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Digital page images are linked to the text file. h r i uf SPENCER COOPER Owner and Editor Hazel Green Heralb Of a Noisy World With Nowb From All Nations LumbYing at His Baok Ioo a year Always In AHvano SEVENTH YEAll HAZEL GREEiV WOLFE COUNTY KY FRIDAY JANUARY 1 1892 A NUMBER 41 H STAMPER CAMPION KY STATE SUNSHINE AND SHADOW GREAT FIFTY CENTS ON THE DOLLAR SALE CLOTHING ft We are going to nifke pome improvements in our store room after January 1st The contract is signed and ucaled with the contractors consequently we are compelled to sell our tock or pack it away We pre- Â¬ fer selling it at a sacrifice Every suit of Clothes every Overcoat every Pair of Pants marked in plain figures Wo will just split them in half This means 60 cents on the dollar The cheapest sale of fiue ready made Clothing in Kentucky Our business is not conducted by fakes and guessing schemes The man thats selling watch chniiiB on the street corner for SI throwing in a watch just to Hhow his generosity needs watching Razzle Dnzzle tricksters and green goods Bunco Steerew sharps always promise great returns from small investments In- Â¬ telligent minds are on to the racket and take no stock in such hutnbuggery Tis value they waut 100 CENTS WORTH OF FOR 100 CENTS IN CASH GOODS- Is what we give the people IPO CENTS WORTH AT But at this sale OH THE DOLLAR 50 CENTS r Every article in our establishment is ticketed at tho lowest price possible The stamp of durability is on every garment If you have not dealt with us ask your neighbor who has We invite you to our store feeling assured that you will be pleased with our garments and satisfied with the matchlesB values we offer Tho express ofllco at Greenville was robbed of 300 in goods THE- Fire at Princeton destroyed several stores Total loss about 15000 Miss Mahouey living near Newcastle committed suicido by shooting herself offers the most complete Hue of goods for Joseph Counor was shot and killed by two brothers named Carl at Stepntone SS Montgomery county Robert Griffin a barkcoperof Lexing Â¬ Our goods nre first class ami our ton shot and kilted a negro named Albert Harris in self defense Faducah is infested with a gang of sneak thieves and they manage to elude juVisitora to the city will receive our tho vigilcnco of the police best attcution Citizens of Paris aro trying to organ No 30 E Main St opp Court House izo a creamery at that place for tho man- Â¬ LEXINGTON KY ufacture of butter and checso In trying to cscapo tho kick of a cow a a 3 885852838 she was milking Mr Gibson of Hartford Z 4t t so twisted her own foot that she broke 2 her leg or u H W Barker cxnleputy sheriff of 3 S emBell county has been arrested for o Bm 5 bezzling 1700 of sheriffs funds and is v a a 2o f now in jail U b Z ZV J3 wc a Joseph Echstinc of Newport attempt fewC 4J ed to walk So miles in 14 hours on a or M 1Z ZS o 5 S Cj JO II wager of 100 and he will probably die Sit i SJ from overexertion -- V S B o a- child of W T Tho usj c Rudolph of New Hope pulled a kcttlo 2 c SH -c S of boiling water over on itself scalding SB8XX a atOCOfhQSlOlOilJ O tso2 in a horrible manner it Leo Bain a young man of Barbour I - st O ville fell from a loaded wagon while E o a C 3 going down hill and was run over Ho S m is expected to die of his injuries w wiC 4 j o u w r4 A cloud burst at Paducah swelled M 55 t E 3 u o 3 v 5a3Ec Island creek so that tho freshet swept o ir ai 3 away several rafts of saw logs and created S jsS consternation among shanty boat citizens S x S JEWELER JF jfy JwFf ATTOENEY AT fcAW Offrra hid profctilnnal services to tWcltl xensof Wolfo and Riljolnltig countiei Will make collections and remittances promptly WOOD Ofilco DAY ATTORNEYS AT LAW f A T WOOD 9Y DAY ya OTPRICESLOWI O REAR BIGSTAFF ATTORNEYS AT LAW MT STERLING Pracllco in Montgomery Powell Menifee Wolfe llrenthltt Tlowan Magoln and Mor Â¬ gan counties and 8uperlor Court and Court of Appeals over Exchange Dank Maysville St Mt Sterling Ky KY Practice in tho courts of Montgomery and adjoining counties and in the Court of Ap pcBls niul Federal Courts i -- I c 8tf TJR J A TAULBEE L L r- iiiJ5i Physician and Surgeon Hazol Greon Wolfe County Â¬ KENTUCKY 1 Â¬ tnr Sk8 MAUPIN WITH i aaafs ssfr i I WHOLESALE DRY GOODS NOTIONS BOOTS SHOES Ac D H OARPENTER nine-months-o- ld - fcly CATLETTSnURG KY WITH -H- Thos Henderson WHOKBAIK fXI Son i- l8S fc IPj ASHLAND KY 1 5 55 -- STATE OF KENTUCKY PROFESSORS ind IKSTRUSTORS Agricultural Bolentiflo Engineering Davison a Christian county farmer claims to have found a nest of 500 reptiles including porno 12 varieties Ho had been drinking moonshine mnybo Telegrams from Flat Lick have been received at Barbourvillo asking for a W J V J3J3 410 co on 26 2 JS roa w M Olnssioal Normal School Aoademio Commoroiftl and Military Courses of COUNTY AFPOINTEM RKOKWCD a ow n X W 5 H si mr 0 L 1 G STRAUS LEADING CLOTHIERS KENTUCKY reporting that tho Smith Slusher feud has broken out again and two men posse iu If tM KiftfaYiYiTal lli tlf wrtlta jtApuififcJFJiaiiii iMtn1 itUdm I LEXINGTON ii P5KJ0JI URE ftT Cw tiP HEfriGcTiitt ism uu5dNd nunc rFREMEW CELEBRATED S IiAfrccti ticeferru rtirrcee OUGHS fOR THE LAST 20 YEARS OLDS f OR SAIE EVERYWHERE 0NSUMPTI0Nis2iWMaco IMUIVD v OPKKMNB Lexington Ky AT THE English Kitchen i All Hours B Regular Meals 25 Cents Meals to Order at p Supper from 5 p M to 9 p Ji Oys in n a xr Dinner from 10 A M to 8 M m to 12 and Quails a specialty Open from 5 A No 12 W Short Street have been shot Taylor Davis a policeman shot and wounded a negro named Lano in a row in Wayne Damrana saloon at Catletts burg His recovery is doubtful but no arrests had been made up to last accounts The trial of Den F Davis for tho kill- Â¬ ing of Ben Dunn in Trigg county Dec 9 last week resulted in the conviction of the defendant for murder and he was held to answer at tho February term of tho Trigg circuit court without bail Tho postoflico at Catlettsburg was en- Â¬ tered by bmglars who secured 000 in etamps and currency and a number of registered letters Powder was ined to blow open the safe Tho next day 145 worth of tho goods was found in a school house near by Tho grounds of the Lexington racing association were last week Bold to a ayn dicato for 95000 and the racing inau- Â¬ gurated there in 1820 will bo continued liberal purses to be offered for tho spring Tho grounds sold embrace meeting G2 acres about James Thompson manager of tho Nickel Plate coal company shot and killed William Logston a miner at East Bernstadt last Thursday Tho troublo arose over money matters and Logston and two friends attempted to intimidate Tho shooting was done in Thompson Mmiiii ri M L lriiili ftcl1 Iloanl In dormitory 2 por week in private lainllicH 300 to 4 For Catalogue addrtSH nt liitlllfnt JA3 K PATTERSON mllllu tgil LEXINGTON KY nill loJjr I u FREE OF TUITION Fall term begins Bwiitombwguilggi PhD iHllllllllBBtek Hik -- lrlV cli i llcnlluit titrftitl I miiv la brLflf iiiiflllfttiil -- w itit uniiutrttllil WllA end tfll riil nr luilfllon Iltuuiljr tinw lo Thau mnt I In till Hull ruriii llilr nriu woik iiiuu fnon vfii flrlv THE WINCHESTER BANK WINCHESTER KY N II WITHEH8POON Ht V - Aj1 wwm own I It D Prcsldont HUNTER Cashier - nmmiHSHHzTiiiiDPii o SJoiiv m y mS8Fi liilliilf J MMl rJ5 i VZm It Sharp M35 OWl hrs OftVic nm aiiii luiuun id iliutlon or 1 liililutliinl nil in Hi Ilr itlinoli- chuntH farmers traders and business men J llllll iu- ciful M iiimult Ktiierully throughout Eiistcru Kentucky hr Niiiinr oflurs its customers every facility II irlilcli u tin III IIKIuiuni I liiv tiallilnvta Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 TIiIh Dank solicits the accounts of mer litn er Utl limits rquir ililtniun the most liberal terms within theoctl8ly of I iliu tal legitimate bunking vn and ami liiU MJr Hugh ad count Ufa numb b ir piKinsoTtr i hi iiioufna uuur lollJiurt lull psrtlfMlil w IVee Aftrou kngw Ihlf Jt fuitlii br no him It itom AdaiM tncluil en priou aiiini r I Urf fiom Traders Deposit Bank MT STERLING K tinnii C AIIKX lli 10 Ansutu ir ini KY 80000 MulM J Druce Trimble T G Uonton Capital J M G 200000 8unnDB SHARP TRIMBLE MT STERLING DENTON KY I1I08TAFP President L KIRKPATRICK Vice President W W THOMSON Cashier Have now a complete line of Clothing Hats Boots Shoos and Gents Furnishing Goods We solicit an inspection of our goods and guarantee prices satisfactory and articles as recommended Â¬ We respectfully solicit the business of mer Â¬ chants farmers traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky A general banking business done Give us a clmnoo to send you a bank bpok pay your cheeks and loan you money when In need W W Thomphon Cash DINGFELDER WITH J M ROBINSON Importers and Jobbers of CO terLamDlricaisv LUICAWT Proprietor HAZEL GBEEN KY UNDERTAKER AND RKALKR IN COFFINS CASKETS And Trimmings af All Kinds am prepared to furnish on abort notice ami at KINDS AND m T w Irce WS0 FUBNITUKE OF ALL KINDS BEPAIRED very lowvai price will deliver coffins cheap tombstones respectfully ery XXWSfl A farmer named McAnnicb living at Succewort to J A Laii Co Liberty in Casey county paid 400 in NOTIONS LEXINGTON KY DRY 600DS AND 74 E Main Strkkt cash for a bar of brans it being ropro Wholesale Dealer in rented to him as a gold brick He nover Nos 637 039 and 54- 1read the papers and didnt know any Kentucky Whiskies Sfnlihf r West Main Street better Tho amount of 1 spent in sub- Â¬ would WBws BramHts c scription for his county paper LOUISVILLE KY saved him several hundred have FINE OLD WHISKY A SPECIALTY CIGARS AND TOBACCO Casaell Price Lexington Ky carry Agenta for Old Pugh 0d Pepper Old tho finest line of dress goods in that city Tarr and Old Taylor A lady can tako tho morning train at Torrent do her shopping at Lexington and return on the evening train Tho On Lacy Creek two mile south of Ilacel Green contalnlag Sixty A ores of Rieh money she will save by buying of Cassell CORN LAND about 30 aeres nuiUble Price will pay her faro and she will for Oats with meadow and pasture Jaadt Two comfortable dwelling hoiuts asd oat have an enjoyable trip beside building good well aever falling springs MT STERLING KY aad good orchard Call oh or address We want 1000 dor egp at 10c We A PORTER LACY Hael Green Ky waut your country produce We want The justly celebrated your surplus change aad we want to Pmrlan atMl flrCifiiMHt f WodtfM Ud lk om uililaf tlila nffittl at 10 OtentM E dOMR than anybody wll you goods cheaper Jvlly 4fludr W Co and the beepfleU In town at fie apjeeei H F FjwUtt R S STRADER SON Trimble Bros WHOLESALE FARM FOR RENT ROGKES wmm i - I ft Hazel Green Herald JWDROKJt OOOPJBB FfeMltlMt FOSTERS ASSERTIONS Effect hazel ifciir HE An Tt TO I KY HAD BEEN EUROPE Anjflo AnierlcaH Who IInil Ileen Abroad but Couldnt Toll XVhnt He Und Seen A ligliMmircd young man with nn inetpteut mustache red nccktio tight fitting kid glovcn carrying a big cunq amidships und his arms akimbo walked into a Randolph street barber shop last evening Ho was ovldcntly well known in tho sliop for he was greeted by name and spoko familiarly to several of the barbers tired you know ho said as ho dropped languidly into a chair without removing his gloves Just got back from Europe und am really worn out The tono was one with sijht secing of invitation to opon a conversation MI Bupposo you took in everything on your trip one of tho barbers who felt it incumbent to reply finally ventured Ya as saw all thcro was to bo seen Of course its awfully nice you know butono gets tired of seeing so much Weroyou in Strasburg Mr inquired tho artist of tho next chair Naw didnt got there was in a hurry you know drawled tho Eu- Â¬ ropean traveler You were in Metz werent you Naw really I couldnt stop Oh you missed it by not going and the barber rattled on about the big clock tho Napoleonic monument tho battlo scone und other points of inter Â¬ est to bo seen in that section lie men- Â¬ tioned a d07cn other places in France and Germany Yaas I was in Uerlin the shaved customer interrupted at mention of that place The barber pronounced it with tlicncecnt on tho hist syllable the customer culled it Ilerlccn A series of questions about that great city devel- Â¬ oped that Mr know nothing of its points of interest I was in Liuinnn too interrupted tho sight seeing customer Great town Lunnon you know Another series of interrogations about Lunnon resulted in as little informa- Â¬ tion in roturn lly this time every other customer in tho shop was smiling pleased at tho situation Something of tlicstato of affairs must have dawned upptrttbo traveler for he said with a we8kattcnrit at satire You mustliavo traveled a good deal too Harbors can get a chance to see everything you know Dont have to hurry Work as they o along Yes I expect to go again uctycar replied tho second chair artist uncon Â¬ 1 pro- Â¬ scious of tho intended thrust pose to take my time work enough to pay incidental expenses and put in my extra time in seeing tho countries Think Ill not go homo to night tho tnivelor saiil desiring to chance the subject and not having wit enough to do so in any other way Must go out on Ashland avenue Got regular evenings you know He ho he Aiuirwith a knowing look the fellow paid his cheek tipped tho barber who shaved him and the attendant who handed him his hat grasped his big cano by its middle and left What asses my fellow countrymen can be said a cynical customer as ho stepped from his chair Hes not an American said an old gentleman at tho end of tho line with some asperity Hosan Anglo maniac lust like hundreds of others who visit tho continent thoy never see u thing Hut thou theyvo boon to Europe- - Huh they make mo tired It was a little incident but there is a whqlnchnpter in many little incidents Chicago Journal So t r t M I it J food except tho snnd itself it was carefully washed with water and thou Tho young man who pro heated pared tho sand for use in his zeal to burn out tho lust vestiges of extraneous matter heated tho iron pots in which it was calcined so hot that they almosi molted Tho sand was put into glass jars wator was added und minuto quantities of chomical salts which plants tuica from tho 8911 wore dis solved ihHM lij Uje snut thus watered and fertilized dwurf peas were grown Pcus of tho sumo kind were cultivated by a skillful gardener in a rich soil of n garden close by and grew to a height of about four feet while those in the sand with water and tho minuto quantities of chemical salts reuchcda height of eight -- SeiiSiiud iih Soli is hard to think of anything moro barren more destitute of fertility than sea saud In connection witli some studies of tho chemistry of vegetable production id the laboratory of Wes loynn university wo have boon growing plants in just such sand brought from the shore of Long Islund souud To divest it of overy possible trace of ma terial which tho plants might uso for It jbecrotary Fostor is tho presont ropre sentatlvo of republican finance Like others who havo preceded him Mr Foster is careless us well of his asser-Â¬ tions as of his arguments He asserts that tho act of July 1800 commands me to prescrvo tho parity botween gold Possibly tho secretary has and silver other evidence of this than has been mado public Ho will find no such command in tho statute nor will he llnd words that may fairly bo so con- Â¬ strued He will find an empty declara- Â¬ tion that it is tho policy of the govern- Â¬ ment to maintain the parity between the two metals but not a word com- Â¬ manding him to do other than to re Â¬ deem iii coin whatever of tho bills issued in purchase of tho silver bullion thcro may bo presented for such re- Â¬ demption Ho asserts that he has obeyed a law that docs not exist und I am firmly of tho opinion declares that tho parity of the two metals can bo maintained under tho present pol- Â¬ icy It is fair to hold Mr Foster to these words Let him exumine tho fncts and sec whether he can in them find warruut for cither his opinion or his statements As to the efTect of tho present policy Mr Foster may In time learn what has been known to careful thinkers for nges that no logical reasoning can be offered for tho maintenance of an arÂ¬ bitrary legal standard to determine the valuo of silver or any other product of mans industry Like any other metal silver fluctuates under the influence of the law of supply and demand If Mr Foster will review the facts ho will discover also that since tho passago of the act on which he relies for the main- Â¬ tenance of the parity between the two metals the relation between gold and silver has widened and that tho ruling market price of the silver bullion in tho possession of the government for the redemption of the treasury notes has decreased more than five million dollars And if the secrctnry bus not forgotten tho rule of three he may amuso himself by figuring out tho problem If the purchase of seventy million ounces of silver and holding it as bullion has resulted in tho depreciation of its value twenty points what would be the depreciation resulting from the purchase and storage of one hundrd and forty million ounces of sil- Â¬ ver But if the sei retury of the treasury desires to make further examination of this subject let him apply to the problem in hand the simple rules which ho understands to govern the relativity of all commodities His present contention that the party of tho two metals would be better sus- Â¬ tained if all nations would unite in the use of silver as money 011 the basis of free coinage is but the statement that the larger use of the white metal would cause a steadier demand and consequently steadier prico or rela- Â¬ tivity to gold and all commodities Let him apply this to existing com- Â¬ modities He knows that with overy twenty four hours tho treasury is adding seven tons to its vast hoard of silver bulliou Tho secretary recog- Â¬ nizes it as a