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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 3 SPENCER COOPER Ownor nntl Editor Hazel Green Herale it U1 n- - nr l i t olsy sisvuxtIFynar worm wun wows From All Nations Lumbrinc at His Baok Sl00 A YEAR Always In Advance HAZEL GRUION WOLFE COUNTY KYf FRIDAY JANUARY REVISING THE TARIFF L2 1802 NUMBER 44 ESCAPED FROM MT STERLING JAIL JUDICIAL REDISTRICTING W A b OBAND FURNITURE rl1nnUmAMTtil Democratic Member Consider tin Man How tho UeviHory ommUhioii Hun Kl Iouan Murphy Under Sentence of Death tiicri Hit tho Irolileiu anil Two Other IiImhoin Khcuc ner or Attacking tin 12 II The Frankfort correspondent of the Logan Murphy who murdered his fa- Â¬ There was an informal conference of a i number of the Democratic members of Courier Journal under date of Ian Ill ther Isaac Murphy in Magoffin county in the Montgomery county jail for safo the Waysand Means Committee at Wash- - says The Senate Committee on Judicial Re- - keeping under pcntenco of death nwait ington Thursday of last week but upon a very general interchange of views noth distrieting held another session this after inir the action of tho Court of Anneals noon lleforo proceeding to business and John Casslty of Mcnefee countv in GREAT FIFTY CENTS ON THIS DOLLAR ing was lone The majority so far as can be learned Chairman Clates commented upon the iail for stealing and T R IHirts of tho has not yet decided upon paragraphs of importance of the undertaking with in- - world at large held for forgery broke the McKinley tariff act to be first at terests represented in all sections of the iail here Wednesday niirlit about dark tacked Mr Springer had his free wool State directly involved and reconunendid i Uy means of u piece of plank which bill ready and its provisions were dis nun li wouki tie eminently proper to co- - tney used as a pry and tools glvci them Subsequently Mr operate with the House Committee in from the outside they succeeded in db cussed informally acini tho ton of an upriuht stone divi Mr Uarri Springer said that as soon as an opportu Â¬ determining upon a report nity came he would on his own respon- sou is Chairman of the House Commit- ding a window of the jail near the west sibility introduce the bill in the House tee and he with other members was con outer wall on the south Hide making an for reference to the Ways and Means suited and he agreed that it was best to opening sufficient to squcezo through What arrangements and by squirreling along ome ten or Committee Its provisions are the same work conjointly will be made to perfect this plan cannot twelve feet they reached tho top of the We arc going to make Mime improvements in our store room after as those contained in the bill heretofore From thero they climbed or laiiiniry 1st The contract is signed and scaled with the made public through the Associated be stated It was concluded in a general west wall contractors consequently we are compelled t6 Press except that there are some slight way that tho State should be divided into jumped down in the little alley at tho Murphy went sell our stock or pack it away We prechanges made in the paragraph relating thirty judicial districts outside of Lou- rear of the iail office isville and leflerson county which are to down the alley eastward but his way fer telling it at a sacrifice to wool waste At jrres ent there was obstructed by tall fences and locked The principal discussion was upon the be allowed four judges are nineteen judicial districts in Ken- Â¬ gales uo he turned and entering the rear probable effect on the revenues of various proposed tariff measures The fact that tucky with several additional and spe- Â¬ of the National hotel came through that the revenue and expenditures of the gov Â¬ cial courts as for instance the Common building to tho front and ran down Mnysvillo street to tho Phojnix stables ernment now according to Democratic Pleas tribunal in Christian county Tho HutiM Committee had already where he was caught by Sam Kogcrsand assertions show an excess of the latter Every suit of Clothes every Overcoat every Pair of Pants over the former must be taken into care called upon thePevisory Commission be others and taken back to jail Cassity will just split them in half This marked in plain figures We ful consideration members of the major- Â¬ fore the Senate Committee met and se and Higgs climbed thefenco at tho front means 50 cents on the dollar The cheapest sale of line ready ity side of the committee say in deciding cured all the information that was to be near the corner of the jail office and made Clothing in Kentucky upon any scheme for the revision of the had from that source on the division of made good their escape Murphy- was Our business is not conducted by fakes and guessing schemes tariff and they will seek for estimates districts Putin the meeting that fol armed with a big dangerous knife and The man thats selling watch chains on the street corner for giving the eflbct on the revenues of va- lowed com moil use was made of the was without a coat when caught throwing in a watch just to show his generosity needs watching Higgs is the man who forged English rious tariff propositions The assertion facts and they wero variously but not Rtinco Steercrs Puzzle Dazzle tricksters and green goods upprovingly discussed Andersons name to v check Uo is tho made in the ilolman resolution that the Insharps always promise great returns from small investments This is the way the commission had son of a preacher and his lawyers havo treasury is bare is likely to have influ telligent minds are on to the racket and take no stock in such figured it out been setting tin tho plea of insanity in ence upon tariff legislation humbuggery Tis value they want First Judicial District 05171 popula order to clear liitn lie is said to havo At the informal conference of Demoaimed the escape and directed the work cratic members of the Ways and Means tion Craves Fulton Hickman Carlisle Ho may be crazy but as Alat bcott re day it was aired that the and Ballard Committee to Second J2119 McCracken Marshall marked there is Homo method in his several bills which had been drawn up by Livingston Lyon and Crittenden madness various iiiuniuurs oi uiu committee and 100 CENTS WORTH OF GOODS Third 02095 Christian Trigg a d Latku Young Cassity after a nlmrp generally discussed and approved by the chase was arrested by Georgonnd James Democratic majority should be intro- Calloway -- F0R 100 CENTS IN CASH Fourth 72119 Hopkins Caldwell Lee on tho Grassy Lick pike about four duced by their authors at once in the miles from the city yesterday morning Webster and Union House and referred to the committee Fifth 72H3 Henderson Daviess and and was brought back to jail Ho told Is what we give the-- people But at this sale As a result of this agreement and the them that the prisoners had outside help conference with his Democratic colleagues McLean Sixth 77537 Logan Tcdd Mulilen- - to escape One Jim Hoot a negro who of the committee Mr Bryan of Nehad formerly worked about the iail gave 100 GENTS WORTH AT 50 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR braska will to morrow ask consent to in- buig ami liutlcr venth 00520 Ohio Hrcokinridio them two chisels a punch and a largo troduce in the House the following knife and by means of tho chisel they On and after the first day of October Hancock and Meade Every article in our establishment is ticketed at the lowest Kighthi58Gl Hardin Grayson Hart cut enough from the top of the stone to 1892 the following articles mentioned in remove it Tho knife found in Murphys price possible The stamp of durability is on every garment this section when imported shall be ex- Â¬ and Larue Ninth 52713 Warren Kdinondson pocket when caught is the knife handed If you have not dealt with us ask your neighbor who has empt from duty Timber hewn and He also stated that tho We invite you to our store feeling assured that you will be pleased in by Boots sawed and timber used for spars and in Simpson and Allen and satisfied with the matchless values we oiler Tenth 075110 Parron Green Adair Wiggin tons and Cox and Keetou could with our garments building wharves timber square or sided have escaped but refused to tako advan Â¬ wood unmanufactured not specially enu Â¬ Metcalfe and Monroe Eleventh 51 III Marion Washing tage of the opportunity Sentinel-Democrmerated or provided for sawed boards Jan 11 planks deals and all other articles of ton Taylor Nelson and Bullitt Twelfth 00005 Sponcer Shelby Oldsawed lumber hubs for wheels posts THEY WANT BETTER PAY last blocks wagon blocks onr blocks gun ham Henry Trimble and Carroll Thirteenth 55503 Franklin Wood lonrth CliiHM 1nwtmiiHtorN In Convention blocks heading blocks mid all like blocks nt AViiMliliiKtnii or sticks rough hewn or sawed only ford Jessamine and Anderson Fourteenth 15930 Morcor Poyle 70 fourth class postiiastors rep About laths shingles clapboards pine or spruce pscntiiig twenty StateH met at Washing Â¬ logs Provided that if any export duty Garrard Lincoln and Casey Pulaski Wayne ton in national convention on the 1 ltli Fifteenth 52178 is laid upon the above mentioned articles Russell Clinton and Cumberland iust and eflected a permanent organiza- Â¬ or either of them by any country whence Sixteenth 57610 Laurel Whitley tion by electing the following officers articles embraced in this imported all President S G Bennett Kittanning O act imported from said country shall lie Knox and Clay Seventeenth 59201 Rockcastle Mad- Secretary G R Garver Striudiurg O subject to duty as now provided by law Bl jmmm3wh ciwiMPoBBm iuiiifcAkiBEMBMiBEl5fi0fcBI FOtwi Treasurer W A Massaler LaGrange Mr Bryan will also introduce three ison Jackson Owsley and Estill Eighteenth 58105 Fayette Clark and Mo and a list of Vieo Prcsjljonts other bills making the following provisBourbon Messrs Siple of Missouri Knowles of ions respectively Nineteenth 08 1 1 8 Harrison Scott Illinois and Hopkins of Nebraska wero That binding twine for bindinggrain Owen Grant and Gallatin appointed a committee to prepare u bill made in whole or in part from jute Twentieth 5yl7 Boone and Kenton embodying tho views of tho convention hemp sunt manilla sis al or any other Twenty first 50551 Campbell and upon the subject of compensation of textile grasses or fibrous vegetable sub Committees fourth class postmasters stances when imported from other coun- Â¬ Pendleton cs X mtm y xj y yJ NirvfF vffar Twenty second Bracken Mason Rob were also appointed to appear before the tries shall be exempt from all custom duertson Pendleton and Lewis Senate and House Committees on Post ties Twenty third Bath Rowan Mont- - office and Post roads in tho interest of That after the end of the present eomery Powell and Nicholas the bill approved by the convention fiscal year barbed wire of all kinds ami Twenty fourth Greenup Iloyd CarThe bill as finally agreed upon allows iron rods for fencing shall be admitted YEARS free of duty at all ports of the United ter Lawrence and Elliott 100 per cent yearlj compensation on tho REMEDIES FOR HAS LED AIL WORM Twenty fifth 11905 Morgan Wolfe first 100 in cancellations per quarter States Lee Magoffin and Breathitt EVERYWHERE on the noxt 100 or less per quarter Oi I SOLD 1892 all salt That after October EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED Twenty sixth 19508 Johnson Mar- per cent on tho next 200 or less per fine and coarse in bulk or in hags wicks quarter 50 per cent and on all tho bal Â¬ barrels or other package shall bo ad tin Floyd Knott and Pike PREPARED W RieHARDSON TAYLQR MED CO STLOUIJMO Twenty seventh 33725 Lotcher Per- ance 10 per cent in addition to box rents mitted free of dutv at all ports of the BiMiBWirmiTTTi r mii n ry Leslie Bell and Harlan The total compensation of any postmaster United States Four districts the Viwenty eighth at any fourth class office shall not be less Twenty ninth Thirtieth and Thirty first than 25 per annum Tho Postmaster XntfJH from Andltorti Itupnrt The number of idiotssupported by the are allotted to Louisville and leflerson General is directed to allow for rent light State to June 50 1S90 was Ipi3 the county the committeemen not more than and fuel 15 per year when the commis Of all sions fall below 50 and in gradually in Â¬ number in 1891 1195 an increase of 22 two wero even favorably inclined to the creasing scale expenses are to bo allowed AT THK over 1890 diagram In passing it the maximum of 150 Clerk hire is The amounts for support of idiots in Commissions may be remarked that in this matter provided for at tho rato of from 10 to 1890 was 992795 the amount paid in is an infinito variety of interests gjjof h year 1891 was til 48240 784550 less in there hi iiu 1891 than in 1890 caused by the coun pomicm juuicmi nun ju imiuiu served and it is going to be the hardest WICK KENDALL AT WORK ties being required to piy 20 of each al matter in the world to draw the lines to To i n lowance although the number of idiots Ooviirninciit llnlldliitr for Mt Ster suit everybody or even a very limited ling unci Wior AiroiitlittlniH in 1891 was 22 in ox cess of 1890 cent of everybody to be eflected one Breakfast from 5 A M The number of pauper lunatics outside per or another There are men here who A Washington City dispatch to tho Regular Meals 25 Cents Meals to Order at All Hours way m Oy of asylums in 1891 supported by the came to Frankfort mainly for the purpose Courier Journal says Representative Supper from 5 v M to f 8 i M to 9 a m Dinner from 10 A m to Kendall of the Tenth Kentucky District Open from A m to - State is 105 of taking a baud in the judicial reditors Lamb Fries Fish Chickens and Quails a specialty Eiglitv foiir idiots died from July sricting They havo their objects to at- has several imjMirtant bills for his district LUICART Proprietor CUS 1891 18S9 to June M tain ami these objeetsare in intiny cases which ho introduced Monday Ono of in which ho is very much inter II D Lyon superintendent branch diametrically opposite Clashes are in the bills penitentiary was paid 2200 from July evitable ami it will be a long time beforo estcd is a bill providing for a 200000 I will tnJtlno MO 1N5II In lKKJ SMI things arc finally straightened out nublie building at Mt Sterling was paid for auporintcndciiey of this in Alrout the only ngreeiuent so far reached iiave enough statistics from tho leading said he to stitution is that then are to be thirty districts out- - citieus ol Mt Sterling CUtTCEN KY COUVI uce tliounmmitteeoii 1ublie Build- There were only five tavern licenwcB ii r in- fr wl I IriiiiiilL lint tlin irnviirtiimuif iiiru issued during the vear 1890 91 upon wants to be a 7 V district tseir ami sir t oen liiiHinosM Is such as to warrant a public b7 10 each was paid into which a ILenxcof Campbell ImildiiiL for MtSterlinu Mr Kendall the treasury Onl Hill Stock Ilirni has several hill in preparation asking for One hundred and five malt liquor li VSI DIUIKU IN W C Roger of Lebanon Ky in or- - an appropriation forthe Licking and Ken censes wero issued during 1890 91 at 10 flnrlmr Oiiiiintt int niiMit nililx fiillmvimr tucky rivers and to finish tho dam now each Three hundred and eighteen spirituous postscript It is the best thing J havo lifiiiL built mi Big Siudv The dam wero tostied over used J his is tho universal ex Â¬ about two thirds completed and vinous liquor licensee For pression from Maine to California during 1S90 9J at 10 each W7V- And Trimmings of AH Kinds Megrimine the only permanent euro One thousand nine hundred and sixty Curbs Splints Spavins Wiudpufi and SSrijSSESSfe WXJ2Sfflii for all forms of headuuho and neuralgia two vinous and malt liquor licemes were Bunches it takes the lead I am prepared to funM on lnrt notice and at relieves tho pain in from 15 to 20 niin- issued during 1890 91 at 110 each i KINDS AND WKS fro tin cle pest to the vr driest I utes For sale on positive uuaranteo at Mrs Emma Lumpkliis the well known Ml I liuvi- - a lino luiri mm Thirty two licenses toholl pistol and than von emi hnv the t rfmuiinirs Price of t nfflii Iron j up II i 111111 m tuuve or wait ixwutiiiu uy in urws maker at Juei Ky now lias a nieo uu II bowie knives wero issued in Kentucky vlll deliver coffin cheap Frankfort ArgtiH liue of ladies hats and is prepared to do mail on receipt of price CO ccptM u box 1890 91 at 10 eauji any kind ot worK in tuat 11m T A hiir iail delivery Wfu frustrated at In rondmiinlnir the VntlitV of WoiUCIl s ImnlM Mv arrangements are miH that lean fiirnili The Calhoun Courier has nUHpeudcd Lexington by the lyiitchfiiluow of tjus the fire liny thciinclvs men eoinplaiuof jailor publication K U v kindle VirJ rcped fully WeMoumtlieLossofProfl I SSLE CLOTHING Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mmm Â¬ Â¬ - 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ at L LEADING C STRAUS CLOTHIERS Â¬ LEXINGTON KENTUCKY Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE 20 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ OPENWW Lexington Ky Â¬ Xtagllsh Kitchen No 12 W Short Street UAZKL I Â¬ Â¬ 1- Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ 1 I UNDERTAKER Â¬ C0FFI1ISCASKETS lVriftvihS 1 -- 1 OF ALL KINDS REPAIRED 1 Twihn - m jj iJMmjPmmsIMw v B mwr s n Tpr Ki sa v x r RWtWtVl iHPfffVwVM Hazel Green Herald I SPKNOEfl COOPER Publisher HAZEL GREEN AN t KY OLD RAILROADERS Mko Chicken STORY morning tho most disconsolate man on Gods earth I had been hurt on tho road several years before was unable to work and was trying to get back home to old Lafayette Ind as I thought to die I was hungry and tired and didnt have a cent in tho world and to see the people step up to the lunch counter and call for hot coftoo that was smelling to Heaven was enough to set a poor flat broke invalid crazy 1 had begun to think that all 1113 friends had been conveniently translated bodily from earth to Heaven when a tall handsome conductor with a silver lamp and gold banded enp approached me and in- Â¬ quired Didnt you fire an engine about five years ago on the western division of tho Wabash Yes115 roplied and it was a sony day that I evor went to railroading Do you recognize me No sir And yet I thought his face began to nsssumo tho angelic Well I will refresh your memory Do you recollect of risking your life one dark stormy night in crawling over a freight train to warn a green brakeman about a dangerous overhead bridgo below Attica You bot I do Hut youre not Hilly D tho brakeman No sir No moro Hilly in mine its Will sweet Will conductor on the through passenger and ho broke into a musical laugh that nearly rattled the dishes on the lunch counter Tho tears curno to my eyes in spito of me for I was weak weary and Ho noticed them and heartsick clasping my hand said in tho Hwcetest words that ever foil on mortal ears Come come Shut her off and oil the valves aud he led me to a stool at tho lunch counter and said Now you sit hero and fill up Let n fow biscuits hit the chair and you will bo all right again Uo steppod into tho dispatchers of- Â¬ fice to get his orders while I poured down coffco that would discount tho nectar of tho gods Uo appeared In about ten minutes and said All aboard for Lafayette took mo by tho arm aud led rao to a coach and then stopped back to tho platform and waved his moss agate at tho engineer I curled up in the scat when tho train started to hide tho tears that kept welling up in my oyesaud for tho first time in twenty long years I could have cried like a baby J boliovo in a special provldenco since that terrible night ond tho morning I was heartbroken And Hill is still pull- Â¬ ing u boll cord in tho varnished cars on Argentine Republic tho old Wabash Â¬ Â¬ Hamlets father Six years afterward I wns in Fort Wayne Ind at tho Wabash depot one 111 Near Attica Ind there was an overhead wngon bridge across the track that had killed no less than ftoc brake men in fivo years and one dark stormy night in coming down he hill I happened to remember that wo had a green brakcman ahead who was unacquainted with the road I spoke to tho onghicer about it but he said Oh let him go hes all right Hut I didnt feel Hko letting a fellow mortal take any such chances and started back over tho train crawl- Â¬ ing from car to oiy in the Egyptian darkness and came near being blown off several times as it was blowing great guns and old No fill was fanning that train fifty miles per hour down tho sum Â¬ mit Hack twelve cars from tho engine found Hrnkcsy who was as tall handsome a man as you could find in a thousand and he was twisting up the slack of thoso brako chains with neat Â¬ ness and dispatch while tho wheels made a regular torchlight procession along tho rails He was badly scared when he first discovered me by tho light of his old lantern crawling along the running board with my faco as black as tho aco of spades from tho dusty diamonds Sit down Sit down T cried so loud that I almost imagined the whistle was sounding for Attica and down he sat so hard and quick that he bit his tongue and tho next moment we ilew under the bridge while his lamp seemed to burn brighter as it disclosed these heavy timbers over our heads that had killed many poor brakomen He came near fainting when he clasped my hand and wo sat for several moments on the wet deck of tho car and neither of us spoke a single word but we were as whito around tho eyes as the ghost of 1 Â¬ nud Kvll to Itotmt I dont boliovo u good nction pocs iinrownrdcd said tin old railroad man tluj other day to the writer About twenty yearn ago I was shov- Â¬ elling blaclc diamonds to boll the water in a locomotivo on the Wabash railway between Lafayette Ind and Danville Dmulfl Coino Homo lilntlly ArtH Mr IIousehujntoivArethore any dark rooms in this flatjfcj The Aijent Iled it wont Mr Househunter do then Im an amateur Puck photographer AgentNo sirSot one sir Ah Im sorry but Mabel So their olopement was a Yes they Slnnlck failure was it Town got away and wero married Topics THE TREASURY REPORT A IiitchiMMJp Afliilr Thnt Itcflocts Il crcdlt on tho AdmlnlntrrUloii Tho annual report of tho secretary of tho treasury is littlo moro than a piece of patchwork made up from bu reau reports The secretary makes no serious attempt to discuss tho questions of absorbing public Interest witli which an American finance minister might be expected to deal at this time tho silver question the question of national bank circulation and tho tariff question He has nothing what Â¬ ever to offer on tho silver question in regard to national bank circulation ho merely repeats and approves of tho suggestions made by the comptroller of the currency and what he has to say about tho tariff is a disgrace to the olliciul literature of the country and an insult to the intelligence of the Altogether it is the least pe iple creditable document that has emanatÂ¬ ed from the treasury department with Â¬ in tho recollection of men of three Â¬ score years In the formal statements and esti- Â¬ mates with which tho report opens there are variations from tho usual form partly for the better aud partly for the worse A variation for the bet Â¬ ter consists in the introduction of a tabular exhibit of the increase and de Â¬ crease in expenditures in tho different branches of the publie service for the last liscal year as compared with tho year before going into details with sutllcient minuteness to convey a good deal of information Another varia Â¬ tion for tho better consists in the intro Â¬ duction of a detailed statement of the manner in which 8 18 111 47055 was ap plied during the year to the reduction of the publie debt On the other hand a variation for tho worse consists in the omission of the usual statement of receipts and expenditures for tho first quarter of the current joar with estis mates- for the remaining of this we have an esti Â¬ Instead mate with very little detail for the whole of the current year followed by a more detailed estimate of expendi Â¬ tures for next year Tho secretary figures out a surplus of 24 000000 for the current year taking no account of tho sinking fund and for next year again taking no account of the sinking fund he estimates a sur plus of ll0UJJ7 There is no sepÂ¬ arate estimate of the sums which will be required for the puyment of sugar bounties and bhip subsidies items of considerable publie interest just at this time In order to make out his surplus the secretary estimates the customs revenue for this