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SPENOtiR COOPEK Owner and Editor HaZJEL GREENHERiffiDlt Of a Noisy World With Nowa From All Natlona LwrabYtoJ 177 at II Back K1GUTII YJSAll 100 1802 rt - fr- - V i ii A YCA AIWy In Ailyn HAZEL GllEO WOLFK COUNTY i KYM FlUDAY DJS0EM1M8R 0 NUMBER -- 37 tn The School Book Qntitiix The recent oIuuiko mndo hv tho Htuto boanl of education is tho school books of tho state in tho most disastrous oflicial action to tho intorest of tho hcIiooIh and tho people of tho state known in twen Â¬ ty years For fully that length of time it has boon tho steady aim of tmiimimn mSfciwtifttttttt vxssszn rnryn OF lVVfVV The Geld Care A k OUR TEXAS LETTER The Greatest Effort 1 f I J y EAIB WJeJw4 ah w JEnglisli Kiteheii i all boards of odncation to Himplifv tho course of study establish uni- Â¬ formity and reduce tho expense of books as much hh possible Thoso points had been practically accom ples party J0al8S0 Hoggs major ity over the highest 58744 Tho plished when tho present board republicans have about 00000 votes camo into oflico They found tho in the state in their stato conven- Â¬ list of text hooka used in tho tion thoy endorsed Mark the bolt- schools out down as Secretary er A negro is leader of the repub Â¬ Headley says to IhiKy nino books lican party To take the republi- Â¬ and absolute uniformity establish Â¬ can vote from Clark his vote would ed in all but six countioH of tho be small Our third party friends state with poaco and quiet and claimed to be the peoples party prosperity prevailing Thou tho but it turns out that the democrat Â¬ change came and those thirty niuo ic party is the peoples party In books have inoroasod to tOfbooks unity there is strength and if dem instead of 1G0 recited by Secretary ocrats will only stand together like Headley More than this thoy have adopted 10 books in addition tillttl atr lj o Takoa uspoon- - true patriotic citizens ought o to the above ostensibly for coun Â¬ and t I III lu ovry two hours when awakho equalwork together for good giving ty teachers library aitd 112 bookn 1 I rights to all and special to tw or three weeks Aftor tl for district libraries making in tho I IT WMI J second or third day im ro will ho none giving us good honest laws aggregate 10 books practically ad Â¬ mm no dcsjro for drink Mcdicmo to and redeem us from under the iron opted for the school children to nm otVcot a euro will not oost ovorSoO heel of republicanism no other purchase ro v Kvory Department Ovprilowhig to its utmost capacity 1 This is not a think every paper should help party need to try to get in power Wo say practically for tho reason catch penny sale of imy kind but pood liom t values nnd qualities tho poor by publishing this pre- and believe the democrats will that a very innocent looking littlu at fair prices Durim the eimiiiip week wo will display full surely unfurl heir banner of freo scription Mits Wm Cakthh lines of Moms and Joys Ulotliinp ropioronting tlnrhaib dom and with the beautiful ilag of foot note at tho end of the several ill imTMkM inauufactutors in the Initod States and liberty march like true statesmen lists savH most of the books in- Edward 0 Loocii Wo will forfeit our leputation of tliirtv Kurnpc to the capitol of this the greatest eluded in the miscellaneous list for years standing in Lexim lon We liavo nevi no iiuornaiionai monetary con Â¬ county teachers library aro suit- Â¬ er failed to keep our promises heretofore ference at Brussels is of vital in- Â¬ and grandest nation under the able for graded fioe school districts The idea of beautiful blue skies of heaven and and for moro advanced pupils in terest to Americans That we will sell you the best aIimis Suit at the meeting originated with Ameri Â¬ give us laws that will relieve us othor districts This is virtually That v will scll you tin best Mons Suit at 10 ca and most of the leading nations from under the pressure wo aro throwing open the gates for 100 undergoing have accepted the invitation to now Democracy has won the day That wo will sidl you tho host Mons Suitat lf books and inviting hundreds of send delegates empowered to dis- Â¬ book agents into fhoatate to harass That wo will soil you the host M oils Suit at 20 Democracy If hero to stay cuss the weighty financial quesDemocracy relief will hrii the touchers disorganize thosohoojs That wo will soil you tho host Al oils Suit at 2o tions which now confront all civ- Â¬ And free us front republican string and impoverish tho people Jh Democracy blots tho name ilized status Our own delegates wnoie movement is an appauiiK Democracy of renowned fame OUR MERCHANT TAILORING DEPARTMENT represent all phases of Amorioan mistake tho motives for which il Democracy true and tried opinion so no sootional interests Is tho finest in tho Hi i ted States iur Cutters and Workmen are lirst is absolutely impossible for us to To tho friend of poor mankind Wo are duhuj the largest business we have ever done olass artists will bo endangered Kdward 0 to you Tin- IIbiiald and comprehend in justice to tho gen Â¬ Success Come and make your clcctiotm early Leech director of tho mint goes democracy V T ICimuohk tlemen on the board in an advisory capacity His great Tho new list of text bdoks put experience in tho supervision of Givo Him tho Pio out