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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor i Hazel Green Herald Of a Noisy World With Nows From All Nations LumbVlng at His Back Sl00 A YEAR Always In Advana SEVENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 18 1891 2 00 NUMBER 39 WOOD DAY LIST OF CLAIMS ALLOWED AT THE OCTOBER OF CLAIMS 1891 COURT 00 J 00 3 28 18 J 1 GREAT FIFTY CENTS ON THE DOLLAR Asbury Win guarding jail Amvx J II judge Nov clec 50 91 Same sheriff Aug Brown L M bridge commisner k it ii ii 00 oo fid SALE CLOTHING We arc going to miikc sonic improvomcnts in our store room a ftcr January 1st The contract ia signed and sealed with the contractors consequently we arc compeucu mj sell our stock or pack it away We pre- Â¬ fer selling it at a sacrifice Banks Wm hauling for jail Byrd W A blasting for co road Byrd A P services as attorney Bvrd G P making coffin for Elizabeth Spencer Buchanan W K viewing road Burton Win Byrd Ohas right way for road Bush W L judgo Nov clec90 Banks David Crawford Jonathan guardg jail 15 00 2 50 3 00 1 00 1 00 1V 00 2 00 4a Every suit of Clothe every Overcoat every Pair of Panto marked in plain figures We will just split them in half Tim means CO cents on the dollar Hie cheapest sale of fine ready made Clothing in Kentucky Our business is not conducted by fakes and guessing schemes The man thats selling watch chains on the street corner for M throwing in a watch just to show his generosity needs watching Bunco Stcercnj 1 llazzle Dazzle tricksters and green goods rnt rnturnu from mil nil ill VCStniClltS Ill 111 eucn telligent minds are on to the racket and take no stock humbuggery Tis value they want 1 Creech Patton Cockerham J K judge Nov el Â¬ 2 00 ection 90 2 00 judge Aug elec91 ClarkWm 2 00 Cable A J G 00 holding court claims Same 6 50 Center G T coffin and box 20 00 Cox John serv as deputy sheriff 13 00 Combs S S viewing road 2 60 hauling corpse Same 2 5 9 8 00 00 00 00 100 CENTS WORTH OF GOODS FOR 100 CENTS IN CASH Is what wo give the people Bat at this sale Glows Straw 8oad 00 Hats Caps Carr B M transferring prisner 11 00 15 00 AND UMBRELLAS Center G T and James P Hall CHILLICOTHK O 70 25 82 N Paint 8t on court house 45 00 labor and mat 2 00 B MAUPIN 8 25 Drake Alex lumber to fence jail 5 00 WITH 2 00 Dean Walter jail guard 5 00 11 Stamper G D 1 00 Drake Ira viewing road Sally J B chainman surveying WHOLESALE DRY GOODS 12 00 Dull W B co judge pro tern 60 poor houso farm NOTIONS BOOTS SHOES Ac 6 00 holding court claims Samo 10 00 Spencer Isaiah jail buildcom CATLETT8BUBQ KY fe6ly Davidson John and D D right 2 00 Same clerk Nov elec90 d 00 of way for road J SEITZ 2 00 91 Aug Same 2 00 WITH 1 Miller D C iudeo AujrolccOl McPhcrson W E viewing road Samo sheriff Aug clcc91 McCowan It P judgo AugolOL Napier S P lumber for bridge Nickel H R judge Aug cloc01 90 Nov Ohair W H chainman in Pclfroy Zachariah viewing road Peck A C account filed Same keeping paupers Pence Joab judge Aug clcc91 Pence W M hold court claims Itcynolds Wm hnuling roofing for court houso ltosc S II for burial clothes Rose Allison as per contract with bridgo commissioners Ilntliffc Silas aid in his support ltosc S S poor house comtcc Same Stillwaterbrldgo work Itose Powell judgo Nov clec90 Stamper J H mcd attn priss Sncnccr Joseph lumr for bridge Stephenson T J repairing the Hazel Green bridge Spradling B N building bridge Same judgo Nov elec90 Same sheriff Aug olcc91 Stamper T F services as jailer Swango J M viewing road Spencer James F Swango W T hauling rock Sally G W account filed Same judgo Aug elec91 Stamper las II Jr jail guard jA 1 11 00 48 00 80 00 2 00 1 GO P DAY t wood Office over Kxchango Bank Mavsvlllo St ML Sterling Kv Practice in Montgomery Powell Menifee Wolfe Breathitt Rowan Magoffin and Mor- Â¬ gan counties and Superior Court and Conrt ATTORNEYS AT LAW of Appeals 00 00 o REAR BIGSTAFF KY ATTORNEYS AT LAW MT STERLING 17G 15 2 00 G G 1 Practice in the courts of Montgomery and 00 ndjniniiie counties and in tho Conrt of Ap Â¬ peals and Federal CourtB 00 It J A TAULBEE 27 D 50 00 50 00 7 00 Physician and Surgeon Hazel Green Wolfo Couuty KENTUCKY CLARENDON THE Cor Limestone and Short sta W H BOSWELL Proprietor There has been added an Annex with 20 large well ventpatud rooms Strcot Cr 50 00 pns the door every five minutes Located 162 00 within two squares of depot 10 00 2 00 2 64 22 00 2 00 30 00 Lkxington Kv 598 40 1 JH YANKIE BENNETT WITH 00 JOBBERS OP SEIP CO H CABPENTER DuffWHPjudgeAugelec9l Duke W F 100 CENTS WORTH AT 50 CENTS OH THE DOLLAR Every article in our establishment is ticketed nt the lowest price possible The stamp of durability is on every garment has you have not dealt with us ask your neighbor who will be pleased We invite you to our store feeling assured that you values we offer satisfied with the matchless with our garments and L G STRAUS LEADING CLOTHIERS KENTUCKY Elswick Carmack viewing road Elkins Isaac burial clothes Elkins H C clerk Nov clec90 Evans J H clerk Aug elec91 Fulks Bruce chainman in view ing road Fulks Jesse chainman in view- Â¬ ing road FulkB Jacob jail guard Fallen D H clerk Nov clec90 Â¬ Shackleford M M viewing road 2 00 Same sheriff Nov elec90 7 00 91 i Aug Same 4 71 Spradling Grant slier Novel90 2 00 Stephen clerk 2 00 Swango 4 00 00 00 1 00 2 65 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 6G G4 Thos Henderson Son WHUIiKMAIlt JA KJ 5xa525 ASHLAND DAVIS -- H1 1 LEXINGTON K I wm M El IT m E J C Gilly J C judge Tolson Howard chainman view- Â¬ 2 54 Graham Tim sheriff 3 ing road Aug elec91 2 G4 Same view 3 9G Tolson James chainman Hanks T B posts for jail fence 3 ing road 5 00 right of way for road Same filed 4 150 00 Taulbce J C account Hollon J B as county clnrk keeping Hannah 2 00 Trimble W S clerk Nov elec90 Same 50 Trimble Howard Wilson heriff of Clay Perry for right of way 105 14 35 Taulbeo county conveying prisoner 2 Tester J M clerk Aug elec91 Hollon Pres burial clothes for G Same holding court claims 15 00 MK Little 2 elec91 G 00 Terrell W L clerk Aug Same holding court claims 0 Same holding court claims 2 00 Howe S P viewing road county judge 300 2 UO Tutt S M serv as judge Nov clec90 Same building and poor Same jail 358 25 Horton II N school supt 60 houso committee Hurst Hardin slier Nov elec90 2 48 2 00 Hollon John B judge 3293 Total G 2 00 Swango 2 00 91 Aug Same judgo Stamper J C judgo Novelcc90 Shull L C sheriff Sword Jas H clerk Spencer David judgo Aug 101 Same holdiug court of claims 00 00 00 00 00 2 00 G KY AMOS BETTMAN BROS Manufacturers of DO with Co 00 00 00 00 00 00 W Pearl Htreet Cincinnati O 3E garllcadqnarteraat Went Liberty Ky THE WINCHESTER BANK WINCHESTER KY N 00 II W1T1IER8POON rrcBidont It D IIUNTElt Cashier 00 00 -00 aniinitn tlin nponnntii of mer 00 chant farmers traders and business men 00 Keiierally throughout Eastern Kentucky and offers its customers every facility ami Paid up Capitol 20000000 Surplus 6000000 tii itir 00 the most liberal terms within the limits of legitimato banking otMr Same clerk Aug elec91 h JSntilish Kitehen j Snort street Aiib No 12 W 2 00 2 00 Hollon A J 2 00 15 YEARS AS Hurst W L Jr judgo ASUREAND CERTAIN CUREKNOWN FOa 7 50 CAD PILV James 8 P hauling rock on road LOUIS MO 2 00 Kinojiid J D iudee Aucrelec 91 aTrHARDSON TAVlOR MEDCOST 27 00 Lacv G Hi for surveying 2 00 judge Nov elec90 Same 2 00 Lacy W P 19 27 Undrum A B as bridge comr 2 00 clerk Augolec91 Same AT THE 2 40 clothes Landsaw D D burial ii do Same lumber to build bridge G 00 holding court claims Same 5 00 guard Lovelace G W jail 10 00 TWtln JnMDll 2 00 Landsaw Wm judge Nov el90 2 00 Lincous Wm clerk at All Hours Breakfast from 5 2 00 Meals 25 Cento Meals to Order Regular Oys- - Lacy J G judgo Aug elec91 M 5 p M to 9 fl 00 Lackey J M hold court claimH attornoy 300 00 Lvkins J C as county CUS LUICART P M Same bridge and jail comteo w vu Mizc W O commissioner to set- Â¬ 00 tle with sheriff 2 00 Murphy S P judgo Nov ol90 6 00 Same holding court claimH CURES NOTHING BUT PILES r ntr v nruienv Hanks C M Jr - 2 00 97 LrBCfM County lovy for general expenditurca 126 per enpita and 10c ndvaWem For Jail Bridgo and Poor House Fund 100 per capita and 30c advalorcm Traders Deposit Bank MT STERLING KY Capital J M 200000 Sunnus 80000 State of Kentucky j gct G L MP i County of Wolfe I J B Hollon Clerk of tho Wolfo County Court certify that tho foregoing is a true list of tho claims allowed at tho October Court of ClnimB 1891 and pay Â¬ able out of tho levy of 1892 Given under my hand this first day of BIGSTAFF President KIKKrAXMlun vice rrenucnu W W THOMSON Cashleiv chants farmers traders and business raeu generally throughoat Eastern Keatuoky A general banking business doae Oive us a chance to send you a bank book pay ypur checks and loan you ihoney when In acetl W W THOMPHOX Cash o We respectfully solicit the busiaess of mer Â¬ December 1891 IDINGFELDBB -- J A B HOLLON C W C U r am Proprietor m completed ar- iIipV have The umUrHigied lakes pleasure in announcing that uomp rnngements with the American i ook following reduced rates Inn nt books adopteil by tne maie johhi ui m S Jnvniho First Arltlimcuc Nhw McOutroya Small Primer Second Arithmetic 8J llnvlnml lriinir M Third Arithmetic of All Kinds 17 And Trimmines Eclectic Speller 50 Key to same 17 First Header 80 High Arithmetic JO Second Header 75 l JVBV VU 42 EI Third Header McGureys 1st Eclectic Geography 1 55 50 MT STERLING KY AND KINDS ul Fourth Reader a fl hon TrMH 1 u I 10 Colli fi 2I Eclectic Geography 73 titan vnn null 1 TO Fifth Header u il Vioik nnrrnliv 85 will deliver cofflns cheat Sixth lie American Hook Compaav are well known i OH lianu Ilr wtie vu viiwm i CeHsIgfiweBts of pwIhm HbllslKHl by tun AinericaH tMitreuage of MoHHtatn Mertkaart or 1 can mriiWi TomlwInnM ndlrwy low prices arc such that fally solieitod Haief Greifti Ky VOMBaTONESl Mv arraneeraenti any kind of Marble or J-Granite AJUye from very loUt prices Wry respectfully ft vaVKaaaaaaawlaaHBHKf BaaaaHMBn tW OR AEllr OfEirER HAZEL GREEN KY CO NnrnHtet Kruiwly M ROBINSON Megrimimk tho only permanent euro Importers and Jobber of for all forms of headache and neuralgia relieves tho pain in from 15 to 20 min- Â¬ NOTIONS utes For salo on positive guarantee at DRY GOODS AND Tub Hkral office or sent postpaid by mail on receipt of price 50 cents a box Noh 037 539 and 54- 1-- Vet Malu Street Send Tub Hkralu to a distant friend LOUISVILLE KY J UNDERTAKtR AND DFAIKH IN SGH00I BOOKS Trimble Bros Jul - WHOLESALE nlBtBS3BfB8a2taWBl COFFINS CASKETS lv 4 hJtSp mdEE Ml 1 n pnpWTTHRE OF ALL KINDS REPAIRED j tk Ji4jy n v f 4 A v r i jb i -- vvr flS Hazel Greea Herald EVESCZn COOPER PuKkfer HOME I HINTS AND HELPS HAZEL GREEN GOOD GOOSE How KY A povwd of sulphur burned in a ttfftitfy closed mom will destroy c ery living thtag In it from moUs and bed germs bufrs to powsibic STORIES 1 t I t i I t i a i V years thong h tkerc are tnon of Ihem funml avaallr on the I a rye reserratMMifc in the wel wad iiortkuoAl A a rale an Indian will not cat jjoose or ttnek meat s lo as he can pet a toi ton tail or a prairie dog it is not lb kind of mm ihrr quirer like Oa Green rirer ia caMern IUh North Carolina Cake Two cup of thousands of gerM conrrat ia the sttgar four tablespoon fuls of batter tall and remain daring th winter The on cup of sweet cream whites of eight Indians liardlr crrr shoot at thetn ami eggs beaten stiff f two teuspnottiuLs they flock together s emctisnes a many extract of lemon two cups of flour two oa tcu thousand on a Mtmibar aad tea spoonfuls baking powder mix and keep up a hkleoas noise day ami niht bake iVtroit Free ire ss all winter long Cream Walnuts Take two fVHiads Wild jccmj undor certain conditions of white sugar a teacup of water and when caught browe quite tloavtie boil In Meeker there are three ownwl at th with until it threads Flavor liWraJJr vsnilla extract and then take fmm Meeker boUl which hare been there i tbe are nearly fire yearv They were cansrht Have and stir until white and creamr when yottn and for awhile af Iwlng into walnuts prepared make the candy small round cakes prews wiilnuts grown their wings were kept clipped into the sioV drop in granulated sugar Afterward no attention was paid them Hom and they were left to take care of them and pot aside to cW Iadi Journal selves but they have never attempted German Cnpote of Applets Pevl to leave though they ramble abotit the aid core whole a poles Fill the cavities town unrestrained The bupKH4tion usually prevails that w ith current elly place the apples in wild gees biii hi their nosts in the long a pudding dish adding as much water gra and bushes fringing the isolated as the dish will bold Hithout touching fctroams and iakci where thay usually the tilling Add half a pound of sugur congregute to rear their young Such ami the thin peel of half a teuton Cover however is not the ca Mt for their noli tightiy and cook slowly till done He are often found in the top of tivus move the apples to a gins dih loil Quite a resort for wild gv e is found down the sirup to a jelly and pour it at the head waters of the Yampa river over Iemonsts Magaziae and a year ago two boys living near Wry nice salads aav aio be made Steamboat k prints found a nest in the of cold veal and lean njrk For tht top of a cottottwood tree The goo dressing beat two eg- - add one tea was sifting on the nest ami the two spoonful of mustard one of vlt two of boys shot her off ami then one sugar one tablevpwnful of butter a cJitnbod up to inspect the nest It small cupful of vinegar Stand this In contained quite a nmabcr of egtfs and boiling water and stir till it thickens thu next thing diseased was how to If you have half a cupful of cream get them to the grouud Firvt tkay sweet or sour add that also With the triod dropping them the boy on the addition of a little celery Icati jKrk ground holding his hat but after break Â¬ salad is quite as good as chicken or ing two that plan was abandoned and veal Hounkeepcr then the boy up the tree thought of Delicious Sponge Cake A delicious a novel plan that worked to perfec- Â¬ sjxinge cake is made with twelve tion He took off his boots and oeks a pound of sugar half a pound of eggs and placing the hitter inside the 1mLs ami the juice of a lemon Heat llour the to form a soft lining carefully placed yolks of the eggs with the sugar and the eggs within then fastened the boots add the lemon juice Heat the whites to ic waistband of his troupers by j of the eggs to a stiff froth and add loosening Ms suspenderK upon either them alternately with sifted Hour Heat side and passing the ends through the the cake thoroughly with a Do finger strap of the boots and again not attempt to use a patent whip for Water buttoning them to the walstlxind Thus either the eggs or the latter of sponge arranged he successfully Icsceudwl the j cake but ue a orige cake whip tree Four the caktt into square tins ift The eggs It wems are next to Inde- or dredge a little powdered sugar over structible and will sand plenty of it before putting it in the oven Hus Â¬ rough usage In the prosent case the j ton Budget loys warn on horseback and rodj Houlcttcauv Foie de Yeau Mince around all afternoon with the egg two pounds of calves liver as fine as strapped in a coat or saddle They wore placed lha night in a pan until possible and a few slices of bacon or the morning following and then it oc ham stir into it a hunch of sweet herb our red to one of the boys to place them finely chopped a little jepper and salt under a hen which whs done Seven the yolk of one or two eggs well of the eggs hatched and the goslings iMaten and a cupful of cream lnt grew to be full grown gees Ihey the whole when well mixed together would go to the river every day and re- Â¬ into a stewpnn set it over the fire until turn to the accustomed roost every it becomes firm ami then roll it into night regularly mid wait around for balls with 3 01 r hands which should xt their breakfast before going to the river well eox cred nlth llour Hrush them over with the whites of the cgjrs well again in the morning One day a KporUman from Denrei leaten then roll them in bread crumbs uamu to the place for a few days recrea- until they are nearly or quite covered tion He saw the geese in thu river and aud fry them in boiling butter Drain bogan shooting at them He showed them in a selve before the fire and his greenness from the fact that he S4rve them on a folded napkin or if would shpot one and wade into the preferred with piquant sauce poured rivnr and get it and then go out and around them when sent to the table in from the bank shoot another one ami a hot dish lloston Herald the geese all the while never thought of Iull lrr Stylr Hying but kept swimming abotit him Most of the trained tolleLs for full frautically screaming Another odd case was learned of at dress the coming season are in princesso Steamboat springs a few- days ago st3 l the length of the train moderate Mias Lulu Crawford has three wild gos- Â¬ the usual skirt springs and other supling which new caught by her soon porters replaced by the tiiifeta silk jct after being hatched They were placed ticoat which shows a graceful ingeni In a box in which a very small bantam ous arrangement of plaited flounces at hen had taken a notion to sit She at the back skillfully grotied and ad Â¬ once adopted the goslings and seemed justed with a view to siporting the The foundation skirt appears to be as proud of thum us If they were train her own chicks When seen by the nnte at the back and Is lined to the writer the goslings werd two thirds depth of three quarters of a yard with grown and four times as large as thu very light weight canvas Then the hen though she insisted on being n plaited train which falls alxive this is mother to them still and followed them lined either with feather weight cotton about all day At night she would get flannel or cottonback moire silk n matil em into a convenient spot and try to terial made expressly for lining skirts of handsome gowns 1 11 other respects vOer thciw DciiviT Tunc evening toilets show the same general f ll Kii W MU Mttrr details as other dressen as In them also Llttlu Dick Ih this thu house you much ernphaiis U laid on picturesque and hi in to livu hi whon you Ih mar- collars nud sleeves and fanes and elabried orate corsages Medio vul dusigns ap my toy What pear again upon gowns for sjKeial Mr Nicefello Y do you think uf It wear the skirt falling straight and be Taint hulf bljf fiiough ing lifted slightly on the left side w Ith YourvsUtr uiyMlf auda Mrvnnt a rich chatelaine ornament of silver jyUlcoHStlCuli thu fiiinUy as urule I The quaint style of dress also that Is amfturc then lt plenty of room for ui worn 13 Marguerite in Faust is and uparo room for relative copied almost literally for youthful Yen plenty for thu fumlly but the petite figures Chicago FosU family dont count What you want h Htrungcrp alt the time too Of the 370275 recruits of the draft wish to en of 18S9 In France and the SOJSs re- Â¬ Ub muj Why hhould tcrtain fftiruntfcc mV boy iTumjiot turned men of the drafts of 1SS7 and jfoliif to keep a hotel 18S5 there were fouud physically and Cntisa hl will tthvayt be reul kind otherwise available in 1690 134051 for and politu to you when btnmer U three year 10315 for two yeuni and bout--OoNews 0050 J for one year Volunteer for the three yearn service numbered 81551 A VHNtrlrnt Krna for the four years service 317 for the Ckolr Leader AchJ that vns terrible flveyeara scrrIccSS5i The total recruits Mb fwrwccherl You lmf lotit do tune received in the army for 1S90 01 thereyHt ar vy oudl Thu standlug fore numbered 237831 MUm U rlffht pro wwcIht That army thus becomes 3M7 strong of lmitor I coiy went out to jct th uir tvhlck 57273 r in tit navy aad marine v I troops of late Hum undine Pew ulld ceew arc Mcn in Colorado Clrtllr 1 thr MlliI Itlrl Adapt llltntrlf to sntls baked rgjrs warm a gill of milk 4d one tablesooonfwl of butter one UblcttfKoafa of flour and six eggs whites and yelks beaten separately raton with mK and bake In a quick oven tar flft eea minutes N Y World Little Folks Ioaf To one third of the bread donga add one butter one teacnpial sojrar one tea capful of cnrraals or any frail to mil When quite ligfci bake in medium oven thirty to forty minute Christian In- Â¬ Hue diM tboon I tr i j I i I Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - od Â¬ f - -4- -N Syrup of Figs ia taken it i jilonsaut and refreshing to tho taste m11 acta tcnt1y yet promptly on tho Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys tem effectually dispels colds headaches and fevers and euns habitual Hyrtip of J igs w tlio constipation only remedy ol its kind ever pro- Â¬ duced pleasing to tho taste and ac- Â¬ ceptable to tho stomach prompt in lieved that Fasett would win He its action aud truly beneficial its was jollv almost hilarious till that eflecb prepared only from the in most time J 1m ti th tide began to turn bad healthy and agreeable substances iU HisuvHl changed when the first He grew more and more many excellent qualities commend it ricw came sulky as one telegram followed another to all and hnvo mado it tlio inoet presaging Fasetts defeat Hut when popular remedy known Syrup of Fijrs ia for sale in 50o he learned that Klmirn Fassetts own home had given a niujorit3 over that and 1 bottles by all leading drugof last 3 ear for Flower he struck the gists Any reliable druggist who table with his ist and said may not have it on hand will proI dont believe it Its one of those cure it promptly for any one who infernal demrx ratic lies Though he sat up until one oclock wishes to try it-- Do not accept any the next morning he became so ilj t in substitute jHtreil that all the people present were CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SAW FRANCISCO CL crats n a vote of much xlitical sig afraid to pak to him It is a terrible t In tfntvtr y if vHr f nificance last ear The rec nt vote disappointment to the old man at Indianapolis the home of the presi cago I ime iUsnWJU22Zl dent was mure democratic than usual NOTES ON THE ELECTIONS POULTRY YARD ami a gn of the popular drift There I0S Ioxrr t7ti irltlom WritHunting accounts are in season can be no rational republican hope of learned linllte ysMftntlrl hdtry uoU to makw li kl carrying Indiana in the national elec- Fassetts gun missed the tiger and A jirirti al jtca tin tion Then New York Indiana New J ones is nursing a irigiitnti iuck in ran j lenri ru afrnwi ni 01 rrurlci tlrlrillAt nnllhrir lur lite ami Connecticut hare 07 the neck Philadclplrn Record Jerev lluw to taulc Urn nJ Ituuu 3oa hnlcra lMtr electoral votes which added o the V govNow that Mr McKinley is a need not tiATr lrleEic acrrst rtxrl rrar from the south give J out of 444 or ernor no doubt the wages of a I Oh t lllncneertri itJilta eiti rlencc Ycucnn lrrnariitlf J U IllKi CMal tt three more than enough to elect Not worhinginen will be immediate- y ini clcti t my iic etc a n uiu ititc wt one of the e tates can fairlr be re- creased Louisville Courier Journal garded a doubtful on the present is- New Yorks republican child of sues Not one of them would have dostfn3 is out of the wa3 but a in been lost to the democrats had they all luminary has arisen on the party sky voted on the 3d If the captious par- and Htrrson is more miserable than tisan insists that Harrison will lx the ever while Itlaine well look out for THE candidate ami make his own state that predicted letter Kansas City ONLY TRUE doubtful there are seven votes in Times Michigan certain for the democrats The McKinlevites are disposed to and Montana has rhrec and Khodc look upon the republican ict0r3 in r Island four that are classed as demoÂ¬ Ohio as a vindication of the high tariff cratic These will make IrSS w ithout law and fondby imagine that succi ss was Indiana or two more than enough to directly due to the efforts of the innjoi elect Wisconsin will have V votes to 4tHiucate the people In the princi- Â¬ Will purify ItTOOD rrmlafa It gave the democrats some i OOO last ple of protection Chicago Globe KinNKV rune I IV UK 3 ear aud certainly cannot be claimed uiiurucr uiiiki in i jii rjioir 1 he otic hundred million dollar aiipoilie rittin- lca Hi and as a sure republican state On the decline in the value of agricultural lnJlpMilii than re ffiel- whole the democrats have reason to property in Ohio under the