commodity Will ho se- Â¬ riously argue that tho steady increase of tho visible supply of a commodity can havo tho eileet of increasing its selling price Does he not know that tho increase in this visible supply is a constant menace to tho stability of tfio prico of silver lie does know that every calculation as to the price of wheat and all agricultural products is based on tho reported visible supply And yet ho is undisturbed because the natural result of tho policy sustained by his party has resulted us he might havo anticipated if ho had applied to silver common everyday principles understood and rolled upon by every business man in tho country Under tho policy of his party tho reservoir is constantly being filled with silver bullion Already tho amount is beyond all possible demand for tho metal as Hut the republican states Â¬ bullion man affects to bcllevo that a contin Â¬ uance of this policy must maintain a parity which does not oxlht and cannot exist under tho conditions produced bv republican folly Chicago Times Â¬ Â¬ -- of the Republican Policy Upon the Treasury justice with law on its side is called to account Mr MoKinloya thought in challenging this right to appeal is entirely un American and alien It is tho spirit in which tho McKinley bill vts forced through a houso which had ceased to bo a deliberative fcody under tho Heed dictatorship In protesting against tho discussion of his bill Mr McKinley urges fur thcr that discussion should bo aban Â¬ doned in tho face of tho fact that it can accomplish nothing It is true that the veto of amost rad-Â¬ ical and bigoted partisan is in tho way of reform nt present but every time a falsehood is exposed and a wrong de- Â¬ nounced something is accomplished Everyone who knows the McKinley bill knows that it cannot stand after it has been exposed and its manifold frauds and follies mado plain to tho people Even if the odds against re- Â¬ form wero tenfold greater something can bo accomplished everything can bo accomplished by keeping tho truth constantly before tho people No plea for silenco that the author and beneficiaries of the bill can make can bo entertained There can be no ces- Â¬ sation in the exposure of it until this most fraudulent and iniquitous of all measures of wrongful taxation for en- Â¬ riching the rich by impoverishing tho poor is stricken from the statute books and left without the poor pretext of le- Â¬ gality to cover tho nakedness of its ira famous injustice It cannot long survive exposure If the coming congress searches out tho trusts and other conspiracies which have been formed under it and sends to tho republican senate and president anti conspirncy bills for the removnl of tho taxes which protect conspiracy tho veto of the republican president will onty make more certain the repeal of the bill as a whole It is perfectly natural that Mr Mc- Â¬ Kinley should oppose freo speech and wish to choke the discussion of this measure but however keenly ho may feel the exposure of it his desire for silence cannot bo gratified The right of tho poorest as of the richest of tho American people to their earnings must bo reestablished the wrong through which the earnings of tho countrys workers are taken from them and given to those who have not earned must be overthrown Silence is impossible Free speech must continue The truth must be told The fight for justico must bo made and won St Louis Republic PARAGRAPHIC POINTERS Maj McKinley has delayed only temporarily his salt river voyage High tariff will hit tho ceiling next year Kansas City Times We arc waiting patiently to hear of an advance in wages in Ohio and a corresponding reduction in Now York Massachusetts and Iowa Chicago Globe HOME HINTS AND HELPS In the triangular senatorial fight between Sherman Foraker and Fos- Â¬ ter tho democrats get all tho fun Chica- Â¬ and none of the responsibility go Times Tho Indianapolis republicans arc disgusted because when they asked the president for a thousaml dollur contribution to their municipal campaign fund ho gave only one hundred und fifty dollars Law Partner Miller gave only fifty dollars and Ligo gave ten dollars Albany Argus Tho negro vote of Ohio is all that saved McKinley from defeat and John M Langstoii who is now claiming of- Â¬ fice from Mr Harrison held the negro vote in line If thero is gratitude enough In the republican party to put a negro on tho federal bench this is the time to show it St Louis Repub Â¬ Â¬ lic Â¬ A PLEA FOR SILENCE Tho Shall or Ohio IViiuIh to Muzlo tho People The esteemed organs of mutual ra pino aro sermonizing from tho text furnished them by Mr McKinley when he mado the profound observation that tho judgment of tho people does not approve the constant agitation of the tariff issue in tho fnco of tho fnct that Â¬ -- foot-T-Centu- ry 1 I hopo a she said oarnestly that you didnt hurt Gcforgos feelings when you met him at the door last night Ho is very sensitive He sSeiicdso 3 A pupu lie Haiti Nothing 1 No my daughter he said nothing but and there was an expression of serene satisfaction in the old mans ye he was visibly moved Washiug I ton Star A-- JDWhSiyRiy thing fj Without stopping to consider tho ser Â¬ mons wo will confine ourselves to tho text which Is suHleicntly absurd to In- Â¬ dicate tho nature of tho bcrmons on it The only reliable way of getting the judgment of the people is through tho ballot boxaud ns thoy havo expressed themselves there it was omphutlcally in favor of continuing tho exposure of tho crimes and follies of tho McKinley bill until its repeal is forced This Is what a mujority of tho people voting sinco tho passage of tho bUlhave said In evory instance liut even if if wero otherwiso tho right of appeal to tho majority would remain nud any minority however small could go on in tho Qxcrclse of it confident that in tho end right will win in its appeal to tho majority no matter how small the mi Â¬ nority who ns attorneys for tho right plead its case before tho bar whore under our system of government in Â¬ it can accomplish nothing Massachusetts is swinging into line sinco tho young democrats of that state camo into leadership and each year makes the state a hopeful demo cratic field for the campaign of next year Gov llussoll and the democratic party of Massachusetts aro to bo warm ly congratulated on the result Do troit Free Press After having been retired from politics for several days Senator Quay is called upon by Pennsylvania repub licans to lead their campaign in that state Somehow tho reputation of Quay docs not proceed with that cer- Â¬ tainty which tho public hud boon led by tho utterances of too sanguine re publican organs to expect Chicago Times The state stealers cry of fraud in New York will neither distract at- Â¬ tention from thoir crimes against tho suffrage in other localities nor divert the democrats from their purposo of giving to this democratic stato a demo Â¬ cratic legislature if tho facts show that they aro legally entitled to It It is tlmo to have mujority rule in Now Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ depression in the saucer in which is placed a small cube of prepared fuel by means of which the liquid contained can bo kept hot for some time until tho invalid is ready for it Timbulc of Ground Rice Cook rice in milk till tender lino a buttered mold with it Thicken a half pint of skim milk with two tablespoonfuls of ground rice Hoil two minutes beat in an egg fill the cases steam half an hour or an hour according to size of pudding It can be steamed in the buttered mold Turn it out and serve with any tart fruit sirup Good Housekeeping Pretty mats are made from pieces of cloth by cutting them square and working them around the edges with blanket stitch or they can be used to cover old photograph frames with a few stitches of gold thread embroidery here and there They also serve for small tbook covers whore joined to- Â¬ gether with herring bone or embroid Â¬ ery and would made tidies and mats for various purposes N Y World Tim Now Ionjj Veil The novelty in millinery is a long vcif of black figured lace worn droop- Â¬ ing in front to the knee or even to the foot of the skirt It is a scarf of Chan tilly or other French lace with scal- Â¬ loped edges and is nearly a yard wide and moro than two yards long The milliner drapes one end of the veil over tho crown of a large black felt round hat holding it there by a twist of broad black satin ribbon six inches wide at least which is tied at the back in a great bow with loops and ends lying flat instead of standing high in the familiar way The veil then covers the face and Is drawn under the- - chin to meet in the back by a bunch of small plaits taken in each side thence it hangs straight down the front This unique veil is very becoming and has been adopted by fashionable Women for wearing with afternoon visiting toilets Shorter veils of white figured lae many of them of real applique lace aro more generally worn Harpers Hazar A 500 reward for an incurable caso Rather unusual you of Catarrh find tho makers of a medi think to cine trying to prove that they mT liovo in it uvxu uuuv OU1UQ- Tf thing back of it But its a plain square offer made in good faith The only thing that back of it is the Remedy It cures Catarrh in tho Head To its mild soothing cleansing and healing properties tho worst cases yielcl no matter how bad or of how long standing It has a record that goes back for 25 years It doesnt simply relievo it perfectly and permanently cures with a Rem Â¬ edy liko this the proprietors can raako such an offer and mean it To bo sure theres risk in it but its so very small that they aro h willing to tako it antly N Y World Youve never heard of anything A useful novelty is the invalids Truo enough liko this offer teacup It consists of a teacup and ouvo never heard of saucer differing neither in price nor in But then size from the ordinary breakfast or anything like Dr Sagoa Remedy teacup but so made as to allow of a KIM The most delicious wafer to servo with cheese js a thin water cracker slightly salted which is sold at fory conts a box N Y Tribune Squash Squash should bo boiled in salted water until tender then drained immediately from the water mashed very smooth and seasoned with salt and pepper Good Housekeeping Cocoanut Cookies One cup of su Â¬ gar one half cup of butter one egg small pinch of salt two tablespoonfuls of milk ouo and a half teaspoonfuls baking powder one cup dessicated co- Â¬ coanut or grated may be used flour enough to roll Detroit Free Press At a recent dinner tho centerpiece was an odd shaped basket lined with white plush in whose loose folds tho water holder was concealed Whito roses and wreathing smllax filled and fell out of tho basket wandering in studied carelessness over the cloth N Y Tribune To tako mildew out of linen wet tho fabric with Boft water rub it well with white soap then scraoosome fine chalk to powder and rub it well into the linen Then lay it out in the Bnn sliinc watching to keep it damp with soft water Repeat tho process tho noxt day and in a few hours the mil Â¬ dew will entirely disappear To clean a carpet with ox gall uso about a gill of ox gall to half a pailful of water Sweep the carpet well or beat it first then apply tho mixture with a soft brush Wash off the lather with cold water changing it often and finally rub the carpet with a soft cloth This is an effective method of oleaning but the ox gall will smell very unpleas- Â¬ copyricht B Thats what you thinlc perhaps when you read that tho proprietors of Dr Sagoa Catarrh Reined y offer Theres something behind it m I August Flower icine Perhaps you do not believe these statements concerning Greens Au- Â¬ gust Flower Well we cant make you We caut force conviction in-Â¬ to your head ormed Doubtlng is yours and the misery is yours and uutil you are willing to believe and spend the one for the relief of the other they will stay so John H Foster n 22 Brown Street Philadelphia says My wife is a little Scotch woman thirty years of age and of a naturally For five or six delicate disposition years past she has been suffering from Dyspepsia She became so bad at last Vomit that she could not sit Every Meal down to a meal but she had to vomit it as soon as she had eaten it Two bottles of your August Flower have cured her after many doctors failed She can now eat anything and enjoy it and as for Dyspepsia she does not know that she ever had it ft Thomas throat Wedont want to The money into your I Ji M ELYS DRRAMBAL ISnsnl Pubsugtfc CI can sos tlio Allays Inlti and York N Y World Probably no moro impudent re murk ever fell from tho lips of Jny Gould Tom Hoed Hoss Tweed or Mutt Quuj than this observation by Maj I am convinced that tho McKinley judgment of our citizens does not up prove tho constant agitation of tho tariff issue in tho fuco of tho fact that It can accomplish nothing Tho man in possession of plunder is nlwnys op posed to agitation on tho part of his victim In this respect Mr McKinley docs not differ from a housebreaker of tho presont or a sluvo drivor of tlu past Thero will pa constant fighting over this tariff question until It is sot tied right and it cannot bo settled right until Maj McKinloys monopolistic friends have been choked off Chicago Hcrakh Â¬ ative At tholjhdbf the week before going out she consulted her list being Jlobs Confinement of ltn always surprised to discover how iimnv things could be struck off from it She AfterIain Horror and iisl if tislnponofiottlo of SrothptFrlrnd I t lint ruircrud nut has fouud that the seemingly necessary won knees llttlo plniuul rllil not oxp rim to Mrs mtcli nfn rwtird usual wero not necessary at all and that old ANMEUAOKJiimiirMoJan In Kit li ISOcat Hent liv express prepaid things in the house could easily bo price fVOperbottln Hook to Motherson rocolpt 0o muiled lrt adapted to new needs Few ideas would 13RlDFIIIi1 UKGUZiViTOIl CO bq wiser to follow nmUthq courso is ATLANTA CJA BOM UT ALT DUUGOISTS hereby suggested to the busy housewife Chicago iiournal nr ror Snuill Children Hrown fur will be much used for smull garments such ns Henry IV gF0nTIIC MILLIONS OF CONSUMERS OF pelerines cape collars with stolo fronts boas and muffs also for rolls and edgings td wraps und portions of It Rives Dr Tntt pIcaMtro to an- Â¬ handsome eldtli costumes Sets of gray nounce that ho Is now putting up a Persian lambskin with otter or seal PTTT trimmings aro pretty for youthful Weh ofexeeedlRRly small lxe yet woni ers Durk grizzly bear furs aro retaining all the virtue of the larger mado into cupes that havo real ustra ones They are purely vegetable Both ffiiarantciri nlces of kuan yokes and collars These aro vory pills are still Issued Tlie ciuatthrso or size warm and comfortable and can bo worn all winter with muff and long fur w isTBTrSInTINY IIVEK 1ILLS shown the border of this ad ouffH to mntch Mnny women havo this year had their short sealskin coats mado tho fashionable length by the ad Â¬ 1CFNTC vriNTEi to keuu dition of real black astrakhan basques LADY Conituuud SOUTM AMKKICtN tho Great Syoit inTonio vests etc Sometimes entire WOTIHl IIIITCn eves of 1 - ia H I i Jacksoh Mko Co Columbus rnrtfeularsfreo einumuiteiei inrna rii riteO astrakhan are added Chicago Post CSrSlXS XU riTM Umt cnni-go-- i ami Suioli Shopping A clover woman living in New York FEViER disclosed an ingenious plan of hers tho TRY TUB 0UEE a pariicio oiif nt other day One of tho best of mana Â¬ able Ill o fO applied into oiiclwiostr liuid li ttro nrtirchtfl or Vint M iiY UHOTniits W Wnnvn ly M ir To k gers always well dressed on not exten- Â¬ sive means with tastes not easy to gratify she mado this tho rule for her- Â¬ self never to go Into a shop but once a week Every day when the household Wo Offer i a llcnuulu affairs were being arranged she looked irhtvh liwitCH Safettf to to seo what things wero needed mark- Â¬ IAfa ofjlothvf and Vltiltl ing especially those that seemed imper Â¬ Hint 011 I Inflammation Hcnls the Sores Itcstorcs tho Sciisch of TaMo HiW c lUURu wlu Intnoi mothers mmw GOOD NEWS Tatts Pills TINY MVER -- J jM fttt V f v THANKSGIVING- What Every Man Has to bo Thankful For One Hundred Million Dollar Wouldnt 1 ureliuncmMacliiiie 80 Wonderful bi the Ilnnd SoriMon by lloxt DoWlttTiumnjjo I D i Tho doctors text was taken from Beasts and Psalm MS 10 12 nnd 13 all cattle creeping things and flying fowl both young men and maidens old men nnd children let them praiso tho j name of tho Lord What jfoccne ityvas whon last Thurs- Â¬ day at the call of tho president and governors this nation assembled to Pliant tho praises of Oodl But the day was too ohort to celebrate tho Dirino Tho sun did g oodnoss of such a year pot rise over Brooklyn until one minute before 7 oclbck that morning and it cows and sheep nid horses lmvo oclock that evening What Bet at enough to drink Psalm civ 10 11 Ho a small spaeo of time in which to meditate upon twelve months of benefac sendcth tho springs into tho valleys which run among tho hills thoy givo tions So I add to that day this SabÂ¬ drink to every beast of tho field thn bath morning service and with tho wild asses quench their thirst fruits and harvest of tho earth still Amid tho thunders of Sinai God ut- Â¬ glorifying the pulpit and tho galleries tered the rights of cattle and said that ask you to continue the rehearsal of tho thoy should havo a Sabbath Thou Divine goodness shnlt not do any work thou nor thy By the sublime egotism man has He declared with infinite em come to appropriate this world to him- Â¬ cattle phasis that tho ox on tho threshing self when the fact is that our race is in floor should a small minority The instances of hu eating somo of have the privilege of tho grain aa he trod it man life as compared with tho in- Â¬ out and muzzling was forbidden If stances of animal life are not one to young birds were taken from tho nest Wo shall enlarge our