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Digital page images are linked to the text file. -- M 4 V 2T--N0-- Hazel Green Herald COPER Ownor nnd Editor I ER 0f n Nolgy World With Nows From All Nations LumbTing nt His 13nok Sl00 A YEAR Always In Advuno hh hA it i hlt HAZEL HIEKN WOLFE OOUKTY l KYM FRIDAY FEBRUARY I 12 1892 NUMBER 47 EATING DOQ MEAT PRINCE OF TURFMEN SWIMMING HORSES GUEAT FIFTY CENTS ON TUB DOLLAR SALE CLOTHING Wo arc going to mitke Mime iniprovcinciits in our store room after January Int The contract is signed and sealed with the contractors consequently we are compelled to hell our stock or puck it awav Wc prefer selling it at a sacrifice Â¬ V Every suit of Clothes every Overcoat every Pair of Pants marked in plain figures Wo will just split them in half This means oO cents on the dollar lhe 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 SI throwing in a watch just to show his generosity needs watching 44 Kazzle Dazzle Hunco Steerers tricksters and green goods sharps alwavs promise great returns from small investments Intelligent minds are on to the racket and take no stock in such Tis value they want humbuggery I a Â¬ 100 CENTS WORTH OF GOODS FOR 100 CENTS IN CASH Is what wc give the people Hut at this sale Millionaire ltaee Ill ion ami Uln Name ions KnlaUllilmient For the past live years John A Morris has Wen best known through his connee- tion with the turf and as the owner of Morris Park Westchester county N Y His wealth is estimated between jr000- 000 and 30000000 the most of which he is credited with having made from the Louisiana Lottery lleliveslikea prince and maintains no less than nine expensive and luxurious establishments in this country and in Europe He has a magnificent home in Throggs Neck thrco others in Hoston Har Harbor and New Orleans a shooting box in Iouisiana a ranch in Tex us racing establishments and breeding farms in Maryland aud England and a house in Hanover Gor- many The most of his time he spends in Throggs Neck and New Orleans Mr Morris father was Francis Morris who was famous among racing men of his The son always had a lean generation ing toward tho turf but never kept large stables until he built Morris lark Since then his racing stud has been amoti the most extensive in the country aud he has owned an extraordinary number of successful horses His net winnings from stakes and purses have averaged at least SIWOO a year and Morris lark is now beginning Tho to show most profitable results race cou rse is assessed at 2000000 M r Morris has recently put in training 00 i Â¬ Â¬ 100 CENTS WORTH AT 50 CENTS OH THE DOLLAR Every article in our establishment is ticketed at the lowest price possible The stamp of durability is on every garment If you have not dealt with us ask your neighbor who has We invite you to our store feeling assured that you will be pleaded with our garments aud satisfied with the matchless values we ofler Mrs Kuima Lumpkius the well known dress maker at Eel Ivy now has a nice line of ladies hats aud is prepared to do any kind of work in that line f Â¬ Xtagllsh Kitchen No 12 W Short Street Liexmgum ny Kentucky at the Worlds Fair Kentucky should by all means be permitted to take her place along with her sister States in this great enterprise in a manner that would reflect credit upon the State Kentucky is a great State in many respects Her mineral metallic agricultural and other important re sources are such as to excite the admiration of all who visit her territory There will perhaps never be a better opportunity to make known these resources to the world than that afforded by the Co lumbian Exposition to be held at Chicago next year To make a decent exhibit of our products aud make known the poss- Â¬ ibilities of our undeveloped resources requires money and our Legislature should meet these requirements without hesitation by a generous appropriation Nearly all the other States have made liberal donations for this purpose and Kentucky j should at once place herself right along with the procession There should be no delay about the decision of this question FOR 15 YEARS AS A large majority of the people of Ken A SURE AND CERTAIN CURE KNOWN rue Dcrr DCMCnV CAR tPlLf C i I WM I III Ukd tucky want a liberal appropriation and Itbllb ifh RICHARDSON TAYlOH MED CO ST LOUIS MO H they want it now and failure of the LegPREPARED BY islature to comply with their demands Wm5r Aam would prove very humiliating- - Prince ton Banner There have lately been placed upon the AT THE market several cheap reprints of an obso lete edition of Websters Dictionary These books are given various names The Great Websters Unabridged Websters Itijr Dictionary Websters Websters Encyclopedic Dictionary m ft Meals to Order at All Hours Breakfast from a etc etc ltegular Meals 2fi Cents Oys Dictionary M to Dp m to 8 v M Supper from announcements concerning them to 0 A M Dinner from 10 A Many Open from o a m to specialty ters Lamb Fries Fish Chickens and Quails a are misleading The Webster reprint porCUS LUICART Proprietor tion of each from A to V is the same forty four years behind the times and printed from plates made by photograph old pages ing KY The old book has been padded out by various additions culled from various sources but the Itody is the same that was published when Iolk was President and VXD DKAIHII IX duly buried at tho incoming of Lincoln The Webster current from Lincoln to Harrison in the popular copy righted AN Kinds which has just been su rnabridged And Trimmings of rn mwmmmmwi MMB c ix wwnwk ti ir perseded by Websters International Die A on short notice an at low r am to furnish tvQT tionary See advertisement in another I u AND WBS from the cheapest to the very liieM I i I in In u J1 column in vmi can luiv the trimmings Price of Collins from W up I uvuver eoiuiis cheap Mothers should remember when n phy sician cannot he procured that Ayers Cherry Pectoral promptly relieve- - the croup J y lovvci prices Very respectfully Ao L G STRAUS Â¬ Â¬ LEADING CLOTHIERS Â¬ LEXINGTON KENTUCKY Â¬ L a J ifrT fPo IeJIei iw Â¬ I Â¬ 12 ry I CURES NOTHING BUT PILES Â¬ I Tlie souther la nn llMtli Swimming has always been recognized as the best of oxcrcUe and swimming horses is by no means new although the Souther Farm bath is believed to bo tho first over built for the use of a training farm To appreciate what has heon done by this method it is only necessary to look at a few instances Some vears itsio Phyllis a brown maro by Phil Sheridan wascun paigued by a man known as Pop Wagner When the combination struck Clevelnnd after a most successful season Phyllis was very sore aud couldnt trot at all but Pop was equal to the emergency and swam the mare in the lake every day Every one laughed aud made fun of the performance tho world would throw bricks at enterprise and originality almost as readily then as it will now but Pop laughed last and best when Phyllis came out as good as new and won her race in splendid shape Many such instances could be quoted almost every horseman of experience can tell of similar cases To come right down to the present day one of the most conclusive proofs of the benefits of the system is given by the performances of Allerton The great horse was distanced by Margaret S in a stake aud he was supposed to be hopelessly broken down To every ones surprise he was trotting races again in a few weeks aud the hoise whose enterprising owner Mr Williams had killed this time for sure rounded to wonderfully He had been swimming in the river getting regular exercise keeping flesh down building up new muscle and lung power and giving nature a chance to heal the battercd up leg while the rest of the ImmIv was both developed and freed from soreness During the past year time ami again it was reported that Allerton was hopelessly broken down but he always came up smiling for a new whack at his record and it was the swimming that enabled him to trot to his mark of 200 Downs of other cases could be given aud what was accomplished with Phyllis aud Allerton proves tho worth of the system during trotting times but one of the greatest benefits is in the getting horecs in condition to begin training A heavy horso generally becomes sick of the whole business long before his superfluous flesh is worked ofl even if his legs do not give out by swimming flesh can be quickly and safely taken oil legs and feet made better instead of being knocked out and the drudgery of track and road work can be wonderfully reduced The benefits of tho Hystem may be summed up as exercise without coiicus sion Ilrceder aud Sportsman four-year-old A Sooil Waji to Itrlntra Trotter Arotiml- - lliul It Sweeter than llet r anil Palatable The revival nmongcoiisumptivcHof tho dog meat remedy has Influenced Dennis Ollrien of Indiana to ongago regularly in tho business of fattening tlogM for tho market Last December Mrs Llitflo M bines of Indianapolis Intl in an ml vanced Htago of consumption began test ing tho dog meat remedy and alio had n full grown well fattened shepherd dog slaughtered for her special uso After ward two largo Newfoundland dogs shared a similar fate and now Mrs Jones is digesting a water spaniel Sho favors the shepherd dog for regular diet Tho dogs aro carefully slaughtered by a regular butcher The lard is rendered and used in cook- Â¬ ing potatoes and similar food tho oil is applied to tho lungs externally while the meat is served in various forms but gen- Â¬ erally fried Mrs Jones reports that tho meat is sweeter than cither beef or mut ton and very palatable Whatover may be tho healing cause her physical condi- Â¬ tion has vastly improved since the begin Â¬ ning of this strange diet and sho is practically a well woman She reports that several ladies in that city who carefully watched its effect upon her aro now test- Â¬ ing tho same remedy and with fino re- Â¬ sults If carefully preserved tho meat continues good for two weeks CnnMiiuittUiM Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Make Km AtlHhow Up it would bo n good idea for the Legislature to pass a law requiring that the books accounts and official nets of every officer of tho Commonwealth school trustee to tho Governor of tho State should at least onco a year bo thor Â¬ oughly investigated Tho honest and faithful officer will not at all object to this but on tho other hand would bo glad of an opportunity to havo himself sot right before a doubting peoplo while tho dishonest one could he ferreted out and properly punished There seems to bon demand for just such a law not because there is any great amount of rascality among officeholders but carping critics aud fault finders so much love to talk of and intimate that these men aro rascals We believe that tho average office holder of Kentucky is just as honest as the man or tho men of other callings or profes- Â¬ sions but it would prove beneficial in many respects to establish a system of rigid olllcial investigation in our State Madisonville Hustler Wo lieliovo An Itayiitlaii OurloHlt In July 1881 there wero discovered in the ancient city of Thebes the mummies of Egypts mightiest Pharaohs among them that of Hamescs the Great There were also found seals coins statuettes preserved food and a few rolls of papy- Â¬ rus some of tho latter being of great value curiously hound together and notwithstanding the mould and mildew of ages upon them as easily read us if written yesterday A queer little book entitled A Night with Kameses II has been executed so cleverly that tho oxydised seal suggestion of mould an- Â¬ tique coloring and partially decayed mid ragged edged papyrus carry nt onco to tho mind tho possession of a veritable relic from tho dawn of civilization Mailed to any address on receipt of i cents in stamps by J O Aycr Co Lowell Mass Â¬ AW imm NJim 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J- - r CRAVBKT 1IAZKL GREEN te UNDERTAKER A roslinaftttir Cant lie a Notary There are occasional requests received at the Executive Office from postmasters asking to be appointed notaries public Gov lirown however declines to make such nominations as tho Constitution is prohibitory Section I7 of that instrument is as follows No member of Congress or jurson holding or exercising an office of trustor profit under the United States or any of them or tinder any foreign power shall he eligible to hold or exercise any office of trust or profit under this Constitution or the laws made in pursuance thereof There is an advantage in being a notary public which does not seem to bo generally known and that is it is an exemp tion from jury service aud many busy persons who do not wish to t crvo their country as jurymen escapo therefrom by being appointed notaries It is a good scheme Frankfort Capital smooth Â¬ Â¬ C0FFINSCASKETS 1 A Inaraiitefil Ittiocily Oneof tho judicial district bills before our Legislature makes n district out of the counties of Lewis Greenup Carter aud Hoyd This district would havo about 1000 Republican majority This would bo bad treatment for tho Demo Â¬ crats of Hoyd who seven years Hgo wero over 100 in tho minority but have fought their way out aud up to h majority of about i00 Catlettsburx Democrat AVIio Man Â¬ ii g Â¬ Megriiuine the only permanent cure for all forms of headache and neuralgia relieves the pain in from lo to JO min- Â¬ utes For silicon positive gtiarnnteent Tilt Hkhaid office or eout postpaid by mail on receipt of price ftO cents a box a FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS REPAIRED Lako county Indiana who resides at Crown Point I cured a capped hock without writes bottle of uluns Ointment It is the best thing I have ever used on Soft Horsemen who dot ram el Ih Hiiekliiyhamri Dye is tho best prepara Â¬ DuNclies tion made lo color the beard a brown or ble remedy should uiw thts xbove prepus ration black trcHHiircrof 0 0 Smith taitcil lloek i r - quietus I announce it ns nn impossi- Â¬ in his eyes and two outstretched manQ0MB3 H0UP6 bility that JltW days should pass and gled hands of love lcavo us all as wo now are In what You como homo some night and find OAMPTON Will Swing His Sioklo in Ninoty direction to shoot tho arrow I know the mark of muddy feet on your front 8PKN0ER COOPER PaMkkar not and so I shoot it at a venture hteps You hasten In and find an ex- Â¬ Two 8 8 COMB3 PftorniBT HAZKL GREEN i This year thou shalt die KY In cited group around your child He fell Tfc patronage of kftTellnf nUfc fa 1 view of this advlso that into a pond and had it not boon lor a rwpoouuny loiioneuthe Tiblt th Kovr Hope Hurt IUa lUtmlilnpr UnncH you have your temporal matters bravo lad whoplunged In and brought f ttj ftttontlon for tnt o tafort f g utile Hut Till Yrnr Mny Cloud llrlclit PLEASANT NEIGHBORS adjusted Do not leave your worldly him out and carried him homo to bo rroinlxrn and Dentil lirliig KiuliicAA Dr Tiiliiiugnii alTalrs nt the mercy of administrators resuscitated you would havo been KELLAM Jpmoiim Whn ltorrou- llvorytlilnir from n HcniHiii Have yourreeelpts properly pasted and childless You feel that you can not FRED WITH AVooiliil Iij to 11 Toothpick your letters filed and your books bal do enough for the rescuer You throw Ilorrowl Haiti she Wluit wont Dr Talmago preached last Sumlny anced If you havo trust funds soo folks borrow I M S TIMMONDJB from the ominous words Jeremiah that they aro rightly deposited and ac your arms around him You offer him any compensation You say to him Slio was a thin womiui in u print xxvili 10 This yea thou shalt counted for Let no widow or orphan Any thing that you want shall bo ilrcKS Willi ti rod crocheted Hhrfulriur di e scratch on your tomi stone This man yours I will never cease to be grate- Â¬ cape and was ruldntf Icuvoh in uynrri Jeremiah accustomed to saying bold PORTSMOUTH 0 apl8ly ful Hut my Lord Jesus sees your She engaged the writer in conversation things addresses Hauaniah In these wronged mo of my Inheritance Many a man has died leaving u com soul sinking and attempts to bring it 1io saw u sympathetic look in becauBo words They prove true In sixty petency whoso property has through VST SALARY SJ5 PER WEEK- ashore and you not only refuse II tin Wanted Good Agents to hls oye Ho pitied her bccntiso shu wan days Hanauiah had departed this life bell otn his own carelessness blistering her hands and tanning her This Is tho llrst Sabbath of tho year divided between tho afterward been thanks but stand on the 1011011 and say GENERAL LINE OF MKIldllANDIBE N administrators Drop that soul complexion in tho November winds It Is a time for review and anticipation If I want It saved I PEDDLINO ABOVE SALARY WILL Bt the surrogate tho lawyers and the will save it myself Uu wasjalso sympathetic because he was A man must bo a genius FOR PU PAID TO AOI3NT8 LIVE at stupidity sheriffs I charge you before many I wish you might know what job on the right side of tho fence for sym Â¬ who does not think now Tho old year THEN INFOHMATJON ADDREPS days have gone by as far as possible fastis undertook when Ho carried your 0HIOAG0 GENERAL SUPPLY CO pathy died In giving birth to the new as tho She was a sharp spoken womanan Â¬ life of Jane Seymour tho English havo all your worldlj matters made case to Calvary They crowded Him to 178 W Van Huron St Chicago III the wall They struck Him They other cause for sympathy She was queen departed when that of her son straight for this year thou shalt die I advise also that you be busy in spat on Him evidently born that way but she was Kdwnrd VI dawned Tho old vear They kicked Him They MATLOOK plainly unfortunate In her birth If was a queen The new shall bo a king Christian work How many Sabbaths culled Him Thoy scoffed at Him HENRY WITH she had had a choice in the matter at Tho grave of tho one and tho cradlo of in tho year Fifty two If the text bo They scourged Him They murdered tho tinio of the selection of her larynx tho other are side by side Wo can true of you it does not say at what timo Him Mood Mood As He stoops MCMILLAN HAZEN CO wo fnney from other things about her hardly guess what the child will be you may go and therefore it is unsafe down to lift you up tho crimson drops It that her voice would now have been is only two days old but 1 prophesy for to count on all of the fifty two Sundays upon you from His brow from His pitched at A instead of Z WHOLESALE it an eventful future Year of mirth As you are as likely to lo In the first side from His hands Do you not feel Tho conversation did not start on and madness Year of pageant and half of the year as In the last half I the warm current on your face Oh borrowing It began on leaves She conllagratlonl It will laugh It will think wo had better divide tho fifty two for thee the hunger the thirst the said sho guessed tho wind blowed them sing it will groan it will die into halves and calculate only twenty thorn sting the suffocation the dark- BOOTS AND In We suggested that she had proba six Sabbaths Come Christian men ness tho groan the sweat the struggle Is it not a time for earnest thought bly borrowed them from her neighbor Tho congratulations have been given Christian women what can you do in the death KNOXVILLE TENN A great plague came in Marseilles for tho fun