highest lupi ouiri r ra uraicu feel extremely complacent over the tariff ever known docs not appear to 1111111 uriKiicnc r aiD political situation as indicated by the have been mentioned l3 the republican cles rtceixKiiciv f rcc recant voting The straws pointing in spell binders in the Mclviney cam suflarlnjc roiu comptAi iti 11their direction are of the sturdy texture jHiign Louisville Courier Journal lillr lull aIit lilnfll nnil a fo roy cyiro Itcturni that allow birds of priMiiive to root upIt has been a great vietorj-- Its rojolloi nui circk bi lUtltt toinploxlon on them St laul Ho be lil pvcrvwlien All renulrc hear fruits will not be fully garnered until Crcvcuu bend u cent atauiti torJutga pimpUJot a 3ear hence the united demoeracv of THE ONLY ISSUE DR HARTER MEOICINE CO St Louli Mo the Kmpire state shall restore demo Ijct Ir tilnjicil l the Krrrnt State cratic nationil administration a ami a I Irotlmi democratic congress to Washington The noi e of a great conflict dies whence bribery and coercion extruded awa3 ami the flag of a trte and un them three 3ears ago Alba 113 Argus O FOHTIIEMILLIONSOFCONSUMERSOF daunted deiuocrac3 has Wen carried Ohio simply stands still It was In New York on issues forward the rest of the states which year chietl3 national the party has mntcl condemned the McKinley last firiif b3 in the support of an excellent l more than Jt rfvo lr U inro to nn A with the result that everything is thousand one million three hundred VJF iioiiiicu Hint ho Tutt iiiltlui up 11 W now majority That verdict ours In Massachusetts aftc r a stubstands unchanged as New York Mas born fight a d mocral is for the second sachusetts N Y and Iowa show -- Mhlcli t be Â¬ time choen governor the victorctttliiliiKttll Hid Tlrliu iifllioliirK World kj flhl lrrxrrllnilyiimlUIo j t r I ing due to the dmand of the people 1l j n iii miii imrii Out of live states that elected c Hotl f trilo pilla A for freer trade In Iowa a democrat H1 Uaiicd I jo of governor fi ur were earned b3 the W Tlic oxnet it elected two 3ears ago b3 an accident As for thu one state which Q TUTTN TINY MVKR 1MIIN as it seemed Is successful ugain 13 an democrats It hotrn In tho bonier of thU nil increased majority on an increaJxHl adhered to the part3 of high taxation vote ami probaldy carries the entire it stands as a shining examplo of the state ticket with one execution with cfllcacy of concentrating in one spot all GRATEFULCOMFORTING him In Ohio Mr MeKiiiley the very the fat fried from the protected manufacturers Chicago Times emlKMlimeut of protection the chief benMr Shermans views on finance efactor of trusts rings aud subshly and Mr Hlaiues views on trade recihunters unites all elements of his own BREAKFAST thorough knonlcdso of tho natural lawt Dt part3 concentrates the forced and vo- procity saved the distinguished hide of which coTorn thu oinriiom of ilin r nnd liu Â¬ luntary contributions of ten thousand the illustrious author of the wool sched iritlcn and by n rarcrul atinlicntiut f th fln of woll ilictrd Vw Kpin hai manufacturers and In the face of dem- ule and the tin plate schedule to men protrnie our treaklt table wtthMr doncatelr protlded Oaroured In ocratic dissensions succeeds in his can- tion no other of his works of art In a dnctora Milt Tcratio which mar ai 11a many heary tiy thn Judirluua of 1UCI1 vass b3 a majority which is not so plain tariff contest McKlnkws hide attklet if diet It It a comtitution mayUu graduall that ly ujiI up until uroiiK nouwti to to ttrrery ten much a victory as a prusuge of ap wotddjiavc been hung on the fence by nency tolieao lliintlniU f iiibtln maladlear Jov Campbell Chicago News noatiiur ariund u realy to attar it wherevi r then proaching disaster weak iKimt Wo oapn many Ohio has been carried li a keepinr ourolTi- may i tortined v ithi f aial halt The fact Let us make no mlstaks about the ly uro ixxl well won It is for the republican candidate is not half and prupvHy uourlabed lram - ttU inui situation the battlu is not ttrnnly Republicans flud their as significant as the means by which it Mauo hall with bolllne water or mlk fnld onby begun xunliliii liomcEopathic - tm iin EPPS i CO by tlrHr lane Chemists lines of communication assailed and was carried Thu monoolisLs treated AMES they will not in ifey be ublu to concen Â¬ the contest as If It were a life and death London England trate their forces In two statev Never- struggle and poured put their ram Ladles theless they will contest every Inch of like water In aid if McKinhy This I conduct on their -- art contradicts em ground with stubborn determination and tluy are well entrenched and well phatically the pretense to quiet the supplied with the aiauwa of war farmers and worklngmen that the new Democrats have u fighting chance no tariff ha lowureir prices Tin monopmore in Massachusetts and in lowu olist hare no money to contribute in Profit hy ecurlnc uberlber for tho lead v old Had the democratic candidate for gov- Â¬ upholding a cuusc or a candidate that manil beat IadU oo and Kaahlon Alaeaimeln America A prooubU and pleaait occupaiion does that Detroit Free Press ernor In Iowa ilellvered the speeches 0 n d maittaln her The elections of Tuesday did on silver which united the party In or Prtlculart nd u your nam he could not have won much to olear up the doubts which and addreiioimtoMal card If you want full Massachusetts lataplncopy em rwdwlll Had the democratic candidate for gov- Â¬ hung over presidential possibilities for outfit and MtaUihrM cllli ion tfora you may know ci ernor In Massachusetts dealt with 0i One man apparently buried with a arpwclati It ccHfncl thatAwai mMraM i silver as it was dealt with In Iowa he out the hope of resurrection Is Presi Go4ys LssBwk rkx V 1565PhiIadelphl3r In both dent Harrison He lost New York Ijy would have been defeated Massachusetts and Iowa the people are the defeat of the republican party in thoroughly aroused on the question of that state and he lost Pennsylvania l tariff reform It is an issue which the success of the same part3 and tho Quay New York unites the democrats of every section decisive victory of the union For it the leaders of the was orgnnlrcd entirely In tho interest pary have since 1876 contended with of Harrison and solely with reference gTcat courage with great wisdom and to his rcuomination and he lost PennAt last sylvania was organized under Quay under much dlscouragemeuL The with the lllalne banner floating over is within our reach victory whole organisation from Massachu the party anil Quay won by an over- Â¬ setts to Texas is Inspfrcd with en whelming majority against tho most UnilC TrT- - KookkpiararaanihlpArli 1111 tkutUvsiu and supported by the hope of fearful isi Ishcever encountered theroutbly nUnlt Nleiheraaii Meatt SaSUitafkl y MU1HU Mhm Tnx rmI S X vfefawV Oa thu Issue an oq this adclnhia m ic Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- WHAT IS INDICATED rrobabte Cotnplrxien of the lUectora xt Yrr ote It could not le expected the repub- Â¬ licans would concede more than that the result of the recent voting is IndeÂ¬ cisive and affords them a hopeful out Â¬ look for the presidential election it requires activity of the imagination and ignoring of unpalatable facts for them to extract party comfort from the situation Gov Husvell says his elec- Â¬ tion means that Massachusetts is loe tariff reform and democratic lines and Jov lkne s insists that Iowa can be held by the democrats I a both of these states the repablk aas were exhorted to vote in rtew of their assignments for li Their efforts were prodigums to leave no doubt as to the standing of the states ia the general bout They must be conceded to be aneertaia ami to be carried only by tremendous efÂ¬ fort For the republican they are in dispensable The democrats do not need them to sneered Democrats concede Ohio to the repub licans next year althoocrh they hare leen unable under the mot favorable circumstances to reach WWM majority The democrats have just swept New York by a good deal more than doable the republican majority in Ohio It would be absurd to clas the latter as republican next year and not give New York to the democrats With the latter ia the democratic column it is easy to figure out a majority of the electoral vote It Is evident from the voting done in Maryland Virginia aad other southern states that they will all be carried by the democrats next year They have 1M electoral votes New Jersey has just indicated that It is more slrvngly democratic than vr Connecticut is equally safe Indiana gave over 2 000 majority for the demoÂ¬ issue alone can democrats everywhere be brought face to face in solid phalanx with the republican hosts It is no time now for new issues or for the dlscMvjon of questions Involving aaother educational campaig- n- Louisville Courier Journal A SORE DISAPPOINTMENT The rretlrieMtV 1 antrum Orrr the Elec-Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SifHSSs ji r 1 sBT- r- - WZ r Perhaps the most dlsanpoluted and anirrr man in Washington on election day was President Harrison Ilo denied and himlf to callers and was sulky had who gly lvond belief to those tbctnisfiirtune to come in contact with Wm The administration expended all ltsinHueuce and power in Fassetts behalf There were outspoken coin plaints made by Ohio and Pennsyl- Â¬ vania republicans at the luketurmness and lark o intents shown oy the pres- Â¬ ident and his friends relative to the The onlj canvass in these state gave to uid his cheek Mr Harrison jiarly was given to help elect Fasett The result in New York said a wiiite house emplo3e has cAecled the president like a blow with a club Ip to ten oclock 011 election night he beÂ¬ tion Kf ult orcj ENJOYS Both tbo niclhod and re ilu when -- 26 5s ci - Â¬ I -- I - 1 Â¬ Â¬ v Â¬ IROl 1 c- Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ 9 GOOD KTEWS 9 T ttts PiUs a Â¬ Â¬ - 9 TINY LIVER PILIt Â¬ Â¬ QaQ EPPSS - J COCOA 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CASH caiTahTB C iiiVJ1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ twiTttiiM isiIylJaag Ml fmm T jsiiiipissmm Dr Tnlmnpo ho Rays n me omnium in ipncsus tlie mission Wo have landed this morning at ury Paul would In the presence of tho Smyrna a city f Ablatio Turkey One crowded galleries fight a hungry Hon of the seven churches of Asia once The people were early there to get tho ttnod here Yon read in Itcvclatlon best seats and a more alert and enthu To this ehnreh in Smyrna write siastic crowd never assembled They It is u city thathiisoftcn heeuhhuheu took tlieir dinners with them And by earthquake swept hy conlhitfratlon was there ever a moro unequal combat piajjneH end hutehered ly war and proposed hero liishop Iolycarp stood in a crowd Paul according to tradition small ed amphitheater and when ho was crooked backed and weak eyed but the asked to tfve up the advocacy of the grainiest man in sixty centimes is led Christian religion and have himself to the center as the people shout from inurh nlom the pro eonsul say There he comet the nreaeher who has Swtar and I release thee re nearly ruined our religion I be lion iiltf replied Kitfhty and Will llllihii lintv ii lxiir iiiiriiiiiiui inf I proaeh hn t ill ICI llll hlx years have I served hliu and Me It is lilaill that till tln ivmtHilhlnu nf I never did ine wronjr how then can that crowd are with the lion In one revile my Kintf and Saviour When of tho underground rooms I hear tho he was brought to the Urea Into which growl of the wild beasts They havo he was a mil to he thrust and the olll been kept for several days without food clals were ahout to fasten him to a or water in order that they may bo Let me remain as I am especially ravenous ami bloodthirsty fdake he aid for lie who jjivoth me strength to sus What chance is there for Paul Hut tain the lire will enable me also with you can not tell by a mans mssc or looks out your seeunni me with nails to ic how stout a blow he can strlue or how main unmoved in the lire keen a blade he can thrust History says the fires refused tj eon Witness Heaven and earth and hell mime linn and under the winds the this struggle of Paul with a wild beast llamcs lient outward so that they did The coolest man In the Stadium is not touch his person and therefore he Paul What has he to feir Me has was slain ly spears and swords One defied all the powers earthly and in- Â¬ cypress lifitdinj over hia ffravo is the fernal and If his body tumble under only lnonunnnt to liishop Iolycarp the foot and tooth of the wild beast Ilut we are on the way to the city of his soul will only the sooner find discu Kphesus ahout llfty miles from thralmenU Hut it is Ids duty as far Smyrna Weuie advised not to goto as possible to preserve his life Now Kphesus the band ts in that region I hear the bolt of tho wild beasts have had an ugly practice of cutting oil door shove back and the whole authe ears of travelers and sending these dience rise to their feet as tlie fierce peehnens of ears down to Smyrna de brute spiings for the arena anil to manding ransom The handits sug ward its small occupant I think gest to the friends of the peisons from that the first plunge that was made whom the ears have been sulist meted by the wild beast at the apostle was that if they would like to have the rest made on the point of a sh irp blade of the body they will please send an ap- and the Mini Tnnr monster with a howl propriate sum of money If the money of pain and reeking with gore turns is not sent the mutilated prisoners will back Hut now the little missionary has his be assassinated One traveler was carried olT to the turn of malting attack and with a few was paid for well directed thrusts the monster lies robbers den anil 57ri his rescue The bandits were caught dead in the dust of the arena and the and beheaded and pictures of these apostle puts his right foot on the lion ghastly luads are on sale In the shops and shakes htm and then puts his left of Smyrna for any persons who may de- foot on him and shakes him a scene sire to have something to look at on which Paul afterward uses for an illustheir way to Kphesus There have tration when he wants to show bow Me been eases w here ten and twenty and Christ will triumph over death thirty and foity thousand dollars have must reign until Me hath put all beon demanded by these brigands We enemies under Mis feet yes under Ills did not feel like putting our friends to feet Paul told the little truth when have fought with beasts at such expense and it was suggested he said Itut Kphesus ami as the plural is used I we had better omit Kphesus that that would have been a disappointment think he had more that one such tight from which we would never recover or several beasts were let loose upon We must see Kphesus associated with him at one time As we stood that day the most wonderful apostolic scenes in the middle of the Stadium and We hire a special railway train and in looked around at the great structure about an hour and a half wo arrive at the whole scene came back upon us Hut we pass out of the Stadium for the city of Kphesus which was called Metropolis of Asia and we arc in haste for other nlaces of In The real To add to the ex Â¬ One of tlie Kyes of Asia and The terest in Kphesus the capital of all citement of the day one of our party Kmpress of Ionia No man is safe in that was missing learning unit magnificence I said one of the seven region alone unless he be armed and was Here as churches of Asia and lirst of all we knows how to take sure aim and not visit the ruins of that church where miss fire Our companion Or Louis once an Kcumenical council of ilOOO Mopseb now the publisher of the hristiau Herald had gone out on some ministers of religion was held Mark Of explorations of his own and through of the prophecy the fulfillment the seven churches of Asia four were the gate where Paul had walked again and again yet where no man unaccom commended in the Hook of Hevelatiou and three were doomed Tho cities panied should venture now Hut after having the four commended churches some time had passed and every minstill stand the cities having the three ute seemed as long as an hour and we doomed churches are wiped out It oc bad time to imagine every thing hor curred just as the Hible said it would rible in the way of robbery and assasoceur Drive on ami you eomo to the sination the lost traveler appeared to theater which was i0 feet from wall receive from our entire party a volley to wall capable of holding WI71H spec- of expostulation for lite arousal of so tators Here and there the walls arise many anxieties In the midst of this city of Kphesus unbroken but for the most part the enough of it is once lloated an artificial lake brilliant building is down Just left to help tho imagination build it up with painted boats and through the nslt was when those audiences shouted HiverCayster it was connected with tho and clapped at home great spectacular sea ami ships front all parts of the must have been enough to known earth floated in and out carry Their i ig on a commerce which made Kphe stun the heavens Heat was I took my place at tho center of sus the envy of the world As its hippo Its gymnasia this theater and looked around at Its Kphesus broken layers of stone gallery upon drome its odeon its atheiueiiui Its gallery gallery upon gallery and piled forum its aqueducts whose skeletonsÂ¬ towup into the bleak skies of that winter are stdl strewn along tho city Its of Hadrian its monument day and thought that every hand that ers Its castle swung a trowel on these walls and of Ad rod us its quarries which were elite Its temevery foot that trod those stairs and tho granite cradles of to Minerva to every eye that gazed upon that amphi ples built to Apollo to Hacehus to to Mercury theater and every voice that greeted Neptune to Ctcsar to Fortune to Jupthe combatants in that arena had gone Hercules poo out of hearing and sight for ages and iter Olympus What history and pre al- Â¬ try and chisel and canvas have not ages I felt a thrill of Interest that call of at most prostrated me amid tho ruins sented has come up blastthe crowand archiuologlstH powder Standing there wo could not forget that in that building once assembled a riot bar Hut I have now to unvoll tho chief ous throng for Pauls condemnation chlofest of cities In because what he preached collided wonder of this patronage of tho Kng the with the Idolatry of their national god- IBM under llsh government Mr Wood tho exdess Kphesus to feel along Paul tried to got Into that theater and plorer began at ground at great depths for address tho excited multitude but his under tho walls for towers and hero It friends held him hack lest he be torn roads for Kphesus wan more In places by the mob and tho recorder Is that for which celebrated than all else hosldo tho of tho city had to read tho riot act goddess Diana called tho among tho people who had shrieked tjpU f tho of tho world nrd In 1881 for two mortal hours till thotr throaU sixth wonder tho ruins of that temple wore sore and they were black In tho wo stood amid pillars triinnflxuri by Its its fnco Great is tho 111 ana of tho Kphe measuringand confounded at what was sculpture Hinna Now wo step into tho Stadium tomplo of Idolatry In all Enough of Its walls and appointments tho greatest sat on u pioco of ono of its I are left to show what atupondoua place time As What earth columns I said it must hwvo been when used for foot fallen rocked It down or what hurri- Â¬ quako races und for lights with wild beats It It to tho earth or under was a building 080 feet long by 200 feet cane pushed wind of centuries did tho strong wide Paul refers to what transpired what lanthtogfcor and fall There huvo bcou u Bpectaclo when Micro In tho way of Om fought with Goes to hphcaua by prcvdon usual ly taken as figurative but I suppoo It Spccinl Train was literally true for one of the amuso menUs at that Stadium was to put a dis Ono or tlie Kyid or AMit Loolin liked man In the arena with a Ami lnt hungry Hum or tiger or Sermon ly Itcv T Ilo Will panther and let tho iulmiiKc II 1 fight go on until either tho man or tho boast or both were lain It must havo Tnliuiitfofl nennon Inst Sunday been great fun for these haters of Ir Ada HI 4ireat in Diana of Chrlstlnnlty was to hear that on tho morrow KnhesiaiiH lul Myii j have beasts at IJpliesuano es tacle 0 havo been inndt a anno ss uit J Â¬ Â¬ - I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ temple it was necessary in order to keep the wheels which were twelve feet in diameter from sinking deep into tlie earth under tlie uuparalled heft that a frame of timbers be arranged nvi r which the wheels rolled Co put the immense block of marble In Its place over the doorway of one of these temples was so vast and ditllcult an undertaking that the architect at one time gave it up anil In his chagrin intended suicide but one night in his sleep ho drcampt that tho stone had settled to the right placo and the next day ho found that the great block of marble had by Its own weight settled to tho right place The temple of Diana was f Ti feet long by UJO feet wide All Asia was taxed to pay for It It had PJ7 pillars each sixty feet high and each the the gift of a king and in Â¬ scribed with the name of the doner Now you see the meaning of that passage In Revelation just as a king presenting one of these pillars to the Temple of Diana had his own name hisolod on it and the name of his own lllui that country so says Christ overcometh will I make a pillar in the temple of my od and will write up on it the name of my lod and the name of the city of my 5ml which Is New lesusalem and I will write upon him How suggestive and my new name In addition to these pillars beautiful that I climbed over while amid tlie ruins of Dianas Temple I saw after ward eight of those pillars at Constant inople to which city they had been re moved ami are now a part of the Those eight Mosque of St Sophia columns are all green jasper but some of those which stood in Dianas Temple at Kphesus were fairly drenched with Costly metals stood brilliant colors of tlie temple in various parts where they could catch the fullest Hush of the sun A flight of stairs was carved out of one grape vine Doors of cypress wood which had been kept in glue for years und bordered with bronze in bas relief Kwutig against pillars of brass and re oniinded with echo upon echo caught up scut on and hurled back through the corridors In that building stood an image of Diana tlie goddess The impression was abroad as the Hible records that that linage had dropped plumb out of Heaven into the temple and tho sculptors who really made the statue or linage were put to death so that they could not testify to its human manufacture and so deny its celestial origin It was thought by intelligent people that the material from which tins idol was formed might have dropped out of Heaven as an aeroÂ¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ seen tcmplcn of Dlanit th ruins of each contributing something for tho Bplendor of all Us architectural auo cessors Two hundred and twenty years waithls hint tomplo In construction Twice an long an tho United States havo stood wan that temple In building It was nearly twice as largo as St Paul Cathedral London Lest It should bo dluurbod by earthquakes which havo always been fond of mak ing those regions thoir playing ground tho tinplo wan built on a marsii which was made firm by layers of charcoal covered by fleeohes of wool Tho stouu came from the onarrv nein- - bv Aftr It was decreed to build the temple It was thought It would ho necessary to bring tho building stouu from other lands but one day a shepherd by tho name of Plxodorus while watching his Hocks saw two rams fighting and as they missed the Interlocking of their horns ami ono fell his horn knocked a splinter from tlie rock and showed by that splinter tlie lustrous whiteness of tloj rock The shepherd ran to the city with a piece of that stone which revealed a quarry from which place the temple was built and every mouth in all ages since tho mavor of Kphesus goes to hat quarry to offer sacrlllce to the memory of that shepherd who dis covered tlu source of splendor and wealth for tho cities of Asia Minor In removing the great stones from tho quarry to their destined places In the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ safe deposit