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Digital page images are linked to the text file. mar u n I 1 V -- - AftMi- - - WMd 0W l I rl -- SPENCER COOPER Owner and Editor Hazel Green Herald Of a Noisy World With News From All Nations Lumbring at His Bnok f loo A YEAR Always Iji Ativan v f 1 SEVENTH YEAH HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY FRIDAY JANUARY 8 1892 NUMBER 42 V IU i i i I Ir U English Kitehen tb SHiS t No 12 W Short Street A A If STAMPER TO THE PEOPLE OF KENTUCKY An AihlreNH From the ImiUvlUu Coin AT merclal Club CAtoPTON KY Tho Louisvillo commercial club desires most earnestly to call your attention to OflVr Ills professional services to the citi Â¬ zens of Wolfe and adjoining counties Will tho importance of having Kentucky make collections and remittances promptly properly represented at tho Wojrlda Co Â¬ f a T wood DAY GREAT FIFTY CENTS OX THE DOLLAR I B F DAY lumbian exposition at Chicago in May WOOD ATTORNEYS AT LAW 1893 The Htato must erect buildingu in Ofttce over Exchange Hank which to show its resources and much Maysvlllo St Mt Sterling Ky work must be done Practice in Montgomery Powell Menifee hart and patriotic Wolfe Breathitt Rowan Magoflu and Mor before the doors of the grand exposition gan counties and Superior Court and Court aro thrown open Other states aro mak Â¬ of Appeals ing claborato preparations to astonish QREAIlft BIG8TAFF the people of the globe by their magni ATTORNEYS AT LAW tude and growth In agricultural tim- Â¬ MT STERLING KY We aro going to mikc rame improvements in our store room after ber live stock and mineral wealth and 1st The contract is signed and sealed with the Jununry Practice in tho courts of MonWroftcry and in many other respect Kentucky has no ndjoiniuc counties and in the Court oi Ap contractors consequently we are compelled to All citizens who havo tho peitln and Federal CourU superior sell our stock or pack it away We preMartin a sacrifice fer selling it at J A TAULBEE Codes of Practice Wm Goebcl Geo good of the commonwealth and their Wor own interest at heart aro urged to nssist Alexander F M Hutchcson J S by act and precept in doing all things tham G W Gates to tho end that our state may be Corporations George Alexander Wm needful Hazel Green Wolfo Couuty E seen in its best light when brought into Goebcl T A Miller C B Poyntz KENTUCKY Every suit of Clothes every Overcoat every Pair of Pants comparison with tho other commonKenton marked in plain figures We will just split them in half This B MAUPIN That wo may bo helped in this means 50 cents on the dollar Ihc cheapest sale of fine ready Courts of Justice W H Anderson wealths WITH work all counties commercial bodies made Clothing in Kentucky John McCann J B Hannah J S Har Our business is not conducted by fakes and guessing schemes alliance grange labor and other reputa- Â¬ gis Ed Daum The man thats selling watch chains on the street corner for 1 ble organizations of every character aie WHOLESALE PRY GOODS throwing in a watch just to show his generosity needs watching Education J W McCain William NOTIONS BOOTS SHOES Ac llazzle Dazzle tricksters and green goods requested to send not more than six nor Bunco Steerers Lindsay G W Gates D H Smith A In- Â¬ CATLETTSnUitG KY feCly always promise great returns from small investments sharps less than four delegates each to a State no stock in such H Stewart telligent minds arc onto the racket and take J SEITZ worlds fair conference to be held in tho humbuggery Tis value they want Enrollment M SClark F M Hutch WITH exchango hall of the board of trade of cson E Damn J W Downer W II Louisville January 20 21 1892 under WUUIKNAIrc Jones auplce8 of tho commercial club Executive Affairs D L May D H the 100 CENTS WORTH OF GOODS Mayors or other proper chief exccutiVea Smith J S Wortham Geo Alexander ASHLAND KY of cities and towns are invited to partici- Â¬ FOR 100 CENTS IN CASH Phil Roberts pate in tho conference as delegates Each Federal Relations S S Hargis J W sale i newspaper in the stato is invited to be Is what we give the people Bat at this Ogilvie J B Hannah John Orr W H By virtue of an oVder of the Wolle County represented by a delegate at the confer- Â¬ Court rr Special Commiiouer of suid Jones door ence Counties aro requested to hold court Twill offer for sale at ho front Wolfe 100 CENTS WORTH AT 50 CENTS OH THE DOLLAR General Statutes D H Smith J M of tho Court Hoiim in Campton mass meetings at once said meetings to Couiitv Kentucky on the 8KCOND MON- Galloway J W McCain W H Ander IV IAV1IAPY lfiJ It hflnir tlibfimt bo called by tho judge of tho county HAY lay of the Wolfe Circuit Court the old jnll Every article in our establishment is ticketed at the lowest son C H Board John P Newman Ed court or in his absence or failure to do nouae imiiuiKiiifj 10 bbiu county upmi tturvu price possible The stamp of durability is on every garment Parker it until the nrst Monday In October 1802 not dealt with us ask your neighbor who has if you have county attorney or a commit The purchaser will be rcaiilrcil to execute you will bo pleased Labor John Mc- - so by tho - Immigration and We invite vou to our store feeling assured that tee of citizens select representatives and bond for the purchase price with good and wo offer v st Y m-uwith our garments and satisfied with the matchless values ioyiuz T Uann 15 r uocKriu approved xccurity payable to the Commissioner forward tho names of delegates to the with 0 per cent interest fronudutu ben Conner W II Jones secretary so that preparations for the until paid Said bond to have tho same International Improvements Henry force and effect of a replevin bond meeting may be conducted intelligently This December 23rd 1891 George W J Ogilvie C B Poyntz J JOSEPH C LYKIN8 If deemed best delegates may bo ap Special Commissioner Wolfe County Court P Huff Ed Parker pointed by tho judge of the county court Judiciary William Lindsay R J or by the county attorney in lieu of a Breckinridge Chnrles Patterson J H mass meeting Mulligan J W Downer Let us unite as ono family and Kccuro KENTUCKY Library and Public Building E Kenadvantage from the rare every possible 26 PROFESSORS ani INSTRUCTORS ton Wm Lindsay M S Clark J II opportunity offered to advertise our state Agricultural Solentlflo Engineering Shearer S W Downer railroad rates will prevail and the Classical Normal School Aoadomlo Military Affairs Jacob Hoertz T A Military Courses of conference which will bo addressed by Commercial - and Study o -Miller C A Board J P Huff J W Bo ono of men of national repute will COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED Downer FREE OF TUITION interest to all Municipalities R J Breckinridge J Fall term bcgluH HtntmbergHitlHOi Louisvilles industries and other inter Hoard In dormitory 2 per weeic in privnto II Mulligan John P Newman J B ests aro to be simply cared for at tho familicH to 4 For Cntftlogue addrcHH Hannah John McCann John Ogilvie F and municipal en- Â¬ JA8 K fair through private M Hutchcson J M Galloway Ed Par-Â¬ LEXINGTON KY terprise and it is principally desired Hint ker our interior prouucis ana resources Penitentiary and House of Reform should receive the attention of the con- Â¬ Charles Patterson W II Anderson D Owen Gathkioht Jit ference L May B T Cockrcll T AMiller WINCHESTER KY Pros Lucikn Adkinb Sccy ROUP Printing T A Miller J W McCain lame BW 0 HE APPLICATION President R J Breckinridge W II Jones Ed Cnpltnl Note From 8entliiMemocrit N II WITIIER8POON HUNTER Cashier It D IPEEDY It was a neck nnd neck rnce for tho Daum Propositions and Grievances Rculnjn Rpenkerehip between Hon W M Moore Paid up CnpituT 20000000 bIiowb Conner D L May B F Cockrcll Phil and Hon Harvey Myers which Surplus 6000000 thnt both aro good men nnd have a host This Hunk solicits the accounts of met Roberts John W Martin uhnnts farmers traders and basinets men Public Expenditures J M Galloway of friends Col Mooro had a margin of generally throughout Eastern Kentucky in an rxpc gnu oners lis cusiunier eTcry intiiiij uim Charles Patterson John Orr J H only two votes Col Moore AT THE will make a good the most liberal terms withia the limits of rienced Icgifilator and Shearer J W Martin oct8ly legitimate bunking Ho carried nlmost the solid Health A H 8tewart John Hpeaker Public members Orr Phil Roberts W H Anderson J vote of Eastern Kentucky Morgan made Hon J M Picratt of P Huff of the MT STERLING KY Â¬ Railroads and Commerce J II Mul a crcditnblo race for doorkeeper In ligan Henry George JW McCain John senate considering tho short time Capital 200000 Surplus 80000 work Mr Pieratt If a which ho had to McCann A II Stowart gets J M niaSTAFF President to x Open to Religion and Morals W J Ggilvic man of solid worth and generally G h KIICKrATXllUK vice 1resiueni ters W W THOMSON Cashier ftrnnrlotor Kenton what he goes for hut in thin instance ho Reuben Conner J S Hargis E i ViW did not begin in time A H Stewart We respectfully solicit tHs business of nacr W O Mlzc was elected enrolling clerk chants farmers traders and business wen Revenue and Taxation C B Poyntz Kentucky A -senate over threo formidable op generally throughout Eastern general banking business done Give us h M S Clark Wm Goebcli Jncob Hoertz of the ponents which is evidence that his splen Â¬ chance to endyou a bank book pay your Henry George checks and loan you money vrhen In need W W Tjiomhwn Cash T M did work ns enrolling clerk of tho last Retrenchment and Reform was appreciated Hutchcson J S Wortham C A Board houso A flHnrHiitit lUmcily D H Smith Ed Parker AND PRALRK IN oflicio Megrimine the only permanent euro RulesPresident chairman ex D H Smith William Lindsay J 11 for all forms ofhcadflcho and neuralgia relieves the pain in from 10 to 20 min Â¬ Mulligan R J Breckinridge Sinking Fund J S Wortham J S utes For sale on poUivo guarantee at And Trimmlnes of All Kinds Harris William Goebcl J II Shearer The Hkkaii oflice or sent postpaid by mail on receipt of price CO cents a box LVJr W H Jones to Vb1 nm preparedfWimfurnish on short notice and at lowI prices can AirnUli coffin finest the cheapest to tho KINDS 4 vn SIZKS Suffrage and Elections John P New MT STERLING KY of Coflinstron o P I have a fine hearse and Wb want 1000 doz eggs at 10c Wo limn i nn an Imv Jacob Hoertz will deliver coffins cheap man Charles Patterson waiit your country produce We want Conner 1 II Shearer Reuben your surplus change and we want to MrCoHsIgnweHts of iiridHe sh1 ths or pfltroiiNxe oi MOHHimn mm r4MNM respect- week publish the hoium sell yon goods ehcaer than anybody snob that I can furnUh TomliMoiies w0 w ill next fully solicited jsniy TOMBSTONES fv arraneeiiieiits aV klul of Marble or J- - U tx A Co H F Pikkatt mittees for thy benefit of our readers pfce Ve renpectfully c very luwct SALE CLOTHING Â¬ THE KENTNCKY LEGISLATURE Tlin Hmmtnrlnl Committees Appointed by Lieutenant Governor Alfnrtl Lieutenant Governor Alton on Thurs day of last week nnuounccd the follow ing standing committees of the senate The first name on each is chairman Agriculture and Manufactures II T Cockrcll M S Clark E Kenton John Orr and John W Martin Appropriations J B Hannah J H Mulligan John P Newman G W Gates Ed Daum Charitable Institutions G W Gates D L May Georgo Alexander It J Breckinridge Phil Roberts Claims C A Board Jacob Hoertz Henry George J M Galloway John W ATTORNEY LAW Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TR Physician and Surgeon -- Â¬ D H CARPENTEE Tkos Henderson Son ssfawJLss Commissioners Sale Â¬ Ti L G STRAUS Â¬ LEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON KENTUCKY Â¬ STATE F Iw A IIGHTNIN6 BEAST JNIMENT Vrif FATTRdN PhD FOR MAN OR TIJE WINCHESTER BANK AFE URE nA9 jpraineTc Traders Deposit Bank Lexington Ky ayeim vxrHAZEL GIIEENKY CFI or UNDERTAKER Trimble BSos WHOLESALE CQFFINSCASKETS FTmNITTTRE OF ALL KINDS REPAIRED I J Jv rfl tr V Hazel Green Herald FttsfeW t t t PIMOBR COOPJCR UAZKLOREKN ORIENTAL rr UATHINQ nt Connlanllnoplr Tho Americans and Kurnpcnus wnnh themselves and think thoy have bullied they shiver utidor cold showera mid perform laborious antic with course towelfl Tho genius of tho bath whose homo 1a In tho Kaat would be convulsed with scornful laughter could he behold that aguoous Diogenes sitting in IiIh tub Ah the rone in the cunt sheda ii rarer portutne no docn the oriental buth impart n more cxqulsto en joyment If anyone doubts this let htm go to the bath of Mithmoud at Constantinople and take u perfect but ATrTitcr TIU of n Ilraimiit Kiprrlrnrft t 1 Tho master of tho bath receives us courteously and conducts us to a couch The work of disrobing now commences lie then thrusts a pair of wooden clogs upon our feet and leads us trough a low door nnd a warm uute chninbcr in- Â¬ to the Hrst hall of the bath The attendant spreads a linen sheet in one of the vacant plnces on a marble plat- Â¬ form puts u pillow nt one end takes olT our clogs deposits us gently on our back nnd leaves us and the Hrst breath we draw gives uh a sense of suffocation Hut a bit of burning aloe wood has just been carried through the hall and the steam In penetrated with fragrance A dark eyed boy ftppears with a narghllet which he places beside us offer Â¬ ing the amber mouthpiece to our submissive lips The smoke we inhale has an odor of roses ami as tho pipe bubbles with our breathing we feel that tho daws of perspiration gather heavily upon us The attendant now reappears kneels beside us nnd gently kneads us with dextrous hands until wo become plastic In his hands lie turns us upon our face repeats the same process upon our back and leaves us a little longer to lie there passively glistening in our own dew The attendant reappears and lead us into an inner hall with a steaming tank In the center Hero he slip us otr tho brink and we are submerged head and earsln the llory fluid Once twice we dtp into tho delicious heat and then we are led Into a marble alcove and seated flat upon the floor The attend ant stands behind us ami we now perceive that his hands are encased in dark hair glove lie pounces upon an arm which he rubs until like a serpent we slough the worn out skin and resume our infantile smoothness and fairness The other arm follows then the back and the rest of the body Xext we are nlteruiitively Hooded with hot and cold streams of water Under this process the whole frame seems purged of Its earthly nature and transformed into something of a liner and more delicate Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ text ii iv 1 K Ht I I vanishes we have become nebulous Again tho basin comes into play Then u final plunge into the seething tank when u graceful boy comes with clean eool Iftvendured napkins which ho wraps around our head and waist and we tiro led back to our couch We sink gently upon the cool linen and the boy covers us with a perfumed sheet carefully drying and rubbing our languid body Then tho boy kneeling hands us a cup of coffee followed by a glass of sherbet cooled with the snow of Lebanon He presently returns with a narghllet which we smoke by the effortless inhalation of the lungs Thus we Ho in nerfect repose soothed by the fragrant weed Miud and body are drowned in delirious rest and we no longer remember what we are Tho gontltost sleep lies upon our senses- - u half conscious sleep wherein we know that we behold light and Inhale fragrance As gently the clouds dis- Â¬ sipate into air and we are born again Into the world Tho bath is at an end We arise and put on our garment and as we walk forth into the sunny streets limn Camp of Constantinople wo feel so light that These are not pleasant days for a we seem to bo capable of soaring above president desirous of n second term the house tops No Name Magazine There is cold comfort everywhere for Henjainlii Harrison Dnmcutlo Kromtinr llcpublicnn or Â¬ Maria said an Arkansas husband gans Indulge In tho faintest of pratso have you onny idee for the president and even those joury tg his other half nals whose editors were honored with howWuny young uns we have tho choicest gifts at his bestowal are Nigh onto Meven I guess shy of outspoken support of him Mr And how many dogs air they round Held in Paris and Mr Smith In St Pe Â¬ yore Most a dorcn I guess theres Tlge tersburg are not making battle for a n an Hruce Jrowler an her four patron clearly imperiled especially as pups nn the hound mi the terrier an the menace comes from the chief of the And local office Â¬ them othei l ltankt that loaf around state department holders do not appear to give tho pres- Â¬ yore IYauj even children and only h ident that flattery which ollleeholders dorcn dogi Marlnr dont ye think wo ordinarily bestow upon the person who have most too many children Times Is has signed their commissions Many most tarnation hard ye know Say republicans of Indiana the presidents cant we put out some o our chunkiest own state nre organizing with the gals to work I Mow thet they could purpose of assisting anybody to bent i no receni elections con Â¬ make enough in n spell fur us to buy iiarnsou tained no message of comfort to the jRUopier dog or two white house Neither Pennsylvania nor kJlstnsyo say Hezoklih Wnli 1 Mow If we could swap two of Ohio where republican successes were our young uns for our dogs wed be recorded Is a Harrison state Khe for- Â¬ t a fit at At uxeti x guess uiai iii iry ii Texas mer will be for Maine the latter for Maine or McKinley Sifting Maines nomination by the repubin lican is y Jiija directory of UieJwIsh places almost conventionUnless Minneapolis tho certain he negative of wowdilpjii thU eltylhere is a list of 847 congregations Nearly oue half present programme it may be set down of these congregations have been formed as a certainty The sqle hop of the within tho past four years and the ma Â¬ republican party is in the candidate course get a twenty per cent Increase jority of them are constantly lucres Svko wax romidtiinyl in 1M It lias I oa the old rates of pay by Mm ply step- rarely happened in the political hUtory plfcg up to the captnlaa office and am- IB la strength Y Suu of the republic that a cabinet oiiccr I luff for ILbt IouU liepubllc Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ k a 1 Â¬ Next a foamy mass of snowy lather Jsdnshed into our face ami the world REPUBUOAN REC1PROOITY It 1om Not Apply to the Krlstlom He itretiit IIIsIiip Hon ami tha Major Whatever niny bo meant by tho pol icy of reciprocity which is inter preted in so many ways by tho repub- Â¬ lican statesmen and organs it is plain that It does not Include reciprocal good