of raking That Is as near Tho Christmas trees havo been taken twenty six Sabbaths Divide tho 5W5 as we can remember how it began Wo down or have well nigh cast their fruit days Into two parts what can you do in The doctors hold a consultation and do remember how it ended What by tho way of saving decided that a corpse must bo dissected Tho ubovo cooda are kandled br J Tho friends who came for tho holilavs 182 days Jlorryinl said she CO Hnzol Green Ky Y uAy grand aro gone in the rail train While wo your family tho church and tho world or thoy would never know how to stop father had a wooden hg and so did one aro looking forward to another twelve You will not through all the ages of the plague A Dr Guyan said To of his neighbors My grandfathers months of intense activities tho iext eternity m Heaven get over tho dis- morrow morning I will proceed to a disHe made his will prepared leg was painted and ilxed up and his breaks upon us like a bursting than honor and tho outrage of going into section neighbor used to borry it to wear to derhead This year thou shalt die glory and having helped none up to the fordeath went into a hospital dissected parties and sich Once ho borrled it to Tho text will probably prove true of same place It will bo found that many a body and died in twelve hours Heau wear to muster Ho got run over by a some of us Tho probability is aug a Sabbath school teacher has taken tiful self sacrifice you say Our Lore carryall and killed Mis widdor claims mented by the fact that all of us who into Heaven her whole class that Dan Jesus Christ looked out from Heaven that the leg belonged to the corps and nro over thirty five years of ago have iel Maker tho evangelist took thous and saw a nldgm stricken race Sin rfrflli1 they buried him in it gone beyond the average of human life ands into Heaven that Doddridge has must be dissected He made His will Ive got a neighbor who comes over The note is more than due It is only taken in hundreds of thousands that giving everything to His people Ho to borry everything AND- She borrowed a by sulVeranco that it is not collected Paul took In a hundred million How comes down into the reeking hospital parasol of me in May and return it last Wo are like the debtor who is tnkinir many will you take in If you get into of earth He lays his hand to tho work week Sho was m ieh obliged she said tho three days grace of the banks Heaven and find none there that you Inder our plague He dies the healthy 1 never said one word I was so para Â¬ Our race started witli 100 vears for sent and that there are none to oome for tho sick the pure for the polluted lyzed o speech to see her bring it n lifetime Heboid We read of but one ante- Â¬ through your instrumentality I beg of the innocent for tho guilty Nos 134 138 RACE STREET home diluvian youth whose early death disap you to crawl under some seat in the the love Heboid the sacrifice Heboid Do folks borrow as much as thev pointed tho hopes of his parents by his back corner and never come out lest the rescue CINCINNATI 0 Decide on this first Sabbath of tho used to the redeemed get their eyes on you dying at 777 years of age Tho world Jos the same jes tho same Over then may have been ahead of what it is and some cry out That is the man year whether or not you will have THE KRUSE BAHLMAN In my town where I was born Ive got now for men had so long a time in who never lifted hand or voice for Jesus lie will not stand forever beg ging for your love With somo here aslstor Shes pestered to death with which to study and invent and plan tho redemption of his fellows neighbors who borry If an artist or a philosopher has forty Look at him all Heaven This Hotter be II ih plea ends right speedily busy mm iua aim miner anil eggs years tor worlc lie makes great achieveput tho plow in deep year thou shalt die Hotter iiKn This great salvation of the gospel I and all such things I was over there ments but what must the artists and Hotter say what you have to sii quickthis summer and in came a little girl philosophers have done who had 000 ly Hotter cry the alarm Hotter fall now offer to every man woman and HSMIOfflPABY after some sugar Sister says to her years before them In the nearly U000 on your knees Hotter lay hold with child You can not biry it You can I aint got none not earn it A Scotch writer says that Then tho little girl years bufore tho Hood consider fug the both hands What you now leave un 11 15 and 17 Weat Pearl Street says Willyou lend us some salt pork longevity of the inhabitants there may done for Christ will forever be undone a poor woman ono cold winters day Says sister Wes out o salt pork have been nearly as many people as This year thou shalt die In view of looked through the window of a kings CINCINNATI O Well mum says goes on that little there aro now the probabilities mentioned 1 advise all conservatory and saw a bunch of grapos hanging against tho glass She girl that of yon aint got no sugar nor mo Hood was not n freshet that tho men and women not ready for no salt pork I might borry your black washed a few people oT a plank but a eternity to get ready If the text bo said Oh if I only had that bunch of lace shawl and a ball o butter feguTht wiolenle trade of Eastern Kern disaster that may have swept away a true you have no timo to talk about grapes for my sick child at home At non essentials asking whj Jod let sin her spinning wheel she earned a few tucky Is rospeetfully solicited The woman went on raking leaves thousand million If tho Atlantic Ilorryin does grow on folks too ocean by a lurch of the earth to night come into the world or whether tho shillings and went to buy tho grapes sho added after awhile Theres the should drown this hemisphere and the Hook of Jonah is inspired or who The kings gardener thrust her out very THE woman that lives over in that house Pacific ocean by a sudden lurch of the Melehlsedec was or what about roughly and said ho had no grapes to the hodsu with the yaller curtains on earth should drown tho other hemis- Â¬ the eternal decrees If you are as sell She went off and sold 11 blanket the kitchen winders Shes a good phere leaving about as many beings as near eternity as some of you seem and got some more shillings and came woman but she got to borryin for a could be got in ono or two ocean steam to be there Is no timo for nny thing back and tried to buy tho grapes Hut society sho and mo blonged to She ers it would give you an idea of what but the question What must I do tho gardener roughly assaulted her and to be saved used to come in and say Tho drowning man told her to bo off Tho kings Now Sister the ancient Hood was GOMPANY W youre got to lend me your oil stove At that time God started the race when a plank is thrown him stops not daughter was walking in the to take down to the hall Id dolt with a shorter allowance of life The to ask what saw mill made it or garden at tho timo and heard Then sho borrled it for herself Now 000 years were hewn down until In the whether it is oak or cedar or who tho excitement and seeing tho poor Notions sho borries It for tho neighbors Pretty time of Vespasian a census was taken threw it Tho moment it is thrown ho woman said to her My father is not Wholesale Dry Goods soon when I want It Ill Have to go out and only Pit persons were found 100 clutches it If this year you are to die a merchant to sell but he is a king unrt borry It of her or one of tho neighThen she reached up and years old and three or four persons MO thoro is no time for any thing but im Â¬ and gives 101 103 and 105 W Fourth Strcot bors Shod go round lastsummer say years old Now a man who has come mediately laying hold on God It is plucked the grapes and dropped them in For the Ian hakes what you to 100 years of age is a curiosity and we high timo to got out of your sins You uiiu mo poor woman s apron So South Side CINCINNATI 0 I havo committed no groat transsay Christ is a King and all the fruits of u bakln an a slavln over that hot stove go miles to see him Hut are you not awaro his pardon he freely gives Thoy may for Why dont you borry Miss Ws The vast majority of tho race pass oft gressions oil stove Manys tho time I lent her oeioro twenty years To every apple that your lifo has been sinful Tho not be bought Without money and stovo and oil to run It Then shed there aro five blossoms that never got snow comes down on tho Alps llako by without price lake this sweet cluster claim pies for the society and then to bo apples In tho country church Hake and it is so light that you may from the vineyards of God 1 am coining 10 mo ciose 01 my sershod borry em for herself she says tho sexton rings tho bell rapidly until hold it on tho top of your finger with my pies suit her Heaven only knows almost through and then tolls It Kor out feeling any weight but tho Hakes mon I sought for a toxt appropriate what shell borry next Sho borries my a while tho bell of our life rings right gather they compact until somo day a for the occasion I thought of taking My days fly as a weavers boy for errands my girl to take care o merrily but with somo of you tho bell travelers foot starts the slide and it one in Job tho babies I dont object but its ag has begun to toll and tho adaptness of goes down in tho avalanche crushing shuttle of a text In Psalms So tench gravatln to have somo one out in the tho text to you Is moro and moro prob- Â¬ to death the villagers So the sins of us to number our days that wo may ap your youth and the sins of your man ply our hearts up to wisdom of th porch all tho time dependin on you for able This year thou shalt die Tho character of our occupations hood and the sins of your womanhood prayer of the vine dresser tho ordinary necessities of life Lord let it ndds to tho probability Lewlston Me Journal Those who may havo seemed only slight inaccura- Â¬ alone this year also but pressed upon nro in tho professions aro undergoing a cies or trilling divergences from tho my attention first of all and last of all sapping of tho brain and norvo founda- Â¬ right so slight that they aro hardly and above all were the words This Nos 74 and 76 Main Street A MODEL LANDLORD tions Literary men In this country worth mentioning but they havo been year thou shalt die perhaps it may CINCINNATI 0 Hn Own mi Apartment Ilouta unit Inv aro drlvon with whip and spur to their piling up and piling up packing to- Â¬ mean mo Children Though in perfect health now it docs topiliost speed Not ono brain worker gether until thoy make a mountain of There Is u big apartment house up- out of 100 observes nny moderation sin and one moro step of your foot in not take God ono week to bring down MEYER town where children are not only wel- Thoro is somothlng so stimulating I GUS in tho wrong direction may slide down the strongest physical constitution WITH comed but every effort Is made to make our cllmato that If John llrown tho upon you an avalanche of ruin and con do not want to die this year Wo had the little peoples lives as bright as pos- essayist of Edinburgh had lived hero demnation A man crossing a desolate plans and projects on foot I want sible Not only does tho manager of ho would havo broken down at thirty and lonely plateau a hungry wolf took to see completed but God that GO knows best tho house who has children of his own 11 vo instead of fifty five and Charles after him Ho brought his gun to his and Ho has a thousand better men than 0 jonnnrts in 0 tako a deep interest in tho youngsters Dickens would havo dropped at forty shoulder and took aim and tho wolf I to do tho work yet undone I have a but he Is backed up by the oivner of howled with pain and tho cry wojco up hope thut notwithstanding nil my Hardware There Is somothlng In all our occupaAgricultural Implements tho property who has given him orders tion which predisposes to disease If a pack of wolves and they came raven- sins and wanderings I shall through to spend a thousand dollars u year in wo bo stout to disorders ranging from ing out of tho forest from all sides and tho infinite mercy of my Saviour OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS providing for tho amusement of tho fovers to apoplexy If wo bo frail to horribly devour him Thou art tho como out at the right place I have MALTA PLOWS FOSTER STOVE CO COOKS tenants children EVAPORATOR8 diseases ranging from consumption to man Somo ono sin of your Hfo sum nothing to brag of by way of Chris CHAMPION MILLS A A REAPERS MOWERS Tho apartment house takes up tho paralysis Printers rarely reach fifty moning on all tho rest they surround tian experience but two things I have STODDARD AND ACME HARROWS ontlro block and tho builder was par years Matchmakers in marking tho thy soul and make tho night of thy sin learned my utter helplessness before DOORS to have incorporated in tho timo for others shorten their own terrible with tho assault of their bloody God and the all absorbing grace of the N01 110 112AND vSASII A SPECIALTY ticular Second Street original plans a playroom which is sit Â¬ Chemists breathe death in their labo- Â¬ muzzles Oh tho unpardoned clamor- Lord Jesus if tho toxt means some ol My I RONTON OHIO uated on the basement door in the rear ratories and potters absorb paralysis ing ravening all devouring sins of thy you my hearers I do not want you tc of tho house and runs nearly tho en Painters fall under their own brush bo caught unproparod I would llko tc tiro length of tho building Tho room Fouudrymen tako death in with thcill W VO YOU WANT TO SAVH A maniac was found pacing along tho havo you tfther through money you is brilliantly lighted by gas jets tho ings Shoemakers pound away thoir road with a torch In ono hand and a have laid up or a lifo insurance be FROM M to GO CENTS ON EVERY globes of which aro covered with wire own lives on tho last Overdriven mer pall of water In the other and somo able to leave tho world feeling that DOLLAR YOU SPEND If bo witrra baskets to Insure thrdr safety chants measure off thoir own lives with ono asked him what ho meant to do your family need not become paupers POn Oim ILLTJBTIIATKI CATALOGUE CONTA1NINQ ILLUBTUATION8 ANE PHIOEJ At ono end of tho room thoro Is n tho yard stick M lllers grind thoir own with them Ho answered With Jut if you havo done your best and OV KVERYTIIIKO MANUIACTUltED Itf otngo eighteen feet wide and thirty foot lives with tho grist Masons dig thoir torch I mean to burn dowu Heaven this you leave not ono dollars and doop with ti full set of scenery There graves with tho trowel And In all our with this water I mean to put out estate you may confidently worth ol Tiic United Statkb at manufacture trust tin is also an excellent piano properly proÂ¬ occupations and professions thoro nro tho fires of hell 10000 ILLUSTJUTION8 Ho was u ma- Â¬ Lord who hath promised to care for the ERO ritlCES ALL LINKS nUPKEflKNTED tected by hardwood casing 0 ITALOdUB widow and tho fatherless tho elements of peril niac Ho could do tho ono thing just I would Once a week tho llttlo ones aro given Hapld climatic changes threaten our as well as ho could do tho other No like to havo your soul fitted out for MAILED PHEC OU APPLICATION ADDKESfl a dance at which mnlo Is furnlshod by lives Hy reason of tho violent tits o timo to lose If you want to escape your eternity so that If any morning or CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO tho musIcHlly luollncd members of tho tho thermometer within two days wo sins for this year thou shalt die noon or evening or night of these iji No 178 West Van Bphen St household Twlco a month a stngo on live both in tho arotlc and tho tropic Let mo nnnounce that Christ tho days death should look In and ask CHICAGO ILL terUinmunt is given in which tho Tho warm south wind finds us with Lord stauds ready to savo any man Aro you ready you might with an youngsters Ubo tho several parts At our mra on Tho wintry blust cufci who wants to bo saved Ho wnlted for outburst of Christian triumph nnswor nil these entertainment ice cream and through our thin apparel Av nvl nil roml3 The hoof you all last year all tho year before other refreshment are served to the tho wheel tho firo urms tho assassin n i nu Yf Ut 1UU JIU IUi TVU1LCU STATTONTCRY j t bii -f JBK I tv iui iiinvin in btylreu at the laudlonVa expense wait their chance to put upon us thoir you with Wood ou Ui brow tad Um aorn viry gunnino hirnin Pan Ac tor nalo ut this office Liaalftr uruyor DwltfhL Not Paper only lOo a qalrt Call aw Hazel Green Herald OLD FATHER TDIB Â¬ iJU - Â¬ Â¬ Wholesale Grocers Â¬ Â¬ SHOES Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MARKS BROS MARKS ffr5iniTTTOl Â¬ Â¬ V0mgi3iainva Vhmm house Â¬ Â¬ good-for-noth- ln Â¬ Â¬ HARDWARE Â¬ GEO Â¬ W MAIPIN Â¬ Â¬ GROSSMAN CO Â¬ Â¬ SCHLEUTKBR Â¬ Â¬ Saddlery and Harness Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ W M KERK Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 I 3yrg J aa you aed Utloaery STEVE THE WARBIOR Storo Klkltis Ah tuero Mara Will you ploaso got oo to Stove Kx IJIitlnalmrl lio cun lieinl It nil Around tho tltuntton And stralKjton it out again A Of West Virginia U 8 A Soorotnry of wnrf How does ho atrlko you Aint ho a corker Mind that aurora of lm Ms koo1 broiul sword Wlmn ho vrnnts to I cut with It iy Mnrsy old hoy H Tho IMumod knlijht With it nssllulc ns tiuttorl litis lio Well nobody snld ho had Hud you heard anything To that effect up your way Strategy mo boy strategy Its a Htrntogli War secretary That thN country needs now And Steven Id that Bigger than n load of bay I I Tlut lean cut tho tlus hind hltn to You inUsod It Mum In not having been raised in Wuit Virginia With Stove Hes mo warlike And heroic and strategic Hut If bo had to wear A suit of your statuary elothni Mnrny old chap During ofllco bourn Ho A And nftorward having Lllosionicd ai a Hlalno boomorl You aint In at ail If Hecuuse bo Is tho modostout man That over pulled a Political wire Howuver thats all right Hut you just keep your eyo On Steve Mars And so will A good many other people Detroit Frco Irea couldnt compote with you little bit THE DEMOCRACY The 1urty or Iutrlotlniu mill KhmmIoih of TlioiiKlit sort of ghoulish glee characterizes the comments of the republican press oif tho fancied differences within the ranks of the democracy Long tolo ffrnms filled with tidings of personal disappointments mv riven great prominence of position and flaming headlines Mr loriiuiii is painted as a spectral mower with a scythe of craft cutting down the presidential candidates who are represented as standing in the way of his own ambitions Mr Cleveland never walks on H road way according to these stories lest he should encounter Gov Hill for those two do not speak as they pass by When Gen Palmer rises from his now seat in the senate to shake hands with a friend it is not an uet of courtesy but to spread dismay among his rivals 03- - displaying tho ease with he carries his three score years and ten Mr Mills is not con fined to his bed chamber with the grip but is sulking in his tent and commun ing with his divine mother as to how he shall best bring confusion on the democracy because its speaker has dishonored him If what wo read in these newspapers is true Mr Crisp has