by the stato board of education mints and assay ofhees purchaso Among the main applicanlH for is a formidable document of twelve coin- Â¬ federal place in the of bullion and regulation of Kentucky dis Â¬ m age makes his opinion in the mat Â¬ tribution of pie the upper Big San Â¬ nagos of small typoclosolv printed Tho dy valley comes forward with tho They must havothought thoy ought ter of silver indispensable LEADIXCJ OOTHIHIWuiul TAILOKS statistics of that department are name of J Ton Waller S Jlarkins to do somothing and thoy did it Director of Prestonsbtirg for district attor- - The state will clearly understand entirely in his hands that it is the professional touchers LEX3NGTON KENTUCKY Leech believes that there is too ney isir tiarkins is a splendid of the board alono who aro re Enc- lawyer a talented and much silver in tho market V9 cultured sponsible for it Tim ex oflioio frftotKfro sX land will bitterly opposo gentleman a good business man members are not oxpectod to un Â¬ but as the interests of India of untiring energy and last but seem to call for the measure this by no means least is a Democrat derstand tho question excopt in its legal bearing Lox Obsorvor fact may modify its attitude who knows no faltering or sulking in the camp of his party An Mou of Promiuonco Saved by Shoop indefatigable laborer in the rank A sword which General Shoridan A heavy snow storm prevailed in of party sorvants and one who has And a pood lamp is said to have used at Fort Yam- Â¬ wlmn it ic nnt cimnlt it- is nil southern Idaho recently for four not heretofore sought place at the tviic hn cimnli hill Ore is now in the possession mmliJAHwJ not good Miw these inpragf days Nellie Logan tho Sinilf JMiuiu Good hands of tho parly ho so ably and of an Oregon Indian I he Rochester Crp Ttegg daughter of lames Logan of loyally serves it scouts tho plainest 13 words mean much hut to sec Jules Simon protjy s All metal will impress the truth more forcibly IiilNide taking a well filled lunch and most unmistakable justice woman makes a says that a lawyoy dangoriotis basket in her hand and accompan Â¬ that the new district attorney of tough and seamless and made in three pieces only She has boon known to miiko a Like Aladdins it is absofufity stiff aiu unbreakable ied by a little terrier started across Kentucky should bo Hon Walter S dangerioiiH client too of old it is indeed a wonderful lamp for its mar tho divide for school A short time Harkius of Prestonsbtirg PainlH Of Ma okay tho California mil- Â¬ velous lidit is purer and brighter than gas licht V after the girls departure snow be Â¬ villo Courier lionaire it lins been wittily Haidj softer than electric light and more cheerful than cither gan to fall heavily and as she had Ho is a man you would iiki to niilnc not at noon reached her destina- Â¬ nuThnsii l Uip wk Pir UiNtim Tin KooiiisriM If Hie lnnipli m Uiustinlfit rnlnloRtip Gorbotts Ambition u lor our Kix lie tn mi ine ilvlr vu wiut fftnl know if ho wore not rich mill wc will hi iitl von n lamp rifely hv rxprcsyour tliokc ol over li00l tion it was known that sho was Pugilistic champion Jim Cor It ottd Two stained glass windows in vurliius Iioiii ll v iiignl im Mote in An active search was insti- Â¬ bett figured recently as an investor lost 3tO IIKSI MI IIM1 CO VI lurk lMnrc Now York Clly memory of Ceneral Hubert 15 Loo tuted and day and night parties of in real estate Tn company with have been Â¬ but bt Pauls white men and Indians wandered his manager William Hrady the copal church ininRichmond Epis f4jIr- over the snow clad hills hoping to champion drove up to Morris park Colonel Golden appointed mem Â¬ MavMM find a trace of tho missing child Now l ork city and on the way saw ber of the board of education in Jler dog was found frozen still The a piece of ground on Jerome avo New York is a former Pittsburgor littl wanderer was found alive and nuo near high bridge which caught and has served on tho stall of Gov well but terriblv weak in one of his eye Jle inquired the price of JAY-EYE-S-EE Wilson Palmers old stock sheds it and imiuediatety purchased it Pattison Maclfayo is an absorbod if Steele Mil J I Oask Hlckorr Irovo Kami homo i uilh no rninnnninns hiivo ii dnvnii Tho property consists of six city student of reptile lore At ono WiVtWiys After irjuitt Haclne of pwry known remedy J remove a Ihtko IJiiiirii S Hooey sheep among Whom she had lots and tho price paid by Corbott time ho kept a rattlesnake at largo s snuggled and thus escaped death was 83000 On ono of the lots is in his study Ho would write with ZnWhJtoM E hv freezing She said she lost hor a fine road house which Corbott in the creature coiled up on his table had been attracted to the tendH to make the headquarters for its head close beside bin hand OUINNS cattlti shed by the bleats of the road drivers Tn speaking of his lIlHlhoheHtnrpparntlonlhnvoovcrujicilorhcnrar Govoner MeKinloy comes from heartily ricoinmciiil It to all Jlorscmcu i sheep of purchase at the Pooplos tjioater long lived sto k His futhor colo I am providing for Corbott said Uchave hundreds cf jurt tcttimonial Will Surely Haufj Today bratod tho completion of his 85ch Thoro will bo ono year a few days ago and a maidon a rainy day yourdruKKlitforlt If ho Prlf 8130 prr boltli- Ask For the first time in