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SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor Hazel Green J Of M 1 JJL VjLT Sl00 2J A 1 JJL Advance a Noisy Woi Id With Nows From All Nations Lumbring tit His Baalc YEAR Always In SKVIOXTIL YtfAR HAZEL JRKKX WOLFW COUNTY i KY FRIDAY JANUARY J8i A GRAVE NUMBER 45 MANS DEATH The tint Wnnlft IMiMftil by Mhcrlir Dunn ul Steven Comity Kiiiihik Ill the annals of heroism from Titer mopylte to this good hour nothing has revealed the finer virtue of chivalry mim beautifully than the dying words of Slier ill Dunn of Slovens county Kansas A bullet having penetrnted it vital part ho confronted his thirty murderers emptied his revolver and conscious of having done the full measure of his duty turned to his subordinates am remarked Joe they have hit me and 1 will bo dead in half u minute You must get out of here Tell tho Judge tis sweet to die for What could have more tmes friends emphasized the supreme courage of tho man I It is of such stun heroes a re made indeed No story of knight errantry contains a brighter passage than this Sherifl Dunn was the Chevalier Bayard of the plains Hemetdeatli witlinsmilc The sense of duty done was Htillleieiit solace With his hearts blood running out he remembered his friend and chief ami his breath was the message of a bravo gentleman mindful that he must not permit his friend to think that he found No greater any regret in his service love hath a man than this that ho lay down his life for his friend Memphis Saiuly to Imi Dnniinnit The report of the Board of Engineers appointed last summer by the Secretary of War to consider and report upon the subject of substituting a movable dam in the Big Sandy near Louisa Ky in lieu of a dam of a fixed type at that site which has already been authorized ami was under construction at the timlof tho appointment of the Board has been re- Â¬ ceived by tho Secretary or War and by him transmitted to Congress In their report the Board of Engineers recom- Â¬ mended a movable dam as best suited for the Louisa Bite The Secretary of War says that if the recommendation of the Board is favorably considered by Congrcs a further appropriation of 75000 will bo necessary to construct such a typo of a dam which is known as a Needle dam Tim III nl9BaQBHBS9Ei3SHHHHHMHBSHBHPPPEK KENTUCKY LEGISLATURE Sonic of lit I FOUR INCHES TALLER II II MM IMS lw II GREAT FIFTY CENTS ON THE DOLLAR IT flff 11 T PTl fM I IU t In the Mouse Mr IJIIU Hint Wk Vri liilimlueett a and Representatives in Congress to use their best endeavors to have an amend ment made to the Constitution of the Inited States so that Senators may bo elected by popular vote instead of by the Â¬ joint resolution requesting our Senators Pettit introduced Legislature SALE CLOTtilNS We are going to miike sonic iiuprovcinonts in our store room after January 1st The contract is signed and sealed with the contractors consequently we are compelled to tell our stock or pack it away We prefer selling it at a sacrifice Â¬ I J W H Every suit of Clothes every Overcoat every Pair of Pants marked in plain figures We will just split them in half This means 50 cents on the dollar The cheapest sale of fine ready made Clothing in Kentucky Our business is not conducted by fakes and guessing schemes The man thats selling watch chains on the street corner for M throwing in i watch just to show his generosity needs watching Bunco Steerers Razle Dizzle tricksters and green goods sharps always promise great returns from small investments Intelligent minds are on to the racket and take no stock in such hunibnggery lis value they want 11 Â¬ wm 4Hi J I 100 CENTS WORTH OF GOOD- ShFOR 100 CENTS IN CASH Is what we give the people But at this sale 100 CENTS WORTH AT 50 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR Everv article in our establishment is ticketed at the lowest price possible The stamp of durability is on every garment It you nave not ueait wim us usk your nuiuiuwr who im We invite you to our store feeling assured that you will be pleased with our garments aud satisfied with the matchless values we oiler IK 1r i r ft L G STRAUS LEADING CLOTHIERS KENTUCKY IoblijUtH Working tint ItilNliitur county in a creditable manner It looks very much as if the lobby is In the Senate the following bills were about to take a hand in the statute revis introduced ion business at Frankfort Personal poBy Mr Parker Bill to lx maximum litical judicial local and other interests rates for railroads and making passenger are represented in force at the capital rates two cents per mile for roads that prepared to bring every possible infill have been in operation live years or more euce to bear on the Legislature when it By Mr Jones Act to prevent fraud in undertakes the task of redisricting the elections and fixing penalties State into Judicial districts There will By Mr McCain Act regulating to bo music when the report of the Revisory bacco warehouses and sales Couunisiou is taken up for there will be war between these varied interests nei1I0US3 IIIIIK ther of which should beuivenany weight In the House the following new bills in the consideration of the question were introduced There appears to be a sort of prejudice By Mr iMyers Declaring that the ma- among the Legislators against the work chinery pumping house reservoir pipes of the Kevisoty Commission and it is aud conduits all water works property showing itself in their reception of the owned controlled operated and used redisricting report Now the Commis Â¬ exclusively and in its entirety by cities sion was not subjected to the same untoof the second class for supplying such ward inilueuces that surround the Legiscities and the public thereof with water lature and the latter will have to do its are hereby declared to be public prop- work in a more independent and imparerty used for public purposes and shall tial manlier than now seems likely if the be exempt from all taxation people do not accord more confidence to By Mr Causler To amend the Com- the plan of the Commission than to that mon School law changing the time of of tne hoIoiis jf tho Assembly Coving election of trustees from July to Juno ton Commonwealth By Mr Pettit Itequiring railroad cor- Â¬ porations and other persons operating and Wlntiir Wimtlutr lit Wliilintr controlling railroads to fence their rights Last week was winter weather with a of way and construct barriers and cattle guards at certain crosMiigs and prescri- vengeance Fvery thing was covered with a coating of sleet which was heavier than bing penalties for failing to do so By Mr Spalding An act to protect is often seen here though by no means equal to that of a year ago The young the fish in the waters of this State Board folks of the city enjoyed it hugely and By Mr Ilensley Act to create n Â¬ The General Statutes Committee re ported adversely the bill rcditcini the legal rate of interest from per cent to ft It was made a special order so that its author Mr Rashuw may have an op portunity to be heard Mr Dawson from the Committee on Federal Uelutions reported favorably a resolution endorsing tne nee coinage oi silver Mr Charlton got in another joint resolution just before the seKsion closed dewhereases that it claring after many is the sense of the General Assembly that the present Legislature is not included in the clause in the new Constitution which prohibits thegivingor receiv ing of free passes by any State county or city olliecr In the absence of Speaker Moore the chair was filled by Mr Hanks of Ander Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Thau llu Wns In IKV OlonH NfNiiii the limit Demi A special from Baltimore tothcCin- ciiuiati Knquirer says Col Pickett Neb son who claimed to be the tallest man on earth died hero today He had been ill for three weeks with typhoid fever His body measures eighi feet live inches in length In life he claimed to be eight feet one inch tall and to weigh J187 pounds After death his frame re- Â¬ laxed and became four inches longer than it had been Nelson was a colored man and was born in 18lil in Kscx county Virginia Both his parents were rather smaller than the average and the boy did not begin to develop unusual height until he was V2 years old At that age his cousin James D Ilichardson who is known as the human lamp could whip him witliease Four years later Nelson could do Rich ardson up with one hand The boy grow by jumps and when 2J years of age was as tall as at the time of his death lit was broad too and with his arms out stretched he is said to have measured 0 feet I rom the tips of his fingers on his right hand to those of the left Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ son Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Catlottsburg Democrat The Sent of Oovorninent Mr Gardner of Louisville has intro duced a bill in the Legislature providing for the removal of the seat of govern- Â¬ ment from Frankfort The reason as Â¬ signed is that the Capital is now located at an unfurttinatoaud inconvenient point and that there is no eligible building site at or near the present sent of govern- Â¬ ment and in view of the many advan Â¬ tages of having the Capital at the metropolis of the State St should bo re- Â¬ moved to Louisville It seems hard to lay the ghost of Capital removal for it stalks abroad and gives the Frankfort people much uneasiness eveiy fow years We favor keeping the seat of government at Frankfort and believe that a large majority of the people all oyer the State would prefer that it remain whore it is Hopkiusvillo Now Era Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ LEXINGTON E5K FOJ A fiwr cu mud HEcfcBcTEft LUNitN5 URE OUbHb CELEBRATED S frilS MEH USE VHTH REMEDY SUCCESS HAS fOR THE LAST riimr iz m of Commissioners for the purpose of se curing for use in the comin in schools of the State n series of text books defining the duties of certain ollicers therein named with reference thereto making appropriations therefor defining certain felonies mid misdemeanors repealing all laws in conflict therewith By Mr Dawson Act repealing allthe local option acts applying to Simp on county ItvMr Harlow Resolution directum the Committee on Revenueand Taxation to bring in a bill requiring property to be accused ih of January lr Bv Mr Mathers To create a Board of Fence Kc viewers for each county in the Â¬ sleigh bells tingled merrily Maple was street between Boone ami Fairfax State 5 OLDS h WWMi f OR SALE 20 YEARS EVERYWHERE 0NSUMPTI0NRMEMo D Ifr to v By J R ThomiH To amend the revearticle nue laws by adding to section by inserting the words chapter i except merchandise which shall be as sessed as of the lfith day of November each year Act empowering By Mr Seavers Breckinridge county to issue bonds to the amount of SUSOUOtu pay its present in debtedness Â¬ Â¬ OPHWIH Lexington Ky ATTIIK Xtagllsh Kitchen No 12 W Short Street lie tcrs i M IIA75KL GEEEN KY su u llmheii Gilligan has filed suit in the Martin Common Pleas Court against the city of Winchester asking that damages bo award ed to him against the city for the small sum of 10000 Mr Gilligan says that while walking up Main street in the night time during the year 101 ho fell on a heap of tiles sheet iron aud rubbish near Jones Si Gays warehouse and that thereby his leg vas broken bis spine injured his nerves shattered and the rest of his body considerably bruised that he was compelled to expend large sums of money in doctors bills and for medi- Â¬ He alleges that the city cal attention was notified of the obstruction on the sidewalk and that it failed to remove the obstacles over which he fell Maj I N Cardwell and dipt Lceland Hathaway represent Mr Gilligan in the suit Win Chester Sun WantH W 1 0000 fin- - Â¬ UNDERTAKER mint in K prepared to furnish on short notice and at low run A jniWi KINDS ANdsIZKS Voln tin- cheapest to the wry ImtA I nut neum mji than von can buy the trimming Price of Colhin Iron will deliver Collins cheap jv 1 mammsmKBfmm inn - nn HNsuHarrD And Trimmings of All Kinds 1 NJJ fT jirTces ATT TTTNDS I REPAIRED consciousnens of fully knowing that your days fadinir with nightfall sees nothing but the good of life go down on the big On the other hand book to your credit there is no remorse so bitter or that stings with such ueverity im the con It is ever r KufausiiCM of wrong doing uppermost and can only bo downed with i imu nf time There is no harvest so abundant as that reaped from tho Clay City Chronicle bowing of sin Tim WiiBCHiifNIn It would seem that no joy or gladness could excel that which springs from a Simple Curt for lrlpi the prevalence of tho grip the following remedy by a well known physician may be interesting Ho says would like to suggest a treatment for grippe which I know is nearly specific as well as innocent It is simply assafmt ida given in four grain pills ono pill four times a day No man need bo sick Not lo On to Lexington Hither of grippe tlieso days who will take it The Frankfort correspondent of the For years I have had Ivcxinglon Press writes to that paper as one the past two to bed from not man to go grippe I follows break and fact Representatives and Senators gene- cure itit lit very quickly was in generally If this treatment rally admit that no better site than Lex known it would save sufferers much ex Â¬ inuton can be found in the State aud I and wretchedness and many use Â¬ can state authoritatively that the gentle pense valuable lives ful and men from Fayette will spare neither time nor trouble in their efforts lo ccurc the Annthm Iluh Tall llallroiiil There is nut the Capital for Lexington A short railroad will bo begun shortly slightest chance tliat the Capital will he to run from Beattyvillo to Lumber Point removed to Louisville aud the contest on tho linoof thelv U inilroitd Itwill will quickly narrow down to Jvcxington be nearly four miles long will be entirely and Frankfort independent in all respect from tho K I l 1I Alio ii may oe aoueu IIIA inure im not U or any other road with its own stockunit the slightest chance that it will be re holders officers rolling stock and man Mr Mulligan has agement ThU will give a splendid outlet moved to Lexington not only lost his wonderful map but that for the coal mines long known in this remarkable subscription INt as well city as Kentucky Uiver mines from Frankfort Capita whence in the days of river navigation wo got our best coal It Is hoped that Initleletl rue IIukIiii u PronHicithis important link in our Eastern rail- Â¬ The grand jury of Bourbon county has road connections will be ready for buhl indicted Fruest Butler Will Mcllvaiuo lies before winter comes again Lexing Â¬ and Young Campbell for throwing eggs ton Transcript at Rev John Jl Reeves Presiding FJder Itlelnm for KoiitiieUliuiH of the Muysvillo district while going A special from Danville Ky says from the Methodist church at Millers burg oiio evening in December lut A letter has been received here by the Campbell is a grandson of the late Gov- County Clerk from V B Gilmer Court ernor Metcalfe The action of the grand Commicsioner Lebanon Va making in jury of Bourbon county shows that the quiry for the heirs of George JIiiIIhoii good people of the county do not encour of Ambrose and Peggy Hull who left age the outrageous conduct of a few ruf Tazewell county Va several yearn ago fians at Millersburg against those who They have an interest there in an estate fivored the removal of the Kentucky valued at IQ0H Gcprgo Hall bail two Wcsleyau College to Winchester We sons one named Robert hlid another Jack Â¬ feel iiMtircd that hereafter the advocates son aud they are now supposed to bo lo of Winchester in tho removal contro- catcd somewhere in the State versy can go to Millersburg without fear A Jiuti iiuteeil Itttiutuly Winchester of being foully dfalt with Megrimiiie tho only permanent cure Sun for all forms of headache mid neuralgia - wjinnm r ll It t tin- - h ii miiimi relieves the jmiu in from 10 to JO mil -i uin iiiniiMii dress maker at Jvel K v now ui a nice utes For sale on positive ituarHUtce at line of ladies hut ami is prepared to do Tin Hint a II office or sent itpwid by mail on receipt of price 00 cents m box any kind of work in that line A given over to the coasters whose merry shouts were heard until far into the night Pcdcstriauisin was accompanied with many difficulties and numerous But few of these were at Â¬ falls resulted tended with serious com cqucnccs with tho exception of Dick Bush who fell and broke one bone of his leg and badly wrenched his ankle He is getting along nicely and will recover before a great In Paris Charlton Akxauder while Cashier of the Northern bank fell ami broke bis arm aud other carnalities of iiuilar character are recorded elsowhere Winchester Democrat In view of 1 Â¬ 1 J 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ r- 1 I t very iuvvt Verj respectfully Ac Constitutional or scrofulnufe catftnh As a remedy for coughs and cold Aycr Cherry Pectoral ljas never been wm eys i etc sunny cured by Aycf If your fiair combs out r is gray stop equaled Its pamolsa household word Saiaparlil jIt with Halls Hair Renew er I Hazel Green Herald SFENOKR COOPER PublUher THE PENSION BURDEN Growth of tlio ttouber Illntr Uridor Ito IMihllcntt MiuinjjflincMit Axis most important bureau attached to the department of ho interior is tho pension bitronu which expends nearly half tho revenues of tho government and for three years has been tho cause of vexation to tho administration and discredit to tho people Its Importance justified the expectation that in his an nual report tho secretary of the interior would discuss its affairs with groat frankness and thoroughness Tho report disappoints that expectation for out of a volume of 170 pages barely ten are devoted to tho pension depart ment and these are so colorless that conclusions from them can be extracted only by the aid of other reports Tho ono simple fact however that stands out above all others is tlio state ment that 51 15000000 will bo required to pay pensions during the next llscal year and that thereafter an annual appropriation of SWJOOOOUO will be required for several years until death shall reduce these drafts on the treasury Tho secretarys report is the fullest confirmation of tho fears expressed by the democratic newspapers and democratic congressmen that the pau per pension bill as tho republican Buffalo Express aptly termed it would in- Â¬ volve the country in an outlay of 5150000000 for pensions annually Tho secretary of tho intetior is evidently afraid of the consequences of his own confession for we notice that in tho neat and convenient summary ho has caused to bo prepared for tho press this most important fact in the entire report has been omitted Of course it cannot bo suppressed Tho unchecked growth of pension Appropriations cannot much longer be tolerated unless the people are pre- Â¬ pared to mortgage the country which was saved to the pensioners ust after the close of tho war in ISM the pension appropriations amounted to In 1875 ten years later 515000000 they amounted to 528000000 in 1885 they had risen to 555000000 in 18S8 they had mounted again to 580000000 and three years from that time the de partment estimates require double that enormous amount Tho amount wo arc asked to spend on pensions is to be more next year according to Secretary Nobles report than tho entire cost of government for any two years before the war The appropriation asked for is nearly half the expense of maintain ing in the field during the trying year of ISOi all the union armies And ac cording to the report furthermore the facts contradict tlio hopes expressed by the secretary There are already over 000000 peitKionersnnd 500000 others are waiting to have their claims passed upon while 400000 of those who al Â¬ ready draw pensions are seeking in- Â¬ creases The patent truth is that as now ad ministered the pension system is the opportunity for claim agents to debase patriotism by calling upon every man who served in the war if only for a few days to make a demand on tho treasury for a gratuity Tho secre tarys estimate ought not to surprise the American people President Clevelands course toward pensioners one of tho most courageous and patriotic steps in his administration was made the object of a successful partisan at tack by public plunderers at Washing ton and they have availed