ideas 1000000 for food tho dcspoilers life depended of Gods goodness and come to a better on understanding of the text if before wc not the mother going free God would mother bird suffer in ono come to look at tho cup of our blessing day let the of the loss her we look at the goodness of God to tho liberty And Ho young and her own who regarded in old- Â¬ irrational creation en time the conduct of man toward tho Although nature is out of joint yet brutes to day looks even in its disruption I am surprised to cn and is interested down from Hoav in every minnow find the almost universal happiness of that swims the stream and every rook On a summer the animal creation cleaves tho air every day when the air and the grass are that bleats or neighs and lows inherd or that tho most populous with life you will not pasture hear a sound of distress unless pcr Why did God chance a heartless school boy has why make them make all theso andÂ¬ so happy How acrobbed a birds nest or a hunter count for all this singing nnd dancing wing a broken birds has crea- Â¬ amid tho or a pasture has been robbed of a and friskingthis heaven irrational tion Why for tho animal lamtjjjuul there goes up a bleating from culo in a drowdrop Why for tho con- Â¬ the flocks The wholo earth is filled dor a throne on Chimborazo Why the with animal delight joy feathered and glitter of the phosphorus in the ships scaled and horned and hoofed The wake on tho sea which is said to bo bee hums it tho frog croaks it tho only the frolic of millions of insects squirrel chatters it the quail whistles Why the perpetual chanting of so many it the lark carols it the whalo spouts voices from tho irrational creation in it The snail the rhinoceros tho griz- Â¬ earth and air nnd ocean beasts and zly bear the toad the wasp the spider all cattle creeping things and flying the shell fish have their homely d- Â¬ fowl permitted to join in tho prtiiso elightsjoy as great to them as our joy that goes up from seraph and arch Â¬ is to us Goat climbinjr the rocks ana-Â¬ angel Only one solution ono explan Â¬ conda climbing through tho jungle ation one answer God is good Tho buifalo plunging across tho prairie earth is full of tho goodness of tho crocodile basking in tropical sun seal Lord pufling on the ice ostrich striding across I take a step higher and notice tho tho desert aro so many bundles of joy adaptation of the world to the comfort they do not go moping or melancholy and happiness of man The sixth day they arc not only half supplied God of creation had arrived Tho palace of says they are filled with good the world was made I ut thcrp was no The v orin squirming through the sod king to live in it Lcviathian ruled the upturned by the plowshare and the deep the eaglo the air tho lion the ants racing up and down the hillock field but there was the scepter which are happy by day and happy by night should rule alL A new stylo of being Tako up a drop of water under tho was created Heaven and earth wero microscope and you find that within it represented in his nature His body thcro are millions of creatures that from the earth beneath his soul from swim in a hallelujah of gladness Tho tho Heaven above Tho ono reminding sounds in nature that aro repulsive to him of his origin the other speaking of our ears aro often only utterances of his destiny himself the connecting joy the growl the croak tho bark the link between tho animal creation and The good God mado these angelic intelligence In him a strange howl creatures thinks of them ever and will commingling of tho temporal and eternnot let a plowsharo turn up a moles al Tho finite nnd tho infinite dust nest or a fishermans hook transfix a and glory Tho earth for his floor and worm until by eternal decree its time Heaven for his roof God for his Father lias come Gods hand feeds all theso eternity for his life time broods and shepherds all theso flocks The Christian anatomist gazing upon nnd tends all theso herds He sweetens the conformation of tho human body the clover tops to tho oxens taste and oxclairas Fearfully and wondorfully pours out crystalline waters in mossed mado No embroidery so elaborate cups of rock for tho hind to drink out no gauze so delicate no color so exof on his way to the crags and pours quisite no mechanism so graceful no nectar into the cup of tho honeysucle handiwork so divine So quietly and to refresh tho humming bird and mysteriously does the human body perspreads a boquet of a hundred fields form its functions that it was not until of buckwheat and lets the honey 5000 vcars after tho creation of tho bfift nut his mouth to anv eun of all race that tho circulation of the blood the banquet and tolls the grasshopper was discovered and though anatomists to go anywhere he likes and gives tho of all countries and ages have boon so flocks of Heaven the choice of all the long exploring this castlo of life they grain fields Tho sea anemone half have only begun to understand it animal half flower clinging to tho Volumes have been written of tho Tock in mid ocean with its tentacles hand Wondrous instrument With it spread to catch its food has tho Owner we give friendly recognition and grasp of the universe to provide for it We aro the sword and climb tho rock and repulsed at tho hideousness of tho ele- Â¬ write and carve and build It conphant but God for tho comfort and structed tho pyramids and hoisted convenience of the monster puts forty the Parthenon It mado tho harp and thousand distinct muscles in its probos- then struck out of it all tho worlds min- Â¬ cis the whito marblo of Pen I go down on tho barren sca shoro strelsy In it dreamed itself away into and say JNo animal can live in this teticon mines immortal sculpture It reins in tho place of desolation but all through swiftenginc it holds the steamer to its the sands aro myriads of little insects it snatches tho firo in the that leap with happy life I go down paths Heaven sea feels tho pulso of tho it by tho marsh and say In this damp from child with its delicate touch aud sick pace nnd in theso loathsomo pools of nations quako with its stu- Â¬ stagnant water thoro will bo tho quiet Â¬ makes theachievements What power pendous ness of death but lo I see tho tur- brought down the forests nnd made tho tles on tho rotten log sunning them nnd burdened tho selves and hear tho frogs quako with marshes blossom cities that thunder on all tho with multitudinous life When tho un earth and power Four fin fledged robbins are hungry God shows with enterprise A hundred million the oldrobin whero bIio cangotvfood to gers and a thumb nurchaso for you a wnnld not nia Put intothnJr nnpn months- - Winter is machine as exquislto and wonderful as not allowed to como until tho antsjmvejjj - rvtvn linnd M trlitv nanuj in an - T granaricd Iheir harvest and tho squiia Jui -musmua rels havefillQd their cellar wUlj nuyg its bones ana is good God God shows tho huncrry iehiwumori learn that Â¬ Bohold tho eye which in its photo whoro it may find tho crocodllas eggs instant catches and in arctic climes there are animals graphic gallery in an per- sea that God so lavishly clothes that they itn mountain and theof tho lhis nerves ni toWranhinfr can afford to walk through snow Â¬ a n ntc fimr nru tiiA ntiitr MiTiiriH liiu utwr storms in tho finest ablo and erroino hones and and chinchilla nnd no sooner is ono sot that do not wear out theso with 14000 differ of furs worn out than God gives them muscles of the body anew one Ho helps tho spider in its cnt adaptations theso 100000 glands mysterious architecture of its goisamor brldjjo theso 2000600 pores this times every contracting 4000 and takes caro of tho color of tho but Â¬ bean diges-terflys wings and tinges the cochineal hour this chemical process of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ and helps tho moth oat of tho olirimn lis Vho animal crnntlnn nu i i nrmy nnd rirfvy Tho mn nnm t has its means of defense tho its i ttogHl 0 -- vu 4W3 mum mo l- its hg its mu7zleUho olonhant us tusk the fish iU nnl th iui cwift winir the nlmwu 41 i roo in W repelled thotlmiiitlitnf 5int and tusk and hoof out UOd s POGdness nrnvlthw tn fu tile defenso of tho animals rljrhts ca God in the Bible announces His enre for theso orders of creatiou Ho t says that ho has heaved up fortifications for their defenso Psalm ctv 18 The high hllla aro a rofugo for tho wildj goats and tho rocks for tho conies Ho watches tho birds nest Psalm civ 17 As for tho stork tho fir trees aro her house Ho scci that tho cattle havo enough grass Psalm civ M Ho causcth the grass to grow for tho cattle Ho sees to it that tho rll T tlon this laboratory beyond tho under Â¬ standing tho most skillful philos- Â¬ ophy this furnace whoso heat is konk CT10 to thl factor if TS f ru uou uirccieo if wo could reauzo tho winders of our physical or ffanZatlon wo wola b0 hypoohondrl- ncs fcarimr cverv moment Imt somo part of tho machine would break down But thero aro mon hero who havo lived through seventy years nnd not a ncrvo has ceasad to thrill or n muselo to contract or a lung to breathe or a hand to Â¬ yuuus T Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ JB jui manipulate I tako a Ktop higher and look at mans mental constitution Behold tho bonovolcnco of God in powers of per- Â¬ ception or tho faculty of transporting this outsido world into your own mind gathering Jntoyour brain tho majesty of tho storm and tho splendors of tho day dawn and lifting into your mind tho ocean na easily as youtailght put a glass of water to your lips Watch tho law of association or tho mysterious linking together of all you ever thought or know or felt and then giving you thopovor to tako hold of tho clow lino nnd draw thromrh your mind the long train with indescribable velocity ono thought starting up a hundred and this again a tho- Â¬ usandas tho chirp of ono bird some Â¬ times wakes a wholo forest of voices or tho thrum of ono string will rouso tin orchestra Watch your memory that sheaf binder that goes forth to gather tho harvest of tho past and bring it into tho present Your powor and velocity of thought thought of tho Rwlft wing and tho lightning foot thought that outspeeds tho star and circles through tho heavens and weighs words and from poising amid wheeling constela tions comes down to count tho blossoms in a tuft of mignonette then starts again to try tho fathoming of tho bottomless and tho scaling of tho in- Â¬ surmountable to ba swallowed up in tho incomprehensible and lost in Godl In reason and understanding man is I wish you good cheer for tho national alone Tho ox surpasses him In lleaping maehines never strength the antolopo in speed tho harvest hound in keenness of nostril the eaglo swnthed thicker rye and corn buskers in far reaching sight tho rabbit in peff never ripped fuller ear and mow quickness of hearing the honey bee in poles never bent down under sweotor delicacy of tongue tho spider in fine- Â¬ hay and wind mills hoppor nevor ness of touch Mans power therefore shook out larger wheat Long trains consistcth not in what he can lift or of white covered wagons havo brought how fast ho can run or how strong a tho wealth down to the great thorough wrestler ho can throw for in theso re- Â¬ fares Tho garners aro full tho storo spects the ox tho ostrich and houses aro overcrowded thu canals aro tho hyena aro his superior but blocked with freights nresssing down by his reason ho comes forth to to tho markets The cars rumble all rule all through his ingenious through tho darkness and whistle up contrivanco to outrun outlift out the flagman at tho dead of night to lot wrestle outseo outhear outdo At his the western harvests como down to feed all conquering decree tho forest that the mouths of tho great cities A race had stood for ages steps aside to let him of kings hns taken possession of this build his cabin and cultivate his farm land King Cotton Klug Corn King Tho sea which raved and foamed upon Wheat King Ilice King Grass King tho raco has become a crystal pathway Coal I wish you good cheer for civil and for commcrco to march on MMiu 41 111iii No official spy der cloud that slept lazily above tho religious liberty mountain is mado to como down and watches our entry hero nor does an dissatisfied armed soldier interfere with tho honest carry mail bags Men of advancement utterance of truth We stand bore towith his slowness shouted to the Water and tho Firo day with our arms freo to work and our tongues freo to speak This Bible Como aiid draw Como nnd lift Couiq and help And they answered it is all unclasped thii pulpit thero and they joined is no chain around about it Thcro Ay ay wo come hands the Firo and the Water and is no snapping of musketry in tho tho shuttles fly nnd tho rail train rat street Blessed be God that to day wo tles on nnd the steamship comes cough- Â¬ aro free men with tho prospect and deing panting flaming across tho deep termination of always bolng freo Ho elevates tho telescope to tho heav No established religion Tow and Gen- Â¬ ens and as easily as through tho sjoth tile Arminlan and Calvinist Trinitaoscopo tho physician hears the move- Â¬ rian nnd Unitarian Protestant and ment of the lungs tho astronomer Ilomnu Catholic on tho samo footug catches tho pulsation of distant systems If persecution should como ngainst tho Ho most unpopular of all the sects I bo of worlds throbbing with life takes tho microscopo and discovers that lievo that all other denominations there are hundreds of thousands of would band together and arm them animnlcuho living moving working selves and hearts would bo stout nnd dying within a circle that could bo cov- Â¬ blood would bo free and tho right of ered with the point of a pin animals to men to worship God according to ttie which a raindrop would bo an ocean dictates of thoir consciences would bo a rose leaf a hemisphere and tho flash contested at tho point of tho bayonet of a flre fly lasting enough to givo them and with blood flowing up to tho bits of tho horses bridles light to bovcral generations For mercies temporal and spiritual I tako a stop higher and look at a mans lot consecrated llvos bo offered Wher moral nature Mado in tho imago of God Vast capacity for enjoymont over Gods light shines nnd Gods rain capablo at first of eternal joy arid descends and Gods mercy broods lot though now disordered still through the thanksgiving arise tho rccuperativo forco of lienvonly Tho lorroot Man grace able to mount up to moro than From tho crown to tho napo of tho its original felicity faculties that may neck is one twelfth tho staturo of a perfecblossom and bear fruit inexhaustibly tly-formed man Immortality written upon every capac Â¬ The hand from tho wrist to tho end ity a soul destined to rango in unlimit Â¬ of tho middlo finger is one tonth of tho ed spheres of activity long nftor the total height of a man of perfect propor- Â¬ world has put on ashes and tho solar tions system shall havo snapped its axle and A man of good proportions is ns tall as tho stars thnt in their courses fought tho distance between tho tips of IiIb fin against Siscra shall havo been slain gers when both urms nro oxtonded to and burled nmid tho toiling thunders of full longth tho last day The face highest point of You sco that God has adapted every tho foreheadfrom tho whero tho hair begins to thing to our comfort andjulvantagc tho end of tho chin is One tenth of tho Pleasant things for tho palato music wholo staturo of a man of perfect mold for tho ear beuuty for tho oyo aroma tho foots of tho hair If tho face for tho nostril kindred for our affec to tho chin 1ms from divided into three equal tions poetry for our taste rougion lor parts tho first division determines tho our soul Wo nro put in a gnrden and place whero tho eyebrows should moot told that from all tho troes wo may eat tho second tho opening of tho nostrils except hero and thero one He gives if tho man bo perfect In form tho sun to shlno on us and tho waters Tho proportions of tho human flgura to refresh us and food to strengthen aro six times tho longth of tho right medicine when us and the herbs yield foot Whether tho form is slender or wo aro sick and tho forest lumber plump tho rule holds good on tho aver whon wo would build a house or cross ago Any deviation from this rule is a tho water in a ship Tho rocks aro doparturo from tho beauty of propor- Â¬ our foundation tion for transported It is claimed that the Greeks and metals upturned to our currency make all their statues according to tills and wild beasts must givo us covering rule St Louis Republic and tho mountains mu be- tunneled to let us pass and tho fish of tho sea cpmo Thero are too many people whr up in our not and tho birds of tho air flash of our guns aad tho claim to loyo God with all their hearts drop at tho potatoes in a small half bushel cattlo pn tho thojiend hlllscomo down who sell peach to glv u meat Foruth The reason men are down on reorchards bend down their fruit and ligion J because it Is rfown on their vtnnvards their purple elutr tia To feed and rofresh our intclleet 10000 j vleee Â¬ Â¬ a1Â¬ wonders in nature and providence1 wonders of mind ani body wondors of earth and air and deep analogies and antithenes nil colors and sounds lyrics in tho air idyls in tho Hold conflagra- Â¬ tions in the sunset robes of mist on the mountains and tho Grand March of God in tho storm But for tho soul still higher adapta Â¬ tion a ladder by which it may wash a bidder by which it mny climb a song of endless triumph that it may sing a crown of unfading light that it may wear Christ camo to savo it camo with a cros on his back camo with spikes in his feet camo when no ono else would come to do a work which no ono elso would da Soo how suited to mans condition in what God harf done for him Man is a sinner hero it pardon Ho has lost Gods imago Chris retraces it Ho is helpless Almighty graco is proffered Ho is h