feeling between tho three great repub-Â¬ lican lenders lllaine McKlnley nnd Harrison As a matter of fnot there is nothing In the McKtnley tariff pro- Â¬ viding for reciprocity directly There is only a clause giving the president n limited power of retaliation upon gov ernments which do not accord what he regards as fair concessions to the United States That power has never been explicitly used Whether there has been a threat of using It or not we ennuot say Mr lllaine iu his recent letter intimated that there had been such a threat made to Germany that iermaii beet sugar had been left free of duty In consideration of the admission to Germany of Amerlcnn pork Hut If that bo the case the public has not been informed of it Mr Harrison Is authority for the statement that the admission of our pork has nothing to do with any question of reciprocity but Is based upon the acceptance by the German government of the Inspection of meats by this government under the law of the last congress MMils Is not the only sign of a fatnl wnnt of agreement between the presi dent and his nominal secretary of state on this point It will be remem bered that when Mr Harrison was on his famous trans couttnental tour last spring he claimed all the credit for the Insertion of the reciprocity clauses In tho McKlnley bill Jlut whether he or Mr lllaine be really the father of this legislation it Is Impossible to tell What Is entirely clear is that they are quarreling over Its character and effect as openly as the conventionalities of ofllclal life and the exigencies of party politics will permit Meanwhile poor Mnj McKtnley has become sadly MMie demotangled In the dltlleulty cratic papers iu Ohio were quoting Mr Hlulnes famous letter denouncing the McKtnley bill because there was not a section or a line in the entire bill that will open a market for another bushel of wheat or another barrel of pork Whereupon Mr Itlaiiiu writes He fore the bill was Anally to say passed the reciprocity clause was in serted and n largo addition was made to tho free list It will therefore be seen from what I said In my letter that the objection which I made to the McKlnley bill was entirely removed beI fore the bill became a law am not therefore an opponent to the McKlnley bill as the democratic pa pers of Ohio are constantly alleging On tho contrary 1 have cordially sup ported It etfr since It was perfected by the Insertion of tho reciprocity clause As we have already pointed out this Is very cold comfort for Mr McKinley So far from explaining or retracting his savage criticism of the bill Mr ltlaine reiterates ami justlfles it Ipou the bill as Mnj McKlnley made it carried it through the house and sent It to the snate Mr Klnino now passes the same judgment that he pronounced in July of last year He has nothing good to say of the law except for the reciprocity clause of which he claims to be the parent So far as we have been able to get at the facts in the very confused record Mr Maines claim has n very slight foundation in fact and the so called reciprocity clause was In reality due to Mr Har- Â¬ rison who did not care very much for it but who wanted to head on nny opposition that Mr Hlalneand his friends might make Mr McKinley however s entirely out of the whole affair and can only claim that ho killed Mr Maines original notion of putting hides on the dutiable list in order to give Mr Maine something to trade on Considering the utter futility of the reciprocity legislation the heated dispute carried on around it Is a curi- Â¬ ous indication of the state of the repub- Â¬ lican mind N Y Times HARRISON AND BLAINE An Intcrrntlnc Nltnntlon In tho Kcpul t Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ An Australian millionaire named Manuti who went from London to live at the antipodes some years ago died recently at his mnnslon in Victoria Ho was the man who once sent unorder to Kngland for a ton of books Miss llraddon the novelist has one Is tacit understanding that cabinet ofll great hobby the collection of old cers shall not bo presidential candidates during he Hrst term of the In- china She has a scries of magnificentÂ¬ Richcumbent who Iuih honored them with cabinets of this nt her house in mond near Loudon and one room Is place If Mr Harrison feds chagrin at the existing situation one which known as the plate room because it is jwTUMN WINTER I shelves him that his subordinate may hung round with china plates On tho nniilversnry of Lord Nel Â¬ have party honors there will be little cofYwetn it sons death every October his flagship sympathy with htm in any quarter He Vcar round 4 knew his man thoroughly If Maines ts elaborately decorated with over selection wns his own choice ho is greens nnd tho white ensign is freshly a tho timo when Dr Pierces Golden richly punished for trusting htm If displayed its It was all the night long Medical Discovery works tho b3t his appointment came of a pre election prior to tho bnttlo of Trafalgar when It purifies tho blood compact his humiliation is none the lie ordered tt kept In view on every vesnot liko tho Rarsnpjitillag less Indeed it is all the greater Chi 1 sel of his fleet to Indicate that he which claim to do good in March would engage the enemy the Instant he cago TlmoH April nnd May you can depend encountered htm BLAINES POSITION Thats why it ia Erastus Wluian has gone to tho upon it always Muskoka territory in Catindn about guaranteed if it doesnt bonofitor Itrpiilillrnn linnlnr About tho Prrnl three hundred miles north of Toronto euro in every case for which its itentliil CiiiulliUto Expressions drawn from representa- whore ho has hunted nearly every sea Â¬ recommended you havo your raonoy tive republicans iu connection with son for twonty Uyo years There tho back tho selection of a location for their na- Â¬ Dwlght Wlman Sporting club owns No other medicine of its kind tional convention show in a very striking two thousand acres including many says as much but no othor dots way that the election of McKlnley in lakes It hnsa log club house raises ns much cleanses renews and It Ohio did not increase his popularity in Its own potato crop and makes its own maple sirup and the fame of its cuisine invigorates tho entiro system Foi his party They also recall attention all skin pcalp and scrofulous affecto tho well known fact that the possi- Â¬ is widespread bility of having to renominate Harri Â¬ The medal presented to Prof Vir tions as Eczema Tetter Salt rhcum son occiustous general republican un- chow at the recent jubilee ts unique It Whito Swellings Hip joint Disease easiness MomNrs of ttie republican measures t IS millimeters in diameter and kindled ailments its a positive national committee as well as of tho weighs five pounds and is made from cure delegations which appeared before it elghteeu ctirnt gold The front of the are vlrtunlly unanimous and their ex- Â¬ medal hears a bust representation of Tho proprietors of Dr SagcV pression in almost every instance the professor in relief The back is takes the stereotyped form Maine adorned with an heraldic design the Catarrh Remedy offer 100 for an It isnt It If hell take or Maine if hell say allegorical figures of medicine and pa Â¬ incurable caso of Catarrh moro talk its business the word thology microscopes books skulls and They mean to pay you if they If there has been any change since an Kgyptian mummy the November election It has boon in cant euro you But youll find The total number of distinct words the direction of increased repugnance in the New Testament excluding proper that thev can to cither Harrison or McKlnley and names and their derivatives is ISJU A as an escape from both of them re- Â¬ few comparisons may bo interesting publicans those who are politicians as l he vocabulary of the Old Testament well as those who are not seem moro is larger Gesnins Lexicon omitting than ever anxious for Maine Thero proper names and obsolete roots con is no booming in this and no en Â¬ tains isio words or which ih2 are mm i thusiasm about it It ts rather uegativo niuninil v iiitui i ue man me than positive It Is the talk of men Odyssey together contain 11000 ami words who dislike Harrison and have no love Shakespeare uses 15000 and Milton for McKinley who believe there would 0000 -- Presbyterian and Reformed He be small chance of electing either of view Martinsville NJ Methodist Par them and who are very much afraid -- A unique thing in books ts prom My acquaintance with that one of them will be nominated un Â¬ ised to a chosen few It is a book con- Bonage your remedy ltoschees German less Maine can be induced to take It Partly through design but more as taining twenty three poems by the late Syrup was made about fourteen a result of circumstances Mr Itlalno 1raueisS Saltus Jr the erraticyoung years ago when I con ti a ted n Cold has established himself iu this position genius who tlicd a year or two ago His which resulted iu a Hoarseness and father where a single word from him will ro lished will have twenty live copies pub a Cough which disabled me from by a Parisian house at a cost of tire Harrison from polities change tho 515000 and will distribute them among filling my pulpit for n number ol course of the republican party avoid Sabbaths After trying a Physician the bloclhoad policy of McKinleyism the personal friends of his son and him- without obtainiug relief 1 cannot and give the party a lighting chance to self Mhc poems could not be brought say now what remedy he prescribed out in this count ly Kaeh poem is writ Â¬ win in lMi J I saw a dilVerent language Mhc Hut will he ever say it It was easy ten iu whose brother is Edgar young remedy the advertisement of your poet nnd obtained a bottle I Saltus enough for him to throw his silk hnt the novelist lies in Sleepy Hollow cem received such quick and permanent against the wall of a committee room to emphasize his opinion of McKinley etery at Tarrytown N Y where ho is help from it that whenever we have as a blockhead but backing away to have a SPNOOO monument had Throat or Bronchial troubles the position of extreme radical since in our family Bodices Ger Â¬ iroui HUMOROUS ism to which the republican party has man Syrup has been our favorite been thoroughly committed is quito Wont Jive a Kiss remedy and always with favorable I will nut Khv a kKs another matter And as a presidential wy Sm results I have never hesitated to Ioo ia her bluo eyes ilcui candidate Mr Maine would have to do report my experience of its Use to I will notfdviu kisjt tis truo that to have any chance of election Hut takiMis they nre kivjiins others when I have found them Mo oppose the democratic party and nt -- N Y Herald troubled in like maimer Ruv the same time to make it clear that he Cupid is not In it us a marks She V IT Haggakty does not represent the republicanism lie Why not Angel of the Newark New of the force bill and the McKinley man Goosey A Safe She Hes always malting Mrs bill would tax the utmost versatility Jersey ME Confer- Â¬ of his intellect If it were now in its Life ence April 2 Remedy 90 Her Fortune Maud My face is period of greatest vigor Anil to nt 0 lack lovingly tempt It while constantly threatened my fortune Well OG GRHEX Sole ManfrWoodburyXJ with nervous prostration npght give you had better make nn assignment N Y Herald pause to a far less cautious man than tome - Hopeless Mr Maine Though he has more What on earth is Jimmr rw o bruins than any other politician in the my crying about now asked papa republican party it Is not probablo He wnuut to give his gold fish a bath that lie or anyone else will be able to returned mamma -- Puck UaKDJL tADIES change its course and save it from tho In a Had Fix McSmitli hotly 1 SJ50 fate it has so long deserved and Invited I have got the law behind me Dm 10 sir St Louis Republic Huinpus calmly Look out it dont F0RQ3Y3 25Q8225 overtake you Hrooklyn Citizen NOTES AND OPINIONS 00 Heard you had a pointer on the tssssT stm sstr r2lD races yesterday How much did you Mr Matue promises that he will MXVx f ota Ui Walked home decide by Christmas whether he will win It wns a Kate Fields Washington be a presidential candidate or not From now until the asth of December My client can elenr himself 1 feel President Harrison will dream of find sure if your honor will only give htm ing Malnus letter of declination in his time pleaded tlie lawyer And the THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORtO FOR THE MONET stocking Chicago Times kiud henrted judge gave him twentv CnNTXKMEN nnd LADIES avejrounlol The lesson of the elections is years Somervillo loiirual Iar bv ururlnx W I louclas Shoes Tin1 mrrt Ifirwnnii easily read It says New York is safe A lady some time bnelc rlaitri nud at the reouainlcnl foot of nil ever oiftrctl foruro llio most wear lite mom1for the democratic party and that Mas Smithsonian institute asked If they llowarcof ririlvM who oflvr oiurr innlc n a sachusetts can bo carried by a good iiiui a sicuu of uuver roiuwell Helnir Jnj Jul n fjooil ami bo uro jou have t IHlUffliiiMiov with nnmp ml iiricv flumped 00 democratic candidate for president on answered In the negative Dear uu XV h Lottom Douslni llrorUiou Ma a tarifT reform and sound money plat- Â¬ sho said thats very strange tlicy have HTTAKE NO SfltHTITTTC SJ form Milwaukee Journal Inilit on local advertUcd it alert lupplylu oo tuio at Oxford -- Well It Is claimed that Maine and Harris did you call on llrrrlson have arrived at a perfect un- Mauds father I did I low did derstanding Harrison Is to nurse his you come out Ive been trying to ILLINOIS CENTRAL boom but will not be un active candi- Â¬ remember It wns all so sudden I dont date for rcnomtnatton until Maine de- Â¬ know whether tt was by the window or cides what ho shall do This is just like elevator shaft Harpers Kazan B mW mmimmm m Maine he always gets the best of a Recently a letter of introduction bargain Kansas City Star was handed by an actor to a manager After accusing fifty thousand re- which described the presenter as an publican farmers of taking bribe money nctor of much merit and concluded to stay away from the polls the Piatt He plays Virglnhis Ktchelieu Ham tine workers aw now trying to re Â¬ let Shyloclr und billiards Ho plays cover by trickery and barefaced fraud billiards the bcsU Tho Tnlmud that which they lost in the election the Same Watts Ive got IWW SOLID VESTIBULE TRAIN They nre likely to find New York a hare the About revolver a man at 900 mb nnl best ever owned I f iarrrnunv uuiu from Chlcattti Xnmc oWn field for state stcnlers N Y World for rqUv Ycsr heard nboutyou uoii mroujho at irrrlr TlekH ud f urtlr wov think br em lioa of Tur Hon Mil McKinleys bill has fihoottng at that burglar the other night not to date proved a powerful jaek nnd missing him a yard Watts -- I screw in hoisting the wages of working did mit the burglar thats so but 1 people In the protected industries but plugged Ui gas meter square iu the now that he has been elected governor center Indianapolis Journal the millenlum will necessarily begin to Tho evening dnwn for the highly protected working a young othersat in u about sU oclock man man in Ohio at least As soon as ho car apparently uidcepcrowded up bound CLUia The conductor is inaugurated the Ohio potters and politely tapped him ou the shoulder others whose wages hsve Wen reduced and aaid 4No alcepin in this ear yoang blnee tho bill wtnt into effect can of Balis Cwgli Â¬ Â¬ during tho first term of a president linn been a stumbling blook in the path of his chief ambitious of a second term Sherman had full understanding with Hayes who hnd neither inclination nor encouragement to sock reiiomination Chase was in Lincolns way but was shelved upon the supreme bench There PERSONAL AND LITERARY Zpi SUMMER Wm 2 Â¬ Its Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ wn I 1 ijeriiian Syrup Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- -- Â¬ cys TMi 3l ZA Jki wosu fiflniL -- tHHHmk Â¬ W L DOUGLAS S3 SHOE CENEN - Â¬ Â¬ 3d IW rftsi Â¬ r muis Syni KiSU ffr utt Hi I wi man la a strcct caru Buffalo Courier Well yaa had your eyes thuU Thats because I doat HUo to see women stand Im not asleep was the reply Jr rf0JiWl8lUrcui ik II bilk rnmif ttkj tWUU nu l m Bllo wll uridine l M oi Mil II11U twin tii DM of MA- - pt i tress in thy rent Christian family tho sorrow of ono ought to be tho sor- Â¬ row of all In ono porsocutod All are 7e Aro All tlio Child ron of tho persecuted Does ono suitor loss Wo Groat King1 all ouffor loss Is ono bereaved Wo aro all bereaved Their Mrcuinlng nya together flow jlsil Our Oont f f Arme Js Urn Ommlrit For human tfUitt and morUI woe of AH HrriiioR by lw Ti He If you rojolco at tuiothors misfortune Witt Tnlinngv I I you aro not ono of the sheep but ono of tho goats and tho vulture of sin hath The subject of Dr Tnlmngas Bcnnon alighted on your soul and not tho Dove Roynl Rloodnndhh on Sunday wns of tho Spirit Krc1i ono re text Judjjif vllL 18 Next I notice tho family property icinblcd tlu children of a Ulnjf Aftor a man of largo ostato dies tho Kelwh and Zaltinuum had boon oft to relatives assemble to hear tho battle and wliqn thoy camo bnolc they read So much of tho propertywill Is troro nfticod what kind of people they willed to his son and so much to his fond scon Thoy tuiRwercd that tho peo Â¬ daughters and so much to benovolent each one ple had a royal appearance societies Our Lord Jomin hath died and I wo aro assembled to day to hoar tho resembled the children of a hlujf Btnndto tlny beforo many who Iihyo will read Ho says My peaco I giro Indeed they aro tho unto you this nppotiranio Through Hlo apostlo Ilo Bona and daughters of tho Lord Al saws Â¬ All aro yours mlphty Though now In ox lie they thing Yes everything What everyThis world shnll yot untiio to their thrones There and tho noxt In distinguished families Bi o family nniiies thatstand for wealth there aro old pictures hanging on tho or Intelligence The wall They aro called tho or patriotism holr loonis name of Niishliitfton ineann patriotism of tho estate Thoy aro very old and although hoiihi of tho blood of that havo como down from generation to race has become very thin In the last generation So 1 look upon all tho generation Tho family of tho Modlei beauties of the natural world as tho utood as tlioir representative of letters heir loom of our royal family The famllv of tho Rothschilds is signifl Tho morning breaks from tho cant of wealth tho loss of StO000000 Tho mists travel up hill above east hill in 1MS putting thorn to no inconven- Â¬ mountain