themselves of the chance their victory gave them The claim agents under Harrisons ad ministration have increased from 580 000000 to 5150000000 the annual tip nropriotlon for pensions and Corporal Tanner has been splendidly vindi- Â¬ cated Albany Argus THE APPOINTMENT OF ELKINS llurrlHourt Mttlo KcIhiiio to lloul OfT tlm Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IIAZEL GREEN KY I - WOMEN TRAIN JUMPERS PERSONAL AND LITERARY grasp it would bo due to himself and to tho president that ho retire from tho Wttt tombttrg won king cabinet The history of American pol- veryThe Into was of grandfather the his stout as itics tho ordinary comity obtaining family between gentlemen suggest that if Mr first king of the Wurtemburg waist girth Hlaiue is really a candidate for tho who had so great a not at tho plato roach his leading coat that ho could presidency ho retire front the when at dinner place In the cabinet of a chief magisSir Edwin Arnold says he has writtrate who Is also a candidate for re Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Stephen It Elkius whom the presi- Â¬ dent bos named for the war portfolio is a shrewd active and unscrupulous politician who was once district atÂ¬ torney of New Mexico where ho did not acquire an enviable name In 1881 he was ono of tho chief factors in pro curing tho nomination of antes J Hlaiue with whom he has business re- Â¬ lations in West Virginia in coal lands and railroads With good reason ho has boon accounted a political as well as u personal friend of ltlaine His record and associations are not such as would recommend him to a president sincerely desirous of making a credita ble administration If this were Har risons second term he would not prob ably thus till a vacany in ono of the ex ecutive oflices Hut a nominating con vention is to bo held within six months to which Harrisons claims will bo submitted and ho is making ap Â¬ pointments solely with roforeco to Hud Ircllmlmtry Jriit3tlc that interesting occasion Two views may bo taken of this pe- Â¬ Did you hear about Henry Hurley culiar appointment Ono suggests that No What is it You know ho was married n few Harrison is doing what ho can to alien Â¬ ate tlio friends of ltlaine Tho other months ago and tho most plausible view is that a Yes perfect understanding exists between Â¬ They say his married life is very unthe president and the secretory of state happy that tho latter is controlling opposition No to renomi nation of the former in order That his wife actually abuses him at the effective moment to give Harri physically too son tho support which will procure his How absurd reuoiulnation There was u time in I thought so too lint they say it is Air ltliiinos political career when ho true aad that her tongue lashings avo was audacious It is possible that with torrlblo the defeat of 84 tho advance of And to think that he prided himself years und tho ravage of disease on bIff an amateur athlete In his un Â¬ ho has lost this quality Ho would married days bo b bold and confident man if ho Thats so He must have practiced would again essay the verdict of too KHea with the wrong implements twolvo million American electors If What ohm ho retains his old time courage and is Why dm llJiTPkmdeJpbla indeed a candidate for a presidential JPrm nomination which if easily within his 0 Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ the wheel With the same case and success sho jumps Bafcly from a train und goes on her way rejoicing g Mrs Santow is a buxom block haired and black eyed wom Â¬ an and thlrty flvo years old says n Jtoaditig special She is a coal picker and at the close of the night her face and hands arc begrimed ami black She is what is known as a professional coal picker that is sho picks coal along tho railroad for the use of her family Tn the lower bectiou of this city are some thirteen women coal pickers who nightly jump on and off moving coal trains and think nothing of it IMrs Santow is the queen of the gang and is regarded as the most venture- Â¬ some Tt is a common custom for the women to go down the road on loaded trains and come back on empty trains The trains go at tho rate of ton to fifteen miles an hour beyond tho lower out- Â¬ skirts of tho city Three or four women jump on a loaded coal train at night and scatter along the middle cars away from the sitfht of tho brakemen and conduc tor In tho space of three miles they succeed in pushing off a lot of coal from tho tops of tho well loaded cars Those loaded with cftfr furnace or steamboat coal are not molested Tho nut coal is tho most sought a f tor A f tor the women have gone down far enough if not de tected they jump off tho train no matter how fast it is moving but they gen- Â¬ erally take their time in selecting the best place to make a safe lauding Tho coal that they push off the cars on the down trip is gathered up at dawn by girl coal pickers who heve not yet become proficient in train jumping After tho women leave the loaded coal trains going down they wait for an tip coal train made up of empty cars These trains run rapidly but the women no matter how dark the night run swiftly along with tho train and jump on them tiH gracefully and successfully as any practical railroader They gather up their skirts in their left hand and use their right in securing a grin Once on an empty car the women get down into it and scrape the coal together At times considerable coal is left in the bottoms by careless dumping at the great piers at tidewater and this coal is a bonanza to the women who scoop it tip into bags com Â¬ pletely tilling them by tho time the train reaches tho outskirts of tho city These tilled bags are then swung over tho sides of the car and dropped to the ground followed by tho women them- Â¬ selves In this wiiy they toil all night and succeed in getting together quite a loL of coal which is deposited in the back yard of tho shanties they occupy Their husbands work in tho neighbor Â¬ ing mills and are never known to buy more than a ton of coal for winter use They buy this coal in order to have a receipted bill to show in case they are arrested The girls gather up the coal in pans and old scuttles along the rail- Â¬ road They tiro frequently chased by the railroad police but are rarely the girls are because arrested doing nothing wrong Seen and women train jumpers the work only at night and are smart enough not to be caught at it Occa sionally one is killed through her own carelessness but such an accident has not happened recently Some of tho more successful coal pickers have enough coal to spare to sell to their neighbors I Ono of the railroad polico soys have tried a number of times to catch ono of these women train jumpers Tltoy often hove a small rake and they reach up on tho end of tho car and rake down tho coal lotting it fall to tho tracks The noiso of tho falling coal is drowned in tho clatter of the cars It is almost impossible to sec these want- Â¬ on when they sit crouched on tho bumpers between tho cars They are alert and if an oftlcer appears they leap from a Hying train and disappear un N Y Sun hurt in tho woods good-lookinÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ They Hob Coul Train lit TraiiMlt Along tlio Schuylkill Valley Mrs Mnrio Stintow Is ono of the inORt expert trntnjuinpcrs in tlm United StntOB With tlio eftBO and dexterity of a veteran railroader Mrs Sitntow takes n flying coal train and sufoly lands on tho bumper or on the uxlo ond above stay Mr ltlaine chooses to nomination Tho inference is strong that ho remains having a complete understand ing wlih the president and tho ap- Â¬ pointment of Elkius lends color to this view Elkins is strangely altered if ho is not primarily a friend of ltlaine If that is not his relation to the secretary of state then his appointment as sec retary of war is practical notice to Mr ltlaine that tho president desires his resignation as a person holding his com Â¬ mission who is endeavoring to thwart an ambition which custom in American politics fairly warrants The probabilities are that Mr ltlaine who remains in Mr Harrisons cabinet does not mean to accept a nomination at Minneapolis but is working by methods of his own to prevent the de- Â¬ feat of his chief That Mr ltlaine and Mr Elkins are both members of Mr Harrisons cabinet lends color to this view As friends they can both labor As ene Â¬ for Harrisons ronomination Â¬ Â¬ mies Mr Itlaines retirement would bo necessary because of Mr Elkins1 ap pointment for Elkius cannot accept tlio portfolio save with complete under Â¬ Â¬ standing that he shull assist Harrison to renomiuation which means that if ltlaine is a candidate he shall antagonize him Chicago Times A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ scandal and if there had been sense of decency enough in tlio republican party to control tho senate the nomination would have bten rejected It is oft mi argued that a president is en- Â¬ titled to select his cabinet members regardless of their character as they are his confidential advisers and Hut really his private secretaries they are also heads of departments and they should not be exempt from tests of fitness which apply to others in the department service The noto Â¬ rious unfitness of a cabinet otllcer nominated by tho president ought to insure the reicctiou of tho nomination regardless of the ulterior and private purposes the president may have had in the premises When a scandalous nom- Â¬ ination is made to the senate it is the senates duty to reject it No one in the senate can conscien Â¬ tiously deny that the nomination of Elkins is scandalous i le is one of the most desperate adventurers in the country No other man in tlio country combines so thoroughly the attributes of the political and His connec financial freebooter tion with tlio land rings and land grabs f New Mexico is notorious He has operated in politics as a means of promoting the most doubtful enter Â¬ prises that originate in Wall street His underhanded connection with tho sealskin monopoly is in itself sufficient cause foi his rejection but it is only a single item in a long account Ho stands with Quay Dudley and Wana maker for all that is worst in republic an polities It is not merely that ho is on offensive partisan but it is notoriously true that lie is more a freebooter than A more shameful nominaa partisan tion could not have been mode He ought by all means to be rejected St Louis Republic Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ paid 1300 cash Thats what is The Appointment of u Uitpulillciin 1roa promised by tho proprietors of Dr liootci to tlio Culilntt By its daughter also Sages Catarrh Remedy Mr Harrisons nomination of Stevo Their little mild soothing cleansing and healElkins for secretary of war is a public edits and her father publishes a it t lo ing properties it cures tho worst monthly niagamc entitled Wee Willie nine-year-ol- d 1 PUBLIC SCANDAL ten 8000 editorial leaders each of them averaging over half n column in length lie enjoys ediorial work greatly and Is never happier ho says than when pegging away with a pen Ho ulwiys smokes a pipe when writing A tinted ch a raster In the Sac and 1ox nation in Nelitaskn is George E Gormelo who for twenty years has been an interpreter In tlio employ of the government lie speaks fourteen Indian dialects and though now sev Â¬ enty years old and blind has not out Â¬ lived his usefulness A committee lias been formed in Rome of which Signor Cavalotti Mr Signor Mr Gladstone Swinburne Aniioi Signor llonghi and Signor Me natti Garibaldi tire members for the purpose of erecting a monument to Percy Shelley the English poet who was drowned in 182t Emperor Wilhelm was very anxious to know while visiting a certain corps whether theoflleers had any nicknames for him After being pressed one of tlio young men modestly replied that because of the emperors great enthu siasm about naval matters they usually alluded to him as Gondola Willie The countess of Aberdeen it is said edits a mouthy magazine entitled Onward and Tpwnrd of which her hus Â¬ band is sub editor and publisher It is conducted in the interest of working girls and is already a financial success Â¬ CoPYRUmTlBjJl IPs an insult to your intelligence but some un scrupulous dealers try it For in stance youro suffering from eonio Skin Scalp or Scrofulous affection run - down or aro feeling and used up Theres a torpid liver impuro blood and all that may cotno Youvo decided wisely from it that Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery is tho medicine to help You know that its fuaran you teed to do so as no other blood purifier is If it doesnt benefit or cure you get your money back But what is best for you to tako isnt always best for ho dealer Ho offers something else to sell Is it fkely thats just as good If tho makers of a medicine cant trust it can you One of two things has to happen Youre cured of Catarrh or youro Â¬ Winkle cases A strange figure on the streets of Washington is that of Josephine J si roeki a Polish countess and a grand niece of Count Pulaski of revolution ary fame She is described as a hu Â¬ man dried apple poor to indigence and shabbily dressed and she is about fifty years old For twenty five years she has been lighting for a fortune left by Count Pulaski The growth of periodical literature in France is shown by the following figures In 1880 only 2075 periodicals wore published in that country while in 1800 the number had increased to Of the latter number 400 were fi011 conservative 1151 republican and iltb pursued no political tendency Paris hud tK conservative and 1104 repub lican publications I Â¬ Â¬ August Flower What Is It For boys lips d 99 HUMOROUS Martyr What is the tune you are whistling Whistler Thats what I am trying to find out Wagg Smith the blkcris a very Why soQuigley scholary personWagg lie has u sign over his pie Such stuff as dreams are counter Harpers ltazar made of So your son is a Mrs Ivawler doctor Has ho been in the business Oh yes he Mrs Hacklotte long must have been for he wrote that he is a veterinary at it11 Hoston News She doesnt tell ma either - Ho tells liur how wicked ho used to lie Till she Flmilclern anil wiftly cries La Kut never not ever no never does lies Tell any HiieJi yarns to her inn Indianapolis Journal And he is no worse than the big- Â¬ ger older balder-headeboys Life is an interrogation point What is it for we continually cry from the cradle to the grave So with this little introductory sermon we turn and ask What As easily is August Flower for answered as asked It is for Dyspepsia It is a special remedy for the Stomach and Liver Nothing more than this but this brimful We believe August Flower cures Dyspepsia We know it will We have reasons for knowing it Twenty years ago it started in a small country town To day it has an honored place in every city and country store possesses one of the largest manu- Â¬ facturing plants in the country and sells everywhere Why is this The reason is as simple as a childs thought It is honest does one thing and does it right along it cures Dyspepsia G G GREEN Sole ManfrWoodburyXJ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ This is the query per petually ou your little Mini from Mai lie Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ POINTED PARAGRAPHS With Steve Elkins in the cabinet all that will bo needed to make it an artistic whole are places for Quay and Dudley St Louis Republic If there is any cloud upon the ad ministration of President Harrison the management of tho navy department gives it a silver lining Itrooklyn Eagle Stevo Elkins appointment should lead W W Dudley to think that ho will again be recognied at the white house Horsey Elkins Dudley dolt tiny Davenport ought all to Lo in it now Minneapolis Times Mr ltlaine has not yet i sued that oft pronnsed proclamation of loyalty to his chief and on injlexiblo determination not to accept the presi- Â¬ dential nomination though his condition of health seems to render him equal to any epistolary exertion N Â¬ Â¬ Y are cordial Those statesmen are doubtless about tounte on some excel lent plan for the discontinuance of gerrymanders when not republican in the tnlted States senate Louisville Â¬ World Mr Clarkson says the relations between Mr ltlaine and Mr Harrison Â¬ Tho Harrison organs aro still working the old racket about ltlaine soon pulling out of tlio way of their man For reasons well known to his intimate friends says the Tribune of tho other twin Why then tho certifi- Â¬ cate of tho Philadelphia doctor that ho is quite well and to bo a good deal hotter in six months St Itittl Globe Stove Elkins who has just been nominated for secretary of war to succeed Senator Proctor is a prac tical politician of tho boodlo sort Ho is tho most active spirit In a circle of speculators and jobbers which has its headquarters in Washington and New York and is always trying to exploit the national treasury Indianapolis Sentinel Â¬ Nothing remarkable about that Lots Yes but Mr cant dance Arndt knowns he cant and never even tries Truth Might He Worse Gussie Dont you think Tho Man Without a Country Tessie is just as sad as it can be Ye es its very sad indeed Hut I think tlio country without a man would bo a good deal sadder dont you Ronton Post Tom He Witt Vassar can not take the same rank among the colleges Kitty Winslow as Yalo or Harvard Tom Do Witt Why not Well for ono thing sho never publishes in tlio newspapers tho mime of her oldest living graduate11 Koto Fields Washington Do you believe theres ltrown such a thing in married life as perfect A cast where both aro of the love Fogg Oh yes there sumo mind aro tho Googleys for instance She thinks there never was a man in the world like her husband and so does he Hoston Transcript I sayChnppy Ive wather Sappy got the ideoh that I novah could be an Chappy dontcher know actah Whats the weoson deoh boy Sappy Whyold fellah dontcher sec theres a wulo Ive wood soinoweah that weads think twice befoah you abet That would wttln mo its more than a fellah can do now to think wonth ami should just exploit if I had to think twlco ba jove Hoston Courier Good Cause for Complaint Muj No sir I do not like the Murgntroyd newspaper of to doyl Let mo give you an illustration LaHt week I met a reporter of the Moon casually you un- Â¬ derstand and told him casually a good story about Judge Rungstortors visit to my house and the tlmo wo had Made him promise ho wouldnt publish It 8eo Porapauo Yes He promMaj At ised lie did Then what do yon supposo Pompano wearily D1 Maj M no savagely -- Ho didnt publish it Not a line sir not a Ua Smith Gray Coi Monthly of follows Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Mr Van Arndt is a remarkable ho cant dance Actually man r ONLY TRUE ru H THE mniy MPH Ui fTONiO iuuniHoiiiiiyurauio3ii i juiiki rirignuiitu Iram power i iicruiuuu hours iiltvim inu cloi receive now f ret pe- Â¬ BtiflcrliiR trout complain nil culiar to tliol r f ex nsltiK roso bloom on licelsbeautiiiei Complexion Slid everywhere All pcnuliin corxU bear tjenti iisJceut stamp forU--K- O rcsrent pamphlet 1 Wtll purify 1JTOOD reanlato KIDNKVS ruimiwi lJVKK disorder liulld utrcugtii ri nuvr appetite rcxioru nr iiiu ana viKoroi youtn uyxioiin Indication that tlrod it - OR IIAtlTER MEDICINE CO St Louis Mo YOUNG MOTHERS which Iwiuroti Safvtji to lAfa of Mother and VhlUl lf Offer Voir a Itvmiulu mothers imADPIELD AfteruMmronnhottloof MothrrnFrlemJ J ufforvrt hut lltilnpnlii inn did mil cxp rloncutiin wmiknPM itflorwiint muni In audi caaua sir ANMKGAOm Immur Mo Jan lMli XKH Hent by exprtisw olmruo prepaid on receipt or price lOpor bottle IJook to Muthurs mulltMl fre of itn in Horror and Jllsh Id JlobH Confinement mm CO ATLANTA OA HKRVIilTOU BOLD UY AM DUUGOIST3 Saltation OU AHIIIliMorFMn wwm ftSfifgZ Habit Ctn ed In 19 rw twq yw mi miSffUL X t lis HALLELUJAHS jn All Lands Thoso Grand Strains Proolaim t lm jetliltln iiiiix Ctirlnt A 7 Hlrthplaro or leans Chrlit Do- lit Tutmnge I 11 Knruion by Kov T you tako filer else ly pronched Inst Sunday sermon nppropriato to tho Christmas And season His text was Lulco ii 10 theyenmo in hnsto and found Alary and Joseph and tho Uabo lying- in a manger The blncU window shutters of a De- Â¬ cern ocr night wero thrown open and gome of the best singers of the world where they all sing stood thcro and putting baclc tho drapery