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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r r f JyLAZEL SPENCER COOPER Ownor nnd Editor IT m Green jtiraIjI W Of a Noisy World With Nows From All Nations LumlVrinc tit His Back SLOO A YEAR Always In Advano SEVEXTIL YEAR UAZEL KllEEX WOLFE COUNTY KY FRIDAY IEOEMJKR 21891 yOOD w NUMBER 40 DAY ATTORNEYS AT ftutt STATE SUNSHINE AND SHADOW We Mourn tlie Loss of Profits GREAT FIFTY CENTS OX THE DOLLAR Scott county had two eloping couples last week Dr Tupper n Baptist minister or Louisville has been called to a church in Â¬ Hdtimore The Hebrew relief association of Lou- Â¬ Â¬ 3 smm JEWELER THE tA T WOOD P DAY flfllpn llVCf VvrtlmtioA Mnyavlllo St Alt Stcrllni Kw rraeiieo in Montgomery PowellI Mcnffee oiie Krcathltt Kowan Magoffin and Mor Â¬ gan counties and Superior Court audCoitrt of Appeals ALE CLOTHING We arc going to imke mine improvements in our store room after January 1st The contract is signed and sealed with the contractors consequently we are compelled to sell our stock or pack it away We pre- Â¬ fer selling it at a sacrifice IT HriitMMiftlrifftiihifllill IkftllMSlBIIMM HHKlIlHITiailE HkTjpgitPmif k iiiivjii i AMAEilll Every suit of Clothes every Overcoat every Pair of Pants marked in plain figures We will just split them in half This means Til cents on the dollar I he cheapest sale of fine ready made Clothing in Kentucky Our business is not conducted by fakes and guessing schemes The man thats selling watch chains on the street corner for 1 throwing in a watch just to show his generosity needs watching Bunco Steerers Kazzle Dazzle tricksters and green goods In- Â¬ sharps always promise great returns from small investments telligent minds are on to the racket and take no stock in such Tis valuo they want humbuggery isville has raised 1500 for the perse offers tho most complete llneof goods for QUE Alt HIGSTAFF cuted refugees AlTOltNEYS AT LAW Owcnsboro has an epidemic of tho AIT STERLING grippe and tho doctors arc kept on the KY run night and day lcUeo b the courts of Montgomery an a Oar goods are flrst eliiss and our adjolnlne eouutlca and in the Court ol Aip TI10 Kendall boys who recently broke peiuM mm General Courts jail at Georgetown have joined Tascott J A TAULBEE and Tate in soma unknown territory VsuVtsitors to the city will receive our A boy named Henry Mucnniuglioff best attention was last week run over by an electric car No 30 K Alain St opp Court House Hiutcl Green Wolfo County in Louisvilloand can not possibly live LEXINGTON KY Andrew Scott a colored mail carrier KENTUCKY of Lexington was last week arrested on H BENNETT 12 ISSSSSSSgliig tho charge of destroying mail matter in AVIT 3 afjfhis possession CO t t Gov Drown positively refuses to interE J 5 S O fere with the sentence of Simpson Hush Hats Gaps Gloves Straw Goods who murdered his wife at Clay City and AND UMBRELLAS he will be hanged at Stanton Feb o 82 N Paint St CHILLICOTIIE O SI 3rPRICES LOW Jn Physician and Surgeon - Â¬ bd bSlteS JH YANKIE SEIP 1892 Mrs M II Campbell of Henderson WITH made an unsuccessful attempt at suicide D - v c vjur by taking chloroform but was brought par WHOLESALE DRY GOODS around all right She and her husband ses NOTIONS BOOTS SHOES Ac had quarreled CATLETTSllUUG KY a tl Tobias Gibson a citizen of Versailles -- J 3 o 3 w w SEITZ a has purchased the plant of the Clarion a 3M WITH cc at that place and will become its editor S5 100 CENTS WORTH OF GOODS at once The politics of the paper will S -4 v o Ur3 WHOLK8AIK be Democratic yu nxwszrjt F0R 100 CENTS IN CASH M M u The county judge of Scott county U S a 4 iaH V ASHLAND KY thinks thero is sufficient cvidenco against Is what we give the people But at this sale U Iti Dr J L Massie tho slayer of Jesse Ho mwta -- e naker to cause his removal to Louisville I St j g h 2 100 CENTS WORTH AT 50 CENTS OH THE DOLLAR for safe keeping terfeW v 3 fc KENTUCKY The court of appeals adjourned Satur Â¬ Every article in our establishment is ticketed at the lowest day until after the holidays and all tho 26 PROFESSORS and INSTRUCTORS price possible The stamp of durability is on every garment lL judges being down with tho grippe the Agricultural Solentlflo Engineering It von have not dealt with us ask your neighbor who has r OiHCO g 5 as S Clusalonl Normal School Acadomic superior court did not convene Thursday I aa a assured that you will be pleased We invite you to our store feeling j Commorolal and Military Courses of 2 R eu and will not meet again until after the with our garments and satisfied with the matchless values we oiler 1 c H a a holidays COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED bus a 2 m rt FREE OF TUITION Who says a womans broom is not a Fall term begins 8itmimroth ihoi Miss Katie Ross a powerful weapon lli umtlln Honnl in ilormltory 2ier week in privnto in ylf U jou fumillcH Wr0 to For Cutaloguo mldrcKH young lady of Louisville last week put iitn1 nlJra ml Inltltenl JAS K PATTERSON out a fire with a broom after the window imlltlsii mctol LEXINGTON KY mil lu tlwr I curtains and carpet of a room had been Itonili juu mr Ilxril Ironl consumed by the Haines illritiiMi uti Ititk la brlofly iacli iijr Mtf At Moranburg in Mason county John tllliil trton flBvvjyX 4 if Illi r in nlia Higgins fired the contentH of a shotgun 4 ia r il will ikI nlio at V L Moran The small shot struck W1XCHETEK KY flrr linliurllil till nuik ludui Mornn in the breast but a thick overcoat trlnuilr liotv to ftn tin Iliou 4 N II WITHKHSIOON President saved him any injury The trouble was Mini Hollar 11 I UUlSTEll Cnshlcr rrrlii llilr anw over a small strip of laud artlllri wlir s xrU ii ftrr llifj- lit I Paid up Capital tin iii luruiin George Kirk a young farm Hi Itiiilou cr 4 llllplullillll 1 SV fri er of Fleming county and who had just Surplus 0000000 ivlilcii j on ran llllHhltllll married became suddenly insane at the This llnnk Kollclts the accounts of mer I ib re iiIIiIuk in trclinulb olimitH fanners traders and business men home of his uncle in Shelby county and Uf lllf Mill Tilt tOT Keiir rally tliroiihout Eastern Kciituukv Mj8 pjr Nuiiiinr uinicuii burned nil his wifes clothing and two ami oilers its cuHtoiiiors every faoillty niiu In lain or that rqulr llrlimucb the niONt liberal terms within the limits 01 fine watches before he could be subdued I llui Iiul legltitmito Imuking octl8ly pruMi friD uii James 11 Wilhoite who shot his wife til tnlilcl at at count lux in a fit of jealousy at Frankfort gave itaJjr lauf lit and oll wllbin titormul a laif YEARS bond in the sum of 1500 to answer in to HAS LED ALL WORM REMEDIES FOR uutntir Uo at Diiklnj out llirt IIiiiuiihI Uullri a Vr fb AllllBw tho Franklin circuit court Mrs Wil ioiiiuT run pariiruiar iiefi Aiir you now biiii jrtt JIT STERLING KY lo fit nu rmllirr Ml17no SOU EVERYWHERE EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED hoito will not die of the wound as the ronrluj AIICN llox AZUliim It dull tu Aillita i V Aliilue Anan OaiITAL 200000 BuniLUS ball passed through the ilcsh part of the 30000 J It Sharp llruce Trimble T G Denton PREPARED BY RICHARDSON TAYLOR MED CO STLOUIS M0 thigh IUGSTAFtVFrpshicnt J M G L KIUKPATHIOK DENTON Vlco President In Hart county not a drop of spiritu- SHARP TRIMBLE W W THOJISON Cashier ous liquor can bo obtained at any price MT STERLING KY Tho county ntlorney backed up by the We rcBncctriilly solicit tho busfiiens ofmer good citizens of tho county suppressed Have now a complete line of chants iiirincrH trmlrrs and biisiiiCHS men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky A nil tho blind tigers and fined their Clothing Hats Hoots Shoes general hanking business done Give us v AT TUB keepers m severely that the trafllo has ftml Gdlts Furnishing Goods elinnco to send you a bank book nay your checks and loan you money when In need been squolclied W W TllOMlHUN Cflll Wo solicit nn inspection of The Harbourville News is after school our goods and guarantee pri Â¬ IDINGFELDER teachers of Knox county who carry pl tols and drink whisky and asks that their ces satisfactory and articles as certificates bo revoked Tho legislature recommended M M CO should this winter pass u law looking to Meals 25 Cents Meals to Order at All Hours Breakfast from 5 A Regular i Oys- Â¬ Supper from 5 r M to 0 i 10 A r to 3 p M same end and besides imposo a fine the to 9 A M Dinner from S Importers and Jobbers of SON to 12 Tho morals of children aro certainly not ters Lamb Fries Fish Chickens and Quails a specialty Open from 5 am Successors to J A La Co in good keeping under such instructors CUS LUICART Proprietor M 71 E Main Stiikkt LEXINGTON KY DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS Counterfeit coin has been in circula Wholesale Dealers In tion at Owcnsboro for two or threo years Nos C37 C39 nnd Cl- land tho authoritieM have been puzzled to Straight Kentucky Whiskies -- West 3Iain Streot know where the supply came from until KY WIms Brandies c week when detectives discovered last LOUISVILLE KY that it was manufactured in that city FINE OLD WHISKY A SPECIALTY I Tho names of the coiners aro withheld CIGARS AND TOBACCO until tho evidence can be worked up Agents for Old Pugh Old Pepper Old AND DKALKIl IN iftrr aim vici iayior against them is tho The Homo and Farm llecord name of a new agricultural piipcr soon to On Iacy Creek two miles south of lime I AmlTrimmlnnrcnf All ifinric make its appearance at Ixington Our Green containing Sixty Aoros of Rloh tgmrryiftm7Hc--jnnrr-rUU I IIUIIIIIII50 Ul nil muuwi ftfffrT niiiiWLi awnri TTiasnTiiii old friend James H Marrs founder and CORN LAND about 20 acres suitable COFFINS OF ALL many years editor of tho Dauvillo Advt for Oats with meadow and pasture lauds I am prepared to furnish on short notice ami nt low prices Two comfortablu dwelling houses and out KINDS AND SIZES from the cheapest to the very finest I can furnish cofl im cheaper buildings good up I have 1 flue hearse ana cate will havo editorial charge and Dan and good orchard well never fulling springs tlmn von can buy the trimmings Price of Coffins from 5 Call on or address MT STERLING KV will deliver eofllus cheap ltunyan until recently with the Live A lOKTJSR LAOV Haxel Green Ky Stock Kccord from its birth will bo tho sHuho justly celebrated With two gentlemen bualueds manager rerryiKn steel pem I can rPnAn3QTnATTQI My arrangements aro such that Marble niriiWi Tombstones or un unU ntnlriiwul for their respective du are Hold at this ofttco Nt 10 cenU a donn or Monuments from any kind of I and the bM Hiucit in town at 6c picc tolly HM ties tho paicr is bound to succeed J vory luvei prices Very respectfully Ac --s-5- HB fly MAUPIN H CARPENTER C2i I - cgt V L f- c- r sasxx -- t WJ Henderson Thos STATE Son fas H IS I aaS ia psn cr5 - mm 3 FPsl32s -- A L G STRAUS 1 PhD LEADING CLOTHIERS 1 LEXINGTON KENTUCKY jf 11 11 THE WINCHESTER BANK - well-to-d- o X WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE 20 21 mskXo rRVTr Jiyl ssr 1 2000000 111 jFfPPJgafiTggry 1 - v Traders Deposit Bank I 1 iM Â¬ nnUsh lOtctiei No 12 W Short Street Lexington Ky J ROBINSON R STRADER 1 1 JW -- Â¬ P1 HAZEL GREEN UNDERTAKER COFFINS CASKETS Trimble Bros WHOLESALE mMESiammmmw - FARM FOR RENT -- GROClitS ivv l lk FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS REPAIRED VltTvpvhl rtlr w f arra i - iw tW1 HHfr Kfi in ftwirvlr ti nminTriir- rwTTm tv 7 tt - It y Vr j w I1 H tmliU Hazel Green Herald t I KY BLAINE AND IWKINLEY Raputillrnn Tttmblom Juggling with Tub Ho TIME FOR AN ACCOUNTING Slcnlllcmit tjlltiiro if thn Srcivtiiry of thn Trim miry Â¬ PEStCUNAL AND LITERARY Opinion PKKOXR 0O0PKR FuMbkw HAZEL GREEN iM Kinley as tho ticket for 1893 was in- Â¬ spired solely by a senso of humor Ue Wan All Hlght Till Ho Tackled thn And wo should bo confirmed in this Old Lady on tlio Quentlon of Arm Tho professor cnino teetering1 ticrttw judgment by tho explanation that this tho stage lending a Rinall boy by xo combination appeals to tho Kansas hand and bowing vividly to tho sea mind because it represents the two cardinal principles of republicanism of upturned fnccs It would Tho first font I shall attempt this reciprocity and protection afternoon smiled tho professor will add to tho grim fun of tho suggestion bo performed by tho young1 gontlcmtin wore wo permitted to take it as fun at you sco boforo you Ho was born in all that the friends of McKinley who Paris in 1882 and is now nine yenr old wished to have his namo lead the Toll tho ladies and gentlemen where you ticket arc cheerfully reminded by tho friends of Mr Hlaino that tho latter is was born Maurice likely to dlo boforo the end of the four Maurico stated in tho voico of a years term ttnd bo tho high ambitions lad that ho was born a tho plaeo and timo stated by tho pro- Â¬ of two great men can bo equally and fessor in spite of which corroboration severally satisfied in ono election Hut Â¬ one could nob but fcol his Halstcd as wo have intimated it is not permisstreet personality Tho lecturer then sible to interpret the ideas of Kansas teetered down tho stops at tho end of republicans by tho light of humor are dead in earnest and when tho Btngo and whispered nfow words to They suggest Hlaino and McKinley they an elderly gentleman in tho row Then reciprocity and protection nn invalid he demanded statesman and a lusty politician as Tell mo how old is this gentleman He thinlcs said Maurice in a high their conception of what will win in pitched voice and vory swiftly lie tho next election they mean what they every thinks ho waH born on tho Oth day of saysincerityword of it and mean it with a not without a touch of Ho was not He whs October 18tl pathos born October 4 1830 an 130 in tho af Â¬ For to the observer who is as sober ternoon and was thero to supper minded as the Kansas republican him Whereat tho younger and more im self and who is moreover wide awako pressiblo among tho auditors tittered to tho significance of recent events audibly The professor teetered along this proposition is curiously in accord tho benches a little way and then said with tho condition both of the party Dcscrlbo tills gentlemans wateh in mind and tho party prospects It is his pocket Maurice really a rude simple half grotesque It is a ilftecn karat ten jeweled half pitiful attempt at a correct inter- Â¬ gold hunting case watch of the Elgin pretation of the situation These Kan Â¬ pattern and it is now thirteen and a sas people know that protection was quarter minutes past 4 oclock re beaten and badly beaten in New York plied tho boy whereat tho more in Massachusetts and in Iowa and thoughtless auditors marveled and ex that it appeared to win in Ohio and in pressed great wonder for tho gentle Â¬ Pennsylvania To the rebellious reman reported that Maurice was right publicans of tho first group of states Tho professor teetered along a little they offer Hlaino and reciprocity to farther and whispered to a shrewd tho faithful of tho latter group of states looking old lady who seemed to have they offer protection and McKinley all she could do keeping a reticule And since the great body of the party handkerchief and pocketbook in her still stick to protection they give to lap them the assurauco that though they Tell me how old is this lady Mau- Â¬ are to be represented only in tho secrice cried tho professor rising with an ond placo on tho ticket their candidate may fairly hope in the course of naanticipation of triumph She thinks alio was born on the 21st ture to succeed tho actual caudidato of September 1841 replied the mind for the presidency in tho performance rending prodigy again in a high of tho functions of that ollice And pitched hurrying tone Hut hhe is tliis is the juggling with publie opinion mistaken Sho was born at twenty tho effort to cheat the conscience and minutes before 1U on the night of Au Intellect of the American people which gust 8 181 Sho looked at the clock really seems to these men likely to bo at half past 1 on tho morning of the successful It is nothing to them that so far as this combination would work Oth and then for the first timo recorded at all it would be a trick that Mr her arrival Again tho audienco laughed You Hlaiuns reciprocity is in reality tho would have been sorry for that old essential opposite of Mr McKinleys lady but sho wouldnt have needed it protection and vice versa and that if the ticket Just one moment sho sat tnore gather Â¬ these plans were carried out to become elected and McKinley were ing up the things in her lap and look ing wondcringly after the departing president by the deatli in due time of man who voted for exulting professor and then she said Mr Hlninc every bo deceived All that Mr Hlaino would Please have him repeat that they think of all that they care for Tho lady wishes you to repeat that souls and narrow as they are Maurice said tho professor Hut honest tho republican party shall sucis that there was a note of apprehonsion in his ceed the dreadful democrats bo de Â¬ tone feated and tho saints inherit the post Sho looked at tho clock began oil cos Maurice but ho was at soa feeling is in It is not unfair to say that about for somo one to guide him again accord with tho condition ofthis mind of Kepent what you said about the tho republicans nor that it fairly ladys age Maurice said tho profes- Â¬ represents tho means by which their sor this timo a littlo impatience mar loaders hopo to win in tho next presi- Â¬ ring his voico- dential contest Tho Kansas arrange- Â¬ Sho was born nt begun tho boy ment corresponds very closely to tho No no protested tho professor McKinley bill with tho reciprocity at-Â¬ now quito angry as ho bounded up tho tachment and certainly it is purfeotly littlo stops and confronted tho youth- Â¬ well known that ono and tho other ful mind reader Tell her exactly and each alternately have been