not constituted the committees of the new congress according to his best judgment for the effective disposition of public business but to reward his friends and confound his enemies Hit terness is king and all tho party loaders are captains of guerrilla bands armed for their mutual destruction and tho disruption of the greater body of which they are parts There are differences of opinion among democrats and tunny strong men are striving to be chief This is true and it proves the democracys vitality The great issues of the hour are under debate and a programme is formulating against tne coming campaign Who would not have it bo Is there an- - other point from which wis dom can be drawn than that supplied by a comparison of prevalent views Is anybody anointed with superhuman wisdom that this dicta should be ac cepted and subscribed to without weighing the cotillieting data which different sections have to present Out party has always been tho abiding placo of freedom of thought whero every argument based on patriotism is listened to It is to day more than ever before in its history tho nurse of na tional leaders who would be at the bead of its columns because the march is to victory The comments of the enemy are only tho reflection of their hopes They are dreaming that perchance the matchless discipline which has not failed us in the past uvea when defeat was inevitable has somehow been weakened Hut they will be disappointed Whoovor is the standard Vearer and whatever the battle cry tho democracys phalanx will be close lcnlt in 18D2 one and un terrified St A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Paul Globe UttrrUoiin SAFE FROM SLANDER Kword Ilnarnr mill llli Sldo Inrtiier Mr Elklus Is safe from tho assaults of slanderers and blusterers Ho will It In tliu luxurious apartments pro vlded for tho head of a war depart ment having no serious duties to per rm and laugh at blusterers He will corn tho Imputation that the partner i Kerens and colleaguo of Dudley Dor 8y and lUttino can bo frightened by Inventions when tho truth has been In aufliclent to drive him to obscurity that would have boon sought by a sonsltlvo oulclal It were folly to speculate as Jo lower depths than have been Illustrated by Move Elaine and Dick Krens In their rolatloua to tho peopla 1 the public treasury In their careor these gentlemen have- Illustrated the av ng that truth is granger than ctton Mr Harrison made careful ex tjrs Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - chose to call a Her idea was carried out to tho last detail and tho whole filled her guests with amusement and sur- Â¬ prise Her gown was a superb combi- Â¬ nation of silk velvet and chiffon run ning through every tint of violet luv- ondor and heliotrope and lavishly or Â¬ Ono of tho ICoaulU of Harrison Her Mli- - namented with jet and black lace iimniijfoiuoiiU ornaments wero black pears anil en- Â¬ The jingo policy of tho Harrison ad ameled violets The dining table was ministration may yet bring about a laid with a white cloth overspread with war between this country and Chill a scarf and central square of white So far have wo gone in this matter silk and linen embroidered heavily in that we have got to fight or sacrifice the delicate gray stems and lavender our national dignity flowers of wisteria Violets hello rotuits insipioncy tho administra- trope and wore tho tion has seemed bent on getting into n flowers used in decorating tho table squabble with tho Chilians Tat Eguu and for tho mens boutonnloros Thu with the dust of Ireland still on his candles in silver candelabra were of brograns was appointed by President violet tinted wax with violet silk Harrison to represent this country in shades Tho opalescent glass glowed Chili He was the one man who should with tints of violet and lavender su Â¬ not have received tho appointment gared violets wore tho only bonbons on Not only the Chilian government did the table and great bunches of violets not want him but the people of this tied with violet satin streamers wore country with the exception of Presi attached to the right hand side of the dent Hnrrisou and Secretary Maine back of every womans chair I Ills strongly opposed conferring distinction trated American and honor upon a man who was an Tim lriiiiil Canyon or tho Colorado American for revenue only The walls of the Grand Canyon are in In the very face of this opposition both at home and abroad Pat Egans most places not perpendicular but seen name was enrolled in the book of dip- front in front they all appear to bo lomatists Then the trouble began They are mostly of sandstone but hi And it continued and it will continue places of marble and again of volcanic just so long as Pat Kgan misrepresents rock generally terraced inn manner entirely peculiar to the southwest and this country in Chili While the Chilians were trying to elefl into intntinenible buttes which overthrow a dictator and re establish seem towers and castles but are ina republican form of government Pat finitely vaster and more noble than the Kgan backed by tho United States hand of man could ever rear And government lent his support to Italian when the ineffable sunshine of that coda He did not have gumption enough arid but enchanted land falls upon their to keep his nose and the nose of his wondrous domes and battlements with government out of the affair The re- it glow which seems not of this world sult wub that when the congressional the sight is such a revelation that I ists had won the fight Pat Kgan was have seen strong men affected by it to the most disliked man in Chili with tears of speechless awe There are no the possible exception of his friend Hal great falls in the Grand Canyon but maceda and his country came in for a many beautiful and lofty ones in the unnumbered hundreds of side canjoits very largo share of tho same feeling Tho assault on the Haltitnore sailors which enter tho greater oanjon I had Advantage in Valparaiso was the ono opportunity almost said little canyons for so they A Snw Jroucli Duvleo for Iliiltvnrliifr Milk Is always more r hiss of a ques the jingo statesmen of this administra- seem In the presence of their giant It lit Itiitult tion had been asking for They wanted mother but In reality almost any ono tion for the feeder of live stock to de Â¬ A hole shaped like a speaking tube to pull their vigorous foreign policy on of them would shame any canyon else Â¬ termine just whero his feed will bo Charles F Luiumis in St worth the most whether It will bo Is lntiIe in the door or near It Inside somebody or other and tho opportunity where best to feed for beef pork or mutton there Is a little shelf on which the can was at hand They grabbed it Whon Nicholas or for milk butter cheese or wool or other receiving vessel can rest Tho they had blustered and blowed puffed Olio of tho Iliiully and stowed for awhile they discovered No please once wrote a lady to a Prices ono your cannot ill wiiyH be taken milkman comes with a littlo funnel that our lynching bee in Now Orloans friend when I come to see you dont as a basis for another as what pii3s shaped as shown in tho picture and one your will not ulwtiyH prove so easily pours bis milk through It mto was a parallel case and that they wero treat tne as one of the family When I best the next One of the advantages in the can which Is Inside whom It will slm ply aping the dago school of vigor hear that promise I stay away like keeping a variety of stock Is that a not bo stolen Many of the families ous foreign policy Then they set about when I go out to bo company I like opportunity is afforded of realiz- In the larger towns und cities have to justify lynching in Now Orleans and to consider guests who come to see tne better bread milk and othor articles of food to condemn shooting and stabbing in as company Other people may pre Â¬ ing a profit on thu whole than when Valparaiso After telling Italy to go tend to the contrary it is all humbug dependence Is placed upon one kind to thunder for her indemnity these When my friends come to 1113 house I of stock If ono could know tho con vigorous statesmen demanded repara- do as I would be done by I receive dition of thu market ahead In 11111113 tion from Chili The size population them In a decent dress I take out my cases at least the feeding might bo wealth and fighting capacity of Chili hair crimpers I entertain them in the done with a better profit lly keeping ti vurletj of stock thu risks 111113 he made the bluff go parlor and have something which I gruatly lessened To this 111113 lo udded The very thing thoso jingo statesmen consider good for tea The little vail should have done they failed to do that of myKterj which I let fall over tho a better opportunity of feeding out tho various farm prod nets Such a course kitchen and its occupant is very com is recall Pat Kgan Where a system of rotation Is folwould have made it impossible for a fortable to all of us neither convey lowed and it variety of crops grown a spot country down in South seven them into the back basement mirto the America to further make a side show sky parlor I put my best foot fori large per cent would go to waste If I1KVIOI5 K0U IlKtlVIIIINO MILK only one kind of stock wero fed of our government Chicago Globe most and I do it because I love my In growing the grain to feed and fat Â¬ loft in the early morning on tho stops friends and respect all hands POINTS AND OPINIONS ten the hog there is more or less rough or In the halls A good deal of It hi Y Ledger ness that can be used to it good advan- stolen by tramps and thieves whllo The presidents appointments tage in feeding other kinds of stock wandering dogs frequently make an A Cciitlniniin fall alike upon the just like the rain and at a less cost than when 01113 one early breakfast at the expense of tho What most characterizes a gentleman and the unjust -- Detroit Free Press is kept Many could kind of national treasury Is getting Is thonghtfulness for others A true afford tostock citttlu wero it not for not household This arrangement would The keep the certainly put an end to such loss but gentleman does not allow himself to into very shoal water Tho balance whom he Is on fact that during growth they can be the milkman would lose ono valued 11111103 11113 person with has fallen to tho lowest point over ro fed material that would to a consider privilege It would be Impossible for corded since tho adoption of the pres- good terms He not only refrains from able extent at least go to waste and him to kiss thu saying or doing anything which he ent form of the debt statement Bos knows Is questionable but ho also re- while even thou the margin of profit faction through cook with any satis Â¬ his funnel or through ton Herald frains from anything which others may 111113 be small 30 1 It Is converting un the hole in tho wall Iturul Now York- Â¬ Republican president mnkors aro He places marketable products into money and er questionable puzzling their brains over two sen consider thoughtfuluesK above self gratiflcution tit tho same time securing more or luss tences with an Interrogation point at DAIRY SUGGESTIONS manure to keep up the fortuity Ituis N Y Ledger the heel of each Has lllhino trailed his at home or jabroad lug a variety of crops lessens the risk Wiikn cooked vegetables cannot Ua presidential ambition to Harrison for a Kitt lul Contortion of failure and affords a hotter oppor- Â¬ cabinet position for Elkins or has So you enjoyed your visit to the tunity of keeping stock at a less cost secured mid fed to good advautago a Harrison bought Elkins away from menagerie did you Inquired a Ham- Â¬ while keeping a variety of stock af Â¬ good plan Is to take well cured clover Fort mersmith young man of his adored fords a better opportunity of iiblng tho hoy run It through n cutting box Maine with a cabinet position Worth Gazette various products of tho farm to tio scald thoroughly and then feed ones little sister Homo of tho democrats on tho Tick calf should bo weaned whon lessening tho wasto Oh yes Ami do you know we saw best advantage floor of tho house have been a little n camel there that screwed its mouth and lessening the risks Under somo threo ilias old at about that tlmu tho cross perhaps but they enjoy tho and eyes around awfully and sister conditions making a speclalt3 of one milk Is fit for use and the sooner the blessed satisfaction of knowing that said it looked oxoeth as you do when kind of stock may bo the most profita- Â¬ calf Is removed thu better us the cow Â¬ their seats aro safely under them dur- you are reciting poetry at evening par- - ble but ordlnnrlly the bettor plan Is to will glvo more than Is necessary for of Maine and tles Heed keep it good variety Prairie Farmer tho calfs support but If It Is loft with ing this congress LondoiiTldllts her it will stick it all or nearly all his soat snatehing commlttco on elecA llnnlninn Mull Tim tyipptlfl llojr Tiikiii is no nocosslty tions aro not in business at tho old The dyspeptic hog Is an unthrifty calf on whole milk after for feeding the Excited Neighbor What do you lot tho first stand just now St Louis Republic build a bonfire in my ono he Is always hungry continually llegln to change to skim milk week Ono of Prosldent Harrisons that boy of yours and put eating if ho has an opportunity but In a littlo linseed meal or 111 hid lings to papers characterizes tho uppolnt buck yard for homo Placid Neighbor Isutyour houso In thu food does him no good as It is only tuko the place of thu cream Calves mont of Judge Woods as an indecent Hiired partly digested He actually seems to soon learn to oat hay and some should act It does not stop with tho asserdwtndlo In size Thu cause of dys Â¬ bo E N No It Isnt scancan got tion but shows tho brazen and pepsia Is overfeodlng or rather Irregu- haykept where they course It Clover P N Thats all right Im an in Is the best of character of President Inr dalous suranco ugetit Heros my card- - Detroit lar feeding allowing the hog to beDont let thu cows hare access to the risons selection by a detailed review Free Press come ver3 hungry and then gorgu him- Â¬ horse manure Thoy will eat enough of of tho judges actions among which self The preventives are bettor than to were his reversal of legal oplnton UiutHtraiiiiiii Ilka Keep tho hog well supplied It to mnko the butter bitter They cures V Dudley from indict congress with charcoal wood ashes salt and dont eat It on account of the salt 1m it save William Thoro goes a man who loft for when thoy have all the salt they mont for advising bribery and arc poorer than ho was when ho entered lime than want they will still eat the horse mn versed legal opinion to savo more from It A mil Fn that may l e best In ono lo- Â¬ nure They will eat it waerf Uie epread a hundred Indicted republicans the Ah A good proof of his splendid In- cality w no always prove best In an- on the pasture so it 1 sot merely a Tho facts justify conviction tegrltyl and are familiar to all who miserable luck at other S lo t according to locality a cold weather craving they have for 1L charges Oh no of his umt Col mans Karal YYorld well as u pose Life keep truck of Important political poker golng-out-of-mourul-- amination of the suhinnt inM u- named a secretary to prnotlco his peculiar method In the wRr depart meiit during tho coming presidential campaign If there wore madness In this act of tho president there was also method In It Mr Harrison has np parently concluded that it Is time for a certain class to hang together lest they hang separately Only by a comblna Hon of tho elements represented by hiking and Woods Is there hopo In tho presidents mind of success in again thwarting tho popular will and gain ng power thereby With Klktns hold lug tho war department thoso of tho republican party who look for success by abhorrent methods will sco promise of further gains With Woods wearing the ermine will bo hopo thnt criminals may bo saved from tho bonch when tho bar would be impotent Neither tho secretary in the war department no til - j a tlllr u t14 uu 1iu euuurineu neett tear slander There is a limit to human in- Â¬ genuity It has been drawn by thoso gentlemen In their public nets i-cugo Times JINGO TACTICS 1 -Ch- LUXURY A OF MOURNING newspaper and magazine parngraphers who delight to select and repeat for Innocent auditors of all tho curious fads and caprices of fashiona Â¬ ble American women will doubtless re- Â¬ mark with grave wonder on one of the last and most absurd arrangements In uinnors lately given by a New York woman who is u lover in harmonies Two years ago she suffered tho loss of her husband After many montlt of travel abroad she returned homo with boxes of ex Â¬ quisite creations in silvery grays violet lavender and heliotrope fresh from tho hands of French modistes After receiving many attentions from home friends she decided to glvo what she Â¬ KttgHsh Nrw York Iaily Olrrn n Dinner AGRICULTURALHINTS ARTICHOKE CULTURE Ono Variety Is flood for Man 8AVINQ STOCK POOD A Number or lUtHtrfttteM treat dinner Â¬ 1 Â¬ lllies-of-tho-vall- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ing of rations and utilizing the coarse Tho artlohoko propor Is usod In Eu Â¬ provenders of the farm I know farm- Â¬ rope as an article of food Sow early ers by the hundred who Have no fodder in April in a rich soil 1 Inch deep in from tholr corn fields evon though the drills VI Inches apart Whon up thin hay crop be short and tholr stook nu- Â¬ to 4 Inches apart In tho row When h merous Often I havo scon forty or year old transplant into well manured fifty aeros of cornstalks left In Uie ground In rows 3 feet apart and a feet field and the Btraw of several hundred apart In tho row Protect In the win- Â¬ bushels of whont dumped In a pile in ter with a covering of manure or a corner of tho wood lot and their leaves The cdlblo part is the llowor owners huylug hay by March 1 for head Tho Jorusalom artichoke often tholr stock and like Pharaohs lean spoken of simply as artichoke Is not kino tho herd would dovour one of n true artichoke but an entirely differ- Â¬ their number or Its value each week ent plant belong to the sunflower After an experience of over thirty family It received the appellation years during which 1 havo given per Â¬ Jerusalem from an English corrup- - sonal attention to my stoelr and noted carefully tho effect of different foods 1 pronounce good bright corn foddoi thu most pnlntablo wholesome and economical of nil provenders for cattle horses and sheep This winter I am feeding eleven head of horses and cow threo of tho horses of large draft breeds and with only tho foddoi from twelve acres of corn I havo not fed u pound of hay since September and shall not until April This corn fodder cost me ns follows For cutting up the corn 818 cost of husking of 250 shocks IliO hills each and binding the fodder at 8 cents per shock 20 two with diatho two hands and a team draw- Â¬ ing fodder to tho barn Srt total SI4 Deducting U cents per bushel for husking 500 bushels of corn it leaves tho net cost of tho fodder In tho barn Counting that UiIh fodder will Sill last the eleven head six mouths tho cost for rough feed