lost wan Â¬ derer Jesus brings him homo Ho is blind nnd at ono touch of Him who cured Bartlmous oturnal glories stream into his soul Jesus I slug Thy gracol Curo of worst disease Hammer to smito off heaviest chain Light for tho thickest darkness Graco divinol Dovlls scoff at it and men reject it but Heaven eclobrntes it I wish you good cheer for tho na- Â¬ tional health Postilonco that in other years has como to drive out its thous and hcarsos to Groonwood and Laurel Hill has not visited our nation It is u glorious thing to bo woll How strange that wo should keep our hen lth whon ono breath from a marsh or tho sting of an insect or tho slipping of a foot or the falling of a treo branch might fa Â¬ tally assault our life Regularly tho lungs work nnd their motion seems to bo a spirit within us panting after its immortnlity Our sight fails not though tho air is so full of objects which by ono touch break out tho What ship after n souls window years tossing on tho sea could como in with so little damage as ourselves though wo arrlvo after a years voyago Â¬ OOMMHOtfl oamptox 8 8 COMB4 rr ri Paoraiirroiu Tat patronage ef the IraTellaf yaUle If retptfully elicited Table tke tTery attenUea fer the eeafert ef guietiwV fcfaJ FRED ML KELLAM witk r 11 TIMMONM Wholesaler Grocers PORTSMOUTH ft splSly S ABOV1J SALARY WILL 11 PEDDLING FOR FU AGENT8 PAID TO LIVE TUEIX INFORMATION ADDRESS I I Wanted Good Agents to bele bsm Genxsal like op merchandise Nt 25 SALARY PER WEEK CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO 178 W Van Burea St Chicago III ENRY MATLOOK WITH H MCMILLAN HAZEN GO WHOLESALE BOOTS AND SHOES KNOXVILLE TENN TTho above goods are handled by J CO DAY Hazel Green Ky MARKS BROS MARKS AND QliQUM HOUSE Nos 134 138 RACE STREET CINCINNATI O THE KRUSE 5 BAHLMAB HARDWARE COMPAHY11 - - 15 and 17 West Poarl Streili CINCINNATI O t s v T The wholesale trade of Eastera luoay ii roapeouuuy boucuqu vi 1 Ktao TlIE Â¬ Â¬ Wholesale Dry Goods 101 Notions Â¬ Â¬ 103 and 103 W Fourth Street CINCINNATI O South Side Â¬ GROSSMAN SCHLEUTKBR CO Saddlery and Harness Noi 74 and 70 Main Street CINCINNATI 0 GUS Hardware MEYER VITII WMKERRG0 -- O JODUEH3 IN 0- i t Agricultural Implemsnts OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS MALTA PLOWS FOSTER STOVE CO COOKS BULLS EVAPOHATOB CHAM PION REAPERS fc MOWERS STODDARD AND ACME HARROWS DOORS AND bASH A SPEqLALTY Noi 110 b 119 Second Street VJ l7 IRONTON OniOi for our Illustrated Catalogue containing illustrations and fricm of evebythino manufactured xjf tiib United Statfj at manufacture 10000 ILLUSTRATION KR8 rXICEfl CATALOGUE ALL LINE3 REFRBSRNTED MAILED FREE ON APPLICATION ADDRR80 CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CONo 178 Wrot Van Burr CHICAGO ILL - DO YOU WANT TO SkVM FROM 2fl to 60 CENTS ON EVERY DOLLAR YOU SPEND If bo warm - St C itJ Â¬ Wriltt ftUMH iai Wete fce jea fer me at Faper ejtlylOe a Ae b4 kMImw TV H elfe ieeeeT 011 c lei JiwJBi etf h M Hazel Gejcen Herald Editor LETTER FROM INDIAN TERRITORY Chickasaw Nation Dec 20 Dear 1891 wyv t i J BPENOKR COOPER Did you ever feel aH I imnrrttin nnmpl Mticr HLn Klilnli filf wlinil-w 1 0 ho thought that ho ulouoof all the Lord h Well I beg Klijnlia prophets was left pardon for tho comparison but wo do But Tin lust ect a little bit blue comes around just in timolol Herald Herald av fl -- flA Citizens NutioiiulBunk WINCHESTER KENTUCKY PAID UP CAPITAL YM4HlflBV BJIVU US Ul H HJUll 1IUU WIltT ll llMI IllllC Friday HAZEL GREEN - KY 1 Jan 1892 BRIEF EDITORIALS AND NEWS NOTES Tho Democratic congress now in kch tlon proposes nmong other matters of tariff reform to put wool on tho free list A Indy named Mre Kelly living at Plymouth W Va waa accidentally killed by tho disclmrgo of a Bhot gun in tho hands of her son who didnt know it was loaded Our congressman Hon John W Ken- Â¬ dall was honored by second placo on tho committco on milcngo and wo predict that Speaker Crisp will find him one of tho most faithful committeemen Tho Mammoth dry goods Htoro at liar rodsburg was consumed by firo Saturday morning about 1 oclock and it is thought tho small boy did it with his little shoot Â¬ ing cracker Tho loss on stock is 15500 and on tho building 8000 Main street Btorcs in Louisville were burglarized on Christmas cvo by cutting through the skylights and as tho stores were not opened until tho day after Christmas tho knights of tho jimmy had plenty of time to get away with I their plunder ll Bob Sims tho Alabama outlaw and his gang havo taken refuge in n houso in Choctaw county aud defy tho authorities Tho houso is strongly fortified and it is feared that they will escape A company of 20 men and a six pound climes Somo sickness here this fall aud wincannon were dispatched to tho scene m ter Some say the cause is from the Minnesota and Iowa wore both visited country being settled up so fast the far- Â¬ XT by a bountiful fall of tho beautiful mers turning so much sod hind but your on Christmas day and along with the scribe thinks its from living in had Thevnre operating THE LARGEST FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP IN THE snow or just in its wake came a cold houses Thoso who live in good houses STATE cast of Louisville wave At Macon City Iowa tho tem Â¬ have good health and that proves to mo All kinds of BOILER AND ENGINE REPAIRING SKILLFULLY perature dropped 60 between 12 m and that that is the cause But tho people PBfcsDONE J M KELLY President the LOWK8T cant afford to build good houses as they Office 99 EAST MAIN STREET livino prices 10 F M It was tho coldest Bnap of the TTfT havo not got permanent homes JCLy I Foundry on K U RAILROAD f season Â¬ WASH MILLER appreciated Herald If my health dont cliungo for the bet- Â¬ PRESIDENT ter I guess I will chaugo my address in tho near future I am not going to leave L tho nation becauso I dont like it My physician telln mo it would be the best S W WILLIS for mo to go back to my own climate VICE PRESIDENT If I were young and seeking a fortune this would bo my homo for truly it is tho garden spot of tho world It is very encouraging to know that after a two A H HAMPTON years stay in this nation I leave them CASHIER all friends I havo learned to lovo this peoploand think it is reciprocated They have been kind to me during my stay aud their kind and loving expressions W POYNTER and importunities makes mo regret leav Â¬ fMiw w llUfflHWM 7a n MHUaDlflMft Tl VfliMyfl T HtjTWftkViv Iv in NWL L2lHtMVt H II lit Maa ASST CASHIER ing them Wo have such good meeting bore and such ablo ministers Our nearest place of worship is a half mile Bro A J Clark is our minister Ho is a very able Has ample facilities for doing speaker but cant compete with Bro E a general banking business So- Â¬ -ZvrSKl pCXH ISPW R Webb whom I spoke of in my last B licit deposits makes collecletter Ho was able to attract any audi tions gives prompt and careful attention to all business entrust- Â¬ ence Ho would diagram his sermons on ed to it and extends to its a largo blackboard and then defino them r T customers the most iiberal TftuMMr irrr iinimwi ini in such a plain simple manner that the accommonations consistent witti m wJiZmm wayfaring man though a fool could correct banking business not err therein Never was tho gospel MMHHMHnopnMl presented in a simpler and more schol- Â¬ M KELLY President WM BRIGHT Secretary and Treasurer arly way to eager listnors than it was to J tho crowd that gathered day and night WHENEVER YOU VISIT LEXINGTON ONLY FOR A to hear him Truthfully and sincerely ON CALL did ho tell tho story of the cros and DECKER BROTHERS our hearts aro mnde glad at the result Bro Webb has winged his way to other I hardly know what to dovoto this article to ns I have been sick for the past two months and I am not posted on anything But praiso the Lord by the hnlpot a skillful physician aud the attention of many other good friends I am ngaiu ablo to pen a few lines to the much Well Â¬ jrjHMlfly m II fl M 17500000 WMZ TP5Ji fLT KS5ffiSSBa ft il J Â¬ I ill JI Â¬ BB - LOO TO THE THE Lexington Foundry Go Office 99 EAST MAIN STKEET RAILROAD Sfcop K at GRAND PIANO AND A YEARS SUBSCRIPTION Â¬ near 7th St WEEKLY ENQUIRER A Decker Bro Grand Upright Piano A Gladiator Watch and Case A Lemaire 24 line Field GUs A Holman Parallel Bible A Venice Parlor Clock A High Grade Safety Bicycle An Elgin Watch and Boas Case A TVl JUUXlIlgLOIl 65000 3000 2000 1300 1200 12500 2500 Through tho negligence of a brakeman named Albert Herrick on the New York Central railroad 11 persons were killed and flvo others so seriously injured that thoy may die Tho brakeman had been sent back to flag a coming train but loitered on tho way and after wit Â¬ nessing tho fruits of his carelessness he left tho scene Cotton picking is the order of the day at this time but I think they are aiming I 1 i to givo vacation for tho holidays There a good lamp aro fields of 40 acres white for gathering is not simple it is must be simple when it Some of the neighbors anticipate spend not good Simple Beautiful Good these ing tho holidays in the Comanche nation words mean much but to see The Rochester on a protracted hunt of 20 days They will impress the truth more forcibly All metal will take several wagons and plenty of tough and seamless and made in three pieces only provisions Somo 10 or 15 will engage it is absolutely sae and unbreakable Like Aladdins in the sport of old it is indeed a wonderful lamp for its mar- Â¬ As I am tired of writing aud you are velous light is purer and brighter than gas light Col Wra Fcarall his wifo and two doubtless weried from reading this long softer than electric light and more cheerful than either children wero burned to death near letter I will closo with many regards for Look forUiltnmp Tiir Rochkstkr If the lampdealcr hasnt the genuine Gnldeboro N C in a firo which destroy Â¬ The Rochester and the style you want send to us for our ncwr illustrated catalogue May the dove of peace Herald laud we wilt send you a Jarup safely by expresv your choice of over UOOO ed their homo on Christmas day though and prosperity perch upon its banner iraneues irom mc careen Ijimt Start i tht World ROCHESTER LAKP CO 42 Park Place New York City been it is thought murder may havo Catharine Henry committed and tho houso afterward fired Mountlntrs nml Other Matters to conceal tho crime Sovoral tenants Sentinel Democrat Dec 23 aro missing which gives color to the lat Â¬ Mrs Susan Womack formerly of West conclusion ter Liberty a sister of Mrs W H Cartmiil of this city died Saturday at tho home There was a riot in Chicago on Christ- Â¬ m of her son Willis G Womack at Butler I trla mas day and an attempt was made to Mo Tho remains arrived hero Monday Mr J I Cask Hlckorr 3rovo Farm homo ofJuyKyvSv lUielne WlMsayis Alter trying m mob two policemen who entered a saloon en routo for West Liberty for interment evory known remody I reinuvtHl a large Hunch of two ycunt nlaudlng trom a 3 year old filly S in citizens clothes whilo a light was in Sho was tho mother of M T Coon with tbrvo applications of Tho officers however were Womack the well known stock dealer of progress equal to tho occasion aud held tho mob West Liberty aud was a most excellent Itlathobostprcparatlonl haveeverusedorheard J at bay until assistance arrived when lady of 1 heartily recommend it to all Horsemen several of tho toughs wero taken to the Miss Mattie Quicksall of Ezel secre We have hundred cj such teitimoniaU L U tary and treasurer of tho F lock up in patrol wagons Price 8150 per battle Aikyour Jnjgxlitforlt If ho arrived yesterduy and will make Mt doe not kep Itx nd us Sic sum pa or all vr fur t rial xr Tho Kentucky legislature met on Wed Â¬ Sterling headquarters with ofiico at Dr CO AVTiltchall N Y W B KUDY IHHBHltaititiiavuiii nesday At noon but at this writing we B F Coxs residence Miss Mattie is a havo not heard who is elected speaker of handsome and intelligent young lady the houso Mr Moore of Cynthiana and Sit Sterling welcomes her Ben SI Carr sheriff and J D Phipps and Mr Myers of Covington aro the KY CATLETTSBURG prominent candidates for the place with deputy of Slorgau county wero heroi Largest Drug House ta the OWo Valley Each yesterday en route for Frankfort to get The two or threo others in tho field v -w w w 1 rri nn 16000 Square Feet of Floor Room 28 Hands Employed of the gentlemen named thiuks ho has a llltlr tax 4UIVIU3 xiiirj niv miiuujj iuu cleverest gentlemen in a o30aoaetM lead pipe cinch on the place but should best officials aud Sole proprietors nf the renownetl efraole proprletoni ol the uuiuus the state dark horse come under the wire first it HINDOO KIDNEY CORDIAL N ERVE KINO There are no less than a thousand cases The only remetlv that Is sold on an bo For the permanent rure of 1uins In hex will be no surprise to many Back nml all tliorder of the Kidney f of grippo iu this city and some aro very flute guarantee to cure all Pains and nml Urinary Organs Thousands of ccr Aches Cranius and Colic Diarrhoea Drs sick A brutal barber named Frank Moul UMiterv etc tTsed internally nnd ester- tlncates ol those who hare used this rem Id v will lie cent on aitiiHcation nally The best Uniuient in the world brained his wifo with a Hat iron tou A OMnitrrl llemcriy PRICK 100 I PKICE 25 CKNT3 SIeguimixk the only permanent euro because she would not givo him more -Fok Salk by Dru Storks and Country Storks Kverywjiers room in the bed they jointly occupied in for all forms of headache and neuralgia their home at Lowell Mhsh and when relieves the pain in from 15 to 20 iniu For aalo on iMwilive guarantee at I Ye I did ute accused of his crime Raid JL --JL The Tin Hkraid office or wnt ixwtpald by the job and its a d n good one 50 cents a box j eitlwiu of that place should do a like mail on receipt of price job by giviHg the murderer a bath in Happy and content la a horn wtlfe The Ro- MNTWMTMN H HW KECMM IMMT MAM TYK WRITIH PENMAKlHrf Iwt moult lead Even that would lo caster jM a lamp with the light of tht morning AT THE IRVANT ft STRAnM llwiNESS CtUElfc SINTHWEtT i i too good a tWU for wck a brute Seeing is Believing And P Haydock Itice Coil Spring Handy Top B ggy A Railway Watch in 14 Karat Case 7500 ALife Scholarship in Watters 7- - im 0uu Commercial College f A Six Octave Champion Organ 20000 A Double Barrel Shot Gun 3000 A Silverene Case 7 jewel Watch 1000 A High Arm Improved Sewing Machine5500 A 15 jewel Watch Boss Case 3500 A Fire Octave Parlor Organ 15000 A A mM -- 3000 Gladiator Watch DneberCase Cose 4000 John C Dueber Watch And 82 other valuable premiuniB will be presented to yearly subscribers of the Weekly Enquirer in April 1892 Enclose ouo dollar for a years sub W The Rochester scription to the Weekly Enquirer and gjgj QUINNS 0IMTMENT what will be the number of subscribers in the five largest lists received from Nov 1 91 to March 31 92 For same term last winter it was 2999 and the winter before was 1405 The premiums aro to be presented to those whose guesses are correct or nearest correct For full list see Weekly Enquirer now the largest 12 page dollar a year paper in the United GUESS states ENQUIRER COMPANY CINCINNATI O ralHMiibvutr AGENTS WANTED Good Solicitors make from 200 to 800 a day during Winter Seawn Only those willing to work ladies or gentlemen nettl WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING DRUGGISTS PPlj ENQUIRER COMPANY Cincinnati 0-- iuaiiuiv- io - The Herald and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer one year for only 180 and now in tho time to subscribe H Sx 9t004 J9 f AJJSjWMAOsrfM6tJ THADE MARKS OOPVNIQKTSt te Iter l formation mM free Handbook write to MUNN it CO- - aa BROAUWAT NEW YORK Oldert 6wea ror aeewlss pataaU la Amerioa Ktmtmwm ott br m brought bo for Um by otle rlrra fre of cbarga la tba 1T 9U Scteatiflo Aftttrlcai Ateitcy far IMm 1 MSION FATKNTS tka WM wrtiKc wcrwatt isssgmwrnsiem Larrat kraltlo of ur M4mtl paper la lb wuiM SfB41r UiMtnUwi No tBtlUt m ajHSjiMbe without K WMklr S3tf a i ft IlAZM ami fl tfFTtf UlliWWSI in J 11C8T IT FTP M lIWVl AT Tb I Inlhe IS KcinHt Yhun nilInothor MLStorHiiR Winmercliiintn State pn in - Uo was in town ftncv Trimble whose illness we turned to old Morgan gt wcck dlcl al the realJycatcnlny mciltJoncd iwftnr ilpr nylnnil 1 O Tr mhlnV n Tlio Christmas tree at this pinto bora Mt Sterling at 3 oclock on Christmas muc and nil has passed offhappl- M V II P PIERATT xhik morning aim tne enu 11 brio 10 nave ly and quietly cicster ialid t THE MKDIUM through t been a most happy one Just before she ttLt Mniintmii Trade Anderson Rose who has vniciii nviivrtil ulA iiivmvw n fM iiiivo ui 4liA uamiiu niiu ntnnswl a iuv llnAd tt uu a short time returned last ADVKUTISIMi UATKa hymn Jesus lover of my soul and TRAN8IKNT Klmcr Hays of West Advertisements inserted for less tlinti 3 told those about her that she was pre Â¬ months will he 75 coats an inch for the first pared to go She was 07 years of age and his Christmas in Etel ioscrtlou and -- 3 cents an inch for each sub Married last week Eli leaves a husband and nine children to aenuent insertion WAu Transient Advertising must mourn her loss all of whom havo our Carpenter bb rAin IS ADVASOK Dec 28 HTANDINO ADVRRTI8KMENT8 sympathy in their affliction I trut been out west week Liberty took Cox to a Miss PIERATT CO aiNlEAI MEKCiHANDISB COUNTRY PRODUCE H F DKALKRB JT PIER4T 4 IK LIVE STOCK 1 Inch 12 months 7 50 Blurt met in Good People Play Progression Buy your goods while they are cheap and now is the time Dr Taulbce hands us tho following 00 1 report of those under treatment since 4 inches WOO laBt report It M Wilson inflammation 5 inches -- o 00 6 inches of the parotid glands H F Pieratt Liberal rates on larger ailvertiscmcnts Gardner Miss Lizzie Lykins fever made known on application Local noticcB to be interspersed among Jones and son fever Tommie Fallen reading matter 10 cent a line with n dis count of 25 per cent