what you did a moment ago Repeat worked for all they were worth ac Â¬ it all Hogin at tho beginning cording to tho varying latitudes If it Thero was a moment of agonizing on wcro possible to hold tho old time re- Â¬ tho part of tho lad and then ho broke publicans to tho ticket by tho McKin down in a laugh that confessed tho ley form of protection and at tho same wholo imposition I cant ho said timo hold the dissatisfied by tho Hlaino looking with half apprehension at tho device of reciprocity no scruple of conseienco would prevent Happily It routed professor I thought not said tho old lady Is not possible Tho process of enlight Â¬ calmly Everything was contented to enment has gone too far in tho public Tho old time republicans will Ho still in her lap now Sho had pun- Â¬ mind Indeed continue to vote tho ticket as ished a inagician--ChicnHerald they did in Pennsylvania whoever is on it and whatever he may represent TOO MANY POINTS Hut the men whom Mr Hlaino hoped A Cnio In Which Possession Cut nn Figure to eateh with reciprocity will no longer An old colored man entered tho First rise to that bait They know what it precinct statlon houso tho otlior day and really is and what it conceals and they will have none of it This Mr Hlaino remarked to tho sorgcut in charge Suy boss dara er niggor libbin himself sees plainly enough Could ho down my way what ortcr be takoncar have his way to day he would not stop at the illusory reciprocity of the Mcof lie would givo tho coun- Â¬ Why whats tho mattor Whats he Kinley bill try real reciprocity that is to say lie been doing to you Waal sah las fall I lent dat nigger would as he has tr ed to do in the case my ax an when I wanted it back ho of Canada givo tho country freer braced right up an tolo mo dat posses- trade which is as different from pro sion war nluo plnts o law nu refused tcetion as heat from cold Hut it is doubtful If even that would now check t give er up tho tide of dissatisfaction with tho Woll whole protection policy and idea Tho Waal do odder day I sent do olo Â¬ woinun ober nn she borroredhis buck republican lead rs made tholr fatal error in tho last congress Thon they saw aii whon ho cum for it I tolo im jlst lllco ho auswered me an stood on had a ohauco to tako the work of tho ttjvlsion and reduction of tho tariff in my dignity their own hands and had the done so Yes they would have been left to finish tho 1 had nine plnts o law didn I task Instead they mnko tho burden Yes An how many plnts amd law com- Â¬ of tho tariff heavier ami now unless nil signs fall tho country has deterÂ¬ posed of mined to bo done in duo timo with it I doutknow cxastly and with thorn N Y Times Waal dats whut bodders mo far dat nigger saw dem nine pnts shot up As Mr Hlaino has not twisted the flu lot oyo o miue pitched do olo tail of tho Hritish lion and as J Sloat Woman over a barl and walked off Fassett failed to twist tho tall of tho OfcH to saw an my snow shovel ter domocratlo tiger how nro tho sharpors i VNlot If I had nine pnts he mus hov of tho republican natloual convention wvv uitWIJPjr ntl QUUll UU1I IIVUIU11 to shape a platform rejoice rjMUilt hkwelf out Hrooklyu CHizon uuibsos Ijouisvillo that will Journal tho Courler Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ go Â¬ Â¬ PUZZLED THE MAGICIAN vlow of politics to tho serious minded republicans of Kansas wo should say that their boom for Tllaino and Me If It woro not forbiddon to us to at tribute oven tho possibility of a jocoso tho receipts from customs have been but 08734450 or 32004203 less than for the samo period last year Tills is at the rate of a reduction in revenue of S9701J780 a year in customs alone While the returns on tho nooro of in- Â¬ ternal revenue show a slight increase for the first third of tho year thero is a failing off in other items which brings the total receipts of tho treasury for tho period down to with compared as S119740995 tho corresponding in 8104930894 1S90 Here then is a total diminution of revenue going on at the rate of 103 051097 yearly Now It is perfectly futile for Mr Foster to keep on saying iu tho face of this showing that the treasury is in an ensv con- Â¬ dition It is in the highly uneasy condition of a man with more debts than money The appropriations call for an outlay of 100000000 during tho time when the revenue has been but SI 19 000000 That means an annual deficit of more than 140000000 Does tho secretary call that easy It is cer tain that he does not in his private talks with bankers whatever ho may feel compelled to say on the stump It is well known that he has been advised by friendly bankers to hold up ap- Â¬ propriations That is just what he has been doing as the figures show on their face He has been putting off tho evil day as long as possible but ho will have to tell tho truth in his report to congress next month and then the for- Â¬ lorn hope of his party that the demoÂ¬ crats may blunder in financial matters will have at least this basis to go upon that an unsurpassed model of blunder Â¬ ing has been set them by the republic- Â¬ ans N Y Post PO N TSAND OPINI O N S And now tov McKinley says tho pcoplo are tired of tariff agitaHe and his republican confer tion rees are tired of it but they will be more weary before tho campaign of 1S93 is over Toledo Hee The republican goose is not honking high for Mr II Harrisons rcnom ination at present Iu fact tho repub lican party seems to be rapidly reach Â¬ ing tho conclusion that its interests will be promoted by his cnrlj return to his employment as an Indianapolis cor- Â¬ poration lawyer St Louis Hepublic It is evident that the administra tion of Henjamin Harrison which throughout its career has steadily nar rowed its dealings with the republicans of New York to the establishing of Hon Thomas Collier Piatt in tho abso Â¬ lute and undivided control of the party organization cannot again command the full republican strength in an elec- Â¬ tion N Y Sun The New York Tribune extracte this gleam of sunshine from tho result Tho elections being of the elections out of the way tho college football campaign will now proceed under fa- Â¬ vorable auspices It is a pleasure to reflect that in these contest the best man will undoubtedly win That is ono reason why a good many persons prefer football to politics Detroit Free Press The claim of the republicans that Iowa is safely theirs in a national cam- Â¬ paign is not founded upon fucts Gov Holes has stated that he conducted tho battle upon tho tariff as well as the prohibitory issue and tho pcoplo of tho state havo stood by him The reliance placed by republicans in the Hawkeye state is now a thing of the past Iowa is now to be a fiercely contested battle ground and the chances nro all in favor of tlio democrats Chicago Globe Tho democracy of New York stato are thoroughly united and are to- Â¬ day in entire accord with tho senti Â¬ ment of the national democracy as to tho leadership and lines on which tho canvass next year should be fought Tho situation is one full of encourage Â¬ ment for the party iu every state in the union and an attempt to disturb it by the pursuit of chimeras in issues or candidates we believe would be severely reprobated by tho party at large Such a pursuit however is now highly improbable Albany Argus Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Gludstnnu pays but littlo attention to doctors and in somo respects is very Now that Secretary Foster has got reeklesh of his health Ho is frequent- Â¬ through campaigning in Ohio and has ly seen out of doors without nn over- Â¬ no longor any motive for concealing tho coat at times when the wind seems cold facts nbout tho condition of tho treas and raw to n younger man Hut ho ury we think ho ought to let tho pub Â¬ rarely takes cold lic know how serious that condition is Somo criticism has been made of Tho record of treasury receipts and tlio prince of Wales for shooting in kid expenditures for October completes gloves and calling him a butterfly four months of the current fiscal year sportsman The English press arc in- Â¬ and shows tho samo alarming falling dignant at this accusation and say ho is off in income that has been noticeable by far tho in tho royal fam Â¬ finest ever since the McKinley tariff took ily and can hold shot own in any coun- Â¬ his full effect For the last four months try Â¬ jmK OPVRICKT 1091 jjfe A James Parton in a littlo talk about Charles Kingsley at tho timo the latter author visited Amorica in 1879 declared that tho perusal of Alton Docke up in a Now York garret gave him more pain than any experience ho had ever had before or since so harrowing was the delineation of suffering and degra Â¬ dation Prince Henri D Orleans is a nico looking young man of ngrecablo man- Â¬ ners who is often seen in the Parisian world chiefly in tho houses of members of the monarchic party If he has any marked characteristic it is his extreme Â¬ ly English appearance which is accent Â¬ uated b3 his almost exaggerated style of English dress Osman Pasha thcohero of Plevna has been located as sealer iu tho kitchen of the sultan of Turkey His peculiar business is to seal all the dishes for the sultans table as soon as Uwy are prepared and thus secure against poison they are carried into the royal dining room and the seals broken only in the sultans presenco Robert Harrison who has been librarian of the London library for more than thirty four years has had a re- Â¬ markable opportunity to meet and know personally many of Great II ri tains greatest men and women Among his acquaintances havo been Thackeray Lord Lytton Charles Hemic George Eliot Carlyle and Gladstone Miss Virginia Fair the young Cali fornia heiress will hereafter make her homo in New York She is a charming young girl in her early teens She is refreshingly natural as bright as the proverbial dollar and wonderfully worldly wise for her age She is a tall slender girl with thick curling hair of russet brown very decidedly tinged with auburn and with great gray ejes When the fair Virginia Fair attainsher majority she will be one of the richest young women in America Her educa tion which has hitherto been conduct Â¬ ed in a convent will continue under privato tutors Â¬ Â¬ Stick to it you may havo to wait Tho troubles that havo been years in gathering cant always bo cfcared away in a aay For all tho diseases and disorders peculiar to woman- Â¬ Somotimes scription is tho surest and speediest remedy You can depend upon that but If your caso is obstinate givo it reasonable time Its an invigorating restorativo tonic a soothing and strengthening nervine and a positive specific for female weaknesses and ailments All functional disturbances painful irregularities and derangements aro corrected and cured by it All unnatural discharges bearing down sensations weak back accompanied with faint spells and kindred symptoms In every caso for aro corrected Favorito which its recommended Prescription is guarayitccd to givo satisfaction or tho money is re- Â¬ No other mcdioino for funded womon is sold on such terms That proves that nothing else offered by the dealer can be just as good Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ hood Dr Pierces Favorite Pro- Â¬ w HUMOROUS He meV I She to kiss me Y Why do you move away from I thought you were going He I wouldnt kiss you for the world Press wasnt Ulessyou All she lacks of beauty is alittle plumpness This is a frequent thought and a wholesome one All of a babys beauty is due to fat and nearly all of a womans we know it as curves and dimples What plumpness has to do with health is told in a little book on careful living sent free Would you rather be healthy or beautiful Both is the proper answer New i ork oil N ScorrRovNBChenuitsi33SoiithjtliAvfijue VotirJruppstkeeps Scotts EmuNion of cod liver all druczuts everywhere do i 33 That Howl Explained Charlie What makes the old cat howl so guess youd make a noise if Waiter 1 you was full of fiddlestrings inside N Y World Hotting is a fools argu George Of course it is when Harry ment the chances of winning are against George you That was the idea I Iloston Tran- Â¬ was scekiug to convey Â¬ script Lobulation NimkIimI There are twenty three widows and daughters of revolutionary soldiers who still draw pensions though tho last malo survivor died long ago This fact leads to somo curious speculations as to tho number of widows of veter nns of tho civil war who may bo on tho pension rolls ono hundred years hence Hut under proper legislation thero need be no fear on that score There is no justice in taxing tho people to pay a pension for tho romainder of her llfo to a young woman who married a vet- Â¬ eran about to drop in his grave A woman who marries a veteran after tho war is over undergoes no hardships that give her a claim for pension Hut had such a law boon iu cxistonco it would mnko a great difference In tho number of widows on tho pension rolls Thero has boon somo legislation on this subject but more may bo nodded N Y Press Minneapolis Tribune to small boy Photographer Now sonny you sco this picture of a boy with a gun Fix your eyes on that I and look pleasant Small Hoy cant Im afraid Photographer What are jou afraid of Small Hoy Im afraid the gunll go off Too Many Huts In the Gloamfondly--Sweeing Algernon Da Hois t girl I fain would call you mine but but Sweet Girl softly A II u H Well dear hesitatingI love you fondly but ly S icily Algy if you please cease be Â¬ ing a goat and talk like a man Pitts burgh Bulletin Couldnt Catch Iliiq Tho mother of four daughters of whom one has re cently been married was asked by a young man sitting beside her iu tho drawing room whom sho would like for a And winch of my girls could you nice best Jle fighting shy Tho married one Fliegende Hlatter Think Hofore You Speak Miss Whopper Now you dont think these shoes are too small for me do you Clork They look a littlo tight Miss Whopper Well I shall go where I can get a pair to fit me Proprietor who has heard all Young man you havo grossly insulted a lady I dont want such a man in my employ You aro discharged sir Urooklyn Citizen Home Scokor inspecting a flat How in the world aro pcoplo to livo m such cubby holes as these Agent Easy enough mum All you need is folding beds and camp chairs and tables and a few thin s liko that Humphl I can hardly turn round in these rooms myself I seo mum Its too bad to be alllet ed inuuj You should take auti fat Â¬ Â¬ J Â¬ Â¬ son-in-law self-doubling-- Mr Wouldnt Say Heans Clara Mild is very bashful Wo make him stay to dinner and at tho table we couldnt get him to say beans Stella Why he would starve to death in Hostou Urooklyn Citizen Sho Wants to Please Mrs Young Have 3ou any beets wife Grocer Mrs Y Yesm Please send me up two pounds of live ones Grocer Mrs Y Yes my hus- Â¬ Live ones band says he has no use for dead ones RELIEVES all Stomach Distress REMOVES Nanscn Senso of Fullness REVIVES Faiunq ENERGY Congestion Pain RESTORES DR Normnl Circulation Warms to Toe Tira CO mA Mo HARTER MEDICINE St Louis Before Buying 91 your t lk water Uo not to Ltht scan 9 tho the PO UK tight as hereInshownilteve holding chc end or any where Water Proof water somo Sllchcr COAT TmiCiuiTOMncnmmiioiritliwattrtiKlt Thero are poods In the market that vcrv mio Ui ik iu ejery ium Wo Towersto IMPROVED ho trttytehtre the jxet or stiri lu kutnnrle our dialers to niaku jrooj any Slckor that talis In either point snu W Itrand Trade Mark Pi TOWRR Afr Boston aCS tihtnt eury team and Plsb BruD J ma Tifc k LU 1 J sfl TyJf H JlI Dr Lulls cough Syrup SftCTr J0NE8 OF y TON SCALES kDcamBoxTareBeiTTtJ 5 60 BINGHAMTGN XMSU3 L t1 H mm urn - 1 Send at once for our Catalogue soo tcstltponij C N Niwcomb Davenport Iowa - r fcV VM r r i tho Areogagus or Mars Hill as it is called It took only about thrco min Â¬ utes to walk tho distance and tho two Dr Tnlmairo Doscriboa His Visit to hill tops aro so near that what I said in tho Acropolis religious dlscouroo on Mara Hill was heard distinctly by somo English gen Â¬ The Center of Allien of firecco of tho tleman on tho Acropolis World Mnrlile Areliltocturo That lln This Mars Hill is a rough pile of rock Stuort for Arch a Monarch fifty feet high It was famous long be Â¬ of All lltiln fore Now Testament times Tho Per Â¬ sians easily and terribly assaulted tho Dr Talrnngcs sermon Sunday wib Acropolis from this hill top Hero as takon from Actsxvll 10 Whllo Pnul sembled tho court to ry criminals It waited for them at Athens his spirit was held in tho night tlmo so that the was stirred in him when he saw tho faces of tho judge could not be seen city whollr given to idolatry nor the faces of tho lawyers who mndo It bccmed as if morning would never tho plea and so instead of atrial being come We had arrived after dark in ono of emotion it must have been ono Athens Greece and tho night was of cool justice Put thero was ono ocsleepless with expectation and my casion on this hill memorable abovo all fratch dlowly announced to mo 1 othcra A llttlo man physically weak had 2 and 3 and 4 oclock and and his rhetoric described by himself tt the first ray of dawn I called as contemptible had by his sermons ur party to look out of the win rocked Athens with commotion and ho Sow upon that city to which Fmil was summoned cither by writ of law or aid he was a debtor and to which tho by hearty invitation to come upon tho whole earth is debtor for Greek archi- Â¬ pulpit of rock and givo a specimen of tecture Greek sculpture Greek poetry his theology Greek eloquence Greek prowess and All tho wiseacres of Athens turned Greek history That morning in Ath- Â¬ out and turned up to hear him The ens we sauntered forth armed with moro venerable of them sat in an amphi- Â¬ most generous and lovely letters from theater the granito seats of which aro the president of tho United States and still visible but tho other