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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r SPENCER COOPER Owner and Editor Ham Green Herald Of n i h Noisy World With News From All Nations LumbYing tit His Bnolc iiiiMMiiwMi Hp KnrM tlit Sl00 A YEAR Always In Advan u SEVKATIL YiJAK JiAZEL GREEN AVOLFE COUNTY KY laUDAYFEiniUAUY H 20 1892 KTMBER 40 NO PAY NO iiMiiiiMriinrrirnTrnirmTiTTTrri STATE SUNSHINE AND SHADOW WE SHALL HAVE THE MONGOOSE wn felDini p IISSII fProflts UJU GREAT FIFTY CENTS ON THE DOLLAR SALE CLOTHING Wc arc going to iwke some improvements in our store roorti after January 1st The contract is signed and sealed with the contractors consequently we are compelled to sell our stock or pack it away We prefer selling it at a sacrifice Â¬ The Mt Sterling Sentinel Democrat has a curiosity of an cue within an ogg on exhibition Ralph Wilkes the 10000 3 vear old bought at Lexington recently lias been shipped to Boston Frank II Peyton was arrested in lou iaville last week on the charge of embez zlement at Atlanta Oa In the Court of Appeals the case of Mize vs Turner Morgan county was last week called and continued Near Middlesborough Frank Martin of the Turner faction was idiot and killed by Wm Brooks one of the Parton gang The Bath county bar kicks vigorously against the proposed judicial district of Bath Rowan Montgomery Powell and Nicholas John E Dye a young lawyer of Som- Â¬ erset was asphyxiated by gas in the Pluonix Hotel at Lexington one night Â¬ PAPER Ml ami otlmr lNMtft Tho mongoose is to be added to the fauna of tins country under government auspices It is a native- of India and is a small carniverous animal about the size of a big cat In India it docs excellent service by killing snakes for which it has a mortal antipathy not hesitating to at tack tho formidable cobra and almost invariably winning the fight It is also death on rats and on this account it was imported not long ago to the Snndwioh Islands Field rats the multitudinous progeny of the domestic species run wild wore creating havoc there and this remedy was UuIm Â¬ iavlljj bj ixUrillm To moot our expenses wo must inMst on collecting au subscriptions in advance Your Subscription Expire 180 v Every suit of Clothes every Overcoat every Pair of Pants marked in plain figures We will just split them in half This means 50 cents on the dollar The cheapest sale of line ready made Clothing in Kentucky Our business is not conducted by fakes and guessing schemes The man thats selling watch chains on the street corner for M throwing in a watch just to show his generosity needs watching flSHIBIft last week A 11 win MnPiiiilni i v niiiniKiii v lilllllnviliu At r and Mrs Jehu Ulrieh are settling in court as to which is the mother of a child T tricksters and green goods Nuzzle Dizle Bunco Steerors Inreturns from small investments sharps iilwavs promise great such telligent minds are on to the racket and take no stock in humbuggery lis value they want Â¬ 100 CENTS WORTH OF GOODS FOR 100 CENTS IN CASH Is what we give the people But at this sale I Both claim to be Covington protests in pronounced terms against the charter prepared by Lexing ton and promulgated for Lexington Newport and Covington At Lexington J Stuart Smith has been held in 7f0 bail to answer the charge ot fraudulently securing the signature of E D Herr to a note The Young Mens Christian Associa tion of Kentucky met at Danville last week and the addre s of welcome was made by Hon John W Yerkes Hiram Smith agent of the Newport News and Mississippi Valley railroad at Kuttawa is missing and foul play is He had 400 when last seen feared Wm Hansford has been sent from Danville to the penitentiary for life He was sent up for grand larceny and the reason he gets a life term is because this is his Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 100 CENTS WORTH AT 50 GENTS ON THE DOLLAR Everv article in our establishment is ticketed at the lowest price possible The stamp of durability is on every garment If vou have not dealt with us ask your neighbor who lias invite vou to our store feeling assured that you will be pleased We with our garments and satisfied with the matchless values we oiler third trip John Cochran of Louisville has pur L G STRAUS LEADING CLOTHIERS 1 LEXINGTON KENTUCKY HMnaHHMHHHHHflHHHIfll HBiMHHHIHHttflHHNIHH W ciWrminnriffl llfnirv nunc i 0UGH5 i UUdaLnd inn II R E S THIS CELEBRATED REMEDY HAS WEN lSH VHTH SUCCESS OLDS fOR THE LAST COR SALE TAD EVERYWHERE 20 YEARS ONSUMrnOHafeH FEHIlf m fifBANO AT chased the Spring Hill distillery property at Frankfort and Ithe supply of liquid illi corn lor ine legislators increased The Bourbon New emphatically do nie that a Hill club has boei organized in Bourbon and intimates that it will be an up nill business whenever the job is mulct taken MwMlpulwtrniifh it is announced v- tbiit there is no truth in the report tlint Berry Turner the leader of thu lurner faction in the filed with tho Partons has been lynched The following new fourth class post masters bae been appointed for Ken tuckv W W Amlurgy Huncombe Knott county J M McGuire Omer Morgan county William Henderson of Olive Hillha brought suit in the Carter County Circuit Court against the Carter County Bugle put lished at Grayson for i0000 dama ges for alleged libel At llichniond Nat Cotton shot his llendren Win Hcndrcn brother-in-lalllCHling Ulllini was B11 wished to marry an old suitor on theday set for her miirfimre U another man Deputy SherillMarsee shot and proba blv fatallv wounded Frank Lambert at Mingo Mountain near Middlesborough Lambert had been riotine and Marsee Â¬ shot him for resisting arrest Tho shoot defense ing wa in self rvtiirrrtaamtm Montgomery lias made a atrong argument before tho House Com mittcoon lti vers and Harbors in favor of an appropriation of 200000 to continue the work of locking and damming tho Green river in Kentucky abovo Barron THE Itaglist Ifcitehen w ssr 1 o short Street Lexington Jty T- - UiliH it V M M B x wTcbSveS HAZEL GBBEN KY CUS LUICART Proprietor spvuuui j UNDERTAKtK ANIl DKAIKIt IN vears Tho machinery of life stopped moving in tho most quiet way bho was And Trimmings of All Kinds born Jmio 4 1780 in Nelson county 1 33 She linn n son 82 years old 81 gran COFFINS 01 A notice an at low prices crandchildrdi Up children and 64 great fnkt WT nm nronare to furnish on short l Ls she attended i in KINUd ANDSliSKS from the cheapest to the very a fino mxrv ami lO OUIIUIIY wivi iaii up 5 than vou can buy the trimmings Price of Coflms from regularly and was in the full church will deliver coffins cheap possession of all her faculticH C0FFINSCASKETS WHICH ffiisurinuiru i2 imiuiu u wn students Miss Miunio h an efficient teacher and her scholars aro rapidly imThe simple facts about David B Hills proving career are that ho learned his first lessons I have been very much delighted with in political methods from a man who was Texas ever since I cuino to the State and fint dismissed from the Union army and if my mind does not change this will bo that his chief my afterwards a convict luturo home yet there is no placoon wartaro nave aiwnya necu earth hair so sweet as dear old Wolfo weapons in briberv trickery and party treachery county where my boyhood days wero that ho has habituitlly lornied his politi- spent It seems to mo whou my mind cal alliances with tho worst elements of reverts back to tho place ami time where society thathc has from his earliest man so many happy hours wero spent with hood to the present moment never asso my dear old schoolmates that tho placo ciated with the respectable elements of must vet bo like a forest of evergreen society but with tho basest and most detrees fiko a bunch of rosea that bloom praved that ho has conferred tho public tho vnar round like a vase of uweet offices within his uift upon the men who flowers that never failing grow arc tho most willing ami unscrupulous I am going to attend thu Worlds Fair in doing his political work and that the at Chicago in 1808 and will also visit my theft of the control of the Statu Senate old homo and friends in Kentiicky with which he has ended his career as Pleaso dont lot that bltioeyed girl Governor is tho logical and fitting cul- marry until I seo her again mination of a busy lifetime of political Pleaso send mo Tm I1iuaid to this crime That a man with hucIi a record place and notify me when my subscrip as this is should presume to oiler himself tion expires Cant possibly do without as a candidate of a great party for the it and as there aro quite a number of Presidency of the United States is tho KontuckiaiiH in this county I am mado most astonishing event of our political to believe that I will be able to send you Nothingapproaching it hasovor a club of new subscribers in the near fu history iiimiimioil fire or is likely to ovor ture Will go arouiiu anu wo tnom soon happen again for it s preposterous w as- f i win Hume that the experiment can uco t w th Xo BPfo you the now fro this countv anything except overwhelming rebuke overy mouth thn is u I11V ictiers ooirt and failure N Y Evening Post find their way to thu waste basket and your competent and punctual corrcBpond outa will permit mo to bu numbered with llln Unity them Kendall has received Itepresentalivo With best wishes for the prosperity of number of letters from bis constit- Â¬ largo the TLhi HciuiDund its many readers 1 tun uents asking for information about STANLISY bills that have been introduced for the f internally yours repeal of the tax on fruit brandies Mr A Oiini nntoml Kfiiirdy Kendall had a talk with several members Megriiiiine tho only permanent euro of tho Ways and Moans Committee a few iIivh funee about the Internal Itoveuue for all forms of headache and neuralgia Â¬ river iiriu tliuf Iiiivn lwon referred to hiir relieves the pain in from 15 to J0 minJohn Casov of Cumberland county From what I could learn said he tho utes For auio on positive guarantee at was in Ixmisville hist week looking for indications aro that no attempt will bo Tin IlintAiu office or vent postpaid by 00 conta a box iCviMir nld- daucrhter who i wj- HID llllo Mif made to pass any internal revenue bill mail on receipt of price he thinks was enticed from home by a repealing any of tho present taxes until Vnnlun llolln IUiiiiovihI young man visiting her Failing to find after tho more important tariir bills me Mike Bolin Warden of the peniten Â¬ her he left for St Louto U pursue the disposed - I believe tho internal reveremoved from search nue bills modifvingiind repealing certain tiary at Frankfort was Gaitskill driver of tho Mt Ster obnoxious features of tho existing intei- - offico last week nnd Sam A Norman As Tom i v rih i nv111111 imvti will iio reooneii u mo sistant Heoretary ot state aopouucu io Mldilletmvii statrt1 at it An llouo in a roasonablo lemrth of timo tho vacancy bv the Sinking Fund Com Â¬ Iiih youngest son tompted to kill Onvornnr Brown Secretary se-I would likotohavo tho tax missioners and pilled 18 ycar old son interfered and was tried to on fruit brandies removed but from Hcadloy and Treasurer Hnle voted for niiiutiibln Rkillman Hcndrick the Atarrest Gaitskill and tho latter seriously what tho members of the Ways and Bolins removal Jack Auditor General voting no cut him Ho was arrested however and Means Committto toll mo tho proH torney was not on sent llolln whh ap sen Nomina pects for the repeal of that tax this is now in jail at runs pointed from Covington by Gov Buckncr grand jury bus re- Â¬ slon is not tho brightest in the world The Boyle county Deputy Warden 8 G Nunn of Eddy J turned two indictments against J 1 ho villc who recently Z T Montgomery Ireltpntlat MtorlnI Hall Joe Morrison and Kato Leo anrtntiitiMnn nf thn Miuuiti Ford com- Tin TCmv Yorlr World concedes that 1I til lumiBi uiutin two last named nro negroes Ono of the suspenueu mini fiullni iiBllli Mil charges them with consnir- - neither Cloveland nor Hill can bo nomi pnnywuH indictments TtinukH inir U burn tho town ami me owiur nated on account of tho factious fight in n as now nvuuin charges them with attempting U setfiro that Htato and savs Simiinob Mo Feb 15 9 Lock likely tho National Democratic Conven to tho grocery atoro oi uunmu vv SiUNUKii Coorru Hnrol Green Ky candidates tlon sliall drop nil Now York ham Sir Enclosed you will find l to pay died on Thuwjay thou on asourm tariii roiormmiu numm subscription for your paper another yenr Aunt Betsy McKay nnu litfirm wn Iwlleve that anvoiio A J Wood of last week at Taylowville aged Â¬ and your renewal Is earnestly solicited or if vou U to discontinue send bnlnnredue nsnt tin rate of 8iie n month ALL itu paid subscriptions will bo dropped from our books March 1 and thu accounts bo placed in an ottiocrs hands for collection Thtuikim you for past patronage and bo llClltllg your rnuillllliil gouu mil nm HcdPcctfully yours l 11 rt riivuw Ulk wmi SMlglll Willi riMIUirKUiNU nllllJ rw tltlt BltiNCKK COOPER the objectionable rodents bid fair to bo In Jaminea the mon soon wiped out lnttor from Texan goose has been introduced for tho same reGi oiuurrowx Tkx Fob 0 92 purpose and with equally satisfactory So serious has the plague of go Will yoti sults Dear SitKii HkuaiI pliers aiid certain rodents becomo to far pleaso permit mo to say a few words mers in some parts ot the west mill me through the columns of your most valu- Â¬ Department of Agriculture propsos to able paper I have only been in Willimii bring a few specimens of the mongoose son county a short timo and thercforu to the United States with a view of ex cannot tell just how well 1 will like this terminating the pests Tho animal is part of Texas yet but think it u gqod thoroughly able to earn its living and is county and unsurpassed by any other in no way likely to become a charge to part of the State for farming stock raisr It subsists on small ing otc Tho pastures in somo parts aro any community anil mostly obnoxious mammals lizaids now almost as gren as in tho midst of sniik cM wiih occasionally a birds egg May in Kentucky Water is clear as Entirely susceptible of domestication it crystal pure ami healthyno salt what- Â¬ is warranted to keep houses clear of rats ever The farmers aro mostly done plow- Â¬ What it has done for the sugar lipids of ing and will commence planting their the Hawaian Mauds it is expected to do corn and cotton in a short timo Every- Â¬ for the grain crops in the wheat belt and thing is quite lovely hero not only tho elsewhere The mango iso has never boon country but a throng of handsome young L iifiwii tn be harmful iii any way by kill ladies who are always present on every ing chickens or other fowls and no dam occasion me sullicient to make lifo sweet age is likely to result if it should multi to the new comer ply greatly on this side of the water I was at tho houso of M It Jlodgera The Department of Agriculture has also one night last week and had tho pleasure gone into the business of procuring insect of listening to somo of tho best vocal parasites from abroad to feed upon and and instrumental music I ever heard It thus destroy other bugs which are harm- was made by Miss Mollie Bodgers who is I also ful The nui t notable case of this was a most accomplished musician the introduction of the yedelia bug from visited tho school at this nlaco which U Australia which has wived tho orange being tamrht by Miss Minnie Hirseh culture altogether in California an indting from tho speeches essays 1 a Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ 1 CIC Duvii uMiuoti nm Â¬ IT 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - c- f- Â¬ -i Â¬ Â¬ -- iH FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS REPAIRED TOMBSTONES very lowest prices Ycry respectfully Ac SSSSiSSSff of tho following named Kentlemcn can rw iorK nu unlto tho tacttouH carry bo elected President of tho United State Gov Horace Boieof Iowa Gov Hobert F Pattiwm of Pennsylvania Senator John M Palmer of Illinois Senator John G Carlyle of Kentucky Chief Justice Melville W Fuller of Illlno Senator Gorman of Maryland Gov W Weoky E KuhHOllof 3ra8sjicliustt Gov Ihhhu Thk Hhkaid and Cincinnati Gray of Indiana Gov UOii Abbett Kiinuircr one year for only L80 and T New Jersoy of now is tho time to subscribe Wc bellevo that overy case of pulmo- Â¬ nary disease if treated In time mny tnÂ¬ roleivcd and cured by Ayeru Cherry Pec toral Cancers and cancoroua tumorn are cured by tho purifying effeett of Ayerii Sama parilU To keep grav hair away nnd prevent balduew in lulls Hair ReHtwer v Hazel Green Herald ftPENOKR OOOPXR PUMkktr HIGH TIMES IN OHIO CouipllmtloiiM Tint will Itcjult In n Dcin ncrntlo llooin t Tho monkey and tho parrot time Chonpi Kiifllly Constructed Warm Itoomy now agitating tho public household HAZEL GREEN I t KY promises to prove among tho greatest uiid KervlcoiUilc Farmers in a new country while boons enjoyed by tho democratic party often having a wealth of energy arc in tho last quarter of a century A hNGLISH WALNUTS usually not possessed of overabundant largo part of tho domestic row is con- Â¬ means and tho necessary land Im Â¬ centrated in Ohio There tho bitter Â¬ Wlicn 1rcHh They Arn a Nutrition nml provements make it imperative that as quite seriously to his ness of a senatorial light has crused llonltliy Article of Dint little capital as possible bo invested in I never go into n field masters interest There tire many varieties of these the factional interests to cast aside the to the unproductive part of the farm without a nubbin of corn catch a horso nuts Riicli ns the ovul round double assumption of amity and openly ex Â¬ bit plant viz the buildings etc which handful of oats or somethingof apple largo nnd 8tnall fruited oarly and late hibit tho family skeletons regardless of Â¬ however necessary they may be con- likes and as a consequence elso j0 tender thiti shollcd and hard thick present scandals und threatened renever stantly deteriorate and return no direct have tho slightest trouble in shcllcd An almost huslcloHs variety sults Foraker charges Sherman with oalchinif best Interest on tho Investment Thus if him occurs In the north of China The buying up members of the legislature It is entirely possible that Mr Harri- tho same warmth and the same proteclarger portion of thu walnuts consumed to insure his return to tho senate In turning a horse out to pasture In England arc of foreign growth and Sherman denies and flings back tho son has long understood this situation tion can be secured by using a cheap never frighten him and make him rim avcrago in quantity about two hundred charge of bribery at Foniker On and will ultimately benefit by thu material costing say SHOO for a barn away from you by striking htm with studied silence of the secretary regard- which if built of more expensive ma- Â¬ and fifty thousand bushels The bulk cither side these claims of corruption tho halter or bridle and yelling at him of these come from Franco and Bel- Â¬ arc maintained by high republican ing a nomination which not unnatur- Â¬ terial would cost SI 000 and yet be no This is a mean heartless habit nnd is gium and small quantities from Ger- Â¬ authority As Foraker has figured tin ally Harrison hopes may fall to him better for the purpose for which it is apt to make a horse hard to catch I enviably in several questionable tran self Mr Maine in this need has needed it is evident that the S700 rep- know a farmer whoso horses many Holland and Italy cannot be Bordeaux is one of the largest export- Â¬ fauetions and Sherman acknowledged served as a stop gap for his chief keep resenting the excess of cost would be caught in tho field and the only way ing a host of aspirants from a field into nt least dead capital drawing no in ing ports in the world perhaps the that some of the delegates fixed for thoy can be stabled is to get the dogs which largest for walnuts and small quanti him at the last national convention crowd no doubt they would glttdlv terest and not increasing in value after them and drive them in I Should Reed of Maino would liki in ties afo now sent from Chili to Knropc had been secured at an ndvnnecdfigure the dogs be away from homo some day Cul by another opulent candidate before regard himself as a possibility The culture of the so called English or night when he wants to get dp a Illinois is walnut which by the way is not an that body there Is a general impression loin ofAllison of not without aspirahorse to go for a