of cloud chanted a peaco anthem until all the cchos of hill and valley applauded and encored tho hallelujah chorus Come let us go into that Christmas scene as though we had never before worshiped at the manger Here is a Madonna worth looking at Dr Tnlmwjo g 1 aut j iro is m Dr its Tintoretto and Ohirlundajo surpassed themselves in the adoration of the Magi Correggio needed to do nothing mortal The Madonna of tho Lily by Leonardo da Vinci will kindle the admiration of all ages Hut all the galleries of Dresden arc forgotten when I think of tho small room of that gallery containing tho Sistine Madonna Yet all of them Â¬ name in all lauds and all Christian centuries is Mary And there are Marys In palaces and Marys in cabins and though German and French and Italian and Spanish and English pronouneo it differently they are all namesakes of the one whom we find on a bed of straw with her nale face nirainst the of Christ in cheek the soft night of nativity All tho great painters have tried on canvass to present Mary and her child and the in Â¬ cidents of the most famous night of the worlds history Raphael in three dif ferent masterpieces celebrated them Â¬ wonder not that tho most frequent more than his Madonna to become im- Â¬ Â¬ a were copies of St Matthews Madonna and Lukes Madonna the inspired Ma donna of tho Old Hook which wo had put into our bauds when we wero in fants and that wo hope to have under our heads when wo die Jlehold in the first place that on tho first night of Christs lifo God honored tho brute creation Von can not got into that JSethlehem barn without going past tho camels the mules the dogs tho oxen The brutes of that stable heard the first cry of tho infant Lord Some of tho old painters represent tho oxen and camels kneeling that night before tho ft newborn babe And well might they kneel Have you ever thought that Christ came among other tilings to alleviate the Was sufferings of the brute creation it not nppropriato that ho should during tho first few days and nights of his life on earth bo surrounded by the dumb boasts whoso moan and plaint and bellowing have for ages been a prayer to God for tho arresting of their tortures and tho righting of their wrongs It did not merely happen so that tho unintelligent creatures of God should have been that night in close neighborhood Not a kennel in all the centuries not n birds nest not a worn out horso on tow path not a herd freezing in the poorly built cow pen not a freight car in summer time bringing tho beeves to market without water through a thou- Â¬ sand miles of agony not a surgeons room witnessing tho struggles of fox or rabbit or pigeon or dog in the horrors of vivisection but has an interest in tho fact that Christ was born in a stable surrounded by brutes Ho remembers that night anil the prayer he heard in their pitiful moan ho will answer in the punishment of thoso who maltreat tho dumb brutes They suroly have as much right in this world as wo have In the first chapter of Genesis you may bee that they wero placed on the earth before man was tho fish and fowl created tho fifth day and tho quadrupeds tho morning of tho sixth day and man not until the afternoon of that day Tho whale the eagle tho lion and all the lessor creatures of their kind were predecessors of tho human family They havo tho world by right of possession They havo also paid rent for tho plaees they occupied What an army of defense all over tho land aro the faithful watch dogs And who can tell what tho world owes to tho horso and And camel and ox for transportation robin and lurk have by tho cantatas with which they have filled orchard and forest more than paid for tho few grains they havo picked up for their sustenance When you abuse any creature of God you strike its Creator and you insult the Christ who though Ho might havo been welcomed into lifo by princes and taken his first infantile slumber amid 1yrian plush and canopied couches and rippling waters from royal aqueducts dripping into basins of ivory and pearl choho to bo born on tho level with a cows horn or a camels hoof or a dogs nostril that Ho might be tho allevia tion of animal suffering as WH a tno redeemer of man Standing then as I imagine now I do in that Hcthlohcm night with an infant Christ on tho one sido and tho speech less creatures of God on the other I ry look out how you strike tho rowel into that horsoa side Tako oil uiat Curbed bit from that bleodlntr mouth Hemovc thatsaddio from that raw back 81lOOt Tint In fun ttiat ltrvl 1nt I tflO mU for foci Vorffot not to put wu- Â¬ Â¬ lunniil God has infinite resources and He can give presents of great value but when ho wants to give tho richest possible gift to a household He looks around all tho worlds and all tho universe and then gives a child The greatest present that God ever gave our world Ho gave about 1S01 years ago and Ho gave it on n Christ Â¬ mas night and it was of such value that Heaven adjourned for a recess and came down and broke through the clouds to look at it Yea in all ages He makes God has honored childhood every picture a failuro unless almost there be a child either playing on tho floor or looking through tho window or seated on the lap gazing into tho face of tho mother It was a child in Naamans kitchen who told tho great Syrian warrior where ho might fo and get cured of his leprosy which at tho seventh plunge in tho Jordan was left at tho bottom of It was to tho cradlo of tho river leaves In which a child was laid rocked Â¬ moan No moro did Christ show interest in tho botanical world when ho said cou- 111 t II it f1u oiucr vuu jiuos innn lie snowou sym Â¬ pathy for tho ornithological when Ho said behold tho fowls of the air and tho quadrupedal world when ho al- Â¬ lowed himself to bo called in ono plneo a lion and in another place a lamb Mean while may tho Christ of Hethle hem cattle pen havo mercy on tho suf fering stock yards that are preparing diseased and fevered meat for our American households Heboid also in this Hlblc scene how on that Christinas night God honored childhood Christ might have made his first visit to our world in a cloud as lie will descend on his next visit In a cloud in what a chariot of illumined vapor ho might havo rolled down the sky escorted bj mounted cavalry with lightning for drawn sword Elijah had a carriage of iiro to take him up why not Jesus a carriage of fire to fetch him down Or over the arched bridge of a rainbow the Lord might have descended Or Christ might havo had his mortality built up on eartli out of tho dust of a garden as was Adam in full manhood at the start without the introductory feebleness of infancy No no Childhood was to be Ho must honored by that advent have a childs light limbs and a childs dimpled hand and a childs beaming eye and a childs flaxen hair and baby hood was to be honored for all timo to come and a cradle was to mean more than a irravo Micrhtv God May the reflection of that one childs faco be seen in all infantile faces Enough have all thosu fathers and mothers on hand if they havo a child in the house A throne a crown a scep ter a kingdom under charge Ho careful how you strike him across the bead jarring the brain What you say to him will be centennial and millennial and a hundred years and a thousand years will not stop the echo and re- Â¬ It is my child echo Do not say is only an immortal It Rather say It is only a masterpiece of Jehovah It is only a being that shall outlive sun and moon and star and ages quadril 4 1 Â¬ Â¬ crumbs to thoso birds caught too far north in tho winters inclemoncy Arrest that man who is making that ono horso draw a load heavy enough for three Hush in upon that sceno whoro boys aro torturing a cat or transfix- Â¬ ing butterfly or grasshopper Drive not on that old robin for her nest is a mothers cradle and under her wing thcro may bo threo or four musicians of tho sky in training In your families and in your schools touch the coming generation more mercy timn tho present generation 1ms ever shown and in this marvelous Hible picture of tho nativity while you point out to tnem tho angel show them also the camel and while they hear tho celestial chant let them also hear tho cows Â¬ Â¬ tor Into tho cage for the canary Throw studied out somo 3f orhood bo consecrated Why did Titian nOUfl tho Italian artist when ho sketched QOMD3 tho Madonna mako it an Italian OAMFTON KT faco Why did Rcubons tho Gorman nrtist in his Madonna mako it a Ger Â¬ 8 8 COMBS PxormiBTOB man faco Why did Joshua Reynolds Ta patronage of the kaveliat frith tho English artist in his Madonna rwpectfullj solicited Table tk SmI li ON Wlty did ertry attcatloa for the eeafort f mnko it an English faco Murlllo tho Spanish artist in his Madonna mako it n Spanish face I RED KELLAM Â¬ motals studlod physiology studied ovcrythintr And when I see theso scientists bow before tho beautiful babe T son llm prophecy of tho tlmo when all tho tele- Â¬ scopes and microscopes and all tho hoyden jars and all tho electric bat Â¬ teries and all tho observatories and all tho unlvorcltlos shall bow to Jesus It is much that way already Whero is tho college that docs not havo morning prayers thus bowing at tho manger Who havo been tho greatest physicians Omitting tho names of the living lost wo should be invidious havo wo not had among thorn Christian men like our own Joseph C Hutchinson and Rush and Valentino Mott and Aber cromblo and Abcrnethy Who havo boon our greatest scientists Joseph Henry Who lived and died in the faith of the Gospolu aud Oassir who standing with Ills students among the hills took off his hat and said Young gentlemen boforo wo study theso rocks lot us pray for wisdom to the God who made tho rocks To day tho greatest doctors and lawyers of Hrooklyn and Now York and of this land and nil other lands revere tho Christian religion aud aro nof nshamed to say so boforo juries and legislatures and senates All geology will yet bow before tho Rock of ages All botany will yet worship tho Rose of Sharon All astronomy will yot recognize the And physiology Star of Hethlehctn and anatomy will join hands and say Wo must by tho help of God get the human raco up to tho porfect nerve and perfect muscle and porfect brain and porfect form of that perfect child boforo whom nigh twonty hundred yours ago tho wise men bont thoir tired knees in worship Heboid also in that first Christmas night that God honored tho fields Come in shepherd boys to Hothlehom No they say and seo tho child we aro not dressed good onough to Yes you are como in como In Sure enough the storms and tho night dew and the brambles havo made rough work with their apparel but none havo a better right to come in They were the first to hear tho music of that Christinas night Tho first an- Â¬ nouncement of a Saviours birth was made to thoso men in the fields There were wiseacres that night in Hethlehem and Jerusalem snoring in deep sleep and thcro wore salaried officers of tho government who hearing of It after- Â¬ ward may have thought that they ought to have had tho first news of such a great event somo ono dismount Â¬ ing from a swift camel at thoir door and knocking till at somo sentinels question Who comes there the groat ones of the palace might have been told No tho shep of the celestial arrival herds heard tho two first bars of the music tho first in the major key aud the last in the subdued minor Glory to God in tho highest and on earth Ah yes the peace good will to men Â¬ fm never heard but I think they took WITH their own tnothors as tho tjpo of Mary tho mother of Chris Whop you hear M S TIMMOND8 somo one in sermon or oration spcnlc in tho abstract of a good faithful hon- Â¬ est mother your eyos fill up with tears IPORTSMOUTH O pl8ty wliiloyou say to yourself That was my mother SALARY 25 PER WEEK Tho first word a child utters is npt to Wanted Good Aqbnti to bsll ovm bo Mother nnd tho old man in his General line of merchandise N dying dream calls Mother mothcrl ABOVE 8ALARY WILL Bl PEDDMNO It matters not whothor slio was brought PAID TO LIVE AGENTS FOR WJJM up to tho surroundings of a city audj TIIEIX INFORMATION ADDRESS in nfilucnt home and was dressed ap CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO proprlutoly with reference to tho de Â¬ 178 W Van Duron St Ohioaoo III mands of modern life or whothor sho woro the old tlmo cap and great round MATLOCK spectacles and apron of her own mako HENRY WITH and knit your socks with her own needles seated by tho broad firo placo CO MCMILLAN HAZEN with great back log ablaze on a win Â¬ ter night It mnttors not how many WHOLESALE wrinkles crossed ami recrossed her faco or now mucti nor snouidors stoonoa with tho burdens of a long life if you painted a Madonna hers would bo the BOOTS AND What n gentle hand sho had faco KNOXVILLE TENN when wo wero sick and what a voice to sootho pain and was there any ono who could so fill up a room with And peace utid purity and light MTTho above goods are handled by J CO Ilnzel Green Ky what a sad day that was when wo DAY niii iimwNI came homo and she could greet us not for her lips wero forever still Como back mother this Christmas day and tako your old place and as ten or twenty or fifty years ago como and open the old Hible as you used to read aud kneel in the same place as you used to pray and look upon us as of old when you wished us a merry Christ mas or a happy Now Year Hut no AND That would not be fair to call yon back enough and aches You bad troubles enough nnd bereavements enough while you were hero Tarry by the throne mother till wo Nos 134 133 RACE STREET join you there your prayers all an CINCINNATI O swered and in tho eternal homestead Â¬ ll of our God we shall again keep Christ mas jubilee together Hut speak from THE KRUSE 5 BAHLMAH your thrones all you glorified mothers and say to all these your sons and daughters words of love words of warning words of cheer They need your voice for they havo traveled far and with many a heart break slnco you -- K0MPANY left them and you do well to call from the heights of Heaven to tho valleys ol 11 15 and 17 West Pearl Stroel eartli Hall onthroncd ancestry Wo Wholesale Grocers SHOES ii MARKS BROS MARES Â¬ Â¬ HARDWARE CINCINNATI O aro coining Keep a placo right bosldfl M you at the banquet Ciltn Slowfootml yonrit I Moro swirtiy run Into tho koiiI or tlui unwitting sun Homesick wo urn for tlioo In ml beyond tho iciv uThe ffholrsnle trndo of Eaitera Eew tuoky is respectfully solicited r-T- HE- but wo have grazing our Tnited States pasture fields and prairio about 15000-000 sheep and all their keepers ought to follow the shepherds of my text and all those who toil in fields all vine- Â¬ dressers all orchardists all husband mon fields wero honored The old allotments with nlaid and crook have for the most part vanished CraHnhoppnr ClirlHtluiin by tho Nile that God called tho atten- Â¬ tion of history It was a sick child that evoked Christs curative sympathy It was a child that Christ set in tho midst of the squabbling disciples to tench tho lesson of humility Wo arc informed that wolf and leopard and lion shall bo yot so domes ticated that a little child shall lead them A child decided Waterloo show ing tho army of Hluchcr how it could tako a short cut through tho Holds when if the old road had been followed the Prussian general would havo come too late to save tho destinies of Europe It was a child that decided Gettysburg ho having overheard two confederate generals in a conversation In which they decided to march for GettysburgÂ¬ instead of Harrlsburg and this re ported to Gov Curtin tho fodoral forces started to meet thoir opponents child is at Gettysburg And to day thomake all the great battles to decide all tho laws settle all tho destinies and deusher in tho worlds saWntlon or Â¬ Â¬ struction Men women nations all earth and there all heaven behold tho child Is cheek any velvet so soft as a childs child s a Is there any sky so blue as sweet us any musio bo Is thcro ovo any plume the childs voice Is there as a childs hair ko wavv also thai in this Bible night Who aro scene God honored science before tho men kneeling the throe wise Inoruh divine infant Not boors not and Mel Caspar Uelthasar uses but that was to be ohlor men who knew all Isaaq Newtons the They were of their ul Herschols and Faraday forerun was the Ume Their alchemy eLo jour h BhiruiuH astronomy Jny sublime chemistry their mother of our magnifloett i nuuv etara i UlHi Not only that Christmas night but all up and down the worlds history God has been honoring tho fiolds Nearly all the messialis of reform nnd literature and eloquence aud law and benevolence have come from the fiolds Washington from tho fields Jeffer- Â¬ son from the fields Tho presidential martyrs Garfield aud Lincoln from the fields Clay from tho fields Martin Hoforo this Luthor from tho fields world Is right tho overflowing popula- Â¬ tions of our crowded cities will liavc to Instead of ton mer Â¬ tako to the fields chants in rivalry as to who shall sell that ono apple wo wnut at least oight In- Â¬ of them to go out and raise apples stead of ton merchants desiring to soil that ono bushol of wheat wo want at least eight of them gathering wheat Tho world wants moro hands moro bronzed checks moro muscular arms To tho fields God honored them when Ho woke up the shepherds by tho midnight anthem nnd Ho will while tho world lasts continue to honor tho fluids When tho shuphords crook wus that famous night stood against the wall of the Uethlohom khan It was a prophecy of tho tlmo when threshers flail and farmers plow and woodsmans ax and oxs yoko and hlienf binders rako shall surrender to tho God who ntado tho country as man made tho town Heboid also that on that Christmas nigh God honored motherhood Two angels on their wings might havo brought an infant Saviour to Uethlo hom without Mnrya being there at all When the villagers on tho morning of December JO awoko by dlvlno an rangement and In somo unexplained way tho Child Jesus might havo been found in somo comfortablo cradlo of tho village Hut no no Mothorhood for all tlmo was to bo consecrated and ono of the tendereat relations was to bo ono and tho maternal relation Mother of tho sweetest words In all agos God has honored good John Wesley had a good motherhood St Hornard had a good mother mother Satnuol Iludgott a good mother Doddridge a good mother Waltor Scott a good mother Bonjarnin West a good mother In a great audience most of whom ana Christians I asked that allÂ¬ those who had been blessed of Christhe tian mother rise and almost you -- uMBinblv stood un Dont e how important It is that all mothÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Presbyterian complains of Others havo grasshopper Christians doubtless been troubled on ncconnt of this class although they may not rec ognize them by this name Our brother the editor of the paper referred to says that they aro on tho jump in revival SG0MPANY5 times but hide away tho rest of tho vear When thoy get the power on Ihcni to see them shout and oxhort WholBsale Dry Goods Notions and sing nnd pray one would think that they wero taking Heaven by storm 101 101 and 105 W Fourth Street and when tho excito ment dies out they cease to hop about and make no further stir until the next CINCINNATI O South Sld yenrw religious fervor puts renewed i All this is too animation into them true Tliore am many who do nothing and manifest little life at any other Then they time than during a revival will be so much in earnest that thoy Tho Â¬ GEO W MAIPIN GROSSMAN CO will complain of thoso whoso zeal does not burn as brightly hb their own They forget that while they have been dor mant thoso of whom they complain havo been earnest in season aud out oi Kami and Fireside season SCHLBUTKBR Saddlery and Harness Noi 74 Â¬ Following Copy Edwin Hooth once took n fancy that ho nould no longer bo advertised us Go to tho printers lie Mr Hooth said to his munngers and tell them to put simple Edwin Hooth on tho hand- Â¬ I did as I was told bills and posters and explained to tho foreman of tho printing office that Mr Hooth wished simple Edwin Hooth whenever his tintno occurred in tho copy What was my and Teds horror astonishment next day when nil tho billboards woro placarded with tho cast of Tho Apos- Â¬ tate headed by Poscnra Simple Ed Â¬ When I went to the prin- Â¬ win Hooth Cuiu I wan informed that ter to rahio the bill