Criminals from nil land flod to tho shelter of thin temple and the law could not ouch thorn It scorn ed almost strango that this mountain of architectural snow outside did not molt with tho fires of color within Tho temple was surrounded with groves In which roamed for tho temptation of the hunters stags and hares and wild boars and all styles of game whether winged or fourfooted There was n cavo with statue ho Intensely brilliant that It extinguished tho eyes of thoso who looked upon it unless at tho command of the priests tho hand of tho spectator somewhat shaded tho eyes No wonder that oven Anthony and Alexander and Darius cried out in the words of my text Treat Is Diana of tho Kpheslans Ono whole month of each year the month of Muj was tie voted to her worship Processions In garbs of purple and violet ami scarlet moved through It and hero wero torches and anthems and choirs in white and timbrels ami triangles In Hero music saertllces and dances young men and maidens were betrothed NatloiiH with imposing ceremony voted large antounta to meet the ex pense of tho worship Fisheries of vast resource were devoted to tho support of this resplendence Horace ami Virgil and Homer went Into rhapsodies while desert king this worship All artists archteologlsts all centuries agreed In aaying Ureat is Diana of tho Kphe Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rjOMBS H0U8B OAMPTON 19 XT 8 COMBS PAorxiXTftx The of the katellng yabMe H rMueotfullr solicited Table the beef MM eysry nttontloa for the eomfert ef f pfttrotuif e FRED KELLAM WITK M 80 S TIMMONDS Wholesale p18ly Grocers ponTSMOUTir o 25 PER WEEK AnfcNTH ottb N GtlNHHAL LINK OP MUR0HANDI8K AllOVK fl ALARY WILL XI PKDDMKO FOR FUR TAID TO AUNT0 WVR THKIl mrOUMATION ADPRKWi Wanthti I SALARY Onon to bull 0II10AC10 GENERAL SUPPLY CO 178 W Van Huron St OniOAao III H ENRY MATLOOK WITH MCMILLAN HAZEN GO WHOLKSAL12 BOOTS AND SHOES KNOXVILLE TENN Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ huas Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ here and there with openings kept full of spikenard so as to hinder the statue from decaying and make It aro- Â¬ matic but this ebony was covered with bronze and alahnster A nceklnco of acorns coiled around her There were four lions on eacli arm typical of strength Her head was coroneted Around this llguro stood statues which by wonderful Invention shed tears Tho air by strange machinery was damp with descending perfumes The walls multiplied the scene by con Font talus tosod in caved mirrors sheaves of light and fell in showers of Praxiteles the sculptor diamonds and Apelles tho painter filled the placo tho Crtusus with thoir triumphs wealthiest of tho ancients put here and there In tho tomplo golden heifers Tho paintings wore so vivid and life 1110 that Alexander who was moved at nothing of terror shuddered at ono bat tle Hceno on these walls and so truo to Hfo was a painting of a horso that when Alexanders horso was led up to It ho began to uolgh as ono horse Is accus Â¬ tomed to greet another Ono painting In that temple cost 3103750 Tho treasrwos of all nations and tho spoils of kingdoms ware kept hero for ed Â¬ We have seen In the Hrltlsh Museum and in universities In our own West blocks of stone hurled oil from other worlds Thfso aerolite were seen to fall and witnesses havo gone to the landing place and scientists have pro nounced them to be the product of oth er worlds Uu the material out of which the Imago of Diana was fashioned contradicts that notion This Image was carved out jf ebony and punctur Â¬ Â¬ lite Â¬ Â¬ Paul in the presence of this temple of Diana incorporates it in his figures of JMTTIiq alinvo goods nro handled by J 1 speech while speaking of the spiritual CO Jlnzol Groon Ky upon DAY Now if any man build temple this foundation gold silver precious stones etc ami no doubt with refer ence to one of the previous temples which had been set on fire by Hero stratus just for the fun of destroying It Paul says If any mans work shall be burned he shall sulVer loss etc and all up and down Pauls writings you realle that he had not only seen but had been mightily impressed with AND what ho had seen of tho Temple of Diana In this city the mother of Jesus was More dwelt said to have been buried RAGE STREET Nos Aqullla ami Priscilla of Hible mention Â¬ who were professors in an extempor OINOINNATr 0 ized theological seminary atit they IHI- II IH taught the eloquent A notion how to be eloquent for Christ Here John preachTHE KRUSE S BAHLMAN ed and from here because of his fidel ity ho was exiled to Patmos Here Paul warred against tlie magical arts for which Kphesus was famous The sorcerers of this city pretended that they could cure diseases and perform sMOMPAHYw almost any miracle by pronouncing Askl Cataskl these senseless words 11 15 und 17 West Ponrl Streel Li Tetrax Damnaiueneus Alston Paul having performed a miracle in tlm CINCINNATI O name of Jesus there was a lvlng faint lj of seven brothers who imitated the Apostle and Instead of their usual SuTlio wholcnnle tnulo of Rasters Kea words of incantation used tho word tuoky Is respectfully solicited Jesus over a man who was possessed oi a devil and the man possessed flew at TIIE them in great fllerccucss and nearly In con tore these frauds to pieces and sequence all up and down the streets of Kphesus there was Indignation excited against tho magical arts and a great bonfire of magical hooks was kindled in the streets and the people stirred tlm blaze until Si 000 worth of black art literature was bunted to ashes Hut all the glory of Kphesus I have Wholesale Dry Goods Notions described has gone now At some sea sons of the year awful malarias sweep 101 103 and 105 W Fourth Streot over Hie place and put upon mattress or in graves a large portion of the pop In the approximate marshes CINCINNATI 0 Booth Sldt ulation scorpions centipedes and all forms of reptilian life crawl and hiss and sing while hyenas and jaekalls at night slink in and out of the ruins of buildings which once startled tho na su ttous their ulmoit with grandeur Hut hero pernatural Is a lesson which never has yet been Do you not see In that drawn out temple of Diana an expression of what It wants a lod who the world needs can provide food Diana was a huntress In pictures on many of the coins she hold a slag by the horn with ono hand and a bundle of arrows in the Nos 71 and 70 Main Street other Oh this Is a hungry world CINCINNATI 0 Diana could not give one pound of meat or one mouthful of food 10 tho millions of her worshipers She was a US ME Y Ell dead divinity an Imaginary god and so WITH in idolatrous hands the vast majority of people never have enough to eat It in only in the countries where the God of Heaven and earth Is worshiped that tho 0 JOIIIIKIlfl INO- vast majority have enough to eat Lot Diana havo her arrows and her hounds Â¬ slans MARKS BROS MARKS ohmm ll 111 mmn Â¬ Â¬ HARDWARE Â¬ GEO W MAIPIN 4eG0MPANrs Â¬ Â¬ GROSSMAN CO Â¬ SCHLEUTKER Saddlery and Harness G WMKERRG0 -- our lod has the sunshine and the showers and the harvests and In proportion as He is worshiped does plenty reign Annrlcitii ilrU imil Ionilffii Titles Â¬ Hardware Agricultural Implomonts Â¬ J The Impression existing In some minds that American girls ate willing to ex change their beauty grace and wiiisomo youth for tho prestige of a foreign title be the hearer of that allurement ugly as a satyr or old as the hills is not borne out by the facts To tho credit of our girls and to their Innate good sense and self respect it may bo said that tho exceptional Instance tho rule only proves that tin suitor who would gain ono ol our fnlr republicans must commend himself to her by something loss moro trlclous than tho rank which is but tho guineas stamp May and December are not fitting mates and venerable years nro ill adapted to please the woman whoso rounded cheek glows with tho rose tints of the spring Lady Mury or Countess Kdlth wdl be lino plor oh plain Mra John Smith consulting her hearts dictates than as tho vifo of a foreign nobleman who might be her grandfather Harper a Ilazar Â¬ Â¬ PLOWS roSTKlt HTOVI5 CO MAL COOK MILLS it KVAPOUATOIUL 1PION HKAPKItS A MOWHItH uivinrv 11 11 avii a mi iritMintua DOOIW AND HAHII A SlUCIALTY Nos HO At llJ Second Street I RONTON OHIO Oly OLIVKUCHILLKD PLOWS nr 1 jWrDO YOU WANT TO SAVH FROM 2fl to CO GENTS ON EVERY DOLLAR YOU SPEND U m wxrr von oun IrLUHTitATHi Oataloouk CONTAININO ILLU6TRATIONH ANDPRIOM OV KVliltYTIIIM MANUFACTURED Ilf Till UNITKU BrATKH AT MANUFACTUR Â¬ 10000 IMU8TRATIOM8 ERS lltlGKfl ALLLINIUJ niiHKHINTiI OiTALOaUS MAILED VMIKOH APPLICATION CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO No 178 Wkst Van Uuitiur St CHICAGO ILL ADDKim Fens Ae rfksH for side at this oMee Lieller Note lMjier only 10 a quire Call a if yeu aesil stationery fei it t a Krt if X to 6 pkaU dwIntwrtMdlinrlH j jtui ftiWWiWZ immmtzmmmajiiii All lplcHMU Sd uYpt JMlMX tn1 m w r 11 3 - Jl jesssnsssMn SBBilBSSUSSlKeiSSSSSSSSSSSSMMismflSSSWTaAlJiaSS lfPtMH if L - ft W 0 Jri ft q JtMtFrTMM waa- V FH A s t 4 wfcp- - 4 Hazel Green HAZEL QUEEN GOOD i Herald t KY SIENCEIt COOPER PublUher GOOSE STORIES lllmseir to Hour tlin Mllil lllril Adapt Clvllloil Surroundings I i Ifcl H n V lined either with featlior weight cotton flannel or cottonback moire silk n material made express- - for lining skirts of handsome gowns In other respects evening toilets show the same general Cftii Ttj Know III Muter llo details as other dresses us In them also Little Dick Is this tho house you much emphaxis is laid on picturesque and sis Is to Hvo In when 3011 is mar- collars aud sleeves and fancy and elab ried orate corsages Medieval designs ap Mr Nlcefollo Yes my 1103 What pear again upon gowns for special do you think of it wear the skirt falling straight and be Taint half big enough ing lifted slightly on the left side with Yourslhter myself and u servant a rich chatelaine ornament of silver MIL constitute tho finally as urule I Tho quaint stylo of dress also thot Is nnfsuro there Is plenty of room for us worn l3 Marguerite in Faust Is mid spare rooms for relatives copied almost literally for youthful Yes plouty for tho family but tho potlto figures Chicago Post fumll3 dont count What 3ou want Is strangers nil tjip time too Of tho 370375 recruits of tho draft jljti huj Wl3 should wish to 017 of 18bl in Franco and tho 50USS re Â¬ tortaln Klrungors my boy ifturinot turned men of the drafts of 18S7 and going to keep a hotel 18SS there wero found physically aud Cuuso sis will ulwiiys bo real kind otherwise available in 1SH0 114051 for aud polite to you when strangers Is three years I0ai5 for two years and Good News about 0OflOJ for ono year Volunteers for the three yearss service numbered Hl5Vi A Sulllc lent Kxcuso for the four yours sorvlco U17 for the Choir Leader Achl that vas terrible ft voyeurs sorvico8S3 Tho total recruits Miss Sorecchorl You huf lost do tune received In the arra3 for 1810 01 thereyoH ar vy oudl fore numbered 2117031 The standing yim Sereecher Thats all rlirht nro- - army thus becomes 583fi07 strong of s1fMMH I ouiy woqt out to get tho air which 57373 are lu the navy aud inarlue troops Â¬ Â¬ Few wild ffouso arc scon In Colorado of Into youth llimifrh there are thou Hands of tlicin found usually on tin largo reservations in the west and northwest Ah a rule an Indian will not eat goose or duck meat as long as ho can get a cotton tall or a prairie dog it is not the Wind of meat they like On Ireen river in eastern Utah thousands of geese congregate In the latl and remain during the winter The Indians hardly ever shoot at them and they llock together sometimes as many as ten thousand on a sandbar and keep tip a hideous noise day and night all winter long Wild geese under certain conditions when caught become quite domestic In Meeker there are three owned at the Meeker hotel which have been there nearly five years They were caught when young and for awhile after being grown their wings were kept clipped Afterward no attention was paid them ami they were left to take care of them mcIvcr but they have never attempted to leave though they ramble about the town unrestrained Tho supposition usually prevails that wild geese build their nests in the long grass and bushes fringing the isolated streams and lakes where- they usually congregate to rear their young Such however is not the case for tlioir nests are often found In the top of trees Quito a rosort for wild geese is found at the head waters of the Yumpa river and a year ago two boys living near Steamboat springs found a nest in the top of a cottouwood tree The goose was sitting on tho nest and the two boys shot her off and then one climbed up to inspect the nest It contained quite a number of eggs and the next thing discussed was how to get them to the ground First they tried dropping them the boy on the ground holding his hat but after break Â¬ ing two that plan was abandoned and then tho boy up the tree thought of a novel plan that worked to perfection lie took off his boots and socks and placing the latter inside the boots to form a soft lining carefully placed tho eggs within then fastened the boots to yu waistband of his trousers by loosening his suspenders upon either sldo and passing tho ends through the llnger straps of tho boots and again buttoning them to the waistband Thus arranged he successfully descended the tree The eggs it seems are next to inde structible and will sand plenty of rough usage In tho present case the boys were on horseback and rode around all afternoon with the eggs strapped in a coat or saddle They were placed tint- night In a pan until tho morning following and then it oc curred to one of the boys to place them under a hen which was done Seven of tho eggs hatched ami the goslings grow to be full grown geese They would go to the river every day and re turn to the accustomed roost every night regularly and wait around for their breakfast before going to the river again in the morning Ono day a sportsman from Denver came to the place for a few days recrea- Â¬ tion IIo saw the geese in the river and began shooting at them He showed IiIh greenness fnnu the fact that he would shoot ono and wade Into the river and get it and then go out and from the bank shoot another one and tho geese all the while never thought of Hying but kept swimming about him frantically screaming Another odd case was learned of at Steamboat springs a few- days ago Miss Lulu Crawford has three wild goslings which were caught by her soon after being hatched They were placed in a box In which a very small bantam hen hud taken a notion to sit She at once adopted the goslings and seemed to bo us proud of them as If they were her own chicks When seen by tho writer the goslings wero two thirds grown and four times as large as tho hen though she insisted on being u mother to them still and followed them about all day At night she would got them into a convenient spot and try to vovor tliein Denver Times Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ WHAT IS INDICATED Irolmblo Complexion of tho Klcctornl A pound of sulphur burned In n Votn Xxt Yfiir tlghty closed room will destroy every It could not bo expected tho repub- Â¬ living thing In it from moths and bed licans would concede more than that bugs to possible disease germs tho result of tho recent voting is IndeFor baked eggs warm a gill of milk cisive and affords them a hopeful out- Â¬ add one tuhlcspoonful of butter 0110 look for the presidential election It tuhlcspoonful of Hour and six eggs requires activity of the Imagination whites and yolks beaten separate and ignoring of impalatublo facts for season with salt and bake in a quick them to extract party comfort from the oven for fifteen minutes N Y World situation Sov Kussell says his elec Â¬ one third tion means that Massachusetts is for Little Folks Loaf To of tho bread dough add ono tablespoon tariff reform and democratic lines aud butter one teacupful sugar one tea Gov Holes insists that Iowa can be cupful of currants or any fruit to suit held by the democrats In both of these When quite light bake in medium oven states the republicans wero exhorted thirty to forty minutes Christian In- Â¬ to vote in view of their assignments for 18iJ Their efforts were prodigious quirer Xortli Carolina Cake Two cups of to leave no doubt as to the standing of sugar four tublcspooufuls of butter the states in the general bout They one cup of sweet cream whites of eight must be conceded to be uncertain and eggs beaten stiff two teaspooufuls to be carried only by tremendous efextract of lemon two cups of Hour two fort For the republicans tlity are in The democrats do not teaspooufuls baiting powder mix and dispensable need them to succeed bake Detroit Free Press Democrats concede Ohio to the repub Cream Walnuts Take two pounds licans next year although tliey have of white sugar a teacup of water and been unable under the most favorable boil until It threads Flavor liberally circumstances to reach JOOOO majority with vanilla oxtrurt and then take from The democrats have just swept New the fire and stir until white and ereuin3 Have walnuts prepared make the candy York by a good deal more than double It into small round cakes press walnuts the republican majority in Ohio as would be absurd to class the latter into the sides drop in granulated sugar give New and put aside to cool Ladies Homo republican next year and not York to the democrats Willi the latter Journal in the democratic column it is easy to Senium Compote of Apples leel figure out a majority of the electoral and core whole apples Fill the cavities vote It is evident from the voting with current jelly place the apples in done in Mainland Virginia and oilier a pudding dish adding as much water southern states that they will all be as the dish will hold without touching carried by the democrats next year tho filling Add half a pound of sugar They have lM electoral votes New ami the thin peel of half a lemon Cover Jersey has just indicated that it is tightly and cook slowly till done He more strongly democratic than ever move the apples to a glass dish boil Connecticut is equally safe Indiana down the sirup to a joilj and pour it gave over JO 000 majority for the demo Â¬ over Doinoivsts Maguiuc crats in a vote of much political sig Very nice salads may also be made nificance last 3ear The recent vote of cold veal and lean pork For the at Indianapolis t lie home of the presi dressing beat two eggs add one tea dent was more democratic than usual spoonful of mustard one of salt two of and a sign of the popular drift There sugar one tuhlcspoonful of butter a can be no rational republican hope of small cupful of vinegar Stand this in canning Indiana in the national elecboiling water and stir till it thickens tion Then New York Indiana New If you have half a cupful of cream lersev and Connecticut have 07 sweet or sour add that also With the electoral votes which addedto the 1VJ addition of a little celery lean pork from the south give JJO out of HI or salad is quite as good as chicken or three more than enough to elect Not one of these states can fairly be re veal Housekeeper isDelicious Sponge Cake A delicious garded as doubtful on the present sues Not one of them would have sponge cake is made with twelve eggs been lost to the democrats hail they all a pound of sugar half a pound of Hour voted on the 3d If the captious par-Â¬ aud the juice of a lemon Heat the that Harrison yolks of the eggs with the sugar and tisan insists and make his will be the own state candidate add tho lemon juice Heat the whites doubtful there are seven votes in of the eggs to a stiff froth and add Michigan certain democrats them alternately with sifted flour Heat and Montana has for the and Rhode three the cake thoroughly with a whip Do not attempt to use a patent beater for Island four that are classed as demo cratic These will make either the eggs or the batter of sponge Indiana or two more thanJJ5 without enough to cake but use a sponge cake whip elect Wisconsin will have lJ votes Four the cake into square tins Sift It gave the democrats some 8000 last or dredge a little powdered sugar over 3ear and certainly cannot be claimed it before putting it in the oven Hus as 11 sure republican state On the ton Hudget whole the democrats have reason to Houlettesaux Foie de Veau Mince feel extremely complacent over the two pounds of calves liver as fine as political situation as indicated by the possible aud a few slices of bacon or recent voting The straws pointing in hum stir into it a bunch of sweet herbs their direction are of the sturdy texture linely chopped a little pepper and salt that allow birds of promise to roost up the 3olk of ono or two eggs well on them St Paul Slobe beaten and a cupful of cream Iut THE ONLY ISSUE the whole when well mixed together Into a stewpan set it over the fire until Facts Developed ly tlio Kecent Ktuto it becomes linn and then roll It into Elections balls with your hands which should be The noise of a great conflict dies well covered with Hour Hrush them uwiry and the Hag of a true and un over with the whites of the eggs well daunted democracy lias been carried In New York on issues beaten then roll them in bread crumbs forward until thoy are nearly or quite covered chiefly national the jmrty has united and fry them in boiling butter Drain in the support of an excellent candi Â¬ them in a seive before the fire and date with the result that everything is In Massachusetts uftrr a stub servo them on a folded napkin or if ours preferred with piquant sauce poured born fight a l mocrat is for the second around them when sent to tho table in time chosen governor the victory be ing ilue to the duinaud of the people a hot dish Hoston Herald for freer trade In Iowa a democrat Kitll Iria StylcM elected two 3ears ago ly an accident Most of tho trained toilets for full as it seemed is successful again by an dress the coming season are in princesse increased majority on an increased stylo tho length of tho train moderate vote and probably carries the entire tho usual skirt springs and other sup state ticket with one execution with porters replaced by the tatVeta silk pet- Â¬ him In Ohio Mr Melvinley the very ticoat which shows a graceful Ingeni embodiment of protection the chief ben ous arrangement of plaited flounces at efactor of trusts rings and subsidy the back skillfully grouped aud ad hunters unites all elements of his own justed with a view to supporting the part3 concentrates tho forced and voTho foundation skirt appears luntary contributions of ten thousand train only at the back aud is lined to the manufacturers and In the face of dem depth of three quarters of a yard with ocratic dissensions succeeds in his canvery light weight canvas Then the vass l3 a mujorit3 which is not so plaited train which falls above this is much a victory as a presage of ap HOME HINTS AND HELPS Â¬ alone can democrats every where be brought face to face in solid phalanx with the republican hosts It is 11D time now for now issues or for the discussion of questions involving another educational campaign Louis- Â¬ ville Courier Journal Isbuo A innr ES mKiTjki4ic SORE DISAPPOINTMENT Tantrums Over t tit t loll ItCHUttH Tho President Kloc- - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Perhaps the most disappointed and angiy man in Washington on election day was President Harrison Ho denied himself to callers and was sulky nnd ugly beyond belief to those who had the misfortune to come in contact with him The administration expended all itsiuiluetico and power in Fassotts behalf There wero outspoken complaints made by Ohio and lennsyl vania republicans at tho lukourmness and hick of interest shown by the pres Â¬ ident and his friends relative to tho canvass in these states The only check Mr Harrison gave to aid his part3 was given to help elect Fassett The result in New York said 11 white house cinplo3o has effected the president like u blow with a club Up to ten oclock on election night lie beHe lieved that Fassett would win was jolly almost hilarious till that time Then the tide began to turn His mood changed when the first bad news came llo grew more and more sulk3 as one telegram followed another presaging Fassotts defeat Hut when lie learned that Elmira Fassotts own home had given a majorit3 over that