where they run a month pharangitie Miss Rhoda Ringo tonsilitis Mrs or more Miss Millie Little pleurodynia Obituaries tributes of icspect etc 3c a Lou Day and Mrs Laura Wilson fever lino Count six words to the line and send monoy with tho manuscript We will write John Davidson and wife Kelly DoBusk obituaries and publish at 6 cents n line Fallen Bruce Little Albert Marriage ami death notices not exceeding Mrs Oscar TruBty Magoffin county ten lines solicited and published FREE 3 inches 3 Inches J2 Â¬ TO Cftney Chronicles Grecnvillo lodge F A M rAYAlHB QUARTERLY Ladies of this section can buy the finest cloaks dress goods blankets com Hazel Green Ky forts holiday goods etc to bo found in to the store of Cassell Premature grayness is overcome by the State by a visit 16 and 18 W Main Street Lex Price using Halls Hair Rcnewer ingtbn Ky Their stock is far superior Charley Swango of Frankfort spent to anything ever before Bhown in that Christmas here and returned Monday city and the firm assures us that the prices will be satisfactory to all purchas- Â¬ Ayers Snrsaparilln stops the nauseous ers They handle first class goods only discharges of catarrh and cures the com- Â¬ und sell strictly at ono prico to all plaint Bo sure and give them a trial John M Rose told us Saturday night David Hogg has our thanks for speci- Â¬ that two of his children were suffering mens of gyp rock found in Oklahoma from lagrippe and the bill of a curlew Tho gyp rock Married on Grassy creek Dec 23 by is said to bo so soft wheu first mined that Rev Leander Lacy James Tipton to it can be cut as easily as soap but when Miss Minnie Atnyx Arnnspri tn tho air becomes as hnrd as pieces sent us is of a Aunt Exey the venerable mother of flint Ono of the and has tho words forget Judge George W Carson is quite sick at cream color mo not engraved upon it the engraving ber home on Lacy creek being done while it was in the soft state remedy for throat and lung The other piece is white and almost perAs a homo diseases Ayers Cherry Pectoral is inval fectly transparent uable Druggists now have Ayer s Al Â¬ At a meeting of Mizpah lodge No 507 manac held Saturday Dec 26 the following Elder J M Downing was announced officers were elected for the ensuing year to preach at the Christian church Thurs- J H Pieratt W M J M Ingram S day night but we go to press in advance W John Ward J W F N Day hour of that J W Craven Sec J T Day Trcas W T PerkinH J D J B Davis Unless Gov Brown interferes Isaac S D T J T Pieratt Chap L U Murphy will be hanged at Salyersville on S and E F Cecil stewards the 8th inBt for tho murder of his father Stamper last fall Prof and Mrs Cord suffered an attack Mrs Rilda Day has our thanks for a of lagrippo during the latter part of last re- Â¬ dish of the finest chow chow pickle we week but were able on Monday to over put our lips over She knows how sume their duties in the school room Robert their little son and Mrs Cords to make it mother Mrs Ireland bIbo suffered a has been living in Bimilar attack Dr Kash attended them John Amyx who Kansas and Missouri for about six years Our good neighbor Mrs Bellp Godsey past is visiting his father and mother has our thanks for backbone spareribs near this place and sausage Wo live among the best In the Breathitt circuit court John oconle in the world and among them Ailrmnn was found CUiltV of house- - all there is none who surpasses Mrs God Â¬ burning and sentenced to the peniten Â¬ sey in genuine generosity Address SlENCEU COOPEll Â¬ jrBiiAJi for Regular Advkrtihiso ON DEMAND their hall on the 26th Inst and elected tho following officers for tho ensuing and this is our reason We want to buy more goods year W T Lykins W M C A Le Master S W Grecnvillo Stacy J W Wo aro not in business Wheeler Dont you boo that is business G IJ Lykins S A Tprofit and See J W Wheeler Trcas T J Bur Â¬ meroly for pleasure nor for health but for the ton and J F Lykins stewards the way to make it profitable is to sell everybody And the And I hear that during a Christmas mclco way to sell everybody is to soil cheaper than anybody on Wkito Oak John Oney got badly hurt that is what we are coing to do for Cash or Country Pro- Whisky the cause duce John Hamilton came up from Parks Wo have extended tho Credit System until wo are compelled to close our men Ferry last week to interview timber m anA a ntimootriillv nk thnao who owe us to come in and pay part naiii of this place or all of your noto or account Trusting you will heed this ww H 4 Jl AUA4 A Very respectfully Ac Z T Lewis is quite ill at present and not expected to livo Falcon Dec 28 - JS Colds and Coughs croup sor throat bronchitis asthma and hoarseness curscS by of taxes duo mo for tho years 1889 1890 and 1891 1 or ono of my on MONDAY 4th DAY OF JANUARY 1802 at tho Court Housodoor in the town of Campion Wolfo County Kentucky oxposo to public sale for cash in hand tho following tracts of land and town lots viz SHERIFFS SALE for TAXES 2 Rnwmnn Green Brewer W E Buchanan VA DoputUwm IN WHOSE NAME LISTED NAME OF NEAREST NEIGHBOR fyers Cherry Pectoral the safest and most effective emergency medicine It should be in every family Sumo o Chenault D W EGA Co 1758 127 Dennis G L Ely A loUO Wl 1891 80 47 18 40 17 15 5 18 W Dr J C Ayer Lowell Mass Co Elkhorn Coking Coal Co Hobbs A F TnhiiHon Same 54 82 123 107 J Jab J F Ely Philip Little V Johnson A F Same Kash GMc HlowSO- - Tnvlor ad I W Maple 180 laoo 65 120 800 200 200 172 200 200 400 140 Â¬ Commissioners Sale Â¬ Littlo Loner M A J H nlwr Bush Isaiah Spencer Hazel Ureon Wm Ledford K U Land Co R A Kash Hazel Grcon 1889 1890 91 1891 1890 1891 72 11 15 09 1890 1889-90-- 91 18 60 16 74 By virtue of an order of tho Wolfe County Court as Special CommlHgloner of snld court I will offer for sale at the front door of the Court Houp in Campton Wolfo Countv Kentucky on llieSKCOND MON DAY IN JANUARY 1812 it being thefirst day of the Wolfe Circuit Court the old jnll house belonging to said county upon acred it until the first Monday in October 1892 The purchaser will be reiihirrd to execute bonci for the purchase price with good and approved security payable to the Commis date sioner with 6 per cent interest from same Said bond to have the until paid force and effect of a rcpleviu boud Th s December 23rd JOSEPH C LYKINS Special Commissioner Wolfe County Court Maple I W McGuire Fletcher Noblo W II AiHioney Campton Not located Wm Ledford F Bush II Bryant Len Nickell Ct jN Cltv Andy Wilson Ohair M E Powell Thomas Â¬ ii 2 FARMS FOR SALE containing 95 ACRES 0 miles 8 from Mt Sterling all in grass except In good soil good improvement and acres good neighborhood with an excellent or good schools chard and convenient to is nice home and postofllce It a churches and must be seen to bo appreciated I will cive a better bargain than can be found in the 8tate if application is maue oeiorc ent It ALSO A farm of ADOUT 365 ACRE8 near hrel on Blaokwater Morgan county nuu the Miles Kask farm about 100 acres clear ed and in cultivation and the balanre In timber This farm Is susceptible of division I will divide It to suit purchasers and take a few good horses in part payment and give liberaf terms on the balance A farm Â¬ Profit Wm M Puckott M W Rouse WF Sizemore John Swango A C Samplo no Spencer G B Swango H H Woods A J Walters McClellan Walters O D Town Lot Pntton Virginia 480 GO KULCo 8 P Howe J S Ashley ETKash F Bush CO LGKobo Elizabeth Lawson Philip Little Ed Lawson B F Spencer P Bush M O 20 IOO 1890 1891 1891 1889 1890 1890 1890 1890 1800 1890 1891 1890 1891 1890 1889 1890 1891 4 02 11 11 91 91 91 91 91 91 91 60 170 7 lhOl 1890 91 1891 1890 91 1889 O O 250 888 J8 Jno Tnulbee Walters Walters 4 46 18 78 8 69 18 91 4 19 7 64 8 58 6 86 18 82 7 58 25 82 15 40 7 11 2 75 12 28 8 58 7 46 12 88 9 28 5 94 Attest HANKS S W O tiary for 10 years Floyd Carr tho joweler of Ezel was here Tuesday and left an order for a lot of job printing Floyd always knows where to get the best Henry Godsey has mnde a wonderful improvement in his fathers property by romoving tho yard fence and throwing yard and lawn into one Jerry Little of Jackson after with standing 80 or moro bullets that have penetrated his body was on Monday ac- Â¬ cidentally killed by a saw log rolling Â¬ Do You Need Money get something better than dollars from us The completion of trade heretofore tho K u R R to Jackson has cut us off from a large wholesalo immense stock of by us in several counties cast and left on our hands an had coods which we are compelled to unload and in order to do so wo are determined and make to make prices do the work prices which will make our patrons happy and guar inducements competition howl We offer to Country Merchants extra atiteS to them lower prices than tlioy ever got before Wo are overstocked and cither must unload Remember we will duplicate any bill with freights addednow ro or retail east or west north or south up hill or down We are wholesale ng such lines bought for oabh at bottom bargains as will fill every depart Sent New fresh seasonable choice and cheap Wo can astonish you with If so you can over him MORGAN COUNTY Erel Evolution Kash a Btrong advocate of Peo L free ples party principles especially some time ago saw that the Mrs Emma Lurapktns the well known cainage dress maker at Ezel Kyf now has a nico prospects for favorablo legislation on line of ladies hats and is prepared to do that subject wero very slim and at once sought out and perfected a plan whereby any kind of work in that line he can furnish his own homo with J C Lykins special commissioner of Kash The scheme is working nicely the Wolfe county court in this issue of and if not providentially hindered will our paper offers tho old jail building at continue from generation to generation commissioners sale on the 11th inst A specimen of the first products was last week and like When a lady desires a piece of nice placed on exhibition white coins it wears dress goods it pays to buy it at a place mort all American a beautiful female countenance whore they handle the best Cassell Prico Lexington Ky is that place f At a stated meetine of Ezel lodge No Â¬ fol550 F A M on the 26th inat tho the Â¬ Dr Kash reports tho following on lowing officers were elected for tho ensu sick list John Howerton and wife and ing year viz Dr A B Nickell W M four of their boys Gardner Jones son T F Carr S W Samuel Rice J W j Wm Clarks wife and three children W C Hill Trcas J S Nickell Sec Nickell J Peter Wills four children A B Pieratt S D J A T UDcaian S The Christmas treo at this placo bore D John Ratliffo abundantly among other things gathered Sexton Chap Tho school taught by G W Goad at from it being a twist of long green to- Â¬ bacco for the editor Our better J also Flat Gap uear this place closed Satur day A large number 01 pcop nc received several nice little presents attendance and several competent Beglpnlng with our next issue wo will examined his first class in tho several and studies and placed the general average have more space to dovoto to news we hope our correspondents will all at 92J per cent has the promptly send In their letters on Monday Our jeweler T F Carr now ho has Crisp newsy letters are what we want largest and best line of watches S Â¬ i-- djgtf J O TKlMUljfc Heres the littlo Joweler of Ezel Turned to a Watch tho time to tell He is on his knees As the public sees And a prayer is made For the Jewelry trade Not that hes busted Or his trade has rusted Rut as times are tight V a He thought It right To sell goods lower Than ever before Open race Hteni wma American Watches 500 r Large WcightClocks 350 Beautiful Walnut Spring lockB 3 Superior qual Cjmp Vtf flawing Machine Oil 3 ox bottles 10 ity of T I OAUU cents Respectfully chanco covered with goods at half prices As the prices we name merely live ui a sold for afibrd credit Good will be aet our moHey out of the goods wo cannot 3l H cashonl Wo u ana mini PilV fu nA ITa Viii nrr wnn a-i-- -- l f- a- n You can a CAtv Stock to so ect flora Dressea here as anywhere and at the very get as fine and stylish MllHnery and lowest prices Yours etc i Â¬ LiviiY Fied and j on JOHN PIERATT Salt Stibli KY MTDouuie anu owgiu Rigs and Saddle Horses for hire Parties convey ed to any point 011 reason able terms T to HAZKL GREEN KENTUCKY H O M ROSE SWANGO HAZEL GREEN Â¬ Â¬ -ers 25J AMOS Rose fnri1 DEALERS IN Swaiigfcy u Dre Medi prices good I t -- in a1o attend to all calls for DAVIS saKr with Mm O auc- - GENEEAL MSROSANDI- SHAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY IV I I lo viiii While returning from a meeting on circuit court in Janu- week of Grassy one day last week Breck Amyx the first a ii nll watches cheaper tuan was accidentally kicked by a horse and ever sold in this country had his leg broken just below the knee they wore lived in the James Gilmore who has Dr Taulbee was called and set the limb years has re- western states for several and the patient is now doing well I lwrnrrt 110 Will UU V ETTMAN BROS ef Manufacturers --MiY 0 W 0 jMff IJAjUffiAiw Pearl Carry a complete line of Dry Goods Notions Ladies Good Gents Clothing Boote Shoes HaU Patent Co cincs Saddles Harness c and sell FOR CASH at lower than over before seen m Haael Green WA11 a guaranteed a represented or money refunded a trt CiaelaHatl jrHeadfluartertWet Liberty Ky JOB PRIN lilb I ririiiiTiMn neatlyATowSmsZS7SSnxiSon yr wfer THIS OFFICE OUTED 4 1 IWlHIM ISW- M ry dt ii PERSONAL AND LITERARY nw additions Within tho lust week afo beforo somebody else got nil the the drift of affairs and each smiled th we have sold out three ontiro additions choico lots John thought hed better smile of triumph Waller of Cohnccfout of forty acres each Yes siri we havo go homo and talk tho matter over with John morcver felt that ho owed a fgrbi 8odnT tho most wonderful Mary first but another rush of cus- Â¬ great debt of gratitude to Harry Pear- Â¬ can dash off lottors at flftv WnnUU vthKlgon recordand its a settled fact tomers nnd another sale of a dozen lots son for tho disinterested interest ho had the minuto and at the same timo keen running conversation with any 8itoBC r I i Tnr I that awithinof two years wo will havo decided him that delay was dangerous taken in his affairs and ho longed for up a ho wishes to body hero city twenty thousand popula so ho told Scruggs to go on nnd llx up an opportunity to repay him talk to HB prnctico is somothing enormous since1 i navo mvcsicu every dollar I tho contract then und there tion CHAPTEIt X - WAITIN ho returned from London as consul can get hold of and wish I had a mil- Â¬ nouNc Scruggs by the way was n typical TnE REIIIENT HnOWS ITS FAHflfl lion to invest This is the- groat chnnco western real estate agent in some par- Â¬ Tennyson has taken a vlolontfancr When Pearson reached Scruggs ofllco Tc wo an passla JA lano of n lifetime for nmnsslng a fortuno ticulars at least Ho was full of busi Â¬ ho found tho agent alone Ilo was sit Â¬ to Ada llehan whilo she speaks An haltln by tho wny with As Shukospearo says thoro ls a timo ness unsparing of his talk bland smil- Â¬ ting iTeVloprJiiBOVaTestoupllnilMT at his desk with ttis pen stuck enthusiasm of the charm of tho poot 4 1 rf l VAVfttrarfSutBPW in tho uffairri of mon which iftuken at ing nnd wildly enthusiastic Ho was a above his car and with his faeo buried laureates personality of his health tho right moment leads on to fortune LniC Btindny Pronchcr Hopkins Baldt hustler from tho word go and ho nevor in his hands It was evident from his and of tho enloyment of llfo which h0 tired of talking up nnd showing up tho attitude and his listless manner that ho displays though eighty two years of f I l w irciiwui soon oe oer YJRf1 land iujmr easothat tlmels righCnow w How arc you soiling your los WttHdol6 folkTiihfolsr cross advantages of his town It came as was deeply engrossed in study ugehomo months blder than Olatlstone upon dat BUlnln shore Selling em low very low dirt cheap natural to him to flguro up enormous Tho highest building in tho world Hatching up somo scheme for plun- Â¬ one third cash and balance on long timo profits on investments hi town lots as it dering thcsQ poor dovils Dor Undlo unl ho am larao Harry has just been completed on tho Signal An Ituubon Poole nm bald nnd easy terms Here now in the plat did to eat and sleep and ho ulwaysmado thought as he a peak of Monte Boss An Alpine club halted for Antinli Whitobouu olo Auut Chlo of an addition just put on the market it so plain that tho would be investor moment in the open tloor to con- Â¬ and Queen Marirarot of Italvnnntnit Am w nitin to called It is going so fast that wo can hardly could almost see the profits sticking out template Seraggs Hes got somo uted tho money for this hut An Trustoo Johnson nays to mo mako out tho papers fust enough to Ho always made each customer feel that deep laid plan wtwork nnd whatever it boasts of an altitude of nearly which DoBUtiftndiisiioon muscorabi keep up with the sales This addition r ho was giving him n decided ndvantngo is itll briug a- fow thousands to his thousand feet It Is supplied fifteen For you nn mo an u olo folks with a is close in and is bound to become busi Â¬ over all other customers by letting him pocket at tho expenso of tho settlers- To toto our bagnago homo copper roof to protect It from lightning t ness property every foot of it und I hiin Jiuvclota that ho had reserved for At thnt moment Seraggs looked up Walter 11 Evans a young Indiana Dars Daldy Smlf an Daddy Jim can sell you a lot there for ten dollars his own special tooth so to speak A hbhrlh of dor end and his eyes met thoso of Harry Pear- Â¬ botanist who spent the suimuer explor per foot away below its worth f An Doacon Spoonor an bts fvlfo It must not bo inferred that Scruggs son ing the southwestern states in search of Am crutcbln round do bond You say it is closo in or for that matter the average western Beg pardon Mr Seraggs I