the history of low not kPlifciMuasctiiuitornverforlrliex tho state four men will hang by fighter who willbe not o broke sister of his venerable mother who cxi wiuiRUHiii w n iiDin MAttn JLuJUIiilili tho richest fight had eomo on from ihiston was also law from tlm same gallows and at Corbott hopes to or who over lived present the same hour December 9 in the Count Tolstoi has recently de Â¬ Louisville jail Governor Brown William J Haynos a St Louis after a careful consideration of engineer who will bo 101 yours old posited his memoircH including it each ease declined to interfere and Christinas day ia a soldier of three largo diary and manuscripts with tho death penalty must bo paid wars wun a record ior oravory in tho curator of a Kuhhuui miiBoiim AT THK mili Two of tho munforors McCarthy each of them and ho was the en- - ihot J l l i0 V01 1 and Kite are white mou and Thorn gineor of oho first steamboat up iis and Lewis are colored the Mississippi and of tho pioneer v LIVES ti ttt HBTEB 1QUALKD in tup HistbryofLexingtonl Gus Straus Louis IDispumpsiiCld ill 1 Â¬ HP Chicago lady comes to the front and claims Unit drunkenness can fl bo on rod at homo instead of going I to the expense oft altonding an in silt til ion Hero is hor card In the I So much has boon writ- ptblic -- ilitwi rcirardinu tho uold cure for drunkenness that wo all know of 41 11 mi Kioui Kinm mm hum uoou uc- ooinpliahod My lniHband who was a wivok for yours took treatment at an institute over throo years ago uim iius mm no nosiroto taste nqu or siiu01 Mhit it cost us over 100 J had a brother-in-laa chemist who wns a slave to drink hut too poor to take troatmont Ho an alyzodtho modioino my luiHland brought homo and ourod hiniHolf Four of our aoqunintanovs got tho prosorition and ourod thomsolvoH ho following is tho proscription ElootrohYd gold logrs murmto of ammonia 7 grs ooinpouud lluid ox t mot oinchona grs fluid ox- oz glyoorino J J traol of oooa nitrato ol sirycunia gr dis- j J 1 1 1 1 Dear Sir failed to got Tub JIkhaii giving tho result of tho election in Ken- Â¬ tucky Please semi it to me Aftor one of the hottest oampaigiiH in Texas with four candidates in the Held for governor democracy comes out with a grand victory From 20 1 counties reporting a vote of 422 200 Hogg democrat gols 188582 Ularlc holler 2S78S Nugent peo Â¬ SpBxvBit CooiKii Jonah TkxNov i7 t892 w Â¬ 1 I 1 1 1 1 lE ti I 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ L G STRAUS YlK 6644 Seeing is Believing f l1f six-year-o- ld 1 I The Rochester Jay-Kyo-S- w 1 a k AiiivurilV Iwjnd 1 m A - ctio nAuii No 12 W Short Street Lexington Ky I Brcakfunt from 0 A M Kcgulor Meals 25 Cents Meals to Order at All Hour c w Ov u Vy i to 9 a m Dinner from 10 a m to 3 v Ji Supper from Opou front o A M to tew Lamb Frica Fish Chidun and QaniU n specialty uuv xi iiiuiiiu Aiioronuoi niuiuuuum iiiiuimiiii any Kdward ADciiiHon who aftor 00 railway Untiluiw iiBmu ago Mr outs ii nI1iv11 street operator ovor two yours Jim Koono is wlijftim yoarH of Work has nuido a trip ITaynfis followod his trado regularly recoivod mMKHilHtioti ii 4i nn V1111 u pm CU8 LUIGART Proprietor acknowledged loailer of across tho wuyjr io rycroauon in tho Htreflt For tho third Uino thoro in no diflicultj in liuds that Sulljyan Gilbert and Carte Atfco timo of dissolution of part in his history the CulifornUn in smoko provontion whoro inuniyipal up norshipmado about 160000 Rpioiblgtlin wtod km millionHire authoritioa inwistupoh iti f HRCTV- rY of at the jJmo htrwarenU being away of tho imngainoa had left ttM roof PERSONAL AND LITERARY Yon cant them for they dont jA to the nearest settlement he conft4ed tree beMnd and had launched herself belong to you harerefuse to give them I Sir Julian Paunccfolc fi an accom- Â¬ to her a strange secret f on hcrliazardoks journey up and f you attempt force ililmll re plished f I am the custodian of a good deal of musician andean play any thing fKXCKR COOPER FnMUaar She wondered what her mother a bit it with the shine 2 I from nn Erard harp to ai end mans money which I have in my saddle would say or do if the parson should There was no mincing matters with HAZEL dREEft KY bags said tho young minister Very waken and ask to be assured of the Kachel Havelock She clutched the banjo and when he gcta down to reel ing off Yankee Doodlo ono of the naturally it give me much concern for safety legacy What would her reins with one hand and with the it is a young mans fortune I am taU motherof thewhen he should insist upon other held the cocked pistol in the ban strings Is Mire to give wny say ing it to Hocky KIdge where he fa lyings seeing the saddlebags PBAYERCURE IN THE PINES Ono ol the most eloquent things Hachel hoped dits face low with the fercr Tlie lezacr comes his sleep us out of said by tho late Ocorgo William Curtis A kind of a party boy wa Hank Uy heavens you cant beat would last until morning to him from on aunt who died a few by which time With a ptrllfth fncsr an- an honest frank she expected to be at whats in the bnis he suddenly ex- Â¬ of n friend nbout whom ho was writdays njyo in the north and as I was home able to Confldln IHjht in bla Mx blue cjcn He was so true that his In 1 them ing was propose report IMnx looked with a Borf ev bnlf aurprJiw present and ofllciatcd at her funeral I