year at SlSo 000000 although the actual receipts for tho first live months have been at the rate of only about 170000000 for the year If that should prove to be the correct figure Mr Fosters surplus would be cut down to 11000000 as Â¬ suming that his estimate is correct in other respects His estimate of cus toms revenue for next year is Sl0o000 000 which must be at least 11000000 too high judging from actual receipts under the new tariff With this cor Â¬ rection his entire estimated surplus and a million more with it for lbJIJ vanishes Chicago Herald A PRESIDENTIAL WAG Clover Turning of llinwes by the Itepub llcin ilonith President Harrison lias not hereto- Â¬ fore been regarded as a man of satirical turn of mind He has achieved on the contrary the reputation of being serious to the verge at times of dull Â¬ ness and no one even of his bitterest critics would have ventured to spealc of him as sly or droll or wag- Â¬ gish Yet it is apparent from his re cent messago that lie has a reservoir somewhere in tho depths of his intel- Â¬ lectual system of the dryest kind of satirical humor All through tho discussion of tho Me Kinley act it will bo remembered tho president Insisted with tho author of that measure that the demand for cheapness in the necessaries of life was unworthy tho people of a great strong frco nation und that tho mis taken ones who wero making tho de Â¬ mand were unworthy not only of the blessings they had enjoyed but of the more transcendent ones which the Me Klnley act contemplated showering on them In a moment of inspired en Â¬ thusiasm for the protectlvo policy he the evolved tho sounding sentence chenp coat argues a cheap man under and a good many people the coat who had no sort of idea what he meant accepted the phrase as the highest embodiment of political wisdom though it is not recorded that they went around thereafter seeking for high priced clothes Measuring by theso facts In Mr Harrisons career tho remark In his messago that the tariff act of the Fifty-first congress is very favorablo In its average effect upon tho prices of articles entering Into common use ono sees what u mad wag ho is Ills party friends have been insisting that tho tariff has not raised prices but has really lowered them and the president cannot openly contradict them In his dry way however ho does contradict them and preserves his consistency Ho knows that tho average elfect of the McKinloy tariff upon articles enter- Â¬ ing Into common use has been to raise their price This offect upon tho cheap coat theory ho naturally regards as vory favorable because It provonts tho peoplo whd uso tho articles from becoming cheap men and women as thoy would if tho prices wero lowered by tho McKinloy act With every ap pearance of frank noss ho says just what ho mcaus but ho knows very Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ three-quarterÂ¬ well tho sly fellow that most of thoso who read his message will understand him to mean that prices have been re- Â¬ duced Ho has probably been chuck Â¬ ling to himself for the past fow days over tho neatness with which he turned that phrase about favorable effect so as to make it harmonize with his campaign utterances and still not prick the current protectionist pre Â¬ tense as to the operations of McKinloy ism Detroit Free Press SPEAKER A SCHOOL AND CHURCH CRISPS POLICY In the Direction ancient endowments amounts to2S of Tnrlll Itvrorin Speaker Crisp could have taken no 487 7S other menus so effectually to inspire The statistics of the various de Â¬ tho confidence of the party than by partments at Harvard havo just been prompt statement that his own nomina compiled showing a gain of lU stu Â¬ tion and the defeat of Mr Mills must dents over lust year The attendnnco not be regarded as a cheek to tariff re at present in all departments is iiOJU form Immediately upon his nomina Christ church Episcopal at Alex- Â¬ tion Mr Crisp in his few words of andria Va is undergoing a curious thanks said evolution A few years ago its interior I bcj to suy to you now at I spunk to you which was very old fashioned was en- Â¬ my llrst word hlnco I ntn your selection foi tirely modernized The change how Â¬ Hncuhcr thnt my election moans no step buck ward In turilT reform 1 bc to hiiv to you thnt ever proved unacceptable to a majori Â¬ thero Is In our pnrty today no mnn who more ty of the members and now it is be Â¬ earnestly believes in tho democratic doctrine ing changed back again to its former 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IromlHoof Proven One Sundays census of church at tendauts in Liverpool gave Ca000 out of a population of 500000 It will not bo long before the type writer will bo introduced into the bchools of Massachusetts The Cowley Fathers of whom Father Hall lately in Hoston Is one aro building themselves a new home in an old thirteenth century priory The statistics of the British house of commons show that the annual rev enue of tho church of England from Â¬ Â¬ COPYWCIIT l9 W Full of trouble Â¬ of tariff reform thun 1 do The democratic party the people of tho country look to the majority of tho Fifty second congress to take positive steps in advance toward a reduc tion of tariff taxation No negative halt will meet public expectation Furthermore it is expected that the work of tariff reduction shall be prompt during the session so that tho voters of the country may have ample opportunity to understand how the party proposes to apply concretely its principle It will not be pos sible to pass a general tariff bill to supersede tho Mclvinley act desira Â¬ ble though such a measure undoubted ly would be for between the house and such an enactment stands a republican senate and a republican president armed with the veto power Hut in 1887 8 it was not possible to pass the Mills bill yet the party properly framed that measure and submitted it as the embodiment of its belief It is equally incumbent now upon the party to frame a general bill and submit it to the country Such a measure need not and should not stand in the way of the enactment of individual measures to correct the worst of the specific abupes of the taxing power which McKinloy ism has inflicted upon the country The democratic party will take Speaker Crisp at his word It will look to him in the appointment of his com mittees and in the exercise of his con- Â¬ trol over legislation to promote tariff reduction by general and specific bills and to make tariff reform the issue of the present session of congress In separably connected with tariff reduc Â¬ tion are frugal expenditures for if the amount of taxation is to be reduced of course outlay must be curtailed Al Â¬ bany Argus Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ nntique condition Last year tho university of Michi Â¬ gan had 153 more students than Harvard but this university which had joar Harvard has 118 more than Michi Â¬ While Ilarvart gan which has 240 has gained 501 Michigan has gained These two institutions of only 75 learning are tho foremost in the country so far as their enrollment boolcs are concerned A reference to tho feminine stu dents in Sage college Cornell univer sity is made in the report of President A vast majority 01 Adams who says the young women are not only earn- Â¬ estly devoted to the working out of great and noble purposes but are also disposed on every occasion to exert their influence in behalf of a cultivated aud refined social life No less eminent authority than Sir William Gull of Great Hritain has said that the benefit derived from a university education such as girls get at Newnham and Girton makes thein and their children stronger and healthier Also that the percentage of childless marriages is less with the educated women and tho percentage of children that survive infancy is larger In Heidelberg all university students have been excluded from the the- Â¬ aters This action was taken in con- Â¬ cert by tho city and university authori- Â¬ ties because tho students have been taking possession of the theaters there and howling down every performance they did not like The general public concluded that they had some rights which the university students were bound to respect Hence the prohibi- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tho ordinary pill Trouble when you take it and troublo when youvo got it down Pluntv of unpleasant ness but mighty little good With Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets Theyre made theres no trouble to prevent it Theyre tho origi nal littlo Livr Pills tiny sugar coated anti bilious granules purely vegetable perfectly harmless tho smallest easiest and best to take They cleanuo and regulato the wLOla Bystem in a natural and easy way mildly and gently but thoroughly Ono littlo Pellet and effectively for a laxative threo for a cathartic Sick Headache Bilious llead ache Constipation Indigestion Bilious Attacks and all derangements of tho liver stomach and bowels are prevented relieved and cured Theyre tho cheapest pill you can buy for theyre guaranteed to giv satisfaction or your money is returned You pay only for the value received Can you ask more Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ German yrup 1 Jk s A Farmer at Edomiexas Says tion WHERE SHE SOMETIMES FAILS NOTES AND OPINIONS Mr Harrisons message is ample proof that he has been hypnotized by Hlaiue Mclvinley and Henry Cabot Lodge Peoria Herald Ex Speaker Reeds bet that ho would make Speaker Mills throw the gavel at him before Christmas has been declared off St Louis Post-Dispatc- Woinnn Not Yet Vt to Mnn Lven In Her Own Domain h When Thomas H Heed wants to speak the democratic speaker will cover his bald head with coals by recog Â¬ nizing him at once Louisville Courier Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ destructives as the republican organs allege every republican should be glad that their power is complete enough this year to permit a revelation of their real character and tendencies N Y World Is it possible that the Blaine men and the Harrison men in Indiana arc like their chieftains and understand each other perfectly If so the art of dissimulation has been brought to per-Â¬ fection right here in Iloosierdom In dianapolis Sentinel To the republican partisans the house is merely a banquet hall de- Â¬ where they were wont to get serted together and swallow the arbitrary rulings of Tom Heed They will find themselves sadly out of placo at the feast of reason which has bogun Ilar risburg Patriot Ex Speaker Reed has had his picture removed to another part of the lobby because it was in a bad light where it was first placed If Reed could only get out of the bad light in which ho placed himself as easily he would havo less to fear than he has from the impartial judgment of history Hrooklyn Citizen According to the Philadelphia Press the men Quay Is setting up in Philadelphia for delegates to tho Minneapolis convention are not quite such as a reputable community likes to havo about Tho bad material in the party is specially numerous about the degen erate Quaker City Quay Is not qulto a model himself St Paul Globe Mr Harrison and his administra Â¬ tion havo been a law unto themselves in their dealings with foreign govern- Â¬ ments With Chill and Italy they play tho part of a braggart and bully With England they determine upon arbitration Established rules of action are not binding whenevor they happen to conlllct with tho interests of Hlalno and his man Friday in tho Chilian le- Â¬ gation Hut it would havo been hotter for tho prcsldont to havo observed a semblance of respect for facts In mak Â¬ ing his statements in his mossuge t congress Chicago Times Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Journal If the democrats be such reckless vades her domain he invariably excels her in skill and success The woman doctor takes second place to the man trouble with the Franklin yet the man cook is the greater the bet- Â¬ Lungs at all It is ter paid the more successful than the the medicine for this Jones woman The greatest lawyer in the country world is not a woman but the greatest G G GREEX Sole ManfnWoodlMrflX J milliner is a man and the famous di ess maker is also a man The best tailors Many a life has been lost for women are men the greatest de because of the taste of cod signers of house decoration architec ture and furnishing are men and the liver oil best housekeepers are men Of course tho women will rise up in If Scotts Emulsion did their wrath but 3ou ask ati3 man who nothing more than take that lives at a first class club managed en Â¬ tirely by men if he can have tho same taste away it would save the comfort the same excellence of cooking and variety of raeni tho same absence lives of some at least of those of friction and annoyance for tho same amount of money provided by tho most that put off too long the thoughtful painstaking little wife it means of recovery the world In any household if a mnn It does more It is half is allowed to havo dominion over his Â¬ Â¬ Of course it is rank heresy to mention it but does it ever occur to the advanced woman that while as yet she has failed to demonstrate her superior ability in any of the professions or industries of mans province whenever the man in Â¬ used German Syrup for six years successfully for Sore Throat Cough Pains in the Hoarseness Cold Chest and Lungs and spitting up of Blood I have tried many differ- Â¬ ent kinds of cough Syrups in my time but let me say to anyone want- Â¬ ing such a medicine German Syrup is the best That has been my ex- Â¬ perience If you use it once you will go back to it whenever you need it It gives total relief and is a quick cure My advice to everyone suffering with Lung Troublesis Try it You will soon be con-Â¬ vinced In all the families where 3four German Syrup John is used we have no Â¬ Troubles We are six in fam- ily We live in a place where we are subject to violent Colds and Lung I have Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ing and arrangement you will invaria Â¬ bly find that tho mans room is the favorite place in the house nud that rarely is tho man permitted to enjoy it in peaceful seclusion Why Because it is restful in coloring nnd has no glaring contrasts of tints Tho Scott Downs Chemists 13 South sth Arenue chairs aro comfortablo when you sit in New York Your druggist ketpi Scotts EmuMon of cod liver them and arent done up with vexatious sashes Tho lights aro arranged so you oil U druggists every whero do gi 14 can seo to read or wrlto if you BOILING WATER OR MILJC like and arc not so buried in nnd millinery frills and froufrou that their original purpose is lost There aro welcome space effects in tho mans room happy contrast with GRATEFUL COMFORTING tho cluttered crowded confusion of tho womans room Things are exactly where you can put your hands on them when you want them without any fore- Â¬ LABELLED 2 LB TINS ONLY thought Nothing Is in the way of something else Thero aro no knick knacks to fall down no traps to trip your feet Everything has purpose Tho piotures aro hung whero you can see them and aro worth looking at The books aro where you can reach Vmmm iffiUlil them nnd nro books you waut to read e The bits of have a purpose as well as a history The whole Idea of Dr Bulls Cough Syrup ffi the mans room Is in a word comfort Of the womans room the idea is effect In searching after his ideal tho man frequently attains the womans ideal 2irSrliw0nir ndlnsr uf HAMILTON as well Tho woman often misses both nraAja uuni KiToaoruiiianiri DR auu euro nu fi in striving after tho ono of lesser im- Â¬ KVneSdjiumiuuB hen a liquid easily unaTrie l0 cur psrttverlnirlr ud or b7 mall boxei4 Address portance N Y Suu Â¬ own particullar apartment if hu exer- Â¬ cises his own unbiased taste in furnish- Â¬ digested already It slips through the stomach as if by stealth It goes to make strength when cod liver oil would be a burden COCOA 1 EPPSS J bric-a-bra- ASTHMA CURED ti2JiBlu WJU1U HU rirlft tf hipttiiit MMMMMMMMMMMNh ONE GOD Thoro Is No War Botwoon Lodg ors and Biblos CoantlntT Houses ami Churches Go To- Â¬ gether nud HuMncis and Religion Ilnnd lit Hand Rorinon by Rov T Do Witt Talmagc I D I resolved on tho latter Ho said and I havo been moro industrious in commercial circles than I ever was bo fore and sirco that hour I havo never kept a farthing for myself I havo thought it to be a greater shame if I couldnt toil as hard for tho Lord as I had for myself and all tho products of ligion my factories and my commercial estab The industrial classes are divided into lishments to the last farthing havo gone three groups producers manufactur- for the building of Christian institutions ers traders Producers such as far- - and supporting tho Church of God ijincrs and miners manufacturers such Oh if the same energy put forth for the ns those who turn corn into food and world could be put forth for God Oh wool and ilax into apparel traders if a thousand men ilu those great cities such as make a profit out of the trans who havo achieved a fortune could sco fer and exchango of all that which is it their duty to do all business for Christ produced and manufactured A busi Â¬ and the alleviation of tho worlds sufÂ¬ ness man may belong to one or all of fering Again I remark that business life is those classes and not one is independent of anv other When the prince im- a school of patience in your every Â¬ perial of France fell on the Zulu battle day life how many tilings to annoy and field because the strap fasten disquiet Bargains will rub Commering the stirrup to tho saddle broke cial men will sometimes fail to moot Cash book and as he clung to it his comrades their engagements all escaping but ho falling under tho 11101103 drawer will sometimes quarrel lances of the savages a groat many Goods ordered for a special emergency people blamed the empress for allowing will come too late or bo damaged in People intending her son to go forth into that battle the transportation field and others blamed tho English no harm will go shopping without any government for accepting the sacrifice Intention of purchase overturning and others blamed the Zulus for their groat stocks of goods and insisting barbarism Tho ono most to blame was that you break the dozen More coun- Â¬ Moro the harness maker who fashioned that terfeit bills in the drawer pay other peofor strap of the stirrup out of shoddy and debts to Moro meanness on tho part imperfect material as it was found to ple If tho strap had of partners in business Annoyanco have been afterward fceld the prince imperial would probsifter annoyance vexation after vexaAll that proably have been alive to day But the tion and loss after los No prince indepen- Â¬ cess will cither break you down or broke jtrap dent of a harness maker High low brighten you up It is a school of pa- Â¬ You havo known men under wise ignorant you in ono occupation tience bound together So the process to become petulant and I in another all that there must be ono continuous line choleric and angry and pugnacious of sympathy with each others work and cross and sour and queer and But whatever your vocation if you they lost their customers and their Other have a multiplicity of engagements if name became a detestation your life there come losses and an- - men have been brightened up under into noyances and perturbations as well as tho process They wcro toughened by percentages and dividends if you are the exposure They were like rocks pursued from Monday morning until all the more valuable for being blasted Saturday night and from January to At first they had to choke down their January by inexorable obligation and wrath at first they had to bito their duty then you are a business man or lipat iirst they thought of somo stinging you arc a business woman and my sub- Â¬ retort they would like to make but they conquered their impatience ject is appropriate to your case They havo kind words now for sarcas- Â¬ We are under the impression that the moil and tug of business life are a pris tic flings They havo gentlo behavior on into which a man is thrust or that now for unmannerly customers They it is an unequal strife whore unarmed a are patient now with unfortunate debt- Â¬ man goes forth to contend I shall ors Thoy havo Christian reflections show you that business life was intend- Â¬ now for sudden reverses Whero did By hearing a ed of God for grand and glorious edu they got that patience if I shall bo minister proach concerning it on Sab cation and discipline and Oh no They got it just where helped to say what I want to say I bath Ehall rub somo of tho wrinkles of care you will get it if you ever get it at all selling hats discounting notes turnout of your brow and unstrap some of ing banisters plowing corn tinning the burdens from your back roofs pleading causes Oh that amid I am not talking to an abstraction Though never having been in business tho turmoil and anxioty nnd exasperalife I know all about business life In tion of evory day life you might hear In patience my first parish at Belleville N J ten tho voice of God saying a largo portion possess your souL Lot pationeo have miles from New York of my audience was mado up of New her perfect work I remark again that business life is n Then I went to SyraYork merchants acschool of useful knowledge Merchants cuse a place of intense commercial not tivity and then I went to Philadelphia do not read many books and do into do not divo and lived long among tho merchants of study lexicons They that city than whom there are no nat- Â¬ profounds of learning and yot nearly ter men on earth and for moro than all through their occupations come to twenty two years I have stood in this understand questions of finance and Â¬ presence Sabbath by Sabbath preach- politics nnd geography and jurisothics Business is a se ing to audiences tho majority of whom prudence and not are business men and business womon vere schoolmistress If pupils will which I learn sho strikes them over tho head It is not an abstraction to You speak but a reality with which I am nnd tho heart with scvero losses is all an enterprise It put S5000 into well acquainted You sny That is a dead loss In tho first placo I remark that busi gone of Oh no You are paying tho schooling Â¬ ness life was intended as a school tuienergy God gives us a certain amount That was only tuition very largo was a sovcro schoo- Â¬ of raw material out of which wo are to tion I told you it You how our character Our faculties arc lmistressbut it was worth it you learned things under that procoss to bo reset rounded nnd sharpened up any other Our young folks having graduated from would not havo learned in school or college noed a higher educa way Traders in grain como to know some tion that which tho rasping and col- Â¬ tradors lision of overy day life alono can affoct thinir about foreign harvests in fruit como to know something about Energy is wrought out only in a fire production After a man has been in business ac the prospect of tropical goods como of American tivity ten twenty thirty years his manufacturers imported energy is not to bo measured by to understand tho tariff on must come articles publishers of books weights or plummets or ladders There of copy- Â¬ Is no hoight it can not scale and there to understand tho now law como to is no depth it can not fathom and there right owners of ships must naviga- Â¬ winds and shoals and know is no obstacle it can not thrash of cotton and Now my brother why did Ood put tion and every balo ovory tea box and you in that school of onergy Was it every rasin cask is so much yardstick and every cluster of bananas merely that you might bo a for a business man Now to moasuro cloth or a steelyard to lltoraturo you going to do weigh flour Was it merely that you my brother what nre Do you supposo might bq bettor qualified to chaff or and with tho intelligence this school of Informa- Â¬ Wpglo No God placed you in that God put you in yon might bo sharper school of energy that you might bo de Â¬ tion merely that might bo ncro suc- Â¬ veloped for Chrtstaln work If the un Â¬ in a trade that you developed talent in Christian churches cessful as a worldlng you might tako Oh no it was that of to day wcro brought out and thor nud uso it for Rhly harnessed I boliovo tho whole thnt useful information Can It bo that you havo world would bo converted to God in a Jesus Christ foreign lands and hort time There aro bo many deep been dealing with Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tnlmngos toxt Sunday was In all thy ways ac- Â¬ Frovcrbs iil C lUra and IIo shall direct thy knowledge paths A promise- good onough for many lclnds of life but not for my kind of the life says somo business man law of supply and demand controls the But I havo reason to business world say that it is a promiso to all porsons in any hind of honest business There ib no war betweon religion and business between ledgers and Bi bles between churches and counting houses On the contrary religion accelerates business sharpens mens wits sweetens acerbity of disposition fillips tho blood of phlegmatics and throws more velocity into tho wheels of hard work It gives better balancing to the judgment more strength to tho will moro muscle to industry and throws Into enthusiasm a more consecrated fire You can not in all the round of tho world show mo a man whose hon est business has been despoiled by re- Â¬ Dr - Â¬ Â¬ streams that aro turning no mill wheels auu mm aro harnessed to no factory bands Now God demands tha best lamb out of every flock IIo domands tho richest sheaf of every harvest Bo domands tho best men of ovory gener- Â¬ ation A causo in which Nowton and Locko and Mansfield toiled you and I can afford to toil in Oh for fewer idlers in tho cause of Christ and for moro Christian workers men who shall take tho samo energy tuuv iroin iiionuay morning to Saturday night they put forth for tho achieve- Â¬ ment of a livelihood or tho gathering of a fortuno and on Sabbath days put it forth to tho advantage of Christs Kingdom and tho bringing of mon to tho Lord Dr Duff of South Wales saw a man who had inherited a groat fortune Tho man said to him I had to bo very busy for many years of my life getting my livelihood After awhilo this fortuno camo to mo nnd thero has been no necessity that I toil since Thero came a timo when I said to myself Shall I now rotiro from business or shall I go on nnd servo tho Lord in my worldly occupation -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ara tanjpted to think that prala mw chants have an easy time and yet thai profits without giving an equivalent Plato and Aristotle were so opposed to merchandise that thoy declared commerce to bo the enrse of tho nations and thoy advised thnt cities bo built at loast ten miles from tho sen coast But you and I know thnt thero are no moro industrious and high minded men than thoso who movo in the world of traffic Somo of thorn corry burdens heavier than hods of brick and aro ox posed to sharper things than tho cast wind nnd climb mountains higher than tho Alps or Himalayas and if thoy aro fires of tho last great day Can it bo faithful Christ will at last say to them that a man will bo wise for timo nnd a Well dono good and faithful servant fool for eternity thou hast boon faithful over a few I remark also that tho business llfo tilings I willmnkothoo ruler over many is a school for integrity things Enter thou into tho joy of thy No man knows what ho will do when Lord ho is tempted Thoro are thousands of Wo talk about tho martyrs of the men who hnvo kept thoir integrity Piedmont vnlloy and tho martyrs merely becnuso thoy havo novcr among tho Scotch highlands nnd tho A man was elected martyrs at Oxford been tested Thero nre just as treasurer of tho state of Malno somo certainly martyrs of Wall stroot and years ngo Ho was distinguished for Statu street martyrs of Fulton stroot his honesty usefulness nnd uprightness nnd Broadway martyrs of Atlantic but before ono year had passed ho had street nnd Chestnut street going taken of tho publio funds for his own through hotter fires or having their prlvato uso and was hurlod out of of necks under sharper axes Then It be Â¬ fico in disgrnce Distinguished for vlr hooves us to banish nil frcttulnoss from tuo before Distinguished for crimo our lives if this subject bo truo Wo after You can call over tho names look back to tho time when wo wero at of men just like that in whoso school and wo remember the rod and honesty you had complete con wo remember tho hard taslcs and wo in certain complained grievously but now wo sco fidenco placed but crises of temptation they went over- Â¬ it wns tho host Business life Is a school board Never so many temptations to and tho tasks arc hard and the chastise Â¬ scoundrelism as now Not a law on ments sometimes are very grievous but the statute book but has some back do not complain Tho hotter tho lire door through which a miscreant can tho hotter tho refining There nre men All how many deceptions in before the throne of God this day in escape tho fabric of goods so much plunder Â¬ triumph who on earth wero cheated ing in commercial life that if a man out of ovory thing but their collin talk about living a lifo of complete They wore sued they wero imprisoned commercial accuracy there aro those for debt they wero throttled by con Â¬ who ascribe It to greenness nud lack of stables with a whole pack of writs tact Moro need of honesty now than thoy wero sold out by tho sheriffs ever before tried honestj complete they had no compromise with their honest more than in those times when creditors they had to make assign- Â¬ business was a plain affair and woolens ments Their dying hours wore an were woolens and silks were silks and noyed by tho sharp ringing of tho doormen were men bell by tho same impetuous creditor How many men do yon suppose there who thought it was outrageous and im aro in commercial lifo who could say pudent tiiat a man should dare to dio truthfully In all tho sales I have ever before h paid tho last three shillings made I havo never overstated the value and sixpence of goods in all tho sales I have ever I had a friend who had many misformade I havo never covered up an im tunes Everything wont against him perfection in the fabric of all tho thou IIo had good business quality and was sands of dollars I havo ever mado I of tho best of morals but ho was ono havo never taken ono dishonest far- of thoso mon such as you havo some Thero are men however who times seen for whom everything sooms thing can say it hundreds who can say it to go wrong His lifo becamo to him thousands who can say it They aro a plague When I hoard ho was dead I more honest than when thoy sold their said Good got rid of tho shoriffs first tierce of rice or their first firkin Who aro those lustrous souls boforo ol butter because their honesty and tho throne When tho question is integrity have been tested tried and asked tho angels Who aro thoy But thoy re standing on the sea of glass respond came out triumphant member a time when they could havo Thoso aro thoy who camo out of great robbed a partner or havo absconded business trouble and had thoir robes with the funds of a bank or sprung a washed and mado white in tho blood of snap judgment or mado a falso as the Lamb- signments or borrowed inimitably do to Halifax without any efforts at payment or got Tho evil ropute of Halifax implied in corner and fleeced a man into a sharp But they never took one step this ndago camo to it by inheritance him on that pathway of hell fire They can from Ilalifnx in Yorkshire England say their prayers without hearing the Halifax law as may bo gathered from They can a letter of Lord Leicester quoted by clink of dishonest dollars read their Bible without thinking of tho Motley in his History of tlio United time when with a lie on thoir soul In States was that criminals should bo condemned first and Inquired upon tho custom home thoy kissed tho Book can think of death and tho judg- afterward a law which in that ona They ment that conies after it without any particular at least resembled Jcdburg flinching that day when all charlatans Justice Halifax lay within tho forest of Hard and cheats and jockeys and frauds shall It does not make wick whero tho law was that if a felon bo doubly damned their knees knock together nnd it does was taken with thirteen and a half not make thoir tooth chatter to road pence worth of stolen goods ho should As tho partridge sittotli on eggs and bo tried by four firth burghers from hntoheth them not so ho that gottoth four of the precinct towns and if con Â¬ richos and not by right shall lcavo demned by them bo hanged tho next them in tho midst of his days and at day After this proceeding had been caKJ icd out to tho letter tho caso might his end shall bo a fool Oh what a school of integrity busi Â¬ bo sent to a jury Halifax is also credness llfo is If you havo over been ited with boing tho home of tho guillo- Â¬ tempted to let your Integrity cringo be- tine which tho regent Earl Morton fore present advantage if you have introduced into Scotland only to havo ever wakened up in somo embarrass his own hend chopped off with it St ment and said Now Ill step a littlo Louis Republic aside from tho right path and no ono A Providential Iliifmatlon will know it nnd Ill como all right A curious story comes from Wcnghsl Oh that only again it is only once onco hns ruined tens of thousands of ang The town suffers from iuuudn d blasted thoir souls tions of tho Yellow river nnd two years men for this llfo ag a movement was started by tho lois a tremendous school for eternity It a business lifo n school of integrity A cal magistrate to build in breakwater tho want of Tho chief difficulty lay merchant in Liverpool got a five note nnd sufficiently largo stones Suddeuly pound Bank of England holding it up toward tho light however to tho astonishment of tho ho saw somo Interlineations in what commuuity a heavy storm of wind and scorned red ink Ho finally decipher Â¬ rain deluged tho country and brought ed the tetters nnd found out that tho down an endless quantity of hugo writing had been mado by a blavo in stones exactly suited to tho purpose Who- Â¬ Tho peoplo naturally regarded tho inci Algiers saying in substance ever gets this bank note will please to dent as a direct manifestation of Divine inform my brother John Doan living power in aid of a great public under near Carlisle that I am a slave of tho talcing nnd the governor of tho district Tho merchant sent cites a fact which conclusively proves boy of Algiors word employed government officers tho supernatural origin of tho event and found who this man was spoken One of tho stones ho says which was of in this bank bilL After awhilo tho as large as a house was inscribed with man was rescued who foroloven years seal characters two of which meaning nnd stono respectively ho work had boon a slavo of tho bey of Algiers emancipated but was able to decipher London Graphic Ho was immediately was so worn out by hardship and exWo aro too prono to neglect tho posure ho soon after died Oh if some littlo things of life It Is a wonder that of tho lank bills that como through this is true but it is so Wo plunge your hands could tell all tho scenes along for tho greater gifts and let tho through which they havo passed It littlo affairs alono to tnlco care of them would boa tragedy eclipsing any drama selves nnd thoy uvongo themselves on Shakesnore mightier than ICing Lear us for this continued neglect by ab or Macbeth sconding or most likely by never ap As I go on in this subject I am im pearing at nil This Is not as it should our pressed with tho importance pf add to be Let n having moro sympathy with ho busl thtusund us all givingour comfort fold by duo attention iness men It is not n shame that we to the littlo things of llfo Dixie in our pulpits do not oftencr preach Farmer trials and about their struggles thoir You can cheat most peoplo somo of their tomptntionb Men who toll with hand are not apt to bo very sympa Â¬ tho timo you cnn cheat somo people tho thetic with thoso who toll with tho most of tho timo but you cant cheat imln Tho farmers who raisothocorn all tho peoplo all tho time Abraham and the oats and tho wheat sometimes j Lincoln Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ never had the missionary spirit wish ing tho salvation of foreign potplo Can it bo that you havo become acquainted with nil the outrages infltated In business lifonnd that you havo novcr tried to bring to bear that gospel which Js to oxtirpate all ovll and correct all wrongs nnd illumine all darkness and lift up all wretchedness and savo man for this world and tho world to como Cnn it be that understanding all tho in Â¬ tricacies of business you know nothing about thoso things which will last af tor all bills of oxchnngo and consignments and invoices and rent rolls shall havo crumplod up and been consumed in tho 5 QOtfBS HOUf OAMFTOlf 8 0 COMM TttOTKtwnn 1 rNpootAilly lolioiUd Table the Ytry attention for the ownfrl f ftHtp Tkt patronage of the travails iwtMf KELLAM WITS MM ttj r FRED M apl8ly S TIMMONDS Wholesale SALARY 2fi Grocerfl PORTSMOUTH Q Wanted Good Agents to sell ova General link of merchandise N peddling FOR FU AOBNTS PAID TO LIVE THER INFORMATION ADDRESS PEB WEEK Above salary will bi OHIOAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO 178 W Van Buron St Chicago III H ENRY MATLOOK WITH MCMILLAN HAZEN G0t WHOLESALE BOOTS AND SHOES KNOXVILLE TENN atirTho above goods nre handled by J CO DAY JIazel Groen Ky ttlllli oovh AND MARKS BROS MARKS bobsb 0 NQ9 134 138 RACE STREET CINCINNATI THE KRUSE 8 BAHLMAW HARDWARE hMOMPAHY J 11 15 nnd 17 West Pear Stroot CINCINNATI O quThe wholesale trade of Eastern Kts tuoky la rospeotfully solicited THE GEO W MALPIN GOMPANY Notions Wholesale Dry Goods 101 103 and 105 W Fourth Street Bouth Sldo CINCINNATI O GROSSMAN SCHLEUTKBR CO Saddlery and Harness Nos n 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RflriiMvnmrcnMwwirHKiuiHur mm Hazel Gheen Heiult SPKNOER COOPKR r An KlUTMii Kilnniioi HntAin KpUlte 15 Campion KvJau - - - Editor C C William- - who accompanied mo to Iy request of Mr llvj ft HAZEL GREEN F III DAY In ii KY 22 1 HU2 i WASHINGTON LUTTIil1 1ioni Our Itctfiilar CoricApondent Wahiiixotux ICIiiii lilMtt War talk Is iitfniii overshadowing eve rytliinu olso here and niiio people out id Jhlli within cum than thirty days The iidtninlstrntinn wntf led to believe by the Chilian Minister tliat his government was on tlio ovo of of luring nulls factory reparation for the insult to this country and for tliat renmin thu eorrcspondonio and tho lrcHiduntH proeliiilnitioii was not mint to Congress last weak ns was tho Hnl there is to ho no original intention inoro temporizing and tho correspond enco and prooliuniitiiin in to go to Con gress ns soon us lodge Advocate leneral Uomov of tho Navy completes tho tak ing of the tcHtimonyof the sailors of tho Haltimoro and the talk of Congressmen leaves no doubt of tho reception it will moot in Congress RoproHontativo Jerry Simpson made a very nhrcwd attempt to obtain oflicial iccognltion from tho Speaker pro torn for tho Peoples party when tho agree ment wat made that each party should ho allowed two lioitrs for debate on Mr IIoIiiiiiiih resolution that tho jmlginent of tho House is against the passage of any bill aiding in any manner pnvate enterprises ami agaiiiHtthoappropriation of any money aside from that ncccssmy to keep up tho work of tho departments by asking if that arrangement included two hours for tho IVopluM party aH well ns for tho Democratic and Republican parties Tho Speaker made a diplomatic escape from the dilemma by saying tliat ho assumed tho division of time would lie between those in favor of the resolution and those against it The resolution was adopted yesterday and putH an end to tho hopes of those who had been ex Â¬ pecting appropriations for various th ings It is thought by many tliiitiiflu decis ion of tho Supreme Court toiho effect that a witness cannot bo compelled to give testimony that will criminate him will Horiously hamper tho work of tho Inter State Commission as it is regarded as next to impossible to prove violations of law without being able to compel the shipper and tho railroad men suspected of violating tho law to testify An atÂ¬ tempt will no made to remedy this very serious defect in the Interstate Com merce law by Congressional legislation Kepresentalivo llartor of Ohio evi- Â¬ dently remembers a statement made last milliliter by Secretary Foster to tho ellect that a largo number of Customs collec tion districts in Now England might bo abolished at a great saving to the govern- Â¬ ment and without injury to the service fur ho has Introduced a bill for tho reduc tion and consolidation of Customs collection districts in all parts of tho country which ho says will if enacted into a law increase the elHclouoy of tho service and save 178000 a year Tho friends of frco coinage wcro do lighted by the statement of Senator Mor gan that lie had made an examination of tho question propounded by Senator Stewart and agreed with that gentleman in believing that tho law of 1817 author izing tho free coinage of silver had never been repealed and was to day tho law of tho laud Representatives of tho labor organizations aro urging Congress to support the eight hour bill introduced in tho House by Representative OXeill of Missouri litis hill was drawn by tlio labor men and it provides that no employer of labor engaged in government work shall permit his employees to work more than eight hours a day Representative Jerry Simpson wants an investigation made of tho workings of tlio Agricultural department and Secre tary RiiHk expresses tho wish that Mr Simpsons resolution will he adopted by Congress and tho Investigation bo most searching in its character as ho is anx Â¬ ious for everybody to know what his de partment Is doing for the farmers and iiow it is doing it Senator Teller has introduced a resolu tion providing for an international con fereuco with so many of theeouutiiesiu terested as shall accept the invitation of tho Tolled States for the purpose of try ing to reach an agreement on the money question as represented by silver Ho gave notice that while the free coinage advocates favored such a conference and hoped for good results from it they would not cease their ellbrts to bring about free coinage As this conference was recommended in the Presidents an mini message and has been endorsed by some of the leading Democrats In the House it is fair to assume that Senator Tellers resolution or a similar one will lie adopted What its result will bo upon tho silver question in tills Congress Is not yet apparent The talk of members of the House I Â¬ urn who arc Informed on tlic iiiostlon believe that war will bo deiltired ngnlnst northwest Tiwas Inst September I writu He a ked me losiiy tliat your this Utter Onnipton orrcqmndent was mistaken when In quoted him as having aid that Kentucky was the best State in the Inion and that Wolfe Was the best county in the State lie says that ho never made any such statement to your or any other person but hud fie ouently said tliat he liked northwest Texas better than any country lie ever I do uot puppn c saw In the mountains that Mr Williams would have eared to have been quoted as liaviui aid that Kentucky was the best State in the Un ion but to have been quoted as having i i 11 i niiiu null Minn- inn i in in n iipiuny ill the State seemed to him to be too i idled lously ignorant to go to the public with I love the old State out his eoricclion of KonUoky but the people of Wolfe county are neaiest to my heart Hut I have long since learned that Moiirbon Kayctle Clark and other bluegiass coun ties weie far in advance of my native county and so has Mr Williams learned the same There are four or five families talking of moving to Texas If they do theie will be quite a Kentucky neighborhood ami we should all take Tin Ilritvbi You dont know how glad I was when I I icceived it at Khloiado Oklahoma lelt almost as proud as if I had met an old fiiend just from home and I for one -coiro-nond-c- ut Â¬ Citizens Nat ionnlBank WINCHESTER KENTUCKY PAID UP OAlMTAh AbiiK 1 Ai J uir - lKk Sam J -- w 17500000 o- - WASH MILLER JJlIvSIDKNT Â¬ SWWILLIS VICK PRKHIDIONT A H JIAiMPTON CASIIIKR will Â¬ Hoping you ami your paper abundant success I am most respectfully D take Tim IIiiiaii Hhii Â¬ The Mt Sterling Journal is one of the recent veuluies in journalism and it is the newsiest little sheet that has stiuck our sanctum for some lime John l Wood is the name that appears as editor and if his improves witli age he We have put will soon have to enlarge the Journal on our exchange list and wish the enterprise success variBi P KTaRKTOr ttt msm i aJ rm saacoHii Cfc WY LI--Tr-nr iWPrCT 1Ip-iltV 1 AV ABST- - rOYKTEfi 0A8I1IK1I IrSlKKBJiffllwi1 -- TTni 2 rl pnc 3 Fill Iiib41 Judge Win Lindsay of IVankfort Saturday notified President Harrison in peisou that he could not accept the appointment as Inter State Commerce Commissioner Â¬ JJUL i C i77 M itSSTti irfAhOl4 IferH JiHStal7d BlrJ i Jli - f n- Â¬ sS5ia-yrir-r2- IViJ- w v 0 j - ml LWiiSF - - - iJ r n -- - - - correct banking buwincss I nmlc facilities for doing general banking business So- IHtH deposits makes colic- turns gi ves prompt and careful attcnthm to ill business entrust- ed to it and extends to its customers the most iibend accoininoniUioiiscoiiHstentwitli n W J Saner and Patrick Kuhlman at Â¬ tempted to cross the river at Carrollton Kv Saturday night in a ferry barge ami neither has been seen since Kx President Cleveland has gone to Louisiana for a week of hunting audi lishintr on Joseph Jellersons plantation Â¬ Â¬ It is reported from Washington that Secretary IHnine is arranging to submit tlio Chilian question to arbitration Happy ami content is a home with The Ro- Â¬ chester1 a lamp with the light of the morning Frattteut vtriti Rotkttttr Ltttt G AVii 1 o k S W1SIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIII n3 lliijlljg fc Â¬ Co Successors to J A Lvil l completed nr The undersigned takes pleasure in anuouucin that they K Main Siiikt IKXINtSTOX KV ranjjcincnls with the American Hook Company that ill enalile liliu to sell tlic Mlionl 71 liooks adoptctl Ov the State Hoard of Kdueatiou at In- follow inj rcduccil rates Wholcsile Dealers in Hav1 New First Arithmetic McdnHeys Smafl Primer S Hevlseil Primer Second Arithmctie Straight Kentucky Whiskies ro 17 Kclcctie Speller Third Arithiaetic 17 0 Kev to same Pirst Header c Wines Brandies 110 sr Second Header Hih Aiithmctic Kev tojsnmc 4J 7i Third Header FINK OLD WHISKY A SPKCIALTY r fid MctiiilVcvs 1st Kclcctie ieocraohv Fourth Header M Kclcctie ieogruphy 10 7 Fifth Header CKIAKS AND TOBACCO i 8 i M Kclcctie ieoeraidiv Sixth Agents for Old Piil Ii Old Pepper Old The above school book publications of t lie American Hook Comoanv are well known standards and we shall at id times have a full smmlv on hand for sale to school otlicers Tarr nml Old Taylor teachers or pupils at the piices named Other school hooks published by the Amcticau DINUKELDKK Hook I ouiiany u aluiit Street Liiieiniiati siipplictl at eorrespomliulv low puces I 1 1 GIEA1PU1 SGEOOt BOOKS linc jif R S ST RAD Ell SON I J T DAY A CU HaelJrecn Ky WITH Â¬ Printing executed ut this olliee in the high est style of the art and ut satisfactory prices Notchcads envelopes sale bills Ac Work promptly done and nothing hut the Iichi material used Send for estimate- - Seeing is Believing And a good lamp MlMhkwXh ja TlW J 3r ROBINSON Importers and Jobbers of 00 Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ of laud near I room dwelling stable crib Ninokclioiise orchard An also a i2 iuuh vein of coal Iund is all cleared hut acres For farther information call on or address IATC HIHKK Hael Green Ky a will sell Ffursall 111 v place consisting of HI acres axel Srecn On the place is Â¬ AH STAMPKR CAMPION KY must be simnle when it is not simnle it is Simflfc Beautiful Good these not cood words mean much but to sec The Rochester will impress the truth more forcibly All metal fntlrrli nml ffl inb cc nml niirtn in fliron nnnc miIv it is absolutely safe and unbreakable Like Aladdins of old it is indeed a wonderful lamp for its mar- Â¬ velous light is purer and brighter than gas light softer than electric light and more cheerful than either Look for this stnmp TiikRociirstrk If the lnmp dealer lms nt lite Genuine Ilttll -- DRY Nus GOODS 7 WW AND NOTIONS and Mis -- Wost Main Street LOUISVILLE J P KY T G Denton Sharp Hrnee Trimble ATTORNEY AT LAW ooifJUtlk Â¬ KoclirHtvr the Stvle vnu wnilt lirml to ut fur our nnv llliiutrntrit r iituliimm inml we will hcutl ou n lamp safely liy exoress your choice of over iOOO I varieties ftoui the Iatgrst mm ft Matt in the lloiM IlOCHUNTKIl IAR11 CO 42 Park Place