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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i to do aomothlntr were not to noil yourcouncloncolf you his employer cant wash tho wafoa QOItM H0TM for them wo were IT will light and wo now declare over wore taught that gains gotton by nln on Sunday morning I am willing to combustible and at tho momont of wash it on Saturday afternoon but Satan Dooont Want iho Gold Hard astlng war against all tho litlluoncon OAMPTOW MX Ignltlonwouldboblownonby tho breath sir you will ploaso oxcuso mo I ennt Stingy Man that assault them nnd wo anlt all good of lod until all tho splendid 8 S COMM FaorBKT4i estate wash tho wagon on Sunday morning men and philanthropists to wheel into would vanish Into whltoashos soattored ills employer said You The jutronnte f trattltag aNe If wash Wli Wimlil TrjM to CliPiit lllm Out of Hell nue - ami all the arm on of ti In tho whirl vviml thoii Umtliutrucllou it my carrlago comes must ovory mpsotfttlly iellelttathe Table fee -- Mte4 J in bomi It it t ItiMitlirSVor HinNorinl Wnrin IMl V0 l ruy lmn boon toy moiiHtlon ami a help Saturday night and you havo got to tTwy attention fer the eeaiferl ef gaeete ff n Ah la llinrtntl Yiutli Ir Tnl- n ryii There aro hundreds of com- - wash It on Sunday morning 1 cant wll1lhuthukr- mnRDn Snrninn boltn wrath ho vllatrllce down merelnl tabllshmcnU In our irront do it tho man said They parted FRED KELLAM WITH Dr Tnlnmjjo delivered Ids normou li ami consume all these Influences that eltlos which aro educating a clnss of Tho Lord looked after him grandly Ann Arbor1 Mich lntd Sunday IIIh aro attempting to destroy tho young young men who will bo tho honor of looked aftor hlii Ho Is worth to day a tho land and S text was Proverbs I 17 Surely in vain men for whom Christ died The llrst class of temptations that as monU which thoro aro other establish hundred fold more than his employer the net Ih ttprund in the sltfht of any aro educating young men over was or over will bo and ho has saults a young man is led on by the to bo nothing but sharpers bird What saved his soul Young men It is safe Ho will not mliulL that he h chanco is thoro In tlie morning I went out with Nhoptie Early for a young man who to do right Thoro are young men In PORTJMOUTJlT api8ljr n fowler to catch wild pigeons We an iulidfl or atheist Oh no he is a was taught In an establishment that It this houso to day who under this storm free Hunker ho Is one of your 111 Is right to llo If It Is smart and hastened through the mountain gorge that a of temptation tiro strklng deeper their PER WEEK HTSA LAKY and Into the forest We spread out the eral men he Is free and easy In re- Â¬ French label in all that Is necessary to roots aud spreading out broader their Wanted Good Aokmts to bkll owm net and covered up tho edges of It as ligion Oh how liberal ho Is ho Is so inako a thing French and that you branches They aro Daniels In Haby QKNERAL LINK OV MKKOHAND1B1C N well as wo could We arranged tho liberal that ho will irivo awav tho ought always to bo honest when It pays Ion they aro Josephs In tho Egyptian PKDDMKO AllOVK 0ALAKV WILL Bl klun of FOX FUB call bird Its feet fast and Its wings llu IImhII justice ho Is so liberal that and that It Is wrong to steal unless von court they aro Paula amid tho wild PAID TO MVB lAOHNTt in mm wuung 10 give nod out of no u wouv Mipposo now a young boasts of Kphesus I proach to encour Â¬ TUKn INFORMATION ADDXBM llanping in invitation to all fowls of vJiS ho is so liberal that ho man just starting in life enters a age them Lay hold of God and bo CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO heaven to settle down there We re- - l wouiu give up his own soul and tho souls place of that kind whoro there aro faithful 178 W Van Buroa St Orwaoo III tired into u booth of branches and of all his friends Now what mora ton young men all drilled in tho leaves and waited After a while look There Is a mistake about young men ing out of the door of tho booth wo could you ask to tho way of liberality Infamous practices of tho establish Wo put them in two classes tho ono HENRY MATLOCK Tho WITH haw a Hock of birds in the sky They just victim of this skeptic has probably mont He Is ready to bo taught Tho class In moral the other is dissolute come from tho country Through young man has no theory of commer- The moral aro safe tho dissolute can came nearer and nearer and after a tho Intervention of frlendshe has been cial ethics Where Is ho to got his not bo reclaimed 1 deny both proposi- Â¬ while were about to swoop Into tho placed In CO MCMILLAN HAZEH a shop On Saturday tho theory Ho will get tho theory from tions net when suddenly they darted away The moral are not safe unless skoptle says to him Well what aro his employers One day ho pushes his wit they have laid hold of God and tho dis Again we waited After a while wo WHOLESALE Ho a little beyond what tho establishment solute may bo reclaimed I suppose saw another dock of birds They came you going to do to morrow 4 I r rrilm Hills lint demands of him aud ho fleeces a cus- Â¬ there aro self righteous men In this nearer until just at tho moment when Is It possible says tho skeptic tomer until tho olorlc Is on tho verge of houso who feel no need of God ami will they were about to swoop tlny darted Well 1 used to do those things 1 was bolng seized by tho law What Is done not seek after Him and they will go away Tho fowler was very much dis brought up I Hiippose as you were In in tho establishment He is not ar-Â¬ out in tho world and they will bo appointed as well as myself Wo said a KNOXVILLE TENN religious family and I believed all raigned Tho head of tho establish- tempted and they will bo Hung down What Is tho matter to each other Why were not thosn birds those things but I got over It Tho ment says to him Now bo careful be by misfortune aud thev will go down and fact Is since I camo to town I have careful young man You might bo down night some down until cnuglit read a groat deal aud I have found that caught but really that was splendidly you JWrTio nbovo goodi are handled by J going will see We went out and examined tho net them CO Hiuel Green Ky DAY there aro a great many things in tho done you will got along In tho world homo hooting shouting raving nnd by the Hotter of a branch of a tree HI bio that aro ridiculous Now for in I warrant you Thon thatyoung man blasphemy going homo to their part of tho not had been so conspicu ously exposed and tho birds coming stance all that about tho serpent being goes up until ho becomes head clerk mother going homo to their ulster go soon their peril cursed to crawl in the gnrdeu of Kden He has found there is a premium on Ini- ing home to the young companion to very near had quity whom but a little while ago in tho nnd darted away When I saw that I because it had tempted our first parOno morning tho employer comes to presence of a ents Why you sco how absurd it is brilliant assemblage aid to tho old fowlor That reminds You tho establishment lie goes into his me of a passage of Scripture Surely In tion can toll from tho very organiza counting room aud thrown up bin bands llashipg lights ami orange blossoms of the serpent that It had to crawl and censers swinging in tho air they vain is the net spread in the sight of Why tho rmfo has boon promised fidelity and purity aud kind It crawled before it was cursed and shouts Now tho not in my text any bird Noth- ness perpetual What Is tho matter just as well as It crawled after- robbed An that man reaches Gtauds for temptation You can tell from Us or- Â¬ ing nothing only tho olorlc wdio has tho door she will open it not with an wards The call bird of sin tempts men on ganization AND Then been practicing a good while on cus- Â¬ outcry but sho will stagger back from that It crawled from branch to branch until they are all tomer Is practicing a llttlo on the om the door as he comes In aud In her look story about the whale swallowabout to drop Into tho net If a man ing that donah or Jonah swallowing tho ployor No new principle Introduced there will bo tho prophecy of woes that lffiTis out in time tout it Is tho tempta lute that establishment It is a poor whale which was it tion of tho devil or that evil men aro any difference the thing It dont make tide that docs not work both ways You are coming want that will shiver In NQ8 RACE STREET Is absurd It attempting to capture his soul for time is ridiculous to suppose that a man must never steal unless you can do It need of fire hunger that will cry in vain CINCINNATI 0 and for eternity tho man steps back could have gone down through tho well He did It well 1 am not talking for bread cruelties that will not leave lie says I am not to bo caught In that jaws of a sea monster and yet kept his an abstraction T am talking u terrible the heart when they have crushed It but pinch it again aud stab it again Until way I see what you are about surely life Why his respiration would have and a crushing fact THE KRUSE 5 BAHLHAN some night sho will open the door of in the sight of in vain is the net spread Now hero is a young man Look at been hindered Ho would have been place where her companion was ru- Â¬ any bird Look at him five years the digested Tho gastric juice would have him to day will are two classes of temptations dissolved tho fabrluo and coagulated from now after ho has been on trial in ined and she raggedfilng out her arm There from under Iter shawl and say - the vjperfieial and the subterraneous albumen and Jonah would have been such an establishment Here ho stands with almost omnipotent eloquence - those above ground those under changed from prophet Into chyle Then In the shop to day his cheeks ruddy mo Give mo back my ground If a man could see sin as it is all that story about tho miraculous with the breath of the hills He unrolls back my protector husbandbo Give my --MOMPANY4 Give back be would no sooner embrace it than he conception why it is perfectly dis- tho goods on tho counter In gentlemanly all Him of the kind heart and gentle Ho commends them to the purSin Is a daughter of graceful O sir I believe in the light style would a leper give him back manly words 11 15 and 17 West Pearl Streel lie points out all the good to mo andAnd then browwretches obese hell yet sho is garlanded and robed of nature Tlds is tho nineteenth cen- chaser the He effects the Ilor voice is a warble tury Progress sir progress I dont points in tho fabric and trinkoted will push back their mattod CINCINNATI O The goods are wrapped up and and filthy they will say Her cheek is the setting sun Ilor fore blame yon but after you have been in sale locks and Put her out She says to men town as long as I have you will think he dismisses tho customer with a cheerhead Is an aurora Oh self righteous man ful good morning and the country Put her out Come walk this ptli with me it is just as I do without God you aro in peril Seek feuThe wholmrde trade of Fmtera K thymod and primrosed and tho air is Thousands of young men aro going merchant departs so impressed with tho Â¬ bang down under that process day by day straightforwardness of that young man after him to day Amid the ten thou tucky It roipeotfullr aolialtcil bewitched with tho odors of tho again and sand temptations of life there Is no ing gardens of lleavon tho rivers are and there Is only hero and there a that ho will come safety for a man without God rivers of wine and all you have to do young man who can endure this artil- again every spring aud every autumn is to drink them up in chalices that lery of scorn They aro giving up tliolr unless Interfered with Tho young man A Itoiniiiitlo lilt of rinnry sparkle with diamond and amethyst Hides They has been now in that establishment llvo Fow women know that tho careless Tho light of nature llo unrolls the goods on tho little jabot of lace which flutters and and chrysoprasus See It is all bloom have tho light of uaturo in China they years He says to tho customer curls its way down tho front of their Oh my have it in lliudostau tlicy have it in countur ud roato cloud and Heaven Now those are tho host goods wo have smart Louis Qulnzo coats has a curious friends If for one moment the choiring Ceylon Flowers there waters thoro -In our establishment they have better history and a romantic origin of all these concerted voices of sin winds civilizano Its but there Wo aro polling technical name is Stoinkorque and Its on the next shelf we should sco tho or tion could lie hushed no happiness no homes i chestra of the pit with hot breath blow Lancets to cut and juggernauts to fall these goods less than cost they aro prototype was named after tho famous ing through liery Unto and tho skele- under and hooks to swing on but no making CO per cent Ho says Thoro battle of Stelnkerque fought by tho Wholesale Dry Goods Notions nothing like them in all tho city ton arms on drums of thunder and dark l lappluess I tell my voting brother wo French against William of Orango I Tho end xt Core are fifty shops that want to sell long years ago When tho French ness beating tho chorus IIIIW n llllll tir II religl Wl IIWIMU IIIIIIH Now that princes heard tho bugle summon Â¬ the sauio thing He says 101 101 anil 105 W Fourth Street thereof is death Wo have to choose between four or I want to point out the insidious five Shall It bu the Koran of tho Mo Â¬ is a durable article it will wash yes ing them to tho field srt the story temptations that are assailing more hammedan or tho Sinister of tho Hin- Â¬ it will wash out Tho sale is made tho goes they dressed hurriedly thrusting CINCINNATI O South Side jspeelally our young men The only doo or tho Zeudavesta of the Persian goods aro wrapped up tho country their neckerchiefs Into tliolr coats In ind of nature comparatively free from or the Confucius writings of the Chi- merchant goes off feeling that ho has stead of tying them which was usually emptatlon so far as can judge is the nese or the Holy Scriptures Take an equivalent for his money and tho an elaborate proceeding rushed to tho into tho pri- charge and so gained the day In honor cold hard stingy mean temperament what you will lod helping me I will sharp clerk goes room of the counting house and of this event ladles also wore necker What would Satan do with such a man talco tho Hible Light for all darkness vate Well I got rid of thoso goods