didnt enpti for tho agricultural department f Yes sir right in town real estate agent was ov is dishonest mean to intrude so if your meditations suys that ho did not see a single rattle Ayl s olo folks nm hnnfdn on About how far is it from hero An Kinuarwnltitv round Seraggs had lots of business and cus Â¬ are sacred Ill withdraw snake or tarantula in that region which To lot do chllcn prow a bit Not a bit over a mile tomers were crowding on him anxious Como in nnd sit down Seraggs is supposed to be their home But ho Fo wo go nndor ground A mile John exclaimed to make investments and there was said in reply Why I was meditating and had a rather thorny time of It gathering Texas Slf tings call that tolerably faroutforjatowu lots of money in it to him nnd ho was seriously too but my thoughts wcro of the cacti Id of sixty or seventy populutioniftpip anxious to build up his town nnd all you und t nm glad you came Sir William MucGregor governor Far out Seraggs cried Why that sort of thing so likely as not ho Ha you uro a faithful agent of British New Guinea recently as great goshen man ils in Why theres never had time to think of what tho Seraggs Always got my interests in -- rnrar st additiouslaidoff two miles beyond that outcome of the affair might possibly bo mind and forever studying out somo fiCmieirMbunir Yule- on Kovlo ah ho arm n liit Mil prefers to call it Tho ICovio range is i a nis is going to do a city l tell you a to his investors Under such circum plan for advunciug thorn What new volcanic and isolated from the main ss llSILfeW P -i groat western metropolis iriri stances the best of us uro liablo to for scheme are you working up now iwrir krmr chain of which Mount Owen Sturifcv iq r Do you tlfhiirso1 - M fgct smiic things But enough of that I nm not working up any scheme the culmination The ICovio range is wnen Jonn Orccn got his pnpers and Mr Pearson Think nothing X ltnow it Thats WW under eleven thousand feet high and lkqWAfRTFflRT a settled fact and loss than twelvo had paid down his money ho left Mr Yet you wcro thinking of mc How id wooded to the very summit months from tq day you will see twen Â¬ Scruggs ofllco nntirKldrtod down street docs that come William K Wilde ty thousand population here and these ilo had not gono far however before I was thinking of you in an entirely nalist who has just the English jour been married to CHAPTEIt IX lots I am offering you for ten dollars a different connection Mrs Frank Leslie is over six feet tall TUB DOOM AT IAIIADISK fAHK foot will bo scllinir at from fivo to six What connection then and well proportioned and about thirty The Mimincr waned and tlio autumn hundred a foot Think of that and tell Why in connection with thoso nine years old lie a newspacame The hopes of tho settlers hod mo what you can invest money in to Greens It has como ncross my mind per man for about has been years twenty been realized to a certain extent and a boat it that thoro is some deep purpose in your has also studied law and medicine anilÂ¬ Alfair crop had rewarded their efforts What is this boom based on Mr action though a brother of Oscar Wilde he h Paul had sold out his and with the Seraggs John asked Ha ha Is it possible thac Seraggs not a disciple of aesthetic nonsense money it brought him gono back cast Hased on solid facts There is not has got his mind off financial matters Mr to take up his studies Ho and Louiso a town of any importance within a hun Â¬ long enough to let a thought of some- Â¬ supposed Stiggins nnd Mr Chudbnnd nro were engaged now with Johns and dred miles of us is there to be two of Dickens best thing so foreign creep in Come known Marys consent and it was understood characters The other lnv n No there is not1 John admitted Seraggs stick to the per cent nnd the London vestryman got that they woro to marry as soon as Paul Hut if he had known ho might havo up at a nicotine commissions nnd dont go to muddling and complained that he had been called returned and located said that there were two or three hun your brum about things that dont a maw worm a Puugloss and a Chad John sold enough of his produco to dred within that radius that expected concern you and that will never put a band and lift the debt from his claim and imme- Â¬ to amount to something and were like that ho hud found maw dollar in your pocket It aint in your worm in his diately ho weut down to Purndiso Park Paradise Park making frantic efforts dictionary but couldnt line Seraggs nnd youd better let it find a to see Scruggs suggestion oven of what a Chad Harry Pearson had to amount to Something Iiut John did alone been out to Johns two or three times not know this band or a Pungloss wns Ordinarily Pearson I dont meddle on one pretext or another and John A statistician in Paris had tho pa Â¬ Well thou Seraggs went on much with things that dont directly had told him of tho debt and of his abil- tience to count the number of words weve got to have a great commercial concern me I am counted hearties employed by ity to pay it off if Scruggs would ac Â¬ center out here and wo propose to bo the most celebrated wri and unfeeling and havo been cursed ters cept tho money and release the mort- - it Weve got three or four railroads The works of Corneillc do not Uaq to Becrshpba by every bocty from planned out and the compauics organ contain more than 7000 different words Who I am very anxious to get rid of tho ized to build them First there is tho ira WAS A HUSTLER FROM THK WORD QO ns a has hnd any dealings with me and and those of Moliere 8600 Shakes general thing people are not to peare the debt John said and stop tho iuter-- Kansas City Topeka most fertile and varied of Paradise Park in turning a corner ho came face to blame They have had room for swear- Â¬ English authors wrote all his trage Â¬ est lino Second there is the Chicago Thats n uirul and right too said Omaha Paradise Park lino Tlitn tho face with Harry Pearson who was hur- Â¬ ing und not knowing that there was a dies with ir000 words Voltaire and Harry ant Scruggs ought to bo will- Â¬ Galveston tfc Paradise Park lincj and rying along in tho direction of Seraggs monkc3 in tho easo aro not to blame Goethe employ JOO00 Paradise Lost ing to acccpc tho money if ho is at all last tho New York St Louis para Â¬ oflice Harry was coming at such for swearing at the cat whose paw has only contains 8000 and the Old Testa disposed to jv fair Hut from what I dise Park line There aro other lines speed that ho did not see Green until ho been used to rake tho chestnuts from ment says all that it has to say with know of him take him to bo a greedy but we do not mention them fpr they had nearly collided with him and when the fire But I suppose I ought not to r012 words grasping wretch with no feeling of are not what we chooso to call certain- Â¬ he did see him he stopped dead short complain I am paid for oy work and mercy in his soul TV a jrrcat iritv vou ties Franchises have been granted for and from his looks and actions it was it is my duty to shoulder the blame that HUMOROUS attaches to it and take the curses it I biiu hio hueh a man to several lines of cable road jv oji and chnrters apparent that he would not havo been brings down on my heart Anyhow I Fond Father Children deal with in 1 I oymputhiza with you if tho issued for wator and gas works Plans more surprised if ho had met tho czar nm willing to go on with thnt but I nm clock struck fourteen what time would of Uusmu with all his royal attendants It is an unpleasant thing to bo in tho havo been druwu up for a doenor more Logical Louise power of such men as Seraggs John brick blocks and of course that is but a Why Mi Green he exclaimed is not willing to bo a purty to a worso it be Two oclock crime and by George I wont be I papa Clever Charlie replied and when I got cloar of this taste of what is to follow If you want it possible you arc in town so early Time to get the clock fixed t Yes said John affair I hopo novor to got into such a to be an independently rich man with f came down this say I wont bo und I moan it Arc you through with your sermon place again That was All Mrs Cumso Lismore money than you know what to do morning ten What is that deadened son ml f Vell you havent seen Scruggs That so Ill toll you what Ill do said with just invest every dollar you ean For the pitcnt yes Harry hear A dendened Cumso Im quito woll acquainted rako together and do it right now Seraggs yct at any rate Then may I ask what deep crime you Oh that is somebody murdering asound with Seraggs and I may havb some in- Â¬ Youll never have such another chance Yes I have just eomo from his of- song rofuse to bo party to flee fluence with him Ill try to persuade mark my word for that Drakes Mngazine Yes you may Its the crime you him to accept your money What Youve seen Seraggs Ho can The Missionary Spirit Mrs Watts Scruggs had rattled on at such a rato Yes nnd tried my best to get him to contemplate against those Greens or make an oieoption in your favor if ho and with such wild enthusiasm that I suppose it is owing to the1 lack of rather against Greens girl time that you never wash your fuco ii John Green felt ouito dazed and he accept tho money but he wouldnt Pearsons face flushed and a spark of Hungry Higgins Yesm Pm too busy overjropiuchfobligcd to scratchedhis huadaniPwulkod tliojfloor Im sorry you mentioned it to him S11 mlr got there I was on my way anger lighted his eyes For nn insUvufc ocourin tho country 1 ycuforlyfur dnfcsWt the mutter- Indinnapolis nuiua Uiiui uiiu cmimiiiT L m until I BniavISnV raiTnIrhoiyolrmay sue- - mind Intdvorleimr order Eventhon now und hurrying with all possiblo ho gazed steadily at Seraggs then slow Â¬ Journal ly let his glance fall to the floor It was coed Ho joyfully when ho felt culm and collected his speed to got thoro before you did But And you will bo You eomo down in a day or two and mind appeared unbalanced nnd such perhaps you havo not come to any terms somo timo before ho spoke nnd when he mine She aggressively No I did ho said iiri tho meantime Ill talk to Seraggs phrases as town lots Be surprised wont close in ten with him yet Why you Mr Scrigrt arc vou aware wlmr just said you So John went down with his meney dollars a foot Yes I havo I havo invested tho groat metropolis would marry mo She your words imply Scroggs was in his office busy with n went dancing through it liko imps But mouoy in town lots dogmaticully Thats different 1 am most eertalnly replied Detroit Free Press town plat and ii cduplo of men who oventunlly ho collected his scattered Tut tut Just my luck I think if wcreselccting town lots f6r an Invest- Â¬ senses sufficiently to recall tho business T hud been there 1 could havo induced Scruggs nnd they imply nothing but His Error Puppette ment After awhilo tho sales wcro that brought him to Seraggs oftico and Scruggs to release the mortgage I gave tho truth- I nm not fool enough to is your sister Willie You Why hero said sho effected and the men going out Seraggs forthwith ho stated it him a blqwiug up about it lust night think that your uctions towards Green wasnt ut home Willie Do PoyBtcr mean anything good It would bo I made a mistake Im sorry Mr Grcon Scruggs Baid and ho half way proqilsed me that hed hard enough to bcliovo that if your con I thought you was lot you off If I could havo got there in with a shaking of his head trying to collect a bill for a dry goods but I timo I could rbiT in his presence wns the only thing havo held him to it but it couldnt possibly accept your moncj -house Cloak Ileview was just thLs minuto that I got In from to go hy It is not lkly thnt you Tho mortgngo will have to run its timo A Streak of Good Fortune Bun- Â¬ tho country Ill mako old Scruggs sor would Interest yourself in anyones be- Â¬ ker tbpfproJtonnbpmaidjB Bloomer is looking pretty well ry that ho didnt do as lwantcd him to half unless you had a selllsh motive be lately I would UlcctorBton tholntcrcst flas he had any luck hind it It is not in your nature But Hill John replied and I havo tho money U8 suro as youre bornaVUl what makes your purpose more ap-Â¬ VWhy havent you heard Ho married nillfu lllmnl Hk towtfn 11 UUUIII UUU und cannot uso it otherwise KUlIlt parent is tho fact that J while you aro a Harlem widow aud her former hus Cant exclaimed Sornggs bands clothes just fit him If I nsjeed dont you gousldor --thorn safe Why yes theyve safe Theyre as making a pretense of favoring Green hnd it I could mighty soon invest it A side show orator at a circus after you nro coining in hero and comman- Â¬ Why what havo I been tolling you good as bonds und fberas immense ding mo to boar down on him a long yarn descriptive of what was to At my Here buy lots man Youd us well profits to bo made ofWQmBut that expense you are working yoursolf into bq seen inside wound up by saying yoilfseo You didnt turn a thousand dollars or so as any Â¬ aint tho fp icstion Stop in gentlemen step in Tako his good graces and at tho samo timo body else You can mako live qr six want lots yoit wuuted tpay tho debt getting him deeper nnd deeper into your my word for it you will bo highly de- Â¬ eJtafePT hundred per cent on that money as off your farm lighted when ybu como out tolls I know you nnd Well If the lots re Â¬ purpose Pearson and I I know your easy as not Do liko everybody else f W JitnfSy fJwSr will J ofton denounce like your neighbors out there and in- - turns as big as Suraggsaysjliy Im Furtlur I refuse to bo a party to it it stood in tho wondor ho said ns they yellowness of n moonlit It i satisfied with matters as thoyfitli jd is all right to rob and glad to hear that Mr Green people with exorbitant pluudcr these night what my Inst words will bo Im tTQhnRyaJJftbout tojpfferjoing objec intcrost und to tionTbuTbcftWho could sny anything for he investment is safd in my opin- Â¬ break them up with wild speculations And not a vostigo of sarcastic intent in yicdoor onqned and seven or eight men ion andJi thlulj that for overjr dollar and bo lpng as it stops at that I will go lurked I her mind Ias sho answered So do Georgo should so lovo to icnrnoin ulLauxlousfto make purchases you putMhtSJhiMiiwou twill tako out with you but when it comas to an at Â¬ hoar Washington Star them otMotsberaggKuau 1 talKou thorn up 4flyOUt the oiuLof a year So llrm is my tempt to trap thut innocent girl Im out 1 El It Tho Now Entry Clerk ltu James I uu 11 uiu uiuy jm uciju uiuiiii Iin 41 uu Tho young mans face changed color 0KM1N6 Ylt LOW VERV LOW dont sco you waiting at table any to see tho additions and now cams on my own uecount besides advising nlternntely us he listened to out this speech more No suhjls boon promoted my friends In tho east to tiiko hold and vuu imijiiL JNMUk ttriicdJiis attention to GrceuSOTUh a budklfull of enthusiasm m ib was uviir with nngor JQHU HstencuVtp thoir talkjgudaf tor I am glad Seraggs let you in You entry is ontry clerk now dwnrm1HaslMUK ho iblimlVmltf It is hot Â¬ nnd the next flushed with ntenso of clerka I didnt1 know you woro a book- Â¬ tfeeywent out liRt3nTdtofScragSBomo ter than paying the mortgageV bhnmc Once or twice he mado gestures 0h Ialnt J jest keep my John thus eonflnnwlMnjjwKwisdom for Scrnggs to stop but tho ugut went keeper Well my friend I am very glad to more and at last tho fever began to oye on tho umbrellas hats and thlugs tako on him All his neighbors who of tho turn ho hud imiderwenklbaclc to on to tho end see you and I nm sorry that I had to do boadcrs loavo in tho entry tfeep you waiting but I am so pressed thnd mortgages on thejr homes and his homo on tho prairie hlghlysatlsfled Kute to nn continued J Fields Washington with business stucoour boom sot In couldnt puy them becaiiso they wcro and pleased whilo Harry Pearson con- Â¬ Tho boysfishlng polo waa fastened that I hardly get timo to shako hands not duo ycro Investing In town lots tinued his way to Seraggs ofllco equal- Â¬ AM a MUtakc with mylrlonds How is Mri Green arid ho supiWcd that if everybody was ly as well ploascd us John Tho fbrraor Biggins I understand that you said undor tho root of a tree on the rivor Investing ho might as woll do so too felt Mint Providence and Seraggs had you nover saw such a freak as I am bank thealhoi day and ho was sitting arid tho ftilully In the sunplaylng with a dog Quito WU I thank ypul Yqu spoke If it worked out right it was a grand opened beforo him1 a quick nndeasy outside of n dime museum Fish- Â¬ ing inquired a man passing along tho opportunity to get u startf in tho world wav of ovortomiuir all bis HiiiAinln1 of a boonii What di you rofer to Higgins Indignnnt rl novcr said any Â¬ Yop answered tho boy us Wky1 our boom here Hadnt you and build hba a ntcp homo and place HltjelfaBJliara thing of tho kind On tho contrary I road bis wife and child outsldo tho palos uy on tho nigh road to fortune whilo said I nevor saw such a freak as you briefly Nice dog yuve got there beard of ltft of want Yes ho belioved that hed tins latter felt that his tolls wcro bein No not a word Whats his name Fish aro inside a dimo musoum Fish Weill well thats queor Why sir Invest since ho coujdnt pay off tho djrawiiclfior and tigliter about his In- Â¬ Biggins Oh ah Thon its alla mis Â¬ Thats a queer name for a dog What Cause he dw towkhETiHjr woaderful boom defetiUeteldSeragge se aadJn no nocent and unsuspecting vletlm Each take That fool of a Stiggins must do you call hlra that for Lota ant goiuf o Jlke hot oakee and timo 8cprra halkUjpapor8 oh thready for his owa reason and widely dlfforcnt hare mlreported yottDotroit Free wont bite Then the man preceded on his wayi lmot every daj we are laying out tx write uWtlie boWacKand get it all reasons they were was pleased wlUt Pre Hazel Green Herald I flMffircjfe A run - - f Â¬ JLb ictfsJfitm it5 - f - f sftssara StoYwIiW Jv Â¬ i4rnjS Slip Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ V i Â¬ I - r Wtff liMr m Ay rsll