doctor or to see a rick Iowa has long had English tree at all but a nutlvo of the that it was a case of diamond cut dia- Â¬ tion neighbor ho would doubtless realize hopes Sherman of Ohio will not dis- Â¬ mond in the Ohio senatorial conflict ricnt and of central and eastern Asia what It is to be in u pickle miss belief that the republican party Foraker maintained silence long from whence it was early introduced Of the many bad traits the horse nay will into Europe is now diffused over Italy after he was satisfied that the admin Â¬ may yet turn to him while McKlnley rrirzTTrT lit i r rr possess that of being broach- - may bo ilk rightly regard himself as in one frft from the Alps to the valleys of Sicily istration was taking a hand in favor of respect classed as one of the worst think the true exponent of the re his wily opponent but in the excite Â¬ It is thought however that the num Â¬ ment of a recent meeting that the author of the expression an mvSErhds i publican party All have been comee3 mki i with his fol- Â¬ i7 r-ber of cultivated walnut trees in Italy 4Wv - rrl--wf-c ounce of prevention is worth a pmwd is diminishing as the demand for the lowing at tho Noil house in Columbus pelled to retreat before the greater frt 7 r of cure must have had some experi IMS popularity of timber is increasing being in great de the band wagon statesman unmuzzled may be to aid Hlaine whose real plat ence with breaehy horses at any rate a Momi TiiATciinn and son hahn Harrison himself and threw discretion to the mand by the cabinet maker If his ambition was personal Hlaine To illustrate the principle we give a the adage holds good in litis connection winds He declared in tho senatorial Persons with weak digestions will do could hardly continue in the Harrison drawing of a combination frame sod Ordinarily it is no very diflicult matter well to bear in mind Mr Simmonds conlliet he was met by an opposition cabinet Harrison himself expecting re and thatched barn which combines to keep horses from becoming breaehy warning that walnuts as long as the extending from grandpas hat to Haby nomination when Chicago Times utility with cheapness The structure tion managed with discretion discreskin can bo easily removed from them McKce and pointed his denunciation aye theres the rub for many is 00x48 feet and 7 feet high to the farmers possess are a nutritious and healthy article of by a practical declaration for Maine as but very little of this esPOINTED PARAGRAPHS ridge point but its size can of course diet but when they become dry so tho next presidential candidate His sential characteristic They buy a horse was interrupted by frequent Fire Alarm Foraker fell outside of be varied to meet different require Â¬ that they can not be easily peeled speech and the cheers breach created is one the breastworks Ho finds plenty of ments The sod walls are 7 feet high or colt and take it home and turn it they are indigestible right out in a poorly fenced field be The doorwiy fore it becomes Walnuts in the shell yield about one that the bitterness of the struggle and republican company there SiouxCity and 23 inches thick accustomed to the figured in the engraving is 14 feet high third their weight of picked kernels the sting of defeat will only widen Tribune place and being discontented and anx112 feet wide closed by two swing The which are the crumpled cotyledons or Secretary Foster has shown his hand of the republican and in the fight and as part of the admin- Â¬ primaries inresult ing doors This allows a load of hay ious to get back to its old home it seed leaves Indiana seems to indicate In some pushes down or jumps over the weak northern istration to be districts particularly in Piedmont not only machinery has antagonized that Harrison will control the state loaded driven into the barn and un- Â¬ low fences and bounds awaylikoadcer walnut trees have always been ment of Foraker but that decent ele- delegation at Minneapolis Hlaine republicanism which clings chose the worst possible moment to In building this barn a light timber in the direction of its home Then the held in high estimation for the to farmer goes after it again and brings tho old fashioned belief that the overload his stomach with terrapin frame was flrst erected supports 5x0 it production of oil which when newly back and turns it out in the same president and his cabinet should take Chicago Times 7 feet high being set along the inches made has a very agreeable taste anil field after having slightly repaired the sides at intervals of 10 feet as shown can be employed in cookery as well as no part in local political contests DemThe ocrats in Ohio and the countrv over and Dudley alarm experienced by Quay in the ground plan herewith After fence Hut it has now become breaehy in the preparation of varnish over the discovering of a and has but little respect for fences The walnut grows abundantly in may well enjoy the Kilkenny cat fight democratic conspiracy to steal New putting up the posts and nailing on a It gets out again aud again and York is somewhat touching but per Kashmir Nepal and other parts of In- raging in that state thenceforward goes whithersoever it Hut there are still further nremoni- - fectly PASlGE dia where the fruits arc largely Used natural The prospect of a steal pleases regardless of fences and It forms also an important article of tions of an impending smash up Maj without having a hand in it is enough yokes McKiuley was consumption in Japan quantities being the secretary of quoted as saying that to disconcert Quay and his friend When you buy a horse and take hint state favored the re Kansas City Star eaten in a raw state They are also imposition home dont turn him out for a few days of the duty on hides Mr i much used for making a kind of conThe crushing defeat of ex Gov unless you can provide him with a very j Hlame could not quietly accept this fection by cracking and removing the blow well fenced lot or field And iu weanForaker is a fitting rebuke to a pesti- Â¬ Now England chances and shell without hurting the kernel which wrote at his ing a colt exercise some judgment lent politician whose noisy clatter stock stoi the major for a retraction It is afterward coated with white sugar Dont take it away from its dam and was made but tho strained relations was accepted by enemies of the repubi hay i i thus making an uttractivo and ngreca between the high priest of licans as an assurance of strength put it into a poorly fenced field It will i protection i ble sweetness be sure to jump If you do Never force i and the patron saint of reciprocity are where there was nothing but the as- Â¬ The walnut also furnishes to Japan a not improved Even a sumptions of the demagogue and the nor even permit a horse to jump back i bland oil used for domestic purposes stab is now made at themore serious wire puller Philadelphia Press out of a field he has jumped into but man whom i In China itsoems to be pressed for oil Harrison has open a gate or lay down a panel of Poor Hlaine no sooner gets rid of most i fear Scandalous i as in some years over twelve thousand charges against Mr toHlaine in fence for his egress the mat- Â¬ his undigested breakfast than the presi tons are exported from the port of ter of the Chilian complications Hefore turning a horse or any other ident gets hold of his undigested i Tientsin in the year The walnut is ex- printed by the Washington Post are papers Hetween kind of stock into an unoccupied field one thing and Jt go around the field and inspect tho tensively cultivated in the Punjab reviews the dinner given by the Chil- another this greatest living statesman M among the Himalayas and in Afghanis ian representatives to this government of the republican party seems to be fences Horses often form the habit tun a large annual supply being und clearly grain of pushing down the fences and jumpthe most uncomfortable man living in Â¬ brought to the plains of India by the ances of suehintimatesexthat the utter- or out of any party St Louis Repubing in reaching over after grass and men as Mayor Grace G HOUND PLAN OK HOI HA UN Kabul nnd other traders from the hills of New York and Richard Trumbull lic weeds within their reach If such There are several well known forms of fell with weighty influence upon Mr An honest ballot is the safe- Â¬ plate of planks around the top the weeds and grass were cut with a this nut met with the soft shelled kind Hlnines car The significance of this guard of our institutions No public next tiling to be done is to board up scythe and the fence corners kept of Kashmir and Chamba being con appears in the fact that Mr is service can bo more patriotic than that tho sides inside with rough boards clean the temptation for them to get sidered the best Gardeners Chronicle prominently concerned in thoGrace Any to the top of the posts In building the into mischief would often be removed owner wnicn seeks to establish it ship of Peruvian railroads and Chilian measure properly drawn and not in windows make window frames around Exercise a little horse sense in this HE HAD A MILLION enterprises Including nitrate beds conflict with the constitution which the size of glass required and let the matter and your horses will not beFrank Leslie in Ohio Ami tliu Yoitntr Iiuly Wim Nurrr Sh Had while Mr Trumbull was tho active will so bulwark the present law as to boards forming the frame bo 28 inches come breaehy make intimidation and bribery impos wide so as to reach through the sod Farmer llonii Si Witty agent in securing arms for the Itata Ah Miss Smnrtollique observed Mr Graco materially aiding him sible will receive my hearty ap- ding It has a hip roof with about a REGARDING ROOSTS three fourths pitch und a small gable Gov Flowers Message tho elegant Mr Hrunimclle from the These gentlemen nro interested in pre proval on ono side for large barn doors Raft- Â¬ Thfllr Proper deck of tho steamer the ocean is so venting war at any cost and immedi Â¬ We hope Mr Hlaine will live Arritiiiiteiit n Muttfir of deep and wide and still that I would ately after the dinner at Senor Montts many years but the best judgment is ers and sheathing of 0 inch fencing Some Importance Mr Grace is said to have cabled to Val- Â¬ the excitement of a national campaign stuir placed about ft inches apart are like to bo tho ocean The highest roost is invariably the paraiso that Mr Hlaine alone of all would be deadly perilous to one of his used for tho thatch the same as for one a chicken or a turkey will select Hut you couldnt dont you know hhc replied with a faint trace of scorn the cabinet can be regarded as the eager nature Havent you ever noticed this If not His failure to make a shingles The eaves of thatch project over the you never paid much attention to the in her woll tralned voice friend of Chili long promised speech at Roston fol- Â¬ Frank Hatton is held responsible for lowed by this sudden illness may give sod walls to protect them from the matter of roosts Not important Nohe questioned very innocently these grave insinuations and Mr Hat- - a new turn to republican presidential rains The thatch is laid on thickly enough Excuse mc sir it is impoNo ton stands in a very close relationship speculation and intrigue Mr Harri and so as to completely shed the rain rtant Some use a tier of steps or roost Why not pray If placed on poles one above the other but I prefer Oh and she snickered because with President Harrison Hence tho son will be u very hard dose to swal- Â¬ and driving snowstorms Maine organs are out in lurid denun- low the ocean isnt fresh dont you know Hut falling Mr Hlaine who carefully the thatching will last five to a roosting place with a foot patli or True true ho stammered in evi Â¬ ciations and call upon the secretary to else Pittsburgh Post board leading up to the roosts and till dent embarrassment and the girl speak for his own vindication to bo on a level and fstr enough apart It A heated Sherman organ speaks laughed again to avoid quarreling and soiling ono Hut you might be seems impossible for the magnetic of Foraker as a cheap and nasty de Â¬ you know ho said with deep mean- - statesman not to mix business with magogue making no pretenso to anothers plumage 1 shall try to politics nnd Hattons announcement statesmanship and no sketch my idea The roosts are made claim to decency Do you think so of four inch slats not round poles she asked in will stir up a good many unpleasant knowing nothing and caring less for straugoly softencd tones for he had a recollections This gives the bird a chance to roost i finance beyond the oiling of a roust- Â¬ With tho better republicans after about campaign a million and support her weight while a round confessed liar and Mr Quay in Pennsylvania and tho cor forger a foul tongued I do indeed I do ho murmured ruptionists gathered about htm as a betters in his own and slanderer of his slits almost whispered And why other parties MANNIIH OP I A VINO HOD WAII with Iowa republicans restless upstart who dares aspire to a RecauBo because and ho became body guard tho confused bocauso it is so beautifully torn up over tho problem of getting rid higuest olliccs in tin land a man so oight years before needing renewal of that white elephant of prohibition green dont you know disieputablo that oven Mr Hlaine and will cost about S0 for this size Then ho arose calmly and walked with tho president adopting such mis Â¬ shuns all manner of contact with him barn a saving of some S150 over shingacross tho deck with tho air of Napoleon takes as Elklns and ludgo Woods and in his campaign How significant that ling After tho thatch has settled for crossing tho Alps Detroit Freo Press with tho growing feeling of disgust toÂ¬ word even makes the closing sen- one year the danger from fire is quite ward designing leaders of the g o p tence ns small as if roofed simply means shingles and The World Nownpapern tho democratic skies aro looking deed is It tho politician that bad in insurance companies with very will readily whom Mr Tho number of newspapers published particularly bright Detroit Freo Hlaino will shun Yet Foraker has assume risks at just the sames rates for in all countries is estimated at 41000 Press I am a republican from tho top said thatched as for tho shingled buildings of which number about J 1000 appear in AHHANGKMPNT OP JtOOSl S For sodding cut the sods to a uniform of my head to tho soles of my feet BLAINE AND HARRISON Europe Germany heads tho European and all have silently admitted tlmt he size of Ux2S inches and laying the ilrst list with 5000 then comes Franco with It Scout Ilkcly Tlmt the Sroretiry Will Is Detroit Freo layer crosswlso place tho next above it roost would cramp her feet and make Press 4100 England with 4000 Austria Not Ilo u CaiulltUto lengthwise and continue the entire rest entirely out of the question A 11 lllH AlllllfMlt Hungary with HB00 Italy with 1400 Mr Hlaino is not reaching a vigorous wall in this manner This binds tho flat perch Is the natural kind for all Spain with 850 Russia with 800 Switz- old ago frosty but kindly Recurrent Hlainos doctors say that his sick wall firmly together In building fowls This has long ago been demonerland with 450 Helgium and Holland Illnesses sap his physical strength and spoil was due to something hed eaten have plenty of fine dirt nt hand say a strated rnderthe porches which bV with 800 each and tho rest are published confirm the hypochondriac tendency of dont they LijoV asked tho president couple of loads to fill in the loose tho way should bo placed far enough In Portugal tho Scandinavian ami the his mind Tho buoyancy and audacity reflectively spaces between the soda Tho method npart to avoid the droppings is a floor Halkau countries Tho United States of his earlier years aro lacking and Yes sir Darn tlioso doctors any of placing tho of boards nailed closoly together where has 18000 newspapers Canada has 700 slneo 1884 as was discovered in his way I know It was duo to some derstood from sods will bo plainly un Â¬ tho droppings may fall and be scraped tho accompanying en and Australia also 700 Tho people of Florence letter concerning the nomina Â¬ grave chronic ailment which would graving which ropresonts a section of up easily Ohio Farmer tho United States therefore read and tion of 1888 ho dreads a trying ordeal make him wholly unfit to illsnlinnm the sod wall in course of construction support alout us many newspapers us of which thoro can bo none greater to tho duties of tho ofllco mo and you till Tritiixjiliiiitliif Vine Orange Judd Farmer England Franco Germany and Russia a high strung organization than per- so well When transplanting vines trees or Never mind jthat Elijah Hut when eombincd Paper sonal candidacy for tho ofllco of presi- Â¬ IucilP tho sheep thrifty As with tall canes at this season the tops dent It is not surprising therefore a man takes back something ho said other stock It is poor economy to ul back as much as possible cutWhen the An Kven Clinuro they to sco in u pronouncedly Hlaino Bank President You will havo to go a statement from Washington organ they call it eating his words dont low them to run down in winter und roots begin to shoot out In tho spring tlion be obliged to feed up again in tho tho work to be performed by tho roots that to Canada alone I shall glvo my sol f up s Yes sir tho bollef to night is that the underspring Live Stock Indicator win bo materially lessoned when there Cahler If you do you will go to standing that Mr Hlaine would not ac- Â¬ Lljo I dont wonder Jims sick is less top to support state prison Tho more buds You cept tho unanimous how ho Kven with Bank President Well Its a toss up presidency will bo nomination for tho wrltoremember boforo promised tno tc tho increase low prices for wool with nnd branches the slower the growth of a letter bheep can be made profit the treo until thA roots become well confirmed It will the first of this ul Ive been to Canad- a- Puck not bo by any letter or by public year Ctucngo Times uble on tho average western farm established Â¬ Â¬ declaration Those who are in his confidence say thero is no occasion fot anything of this kind They simply think it enough to hnvo it known that ho does not consider favorably tho iden of risking his health by undergoing thu fatigues and Irritations of a presiden tial contest They realize that tho republican party of the whole country would profcr Mr Hlaino to bo its candidate and that tins preference has a right to find expression Hut they say this does not necessarily mran a nomination It leaves tho Hlnire supporters in every section of the country free to judge for themselves what is Â¬ AGRICULTURAL HINTS THATCHED SOD BARN i Traits In Iloi scx It is very desirable- and important to be able to catch u horso in tho pasturo Hold which can most always be dono when ho is treated with uniform kind ncss It is often necessary to got up a horso quickly and If ho is hard to catch tho delay thus occasioned may result HINTS TO HORSEMEN How to Develop Wood mill Krucllciilu 1UI Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ggKSik ftrt 1 Â¬ Â¬ i rHI Â¬ j i i k - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i n I i I I I Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ -- 1 i I I jritV Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rraTxx j ii t Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ v Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ it II yy I I III Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ i Iffl t V r 1 Oh no says the soxton Sho Is tho president of our mlssldnnry Society and the directress In tho orphan asylum Ohneod Narcissus Through and when she goes down the street all That tho rngamufllns take hofd of her Uress Ancient Qrooco and cry Auntie when are you colng to JVi brinir us snmo inmi iwi i o iuuno dim BUUCS Bad Tnrrntn Iliivo Itnd Children nml Vlco and things And when In times of Vrmii TIhmirIi This HuIp Llko Otli- revival there is some hard case back crn If tin Somo Kxcoptlouw In a church pew that no ono else can JJr Tiilmugofi Snrmoti v THE NYMPH Tlr vvns vli 7 Tnlinnjfos subject last Sunday nnd his text Ezokiel Echoes rThc sounding- again of tho I natural that all through his writings there should loom up the mountains Among them ho had heard tho sound of cataracts and or tempests in wrestle with oak and cedar and the voices of the wild beasts but a man of so poetic a iitnro as Hzckicl could not