peoplo his sotrctary of state and during all swarmed on all sides of tho hill and nt our stay in that city those letters caused tho baso of it to hear this man whom every door and every gate and every some called a luuatio and others called temple and every palace to swing open a mad cap and others n blasphemer before us The mightiest geographical and others styled contemptously this name on earth to day is America follow Paul arrived in answer to tho The signature of an American presi- Â¬ writ of invitation and confronted them dent and secretary of state will tako a and gavo them tho biggest doso that man where an army would not Those He was so built mortals over took names brought us into the presence of that nothing could scare him ard as a most gracious and beautiful sov- Â¬ for Jupiter and Athena tho god and ereign the queen of Greece and her goddess whoso images wcro in full cordiality was more like that of a sister sight on tho adjoining hill ho had than the occupant of a throne room not so much regard for them as ho had No formal bow as when monarchs are for tho ant that was crawling in tho approached but a cardial shake of the sand under his font In that audlonco hand and earnest questions about our wero the first orators of tho world and personal welfare and our beloved coun- Â¬ they had voices like fiutcs when they ut this morning wo try far away wero passive and llko trumpets when through where stood the Agora pass they were aroused and I think they laughed in tho sleeves of their gowns tho ancient market place this locality as tliis insignificant looking man roso where philosophers used to meet their to speak In that audienco wero So-Â¬ disciple walking whilo they talked logician cialists who know every thing or and where Paul the Christian thought they did and from tho end of many a proud Stoic and got tho flung tho longest hair on tho top of their laugh on many an impertinent Epi- Â¬ craniums to tho end of the nail of tho curean longest toe they wcro stuffed with Tho market place was tho center of hypercriticiMn and thoy leaned back life and it was the social and political with a supercilious look to listen As where people went to tell and place in 1SS0 I stood on that rock where hear the news Uooths and bazars Paul stood and a slab of which I were set up for merchandize of all brought from Athens by consent of tho kinds except meat but every thing queen through Mi Tricoupls the cash and there must must be sold for primo minister and had placed in yonno lying about the value of com- Â¬ he der memorial wall I read tho wholo modities and the Agorauomi who ruled story Plble in hand tho place could inflict severe punish- Â¬ What I have so far said in this dis-Â¬ The different ment upon offenders course was necessary in order that you schools of thinkers had distinct places may understand tho boldness the defiapart for convocation The Plntcvms set ance the holy rocklessness tho mag must meet at the cheese market the nificence of Paul3 speech The first Decelians at tho arbor shop the sell- the frankincense oxen on tho way to sacrifice statues of thunderbolt ho launched nt the hill ers of perfumes at Prometheus tho Acropolis the moment all aglittor headquarters 1 he market place was the deitios Dionysius Hera Poseidon with idols and temples Ho cried out a space 350 yards long and 250 wideand Â¬ Hermes Demeter Zeus WI13 God who mndo tho world was given up to gossip and merchan- in ono frieze twelve divinities centaurs philosophizing in battle weaponary from Marathon they thought that Prometheus made it dise and lounging and Â¬ made All thirt you need to know in order to ohariot of night chariot of the morn that Mercury mado it that Apollo it that Poseidon mado it that Eros tho sun horses of the understand the Bible when it says of ing that Therefore disputed ho in the fates tho furies statue of Jupiter hold- Â¬ made it that Pandrocus mado it gods Paul Porcas mado it that it took all the ing in his right hand tho thunderbolt met him market daily with them that gods and You sec it was the best place to get an silver footed chair in which Xerxes of the Partheon yea all the tho Acropolis to make it of audience and if a man feels himself watched the battle nereSalanis only a goddesses of is tho colossal and hero stands a man without any to proach he wants people to few miles away called Minerva in full armor eyes ecclesiastical title neither a D D nor preach to Hut before we make our chief statue of reverend declaring that tho visits of to day wo must take a turn at of gray colored stone figuro of a evon awas mndo by tho Lord of Heaven the Stadium It is a little way out but sphinx on her head griffins by her world and earth and henco tho inferences Tho Stadium was the side which arc lions with eagles beak go wc must hand statue of Liberty in that all splendid covering of tho Acrospear in one place where the foot races occurred tho peoplo standing near Paul had been out there no doubt the other a shield carved with battle polis so steps thattho Parthenon could Â¬ of and even the slippors sculp- on tho for he frequently uses tho scenes of scenes and tied on with thongs of gold hear it was a deceit A falsehood A ho tells us tured that place as figures when Look at the saw this sham A blasphemy Let us run the race that is sot before Far out at sea the sailors abovo faces of his auditors they are turning raising us and again They do it to obtain a statue of Minerva glittering highthe sun pale and then red and then wrathful in corruptible garland but wo an incor- all the temples gilding Here are statues of equestrians statuo There had been several earthquakes in Tho marblo and the ruptible graces hat rcg on but that was tho severest and have been removed hut tho high of a lioness horse thero aro the ihock those men had ever felt in bronze mounds against which tho seats were and yondor a statuo said in tho tirao of Tho bombarded had Persians There is a piled are still there Tho Stadium is heights tho from Acropolis ic to have of its own accotxl CSO feet long 130 feet wldo and held Augustus i Mars Hill but this Paulino bom- Â¬ - around from oast to west and Thero is to day the turned40000 spectators out of shields bardment was greater and moro ter- Â¬ very tunnel through which tho defeated spit hood statues made havo What said his hearers bnttlo statuo of Apollo rific racor departed from the Stadium and conquered in locusts statuo of Anac we been hauling with raahy yokes of of from the hisses of tho people and thero the expcller and singing statuo of oxen for centuries these blocks from went reon drunk are the stairs up which tho victor a Grcok memorable for tho quarries of Mount Pentolicum and to the top of the hill to be crowned Olympodorus no was enccrim whuu have wo had our architects putting up with the laurel In this place contests the fact that down a trait worthy these structures of unparalleled splen- Â¬ cast with wild beasts sometimes took place others were Put walk on And around dor and have wo had tho greatest of all sat on of sculpture and while Hadrian the emperor and yonder you seo a sculptors Phidias with his men chlsol yonder height 1000 beasts were slain m theAeropois pcrimeuts statue of Hygen and tho btituo of ing away at those wondrousfrlczot and onc celebration cutting away at these fighting the Minotaur and tho and Put it was chiefly for foot racingnnd Theseus of Hercules slaying scrponts havo wo taxed tho nations resources statue t uo I proposed to my friend that day that Petronius said it was to the utmost now to bo told that those wo were in tho Stadium that we No wonder find a god than a man in statues seo nothing hoar nothing while to should trv which of us could run the easier know nothing this histori- Athens Acropolis Tho most of its Oh Paul stop fot a moment and glvo sooner from end to end at Oh tho aud word given by tho cal ground ho nt the statues made from tho these btartlcd and overwhelmed Make side by side but temples and to catch their breath lookers on we started quarries of Mount Pentolicum itors time Tako a look before I got through I found out what marble way from the city I have here 1 rhetorical pause the Paul meant when he compares very a little table a block of the Pantheon iround you at tho interesting landmy scape and givo your hearors tlmo to bplrttunl race with tho race in thisevery on made out of this marble and on it is recover No ho docs not inako oven a Lay aside Stadium lie says sculpture of Phidias I brought it period or so much as a colon or fieml My heavy overcoat and jny tho weight This specimen from tho Acropolis friends freedom from such encumber has on It tho dust of ages and th marks olon but launches tho second thun Â¬ in tho anee showed tho advantage in any kind battle butyou can got derbolt right after the first and God asido every of explosion and of tho delicate luster same breath goes on to say laying of a race of from it some Idea dwclleth not in teraplos mndo with weight was covered It u of tho Acropolis when it Oh Pnul Is not deity more hands We come now to tho Acropolis ot tins marumuuv clrcumfer- - with a mountain i i 4vr tnlloa in shapes that genius in tho Parthenon or more in tho These feet in clr all tho exquisite striped with silver um or moro In tho Elechthelum or enco at the baso and 1000 could contrlvo and cumfcrenco nt tho top and 300 feet and aflame with gold The Acropol a moro in tho temple of Zous Olymplus high On it has beon crowded more In tho morning light of those ancients than in tho open nlr moro than on the elaborate architecture and sculpture must have Bhono as though it hill where wo are sitting more than on which yonder thanin nny other place under the wholeÂ¬ were an aerolite cast off from Mt nymottns out honey from morel No after tho bees get their temples must Originally a fortress heavens tho noonday sun Tho Ho dwelleth not in ward a congregation of temples and have looHed like petrified foam ho responds Paul statues and pillars tholr ruins an en whole Acropolis must have seemed like temples mode with hands on the pulpit Hut surely the preacher chantment from which no observer ever tho white breakers of the great ocean Aris of rock on Mars II 111 will stop now His No wonder that breaks away endure no more Two tides thought it tho center of all things But we en not stop longer here for audience can are enough thuuderbolts Orceco tho contor of the world Attica Â¬ a hill near by of more interest No In the same breath he launches Sough it has not one chip of marble to tho center of Greece Athens the cen the surest We the third thunderuolt which to them U ter of Attlcn and the Acropoll a statue or a templeascend more fiery more terrible more aeol- Earthquakes have AcropolU to center of Athens hasten down the shaken if Verrcs plundered It MARS HILL Lord Elgin the English ambassador got permission of tho sultan to remove from tho Acropo- Â¬ lis fallen pieces of tho building but ho took from the building to England tho finest statues removing them at tho expenso of 00000 A storm over- Â¬ threw many of tho statues of tho Acro- Â¬ polis Morogini the general attempt Â¬ ed to remove from a pediment tho sculptured car and horses of Victory but tho clumsy machinery dropped it and all was lost The Turks turned tho building into a powder magazine where tho Venetian guns dropped a tiro that by explosion sent the columns fly- Â¬ ing in the air and falling cracked and splintered Put after all that time and storm and war and iconoclasm have effected the Acropolis in tho monarch df all ruins and before t bow tho learning tho genius tho poetry tho art tho history of tho ages I saw it as it was thousands of years ago I had read so much about it and dreamed so much about it that I needed no magicians wand to restore it At ono wavo of my hand on that clear morning in 18S9 it roso before me in tho glory it had when Pericles ordered it and Ictlnus planned it and Phidias chiseled it and Proto gines painted it and Pausauias do scribed it Its gates which were carefully guarded by the ancients open to let you in and you ascend by sixty marble steps tho propylica which bpaminon das wanted to transfer to Thobes but permission I am glad to say could not be granted for tho removal of this architectural miracle In tho days when ten cents would do more than a dollar now the building cost SJ 300 000 See its live ornamental gates the keys intrusted to an officer for only ono day lest the temptation to go in and appropri- Â¬ ate ho treasures be too great for him its ceiling a mingling of blue and scar- Â¬ let and green and tho walls abloom with pictures utmost in thought and coloring Yonder is a temple to a goddess called So many of Victory without Wings tho triumphs of tho world had been followed by defeat that the Greeks wished in marblo to indicate that victory for Athens had come never again to fly away and hence this temple to Vic-Â¬ tory without Wings a temple of mar Â¬ ble snow white and glimmering Yonder behold the pedestal of Agrippa twenty seven feet high and twelve feet square Put tho overshadowing won- Â¬ der of all the hill is tho Parthenon In days when money was ten times moro valuable than uow it cost 4000000 It is Doric grandeur having forty six columns each column thirt four feet high and six feet two inches in diame intercolumniations Wondrous ter Painted porticos architraves tinged with ocher shields of gold hung up lines of most delicate curve figures of horses and men and women and gods at Constantinople Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lshing than tho others as he ortos outi Hath mado of ono blood all nations Oh Paul you forget you are spoaklnjf to tho proudest and most oxclnslvo audlonco in tho world Do not sny of ono blood You can not moan that Had Socrates and Plato and Demosthenes and Solon and Lycurgus and and Praco and Sophocles Euripides and Esohylus and Pericles and Phidias and Miltlndes blood just llko tho Persians llko tho Turks llko tho Egyptians llko tho common Yes saja Paul herd of humanity of ono blood all nations Surely that must bo tho closing par Â¬ Ills auditors agraph of tho sermon must bo lot down from tho nervous strain Pnul has smashed tho Acropo- Â¬ lis and smashed tho national prldo of tho Grcoks nnd whnt moro can ho sny Those Grecian orators standing on that plnco always closed their addresses with somethingsublimn and climacteric a peroration and Paul Is going to glvo thorn a pororatlon which will eclipse in power and majesty all that he has yet said Horotoforo he litis hurled ono thundorbolt at a time now he will Tho lit- Â¬ close by hurling two at once tle old man under tho power of his speech has straightened himself up and tho stoop has gone out of his shoul- Â¬ ders and ho looks about throo feet taller than when ho began and his eyes which wero quiet becamo two flames of fire and his face which was calm in tho introduction now depicts a whirlwind of emotion as ho ties tho two thunderbolts together with a cord of inconsumable courage and hurls thom nt tho crowd now standing or sittwo thunderbolts of ting aghast--throsurroction nnd last judgment His closing words were Pccnuso Ho hath appointed a day in which Ho will judgo tho world in righteousness by that man whom Ho hath ordained whereof Ho hath given assurance unto all men In that ho Hath raised Him from the dead Remember thoso thoughts wcro to them novel and provocative that Christ tho despised Nnznrone would come to bo their judge and they should havo to get up out of their coinotories to stand before Him and take their otcrnnl doom Mightiest burst of elocutionary povrer over heard Tho ancestors of somo of those Greeks had heard De Â¬ on his oration in mosthenes heard yEsethlncs tho Crown had in his speeches against Timarchus and Ctesipho had heard Plato in ids great argument for immortality of the soul had heard Socrates on his death bed suicidal cup of Hemlock in hand leave his hearers in emotion too great to bear hnd in tho theater of Dionysius at the foot of tho Acropolis the ruins of its plled up amphitheater and the marblo floor of its orchestra tlll their seon enacted the tragedies but and Sophocles of yEsehyluB uolther had tho ancestors of these Grecians on Mars Hill or themselves ever heard or witnessed such tornadoes of moral power as that with which At Paul now whelmed his hearers thoso two thoughts of resurrection and judgment the audience sprang to its ect Somo moved they adjourn to some other day to hear more on tho sumo theme but others would have torn tho sacred orator to pieces Tho I sup-Â¬ record says Some mocked they mimicked tho pose it means that solemnity of his voice that they took off his impassioned gesticulation and they cried out Jew Jew Where did You ought to you study rhetoric hear our orators speak You had better go back to your business of Our Lycurgus know moro in a minute than you will know in a month Say where did you got that crooked back and thoso weak eyes from Ha Hal You try to teach us Grecians What nonsense you talk ubout when you speak of resurrection and judg ment Now little old man climb down the side of Mars Hill and get out Somo of eight as soon as possible Hut that sceu adjourned mocked to tho day of which tho UAcrod orator had spoken tho day nt resurrection and judgment Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ o tent-makin- g Â¬ Â¬ qombs norm oauttov 0 8 COM1J Mrittwx patronage ef the travellaf m The rtipeotfuliy lollolted Table the UtLim irery attention fer the 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solitude congenial companionship both for tho sake of health and happiness Just as your lungs after using up all tho oxygon In a close room need to bo filled air ho your with fresh mind needs contact with other minds to get new Ideas Thero is such a thing as mental as well as physical hunger Herders