for them Is 40 conta per huttd per month and I shall be able to sell at least ten tons of hay which would without tho fodder all TllK COMMON AUTICIIOKU havo been fed outon tho farm Good tion of its Italian name which meant bright straw can bo used to winter sunflower It Is also culled Canada horses and cattle they will eat It well and Virginia potato The tubers are and thrive on it but it is best that in Â¬ capable of resisting the suverest cold stead of corn the grain ration bo brim and may be loft in tho ground all win and oil meal these balance the ration ter Plant the tubers In spring tho and enable thu animal tj digest the same as potatoes They flourish in straw much better than If It Is fed nearly every soil often yielding from with corn for the straw Is deficient In 15100 to 1500 bushels to the acre In albuminoids and the bran and oil light soils it is common to turn thu meal are both rich in this essential ele Â¬ swine Into the field and let them dig ment The greatest waste of thu farm the tubers for themselves In autumn is In tho use of feed and little study the tops are cured for hay which Is and investigation is needed to enable greatly relished by all kinds of stock us to overcotnu this waste if with us are the tubers ltcsidcs being used the sharp competition thoy must moot as hay the tops are sometimes manu our inanufaeturors showed as little In factured into cordage and even made telligence as we farmers do tho3 would into a kind of coarse cloth When fair- every one bo bankrupt In it singloyear ly rooted in rich soil the Jerusalem Make a careful study of this matter artichoke Is very hard to eradicate and put In practical usu all tho information Is seldom entirely removed -- Orango you can gain and 3011 will be surprised to see what it saving cau bo Judd Farmer effected Waldo F Hrown In N Y VARIETY PAYS BEST Tribune How to IJho tho Iroduct or tint Im rn to HELPING THE MltFKMAN Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ for Ur Stock Another greater value thau that of the balanc encfl end OfeMnratten No othor practical knowledge k of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 iiiyhul-included-- N Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ i 1 Durolt Free- - Pross Hazel Gjieen SPENDER COOPER HebaldIshiwIW LETTER Editor From Our Hegular j TIip ijtioxtiuii now is what next And nobody seems to bo In a position to it fjiSr nmke an authoritative answer If there rrcpoiidcut And a good lamp ls02 be men of commanding power in the Wahhinotox DC Kebfi must be simple when it is not simple it is mm nmsi President making is always one of the Domucralie ranks in the House they will Simple Beautiful Good these not good favorite occupations in Washington mid have a great opportunity to make a rep words mean much but to see The Rochester MjjrK3V7 MiBlBlUf will impress the truth more forcibly mTKSCftWy All metal recent events have added a special zest to illation in the near future by assuming tough and seamless and made in three pieces only it Senator Hill is given the credit the leadership and showing the country it is absolutely safcaxuX unbreakable Like Aladdins whether rightly or not I do not pretend that the majority of the House is no of old it is indeed a wonderful lamp for its mar- Â¬ to nay of having made a combination longer ad rid velous light is purer and brighter than gas light with Senators Gorman and Ihice to con softer than electric light and more cheerful than either To create an appetite and give tone to HAZEL GREEN KY Iook for tllWitniuii Tllit UneilRHTPn IfUm lniiinlcitir Itnni lli trol the Democratic nomination which Rochester and the style yon wnnt send to us for our new illustrated catalogue Fob 12 1892 Mr Hill wants himself if he can got it tho digestive apparatus um Ayers Sar Fill day niul we will hcml you n lump wifely by express your choice of over Uonii saparilla varieties fiom the Utgtit Ump Sloit in the Wotld failing in that he wants nhaud in but UOCIIKNTICIl LAiai CO 12 Park Place New York CHy SuiIJUintkxijkntTiiomison is at the naming tho man and his second choice is Comment understood to be Gorman and his third wheel There is a stir in educational VgoiAll vainest of all things some good Western man Senator matters Pebble after pebble has been Is the gratitude of Kings Hill found a congenial atmosphere from dropped into the educational waters of Tho Argus intimates that the citizens the first among the DemocraticSenators Kentucky until the wholo is in commo d of Frankfort whilo away tho time by most of whom arc bitter anti Cleveland tion the wave of WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING DRUGGISTS has extended until it lashes the in their sentiments and until his recent gambling KY CATLETTSBURC New York coup he appeared to be rap Ohio on tho north Tennessee on the The Largest Drug House in tho Ohio Valley Carlisle and Russell should be the ticket Manufacturers of 228 REMEDIES that aro Sold by tho Dozen idly growing in popularity but now fears south the Mississippi on the west and the this year Massachusetts would thus bo 16000 Square Feet of Floor Room 28 Hands Employed are expressed bv those friendlv to him mountains on the east Already there is assured to the Democrats 0Sole proprietors of the unions X X Sole proprietors of the renowned rVv that he has gone too far in so openly an interest awakened among common HINDOO KIDNEY CORDIAL t NERVE KINC The now censusof Mayavillo gives that showing his hand as the manipulator of school teachers to think They seem The only remedy that is sold on an nbso- X For the permanent cure of Pains in the city 7370 population and entitles her to the Democratic machine in that State more will be required of them that the jluto guarantee to cure all Iaius and Hack and all disorders of the Kidneys Aches Cramps and Colic Diarrlnea Dys- Mind I rinary Urinous thousands of eer- rank us a city of tho fourth class No one can deny that he is one of the standard will be raised and they aro entcry ete Ised internally and exter- tilieates of those who have used this seeking schools where they can prepare nully The best Liniment in the worlds a reined v will he sent on application Tho initial number of tho Kentucky shrewdest political wire pullers that this for the inevitable PKICK 2 CENTS PRICK 100 W4 Homestead has been received at this of- Â¬ country has produced but that very fact BttSf Fou Salk by Dkuo Storks and Country Storks Evkrywhkrs fice and it is a gem both editorially and may prevent securing the nomination of Happy and content is a home with The Ro his party as has often been the case with Chester a lamp with the light of the morning typographically Success to it ForcataUgue xvritt Rochtsttr Lamp Co Aew iai wire pullers of the past No honest Democrat can afford to supEvidently the Senate Committco on port Hill after tho way ho has knifed ex Foreign Relations think the present Chiinimi n i President Cloveland and outside of New nese laws sufficient for all practical pur K TTiiiiiniiihim raUV If ho you can pet something better than dollars from us The completion of York ho will have no following poses as it has reported adversely all of iinmujuinmira the K U R R to Jackson has cut us off from a large wholesale trade heretofore m Mrs Mary Brown Day was last week the bills introduced providing new and Printing executed nt this ollice in the high- had by us in several counties east and left on our hands an immense stock of est Nt vie of the art anil at satisfactory prices goods which we are compelled to and in order to do so we are determined elected Stato Librarian her only oppo more stringent laws and presented a sub- Â¬ Notcheads envelopes mile bills Ac Work to make priced do the work prices unload will make which our patrons happy and make promptly done anil nothing hut the best competition howl We oiler to Country Merchants extra nent being Miss Maud Kirkman of Todd stitute in the shape of a bill to continue materiiil used Send for inducements and cunr- estimates an tee to them lower prices than they ever got before the present anti Chinese laws for a period We are overstocked and county whose name was withdrawn must unload Remember we will duplicate any bill with freights added either STAMPER of ton years wholesale or retail east or west north or south up hill or down Wo aro now reAmong tho things which have been Senator Kyle made his debut as a Senceiving such lines bought for cash at bottom bargains as will fill every depart- Â¬ ATTORNEY AT LAW ment New fresh seasonable choice and cheap We can astonish you with will soon bo numbered tho Hoard of atorial orator in aset speech in favor of CAMPTON KY Equalization the new Constitution hav- Â¬ his joint resolution proposing an amend Offers his professional serviees to the citiing rendered such an expensive luxury ment to the Constitution giving Congress zens of Wolfe and adjoining counties Will make collections and remittances promptly unnecessary authority to enact uniform marriage and f A T WOOD OO D DAY covered with goods at half prices Sam Gaines will issuo his now paper at divorce laws for the whole country As the prices we name merely give us u chance 1 II F IA Y to get our money out of the goods we cannot afford credit Goods will be sold for Tho Farmers Alliance members of Loxington us soon as ho can secure a ATTORNEYS AT LAW cash only or countrv produce live stock and school claims taken in exchange Ollice over Exchange Hunk Congress aro wielding considerable influ name for it We suggest we navo opened a new department under the charge ot Miss Laura Rawlings Maysville St Mt Sterling Ky ence in that body They have aided by Practice in Montgomery Powell Menifee and Miss Lula Day which is fully stocked with fine Millinery Notions Ladies ft is not euphonious but Wolfe Ureathitt Rowan Magoffin and Mor Furnishing Goods Wall Paper Carpets and Oil Cloths School Rooks and Sup- a rapidly growing public sentiment in gan very significant counties and Superior Court and Court ones Pictures and frames etc etc Mis Rawlings is a thoroughly compet en t favor of tho change caused the House of Appeals Milliner and Dress Maker and we offer you a City Stock to select fiom You can Gon James 1 Robinson rovonuo colget as fine and stylish Millinery and Dresses here as anywhere and at tho very Committco on tho election of President RIGSTAFF lector under tho Cloveland administra QREAR lowest prices Yours etc and Vice President to decide to report tion at Lexington and prominently idenATTORNEYS AT LAW favorably a bill for a Constitutional tified with Lexington city nllairs for sevMT STKHUNO KY amendment providing for the election of 9 eral years died at his homo in that city Senators by popular vote but their Practice in the courts of Montgomery and last week adjoining counties and in the Court of Ap HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY greatest triumph in which they were peals and federal Courts Tho lower houso of tho Genoral Assem- ably aided by tho influence of all the bly last week adopted u resolution in labor organizations was to compel Rep Â¬ TJR J A TAULUEK JOHN M ROSE II C SWANGO tavor of tho election of United States resentative Oates of Alabama Chairman Soimtors by vote of the people and the of sub committee of the Judiciary Hazel Green Wolfe County Frankfort Capital thinks it will probably Committee which recently adversely re KENTUCKY bo some timo before the resolution goes reported Representative Watsons icso DEALERS IN QR J F LOCKJIART into effect Into i for an investigation into tho u Pinkerton Detective Agencies to ask M Tho Capitals choico for a Presidential T HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY omineo is a good square Democrat who the full committco to recommit tho JlffffU wIn n falr outspoken resolution to tho sub committee for furEZRL KY Carry a complete line of Dry Goods Notions Ladies Dress fjaDomocrntic platform that means just Goods Gents Clothing Boots Shoes Hats Patent Medi Â¬ whut it says and cannot possibly bo mis- ther consideration as to tho jurisdiction HOUSE of Congress interpreted Frakfort Capital and sell FOR CASH at prices Ua7ru Grkkn Ky cines Saddles Harness Lobbyists representing the great corpo- Â¬ And that man friend Johnson is John Mas LOU DAY Proprietress lower than ever before seen in Hazel Green A11 goods This house has been recently refitted and Grillin Carlisle rations of the country here are much ex refurnished and the table is at nil times sup guaranteed as represented or money refunded ercised over tho decision of the Houso plied with the best in the market Itntes Simpson Rush was hung at Stanton on reasonable Sample room attached and spe Judiciary Committee to favorably report cial rates to commercial men Patronage is Friday last for tho murder of his wife at the bill which makes a corporation a cit respectfully solicited utily Clay City Juno 10 1890 Win Puckett izen of the State in which it carries on h MAURIN was oxecuted at Irvine on tho same day HOUSE business for all judicial purposes GOODS WITH for beating to death Win Hall at tho hut The House having adopted an amend D November election and Robert Charlton ment to the rules compelling the several WHOLESALE DRY GOODS was hanged at Henderson for tho murder NOTIONS HOOTS SHOES Ac committees toreportallof the appropria- Seeing is Believing III lvufl immmm 0C Zrf mr ri Â¬ News and JP Of P- The Rochester get-up-an- Â¬ 40owo094 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ii Do You Need Money Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ AH Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ nt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ JT T X AY OO Â¬ te Physician and Surgeon Rose Swang o DENTIST nnt Â¬ Â¬ DAY c Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ H NEW NEW H CARPENTER rATLKTTSHUno NEW PRICES of his mistress Â¬ Tho Capital removal question has again been sprung in tho Goneral Assembly and it is understood that Louisville is willing to give 1000 000 to got it Well wager ginseng to ginger cakes and make tho hot without limit that the seat of government remains in tho Benson hills where of right it belongs Rev W B Coopor well known through out this section of tho mountains has been elected Chaplain of tho Frankfort ponitontinry nnd last week assumed the duties of tho position Billy as ho is familiarly known by all his friends is in overy way qualifiod for tho place and n host of friends hereabouts wish him success in his new field of lalmr Â¬ Â¬ Hi J of tho Bluo Grass Blade has been sued for damages in the sum of 10000 by a man named Kinney and in turn ho threatens to sue tho Ken tuokiun Citisen for r0000 for publish- ing an artiolo charging that he had oneo Iwcn m inmate of tho lunatic asylum st hltoulu Lhurley lose the suit against him- self Hud wlnUo one against Uraddock lmll 1 40OQO iiliCNd and tho writer in ttat KeHtucklnUCitiaon will realize that lit method in his madness - Charley Moore I will sell mv plaee consisting of Hi aeres of hind near Hazel 7reen On the plaee Is a -- room dwelling Mubleorll smokehouse bo unfavorable orchard Ae also u The Democrats of the House have at Laud is all cleared hutiJlueh vein of coal 2 aeres For further last succeeded in getting their code of ilitormatinu eall on or address JAlK SIUCKU Hazel Ureen Ky rules adopted after tho debate which The justly lehrated seemed to ho aimlessly stretched out had 0j Perryian steel pens hecome so tiresome to the mouthers that are sold at this oiiico at 10 ceiitiu dozen most of them kept olf the lloor to escape and the hesi pencil in tow n at Ce apiece tion bills within eighty days after the an nouueemeut of the committees at the long sesssion and within forty days after the opening of the short session tho committees will have to do some lively hustling to comply therewith as they luivo hardly began work on any of them yet and tho timo within which they should be reported will expire on the lUh of March So many Democratic members of Con gress refused to bo bound by tho decision of the caucus which was to have been held to night on the silver question that tho caucus was given up and with it the idea of making the free coinage of silver a party question was abandoned for tho present at any rate As announced somo timo ago tho Houso Coinage Committco will next authorize a free coinage bill to bo favorably reported to tho House Next week tho Senate Finance Commit Â¬ tco will also act on Senator Stewarts free coinage bill and tho action will probably Â¬ feGly KY j seTtt WITH Thos Henderson Son WHOIKHAIK O Dealer in General Merchandise CAMPTON KENTUCKY SrSEOS1 KY sa ASHLAND To the People Are vou tired of paying old aeeounts and long prices and do vou want to find a place where you ean buy goods with no loss of time AT PRICKS TIfAT DKFY COMPKTITION ami where you will not he charged with the loss that follows a credit system If so call on me and I will use every ellort in mv power to make our business association both profitable and pleasant With thanks for vour patronage in the past and hoping to have a liberal share of the same in future I nut Most respcetfnlly iKo W HOMNSON TI IE The undersigned takes pleasure in announcing that thevthave just completed ar rangements with the American Book Company that will enable him to sell the school- hooks uiiohcu ii v i iic nunc nourci 01 rmicatlon at Hie followlnc reduced rates McOutteys Smafl Primer X II W1THKUSPOOX Hays New First Arithmetic President Kevised Primer It D HUNTER Cashier Necoud Arithmetic Eclectic Speller 17 Third Arithmetic i First Header 17 ro Kev to same Paid up Capital 20000000 it ii Second Header UI1 Arithmetic ii Third Header Kev tojsame Surplus 6000000 I 50 McOuHcvm 1st Kclectic Jeoirraphy i mirth Header tt This Hunk solicits the accounts of iner ii Fifth Header I 75 ti Eclectic ieography chuiitH furineis traders and InisiiiesH men ii Sixth 1 W 81 l Eclectic tt Jcoirranhv nt neutrally throughout Kasterii Kentucky The above school book iiublieutlons of t ie American Hook Compnnv are well known and otters its easterners every facility mid standards and we shall at all times have a mil supply on baud for sale to school ofliecrs the most liberal terms within the limits of teachers or pup lis at the prices named Other school books published bv the American legitimate haiikiiu net 181 y hook company 137 Walnut Street Cincinnati supplied at eorrespoudinulv low prices T DAY A- CO lliuof llrvcn Ky WIXCllKSTKIt KY WINCHESTER BANK GIEAPEK SGI00L E00K s tt Â¬ 1 1 - FARM FOR SALE I THOROUIH TELEIRAPHYETC iS 3tu IMNjy PENMANSHP IN BOOK KEEPINB SHORT HAND TYPE WRITIHO AT THE BRYANT A STRATTOH BUSINESS COLLEGE SOUTH WEST THIRB AND JEFFERSON STREETS LOUISVILLE KY CATALOGUE FREE INSTRUCTION cymeydtzm ETC UUU V TnD DDI MTT MfT l 1 NKATlY CI I KA PLY and lMUKUlTlY 1 I L3 CVTKl AT THIS OKKUK NmhI vour order 0 r tr Wnlr i M 111 iilninii llllli Illl t liaii nil other paper in the t nil Itieiithitl MtNcilliig Win- stiic nnil moreluiiiH l V1 l ltMei mkhii m through will ilnil It I mm i I L 1 fiiiEEN I Herald - wolfeunty Cnmptoii 1 k lii I I which In -- Momitiiiii cure til isr I null- - ADVKUTISINti HATES Tit NIIV r I IIIjril sold Ills initio