NiffJj Â¬ i Â¬ W iltelystlo -- 1 1 1 Itfi6frntvsttrIoitvHy 3i0leiU46l H vn V- 3 tS TM Agricultural hints DAIRY IMPROVEMENTS Convuiilont Milk Itnum ntul jltn for itnfrljrorntor twelve by fifteen built off A room wash room connecting witn tho IC lee hoiiso on the otber hide was tSed and aided with black ash In al fLnato thrcodneli strips of plain and tewlcdluroborflve oightlispf an Inch 5 thickness with n quarter round Molding- of the same to finish tho sides Outside on the where the celling met eammonttding wis Oflly Btdo exposed Frm one- cornor awliero the space of rooni joined the ice house was partitioned off for a re- Â¬ 6x4 feet The walls aie nindd double frigerator J nnckeil six inches thick with saw- doat and qVerhead the same Two doors are placed In the endt each double and The entrance packed like the sided by twenty six Inches is aix door FEEDING Itnlaliig IN WINTER YVIilolt it Hucceas Tho Kind of Economy Is Make Htock There always an Increaso In tho cost of feeding stock as soon as tho weather gets cooler and especially In feeding to fatten With all animate a certain quantity of food Is necessary to sustain animal life and heat and this will he taken up first If a growth or gain Is made it must bo after this Is supplied and a much larger amount of food Is necessary to sxistaln animal heat In winter than when tho wctithor la If only aufllcleht food Islglven to maintain life there will be ncTgaln and the food given will bo inv a great measure wasted It is with the gain secured that the profit is realized from the feed If only lifo and heat aro maintained the food given is so much added to tho cost without a correspond- Â¬ ing gain Hut by adding u sufficient quantity more to maintain a good growtli there is at least- - an oppor-Â¬ tunity for profit With nearly afl classes of stock a good growth can bo maintained not only with a qKcaper ra- Â¬ tion but witn less foodthan Is required when fattening One of tho principal objections to Winter fattening 1s the increased cost niado necessary ih maintaining ani- Â¬ mal heat This can be decreased to u considerable extent by providing warm dry shelter yet evon then tho conditions are such that it costs more to fatteu stock in winter than at any Wn other season When it can be done all stock intended for market slioul bo rushed now and be marketed Wore severe cold weather sets in Stock to bo wintered over should have warm dry quarters so as t6 decrease as much as possible the quantity of food necessary to main- Â¬ tain animal heal Shelter is cheaper than food aud when the margin be tween the value of the feed and tho value of the stock when ready to mar Â¬ ket is small every Item must be consid ered that will lesson the cost of feeding or add to tho value of the dninUilWhen ready to market With good shelter roughness canirbc made the principal food very little grain boing necessary to keep in a good condition but without shelter considerable grain must be supplied if the stock is kept thrlf iy and the grain being much more expensive increases the Comfortable quarters regular cost feeding with good care and keeping thrifty will lessen the cost of growth nswcll as of fattening and the less the cost the greater the profit More or less stock must be kept in many farms to consume the roughness to good ad vantage but ut the same time care must be taken to use all means to in crease the profit by lessening the cost St Louts Republic Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ai - high by twenty six feet from tho floor plnced a shallow galvanized iron is pan twenty six by thirty Inches for holding cakes of lee This pan supported on strips of wood has a pipe for carrying out tho drippings rtjom the Once a week it is filled with ice Ice Â¬ wide tliebthcr js fifteen1 inches wide Inside six fetfor putting tho lee in TwTT BurrcRWbHkm 4ft jV l I Si l a a Churn 3 I -- t r fcayml Wash Room LMD I etc are arranged inside where the thermometer stands at about 40 de- Â¬ grees making a most desirable storage place for perishable articles which require a cold dark place free from flies aud dust In the outer room are kept tho usual appurtenances for aking Cabinet creamery viz scales etc churn I butter worker while the window and door are pro vided with screens for the exclusion of ilies In dnecorner Is a sink for wash Â¬ butter-mÂ¬ Â¬ ground fxoou or a Michigan miik- koom It is an easy mnttur for a niiin to put up the cakes through the upper door as A board of thu right length follows from the door to the opposide reaches Bide of the room where it is supported by a short board hinged on for a stand- Â¬ ard This forms a slide on which the ice is placed with ice tongs and along which it is easily transferred to the it- - Thebourd is space intended taken down when not in use Hooks for the suspension of meat also shelves for storing butter crcauij The Christmas Wide Awake la as gay as old Srnta Claus himself and it is a big pack of holiday delights Its exquisite frontispiece in color is from tho terra cotta bas reliof Day and Night by Carollno Hunt Itlmmer daughter of Dr Iltmmor the late fa moua Art Anatomist JlarelyJtM any thing more beautiful been given in a magazine Perhaps tho story that will attract the most attention ia the first one of the Fair Harvard series Such Stuff as Dreams are made of by John Mcrfd ilowells the son of W D Howclls The opening story is as How Christmas delicious and fresh camo in tho Little Black Tent by Mrs Christmas with Charlotte M Vaile Olc Sherman is an inoidentof the war in which General Sherman figures genially In her story The Fairy Con- Â¬ tent Mrs Jessie Benton Fremont is Qucem at her brightest and Wst by Susan Cool Margarets Needles idgc is an historical ballad of Norway Another fine ballad is Tho Fourth Little Boy by Mary E Wllklns fully Tho War of the Schools illustrated Capt C A Curtis U 8 A is a by In Arctic splendid snow balling Btory Pack Icoisa thrilling story uy faeut ColThorndlke the first in a scries of One Mans Adventures Tho illustrated papers are interest- Â¬ by A Roumanian Princess ing fHow I became a Eleanor Lewis and Beucca Indian by Mrs larrlet Max- Â¬ well Converse Tho serials open well pack Brcre tons Three Months Service a war story by Mrs Maria Mcintosh Cox The Lance of IKanano a historical Arabian story by Abd el Xrdavan Then there aro tho departments Men and Things Tangles and Post Ofllco besides many bright pictures and Wide Awake is 240ayear 20 eta a number D Lothrop Company Boston poems Tfeere is a 8 inch display sdverdseraeat in this tner this weok whlcn hoe no twe wards alike except ono word The same is true ef each now ono uprearlnR each week free The Dr Hurtor Modlolae Ce This abuse nlnces a Crosceut oa everything thev Make and publish Look for It sead the word and they ttaa tae name of Beautiful lithographsvrlU er return you book samples free rke Only One Ever rriated the Word Caw Tea TM tMlFdil BEAUTYFOU8Hr NO ODOR SWINGLADOB CLEArtLIMESSj Did you steal my scalesl demanded tb Iiy ao weans responded excited grocer 1 merely muds a welga the sunpeoted Baltimore American with thorn nvimnvn tnimeMcc There Is Q0 ortloio which so richly deserves tho entire oontldonco of the community as Browns IlnoNcuuk Thochks TUoto sunenng irora Asthmatic and Bronchial Diseases Coughs and Colds should try them Price 85 cents DUHABlUWCrlWNESSUraWIIJD HH HEATED IT IS OUR AIM v- - fell to don w KS1 iImuI with th Anil eesUBHt to jmblW the Ut It Yoork bigger than I am remarkek1 but the hammer to the lump of coal think 1 can do you up In grate shape Pain from Indigestion dyspepsia and too hoarty eating Is rolloved at once by takingono of Curtors Llttlo Liver Pills Inimedlatelv after dlnnor Dont forget this ToujJO people In tho country aro not so slow- - They of ton inako lovo at a rattling i If ica r set MwiaU4 with yr ami -- 1 i HUH it n IU lt tbkt TO GET Y00 uuili r fnrlM- St j wt- - torn r yoa ty wtftrauy imm -- fti otkM rl4lealiL If yea A Inteud mtrll will tWn w a bmcuIm Its wpi u yea n sar - TO SUBSCRIBE FOR nrrannc to BT OttWT Tt lift f conUibutors rmbracloB somof tht BHtwriter tna VftrieiT ui ii vuuiiii tbo complcunwt -OliL-1W ihhuoii m i wort Jepamenw in - uAlallA 1lrla Aft It In gate Youkors Statesman Honey of Horehound and Tar relievos whooping cough Pikos Toothucuu Drops Cure hi ono minute Halbs in of It lllutroUon tojeUier vrllU IU low Wnrs are acrobats murdered they jiolso on each other wnea price muo PETERSONS MAGAZINE for 1B93 by all Wdi tha iEST of U tho tedlM tn6iUil ysUi fr Grtt twluctloni toclK and P iblo pwmlumi to lho who will clubo Bnd lor our prtmlutn Uit Mittu PETERSONS MAOAZINE SOU Trr It Ttrm 200 pr ChMtnnt 6t rhllodelphla ff Would Boo It Tramp ijThen ef yoll irina at homo sir tim it PAArtm Til try ter be on Harrlsburg Telegraph hand Wno stJFFEnswith his liver constipation bilious ills ribor blood Or dludnoes take Bcoohams Pills Of druggists 25 ceata Both tbo method and rcaulta when --5 is taken it is plcaoaut Monstiiositiks find freak quarters in the Svruo of Fies and rofrealiing to tbo taste and acta dime museum Texas Sittings ently yot promptly on tho Kidncya Ana unlike till other pills No purging or btlo aver and Bowels cleanses tho Bys natn Act Bicclally on tho llvor and dose Ono pill a tem efTectually dispels colds head Cutters Llttlo Liver Pills jfehes and fovera and cures habitual Tns odor lino Al waaborwowansFfuU constipation Syrup of Figs is the ol variegated stacklBgsjj i toy LITTLE A LIVER PILLS DO HOT GKirK K0B 81CKXIT flnra tnn for SICK HEAP f ACIIK lmplrd dljiU8onK Â¬ The water opening A horn the creamery passes inruugu hi NJolc and is used for the purpose b roin ing ice thedjorfrJLh conveniently near ice house A TMils place it passes out into the drain A well three feet from the door sup plies the water for the creamery which is jumped in by means of a piece of conductor pipe which fits over the spout of the pump The entire ceiling of ash is oil fin ished tho door and window casings are painted dnrk red The floor is painted with vellow ochre The ground plan presented herewith is self explanatory the letter W indicating the location of the window and I that of thodoors Klla lioekwood in American Agri Â¬ Â¬ culturist ALL AROUND THE FARM It Iuls lieen suLirested that instead of storing potatoes in the bins they be stored In boxes of a size that may per They will Keep mit of easy handling and can bo more conven- iust as well i Iouunlury Siirin A suitable house- is important and fimniift in ourjllustratlon will answer admirably It may be of any sjze de Â¬ sired but it is best Hot to keep more than 50 fowls in the same apartment Make the walls and roof close so that the wind may not blow upon the fowls and put a ventilator in the roof Make windows the larger the better in tho south side of the roof to provide light Close to or upon the and warmth next to the south wall pro ground vide rows of nest boxes with hinged covers These boxes are 18 or 20 inches long and an entrance from the north side at One end of each nest is made by which the hen enters Kach nest may have a separate cover or these may be long enough to cover several - POULTRY MONEY Sultiililo Tlousn tho Ilrnt KiwiiUnlto IN only remedy of its kind over proof absence An alibi Dats duced pleasing to tho tnsto and acstomach prompt in RnpiNnD wood PolUhod oak Mall and ceptable to tbo its action aud truly beneficial in its Express effects prepared only from tho mdt WonK well dono is ram Texas Sittings healthy and agreeable substances its John Is Blck many excellent qualities commend it Bomb ill news to all and havo made it tho moat Sostn ball players musicians popular remedy known Syrup of Figs ia for Balo in 50c Gons out or put out the candlo i and 1 bottles by all leading drug YAlwajs on hand Tho flvo fingers Mall gists Any reliablo druggiat wbo and Express may not havo it on hand will propeoplo ulwoys feci good Blinu cure it promptly for any ono who wisbea to try it Do not accept any EPiTArn for an actor Played out Texas substitute Sittings CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Thu wliolo thing In a nutshell Tho nut Â¬ Â¬ - tntunm AUTIon ty purifying Ttcnutlfy oomploxlon blood rflBKLr VKOAIIL The doioli nlctlr illutttd toiultcMN M on pill tin UIM oo yandiiinuaw uanqv billnna iioryoun dls n oruera iJiltT fcontolnM Tikm mlir thin niRtr KoldetVT itr AlUfnulne joodi wr0iient tampl Etnd 8 cot iUmp You tt 83 peg hook with BR HARTER MEDICINE CO St Louli IN THE Mo 8CLCCTI0N OF or of an addition to ones library olcpunco A CHOICE GIFT Â¬ ISSV4 si g mid UHefulntsi wlll bo found combined In WEBSTERS mo SixoftatnollsBust fihop bp pressed t Dow to gain Ucth Buy out a butcher sii f SAN FHAH0ISC0 itwmmir n newjont ny OAl IS o international DICTIONARY o o stiocnsHou ently stored ijmi nrnrei with onr rnmaiin YVttll Alnclilnrry Tlio onlr Thkkk is a close relation between nn eelNcleftoInK rxirfocl insect depredators and the health ofatlrnpilng lOOIIIIIUft J Jf HA M seavenA n rule Insects aro ntmaflTBB trciH Luupniii NYMAN VltUK TlllNN OHIO Mluiv urn related to disease 1 irorc nt in VESTIBULE TRAIN Half tho battle with insects is to help Wa Want Name and Dal r nt 000 p m from Clilrnuo Now and silent Address of Cvery Itself thn tree to battle for Yrs said tho nviidblo girl Blics an llKltol throualtout by un alcktunna fiirtl r to for A8THMATIO Oni of the great reforms needed Is heiress but Im ufruid hIio doesnt Icjiow timtlon of jour loonl ilclit rcent PHareldHByeMD Oh yeyoung luiBhuiiU her rosourcoH how to II that of curing the evil of selling -CURED TO STAY CURED BUFFALO NY tllll rcnlv Shos enKiigty n lia wim calves when only a few days old They tto Ju GRATEFUL COMFORTINa WoslduKtou Btur WAUt 1UIB rAltU to bo inurrlud now the supply are unfit for food dlhilnish of eows and steers while the milk in its first stages is ropy and unfit to drink BnEAKFAST AotiTitY HorflKS should face to the Mir n thoro8 It knowieneo of dv10MWoii FOR HORSE AND CATTLE DISEASES n01 bontli if possible Bo careful about hlchRotern the oporntlona CUltKS of llm this when you build your houses for rtiltinaml by caroful applicationMr JCpb Alia baj roiwrUea ol wlliilooiel Uusos f IW m CulJ Swelling BruUeo Snralnj Oall Strains sunshlno has a com- Â¬ remember that mimwir IIOU8K firovltleil onr DrrakriMl lautaa wun Wounds Crack d Heeli Scratches Contractions Fleih Poll Etll A CltHVI AND 1IANDV IOIHTIIV which inr nTO us mnnr bearr nati flATOurcil iHYurnuo mercial value and tho pens should i Strlnqhn Sore Throat Olitemptr Colfc WhUlow nif iiik tnit br thn ludlc out bnwriiumZ tumr Tuinra Sotintt Rlnabonos and Spavin In their early diet have a good supply of this especially ten Hy this coiwtruction the wltfi each liottla north wall Stages Diectiona 5514 TJfrtVJUttIfh7iM are in winter noatfnuiirnuiiUuarcitdy to nttaclc heroor hort fowls do not have to fly from the ob Â¬ many a fatal hafl OF HOGS Tin best results with mitnureare Is wuak iniI it Wn may ocnro to the roosts but walk up to r knioiiiu nurtuWca wulbiortineu jrrth pure blo4 tained when the manure is fine andÂ¬ ground to the poles bur and n properly nourlbwl lraBl- o- Wf atrvu and along tho board At droiwluwlUi iullUluto which wUU If they will not eveuly spread Tho cost of all man round the house with a yard In which 7urro Mmply nlth bolllnir ftter or Milk Bol nnftniiiv or mo un ii nuu T ures depends on the labor bestowed only in hilMMund tins by l rocora IMteliaJ ilma i If haa niRriRFKncPnturito a aMpill ftfdoURh or fowls mny run lu flue weather wuuliki CO HomoBOpathle ChamlSW JAME8 EPPS unon It mid the finer the manure tho the GENERAL DIIIECTIOMB tho house Is well constructed and a throat Lsnden tngiana less labor will lo nccccssury to haul hrcad with ST Jx obs Oil bui foroo It down tho fowl proper food is provided eggs will be and spread it a laid all winter and they will return HEAVEN AND Thk English farmer grows turnips largo Interest on the cost of their fo sheep and feeds them on the ground 416 PAOKB VAVXlt WVL care -- Orange Juclil food and niVllSTK liiVK AM WIHlKMrmpnirei the shniMi iMitlnir thb turnips without house IIUKO apr wver TeUAN IU KfcH hTIjrMc uu the necessity of the farmer harvesting Farmer lailodirald for bv i in AMHKIfiAN HviifnitvV Kt Tim miner Thn for llowlng the crop by hand No labor is requircu f AMlHUO KTX X Coopor union VyAMBTHMrmrttrr ltatH when to plow dependB In feeding tho turnips and the sheep The matter ot n klml of land and tho farmer vlnprove tho soil etc thorouhy Hlllle mctlc8hortUnd ml 4 Wrl BfJ taM n feeding the tabst judge for himself On somo farms Ix somo experiments trr Brf TntUTHl W VASELINE 2 ozbotll8l wiu rtjwK hm PURE mj fU- jut wns m prize steers it was clearly proven that it Is best to plow oniy in pny anF VASELINE 2oi faittli M corn is not the cheapest food for pro- Â¬ while on other farms the use of tho VASELINE 2 oz bottli RemKlyfor Cfttarrh le the M T i PITE 1B ducing beef but that the best result i plow during the fall and winter will bo Z i i -- Bleat to Uae oud CUcupoat Camphorated vaseline 2 oz wtio 25 VASELINE COLO CREAM is subject If tho land w ere obtained only when a Variety of of advantage 10 CARBOLATtD VAStLIHt tZ BZ wiu IMCCI IMC flAMDMnRIPF grain was allowed with plenty of hay to washings by heavy rains It Bhould not be disturbed until well into tho and good pnsturage BoMbyilriiMliitVnr tni by atlU not be plowed KxiKittKNCK on tho farm is the best spring Handy soils need pec K T UaatritlM Warrwt Pa AANlllACTURiNG COMPANY fall plowing of yoTHliElllfi6uCH teacher but the valuable hints pub Â¬ in the fall but lata t f 1IT lished ure not all theory but the practi- Â¬ clay soils and an application of llmo fnDrrYCPTifllOWrNG TO INCREASED PATRONAGK A2fKK land after plowing should Im cal exncrlento of others which Is made on the SZ WHKK WNtTHMT Title Oojlr VSaeV wjSfiM Xi Hi iJixv x ewV known Tha hnt farmers are thoso prove its quality by thu chemical action