had been sat up strictly in ac Â¬ cordance witli my instructions nnd that it was a printers business to follow copy ovan if it took him out of the win Â¬ dow Epoch Tim United Mtiiti In Miniature One of tho most uniquo novultios at tho Worlds fair will bo a huge map of and 70 Main Street CINCINNATI 0 1 GUS MEYER WITH WMKEKRG0 o jonnims in o Hardware Agricultural Implomints FOSTER 8TOVI CO OHVEIt CHILLED TLOWfl MALTA PLOWS COOKS HILLS A EVAPOUATOB CHAMPION HEAPEU8 MOWERS STODDARD AND ACME HARROWS DOORS AND bASH A SPECIAITY Nos 110 is 113 Seoond Street 91y IRONTON OniO DO YOU WANT TO SAV1 FROM 25 to 60 CENTS ON EVERY the United States exhibited by tho DOLLAR YOU SPEND If bo writ coast survey It will bo about four roR our Illustrated Catalogue hundred feet square and bo placed hori- Â¬ containing illustrations and priom zontally on tho exposition grounds and OF EVERyTHINO MANUFACTURED Ilf a large building erected over it This tub United States at manufactur Â¬ 10000 ILLUSTRATIONS building will bo provided with galleries ers TRICES OiTALOOUB on the inside so as to al- Â¬ ALL LINES REPRESENTED and pathways visitors to walk over the whole mailed free out application low Addkma United States without touching it Chicago supply co The model will be made of piaster oi No 178 Wbot Vak Burx height oi paris and wil show the exact CHICAGO ILL mountains the depth of livers and the curvature of the earth general t Some of our wealthy Christians b Here in a family ehureh rather than hi a church family Carlo Marty a OTAmirvKriTOV WAUI VVMAliVi tar mi at mm MM km Writing flee 011 yn wl tfttUM7 it t i ILO i f4T t I Tnulltru Tinkling It SPENCER COOPER Editor cant seems that the citizens of this eountv realize the iidvuntnges of a railroad I h iliilm tlmt it Ihk Increased their tnxn lion mid the cant get anv price for their proilnt lN ami propertv Of eourne their lanil N valneil higher and they can sell ittbr more Merchandise Is a great ileal cheaper to anil there W a grent muny advantages la a railroad There Is none talk of n tram roail begin ning at Jackson aiil running to tin hcndwu ten of the ope fork of Froen Creek for the purpose of running the limber oir the land v hieh belongs to a Wisconsin company which they purchased of the Pope heirs HAZEL GREEN KY Mr Harrison Klnir trim lias beiii sick l for the past live Jan 20 1892 critical conumou or iisixn week mat still In a snm nnr mis consumption but she has not It is nothing more than the grip BRIEF EDITORIALS AND NEWS NOTES Willie Carpenter son of Hen Carpenter The New York delegation to the Na who has been sick for some time troubled tional Convention in paid to be already with consumption is in a critical condition PRESIDENT slated from among the ranka of Senator ami is expected to die every moment James Cope has been seriously ill with a Hill complication of discuses but is recovering slowly The New York Herald nominated Hon Will Holloa of IJolt Cock w holms been Henry Vattornon of the Courier-Jou- r S W nal for President but that great tariff visiting here Hie past week or two has gone home retormer declined with thanksv VICE PRESIDENT Tim recent tide in the creek left the roads Associate Justice Joseph P Hradley of in bad condition IMJNKKT Jan 23 892 the United States Supremo Court died at Iuh residence in Washington last Fri Mountaineers in Montgomery A day after a weeks illnew He was a Sentinel Democrat Jan 221 member of the 8x7 electoral commiHsion Hon D S Godsey of Hazel Grei was CASHIER in 187G here thu last weckon business Win A Lncey It F Khun P H Laccy Contrary to the cherished hope of tho m a8CH ey President Cleveland will not nnd others of Morgan enmity were in the ho n cni Uhlnte for Presidential honors city this week W enrollW O Mize of Hazel Green K this year Tho Hill faction has evidenting clerk of tlie Kentucky State Senate was ly horned him off the track to the great ASST CASHIER regret of a majority of the Democrats of in the city Monday Joint W Cravens the Hazel Green tiidcr tho country taker came down to burv the remains of Geo Sew ells It has been rumored that the bet at this ofliccdough ter Monday lie called Tuesday and left for home Governor Kentucky over had Simon Wednesday Bolivar Hacklier would be a candidate Has amnle facilities fordoing II for Concrete fiom his district hut the eountvG KyArnctt in of Hendricks Magoflin a general banking business Sowas the city Wednesday mid old Koldlcr ntateHman Mdenices of it licits deposits makcH collee went hack to Formers to attend his lumber nnd it is more than probable that he is interests there Mr Arnctt is a prosperous tions gives prompt and careful looking to a place in tho Senate chamber merchant and school supt of his county attention to all business entrust- Â¬ f the United States ed to it and extends to its Dr J IJ Taulbee left last Monday for San Antonia Texas to recuperate from his customers the most iihernl SSacsigigBgT Tho old saw runs When a dogs recent attack of la grippe He is improving accommonations consistent witn down everybody kicks him and that so slowly that he thought it advisable to correct banking business now seems to be the fate of the new Con- Â¬ seek some Southern clime and his many may speedily hope stitution Jack Hendrick has kicked it friends here sincerely will he The Doctor return the Somite has kicked it the House has recover hu will be ready to serve about Fell 1 when hir friends S 8T11ADER SON kicked it and now comes a Hoard ol as of yore Magistrates in Marshall county who levy Successors to J A La 1 1 Co a poll tax of 2 when tho new instruThe undersigned takes pleasure in announcing that they have just completed ar Happy and content is a home with The Ro- Â¬ ment expressly provides that it shall not chester a lamp with the light of the morning LEXINGTON KY lements with the American Hook Company that will enable him to sell the school- - 71 E Main Sthkkt books adopted ly the State Hoard of Education at the following reduced rates be more than 100 Wholesale Dealers in FercataUfMt write Roekttttr Lamj Co New Yo A MctJulleys Small Primer 3V Rays New First A rithmetic 15 i ii Revised Primer 8J Second Arithmetic That new Constitution that was talked ti ii Straight Kentucky Whiskies 17 Keleetic Speller Third Arithmetic f0 about so much last Fall has falleh into i Ifjlffljj 17 First Render Kev to same SO bad repute with tho General Assehibly ii Second Reader 30 High Arithmetic 8 Wines Brandies c and even thoso members who helped saw Third Reader 42 Kev tosame 7 i FINE OLD WHISKY A SPECIALTY build it find a way to break through the Fourth Reader McOufTeys 1st Kcleetic Ceoernphy f0 f5 ii ii Fifth Reader 1 10 75 l hclectic lieogruphy guards they set up to protect the dear Printing executed at this office in the high CIGARS AND TOBACCO ii ii 1 30 Sixth 85 3d Kcleetic ueoiraphv instrument The Attorney General has est style of the art and at satisfactory prices The above school hook publications of the American Hook Companv are vell knowii Agents for Old Pugh Old Pepper Old knocked two or three holes into its car- Noteheads envelopes sale bills c Work shall n full on hand for snle to school officers Tarr nnd Old Taylor cass and tho Senate and House are each promptly done and nothing but thu best standardsorand we at theat all times have Other supply books school teachers pupils prices named published bv the Americnn using it for a plaything with which to material used Send for estimates Hook Company 137 Walnut Street Cincinnati supplied at correspondingly low prices DINGFELDEH while away tho time j i hai x tu nazei ureen Ky WITH Hazel Green Heiuld BREATHITT COUNTY 1 Citizens NiitioiinlBoiik WINCHESTER KENTUCKY Â¬ PAID UP CAPITAL Friday I MM II A 17500000 WASH MILLER Â¬ WILLIS 1 Â¬ H HAMPTON 4 Mt Â¬ Â¬ J P0YNTEB Â¬ GHEAFCR Â¬ SGI00I I BOOK R m m mmmmimm Â¬ Â¬ - - The news comes from Washington that ex Governor Taylor of Teunevsec who was Assistant Secretary of Statu under Secretary Hayard during the Cleveland administration will probably be made Inter State Commerce Commissioner He is being strongly urged for tho place and stands a good show to pet it as such men as Senator Harris and Judge Howell E Jackson ate working for him Hob could fiddle and keep up a good feel i in while the other Commissioners fixed the rates iM FARM FOR SALE I will sell niv place consisting of 10 acies of land near llazel Green On the place is dwelling stable crib smokehouse orchard Ac also a JJ inch vein of coal Land is all cleared but 2 acres For further information call on or address JACK SPIUEIl Hazel Green Ky V Seeing is Believing And a good lamp must be simple when it is not simple it is not good bimpc Beautiful Good these words mean much but to see The Rochester will impress the truth more forcibly All metal tough and seamless and made in three nieces onlv it is absolutely saeam unbreakable Like Aladdins of old it is indeed a wonderful lamp for its mar- Â¬ velous light is purer and brighter than gas licht softer than electric light and more cheerful than either took forthiitamp Tiir Kociikatkr If the lnmpilcnler hasnt the gmnine KochcNter nnd the style you J M ROBINSON Importers nnd Jobbers of CO DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS A H STAMPER ATTORNEY AT LAW CAMPTON KY Â¬ logical survey which has done moro for the development of this part of tho State than all things elso combined Without us vaiuauio woru ami tno information nthered and disseminated we should have had no cities like Middlesborough Pineville Harbourvillo etc to point to witn pride Perpetuate the survey gen Â¬ tlemen and see that an adequate appropriation is made to further the good work Keep in mind the fact that Eastcn Ken tucky never gets nothin no how and do not allow tho survey to be abolished Â¬ Eastern Kentucky members of the OiTers his professional services to the citiLegislature should and doubtless will zens of Wolfe and adjoining counties Will vote solidly against abolishing the geo- make collections and remittances promptly Â¬ ijF Nos 537 539 and 541 -- West Main Street LOUISVILLE KY T G Denton J It Sharp SHARP Bruce Trimble w o -- 00 D DAY f A T WOOD 1 II F DAY Lnml we will scuil I want send to ui for our new illustrntccl catalogue ou n lamp safely bv express your choice of over 2000 varieties ftom the fMignt Uimb State in Ihe liotld TRIMBLE DENTON Office over Kxehaunc Hank Mnysville St Mt Sterling Ky Practice in Montgomery Powell Menifee Wolfe Hreathitt Rowan Magoffin and Mor gan counties anil Superior Court nnd Court ATTORNEYS AT LAW ltOCHKSTim LARIP CO 42 Park FUce New York Clly MT STERLING KY 15 ltTt Â¬ The Rochester of Appenls Wii REAR HIGSTAFF BlIHtllilH A jayJyeJeeW Mm 1 Have nov a complete lino of Clothing Huts Boots Shoes and Gents Furnishing Goods Â¬ ATTORNEYS AT LAW wzmmzhMtM Â¬ under any circumstances a candidate for President before the Chi peals and Federal Courts I 3 i I lltt a H II cago Democratic Convention is no longor Itlsthohostpropnratlon I bnvo ever usod or heard S A TAULBEE a matter of doubt and that ho will re J of 1 heartily recommend it to ull Horsemen 2 ceive tho support of tho South and West s rv i We have hundred cf such tettimonlal ii e5o3 in uiu vuiiYciiimi is t tjuuiiv cerium With John G Carlislo as the Democratic A Price 8150 per bottle Ask jrourdnundolforlt Iftio Hazel Green Wolfo County ilotti not kevpll send us st uiu wi or nil vt r for t rial box nominee and James G Hlainoas the Re Â¬ TRADtMAHK W CO Wliltclmll N Y publican nominee tho largest vote ever KENTUCKY jailled for President would bo recorded R J P LOCKHART They are tho acknowledged intellectual giants of tho two great parties and pitted against each other they would come nearer commanding every voto in tho United States than anytwi men that KY CATLETTSBURC By all means they ciuld be named EZEL KY Tho Ltirgost Drug Houso in tho Ohio Valley should bo tho standard bearers of their Manufacturers of 228 REMEDIES that are Sold by tho Dozen respective parties and wo hope they may HOUSE 16000 Square Foot of Floor Room 28 Hands Employed bo Rah for Carlislo IIazkl Orkkn Ky Hole proprietors of the renew neii TSJ Mns LOU PAY Proprietress jPir Sole proprietors of the fmmnitt The speck of war between this country This house has been recently refitted ami N ERVE Kl NCI HINDOO KIDNEY CORDIAL and Chili is growing larger day by day returniiihed and the table i at nil ti men sup- jThe only remedy that N wold on nn nhso J For the permanent cure of lains in thp The Gnu rior Journal of Monday says plied with the lifst in the market Hates lute Ktiarantre to cure all rains and Hack nnd all disorders of the Kiduevs AelicH Cramp nnd Colic IHurrmen Dys Tho Chilian Government will probably reasonable Sample room attached and spe and Irimiry Oruniis TIioumiiiiIh of eer rntrnnngc ts out rates to commercial men entery ete Used internally and exter 3 tifienteH of those who have lined thist reply today to tho ultimatum of tho respeetfully solicited nHly imllv The best Liniment in the world remedy will he dent on application United States If it bo not complied PKICK as CKSTS IMtICK 100 with Minister Egun is instructed to sever II MAUPIN diplomatio relations with the Chilian WITH hSrVtm Saik iiy Dituti Storks ani CovsthV Stohks Evkuywhkrx- Government A Santiago cahlo says ex Â¬ D citement is increasing and tho Uritish Minister to Chili has received instruc WHOLESALE DKY iOOl tions from his Government to oiler his NOTIONS HOOTS SHOES Ac services as a mediator President Har Â¬ e feUly rAThKTTRIirKti KY rison held a conference with Secretary Tracy Commodoro Folger and Commo SEITZ dore Itamfcey yesterday afternoon Tho WORWfH INSTRUCTION IN I00K KEEPINI SHORT HAND TVPE WRITINB PENMANSHIP WITH iemer San llonito hai been chartered TEIEIRAPHY ETC ETC AT THE IRYANT A STRATTON RUSINESS CQLIEBE SOUTH WEST ntSR Fmnclioo by tho United States KY CATAIOIUE FREE MNElt THIR1 AMD JEFFERSON STREETSaiUISVILLE WIIOlKSAI K inK loHei wit oal nnd thu M1 5 W WWf hln hi fmU t be on her wav to ami imiomptly kxi Chilian war vekcl THD I 1 1Mb riAlIM CUTEDATTIIISOEEICE Send your order ASHLAND KY Â¬ That Senator John MT ST KR LI NO KY Practice in the courts of Montgomery nnd G Carlisle will be adjoining counties and in the Court of Ap We solicit an inspection of our goods and guarantee priMr J I Cask Ilickorr 3rovo Farm home of JuyKyc 8ee Kucltie Wls8uys After trying 5 ces satisfactory and articles as every known remedy removed a largo Hunch of two years stumllng from a 3 year old Ally S recommended with thrco appllcatlona of TR Physician and Surgeon ill QUINNS OINTMENT 2FARMS FOR SALE A farm eontnininj M AGUES G mlles from Mt Sterling all in grass except 8 acres good soil good improvements nnd in good neighborhood with an excellent or chard and convenient to good school churches and pimtotlice It is a nice home and must be seen to be appreciated I will give n better bnrgaiu than eai be found in the State if application is made before I rent it ALSO A farm of AIHHT 103 ACHES near Ezrl on Hlackwnter Morgnn county known the Miles Kash fami about 100 acres clear ed and in cultivation and the balance in timber This farm is susceptible of division I will divide it to milt purchasers nnd take a lew good horses In part payment and gite liberal terms on the balance Â¬ IIY D DENTIST WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING DRUGGISTS Â¬ DAY 44teoc444ttexoe M8tf 1 TMMflLK Â¬ H H CARPENTER ooooeeo Trimble Bros WHOLESALE I Â¬ Â¬ WJ Henderson Tlios aftaai WJ mmwsmm JUD Son f WMmmua itawm DDTMTTMn nkatly cheaply Jf fttt ftftARiraiff i w es V 5J es5 MT STEULIN KY iroiuige ot Mountain fully solicited onigiiments of liroiluec ami the -- Icrcluints rekpeet- - JH1 The jiHtlv celehruted iOQVIfi oV SJ1 S 1 Xi w 1 Yrryinn steel pens are sold at this office at Kl cent a dozen and tho knt pencil in town at 5c apiece a ftf ii H 1 ft Hopkimville A vouutr Circuit Court adjourned Saturday mori banks for forcer worked the i each and escaped iui lifter ii two necks scslon of busy work ruling Johnson county like Greenup will ask the While the docket wn not filled up with n category of erinifv of jjrent magnitude yet Legislature to repeal its special road law an cMiiiiitiiition of our criminal docket will mAIKK8 IN While resisting arrest Robert Mansfield reveal the fact hat our county Is not free was fatally shot by the City Marshal of Stur RATI VBKTISIN from laulcsiicss There were only three gls Ky TKNMIKNT convictions in fclonv eases lee Hmwnfor fill levy lilvirtloilllOllti inserted The rin wckiig three vcars in the peniten j cu Kckstelnc OXorton Colored University I I it nu 1IIII ntliN will lf 7i cents iiii inch fur tl III i tilry i Faulkner forgery two vears liiltntil itli vtli M tnut iiiiiI 2 cents an inch tor cut Kill riiiiit I it Millie lor Iiol stcnlinc out and veiir eniicnl insertion Sheriff Hanks left here Saturday afternoon The Governor sent to the Senate the nom TKAS8IKST AlfVKKTISINU MfST to convey lirowii und Faulkner to Frank ination of Nicholas McDowell of Boyle to UK PAtt IN AUVANCK fort There was u large number of convic be Commissioner of Agriculture STASIUNO AnVKKTISKMCNTfi tions in uiiMlepieuuor cased and as hut few The Boone Paper Company of Louisville 7 0 i t inch i 1J mouths lines were paid or replevied our jail was has gone into liquidation and will close up now is 12 rA goods whilo 3 Indict filled til most to its utmost capacity by those its business within the next week 15 i inches Our grand found guilty of misdemeanors ik r jury returned about the usual number of In Brown has appointed Nicholas Gov 4 inches no jliilmiiite flllirfcltr flrtlt has linUpira Unfit cl V McDowell of Danville to supercede Inches v v v v Illiuivilli fliiifllK inches where the ehiinri was a fclonv They are Y Wilson as Commissioner of Agriculture Liberal rates on larger advertisements i foows Wm Tuvlor forgery Elliott The contest over the office of postmaster goods to is reason msdc known on application Tolson hog stealing Hubert Athey bur at Paducab has been settled by the confirm among Local notices to be interspersed Wm Lee Smith nnd Martha F Ros atiou of the appointment of Capt Kd Farley reading matter 10 cent u line with a dis l j urtcny wn Lee Smith obtaining There has not been a murder in Johnson is you see count of 23 per cent where they run u month umleJ flllsc prttcnsc and Frank 0 for forty years and there is not a merely for profit for ii r more ration inunler All ol inc panics nave county Obituaries tributes of icspect etc le a been arrested and nil are in jail except Iat drop of liquor of any kind sold in the is to way to line Count six words to the line and send ton and Timor who nave executed uonu county We will write Iatton was admitted to bail in the sum of nionoy with the manuscript William Puckett sentenced to be hanged way is to sell ubituitries and publish nt 5 cents a line 1500 Judge Lilly presided with his usual in Estill county February f Is said to bo to to do for Cash we Marriage and death notices not exceeding dignity and nil those who attend his courts dying and the Governor will be usked is lines solicited and published KKKK fact thatheisby grant a respite of thirty days ten cannot fail to recognize the duce FOR RKOttAlt AnVKRTISINO no means in sympathy with crime and ex Daviess county has a 10000 surplus in the ON 1IRMANI He treasury leftover from the tax collected to PAYAniRtiUARTRRLY mercy to the criminal tends but little Wo liavo extended the Credit System until vfo nro compcucu to cioho our SlEWFR COOPER Atldress tries to drive home to them the truthfulness pay its railroad debt The debt is all paid bookti nnd vc respectfully nsk those who owo us to come in and pay part Hazel Green Ky of the scriptural adage that the way of and the city of Owensboro wants ii division or all of your nolo or account Trusting you will nccu On account or the transgressor is hard CO H F T1EIIA1T Very respectfully c A clay has been found at WorralF MounMeGuire of West Liberty was ill health our able and efficient Common- tain on the Owensboro and Falls of Hough W W wealths Attorney J P Marrs was not in here taking depositions Tuesday a fine vitrified brick attendance at this term of Court and Judge railroad that makes formed to start a brick Com A company has been Lilly appointed Thomas C Johnson a Crock Coldiron and his brother-in-laHe per plant monwealths Attorney pro tern Arberry Brooks have gone to