on tho largo cattle ranches of the west frequently become mnd from tho isolation thoy aro forced to on Vomctl on lonely furms and dure In small villages grow morbid and mildly insane and peoplo do not guess that tho cause is want of companion- Â¬ ship It is for this reason that a wom Â¬ ans work at homo is always moro trying than that of her husband who goes to his office sees now faces and has Â¬ out-of-door GUS MEYER with WMKERRG0 OJODDKI18 INO Hardware Agricultural Implements OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS MALTA PLOWS FOSTER STOVE CO COOKS MILLS EVAFOIlATOEi CHAMPION HEAPEItS MOWERS 8TODDAHD AND ACME HARROWS DOORS AND bASII A SPECIALTY No HO 112 Seoond Street IIIONTON OHIO Oly DO YOU WANT TO SAV 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ryf r A ti i r i it i HWIIIMMJMdUUm lunra fJIIIJlUlllUiM iiMiinmuiumj Hazel Geeen Herald SPENDER COOPER - WASHINGTON LETTER WAMllNCITCMf i 1 - si ffV Editor Dc J8 1891 4 a jfttt K I I kf U v Mr Blaine has not written a letter de cliniiiL to be a candidate for urrsidemt but he lias done something more pleasing to the country at large bv announcing m m m M AsS45fTXJ5tfv tho conclusion of a treaty of commercial v r fff rfTftsiim r y srf zitjvai i a nnvtti reciprocity between tho United States and tho Jiritihh West Indies and British Guiana the full details of which will be announced in a proclamation by Presi if HAZEL GREEN KY dent Harrison to bo issued about Jan 1 Dec 2o 1891 Among the important concessions made by the British is a reduction of f0 per BRIEF EDITORIALS AND NEWS NOTES cent u the duty on American flour This treaty coming so soon after the announce While three men wero tntnping n blast ment of the ono made with Germany in a well in Fleming county it went on shows that Mr Blaine is thoroughly alive i III prematurely and blew all of them out of to the importance of pushing tho recip PRESIDENT rocity idea Our business with the coun I Zt Zf tho well killing John Brandy colored H 1BO MI1 IV LI vfcw rWI tries named in the new treaty has been m Citizens of Pulaski county met at Som- including exports and imports about S W erset Friday ovoning and organized a 10000000 a year PmiC wSiwKMlLliM P 3 BY Sr mM President Harrison did a graceful thing pipe- lino company to pipe oil from the VICE PRESIDENT Wayne county oil fields The capital of in sending the nomination of six of the new circuit court judges to the senate the company is not stated by naming two Domocrats The nomiEdward Fitzgerald was hanged at the nations aro as follows First district A H Columbus 0 penitentiary Thursday at Judgo W L Putnam of Maine who is CASHIER midnight for tho murder of a Cincinnati a Democrat Second district Judge Na policeman and it has since been ascer- Â¬ thaniel Shipman of Connecticut third tained that his name was not Fitzgerald district George M Dallas of Pennsyl vania who is a Democrat fourth disafter all but Edward JIanlon W trict Nathan GofT of West Virginia The forces of Gen Joseph Ii Foraker sixth district W II Taft of Ohio who ASST CASIIIEK are being constantly augmented and is now solicitor General of tho denart3iL3Jl RffiWISKa KtstfBa EZEgflK JSiilcrt SfvSSSSfJW litihmti fcltf there is every probability that he will bo mem oi justice seventn district Judge the next U S senator from Ohio John Wllltlltll A Wrirvrlu liniK JHWKii i mi If vuJ wii iiwlnif f S district of Indiana The Democrats Sherman will have to let his new barn Has ample facilities fordoing are already talking of trying to defeat go and mend his political fence a general hanking business So- Â¬ tho confirmation of Judge Woods on ac licits deposits makes collecTo savo tho five per cent penalty an count of political decisions he has made tions gives prompt and careful attention to all businoes entrustimmense throng poured into the county In the same batch of nominations was ed to it and extoix to it ftA treasurers oftirc at Cincinnati Friday to that of Warren Truit of Oregon to be jaA5wJ the most liberal lz-z-sZt--saiA pay their taxes and there came near U- S district judgo for tho district of accommomr ions consistent wit n Alaska correct banking business being n panic To prevent disaster an Senator Kyle of Dakota who is an extension of time was granted Alliance man stvles himself as indc the Dcmocratie members of the n lit J M KlUA Pronlent Wil HHIGHT Secretnrvaiul Treasun r Cincinnati comes to tho front with crat and as he has been claimed by all tee on rules Reed nnd Wurrows ai- the another murder Dick Ryan a semi parties the following statement made by Reiiiblican members YOU sporting man of that city was on Friday himself is of general interest The ON Hhot and killed by James Horn a man of fact is being generally recognized that tho same class who shot his victim from financial legislation is our most pressing ONLY FOR A need and I hope for satisfactory results behind whilo another man held him DECKER BROTHERS from this session of congress To us it Business is now looking up a bit ac- mattersnot whether Republicans or Dem cording toR G Duns weekly commercial ocrats introduce bills in line with our AND A YEARS SUBSCRIPTION report It states that the moncj markets ideas Wo want relief from whatever TO THE aro well supplied in all parts of the direction it may come Free silver coin LAIlGKST FoiwniiY and maciiink shop country and that the quantity of pro aire limited to that nrodtnwd liv Amnri in can mines will perhaps be the best we j duets marketed in tho last few months can get at present but that is a start is largo beyond precedent nnvndsof H0ILER AND EXGIXE REPAIRING SKILLFULLY Wo hold tho secretary of the treasurys A Decker Bro Grand Upright Tiano 65000 the lowest LiviXG pricks J M KELLY PreMdwi t A freight wreck near Shepherdsville report to the contrary notwithstanding A Gladiator Watch and Case WOO nnko 99 EAST MAIN STREET Foundry K U RAILROAD f on tho L and N railroad Friday result- that the per capita circulation is much A Lcmairo 24 lino Field Glass 2000 less than J3 Senator Plumb was near A Holman Parallel Libia ujoo ed in tho death of Conductor Jones and A Venice Parlor Clock 1200 tho serious injury of two other employes est right when he stated at the last ses A High Grade Safety Bicycle 125J0 sion that it was from 7 to 10 Wo Tho engine nnd ten cars wero turned also 2500 expect something to bo done with j An Elgin Watch and Lo33 Casa A ilavdOCk KlfiO Joil Stirncr 1 upside down and tho body of tho cona good lamp senator fctantords land loan bill or a 20000 Handy Top li ggy must be simple when it is not simple it is ductor had to be dug out from beneath similar measure and some legislation in A Railway Watch in 14 Karat Caso CVA 7300 s r tint faww - imrif wuilllllTaM tho cars tho interest of western agriculturo par- ALifo Scholarship in Watters l2 words mean much mijuc jjcuuiiiu Lroou tnese but to se Tim 7500 Commercial Collcsre j will impress the truth more fnrrihlv Owing to expenses the state incurred ticularly as regards the irrigation of A All foi Six Octave Champion Organ arid lands As a large percentage of the 20000 tough and seamless and made in three pieces only vutjfcififvijf in recapturing tho escaped convicts etc Indian 3000 population of the country live in A Double Barrel Shot Gun it is absolutely safezxn unbreakable Like Aladdins tlio Tcnnesseo state treasury is empty A Silvcrcno Case 7 jewel Watch 1000 my state it is only natural that I should ui oiu i is lnneea a wonderful lamp for its mar A High Arm Improved Sewing Machinei500 To mako matters worse tho penitentiary be anxious to see velous light is nurer and hrifrhtor ti Indian affairs taken A 15 jewel Watch Boss MJtZ BA Case 3500 lessees have refused to pay tho last quar- out of boodle politics and softer than electric light and more cheerful put upon a A Five Octavo Parlor Organ than either 15000 u Z5i ters hire of tho convicts 10000 and common sense basis Upon strictly A Gladiator Watch Duobcr Caso rf lnmpIenlcr lnstt the genuine KocErr nii1Vhe YiielSS1lJ8TRR- l0 Us e for 3000 iei ollr ew lhtmM catalogue nnil we stato officials last week were compelled party questions Mr Kyle will probably A John C Dueber Watch X- Case V SS 4000 varieties froVtheVi to negotiato u loan of 200000 to pay voto with tho Democrats as he owes his And 82 other valuable Dremimns will UOtHKSTBU LAMP CO 12 Place Netv VVU committee assignments to the caucus of be presented to yearly subscribers of exponsca m that party and his election to the souate tho Weekly Enquirer in J S Clarkson late assistant postmas to Democratic members of the South Enclose one dollnr lor uApril 1892 Â¬ years subAtpijn yafri piy ter general gives it as his opinion that Dakota legislature scription to the Weekly Enquirer nud James G Blaine tho plumed knight Senator Pettinger the Republican senis likely to bo a candidate for presiden ator from South Dakota has introduced what will bo the number tial koiiors next year At least n know a bill authorizing the secretary of war to in tho five Inrgest lists of subscribers received from Mn J I Cabr mickorr 3rovo homo ing wink and tho remark I guess you furnish rations tents and camp equip Nov 1 91 to March 31 92 uijiTtKfujiucino Iwis says Fnrm tryiujj 2 After every known roniody ments to tho members of tho G A R larKolluucfi i removed a will havo a chance to voto for him For same term last winter it was has oi wo ycurs sianuiUB rrom a 3 year old tlUy S who attend the national encampment 2999 nnd tho winter before was with three implications of been so construed by thoso who had a M05 I here next year The premiums arc to be presented recent conversation with Clarkson War talk is again provalent hero to a to those whose guesses are correct or tY thirteen-year-ol- d considerable extent particularly among nearest correct For full list see boy named ICollar Itlathobostnroparatlonl have ever used or heard S of 1 heartily recommend It to all ilorseineu called upon somo citizens of Newport thoso whose interests are centered or con Weekly Enquirer now the largest 12 page dollar a year paper in tho United We have hundreds cj such Icttimonials Friday night add related a horriblo story nected in any way with the navy States u Price HI nn noviixtti of tho brutal murder of his little two Whether President Harrison has taken kdoes not keep H send us 25c stum w or silver for trlnl box of these individuals into his confi iDK UARK COMPANY i w rifux jc Wliltehall N Y year old sister by their father George somo dence or thoy are simply talking in CINCINNATI O Kellar living at Four Mile a place- situ llMWtM the air when they sav that unless ated about 11 miles from Nowport in Chili shall have given us i WANTED satisfaction by Campbell county Tho sherilf deputy tho timo congress reassembles in Junuaiy Good Solicitors mnko from 200 to 800 shorifl and corincr at once left for the ho will in a special message urge upon a day during Winter Season Only those CATLETTSBURC KY scono to investigate tho story congress the necessity for immediately willing to work ladies or gentlemen need The Largost Drug House in iho Ohio Valley apply ENQUIRER COMPANY Cincinnati 0MttUttfaoturera of 228 RLMEDIFS that aro Fold by tho Dozen declaring war upon that country is a Stephen B Elkins of West Virginia 10000 bquaro Foot of Floor Room 2S Hands Employed Scientific American question The preponderance of opinion has been nominated by President Harri favors tho Agency for XH Oi O0 HWr NX0-- 0HK latter theory irotrietnrs vf tlu lanioiis n iriiirtfoi ol the S ip son as secretary of war Mr Elkins has i HINDOO KIDNEY rcnowiieil Kl t r T t C i I n is now thoueht that con cress will IV II L K V It i CORDIAL always been a warm supporter of tho adjourn for tho holidays on the 2Hd inst illio only riiiinlv tluit i Mild nn nn iilso i ylirtln iwn iiKnin III lull- i Ji illilS Iin in III nue KliinintM to chit nil Inlns mnl nn nisonlersor the Khltiovs xiuiiKimii plumed knight and beforo accepting although a majority of tho house would Aehet Crumps mill folic ItiurrliiPii Dv K I tmil fiintiiy Organs i TIioiiuihIn of cor i entcrv ili Isi il liiiuiiiniit this appointment consulted him as to bo willing to adjourn tomorrow if the titientes of tliote who luivo iimm this oiiully Hit nest lininicnt in tin worhli nm ifcicv rt will he scut on nnnlii ation OAVCAVR whether ho would bo a candidate for the xenato would take the initiative Speaker I ruitK a- - 1 kxts THrtUE MARKS presidency Mr Blaine stated that he Crisp announced tho committee on rules COPYKIQHT3 etc VkO lOK SV1K BY DltLM Mov ANli COLNTJtY SlOltKS KVKUYWlliafS a was not seeking tho nomination but if it at tho Wednesday session of the housr For Information nnd frco UnndbooS write t munn ft co am niKiAnwAY nkw youk ami contrary to custom ho did not select OldNt bureau for rocurtmr natonU In Amorlca camo to him ho would accept and that bronchi for the majority members the men who Kvcry tatont atakim out by us vt cbutu btuoru tho publlu by notlco nlvcn frui in ilio in Qvent either Mr Harrison or he wero aro to be chairmen of tho ways and the nonlinQC Mr Elkins wquld ho all menus and appropriation committees it G rijtjkt Mr Elkins then nceoptod Its bolng understood that Springer will gvt lATKMt rlrculntlon of an iSnUUn iwnnr In thn I Ki lilitl An Htttatri wurtd K HIJ4ifttta i seen who will bo the Repub life fornW and Hoitnn the latter While man iiUii Iki SKORT HAHD TYE VRITIHq ii PJMMANSHI vi IiWA1vTO ETC AT TH 8IT m Hil l t SN ii LX- il T A STRAT70H lloiiu nominee though BAT LOUISVILLE XYBbsiK Ml3 SQJTH WiSJ MeMilllu aid Catching wore iufccd as jrari TH1I1D AND JEfFERSOH STREETS CATiLOE f R lS4iS m W K H m arv Mvsi tKRsf 3HfcP i yesmTsik WINCHESTER KENTUCKY Â¬ Friday YLtll fife All UP CAPITAL 7500000 WASH MILLER 4 4 Â¬ Mm swWWsv Jm O m 111 I n Â¬ rSkJ m ji 1 I I tT WILLIS I 1 Â¬ rOmm fifer lS Mil SfeffiiMji I HAMPTON Â¬ Â¬ J I l P0YKTEK - 1 mm mmmp mmm mm mmwfiwWim n 1 mamumBSissmPmmppmwm 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- - siSJiriSffiSsa o - wu1OTetr WHEXEYER Â¬ GRAND PIAiyO I Office 99 EAST MAIN STREET Shop K U RAILEOAD Lexington Foundry Co KMiIiF at VISIT LEXINGTON CALL TI IE near 7th St WEEKLY EM BER thk Â¬ JuOXlILgtOIl Â¬ Ky Seeing is Believing Â¬ Â¬ S And jsr TiPf- Â¬ iit 1 - Â¬ W W 1 The Rochester tY SKT Prk - rv Â¬ GUESS WMfi Â¬ nssamiiil i Wl QUINNS OINTMENT Â¬ Sov3 to ENQUIRER BGENTS tu - WHOLESALE MAMUFACTURINC DRUGGISTS - m Â¬ -- M I S lS All Sill i - W i- - 1 VK4ft te HWl mm yTi wotm riiily I ctww Awninn t i v i h niid Hreathltt than nil other papers In the Â¬ Hlato ami merchants in Mt Sterling Win 1 - Vm a larger Green Hazel circulation in Herald Wolfe Morgan chester Lexington Louisville and ChichV nntl will finil it Tin uitsT mkuium through which to secure- Mountain Trade ADVERTISING KATES TltANHIKNT Advertisements hiHcrtcd for less than 3 months will he 75 cents an inch for the first insertion and 25 cents an inch for each Bub Hcqucnt insertion detaid 1 Vauin Transient Advkrtihino advancr Inch most 7 CO 8tanhino aiverti8rmknth 12 montliH 12 fit i inches 15 00 inches 18 75 4 inches 22 00 5 inches 25 00 6 inches Liberal rates on lurgcr advertisements made known on application Local notices to be interspersed among reading matter 10 cents a line with a discount of 25 per cent where they run a month or more Obituaries tributes of lespect etc 8c a line Count six words to the line and send money with the manuscript We will write obituaricB and publish at 5 cents a line Marriage and death notices not exceeding ten lines solicited and published frkr Â¬ 5IiILL8 FOR REGULAR ADVERTISING PAYARIR QUARTERLY ON DEMAND Address SPESCER COOPER Hazel Green Ky Christmas piff to everybody tm Magoffin county and his friends will be KilliB Puckett and family have moved glad to hear that he has besido met with to Powell county in field While services were in progress nt tho T PIERArET Mixirimine tho only permanent cure H F JPIERATT Christian church Saturday night W G for all forms of hcadacho and neuralgia Lacy who win pausing noticed a blnzo relieves the pain in from 10 to 20 min- Â¬ issuing from the roof and quietly enter Â¬ utes For salo on positivo guarantee at ing the church told a fow men nearest The Herald office or sent postpaid by DEALERS IN tho door Tho congregation was then mall on receipt of price 50 cents a box informed of tho fact and great excite Â¬ Notice I will bo in Mt Sterling after ment was the result Everybody rushed for buckets and soon there was a brigade Christmas it being to tho interest of tho COUNTRY PRODUCE STOCK of bucket bearers with water but thero order that I as secretary and trcasuu r communications Address all was no ladder to be had for some time ho locate Fraternally lo mo thero and when one was secured it was found MATTIE O QUICK8AIX to bo too short by several feet Arbury L U Scc Trcas Ky State F Buy your goods while they are cheap and now is tho time Brooks however mounted to tho top of it and tearing off somo shingles at tho Duriug tho firo at tho Christian church cave got a hand hold in the sheeting and Saturday night Eddie son of Dr Taul Â¬ soon climbed to the roof Dr Taulbee bee rnn against tho end of a ladder some took a position at tho head of tho ladder and this is our reason We want to buy morogoods men wero carrying and sustained an ugly water waarapidly passed up and the firo wound over tho loft eye Dr Taulbee was soon subdued Had there bcon any Dont you see that is business Wo aro not fa business did not hear of it until after tho fire wind blowing at the time the delay in for pleasure nor for health but for the profit and when he dressed tho place and ho Is now merely getting a ladder would have given the tho way to make it profitable is to sell overybody And tho doing nicely flames such headway that the building way to sell everybody is to sell cheaper than anybody And could not possibly