above mountain until sky ience and within a few years they have lost The forosts aro full of chirp and loaned Russia SlJ 000000 Naples SV buzz and song Treos UmC and birds 000000 Austria 510000000 and Ktitf wing flutter with gladness Honey land 200000000 and tho stroke of makers in the log and beak against their pen on tho counting room deslc tho bark and squirrels chattering on nliakes everything from the Irish sea to the rail and tho call of tho hawk out A- Mi riniittliit 1hnv nnon tliiir litiml of a clear sky make you feel glad Tho Itnd there Is war they shut it and sun which kindles conflagrations there Ir ponce The house of llapsburp among tho castles of tho clouds and in Austria the house of Stuart in Kiifr sets uuuarot aud domo aflame and land tho house of Ronrbon in Franco stoops to paint tho lily white and the were families of imperial authority butter cup yellow and tho forgot mo Rut I come to preach of a family not blue more potential more rich and more ex- Â¬ Light for What can resist tho sun tensive -- the Royal House of losus of tho voyager over tho doop Light for whom tho wholo family in Heaven and tho shepherd guarding tho flocks We are blood rela- Â¬ aflold on earth is named Light for tho poor who havo tions by tho relationship of the Cross no lamps to burn Light for tho down- Â¬ all of us are tho children of the King cast and tho Jowly Light for Kist I hpeak of our family name aching eyes and burning brain and When wo see the descendant of some wasted captive Light for tho smooth one greatly celebrated In tho last eon brow of childhood and for the dim vis tury we look at him with profound in- Â¬ ion of tho ootogonarianl Light for terest TO havo had conquerors kings querns coronet and for sewing girls or princes in the ancestral lino givo needle Let there be light Whoso luster to tho family name In one morning is this My morning Your line vn a kiuir or a coniincror Tho morning Our father gave us tho pic Star in the Kast with a baton of light ture and hung it ou the sky in loops of woke up the eternal orchestra that lire It is the heir loom of our family made music at His birth From thenco And so the night It is the full moon He started forth to conquer all nations Tho mists from shore to shore gleam not by tramping them down but by like shattered mirrors aud the ocean lifting them up St John saw Him on under her glance comes up with groat a white horse When Ho returns Ho tides panting upon the bench inlug will not bring tho nations chained to ling as it were foam and fire Tho His wheel or in iron cages but hear poor man blesses God for tin owing tho stroke of the hoofs of tho snow such a cheap light through the broken white cavalcade that bring them to tho window pane into his cabin and to the gates in triumph slok it seems a light from Our family namo takes luster from tho other shore which bounds this the state that heralded him and tho great deep of human pain and woo If M1MM1 w tho sun seem like a song full and pourbiiiiv jii-tj officii tlnt nimnilil lilm Itmill gathers fra ed from brazen instruments that till j that was given him grance from tho frankincense nrougnt lloavon and earth with great harto his cradle and the lilies that thing monies the moon Is plaintive aud mild their aweetnesh into his sermons and standing beneath the throne of God tho box of alabaster that broke at his sending up her soft sweot voice of feet The Comforter at Rothany Tho praise while tho stars listen and the Tho supernat- sea No mother ever more sweetly Resurreetor at Nain The guarded the sick cradle than all night Oculist at Rothsaida ural Saviour of ono world and tho Chief long this pale watcher of the sky bends Tho storm his over the weary heart sick slumbering Toy of another Whoso Is this black framed frown Tho sunlight His smile Tho earth morning Ills breath Tho earth blaek tasscled pictured of tho night spring quake the stamp of his foot Tho It is tho heir loom of our family Ours thunder tho whisper of his voice Tho the grandeur of tho spring tho crys ocean a drop on tho end of His finger tals of tho snow the coral of the beach Heaven a sparkle on tho bosom of bis the odors of the garden the harmonies love Eternity tho twinkle of His eye of the air You can not see a large estate In ono The unlvorho the flying dust of His ehiirtnt wboels Ablo to hear a heart morning You must take several walks break or hush a tempest or drown a around it The family property of this world or flood Immensity with His royal house of Jesus is so great that wo glory What other family name could must take several walks to get any over boast of such an Illustrious per idea of Us extort Let tho Jlrst walk be around this earth All these valleys sonage swing out tho coat of the harvests that wave in them and the Henceforth arms Great families wear their coat cattle that pasture them all those of arms on tho dress or on the door of mountains and the precious things hid tho coach or on tho helmot when they den beneath them and the crown go out to battle or on Hags and ensigns of glacier they CAst and tho feet The heraldic sign is somotiines a lion of tho Alpino hurricane all those Thoso these con islands or a dragon or an eagle Our coat of lakes arms worn right over the heart here tinents aro ours Ml tno scoomi wain after shall leu cross a lamb standing go among tho street lamps of Heaven under It nnd a dove flying over it and seo stretching oft on every sido a For us thoy Most sig wilderness of worlds Grandest of all escutcheon sang at a Saviours For us they shine nificant of all family coats of arms In every Imttlh I must have It blazing nativity For us they will wheel Into on my flag tho dove tho cross tho Hue and with their flumlng torches lamb and when 1 fall wrap mo In that add to tho splendor of our triumph on good old Christian flag so that tho the day for which all other days woro fnmlly coat of arms hhall bo right over made In the third walk go around As wo como near my breast thnt all tho world may wco the Kternal City to tho rush of chnriot U I looked to tho dovo of tho Spirit hark that tow- Â¬ and clung to tho cross and depended ami tho wcddlng poal of Its great has just struck on tho ami of God which takothaway ers Tho toll of Heaven Wo look oft upon 1 is high noon Vi the sin of the world rtonr Frlond clmplots which nover fade tho tho Uliwi d of Jrmu Unit hi wimm mv liopoi of life itonemtl eyes that never weep the temples that Nn whtii t titua bfl Uilt my Miumo never close tho loved ones that never Tliut I mi inoro revem hi nnmo procession that never halts Next I speak of tho family sorrows part the never wither tho walls If trouble enmo to ono member of the tho trees that bo captured tho sun vr ean family all feel It It Is tho custom af- Â¬ until wo cati no longer ter the body Is lowered Into tho grave that nover sots lllllO our vyvnt fittfl lV iu WO for all tho relatives to como to tho verge Ltize andByo hath nqt sijoti nor oar of thi imvh imil lnnlf down into It claim I mltltnr llliVO ontemi mm t - Kirst tho ouonroHt the departed como Ill UlW 1I1 of man tlio tilings h then those next of kin until they havo heart love Him prepared for thorn that all looked Into tho gravo So when hath wo have to As these tides of glory risewe bo swept trouble andcxrlcf go down through the hold fast lost heart of oho momber of the family retreat and In tho emotions o thoy go down through them all The oft and drowned thanksgiving and and A gladness wdneso of ono is tho endues of all prop- coirirajjy of persons join hands around lr WhaUhluk you of the family an electric battery the two poruons at -a It is consiucrcu i the cndii of tho lino touch tho battery crty Into a family wnoro iuer marry and all tno circle fools the shock Thus The Lord the bride- mtt hy ronton of tho filial maternal and groat wcaltn u mffmm- j- of earth and heaven paternal relations of life we stand so li Tills hand 7lnff la the Moso together W when trouble sets that P J the Canticles m battery i1 of dU words of Â¬ Â¬ BLOODED 1 Â¬ Â¬ my folr one aad eerae away and onoo having put on thy hand the slgnet rlng of his lore you will be endowed with all tho woalth of earth and all tho honors of Heaven Almost ovcry family looks back to a homestead some country place whore you grow up You sat on tho door sill You hoard the footsteps of tho rain on tho garret roof You swung on the gate You ransacked tho barn Yon waded Into the brook You threshed the orchard for apples and tho neigh liorlng woods for nuts nnd every thing around the old homestead is of Interest to you I tell you of tho old homestead of etornlty In my Fathers house there are many mansions When wo talk of mansions wo think of Chatsworth aud its park nine miles in circumference and its conservatory that astonishes tlu world its galarlos of art that eontalu tho triumphs of Chantory Cauova nnd Thorwaldseu of the kings aud tho queous who havo walked its stately halls or flying over the heather havo hunted the grouso Rut all the dwelling places of dukes aud princes and queens uro nothing to the family inanition that Is already awaltingour arrival Tho hand of tho Lord Jesus lifted the pillars and swung the doors and planted tho parks Angels walk there and the good of all ages Tho poorest man in that house is a millionaire and tho lowliest a king and tho tamest ho speaks Is an anthem aud tho short Â¬ est life an etornlty It took a Raxton to build for Chats worth a covering for the wonderful flower Victoria Regla live feat In diameter Rut our Lily of tho Valley shall need no shelter from tho blast and In tho open gardens of God shall put forth Its bloom nnd all lloavon shall como to look at it and Its aroma shall bo as though tho cherubim had swung before tho throno n thousand consors I have not scon it yet I am in a foreign land Rut mj Father is waltlug for mo to como home I havo brothers and sisters there In tho Hlblc I havo letters from there tolling mo what a tine place It Is It matters not much to me whether I am rloh or poor or whether the world hates tno or loves me or whether 1 go by land or by sea If only I may lift my eyes at lust on the family tnansiou It is not a frail house built in a month soon to crumble but an old mansion which is us firm as the day it was built Its walls aro grown with the ivy of many ages and the urns al the gateway are a bloom with tlio ceiitury plans of eternity The queen of Shoba hath walked Its hulls aud Ksthor nnd Maria Antoinette and Lady Huntingdon nnd Cecil and Jeremy Taylor and Samuel Ruther ford and John Milton and tho widow who gave two mites and the poor men from the hospital these last two outshining all tho kings nnd queens of eternity A family mansion means reunion Some of your families are very much scattered The children married aud went oft to Â¬ love SHREWD ThMr CHINESE SERVANTS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ling was the answered that lady best servant I ever had a good cook who know nil about tho choicest dishes willing and active I only lot him go because ho chased my daughter with a stick one day with tho avowed Intention of beating her Rut how much do you pay him Twenty dollars Ah theres the secret of his lazi- Â¬ ness He is merely gauging his work to make it commensurate with his pay according to his idea of the fitness of things Â¬ Mtttet f Appreprtfttla Tktr KntptoyrrV llounoholi HetoiiKlnca A former Dotroll young lady now mnrrltHl nnd llvlug at Vancouver II C tells somo Interesting as woll as amusing stories of tho Chinese with which article of humanity Vancouver li overrun They aro as numerous there as an negroes In certain of tho south ern cities aud no one would think of hiring a white servant because thoy aro not to bo had A tenderfoot family she Hays ought to set tho prion of their first servant as moderate iih possible for should they pay him twenty five dollars a mouth to start on they will never bo ablo to hire another for a cent less Tho Chinese servants of Vancouver are not organized Into a labor union They dont need to be They nil know ouch other and all work together to the common end to got hh much as they can of tho good things Tho minute a noweomor htrlkcs tho town ho Is nhown around That ho will bo told by his yellow skinned brethren Is a house this a twenty dollar house aud so on nnd he readily promises to do as the rest do Mrs MoF tolls of a servant she had She had lot a former servant to whom she was paying twenty dollars a mouth go and hired In his place a celestial from a twontly tllvo dollo house Tho latter was the Incarnation of stolidity nnd stupidity Ho could do only the simplest tasks nnd cook only the plainest dishes Disgusted with him the lady went to see his former mis tress to whom she told all Ho has simply been folding you Â¬ twenty-llvo-dol-lar oxurtox XT W fc- - j e s comic Ta patreasf e ef tat travtlJaf paVN If rtejwetfully Mllcltia TW the iMi rmj attsatlea far the safcrt ef rrftittft FRED KELLAM WIT ft rfgbp M P18ty 8 TIMKONDS rORHMOUTwffi 25 Wawtkd Good Askkts to bxll ov GkMSRAL LIKi OP MKH0MAHDI8K K OIIIOAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO 178 V Van Ilurea St GmcAOO III I SALARY BRWEEK ABOVK BALAKY WILL XI PKDDMNO FOR JfU PAID TO UVK AQKMTi THKH INFORMATION ADDRKMt TT ENRY MATLOOK WITH MCMILLAN HAZEN CO WHOLESALE BOOTS AND SHOES KNOXVILLE TENN by Â¬ DAY Mil ho aliovo coodi are handled CO Hatel Qreca Ky i J Jk MARKS BROS MARES AND CLOTH THE KRUSE MOUSH 0 BAHLMAS Nob 131 138 RACE STREET Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ St Louis or Chicago or Charleston but onoo a year you come together ut tho old place How you wake up tho old piano that has been silent for years father and mother do not play on it liow you bring out the old relics ami and open rummugo tho garret old scrap books nnd shout and and talk over and cry laugh old times and though you may bo 15 yours of age net as though you woro 10 Yet soon it is good by at the car window and good by at the steamboat wharf Rut how will we act at tho reunion In tho old family mansion of lloavon It is a good while slncofyou parted at the door of tho grave There will bo Grace and Mary and Martha and Charlie and Lirzlo and all tho darlings of your household not pale and sick nnd gasping for breath ns when you saw them last but thotr eye bright with the lnster of Henvonnnd their cheek roseate with the flush of ce- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 i f 1 - fll lestial summer What clasping of hands What emWhat coming together of bracing lip to lip What tears of joy Yyu say I thought thure woro no tears in There must be for tho ltlble Heaven God shall wipe thorn says that And If there were no tears away there how could Ho wipe them away They can not be tears of grlof or tears of disappointment Thoy must bo tears of gladness Christ will comu and say What child of Heaven Is It too much Dost thou break down under for thoe tho gladness of thin reunion Thou I And with his out will help thco arm around us and the other arm around our loyed oue he shall hold us up In tho eternal jubilee While 1 speak some of your with broken hearts ean hardly hold youi peace You foel us If you would speak out and say Oh blessed day Speed on Toward thro I press with blistered foot My eyes fall for over tho dsrt way weeping I faint from listening tholr for foot that will not como and the sound of voices that will not speak Speed on 0 day of reunion And thn Lord Jesus bo not angry with me if after I havo jitonco kissed thy blessed foot I turn around to gather up the long lost treasures of my heart Ohl bo not angry with me Ono look at Thee wore Ilevn Rut all thnse re-Â¬ unions aw Heaven encircling Hearen Heaven orertoppliug Heaven Ilaen commlagMng with Heaven Â¬ 11 15 uiul 17 Wcat Pearl Stroet two damask napkins all handsomely uionograuiei on the table Her friend CINCINNATI O fortunately caught her eye ut the criti cal moment anil noting the rising flush on Mrs Mil1 - - s face took hor aside H Th wbolcido trndo of Eiutcrn K and explained matters Shu was satis tucky li roipeotfully solicited fied resumed her seat at and marveling more the table once TIIE of shrewdness at tho mixluru and independence in thu Chinese character mid honesty loo for these things aro all religiously returned cleaned to tholr rightful owners She had reason later on to thank her stars this was the Chinese custom She gave 4SG0MPANYS u sIn oclock dinner in honor of the Visit of an eastern friend Sho wanted to Invito thirty guests but hadnt tho re Wholesale Dry Goods Notions quisite amount of tableware from which to feed them all at a table In her di lemma she remembered tho old trick 101 101 aud 105 W Fourth Street and acquainted Ling with thu facts Alice light me sabe Mo gcttco CINCINNATI O South Sld him promptly responded that worthy She and her guests entered the dining-room that evening and of a verity Ling had kept his word for upon that table was the most varied assortment of knives forks spoons dishes etc she had ever seen The ludlerousness of the scene flashed upon her nnd laughing outright she explained mat tors to her eastern visitor while the rest of tho company looked on and laughingly nodded approval Detroit Free Press Â¬ Â¬ Mrs MeF raised his pay live dollars and now gets the latest dishes etc She has come to tho conclusion that tho Chinese especially the serv ants aro not such fools ns they look They never steal she says Rut they will lease the household belong ings just as though thoy owned them She went to u birthday dinner at n friends house one day and was aston Â¬ ished to see three of her teaspoons and Â¬ Â¬ CINCINNATI Â¬ HARDWARE C0MPANYi GEO W MAIPIN Â¬ Â¬ GROSSMAN CO SCHLETJTKER rtihUhiiiiiiil if Crlwin In KiikIiiiiiI Saddlery and Harness Noi 74 The Kngltsh laws or rather magis trates punish oftenses against property morn severely than oftenses ngninst the person Tho stealing of any article however small is punished often with several months imprisonment at hard labor while tho costerrnonger for jumping on his mother gets but a fow days Incarceration minus tho hard labor Wlfobontlng a favorite prac Â¬ tice among what are termed tho lower classes In scarcely punished tit all un less the wife dies Kveu then unless death occurs immediately tho brute re ceives but a comparatively light sen tence On the other hand a deliberate murder perpetrated with a deadly weapon or by poison Is followed by tho hanging of tho murderer within a few weeks Recently a murderer was hanged within a fdrtulght of tho death and burial of his victim Chicago Times II Wri Not Hur Women dont murry