Texas HnnklnsvilleKentuckian The polls for formed the duties of the place in a manner eminently satisfactory both to himself and I8U2 in Christian county are 7000 a de Old Uncle Johnny Miller diedatais home This decrease is completion of crease of 170 from 1891 He had his many friends on Laccv Creek Sunday morning If so vou can get mmcthing better than dollnrn from ur The G T Center is now on atrip to Milwauowing to the large number of colored people wholesale trado heretofore been sick for some time It to Jackmtn haa cut ur off from a large kee Wisconsin where he wont to close a who have left the county for Kuusas Okla the K U had bv us in several countien east and left on our hands an immense stock of some parties about a large log and homa and other places deal with innil nnd In order to do o wo aro determined i Capt Jack Ringo of Mcnefce county lumber contract wiii If Mr Center succeeds in The Lexington Gazette is one of the few came up Tuesday night to attend the funeral making this deal the logging business will - whhh onnose an appro make price do the work pricen which will make our patrons happy and make to urU n tl Stilt-Kentucky display nt the competition howl We ofler to Country Merchants extra InducemwtVS and guar Â¬ of his little niece Rertlin on Wednesday lie rpvivnil nirnin on Ked river and its tribu and more priation for a The Gazette thinks it would taries but perhaps in a stricter they ever got before Wo are overstocked and Jimmic Day of this place left Tuesday business way than ever before It is the Worlds Fair throw away money for what it antee to them lower prices than will duplicate any bill with freights added eUJier be folly to Remember we unload enter for Frankfort where he wll take a position sincere wish of all who know Mr Wo nro noJT ro the Republi must whnlcfMlo or retail east or west north or south up hill or down Success to that he may renew his business in all of its thinks would chiefly benefit in the Cupital printing office Chicago can city of for uahii nt bottom bargains as will fill overy depart- Â¬ eeiving such lines bought yoUj Jiuiuiie former splendor and that it may be mint The new Constitution was punctured ment New fresh seasonable choice and cheap We can astonish you with tended by anything unpleasant or unproUtonce more when the Attorney General de Gardner Jones is now occupying the old Doorkeep Trimble nrnncrtv recently vacated by John W F Elkins Isaac Elkins David Hogg cided that the Sergeant nt Arins ol Wilson and the fatter has moved to the M ar- - and O C Williams arc slowly but surely er Cloak room keeper and messengers the to go to seek the Senate and House are not officers ot cum property on College street making their arrangements the General their fortunes in the Lone Star State about State but tduiplv employes of has been confined to his the last of February They have h11 pur Assembly The question euuie up over free covered with goods at half prices Rev J T Pieratt As tho prices we name merely give ur a chance will bo sold for house since Friday with la grippe and rheu- chased farms in Texas If their reports of railroad pusses to get our money out of the goods we cannot afford credit Goods exchauge matism but under the treatment of Dr J A the country be true nnd we have no reason The Revisory Commissions suggestions in country produce live stock and school claims taken In Taulbee is now able to be ubont to discredit their statements they are mak- relation to the new revenue law will en cash only or Wo have opened a new department under tho charge of Miss Laura lUwlfnpM ing a happv exchange It is true that they counter the solid opposition of the Shentls with fine Millinery Notions Ladies on John Linden of Gilmore Creek 121W Tues will labor under some disadvantages but in of the State wherever the interests of those nnd Miss Lulu Dnv which Is fully stocked Oil Cloths School Hooks and Sup Â¬ ucres most respects that country far surpasses this officials are involved It bus been estimated Furnishing Goods Wall Paper Carpets and day sold to Win Prater a tract of that the adoption of the proposed system plies Pictures and Frames etc etc Mis llawlings is a thoroughly competent of timber lands lying on the waters ot John portion of Kentucky ou can for the sum of 1000 Died on yesterday Sunday a little boy u ill hv the State 200000 in commissions Milliner and Dress Maker and we offer you a City Stock to select fiom Non in Morgan county i nc that had been adopted by waiter wean and for collecting taxes alone Millinery and Dresses hero as anywhere and at tho very get at lino and stylish old Uuzel Green Academy has had some 25or child was onlv about four months The Frankfort Capital commenting on Yours etc past few was given birth to by a strange woman who some observations in the Owensboro In- lowest prices 10 additions in its ocholarship the in at Deanes house and Different sections of the State are chanced to drop days quirer on the ellect of ofiicial life ut Irunk did not know represented und the cry is still they whose name Deuneshortly after the Ihewo fort on young men concluded thit the bite birth of man left Deanes come political tarantula was a dangerous the child leaving the child in his eare and of the and that u young man hud bitter Dean then poison since Dr Wiley Steele of Cumpton was called bus not been heard of been earing for it keep out of it if he has even half u chance and has in consultation with Dr J A Taulbee of adopted the child Its ailment was grip in some indupendeut occupation this place who is attending Mrs M V since Bthat time one of tho members of he Judge Sims has secured the pardon of Gilley Mrs Potts is J Potts of South Hazel Green II O SWANGO JOHN M ROSE grand jury was taken suddenly ill In the Win Urubbs who was sent up from Trigg late n daughter of Dr Steele on lastiSaturday morning county upon the testimony of u negro girl Brand jury room not until physicians had been on a charge of rape He was sentenced for Rev James M Little requests us to an- and it was und he given medical aid that twelve year and had served three Judge summoned nounce that he will preach ut Gillmore on to get away from the grand jury Situs defended him at the trial and always the first ami second Sunday in February he wm able to a house where he could be believed his client innocent Grubbs comes und room and get mi Frozen Creek on the third Sunday DEALERS IN cared for He partially recovered Saturday of a good family und has a wife und several at Hazel Green on the fourth Sunduy sufficiently so that he was able to children evening his home about one and one half miles WA Perkins of Shelby county sold lost Indirectly we have heard that our old get totown Hurley HigstatT will soon m ike a visit from Savage occupied his pulpit again bun- - week in Louisville two hogsheads of friend Hen Hro and lugs the leiifut 20W and the lugs to o HAZEL GUEEN KENTUCKY to Huzel Green and he may conclude several weeks cnuseti leaf 18 George Moore of the same county In advance we extend mm davafteranubseneeof cute with us Hro Savage is a at his crop of 10000 pounds at home ut by his protracted illness Goods of the right hand of fellowship and bid him uood man an able preacher nn earnest and sold Tl a m U11M und Meredith Puckett welcome to our little town und the hospit Iritr iinil with tllC CO OPeriltiOll Ot Medi- Â¬ county raised lor8 pounds Goods Boots Shoes also of the situie ality of her people church his years work at tins place on VA acres of ground and sold at home the sell c could be and wilf bexrowned with success for 40238 cines com James Triplett while under the influence The County Board of Supervisors Satur- goods before seen in If Kentucky should not make any other lower of liquor entered the residence of riiomiis pleted their work of supervising on lm1 linnlr til till display at the Worlds Fair It should Me iik Stapleton ut Leon Carter county and shot day last nnni mrm u or money as Inst Legislature and killed Mrs aiupieion with a shotgunof Clerk who will proceed t once to hii explanatory exhibit the The motnu Ac whose immovable determination to make a ulone Mrs Stapleton was copy same for the Auditor of Public galleries by reducing taxes in Hoard the killiug is unknown counts nnd also for the Sheriff The robing play to the unanswerable reasons to the conthe face of the way of made but few changes in trary would be responsible for the State s Prof II L Oiunes school nt this place listsrl- t Tun u liv of J mice S MTutt absence from that gathering of the uutions elosei on Tuesday ami the patrons He left was said to have been in a very critical con in high praise of him as n teacher Thursday for his home in Ohio and the best dition vesterdav from an overdose of mor It Is said that the Judiciary Committee of wishes of u host of friends made here during nhine We were unable to lenrn the partic- the Legislature fails to find any authority bin short sojourn with us go with him for ulars as to how tho nccldeitt happened by which the Attorney General can begin his future prosperity property of Iamio Klklim will beoccu proceedings against the lotteries of theThe soon pied by his father Jeremiah Kleins as State in accordance with the Goebel resoluv will please find en as he starts to Texas Isaac will move lis tlon to tnai eiicci nw Dkak Editou You closed 5Ue for which you may send me your stock of gonilR with him and engage In the Chairman Simnis thinks it will first be nee there begin proceedings after indict valuable paper for the next six mouths as I mercantile business long rlces and do vou at the essnry to To the People Are y mi tired of iinVlng old ncconnts nnd time AT MUCKS Til AT Married on Snturlav the 23d Inst Garri- - nient In the Circuit Courts think it the best paper for the mountains of with no loss of fillll It IlldCL WllCTC von can buy irnnl In Kentucky ever published Hoping J will residence of the brides father CH A big sale of tine whiskey has been made iimV ivixiPKTlTION mid where you will noi ue cunrgeti whii inn io imii uiutnin Lee Melheison of Stillwater to lhey nrwiu vatfin If in call on me and t u lll iin ivitv i IPirt in inv nnwer to make our tonfer a favor by sending it in the next mail of LouUvllle A Carter Haulsey to Daut i -- i A J AliAMH I remain respectfully Miss Siisa Garrison Rev Svlvestcr w nn uiuok- - itir juur bought tfHOO barrels of J P lllpey whiskey business association both profitable anil piensnm Zachnriah Jan 25 182 a sum or 1801 and 1812 for I the t0 lww n bLrU MhTlosrtSnyUlUre MnWeils and wife of Morgan county said entire crop nbout 100000 The ltlpy oilb W H01IIN80N to aggregate citi were visiting relative and friends Miss Lnurn Unwlings who has been a mash whiskey made whiskey is u line sour the put week Mrs Wells is a sister in Anderson county zen of Hazel Green for u year or so past This is one of the i it t nf tliU tilace l Mentis here In Kontlllbv NEATLY CHEAPLY and PROMPTLY EXE and who litis made legions of cnVn has rented hi TWhiIhv mnrninir for her home in iv- Send your order CUTED AT THIS OFFICE ington Kv having been called to the bed farm lime ck who will side of her brother who is herinusly M It r Heros the little Jeweler of Ezel It is mil uionKnn Miss Laura will be sadly missed In the social as soon as Mr Klklns vacates mill it Phillips both of himself about the lUillroad Commission up many will be the regrets that Turned to n Watch thu time to tell JB1H Mine circle und t t fir pointmeiits for several ho could not content herself toreiiiain whom are representatives He Is on his knees In town lridaj night Two men Woodson und McChord It is tae with us Warm hearts wish her all the joys of Louisville were As tho public sees i Iiivh Iwimi iiL reetl UliOII Ill House allotted to mortals and the hope is express uuests of the CombsCampion and vicinity to ti And a prayer Is nimln sefectlntr the tlilrd the Governor will nit raging In Grin is ed that she may again return to uh For the Jewelry trade few are eseaplug his convenience and he may deeril it is lint nn alarming extent Not that hes busted until he sees what character of rot too long Head the new advertisement of George W Or his trade has rusted begins here on the dttles this legislature h going to reqn re of V Robinson dealer in general merchandise as times arc light MB Coram sslon beforu he rounds out the BnLwB Rut thought it ripht the He Campion Ky which appears in this issue Oth of February Avis tilo Jan 25 1802 VIII To sell goods lower of our paper Mr Robinson is ho well Bt TltMS lKiMce Cared luilHUVT Hugh Gaines the Citv Treasurer of known to a majority of our readers as a Than ever before ASOTIIKH rMiirnru 8am ANnniua CL Co CtU Vtb 18W been He lia not of TK IlKU Frankfort is missing Onen Face Stem wind square dealing and accommodating mer I noticed in last weeks issue Ut bov 13 fMri oM vsa to affeotcd by tt His nc t v to will vJnl fnr1 u IIPO Ttitsdav crooked Vitus DauoetbMbaouukl not go to school for American Watohcs ffiOo chant that any word of praise from us now A nnn explanatory epistle wr it i II hm liNUitcr lust counts nre Jiut - 1HW short and as trcas i Urge WeIglitloksnA0 Two bottto o Tutor Koenlffs Merv vid Hogg for the benefit f i i liiirni fMiieriallv on his own hook has Ileutitlful Walnut Horiuir embarked in business Tonic rMtored Ms bMltfe mad be Is bow at nrnrs nre particularly liable to temptation tdlUNlMolMal- Superior qual Cpep Wirrr locks a bran new house and new stock of goods KpiltlllKV was nit- been treasirer M10MAKr OCONNEI i in the Capitol City He has n uunL np tin ity of Sewing Maohlne Qll a on bottles 10 n uioiicv those who patronise liim will BsuA Canr xirVllllams didnt exnctiy siaic tnr Hboll u yeuranu was man A T 1 CARIt tents Respectfully He U young t was lulirlin fnon his ko Read his ad carefully and give him a rail Kkn Nzwhlrxst UA March 8 13L l an is a son of W I vol ng and rviiiiid he has g veil out the Myduabtr kadspllepiy ae saver tkat b K - you I 8llo Texas llertha vthe 10 year old daughter of Mri lva liUh would bave 6 or 7 fit every VI hours Iiatoe I V W Gaines are on Tuesday- even- - u i nd John w itlmm died thmi words UUteljr aftwr usln Pastor Koealfs Nerve Toalo M la WH II w law contract nf rvi r Slit was an exceeseFnlknHho the spaama deareaeed fat nnnber asd In leas Jach 11 railroad ties has athe K I MTSTEltLINGKY on In KciuucKysnoiuH than two weeka rea takiag the flrtt doee uj iugly bright little girl and the blow U a almKCnlin cttlng out T0 n vxiiliiifiiudftttirtetl to senooi i s the Jackvm mistier tlialv seated Kefere Ua UUa toediewe uer vere one to her mother whose heart was I lOIIIK rnuilin III lUIUIIIo 30000 200000 SUKlLVH luiad was very weak but mwuub4 ana weis OAflTAI ready surcharged with sorrows The family lilts morilllli to Iro Iiowmiui The oft repeated staleiiieni m tmki bllIiltS no good Is not correct The reports of the community In boasts if the have tho sympathy of the amnion T eft their deep afllletion and the loved ones has MKRAHDUfiWa J CK Vice Pres deat that llertha behind should remember com u1r VVI m o W W THOMSON Cashier eaidtal to our one hundred pupils over of gone to a happier home to await ther vc TCe forma y Vmllmr thefamptnu Ntirmalaud lluliess fr not he otherwise oitai net V Were peHftllly vAMt the linslirtnrH r i v h iiH tlon that would There is no death what seems so is trausi Collfiw mcit which Hhortld urucr trMth r and bMl nhh tlon fitur Ue are not u w WHlt h gcuerally throHghont KaelrrN KeHtaeKy A Spring nnl IH This life of mortal breath Give us a Seueral iMinklilg ImtdiUMw M homer pohtedus to the uiauHgtinenlof thestmey i la but a suburb of the life civs Inn pit tt KOINiQ MID OOt k rwy ywr J JJ H if r i k w Wi our vn t undeveloped resurfs to nr Kellv I H eall death i Whose portal wo lan June u uiuuv wkus It iimmI ui -cm vln a tors of lmirur ni oils at this w Her remains were followed to the grave and the alllthe Academy scholars in a body orrownu sight was indeed un Imposing and one i i ii Will ft- - Miiruiin a lurirtT firriiiinHiii llll UtlllT taper in tin- I ItrMllllitl t lilt 11 I -- l v i III Ml mi II III IIUTCIIUIUle llll Lexington -Louisville mill tinein litMcr Mil will Hml H Til K UKST MrlilIM through Jhtrh to secure Mountain Trade Hazel Gheen 1 Herald WOLFE COUNTY STATE SUNSHINE AND SHADOW ii tuiiiptoii Ooiriiity F TIER ATT J T PlEftATT H F PIERATT CO ill anil 1 int GURU MX Buy your MffiOBANDIBBI COUNTRY PRODUCE Â¬ LIVE STOCK r4rl - Â¬ Good People Play Progression they arc cheap and and this our i the time M J T wm Awm Dont that m MaSM more T buy We want -- business We aro not in business and health but for the pleasure nor sell everybody And tho make it profitable the cheaper than anybody And tosell everybody or Country Pro are going that what jgrllltS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Do You Need Money ii k ti Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ JT Carry HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY Â¬ Hose Swaiigo Â¬ lu Â¬ 1 Notions Ladies Dress Dry complete line Hats Patent GcnU Clothing FOR CASH at price and Saddles Harness All Hazel Green than ever refunded guaranteed represented Â¬ lk NEW HOUSE NEW GOODS NEW PRICES Â¬ Â¬ ot Dealer in General Merchandise OAMPTON KENTUCKY i riv iitruK -- Â¬ lr t0rVT C rVi il rerty nniRTTIrVTrr JUD rKIIMIIIMb ltto CL Â¬ lVSnottCurt B yri fetVEToH B Â¬ -- 1 J tu- 1 yyjp Â¬ -- 1 tfiilil 1 I Â¬ iir ae fr xMrU iY l r Vry uMu ffi Traders Deposit Bank 1 Â¬ -- JjarrlH0M ru rsillIgojTevser rr SSTTaau jiais IUVV fYnJaE2S Ule nuM- jSKiaSC wrM Trjrhm sssrsssszr I Vffiri W0M u itu v t Hazel Green Herald SPENCER COOPER FaWUfcw Ilko niieitoe and engage tho man next Aro satisfied llAZBIi GREEN I i t KY THE LADY SORROW Tho Lady Borrow camo to mo Her lljvi wcro wnn licr pneo wits Blow Bho cnrrlcd ruo and rosomnry And nad liar ncconts woro nnd low him in conversation My friend ho began 4our business horo Is evidently the sumo I oamo to try to got some monoy on my farm chat-Â¬ tels and T judge that is the object of all these men 1 guess it is replied the man John had addressed That is my object at asked John any Â¬ thing of this man and his methods of doing business No only from report What does report say of him It dont say anything good my friend nor anything calculated to tickle us poor devils who have to como to him for favors as ho calls them It says ho has no mercy on his customers charges thorn outrageously for a little money loans only for thirty or sixty days and if payments arc not met promptly to tho day your property goes at any sort of sacrifice to pay tho debt Its a sliamo and an outrage said John Yes replied tho other its worse than that Its legalized robbery Our laws permit this man to como here like a vulture to feed oft our misfortunes There Is nothing to restrain his avarico nor law to hold him in check and his charges are governed by our necessities Ho knows that wo are compelled to bor- Â¬ row and that in our present straits wc arc glad to jump at any kind of terms and muka any sacrifice and ho is not Blow to avail himsolf of that advantage and tho terms he makes us are suth as Shylook made with tho Jew It Is a shame and an outrage indeed my friend but it is useless for us to fight ngalnst it There is no law to protect us and wo have no reason to hope that there cvor will be Laws are made to foster and protect the interests of tho wealthy and our interests aro not taken into consideration Congress is always passing laws to protect this in terest or that and appropriating money to foster and encourage this or that in Â¬ dustry but did you over know of tho farmers interest boiag considered No said John I never did No replied tho other and you never will Wo nre not in a position to bo of use to the politicians and they cannot look to us for llnanclal assist- Â¬ ance therefore wo are not worthy of their consideration Tho manufac- Â¬ turers the railroad companies the ship owners and all other rich corporations must have millions of dollars in subsi- Â¬ dies to enable them to amass their mil- Â¬ lions more surely nnd more rapidly Hut did congress over dream of making an appropriation to aid the poor westi crn farmers in their struggles against every imaginable obstacle No indeed They aro left to fight it out alone and unprotected They are left to the mercy of drouths pests and grasping money Â¬ lenders And yet the farmers arc tho salt