You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
The Hazel Green herald The Hazel Green herald 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Spencer Cooper Hazel Green, KY 1892 haz1892021901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hazel Green herald The Hazel Green herald Spencer Cooper Hazel Green, KY 1892 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. r VpT ufnrear av rV Vf HWf1 4r - 0tJ V SPENCER COOPER Owner and Editor Hazel Green Herald Of a Noisy World With News From All Nations Lumbring ut Ills Back 100 A YIAK Always In Avan 7CI SHVKXTII YKAli HAZEL HREEN WOLFE COUNTY KYT FRIDAY FEBRUARY 10 1802 REPRESENTATIVE DAWSON IN NUMBER 48 At j MIAND ma xw MI English Kitchen w flhnrt Street i- Iff f THE BLUEGRASS 1 As Miut ti a Wet llrii jinuUcr fini Th- - Opinion or llimiinl tnlJ iintl Hull Unrldmtn llift Cnimr j is called tho blucgritsi region What Cor Courier Journal Feb ti To meet our oxpftc e Mr lYnijriii ta tliA mtlllflptt ntlltl 111 nrrmp lna In n A mnniiu iin v timlwl until miut Insist on collecting l U n v j I1 f subscriptions in advance Whats tho trou- - It is readily embraced in it square of 00 Frankfort to night wimobody who notiml his distress or 70 miles or taking Icxington na a ble Explr Your Tron tile enough made bold to inquire GI5KAT FIFIY CLYI OX THE HOLLA K center in ti rtrclo with a diameter of 0 lit of iudigiiHtlou i mites It is h gently rolling eountryi he answered in Didnt Speaker Moore leave his chair well supplied with water from running or your roueuul Is earnestly today to fight my bill to repeal the locul jHtivatns with u deep rich soil ornn andon ulsh todUeontluueseudsolicited bslatuqdue it ALL un I never mented with a line variety of forest trees us at th rate of u month option law in Simpson county paid subscriptions will be dropped ftresri our heard of such a thing before Didnt he and dotted hero and thereby farm houses books Mareh 1 and the aeconnU be placed go on to Bay that it was unconstitutional that will rival in arehitectuml beauty u an otuecrs hands for collection ThuiikliiK you for past patronage and so and dont I know and hasnt every first- - many n pretentious city residence Tho liciting your continued good will I am Jtcspcctlully yours clas lawyer in the House and Judge velvety smoothness of tho lawus tho 8PKNCK11 COOPER Lindsay besides told me that it was well kept grounds the everywhere ap- Â¬ W e arc going to miko ome improvements in our store rKin after January Int The contract is sidled and scaled with the What in the name of pearance of a refined and comfortable constitutional SHOT DEAD racton consequently we aro eompoiieu to heaven does Moore know about tho Con homo life mako one wish that he too John HjttHurls Jr Nhnt Dead In Mt fttttr well our stock or pack it awnv Wc pre- llnK might turn Arcadian and sing with Virfcr Belling it at a sacrifice stitution anyhow A special from Mt Sterling to the Cin And then Mr Dawson answering his gil Tytyre tu recubans under his own cinnati Enquirer dated tho 12th inst own question instituted a comparison spreading beech tree Hut ho Tho excellence of course of tho ani- Â¬ says At about 015 this afternoon Dr that was odious and awful mal and other products of this region is G A Kichart a well known physician of continued still flushed with indignation and instantly killed John F Every suit of Clothes every Overcoat every Pair of Pants am going to win yet They cant due to tho agencies which supply the nu this city shot We will just split them in half Thin Mr John Sam marked in plain figures down Dawson Aint it my bill and tritivo elements to the soil Tho princi- Samuels Jr nephew of GO cuts on the dollar Iho cheapest wile of fine ready mentis goods merchant aint I responsible I tell you gentle pal ono is believed U bo the bhio lime- uels tho well known dry made Clothing in Kentucky city Samuels was corning up Our business is not conducted by fakes and guessing schemes men I am going to put that bill through stone which underlies it at a depth of of this selling watch chains on the street corner for Tho man thats If I cant pass from four to eight and oven ten feet Mayavillo street and espied Kichart or know the reason w throwing in a watch just to show his generosity needs watching This Where it is wanting or where it comes standing in front of tho National hotel it Ill pass nothing this session tricksters and green goods Itazzle Dazzle Bunco Stccrers Picking several gentlemen sharps always promise great returns from small investments Intalk about its being unconstitutional too near the surface thesoil degenerates talking to small stick about an inch in diame- Â¬ minds nre on to the racket and take no utock in such telligent An example of this will bo found in a up a makes me ill It is simply ridiculous humbuggery Tis value they want and without a word Taking a fresh start Mr Dawson said conversation with a bluegrass Kcntuck ter ho approached Said tho latter struck him several blows over the head I have lxen told Speaker Moore said inn and a Teuiiesseean his revolver and reaching I dont seo why you think your Ken Richart drew this afternoon that lie opposed my bill the shoulder of Mr Dick Smith ono 100 CENTS WORTH OF GOODS because it it passed Ins people want a tucky land so much superior to ours over of the bystanders fired tho shot taking similar law repealed and he had already when both have the same kind of limeCENTS IN CASH FOR 100 effect in Samuels heart Samuels fell told them it couldnt he done under tho stone underneath carried into tho That iB just tho difference answered to tho giound and was Constitution Aint that fine talk for a Is what wo give the people But at this sale and medical aid hastily summoned your rock is not un- Â¬ hotel Speaker and just think of it I voted for the Keutuckian but ho was already dead Kichart im him aint it awful fellows aint it aw- Â¬ derneath it is mostly on top 100 CENTS WORTH AT 50 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR shooting walked rap- Â¬ With all else in perfect nccord it would mediately after the ful idly toward the jail and meeting Marshal Mr Dawsonjjlso felt sorely aggrieved bo strange indeed if the inhabitants did in oir establishment iB ticketed at tho lowest Every article When Gibbons surrendered himself at Dr Woods foT whom in the caucus ho not partake of the general advantages price possible The ulninp of durability is on every garment by tho Enquirer man ho He didnt vote A fertility of soil an equable climate a seen at tho jail If you have not dealt with us ask your neighUir who has first voted for Speaker refused to talk and seemed to bo labor- Â¬ store feeling assured that you will be pleased We invite vou to our at nil said he didnt vote at all I more than compensative return for labor garments and satislied with the matchless values wc offer with our ing under ill suppressed excitement No watched him and he never answered one all conduce to a natural refinement which causo Ib known for tho deed No words way or the other when his namo was makes one skeptical of the Greenlands every wero passed and no trouble was known to story whore Icy Mountains called have existed between the men Feeling Since his bill failed of a constitutional prospect pleases and only man is vile is intensely high Hicharts wounds wero majority to day Mr Dawson has been in- and while in the sense of tho hymn that dressed at tho jail by Dr Drake Samdustriously on tho hustle Ho says he all is vilo that is not dogmatically reuels uncle is ono of the most highly res Â¬ would move n reconsideration himself to- ligious tho avcrngo Kentuckian may not pectable men in this city and with his morrow but for the fact that ho voted on pray as often as somo of his neighbors daughter Miss Annie Samuels Is visiting the wrong side He will get some ono to and may be considered as beyond the in Dans vl lie N V do this for him and he is confident that sanctimonious pale of an orthodox hereMr Daw- after IrollU In Hltttep III Is hi a ho will win on the next ballot The busintss of sheep railing rightly son is terribly in earnest about it It is In the day of jvgement followed in this country is ono of groat IM utaiid my chuueo with Jim his bill he repeats and concerns his peo profit and it is strange our farmers do Agin many a pious gentleman ple and ho is answerable to them That 3 rA4 not engage in it more extensively than Ah wouldnt a shook huuds uith him the Speaker should object offends him in 400 He has a petition with over GOO deeply Generous to a fault hospitable beyond they do A man can invest 500 100 per cent profit out of signers calling for the passage of the bill compare quick to resent nn iimult yet ewes and make dol- Â¬ Mr Dawson added significantly that slow in giving offense tho Kentuckian tho Investment in ono year s time in he had at last found out who his friends like the bluegrass is tenacious to his lars mid cents to Bay nothing of the ad to him in having were soil and loves his native Stato with a vantage that will accrue filth and enriched A 8inriiiitiul Hrmetly passion that is seldom witnessed in other his farm cleaned from TfcAX Â¬ WORM REMEDIES FUR HAS LED Megrimine the only permanent cure parts of tho Union Having so much to by ofial As an example of this stateSOIB EVEIYWHERE for all forms of hcadnche and neuralgia be proud of it is natural that just a little ment Mr Hon Harued living in Nelson EVERY BflTRE GMMHTEED 00 head of sheep and last Â¬ mo rillv s the pain in from 15 to 20 min- boastfulness should creep into his con- county keeps from them 575 worth of utes For sale on positive guarantee nt versation and cause outsiders to sneer nt year ho sold Tun llriuu office or sent ixMtpaid by the Colonel from Kentucky by Clad wool and lambs which was an average of mail on receipt of price GO cents a box original will but his heart is in tho right place 038 per head and ho has his Itfiveuiii Hill of sheep on hand Considering The and his purse and home aro always open stock Opposition to the taxation and revenue invested tho cost of keeping to the needy or the guest Said ono of the amount is now before the General As expended there is nothing so law that AT T11K those guests on sne occasion a lady by and labor Cou- Â¬ scmhly is very pronounced in Louisville I profitable as sheep raising--Sienc- er tho way from erudito IJoston sections if not and we believe in other thought you Kentuckians were always rier portion of the Stato there exists h every There havo lately been placed UKn tho quarreling and fighting and instead of feeling antagonistic to the measure in its that I find you are more polite to each market several cheap reprints of an obsoÂ¬ Tho act not only provides 1 o present form Yes lete edition of Websters Dictionary w other than tho men of IJoston or asset iiaiiunes auu Hronkfiwt from r A m the taxation I All Hours Its safer These hooka nro given various names inadnm answored her host 25 Cents Me - to Order at Hegular M lUt tho good 0 fl p M U 0 uI f The Great Websters Unabridged Longfellow wrotoof Calnwlm wlno M toM Everything tangible or in- well I will m Websters Hip Webstors Dictionary I Urs Lamb There grow no wine iLVlcAnTf proprietor Is Bbjoct to Uxation u Websters Encyclopedic Dictionary lmfmt M Ity the huunted Hliine The bill was framed by tho llevisory Dictionary etc etc lly ltauulirtor OiunluluiuIvtr vilh u evit1 1mllt Many announcements concerning them C Nor on Inland or enpo IctlliiK nothing whatever escape assessaremUleadliig TUo Webster reprint por- Â¬ That hears sueh agrspe j 1 11 ir Subscription CLOTHING 8e Â¬ Â¬ s mmm Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 11 Â¬ Â¬ V L C STRAUS vv Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ LEADING CLOTHIERS Â¬ LEXINGTON KENTUCKY Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ wXhl WHITES All dswfaff I CREAM VERMIFUGE 20 mnrnvt mwmm mm V medco stuuis Â¬ OMNIWO Lexington ny rr rFnCl JCiT S BfL SW r tion of each from A to Z Is the same forty four years liehlud tho times aud printed from plates made by photograph Â¬ ing tVo old pags ANI HKMH1 IN Tho old ImmiI- - has been padded out by various additions culled from various sources but the body I the same that wn published when Polk was President am 11 And TrimMines of All Kinds JBHIT MrMMBCTfSlCrrlK1 duly buried at the Incoming of Lincoln The Webster current from Lincoln tu lorl w I am prepared to furnM o mv t i I A ft lie nrsiKINns and sizkh from the ritnprst t i In-- wn Harrison is tho Mpulnr copyrighted c from 5 l you can Imy the trimming Unabridged asr which has just mn m MitV iOUUID VK do all you claim for it For the removal of daudruif and for pcrwMkd by Websters liiteruJoHJlIHATT TTTNDS M vr VXVW XX UXVX sortlp there Isnotli tlonary He advertlWHlfnt lit another ToniLtones or T fcturt a KW- KrnWt uf hair Halls enriiig huniorsof the column l Wtter Hum Aycrs Hair ViKor TOMRSTON E8 IwpHniUn tvlKxlLlt HAZEL GllEEN KY REiJu 1 TCPTT 9 JCjJLI I -- I pnf UNDERTAKtK COFFINSCASKETS Un M iWHtimAw n vc SZlm - I i - crrmiiiil vw irml i Im o ineill Jiiiw iovj Broun by the tivnullm river completely but in so doing they have This was all very well for sour wines formulated a bill that contains features and muddv waters of tho Ohio river but inimical to business intcient- - and a men Â¬ Hull Davidson has written something Danville Advocate ace to capital more apropos of Kentucky Onion Work Kttrm Yon may speak of your wine Mr A L Thomas Superintendent of YerCotauba so folnc M I Six battles would neer make yu frisky Catou farmat loliet III remarks it Hut hy the powers so great or i enclose vou amount M n rule I am con- - Thereii no other 8thule nUw l That grow uch beautiful fuhbky hhI Mrtfllt i vi iilmiit MviiiitiinvtliiiiKi but after Howard Sax bys Syndicate Letter uu i u I 1 j iiia iv CiTT-nuTxmrrn-- REPAIRED w tni irn t very lowot irlceg Very rtjoctfMlly SSi Ac WiM - J - Bl I milMIHUHIIIIIllipWlyjWf - -- tjfT Deepest Lftk In the World HOME HINTS AND HELPS circumstances its way lies forward By far tho deepest lake known la Ik 14 to fight Itcvolutlnimrr ChnriUter of New fork and tho way to got forward Fresh cut grass Is good for use on world is Lako Baikal in Siberia forward St Louis Republic it XlopubllCMtilftm the carpet when about to bo 8 wept inovcry way comparable with some j JlPENOTR OOOPgjl PmWWw ot 4 ft the country avot doubted the revoTRYING TO UNLOAD There is no stain as there is sometimes th6 great lakes of America for J whil lutionary cliarnctcMM tho republican from tea leaves is only 9000 dquaro miles malf KY party nil doubts jhust now bo cast ltiubllriiuft Would Ilkii to ltoMlltl ol Jfc IIot water applied to a bruise will its urea much smaller ing it than tho thret Sumo of Their Iendurii y if aside wlion viewing tho present atti Thero is a very cvldcntftleslre on tho allay pain and prevent discoloration largest of our fivo great lakes an of that party In the state of New tudo wa- Â¬ about tho exact equal to LaVo Erie THE FRENCH SCHOOL is York The temptation was tremen part of certain of tho leading papers it has superseded medical eye in the republican party to free tho ters in the treatment of inllamed superficial extent its enormous depth t aifKtmlnnt of To Duy- Sptul Ton Llttlo ilous perhaps irresistible when by rev- Â¬ organization from tho weight it carries and aching eyes Detroit Free Press 4000 to 5000 feet makes the total vol- Art olutionary methods they overthrew the Tfmo with tlio Old MioitnrA Loaf Cake One cupful each of umo oi its waters almost equal to those will of tho pcoplo and defrauded tho in the shape of objectionable leaders The modern school with nil Its nation of Its legally elected president The Philadelphia Press for example butter raisins and iiiillr two cupfuls of of Lake Superior Its level is ijq failed tlms iar to fuliUl the In 1870 That great wrong never can has reached tho point of protesting sugar four cupfuls of Hour four eggs feet abovo that of tho Pacific ocean with emphasis ugainst tho boss rule nutmeg one and one half teaspoonfuls but notwithstanding its bottom is Wte W Thosprlngs bo Nor can the efJHpSftttn vftj o UNluiMHteboonuKu get condoned despotic feet a people for of Senator Quay and declares that It of baking powder Uood Housekeep Â¬ moro than 3000 feet below iu There how with republican aro many other doop lakes In tho world thelllt oltlie pirtodflojiger gtftdos senate trampled upon the rights of a is because of him that Philadelphia ing thWimBgintttion tft Its conception of Walnut Caramels Take two pounds but so far Baikal takes tho palm lake state just born into the union and shut gets less than she is entitled to in tho forms of beauty Tho brilliant toch Its doors against its legally elected distribution of the party spoils And of sugar a pound of walnut meats Maggoire is 8000 feet deep Lako Cotno niquo which finds so rcadyapplAuse is democratic senators Nor will anotherltnl it for- Â¬ not content with this effort to turn pounded fine and one tonenpful of 9000 and not altogether Round being to a groat get tho wicked revolutionary methods down the great leader of the party In tcrcam stew slowly until thick add a lan lake nearly 1000 feet in depth extent an outgrowth of tho prevailing of a political czar strengthened and its own stnte the Press makes a simi- Â¬ tablespoonful of butter Set offthu Lako Constanco averages about 1000 motives and even if it were sound it sustained by a republican majority of lar attempt in the case of tho Now lire when partly cool form in llttlo feet and Lakes Superior and Mlbhigaa vVdold Vi6t srifllce to give to the works an American house of representatives York republican boss Pretending to cakes and lay on buttered plates until about 800 feot St Louis Ilepublii of the school a value equal to that which who rough shod rode like a squadron bcllevo that tho democracy of New cold Farm and Fireside Afraid it wasCatchin the older art of the country derived of mailed robbers over the constitu- Â¬ York has stolen tho state It insists MrsBrown The tambourine fine parch from its higher purpose and expression tional rights of a minority and enacted that tho republicans are largely to mcnttyffacofortlio offers a monogram I hear that your daughter Is awnv1 to family The qualities of tho modern school arq legislation which has onslavedtho pco- Â¬ blame and that tho party in the stato or tho entwined Initials Hung up With boardin school Mrs Jones Sho u not tliqso fundamental ones which plo and so impoverished tho treasury has been brought to its sad condition an appropriate but Ivo rfent word for her to come mako the art of a nation truly great by division in its ranks and bad leader- Â¬ the same place decoration it may hold right straight home Mrs Brown of the country that Its authorized mili- Â¬ in a modern homo that A school should not of course ho tary agents have been obliged to sus- Â¬ ship One thing after another it says a shield used to in an ancient palace Why I thought that she expected to judged by any arbitrary standards and pend work upon the fortifications of has been lost until finally thev havo It Is past the fashion to a long time Mrs Jones paint a picture stay she wrote home that all thoShe did in the case of this school it Is not neeos New York city and discharge two hun- Â¬ been ousted from every hold on power in of a landscape but people or a human figure on a sary even to apply those of foreign de- Â¬ dred workmen with two months pay tho state and It adds I t is pertineii t to tambourine where sho is stayin have got culture velopments Its own best achievements duo them for labor performed notwith- ask the man or men who have assumed I was afraid it might be catchln Orangeade A refreshing beverage and in times pastVBfirish as wo bee sufll standing the fact that the Harrison ad to lead the New York republicans for an invalid is made bv slieiny two Pharmaceutical Era clont standards To these it may bo ministration began its sway with a whether the situation does not demand oranges reasonably Held unless wo are to sup surplus of hundreds of millions in tho their retirement and the bringing of one pintwithout peeling them pouring of boiling water