been delivered to its that tho legacy had claimed boys willhce toto have me presslons were like moral Judginen helping and the rightful owner At the Clog thy Mn In SttffKlna ramp hare been made the deliverer of the The road leading through the un- Â¬ An authln somehow Ifaet seemed toatamp He threw himself impulsively toward he was an ndditionnl conscience to hh money You know the state of the broken country to Hocky Rltlgc 3IIm diarunt from u an 1to him just And this miirht well lnw the irirl but the next moment the pis friends JV triflln flavor of upper cruit country Miv Kachel I hare kept but prosperous rillatre some a small tol Unshed inliis fifce and he staggered been written by another of Mr Curtis nnrticn this money u long as I dared without l Jfothln put on but natcral was toward the fringe of the road witu a himself delivering It lor I believed I woa mnes away and a rough winding one wild rlcndly au aocUd but not too free or Ira Chase which now time erv of pain watched by certain characters who among tho greatthen almost lost itself Kachel put spurs to At the same horMi career has been one oMndlann whoso A gentleman born was young Hank Hbaw of varied expert- hills which stood out the parson s An bo didnt drink nor didnt haw would like to jret the contents of ray against the starlit sky like Titans It nud was uir like a roeket Presently ences ranging from plowboy to poll An never ctwsed thet I not tncoh 1 stole away from home saddlebags was a road which Â¬ An when he did be did It In sueh The tlcian from her bad last nhjht with the utmost caution so tion for over it a had a manyreputa- she heard hoofs behind but theroau one time a soldier to preacher was at An awkard way you could toll for surs great commercial tourist stolen bandits were giving chuse Ho us to escape the scoundrelh JIo wan more or lesa of an amaobcrc horses had been run and people had outdituued them all and though traveled for ii SL Louis firin who dealt Well you are safe here Mr Honey- Â¬ been held up and robbed ulnnir it lu Rachel got a glimpse of them once or In agricultural implements Korcr naid tiothn about hl kin and sold bee said Rachel as she looked into men supposed to belong Never let on whar hU home bed been to the horse twice and even wished for another reapers binders and plows to MIs tho handsome face of the young par- thieves Worked right nlonij with the rest of ox shot they at last gave up the chase and sourians An hold hi own with the fowl of as son The girl thought of these events as let her ride into Rouky Ridge with the The wife of Xowton Hcers the act- mil HIg Poot Zokel wh ued to laff Yes but the money There it Is you she entered the rougher and At hi Kcntcol inannor quit hi chaff darker legacy or of Iridgeport Conn gets 50000 oh see he exclaimed If I am tracked portion of the road She thought too An plte out the statement cold an chltl It was daylight when sin rode back and forced to put up so near the scene of the young parson lying sick at her over the scene of her exploit but it was the share of the fund of S00000 left in JJed lick the duffer ai ncl Hank IIL H Tavlor of its delivery to iu rightful owner house and not Infrequently hhe deserted Nothing but a Moo Iv mask trust by her great uncle Jiow the boy wa young Jost turned Mxteen theres no telling what the rascals will thought of Jack Jasjcr who but a few lay at the edge of the road showing a retired wcotton planter ol Kutaw Ala An tho work wa4 hard an the chuek wa for his idow The widow has just not do I have k nrnud by letter that weeks before had paid her some atten that her shot had hit the bandit moan lien died and Mrs Jeers is one of the ten JJui be tnffed It out through cold an damp the lurnte b very ill and needs some tionhad even taken her to a husking she reached home she found Hiram TIM collateral heirs who take the residue m StBBlni was troakln wimp j wio legacy ior immediate cxpcnMJS i and tliii iv ntiiiwt u n iti bllUV ItiCT Honey litee convalescing and lUi tuk with fever o mighty bad the She is known on the stag as Jesslo j no you can itnttirine the Mrniu I um in were engaged to lloat through JIo rotttdn t bo inovwl to town jxwr lad the re- - first time from Raehels own iips he Lee Randolph J am too ill to proceed He tn an 7kcl an Lonsr Dan Lrr to night I am gion learned of the safet3 of the saddlebag Dr Leonard Stayed thnr In tha wood to o hint throws afraid yet I would like to have the Xo she was not engaged to Jack That very day the JlHwmcks learned young plrysieian Freeman a prominent of Cincinnati legacy delivered before morning Ono day twa Sunday hed got o waok Jasper though ho wtis a handsome fel- - that Jack Jasper was lyftifr baliy of the Cincinnati quarantine and one JIm oouldnt movo nor be couldnt apoak officers At this juncture Uachcls parents wounded at a cabin among the hills has been stricken with lint lay In hi bunk no ntill an white consumption came home and were astonished to HI 7 and a smile stole over Raehels face Freeman is an Wo loacd lie could rover ant till night enthusiastic student of meet their daughters guest The par- Â¬ AY f M when she heard the story I When long In the mornluaay nmr ten lNieteriologv and has been giving cspc- son was put to bod and Mrs Havelock VTa hterd the jangle of hell on then The fame of the Snnifamon