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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ifl j Tw JOIN THE OCEANS araffua Canal s vessels and a largo proportion of it pntsed around the Horn Tho Nicaragua canal by shortening tho route to Atlantic ports would not only save the producer cost of freight but the revenue of tho canal at 2 per ton toll would bo nearly 1000000 on wheat alone It is shown that there are 500000003 thousand feet of mer Â¬ chantable timber in Washington and Oregon to tlm value of which over 2 per thousand feet would be added by cheap water transportion via tho Nic Â¬ aragua canal Tho gross addition to the value would amount to the enor Â¬ mous sum of SI 000000000 even at this low estimate of 82 additional The fruit Industry of California would quadruple In two years from the open ing of tho canal for business and fast refrigerator steamers would deliver fruit from California to New York in ten days to Liverpool in fourteen days aud to New Orleans in eight days The mountains of the Pacific coast are rich in lead cooper sliver and gold while the plateaus and valleys afford a cereal belt with a soil more durable and more favorable seasons for seeding and harvesting than any part of the world and the committee thinks the comple- Â¬ tion of the Nicaragua canal is only needed to develop that country to pro Â¬ duction of gigantic proportions and double thh population of tho Pacific coast in a few years The cotton-growinsections of tho gulf states have un- Â¬ dergone a depression and the commit- Â¬ tee believes that nothing could be of Â¬ g jtnevin Flan for Bulldinar tho Nlo Uirtt of t10 Committee Appointed the Convention In St Lauln Cost of by over 1800000 tons and 80 a more percent of tho wheat was exported by raltar Cframandla position than sail ng In 1891 was Gib- Â¬ THE PROTECTION How th BUNCO f the Immense tVorkPrfllLmliia- rlr Already Accomplished committee appointed by the Na Â¬ Nicaragua Ctinul convention at meeting in St Louis June 2 and a jfc je prepare an address to tho American people giving information as to the feasibility of the Nicaragua canal and and other advantages ftg commercial the United States has just finished to The ibo preparation of such address committee is composed of John S Jones of Arkansas ex Congressmnu Converse of Ohio 11 W Millsap the wominent banker of Mississippi Capt Manchester la j F Merrytheof railroad presidentS II of flswkins teorgia Capt Ambrose Snow president of the New York board of trade jd transportation and ex Gov John 8 Pillsbury of Minnesota The address is supplementary to the resolutions ndopted by the St Louis convention which pointed out the ad Tontagcs of the canal and urged its construction ownership and control by the American people rather than the English French or any other na- Â¬ It takes the position that a tion canal joining the Atlantic and Pacific oceans should bo constructed for the most important commercial strategic and says that and patriotic reasons he subject ot sucn a canal is tue most The tional Â¬ boards The consummation of the work whoso feasibility has nlready been demonstrated Is asserted to be of far greater Importance to tho western hemisphere than the Suez canal is to the eastern It is said that no prece Â¬ dent can be cited upon which to pre- Â¬ dict tho future of American commerce when the gateway of tho Inter Occanlc canal across Nlcnragua shall bo open to It IMIKLIMINAUV WOItX ACCOMPLISHED Â¬ Â¬ Among tho beneficial results foreseen are a more practical drawing togethor of tho remote parts of tho vast domain of tho world aud a firmer cohesion of tho widely separated sections of the United States added to a stronger feeling of neighborhood and community between tho Atlantic and Pacific tea Â¬ YwWtLr jl CTDrT rLIZ IJra 1 J0K J lJ 1 jyy tTSW w A m Nnnm U -- - m NV 11 With tho duty and without the trust to control prices there can bo no protection except in tho raro Instances where tho foreign article must bo largely imported to supply tho demand trance Extensive wharves landing places and permanent buildings have aud tho market price hero must bo tlm been constructed temporary camps erected a telegraph lino made the canal cleared of timber for twenty miles and a railroad twelve miles in length constructed and equipped The biggest dredging plant In America that formerly used at Panama has been purchased and over a mile of the canal has been dredged The exclusive franchise for the steam navigation of San Juan river and Lake Nicaragua and an extensive plant for the naviga tion company have been acquired The government of Nicaragua has acknowl- Â¬ edged that tho company lias complied with the canal grant which provided that 52000000 must be expended the first year It is shown that tho amount of money spent to date on tho enter- Â¬ prise is over 0000000 The enterprise is Indorsed by the leading business men of the country and that it will be ju Â¬ diciously and economically mauuged is assured by the character of the board of directors who by the charter of the company arc accountable to tho gov- Â¬ ernment of the United States Tho secretary of the interior has tho power to make public all the details of tho corporate management thus protect Â¬ ing tho investor against misuse of his Â¬ Â¬ All surveys nnd examination of strata requiring removal have been completed The jetty has been con structed and the harbor of Grcvtown has been restored so that vessols of fourteen feet draft have an easy en- statute a quostlon of protection alone can have cither a high tariff or a low tariff without protection Wo can havo a high tariff or a low tariff with protection Whether tho tariff shall bo high or low is nccossarily a question of revenue not uecossarily of pro- Â¬ tection Protection Is robbory and rob-Â¬ bery is theft Protection requires a duty In onlor that a trust to control prices may bo formed In this country but the duty may bo low or high tho possible protection or robbory under tho trust may bo much or little Whether tho robbery is small or great overy cent taken is larceny under tho Is Wo Â¬ Â¬ Monopolist CenftfleHOS the Re-Â¬ publican Firmer It in nob a question of high tariff or low tariff before the peoplo at this election It POlNTcD PAHAGRAPH Thedomaad for republican cam palgn ludgea has dec re used to such am extent that It la thought tho Americas tin plate mills will now be able to keep up with their orders N Y World The business of the country hai not forgotten the apprehension of ttu winter of 1691 when Harrison was using evory influence to turn the moÂ¬ mentous senatorial battle Into a force bill victory Kansan City Times republicaa Some uninformed editors are still citing voters to the tariff figures of State Statistician Mr Pcello has Pcelle of Indiana made no rifport The organs will have to manufacture a new batch of crooked statistics Chicago Herald Indiana votorans havo a vivid and Indelible memory of Candidate Holds war record Their feeling against him old boys in the is such that the Ilooslcr state do not caro to nco or hoar the man who as a war correspondent willfully and maliciously mis re pre Â¬ sented them while fighting at tho front They for tho nations preservation forced him to leave camp hurriedly bo- - m The Suez canal it Is shown saves only 3000 miles around the Cape of Good Hope as against over 10000 miles saved by the Nicaragua canal and the following table shows tho number of ships passing through the net tonnage and the gross receipts of the Suez canal for six separate years 1870 1S71 1880 1KHS money Yeah ahtjt Xo tSS Xet tonnage Oromt 3 Jtrtl rtil 33tf V JOJ MB I 1M0 18J1 OVK 3Wr 83l7 HOJOOO M 4i5tiX LOW03l Jrnne rrcts 434575S aMlJ7iV I 3IMW0J0 68W3fOi fiOWJVJ 834H50 omo-s-EY- c view Q CANAL NICARAGUA rWgNVS 2 YXyMftOW 3 c 8 KOfiif or tmi NICARAGUA CANAL Mi cu w tiuii tJMtfiiHi fi- J IS i Ja 3 - kiiu Hnu4iiii w i r - r d - o ts-- rt frfcrcrvin nnffyivificr y j stJIs raXyg 1S fcjj Sr aj 3 y l al wth and prosnerit of the United tes It declares that the only feasible connected with tho welfare tics have indorsed tho project t appears that all the engineers have ced in expressmg a decided prel- penco for the Nicaragua route De o for such a canal is by way Nicaragua and points out that the vcntions of the two great political lean through Nicaragua will have to The other Win miles excavated nsist of Lake Nicaragua the San J uan frer and depressions in the surface of pe earth Lake Nicaragua will con- itute a harbor suillcietit to accommo- te tho navies and commerce of the rid It is 110 miles long 00 miles e and is 250 feet at its deepest mts Vessels entering the canal m the Atlantic ocean will sail on a el with tho ocean for 125 miles at eend of which they will be raised by e locks to the level of tho lake ir will sail along the ban luan er and tho lake on tho lake level to hit within 3 miles of the Pacific an Here thev will bo lowered oy locks to tho level of the Pacific among other reasons only 20 of the entire distance of 169 XJ ties from the Atlantic to the Pacific nse iles greater immediate advantage than the canal in relieving the depnssion and making a market for American cottou in Japan China and Corea where al- Â¬ ready the people are beginning to manufacture cotton Roods by machinery Japan imported over 7000000 pounds of American cotton in 1801 most of which was shipped from New Orleans to New York and then by rail to Vancouver and steamship to Japan Â¬ WILL INCItKASK AMKIUCAX pan petus A new coasting trade will spring up and American tonnage on tho high seas will largely increase The committee says that great trans- Â¬ atlantic powers are looking with covetous eyes toward the Nicaragua proj Â¬ ect andthat foreign governments would very cheerfully and eagerly embrace an opportunity to take advantage of the enternrlso with unlimited capital and prompt energy but it conceives it to be the patriotic ami political privilege of the United States to complete the ca Â¬ nal Tho commercial and naval su premacy of tho nation which might se cure control of tho canal demands Im pcratively that Us control should not pass away from tho people of the United routt via Canal States it Is made plain that two fleets Â¬ would bo required to block an Amer4W7 KMdSanFron Cnpu Horn 15CC0 Nicaragua where ono 6tVi5 139AY ican fleet in littnqilonjkg Capo O II 13760 10695 would be necessary elsowhore As a giul tnVr Cain Horn OHHJ 370 Â¬ 707 foothold from which to attack or de 1505 fiunilSIran 4H7 protect all tho oun i ran Luix Horn IUWU fend to threaten or wheat crop of tho Pacific coast coasts islands and adjacent seas it la COST OF THE WORK At present the coal trade of South America and the Pacific coast is monopolized by the Euglish The committee thinks that if the Nicaragua canal were opened tho Alabama and West Virginia coal would have a decided advanVage over Knglish competitors not to mention the enormous amounts of coal tho canal company itself would use At the entrance of the Suez canal last year 1 noo000 tons of coal were sold In competition with England for Pacific ocean trade the Nicaragua canal would give American commerce an ad Â¬ vantage of 2700 miles while besides the specific benefits the committee thinks great general benefits would ac Â¬ cede to the entire Mississippi valley the lake ports and the Atlantic coast Shipbuilding and the shipping interests in New England will receive a new im Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TOf f AOK Tlio committee says the cost includ- tho payment of interest during tho press of the work will be less than W000000 and the time required for completion of tho work is within years The climate of Nicaragua ealthy ind out of 1000 northern employed in constructing a rail through a swamp only two died ig a period of four months Of 200 thern engineers and bklllcd me- anics who have worked for the canal Panv for three rears not one has 1 from n Ikonstt inntdent to the ntry llv tho Nicaragua canal the Unco baved is shown by this tablo Milt via MUtt pratiit Biltretn Xlcaragti The tonnage tributary now to the Nicaragua canal and which would pass through after its opening is over 0000000 tons a year At 82 per ton tho charge made by the Suez canal this would be 812000000 in tolls The cost of operation aud maintenance is placed at less than SI 000000 and 0000 000 tons would show a net Income of DID WE HEAR ANYTHING The committee SI 1000000 per annum is confident that within Wva years the foreign cost with tho duty added income will be over 820000000 where American producers do not CONTROL WHO SHALL IIU1LI AND The committee says it is no longer a compete with foreigners to supply the question whether tho canal will be market In all other cases the trust built or not Tho only question is as creates tho protection the trust col boodle and the trust to who shall build it and who shall lects the control it when built It says it has divides tho plunder among the mem- Â¬ been informed that European syndi bers Congress pushes tho tariff button but cates have already made overtures to company but the committee trusts must do the rest thi canal The duty Imposed by congress merely believes tho United States cannot af- Â¬ ford by carelessness hesitation or cuts off foreign competition but that neglect to permit an enterprise of such is no protection to tho American promagnitude and of such far reaching ad- ducer if he has