chiefs twisted in tills careless fashion If he got him Satan is not anxious to rock for all foundation balm for all he says awhile may dis wounds A glory that lifts Its pillars at last I really thought wo would Stolnkorquos became tho rage audwcro get a man who after pute wth him the realm of everlasting of fire over tho wilderness march Po never sell them I told him wo were worn In Kugland and France by men meanness It Is the generous young not give up your Hible If those peo selling thorn less than cost aud he and women for many years afterwards man the ardent young man the warm ple scoff at you as though religion and thought ho was gqttlnga good bargain Chicago Tribune Aud tho head got rid of them l last hearted young man tho social young tho Hible were fit only for A plrato Thats well done llitln KiikIUIi Hot man that is in especial peril people you just tell them you aro of tho firm says Meanwhile lodhad I have said something of tho slovenly goes out on tho sea and one bright not ashamed to ho in tho company of splendidly done morning be puts the glass to his eye llu rice tho statesman and ltaphacl tho recorded eight lies- - four lies against use of Kngllsh by persons who should and looks off anil sees an empty vessel painter and Thorwaldsen the sculptor the young man four lies against his know bettor but there Is more to say Not 74 and 78 Main Street limiting from port to port llo says and Mozart the musician and Hlaek employer for I undertake to say that as to the usa of pretentious Kngllsh by is responsible for all tho those who have no command of a voNever mind thats no prio for us CINCINNATI O stone din lawyer and Hacon tho phil- Â¬ the employer ii ii It Is only a few woolen since Hut the same morning ho puts the glass osopher and Harvey tho physician Iniquities of his clerks nnd all the cabulary iiiim i clerks down to the tenth generation if I heard a well dressed man wearing a to his eye and ho sees a vessel coming and John Milton the poet MEYER from Australia laden with gold or a Ask them what Infidelity has over those employers Inculcated Iniquitous largo diamond In his shirt bosom assort WITH Hid repeatedly assert that some on vessel from tho Indies with spices He done to lift tho 140000000 of tho race and damning principles I stand before young men this morn Â¬ whose public autshad offended his judgsays Thats our prize bear down on out of barbarism Ask them when In- ing who am under this pressure 1 say ment should bo hanged In refugee it fidelity ever instituted a sanitary com ship the mission and boforo you leave their so come out of It Oh you say l cant Another man equally well dressed and Across that unfortunate I have my whhnved mother to support having all tho appearanco of average ojoiniRiia ino grappling hooks aro thrown Tho crew ciety once and forever tell them that aud If a man loses a situation now ho intelligence assorted that in a given is blindfolded and is compelled to walk they have Insulted tho memory of your I say como another one Agricultural Implements case an action for definition of char- Â¬ Hardware the plank It Is not tho empty vessel Christian father and spit upon tho cant get Oo homo to your mother and acter would He Still a third asked Is death bcd of your mother and with out of It but the laden merchantmen that Mother I cant stay In mo to decide a dispute asserting that I OLIVKR CHILLED PLOWfl 8TOVR CO temptation to tho pirate And a young swines snout rooted up the grave of say to her MALTA PLOWS POSTER I am a criterion It taken a deal of COOKS MILLS KVAPOUATORi man empty of head empty of heart your sister who died believing in the that shop aud bo upright what shall and If sho Is worthy of you she education to teach pcoplo that tho sim- Â¬ CHAMPION UBAPER8 A MOWERS do empty of life you want no young Lord Jesus Como out of It my son wo plest Kngllsh is tho best aud that the STODDARD AND AOME HARROWS Young man hold on to your bible U will say mens hristlnn association to keep him It will Just throw ourselves on Him who most ridiculous thing ono cau do is to Not DOORS AND HA8II A SPECIALTY book you ever owned wifo he is safe Ho will not gamble is tho best 110 A 113 Second Street to bo the God of the Hides IRONTON OniO It Is with Homebody elses wll tell you how to dress how to bar hath promised fatherless Ho will take deal with matter which ho docs uo 9- 1widow Detroit Free Prosit stakes Ho will not break the Sabbath gain how to act how to live how to caro ofand tho And I will toll you no understand us unless somebody else pays tho horse die Morions bible whether on parch young man over permanently suffered Thing Not to tin hurry Cor In octavo or duodecimo DO YOU WANT TO SAVH ldre Ho will not drink unless some ment or paper You will not bo sorry for hoarlnjf be Â¬ by such a conrso of conduct In Phila FROM 25 to 60 0ENT8 ON EVERY body else treats him Ho will hang on the center table of tho drawing delphia In a drug shop a young man fore Judging DOLLAR YOU SPEND Ir o WRIT around tho bar hour after hour unless room or in tho counting room of tho For thinking boforo speaking Light to our said to his employer I want to please IlLU TKATKD OATALO0UM VOR OUR Jlorlous btblol will hang banker Komoone eho treats him Ila For holding an angry tongue and I am willing to sell mediCONTA1NINO ILLUiTRATIONH ANB PXIOM around the bar hour after hour watt- Â¬ feet and lamp to our path Hold on to It you really Sunday but I cant sell this For stopping tho oar of a tale bearer 07 KVKKYT1IINO MANUVAOTUXI cines on Ut ing for some gonerous young man to The second class of Insidious tempta- patent shoo blacking on Sunday For disbelieving most of tho 111 re TUB UKITKD SrAT0 AT MANUFAOTUX comes upon our young men In Tho generous young man tions that you will pDrts Well said tho head man 10000 ILLUSTRATION VR8 PMIOKA comes m and accosts htm and says Is led on by tho dishonest employer For bolng kind to tho distressed OtTALOaUS ALL LINK- - RWRtWKNTKD Is a havo to o It or elso you will have to go Well will you have a drink with mo Every commercial establishment I cant For bolng putlent to everybody Tho young man said mailed frkk ok application canes out of ten tho away to day Tho man as though It were a school In nlno For doing good to all men It I am willing to sell medicines Address wulilon CWng for him says Well well principles of tho employer becomo the do For ihklug pardon for all wrong Well then go CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO ask tho not shoo blacklng principles of tho employe jroujnhlat on It I will I will For speaking evil of no one Go now No 17a Wrarr Vam Bure Br f Toomean to go to perdition unless older merchants to bear mo out In these For being courteous to all Dixie jray Tho CUIOAGO ILL young man won Tho aoineGody else pays his oxponncs For statements If when you wore Just Lord looked after him Tho InthdreiU la r m o r t such young men wo will not light Wo starting in life In commercial life you thousands of dollar lnwon K No man can take from another a wmdd no more contend for them than were told that honesty was not mar of world ware lhomallestprt of his for- lartary and Ethiopia would fight as to kotable that though you might sell all tuna God honored him Jly the course God glvon right and enjoy It himself n n yho should have tho groat Sahara reaiAe fer eel e at hie eftee La4ier Karths pictures are eouyoted Wete Paper enly lie a eake Call tf Ascrli but for thosi young men who aid o light v4 shadow - jee at 99 iMiieeecj n buoj uit aud cnthuainale those tooxercUo all industry ami tactjou fortunes is thufutura A ma a TEMPTATION who aro dolormlned ewrnuy 2 Tl lnv M TIMKONDS Wholesale Grocers t0 I i I I I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1I BOOTS AND SHOES Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MARKS BROS MARKS HOHJSS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 0iiO HARDWARE -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ r-T- UE- 1 GEO W MAIPIN Â¬ Â¬ SG0MPANY9 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ iii Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ GROSSMAN CO Â¬ Â¬ SOHIiEUTKER Â¬ Â¬ weak-minde- d Saddlery and Harness -- Â¬ hi m -- GU8 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WMKERRG0 C Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ r 1 jjrvvi Wr mmMmtiimi i t ir mm i npi Kt told him that ho could offer him no encouragement that while tho place had A H STAMPER been promised to no one he had practi- Â¬ AT cally reached an understanding about The undersigned takes pleasure in announcing that they have jtil completed arCAMITON KY tho appointment It is understood that rangement with the American Hook Company that will enable him to sell the school- Mr Wilson the present Commissioner Offers his professional services to the citi books adopted tv the state Hoard or huuention at the following reduced rates 15 Rays Nhw First Arithmetic zens of Wolfe and adjoining counties Will McGuffeya Smnfl Primer will soon and make collection nnd remittances promptly step down and out Revised Primer herond Arithmetic 17 50 Eclectic Speller Third Arithmetic curiosity is on tip too to know who his f A T WOOD 17 50 Kev to same OOD DAY First Reader 30 85 successor is likely to be Second Reader IH5I1 Arithmetic 1 B K DAY 75 42 Third Reader Ker tojwame ATTORNEYS AT LAW 50 55 McGuffeys 1st Eclectic Geography Fourth Reader Office over Exchange Bank 10 2d Eclectic Geography Fifth Reader Governor Brown has pointed out many is Maysville St Mt Sterling Kr 30 85 3d Eclectic Geography Sixth in which unnecessary expenses can Practice in Montgomery Powell Menffee ways The above school book publications of le American Rook Company are well known Wolfe Breathitt Rowan Magoffin and Morbe cut down and by careful and judi- gan counties nnd Superior Court and Court standards and we shall at all tunes have a full Huunlr on hnnd for sale to Mehool oflicers teachers or pupils at the prices named Other school books published by the American cious legislation impending financial dif- Â¬ of Appeals Book Company 137 Walnut Street Cincinnati supplied at correspondingly low prices CO Hazel Green Ky J T DAY ficulties may be averted The State is REAR BIGSTAFF now overdrawn about 229000 though ATTORNEYS AT LAW Treasurer Halos books exhibit a balance MT STERLING KY of 105 for tho fiscal year of 1891 The the courts a good lamp Practice deficit has been met with money drawn adjoining incounties and of Montgomery anil in the Court of Ap must be simple when it is not simple it is from tho Frankfort bauks Auditor peals and Federal Courts Simple Beautiful Good these not good Norman estimates that at the present words mean much but to see The Rochester TTJR J A TAULBEE rato of expenditures tho deficit will will impress the truth more forcibly All metal tough and seamless and made in three pieces only amount to 47375571 at tho end of the it is absolutely and unbreakable Like Aladdins present fiscal year Juno 3 1892 On the Hazel Green Wolfo County of old it is indeed a wonderful lamp for its mar- Â¬ other hand however there are 38 non velous light is purer and brighter than gas light KENTUCKY taxpaying railroads and to these Gov softer than electric light and more cheerful than either Brown referred in his recent message TTVR J F LOCKHAKT Iook for lamp dealer If Thr 4LI Rochester thUstampstyle youRociiKSTRa to the for our new hasnt the genuine and the us want send illustrated catalogue Tho report of tho Railroad Commission and we will send you a lamp safely by expres your choice of over 2000 yarietles from the tuxtgtit temp Slot in Iht World ers shows theso roads to bo worth 8117 KOCIIKSTKH LAMP CO 43 Park Place New York City XXi TUU 300 and laws will be enacted to compel theso fat corporations to contribute the EZEL KY amount of money justly duo the State HOUSE If the Legislature will only how to the Hazel GnnEH Ky MB8 LOU DAY Proprietress lino drawn by Gov Brown all may yet This house has been recently refitted and be well with a long suffering people returnished and the table is at all times sup plied with the best in the market Hates Mil J I Cxxru Fllckorr 3rov Farm hnmt reasonable Sample room attached and spe of Itucine Wis says After trylnc g Somo idea of tho progress tho Ken- Â¬ cial rates to commercial men Patronage is every known remedy 1 removed a large Bunch S of two years standing from a 3 year old Ally 2 a61y tucky Legislature is making with the respectfully solicited with tnreo applications of work before it is outlined by tho Frank MAUPIN WITH f irt correspondent of tho Courier-Journas follows Tho journey a bill must Itis the best pre paratlonl baveeverusedorbeard S of 1 heartily recommend It to all Horsemen 2 GOODS take from the time it is introduced until WHOLESALE DRY We have hundred cf such tettimonlal NOTIONS BOOTS SHOES Ac it becomes a law is long and circuitous Prloe 8138 er battle Askyourdrunlitforlt If ha CATLETTSIUHU KY feflly and can not bo completed oven with ev doea not kep It send us Sic stamps or silver for trial tax kBXKABK CO WTiltehall N If W C KDUY ery member assenting in lew than ten SEITZ IHHHHHkss WITH or cloven days Here are tho stages as figured out by Clerks Stone and Keller WHOLESALE First It is introduced ordered printed VW9XZS1 and referred to a committee KY CATUETTSBURC ASHLAND KY Second After the committee has con Â¬ The Largest Drug House in the Ohio Valley Manufacturers of 228 REMEDIES that are Sold by the Dozen sidered it it is reported and read in full TEACHERS INSTITUTE PROCEEDINGS 10000 Square Feet of Floor Room 28 Hands Employed which constitutes its first reading With a uew trimming machine a modem J Sole proprietors 01 the renowneu z jh9Soe proprietors of the famous Third It is then placed in tho orders stapler fast job press an abundance of type NDOO KIDNEY CORDIAL and superior workmen we are better pre Â¬ of tho day and a time is designated up Â¬ pared to print Institute Proceedings than Kor the permanent cure of Tains in the The onlT remedy that is sold on an nbso Hark nnd all disorders of the Kidneys on which it shall have its second reading Rhv office in Eastern Kentucky Please give lute Rtiarantee to cure an x ains anuSPEXCFlt COOlKK us your orders and Irinary Organs Thousands of oer- Aches Cramps and folic Diarrhoea IlysFourth At least one day must elapse Editor Herald llaxel Green Ky no naTc usru inis iifjcaics 01 