New York City SHARP TRIMBLE MT 1 1 DENTON Â¬ Oilers his profcHslnuul services to the citi zens of Wulfe and adjoining counties Will make collections and remittances promptly g STKIMIXG KY The Rochester MmmW 001 OlHec DAY Â¬ ATTORNEYS AT LAW over KxcIiiuikc Hank Jatvooi r HAY 1 it ituiur Â¬ At n - 4mZ VNy Zr pin counties and Sapvtior Court and Court of Appeals Maysville St Mt Sterllm Kv Practice in Mnnluomery Powell Mcnffee Wolfe Hrcatliitt ltowan Muijotlln and l or- Illrkori- Irnvn Knrm Iinnin Uiiclnv Vls says Alter trying 3 every known remedy removed a laru Hunch S of two years staiulliiK troin a year old ally 5 with throo applications of Mil I J gjg live now n complete line of notliinir Hats Hoots Shoos and louts Furnishing Goods CASK - ofIny-Ke-Hc- c Wo solicit an inspection of our goods nml guarantee pri ces satisfactorY and articles as Â¬ 1 recommended QUINNS OINTMENT o -- 2 FARMS FOR SALE T A R1CAR lUliSTAlT ATTORNEYS AT LAW Â¬ rS Â¬ of sA Price SI THAPiMnic 51 It Istlmbcstprcpiirntlon I have ever lined or lirurd I heartily recoiiuncnd It to all Jloraunion We have hunilmhtjuilt tctlimoniah Im in MT STKKIJNO KY Practice in the courts of MoutLouicry and adjoining counties ami In the oitrt ot Ap CM fijKJBI iloi H not K V H icr bottle Ask youritruitKlst forlt If tin I tpaHiiiliiiUMMtiuiisitrhiltr lirtrlnWnx I I MIIDY Ac TO Willi eliall N Y peals and Federal Courts Â¬ Â¬ riu Physician and Surgeon j a taulrici Hiuel tlrocn Wolfe County KENTUCKY KY CATLETTSBURC Thu LiWKoat Diuk Houso in tho Ohio Valley Manufacturers of 228 REMEDIES that aro Sold by tho Dozen 10000 Square Foot of Floor Room 2b Hands Employed WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING DRUGGISTS Â¬ TTR J l- - LOCKIIART A0frOfrfrfrfrfr0frfrO3O ftSole pioprlutors of the tmnniis 5 N E R V E KINUl XThe onlv remedy tlmt Is sold on an abso Jlnte iinrantfe to cure all Pains and Aches Cramps and Colic Diarrhiea Ihs fiMilery etc Ised internally and exter Aiiullv The best Ilnlincnt In the world DENTIST KKL KV SW0644frt44OO6t664664Q propiictors of the retiouiiedW uiunnn uinucv onanm ii j w ww wwrt wink j or the pcrinaiienl enrc of Pains in the Hack and all disoidcrsnl the Kidnes and Innary Organs Tlionsainls of eer lilicatcH of those who hae used llik will be sent on application I all in jrHS xT- H Slerliiif prnd soil tood Iinprveiiients and in acies fxood nciliborhood with an excellent or chard and convenient to good schools ehiirchcMind posiolllce It is a nice Iioim I nml innst be seen to lie appreciated jrive a beiier bargain than can be found the Stale it application Is made before cm it ALSO A farm ot AMOlT Ulo ACltKS near lcli on Itlaeknater Morgan eoiinlv known us Ihc Mile Kitsh laini about 100 acres el cur ed and in cultivation and the biiliinec l limber Tliis faim issiisecpliblcof dilsli I will divide it to suit piiichaseis and tnkr a lew L ood lnrsfH in part payment and urn liberal terms on the balance Ironi Mt - contniniiu AtHKrf 1 1 1 I 1 Iistf o TRIMHM DAY 1 11 O US K pitiei - cints plied w the lost In the market llatcs reasonable Sample room attached and spe cial rates to commercial men Patronage is tUUv rtHp eilUlIv solicited 1 1 1 Mlts 10 U PAY PruptictrcN- This house has been recently refitted ami rcliiriiltdicdaml the table is at all time sup Hazki iurrN Ky Â¬ lKou Sam hy Ditco Sroitiw ll0o 44h4HWVX444Xy444X and Copnthv Snms KvrKYwiiiKicyM IHH riedy Trimble Bros WHOLES ALE Â¬ MAUPIN Committee Patents Indicates that the Willi voUoof ihoiuventoraol tho country has at last IhOii bean and that a bill making D it Hpeiuil lOflunKO to wilfully infringe a paTOut wlll shortly be reported to the WHOLKSALH DRV HOODS NOTIONS llOOTtf SHOKSC House It should have been done years on HH tvnv H CARPENTER cvti rrrsuriMi KEEPIH0 SHORT HAND TYPE WRITINO PENMANSHfP UORBVCH INSTRUCTION 8TRATT0N BUSINESS COLIEOE SOUTH WEST AT THE BRYANT TELEIRAPHY ETC ETC JEFFERSON STREETS LOUISVILLE KY CATALOQUE FREE IBRNER THIRD AND IN imsMVtfiMfawtm I00K - -- - mmmMr MT riTKULlNU i KY inlh solicit lalKMiime o d t 1 oiisIliiiiiiiiU ut Mountain illirc lllld Meichiints respect el 11 te MgO k JOB PRINTING iV PLY nml 1 MtOMlTLY ixi riiisorruM iiul jour order - i -- ICWjW5l The nstlyceliliri felllaJlVroliinUil tu 1mb1 toWlf f K 1Mdrcc Hazel Green Herald in Wolfe MnrtrHU iiikI llreiithiti tlian ill other pnpi r in the Mate ituil iiierehnnt in Ml stt rlhix Win WOLFE COUNTY Ilt un lnwr clrctihitinii tliploll CA lexlnutoii Louisville ami cineln Oil ItliieUmiter llulililes mil will liml It riti must MtiiirM tlmnli II Slimmer of Torrent l attending which to xceiirc Mountain Trade Ami Picratt has orc throat eoiirt al this plnet AOVKUTLHIXU IIAITS N Fulk The la grippe Is raging here who litis lieen nf luiiitiut ennrt TltANHIINT AilvrlUeiiienU IiimiIimI Iir Una Hr t liii retnriuil to eXtihli wlure lie k Leitinir Uu account of the big freeze up news is ticiniiillis will be 7 cent tin ineh for the Dim Mlt scarce I Insertion and J eents mi ineh for eneh mi Itev Mven pin e1 tlmiin li tliisplaec We will soon have a saw mill on our creek KMjuiMit insertion Sntuicluv en route to AiKmcli lo begin u It is hndl needed fiUMu liiANsiKNr AiivitiniMMi Miyr protracted me tine Jake llouunhcll has moved to the little Ill IAID IN AUVAXCK nn r A nnrniH w ho mm neei on me fork of Mlackwater srVNIMNO AllVCIITISKMCXiti Mek INt fr a cniiiidcriiblu lem th of liHue Inell lJ lliulitllt 7 Ml Horn to the wife of John Maiilu a girl nit anoiit recovered 1 Inches VI oil John is kicking high I Itcv Daviil Whitaker has been nrenchine 11 00 tic ex Amos Lawsoii bus moved to Frank Pic inched miiiic excellent sermons at the M K Church IA rails farm for this year Inches imi South the past week i Mrs Valentine Picratt lias been on the Ml inches I U lulu TII Iu sick list but is out again Liberal rates on larger advertisements Storekeeper anil tiant er iiinl usiIKiutl to i tna tie known on application w it in v iL John Henry of Irassy was visiting his uiiliii i nui iiiuri t iiviii illlf iiu hi inuui s ui in interspersed iimntiKtouu father Saturday mid Sunday reading matter 111 cent a line with mlix- n Henry Miles has come In from Hreatbitt Ilaw- i progressing 1o1 nt count of Ii per eenl where ihev run a nioiith nicely with ill pupils in attendance Prof His family will follow this week r more Poviiitf to be an excellent Obituaries tribute of tcport Ac We have been visited with the heaviest a line Count six words to the Hue and send teacher and his iissistanlH are giving general sleet I ever saw and still a sleetiu witisiiifilim bevcrnl young gentlemen from money with the manuscript We will rite Willi Iiiv llilu Ihiiiii II It Ill altttl f liifti i villi are in attendance wliile more ehituuricH and nublisb at cenls a line iw tonsilltis but Dr Taulbce soon relieved him to commence m ii lew iliiyw ri Marriage ami death uoti not exceeding Incle Harry Little did not preach here leu lines solicited and published KltCK Kellev lulkh undoubtedly the best den- THlllS KOU ItKUIIAIl Aiivi iitimx lily sherill Wolfe county ever had made a Sunday Theweather was so bail he did not N UKMAXI raid into the lower end of the county last come rAYAIIIKUtUUTKItlY AddrosH li NtKK CUOITUKy week capturing several violators of the law Your correspondent took dinner witli i iook Nael ircen ioraru wuu lonu aiiucipauou to me Wingless at Maylowu last Sunday It time when I will liuc the pleasure of voting was the birthday ofliis daughter Rosa and If lie is ever a candi the table was full from cud to end ami side Clay Ilcrudon Deputy Collector wiih a for Kellev for shcriH date for sherill or any other ollice you bet to side but it was not long until you could guest of John Pieratl Wednesday night lie will get there Kli seen vacant spot on the table In the course The following were registered at the of half an hour he goodies had melted like Dr Taulbce reports the birth of a trirl Spencer snow in contact witli the warm sunlight baby to the wife of C Wiremau on Wed Combs House the past week W Craven T Pierattluo W All who know Capt Sample like him and Cooper nesilnv we will not soon forget the birthday dinner A Taulbce Ilowcrtou S II Kashand Dr Mrs Levi Kash whose illness has been Hazel lireen Jacob Hush F Ponder TorJan 18 lSDJ SlliKlslt mentioned in these columns is now conva rent Win Coinbsj Jackson Fred Kellam lescent STATE SUNSHINE AND SHADOW- Isiaah Spencer Zauhariah Portsmouth Joel Chcnault lloweu litis Wittmau LexF R Miller it Co of Maysvillc grocers Miss Nannie Fields Miss Florence Quick ington Mill Linden Lee City S II Smith sail and Men Quicksnl all of Kzel matricu- Oil Springs J M Daniel Clay City Win have assigned lated ut Hazel ircen Academy this week iillenwater Heurv Matlock Kuoxvllle Judge William Mauhy a prominent citiTenn Wllwm Sctlll- New York City II W zen of Lagrange died on the loth Inst Mort Piuratt formerly of this place but Smith Cincinnati O J W Combs StillCol K F Clay of Ilourbon bus been cho who has been living at Briislitnu III for a water Robert Tenipler Spradling Prof C sen chief executive of the new Kentucky year or more is now in Texas and says it is T Hyrd Ouu Lick Fhickct Lee county Raeng Association crtainly the finest country be ever saw IOlMtT NDTKH The people of Fastern Kentucky are mov The bi ootid story is Ti1 inches sqnaru Joseph Little charged with breaking into ing for a new Cited States Circuit Court witli Jtf huh Kqiiiio rabbet cut out so the grocery store of David Atbey was tried District to be located at Jackson jih to fit over the first story and turn llrinirsdaythe jury failing to agree Jesse Rrown colored was hanged at Pa l Samuel Falkner charged with forging mi for the vT I i II rfiv icu diicab the tilth inst January murder of John i i i uiin m iiivi in Larry also colored siriii l iriiui 18111 u- ultricd Tuesday and sentenced to the penile MmiJiv single member of the It is said V for Mason Coie Tl WTnreck Ilrcalhitt twiulJI HurstVUH 1tVmlp HynlV Legislature that not a drunk or much under has been Slamper was UrcWcducslay after Dr John county was represented by J the inllticuce of liquor since the session ATaulbeo to visit tits father James f V minonwcalth Johnson I alkner was commenced C Lykns aid who is quite ill and the Doctor compiled also trieil on l riday on a charge ol lorging Mrs Fannie Wallace aged HO years living II u lili tir an order from William Rose to d I enter near Frankfort committed suicide Monday acquitted Falkners attorneys ap evening of last week by shooting herself Plunket known as a former correspon but wasthe ease pealed with a shot gun dent from Taulbce in Ilreathitt county who cases have been tried yet No other has been in Texas for a year returned home but several felony cases have been disposed The eleventh annual State Convention of minor last week and this week sent us a letter but of the Young Mens Christian Associations of we are compelled to omit for lack of space the State will be held at Danville on the 18th StiMlK Jack Jan IS 18i2 and lllth of February We acknowledge the receipt of a very The Treasury of the State is in a very de Hear Ton Ponelliiign handsome and useful book from our old are trystatesmen 12tli inst of pleted condition anil Reason Spencer died on the friend Judge Lusk mid beg lo assure him ing to devise some means for replenishing dropsy that it is a token of his friendship that we it without increasing taxation shall always cherish with fond recollections Douglass Hobbs passed through here one A postotlicc lias been established at Turk of tlic past day last week eu unite to Cnmptnn Adair county and James K Robertson apMiss Dora Horton who has been suffering lointcd postmaster The postolllee at Clear Miss Lane Taulbce whobas been keeping week is now ork Hell county lias been discou iiiued Taulbce of greatly with la grippe the past bouse for her brother Dr Hrcck convalescing Mt Sterling for several months is a guest ICmauucI Oldham died very suddenly at Floyd Horton of Lee county has been Richmond Sunday of la grippe He was of her brother Dr J A Taulbce of this place and en route for her home in Morgan visiting relatives and friends in this vicinity undoubtedly the oldest inniPin Kentucky being llo years old at the time nf his death where she will visit her father and mother the past week II N Horton County Superintendent re Riggs the forger one of the three prisonCrockett Coldiron has sold out bis con ccntlv paid the vicinity of Maytown a visit ers who escaped from the Mt Sterling jail tract at Hoiisseau and quit the logging busi- on oliimal business on Wednesday night of last week is still at ness lie returned to II axel lireen ibis week The jailer lias offered a large reward Mrs Mary Oakley of irassy Creek has large and mivh that be never before realized so been visiting MrsJcrrv Flkinsand relatives for his capture hilly tfic sentiment of the song Home neighborhood the past week The lottery tight is on in the Legislature Sweet Home as there is certainly no place in this attending Senator ioelicl insisting upon the adoption Your scribe had the pleasure of like Hazel ircen It is sweeping measure church at this place Sunday and beard an of his originalwith numerous amendments delivered by Rev William thought that the lead- excellent sermon W M Kerr it Co of ronton the bill will pass ing wholesale hardware dealers writing us Tyler Pete Nicholson the murderer of Charles II Phillips for two lecently sav that James Miss Dora Horton who has beensuflcrln vears past with a Cincinnati hardware house for some time with joint fellon is now much Recsou and alterward adjudged Insane and lias accepted a position with them and will belter and is able to resume her studies committed to Anchorage Asylum but who recently made his escape has been eiMtured in future travel this territory in their inter- again at Little Rock Ark est Our merchants should make a note of John C Tolson lT S S and C was a Ibis and hold orders for Mr Phillips who The suggestion of iov Rrown that the guest of II N Horton last Friday night He ecological Survey be abolished is not meet will call upon them soon is making an ellicient ollicer and will do ing with that general appinval of the Slate government John will Wr have rcceivid a letter from ouryoung good service lor the of his calling papers which was extended to his proposal worthy friend Mort Swango who isatlcndingscbool prove himself about he Kddyvllle prison The school at this place is in n high state Kentucky diversity in which he speaks at McCrackei unly on the loth hung its There are lf pupils in at very encouragingly of the future for Lexing of progression John W eighth victim of regularly administered ton busncss for Till Hkkaip anil assures tendance uider the tutorship of bad one case of jus There arc several young teachers justice and has besides mob Three of the us of his continued clloits in our behalf Taulbce by a tice ami we cer- in nttendanee and the pupils which Miss eight adiiiinlstered at one time under miliMort is a solid friend of ours were hanged tainly upprcelatc all be is doing lie also Sarah Horton had under control during the tary rule during the war last public term are always at the head ami sends love 0 everybody in Hael ircen The semi annual statements and dividends we believe she is an excellent teacher and of the banks of tint State show few marked John Picratt ami W T Swango of this w Mthy of Imitation traces of liuaiieial gales Conservative NltltXKH place attended court at Mt Sterling Mon 1892 Jan has characterized them and the day and report a very dull court day so far prinking ol the speculative bubble damaged Mr Picratt as stock sales were concerned MORGAN COUNTY only a few to any dangerous extent saH three yoke of extra good cattle brought In a pound but thai oilier sales averaged The iiivt rnors ii eeptlou to the members Mh town Missiles only about lljc There was a good many and ollieers of the Icueral Assemldy and News is scarce cattle on the market and several head lelt other friends on the evening of the lith delightful over unsold Hut few plug horses on the Mr T J Sexton paid our town n visit re was a largely attended and most allair The mansion was a blaze of light market and not maiiv of xthose sold No ceutly and the decorations floral and otherwise demand tor mules at all J L Manker of Peoria III is visiting hi were lavish and In exquisite taste Our press took a lly up on us this week parents at this place The FJIzahethtown News in recording the and ut one time we feared we could not This town is having its share of la grippe death at Fast View Hardin county of John issue the- paper John II Hose the well Dr Kindriok and family are all down with Young recalls one ol the most famous of known blacksmith however came to out the disease Kentuckys criminal trials Mr Young was asulstanoe at the proper time and we are Mr Willie Ward and Miss Cora Clark one of the members of the jury which ac glad to Mute that it is again in shape to do married last week at the residence ol quitted Matt Ward about thirty live vcars all classes of work besides printing Till- were ago for killing Miitler and was believed to brides parents IIiuM of u noisy wc rid with news from theMiss Rosa Sample has a severe attack of be the last survivor of the jury all iatioiis Mr Rose has our thanks for The most interesting idll which has been his timely aid and incidentally we may ob la grippe Wisuiiss presented in the Legislature Is one prepared Jan 18 ISM serve thut now Is the time to subscribe bv Mr lardner In tin House mid Mr Alex ander in the Senate looking to the removal lzel K volutions The next term of Hazel ircen Academy It revives the all O K but of the scat of government begins on Monday the tli IiikI The health of our town isthe count proposition to establish the Capital at Louin Special drill classes for teachers will be seveial eases of la grippe isville and will liven up things a bit in housekeeping to Frankfort where the people have been arranged n thorough review of branches Poue Nickell broke up U fli r required by the Common School Law will be by Sune of the wll lv slumbering in the belief that nobody was made the reviews in all the brunches will bnincfi MIssNnnnl e will going to agitate the location question and kindred on Toms at this include something more than one thousand at S D that the whole business was practically set practical questions and these will determine make her home tled except as to the exteit of the appro V in a measure the class of certificate the stu previous arrangements and priatiou for new buildings coordiiig to dent will be able to obtain next summer some time The result of the educational meeting held All the higher branches will be taught or sever v f tin- - wcalbcr and forby imsdl to crawl upstairs in the ollice of Superintendent of Public laving ut least all for which there U demand Other I a Instruction and lasting two duys will ako ml liiNt w1 k took uto bhise leaehers will be employed and every oIiim lv II MIm larrlo shape in several hills to h ollcred by Sena every pupil will be thoroughly taught dear little wife in llio per ami tor Stewart amending the school law One The tuition rates are lower than any school will require district taxation aiiolbcr will of like pretension in Kisiuru Kentucky endeavor to raise u fund for the maintenance Iliereiire no extra charges for matriculation of three training schooU for teachers an ooin rent iucldmitiils etc oOier will place u proper restriction upon Tlie Academy Home will aiicummodate 0 diploma and still another will provide lor Imnrdcr New house new furniture gmd county Tim pay of school tcrni o five month hire anil plenty uf it all at a coal of 2 Ml usthi Pleratt and Miss County Siipcrintendouts Is reeommfiiilod to Mr per week remain al the present figures and an attumpt Where nan you do better will lie miulo to secure better Kehool homes Where ean you do as wolU Oil Ilutcr now and prepare ynurelf thor exiepi u v mieciesO Nnl captured Dcputv l S Mumlial II ghly for teaching mid cut lip a iiiooiuhluetlll on biey reel Remember the cost Tuition Hoard and in this county Wednesday Lulglng only V for twenty week tliestcr 1 - Outer went lIISl- T lo Clllllllll ltiy rite t nunc known mono of tho bnv nintlo themmiIvp iiIimh of norinotiilrnmI im trying jo smoke awny their troubles s lsl- - If a XT iiaiiiM W t h a i mwi TT J T PIERATT luM week - Illt 1ST H F PIERATT nrAiniH in TT CO TiWt WWW I WmtBSfflXBffi COUNTRY PRODUCE LIVE STOCK 1 Good People Play Progression Buy your goods wliile they nro choiip and now is the thlio I 1 I I I I wm 11 I I and this is our reason mm mMM is business ursn We want to buy more goods - W N I f nlr ctirs 1 Ptl I Wo are not in business merely lor pleasure nor for health but lor the profit and the way to make it profitable is to sell everybody And the way to sell everybody is to sell cheaper than anybody And that is what we are going to do for Cash or Country Pro- duee - Dont you see that I i Â¬ or all of your note or account Trusting you will heed tliiH we remain Very respectfully e II V PIERATT A CO to our until we are HHWV hnvo extended the Credit SyHlem who owe uh tocompelled and cIoho part look and we respectfully ask those come in pay 1 1 I Â¬ Do You Need Money If ho you can get Homething better than dollarH from uh The completion of the Iv UK II to lacknon lias cut uh oil from a large wholesale trade heretofore had by us in several counties east nnd left on our hands an immense stock of goods which we are compelled to unload and in order to do no wo nro determined to make prices do the work prices which will make our patrons happy and mako Wc oiler to Country Merchants extra inducements nnd guar competition howl Wo are overstocked and an tee to them lower prices than they ever got before must unload Remember we will duplicate any bill with freights ililded either Wo are now rewholesale or retail east or west north or south up hill or down ceiving such lines bought for cahii at bottom bargains as will fill every depart Â¬ We can astonish you with ment New fresh seasonable choice ami cheap Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ yrx i 1 - I I lr - I I Â¬ Â¬ covered with goods at half prices Ah the prices wo name merely give us a chanco Goods will be sold for to get our money out of the goods we cannot allord credit cash only or country produce live stock nnd school claims taken in exchange We have opened a new department under the charge or Miss Laura Kawlings anil Miss Lula Dav which is fully stocked with line Millinery Notions Ladies Furnishing Goods Vull Paper Carpets and Oil Cloths School Hooks and Supplies Pictures ami Frames etc etc Miss Kawlings is a thoroughly competent Milliner ami Dress Maker anil we olfer you a City Stock to select ttom You ean get as fine and stylish Millinery ami Drosses hero as anywhere and at the very lowest prices Yours etc Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J T HAZEL GREEN 13AY cto DICALKHS IN KENTUCKY II OO a SWANGO - JOHN M KOSH Â¬ Rose Swango Dress Medi Â¬ HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY Â¬ Â¬ Carry a complete line of Dry Goods Notions Ladies Goods Gents Clothing IJoots Shoes Hats Patent eines Saddles Harness tfcc and sell FOR CASH at AU lower than ever before seen in Jlazcl Green guaranteed as represented or money refunded prices goods Â¬ JUD TDD DDTlUTIMr 1Mb rKIIM I I NEATLY CHEAPLY nnd CUTE AT TJIW OFFICE phomptlY EXE Send your order I Â¬ Â¬ Pc Nms r veToH St VltiiN IHBce Cured Han HIT hkh VIII n Â¬ If I KENTUCKY JJOF fcwA wVp w fifiiiMiwA fWfm IV fl Â¬ 26 PROFESSORS and INSTRUCTORS Â¬ man-agemi-i- it 1 Enginooring Normtil Sohool Aondomio Commoroinl nnd Military Couraos of CliiBflioal Agricultural Soiontiflo o 2 yoom Two bottlon of Instor Koonlga Norvo Tonio rouUirod bin bualtb uml bo Is now at tomlluu school malu MlOnAEL OCONNCi Andhkau Cnl Co Cal Feb 160 My hoy III yoam old wni ho ntTottd by Ht Vltun DuncoUiat liooould not tfo to noliool tor Study - v COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION Full term begitiH lluiinl In iloriiiitory 2 pur wuek in private litinllles 150 to For Ciitulogiiu itiMrehK 1 Hitiiiinrothimi KY A My - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ would Iiavo 0 or 7 flta ovury ill hours hnuio dlaUdy aftor using Iaitor Koonlgs Norvo Tonio tbo Brasilia docrraood in nuinbor and in loss ibau two wcoks from taking tbo first ilooo itmy ontlroly ooavod Ilufora tndng this inodlolno bur inlud was vory wak but now mind nnd morn