town to Kelly Ikh ilu hiIht iIhv for KHI r chool dUtrlet has purclncd niil fur- usm r Mm i of iwkn This is n step in the right direction Mls llimi Uitinir relatives nn Irilsv ttirrnue tftlli ittjtiinr Jitlnrta Thosu who read thit mnv have it ill its worth Fob s i2 ItKrmrrmi mm An vt in ttftini tt II F PIKRATT J lirAliFlnVlV T PIERATT MORGAN COUNTY Dr Thomas bus III Dl 1 1 rrt roiiiiiiuiN H F PIERATT MiMasiaiU LIVE STOCK wrivv ti bO i just returned from n visit fti M VIVOS John Vest frou Johnson county was -1 ka vis- - i i Jl i nome yesterday evening W ll Nickell recently ot west liueny i several days The Attorneys here have been quite buy preparing for Common llens Court in the M llenitt ami wife have been at Ilnrel J- il TltAVlKXT AnvKUTlsiNn taking depositions ete There will Circuit several days being ealled to the bed- inivil IN vdvaniK uinics nc scwiai eases uispohcu oi mho oi tncir son ucrry woo i mcn ik huh rsliisit AUVKItTIKMIMs Dr A II Nikill whs onieil lo SCO i Mrs lollif Klk iim nnil fiimilv uliii lmvi i - UOIltll I inch now is choiip 1J VI been visiting relatives on Stillwater for a few h in Sunday lust Buy youv goods hiclic J A HI irtilnu tn iwwiintinv Ultll Rilllin I MIKIMf days returned home yesterday evening She vtinwf Inches I ft 7 was accompanied bv John Harkcr and his other ladles while on a visit to the cllflsby 4 inches Mlllltll IKI Will accident fell over a clitVnnd received sonic o Inches IU in lis njuries -etho head all ot which could Ill lllilllll lVnrhe rlliirni rates on larucr advertiseiiionts per uns the lilt e ilium liter or T V Stmn vented f Pone Nickcll bad goods to Mrs liiverv budlv burned vestcrdav is renson and tiiiuie on application her of the little rlri HtmnWr an KiierM lOll- IltlVj ir II r II II ttMiliill itmu tin nnini v tit iticnptinK to lV lit SU lino with a ill Aro nvo X a mii readiiiK matter 10 cents on flint- i liiisinoqa more nnd when uncle Sam Dennis comes to III IU IIH J lllliuimlllii lie brings a long bandied maul nnd mcivlyVor mid for Ms Sillic King wife of Oliver King in town ut more nas urgem iniNine n V when iiony i reek taTI county died at nor resi- - slipn in butwaKiev two vicious dogs with tins ol n tpeei etc ic Obituaries uiiMiirs brings is to sell I s kiaIiA If way to it rmny ilium imir an II illness 01 him The trouble is this Asa White Nlckcll Hue I Olllll SIX WOHIS 10 WIC line HUM eiHI hvuvc iiim vsiiiun said she has commenced studying medicine under way We will write about two weeks Her everybody is to sell iiionev with tho manuscript iiiKi ne grip bituarlos and iiiiiwii ni r oeiits line Pro- Â¬ Dr A H Nickell at this place and as yet Cash to wo is Ii- i Miirriiin nnil iliilli iiitiiiM lint tViidilll II CI1 u no skeleton has been obtained for the young ten lines solicited and published lltii Stiiunicr has beeiidangeroiiHly ill for mans study duce l It 11 i lit ll rtwl Vl unoiit icn iiiivb wnii iiiecrin ami iiiieunioniii I aii Some slobbcr mouth liar bus recently been hnvp extended tho Credit Syutein until wo nro eompollcd to closo our rAVAIUK UUAHTKKIY ox DKMANIi combined lie is now somewhat proved working on bis record by circulating a ru Kill in uiiiilillnii iiimii umliiiit jMuiiiiii vHIMl i bonks and we respectfully ask those who owo us to come in and pny ynrt unirai AlltlrCSS UUIIli mor some distance from here that there was OlliMIli IillOreeii Ky mm i i r u Hael Kiiiiin 3S eases of grip in Kzel Ho missed it J82 or nil of your note r account Trusting you will heed Ih c wm l ill ru iiitniin nun in CO II P PIEBATT o as there has only been three cases in town Very respcetfully xe inlay last ot lever liVklus died on i is raging in umlerstaud that at thetiino of his death be this winter and while the grip Hums Mav of White Oak was licit this was residing with his mother on Hirams the country there is not a case iu town now tl vopiu imhj 11 i nor any otner sickiicss Jlrnucli only a short distance from town week buying cattle in other towns and sections of country with JAY-EYE-S-EE Hev V A Savage began a protracted u btild ni iIkihim nnil there is 110 mceung in mis puce i asi iiiurMiny hiku alarm raised but let some person hear a llollin Knsli has accepteil a position in the It will continue duriiiL this weckand us long Mu J I Cabk Hickory rovo Farm home the next thing you store of I T Day Co Wis sayBt AnurtrylnR a as results win jiismy no win oeussisieu man smeze ina Kzel andhas struck our town hear is that plague every Itnown romody 1 removeda b largo liuneli his brother from deorgotown Ky who Those who are acquainted with the place by of two yeara sUuidlng from o yoar old fluy Harlan Heatty of Hcnttyville was a guest will be here Tuesday Willi tiirconppncuuouHoi know that Kzel is one of the most healthlul of V McCiuiro this week Mr AT Hurst has sold bis property in towns in Kastern Kentucky but the Psalmist II llollon the said that the heathen would rage and im town to our County Clerk Mr Hurst started to agine vain things and so it is Several of our citizens attended Common tirice paid being i V beard He will nurcbase a HMT Texas nu last Tuesday Feb 8 02 Ills tho boHtpropnratlon I havoavei 1lcas Court at Campton this week or I liourtlly recommend It to all Horsemen home in Texas and liis family will join him VMt Lthnrty VIhih Taulbee paid our town a Hying about the first of next May Dick hundred cf such tatlmontal Whiskey nud the grip have quite a hold on On yesterday Ijuiioii Shackelford son of Wednesday for the first time in a long Dink Shackelford ol Lee county uinl a some of our people visit AskyourilnniRtetforlt Ifho Price 8150 prrbol iriJiliVflHI Sc staiinm or nil ver for trliu box k doemiot kwiltnwiili nfltiVTUVl while of Levi Couch of this county Fonzo McGuire a boy Horn to the wife of CX WhlU5lmll N Y AV 11 JVajfflTaADKiAiii was killed bv a tree falling on him or rather Misses Iillie Allen Sabina Taulbee and a large limli from a falling tree He lived last Wednesday night ney mmmmvmm wmmmM n The war talk is all over news and iiinni i w n ConTMcGuirc paid our oftice a pleasant call about two hottrsattcr the accident occurred He had been cutting timber lor saw logs scarce and mud plentiful Heres the littlo Jeweler of Ezel Monday A Itnmlftoiiiv Kiiilorstinont and two other men were cutting or sawing Hro West preached a warm sermon to a Turned to n Watch tho timo to tell Prmic INSTitrcTioN Wc court comparison and defy competi down the tree while Shackelford was sitting cold crowd ot Christians Sunday night OlKirrOI SlMKllINTKNIllNT down resting himself when the limb that He is on his knees Give us the whole IlKltAlt this week for tion when it comes to job printing Send had caught in tho top of another tree fell FkaNKIoiit Ky Febtl -- J As the public sees well asall the rest the patent part is good as on liin for estimates And a prayer Ismudo To whom it may concern Mrs James Kendall who died lastThurs For the Jewelry trade J H llollon nnd C C Hnnk have just day will be much missed by the community the Hani Prof Win II Cord Principal of Not that hes bunted Dr Nickell of Kzel was this week called returned from Frankfort Mr llollon went as she was quite a lacior in houivvj Green Academy is hereby recommended as Or his trade has rusted to our town in consultation with Dr Taul- to take the Assessors book and make settle ns times are tight M3 fdGfn Vvfl Hut J i P Salyer and W W Mcdiirc arc both a competent Institute Instructor His edument with the Auditor They said they bee in the case of Uerry Iicratt He thought It right of Simpson Hush Ullltlurv n rir rirnli ImliN- of this il strict cation experience iu tcacbinu moral char rwitnessed the execution i To sell goods lower esaw Hushs Thev are blessing the dear people now and at Stanton on their return Caskey and wife the venerable history and confession which they pur dont you torget it Than over before William acter and devotion to school work combine nwn i Slin wind W T chased nnd brought backwitb them His parents of our worthy postmaster Hailroad ties is the topic of the working to make his services desirable to County Su American Wutchcs 500 was one of from bis own statements this section ns it is the only thing s U IrttBm n i Cnskcy linve been quite ill for several days deedblackest of crimes vvtb Plunks lr0 Ho made a speech pimple of every boy and man can get em perintendents who appreciate the importhe - -- that most Walnut Spring in length and prayed ployment at Unit wjslies to work past about 20 to 25 minutcH tance of employing able conductors Iookh si Hupcrior qual Â¬ Cfiop while on an apparently verv earnest prayer Respectfully Miss Lane Taulbee left for Mt Sterling thesciuTold It C Chapman of Tazewell county Va His re or bottles 10 He filing 24 minutes ity of Sewing Machine Oil Kt PoitTKit Thompson ngnin assume the duties mains were urouglit up to lorreniouiuou m left for bis home Sunday morning alter a T F CARR Thursday and will ecnts Respectfully nee Miss charge of by his father Win Hush pleasant stay with us His wife The of housekeeper for her brother Dr Kreek be taken iniji Notice He protested his innocence to the last but Hirdie Mav accompanied a him surprise to the riage of tbis couple was as showed bis guilt Taulbee did it in such terms We will sell on the JOlh day of February people of this place 1892 all our live stock mules and some EMTB Common Pleas Court convened yesterday TlIK IlKKALl is just now enjoying nn unFeb 8 02 horses nnd household goods on 12 months MT STERLING KY morning with Hon S II Patrick on the precedented boom all along the line New bench The following jurors were empan time All amounts under ri cash iu hnnd Miiytowrn MImnIIvh C Purchasers must give note at 0 per cent in Capital 200000 subscribers are coming in advertising space eled for tho present term of Court Surplus 30000 Mrs K H May is quite sick terest per annum with approved security is plentiful Perkins Granville Evans S C Alexander is iu demand and job printing Camp The sale will take place in the town of David Kidd J K CockerhamT J Stephen Miss Flo Childers is very sick J M HIGSTAFF President IHAAC KlKINH ton in supply Vice President son James M Spencer Vachibald Oibbs G L K1RKPATRICK Willie J Dennis is convalescent Hocxi David W T Tvler K F Cable A H Landrum W W THOMSON CiiHliicr W F KlKINH Mrs M A Repass is improving slowly The CbriBtiau church at this place will J W Sallev A C Klkins Henry Day A J John Cockkiwam organ The church members llollon Waiter Dcane I N Williams J II Mrs W P Sample is improving slowly soon put in an We respectfully solicit the business of mer Campton Ky Feb H i2 or m H JlaiiKs James is not expected to wanted an organ Folks T Mack Ilatton J II union nnd W chants limners trailers mm uiiniucnn mAunt Drady Wilson Kyans or a majority ol them have Roberts generally througliont Eastern Kentucky A live for ii long time It will add greatly to the II Reynolds general blinking business done Give un n Several bad 11 The grip is still in town Attornevs present W W McGuire nnd chance to send you a bank book pay your wc congratulate them music and Wils Lvkins West Liberty J W Rose cases reported checks and loan you money when in need Co Successors to J A Laii Maytown J M Kasb and A P Lneey Ha W W TllOMIHON Cash n u iiitbcr is beautiful Hope the grip Day left Thursday morning for zel Green J D Atkinson Stanton H t Willie LEXINGTON KY will pass otf with the winter 74 E Main Stiikbt Curd points below mid will try for a situation in Dnv Mt Sterling Charley Col Lwell lack M Dnv Miss Nannie Horton of Campton is visitWholesale Dealers iu is a well son 1 M Hentlev and Willie some printing office ing her sister here Mrs George Rogers Hcattvville T C Johnson ZT Durst behaved honest boy and wo can commend L Hurst J C Lykins A F Hyrtl A II Mrs Win Prater died this morning at her Straight Kentucky Whiskies Stamper Campton and R H Hurst luck son inlaws Hiram Protntts near this place desiring a type setter him to anyone sou c H E Mav is himself again and was es Wines Brandies who died It years ago tho A considerable number of young men of corted to tfie Academy at your town Sunday Win Murphy w are making ineir FINE OLD WHISKY A SPECIALTY this by T M Caniioy 7th of this month requested that on that go toplace this Spring If arniiiKuinciur the Texas fever Texiw miHsed CIGARS AND TOBACCO f Vni Iilinrtv tif ir day each year there should be meeting at continues to rage at its present rate our shaking humid with bis um jm here vestcrdavfor Wallis Admits for Old Pucli Old Pepper Old bis bouse In accordance with that request town will lie almost nepopiiiuivu emigration friends Rah Tarr and Old Taylor ion concerning this matter of Rov J T Pieratt preached there last Sun- does not and will not change the facts of tho Dock Kasb of Red River was hero SunMT STERLING KY DINGFELDEU no ones mind with re day Despite the cold of January h found case and will change day WITH gard to it but we are inclined to the lielier a fair Rose which cannot be excelled lor -iiitf When you wnnt a business boom inTllK that voting men and older ones too who Cmslgninent of nrodiico and tho A est as WlSQlK8H Feb 8 92 piitrommc of Mountain Merchants respect first see that you give the paperan anticYpnte going to Texas ll or going Mill l llHO IlKUAU uliIII JeMly icim rVVii i tttev are pieiisuu CO hilly solicited M advertisement This done you can bo its off In mad haste but they should look be- BREATHITT COUNTY thc J R Sharp Uruce Trimble TO Denton Mired that you will be treated with the same fore thev loI Importers and Jobbers of dark When a man is doing reasonably Taulbio Tinkling courteous consideration that other advertis- the he should have very strong reasons to well DENTON SHARP TRIMBLE The wife ot Wayne Taulbee is very low ers receive believe that he is going to better his condi with the grip One exvhangc DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS tion before he makes an MT STERLING KY LogauTerrells infant child tiled on the ftli llrceders should keep an eye on the col who will do well iu this country will In all suveewith croup of now a II J Trcacy king of itroo uliiiv do iwell iiuii ie imiii lllwt IU II Inst Minna of this paper to Cincin Noh M7 WO nnd Al- lmost other countries mm m or S S Taulbee nnd wife started purchase Shoes borsomen in the blue grass w ill next week lailure here will in niiiety iuiie cases out nati lastSnndiiy where Sewell will West Main Street lmics that should lead our a hundred proven failure wherever he place a stock or goons oiler some inducements Goods Ones success iu any country in any LOUISVILLE KY Mrs Hen Carpenter Is suffering with con nterprising farmers to invest in blood in miv profession calling occupation or family have already Five of her nn business undertaking in life depends nlmos sumption that brings money nnd entirely upon the energy industry ken- - died with that dread djseasti Â¬ KiLstirn goods It seems that I am the only inconvenient Mrs Sally Neul f Warrcnsburg Mo ar- economv wiui n lhc reason what one wool call a vorrcspondeittoTHi HlltAll lUtACTKAI tucky while it is not inas and vast Iilvs so I have ll ru r rived here Saturday evening nnd is now ces new clmutry it is uidevc bmed as to IS Oil IIVtIMIIII 111 I S teacher in the Acad resources ol mineral wvimu dots on Saturday to Insure pub- BLACKSMITHS andlWAGOH to send mv stalled as nn assistant penetrated by railroads upon all sides lication tho following week HAZEL GREEN KY emy If students continue to pour in like ing years at most only a matter of a few J Perry Taulbee Sr who wns a citizen of Cord Miiilit is v i weeks Prof Hlacksinltlilug of all kinds Rollcitcd and came iiiv tuiui fiw WIICI v IIISlllll IIICJ MUli IWI iio men this eountv but now of Daysboriugh rein work promptly done We iimkit a specialty ti iiiniv 1st Inst to visit ir to nave more tne niiuo r says ho will have to this section on the wagons ami guarantee iVliiulH and while here was taken of building 2 borse There arc now 131 enrolled and still they IIOIIIS mill work A ACRES I lllllcH nontnlllilli ill with the rlp He is very low all yivnii every sudilcnlv ill iilin ii r Inilibtcil to till from Turin Sterling nil In grass except H ling section of the State We have who t this w riling and his family have been no Mt eonie ol those must eniiio reis ii to believe that many firm or either of us for work good soil good Improvements and in i iiiiwkv now will tiliod cash or satisfactory terms will acres neighborhood with an excellent or Herry Pieratt the little son of J M Pic emigrate e iroiu good in this and settle and chased deiise The officer of this county were ileiniilided for all work done hereafter - chard and convenient to good schools ratt is still quite ill He is at the residence in a few years after having npurpose of beMM fill- tlllHl lllltrOIIIILU anil SOsection u few days ugo for the I nliiintoms ot wealth nu iiiiinnion churches and pnstofllcc It Is a hlco home aw lingo mi it i o is uncle w i 0ut i or pernaps nrrisiiiiir lell Minlth mVW 111111119 e and must be seen lo be npprcoiutcd 1 will nuoug 00IIH fork of wen every attention that loving hearts and will- linrmiln illilll Villi llO HI llllli il t1 Roekv Mountains nnd IMlederator He is now in and Oregon or lis a i lug tho State if application is made before I jHijj Ing hands can give him His father and tho iiiIk of laws are be Vew M tIlllkM1IIi The rent it J loriJ0 or California look back upon ljvirv rlcly vuforoed iu this count mother have been with htm constantly Dr ALSO A farm or AHOtT HIS ACRES near Kzel Taulbee the attending diysician thinks EaVn Ken tuck Rlaekwator Morgan county known as w Livery Feed and Sale Stable on Miles Kasb aim about 100 acres clcur the ed iiml in cultivation nud the bnlaiicc In of pride j p i J ij J lhl lv IIlxtM Uncle Dave Whitakcr preached o IB wl HAZEL GREEN KY timber This farm IsMiisccptibleofdlvlHloi t Up a uful e I will divide It lo suit purilimn r and take JJ iu this place last Sunday wmj rcrit pride rco nltew to mourn her Iom Methodist Church jLtf Douhlu nnd Single a few good horses In pnrt payment and givo hc meeting and those who attended Itlgs nud Saddle Horses liberal terms un tho balance 1 him Parties convey excellent sermon Feel- - U H ihe eoiinlry She was buried in be lanlly that be delivered for hire dlKtf w hen a EM ry fd to auv point on rcanoii- that an of ing good over bis good work the day before able terms nor to what u tt us with the lattcst urk be on Monday presented -ii ml iii nil IfilU for nue- in i IcrrylHn steel tenH o to Urea t rtsisiiejut i in WIW y j A in id best possum wc huvo seen this season exlelt Its nliiio KHolt bus Hess ot tlU kliul ure wild at thin office at 10 cent tinucerlng nud doxon ltcsIC tllllly iVl for wli iuh ho has our thank nud the bout pencIMn town Ht 5c uplvce JDJIV II PlIvnVJT goes the wish that he ma v continue to do wh0 111S Millieleit surp uh fhat same imiu can do well stock his inrm good alwas - - mmUBUaau9B COUNTRY PRODUCE and l rrtxivi Wfcv rvt VfXf Ok WfTr WiMlftll 9 ISmSliTluirll - rrr I - onuHy i Good People Play Progression while they aiv this our 1 the tjino 1 1 a I - rLl Bnilol 11 11 11 ttn T Wc want buy more - rillllllll11 j il 1 11 I 1 I I4 1 1 Ail mi I 11 1 