tuuxt entery etc Used internally and exter remedv will he sent on application nally The best Liniment in the world when it has its second reading PRICK 100 J PRICK S3 CKNTS Ninth The next day it isdelivcrcd to the Enrolling Clerk Tenth Ho hns it enrolled which will SPENOER 60OPER - - - Editor require at least ono day in case of a short bill A larger one of comae will require more time Eleventh It is next delivered to the Enrolling Committee which reorts it to the Houhc Twelth Tt is read in full and compar ed in open session and if found correct is signed by the Speaker GREEN KY HAZEL Thirteenth It is delivered by the En15 1892 rolling Clerk to the Enrolling Committee Jan of the Senate Fourteenth It is reported by the En Towns of tho Fifth class including such places m Catlcttshurg Bent dele rolling Committee of the Senate rend gates to Frankfort Wednesday to frame and compared in open session and signed by the President a charter Fifteenth It is returned to the Houe Practically the General Assembly has and delivered to the Clerk who tnut accomplished nothing up to the present present it to the Governor in person time Tho new constitution seems to he Sixteenth Tho Governor oithcr allixes n bar to ita progress and it is generally his signature and approval or returns it believed that tho present session will last with a veto message stating his reasons nino months or n year By tho abovo schedule which is imTho Frankfort correspondent of the peratively necessary under the new ConCourier Journal states that Urcy Wood Â¬ stitution it will be readily seen that a son of Owcnsboro and Charley MoChord bill unapproved can not find its laby Â¬ of Springfield wero in Frankfort Mon rinthine way through both houses and day and says these gentlemen according reach the Governor in less than ten or to the present understanding are booked eleven days And what a fine opportu Â¬ for places on the Railroad Commission nity is offered the shrewd parlimentarian Wo havo been of tho samo opinion ever to delay and defeat legislation at every since the Louisville Convention but it is turn only an opinion A derailed train near Crawfordsville What Eastern Ken tucky is interested in just now is a tip Ind on Monday resulted in the death as to who tho other fellow may be of five persons tho fatal injury of five or six others and the serious injury of Hon Gus Richardson of Meade coun- 50 or more ty was in Frankfort Monday to ask of Happy and content is a home with The Ro-Â¬ Gov Brown his appointment as Comchester a lamp with the light of the morning missioner of Agriculture The Governor FtrcxtaUct vtritt Retkutir Lam C AVw Yk Â¬ Hazel Obebn Hebalb i 4v Citizens NfltionolBoiik WINCHESTER KENTUCKY PAID UP CAPITAL Â¬ Â¬ Friday mmsKiJm hrb flML Ml ft M WMf 17500000 WASH MILLER PRESIDENT Â¬ Â¬ Wm 40j i 1 EMf9HIL JE3L WI I S W WILLIS VICE PRESIDENT SBi ffrfW KJSSofflkWji fcfLEl I H A Â¬ Wiy tfSftcrcftiHJ Falter if 1 r HUH LiLI mmm TT TTAMPTOTV CASHIER Â¬ Â¬ iHi Li H J JUwlUID iiiwHI1i I H iUFunVI TtYiffBfcr irii tWiT jiriiftfiMf Kht-- vfr tJi ir WtiHl1il - t j in7nn r tsti nurfiiii miiifir- Ti ir r i SRMmmmWScWrSyurOmma v f mil arr Ru nwiT iMiTTlwr T m b iffTT 11 VMnMTrTrrTT a- jr- Will Mri -- U rew hi 5 J W P0YMTEB ASST CASHIER Â¬ fill ilMU HOT Â¬ KkJHfll IffliCLCCJ In m Malt nlmSEmhrnmPv if tr - J82rfeiiilAi- - Ji lCsynMMftWfcBrTlWWuSlBJWrgMH1IR tll WLjJimnFiwlwT3Zm I Â¬ Has nmnlc fnciiities fordoing general unnkiug buincta So licits ileponitB makc colloc tiona gives prompt and careful attention to all biumiees entruM ed to it and extends to ita customers the most iibenil uccommonHtionsconMstentwitu n Â¬ correct banking biuuncfls ATTORNEY LAW GKBAPEE SGB00I BOOKS R S STRABER Successors to SON Â¬ 74 Â¬ La 1 1 it Co E Main Strrkt LEXINGTON KY Wholesale Dealers in A J w o Straight Kentucky Whiskies 1 11 Brandies c FINE OLD WHISKY A SPECIALTY CIGARS AND TOBACCO Tarr and Old Taylor Agents for Old Pugh Old Pepper Old Wints Â¬ Â¬ IDINGFELDER 1 Seeing is Believing And J M ROBINSON Importers and Jobbers of CO DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS Physician and Surgeon Nos 537 639 and 541 West Main Street LOUISVILLE KY JRSharp Bruce Trimble TGDenton DENTON -- Â¬ SHARP TRIMBLE DENTIST MT STERLING KY 1 DAY The Rochester Jay-Kyc-H- Â¬ Â¬ Have now a complete line of Clothing Hats Boots Shoes and Gents Furnishing Goods We solicit an inspection of our goods and guarantee prices satisfactory and articles as Â¬ recommended al HR D H CARPENTER QUINNS OINTMENT 2 FARMS FOR SALE A farm containing 05 ACRKS 0 mllrs from Mt Sterling all in grass except n acres good soil good improvements and in gootl neighborhood with an excellent orchard and convenient to good schools churches and poM office It is a nice home I will ami must be seen to be appreciated give a better bargain than can be found In the State if application is made before 1 rent it ALSO A farm of ABOUT IkK ACRKS near Kiel on Rlackwater Morgan county known the Miles Kash faim about 100 acres clear ed and in cultivation nnd the balsnce in timber This farm i susceptible of division I will divide it to suit purchasers and take n few good hnrM in part payment aud give liberal terms on the balance J G TRIM RLE dlSlf Â¬ Â¬ Thos Henderson WJ Son SfSftr Bisa WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING DRUGGISTS Â¬ ureur uiuai f eece a Â¬ thtn designated upon which it is to have its thin read is Fifth Another day Â¬ Traders Deposit Bank MT STERLING i Trimble Bros WHOLESALE ing KY 30000 MMIMMMMtMMMMmMMnM HbFor Salk hy Druo Storkji and Cointby Storks FVKKYvnnRS tSt I Sixth One raoro day must elapse when tho bill is reported for passage or rejection 8vwith Tho next day if it bo a House bill It U reported to tho Senate whtre the stepa are repeated in full ex ctpt m to printing Eighth If pawed it is then reported tattle to the Houw CAPITAL 200000 SUKPLU8 J M 11IOSTAPF President O L KIHKPATUICK Vice President W W THOMSON Cashier tofjMmeddtOydtMtfum Tfflimill WtTHCTIM TWM IN THE B OGBB 9 MT STERLING KY We respectfully solicit the business of iner-chants tanner traders and huslncs men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky A Jive us a general banking business done chance to send you a bank book iay your cheeky and loan vou money when in Heed V UK nfUWItH I llRltl imY i KEENM W Thompson Cash TDD JUD DDTMTIMP r KIIM lIMb The jii Uv velebratrtl iVrryian atwl m NEATLY CHEAPLY ami PROMPTLY EXIv oflico at 10 cent a down are mt CUTKD AT THIS OFFICII Smiyourcrder j and the best pencil in town at 5c piece SHMT HANI TYPE WRITINI FENMANIHlf ITBATTM lIlllNESI MUIK SIBTH WEIT IVVI1IMC ai rait isisimi J4rConIgnment of produce and the patronage of Muuntiiiu Merchants respect fully solicited JeHly eZ7 I laTJ it tlii - 1 IlAZEL GltEEN HERALD in- merchant in Mi nitIIiik cluster laixiiiKtmi l mjv itlf aul i inrin jiati will liml Utmk iii sr Milium through which tu secure Mountain Trade ADVKItTISINUKATKtf Morgan lln nml HrfuihUt than all other paper in the I Irer tr ll Wolfe Mute mnl Advertisements iiiMTtcil fur hM t lift ii t rnon I I1H win or rniii mif mi ii mr inc nri insertion aim - cents mi men mr eucii sum sequent insertion JTAll TltANMIKNT AnVlilJTIMNU MUvr ni IAin s vnvAwit I 1 TANsn Nr I STANDINO 12 ADVKIlTISItMKNTS 1 inch inches months 4 lllOllCH 7 jO J i0 - no Homk Wolff County Ky Jan We have extended tho Credit System until wo aro compelled to closo our 0 1802 Mr Spencer Cooper Enclosed books and we respectfully ask thoso who owo us to come in nnd pay part pathy 1 You have or all of your note or account Trusting you will heed this wo remain find for Tin- Hiium very respeciiuny tve H F PI Ell ATT been very kind in sending it to me reguCO Through the courtesy of Deputy Circuit Clck Vausaut we give a list of tho larly when my timo was up some time gentlemen composing the grand and petit since It is like an old friend dropping in every week Hoping everything goes juries as follows Printing executed at this office in the high Grand Jury John Taylor R M Cecil well with you and yours I am est style of the art and at satisfactory prices Very respectfully If so you can pet something better than dollars from us Tho completion of Notchcads envelopes sale bills ite Work W II P Dull Mason Gibbs Hollis the Iv U R R to Jackson has cut us oil from a largo wholesale trade lierctoforo promptly done and nothing but the best Gibbs II P Timmixs John Chapman D C Miller had by us in several counties east and left on our hands an immense stock of material used Send for estimates goods which we aro compelled to unload and in order to do so wo are determined Fielden Cox David A they Jonathan WOLFE COUNTY to make prices do the work prices which will make our patrons hnppy and mako Floyd Day left Sunday morning for Gilly James Tutt and D A Whitakcr Campion Currency Wo oiler to Country Merchants extra inducements nnd guar- Â¬ competition howl Petit Jury J F Spencer Henry It L A thy will leave this evening for antee to them lower prices than thoy ever got before Wo are overstocked nnd Clay City must unload Remember we will duplicate any bill with freights added either Pence W W Caudill G P Clark Peter Lexington on business wholesale or retail east or west north or south up hill or down Wo aro now ro JJon D S Godsey of this place is in Wills John Creech Win Spencer W R IJIurt of Ezel came over yesterday ceiving such lines bought for cash at bottom bargains as will fill every depart Â¬ Mt Sterling on business ment New fresh seasonable choice and cheap Tolson J W ToIhoii P A Raily Alex with a supply of watches etc Wc can astonish you with Gentry Preston Elkins Jonathan Creech Several of our citizens attended Court Samuel M Amyx of Torrent paid N U Townsend Win Hollon James this place a Hying visit yesterday tit Campton on Thursday Harris J S Campbell Job Ross Robt Hon Z T Hurst came home Friday The best remedy for gray hairs is Halls Hrown I W Combs W S Trimble S from Jackson where he had been attend covered with goods at half prices As tho prices wo name merely givo us a chnnco Vegetable Sicilian Hair Kenewer to get our money out of the goods wo cannot afford credit Goods will bo sold for Ii Smith W R Pelfrey and J L Wire ing court cash only or country produce live stock and school claims taken in exchange The blood clenusing qualities of Ayers man Isaac Elkins has returned from Texas We have opened n new department under the charge of Miss Laura Rawllngs Sarsaparilla render it invaluable in skin flourishing in the and Miss Luln Day which is fully stocked with fiuo Millinery Notions Ladies Frequently the request is made that wc He reports everything Furnishing Goods Wall Paper Carpets and Oil Cloths School Rooks and Sup- Â¬ disorders plies Pictures ami Frames etc etc Miss Rawlings is a thoroughly competent publish this or that to fill up to encour Â¬ Lone Star State made a Milliner and Dress Maker nnd we offer you a City Stock to select fiom You can Ayers Hair Vigor prevents the hair age the people to take hold fcc All of Miss Maggie Ryrd of Torrent this place Saturday re- get as fine and stylish Millinery and Dresses hero as anywhere and at tho very flying visit to from falling and restores gray hair to its these things are iu the nature of adverlowest prices Yours etc turning Sunday evening original color Ayers Almnnnc at J T tisements directly or indirectly and as Rev Owuey Presiding Kldcr of the M such should be paid for Our rates are Dav Cos E Church South preached an eloquent as reasonable as those of any paper iu the who has been visitGames Gillmore Tuesday night State circulation and influence consider- sermon here last HAZEL ing relatives and friends iu this section N Fulks who has a large contract in ed and those who wish to use our col for n few weeks past left Monday for his railroad tics on the K U umns for profit to themselves must profit getting out JOHN M ROSE II O SWANGO in Texas home yesterday to attend court us to the extent of their demands upon came up Circuit Court began this morning with Mrs John M Rose is at the bedside of us We hope we oflond no one by being I will give a largo crowd in attendance her little niece Mary daughter of J M thus plain in tho matter and a little iu Swango and wife of Stillwater who is reasoning on their part will convince the proceedings of this weeks court DEALERS IN my next letter quite ill with fever them that wo arc correct Our space is The school at this place began last our stock in trade and if we give it away Tuesday January fi with Prof Ilowman Several of our citizens nre confined to we will have nothing to pay for paper HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY and other ailof Salt Lick principal and Mins Minnie their homes with la grippe Garry a complete line of Dry Goods Notions Ladies Dress In company with Fred Kellam our Jones of Mt Sterling assistant ments but wc are glad to note that there old Acoomac friend we paid Campton a Medi Â¬ Prof G H Stamper left a few days Goods Gents Clothing Uuots Shoes Huts is no serious illness Judge Lilly was ago for Oklahomah Territory where he cines Saddles Harness Hying visit Monday and sell FOR CASH prices Mrs Emma Lumpkin the well known on hand and Circuit Court in session rAll goods has accepted a position as clerk iu the lower than ever before seen in Hazel Green dress maker at Ezel Ky now has a nice Attorney Lykins isacting Common wholesale store of his brother Rev W guaranteed as represented or money refunded JC lino of ladies hats and is prepared to do wealths Attorney and tho business of L Stamper any kind of work in that lino f tho Court appeared to be progressing C C Williams has declined tho idea NEATLY CHEAPLY and PROMPTLY EXE Â¬ CUTED AT TI I IS OFFICE Scud your orller Elder D G Combs was on Tuesday nicely During the few hours spent of moving to Texas He says that after called to Frenehburgto preach the fu there we noticed that Jonas Vausant reconsidering the matter he is confident neral of Mrs Frisby wife of NTewt Fris Democratic nominee was acting in the that Kentucky is the best State in the capacity of Circuit Court Clerk ami had union and that Wolfe is the best county by who died nt that place on Monday ImyiuK moved to Winchester and gono his business all up nicely SheriflHanks in the State I concur with Mr Williams into the lumber biuiuusM I will on Major W II Taulbce preached at the was on hand and the best of order