American competition vantage to pass under the control of The competition of one thousand Amer Â¬ It therefore ican firms brings tho price us low as any foreign company behooves us the address concludes the competition of ten thousand To as a nation conscious of the power wo create the American protection the wield and of the greater influence wo American competition must bo demay exert upon the destinies of this stroyed und that can be accomplished continent to perform tho duties with only through the trust Without tho out delay which wo deny othor nations trust there is no protection and no the privilege of assuming and to adopt boodle only a duty which dops not now tho best means of securing the protect When tho salt trust li broken early completion of this work whose and prices drop its protection vanishes advantages we are willing to share When the salt trust Is reformed and with tho world but whose control prices rise Its protection comes again should never be allowed to pass out of What vanishes Tho robbery of the people the collection of boodle by the our hands trust What comes again Tho rob A llHlny Iiy Miirrlnu bery of the people tho collection of It was pouring hard and a certain minlfclnr not lonir since filling one of boodle by the trust The duty Is there stops Tho duty Is tho our city pulpits settled himself for an after beforerobbery tho robbery begins again btumeniy there afternoon of bermonizing Is not in tlw duty there came a sharp ring at the bell The In protection without which protec but tho trust On opening the door a gentleman and wind lady both in ordinary apparel and tion is but a striving after duty alone is Tho protection of the much the worse for the storm stepped the sawdust of the given goods men into the hall Tho protection of the duty aud trust Say parson wo want to be spliced Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ DIlOlP Philadelphia Times cause of his offending aud in Novem- Â¬ ber will show Mr Harrisons running1 mate how surely time works its re- Â¬ venges Detroit Free Press Personalities in politics seldom pay The old stylo of abuso of an opÂ¬ ponent is old fashioned in more than ono sense Attacks upon tho physical features of Grovcr Clevelands person Â¬ ality illustrate anew tho kind of Iloston enemies ho has made Herald Senator Hill summons every dem Â¬ ocrat to rally to the support of Cleve- Â¬ Tho reasons he land and Stevenson gives for their election and for the as Â¬ cendency of democratic principles are conclusive und binding and if there be any man culling himself a democrat and a friend of New Yorks senator who now falters in obedience to that summons lot him strip his disguise and renounce fealty to tho party und the man at tho atrnn time The tie moo racy of Now York state are united forClove land and Stevenson Albany Argus Trumbull Â¬ we Mary Mary nodded coolly as if the splicing process were a matter of supremo in difference to her continued the You bee parson dont Â¬ we didnt prospective bridegroom have work in tho mill to day and wo wanted to get in tho time and sc I told Mary we might as well be spliced to day as any time Mary said her clothes wasnt fit but I told her theyd do for a rainy day He had his license and so choking back her indignant query If he didnt know It was the custom for a lady to set tho wedding day the parsons wife acted us witness and tho two were Lowistown Me Journal spliced Whon we think of Llueoln Chase Sumner Wade and others who founded the republican party upon the basis of the equality of all men what a sorry spectacle it is to associate with those namos such men as Tom Iteed Iloutelle Foraker Quay Piatt Chandler and othors of their kind Tho high aims of tho g o p aro burled with the dead Tom Reed recently A gave this definition of a statesman No successful politician who Is dead thoroughly honest man would have thought of a statesman in that light Columbus O Press combined is a gold mine Tho republican farmer gets the saw Â¬ The republican record shows a dust protection of the duty alone to pay constant drift toward plutocracy So him for voting in favor of the genuine gradual has tho movement been that protection of duty nnd trust combined it is difficult to realize the change that to the protoctivo tariff trust lcaguo has taken placo In tho partys attitude lit cannot sco any difference or wlioro Under the selfish Influences and de Â¬ the bunco comes in mands of the privileged Interests it has It is to open tho republican farmers built up by discrimination its policy of eyes to this bunco to tho difference be Â¬ protection has changed from a tem Â¬ tween tho counterfeit protection of a porary expedient to bo gradually abol Â¬ duty und tho genuino protection of a ished to a permanent course of governÂ¬ f 1 iw western campaign fund will bo used You can cast two votes against tariff trusts and tako ono vote from them by sending ono dollar to tho western cam- Â¬ paign fund For overy dollar contrib- Â¬ uted at least ono republican farmer As soon as this new odorless whisky comes will havo tho nature of tho protection Into Lcneral uso tho breath o suspicion I fat 4ospr bunco made clca to hltuN Y World will havo to go out of biulnM News trust combined with a duty that tho ment in behalf of tho whole peopMc are to ba made permanent for the benefit of the favored fow in exchange for political support and pecuniary aid in carrying elections The force bill in the cap Â¬ stone of tho plutocratic arch which Privileges grunted ostensibly the republicans are constructing LouU Pot Dpatck tit Up Til-- Ji i Hu p V wr HtiH tf uiijw im ovja MW miimmuuwi fDTPM Hazel y Jt JMMN HlPTn Vl 1J- - Thc Krnuipky mj SPENOER cooper ryy S00li7v wtMi lYK HSSSWCr ki JV fMgifttfi j ivvri fSKRM mSKFUttM JiV - 11 AXTSttJlO I Mt among n rt after In which iin1 the tuw- - mntnmnitinil vt V hUIUKmI r iiMmihI tMriuatnt rftlnti rr snd fHnl for Mr6rl Wk ilmi Dr AUWlAQBf ju tool not comnopoUtHii V Oftiiig to tht scarcity of rww jv ar iv v tuIUftlis i ctrfiyitleit fallfd to write Ut E4itc jx rwiilM mim ilMjt r f tho far wtpni ntnr luck tin 1miv6 vit reUinml honw lTPrWffriniKy5T anion rtUtive nod frirud lre B ptott jm BHc S w p 1 1 AN IL ADY Wago Wlnnora TlJSflwM HAZEL GREEN KY Friday Nov 18 1802 si tcusChwJ 7 x 9 h iUTATlvMbkfea H W A 4 t fe Another big winner by the iwmoerntic lholJSltl cnw w t nmnig illlo It is not a Patent Paint 1ut tin host Paint that can lie mailo He has pPnltvvt nv thc mll of victory is Joseph J ODonohue Now turn the ntcnla out u0Cmur oxpinMontlod Practical Jaintcr with the assistance of 9 n little over 20000 ti collect to day j T M DftVidson of Chaves lerrv hy an ft ft It is imai-an- Wasnt it ii great grand and glorioiiH His wagers were principally that Clove- - C0llntVf wnH j our niidst Ht Wck we the latest improved Mini powerful machinery land would carry the stale of Indiana Will cover one half more space victory 7 0cvo Tom 1W Kti0 l0 ol v tle teeil to give satisfaction o Ivitiriird fnrilif jif llflu ullll llOlirlv lujuncuon oi toe scripture tliat it is -- mivi than lead and oil mixed hy hand Sent freight paid for Wirnni now arc tiio smart idccka who 10000 Ho bet but little on the result Xml lml Mft lKuId nnt ive n0lp V per gallon fcOne reliable dealer wanted in eacli ofthisstato His biggest bvt was 35000 tl0 Wliy ie wng Uxi t0 one f our said Grnvcr couldnt win o even on thc general result jjCst girls o o town Send for color cards etc to Id Kearney has won about 11000 yov jtj Toiikm goes my poHtoifice is the Lokkna Color Works LEXINGTON KY His bets were madochielly on the result soliloquy of 50000 postmaster o of his money of this state The bulk EWSPKXCKU COOHCK Agent llazil Jreen Ky VBa o o was placed at odds of from 3 to f to 2 to Tin tariff is a tax on the consuinur Subway Commlsiionor Walton florin KlOYD DAY Verdict by the people Nov 8th J TAYLOR DAY o 12600 of will profit to tho extent o o president hcnato and congress all Bookmaker J Mahoney foots up his earn- Tin iniH in thn iioithlorhoil of 2o000 in one day in a pretty good conp eh 1 o The heaviest known losers are Dave o o we sm 1IVVB you heard it llazelrigg Lisle Martin who placed uIkhiL o000 Hook Wholesale and ltetail Dealers in Cures nil DISKASI liy eniislng tho bntlv m-- VJim nidi Itcdwinc all go in with big majori- maker Wheclock who lo t SoiOUO and to alMul OXYJiV It is a lioiuc Hooktnaker Fretl Jxiwe who has about ties Xo shock no danger No nioiUcine o 12500 00 the wrong side of bis ledger or doctor needed Write to lis for uirouliir o ntid testiinniilnls from the liest people nil iKADiNO RcpuhlicaiiH now admit that A Compllmont Woll Dostowod tho McKinley bill was a mistake Iut Hajiel Itreen Academy sends us a neat over tlieeaiintrv IIAZKL CJRKKN KY Current News and Comment Now York Xov 10 Tho mnii tlmt jtomlnv 7t won i no iiioh tnoiwy by wip wctloii ui wjf1 u r n Uuvlmiuki is AilcinM mvyrr imp Is radiant gjr Letchers face ioUtl Mr liwypiS oi uiv tun with smiles ami liowiya ho ingoing to it win ifLrjaic jpmruu in win this can it ii until Lieveiauu Imjii IS0 j Thp prt amount Mr Dwyi r wgowd hw fup U1 collMrucnM off 000 Tho hulk of his muiiry irn plauod lht w A n rnlr01 nrrivw nm at biL otitis track bivincr lins cnmmniuid It is w it - i5 jrUn Ttir lrv K Mfrv pmmm wk fmMW l t0 IS THE BEST hi U pAINT V 1HE 0151 lb MADE -- - lilt UlfcRPJ -- - - MKHHH ttirmm1 ihi mmM j 10 t i iion Paint and 1 I MLMfflMlliM J T D 1TG0 Â¬ EepllnpR tho discovery camo too late o o o PnoiLi will find the ncccarics of life much cheaper after the new administra tion takes tho reigns of government Â¬ Tun AtiRtralian ballot gives tho people n chanco to vote a o their cntimenlw Hence tho grand victory for 0 rover and tiiriM reform political en tor from way back It said would sweep tho country like if Democrats did their duty did to a queens tnste ih h Tun Hiram o o o prognosti Cleveland a cyclone And they Not n man who voted nt the last election will live to nco tho Kcpublican party as now organ- Â¬ pal of tho school is Win H Cord to ized ascend to the administration of this whom correspondence should headdresscountrys aflairs again It is dead and ed hdllCatlOUal Cotirailt beyond resurrection o O Maiik tlds prediction o o o catalog of twenty four pnges giving a list of students an historical sketch an outline of collates methods of instruction and general arrangeiiients all very neatly arranged and well gotten up Thc school has done and is doing a noble work in that long neglected part of Kentucky and every lover of the State must be glad to learn that the school is nourishing and that the great loss sus tained by the lire of February 2ith has Resides the catalog tho been repaired interesting school publishes a neat monthly paper the Hazel Ureen Acade mist which deserves cordial support It costal from every friend of education five cents a year and is well but twenty worth five times that much The princi- aiiunul Â¬ i Dubois webb Ith and JeUorMin street i U ni ville Kv argest Stock and Lowest Prices of any house in Eastern Ken- Â¬ wesaps- r Live Stock Saw Logs School Claims ami Country Pro duce taken in exchange for r d or on notes and accounts tucky Â¬ v A wajui in j c MM lis UVJ not mD7j TjffJ i RlJrSrirv m jwjiir and Lirih es Ana a p i i An Elophnnt Won On n Wngor tho Democratic pnrty fulfill its promises to the people which it will most certainly do its lease of power will be so long that peoplo will lme forgotten that tho Republicans were ever in power And ho mote it be 1 Should o Chattanoooa Teini Nov 10 One ColdtCought1Sor Throat Croup Influen- Wioopin r Coub Bronehitli and Aathnia A eerUln cure for Consumption in first tares and sure rtlief in advanced tttirea Uu at one You will sethe eiedlcnt offret nrw tasinc the Fold Crst dot Jislra everywhere Li rj txitUes 60 cents nil 91 00 U - l JI c tr Â¬ o e of the most remarkable election bets in the campaign was made here Orions circus is playing in the city but is mi mis an elephant Hal Devine a young y sport now claiming the animal Tuesday night Hal had fifty dollars which he i j I DINUFEliDKR Willi 1H w Qoo I must be simple when it is not simple it is good Simple Beautiful Good these M words mean much but to sec The Rochester will impress the truth more forciblv All metal tough and scunless and made in three pieces only it is absolutely safcxwA unbreakable Like Aladdins of old it is indeed a wonderful lamp for its mar- Â¬ velous light is purer and brighter than gas lieht softer than electric light and more cheerful than cither Ioofc for this stamp Tiik Koomi stkm if the Imnpitcnlcr Jmsnt the KocliesUr nml the style you -- mill tei ir y itA oolop want scud to it for our new illustrated catalogue ami we Mill scml s oti n Inmji safclv liv express your choice ol over J OOO varicles fiom thc tMigtil tAlf Stmui hf Wot Id lCOHKSTiu LAMP CO 42 Park Place New York Ciljr r n lORT IVQCW VU Dl OUi l PH A W The Rochester o licsiDia being tho type of American journalism according to Max Oltell The IIuimm enjoys tho distinction of having been established on tho day that CJ rover Olevoland was first inaugurated president and being since that time a consistent Cleveland organ It is therefore very proud of Its tail feathers and pardonably so wo hope No tick what a marked contrast there Is between tho two messages which fol o o o Â¬ Importers and Jobbers of with Ortons manager wanted to put up The man had QRY GOODS AND I NOTIONS on the