I 1 business not health but for the profit pleasure nor everybody And the make it profitable the cheaper than anybody And tosell or Country are going dofor thai what nMii m Jll iiiit 1 I 1 iailaitt iuw J Â¬ i I itia iu I rv mBWv QW j 113 1 Â¬ Siri Diitok 7 Juy-KyiKSciOlUcliio - OUINNS OINTMENT son-in-la- lilY Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ia Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ j Jrut nutfui Â¬ Traders Deposit Bank Â¬ V Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - S STRADEll SON Â¬ Â¬ Trimble Bros WHOLESALE Â¬ Â¬ BE 1m Â¬ ltt 1 1 11 kl J ROBINSON Â¬ Â¬ - I 1 1 Â¬ Have Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ii mj - ROSE DeBUSK Â¬ Â¬ complete line Clothing Hats Boots and Gents Furnishing inspection of We solicit and guarantee pri our articles satisfactory recommended ivm-m-- NVCKJr -- Z VtSSi K- HARMS FOR SALE I 1 I Â¬ t 1 1 - T I I 1 1 J ir M - mcltrHWeK lttl sasfts Sbf aasaaJss ftg JJi Slir J yc jTh pieratt I ir tx no1r vj bs i oleMY - 1 - Tuhmm E j uu 1 tiiyit O 1 tlc V V w4nhf - t5T Jk iligM for I Then you may aaUl John am anxious to bo at homo with my wifo You can toll him that I have so eurcd tho money and that I will not bo in day after to morrow That is all I believe And now thnnking you again for your assistance I will go but first beg you to come and sco us at any time you feel so disposed I shall ThankB replied Pearson avail myself of your kind invitation and before many days you will sco mo In return for your at your houso goodness Mr Green Harry went on I must beg 3011 to remember what I said awhile ago and if it comes in my way to sorvcyou only let me know Then with a firm hand pressure John turned from tho office and rode away toward his sod cabin on tho prairie Harry Pearson from his position by the window looked after him until he disappeared from view then slapping himself on the thigh exclaimed half aloud The victory is won nnd the game Is mine I swore to havo Louise Green for my own and I will John Green is in my power effectually for It was my money that ho got from Mills nnd it is He can never pay I that holds his note and within a month or so his thedobt money will bo gone and then ho will bo at my mercy Mercy Hah I dont know anything of such stuff What do I care for John Greens sufferings or what becomes of that They might die sick wife of his of starvation for all I caro if thero And was not another in tho case yet John Green imagines I am a good man and a benefactor Poor fool ho kindaean can he hare In aiding me Ho cannot hopo to make anything out of me for I have nothing You havo not property Mr Green but you havo that which is of far moro value to both yourself and him You havo a daughter and it is her ruin ho is working to Seraggs cried John with livid faco be careful what you say I am careful Grcon and I would to Ilciivcn It was not noeessary to say what I am about to tell you Hut as a husband and a father I fool it my duty to speak out and warn you against Harry Pearson I know his purpose for ho has stated it to me He has do signs on your daughter and knowing that he cannot win her by fair means he seeks to do it by entrapping you in his toils John looked at Seraggs in a dazed way for some time evidently halting between two opinions or else mixed up in a medley of ideas Seraggs manner and delivery were so earnest that it was hard to believe him insincere but on tho other hand it was equally hard to think of Pearson as an unprincipled libertino after all his unostentatious kindness Another man might have been able to form n correct conclusion in the premises but John Green hon- Â¬ est open frank truthful soul that he was was slow to chango opinions of a person especially when ho was called upon to exchungo a good opinion for a bad one Ho had formed a high opin- Â¬ ion of Pearson and considered him a true unselfish friend while as for Seraggs his opinion of him had never been of the best Seraggs words put him in a quandary and ho knew not what to say or how to proceed but finally after the silence began to grow awkward ho spoke This is a surprise to me Mr Seraggs he said and I do not know what to think of it Pearson has been kind in aiding me and I never dreamed CHOOL AND VV Hazel Green Herald SPlMOftll OOOFXB raMlator AZIL Q111K HOLD O t HANDS hoo t KY Jim and Jon tunt h you Ovor in tno Kurdcn tlioro JLooltln how tliolr onlonfl i And how tho pon vlncsll boar And totnatorn Jon and Jim Swlngin hold o hnnds they ro Ilcr a ltttlo thing and him Six foot high or so Theyve been married a good spoil Aint so youngs haint novor been Ilnndsomo nor dont do so well Hnd to dig In Ab they might Glttln tho mortgage off tholr lot Llvo real closo for Jim aint worth Ovor much And ylt thcyvo got Jest a heaven on earth I dont Itnow how tis might say Cause they had it rough and bad Iloth oomo up most any way Jon Hho had a drlnlrin dad Ills fnmly want hit concern Jim wa loft an orphan foro Up was growed and had to earn What ho ot and woro tnlnt that They sort o amllo On this hero life and thoy wring Comfort out ont all tho whllo Comfort out o ovorythlng Out o nothln Hcom- ns though They dont have no troubles nor Dont oven begin to know What folks has omor Ylt - Nor that aint tho hull thoros more Ho thinks hIios a rcglnr saint And Hho sots poworful storo Long o him ItH lovo haint Nover aco tho beat Ylt sho Knows him and ho understands Her Thats Jim nnd Jen you see Swlngin hold o hnnds Emma A Opper In Judge pW nfTtowfPHTFflRT Ml oitrrN makis anotjiek loan After a short lolny John Greens turn tninc nnd ho was ushered into Mr Mills Harry Pearson was private office thurc and ho received Green with a Welcoming smile as he roso and said Mr Green I am sorry you have been Jclayed so long but it could nor be helped I pleaded with my friend Mills to make an exception of your case on account of your sick wife and bring you in before your turn but Mr Mills Is very conscientious and systematic in his business affairs and ho refused to do it Said perhaps some of tho others were in as close places as you were ete However now that you aro hero I hopo Mr Mills will make ns much haste as possible and let you go John murmured his thanks for all this Interest on tho part of Pearson then turning to Mills said I suppose you aro aware of the object of my visit You want Certainly said Mills money and tho first thing to do is to list tho property you propose to givo as security lust call over tho articles while I noto them down John named over tho articles to Â¬ gether with a description of each one including his two horses tho harness wagon plows and other form property Now asked Mills when tho list was complete how much money do you expect to get on these I havent made up my mind to any I only particular sum said John know that I have given you in every cent of throe hundred dollars worth of property ropoated Mills Three hundred Could you sell it lor that amount No I supposo I could not under CHAPTER XVI feet year or thoy nay bo worth it next year but that han nothing to do with tho proscnt timo Were dealing with tho proscnt nnd Ill mako you a loan on tho present valuo of your property Ill advance twenty five dollars on it Only Great heavens cried John twenty fivo dollars Only twenty fivo dollars Mills re- Â¬ I wouldnt do that if your peated friend and my friond Mr Pearson hadnt interceded in your behalf I would rather not take tho business at all and but for him I wouldnt offer to advance more than ten dollars But if you want to tako twenty five you can have it Please decide quickly though for my time is precious and othors aro in waiting I cant accept so small an amount I can do John replied promptly better I will lot it go at fifty but no less Then our business is at an end said Mills as ho aroso and started toward tho door I nold on Mills Pearson called want to speak with you a moment Mills and Pearson withdrew to the opposite side of tho room nnd talked for somo time in low tones John did not hoar a word that passed between them but ho felt assured that Pearson was arguing for him and when at last they came back and sat down he was assured of this for Mills said at once Mr Green I am going to mako an exception of your caseand advanco you fifty dollars I wouldnt do it for an Â¬ other man on earth and I ought not do it for you It is taking a great i isle and besides it is setting a bad precedent However Mr Pearson sayB your wife is in a bad way and ho has pleaded with mo for her sake to show a liberal spiritand against my judgment Ive con Â¬ sented for once to mingle charity with business I must ask you to keep this transaction quiet at least the amount of tho loan must remain a secret John readily consented to this small request and Mills proceeded to make out the papers and a few minutes later John Green emerged from the privato office with fifty dollars in his pocket Fifty dollars did I say Yes fifty dollars less Mills commis sions and interest which were eight dollars for a sixty dajs loan three per cent per month for interest and five per cent per month for commissions A small matter truly and an insignificant sum Only eight dollars for the use of forty two dollars for two months At that rate if Green had made the loan for a year he would have received two dollars in cash while the remaining forty eight would have gone for inter- Â¬ est and commission on the two Ah a blessed thing is the chattel mortgage and blessed is the man who owns one It was a fortunate thing for the poor settlers that Mills made short timo loans only That feature was the only redeeming one in his system When John left the office Pearson fol Â¬ lowed him and the honest trustful farmer embraced the opportunity to thank Harry again for his interest and trouble Its all right Mr Green Pearson said and 3011 owe me nothing Tho favor I rendered you if you persist in calling it a favor was nothing more than any man should do for another I am sorry we were not able to make bet Â¬ ter terms with Mills but we were for Â¬ tunate to do so well as we did If at amy time I can render you a service just let me know and you shall find me ready to do anything that lies in my power You aro going home direct I Â¬ CHURCH Tho first GcruiAn university was at Prague A new law school building is being erected at Cornell Harvard collego has 210 courses in liberal arts and sciences The late Bishop Paddock be Â¬ queathed his entire privato library to Trinit3 college The gifts of llishop Warron ani family to Denver university arc said to aggregate about 100000 you for tho warning you give and I promise to be on guard To be on guard to my purpose Green you must guard against accept ing any favors at Pearsons hands In other words luvp out of his power It was because I know what I do that I I proposed to let you have 11101103 made the ofFer to save the girl from his clutches I have a daughter m3self and whatever else mu3 be said of me no one can sa3 that I am not a friend of virtue I am sorr3 3011 borrowed that mone3 of Mills but it is done and we must make the best wo can of it If the worst comes I will write or tele Harrys graph to uncle in Ohio and have him come out Seraggs for the moment failed to recall Hlatchfords name and he little dreamed how much he missed in doing so for had ho known the relation that existed between tho Greens and Hiram Hlatchford and had Green known the identit3 of Pearson as tho mention of Hlatchfords name would have led to a world of bodiby and mental suffering would have been spared tho poor unfortunate Greens Hut as it was they parted so John going on homeward in a state of great while Seraggs mental perturbation drove toward Magic City resolving in his mind various schemes for thwarting Harry Pearsons nefarious plans Green is such a confiding honest soul he mused that Pearson will have no diflicult3 in coming over him with those suave manners of his If he had a littlo knowledge of humanitj nnd wasnt such a trustful fool might be able to do something for him but as it is I have little hope Some people are the blamedest fools in tho world and John Greens one of em here Scruggs hit his hor10 a vicious rap to alleviate his feelings of disgust Hes allowed Pearson and went on to bamboozle him into going to Mills and fool like he thinks Pearson has done him a great favor I dont see why in tho devil somo people are al wi3s so anxious to lick the dust from the feet of rascals and Seraggs brought his horse another cut Now Ive got to get Green out of this scrape if it can bo he continued done Ive got to buy that noto froir Mills if hell sell It Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 I that he could have a dark purposo in it and I can hardly believe that such can be the case even now Hut I thank Â¬ I AM GLAD I MET YOU GItKKN little dreams how dearly he will have to XN I I I suppose No I ought- - to let Seraggs know that I have secured the money so that ho need not put himself to the trouble of raising it for me I will go to his office first and then be oil for home This arrangement did not suit Pear Â¬ son as was plainly evident from tho frown that came to his face Yet ho dared not openly oppose it lest he ex Â¬ cite his victims suspicions It was nec essary to the succcess of his plans that Green be kept awuy from Scruggs and ho resolved that he should be if possi- Â¬ ble and if a meeting must take place between tho men ho would manage to bo present to hold Seraggs in check Curse Scruggs anyhow ho mused Tho old fool has got his head set against me and ho wont hesitate to tako nny step to thwart my schemes I wish hed never got into the secret of my intentions relative to Louise Green He threatened to blow on mo once and it will bo just like him to do it Hut pshaw what need I fear from that Havent I got Greens confidence and dont ho tako my word for everything I need fear nothing from Scruggs for I can easily disprove all ho says Still if Green can bo kept away from him all Â¬ pleased was he with tho way affairs were tending that Harry Pear- Â¬ son slapped himself again and indulged in a satisfied chuckle after which ho went on Wonder how old Hlatchford will feel when he discovers one of theso fino mornings how well I havo served him Wonder what he will think when ho wakes up suddenly to find that I his trusted agent have gone oft with his granddaughter and several thousands It will break his heart of his money to lose tho money and it ought but it aint likely he will lose any sleep on the girls account Hod rather give up every relative he has than to part with a dollar Such old eussos as he is need to stand a heavy loss to bring them to their senses For a long time Peorson remained at the window musing over his schemo and congratulating himself on tho llattering prospects of its successful issue It was a deop loid and well matured plan for embezzling a largo amount of Hlatchfords money and with Louise for hu mistress fly to a distant land whero ho would live in So pay for all the kindness I show him Loulso is tho price and she shall bo mine Of course I cannot marry her and I would not if I could but n pretty mistress is just as good or better for then when am tired of her I can soon get her off my hands 1 The American IHble society at its November meotlng granted 82000 for IHble work in China Grants of books were also made to the valuo of about SI 144 including consignments to tho noddys Venezuela La Plata and Mexico agencies Among the periodicals now pub Â¬ lished by tho Johns Hopkins university in Haltimore are tho American Chemical Journal tho American Journal of Mathematics and the American Jour- Â¬ nal of Philology A largo number of tho professors of tho university aro contributors to theso periodicals As a nucleus for an endowment for Simpson college Indlanolo la tho Friends havo determined to raise 100 000 To start the movement William Huxton Ksq of Carlisle la offers to pay one tenth of the wholA amount Mr Huxtons subscription is availablo when i20000 more arc subscribed The historic chapel in York street England where George Walworth Cla3ton preached and Robert Brown ing was baptized has been adopted b3 tho London Congregational union as headquarters of a forward move1500 have been Moro than ment spent in repair and tho building was reopened as Browning hall Prof Harry Rowland the physicist at the Johns Hopkins universit3 has just finished grinding a perfect screw to be fitted into an improved form of his dividing engine with which he is able to draw lOOOO lines regularly to the inch With this new machine ho will be able to draw a million lines to the inch with regularit3 but tho limit of the vision in the microscope is about 100000 lines The Hoston Congregationalistwith a view of getting accurate information as to the Sumhrv church attendance took a census of church goers in eleven wards of that 0U3 on August 10 There were twent3 two churches or missions which were closed and seventy four in which services were held Of theso sixt3 ono were Protestant eleven Cath- Â¬ olic and two Jewish houses of worship The results of the census were tabulated us follows Protestant 21f7G Jew 182 Catholic 10J11 total 71009 The population of the wards examined was Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 172141 MUSICAL Homo PRECOCITY of Great AstnnlHhliiir Instances Gonitis In Children grandeur It is a singular fact that a gift for music will show itself earlier than aii3 other kind of gift Mozart displajed his bent for music at tho ago of three He wouid climb up on a piano stool and pick out the simplest concord of notes major thirds on various parts of the ko3 board Of course Mozart must bo regarded as an exceptional case for he was the greatest musical genius that has ever lived How mucli more generous his gifts were than thoso of other musical children must be scea in tho way in which he took up tho Ho simply amused himself violin with it but no ono ever took his work scriouty until one day thero camo to his fathers houso Herr Wentzl with six now trios of his own composition Wentzl phi3ed first violin Ilerr Schachtner tho court trumpeter second violin and Mozaits father the bass Littlo Mozart begged to be allowed to pla3 second violin but his father reproved liim su3ing he hud never had aii3 instruction on the instru Â¬ n rmrii nirmirv tixiv i mtPnmiTa i present clrcumstuuccs John admitted No you could not Hut could you Bell it for two hundred dollars Not at present No nor you couldnt sell it for ono hundred could you I expect not Nor fifty I dont know Perhaps I couldnt Hut roxmnnber that Is no criterion of worth Nothing soils now but food Hut It is a criterion of worth Mr Mills corrected Green It is n crite- Â¬ rion of valuo becauso n thing Is only worth what It will soil for Wo govern our loans by what tho property would fetch If It was sold to day and not what It might bo worth if times woro good And monoy plenty Ordinarily your thtuRb might sell for three hundred dol- Â¬ lar They might have been worth that tho better Then aloud Poanon said I can see Scruggs for you Mr Green as I am going right up to his office and any message you wish to deliver to him I can deliver and save you tho timo and trouble Thanks said John but I think