pre- iu his opinion Christian Church in this placo Sunday vailed All the Court officials have our WEDNESDAY JANUARY 20 1892 Dr James II Stamper reports the foland Sunday night ami is now visiting Hell at public auction on thu premlKCM my thanks for favors lowing Horn to the wife of S DWells iveTo Hiw the family of his son Dr J A Taulbee farm of M7 ACHKS lying on thu Wiiiolicb ChimmI 10 a boy weight nine pounds VIII to St VltiiN Drhco Dec tor and Mt Sterling pike tdglit miles from Mizpah Lodge No f07 F A M last Ban AmmuAB Cat Co WiiiehiHtcr nnd seven miles from Mt SterIt is indeed gratifying to note the in- week purchased of John II Evans a the wifo of David Hogg one day last My boy 13 yenm old wns noCol Feb 1089 Ht ling alTooUxl by VliuBltauco Umt ho oouid not go to wjhool for M V near Thomson Htation on the N N A week a boy weight twelve and one half terest our young people are taking iu K It 2 years Two bottlos of lator Koonlgd Norvo quarter acre lot and will at once proceed Tho arm tins on it two good dwelling nnd of MNs the rest of his patients Toulo roatorod bin health and ha 1b now t music under the instructions pounds and that u good tenant house one of the duellings to erect a building T J Stevensonhas toudlng school again Mollio Douglass who is a most accom is a new house of eight rooms ami all ueces MICHAEL OCONNKI build the hall which will aro convalescing the contract to miry out buildings xuch as buggy bonne plished teacher Tho members of tho Campton Literary A Vary Had Cano servants house smoke house poultrv be J0xJ2 feet two stories at ll000 and Kaht Nuwmaiikkt Md Maroh 8 1891 the CourtdiousohiHt Wed Â¬ house leu house cribs studies etu all is Society met at My daughter had cjilluiiiy bo suvoro that alio While in Campton Monday we were of tho lot cost 1000 Tho contractor ulso two large tobacco haruu with nesday night and elected tho following would bnvo 0 or 7 flta ovory ill hours Imiuo new tor thirty live acres of tobacco nml n room courso a guest of the Combs House and obligated to have tho hall ready for oc UlaUily attor using Pastor Koonlgs Nervo Tonlo J H tho spasms docrcasod In number and iu less large orchard just beginning to bear The officers for tho next four weeks wo noticed thai mine host has recently cupancy by tho first day of July and all other house contains nix rooms with all nee Hollon President A II Stamper Vice than two wooks from taking thu first doso lb His who have heretofore employed Mr Ste Â¬ entirely ooascd Deforo using this modlolna bur CNsnry out building still further improved tho hotel This farm is well watered with pontic President Miss Emma Spradling Seoy tidud was vory weak but now uitnd and mom dining hall is a model of excellence and venson are confident that he will have it ory aro fully rontorod and sho Is entirely ourod pools oiid springs 217 teres uro u blue Miss Rosa Hell Hyrd At sistant Sc y at the fits by tho use of this nat romedy grab til sown In wheat nml thu remainder tho table fairly groans under its weight ready at tho time agreed upon Ullii J 1L ANDUKWR In tobacco and com It rented last vcur for I Critic and G W Shackelford S -- iOO nnd can be rented out for one year Y of good things to tempt the appetite of A Vnluubtn Hook en Nertoas to While at Campton Monday wc mot Lovelace and G H Stamper Sergeut-at- L 11 j Id bUoHnot Miit fieocan any addrens or a lerm oi years at mo same price it alM obtain and poor patlants the hungry guests f ft I J tlila medlcluo freo of clinrKe will lie sold us a whole or iu tracts to suit I IIbmsm George W Drake Democratic nominee Arms Tills remedy has boen rrtared by tho ItaYerend ptirihascrH placo thu At the Jahilo Phillips last week presented us for Slierillof this county and at present Dr W II Tutt mado application be Â¬ iBUowpreparudundernlsdirecUuu lad- byUie Iior KocniK of Port Wayne - alncelff and following Mime time amiOne I will sell stalpersonalty on tho K V Railroad fore Judge S M Tutt last Monday with the skin of a bull snake which he privato detective lion by hgbcrt Jr dam by Oreenwood Hu KOCNIG MED CO Chicago III was broken hist year und with but llttlo brought from Greer county Texas that So well isGcorgo known as a detective County Court day for licenso to sell Sold by DnureistsKt SI per Dottle 6 for VS handling trotted In iIU one saddle horse reputation whisky in this place as a druggist Mr measures seven feet six inches in length that he now has a national 20 broke mules three years old 2 mlloh Large Mlae 8L7S 0 Uottlea for 9 eous It yearling steers ll calves 1200 know him best call him Tutt wits represented by A F Hyrd and and seven inches in circumference at the and thiwe who barrels of corn with suitable lots for feeding Herort the little JiMvoJur of Ezel largest point Mr Phillips says theso j Old Sleuth for his blood hound instinct tho Commonwealth by J C Lykins it in 18 shares of Winchester and Mt SterTurned tn a Wuteli tho timo to tell ling turnpike stock pur value 100 per any part of tho Nearly all the women iu town were pres Ktiakes are not poisonous Ho has our in tracing criminals in shore and which pays an annual dividend Ik- is on It Ik knccN As thu public Nte of per cent Many other things nut enu Â¬ thanks for the specimen country ent and when Judge Tutt refused to merated here And u prayer iximtdo grant the license they clapped their This sale is positive and the farm will Tor tlit Jtiuelry trudo Our old friend Joshua Dellusk has Pauw Iix Dec 21 l8Dl MrSpcn Not thut hes bunted certainly hu sold Hale begins at 10 a til hands for joy our thanks for several inosca of pork ccr Cooper Dear Friend As I dont sharp lunch at noon Or hi trudo Iiiih rusted SiMiur Jack Jan 11 For further Information apply to me at Hut iu tiiut tiro tltflit ont in Tuesday Josh evidently believes hear from Kentucky often I think your Mo l ou hi It rlfdil Winchester Ky or J O Scplice Thomson me much A Tho latter lives mi thu arm in going the whole hog To Hll huods lower v when ho does valuable paper would givo Than hvit heforo K m w rfmtewew i of my old i alive home v w ahl2 nything for he sent us tho head ears pleasure to read Oppn Fnou Httin wind t J A KVMSKY Auctioneer umIhw1 I will still inv plain- - consisting of ni AinurkMU WatclifM 300 plow backbone and sparerib enough to last us and hor people i tlm place of luiitl near liiuol ircen On Mouki houscIs Ur Weluh t Cluck 360 iSt Tho JHMtly ctilebratru which includes our better L for your paper one year a aroom dwidlliiu stable crib Iktiutiml Walnut tinriiu for a whole Ierrylan lel wmu nl 2 Inch vein l rnul firdmnl AQop WiTCJt- locks 3 Hupcrior quul c Respectfully week Josh is a first class citizen has an lurther Loud Is till cleared hut mt are wild at tun office at it cents a Itynf Sowliitf Machine Oil lux bottle 10 and tliu Uctit ln VUA HST liifnruMlioti fall on or nddriM Interesting family and will prove a valu- mic In town at 5c pKce T F CAltlt ttdliu Hpcctfully Huzil Onjeii Ky J UK hlK hit Wo mllEtlou to lw K3M our town J nil 25 00 inches Liberal rates on larger advertisements made known on application Local notices to be interspersed uiniiii rcitlhif matter 10 cents a line with a tIN count of - per cent where they run a month or more Obituaries tributes of itspcet etc He u line Count six words to t lie line and send money with the manuscript We will write hituarics and publish at f cents a Hue Marriage ami death notices not exceeding ten lines solicited and published Iltrl R irHlM8 l OK UlHHIAK AlViHTJSIX IMYAIMKQUAUTIIllY ON MMANI Address SlKVtKU COOPKK Hazel Green Ky 0 t hlcilSj sum his arrival Imivovm- -i she appeared better to those about her on he arrived he knew at n glance sl wns iu tie cmlinW of ontI o informed those present Mr Murphy who was out feeding was sent for but bsfore he arrived the beloved companion of his life had passed from this vale of tears through the valley of death and into the beyond and her reward She leaves besides a devoted husband a largo family of children and inaiiv brothers and sitters to mourn her loss to all of whom Tur Hiram pours out its sym moned Hefore Â¬ Our old Accomac friend Fred ICellam wWonco f sold three good bills at Campton Mon Â¬ UHM W ttiu wy Creek in Morgan day and returning here that night sold county on Tluiixlav of last two other good ones Fred is a hustler ovcro illness Though no and he says his card in Tun lnMK n Hikaid 1h imlmjnto jmior u nirilLluic ami a wonderful help to him It certainly lllt w f the honselioll were about pays to advcrtio tlieir usual avocations until a few uiin- The third term at Hazel Green Acade iitis before she expired She had a smothering spell that morning and Dr my will begin on Monday tho 2ith int and the indications nre that it will be John A Tanlhee of this place was Â¬ i MrflMr- - Mny t wars M fr rc of mxvK H F 1MKHATT J T PIEItATT uulr H F PSERATT IlKAURS IX CO 1 liu raiiEJii wmnwtisjwm WVE STOCK COUNTRY PRODUCE the best in tho history of tho school The attendance now is 100 percent more than nt the same time last year and new scholars are arriving overy week Good People Play Progression Buy your goods while they nre cheap and now is tho time Wm Lnsk left hero Sunday morning for Hankers Mich at which placo he will join his family and go thence to some point on tho Pacific Coast where thoy will permanently locate A host of his friends join with us in wishing the Judge and his family peace and prosperity in their new home wheroverit may be At duce We want to buy more goods Dont you see that is business We aro not in business merely for pleasure nor for health but for tho profit and the way to make it profitable is to sell everybody And tho way to sell everybody is to soil cheaper than anybody And that is what wo are going to do for Cash or bountry Pro Â¬ and tliis is our reason - 211 fllf Â¬ Â¬ illllllilllllllS Â¬ Do You Need Money Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ GREEN KENTUCKY Â¬ Hose Swaiftgo Patent at Â¬ c Â¬ JOB PRINTING pAffiX tiMm PUBLIC SALR Â¬ Â¬ VZB i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ RPT Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - 1 FARM FOR SALE 1 - K Ir j - jo dou I Mctn MliiWWgwtHMWwiffMratitftr iufWii -- ijh m Hazel Green HAZEL GREEN THE READER A Herald KY rKNOKR OOOFXX FaWUhw little child was rending The loxt nus wondrous fair Wo shall go homo al ovonlng And lind It morning thoro sho prattled With shining oycs nnd fond When nil tho stars arc lighted That Iloavcn Is Just boyond It means mamma ii 1 1 There was nothing before the Greens but a repetition of tho experiences of And often when Im woary the winter two years before Their And often when I m sad Corncs bade that precious rending htorc of provisions saved from tho crop To malto my spirit glad of the preceding year was almost gone and they had no money and no means yearn of waiting And what nro And what nro years of pain of raising nny They had not even tho It when tho Heavens nro opened privilege of borrowing from Scraggs I may bobold again this time for they had nothing to Mj gcntlo Uttlo roador mortgage him In return for his accom- Â¬ And her Hwcot promlso sbaro modation Tako the most cheerful Wc shall bo homo at evening view of tho future that they could and And find It morning thoro -- Mrs M L Rayno tu Dotrolt Frco Tross picturo It in the brightest colors their buoyant fancy could suggest and it re- Â¬ mained a dark somber forbidding prospect unrelieved by a single ray of light tQ ar VAmtfrQto WUHTd John regretted tho loss of his money j now as lie had never regretted it before ho could form of him- Â¬ V V V W k vws fJSn topy of WfotePi iifft and no opinion 4M self however low and debasing was spared him With that money all safe- Â¬ mTFRT ly at hand he and his family could pass Cefvjfjl Ml C AfOVllojq N Co unpinchod through the coming winter and have enough left to pay the debt off the farm 1 Jut regretting did no good and CHAPTEIl XIl CovriNUi so Mary told her husband though she John thoro is nothing for which to You in Â¬ was far from free of it herself blame you Mary replied The Greens were not the only family vested tho money ns hundreds of others CI1APTEK XIII invested and tried to act for tho best that were thus placed in a precarious MISFOIITUNKS DO NOT COJIK SINGLY position all the settlers in that Nearly It was a mistake and nothing more It was Tuesday that the meeting of Such a mistake ns nnyuno might hnvo section were victim of tlia Partulutc settlers took place at Markhauis store made nnd as almost every poor settler and all day Wednesday Mary Green did make Thero is no uso to condemn i busied herself arranging Johns cloth- Â¬ yourself or make yourself miserable ing and preparing for his departure with vain regrets The money is gono John was away most of the day looking let it go We can live over the loss after some business affairs and Louise and in a short time wont feel it went over to the store to make ome I hope so replied John but it is trilling purchases hard to raise expectations where there Left thus alone poor Mary had plenty is so little to base them on Thero are of time to think over her situation and poor prospects for crops this year for it naturally her mind reverted to the past is already late in tho season and there to the long line of sufferings that had is not moisture enough in the ground fallen to the lot of herself and loved to sprout the seeds If it doer not rain ones and from that to her child soon we will raise nothing nnd ngain hood home and her father Unable we shall have to go through tho expe Â¬ longer to hold her feelings in check I feel riences of a year ago Sometimes the poor woman laid her head down on like turning loose nnd cursing this God Â¬ the table where she sat and gave way forsaken country from end to end I to her grief Long the tears of bitter wish we had never ot foot on Kansas anguish flowed while her frail form soil Thero is nothing here for us but shook with heart rending sobs Â¬ suffering hardships and disappoint Arising after awhile she went to a ments From year to year we havo got little drawer and unlocking it took to contend against drought hot winds therefrom a picture of her father chinch bugs grasshoppers greedy TIIK TKAItS OF UllTri ANOVISH KIOWKD Through all her sufferings and through Shylocks nnd swindling schemes and cruelties and neglect the settler lias a poor showing among Park boom and now found themselves all