of the earth Without arrogating anything to ourselves wo can claim that we are as necessary to tho world as the best of tho giant corporations We produce the food of tho world wo improve and beautify tho hind wo add to the countrys wealth nnd yet wo are not fostored or protected If wo fail to produce food to feed our wives and chil- Â¬ dren thoy must suffer tho pangs of hun- Â¬ ger If wo aro without money nnd com Â¬ pelled to borrow It wo aro placed at tho tender mercies of such men as this Mills No congress npr our state legÂ¬ islature have any money to appropri Â¬ ate for tho fostering of our interests nor timo to devote to tho makiny of laws to protect us from money sharks Thats too true said Green too true indeed Yet wo have no power to remedy it No not so long as money rules the land not so long as men can buy their way into oflice Yet an ofTort ought to bo made to effect a change for as it is we aro drifting into a state of serf- Â¬ dom and in a fow short years these western farms will belong to land corporations and wo will bo tho Ninety per cent of tho tenants farms in this section aro mortgaged and ninety per cent of those mortgages tin least Do yon know Tlio wind roso in n gust of sighs The clouds brotco in n storm of tenrs And she too woit for In her oyes Wcro met tlio woes of many years 1 roso to meet hor nnd I know In that dark hour hIio brouitht my doom MI know thco by thy unthorcd rue I ask not whoroforo thou art como Slio took my bnnd hor palm wns chill Bho lod mo on tn rough thorns und mlro By Hwnmpy fon nnd windy hill Oer fields of snow and lakos of flro At Inst oho brought mo to a wood Tho boughs grow thick no light camo through fiho stayed nnd kissed mo as I stood She passed boforo I saw or know And with By firm wldo that chrism upon my brow Forward I wont tho dark grow light With snowdrops sown and aconito and feol ourselves fortu- Â¬ nate if by mortgaging everything wo possess except our souls wo are ablo to raiso enough money to keep breath in our bodies for a few weeks or a fow months longer At this point in the conversation the door connecting tho two rooms opened and an old man with white hair and bent form oamo tottering out His frail withered form shook and the tears wcro running down his wrinkled cheeks He stopped on the threshold and made as though ho would reenter tho private oflice but Mills had beckoned the next victim in and closed and bolted the door For a moment tho old man stood hesitatingly then in a weak faltering voice he cried The last hopo is gone and tho worst has como to tho worst There is Oh nothing left to me but starvation my Ood my God why hast Thou for- Â¬ saken us As tho old man ceased speaking ho tottered to a seat and dropping into It allowed his chin to fall upon his breast and in this listless attitude re Â¬ mained 11 long time while groat tear- Â¬ drops foil from his eyes and damped I paths I Journoyod now And out Into tho busy world I pressed with oagor heart nnd fcot From cottago roofs tho thin smoko curled Tho cock crow loud tho llowors bloomed sweet And every workor that I mot Smiled bock In answering sympathy Hor Kljjn Is on thy forohcad Bet Who comes to nil has boon with theo Chambors Journal 0 Harrys TkojvTJmrm Cov3t HAnttv BU eAJOVlloqNC SW toPY oPvpi ife ClIAPTKIt XV iiAnsoNH rnxtND friend proved to lie ono of HIS SUIFcniNGS AHE ALL PASSKD those benevolent gentlemen found in almost every western town who mako it their business to accommodate people with short time loans on chattel security His ofllce was in n doublo up Â¬ stairs room and when John Green en Â¬ tered ho found a dozen or more men flitting in a row along one side of the first room which was evidently a waiting-room and Harry motioned him to 2iilc a sent tit tho lower end of the vow Hresentfly n dopr connecting tho two rooms opened and a couplo of men came out One of tho men was plainly whilo tho other John tho friend know to bo a farmer and ho rightly judged that he had been getting an Thu fanner depart accommodation d and iho frioiuj signed the man at thoboad of tho row to come to the next The friend V name was Mills and it was by no means an inappropriate name either for ho was a grinder and resembled tho mills of tho gods insomuch that he ground the grist that camo to him exceedingly line Tlio reader however will learn more of this by and by It is our business at present to follow John Green Doing business with Krastus Mills the money lender was liko doing busi Â¬ ness with tho llouring mills each cus Â¬ tomer bad to await his turn so John from his position at tho foot of tho row n position which ho did not hold long ors rapidly Hied in had plonty of tho proceedings time to watch and tho workings of observe Ttho place Looking along up tho ilino of waiting men John thought ho Iliad never seen u sadder lot of faces in sail his life than these men presented Somehow they impressed him withthc thought that they were victims awaiting u to oblo doom and he was unable uftcr tlio lapse of a few minutes to dls nssocluto thorn in his thoughts from a string of condemned culprits who woro awaiting thuir turns to bo led out and guillotined 03 Mills tho executioner John saw that tho men wcro chiefly farmers like himself and ho knew that 1iko him they hud como there as tho last resort to raiso money to buy bread for their families and oven in his own deep distress ho pitied them Thoy were a sight well calculated to touch tho heart and claim tho sympathy of any human being Thoir sun bronzed features swarthy and deep told only too plainly tho lined Ktory whilo of their sufferings tho restless roving of their eyes and tho uneasy moving of their limbs be Â¬ trayed all too well tho anxiety of their Thoj voro thinking of their minds loved ones nt homo of tho wives and children clothed In rags and ptnohed with hunger and of tho wolf that hovered about their thresholds and tho picture Wan forbidding enough to mako their hearts quaho Thoy real Â¬ ized how dearly they would bo required accommodation to pay for Mills but even this dearly bought favor this longed for and prayed for robbery was by no moans assured thom Mills was particular about his security and oven at tho exorbitant rates of Interest ho charged a man must put up choice battels to scauro ovoi so small an ad vnnca nnd theso men krowlng that trembled with anxious fear lest thoy should be turned away empty handed After the lapse of near an hour dur- Â¬ ing jarfcleh time Urccu had studied the f of bis eompanions and drew pic Â¬ ture l Mils Wh aad that ones oondl Uun wm4MJboldtoreak the tkatV l room howeversinco other anxious borrow I Aim III v -- thr last farms Horn IB GONE will never bo paid but will run on until tho high interest devours tho i i Thoro Is not much hopo of tho people in this section over boing abo to redeem their farms John re Â¬ marked so long as thoy havo crop failures three years out of four No nor there is not much hopo for those farmers who aro moro fortunatoly sittiatcd sinco in tho best and most fa Â¬ vored parts of tho land tho small farmor is barely able to live TJis products fetch him beggarly prices and the littlo ho has to sell only suffices to pay his taxes and kbj store bills Aa for us ytclU we and with my wife loft our old homo and came hero to livo with our son who was a young man and had entered a claim It is useless to recount the hardships and disappointments we underwent for you are all but too well acquainted with them Last fall my son took tho fever and after an illness that lasted through months ho died My wife already feeble with age fol- Â¬ lowed soon after with a long spell of tho malaria and yesterday sho died In tho meantime everything that I could sell to raiso money was sold and everything that I could mortgage was mortgaged and yet gentlemen I have tho sad consciousness of knowing that she died of want Hut sho is dead I never and I thank God for it expected that I should livo to see the day when I woud rejoice at the death of my loved life companion but such is tho case I rejoice over her death be Â¬ cause I know that sho is now beyond the reach of want nnd that tho pangs of hunger can never alVect her again Yes I rejoioed at her death the death of my dearest friend because in that I saw her only hope of relief To day I came hero to try to borrow a fow dol- Â¬ lars with which to bury what remains of her but he pointing to Mills of Â¬ fice refused to let me havo it and now 1 must go to the county and ask to havo my wife buried as a pauper The farm and everything on it is under mortgage and to morrow all the house Â¬ hold things and tho farm tools aro to be sold and I will be alone and penniless In tho world with no money no home and no friends Would to God men I had never lived to see this day and now having seen It I havo nothing to look forward to but death Thin is tho only hopo and the only consolation that is left me Not a man in tho room but whin would have gladly given tho old man aid if it had been possible but tho fact thatnono of them wero much better off made that impossible so all thoy could do was to sympathize and pity and though they attempted to offer words of consolation they felt that it was but a mockery As they remained about him looking upon his bowed form his head drooped lower and lower upon his breast his nervous hands becamo more quiet and composed and at last It appeared that ho had fallen asleep Somo ono so re Â¬ marked and John Green stepped for Â¬ ward and laid his hand on tho wrinkled brow Yes said John n a low tone ho is asleep and his sufferings aro all passed Hunger want and cold will never affect hire more and never again will ho feel tho forco of mans Inhumanity to man And It was evon so The poor old mans broken spirit had lied from its worn out emaciated tenement aud bounded up and away to that bright immortal glory tho inhorltanco of tho poor and tho lowly who havo llko tho Muster suffered the pangs and sorrows of this life Ho is dead John wont on and I everjthing his shrunken palsied hands John and some of tho other men crowded about him begging him to tell tho import of his trouble Ah men ho said at last mine is a sorry story You all know what suf Â¬ fering is or you would not be here but I think my lot must bo a little the hardest of any Four years ago I lost I possessed no matter how In calling bin swr God has shorvn nis greatest mercy It Is even so said an elderly gentle- This world has man who stood near for such as he save tho no fitting place gravo and It Is a thousand times better for him to sleep there than to live out a few moro years of wretched existence here No ono doubted the justice of theso remarks and not one of nil tho men in the room felt that it was not a matter of rejoicing rather than sorrow that tho old man was dead While the men were still standing about the silent form the door to tho private olllcc opened and Mills camo out Ho saw at a glance that some Â¬ thing unusual had happened but tho cordon of men shutting out tho sight he approached the group and in rough gruff tones asked Whats the matter here The ring about the old man parted showing to Mills the lifeless form but for an instant no one spoke At last the elderly gentleman who had spoken before and who it transpired was n Christian minister turned his eyes upon Mills and said in slow measured tones Mr Mills God has had mercy on him to whom you showed none Ho has taken the poor old man out of your toils and removed him beyond the reach of your greed and avarice There lies the unconscious form of one of your vic- Â¬ tims You brought him to his death You robbed him of all his possessions broke his home his hope his heart and his life and God has taken the poor old sufferer home I do not know said Mills after a short silence why you should soy such things to me I have not robbed that old man and I am not responsible for his misfortunes You loaned him money on his pos- Â¬ sessions Mr Mills Yes and like the rest of you people ho was glad to get it Yes he was glad to get it because want drove him to such extremities But that did not give you tho right to rob him with exorbitant interest and order tho sale of his property to pay a debt of less than a tenth of its value Mr Mills tho worlds view may bo what it will but with God robbery is robbery whether you do it under tho law or in defiance of it To force a fellow creature under necessity to give up his property to you is not fnr different in principle from forcing him to do so nt the point of arms Tho desire to obtain what is not yours and what you have no right to takij is tho same in both cases and there la no moral dis tinction between them In cither case it is robbery It is taking something for nothing Mills winced a littlo under theso words for hardened imfeeling wretch that he was ho could not help but sec tho truth of the remarks Perhaps if he had been a man with tho least particle of conscientious scruples ho might have shown somo sense of shame As it was however he only made an effort to exculpate himself from tho charge and placo himself in the position of a benefactor by saying I loan jou people money as a business venture Like you and like man Â¬ kind in general I limit my profits by You the necessity of my customers sell your products for tho highest prices you can get and I do tho sanih That is a law of business Further- Â¬ more if you people do not want to accept my terms why do you como to rao You are not and beg mo for favors compelled to como Wo are compelled to come want drives us to it tho minister replied As to it being 11 law of business to govern profits by necessity I have very strong doubts It is not tho law of honest business I am sure There is a wide difference between necessity and demand at least between tho necessi Â¬ ties of such times as thoso and tho de Â¬ mands of ordinary times In tho mar Â¬ kets of the world we sell our products for all they will bring and in that mar Â¬ ket you havo a perfect right to so dis- Â¬ pose of your money Hut wo do not sell our produce at exorbitant prices When we find a fellow creature suf Â¬ fering tho pangs of hunger wo do not compel him to paj us his last cent for a morsel of food Hut that is tho prin cipal upon which you work Mr Mills and I cannot think it far short of robbery Mills flushed with anger but seeing that It tas useless to argue and per haps not being disposed to do so any way let tho matter drop and sending out to havo tho remains of tho old man renioved resumed tho order of business and wont on with his ruthless heartless grinding process eharlty HE MET ROYALTY 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ said duke of Abercorn at Haronscourt county Tyrone One brother of th0 duko of Abercorn is tho first lord of tho ndmirally and two other brothers aro in parliament aud they formed part of the Haronscourt gathering With ono of them the Ihiludolphian was on terms of intimate acquaintance One evening the tourist took tho mail boat from Kingstown for Holyhead en route from Dublin to London On step Â¬ ping from the train which runs along Â¬ side the steamer ho found two lines of soldiers drawn up on tlio quay A fow minutes after his going on board nnd while ho was standing in tho entrance to the saloon the captain camo along ntnong the crowd on deck opening passage Step to one side gentlemen he Stop to one side said The passengers obeyed and 11 tall old man in civilians dress walked with head bowed toward tho saloon Fol lowing him came the duke of Aber corn and his brothers and after them Gen Lord Wolscley commander of the forces in Ireland and stall in uniform Strangely enough the only one who seemed to recognize Queen Victorias venerable cousin was the Phila dclphian and as thu old commiindor-hi-chie- f approached tho young man raised his hat At the same timo lie caught the eye of his friend among the duko of Aberoorns brothers and held out his hand in response to a similar move ment on the part of his aristocratic ac quaintance I lis royal highness had halted one step to return the salute He saw tho outstretched hand an immediately reached out his own and gave the Phil adclphiau a warm handshake much to that young gentlemans surprise I hope you are very well sir said the duke Very well thank your highness and I hopo you may remain for many years in as good health as I now see you was tho response Thank you said tho duko and passed on to the state rooms reserved for him Lord Wolscley and staff and the rest of the party eyed the young man with somo curiosity whilo his regarded him with unconcealed wonder It then became his turn to havo 11 passage opened for him wher ever he walked on the vessel When tho steamer started and ho went into tho dining saloon to got a plebeian slice of ham and a humble but invigorating cup of coffee the stew Â¬ ards tripped over him in their anxiety to servo him All the places at the table were occupied but a waiter went to one man who had just sat down and 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fellow-passengers A ritllnilnlpMAti Unexpectedly Ilccoinrs a Friend of the Duko of Cninbridge A young Philiidclphiun who traveled in Europe recently had a rather unexpected meeting with royalty in tho per Bon of tho duko of Cambridge couain of Queen Victoria Tho duke had a very narrow escape from becoming king of Ktigland a littlo more than half a century ago and is commander-in-chie- f of the Hritish forces Ho made a visit to Ireland and was a guest of tho Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ seat Certainly said the passenger mak ing haste to accommodate tho friend of the duko of Cambridge whoso unpretentious order was filled by two stewards much to his embarrassment When he had finished eating the Ihil adclphinn retired to the smoking room and entered into the conversation His views wero always heard with silent deference and never contradicted Philadelphia Press HE NODDED ONCE TOO OFTEN Â¬ Â¬ Meg pardon sir but would you kind Â¬ ly wait a few minutes and let a friend of tho duko of Cambridge have this Slreot Car Incident with Morul At Â¬ tached He got on the ear at Green street and sat down opposite a stout woman in a A 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I TO IIP CONTINUED arbor vitao wcro uninjured ut tho ex piration of eight y ars Itoth In tn Same Uoat Old Clothes Man Havo you any old clothes you want to got rid of Travers No Havo you CI othicr aud FurnLher Ho What kinds of man do you think When Wood Ilecuy Tests havo been mado to determine tho variations in the length of time that is required to produce decay in different kinds of woods when buried under the surface of tho ground Tho birch and aspen wero both found to de cay in three years tho willow and tho buckoyo in four years the maplo and tho red beech in five years olm and ash in sovon while tho larch juniper and Â¬ that thoy should live to become wan Â¬ mako tho bost hunbands derers on earth or object of public She Bachelors andwldowers--Jur- y thank God that ho is It is better far better that such as ho should dio than fkhln modestly gazed in another direction for awhile and when she turned her head again ho greeted her with anoth er friendly nod She blushed a little then and looked attentively down in her lap at her pocketbook but when sho raised her eyes presently ho Lobbed his head forward again When ho did it tho fourth time tho passengers all commenced to smile and an angry gleam appeared in her bluo eyes Had lie been wise ho would havo let well enough alone but ho wasnt so ho ventured on tho fifth and oven tho sixth sign of recognition Hy that timo tho gleam in her eyes had in Â¬ creased ten fold in intensity and aris ing from tho seat she stood boforo him Tho car jolted and rooked from sldo to sid but tho power of hor anger up hold her aud bho stood firm as a moun tain Sir sho oxclaimed what do you mean by nodding at mo so often I I beg your pardon madam You neednt do any such thing I wanto know why you noddod I couldnt help It Im aillicted with a species of SU Vitus danco A species of fiddlesticks Well Ill euro you Ive read too muoh in the papers of tho goings on of you men und Ill not bo mado a fool of by any of om Now sir Ill stop tho car and I want you to got off and if you dont behave yoursolf then Ill follow you and see about it Ho got off and as ho stood in the street to lot tho car go by ho looked onco moro at her indignant ladyship