men said the stickler for correct English In a dog It Is men who mnrry matic tone Â¬ mid 70 Mun Street CINCINNATI 0 tS GUS MEYER WITH WMKERRG0 ino ojoimniia Hardware Â¬ Agricultural Implsminti Â¬ Â¬ OLIVER CHILLED TLOW8 MALTA PLOWS FOSTER 8TOVR CO COOK8 MILLS A EVAPORATORS CHAMPION REAPE1LS A MOWERS 8TODDARI AND ACME HARROWS DOORS AND ttAHH A BPKOIALTft Hoi 110 A 113 Seoond Htret JHONTON OHIO 01y Tn YOTI WANT TO 8AVM FROM 26 to 60 CENTS ON EVERY DOLLAR YOU SPEND T I no wmtjj yon OUR ILLV8TKATKD OATAL03UK OV XVEKYTltINO MANUVAOTUK lit TUB UNITKU SrATJW AT MANUAOTUIl 10000 XLLUrrKATlOXf KKS IKIOA OlTALOftUH ALL LINKS REWMKNTED FKKB Otf APPLICATION UAILED Â¬ CONTAINING JLLUttTKATIONH ANC FKIOM comment- Â¬ I dont know about that ed a man with a cowed air 1 dont Life know about that Muynd An JUsl Mhttrril Did you read that poem 1 women shower to the heart burned Uod Is a sun to the face ttoux deluged with tears--Jose- ph Uod Is a marked for you It Addhesa CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO No 178 Whw Vak Burew St OIIIOAGO ILL up with grhsf Miss Smatter Yes Mr Muynd What did you think of Mlw StnutUr Oh -- fcr comrjNUMl aHheW rvmni1 vftUMMlf If VOtl v WOUlJ A J luok wasnt it TATI0HKBYJOjaksr wete Feyer enly lto tke CM tf r I - fke bU the thrill je mm J iktlMtiT ft - r y T I 1 v I Hazel Gjreen Herald SPEHOER COOPER - f Editor Flower wiih inaugurated nt Albany N Yi Friday and a largo jr0Wl ww prwcnl to we tho ceremony Gov It I 1 1248 s MORGAN COUNTY irvl Involution HVoPBtLBHK Friday HAZEL CltEEN KY Jan 8 1802 BRIEF EDITORIALS AND NEWS NOTES Gov Ilrowns mcHsageto the Kentucky legislature In Haiti to liavo been one or the ablest Htato papers over road before any general nsucmbly of tbo state The governor points out many reforniH and directs tbo attention of tbo legislature to tbo importnnco of enacting laVH to bring thorn about He shows that tbo distillers in only a few counties pay tbo taxes tboy should and uggetH that a penalty bo imposed upon nil county attornoys who fail to collect said taxes All aro agreed that tho message iH Now rolls the year Home peoplu now yooil devils tlieyl ilo On now years day they all begun They fixed Hint time for prrvhiitti fun To tlx a tliuu anil then begin Appears to me uncommon lliln Ivxl Why not do right heeaimu t lit rest On liriMitiUH iluy anil nil Thu vows you initkr are not to men God knows you now at well as then Ami when you mild I will not drink You shoulil have taken time to ihiuk That boiiHliiiK vows without a will Will lirceil a lie anil fool you Mill I write the aliove for one nml nil For broken vows urn nothing small ollJ Citizens NationalBonk WINCHESTER KENTUCKY PAID UP CAPITAL 17500000 WASH MILLER PIIESIDENT just the thing Tenuesnco convicts to the number of hnvo been returned to tho Coal Creek mines and a company of 100 soldiers aro encamped near tho mines to seo that tho convicts are not interfered with by froo miners Tho soldiers nro itrnuil with regulation army rides and besides havo a Galling gun and a mountain how itzer for uso in an emergency Tho troops havo new United States uniforms leg Â¬ gings mittens etc and aro provided for against tho weather A car load of am- Â¬ munition has also been sent to the camp 120 Tho alarm along the Texas border over J M KKILY Preslileiit VM HltlGHT Secretary and TreusurtT tho Garza revolution in becoming intense -YOU Garza is known to havo 1000 or 1200 men with him many of whom aro MexON ican regulars who joined him after mur Â¬ dering Gon Lorenzo Gurcia thoir com Â¬ mander Capt Hardie of tho United States forces came up with 200 of the Jan 4 Hiurt bandits and drovo them into tho chappa Mnytown MIxI1h rel Garza threatens to tako Fort King At a special term of Squire W O old and it is not improbable that ho Hills court held hero Saturday the may do so in which event tho United TirynwoneralHTTIK LAUOl ST FOUNDHY AND MACIIINK SHOP IN TIIK docket was Commonwealth rs Melviu bTAlh at of iAXiisvillfl States will sudor sovero losses Wells assault and battery on the porsou All kinds of nOILEK AND ENGINE REPAIRING SKILLFULLY Speaker Crisp certainly acted very of A V Nickell On motion of I W m THK IOWKHT MVINU pitiCKH BDONE J M KELLY President badly in not making Mr Mills chairman Rose defendants attorney tho court Offlco 90 EAST MAIN STREET J of tho ways and means committee and dismissed the case Commonwealth vs Fou miry on K U RAILROAD his failuro to do so certainly gave tho same for carrying concealed weapons Democratic party a black eye though it Tho jury after hearing tho evidence and will tend to enhance Mills in the estima half hours speech from Mr Hose and tion of tho people This act alone dem Â¬ instructions of tho court returned a a rood lamb onstrates tho unfitness of Crisp for tho verdict of not guilty must be simple when it is not simnle it in position ho occupies and before congress not good SivifiU Beautiful Good thror At a meeting of Maytown lodge No words mean much but to see Th adjourns that body will have realized 650 F A M held Dec 20 1891 tho will impress the truth more foreihiv All meMl its mistake in placing a mnn of such following officers were elected for tho tough and seamless and made in three pieces only little ideas In tho speakers chair entitling year K II May W M J T it is absolutely safeznA unbreakable Like Aladdins Sexton S W A O Swango J W 01 oui it is inuecu a wonderful lamp for its mar Treasurer Halo created qulto a sensa velous light is nurer and hnuhtrr rhnn ric tni Jordan WiIIb Treas J O Swango tion at Frankfort last week by sending softer than electric light and more cheerful than cither H A Childers S D O W Gov Hrowu his resignation and notify Â¬ Secy TH Ifthe tamptcnlcrhnaut the tconulne L11 7ifnp ye yVM w D L T llolln S T c for our new llluxtrnlcl cataloKuc ing him that he would not qualify on McNabb J f f win Muy ttii nfcly exnreM your choice of over llUUO James E Wright Chap vrlelle fnm the Utgnt UmfiStotiH ht Uorld Monday last All sorts of rumors were UAJIIIIftllMaik If wo fail to send up new subscribers COu IUIUUIHH rark PUce Ntt York Clly rlfo as to who would succeed him but wo will try our hand at drumming for 99 subsequently ho concluded ho did not your stationery department Find en want to resign and all speculation was closed 17f for f00 envelopes Send to thus knocked into a cocked hat 1M1IMII MllltlttlSlfllllligiCMI 11 A Chlldors What puzzles the peo Â¬ Georgia is going dry so far as saloons ple hero is how you manage to got them JAY-EYE-S- EE aro concerned On Monday licenses were up in such nice style for so little money MlL J I Oxn tllnknrf Irnv Lnn tn issued to 25 saloons in Atlanta where Jan 4 Winoikhs of Jay KyivHec Huclnc Wis snyn Ancrtxyln m every known romody I romovrtl u lurjfe lluncfi there used to be 289 At Savannah f0 Liberty Wlp of lrn yoara aUnillni from a J year old ttilr ulththro applications of saloon keepers failed to make tho blind Plenty of whisky in this vicinity yet good and dropped out Tho saloons of It is thought that moonshiners furnish a AugUBta aro also to bo roduced at least great deal of this curse This is leap ItUlliebHtpreparatlonIliavaevorutdorhcard S one half in number year and I trust tho boys may stay at of 1 heartily recommend It to all Horsemeu S homo a little now HcAae hundrtili ctueS Uttimonial Tho appeal from tho commercial club Miss Sally Howards school closed last rrlceSl38 er battla Aik yourdrtmlitfnrll If tin of Louisville which wo publish on the dom nut keep liotmJ u lie uuiim or ill vrr for trial box Tho roABi mark A W U K1UY X Whitehall N Y Hrst page of our jwipcr should command week with satisfactory results children all becamo very much attached tho attention of every man in this sec- Â¬ tion Interested in tho development of our to their worthy teacher Since tho beautiful has covered moun Â¬ resources and wo commend it especially tain and dale everybody seems to be to tho consideration of our county judge Â¬ Dorsey Pieratt has been very sick for several days but has now about recov- Â¬ Mrs Ata Aunpiirjer has also ered been on tho sick list but is about up again T E Johnsons little lxiy Ber- Â¬ tie has been quite ill for a few days With these exceptions tho health of tho town is good but several deaths in the country the past week as follows Cn Dec ill William Mannin on same day infant child of James Davis on tho 2nd inst wife of Abner Linvson same day infant child of Hiram Speuce J M Pieratt and son Slevie left this morning for Islington where Slavic will attend college and get all the wrin kles in book keeping A Mr Colegrove at Washington gets the mail route between this place and West Liberty Hugh llcatty the smiling musical agent of Heattyville was in town last week J M Perry one of Morgans brightest school tenchers was in town Saturday Howard Wilson from Montgomery county was in town last week H M Fannin mado a coillu on each of tho three first days of this year Woodio Cull and Miss Maggie Spenco wero married last week S W WILLIS VICE-PRESIDENT- A H HAMPTON OASHIEK 5 ijr - tn iih 11 rAainw m a mnbmh m 4bmbkvihi i ilk iv J W ASST P0YNTER OASHIEK gWWggys5S5L- WHENEVER ggKggr sariZ fBiBNMMHMaHBHnaHHBBaaaHHBtHigaHBnMiiBHM VISIT LEXINGTON CALL Has amnio facilities for doing a general banking business Solicits deposits makes collections gives prompt and careful attention to all business entrusted to it and extends to its customers the most iiberul aceommonat ions consistent witn correct banking business Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE ONLY FOR A Lexington Foundry Go Office 99 EAST MAIN STREET at DECKER BROTHERS ioo TO THE GRAND PIANO AND A mitS SUBSCRIPTION Shop K U RAILROAD near 7th St WEEKLY ENQUIRER Decker Bro Grand Upright Piano 65000 Gladiator Watch and Case 3000 A Lomaire 24 line Field Glass 2009 A Holman Parallel Bible 1300 A Venice Parlor Clock 1200 A High Grade Safety Bicycle 125011 An Elgin Watch and Bom Caso 2500 A Haydock BJce Coil Spring Handy Top ggy J A Railway Watch in 14 Karat Case 7501 ALifo Scholarship in Wattera 7juu Commorcial College f A Six Octave Champion Organ 20000 A Double Barrel Shot Gun 3000 A 8ilverene Case 7 Jewel Watch 1000 A High Arm Improved Sowing MachineC500 A 15 Jewel Watch Boas Case 3500 A FiTO OcUto Parlor Organ 15000 A Gladiator Watch DuoborCase 3000 A John C Daeber Watch X Case 4000 A A Jy JUeXlIlgtOIl T i -- rp XLy Â¬ Seeing is Believing And mM Rnphtr 8 Â¬ ii Â¬ W 44The kctkr tuar tl Rochester And 82 other valunblo prcmiuniH will presented to yearly Bubtfcribera ot tho Weekly Enouircr in April 1892 JMiciobO ouo uoliur for a ycart sub jcription to tho Weekly Enquirer and bo mi Wt QUINNS OINTMENT states what will bo tho number of subscribers in tho five largest liata received from Nov 1 91 to March 31 92 For samo term last winter it whs 2999 and tho winter before was T405 Tho premiums are to le presented to those whoso guesses are correct or nearest correct For full list seo Weekly Enquirer now the largest 12 ago dollar a year paper in tho United GUESS lmv ENQUIRER COMPANY CINCINNATI O k AGENTS WANTED Good Solicitors rnako rom 200 to 800 a day during Winter Beaion Only thoM willing to work ladle or gentlemen wed and county attorney - cheerful 2 Since the death of Senator Plumb of Kansas it has boon currently reported chcjtcra lamp with the light of the morninp and certainly believed by many that uriti Reektittr Lawfi C Ww IVi ex Senator John J Ingalls would bo ap pointed to tho vacancy Gov Humphrey H however has appointed ex Congressman Jl W Perkins to succeed tho dead uoiw Livery Feed and Sale Stable tor HAZEL GREEN KY The Bourbon News entered upon the 4rIoubln nml Niiiclf twelfth year of lu oxiatonce lAst Friday IMk1 nml Siul tile IIotm h Hnd bid fair to improve an it grows Inr hlrr 1nrtlos cotivry oil to iiiiv lutint on rtiikiiii older though ft is now one of the spiel hIU IrriniJ wt sheets in the state Heres wishing ffirl will hUii attiMiil to all rails for iiuo lire Champ a happy and prosperous tloiucrliib mid unllvlt lninliui of tliU kliul ItvMiiorlfullv Ac year JOHN II IIKKATT CATLETTSBUIte KV The Larseat Drug House in the Ohio Valley Jan 4 Kiitk Manufacturer of 388 REMEDIES that are Sold by tho Dozen iouuu oquoro rooi 01 ioor uoom at Hands Employed I lappy and content is a home with The Ro rtrSrtlu proprieiom of tin Innioiu N zsL rTMTrTW F3p4rnfc2 WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING DRUGGISTS 1 now U Enquirer one yvnr Tor only the time to niiliHorilH ScIenllAo MIlj ENQUIRER COMPANY Cincinnati Tin Hkkaiii mid Cincinnati Weekly 10 nml Frtthi Â¬ J PIERATT Tint only re m nl y tluit U nolil on mi nliMo Into guiiruntri to rtiro nil IhIiim nml VoIipi Crnmpinnil folic Diurrhuii ontiry etc Titwil liitorniilly unil cxtVr- II II IV 1IIC IHHI lllllllltlll III lilt Horiu I KRVE KINO Sole propriilnrH of Kor I I tin- - rpnoMnnl AMtttMi the poriiimifiit run- of rulmt in lie tittk nml mII illhiiriliti if iIim ktlu ml HINDOO KIDNEY CORDIAL Irlniiri hriniiii TVx Afency il I IltirK w cKvra tucil JtlticntcH ol lltnitv rrmtily will hi hpiii on nppllcnlinn 2 IlUCK 100 Tlt who Imvf M I r tlilxt I j IjJWJg OAVIATf TRADI MAiKS naaifSM mAmurii OOPVKIOHTt rH fr ftdrFoR 8aik nv Dkuci Sioniy ANnToiSTRY Srouw Kvkkywiiku 5w TMimiHII MMMMMm ia itiHMUi tTirtTi auiBun MiTiiuur rmt wwmnn imRf aiiw nriiwim aiiiiiiriniiiiuii nil vniRinii rare v ww HWTRIilTHHI IN IIW IEEHMI IHIHT HANI TYPE WRITINI PENMANSHrP TELtMAPMYjCTCu ETI AT THE IRVANT k ITRATTIN IMtlNEII CIUEIE tlHTH WEIT UkmM fry v 0At MwArv ttk ssrsryi JWl Mwttfu world J MWlC t aWm irinu tvkienui in il ty Hi la lnmht r tibllo hy k ikkIco irteu or charg In tha CkAlitkl HOA1MTAT ItmJbooV writ to W YOHK in lfn tttwian IrimlUtfMt w HiluIIllr llluifwuM limuH kim m hfwuUar Vwfc inrzoz i iS ff tVr 1 mtm A Iv t 1 I iV II K Cnmpton Currency IL l u Isaac Elklns hns gouo to Texnn to buy Ilirklnml Ky paid Postmaster W T ii a larger i Irenilallnu in Wolfe Mtfrgun l MHko him it farm vHlt Uh hwU giivo lila IJrealliltt titan all otlu r jiupvV in the Win ollico n thorough overhaullnc Hubert L Carroll hns accepted a posi- Â¬ nml merchants In Mtnlr u Uvilli nml Mnrlii eater LtixliiiMoii tion as clerk in Elkiun store will mid It tiir iikmt mkiiii m climiitfli lNented him vory highly on DKALKK8 IN i i Douglass Evans killed an owl a few mvu u wiiien i MTuru ceconin in nrnl class order In tk AVKIlJlrATK8 11 days ago that measured five feet from tip ceH in lyistern Kentucky Taylor ha to tip Advertisement inserted lor lens than a Harvey II Stamper loft a fow days fmnlllarly called by hi frienuY is I0 v liidfru lllhlirtlllll will attend nut uiir m urvni nuiKiiiMir anu wo uavo reason ago for Louisville where he Advchtihinu muht to rpmcmlwr mnn courtesies from both medical college fiirAiA Tuanhiknt UK IAID IN AtlVANUK Kelly Fulk R came homo Thursday hu and his wife HTANIUNO AIIVKUTINKMKN1H Mr Caskey Is a sue 1 inch - monlliN i 7 50 ccaaful merchant and farmer and it Kc night from MoNabb whore ho had been Mny your goods wliilo thoy nro cheap nml now is tho time -M 3 Inches to locate a saw mill 15 00 publican ah nound and true ah any who 3 inches Prof A F IJyrd delivered ono of the 1A 75 mil I A Inches under the colors of tlio present ad 22 00 ft Iiiehenf trco wo May ho live long and ablest speeches at tho Christmas 25 00 ministration 6 Inches and this is our reason We want to buy more goods Liberal rates on larger itdverllHciucutn proMT mid nlwiiys bo postmaster if lift ever heard in this place known on application made llev U D Hlveu passed through hero wants to Local notices to bo interspersed among is business Wo aro not in business you soo yesterday on route to Now fjprlng church rcudiug mutter 10 cents a line with a iliv Kitciirn 0 Jan 1 1812 Mr Edi- in Leo county to fill his appointment merely for pleasure nor for honlth but for tho profit and eonntof 25 per cent where they run u month And tho or more tor Enclosed please find 1 for which G T Center and Prof A F Hyrd re- tho way to mako it profitable is to sell everybody Obituaries trlbutcit of lespcct etc 3c a And line Count nix words to the line ami scud send mo Tin Hkhald for I can not do turned Friday from Stanton where they way to sell everybody is to soil ohoapor than anybody money with thu manuscript We will write without hearing from my old Kentucky is what wo aro going to do for Cash or Country Pro Â¬ had been attending rommon pleas court obituaries anil publish nt A ccats r line Marriage nud death notices not exceeding homo Sorry I can not send you some There was a social party at G T Cen- Â¬ duce teu lines Holieitcd and published llirK have extended tho Credit System until wo are compelled to close our j JtHuih von Hkouiau AnvKirriHiNO subscribers but as I am tho only Ken ters a fow nights ago About 60 young tuckian that I know of in tills country people were present and all had a fourth JAYAlMlt QUAUTItltlV IN DKMAKI books and wo respectfully nsk those who owe us to come in and pay part nr Trimfliicf von will heed this wo remain ii unmiiiitt SPKNtKU COOPKIt Address tho paper dont interest them an much of July timo 1 IL F PIEBATT A CO Harel Green Ky Very respectfully Ac What hns becomo of tho Stillwater and I mallod my lottor to Tun Ukralu Oh how I last Monday but suppose It never reach Hoattyvlllo correspondent Sond The IIkhaid to a distant friend wish you had n writer from St Helens edTiiK Hkrald offlco Surely thoro Is begins at Campton on Como along old friends and help make something rotten inDonmark Circuit court your countrys paper Interesting Monday Judgo Spradltng is making tho best If so vou can get something bettor than dollars from us Tho completion of Miis Maiiy Evanb pollco judgo Campton ever had and the K U ll It to Jackson has cut us on from a large wholesale trado heretofore now ban over 70 Harol Green academy Mrs Eviuih was n Miss Hounnhell with such a marshal as J P Hall viola- had by us in vovenil counties cant and left on our hands an immense stock of scholars in attendance and in order to do so we aro determined and was born and rained in the Clifty tors had bettor look out Lot tho good goods which wo are compelled to unload will mako our patrons happy and make to make prices do the work prices which M I Cox Jr of near Cnmpton Is in neighborhood we believe Editor competition howl Wo offer to Country Merchants extra Inducements ami guar Â¬ work go on Louisville attending a medical college We are overstocked and W B Duff Esq rccontly purchased antee to them lower prices than they ever got before A special from Stanton to tho Courier any bill with freights added either Remember wo