of last 3oar for Flower he struck the table with his fist and said 1 dont believe it Its one of those infernal democratic lies Though he sat up until one oclock tho next morning he became so ilj tem- Â¬ pered that all the people present were afraid to speak to him It is a terrible Chidisappointment to the old man cago I hues NOTES ON THE ELECTIONS Hunting accidents are in season Fassotts gun missed the tiger and Jones is nursing a frightful kick in the neck Philadelphia llecord Now that Mr McKinley is a governor no doubt the wages of all Ohio workiiigmeu will be immediately increased Louisville Courier Journal New Yorks republican child of destiii3 is out of the way but u new luminary lias arisen on the party sk and Harrison is more miserable than ever while Maine well look out for Kansas Cit that predicted letter Times Tho McKinlo3ites are disposed to look upon the republican victory in Ohio as a vindication of the high tariff law and fondly imagine that success was directly due to the efforts of the iniijoi to educate the people lu tho principle of protection Chicago Slobe The one hundred million dollar decline in the value of agricultural in Ohio under the highest propert tariff ever known does not appear to have been mentioned by the republican spell binders in the Melvinley cam Â¬ paign Louisville Courier Journal It has been a great victoiy Its fruits will not bo fully garnered until a 3eur hence the united democracy of the Empire state shall restore a democratic national administration and a democratic congress to Washington whence bribery and coercion extruded them three 3ears ago Albany Argus Ohio simply stands still It was the rest of the states which last 3ear condemned tho Melvinley tariff b3 more than one million three hundred thousand majority That verdict stands unchanged as New York Mas sachusetts ana Iowa show N Y Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i jj y Both tho method nnd remilts when Syrup of Figs is taken it is plensaut and refreshing to tho taste and acta cjontly yet promptly on tho Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleauses M10 sys- Â¬ substitute tem effectually dispels colds head Â¬ aches and fevers nnd cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs ia tho only remedy ot its kind ever pro- Â¬ duced pleasing to tho tasto and ac- Â¬ ceptable to tho stomach prompt in its action and truly benclicial m its eflects prepared only from tho most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all nnd havo rondo it tho most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50o and 1 bottles by nil leading druggists Any reliablo druggist who may not havo it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any Â¬ Â¬ CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO ininottur CAL SAV FRANCISCO yv Af IV Yi9K NY 10S Yamrrnih IMHIot Writ ten lire ytM ii after 1 bad learned to mnko Hues and loultry a buo cok3 A laln practical eyutem catlly learned describes nil or intirimcaouvnnii uuir rcineuioi llutr to mulio llenn luy Egg mc nnu ilium you Chnlcra Incuii nntliari lrii o Mci ono tout a Year lor IDT I experience You can Irani It In ono day With ft la lKFK my CiitaloKuoi ii vnrlotles llliiMtratcdi a a tticcicii or iitcctc misimr hi I 26 g POULTRY YARD I I uu wStoZdr fe3 ONLY TRUE THE Â¬ Will pnrlfV inuiffpsunn matured icci lniralisiiliitPl v eradicated Mind lirlKhtenud lirala power nertasou hone nerves nius- clci rucel 0 now force Buffering trom complaints pe- Â¬ culiar to their sex usIuk It llrnt n safe sncuilv nitre Itoturns roso bloom on checks tioauililus omptoxlon Sold ovexvwhofn All pcnulno moods hear Crescent boud usJ cent stamp for yj pago 1 KIDNKYS rimno Visit disorder diiiki Mrenjnii rcnovr apiiotllo restore health nnd viKoroi yoiuu Dyspepsia DLOOn rrcrntnta II LqU t pamphlet DR Â¬ HARTER MEDICINE CO St Louis Mo g a GO OB NEWS Jfc FOR THE MILLIONS OF CONSUMERS OF 9 V2P uotmcu Tntts Pills It jives I 3r Tittt 1intiro to nn that ho It now putting up u Â¬ World OTINY LIVER PILLfc wlilch MofoxreolliKly8niullsl7o vet jj retaining all tliu vlrtueg of ho purHyr A one Thoy mo KiiarHiitoiMl lart V a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - proaching disaster Let us make 110 mistnUa about the situation tho battle is not won it is only begun Republicans find their lines of communication assuiled and thc3 will not in lbJJ be able to concen Â¬ trate their forces In two states Nevertheless they will contest every inch of ground with stubborn determination and they are well entrenched and well supplied with the sinews of war Democrats have a fighting chance no more in Massachusetts and In Iowa Hud the democratic candidate for gov- Â¬ ernor in Iowa delivered the speeches on silver which united tho party in Massachusetts ho could not have won Hud the democratic candidate for gov- Â¬ ernor in Massachusetts dealt with silver us it was dealt with in Iowa ho would have been defeated In both Massachusetts aud Iowa tho people uro thoroughly aroused on tho question of tariff reform It is un issue which unites the democrats of every section of the union For it the leaders of the pnry have slnco 1870 contended with great courage with grout wisdom and under much dlscourugemeuL At lust viotory is within our reach The whole organization from Massachu setts to Texas is inspired witli en Â¬ thusiasm and supported by the hope of vlttory On this issue an on this adielphiu Â¬ Â¬ Out of live states that elected vcgutahlr Until Me of pills uro stilt issued Ulio exacttheo of - A slzo governors four wore carried by tho w democrats As for the ono state which Q TUTTS TINY MVKIt IHIN Is Hhown In tho border of this ml adhered to the party of high taxation it stands os a shining example of the Q cfllcacy of concentrating in one spot all GRATEFUL COMFORTING the fat fried from the protected manufacturers Chicago Tunes Mr Shermans views on finance and Mr Hlaines views on trade reel BREAKFAST prooit3 saved tho distinguished hide of Hy r thorouuh knoiTlodco of thn natural lawt which Kovorn thu operations of dlironloit und liu the illustrious author of the wool sched Â¬ tritlon nnd by n careful application of tho fln ule and the tin plate schedule to men properties of wullelucted Cocoa Sir Knps hn our brcnkfnu with n delicately tion no other of his works of art Inn provided bevorntto which tablesinvo us many heavy nuy flavoured 1 Is by tho Judicious ot such bills plain tariff contest Melvinloys hide doctors of diet that a constitution mayuso uradual articles bo ly built to ruisi every ten woildhuve been hung on the fence by dency up untilo sironK unouuh subtlo miiladltisara Hundreds of iodlua Low Campbell Chicago News tloiitlni around us ready to ttttnek wherever thers weak fatal haf The fact Ohio lias been carried Is u kreplntpoint Wo may escape many it pure blondt by ourselves well lortlfted with and n properly uourlsbed iranuV Vivii StrvUt for the republican candidate is not half IhttttttS as significant as the means by which it Made simply with bolllnc water or mlllc oM tins was carried Tho mouopolisLs treated onltr in half pound CO by Urororn labelled thus JAMES EPPS HomoBopathlo Chemists the contest as If it were a life and death London England struggle and poured put their money like water in aid of McKinlo3 This Ladiescan mafoTBlG conduct on their part contradicts em phatically the pretense to quiet tho fanners and workingmen that the new tariff has lowered- prices Tho inonop olists have no money to contribute in Profits by securing subscribers oldfor tho upholding a cause or a candidate that est nnd best IndUV Homo nnd Fashion leadlmr In Muirniinc Amorlca A profitable nnd pleasant occupation does that Detroit Free Press thai nnjr lady can eitiraco In nnd maintain her The elections of Tuesday did dhinlT For full particulars send us your nam much to clear up the doubts which ml address on n postal card If you want n full nnd cmuplocopy cents r wo wilt hung over presidential possibilities for outfit or l mouths or send 1 that you may know sen If 5 ct 0J Ouo iiiun nppurenth buried with- Â¬ a d appreciate Its excellencies Alwny nddreii out the hope of resurrection is Presi- Godeys Ladles Book Dox V 1565 Philadelphia dent Harrison llo lost New York l3 JrikHTUUrAltU7iitte tho defeat of the republican purty in that state und ho lost Pennsylvania by the success of tho same party and the docisivo victory of Quuj New York was organized entirely in tho interest of Harrison und solely with reference to his reiiominution und he lost Penn- Â¬ sylvania wus organized under Quay with tho lilnlne banner flouting over tho part3 and Quay won by nn over Â¬ Solvation OU SgfiftiSSft whelming majority against tho most TCBT fearful d Ishe over encountered Phil UflllC mfltcBhorUiamdata1 tUorouahlr taucal Mafals ay Trill Â¬ Qf j EPPSS 1 COCOA Â¬ Â¬ - CASH Â¬ i i iiiioa ssall UMiisrmtlU7sitMrU hum ua wnfmm i t I c tn temples of Dlautt th ruins of safe deposit Criminals from all land riOMBSHOUil I each jonlnbutlng something for tho flod to tho shelter of this temple and v Paul says I have fought with splendor of all its architectural buo the law could not touch them It scorn OAMFTON XT Dr Talmapo Goes to Ephesus by beasts at Ephosu Van expression usual cessors Two hundred and twenty cd almost strango that this mountain of ly taken as figurative but I snpposo it Special Train 8 S COMD9 FKorxiXTAX MunHiisiiiiHini louipio in construc- architectural snow outside did not molt was llterallv true fnrnnnvf ti tion Twlco as long as tho United with tho fires of color within Tho Th patronage of the ksvellsf wbf If ments at that Stadium was to put a dis Â¬ States havo stood was that templo in templo wns surrounded with groves in respectfully solicited Table the fceet mJ Anil Into Ono or tlm Kyi n or Aula L00I19 liked man in the arena with a hungry building It wns nearly twice as largo which roamed for tho temptation of erery attention for the oomfert f gaem Srrmoii liy Itrv T lu Witt lion or tiger or panther and let the as St Paul Cathedral London I TiilniiiKO I Lest it tho hunters stags and hares and wild light go on until either tho man or tho should bo disturbed bv earthn nukes hoars and all styles of game whether FRED KELLAM beast or both wero slain It must havo which havo always been fond WITH of mak winged or four footed There wan a Dr Tnlnintfos sermon Inst Sunday oeen irrcat inn fnt men ing tnoso regions tholr playing ground cavo with statuo to intensely brilliant iiront is Diana of Christianity to hear mill till vllU morrow tho templo was was Acts MX M S TIMMONDS built on a marsh which that it extinguished tho oyes of thoso in the Stadium in Ephesus tho tho Ephoblans sionwas mado firm by layers of charcoal who looked upon it unless at tho We have landed this morning at arv Paul would In tin pivsenco of tho covered by lleeehes of Tho Smyrna a city of Asiatic Turkey One crowded galleries light a hungry Hon camo from tho quarry wool by stone command of tho priests tho hand of near After tho spectator somewhat shaded tho PORTSMOUTH O of tho seven churches of Asia once i lie people were early there to get tho ap8ly it was decreed to build the temple it eyes No wonder that oven Anthony You read in llevolation best seats and a more alert and stood here enthu was thought it would be necessary to Alexander 25 PER WEE SALARY To the church in Smyrna write siastic crowd never assembled They bring tho building stouo from other and words of myaud Darius cried out in the text Great is Diana Wanted Good Agents to srll ott It is u city thnthas often been shaken took their dinners with them And lands but one day a shepherd by tho Nt Ono whole month General link of merchandise by earthquake swept by conflagration was thero ever a moro unequal combat namo of Plxodorus while watching his of tho Epheslans ADOVK SALARY WILL BJt of each year the mouth of May wns de Â¬ PEDDMNO piufjucs and butchered by war and proposed flocks saw two rams fighting and as voted to FOR FU worship Processions In PAID TO LIVE AOENTfl here llishop Polycarp stood in a crowd- Â¬ Paul according to tradition small they missed the Interlocking of their garbs of her purple and violet and scarlet Tiicn ivpniiMATifH AnrmESH ed amphitheater and when lie was crooked backed and weak eyed but tho horns and ono fell his horn knocked a OHIO AGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO asked to ffve up tlie advocacy of tho grandest man in sixty centuries is led splinter from the rock and showed by moved through it and thero wero 178 W Van Huron St Chicago III and anthems and choirs In Christian religion and save himself to the center as the people shout that splinter the lustrous whiteness of torches and timbrels and triangles in white from martyrdom the pro consul say- Â¬ There he comes the preacher who has thrj rock Tho shepherd ran to tho city music Hero sacrifices and dances ENRY MATLOOK and I release thee re nearly ruined our religion Swiav ing I he lion with a piece of that stone which re Â¬ young men and maidens wero betrothed WITH replied Eighty and will make but a brief mouthful of him proach Christ vealed a quarry from which place tho with imposing ceremony Nations six years hayo I served him and lie It is plain that all the sympathies of templo was built and every month in voted largo amounts to meet tho ex GO MCMILLAN HAZEN never did me wrong how then can I uiai crown are with the lion In 0110 all ages since tho mavor of Ephesus pense of tlio worship Fisheries of vast revile my King and Saviour When of the underground rooms I hear tho goes to Mint quarry to olTer sacrifice to resource wero devoted to tho support of WHOLESALE he was brought to the tires into which growl of the wild beasts They havo tho memory of that shepherd who dis- j this resplendence Horace and Virgil he was about to he thrust and the oiil been kept for several days withoutfood covered tho source of splendor and aud Homer went Into rhapsodies while cials were about to fasten him to a or water in order that they may bo wealth for tho cities of Asia Minor in describing this worship All artists Let me remain as am especially ravenous and bloodthirsty removing tho great stones from tho archiuologists all centuries agreed in BOOTS AND Rtake he f aid for lie who giveth me strength to sus- What cbanco is there for Paul Hut quarry to their destined places in the saying Great is Diana of tho Ephe KNOXVILLE TENN tain the lire will enable me also with- you can not tell by a mans sze or looks temple it was necessary In order to sians your hecuring me with nails to re Â¬ how stout a blow he can striUe or how keep tho wheels which wero twelve out Paul in the presence of this templo of main tuiinowd in the lire keen a blade he can thrust feet in diameter from sinking deep into Diana incorporates it in his figures of History says the fires refused to con Witness Heaven aud earth ami hell tho earth under the uuparalled heft speech while speaking of tho spiritual A Tlio above goods are hnndled by J 1 CO Hazel Groon Ky DAY sume him and under the winds the this struirgle of Paul with a w ild beast that a frame of timbers bo arranged templo Now if any man build upon il nines bent outward so that the did lhe coolest man in the Mudium is dvrr which the wheels rolled gold silver precious this foundation not touch his person and there fote he Paul What has he to fear Ho has T put the immense block of marble stones etc and no doubt with refer- Â¬ was slain ly spears and swords One defied all the powers earthly and in- In its place over the doorway of ono of ence to one of tho previous temples cypress bending over his grave is the fernal and if his body tumble under these temples was so vast and dillieult which had been sot on flro by Hero only monument to Bishop Polycarp the foot and tooth of the wild beast an undertaking that tho architect at stratus just for the fun of destroying it Hut we are on the way to the city of his soul will only the sooner find 0110 time gave it up and in his chagrin If any mans work shall Paul says Ephesus about fifty miles from Hut it is his duty as far intended suicide but ono night in his bo burned he shall suffer loss etc Smyrna We are advised not to go to as possible to preserve his life Now sleep he dreampt that tho stone had and all up and down Pauls writings Ephesus the band ts in that region 1 hear the bolt of the wild beasts settled to the right place and tho next you realize that ho had not only seen have had an uely practice of cutting oil door shovo back and the whole au day ho found that tho great block of but had been mightily impressed witli AND the ears of travelers and sending these dience rise to their feet as the fierce marble had by Its own weight settled what ho had seen of tho Templo of specimens of ears down to Smyrna de Â¬ brute spiings for the arena and to to tho right place The temple of D- Diana manding a ransom The bandits sug ward its small occupant I think iana was l5 feet long by il 0 feet wide In this city the mother of Jesus was It said to have been burled lluro dwelt gest to the friends of the persons from that the first plunge that was made All Asia was taxed to pay for it Nos 131 138 RACE STREET whom the ears have been substraeted by the wild beast at the apostle was had 1J7 pillars each sixty feet high Aquilla aud Priscilla of Hible mention to have the rest made on the point of a slurp blade and each the the gift of a king and in- who were professors in an extempor Â¬ that if they would like CINCINNATI 0 of the body they will please send an ap- and the snarling monster with a howl scribed with tho namo of the doner ized theological seminary uiifl they Now you sec the meaning of that taught the eloquent A polios how to bo propriate sum of money If the money of pain and reciting with goro turns passage in Revelation just as a king eloquent for Christ Here John preach is not sent the mutilated prisoners will back THE KRUSE S BAHLMAN Hut now the little missionary has his presenting one of these pillars to tho ed anil from here because of his fidelbe assassinated One traveler was carried oiT to the turn of making attack and with a few Temple of Diana had his own name ity he was exiled to Patmos Hero robbers den and STfiOO was paid for well directed thrusts tho monster lies hiseled on it and tho name of his own Paul warred against tho magical arts Him that for which Ephesus was famous Tho his rescue- - The bandits were caught dead in the dust of the arena and the country so says Christ and beheaded and pictures of these apostle puts his right foot on tho lion overcoineth will I make a pillar in the sorcerers of this city pretended that ghastly heads are on sale in the shops and shakes him and then puts his left temple of my God and I will write up they could cure diseases and perform hD0HPANY of Smyrna for any persons who may de- foot on him and shakes him a scene on it the name of my God and the name almost any miracle by pronouncing Aski Cataskl sire to have something to look at on which Paul afterward uses for an illus- of the city of my God which is New these senseless words 11 15 and 17 Weat Pearl Streel their way to Ephesus There have tration when ho wants to show how ilesusalein and I will write upon him Llx Tetrax Damnameneus Alston How suggestive and Paul having performed a miracle in the Ho my new name been eases w here ten and twenty and Christ will triumph over death CINCINNATI O In addition to these pillars nanus of Jesus thero wasa lving fauulj dollars have must reign until lie hath put all beautiful thirty and forty thousand boon demanded by these brigands We enemies under II is feet yes under His that I climbed over while amid the of seven brothers who imitated the did not feel like putting our friends to feet Paul told tho little truth when ruins of Dianas Temple I saw after Apostle and instead of their usual luThe wholcsnlo trndo of I have fought with beasts at ward eight of those pillars at Constant words of incantation used tho word tuoky li respectfully solicited Eastern Kea such expense and it was suggested he said Â¬ that we had better omit Ephesus Hut Ephesus and as tho plural is used I inople to which city they bad been re- Jesus over a man who was possessed oi that would have been a disappointment think he had more that one such light moved and are now a part of the a devil and tho man possessed flew at TIIE Those eight them In great liierceness and nearly from which we would never recover or several beasts were let loose upon Mosque of St Sophia As we stood that day columns are all green jasper but some tore these frauds to pieces and in eon Wc must see Ephesus associated with him at one time the most wonderful apostolic scenes in the middle of the Stadium and of those which stood in Dianas Temple sequence all up aud down the streets of We hire a special railway train and in looked around at the great structure at Ephesus were fairly drenched with Ephesus thore was indignation excited Costly metals stood against tho magical arts and a great brilliant colors about an hour and 11 half wo arrive at the whole scene came back upon us for in various parts of tho temple bonfire of magical books was kindled Hut wo pass out of the Stadium the city of Ephesus which was called 5G0MPANY The Jreat Metropolis of Asia and we are in haste for other places of in- Â¬ where they could catch the fullest flush in the streets and tho people stirred the 000 worth of black art One of the Eyes of Asia and The terest in Ephesus To add to tho ex of the sun blazo until Sl A llight of stairs was carved out of literature was burned to ashes Empress of Ionia the capital of all citement of the da one of our party was missing No man is safe in that one grape vine Doors of cypress wood Notions Hut all the glory of Ephesus I have Wholesale Dry Goods learning and magnificence Here as said was one of tho seven region alone unless he be armed and which had been kept in glue for 3 ears described has gone now At somo sea churches of Asia and iirst of all we knows how to take sure aim and not and bordered with bronze in bas relief sons of the year awful malarias sweep 101 103 and 105 W Fourth Streot visit the ruins of that church where miss fire Our companion Dr Louis tjwung against pillars of brass and re over the placo and put upon mattress once an Ecumenical council of 2000 Klopsch now the publisher of the inundedwith echo upon echo caught or in graves a large portion of the popIn the approximate marshes CINCINNATI 0 South Side ministers of religion was held Mark Christian Herald had gone out on some up sent on and hurled back through ulation the fulfillment of tho prophecy Of explorations of his own and through tho corridors In that building stood scorpions centipedes and all forms of the seven churches of Asia four were the gate where Paul had walked again an image of Diana tho goddess The reptilian lifo crawl and hiss and sing commended in the Hook of Eevelation and again yet where no man unaccom impression was abroad as the Hible re- while hyenas and jaekalls at night and three were doomed The cities panied should venture now Hut after cords that that image had dropped slink in ami out of tho ruins of buildhaving the four commended churches some time had passed and every min plumb out of Heaven into the temple ings which onco startled tho na su their almost with htill stand the cities having the three ute seemed as long as an hour and we and tho sculptors who really made tions image wero put pernatural Hut hero grandeur doomed churches are wiped out It oc- had time to imagine every thing hor- tho statue or curred just as the Riblo said it would rible in the way of robbery and assas- to death so that they could not tes ts a lesson which never has yet been Do you not seo in that Drive on and 3011 como to tlio sination tho lost traveler appeared to tify to its human manufacture and so drawn out occur was thought theater which was 000 feet from wall receive from our entire party a volley deny its celestial origin It the material temple of Diana an expression of what It wants u God who tho world needs to wall capable of holding flO700 spec- of expostulation for the arousal of so by intelligent people that from which tins idol was formed might can provide food Diana was a huntress tators Here and there the walls arise many anxieties Â¬ In the midst of this city of Ephesus have dropped out of Heaven as an aero- In pictures