havo found no relief from other treatment havo been cured of rheumatism by Chamberlains Pain Balm Do not give up until you have tried it It is only 60 cents per bottlo For sale by Roso fc Swango uoarest correct For full list see Weekly Enquirer now tho largest 12 page dollar a year paper in the United Dtnte D DENTIST EZET ENQUIRER COMPANY CINCINNATI O KY Trafflo Manager tJen Pass Agt General Olllces Louisville Ky 8 F B MoitSK Asst Gen Pasi Agt Omce Chamber of Commerce Hulldlng Pilioliinntt All No 1 Dailv to all points except Rowland wnmiMi which is uauy except Sunday No 2 Huns dally excejt Sunday from Lexington to Cincinnati No 1 II u ns dailv No 4 Huns dally from all stations ox cejit the Itowhuid Division which is dailv L hV C l Atmoiik R ntIKYVvlh S in full information regard to Rates Koines etc apply to any Agent of this or connecting lines or to H E HUNTINOTOK C L BlIOWX W Baunky f Lexington V P ami i M LKXINOTOV G I A KY W S ITATtMFONt Ky G A Aslilmid Ky R for Louisville BAY mhh iA HOUSE i Â¬ HGENTS 1 DAY Proprietress ilus liouso han been recentlv relittcd mid re urnis lcd and the table is all piled with the bpst In l atmi times sup n reaMinablc Sample room attached and spe cial riitvN In commercial men latronagc Is icuuny no cited aOlv uu Ua7kl Grhrk Ky Â¬ 1 I 77 W tunil