r urn -1M Commercial College Who rcatl and tnst th theories and es- - of tho Mine ana me ce of irott I perimtnU of others 1 You cant tell how much a lion weighs by his roar Tni organ grinder is a tony man Columbus Post The tics that bind a buslucsB hoiispto tho public adverse A nirNTmi hilsH Kisfling tho wrong gfrl Pittsburgh Dispatch nests The roosts are tlroeor four feet Woman Is like a cigar Y6u eonhrithudgo above the floor at the north side A tho lllling by tho wrappor illtuburgh board six or eight Inches wide sup Dispatch ported by posts runs ihe entire length WismuRt Imvo an argan to support us of the house about midway between as tlio mun said to hie tnoilco- y- HBLIng the north and south sides A elented toa Star board leads from the ground ui to 1 am worn out uniil tlio old hnnlt noto this and tho roosting poles extend Novor mind Hill sulil tho ovorcouL bo from the first described board to the am 1 Â¬ Â¬ iRiEiniiwMirny kB2IWRW Salvation Oil xry it t Only HSo f T mjfWWTfi LVJ1II1 1 fdltorn nniilvcd Tun vunrB levlnlng Crltldftl tixnnilimtlnii Invltod Cnt the Best JuiiiiiIiIhI fr Hold bv nil Llxlilli CO SprlnKllelil Wiinn G C MCnniAM or tiieunaiikiiigkd - -- i o IUII0l4MCHMtI3H1UAI mjssp m w - BORE WELLS M THI OHIO wNCPJ DRILL WELL I B7 ITfl UIS iihlm TO vdp py Aft gT - tJiVif JACOBS OIL niFAra - EFPSS COCOA HfiBn - jft IhH IsaSBl i pIiIlmVASELINESy MM HELL 11 I I4tli a liaS - im m IB 19 e I H iK 4sisisfl TsisiS rir juj i AfcrlTlaIUp m SBSH is4m u iMsMtM ia la n r - i i M asaLLw fh3 ARQHIISHOP on A KATZER H- JK sf T1IK XirrUltX FROM THE WEDDING J I The IreUif Whf Wa fttetmtiy Appoint who has fywm appointed by tho Pope to succeed Archb-- Archbisiwf Frederick tfnvicr Katzcr el IImhI tihf Mllwmikeft ishop- Ileiss in the see of Mil vftukco is one of tho leaders of tho German op Â¬ position to Oiu Bennett law in gained much prominence by declaring at a German Cath Â¬ -- VWS B 4 A HATUXAX XXXXDT TOR Bitffic4airM Wisconsin Ho i 1 pf Epileptic Fits Falling Sickaess Hyster Â¬ ics St Yitas Dance Ncrrensaew Hypochondria Melancholia la cbrity Sleeplessness Dlz riacss Drain ami Spi Â¬ nal Weakness This modlclno has direct action upon tho norvo contors allaying all irritabili- Â¬ ties and increasing tho flow and power of norvo fluid It is perfectly harm loss and loaves no unpleasant effects 0 G F -- Blower Co h 14 M h u tary and was later successively ap Â¬ pointed vicar gonornl and bishop of that diocese Ills appointment to tho 1891 1802 see of Milwaukee Is regarded as a tri Â¬ Consumption Cured umph for the Gorrann Catholics Father An old physician retired from prac- Â¬ Clenry of Kenosha was tho jnan fav Â¬ tice having had placed in his hands by ored by tho English speaking Catholics an East India missionary the formula of ACADEMY a simple vegetable remedy for the speedy Hows Thin nnd permanent cure of Consumption Normal and Preparatory School We offer One Hundred Dollars reward Bronchitis Catarrh Asthma and all for any csbo of catarrh that cannot be Throat nnd Lung Affections also a posi Â¬ cured by taking Halls Catarrh Cure tive nnd radical cure for Nervous Debil- Â¬ F J CHENEY CO ity and nil Nervous Complaints after Props Toledo 0 having tested its wonderful curative pow- Â¬ Wo tho undersigned have known F ers in thousands of cases has felt it his J Cheney for the last 15 years and beÂ¬ duty to make it known to his suffering lieve him perfectly honorable in all busi fellows Actuated by this motive and a ness transactions and financially ablo to desire to rcliovo human suffering I will carry out any obligations made by their send free of charge to all who desire it firm recipe in German French or Eng- Â¬ TitUAX Wholesale Druggists this West lish with full directions for preparing Toledo 0 Sent by mail by addressing - Wholes- nnd using Waldino Kinmax fc Marvinwith stamp naming this paper W A ale- Druggists Toledo O Noyes 820 Powers Block Rochester Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter-Â¬ N Y 4yl nally acting directly upon the blood and system Testi mucous surfaces of tho Good Grounds monials sent free Price 75c per bottle Do you think you will gain your Sold by all druggists lawsuit asked Gus Smith of Colonel Yerger who had been run over by a Hint to a Reformer suing the city of Ho presented himself nt tho editors fire engine and was door saying Sir I am the great Amer- Â¬ Austin for damages come out ahead Yes I think Ill ican reformer Do you want an InterÂ¬ Has your lawyer given you grounds view with me to think so Yes wipe your feet take off your SECOND TEllM BEGAN No but I have given him grounds to hat stop chewing that tobacco and sit two lots on think so Ive deeded him Judge down MONDAY NOVEMBER 16 1891 Texas SittÂ¬ Austin avenue as a feo ings The Maidens Wish TEACHERS COURSE embraces all the Sho garlng pensively out nt the first branches requireJ in the Common Schools A Dire Revenge snow Oh how I wish I lived In Russia ne had been bounced out of a West Theoryfornnd Practice a specialty Daily Ho astonished Teachers In Russia and was much ruffled drills BUSINESS COURSE embraces the TeaShe Yes Ivo just been reading street saloon when an observer took a step nearer chers Course Book Keeping Business that a Russia lover will Mgh his sweet Â¬ tnd asked Forms and Transactions and Commercial heart rather than give her up What Laws Throw you out glorious men those Russians must be ENGLISH COURSE prepares for Ken Yes threw me right out West Shore tuckv University and Colleges of that class- Any particular reason MODERN LANUUAUfcS ANCIENT I havent anv money The Urate I see Well Did you hit him Our rates are less than any school in Eastern Well the blooming bloke didnt get Kentucky Rates of Tuition per Mouth Hit him Forty times worse than that I told him right In tho presence any the best of me and dont you forget of flvo other blooming blokes that he It was no gentleman Detroit Free Tho senior proprietor of this paper has 3Payable one half on entering School Press been subject to frequent colds for some the other at middle of term years which were sure to lay him up if Swango desito to inform the not doctored at once He finds that Roso BOARDING public that they are agents for the most Chamberlains Cough Remedy is reliable There will be no more trouble about successful preparation that has yet been It opens the secretions relieves the lungs lodg of reduced for coughs colds ana croup and restores the system to a healthy con- Â¬ too high board the costpkb board and ing will be only 200 wkek every Â¬ ft will loosen and rcliove a severe cold tn dition If freely used as soon as tho thing furnished We can accommodate less time than any other treatment Tho cold has been contracted and before it sixty boarders in our new building new article referred tois Chamberlains Cough has becomo settled in the system it furniture and good fare The teachers live in Remedy It is a medicine that has won greatly lessens the attack and often cures the Academy Home and have the immediate famo and popularity on its merits and in a single day what would otherwise charge of the boarders D G Combs is the one that can always bo depended upon have been a severe cold Northwestern caterer no better can be found It is tho only known remedy that will Hotel Reporter Des Moines Iowa 50 FltEB SCHOLARSHIPS prevent croup It must bo tried to be cent bottles for sale by Rose Swango Any scholars takii g first and second hon appreciated It is put up in 60 cent and ors on the completion of their courses in the It Requires No Calculating 1 bottles Academv shall be entitled to a free scholar- Â¬ Cumso If one pair of bellows costs ship each in Kentucky University A free two dollars and seventy two and three scholarship in the Academy will be awarded Hard or the Dneks quarters cents what will three pairs of to one pupil from each of the following A singular story comes from Green mountain counties viz Breathitt Clay Elpoint N Y A largo mansion in the bellows come to liott Flod Harlan Johnson Knott Lee Mrs Cumso Im not good at figures Leslie Letcher Lawrence Martin Magoffin vicinity took fire which originated in main chimney and the flames wore and I dont care anyhow tho Menelee Morgan Owsley Perry Pike Pow Cumso Oh well Ill tell you They ell and Rowan provided such arrangespreading rapidly A young man ran ments have been made for the competitive to tho duck pen and secured a number will come to blows Judge the common school authorexamination of the largest fowls Then ho took a Mr Wm T Price a justice of the ities or with bj as shall enable mounting to the top of the peace at Richland Nebraska was con- Â¬ each student their consent school grades to ladder and of common house wont to tho chimney from which fined to his bed last winter with a severe compete for the scholarship and the appli- Â¬ flames and smokes were pouring and attack of lumbago but a thorough ap-Â¬ cant therefor shall bear a certificate from dropped tho ducks ono after another plication of Chamberlains Pain Balm the examiner that he has obtained the high Into tho fiery shaft This had the effect enabled him to get up and go to work est mark attained upon the examination in count of checking the flames and tho tire was Mr Price says The remedy can not be hisWe would advise alt to Center at the beÂ¬ subdued recoramendwi too highly Let any one ginning of a term but you can enter at any Chmufeerbtlaaa Kjre ami Skin Ointment troubled with rheumatism neuralgia or time and classes will to arranged You cannot find a letter school in the A certain euro for Chronic Sore Eyes lame back give it a trial and they will Kentucky are low Tetter Salt Rheum Scald Head Old bo of the famo opinion 50 cent bottles mountains of of tcachfug Our rates we keep Normal our methods for salo by Rose Swango Chronic Sores Fever Sores Eczema Itch abreast with the tide of education Our pu- Â¬ Prairio Scratches Sore Nipples and Piles pils are our best advertisement We refer you to them It is cooling and soothing Hundreds of Hazel Green U the prettiest town in East- Â¬ cases have been cured by it after all other ONE DOLLAR WEEKLY ern Kentucky free from many of ills ot treatment had failed It is put up in 25 Buys a good Gold Watch by our Club Sys Â¬ railway towns and those of more populaand 50 cent boxes For sale by Rose tem Our 14 karat gold filled cases are war Â¬ tion no naloons or harbors of temptation oct9yl Swango ranted for 20 years Fine Elgin orWaltham The people welcome strangers and influ Â¬ movement Steal wind and set Ladys or ences for good are thrown around them Geuts else Equal to any 50 watch To All hoarders will be under the supervision 8ap frarn Cera we agents where we It is claimed that an Eastern chemist secure the Hunting Casehave none for sell of the teachers Send for catalogues etc the Watches one of has discovered a process of making Club price 28 and send C O D by express WM H p RD Â¬ soap from corn Tho discovery has ex with privilege of examination before paving May 8 1S9L LUAL cited considerable attention and prom Â¬ tor same R J F LOCKHAJVT ises to give not only a now corn market Our Agent at Durham N C writes Oar Jewelers have confessed they dont to revolutionise tho art of soap know how you can furnish such work for but making The soap made from corn is the money said to be absolutely pure and bettor Our Agent at Heath Springs S C writes than the finest toilet soaps now mide Your watches take at sight Tho gen tleman who got the last watch said that he EZEL KY SfcuuUrtt XaTestmeat examined and priced a jewelers watches la S S Brandt of Montgomery Mo Lancaster that were no better than yours writes TEACHERSr INSTITUTE PROCEEDINGS Plewe send me a bottle of hut the price was 45 Agent Quinirg Ointment I havo used it for OurAm in at Pennington Tex writes am With a new trimming machine a modern receipt of the watch and Capped Hook Wind Puffcand Thorough pleased without measure All who have stanlcrtjob prts anabandanec of type Would Hot be seen It say it would ho cheap at 40 bone with great wooes and superior workmen we are better preÂ¬ Sold by Boa without it in y bara j 0hc good reliable Agent wanted for pared to print Institute Proceedings twin any office in Eastern kentueky Please five each place Writ fcr partjf nlan Swanfo SPENCER COOPEK us your orders Empire Watch Co New York Editor Herald Hawl Green Ky to a distant friend Btt4 Thk Herald olic c o n v e n Hon In Milwaukee that tho Ben nett law was tho work of tho Free Masons who ho said were free lovers The new archbishop is still a yonn man He was born at Ebcrscc in Aus tria in 1840 and enmc to this country in 1804 He was qrdaincd n priest in 1800 and remained a professor of phi losophy nnd dogmatics at the seminary of St FranciB near Milwaukee until 187r Then he removed to Green Hay Mich to become tho bishops private secre- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ARCHBISHOP KATZKK Main and Broadway LEXINGTON KY DONT GO ELSEWHERE TO BUY YOUR- - An what are they doln now Marlnr Its just too splendid for any think Shos a leanln her head on Oh Ids shoulder and Is a mussln his hair Life like every think Conductor Ticket please Dead Heat I travel on my cheek Conductor Very well which cheek io you prefer to travel on Puck Valuable Bonk am Nerves hmm seat free to atur address ad poor patleBta cu also obUla mil mwMiw iree ei ouufe This remedy bu been reeaced by tfas Reverend Pastor KoeaUt of port Warse lad- - El Bee iff aaa FREE U bow WOOD MANTELS iro Him Ills Choice prepared aader too direction or tae Chicago III Sold brDracaiftfttSlper Bottle SfcrH ImaWw SL7g 6 Settles for 39 KOENIQ MED GO HAZEL GREEN WALL PAPER FURNITURE DRAPERIES CARPETS c Â¬ Â¬ We can supply you at prices that will save you money Having large show rooms we carry a complete stock in all the different branch es and with facilities for buying at the lowest possible prices we are enabled to successfully meet all competition Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Cincinnati and Louisville Prices Duplicated Â¬ 0 F Brower Carpets Furniture Wall Paper Draperies Co Ipgaa 31 mt w IN EFFECT NOV 15 1891 Â¬ KENTUCKY CENTRAL RAILWAY BLUE GRASS BOUTK LAAJLJ25j5 SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE FROM CENTRAL KENTUCKY TO ALL POINTS MotatinomocH ROUTE THE 100 150 and 200 Newport News Mississippi Valley Co NORTH EAST WEST LE D AND SOUTHWEST PHILADELPHIA FAST LINE BEHVEEN LEXING- Â¬ WASHINGTON BALTIMORE NEW YORK TON AND CINCINNATI OLD POINT THE SEA SHORE And all Eastern Cities Nov 15 1891 Scheduie in Effect X0l04 east BOUND OLD KENTUCKY Â¬ South Boukd Cincinnati Covington No 1 No 3 No 5 Accom 8 00 pm Express Fst Le t 10 am wLc 8 Lexington Winchester Richmond Livingston raris Iaris Ar U 12 ISam SOSpm 18 am lOnn 10 23 pm 11 00pm The Direct Line to LEXINGTON LOUISVILLE Daily ST LOUIS KANSAS CITY Ex Sun CHATTANOOGA MEMPHIS 2 55pm 3 02 pm And all Points West and Northwest and South and Southwest 6 10pm 7 00pm Le 11 Â¬ Ar i5am lOnn 35 pin 05 pm 50 pm 35 pm oo pm 50 pm 12 1 6 15pm 7 05 pm 7 55pm Limited Accom Fast Ml Express Daily Daily Daily ex Sun Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Williamsburg o 4onra Jellico Ar 6 20 pm Richmond Lr 1 50 pm Lancaster 4 45pm Stanford Ar 5 20 pm Corbln Middlesborouifh Cumberland Gap Corbin Le 3 4 7 i Lexington WinchesterML Sterling - le 4 Ashland Cattlettsburg Huntington WEST BOUND Ar 00pm 11 40am 6 45pm 12 30pm 7 12pm 1 05pm DAILY 12 10pm 10 07pm 8 40am 12 28pm 10 23pm 8 59am 12 50pm 11 47pm 9 SOaro 7 8 8 35am 23am 54am 6 DAILY Â¬ North Bound Le Stanford Lancaster Richmond Ar Le Jellico Williamsburg Corbin Ar Cumbd JapLe Express at No 2 Daily Daily Dailv Ex Sun 7 00 am 7 50 am 10 15am S 05 am 8 45 am 9 35 am No 4 No 6 Huutiugton Cuttlettsburg Ashland Sterling Winchester Lexington Mt Le GOOnra 135pm 6 45pm 6 25 am 154pm 714pm 6 37nm 2 05pm 7 27pm Ex Sun 10 27 am 5 08pm 120pm 1115 am 5 45pm 1 55pm Ar 12 05pm 6 20pm 2 45pm -- in connection with Chesapeake P V to New York Limited Vestibulrd Trains run daily it Ohio F Â¬ MHtulesDHrougn Corbin PS Livingston Ar Le Livingston Le 6 05am Richmond Ar 6 55 am Winchester 7 45 am Paris Le 700am Lexington 7 53 am i HriBitiMi Covington Ar 10 54 nm Ar 11 00 am Cincinnati S R 6 33 am 6 58 am 9 25am 11 05 am 11 15a m 12 41 Fast Mail Trains run daily and make local stops betwecu Lexiugton aud Hunt ington tions run daily 3 45 4 25 6 37 G Huntinoton Moukiiead accommoda 1 Â¬ pm 135 n m z -- 7 pm Opm 2 - D DENTIST Â¬ Gen Pass Agt General Offices Louisville Kv S F B Morsk Asst Gen PasAgU Office Chamber of Commerce Building Cincinnati Ohio No 1 Daily to all points except Rowland Division vrhich is daily except Suuday No 2 Runs daily except Sunday from Lexington to Cincinnati No 1 Runs dailv No 4 Runs dailv from all stations ex rept the Rowland Division which is daily Traffic Manager Knott pai CHAS L BROWN Gen Pass Agent C P Atmork 535 im 5 45 pm IP m 45 pm daily except Sunday pm Through Sleeping Cars to and from pm Washington und New York without change Lexington A Moreiiead and Lexino ton it Mt Sterling accommodations run G W BARNEY Gen Agent LEXINGTON KY W H Harrison Gen Agent Ashland Ky DAY except Sundav No G Daily except Sunday No 4 Daily between Cincinnati and Lex Mrs LOU DAY Proprietress Thts house has been recentlyrefitted and refurnished and the table is at all times sup plied with the best in the market Rates reasonable Sample room attached nnd spe cial rates to commercial men Patronage U a6ly respectfully aoliclted CLARENDON THE Cor Lime tone nnd Short sts HOUSE Hazel Green Ky Â¬ Â¬ Lexington Ky and 3 make connections at Win W H BOSWELL Proprietor on the N N k M V E D No 1 Carries through can from Cincin Â¬ There has been added an Annex with 20 nati to Middlesborough and Cumberland large well ventlatd rooms Street Car Gap and all intermediate stations and runs pas the door every five minutes Located daily within two squares ef depot 1 cheter for points InKton Nos J