will duplicate unload his storehouse and lot must Mrs Ireland mother of Mm Win II Journal dated Jan 4 says Wo are now ro A man of Isaac Elklns wholesale or retail cast or west north or south up hill or down Cord to quite ill thin week with grippe named linger ty had brought a suit for for which ho paid 760 Ho will move ceivltiK such lines bought for oahh at bottom bargains as will fill every depart- 4 win mwihh jm to It In tho spring and will open up a ment Wow ircsii seosotiauie cuoico aim jiitw i If faithfully lined Ayera Sarnaparllla damages against Judgo J W Lilly and butchor shop and market houso will remove acrofuln in wliutuvor form it employed Hon Ilodncy Haggard to deÂ¬ Dr James II Stamper who says he During his argument Mr fend him exints with his wlfo than Tin reflecting on would rather part Toiio Nickel well known to everybody Haggard made a statement reports tho following on the covered with goods at half prices As the prices wo name merely glvoiis a chance Judgo Lilly who at once raso and called Hkrald get our money out of the goods wo cannot afford credit Goods will bo sold lor in this dcctiou i talking of locating in sick list Prof F A Savage Mrs Elka to Mr Haggard picked up an casli only or cotintrv produce llvo stock and school claims taken in exchange him a liar our town nah Duff and Mrs Arklllis Ilalloy Wo havo opened a now department under tho charge of Miss Laura Rawllngs inkstand and hurled it at Judgo Lillys with lino Millinery Notions Ladles Christmas has como and gone and we and Miss Luln Day which is fully stocked Oil Cloths School Hooks and Sup Â¬ Prof Sained of the public nchool ban head It struck Judgo Lillys attorney Furnishing Goods Wall Paper Carpets and this week been confined to hia room with Mr Pldpps and glancing struck Arthur havo been launched out upon n new plies Pictures and Frames etc etc Mls Uawllngs is a thoroughly competent You can do bettor during tho year Milliner and Dress Maker and wo ofTor you a City Stock to select fiom tho grippo Judgo Lilly won year Lot us Carey of Louisville fine and stylish Millinery and Dresses hero as anywhere and at tho very 1892 than any year of our past lives and Kct ai Dr KubIi reportatho following birth ready to goat Mr Haggard when friends If wo nover live to witness tho closing of lowtnt prices Yours etc To tho wife of John Handy on tho 4th interfered and tho court adjourned It another year bo prepared to ascend up is feared there will be more trouble innt a boy ward on rosy clouds and enter heavens Aunt Exoy tho venerable mother of blissful climo where white winged an Tho MiMOiiH of this place will noon HAZEL whoso illness gels flutter beneath tho rainbow arches build n hall and next week wo mny be Judgo George W Carson was mentioned in this paper laut week of n glorious elysHian and where ovor ablo to announce tho site H 0 8WANGO JOHN M HOSE died at tho homo of Judgo Carson on tho city towers tho great whlto throne Died on Tuesday the 6th hint infant Friday at midnight and her remains like somosnow slad mountain sunklssed child of George Oldflolda and wife who were laid to ro t in tic family bury bathed and irradiated in gorgeous hues bavo our Hympathy in their aflliction lug ground on Judgo Carsons farm Sat SuiiLK Jack Jan 4 DEALERS IN Exoy was a good Ayorn Cathartic Tilln stimulate tho urday evening Aunt Hrnsh and wiry hair Is made soft and appetite and rcgulato tho ImiwcIb Try woman and many will bo tho regrets ox by llAlP Hair Konewer pressed when the news of her death is beautiful thorn Have you seen Ayern Almanac HAZEL OKEEN KENTUCKY 1IOONKVILIK Ky Jan 2 l82--De- nr known Sho was aged 80 years nnd at Tho grippo hart Htruck our town In cash for Carry a complete lino of Dry Goods Notions Ladies Dress Sir I this day enclose Tho attention of our readers in directed of our population are loaat onofourth Medi Â¬ Boots Shoes Hats to send mo Tint Hun Goods Gents Clothing Public wjiich I want you headed affected with it toa greater or Iran degree to tho advertisement CASH e and sell prices as I think It is tho best paper for cines Saddles Harness Sale which will bo found on this page Ain Â¬ All goods tho mouatnlns of Kentucky ever pub lowor than ever before seen in Hazel Green Thoso of our subscribers who agreed of our pncr Mr Scobeo has engaged Hoping you will confer a favor guaranteed as represented or money refunded lished to pay their subscription in bread corn in tho lumber business nt Winohotcr uro respectfully reminded that now is a and any ono who deslrea to purchase an by sending it in the next mail I remain NEATLY CHEAPLY and PROMPTLY EXE FANNY ItOHK respectfully Ac good timo to bring it in elegant blue grass firm mny secure n Bend your order CUTE AT THIS OFFICE Ind Jan 1 I8U2 8penccr has our thanks for a bargain by attending this sale RememSaiiink Itegistcr Swungo of his report to tho general assenc ber that it will bo sold on tho 20lh Inst Cooper Enclosed find 1 for which send copy mo your vnluiiblo paper for ono year to bly Wo have not yet had time to read and if you want it lo on hand to bid tho P 0 address abovo and oblige it but will try and do flo soon A farm containing 05 ACItlCS 6 miles Col K Polk Johnson Is now printing Willie Smith from Mt Sterling all In grass except 8 Mrs Kninta Lumpklns tho well known tho Capital as a dally and it comes to us acres good soil good Imprereinents and In good neighborhood with an excellent orKy now tins a nice chock full of legislative news Tho last dresrf maker at End chard and convenient to good schools churches and postoffloo It It a nice home lino of Indies hats and Is prepared to do isHiio wo had contained tho governors appreciated I will and gone which shows Till and must he seen to hethan can be found In messago as a supplement sft Tltaa Dmcc Cured Haying movctl to Winchester any kind of work in that line give a better bargain I will on 8am Amdmus Cat Co CX Wtb WMs ilio lumber bunlnens application Is Biade before I that Col Johnson Is full of newspaper Into My boy 13 years old was so seetoa by M the State If Among others who have been confined WEDNESDAY JANUARY 20 1892 Vitus DiuwtiUusi he ouM not go to school for rent It enterprise May he live long and prosAI80 ef Pastor Koeulfs Narva to tbolr homcH with tho grippo this week t yaxa Two A fsrm of A110UT 305 AOItES near Kiel return him much Hell nt public miction on the preniUes my Teste restored bottUa per and tho Capital bis bmllb asul ba la saw sU on lilaokwater Morgan county known as is our young friend W 0 Lacy who is fur of S87 ACHKS lyliiK on the Wiiielie invest In tho Hoonesboro turn- teruml Mt Hierllnx pike eMit inllei from UqJIbs aabeol agala W1CHAKL COOMNWa capital to the Miles Kash farm about 10Q aeres clear at his mothers just opposite Tiif Hbii ami nevcii niilci from Mt Ster ml and In cultivation and the balance in Wliehinter pike company or otherwise A Very Bast timber This farm Is susceptible of division ling near Thomson Station on the N N A ALU odiCO Kast Nbwmaiubt Mt Marak B ML I will divide It to suit purchasers and take M V R R Â¬ eba Mydaogbtar badaHtopay Mr and Mrs J T Day returned Mona few good Horses in part payment anu giva Tho farm bason it two good dwel lliiRsand woaW bare 0 er 7 fit avary m Mvara tkat Tho growing demand for houses in this 94 bears lmiaa day from Mt Sterling where thoy were HKOod tenant houno one of the dwellliiK dfatoly artar ustBC Iastor Keaaajs Marra Tea4a liberalI terms on the balaueu J G TRIMBLE placo should induce our monied men to U h new bouse of eight rooms and all nvovs iiiHtr lata summoned when Mrs J G Trlmblos ary out buildings such u buy house Uia sasiui ilaenaaaU bi uuiabar asut la thay two waaka from taUntf Uw ftrst doaa 20 cottage- - during the build not less than smoke house poultry tbaa illness was iirst announced and whore servantsico hue cribs stables etc all entirely eaaaad Baf era astag tbl s wadlelaa bar house No investment would house Li coining spring luririi tobacco barns with taimX waa vary wesvk but bow satad aad mm they remained until after her death and ry axa fully restored sad sba aatlraly oar ad pay bettor thirty live acres of tobacco and a af tb sUa by tba use of this jiraat resaedr sympathy of tho commu room for I he funeral Tho larue orchard Just beg limlng t Members of Mizpah lodge No f07 P nity goes out to Mrs Day who was over Â¬ other house contains six rooms with all nec A ValuaWa Keek te hs Mayo u Printing executed at this ofHee In the high Â¬ IMaHa4 Mat f raacab say sdilfwa est style of the art and at satlsraetory prleea the hnll charged with griof beforo her mothers essary out buildings watered with ponds sIm eMala nd ueor ihUmjU A M aro requested to meet at This farm is well Notefieads envelopes sale bills Ae Work iiu wrflilss free mt shsrts -storo on Saturday death and this last stroko has well nigh pool am spring promptly done and nothing hat the best ovor Pieratt A Cos ftila Puia Koaa material used Head far estlwatw trass I uu sowni m will prostrated her It rented last vear lor isaewariar o wirii night as business of Importance and can bo rented out for one year IH M00 come beforo tho lodge KOINIG MID 00 Ohio AMOS DAVIS WITH Henry Godscy who spent tho holidays or a term of yeurs at the same price omiIt SOld SS tt WUOIO or III irnum BaM by PiisjUta stllHT IsWWa Leander Ilrooks was thrown from his at home with his father and mother loft trill be ljrlsbaIIMa SBa4Uaafcr lima and place I will sell the Manufseturers f horso a few days ago and sustained a Mondav morning for Danvjllo Centre Ttlho atal following personalty One Heres the llttlu Jeweler of Eaol very sovoro f racturo of the ctavicle Dr college will some day point with pride Ion by Jr dam by Onwood He Turned to a Watch tlio time to tell B Is ner wa broken last year and with but llttluJ Taulboo did tho job for him and he to tho fact that Henry was onool He Is mi his knees In 310 one saddle horse handling trotted M W Pearl street Clnelnaail 0 As the public sees old w getting along all right scholars broke Hies three years calves at Hilleli And a prayer Is made 1J00 yearling steers l Â¬ cowst rHeaitnMarters atWeat Llbafty Kyfsm For the Jewelry trade suitable lots for feeding A II Stamper tho rising young attor barrels uV corn A stay of proceedings having been tt J F LOOKHART Not thst hes busted and Mt Hter- paid our offlco a pleas U In lir or Winchester 100 per Or his trade has rusted granted the case cau be reviewed in ney of Campion turnpike stock par value dlvMend Hut as limes are tight He came over to liar wlileli jmys an aiiiiual the couri of appeals Isaac Murphy will ant call Wednesday HetliOHihtltrlght thing noteiiu Many other a case on Lacy creek of filer To sell goods lower not bo hanged at Salyersvllle Unlay Fri take depositions in LMSUH TIish ver he fare hear WThUdVU pltlve and the faramlll tho particulars of which we did not day an previously announced Often Ve MtMH wind WZMXt KY Sai beglasat 10a m -cerUlHw Awerlt AH Watches 800 i awarded judg Imrn lunch at neon Dr J 0 Hollan wi Urge WelghtleksWW Josh DeDutdc has bought the residence j we jisatly For nmher iHforwatlea applyThews at common plrw court Winchester Ky or J t Hcbe fvWll aUssl Ban trss of W 0 Coldlron and will Improve the ment in the Powell qmp Urot Mks fa Hfrlr qual wrw lib aesntsi dd ai tbU for 50 damaijes against John The latter lives h the dwelling this spring by enlarging it His Monday ity of HewlHg Maehlae Oil S HtK 10 an4 tMUMrtofllWwiijatft a tiftswsi p whisky In liU eye V CAKH throwing T eeats UmiiMtrnlly partner John 8 Rose will alio buy a lot nurgen for J A IUMHKY AaetloMwr 10000 He sued for aad butld a residence in the spring Hazel Green HeraldJ Jl 1 PIERATT TTT TrTWBrr- - H F ii PIERATT CO I Jr7iIrteVl rllu iii it LIVE STOCK OOUNTEY PRODUCE Good People Play Progression 1 i I- Dont that Â¬ Â¬ that A i VWo tW ni Do You Need Money f Â¬ Ml jr Â¬ day t GREEN s oca KENTUCKY Â¬ Hose Swaxigpy FOR Patent at GBmftAL MmOHANDISB Â¬ inn rmlMIIIMb JUD rmTMTIMf 2 FARMS FOR SALE t PUBLIC SALE BflsSiftrsH Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ir Â¬ - - FRFF iSSBSBF tttETTMAN KROS A Co OLOTHSNG DENTIST Â¬ umuj J- H Â¬ risflii n tcoiii V- j wmwM eWrad a4o w -- t4irt ijm ij miuj IJMnnfw mi irtilfcuiiiiii itr nfii oipk i n - i Sweet floor Then looking up he said Green I hare a purpose in advising yhj what should it bo except to you as I do I do not liko to say what make all tho money wo can out of that purpose is but I assure you It Is an Green just as we intend to make it out honest one and besides It is well found- Â¬ Culet wo iny and xmllcd to each other ed For your own good I advlso you to of every other settler Over tho Mile of tho ltttlo bed Then how hi ityou do not find it nec Â¬ this step Get your money ojal of these Till tho child said softly I hear you mother Durllnp I did not spculc I mild essary U dopout yourself toward other lots and keep it out John made no reply but looked at settlers as you do toward the Greens A hnppy llaht on hor fnco camo plnylnn Why is it you find it necessary to go Scraggs incredulously Tho agent saw Yns you tx HpcnUlnff I hear I know that ho had made no impression and ho Your even nro talking I nco them flnyingt there so often continued Dear little lrl I do lovo you sol I supposed this was a freo country Will you promise Upon your oath Then she nestled down to hor restful nlccplng Scruggs and that a man did not havo to Green never to whisper a word of what Iiiiylntf n pink pnlm nuiith hor choclc explain to other people tho reason With chllrtlali trust In tho watchful hooping why ho chooses to go hero or there I am going to toll you Of tho lovo that needed not to speak Yes if it is right that I should not Hut sinco you force the question on mu I dont know that it would be ex- Â¬ Tho birds sang on and tholr praises swelling I dont mind unswering it 1 go to John lloro up n prayer on their molody actly right but I know it would bo to Greens occasionally because I like And tho penco that pnisoth human telling Louise To bo honest frank and confi Â¬ your interest and would if you acted Foil on my llttlo child and inc dential with you Scruggs Ill go fur on it save your money and save you Nancy P McLean In Ladlos Homo Journal ther and say I lovo her Im shaking i the truth when I say that so help mcj pyc looked lovo Into mlno thai lOTO thcin In ltaotRjayjenco of tho ilcmnlac dlriJ Tw Ah tho birds trbUo up to tho tight abovo them Thrilling tho morn with their matin hymn our Money id that la ptoflt enough AtttkMOwtfcat I hots yon and tral your actions and wore it is hardly ako my advice nnd sell out I can Hazel Green lttalj that they will know it sinco loan your money whore it will be safe there is no ono to tell thorn but you unci where it will bring you good InterFJCHOXR COOPZR raMkktr m r ud theyd never tukc your word for est Make tho change then when tho j e MAZBLQKElf I KY an Mdng not If you wero to swear to mortgage on your farm is due you will t t it So you hoc I have got tho advantage havo ilio money to pay It off of you Hut John shook his head saying and if you want to do uny warning just go ahead Hut you AT THE DAWNING You can get no interest to equal tho are making a great fuss about nothing profits on the lotri and besides I would Out Im tho hush of the mornln urenkmz anyhow Wait until I uiako an attempt rather not turn usurer rif Atartloa bird Thcroenme a t witter against tho girl wont youV Scrngjrs was silent for a llttlo whllo I tifrneu to ncfl If tho child nwnklng Tho first faint herald of daylight heard If you have no designs on the girl during which ho looked hard at tho Herald Â¬ asked Scruggs Pearson will you ploase say what your purpose isV I JIUU I UU IMVU HUUIMJ waMMm M 1 MmVcKVM PKYIVf StopYoPtcpf fill ftAfMVUoNC CONTINDKD life faRAWFSRT CoVijl CHAPTER X i Mr Scruggs IInrry replied I dont admit nfter a bhort blloncc anything you havo charged but say you are correct and it must bo acknowl- Â¬ edged that you aro not abovo reproach Your virtuous indignation dont com- Â¬ mence qttito boon enough It begins where tho profits leave oft In other words you are willing to condone my crimc us you chooso to call them and even assist mo in executing them as long as there is money in it to you Hut duty to warn them against jou and the moment they coaso to bring a flniiu Ill do it Ill give them fair warning rial return to your pocket you get ter- Â¬ and if they dont want to heed it they ribly down on them You aro willing can only suffer tho consequences If Ao help rob and plunder the settlers you wanted to marry tho girl iiow- tbecause it pays tou but there is no Hah I dont want to marry her and profit in trapping the girl so your virÂ¬ I dont propose to do anything of the tuous soiil revolts at the idea That is sort You know that that matter is the sio of your honor Scruggs settled for me The folks at home havo 1 admit that appearances do seem kindly selected a woman for me and against me Pearson for after being a all I havo to do is to go back and marry tool in Oour hands sq long tuiUi ior vhioh I am going to do in a few it roulcl bo a wceTcsT 1 tlontlove her 4uid neverdid iiiriffK8 iKitli emphasis miracle if 1 had an honorabl e impulse but she is rich nnd money is what we left in my bosoin Hut miracle as it is JlEpiSfUT J have a spark of honor yet unobscured Soraggs muda norotfly to this and I would say what I have and oppose Pearson went on your designs on Greens daughter even shall go back there and marry that if I lost money by it In a ease like woman but I will not be compelled to this money cuts in figure with me-stay there with hor I will soonJiud an Yp nro very pious all at ohcb exciiefoi coniingAvest and oneV hero crnggs snid Pearson with it light I willrwork to myencls nnd iind my laugh annl wonder you didnt turn happiness in the society of my little preacher in your young days You wild lower of the plains would have made an eloquent sermon- Ivor Hut well drop this subject if you CHAPTER XI please for the present and when I oiiiin wants moiii pijopit form designs against Greens girl such Along in October Ilarry Pearson as you mention and find am in need went east for the purpose of getting of your assistance in carrying them out married lie had not gone to Greens Ill put up the stuir and make vou more than once or twice after tho con solid versation betweon him and Scraggs but Youll do no such thing raggs he consoled himself in leaving with the excHimcd v itb writh as he arose and thought that it would not be long be paceo the ilooi o monev will induce fore ho was buck a train and