over them new leaders to the front pose that tho national genius has radi treasury and then allowing them to cool This desire to purge the party would cally changed and become incapable of The same revolutionary spirit now rising to its former Jovcl If this be not seizes tho party in the state of New be very commendable if it came nt a Sweeten when cold and place where the beverage will the case it would seem inconceivable York Having stipulated with tho time when the corrupt leaders were at chilled Good iriease get thoroughlyÂ¬ of fever Dethat tho people which in the Middle democrats that all contests of the legis- Â¬ the height of their power but unfor- Â¬ troit Free Press Ages Invented lothic architecture lature should be finally adjusted by the tunately it does not While Piatt had Orange Omelet Put a desort should not if it would produce better court of appeals tho highest legal the whole of New York in his grasp and was using his power for his own spoonful of butter into a saucepan to art than that for which it is now famous tribunal of tho state and that they benefit and that of his friends and in- Â¬ melt beat up two eggs very lightly In saying that the French school is not would abide forever by said decision doing itself justice I do not mean to the court having tgiven judgment cidentally for that of the party tho with a fork turn them into the sauce Whun cooked on imply that any other existing school is against them they now seek to over- Press and tho other organs had no pan and fry quickly biipcrlor to It In fact while much that ride the courts authority by methods word of remonstrance and it was suln one side toss t lie omelet over in the pan is excellent and hi some cases superior or the most revolutionary character stantially the same in the case of Quay and fry the other side Grate the rind to the Work of the French is iieoom- - They have ruled the state so long by The effort to unload these objectiona- Â¬ of half a good orange over it spread plished in other countries there is hard- Â¬ means of a wicked gerrymander they ble and obnoxious leaders because they two tnblcspoonfuls of marmalade on ly lanything elsewhere that can be are lothto surrender and hug the de- Â¬ have ceased to profit the party by their the top turn half over sprinkle with called a school Contemporary painters lusive hope of preventing the demo iniquities does not argue any growth powdered sugar and serve very hot almost every whore are now imitating crats from correcting the evil by block- Â¬ of political morality It indicates only Housekeeper OJVI Hoilcd Halibut Detroit Free Take a piece of tho French The artistic inlluence of ing tho organization of one branch of partisan selfishness Both tho method and results xvliere halibut weighing four pounds Put it Paris is practically universal French the legislature by absenting them- Press into the fish kettle with the hack of the Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant paintings go to all parts of the world selves from its sessions Having boon CONTEMPORARY COMMENT fisli uppermost cover it with cold wa- Â¬ and refreshing to tho taste and acta und the great Parisian ateliers for stu- Â¬ repudiated by the people by a majori ter in which a handful of salt has been gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys The New York court of appcnls dents are crowded with joung men of ty of over fifty thousand and every When it begins to boil skim ofllce of tho state taken from them as has rendered a decision which gives the dissolved all nationuliticH Liiver ana uoweis cleanses the sys- Â¬ democrats control of the senate Re- Â¬ it carefully and then let it just sim Â¬ tem effectually dispels colds headThe question of the results of this in well as the control of the legislature fluence is a grave one which may how- in their desperate straits they resort to publicans now can transfer thoir abuse mer till it is done It will require aches and fevers and cures haliitunl ever be safely left to the judgment of tho methods of robbers aud would put from Gov Hill to the court of last re- Â¬ nearly thirty minutes to oil it Drain constipation Syrup of Figs is tlio it garnish with horseradish egg sauce sort Kansas City Times Mioughtful people when once they take in motion the whirlwind of revolution only remedy of its kind over proIt has been supposed that the or plain melted butter arc served with duced pleasing to tho taeto anjl act fairly into consideration Asyethueh First appealing to what they agreed questions are not enough examined In was a non partisan court asserting president was too busy in studying it Household Monthly Lamb or Veal Hadgers Chop lamb ceptable to tho stomach prompt in natters of art as In matters of fashion thoir entire willingness to abide the how to prevent gerrymanders to per Â¬ there is a great deal of thoughtless ac- - result whatever it might might be re- Â¬ mit him to take part in the Ohio sena- Â¬ or veal very fine and mix with it chop its action and truly beneficial in its coptaucc of whatever comes from Paris lying they alleged upon the justice of torial contest HuUHenjnmin is ver- Â¬ ped parsley a little onion pepper and effects prepared only from tho most nlt Make a batter with one c This question Wars not merely upon their cause they endeavored to hood Â¬ satile Louisville TJourier lournnl half healthy and agreeable substances ita the character of contemporary artistic wink tho people into the belief they There is no question that this is a cup of milk salt and Hour enough to many excellent qualities commend it production but also upon the ideas would rule by the forms of law Over not a billion dollar congress The make a very thick batter Into a pan to all and havo mado it tho most now generally inculcated deter thrown by this high court of appeal democrats will endeavor to bear the of boiling lard drop an iron spoonful of popular remedy known mining whether they be broad they return to their natural level of reproach of niggardliness until tho the batter and in the center of that Syrup of Fics is for sale in 50o deficiency of the revenues shall be met place a smaller spoonful of the minced and 61 bottles by all leading drug- liberal or and narrow and revolutionists and tlisorganiers MM doctrinaire Thw doctrinaire element i iiu uuiiuiry iuiiv uu assured How and the appropriations are reduced to meat When the batter begins to brown gists Any reliablo druggist who 1 or curl at the edges turn them up over may is considerable in contemporary French ever that the legally elected and law a reasonable basis Chicago Globe not navo it on hand will proteaching I once in Paris ventured to abiding democratic legislature will or Â¬ Maines candidacy is in the hands the meat and roll the badger over cure it promptly for any ono who suggest that more study in the Douvre ganize each body in accordance with of the doctors apparently He would long shape When brown all over take wishes to try it Do not accept any of the works of the Florentine and Vo- - the forms of law and in obedience to rather live a private citizen than a out and keep warm Old Homestead substitute nctian masters might be useful to art the will of the majority and without dead candidate or president The HarÂ¬ A fluid useful for removing stains students in general I was told in re- Â¬ resorting to the imperious ways nor rison men wish it were the custom in long standing and for whitening CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO ply that the works of these masters embracing the example and revolu to kill the doctors when a patient linen is made sis follows Dissolve one SAN FRANCISCO CAL lOWSVIUE KY were now considered obsolete Young tionary methods of the billion dollar dies so they would take no chances on quarter of a pound each of chloride of NV Y0fiKt NY St Paul Globe Americans go to Paris and readily as congress proceed at once to inaugurate James lime and common washing soda in similate the ideas aims and methods in tho reforms m legislation so long in de- Â¬ The nomination of Klkliis menus throe quarts of boiling water in an vogue while they fail to gain any serv mand Chicago Herald that JSlaino will not write a letter this earthenware basin strain and bottle iceable knowledge of the great works THE MEANING OF DEMOCRACY year Harrison has a cinch on him for use Put half a pint of this bleach Â¬ of the older art preserved there access that is strong enough to kc p him in ing fluid iu a basin and havo some boilo which constitutes the chief udvuti It Supports tho ItlKlit of tho KuriiiM t o use until it is too late for the ing suds ready in another Dip the Ills KurnliiKx ago of going abroad element to unite on any other stains for a few seconds only in the If thorough When American democracy ceases to candidate praetico in drawing and painting from Then Hlaiue will write a bleach then rinse them in the soapy mean the lowest possible taxation on letter St Louis Ilepublic tins living model be all that is water Should the stains not have dis Â¬ wanted it is a waste of time the people it will be meaningless Coining into power under such appeared repeat the process After Mr Lorenzo F Sleeper is very and money to cross the Atlantic Kvery dollar of tax that goes into the circumstances the democracy has a war Is wash the linen ns usual This What Is valuable In the Parisian disci federal treasury from any source what magnificent opportunity not only to bleach should be managed carefully well known to the citizens of Apple He pline might just as well bo laid in New ever is a dollar taken from the earn remedy the wrongs of republican mis and linen must not he left to soak in it ton Me and neighborhood York and lioston Models may be found ings of tho productive labor of the rule but by a wise affirmative policy says Eight years ago I was taken 11 anywhere and it needs only the same country and when these taxes are in tlte management of stat affairs to sick and suffered as no one but a FOR EVENING WEAR perslstontpraetlce under such guidance tariff taxes levied to prevent exchange make permanent the victory won at dyspeptic can I then began tak thoy Snmn Voiutn to bi Kcmiinlirrnl by AVolI- and criticism as many men in every everyrob the earner of three dollars for the recent election N Y Sun ing August Flower At that time Drensod Men community of art students are com ury dollar that goes into tho treasWhen the debate is opened in I was a great sufferer Every- The linen collar of evening dress con petent to afford to insure results as New York upon the reapportionment Opposed to all unnecessary taxation thing I ate distressed me so that I good as may be reached abroad Hut and redisricting of the state President tinues tlio straight up effect the points had to throw it up Then in a discipline of the artistic sense ns robbery from the earner democrats Harrison will bo forced to take cogni Â¬ at tho greatest eminence where they that oppose unnecessary tariff taxation few moments that horrid distress almost meet and rising gradually from which study of great masterpieces af- Â¬ most because it robs the earner most zance of the worst instance of gerry- Â¬ the back would come on and I would have fords can not be had In America and From the very first the democratic mandering ever practiced in this coun- Â¬ nnl nll etlfTWr The cravat of eveniuir dress is of is not acquired by tho mnjorlty of stu- party has maintained the sacrcdness of try with the possible exception of the white lawn one incli wide without dents who go to Paris because it is tho right of tho earner to Forthat jackknlfo district in Iowa Hut Mr again I took a aot appreciated by the contemporary and has denied tho right of his earnings Harrison has never seen lit to rebuke stitching or embroidery or any advent i little of your med government painters and those who direct Instruc- to take from him any part of tliein his party friends for their shortcom Â¬ tion of a like character Unit may bo Horrid icine and felt much not avoided tion there better and after absolutely necessary for economical ings Whatever is done in the interest The full dress shirt has n wide plain Stomach It is not to bo regretted that students government It stands for this prin of ids party seems to Mr Harrison as taking a little more bosom with which arc worn three white Feeling and amateurs at homo Und so little Jielp ciple because it stands for individual proper as the schemes of Dudley and August Flower my pearl studs or buttoned over three toward suitable preparation for foreign liberty for where government can tho rulings of Woods Chicago Times sowed on old fashioned hinnll small jjyspepsm cusau study Of the largo numbers of youths take away earnings for other purposes pearl If President Harrison carries out peared and since that timel who gp annually from all parts of this than those of keeping tho peace his present intention of exerting the buttons the latter the moro distingue have never had the first sign of it The gloves of full dress are of deli country to pursue courses in Hue arts in administering justlco the people and retaliatory powers conferred upon him aro greater part have small eon slaves A slave Is an earner whoso by tho reciprocity clauso of tho Me cate pearl undressed and with white lean eat anything without the Paris tho coption of their meaning Thoy art earnings aro legally taken from him Klnley law ami Imposes a duty upon or self narrow cording upon the backs least fear of distress T wish all The handkerchief of full dross is of without that preliminary knowledge for tho benefit of others and the pur Â¬ the products of countries which havo that are afflicted with that terrible which should glvo them a basis of judg pose of a tariff made high enough failed to agree to reciprocity treaties fine white linen with narrow hem Â¬ disease or the troubles caused by to ment as to what may bo most protlta stop trade is to mako slaves of tho with the United States the people of stitch bonier it would try August Flower as I The mufller of full dress Is of some bly studied in Europe In tho Parisian earners of tho country Is its this country will learn more In three This am satisfied there is no medicine school they meet with fow enlightening effect as well as its purpose months of tho effect of a tariff than all solid deep color and is in thu form of equal to it ind broadening influences Nearly The fight tho democratic party bus the text books and lecturers could an enlarged handkerchief to be folded everything beyond the range and rou Â¬ been making for the lowest possible teach them in thirty years And the to a width from four to five Inches tine of the uniform technical drill is ig tarm taxation is a light for freedom knowledge thus gained will not con- placed about the neck under the swallow-tall collar and folded across the oml Prof Charles II Moore in At- Â¬ It is not a fight that can bo abandoned tribute to republican strength In IS waistcoat opening lantic Chicago Times Democrats will novor face to the rear Tho boutonniere of full dross Is of on It Hefore thoy would do so they Itlind worshipers of magnetic Unexpected Niwn Pinks chrys would sacrifice every democrat now statesmanship have their ears glued to white flowers always McCorkle I saw Jaysmith driving holding ofllo and if to get thu offices tho ground and republican organs aro anthemums orchids hyacinths gar Â¬ with a married woman yesterday again they vtro obliged to abandon ringing forth double leaded appeals denias or whatever may bo the preva Â¬ McCraoklo Oh thats nothing this light thoy would abandon tho of- Â¬ Though the odor of political sanctity lent flower but always white Cloth McCorkle Hut It was his own wife fices instead Thoy want tho offices may be tempered by tho fragrance of ier aud Furnisher McCraoklo astonished You dont merely as a means to an end tho end guano Investments thoy want Maine ayl lirooidyn Life Tho city of Washington was first of embodying their principles In the to head thoir ticket This Druld llke FOLKS REDUCED J Vy5 13toltMrarmonthb7lirwloMuprbil called the Federal City by President laws and pollolesof thu federal gov idolatry Is utterly uncalled for Hlamo IhirruaonuliW romadlM No mnrvini nn nronron JW Is willing and when tho convention Washington and In the records of time c Jones I hear that Ilonpecks wife ernment trictly rtintjileniwt nRcct w ior una no baa nl m rlrrnUm It scorns possible that in tho Imme- Â¬ calls ho will bo thero with tho eager Â¬ until September l 1701 when tho com- Â¬ UWB NTDKiiMoVIckert ai tikes him wutoh tho baby whun sho nUfilCiUciioW- THIS rArKft nn lp jwm gown put shopping diate future tho democratic party ness of tho blltho robin when tho early missioners directed that tho federal W Koblnson Absurdl What business through internal treachery will bo June hug appears M Ntrrle l Hols in tho pink district should bo called the territory T0 cono lnova seriously involved than it of condition and the only danger Is of of Columbia and the Federal city thu WRITE a cnn nf kcican Midi niiup aasababy to go out shopplug Texas Hon llun V lJutlerl n ocen in many years uuiuuticr all tm ovcrirumtng--lctro- it tcrtntml How TO Irr Rich MalJca 0UWi- - -fHUBS3 Free Press 117 vi n uauiiivutl I Hazel Green Herald A PARTY OF WRONG uttt Â¬ i 7 iner--it8ha- s- Â¬ Logo-dl-Gard- a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ENJOYS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ antl-llar-ris- Flower Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SalvattonOnUrowjL I I Â¬ -- - WKUU tll UIU itw Us J J tki ol die al TDKNED BACK just Now Pooplo Aro Moralizing on Timos Flight get Wick fee md in tl 0S 330 Aro Frequently flood Things for ClirUtlttiwThn HlRliot Hcnvonljr Sniit Aro For flood 1ooplo Dr TnlninRnfl Sermon Talinnjjcs text on Sunday was And Isaiah tho Kinffs xXm 11 II Id prophet cried unto tho Lord and Ho ilce brought tho shadow ten degrees back- Â¬ mo ward bv which It hud gone down in tho nl dial of Aha th Hito is tho llrst clock or watch or 000 hroroniotor or time piece of which the woild has any Knowledge but it was a s watch that did not tick and a clock that did not strike It was a sun dial Ahar the king invontod It Uotween aa tho hours givon to state craft and tho i5 euros oi oiucu no invented somoiuing mo liy which ho could toll tho tiino of dnv Tho sun dial may havo been a to groat column and when tho shadow of id that column reached ono point it was ale P oclock a in and when it reached an re other point it was l oclock p m and all the other hours and half hours wore Or it may have been a so measured flight of stairs such as may now be found in Hindustan and other old conn- Itricfi and when tho shadow reached ono Istep it was 10 oclock a in or another S wVP wns oclock p m and likewiso ALncr hours may have been indicated Tho clepsydra or water clock follow- Â¬ ed the sun dial and tho sand glass fol- Â¬ Then came the lowed tho clepsydra candle clock of Alfred tho Great and is ero in Dr shadows might be turned back First by going much among the young people In most family circles thero aro grand children Hy this Dlvlno arrangoment most of the pooplo who havo passed tho meridian of life can compass themselves by juvenility It is a bad thing for nn old man or old woman to sit looking at tho vivacity of their grandchildren shouting Stop that racket Hotter join in tho fun Let tho eighty-year-ol- d g grandfather join tho grandson or grand daughter My father and mother livod to seo over eighty children and grandchildren and great grandchildren and a more boister- Â¬ ous crew was never turned out on this sublunary sphere and they all seemed the candle was marked into threo parts Keep young to cry to the old folks part was burning ho and while tho first and they did keep young Dont walk himself to religion and while tho pave with a cano unless you havo to or only second part was burning ho gavo himas a defense in a city ufllioted with too self to polities and while the third part man canines Dont wear glasses strong was burning he gave himself to rest er than necessary putting on number camo the wheel and After awhile tens when eighteens will