allow another sound viz the echo to bo disregarded and so he gives us in our text the sounding again of the mount- Â¬ ain havo found it Tho Jlihlo has in it u recognition of ail phases of the natural world from tho aurora of the midnipht Heavens to the phosphor escemo of tho tumbled sea Hut tho woIMcnow sound that we call tho echo I found not until a few days ago I dis covered in thy text Tho Rounding ngnin of the mountains That is tho echo Kokiel of tho text had heard it ngain Horn among mountains and and ugidn in his journey to distant exile ho had passed among mountains and it was Â¬ mountains At hist I reck mjthology represented tho echo as a nymph the daughter of earth and air following Narcissus through forests and into grottoes and ever whither and so strange and weird and startling is the echo I do not wonder that tho superstitous havo lifted it into You and I in boy Â¬ the supernatural hood or girlhood experimented with this responsiveness of sound Stand ing half way between the house and barn wo shouted many time to hear the reverberations or out among the mountains back of our home on some long tramp we stopped and made ex clamation with full lungs to hear the sounding what Ezekiel calls The echo again of the mountains has frightened many a child and munya man It is no tame thing after you have spoken to hear the same words repeated by the invisible All the fcilenees are filled with voices ready to answer Vet it would not bo so startling if they did something else but why do those lips of the air say just what you say Do they mean to moclc or mean to please Who are you and where arc you thou wondrous echo Sometimes its response is a reiteration The shot of a gun tho clapping of tho hands the beating of a drum the voice of a violin arc sometimes repeated many times by the voice of the echo Near Cobluntz that which is said has seventeen echoes In 17G0 a writer says that near Milan Italy there were sev Â¬ enty such reflections of sound to one snap of a pistol Play a bnglo near a lake of Killarney and tho tuno is played back to you as distinctly as when you played it There is a well 210 feet deep near Carish brook Castle Drop a pin into in the Isle of Wight well and the sound of its fall that comes to the top of the well distinctly A blast of an Alpine horn comes back from the rocks of Jungfrau in surge af- Â¬ ter surge of reflected sound until it seems as if every peak had lifted and Hut havo you blown an Alpine horn noticed and this is the reason for tho present discourse that this echo in the natural world has its analogy in the Have you moral and religious world noticed the tremendous fact that what we say and do comes back in recoiled About this resogladness or disaster I preach this sermon nance 1 Parental teaching and example have their echo in the character of descendants Exceptions Oh yes so in the natural world there may be no echo or distorted echo by reason of peculiar proximities but tho general rule is that the character ofthe children is tho echo of the character of parents The general rule is that good parents have good children and bad paronts have bad chil- Â¬ dren If the old man is a crank his son is npt to bo a crank and the grandchild a crank The tendency is so mighty in that direction that it will get worse and worse unless some hero or heroine in that line shall rise and say Here Hy the help of God I will stand this no longer Against this hereditary Ahd tendency to quccrness I protest he or shp will set up an altar and a magnificent life that will reverse things and thero will be no more craim among that kindred In another fam Â¬ ily the father and mother aro consecrated people What they do is right what they teach is right The boys may for some tlmo bo wild and tho daughters worldly but watch Years pass on perhaps ten years twenty years and you go back to the church where the father and moincr useu w uo consistent members You have hoard nothing about the family for twenty years and nt tho door of tho church you see tho sexton and you ask him Where is old Mr Webster Ohl ho has been dead many years Oh she Where is Mrs Webster I suppose died fifteen years ago Ohl their son Joo went to tho dogs up thero Ho is no says tho sexton in the elders seat Ho is ono of our best nnd most Important members You ought to hear him pray and sing HcnIb not Joo nny longer ho la Elder Â¬ Well where is tho daugh Webster is the same ter Maryl I supposo sho UiouihUess butterily h used to be Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ but I understand tho great temptation is strong drink Promise mo you will never touch it Many years after that tollillff nf this In n mpotinrr Rilwnrfl I gave that promise to mother said and havo boon around tho world and at Calcutta tho ports of tho Mediter ranean San Francisco Capo of Good Hope and North and South Poles and never saw a glass of liquor in all those years that my mothers form did not appear before me and I do not know how liquor tastes I havo never tasted it and all localise of tho promise I made to my mother This was tho result of that conversa-Â¬ tion at the gate of the Vermont farm house The statuary of Thorwaldscn was sent from Italy to Germany and tho straw in which tho statues had been packed was thrown upon tho ground The next spring beautiful Italian ilowcrs snramr up where tho straw had been cast for in it had been some of the seeds of Italian llowers and whether conscious of it or not we are all tho time planting for ourselves and planting for others roses or thorns You thought it only straw yet among it were anemones Hut here is a slip shod home Tho parents aro a godless pair They let their children do as they please No example fit to follow No lessons of morality or religion Sunday no bet ter than any other day Tho Uiblo no better than any other book Tho house is a sort of inn where tho older and younger people of tho household stop for awhile The theory acted on though Tho chil perhaps not announced is dren will havo to do as I did and take their chances Life is a lottery any how and sorao draw prizes and some draw blanksand wo will trust to luck Skip twenty years and eomo back to the neighborhood where that family used to live You meet on the street or on tho road an old inhabitant of that Can you neighborhood and you say tell me any thing about tho Petersons Yes says who used to live hero old inhabitant I remember them tho very well The father nnd mother have Well how been dead for years What has become about the children of them They The ohl inhabitant replies turned out badly You know the old man was about half an infidel and the The oldest son boys were all infidels married but got Into drinking habits and in a few years his wife was not able to live with him any longer and his children wero taken by relatives and he died of delirium tremens on His other son HlackwoHs island of his employer nnd forged the name fled to Canada Ono of the daughters of the old folks married an inebriate with the idea of reforming him and you know how that always ends in the ruin of both tho experimenter and The other im nno ovnorlmnntcd with daughter disappeared mystcriouslyand has not been heard of There was a young woman picked out of tho East river and put in tho morgue and some thought it was her but I can not Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ touch she goes where ho Is ami In ono minute she has him a crying and tho first thing that wo know she Is fetching the hardened man up to the front to be prayed for and savs Mito Un limthnr who wants to find tho way Into the Kingdom of God And If uoboily seems ready to pray sho kneels down in the aisle besido him and says Oh Lord with a pathos and a power and a triumph that seems Instantly to omanci pato tho hardened sinner Ohl no you must not call her a thoughtless butterily in our presence You rfce we would not stand It Tho fact Is that tho son and daughter of that family did not promise much at tho start but they arc now an echo a glorious echo a prolonged echo of parental teaching and A Vermont mother as her boy was about to start for a life on the spa said Edward I havo never seen the ocean Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Yes you cry out Is it possible is possible Tho family is a complete it My hearers that is just what wreck might have been expected All this is only tho echo tho dismal echo the awful echo tho dreadful echo of parental obliquity and unfaithfulness Tho old folks heaped up a mountain of Influ nrwi ihls Is onlv what my text u The sounding of tho mountains calls i ntri behavior in this opworld will have a resound While nnd In a straight line portunities fly just touch us once and aro gone never upon to return tho wrongs we practice come and they others fly In a circle back to the place from which they Dr Guillotine thought it started iiifrt tho Instrument of t like death named after him but did not was his own head it so well when chopped off with the guillotine will be So also tho Judgement Day days The un nn echo of all our other arc so iverse needs such day for thereneed to the world tha many things in If God had bo fixed up and explained nations all not appointed such a day God tho glvo us a Oh would cry out Hut wo aro apt to Judgement Day a day away think of and speak about it asspecial con tho future having no Section with this day or any other day or now making up only Bound now say and back again to us what we Â¬ That is tho meaning of all that Scripturo which says that Christ will on that day address tho soul saying I was naked and yo clothed mo I was sick and in prison nndyo visited mo All tho footsteps in that prison corri- Â¬ dor as tho Christian roformor walks to tho wicket of tho incarcerated yea all tho whispers of condolenco in tho ear of that poor soul dying in that garrot yeu all the kindnesses nro being caught up and rolled on until they dash against the Judgment Throno and then they will bo struck back Into tho cars of theso sons and daughters of mercy Louder than tho crash of Mt Washington falling on its faco in tho world wide catastrophe and tho lolling of tho sea over the furnaces of universal conflagration will bo tho echo and re- Â¬ echo of the good deeds dono and tho sympathetic words uttered and tho mighty benefactions wrought On that day all tho charities all tho all the philanthropies all the beneficent last wills and testaments all tho Christian work of all tho ages will bo piled up into mountains and those who havo served God and served tho suffering human race will hear what my text stylos tho sounding of tho mountains My subject advances to tell you that eternity itself is only an echo of tiibo Mind you tho analogy warrants my saying this Tho echo is not always oxactly in kind llko the sound original ly projected Lord Raleigh says that a womans voico sounding from a grovo was returned an octavo higher A scientist playing a iluto In Fairfax county Virginia found that the notes were returned although some of them A trumpet came in a raised pitch ten times near Glasgow Scotsounded land and tho ten notes wero all re- Â¬ peated but n third lower And tho spiritual law corresponds with tho natural world What we do good or bad may not como back to us in just tho proportion wo expect It but como back It will it may bo from a higher gladness than wo thought or from a deeper woe from a mightier conqueror or from a worso captive from a higher throno or deeper dungeon Our prayer or our blasphemy our kindness or our cruelty our faith or our unbelief our holy life or our dis solute behavior will come back some how Suppose tho boss of a factory or the head of a commercial firm some day comes out among his clerks or employes and putting his thumbs in the nrmholcs of his vest says with an air Well I of swagger and jocosity believe in the Hiblc or tho church llont Tho one is an imposition and the other is full of hypocrites I declare I would not trust ono of those very pious people further than I could see him That Is all ho says but ho has The young men go back said enough to their counters or their shuttles and say within themselves Well he is a successful man and has probably studied up tho whole subject and is That one lying utter Â¬ probably right ance against Hibles and churches has put livu young men on the wrong track and though the influential man had spoken qnly in half jest the echo shall come back to him in five ruined lifetimes and five destroyed eternities You see the echoes aro an octave lower than he anticipated On the other hand some rainy day when there aro hardly any customers the Christian merchant comes out from his counting room and stands among tho young men who have nothing to Well boys this is a dull do and says day but it will clear off after awhile There are a good many ups and downs in business but there is an overruling Providence Years ago I mado up my mind to trust God and Ho has always seen mo through I remember when I was your age I had just come to town nnd the temptations of city llfo gather Â¬ ed around me but I resisted Tho fact Is there wero two old folks out on tho old farm praying for me and I know it nnd somehow could not do as sorao of the clerks did or go whoro some of the clerks went I tell you boys it Ib best always to do right andthoroMs nothing to keep ono right like tho old fashioned religion of Jesus Christ John whoro did you go to church last Sunday Henfy how Is tho Young Mens Christian association prosper- Â¬ About noon the rain ceases and ing tho sun comes out and tho dorks go to their places and they say within them Â¬ Â¬ solf-sacrl-fic- do only a bodwarfed eternity Eternity is only aa enlarged time la- this life our soul is in dry dock Tho moment wo leave this lifo wo aro launched for our groat voyago and we shall sail on for centuries quintllllon but tho ship docs not change Its fundamental struc- Â¬ ture after it gets out of tho dry dock it doos not pins from brig to schooner or from schooner to What wo aro when wo nro launched from this world wo will bo in tho world to O God by Thy covering anc como sauctlfylng spirit mnko us right here and now that wo may bo right for over Well says some one this Idea o moral spiritual and eternal echo Is new to me Is thero not somo way of stop Â¬ God My answer Is ping this echo can and Ho only If It is a cheerful echo wo do not wnnt it stopped if n baleful echo wo would llko to havo it Tho hardest thing In this stopped world to do Is to stop an echo Many an oration has boon spoiled nnd many an orator confounded by an echo Costly churches cathedrals thoatera and music halls havo boon ruined by an echo Architects havo strung wires across auditoriums to arrest tho echo and liung upholstery against tho walls hoping to entrap It and hundreds of thousands of dollars havo been expend Â¬ ed in public buildings of this country to keep tho air from answering when it man-of-war 0 0MB1 H0UNB - hrt rw ww t rr OAMPTOlf S 1 COMM ritoraittt tf The natroBsre ef ike travtllftf aVMt H mpftotfullr aelioltei Table the heef aof terjr attention ferthe eemlertef tfUGL a luvi T l r M wk rtr SALATIY Wft S TIMMONDM Wholesale apl8lr Grocery PORTSMOUTH 9 - Wanted Good Agents i PER WEEK General link of mkrokandisk to bell- ow 11 ABOVB SALARY WILL PEDDLINO PAID TO LIV8 A6RNTSh THUn INFORMATION address F0f OHIOAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO 178 W Van Buroa St Ohioaqo III H ENRY MATLOOK WITH MCMILLAN HAZEH CO WHOLESALE BOOTS AND SHOES Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ought to bo quiet KNOXVILLE TENN Aristotle and Pjthagoras and Isaac Nowton and La Place and our own Joseph Henry tried to hunt down the echo but still tho unexplored realms of jeTho above goods are handled by J acoustics aro larger than the explored DAY CO Hazel Ortea Ky When our first Hrooklyu Tabernacle was being constructed wo wero told by architects that it was of such a shapo that tho human voico could not be heard in it or if heard It would bo jangled Into echoes In stato of wop riment I went to Joseph Henry tho president of tho Smithsonian instltuto at Washington and told him of this I evil prophecy and ho replied AND havo probably experimented moro with the laws of sound than any other man and I have got as far as this two buildings may seem to bo exactly alike N09 134 133 RACE STREET and yet In ono tho acoustics may bo good and In tho other bad Go on with CINCINNATI O your church building and trust that all Oh And all was well will be well this mighty law of sound oh this sub THE KRUSE BAHLHAH tle echo Thero is only one Holng In tho universe who thoroughly under stands it tho sounding again of tho mountains LINCOLNS ADVICE Â¬ Â¬ MARKS BROS MARKS HARDWARE hCOHPAMYh Tho AVI no CoiiiinI Ho iJavo u Young Mini Â¬ 11 15 and 17 West Pearl Street When Abraham Lincoln found an opponent too prejudiced to listen to CINCINNATI O bolid argument ho would often dismiss the subject with a bit of humor thus gaining tho good will if not tho convictions of his adversary feThe wkyolcsnlo trade of Eastern Kew On one occasion having been discuss tuoky li respeatfully holloltcd ing the condition of tho south with a largo levee contractor from New Or Â¬ THE leans nnd having found the gentleman wholly unreasonable Lincoln remark ed that it would bo useless to prolong tho conversation angrily responded You are right the other there can never bo a single -5GOMPANY5 point in common between us Oh yes thero can answered the president for you know that I occa Â¬ Notions sionally hold a levee to promoto socia- Â¬ Wholesale Dry Goods bility whilo you build them to promote Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ GEO W MAIPIN commerce While Lincoln was practicing law in Springfield 111 thero camo to htm ono day a young farmer who desired to study for tho bar Tho applicant was not only totally unfit for the profession but also sadly needed at home to take care of his widowed mother and her littlo family After giving a long list of his qualifications tho would bo lawyer said And now Mr Lincoln do you not think that tho law is tho vocation for which I am specially fitted replied tho attorney Young man tho vocation In which you aro at pres ent engaged is searching for tho pot of gold at the foot of the rainbow but the ono for which you should try to fit yourself is the care and maintenance of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 101 103 and 105 W Fourth 8treet CINCINNATI 0 South 8lde GROSSMAN SCHLEUTKEE CO Saddlery and Harness Not 74 and 70 Main Street CINCINNATI 0 Â¬ your aged mother Tho oarnost mannor In which Lin- Â¬ coln spoko made a deep imprqssion on his hearer who never again gavo his mother reason to think that ho wm sel fish or lacking in filial duty Youths Â¬ GUS MEYER WITH tj Â¬ uPUwlU Well he is a successful merchant and I guess ho knows what ho is talking about and tho Christian re Â¬ ligion must bo a good thing God knows I want some help in this battle with temptation and sin The successful merchant who uttered tho kind words did notknowhow much good he was doing but the echo will como back In five lifetimes of virtue and usefulness and five Christian death Â¬ From all the beds and five Heavens of rapturo and all the mountains mountains of glory and all tho mountains of eternity wo will catch whatÂ¬ Ezokiel in my text styles tho sound ing again of tho mountains Yea I take a step further In this subject and say that our own eternity will bo a reverberation of our own earthly lifetime What wo nro here we will bo thcroonly on a larger scale Dissolution will tear down tho body and ombank and soul it but our faculties of mind hesitancy go right on without tho will of n moment and without any change except enlargement nnd intensification Thero will bo no mor difference than between a Hon behind tho bars and a etveen Hon escaped into the flnUls cage and an in a caglo un caglo in tho sky Good here good la there V d here bad there Time selves Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Companion My son aald tho venorablo man as be sent his boy forth to do battle select your calling with the world stick to that ono thing alono and you Tho boy selected tho will succeed calling of villago lawyer stuck to it faithfully and now ho Is known for miles around as tho best checker playor In Plko county Chicago Tri- Â¬ bune Sea Captain Why doyounail those things on your trunk Pat Pat Sure Bor I hurd that Noo York was full of thaves und as I havo many valuables In