ho honcii tnc to ad in t etraying that girl or any by that time to bo able to sway Louis other igin into your power Hut Ill tell to his wishes tii you wiuil fi win tio it mc raggs said stop Scraggs said nothing to the Greens of ping before Peni Min and looking him the young mansintentions fop in the isqnarc intlieeycs Ill wTin JoliiYGreen first place he realized that they would bo slow to lKlieve him nul ii tlu i Well 1 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ my heart and soul and never have and never shall lovo anyone else And now having gone this far Ill go further I 1 turn ivvv iiur uiiu i vu tiwurn 1I1 sue siiuub 4sM linmlnn iiijvj lyiyn kiiaii Ii umI niui uiiuui ham but he shall never1 have her I cannot win her love but I can get hor in my power and toroo her to come to my arms and submit to my caresses and by Heaven I will Ilarry Pearson beware This is going too far and they shall be warned Go and war n them Theyll not bo lleve a word you say Im not afraid of you for you aro powerless Alas that is too true I am the demon and you are tho saint and your lies will be taken as gospel truth while tho truths speak will be be- liovcd Jjy none So much for being your tool mit1 nevertheless it is my 1 1 Kt VllUfll WILI1 III 1 lnc iii iv- i L perfctftly satisfied that be had aoted foe tho Ofcst The boom at Paradise Parle kept rolling on and on reaching out farther and farther until tho winter catno on nnd the severe storms and cold weather put a check to all Improvement That winter was an Intensely cold one and thero was a great deal of snow so that pcoplo ventured out but little and as a conso quenco tho excitement at Pnradlso Park died down and tho Bales of real cstato ceused entirely The investors felt no uneasiness how- Â¬ ever being assured that with tho return of fair weather the boom would sot In again with renewed vigor In tho spring the railroads were to bo located and work was to begin on them at once and all the other publio Improvements wero to bo got under headway too so then tho real boom was to come nnd only a few short months of Inactivity was to come betweon Thus tho winter passed nnd by the middle of March all the snow was gone from the plains and the tender grass began to shoot up Tho boom at Para dise Park revived and while real estate transactions resumed their wonted strength tho sound of the hammer tho saw and the trowel were heard on every hand Husiness blocks both frame nnd brick weiv started up all about tho center of tho town while residences wero being constructed in every quar- Â¬ ter Unprecedented activity reigned and Scraggs prediction that the place would havo twenty thousand population within tho year bade fair to come true Hut day after day passed and no move toward constructing railroads or other public improvements was made Yet the people wero strong ia the faith and kept the boom rolling Â¬ Â¬ HOME HINTS AND HELPS i CHAPTER XII A IlRUSTKU Â¬ tr- - uM mm cd wsii jttyi dJ i f is You will oxclulmed the young man springing up with dualling oyca and on will eh clinched lists Yes I will ivpllcd Scraggs calmly maintaining hli position vtoj a rulnutu the two men stood silently oyehiV mjh other Scraggs cool collected nnd Immovable and Pearson ut first nwrry nnd flushed but slowly calming down At last tho htttor broko into it Hgut iigu ami wuii a toss oi tho head spoke Pfi tbe it fool Scraggs ho said because that dont pay I havo jnodo vstgnv on tho girl and besides if J did lumwrour putting in wouldnt do any igood Do yoh Kiippoio thoOroM or jiny nf Ok oilier settlors wouldtako your word In preference to inino Of eourso thoy wouldnt Its you that is known its a heartless villain whito 1 in tho shade baek of you am known as a Wind vilinjrgntlonian These people -- against yor v lUriitY PBAttSOX nrWARRl j1 i iiii b teult toupprouuh them on such a ttb ho told himself that lt wonlcl bo premature nnVliow to speale then as it was probablo ttiut once married Ilarry wouldiglvo upthis designs on Louise and even if liouduhVt it would be time enough to speak when Pearson came baek eSo the matter rested Tho boom at Paradise Parle assumed greater proportions every hour The wile of lots grew greator day by day and at last the rush of customers was so overwhelming that Hcrnirirs found it necessary to take In twri extra assist- nuts Several new buildings wore put hi course of erection and three news- papers two of them with dailv issues wero established in tho town Many of tho lots were sold two or thrco times within ns many days and always at u largo advance Specula- Â¬ tion tun wiui nun uiwou iiciiiiiig lie- came the rage of the hour John Green mado no effort to sell his lots for tliey wero well located and he felt secure hi holding them Thoy would go on In Â¬ creasing he thought and when the roilroad companies began to construct tltelr lines into tho place and nil the Mother publio improvement wore put nndor way tin ilr vidua would go bo- yond unybodyu expectations He do- tennlned to hold them and hold them ioncFpW e he fomurit a lftUedifli fjecti Then again I I I ho did nut Keraggs mmlo au effort to sell them and in it short tiracafho found a customer who offered totako them at double what John paid Scruggs sent for John and laid tho offer before him saying It is a big profit on tUo JnvQsthicnt Mr Grcon and my advice is to take it Raid John I ban do better No than that noxt year JiVaiftUHtiio rail- Â¬ ff roads corns in v I tell you Green Scraggs1 vrcnt on now la a good time to1 sell You double month passed and then tho great boom at Paradise Park received a sud den check A railroad line was located through that section of Kansas but it came not to or through tho place It ran within five miles of the town and tho company located a depot and laid out it townsite at tho point nearest to Paradise Park As soon as thh fact became known a a certainty the great boom burst and you aiu sly sckaggs the embryo western metropolis lay flat from a great deal of suffering perhaps Tho sale of lots stopped short and Hut bo that as it may I wont reveal within three days the lue of real any secret It wouldnt be safe I will estate ran down until it was impossible say though let those lots go and make to sell lots nt any price The noise of your money bocure IlKUrntl Silks the saw and hammer ceased and un Â¬ Isnt it secure where it is John finished buildings were left so Pilack silks patterned in bright littlo asked Then a new town on the railroad was set pompadour sprigs continue to hold You heard what I said Mr Green started under the name of Magic City a prominent place in popular favor Scraggs replied anil ought to bo able Scraggs the inevitable shoo the dust The light weight silks of this sort that to draw your own conclusions I say of Paradise Parle from his feet and were tho vogue during the summer take your money out of tho lots and went down to Magic City to inaugurate have given place to those that aro make it safe Thats all I can say to a boom there and he succeeded so heavier and the colors which make up you and its more than I have said or well that within a few days thero was the figures aro brighter and more nu- Â¬ will say to anyone else I havo a a grand rush of people to tho new merous Even moreconvenientbecause reason for advising you to this step town and it real estate craze rivaling serviceable for various occasions is a and strange as it may seem it is al Â¬ that of Paradise Park began to rage dress of this kind than the standard together for your interest that I do it The people who owned houses at the black silk of time honored fame It is Its a llttlo strange indeed Mr old town moved them to tho now and also effectively trimmed in black lace Scraggs John taid with an incredu Â¬ thus within a couple of weeks the which is one of tho most popular garni Â¬ lous shake of the head that you famed town of Paradise Park the tures of tho present season A neat should feel such an uncommon interest once proud infant wonder of the world dinner costume is of this black figured I cannot understand in mv welfare was blotted out of existence and silk Tho skirt is made over a plan silk why you should make so great an ex nothing save a few old foundations and foundation and is laid in ilat plaits ception in my favor Why am I alone the painted corner stakes remained to meeting in front and is fan plaited in selected from all your Customers to re marie the spot where the embrvo the back Tho pointed bodice is hooked ceive the benetltof your advice Am I metropolis had stood under the plaits in front and cut out at more to you than any of tho hundreds Tho collapse had beeubiulden and un the neck Inside tho V shaped opening of others who have invested in these expected and hundreds of poor bottlers are two folds of cream crepe lisse and town lots dont think-- so who had invested their little all In the the double Medici collar is lined with You are right Green you nre not hope of making a raise awoko sudden Â¬ the same material The soft plaits more to me than tho others Hut it is ly to the fact that they were ruined and which form the front of the bodice aro not that which influences mo There is that their hopes and their money had covered with laco and an epaulette of not u man among all my customers gone down together in the great wreck lace finishes tho shoulder of each whom I would not advise as I do you Some who had a mall amount of means sleeve At tho foot of the is a were he placed in like circumstances left invested in the new town in the flounce of laco correspondingskirt that to Hut it is folly to talk and argue Hero hope of retrieving what was iot in the used on the bodice Chicago Post is a customer for your lots Take my old but hundreds had nothing left to Ililvlcnii IW advice uuclMll out invest and all they could do was to v No said John uiuKfii pii ninuo by this recipe is Ill keep them I mourp the departed and curse Sraggs know your object Mr Scraggs 1 can This latter pleasure however was excellent cold Save the neck tho tips see through it perfectly Those lots denied John Green Ho could mourn of the wings the gizzard and the liver are destined to sell for an enormous the fall of iaradise Park but he had of the chicken nnd the feet Pour price and you know it You see a t no occasion to ourse Serairirs for boiling water over the feet leave them tiiimsuil dollars or so in them and you Scraggs mil warned him and had made a moment then pull off the outer skin want them You are the man who pro- - every effort to get him to save himself and nails After theso aro removed 1 ImytluMit You are sly Scraggs John took his loss seriously to heart put tho feet with tho other parts They IO and you can hatch out some plausible and many were the wakeful nights it aro quite important as they contain i schemes but I uudeitand your motive eaused him Tho sum of money was the gelatine which forms tho gravy in this instance small but it was all that stood between around tho chicken when the pie is Scraggs arose and walked tho floor for his family and want if he should fail cold into a delicious jelly Stew the a minute or two then stopping in front on his crop the coming season as there skinned foot wing tips neck and gibwas it fair nrosiioot of him doiiur lets which have been well cleaned In of Green Mild John Green I wouldnt pay von fifty Jinco the season had opened upevceed just enough water to cover them add it slice of onion ono of the carrot and let percent op the investment you mado iigly dry Gioso lots Mary ever pntient and long suffering the water simmer gradually till it is in dont want them and wouldnt buy them at any price Hut deplored the loss of tho money equally reduced one half add n fow drops of lempu julcc or a toaspoonful of tnntgon UUK ls unless so i nave no more to say 11 uiinli iiiiuiui mil out made a pre vinegar and somo jellied stock if nec- Â¬ at loist onIv tlif n loss llan six tense of considering it a racro triflo essary Pour this gravy around and months irom to day you will recall True wife that she was she was willing what I have said and you will say that to bear her own banders alone ami bo over the chicken in tho plo and cover it for once Scrpggs advised you aright sides shoulder a largo part of her lms with a paste and bake it until the crust Good day bauds She saw nothing in tho future is a fine brown It is bettor to strain rpis av ihmt outlook to encourage her yet for Johns the gravy boforo pouring it over the im uiiiiui oui jijjjt inmio it Might impression on John and he left sake she affected to bee a great deal chicken Some people add littlo egg the office in a halting state of mind and the more ho regretted the more balls or slices of the yolks of hard Gnce or twice us he walked down the cheerful and hopeful sho beenme and boiled eggs and rings mado of tho Rtroeiho stopped half inclined to go tho more lightly sho treated their loss whites Good Housekeeping 1 am glad Mary back and accept Scraggs offer John remarked Vuivot tJirdli H ono day that you talco btieh a happy I will If I sell out ho mused Girdles foi -- loth nnd silk gowns nre make a largo profit and besides being view of tho situation The lais of tho made of bias velvet In u single picco in bio to redeem my farm will have u money and the knowledge that it was about eight inches wldo Tho edges couple of hundred dollars loft towards my fault Is enough to mako mo despise aro nnrrowly and turned over building a home It may bo that myself almost even at best and if you hemmed with blind stitches Thrco had blamed mo ns I deserve to be rows ofScraggs Is right too trulthatby hold shirring draw tho front iug on I will lose all Perhaps It would blamed 1 believe Id have gono mad down to a width of ouly tivo Inches TO UK CONTIVUKDI bo safer to boll uud two supple whalebones are sot in Then on tho other hand ho would re- Alpliubeti casings betweon theso shlrrings The call Scraggs reputation ns it schemer The Sandwich islands alpuabet has 10 fastening is mado in tho bnck by four and au unprincipled shark and noting letters tho Hurmeso 10 Italian 2d hooks and eyes bidden under two littlo tho improvements that wero under way Hengnlcso 21 Hebrew Syrian Chal meeting frills each an Inch wide of and tho avidity with which other peo- Â¬ dee and Samaritan i3 each French 23 tho yolyet doubled at tho ouds of tho ple wero taklug up bargains in roal Greek 2 Latin 25 German Dutch girdle Shirring and whalebones sitn cstato ho would conclude that ho and English 20 each Spanish and Sla- Â¬ ilnr to thoso In front aro down the back was right and that Scraggs only want Â¬ vonic 27 oach Arabic 29 Persian and each sido of tho frills Such girdlea ed get tho lots himself because there Coptic 82 Georgian 35 Armenian 38 and bolts of all kinds are so in was u hiir rmtcnmn tn thorn Unnsnnlno ltusaian ii Muscovite 43 Sanskrit favor that they aro often much on tt been pro nnd eon ho ttnallj docldod to keop and Japanese 50 Ethiopia uad Tartar basques and coata as well as to com pleto round bodices Harpet t Hazar ins mis aim accordingly wont uomo tan xoa t A Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ 1 IlOtlM and it half pounds of salt three-quarteof a pound of dnrk brown sugar nnd three ounces of saltpeter Lot all boil together and skim then removo tho brino from tho fire add one fotirtlt of it toaspoonful of cayenne and whon quite cold put In tho tongues They will bo fit to use in a weok and will bo found of it color and Havoc to satisfy the most experienced and fastidious Good Housekeeping Marble Veal Hoil skin and cut a trickled tonguo as thin as possible and beat it in a mortar with it noiiml nt fresh butter and a little pounded mace until it is liko paste stow four pounds of lean veal and pound it in the same way then put some of tho veal into a large potting pot and lay some tonguo in lumps over the veal in different parts then nearly fill with veal press it down hard and pour melted butter over it When served cut it across in thin slices put them on a dish and gnr nish with curled parsley Keep it in a cold place tied over with a paper Hoston Herald Cardinal Jelly Soak one ounce of gelatine in three fourths of a pint of water for ono hour then add one fourth of it pound of whito sugar the juice of two lemons and the whites of two eggs whisked in a littlo cold water Ictsottlo a few minutes then pour through a flannel jelly bag into which a small stick of cinnamon has been broken Strain through this two or three times to get tho flavor of the cinnamon hen it is quite clear add nearly half a tumbler of red currant jelly Pour into a mold to set When required turn on a glass or silver dish and garnish with white flowers Housekeeper rs Now Orlcana Molasses Candy Tak ono cup of Now Orloans molasses ono cup of sugar a picco of butter tho sizo of an egg sweot not anlt and a table spoonful of vinogar Hoil theso to gcthcr but do not stir until tho mass hardens when dropped into cold water When dono tir in a teaspoon fnl of soda nnd boat well Pour into buttered pans and whou cool cut into slices If llavoring is desired it should bo added just beforo pouring out to cool La dies IlomoJournal To Curo a IJcof Tonguo Thoro is no better method of curing beef tonguo than tho following Make a brino by adding to thrco gallons of Avator four Â¬ rii Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 - I I I - T l AGRICULTURALHINTS CLASSIFICATION OF WOOL STUDY OF ROOTS The HablU or flardeit 1lants Investigated A A FAMOUS LAKE i V I f An interesting investigation of tho How tho Different Uunlltlcn in Each root habits of certain gnrdon plants Fie coo Are Divided was mndo nt tho Gcnova station by Short staple domestic wool is divided digging a deep trench alongside oi Into cltfht grades namely Picklock each Rpcclmcn to bo examined and Is tho finest prime choice which head seconds abb nntl breech then gradually and guardedly washing Bupcr tho earth Worsted wool is classed downward through away bv a spray of water a hose from the blue neat brown breech Tho following result nppenred In the downright seconds to abb The dia Â¬ case Eclipse beet one of the turnipgram shown the manner in which tho -rooted of tho clrfss which grow largely different qualities in each llceco nro above ground divided The The best wool is from 1 the shoul- Â¬ feet tap root was traced ncarlj wo Uninches started out from this ders and sides of tho onimnl that at intervals during its entlro length from tho withers 2 is irregular and no roots appeared abovothotaproot filled with burrs from tho loin 3 is Tho branches were traced a distance