Dry aro fully reHlorod and sho is untlrtdy ourud of lbs fits by tbo usoof ibis grat romody AHlb J IL ANDKEWH A Vnlunble Hook n Nervous IJUoimei tout free lo sojr sddrais ana pcxir iuenw can eio ouuin daughter bod Kart Nkwmaiikkt Very Had Chma JAS K oilojy Mil Jlaroli B 1691 bo Hovuro that bo LEXINGTON PATTERSON PhD Traders Deposit Bank MT STERLING KY Capita 1 i 200000 Bukvmjh 30000 M FREE G Â¬ Tina romiulr has boon proDtrod by tbo Itovorend KneulK Paior prcvarua nf Fort Wayno lDd bysince llf and tna undurhls direction Is uow this medicine free of charge lUnOTAl MrwliipiiL L KIltKlATltICK Vine President W THOMSON Cashier I idins KOENIG MED GO Chicago III Sohl by DragKists at 1 per Bottle BfbvSg targe Hize 9170 6 IlotUes for 99 HeroH tlio little Jeweler of Ezel Turned to it VVuicli the time to tell He m Â¬ We rucpeelfnlly vollnlt tlie Imslncss of iner uliiints liirnioic trmlers mid IiusIiicsh nimi Kenernllv tliriiilinit Kastern Kentucky A live iin ii general ImukiiiK IniHlness done eliiiur e to senil you a bank book nay your elieuks mid loan you money when in need v W TiimmiMON ChhIi Â¬ TEACHERS INSTITUTE PROCEEDINGS With ft new triunniiiK mnclilno n iiioilern Atutiler fail Job presn mi Hliundmiee of type t uml superior wiirkiumi we re belter pre luiruil to print Institute IrocccilhiKl th liny oltlee In Ktuterii Kentucky PIohshkIvu MPKNCKK COOlKU us your orders Kdltor Herald WITH nn Id knee Truly AVm II Iokii fSssSBsas ir lr f Not Unit lies bunted Or Ids truth litis riulcll Hut us times nru lllit II limit rlit It rljdit To Htll oiU lower 1 fLlV f Tliiin ever liefnru m 1 Am Ay Upm Fitcu Stem wind Vmerleiin Wittelics TfK Large UilnlitfloeknSoQ llMinllfiil UhI ii ii I Snrliitf doop VliUY jocks W Superior qnuf lly of HuwIilfr Miielillio Oil ii ox bottles 10 i i C Hit itlitn Ileopfejfiiljy asssw Ai lie piilillo Mcw And n prayer IhiiiikIr For tin1 Jewelry irmle lltuo Ureuu Ky SEITZ WI Henderon Thos wiiiuiomiJ ASHLAND KV Son j 1 1 T mwaewnaemaarvMi --5 f I HAZEL GjREEN HEBALD SPENOER COOPER -- An ICniImiimIdi y Kplsltc i - - - Editor t VKJTIU VP drx wv u n vJI ittn fkll S t BflU JW- I Friday HAZEL GREEN - KY Jan 22 IH2 WASHINGTONLBITBR Horn Our Kcgiilur Con fsiniinlitit WAHlllXdTOX H CM Jan ir 1ML War tulk is again overshadowing eve rything olso hero and nine people out of tun wlio are informed on tho mioatioii behove that war will bo declared against Ohili within less than tliirty days The administration way led to believe by the Â¬ Chilian Minister that his government was on the ovo of offering satisfactory reparation for the insult to this country and for that reason the correspondence and tho Presidents proclamation was not sent to Congress last week as was the original intention Hut there is to be no more- temporizing and the correspond Â¬ ence and proolainatian is to go to Con - Â¬ gress as soon as Judge Advocate General ltoniey of the Navy completes the tak ing of the testimony of the sailors of the Baltimore and the talk of Congressmen leaves no doubt of the reception it will meet in Congress Representative Jerry Simpson made a very shrewd attempt to obtain official iccognition from the Speaker pro tern for tho Peoples party when the agree ment was made that each party should be allowed two hours for debate on Mr Hotmails resolution that the judgment of tho House is against the passage of any bill aiding in any manner pnvate enterprises and against thonppropriation of any money aside from that necessary to keep up the work of tho departments by asking if that arrangement included two hours for tho Peoples party as well as for tho Democratic and Republican parties The Speaker made a diplomatic escape from the dilemma by saying that he assumed tho division of time would be between those in favor of the resolution and those against it The resolution was adopted yesterday and puts an end to tho hopes of those who had been ex Â¬ pecting appropriations for various things It ia thought by many thatjtho decision of the Supremo Court to the effect that a witness cannot bo compelled to give testimony that will criminate him will seriously hamper the work of the Interstate Commission as it is regarded as next to impossible to prove violations of law without being able to compel the shipper and the railroad men suspected of violating tho law to testify An at tempt will ue made to remedy this very serious defect in the Interstate Commerce law by Congressional legislation Representative Hurler of Ohio evi- Â¬ dently remembers a statement made last summer by Secretary Foster to tho effect that a largo number of Customs collection districts in New England might be abolished at a great saving to the govern Â¬ ment and without injury to the service fur ho has introduced a bill for the reduction and consolidation of Customs collection districts in all parts of the country which ho says will if enacted into a law increase the efficiency of the service and savo 178000 a year Tho friends of free coinage were delighted by thostatemontof Senator Morgan that hcjiad made an examination of tho question propounded by Senator Stewart and agreed with that gentleman in believing that tho law of 1817 author izing tho free coinage of silver had never been repealed and was to day tho law of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ received it at Fldorado Oklahoma I felt almost as proud as if I had met an old friend just from home and for one will take Tm Hkuaid Hoping you and your paper abundant success I um most respectfully 1 u ill lut Minto fi twin fiut- - f- iiiiifrltlinrlinjirl i lit iikiiwi and we should all take Tin Hiuau You dont know how glad I was when W2 KiMTMii IIiiAli--I- y request of Mr C C Williams who accompanied mo to north wM Texas lint September I writo this letter lie asked me Xo say tlintytiir fliniplon correspondent was mistaken when he quoted him as having aid that Kentucky was the best State in the Iliion and that Wolfe was tho best county in He says that ho never niado the State any such statement to your or any other person but had fie juenlly said that ho liked northwest Texas bettor than any country ho ever saw in the mountains I do not suppo o that Mr Williams would have cared to have been quoted as ha vim said that Kentucky was the best State in the Union but to have been quoted as having said that Wolfe was the best county in tho State seemed to him to be too lidieti lously ignorant to go to tho public with I love the old State out his correction of Kcntvcky but the people of Wolfe county aro nearest to my heart lint I have long since learned that llourbon Fayette Clark and other bluegrass coun ties weie far in advance of my native county and so has Mr Williams learned the same There are four or five families talking of moving to Texas If they do there 10 eoire-iiDud-e- nt Â¬ Â¬ Campion k Jan 1248- - Citizens WINCHESTER if WT lOiialB KENTUCKY PAID UP CAPITAL 17500000 jiffy l i viiizw ZtSjtrsffr in i KmfJTSi iLU lrf i fcl flfsfbi TSvi vsw-s- - v x WASH MILLER 1ItKSIOliNT S WWILLIS VICK lJfKSIDKNT iiv it v- itri I A rfr aMtfGlrfi v li ViiwirHJB H HAMPTON CASHIER r 2MssS -- rrtTFm-r - MlS -- wii - mi Jl J 1 rl mi tin u l ijp t iun Ear w TT i fl II StfA I Hoiu I and if his paic improves with age he We have put will soon have to enlarge the Journal on our exchange list and wish tho enterprise success The Mt Sterling Journal is one of the recent ventures in journalism and it is the newsiest little sheet that has struck our sanctum for some time John F Wood is the name that appears as editor j j iNfeIfe mtmwBSBRfimmrmwMmmimim MkiWJ V 3 Ksesyri 5K3 Mmm mwm mas i asKmwu mmm mmzmmzsB artfl3siBBJBacsus rutsi ibisim Hi asranm wfaswKainw5 TB sW K- - J W ASST P0TKTER CASHIER I Jl PWM3 vif- Judge Win Lindsay of Frankfort Saturday notified President Harrison in person that he could not accept the ap pointment as Inter State Commerce Commissioner W J Sauer and Patrick Kuhlman attempted to cross the river at Carrollton Kv Saturday night in a ferry barge and neither has been seen since Â¬ jTTrf - - ii TV 1 Â¬ iSSZZSii rsrF i5S I i - CJ7TIrs2Hr-a-Jif- - n nil - nan imyiinril I Has ample facilities for loins general banking business So- Â¬ licits deposits makes collec tions gives prompt and careful attention to all business entrust Â¬ ed to it and extends to iN customers the most liberal accommonat inns consistent wit u correct banking business n Â¬ Â¬ GHEAPEB l ii ii ii ii ii ii Srfwriif4T npmniTf7 D v30iLiLvii completed jut sell - i tlio school Ex President Cleveland has gone to rangeineuts with the American Hook Company that will enalile liiui to I n Louisiana for a week of hunting and honks minuted hv the State HoarJ of Kdiieation at lie fnllowiiiL reiliteeil rates 1 t Kuvs New Ktrst Arithmetic fishing on Joseph Jeffersons plantation MuCiiittey b hianll Irmicr i Second Arithmetic Kcvisetl J Tht undersigned takes pleasure in announeini that they Shave JI1J JLW4MSlVJ K S STRADER Successors to 71 K SON 1 J A La 1 Co KY ar LKXIXGTOX Main Stkkkt Wholesale Dealers in is reported from Washington that Secretary Hlaine is arranging to submit the Chilian question to arbitration Happy and content is a home with The Ro chestcralampwiththelightof the morning It Fircattcue write Rochisttr Lamp Ce Nttu Yak rimer Si Straight Kentucky Whiskies IT Kclcctic Speller Third Arithmetic f0 0 17 Kev to same First Header Wines Brandies c S 5o lltsrli Arithmetic Second Header 7 KevtoSame Third Header FINE OLD WHISKY A SPECIALTY no 5 MctJufleys 1st Kclcctic Oeouraphv Fourth Header 1 10 Fifth Header Jd hclectic Oeography CIGARS AND TOBACCO s- to d Eclectic Geotrranhv Sixth Aqents for Old Pugh Old Pepper Old The above school hook publications of the American Hook Company arc well known standards ami wo shall at all times have a full supply on hand for sale to school oflicers Tarr and Old Taylor teachers or pupils at the prices named Other school books published bv the Ameiican DINGFELDER Hook Company 137 Walnut Street Cincinnati biipplied at correspondingly low prices i 1 J T feiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimyiiiiiP Printing executed at Huh office in t lit highest style of the art mid at satisfactory prices Noteheads envelopes wale bills Ac Work promptly done and nothing hut the best material used Send for estimates Â¬ Seeing is Believing And a good lamp MVWi ll LU Hazel Ureen Ky WITH jh J M ROBINSON Importers ami Jobbers of CO FARM I FOR SALiL Â¬ place consisting of It acres of laud near Hazel Green On the place is a J room duelling stable crib smokehouse orclmnl vfce also a 22 iuch vein of coal Land is all cleared but 2 acres For further information call on or address JACK SPICKK Hncl Green Ky will sell mv must be simple vhcn it is not simnle it is not good Simple Beautiful Good these words mean much but to see The Rochester will impress the truth more forcibly All metal wsBSBsaKy tough and seamless and made in three pieces only it is absolutely wrantl unbreakable Like Aladdins of old it is indeed a wonderful lamp for its mar- Â¬ velous light is purer and brighter than gas light softer than electric light and more cheerful than either DRY GOODS AND 541- -- NOTIONS W g Xoij 037 o39 and Wcst Main Street T G LOUISVILLE KY J P Sharp IJruce Trimble Denton Â¬ Â¬ AH STAMPER CAMPTON KY Â¬ ATTORNEY AT LAW Â¬ Offers his professional services to the citi zens of Wolfe and adjoining counties Will tA TTnTlTj Ifthe tampdcalerhnsnt the ccnnlne Rochester iiuit the style you want semi to us for our new illustrated catnloguc lamt we will send ou a lamp safely by extiress vour choice of over 2UUU Ivaricties from the at rest lamp State in the liotltt KOtiIKSTIK LAMP CO 42 Park Place New York City Look -- forthisstntnp Tub Rochester SHARP TRIMBLE MT STKIthlXG DENTON KY 2g M yCy - The Rochester mr Cask Hickory J rove Farm homo Hticlnc Wis wiyn Alter trying every known remedy Irenuncit n laru Uanch S of two years Mundltu Iroin u a year old Ally 2 with turco nppUcutlouu of Mil make collections and remittances promptly aTtTwoou the laud OOlTDAY Representatives of tho labor organiza II F HA Y tions aro urging Congress to support the ATTORNEYS AT LAW eight hour bill introduced in tlio House Office over Kxchnngc Hank Mnysville St Mt Sterling Ky bv Representative ONeill of Missouri This bill was drawn by tlio labor men Practice in Montgomery Powell Meiiffoe Â¬ SliJI v5H lMtMrtihiM t ia Â¬ vuiun t jxzj J I ofJay-Kye-Sc- e hours a day IHGSTAFF REAR Representative Jerry Simpson wants an investigation made of tho workings of ATTORNEYS AT LAW tho Agricultural department and Secre MT STKUMXG KY tary Itusk expresses tho wish that Mr in the courts of Montgomery and Simpsons resolution will be adopted by Practice Iongrcvs and the investigation bo most adjoining counties and in the Court of Ap searching in its character as ho is anx Â¬ peals and Federal Courts ious for everybody to know what his de J A TAULBEE partment is doing for the farmers and Â¬ Â¬ Wolfe Ilrcntliitt ltnwan Magoffin and Mor and it provides that no employer of labor gan counties and Superior Court and Court in government work shall permit engaged of Appeals his employees to work more than eight o Â¬ mini message and has been endorsed by Mime of tho leading Democrats in the House it is fair to assume that Senator Tellers resolution or a similar ouu will bo adopted What its rcMilt will bo upon the silver question in this Congress is not Senator Teller has introduced a resolution providing for an international eon fereuco with m many of the countries in terested as shall accept tho invitation of tho United States for the purpose of try- Â¬ ing to reach an agreement on the money question as represented by silver llo gave notice that while tho freo coinage advocates favored such a conference and hoped for good results from it they would not cease their ellbrts to bring about free coinage As this conference was recommended in the President an Â¬ how it is doing it JK Physician and Surgeon WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING DRUGGISTS 1 1 imd Oreen Wolfe County KENTUCKY DR J F LOCK II ART stC DAY DENTIST KKU IlOlfSK IlA7ni KY Ky i milt A farm containing M ACKKS from Mt Sterling nil in grass except S We have hundreds ijueh vtlimoniah- aeie uootl oil good improvements and m LM good ueiglihorliood uitli an excellent or per bottle Ask yourdruincist furlt If ho Price eliartl and convenient to good m IiooK Bv i lk h not lurtrihUox rtJliiair Tla kilt8nittiiotuiiiHorMlrr eli arches mid pototlicc 6c CO Whitehall N Y It is a nice home W 11 IHhiYikeltiiV iTUADKMAnK I will T JErMJBL I Wi ami mut he wn to lie appreciated give a hettcr hargaiu than can lie found ia the State if application is made hefore I rem it ALSO A farm of AMOlT ACItKS near on lllaekwater Morgan countv known u KY CATLETTSBURG the Miles Knsh taim nhuiif KM acres clear The Largest Drug House in tho Ohio Valley ed and in eultivatiou and the lialnme in Manufacturers of 228 REMEDIES that nre Sold by tho Dozen timber This farm is susceptible of dhMon 16000 Square Feet of Floor Room 28 Hands Employed I will divide it to suit purchaser and take nU w good horses in part payment and give rirtfuli proprietors of the famous X X ole proprietors of the renow nedV- - 9 liberal terms on the balance X X MINUUU Kl UN tT CORDIAL J X c TRIMIUi distr NERVE KING gThe only remedy that is sold on an aliso A xKor the iierinauiiit cure of lalns in thet II lnti iruiirantre to cure all Iain- - ami i r x iiihii nunI an uisiiuirrs iii wic tininesi r and rrinary Organs Thousands of eer- Aches Vamps and Colic Diairlnca Dys- internally and ester- titieates of those who liue nsd till cnterv etc will he sent on apidicalioii nallv Hie nest iiuiment in inc wurio IHK I S10O CKNTS lMMCi E litc Have now n complete line of lotliiii Hats Boots Shoes and Gents Furnishing Goods e solicit an inspection of our goods and guarantee pri ces satisfactory and articles as recommended Â¬ QUINNS OINTMENT of It Isthohest preparation I ImvocvcrnKCdorhenrd 1 heartily recommend it to till ilorsemcu 2 FARMS FOR SALE SlD inIY 9 U5- I1 Â¬ Xll 1 Ied I ii t I riedv Trimble Bros ra i yet apparent The talk of members of the Houmj MALriN Committee on Patents indicates that the vini voboof thoinventorsol tho country has at last Wen heart and that a bill making D it n penal offense to wilfully infringe a patout wjll shortly be reported to tho WllOLICrfALE 111 Y GOODS NOTIONS HOOTS SHOES House It should liavo been done years Mus TOU OVY Proprietress This lioiihc has heen recently refuted and returnlslietl and the taole is at all tinun sup plied with the best in the market Itates reasonable Sample room attached and spe Patronage is cial rates to rommcralal mnu nflly rupi etiullv solicited iitrxx 4arFon Sam hy STOitiw and Cocxthy Sronrs Â¬ Hit feU H CARPENTER c TI TAQMWH INSTRUCTION IN 800K KEEPIN6 SHORT HAND TYPE WRITING PENMANSHIP COLLEGE SOUTH WEST TEt E8RAPHY ETC ETC AT THE BRYANT A STRATTON BUSINESS luuifeVliit iw uaimiuuuc mil CORNER THIRD AND mFEHSQN 5lKttl AJJAM7JdA Llstf fiumttm J frKi VAOK0vVC EvritYWMKRS iwt fl -- WHOLES LE Xi l7 fi 1D1D bti m i ih CS l m -- IT STKULlNCf KY ftMonsignnicnts of product and the pationauc of Mountain Mviiluiul respect lull solicited jelll uro sold at this ollico nt Id oontn dotkn and tho lut penoH in town nt v apitot HgO riTSHriK KY J THD DDTlMTllMrT U D T K I IM I I ll U MVrIY niKMMYaml VHOMITLY EXr CTTLl AT THIS oriItM Send vour order Viblt J0CJ J lVrryinu Tlu jti tly colebrntcd Uv pen JS- - 5 X V tt TV Marriage ami dentil notice not exceeding t en lines solicited and published KltKK CfTHlMS HO It IlKUtIAIl A HVKIITISINO HAYAItfiK QtUltTKUIY ON DKMANI Address SPFNCFR COOIKU Ilael Jreen Ky Clay Ilerndon Mnreim ffmn Inrcor Campion Cuiitiiej unit Breathitt t lut n nil other paper- - in the T Center wont to lay Cilv la t weak and merchant In Mt Sterling Yiu Mute rlicMer lcNiiicloii Louisville ami Iluflu on busim ss I tin clt water Unhide mitt will liinl it tiik iiist AirKirM through II Stumper of Torrent Is iittcitilini which to secure Moiiiittini Trade Asa Pieratt has sore throat tit tliis place nirt ADVIMITIHINU IUTKS The la grippe Is raging here Fill ks who Imi been tittittitliui court TltANHIJNT rctitnuMi t MvNitbh wlun lie isttthi On account of the big freeze up news is AdvertUenicuK In erted for les limn t ninths will III 7o Clllts mi inch tor thn ili i llt fuilloud tics scarce t U I Ilivciipuxscd through this place ninioii nun i ceius an men ior caen sill We will soon linvc a saw mill on our creek Saturday en route to Antioeli to begin a It is badly needed MMjticut insertion fiAU TllANSIHNT AllVKirriMMI llT protracted meeting Jake Ilounshell has moved to the Utile in IAin in aiivanvi Itev F A Savage who has been on the fork of Hlackwater ST ANUtMJ A liVKUTIHKMKvrs sick list for a considerable length of lime i 7 inch lJ nioiitlis Horn to the wife of John Miiiiiu a girl has about reeovered VI oil nches John is kicking high Itev David Whitaker has been preaching l UO inches Amos LawMin has moved to Frank Pic Church inches IS 7 mi mo excellent dermoid at the M ratts farm for this year South the past week 22 inches li inches Mrs - KI John C Tolsoni litis been appointed Vi S sick list Valentineout Pieratt lias been on the but is again Libera rates on lurcer advertisements SinnL- i jivivih iivi uint iviiiiiti i humi tt ik ill iw mane kiioh i on application Illtv al llooIlu Stampers dlstillerv near Mav- John Henry of Grassy was visiting his Local notices to be interspersed among town father Saturday ami Sunday rcuiiuiK iniuier iv cenis ll line wmi a nil- i nn i at this place is nrotrressluir Henry Miles has come in from lireatliitt count of 2j per cent where thev run a uiouili nicely with ill pupils in attendance Prof His family will follow this week iiuii i I5 I proving to be an excellent We have been visited with the heaviest Obituaries tribute of toprct ete Me a teucher mid Im assistants are giving general sleet I ever saw and still a sleetiu line Count six words to the line and send Several young gentlemen Irmn money with the manuscript We will rite Mtilii tniii Willie Cox has been bid witli diphtheria thw counties are in attendance while more -- bituaries and publish at j cents a line 1 1 Hazel Green hi Herald Wolfe circulation - -JI - WOLFE COUNTY rami known some of tlio hoys made tliem solve iiipOK of enormous slreiiml arc trying to xiunke iiwnv their troubles Jan IS tssj Hlt ItT M H F IMHUATT J- - i J nrAiinta in T PIERATT H F PIERATT - CO I J I I LIVE STOCK 4 COUNTRY PRODUCE Good People Play Progression ii a 1 Uuy your goods while they aro cheap and now is the time X - m SSHaMS is business Sffi83 uiul this is our reason Wo want to buy more goods j K j l Deputy Collector was a guest of John Iieratt Weilnesdav night 4A Dr Taulbee reports the birth of a girl baby to the wife of 0 Wireuian on Wed Â¬ nesday mentioned in these columns is now convalescent Miss Nannie Fields Miss Florence Quick sail and Hen Quicksall all of Kzel matricu lated at Hazel Srcen Academy this week Mrs Levi Kash whose illness has been Â¬ Â¬ Mort Iieratt formerly of this place but who lias been living ntllriishtoii 111 for a ear or more is now in Texas and says it is certainly the finest country he ever saw Kelley Fiilks undoulitedly the best dep litv s icrill Wolle eountv ever had tinmen raid into the lower end of the county last week capturing several violators of the law I look forward with fond anticipation to the time when will hiie tliepleasure of voting for Kelley for slicrill If lie is ever a candi date for sheritl or any other ollice you bet he will get there Kli The following were registered at the Spencer Combs House the past week Cooper J W Craven J T Iieratt Jno W llowerton S H Kash and Dr J A Taulbee Hazel Srcen Jacob Hush F Ponder Torrent Win Combs Jackson Fred Kellam Isiaah Spencer Zaclitiriiili Portsmouth Joel Chenault Howen litis Wittmaii Lexington Hill Linden Lee Citv S II Smith Oil Springs J M Daniel Clay City Win Knoxville C illenwator Henrv Matlock Tenn Wilson Settle New York City II W Smith Cincinnati O J W Combs Stillwater Robert Templer Spradling Prof C T Hyrd Gun Lock Thicket Lee county 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ llll- - - but Dr Taulbee soon relieved him Fncle Harry Little did not preach here Â¬ Sunday Theweathcr was so bad he did not come Your correspondent took dinner with lmve extended the Credit SyHtem until we nro compelled to closo our Wingless at Maytown last Sunday It books and wo respectfully nsk those who owe us to come in niul pny part was the birthday of his daughter Rosa and the table was full from end to end ami side or all of your note or account Trusting you will heed this we remain Very respect fully c CO H F PIERATT to side but it was not long until you could seen vacant spot on the table In the course of half an hour the goodies had melted like snow in contact with the warm sunlight All who know dipt Sample like him and we will not soon forget the birthday dinner Jan 18 182 SllCKKlt tonsilitis We arc not in business merely tor pleasure nor for health but for the profit anil the way to make it profitable is to sell everybody And the way to sell everybody is to sell cheaper than anybody And that is what we are going to do for Cash or Country Produce Dont you see that lF Do You Need Money mflVvY Mason Cope of Frozen Creek lireatliitt county was here Wednesday after Dr John A Tiiuibee to visit his father James Cope who is quite ill and the Doctor complied with the call known as a former correspondent from Taulbee in lireatliitt countv who has been in Texas for a year returned home last week and this week sent us a letter but wo are compelled to omit for lack of space Â¬ Plunket Samuel Falkner charged with forging an order from N Folks to 0 T Center was tried Tuesday and sentenced to the peniten tiary lor two years He was delended by A II Stamper Z T Hurst and A F Hyrd NThe Commonwealth was represented by J C Lykins aid T C Johnson ralkner was alsotried on Friday on a charge of forging T Center an order from William Hose to but was acquitted Falkners attorneys ap pealed the Hue No other felony cases have been tried yet but several minor cases have been disposed 5 Â¬ We acknowledge the receipt of a very handsome and useful book from our old friend Judge Lusk and beg to assure him that it is a token of his friendship that we shall alwavs cherish with fond recollections of the past B Miss Lane Taulbee who has been keeping bouse for her brother Dr Hreck