mo thrunk I thought I had bother guard agin beln robbed by tackln on theso chlst protectors which I bought The for th purpose in Liverpool Comic WMKERRG0 OJODDEUS INO Hardware Agricultural Implmint t OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS MALTA FLOWS FOSTER STOVE CO COOKS MILLS EVAPORATOR CHAMPION REAPER8 MOWERS STODDARD AND AOME HAIlROWfl DOORS AND WASH A SPECIAITIX Hot 110 113 Second Street IRONTON OniO fiiy TDO YOU WANT TO SAV1 FROM 2fl to 50 CENTS ON EVERY DOLLAR YOU SPEND Is so wjutm yoH tiib Ukitxd States SERB CONTA1NINO ILLUSTRATIONS AND PKIOM X f OV EVERYTIIINO MANUFACTURED our Illustrated OATALoanx With a String to It Young Hrldo groom looking ovor the redding pres Â¬ ents My love here is an anonymous JLDDK M0 note inclosing a check for 91000 CHICAGO GENERAL SUPPLY CO Young Hride Why its in papas hand No 17S Wrot Van Burkn St Yes my wrltlngl Isnt he generous CHICAGO ILL love but the er check is anonymous Chicago Tribune too That Corporal at the Inspection fellow looks as plump and fat as if all the cooka in the town had fallen in love Wt Paper ealylse a eike Ot Teair Grenxpo with hinx J jres seed lUtleiHj 10000 ILLUSTRATIONS FRIGES OlTALOU ALL LIKES REPRESENTED MAILED --WElt ON APPLICATION at MANUiuonr t t SPJENOER COOPER mMmz wm r mmmmwW jMHTKSBaccr jByii cvro - Editor aiCAHdvS Hazel Gbeen Herald KJKi Jmb Friday HAZEL GREEN KY Feb 26 1892 WASHINGTON LETTER From Our Regular Correspondent Wabhinoton D 0 Feb 19 02 IS t f All aboard forChicngo and the Worlds Happy and content is a home with The Ro- Â¬ Fair- - This evening a goodly portion of chester lamp with the light of the morning FtrcataUeut vtritt Rechittir Lamp Go Nrw Y k Congress accompanied by their wl KY CATLETTSBURC sisters cousius and aunts and a number Tho Largest Drug Houso In tho Ohio Valley of nowspapcr men start for Chicago Manufaoturors of 228 REMEDIES that aro Sold by tho Dozon m upon tho invitation of the Worlds Fair i xvvjv oquuru r ooi 01 a ioor jrtoom aa Jtianas Employed iiiw iiuii luiK miu uruiiKivii uy Committee of that city to sco for them propi Sole proprietors of the renownpil- selves what preparations aro being made Russian Hebrews illegally admitted has NER E K I N O HINDOO KIDNEY CORDIAL been passed jThe only remedy that is sold on an abso- for tho great Exposition of next year For the permanent cure of Pains in thp Rank nml nil iliwrirflfrii nf tlio Vil tune guarantee to cure all rains ond Tho Houso committee to investigate will simply be a jolly picnic for the It and Urinary Organs Thousands of cerPrinting executed at thin office in the high t Aches Cromns und Colic Dinrrhmu Ivk enterv etc Used Intermillv nurl ixtr tificates of those who have used this great majority but there aro a few sharp the sweating system of labor is getting est style of the art and ut satisfactory prices nnlly The best Liniment in the world down to work and expects to begin hear- Â¬ remedy will he sent on application eyes along that will not bo dimmed by Noteheads envelopes sale hills fcc Work IlUCK 25 CENTS PRICE 100 champagno and Havana cigars which ings in nbout ten days promptly done und nothing but the best The House Committee on Labor has material used Send for estimates Fott Sale by Drug Stores axd Country Stores Everywhere will seek for stern facts without prejuasked for authority to make an investi dice for or against the management of A H STAMPER gation before reporting on any of the tho Worlds Fair AT Tho Republicans of tho House practi- Â¬ many bills which havo been referred to it CAMPTON KY cally have the fate of tho free coinage MORGAN COUNTY Offers Ills nrofnasinnnl Rirviri to tlio bill in their hands That seems a queer zens of Wolfe mid adjoining comities Will If so you can get something hotter than dollars from us The completion of Mnytown Missiles mane collections nnu remittances promptly the K U R R to Jackson has cut us off from u large wholesale trade heretofore statement in view of the fact that tho Ike McQuire is in Louisville had by us in several counties east and left on our hands an immense stock of f A T WOOD Democrats aro more than two thirds of DAY Ed Meek has been on the sick list WOOD ui in- hc ut i uiii pcnuu i uinoaa unu in ortier to tio so wo are determined B F DAY to make prices do the work prices which will make our patrons hnppv and make that body but it is nevertheless strictly ATTORNEYS AT LAW Flo Childers has been low with grip competition howl We oiler to Country Merchants extra inducements and guartrue as matters stand at this writing A Ulhcc over hxcliungc Hunk antee to them lower prices than they ever got before Wo are overstocked and Mnysville St Mt Sterling Kv Mrs R D Bevens is visiting at Camp- big majority of tho Domocrats favor tVo Rnnuwnhpr vn will r1iinliiiif in- - I Ml i tfl Practice in Montgomery Powell Menffee must unload b- r bill and havo signed a petition to the ton Wolfe ilrcuthitt Howun Magotliii and Mor Wiimi im icuiiii vni iii wem iinriii ur soutii up mil or aown ii urn we are now re- gun counties and Superior Court und Court ceiving such lines bought for cash at bottom bargains as will fill every depart- Committee on Rules asking that a date John Tolson is on duty again at his of Appeals will unr niau witsuiiiiuie uuoice aim ciieap we can astonish you with be set for its consideration but tho Dem- Â¬ still REAR HIGSTAFF ocratic minority is relentless in its oppoDr Kcndrick has been bad with heart sition and by a count of noses it has ATTORNEYS AT LAW trouble been discovered that it may bo defented MT STERLING KY covered with goods at half prices As the prices we name merely give us a chance Mr Phillips called on our merchants Practice in the outright if tho Bepublicans will vote courts of Montgomery and to get our money out of the goods we cannot afford credit Goods will be sold for adjoining counties and in the Court of Ar cash with them against it or it may be de this morning only or country produce live stock and school claims taken in exchange peals und Federal Courts We have opened a new department under the charge of Miss Laura Rawlings Charles Duncan and Mr Hudginswere feated by fillibustoring if the Republiand Miss Lula Day which is fully stocked with fine Millinery Notions Ladies J A TAULBEE cans will join with them in not voting hero last week urnishing Goods Wall Paper Carpets and Oil Cloths School Books and Sup plies Pictures and Frames etc etc Mis Rawlings is a thoroughly competent thus breaking a quorum whenever an at Robort Wills and James Landrum have Milliner and Dress Maker and we offer you a City Stock to select fiorii You can tempt is mado to get it before the House gone to Illinois get as fine and stylish Millinery and Dresses here as anywhere and at the very Hazel Green Wolfe County and it is said that negotiations aro now lowest prices Yours etc KENTUCKY Leonard May was visiting on Little under way botween tho nntisilver Dem Â¬ Blackwatcr Sunday J F LOCKHART ocrats and tho Republicans looking to Prof Thomas of Menefee is teaching such a bargain There aro somo Repub- Â¬ licans who will not join them as they a writing school here intend voting for the bill but how many W W Mankcr preached here Sunday is not known night to a good crowd EZEL KY JOHN M ROSE H C SWANGO The Senate Finance Committco has reRev G W Howes will go to house- Â¬ HOUSE ported adversely on the bill providing keeping hero this week Hazel Green Ky Mas LOU DAY Proprietress for an income tax to be applied to the This hoilHK llflH liccii ripntlv rifiHol ntul Mrs Alexander Spencer of Clifty died payment of pensions etc on the ground returnished and the table is at nil times sup DEALERS IN plied with the best in the market Kates that such legislation cannotconstitution Friday of consumption reasonable Sample room nttached and spe The select school here by Grant Sprad cial rates to commercial men Patronage is ally bo originated by the Senate Seve respectfully solicited a61y ling is giving satisfaction 9 ral similar bills aro in tho hands of a HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY Houso committee whoro no constituB MAUPIN James Wills of Illinois has been here WITH Carry a complete line of Dry Goods Notions Ladies Dress tional obstaclo prevents action on them on a visit but has returned Goods Gents Clothing Boots Shoes Hats Representative Morse of Massachu Medi- Â¬ E B May has built an addition to his WHOLESALE DRY GOODS setts thinks tho Interstate Commerco cines Saddles Harness c and sell FOR CASH prices barn whioh is very convenient NOTIONS BOOTS SHOES c lower than ever before -law is ono of tho things that ought to go seen in Hazel- - Green All goods CATLETTSBUIIQ KY feCly Rollio May camo home Friday from and ho has introduced a bill for its re-Â¬ guaranteed as represented or money refunded school and remained until to day peal Fred Kellam tho little drummor Tho proceedings of the Behring Sea Commission now sitting in this city aro passed hero Saturday for your place of courso secret but there is always a F M Cannoy is clorking for E B tiny leak through which news escapes May and is over ready to tare the caland tho nows which has escaped is not ico altogether favorablo to tho satisfactory Perfectly- Well T Boon Stamper was quietly married ixmore Dubuquo Co la Sapt 18B9 settlement of tho questions which aro to Friday night to Miss Mida Bolin Rev Ulas K Flnnlgan writ8 My mother and bo arbitrated owing to tho failure of tho statOT used Paator Koonla Nrvo Tonlo Xor Wright officiating Bwaralflla Thoy are both perfeotljr wall now Commissioners to ngreo as to the cause of aad botot tired ot pralainy the Toulo To the People Arc you tired of paying old accounts and long prices and do vou C C Pieratt contemplates locating in tho great decreaso in tho number of fur t to fiiifl a place where you can buv Loods with no lua Vkoas New Mexico July 8 189a nf t at mmpa rrif at When I young my mother ere bearing animals There have been some Mt Sterling soon and if he does wo will night and wm gave me her boaom had m bad credit systeui If so call on me youI will not be charged with the loss that follows n she because I i und will nun vrv nrt was crying and two hours aftor I had the first business nssoeintlon lintli loso a good citizen silly rumors to tho efloct that the British fitnhlc and pleasant With thanks for your patronage in the attack ox heart dlsoasa Pastor Koonlgs Nerve Feb 22 91 ionic baa done me much good and has had the pust and hoping to have h liberal share of the snme in future I nm Transient Commissioners nre intentionally delaying desired effect MIUUriL A UUEIUN Most respectfully GEO W KOH1NS0N an agreement so as to give tho Canadian MoanitTON Ark Oct 13 1830 Kxol Involution For fonr veara tnv trulnnVita 1ki sealers a chanco to get into Behring Sea A charming little idol belonging to to epllepilo fits and the use of Pastor Koonlgs lonlo gave hnmodlato at the expiration of tho temporary agreo Willie Cartor was seen in town last week Nerve she oommencod taking ItsaUsfactlon and since she has not even the slightest symptoms of the disease had My mont before nnothor ono is made but Samuel Rico has bought of Eli Pierntt The undersigned takes pleasure in announcing JOHN SCHMIDT none of our officials believe them rangements w th the American Hook Company that will his property on Liberty street for 250 e luj to VeU Je Soil Sonator Pughibf Alabama predicts and will move into It nt free to say address books adonted lv the Htnto Hoiinl n u rii w K reuueeu rutes LFsV V W I soon VV Hays New First Arithmetic ptUenta csa also obtain Miifl wi xx I IMIVI SStlSI ihIm 15 Hill and Gray as tho Democratic Na UUs aieOlclae free of charge I IlsUia aSd Poor It lteviscd Primer 8A oeconu AritumntiR Deputy Sheriff J M Ingraham has This remedy bm been prepared by the Reverend Eclectic Speller 17 tional ticket SO Pastor KoeaUr ot FortiWvn8 ted Third Arithmetic 18 aad First Header 17 rented the R M Pieratt property and is now prepared undsrhls direction bysince tke 50 Key to same Thd last State dinnerof tho season was Second Header 510 High Arithmetic 85 KOENIQ MED CO Chicago III Third Header A2 crtvmi nf flin Wliifn TTnnan una nl t will movo to town in the near future w 75 u uuiiou lt ni uiv IU r mirth Header McOulfeys 1st Eclectic Oeography 55 A man living in as hilly n country as Bold by Di BsTXbttftt SI per Bottle 6fer5 tho Supreme Court Filth Header 2il Eclectic Geography I 10 ZmrfHU99VlS 6BotU4wferf Sixth 85 Tho Sonnto and Houso Committees on this should not talk ugly about a Hill in Eclectic Geography 1 30 The above school book publications of the American Hook Comiianv are well known Agriculture havo an opportunity to show Now Ynrk for tnore a even nnw 11 l timtS hJve 0M oflicers T books ld for le o eacl MOV m18 l I 1 pricea Other school puunsiieu tv in their Rction upon tho anti option bills ocratc city BOt on that Hill which cannot pmniii U7 Walnut Street Cincinnati supplied at eurrvHiioiiillmrlv tnc Americsn Hook low nrlces A r beforo them whether thn Fnrmpra Al be hid J T ha 1 x uu iiaxel Ureen Ky WINCHESTER KY lianco backed by tho agricultural maasea Now it has about come to pass that of tho country and inany people in tho after America Ben has got nil his N II WITHEItSPOOX President It D HUNTEll Cashier cities who aro morally opposed to specu war paint washed olT that hia chief ser lating in grain etc believing it to bo vant Jim has been eating sour grapes and Paid up Capital 20000000 gambling are more Influential with them cuts his words up in great bhape and if Surplus 6000000 than tho grain atuTtook brokers from people dont ouit misnlucimr him ho will SHORT HAND TYPE WRITINB PENMAHSHIf 0PKKEEPIM8 5AffArtJNrWU9ILOM J This Hunk solicits the accounts of mer BRYAHT STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEflk SOUTH WEST IKWMXlFsWTiliAI JHESTREETS the big cltlee who aro heroin droves soon havo to toto u compass to tell where chants farmers traders nml litittnni m THIRD AND JEFFERSON LOUISVILLE KY OATALOBUE FREE Kentucky gliding their money liberally to defeat ho la and there la a number of augcr generally throughout Eastern facility und und oilers its customers every thi bill All of the hearings for and oyed Democrats who aro in nbout the the most liberal terms within the limits of and PKOMPTLY EXE legitimate banking octlSly ICE Send your order may bo expected in a few days Tlio Farmers Alliance members of the House by a vigorous protest and demand i of their right to debuto the bill pre vented the Indian appropriation bill being railroaded through the House Representee Livingston of Georgia offered the following resolution and asked unanimous consent for its consideration but Representative Taylor of Illinois objected In view of the unrest and extremely distressed condition of the masses of the people in this country and their eager inquiry ns to tho policy of 41U iiuuiHj tfllimilll lit W4lst ivcsuiivu una lTBf tuniunuivauiv Y7 Mn A That we extend to them our sincere sym so to do all in our power J r relief on the lnco improved finances nnd reduced taxation A joint resolution for the investigation Â¬ 1 k taSZtZ same fix for when they turn themselves loose in a campaign they cannot find their politics unless they first have on a Cleveland bell Already somo little broom saoo editors have been rattling their bell at a furious rate while they were crazing on a certain Hill in New York Now it will come to pass in tho near future when things take on their real shape that these croakers will wish that they had lost their bell clapper or there was no such thing as an echo Seeing is Believing And a good lamp must be MjlJJljliiii3k not pond simple when it is not simple it is Simbl TisniiUftil words mean much but to see The Rochester win impress the truth more forcibly All metal Â¬ 7thrcn 4 U I I t i HlHr VeloUS Ucht is nurer and hnVhter thnn cms lirrtif softer than electric light and more cheerful than either Feb 22 92 Blurt We want 1000 doz eggs at 10c Wo want vnur omintrv nrodiico Wo wnnt your surplus change and wo want to 1 iook loruiiyinmp TnnRoaiHBTBR If the lamp denier Rochester ami the style you want scud to u for our new hasnt thevriml Illustrated catalog and we will aend you n lamp safely liy exnreiH your choice of over a uiui varieties from the largest Lamp Store in the World nuvuDaiKH liAiar co 42 Parle Place Newr York ciiy 1 on you gooas cnenpor inun nnyoouy H F PlEUATT CO The Rochester TPm WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING DRUGGISTS icu vf Â¬ Â¬ M60W Â¬ ATTORNEY LAW Do You Need Money - Â¬ vrv fl iji uu Â¬ O Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TR Physician and Surgeon Tut vm or DENTIST T X HAZEL GREEN AY cfc oo KENTUCKY -- Â¬ DAY Â¬ Â¬ Hose WM1 Swango Patent at Mil Â¬ Â¬ D H CARPENTER ljjJN - Â¬ WtohiG NEW HOUSE NEW GOODS Dealer in CAMPTON KENTUCKY 1 ROBIBISOTV General NEW PRICES Merchandise GHEAFE1 w T SGI00I E0ES ln 1 eK 1 Â¬ nil k snf ft 1 11 eu I I 11 11 THE WINCHESTER BANK m Â¬ J JOB PRINTING cSSSES ra itfn tf 0 r- - Hazel Green Herald nl Ifiisn larger circulation in Wolfe Morirun llreatlltt tlinn nil other papers In State and merchants in Mt Sterling Win l Kllioticouyitak8Krcu -- interest i m otHce Hall and well known to inanv of gentleman That he s n sensible one is evidenced In the fact that which to secure Mountain Trade nnAixna ix he has his printing done at Thk HKitAin ADVERTISING llVTKS The sale of W F Elklns Isaac Elklns and tfiVSTD oflice where he knows he can obtain the TItANSIKNT David Hogg at this plaec on Saturday last Advertisements inserted tor less than 3 best work for the leust money was in a large decree a success The house months will be 7 cents an inch for the tlrst 125 cents an inch for each Watson Phipps brought us a handsome hold plunder and farming implements sold insertion and stilt sequent insertion very low but what live stock thej offered list of subscribers since our last issue fl Al TltANHIINT Advkutisino must Alex Philips Isom Long James M Strick for sale went at good prices Daniel Hogg UK IAtl IN ADVANCK land and MissTyree HelleSnlyer of Sellers sold his live stock privately before the day 8TANIMNO ADVKUTISKMKNTH He sold a mule to S P Howe for also John C Gose of Daysborough goods while cheap nml now is Mr of sale inch 12 months 7 fo 120 on 12 months time one horse to J G 2 inches Phipps is one of the best friends TllK llKu f0 3 inches 15 o ALD has and in this connection we are Lykius for 100 cash one to John G Tolsou 1 4 inches 75 12 months time for 110 a cow to G W fi inches 22 00 pleased to state that the names he brings in on inches Lovelace for 25 cash On day of sale W 13 00 represent the best puople in that section is tuul to moro goods reason Liberal rates on larger advertisements F Elklns sold tvo mules to Kelly Fulks for Mike OHalr who was in town Wcdncs made known on application 226 one cow for 2845 and one for 2050 in is you sec Local notices to he interspersed among day told us of the birth of a monstrosity on one mower and rake for 1250 J M Cock reading matter 10 cents a line with a disfor count of 25 per cent where they run a month ills place on Sunday last The freak was a crhum sold two mules privately to A S Hol is to sell way to mnko or more lamb which had eight separate and distinct loa for 100 Obituaries tributes of icspcet etc He a legs and four to sell everybody is to sell unybody cars two at the usual place way line Count six words to the line anil scud Miss Minnie Jones of Mt Sterling who Â¬ money with the manuscript We will write and two on the neck turned upside down we is to do for Cash or in the Campton ubituurlcs and publish at C cents a line It was also of double gender It died in a has been assistant teacher Marriage and death notices not exceeding Uuslncss College since the be duce few hours and Mr OHalr threw it on top of Normal and ten lines solicited and published KlttiK session until MBWo havo extended the Credit Syatcm until wo nro compelled to close our rJHUH VOll KKOlIAIt Advkktising his barn intending to bring it to Thk Hkii ginning of the presentbedside of herrecently bonks and we respectfully ask tlmso who owo ua to come in nnd pay part brother was summoned to the lAYAWK QUAHTKUlY OX DKMANI Ain but before his return the buzzards had or nil of your note or account Trusting you will heed this we remain who is said to be lying at the point of death Address SPENCER COOPER CO H F PIEItATT devoured it Very respectfully Ac Hazel Green Ky She was