girl went cial attention to the ICocli cures of eon- commenced to doctor him with house Â¬ A woman daahrd through the tibttnty door beyond the borders of the eouutrv and sumption It is supposed that through An knoll by Hank on tho rough plunk lloor hold remedies In a short time and obtained for her many new admirers contact with consumption as the sun was sinking behind a range germs he iJcr face wan lit with a look of Joy but not long after her exploit shr he contracted the disease of low hills lie fell into a deep slumber Aa aboorfod Thank Clod Ive found my boy came the wife of Rev Hiram Honey Â¬ Hut ho didnt know her An thon she prayod whieh seemed to afford his watchers it Photographs of the late Princess bee and took pleasure in telling to a So other ech prayer wan ever made good deal of pleasure group of children the story of the par Alexandria daughter of King George 1 norttr roi kon the angel lstn1 of Greece hang in her fathers study Hell come out of that sleep feeling Ah alej begved Kauka llfu at tho good Lords sons saddlebags T C Hvuiivtuji like a new man The king was devoted to her and still hand said Itauhel Have lut hev ntopped to listen Twa rather more locks mother mourns her deeply In his social Hfo Well not let him go HOW TO ROLL AN UMBRELLA Than I could sUu an 1 broke for tho door on till he is perfectly sttong again and he is such ti democrat that court cere- Atniott Kvcrybody IIoim It rum AI if he sleeps all through the night why mony has become almost obsolete in Tho other follcrod Say lads saya Dan though the ItiKht Wuy Is simple Do you think prtrs ever cured a minf so much the better for him Rachel Athens as the king receives his visitors Xo not that way I never knew on Uunrio buk Zcko but I know of I More than once Rachels eyes wan- Â¬ terms of equality and chats with Wan attottln up thar on the Throne on high one man in a hundred to do ii right dered to the saddlebags which she had them in most informal fashion Arunnln this yer concern an she said the clerk in the umbrella store deposited in one corner of the room Como pray In an plcadln thet way tcr me The word blatherskite given by His remarks were directed at a eus- euro thet lo cf It bust tho plan Id and whenever she looked at them she Hartiett as an Americanism is of Scot- Of tho wholo durnod unlvorsa iuuni who nan proceeueu to roil up a Shako says uMJUKiii oi me young man who was Dan recently purchased umbrella to return tish origin Blather blether or blither walling for his legacy ff 1 ZgjiBS it to its case He had done what ninety-- is found in all three forms in innumcra- An Jest three weeks from that very day I believe Ill take the money on to- Â¬ nine per cent of persons w ho handle ble places iu the writings of Scottish Hank an bU mother rode away night she said to herself at last I Down tho loftdn trail Now some may doubt umbrellas do when thev attempt to authors meaning to talk nonsense know the road to Rocky Ridge and I Auargy twas niMxIn pullod hltn out TIIK PISTOL PLAHItlIl IV HIH KAtK gather the folds of cloth iu a neat roll while skate corrupted into skite is an can find it without a guide An thot prars dont go but as for me We untranslatable term of contempt around I was tlnr an know what I hearn an see havent heard of tho horse thieves for low as strong as Ajax and Rachel handle the stick He had grasped the original meaning but little changedTho in with his right hand and was An I hold thet thot day at the Throne of Oraee some time and the chances are they liked strong men She had liked him the present Tbct mothers prar as wuth lis fueo at first and but for one thing which twisting the silk through with his left blustering usage is one who talks wont stop a girl Clarence H Pearxon In Mpplncotts nonsense Sho at last confided her intention to she had kept from her mother she hand Here are some figures worth quot- Â¬ That will spoil that umbrella when might have returned his attentions and her mother who being a brave sympa ing figures which effectually settle RACHELS B1UVEHY thetic woman approved of the plan an engagement might have been the you have repeated the operation half a question Are Rudyard Kiplings the dozen times books the clerk continued nnd Rachel made ready to carry it ouL result populnr In Enirland his book SoThat very night of the husking bee and then you will be coming here and ldiers If luck was hero he would get him A Story of Parson Honoybooa to take tho saddlebags on Three is in its sixty first thou- Â¬ said Mrs In taking a handkerchief from his complaining that that six dollar um sand The Story of the brella wasnt worth fifty cents Xow Saddlobuas Gadsbvs and Huvelock to her daughter You know pocket Jaelc dropped something which In Black and White have each the girl picked up She was in the act see what you are doing You were he Is cunning and brave Roehel und lOnglnaLJ 000 Wee Willie I wouldnt let him go If he was of returning it to him when its make Â¬ making a pretty roll but did you notice reached a sale of that you were twisting the ribs and Winkle is in its forty seventh thou Â¬ unpreten here was the sudden interruption up struck her as being peculiar and on tlous homo of and Rachel laid her hand on her moth- Â¬ looking at It in a secluded corner she braces in a spiral around that stick ti3 