have been saved The Tho law card of A H Stamper of is what we are going to do for Cash or Country Pro- this issuo of our that fire caught from a defective fluo of tiling Campton appears in which will bo removed and a brick one paper and tho attention of our readers duce -- Wo havo extended the Credit System until wo are compelled to close our built The damage was small Men and is directed to it Mr Stamper while a books and wo respectfully ask those who owe us to come in and pay part women worked like beavers young man is a lawyer of considerable y K1 your note or account Trusting you wm uocu or all of CO ability and is now acting county attor- Â¬ H F PIERATT Very respectfully c Our old friend Bill McNabb recently ney Peoplo who have business in tho married his second wife Mrs Patrick of courts should consult him J H F PIERATT CO LIVE Good People Play Progression s am 8om ot P Born To the wife of Buno McNabb on Friday the 18th a girl if w If- - I E- - it vl Henry Godsey is expected home from in vain to discover perpetual motion Danville to spend tho holidays Ho has only told a few of his intimate Miss Clara Pieratt of Ezel is visiting friends of his good luck and we do not know whether be has applied for a patent her mother and brother at this place or not Should ho succeed in getting it Lacy has our thanks for patented it will prove a fortuno to him Mrs Southey a hice mess of sparerib and backbone No one wishes him better luck than we and we hope holl succeed That gray beard of yours can be col Â¬ ored brown or black by Buckinghams Taylor Day and wife of this place Dye were on Friday evening summoned to Mrs The Herald wishes everybody in the bedsido of Mrs Days mother on Sterling and this broadband a merry Christmas and a J G Trimble of Mt morning took the hack for that Saturday happy happy new year place where tney now are ine Aavo Ayers Sarsaparilla braces up the sysÂ¬ cate of Tuesday reports Mrs Trimble Invalids as quite ill and says her recovery is tem purifies and invigorates From another source it is use it doubtful of her children have The reports of the sick and our Camp learned that all Â¬ summoned nnd are now with her ton and Maytown letters are unavoida- been The many friends of Mrs Trimble at bly crowded out this week this place join with us in tho hope that incidentally we learn that Rov J E Bho may recover for she is a lovely old Wright of Maytown will preach at the lady Mothodist church in this place on Christ Â¬ Wm Haney a brother of Miss Mollie mas day Haney and half brother of Mrs Joseph colds Clark of this place has been the guest in cases of severe and sudden Ayers Cherry Pectoral if used accord- Â¬ of Mrs Clark for a few weeks past Mr ing to directions Is a sure cure Ask for Haney was formerly a brakeman on the Cincinnati Southern railroad and had a Ayers Almanac leg so badly injured while coupling cars Dora the little daughter of W T that the limb had to be amputated lie Swanno and wife drank a half ounce of sued for damages and tho railroad com- Â¬ tincture of iodine but was promptly promised by paying him a nico sum of relieved by Dr Kash money and giving him a life time place on J W Craven of this placo and John as a bridge employewhichtho Cincinnati city he live guards in side of the river in Linden of Gillmoro acted as taking W W Ringo to the Lexington The fire Saturday night should teach asylum our people to bo better prepared for such the resi- Â¬ an eraercency When a fire breaks out Married on the 18th inst nt dence of Monroe Nickell on Grassy it is not always that there is time to hunt to James Taubeo and Miss Lenio Nickell the town over for a ladder Ladders purposes only buckets be used for fire Rev J T Pieratt officiating ropes etc should bo stowed away at a of nice central point so that everbody in town When a litdy desires a piece dress goods it pays to buy it at a place would know just where to go in case of whore they handle the best Cassell a fire And this matter should bo attend f ed to at once But weve before given Price Lexington Ky is that place the same advice to no avail John Smith and Miss Martha J Rat Ladies of this section can buy tho liffo were married at the residence of the the finest cloaks dress goods blankets combrides father Tennessco Ratliffe on 18th Rev J T Pieratt tying the knot forts holiday goods etc to be found in tho State by a visit to the store of Cassell of Jackson is visit- Â¬ Miss Annio Cope Price 16 and 18 W Main Street Lex A Taulbee of ing tho family of Dr John ington Ky Their stock is lar superior on Tuesday in company to anything ever before shown in that this place and With Miss Sabina Taulbee paid our office city and the firm assures us that tho purchasa pleasant call prices will be satisfactory to all Â¬ Â¬ After rare good fortune another a life time of hard work and now when the frosts of age have tinged his hair he has found what thousands have sought Readers of The Herald could not make their friends a more suitable Christ Â¬ By vlrtuo of taxes duo mo for the years 1889 1890 and 1891 1 or one of my mas gift than rf years subscription to Deputi les will on MONDAY 4tli 1AX vr t l tnmn of nimnlnn WnltA UOUtlLV IVOIllUCKV UXPUU VU puvuu The Herald All orders will be filled House J and tho low price of 1 a year sale for cash in hand tho following tracls of land and town lots via promptly should induce many of our subscribers B to send it to somo distant friend Try it and make some absent friend happy for 8 NAME OP a wholo year IN WHOSE NAME LISTED SHERIFFS SALE forTAXES jauai lwJj NEAREST NEIGHBOR FOR SCROFULA scrofulous humor ulcers catarrh and consumption us in Eg 1890 91 1891 1889 1890 01 1891 1890 1891 1890 91 1890 1889-90-- 91 o Chenault D W Dennis G L Ely AW Elkhorn Coking Coal Co Hobbs A F Same Same 1 80 47 18 49 17 15 6 18 ths blood ECCoJ 1768 127 64 Ed Bowman Green lirowcr W E Buchanan 82 123 167 JFEly Ayers Sarsaparilla Tho moat economical aafo apoody and effoctivo of all blood purtflcrs will euro you H STAMPER CAMPTON OftVrs Johnson Tavlor JohnBon A F ad I W Maple 180 1800 oamo KaBh Elswick Robert GMc 65 Philio Little Jaa P Bush Isaiah Spencer Hazel Green Wm Ledford K U Land Co R A Kash Hazel Green Not located Wm Ledford Campton 72 11 15 09 Little J H Has Cured Others A Long M A Maple I W McGuire Fletcher Noble W H Malonoy G B Nickell G N 120 800 200 200 172 200 200 1890 1891 1891 1889 1890 1890 1890 1890 1890 1891 1890 1891 1890 1889 1890 1891 91 91 91 F Bush H Bryant Lee City Audy Wilson F Bush K U L Co Ohalr M E Powell Thomas 91 91 91 ATTORNEY AT LAW KY Â¬ Roubo W F Sizemore John Swango A O Patfon Virginia Profit Wm M Puckett M W 400 140 SPHowe 18 60 16 74 4 02 11 11 4 46 18 78 8 69 18 91 4 19 7 64 8 63 5 86 18 82 7 480 60 JS Ashley LGlloso 60 x Elizabeth Lawson Philip Llttlo his professional services to the citi Spencer G B zens of Wolfe and adjoining counties Will Swango H H make collections nnd remittances promptly Woods A J Walters McClollan Walters O D Sample ES 20 100 60 170 7 ETKash Ed Lawson 2 FARMS FOR SALE 260 888 JS F Bush1 Jno Tnulboo M O BF Spencer Walters Walters lh91 1890 91 1891 1890 91 1889 25 16 7 2 12 3 7 12 9 6 68 82 46 11 75 28 58 45 83 2 9 A farm containing 95 ACRES 0 miles from Mt 8tcrling all In grass except 8 in acres good soil good improvements anil or neighborhood with an excellent kooU good schools chard and convenient to Is churches and postofficc It a nice home and must he seen to be appreciated J will cive a better bargain than can be found in the State If application Is made before I ALSO A farm of AUOUT 365 ACHES near Ezel on Ulackwatcr Morgan county known as the Miles Kash farm about 100 acres clearthe balance In ed and in cultivation and timber This farm Ir susceptible of division I will divide It to Buit purchasers and take a few good horses in part payment and giro liberal terms on the balance Town Lot Attest C O HANKS S W O Do You Need Money you can get something better than dollars from us The completion of trado heretofore tho K U R R to Jackson has cut us off from a large wholesale Immonse stock of by us In sevoral counties cast and left on our hands an had coeds which we aro compelled to unload and in order to do so wo are determined to raako prices do the work prices which will make our patrons happy and makoÂ¬ competition howl We offer to Country Merchants extra inducements and guar are overstocked and antee to them lower prices than they ever got before1 Wo freights added cither will duplicate any hi with must unload Remember we wholesale or retail east or west north or south up hill or down Wo are now re Â¬ ceivlng such lines bought for cabh at bottom bargains as will fill every depart ment New fresh seasonable choice und cheap We can astonish you with nt it If so dg tf J O TRIMHIih Heres the llttlo Jeweler of Ezel Turned to a Watch the time to tell He is on his knees as me puuiiu bcvo And a prayer is made For the Jewelry trade Not that hes busted Or his trade has rusted But as times are tight chanco covered with goods at half prices As the prices wo name merely givo us a sold for moSey out of the goods wo cannot afford credit Goods will bo to get our casli only or country produco live stock and school claims taken in exchange Wo have opened a new department under the charge of Miss Laura Rawllngs nnd MiBs Lula Dav which is fully stocked with flneMilllnery Notions Ladies Carpeta and Oil Cloths School Books and Sup plieT Pictures antl Frames etc etcV Miss Rawlings is a thoroughly competent fiom You can Milliner and Dress Maker and we offer you a City Stock to select and at the very hero as anywhere get as fine and stylish Millinery and Dressos lowest prices Yours etc To sell goods lower Than ever before Open Face Stem wind They handle first class goods only American Watches 500 Wm T Halo and H F Wheeler ers all sell strictly at ono price to Urge Weight Clocks 360 both of whom formerly lived in Morgan and Beautiful Walnut Spring them a trial and givo Superior qual VMTUfr Jlocks 3 county wo believe write us to chango Bo suro 3 it ol Sewing Machine Oil T o1 bottles 10 papers from George- Â¬ tho address of their CAIIH w W Rineo of this place has actedÂ¬ cents Respectfully town Texas to Cornhill Texas strangely for some time and occa quite Â¬ Hetlouhtitrlght QP I iv 7r j i to We sionally demonstrated a disposition He had one of these attacks want your country produce We want violence and Saturday his brother A Livery Hd and Sale Stable and wo want to last week your surplus change up to inves HAZEL GREEN KY J Ringo of Menifee camo he was taken sell you goods cheaper than anybody Tuesday Ai mntm On -Co Double and Single H F Pieratt and tried and being found Itigs and Saddle Horses to Campton Â¬ tho asylum at Lex- Â¬ for hire Parties conveyThe anniversary of St John the evan insane was sent to ed to auy point on reason able terms gelist falling on Sunday tho 27th inst ington -- m nin attPiwl lo all calls for auc friend Fred Kellam Miznah lodco F A M No 537 will Our old Accomac bus ness of this kind elect officers on Saturday tho 26th inst has our thanks for a box of oranges tioneering aud solicit Respectfully o JOHN II PIERATT tho lodge being opened at 1 oclock p M lemons prunes etc received since our is a jolly good fellow A full attendance istleaired last issue Fred trave AMOS DAVIS with clever as mortals getto carry Price Lexington Ky of the finest Cassell a house that is one goods in that city for the finest lino of dress wishing ho and Eunice and all Manufacturers of train at Heres A lady can take tho morning merry Christmas and a the little ones a Torrent do her shopping at Lexington happy new year and return on the evening train The Tfce Re M W Pearl street ClaelHiiatl O Happy and content Is a home wits money she will save by buying of Cased jrlleaduaarUrsat West Liberty Ky h Price will pay her fare and she will have au enjoyablo trip beside We want 1000 dor eggs at 10c J H PIERATT f J rJLi HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY JOHN M ROSE Â¬ Â¬ Hose DEALERS IN Swango Draw Mcdi prices good tU H O SWANGO ai ENML MlBCmNISH HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY BETTMANBROSfcCo OIiOMXNG a Carry a complete lino of Dry Goods Notions Ladies Goods Gpnts1 Clothing Boots Shoes Hate Patent cines Saddles Harness c and sell FOR CASH at AU lower than over before seen in Hazel Green guaranteed as represented or money remnaea i nn t CHEAPLY nniMTlMr neatlyATTHIS OFFICE FJtOMOTY KXK- OUTKD JUD l4 ywtr writr tf r r f1 mi - - - 11 Hazel Green Herald KY SPCNOKR COOPER PhMWMt 7LAZEL GREEN ON A JOURNEY Years uro wo took a Journoy Sbo my bride a ilnlnty blossom Youritf nnd shy Ah J brlglit flie iuti tfiono odr us i irtls In Kwcotust chorus Siuijf Ufa lKvlher luy bctoro us Joan uuri I i Jcnnflndl iv J t i Bulltllnjj cnstles nlry castles To tin Uy Duilt a homo n shining structure Otron Mil high youth untouched by Horrowt Alesscd youth that scorns to borrow Troubles Tor tho coming morrow Drawing nigh I Hli But to day youre gono a Journoy All alonoj Folded hands upon your bosom Cold as Rtone All tho sky hongs low in wcoplng Shadows dark nro oer you creeping On ihls Journoy you Ho sleeping Heeding none Could I lift tho veil that hides you From my view Could I feel that on this Journey You but know How my lovo was but half told you How my uchlng heart would hold you How my arms would fain enfold you would any othor man bo un Â¬ der tho circumstances What is that may I risk Why lonplng money to tho settlers at thieving rates of intercut Ho just robs every man who borrows irom him1 You dont say why Wo must have an iron heart to tnko advantage of people that way Catches them in a close place I suppose and then bears down on them to the last notch Thats it exactly said Paul Then ho in a merciless miscreant A heartless wretch the other replied and I sympathy with those who are so unfortunate as to fall into his power Indeed i do Well I must ride on for my journey is a long one yet With that lie put the spurs to his horse and galloped away Louiso listened until ho waa out of hearing then gave asigh of relief Poul heard her and looked around Inquiringly Im glad hes gone she said Why asked Paul Hocnuse I dont like him He appears to be a gentleman Paul urged and Im sure he treated us very respectfully 1 like the way he talked JSTo not- - or to describe tho feeling at lonclim At lust the rain ceased nnd shortly a faint gray light began to show in tho cast They knew tho morning was coming and they never welcomed it more gladly in all their lives After several efforts Louise was able to stand Paul held her in his arms and slowly they walked toward home After walking a short distanco tho numbness began to leave her so she could proÂ¬ ceed with tolerable ease An hour brought them within sight of the cabin and soon thereafter lohn me them He had been out tho greater part of tho night in search of his daughter Louise was sopu at home weeping on her mothers bosom while Paul and John stood mutely looking on that comes over ono so situated laew a great many people about there I nupposo you have relatives nnd friends in or near tho town Yes the Greens and tho lllatchfords the young man re- Â¬ lllatchfords Then Are you Is he peated recollecting himself he stopped Louiso glanced up into her companions face but he turned it away and when he looked around again all the surprise had died out of it and ho was as calm as ever Do you know tho Hlatehfords Louise asked Why I have mot old Mr Hlatchford occasionally In fact he has transacted some business with tho house with which I am connected He is a banker Â¬ SCHOOL AND CHURCH Tho froo schools for colored chll drcn in Virginia for tho past twenty years havo cost nearly six million doU Tho estimate for tho maintenance of tho public schools of New York for tho ensuing year is S40278w which in eludes SJ000 for an exhibit at the worlds fair Two graduates from Harvard An ncx will open a school at Mcnlo Park Son Mateo county Cal to proparo young women for college with special reference to Stanford university Frances H Willard wants to haven professor of total abstinence connected with the now American university in Washington and proposes to raise a fund to support Mich a professorship Tho Imperial university at Tokio Japan is probably the largest in tho world having an enrollment of two thousand scholars and a facultv n forty members It is under government control Tho number of students seeking admission into tho St Vladimir university at Kiev Hussia is four hundred and sixty Of this number ono hun dred and sixty are Jews According to tho prevailing laws only thirty Jews can be admitted The chapel in the sequestered Augustiuinn convent at Heidelberg la whicli Ihc monk Martin Luther had preached during the convention of tho order in 1M8 has been given for a place of wnrshiti to a newlv oririniziil T therau congregation in that reformed Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - lars I think Yen aboutold Sornggs too Oh Firm and truol r C With dutnb mlsory enthralling All my heart l W Hampton in Yankoo Blade Far apart v v Earth to earth tho elodn nro falling Dust to dust my soul appalltng When might ccusothls throbbing anguish Liko a dart i 9 Then 1 think of this lono Journoy Idont know- - I just know thot I donltjikc him mid was glad when he icftus lhad a Sort of dread uud fear JL lie talked well enough but I believe ho meant it 1 didnt liko his looks from tho first Well I didnt notice anything particular in his looks Ho is young and very good looking What was there about him that you didnt like Louise dont Â¬ xativiv JkwV15V c T7jMi 1 1 N Oh father father she wailed in They filked but little rftor that nnd spirit how can you be socruel and unwalked at such speed that Louiso soon feeling as to disown your only child and became exhausted The night had fill your house with strangers