accompanied b her father who Dr 15 F Carter of West Liberty Super- came lor her Miss Jones during her con Thomas C Job ison Esq of Campton intendent of Schools for Morgan County nection with the school here as assistant paid our town a business visit on Thurs was here Tuesday looking after some job teacher was eminently satisfactory to all JJW day work we have in press for him the Institute the patrons of the school and especially of I mI Iffte T T Kf J W flllilfnri- - Irnvn Farm home Undue Wis Bays After trylmx 3 of as highly the primary department the one over which proceedings and expressed himself Killis Puckett was here Thursday looking every known remedy 1 removed a large Hunch pleased with the work so far Dr Carter she had control She Is an amiable sociable of two years nUuidlnc from a 3 year old Ally S for a location and will move back to Huel S with three applications of has had several jobs printed at this oflice and pleasant lady one of culture and re He is now living at Torrent Green and we are glad to know that he is well finement and during her short stay among Dr Taulbce and John Evans huve our pleased with our work He is thoroughly the people of Campton she made a host of I Us U10 boat preparation I have ovorunod or heard r thanks for favors rendered Wednesday interested in school work in his county and warm friends 5 of 1 heartily recommend 11 to an uoraemen ItriOUTKlt night in getting our press in operation exceedingly popular with patrons pupils Feb 24 02 IctUmonlaU We have hundreds cfauch and teachers ntf he deserves to be Won Itcv Jim Tom Pieratt will preach at the Prlcr 8106 per bottle Ak your druggist for It If ho dors nut kcpltiteiiduaZ5csluuisorllvrfortrlaltaKC Oi e hundred teams wanted to log along Fnfnk Johnson school house on Lacy creek The appearance of another Republican CO Whitehall N Y TUSK WAHK W II KDDV next Sunday morning at 1030 oclock voter in Hazel Green precinct was announced the K U railroad between Jackson and He is stopping with Clay City For particulars address last Friday morning Register Swango who h s been visiting Fioyii Day and father W T Whaley and his mother relatives and friends at this place for a week Clay City Ky wife and as it will be twenty one yenrs bepast left for Frankfort Thursday morning fc Co Successo to J A La fore he can exercise the right of suffrage it LKXINGTON KY 74 E Main Stuiit Mike OHeir of Laurel hns been suftering is to be hoped that his mother will wield an bring him with dropsy since about the last of January influence for good upon him and Wholemile Dealers in but was able to be in town on Wednesday up in the doctrine of Democracy of the Jef in Straight Kentucky Whiskies fersonian kiud The young man has been last named Charley Cooper Whaley the middle Mort Swango who has been attending c Wines Brandies name being in honor of the Hhkai1i man school at Kentucky University is now wriby and we predict for him an exceedingly bright FINE OLD WHISKY A SPECIALTY ting in the ofiice of the Register of the Land AND TOI1ACCO Ml fflffi SSriift flcs nmii iimncra Jiuisulirotnrr-it-laourfllmv yicii Jonas Vnisint nnd 1 onr r1 M 1 Devils creek Ilctsy llurton wife of Win Rurton She was a lady that was beloved by all who knew her and she leaves a hus band and family of children and a host of friends to mourn her loss The bereaved family have our sympathy K P PIERATT J T PIERATT H F PIERATT i CO Â¬ LIVE STOCK iibi this our nSKP m mv A RtfffWCillH COUNTRY PRODUCE Â¬ Good People Play Progression they arc 1 Buy your the time - 1 We want buy Â¬ Â¬ business business We arc not health but for the protit and inerelytbr pleasure nor everybody And the it profitable the And cheaper than Country Pro are going that what Dont that Â¬ IPiF Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ wll -- Jay-Eye-flo- o ntr Â¬ lIljIIKjILw QUiNNS 01NTMEHT til x Â¬ R S STRADER SON 1 1 THE NEW WEBSTER CONSUMPTION Its arty stags can be cured the prompt use of WEBSTERS Â¬ at Frankfort future CIGARS IOTERNATIONAL Judge George W Carson requests us to return his thanks to the many friends who stood by him in his recent illness and to say that he hopes they may always be as kindly treated under like circumstances Swango will be disThe firm of Rose solved March 1 and Gardner Jones will take the place of Chap Swango who retires They will begin invoicing Monday and the firm will hereafter be Rose Jones Â¬ the genial host of the Combs House at Campton paid our town a visit Tuesday He came over to see his granddaughter and feels awfully proud now that he has attained to the dignity of grandpa S S Combs Â¬ Our press suddenly collapsed Tuesday morning and the break promised to be a very serious accident believing as we did that we would be compelled to ship to Cin cinnati to have it repaired Hose DcHusk however informed us that they could fix it and that they wera able to do so is demonstrated beyond doubt by the fact that our readers are now enjoying the dear old Only for the mechanical skill HkkaU of the gentlemen named there is every probability that Thk Herald would not have appeared for two or three weeks and we are indeed thankful to them for aiding in avoiding such a calamity to ourselves and the community That the senior member of this firm is a genius has been time and again Ayers Cherry Pectoral It soothes the Inflamed tissues aids expectoration and hastens recovery Arcnts for Old Pugli Old Pepper Old Turr nnd Old Taylor DICTIONARY Rc cdltcd nnd Reset from Coyer to Cover FULLY ABREAST OF THE TIMES Â¬ I J DRY DINGFELDEU WITH Â¬ M ROBINSON Importers nnd Jobbers or CO A GRAND INVESTMENT for ovory Finally nnd School Dr J C Ayer 1891 Lowell Mass It GOODS AND NOTIONS Tim Authentic WebstcrtfUitabrldccd Dlutlonary comprWIug laaueauf 1IMI all still copyrighted ha 70 ami bvrn tltorauKlily reflnruntm enlarged under tho 1supervision of Nonh Sortr 1I IX if Yale University and an a distinguishing title tirara the nine Tltu work of retlslon ten year more than rhiiHdred edito Â¬ rial laborer being employed and arer 300000 expensed before the first cony waa SOLD BY ALL BOOKSCLLCnC Pamphlet pent free by tlio publUhcrr Caution is needed hi purchnMn a die tlotiury us photographic reprints cf uu nbo Into nnd compurutWcly worthless tdltlon rf Wcboternro helm ninrketed under various names and often by misrepresentation Tho International which tears Imprint rf a d C MKItUIAM A CO Publishers Springfield Mats U lhAt Nos 537 539 nnd 54- 1- 1802 -- West Main Street LOUISVILLE KY International Dictionary over occupied printed WEBSTERS HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY Normal and Preparatory School BKCOJJD TKRM 11EUAN John Wilson of our town is stepping as higt as a blind horse in a clover field and the reason for his exuberance is that he is a happy grandpa there having been born to the wife of his son Harlan a bouncing boy baby Governor Teets of Tects Hros Circus wai here Wednesday negotiating with Rose Detusk for a lot of blacksmithingand wagon work preparatory to starting out for the season They will give their first exhibition at West Liberty about April 1 Â¬ W O Mize enrolling clerk of the Senate who has been visiting his wife and son and other friends and relatives at this place left for Frankfort Thursday morning During his absenoe from Frankfort Pat McDonald editor of the Argus has been tilling the place for him Charley Sample this week received a letter from Judge Lusk who is now at Myrtle The Judge Point Coos county Oregon writes that all are well and thinks he will be well pleased with the country His post otlice is Albany Oregon if any of his friends wish to write to him demonstrated but nothing more fully establishes the fact that he is a master mechanic than the work he did on our press in repairing which he was compelled to make special tools All who understand the na ture of the damage and who have seen the repairs pronounce it the neatest job of mechanical skill and ingenuity tney have ever looked upon Hut while Mr Rose was the Napoleon of the movement our good friend Josh DeRusk must not be overlooked in the important part he performed Indeed the two worked together for good to TllK 11 Kit ami and its many readers You Stiall Have It Mr SiKXCKlt CooiKlt Dear Sir You will find enclosed check for one dollar for which you will send me your paper for one year TllK Hkraid is a lavorite with me and I would be at a loss without it Maooik A CMiR Liberty Feb 22 112 West Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ROSE DeBUSK PRACTICAL Â¬ Blacksmiths and Wagonmakers HAZEL GREEN KY QCTTHCDCCT llluckKiiiitliiii of nil kinds solicited nnd MONDAY work promptly done We mnke a specialty of building 2 horse wngomi and gunmnteu TEACHERS COURSE embraces all the all work All who lire indebted ti tltu hritnlioK riulrel in the Common Schools NOTICK Daily Urn or either of uh for work must come Theory and Practice a specialty nnd settle nnd cash or satisfactory terms will drills lor leacners IiUSINKSS COURSE embraces the Tea be demanded for all work done hcrenftpr Thanking yon for piist patronage and soCourse Hook Keeping Huslness chers Transactions and Commercial liciting a continuance of the same we are Forms and T i tvn DkIUJSK ItOSK respectfully ENGLISH COURSE prepares for Ken tucky University and Colleges of that class- ANCIENT A MODERN LANGUAGES 10 1891 Â¬ NOVEMBER Here the little Jeweler of Ezel Turned to a Watch the timo to tell He Is on his kneea As the public sees And n prayer Is made WOLFE COUNTY AC Campion Currency Ryrd is preparing to build a new residence Thk HkraU His postoflice will be Sullot M F Horton has rented a house and phur City He has bought a farm In Wash of Marion and Main the corner ington county ol 88 acres well Improved in town on streets of W H Duff for Oi a year for which he paid 210 and will engage in through A number of persons possed farming of complete now WM H CORD and other town on Monday enrouteto Texas May R1801 ILof 1 Do not fail 0 read the udvcitWcnient their Boots Shoes Olotliing parts of the West We did not learn Ashland Park Stallions for 1S02 if you are names Goods nnd interested in breeding for the best blood offered for miIb a two year Leonard Tutt Stable The horses advertised combine the best tin inspection of off Livery Feed and Sale and a small mule They were cried Mralm of trotting blood to be found in Ken- poiy pn- HAZEL GREEN KY goods and bidder for cash in hand HI services of these to the highest tucky or elsewhere and the as being the purchaser at 0 each and JE- rJr Iiiuititp mid Sinule ccs horses are offered at prices within the reach nun Ualley -- w wiv ijTt Rigs mid Saddle Horses resigned as Circuit Clerk W F Elklns has of all Address the proprietor ami get his hire Parties convey recommended for KYtf MT STERLING was up ed to any point on reason Â¬ terms ami on Monday James Vaisuit able terms He Thu justly releliratd iiointcd to fill out his unexpired term all line rj ArConsltnmeHti of iirmltife and th Thk Herald office lias Just turned out rirlwill aUo attend toness calls forkiud - IVrrylmi aiwl 111 nam 01 mm of this gave bond and took tne rcspco tloneering ami Mllclt bus I are HouTflt till olflco at 10 cent H doaon iintroiuhftt of Mountain UrdwM Inst lor W U LeMaster Esq two ets of Respectfully quired by law pencil In townHt Jta apiece lullv solicited and the tute proceedings for Elliott county Mr JOHN 11 PIERATT e Died one day last wee at her Schools for LeMaster Superintendent of Â¬ Â¬ Oscar Fallen of Daysborough left one Peter Tolson has moved to Hazel Green day this week for Washington county Ark We all regret very much to give Peter up and did not forget to make himself solid for He will be missed very much To sell goods lower Than ever before mlleu ACKK8 containing A Open Face Stem wind Our rates are less than any school in Kavlcrn from farm Sterling all In grass except 8 Mt American Watches T0 Kentucky Rates or Tuition per Month acres good soil good Improvement nnd in Urge WclghtClockH Sr0 good neighborhood with an excellent orUenutlful Walnut Spring chard nnd convenient to good schools Superior qual J foop WlTCJfr locks postotucc It is a nice half on jrfr Payable one of term entering School churches andmiii tn In finiireclatiil home ity of Kuwiug Mnchinu Oil 1 or bottles 10 I will I in lw the other at middle T F CAKK Respectfully give a better bargain than can lie found In cents Htate II application is mane ociorc 1 the BOARDING rent it TThere will be no more trouble about ALSO high board the cost of board and lodg A farm of AltOlT IW ACHKS near Kzel too l Klt wkkk kvkry ing will be only 200 lllnckwater Morgun county known ns MT STERLING KY We can accommodate 011 Miles Kash iiillii about 100 acres clear TltlNO KlitsiHHKli the In our new building new slxtv hoarders ed and in cultivation and the balance in OaiITAI 80000 200000 BuniMJH furniture and good fare The teachers live in timber This farm Issusceptibleofdlvlsloii the Academy Home and haveG the immediate I will divide it to suit purchaser and take J M HinBTAFlTFresldent I Combs Is the charge of the boarders a lew good horses in part payment nml give U L K I It K PATRICK Vice Ireshleiit caterer no better can be found liberal terms on the balance W W TH0M8ON Cashier J O THIMIILK UHtf Is the prettiest town in East Htixcl Green solicit the business of mer We ern Kentucky free from many of Ills of- J II Sharp Hruce Trimble T CI Denton chant ropcctfully traders and business men farmers n those of more ixmiilaiU nml generally throughout Knstcrn Kentucky A tiou no saloons or harbors of temptation DENTON general banking business done Give mm The people welcome strangers and iiillii SHARP TRIMBLE chance to send you a bank book nay your CllCeS lor gOOll lire llinmn i checks and loan vnu money when In need tvlll lu miller the Htlticrviftioil tn MT STKULING KY W W THOMlKoy Cash catalogues etc of the teachers Send for Mi 1 2 FARMS FOR SALE For the Jewelry trade Not that lies busted Or hU trade has rusted Hut a times arc tight He thought It right 100 150 and 200 Â¬ ucu 11 1 Â¬ Traders Deposit Bank 1 Â¬ Â¬ ini J H PIERATT - Have a Huts line Â¬ Gents Furnishing We solicit guarantee our articles satisfactory Trimble Bros WHOLESALE I -- Sa Xli IJ lli p JSL10 0 1 -- Â¬ I X ro im 25 lst JHty 14r h Hazel J UAZKL Green Herald KY SPENCER COOPER FuMkair GKKEtf SOME DAY 1 y wrong hA ia old mammy luonoj Irt who wboo things went lobo em MVoUld look up elioorlly and nays lionoy Just Now ncbbor mln Dcy iro to como right nomo day I Wpca no mln down poured wbllo tho i overhead Its dliiKlrst mnntlo of Rrny Hky Tbo sun am botui tor Mhlno Bomo duyl As tho years wont by and tho dreams of my y6utli Keplnliuf Id boo slip nwny u Kow ciillc hho would say worry mltey poor hopi Ah you Un foryosclf somo day 1 I Tw8IIonoy vro doati rnlncrllttlobltorrloud When oamo trouble and grief and the wholo Enveloped In doubt and dismay Twas My ohllo jest abldofordo Masters time He hhow you do wharrfore somo day I When tho messenger came and her whlto soul fled From lis poor blnrlt body of clay She wblspored lionoy bold to do Mastors band He lead you to Ilcubon somo dayl And I think this world wcro a far bettor plaoo If wo nil would udopt mammys way And look from a present of burrowing Ills tnu H001 llml s coming somo day W TdclnlUc Ireston In Good Housokooplng earth eortnert i KKP3 SHBr StopYtcplife rfIkqwf P Mwneftt CcftV Bit OASfcWoqsNCo iL- - rAllVT KW OHAPTHK XVIII- iIIio girls reply though far lovcrjt wlinL rrinieriilitv tlio - Continued nt from would fwTsfii wm iij i i M was not displeasing to Pearson Itwas more tltnn ho had dared to hope for sineo hu know that sho did not love himfind he was satisfied that she ex iprosyd for him respect and pity She respects mo ho mused and that will make my victory easy She will bow to the inevitable and will ac cede- to my wishes all the more readil because of that It would bo hard to force her to sacrifice herself to a man die did not ureiif respect I am satis Â¬ fied witlimy progress so far and it only temuius to bo seen which is the Mronerhcr love for herself or her lovo for her father and mother A Iviiir Pearson said Forgive me Miss Jrcen for presum I did not ing to tjtter sueh sentiments mean to say what my words imply Fur be it from mcto suggest that your heart can be won by Mich things as I olTered I only meant to say what I would do for you in order to show you tho depth of my affection Will you forgivo me Miss Green and think of my words only as I meant thcmV I hold no ill feeling Mr Pearson kald Louise promptly and I will not think the less of you for what you have tald Tho subject is one unpleasant to mg and to contiuuo it can bo of no benefit to either of us bo lot its drop it if you please Pearson acceded readily to this ro quest since to continuo tho conversa- Â¬ tion longer at that timo would by no means enhance his interest Ho felt that ho had accomplished all that could be accomplished provious to his finish- Â¬ ing stroke Of course in tho mean- Â¬ Â¬ ill BAII liAHSoV mOOOD DAY TAAtKf ho could go on gaining her respect time of his lovo and ho would make no more direct efforts to win her consent to his proposal Louise anvlous to escape Pearsons company expressed a wish to return home and accordingly thoy walked buck to the cabin Neither had much to say and save for a fow desultory commonplace remarks tho walk passed by his services in behalf of her parents but to lior ho would say nothing more Arming nt tho fence In front of the cabin where Pearsons horso was tied Pcarbon stopped I will not go in ho said but I will como out again iu a day or two I hope you will not consider my visit an an noyanco for J promiso not to rovort again t thu subjoct wo wero discussing awhile ugo bwojd not liavu you stay wHyH on my account and I replied fcotuso assure yoc that i appreciate your mind- Â¬ fulness of my ixirents Thanks said Pearson Good day An 1 vwii1Mv Into his saddle bo can i in nIIouco tered away t ry rauchunliuoa broken- Â¬ Wkecdler acquiesced Sister Swoop Brother and Sister Blntchford lire for hearted rejected suitor tho good of their follow creatures ciiaptki XIX Tholr thoughts by day and by night TIIR niUIISllAN AID SOCIHTT must bo of the poor needy ones who aro 1 Match ford to state It s duo Hiram in the darkness sin The thut ho was totally Ignorant of tho ever uppermost Inoftheir minds question to judge whereabouts of his daughter He knew from tholr actions is What can I do It is true that ijho was somewhere in Â¬ Kansas but he had not the remotest for tho good of tho Ignorant and be of Such as they are the salt Idea in what part of the state It is nighted the earth tho leaven that leaveneth re- Â¬ also due him to tay that ho never ceived the letter written him by the old the whole loaf True doctor at the beginning of Marys sick- Â¬ wild Itov Sister Swoops true Indeed Whcedler and I pray that ness Whether It would have made they may live to see the fruits of their any difference in the condition of tho Greens if IUatehford had known of their works in all their fullness This prayer of Hrother Whcedlers whereabouts and condition is a ques Â¬ was destined to be realized for it was tion that must go unanswered but true written down that Hrother and Sister Christian charity says give him the IUatehford should both live to see tho benefit of tho doubt fruit of their works in all Its terrible However lllatchford might have act- Â¬ ed on the knowledge of his childs dis- fullness and not only that but they tress Sarah IUatehford felt it to her should eat thereof and como to know interest to see that such knowledge did tho bitterness of it play of words just During the little not reach him and accordit gly the described Sister IUatehford from her good old doctors letter never went be- Â¬ position at the head of the table smiled yond her hands sweetly upon those about her and said She had long feared that a communi- Â¬ cation from the Greens might como to as plain as actions could speak is right her husband and not feeling sure that andIndeed Hrother Whcedler I am the light of the church a his heart would bo proof against his guiding angel to those less blessed with daughters pleas If sho should choose goodness to make any Mrs IUatehford be- Â¬ Hrother thought herself of the precaution of made very IUatehford said nothing and little outward show of his keeping any such letter from Ulatch feelings but it was evident that he was fords hands So in pursuance of this greatly