do as well weght elyuk and Pope Sylvester tho Dont go into the country of those who Second was its most important inventor are always talking about rheumatism of centuries And skill tho and lumbago and shortness of breath of mechanism toiled exquisite and tho brevity of human life It is nt the time pieces until the world had too much for my gravity to hear an oc the Vicks clock of tho fourteenth centogenarian talking about tho shortness tury and Huyghens the inventor of human life From all I can find swung tno mst peiidiituin ami ir out he has always been hero and from Hooke contrived the recoil escapement present prospects he is always going to And tho endless chain followed and Hang up you stay Heinain young the ratchet and lover took its place stocking in Christmas time Help the and the compensation balance and the boys ily the kite Teach the girls how and now we stern winder followed lo dress their dolls Hotter than arnica have the buzz and clang of tho great for your stiff joints and catnip tea for clock and watch fnctorics of Switzer Set your sleepless companionship land and Germany and England and Make seems to be What a providential thing it was I back the clock of human life Ahaz re America turning out what It took bought that lot just before tho rise of tho shadow of tho sun dial of the perfection of time pieces 1ooplo make themHow grateful to God I am treat ten degrees the world 0000 years to make tho pres- Â¬ real estate Why selves old by talking about being old I made that investment Â¬ ent chronometer So with the measure- that and wishing for tho good old days ment of longer spaces than minutes and they have made 10 per cent dividend which were never as good as these I sold out my hours Time was calculated from new What a mercy it was that From all I can hear the grandOh yes days collapse moon to new moon men ironi Harvest shares before that we acknowledge God in tho sunshine of children are not half as bad as tho Vt harvest Then the year was pro a bright day or the sunshine of a great grandparents were Matters havo been nounced to bo J51 days and then Hot Hut suppose the day is hushed up Hut if you have ever been duvs and not until a long while after prosperity You havo to light tho gas at in a room adjoining a room where some Sm days Tho ovonts were calculated dark Â¬ Â¬ noon The sun does not show himself very old people a little deaf were talk from the foundation of Rome after ing over old times you will find that ward from the Olympic games Then all day long There is nothing but this age does not monopolize all tho the Kabyloniuns had their measure Â¬ shadow How slow we are to realize young rascals It may now be hard to is from God and the ment of the year and tho llo mans theirs that the storm from God and the chill from get young people up early enough in tho and tho Armenians theirs and tho darkness was God Or we buy tho day before tho morning but tholrgrandparcnts is always Chronology Hindoos theirs had to be pulled out of bed It wrong busy for centuries studying monu- markets retreat or we make an invest now to play mischievous tricks on tho pays or wo purchase ments inscriptions coins and mum Â¬ ment that never eighty years ago at to goods that we can not dispose of or a unsuspecting but trying mies and astronomy school that venerable man sat down drought or lay a plan by which all question crop of grain is ruined by freshet or when wo tooic nccouni ou on a crooked pin not accidentally of dates might bo settled and eveius ourselves placed there and purposely drove tho put in their right place in tho proces- tho 1st of January we found worse olT than we sleigh riding party too near the sion of tho ages Hut the chronologists thousands of dollars edge of the embankment that he might Who under such circum only heaped up a mountain of con- expected God I see how they would look when tum fusion and bewilderment until in tho stances says This lot is from to go into that bled into the snow And that man who sixth century Dionysius Kxignus a must have been allowed has so little patience with childish Let everything unfortunate enterprise for some good exuberance was in olden times up to Roman nbbot said east wind ns daie from tho birth at Hethlehem of reason God controls tho pranks onc hulf of which if practiced of well as tho west wind the Lord Jesus Christ tho Saviour today would set by the I can not look for ono mo My friends the world Tho abbot proposed to and grandmother crazy shadow on grandfather have things dated backward and for- ment on that rctrogrado of what you dial without learning that God Itovivo your remembrance years of age What Almas ward from tho great event lesson wore between five and ten and the i k O li ts i 4V1 ivnrlil controls all toshadows That thatcontrols and with patience capable of every thing UUMIglll bpiCIUlHl i ho learn we need ChrisWhat a mighty thing for Put back tho is not so necessaryl a les- Join with tho young tianity It would have been most tho sunshine shadow of tho dial not ton degrees but can be happy when natural to date everything from tho son for anybody When you sleep eight fifty and sixty and seventy degrees things go right Hut I am glad Creation of the world Set back your clocks by entering on an appetite the chronologists could not too easily hours a night and rise with breakfast new and absorbing Christian work In easily wait for IKuess how old tho world was in order that can not inspire tho young wo havo to tho storo and open your our deslro to to get tho nations in tho habit of dating and go over can In our essays had much to say about than you from that occurrence in its documents mall to read moro ordors has boon accomplished by tho fill nnil in tho next letter you find a what ni histories Kprever fixed is it that you havo been young of Homolus who founded Itomo Jdl history is to bo dated with reference dividend far larger than when ho was twenty years of age of promised and your neighbor comes in Cortes who had conquered Mexico at to the birth of Christ and this matter flattering thing ho has tUeil tho chief ohro to tell you somoabout you and you find thirty years of Pitt who was prime Hales hoard said ffiologist declared that tho world just goods in which minister of Kngland at twenty four a venrs before that all tho styles of fifteen percent years of Kaphael who died at thirty k ii i irimln Christ nn1 nil tho Illustrious events you deal have advanced seven years of Calvin who wrote his and on your way home you SOi the last nlnoteon centuries and all in value Melancthon full romp and institutes at twenty six of the great ovents of all time to come moot your children in a learned professors center of tho tea who took twenty one of years bavc been or shall bo dated from tho there aro roses on tho at health in cheeks all chair of Wrth of Christ who had conquered Ger- Â¬ Thcso things I say table and roses what moro do you want Luther at yon mav know what a watch is round tho table many for tho Reformation by tho tlmo And it is all hat a clock is what nn almanac is of consolation ou ieui as if ho was thlrty fivo years i irM nltv vou a bit ml learn to nppreciato through what very well for us to show how early In Hut for rmld llOSS tllO WOrld toils and haidshlpsand porploxlties tho ono can do very groat things for opposite circumstance my life and tho welfare of the world but those in just orld camo to its present conveniences an omnipotence of God nd comforts and to help you to moro text comes in with somo of tho mightiest work for God has Oh theriia Indcod respectful consideration of tho sun dial meaning Tho shadow been dono by scptugcnarlans Shadow of beroavoment Shadow there Is work which none but such can ow 4 Maz planted In my text Shadow of Imnkruptojl i Tiuv nreservo the enulnolso of e aro told that Ilezolclan tno icing of sickness Shadow of as dying of a boil Shadow of mental depression It must havo been o persecution Shadow of death Speak somites of religion denominationsmen Young n of a reformatory movements tho worst kind of carbuncles am tell aU Wil Nvlthont nnv nnntrnl core and out oh sun dial o Aha for action old men for counsel - tho neoplo that uoii iiiiihhu of you beginning wmctimos loathful A flir was put uppalace win Instead of any energies arouse nnow 0a H as a As Hezekiah sat is his up your Hozokiuh did poultice and sur to fold ttt want to dlo thon His sou who Sow wrapped in invalidismand cata your energies With tho experience by anodynes as to tako obtained and the opportuni- Â¬ tho kingdom had not yot rounded out upon tho you havo you havo had during en born and Hozeklnhs doath would pmsns uM clocU ties of observation you ought to bo ablo to do hand oi been tho death of tho nation So black -a long life t iifil time and saw It move now moro than you did in Pfay for a recovery and told ho a lesson In ono year he learned U got years right after you had passed out well But ho wants somo lincK en degrees hunian raconecd ten your teens Physical power less of racalous sJffn t makJ hlm 8Uro oi jt spiritual power ought to bo more luw the choico of having tho this nonr w cotrol tho Blmdow vour the last hour of their lives what Up to jWowontho BuunHal of Ahaz advance ThTsctTacks sometime th best good old Dr Archibald Alex- Â¬ Retreat Ho replied It would not bo so The great nower for Dr Wood old Dr awe ncrf that can happen o ander old nave mo suu jju JarUj Schiller could not work old Dr Aliinor oiu ur Tt docs go down sooner or later Ho Gorman autlor gcent of in mr old Dr Candiiui old Dr r IWt that if rrn VnMUt In nfhnr unless ho laa h Chalmersl What hav been Hlsmarcl lei the day Instead of going1 to ina ilnwn liim tut bw Inward nn1 nn -- M Â¬ oight-yenr-joun- Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ samo phenomenon And if you do not llko the Hlblo authority turn over your copy of Herodotus and find that awny off in Kgypt tho people noticed that there was something tho matter with the sun The fact is that tho whole universe waits upon God and suns and moons and stars aro not very big things to Him and He can with His little linger turn back an en- Â¬ tire world as easily as you could sot back the hour or minute hand of your clock or watch At the oponing of tho new year people aro moralizing on tho llight of time You all feel that you are moving on toward sundown and many of j ou I aro under consequent depression propose this morning to set the hands of your watches and clocks to going the other way I propose to show you how you may make thu shadow of your dial like the shadow on the dial of Ahaz to stop going forward and make it go backward You think 1 have a big under Â¬ taking on hand but it can bo done if the same Lord who reversed the shadow in Hozokiahs court yard moves upon us Whllo looking at the sun dial of Hezekiah and wo find the shadow retreating we ought to learn that Wo nro God controls the shadows acknowledge his to all ready Wo management of the sunshine in tho glow of a bright stand morning and wo say in our feelings if This life is not with so many words from God this warmth is from God Or wo havo a rush of prosperity and These successes are from God we say sunrise I roo tho Invalid king bol stored up and wrapped In blank ets looking out of tho window upon tho sun dial in tho court ynrd Whllo ho watches tho shadow on tho dial tho shadow begins to retreat Instead of going on toward 0 oclock In tho oven ing it goes back toward 0 oclock In tho morning Tho llgpoultico had been drawing for somo time and sure enough tho boll broko and Hezekiah got welL Now I expect you will cotno on with your higher criticism and try to explain this away and say it was an optical delusion of Hezekiah and tho shadow only seemed to go back or a cloud camo over and it was uncertain which wny tho shadow did go and as Hezekiah ex Â¬ pected it to go back ho took tho action of his own mind for tho retrograde movement No the shadow went back on all tho dials of that land and other lands Turn to II Chronicles 30 81 and find that away off in Habylon tho mighty men of the palace noticed the Â¬ an inspiration instead of depression Kobcrt Chnmbors lame fcot shut him up from other work and ho became the world renowned publisher and helped fashion tho best liternturo of tho ages Tho painful disorder llko thnt of Heze Â¬ kiah railed a carbuncle is spelled exactly tho samo as tho precious stono called carbuncle and tho pang of suffering may becomo tho jewel of Immortal value Your sot back llko that of Ahazs sun dial may bo recovery and triumph I never had a set back but it turned out to bo a sot forward You nover would havo becomo a Christian if you had not had a sot back Tho highest thrones In Heavon aro for tho setbacks In 1S01 tho shadow of the sun dial of this nation was sot back and all things seemed going to ruin and It was set back further in 180J and further in 1801 but there is not an In telligent and well balanced man North or South Knst or West but foels it was set back toward the sunrise Â¬ Hut I promised to show you how tho to Germany and Uladstbno to England and Oliver Wendell Holmes to America in tho tlmo of an advanced ago Let rno say to thoso in tho afternoon of life Dont be putting off tho harness when God wants It Ho will tako it off Dont bo frightened out of llfo by tho grip as many are At tho first sneczo of an influenza many give up nil as lost No now terror has como on tho earth Tho microbes as tho cause of disease described In tho Talmud 1700 years ago ns invlslblo legions of dan t gerous ones Dont bo scared out of llfo by all this talk about heart fail- Â¬ ure That trouble has always been in tho world That is what all tho people that over passed out of this life havo died of heart failure Adam had it and all of his descendants have had It or will havo It Do not bo watch ing for symptoms Symptoms nro often only what wo sometimes seo In tho country a dead owl nailed on a barn door to scare living owls Put your trust in God go to bed at 10 oclock havo tho window open six inches to lot in the fresh air sleep on your right sldo Tho old maxim was and fear nothing right Get thy splndlo and distaff ready and God will send thee flax Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ qomdj norm UAurAVi 4 8 8 COMBS FAoraiBTex The pstroaage ef the traveltaf pafcMe tt reepeetfully tolloltea Table the fceet ato eTery attention fer the eeafert ef faeete v FllED M pl8ly Wanted KELLAM WITH J S TIMMONDS Wholesale General link Grocers PORTSMOUTH -- O Sr SALARY Good AuOVK SALARY WILL BM PEDDLING FOB U AOENT8 LIVE PAID TO THKU INFORMATION ADDRESS op mrrohandibb Aornts to sell o PER WEEK o N CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO 178 W Van Huron St Chicago III ENRY MATLOOK WITH i MCMILLAN HAZEN CO HutiirM Never say you will do presently what your reason or your conscience tolls you should bo dono now No man over shaped his own destiny or the destinies of others wisely and well who dealt much in presontlles Look at nature Sho never postpones When tho time arrives for the buds to open thoy open for the leaves to fall they fall Look Tho shining worlds never upward off PRESENTLY IS TOO LATE Drilling III ruturrn In it Itnthor Kinky WHOLESALE BOOTS AND SHOES KNOXVILLE TENN DAY rTho above goods are handled by CO Hazel Greta Ky J U Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ their risings or their settings put The comets even erratic as they are keep their appointments and eclipses aro always punctual to the minute There are no delays in unjof tho move ments of tho universe which have boon predetermined by tho absolute fiat of AND Procrastination among the Creator the stars might involve the destruction of innumerable systems procrastina tions in the operations of nature on this Nos 131 138 RACE STREET earth might result in famine pesti lence and tho blotting out of the human CINCINNATI O Man however being a free race agent can postpono the performance THE KRUSE S BAHLHAN of his duty and ho doe so toofrequontr ly to his own destruction Tho drafts drawn by indoloneo upon the future are pretty suro to bo dishon ored Make Now your banker Do not say you will economize presently for presently you may bo bankrupt hOOOMPAWY Hegin at once Now is thu time Lach present sacrifice makes future ones 11 15 and 17 West Pearl Stroel easier The selfish mans weakness his selfishness can not bo overcome by CINCINNATI O him If he does not fight it at once Do not think you will repent and mako atonement presently for presently you feguThe wholesale trade of Eastern Ke may bo judged Hear in mind tho very tuoky la respectfully solicited important fact taught alike by the his tory of every nation all rulers and THE private individuals that in at least three cases out of five presently Is ton late N Y Ledger Â¬ Â¬ MARKS BROS MARKS HOUSE oiiora Â¬ Â¬ HARDWARE Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ eight-year-ol- d Â¬ li Â¬ riiulii Tlio key chain wore by many gentle men is the invention of a noted burglar who spent many yours of his life in a dungeon cell for plying his vocation in tho hotels in this city Whllo at work one stormy night trying to turn tho lock of a Walnut street door tho false key dropped in tho snow and while searching for it a watchman camo along and locked the burglar up and had him sent to Moyamensing Having some ingenuity ho thought of having keyu fastened to a chain so that when a limb of tho law appeared he could fly without a thought about tho keys and found it worked like a charm Ho has now seen tho error of his ways and lives comfortably on a royalty from tho Philadelphia Record manufacturers lniiitloii of llm Ky GEO W MAIPIN Notions Â¬ SGOMPANY Wholesale Dry Goods 101 103 and 105 W Fourth Street CINCINNATI 0 South Side Â¬ GROSSMAN SCHLEUTKBR CO t Â¬ 1 i iwd Je 1 to Eif ui tjjjjj f J Ono of the most striking and one of the most encouraging signs of tho times is the over increasing activity of young people in religious nffalrs A few years ago they wero noticeable for Noi 74 and 70 Main Street their absence from nil ecclesiastical gatherings like tho images of Hrutus CINCINNATI 0 and tassius in the ancient imperial pro- Â¬ cession Now they abound on all occa Â¬ sions animating tho scene and vitaliz- GUS MEYER WITH ing the assembly with their young life There Is no sadder fallacy than int which mops out life and divides It Into sacred and secular All llfo Is or should 0 JOIinRRS INO- Kvory day Is a Lords day be sacred The world la our Fathers house Its Hardware Agricultural Implemints busiest whirl uid dustiest crossing and dryest look may be calmed and cleansed OLIVER CHILLED FLOW8 8TOVE CO MALTA PLOWS FOSTER and vitalized by a Christian motive COOKS MILLS EVAFOHATOHftj Horrow the motto of the Kings Daugh CIIAMriON IIEAPKKH 3IUWK1W ters and do all In Ills no mo STODDARD AND ACME HARROWS DOORS AND SASH A SPECIALTY Col Ingorsoll In his recent ad A f Kft Utai dress before tho Now York State Har IRONTON OHIO As long as children association said aro raised in tenement and gutters tho prisons will be full tho gulf botwoen MT DO YOU WANT TO Si VI the rich and poor will grow widor Ono FROM 123 to 60 CENTS ON EVERY will depend on cunning the other on DOLLAR YOU SPEND Iv so writ force It is a great question whothor tor OUR Illtjbtratkd CATALOG those who live in luxury can afford to CONTAINING ILLUSTRATIONS AND PRIORI IH MANUFACTURED allow others to exist in want 0 EVERYTHING manupaotur Tin United States atILLUSTRATION Spinoza boasted that ho had turned XRB FRICKA 10000 OtTALOGUl the devil out of doors Well If he did ALL LINES REPRRSENTED he has come in again bringing seven MAILED PRBB ON APPLICATION other splrlU with him worse than him Â¬ self if possible Human nature is be- CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO deviled nowadays as almost ueter tie No 178 Wrot Van Bure 6t CHICAGO ILL foro and alack since Spinoza is dead there is nqw no one to turn him out of Christ aleHU oaR do doors agalnl Hut many prefer HaUm to Him it Â¬ Saddlery and Harness i c WMKERRG0 -- Â¬ Â¬ Y- Unl r Ju I If the worm eowld havehU way he Hete Fepcr enlr 10 a would never want to be a butterfly rffce Re4 ftUttaeqr j Ih i Cell e f n - Cl A V