sand and The Phantom Rickshow in well as the cloth You may have noticed its thirty seventh thousand the Havelocks ers arm The less you say of Jack found It to be a white cotton mask that your umbrella sticks and catches was in the heart Jasper the better mother The discovery almost unnerved HUMOROUS of the wonder- Â¬ What dont you think an much of Rachel A v lute mask such as hitrh- - when you try to raise it Thats be cause you dont know how to roll it waymen wear in Jack Jaspers pocket ful Sangamon him as you used to Rachel Huyer Is this suit all wool You twist the joints of the ribs country True Xo said Rachel almost sharply What did it mean I von lie to you my friend Mozinsky Die girl kept her secret telling it to and braces all out of shape There for it is not He buttons vas made of it had not been He is too cunning for me I know he settled as thick- Â¬ has tho best farm in tho district but no one and tho mask she quietly you see you have twisted the ends of silgk Brooklyn Kagle ly as other new there is something about tho man I burned tho next day in the woods those ribs all around In a bunch on one A Consensus of Opinion He parts of our dont like Jack mav bo bravo and all From that moment her liking for Jack side of the handle Xow let me show am altogether unworthy of you dar- IÂ¬ you how an umbrella should he rolled common land that and ho might make a young girl Jasper seemed to fade and she had She tenderly Thats what The clerk took the maltreated ar- Â¬ ling but it was fill like me a good husband but I no resolved to have nothing more to do papa says Detroit Free Press ticle shook out tho folds of silk and I n g up and with him mother I dont llko him anymore He Tho fair custodian of the parsons worked the spiral out of the ribs and Doctor Missed His Chest Protector would in time Mrs Havelock did not try to draw How did you contract such a proceeded to demonstrate the proper so Its peo pie from Rachel tho secret which bhe was saddlebags thought of this as she rode frightful cold on the chest ma Y Hotel methods of umbrella rolling iiik thought be- - evidently concealing from her but as along She was Hearing the Humble ing Grasp o1 I sent my diamond iT the handle in his right hand he en Clerk stud to be X come one of sisted her In her preparation for de- Iee hills and In accordance with her MfvfJewelers the centers of population of thin great parture mothers advice she drew the pistol circled the silk at the tip with his left reset during the cool spell and kept it firmly gripped in her hand wntcn he slipped down about half Weekly nation It was deemed best by mother and way of the cloth pressing the ribs and Truth is stranger than fiction he The roads were littlo better than daughter not to say anything to the while she rode on braces firmly against the stick The happened to remark Yes his wife All at once the pni sons horse shied trails lending over tho region and as a husband and father concerning Rachels It sometimes matter of course there were ti good journey and under pretext that sho for tho first time since commencing the rigiiL naiid was then shifted to the tips replied very gently many lawless Inhabitnnbi who lived must have some more medicine for the journey and Rachel looking to tho of the ribs whieh were held tirmlv seems so to me when you are explainWash Â¬ like vultures by plundering others young parson Mrs Havelock sent her righV saw standing at the bush fringed against the stick while the left hand ing what kept you out so late adjusted the roll of cloth around them ington Star Thtru weru gangs of horse thieves husband to tho nearest neighbors engo oi ine road a man whose face was Bill said the burglar there aint Hvhoso depredations called for th or- which was three miles away covered by a white mask Xear him Uy this method the ribs were kept and just discernible were three others straight along the stick and not partly nnthinin this safe but a receipted millganization of vigilance committees but It was dark by this time and no Is that so the ot of tho rascals were so well sooner had John Havelock departed on similarly disguised and Rachel look twisted around it as the customers iners bill Yes Im going to quit this biz It doesnt pay covered that the committees found Ins errand of houlth than Rachel ing at them instinctively drew rein roll X Y Sun Theres too much competition in it their hands full when they sot about dressed for ti ride anil armed with a and waited for their next move FOOLISH MAN Washington Star She felt that she had encountered the entrapping them f A Stayer bandits of the Humble llcu hills and Xow tho LuiirIi l on tin Other Shin of One afternoon there rode up to the Miss Gasket at UI0 p m when the leader stepped forward she Do you know Mr Sappy 1 am Havelock house which stood nt tho the Mouth eyed his magnificent physique with dge of it clearing a man who was well Men laugh at us for having sense Â¬ sure you would make an excellent edi- Â¬ moro than womanly curiosity less notions and doing things for tor of a rural niwnniwr known in tho district Sannr Well take tho saddlebags thats which wo can give no good reason pleased He wua a young circuit rider named Weally now Miss Gasket all ho said Miss Gasket said a woman recently Honeybee a man of lod whose minis- Â¬ I wish some