her fathers to she had clung this shadow of him them stranded Very few of them had lliree and often in her hours of sorrow when It is discouraging John said Mnry months supply of provisions on hand the days were darkest and her heart but where can poor people do better and none of them had money The heaviest she looked on his face and reThe cast is overcrowded and tho poor farms were all under mortgage to tho had ben to muuuinnot hope to get a home there eastern capitalists so they could not called all that lie onceshe scanned her Long and intently the He cannot go into business for himself borrow money and it was useless to well remembered features recalling and to work on a salary is uncertain think of earning anything in that part Thousand do it of course and a small of the country for there was no em- the times when he had taken her on his knees hugged her to his breast and per cent of them get on very well but ployment to be had kissed her with a fathers fondest affec- Â¬ Hich cases are rare Wo have had ex Â¬ In this stato of affairs somebody tion perience in that wny nnd we know called a meeting of the bottlers at Ah father father she cried in what it is to be thrown out of employ Â¬ Mnrkhams store and when the day deepest anguish little did 1 ever think ment aud left stranded without money caino around John Urcen went over to un Â¬ then that you could be so cold and with sickness We have hard times see what could bo done There were relenting to your child Littleand I did here and suffer many privations and twenty live or thirty other men there disappointments but I would not ex Â¬ all with sad bronzed faces and quaking think those lips that so often hissed change it for tho cast for here we have hearts The men spoke together in low mine could be so cruel of speech a hope of a home by and by aud there earnest tones There was none of the Little did I dream that you could steel we could hope for nothing Hero you joking nnd laughing in which men thus vour heart against me and make me stranger to you arc your own master there you were assembled usually indulge Not a less than a For a long time Mary Green sat there the servant of your employers who smile disturbed the gloom that hung because they paid you a pitiful salary over the meeting No hopeful light i gazing on the picture she held in her m11j sufficient to keep yourself and family Ile nna rt r frwt rt f lmc hand her mind busy with fancies of the alive felt that they owned yon body It was a solemn occasion and weighty niust uml ircscnt- She livotl ovor aSain nnd soul Ill take Kansas with its matters occupied the thoughts of all j trials and disappointments in prefer Â¬ thnt gathering of stouthearted pioneers j -fe ence to the oast Heforo them and their families they TlA V Yes so will I said John but I do saw nothing but starvation and it Is not think the settlers who come here to to be wondered that their cheeks were build tip homes and improve and bcau blanched and their eyes dull and heavy tiry tho land ought to receive better with anxi ty and fear treatment from the government There Tho situation was discussed in all its is no justice in giving up to corpora Â¬ phases and innumerable plans of action LISti rn 7 tions aud cattle kings all tho ohoieo weresuggested Some favored giving up i i i -portions of the public lands leaving to the land and moving nway but a great tho homesfekers the sandy arid plains many like Given wero too poor to go where nothing but sand burs and coy Â¬ aud knew of no place where they could otes flourish Hut th rich men I sup Â¬ better their condition even if they pose must bo cared for nnd whatever were nblo to make tho change After thoj dont vrnt is tendered to tho a great many had given their opinions poor Hut ftcr all this is perhaps some one called on Green to speak Men Green began as ho arose wc as good it any place for tho poor man for he dont seem to bo wanted aro placed in n position where it is nny where vxcopt as a convenienco to I hard to tlml an way out We have ine wcaiuiy nisn iriun verity inai nothing but our claims and unfortu- Â¬ there is no place in this world for nately they aro in tho grasp of the tho poor They uro cumberers of tho monoy Shylocks of tho cast The ma- Â¬ tiik iirmu was not from liFn rATurii jority of us aro little better than pau ground mini unit iiiuj uuimk ui iii iwiu uiiw i pers We have no money we have no all the old happy days when she was at discouraged woro probably prono to provisions and our land the only pas home with her father and as she re taKc a mciancnoiy vior ox mo biuia session wo have i3 being devoured day calltd his tender expressions of love a tion ns people nro apt to do under such l3 day by thnt gormand high Interest faint shadow of a smile lurked about Hut afte nil who is Tho country in all this part of tho s ate j her worn and wasted features Uut circumstances to any that their viw though Is in desolation and thero Is nothing for even that shadow was fleotiug for the there molaueholy was not to soino extent at us to do to earn bread for ourselves and remembrance of the present brought a least hased on facts Who is there to families Yet wo must eat or die and cloud to drive it away and the old sor- Â¬ say thnt poor men with families wo cannot starve We must find somo row that preyed on her soul came back to her In all its terrlbleness brought ipto compotltlon with tho labor way of earning n livelihood civilized and ceml civlUzcd Thats so said somo one but how Then Louise returned from tho store of all tho bringing with her a letter addressed to world do not hnvo n hard time of it in tho Is It to bo done Listlessly Mary Green Thats what I am coming to John her mother oast und feel themselves fortunnto in took it and glanced at tho postmark but after all my suggestions nino cases out of ton if they nro nblo to ropllcd Itecp their dependent ones barely nbovo may not bo worth much Thero aro Then sho eagerly toro tho envelope for aud her first Who is thero to sny against somo men hero who havo frlonds In the it was from Dayton wnut John Oreens nsscrtlon that tho poor east who aro ablo and willing to aid thought was that It must bo from her settlers on tho public lands of the west them Thoso men can get moans to intlicr and tor a moment suo imuuswi havo not becu neglected by tho govern Â¬ tido thorn ovor tho present dlfllcnltlcs tho wildest fondest hopes Perhaps ho ment nnd forced to occupy tho nrld or if thoy prefer can return cast with had relented and apaln opened his J Tboso who nro thus heart to receive bt child With trcm- glains passed over by tho rich cattle- - tbir families Closed closd that book forever To provo that promlao fair Jlj- - child went homo nt evening And found tho mornln there situation through Hmolccd glnss but It they did they saw not far wrong As John hnd feared tho outlook for crops grow less and less promising with each week Tho weather con- Â¬ tinued dry and day after day tho nun ran his courso through cloudless heavens Tho earth became parched and tho vegetation that had in spite of all obstructions forced itself into lifo drooped withered and died For thrco long months not a drop of rain had fallen and It being now July thero was no longer any grounds for hopo on tho part of tho settlers It was impossible that any crops could be grown thus late In tho season even wero It to rain at once Men and giant corporsttona n wnlew Mary and John may haro looked at tho 6PA fyem I IVCTY situated need have no tmrtxKlml Hut there are anxieties nnd iirs noma of us who uro less fortunato and who have no one to look to for as Hlstancc We who are In that condition must have recourse to our own energies Wo must earn a living tind since we cannot do that here we must go whero It can b done In short men we must leave our families here and go back east in seareli of work Hack in eastern Kansas and In Missouri employment can be hail at some wages and even if we earn but little we ought to feci thankful if it enables us to keep our families alive When Jrccn sat down several others spoke all in indorsement of his plan and at last It was agreed to by the meeting It seemed a hard thing to go away leaving the wives nnd the chil- Â¬ dren out there on tho bare brown plains without friends or money but there was no alternative It was that or worse So it was agreed that on tho following Monday all those who wished to go east In search of employment should meet at Mnrkhams store and start from there in a body After tho meeting John went home and informed his wife of the proposed plan Her face paled as he spoke and the tears started to her eyes but with an effort she controlled her feelings and true to her nature attempted to look cheerfully on the arrangement I regret having to leave you and Louise thus John said but I see no way to avoid it and besides the separa Â¬ tion will not last long Never mind us John said Mary Wo shall get along all right We shall miss you and feel lonely while you are away but we shall look forward to the time when you will come back to us and the autumn and the winter will soon pass Cheer up dear John and dont worry on our account Hi IiT Â¬ s Â¬ Â¬ J 1 -- - ir X 1 Â¬ I i Salsify Oysters Iioil eight largo roots of salsify perfectly tender peel carefully crown and all rub through a sieve aud season with salt pepper nnd three ounces of butter add a ill of flour two well beaten eggs and a little rich cream but the mixture must be a very thick batter have a frying pan half full of boiling lard and drop tho salsify in one large spoonful at a When Mary Green finished tho letter time just about the sie of a largo she sat for a long time with her hanils oyster when brown turn and remove elasped in mute despair too deeply as soon as done drain carefully and troubled to utter a sound Then turn serve at once in a hot dish ing her sad face to Heaven she moaned WINTER FROCKS FOR GIRLS in anguibh and in her soul cried out My God what have 1 done to merit Tasty tostiitiMH Tor llmmn and Outdoor this What crime what sin have I TVcnr committed to call down on my head New designs for girls winter frocks Was it so wrong to are of warm woolen such punishment cashmere marry the good honest man my heart camels hair seloth stuffs the fleecy and Oh God if Thou be just how rough finished loved fabrics canst Thou permit such things to be A house dress fashioned like a Wat For an hour Mary sat there heart- Â¬ tea u wrapper is worn in the morning broken and disconsolate pouring out by girls of six to ten years Cashmere the sorrow of her soul in tears and crepon or flannel is the material with moans Oh who can picture tho misery waist lining of sateen For a girl of of that hour Christ in the garden of six years two breadths and a of Gcthscmnnc wept tears of blood Ho material cashmere width arehalf gath knew what it was to be poor friendless ered to a round collar like yoke fitted and alone He felt the bitter grief of a by shoulder seams straight forsaken soul He wept and He pra3cd sleeves half a yard wide The gathered are Yet He knew that God was with Him at the top and to a wristband and that Ho was only to pass through ribbon two inches wide is set in aVelvet the shadow of night nnd come into a in the back just below the yoke point then brighter and better life Mary went drawn down to the front and fastened All about her there was darkness under a rosette To complete this pretThere was no future hope to buoy her ty dress a wide round collar and cuffs soul no beacon light to guide her on of nainsook are worn They are Sho was penniless and friendless and doubled of the material and edged In a few short days she nnd her child with a frill two would be alone on the great plain with be hem stitched inches wide that may no ono near to offer aid or speak a conA comfortable cloak for girls of four soling word to eight years is of ladies cloth warm- Â¬ The agony of that hour was too great ly lined with fur trimming for her and her feeble frame sank blue or reseda green cloth tan cadet under it The dread disease that had with brown mink or beaver trimmed or else long been stealing into her system and with the fleecy Mongolian fur white undermining her constitution tho ter- black or colored to the cloth rible malaria of the west made itself The yoke is shallow match pointed tho and master of its victim and when John re- high collar is a straight turned homo he found his wife burning with fur and full bishopsband covered sleeves fall with fever while her eyes roamed on deep cuffs edged with fur Ilrnces about deliriously of the cloth cross in the back below the A doctor was summoned immediately yoke and lap in front at the waistline and when ho came and examined his The soft crowned Florentine cap is borpatient he shook his head ominously dered with fur and has a pompon of It is a bad case ho said a very ostrich feathers with an aigrette in tho bad case The disease has been growcenter ing in her system for months and she School frocks of cashmere vigogne is thoroughly impregnated with it It or of plaid wool will tako a long time to eradicate it fourteen years for girls of eight to havo u widely belted and it may be several months before waist invisibly hooked under the front she is able to go about I am afraid gathers and a full gathered skirt The she has suffered a great deal mentally is gathered below the throat mind appears to be broken waist for her down It is a bad case at any rate and and under tho belt in front and she ought to have tho best of care and bnck The skirt of three breadths of double width goods for girls good nursing of twelve years is gathered to the John sat a long time with his faco A separate belt buried in his hands before ho made any waist permanently reaching almost to the armpits in corse- Â¬ reply Then looking up ho aid Great God doctor Wha is it you let fashion is well lined and may be say Is it possiblo I have brought the whaleboncd and is nearly covered with best and noblest of women to this Oh rows of black soutache it is laced in it cant be so bad She cannot be in front through eyelet holes The sleet cs such danger You can you must save are shirred to a ruffle at the wrist and rows of braid are set on the shirring her Tho turned over collar Is also trimmed TO UK CONTINUED with braid A lovely littlo frock for parties or A Turkish Mjstcry dancing school for girls of six to twelve A superstition