pleased and he praised himself idea she arranged to have all the pri- Â¬ like patting himself on the vate mail delivered at the house and and felt being so back for great and good when the doctors letter came to hand Now said Uev Whcedler after a with its Kansas postmark sho rightly we as judged that it related to tho Greens short silence funds for a churcha mustÂ¬ missending raise somo and forthwith she opened it and read sionary to break the bread of life to the its contents The letter told a pitiable talc of woe heathen This is a great and glorious for it portrayed in plain colors tho sad work and I hope our members will condition of Mary Greon sick and poverty- open their hearts liberally to the poor -stricken as sho was and ended benighted souls that are going to an with a plea to tho obdurate father in endless death for the want of the ChrisGospel behalf of his sufferlug daughter Such tianAmen to that exclaimed Hrother a letter coming from one who was IUatehford and to show a stranger to Mary ought to my worlcs I will subscribe my faith by fifty dollars have brought a fooling of pity to the to that fund flintiest heart but on tho gontlo heart God bless yon Hrother IUatehford if this devout member of Rev Whced exclaimed the minister fervently lers congregation it mado no impres Your crown will be a glorious one sion whatever Some one may imagine when you have finished your work and that she suffered compunctions of con the Master savs Well done thou jjood science out sucn was not tne ease and faithful servant God bless jou Such people as she have no conscience Hrother IUatehford and may you alIt does seem that after reading Dr ways continue in the way you have Iiascoms letter Mrs IUatehford ought at least to have experienced a sense of chosen IUatehford followed her hus Sister shame when she remembered that sie bands lead with a subscription of and all her relatives were living in twenty live dollars IUatehford great plenty on that which of right be- of course would paywhich the minister and longed to the poor woman who was blessed her in turn Then starving Hut even that feeling did insisted on old Mrs SpieklcrIUatehford subscrib not come to her heart Remorselessly ing to the fund at his expense ami she she burned the letter watching it received a blessing likewise crisp in flames and turn to ashes yet a Christian familythe This suffering no twinge of conscience And minister is truly said with much unction and an hour later she sat in her cushioned their reward will be great in tlie next pew with smiling placid features ap world May the Lord reward and bless parently perfectly satisfied with them according to their deserts herself and the life sue was prayer also would living When at the end of Whcedlers in This for the day was be answered time coming and sermon she gave a good sicd bank even then was not far off in which the note to aid iu converting the heathen Hlatchfords would receive the reward no stranger would have suspected what of their acts and be blessed according her heart really was and no one would to their deserts It was coming as have thought but an hour before she surely as just retribution ever comes to had ruthlessly despoiled a poor woman thosouAvho make a way for it And of a crust Of bread from her fathers that reward would not be in accordance table with Uev Whcedlers prayer and IUatehford might have given his wishes but in accordance with Gods daughter aid had he known her condi Â¬ unerring law of right tion but his ignorance of that was no The meeting of the Christian Aid excuse lie leuow very well that there Society at last adjourned smilingly was general suffering in Kansas that mem- Â¬ with its year ami he knew that John Green was satisfied about towork and thoIMatch Â¬ bers were depart from poor and ill conditioned to withstand forda parlors for their various homes such a long siege of hard times Reason when it was discovered that Sister and common sense would have taught Gooding who was then present had him that his daughter was in need yet not subscribed to tho aid fund Rev ho did not fool sufficient interest in her Whcedler promptly called tho at- Â¬ wolfaro to make any effort to discover tention of the members to this fact by her whereabouts He novor mentioned saying her name and if ho over thought of her Here Is an important omission in our no one knew it Indeed to outward good work Sister Goodings namo is observation It seemed apparent that no not on our list of givors at all This thought of her over entered his mind must not be and tho sister must sub-Â¬ and that ho was satisfied with his devo Â¬ scribe Sister Gooding you havo un Â¬ tions to the Spieklcr family doubtedly been overlooked You aro Like his wife he was an active mem Â¬ ono of our most liberal members and ber of Whcedlers church Ho attended yourhand has eve- - been in good works tho Sunday services regularly and dozed Come how much shall I put down to through thu tedious sermon He gave your credit more than any other to tho ministers Nothing thank you replied a palo salary He bought an organ for tho frail earnest little lady of middle ago church and hired an organist In short I have concluded not to give anything he was always ready with his money to to this fund second any suggestion Uev Whcedler Rev Whcedler ami a the others saw fit to offer Asa natural consequence vwero completely nonplussed by this un Â¬ ho became the most prominent member expected reply Sister Gooding had al- Â¬ of the congregation at least in Brother ways been a liberal giver of timo and Whecdlors estimation Hrother Wheed money to all church work and lcr loved a cheerful giver especially this was the first occasion she had when tho gifts were coming to himself ever been known to refuse to On the very day that Jolm Green subscribe to any kind of church mortgaged all his earthly possessions fund Rev Whcedler and tho others to Mills for a pitiful sum of money with wore at first inclined to doubt tholr which to buy bread tho Christian Aid ears and felt that thoy surely could Society of Rev Whcedlers church not have heard aright but finally they hold a meeting In Hrother Rlatchforda wero convinced of tho reality of tho parlors tho object of which was to finan- Â¬ sisters words and Rev Whcedler said cially further tho work of converting iu great surprise the heathen iu foreign lands Rev Sister Gooding you surely do not Whcedler was there as were also all mean that loumust not mean it I I nm at a loss to understand you tho leading members of tho congrega- Â¬ I do mean it Hrothor Whcedler sho tion Sister Ulatchford had of course taken euro that preparations suited to said in her calm quiet way and I will tho occasion wero made and a nlco explain why I am a firm believer In tho luncheon was duly spread Hrothor church and in its influence for good nnd IUatehford was there to beg and outrent I havo always attempted to advance its overyono to partake unsparingly of his cause I have made an effort to glvo something toward furthering ovory generous bounty If tho world had more such good good work and I would do tho samo Christians as Hrother and Sister IUateh- Â¬ to day In this offort yon aro malting did ford remarked Rev Whcedler during I not fool that there is another purpose the to which I can devoto my small means tho enjoyment of tho luncheon church would bo better off and itscauso more conscientiously In tho west greatly advanced Such mombors aro there are thousands of pcoplo suffering tho shining lights of our faith and for bread and I conceivo it my duty to their prayers and tholr gifts are tho glvo to them what I havo to spare means of great good in the saving of Charity it Is said begins at Jiome and I think charity aud Christian duty are lost souls Indeed yov are right Brother not far separated I believe It our duty Â¬ SCHOOL AND CHURCH feed tho hungry aud Out of J700 Congregational mini clotho tho naked ami mice care of the This is my opinion and tors hi England and Wales at least j heathen next I do not sot it up as a guidance to others 800 arc abstainers of 301 students 3o 1 1 merely propose to follow It myself are abstainers In 188 there were in thi and the little I have to give shall go toward alleviating the sufferings of the States forty three public schools for the starving settlers on the western pral ueai in which tnero were oGuo pupils ries 11 iiilsu iw wurv in j oimsyivauia This proved a very bomb to the meet The following notlco is posted ing The smile of self sattsfection iet the door of a fashionable place ofupon wor on every face gave way to u look of ship in London You are requested to astonishment and the members looked kneel at tho more solemn parts of inquiringly at each other Hut on no sendee Kneelers aro hung on the one did it have such effect as upon Irons down each side of the church tho Ulatchford Instantly he remembered The site for the proposed that many of those poor settlors wcro cathedral at Washington has Episcopal been rq suffering from the effects of his long lected It covers fourteen and a half timo and easy term loans and his acres of land just the city dwindling boom scherao at Paradise Its is estimated asnorth of SJOOOOO lim worth anj con Â¬ Park and for a little while his is a donation from Francis G Newlands science pricked him A thought of his H P Waggaman daughter too Hashed through his mind and - The Russian state council has de and for an instant he wondered if she might not be one of those who were cided that all Protestant pastors must starving one whowas ground down by in the future pass an examination in the another even as hundreds were ground Russian language and from May He never dreamed that lSi J only the Russian language shall down by him be used in the Protestant pulpits of the she could bo one of his own victims German Raltio provinces He began to feel a sense of shame and In Reykjavik the capital of remote dread and even a slight twinge of re- Â¬ gret but the ever alert Sarah saw how Iceland a charitable lady has erected his mind was drifting and thought fit on her own land a high school for Ie land girls Needing more funds for to recall it which sho did by saying The poor we have always with us teachers salaries books etc than her Sister Gooding and Im stye we are all private income would cover she lias ever willing to aid tho needy Hut what sold lier family jewels many of them are the wants of the body as compared heirlooms seven hundred years old in order to obtain money for her enter to took first after tho suffering of our wn land to I uni 1 fro am 1 Â¬ -- Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Kdinburg lyiiversity was a college commenced by the town council of Edinburgh in 15SI for which Queen Mary had given the site of ancient religious houses and Robert Vv Keid bishon of Orkney the fundi in 155S In 1582 the university was char tered by lames VI afterwards lames 1 of England The first principal was appointed in lHi The foundation iii ciiviiiitv nouAits to make my stone of the new buildings was laid by WOKD GOOD Francis Lord Napier grand master of the masons of Scotland November 15 with Uie wclfaie of the immortal soul Resides there are public charities for 17S Gen Hooth has nominated his the poor of our own land and tho govdaughter La Marechale Hooth to suc- Â¬ ernment will see that nobody starves We must not let trifles like this in ceed himself in command of the Salva tion Army In so doing he passes over fluence us from our dutv as Christians We aro engaged in a good work nnd we Liout Gcn Hramwell Hooth who nat- Â¬ urally expected to succeed Hooth some must not turn aside from it day The general gives his reasons So be it Sister IUatehford said Rev Women aro tho best You speak with the spirit very briefly Whcedler vnxi refer tn tlm and the understanding We aro fishers rulers he savs capacity shown on several occasions by Aj for souls and not feeders of tho body ueeii victoria you win hjjtcu twin Wo havo a higher and a mightier mis sion than that of catering to the appotito me that she acted while her advisers of the physical man Our duty calls ua were seeking how to act I am ar ranging that the work of saving human above sueh After a little further conversation of souls may go on after my death All this kind in which each tried to con- Â¬ title deeds will be transferred to mjr vince himself or herself that he or she daughters name was walking in tho narrow way THE GLACIAL PERIOD the meeting at last broke up and Ulatchford and his wife were left alone A Now Throry to Arc omit for tho flroat in the parlor where for some time they Ico DftiiKV remained silent Finally Ulatchford He fore the Technical society of the spoko He said Pacific coast San Francisco Marsdcn The words of that woman havo dis Mauson engineer- of tho harbor comturbed me Sarah and I feel that I am mission lately advanced a theory to to a great extent responsible for the account for the formation of tho glacial sufferings of many of those poor pco- period plo out there in Kansas I might have As a basis for his theory ho laid down boon more lenient with them and this genernl law as he called it A ter-Â¬ saved them tho loss of so much money restrial sphere in passing from under in that Paradise Park boom Suppose the influence of interplanetary heat to Mary should be suffering at some other the influence of solar heat must ex- Â¬ persons hands what mj victims arc perience a glacial period because of suffering at mine tho remarkable properties under differ-Â¬ Now Hiram said Sarah that is ent degrees of heat and cold possessed just your way You allow your heart by water and feelings to accuse you of sonic Tho earth was once a ball of fire As gi eatf wrcig when you know you aro it began to cool a crust formed and the not guilty of any As a business man air around the earth began to be cooled you havo only done what you ought to This caused the aqueous vapor in the do and ycu havo boon a benefactor to air to form water Rut tho internal those poor people You havo lot them heat of tho planet was still intense and havo money when thej could not have an immense radiation of heat and a corgotton it anywhere else and that was a responding condensation of vapor arisgreat accommodation Im sure You ing from the seas went on constantly aro uot responsible for the seasons and Solar heat had not yet penetrated the failures of crops and all that and tho cold atmosphere botween tho you have no right to let your generous sun and the earth As tho heat of tho heart aecuso yon You aro too con- Â¬ earth decreased tho condensation of scientious Hiram for a business man vapor surrounding the earth as fog and that you are cloud increased until layer after layer These words had the effect on Hiram of condensed vapor surrounded the that tho wily Sarah knew thoy would planet Successive Ico shells wcro and instantly ho began to feel quite formed nearer the earth and finally fond of himself and would have liked to shrunk down to Then the glacial hug himself to his own bosom Ho period was on the it earth Hut tho heat chirked up at once aud thought that he of tho planet now ceasing to affect its had really rendered thoso poor unfortu- crut there was no more vaporizing nate victims of his a great and lasting iroing on All was ico and snow the service by loaning them raonoy at a rate mists and vapors were cleared away oi interest tney coum never pay Rheu the sun had a good chance and It As for your daughter continued waj not long before his rays pierced Sarah when sbo wants your aid or throojrli tho ether to tho ice bound sympathy evci sho will lot you know earth The ice began to melt and tho Rcmcmler sho wont away from you of glacial period began to decline When her own accord and It is wrong for you it was over the earths crust had passed to grieve your honest soul on her uv under tho Influence of Bolar heat and count You havo performed u glorious the seasons began Scientific Amerb part toward tho church to day II Irani cau and you must not lot the happiness fob Xccciinrjr Irotectlon lowing that deed bo clouded by such First Little Uoy I thort you saldyoa foolish regrets lived in a flat And he did not for any great while Second Little Hoy Wo does tenth TO nK CONTINUED story Haw to Stop a Hiccough Wot do you folks want wif a great A Yory good authority gives as a 1 017 big bullaog like that of you Uvo In a simple remedy for hiccough a lump tenth story flat sugar saturated with vinegar In t We has to havo him Mamma al cases tried ax an experiment it stopj m ways takes hltn along whon she wants luccoatfh in nine Good News to talk to the janitor r mmMftiu m K Ul I1 r k As rri lfTi tkv 1 prise According to the school statistics nf Finland there aro this year l20t pupils n attending tlie male schools and 107 the female schools The population of Finland is J0OO00 of which 200000 are Swedes with a small admixture of other nationalities To judge by tho languages which the school children speak the proportion of education is very unequally divided between the native Finns and their Swedish neigh bors Â¬ r r jfiJk fzS Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ d Â¬ lit- 1 win cwt J otJOso United HOME HINTS AND HELPS for tho PupR nia I upon t VOf stcato the 1 i Potato Puff Mix n pint of mnMiud potatoes cold Ih just as jjood if rec from lumps with u half cup of cream and the well foenton yolk of au egg salt to taste and beat till smooth lastly 6llr In tho white of the egtf beaten to a Pile up in a rocky form in stiff froth tin dish and Imkc in a quick a bright ovcu until heated throughout and light Serve at once ly browned Jood th0 Health opal fi- - half 7 lim and lands Iigcon Compote Truss six young pigeons as for boiling and till their craws with forcemeat lard them down the breasts and fry them brown in but- Â¬ ler then put them intoustewpan with a ufflcicnt quantity of good gravy nd when they have stewed three quartern of an hour thicken it with a pioee of butter rolled in Hour serve with the pravy strained over them and garnish them with forcemeat balls lloston Herald A 1 handsome laundry bag may bo ninde of a heavy damask towel with a me uu it bny ii u1 1uiiiwi i pieces of iowci in two and sew on turkey red three eighths of a yard long to eiich loin these at the sides for a biur half and make a hem at the top wide enough to run in a red ribbon two inches wide The fringe ends at the bottom in i fastened together with herring bone tcr I stitch in red silk which may continue I all around the sides Chicken on Toast If the sof A left pilst rover is scanty siipplementit with half I I Tho Iridic There is nothing that may N Y Tmies The pleasant oflect nnd porfect safety Hont men arc tliu most easily rattled with which ladies may use tho California not happen to a thin baby One hears of tonics for the nerves WtiY Is an editor a moral mnn I Hccnuso liquid laxative Syrup or Figs under all con- Â¬ ditions makes it their favorite remedy To tonics for the digestion and hair tonics he always docs write There is nothing that may get tho truo and genuine article look for in plenty but it is only recently that tho name of the California Fig Syrup Co Tun good cook should bo given a wide we heard of a tonic for the skin not a not happen to a man who is printed near the bottom of tho package range cosmetic in any sense of the word but losing his healthy weight a tonic pure and simple which it is What a red head that fellow has LrThltn scoff at influenza who never felt Yep I 1 guess molancholy must have Its grip Pittsburgh Post claimed helps the circulation makes We say they are poor marked him for her roan- - Puck the flesh hard and smooth and is a A Boston procession is a moving spec They are poorer than we at great preventive of wrinkles This is tacle ningiuuutou ucpuuitcan Foil Thiiovt DistvsE9 and Couoihs uso Bkowns Hhostuim Tuociirs Uko ull the formula Two ounces of spirits of first suspect really gtud things Much dolnt is not ammonia two ounces of spirits of cam- doing Hams Horn so Important as well genuine art tM only they are imitated The in hom Do you want almost all phor one cupful of sua salt two cup fuls of alcohol Two of a trade mn never agree WorkPut all in a quart bot Somkthixc that should bo looked Into that is known of the value of men cnajt ovon roll barrels of flour without Washington Star tle and fill up with boiling water a microscope a little killing out shake before using If the face neck plumpness told in a way to