Hazel Jieen HkiulWASIIIAWNLOTTRR Fob 1202 pre oiitiitivr Plaiul Cliiiiniuiiiof the iijiiiitit tro in oiinige fit oil tlic lloiHiK ff llr t gnu in tlio silver Imttlo by riivornhlv lWiUrA ropnrtinjr to ilie IIoiim from the commit- toe his bill providing for the fret coin ago of diver Whether the light hIiiiII c immediiite or be for n time htnvod oil is to he determined bv the Committee on HAZEL GREEN KY Hi 1802 KiiliH in who- - IiiiiiiN the biteof thohill 1YI I hit now re- committee em in leli nitely prevent the bill being taken up or Novvrf unci it ciin allow it to be taken up and lilli- Among the notes and bond due the buttered to death as it has exclusive nnd Commonwealth of Kentucky the Audi- - nutcoraticauthority under the new rules tor exhibits the following list due from Over legislation to come before the I loiie citizens of Morgan and Magolliu coun and in naming a time for the cloieof de ties bate The Democratic members of that Morgan county Note Cyrus IVrry committee SOiker Crip and Mcs sr dated October 21 18S dr for McMillin and Catchiugs aro on record due one vear after date Xote Cyrus Perry fr for tfMi as advocate- - of fiee coinage but they dated October 21 1881 duo two years mav have been convinced like manv of after date their colleagues that it would bo good Note Cyrus Perry dr for oSiij not to pass the bill until after dated October 2JJ 1881 duo three years politic after date the Presidential election The silver MiigoHin county--T- wo notes of D M men arc however very confident that the linger for 700 each dated September 2i 18SJ and due in 12 and 18 months bill will in due time be taken up and Noto IS P Howard for 110 dated passed as they claim that at least two April 27 188fi duo 12 months after hundred members are determined to do date Noto of H F Howard for 20 dated so even if it be necessary to block everyApril 27 18tf due 12 months after thing else in order to do it Close obdate Noto of J T Howard for inS dated servers predict one of the most bitter April 27 1885 due one year nfter date lights that ever took place in Congress credit 100 May 27 1885 over the bill Tiic list appears in the Frankfort Cap Â¬ The Senate Finance Committee stir ital of February 111 nnd its perusal shows prised no one when it adversely reported that a considerable sum is due the Stale a number of financial bills including from thiH source Citizens of several free coinage and Senator Pfellern laud SPENCER COOPER V Editor M I11 It tegular irropondcui 1 vaitSuYC Av mi i Tffil k Washington - imfvnff 1 Fkmuy are of course eccrct but if they result in even a little bit of reciprocity the public will be greatly surprised The Ianadian nminissiouersareliereof their own accord to submit certain nrnposi- tious io ihi government and not upon the invitation of this government as ha This government will been published hear the propositions just as it would those from any other friendly govern- ment but accepting them is another matter A bill has been favorably reported to the House from the Committee on Iinmi gration absolutely prohibiting Chinese Seeing is Believing eimtili vlun if ic nnt imnlr tt is u iiM i w tin nn itll WIWW iVWJ not trood Sim tihIW JicantifttL Good these ltui M T W Pitii w And a good lamp mticf WV vUvjWUtl V lwW UMII Mb IFmMwk tf3MW Ml t r wouls mean much but to see The Rochester I Ml imtircu tlir triilli mrir fnrriliUv All hintll vy Vb seamless and made in three pieces onhy tough and it is iifisolutiy sttiiu unbreakable Like Aladdins is indeed a wonderful lamp for its mar- Â¬ of old it velous light is purer and brighter than gas light softer than electric light and more cheerful than either Took for till nnip Tnr Kociikstrh Iftlie Intiitulrnlrrhnstrt the tot will X Sdra rZ1 WJ mr now llliisttitvil ritaloKiit Kn hestcr mitt the stvlc von want semi to in ninl we will vnil you n liunp safely Jv extire s your choice of over U000 varieties fioiu the fAtigest an Stmt in Hie itmtd CO HOCIIKSTHIt 12 Park PJacc New York CUy unnln Comment J Â¬ Â¬ immigration The national officers of the Farmers Alliance indignantly deny the story that the Alliance stores are to be turned over to the cordage trust jrAcv vfi6 The Rochester unf WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING DRUGGISTS 8ii KY CATLETTSBURC Happy and content is a home with flic Ko j Tho Largest Drug Houso in tho Ohio Valley Chester a lamp with the light of the morning Manufacturers of 228 REMEDIES that aro Sold by tho Dozen Fortatalczue wnte liothetter Iantfi Go A eu I ok 16000 Square Feet of Floor Room 28 Hands Employed Experience proves that nothing else so rCTSole proprietors UofI theCfamous X X I M P DA F surely destroys scrofula as Ayers Sarsa jTlie only reinedv that is sold on an nlw parilla to cure nil Tains anil flute 0frfr600 X 0000frfr060XXXfr proiirictors of the reiioiviicil ti 0 V- WM A 11 JOB - If Â¬ Kiiiinintce Aches Cramps ami Colie Diarrhua lys enterv etc Ised internally ami exter oiiallv The hest Iiuimfiit in I he world Z IM5ICK J fKNTS disorders of the Puck and f and UrinaryallOrgans riiousamlsKidneys of eer- HINDOO KIDNEY CORDIAL t For the permanent eure of Pains in lw j - itificntcs of those who have used this 2 will e sent on application lKICK 6100 Ciedv B8 BOrFou Saii hy Ditru Stoihs and Couxtky Stokks Evekywhkbe Â¬ ftjyis- -- Â¬ HI Ve S loan bill That report does not settle the silver question in the Senate by any means The freesilverSenatorssay they will await tho action of the House on the llland bill and that if tho House Jenoral Assembly will pass that bill they can forco it State Senator George has presented a through the Senate Mr Harrison of bill providing for n pension for all disa course still stands ready and willing to bled Kentucky soldiers of the late war veto any free coinage bill that gets and calling for a Hoard of State Pension through Chicago wants Congress and with tho Kxamtncrs who shall have the applica- Â¬ tions and award entirely under super- characteristic energy of the city which vision Kentuckys disabled soldiers usually gets what it wants it has sent a Federal and Confederate aro to be pro- strong committee- hero after Congress vided for Only those not now pensioned Tho proposition is to take Congress on and without maintenance are to bo given special trains to Chicago on Saturday sums of from 8 to 20 per month as night the 20th inst giving the members long as they use tho money for theirsup a chance to spend Washingtons birthday port It is to bo hoped that the Senator in finding out what is being done for the will presept the funds along with his Worlds Fair and getting back to Wash Â¬ ington in time for husiiuss Wednesday bill While Henry Jewell living near Tex the 21th inst Present indications are arkana Ark was absent from home a that about one third of Congress will strange negro horribly beat and assaulted make the trip If the bill which the House Hanking his wife and escaped The woman is in and Currency Committee has favorably a dying condition from her injuries one arm being broken and several lingers reported shall become a law it will lie being bitten oil A posse is in pursuitof difficult if not impossible for the officers the negro who will probably be lynched of national banks to Him Ham the depositors by borrowing large sums from the in 21 hours bank on worthless securities Tho latcfct is the announcement that The House has been in a decidedly in ex Senator Ingalls has joined tho Fann vestigating humor this week It adopted er Alliance in Kansas brother Ingalls resolutions providing for investigations Monis to have made a diagnosis of hi of the Worlds Fair the wrecked Nacase of sudden attack of private life and tional Bunks of Hoston and Philadelphia acting upon the principle that like cures and of the Pension Hiireau like is now attempting to make an appli Mr Blaine says the statement that his cation of the hair of tho dog for its bile letter withdrawing his name from the Another natral born durn fool Presidential contest would be shortly folheard from Meredith Stanley Saturday lowed by his resignation from office was He ought to know jumped from the Cincinnati and Coving an infernal lie The House talks economy but when it ton bridge a distaneo of 100 feet into tho Ohio river and sustained injuries comes down to inereiisiug itsown patron ago by the appointment of two nddi which may pVove fatal ditinnal messengers it agrees to it by a Tho Owingsvillo Opinion the new pa vote of iit to on per just started by Herrou Williamsor Hepresentative Hushuellof Wisconsin has beep received and carefully read It lias oil red a resolution in tic House for is a ll colunin folio ably edited and well the appointment of a committee to invesprinted and we predict success to itspro tigate and report whether any articles of prieiors home mauufaeturo aro sold abroad It is believed that the Democratic del cheaper than at home and if m what egates to the National Convention from are the realms therefor The same gen tho DMrict of Columbia who will be tleman has offered a resolution providing j olceted in April will support Senator for the adjournment of Congress on May Uormiiu for tho Prosidonov 81 The first resolution may be adopted but there is little chance for the last one Thcvilatesman who will open a fundi n v dollars to straws that the dog market for American mules will not o w H I wn lml ongress sweltering away considered as kicking against the Vi r i in ii im1 ri uni iuivi vfi vuiLi in uiv mi- my n tariff real of Ordnance appeared before the io Hrowu litis received from Uiited States TreaMirer Xobekyr a draft for Senate Committee on Vast Defences this 000OIU Kentuckys refunded direct weel to argue for the establishment of a v duplicate of tlio Watervleit N YJ gun r factory on tho Pacilic Coast MiddJcdorough iwai visited by fire I tie VUnKUI1 iriipilHliV IIIIMUIISMOII- t WUnrdity inuriiiiitf and prupertv tn tho liuliiK hitly otnileiviiec with iVrS i n i llhnno muHien Jnlin W Foa f VIiaU mxSpetikof tttjud gnon to Itouv n tcr rojirortotithi the rutted States at Imj UWH U guvgl with him Iwttor tiik tin- - Mate depnrttnent Tin ootifercnoos Â¬ Â¬ other mountain counties arc indebted to f io State in small sums but it is a noteworthy fact that Wolfo county does not appear in the list as returned by the Ait itor in response to a resolution of the Printing executed at tlii nlfiee in the high est style of the art and at satNfiietory prices Notchcuris envelopes sale hills tw Work If ho you can get something better than dollars from uh The completion of proiujitly ilone and nothing hut the best the K U R H to Jaekson has cut us ofl from a large wholesale trade heretofore uiaterial useil Semi for estimates had hy us in several counties cast and left on ouc hands an immense stock of yoodswhicli we are compelled to unload and in order to do so we are determined II STAMPKIl to make price do the work prices which will make our patrons happy and make We oiler to Country Merchants extra inducements and guarcompetition howl ATTOJINISY AT antee to them lower prices than they ever got before We are overstocked and WMPTON KY Remember we willduplicato any hill with freights added either must unload We are now rewholesale or retail east or west north or south up hill or down OlV rs his proffsioinil services to the citizens of Wolfe ami adjoining counties Will ceiving such lines bought for cxmi at bottom bargains as will fill every depart- Â¬ make collections mid remittances promptly ment New fresh seasonable choice and cheap We can astonish you with f A T WOO OOD it DAY Do You Need Money A LAW Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ w o 1 It V DAY Â¬ - Ofliee over Kxcliuuu Hank Miiysville St Mt Sterling Ky covered with goods at half prices As the prices we name merely give turn chance Practice in Montgomery Powell Menifee to jret our money out of the goods we cannot uilbrd credit Goods will be sold for Wolfe Itreathitt Itowan Maotlin ami Morgan counties and Superior Court and Court cash only or couutrv produce live stock and school claims taken in exchange Wo have opened a new department under the charge of Miss Laura Rawlinp of Appeals and Miss Lula Dav which is fully stocked with fine Millinery Notions Ladies UFA It Furnishing Goods Wall Paper Carpets and Oil Cloths School Books and Sup HIUSTAFF pies Pictures and Frames etc etc Mis Rawlings is a thoroughly competent Milliner and Dress Maker and wo offer you a City Stock to select fiom You can ATTORNEYS AT LAW get as fine and stylish Millinery and Dresses hero as anywhere and at the very MT STKItLIXn KY lowest prices Yours etc Praeliee In the eourts of Moutnomery ami adjoininj counties ami in the Court of Ap Â¬ Â¬ ATTOUXKYS AT LAW peals and Federal Courts A TK J Physician and Surgeon TAULBKB Hazel Green Wolfe County KENTUCKY J I AY cL OO TT HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY JOHN M ROSE H C SWANGO TTl - V LOCKllAKT DENTIST EZEL KY llAMU Giikkx Kv Mas WV DAY Proprietress This house has licen recently refitted and refurnished and the tahle is atttll times sup plied with the liist in the market Hates reasonable Sample room attached ami spePatronage is cial rates to commercial men iifily respect full v solicited Â¬ Hose DEALERS IN Swango CSTAII noods HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY DAY HOUSE Â¬ Â¬ lower than ever before seen in Hazel Green guaranteed as represented or money refunded Carry a complete lino of Dry Goods Notions Ladies Dress foods Gents Clothing Loots Shoes Hats Patent Modi fines Saddles Harness and sell FOR CASH at prices Â¬ HH MALTIN WITH D H CARPENTER Â¬ WHOLESALE DHY GOODS NOTIONS MOOTS SHOES c CATLHTTSHPHCJ KY ffrtly NEW HOUSE NEW GOODS NEW PRICES Â¬ SEITZ WI Henderson Thos WITH WMOIKSAtK Son Dealer in General Merchandise Y CAMPTON K KNTUCK To lie People Are von tired of paying old aeeoiiut and long prices mid do want to timl a place where von can buv goods with no loss of time AT IltK KS THAT DKFY COMIKTITION and where yon will not lie charged with the loss that follow credit system If so call on me and I will use everv ellort in my power to make our liiiiiiuss association lioih protitahlc and pleasant With thanks for your patronage in tho past and hoping to have a liberal share of the same in future I am V HOMINSON Most respect tally JKO yi ASHLAND KY Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I ltr neurilfv ltlsa Prrlcy Wdl Spt r In VXlXllour Duuuquti Co 1899 HettvToMw rantremeiiis wiui tne hooKs i GKAFIt SCM00I ilknli Tit in iilii tt in i I tuL iw mm- adopted lie the Metiiillevs Smafl Primer Iteviseil Primer it i s I l II I tlllM lllllllllliwtlll UMM llll II I J II I I VIMHnliuil ir Iliiiun meriean hook idainaiiv Dial will enahlc him to sell Ilie hoel Mate Hoard of Idneation at ihc follow ing reduced rales iIiiiiii BOOKS O ii in III ii i I ii JP 1 ilgiuy a- Â¬ i Tli or aro both iwrfuctly veil lion 51 10 am uerer tired of iirulaliitf tho Tonlo 01 Lu ViiUH New Mexico July 8 1830 MetinllKvV lst Felectie tieoLianhv it When I una young my mother hnd a had Jil Feleetie Oographv S io fright and aim khv mo Iter Ihihoiu beoauso I it i th fill l iloptle iMrmliv I Sl WHHorylng itiut two hourrt nftor I had tho Urut The ahove schoohliooh imhlieations of the American Hunt tnnipnnv are weU kiiii1 nttaok of linirt dlstiso ruator KuuiiIkh Norvu Tonlo tim donu luo much fjood and Inn had thu standards and we shall at all limes have a full supply on hand for sale to school ouicvi duulro1 otloct MlUUdli A OUIUIIN teaeliers or pupils at the prices mimed Oilier school lMniks puhlixhed bv the Amern iiii Hook Inmputi M7 Walnut Street Iluelnniiti Mipjilied al eomptuidliiuh low ptlct MimiuiioN Ark Oct ii IfiSK T IUY it CO Hacl Oreea N For four yram my moivlivuKhtcr was niilijuct i to eilloiUu iltH and tho uko of ator Kouniga Nero louio khvo ttitmslUto Batlsfautlon and uliuii hIki commitnutid tukluri it kha has not had uvea tho xUuhtesttiyuiiiouiii of tho dlaoao My heartfelt thuka to tula uhhUcIiiii 1 1 I 1 K FlnnlgiiU write My mothor umM 1HMor Kooiiltiii Nurve Tonlo and fot Keleetio Spellcr Klrst Header Second Itcader Thiul Header Fourth Header Fifth Header sjii i i 17 17 Hays Nrw First Arithmetic veeond Arithmetic Third Arithmetic Kev Ui name lliirli Arithmctie Ke lu Miiie VI in FREE JOHN bOHMlDT A Vnliiitilo Ttnolr on Nnrvnna lHiteiiNa seat tree to any aditre and poor iiatientb ran Mho obtalu I -- liSl - frotary Tiila mituodv bail boon uronarod bv lbs Itnverond iKinr Koenln ot Fort Nane ImU alnceltT1 and yuow prepared underbill illrootbui b tbo tnu iiieiuciuo iree or clmrje PENMANSHn THOROUBH INSTRUCTION IN BOOK KEEPING TYPE WRITINO SHORTdlANO ETC AT THE BRYANT A STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE SOUTH WEST TELEGRAPHY ETC OWNER THIRD AND JEFFERSON STREETS LOUISVILLE KY CATALOGUE FREE uttdtmidVATtttmtffl DDIMTIMH lIMb n KOENIC MED CO Chicago 111 SaHlbyUruirtht9at8lrorUotUe 6fbrS5 XAr2elMSl75 G llotlloa for U rnp UUD rilJ I enrd nAniKAiM rj111 01 1 1 phumimly m yd ki ini iU ur orcKr I I V ninl III i gi juuijimirjj mug j MibStltuthig deed mid leau on mini Joel S Cox vs Wfu Hazel Gheen in ITeiuld Ml WOiFE COUMtY Tin1 Mek Vlllg removing mineral K 1MKUATT K T PlKHATi Miltr llllil merchants ill larger liiilirniiiuu circiihitinu tiiiitiWolfe Murvmi tiiiui mi iiiiifi in ilu Iiiwiii lame II Stumper Jr of Torrent wn in of the suit D I Laudsaw v Z T Hurst Apnea imii will find It Tin nrsT miium through town Siliiilny w ji h li tn secure Moiiuluin Trade disiiii Hd each party paying one half or the Willie Iicnilt of Kil who i attending cot ADV KUTISIMS I5ATI TliANMIXr AilviTliM-uiiiit- Clcr laMlgini oiiU illc ninl Surliii Win Cliinpton Currency of the town arc generally hiipm Agreed l Hurst judgmciiti mljlidgliitf leflnnlHiivtlie lands in controversy and defendant paying the costs H F Â¬ PIER ATT DKAIrtlrt IN CO the time mouths will In- 7i insertion ninl liAccut - inserted fur Imii miI iiipiiiil insertion jsCrAu Tianmknt Aiviiiimxo CAM an ineli for each tin inch for the iirsi ft IN AliVANCI irvr 7 MAxnivi Aiiviitrisiiis is ineli - mouths inches inches incites illcliCS o O t IO Ii 00 tft 71 z fi I - Ml i J Kl illLlllS Libera rules mi liiririr advertisements made known on application Local notices to be interspersed among rciding mutter U eenls a line with a of i per cent where they run a month fir more i Obituaries tributes of iiwiimit iiti ft ti hue Count six words to the line and semi lliUIMt KMI I I 111 IHilllllL tf hitiiiirics mid publish at o cents a line Marriage and death notices not exceeding ten lines solicited and published KlllK rirHiMs i ok ItntsLiAit Aiviurisixu Ufi liill tffelt lAYJJIKilAltTiUIV ON IllM AND Address SltiSCtilt COOPKIt Hael ireeu Ky iti m W 0 Mizc eiirollintr clerk of the Semite is liomc from Fra ikfort for u short visit to his wife mid son pair of Indies gloves were found ami left at this office which the owner can get by calling for same proving property and paying for this notice A Â¬ John M Hose who has just returned from Mt Sterling says the cattle market was one of the dullest he ever attended and that a great many cattle were left over unsold Jimmie Taulhce who is studying med Hrcck Taulhee at icine under Dr It Sterling has been a guest of his uncle Dr J A Taulbee of this place for n week past 1 Â¬ Wiley May and wife nee Miss Emma Kash of Odessa Mo arrived in Hazel They are Green Wednesday evening guests of Dr J M Kash and wife the Mrs Mays parents A column or more of advertising com- Â¬ ing in ntn late hour we are compelled to Â¬ omit several letters of correspondence this week but hope to be able to accom modate all next week Dr Taulbee has n letter from Hon J M Pieratt in which he says Herry is improving rapidly also sends kind greeting to his friends who showed him so much kindness during Iiis sons late illness at Hazel Green Â¬ school at this place went home Siittirilav to C C Hanks ciiardlan vs Virginia Pat see IiN pnrtits and returned Sunday ton rxceptlous to CoininisMioners report CVCIlillL overruled and report confirmed and an ap C Iv Smith of Itichutniid Ky was hern peal prayed to Court of Appeals Itoberi L Pose vs Mary K Hose Judg mt Hiiluidnv mid Sumlnv litoUlnV nltcr iinn