of shorter and coarser still shorter and two feet horizontally from tho tnt coorser on tho hind quarters 4 tho root The fibrous roots wore very ten wool 6 is short worn ad dirty belly der and delicate and though not very numerous extended over an area of about twelve square feet They often extended upward from tho branches and in some cases appeared to reach the surface of the solL The root system of the carrot cither in long or short varieties is compara- Â¬ tively small Tho tap root soon ta pered into a mere filament which ex Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ by HulcntUU tended downward but ubout sixteen inches lliat on the front of throat 0 i i n ct u Wool wool Loggett and wether wool that has never been cut tapers regu Â¬ larly from base to end and is fine and silky in texture the tapering end es pecially having these qualities in high est perfection The first clip from a sheop not more than eight months of age is of the highest quality and is called lambs wool If permitted to remain uncut until the age of twelve or fourteen is reached the staple becomes much longer and somewhat coarser but retains the Mildness due to the thin tapering ends All subsequent clips are classed as wether wool and are coarser and slitter cutting the fiber causing it to thicken at the cud Mer which showed a decidedly less extensive system than caulillower the roots cer were traced to a depth of about twenty CLOVER SEED MOTH inches and a distance of eighteen inches Observations Tnr Completed jit tlio Town on either side Tho main root was quite thick for a distance of ubout six Hxieriinent Station Observations upon the clover seed inches below which it divided into caterpillar and the moth into which it main roots which tapered for a short develops have been in progress at the distance and then became fibrous ceas Â¬ Iowa experiment station during tho ing to taper The fibrous roots in the upper layers past season and tiie conclusions in bulletin of the soil were not numerous and reached are recorded which arc about some appeared at a considerable depth H Tho moths Such studies as these are of pructical one third of an inch a cross when wings arc spread dark value to the farmer and serve to show are the brown or nearly black with two the importance of a rich and well cultismall curved silvery lines along the vated soil sub soiled for root crops or hind border with eight white silky of planting in a soil that is easily peno lines along the fore border of the fore trated to a considerable depth by roots Andrew II Ward in lioston llobe wings which in common with the hind wings are delicately fringed as shown SIMPLE HOSE MENDER in the engraving The under side of silky and A Device Wlileli Ik Not 1ntunted lino the wings are shining and Tliereloro Kverybody Iroiirrty have a greenish tinge in certain lights The accompanying cugraving gives The moths were noticed Hying from views of opposite sides of a section of hose sent us by John ItlcGowan Orange N J to illustrate a simple method of mending hose practiced by him for years After trimming evenly the ragged edges of the break in the hose a short section of half inch iron Â¬ straight A further classification is into lambs name defects nnd the wool from the head and shins is short stiff and has the Â¬ Â¬ The horizontal roots seemed to ex tend a little more than a foot Tho fibrous roots started ch icily from tho tap root though a few had their origin near the base of tho ileshy root These extended both deep and shallow somo renchlng the surface of the ground and others sinking into the soil as deep as the roots are more concentrated than those of most other crops raised They extend about ten in the garden inches in depth and about the same dis Â¬ tance horizontally The greater part of the roots seemed to be beneath a circle of eight inches in diameter the stem of the plant be ing in the center There is no taproot The roots that start out from the base of the bulb are very numerous and these give rise to very many branches The latter however do not subdi vide and are usually quite short In the case of an early cabbage n Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Srb with what a swagger the farmor Yes a sort of cornstalk wnlkanowl Baltimore American troubled with a skin disease were Fon indlgostlon constipation sick head cured by slaking their thirst ct tho nche wouk stomach disordered liver take brink Lo Favre tried the water for Beechams Pills For Balo by all druggists his rheumatism and It lefthlm To day Let mo glvo you a wrlnklo ns Tlmo the fame of tho lake has spread far and Balti wide It is situated on tho Columbia said to tho maturo beautys fuca more Amorlcan river plateau about sixteen miles south BtMotrnNitss dUilness nausea hendacho west of Spokane and is 2800 feet aro relieved by small dosos of Carters Llt Â¬ abovo the level of tho sea The stratum Uo Liver Pills of tho couutry round about Is basaltic Tho lake is sixty feet deep half a mile Tun old tlmo fnthor and mother wore n wide and a mile long Tho wnter Is of spunking team Galveston News a greenish tingo and no plantH grow near tho water Animal llfo is also ab- Â¬ sent and an unbroken sllonco broods over tho dark pool Tho water has a specific gravity of 1012 and holds so much alkali in suspension that after A Tested Remedy bathing tho body feels as if it had been For All Jg oiled A shampoo for tholicad 1b easily had by rubbing the water In with tho hands When tho surfaco is furrowed by a strong brcczo a lathery foam forms on tho shores Strange to say a species A reliable euro for ContORlou of terrapin lives on tho bottom of tho Blood Poison Inherited Scrolake and in its dopths but never rising fula and Skin Cancer Â¬ ItraBg Cratlra IroperttMoHte Wftttrs Early in this century Antolne Dufour ft prisoner in an Indian camp on the margin of a lake in what Is now South ern Washington fell into the wafer whllo trying to escnpo from his captors Dufour was a sufferer from rheuma- Â¬ tism clao tho accidont would not have happened to him Tho bath instead of stiffening his joints seemed to have a healing effect nnd tho Frenchman tried tho experiment of immersing hire self dally in tho waters with wonderful re- Â¬ mits He 60on had tho froo and pain loss uso of his limbs Subsequently when he mndo his oncapo liufour iprend tho report of the curative prop- Â¬ erties of the lake But in tho thinly set Â¬ tled wilderness of that time no one was very much interested in healing waters For three score years little was heard nf Allllilll Thlrn aa If la nnnr ftnllKll wm v mw In 1872 Andrew Lo Favre took up a quarter section of land whero the vil- Â¬ lage of Medical Lake now stands Lo Favre know nothing of the virtues of tho water until his shoep which were jcot of disgust nets In th Thr anxATn of a chronlo catsrrh pattet Is of ton so offensive that he beeomee an Aftor a time ulceration times producing inveterate bronchitis which in Its turn has boon the exciting csusoof pulmonary disease The brilliant results which have attended its use for years past properly dosignste Elys Cream Dalm as by far the best and only cure A remedy recommended by Physicians and Druggists spongy bones are attacked and frequently entirely deatroyod A constant source of discomfort is the dripping of the purulent secretions Into the tnrosi some Â¬ BAUTVePOLISHr- - saving Labor NO ODOR Oeanuness Wi EH HEATED A BKNsmvB old bachelor says that pretty girls always affect hlin just as ornamental confcotlonory does they give him the hot wtburn Once a Week Usb Baowxa Bronchial Troches for Coughs Colds and other Throat Troubles tttv llmni Pre eminently the best Ward Uctchtr ii Vile cod liver oil haa lost its vileness in Scotts Emul- Â¬ sion and gained a good deal in efficiency It is broken up into tinv i iv TnR reason why the ocean Is so often called trcaohoroun must be because it Is full of craft lioston Post A Doss in Time Snves Nine or Halos Ilnnoy of Llorohound and Tar for Couplis PikuB Toothache Drops Curo In cue minute drops which are covered with glycerine just as quinine in pills is coated with sugar or gelatine You do not get the taste at all The hypOphosphites of lime and soda add their tonic effect to that of the half-digeste- d cod liver oil -- Â¬ Let us send you a book on CAREFUL LIVING free Scorr Bourns CliemUu t ja South jth Avenus New York Your dnioglit keeps Scotts Emulsion of codllver e all druggists c ywhe 4 do fi fish and half lizard that is known as tho walking fish tho Mexican axo lotl Chicngo Intor Ocean to the surface roams a creature half Â¬ gentleman visiting a school had a book put Into his hand for tho purpose of examination a class Tho word inheritance occurring iu tho verse the querist interrogated ono of tho youngsters as follows What Is patrl Something loft by a father money What would you call It If left by a Matrimony mother A Â¬ s s Blood and Skin s Diseases s s S s S I s s s s s Â¬ SssssssssS s Swifts Specific S As a tonic for delicate Women and Children It hen no equal Delng purely vegetable la harm lets in its effects ONLY TRUE r THE TONIC LADIES safTerlnfr IRON A trentluc on niood nnd RVtn Dtf eases iu at led rucr on application Druuffits Sell It SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Drawer 3 Atlanta Qs SSSSSSSSJ 1 from complaints no It tin cullar lo tholr sox usingItAlttfn it r n UMW liunu iiuibcuutlnos All Complexion roRobloomou checks Hold evorywlicro All ponulno koihIs bear Crrooont bond us cent stamp for Will purlfjr BLOOD nvnilats KIDNEYS roinovo 11VEI5 dtsordur build strength rcnoTr apiiciuo rcsioro iioaim aim YiKorui yoiiiii Lynioinin Indigestion tliaittredfeoU Itifriwuoitnoiyoradicaicu Mind tiriKHtanoi nrsin powur luoroasod liunm nurVjQl IllUS clrs rccvlva now force iv pamphlet OR HARTER MEDICINE 00 St Louis Me Â¬ Ever rrlntod Can Yoa Find srrlptlon Department and take orders will bo paid t tho nxont of any scalo company who W will say over his own nnrao as tiKOiittbit tho Joss the Word for a Beautiful Subscription Hook Thoro Is a 3 inch display ndvortisomont WIIRflTMIERn AND ilEYOND TON WAGON SCALE mething In this papor this weolc whlcti bus no two Is not equal to nny mndo rind n standard rollablci that will Appeal to every fml words alilco except ouo word Tho sumo is pnitlotilHra ooalo truo of each now ono nnncnrlng each wcok ly AUE and Great Inducements to bothIn agent Jones For BlDtjIiamtopaddrctia only from Tho Dr llnrtorMcdlclno Co This BlDgbamton gY En of con subscribers especially VBl hoiiBO places a Crescent on everything nectlon with the popular lolhrop they umSto and publish Look for it sand Magazines Exclusive Territory A them thonntnoof tho word and thoy will If--l- H moneymaker roturn jou book beautiful lithographs or samples froo Wlle to dy tor territory and No inatlor Imw Inni timllns pit IIAUILTONfl A8T1IMA CURE llves Intniii relltt bimUuio while 0 D tOTIIROP CO nlut ilti nut nuiiuir or a liquid It etxtttf mod ant Flow no I strlfco youl said tho artificial B fa lflUW W Pos TON Mass UiiaiKiilrril tocuin vtlici pri uvcrlnKly UfOil 1rlcik or liy Youre a corker was limb to its inato iloitiitiliuuirlto CO iiiaII filiuxen S4 Ailctrril MIMKUiilN a v tho reply Washington Star nami this r Aitn itMriiH i Xlie Only Ono -so- AUK In k every town to repreient our 5ub- - 500 REWARD 5 60 nPRAAII ASTHMA CURED Confirmed Tho favorablo impression produced on tho first appearance of tho agrooublo liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs a fow years iiro has been moro than confirmed by tho pleasant experience of all who liavo used It andÂ¬ tho success of tho proprietors and manufacturers tho California Pig Syrup Com- Â¬ Â¬ pany ciovrcn sii moth CATrnrniAit and in TnrnE nro many men who aro gencroun to a fault but it is generally to their own fault Boston Transcript IUTA the latter part blsssoin to blossom of May and in the early part of June they were pairing freely An exami nation of the clover blossoms about the 25th of June showed that over one lalf of the heads examined were in fested Tho larvus are greenish white Caterpillars less than one third of an inch long which begin near the base of tie blossom and eat their way upward destroying the Jlorets as they go From the rate of growth it appear that there are at least three broods yearly Examinations of hay cut early in June showed that all the larva were killed by tho heat and pressure resulting from storing it This fact suggests that the remedy for this insect is to cut ami store the hay and all patches of cl wer at this time The larva live some time in hone bunches of cut clover This will effectually prevent the appearance of later broods and is ultio found to be protective against the depredations of clover seed midge Â¬ Â¬ f W II nVjtSVTM rTTniiMl i cA AJ Pais from indlgostlon dyspepsia and too hearty eating Is rolloved at onco by taking ono of Carters LltUo Hvor Tills lnunodl utcly after dinner Dout forgot this WisriTCTS ntl I MixniNo icriiiiini hosk Lovr Is pipe is inserted as shown by dotted arms fnlL never satlslloil until It gets both Dallas News lines in the cut Then a piece of gal vanized iron wire is wrapped around Tirr fat man who writes poetry should down loxasSiftlnga hose as shown at the right in the Invariably bo boiled the upper figure and twisted tightly so as Fond of n nap but seldom found sleepy p to sink into the rubber The wire is moth N Y Jourunl then twisted for a few inches as shown am tnnn aro not homeless lower figure again wrapped homo lesH than others Texasbut nomo uro in the Sifing8 around the hose and fastened as ihown at the left of the upper figure This onWurx mav a sjilp atIsnca bo saul not o bo water When sho ou tiro mender is not patented ami the mate making It are inexpensive and rials for Irritntit an Impudent dry A American Florist goodscotNTrn Uutfalo ICnqulrer easily obtainable clerk lluUlim Jork In Vlntor Tnr slutrgard who goes to his nnnt and Fall pigs can be fattened In winter gets nothing Is forced tbdoal with hlsunolo Pittsburgh Dispatch bv giving them summer conditions cheaply as they can about as well and Thats what you might call cutting n Double board swell said tho mirueoii as ho lanced a big be fattened In summer the pen and fill in with sawdust or boll illughaanoii ltepubllcan Lot the earth come up Hush POULTRY PICKINGS straw WicKwmn Itlt truWtlmt Mndgolms with the sills and then lay the lloorlng Joined tho church 1 Yabslov It is Ho 1iuchii wnter renewed dally is es Keep a thermometer Inside and the did ho on au election bet ludlanapolln sential to the health of chicks Koul temperature at sixty degrees Wheat Journal i wnter sick fowl mill feed vegetables cut clover aro tho ones who oan afford to DocTous brun A iMUMrnv writer avers that for nnd corn tho last few weeks will do Rinllo every thno they sco men drinking hooping up health and producing eggs the rest Fresh porc brings most in each others health Newark Advertiser nnii MiIhmxcuks usually Is sufll- nothing equals good sound grain UnwAiu of vnnlty my hoy Tho birds 1 r Is a cat habit more than hunger that eient to pay the extra care And then of gaudv plumage do not mulco tho best gets maites fowls run between meals to tho the work occurs when the farmers have lug the No Indeed Tho parrot never Ilrooklyu LI fa Boup Into leedbox or to those who feed them tho most time to spare Feed only at certain hours us much as AN exchungo speaks of a man who Is Cattle- Turnips but slmplo druggist Wo not they can eat up clean feed bad a physicianthat aa driiRKlst was n com supposed Turnips are n ot a very valuable ailing Do Nor neglect to take tho for cattle but they are easily und pound follow Ulnghamton leader fowl away from the rest of the flock cheaply produced and holp out largely Ivo brought CnABMB Yocnonooiiik even if you do not know that she has a They are good for a change nnd wc tho ring to nluht Alice Allco Lot mo contagious disease No chunce should are told by scientists that they usslst see It It looks too largo Charlie Young bo taken on letting au epidemic get tho foods Turnip noodle Ob thats whulall the girls suid in thenllgefitlon of other The Jewelers Mrculur btart In the Hock fed to milk cows in moderate quantiIt is not always the finest looking ties just after milking will not flavor LAnTtoorvant blna what tias bo Llna lle heun that lay the best You can fedcomo of your sweetheart the milk Why notl more doesnt come any wlfo or suoh a Jealous one whoso erally count on eggs from the des is Well vousnc his -IK turkeys knew us much as comb is Jargo and brigkt red and the tke they would fly very f i dlnposltloa that I gave ulm hag large and hanging down She pised geese bounce eff Is also in usi ally inclined south iu the fulL Â¬ Â¬ m Â¬ Houud UlshlotB vice ts sound Brooklyn Eaga think sotno of I5r I think ItB all Winds Has the man grown or has the flannel shrunk Usually the shirt U to blame No not that either but the way its washed Flannels ought to be washed with Pearline If youre buying new ones start right Have them washed only with Pearline m IM JLt l direction on every package and they wont shrink As for the old ones pearline cant make them any larger but begin with it at once and it will keep them from growing smaller It will keep them from the wear and tear of the washboard too Which Man or Shirt mm Mass Danger Of Roxbury DONALD KENNEDY As ono wash Is sufficient to ruin flannels great car should he exercised ns to the use of tho many imitttions which arc bcinRolicred by unscrupulous crocers or peddlers on mmbs i ymsi n y carlino is never peddled BOILINQ WATER OR MILK says Kennedys Medical Discovery LABELLED 2 LB TINS ONLY cures Horrid Old Sores Deep Seated Ulcers of 4LO years I Ull I CitmiMitinil ilntdrimt Hrstem Tomo nn iiiifliimiiiia iiutuour linn unrun 7 standing Inward Tumors and llinstierillofor IionitlulliflHes MrgHcnrh prises Ilirilciilsrsfrno Jackboh Alva UoColuiu0inO tuis rrsH- - u jr every disease of the skin exWe Want Num and A44twt ef inn Thunder Humor and cept ASTHMATIC PIUrftldHartsMO CURED T8 STAY CURED -- UHHALONV Cancer that has taken root UM HrAjU luit I k rofiTiT tr etJEiD bt nrf Price 150 Sold by every RUPTURE Is r TOW taitClncltinnttO niunsMI Hend fur rliou Druggist in the U S and 1 COCOA th 4 EPPSS QRATlPUL OOMPOnTINQ Mr Â¬ fr Canada InvtutorOuldsorrto toObUIn Intrnl SsadforDlKStof IKMUM and UUUNIY UHS Strut fur VATOIOK OTARREXL VASHIMOTOJf D I Patents Pensions CVKEB wllitn NO T4TMM -- a PJIms should u rUosOurfr A onsumptlnn It hM mur l ittBMarfs ithss notlnjur- IS Is CaniHMpllvc slid pfOfile wbdubts wealrlanasar AstB not