I I owo it to had better go myself his offer Seraggs after roplled Pearson Very well then seeing that it would be useless to object wo will go up together So tho two men walked away in tho direction of Seraggs office and in duo timo arrived thero to nnd Seraggs away Ho has gone out in tho country Peerson remarked glancing at a card that lay on tho desk and thoro is no tolling whon ho will return Probably ho will not bo back boforo night If you wish I will deliver your mossage to him and you need not wait sullicient to keep oft hunger for any great length of time and he realized that unless Mary began to recover soon so that he could seek employment he would in a few weeks be without means again with nothing more to mortgage Musing thus with many misgivings and dark forebodings John at last camo face to face with a man in a buggy It was Seraggs I am glad I met you Green Seraggs I havo been out in quest of said somo money and luckily I was fortu Â¬ nate enough to get It So If you havo time to go back with mo wo can fix tho business up to day I am over so much obliged to you Mr Seraggs replied John but I havo secured a loan through Pearsons as Â¬ sistance from Mills I camo by your office to inform you I am sorry that you havo gone to so much troublo for nothing I dont care for tho troublo Green said Seraggs but Im sorry you bor- Â¬ rowed that money of Mills Harry Pearson tho better Mark my words Green you will pay doarly for all tho old Pearson gives you and tho day will como when you will wish with all your heart that you had novor seen 1 am at a loss John said to un- Â¬ derstand you Mr Seraggs Thats because you do not underÂ¬ stand Pearsons motives Why what motives except one of In the meantime Green was jogging homeward and he too was busy with IIo had se Â¬ thoughts and musings cured a little money but It was not ment TO UK CONTINUED An Aslmr Why so Hecauso tho less you have to do with him The professional mendicant doesnt care to bo called a common beggar out sido of business hours A diverting stor3 credited to Mrs Androw Lang brings this point Into clear reliof In the du3s of 1113 childhood sho sa3s a friend of my own was informed 113 a favorite housemaid that sho wished to glvo warning as she was going to bo married Indeed said tho lady and what is your futuro husband Please 111 A what hos an nskor An asker I dont understand What does ho do Well m ho ho goes about tho streets and If ho sees anyono com ing along that looks kind he well he just stops em and asks em to glvo him a trifle and ho makes quite a comfortable living that way Do you mean a beggar Well m somo people do call It that wo call it asker Chi cago Times What is that3oung mans namo What young man papa Tho ono who stayed till aftor twclvo oclock Ills name hi William papa Hill for I supposo so Bhort Well it boy Isnt cornplote Not complete No What noto is that ought to bo Gas Hill for short And it That Is A answered Josaf but H tho old man wont down Into tho collar Harped and hold a luutera up to the meter is just a triilo too high Young People once mor Â¬ -- Ono need not havo learned in order to play second violin said Mozart Schachtner interceded and the boy was allowed to play tho second violin part along with him Herr Schachtner I in a letter to Mozarts sister srys tlint soon remarked with astonishment I was quite superfluous I put my violin down and looked at your father down whose cheeks tears of wonder and de light were running and so ho played all six trios The delicacy of tho ear of some gifted musicians is marvelous Mozart sometimes played on Herr Schtichtners violin and again on his own Oii3 Your day ho said to Schachtner violin is tuned half a quarter of a tone lowor than mine if it is tuned as it was whon I last played on it Thov sent for Schachtners violin and found by comparison that tho boy was right This reminds mo of Josef Hofnion A friond of inino used to wear on hi watch chain a pitch pipe tuned to tho of tho Steinway piauo which at tlm timo was a more trlilo higher than the You know pitch standard pitch measured by vibrations the middle making ovor four hundred and fifty l tho second My friends pitch plpo was thirty two vibrations too higha vetf Bmuil amount Ono ovening ho and I wero talking and laughing with littleÂ¬ Josef in tho corridor at tho Metropolitan opora houbo whon my friond sud denly sounded his plpo and said to the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HOME A HINTS - AND HELPS A Tounff THE RIGHT KIND Lnlr Emtnentlr FltteU to Becom nWife mndc by tnlting- four ornnges them tnicinff on tin tho wliito jHtJiottt In good dish of orniiffo fritters can J CnBNKT nn imr rf nrnrivpn Sworn to boforo mo nnd subscribed In Ladies Homo Journal iiarcTi nnd ralnta which ttta with Tastes Cth dny of Decobof a U10 hnU injure tho Iron and hum off DS8000 -- linked Fish Spread some butter Tho RlMna Hun KIbtb lollh is llrllllAnLOdMs loss Durable and the consumer iiays lor aoUB A W GLEASON j Ttlh over a dripping pan sprinkle over it or ri as icitago wna oyery purcnase o I ll XoUiru Pitblie one onion minced line lay on this a Halts Catarrh Ouro Is taken Internally and thin slice of halibut or any small DONALD KENNEDY 0lth0 bIoo1 nnd niconssur whole fish split down tho middle COPYHICKT IftSI Add fnces W1 system Send for testimonials one tablespoon of vinegar and spread free Of Roxbury CI1KNEY CO Toledo O Saysi CSSoll by ruggists 75a thickly wuii nutter jJuke until done All gone BtrntiKO ourod br womans Buffering nnd womnus cry como encoimo overy mr Mcdteal lllacor tho time depending upon tho thickness to ilny Horo U 0110 at Soxtniionr says that poets uro declining weakness Remove to a platter Add of tho fish Dr Picrcos Fftvorito tho Orlp Norr how dooi I His may bo bo but you had better not nsk nil tlmn lmi Dlcoverv flour to tho butter loft in the pan and a poet what ho will take ou tho strength of Prescription puts a stop to it Its tnjr Moitlcnt ti tnkos hold ourotho lltddon Ilolsoa know unions of when well mixed add water until It is the n remedy for all tho delieato do AJU31UII UUUUUI1 tlinl mnko nil Humor desired consistency add three or four 9th isot Tm man who grasped nt a straw wasnt rangoments and disorders that mako X0ftA City Nevada minced mushrooms or pickles Iour drowning Ho was trying to drown his her stiller and n euro for all tho dis toDomiUl ktnnttlv Vtar Sir 1 will stnto injr oast yout About nlno yours nso I was this over tho fish Garnish with lemon sorrows Boston Post eases ami disturbances that mnl n my loft stdo nnd tlio bot doolors nvo pnrnlyiol tft mo no rollof points and parsley Boston liudgot for two her weak Its a legitimnto medi- - covcry yonrs nnd IItswixs adrlsod Inton try your Ilia I which did Fuels AVorth KiiowIiil-duty nnd fow months Candied rose loavefor table decowas to health About nno 1 ba In all diseases or tho nasal mucous mom cine that corrects and cures a oiunorestored In my loft oye by four yours ontnraot A mold of snow white blanc Â¬ blind rations spottod prnno tho remedy used must bo non ritut tonic that invigorates and builds Ijst Jtnrch I wns takon with IOrlppo nnd was know mange made of whipped cream stiffen Jng I ho medical profession hun boon my bod for a nervine that soothes and conflnod to as In tho throo mouths At tho ond oi Youre partly right interrupted to learn this Nothing satisfactory fitslnv up ed with gelatine or isinglass is very orllrt Hint tlmo start then It rao that 11 1II ii wuii tiouoaes snuns strengthens For bearing - down your lllcnvcry wns tho thlnufor struckso I jot a uiiiFiioiii ow met Hut let mo tell ners siringeH namental served on a low erystal plat the old gentleman astringents or un similar pains displacements all tho func- Â¬ bottle nnd boforo It wa hnlf gono I was nblo to no you something about that girl She iippllcatlon ter wreathed with whipped cream to my work In tho mines Now In rotfnrd to my oyos because they nro nil irritating tional irregularities peculiar to tho as I loit my loftoyo nnd nhotit Mx months no my tinted a delicate rose color with a drop went to my closet a couple of days ago uo not thoroughly roach tho nlTcctud stir - j imiuviuii uvrr B Buiiieiiiing inai was tnere and races and should bo abandoned as Avorso sex-- its a safo and certain remedy slRhtnsdld tho loft cyo niiu uiiiuh rpui twonirins oriwooi cocmneni and scattered with porhnns somo nf A there was a pair of trousers hnnclnc tlinn fnllures bni multitude of persons who thorn- candied rose leaves Other medicines claim to euro thoy niltiuislnco liiiToboentiBinK your Discovery Or tho blanc- Â¬ i ind for years tm till Mm wnr nmi loft my rlsht oyo onoj nnd llmnlt Ood mange itself may be tinted rose color near the door that catarrh can Inllict testify to radical Thats true But they dont claim tho lirlxht light or himvonhut onco moromnkliirf Its Is Yes what of it and pormanent cures wrought by Elys to do this appoaraneo In my Ut oyo I am wonderfully nston and wreathed with tho candied roso if tho frnvorho Pro lshod nt It nnd thank Ood nnd your Medical Prlco GO cents nt Druggists One of tho suspender buttons was Cream I3alm petals It will bo none the loss whole scription fails to givo satisfaction Yours train Dtoircry llASK WHITE gone some and delicious because it scorns al in any case for which its recom Puivatb Executions CJrcat Editor And she she The young man Send a most too dainty to bo eaten Mrs SwoOQ was so agitated he could not finish the and tell man to that execution to morrow mended tho money paid for it is him to keep it down to two colo MIn renllv qmilnt old fashioned sentence refunded mi umns it is very teasessuggestive much in keeping- to Judgo for yourself which is likely She noticed it said tho old gentleFDRU C00 So pah as coincidence Is concerned ono lave phrases over the lire man to be the better medicine white hoi so will do for a doon red bonded LADIECJ places MrUVO In one such house in New En Noticed it herself girls a O Picayuuo And think whether Homething else 8050 gland is inscribed over the library and No one had said a word to her about PQLICC Old wood to burn old books to It irons The Only Quo Kver Irlntoil Ctin You Find offered by tho dealer is likely to bo FOR DQYB 25D9Z25 just as good read old friends to talk and in the tho Word 1 Hut she she didnt 7C zirai You pay only for the good you get Is a 8 Inch display advert dining room the cheer of the family 00 jm LJ Wiw Yes she did She sewed that but- Â¬ InThoro papor this week which bus Isomont this no two On theso terms JlSiN j1 roR snh iltar is sung in Scotch phrase raRrU rmmmnirwKiiw jiFr ejw1 its tho cheapest East ton on words alike except 0110 word The saino is ilfJrir nn VAKiivsL fjfNTl wrest hames the best That these inS2SC jEBiisaifi truo of each now ono on caring eat h week Please sir sny yes pleaded the from Tho Dr Ilartcr Medicine Co 6 scriptions are not common is evidenced young Tills man nnd and if shell have house places n Crescent on everything by a story concerning the latter A me let us name a day in the near future they mako and publish Look lor it send ady entering the dininr rooin at once And grant me them tho namo of tho word and they will one one other favor gentTeIvien noticed the lettering Ah she baid roliirn you book beautiful lithographs or is it What THE BEST SHOE IN THE WOfltO FOR THE MONEY samples free reading what is this East west Dont please dont let any other pams the best OIJNTIKMKN and rAniKS Kuvoyounlol Thats sn lmm young man know about that button Rats an exchange With money 001110 Inn by wiiiriug W L Douglas Miovs Tliey Tood I quite agree with vou she in- - until after the wedding poor relations lint poor rel it ous never meet the want of all cIiimcs and nrn tho most I dont want shed economical foot wear ovrrolli red for the money turning with a smile to her to take aii3 chances Chicago Tri- Â¬ come whit mouej Texas Sittings Itewnre of tlenleri who oIHt other innkes as b 1 wiuaiu listener Junes 111 jtooil bune and ou I liavc been a great Injr Just Sliocn with be sure iirlvi havo W nn The troubles that troubln us tl n most urn DoilLllH olmniwul niiinn nml Itaisin Cake One cupful of butter tho troublus that m ver happen sufferer from Asth j bottom W I DoiikIiia Ilrocktou Muks Rums Asthma An honest tramp may his tribo in- Hocn rubbed to a cream with two cupfuls of CTT ma and severe Colds TAKi NO HIlIWIl powdered sugar Heat up separately creasefound a pocket book belonging Insist 011 local lulurtlscd ik nlcrs eupiilylun you Tho Mot Ihsisiint Way every Winter and last Fall my to the mayor of New Hrunswick N J he yolks of five and the whites of four Of preventing tho grippe colds headaches friends ns well as myself thought gs and to the yolks add one cupful containing S IO He returned it to the and fovors is to use the liipiid laxative a I SL OstdFTtiWmmW You romedy Syrup of Figs whenever tho sys Â¬ because ot my lceblc condition and d milk and pour it into the butter and owner who thus addressed him L J Â¬ are the first honest tramp I ever saw tem needs a gentle yot effoctivo cleansing great distress from constant coughfligar now add the juice and grated To be benefited ono must get the true rem ind of half an orange and half a lemon and instead of swelling your head with edy manufactured by tho California Fig ing and inability to raise any of the visions of a bright future I will give md quarter of a teaspoon of salt put irupLo oniy i orsaieoy an druggists accumulated matter from my lungs that my time was close at hand a two cupfuls of ilower and one half you tho wherewithal to feast in the infiOc and 51 botlks practical present The tramp re When nearly worn out for want of i mp of corn starch sifted together with The devil Is always willlmr to aid in nut ceived 2 wo teaspoonfuls of baking powder ting up a fluo or Btovepipo Galveston sleep and rest a friend recommend- Â¬ Revenue ccttimw Coupon ollppers News leat well and put in one cunful of ed me to try thy valuable medicine toned raisins and lastly tho beaten Consolation Do not fret If you cant Jioschee Tin yacht hace -- Nautical men German get into society Tho oyster Is otton pres Â¬ Gentlo iirhitcs bake in one large square cake Syrup I am con- Â¬ An old stout Paul Rovoros ride Mall ent at a supper when ho would perhaps pre- Â¬ r two small ones and when done cover fident it saved my and Exprobs fer to bo at homo In his bed Demorests Rofroshlng a Mngazino tf jith an icing made of tho extra whites Let us down life Almost the first east Tho olovator Stl flavored with rose water House- close gave me great a Bashful young men ought to prnotico Sloop Monthly fold Keep the ball uollino Billiard playcra sparking with dumbbells relief and a gentle re- Â¬ Blnghamton Mall and Express Partridges If you can procure par uepuuucnn freshing sleep such as I had not had a tridges milled grouse quail or widgeon The tailor undertakes a great work fn re- Â¬ A Cough Coin on Soke Thiioat should for weeks My cough began immedi- Â¬ Thich latter when it has fed upon wild forming mon Elmini Gazette RELIEVES nil Stomach Dlntrens not bo neglected Hiiowns U itose ul ately to loosen and pass awny and a slery becomes almost equal to canvas REMOVES Nansen Hcnso of Fullnccu IiiociiES arc a simplo remedy and give I found myself rapidly gaining in The portrait painter should bo a good tho CONOKSTIOV lAt back you can afford to let the turkey atrfcal attraction us ho can draw tho poo prompt relief 2 cts a box health and weight I am pleased REVIVES Failing ENERGY Jou had destined for 3 our table go to Dlo Pittsburgh Dispatch a It doesnt often happen that you moot a to inform thee unsolicited that I RESTORES Normal Cltrulntlou and aarket There is nothing so cnsily Wakmh to Tok Tll 3 It may bo romarked that tho wldowors man who is considered a hero nt homo am in excellent health and do cer cooked as a partridge There is no weight of woo is generally tho extent of his Hams Horn P rnioMic rnM fj Lonl M rnTr tainly attribute it to thy Boschees dressing to bo made You require 011I3 wait Biugliaiuton Leader People Aro Killed by Coughs that Halos German Syrup the hottest of ovens and the ability to C B Sticknky The efforts a young girl makes to find out Honoy of Horoliound and Tar would euro ard tho breast with strips of fat pork Picton Ontario who her husband will bo a married woman Pikos Toothache Drops Cure in oucmiuuto TON SCALES Thick is more easily done if it bo first makes to Hud out whoro hors is Atchison OF tzposcd for a few moments to a brisk Globe may bo appropriately The lottery dealer BINGHAMTON a tre to stiffen V Boam llox Then bake twent3 llvo Bachelous aro orcatures who havo con described as a chanco acquaintance Bos- Â¬ Tare Beam Dinutes or If 3ou do not pride 3oursolf suited their femnlo rolatlves boforo ventur- ton Traveler i all sum t ing on matrimony Milwaukee Tribune upon 3our epicureanism 3ou can give Beechams Pills enjoy tho largest Balo of H ten A man may fall in lovo a dozen timos but any proprietary im dioino fn tho world minutes more Garnish the dish with neat squares of toast and little It is a question whether ho over sustains Mado only In St Helens England mounds of water cress and serve a any pot man tit Injury by tho fall ltlchmonu uocorucr Pokeu is a reform gomo Tho playorB brown sauce made l3 thickening the Hanil forlnvriitiiraOiildenrllow aro constantly going bottor Blngnnniton tnniitAliiRlnlcnt will ruro your Dr Bulls Cough Syrup cough niKHorlHtuitof llINHIoV anil IIOIJl V I AWN Ameuican quails have boon introduced Republican pavy in the pan or a celery or bread for yOo PATRICK OTARnKLX WABniNOTOH D a no pigtail wearer has yet but touce Celery and currant lolly must Into China enough to not that ho could oat BJ AMMIUi lAliIlilU Jyllll boon fool Of course irraoe tho table American ono a day for thirty days Hams Horn Our Ihrro Ncuillu Kmlirnldrrlnc muoliim inftkn ruits with junior Agriculturist i ntK HiiJ ainliroldury with utile or It takes u smart boy to toll a Ho successtenlirr Llroiilnm ami itih in fully If ho tells it unsuccessfully hli auniu freu Muvlilnn colorml iiu ioi tuiu Ornamental Tarts pattani father Is apt to mako him smart Provi 1 ECZEMA lnbcdBixmontlintiUm bid v7iNiicatoloiriie inInl lUtmltlmiuctlmm utclamiile work loo illi all by Cranberry tarts wore undoubtedly tho donoo Telegram nil fur rl in HntUfnctlun trimrniitniillor money r and Hmb9 swollen nnd acaly llko it dead flk Tho it lilnK wns torrlblo nnil fl ltlly LOST filiiik il K IIONN At 00 T11I11I11 lllilii a kinou starts which the Queen of Hearts How is it youro always In dobt at MY 8IQHT After trentment by flvopbyRloluns nnd other ramodtcti without rollof I took A adc and which caused such disgrace Wo Want Nsmo and My dear follow if 1 p a a and it cuiiun nn my hkiii ih soil ana ainootn una trio vorriuio trouuio uu B tho restaurant fal scandals in court circles Aadrass of terr WMal uouo IL N MiTCiinu Jlfacoti On Every paid for what 1 ato Id bo lorovcr hungry V 1 A8THMATIO V I know tho nbovo statement to bo truo 8 8 IIaiimon Vdcon Go Fliegendo Blaottor uiim who has eaten these tarts on his PflaroldllayesMDI a CURED TO STAY CURED Wrthday tablo is reminded of the old HUPFAUOrlY Jagson says that somo of his friends