lauds in w filch he has an Interest in this ment for divorce I Wand K CCheniiult vs Wiley linker vicinity Judgment perpetuating injunction and for Win Vencil from Madison hut fonncrly the lands in litigation and costs of this eouuly was in town several dnsdu T C Johnson vs J Ii McCunc Jury mut now is 11111 lliil fiu ttiiil jimfiiii Aumi goods while tlicy tiro n iuiui ll mill it llllll disagreed Iini itft he hail in court A Co vs J W Cravens Crain Breed Mr llogan rorinerly or Stillwater this Jurv disagreed Joel S Cox vs J B llollon Ac Jury and county has mocd to town and Is now oe- c ipyhiL the h ai nut nrnnertv formerly jurv for defendants with one cent and costs A Bryant vs Llllie Bryant Dismissed owned by James K Tutt NVc goods to is reason and Margaret ToUon vs Alexander Creech Horn to the wife of W Couglctou of Dismissed without prejudice Line this county on the 11th iust it hoy Isolds Grammar A Co vs Jessie Adams in is you sco It would he impossible lor Weed to urlu aiiy Judgment for plaintiff f2D8Ji interest and under without setting his cars hack profit and for for eosls CI ll K C Hose Ac vs J P Taulbee Sr Ac ii ui Ilii iiviii il iiiiiv tuiiiiiu iiu Jiuniis to sell way to I iwuiiiitilii I likt fililtilttiiiL Judgment for plaintiff 100 and costs Ami L Buchanan vs Klinabeth nuchanan Win everybody is to sell candidates for Circuit Judge and Common way weal ns Attorney us to lio the man for Judgment for divorce Pro- Â¬ to do for Cash is Win L Hurst vs Jonathan Creech Ac each of the otlices ihould h c and costs plaintiff for liS8 Mr Allen Junior member of the firm of Judgment for Judg duce vs Harry llawes Isaiah Atwuter A Allen of Milwaukee Wis was ment for Spencer plaintilfof 40c and costs ve oxtontled the Credit Syntom until wo are compelled to close our in town the past week looking after the UKlmmt Feb 10 W k tliow who wo u to come In and iny part hooka and wo rwpeetfiillv It was with this firm in lumlicr business Trusting you will heed Mh wo rci na in connection with Iiiiniuin Swniin A Co of or account or all of your unto Dleil CO 11 Xew York that Mr Center has made a large F PIEltATT Very r peetfully rtc log and lumber deal w M ceil died on the 10th Inst and James wuiW Died on Wednesday evening Inst the in was buried on the l Mh by the Masonic fraternity with all the honors that body could fiint son of J H llollim our County Clerk at K Collins on Hear lcu Creek about two bstow He was horn in Tazewell county miles from tow n of croup and grip It was Va and moved to Morgan county Kv in 0 about five months old Mrs Collins who the venr 1M7 He was converted about his llOinO t nu iTlllrnr- - Irnvn Pnrm try years ago and lived a Christian life until was a sister of Mrs llollon took the child Alter IK 3 c Unoliio Wlssuy to i He left wife n larico at the death of its mother which occurred death litu tfwu a liiutli and ten clilltlieu oti every known rumoily 1 romoved year Uiinch -ii lnrtc flreli old Ally 5 in turn from u when the child was about two months old of two yearn sUimllnK of He bore his illness with patience friends with tlireo uppllcatlonH On last Wednesday John Lane and llrad anil died in the full triumph of faith ami Walters were tried before H M Tutt Judge he has iloulitless met invcu ones wno nave of the Quarterly they buiinr in j til in de gone before and are now singing praises fault of hail on the charge of carrying con around the throne of Jod S W C Ills tho host preparation I vonvorusedorhcRrd S cealed weapons and brcaciics of the peace of I heartily recommend It to nil Jloreemou in jail and La lie was given thirty live days Notice 2 and Walters was given sixteen days in We have hundred c such taUmonM We will sell on the JOtli day of February smm- I k jail and U They were unable to pay or and some our live stock mules rrlcc8150pcrbolllo Akyourdnmltforlt IMo replevy their lines and they were ordered 182 alland household goods on 1J months LdotiiiioikiltmiHluiiacBUiiuiiiorsllvfrfortrlnlftx horses to jail to pay the penalty HPVHMVrWPfnfln a tit k n v A av it lonnv Ak CO wiutonaii n x time All amounts undergo cash in hand Common Pleas Court adjourned last Sat Purchases must give note at ll per cent iniiiimii urdiiv at noon after an uuiiMially active terest per annum with approved security wecks work tor both Judge and attorneys The sale will take place in the town of Camp1here were hut few common law cases de ion Isaac Kikins H cided and in fact but few trials Three triDavid Hoik W F FlKINK als I believe resulted in hung juries Quite Successors to J A IAII it Co a number of equity causes were decided John Cockkiuiam unsuccessful LKXINOTON KY and in several instances the Campion Ky Feb 8 UI 74 K Main Stkkkt parties praved an appeal which was granted Dealers in Wholesale anil tnc cases win oc uikcii up has just recently W A llvrd of Torrent Straight Kentucky Whiskies returned from atrip to Oklahoma Territory He went prospecting with a view of locating there if he could find a place that suited c Wines BFandies him He talks of returning if he can raise sufficient means to purchase a claim that he FINK OLD WHISKY A SlKCIALTY found for sale He says it is a good counCIGARS AND TOBACCO try but like most other good countries it money for a man to locate himself in takes Agents for Old Pugh Old Pepper Old such a way as to be successful Tarr anil Old Taylor Â¬ II1BA14 MftOBHBISB LIVE STOCK COUNTRY PRODUCE rhenp Good People Play Progression this our want buy more 1 ltt Buy your wm mm Dont that 1 raMM inn 1 - ll- - - II 1 1 business business Wo arc not tho health but inerelytor pleasure nor everybody And the make it profitable the cheaper than anybody tosell or Country that what woare going Â¬ fCW1 IP l w Â¬ Hi 7 Ji WB orjiy-Kyo-He- Â¬ BBlfflK- LLiiiiiiioiiiiiiiiiHiii QUINNS 0INTMEHT j Â¬ Â¬ mm ll Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ R STilAUISK SON THE NEW WEBSTER EUMATISM Â¬ neuralgia and sciatica can always bo with A WEBSTERS INTERNATIONAL successfully treated DICTIONARY James P Taulbee of Daysborough died at the residence of his brother Silas Taulbee on Frozen creek Ureathitt county Sunday of pneumonia imperii His remains were induced by grip Daysborough and buried brought to The sorrowing family has our Monday sympathy will be hero in a few day and those of our merchants who need groceries should hold orders for him All who have herc- tnTnra Our old Accomac friend Fred Kellam Timmonds are well pleased and so long ns Fred Kellam continues with them this will be the verdict of the people Â¬ nntmm7ld tllO llOUSU of M Si S n P Z 1IAZKL GREEN KY The attention of our farmers is directlllackKinlthing of all kinds solicited and ed to the advertisement of Ashland ancojjD TKHM nnciAN work promptly done We make a specialty Park Stallions for 1892 and the galaxy COUNT NOTKH MONDAY NOVUM IU0U HI 1891 of building J horse wagons and guarantee of good ones there shown should interest all work C C Hanks admr vs V O Asburyiic the breeders of this section more than Judgment making deed to Hiram Hwango to TKACHKIW COrilHK embraces all the All who are indebted to the NOTICK arrangement Schools firm or either of us for work must come anything else Hy a special brineheK required in the Common decretal sale lands purchased at Dally and settle and eash orsutlsfactory terms will and Practice a specialty with Mr Treacy wo are able to oiler the vs James K nuchanan Theory M V Little be demanded for all work done hereafter so of this section special induce Judgment for plaintiff for land claimed in drills for Teachers farmers Thanking you for past patronage and IICSINKHS COlMtSK emhraccH the Tea will ments and if they are wise they the petition Appeal granted to Court of chcrs Hook Keeping llusiness liciting ii continuance of the V jj15fc Course When a man Appeals ivnil nf tln nnnortunitv ItOSh A Korms and Transactions and Commercial respectfully Ac c vs Louisa Spencer and C C Hanks a colt that will sell at weaning can raise fur pliiintilfs debt SHIS77 time for 500 it seems indeed foolish to Judgment sell lands of defendants kNOLISII COrilSK prepares for Ken more than decree to tuckv Universllv and Colleges of thnt class raise one that will not sell for e W K McPherson vs II W Taylor M0IKUN laNUUAUKS S7n and our fnrmcrs can secure the best Judgmunt for plaintiffs debt 10 and de B by breeding at the establishment of A farm containing ft ACItKS 0 miles cree t sell land rates are less than any school in Ia Icm from Mt Sterling all in grass except 8 J Treacy S H Hurst vs Amanda liononve juug Our Kentucky Kates or Tuition per Month in acres good soil good Improvements and or ment substituting deed utiiiil neighborhood with an excellent mik WliPn von bnv a fine artistic lamp see AJHliivsAinnuiiaJtoiioni chard and convenient to good hcooIh thnt it has a Rochester burner Look for ment substituting deed vs Plizabeth Keetgn It Is a nice home and postolnee John K Cooper Ac There is The Rochester Payable one half on entering School churches be seen to be appreciated I will the stamp and must Ac Judgment substituting deed middle of term i inrirnlii tlinn can bo found In n difference between a garlic freo lunch Hollou vs William IIcillou Ac theotherat Amanda v u ir iiiiiiltfiiilon Is Hindu before I and un elaborate dinner from the hand Judgment substituting deeil JlOAKIUNfl Steele Ac maybe you of an accomplished chef and rUt U Isaac Herman Ac vs Wyey - ALSO arfl Thoro ill he no more trouble about have noticed the dull light of a common Judgment distributing funds in hands of re board and Imle r Ill e v1 nniT tnri ACItl too high board the cost of III ll ilat wick lamp and tliu soft pure and ceiver to creditors vs win u norm bo only Morgan eouny hiow i u tg willKlllSIhllKli f oo rritmwkfk kvhiiy on Hlaekwater farm about 100 acres clear Hlisha Chambers accommodate brilliant rays of a genuine Kocuester We TIIINti the Miles Kash defendants costs new Dont be deceived or kguiled into tho ment for Hurst Jr Ac vs in L Hurst sixtv bo rders in our new building live In ed and in cultivation and the ba niee In L and cuuil fare I he teachers eosts other is just as good Sr Win belief thnt any timber This ufarm s susceptible ot division Judgment lor defendants Cattdil Ac furniture to unit mire lasers auu utKn the Academy Home and have the iiniiiediato i in M Combs vs W It Insist upon seeing the stamp of the gen William Combs is the a few good horses In part pnyinciit and give D charge of the hoarders It w on Juduinent making deed The Rochester uine burner vs James Spencer caterer no better can be found liberal terms on the balance II Illaekhurn Ac every lamp whether bronze porcelain c J TtMiiiiitiiiukliiLdeedtoiilaIntill II I KlMlJII Ap- 1S f Seeing Kast silver or black wrought iron Orec Is the nreltiest town l InUU l lT Slmri7 HriiceTrliiilile T J Dciiuin Hare is believing from iiimiy ifSuilaudKueliueSchllviilr eru Kentucky free those of more popiila It Tinhn ioiMit i nillwavtownsand 11 Rviiipii Illlll tiou iio saloons or harbors of temptation DEHTOH Inndvcrtentlv we have failed to wel Infill - r K J La- The People welcome strangers and them SHARP TRIMBLE come our old friend Fred Broadhurst to iiroiind solid ed causes cices for goodIHare tliown the supervision t A P- Lueey thu wealthy realm of journalism but we ppv vh abated - and judgment o Ivoree be under All hoarders MT KTKltUXd KY Mr Send for catalogue- - etc now take pleasure in doing so and juduinent vs A P Imvv uu of the teachers for ner Broadhurst a few weeks sinse succeeded causes Defendant prays Have now a complete line of WM H CORD Winches appeal which Is grained Gibson Taylor as editor of the PRINCIPAL May 8 ISIU Jiuiir J m Cockerhiiiii lr vs J Clothing HiiIh Hoots Shoes tor Sun and with tho assistance of our fciiluit 11 u UK clever friend W T Adams will conduct JndVieit A H and JontH Kurnisliing Jowls and that sprightly weekly Mr Taylor has iiHked forBible granted Publishing Couipuny vh Iluht our best wishes for succeps in his chosen C Slolc Ac Jliliuit for controverted Livery Feed and Sale Stable o solicit an inspection of u hi field of the law and wo hopo the new n 4 a i kin i f duintills mil LOOt H aiHl Kllliniiiiru in editor may succeed beyond their most lJV Lraueo- HVit Judg vw Wni A Iltuniicoii n Broadhurst and sanguino expectations Irit Doiible unci Slnirle Vti salstaclorV alltl nltlClCKlUJ and the ment for defenlKits rwi Adams will make a strong team saddle liore lgs and Parties ciilMcy rcCOUUIielKKHl i i uoes nui v t1 iveuiucKy prcM gang for hire Uin two more clover Imivh cd to nnv oiit otrreieion abletehii iik VffnffJTff ftl The fii tly tvUhrHteil W J W i lrrylHii nlrel llin to all calls for ninv Wr want 1000 do5 eggs at 10c We rirl will hNo attend j f thN kind We want j Want your country produce ffli Mt J0 lloueerliig and solicit businv to It tow Mt ik your btirphw change and wo want ifm IMjoii n fi wfiKA rr Smlilie WstjHidl Hfl you goods cheaper than anybody Normal and Preparatory SchoolÂ¬ Â¬ son Ky was in town the past week attend ing court He is an accomplished gentle man and has won u considerable reputation as an attorney and by the way he is u bachelor While he was here he had much to say of our town in general but more particularly of our merchants He expressed the timi ui i n mere nuns n ill Loon clerks hut he thought that none of them compared in nnv particular with the one who has charge of Mr Centers store He said for us to sav nothing about it and wc wont but he thought she would make a man a good wife The protracted meeting is still in progress The preachers are working earnestly but as yet there liave been no visible manifesta tions in the wnv of accessions or conversions They arescattering the seeds In the hope of good results They are sowing in It time and if the harvest is not reaped herelit IImn un will lie reapeu in uicrnnj people of this place church niemberH not excepted seem to be given over to u hard ness of heart and rcprobaey of mind Campion surely needs a great awakening in a religious sense hut it will take something out of the ordinary line of things to bring about this much needed result Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mr H A Hurst attorney-at-la- of Jack Â¬ Ayers Sarsaparifla cure is sure to follow tho persistent use of this medicine I J 1INUFKMKU WITH Kr odltod nml Itcsetfrom Cover to Cover rULLYABnEA5T OP THE TIMES M ROBINSON Importers and Jobbers of AND CO A GRAND INVESTMENT for every Family mid Bchool liutjof Iihm ntotlonnry comjiilsUi IOnYflKlltftd 184 wl N1 full Mtlll fit TlioAutbontriTViilaterviJnlrldjfea DRY Nos GOODS 5U7 NOTIONS lioi n tluiroiiRlily roVUcd nnil rinlBrgcct iinilnr llio supervision of Nonn lorter Yuln Cnlvcrslty and nil M I a itlstliiBuUblntr llltc lirnro tho name Il Has Cured Others will 039 and Ml cure you 1 HAZEL GREEN ROSE ACADEMY 1891 1892 r Wcflt Main Street LOUISVILLE KY norls rliilluliorcr expended boforo tho Orst 300000 copy was print nil OOLD QV ALL BOOICCLLCft Tho tenvtiirn inoro thunn hundred odllo UcIuk employed and over Inriphlct icnt frco by tho publlilicni Cutitlon is needed In tmrchailnK a dlo tloimry iw photogrnphlo reprints ut m uhy edition or Ite mid coniinritlvelywortllc imUrr various Wubstcrnro ImIiii innrltctod names nnd often by inUroprcscntatlon Intornatlonrl Dictionary of revision ncciiiuaoer WEfeGTERS DeBUSK IMlACTKAIi Â¬ Â¬ Blacksmiths and Wagonmakers TlinlntArniilonalw i ch bears Imprint of CO Publishers O St C MKIIIUAM HprlBgtleltl Man V H A qetthe bet HereH the little lewder of Easol Turned to u Watch the time to tell He Is on his knees An the public sees And a prayer Is made For thu Jewelry trado Not that hes busted Or his trade has rusted Hut its times nre tight He thmmlit It rhiht To Hell 2 FARMS FOR SALE goods 100 r 150 and 200 Oncii Face Htcin wind Vinerlean WatelicH iTiWK Large Weight Clocks Mo Mcnotlfiil Walnut SnriiiL locks W Huperlor jual Cfiop Vir Mnu lnir Miichluu Oil 3 ox bottles 10 liv ii T J CAIIU cents Kcspcctfiilly Thau ever before loner j nmr - 4 111 s -- J Traders Deposit Bank MTSTEULINUKY gaimtaii J M U N 200000 Huiti bUH aoooo Â¬ 4 iii IHOSTAFP President L KIHKlATltlCK Vice President W W THOMSON Cashier 1 J Â¬ lIr r- nl Wn rctiinclfullv sollcll the litmitiesH of iiier- chants farmers traders and business men generally tlrougiioit eastern ivenuKy Uve oh general liunklng business done chance to send you bank book pay your checks and loan you money when In need W W lr Thomson Cash - PIERATT Trimble Bros WHOLES ALB ehln7JIll 1 k BQeSSi8 JIT I I jwr iw aji TKRMKG KY w JJ - JI F IN nit att k Co wxts Kis 4tt Uiy wiWiwi jajrCoimlKHi Hinum or HiWlHe Had tbtt MIriHIIp f MwhhImIm Mien aaUla rrHrt Vf v If 41 M Hazel Green Herald Publlihr t AGEG KY t SPENOEH COOIEH HAZEL GREEN ROCK OF - Keel of arjos cleft for mo Snnj it child whoso waving linlr Swept n brow on which whs writ Promiso of a life most fair Rode of nsoM cloft for rap Twim tlio child to girlhood grown Jlndlunt Joyitnd hnpos fulfilled Spoko In ovory look und tone Koch of ogos cleft for mo Ah tlio woman ulngs It now Sorrows crown of Horrow rests On tlio widows pilot brow Kockof ngon cleft for mo Now tho wonunH hair U whlto And hor fading cyon can boo Shadows of npprouchlng night Hock of arjes clrft tor mo Earthly life Is wcllnlghoor lint thoso shadowy eyes can seo As thny novor saw before Koclt of ages cleft for mo Youth Illumes that brow ugaln and ho told mo Mills hod for him the money aihcd That was tho message ho left with me Vor a little while neither of the men spoke and Pearson began to hope that the BUbject was dropped Hut in this ho was disappointed for directly Scraggs resumed it by Buying You helped Green about getting that loan Pearson and I know what jour object was in so doing Perhaps you do Scraggs Pearson replied unconcernedly but for fear you dont Ill tell 3011 My object was to render the man a little service Yes to render him a little scrvico and for what So 3ou For his good of course think all mankind arc like yourself willing to do a fellow creature a favor only when it brings two dollars to your pocket to evei3 one it brings him Pearson said Scraggs severely it is useless to tulle nonsense to me I know 3ou and 1 understand 3our heart You told mo once before 3011 returned cast what your intentions were toward Yes Iiopo otornat lights tho eyes Joy has vanquished every pain Rock of agos cleft for mo Llfos low tldu 1b obblng fuit Let mo hldo myself In Thee Rook and refuge reached at last Koclt of ages wan her song Hock of ages wan hor stay Rock of nges in tho end Took nil sting from death away Muo Willard in Old Homestead iffilMW Ml U 4 Hill I vmfrftto wm a WMkMV1 tCTKx W XJ HssbsSt n topy oFWetePf fife 1391 o ixifs rtIkqmrPJMoMTFflRT CefVSM CJAAilltqNC NOTI is NOT FOit sam girl and I understand that 30 ur Greens intentions are the same 3ct You are striving to get Green in 30111 power and use him as a lever in your efforts with the girl That was your purpose in taking him to Mills to get his mone3 and 3ou are the man who holds that note You are making rather reckless asser- Â¬ tions Scraggs but say they are correct and then what Why 011I3 this you must give the note up to me I will pn3 you a pre- Â¬ mium on it Who ee Must give it up eh Yes 3ou mutt Perhaps 1 must but I fail to see why Look here Pearson 3011 proceed with 3our intentions toward that girl and 1 promise 3ou that lilntchford shall be informed of it without delay Ulatehford What does he care Do 3ou Suppose hed bother his head about a daughter of one of these poor settlers whom he owns body and soul Pshaw he dont care what thoy do or what becomes of them so long as ho has their mortgages Write to Ulateh- Â¬ ford if 3011 want to and see what good it will do you As Pearson delivered himself of these words he kept a close wntch on Scraggs features and though he spoko confi- Â¬ dent and with the utmost indifferlie ence was greatly disturbed lie was in constant dread lest somethiug should transpire to re- Â¬ veal to Scraggs the relation existing between 1 dutch ford and the Greens He became satisfied on the present ocÂ¬ casion however that Scraggs had as jet received no intimation of the truth and he breathed easier Put Scraggs threat to write