presidential result wagered all his money but said he would bet tho elephant against De vines fifty Xos 537 530 and 511 dollars The lct was closed and now -- West Main Street Deviuo owm the from all indication LOrirs KY elephant Devinus friends advise him to ritlo the elephant in the Democratic ratification procession and turn il loose J hmm foefe mi W bie fags TIIK TOPICS OF TUi DAY Men me tnlkint about uho smll be the next IreM ident Tin ill Itefomi Ae but the ladies are talkinj of the Tine Knrnituie and how eliCii they ean Iniv tt from j DRILY Mnrk This Nobodv can sav that the election of b i ROTHWELL AND HAZEL GREEN ono received just before and the lvtr v rinLl other just after tho election They mo of existence the Democratic electoral tSuiuiay exevptiil and an m iMuusiug ticket wouhl still have triumphed by a Hael Oreeu at 10 i m Leaves I hotel rinii miui eveeptelat Vr Spencer Como to O rovers funeral on handsemo majority The Korce bill is o o eloek arriving at Itotliufll al - U p M November S l A A ociuL and eMineetiiii with ilie K AS A train There the K AS a eon- Let lis run this union tin the basis of for MtSterlinir Cooper Tt Is Uncle Hens funeral nectsuitli leiiiion Frankfort H AXKL and ciyi lo plunder the 1UU KusviIrani for parties ean uelto the I I V X Kv V 10 80i not Orovcrs We aint in It all A Re a true union above pluees the same li tbev leae llael To tho Tinde of Eastern Kentucky Contiguous bublio purse for private purposes publican wreck from eeud to eend to Hazel Gvoen I A A And mind voo this is the second timei WV have this day coniplotfd nrpamronuMits with the 0 O O that the iieophi or this laud haw so ex ahovi iiaiiR d iinn and will handle their roods in larire quan7 Lamitov has a lengthy W Ladles and children triclinj without article pressed thuir deliburuto judgeiueul In Mil1 ho kindly eared lor We especially in ite an inspection liv the inerchant s rl We lone tities in the Detroit Free 1rev of Nov 3rd icon tjVi nv iiwiiiiviii iiim- - is tii i ivmi uliI 111 as we are pivpaivtl to duplicate anv and on Kentucky lournaljsin in which grew far more Deintcrats than lleput ipioted in Vouis resneelfiillv TAHOi A IHIUSK ou uuvi luu niiuMviog compmueniary licaus Louisville Cincinnati or Knoxville Merchants can buy notice of Tun HritAiD and we repn- J- - K these roods almost at their doors ami save larue freiuht hills the will of the people Ciu0W i LOCKIIAUT uuco u simpiy to snow mat both Mrciumiii Kutjuiier e are prepared at any and all times to furnish tluMUooris j new ami ur uunpiou arc cogiuwiut in any and every quality size and price All we A Norvy Loxlngton Bottor of n good thing wliou they sec it Their trial ItitMs Utspectiiilly cVc UiudeiiiNii is probably the biglespcotively flattering notices of our bun- T- rzrL KY winner in Lexington on the election tain has opened a warm ctrner in uurgwd liepre euted hy KI JKKKX Jreen Kv r way iS Murphy He heart t them and if either Max or1 tH lu1 fr u ro1- yUl Viiiig THE Will ever come our way theyll liud the wu HULL GO Uv mm wo olltr vcl v crvv hvls Jatchstriui on the outside ami inside a tin- lust ot U0 men i ruiinui coiisianm ami iii wo Km boUtmivimiiu warnjel with mellow iiiuiiiiiuiii OPENS SEPTEMBER uiirLnttluliiwliri huh uveii uiougii our better Z siiouitl that Texas would given bigger plurality SHla m i oiiimoilitims tor eitstoniers n Professorsaiil i i i kM Iih Clovehnl than any three Stairs from a istae s kick nt our seeming disregard for the lbobMcl I i lcirnut r tnule nassic sd v lak- IbrVniKS imnt prohibition that abitles with us alwavs woultl fur HarrUoutho other eo i Ing IVmlvnuln Uhlo nud Vermont r BlflS Offered fOF Bad RO S 0moudseoslHns U JAS K PATTERSON Ph DM Loxlngton Ky In uiuiMumuu vvioini ononutherbet was dOQ to9U that the We UIUf nuke them mid Imc no ili mmiil jr of the licst examples of unadulterated election wouhl not ba thrown into the fur thim m ur truth American journalism ihtauiaolu lire to house Lexington Press Â¬ low MSZLu i RKTWKLN H Li Il1 villi obiasoa Oarcip fcQxx IKy just added to my stock nf Ccncial Meiehandise the largest and must iimdcie line of riirniliire bronirlit to tliis eoimtrv and will make price is mm j iU nienesier or leiiiulon So eome and mm ooils hum Kd prices bt ore bin int eNeuliere V UOIU NSON H Jrnly yours ct Wholesale Boots and Shoes LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY 1 GREEN HUFFAKER 1 CO I FARE Each Way jullf 2 Â¬ 1 -- iir ui aHirices i - Jl 1 TO DBXTTIrST J DAy Hael CO ak ia - PYTOWH - ua - I Tunicu Nl l prir i4 F Sm piKS I4irqo S I I- - THE MAYTOWN MILL CO found in Kentucky notably amutidj LEE COUNTY tho edges of the mountain region that W M WKLIJ Muiujrer Jirll great spread or country to the east where M su ndlroads never break through andsteal of our neighbor at- Qutta a number Drsssrnakinn and where newspapers never como until tuudud Now Snrln church hist Smidav thev ate a week old When Max Oioll wrote his first itu- lrpnr d to mi lit mil make MU Kutolimv who has been under dresne ami other ptrmiiits n the buest Ameriea ho sintrled out tho lm Aiu-i-troatment furrow throat at Dr AilinltlV style Satlsftietiou KUnuitl and I ItltAIUor V ifoc iiiiiit a rMtoiiiiNbl Also IvnHi Uiv art or vutllni pwlftilh and iluliig by olmru sthoteof wkatriwUMHlHiTr t Wgn II Inijusaudhitlini of llji Oakdale wlfa mus P V day unadulterated American journalism bi T N FEDER SILBERBERG 110 115 W - CO Third Street - CINCINNATI O Fasppie Represented mVvi by M BRINKLEV wlii n v 1 llweia pm FIRST CLASS JOB PRINTING i k iUv Kii imrt B w t rUWi everylKaly we hae done viii want prmt urk for m thcr1 llUirt lawr emulation I Fttazel Green Herald Wolfe In ItrtMitlilll Hrt MURDERED Fn5MAWBUSHr Alhnrt -- MAGOFFIN COUNTY - tl llr M Mnfttnn i 1 im-in-- lltper the I Hhrtiii shut ltiiul Without Wiirn hiC h llngrn Wiit We have hud a mmd rain and urovl dential utiro has once more jirevented a water tnmiuc The election is over ud the eagle Hy Â¬ ing on the one hand and the chicken crowing on the other A II Howard Democratic candidate for commonwealths attorney carried this county by three majority The taking of tiio vote in a good many districts Mcmcd to be a matter of amuse ment rather than interest under the nt w ixrtfii lWWMWCOOtW - PA mdmttm f V 1 JiMitltMMMMMMM f 1 - MWt mit tnknowii KY nftlu Nov 14 Piih 1 huf iiiil it riiu loiilvilh iiinl rnii lNiin lilts r rhl CM tltruiitfli KoTUWT11 1S9 M branch After being slo he tell from his horae ami lay in tlie mail 0 MliMtlis until al out SVcloek Sunday morning I nth H I jii0i when Sonny ltnhiiimm came along and 5 infill I found htm dead lying in his own blood law l i I II11 u -- o IN MnolHS Robinson at once ran his horse to Squire Iiulii Wo would be pleased to co the time Congletons ami informed Squire Con Iilioral rule on lnrvr uilverliMtiiuui institutions made know 011 niiplientlnu gleton of the faet who at mee xiimmon come when our M hohntie Infill noliee- - to tin iiiteriuriMl itinoiitf ed may revive ami better qualify and fitly withadN-i-Miiutii- f a jury and proceeded to where the ffuliiiU tinitn r H oftU a line prepare men for business capacity whuie l hey run n iiiniiili dead man lav And held an iunucit -- ipereetit Noah Minix Republican candidate for The verdict of HIW jury IMIO that the triloite of iepeit ete le u 4bitiiirt lames lias a majority of 1VI iTiiii slnis fherill lint fount iv word 10 the line and end iliwimul Mm in UU ilMih tv V r We will write ion um- moiiVv with tin- munuseript The Aoams iiir vircuu Iouri vin tired bv unknown party or parties line tit hituurie and imlIMi death imtiits not rreiiliiiir body was then removed to his residence jority The election went oil very quiet MnrrUue and S A so far as heard from in this county ien liusolhited nil pnldMied imikk near CMiauibets station on the K QUILLS VOl UKiHtMl AliVKItTMXO lty and alxmt one mile from where he A family fight took place at Rlooming PYniKifitriiiY us ikmani SlKN iKIt JJMPKlt There were six shot ton this county between the Diamonds was assassinated Addrev Ilnxel wreiii that hit him and went into the forehead Hockers and lattons in which from remm ilnuh tviimwl nvnr thu left tinnlo onn ports Ijogau Ration got a wound in the key the voiiumble father of Wm rn oyp ml cmnc mt buck shoulder from a knife but not serious n lhe sick at the rcMUencei liMil Kmitv our postnuiMter Nov II 01 iou H i i i in auu mii wiuci unv niw latter of the Rarncs was were in the left shoulder killed and from Tins Is not h Every Department Overturning to its utmost capacity C1IAS BUCIIAXAX County Supt H N Horton and A T riding nt the time he was and qualities the siens made bv the horse when the eatch iiennv wile of nuv kind but good honest values Comlis of Cainptnn paid our otliee a at lair prices During the coming week wo will display full shot was fired the horse became scared Boot SnosmaKe pleasant call last Wrdjiesday lines of Mens and Hoys Clothing representing the lead and jumped and ran back in the direc ing and best manufacturers in the Unitcil Suites iind Charley Buchanan the shoe maker has tion he came HAZEL GREEN KY Europe we will lorfeit our reputation 01 uurvy Special attention to Kt pairiiif nml satis Wo have nevW E Kelly who lives within a half card in this paper to which your atten a vcarV standing in lxinglon diction hMiiiriiutecd Shop at old Cummins directed if you need repairing of mile of where the killing was done heard stand on the hill nejrthe Herald otHcw er failed to Keep our promises heretofore tion is the report of a gun in that direction jtny kind you should see him 5 r J3 a e r That wo will sell you the host Mens Suit shooting a S seen but as there was considerable v The largest sweet potato we have K That we will sell vou the best Mens Suit nt 10 3 over the result of the election nothing 3 Itl was sent to this otliee by Mrs this year - 3 ml That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at 15 1 1 weighed V pounds wa thought of it lane Wheatlcy 20 W r a t Ill The remains of Rarncs were taken to That we will sell vou the best Mens Suit and wed like to see one bigger interMt Sterling Sunday evening for That wo will sell you the best Mens Suit at 25 some time con ment LONOI KMOW Nelson 0 WaddillrJor W mm P DEPARTMEN- Tnected with this office in now at lleber TAILORING MERCHANT OUR s 2- W v Ut Swango Lacy Vrkansas and will accept our thanks for Hrst j Mnried At the residence of the brides Is the tinest in tho United Suites Our Cutters and Workmen nro a copy of the Detriot Free 1ress doing the largest business wo Imvo over done Wo are class artist father at WhiteOak on Thursday Nov O M fJ Come and make your selections early long account 3 1892 H C Swango of Hazel Green Tom Cannoy sends us a of a recent dream he had about himself and Mis Dora Lacy of Morgan county and a lot of other Republicans going up Miss Lulu Cash of Hazel Green and Salt River but it is too long for us to Sam J Salver Esqr of West Liberty A12S acted as attendants and Elder J M AAA publish Downing tied the nuptial knot The Tom Jones and a Mr Williams IkiiIi bride is a daiighTcr of Wm Lacy the TAILORS LEADING- CLOTHIERS nml of Mt Sterling are trying their luck at well known stock dealer ind a niece of bird hunting in this vicinity but so Tar Judge John E Cooper and is one of the have met with little success Thty are prettiest uirlsin Eastern Kentucky while SKCOXPTEUM of the sestion of guests of the Day House the groom is one of our most substantial J lifKins MONDAY Nov Htli 1SSI2 Rose of flfl vVh Now in the time to i iiter raven the gentlemen who young men Mr and MrsJohn tt Crouch to the bride and The enrollment is more man iiuj recently leased Swaugo springs are now this place gave a dinner a per cent in excesn of the enrollment at the Friday the hostess being in possession and fitting up for the rece- irrooom on same time in anv previuui sen don Thorough instruction in all departments These gen- sister to the groom to which the attend ption of guests next season Just the sxhool in which to educate your and intimate a few relations Mr J I Cask Hickory 3rovo Fnrm liotue tlemen come from Nicholas county and ants and hoys and girls No hcttcr school in Kastcrn Everything went Kentucky for Normal work or Jy Kytc lUcluc 1Wmwy8i AfUjrtryliiB -friends were invited have a large acquaintance in that section every known remedy removed b lrgo lluncn i per Tuitions 100 10 S200 and bell and all are of two yearn nUiidlnu rrom a 3 year old Oily -be patrons of Swango merry as a marriage at who will hereafter One half in advance remainder with threo bppIIchUoub of of the viands served month of term profuse in praise middle springs KNliXZE Instrumental music lifty cents per lesson Among the well wishes made for the of the 11th but Nelson young couple just started upon lifes Vocal music twenty live cents per lesson Under date Pnvuhle monthly ni8Uiebestpreparatlonlhaveeverucdorlirrdr 0 Waddill writes us from Helier Cle iuiirnev there could be n ithing more floard at thu Home JO0 per week paya of I heartily recommend It to all Heres burn county Ark as follows appropriate than that they always have ble weekly WM II COUP Principal Wchavi hundred t c aueh tettlmmiali Kendall Spen to Cleveland Stevenson as good and as much to eat as that occasIlnxel Green Ky Thanks rr1cefllse veraattle AikyourdrtiMtntforlt If he cerCooperrnl Dr Taulbee And with this we add ion afforded iJoe not krepli tend