on many of tho coins unbroken hut for the most part the building is down lust enough of it is once floated an artificial lake brilliant lite havo seen in the Hritish Museum sho hold a stag by tho horn with ono Wo loft to help tho imagination build it up with painted boats and through the and in universities in our own West hand aud a bundle of arrows in tho Nos 71 and 70 Main Street with tho other Oh this is 11 hungry world as it was when those audiences shouted River Csiyster it was connected stone hurled oil from other CINCINNATI 0 and clapped at some great spectacular sea ami ships from all parts of the blocks of TIh so aerolites wero seen to Diana could not give one pound of earth floated in and out carry worlds ono mouthful of food to the meat or Their huzzas must have been enough to known fall and witnesses havo gone to the millions of her worshipers She was a i lg on a commerce which mado Ephe stun the heavens US MEYER lauding placo and scientists have pro As I took my place at tho center of sus tho envy of the world Groat was nounced them to bo the product of oth dead divinity an imaginary god and so WITH gymnasia its hippo Â¬ Us in idolatrous hands the vast majority of this theater unci looked around at its Ephesus Hu out of people never havo enough to cat It is tho material er worlds broken layers of stone gallery upon drome its odeon its athemoum its which the image of Diana was fashion only in the countries where the God of piled forum its nqueducts whose skeletons gallery gallery upon gallery and notion This image of that winter arc still strewn along tho city its tow- ed contradicts that eboiry and punctur Â¬ Heaven and earth is worshiped that tho up into the bleak skies was carved out af 0 JOIIIIRIUS IN 0- day and thought that every hand that ers its castle of Hadrian its monument ed hero and there with openings kept vast majority have enough to eat Lot its quarries which wero Diana havo her arrows and her hounds swung a trowel on these walls and of Adroclus Agricultural Implements full of spikenard so as to hinder the our God has tho sunshine aud tho show Hardwaro temevery foot that trod those stairs and tho granite cradles of cities its to statuo from decaying and make It iro ers and tho harvests and in proportion OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS Minerva every eye that gazed upon that amphi Â¬ ples built to Apollo to Uncchus to matic but this ebony was covered with as He is worshiped does plenty reign MALTA PLOWS FOSTER STOVE CO voice that greeted Neptune to Mercury to theater and every A necklaco of to J up bronze and alabaster COOKS MILLS it EVAPORATOB in that arena had gone Hercules to Ciesar to Fortune tho combatants CHAMPION REAPERS A MOWERS Amrleiui Clrln anil Iorljn Tltlri What history and poe acorns coiled around her There were Olympus out of hearing and sight for ages and iter STODDARD AND ACME HARROWS The impression existing in somo minds havo not pre four lions on cacti arm typical of ages I felt a thrill of interest that al- Â¬ try and chisel and canvas tho call of strength Her head was coronoted that American girls aio willing to ex Â¬ Nos DOORS AND SASH A SPECIALTY up at 110 t 113 Second Streot most prostrated mo amid tho ruins sented has como Around this figure stood statues change their beauty grace aud winsotuo crow- 01 y I RONTON OHIO wo could not forgot that archiuologists powder blast and Standing there which by wonderful invention shed youth for tho prestige oi n foreign title in that building onco assembled a riot- Â¬ bar strange machinery bo tho bearer of that allurement ugly Hut I havo now to unveil tho chief tears The air by ous throng for Pauls condemnation of cities In was damp with descending perfumes as a satyr or old a tho hills is not this chlcfest UfiTDO YOU WANT TO SAVH because what ho preached collided wonder of tho patronago of tho Eng- Â¬ Tho walls multiplied tho scene by con borne out by tho facts To tho credit PROM 25 to CO CENTS ON EVERY national god 1803 under with the idolatry of their Eom tains tossed in lish government Mr Wood tho ex- caved mirrors and fell in showers of of our girls aud to tholr innate good DOLLAR YOU SPEND 7 If no writ dess sheaves of light souse and self respect it may bo yon oun Illustrated Cataloouk Ephesus to feel along Paul tried to got into that theater and plorer began at Praxiteles tho Hculptor said that tho exceptional instance containino illubtrationb and priom great depths for diamonds ground at address the excited multitude but his under tho walls for towers and hero it and Apelles tho painter filled tho placo only proves tho rulo that th of kverytjiino manufactuxkd 1 be torn roads for friends held him back lest he Crtusus tho suitor who would gain ono ol the United States at manufactur Â¬ which Ephesus was moro with their triumphs in pieces by tho mob and tho recorder is that for 10000 illustrations all elso beside tho wealthiest of tho ancients put here our fair republicans must commend ers prices of tho city had to read tho riot act celebrated than temple golden hulfors OlTALOftU temple of tho goddess Diana called tho and thero in thewero so vivid aud life-Â¬ himself to her by something loss moro ALL LINES REPRESENTED among tho people who had shrieked trlcioiiH than tho rank which is but tho MAILED FREE OK APPLICATION world and in 18S0 Tho paintings of tho A pDRKSB for two mortal hours till thoir throats sixth wonder tho ruins of that temple like that Alexander who was moved at guineas stamp May and December black in tho wo stood amid wero soro and they wero nothing of terror shuddered nt ono bat are not fitting mates and vcnorable CHICAGO GENERAL 8UPPLY CO its pillars transfixed by its faco Great is tho Diana of tho Ephc measuringand confounded at what was tlo scene on theso walls and so truo to years nro ill adapted to pleano tho No 178 Wet Van Buren Bt sculpturo sianB CHICAGO ILL Now wo btep into tho Stadium of idolatry in all llfo wns a paintlmr of a horso that whon woman whoso rounded cheek glows templo Enough of its walls aud appointments tho greatestsat on a picco of ono of its Alexanders horuo was led up to It ho with tho roso tints of the spring Lady I Â¬ nro loft to show what ntupondous placo time As What earth began to noigh as ono horso is accus- Mury or Countess Edith will be hap-Â¬ used for foot fallen columns I said or what hurri- Â¬ tomed to greet another Ono painting pier as plain Mrs John Smith consult- Â¬ it must hnvo been when rocked it down races and for fights with wild beats It quakopushed it to tho earth or under in that templo cost 81013750 ing her hearts dictates than as the ens dice tor sale at this ofice La41e cane was a building 80 foot long by 200 feet Tho trensfs of all nations und tho vlfo of a foreign nobleman who might Note Paper only 10 a qalre Call of centuries did tho what strong wind taftf ABaim w Ide ware kept hero for be her grandfather lian Uazsr Paul refers to what transpired mmvm van natawl mmwmvmji stagger and fall There havo boon spoils of klrgdoms Micro in tho way of a spectaclo when tiant SWUT SEEING he says iitviv Wo havo ucen madj spec Â¬ iii 1 Wholesale Grocers I Â¬ Â¬ H Â¬ - Â¬ SHOES Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ disen-thralmen- t- MARKS BROS MARKS Â¬ 11II1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- HARDWARE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ GEO W MAIPIN Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ GROSSMAN CO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SCHLEUTKBR Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Saddlery and Harness Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ G W M KERR -- 0 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 11 Â¬ Â¬ Ilrprt V T 4 V r- - spNme fHMM M 1 r gtyyCTrawffi- - i iXWiWi iiifrWnHit - wnrw jrn mmm Hazel Gbbbn HeraldSPENCER COOPER - - - Editor MORGAN COUNTY - Fiuday HAZEL GREEN - KY Ii 18 189L BRIEF EDITORIALS AND NEWS NOTES Tho men who do the hard earnest and honest work in political campaign do not usually eat the pio their labor has produced Nino times out of ton hoiuo rank outsider who has taken no pint at all neoops the soft place and the man who does the brain work is left out in the cold If there i anything in tho axiom To tho victors belong the spoils then theso rank outsiders should be iclegntcd and tho men who do the work be rewarded notalono with the richest places but in every instanco of minor nminintmciit or election Not even the crumbs should go to those who do not bear their breasts beforo tho battle of tho ballots Â¬ MB - - A letter from an Eastern Kentucky Front IMttUn limy Joe Wilson of this neighborhood is on tho sick list Dr Chancy of this place is in Vir ginia acting salesman for lack Uiaries Mason Jones is completing a new barn Ills neighbors would do well to take pat tern from it J J Catron tho ejg chicken and tur key man passed here yesterday with a load of turkeys Prof llaneys school in this district closed on the 12th inst with a successful exhibition There was over 100 visitors and the best onlei1 prevailed Itov II F IMankenship Squiroof this nreeinet is execiitinir the law reirardlcss of Granger I iianoe Democrat or Kadi Mil Mv oiiinion is that the bovs shouh i take warning U ft Niekell was recently kicked bv a horse at Miles NickolPs and moved I am glad to say he is home Sunday improving under tho treatment of Dr Kash of Hiwel Jreen Since the new road has been made up the Phipps Fork of Grassy W W Phipps has a new sons in his mouth He drones like he had his head in a bee gum KM says No wonder dod duru if he had been cut ofi U0 years from the public highway with his new wauon hed sing Dot Â¬ Â¬ Wmim m- A tl Citizens N A fj 1248 PA1 1 a r viv - WINCHESTER KENTUCKY UP CAPITAL MiKA ai rjio wcm MBm8L SslHfcSL L hot Kivr Li vj t- - t i LnvWts u u uKi jRH 17500000 vivi imi JBSrs 1 1 i uiiri iu iTr rr z ciyr jj v rri wKmm H-- t- ii WASH M1LLEB IKESIDENT S W WILLIS VICF PKFSIDFNT -- i will h C i nxv rTwrr Vu v8wrBGjri ii4 D 41 B3M3jajJfcw BaP3PsybiLH jiMm Mm w h n d Ln w1 - A 1 1 HAMPTON CASH Kit xl Democrat of considerable prominence a few days since contains the following query Were you or not an original Urowii man and did your paper support him for tho nomination In response wo hayo to say Wo were an original Jtrown man and Tin Hoaid was for him teeth and toe nail and from eend to eeud And further we believe Tin IIirAii was the only paper in Eastern Kentucky that did support him for tho nomination It also claims the distinction of being among the first to espouse the causo of Mr Alford for Lieutenant Governor lint-footed too Dec M 1 W POYNTEK SriAH 1000 doz eggs at 10c We ASST CASH I HP Wi want We want want votir country produce your surplus change and wo want to sell you goods cheaper than anybody H F PiritATT Co Judge John F Cooper jn the Circuit Court at Ml Sterling last wok decided that Montgomery County will have to pay tho 100000 subscription voted the K M H K The case was appelcd and Judge Lindsey thinks the Court of Ap peals will confirm the lower court Â¬ mi tMmr- Am Wm iS KtT4Mi4 WRH riJ FkSfJ iLHe rt iL i i iy iSiwil teX7LL l fi c IIwmilo vy Hon- pUkPOT rLW n i i rrpMrAv --- - - -- SJrrify zr - kj i uili mewxM iirjfL j b - iathi JH-U-rWf- i i w 5ESi J attention to nil hisihm mitmxi v cd to it and extends to it WCS2 eust mcrs the most iibonil correct banking business CTvuuxnfcMa - Piv I facilities fordoing banking imsi Pr ami carefn ncconinionntiniiscoiiMNtont witn Contrary to the expectations of well informed politicians Charles Krederick Crisp of Georgia was chosen Speaker of tho House or Kepreseniatives last week The decisive ballot stood Crisp Hi Miils 105 Springer 4 Stephens I Mr Crisp was born in lOngland of Amer ican parents Ho is said to be a tine lawyer and a good parliamentarian and in his speech of acceptance he clearly defined himself as being for tariir reform Â¬ Â¬ smmi THF- - ONLY FOR A DECKER BROTHERS 100 ibw - JUJIMUIIUUI 1 M KrIlil rChltltMt wm KKICiIII Seeietary and lifnsn iht WHENEVER YUr VISIT LEXINGTON JEWELER itflcrs the most vonqilete line of goods for GRAND PIANO AND A CAIIj OX T1TR YEARS SUBSCRIPTION TO THE Lexington Foundry Go Office 99 EAST MAIN STREET Shop K U RAILROAD WEEKLY EN QUIRER A A CEIE MSSSlEikS Icckcr Rr- - rand Tho monument to bo erected bv the Our gnotN are liist dass and our All kinds of IJOFLKR AXD KXIXK RKPAIKIXJ moo t SICIUdTLLY Kentucky Presbyterians to the memory BJ liUNh at tim iowkst iiviNfj ikicks r 1200 of tho Kov David Iiice the pioneer 125111 Olice 01 KAST MAIN STRKKT T y FonndryonlCr RAILROAD preacher will be placed in MeHoniol 2300 t r A llnydock Park Danville It will be of granite 15 best tj Visitors to the city wi e Coil Snringl attention 20000 Hanily Ton feet high and will be unvailed h Feb bcv f iis A IJailway Watch in 14 Karat Ciso No Main St ojtp Court House ruary The monument will stand near 7500 Ahifc Scholarship in Walters tho old Presbyterian Church in which 1lAIMinN wv M Commercial Colloiro tho decpased preached a hundred years And a rood lamh A Six Octavo Champion Organ Hat joil twltlit 20000 must be simple when it is not simple it is Tfci PmBsTiliYIl m tf If jou A Double Harrcl Shot Gun 3000 l MciiL1wi 1 1 1 n i Imtn itlnlnm not iidod Simhlt JUuiutifiil i TJiero were J120 failures in the country mil liilolllfi nl A Silverene Case 7 jewel Watch 1000 words mean much but to see Tho Knriictr tint illoil liipctl A High Ann Improved Sewing during last week as ayainst iiilO the week lachincfifiOO ili a Ii ilar I will iiilftric r tl MI ti in u itmila j mr uu- - n1 mtiia Yit CflvwSCy iKbM lilrK2rW S ilinin hi UIUl A 15 jewel Watch Hoss Case before and i0 for tho corresponding i5lll T auitM aim made in inree pieces onlvilSe7Kwvr mi A Five Octave Iarlor Organ IfMiLi in In Mr 15000 week last year Duns weekly review of it is absolutely safexvn unbreakable Like f Ii n r lilily A Gladiator Watch Dueber Case ill 3000 ui iiitatt trade shows a large volume of husiuc s 01 om 11 is indeed a jC4 wonderful lamp for its mar- - rfLJ3 rulicr in tihii A John C Dueber Watch Cise I 4010 Vlllnile llirllf it- mi vnil ami -- and growing confidence in the future ltl jmult- and tongntcr than gas light AitSSS h lui niiil And 82 other valuable premiums will flrr liiiiiitfiiiii softer than electric light and more cheerful thin except at a few places in the South nil in ik liuliii bo presented to yearly subscribers ot iliiilv j v to where tho low price of cotton is causing Jin Iiu n him n liil In ra meweeuiy luiquirer in April 1W2 depression in commercial circles rtf JmioIoso one dollar for a years subii iliiltt tliria t r ill lif I scription to the Weekly Enquirer and irtni itiil hUi i fitrUh Henry Sober colored has made a conMi CO Ii Iurk IMncc New York ilty tiiiiiiti ii or 1 ii i t v r fcv t jjw s yz Ii Ii imriil ru fession that ho murdered Thornton Nance Ii t mi l ox ill i lliil mm mil some months ago and the ten men in iiiil I ill ni0 iitilliluap what will bo tho number of subscribers ll ln rlir liiilli ntColumbx S 0 charged with Subersj mtmmrmmim uc ii in tho live largest lists received from iwwfMfrf rr iiliotf J ornno win now lie released They were ilillKult Wll 7T Nov 1 01 to March ill 02 iic IT Hint was t t ri much sentenced to hang Oct 21 but execution For fliimn term lnt wintnt- - U 4o u w t lro lul iui was stayed by an appeal to the Supreme wid the winter beforo was 1405 iI MiVuVr liAk vj 2SrL Collltf UMUltt al HHyk ivit vti n v i wiitiuuia HIV Uiurt IU uu jnt siuuHl Mu I I Cask Illelcory Irove Furm Iinmo J ml Jlf HY K hw Hiiriiniiiitiiia to those Willie micwes are corrort or of ay Uaelne cxiy Arturtrylnt 3 pi HtOflt Tlioro is soino talk of Roger Q Mills every known remejly IWlshyH n Iuiko linneli S tf remooil For lull libt Pfl t w ymrH carfIt correct Vfjrrali All la nttr from a a year okt lllly r tho Texas Kepresentative resiunim his Mo rHI i I TTTi7 Ull Hi S k with tlirco uppHciitlotiH or Kmiuirer now the 12 Ii seat in Congress to make the race for V i n a dollar a year paper in the United g0 S yenator from Texas QUBNNS It is honed iitsiimj ii v ivimii v I VI i Mil mil States u i i Illllfn ll Iiiu may oo persuaded not wi v vi umi HlHtliohestpropariitlon I liuvuovcrtiscdorlicard r ENQUIRER COMPANY of 1 heartily recommend It to all Jloraumou to do so as ho is too valuable a man to SHARP TRIMBLE s DENTON CINCINNATI O lose from Congress at the present crisis UWiaio hundreds 1 such testimonials MT STIUMXi ICY Xk PrlroSlAO lcr liottlo AakyourilriiKilitrorll Ifho HGENTS WANTED lion David J tolson ofMiddleshor a w iiwt nvvp iniiii ii3 ic niuiiiiH or Haver for trial titx tr rninririut Ilnvo now n coiupliMo lino of Oond SjilicilfiiN iniiLi C hum at o Wliltulinll N Y y ough was MPRICES LOW Gladiator Watch ami CaseA heinairc 21 lino Field Glass A Holinan Parallel Bible A Venice Parlor Clock A High Grade Safety Ilicycle ah Mgin much and Uoss Case iia r to UK near 7th St kliiv yiil 1 li JueXlIlgtOll KjT ii I ll Â¬ vSeeing is Belevin xn goPJAilllllill -- inffli AtiL - Ss mi I Mkirimr EIv i I Alnl1SW N X-- -l I Â¬ nil VMat L V L iilr I I I I Â¬ 9aMsr j I i I IV GUESS -- Jim I III II O 1 I issiiflwaf I I i I I WM i rr3vCLss xis iii C I I V I Jj IIIIIIIIIIIIBIII The Rochester Juy-hyo-Se- Mm o I 1 rvraru txMrAZWlU t l1 1 irt r lll -- OINTMENT 4 and the rumor is now running the rounds Clothing that ho is sotting tho pins for Congress JUKI liOIliS from tho Eleventh District at Somerset a few days ago There are two contested seats in the U S Senate Messrs Call and Davidson each claim tho right to represent Florida while Duhoisand Claggett will contend i rocOlUlMOluloil for tho Idaho Senatorship Tho Michigan atatodrauge in council nt Lansing last week declared against tho sub treasury Idea of free coinage and political action of any kind lirnis n C r irwifl VJ Wc solicit mi inspection of our goods and gunrnntoo pri ces satisfactory and articles as 1 in Hats I00tS 1 SllOCS 1 1 00 tllllltl frmi - miw ti w rO dav during Winter SenMin nly iIum willing to vol k ladies or gentlemen need annlv n Funimra nnnwauY n MlMV w IIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIMIIIIHtl 0fWfriifJfllv i Â¬ Solonlllio American Agency for WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING DRUGGISTS Tho Largest Drug IIouso in tho Ohio Valley Mtmufuoturora of 228 RITMEDIFS that are Sold bv tho Po en 1U000 bquare Foot of Floor Room 2b Hands Employed o I CATLETTSHIinn irv ra ingui r iiu KY J - lauHIE CAVEAT8 COPYRIQHT3 QC NERVE J KINC I l11 lU iuiHl i r01 lrlHis r o uiunnn iMnnpwnnnn l Sv X nrninw 26 PROFESSORS and INSTRUCTORS Grovcr Cleveland will ho a guest of hoii6r at tho banquet of tho Young Mens Democratic Association at Hiilndolphin on tho 8th of January Engineering 01n8Hloil Normal School Academic Oommoroiftl and Military Courses of Study o COUNTY APPOINTEES Agricultural Scientific Jctttifif rtnr UnnUbook wrlto to Ml NN Ac CO liiiounvtr Niw Yowk iiuioht linnmu forncoiiiln piitontn In Aincrtcn hrorr rntuiit trtkon imtlij ua Is ItmiiKlit Iwruru tliu utllu by a uotlco rIvoii free or cliartiu lu ibo njjrinilton datcutJ oto 6 lit i u riutiM t I iirr n iin i lacl I all dNirilcrs of the Kllm x v4 nn r ui n iiuiiy Ic in i sii liilurmillviiiiil vxUvt iilnieiil in the uoihl2 IlIU L Hi IvMh 5 I k Sn medj ulll e Slilinltrs ol thos In- - lm Unmirttu pniH ij1Vi vu u i -- ih mi in iiitft MOUl AMI LHIVTIIY STOlHW Fall term begins Hfptoiuir itii iwm A Main Streot iro in Jouisvillo last lloHril in ilnrmllorv S2 ir ttwk in privnto week destroyed property to tho value of foOO mid twelve persons were burned to w r death RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION Lnreoat rlrrutatlon of nny srlmitlfle wuria HileiKlMly iiuttratil S HJQ lx innntlm Atliro VuiiMditiHaau Ilnmlwiiy Now r In tho liunllltront YorV MUNN X CO T2r - fhffiici I The iustlv rehhnitol l iii LEXINGTON i i are miiu in huh oujee at lu ci nts ti uuzen and the bist penefl in town at o UUIWZ6M VJs7M7A f i V1 i1 Tjfi rv yrVTuftW wanntn iiiinu nnu jtrrtnaurt I rnBuBunuJukunJJHiRRPINU BIHttia 1 SHORT HAND TYPE WRITING PENMANSHIP 5TRATT0N BUSINESS COtlEQE SOUTH WEST IUUI5VILLE KY UAIALUUUt VXt I rrzrWi KVKIlYriliRIXMl r - IMtlCl si mi mmii on appllfiitloii liv Huf n W - Ut V - in W I rh0U troop 5737S ftr lU tU URVy UUd U4rlUe bkry Rnd On PPrtby tho hope of thU lKnue nn nn tbU I adlidiu fenrf hT1c c iiica nwStewa -- K5 HUM Tnm ivl vwviiail wtlloBhorthndi tborouitilr Udfhl I IITntllMirrBr7ka AMralU UWU i umaiiaiili ill rwaat tttKff m iff itufiwwrwi WOLFE COUNTY rm-n-iie- Our did friend George Rice the well- II F PIJHKAJT T Itits placed InrfjiT circulation Moritan riiminuii Ifniit mill llroiitliitt than nil other paper in the Hgntlons for a very handsome Kelly Kialks wont to Torrent on Inni- Mate ami iiieirliants in Mt Sterlint Win ness French clay pipe ami well this winter Saturday dirtier Lexington LmiNville and Chichi lull niro BWy Ho scut null will liiul it TIIK IIKST MKKIIM through Mis Nannie Center visited datives wliluh t ucurc Mountain Trade l- - J t0 us h DKAIIltrt IX hleplionon another mid friends on Stillwiir AUVKUTISINU ItAITS TltASMIST J Harlan Stamper of Torrentvisited W WTO A WOVOrClin A - nen we nrvji our inniiKS Ul v Advertisement iiimticii tor less uiiiii l l IIH rlitllji TI J1 JJ jm XR Kfs at Hum place fcaturdav and imi in i 7 i iniii r ii it ikim inn onr pruning omeeincsc gentlemen iimlny iisertlou and Ii eeiitMin inch lor each sub prujnisu ui give us some work on it ami MMMient insertion I i Center returned Saturday even for this kindness also we are indeed TltXNHllNT AliVCItriMMt MOT mg from the lilue grass region where he grateful UK IAIO IN ADVANCH hTA niii no a i v iitim m km s had been on business 7 V inch 12 month - Ksl VI rtirtH j inehe lJ Willie son of Judge S M Tutt came1 mls while they are cheap ami now is the time U5k lHl in il inches lnliior Nines Mrs Libhie Uuv your mow i ft- HHf t r HMII l4Vll1tlV 4 Inches is 7 Iliggins Mrs Dr Swango improving Hi where lie had lieen for some tune iinhex Miss Amanda Hingo convalescing John 0 Inches Lt imi II Jones of Hiir Stone Han Vn Davis very sick Mrs Kllen Kash very Lihcral rates on larger advertisements niaile knciu ii on nplienlion who has been visiting relatives in this ami this is our reason We want to buy more goods severe attack of fever Mrs V Mire Local notiees to he inteispercil anions vicinity for several weeks past will re uling matter Itl eein a line with a ill re Iee nskey and wife improving slowly eonlit of per eent where tliey run a moiitli turn home in a few davs AVe are not in business llennv Murnhv fever Miss lou Tvler Dont you see that is business nr more T Htiwinan of Salt Iick is very sick Little lolden Day improy merely for pleasure nor tor health but for the profit and lrof Obituaries trihutes of tespeet ete ie n line Count six words to the line and end imiking up a subscription school atthising Mis Stephen Dttucil acute toiicili- - the way to make it profitable is to sell everybody And the nionev with the inaniiseript We will write piaee Me nas tile appearance ol being ti- to sell everybody is to sell cheaper tliaii anybody And way obituaries mid publish at cents a line Mnrriuirc and death notices not eeeeilhiK an accomplished gentleman t hai is what we are uoing to do t for Cash or Country Pro- Cassell Price Lexington Kv carrv ten lines solicited mid published IltKK The school at this dace which has t10 jlut jM0 0f lrcss goods in that city dm e rllills rou Kiui IAH AltvituiMMi i been mi hucce sftillv tauirlit bv Prof M A lady can take tho morning vaiiii jfitrimv ox iimaxh train nt We have extended the Credit System until we are compelled to closo our Address SIMMTU COOIMlt l Brown principal and Miss Lydia Torrent do her shopping at Lexington Ilnxel i recti Kv books and we respectfully ask those who owe us to come In and pay part 1 Hanks assistant will close tonorrow and return on the evening train The or all of your note or account Trusting you will heed this wo remain Very respectfully e H P PIEHATT CO Several of tie young bloods of this money she will save by buying of Casscll There is absolutely less news around vicinity partook of a little too much juice it Price will pay her fare and she will town than we ever knew of the forbidden fruit and raised sheol have an enjoyable trip beside If you are gray under fifty there is no in general Saturday They will be tied bettor remedy than Halls Hair