ore I wns for somo tlmo troubled with nn obsllnnto HASHORHHUMQR thnt spread Bjr Aila Tills fAtiUatr Umiwmm Jlpme Nothing makes a moro dainty such wrotched correspondents that tlioy I ronBiiltod physlclana and tinoilinnify iViiKiJllos without a euro my fnco nnd Prepare pastry wouldnt drop hira a lino if ho woro drown- over suRgestlon breast Jrt than cranberries of a friend I used Bwlff h Hnculllo which completely cured mo ThU FAT FOLKS REDUCED At tho Gazette ells not over two or two and a half ing Elmlra was two years ao and I havo had no return or tho trouble U JL Wmis vhnttrjirhlVn tOvSlbKtiiirninnthlivlinrmliaialinrhBt IronitMllim fiOHtarTlnitnoluoonvunloiio laches in diamaler Eveiiy utisorly old bachelor in tho conn from puff paste S S S tho snfest nnd best remedy for nil troubles of tho Jllood and fikliL It ClaM1 I - jtill llllltml iffnnta unit 17 utiniiutuuimu wij Ulltlu i lck them on tho bottom thoroughly try oughc to bo fined Tor contempt of court cures bv removing tho onuso nnd nt tho snmo time builds up tho enernl health --Oil City Blizzard 10 8W11 T BIKCKIC CO Atlanta On Send for our Treatise mailed free a NAMI 11111 lAIKlltirllniHirll prevent them from rising as puff quilt of 603 tv Pto will if left to its own devices In In tnuitn with JQ uneven and unseeing manner Tho iiki it i siiiiiiiui mm pci til tirluhtcolors Viot k Ilttla liirrr NJ bius fl lumnnu HIU Mil es of course must be left to rise as w nJiiiiifl rr iw uu jraaiua Cod liver oil suggests con- Â¬ wj please Fill each tart with a table k kiuplnirInmiinililpArltt Ufa 11 iiuilcHliortlinndetc thorouehly Poonful of cranberries after tho shells nUinC tuih fr sumption which is almost un- Â¬ Brjnl h Hlrtltaa BufTilo V T by tnnll Trial Jfe cold and the cranberries are hot yNAMt TUIS riMUltrtj tka iniHu t them away to grow cold There Is fortunate Its best use is be- Â¬ Mo Poultry and Pet Stock Club ra thing more ornamental on a birth- choap Wrlto It O MABOV KIHKBV1ILK MO fore you fear consumption table than a dish of these tarts i WAMSTIIISrAMRiUuwtlt Wed up nnd surrounded by a wreath of 1 DPUQIflUQ Il AIIHolUrailnsulilrit SJ fl for liv when you begin to get thin i Iawafroa rkllwiuno trfiiBC uuiiur I perl C nccllatlaaall O fteen leaves N Y Tribune A H Mrrillinil K A tUX Hlrl II arsAm tiiih FiiiKi2 ilMMwriU Consumption is only one of Co Morplilnn Ilulilt Curoil A Chapter on Oysters No OPIUM to MO tiny HEN lay till onIn IO rtu the dangers of thinness Oysters aro fatter this year than I DRJBTE LobanonOhla BOILING WATER OH MILK - U M LY ltlMK TUIS fAflH tr itaw ant T wer saw thorn before said a restau SJM Scotts Emulsion of cod rant 03ster opener 9 S a 1 TRACTION AND PORTABLE I dont know but usually the fatter tho oyster liver -- oil makes the thin UtMMHiJ 7itho poorer tho CetistiMHtlTca and pooplo flavor This is bo plump and the plump are GRATEFUL COMFORTING uo the fnt oyster has generally ien wbohave weak limits or Asb ma should use Ilsos Cure for it of tho Threslwrs and Horso Powers water too long and has been almost safe Consumption It lias cHred wmmwm WrltA for Illustrated Catalogue mailed Free Ibeusunda Ithas notlnlur That is not wholly tho reason J eu uudi ina iiuv uau toikie M RUMELYCO LAPORTE IND Let us send you a book on year They aro fatter anyhow Dcti eongii J uisiuocrurrwnero ayrap rkill THIS TtrtH aitr Hal JM vrtta w oyster is best on tho half shell HOia xa LABELLED 12 LB TINS ONLY free living SOUTH AMERICAN GOMPOUNOT JJnt twontj four to forty eight hours careful A poltlTcur forltliunmtlm ladrlppo tto Tlirra iryr 0 is out 0 salt water Eaten tiiontba trtniant by mall One llullnr Hatnplo nml Scott Bown CheraUti j South jth Anu telling how tairpt freo newipupora furllrviit that timo thoy aro apt to give HAXILT08 circular JACkKOV MKU CO CttlVMHV Vklit No matter how lorur staiiillar itamp YoHHniscktkeepi Scott Emulsion of cod Hter ps Yes tho male oyster Is tho iDTiiWA flTTUV iltaa InIaiiL rcllUi nd curva ull HU tO XAUl THU FAK Mty tax iveprits notuuir or a 11juiJU tailly uted and lldruscUywSMido oll gJ iniarantitU tocura wnan ptnararinitiy uu lrica Wo dont como across a male ftijl FMITITUT fltUB tiy O II MHEN WKIT1NUT0 AttVKRTlSKlM VLZAMM or sy biiiopo aiS4 Addrttt aieoatdrUM than an avorngo of onco lu fifty xsjnmrv iritu millekton li Y RUPTURE Kiaoi H I Vend for clreo ataUtbat y aasr Iks ATwrtUtwnl tm --N Y Times M XAJIS THU tlTttL Wl SMtM4 1 1 gogar four or live pieces through natural divisions of tho orange dip eacli pleco Into common butter and fry in hot WninH nil llfinlrtn tvlM i wv r iihi luwuuruut breaking Into tho pulp divide peel pith Â¬ he said as ho atedatthedoorof tho old gentle nns private ofllce that Hko to marry your daughter A noble girl said tho old gentle man reflectively I dont know how I can spare her but I suppose Ill havo w Duinu ume Yes sir quite right sir and Id Hko to havo her you know Im not rich sir I know it replied the old gentle man but you are drawing a fair sal nry and I dont require wealth I was sort TKlncl of tmt- slr of thinking that that sho isnt cxpori enced in household matters he isnt said tho old gentleman but shos a wonderful observing girl Yes sir and I think a great deal of her but if I take her to a homo of her own Im afraid sirIm afraid itwould bo hard very hard Sho was whinnf for a rich mans wifo and wouldnt except-excopt-- ilthlknf8lrM SSft Statk or On icy Cm of Tolido Lucas Coontt KnANKJ Cn makes oath that bs li sontor partner o of tho firm of T 3 doing business h uao of fFntarrh tml Cftnnt bo Catahuu CtiiE FllANK ouSS by tho r- w t j - zi r Mass bt riirnlysls-llllniUii-M-- anit st 11 Â¬ 1 - 1 Â¬ 650U 2xyto Â¬ fWl79 1I1 xv - Â¬ 5 yrup ermanw L DOUGLAS Â¬ TlTrJ fr- - Ill atWBB a- - si i Br m ilfwMffl 11 60 Â¬ Pafesrfs Pensions Â¬ Obstinate Blood Hudiop HADlERIilBLE -- lily fI 1 0 Iill We are anxious to know every one who wants a piano new or second hand Are you one of them Then send your address with request for catalogue etc to Ivers Pond Piano Boston HmmmwiMm r - Â¬ I lti T R E COCOA 00 NGINES 1 1 rre 1 ASTHMA CURED r j - 3 y isi k uiiUTdBaaaCTBaiWMt rffiM 5i IWmiSC lOttHklCt Cnlisoiiiptlnll Clued AN old pliyscian retired from prae lice having hnd placed in his hands by the formula of 111 Hast Inula missionary a simple vegetable fined v for the speed mil peniiaueiil cure ol Consumption Bronchitis Catarrh Asthma and all Ill rmi l unci Lung Allectious alH a posi live and radical cure for Nervous Debil ity and all Nervous Complaints after having tested its wonderful curative powers in thousands of cas es has felt it his duty to make it known to his sullering fellows Actuated by this moiie and a desire to relieve human sullering I will send free of charge to all who desire it this recipe in Herman French or Kng lisli with full directions fur pieparing and using Sent by mail by nddre--in- g with stamp iirming this paper W A Novitt 820 Powers Mlock Rochester N Y swmjmMMimii wm I For Bilious Attacks heartburn sick haclacho and all disorders of the stomach liver and bowels 3 JEW El SP TIIK- ollt rs 3liS c JWMULMl BOr IN KI K15CT NOV If 18iH a --Ztih Sfr0frO4iofrfr Xiwiiiirt Neus MNsUsipiil VallevCo iK I 1 t OLD KENTUCKY ROUTEl tlu inoxt oniil tt Inn of yoitN for Ayers Cathartic Psils aro tho and most popular medicino for family uso rs Our giods arc WASIILVtSTOV HALTIMOIM DM POINT safest surest liisttlis and our Ami all Kiihteru Cities VUILA MOW YORK TIIK SKA SHOUK IMVA 7 rzzvj htU y v l Lmzy VfA9 SPFPRICES V CRVisitois to the cil best attention LOW will The Direct Line to MCXINOTON IoriSVILMC ST LOtlS KANSAS MTV And all Point -- hi v itf- - itCitic inn lyl llnldtip riiclt Witt These trousers hold Farmer Wnslihrrton Muudv to hie their shape well Schneider Schneider Its all in the making sir next door nulhbor Snv donas If von You Tom He Wilt -- I thought so IcOsop that rain on your own hlc dont of tliu fence Ill tine von for tlmimgiA see thv barged at the knees the first Dont you see my elothes are hangout day I Wore them and theyve kept the same shape ever since Puck Pnolc to dry Tom Illrt Wile l riiMul Ie Cn Dr J C Ayer Lowell Mass Co No 11 K Main St npp Cniiil House KY IU III M KM Ill IS CHATTANOOGA Wett and Northwest anil South ami Southwest LKXINtTON hast norNi 101 last mi Daily la 7 Mniiled Ueoni 1 nii tl i 1 Da it ie HAZEL GREEN mtJMawm ACADEMY BMM 1 Htlltn U 30a Daily Sim llnl 11 itftil li ji lJmii Inlrl 11 i Iaiiitiiii Mt tiiiiar Jtnni iliini zit lOllllI I lilt tnii Hi rnt Wineliexter lilnml 00iiii lLinn1 S S Sterling 7 linn Hnu pj toinii 1 lullit ion If yon liavo no much trouble with your wifes relations why do you live with IheiuV Uutework Cause my relations wont N Y Weekly e us leltfllCrt tllHll ly local applications as they eniinot reach the diseased pmtion or the eai There is only one way to cure deaf no and that is by constitutional ivinodio Cllllt lie lie Interest lie Will Colli Now this is an event of interest to me exclaimed Staggers glancing up from the newspnicr What is it asked his wife A company in which I am a stock Â¬ Detroit holder announces a dividend Free Press Ill Tu1 -- DA 0nn 11 111 I KIMhu t jrc li npv til nil 11 Catllettslitirg 1 fiiily iiMtiiiLtiiti WI1ST IWMSD ILpinIOHJlpiii v IJ 10pnil0 07piiil II I7iin Normal and Preparatory School MM WTOCTWl iHs mm ltf V v J kI unik I lichit I I if nil in tit j iinm 1 if 1 iiln n ti t id a ml tiin niit mIi i r tJHin lOaia S fijia a N 0 Ildii uln 11 daii 1 1 lntnii tl HlllltillLtltll A ton am i 1 IllPtl JMI I ll I A llll lll r ir III tti 11 U nttlettilniri hland tl tl Wain I lpni i7ainj J Oiiiin 11111 tmr t lpni 1 1 1 7 7 1 1 ivory ol 11 Saint V0AP- nni ujtnt V - r r tin v II i line lite I lllltl II 1 Mt Ill KITH 111 VI Slerling Wineliesier 1ASiin 11 17 i i l7ini JOpm m III Deafness is caused by an iullamcd eondi tioii of the unions lining of the Knstn chiau Tube When this tube nets in llaiued you have a rninhliiigoiinc or itn perfect hearing and when it is entireh closed deafness is the re ult and unit the itiilituiuatiiiii can be taken out a id this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are iancd by catarrh which is notliinir but an inllinicd eondi lion of the mucous surfaces We will give one hundred dollars foi any case of Deaf new eiueu1 by catarrh Skribbler If theres a saint on earth it is our religious editor ltunby What makes you think so Skribbler lie dipped Ids paste brush into the ink yesterday and all be said Oh pshaw Life was Kxeiuul sMn Ointment A nUTAlv cure for Chronic Sore Kvo Iettei Salt Uheuin Scald Head Olo Chronic Sores Fever Sores Kcenia Itch Prairie Scratches Sure Nipples and Pile It is cooling and soothing Iluiidr e o cases have been cured by it iftcall otlie It is put up in 2 ireaiment had failed For ale by K e ix and f cent boes Swango octlhl Iinniltci lnliiii --- Vjtui id I win It t y lll I inl lin in II H I t pj n ilj ni I H inn unit ii id hi i IIOlll I uc nlitfr n mil lciiijtin V V ijlJ II lnini OApni OSpm Ifipin tiUnpin J lipni I in Iimitci VilsTiuriHl eonaeetion with hlh nil ur Hint ili It 4KP mft M -I I lit mm N In III li iinch l fti li tlikiitt f mitv I Itn r lv MM IUt Ulli or Inenl stops itlLjtOII Past to New York Mam Chains Chains rim dnilv licMipenke it Ohio P ran dailv anil nnike between laiiiglon ami Hunt u I iK jiuuB lir 0 li iiitiitl tlaro u iuiiBniiajwr r nir t w I I 1 lit mut m I r uli I with lit II UtRO I Milt 11ui1l1 r ho T 1 tintis ran dailv lltXTINmox k MonniiKAD aceoiaiimdit IkxinAtox A li H- - I t J 11 in nil I ill - fi c mm m fH fi KM llo SlKiMi MONDAY SOVKMBKK A III I nipt ir 4 l tit li i i li ONLY FOR A cannot cure by taking Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F JCllKNKYCO that wu DECKER BROTHERS 100 TO THE ltov hy kli lit niv MfllllfyOll All It ton it tO ti t Itirni it AnuiiUi AlhfM Mt Stkiiin daily eveept Sunday Moiiiiiai aeeoiaiaodiitiims nia Axn Irxixo inlle TllKorcii Siikimxcj MS to and from Washington and New York VMthoiit ehanyc i W CI I AS L IMJOWN liAHNKV Jen 1as Atent den Agent I W II I MMilsuNden Acent Ashliind Ky CENTRAL 1 lrXIXtilOX KY Tluit Will I 1 Actor have tried everything in the people Props Toledo 0 the business but they wont be pleased Sold by drinrgists 7o cents Manager Have you tried tfoing out Itrooklvu Jitien of the buiiness A Division or lithor AuthorSupposing this play should CdiikIi l nllnwlii the Grippe turn a success1 Many persons who have rccowre from Actor I will pay you and give it out grippe are now troubled with a per that I am the author Chamberlains Cough istenl eolith Author Supposing that it should fall Ueinedv will promptly lousen this euujih Hut and reli ve the lunus elleeting a perma Actor You will be the author nent cure in a very short time Jo and Author Supposing it should be ol cent bottles for sale by UuicSwingo neither one nor the other Actor The good things will be mine and the bad ones yours llroolclyn Life 1 1 -- have worked hard to please ll etc riiitn GRAND PIAAIO 1 KENTUCKY HI l RAILWAY K Il M 1 AND A YEARS SUBSCRIPTON CiKAsS Itoili iMiilirtn oi till the TKACIIKUS lir nelii riniiiicl in the Common Schools Theory and 1iucticc a iccialty Inil drills lor Tciieliers lllSINKSS COT ItS K einlitiices the Tea hers Hunk Keepini Imsine Coiitm Kornis and Trnnsactioiis anil Coiaicrcinl fcilIi WEEKLYENQUIREi A A SIIOKTKST AND QllCKKST HOITK FROM CKNTKAK KKNTCCkY TO A II It I NTS Hooker Rro Grand IiOiimire 21 line Iurijjlit Fiano KNOUSII COlltSi lm parcs for Ker tttckv Iliiversitv 11111I Colleges of that clns aSTCIKNT tfcMODKKX IANlilAiilX Oar rates are less than any school in Ilf tcra Kentucky Kates of Tuition per Month lnus Kettle Two old friends meet after a separa Â¬ tion of many years Time Hies says one but afterall you are not so bald as I expected to tlnd Tot and THE NEW WEBSTER lOQ TriJ 150 and HOAIDIMi litynlilc one half on catering School the other at middle of term F 200 you Tins tin ve surd llald I should say not Look in the ymtrself Ive more hair than you I WEBSTERS INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY More hair than em Kpoch I have perfectly ubsiird a Lets count Thats ab fhcrc uill he no more trouble about too IiilIi board the cost of boaid and lodu illj will lie oillv j- - 00 IKli WKKK H IKY We can aceoaiiiioilate TIIINO iTKNlsucn NJvty bo rders in onr neu Itn i Iti i iilt new he teachers lie in furniture and uood fare the Academy Home and Iiiin e the immediate charge of the boarders I Combs is the caterer no better can be found I iilppo Â¬ No healthy person need fear any dan gerous consequences from an attack of It is much la grippe if properly treated the same as a severe cold and requires Keinain prvuis elv the same treatment ipiietly at homo and take Itinmncriaiu s Ueinedv as directed tor n severe Coil cold and a prompt and cnuplete recovery l Ins remedy alfo conn- is sure to follow teracts any tendency of la grippe Ainonir tin mm y suit in pneumonia thousands who have u ed it during tl 0 epidemics of the past two years we have yet to learn et a single ease that lias not recovetcd or that has resulted in pueumo nia 2i and fU cent bottles for sale by Koso t rfwango Re odtted raid Koset from Cover to Cover FUtLY ADREAST OF THE TIMES A GRAND INVESTMENT for every Finally mat School tue Thn Authentic WulmturiiUiinhrlilBfil Dictionary compriitliii lKMifMof tacit 70 and tv l ullntlll conyrlRhted Iiiin boiii thorniiKlily rovlsctf and eiilarjeil under the Mipervlnlon of Nonh lorter 1I TI I of Vnlo University and iih u dlstliiKulslilnK title hears tlio naino wurk ton yearn more rinon hundred edito than a luliorors holng employed and over j rial vaooocio vxpoiuicu ucioro 1110 umi copy vrnn printed GOLD DY ALL QOOKQCLLCRS Paniphlot went froo ty tho jmbUshers Intornatlonnl Dictionary over occupied if Tliu WEBSTERS Truo to UN trlae pies Managei Colonel your distillery is on lire Ilourbon Then let her burn never watered my whiHky yet and aint going to begin now Jury Col All a MUtuue I I Caution ii niided la purchniiiK n dictionary ns pliotogrnphlo reprints of nn obso lete und oonipariUlvcly worthless edition of Wobsternro heliiR innrketcil under various iiiuuca and oftiMi by inlsrepresrntatlon GET THE BEST Tho International which bean imprint of V MKKKIAM CO lMihllshorit O SprliiRlluld Minn V K A Â¬ Â¬ I lour methods of teaching Nouaal I first and ccnnil lion Any seholars tuki ors on the completion of their coaoes in the the Weekly Enquirer in April 1M2 Acatlcinv shall be entitli d to a free scholar Enclose one dollar for a years A fiee Kentucky ship cacli to the Weekly Enquirer nnd scholarship in the Acaileiuv will he iiwanlcil to oiii pupil from eich of the loltouini mountain coiiutio vi lircathitt tay 111 liidt Ilo tl Harlan Johnson Knott Let Leslie Letcher Laurence Martin Mnyollin what will be tho number ofpubscribci s in tho live largest lists received from Menelce Mortfiui Ow sley Perry Pike Powiiovitleil Mich niiante Nov 1 91 to March 31 J2 ell anil ltovMiu iiicnts htic been inule tor the couipctitixc For same term last winter it was eaiuiiiatioii b the commtiu M hool author with tlieir consent ns shall enable 2iiH nnd tho winter before was 140r ilics or each student of common school unities to Tlio premiums are to bo presented tompete tor the scholiiiship anil the aipli tti those whoso guesses are correct or cant therefor shall hear a ceitificate irt in For full list seo the examiner that he has obtained the high- nearest correct est mark attained upon the examination in Weekly Enquirer now the largest 12 his COIItltN dollar 11 year paper in tho United We woalil advise all to enter at the be States ninniiiL of a term hut you can enter at an time and classes will he arniimcil oa cannot and a better school in the nioiintaius ol Kentucky Our rates aie low CINCINNATI O 111 ntrr sriioiAiisimvs ilinliutor Watch and Case AND SOtTIIWKST illim rieltl Glass 2001 FAST LINK HKlWKKN MXINO- A Holiiinn Parallel llible lllou TON AND CINCINNATI A Venice Parlor Clock 1200 in Krncr Nov lo 1SU1 High Grade Safety IHcycle 12iHi No 3 An Klgin Watoh and llass Case 2500 No No Aeeoni A Haydock Kioe Coil Spring Dnilv SotTII Ilorxi -- 0OOJ Handy Top ll ggp f Siiii K IAjirehs Fst A 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ami we want to Hi you gooiis cheaper than anybody II V FREE1 ltor u IMkuau oi Co MomuLTON Mk Oot la IflOO For four years uiy ntotliUhtur wen subject to oplloplo tltH auil the nso ot Pitstor KoouIum know how you can famuli such work for Noru lonio avo InunedUto BAtiafnotloa nnd the laoacy Bluett aim oomuiunciMl tnklni it olio hua not had Lnriroit rlrenlntlon of anr cpiitltlc paper In tho etcn tho alUhtot ayinptoinn of tho dtmao My Oar Aicnt at Ucatli Springs S C writes worM Your watches lake at mkIiI The xfii Siiteiuliillr llniMratdl heartfelt thauka to thin modioiuo Ni naeliiL man unoitat Im wltlnmt It WocKlr HltIOKiit JUUN SCHMIDT a tteinan who k tint last watoh said thM lie l 0 slxnniniatiH Ailitrwh MUNN C07 exiiiniued and piicod a jewelers watches in VuiiMHaKiwrnll llptiilwny Now Vnlunhlo Hook sn Nervnu UeimOM aont froa to nnv aililniti minister that were an heller than yours CIAKKNDON itnor natlentH can Iko obtain hut tin price wasIV medicine froo or cliarKe IV Cor Minestone and 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