uacUuiiorllvirforlrllfKJt IV M KIlly t CO WUltciiaw n x mm mask Nelse but Marcus C Lisle was the Dem May they always be us happy in each i i KTIVaftViliV ui jft If yu and successful candi others love as they were on that day lfJm ocratic nominee iEAnHIUFJIIIllH uiJ nl liitflllfinl t date this time ml illxi rriM u i i King Stamboul 2081 2 n J1 4l Ifc Wtll Wednesday was stock sale day and lUl The confident enthusiasm of Samuel illrull ill I nil Iew Irllak la blUdr crowd in town tliero was a large AT THE Jamble Sunt of the tfau Meteo stock illll l7 fllljr niiilifiil i nales were made however as there was bv lr4 if tllhff tf I Hll farm evolved the plan that has put n and but little stock on the market The Stamboul M at the head of thu stallion nil ln lil flrr IntllKtlloH Texas mares advertised in this paper two record with evidence of much power yet ill utK liilul- titiiilr hiv I weeks ago were on hand and a few of in reserve He is but ten years old and him llif 1lia 4iJ llnlltri rar In Oili in them sold but the prices were so low the has ten representatives in the 230 list rlllr nhi on or ii l sale was stopped C A U t xoU fe n III If fmulik Samble is umuni the prominent Mr Regular Meals 25 Cents Meals to Onicr at All Hours Breakfast from IIhiWw lb IMIiIm liHItt n from in a m tti 3 i m Supper front 6 r i to 0 i M Oys J M Wilson for awhile connected horsemen who endorse QuinnsitOintment nllrh on some flH OilltWUNMl After trying remarks from 5 A M to 12 I cki ullilnf with this office writes us from Williams and ters Lamb Fries Fish Chickens and Quails a specialty Open J l rlllilll good witisf action lli Mltll CUS LU1CAWT town Ivy that he is suffering severely bunches it gave such yU le ful temporarily that I had Mr J DKunc order one half ulLlif dlflcull from rheumatism and has t ru IhU 1 would not be without IJ 0 JONES rUfci lTM Ti rqalrfi mk lost the use of his left wrist Jacks dozen bottles Km JOHN M K03E iiitu imi will regret to it and cheerfully recommend it to my IIH0HullLkSEV4u many friends hereabouts llrk Ullllcl M llmtl- This is the universal expres 1mmmWmWBmmmmxi2ri2 tinlr Umlil k4 hear of his atlliction and he has our pro friends ItlJl mmmW f OJ 4MjMMItm Hion nf the leadinir breeders and horsefoundest symnthy JUlll Itif Mtibljtl kl W States Trial K men throughout the Tnited TZa fiia a Vm ll nf r inirw I wmm v -- DEALERS IN- nfi Jiose it Jones request us to remind the box cents silver or stamps Kcgular wM l la I llMilulr liy Wll l fMllbf IsikIuJ AMgiuiw M 4 AlillA Addict W IJ Kd I readers of Tub Hkralp that they have size lf0 delivered 9 just received the finest line of ladies ty Ci Whitehall N Y unless you this place and i ti frnm j voiir lrniruist lor cloaks ever brought to HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY an CIlll IIUlHlll Jones that they projwse to closo them out jui t side by Rose Dress a complete line of Dry Goods Notions LaditV Mcdi- as soon ns possible Ladies aro especmnj wouhl retain it aimuM couMilt Carry And H who 1 1 nts Patent In the Land Tho invited to call and examine these goods Goods Gents Clothing Boots Shoes Srn nm Sfl VOR CASH lit plIClS Klsewhere in this paper appears the v before they arc picked over CUIUS Oauuui3 iininvo Knquirer of the Cincinnati rAll goods Green mawtim lower than over before seen in Hazel L a WUmiii cencrufly known ns flovPKAlKU IS disparagement to other i which without o uaranteetl as represented or money refunded cruor Wilson died at his residence Wvc good paper in the land we must say is O Ml Money miles above Hazel Green on Tuesday t newsnaiuT of America Mr Wilson req night of chronic diarrhoea lalmr brains pains ami every other had always lived in this section was oi a greui uisite necessary to the making highly respected and leaves a host of At null make t II in lint 1 paper are used on the Knquirer without HAZKI OUEEN KY iilniMil to - ut In - the lmrn mourn his death 0s ilrcMen and other rarwenU relatives and friends to result is that she stads nml the trie SatlifactloM gHaraHted and prjec Ho was SO years old on the 8th of Octo the Are the nnlv firm In the town which hn renmnablc AUo tfach the art f OHtlbHf without a rival Tub IlKBAiDaml iIIuh the Juitly ctlchrntcd her last and fittltiK by chart weeklv Knquirer one year for nlyl80 Nohtii UiiKit STiiitirr IJAY Dave Maddox of Leo City and John And now is tho time to subscribe KY LEXINGTON v ZOMBS HOUSE OAMPTQXrtKY Linden ef Gillmore left for the west from th wholcialo houie of J He Knows a Cood Thing with goes to Missouri last week The former YwuTlie licit oculUt In the 8tate Ky his Spencer Cooer Hazel Green and price on rvervlliliiu the to locate while the hitter will east 8 8 COM IIS PjtorRiicroK iiwVl fall n lilin when In U xintflon i Kriend Kncloseu mm nt III UK aiionilt Iti n im new to Daveii Dearaiiiwirint on to your valuable paper OHIO The justly celebrated PORTSMOUTH f The iwlroHHite f the tmycllMj hmWIc i tt oui joun una ocen ineru wiun S I Wet ajjd Icrryian steel pens Atru ff footwear rvtnetfindlv elicited Tahln the one year With kbu down irVlif n vou want the IlHr M11 filly get acquainted Success to you for wfcrt f 5re soldiat tills tilfice at 10 cent every attcHtlen W th UI - OM iwys but in uvent you dont find it write j yours etc I ml tl c best Fiicll In town at 5c apiece give thCMM cull i v Rothwell Ky us when you start back to old Kentucky ilKIAlO IS 1 I Ln 1 Sntimhiv ulLhL about 7 oVlorl Al to eeiire Moiuiluiit Trade bert Humes while returning home from Howen Ky where he has nu interest in rit xinxr lllMrteil for llSH linn 3 n general store whs Mint and instantly lveftielliellH ill in r iMi mi inch Cor tin llrxt killed liy Homo unknown person or per sotw near the foni nf tMnte creek on Liuiiit in eri ViS VU Ill SSI KST AlVKUTISIU MIST Hawkins Effort OF 1 VIVNlK lVKUriSKMKS1S STSI1S OUR Louis Â¬ jH -- HSYBB 5 v TI1K 11 History0fLexington --o- - 1 1 1 11 Gus Straus Â¬ DisMiiGtoMi Â¬ Â¬ 4 Practical Â¬ U Â¬ nt at A i at Â¬ tn Â¬ m -- 1 -- m m i L G STRAUS FINE KENTUCKY HazsiGreenRcademy - LEXINGTON rllK is Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ra mmm QUINNS OINTMENT Â¬ fmv Â¬ Â¬ Mtfljj1 iix iJ HI JHHLa L 4if Ii m m m JSng Vish nior JI1MIE lSBT Lexington Ky No 12 W Short Street Kitchen Proprltor 1 - llLL TTJil nosm cl11 jones - 12 U3HpWCt GBfflBBAIi MHROHAOTISB irwnaa iot OTIS W SNYDER SPECTACLES DIAMONDS JEWELRY Rose JoNESjFasfiioiiafife DressmalH - - WATCHES Boots and Shoes jgf n ir 1 vj Im lyf53 S Jtl 0 P Tracy Co mmmmmmmmm 1 -- i t Hazel Green ter 8hn blushed prettily ns I walked into tho room I spoke to her in the Idiotio manner that In In vogue whan BPKNOEU COOPER PublUher two nro obliged to spoak without ft formal introduction and stepped out IIAZBL OIIBEN t KY on tho porch where I could sou tho i grand old hills that loomed up in tho purpling shades of tho coming evening I could not holp speculating about MY MOTHERS BIRTHDAY John Furbaysuinrrlageand I concluded Days of mingled joy anil Krlcf tlinj ono of Aunt Fttrbays matchmak Â¬ Days of toll nntl nwcot relief ing efforts had miscarried Dflynot languor ooro and pain Dayn of smiling runt again Presently Uncle Si and Aunt Furbay All havo panned unit now to day enme In nnd while sho and the girl I Tlmo pauMCfl on his hurried way hnd seen woro putting the finishing Smiling with moaning gravely nwcot touches to tho sttppur table whluh had And lay h a birthday at your foot Much tho yearn lmvu brought to thoo been waiting my coming Uncle Si came A tender boundless charity out on thu porch to tell me that his to A calm and gracious womanhood bacco crop was of excellent quality Tlio strength which wraps tho truly good and much heavier than usual In a A charm of manner Ilka thu Hccnt Of violets with broozen blont short tlmo wu woro called to supper Life from his troanurcH manifold and Aunt Furbay introduced me to the JIath iiourcd on you hiit purvit Kold youdg I tidy by saying This Is Ncttn And undoruoath tho strain of care After supper Uncle Si and I went Llko chordit of muMc quaint nnd rare Soft hranthlngn of affection come back to the porch and he lighted his And flit with molody tho homo corncob pipe while I drew deep Sweet heart Thoio dour haudH of thlno breaths of the cool breeze from tho Arc mado for mlulstrlas divine Herald Â¬ -- For noolhlug weary ones to rent Forclaftplng children to thy bream For truo lovon Horvlce tuple sweet leading hoiiIh to the MnittcrM foot All llfo lit richer dooper far llttcauno of thee like n gleaming ntar Thy quiet llfo will brighten all Tho darkened way where sad hearts fall Oh dweoUHt ilearcHt truth dlrlno That lovoH puro light will ever nhtnol All life will ever llro and movu ytiHtalned by tho Ktcrual Tovo Thy enmcit rioul will live to blcaa Willi prccloun atom of tcudcrncari With never fulling churlty Through cycles of eternity Tho children In tho Father homo Helping tho weakest one to conio And leaning on tho Fathors breunl Find avcrlaatlng jjeaco and rest Franco Cheney In Ilonton Hudget m I k W fif 1 nSfSgup yond Yes THIS 18 JCKTTA river and the dim Kentucky hills be- Â¬ mm I fml 11 HV rjy- --- um H I l nolo w illvK to visit Si Low mil his good lfo W mtiSJ Aunt Fur- how for both of them iro jolly old bay Ho amusement for all her friends foro she married Undo Si she was tho widow Furbay the lamented Furbny having thud at thu ago of ilfty leaving liitrwidow tu arrange a match for Jier Mlf a tiling that shu was fully uapablu of doing as was proven by tho faot that shu was led to tho altar by Uncle SI In considerably loss than u year after to quote Mr Furbay had gone over tho somewhat non committal language of the pastor who ministered to the spiritual wants of the mem hers of the little country ohureh of whiehhehad been a member In view of thu faot that Uuule SI had been a widower for nearly ten years before ho full victim to Cupids ltrrowH and the oliarms of Aunt Furbny there were those in the neighborhood who meanly intimated that in this ease tho lady had done the courting but that does not interfere with tho fact that they wore n good old couple to visit and if the story were a true one it has not the remotest con Â¬ nection with tho one I have to tell It was last fall that I wont accord Â¬ ing to promise to visit Uncle SI nnd I had written them his companion when 1 was coming and as thu little river steamer bumped tip against tho whurfbout at Klploy I saw my old irjoud on tho lookout That portion of Ids face that was not hidden by his full beard nnd the twinkling of his bright gray eyes assured mo that my welcome was a cordial one and In a few minutes wo wore spinning up the road toward his homo Unolo SI asked mo ho many questions about mytelf that I had uo time to inquire about his rumple iurther than tj get liio assur Â¬ ance that Aunt Furbny was sort o iniddliiiY which was Unolo Sis way of Mtying that she was in perfect health 1 did ask about about John Furbny Aunt Furbays son and Uncle SI told nib he was mtirrlud In n very matter of fact way anil when I asked to whom I received thu very ludulinlte informa Â¬ tion that his bride had been a gal up From tho scantiness of tho ourwiiy information given me 1 suspcutcd there was something unpleasant connected with his marriage and dropped tho Rubjeet without furthor remark than to express surprise when I did not feel the loiiht symptoms of that emotion Ah wo drove up to the gate in frout of Uncle Sis home Aunt Furbny came down to meet us and toll me was ns welcome as tho llowera in May and ask me more questions than I could Juivo ntiKWoreoMn ti week hut us nhu ljd 110V piiupo far jtn answer to any of thorn 1 adileit to my reputation with lier of being being a henslblu young man who never tries to cut a person off when theyre tallcln Undo Si went on to taku cure of the team and I fol lowed Aunt Furbny into the housu and was shown into thu sacred and solemn gloom of tho spare room which wan only opened to tho most welcome guests J soon escaped from the prison like order that prevailed and wandered down to thu kitchen Here I found a blooming lassie whom 1 had never met before 1 supposed she wits thu hired Kirl and probably tho daughter of somu uuitfhbor who hud it surplus of daugh 1 Aunt Furbay Lows ponchnnt for match making hi thu source of u great ileal of noonlu nnd Â¬ said Uncle SI presently as if continuing a conversation that had been recently broken off Johns married and hes got a nice llttlo wlfo too If I do say It myself I asked Where dldhe Uud her thinking I had been laboring under a mistaken idea and rather at sea Right hero in the neighborhood You see it was answered Uncle Si ono of mothers plans an allow she never had one on em work out to tho hotter satisfaction o the parties inter Â¬ ested than this one did Mothers a muster hand at gottiu up matches an shes sorto proud o her record in that direction Long in June there was a mighty Hue gul came up from Cincin- Â¬ nati to stay a spell with Nellie Bradley The Hradltws- - have connections in Cin- Â¬ cinnati an tiilt gal whose name was Icanctte Herbert was one of em She was caleulatiu to stay all summer an Noll brought her over ono divy to introduce her tons Id hoard o her afore she come over an I supposed she would bo sort o uplifted an carry her head pretty high while she wasin this neeko woods but she Was just the nicest little gal I ever laid eyes on an mother nearly fell on her nock the llrst thing We knew her father wiw rich us mud