Kenewer before Judge Spradling today Hy virtue of taxes duo me for the years 1889 1800 and 1801 I or one of my Stickley Vestine Drake who has been Deputies will on MONDAY 1th DAY OF JANUARY 1802 at tho Court Aycrs Sarsiiparilla makes the blood House door in the town of Campton Wolfe County Kentucky expose to public pure rich and vitalizing Sold by all roaming over the Western wilds for IS sale for cash in hand the following tracts of laud and town lots vir mouths for the benefit of his health druggists bowel came home recently restored to good Dr Taulbec was on Monday called to health to the joy of his many friends prevented Ezcl to see Mrs James Combs and daugh G H Stamper closed his school Prof by prompt rIfjlTI IN WHOBKXAMi ter Sialic n ami OF on Holly Creek Friday with the highest of NKAlllMT NKKllinOIt A 8 Everybody in the district is To n M Hose is building a new plank honors to M Icn ein front of his residence property well pleased with the manner in which to Prof Stamper has conducted the school oil Main Street They and he has been asked to teach it next Kd Bowman 1800 01 7rs 80 17 Chenault D W KUCo A Porter Lacy in this kstie offers a year liver He delivered an eloquent speech 127 lltreen Hrewer Dennis G L lino farm for rent and an early applicant on the occasion lfl 49 18DI M iV E Huchanan Same 82 2J F Elv can get a bargain 1880 Kly A W A II Stamper County Attorney pro and greatly 1800 01 Same 17 Tl I2i 2 Philip Little torn responded to a call made by D D 157 Ilas P Husl Those interested in getting a bank es 1801 Elkhorn Coking Coal Co 15 11 I Isaiah Spencer J 1800 Hohhs A F 5 15 tablished here should be sure to attend Laudsaw Justice of the Peace of Still2 Hazel Circcn 1801 13 00 Johnson Taylor water to prosecute some violatcrs of the the meeting on Saturday 1800 01 Johnson A F ad I W Maple iui l m Ledford law Mr Stamper was accompanied by Lowell Mass 13tMj K U Land Co 1800 Ul 55 Nimo t Happy and content is a home with The Ro- A I Hyrd Esq who defended the pariol 2 It A Kash 1880-00-15 71 Kash fJ Me t t V chester a lamp with the light of the morning ties 2 Hazel Green 1800 Klswiek Robert understand that all who had 02 I Camntou For catalogue writ Kcclmltr La ntf Co eu a i their trials were convicted 1801 11 11 Utile J H 120 7 Not located 1801 Long M A lli Dr J II Stamper who has assisted 800 1880 Wm Ledford Maple I W lit 71 Suppression of the menses may be re 2001 I F I lush 1800 01 8 50 A tiirm coiitaitiitif lri AlUKS ii mile Mctiuirc Fletcher lieved by a dose of Ayers Tills which me considerably in getting up the news nil in unihx iwccpt 8 Noble W II Mt Sti rlinj 121 01 200 8ill llrynnt 1800 01 for the ever welcome IIlHAli reports troin produce the desired effect through symiirrrs pxiil Mill imxI iiiiirvoiiHiitx mid In Mnloneves H 1800 10 Jl Ij J I Ll at the tollowing A J Uouibs buoy is very lmkiiI iiciLliliorliooil with an Ixii lltiit or- 172 7Amly Wilson pathetic action 1800 01 7 04 CKCi f t ii sick with gastritis J H Hollons baby rlianl mikI ooiiviiiitiit to piod m ImioIs Ohair M K J00i I F Hush 1800 01 8 5l cliiirclits uihI KisUillicc It is u nice lionic 200 I K tl L Co is suffering from capiliary bronchitis 1800 01 5 m Powell Thomas I will Many of our citizens are anxious to inni must In seen to lie appreciated 100 IS 1 Howe 1801 18 JI2 tliun can lie found in Iattou Virginia know why the new street laid out some T J Swiiume who has been quite ill is Kivc a lietter liaruaiii HO Jl J S Ashley 1800 01 7 5S the State if application is made before I Profit Win M timo ago has not been opened for public convalescing Susan Creech is suffering rent it 1801 loUi oil ll Horn M W 25 82 Puckett ALSO from inflammatory rheumatism We give it up use 00 1 Elizabeth Lawson 1800 01 15 40 A farm of ABOUT IViTi ACUKS near Kzel fiO 2Philin Little 1880 7 11 H L A they and Jacob C Fulks have on Blackwater Morgan county known as Bizemore John When u lady desires a piece of nice 20 1800 2 75 ET Kash Miles Kash liuni about UK acres clear Swango A C accepted positions as salesmen for Smiths the 100 1801 12 28 Ed Lawson dress goods it pays to buy it at a place ed and in cultivation and the lialanee in oample Jj o Nursery Co New Carlisle O and will timber This farm is susceptible of division Spencer J H TiO IMU 3 58 where they handle the best Casscll 170 1800 01 few days Wolfe and 1 will divide it to suit purchaser ami take Swango H II begin work in a 7 45 I i tin II 1 lrice Lexington Ky is that place f Lee counties have been assigned them a few iiiod liorhes in part payment and give Woods A J 7 1801 12 88 Jno Taulheo liberal terms on the balauee 250 1800 01 0 23 Walters McClellan ii o ViiitorH J G THIMBU J G Trimble of Mt Sterling in this As Messrs A they and Fulks arc ener- dlHtf 1880 5 01 Walters U 1 sjmn 7 M C Walters issue of our paper offers two valuable getic young men of extraordinary quali Town farms for sale and as he is anxious to fications we know that success will C C HANKS H W O Attest Hazel On Laey reek two miles south of sell here is a chance to secure bargains perch upon their banner The company Green coutainm Sixty AoreB of Rich did well in securing their services CORN LAND about l0 aeres suitable for Chas K Habicht formerly of this Among the prominent ones registered Two Oath uitli meadow and pasture lands comfortable duelling Iiouhch and outoffice writing us under date of the l2th at the Combs Hoime the past week were building- good well never failing hprlng insU from Crestline 0 sends his best Win M Combs Jackson A Porter and good orchard Call on or add rein Ky A POKTKK LUY Hazel Green If so von can got something better than dollars from us Tho completion of regards to all his friends at this place Lacy W T Caskey Hazel Green E II the K U II It to Jackson has cut us oil from a large wholesale trade heretofore we are compell- Â¬ May W P Sample May town Frank Our space being limited Heres the little Jeweler of Kzel had by us in several counties east and left on our hands an Immense stock of Turned to a Watch the time to tell ed to omit his letter H II Hun Preston Knoxville Tcuii goods which we are compelled to unload and in order to do ho we aro determined He is on bis knees to make prices do the work prices which will make our patrons happy ami tnako W H Curtin S H yan Icxington As the public sees Grand Head the advertisement of competition howl We offer to Country Merchants oxtra inducements and guar Â¬ Iigan Clay City H H Breeding And a prayer is made antee to them lower prices than tliey ever got before Wo aro overstocked and Lex Â¬ Opening at the English Kitchen For the Jewelry trade Boouevillc T Bowman Salt Lick must unload Kcmcmbcr we will duplicate any bill with freights added either Not tluit hes busted ington Ky ami when you g to that W A Byrd Torrent wo aro IHMV ro wiimcsaio or ruuiu casi ui wcsi immiii or soiiin mi urn or uown Or his trade has rusted city be sure and give Mr Luigart a call eeiviug such lines bought for cahii atf bottom bargains as will 1111 ovory depart But as times are tight Dec 14 Siiitm Jack You will not only get the best 2o eent He tlourlit it rij ht ment New fresh seasonable choice and cheap We can astonish you with To sell joitlh louer dinner on earth but you will also receive One Mr Chainey is opening a school Thau ever before tho most courteous treatment Gusis Open Face Stem wind this morning in vocal music here Vinerican Watches one of the best landlords in the State UrgeWeightCloekMflM By the way it has been quite a spell Ileatitifiil Walnut Snriiiir covered with goods As tho prices wo name I saw any one on a at half highlonesome chance Several communications received Tues sace J oop WiTCJfr Inuks Oil iSuperior ipial to get our money out of theprices wo cannot allbrd credit merely give uh a sold for goods Goods will bo 111 oz bottles in this part of the moral vineyard iu oi hewg Machine day are unavoidably crowd m out ths cash only or country produce live stock and school claims taken in exchange T F CAItU Ileffjiect fully cents H G Hose is preparing to erect an ele week We have opened a now department under tho charge of Miss Laura Itawlings Tho fact of the matter is that and Miss Luln Day which is fully stocked with lino Millinery Notions Ladies crowded gant mansion for his future domicile our columns are just now too H Furnishing Goods Wall Paper Carpets and Oil Cloths School Hooka and Sup Â¬ with advertising but well have to grin The building will bean ornament to our plies Pictures and Frames etc etc Miss Ilnwlings is a thoroughly competent Livery Feed and Sale Stable Milliner and Dress Maker and wo ofTer you a City Stock to select finni You can and bear it until after tho holidays town Then we will be able to give our readers get as Hue and stylish Millinery and Dresses hero as anywhere and at the very Our fellow citizen C B Allen is again HAZEL GREEN KY lowest prices Yours etc ii much better paper and now is the in the logging business Ho is a good tlDoublu and Singh time to subscribe citizen ami u clever man and shares the Bigs and Saddle Horsen for hire Parties convey confidence and good will of everybody Dr James C Holian well known in ed to any point on rcaMin- The school at this place closed Friday ablc terms this section has filed suit for damages in HAZEL will also attend to all calls for auc the Powell Common Pleas Court against with a public entertainment consisting irl of singing choice selections of prose and tioneering and solicit huKlui NH of this kind John Hurgess u hotel keeper at Howen itcNiicutfully Ac 11 O SWANGO JOHN M HOSE JOHN II IMKIIATT Station Powell County and Win Boven poetical recitations speeches dialogues faro was Jr a prominent and wealthy farmer of etc At noon the epicurean SON the same place for 10000 damages He delicately spread and a feast of recrea- R S Co Successor- to J A IAII bnrges them with throwing a glass of tion was the pastime of enjoyment DEALERS IN A pHOimuTioNifir Dec H whisky in his eye from which ho lost the IKX INGTON K V 7 K M IX Ktiikkt ight of it Wlinli fliilo Dealers In 1ulics of this section can buy the Dr Taulbee reports tho following sick finest cloaks dress goods blankets com Straight Kentucky Whiskies HAZEL OKEEN KENTUCKY in inco last week Mian Nannie Hale forts holiday goods etc to bo found c Wines Brandies Miles Wilson and diuurhter Mrs James the State by a vMt to tho store of Cassell Carry u complete lino of Dry Goods Xotions Ladies Dress Ux KINHOIl WHISKY A SlKCIALTY Ktichanan and daughter fever Miss A Price Hi and IS W Main Street ioods CjJents1 Clothing Hoots Shoes Huts Patent Medi Â¬ Millie Day rheumatism Mrs Tom Cox inuton Ky Their took is far superior CASH and sell prices CKSAIW AND TOBACCO cines Saddles Harness of Blackwntii- iMut iilimmoml nbscess to anvthinir ever before shown in that Agents for Old Piigh Old Pepper Old lower than ever before seen in Hazel ireen JWAll goods rs Linnie Pieratt rheumatic fever city and the firm assures us that the Tarr and Old Taylor refunded guaranteed as represented or money purchas Mrs J D Murphy The justly celebrated acute gastritis Mrs prices will bo satisfactory to all lottsf Smith Hazel Green Mis Mollio ers They handle first class goods on11 y CHEAPLY and lKOMlTY KXK Dougl ss Send your riWr Master Greenville llutrhes and sell strictly nt ino price w im TTED AT THIS OFFICE I I t and the best pencil iu town at 5c apiece wtarrlml ft ver Be sure and give them a trial IIazel Geeen in IIerald Wolfe kmw contractor and builder ur l J EIIATT sinlv i rc i ruVm le tWw H F jti PIERATT CO ii tf AairrJrJ dU LIVE STOCK WMTO TITO ffgt jr wwfiJAhiHwftrJ J COUNTRY PRODUCE i 1 I I - lt fli Good People Play Progression J 1 Â¬ -- SHERIFFS SALE for TAXES be CONSTIPATION and other the complaints cured and use Â¬ Ayers Cathartic Pills regulate the cleanse the stomach 5 1 Â¬ Â¬ digestion Dr J C Ayer assist Co 1 Â¬ Â¬ 01 I 1 2 FARMS FOR SALE 1 51 a Â¬ r m 1 I I i-- Â¬ Â¬ FARM FOR RENT It tttt Do You Need Money M J PIERATT f W rJJh Â¬ cjT Â¬ GREEN KENTUCKY Â¬ 8TRADKR - Hose Swango FOlt at 1 Â¬ Air iAAJJ MEE0S audi SL c - a Srt7oiTii jnR PRIMTIMrjt 11 V f f Wtlon I tO IWuO tlA - llnnlu vw fcM 1 n M lUkt Ullll f wmw I I Er r t- - tiff i All tmnloiniiilU hIiouIJ 1j HiU l4iimrl kept I ilVu II HU 01 MlMW IMI VII HAMM WIIM 1 IIUU rcr Ni MtM nttlft f HtrM UXK hStUXl Mwt iM MMii Ul m m j Um jirliriijrftMft rttAMW tm IfewUnjr Hazel Greeu nAZEL GREEN IN t Herald t ICY SPENCER COOPER Publliher AFTER YEARS When I was but a callow youth And Illnijtown sec mod tho world to mo I thounht Miss Dolllo Ilcuncssy A paragon of ylrK in truth Abolnjf who could tulco tho prlzo Among tho hosts of Pnrndiso And whon sho purncd my prorfcrcl hand And tcok Jim Hoblnson Instead I vowed tunl noor In nil tho lnnd Coutu hopo for mo Its radlanco Bhcd Dut whon soma years had paRtcd and I Meanwhile u wntuloror returned To Ulngtown nnd in passing by A cottugo muldonly discerned A frccldod slattern crossly stout From a dull porch rush wildly out Snatch up mi urchin by tho card And toss him through tho open door Chaso from tho lot a yoUo of steers Jump iv rail foncu nnd hurl a scoro Of cobbles nt a passing tramp Kick a Newfoundland don and stamp Two snakes to hits then to tho cot Swoop back and yell in accents hot You Jim I Como hero you lazy lout And sweep this measly kitchen out I Whon this I saw and heard thon learned As from my ramblo I returned Tlio damo was Mm Hoblnson This comment thro my mind did run Tho Huddcst words of toiitfuo or pen Aro surely not it might havo boon Doston Courier ferfewi V jtopy qF yti Pf ItefPlWFGRT Cofrpt Ho IS3I jfy CANMIojNCo V COSTINUBD CHAPTrU jMury doeid d to say nor do to antagonize Uor daughters after considering tho matter well Kh reriiembered only too viv- Â¬ idly what fe result of Mich action had been in her own vuse and she knew that young1 lovers covld not be driven She realized that harsh measures would only bring the lovers closer together and result in the very thing she was anxious to avert a premature mar- Â¬ riage So at last taking Louises hand in her own she said Do as I havo told you Louise treat Paul as kindly as you can and rotnein ler him as your best friend but do not make him any promises lie knows you are too young to think of marriage ami lie will not think it hard to leave you free for a year or two longer You are free to keep company with him and to love him and when you aro a year older if you want to promise to bo his wife you can do so with my consent I think I have offered fair terms Louise and I hopo you will consider them such I do mamma I do and I am willing to do as you say and I know Paul will be too I will never havo any secrets from you and never go contrary to ments nothing senti your wishes Paul and I will wait and neither of us will think it hard since you wish it but nothing mother can part us Nothing nothing Alas that Louisas fond hopo was doomed to bo blasted and that one un Â¬ dreamed of should come between her and Paul como in n way too to bring her tho trying ordeal of her life CHAPTEU VI rf ani iouisn accepted Pauls books now nnd with her mothers aid sho stnulied them well and faithfully Sho hud at Â¬ tended school suilleicntly back east to lay tho foundation for a fair education 4ind being bright minded and quick to learn sho made excellent progress with Ihor studies and bid fair to gain a good education even under such unfavorable circumstances Mary was a good scholar and well adapted to tho duties of teaching and sho never tired of aiding Louise Then Paul enmo over quite frequently of evenings and ho was not by any means avorso to giving such assistance as lay in his power In fact ho was so anxious Louise r AUii rilKV IlKAD trills FKOM Till SAJIK BOOK to toaoh Lou Inc nnd pursued tho taslc with such diiigonco and earnestness that it was apparent that ho do rived fully as much plcasuro if not profit from it as Loulso did Paul was a most exemplary teacher and nothing was too difficult or too hard for Ills offorts so long as it was for Louisoa good IIo uoTcr wearied of explaining lry tough orlthruoUcal problems or of conjugating juicolci verbs Hut it must bo remembered that Pauls pupil was n select ouo ami it is moro than urohnhJo thai Umost any young man equally well or nt leant labored with fully as much zeal Louise not only progressed lu her Btudlcs but nho spent como very hnppy evenings nnd the remaining months of winter passed off much moro pleasantly than elio had anticipated John and Mary always welcomed Paul to their house and as they came to be better ac Â¬ quainted with him thoy grow to lilting him more and more IIo waa of a happy disposition and ho had u way of mak Â¬ ing people forget their sorrows and troubles and often ho chirked John up out of a lit of downhonrtedncss and brought a smile to his lips and a twinkle of pleasure to bin eyes Paul made it n point to take the chorfulost view of tho future and sometimes ho went off into the wildest flights of fancy in speaking of what ho contemplated ac Â¬ complishing for himself His dreams were extravagant but dreaming them was better than repining Paul had studies of his own Ho was reading medical works and waa going 10 dc a doctor lie Had taken one course at a medical college and hoped to return mo next lau to tnico another if he was fortunate enough to raise a crop on his claim and get money to pay his way II is solo possession was the claim and ho could mortgage that as Green liad his on longtime and easy terms but he hoped to have a homo ere long for himself and Louise so ho hesitated to raise money in that way Old Markham had money but ho was opposed to Pauls plans and ho refused to let him have a dollar on any kind of terms Its all blamed foolishness Mark ham said this idea of studying to bo a doctor never got no fool notion that I was too good to work for a honest livin an by jinks I aint goin to furnish no money to help on anybody that has got sich a notion Paul kin study medicine if ho wants to but he kin do it at his own expense 1 aint in on ninkiu gentlemen out o fellers that ml better be at work tillin the soil Not a bit aint on by jinks I wont do it nuther my wife Hut Pauls design was not to bo 1 do love you Paul Louise said thwarted by that sort of talk and he with all tho fervor of my nature and I resolved to work his own way IIo will never love you less You arc so planned to raise i crop and get tho good and noble Hut Paul you means to continue his study that way What is it Louise Paul asked if possible and if the crop failed again I I dont know Louise replied he would mortgage his land I suppose 1 am foolish Paul but I So the winter passed and the spring cant help it I am so common and in- Â¬ came and a soft warm haze lay significant and you will bo thrown over all the endless stretch of prairie among so many women who are beauti- Â¬ Again the poor settlers brought out ful and accomplished their plows and set to work to break For a moment Paul was unablo to the soil and plant the crops full of hope understand tho girls words but after a aud confidence With the return of the time a light began to break on his bright spring sunshine came back the mind and with a light cheerful laugh grand expectations that ever buoy up he drew her closer to him and said tho hearts of honest struggling mor- Â¬ And so you think i will be so tals and the faces of tho pioneers shed blinded and dazzled by the beauty and the cloud of fear and doubt that had accomplishments of other women that I hung over them like a dark mantle shall forget my little girl away off out John Green was among the more In- Â¬ here on tho plains Is that the bril- Â¬ dustrious and persevering of all tho liant idea that has edged its way into farmers in his section IIo began work your mind early and every day he was in his field Louise walked on some distance be- Â¬ plowing and planting He had a double fore sho replied half vexed at herself incentive to work for his family must for uttering words that showed she live and that debt on the farm must bo doubted Pauls constancy and half glad paid Ho went at it cheerfully and as that she had uttered them as it gave him ho trudged to and fro across the field in an opportunity of reasserting his love tho long furrows singing blithely no for her Louise was an uncommonly one would have guessed what pangs of sensible person but the most sensible trouble had racked his soul all through girls love to play the coquette just a tho long tedious winter Finally after tho lapse of a lie was not little of a brooding disposition and even un Â¬ minute or so sho looked up into Pauls der tho most trying circumstances he face and said could feel cheerful so long as there was Why shouldnt you Paul ever so dim a ray of light before him Why shouldn t forgot you Yes IIo had work to do now and there was a prospect of good results so he felt Then I will ask why should I Hecause Puul I am so insignificant confident once more and in tho thought of tho bright future which his fancy and small and you can win the love of painted he lost sight of tho hardships of whom you please I know there must be grand ladies out in the world and as tho present It is a long lane Mary ho some- Â¬ compared with them 1 am so common times said that has no turn nnd I be You cannot help but sec tho difference licvo in our caso tho turn is near at and know how much more worthy of hand We have had a long siege of mis- - your love thoy aro than I At this point- Paul placed his hand fortunes but I think wo havo about reached tho end of tho list Tho pros- - over her mouth and stopped her speech pects aro flattering for an abundant There you have gone far enough crop and with tlw amount of stuff I he said and 1 will natvhear another havo in cultivation we only want a fair word I havo done nothing to descrvo yield to enable us to pay off the mort- - so poor an opinion from you and you gago and have plenty loft to tide us have no right to talk so I would never over tho year Well como out all right havo such an opinion of you Louise yet and within a short time bo com- - never fortnbly fixed with a good homo and Paul spoke like ono very deeply hurt plenty of everything to live on Why and in an instant Louise was all con- Â¬ whats a little hard times anvhow It trition She saw that sho had wounded dont amount to anything and is soon Paul and sho would not hurt him for over nnd it drnt hurt us any but only the world She was anxious to make makes us appreciate our good fortunes amends but she was at a loss how nil tho moro when they do come In to proceed and again they walked sido of two years wo can look back on on in silence Sho thought of various tho past few months and laugh over things to say but nono of them wcro our privations and wonder what it was suited to tho occasion and so at last wo fretted about Well como out all when the long silence was becoming right oppressive ami sho felt that something And John went off to his work sing- Â¬ must bo said she decided to como out ing as happy as a Icing and Mary boldly and bog his forgivenness Lay- Â¬ looked after him smilingly equally as ing her hand on his arm sho looked confident us ho j wistfully into his face and with lips Paul too applied himself to his work all a tromblo said Paul I am a silly thing and you and as ho plodded after tho plow ho dreamed of tho future of tho time whon must not mind what I say I do not ho should bo a doctor and havo a cozy mean to doubt you dear good Paul and little homo with Louise for its mistress I want you to forgive me will you Ambition or love ought cither to bo suf Â¬ Paul and forget what I was foolish ficient to urge a man on to his best eu enough to say dcuvors but whon thoy combine as It would have required an iron will to they did in Pauls case thero is no toll- Â¬ withstand that tender little appeal ing what strength thoy will put into a spoken in such a soft tone nnd thoso mans arm nor what determination into mild brown eyes looking so sorrowfully his heart up from beneath their loug dark lashes Thus it was that among all tho set- Â¬ It was not In tho nature of things for tlers on that great lovel plain there Paul to hold out against it for an in- Â¬ wcro nono that devoted themselves stant and lilco a flash tho cloud wont moro sedulously to work than John and from his faco and it shone out ngain all Paul and as tho season advanced and light andsmiles There there Louise ho said it is tho spring months gavo