Surely CHAPTER VII CONTINOED come on now and ofl in tho south tho surely if you knew how I love you mid Thoy hurried on as fast ns they could cloud was stoilinr up while ever and how your conduct hurts me you would nnd before the night came on they had anon a low growl of thunder rolled not be so cold and forgetful traversed several miles of the way slowly from the oast to the west and Through all of tho poor womans suf- Â¬ They wore hurrying on thus when just vivid forks of lightning streaked the i sJ lri7i II I IV ferings and after all her fathers neg as tho twilight begun to fall they heard heavens lect and cruelty she loved him still Paul Louiso said what shall we the fall of a horses feet behind them Ho had trampled her love in the dust and soon thereafter a man on horsebaelc do We shall be lost out here and rcpellsl and thrown her from him lacer Â¬ cume cluttering up They thought ho never find our way home ated and bruised hor heart but she still was going to pass without speaking We must go on Louise and do the retained for him the love of a daughter but when he had got in front of them best we can Perhaps we may find the and but a word or a token of kindness he checked his horse and turning in the wuv from him would hove sent her Hying to saddle so as to face them lifted his hat Again they moved forward but with IT IS NO rxrnusiox uirr IATIIIIl A his arms saying slow step for with fatigue fright and Harry IVrrson mused as he rode good skkvici Excuse me lvit could you inform me anxiety Louise wus trembling s6 that across tho prairie on the event of that whether 1 am on the road leading to she could hardly bear her weight- - enough for Louise to sec that ho was evening and tho discovery to which it Paradise Park The cloud spread out and soon the tlu stranger who had passettlier and had led and his thoughts ran like this man of fifty You uro replied Paul whole heavens was obscured Tho Paul tho night of the tjtorm She There is According to Practical Electricity it Thanks can jou give me the dis- Â¬ thunder grow louder and more frequent wanted help to get out of the slough least These no doubt of old not the Ordens are Hlatchelectrical instruction is now to be added tance until it became terrific and the light- Â¬ but she hoped the man would pass by ford s folks and that to other A matter of a dozen miles 1 prc ning flashed Incessantly Then directly without seeing her for now the aver- Â¬ tho one weve robbed girls mother is ed the youngstudiesinin the course provid Robbed Thats for men the evening classes it began to rain euuio First a few large sion she hod felt for him came back so putting it pretty strong but after all of the Young Mens Christian association Tho stranger asked no moro ques scattering drops fell but in a moment strongly that she drended to hear his thats about what it is were living of lloston Mr A P H Fisk a gradu tions and evidontly having gained all this was followed by a swift dash and roice much less feel his touch there on the fat of the land at old ate of the Massachusetts institute of Â¬ the informrtion he desired Paul ex a regular downpour succeeded A lie did not pass by however for he Hlatchfords expense while his own technology and at present engaged pected him to ride on Hut he did not stout breeze sprang up sweeping the had seen her fall and rode directly to daughter is living a out hero with the Thomson Houston Electric dogs He wont alon slowly for several yards rain along in groat sheets and blinding the spot purposely to lend his assist Â¬ in this outlandish place life a Its shame Co will deliver a course of twenty retaining tl same position in ilf Paul and Louiso who were compelled ance should it be needed So reining and old Hlatchford ought to be pun four lectures on successive Friday saddle and ki ing his eyes fixed on the to face it in his horse he sprang to the ground ished for being such an old heathen evenings and tho course will be illuscouple Loui e had not dared to look For an hour they kept on and all the and touching his hat said Hes the one Mints to blame and not trated by numerous experiments at him after tin first gin cc she cave tuno their speed grew less and less us Of course somo people who strain nun wnen lie came up somohowshu until at last Louise who had exerted service to you HOME INFLUENCES a point might tell Hlatchford that he is felt that his eyes werr Txed on her herself to tho full of her strength sank Louise blushed and stammered a con Â¬ a fool and refuse to accept the favors Tho Foumlittlon Moiiok In the Character and she felt an undefinai o dread of to the ground In an instant Paul was fused reply which was neither an ac Â¬ he ought to bestow elsewhere but of Children him and longed tobcviid of his pres ou his knees at her side holdinir her ceptance nor refusal of his offer and the that I dont seem to fine sense of Unhappy and undisciplined homes ricorAftcrnyhilo the stranger brpke head in his arms fand sheltering her next instant he had extended his hand justice as that have as sorrya for these I feel are tho silence saying face with his hut and she took it She was soon ou the poor devils of Greens and I sympathize ents the caldrons of great iniquity Par A dozen miles I cant go any further slie whis- Â¬ bonk again and That is a long ride while she shook the with them but it would be a little too or onharsh and cruel on tho one hand Â¬ the nnd this is goingto bo a bad ni jht too pered not another step loose water from her garments he gathered inconvenient to go back on the old mans ernment other hand up in their govare raising will bo terribly dark and J think it a generation of It Then rest here Paul replied The up tho flowers and replaced them in her kindness and generosity and renounce vipers A home where scolding and will rain donfyouV rain will blow over directly and then hands His conduct was so gentleman Â¬ in favor so It may possibly Paul replied Aro we can go on Im glnd its so worm ly nnd kind and his manner toward hor it their sympathy I guess Ill just give frctf illness nro dominant is blood rela- Â¬ them my in return for tho you a stranger in this section for tho rnin wont hurt us and we shall so modest that sho felt she had har- Â¬ money that is rightfully theirs nnd con- Â¬ tion to the gallows and the peniten- Â¬ tiary Petulance is a serpent that Yes entirely so I am just out from be nono tho worse for tho wetting We bored unjust opinions of him He treat- Â¬ tinue to live at Hlatchfords expense crawls up into tho family nursery up from tho railroad wont care for it when it is over and to- Â¬ ed her with tho utmost consideration Somo people might tho east and came consider it to day You live near I suppose morrow we can laugh about our ad- Â¬ nnd made no reference to the awkward slialjby in mcnnd for tlistrrmttQr Irather sometimes and crushes everything siioQ Wiiy t orc Yes quite nonr venture accident a good iiuiny ho fire acquainted with make religion are parent who even Then they wont on silently again and disgusting to their chilHut it was not tho wetting or the There now Louise kept wishing that tho stranger more fact of being lost that worried ready to resume he said when she was tho circumstances think that wav al dren Thoy scold them for net loving her journoy There ready but that is nothing in compari- Â¬ would ride away and leave them His Louiso She realized that it was not is They have an exasperating very little harm done and I hope you son to living in poverty No it may Christ presence antljils vgico bored her and the prpper place for her out there in way of doing their duty Incased is will excuse mo for intruding not be exactly honest and manly to live the frrmde hor neryous Pauf folt tnat his tho night ulono vtlijglier lgyor and sho It is no intrusion but rather a good as 1 do but its blamed nice and easy drenfamily altar at which the chil Â¬ company could very well bo spared and dreaded what her parents would think kneel Plossed is the cradle I dont and thats the main point anyhow Louise replied he would rather have him go but he Sho nevqr had been guilty of an act service in which tho Christian mother rocks the know Hut about that girl Shes protty had no particular objection to his pres- - that would shako their confidence and you how I should have ever got out if had not come tHo ono ever passes and somehow Ive taken a fancy to her Christian child Hlessed is the song the little ones sing at nightfall when sho felt that it would broak her heart this way that is hardly ever Shes an innocent little soul and as con Â¬ is closing tho eyes and looseningsleep U she should know tlioy harbored even tho Are you going west fiding as a lamb As soon as I saw her tho faintest suspicion of hor All this Yes sir My homo is ajittlo more that evening down there with that hand from tho toy on tho pillow Hlessed is cams through her mind and she broke than a mile in that direction mother whoso every farmer I folt an interest in her I sup Â¬ heart throb thatprayer is a into tears and sobs for her childrens That is fortunutofsinco I am going pose though sho dont hovo much Paul tried to comfort her never see- Â¬ that way and ifgu Vyill allow mo I liking to me I noticed that too of a Welfare Tho world grows old and tho ing beyond tho bodily inconveniences of can have the ploosuroof reolng you evening If she knew mo and that stars will cease to illuminate it and know the waters to ro Â¬ the hour Honest openhoarted soul nearly home WilMt bo anintruslon what relation exists between us f guess tains to guard fresh it and the moun it and its long story of that ho wa a thought of tho impro- Â¬ Instantly all hor four and dread of sho would like mo u good priety of tho situation never camo to tho man camo back to Louiso and sho Ill manage to keep that deal less Hut sin and shnmo nnd glory and triumph a mm lIbuovor thought of what others would have gladly spared herself of his this business with Seraggs secret and will turn lo ashes but influences that too that started In tho might say or think but knowing tho company Jmtjio had rendered hor n must be kept roll on nnd underjcover Its a gopd up through all carlv homeblooming iu purjty of- his own motives took it for great servieu nnq sue tnougiit it would thing to havo a tool to bear tho eternity granted that everybody olso would see bo ungenerous to deny him So sho in such matters and old Seraggs blame all tho joy waving in all tho triumph is so all tho song or tho all air in its truo liarnt t toldhimtluit it would not Jbo nn iutru- - used to being cursed that it dont hurt exulting in nil tho darkness shrinking back Into Wo cant iro any further Paul said aiuu Futhor him mid besides ho gets pay for 1my until tho rain is over forwc have Ho introduced himself as Harry Pear Â¬ it anyhow I must get up an oxcuso mother which way are yon leading your children Tulmage nothing to jMiidous and iflSvtftrumpcd son and as they walked along lie man Â¬ for coining out hero to Greens I want aged to find out a greatudeol about to get better acquainted with tho girl No Ve might pass and rdnasslvlthin a few Louiso and hor pnrentJjiio told him And all the way back tho young man Laura to TriulcsinnuH Scion visitor Tho Jobsons aro yards of it twenty thnc3 and never how many years theylhau bcon in ICun was busy trying to deviso an oxouso IM aiJU HES GONE 81IK SAID for in society now but they aro parvenues know it sos and that they came out irom tho coming to Greens and sad day for They cnut got around tho fact thnt enco Ho experienced nono of that Louiso silently acquiesced for sho cast Louise ho succeeded their grandfather was jln trade aversion for him that Louiso folt was too weak to stand and Ichqw that So you nro from tho east too ho to nr coNTiNunnl Tommy inopportuno Bmoll brother Are you acquainted naked tho it was impossiblo for her to go on even said What state is your old homo My grandpa was a policeman ho was stranger again breaking tho pause if it wcro best So they remained wait Â¬ Ohio Tho Skftirer Judge with Solomon Scruggs over at Para ing for tho rain to blow over and hour Indeed That is my horaoy Tho skewer was formerly used as a disc ParkV after hour passed Yes wo camo from near Djjyton Theyd All lie n tho Uit kind of tally stick nnd it continues to I nror Raid Poul and I supposo It was a solemn timo away out thcro Greoufyund from noar Dayton the find similar employment nt Lyons Oldboy Say plumber you aroavory most anyono in this section can tell you on tho wide waste of loncsomo prairlo yourig man J mused improvident man That is rather whero tho butchers pieces the saino Tho most of thorn know him in tho stillness of tho night with tho queer sure Hut psliawl there uro lots in tho middlo of rarely fail to stick of load nuts and leaving thoso about a plcco of meat a scrows lying quite well and they would perhaps bo dcop thundor rolling through tho heav- Â¬ of Greens in tho world and thcro might small wooden cylinder announcing by Thoyll surely bo lost great deal happior if thoy know him ens and tho lightning glaring and flash- - bo n dozen families of the n a mo from so many notches what every housowifo Leadloy Oh no my dear sir youre ieee ing all about It is impossiblo to pic- Â¬ near Dayton out hero in Kansas Thn knows to be the exact weight of the mlatakon Youll find em all in the lie Then be U not popular ture the desolation of such a scent aloud he said I live in Dayton and meat bill Brooklyn Life Â¬ rtHqmf P hwTFm fJ topy riii oFctpr r life nnvone Hut hes gone now so lets not talk about him any more Louises fancy struck Paul as rather ridiculous for ho was very matter of fact in his ideas nnd ho never counted anything on first impressions He put every man down for what ho claimed to bo until he knew him well enough to understand his character and motives lie judged that on account of her situation Louise was out of hurapr with the world and not in a frame of mind to form favorable opinions of of him hovo not heard much from him of late X urllPKST IN TIIK PATH Indeed He is a relative too Two or three weeks passed and then Ho is my grandfather one day Louise went across the country Ah Well that is your homo just be- Â¬ to a neighbors house She spent the fore us I presume so I will ride on greater part of tho day there and it Good day and he lifted his hat when was well on toward evening when she ho had mounted to his saddle and started home On the way back there cantered away was a long slough and it was full of When he was gone Louise was sorry water lilies and when Louise came to that sho hod not asked him more about it she decided to collect some of them her grandfather for in spite of the Accordingly sho began picking them heartless way in which he had treated where they grew near the bank but her parents she had a tender spot in human like not satisfied with getting her heart for the old man She would what were within roach she began to like to have known whether he was try for those that were further out and well and happy at Jeast and that the result was that she lost her bal Â¬ much the stranger might have told her ance and fell into the slough She was Hut it was too late now and she went not much the worse for the fall for on home and told her mother of her litthe water was shallow but her feet tle adventure and of the stranger stuck in the mire and she found after No Harry Pearson Mary mused making several efforts that sho could I do not know anything of him In fact not extricate them I do not remember any Pearsons among While in this situation sho heard my acquaintances at home some one approaching and after tho That was all Mary said but the men lapse of a minute or so a horseman tion of her fathers name had sot her lo camo in sight and soon he was near thinking and all that evening sho went about with a sad distressed air and more than once a long drawn sigh escaped her and often she lifted her coarse apron to her eyes to wipe away Â¬ chap riH vnr sir At least he was Wo CJ m I the gathering tears Al Â¬ tiwmhM - The summary of the workdonoby all the Christian denominations in Utah is about as follows Eighty five mission Christian schools in seventy eight dif ferent towns employing one hundred and seventy two Christian teachers and educating about sixthqusand five hun dred pupils three fourths of whom are from Mormon families Tho Icelandic version of the New Testament was printed in Denmark in l 10 The three hundred and fiftieth anniversary of this event was celebrated with much rejoicing by the Icelanders resident in and near Winnipeg They arc good Lutherans and show their faithfulness by earnest study and obedience to the Word The oldest college graduate in America so far as is known is Amos Andrew Parker of Fiwilliam N II He is also the alumnus who lias been graduated the greatest number of years from an American college Ho graduated from the luiiversity of Vermont in 1SJ1 and recently he celebrat Â¬ ed his one hundredth birtluhry He isa finely preserved old gentleman does not look to be more than seventy five and reads writes and gets about like a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ 4 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ir Â¬ Â¬ s -- -- - iff wmmru wMuVa - p HOME HINTS AND tallica HEUPS AllCClloto A- i W nncnnntinl rf crwln -- old laco may bo cleaned with roclc ftium that has been burned then pow- itercd line ana silted Dip a clean soft brush into tho powder and rub tliogold Afterward wipe with a laco briskly Mclean soft ilanncl Tho snmo method may bo used to brlghton gold embroid- Â¬ 11 Ono quart tvnrro water half a tcaspoonful of of salt ono ogy ono fourth cupful of yeast ono cupful of Indian meal and wheat flour enough to thicken sot ovor night in tho morning beforo baking Union Griddlo 11 n ery i To keep fish fresh clean and re- gills then insert a pieco of charcoal in their