to Ulatehford disturbed Ho knew that it was not idly him made and he also knew that if he did write tho whole truth would come out and heartless as old Ulatehford was it was hardly possible that ho would sit quietly vlt fqldcd hands and permit his granddaughters ruin Such thoughts ns these occupied Pear Â¬ sons mind and he saw the necessit3 of conciliating the irate agent Mr Scraggs he said whats tho sense of 3011 and I going on like a coll- Â¬ ide of fools I dont care anything for Greens girl and have no designs upon did make a fool assertion a 3ear her or so since to tho effect that I had but I did not mean it Do 3ou swear said Scraggs that you are speaking the truth Why yes If you wish it Pearson replied unblushingly Th en you will perhaps not mindlct ting me havo Greens note No 1 wouldnt If I had It Mills Is the man for 3011 to see on that business Harrv Pearson left the office dlrecth and as lie walked tho street his mind was busy with thoughts of tho interÂ¬ view just ended Old Soaggs Is going to cause me unless I proceed ho mused trouble with the utmost caution llos a shy old devil and now that hos set his mind against me holl do everything In his power to down mo It would bo just his way to wrlto to old Ulatehford and in that case tho jig would bo up with me for Id not only havo Ulatehford down on me but my wife too I his Is a blamed tlckliHh business sure and tho first thing I know old Scraggs will got wind in somo way of tho fact that those Groons are old lUatchfords rela- Â¬ tives and if ho does old Blatchfonl will know of their whereabout andcorao hunting them up Scraggs rovi Green must bo Kept apart and I must tnovo as fast us possible I must havo Louise for I do love hor with all mv soul and I cant thluk of living without hor 1 CHAPTKIt XVII Tin Greens TjuHmuiNx and his aoknt The render may be inclined to think it n little strange that Scraggs should manifest such decided interest in a mat- Â¬ ter that did not at all affect him Hut ns has been said Scruggs was u man of heart and he was a great friend of virtue Uesidcs he was a man of strong impulses and his lilccs and dislikes were extremely pronounced From the moment ho came to know Hnrry Pear son in his true character ho had disliked him and tho instant he became cognizant of Pearsons intentions relative to Louise Oreen he resolved to thwart them if possible And it may bo added that Scraggs was a man who once hav- Â¬ ing formed a purpose never abandoned it until ho had reached tho end Thus mti3 tlu interest of Scraggs in this affair of Greens be accounted for to the satisfaction no doubt of all It was late when Scraggs arrived home and it was impossible for him to do aught that dty but at an car 13 hour the next morning ho repaired to Mills oilice None of the great army of loan Keekers who visited Mills oillco every day had tnadu their appearance 3et and Scraggs found that worthy alone and in a very fov words stated the object of his visit which was to purchase John Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ and though he never had an interview with Louise he gave her to understand the state of his heart nnd did every Â¬ thing in his power to ingratiate himself into her good graces He also sought to broaden and deepen the hold he had upon Johns feelings and upon the whole was quite well satisfied with tho progress ho was making He had no hope of winning Louises love but he thought ho was gaining her esteem and that was enough If I can only have her respect ho thought 1 can easih bring her to my terms when the time comes Green will soon use up the monc3 he bor- Â¬ rowed and then Louise must choose between me and hunger hunger not only for herself but for her father and her sick mother And the victory will be mine 113 easy odds for she is such a simple honest hearted little thing that she will readily make any sacrifice in order to spare her parents Just a few more da3s of clear sailing and I shall arrive in port with my prize all safe nnd sound In the meantime though I must begin to prepare tho girls mind so that she ma be prepared for the climax So in accordance with this idea Pear- Â¬ son managed on the occasion of his next visit to induce Louise to take a walk with him She was loth to go knowing what his sentiments were to ward her and feeling all her old re Â¬ pugnance for him returning in full force but she recalled all his kindness to her father and his generous solici Â¬ tude for her poor mother and she felt it her duty to acquiesce in so small a wish At first he talked of ordinary matters such as an3 two acquaintances might spcak of but finally he became more per- Â¬ sonal and began to ask her about her life To all his questions she made straight forward truthful replies ac- Â¬ knowledging that her existeuce was by no means pleasant I should think he remarked that you would long for society and tho brighter scenes of life I do though I try she replied hard not to It is very wrong to repine and grieve but it is not easy always to avoid it I dont think there is an wrong in it he said Yours is a hard lot and it is only human that you should long for something better Whats the use of longing for some thing I cant have It only makes me the more miserable and besides its a sin against those I love Think of ni poor mother how much less bright her I know it is wrong life is than mine to grieve over 1113 situation and Im ashamed that I am weak enough to do Â¬ During tho next two weeks Pearson went to Greens thrco or four times res CHAPTER XVITI ncnPEsrr makes a rnorosAL most difficult Ho was rockloss bon orlcss nnd lwartless but still ho quailed this girl before this innocent girl whom he loved to desperation Away from her presence he could deliberate on his plan without a qualm of conscience but her sweet face her clear honest eyes disarmed and confused him He felt small and mean and tho llttlo spark of manhood in him made an ef- Â¬ fort to nssert itself For an instant he was overwhelmed with the heinous ness of his intended crime and there was a short conflict between his better and baser natures but tho latter being master of him soon asserted itself and crowded out all sense of shame and re- Â¬ SCHOOL AND CHURCH Â¬ Tlio wholo outlay in London in con nection with tho Young Mens Christian association is said to be 110000 and the membership 0000 Tho South Atlantic university to be built b3 the Presbyterian synods com- Â¬ prising the states of North and South Carolina Georgia and Florida at a cost of S100000 will bo located at Augusta Ga A Chicago school boy received a box on the ear from his teacher and was deaf in that organ for three weeks A school teacher in Montreal was recently fined twcnt3 iive dollars for the same offense The reported expenditure for do Â¬ Â¬ gret noto- - Mi Scraggs Mills re- Â¬ plied promptly but I cannot accom- Â¬ modate you with the noto Why not Scraggs asked Heenuso I loan mono3 as a business und if there is a profit in it I want it Certainly 31 r Mills I did not ex Â¬ pect you to sell the note at its face value You didnt Then you are willing to pay a premium I am or 1 should never have come here Wo money lenders do not do tilings for the fun of it Thats voiy true and for Hint rea Â¬ son I am at a loss to understand why you should bo willing to buy Greens I let him havo note at a premium twieo as much on his property as 1 would under ordinary circumstances That has nothing to do with the matter at all Pleaso state what amount will buy tho note Mills looked at Scraggs rather curl ously for an instant then broke into a soft smile To bo plain with 3011 Mr Scraggs he said and to bring tho affair to a point at once I must say that the note Is not for sale lam sorry Â¬ Pearson made no reply at once but walked on somo distance in silence He was revolving in his mind tlio words she had just spoken and trying to decide how to proceed the most ef fectualh When at last he spoke it was to this effect Well you are right I suppose in thinking that it is useless to grieve for what we cannot have but sometimes we can have things when we do not think so and the Louise looked up inquiring glance Pearson had of her lovely face emboldened him to proceed You can have a happier existence if You can you choose he went on havo friends society and enjoyment They are all within your reach Would 3011 exchange this life for that Something in the eagerness of his voice as he asked the question at- Â¬ tracted the girls attention and caused her to start She had an Intuition of his meaning and longed to ilee from him However as that was not possl- 1 so 1 At no price At no price Majd ask your pnrposo in holding it wlfbn you can mako a good profit l3 letting it go Yes you may nsk Mr Scraggs but I am not compelled to answer 3011 For a moment Scraggs was clearly stumped to use an expressive slang term Tho note was evidently bojond his reach and it seemed usoless to tr3 further to get it Yot ho did not Hko to abandon the effort so soon but how to proceed further ho did not know Scruggs wont back to his own oilice where lie found Pearson in waiting for him John Green jimo up to seo you yes- Â¬ terday afternoon Peuvson began and not finding jon at home loft a message ju lWR-irv-- fti mmm 3 W- m WJUwh - Hi I 1 SAY TIIK WOItl AND TIIEY AUK YOURS with mo I You neednt put yourself1 to tho trouble of stating it said Bcroggs toldlj ihco Green himself delivered ble she walked on without ranking any reph Ho waited awhile and seeing that she was not going to answer him ho repeated his question Jly this time nhn linil lyrmlnpil bor nmnnnsiiro nnd her roph came enlmby and stoadlh she said Yes it is onby natural that I should bo willing to exehnngo this life for a better one I suppose no sane person would hesitate un instant to do that t Thon will you make tho exchange ho asked p- tt a little later by these i WttkNftly Yo Pearson whs taken somewhat aback rords but in a moment he iwwl reoovefsd hh equanimity and said vrli - vJ the way home 3 1 sho replied quietly totally ignoring the At least I meaning of his question cannot hope for suoh a thlug for a long tlmo Ho felt that the tlmo had corao to speak out Yet he hesitated What he That Is impossible Mr Pearson I would If I were free he mused make this girl 1113 honest wife but I am not five and cannot become so and all I can do is to make her my wife in all save the name In somo fnruwny spot where no one knows us or can ever learn of our past she and I can live as man and wife and bo as happj as though we were With old lUatchfords monc3 which justly belongs to her and her mother she shall have all the com- Â¬ forts and pleasures of life and live a lady among the grandest HaiT3 Pearson was not a hardened libertine though he was unprincipled and it requires a soul lost to all shame and feeling to deliberately plot away the virtue and innocence of a young trustful girl Pearsons conscience pricked him decply now that he was ap proaching tlio climax of his purpose and to palliate it he sought by every means to smooth away the evils of his course and leave only the good it prom ised to the poor girl as though there could an3 good come of a life of shame or an enjo3ment froii stolea money His baser nature having in this instance as in all others asserted itself Pearson soon succeeded in putting away all shame and self reproach and with calm determination tool up the subject again Louise he said it is not impossi ble for von to make the change 1 spoke of I said societv wealth and pleasure were within 3our reach They are and all you have to do is Sii3 the word and they are yours He had stopped now and placed him self before her His breath came fut and his blood coursed wildhy Grasping her hand and holding it in spite of her frantic efforts to release it he went on in a rapid hoarse tone Louise I love 3011 and if you will be mine you can have everything that it is in 1113 power to get jou evei3 thing that love enn suggest and money biry You shall have friends among tho highest you shall have a home among the finest 3011 shall have all the pleasures that the rich enjo- - In short Louise be mine and you shall never again know what it is to have a wish urgratified You shall never feel tlio pinch of want or tho cruel touch of a cold world I will make it my study and 1113 work to servo 3011 and 3011 shall be my queen Oh Louise do not weep do not look distressed Be mine Louise Say you will During this passionate delivery the young man attempted to draw Louise to him but she shrank away and made another ineffectual effort to release her hand She was startled by his words no less than 13 his earnest pleading tone Sho feared and abhorred him and ever syllable he uttered went to her heart like a dagger Hardh had he ceased speaking when her pride asserted itself and resent- Â¬ ment Hashed from her eyes Mr Pearson she said what right have you to sa3 such things to me I love 3ou ho replied and I can- Â¬ not suppress my feelings Louise 3011 do not know what a power 3011 hold over me nor to what lengths I would go for 3our sake I love you as never woman was loved before and I do not feel that 1 havo dono an wrong in say ing so For a little while Louise did not re- Â¬ ply and during the silence tho anger melted out of her eyes mid a look of pity succeeded it Perhaps she believed Pearson in earnest nnd felt sony that she must blight his hopes She knew what site would suffer should Paul fail to return her love what pangs of poignant pain that would cause her and doubtless she thought Pearsons feelings similar to her own Sho ma have remembered his gcucrosit to her father and mother and experienced bit- Â¬ ter regret that sho was able to requite his goodness so cruelly Hut whatever the thought that possessed her she be eamo sad and sorrowful and her voice as she spoko trembled perceptibly I am sorry sho began that you have said what you have You had no right to judge mo so illy If I loved you Mr Pearson it would require no promises of riches to lend me to be- Â¬ come 3our wife I am poor and have known little enough of pleasure God knows but I am not so poor that I would sell my hoart my life my hap- Â¬ piness and ni hope of oternit The man I love need offer no wealth to In- Â¬ duce mo to becomo his wife and no man whom I do not love need think mo base enough to bo influenced 03 such I respect 3011 Mr Pearson j an offer for tho sake of what 3ou have done for 5 fool under a thousand thoso 1 love obligations to you but I do not and can- Â¬ not lovo you My heart is anothers and when I marry uy humd shall go whore my heart Is Â¬ Â¬ mestic missions of the Episcopal church for the 3ear ending September 1801 was 201 402 of which gross sum Stj OSJ was expended for work among the colored people The gross receipts for domestic missions for the fiscal year were SJjIIOT New York city with a population of 1700000 lias more than t0 school 1JflO HSOOOO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ teachers an aver age attendance of pupils daily and a total attendance of U00000 The salaries of teachers janitors and em ploycs now aggregate over S5000000 and the expenditure for the schools yearly exceed considerably 000000 Among those ii London who have given themselves eurnesU to work among the poorer classes in London is the earl of Heauchamp who has decid ed to take up his residence among the east end poor for the purpose of direct ing mission work among them The earl is secret ary of the Christ Church mission at Poplar one of the suburban districts The beardless priest is so onh as a matter of custom There is no edict All the popes from upon the subject Adrian VI to Innocent XII and all the cleriryiticn from the cardinals to the young clerics including Ignatius Lo3oln St Francis X a vier Francis de Sales Vincent de Paul the cardinals Bellarmiue and llicheliett were bearded dignitaries of the church The new Georgia asioeution formed by the union of the white and colored churches of the state and South Carolina of the Congregational order will meet at Atlanta April t ISO All the churches of the old association have approved of the plan of union except the First church of Savannah and the Plymouth church of Charleston and these have now withdrawn opposition The Danish government has intro Â¬ duced a bill into the Polkthing provid Â¬ ing for the erection of a state college for women teachers It is calculated to accommodate sixty four the term extends over three vears and no one can be received who has not completed her eighteenth yi ar In connection with the college it is proposed to have a state school for some thirty or fort children of ages between seven and ten so as to afford the intending teach ers an opportuuit3 of useful and prac tical training Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ departments Â¬ Â¬ A HELPFUL oiiiing 11 EXPERIENCE IliHtinthrope H iirt Ilov u Yiiiiiik Man Savcil From Ito furnace fairly delighted the children their only regret was that it wasnt more broken down so it would take longer to fix it Of course it was per- Â¬ fectly natural that the children should look at It just as U1C3 did Nevertheless it was a pleasing incident and be yond tho more amusement that it afforded mo at the moment it yielded this more substantial benefit It awak Â¬ ened me to the fact that the v113 in which things appear often depends very much on how you look at them In this happier frame of mind I discovered that besides tho growlers that 1 had happened to meet there were in the world plenty of thoughtful and con- Â¬ siderate people and that one needed only tho right sort of C3es to be able to seo good points even In the man that N Y got cross about his stovopipe Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- The years that I had spent in learn- Â¬ ing the trade said a wealthy retired stove dealer had left a gloomy im Â¬ pression on me Then as now almost everybod3 that had a furnace that needed fixing up put off attending to it until t he last minute and then they all wanted tlio work done at once Of course most of them had to wait and those who had to wait growled It seemed as though the world was full of growlers At twent3 one I was in dan Â¬ ger of becoming a misanthrope but I was saved from that by a new experi Â¬ ence About tho first call 1 had after start Â¬ ing in business for m3self was from a school Tlio furnace had broken down Kiuldenl in mid winter The school was closed while the repairs were be- Â¬ ing made The breaking down of the Sun Mimical Noto I CO UK CONTINUED Poetio Walter had supposed an easy task he found Texas Siftings Y nut Indignant Gucit This fish smells do the rosa At the Yerger muislon at nn evoniug sociable a musical young lndy phi3cd nnd sung a piece called Sylvan Sounds in which the singing and notes of the mocking bird and tho lark were imitated Did uot that young ladys singing remind you of the singing of the birds You might have thought alio was really a bird asked Gllhooly Yes but I never saw a bird sit down nt a table after it got through singing and hide away three or four cups of tea half a ham and enough cake and You ice cream to founder a mule nover saw a lark or a mocking bird did you replied Hostetter McGianis Â¬ Txas Siftings I I AGRICULTURAL HINTS GROOMING HORSES Hotv to Keep tho Aiiliniiln la a Healthy Tho principal object in grooming is to secure cleanliness The system is continually throwing oft waste matter through the pores of the slcin and if these are allowed to get closed up it is mill Thrifty Condition Vwlou viubH FOR PROTECTION Wny HclM apt to produce an unhealthy stvvV sf the system that if kept up will prevent the best thrift Hy keeping th system healthy less food is required to keep the animal in a thrifty condition In addition to the better health mniutaincd careful grooming is one of the best preventives of lice An animal that is nllmvml t run down and at the same time to be Â¬ come filthy is far more liable to become lousy than if kept clean It is not so much the quantity of grooming done as it is the regularity A thorough brush ing every morning will be of more ueneiu man using the curry comb and brush once or twice a week The grooming should not be done in a way to hurt or fret