an we was considorahly sur j prised when wo found that she could cook an do any other kind o work as well as ifslio had to work for a livin Twisnt a week afore mother be gun to hint around that Miss liradloyi would make a mighty good match for our John and I kuowed he wns good enough for anybody for bos had a good deal o money spent on him him an eddieatlon up to Lebanon an to Dolawure an It did seem as If ho orter get a wlfo from the pick o all the gals in creation John aint my wl boy you know but seoin I nevur had 1 none o my own set a good store by him nu wanted htm to do well so I sort o fell In with mothers plans an when I see that tho two on em was a glttin along mighty well together 1 kind o patted myself on thu back ovor tho way things was a goin Nellie an John had alius been good friends an It wasnt long afore tho boy got to go In ovor every whipstitch on some er Â¬ rand or other an mother an me we kuowed tho thing was as good as set tled an uadu our plans nocordin About this tlmu John got a latter from an old schoolmate telliu him that he might look for company any day an sure enough In a few days along comes as fine this in voun nvroiiTKit fullur as you could wish to see When ho Hrst came he allowed hed 1110 agin au I felt real sorry to see her stay a week hut ho hop llngerln along feollu so blue over the trip I had a sort o queer feelln till 11 n ally mother she said slie believed all day Ihll Ihll Hunt was his namewas that something was a golu to happen moren half in love with our hired gal an I was sheered o my life for the Id noticed myself that he was sorter youngster an you nmv be sure felt haugin round where she was but bless a mighty sight butter when I see the you I hadnt mothers keen bcont for whole lot o them a comln in safe an that sort o thing an never gave it u sound second thought Nellie Hradley an Thoy all come up the road laughin Miss Herbert seemed to have a groat as If there wasnt no such tiling as sor Â¬ llkin1 for tho gal too an very fre- Â¬ row in tho world but they kind o quently theyd run over an talk to her piloted down afore they got to the In tho evenln an then John nn the house an they came in tonkin sort o gal would go homo with them across queer an skeered like When theyd the dolus ay I never see a lot o all got In John he kind o blushed up young folks got along more friendly an turnln to Phil an Miss Herbert Mother Hits together an when young Tom Hark said Mr and Mrs uess come homo an begun to pay a Hunt they were married to day aecord good deal of attention to Nellie mother ln to thu laws o Kentucky You could a knocked me down with was jest wild for there was a chance to make three matches to once an you n feather an not half tried an pap he might say kill three birds with one simply laid back in his chair as if he was goln into a conniption then an stone Mother said our girl would make a there Afore I hud time to say a soli- Â¬ splendid wlfo for anybody and shed tary word John ho took the hired girl been veal scared that John would fall in by tho arm an said This Is your love with her cause no ono ou alrth daughter Mrs- John Furbny an ho could uay a word agin liar an uho put hU arm around hur au led her up 1 1 PERSONAL AND LITERARY wanted John to marry a llttlo higher In to mo nn said kiss your mother dar-Â¬ tho social spcor than to take a farmers ling an nforo I knew what I was Ruth Kimball who wns an daughter Mother you know Is a a doin I had mv nrms around her nock tlvo figure in the gallery at tho nttrae domo t 1ftO n rrnrut lilltrtritl lectio Inclined to be nrlstocrntlc on X n inn cratlc convention uud whoso reports T M some plnts Wall thlnjrs went on In a perfectly io l i w satisfactory manner for moren n month an mother an mo had It nil couldnt tell him a secret ll Mor- tin xmtntrt nir 1 looicu kvuu iy ine fixed how wo was a going to set John up in business Ho had a little prop- Â¬ him this tlmo If ever mortal man was Comlo Leonino to Mile do Rothschild is coiiipuscu ui 11 Niipuruiy largo Uinmoiul erty from his father an mother shes fooled it d ruby placed in a slanting position assent- - i got quite a passe o money ono plnco Waul I should say you did fooled your on tho surfaco of tho circlet of gold an auotheran Ive got a llttlo down to 6t Uncle Si Voueven Harry Newell Carow In Ohio ami two smaucr diamonds aro placed the bank at Ripley that tnshler Shoe Â¬ sol f beside them maker takes care of for mo so Farmer Mrs A K W Robortson of Musptittlu this an that together wo could cogee I T has completed the trans STRENGTH gather up a right tidy sum on a pinch TALES OF lation of tho New Testament from the As I was a sayln things was goln Men Who Could Kill a Hull with Their original Greek Into the Greek language on at a merry pace John an Ihll an rut he university of Ohio has the hired gal they wont over to Hrad After the Spanish occupation ot the upon her the degree of Doctor conferredof Phllosleys every night or else Nellie an Miss Grand Canary a certain enormous stone ophy in recognition of her scholarly Herbert an Tom they come over here was for a long time pointed out ns one attainments an mother kep mo awake half the of the instruments of the Gaunche night every mortal night tolllnmo how athletic courses Tho natives had been Senator Quay lias purchased what tickled she was that John was a goin able to lift it set it on their shoulders is known as the Matthew Stanley farm to do so well an she even got up a four miles north of Coatesvllle Pu It over their heads and plan to have three weddlns all at one Theireven throw posterity and the MMie senator passed his boyhood days degenerate 11 time in tho church down to Ripley an farm Spaniards could not raise it from the on this Stanley being nephew of Mat Â¬ she Mowed that she would do the best ground Tradition has Immortalized thew after whom he was MM10 she could with the hired girl whose one Adargoma of Grand Canary who named farm contains 1110 acres mother was a widdor an not very well could wrestle for two consecutive and the price paid was f 10010 off in this worlds goods Phil wasnt Queen Christiana of Spain upon reand having been thrown under very well Hxed himself only his eddiea Â¬ hours In a certain contest got his an Â¬ ceiving the announcement that tho most tlon an his position as a book keeper tagonist between his logs and arms thousandth baby had been named after in Cincinnali to keep a wife on but the and squeezed him so that his bones be her husband sent the parents a boys tynl was a good housekeeper an savin native was subse Â¬ wardrobe silver baby service and nn jest the gal for Phil to u T She gan to crack The prisoner to Spain handsome nest egg with tho messagea quently sent as a calculated on givin her a good settln where he astounded the people by his To the thousandth Alfonso from a out for she thought a sight of her an performances Ono day in Seville ho woman whom to Alfousos have mado her mother before her and she was so was visited by a brawny youth of La happy tickled to think that John was not try a Most of lljornstjorne lljornsoni anxious goln to marry her that she felt pretty Mancha who was My good to friend novels are written at his farm in Nor- Â¬ bout with him tolable liberal toward her as wo are going to way He prefers doing literary work said Adargoma I listened to mother so much that I wrestle together it is only reasonable there rather than in his handsomu swow I got interested in the business home in Paris His study is an enor an most of the time was a workin that we should begin bydrinkingsome A large bowl of wine having mous room simply furnished and lie thiug some scheme or nother to help her been brought he took this in one hand works so rapidly that he will block out along and continued to address his chal- the plot of an entire novel in two or Just then Aunt Furbay came out on lenger If with both your you the porch and Uncle SI settled back 011 can overnower one of mine arms as to three days so Thackeray had a free pass over the his chair and began to stroke his whiskhinder me from drinking overy drop of Peninsular tv Oriental Steamship Co s ers in a meditative manner this wine wo will try our strength to-Â¬ Youd better finish the story Ive gether If not you may return to your lines Carlyle genially observed that penny ferryboats in Scotland always been tellin Harry he said to her as The struggle took place and allowed a blind fiddler to cross for home she bestowed herself in a capacious Adargoma by degrees drained the bowl nothing to amuse the passengers rocker in the coolest manner without spilling Thackeray never liked Carlyle much for What was you a tellin him quer- Â¬ u drop of the wine His one hand was that and Carlyle said that for his part ied Aunt Furbay more than a match for the two It he couldnt understand why was jest a tellln him about how you made some matches among thu was reckoned nothing out of the com One of Mr Whittiers last public niou for a man to take au uutethercd acts was joining the young folks an got John married off Hrotherhood of ox by the horn with Oiie hand and slay was the answer Christian Unity In doing this ho It with the other A certain native Now Simon Peter Low said Aunt born priest of Grand Canary in the wrote the following letter to the Furbay if you aint the biggest born seventeenth century showed Theodore F he founder of the society Seward New York Pear Friend For idiot I ever see You cant never keep inherited some of his ancestorsthat vigor your mouth i hot about any tiling an for one day hearing that an enraged years I have been desirous of a move Â¬ you gp an blab everything you know bull had broken loose and was in tho ment for uniting all Christians with no tint first chance you get street he ran out and grasping it other creed or pledge than a simple I might as well toll 3011 the straight by the leg threw it down and so held it recognition of Christ as our leader I of it she continued turning to me until its owner was able to secure it have read thy published articles 011 tho for I know pap cant never tell a thing MMiis doughty son of the church before subject with hearty approval and symjest ns it is How much did ho tell his death chanced to have one of his pathy I am truly thy friend John G you legs amputated for a cancer It was Whlttier I jest explained to him how John then found that his thigh bone was HUMOROUS fell in love with Miss Herbert an Phil solid with no trace of marrow It Hunt with the hired girl interposed must be oonfesscd however that the What He Hoes Uncle Si chuckling as if hu had perpe relics of tho Cauariaus now found in er does anything does That fellow nev He docs he trated a joke their burying places do uot bear out the Yankee Iilade Oh snitred Aunt Furbay you did inference that this was a national char- time occasionally 111 tell the rest of it then Johnson did you Whn f are you saving acteristic though their dimensions aro They aint much to toll she be- certainly a testimony of the strength your money for next winters amuse- Â¬ Thompson No last win- Â¬ gan ignoring Uncle Si and addressing and size of their lute proprietors Na- ment sV ters N Y Herald me only one day tho young folks tional Review went oil over to the Kentucky side to Parks There goes Dazler isnt Tht Churlty or llcutli spend tho day a philanderln through he n pretty close mouthed fellow The man marry she said fondly Ntarks thu country At the last minit the Jupiter yes he doesnt even must possess all tho graces and none tell the truth often hired girl didnt want to go and John Inter Ocean took her to task forwantin to spoil the of the failings of his sex You havent heard anything until You are worthy of it ho rejoined fun an they had a long talk out on you have heard both sides says edging closer this very porch and finally she cried MMiis may be pretty logic but He must be upright generous wit- writer an John he said he wouldnt go Mess the big drum refutes it Tid Ilits she did and then sho got ready an ty bright vivacious keen cutting She You say you think Mr Pinole afore she started she conio an kissed splendid erly was born lucky Why hes boon Yes mo as if she didnt never expect to see He must be loving forgiving will- jilted by four girls Her Husband Vy Thats lucky Smith Gray A Cos ing able lively dashing valorous fcBLj ltt iiu - xVJ 7Mufnta4 I 1 I Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 11 Â¬ Â¬ sUf il Yes He Monthly Â¬ year must be succinct precise de- Â¬ Johnny Im real sick and ma termined candid rich handsome ten wont let me go to school Wallle with marked envy der Wair did you He must find out wot siintuins to have Chi Â¬ And blue eyed and white winged cago News Record and musical and lyrical and poetical How did they like you in Scrag and rhapsical glevlllo asked ono actor of another I have a plan said the man on the Very much Indeed it appeared It 1 sofa think I eau find a man for was all I could do to induce the land- Â¬ you lord to let mo leave Washington My darling she fluttered looking Star worlds and worlds nnd preparing to rhiim Rrowne I should liko to pucker her lips feel that when I die I leave the world You will find your man in tho better My Jackson graveyard Only men of extraordinary dear than II fouiuMU fellow am quite sure the world virtues die you know ho said edging will bo better when you aro gone away and reaching for his hat It is tolerably certain that few of