Taulbee of Mt Sterling for several months is a guest of her brother Dr J A Taulbee of this place and en route for her home in Morgan where she will visit her father and mother Crockett Coldirou has sold out his contract at Rousseau mid quit the logging business He returned to Hazel Sreen this week and fenvs that he never before realized so fully tfie sentiment of the song Home Sweet Home as there is certainly no place like Hazel Green W M Â¬ Â¬ of IrontonO the leading wholesale hardware dealers writing us recently sav that James II Phillips for two years past with a Cincinnati hardware house lias accepted a position with them and will iu future travel this territory in their interest Our merchants should make a note of this nml hold orders for Mr Phillips who will call upon them soon Kerr A Co Â¬ Â¬ We have reeeivnl a letter from ouryoitng friend MortSwango who is attending school at Kentucky University in which he speaks very encouragingly of the future for Lexing ton busness for TllK llKKAID and assures us of his continued clients iu our behalf Mort is a solid friend of ours and we cer tainly upprecinte all he is doing He also sends love to everybody iu Hael Green Â¬ Â¬ John Iieratt and W T Swaugo of this place attended court at Mt Sterling Mon day and report a very dull court day so far as stock stiles were concerned Mr Iieratt says three yoke of extra good cattle brought le a pound but that other sales averaged only about Uc There was a good many cattle on the market and several head lett over unsold Hut few plug horses on the market and not many of vthose sold No demand for mules at all Â¬ Our press took a fly up on us this week and at one time we feared we could not issue the- paper John II Rose the well known blacksmith however came to om assistance at the proper time and we are glad to Ntnte that it is again in shape to do all classes of work besides printing TllK HcuaiP of a noisy wcrld with news from all nations Mr Rose has our thanks for bis timely aid and incidentally we may ob serve that now is the time to subscribe Â¬ lA The next term of Hazel Green Academy begins on Monday the -- th insl Special drill classes for teachers will be arranged a thorough review of branches required by the Common School Law will be made the reviews iu all the branches will include something more than one thousand practical questions and these will determine in it measurn the class of certificate the stu dfiittWill be able to obtain next summer All the higher branches will be taught or at least all forwljich there is demand Other teachers will be employed and every class and every pupil will lie thoroughly taught Thu tuition ratesnro lower than any school f like pretensions In Fistern Kentucky There are no extra charges for matriculation room rent incidentals etc The Academy Home will accommodate iJO boarders New house new furniture good fare ami plenty of it all at a font of - Oil per week Where can yon do better Whore can you do as well Kilter now and prepare yourself thor oughly for teaching Remember the cost Tuition Hoard and Lodging only v for twenty weeks Â¬ I Jesse Drown colored was hanged at Pa ducali the loth inst for the murder of John 1891 Larry also colored January It is said that not a single member of the Legislature has been drunk or much under the influence of liquor since the session commenced Mrs Fannie Wallace aged tiO years living near Frankfort committed suicide Monday evening of last week by shooting herself with a shot gun The eleventh annual State Convention of the Young Mens Christian Associations of of the State will be held at Danville on the 18th Jan IS 1892 SffiiB Jack ami Sit li of February The Treasury of the State is iu a very de llenr Iuii Iuih IHiikh statesmen are try 12th inst of pleted condition and Reason Spencer died on the ing to devise some means for replenishing dropsy it without increasing taxation Douglass llobbs passed through here one A postotlice has been established at Turk day last week en lottte to Cainpton Adair county ami James K Robertson ap Miss Dora Horton who has been suffering pointed postmaster The postoflice at Clear greatlv with la grippe the past week is now Fork Hell county has been discon inued convalescing Fmaiiuel Oldham died very suddenly at Floyd Horton of Lee county has been Richmond Sunday of la grippe He was visiting relatives and friends in this vicinity undoubtedly the oldest mini in Kentucky the past week being 113 years old at the time of his deatli H N Horton County Superintendent reHiggs the forger one of the three prison cently paid the vicinity of Maytown a visit ers who escaped from the Mt Sterling jail on otiieial business on Wednesday night of last week is still at Mrs Mary Oakley of Grassy Creek has large The jailer has offered a large reward been visiting MrsJerrv Flkinsaud relatives tor Ins capture The lottery fight is on iu the Legislature in this neighborhood the past week Senator Goehel insisting upon the adoption Your scribe had the pleasure of attending It is original sweeping measure church at this place Sunday and heard tin of Ids that with numerous amendments by Rev William thought excellent sermon delivered the bill will pass Tyler Pete Nicholson the murderer of Charles Miss Dora Horton who has beensuflerin ami fellon is now much Heeson and afterward adjudged insane who for some time with joint committed to Anchorage Asylum but better and is able to resume her studies recently made his escape has been captured again at Little Rock Ark was a John C Tolson lT S S and The suggestion of Gov Drown that the guest of II X Horton last Friday night lie Geological Survey he abolished is not meet is making an efficient officer and will do general approval of John will ing with that was extended to his the State good service for the government proposal papers which prove himself worthy of his calling about the Kddyville prison The school at this place is in a high state on the loth hung its Mctracken There are lf pupils in at eighth victim countyregularly administered of progression of W tendance uider the tutorship of John justice and has besides had one case of jus Tiiuibee There are several young teachers tice adiiiinlctered by a mob Three of the mid the pupils which Miss in attendance were hanged at one time under miliSarah Horton hud under control during the eight rule during the war tary last public term are always at the head and The seiiii unniial statements and dividends we believe she is an excellent teacher and of the banks of the Slate show few marked worthy of imitation traces of financial gales Conservative iniin Xuitxus Jan 18 1892 ageniHit has characterized them and the pricking ot the speculative bubble damaged MORGAN COUNTY only a Iaw to any dangerous extent The Governors reception to the members Ma town Mlssltes and officers of the General Assembly and News is scarce other friends on the evening of the lith delightful Mr T J Sexton paid our town n visit re- was a largely attended ami most alfnir The mansion was a blaze of light cently and the decorations floral and otherwise J L Manker of Peoria 111 is visiting his were lavish and in exquisite taste parents at this place The Klizabethtown News iu recording the This town is having its share of la grippe death at Fast View Hardin county of John Dr Kindrick and family are all down with Young recalls one of the most famous of the disease Kentuckys criminal trials Mr Young was Mr Willie Ward and Miss Cora Clark one of the members of the jury which ac were married last week at the residence of quitted Matt Ward about thirty five veurs ago for killing Dutler ami was believed to the brides parents a severe attack of be the last survivor of the jury Miss Rosa Sample has The most interesting bill which has been In grippe WlNOlKSS presented in the Legislature Is one prepared Jan 18 1892 by Mr Gardner in the House and Mr Alex Kzel Involution ander iu the Senate looking to the removal It revives the K but of the seat of government The health of our town is all 0 proposition to establish the Capital at Louin the country several case of la grippe isville ami will liven up things a bit iu V the people have been Pone Niekell i broke up Franklort rw-u- their slumbering where belief that nobody was vi l iu the i day noiiiii i him hi Miss Nannie kindred on Toms branen Goodwins at this going to agitate the location question mid her home al S I make tliattlie whole business was practically set tied except as to the exteit of the approplace previous arrangements and priation for new buildings Vceording to severity of the weather and for some time The result of the educational meeting held laving to crawl upstairs bv liimsell a in the ollice of Superintendent id Public Willi Wanl last week took unto himsdl Instruction and lasting two days will Mko little wife in the person ol Miss Carrie shape iu several bills to b offered by Shiii dear tor Stewart amending the school law One Clark week traded IN mterPhl will require district taxation another will Jasper Sharp last I r to raise a fund for the maintenance crop of tobacco to J M Ileni It in a endeavor training schools for teachurs an and ill of three necessary siUne innr limo return to his home iu Hrackeu oflier will place a proper restriction upon diplomas ami still another will provide lor The ptty ol school tcrni n live months to Mr Austin lMerattanMlMluhiFrr County Superintendents Is remain at the present figures and iimiltempt will be made to secure bfttcmohnol hoin es 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Thursdaythe jury failing to ayree the irrocerv store of David If so you can get Homcthing better than dollars from uh The completion of the K U It It to Jackson has cut us oil from a large wholesale trado Heretofore Co of Maysvillc grocers F H MRler had by us iu several counties east mid left on our hands an immense stock of have assigned goods which we tiro compelled to unload and in order to do so wo nre determined Judge William Manhy a prominent citi- to make prices do the work prices which will make our patrons happy and make zen of Lngrauge died on the loth lust We oiler to Country Merchants extra inducements and guar Â¬ competition howl them lower prices than they ever got before Wo are overstocked and Col K F Clay of Hourbon has been cho antee to Kcmeinher we will duplicate any bill with freights ridded either sen chief executive of the new Kentucky must unload Racng Association Wo are now rewholesale or retail east or west north or south up hill or down COURT NOTKS The people of Fastern Kentucky are mov- ceiving such lines bought for cahii at bottom bargains as will fill every depart- Â¬ We can astonish you with Joseph Little churned with breaking into ing for a new Cuitcd States Circuit Court ment New fresh seasonable choice and cheap STATE SUNSHINE AND SHADOW Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A thev was tried District to be located at Jackson covered with goods at half prices As the prices wo name merely givo us a chance to get our money out of the goods we cannot afford credit Goods will be Hold for cash only or country produce live stock and school claims taken iu exchange We have opened a new department under tlio charge of Miss Laura Itawlings and Miss Lulu Day which is fully stocked with fine Millinery Notions Ladies Furnishing Goods Wall Paper Carpets and Oil Cloths School Hooks and Sup plies Pictures and Frames etc etc Miss Rawlings is a thoroughly competent Si il li nor and Dross Maker and we oiler you a City otock to select hum You can get as fine and stylish Millinery and Dresses hero as anywhere and at tho very lowest prices Yours etc Â¬ j jft nr M HAZEL HOSE i ay cfc oo GREEN KENTUCKY II C JOHN SWANGO Rose SMaffiJu m DEALERS x Swaiigo IN- - jfcn t CMttjl tPMUk HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY Maimi l fEWfiHEJ UMhPAd o Carry a complete line of Dry Goods Notions Ladies Dress Goods Gents Clothing Boots Shoes JInts Patent Mediand sell FOR CASH at prices cines Saddles Harness in Ilael Green flAll goods lower than ever before seen guaranteed as represented or money refunded Â¬ JUD THD DDTMTIIVIH I I rKIIM 1Mb CUTED NEATLY CHEAPLY and PROMPTLY EXE AT THIS OFFICE Send your order Pv1 B9b vETotf Two bottles of lnstor Koonlgi Norvo Toulo rostorod his health mid bo is now at totaling school again MIOOAEL OCONNKL 2 yours MA 1 IMF KENTUGKY 26 PROFESSORS and INSTRUCTORS n -- v 1 VIII St Vitus Dhhcc Cured Study J Rah Andhkas Cnl Co Col Fob 1689 My boy la yours old wna ho atfctd by Ht COUNTY APPOINTEE8 RECEIVED VitUB Diitico that ho could not o to hoIioo for fiiinfllui 150 to Classioal Normal Sohool Aondomio Commercial and Military Coursos of FREE OF TUITION Fall term begiriH HimmmrHiimn Hoiiril iu dormitory 2 per weckflii private K Agricultural SoiontiAo Engineering For Catalogue mid reus Â¬ Eadt Nuwmaiiket Md March R 1991 My daughter bad opllupsy so sovuro that alio would hvo 0 or 7 fits ovory 21 hours 1 untie dlaUtly after using lastor Koonlgs Norvo Tonla tho BiaBiuo docrcoeod Iu muubor and In loss ibnn two weeks from taking thu first doso iboy ontlroly oosod Hoforo Uhtng this inodlolno hor inlud was very weak but now mind and mom ory aro fully retttorod and sha is uiitlruly oured of the fits by tho usoof this great rutnody UUU J IL AND11EYV Valuable Hook n Nervous A blftoiiHOt sent free to oar address and poor patients can alo obtain K Tills remedy bas boon prepared by the Iteveread Pamor Kncnlfr of Fort Wavne Ind- - sines HT and is uow prepared uudorbla direction by tho A Very Iliul Cawn JAS LEXINGTON PATTERSON KY PhD Traders Deposit Bank MT STERLING KY 30000 Capita J M G r 200000 Suiipiuh LULL r IlLaba rr I this medicine free of chame MOSTAFJVPrFNMcnt L KlUKlATJUOK Vice President W W THOMSON CiiMliler o Â¬ lsikl1 KOENIQ MED CO Chicago III Sold by DraKKUU at 81 per Dottle 0 fat 98 Large UUe S175 0 Bottles for V9 We recntiplfiillv nolielt the liuniiieuM of incr cliuntK luriiicw trader and tiiiHiucwi men Ktiiurully throughout KtiMcru Kentucky A Hvu uh n general ItaiiKlug business done chance to Heritl you a hunk hook imy your cIicuUh mill loan you money when in ueud W W TilOMlHOX Ciisli Â¬ Heron the little Jeweler of Kzel Turned to a Wntcli the time to tell iACHERSMNSTITUTE PROCEEDINGS olv rpmcod M I mi III UiMtH With n now trimming machine h modern tlie public PttH tn pier f l Job press mi Hhiindanee of type And a prayer IkiiiiuIr and Htiperlor workmen we nre bettor pre For the Jewelry Initio linreii to nrint Institute IroccediiiKH than Not tlmt lios busted any office In Kiuteru Kentucky IIchnokIvu Or lilt trade Iiiih runted u your orders HlKNCKK COOIKU Hut iin lime tire I lull t IMitnr Herald Iituel Jreen Ky He tliotilit It rlttlit Tn nell onl lower SEITZ Than ever heforu WITH Open Pnco Stem wind Viiieriuuii WttteliiH fSOO f note Wciplitriookv 8300 WlldlKMA1fe Ileuiitlful Walnut Sprint JFL SjDj Qoop Witujlocks 3 WierUir iiiu ssa WSfc lie A WJ Henderaon Thos ASHLAND Son - Truly in thU county Wednesday I h iiU IMtfnlly i I A Kit KY Wm II COKD Hazel Green Herald SPENCER COOPER PuMtoktr peted tho object of his visit remedies with his skill Having com- Â¬ ho UAZKL GREEN I I X KY 1 - zv u iTihr rwrnn bevaH h tbt irki MOW nu AMk renM kibvh mNK J iaw TkwrRNTFRT 6ffV 1611 StoiYVPiIife OAJIfcllNC CONTINUED CHAPTER XIII Weill well cried tho doctor who y tho way was na kind and generous an old bouI ns over lived dont got ox rltcd Green It is not rx bod as that Didnt I say sho would got along all right only it would talco a long tlmo to bring her through Yes yes but you Bald alio must hnvo good caro nnd attention and I havo no way of procuring them for her How can I get them doctor when I havent a dollar in tho world For a little whilo tho old physician remained silent This stato of affairs was nothing new to him for ho mot with similar cases almost every day now in hii practice but ho was not inured to it and each now caso apÂ¬ pealed to his sympathy and touched his You ofni get somo moans from your friends to tide you ovor this spell cant you From your tho doctor asked relatives or hers 2so it is useless to think of that doctor John replied as ho slowly and Wo havo no sadly shook his head friends to call on for aid and both my parents and liors havo cut us adrift and left us to stem tho tide alone Her father is rich but ho denounced nnd disowned hor when sho and I married nnd from that day to this ho has not spoken token She is dead to him Put surely Green tho old doctor urged in a ease liku this ho would not maintain such unnatural and unfnthor ly feelings lie cannot bu so hard and inhuman ns to let hor suffer when ho has it in his power to prevent it Why think of it man that would bo simply terrible It would bo heathenish It would be worso than brutal and surely no Christian man would bo so hard as good Well perkaps it wont but wo can try Anyhow wo will glvo him a clmnco to show his heart Just glvo mo his nddress and Ill wrlto when I get home arose to go saying that ho would call oo tho morrow but whrm ho camo out of tho cabin ho halted by the door and for some tlmo stood hesitatingly on tho threshold At last ho beckoned John out Green ho said your wifes father ought to know about this sickness and if you donWJyct Ill wrlfc to him It cant do any harm nnd it might result in some good What do you say I dont know that the ro would bo anything wrong in it John replied after thinking a moment and If you think it best I shant offer any objec Â¬ tion Hut I dont think it will do any John gave the address and that night tho doctor wroto his letter to Hiram niatchford CHAPTER XIV ASOTIIKH LOAN NfinDID hoart that your attendance Never mind about me Green tho old doctor replied Dont worry about my pay Ill attend her and do whatÂ¬ ever is in my power to benefit her and you can pay me when you aro able There wont bo any trouble on that score I fear it would do no good to appeal I dont know to him John replied what to do doctor Im sure My poor wife must havo attention but I am not able to even ho much as pay you for come to believe all mankind heartless Ho had felt all alono in tho world and thought that of all tho millions of souls on earth not one had a feeling of sym Â¬ pathy for himself and family And now to meet with sueh kindness and to child Thus the weeks dragged by and tho hear such generous language from tho lips of a sti anger touched Johns heart autumn came Johns store of provis Â¬ II reached out and took tho ions dwindled down until the larder deeply doctors hand in his and as tho big tears was almost empty For days he smd rolled down his swarthy ehcoks ho cried Louise had gone on short allowances in order that so much as possible might Hut now bo spared to the sick woman tho time had come when tho larder must bo replenished in some way John pondered tho matter over long and at last ho hit upon a plan llo had his wagon and team and few farm imple- Â¬ ments left Ho would mako an effort to dispose of them Ho was loth to take this stop for with tho sale of tho things ho parted with all chanco of raising John wept like a child at these words It was the first time ho had heard such for three or four long years and ho had any was abandoned Alary continued In a precarious condi- Â¬ tion and all through the long days her life hung in a balance Tho good old doctor was faithful in his ministrations but the dread malaria had gained so firm a hold on its victim that it was difilcult to make an impression on It John and Louise shared the duties of nurse and often through tho sad sol Â¬ emn nights John sat out the hours by the side of his sick wife and in tho solitude and loneliness his thoughts ran bnek over tho events and scenes of his life Often In her delirious hours tho mind of poor Mary wandered and In a weak frail voice she talked of her youth of her old homo in the east and of her father Again and again she imagined herself a child and thought her mother came and bent over her and soothed her with loving words and caresses just as she had so often done in tho long ago Again she would remember her father as sho knew him when a child and in hor wild fancy he would come and kiss her and fondle her as ho used to do in the old happy days Sometimes sho would dream that she was in tho old house playing about tho large airy cozy rooms and again at other times sho romped over tho smooth soft lawn Then her fancy would take a turn and through her mind would come trooping remembrances of less pleasant scenes She would live over again all tho sufferings of later years and in the agony of her soul cry out to her father for mercy Oh papa papa sho would cry have mercy on mo and spare me Do not bs so cold and cruel to your child but let mo once more feel tho touch of your hand tho pressure of your lips Let mo once more hear you speak words of tender love as you did when I was a John was of course compelled to give up tho Idea of going cast In quest of employment He could not think of leaving his wife He waited day after day and week after week hoping against hope for a happy turn of affairs Tho doctor had written his letter to IMatehford but no reply came and after a month of wnitlng nil hope of John thanked Pearson for his kindly Irttcrcst thanked him from tho bottom of his heart for ho was In that condi- Â¬ tion when tho kindness of a dog cvon would havo been grateful Moreover John looked upon Mr Pearson as an exceedingly generous young man and was glad to have his friendship and company So ho expressed a wish that Harry would visit his family as often ns ho found it convenient Scrnggs looked on this little sccno with anything but a pleased expression Ills faco showed a mingling of anger and pity and If John had been a close observer cnpablo of read- Â¬ ing tho human countenance ho Btiroly would havo seen something in tho ex- Â¬ pression of Scrnggs faco and eyes to hnvo warned him against futuro danger Uut as It was John saw nothing Mr Scraggs John said when tho salutations wcro over I havo como to you for a littlo further accommodation as you call It and in this instance I will term it an accommodation mysolf I havo even though dearly bought como to that point where I must havo money from somo source oven if I have to staal it and I want to know if you couldnt possibly mako a slight advance on my loan Tho farm is un Â¬ doubtedly perfectly good for more than double what is now on it and you could surely let mo have fifty dollars Come Scraggs cant more at least you do it under the circumstances Scraggs made no reply further than to shake his head slowly in tho nega Â¬ it is a Scraggs said John tive matter of life and death I must havo money or my wifo will die and you must let mo have it You must do you hear I cant got it anywhere else and you must let me havo it It was a long1 time before Scraggs spoke and then ho delivered his words slowly and there was a tinge of sadness in his voice so foreign to him that it sounded strnngevpven to his own ears I sympathize Mr Green said he with you and were it in 1113 power to aid you with a loan Id do it gladly Hut it is not You know that tho money I control is eastern capital and I havo rules to govern mo rules that are not of in making and I dare not overstep them or vary from them in the least I have had other petitions such ns yours from the settlers of the plains and in tho hope of being able to accomplish some- Â¬ thing for those people I have written to the company whoso money I have laying the true state of affairs open to them and begging them to mako more liberal terms so that these unfortunate people might have a chanco to live through thcte close times At this point Scraggs happened to glance up and his eyes met those of Pearson Tho latter was scowling and looking daggers and shaking his head angrily at Scraggs but tho agent paid no attention to these gestures and went Â¬ od decido that he tua undergone s chnnge of heart or something of that sort but such is not tho case Ho Is Scraggs still tho same in heart and principle that ho has always bcon Tho truth about Scraggs Is ho never was as bnd as ho seemed Llko a great many other successful business men ho knew how to look out for his own Interest nnd mado It a point to turn every dol lar possible Into his own pocket In do- Â¬ ing this ho did not stop to consider tho welfaro of thoso with whom ho dealt Hut outside of business Scraggs had a heart and he could nnd did sympa Â¬ thize with tho needy Scraggs was charitable In his wny but ho never mixed