A tvoonrx dog kennel should bo built with and arms are rubbed with this lotion tho bark on and bo lighted by a bay win Cuun your cough with tlalos noncy of commend to you liv- Â¬ Horehouud and Tar daily and then dried they say the effect dow Plltott Toothache Drops Cure in ono minute is very rejuvenating X Y Tribune If nobody had a hobby tho world would ing and Scotts Emulsion of Bakewell Pudding Line a deep soon stop moving Hauiu Horn still with Is vour innlher-iu-hiWool cod liver oil if you need it pie plate or soup plate with rich pastry Vanrelt No stll ngiu iim N DucssMAKiXG establishments want meas- youl Y Herald upon it a thick layer of ures but not men N O Picayune and spread A book on it free stawberry preserves Over this sprin Take Boeehams la Ton blood poor It will requlro moro than ScorrBowNr Cli miu ija South 3th Avemis kle two tablespoon fuls of finely make a man ol tho average nine tailors to PUls Is jour liver out of order Ihc dude Texas Hew York Boeehams Pills J5 cents u box chopped blanched almonds and one Sifting Vour druggist keep Scotts Emuliion of cod liver ell all drugguu everywhere do ft half ounce of candied lemon peel cut OrNirs may bo swift but pnticnoo has the No man can look at tho stars without t6 into fine shreds Melt one fourth of a wanting to llvo loiever HamB Horn surest trot - Hanis Horn pound of butter and mix it with one Tun greatest blockhead is tho ono whose half of a pound of sugar Add the yolks of four eggs and whites of two mistakes never teach him anything Hams Horn beaten together and a few drops of Tar slugger makes money hand over fist My little pirl suffered for three years from a large Absces on her hip the result of a essence of bitter almond After beat Â¬ Galveston News fall nnd dislocation The Absccxs was large villi six openings nil of which discharged ing well together pour over the pre was induced by friends time the fifth Itottle S serves and hake in a moderate oven It Bcems a paradox but tho closo fellow puss I the Abcci was entirely to give her StheSchild nnd by the and happy Mrs J was A healed and finished was well When eold sift powdered sugar over eldom gets tight Hlnghamton Republican WlFGNER Slattngton Pa is to be eaten the top The pudding A cycle nnd a cigarette and tho small X Y Independent cold with cream I had three little girls who were attacked with obstinate JEJOEjEUvCA or Wood Louisvillo Courier J our bov is in heaven Â¬ n pound of eal cutlet nicely broiled cut all in dice simmer for a few mo Â¬ ments in enough stock flavored with anchovy sauce to barely cover add a little butter pepper and salt thicken slightly with cornstarch or Hour Have ready on the platter a square of nice toast and some extra for each person take the bits of meats out with a spoon and put sufficient on each bit of toast pour the gravy over and serve Manager at the Dime Whats the STUnrNT in beer tavern Wunta hiolcy Atmatter with the bridge jumper tendant He stepped off the platform creature your dog is likes water Fllo gende Hlnetter and broke his ankle Minneapolis Â¬ Mrs Henry Plinlimmon Slowgo Mag- Â¬ azine Then she threw it into the waste basket You should have addressed it to Mrs Henry Jane Hawkins Plinlimmon She doesn t recognize her husband since she became an editor lias over done ami ooiu pnysieiuns ami pntlents f reel v concede this fact Tho moro Brooklyn Eagle distressing symptoms nuickly yiold to it Â¬ tator I dont It Is a Way They Have understand why Mrs Plinlimmon doesnt accept my manuscript or else How did you address it return it PEACOCKS AND TURKEYS Their Merit Compared From the Stand Â¬ point of an Kplcurc What ronstswan is to roast goose Buch is roast peacock to roast turkey Mnuy owners of country houses who keep peacocks and let them run wild and nest in their woods and shrubber- Â¬ ies take little trouble either to fatten or cook tho pea chicks If they did they would perhaps take more pains to rear tlieso birds for the table Tho meat is very white and of exceedingly fine and close grain and has tho truo gamo flavor with none of tho string ness of the common turkey The American wild turkey is however an even finer bin for tho table than tho peacock Those which appear in tho poulterers shops of London generally arrive in such bad condition from care less packing and refrigerating that they are inferior to the domestic bird But when allowed to run wild and nest in English woods as is done on some estates on its merits and apart from any tricks of coolcery it is perhaps tho very best land bird that is available for fowl The game llavor is not loo pronounced but gives a chnracter to the whole which is altogether absent in the tamo black turkeys of the farm yard Sp ec- Â¬ ITowa This offer Ono Hundred Dollars Reward or any easo of Catarrh that can not bl cured by Halls Catarrh Cure P J Cubvbt te Co Props Toledo O Wo tho undersigned liavo known F J Cheney for tho last 1 years nnd beliovo Idtn perfectly honorable In all business transactions and financially ablo to carry out any obligations mado by their firm West Truax Wholesalo Drugglsta To Wnldlng Klnnnn fc Marvin Whilcsalo Druggists Toledo Ohio Halls Catarrh Cure- is taken Internally noting directly upon tho blood nnd muoous surfaces of tho system Price 75o ier bottle Sold by ull druggists Testimonial free TYo l0 - nffTV COPYRIGHT JB3I Â¬ rAA Ward Iron and burn off hrtiN iMaDtfrtWaBd ths conwmtriuva or gteM package win arery purcaM Uia wjttJ Intare lbs aSIIuS Ir Mtta diseaso by removing tho causu of it Its with tho liver or tho blood nino for nnv I times out of ten A sluggish liver LADIE3 makoB bad blood and uad blood O50 The Only Ono liver rrlntml Cmi Vou rind ant irr makes trouble Dr Piorooa Gold- Â¬ tho Word FQR BOY There fs a 3 inch dlsplav advertisement en Medical Discovery makes pure 25as225 in this paner this week which has no two 17K 2nn a I 9 w It invigorates tho liver and words alike except ono word Tho sanio is blood iron truo of each new one appearing each week kidneys rouses ovcry organ into io from Tho Dr Harter Jledlclno Co Tills healthful action and oleanscs and rjt hoiiBo places a Crescellt on overvthlng they make and publish Look for It send renews tho whole system Through them the ninno of tho word and they will tho blood it cures For Dyspepsia return you book beautiful lithographs or Indigestion Biliousness Scrofulous aamplcs free GCNtfrvcN Skin and Scalp Diseases ovon THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEYP A maxs ebnrncter is like n photographic or Lung scrofula in flENTLKMlN nnd TADIKS inro yourdol- nogatlvo It is a blank until lthns been Consumption its earlier stages its a certain Ian b wearing W L Dougla ghoei Tlity subjected to the chemistry of circumstances meet the want of all clatirt and ire the noH Washington Star remedy economical foot wear ercrofltTvd fa tho nionuy llcware of dealers who offer other makei ai ba Nothing elso is just as good InR Juit m good and be uro you liaro W L Tnn nrST medical writer lalm thnt tho could bo Douglas Shoct wlthnatno nnd price tamped oh jtiRt as good successful remedy for nal catarrh must Anything W L be non irritating easy or application mid sold just ns this is Its tho only bottom TAKBDouglas llrockton Man JtJ EB NO HtlIBTITUTK reacli all blood purilier ono that will by its own notion thats guaranteed to Insist on local advertised dealers supplying -- o tho remote wires and ulcerated surfaces Tho history of tho offorts to treat catarrh benefit or cure in ovcry easo or tho during tho past few years obliges us toad money is refunded nut that only one remedy has i onipletely met these conditions and that Is lilys Cream Halm This sure and pleasant rem Tho catarrh that isnt cured costs edy winch is to bo found at nnv drug THE storo has mastered catarrh as nothing else 500 Not to you but to tho pro- Â¬ St ONLY TRUE pen missives to your best girl on postal cards Sho may have a KUBiilcion thnt you do not enro two cents for her Union County Standard Dont of MA TMp db9 W L DOUGLAS 33 SHOE -- prietors of Dr Sagos Catarrh Remedy Thoy promiso to pay you tho money if yon havo an incurablo case one Â¬ r They dont bolievo that you havo Journal m TONIC IRON roso bloom on cliookitjeautlilcs Complexion All gcuulno roods besr Hold orerrwhere MretcenU bend usJcuutslainp Ior3pge pamphlet OR HARTER MRMOIMR CO St Louli Mo Will purify I1LOOD regulate KIUNKYM remote JUTVKII dlsordor inillil at rcnittii renew apiicinc rcaioro neaiiu ami alitor ol youth Dyniieixlit luuigctuon iiianiriti ieei luialnoluiely oradtcatod anna iirignicuoti nraia power uioron uu bones nerves mm cles rccelre now force -urferlng from complaint 1 cullartothclrsexuslnKltUml w r tlnhirn nlM Â¬ Â¬ TRACTION AND PORTABLE RUMELY Ot Â¬ careful mmThrcshcrs and Horse Powers M -- NGiNES rnii w m FOR THE CHILDREN COCOA LABELLED EPPSS QRATEPUL COMFORTINQ 12 LB TINS ONLY mailed Free WrltoforllliistratiilCataloiiuo LA PORTE IND tiu rAMtTiii BOILINQ WATER OR MILK RUMELY CO Â¬ will Im paid to U10 nccnt of nny Rculc company who wlllsny over lila own niiiuou iiKunttlmt tho Jonks 50Q REWARD WAGON SCALE BlngliaiDton IYY nnl HEARTY A BREAKFASTS MrsiCAi conductors beat their wav through tho world by Hcorcs Plttaburgh Motlu r Who ltdlcviK Hint the Mornliij MmiI Should H the IrinHimt Our Our food is taken at the wrong time and too hastily The morning is the time for our principal meal not the evening Some years ago during the session of our annual conference I was He one day the guest of a physician You will live to be remarked to me one hundred years old if no accident Why do vou think so befalls you I asked Hecauso I notice that your principal meal is your breakfast rise from my nights This is true repose hungry and it is the only time in the day when I have that sensation Hut the reader will say I have I will tell no appetite in the morning you why You rise in the morning quickly dress yourself drop down at the table swallow in haste a up of coffee hurriedly eat a hot roll seize I your hat and rush to the cars or your place of business drive through your L morning work run into u restaurant i swallow something that an alligator would find it diflleult to digest go back f i to your study counting room or mart f of trade where you are driven by the press and perplexities of business or f f study until five oYlodk when you has- ften home faint and exhausted and sit down to your six o eloel dinner The same habit ol hurry clings to you at this meal and yon bolt a mass of hot meats and the usual etceteras nnd go to bed to toss and turn and Your di wrestle with horrid shape condition to gestive organs are in no receive tliat mess of mutter The busi Â¬ ness the planning the brain work of the day has driven the blood to the brain and lungs thus cheeking the now of the gaslrie dissolvents and now i nil night luHtead of qule rest nuturu has been at work to remove that half digested mass of material from tho f fctouineh Do you wonder that you liavo no appetite in the morning Now the stomach ns well as other 1 organs cuIIb for seasons of rest and re ft cuperation or it will full In Its func tional duties Would you have length of days Change all thia Christiau Advocuto 1 f Â¬ Â¬ Dispatch to tell a nrett girl to reflect II or mirror doe that with eutue sittfao It is useless rtu Trouble which at lirt resembled heat but soon grew to yellow blisters some of them quite lrrgc One of the children died from the effects of it but we got Swifts Specific nnd gave The to the other two nnd they soon got well S S S forced out the poison promptly cure was wonderful J D RAINS Marthavillt Iu S S S has p equal for Children It relieves the lystern promptly and assists nature in developing the childs health Our Treatise mailed free SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY Atlanta Ga not equal In nny tnuile nnd n stnndani rollublo icalc Kir purtluiilwru nudruan only Ik 5 TON 60 Jones of Bingharaton ASTHMA CURED ASTHMA CORE ci Here is something from Mr Frank A Hale proprietor of the De Witt House Lewiston and the Tontine Hotel Brunswick Me Hotel men meet the world as it comes and goes and are not slow in sizing people and things up for what they are GO TO worth He says that he has lost a sisfather and several brothers and AND THE SOUTH ters from Pulmonary Consumption and is himself frequently troubled aud epcudtlielVlutcrlii with colds and he Hereditary often coughs enough lovely to make him sick at Syrup erman ESHI PIANOS 1 X3iuax NAIIKTIIIS H matter liow luuir ntnnilltitf DR BAXILTOfl Kl Inl ui rcliof ami mrr lill iiill not ttnimir or Iluuld In ennlljr used and 1rlo- when n rTerliijly irunratilrrdtufure 1 100 milruifll- - rir by mall 8 bote Alir4 No oo miiiiu1 Hnf ltirlU ud n y Wo send pianos on approval return Â¬ able if unsatisfactory railway froight both ways at our expense Distanoo even thousands of miles makos no difference- With our patont soft stop tho piano wears less and lasts longer also is jt fc BfctTHdr renaeroa practically noiseless wnon ae FLHk J SSiffl35sCBpP Birod for practising Wo take old pianoB as part nay balanco to suit reasonable convonienoo Catalogue oto free Writo nut einbruUery with silk to sephyr Clrculart and tsrtn airtuil- - free Machlno colorcl pat n iwi tru book inllion unit urn taranlss of work ratftl3tfurnrlcllildlicetlunii ota all by 10 Batlafiictloii iruaranlord or money rs mall fur ruiirtril K UIIHM Si CO Tolvdu Ihlu rP rtKr Ht ml Oar Tri r to Needle Imbrolilrrlng MsihlM inakai ruirs wiih yarn ue or im Patents Pensions Btrillorllri tor IKMIlllN OTARKELt PATRICK S 1A orliiveiilnradulileuillowtuOlilalnatatffnt Tills rrRm rbMMrli 1111 NTV lAW WABIIINOTON D 0 Ivers Pond Piano Co Boston yL J y5W to ao lbs per mouth Iry liurmlass lisrbal JromoHe Koliirtlnnotnconnlonoe and iiob4oTlHlrlctlircontldrntlal 1 FLORIDA jMfe FARES V Â¬ The Celebrated Vestlbuled Tralna JUf fHl In service between Cincinnati flit Inilf MfiiiwIIlM Mtlil Hi Alliens tint by ttie Vjvm TenneMro VlrKiiil rlor tUeortfU lUllway liave no iiiit 11 M rue cou lil u In ttie world Malt Cam Koulhrrii lUprew far- lUffKtiu Cars Da Cotilie and 1ull DiHii Drawing Iloom Hleeilii Tlekem for -- ale at all Ilallroad Offices II W aWFJlKTntHlloVlcke - am a tins rarru n i Thaatro llldg Chicago lO Wa Want Nam ami Address of Evtry CURED TO STAY CURED HHareleHifMIIB Summery Inilioliiliiil vw ever he has taken a cold of this kind he uses lioscliees German Syrup and it cures him every time Here is a man who knows the full danger of lung troubles and would therefore be most particular as to the medicine he used I Listen What is his opinion German use nothing but Boschees Syrup and have advised I presume Â¬ more than a hundred different persons to take it They agree with me that it is the best cough syrup rorl-ft- 1U uv MM Â¬ -- Consumptions stomach WIlKNNOcnl PaMcniccr Agt KNOXVJLLK TKNN Htntc ojrAMa mil AM A abthmalinb futmwe HI mall pTl wUnClfBOTTLa COCtH a etu 01 TAf T aihj tattb iMt M -- A8THMATID UrfALONY THE arMAHiTHurirutxwrUM K 1 H C3IICHItTNTr KfcK rMt W V IK When- Â¬ DONALD KENNEDY Of Roxbury Mass- - Says Hlrenco cam cured bf mjr Meillcnl ll cov ono of cry come to ruu ovory 1ujr Huro l GOLD MBDAL PARIS 107a FIMF I ST BERNARDS H W 1IAKEII PjkjvPJk COS Breakfast Cocoa from which tho eicrss of oil bus been rernortd all thotoJ dont nif Medical Dl covcry oiiretho Hlddun Ilolion know unloM It tukei hold or that uiakui oil Humor I luralrlllllnilnon ml tlio Jrlp Now now don 1 ifablt Curd In 1 UllUHIoRJBTCPHENSLebanonOhl dm y MJJts ruu raraa nfc a liAllMUkrH1iblil Iaw frt aEalCinMC rreamMyiiarierliice Ulmrorla rLHdlUn A MIR V C 11mL II 9 W IKORSlirK jrtAMKTUisrAriactMf fllllllUMurnlilnn iuimiu WuuoiulBe rW7- -MIch J iibtolulely pure unit w AMt WtklUa TumrarsHfu MrMwra VinoiviA CtTV KsrADA Sept 9th mi noiwUl Kmntily Onr Mr 1 will itato my cao to you About nlno yoar ago lwa paralyiodln tna no roller my loft attlu and tho bot doctor lor two roan and I wn- - ndvlsod to try your IllsJ In a fuw covery which did lt duty andronryearamontln ago I be waroitored to health About came blind In my left oyo by a tpoued cataract Lat March t wn Uikon wlti lKlrlpKj and was ko NotdChemicals In Us preparation It arou Kj t 1 it it toluble Ill I DTI I DC nllsT I UnC PI MI7ITXIT oraXB br Ur1oV iuittClnclnnilo Â¬ 1 tSSMM Or Balls Cough Sim SWrv eonnnod to my bud for throo uionttu -- At tho end or truck we that limn as In tin Mart lHm It inej -- o 1 that ot a your JIUcovcry was tho tltliut for bottlo ondbeforoltwahaironolwaablo my logo eyes to my work In tho nilno Now In regard to ago my a I Imt my loft oyo on I about x months orer tho ots rliht lyo became affctod with black omo twenty of -tint at did tho 1left oyoierlmpsyour IHsoovery Uotn -- but ilnco haro been using they all left my right eye but onoi and thank God Onee moro waking Its thebrhthtllifht of bearoii Is am wonderfully miod- oyo 1 appcaranco In my IshVd at It an J thank Ool UlXKVtUlT Vottrs truly ttcuvcry -- m U la slreDgtbtalng xaatLT ntaMTEO and admlrablr odaptad for fnvallda at well as for persons In health Hold by frorers ererjwliw W BAKEU 9c CO BorohMUr Maw lahtrjcr wu lum centarup iii III1 has mor than thret timet tht ttrevglS of Cocoa mixed with Blarch Arrowroot or Sugar and Is thcreforo far more eco noralcal cottlng lut than on IllsdePclousnour M CoBiUBPptlon It J tkoBaaads K luncs jl wliohavs weak lisos or Asia H Cure for nmsBOuMBse beasHaafitUca and people teas VM t J ANK ft bas not Injur Ills t Wad to edone Uesteenihsynjj take u Is the Bold eyerywasre w cared B J qalltefMOiv ir naae iTTtutiMniUjiAii k tM A4t4 Irtiihteokirs wiir Imi - Hllk Mil n lMl terry II J S pis II lmarie1US tUVk Mf Uat fi MN MMlia WMKX WKIT1H atototkai je T AVVUtTIMKiU PLKMl esve AswaHsseeaeal U m Hams Horn Philosophy The right kind of n tlniilc ndver hurts n prayer meeting If you act up for a growler you can nl wnv8 bo hmy Tho only Minn thatOod cannot forgive aro thoso you dm ire to kcop There is no miusion in heaven for tho I man who n mean to his wife Every time you look at a sin it scema to become a little better looking Thero Isnt a bit of religion in making a boy do a mans work with a dull hoe People who blow their own horns do not always ftirniwh good music for other people It is only when a man gets where he litis nothing to be proud of that the devil leaves him Tho religion that is noisy in church is sometimes very quiet in places where it is more needed A man with only one coat never has to lie awake and worry for fear it will be come moth eaten Praying to the congregation may sound very nice but never attracts any attention in heaven It is a step toward heaven to find out that we are made of the same kind of clay as other people Â¬ Â¬ partner of the firm of F J Chunky Co doing business in the City of Toledo county and State afore said and that Hlid firm will ptiv the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every ease of Catauiui that cannot be cured by the use of Hailh Catauiui CntK FKANK J CHENEY is tho senior Statk or Ohio City of Tolkio j Luoah County Fuank J Jiikxky makes oath that he Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this Stli day of December A D 18Si A W Glkason x - Notary Public Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mu cous surface of the system Send fur testimonials free F J CHENEY A CO Props Toledo Sold by druggists 7f cents 1 Â¬ 0 Trim to tliu Ltittor There are some people in this town as in every other town who heinjr them selves destitute of fancy and feeling and culture are unwilling to admit that oth ers who have grown up with them and passed through the same familiar paths of life as they may be oven moderately gifted in these regards These are the ignoramuses that exhaust their feeble vo cabulariesiu fatuous endeavor to be witty at the expense of some one whose perse Â¬ verance has made him moroaccoip lfislicd and more intelligent They are t le parasites that suckle at the teat of ca tunny With vollies of eternal babble mid clamors more unanswerable they fill the air and eke out tho expression of their implacable spleen There is no radiant star which crested fortune wears they will notsully with their foul malev olence and no gem that twinkling hangs in beautys mr they will not tarnish with their jealous scandal Hunk and nox ious low debased vicious incapable of a single bright or gentle thought and animated by a consuming ambition to wound a heart or blast a reputation Owingsville Outlook Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ cgrnpli Company to lower its rates to mat Bunker2lK Flora Wilkes pacer 210 a country Heretofore the regular rate has 6874 5414 Tom Itogcrs 220 Ac neon vH per word riiipcrintciiueiit Yearling exhibition 2Hljtf two ycardd rec First dam Sally Hamlet winner of two vear Buy Stallion foaled May 1880 hred nt Mil yesterday received notice that the old Hamlet stakes in 1875 hv Hamlet sire Ashland Park l ord three year old record 224 J 01 per word SIBKD BY HAPPY MKDIPM 400 of Loretta K 218 A V Pantllnd 220K rate would be four year old record 222 third heat Truro pacer 222 Ladv M 22l Leon Sire of Nancy Hanks 200 Maxlo Cohb213U Talking by wire to the Chilian country live year old record 220 J fourth heat l dlie C naeer 220 Norman Medium tine 22l4 Brookside Flora 220 and the Secretary six year old trial 217 Illuekliorse lol is an expensive business dams of Tlioruless 218KCvelone 223K 220 Cauille 220K Buz Medium 220l Hred at limit hiuh foaled June 15 1883 Blaines ultimatum addressed to Minister Brigadier 22l Jranby 225 Harry Medium 221 u Graceful 225f and Hum Ashland Park Egau contained over 1000 words and IMlth 222 letta 220K First Iove 222 1 4 Ernett HIItKDHY HANKER II II consequently cost nearly 2500 Malt ravers 222 V A Own brother to Lvsnnder sire of Lvsnndcr Second dam Sal dam of Coaster 220K Cap The Chilian Minister at Washington tain Clay Driftwood and gramlam of Mrst dam Mamie Ilov220tf Watt 22 W William Kciirnev received a 500 word cipher from Chili Marlowe juicer 215 by Canada Chief 221 and Lvsnndcr Chief I Mil sire ot dams of Governor 2I0 and Joe which must have cost 1200 and which First Dam Tattle Iatuhcn trial 2iSgrandnm Hooker sire Maud Maeey 217 vt Ac of Chcsnitt Wiiks 220 ly Maniliritio had it been sent in 1my other than cipher lev rlel 210 4 Fnink Clmm 9nt it Pntchcn sire of the dam ofduv Wilkes Third dam the dam of Sofe that produced form would have cost ten times that Chiirh West 227 Blanche 225K by Imp Yorkshire sire of Baehel B 228k 2loK Astral 2 18 Uosa Wilkes 218 amount also sUe dams of Mollie Wilkes 222 l p the dam of Ashland Chief sire of Black Klvira 218K Cleorn 218iK llotiri 217 Tho lino from here to Chili is almost Allie Wilkes 222 Cloud 217K list and twenty nine others it the Haen 220 1 4 West in a direct line Tho wires are used to Second dani Mamly by Stanhopes Mood Fourth dam by Woodpecker thoroughbred Wilkes 228 4 Are Galveston where the gulf cable to Vera sire of Prince 227 Vj ten miles in 2808 J Seenml dam Madam Headlcy dam of Miss Hawk sire of the dam of Almont 217K Mabel winner two vear old Kentucky The fee of Fayette Wilkes is within the and A ley Wilkes 220tf Cruz Mexico is grounded From Vera Breeders Stake 1881 and Bapidan dnni Third dam Pattie lv Downhills Vermont reach of all and lower than that of anv Cruz the wires extend directly across of Lock hurt 214 by Stanhopes Kdwin sire of the dam of Fnigmii 221 Mnmhriiin horse of equal merit in Kentucky Season Mexico to the Pacific Ocoan and thence Iorrest 851 sire of Harrv Stanhope 231 Bruce 2I0 sire of Kit turrv 218K i IOOor2iOTOIN8lKK by cable to Santiago via Panama Phil Â¬ son of Fdwln Forrest 40 sire of Billy Has Bell Wilson 223 Gills Vermont sire of adelphia Record kins 225 Champagne 230 atid the Bonner Bov 2211 ami sire of the dams of dams of So So 217 4 dam of All So Nellv Abel 22K Col Bradshaw 220 CLOUD 5195 Consumption Cured 220 Mauibriuo Dudley 210 I 22K iiimbftta 22J The King 22 ih London Out of the dam of Illack Cloud 217 Ax oin physician retired from pracOutlaw 22K IVnrl 2W his ojdame Mrs Siiinlioin In- - Mnml sire out of the dam of Wilson 2lii4 TI urd tice having had placed in his bunds by Fourth dam Jessie hv Thomas Jclicrsnn Bay horse foaled March 31 188 fillet II sire of Ladv Thorn Bred at Jle is a beautiful black with right hind Wood an East India missionary the formula of Ashland Park lord Mambrino 221 i and four others ankle white attaints 15 baud liiirli and is a a simple vegetable remedy for the speedy His sous sired Loudon 220f Pancoimt perfect horse all over having both bone and SIBKD BY ABDALLAH WFST 238H and permanent cure of Consumption sire of Patron 214 4 ami 70 oth 221 substance combined with the form and finish Sire of Wilkin 227 Bronchitis Catarrh Asthma and all characteristic of the cross he so well repreers His daughters produced Piedmont Throat and Lung A flections also a posi- Â¬ sents viz Hauibletoiiiaii sire and Mauibriuo First dam the dam of Hhiek Cloud 217 217 Director 217 sire of Direct by Pilot paeer 218 4 pacing 201 Margaret S 212J tive and radical cure for Nervous Debil- Â¬ Iatchen lam This cross staminas the very Second damWalker hike hieing the I ifci and 21 others in the 30 list ity and all Nervous Complaints after bent because public performance have de Notk Abdullah West 2583 hvMare West Allie Fourth dam by Hunts Commodore sire of monstrated its value Of lis inanv reprehaving tested its wonderful curative pow- Â¬ lirst dam Miss Coons dam of Wils n 2U1 dams of Commodore Belmontlsire of Carthe supe ior ers in thousands of cases has felt it his sentatives not one is demonstrated of Bermu by Clark Chief second dam Ohio hv da tor not one has rie Belle 2231 the same Doncaster 228 4 GeraAmerican Clay third dam brought from duty to make it known to his suffering ability to train on from year to year begin nium 2 281J Are and Mainbrunellosireof Ohio ami represented to be hi- - Itnu nV fellows Actuated by this motive and a ning with the yearling form None are betSadie Howe Tom Britton 22 Ae Bellfouuder Abdullah West died at six Fifth dam by 221 desire to relieve human suffering I will ter bred or better looking Copperbottoiu grundsire of years old He was the most promising bun of Rosalind 221 As a sire his success is assured as out of send free of charge to all who desire it and Donald 227 ecdt I ever bred eight his tirst crop two entered the list hist Notk Happy West is a rich mahoganv Â¬ this recipe in iermaii French or EngWest Cloud is a rich mahoganv bav 15 bay 15 hands 2 iiehes high and a horse of lish with full directions for preparing year as two vear olds namely Bermuda Bov hands 2 inches with black iuaueandtail elegant style with as good action as any 220 half mile track and Rosemary 223 fcj and black legs and using Sent by mail by addressing Bermuda Boy being one of the Inrgrst win extending above knees and son Happy ever as ue is a nowertu iv limit wn m - for years old iicMedium iroi in sired ami at two with stamp naming this paper W A ning two vear olds of 1801 bis lirst units be mocks could won 240 Noykh 820 Powers Block Rochester in foaled in 1880 Judged at this age no his height and has the most linisbed set of lve trotted in 230 at three years old had iii leet and legs t is possible to gt t on a horse I t been for an N Y stallion ever sired more uniform natural ot any tl 4yl lreetl As a two year old be gave which one of his ccMt gaited eolts with speed unprecedented He hind legs was injured Who Will Hiivn to So f 011 w ti i mIiiiwI fur iniiriw simisiiii iiI ISII nf have to bt thrown mit of a training TO INSllK tln iniiin-v-- to ln miiil iiu fnl h In this horse I have the utmost f The Commissioner of Internal Revenue - lIili il in 100 at the time of service and the l1N111 wrk confidence as a great sire being bv Happv is making an especially strong effort to i lows iV i i i i l Vars l lT ouii r iMiis nun ior mure proves in ioiii V11f ABmIIuiii one ol the most noted of the sons reduce the cost of collection of internal Par8tVri ntttik - l Hnmliletoiiliil mid out of a daughter of liciiiK limited thirty outside revenue by reducing the number of store ties wishing totobreed to him badmares book luiik eve iiK also i Vry no i n i i tin lriLbetter mil- csi mi- secouo iiam is ine as a tour vear old Asa tive venrohl In- wns lv keepers and guagers on duty and the their mares early i i i tio number is being cut wherever it is found first coh Loeklart with a record JII W It is my intention to stand Happv possible to relieve a man Vs n rV n-f- 214 vmn covered hr ticin iu 2030 A special agent has been sent from fU iU opiHirtunitv to farmers and lr i i Washington for this purpose and is now i Inhibition trial Oct 0 183U 22lj Il 7hv seis rcetler to secure ifie serviJes of one of the 1 n in the State He has already been in the Bay horse 15 hands 1 inches hiiih foaled is F inv own res greatest speed produeing rciresentatives in l I 1878 The handsomest sou of his May m Covington and Louisville districts with l1 wrk nr the country at a nominal price as he will br l l the result that a number of officers have great sire and the handsomest of any trot and his iinpovenient was most remarkable limited to 30 mares Parties wishing to breed tinulired in the 1nited States He repeatedly trotted halves in 110 and been laid off in those districts He will to him should apply early S1KKP I5Y iKOIHiK WILKlvS 222 am Hilly convinced he will with a seasons the great Happy Medium No other son of probably arrive in this district within the Sire of Harrv Wilkes 2Wj iuv Wilkes training trwt out of as good a in 2 20 I will let him serve dam stands at such low figure but I am next few days and his coming will doubt 215K Mike Wilkes piicer2irif Wilson twenty mares season of 1802 outside of ten determined to let thea public test his merit less result in a reduction of the officers So so 21K Wilkes217J4 Wilcox pacer 2pil f ofniv own nt INSCKASCK Money as a sire believing in the near future be will in this district Bosa The revenue boys are at 218f Wflton 210 Joe due when mare proves to be in foal be among the best in the country present on the anxious seat as it cannot se sou o num nreu y roving in oal have he Usual privileges of return be told whose head will be taken oil I have ior Hale hgh bre eolts mil 11 jes out ol producing dams by a greater number of breed sound highiv finislied trotters and promine i ires Lexington Leader v lilllll III IIIL lllllll I III- Mill j lit lirllOU lllltilMl till llfMlltl llllllfllllllll i aisacan aaiaitaa lilt I- it Imll l i rill Jll iIIPIWiil kt iiu mniuires iwuuir aiiiiriiviMi mull tin hor itirtni- - n nr ii i i inirfH v maiiou see tue Litaingue wuieii ie inul r mm From llotail Iolloii on application Marcs Kept at regular rates 111 m fK LeXingtOH Ky ASMO Mr C W Reed proprietor of the hotel Dellone Omaha one of the finest new BJ3TIX EFFECT NOV ifl 1801 -- a tgsryqrnyajrqTTtyigftwrsy and modern hotels in the west says of Chamberlains Cough Remedy We pENTUCKY CENTRAL RAILWAY THE have used it in our family for years with ONLY FOR A n nr iri dii9 aliu the most satisfactory results especially DECKER BROTHERS for our children for colds and croup It can be depended upon besides it is pleas Â¬ OLD KENTUCKY ROUTE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE ant to take and seems to be tree from FROM CENTRAL KENTUCKY chloroform and the oily substances put AND A YEARS SUBSCRIPTION TO AM POINTS into many cough mixtures 2r and f0 Newport News it Mississippi VnllevCo TO THE NORTH EAST WEST cent and 1 bottles for sale by Rose K D Swango AND SOUTHWEST asbSSSmbhsIASHLAND PARK STALLIONS FOR 1892 BERMUDA Â¬ HAITI WW 1 1 Â¬ I- - 1 r 2l 1 1 I -- 1 1 WEST 1 Â¬ 1 2li 1 Â¬ 1 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I 1 - - I ii ltuTT ii I w r1 - 1 Â¬ FAYETTE WILKES itwHUl Vrirrtyl nriv tretl I i iii Vrva ii - - ls Â¬ - - -- - 111- I - I a Q 100 IfftAUY GRAND PIANO 00toMe4M6mwt44w 006 Limited J Koxplt ImmiiimI WEEKLY ENQUIRER It Should lt Wo do not like tho arrangement of our judicial district as proposed by the Revisory Committee nor do we think iheHib stituto proposed by our contemporary tho Democrat sonic two or three weeks ago is any improvement Neither Mad ison or Bourbon is reliably Democratic and to be sandwiched in between them means that Clark county would have to be contented with olecting their candi dates to olllce Why not stay on this side of tho river Whats tho matter with Clark Montgomery and Bourbon or Clark Powell and Montgomery or a number of other combinations that look just as well on the map and would give us a better showing for our white al Â¬ ley Winchester Sun Ah Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ the same as a severe cold and requires precisely the same treatment Remain quietly at home and take Chamberlains Cough Remedy as directed for a severe cold and a prompt and eompleto recovery i suro to follow This remedy also coun teracts any tendency of la grippe to result in pneumonia Among the many thousands who have usel it during the epidemics of the pint two years wo have yet to learn of a single case that has not recovered or that has resulted in pneumo nia 25 and r0 cent bottles for sale by Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Decker Bro Grand Upright Piano Gladiator Watch and Case A heiimirc 24 lino Field Glass A Holtnan Tarallel Bible A Venice Tarlor Clock 1200 A High Grade Safety Bicycle 12500 An Elgin Watch and Bass Case 2500 A Haydock Uico Coil Spring Handy Top Il ggyr tal A Railway Watcli in 14 Karat Case 7501 ChiuiihtirhiluiiH Kyi inul Skin Ointment ALife Scholarship in Wattcrs uuu A ckktain cure for Chroniu Sore Eves Commercial College f Tetter Salt Rheum Scald Head Old A Six Octavo Champion Organ 20000 Chronic Sores Fover Sores Eczema Itch A Doublo Barrel Shot Gun 3000 Prairio Scratches Sore Nipples and Piles A Silvereno Case 7 jewel Watch 1000 It is cooling and soothing Hundreds of A High Arm Improved Sowing JIachinoBSOU cases have been cured by it ifter all other 3500 treatment had failed It is put up in 2r A 15 jewel Watch Boss Caso In Orlppo A Five Octavo Parlor Organ 15000 and 50 cent boxes For sale by Rose No lieal thy person need fear any dan Swango A Gladiator Watch Bucber Case 3000 oetOyl gerous consequences from an attack of A John C Ducbcr Watch fc Case 4000 lloli Kuril KIIIimI la grippe if properly treated It is much A Â¬ flow Brown last Thursday issued to B F French a respite till the letter part of March next on a sentence of imprison ment and r0 fine for carrying concealed a deadly weupon a pistol Mr French who is a very respectable looking gentleman is one of the Freneh Eversole mountaineers of note and the strong ease of justification made out by him per Â¬ suaded the Governor to give him addi tional time in which to prove it Capi Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A WASHINGTON PHILADELPHIA BALTIMORE NEW YORK OLD POINT THE SEA fcyiOUE And all Eastern Cities G5lU0 3000 The Direct Line to 2000 LEXINGTON LOUISVILLE 1300 ST LOUIS KANSAS CITY South and Southwest FAST LINE BETWEEN LEXING Â¬ TON AND CINCINNATI BfSrSciiKiwiK ix EkfkctNov lf 1801 Soith liorNii Covington Lexington No ft 1 No fi CH ATTA NOOG A M EM PI I IS And all Points West and Northwest and Cineinnati Kxpress 10 n in 8 18 am Fst Le KxSiin No Aeeom Daily Iaris J mM KAST HOtNI Aeeom Fast Ml Kx press Dailv Dailv Dailv je Sun jiii b 00 pin 2 SOS pin 02 pin Ar 11 18 an Spm 0 10pm 12 lOni II 10 pm 7 00pm Ie 12 Iexinuton Mt WinelieMer Ie 7 15 a in Sterling 8 --Main 8 o In in 0 OOpni 11 10am 0 4pm 12 i Winchester Itielimnnd Livingston Corhin Corhin Iaris c 11 I Vi 12 I liun pin 1 0jin t0m Ashland Catllettslinig lnntingtoniAr WKST IIOfNI 12 10pm 10 lJ L8pm 10 07pm 8 lOam 8 otlam DAILY Miildleshoroiili Ciiinlierland Jajt 4 7 I5 7 M I Oijiin ill pin tin lllnn lipm tain Ii 7 05 pm 7 If pin ofm 1J rOpin 11 7Jm 0 0am Wiltiainslmrg IeMeo IIAIIY Tc Ar pin Hiintingtoi Cattlettshurg Anliluntl Ie 0 OOanii 0 Lnni 0 1 1 tpin Robert Ford who acquired widespread KxSim notoriety by killing Jesse lames the no- bo presented to yeurly subscribers of Mt Sterling 1017am a OSpin 20pm Viliiliiwlr 11 If am ijnii torious Missouri outlaw in 1882 was the Weekly Enquirer in April 1802 Iriin Ar 12 Olpm tl 20pm 2 lim shot and killed on the 17th inst in a saEucloso ono dollnr for a years sub- Â¬ iitxiJtton loon row at Creed a new mining town scription to tho Weekly Enquirer and i IIMITCI YKSTlliriKli Tiiains rim dailv in eonneetion with Chesapeake k Ohio a short distance from Denver Colorado F Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ I And 82 other valuable premiums will fani 2 pm llpni 0 7 7 Ipm 27iun 1 Lancaster lpm Slimlord i ltiehmondTrLT 020jjn 1 1 Hopm oOpm r0in lopiii Ar r 20nn No 2 NoitTll IIOLNI Daily Kxpress No 7 I Stantord Lancaster Kichinond le Ar -- 3 Dailv 00am 7 oOami 10 No i Daily Kx Sim i t Idaho Stock Kiii iii Rose Swango Wlint Europe Costs Vh For many years past foreign travel has been very large Tho Secretary of tho Treasury estimates thatour people spend 0000000 in gold every year in foreign THE- countries Other good authority esti Â¬ mates the amount as high as 100000000 Ono hundred thousand people go to Eu rope annually and spoil 1000 each on an average The great Worlds Fair ap oilers the most complete line of goods for proaching will turn travel this way A contemporary estimate that 100000 Eu Â¬ ropeans will come here and spoud 1500 each of foreign gold Scientific Ameri- Â¬ can Our goods arc first class and our Cough Following tho Orlppc Many persons who hnvo recovered from la grippe aro now troubled with a per hiutent cough Chamberlains Cough Visitors to tho city will receive our Remedy will promptly loosen this cough best attention snd relleyo tho lungs ellbcting a perma Â¬ No 30 K lain St opp Court lipase nent cure in a very short time 25 and 60 wit bottles for sale by Rose Swango IdCXINGTON KY Â¬ Â¬ Messrs Halo Son of Independence Iowa writo Some timo ago we had a colt that hurt his hind leg so it was swol Â¬ len almost the size of your head thought he was spoiled we sent for Quinns Oint ment used one bottle and to oay he is as smooth as ever Â¬ s 3mMiJ jvlint will bo tho number of subscribers in tho five largest lists received from Nov 1 91 to March 31 12 For 6111110 term Inst winter it wns 2999 and tho wiuter before wns 1405 Tho premiums aro to bo presented to those whoso guesses are correct or nearest correct For full list see Weekly Enquirer now tho largest 12 pago dollar a year paper in the United GUESS I F V to New York dcllico Le Williamshnrg v Corhin A lianii inglon IltNTlNGTONit lions rim daily rim daily and make Cinnbd iapIe loeal stops between Lexington and limit Middleshnroiili Corhin MoitKHlCAD aeeoininoda AND IKXINli- - Fast Mail Tiiains r 0iam t 0 I 8 0 a in 8 - am Livingston LivitiLston Richmond ton it Mt IKXINttTON States daily exeept Sunday TmtotTii Sikki ino Oaks to and from Washington and New York without change CHAS L BROWN G W 1IARNFY Jen Pafcs Agent fien Agent IIXIXOTOX KY W II STFltllNO aeeomniodatioiis rim it MOIIKIIKAII Winchester Lexington Covington i ii ri f r Lei I I iiniii Le 0 0aml2 II pm I Ar OTmiiiii lpni 7 8 am 0 2 am II Of am itani Cincinnati S It S tt Ie r 7 7 Ar II 00 am ionium 00ani 2 00pm 5i am 2 17 pm i lani 2 27im jini I Hipin A 2 pm i o O iiu pin lTJmi JEWELER mmmTmm ENQUIRER COMPANY CINCINNATI O AGENTS WANTED Good Solicitors make from 200 to 800 a day during Winter Season Only iIiom willing to work ladien or gentlemen need apply ENQUIRER COMPANY Cincinnati 0 mm IlAltiisosien Agent Ahhland Kv c P Atmoiu Knoit Trallie Manater Jen Pass Agt ieneral Olliees Louisville Kv F 1 nit II MTPRICESLOW CLARENDON THE Cor Limestone and Short sts Lkxixotox Ky W II BOSWELL PnoiuuKTOit Thero lias been added an Annex with 20 largo well ventilated rooms Street Cars pass the door every live minutes Located within two sipiarc of depot Cnvonts and Trndo Mnrka obtained and all Tat- em niimnosa coiKiuciea ior Moderate Fees Our Office Is Opposite US Patent Office and wo can aocura patent In less timo than tnoao rumolo from WaahlnRton 8ond modol drawing or photo with descrip- Â¬ tion Wo Advise If nat en table or uot frco of chargo Our fco not duo till patent Is ttccurcd A Pamphlet How to Obtain ratcnts wtli nnmoa ofactual clients InyourUtato county or town sent frco Address I except Sundav No No i Olliee Clmnihcr of Coinmerce Uiiilding Cincinnati Ohio No Dailv to all points exeept Jlowlnni khimiiii Miucn it tinny except Miiniay No 2 Kims dailv evceiit Siinday fr 0111 Lexington to Cincinnati No 1 Itiins dailv No I Runs dailv from all stations ex cept the Rowland division which is daily I Moksi Asst Jen lasst Â¬ IllKtOII Dailv except Sunday Daily hetween Cineinnati and Lex- Â¬ CASNOWCO Opposite Patent Office Washington D C dailv Nos I and make connections at Win chester for points on the N N it M V K D No l irries through ears from Cincln nati to MiddlohnioiiKh and Cumberland inn and nil intermediate stations and runs