mouths and two or three pieces insido of them If they aro to be convoyed any distance wrap each fish hoparately in papor and place them In a box Fish thus preserved will keep wovo tho fresh sergeant of tho lifeguards very vain but possessed of much bravery wore a watch chain to which ho had fastened a musket ball being too poor to buy a watch Tho king having heard of this wished to expose him to ridi- Â¬ cule Stopping up to tho soldier ho said Sergeant you must have been economical I sco you wear a watch mine tells mo it is fivo oclock how much is yours Tho soldier guessing the intention of the king but nothing daunted immediately drew out tho ball saying Your majesty my watch JB neither five uor six oclock but It tolls me as often as I look at It that I must bo ever ready to dlo for your majesty Hero my friend added i I - lf Frpilfrlitr II U Beaver Uatmu Falls Pa i i Manufacturing Co lr9trClilss FR9- - II8 Prtiiaipal n llrHUolassliouso and of pro- - units used Tho Company has sale agonclcs In tho leading cities and their goods aro of course on solo ovcrvwhoro lney get out Catiiloguos and Booklets r aling to their various spocaltles and all their printed maltor Is exceptionally hand- IU11 iiiujii iw Bonn to uo npprcuintud Tho Catalogues and Hooklots will bo cheer- Â¬ fully seut to uny uddross Ulrp Panel Farm Koiire Steel Pioket rrcoand Flower Ouurtls Flexible Steel Wire Mats nnd Woven Wire Carpet It Is stated that this Jlrm uianuraeluros BO ptr tent o all wlro Gates German of Vicksburg Miss where I got well drenched in a shower of rain I went home and was soon after seized with a dry hacking cough This grew worse every day until I had to seek relief I consulted Dr Dixon who has since died and he told me to get a bottle of Boschees German Syrup Meantime my cough grew worse and worse and then the Grippe came along and I caught that also vcry severely My condition then compelled me to do something I got two bottlcsof German Syrup I began using them and before taking much of the second bottle I was entirely clear of the Cough that had hung to me so long the Grippe and all its bad effects I felt tip top and have felt that way ever since Prtsr J Brians Jr Cayuga Hiues Co donald Kennedy Of Roxbury St Joseph Nw niu mu know What I arrcat mo for voting twice I iriunji rouroauniuiiy uont you that even history repeats Itself Here is an incident from the South Mississippi written in April 1890 just after the Grippe had visited that country lam a fanner ou of those who have to rise early and work late At the beginning of last Winter I was on a trip to the City Syrup Mass says Kennedys Medical Discovery cures Horrid Old Sores Deep Spated Ulcers of year standing Inward Tumors and every disease of the skin ex- Â¬ 40 Maj Hoyt who lives in Cover tho bottom Dcs Moines is Sherman a brother of tho Ohio of a pudding dish an inch thick with senator and of tho late Gen Sherman pared sliced apples over these sprinkle He is the youngest member of tho fam- Â¬ cracker crumbs half on inch thick and ous family and bears a striking facial continue until the dish is full sprink resemblance to John and Old Tc ling sugar own each layer JJako one cumseli Maj Sherman was himself hour the ilrsfc half covered with a a brave soldier in the late war and is I2ut with cream plate now a member of tho organization of Jircud and Milk A nice way to tho Army of tho Tennessee serve bread and milk for supper where The rhetoric class was up for recita- Â¬ something hot is desired is as follows tion in a Maine normal school A Cut stale bread into slices and place in young lady in repeating several para Willi litftfiwl tAt ntntl 1111 II graphs of text very glibly made use of a stove a pan of milk when scalding What is an idiom I hot salt it well add the browned broad tho word idiom if desired tako from stove asked the teacher as tho youugludy JUlUsttcred Why 1 I didnt wjeover a few minutes and it is ready to paused for breath look it up I took it for granted it meant Iscrve f lioudin do Salmon Take a slice of the same thing as idiot I salmon of the weight you require Editor of Organ Coarso and abu Pouud it well in a mortar and pass it sive remarks Thats a good phrase through a sieve make it up into a ball Hy the way Mr Mower is on the other Pound up with it ugain an equal weight side isnt he City Editor 0 no hes Mix with the pomade suili ono of oir speakers Editor So Let oMnitter I think youd better change cient eggs to prevent it from breaking nits see fscason with salt and cayenne Put it that to keen and incisive Hoston tinto a pudding mold and steam it for Transcript an hour Make a good sauce and serve Herbert Spencer says Americans aroundjj lloston Herald are so driven by business cares that Apple linger Itoll ginger root tied they never stop to leisurely examine in a thin muslin bug in clear water un- Â¬ utvything Guess ho never Baw live or til the water is well flavored make a six hundred busy Americans standing simp of this water and sugar adding around two hours watching three men toita little lemon juice and allowing raising an oflicc safo to a fourth story three quarters of n pound of sugar to a window pound of apples When the sirun is Tlio Only One liver Irlntotl Can You rind skimmed clear boil in it a few quarters tho Word of tho apples at a tune until they beThere is a fl inch display advertisement comes clear no longer Itcplacc the in this papor this week which Iwb no two Upplc in the sirup when it becomes words alike except one word Tho sume i9 true of each new one at earing esuh week cold from The Dr Hurler jModleino To This A new idea in tho way of fancy house places a Crescent on every thug they make and publish Look for it etid work is to have patterns stamped solidof the word mid thoy will them ly in indelible colors This is very roturn the nuiiie beautiful lithographs or you boou pretty on white linen and gives a great samples free deal of effect for very little work as It is perhaps a trille superfluous to sa the outlines only require to be embroi that recent lailnres in the shoo trade were dered A running blue ribbon pattern because ol Inublity to foot the bills Low in i i in m ell Mail Ul lUHUIl IIUlU ii IH7 llj i UUL11I1UU i Willi MUS 1 the same shade is a charming one Children Knjoy Vc fast dyes are a new invention and The pleasant llofivnr gentle nction nnd Syrup of rigs when in vill without doubt become popular fcoothuig effects need of a Inxativo and If tho futher or for many things in the way of decora mother bo costive or bilious the most gratition fy intf results follow its use so that it is tho r bent family remedy knmvu ami ovory family should ha o a bottle FOR PARLOR AND BUODOIR -- several days B UJUVCU WHU 11118 lO know the preciso hour also in which to aut Com hlainthUivuvi Jinnthhil Trocha lmyo rcmurkablo curatlvo properties Sold u c ior me at tho sometime giving only ui boxtt him his own pocket timepiece studded WirrN thoro work to bo done the with jewels N Y Ledger buzz Is 1 LI1A lfirirp frt - -- j iii i At1- - Foa BaoxciuAL Asthmatic and Tulmon I j always willing to tako a band Yonkors Statesman sttw 41- 1- cept Thunder Humor and Cancer that has taken root Price I150 Sold by every Druggist in the U S and Canada Pan Dowdy M hln llin Mlln poor blood or dizziness tuko liecohatus Pills Iorsalo bi all druggists WHO RUPFIltS I Since aboil Is provided with a totipuo it ought to tell iiiHteud of being tolled Ulng hum ton Republican AcToits Vocalists Public Speakers pralso Hales Honey of lloreliound and Tnr Pikos Tootluicho Drops Curo in ono uilnuto wood Is suro to Liuwun wounur I K350 Dm Z5DI225 Z0D ire rW00 LADIES iisWPHPi SJj7VnBSi FOR DDYQ 1 I 0175 7K 9 J FOR Tun farmer who close lv packs his loatl ol strike tho popular chord iSSo Vf- - 1 1 1 Â¬ find IllOlllfltO liirrwtimi tulrtn LV1 WtlWVIIO if Utl inl 9 Jl TI uuuo Tl ijivur lv7 every mem 1 To nnouLATKthoBtomaoh liver and bowels ruis ingnu Try deo to disnrreo with you remarked tho green applo to tho small boy Augusta Chronicle 1 Miss GRATEFUL COMFORTING THE mwmaMm xmKiimMmmusm W L DOUGLAS S3 SHOE CENTtV1EN BEST SHOE V4 III THE WORLD FOR THE HONEY Â¬ EPPSS COCOA jj ULCERS CANCERS SCROFULA SALT RHEUM RHEUMATISM BLOOD POISON theso and every klndrod dlscaso arising from Impuro blood oucccssfully treated by that novcr falllng and best of all tonics and inodlcincs Ur n thorough kiionlodKO of tho niiturnl law which Kuveru tho oporslloni of illuoitlou and nil irtUwn and lj n curiiful appltciiUon of tba flno properties of woll iilectPd Cocoa Mr ItiipR hm proYldid our bruukfnat tablet with n dullrntelj flavoured buvornno which timjr iato tin mnujr hear doctors hill It l by tlio Judlilout use of ucn nrtlclos of diet tlittt a constitution muy bo gradual IT built up until itronit enough to ruslitt evyrjr ton denev todaeucu Hundred of oubtln malndlaro tlontfnu nrouiid un reiidf to attack vrhnrovwr thern Is a ncnlc point Vo mux escntm mnny a fntal shaft by keepliiKourielves woll torllDed with yuru blood and a properly nourished frame tirll Strvic Mado simply with bollluir wntor or milk Hold onlr In hnlf pound tins by Grocers labullad thus CO Homoeopathic Chemists JAMES EPPS London England BREAKFAST 1KNTIKMKN nnd LADIES utve yourtlol They Iar by wiiirliiR V L Douglas Shots meet tlio wnnt of all clnsies unit nro tho most rconomlnnl foot wear orcr ofTcnid for the money Iloware of dealers who offer other makes as bo lug just ns good nud bo sure you havo W L IIourIiis Shoes with uamo and price stamped on bottom V L Insist tF TAKK 011 Douglas ltrockton Mass NO 81HHTITUTK -- tfj local advertised dealers supplying you ILLIN0IS5 CENTRAL Swifts SpecjfisSSS j Elys Cream Balm v qiioklv ciitis GOLD IN HEAD KlV Applv lliilm Into Pitch nostril Â¬ B00I3 on Blood and Skin Dlteasca free Printed testimonials Bont on npilicatlon Address ftftjis fMlulpmmit built oiprossly lliihtMd tliroiiKhout br urn j to Swift Specific ATLANTA OA Go within in iIhj j A llUt6nVBrroiiStNT New anil elngacl for this sorrlcn rf a Ticket nuil further lufor million of four local ticket aunnt or br ntilrcsslnu AH llANaON Q 1 A 111 Ueut It 11 Ohlcngo IlC Dally at 900 p m from SOLID VESTIBULE TRAIN Ohlcno Â¬ s I iiui ruiilnt of t c fur ihiIhli 110 Kllllf IIUU TVMOI CANCHRS Catakuii t tKMlfJtl nlut mn UMlI iikh A DIV it lUrr far Cincinnati O AlllltlM Ilt c PHiPSV 1 critrn NO lAllIMt buy Tf lal iiickmp nii SKW HfM mi trVAMKTIIla I A6EHTS I ouipuiiiid thv Jreiit Tonic tniiiw 1 itiiPltiiiitl Iteincdr mill iliveno the spuitlln for Icnuil DItmsci Mi rite cmh prlro InrtlciilnrH froo JacKSOv MKiiCu CoIiiiiiIhim O r-tuui jmV iWMJWJ rlu PArKr Mimh No it ln ASTHMA it- - mutter pTIih RUPTURE P03IT1VELT HttmsM Ur 10W Send furrlrcii libit Incliiiia IO l CUItSD by D II imtftniiiir or a Iliulilli cnKlly used and KiiKiikiitKd tocuro vhtii per i crimtiy u od Irlco Addles SLOOntdruutrlsts or by mull 0 hyxi n v xix nscx1 ttj AMCTIIt5 hw Idni stuiidlnsr IR GUIIE kIvi s limiiiut rtliul tAtKIl CORED uml oron H IIAKILTONS hlU 1 oo li iiiiiiktos m not BggSraagaoo Fresh the ranchs in t lie Decoration of tho Koonts Mezzotints are to replace etchings as Tun wilier of cheap stories docs not feci it at all degrndiiiR to live on bis poor rclu tiotis liostoti Tiatibcript vcry small no bd effects nil troubles from torpid liver are relieved by their use The Full Trospcctus of Notable Features for 1S92 nnd Specimen Copies uill lie sent Itcc ntnong whom nrc Brilliant Contributors The SI fashionable black and white Pretty little books of Scotch poems and stories ono in a book arc very effectively bound in clan plaid cloths A screen of rope work may be made to appear very rich and it can tyit bo a relief after a good many of the more elaborate effects The rope panels wero lined with shirred India silk The use of tho candle increases con tinually in the parlor as well as the dining room The soft light is regard ed as very becoming to the complexion and as tho candles are now made to match not only every color but almost every shade of color as well their dec orative eifect is unlimited The huge wooden towel rings which as such seemed to have no especial cause for existence may find more Suitable occupation in sustaining a bed canopy One woman in an emergency to which tho village carpenter was not promptly equal bo utilized one of thorn fastening it to a brass hook in the cell- dlxXtT mwl unvv HiinlrK of fritHrifr out n Ijvatcnt for the idea m rA new idea for niano covers is to tako the yard squares of stamped velours otherwise scorched ciiuton flannel which aro sold in every fancy storo for forty five and fifty cents cteh tho designs in ropo silk linu with silk and with fringe The result is a very f handsome cover and it will prove a vcry serviceable ono as well One f 1w Snitni in 1 iv 1U l unit iiitiuin mu uuiri w j course for an upright piano Chicago Â¬ 1 Yol hardly realize that it iiiiiPilieiiiowlicn taking Carters Little Liver Pills they aro Sun Ho doesnt look like a literary man Count Fcrdinaiul dc Lcsseps Cyrus W Field Andrew Carnegie Frank R Stockton Justin McCarthy MP Sir Lyon Plnyfntr The Marquis of Lome Vnsili VercstcliaRln Dr Lyman Abbott W Clark Russell Tho Farlof Meath Henry Clews Camilla Urso Mrs Henry M Stanley and One Hundred Others Articles have been written expressly RiRlit Hon W H Gladstone or the comlnj oluino by n host of eminent men nnd women pen jet lie told mo lie iiiado his livinR bj his Ho does bos a pork raiser He from Illinois Tiger The Volume for 1892 will Contain The Best Sliort Stories Stories of Adventure Hints on Self Education Sketches of Travel Articles of Practical Advice Popular Science Articles Household Articles Glimpses of Royalty Natural History Papers Charming Childrens Page Railway Life and Adventure Five Double Holiday Numbers Illustrated Weekly Supplements Nearly 1000 Illustrations Large Pages 100 Nine Illustrated Serial Stories Rrap carefully tho advertisement of tho Iron Mountain ltouto In this paper The young man behind tho ribbon counJust because ter is not neuessarilv modest Statesman ho turns ull color- s- Yunkcra A liquid laugh may bo infections but It is not considered as stimulating ub u liquid smile Yoakera Gazelto L 1 i 700 A of Yard Ete water tears Doxn brown A sTCCK crullors -- Roses urlliing tho bulletin To Npv SubacrlborH Mho will cut out nnd hcimI um tlila nllp mIiIi muno nnd nddrtN and 317 wc will Mind Tho Cotnimnlun Free to Jnii ISO2 nud for n lull Yt ur from that Duto ThN oiler iucliidcN tho TIIANKH VAV YKAIlS Double Iliillduy Niiiubcta IIVINC CIMtlSTMAS uud AVo Mill iiIho Nftid a copy oTu lionii fit piilulluir inllllcil A VAItl OF Itn prniliirtlnii bun com TWKNTY TITSAM IKILUKS ItOSHS Atiilren Semi Cheek lYttl olTcc Order or liegttlercd lrller nt our rlik M THE YOUTHS COMPANION Boston Mnso 1 1 1 FREE TO JAN I 1892 This Slip and 1 75s Wait for tho wagon newsboys play upon words tho charade Mall nnd Express SiJPitrMi court seeing your best girl A 5oSfoawseaai Capo Cod Item Is ili fed rl1 n He Shrinks vi Unless tho waitor Is well fed tho patron -- Puck light A ciiivalkous man will never mako of an old Uamo -l- loston Gazctlo ho break of duy bo Tnr erack or doom ought toPost heard at Plttsburgh 1 - Puoonssioxs on tho march aro bound to giitlior by brusj bunds Picayune ti mo know a bank whoroon - a wild Lour run on it- LovvoU grows ThoroJsu I f Iost i Iomilur YuIvmL unci tor theater use aro pretty vol vet capes in Cavalier and Henri Dues shapes made with a stylish high collar Mmed with ostrich feathers Tho capos sre lined with some pretty contrasting color and tho smart little bonnet on LL us rantcnes tls lining in color unong tho many treasures in ij jjt r f ior can for damngo suits The preferred material Daltimoro Amorlono of largo checks -is I - I Wiikx a man goes down tho general vor dict Is that ho has gone up Dallaa Nows Wqman Is like a cigar You cannotludge Flttaburgh Distho filling by tho wrappcr patch - t t jjiiu nuiu iiuia iutciuij jj u bell aro tho turned tourist waa a capo of black moMiNENT among chestnut Blftlngs or Normnndy Toxas nnisnca with a jotted Medici Chimes 7lar of great lichness and olabora- teluno speech Is froquenUv notice l0 Cttpo was med wtn orange- - nblf for tho things It does not tcll LIma eel0 Â¬ UAV not washed properly Try the right llAI CnCD CURED TO STAY CURED rLVLII Wowunttho iiuiho and ad way Get a package of Pearline ITUli I U H and Canada Address AOl HmA UirolJ llayeiMD MibU an d do as directed Your things -FAHar7lijrlU be r on t shrink and they V i AGENTS WANTED softer brighter and better A x than ever before Thats tAUT0Nf the beauty of Pearline Bh22C CLOTHES LlH pTniSI wasning is not oniy easier but belter and safer iikiifWiiluiiillilHllkicniilu urlditculraAoi Things that you wouldnt jtpi II limnrlDi Hllk Mill IlitU I errr NJ VArmimjUm4 jmiHU the wear lEUCinilC inillBuurJdliabld Mf forte dare to trust to Law rra M yari ItCOBHICX BC a nd tear of the washboard rCRwIUrld BOSi Hullleiprnc ClMUaUfrf liftHif UM are washed perfectly with Pearline You save work wear time and money with it but you cant do any harm CenauMPtlvca nnd people i XLjuv sf v M 4V v n nkiiM A VV rfrillllXti So do woolens and flannels if theyre l7 i4s4 11 IJ111 M m Illit of IKNMION PATHIOK OAItRELL senator Patents Pensions hd InrriitordnlJeor toOhtklnlntrnt for How nnd IMUMV IAWK WABHIKOIOK D a 11 NAM THIS 1 -r--rr mAmdmvm TLk NAUHTHU A IT I MAMkTIillt Peddlers and tome Unscrupulous grocers will tell you IT S Mhi is as good as or the amo as Iearllne FALSE Pearline is never peddled If your Lrocer sends 313 JAMES 1vlc new voric you an imitation be honcslietti it tat Reware who have weak unci or AU maihoulduie 1laoe Care for ConiUBiptlon It hae cured heHBABtti it has not Injur ea one nil not uaa m laae armure Eu suite was a prin- bonnet of orange velvet this ifil cr formitf a soft undulating front a crowning and drooping ban- Cnt 1ct A latEo jet