charity and business When John Green camo down from Scraggs oilleo after the Interview just described he found Harry Pearson awaiting Jiim on the street aud tho two men walked away together They had not gone far when Harry re- Â¬ marked Scraggs Is a pious old chap aint ho Ho PERSONAL AND LITERARY seems to bo a much better man Yes seems to be said Harry Its not very hard for some men to mako appearances though is it I dont know what you mean Mr Pearson Oh I dont mean anything only that of course Scraggs pretended interest in your welfare is nicely put on The idea of Scraggs feeling an interest in any body Thats rich Green Do you suppose ho didnt mean what ho said Why so far as letting you have tho money is concerned no doubt he did 15ut what sort of terms would he make Â¬ than I thought John ropllcd you I dont know said Green never ashed him about that I dont suppose though tho terms would bo very liberal but let them be what they I am may I am glad to accept them not in a situation now to cavil over terms I must have money at any cost and Scraggs is the only man from whom I can get it Green You are mistaken Air Thdre is another place to get tho money and I will help you to get it You must not take it from Scrnggs be 1 Aloxnndro Damns Is greatly hum pcrod in his literary work by his wifes protracted and painful illness On her account ho stays at Marly and is said to walk fast and aimlessly about tho adjacent forests In all kinds of wenthor This mental distress completely unfits lain for the use of tho pen The name of Swlnburno is almost ns closely associated with tho Islo of Wight as that of Tennyson The poot himsolf spent much of his jarly life at tho Undo rclifF His brother and his fa- Â¬ ther Admiral Swinburne aro buried at Honchurch and several members of his family own property in the islnnd Gen Pelxotou tho now Hrazlllan president is asoldlor llkoman past tho middle age of dark or swarthy com- Â¬ plexion and wcarlnghls gray hair closo cut Courteous nnd pleasing in man Â¬ ner he it courteous aud nervously polite and has a good sympathetic voice As a soldier his record has been respect able rather than brilliant Princo Max tho third son of Prince Gcorgo of Saxony nephew of tho king recently passed a brilliant examination at the university of Leipzig and re- Â¬ ceived tho title of LLD As usual at German universities tho examination took place in tho presence of various faculties any member of which war privileged to ask the young candidate questions The Ilrowning society of Uoston holds interpretation meetings In which attempts aro made to fathom the depths and pierce the mysteries of tho Hritish poet who is admired by tho highly cultured children of the Hub masculine and feminine of various colors and all ages whether living on 1eaeon street or at the Hack bay or elsewhere One odd experience in tho lifo of Sir Edwin Arnold seems not yet to havo been brought out in the course of his visit to New York To win a wager made by a lady ho climbed thirteen thousand feet to the top of Fuji San Â¬ Â¬ fore the middle of the next century The paper in the books that have sur books of to day will fall to pieces be Â¬ Â¬ on just oiva ik his addukss quiet How can I ovor thank you doctor How can I ever re for such Mcindnuss pa you for such generous conduct Como come Green said tho doctor with embarrassment dont act so Lots not bo children Why why its nothing Come rally up man and bo Tho old physicians tono nnd manner wore so frank quiet and unprotontious that John was struck by thorn and they acted on him lika a soothhig potion In a little whilo ho became calm again and as tho doctor talked on always in a cheerful confident tono Johns spirits revived and something of his fear and drcd forsook him doctor so wo havo to do tho next best thing and get alosg tho best wo can with what wo havo and I guess well get along woll ouough So ho put out the medicines for his patient sayiag as ho did no that he never Ukod to give prescriptions to the - drugstore because the medicines there t IT vwerni always fresh and thodrug- -careful in comikt were not always unostentatiously MMMUaathe7t thus itViMffit MpoB himself to furkh fck - ennt have everything in this world that wo want continued tho Wo a crop the coming year Yet it must bo done ho mused They must go if thero Is anyone to buy them So he mado an effort to raise somo means that way but day after day ho sought for a purchaser In vain Thcro was nobody to buy them for few of tho settlers were much better off than he and many unother would glndly havo exchanged his possessions for provisions or tho means of securing them Find Â¬ ing It impossible to get a purchaser for his things at any price John began to scok out another plan and at last hit upon one Scruggs still lived and as a last re- Â¬ sort ho decided to go onco more to him circumstances Perhaps under tfeo Scraggs would bo so good as to increaso tho loan on tho farm or at least accom modato him with a loan on tho wngon nnd team There was no greut hope of his doing cither but as a drowning man catches at a straw so will a starv Ing ono catch at anything that offers a isobouy save baro prospect or relief Scraggs seemed to havo monoy to loan so to Scraggs John went When ho entered Scraggs ofTlco John found Hurry Pearson thoro Pearson gnvo him a warm salutation nnked after tho health of tho family and was greatly shocked and much saddened when Johu told him of Mrs Greens sickness It is too bad ho said and I regret You havo my heartfelt It oxeoedlngly sympathy Mr Green indeed you hnvo I havo folt a great interest in you nnd whilo I was away I often thought of you I should havo boon out to seo you but only ro turned from tho oast thrco days ago and I have bcon very much crowded with business since exhausted every means in the effort to induce these capitalists to show a liberal spirit to the settlers but it has been all in vain They say adÂ¬ vance no more money under any cir Â¬ cumstances and that ends the matter for me I would let you have tho mon- Â¬ ey Given if I could and Id bo glad to do it but my hands are tied and I can do nothing Could you let mo havo somo on my team and agricultural implements Green asked Scraggs re- Â¬ Couldnt do that even plied with another slow shaking of his head Not even a very small amount John persisted No not a dollar Then what in the name of God am I to do Must my wifo die of want be fore my eyes and my daughter und my Â¬ self starve Surely there must be some way to avoid that Surely all mankind are not brutal And the tear camo to Johns oyes strong mar that ho was and his voice Even trembled and his form shook Scrnggs was touched by tho sad spec taclo the poor man presented and ho felt anxious to do something for him After the lapse of a minute during which tho agent did somo serious think ing lie looiccd up and saiu Green I pity you and all tho poor settlers who are so situated and I wish I had the power to help you all Hut I havent I am not rich Far from it I have some means it Is time but it is nearly all in real estate and in theso times It Is Impossible to get it out Your case though is a littlo harder than any I know of and I feel that yon must have holp so Ill tell you what Ill do Ill do my best to get in a littlo money from some source and if youll come here again day after toÂ¬ morrow Ill let you havo somo Say nothing about this offer though for if it was to get out that I had mado it to you I would bo overrun with Impor- tunltles from a hundred others Keep It quiet and como day after row At this point Harry Pearson loft tho ofilce and Green arose and pressing Scraggs hand thanked him again and again for his offered aid Mr Scraggs ho said I havo mis- Â¬ judged you In tho past and I feel that I owe you an apology for It Thats all right Grcon Scraggs replied all right I am not a saint by any means but I guess If tho truth was known I would not bo considered alto Â¬ gether as bad as somo peoplo think I am However that is noither hero nor thoro Como back as I toILjrou and Ill seo what I can do for you Tho render may k inclined to look upou Scraggs as a changed creature I have Â¬ to-m- or Â¬ figures among the pioneers and poli- Â¬ ticians of Maine He is about eighty years of age but straight as an arrow and very active in the cause of tho people of his district whom ho hns often ably represented in tlie legislature He lives in the barracks which wcro SCItAOGS I MISJUDGED YOU erected at Fort Kent by tho govern cause he only wants to get you in his ment at the time of the Aroostook war power He would loan you twenty five having purchased tho property and or thirty dollars on your chattels at ex Â¬ fitted it up as a homestead orbitant interest and if you failed to HUMOROUS take up your note promptly to a day he would close you out Thats his pur- Â¬ So their elopement was a Mabel pose and a nice little speculation ho failure was it Sinnick Yes they would make of it Hut dont you do it got away and were married Town Dont put yourself in his grasp Topics I know repliod John that It wns all very well for the poet Scraggs makes it a point to drive a good bargain but still he has been very to talk about a pretty woman nobly said Mr Arrcers sadly but fair with me He hunted up a cus- Â¬ planned tomer for my lots over there at Para the trouble is that it takes such a lot of Boston disc Park and begged mo to sell out money to carry out tho plan Post and save my monoy A More Important Point Jack Yes said Pearson and what was Amy wo shall have to elope Would purpose in that Was it to servo his you or to make a good sum of commis- you marry without your parents conOf course I would but Amy sions for himself Scraggs would rather sent oh Jack how about the weddiug pres some other man than you would lose Light when tho other mans loss means fifty ent Harry I never thought you Wife in Scraggs pocket Tho worst dollars of us can afford to be honest and gen- could change so You used to say that erous under such circumstances Of you might search tho world ovor and course you can do as you please but as never could find a woman equal to me a friend who lias no interest in tho mat Â¬ and now you are scarcely over at home ter except your good I say keep away Husband Oh thats all right dear from Scraggs I can help you get tho Im simply making tho search now to money and if you wish It I will prove the correctness of my assertion lioston Transcript Where can I get it Green asked I havo a friend up town said Har- Â¬ Iow much First American Girl ry who has a littlo money to loan and did your father offer to pay the duko though your security is not exactly in Second Ditto Ten thousand dollars his line I can induce him to talco it I a year Ho said howover he wasnt wish I had tho money for you If I had looking for money What do you think you could have it at low Interest and on of that First Ditto Think Why all the tlmo you wanted but unfortu- lies no duko Ill wager a box of nately I havo very little of this worlds candy that hes nothing but a vllo adgoods having lost heavily in Scraggs venturer Harpers llnzar boom over at Paradise Park Of courso Its none of my Hrown Wcro you a victim to that boom business but I folt it my duty to sny I was I went into It on Scraggs that I saw your wife beckoning to 1 representation and like you and all tho man right in tho public streot yester- Â¬ rest I got stuck whilo Scraggs got rich day Gray Ileckonlng to a man Scraggs has plenty of money but ho My wifo Kight in tho public streot knows how to keep It Hrown Perhaps I ought to say it was Gray Oil Johns faith In Scraggs was of a recent a horse car conductor growth nnd consequcntl waslly shaken woll then its no consequence Of aud It Is no great wonder that ho In- courso ho didnt see her so theres no Uoston Transcript clined to Harry Pearson Moreover harm dono Pearsons talk und manner wero earn Â¬ A certain clergyman of Halifax est and his cstlmato of Scrnggs was Nova Scotia whilo addressing his conqulto plauslblo to say the least John gregation on tho subject of tho Prodi- Â¬ decided to avoid Scraggs and nccopt tho gal Son Is said to havo affected his loan from Harrys friond and accord- hoarers even more than he anticipated ingly went to that friends office without when with tears in his oyes nnd pa delay thos in his voice he pictured the aged I TO UK CONTINUED fathor overjoyed at tho roturn of his long lost boy commanding them to An Ktnbryonlo numorLit Tdachcr Jiramio what Is tho chief bring forth and kill tho littlo calf which had been fattened for years and years product of tho Malay peninsula Jlir lo valayrlu Harpers Tlnaar and years Â¬ Â¬ -- vived two or three centuries was mnde by hand of honest nigs and without the use of strong chemicals while the ink was made of nut galls To dny much of the paper for books is made at least in part of wood pulp treated with powerful ncids whilo tho ink is a compound of various substances natur- Â¬ ally at war with the flimsy paper upon which it is laid Maj William Dickey known in Aroostook county as tho duke of Fort Kent is one of the most picturesque Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ AGRICULTURAL HINTS GOOD CHAFF HIVE IF i f r N been seasons nrc qhe planning of the seasons work they have tuilorsatfor elaborate gowns used by can be done in winter the acreage that They come in very light shades of tan is to be devoted to each crop and in reseda blue and rose and are com Â¬ what fields the different crops shall be bined w ith lWoy cloths in omber stripes planted In doing this so far as is pos- on a ground the color of the plain cloth sible a good system of rotation should Soft pliable camels hair stuffs in wide be planned and carried out so as to use diagonals and also fancifully woven in all the elements of fertility in the soil feather designs in crossbars of diamond After the acre shape and In waved and chevron stripes to the best advantage FIG age for each crop is determined the are liked for darker tailor made gowns the rain The cover is 2S4 inches seed can be procured in good season so in Stanley brown stone colors navy square with J inch rabbet taken out as to have it on hand when wanted Uy so as to fit over the second story The having the plan of work all laid out blue and in blue black ns well as jet black Hesides these are rough bour h inch in the second story and cover and the seed need Id on hand there need no two parts of he no delay in pushing the work when rettes illuminated at intervals with is given for play so fleecy the hive will bind The hive is made the season opens and being able to bright threads and many gowns stuffs with are used for entire that of inch lumber except the roof which push the work will be an advantage tho exception of a vest or belt of is h inch second class stuff covered St LonN Republic leather A great deal of velvet is used with tin The tin should proiect well in combination witli cloths and the edge of the roof so as to turn over the TO PREVENT EGG EATING favorite trimmings are braiding and every drop of water Pine lumber is Mont fur It does not A Ntst That Is Miro to Curt tho much the best for hives VtcloiiH of llcne Tailors will again make a stand in bhrink and warp like poplar and the eat the eggs in her nest favor of short skirts that escape tho A hen cannot round for all walking dresses Some unless she has advantages for so dof these shortened skirts have seams ing The illustration is no novelty but it shows how to prepare a nest to piped with velvet galloon or fur prevent egg eating by the hen A hen while others aro in the new widened can only indulge her propensity when shapes less scant at tho top than forshe stands by the eggs hence open merly and with plaits in the back set nests close to the floor permit her to in clusters at the belt or in a broad do her work of damage An ordinary box plait that flares gradually wider to soap box will answer us t a nest box the foot Elastic straps hold tho plaits the top sides ends and bottom not be- in place Helted waists with yokes and pins An opening in front ing removed via i the hen to go In trons are in as great favor with tailors only sulliciert for cost is about the same We prefer to should be made and the nest box ns with the dressmakers They also have the lumber dressed and cut out at should be raised to the height of ten show princesse gowns some fastened in the back others with coat fronts the planing mill and have everything and still others crossing diagonully costs only about 25 exactly true It Hut above all else they make tho cents per hive to have the lumber cut legitimate tailor bodice the coat in uu and almost anybody can put it together its varieties as the long tall coat tho lly furnishing the bottom boards the the brood chamshort French coat the becoming shape two pieces that make with corselet front and coat back and ber the roof and the nailing it to- Â¬ the simple and familiar riding habit gether ourselves the hive cost only bodice which is always In favor for SI 05 The cost of material bought is morning and traveling dresses Sleeves as follows 15 feet of ptnc lumber for bides of hlvo of moderate fulness at the top and in li cents per ft Zcc closely buttoned on the foroarm aro Cutting most Tin Cover I preferred for cloth tailor gowns gown of chatnlgne Ialnt A smooth Nails I brown has a pointed corselet front but Â¬ N 05 with gulmpo the Totnlcost 11 nPSBm toned onall In left of pink and und colbrown one This is much cheaper than paying S3 MHmw lar cut for a hive at the factory besides freight striped cloth Tho simple sleeves aro charges It will cost a little more in of plain pink cloth with deep striped proportion to have one or two hives cuffs Tho French skirt of brown cloth cut than several as they charge for the is entered by a slit on the left trimmed time of setting the machinery E S with buttons and there is a wuio Mead in Ohio Farmer to the bottom of Ktripcd bonier around tho foot Velvet Inches from the floor bodices are much used with chevron the nest box a icugu w tx perPOULTRY PICKINGS striped wool skirts notably ono of placed In front of tho opening velvet made as a nest but It Hkoin now to empty the drinking ves- Â¬ mit tho hen to enter the two inches w do short French coat with box platted sels at night should not be over opens on u smooth be used to Shout legs are better than the long Legs blocks or bricks may iloor I ho back ofThe front wool with tho pointed bluo vest boned ones keep the nest box of tho mole color All tho you arc box should be In a rather dark place chevron stripes Inaro bound with PerSkpaiiatk tho fowls that laid she will not edges of the coat fattening for market When tho hen has roves aro of tho Tho in the box but sian lamb skin Do not feed too plentifully of soft attempt to cat the eggs do so wool also the skirt wiiioh is straight ground to will como off to thoniiiwi ns sho can- feed ns tho fowls will mope in front tho Btrlpes meeting In deep in iu Ivnusriiv and egg production are in where sue win tho cggs-i-a- rin and Vs while tho great breadth of tho back not then reach separable with hens at tins season Is laid In a triple box plait that flare Such gowns nro also If tho lions combs freeze In winter Fireside in bell shape they quit laying until they get well potatoes in a dry dark made with a coatof green velvet and a Kpkp tho i jiri nf lilut k with irreen chov- One pound of lean meat to twenty cort place place tho seed Intended bo foViioxt years crop in a separate place roiiB hens given tbrec times a week will Princesse gowns of bluck cam Intended for use Bls halr are braided with black and beneficial froi the potatoes any IMiopkiuy managed there Is more the seed and throw out of gold to represent u yoke girdle and trace pointed hip pieces and are given ful satisfaction in ono good breed than in Sibers Indicating the slightest a big variety ness In tho back of the skirt by velvet disease u alight deml traln A reaiiy firsi clnss fowl is always will way breadths that make not killed off now lice Hurpcru llazur marketable at good prices It Is tho IP fowls all winter ou the Poor grades that got to be a drug Â¬ Â¬ As soon an this new odorless whisky comos Into general mo tho breath of suspicion will havolo go out of business St Joseph News IAD1E9 Vnn Titr rnllnnml nlirn nf ttm lllflnmmft 1 tlon and congestion called a cold iu tho 001731 head there is moro potency la Elys Cream EOR D0Y1 Uttlui than In anything olso It Is posslblo to proscribe This preparation whlon Is sold 7C by your druggist has for joiii b past FOR v been limiting a brilliant success us a ltoslon Olobe remedy for cold In tho head catarrh and 8E9 Mock Turtle Soup Clean and wash hnv fevor Used in ttio Initial stupes of ppiDultn pro von Is any a calfs head split it in two save tho thoso complaints Crontutho symptoms whllo icriouB development of brains boil the head until tender In Almost numberless cnsPB aro on record of plenty of water put a slice of fat horn radical euros of chronic catarrh and liny a bunch of parsley cut small a sprig of fovor after all other modes of trcatuiont proved of no avail THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY thyme two leeks cut small six cloves liuvo OENTLEMKN ana LADXKS isro yourdol a teaspoon ful of pepper and three Tnn chicken thiefs recollection of his hr by wrnrinjt W L Douglas Shoes Ther clnsscs und nro the ounces ol butter into a stowpan and ecamp life nrc mostly associated with picket meet the wsnts of nil ever offered for tho it inosl mey economical footwcnr duty Yonltors Oiuoltc fry them a nice brown then add the offi Ilewaroof dealers who hn r other makes s b Ij wil mitl BttrA Villi llflvn It water in which the head was boiled Tho Only Ono Ever lrlntod Can Vou Find OouRlns Shoes with namo and price stamped o Word tho cut the meat from the head in neat bottom W h Douglas Ilrockfon Sinn square pieces and put them in the Thoro Is a 0 Inch display ndvortlsomcnt OTTAKB NO fiUnSTITUTK wldoti bus no two Insist on local adrcrtlscd dealers supplying yoa soup add one lemon sliced thin and In Hub pnpor this week word Tho samo is large surface ono via l words alike except On most farms during the winter is a cayenne poDpor and salt to taste let It truo of each now ono ui earltiR each weak is to be contracted by division good time to get up the seasons sup simmer gently for two hours then from Tho Dr Hurler Modlelno Co This which boards to suit the size of the colony ply of wood There is so imichtobc skim it clear and serve Hoston Itud- - houso places u Crcscoat on everything ook for it send thev mako and publish inches of chaff at each done after the seasons work fairly get This gives tlioin thonanioof tho word and thoy will tide and 2 inches or more at the ends opens that everything that can be done About Brushing the Teeth The roiurn you book beautiful lithographs or if the colony is contracted as it should in advance will be so much saved All question is often asked How often Riunplcsfrcc be In running for comb honey as things considered the cheapest wood Is should the teeth be brushed After Cannons aro popularly supposed to bark most farmers do the second story that cut green and piled up under shel Â¬ every meal and just before retiring but that Is no basis for believing thut horse inches deep and ter and allowed to get dry before using should be the rule with everybody but pistols neigh St Joseph News Kig 2 should be This This is especially the case with what as this may seem to be so much of a the cover Kig II inches deep Urutiryliiff to All gives ample room for two cases of one is needed in the kitchen At least a task to some as to discourage them al Tho high position attained and tho unipound sections and also makes a very supply to last until after hurvent should together a safe rule which all can folversal ueccpiaiico and approval or tho pleas neat hive The rabbets in the first be laid in and it will do no harm to low conveniently would bo to brush ant liquid fruit remedy by rup or Figs as the DO KOT GRirK KOR HICKKJT hixoilvo story which supports the frames should have a supply that will last all through them every night and morning this if most excellent qualities known Illustrate Bur cure for RICIC IIEAD- on which Its suo tho vnluo of tho ACII1S lmpurwj aiiciiioaconiM be exactly as deep as the top bars if the season done thoroughly would no doubt pre Â¬ cess is Imscd and aro abundantly gratifying j il ptiion lorpm Kiitiiiin viisi oniiui muuis nu your frames