tho othur Judy Hold His Own Then kind survive Tim oildi nvonx nil ncntnut m nlr Now she must wait till next leap And nonth I groan Â¬ Once a Week A Woll 1 - Oh thou I foul I hold my own llieliniMl Clmu Yankee Itlndo Adulteration is bud and sanitation is A Literary Revolutionist Tho good but some of tho results shown by vigilant inspectors nnd clever ehemlhts meter in the poem is lovely explained No doubt In their efforts to show the frightful the poet replied the editor but It Isnt meter Its meat that dangers that surround us and rundown we are after in poems now Detroit offenders against sanitary very funny A wholesale and hlirhlv Free Press She alluding to a steam shovel respected grocer Was tried in a London court a few days ago for selling tartaric What is that tremendous thing on aeld adulterated with load The acid that car dear Ho of Chicago and was used in making lemonade and the oneo jilted by a future oily belle lead hi It got there from the vessels in Thuts an Ice cream spoon on Its way which it was manufactured The pros Â¬ to n St Louis girl Pittsburgh Hullo ecution showed that the tartaric acid tin contained OOOtl per cent of lend Tho First Reporter Clurley is what I defense showed that in order to get a call a first nite newspaper man Ho twentieth ivtrt of a grain of the poison always represents things just as they Into ones system it would be nectusry ore Second ditto Hut hu isnt good to drink lemonade every day for M for uny thing when it comes to repro months at the rate of No bottles a day hontlng things as they aro not The experts added gravely that beoid ton Tmiihcript tho twentieth part of a grain could bo Smith and Jones woro having a taken in that manner tho experimenter wordy argument on politics when would dlo of dyspepsia The charge Jones Mild Tho fools aro not all dead was dismissed hut to satisfy tho sanl ycL That Is an unnecessary nssor tary ofllcluls tha judge agreed to state tion said Smith H Why so a ense1 presumably on u wnrnlng to oauso you enjoy remarkably good other evil doors NT Y Sun health yoursolf N Y Prcsi Â¬ inlsfortunoi oft But when my idrl U on my kneo lah HOME HINTS AND HELPS HIE VEILED PJIOPHET MfAj through and seasoned N Y Tribune The Intense Itching- of the gums with which toothing Infants sufTer po greatly may be allayed by giving finely oriulted Ice every few minutes A snueerful may thus be given without danger and the little one soothed and quieted because of the groat relief Detroit Free Press It Is a good plan to keep In the pantry one of those cold chests for desserts and other dishes that should he served directly from the lee A pood size Is about twenty eight Inches high twenty one Inches wide and twenty eight Inches long This chest requires only six pound of Ice a dnj and the temperature can be reduced to freezing point If desired Olngersnups One cupful of sugar one cupful of treacle one cupful of but- Â¬ ter lard will answer mlved lard and Buet from the frying kettle Is better one tcaspoonful of ginger one tea rpoonful of sodn dissolved In two tea npooufulsof hot water Make a stiff dough with Hour and knead thorough ly Uoll as thin as possible cut in small rounds and bake In a moderate oven -- Household Monthly Kggs poached with tomatoes make In u Hut bottomed a very nice variety granite kettle have about a pint of cooked tomatoes break live or six eggs Into u plate and slip in carefullv upon the hot tomatoes loosen the whites at the edges as they stiffen When the whites become coagulated prick the yolks so they will How out eook a few minutes longer and place the mixture on thin slices of twisted bread slightly Ohio Farmer moistened Venetian Almond Cake One and one half pounds of Hour oni and one fourth pounds of coarse powdered sugar pint of egg yolks almond flavor ing Whisk Ihc 4gs and sugar to a very light batter add the flavoring sift the Hour lightly work it into the batch turn it on a tin lined with paper spread the mixture an inch thick pprinkle tin top thickly with chopped almonds and crystal sugar with just a slight lusting of red sugar sand bake in a moderate oven When cold re move the paper cut the cake into squares then cut them across from corner to corner making trianglos iood Housekeeping Â¬ Â¬ Apples tiro used by French coolts In at mast nil fruit pies nnd tltoy glvo that delicate consistency which Is n notnblo feature of their sweet French pastry The fruit In ninny of these pies is not cooked at all but meroly warmed Pinal Arrnnrromonts for His ootya Annual Visit Arrival HturlHr Ornn Inriulo nnd ou TiitmUy-l-Mtr lr wtr mul Mllltnrr rrid Umll on AUrnctluna Week rophct will nrrlvo tho day after to morrow and every one Is now discuss ing the details of his grand entree and of thu magnlllccnt festival parade and ball of next Tuesday For fourteen years In succession tho mystic monarch lias visited tho city arriving every year In a secret manner and not making his appearance until the parade Hut this year the carnival atSU Louis Is so much grander than anything which has pre Â¬ ceded It that ills Majesty has decided to make a formal entree and ho will accordingly arrive by boat on Saturday afternoon He will he mot by the First regiment N U M and by a largo delegation of Influential citizens Tho Prophet will hold a reception at the Imposition in the afternoon and will then retire to his den from which hu will emerge on Tuesday afternoon 1 Â¬ St Louis Sept SO -- Tho Veiled Juccn Wllhcmlna of Holland now a miss of U years In described as possess- Â¬ ing a sweet disposition and protty manners There has boon somo talk itt tho past about her nervousness but people spotlit of her now as a robust rosy healthy girl fond of a romp and a run Sho Is not nbovo dolls yot and takes great pride In showing her assort ment to her friends and In nursing her pets through no end of imaginary all meats A loud rasping and Impatient voice rang out from tho kitchen It was tho voice of tho now cook Mrs lllllusl Well Mary You told mo to bllo the warier mem and 1 have been bllu It an hour and a half 1 want to know if you think Its done yetl loot KlRhtli Do you keep Dr Hassles Certain Croup Curo in the lunisel lr not loo no tlmo in purchasing it for it tnt fiuiint of tiwfrWiii awl an titli Croup Wlmonlng Cough llron ehltis and Quinsy Sore Throat aro cured No ami prevented by its prompt tuo opium M cents For sale by nil prominent druggists throughout thoHtuto A J Hoxslo liulTulo N Y uitr and nolo proprietor NATtitnts on the road along with the other fall travelers Her samples of colors uro unusually beautiful Moslem Ulobe i v h m E8 mfmm Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ iron win nuni o lUlUIftt04ar toMDurAtiftand tha eonwmer amy jmrthw IwmUh er bum package wlta Ibo nrni Tb KUIngWua St or a rolUh la SWlKfi ir niinr llIHil mxI IStntawM ifs Unlike the Dutch Process QmJA Alkalies OR Other Chemicals No nro uteri In Â¬ Clio Vn Kent This In tho prayer of the nervous who do not tleep well Lot them use HoMctluri Stomach Bitters and their prayer will bo npcedllv answered Insomnia is tho prod uct of Indigestion and nervousness two as sociate ailiaoath ooii remedied by tho Hit ters which also vantpi hIich miliaria constipation liver complaint rheumatism aud itlducy complaints Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lots to toll on about said tho real estate man meeting an old friend ou I nwr the Btrcot YoiiUcrs Hlatesmau You AHthnia Da It 8fiurrMNN St Paul Minn will mall a trial pnclcngool Nolilrtiiiunnti Asthma Curo Jut to any suiTcror lives liiHtaut ro Â¬ ller in worm rases and cures where others lull Nairn till i paper and ead aildrosB An she miitinured an her rather hus Â¬ tled two would ho visitors from the front door I tliini hear tint rubtling of the leaves Washlngt in Star I Ilnvo the Both tho method And results when preparation oC Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant W ItAKER COS and refreshing to tho tnsto nnd acta fently yot promptly on tho Kidneys BreakfastCocoa nnd Dowels cleanses tho sysfl wmn trhth i Hhxalutely tem ollectiinlly dispels colds headmi i ftum ami mlubtc aches aud fevers and cures habitual bbh rii lit UliaiiniorAflanrTtrfaffMM in thoHrrnyth ot Cocoa intxetl constipation Syrup of Figs is tho Effli Hi with Bturch l Arruwriiutcco or only remedy of its kind over proti cent it eal3ii8ua nr than onotnr more imp duced pleasing to tho tnsto nnd ac- Â¬ nonilCAl coitlnv k ceptable to tlio Htomnch prompt in ltd drllcloua nourishing and KASiLr uiousTrn its notion and truly benciieinl m its Sold byCiiorcru rTfrywhcra effects prepared only from tho most W BAKER CODorohetor Maihealthy nnd agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to nil nnd hnvo mndo it tho most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs i8 for snlo in fcOo and 1 bottles by nil lending druggists Any reliable druggist who nST S may not hnvo it on hand will pro EX 3Z XT euro it promptly for nny ono vrko TEXAS wishes to try it Do not accept nny ARKANSAS AuRUit till Seitcinlicr SJ Orlobrr 5 1HU2 Bubstitutc via TltK- CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO COTTON BELT ROUTE um I - Â¬ ant-A-T- O HS I O xa and lomviur rr SA V FRAN01SCO CAL Uf Af iv york ny Wl lnr fiirtlitr imrtlcuUr aiMtrii H U WAIINKIU HATCH DltU lSM A Tlvtlnl Autol A tent Dll Mkmhiik Tknn 101 IKVHtK liY HUnONMMM Atft ADAMS 1amAKIi IlltTTANOOlU TKII NAMmlLKlKXN V LAUKAlMK 1 tlrnM INm ATli kM Acnt 8 O ri ltlt hr I di i Mo SINGLE BEOS Why If fa Well for Pcnunm to Sleep liy Tlionmel vet ternal dissensions recover their lost equilibrium and get back their habit ual rate of vibration whereas if continually disturbed and crossed and interrupted they are a long time in getting back to the normal Where two children in a familv must share the same room in a great many cases they would be better ofT to have two single beds rather than one wide double bed We can share a great many things with those we love but solitude clings to us from birth to death We come into the world alone we must go out of it alone in a certain important sense and to get and keep our bearings we must sometimes ho left alone Ills good that we should he lie who has his bed to himself may be essentially alone for a portion of the twenty four hours may have himself to himself anil adjust his internal mechanism to his own satisfaction For a great many woes and ills solitude is a balm what we call solitude for when alone the Immaterial asserts it- Â¬ self the actual fades the real is pres ent with us N Y Advocate Â¬ If these were more numerous than they are a great many people would be better off When one is tired sick cross restless he or she ought to sleep alone and not communi- Â¬ cate by proximity the maladies that affect him The brute creatures when sick go away by themselves till they die or get over their troubles and this instinct a great many human beings have those that have it are best if in Â¬ dulged in it not to the slightest de gree of neglect however Left to themselves they can compose their innut-nf-sorts Â¬ Â¬ Specially city from various locations low rates for the carnival will be made by the various railroads next week and It will be possible to secure round trip tickets for one fare from nearly every depot In this section Advatage should bo taken of this op portunity for the attractions next week are so numerous that fresh enjoy Â¬ ment can be found every day The ex Â¬ position with its four conccrtsdaily by the grandest band In America the fair with special attractions in the ring every day to say nothing or the Veiled prophet and of the magnificent Illuminations of Tuesday and Thursday will combine to make the first week of Octo- Â¬ ber lSVJ a week never to be forgotten by residents in or visitors to the great western and southwestern metropolis Â¬ Â¬ a magnificent spectacle unusual trouble and expense having been incurred in preparing the floats and moving spec Â¬ while from the 7000 gu tacles and electric lights brilliant rays ol countless shades will add to the splen dor and magnificence of the scene Kuormous crowds will view the parade from points of vantage along tho route and excursion-- trains will be run to the Â¬ The Veiled Prophet Tho parade on Tuesday will bo Druggists W II nnirnxJaekson Michigan writes Suffered with Catarrh for lllteeu ears Halls Catarrh Curo mired mo Sold by BOSS HUSKERSA luttuUIn lu flTo sSfer 7e l63b huiiil Del III lis worlil liny tit tlfnUr rffliuwo itirrniillHn uy lui or Hew vrcit easier It Is to sit In tho shade and tell our friends wlua vu intend to do thai it is to go out tu thu tutu and do it Salvation Oil S iiimII urNiUEtuii rAixniriiiMTMiiii i Kmktwuiru T7TT1f1i Vi I II nrtkuur Dovt fool with indigestion nor with a dlHordend llvvr hut lake HceeliamH llds for Immediate elief j cents a bux i Too Slow thing in its clay Tuts thing Is worth looking Into murmured the pretty girl as sho stood fa front ot her mirror Chicago Trlhiiuo Â¬ Iv you want to bo cured of a cough use Halos Honey of Ilorohouiid uad Tar Pikes Toothache Drops Curo hi ono minute bo 4l Tiirar wukui ui mlJnihW is geuerully music la the heir whoa Wixna show which way tho straws blow Tins weeping willow should bo planted In tiers Tuu hello girl at tho telephono ex Â¬ change lias much to answer for m Cuts a queer figure tho Chlncso idol carver N Y Morning Journnl pay neigh hut ho V it rx you oiler eats to a liorso doesnt mean it ho may lan- Â¬ guage of Mars Ho Tue mother tongue Is probably tho YoukorH Statesman Sun Do you Rumtnor In tho No 1 simmer In thu eiiy 1 Â¬ Tho Water lotm Â¬ country ruining clothes un making them thats the trouble with the washboard But its going now and going fast to join the spinning wheel Women find it doesnt pay to rub their clothes to pieces over it They can wash better with Pearline Less work less wear no ruinous rub rub rub Thats the modern wav of wash ing safe easy quick cheap No wonder that many women have thrown away the washboard Q iH cucllcrs and jotnc iinscrutwlotti uroccrs will tell yon this Is as foou nn OU11U or the same as Icarlinc ITS A1HK IVarllne is never peddled in 1 Too Fast Some of them couldnt believe all at once that there was any- Â¬ thing better Just so with every improvement The old way always has some be Â¬ nighted ones who cling to it to the last Â¬ in making clothes this was It had to go And yet people thought it a pretty good luek it Autumn ami Winter Huts Is of belgc A round hat with strings rolored velvet A ruche of velvet stir rounds the crown and a bow of beige colored ottoman ribbon is placed at the buck supporting a cluster of ostrich tips with an aigrette shading from ocige to white The strings are of a light shade of biege Another round Jat has u brim of tobocco brown felt with a narrow silk marabout and soft crown of velvet to match ornnmentcd with gilt pins Irregular loops of brown velvet bows of green flhbon nnd two shaded green quills ire tho trimming A small toque bon ct has a crown of whlto velvet and a Win of gray green velvet folded enclr jlcd by a twist which Is knotted at tho wont A velvet bow Is placed at the Me holding two whlto ostrich tips ld tho strings are of whlto ribbon Jdged -- up and tho other i Ono Is hard ing of green scum The llowers and seeds a pill to got down to get Ih laird are microscopic so that Its appearance I sen Miss Livingston ban bocomo Bui in any given locality Is not readily ac Uo Yca united counted for but wherever it does ap Mm HvliipuoirloneB In tho bonus of hyphen pear the water beneath Is always lit to drink So marked Is this property that PoiNTivn at tho caudal nnnomlagoof the families using the water from bayous hand organ monkey Oulbblo romarkodt Tun mil of u wamilodlun UohUia Tran where the lotus Is abundant are known script to have better general health than those A UK8T within a rest a good bed onasafa taking their drinking water from place It Is Hhlu Hams Horn where the lotus is not found often transplanted into ponds bayous When j on sco a counterfeit coin on tho and lakes spreads with wonderful Hldowalkalways pick It up You aro liable rapidity and never falls to do Its work toarrcm If you try to pass IL well Chicago Times Osr cant JtidRo of thenvorngo boys In- Â¬ mind ho On a celebrated occasion in Vienna tellect by thu IIUio ovIJeneo or him In all 11 vo when Ida mother tmuaku to when there was much excitement the Kuropcau courts over affairs of international moment the French em bassador was suddenly recalled by hl It Is a very grave alTalr government Prince Metternieh was asked Is It not tills recall of 9 by a ladv at a court ball Not so grave I as embassador the jure you madame tho prince respond as It would have been If It had ed been tho French embassadors cook who I nm hnppy to state to you nnd Tho embassador can was recalled to suffering humanity that my wife cook easily bo replaced but not his Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ There is a plant growing in the south It N a cold day whoa get left ou ern waters of the United States which served tho palm leuf fan 1 possesses the singular property of being hurt lr you do not want your feelingsNews able to render the most impure stand ing of water perfectly healthy The peo- keep ihomoutof tho way Galveston ple of Louisiana and Mississippi call it Tin only way It pays a pnrnon to ho his the water lotus It consists of leaves own lawyer Is to Keep his own counsel about the siz of the head of a pin and get thuro hut tho quos AST person roots so line as to escape notice except tlon Is what I can going to do after ho ar hu under a microscopic inspection Where rives Dallas News it grows at all it covers the water and What In tho difference between a hill and to the casual observer looks like a coat Â¬ Â¬ IT IS arlfiuiil family I o net tin IipnIvalue Iur your moiii y Iioiioml7o In your rniiiwrnrby inr chttnlnir W I Doilulnn Hliors whlrli riiiifMiiit I lie lifMt Ynlui for price nUcd Ri ihouhniiilri iii iiktny KV TAICE NO HlIlSTITlfTH A Back ynur OITVyonown your nroeer scads you foiuctlilnt Tones UTu 7 buh la lilnnj of Icarlinc ho JAMUS 1VLU New YotV W L DOUGLAS IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY A urnulnr nrvrtl wlioo in trill not riv dno onlf nennilrvs ammiih limliin lloxlliin uiotn i oiiiformlmMylli nnd duratilo tbno any othir l tvrr sold at thu prloo Inual cuituiu iiiacla abuea THE IE8T SHOE 3rlVE QENTLEMEN II Â¬ Â¬ August Flower tottn THE POT INSULTED THE KETTLE BECAUSE THE COOK HAD NOT USED cotliiK from C4 to fJ ntn9H llnnd Movrd flnocalf orn The mX nwy dial Uututlotioe oversold at tliro price mot ntyllcb JS Thruuuai aaaaaaaaaaaV ftUBAtMftUHlHHE fine ImiKtrntl hoea iintlUK from S to flii liy rnrmrn ami all CO SO fallen Hhor worn tlirro miImI exicnilun other who nljjo hoo want a kikmI lipnty rnlf rnny to walk In and w III korn tho fret dry ami warm OU lliin fair vUft aud 9i WorUhiutiirnn Hhoca any for Pba will tlvo invrowi arTho tlio money than fchowother nmko il nro mndo for service Incrvonliiif that work Thry hnvo foutirt thl out liifinm Hrlinrtl Hhnra aro Youtlia J and tho hoya everj whero Tho moU icrvloo worn liy the price ntile nhori wild 09 and Howod D 1 I K G iiioeHwnitMlaacaarn 6X50 of tho hem 173A Donmndo BaMUIGaw Cnir n for aro very nyiun com ola or flnn dinreu Tney dtirahlit Tho 3 nhoo rqunl ftntom mad nrtahla and ljdle whuwUU locoouu hoc roitlriK fn in C to mlta In their footwear nro finding thl out VA I1TION llawarvof illnuhtimtlnBhoiwltr nutW - Dniiuln nnmo nnd tho iirlrilfttamiit nil bottom iucB aultltutiona aro frnudiiletit and aubjoct toproaccu cv rUti Vr L UUUULMO onUto Aa rnD vi i nnnni e ounce u y n r nhtalnluK money tinder falo rreteuci your iuiro aonil ill r ret Inrtorr If not for anln Inrrr Will vivo iixrlualvntoanln to afuilaix Kind mlpirn unit wim h HCiirrttl ntor khoo dcBler it Iranian i okiiiuo cliuutM wlivru 1 liuv it no uumila Wrllo for tntalotrun V J Ilreruten Mna I PJu nAvci K9J d 9ln VHUIIIlBHBHri mArFlfr Harpers llazar -- Smith jrortly argument on politics when ones said Th fools aro not all dead fet That Is an unnecessary assor n and Jonea wore having a Mid Smith Puse yourself you Why so no enjoy remarkably N Y Fjw good Kntcrprlsc Merchant James you might as well call round to tho glaziers and ask him to como and put In a pane of glass James Yes sir Merchant Ami whllo you aro out you might call at tho painters and get some largo signs Â¬ painted announcing a large mark down and repairs Ill sale during alterations got up an ad for tho papo u Yankee Made May I Ho tenderly A Warnlng around your waist She put my arm lUild Cortalnly but remember that my waist IHffCd MHr0 vetmenlwiUjuwlllbeprcflUbU UpreiiRlllTldBl AUdrsi Manny so small that It attracts attention fUAUMS Mrfl CIU HIr W UTUKMI is now Household Monthly has used your wonderful remedy August Flower for sick headache and palpitation of the heart with satisfactory results Forseveral years she lias been n great sufferer has been under the treatment of eminent physicians in this city and Uoston and found little relief She was induced to try August Flower which gave immedaite relief We cannot I C Frost say to much for it Springfield Mass GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS SAPOLIO SHOULD be used in every KITCHEN measure mi u IlKiioyurnoirInitruclorTIi t Mniiiii nwiinL t1j mfit Hy Mr Tho heit ani SAPOLIO tv and doeoratlvn work on jha market A K flOTHERS FRIEND Autnin UANKMdbUUHHA avNAMaiHM fAJ M IMf j nriijnr iTAmn JliHf OUT writ is n Bclontlflcally prormrcd Liniment lmrralosa ovory ingredient 1m of recognized value and in conBtant uso by the mod I cat profession It abort ons Labor Loascna Pain Diminishes Danger to lifo of Mother and Child Book To Mothers1 mailed free con talning valuable Information aud voluntary teatimoniala iumI Plson Iteroedy for I Heat Kaaloat to Uao Catarrh U the jM mid Cooapcat 50 tlold hv AniBit lata or nnt liv wall K T iraxvitlM WarrB Im m K A N K WMXN H 141 - NrWIELO KEBUUTM CO k4aijaUanigslM mil H WHiriNSTtf ASVBKTM1HW MJUAK aUt tk4 f m law t A4varttMM4JwItt 1 1 o wmnH JW 2 J T w 1 vt i i nnmiiiiiii iinnif t inwuinwnni n I - m InvantliHis mnd Thafr Data English Itookit wero fiiat printed by CnxluH H7 J Jluilcr ukatw wero invented by Plyrop tonslSM S Alcohol urns I firut discovered 4 in the jBaume 1708 The thermometer was tlio invention of nlileo 16U0 Vhv first eiistdron plow was nmde by Newbold 1707 The Ariiutrong gun wr planned by AriiiHtront 18 The knitting machine win invented by Uooton 1770 Aniline tlvc were discovered by Unver in 1820 watches were invented Noel 1801 hfAordmetcra were first described by Entlwindlng jpteni IASU thirteen tli century r Covered cartridges wero firnt used in TouritniiatlitirufiylrifrfrciiNmplo Dampen a piece of flannel with Cham iy Innrt r llrltlirOiHWivi Verrochio 1470 Choked Him to Doath 41 ouviou rnuiiinvAiiu jlc umi AlJryt Halm and bind it on over berlains Pain Thu torpedo was the invention of Dr the scat of pain It is better than any Joe Debard killed a Joe Hall at White Bushncll 1777 plaster When the lungs are sore sue House a mountain farm twenty seven The steam fire engine was the work of an application on the chest and another miles above Louisa Ky on election day Eriosoii 18JJ0 on the back between the shoulder blades Debard cut Hall severely with a knife Optical Goods Gun eap were first used in 1822 in the will often prevent pneumonia There is and then finished the work by choking EukIIhIi army nothing so good for a lame back or a pain him to death Both miners Fliitts for gun locks wero ned in the in tlio side A f oro throat can nearly French Army 16110 Olobu Democrat Steam navigation was once looked up always be cured in one night by apply FOB GOOD WSftR itn a flannel bandage dampened with on with doubt So was the power of Dr Tlio Chlritu IcilKr Pain Balm 50 cent bottles for sale by Fennere Cough Honey to relieve any Is twenty years old and has a circulation Uosc a Jones cough in one hcur until thousands of Gentlemen Ladies of 1 10000 copies a week It is u comtrials demonstrated tho fact Equally bined story and family pnper fully up good for horses No Peers Left For a Jury Giyes energy and to the time in every particular and They were alxjut to lynch a horse strength Money refunded if satisfaction handsomely illustrated There is a Fin h thief in a western town when a lawyer not given For Bab- by Hose fc Jones ion Department and also a Voting Peop from the Fast who happened to be pres According to results nrcomplfehcd les Department cither of which alone in cut stepped to the front and asked if he There is a little known public reservMT STERLING KY in addition to a liberal coiuiuituiuu of wortli the Htiliscription price of 2 00 per could not say a few words before knock ation in Colorado called Lmt Park It 100 for nix month or 60 cents ing the barrel from under tho prisoner contains a herd of twenty live grown yeii for three montliH Send for freuspecimen Permission was granted on condition buffaloes A party of hunters and tax twenty per cent 3t2roiiHhnmiiits of iroduce nnd the copies and inducement for clubs Iloys that ho would make it short putroiniLt ot Mountain Merchants reppec idermistH are said to be hunting them to Also and irirls everywhere are making money fullv Miliritcil JcNlr Gentlemen he said you should not extermination The governor is after sellim tho Ledger to regular customers take the law in your own hands in this the depredators GUESS PREMIUMS Write for particulars Address the pub manner You are not fair to Yourselves V D Iloyce 113 115 and 117 Why do you not let this man be tried dy lisher For headaches biliousness constipaFOR SUBSCRIBERS Fifth avenue Chicago n jury of his peers tion dizziness sleeplessness tho blues Hold on tliar stranger interrupted scrofula the blood and all skin eruptions No Impossibilities or rntcrtutn A Successful Institution WINCIII3STKII KY the lender Youvo said enough He Dr Fenners Blood and Liver Remedy The enrollment at the Academy is ties Kvory thing Fuir Honor- Â¬ X II WITIIIISPOON Prohilent tried more than fifty per cent in excess of the cant bo only by a jury of his peers for and Nerve Tonic never fails Warranted boss thief left in thecouutry to satisfy or money refunded hes tho Could able Plain and Positive KJ lUNTKK Cashier enrollment at the same time of any pre- and he wont be here long nnd he kicked this be afforded if the Remedy wasnt vious nesaion The work done by most For sale by Rose Jones See programme in tho of the pupilu is very satisfactory All in tho barrel and settled tho business on the certain Paid up Cnpitii 20000000 SKl all thii promiiws to be the most success Surplus 0000000 The Sweetwater Texas Review Nov fill sernion in the history of the iiiHtitu Chninberlnlnn Kyntuul Nkln Ointment Uli says Eider D II Fallen tho new This JJank solicltn the accountn of mer tion Every