the animal The currycomb should not be too sharp as the skin of some horses is very tender o v 3 and hard rubbing with a sharp comb is jjj a t v a ea 0 u oo is i aJ a posiuvo torture In many enses the brush could be used to a much better r IZ CSC w 3fUtfJoij advantage and the animal would en Â¬ joy it When tho team is at work in MMMHnHlliKI BD vrcffo many cases considerable trouble could be saved by washing off the legs at I f night when the teams come in then rub dry with a cloth This will not 1 t only lessen the work o keeping clean w NL but avoid the risks of scratches as al lowing the mud to remain on is a lead ing cause of this disease K l Hy grooming regularly and keeping lw v A in a good thrifty condition during the s 1 la Iff f winter the horses are in a much better condition to do the spring work than when they are let run down during the Tisirru roi winter It is often the case that it is necessary to push the teams somewhat deciduous trees as maple black birch This is better than mix in the spring and if they are able to do or chestnut ing them as they would interfere with this it is very important to have kept A portion of thefrrtn good condition during the win- each others grow til such a screen is represented at the top ter One of the most important items Tudor it is shown in doing this economically is careful of our illustration grooming Feeding and caring for the a level farm of moderate size on which stock are the most important work to the prevailing winds are from the The be dono on the farm during the winter south and from the northwest always pays to take all reasonable screens are planted so as to protect It The orchard at the southpains to keep the stock healthy and the fields west corner is represented by the thrifty St Louis lepublic hexagonal planting of the trees placed so as to afford shelter to the garden A USEFUL IMPLEMENT Hy selecting thrifty growers such as A Chair Iork Sulil to lie the lUst In Norway spruce and Scotch larch a Hliiy Itispecti growth twenty five feet high will be Inclosed find a pen picture drawn by reached in about ten years If they are a boy of mine of a chaff fork 1 made sev- Â¬ properly cultivated and forty feet and eral years since which I think superior more iu twenty five years at which for the purpose designated and which age it will be profitable to cut them is not patented and hence can be made down for wood or timber In regions and used by anyone who chooses The subject to cyclones timber screens of Ijiirht tines considerable breadth will prove of head is made as follows each 2 feet long made of good second great importance A dense growth of growth ash set in a head or cross bar large trees where formidable cyclones 7hl inch square Jj inches apart have occurred has often greatly cheeked with a half inch bit Also a second their course and protected buildings in cross bar 5 inches from first hx inch their track Country ientleman square gained into back of tines and PREPARE FOR SPRING 1 Â¬ B Â¬ Â¬ to the sweep of become beneficial in two ways storms by the growth of the timber thoyfirst af ford and secondly by tho protection of the crorw Where the land is vain able ad the timber is less in demand llitf OCltS II1J1V 1u null n wi ur i J lvo 111 ii oreath hvergreens always clothed with verdure will arrest the wind in winter as cflleiently when only a rod in width as a screen of deciduous trees four or five rods wide A n rule the belts should bo wide enough to pcrmitone half to be cut away at a time by which treatment the land will always be protected by the half that remains As soon as the first half Is removed the sprouts or suckers will spring up and start a new screen when the other hulf is taken off Each half may be planted iu different years or it may all bo planted at once and one half allowed to grow longer than the other Or one half may be of evergreen trees as white pine or Nor way spruce and the other half of such limber belts traversing portions of farms exposed WllcI Tre to the Turin An WHY THE HAIR FALLS OUT of Hsldaeis Dyspepsia is one of tho most common causes of baldness Naturo is a great economizer and when tho nntrtont ele Â¬ ments furnished by tho blood aro in sufficient to properly support tho wholo body she cuts off tho supply to parts tho least vital llko tho hair and nails Djtpepita Owe of the Mont Common Came a rmi Â¬ i or unuericeuing ihe hair falls out when the strength of its roots is insuf- ficlent to sustain its weight any longer and a new hnir will tako Its nlnco nn less tho root is diseased For this rea- Â¬ son each person has a certain definlto WILL DO all that Is claimed for It AND MORE hCn lh It Shortens Labor bCglS oTm or fall out massage hnrt scalp Lessens Pain Diminishes Danger to spilt tho Life of Mother nnd Child is excellent Book to Plnco tho tips of the fin- MOTHERS conmailed FREE gors firmly upon tho scalp nnd then taining valuable Information and vibrato or move tho scalp whllo hold- - Pon Corous and Tiiiioat Disoiumns uso voluntary testimonials ing tho pressure steadily This will nOWNs UuoNCUULTitocnns Havo never stimulate the blonilvossola milrnnti VV1 mv liml respecting tlini except Sentby express on receipt of price fl60 per bottle l mini bolter of thut whloh 1 boguu by GHADFIELD REGULATOR CO AtlnntaGa and brinir about better nourishment nf uiiikuuk wen ui ucv ueury n ciru uttcntr SOLD BY ATIi DUUOnlSTS the hair A brush of unevenly tufted Sold only in boxes bristles is also excellent to uso upon TowArn twilight you want to keep your the scalp not tho hair Nationnl Uar- - own counsel bIiico It fs about thou that you bcr i may expect tho cves dropping Boston At Monte Carlo Young English Courier lady to Mr Coincy who is staying at Pou a Coti h or Sore Throat tho boat moil the same hotel Dp yon know I must iclne is Halos llonoy oT ilorehouud nnd Tar put a five franc piece on tho number of Pikes Toothache Drops Cure tuonounmito my nge just for fun Puts one on No Tin man who grasped nta straw wasnt m ju w 25 No 3 wins Littlo sister Oh I drowning lio was trying to drown his Bay Ethel what a pity I Now if you Borrows1 Bostou Post l had really put it on your right age you Biecuamh Pilis euro bilious and nervous In cases of severe fevers this economy is particularly noticeable A single hair Is a soft of history of tho physical condition of an individual during the time It has been growing if one could read closely enough Take a hair from tho beard or from tho head and scrutin- Â¬ ize it aud you will sec that It shows at tenuated places Indicating that at some period of its growth tho blood supply was deficient from overwork anxiety that the hoart lungs aud other vital organs may bo tho better nourished of Olatmeati for Catarrh Tkat Contain Menary As mercury wilt surely destroy the sense of smell and ootnplotoly derange the whole svBtom when entering it through tho mucous surfaces Such articles should nover be used oxcott on prescriptions from repu table physlcluns hs tho damage thoy will do Is ton fold to tho good you can possibly de rivo from them Halls Catarrh Cure man ufacturod by P J Cheney Co Toledo O contains uo mercury nnd Is taken Inter nally acting directly upon the blood anil mucous surfaces of tho system In buying Halls Catarrh Ouro bo suro you get the pcnulno It Is taken Internally and made in Tolpdo Ohio by P J Chenoy k Co Tos ttmonlals frco tarsold by Druggists price 5c per bottle Â¬ Betrr Â¬ EtftllMil MNQT IE DECErrtQ wan lutes Enamels and PstnU Traleh Itala iron ana uurn ok inn nanus injure Hrllllant Odor TheRluwrSun Stote folUh 1 paa ler ae ila le Durable and the eontumer or glass package with erery purckate te Afteii all tho old fash ionod meter bv moonlight is about tho only ono that luu stood tho test of lltno and tho experts Texas Sittings The Only One Uvcr There Is a 8 inch display ndvortisomont this nnpor this week which has no two woras aiiKo excopt ono worn uno sumo is truo of ouch now ono ant carlmr each ivcok from Tho Dr Hurtor Modlclno Co This acc1 R Crcscent on everything i l0U8 thoy inuUo and publish Look for it son them tho nunio of tho word nnd thoy will return you book beautiful lithographs or Hiuupics irco lT s not fl0 muc what you talce out of your pocket as what you foavo la it that Bowa tho alato or your religion Hanis In the Irlnted Caa VTordr Von Flad I MOTHHRS FRIEND is a scientific ally prepared Liniment every Ingre- Â¬ MOTHERS FRIEND MOTHERS FRIEND dient of recognized value and in constant use by the medical profes- Â¬ sion These Ingredients are combined In a manner hitherto unknown Â¬ I LITTLE I IVBD would have wou wouldnt you ny Folks Euchred Fun- Â¬ illness Uoochnnis Pills Hell well beonusa thoy euro L5 cents n box PILLS no Â¬ Intellectual young lady recalling her senses Then youll havo to play it alone Lowell Citizen Gets to the wall Ivy Do you believe Mr Thayer that life Is what wo make it Mr Thayer absorbed in his game I make it hearts Intellectual young lady Â¬ It Is eminently proper for a man who is boring for oil to sign IiIh letters your wcll Washington Star wiHlier NOT GIlirK NOR SICKEN Pur mre for SICK II 10 A D- ACI11S Imptlml dlRcitloneonrtl patloti torpid BlflllcM They roui un tiiii urgii rrmoro nauira1V1U unfit Nftftifiii trwt on ana nuiiicior conquer uurn Â¬ Itonutlfv comnlcxlon by purifying blood lUltKLY Vkukt dlk ono pill r Th dote li iiiMiy iuImI to mil rai nrtrrbrtnuiniich Karh viairontiliii4llcairifil Koldrcry Tkn Mtter thin upruiulta whfrt AW jenulnt rooJi WrCrcecnt Scml t n itmip You gtt 93 ps book with lampt OR HAKTER MEDICINE CO St Lotill Ms pocktl Ilka convculciir pencil uiiiouM iiorvoitH mi Kitohllh ntu order urti luur actiok lcJ Ilulnr HMtH itt Not infrequently tho butcher bryonies a hare dresser Boston Courier Tin fellow who loses his grip nowndnvs Is lucky Yonkers Statesman Tun price of turkey is often an Indigos tion Washington Star A slow match tho courtship of a bashful young man Washington Star m t FORTHEMILLIONSOFCONSUMERSOr GOOD NEWS clvo Uric FaosT in not a teetotolor as ho In variably takes his nip Pittsburgh Dispatch XVv Â¬ Â¬ -- fii t Tor Kverj Hilntr In IIokIIiic ns Karly s rostlldc Ilanllnj I I TIH miKovrn niAFi roitK fastened by screws as shown in No 1 This with a ten cent shovel handle that can be bad at most any hardware store completes the fork when screwed cut to the head as shown in No i my corn fodder for my cattle and this fork for handling it is ahead of any Â¬ thing I over saw can handle a bushel at a tune with perfect ease It is equally convenient in handling fine litter of any kind The head should be made of first class timber then it una bu made very light and still A short shovel durable and strong handle gives you complete control over the fork when loaded My fork has been In continuous use winters for tho past six years and it is as good to day as when first made It only weighs about pounds and cost me about 15 cents over aud above my own labor Cor Ohio Farmer 1 1 able opportunity One tiling that can be looked after in advance is the supply of seed What Â¬ ever quantity is needed in the spring should be secured in good season Orass clover oats corn or any kind of garden seed should be gotten early and tested so that when the season for planting conies there need be no delay Clover and grass seed are usually the first sown and it is important that the first opportunity bo taken advan tage of if a good stand is secured In nearly all cases the early sown Kvery ar oats give the best yield rangement should be made to push the seeding as fast as possible whenevei the soil is iu a good condition to work To do this to the best advantage It is necessary to have the seed on hand and the necessary implements all ready for work With a number of garden crops easi ness is important and the supply of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ With a number of spring crops earli ness in planting or sowing seed is quite an item and it is important to got everything in readiness so that the planting can be done at the first favorÂ¬ f rctiilnlnir all tho vlrtucn of tho lurifor The irrony way ltains Tliry aro Kmiriintoril puruly inos k vtitall lloth nUcm or tbco jillli with Catarrh is to stop it without hIIII IhhikiiI Tho o oiut hIo f Nnvrii let a wild loolcing man pet tho V Tho poisonous irrita- A mil it drop on you with a valise Chicago Trib curing TUTTK TINY JIVllt VlllH une Ib nliiiwn In tho hordor of Ihlrt 4ntl ting snuffs strong caustics solutions balms ami tho like may creams A Nior new umbrella Is uod up when it ia used at all Philadelphia Press perhaps palliate for a time But ELYS It is when tho turkey is fa Iho oven that they mav drive tho discaso to tho thecook studies Browning Lowell Courier lungs riio wrong way is full of CREAM BALM Urxxtxo espenres are those which you danger pay us you go Augusta Chronicle The right way is a proved one is vroitTfii I5mAD is tho staff or life but most men Its with Dr Sagos Catarrli Rem- Â¬ Youkers edy are looking for a pucldln It cures perfectly and per- Â¬ Statesmen TO AM HUN manently by its mild sootlupg FisurUMitNrt llei ofton com to thorn to cleansing and healing properties Woman or Child have a reel foundation - Yonlters tiazotte the worst cases of Chronic Catarrh Ytminu at a streetcar for n hastening It lias proved itself right thou- Â¬ nirciliiff IVoin lady in a Mill of charity bawl Texas Slft- sands of times when everything iH GATARRH Kcotim U a fulling which is invariably clso has failed possessed by the other fellow And this makes its proprietors Not n Liquid orSnliW HAY FE VERl Kagle willing to prove that its tho right A imrnuj ii iiiipiiuu mill oiicil IKIKir IIIMIII tikirniM voiitiR It oftoi takes a in aloh to light up aIlepub- thing for you no matter how bad uiu iriMMiicoiim ni iniKuiHi or iir mull Vi k KIY lIUOTIIKItH W Wurrun SL Nuw lliughauiloti ladyH couuteiiauco your case or of how long standing liiuu BOILING WATER OR MILK If thoy cant euro your Catarrli Tun buzz saw has what might bo termed Youkers theyll pay you 500 m cash on unanprotcliablo manner Statesman Thcv mean it In thoio days of chemical uHeuoo GRATEFUL COMFORTING Theyre certain of their medi- hits often found thut blood will tell ocvwell Courier cine know ing other people Horn Â¬ -- get acquainted with ourselves by MAtkzmcw copvricht lesi tvlilcih TINY LIVER PILL liorxrtollii1yaiiiiilUl7C yet Dr Tutt pltiimirn to iiiiiiiico thut hu In mnv inttliir up Tutt9s Pills It a 9 P a an- - a 500 jr Wm 1 the--BSs- sin PEOMPT AND PERMANENT THE PECULIAR EFFECTS OF COCOA LABELLED LB EPPSS TINS ONLY with mir ft r 1 ir h K v Tin Ohio experiment station reached the conclusion after several trials that corn ensilage is superior to field beets s a flesh aud fat former but that tho beets are preferable for milk produc Â¬ tion Tho dry solids of both compare favorably with those of the grades of other kinds of food At the Ohio experiment station they fhul it profltublo to sow onions in tho hotbed in February or March and transplant in April or May The early orts nch as New Queen or llarletto 1carl ncrmuda ete gave best results under this treatment IN feeding cooked sweet potatoes nhl a small proportion of oatmeal and the pijr wjii j0 nmij to gain more rapidly Allow u rutlonof corn also i good season seed should be secured in good season are es lood seed sown hontial items in securing tl e best growth and yield Manure can be hauled out and ap plied at any time during the winter when the other farm work will per mit and there U manure to haul On the average farm there is no occasion for rotting the additional cost in handling will fully make up for any advantage that rotting may be All things considered tho most econom Â¬ ical plan is to haul direct from tho stables to the fields With some crops in the garden and truck patch com mercial fertilizers can bo mod to good advantage and what is needed should be secured iu good season as it is best before rather than after to apply In Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ST JACOBS OIL SLiMi BORE WELLS raiuoim Vnll JDIJ mi OHIO WELL DRILL mmm IKIU lMcA Ki IjLTaJ W niU Arp Itc Prnmnt anil Pprniflnpnt Puroc lUIMIil tlllM VUIUVI lV UIIIIUHUIM IM urotiiifiiir L00MIS NYHAN TIKFIN OHIO Mfrrt na xIIcltiilniIn umi tiwl rt gir ij ki JSs1 W OKOltOK C OSGOOD fc CO Loweil Mass wrotet Mil LEWItJ DENNIS 130 Moody Ft desires to my that OltHIN IIOIJINSON a boy uf Grarlteville Mns came to his house in J8S1 walking n crutches his leg was bout at Iho Icnco for two inontliH Mr DenniHgavo him 8t Jacobs Oil to rub it In- hix days ho hud no uso for his crutches and went homo cured RHEUMATISM - Jan 17 18M DrncciM CURED TO STAY CURED -- PHsrsldHayMlMO Tho cripple bov ORTtlN nOBINSON cured bvSt Jncolis Oil In 1881 has remained cured Thoyonngiiinn hns been and Pit GEORGE C OSGOOD ia now lit work every day at manual labor 87 WULomUMaa JulvO AHk luta iAiut- - u inxtt ASTHMATIO BUfPALONV hMna of Een Want Ntma and bv doctors LAmEBAURi Buffered ecvcral Aberdeen S Dal Sept 20 1PS8 yoani with chronic Mitch in tho back was ylvt n up Two uoima of St Jacobs Oil cured inc HKItMAN 8CIIWAYGEL vMitlo innko mall YOU nlioolut vlr mtfn-- 1 writs Inrtitment thut H rhn Ilniula m Miikfifoii Mlflilifnii nnd ihrr will inj jrournrrj iai inHnnil Vlewn wlliuull lu4tnKlluai jrNAMC Tlilsl IP fAff Uim li jMfc m n MartftotiTMlckJ Yflll fourV IUY orJ0 blucLi from Ulniiiitiiiti ruviunu fur Ili4 IwU Only VW KUU fCrim your imina anil iot 1UU nnl Viown frcf WrltKC MHIfU AHonluiltgoiiMlcC lt npnim tui nut nk iim in wta O 35 sowing the The tools may bo looked after what AM INVALUABIK FAMILY JICMBDY FOR repairing is needed bo done or if now nexnorrhoids Sun Burns Wounds SprftiusIiheuraatism Skin Ilooases Curo Croup tools aro needed they can be pur Burns IJto Chilblains CoughsTaken Internally Will gained by Etc Colds Soro Throat Thcro is nothing chased waiting while there is uyray more or 10 els 10 cts VASELINE SOAP tented PURE VASELINE 2 01 bottle less risk of loss in delay St Louit VASELINE SOAP Perfurmd 25 15 VASELINE 2 oz bottla Republic POMADE jst seed VASELINEJELLY 15 10 WHITE VASELINE 2 o bottle CAMPHORATED VASELINE 2 01 CAR10LATED VASELINE 2 ez ilura No littv till OPIUM Mornhlno Habit Curedonriul DRJsrEPHtN8btnonOhle HMik ruis rra iut yw 1m -- PWJP tr t ST BERNARDS WrlteforNMW JLut i r Ihd- MonoiIneoMi - miim HisrAitarr i- Dual Kuslcit to Use and Cbaupcat Flsort Itemedy for Cutarrh la the MH 26 u Tiikiik is room on every farm for some hogs but the number that can be kept to the best ml vantage must bo gauged by the different conditions under which the farmer Is working VASELINE COLO CREAM VASELINE CAMPHOR ICE Wlte 25 it Kc jrour toonoy FOR 8AIK IJVEKYWnKKK AT AHOVJ IUICIIH put up ih Be careful to a scent onlyoiTr guulae ImitationaaJ Inbelad or ubatltut you an any dealer ktlto25 Bold by clruwliitK or tent by Mail li T 1Uz111b Wwrwn Pg pj H tU J ANK atMi li i if AWVKKTMKIM CHESEBWOUCH If rfctt MfalNllVlB MANUFACTURING COMPANY U M 137 iM WIIKN WU1YINU lhat yes Vaen A4rilMt fMCAHK In -- C tr - w v i rTr3- lllMV Mllf any trnuhlo lu lias nis wife to help him bear it Iiiih JlnnipiiN Yes Mr IluinpiiK- - Help llllll Wlioti u muriled man 8iii coniai l iatokv orally bear It all around the entire neighborhood HiooUlyn Citizen AVIint tin Nretloil Doctor There Patrick Is xninethliiff that will give you an uppotlto for your I Indeed and she ren jii in jurrsij - dinner The grout nude Is u dinner for me uppe tite liippaieotts UN Arcmiipliliiiiriitft t nt Faith an its not Mint I want lis ft- - liwH sti yLy 3 V iYJ i Visitor Johnny well too truth lohiiny do you speak the Vcsin and Iuelc A I can lie prcttr I Ar f - rwusii arni t W- - h Whats the Tip IVeneh for linger- - A D 18S0 r Little Ilendrietc has fixed grandmat mirror with a llthtvp iiphle poster Tuck trandma eonselously Taint of ton I look in th glass but pears to me Im Ouro City of Toikio Stati of i holdin mv seventy nine goin on eighty Lucas County Ciikxky mukesnntii that ho mighty well Fudge Fkank J is the senior pnrtner of the firm of I 1 Ciiknby Co doing busineH in the 1iaiii1rliiliitiN Kyu ami Sltlli Oliitinnnt Citv of Toledo county and State afore A crUTArx cure for Chronic Sore Eves said and that