are thiclc uif Pruning can be done whenever there vent decay from any deposits of food to the California Fig Syrup Company tlneit Msglctl effect on Itlu- Tlyj second story is2rl inches square is a thaw It is not a good plan to which would occur Many people who ncyasndiiinuuer uonquir rf Youiin a dead loss biiinne norvoiin ui with J inch square rabbet cut out so prune trees or plants of any kind when brush their teeth regularly and have latent Hiircustio way of to yourself ishotho EiUbiun Is ordorIJAItT AOTIOIt ntt telling a man utai as to fit over the first story and turn the limbs are frozen The brush should linely preserved sets use nothing but no oou rhiluuelphla Uocord nnmnlnltnil hv tllirlfvltlBl all be gathered up clean and burned water Ladies Home Journal bfood lUBXLV VaoKTAUUt TiinoATDisnAsnsoommoncowith a Cough The dote It nif ly Juilnl lo tutt ei si on rill eta Jetting after the pruning is finished JJioiicMul iroun Cold or Soro Throat Kehllcontltn4eiiWJ Invert nwrUtoo much pencil Sold only TAILOR GOWNS pocket Ilk leid this work done during the winter will Ihulnrsa ronna fn irocitt glvo imtncdliUo relief Taken eailer tbsn euusr botasverr convenlenre in biixm lrlco 25 cts save just so much time in the spring bear Craicent hi All gooulne goodiget 83 psge book with israple 111 Iuvor for Winter Costumr Send t eent iUmp You with the additional advantage that lotlm A ruusnx with a cork log corkscrow eyes Short Skirt mid lltiltoil Itiullcns M St Lou OR IIAHTER MEDICINE CO many Insect pests that prey upon the handled oars must nofio Smooth faced cloths more costly than hiuc bottluspirits and jug Talk -- Town bo full or fruit and trees will be destroyed previous Iiitnortiinro to A Mnttnr of Utinoat lleokcopora A good du ruble chimp hive can bo constructed on the following plan We use u square frame and by using nine inches from frames to the hive center to center of eaeli frame the We pre brood neHt is almost square fei a square chair hive for this frame A square hivo is more convenient as it will always go together without any readjusting of the different parts The first story Kig 1 is 24 inches pquare on the outside The brood nest is 12 Inches wide and 22 Inches long WORK FOR WINTER Things That Cnn lie Doha to Advantage In Cohl Wrtithrr One of the principal Horns of work tlmt can be done to good advantage during the wnter is hauling out and applying the manure During the win ter is the best time to make manure and the most economical plan Is to haul out as fust as made applying direct on the fields There is more time than can be spared for doing this from now until spring than there will be again un- Â¬ til the seasons work Is finished up Manure may be applied during the winter on land that has been plowed in the fall preparatory to planting In tho spring or on grass land either pas Â¬ ture or meadow Applied during the winter the rain and snow will carry the soluble parts Into the soil and the growing plants will derive the benefit in the spring Of course whoa applied fresh the first crop will derive the full benefit because so much of the fertilizer will not be In a soluble condition but considering tho economy of handling this plan will be found a good one When there is snow on the- ground a sled can be used to good advantage as it will be less work to load nnd unload than with a wagon Care should be taken to scatter us evenly as possible and it is better to manure t loroughly rather than to scatter thinly over a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HOME HINTS AND HELPS Â¬ Every housekeeper should provide herself witli Httlo conveniences for do ing her work A short handed broad paint brush to wash tho outsldo of win Â¬ dow sills and an old tooth brush for washing around the glass Fried Potatoes Cut cold boiled po Â¬ tatoes In slices Put two tablespoon fuls of grease into a frying pan when hot put In the potatoes let brown and turn take up sprinkle with wilt and serve very hot Farm and Fireside Salted Almonds Pour boiling wa Â¬ ter over a pound of shelled almonds let stand about a minute then remove the almonds and slip off the skin Dry in u towel put Into a bowl and stir In sullleient olive oil or butter to grease each kernel Itrowu In u dripping pan in a hot oven and sprinkle well with salt us soon as taken from the oven Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollar Raw for nnv t nso of Uiitnrrh thut caa not 1m cured by Hulls Cntnrrh Cure F J GiiiiXKr te Co Prop Toledo O Wo tho UndorHigucil Imvo known F J Clioaoy for tho last l years and bcllova him perfectly honorable lit nil busluoi tninsiictlniisand ihmnolully nblo to carry out any obligation mnilo by tholr firm West oi Trimx Wholoiillo DrugirlnU To- Â¬ Wauling Klnnan Marvin ledo O WliolcsuloDrugiiUtu Toledo Ohto Halls Catarrh Cure Is takon Internally acting directly upon tho blood and imioous Hiirfacos of tho ayatem Prloo TOo por hot tla Sold by all druggist Testimonial fro Hows Thtt E23EfSSft3il roa BFAirrYofPoLl SHr n SAVING LABOR CLEANUNESS DonABILnY8cCHEAPNESSlJNEQllALLEa NO ODOR WHEN HEATED 3 5AV SJ50 vv tM wa y2iH2 VHHHKWfj4 W L DOUGLAS S3 SHOE m GCNfMEN 11 a ja LITTLE 5 5 LIVER PILLS to Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 00 nnl Ir you nro constipated bilious or troubled with sick huaduoho Hoochums Tills olTord -- 5 coats lmmcdiato roliof Of druggist stumbling block Yonkers btutostuun Explosions of Coughing aro stopped by Halos Hotu y of HoroTioiind and Tar Plltou Toothucho Drops Cuio lu ono minute nitUADls tho Btnff of life and DONALD KENNEDY Mass po fs tho Of Roibnry says Ovkii urun thO shepherd Baltimore American Tnn smallest boy frequently gets tho big Â¬ gest spunking N Y Morning JournoL Kennedys Medical Discovery cures Horrid Old Sores Deep vcar3 Seated Ulcers of standing Inward Tumors and 40 fc Hll Kissing tho wrong girl Pittsburgh Dispatcli Wisdom Ih knowledgo harnessed up and put to plowing Hums Horn Tin good cook should bo given a wldo rau go N U Picayune It doesnt satisfy a hungry tramp to find only a fork lu tho road Yonkers btatea- A nMJNneii buss in mail every disease of the skin ex- Â¬ cept Thunder Humor and Cancer that has taken root Price 150 Sold by every Druggist in the U S and Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ iHHl lilill II MBit II H WsM Courier YrsTintDAV Is a wasto basket Into which WashingTime dumps lost opportunities ton Star A man should bo careful how ho walks when there is u wiibIi out In his buck yard Lowell Courier WurN a man starts out to reform himself ho has undertaken a Job that will keep him busy for Ufa Ham b Horn Somr men Imagine that their wrongs ma turo immediately uftor their wedding rites Yonkers Gazette No noosi Is good news snld tho con Â¬ demned criminal when ho learned of hlsro priovo Fhnira Oazotte A siiouT term order IiIb honors doclslon thirty days In tho houso of correction Lowell Courier readyÂ¬ m ist with Bafo to bandy It Isnt Is pretty snrowordshave aa chemrotort to Ho Â¬ - Lowell - A ROBBER OR THIEF Is bettor than tho lying BCalo agent who tolla as gospel truth thut tho hi yoQ Jones 60 5 Ton Wagon Scale not a standard ncnlo and equal to any mads For f rco book and prloo list addrosa We Want Name and siaareit of tvery I CURED Jones of Blngbamton Btoghamton HL aiastl STAY TO rMAMM 1 CURED pHareliHayMMO SHTUUSTlh 1Ui YAVkll nrj Om jvaru augf alomV Bend for InTsntors Oulde or Mow to Obtain afatsm Bk bw WW saw v a as Dwv mm WABWMQTOJr PATRICK 0TARM1L WUU Patents Pensions lUrVIVi VXUUrourArxaeirjeMieeiUe a Â¬ woonrN dog keunol should bo built with tho buck on and bo lighted by a bay window Lowell Courier Do you think woman will over DiiARn Mooro cut much or a ilguro In clubdoml If sho docB It will no longer bo club Tho Club dumb Panrrr fatiguing timesYessaid tho pedes a grout many trlan to tho policeman pooplo need urrest A nowadaya--Wushlug-Vou II bmIui yxirftu suium Vk tnaalitiau tinwiiiwejiweji iriuuavu b ImI eiAnneAnlAnrA ir rsS f I V- nobadoBeoUHlrictlrconflJsntjal d SIR J V Fmir M urMAMi this rarxa ikMMme SOUTH AMERICAN COMPOUND A toltlvecure for lllieumatleni Ia Orlppe etc Three months treatment 1T roall One Itollar Uauiple an4 circular telllncr how o an free newnanar for BSrKAMa TUM FAIH twrt ntw WMe ttnt z Star IjSSSlLBMGSZlikk Monkey Dont Of i PH i Till J 1 1 111 SSMW tTiy m IBlllmade600with n pkit of tu splendid nliknosasiabriiaooiorse tpksll ruts rarpiji eij laas Mills Mttle terry NJ lemarlos HlU sm vmc ams SF T m stfclHIIIMolhlns IIPIIlsssituaodMiR with your Blood Delor U dangerou la ttck bomi It U MtKClally haMrdouaÂ¬ In dUouM ol llm Blood Corruption breeds corruptions and rnlld cae If neglected develop into lacurabla curoalo die order leataretpeeayanq euro euro for all contagious blood DoiAoulnff Inherit ed Scrofula akin Kruptloas and tins cured tnousaads of cases of Conccr It is a powerful tonlo fer dell Is harmleM eate persons yet Injuring lb and Incapable or most sensitive system A treatise on Klood and Skin Disease manea raxx ou appU- cation Ul rAJUierArie Mo In Habit Curenlcured tilt IURIoRjtTtPHkNsfLebanonOhlt Poultry awl Write H Pit Stock Q MASON CI Â¬ cheap mole-skln-color- rs AJU ran raraa wj ameyM telersx dliabled Hfseforbk ACUCIfiHC M rCtlwIUne crease tt jreare experience Laws free a w Mtcoaaica aoss wUfM v Ci cisttaestJ OV KIRKfiviLLK tVSTUO MAMaTUISIAfSaxtrrttMr mm Â¬ SSS RUPTURE U rotmriLY cinuo KmasM l lariewiustClnclnBstla by O X Bend for clrey - mttWiwymmWMimlW9tmZM Aj v wholisye weak ma should use Consumption inoBSMMds i 11 CeasHEBSitlTea und people une Druffgiits 11 It Bold the not Ills eougtbad to lake syrup eterrwaer Dee n baa not Injur Ilsos Cure for It aaa cared laasor Asth- Â¬ SWIFT SPECIFIC Drawer 8 CO ANTC E T AtlattUs CsU Â¬ 0 YOU WISH I 9 to MM wm IM uImiih 14 HK CATTY SrMrMIJMUaVt JUXI Wi mill my mm ft wHa khtomMmkVmi ttrafc 14 Tltt UJ Tr 1376 AUVKHTIHUUM WHKN WUIT1NU efotattlkAt yea saw tlie 99 AdarlU fLKAH 1st Uia - M ALA J Tim OlMCiialnit Fair charmer raptured youtli Mic mine AlaK AdolpliiwJ sighed the lovely queen of the chorus girls there nre obstacles In the way Xumo thumP he cried Impetuously Nannette Iphlgenhi Lucille Helen and Arabella my grtipdehlldren you Wnow They might not like you And the wild winds moaned and whis Â¬ tled without and the sun Hank like a huge ball of frozen blood in the gloomy west Chicago Tribune Winged WoriU rinlonmb rrunus How do you like my transla Â¬ tion of Iliad Seenndus Well sir you have removed the Impression that Homersome times nods exclaimed the en Â¬ ToirtuiKsT 1jcroitrAii uis yit That Your Hair may retain a i s mm g Tiir BST IX KFFECT NOV 10 1801 Tfij Ltije OLD KENTUCKY Newport News 4 its youthful color fullness and boauty dross it daily with JEWELER I ROUTEri tfc utter the most voinplete line of goods for K Mississippi VallevCo I Ayers Hair Vigor and stimulates a new growth of hair scalp cures humors ra It cleanses tho WASHINGTON PHILA DJ5LPHIA JIALTIMOKE NEW YORK OLD POINT THE SEA SHORE And all Eastern Cities Our goods nre lirstclnss and our Â¬ WPRiCES LOW Co best attention No M K LEXINC1 ST The Direct Lino to Visitors to the city will receive our And all Main St opp Court House C II A TTA NOOG A LlTIS 0 V LOUISVILLE KANSAS CITY CiiimmI Deiifuoss Cant by local applications as they cannot reach tho diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deafness and thut is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condi tion of the mucoiM lining of the Eusta When this tube gets in chian Tube llamed you have a runiblingsound oriin perfect hearing and when it is entirely closed deafness is the result and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten arc caused by catarrh which is nothing but an in llamed condi- Â¬ tion of the mucous surfaces Wo will give one hundred dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that wo cannot cure by taking Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free Â¬ Â¬ First Truckman I beg your pardon tlKlulrlcml starvation for mentioning it my dear sir but cir Hello Cad What nre you eating cumstances over which I am sure yon Toothpick had no control have resulted In your Thut all front wheel becoming locked with min Yes Only got thirty cents and after Second Truckman Will you permit Jve tipped the waiter Ill only have me to offer an abject apology and to live Cant got anything here for live buck my horse with all celerity Ac Â¬ Harpers Uuxur cents cidents will happen sir ludge Tim Kcihu Tells tli Truth CoiiMimiitloii On reel Ambitious Mamma who has linully Ax oii physician retired from prac nersiuided daughter to accept aged Alitor And after all what is matri tice having had placed in his hands by an Fast India missionary the formula of mony IScho In the maidens huart Matte a simple vegetable remedy for the speedy and permanent cure of Consumption y money Life Bronchitis Catarrh Asthma and all If It Only Worn rnotleiililc Throat and Imng AHections also a posiIf you want U know what real Inn tive and radical cure for Nervous Debilis get enormously rich make your will ity and all Nervous Complaints after and three months after death come having tested its wonderful curative pow back and see how many kinds of an old ers in thousands of cases has felt it hi fool your h irs will prove you to be in duty to make it known to his uferiiig fellows Actuated by this motive and a N V Herald anv court in thucouutrv desire to relieve human sufiering I will l Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Primus Oh thank you-- rSecundus Aecordlngto your version Judge he seems to do so habitually Dr Ayer Lowell Mass 1891 1892 J C LKXINCTON KY IUt nit KfT norNi Lexington Winchester Mt Sterling Ashland CnttlettsburL HiiutiuKton Points West and Northwest ami South and Southwest Liinittl Acconi Pnst MM MEM PI I IS Kxjircssi Dully Daily Duily ex Sun lutfiit uiUit - HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY Normal and Preparatory School If yoit wliJom i ml liilrlllsmt iiiiMilmi upgttl in ili I jrf ton mltti be 7 15 am S Jbiin S oliuii 12 Ilunilo j on tnr III IFKUIIll t III- Itlvlll loll Â¬ imi allIBM VUUA O I V lllniliR llll llilrx - ln nilii-- nml iTIit liiliiicthin nil milk liiitut liivv IhOll- uuinmiii Imon ifflilicr in lin an re ml ml IflliUd to lirlrltr full in J-- fntil Ar lLJ8pni10Lipin 1L 10pinl0 07im I 00pm 11 40iuii 0 Inpiu 12 0nni 7 JUpm 1 Ofipiu DAILY COjunhl 17pm 8 JOnm S riJmii il UOiiii DAILY WIST llDtNl la Â¬ j rmtimmk i WmBM CwYiwn rttwm h Jry frwirfL r IfrTSV VXg aW vv r lifrrJ -- V liem-- rcinl i mill i In ii N un s WJ Qtr rv ft W Ckfii v iiiiiI liiillnri In jrirllllliiallivlr own ill lllla fur IIm v lli u III lv luriilili Uki - lliiiitiiiirlun Ciitlletlsburg Ashland Mt Icj I i 00 mu 1 1 ti 2i am 17 am 2 iin 0piii iripm i itpm 4ntu Mpin 27pm 20pm 7 7 1 1 t tcniiiliiiinriit u it II ii u inn mu uliiiiitluii or Sterling Wiiiehester Lexiugtnn 1027am II Imiiii Ar12 05pm i 08iim 20pm KxSun i 2 rrin 4pin j earn iIhiImiiioiiuI I ill iiulliliiK i liu nulli iili ii J jf uc iilmve N limn I m 11114 lilliu I Mill llll oiio ni ii Irom rni Ii id1 iIi I or IniieAt niiiil JiimiIv lmclit mill rriKlili it nil iii m n ii llllllilllt nr Hint inttch Iimiti VKSTimnKD Tuainsiiih dallv in eunucetiun with Miesapenke it Ohio P K V to New York Fast Mail Tpains run dailv and ninke loeal stops between Lexington ami Hunt iuutoii IIintinoton ii MoitKiirAl aeenmiiioihi tions iiiii daily LkxiniVtox A- Moiiiikad and kxix ton it Mt STlullNi iiueummudatitins run daily except Sunday - send free of charge to all who desire it this recipe in Herman French or English with full directions for preparing and using Sent by mail by addicting with stamp naming this paper W A Noyks S2U Powers Mock Kochetor N Y Â¬ iiiiinlifr vtia aro iikiIIiiu nur Hiiro llioiiaiiil Onllnrin Yrar rin Ii All l new nil f irf I 1111M li vi ml I mi Atln iiii KiniT an ii you in niU lii c i mi fm tin r uliy mi Ii iiiii H ilimo AiMirM I tmr wh imwnii h tmmii t iWHiwwZTtwtuwrt - jilnuiiiiit tirgs Ull Itix IJU Aiiuii Ui Alnliio Washington and Neu York without change J W UAUNEY CI I AS L HUOWN Cicii Tiiioifn SiiiiiNi Pas Aent I is to and from 4yl ien Agent KY ONLY FOR A Mrs Cussel kirduor to how servmt I have had a good maiiv firls but are about the greenest of the lot lutportci itti iotism DECKER BROTHERS SIK W II IIilsiN Hiri iINCiTON icn Agent Ashland Ky yi ONI IKKM llliN 15 B II u TKAC II Kits COfUSK niilnwi s all the you are a nice oiiiiidhi hrioehi rripiired in You would make a galley Tlii ory nnd Practice tliu specialty ScIiouN one you are Daily a slave of the poor laboring man wouldnt drills lor Teachers you Texas Siftings ISlSIXKSS COniSK embraces the Tea Ilook KeepingCourse uiness A Decker Bro Grand Upright Piano Gn00 elier The senior proprietor of this paper has Forms and Tiaiioactioiis and oimereiul A Gladiator Watch and Case 10110 been subject to frequent colds for some I a us KNCJISII COlISK oreimres lor Ken A liCinaire 24 line Field Glass 2000 years which were sure to lay him up if ttuckv Pniversilv ami Colleges of that cluss- F I011ENKYUO A Holinan Parallel liible liOO not doctored at once lie finds that Props Toledo O ANCI KNT ii MOPKUN bAXtiPAliKS A Venice Parlor Clock 1200 Condi Remedy is reliable Chamberlains Sold by druggists 7f cents It opens the secretions relieves the lungs 0p niUwiirt hSs than unv school in Katcra A lligh Grade Safety Bicycle 12500 and restores the system to a healthy con- Kentucky Kates of Tuition per Month An Elgin Watch and Boss Case 2500 Stutit Jewels If fnely used us soon as the A Haydock Bice Coil Spring Props rushing into managers ottlce dition it f Handy Top ll ggyj That confounded Sticky the stipe cold has been contractedliuand before it Iwl III III uitniii HUM U in ninivin lllll lI Illl IU- - llll i HIq UIIIIIUI A Railway Watch in 14 Karat Case 7300 u1 has stolen the stars diamonds llllll ill IIV1IIIIIand -- Manager I left them in your charge greatly lessens the attackwould often cures the other at inidille of term k Life Scholarship in Watters uu otherwise single day what Commercial College and you will have to pay for them Ill in a been a severe cold Northwestern have IIOAUWNG A Six Octave Champion Organ dock you three dollars from this weeks 20000 Hotel Reporter Des Moines Iowa oO jfThere will he no more trouble about A Double Barrel Shot Gun salary Jewelers Circular 3000 Rose lodgSwango ton high hoiiul the cost of hoard ami cent bottles for sale by i 1000 ing will he only iiy A Silvereiie Case 7 jewel Watch A 1ltlitlilo ii Ks ni wiik 111 ilUll it llHHti We can iieeoiiinotlatc A High Arm Improved Sewing MachineouOO Tllixo ltUNIsiiVi Judge What is the charge against Kin I go fisli sixty boMilers in our new building new A 15 jewel Watch Boss Case Hired I Soy on si farm 3500 this man Iliriiitureanil irood Cure The teachers live in I the Aciulemv Hume and have the immediate A Five Octavo Parlor Organ He stole a street car in this atternoou 15000 Policeman Parmer No but be a good boy and charge ul the hoarders Conibs is the A Gladiator Watch Dueler Case horse 3000 n mebbe next week you kin caterer no better can he found ludge I will decide to morrow wheth work hard A John C Ducber Watch Case 4000 to a er to send him to a lunatic asylum or jo Hired finical Kin I go to yourn I toy And 82 other valuable jrcmiums will iKii siiioiAUsHiis Jood News the xioorhouso Kpoch Any scholars taki g first and second linn- - bo presented to yearly subscribers ot on tiiecoiniiieiiiiii ot mcir courses in ine the Weekly Enquirer in April 1812 A Clear Case Mr Win P rice a iiiLtiiif otr the ois V t scholar tit fcii i ITrst Iollcoman Theres a man that Enclose one dollar for a years sub- Â¬ pence at Richland Nebraska was en- Kentuekv Pniversltv A free always lllrlin with the servant girls on lined to his bed lnt winter with a severe Oiioiarsnip in uie ciiueiiiv win oeiiwarueu scription to the Weekly Enquirer and my beat Id like to run him in but attack of lumbago but a thorough ap- to one pupil from each of the following dont see how 1 can plication of Chamberlains Pain Halm mountain enmities viz lireathitt Ciay Kl Second Policeman Why not arrest enabled him to get up and go to work Holt Flo d Ilarhui Johnson Knott bee what will be the number of subscribers Letcher Law rcce Martin Magolh him on the charge of personating an of Mr Price savs The remedy can not be cue ee Morgan Dwslev Ierrv Pike row- - in the fivo largest lists received from u Let anv one llcer Life recounieiulH too highly nntl kowSii prviU il seh arrange Nov 1 91 to March 31 92 troubled with rheuinutisin neuralgia or imnts have he uidc lor the cmnietitive For same term last winter it was Swnngo desiic to inform tho lame back give it a trial and thev wil cMimiiiiitioii In the eomiuun school author liodo public that they are agents for the most be of the same opinion 2999 and the winter before was 1405 f0 cent bottle ities or with their consent as shall enable successful preparation that has vet been for sale by Rose A Swango each student of common school grades to The premiums nre to be presented compete for the scholarship and the appli- - to those whose guesses are correct produced for coughs colds and croup or cant therefor shall bear a certificate from Cues iXciiin it will loosen and relieve a severe cold in For full list see the exan liner that hu has obtained the high nearest correct less tifno than any other treatment The Ethel Chappie is sure now that mar est mark attained upon the evauiiuatiou in Weekly Enquirer now the largest 12 article referred to is Chamberlains Coueh riage is a lottery his couiit dollar a year paper iu the United Remedy It is a medicine that has von Maud What bus convinced him We would advise all to cuter at the be page funic- and popularity on its merits and be ginning of a term but you can cuter it an States lOthel lie told lessie he guessed one that can always bo depended upon would make her his wife and she told time and classes w ill hearranged COMPANY You cannot lind a better school in the It is tho only known remedy that will him to guess again N Y Herald mountains of Kentucky Our rates arc low CINCINNATI O prevent croup It must bo tried to be our methods of teaching Nomal we keep appreciated It is put up in 00 cent and We iibrcas with the tide of education Our puWi XT 1000 doz eggs at 10c 1 bottles HGENTS WANTED We want pils are our best advertisement We refer want vour country produce surplus chance and we want to you to them votir 800 Solicitors make from No Uito for Cyclone Hael Jreen is the prettiest town in Kiist- - a Goodduring Whiter Season 200 to those Sell vou goods cheaper than anybody Only day Gilhooly According to tho signal ern Kentuekv free from ninny of ills ol II F Pi Kit Co railway towns and those of inoe popula- - willing to work ladies or gentlemen need service predictions we are going to huvw ENQUIRER COMPANY Cincinnati 0 lion iio saloons or harbors of temptation apply a oyclone The people welcome strangers and iiillu liu- liKUAMi mid Cincinnati Weekly have a mortal dread Jus Do Smith I cures lor good are thrown around them Kuquirer one year for only 180 and of cyclones i All boarders will be under the supervision now w the time to subscribe somebody Were you ever in one of the teachers Send for catalogues etc asked WlXOlIKVrhK KY Sciontlflo American WM H CORD No but I lost my dear aunt in one MavS ISH lKINTIIM Agency for X H WITIIKKSrOOX President That Is sad K 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gold Fine Mgiu or Wnliliam iiiuteil torJOvcars movement Sjjiii wind and set Ladys or CAVEATS lo Iiirmeis traders ami business men ients sie Lpial to any no watch chants TRADE MARKS At UN xpuiisis secure iiLcnts where we nave Hour we sell ii dailv DESIGN PATENTS UllUllllll nuiiiiiin We had a lot of fun at Charlie Close and oilers tllliiiKiiwut its customers ovcrv lacilit aiid1 tn- t Hie Hunting I iih if aches lor the COPYRIGHTS etc Â¬ fists expense this summer said a re the most liberal terms within the limits ot bib pnee sfjs ami send O IMiy express For Information And froo Handbook wrlto to MUNN X CO till IIIIOAIIWAV Nkw Yoiik with privilege ot examination before pavln turned seaside resortor to her next legitimate banking oetislv Oldont bit roil u for aocurliiK piitnntu tn America tor same Kvory pntcnt talcin out by u la brought twfnm friend wiilcs Our Agent at Ibirham N tliu publlu by a notice given t rco of charuo lu tho Did you was the confident reply Our jewelers have confessed 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