place to thoso of summer thero were no fields in all right I was suro you couldnt havo all tho bcttlement that looked more so poor ux opinion of me nnd Im sorry j ns lie did would have done 1 I 1 flourishing or promising than their i And each of those men Bnnrulno art turcd as thoy wore counted tho victory won and each in his wav mntlo his plans for the future and constructed in- Â¬ numerable castles in tho air Every Sunday now Puul came to John Greonn house for it was distinct- Â¬ ly understood all around that Paul and lionise woro to marry by and by though not a word relative to tho mat- Â¬ ter had passed between their parents Often tho young people read from tho flame book as thoy sat on a bench out Â¬ side tho house and on such occasion they seemed to havo a vast amount of difllculty in making out tho words for they brought their eyes eloso down to tho page their faces almost touching aud the words they sometimes pro Â¬ nounced wore not printed on tho page Uut every person who has tit all courted knows how that is One day Paul and Louise went for a stroll on tho prairie It wan a clear calm Sabbath such as summer Sab baths usually aro and a misty haze danced about near tho green earth They walked on and on mile after mile and at last coming to tho road that ran over toward Paradise Park they turned into that and went on to the east About tho 1st of September Paul I shall bo ready to go was saying back to school There will be a year of separation and it will seem long but whon it is passed I will como back and build iw a home and then wo will marry ami settle down in it to live jus happy as can be Louise gave a little start and after casting a hurried glance at Paul looked down and blushed Paul noticed her manner and thinking it duo to ombar rassincnt went on I havo not forgotten Louise what you told me your mother said and I do not ask you to promise mo anything not until the year is out I am quite satisfied without it for I know that you love me and it requires no words to re veal your heart to me and no promise to make me understand that you will be i Â¬ dolliiri scholarships for young women ut the state university Mr David Toll Secor of HriuVc port Conn has purchased for tho Lc CHAPTEK VII land Stanford Jr university Cal OUT IN A BTDltM tho largo and celebrated herbarium o Tho lovers had gone quite a distance the late distinguished botanist from homo walking on in that unmind- Â¬ William Henry Harvey of Trinity Prof coful way so wrapped up in thoughts of llege Dublin Â¬ moro important things that they entireTho perambulating chapel which ly forgot about timo aud distance conscious Â¬ tho Haptists have had built is a great Lovers never did havo any ness of timo and it always seems that success It is attended not only by tho whon a couple become deeply en- Â¬ dwellers of tho prairie towns in tho grossed in each others society aud grow northwest but by tho train hands nnd oblivious to time tho llttlo sprite passengers upon trains to which it is plays them a trick and goes skimming attached Charles 3 Capon now mastorof tho along running hours into minutes and Such was tho Hoston Latin school and for forty yenrs minutes into seconds way ho treated Paul and Louise that a teacher there says that iu the diiys day and whon eventually thoy did como when Phillips H rooks and Edward back to their surroundings they found Everett Halo woro pupils thero boys that it was almost night with the sun had to commit to memory tho catiro hanging like a great red ball low down Greek and Latin grammars years ago tho study of in tho sky but a few feet from tho perspective was thought by tho largo earth seemingly Louise was greatly surprised and majority to bo entirely beyond tho shocked when she saw how late it had strength of the feminine mind To grown and expressed a wish to return day perspective is taught- to children in homo with all possible speed the public schools without stopping to Ah Paul said she how could you discuss the difference in mind Tho receipts of tho American board for September were ii89j against - Vul for September 18P0 again of lo7Vi This was due however to the legacies which woro -- c J0l10 instead of Wl20i for lust year The donations showed a fulling Â¬ Â¬ - Well forgot it all and never think of it again And Paul but to kiss tho rosy lips vliicli Louise turned up to him and tho llttlo misunderstanding was at an end Yes so fur as Paul was concerned it was but n llttlo shade of doubt re- Â¬ mained in Louises heart and rankled for a long timo after Unit I said anything to hnrt you SCHOOL AND CHURCH v cHmttlrttrm llltnlrv uwinvu 41m lmnl i uuiiuvUICIlgQ or raciuc coast millionaires 11 Phooho - Hearst widow TI Itftu f Iw1stttrw1 lllf of Sonatn 41iw 1 fi J 1 off of jlliiifiS jM imC mm W KAK 1KOJI 1I0MK treat me so before this Why didnt you turn back 1 - Why didnt you call my attention to tho fact that it was getting so late Paul said in reply I I didnt know it I wasnt noticing Neither did I know it Hut it dont matter Louise for the moon will shine out bright to night and we aro in no danger of getting lost Aro you sure of that Paul Sure of which Louise Why that tho moon will shine out Why I think it does It ought to anyhow and 1 reckon it will Louise had some doubts on the point and misgivings took possession of her What if it became quite dark and they so far from home with no road the greater part of tho way to guide them back Sho began to worry and fret and Paul began to console and comfort Thus they went along for a mile or so and Louise began to feel more cheerful Hut directly she espied a dark cloud stealing up in tho south Only the edge of it was visible as yet but it was steadily approaching and bade fair to mantle the heavens within an hour Paul sho said what shall wo do There will be no moon and tho night will 10 cloudy Ah we shall get lost and not got homo till morning What will pa and mamma think Dont Louise Ho Paul replied calm and dont fret Im sorry that wo came so far but we shall get back all right Aro you tired No not a bit Then lots walk fast while it is light and got as far towards home as possible Thero will bo a light in the window at j our house and if wo get near enough to sco that wo will have no trouble in finding tho way even if it is dark to nn coxtixuki Â¬ Â¬ The population of the Fiji islands Of these 10577 is estimated at attend the services of the WesleyaL- cuurcucs aim nooui iuuuu areiatho lies There are 40000 children in the schools under the care of 101K teachers and there are 10 European mission aries 7i native ministers 41 eatechiibts 1818 local preachers Iu KM 2 Harvard graduated a class of nine members A hundred years later the graduating class numbered twenty four A century later yet the number had doubled again and in 1S00 Harvard graduated her first class of 100 members Twenty years Inter the classes had more than doubled again and now the entering elass of this year more than quadruples that number Mrs Lelia Hobinson Sawtello ut thor of Law Made Easy and Law of Husband and Wife provided by her will that in caso her husband should not survive her and she left no kin within the statutes of distribution of Massachusetts her entire property should go to establish free scholarships for women at the Hoston University law school The German emperor in his capacity as Summus Episeopus of tho Evangelical church of Prussia has sent each of the provincial superintendents of the Protestant church of the state of which there are twelve a golden cross with the orders that theso shall be worn attached to a black rib-bon as an insiirnia of their office on nftt-- I official occasions especially when thorffrj appear at court or conduct services m tho presence of the emperor or mem bers of the royal house The 1st of October brought with it a most radical innovation in tho educational policy of France namely tho complete secularization of tho boys schools The law of 1855 decrees that within five years from October 1886 this must be accomplished Steady efforts have been made in this direction all along and in 1800 of J000 teachers in these schools only l2it were of tho clerical orders Tho law of 1880 deÂ¬ crees that a similar change must bo made in tho girls schools as a sufficient number of secular lady teachers can bo secured to take the place of tho sisters As yet of the 44000 lady teachers in France 11000 are sisters lj00 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THEY A GOT SEATS Miithnd American aiunoy Spunt Abroad The Philadelphia Record estimates that at least 00000 Americans annually go to Europe to make the grand tout This army of pleasure seekers pay S12 000000 to tho steamship companies and 10000000 iu hotel bills pivsonts and lips tho expenses of tho trav eler averaging S3 per day for forty days Four million dollars may bo safely charged to presents It will thus bo seen that the total amount ex Â¬ pended abroad by American tourists is not 100000000 as has been wildly as- Â¬ serted but less than S10000000 Ilttlu Knvdru Itut ii Vory Successful oinar They stood on the corner and watched several street cars go by each one filled to its utmost capacity Then thero was an altercation No ono seemed to know just whnt tho trouble was but as a well filled car ap prouched they were disputing and gesticulating in a most excited manner Of course some one on tho car saw them and exclaimed Â¬ - Imuerei n at tho disputants and various comments from varidus people Hoth drunk said one There was a scramble to get a ngni surer it i Ji ft a look In A merlon Ill bet the little man can do him is stated on good authority that said another North America has about lli species of Say Hut itll bo a beauty added forest trees The distribution is as fol- Â¬ a third lows Atlantic region rO Pacific Tho car was just passing ns thoy region 101 common to both 10 Rocky grappled and went down together nnd Mountain region hi Florida tropical half u minute thero were only two specie 7 Europo has only lfl8 species men left on later platform and tho At letst six of tho North American twelve seats inside rear vacant wero species aro also indigenous in Europe tho spot Then as Tho extremely rapid destruction of two men the crowd reached and oufl got on their feet American forests is not only an alarm- Â¬ cried ing waste of resources but bus result Run for it ed in great loss from Mio appalling And the other replied floods that aro clearly traced to reIt never fails moval of the trees from tho hillsides Fifteen or twenty men trailed after tho fleeing fighters And thoy wcro Ovn of the objections to railroads in sore Nor were tempers improved tho minds oi the natives of Iswlla is that as thoy saw tho their young mon in the two If a Hrahmln gets into tho sumo car ac- Â¬ and hoard ono of cidentally with a Pariah ho must violate best seats in tho car them say tho roligious rule wnich bids him keep Its a trifle tough but It pays nlnctv six steps away from tho latter Chlcago Tribuno It Iori Ht Trees 1 Â¬ ii Â¬ v J vri I troops rm Mtorv v On u uy mu now or n i hla bunn 11 i b liB - - i - m iiairiuiii MHIIllllli fHIII in i IIIIVB ucounicreU Phil- - 8BiSKtt r w7 yyiy wt a AGRICULTURAL HINTS SQUASH STORE HOUSE IJah SAVING THE SOIL IUBulur Hyn of II lSIMMIIIIi 1 I KuooiMfHl nrii iij tho Most Iroirttrti I I patch would be a very and brinjr in more noney than almost any other vegetaThe best prices of ble or even fruit are always obtained for course durinj winter squashes marketed Consequently the question of safe wincntly do iinny profitable crop Â¬ Vith the price good squashes usually brlojr l our city ttml village tuarltets I should tliinlc an acre of sqtmsliis ly Jnf as thiclcly toffother as they uppur Â¬ for lony keeping as do They should not be handled roughly and must be carefully The kept from even a touch of frost storage room should be dty and rather from 50 to degrees warm say same conditions givect potatoes In a gen tering is uu important one eral way squashes require about the Â¬ Fahrenheit Mr Henry 1riee of Ohio gives me a description of his warm house used for the storage of sweet potatoes and squashes as follows The dimensions areSJ feet by CO feet Firt lloor 12 4n n M w - TTh z all that is neeesary to binld up a run Statesman RltAD cnrofnilr thn nrtvartlsnmnnt nt ihm uown son n will oe ot material aid so c much so that the majority of farmers Iron Alouutulu Routo In thla papor CROSS SECTION OF SQUASH STOHAOl cannot afford to overlook and if aided If you novo ever bcch a company of ma IIOLSi by growing and plowing under green Hues on tho retreat you Have bean a navai Lawrhnck Kans Atiff 9 1888 AAA walks H 1J di tul air space C C hot crops and of using commercial fertil- Â¬ bquad run water pipes izers when it can be done to an advan George Patterson fell from a second story tage it will be found possible not only OrTRN hard to suit trurnpB Drakok window striking a fence I found him using feet high the upper room 4 feet at the to keen no the fertilitv but in a iiminri- - Muguzlno wall OIX Theframe of the building rests ty of eases to increase Prairie Too many eve openers put it man asleep on a stone wall Tcxus Si f tings It has double walls Farmer his bruises I saw lie tired it frcelv all over lined with building paper so as to givw- him next morninc at work All the blue spots CLOVER DODDER FvEnTTtt i no pets roundln a sowing clrclo a dead air space all around Doors rapidly disappeared leaving neither pain Elmlra Gazette I have a A PaniHltle Plant Imported from ICuropn and windows arc all double scar nor swelling C K NEUMANN M D In Clover Send door in front and back three windows Im bo round again na tho moon said ALL RIGHT 8T JACOBS OIL DID IT on each side and in the wall 1 have Clover dodder the subject of our il- Â¬ In Its tirst quarter S ineh tile for lower lustration distributed eight has been quite troublesome A BOOK on etlquotto mlcht lustly bo ventilation There are three hatch in some parts of the Mississippi valley termed n work on laughty cultura Texas holes in lloor above for heat to rise to notaiily in Missouri It is a parasitic Slf tings the top and one window in each ga- Â¬ plant introduced with clover seed from Talk Is cheap but good parrots coma ble There aro also three galvanized Europe Dodder seed closely resem AN INVALUABLE FAMILY HEMEDY FOR jjiyutilators and a brick chimney going bles the seed of clover but is smaller high Uurns Wounds an rains Hhoumntism Skin Disoanon Hemorrhoids Sun Burnt 1 hese and the tilts in stout at the roof A wntT of atttchment tho lovo letter The seeds germinate in the ground Chilblains Etc TukonIntornaUv Will euro croup Coughs Colds Soro Throat Eta Vail can be btopped up with rags in sending up slender leafless stems which Washington Star I will guarantee cold weather this twine about tho clover and obtain nour to havo mucb PURE VASELINE 2 oz bottle 10 els doesnt Thr lOcts VASELINE SOAP Unscontcd house to be frost proof but for safety ishment from it through discs which de Â¬ troublo henpicking up Bcem a living In VASELINE SOAP Porfumod 25 POMADE VASELINE 2 oz bottle 15 I put in nn ordinary coal stove with a velop on them After the development WHITE VASELINE 2 oz bottlo 25 I drum on second floor The first floor of the discs the lower part of the stem It novor docs any good to air opinions VASELINE COLD CREAM 15 CAMPHORATED VASELINE 2 oz bottlo 25 that need fumigation Elmlra Uazotto is a ground lloor The upper floor will dies and connection with the ground is VASELINE CAMPHOR ICE 10 CARQOLATED VASELINE 2 oz bottlo 25 be used for squash storage lo t The yellow thread like stems Sixer onttlo eat hay It may ho sold that FOIL NALE rVKltrWUKltU AT A HO VIC IMCItiKfl continue to develop and grow until thoir dinners nro sorved n ln mowed For squash storage on a large scale only tho trouulnu nut up niul lnbolocl brim If you wlnh to r nlvq vnlusfntf Ilocriroful your money tomcoiit Ifnnyaoalor offers you un fiultauonoraubitltuto iloulluulu 10 NOT 1115 OIIKATED I would suggest a building as shown in the clover is covered by tlietn Und dies A two toot rule dont wonr tight shoes CHESEBROUGH MANUFACTURING COMPANY the illustration and now in actual use from the loss of sap taken by the dod by Illinois growers The walls are der The only remedies known aro to It Is tho nnmo of tho printer that generIRON MOUHTAiH ROUTE double containing one or perhaps two obtain pure seed or remove the dodally foots the bills dead air spaces The roof should also der seed by screening which may ho THE WORLDS SANITARIUM bo double and tight The house inside readily done because of its smaller size And riuimura llinirt rcnclird only ln tlilt A oNB ir0iii man always has a lamo lllic Mrcant lIMcM Mitbllniu hcuntj Dellulitftil Cll is kept at tho right temperature by hot or if the meadow is but slightly in excuse for his shortcomings Ilillmnn llnffttSlif plimCur mate llcnllnu lolHprln Uuituceil ltiniiiil TiId Avlltiout chimcii frmii bl L011I11 water pipes near the lloor next to the Itnlri nil yrnr roiliut from nil coupon point In tliu U H Tnr billposter knows his plnco andthcra sidcs of the building Furnace room nnd Ciumtlii BiTiirilicriitlvunnii IHimtrnUKl tmtniililt ho Btlcks 1rovldeuco Telegram UVMiKNli Uviiviu unto Cor piui n iiiM or II and hot water boiler is outside in a sep ln ii r A i h T Lot 18 Jlo arate room The entire interior con- Â¬ TnE cocoanut is one of tho Inrgost nuts OWING TO INCREASED PATRONAGH but wo have seen a nutmeg grater sists of movable shelves and far Till Iullrire li rrmovfd to tlin Urcriit bullilltm in tti enough apart to allow squashes to be city miltuliln tor ituciittonnl purpoirn occnoylnr the Tnn cigar Is the only nrtlclo of com cntlrti bullilltiR nbove tlin crouml lloor uiiift lurini stored two deep Space is left for a merco not bcnofltod by a puff Pittsburgh nml c iPMifxt In tli world MiiiiI for IHiKtrnlrit oatnloifii Dispatch walk all around the shelves The house W tuurtli Mtrvrt Clnulunatl Ko lost 101 and may be of any dimensions desired of tho young Sthkck down In his primo one two or three floors As from two fffiri mnn with his lb si mustacho Washington Elys Cream Balm to four cents a pound is only an ordi Â¬ Star Is ilia bct rumoily or children ILLINOIS gCENTRAl nary winter price for Hubbard squash Â¬ ntillurliiu frciin iirrnluit tho law nro usually OrrrvtiBtts es in our markets 1 believe the indus Â¬ COLD IN HEAD nrruvml In Imm iios of tho peace Lowol on try can be made much more profitable Vnu leithan the production of musk or water melons especially as the crop is so s4x8S Anply llnlm lutnrnch noBtrll j much less perishable than the melons KM IIIIDS SWnrrun 81N V n i loeality and feeding out to thrifty stoik on the farm making saving and applying of all of the ma nure possib e While this may not be Â¬ cine lltnls It plea atitor than tailing ttlowu tho houthwoBt Tho torrltory it embraces Vonkeri Statesman Is tho garden spot of America Tho great states of Illinois Minnesota Iowa MisA cuun for nearly all tho common Ills souri nnd Kansas nro tapped by Its litres Ihhawl Tnko Tho oquiimeiit of tho Chicago St Paul vrh t doctors by nil druggists llouohiuiia Fills For salo Kansas Ulty in unexcelled ov that or any road in tho country Its vcstilmlcd comIn In thOHodays mon oarn their living partment stooping cars nro models of luxury comfort and convenience No othor past days thoy uruod their dead ilultlnioro lino west of Chicago rutin compartment American Bleeping cars Tho dining car service Is feed in connection with tho straw a fully up lo tho requirements of tho most is PirA akt Wholesome Speedy for coughs Utiles Honey of Ilorohomul nnd Tnr bixury lovlng of modern fastidious much better fertilizer can be secured travolers and short tho Chicago St laul Tikes Toothache Drops Cure Inouomluuto In and the wheat be mad i a much less ex te Kaunas Ciy Is tho host lino between A TiiXAS young ludy In named Angellnu haustive crop while tho straw is used Chicago and St Paul Minneapolis nnd tho Northwest btweon Chicago and tho Acid llor best follow speukn ol hor us hl to a bolter advantage as a feed prlnclpnl point In Iowa botwoon Chicago sou mash Minneapolis Journal To save the soil a regular system of nnd tho Southwest Persons going to rotation of crop- should be carried out Chicago nnd beyond will do well to bear Antonh can tnlto Carters Llttlo IIvor growing such crops as are best adapted thoso fncts In mind Rochostor N Y Pills they aro so very smalL No troublo to Democrat and Chronicle Hwullow No pain or griping alter taking to tlie Â¬ tiin or notation The most exhaustive crops nro the grain crops that are sold off the farm If wheat is grown and the grain sold even though the straw Is fed to the stock and the manure put back upon the land it is more oxhaustivo than corn grown and fed out on the farm and tho manure applied to tho Roil Manure from straw alone even when fed to stock is of much loss fertlHlnf value than from corn and com foduei when fed to stock and applied to the land Ily growing clover properly the land may bo gradually built up but this plan implies the feeding out of the crop to the stock on the farm and applying the manure or the turning of it under aftu a good growth has been secured To grow clover and sell off th farm will exhaust the fertility as certainly as growingand selling wheat Changing from one crop to another may lengthen the time that the soil Ml r 11 m Hum uiu1 as ainereni plants re quire different elements of plant food but the growing and selling off tlu crops let them be what they may will gradually exhaust the fertility and wlwn it is worn out from growing and maturing a variety of crops the land is in a worse condition than if run uown iroin only growing one Hy growing wheat and selling the grain and buying bran and oil meal to 1 Â¬ Â¬ Necessity or CiirrvlnK Out hardly any chance for misunderstand ing but the llttlo folks still contlnuo to commit to memory tho words with- Â¬ out much thought of their meaning How do wo know that tho earth is round asked a teacher of ono of tho boys The pupil roso promptly and with a perfectly stolid expression We learn that tho answered glibly earth is round from tho following facts and immediately sat down again evidently feeling that ho had given a full and most satisfactory re-Â¬ ply Christian Intoll gencer Â¬ wero now made 60 simple ns to leavo It seems Utility or ToxthniilcH ns if textbooks for children The Onlj- Ono tho Word Thoro Ib a 8 inch display advertisement In this papor UiIh wcelt which litis no two words nllko except ono word Tho sumo Is truo of each new ono tin caring ca h week from Tho Dr Hurler Mcdlolno Co This houso places n Crcsceit on everything thev muico and publish Look for It aonu them tho nuiuo of tho word and thov will roturn you booh beautiful llthogi uiilia or samples free the rain making enterprise tlio uuistcxpoot to have blK drops in their busluutta -- Uultl moro Amerlcuu riAiisn purgntlvo rotnodlrfl nro fast giving way to the gentle notion and mild elfe of uurters iutio uvcr rills ir you try them they will certainly plcaso you SoMt of tho Ueorgla odltors aro urging hoy thocltlrons to establish paper mills want to work oT their stock ol manuscript poetry - Atlanta CountUutlou I Kvr lrlutod Cnn Vou Find f5llAV ft I Ir Rtock companies aro formed to control COPYRIGHT i03i Chicagos Groit Ilnntl tho Famous Maple Leaf Line Tho Clilongo St Paul Kntisas City was tho llrst railroad in tho country to Isstto special transportation advertising for tho Worlds Fair at Chicago That Is entor priso and an illustration of tho port of maiinRoinonL tiat within a law years has transform d tho Chicago Kt Paul te Kan sas City from n short and unimportant line to one of tho most prominent nnd most popular lines in tho Northwest With terminals in ChirnKo Kansas City and St Paul it unites tho east tho northwest and A foclinr of dullness languor and depression nieaim that MM Your liver isnt tloinc its v means impure blood to begin witu and all kinds of ailments in tho end progress often results In an luaurablo throat or lung troublo Iltuwni ilivncalul Trvclut givu instant relief ARoiutTintoATOnCouoiT is ButTorcd to Uut you can stop thorn in advance ery invigorates tho livor purifies and enriches the blood nnd rouses overy It pro organ into healthy action vents and cures all diseases arising from a torpid liver or from impure Dyspepsia Indigestion Bil Â¬ blood iousness Scrofulous Skin nnd