prevails In Constant nople that the musk like odor which In- years is of wash silk pink mauve or fects the morgue ot St Sophia Is occa- Â¬ blue with white stripes Tho low full sioned by tho perfumoa cement with ccrsago Is belted with velvet of darker which the stones wero originally held shnde than the ground of tho silk or together Tho legend runs that musk else with black and Is trimmed with a was mixed with tho cement Public very full frill of white Inco or of chiffon Opinion observes Probably ago Iim with scalloped edgo It Is worn over a Imparted a musty odor from which the guimpo of white crcpo de Chine gath ered at neck and wrists without trimmusk story was fabricated ming Tho striped elbow sleeves are also untrlmmed being simply corded Oh It was Tcvry exciting CnorUK Te ribbon velvet bow on tho halt I quite lost me head Kitty Klaws matches the belt In color Horacr Awl did you miss l- t- Brooklyu Tlfo 1 1 him u partner In tho business Your father and bis wllj uro ncttvo members of Reverend Whcedlcrs church nnd Bho Is ono of tho most Tho devout members of tho congregation young man whom your father has connected with htm In tho bank Is somowhat mulsh and 1 think very unprincipled Ho spends money lavishly and of courso It Is your fathers money for ho has nono of his own Ho has Just returned from a stay of several months In tho vct and has married tho daughter of u merchant here Its ray opinion though that ho did not marry for love but for money I think from what I havo learned that ho met somo ono out west whom ho loves Your father made a groat dinner on tho occasion of tho wedding Inviting all hii wlfos relatives Tho I was there as was iiIjo Uv Whcdlcr minister pronounced It a most enjoyable meeting and I wondered If ho noted your abjetica or remembered that you woro a stranger to your father f r no goo Icauic I told tlljnin Istor afterward that I could not understand how your father cmld so far forgot hW own tlesh utvl blood rn tiho to his bosom those who werj notlil to him I told hlsi that In my opinion no parent could bo a oou W ho was go unrelenting Ho re Christian plied that sometime children tried their parents forely an teat m matter how Chris tiaa a man milit loitwus not in hi i nature to forgt one thng t IIj thought Drothtf lllntcbfcrd wax more forgiving than the ma Jority of men and ns f jr Sister Mlatchfod sUc was deserving of much sympathy for hers was a trying situation and no doubt her heart often Mrs Ulatcb hudbtuids wrongbled for ford has a brother Jcsph Spicltler whom your father has et up in business several tines Joioph doesnt vera to bo of any groat conse quence in a business wav nnd about all ho seems to havo any success at is fulling Ho has fsilcd cmurh already to make your father secral thousand iloPar oorer Ho h not the oiy one of Mrs lilitchfords relative who have hud your fathers assistance for nearly all of them have gone to him for money to tide Old MrSplckler Mrs ovi r hard pine s Ulatehfords mother has romn to live with your father and intends remaining tcero all her lifo I hope tho day will como when your father will seo and undo stand his duty and I think it will I 1 Make your own celery salt Orate dried celery root and mix with Itomj fourth Its quantity of fine table salt Grandmas Gingerbread Two cup of sugar five cups of sifted flour ono cup of butter one cup of milk tWo teaspoon fills ginger one teaspoonful soda Mix in tho fiour one desert Your father Is well nnd apparently con- spoonful cream of tartar Dotrolt Frco tented Ills wlfo li nil ho can desire I sup- Press pose slnco ho bows to her will In nil things To Remove Finger Marks upon Sho has her wny In tho homo nnd tho business Dissolve sal soda ono ounce and sho needs but to hint a wish to hnvo It grat Doors lllod Shu has brought tier sisters chll into one pint of soft water and go over to llvo with the soiled doors or other painted dren three In number woodi her and of course your father supports them Tho two youuscst girls ho lacpj work with it using a sponge or cloth following with a wiplng cloth slightly In collogc whllo thu other n young man grown ho has tulccu Into tho bauc with him making wrung out of hot clean water Chris Â¬ Ming fingers and faat toailn heart she drew tho letter from Its cover oud began to devour Its contents Hut soon tho Hush of hopo dtcd out of her face and a shadow of sorrow and grief dcci or than any it had ever worn succeeded The letter was not from her father but from a lady of her ncquulntance who wrote with more zeal than dlscre tlon A portion of It was as follows HOME HINTS ANQ HELPS Man Inquirer hr - carried out in softly tinted silks on a white ground are delicate and effective A pretty example is in pale green and pale pink silks scattered over a white silk ground A length of silk combined with olive or chestnut plush drapes an easel vjry satisfactorily N Y World To llcnovato Old Silk Dresses A A most satisfactory way writer says to renovate old silks is to boil an old kid glove in one pint of soft water until the glove shrinks to the size of a d childs hand the liquor will be glutinous when cold having brushed out every particle of dust sponge the silk thoroughly and smooth with a hot iron upon the wrong side Christian Inquirer A simple cream very nice for a sensitive skin consists of equal parts of lanolino and glycerine Put two ounces of cacli in a small tin can and stand it in a warm oven till the lanolino is entirely melted Then add a few drops of attar of roses rose water or lavender and stir the whole briskly while cooling otherwise the lanolino and glycerine will separate This is very softening and agreeable to the Â¬ four-year-olÂ¬ Crewel or stem stitch ombroidorica skin N Y World - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Uazar K O AGRICULTURAL HINTS FOR WATERING HOGS r ItumiliiK Water from a A Jnod Wuy Tiink or Well Tills in the plan of a lionwimulo hog tvntr which costs little or nothing It s to run the wutvr from u tank or artesian well Take u strong barrel a kerosene barrel Is the best and bore n hole below the middle Then put a pipe A into it letting it 2 inch gas project into the but rol about 5 inches Put in on elbow and u piece of pipe 0 Take a piece c iy Inches long 13 C 8 inches long and bore JVinch holes yitf inches apart In one insert a piece of J by 2 U 6 inches long In the top of this jnako a slot t J inches long and Next take n stick 15 14 inch wide inches long 15 yt inch thick and inch Uore two holes in this one in wide the end and the other IK inches back Put this in the slot in the l by a piece Jlorc a hole through this and put a pin 1 MANURE It Mut IIo This must absolutely be done nntl it must be done liberally Sixteen years experience in mnrkct gardening- has taught us that when this was douo we might expect better crops rood Reasons or bad ones insects or im intlic i- buying you may DIIV for fl substance mat mis the bulk but little plant food And in buying such manure time is lost labor is lost money is lost and the anxious grower is disappointed lo buy manure from livery stables you will get much sawdust and other bed ding that make up bulk but not one cent of value as manure until it Is thoroughly rotted oxcept what iiqulil it has absorbed hivery stable manure as a usual thing is handy to get and the gardener Is often induced to buy it and neglect home resources And here is where the cheapest manure is ob tained and where the best can he Â¬ Â¬ Vcrjr Liberally THE GARDEN Dons lTTutrlr ns Wi SEA HORSES AND SEA C as COWS made F 77 I An f through them both leaving the short end next to the other hole in the J by 4 Drive the J by 4 on the pipe and men mice a piece u 03 z and make a inches deep Bore a hole in slot 2 the slot and put a pin through it and the hole in the end of the lever Fasten a round piece of rubber F on the block a inches in diameter to fit over the top of the pipe Fix the other lever to the barrel as shown in the cut and fasten the two together with a good leather string J The iloat is a large board When the hogs drink the water down thu lever falls and the water runs in This raises the float and the lever shuts off the w ater The top of the barrel is covered with boards and the holes made just large enough for the hogs to get their noses in Frank Wig gins in I arm and Home THE CARE OF BEES AVlntor Protection Is to Keep the IIIvoh in u Cellnr The laws of nature are of universal application Animals cannot live without a certain amount of heat which is commonly called the vital heat And this is derived from the food Hence 1 when an animal is exposed to unusual cold it must use a larger quantity of t food- This applies all the same to man- i11 J i liiuu iu r iitiiii iiiKiiiiiii ui an Minis ami to insects Those animals as fish how Â¬ ever which have cold blood do not And this fact come in this category viz that food is consumed to produce 1 The I test Â¬ - 1 1 warmth and that warmth is necessary to the life of an animal is to be considered in the winter management of bees Thus when the bees are kept warm they will consume the least amount of food and as the food is a valuable and salable product it follows that for the most profit in bee keeping the bees must be kept as warm as 111113 be con- Â¬ sistent with healthfulness There are many contrivances for this purpose There are the chall hives so made that a spnee around the hive is packed with cut straw as a protection against the cold or rather as a means of retaining the heat of the hive Another means of protection is to pack the space around the hives in the covered stand with sheaves of straw Hut the best method is to winter the bees in a cellar in which the temperature may bo kept at such a point as will keep the bees comfortable without exciting them to Kvory motion of an animal is action accompanied by an expenditure of heat and to prevent this loss which repre- Â¬ sents exactly so much honey used as food and so much money too the bees must bo kept as nearly in a dormant state as may he and perfectly quiet This even low temperature is most eas ily maintained in a suitable cellar It must be dry nnd this is exceedingly important for the health of the bees depends upon it And another essen Â¬ tial is that there must be ample ventil- Â¬ ation Small vermin also must be ex- Â¬ cluded The temperature should be not less than forty degrees and not more than fifty degrees Troy N YJ Tunes Â¬ Â¬ J o garden successfully ono must manure heavily and tb Jbo able to do so he must get all tho manure he cau from every source but at tho snrao time he should be on his gunnl not to buy it at a price that will bo above the profit that may be derived from it To be a successful gardener is to make the most from the least outlnv nf mnnnv and labor Manuring heavily ii one of the greatest means to this effect To eeure this one must be energetic and not despise small things neither should he be too nice to lay hold but should carefully husband all material ut home great or small clean or filthy and con Â¬ vert it into plant food Where the gardener fattens hogs for his own meat he will iiud a grand resource for good manure for a fattening hog evac Â¬ uates an abundance of manure of the richest quality If no better way can be arranged he can pen his hogs in a lot and plant it to some garden crop the following season If the gardener is not mindful he will let much valuable manure wiste that is dropped around the stables in the lanes and in the henhouse Much good manure mightbe accumulated by form ing i compost heap at a convenient place and then throwing all suds from the laundry nil old woolen rags waste leather all rubbish from the garden etc upon it These materials hacto be disposed of someway and if com posted could be made into valuable plant food Keeping the soil loose and mellow enables it to absorb aud store up much ammonia from the atmosphere and absorb and hold the nitrogen brought down 03 the summer thunder showers Where the gardener can so arrange his crops as to keep a part of his garden in clover he may through the agency of this crop surply his soil with nitro- Â¬ gen much faster than his crops take have a friend who is mak from it ing gardening a success and he relics on clover to keep up his sol Another cheap manure I have noticed in try be gained by setting a portion of the garden in strawberries Ciiltivae them the firt year for the fruit and after bearing turn them under 1 have found the strawberry plant almost equal to clover as a renovater of the Another thing 1111113 gardeners soil neglect I am guilty somewhat my Â¬ self and so I know After their early crops are sold the refuse is left such as cabbage stalks beets radishes bean vines etc These draw the plant food already in the soil and thus it is wasted Thomas I ISaird in Ohio Farmer USEFUL COMBINATION A Poultry IIoiihc Iieonn I oft uml Shcili Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ years have passed the spddqs will be altogether exterminated and this will bo extremely unfortunate inasmuch as U10 people who Hvo in Arctic regions depend upon it to a great extent for their own survival Tho walrus has been called tho camol of tho fenquiraau To that race this creature is as impor- Â¬ tant and even osscntial as the ship of tho desert Is to the Arab or the cocoa palm to- quoto a vegotable simile to tho South Sea Islanders Its flesh is of uso for food its oil for warming and illuminating pur- Â¬ poses nnd Us tough skin strotched over wooden frames for making canoes Itut these aro only a fow of tho mes to which the wnlrus Is put Its intestines supply an admirable water proof clothing tho soles of tho flippers made into footgear and tho sinows aro emplo3cd in the manufacture of nets wherewith tq capture birds The ivory of the tusks is of excellent quality it is of endless utility for domestic purposes and is nlwnys of service as a medium of barter with traders for all tho products of civilization which may bo required b3 these savages of the North So indispensable is this beast that walrus famines are recorded in pathetic legends by all the savage settlements of tho Arctic Whole colonics of Esquimaux havo perished from time to time through an unusual scarcity of walrus at tho season when they wcro to bo expected At present their whiskers aro an import ant article of commerce being used by the Chinese ns picks for opium pipes Washington Star Mamma 1 