bad to take HuiHSu tbs Hills bsi sougb sr rup Â¬ DROPSY CANCERS Address D 1 A if Ours i H Â¬ Â¬ inyeuikit iAsiurv itid rniftui Lvtfr rSIlUH erasil7arsassrltae CtMla tCOHJIlM MSB MsteMa C t W A UIX A leccltit of c or ixiisnr qd tvmoks treatfdt tw kulft Wl ithku onaint alio olu sous psckAx or Trial 4 NRU HSM- - on BSTTS BT CIKOIMNATI U ANK--I- 5 WHKM I 18 yM i3 7 mMt Sims ursaivf V B rM ir s4tlks WKITIKTr U IVKItTfKHrlIJ iM i4rltwiHi i a fy- - J rja r ip- - r - hir 4 7 TO f H it4 i W lJ A WimXJm K- a A T i JUSTICE TRIUMPHANT totito aWoInt Two ilJsHaWHHVi Ih iOKTAIIIK IUKSITUliK irnl alorAMiMHer with Couhnol forVroscoutlon id tvltncxIt true then that you ftyl you thought Counsel for Defense Otlffonlnjrl Your honor I rise to aqucstlon of law Counsel for Pros plonNO For Boils Pimples fccarbuncl il rvn rrion 2fQS33SS6 fv xrrv Fzi ieIN KKFKCT NOV 10 18l- - My brother If your honor scrofulous soros eczema and all other blood disease take It will JEWELER o fieri the inont complete line of goods fur D OLD KENTUCKY t ROUTE Aftli X AAAAnrtSflA IA 1 - Newport Niwii A MUftlMtnpl Vnlle Co K Ih 1 May K ploaso Uio court tho authorities nro agreed Counsel for Pros 1 contend your honor that Counsel for Def My distinguished Counsel for it HOtMllM tO mo lef Ayers Sarsaparilla dyspepsia nervous debility and that tired feeling relieve and curo Oar goods are tlrst clnss and our NEW YORK THK SKA SHOHE OLD POINT And all ICastcrn Cities I1ALTIM0U13 WASHINGTON lMIILAUfiMHIA Ss I u ID i IH H Counsel for Pros Why your honor It lms bcon hold time and Counsel for lof I havo but to clto your honor tho lending enso of Counsel for Pros If It please he court that cbko Is not law having Counsel for Dof As your honor U well aware a decision has boon recent ly hnnded down Counsel for Pros That was but a tlietum your honor and distinctly Counsel for Def Chancellor Kent your honor has hold over and Counsel for Pros The case of lllggs Â¬ brother Ih clearly IV PRICESLOWI No 10 K Has Cured Others MoMtelc whl mo hat Tho Direct Lino to LOUISVILLE LEXINGTON KANSAS OITY ST LOUIS CHATTANOOGA MEMPHIS TVIgitors to tho city will receive our And nil Points West and Northwest anil South and Southwest best attention Main Ht calling -- Pfwhatll 01 do will cure you opp Court Iloune KAHT HOUND Limited Aceom Past Ml Express Dally Daily Daily ox tiun Lc 7 3 am 8 Wain 8 Mam I OOpui 11 40aia 0 4opm 12 iOnm IKXIKISTOX KY G Mrs Foley hoindycr much Judge Mang It un tV rack bo Its thot ould it doan move w HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY Â¬ 1891 1802 CO rmmmi 4 u CJ LexliiKton o H CntiNiiiiiitloii Cwroil vs Itlggs 4 Harbour 121 slcarly shows Counsel fpr Def Overruled as your hinor knows In 17 Wendell Counsol for Pros Not tho point may 11 llcaso the Vourt under adjudication My learned t Counsel formisinterpreted brother - entirely Dof ha- tL it iKilnjr sustained 4 Counsel for Pros Tho distinguished g ntlomau is wholly at fault If What Is It you f Judge waking up wish to show Counsel for Pros I merely wish to show your honor that this witness did not really think what he thought Counsel for Def 1 object your honor Judge returning to comatose state The question is pertinent Icily Counsol for Def -r W-I-L- -L Ax OM physician retired from practice having hail placed in his humis by an KiiHt India missionary the formula of a simplo vcgctahle remedy for the speedy ami permanent- - cure of Consumption Dronchitis Catarrh Asthma aud all Throat ami Lung Affections also a posi Â¬ tive and radical cure for Nervous Debil- Â¬ ity and all Nervous Complaints after having tested its wonderful curative pow Â¬ ers in thousands of cimcs has felt it his duty to make it known to his suffering fellows Actuated by this motive and a dcHire to relieve human suUeriug I will send free of charge to all who desire it this recipe in iermau French or Eng Â¬ lish with full directions for preparing and using Sent by mail by addressing with stamp naming this paper W A Noykh 820 Powers lilock Rochester N Y Jyl P 05fi l li i 2B s 2 2 g l S Winchester Mt Sterllnn Ashland Cattlettshurir HuniiiiKton WKHT HOUND 7 12pm 07pm 21pm 47pm 1 OApiti V2 12 10pm 10 28pm 10 11 Ar lJ oUpin DAILY 8 40m 8 6nm D 10miu Normal and Preparatory School DAILY uiiT- - 2S S a iS 0 Huntington Cattlettshurtf Asliland Mt SlerlhiK Le 0 00 nm 1 1 jBBSS vJ s o3 CZ2 1 llmn 0 t7nm 2 35pm Mpm 0ppm 4 rip m 0 7 4fpm 14piu 20pm Mpm 7 27pm c Jasu 3 o 2 Winchester Lexington IiMiTKD In Ar 10 27 am 11 15 am 12 OApm r 08pm r 0 20pm Kxtiuu 1 1 245pm BHJPSbV t c s c o s frt a 5 P o as O 2 OO BeBBBSPP - J5ij29SjBBflB 53 Eats 2 S to l Q t O 5 o w s Vkstiiiulkd Tkainh run ilatlv eouueetiou with Chesapeake A Ohio K F V to Now York Past Mail Thainn run daily mid make local stops between Lexington and Hunt IhLton lions run daily LKXINTON fc 2JS u x 2 J ftiaBBBBeas ton in Life -j- eo7 k mo an Miller Vin- Â¬ A Vnrjr Hows Tills Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars reward for any case of catarrh that cannot be cured by taking Halls Catarrh Jure F J CHENEY CO We tho undersigned have known E J Chcnoy for tlie last IT years and lo Hove him perfectly honorable in all busi ness transactions and financially abe to carry out any obligations made by tlicir firm Tmuax Wholesale Druggists Wkut Toledo O Walmno KinmanA Mauvin Whole Â¬ sale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Curo U taken inter- Â¬ nally acting directly upon the bloody and Testi mucous surfaces of tho system monials sent free lrico 76c per bottle Bold by all druggistH Â¬ Props Toledo 0 Henry Ward Hcecher used often to quote u remark which ho once over eJSr heard iu tho White mountains at a a TJrLittrf hotel where he was staying with his family On tho piazza one day a girl HKCONH TKM MKUAN inir to him said to her companion a dimsel nl hermvn ivy MONDAY NOVEMBER 10 1891 t wn Oil Mmt nne I do thinr X t too lovely of iur i TKACHKUH tOlMtSK eiahrarcn all the up hrinolicn inquired in the Common Softool wwiiml it t io apropriutu t Oaily Theory and Practice u Hptcialty hurrl Â¬ lovrljr Irn PesaHns nSHlSBWE bJ jiWEBjKR2 r H van SBflHf RSffnM jIhk 0 5 few HtNTINOTON it MOUKIIKAD ftocommodn MOUKIIKAD AND LlXINn v ton FA 52 J w 5 5 2 ljSBSHtlcBsmMWMCf r ziz s v a rt M i u 5 it - Cm m a U Mt StCkIINO aecoiumodationa run dally except Kunduy Tilltotdl Slkkimno Caiis to nnd from Washington and New York wltliout change O W 11AUNEY CHAS L nitOWN tien Agent Gen Puss Agent I LKXINOTON KY W II llAiiniHO ien Agent Aiddand Ky - WPH c 5 II o u KENTUCKY CENTRAL RAILWAY lllUK 1KASS ItOUTK rjZrXaZ3S3l yAjb azjjZiZssiyi TO ALL COINT8 mill a ilrilln foiTfiieliiTM The other Mtillcd clf approvinly MHINKS COUUSK emltraeen the Ten Yvvs1 Alio mid smoothing down the Uook KeejiiiiK lluNiiifHM CourKc cIutn 1 do folds of the frock In question KorniM and TruiiHactloim and Oouuaurvlal think this gown sets off the mountains Iaxvth KNdllHII COUUSK prepares for Ken better than uny other l ever had on N Y Mercury lillli liLlllllllllllllHlHlHlHlH u iitul ml Jl If wlJom 7t SHOUTEoT AND QUIUKI5ST KOUTE EUOM CENTRAL KENTUCKY tuekv Univi ritiiy and CollcueNof hut clntv MODKIIN LANOUAUKS ASCIKNT Our rates are Iohh than any school In Katcrn Kunttiuky Kateti of Tiddon per Month Â¬ AVv VVv V wfc KNGLISH AS HIIK IH WHIT i v AS proprietor of this paper has to frequent colds for Homo werosureto lay him un if at once He finds tliat Chamberlains Cough Remedy is reliable It opens tho secretions relieves the lungs and restores tho system to a healthy con- Â¬ dition If frtoly used as soon as the cold has been contracted and before it has become settled in tho system it greatly lessens tho attack and often cures in a single day what would otherwise have been a severe cold Northwestern Hotel Reporter Des Moines Iowa GO Swango cent bottloH for sale by Rose Tho senior been subject years which not doctored Knally Â¬ irlouilv 100 PnVThere 150 and 200 DOAUDINO trPayalile ono hnlf on vnteriiiKiJuhool tho othurat middle of term lll he no more trouhle ahout too ldh hoard he coh of hoard and lodK Iiik will In only 2M lKli WKltK kviky We ran accommodate TlMNd KtKNlHIIKI Nixty horderH in our new huildinx new furiiituro ami uood fare The teaeherx live in tho Academy Home and have the immediate ehare of the hoarders I 1 Combs in the caterer no hotter can he found lUKK HOIIOIAltHllirs Any heholars takli g tirst and Necnud hon ors on tliecomiilctlou of their eourses in the Aendeiuv Hindi ho entitled to a free scholar ship each iu Kentucky University A free scholarship in the Academy will ho awarded to ono pupil from eacli of tho following mountain counties vix Breathitt Clay Kl liott Kiovd Harlan Johnson Knott Lee Leslie Letcher liwrence Martin MnKotlin Meuutee Morgan Owsley Perry Pike Pow ell nnd Howsu provided suuh airaiiLe nieutn have hceu mad for the competitive examination hi tlie eominou school author ities or with their consent as shall euahle each student of common school grades to compete for the scholarship and tho appli cant therefor shall hear a certificate from tho examiner hut he has ohlalned the high est mark nttninetl upon the examination in Â¬ oLfe JTyrstrW hv ViiUi tjlall HIIIIIIIIH3 ataVMam - 1 t uV hr rril lltlr Ibou XII llullCIt lii lli If own iirtltif II lit r NORTH EAST WEST AND SOUTHWEST lllk 14 ktlrSr llcli Mf fill EAST LINE HETWEEN LEXING Â¬ iilflilffnl titAn if lllif nil J l end TON AND CINCINNATI h r lot nlia rtllir flr IiiIiuciIok BtSjrSciiKDUiK in Epkict Nov ir 1801 tlll nuik tutlui tlirulluii mltlflun Mffsl I In tlT pranili you tnf lnllllfnl I nil tcil pcriotitl uii 14 No 3 rr III I lb j r un iv whllt Mil I In alti rumlta liulluit or Illlll luul tl Ihrjr I South Hound UiieiiiinUl CoviiiKtou No Kx 1 n - anil Itilniounl tlita iiulliliiff umtt ii 11 fnl qii n it rh at mammJL 111 siSMimssaa riuli iruninth iiui imi 1 Kniiiiiitf uiniiuii Ik I til f Dial tiv au Paris Lexington Paris Winchester JUchinond press s H am 8 18am Ar 11 18am Lv 12 lOiin 1oniii Aecom Dally Fs Le KxHun ft 00 pill i opin 102 pin 08 on 10 23 pin 0 10 pin 7 OOpiu 11 00 pin No 5 0 IMtll 7 05 7 5A 1 Xe Ar 11 12 1 irpm put pin ArnniKtl Dashaway to hostess after tho even I want to nsk you if I may ing party havo tho privilege of escorting the two Curtis sisters homo They are by fur tho prettiest girls In tUe room my dear Mr Certainly Iashaway I was just about to ask you would you be so kind for there In such a scarcity of gentlemen Hut arohly It in rather awkward for you that there are two of them Dashaway Oh thats all right a mo- Â¬ ment later to tho elder Miss Curtis Tho rain came down In buckotfuls My dear Miss Curtis I am going to escort Harpers Young People your sister homo L will Imi liack for Bwango dcsiie to inform the you lu half an hour N Y Sun Rose public that they are agents for tho most successful preparation that has vet been Mr Win T Price a justice of tho produced tor coughs colds ana croup peace at Richland Ncbrarika waa con It will loosen and reliove a severe cold in fined to IiIh bed lant winter with a severe less timo than any other treatment The attack of lumbago hut a thorough aparticle referred tois Chamberlains Cough plication of Chamberlains Tain Halm Itemody It is a medicine that has won enabled him to wt up and o to work fame and popularity on its merits and Mr Prlco says Tlie remedy can not bo ono that can always bo depended upon recommended too highly Ict any ono It is tho only known remedy that will troubled willt rlunimatism neuralgia or prevent croup It must bo tried to Iw lame back give it a trial and they will appreciated It is put up In 00 coot and bo of tho Mime oninion oO cent IwttlcH 1 boltics tor sale by Roo HwangQ lull frllriiln AOi ju hiiw ll If tnurluil to fn no ftittbr why no liami ltilua AilJit A 11 KN MK l40Aiivult4 Mulft ur fio IMItrii Vr trh tuunljr I hal laJr laufhl mi wllhin IiIutiiimI Urt auinbr b iu iiruit fluM dialiltl r ptJ U All I aw u tripni or m LiviiiKtnu Corhiu t T0 nin MiddlcshorotiKh 7 u pin Cumherland iitp 7 m pin Le 160 pin Corhln Willlamshurg o iApm Jcllico Ar C 20 pin Lc Kichmoiid 60 pill 1 lOun 1 U -- If w Â¬ J Sharp Ilruee Trlmhle T O Denton Stanford NoiiTit Imeaster I Ar r2pm No 2 Daily Kx tr latlll lIon-Uis-- s SHARP TRIMBLE MT STKKLINO DENTON KY Pound Le If tMt No 4 N67fl Daily Kx Sun press Dally 7 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MMMHM ii i When Sam Jones was preaching in a Western town some time ago ho was annoyed by a young man who waa whispering to his girl Finally tho preacher could stand tho Interruption no longer ho he looked straight at the young man and said I will pause until tha young man In tha back of the room gets The silence was In through talking tenso and every oye was on tho young man who waa still whispering to his girl Ho had been bo busy that ho had not caught tho preachers censure Mr Jones repeated his remarks and this time the youag man heard him Not an instant did he hesitate but ho immediately tried to square himself While every ono was watching him ho looked So squarely at tho preacher and sakl right ahead Mr Jones you are not Toledo 1114 bothering me Â¬ nidht Mother IIuu Â¬ A Muke WHicM At Vichy our friend Uontrau Rot into jonversatlon with a pater famlllas who laid among other things W nrl H intlNClPAL May 8 1HJU I havo a couple of marriageable Janghtora I am giving the oldent ftODOO francs for her dowry and the second ONE DOLLAR WEEKLY ono 100000 francs Huys a good told Watch hy our Cluh Sys Sim la your pot child I suppose Icni Our 14 krnt goldtllleu eases are war muted tnr20yrars Fine Klln or Waltham No shu hqulnth--L- o Patrloto CO ROBINSON movement Stem wind nnd set Ladys or Kyr nnd Hktn Olntrawat Gents Ue Kqual lo nny o0 wnlch To ChniHborlnlun secure iiKeuts where we have none we sell A GKRTAJN ouro for CMironio Soro Eyes one of the limiting Case Wiitehes for the Totter Salt Rheum Scald Head Old Cluh price 28 nnd send O O D hy express Chronic Sores Fovcr Sores Eczema Itch with privilege of examination helore pavluij DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS Prairio Scratches Wore Nipples and Piles lor same AkciiI at Durham N C writes It is cooling and soothing Hundreds of OurOur Jewelers lisve eoufesseil they dont Nos 017 030 and 04 havo been cum by it after all other cases how you can furnish such work for treatment had failed It is put up In 21 know West Main Street the money and 50 cent Iwxca For sslo by ltso ot Our Agent at Heath Springs H C write ootOyl Your- untelies tuko tit siulit The ueii- IOriHVILLE KY Swango tlemnii who koI the last watch suld that he We would ndvlse nil to enter at the he ginniiif of a term hut you can enter at uny time and classes will he nrrniiKcd You cannot And n hotter school in tho mountains of Kentucky Our rales are low our methods of tesehliiK Normal wo keep abreast with the tide of education Our pu pils nro our best advertisement We refer you to them lliuel Irecn is the prettiest town In Knst em Kentucky free from many of ills ol railway towns and those of more popula tion no saloons or hurhors of temptation The people welcome utruuKers nnd liittii euccs for Rood nro thrown around them All hoarders will he under the supervision of the teachers Bend for catalogues etc his county Huvo now a complete line of Clothing lints Boots Shoes and Gents Furnishing Goods We solicit an inspection of our goods and guarantee prices satisfactory and articles as recommended Â¬ Staulord Lancaster Ulchmond 00 urn Ar Ar Corhin Le lellico illlamshiiri a E 7 60 am 10 15nm 8 06 am 8 15 Ctimhd liHpLe Hcrj 9 36 am 1 sin MIddleshHrough Corliln Livinirstou Ar LIviiiunTon So JS it H H V 13 am Hlchmoud Paris Lexinutnu Paris Covington 7a 68 am 0 25 am U Warn 1 w tts pm pm pm Winchester Le it Oiiuiu 12 41 pin Ar 0 Clnm 1 upm 7 llloam R S STRADER Successors to 71 K SON Co KY Le 7 iVtiiin 111 7Viim lrmin J A IAIl Cincinnati S U Ar 10f4nm 5 Ar 11 IX a C 2 27 pin 2 00 pin 17 pm 6 15 pm j 4A 8 46 4 25 0 t7 pm 0 45 psi Â¬ LKXINOTON Main Htmkt Wholesale Dealers in Â¬ Straight Kentucky Brandlis Whiskies c P Atmohk Pass Agt Oeueral Ofllees Louisville Ky S V H Mohsk Ass lien Pass Agt Ofllcc Cliumber of Commerce Ituildlug Trafllc Mutineer Jen Knott No 1 Dailv to nil points except Itowlsnd Division which Is dally except Sunday A SPECIALTY FINE OLD WHISKY No 2 Huns dally except Sunday from CIO AltS AND TOHACCO Lexington to Cincinnati No 1 Runs dally Agents for Old Pugh Old Pepper Old No 4 Huns dsllv from all stations ex Tarr and Old Taylor cept he Rowland Division which ii dally except Suuilnv DINOFELDEK No tl Dailv except Sunday WITH No 4 Dally between Cincinnati nnd Lex Iiivtou Nos 1 and 1 make connections nt Win 1 M chester for points on the N NA M V K D No Carries through ears from Cincinnati tit Middleshorough and Cumherland Importers and Jobbers of up and nil intermediate stations nnd runs Wlnis Ciucliiunti Ohio I Â¬ 1 Â¬ dailv b 1- - J AY HOUSE - on thoroughpln wind inifl splints It has never failed bo uhI Quinns Ointment JeM llAHvllla Verdict Dunn writes as follow A for the 12 months curbs ml Horsemen I haw without it It would seem should not m If QuIhus Ointment whs an iuvest Swaugo mmU Sold by Itose TEACHERS INSTITUTE PROCEEDINGS With a new trimming machine H modern stapler fast Job press an abuudaHCH of typo and superior workmen wo are belter pre Â¬ pared to print Institute Proceedings than siiyoHleefn Kustern Kentucky Please tlvo 8PKNTKU COOPKH us your orders Kditor Herald llnsel irecn Ky examined and priced a Jewelers wnlchcs in Iaucascr that wn no heller than yours hut tho price was 4 Our Agent at Iennlnutnu Tex writes Am lu receipt of the watch and nm pleased without measure All who have seen It say It would he cheap si 10 jftCrOne good rcllahle AKt wanled for eiich place Write for particulars EmiIrk Watch Co Now York V On Lacy Creek Cor Limestone and Sliort sti lieeii coutatuliig Sixty Aorss of Uich X CORN LAND ahout 20 acres suitable Lkkinotov Ky for Oats with meadow nnd pasture lands W H IIOSWELL lKOPHirrroK Two comfortable dwelling houses sud nut There has been added in Annex wllh 20 hiittdlugk good well never failing springs Isrge well ventilated rooms Street Cars puss the door every ave minute Located and good ore nam ran on or address A POUTKIl LACY llsxcl Orecu Ky within two Mjusres of depot FARM FOR RENT miles south of Hnxel luo ilHhednud the tabids stall times sup- piled wllh the best In thr market IUtes reasonable sample room nttaehed suit spe- clttl rates to coiumerclal men Pstronnge is respectfully solicited silly Mkh LOU DAY Proprietress This house bin been reeentlv refitted Slid Hakii Ohkkk Ky i milE CLAUENDON