Scalp or Disomies oven Consumption scrofula in its earlier Btnges Lunjj Dr Piercos Golden Medical Discov- Â¬ Tnr oung grndunta who taken up medi Â¬ Â¬ - Tnc difference between an editor and nls wlfo Is thut uib wile sets things to rlhui while lie writes things to not Youkors No tATTitn how good a man may bo when ho ships as a sontnan ho gets Into a tnoBs Texas Klftlngs all yield to it The makoifl of tho Discovery claim for it only what it will do Thov ffuuranteo that it will do it If it fails to benefit or euro in any case theyll roturn tho money Nothing olso that claims to purity tho blood is sold in this way which proves no matter what dealers may offor that nothing els Thoreforo can bo just as good dont accept a substitute IOT ST JACOBS 1 petroleum Â¬ VASELINE JELLY- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m I Â¬ 1 E M BAETIETTS Commercial College la - Farm and Fireside 4k FACTS FOR FARMERS Â¬ August CATARRH rNAItB TIIIH t Attn nrj ll ji vmt Am the stock should go into winter quarters in good condition It is cheap er to keep a healthy animal in condi tion than to attempt to put ilcsh on one that is not thrifty Compauativkiv few people have founJ out what merit there is in goose- Â¬ berries how keen and appetizing tho flavor when used as rhubarb is while green and how easily kept in jars for frequent enjoyment all through tho year They liavo a special and most Â¬ crovnu WITH IKUUlKIt KIOWKlt SKGTION OF Â¬ flower 99 Tower IrprovccI f Ijt i4Ui agreeable flavor IlAsiitnimins cannot bo manured too heavily Nothing is so beneficial to them as a heavy coating of manure on fi kround around them in winter It requires but a short row of raspberries jor a small family and the size of the terries largely depends on the fertility f the soil nnd tho manure given Fon horses timothy hay is preferred but clover is better for cows Cows Vdllpivo more milk from clover and thrive better than from any other hay but in order to keep them in full How omilk they should have- U variety and if ensilage can bo provided Jt will 10 found an excellent addition to the - When fields are badly infested they must bo plowed up and otfier crop raised for a few years during which time tho dodder seed in the soil will all have germinated and died Orange Judd Farmer tho clover will bo saved A fested the patches containing the para site should be mowed and destroyed If no dodder plants are allowed to seed fratlon m JTowlnjr the ground is dnmp open n furrow oetwecn tho strawberry rows in order Keep tho plants dry in winter The trawberry Ja hardy plant und de 81U In plenty of moisture when caked with JI but It Is easily injured when ice Drainage is a pro- WMP to thfc rOnntit rliirlncr Wtit and m If a pig In the herd takes the diar-Â¬ rhea on account of too heavy feeding it is safest to cheek feed slightly for all but probably not enough to check the trouble The best way would be to separate the ailing ono from tho others and feed ns tho case requires until it is all right and can go back with the herd To cut down the ration for all as required to euro this ono would be an unnecessary loss of time in growth and cause a btcak in general thrlftlness that Isnotalwayseaslly repaired when bringing tho animals back to full feed Rural World Whkn htorlng the farm Implements away brush them over with kerosene and It Is excellent for preventing rustMany protecting against dampness for Implements are placed whero they In- Â¬ become covered with dust which their movementfl In the terferes with spring AH implement ahould be kept Â¬ Â¬ Hint for lltr Italnern Aproo tbe Hudson N Yf All Pareis who ImfrreVfJ named Captain A G Skkri luv has written us a letter in which it bendtritrriiiArtn4 TiuDixiti onrvrry Con is evident that he has made up his mind concerning sonic things and this is what he says I have used your preparation WatCh Olll I Collar called August Flower in my family un tw J TOWfRMIfl COSTON MASS Cuih for seven or eiglft years It is con- Â¬ stantly in my house and we consider it the best remedy for Indigestion and Constipation we Indlnrestlon have ever used or known My wife is troubled with Dyspepsia and at times suffers very much after eating The August Flower However re- Â¬ IIVX XAJJO lieves the difficulty My wife frequently says to me when I am going adlBil 1N bUVSeSS to town We are out Constipation of August Flower LArt De La Mode 7 COIIMIKU IMATKfl and I think you had MTLHT IAKlit iil III 1U TUB TOIIE riHIOM better get another bottle I am also tWOrdrrittit TolirNw dealer ortidtSct rnrlnivutnuinbcrto with IndigesJion and whentroubled iinoior1 rimiiHrri ever I am I take one or two tea XlMITlim Pin tfriwriU spoonfuls before eating for a day or CURED TO STAY CURED 1 a If al1 t vAtiMrnl UiV CCUCD nalnt and ad- - Dyspepsia There is a gentle man at Malden-on- - O FLICKER oibuluttly Guaranteed Water Dally nt 00 p m from Chlcnao New nnd II llllfllnHt IIUtlb for thin rrlc lll114Cllbt lrnln lliilitod tliroutflioiit br nim Tlokt anil further Infur luutlon of your loonl lloknt nuent or by adilreulna AII If ANBON O V A III Cent It TX OhlcBO SOLID VESTIBULE TRAIN ttmM3 snsins Sg iWfrftiafillBlKw K i mSssim elnnt lit O 5 5oftWooler A fSSfl- - wlthnnr fhuioiiH Wnll XiliirhlMf rv Hi onl perfect irlfclnlnc ti RvrjwL Iwldnipplug UoUlii dm WfliJWKTBBKf ntnlOBH NYMAN LOOMIS BORE WELLS Tirrirr uiiiu inrONi tut i thiOHIO DRILL WELL ijwp latiiii iiiihI inoiliul ritrtli iliir for S CCNT NTAllr JAriCxOrlMANLKACrUIIINti CO Columuu WMiJJM till VAVtKttni II lyeOvHM mm RHEUMATISM fitCUREDT nth irontnioi t wli Tin Ulroitluni by IIOIIAK nr 1 I BbiiipIh IhiWmuo o a Â¬ rii- - J 10 CIMLLOJl ttl unoALAni uuij r Send at once for our Catalogue aoo tnonlals C N Newcomb Davcaport Iowa orcotnmlMlon toliandlatha Neir pfltnntChswlMl per wrik Ink 1 imlna lencll Agent Binklnu 11 jioz llnnrii KtAir Ml u iru IUil UTtKturt IUHHiiM CtllA lisoc Kcmedy for Catarrh is the tM Heat KaucEt to Una and Chcupcat flucnio nin icu Â¬ mtii Bold COc ty -- ft -- HAI utr lltl riku if ikiflpnillil Irfiimrhtii Hilk HI Ik Kim yil HiUllirlulttiilor Will tunfhJ Tic I0TUUI rLlLlI TV InigKlxtHor fent by wall T llaxallluo Warren la d U Wownnttbe ANK B ot ovary aunrer m ttte 3 and Canada Addraaa WHE WflTlKYAVrjltTiKUM 1370 J u tMmln mm A4ttl IUCA i v ABE THE BUNTER SAVED THE MONEY h Samson Sold by Draxxiata at SI per Bottle SftarM nlike a hair cut meant ruin for both Bottles for S9 Puek An honest Swede tells his story in 1801 1892 plain but unmistakable language for the benefit of the public One of my chil- Â¬ dren took a severe cold and caught the croup I gave her a teaspoonful of Cham berlains Cough Remedy and in five min- Â¬ utes later I gave her one more By this Normal and Preparatory School time she had to cough up the gathering in her throat Then sho went to sleep Then she and slept pood for 15 minutegot up and vomited then she went back to bed and slept good for the remainder of the night She got the croup the sec- Â¬ ond night and I gave the same remedy firm Trtjax Wholesale Druggists with the same good results I write this West because I thought there might be some Toledo 0 Wammng Kinman Marvin Whole- Â¬ one in the snme need and not know the true merits of this wonderful medicine sale Druggists Toledo O Chas Thorn pseen Des Moines Iowa Cure U taken inter- Â¬ Halls Catarrh 3aaJP aaLaVv nally acting directly upon the blood and CO cent bottles tor sale by Rose Swan go Hazel Green Testi mucous surfaces of the system menials sent free Price 76c per bottle fcLsJaaflllaWel Ileal 1arislan Art Wold by all druggists Mrs Bullion I lought to day a gen- Â¬ uine Parisian work of art AjfcawaHavB9 A Man Willi Three Anna th Mrs Hillsdoo One of Detailles paint- Â¬ The unusual sight of a man with three full sized arms and hands may bv ings Mrs Bullion No A bust of some daily seen upon the streets of Marbette awawswjau MewA M8KwsvawawawwiuiKm vtj Jew 11 C is a Russian by birth and young woman named Hebe The dealer i32vBVaVeBBalaKiJivaaBsis9r He came to America in 1877 as an at Â¬ assured me it is the real plaster of llrst Paris Jewelers Circular tache of the Greek church at Sitka Massachusetts says the St Louis Globe Democrat is Abo Parsons a negro liv- Â¬ ing in this place lie is one hundred and one years old and has had a roHe mantic and adventurous career was born a slave in South Carolina and ran away from his master in Andrew Jacksons time and made his way to the Northern States through swamps and forests his only guide being the north star He reached New York State whore he again became a slave to a New York man Abe has such a peculiarly-shaped head that doctors and med ical colleges are constantly asking for his body when he shall die On the top of his skull is a bunch about the size of an egg which seems to be solid bone He is known as Abe the Hunter Several years ago when a block of buildings in this town was all aflame Abe with a bunt of his head burst in thu heavy door He also has a great reputation for killing horses and cows One bunt with his head is as effective as a blow from an axe He has killed probably twenty old horses in this He worked during all last manner season at planting haying and harvests lug and can do a lays work that many a youuger man would not find easier IIown Thl Wj oflbr One Hundred Dollars reward for imv ciise of catarrh that cannot be cured by taking Halls Catarrh Cure CO F J CHENEY Props Toledo 0 We the undersigned have known F L Cheney for the last J6 years an J be- Â¬ lieve him perfectly honorable in all busi n cm transactions and financially abe to earry out any obligations mado by their Â¬ Â¬ A Remarkable Old Mack Man Who In A Creditor Who Hquurrd Accounts with III Mt Over a Ccutury Old In Western Two pedestrians met on the street Probably the oldest man KSSS wmm WtoHG A Perfect 8hcccbr VII The ItoTi A Antolae of Iletuglo Tex writet As far aal am able to Judge I think Taator Koenltfa Nerra Touic It a perfect luooesi for anyone who luffored from a tnoit painfal ucrTouineas as I did 1 feel Ilka myieu aaia after taking the Toalc us and one knocked the other down and hurried oil Thats an outrage exclaimed a cit Â¬ izen who helped the fallen man up Call the police and have him nrrest ed shouted a second Run after him and get satisfaction advised a third Gentlemen said the victim as he reached his feet its all right all right How all right 1 owed him three dollars and refused to pay it He therefore took it out of I f V A Sunday ttcfaeel fjuperiateadcHt EaderncN Becmtabt Dorchester Co Md Maroh 8 0L of A scholar la the at K Sunday tobool which I am Superintendent I know was com my hide pUed to stay at home on account of her all but Hut man you have 1een knocked went epileptic flta for eight monthssho sine attends using raster Kocnlgs Nervo Tonic down regularly 1 think tho euro tho moat remark I know It but Ive saved three dol- Â¬ able I have ever aeon or heard of and tbia Nerre Tonic deserves the hlgltt ocooiluiua It anybodys nhend Im the one haa my fullest endorsement lars If JOUN A HKEE JU and theres no need of raising a row over it A Valaable Book act Nerreaa to And he got a brace on his jaw with LIJL L Diseases sent freecaa aay address also obtain nd P001 paUents II i his left hnnd and skated off into a side I Ilia las UU laedlciae free of chance I This remedy haa been prepared by taa Rereread street Detroit Free Press Pastor KooBtjr of Port Wayne bad alaceUP aad Â¬ It C F Brower 1 Go Main and Broadway LEXIXGTOX KY tood4oH jfcSTDOXT 10 ELSEWHERE TO BUY YOUR- - rnPT A Strlkliijj Likeness and Damocles were much la now prepared under his direction by tae WOOD MANTELS WALL PAPER KOENIG MED CO Chicago III IrgWal75 HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY FURNITURE DRAPERIES CARPETS c V Â¬ Â¬ that will save you money Having large show rooms we carry a com- We can supply you at prices Â¬ - t plete stock in all the different branches and with facilities for buying at the lowest possible prices we are enabled to successfully meet all competition Cincinnati Â¬ Â¬ and Louisville Prices Duplicated aaaaaH HaBjaaBlyS aVaaMaHlkaaS SECOND TKBM BEOAX aiHalSfllHtliV 0 F Brower Carpets Furniture Wall Paper Draperies Co Alaska where he resided about 1834 He is a lnrgefpowerfully bullt man but seems to have no control of this extra bodily member which hangs down his back from a point almost exactly be Â¬ tween his shoulders and rolls from side to side in an unsightly manner as though paralyzed Hesldes beiug well equipped in tho way of arms ho has a net of teeth that are double all tho way around It is hardly necessary to add teeth does that the deformity of his ferocious-lookin- g not detract from a naturally countenance Notwithstanding his wicked appearance he Is a Cliristian gentleman mild-mannere- schools d Illcka In tho Lead said Uinks started llfo without a cent in my pocket And I put In Hicks started in life I without a pocket Jury practical benefit and are never illustrated by living examples which in many cases could easily be 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 tho thin white coating on the tongue and later as the cold develops seo the profuse watery expectoration and thin watery discharge from the nose not one of them would ever forget what the first symptoms of a cold were The scholar should then bo given Chamberlains Cough Remedy freely that all might see that even a severe cold could be cured in ono or two days or at least greatly mitigated when properly treated as soon as the first symptoms appear For sale by Rose Swango Â¬ Â¬ The laws of health are taught in our but not in a way to be of much MONDAY NOVEMBER 1G 1891 TEACH EIIS COURSE embraces all the branches required in the Common Schools Daily Theory nud Practice a specialty drills for Teachers HUSINKSS COURSE embraces the Tea chers Course Hook Keeping Itusiness Â¬ WirggffirtffgfaJl tvSffifriffiya SS22 Forms and Transactions Laws ENGLISH and Commercial IN EFFECT MAY 18th OLD KENTUCKY -- 1891 SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE Our rates are less than any school in Eatcrn FROM CENTRAL KENTUCKY Kentucky Rates of Tuition per Mouth TO ALL POINTS COURSE prepares for Ken tuckv University and Colleges of that class- ANCIENT MODERN LANGUAGES KENTUCKY CENTRAL RAILWAY N 1ILUK GltjlSS UOUTK ROUTE Newport News Ofr00O0 K Mississippi Valley Co DQ Â¬ 100 srpaynble 150 and 200 one Consumption Cured the other at middle of term BOABDING half on entering School v Ax old physician retired from practice having had placed in his hands by an East India missionary the formula of a simple vegetable remedy for the speedy and permanent cure of Consumption Hronchitis Catarrh Asthma and all Throat and Lung Affections also a positive and radical cure for Nervous Debil- Â¬ ity and all Nervous Complaints after having tested its wonderful curative pow Â¬ ers in thousands of cases has felt it his duty to make it known to his suffering fellows Actuated by this motive and a desire to relieve human suffering I will bend free of charge to all who desire it tliia recipe in German French or Eng- Â¬ lish with full directions for preparing and using Sent by mail by addressing with stamp naming this paper W A Novks 820 Powers Block Rochester Â¬ Â¬ That Wan Clear Id have you know I was well jfrfr There will be no more trouble about brought up exclaimed the small man too high hoard the cost of board and lodg ing will be only 200 TKK WKKK KVKRY to the large disputant We can accommodate KLKNlSHKli may be replied the latter THINO hoarders in our new building new That uixty but you were not brought up far furniture und good fare The teachers live in Harpers Bazar the Academy Home and have the immediate Covington 8 18 am S 08 pui charge of the boarders 1 G Combs is the Paris r 11 18 mn 10 23 pui A Successful Trainer caterer nil better can be found 12 lOnn 11 00 pm Lexington A B Hutchings of Danville who had Le 1 5 am Paris FREE SCHOLARSHIPS Winchester Ar 12 lOnu such success tho past summer in the Blue honfirst Any 35 pin Grass Circuit with Evangelino Mimic ors on scholars takli g of and secondin the llicmnnud courses the oOSpiu Hixie McGrepor and others writes I Academv completion their a free scholar- Livingston shall be entitled to 4 50in havo used Qui ins Ointment for fomo ship each in Kentucky University A free Corbin Midillesborough 3 time and think it superior to all others scholarship in the Academy will be awarded Cumber and Gup 7 pin iwun each of the fir Bog Spavins and Curbs it has no to one pupil from viz Itreathitt following Corbin Le 4 Ml mill ElClay Try it Sold by Rose Swango mountain counties equal Williamsburg 5 45pm Â¬ 1 NORTH EAST WEST WASHINGTON PHILADELPHIA AND SOUTHWEST BALTIMORE NEW YORK THE SEA SHORE FAST LINE BE I WEEN LEXING- Â¬ OLD POINT And all Eastern Cities TON AND CINCINNATI The Direct Line to jSrSCHKDCLE IN EFFECT NOV 15 1891 LEXINGTON LOUISVILLE No 3 ST LOUIS KANSAS CITY 1 No No o Accom CHATTANOOGA MEMPHIS Daily South Bound And all Points West and Northwest and Kxpress Fst Le KxSun South and Southwest 1a 10am a uu pin 2 55 pm Cineiiinuti 3 02pm ii 10pm 7 00 p 111 o 15 pm 7 05 pin 7 55 pui kast BOUND Fast Fast Ml Accom Dailv Express Dailv Daily ex Sun ex Sun 7 7 Â¬ 1 Â¬ Lexington Winchester Mt Sterling Olive Hill Ashland Cattlettsbure Huntington WKST HOUND 7 35 am 5 45pm 00pm S 23am 7 10pm 30pm 8 52a m 7 45pm 9 03pm 10 40am 10 OOpin 10 30pm 12 15pm 10 43pm 12 28pm Ar 11 07pm 12 50pm Le 0 15pm Â¬ N Y 4yl man army la very particular that his soldiers are properly fed He Is in the habit of making unexpected visits t the barracks and Inspecting tho food In person On the occasion of ono of these rlslta he received two Koldlors carrying a steaming boiler from the kitchen Put It down Fetch a spoon he The astonished Boldlers looked at each other Ono of them rushed off but reap Â¬ peared In a few momenta with a spoon I want to see what sort of soup you get said the General as he dived Into the boiler with the spoon but as soon as ho tasted it he spat It out exclaim- Â¬ ing What Bort of devils broth is that tastes like dish water What is It It anyhow Thats just what it is your Excel- Â¬ Its the lency replied the soldier dishes were washed In water the Texas Sifting ChamberlHluiii Ky ami bkln Ointment A certain euro for Chrnnfo Sore Eyes Tetter Salt llheiim Scald Head Old Chromo Sores Fever Sores Eczema Itclf Prairie Scratches Sore Nipples and Piles Hundreds of It Is cooling and soothing after all other been cured by it case havo treatment had failed It is put up in 25 and 00 cent boxes For wilo by Rose commanded From the German One of the highest officers in the Ger- Sho HeGlvo Almost a IliaU mo a kiss You should bo ashamed of your- Â¬ self Â¬ Ashamed of what Of asking for a kiss when you havn Tex ad such a chance to tako one SUtlnRS A great many persons who have found no relief from other treatment have been cured of rheumatism by Chamberlains Pain Balm Do not givo up until you have tried it It is only oO cents per bottle For sale by Roso Swango ONE DOLLAR WEEKLY Huvs a good Gold Watcli by our Club Sys tem Our 14 karot gold tilled cases are war ranted for20 years Fin Klgin orWalthani Stein wind and set Laitys or movement Gents sixe Equal to any 50 watch To secure agents where we have none we sell one of the Hunting Case Watches lor the Club price 28 and send C O U by express with privilege of examination before paving for same Our Agent at Durham N C writes Our jewelers have confessed they dont know how you can fttrnjsh such work for thajMMiey Â¬ Â¬ liott Flod Harlan Johnson Knott Lee Leslie Letcher Lawrence Martin MagofHn Menelee Morgan Owsley Perry Pike Powell and Rowan provided such arrange- Â¬ ments have been made for the competitive examination bt the common school authorities or with their consent as shall enable each student of common school grades to compete for the scholarship and the appli cant therefor shall beur a certificate from the examiner that he has obtained tho high est mark attained upon the examination in his count We would advise all to cuter at the be ginning of n term but you can enter at any time and classes will bu arranged You cannot find a better school in the mountains of Kentucky Our rates are low our methods of teaching Normal we keep abreast with the tide of education Our pu Â¬ We refer pils are our best advertisement you to them Hazel Green is the prettiest town in East ern Kentucky free from many of ills ot railway towns and those of more popula tion iio miIooiis or harbors of temptation The people welcome strangers and influ ences for good are thrown around them All hoarders will he under the supervision of the teachers Send for catalogues etc Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Jellico Ar 6 20pm Richmond It 1 50 pm Lancaster 4 45pm Stanford Ar 5 20 pm1 No 2 North Bound Daily No 4 Express Dailv 7 00am 7 50 am 10 15 am 8 05 am Stanford Laucastcr Richmond It Ar Huntington Cattlettsburg Ashland Olive Hill No ti Mt Sterling Daily Hx Sim Winchester Lexington 6 00am 39pm 6 25 am 1 50pm G 37 am 3 03pm 8 20am 4 00 am 4 32piu 10 27 am 6 25 am 4 58 pin 11 15 am 7 15 am Ar 5 30pm 12 05pm 8 05 am 1 1 Le 20j in Jellici Iv illiamsburg Corbin Ar Cumbd liapLe Mldilleshnrough Livingston Livingston Richmond 8 45 am y Vi e am Limitkd Vkstihulkd ExiitKss runs daily and has Vestibuled Pullman lluflet Sleepers between Louisville Lexington Washington New York and Old Point Comfort This train is made part of the celebrated Sun day between Lexington and Huntington Make direct connections at Huntington with C AO At Ashland with S V Kv At Winchester with K C It It nortli and south bound and at Lexiigton with L N 3 45 4 i QII1 is Ar Le Le tf r H ti I 11 11 31 am 58 am 25 am Kast of Huntington on the C F F V Fast Mail Trains run daily except O route Â¬ aani 15am Winchester IrUxiiiirtoti Ar Le tl ti 7 05 n m 12 41 pm 1 kip in 2 27 pm 2 00 pm 2 37 pm 5 35 pm 7 45 51am am 00 am Covington Cincinnati S I Ar Ar 7 55 a m 10 54 am 11 pm 25 pm ui 37 Wain 5 15 pm 0 45pMi May 8 1801 WM H PRINCIPAL CORD D U J F LOCKHAltT v Swango Send Tun IIekami to rtJy distant friend Heath Springs S C writes Your watches lake at sight Tho gen tleman who got the last watch said that he examined and priced a jewelers watches in iJincaster mat were no neiicr man yours hut the price was 15 Our Agent at Pennington Tex writes Am in receipt of the watch and am pleased without measure All who have seen it Kuy it would he cheap at 10 trOn Hood reliable Agent wauled for each place Write for particulars Â¬ Ourgunt at ISSB DENTIST EZEL KY Empire Watch Co New York TEACHERS INSTITUTE PROCEEDINGS With a new trimming machine u modern stapler fast Job press an abundance of type ami superior workmen uearo belter pre pared to print Institute Proceedings tliau imv iiflb 111 KhxIltii Kiiituokv PlinisH irivo uh vutir orders Iit 1IMi11Mii iihhkhir iintui iiiiiiKi tiuri mihh nf nir C P Atmohk Knott Tmftic Manager Jen Pass Agt leneral Otliees Louisville Kv S V IX Mokhk Asst Jen PasiAgt Otliee Chamber of Cotnmeree Uuilditig LEXINGTON KY Cincinnati Ohio W S Harwsoxv Dailv to all points except Rowland O W Haknky No J LA Lexington Kv A Ashland Kv Division which is daily except Siimlnv No 2 Runs daily except Sunday from HO US Lexington to Cincinnati Hazel Green Ky No Runs dailv Mlts LOU DAY Proprietress No i Runs dailv from all stations ex This house hus been recently refitted and cept the Rowland Division which is dailv rcluriiMicdnml the table is at nil times sup except Sundav plied with the hist in the market Rate No ti Dailv except Sunday No 4 Daily between Cincinnati and Lex reasonable Sample room attached and spe cial rates to commercial uieu Patronage in inuMon tiiilV respectfully solicited Nos and t make connections nt Win chester for points 011 the N N A M V K D T JHtv wlehrate No Carries throutli cars from Cincin Muiti to Middleshorough Perryiut steel len nud Cumberland imp unit all Intermediate Matioiis and runs are smltl t this ntlice tit 10 cents a dozen 1 duilv und the Lest pencil in town nt 5c Apiece 1 1 Winchester to and from K C points and at Lexington with L S It 11 for Iouisville For full information in regard to llato Routes etc apply to any Agent of this or connecting lines or to II E Hintinoton C L Drown G P A V P and fi M L S and C N O T P Railroads Lkxintton and Olivk Hill Accomodation daily except Sunday Connects at Â¬ DAY e7 Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 1 iS5y orsad5u2 1 r