want bouio water in a bowl I am going to christen my doll No little dear That would be trifling with a sacred subject Then give mo some wax to waxinatc her with Shos old enough now to havo something one to her Harners Bazar Bui finch 1 tell you what it is that Miss Smilax is simply out of sight Wooden Yes Ive noticed it every time live called Boston Courier Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ that it Is among the most useful There is a serious prospect that before many Masraaoth Antmnla Which r lUplilly Golne Out of lixUtenpr Writers of a century or moro ago tforo accustomed frequently to Apeak of the sea horse and sea cowM Uy tho first name they referred to tho wal-Â¬ rus which Is on6 Of the most interestÂ¬ ing of animals simply for the reason Advent CrUleUm The general Impulse to bostw prlM and the discrimination which alone gives praise and value are not vory often found in conjunction The man who unites these traits is a true bene factor and insptrcr of his fellows The general habit is to be niggardly of com mendatlon We seen to be afraid that if wo toll pcoplo thoy have dono well they will nevor do any better Adverse criticism is considered wholesome To fool always that more is expected of him is tho spur that overy man is sup-Â¬ pose to need But to express satisfaction even when performance warrants it is to say tho least of doubtful expediency if not positively mischievous Most plants and flowors thrlvo best in tho sunshine but human products it would apppear grow ripest and richest in tho dark and cold Examiner BEAUTYorPotlSHrTs DUBABIUTYCHEAPNESSUHEQUAlLEBt saving Labor Cleanliness ltu uuuh nouinuucui Irlnted Can You Find tho Word Thore is a 8 Inch display advertisement in this pitpor this week which has no two words aliko except ono word Tho sumo Is truo of cuoli new ono apt earing each week from Tho Dr Hurter Mediclno Co This houso places a Crescent on everything they nuiko and publish Ixok for It send them tho name of the word uud thoy will rutiirn you book beautiful lithographs or samples free Tun doctrlno that lilto cures like is 11 lustrated by tho fiict thut when poople tiro tho best thing for thorn to do is to retire Washington Star rhe Only On Ever akblV El IsKSSSRsasiiH RELIEVES rtEMOVES nil Stomach Distress Nauoco Sense of Fullness CONOISTIOH IAIK TltoCUES Cocons and Cotns Thoso who aro suf fering fiom Coughs Colds Soro Throat etc should try Buownb Buoxcmix Â¬ REVIVESPaiuno ENERGY RESTORES Kormnl Clrculatloa and WAnxs to Toe Tirs DR Sold only in boxts I I I The dlfferonco between an editor and wife Is thut his wilo sets things to rights while ho writcB things to set YouEers Statesman Dont fool with Indigestion nor with n disordered liver but tuko Becchums Pillscents a box for immculato roilor Wmcx you sot a hou on an ogg you expect a chicken but what do you expect when 3ou sot u dog on a trump Answer A lleo lusi A Aslsti AA AAA GOOD NEWS his Till MILLI0NSOFC0NSUMEnSOFA - HARTER MEDICINE CO 81 LmIs Ht I TuttsJPiUs a cl79 V notinco thnt ho is now jmltliif I FOR Z It Dr Tutt pleasure to an up I I TINT LIVER FILL tvllf nrnrnjtllnlwiMiillli 1b a V A Foutify Fecblo Lungs AgntnHt Winter with Halos Hoiey of llorchouud uud Tar Plkos Toothache Drops Curoln one minute Talking of tho thieves of tho present day tho greatest pirate of old was moro Kidu to them Philadelphia Timet 11 retaining nil tho virtues of tlio litriur mk ones Thoy nro ifunrnntned purely lloth Us of vKlnbloIssiiud Thu exacttlicsu pills B P nro still slio of mmfoitmmm jrjtjB LEGTROTYPING TUTTS TINY LIVEU PILLS shown lit tho border of this ad jpPPlG A iad verso perverse bo S TEREOTYPING OF THE HIGHEST GRADE PROMPTLY EXECUTED BY VlsTD Medical advice patient WnATdid William Tell Gjkls of a feather froclc together The leaves will turn but theyll nevor return Papa JonxNT Pnpn whut is fallacy -Its lolly seel Tint is the end tho bee said to the 003 Â¬ A N Kellogg Newspaper Go tho nnd results when Syrup of Figs is talcen it is plciisnut A wuit of nttachineut tho love lettcr- and refreshing to tho tosto and acts Wnshirgtun Star fcnlly yot promptly on tho Kidneys nnd Bowels cleanses tho sys- Â¬ 15 snro that vur character begins at ialveMon News tem effectually dispels colds head- Â¬ uonio aches and fevers nnd cures habitual In the game of life tho nporn composer constipation Syrup of Figs is tho Chicago Tunes makes thu most scores only remedy of its kind ovor proAs a tole stinlngltiventlon the bastinado duced pleasing to tho taeto and acIs worthy eminent mention Boston Cornceptable to tho stomach prompt in ier its action and truly beneficial in its Tun rautiouR natnroof tlio Indians may effects prepared only from tho moEt account lor their proferenco for accepting henlthy and agreeable substances its onichil KtatcinoiitH with reservations Bal timore American many oxcellent qualities commend it to all and havo xnado it tho most How do you know Jimpson is crazy Thats a popular remedy known Hes talking oat of his bond good sign Ho usually talks out of his Syrup of Figs is for ealo in 50c In Ono Structure N Y Herald uioiith and 1 bottles ny nil leading drugA poultry houso pigeon loft and open theater Any reliable druggist who bheds can be combined under ono rool ofTin Yuma Indians aro building atho per- Â¬ gists their own It Is expected that may not have it on hand will proand the cost be but little The design formances will bo mostly Ymimrotis so to cure it promptly fbr any one vybo is given to show a house for two flocks speak Philadelphia Ledger wikes to try it Do npi accept any of hens the doors to the roosting entitled Tiinnn fs apartments being on the sides under Keep Dogs a new book A fortune How to uubslitutW awaits in a City the sheds with an entrance hole near tho author who will toll how to keep cats CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO the bottom of the door The window out of a city Chicago Times BAN FRANCISCO CAL mi3 be of one sash but the partition HE IV YOHK iM irilWHe KY wonder what kind or lino It KtstrsoN of the roosting room should bo ar Is ho goes fishing that Budkins ranged so as to allow one half of tho ltahvavn breiltH usrs when 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7 1 nothing but 3 urn Detroit Frco Press -- tAMC DIIlATTTiirMi7MMttlY mil rATtntutj tut jwriU FARMERS Von are exposed to sudden changes of teinperaturo mid to Injuries LOOK OUT COCOA DADPS Dyna UBELLED 2 LB TINS ONLY EPPSS QRATEFUL COMFORTINQ BOILINQ WATER brMILr ThVOHKT rfssto with our dry or heated k but the have been teamedboorpounded green bones must or cut in fine pieces with knives There is a Agrcat- - dlfferonco in the valucrof fresh bones from the butcheranfl those that hnvebdan oxposod until IhoySarc vireen oones contain nime u pro v portion of meat and cnrtllago and are greedUy eaten by all classes of fowls -- round Itnucrt for Poultry Ground bones and cut bones are different A fresh green bono cannot well be ground It miy be crushed or pounded but not easily ground I land mills are in use that permit of grind ing bones that have become hard and Â¬ Â¬ POIIIjTKV HOtHK IJOKOX lOFJ sunns n trace chains a foul cider barrel can be readily cleaned The barrel should be rinsed with clear water A quart o xyhsky poured in lastly n 1 the barrc thoroughly rinsed with it will tlctroj aiW remaining foul odor 1 hv the aid of llmo water and two 4- ue wppcy putio4of eachtapartment cdJloY pTgeons the house mar he v 9 j The Bheds may bo 0pen9anl one pnu only or at both ends but it isbetter to havooneend open nnd the other end closed with n small window MrKo closed end The fcheds aro intended as resorts In severo weather to allow the It will be noticed hens to exercise boards form both tho sides that tho and tho roof thus entailing but a smnll cost The houso may be of any deslrdtlrebnt lfi foot board ulaVatod so as to allow ao feet of space width on the ground will allow eacb raostlug apartment to be 4 feet wide and eachÂ¬ shed to be C feet wide Farm and Fire- tj 3av ANI SPRAINS BRUISES CUTS WOUNDS SORENESS STIFFNESS SWELLINGS BACKACHE NEURALGIA SCIATICA BURNS A PROMPT AND PERMANENT CURE 1 B ST JACOBS Oil cures RHEUMATISM mU cleanlns umI it dropplngtooljfn dm NYMAN LOOMIS TlfKIN OHIO fainou Well JUnrlilurry The only mm WlaflBCa t r e ru l ni Wo Want Na ns aiiJ KMrtH of Evsrr CURED TO STAY CURED UrXAUL IUI VAYiM iPRsreldHarwBlD UFFALOfNV AtTM iATln tfftj Uu Jtu 1 VASELINE jelly Skin DfaeaijOB Hemorrhoids Bnrna Wounda SprainBIthBumatiBmIntornally Will Cure Croup Sun Bursa CbUbloina Etc Takon Coughs ColdB tioro Throat Eto PURE VASELINE 2 p1 AN INVALUABIE FAMILY REMED7 FOU InrtlciiUrnfrcB J4CKRON Mro M XiuiTuiafirtitMrUMiMiiw by thuriierillofur FumlullrtMfeK itlY HU Sss s fl AOEMTS a HipiHintl Im Ornnt Mystuni TuiiiB It iif iiinrttto Kumodr unit UIItuiis jyA5TpMSiS JrKtnl tirltto CoCoumMi O IUhlt T tjnur Brtnr liookkeplnirrnm4nhlpArni isUVHC itloBliorthnJto thoroughly taught wll Trtl Inmu fr writB -- Bat ABlMlUa bohW 10 15 IB 10 clj POMADE VASELINE 2 oz botllo VASELINE COLD CREAM VASELINE CAMPHOR ICE cftU to cpt yourmonoy If any Bo BALE EVEKTWilEKE AT AllOVE roaonly pu up ana anr the wnuine MM VASELINE SOAP Unsontd VASELINE SOAP Pertumid WHITE VASELINE 2 oz bottle CAMPHORATED VASELINE 2 oz battle CARBOLATED VASELINE 2 oz bottle 10 els Mo Poyltry and Pet Stick A AIIS 25 25 25 25 t lutf 11 VATtH 1 o mason Kimuvaku io 7 llHrMnm ClukVrv Vf Ilcmcdy for Catarrh Is the licst Kuslcrit lo Use and Chuapcat UIIHMWM W ins BHWWMW tin M uh lKICKA WMUW side Onk udvnntage with both ducks and geese Is that they can bo kept for breeding a number of years vitiio3i 0 CHE8EBROUCH 1 MANUFACTURING I for OToR lv vtlunJCD AW1Wa UK CHJCAl S COMPANY EM g PATJTTTTTTSlOWING XJXAAWAXiAJA This CoIUm ti ud chaugc fllll HLlllMl I I llilll lllril IJllLl UUllUmU IsrcMt rotJ to tbsparioi toullalBf la the lUli 3icAlonl Aa11aa cllr isBuuaimlorbovk ttia jrroaBi floor eecupyln to OldMt iiiiiuiiu entir tnr llluttrstrd tna world rVncl csulesa ititat In IM W rtu tti Mbritl U4mU ausl IW I TO INCREASED PATRONAGE cOc Bold hy lnwglstn or T UazeUlR -- ANK 11 M 9 BIS B ftf rent by ma4l Wans Iui i H VHH fi IZ74 u WUKU WK1T1NU stsUUukt fB saw tbs T0 ARVKKTMHN A4rtLuuU ia K atJHSfffvs V5 F - - ftVI Jh UA XUOUailTlUL TO TllK LASVt A Mlinrt 8Ujr A riddle knocking at the mind For an aJmlttnuco prost Hut being solved turned tall and flod Well Ill declare reflection said That was a trandonl gttcaVt Llpulncotts Mugurlne CONSUMPTION Its early stages can be cured In s J6TIN EFFECT NOV -- 15 1891 THE THE OLD KENTUCKY Newport News xwhh ROUTE E D your alstor You said hIic wasnt nt home Willie Willie De Peyatcr I inude n mistake I thought you wns trying tocollect a bill for a dry goods house- Cloak Kovidw Puppctte l - illU Krror Why here the prompt use of by JEWELER oflcrs the most complete line of goods for Mississippi Valley Co Ayers Cherry Pectoral It soothes the Inflamed tissues Our goods are first class ami our Wife You must thiuk all women are The Wrctclt WASHINGTON PHILADELPHIA BALTIMORE NEW YORK OLD POINT THE SEA SH6RE And all Eastern Citico nlikc Ilusbnnd Oh no I dont Id been a bachelor if they were Detroit free Press The Ureateit of All youth may sit up lato with a rjlri And show decoding Rail Out the corset that roc around her walnl Is tho greatest stayer of nil A aids expectoration and hastens recovery MTPRICESLOW Co No 36 E Main St Dr J C 1891 Ayer 1892 The Direct Lino to LEXINGTON LOUISVILLE KANSA8 CITY ST LOUIS CHATTANOOGA MEMPHIS luVlsltors to the city will receive our And all Points West and Northwest and South and Southwest best attention opp Court House KA8T BOUND Hit in Lowell Mass LEXINGTON KY Limited Accoro Fast Ml Express Daily Dally Ually ex 8un Le 7 35 llilladclphla Tltnca Consumption Cured M cured by taking Halls Catarrh Cure CO F J CHENEY Props Toledo 0 We tho undersigned have known F 1 Cheney for tho last 15 years and be lievo him perfectly honorable in all busi ness transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations mado by their hrm TitUAX Wholesale Druggists WK3T Â¬ Youre not halt baked my child 4yl N Y Hows This GocMlhoitrtA Suddon Clmnge We offer One Hundred Dollars reward Returned Tourist Is Mr Uoodheart for any cnuo of catarrh that cannot be till paying attentions to your duugh An old physician retired from prac tice having had placed in his hands by an East India missionary the formula of a simplo vegetable remedy for tho speedy and permanent cure of Consumption Bronchitis Catarrh Asthma and all Throat and Lung Affections also a posi- Â¬ tive and radical cure for Nervous Debil ity and all Nervous Complaints after having tested its wonderful curative pow Â¬ his He Oh Maryl 1 cant hold on any ers in thousands of cases tohas felt it his suffering mako it known duty to longer motive and a Actuated by Then wait till I got out of tho fellowsto reliovo humanthis She suffering I will desire way No uso losing a husband and a send free of charge to all who desire it now hat at tho same time Jury this recipe in German French or Eng 7 lish with full directions for preparing loitetL and using Sent by mail by uddressing I nsltod If flho know how to bake with stamp naming this paper W A 8ho looked at mo and smiled know whon things aro done I ruobs No yes 820 Powers Block Rochester I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY Normal and Preparatory School niiiiiiiiii finkiiiBi Efefl ri te iu inttiit vroiuli Rkw jkf I 4 en rod nil write Her nrll tcdar I yuu nr ipceil lpilonl I nn atlnllou Irlk la bilflr ittcli r flilr ullllriil Ktron jf lihr eifftm milillloii Lexington Winchester mil Intttllitnl Mt Sterling nltdara jou wtlito 7tT U 704 am 3 00pm 11 lugeiil Ashland Cnttlettsburg Huntington VtKST Ar 0 45pm 12 30pni 7 12pm i U5pin DAILY 12 10pm 10 07ptn 8 40am 12 28pm 10 23pm 8 59aru 12 50pm 11 47pm l 30am DAILY 8 23um 8 54u m 40am j icS w Mflim ll itlll work Indui- irlouflr hair to imilirt lliou nha Inilrctlua and no UN I Le 6 00 6 37 tattlettsburg Ashland Mt Huntington am 0 25 am kuJ Sterling I crer Ihjr Hi Winchester trill alto niniim Lexington lb tltutlou sr acallllr llllri tir In llilr own ntitr tliars uolblii 35pra 54pm am 2 05pm 1 1 6 45pm 7 14pm 7 27pm t t ua fey ttiiitniuut a I irblrli I 70a aa mount Hi xrii I am lun Ar 10 27 am 11 15 nm 12 05pm 5 5 C 08pm 120pm 45pm 1 55pm 20pm 2 45pm Ex8un v mkwklmAlmmGmaiMmbw connection with Chesapeake Ohio ul F V to New York cMrul Past