Indeed I do Your mot- Â¬ A thrill passed over Rachel Have- - man would explain to me trations were well liked by all and It why he car- Â¬ to seems to be I have come to stay locks fnimo as sho thought of tho two ries unimportant papers about with Detroit Free Press wna predicted that ho was looking men tho young parson and the legatee him for months wearing them about for u wife as ho hndnotasyot An energetic Gorman professor was out in Sho was within five miles of Rockv so doing Ive often watched my entered the state of double blessed- Â¬ bus conducting a musical society They Ridgo and a short ride would land her band carefully clmigo the ness contents of were studying Mendelssohns Elijah at her journeys end coat or trousers pockets from one suit and had reached tho chorus Hear is Hiram Honeybee was talented and I cant deliver up to you pood looking what I do of clothes to another Soiled worn Baal hear mighty god Ills disposition was a The mens not own sho said in reply to tho envelopes and folded papers are merry ono and ho was fond of joko and tender voices were booming out sonorously road agents demand and in a voice ly transferred and for a long time I when the With tho young girls of tho jest No Â¬ conductor thai did not tremble In the least was Impressed with tho importance of de dreadful vowel cried out country ho was a prime favorite and it Dont say Xever mind that miss Well take tho operation and drew an tnstlnctlvo soften a leetle give was a question of much Import as to de more musical tho saddlebags whether you own them breath of relief when It was which ono ho would finally choosu for Whereupon the chorus snfclv sound Bill or not uu who way my curiosity got the took up the strain again Hear us his Hfo partner Raehols mind was made up From vv i mi- - ami i iMMMren fu Bawl hoar us Bawl It was this young man who mounted l i Tid llits what sho had seen of tho imrsmi or those mysterious documents guarded on his fine looking roan with the back Â¬ A patient in an insane asylum horse ho was lleet and wiry n with such jealous care woods suddlebagti behind him drew imagined himself dead NnthliiL could by a person who know something To please mo my husband went drive mln in front of Hachcl Havelooks this delusion out of the mans about horses and sho did for she was through them He found several unre Â¬ brain homo on tho afternoon In question wkii takk tiik sAnnrKiunK One day his physician had a Tho girl herself met him at tho door pistol led tho parsons horse to the door a thoroughbred backwoods girl Sho ceipted bills some that had been paid happy thought and said to him Did thought sho was not so Illy situated as und receipts filed a note from a and H slied him to dismount The young and adjusted tho precious saddlobags friend you ever see No ono might suppose dated three months back regretting ho replied a dead man bleed parson did so and an ho touched tho Did you ever hear of a You want to keep your eyes open Come Arent you going to glvo up that ho did not ground ho wits seen to atugger and tho Rachel Do you said the anxious mother tho saddle bags exclaimed the im- Â¬ when he called find him in his otllco dead man bleeding Xo one or two business believe that a next moment had dropped upon the You will have to ridoover some pretty patient follow advancing deatl man can bleed it step but cards of firms ho hud no recollection Tiido bench In front of tho house and rough roads especially that part of It immediately he of Well if you will permit inc stopped and opened tho knowing several advertisement circu- Â¬ I Xo tho wall white winding round tho Ijumblo lice hills was leaning against will try an experiment with you and ejres behind the mask for Rachel lars a playbill aced and broathing hoavlly There Is where they hold up old man suddenly presented tho pistol in had ance preservedof lust seasons perform Bcoifyou blocd or not Tho patient his for some forgotten tem- Â¬ Kttvo his lUchel ran to him with a quick ery Kennett last summer consent tho doctor whipp1 face porary reason and perhaps And aaked him what had happened Theyll rue the night they try to You cant got away from u un- Â¬ important papers among threo really out his scalpel and drow a little blood tho whole lot There ho said In gaspfi he told her that ho was very hold ma up cried Rachel as sho shorn ho cried you see that yo We dont want to And I honestly believe if I had not bleed that proves that you are not xiek and when she helped him Into tho gathered up the lines and gave the par- Â¬ harm you We want merely the tuo investigation Mr wd Immum and had given him a glass of cold sons horse a touch with the whip dead Xot dlebaga and with them in our hands IruiuiHcu treasuring all tho patient lV um uo those worthless stantly replied at that onlv nroves that 4 tha only remedy sho could think j Iu a short tints the courageous bU you can gQ ok waWr v i y uurioimsuay nY Time I dtad men can blead Hazel IGreen Herald l - Â¬ i I J f -- Â¬ -- Â¬ v- fr J j r i Z - Â¬ 1 j 3 d Q -S Â¬ Â¬ rPHE Â¬ Â¬ -- - Â¬ Â¬ J Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rfhHi WW Â¬ -e yir j well-rid-do- 1 HOME HINTS AND HELPS small enough to carry In her pocket bought by the dozen Ihoy cost Ono nhould bo reserved ton t n trifle for marketing and onq should be kept r at hand