said firm will pav the sum Tetter Salt Rheum Scald Head Old of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for Chronic Sores FeverSores Eczema Itch each and every case of Oatamih that Prairie Scratches Sore Nipples and Piles cannot bo cured by the use of Halih It is cooling aud soothing Hundreds of Uatarkh Cuke cases have been cured by it after all other FRANK J CHENEY treatment had failed It is put up in lio Sworn to before me and MiOHcrihed in aud f0 cent boxes For sale by Rose mv presence this Gtii day of December Swango octllyl A W GliKAflON v- howls Twonty flvc cents to the waiter - k tit Oulto 11 il Ho Fnrleigh was surprised to hie Notary Public hear that I was your half brother Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally She should think he might bo It and act s directly on the blood and mu is only too evident you are my full cous Hurfnce of the system Send for brother Life testimonials free Cough Following the Jrlppi F J CHENEY CO Many persons who have recovered from Props Toledo 0 Sold by druggists 75 cents h grippe are now troubled with a persistent couh Chamberlains Cough Remedy will promptly loosen this cough An Important Kvcnr Sunday School Teacher Now chil and relieve the lunus etleeting a perma dren we must bear in mind that be nent cure in a very short time 2i and tween our last weeks lesson and this 30 cent bottles for sale by Rose it Swingo quite a period of time is represented as having elapsed During this time a very FAYETTE WILKES 20G important event has taken place Yes Kxhibitinn trial Oct 0 1SS0 223 j Annie noticing a little girl at the end Hay horse hands 3 inches liigh foaled of the class smiling knowingly you May f lS7s Tlie luindsoiiieit son of his great sire and the handsomest of any trot may tell us what it is THE ting bred in tho Tinted States Weve nil got our winter hats SIKKD IJY iKOHOK WILKKS 222 Texas Sittings Sire of Harrv Wilkes 213 luv Wilkes - j SKAL ivldrut - 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ S smmE CoiiHiimiit Ion Curcil Â¬ 31 Ax old physician retired from pracoffers the most complete lineof goods for tice having had placed in his hands by an East India missionary the formula of a simplu vegetable remedy for the speedy and permanent cure of Consumption HroncliHlSCatnrrh Asthma and all Our goods are first class and our Throat and Lung Adoptions nls o a posi- Â¬ and radical cure for Nervous Debiltive ity and all Nervous Complaints after having tested its wonderful curative powers in thousands of cases has felt it his VO Visitors to the city will receive our duty to mnko it known to his sullering best attention follows Actuated by this motive and a Xo 30 K Main St opp Court House desiro to relievo human sullering I will send free of charge to all who desire it LKXIXtJTON KY this recipe in Corman French or English with full directions for preparing Scientific American and using Sent by mail by addressing Agency for with stamp niuning this paper V A Noyhs 820 Powers Ulock Rochester JEWELE R I mmT first colt produced Loekhart with a record C f2H4 It is mv intention to stand Happx Wl overel tl UM W J tleseason UI1J IIIU Vlltla OIIMPiIIIH ofn 1SJ2 at - IXSlUAXCI r Olin IIV llllliril iiiiiii iiiiii- alt iiiiiiiiri iiiiiii ill io ruin r nun mi o iii LkS and ha f in l ir 7 i Tl -- Iiiinirs in sri ure uie services ot one oi tlie iNiuiili vn IIIMI t s MI uiv own m iiriHiini i it- i - n whuluii 11 cseillilll vtS i nml irni mi tim Mr lu v nt i s i ir w s wi t 30 lt UrmS rimrkl11ml1 to him shnnMmarcs v Partis wis urn to breed I i eie 110 X her son of Ill i n an fu iio ht lPy Mfdlmii out of as pod u i I trot in J2U I Mill let sere dam stands at Mike Wilkes pacer 2 lVM Wilson jMiiinsr 21 i U UMernlnel to let So so 217ij Wilcox pacer 21U 210 o own a i INSlKANCh Monev imi v m n si iii mil iii iuiv nuiii c iiiLiii i lit ii in llosa Wilkes 218K Wilton 210 Joe it when inure proves to be in foal bo atiionj the best in tlie countrv Mares bred by the season not provinu in foal have ihe usiml nrivilic i 7T1 trotters and brCl i t of produei live lm sale hiilMred colts and fillies oreaier n r r poninent h res than any farm in the and or sale at prices based on actual individual merit on the shares tuenty appnm d ares For further infor- 1 1 intion see the Catalogue which can he had on iipIicalion Mares kept at remilur rates b Asniland Paik Farm Lexington Ky -I 1 hi rro First dam Sall Hamlet winner oftwo vear i Yoarlincoxliiltition ihrov yeiir old roeord 2 Mi inn iiamiet Mtakejin 18olv Hamlet sire oid - 2i 22 foil rvor old ret ord of Iiretta F tlrlS A VJPantliad 2 201 third lieitl Truro pacer 222 foiirlh hoao Lulv M 221 Leon llveoiir old record JitM tine 22t Mx ycnr old trial Mr Hrookside Flora 220 and the Illiiek lioro IVI hniid hiuli lotded June lu ISsl llrotl at dams of Tliornless 218 Cvclone 22HJ tJranly iiaeeful 22ila and Itiiiu Aliltnd Pink lot ta 220 siitciiUY iianici i mi il1 Mi Own hrothor to lwHiiilcr sifo of Ivsnndcr SlMlinil lllllll SIll lllillll if flillvllli- UovJjJO tain Clay Driftwood and granihini of Wntt LVIIC William Rvuriirv Marlowe pacer 21 by Iaiindn Chief Luj iiimI Lv iiudcr Idol llilii sire ot dams of lovernor 2t0 and Joe Pirst Dam Pattlolatehen trial tirauiliiia of Cliesiuit Wilks J Ml by Mamhriiio Hooker sire Maud Macey 2171 Ao Patchun iie of the dam ufduv Wilkc Third dam the dam of riofe that produced UlDlauohe 22rf by Imp Yorkshire sire of Astral J 18 Uon WI kes IMS 17 Klvira 2I8j Cleora the dam of Ashland Chief sire of Hlack Jloiiri Cloud 217 and tneiity iiino others it the --Mid list Second diim Mnudv hy Stanhopes ltlood Fourth him by Woodpecker thoroughbred Hawk sire of the data of Almoiit J17i sire of Prince 227 tea miles in 2S03M Tho fee of Fayette Wilkes is within the anil A ley Wilko tjUiJ7f Third diufi Puttie bv Downlims Vermont ireach of all and lower than that of anv i sire of thedtim of ICiiigmirJit Mniiihrino miiM oi equal muni in Kentucky Season 100 or 200 TO INSfUi Itrnee JtfOi sire or Kit turrv J1Hi Hell Wilson LJ Gills Vermont sire of Homier Hov - anil sire of the dams of Abel 22J toi Ilrudslmw Jr OK Nollv CLOUD 5195 L LVaii linmhelta L5 Tliu King JiP Out of the dam of Hlack Cloud 217 OiitIawJ MJ Pearl 210 his Fourth do in Jessie bv Thomas Jetleroii sire out of tho dam of Wilson 215 Ho is a beautiful bluck with right hind Hay horse foaled March II 1881 Hied at aiiklu white stands lf- lmiid liiuli and Is a Ashland Park perfeet horse nil over hiiviuhotli bone and SIKKD IIY AHDAILAH WEST MM substance combined with the form and finish sire of Willjin 227 charaeterfstie of the cross he so well repreFirst dam the dam of Hlaek Cloud 2 17 sents viz Hamhletoiiiau sire and Mamhiiuo bv Pilot Walker pacer Patclieu lain This cross Mauds as the very uh Punim r beM because palditr peiforinanees have de- neeoiKl dam tln oV 0 LT Allie ot monstrated its value Of its until repre VtritMSmi i ii1 centatives not one is the sapeiior of Henna V Ih X lsiVrU 4y v 0 da for not one has demonstrated the same m c ner ability to train on from year to year heiin V re nitiK with the vcarliiij form None are betllillo a VVKlV r0MS Vlu nt ter bred or hotter lookiui IIMih1 0St o As a sire his Mieees- is assured as out of e t I cujht Ids tirst eiop two entered the list last V lht i m ls ri V VHiiy hay 13 vear as two year olds namely Hermtidi Hov t minus lllilies Willi iIt in-- inline nm tn 2 25 hult iiiile track and Rosemary 2 V1 I IIL lit lAiriMIIIIL IIOIIVI -IIIIHU llllll iillin Hyrmuda Hoy hoiin one of the larirst winhocks He is a nowerfnlle Imih IM r ning two vearolds of 1801 his first ciolts he ls i i i l J neci set ot inn foaled in 1880 Judged at this age no fw ii 0il jei on a norse n f l siimc io stallion ever sired more uniform intural vs a two vear old lie kuvo gaited colts itli speed unprecedented He in eny ureeii will stand for mares season of 18 freknWe at 01 sXd as mi lie trntiiM n TO IXSrilK the money to he paid as folt in lows 100 at the timeof service and the iiai iniK iu i i nnii n iles in Iiiu nrL UU At thrve years be was not other 100 when tho mare proves in foal in being limited to tliirtv outline mares Par trained ovmiiu to a ery severe attack of lies wihiug to breed to him had hotter book iimk ivii llii ilni meK us a fmir car oldi Asii fivc viMim in ufw their mares eariv Illinroil Mil r1 V III v moro lor tho purJ tuo-w-n- ASHLAND PARK STALLIONS FOR 1892 BERMUDA 5874 igZttkMm HAPPV WEST 3414 2W Hay stallion tonloil May I I8su red nt Ashlirid Park SIItii HY HAPPY MKDRM 100 Sire of Xancv Hanks 200 May ie Cobb 21P4 Kddie C pacer 220 Norman Medium 22j 220 Camille 2204 Hiuv Modiiim 220V Hrigadier iMith 222t4 MititraverH 22li Harry First bovc Medium 1 i8 irst dam Mamie West dam of Cunania tnree yearoKi record -- i Adeline 21 14est Hank 2 t7 three veins old Ac bv Allie West 74 sire of fvwctt2Hi Clint ley Friel 210 I --I Frank Champ 2 11 M Charley West 227 Hachel H 228i Ac also sire dams of Mollie Wilkes 222 M J il 222 221s 1 1 Kruiii j - Second dam Madam Headley dam of Miss Mabel winner two year old Kcutuekv Hreeders Stake 188i and Hapldan dam d loekliart 214by Stanhopes Kdwin 1 Allie Wilkes 222 Wilkes 228 4 Ac 1 1 4 Uiu uii 220 1 4 Wes l- WEST Forrest 81 sire of Harry Stanhopo 2 son of Kdwin Forrest 40 sire of Hilly Hos kins 225 4 Champagne 230 mid the lams of So So 217 4 dam of Ail So 220 K Mambriuo Dudlev JilO Loudon 1 - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 71trSUliW nfi T iT tier I I n i I rt lroslS - - - Â¬ I iti ri I wihiiftrrir I ill 1 1 Third dam Mrs Stanhope bv Mamhrino Chief II sire of Lady Thorn 21S Wood ford Mamhrino 22U aud four others His sons sired Loudon 220 J Pancnast 221 W sire of Patron 214 4 and 70 othHis daughters produced Piedmont er 217 4 Director 217 sire of Direct 2ls 14 pacing 200 Margaret S 212 o anil - otners 111 tne 10 list Fourth dam by Hunts Commodore sire of r 1U odore Helmont sire of ar p1 lMU nMer 228 iera d Mumhnnellosire of SaIU HMVC -- - T I5rltt -- 25 C Fifth dam by Copperhottou grandsire of f HowdiiHl 221 and Donald 227 West is a rich imiliogaiii bay 10 hands 2 ieles liLdi and a borse Y si in me wmi as good act on as nn son Happy Meilium ever sired as at two years old lie could trot in 240 and would mv0 trotted in 2 30 at three vears old had it not liecn for an accident on the curs hv which one of his hind lets was iniured c unsintr hi to have to h thrown Initoi t i i i hi uiis oorse i t ihivu uie uwiiosi j viMiiiniiiii nautical sire ueillK ov Melium one o tin si tn JV i i v ii ii mi mil in u uiiuiiiiri n ue Mt AIMe Wlst the second dam s t n i i i ms 1 Â¬ 220Ji Ac 1 IK 1 1 VOTi-llapiy -- I iriirs - iri -- 1 ra - - mi lOtl Ollll llllMdUll WHO IS III irIv 11 1 fci - H Â¬ J XZ - i1 iiii 0il o1 I 111 I I I tilMs n - UUh lleHlliSllmerTl yniuiil Ki - T KACY 1801 -- Â¬ Â¬ ITPRiCES LOW ONLY FOR A LOO TO THE ESIX KFFECT NOV IT T11E- - Ba fi - KENTUCKY CENTRAL RAILWAY fS DECKER BROTHERS GRAND PIANO AND A YEARS SUBSCRIPTION t x 0XdOfcO OLD IMlK OIIASS KOVTK KENTUCKY IIUUIL I SHORTEST AND QUICKEST HOUTK I KOU UKNTIlVL KENTUCKY TO AM Â¬ Newport News A Mississippi VnllevCo K D 1OINTS iS Y Homo Poiiipltlnn lllntseir -- lyl I Decker Bro Grand Upright Tiano Gladiator itch and Case CAVEATS No A Iioinnire 21 lino Field Glass Aeeoni DESIGN PATENTS A llolman Parallel Utble Duilv COPYRIGHTS oto KxSiin A Venice Parlor Clock For Information nml free Hnnilbook wrilo to CO an nuoMiWAV Nkw Yoinr JlUNN A High Grade Safety Bicycle 2 55 pm Oldest bureau for securinit iatentu In Amerlcn I 02 pm Krory tvitont takon out by us Is lirouelit before An Elgin Watch aud Boss Case tho publto by n uotlco Rireu frou ot clmrgo In tlio 0 10pm A Haydoek Hico Coil Spring 1 Limited Aeeoni Leintni It lliiin 11 00 pin 7 00pm KAST llOtNO Handy Top i nst Ml Kxpressi Dailv ggy 0 15pm Ainu lat Dailv Daily e Stin A Railway Watch in 14 Karat Caso 7301 7 05 pm inehester 12 lOnn Largest clrculntlnn of nny sclentlllo pnper In tho 7 35 pin A Life Scholarship inWat tors iiiliiiiiiil pin world MpictuUdlr liiustrnteil No Intelllitcnt Le 7 anin iJOOpnill Uliiiii Livingston 7300 Lexinuton mini Hliouldbo without It 05 pin Commercial College j eellr S300 a Winchester 8 Mum J ipinjr- - opni Iorhin yunr I1J0 six ninnths Addrena MUNN CO I 50ini IUHMsn eus 3fil Itroudway Now York A Six Octave Champion Organ iS i in 7 12jtm 20000 Mt Sterling 05pm Middleshorouli 7 15 pin A Boublo Barrel Shot Gun DAILY Ciiiiilierlninl itip i 11 pin 3000 Asldand t IU 1L lupin 10 07pmi 8 fOiini iou mlllrn A Silverone Case 7 jewel Watch 10 00 CnttfetlslMirg 7lC All inn orliin il If joii 12 LSpni 102111111 S Vliim Williiuiisluug linrri llom A High Arm Improved Sewing MachincfFOi HmttiiigtoiiAr i 0 pin Ipiii 11 47pni IOiim ml liilrlllrnt Vt 1120 pin lellieo A 15 jewel Watch Boss Case 3300 mil ll i y TlT Iticiiiiioiiil tu I iil 50 pun wist no IM HAIIY 13000 rimi i jt ii jnr A Five Octavo Parlor Organ Ia Orlppo Lunciister I frtpml t lnPs3iA HkaHLkmXuH Utiil it iona A Gladiator Watch DucberCasc i iiurt on ti Le liOOnin I mi 3000 No healthy person need fear any dan All 5 20inii tipinj ii tipin tiin lord Ifluku lo lilrrlr A i2ruim lpni 7 llpm John C Iiucber Watch Case 1000 fntllettshur gerous consequences from an attack of ir jili mjr Ijlljr N No 2 No I il rut ilCtiin 2 0pin 7 27pm NoiiTII HuiMi lfol j la grippe if properly treated It is much Daily Daily Anil 82 other valuable premiums will Ashhuid ifMli r nlm IXMlll iul mi re a Kpresl Tidly Lx Suu the samo as a severe cold ami requires bo presented to yearly subscribers of Mt Sterling i lir ami nlm l0 27aiii 5 OSnm 20pm nr liitin ii ii tho Weekly Enquirer iu April LS92 Winchester precisely tho same treatment Le 7 10 nm Remain Ml lltuii1 5 iSnin 55nm Miiuloril Mck lllillt i 7 oOiini quietly at homo and tako Chamberlains Lexington liloulr liiir le Arll2 5pm H20pni 2 15pm Liiueaster Encloso one dollar for a yearB sub- Â¬ Itieliinoiid mrti llin lliou i 10 15am1 Cough Remedy as directed for a severe i ll mi i a r Iimitcii VkmuuIkii Tiivins run duilv Icllii scription to the Weekly Enquirer ami i i li Le ir own S aniin cold and a prompt and complete recovery i i in connection with Chesiipeake A Ohio nlirr V Williaiiishuri S loam1 lrr III lilt I V V h sure to follow This romedy also coun to New York i r u furiuh fl ItHIIII i teracts any tendency of la grippe to re Ittrt llllilllMI or i 7 Mail TltAlNSruu daily mid innkt t Ii Illtllll tllll iiiiiii iiiji ii sult in pneumonia Among the ninny ii can ilili lliIi i amount what will bo the number of subscribers loenl stops hetween LcNinyton mid Hunt- - Middlcshnroiiuh ii 5S min mi thousands who havo used it during tho in the fivo largest lists received from ington 11 Ciirliin iiiMiiiiiaj 0 25uml ii tnr ltiin- epidemics of the past two years we have i Nov 1 91 to March 31 i2 Livingston jll 0511111 ArHiNTiNfiTON Jc accoiniuoda tut il ill- - t a au yot to learn of a singlo case that has not For same term last winter it was linns run daily 11 15 a iii Liiiisfou l ul STiV recovered or that has resulted in pneumo tsrt S LKXINATOX it MllliKIIKAIt AND llMMi Iticiiiiioiiil Le i 05am 12 11 pin 299 and the winter before was MO i WULJP S G o nia J5 and f0 cent bottles for sale bv 5 i pin ton Si Mt Stiiiin neeouimodtitioiis run Wioehesier A i t ami llii lilrllalul tMCllO The premiums are to bo presented v ii ii run Roio Swango from i 7 4iiiiin JTiiiii il MSHL Ticscrz III llIrrall or to those whoso guesses aro correct or dally eeejt Sunday Caks to and from Lexinifloi 15 pin e 7Mlainj 2 00pm ww nilil liaxal Tllltoirii Sikipino iss rr train I4UBUI anu nearest correct trnm 2511111 TVnni A Nwori Valor For full list set Washington and New York without chniigi Iliris iff i xAfJ pi vt iMIIhfm i 10 5 am ovintiii a 5f5piii ii 17 pi rsS Miss Keys Ever since you have boon nilirnaUrr Weekly Eniuirer now tho largest 12 T1IAS L HHOWN W HA1INKY Cincinnuti ar TiMri 4 Vilionum1 545pm M5pH nuLiiiKotrr llirr Ih uiul Uolltit Yrjra h All ll iuit talking to me l have Ihkmi struck by lulM in lullpjiii uijitOro Ail pago dollar a year paper in the United Jen Puss Agent fleu Agent kin alllf yu something familiar in your voice It tain lula In 111 futllirr hjrno liaim Itj il AithfM States MXINfiTOV KY s It Knoit c i ATMonr l llox Iio Anuimii lulue AIIIN W II H MtlilHONtien Agent Ahhland Ky ivmlndu mo so much of Mr WyekoJTs Sen Iis Agt Trttlit Mmiauer Do you know him ielicral Ofliee- - Louisville K 11 Moiim S Agt Mr Choirs No where does he sing A si den n CINCINNATI O Olliie tlimiilier ol Commerce Huililini -- Puck A Tho proposed new law on revenue aud taxation roported to the Legislature by tho Revisory Commission is especially severe on corporations which it fs clainiod have heretofore failed to list inuoh of their property and it is popular with the fanner as a consequence In tho matter of listing property too low or if possible failing to list it altogether no class of citizens are in a position to throw stones Candor compels us to say that yourhumblo granger is some pumpkins In fact wo are all in that lino himself prone to cheat the tax gatherer and no one seems to think it dishonest except when dono by tho other fellow Colum- Â¬ bia Spectator 1OTTJE WEEKLYEN DUIRER A ffieutifiic wtriran mm 1 INGTON 1 hTlIp E J niZ HAI1TMORE NEW YORK OLD POINT THE SEA SHORE And nil Eastern Cities GilM0 3000 The Direct Line to 20 00 LEXINGTON No 1 LOUISVI LLE No 3 1300 SOtTlI lIOVNI ST LOUIS KANSAS CITY Kxpress Fst Le CHATTANOOGA MEMPHIS 1200 Li s HIiiiii s no nm And all Points West nnd Northwest and iiiiiiuiiui 12300 s IS nm S Is tovinyton South and Southwest 2500 Iaris iju is tun 10 2 pin WAS 1 I NORTH EAST WEST AND SOUTinVI T FAST LINE HEPWEEN LEXING Â¬ TON AND CINCINNATI flS2Seiiiniir iy Eitixt Nov 15 1891 j 1 1 1 1 - 1 SalMllllll mm JPS7 H 1 1 ijlt 1 Â¬ i 1 1 11 1 1 1 j I 1 111 1 I Â¬ Â¬ WSkS Â¬ WiTliTi EeVKssv irirBU K r7 -- sr XijW X II- - I I m I I GUESS Kst ritii i 5 I I H ii I t - Moriilii j 1 I 7ir 1 r- - I 1 4 1 t - 1 mi TITE ENQUIRER COMPANY AGENTS WANTED 1 MKH Surplus can be depended upon besides it is pleas LrxiNcrrov Ky Tilts ilt to tuke-- and seems to be I roe from lltllltC Hunk solieits tho tieeoiints of mcr W It UOSWKLL lnoi uitvioii tariiiep tnidcrs mid liiisineiti men chloroform and the oily substances put t Kilicnuly llirntiajltiiiit rtistom Kentucky ThcrP hus Ikhu uddeil mi Annex with 20 many eouaii mixtures iiu 2f and r IUI lurs m miui iver tnellll nml large w- II entilnted rooms Street tars tNntMiid t Ih l tuiiliu fur DA h 10 most lihcrtil frmsu Illilii tho liults of puss tho door vvery five minutes Located legltiiniitc luinKiiii Mff within tvoijuim of depot octlSlv From lintel Dollnno Mr C WRccd proprietor of the hotel WINTUKSTKII KY Pel lone Omaha one of the finest now and modern hotels in the west says of N II WrrilKHSlOON President ChRrnVrlnins Cough Hemedy We It 1 HUNTKH Cnshler lutvo used It in our family for years with tho most satisfactory results especially Paid up CnpitiiT 200f00000 for our children for colds aud croup It WINCHESTER BANK 00 Good Solicitors liuike from 200 to a day during Winter Season Only iIiom willing to work Indies or gentlemen need ENQUIRER COMPANY Cincinnati 0 liiimra IIllWlIM out CLARENDON TIlK Cor Linicatnnc mid Jhort st Cavcatfi and Trailo Marks obtained and all Put lutKluciis conducted for Moderate Fens Our Office Is Opposite US Patent Office nnd wo run neruro patent lnlestlinothniitlio rcmnto from Wnahington bend model draw Iuk or photo v Ith derrip tlon Wo advlso If patentnblo or not frco of charge Our fco not due till patent secured A PamBtiltt How to Obtain Patents v It Ii naraca of actual clients lnjourt5tate county r town sent free ddreii ltowliiii which is ilai except Siindav linns duilv except Situdu Lexington toCiiKMiiiiiiti No Itlllis ilnilv Nt I Itiin tlnilv from all iilliis x lv cepi the Kowland Division which i except Suuilax No Daih Itrcpt Siiudiiv Nt Duilv heluceu riiudiiiiiitl mnl iliutoii Nos and i in ike councctious l W Chester for piuiiis mi the N N V M V n 1 Mivisimi No 2 I Duilv Inlll points ifipl finciiiiiali f fi 1 i 1 Y i I- - - 1 CASNOWCO pKe Of Patent Office Washlnston 0 Cs thinuuh t r irr nun in Mnliiin1 fimiuli md Ni dnh iip ul tUI lull rut t rni mill l rl IHM duh st fit us mid