week wo hear of young A certain euro for Chronic Sore Eves eliants fiiriui rs tniileriianil lnisiinvsH nifii men and women now teaching who will Tetter Salt Ithcum Scald Head Old preacher just employed by the Christian Utiierully tlirmiKliont KiiMeru Kentucky enroll hs boon aq their chnols clone Chronic Sores Fever Sores Eczema Itcli church will preach in that church Sun oilers its custonierx every facility anil When the attendance demands it other Prairie Scratches Sore Nipples and Piles day morning and night Everylxidy is of our Fourth Aunuul Contest ninong nnd most Hheral terniH within the liiiiitcof tlie invited to come out and hear him teachers will bo employed and ample It is cooling and soothing leiitimate Imukini Hundreds of octlHlv Agents for lnrgcst clubs timo and attention will be given to every cases have been cured by it after all other pupil How can wo teach ko many By treatment had failed It is put up in 25 Coughing leads to consumption Kemps Q An Agency for tho Wkhkly classifying grading and putting in the and 50 cent boxes For sale by Hose BalsHiu stops the cough at once whole time in school work Will parent Jones ENjunait is u profitable business It is net 8 MTSTEULING KY assist in this work or will they permit Happy and content in a home with The Ro- tlio best school in the world to prepare their boys and girls to bo careless and Openly Charged With Dishonesty chester a lamp llh the light of the morning Camtal 200000 Sunnrs 30000 negligent about their school duties To the members of our legislature Catalogue write Rochester Lamp Co New York one for a business contact with tho When your boy in told to do more study- jointly and severally no matter whether J M niOSTAFP PreioNktit G L KHtKIATHICK Vice Preshlenl public n stepping stone to business ing you should not get into a pet and they are Peoples party men Republicans W W THOMSON CiiNliier encourage him in his indifference When or Democrats we give tho following qualification and future prosperity some task is given him for straight tip free of cost Cp to a cer- Â¬ v jaaWraT mam irwtmmamtmvm9mn j We xolicit jms rt1 Trrjw of duties etc you should glmlly tain time the people of the state onlv We want good Agents to solicit for chantsrcMioctfully traders the luiHincss of mer R KiPAnkPtrc tSU a farinerM and Inihhicsx imu wo that tho task is done Otherwise the charged them with inexperience and lack generally tlirotihotit KuHtern boy governs tho parent instead of the of leadership but now they are openly subscriptions The inducements are general liaiiking liusintHs doneKentucky A iiveutn parent governing tho boy Spare tho charged with dishonesty and with obehauce to henil you n hank hook nay your extra good rod and spoil tho boy or uo tho rod and taining money on false pretenses cheeks and loan vou money mIicu in nertl Some make tho boywhich You are making of them arc running for congress or for W TiiomiSon Cnxli ENQUIRER COMPANY characters for this world and more you other offices some are attending the are making characters for tho world be Ioxiiigtnn races while many others are CINCINNATI R S ST11ADER SON yond IHazel Green Academist home looking after their private affairs at Successors to J A La A Co and in view of facts like these we do not Every Tho Kuturiliiy lltiulo see how these men can parry the attacks 74 E Main Stiikkt LHXINOTON KY Is the greatest newspaper wonder of the that are being made upon their personal II IHILLirS ssage It is four years old and has a cir integrity Wholesale Dealers in WITH Kflll AS Woodford Sun eolation of over a quartrr million copies a week The latest sensations and the CATALOGUES Straight Kentucky Whiskies your children subject to croup inojt marvelous events are written up in If Are you should MINlTHS never be without a Ini Â¬ JOIIIIKIIH IN tho best style- and fully illustrated Hub tio so PKOCIUMS of Chamberlains Congh Remedy It Wines Brandies c criptious received at 200 per year is a certain cure for croup and bus never PAMPHLinX Hardware Agricultural Implements 100 for six months or 00 cents for three KNVKLOIES FINK OLD WHISKY A SPMCIALTV known to fail If given freely as OLIVHH CHILLKI PLOWS MALTA mouths Special inducements to clubs beencroupy cough WCTTKIt lUOADS CKLVItS AND TOUACCO tho appears it will prevent Send for free specimen copies IJovs lLOWS COOKS MILIJr NOTIv HKAlKS KVAp the attack It is tlie sole reliance with Auciils for Old Iligh Old IViicr OW overywhero are making big money sell OKATOKS CHAMPION lKIKKS 1ULI I1KADS Tarraud Old Tajlor ing tho Hlado on tho streets Write for thousands of mothers who have croupy AND MONVKHSSTODDAKI SPATHMKNTS AND children and never disnpoiuts then particulars Address the publisher W There is nod mger in giving this Remedy AlMK HAHHOWS SALK IJILLS 1 Noyce 11H 115 and 117 Fifth avenue DOOHS AND SASH A SIKCIALTY 111 XJKUS in large and frequent doses as it contains Chicago CAitns 110 and 112 Skcond SntKirr nothing injurious 50 cent bottles for TAiS sale by Roe Cut Prico House Jones A Bank Tellers Lucky Dream IltONTON O Sic V Tho undiscovered Ideas of a dream may llli ec I 57 JIACKSTKKKT A Largo Cypross Tree some times eorrcet the errors of the day Kxecnted with nentnewuuid din A paving teller in a bank noticed among Tho large cypress tree planted by John CINCINNATI OHIO at the In wet VV pntch mitl with jmm1 t pricen tho line of natrons one particularly noisy Bartram in 1MS in his famous botanic VJjjw IliiMiftiMit material and impatient individual who insisted uardun nuir lliiludclnliin h ttll irmv rvnKuwrvis shawls iiosiand lirit elatut worknuuhip KltY filVI s ItLAXKI rrs si Hindi the immediato payment of a cheek iiik Inert mid im about lJO feci hili nnd SNA WK CotlltT COMIAltlSON AND PKNDKUS nnd all kinds r Miinll for 50 as he could not wait ids turn 18 foot in circii inference Some excite ClIAIIINUKCoMIinITlON niirt iiiil other uikmU in Notion iiml The teller to get rid of his importunities niiiit was created in lliiludclnliin Iv the Q When yon want any nrintimr ruruishiuv Ooods Line paid him and thought no more of the Mitieincnt mat mo city mr rniiaih inina 4v t u anv i i i r ti t -circumstances At tho end of tho iKal v iswi nil ir nililroua at anv time call nii iiimi VIIIHWI iii i ii in Liinini MM t i Pi ii i A Co rf year tho books of tho bank showed a intended to cut dnwu the tree and send sPKViKit pnnpKu - v Cliiinli Stieel tu York deficiency of 50 and after a weeks the trunk to tho Chicago fair Of enow Hazel reen Ky J CURES HOTHIHG BUT XQ VSHciul attention to until unlrr PILES hard work in trying to make them bal lliere wan no truth whatever in thin ru most in qcA iTiTr ance he gavo the matter up and drew mor but it tended to how how much Illbl l Vi- A 8URC and CERTAIN uts personal check for tho amount The interest the public took in preserving CURE same night ho dreamed and the whole fine old tree- Knvtnfor 0yara s tho BEST H REMEDY FOR circumstances of the noisy individual Tnftr4tj HIllUKDBUSTUIjmmiPILES UflS to 5T Mr W M Terry who has been returned to him m clearly that ho went Livery Feed and Sale Stable to tho partys account and found where drui buiciirMti nt Klktou Kv fi 1 i HOlSK Clminberlains tho money had Ixcn paid and never en past twtlti- eri mivf II HAZEL GREEN KY Couch Reitnily iriwi better iitNfiuation rliMv I tered in tlio books of interest WBttW irk Mas 10 U DAY Iriirleln s than anv otm r emiuh medicine I have Huh lioiihf Iiuh liffn reeemlv refiitetl ami A Itutrtnitcrtl Uiiiiiily rO poulile iiutl Sinvlf ever feiihl Tlnre it gyud ieiiMn for iiimi ikiiiu iuhhire IlirllcH iinrxi rehirnU iimI tlami Ilic mlili- N at all imih h MeKriinine tlio only permanent cure thin No other will cure n cold m quick for st j conviy plieil uiili tM for nil forniHof headache and neuralgia ly no other iTrlaiu a preventive iil to itnv point oil rniKoii reiiNoimlili Siuiiii room uttaclieil anil m relioves tho nain in from 1T to JO niin and euro for oroup no other allnrds o eiul raten to i oninHTciul mni Wry 3t8 O altle terms PiUroiiiice is UIO ntcn ForKaioon punitive guarantee at much ndfef In enwRof wluxqiiug eough reHieflfiillyolliItnl ujiy j SlT I mHI also Mttctlll to nil culls fur inn TilK IIiitAll ollicc or Kent jxwtpaid by For sale bv it m A lom Has loci all Worm Fomedfes tioaeeriiig anil xolicit InislneiN of iliU kind QTAMPKU Mini on receipt of price fiO ctintx a box MrdlMHK EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED ISetiiertfnllv Ac AlTOItNKYS-AT-LAA FlK it for 700000 Acros JOHN l PIKKVIT j h One great aim of the teacher honld U Ill Southern Cohuadna claim haw Itcon rryr4t IIHIUIIU tV mi UlUim f HTtOII CAMITON KV to hoc that piinlls aciiuiru a cnminiind of filed in tlie Iliit i Siate eourta of nri Will iraetiee in the court languago anil it concise one of it a ii I vatc land clainiM which involves ofWoHcaiiiltlu adJoliiliiK i w uMiiriiiiit I cannot tell know hilt CO vMioinx n iiiisiiifhNciitriiNiiMl htMII mnthedi cour ncrtw or over lliirtythreo Miuare iiiiIch toour care icL To Ih ablo to ntato clearly and IK A I Ill ni iroiujit aittiiition forcibly onos thouuhtH In it nocYsi nry riu ritift wni iiitUuted bv lkniainin I KKS IX WIIOIIMVIl Itnckford 0 and thing nnd it in the duly of tho teacher to Ilodccf who rcMdwat Blacksmiilis and Wagonmakers MAUPIN give tho pupil tho training that will in hid claim alleges that tho grant was wini HAZKL tillKrN KY enable him to tin ho Tho American inado to Senor Cnrpux Cliriitl by the king of Spain 211 yearn ago I lodges and D Educator MlackMiiitliinn all kind olnited other clients uro grandchildren of the work iroiniU done We make a i liy WHOLIvSALK DHV GOODS Why imii this a pood thinir Dr deceived xenor Tlio land in question in f huildliiK jjus mid KiianiMt NOTIONS HOOT SHOES Ar all workFonncrH Kidney nnd Ihtckncho Cure Ik thickly nettled by homcatcadertf and the NOTICK fdlIy AII o ire indehled to IIh Third Itaieaml tnlon Stx WHrrHiitcd to givo satUfactlon in ovcry milt will bo bitterly contented PATLKTrsuriUJKY linn or ultlier of n- lor work un t I Â¬ INTINNATI O Such a propochm or monev returned ami Millie and oash orMilibliieor truiw 1h thought of If tho med Medicine moves tho bowels each We rnrry the pooU llmt will ul t votir Inticfl sition couldnt SaftSUBa lVrrvia1 him iumh he jleiiitinded for all work iliwc lnreHllcr For day In order to be healthy this U nee trade ami tmr prlee are TIIK IOWKSt icine WHfut superior to all othcr are wiUI nt thin ulllee at 10 cimiIhu ilnien jhiiuklii mmi for Mt loitrouiineiia0 wile by Koho Jon cm essiary Spiviul Htloiiilon to nmll urtlem 5r and tho beat pencil in town at fie apiece HeltiiiL a coinlnuiiiice of the winie rccpeetfully lJOdl A ItHl h Tlio first planter dorhon cat was made by Ro Etoctod Secretary Not the Only Object Tho Alt Sterling Advocate of the 8th The mere communication of n knowl- Â¬ edge is not the only ol jeet to be kept in iusU unvs Miss Mattie Quiclcwill reour minds in constructing a system or turned Friday from the meeting of tho However impor- - State F iV L C at Owciisboro last week academical education information we receive from a hhe reiMirls the meeting wHI attended tant the Much particular author may be and whatever and its proceedings harmonious improvements iiiijjlit bo made in the business of ImjKirtnnce to the order was method of communicating it by a more attended to l S Hate of Jefferson ft rid examination it must be observed county was delected slate president and that such methods embrace only the Miss Mattie Quicksall of this city was means and not tlio ultimate object ol our re elected Kcretury treastirer t PtEflSffHT Iff wtriV vtvttoTf education iiiey icnti to improve me power oi comprehension and ot memory Alexanders army knew no defeat The nut they are never calculated to confer sniue Is true of Dr Fenners Golden He imivsv j w jji that penetration by the means of which lief It is warranted to relievo tooth the student generates new trains of think ache headache neuralgia or anv other THE NEXT MORNING I FEEL BniQHT AND ing and acouirt s the habit of climating pain in 2 to 8 minute Also bruises NEW AND MY COMPLEXION 13 BuTTEH h Mrrf tho grounds of his judgement and of wounds wire cuts swellings bites burns ffnllrI on the tomiutlrlnt l Mr d tnr say It t MifklJnrjriL mil atln 7hi combining nnd expressing such inform summer complaints colicalo in horses mule from lutrt and U tip rial forutMrtla ation that ha been obtained Selected diarrhuta dysentery and flux If satis lc It rll1 faction not given money returned For If Thn llmt rintter wile by lom Alldrti8BlMllllntnofnlHOBpnckiic Jones Â¬ j mmm -- Â¬ mmmh mM aM Hp Solid Kliy4 RHfelliu Kl1TnFManursicturIne 35 E- j8Wfil6 STREET - MAIN Custom Homo Square I LEXINGTON Â¬ WATCHES UAHmU YlHHliV t LANES MEDICINE DIAMONDS CLOCKS Â¬ JWtXRY gflte 8000 PAY Â¬ Trimble Bros WHOLESALE For or - 5 to 500 Cash Â¬ Â¬ aaoGsas Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ winchesterbank Â¬ -- weeKly En aoirer Â¬ Traders Deposit Bank Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ gPRINTING f rf wwm ttp Â¬ i m m o Description 1 1 - J W M KERR CO Â¬ M cv H G FEDERi TABLERSPII rc bugkeyeTILC OINTMENT rii - - 1 1 - I iu 1 -- iii - man T J w M Â¬ l Â¬ - -- t Â¬ J PIERATT DAY m FOR mm 8110 PI s fiRSAM YERS3BFUGE nniijLi YEARS W soro uvwiintr jiLOUIS STIX k ROSE SeBUSK c V Dry Goods notions c HI1 H CARPENTER i - 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