but ho didnt nod Chicago Tribuno Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ few minutes and then ho nodded long plush cloak Ho looked at her a Sho V rw AGRICULTURAL HINTS SOME TILE DRAININQ LANDS i Few fanners appreciate the value Varieties of thoroutrhk plnces on their farms we should Irof 7 Troop of the experiment see this advance in orimprovement station Lnfnyetto hid writes to the oftcner undertalrcn What Orangc huM Krirrner So inuny ques the time of draining been has up to little if any- Â¬ tions lmve boon risked concerning eer thing more than an idle wasto may by taln species of grass belonging to the judicious tile draining become the Glycerin I will give a brief ac most fertile genus and productive spot in the count of them here There are seven neighborhood Thus Instead of being species found quite commonly in the a constant threat to health and an mi Mississippi valley rind several others sightly waste It is turned by a few Â¬ more or loss common along the sea- tiles and some work into a source o shore They are all widely distributed profit to the owner and will be pointed growing In moist or wet places and to with pride by everyone who know bo may be classed as aquatic or sub of It as an object lesson In what may uquatic As a rule none of them are be done hi a great many other places considered of much vahu for hay in These remarks have been suggested this part of the country in some lo by observations on a meadow which calities nowever il is saui mill part of had been flooded by the tilling up ol an old mill poml Iuar Morgauton but which is being reclaimed for Dr I h Murphy superintendent of the state hospital by Mr W li Walton who has the farming for the hospital in his immediate charge LTp to the time the first drains were laid which was less than a year ago the whole area was either a barren waste or a thicket of coarse weeds and small trees of which no use could be made This season It has produced a heavy growth of corn in the whole area llrst drained except on about one half acre where the wire worms the larnu of the snapplng beetles have injured it and about two HS acres most of which was devoted to melons and pumpkins Thirty tons of watermelons were taken from about one and one half acres and the yellow pumpkins while still on the ground where they grew were a beautiful sight in the early September sun It was but a short time ago when a aquatic ouassks attmsnaki OltASS high authority in agriculture expressed the opinion that the stream them furnish a good supply of green into which the drains must empty food which cattle relish could not be lowered enough to make rattlesnake the drainage of this meadow successiiYUKinv CAVADKXsie ful Straiirhteninir the curves bv cut gijiiss which is illustrated herewith grows in ditches along roadsides and in ting across the loops has helped so marshy places It grows two to three that now the stream has cut its own feet high with numerous leaves the bottom down eighteen inches lower panicle or head long and drooping than it was when the work was under and quite ornamental This is the one taken so commonly found in bouquets at This reclaimed meadow bids fair to fairs and elsewhere dyed all sorts of become the most productive field on Astde from its orna- Â¬ the farm which is contributing in fancy colors mental qualities it is not generally many ways to the support of the state hospital F K Kmery Agriculturist considered very valuable J fowl meadow grass N C Experiment Station Nkkvata grows mostly around the edges of A BROODING COOP ponds and has a loose panicle with tinged with purple Arivuiitncc of it Front Constructed of small spikelets Wire Xuttliu which break oil easily when dry This is finer and more nutritious than ratThis coop is constructed out of light tlesnake grass and is quite valuable to half inch pine Take a hat or shoe mix with other grasses in wet grounds box trim it down with saw and hatch 0 IYriTAXs is a common species et to a proper sie to accommodate the very widely distributed found growing old hen and her brood The top may in shallow water on the margins of be covered with water proof paper or sluggish streams The stem is three light oil cloth tacked over will answer to iivu feet high stout and leafy pani well the purpose The front shade or cle long and narrow with few long shelter can be made of canvas fastened Jnsome and many llowered spikelets part of Europe the seeds are used for k AQUATIC GRASSES Work Tlint Pay ror Itaolf In f 1 Nltlfirlo Yrnr the tOXlMfl of Sovcn Common iMcrItln Found In Wot Nolls muiiirt Â¬ Â¬ of sehool boy life Two Schoolmasters and Miss Adams Doublo Christmas at St Martins is a good story of boarding school life Tho serial stories of Jack llrerctons Thrco Months Service and The Lanco of Karmna a striking Arabian story by Abd ol Ardavan already grow absorbing even in their second installment Tho Amer- Â¬ ican pale faco woman who was adopt- Â¬ ed by tho Seneca Indians Harriet The January Wide Awake Of especial interest will bo found Sal Ho Joy Whites description of tho now Lclnnd Stanford Jr University in Ca- Â¬ liforniathat tender and magnificent memorial by Senator and Mrs Lcland Stanford Mrs Whlto calls tho articlo The Hoy who built n College nud al- Â¬ though tho great school is built 04 a memorial It was still so clearly tho fruit of the dead boys desires that tho title Is no misnomer Molly Elliot Sea well has a delightful characteristic talo Â¬ Â¬ I I j tho text for tho preacher Tho clergy- Â¬ man had to preach on And from that hour that disciple took her to his own home Tho widow censed to bo a par-ish charge Teacher of physiology Now wo will dissect this odd little animal But first Jimmy Phnllg will you tell mo what wo havo here Jimmy Faith uud its called a bat Blr Teacher Very well Now how many kinds of bats aro there Jimmy There aro folvc the black bat the red bat tho acrobat the baseball bat and tho brick bat sir 100 S100 rtotvnrc Tho rendors of this papor will bo pleased toleuru that thorols at least ouo dreaded dlpcuso that nclonco Iiuh boon nblo totiuo iu all Us stages aud thut is Cutnrrh Hulls Catarrh Curo Is tho only poMtlvo euro known to tho medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional dlBcaso requires a noustltiitloruil treatment Hulls Catarrh When Archbishop Mageo wrwdcan of Cork a clergyman who had permit ted his mother to bucomo a charge up Â¬ on tho poor fund applied for tho use of the pulpit to plead tho causo of tho Irish society of which he was secretary Dean Mageo granted tho uso of the pulpit on condition that ho should ohooso Â¬ KUSiSi3 5M BEAUTYorPOLISMr fcl m M DUBADIIJTyCHEAPNESSUNEQllALLED Mo ODonVHEN heated saving Labor cleanliness E LECTROTYPiNG AND 5 ft 1 OTEREOTYPING OF THE HIGHEST GRIDE MOMPTLY EXECUTED BY has another interesting sketch of Seneca llfo in Tho Straw- Â¬ berry Feast at tho Long House Zltella Cocke tells a charming story of the cel- Â¬ ebrated Mexican general Santa Anna and his jealous pet bird and Otis T Mason has something to say of Profes- Â¬ sor Marshs giant lizards sixty feet long The poems in tho number ureby Celia Thaxter and Clnra Doty Bates Other verses and sketches 1111 out a most interesting number of Winis Awake which is as usual well illus- Â¬ trated and so carefully made up as to prepare a tempting feast Indeed for the myriad young people who eagerly await and as eagerly welcome it Wide Awaick is published at 120 cents per number S240 per year All book- Â¬ sellers keep it D LoTimop Co Pubs Boston Hello Brown youro looking bad Â¬ ly this morning Theres nothing strange in that Ivo just been unconscious for eight hours Groat heav- Â¬ I ens man what was the matter was asltep Frank Leslie Weekly Â¬ A N I Kellogg Newspaper Go I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i t culinary purposes It is generally con- Â¬ sidered of little value for hay but ac cording to Mr Sinclair of Kngland in his Ilortus Gramineous Woburncn sis it is more nutritious than some others which are considered good He says The produce per acre was 11 ilti pounds whicli when dry amounted to lOSU pounds and an analysis yield about a wire and screwed on each side ed of nutriment matter ul pounds of the coop The front as you will Cows eat this grass greedily and ijive notice is made simply of wire netting through this the young chicks may more milk when fed upon it 11 Reed meadow pass in and out at pleasure The door AuiNiiNATA grass is the largest species of this at side is used to put food in to the old genus It grows tlve to six feet high hen and remove her or any litter that It with a coarse stem and leaves one to may accumulate from time to time to two feet long and half an inch wide is nice to place a little straw inside on Its panicle is a foot or mure in length keep the hen and chicks warm be on top can with purplish spikelets on long damp days The handleor any old sus Owing to its made of a leather strap spreading brandies to carry doubt if much atten pender This makes it easyMoving aquatic habits a in this from one point to another tion has ever been given to it the results brooding coop from place to place is country as i food plant but of Mr Sinclairs experiments in Kng essential to the improvement of the land would seem to indicate that It is brood giving them so to speak fresh of more value than it has heretofore pasturage Ohio Fanner The produce per received credit for THINGS WORTH KNOWING and when dry 1 20VJIJ pounds acre was 750 pounds and yielded IO-tr pounds Inor Saniioiin reaches tne conclu Â¬ He also states sion that the percentage of food con- Â¬ of nutrient matter In the fens of Cambridgeshire and sumed steadldly declines as the animal Lincolnshire immense tracts are covÂ¬ increases in sie and as steadily re ered by this grass which not only af- Â¬ quires a greater amount of food to fords rich pasturage in summer but make a pound of pork and the larger forms tho chief part of the winter fod- Â¬ the animal gets the greater the amount Perhaps these figures are too of food required to mako a pound of der high for thiir country as undoubtedly pork botli the bulk and nutritive elements A FitKXCit agricultural experiment would be greatly Increased when grown station reports that out of 575 plants under the favorable conditions found the goat eats HO and refused IiO the in England but the results of these ex Â¬ sheep out of MS eats HS7 and refuses periments would seem to indicate that 141 the cow out of 401 plants eats 27tf our own list of valuable cultivated and refuses J1S the horse out of 474 grasses might be very materially in plants eats Jo-J and refunes 2V2 whllu creased by a little careful experiment Â¬ the pig out of J l plants wits ing in this direction refuses 171 My method of oiling harness is to Wood mi TroiiKlm take the pieces apart ind give every cold the strap a thorough washing Let them If the weather becomes use of earthenware fountalus will bo hang by the fire until about half dry impracticable The best substitute is and apply ti liberal coat of neats foot a wooden trough which will not be oil mixed with euough lamp black to easily alleeted by frosU The water in color the harness black If the first a trough can be thawed out with but coat dries in readily a second should be little dllllculty and a trough is also implied Cor Country gentleman easily cleuucd Oni advantage that accrues from the use of commercial fertilizers upon potaSomk men will plow and work around toes is that they usually contuin sub The phuric acid and chlorine free or In n tirtiuii n1f il lifetime of it if rt Is i compound and those act more or less cheapest way to dispose too largfl to be haulcil ott is to uig u as fungicides and destroy the germs of pit and topple it over into it We havo rot mildew mold etc The rot in scon many an unsightly bothersome the potato is caused by n parasite and fitone effectually disposed of in this if we Use manures with a little cop way peras we usually havo little vme stable manure from it Uaroyard r Tub best breed is the one you have are thought rather and Increase then to tested and tried and is best adapted to troubles your purpose Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 A rioXAtious ram is fond of n practical FORTIIEMILLIONSOFCONSUMERSOFa u nni of divorco paying tho nllmony toko II tries to make a bull ol every one Louisvillo Courier Lowell Courier Fakmimis sow wheat their wives now Bcccuams Pnis cost only 2 contx a box tares Oncoa Week Thoy aro provorblallv known throughout It given Dr Tutt plcitMiro to an tho world to bo worth a guinea u box iionniu that ho In now putting up a Wunx Is It right to tnleo nnyono In When ft rains Unco a Week When a hnudsomo girl romos out her papa fins to como down handsomely -- Bos A wKRTnnx mail advertisos Tor a self which lflrnxicoHnglyiuimll1xof yot ton Transcript rtttaliiliuriill tho vlrtiui olthohirgtir B supporting wife Onco a Week Thoy nro gimrnnUirtl puroly ono vcgotnhh Itotli nIcm of thcio pills k Goixo for a song a party on tho way to oftTin trip of Ilieuuiouiii may bo warded with Hale hIIouon of HorehoiiiiduudTiir F Hiu Brill Utiuil Tho exnot alio of tho opera BoHton Transcript Tikes Toothache Drops Ctireln ouo minute TUTTN TINY MVKK PILLS Tirn worst of mon can mako homo happy is shown In tho border of this ad That promising young man Is still In b keeping away from It Onco a Week grout demand anion bis creditors BaltiAx orator llkos to ho called breezy but more American Mo Poultry and Pet Stock Club jP rarlolliut never windy Washington Star itlKUl - Man wants tho earth but it is tho houso Write It J MASON KlUUdVII Uli Ml cheap NAWE TIII3 rAftHttttlanjurltfc when two women moot keeper who getH the dust- - HocltoHlor Post A nounii chin CJ Smith Gray Coa Monthly FisiiritMnxs lies often Beoni to thorn to EOTAINY Yonlrcra Gazette havo a reel foundation A group of mechanics wan Boated In tho cnglno Nnviut laugh at a raan with a pug noso room when ono said How was It Tom I You dont know what may turn up was caught up nlapjiod gainst tho ceding and Drukus Magazine whirled down to tho floor I lay thoro llko ono dead and every nuncio was npmlned I woa Tin man who makes n bad break ought cured in onoduy What cured liim not to bo employed on a railroad train N 0 Picayune In what caso Is ft absolutely Impossible with equal facility and ccrtnlnty linB cured In tho cuso of u to bo slow and sure promptly and permanently worso casca Hero watclL Drakes MiigriJno ia ouo after uufTerlng half lifetime SoMi philosopher has discovered that the U Biunncr Bt Cleveland O Augunt 11 1838 patent ollk o Is a model establishment of its In 1W1 sprained my arm rlubblnfrcMcMnuts could not lift my arm nonntnnt kind Baltimore American pain until lNM when fat Jacobs Oil cured inc JACOB ETZENJIlSllOEIt ALLRIGHTTST JACOBS OIL DID IT Tnr corset generally has a tight pull to Biughamton Ho mako both cuds meet yubuvau A Tue ruantloof earth la In Us lands capo Bnoixs at tho foot of the ladder tho riod carrfer A TurnsTT man will grab at a ftraw Galveston News A VALUAiu1 pot plant an earthenware manufactory Tun wifo of a basouull player nocd not lack for a muff upon tho blood aud imicouu surfaces of tho nvstum thereby dosiioylng tho foundation We offer to our Customers and The Trada of tho disease aud giving tho patient by building up tho constitution generally the most satisfactory work possible strength aud assisting nature In doing Its work The proprietors havo bo much faith iu Us cura Â¬ In these branches Our facilities enable us tive powers that thoy offer Ono Hundred If you deslra Dollars for anv ouso that it fails to euro to turn out work very rapidly Send for list ot testimonials Address F J CUKNHY Co Toledo O to releaso your type on some large job send 37Sohl by Druggists 75c It to us for either stereotyping or electrotyp- Tin bnmb throwcr who triad to kill Rus will be returned to you promptly sell Siiko is said to have been cool whou ho Ing and It 11 0 certainly was col Â¬ entered tho oMco and in good order lected lifter ho left It Yonkors Statesman We make a specialty of Newspaper Head- Â¬ rhe Only Ouo Kvor Irlntrrt Cnn You Find tho Word ings and Guts and have the largest assort- Â¬ Thoro Ib a fl Inch display ndvortlsoment be found anywhere In In this papor this week willed bus 110 two ment In these lines to except ouo word Tho namo is the country from which to select words alike true of ouch now ono wv curing eucb week from Tho Dr Hurler Medicluo Co This houso places a Crescent on everything they make and publish Look for It send A N Kellogg Newspaper them tho name of the word and they will ILU CHICAZO 870 OSARO UN OT B00 return you book beautiful lithographs or sumplcs f ice 894 A 020 WALNUT CTIUET BT LOUIO MO Cure Is taken Internally noting directly Gor B Yoru friend may bo tho soul of hospital Â¬ ity but ho In not upt to forget that it is your treat Galvoston News AN KXTUNUKI BllOWNM loiLlAIUTV BitoNciiiAi Titocucs havo for many years 177 0B 71 I 70 ONTAniO BTniET CLEVELAND OHIO 170 ELM BTftCCT CINCINNATI OHIO 401 WYANDOTTE OTflEGT KAN3AO OITY MO 40 JEFFERSON ST MEMPHIS TBNN 74 TO no EAOr BTH STIICET OT PAUL MINN been the most popular articlo iu uso for re Itovhn Coughs and Throat troubles m GO OB NEWS Tiitts Pills I a V TINT HVER FHL aj a Â¬ 80H ST JACOBS QIE 11 jpPfRG TJurn Wounds SpnilnHjItheumatliim Skin Dfaoanen IXomorrhofdB Chilblainu ISto Takon Internally Will Curo Group Coughs Colds Soro Throat Etc 2 oz boltlo 2 oz bottlo 10 els 15 15 - AN INVALUABLE ASELINEJEL LY FAMILY ItKMEDY TOIl VASELINE SOAP Unsoonlod VASELINE SOAP Porfumod WHITE VASELINE 2 oz bottlo CAMPHORATED VASELINE 2 oz bottlo CARBOLATED VASELINE 2 oz bottlo Sun Burns 10 ols PURE VASELINE POMADE VASELINE VASELINE COLD CREAM VASELINE CAMPHOR ICE Â¬ 10 FOIC HAln rVKUYWHJMCK AT AIIOVK IMIICKM llocnrefnt ton ceyt only tho atnulno nut up and Inbalocl byun If you wlnh to ro nlvo valuo far your muncy Ifuuy ilnalor otrura you an imitation or aubatuuto iloollim it DO NOT J1K OlIK AlKD 25 25 25 25 CHESE3ROUCH MANUFACTURING IXncaugca AlluyH COMPANY ftJTE -- ELYS OttEAMBALM rienniiM the NmrI Ituu umt Jnlluiiniiiitiuii Ileal H1H Ourvmf ikMMinH j www wnu riavitt wm miron Â¬ Â¬ Both tho method and results when Syrup of Figs ia taken it is pleasant and refreshing to tho tasto nud act gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys Liver and JJowrcK cleatificfl the system effectually dispels colda head Â¬ aches and fevers and cures linhitunl Syrup of Figs is tlio constipation only remedy of its kind ever produced pleasing to tho tasto and acceptable to the stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial m to effects prepared only from tho most healthy and agrecablo substances its many oxcellent qualities commend it to all and have mndo it tho most popular remedy known Byrup of Figa is for sale in 60c and 1 bottles by all leading drug Any reliable druggist who gists may not have it on hand will pro euro it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FI0 SYRUP CO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 03725 ENJOYS WtflU Avnlvinlo tht JiottrUt We biuvtfaUi or by mall msm i3fEnf Sm OR MILK GIvch iCeHef ntonuo InrCou In JULY I1UC8 I t U Quickly Abinrbed to Warron tit N Y BOILING WATER Rati wild our fUHioiu BOR E WELLS iNcUtolnr and 01110 vhOHIO WELL DRILL H torct tlnililni rv Tin Well only tttJnvVlntooln LOOMIS Tim uaa NTMAN nr JH aVaB9 HEAVEN AND HELL 1I VINT Mailed COCOA LABELLED EPPSS GRATEFUL OOMFOPITINQ 12 LB TIN8 ONLY AND I hrlhi AHKItlflAN WOO 410 PAQRS PAPER COVSK LOVE AVI WIMIIOM Wjdikm id for 1 4 noKfii h forM ciint rv yAMK ffl UtoTbtHoatbWbanBlailtrbl Mil nmuM nqManriiuriioitiMHjrMiionM and no bad ffeeta Mrlptly conlWantUU tArtH ETI XO Cooper Uulon N tvrHEnuuuu A OlPJJTTVM CURED TO STAY CUHEi g AlA Mi XAXkik PIUmMHmmMJ A44rt ol Inn ASTHMATIC Remedy for Catarrh l the Deal Eaileat to Use and Chuapegt bwTww H H H P t wBm jw4tfc UFHAIHY ktwmut tr 8Aft FflAmCt CM SOUTH AMERICAN COMPOUND AtolllTrarfirnhUHtaUHi LalrlpptTlrf BOHlBt IraalnMt by niBlla vnv NaJUr tainla a4 bu lj P Hrrular taniM Bold by drnmiiitM or wit by nail ton B T lUwlima Www Pa ANK WHKN g atw vokk jrr talllnf aAUHn mrix nu i mrnii u t patum ikM Kt If V aa4 WiU WKITIK0 44tliai ya TM h AVJKTMMai A4iaUMtat Hit i ii U j U I J sf I w IF B Coiininiiplloii Cured An Oltl Htnry Keloid Av DM physician retired fiom prac Ilrcckinriiljro tlio The Row JfobcrL