aigrette wM the only trimming and tho Btrings re of black volvot to bo tied under jored chin Timos Chicago Post proiluco such NoTnixo In tho world will carthquak- ein real estate as an Tcxas Biuing s would havo lot m a great deal moro niht on tho history of Noahs famous voy ofo if ho had used an incandescent arc Boston Poet IRON M0UHT1IN ROUTE THE WORLDS SANITARIUM Hound llfwure IUrt raliel ofirvlathU And Una VUtrtnt Ualfltt HulilltnO hCOnfrr DellillttuI Oil r- vi ltiitue Deueougnayrup e Bold eTerrwbero HiaUtlleallua Hot Bprlne Iullnmn llufetSIetlnCri Jttducfd Kounrf Trli wiUiout chine irnm Ku Iaul loInU la lbfUfi KUllrMrronndom allUrcouponllfnrtf atM tmpBlt ad Cnd ir KordKrl II Car1 TOWNJKNI twwl writ Comiianya arci It or AtothT LoUtfitO A N IC B ABVEKTIuVks 18 7 1 tke WMKN WKITINQ T etala that J tu law Vuiet A4rtUat PltAwT in IM n ti i - Tlioy nuvo Hint n Sky Parlor Wlir JOIINXIK WAS THANKFUL man and never suspects that thore arc people in the any hut world lie accostod the hotel clerk cor- Â¬ dially as he arrived somewhat breath Â¬ less at the foot of thi stairs I have often heard he said gener ally how hotel clerks tfot to be wonderfully sharp at rending human nature but Im blest If I can understand How you enmo to guess that 1 was fond of astronomy and liked to get good and high where 1 could look at the stars nights Washington Post well-disposed lloviisn good tempered old jruntlc f SPORTING -- U Â¬ B BECXTAnr PJJN VeTo HJ iPiH oSf t wm -- -- Â¬ A Perfect Succcbm vn after taking the Tonic The Iter A Antolne ot Itotugio Tex writ As far ai I am ablo to judgo I think Pastor Koonla8 Nerve Touto la a perfect buocobi for anyone who Buffered from a most painful nervousness as I did I feel like myself arista X t jt Go c Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Slur Look here young man said the lately resigned conductor to the railroad A Menu A Sunday School Superintendent Endorse It C F Brower editor You have And when I resigned the other day didnt I tell you Id worked for the comÂ¬ havent Ive always treated you white I Dorchester Co Md March 8 9L A aoholar In tho M E Sunday school of which I am Superintendent I know was com- pouod to stay at homo on account of hor ait pnout epileptic flta for eight months but slnoo using rastor Hoonlgs Nervo Tonic Bho at tone a Main and Broadway LEXINGTON KY pany twenty years 4 Conitiiuiptlnn Curil An old physician retired from practice having had placed in his hands by nn East India missionary tho formula of a simple vegetable remedy for tho speedy and permanent cure of Consumption Bronchitis Catarrh Asthma and all Throat aim Lung Affections also a posi- Â¬ tive and radical cure for Nervous Debility 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 follows Actuated by this motive and a desire to relieve human Buffering I will send freo of charge to all who desire it this recipe In German French or Eng- Â¬ lish with full directions for preparing and using Sent by mail by addressing with stamp naming this pHper W A Noyk8 820 Powers Block Rochester N Y 4yl Â¬ Â¬ sort No he replied solemnly I was Tmrlirr Mr Ueauregard I set your name on thinking of the public Washington this painting Why you must have Post painted it Miss Dilly Taunt Yes I have boon Tin laws of health are taught in our taking lessons of Mrs Stillyfe for three schools but not in a way to be of much weeks practical benefit and are never illustrated Mr Heauregard I had no idea you by living examples which in many caccs could paint so beautifully could easily be done If some scholar Miss Dilly Taunt Oh I only did the who had just contracted a cold was name brought before the school so that all Puck could hear the dry loud cough and know A Chungo Not Wrought by Time its significence see the thin white coatA Maine woman one hundred years ing on the tongue and later as the cold old says that in her day children were develops see tho profuse watery expectaught to write by making impressions toration and thin watery discharge from on birch bark To day birch bark tho nose not one of them would closely infolding the parent bough is forget what the first symptoms of a ever cold used to teach children by making im- were The scholar should then be given pressions with it upon them Chicago Chamberlains Cough Remedy freelv Times that all might see that even a severe cold llomonpntliy Applied to Finance could be cured in one or two days or at In tho far West said tho tall man least greatly mitigated when properly from Utah we dont have no bank fail- treated as soon as the first symptoms apures We cured them fancy financiers of pear For sale by Rose Swango that folly by the homeopathic method Not So llnil After All You did asked Guiles as he put down Ids glass Mrs How did you manage McFadden Im very queer it again doctor My cough bothers me Why easy enough Whenever a so Im afraid Im going to die bank suspended wo suspended the Genial Medical Person Never mind banker Worked like a charm that its not a very difficult thing to do The did Chicago Times last year of our life is much easier than the first You see theres no teething An Apt Â¬ Â¬ I believo so And yet this is the kind of a send off An honist Swede tells his story in you give me And he laid the last plain but unmistakable language for the this medicine free of charge This boon prepared tho issue of the paper on the table and benefit of the public One of my chil- Pastor remedy has Fort Wirne IndbysinceRovorond Koeniff pointed to the notico of his retirement dren took a severe cold and caught the is now prepared of his direcUou by tho iff7 and under which stated that he had worked the croup I gave her a tenspoonful of Cham eompany for twenty years St Joseph berlains Cough Remedy and in five min- Â¬ KOENIG MED CO Chicago III News utes later I gave her one more By this Sold by Druggists at 81 per Bottle 0 for 85 time she had to cough up the gathering large 8Ue 8175 0 Bottles for 80 in her throat Then she went to sleep Hows TIiIh and slept good for If minutes Then she 1891 1892 Wc ofTer One Hundred Dollars reward for any cnsoof catarrh that cannot be got up and vomited then she went back to bed and slept good for the remainder cured by taking Halls Catarrh dure of tho night She trot the croun tho sec P J CHENEY CO ond night and I gave the same remedy Prons Toledo 0 Wc tho undersigned have known F with the same good results I write this because J Cheney for the last 15 years and be- Â¬ one in I thought there might be some Normal and Preparatory School the same need and not know the lieve him perfectly honorable in all busi ness transactions and financially able to true merits of this wonderful medicine Clias Thompsecn Des Moines Iowa carry out any obligations niudebythcir f0 cent bottles lor sale by Rose Swan firm Wist Thuax Wholesale Druggist go Hazel Green Toledo 0 For the Public Weill Waldino KlNMANit Mahvix Whole My good girl said an experienced sale Druggists Tnlt do 0 Halls Catarrh Cure U taken inter amusement purveyor take my advice un nally acting directly upon the blood and and dont go on the stage -Ml 1 mucous surfaces of tho system Testi nujusi II hue sum snnrpiy you monials sent free Price 7Ge per bottle are going to undertake to save mo from 5fgyaggl a terrible fate or something of that Sold by all druggists Golly Im glad my mother wear slippers like them Puck dont FREE regularly I think the cure tho most remark able 1 have over seen or hoard of and this Nervo Tonic dosorvee tho higlit ocomiums It has my fullest ondorscinont JOHN A EEEBE JB A Valuable nook en Nervous Disease sent freo to any address and poor pUenta can also obtain BSTDONT GO ELSEWHERE TO BUY YOUK tBt Â¬ Â¬ WOOD MANTELS WALL PAPER HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY FURNITURE DRAPERIES CARPETS Â¬ IIL Â¬ at prices that will save you money Having large show rooms we carry a complete stock in all the different branches and with facilities for buying at the lowest possible prices we are enabled to successfully meet all competition Cincinnati IMLWe can supply you Â¬ 1 Ppr -t- Bvr FSsSIvV 552 JllJfw -- and Louisville Prices Duplicated C K HPUfiBile5fftl 27VSrr-SllfeJ F Brower Carpets Furniture Wall Paper Draperies Co Kr5sK tSft7s fctrllSEs fMla WB1BJH ffijflplpBJpBC fe Srt3ll t i rl VTOTn8JB5W SKCOXI TEKM HFOAX 1G MONDAY NOVEMBER 1891 Â¬ TEACHERS COURSE embraces all the brunches required in the Common Schools Theory and Practice a specialty Daily drills for Teachers UrSINESS COURSE embrnres the Tea chers Coarse Rook Keeping Business Forms nud Transactions and Commercial Â¬ W -- fctJ SV sSBSpq 15 1891 Laws H KENTUCKY jy 52ZZKS22ZSZ22Z3n CENTRAL RAILWAY Â¬ Â¬ SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE Oar rates are less than any school in Entcrn FROM CENTRAL KENTUCKY Kentucky Rates of Tuition per Month ENGLISH COURSE prepares for Ken tucky University and Colleges of that class- ANCIENT MODERN LANGUAGES iiiuk on ass koutk J 2 fiSTIN EFFECT NOV THE - gMtotMeotttootttetteteettt I OLD KENTUCKY ROUTE OfrOO Jury Klin wood Stock Fur in Mr W H Gentry writes I am glad of tho opportunity to speak in praise of sale by Rose Mnddox iazzum your wonderful Quinns Ointment Have recommended to several friend who are as well pleased with the results as I am For Curbs Splints Spavins Puffs and all bunches use this standard remedy For Swango Identifying 111m Who Is that dilapidated-look-Inj- r Â¬ individual ins in college and delivered an eloquent valedictory on The Secret of Success --N Y Sun A Thats a man named HawkGraduated at the head of his class who have found no relief from other treatment have- been An Ahuoluto Xec lty cured of rheumatism by Chamberlains II Irving Uooth Wouldst thou favor Pain Balm Do not give up until you mo with the temporary possession of have tried it It is only 60 cents per thy electric diamond bottle For sale by Rose Swango Possart llarrett Wherefore mine heart She I learned how to cook when I II Irving Booth I am chartered to was In boarding school enact to night tho Politician in the He sampling her cake And whon Metropolitan City at yon Hoboken did you forget Munseys Weekly oreat many persons Jewelers Circular A Useful Ilolatlve Einstein how do you manage to make a living if you are always selling goods at less than cost Ill doll you but you musd geep id glose I haf a cousin who vash a tire insurance adjustor Puck Illustrated with Cuts My barber told me a very funny ONE DOLLAR WEEKLY Buys a good Gold Watch by our Club Sys tem Oar 14 karat gold tilled caes are war ranted for 20 years Flno Klgia orWaltham movement Stem wind and sot Ladvo or Gents size Kqual to any 50 watch To secure agents where we have none we sell one of the Huatiac Case Watches for the Club price 28 and send C O I by express with privilege of examination before paving for same Oar Agent ot Durham X C writes Our jewelers have confessed they dont know how you can furnish such work for the money Â¬ Â¬ story this morning said Smithers I judgo from the condition of your face it was illustrated with cuts put In Wiggles Brooklyn Life CiiRHiberlalHHs Kye and Skin Ointment A curtain cure for Chronic Soro Eyes JR I Tetter Salt llheum Scald Head Old Chronic Sores Fever Sores Eczema Itch Prairie Scratches Soro Nipples and Piles It is cooling and soothing Hundreds of vmw Imvo been cured by it after all other treatment had failed It Is put up in V and 50 cent boxes For salo by ltoso BtVMMgo octflyl lttwl Tiik UrKAM to a Uiiittuit friend Our Agent at Heath Springs S C writes Your watches lake at sight Tim gen tleman who got the last watch said that ho examined and priced a jewelers watches in Lancaster that were no better thuu yours but the price was f 15 Our Agent at Pennington Tex writes Am in receipt of the watch and am pleased without measure All who have seen it Nay it would be cheap at 10 4rOnc good reliable Agent wanted for each place Write for particulars KMiiiu Wvivh Co New Ynrlr Proprietress This house has been receutlv refilled ami reluriiMiednnd the table Is atall times sup No 1 Runs ditilv plied with the best in the market Rates N 4 Runs reasonable Sample room attached and spe EEL KY cept the Rowlanddally from all stations ex cial rates to commercial men Patronage i Division which U dailv except Smulav respectfully solicited nrtly So 0 Dallv except Sundav TEACHERS INSTITUTE PROCEEDINGS No 4 Dully between Cincinnati and Lev nnii clTrenTxtn Wlth ftjiew trimming machine a modern iautoii Cor Limestone and Short sts stapler faH Jd press an abundance of type Nos 1 nad 3 make conneclioiis Ky and superior workmen we are belter pre Â¬ Chester for points on the N N M at Win lir II IIUWKMj Lkxixotox V K W IltOlRlKTOIt pared to jirlnt Institute Proceedings tlinn I No Carries thromdi n Ihere has been added nn Annex rltli 20 atiy ollice in Eastern Keutuekv Please give nail to Middlesboiough and fin Cumberland I arcc well ri niiliiimi Mniii7t us your onler spKXt j COOPER mi runt cun Gap and all intermediate slati us ami runs E lllor Herald ilaael ireeii ky Ida jsS th door cerv ho minuUs LocnUd uithiii IwuMpuiris of depot 12 lOnn u oopm 7 00 pin Paris Le 1 25 am 0 15 pm FREE SCHOLARSHIPS Winchester Ar 12 lOnn 7 05 pm Any scholars tnkii g first and second hon llichmond 7 55iun 3tpm ors on the completion of their courses in the Livingston UOpni Academy shall be entitled to a free scholar Corbin 4 50 pm ship each in Kentucky University A free 7 35 pin scholarship in the Academy will be awarded Middlesborougli to one pupil from each of the following Cumberland Gap 7 o5 pin Ll- 4 dO put mountain counties viz Breathitt Clay El- Corbin liott Floul Harlan Johnson Knott Lee Wjlliniushiirc lellico Leslie Letcher Lawrence Martin Magoffin Ar 6 20 pm Mcnelee Morgan Owsley Perry Pike Pow- Richmond Ir 1 Mum ell and Rowan provided such arrange Lancaster 4 45pm ments have been mad for the competitive btanlord Ar 5 20 pm examination b the common school authorNo 2 No 4 No j ities or with their consent ns shall enable Daily Daily each student of common school grades to North Round rxnreso Daily Kx Stin compete for the scholarship and the appli Lc cant therefor shall bear a certificate from Stanford 7 00 am the examiner that he has obtained the hMi Iiucaster 7 50 am est mark attained upon the examination in Richmond Ar 10 15 am his county Jellicc Le 8 05 am Wc would advise all to enter at the be Williamsburg 8 45 am t ginning of a term but you can enter at any Corbin Ar 0 35 am I -lima iiuu ciusmk Ill luu arrangedt iu Cnmbd GapLe try 0 33 am You cannot find n better school in the 0 58 am mountains of Kentucky Our rates are low Middlesbnrough 9 25 am ff flf our methods of teaching Normal we keep VOlIlII tM Ar 11 05 am S ubreasi with tho tide of education Our pu Livingston I pils are our best advertisement 11 15am We refer Livingston Richmond Le fl 05 am 12 41pm you to them Ar C 55 n m t itipm Hazel Green Is the prettiest town in East Winchester 7 45nin 2 IV pill ern Kentucky free from many of ills ot i linn Le 7 K am 2 00 pm 3 45 pm railway towns nud those of more popula Lexington 7 53am 2 37 pm 4 25 jini tion no saloons or harbors of tomntntlnn Ari 10 54am 5 35 jtin C 37 pm Tho people welcome strangers and inlhi Covington ences for good are thrown around them Cincinnati Ar 11 00am 5 45 pm 0 45pMi All boarders will be under the supervision S c of the teachers Send for catalogues etc ATMOIIB Iraftie Manacer Gun IWh Air General Ollices Louisville Ky WM H CORD May 8 1891 I PRINCIPAL Moksb Asst Gen PassAgt Ofliee Chamber of Commerce Riiihliug J P LOCK HART No 1 Da ly to all points except Rowland Division which is daily except Sundav No 2 Runs daily except Sundav from Lexington to Cincinnati 1 Â¬ 1 s Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 53 f 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Newport News Mississippi Valley Co NORTH EAST WEST LE D AND SOUTHWEST p Payable one hid f on entering School FAST LINE BETWEEN PHILADELPHIA LEXING- Â¬ the other At middle of term BALTIMORE NEW YORK TON AND CINCINNATI OLD POINT THE SEA SH6RE nOAKDIXG And all Eastern Cities There will be no more trouble about SSrSciiEDULE ix Effect Nov 15 1801 nrw- too bin board the cost of board and lodg No 3 Tho Direct Linn tn ing will be onlv 200 PKK wkkk evkuy No 1 No 5 Aceom thing FLKNIHHKI We can accommodate South Bound LOUISVILLE Daily LEXINGTON sixty boarders in oar new building new ST LOUIS Express Fst Lc KxSun KANSAS CITY furniture and good fare The teachers live in Cincinnati CHATTANOOGA MEMPHIS Lt 6 10am 8 00 pm 2 DO pill the Academy Home and hnve the immediate 8 18 am 8 08 pm 3 02 pill And all Points West and Northwest and charge of the boarders I G Combs is the Covington Paris Ar 11 18 am 10 23 pm 0 101111 South and Southwest caterer no better can bo found Lexington f00 r TO ALL POINTS 150 and 200 UfAfTF Â¬ ik KAST HOUND Limited Accoiu Fast M Express Daily Daily Daily ex Sun Le 0 45pm 12 30pm 7 12pm 1 05pm DAILY 12 lOjim 10 07pm 8 40am 7 35 urn 8 23am 8 54am 6 Lexington Winchester Mt Sterling Ashland Cattlettsburir Huntington WKST 110 UNI 00pm 11 40am 12 ArJ 12 50pm 28im io tpm 11 47pm 8 0 59am 30am DAILY Le 6 00am 0 25 nm ti 37 am 10 27 am 11 15 am 12 05pm 1 1 Huntington Cattlettsburg Ashland Sterling Winchester Lexingtoi Mt 35pm 54 pm C 45pm 2 05pm 5 08pm 5 45im 0 20pm 7 14pm 7 27pm Ar Ex Sun 1 20pm 1 55pm 2 45pm in connection with Chesapeake F V to New York LlMlTKD VkSTUIUIKD TltAINB Ohio mil dttllv F Â¬ oenl Ktops between Lexington and Hunt ington Fast Mail Trains run daily and make accommoda Â¬ tions run daily HuntinotonA Moiikiirai LkxinAton KV A Morkhkai and Lkxincj Mt Stiuiin8 accommodations run daily except Sunday Through Slkkpino Cars to and from AVasldngton and New York without change CIIAS L BROWN G W HARNEY Gen Pass Agent Oen Agent ton V II IlAKRifiONGen LKXINOTON Agent Ashland Ky KY D AY HOUSE DENTIST MRS LOU DAY Hazkl Grikn Ky Â¬ Â¬ r - - sit -