Mail Trains run daily and make Nullilnr dinicuil la Itrn or Ibt lnuul stopa between Lexington aud Hunt iiiucb rrrlraalb lllllM bar a 1 In Limited Vkstiiiuied Trains run dally rqulr unir iiiii on A at VBSSSSSSSSSBBBBBB bbssssssssMbbb1 f BBSSSSSSSBjH 2rJKciBBUKnlf2l VSi--TTtTV JH MlAli Indeed he isnt paying her any at tention at all Indeed Did he jilt her N Y Weekly No ho married her er ftrutlilil with m Iplojnieiit a Ur Inunibr who llioutnil Dollar a Ttr acb All l nTT maklnicortrTlir lolliliur I nil Iirtliiilir fi3e AfWr I o know 11 If too Aildrcil conclude to mi fnrthrr wbr no hnu ilon - W79wk - lr r fflr XctVOii wlwi mwWfc - GymWWmmi nTif SWIl t 2 count llh iiruit ftoai illlricl or I nut ington hTttl- - tions run daily Huntington LexinAton k Moreiiead accommoda- Â¬ u ton Mt Sterling accommodations run daily except Sunday Washington aud New York without change CHAS L BROWN Q W BARNEY Gen Agent Gen Pass Agent LEXINGTON KY W Moreiiead and Lexinc U C AIIKX llox 4Q Â¬ 3aBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBf7LHFCLBls ONLY FOR A Toledo Waldino Kijsman 0 fe sale Druggists Toledo Marvin Whole- Â¬ inter- Â¬ Â¬ nally acting directly upon the blood and Testimucous surfaces of the system monials sent free Prico 75c per bottle Sold by all druggists Quite m Different Thine Have you ovor road any of Ella Halls Catarrh Cure is taken 0 i I asked a Wheeler Wilcoxs poems Murray Hill lady gontleman of a Why sir tho very question is an insult Do you really think I would read any literature of that kind Dont get angry 1 thought porhaps you wore familiar with them from the way you talked Well so I am but it docs not fol- Â¬ I always low that I over read them them out loud to mako my niece read Texas Sittings me Fatal Mil take 1leshy Customer What is tho prico of this rocking chair Raw Salesman Ono dollar and sixty cents maam but but heros a much or stronger one for the samo prico Fleshy Customer frigidly 1 want it for my daughter bu I dont thiuk you have anything that will suit Chicago Tribune Waddles out Mr Wrm T Price a justice of the peace nt Richland Nebraska was conSECOND TERM BEGAN fined to his bed last winter with a severe MONDAY NOVEMBER 16 1891 attack of lumbago but a thorough application of Chamberlaius Pain Balm TEACHERS COURSE embraces nil the enabled him to get up and go to work Common brioches required in The remedy can not be Theory and Practice the specialty Schools Mr Prico says Daily a Let any one drills for Teachers recommended too highly troubled with rheumatism neuralgia or BUSINESS COURSE embraces the Tea lame back givo it a trial and they will chers Course Rook Keeping Business 50 cent bottles Forms and Transactions and Commercial be of the same opinion Laws Swango for salo by Rose ENGLISH COURSE prepares for Ken tuclcy University and Colleges of that class- Tho Put a I Cup MODERN LANGUAGES ANCIENT Mrs Morris So you have lost your new girl Our rates arc less than any school in Eastern Kentucky Rates of Tuition per Month Mrs Benedict Yes when she broke Charleys pet coffee cup and gave him a new one with Love the Giver on it I thought it was time to let her go sCrPayable one half on entering School Puck the other at middle of term Chnmberlaluns Eye and Skin Ointment BOARDING A certain euro for Chronic Sore Eyes arThere will be no more trouble about Tetter Salt Rheum Scald Head Old too high board the cost of board and lodgChronic Sores FevorSores Eczema Itch ing will he only 200 pkr WKKK KVERY Prairie Scratches Sore Nipples and Piles THING furnished We can accommodate building new our It is cooling and sodthing Hundreds of sixty boarders in fare new teachers live in The furniture and Rood cases have been cured by it after all other the Academy treatment had failed It is put up in 25 charge of the Home and hare the immediate boarders D G Combs is the aud 50 cent boxes For salo by Rose caterer no better cun be found oct9yl Swango Â¬ Â¬ wemm DECKER BROTHERS 100 Augiialw Mulno Through Sleeping Cars to and from II Harrison Gen Agent Ashland Kt GRAND PIANO AND A rqrrnjrzjrwA KENTUCKY CENTRAL RAILWAY HIUK GKASS KOUTK YEARS SUBSCRIPTION TO THE WEEKLY ENQUIRER SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTK FROM CENTRAL KENTUCKY TO ALL POINTS Â¬ A Decker Bro Grand Upright Piano 965000 NORTH EAST WEST AND SOUTHWEST A Gladiator Watch and Case 3000 A Lemaire 24 line Field Glass 2000 FAST LINE BETWEEN LEXING- Â¬ A Holman Parallel Bible 1300 TON AND CINCINNATI A Venice Ptrlor Clock 1200 firS0HEDULE in Effect Nov 15 1891 A High Grade Safety Bicycle An Elgin Watch and Bosb Case A 12500 2500 No 3 100 150 and 200 Â¬ Haydock Rice Coil Spring nandy Top lf ggy f A Railway Watch in 14 Karat Case 7500 in Wattersl ALife Scholarship 7 JUU Commercial College f A Six Octave Champion Organ 20000 A Doable Barrel Shot Gun 3000 A Silverene Case 7 jewel Watch 1000 A High Arm Improved Sewing Hachine5500 A 15 jewel Watch Boss Case 3500 A Five Octave Parlor Organ 15000 A Gladiator Watch Dueber Case 3000 A John 0 Dueber Watch Case 4000 mM South Bound Cincinnati Coviugton Puris No 1 Accom Daily Express Fst Le Ex Sua 11 18 Paris Lexington Winchester Richmond Livingston Corbin Lc 8 10 am 8 18am Ar lOnn 1100 pm 700pni U 15pm Le II lb am 7 05 pm Ar 12 lOtiu 12 1 am 8 00 pm 8 08 pm 10 23 pm 2 55 pm 3 02 pm tilOpui 3ripm 7 65pm Middlesborough Cumberland Uap Jellico Richmond Lancaster Stanford Corbin WilliaiDsburir Le 3 05 pin 4 50 pm 7 35pm 7 55 j i m 4 50 t pm aviabiiiiiiiiiiuiiimiiituiiiimiiiiircWiw each of tho following Printing executed at this office in the high to one pupil from viz Rreathitt Clay El mountain counties at satisfactory prices Swango desire to inform the est style of the art and sale bills Ac Work liott Flovd Harbin Johnson Knott Lee what will be the number of subscribers Rose Noteneads envelopes public that they are agents for tho most promptly done and nothing but the best Leslie Letcher Lawrence Martin Magoffin in tho five largest lists received from Menelce Morgan Owsley Perry Pike Pow successful preparation that has yet been material used Send for estimates ell and Rowan provided suoh arrange- Nov 1 91 to March 31 92 produced for coughs colds ana croup ments have been muds for the competitive For same term lost winter it was It will loosen and roliove a severe cold in examination b the common school authorless timo than any other treatment The with their consent as shall enable 2999 and the winter before was 1405 ities or Tho premiums are to be presented each student of common school grades to articlo referred to is Chamberlains Cough Â¬ mmmmmmmm And 82 other valuable premiums will bo presented to yearly subscribers of Any scholars takii g first and second honors on the completion of their courses in the the Weekly Enquirer in April 1892 Academy ahull be entitled to a free scholar Enclose one dollar for a years subship each in Kentucky University A free scholarship in the Academy will be awarded scription to tho Weekly Enquirer and FREE SCHOLARSHIPS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 5 45 pm Ar 6 20 pm Le 1 50 pm 4 Â¬ North Bound Stautord Lancaster Richmond Jellico Cumbd Ar 520 pm No 2 45pm No 4 NoC GUESS Daily Express Daily Daily Ex Sun 7 00am 7 50 am 10 15 am Le Â¬ Â¬ Ar Le S Hemedy It is a medicine that has won fame and popularity on its merits and ono that can always be depended upon It is tho only known remedy that will provent croup It must bo tried to bo appreciated It is put up in 50 cent and 1 bottlca VU lie Wa v A She No Im not engaged to him If you saw us sitting and talking togothor you could easily seo there was nothing between us He -- I did and not seeing anything between you thought you were en- Â¬ gaged Life Tho senior proprietor of this paper has been subject to frequent colds for so mo years which were sure to lay him up if hot doctored at onco He finds that Chamberlains Cough Remedy is reliable It opona tho secretions relioves tho lungsÂ¬ and restores tho system to a healthy con dition If freely used as soon as the cold has been contracted and before it has becomo settled in tho system it greatly lessens tho attack and often cures fn a single day what would otherwise havo been a severe cold Northwestern Hotel Reporter Des Moines Iowa 50 cent bottles for sale by Rose Sc Swango Youuk Maa compete for the scholarship and the appli- to those whose guesses are correct or cant therefor shall bear a certificate from For full list examiner that he has obtained the high nearest correct 26 PROFESSORS and INSTRUCTORS the mark attained upon the examination in Weekly Enquirer now the largest see 12 est Agricultural Sclontifto Engineering his county page dollar a year paper in the United Classioal Normal School Aoademio Wo would advise all to enter at tho beCommercial and Military Courses of ginning of a term but you can enter at any States - time and classes will be arranged Study o COMPANY You cannot find a better school in the OOUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED mountains of Kentucky Our rates are low CINCINNATI O FREE OP TUITION our methods of teaching Normal we keep Fall term begins September Oth 1801 abreast with the tide of education Our pu WANTED Board in dormitory 2 per week in private pils are our best advertisement We refer families 350 to 1 For Catalogue address you to them Good Solicitors mako from 200 to 800 Hazel Green Is the prettiest town in East a day during Winter Season Only those JA8 K PATTERSON ern Kentucky free from muny of ills of willing to work ladies or gentlemen need LEXINGTON KY railway towns aud those of more popula apply ENQUIRER COMPANY Cincinnati 0tion no saloons or harbors of temptation welcome strangers and influ The people Thk Hkkalu and Cincinnati Weekly ences for good are thrown around them Enquirer one year for only f 180 and All boarders will be under the supervision now in the time to subscribe of the teachers Send for catalogues etc WINCHESTER KY SoIeRtif o American WM H AL Mav 8 1891 AeRoy fer N II WITIIER8POON President R D HUNTER Cashier Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mrasiiB 0 PhD Â¬ WHllatnHbunr Corbin Ar MlddlesliHrough Corbin UuiLe Ar Le Hot M 1 11 1 LlOF KENTUCKY Livingston il 8 05 am 8 45 am 9 35 am 8 33 am 0 58 am 9 25 am 11 05 am 11 Livingston ENQUIRER KGENTS Richmond Winchester Paris Lexington Paris Covington S R Cincinnati 6 Ar 6 7 Le 7 7 Ar 10 Le Ar 11 05 am 12 41 pm 55 am 1 35 pm 45am 2 27 pm 00 am 2 00 pm 53 a in 2 37 pm 54 am 5 35 pm 00 am 5 45 pm C 15am 3 45pia 4 25 pm 6 37 pin 0 45p Â¬ Â¬ Office Â¬ THE WINCHESTER BANK - Â¬ Wf 4 Ruys a good Gold Watch by our Club Sys tem Our 14 karat gold tilled cases are war ranted Jor20 years Fine Elgin orWnltham Stem wind and set Ladys or This Bank solicits the accounts of merÂ¬ movement CAVEATS chants farmers traders and business men Gents size Equal to any 50 watch To generally throughout Eastern Kentucky sccuro agents where we have none we sell nillOH PATKNTM COPYRIGHTS HIJU UUCP 113 culiuiucin vtcij iraimiiiimi one of tho Hunting Case Watches for the t the most liberal terms within the limits of Club price 28 and seiul C O I by express For Information and fre Handbook writ to MUNN A CO 361 BROADWAT NEW YoaK octlSly legitimate banking with privilege of examination before paving OldMt bureau for Mcartaa pateata In Amerlea for same Krerr patent taken out by u la brought before Ue publto by a notlos glren free of charge la the Our Agent at Durham N C writes VretliBlaary Tactic Our jewelers have eon fessed they dont Wlnlclo Miss Teaser is taking a know how you can furnish such work for course in wood carving Livery Feed and Sale Stable the money Larxfttt circulation of any adenUBo paper In the Our Agent at Heath Springs S C write Nodd What is her idea world Splendidly lllattrated u Your watches take at sight The gen Â¬ No Intelligent Winkle I understand that she in HAZEL GREEN KY ahould be without it Weekly SSStf tleman who trot the last watch said that he Kan llW alx month Addreia MUNN CO yean Puck tends opening a boarding house tOBU8UK8 301 Broadway New York watches in jeirDouble and Single examined and priced a jewelers than yourt were no better Wllkea Colt 3B0OOO CLARENDON Rigs and Saddle Horses lanraster that price was 45 for hire Parties convey but the Cor Limeutone and Short at E 11 Barnum of Maitland Mo Agent rcnnlngton Tex writes ed to any point on reason OurAm In at Lkxinoton Ky writes under date Oct 25th as follows receipt of the watch and am able tortus W H ROSWELL lROPiuirron pleased without measure All who have I enclose you order for Quiuns Oint Â¬ would be cheap at 40 There has been added an Annex with 20 ment the bottle I received f rum you frfirl will also attend to all calls for auc seen R ay it jttrOue good reliable Agent wanted for large well ventjlated rooms Street Cars some time since has saved a fine Wilkes tioneering and solicit business of this klud pass the door every live tnimiUi Located each place Write for particulars Respectfully fce colt for me worth 1350000 It is a grand within two squares of depot Empire Watch Co New York JOHN II PIER AIT Â¬ Paid up Capital Surplus 20000000 ONE DOLLAR WEEKLY 6000000 Â¬ ISflniH i Chamber of Commerce Building Cincinnati Ohio No 1 Daily to all points except Rowland Division which is duilv except Sunday No 2 Runs dally except Sunday from Lexington to Cincinnati No 1 Runs daily No 4 Runs dailv from all stations ex cept the Rowland Division which I daily except Sundav No 0 Dally except Sunday No I Dally between Cincinnati and Lex incton in Nos 1 and 3 make connections at M V h Chester for points on the N N No 1 Carries through ears from Clnel uati to Middlesborough aud Cumberland Gap and all intermediate stations and r dally Gen Pass Agt General Offices Louisville Ky 8 F R Morse Asst Gen Pass Agt Traffic Manager Knott P Atmohb Â¬ nTPIERATf cicuiifa JMnmcau HOTS town I Â¬ K Â¬ THE CsTestsand Trade Marks obtained and all lat ent hnslnws conducted for MotJerale Fei Our Offlce It OprwiMe US Patent 0ce and wo can secure patent la lets time than tn remote from Waahtngton Bend mtKlel drawing or nboto with descrip tion We advUe If patentable or wot free or charge Our fee not due till patentls aewre A Psmahlet How to Obtalu Patents wlia names ofactual clients Inyouratate countyor Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ remedy Bold by How Swango CASNOWCO OtBtsMfi tent free Address Pattnt Offet WashlaatQA 0 C