cmliiiiit PrcMbyteritui divine mill father tice having hint placed iu Jus mum ny of Col W 0 1 Jlrcckiiiriclfso the- elo Â¬ it i IwHt India missionary the formula of quent Kentucky Coiigrotwinuti win ml u simple vegetable remedy for the pecdy mittrd to tlio bur and jinictiitil Inw for ami permanent cure id Consumption Astiima nun an pcvcrnl ycrtr before lie entered ujmiii tlio lirouciiitis mturrli ministry Tlio celebrated orator Tom Throat and Lung Allcctions aUo a posi MniHlnill wiih hta cotitrin and used to tell tive and radical cure for Nervous Debil- after Avicli much glee how he and cousin Bob ity and nil Nervous Complaints lireckinridgo ad ho always called him having tested its wonderful curative pow- were onco engaged on the hiiiio side of a ers in thousands of cans has felt it his duty to make it known tif Ills suficriug luwHUit in which Henry Clay then in hi They wore fellows Actuated by this motive and a prime was opposed t them young and uinbitiotiH They concluded desire to relieve 11111111111 suHering I will that the opportunity of their liven had send fiee of charge to all who desire it come and they determined to improve it this recipe in ionium French or Eug-li-- h witli full directions for preparing by crushing Clay in argument and mtr They wanted to and using Sent by mail by addressing piRH him in eloquence convince the people that compared to with stamp niMiiing this paper W A them the Millhoy of the SIjihIich wan Novns 820 Powers Hlock Rochester lyl not in it Hence they prepared them N V Helves carefully for the ordeal like one Wintry in lie South who is to light for his life They elabo The weather throughout Mississippi rated their iinniinent fortifvinirit with Louisiana ami teniicssee lor apt and cogent quotations from book ha been cold says a sjKcial several davs dispatch of and they burnished their eloquence until Iu north liouisiaua all the and glistened with gems of tho HHli it glittered wit and aitiro and weighted it with logic smaller streams and lakes have lief n fro zen and slcumooats all along the Missisand learning sippi in the States named have great dif- Â¬ Tlio great day arrived at last The ease was called and in due time Hreckin ficulty in bundling freight because of ridge and Marshall spoke They daz sleet and ice ACountry roads are almost heavy fruit crop is prezled the big audience which had gath- impassable dicted iu consequence of retarded devel ered to witness this battle of intellectual giants for there is nothing u true Ken opment of buds and agriculturists gen- Â¬ tuckian enjoys more than a contest be Â¬ erally regard the long freeze as favorable tween rival orators Men shook their to future crops heads and whispered to their neighbors From lintel Dellomi that they couldnt see how Harry Clay Mr C W Heed proprietor of the hotel could beat Hob Breckinridge and Tom Marshall At this point in the story Dellone Omaha one of the finest new Marshall would alwavs pause thus ren and modern hotels in the west savs of We dering the climax more effective and Chamberlains Cough Remedy have used it in our family for years with then facing his audience would exclaim the most satisfactory results especially in bis most impressive manner Hut at last it came Clays turn With for our children for colds and croup It one stroke of his mighty paw tlio old lion can be depended upon besides it is pleas swept away our argument like cliull and ant to take and seems to be tree from the Hood of eloquence which fell from chloroform and the oily substances put 25 and 50 his lips completely drowned ours That into many cough mixtures bottles for sale by Rose cent and speech of Clays drove Hob to the pulpit Washington Post Swango and me to the bottle Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FOR SCROFULA j iga scrofulous humor in tho blood ulcers catarrh and consumption uso Hlg THE j MTX EKKKCT NOV TIIK- - If is l H JEWELER oilers the most complete line of goods for Our goods arc liist chivs and our t4444lmt OLD KENTUCKY A I ROUTE i Newport News Mississippi Vnlley D Co f 4 Ayers Sarsapariiia The most I WASIIIXirnW vV HALTIMOHIC economical safe speedy and effective of all blood purifiers OLD POINT And till KastiMii Cities PlTlLAKtCLlIllA NKW YOHK THE SKA SIIUUE I j 1 Sff PRICES No Hi I Has Cured Others will T LOlIS KANSAS city CHATTANOOOA MKMPlllS Vn Visitors to the city will receive our And nil Points West and Northwest mid hot attention South mill Southwest K LOW LiXINJIOX Tin Direct Line to LOriSVILLK J cure you 1891 Main St npp Court House KY - LKXINCTON i - ist Ml I I norxi Ie Fast Ml Kxpnss Daily Plily Daily ex Sun j 7 LiiiiiteTAeeoiu HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY Normal and Preparatory School 1892 cflnui ffiTiYiTil c e vi i b i in jn tiin i I If you nlttlom Lexinutou VVineliister Iuiiii In in iliuii 0Cipiii11 8 S ml liiiflHjtit i I mil i i tl nigral ijr ii I Sterliuy iin rj S lOniu i0iu IOhiii ii mL 4 wMtMSfwXi Kill i 111 i II 1 1 I i lljk 1 I Hilt lul Aliliiiul 4iial iitllettsluir 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litwm i klfirimiit Iu HMhllnT ilnii hiiii aiilftilt MlfKVe IlMlTKU VrSTIliUlKO Ti mxs run daily in connection with Chesapeake A Ohio ll l V to Neu Vork Fast Mail Tkains run duilv and innke local stops lictueen Lexington and Hunt iiiton 1 ntnklntr nvrr k iir i ruiirlmte tit r J 1 U i it N n This Hank solicits the accounts of mer chants farmers traders and buslnos men generally throughout Kasteru Kentucky and o tiers its customers everv facility and the most liberal terms within the limits of legitimate banking oetl81V deepest for eighteen years Points along tho Ohio anil MUsssippi railroad from Neurdstorvn to Slmwneeiown report the snow from fifteen to twenty two inches doep on a lovol Of twenty three mail Livery Feed and Sale Stable trains duo in Chicago on the morning of tho 10th fourteen did not arrive till af- Â¬ HAZEL GREEN KY The ternoon not one being on tint snow blockade h one of tlio most exten Jlrlnuble and Single sive tho potttoifice ofllcials remember to Higs and Saddle Horses liuvo experienced Tho delayed- trains for hire Parlies convey ed to tiny point on reason wero duo from overy point of tho com puts able terms CuhkU liUwlHff tho Urlppe fcPl will also attend to nil calls fur auc Many persons who Imvo recovered from tioneering and solicit business of this kind 1h grippe jre now troubled with h per c IHtfpCCMUIIV JOHN K PIMIATT Militant mahwU r1tauilu luiu lUttHKly wUT promptly loom this cough SOi The justly celebruted Nivive W luiww emoting H ncrmn- Perrvlan steel tiens iWJ S w wro in a jery wiori time jo anu aro sold Ht this otiice at 10 cents a dozen tu bottle for by JUm fcSwtuigo and tlio beat pencil in town at Oc apiece Â¬ Heuvy Hnow In Illinois Keports from many points iu Illinois show that a hard storm prevailed on the 1Jtb inst throughout tho State In llillsboro tho snow was about two feet deep on n level the storm being the worst for many yearo At Vnndalia the snow reached a depth of fifteen inches tho Tuesday night of last week was the coldest St Paul has experienced since February of last year and with that exception the coldest since the memorable 21st of January when the tliermoni- Deafness is caused by an inflamed condi- fttfir ISkfWMWiif A flinrridiu Iwtlftli SrCOND THIM UIUMV Tllii 1jlt i HI IWII tion of the mucoiH lining of the Etistu est MHVHVU I 4IIVTWVIW11 accord uesday MONDAY NOVEMHER 10 1891 chian Tube When this tube gets in ing point reached register ofnight Weather to the official the ilamed you have a rumbling sound orim Bureau was twenty five degrees below TKACH KUS COrHSK finlraees all the perfect hearing and when it is entirely Reports from outside points show wide hrnnIu required in the oiniiion Sellouts closed deafness is the remit and unless wj ji Â¬ Theory and Practice a specialty Daily ilfl it iau in inn iiiiiitiiiin the iiiHainmatiou can be taken out and ting the approach jvi inaiiii iii iu i intuba- drills tor Tenelicis of warm spell this tube restored to its normal condition HPSINIXS COlItSK embraces the Tea hearing will bo destroyed forever nine Clnunltorlnltinri ICye uiiil NUIn Olntntimt ehcrs Course Hook Keeping lliisines Forms and Transactions innd Commercial cases out of ten aro caused by catarrh A ckutain cure for Sore Eves which is nothing but an inflamed condi- Tetter Salt Rheum ChronicHead Old Scald kNCMSII rOUHSK prepares for Ken tion of the mucous surfaces Chronic Sores FeverSores Eczema Itch tuekv University and Colleges of that class- Wo will give one hundred dollars for ASCI KNT Si MODKKN IANCS IAOKS Sore Nipples and Piles any case of Jeafnecuucd by catarrh Prairie Scratches soothing Hundreds of It is cooling and that wo cannot cure by taking falls cases have been cured Our rates are less than nuv school iu Katcru Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free treatment had failed by it after all other Kentucky Kates of Tuition per Mouth is put up in 25 It CO P J CHENEY and 50 cent boxes For sale by Rose Props Toledo 0 Swango octOyl Sold by druggists 76 cents tT Payalde one half on entering School Kluliteon Ii iren llolow Zoro the otlicrat middle of term Fourteen luclic ot Snow In St Louts The morning of the 19th inst was the Fourteen inches of snow wjih the rec- Â¬ coldest morning in Ivausus City Mo liOAKDINO ord for St Louis on the 19th inst As that the oldest inhabitants remember flTliere will he no more trouble about soon as the snow stopped falling late at The thermometer in the Signal Station too hili board the cost of board and 1mIk night the mercury began to drop and was eighteen degrees below zero while inu will be only j J Hi piit wikk kvkuy We can accommodate hovered about the zero mark All trains other thermometers in less sheltered local- Â¬ TliINO KlMM8Uii from tlio west and east wero badly de ities registered all tho way from twenty sixty bo i tiers iu our new builtliui new layed and tlio Air Lino had to abandon to twenty five degrees below There was furniture and iood fare The teachers live iu its castbound train from Louisville ow Â¬ no wind and the cold was of the quiet the Academy Ilome and have i the immediate Combs is the charge of the hoarders I ing to the drifts intense variety caterer no butter can be found Iloports from many points in Missouri Illinois and Arkansas stato that blinding Nuliruidm Koho IHKi SCIIOLAHSIIIPS snow storms have raged for tho last 24 Mr G D Dennett cashier of tho Sa Any soholurs taki g first and second hon hours and that all business is at a stand vings Hank at Tecumseh writes I ors on the completion of their courses in the still Dispatches from Texas say the have effectually removed two bad bog Acadcmv shall he entitled lo a free scholarrain storm on the 18th turned into a sleet spavins with two applications each of ship each iu Kentucky rniveoity A free scholarship in the Academy will he awarded during tho day and that livestock is suf- Â¬ Quinns Ointment This remedy has to one pupil from each of the follow hit fering terribly from tho extremely cold tho endorsement of the best breeders in mountain counties vu Ilrcathitt lay HI weather which prevailed Kentucky liott Flo d Harlan lohusoii Knott Lee In St Louis tho poor aro having a sad Leslie Letcher Lawrence Maitiu Magofliu time but many contributions of money Menclce Morgan Uwsley Perry Pike Pow Kvtro Cold in Iown clothing and fuel have been made anda The climax of the present cold period ell and How an provided such ui range systematic distribution of these is being which for duration and severity lias not incuts have been made for the competitive examination b the common school authormade been equaled iu mauv years was reached ities or with their consent as shall enable on the IUtb at Marshalltowu Iowa the each student of common school grades to and the No healthy person need fear any dan thermometer registering 28 to 12 degrees compete for the scholarship certificate applifrom cant therefor shall bear a below zero gerous consequences from an attack of the examiner that hu has obtained the highla grlppo if properly treated It is much Wi want 1000 doz eggs at 10c We est mark attained upon the examination in his count tho same as a severe cold and requires We want want We w tin Id advise all to cuter at the be precisely the same treatment Remain your your country produce surplus change and we want to ginning of a term but you can euterit any quietly at homo and take Chamberlains sell vou goods cheaper than anvbodv tin it- and classes will be arranged Cough ltemedy as directed for a severe Vou cannot find a better school iu the II F Pirnvrr Co cold and a prompt and completo recovery mountains of Kentucky Our rates are low is suro to follow This remedy also com our methods of teaching Noiiual we keep t cruet any tendency of la grinpo to re ahrcas with the tide of education Our pu pils are our best advertisement We refer sult in pneumonia Among the matfy you to them thousands who have used it during the Kast the prettiest town BANK eruHazel ireen isfree from many of inills ot epidemics of tho past two years wo liave Kentucky to learn of a single caso that has not yet railway towns and those of more popula WINCIIRVnCIt KY recovered or that lias resulted in pneumo tion iio saloons or harbors of temptation nia 2f and 50 cent bottles for sale by The people welcome strangers and influWITIIKIUWOQX X II Irchident ltoso A Swango ences for good are thrown around them It I IllNTKKruHliIer All boarders will be under the supervision Â¬ Â¬ V -1 Â¬ 1 Cant ho Curtxl by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deafness and that is by constitutional remedies DiMifncits Cold III MilintHotn aitll tirro I liouain Dullaif a Vrnr rm h All Ii ntr ii If tou in mrtl iiliir ft ro tlliri tun kiiuw i no fiirllirr ulty mi Itirm U tl jiif Ail lint nlio r HrvriNOTON A MoitiinAi aeeoiniiUHiii tions run daily LrXISATON A MolKIIKVI AM LlXIXO TiN A Mt SriitllN aecouimodations run daily except Sunday ONLY FOR A DECKER BROTHERS 100 TO THE Itox 40 fiiiiHii4 MiiIma Tintonli SirKiixr Caiss to and from Washington and New York without change chap imowN G w Oeu Pass Agent Sen Agent IKXINOTOX KY VV IL Haijkihon Jen Agent Ashland Ky KENTUCKY CENTRAL RAILWAY IIMK iltASS ItOlTK l barney GRAND PIANO AND A YEARS S M SUBSCRIPTON k I WEEKLY ENQUIRER Decker Bro Grand Upright Piano JjiGoOOO Gladiator Watch and Case 3000 A Lcmaire 24 lino Field Glass 2000 A Holman rarallel Bible 1301 A Venice Parlor Clock 1200 A High Grade Safety Bicycle 12500 An Elgin Watch and Boss Caso 2500 A llaydock Uice Coil Spring 2WM Handy Top B ggy A Railway Watch in 14 Karat Caso 7500 A Life Scholarship in Waiters I -- r Juu Commercial College f A Six Octavo Champion Organ 20000 A Doublo Barrel Shot Gun 3000 A Silvcrono Caso 7 jewel Watch 1000 A High Arm Improved Sewing 3Iachine5500 A 15 jewel Watch Boss Caso 3500 A Fivo Octave Tarlor Organ 15000 A Gladiator Watch Ducbcr Caso 3000 A John C Ducbcr Watch X-- Case 4000 A A SIIOKTlT AND QUICKEST TO AM VOI NTS ROUTE FROM CENTRAL KENTUCKY Â¬ NORTH EAST WEST AND SOUTHWEST EAST LINE BETWEEN LEXING- Â¬ TON AND CINCINNATI JGSjrScurninK in Effkct Nov 15 1891 No SOVTII IV SIOO SI50 and 200 llOlM Lt No Kx 1 No R press Fst Le KxStin Aeenm Daily Covington Tiiris Lexington iiiciniiaii Winehei ter Richmond Paris liviiiLston Corhin h 10 a in a oo pin 2 pin H 18 inn s OS pn t 02 pin Ar 11 18 am 10 23 pm i 10 pin 12 lOnn 11 00 pin 7 00 pin o in pm Ji 11 Lfilllll 7 Oi pin Vr 12 Klnii 7 i ci pin pin i ri Â¬ 4 Middlesluirouh 50 jiin r iiii in Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ And 82 other valuable premiums will Lt bo presented to yearly eubscribcra ot lieliiiioiid Liiiicaster tho Weekly Enouirer in April 1892 Stniilonl Ar Enclose one dollar for a years subscription to tlio Weekly Enquirer and XOKTII llOUNI Â¬ Cliinlicrliind Jnp Corhin Lc WillininsliiirL IqIIico Vr 7 7 rMim 20 pin ti lr0pin r t n jini 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ what will bo tho number of subscribers in tho fivo largest lists received from Nov 1 ill to March 31 92 For samo term Inst winter it was 2999 and the winter before wbb 1405 Tho premiums are to be presented to those whose guesses are correct or nearest correct For full list see Weekly Enquirer now the largest 1 2 page dollar a year paper iu the United States GUESS Lxpie rOpni Iftjini 5 20 pin No 2 Daily 1 I No I No ti Daily Kx Sim Daily 7 00 am 7 fiOiini 10 lram Stniitord Laneiister Iticliinond Williiiinshiirg Cnrliiii CuiiiliM Ie Ar leltico Ie Vr e a rrliin iaplc MidlhlHritili Vr 8 Oi a in 8 15 a in i Tin in Sliiim IS nSani IdviiiLMnn Livingston Iticliinond 2hiiii 11 X T t Winehcster Iaris Ai Ie Ie 11 Ii Oaaiii ill in 1 HO a iii 12 II 7 - ENQUIRER COMPANY CINCINNATI O IexinuMoii -- Â¬ Â¬ AGENTS WANTED Good Solicitor ninkc from 200 to 800 a day during Winter Scnson Only tltOM willing to work Indies or gentlemen need WINCHESTER Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ niIly ENQUIRER COMPANY 1 1 Cincinnati 0 Â¬ Paid up OapitaT 20000000 Surplus 0K000 of the teachers May 8 I81M Send for catalogues etc liu Miami mid Iliieiiiiiuti Weekly Kiqtiirer one your for only 180 and now h the time to suliKcribe Scientific American Agency for WM H PltlNCiPAL CORD Trnlliu Manairer en Ias Ieneial Otliccs Louisville Kv S F It Moitsi Asnt Jen Olliee Chanilier ol Coinmerce Iluildin tinciiinati Ohio No Daily to nil points except llouland Division wliieh U daily except Sunday No 2 linns daily except Sunday fiom Lcxinjilon lo Cincinnati No Ititus daily No Ituiis dailv from nil Mntiui ex cept the Itowlaud Dlision which is daily Cineinnai S It Kxorr rovinuion Iaris Ie Vr lOolntn 11 7iKlnin 2 7 ftllain 2 OOiiiii ft ft Iliini 2 27 pin IH 17 t iniii I iipni pin I pm I 4ft pin t At jiiii jiin 4ft jiin n l 2ft Jim pm 4ft ppi i atmoiii PaAf 1 1 I Â¬ except Sunday o t I J H PIERATT Â¬ - iz5K Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ w ri ile L inuMoii fiold Watch bv our Club Sys Nos I and 1 make connections at Win karat gold Idled eases are war V K D luster lor points on the N N A l years Klgin or Waltham Fine No Carries throuuh ears from CincinStem wind and set bulys or movement nati to MiililkslMuoimli and Ciimherlaud Mils sie Fqiial to any h0 watclf To UMVfcA i a ap and all intermediate stations and nun t TRADE MARKS secure agents where we have none we sell nvtainij Binurd daily one of the Hunting Case Watches for the COPYRIGHTS ato b express Club price S and send C O For Information nnJ froo Handbook wrlto to wiiii privilege oi eaminauon neiore paving MUNN CO Ml 1IIIOA1IWAV Nkw Yohk OldoHt bureau for securing imtunta In Auiurlca tor same Krerr itont taken out by us Is brought bwfom Our Agent at Ptirhiiui X C writes tlio public by a notice clvon free of churuo Iu tlio Our Jewelers have confessed they dont know how you euu furnish such work for the money writes Our Agent at Heath Spriacs S Ijuvwt circulation of any BClcntlrlo paiwr In tlio Your watches lake at sight The gen world 8pledldlr UluMratert CaventB anil Trmlo Mnrks obtained and all lut- Â¬ No man hniiblbo without It Wooklr Intollu ent got tho last watch slid that he tleman uhn ein biisliiess conducted for Moderate Fees StOO a yeari I1A six months Address MUVjN CO n Our Office Is Opposite US Patent Office evamhied and priced a jewelers watches In lBU8ilKltsMlllroajlwayNuw Vork ami o ran secure patent Iu loa time ttiun those Lancaster that were no better than yours rcinon from Wmhlnuton rnilBlLAHKNDDN out me price wnsiv Hend imMlol draw Iiik or photo with dHrrlp Cor Limestone and Short stn Our Agent al Pennington Tex writeslion Wo advise If pntentnlilo or not free charge Our fco not duo till patent Is secured Am Iu receipt uj the watch and am IKKINlTON KV A Pamphlet with How to Obtain 1atcuti pleased without measure All who lme W II HOSWKM names oractual client Inyourtitutc county or InoiiiiKTa seen it Miy it would be cheap at 10 town gent free Address Tlure Imn jfrtrOne good reliable Agent wanted for hirKc well heeii ihIiIimI tin Annex uith 20 ventilated riiniiit Hlreet Curs each place Wrltn for particulars juiss the door every live minutes Ieted Utllt lllALtllWM 1M liriRK Watch Co JNiew York HUJU OMItte Patent Office Washington 0 C lSttlllUtijiui ONE DOLL All WEEKLY Huyj a good 1 1 Â¬ Our ranted lor tem Â¬ 2j3533 No Dailv except Sunday Daily hctwrcn Cincinnati and Lev 1 Â¬ 1 Jtfcutifh mcricnu Â¬ i mm CASNOWCO -