for a shopping list To make a noto of tho things that must be bought will save wen r and tear and much In- Â¬ books To clean bronzo ornaments take ao drachm of bwcoI oil ono ounco of lcoliol nml ono ounco and n Imlf of tratcr Apply quicitly with a oft jponjfc but do not rub Pencil nnd paper used RyBtamatl wlly will nve norvoB and bIioo leather Kvery woman nhould keep several note- Â¬ convenience Wash ono pound rice oak it ono hour cut up a cold and ronfited chicken after you have taken the skin oil In small pieces and add one filjeeof ham fried u little then chop ilne add tho rice chicken and ham to pother and pour over it one pint of hot water put It in a kettle and cover closely set it where It will stow slowly forty minutes scuson with salt and but- Jumballnylc Â¬ ter Philadelphia Press Sweet Potato Croquettes and let them stand until they are slightly browned shaking or stirring them occasionally They are served in a small ornamental dish and are al Â¬ belter laKoadayoft lowed to remain on the table during ThrH Advantnp the entire menl X V Ledger Peslds Its wonderful curativo power oven 1 a dozen medium sized sweeV potatoes peel and mash until there are no lumps season with salt and butter make into cone shape dip thorn into beaten egg then into line bread crumbs and fry in n kettle of hot fat After they are mashed if you squeeze them through a cullender before seasoning it makes them very fine If too dry add a little Hoston lludgeU millc Indian Cakes Put a pint of Indian meal into a bowl and scald it with rapidly boiling water lust enough water must bo poured on to make a moist crumbly mass While this is cooling beat three i fCgK add a pint of milk and stir this into a cupful of wheat flour sifted with two teaspoonfuls of baking powder and one of salt then turn this batter into the scalded Indian beating until it is a smooth mass Country Gentleman Pigeon Pie Foi crust take one half cup butter rubbed well into the flour one cup sweet milk a little salt roll out and line a pudding dish Koil the pigeons in a little salty water till al Â¬ most done place a layer of pigeons in bottom of dish strew over them a little wilt and pepper and bits of buttrr and so on till dish is filled Take the water the pigeons were boiled in add tho yolks of two hard boiled eggs and a teaspoon of flour stir all together and pour over the pigeons Cover with paste glaze with yolk of an otfff and bake Housekeeper ltlnnchod Almonds Almonds may be blanched by anyone Crack and separate the meats from the shells throw the meats into boiling water and let them remain for five or ten minutes or until tho thick brown skin will slip from them easily If you want stilted almonds throw these prepared meats Into a pan with a teaspoon ful of butter and a pinch of alt place them in the lloilhalf M rach pride whloh If so of la their hair as women and tho pig also Implies rourso you are ablllomipi in and that you hsvo dull tall Is a thing of no llttlo moment tenderness In tho right sldo nausea sick making tho cuo tho wholo head In headache furred toaguo sour breath nnd is Indigestion iloslettors Btomnch Hitters Bhavcd except a circular patch upon tho you want Prompt relief follows crown Tho hair from this is braided Is whatin liter complaint dyspepsia con- Â¬ Its uno nnd strands of silk aro added which stipation malaria rheumatism kidney ends in a tassel reaching to tho heels trouble and norvoustiess Physicians un- Â¬ In full mourning tho black strands aro qualifiedly recommend It replaced by whito ones and In second Womhh never stuttor Whon they want mourning by light bluo or green It Is to lliey can say yea without a stammer an unpardonable breach of etiquette X O Picayune for an inferior Ui cntor the prcsonco of tVlion Nuturo a superior with his cuo wound around Needs nsststanco it mny be best to rendor It his neck or head as It Is frequently dis- Â¬ promptly but ono should retnetubur to uso posed of during work and tho greatest even the most perfect remedies only when Insult ono man Can otter another to needed Tho best and moat slmplo and gen nf pull his cue It seems very odd to seo tie remedy U the Kyrup Fig Plus mnuufae Syrup Co turcd bv tho California sailors and soldiers on ship or In bar-Â¬ racks combing each others long tresses It Isnt tho mnn who blows most who or coolies at the street corner perform- Â¬ finds It tho easiest to ralso the wlud Cane ing tho same friendly otllce Custom Cod Item forbids a man to wear a beard and mus Â¬ Dttoror is a dread dlsoase but It has Inst its terrors to those who know that II tache until ho becomes a grandfather II Ircon Hi Sons tho Dropsy Specialists of Wavcrly Magazine Atlanta Oeorirla trout It with such great success Wnto them for pamphlet giving The Pleasure of Cutting Mrs So- Â¬ full iiiivi iiniviviit fniiiiut Utii ciety reading -- Clique teas aro tho cling Pnoitn tho anchor of hope latest The hostess gets somo friend to often havewhogo downtoInto tho mud with to It make out a list of Invitations to Include Puck only such persons as the frlbnd cares to meet This list the hostess uses with- of P J CiiKNry Si Co Toledo O Proprs 100 reward out emendation and tho guests while for Halls Catarrh Cure offer can not bo any case of catarrh that knowing that the hostess did not make cured by taking Halls Catarrh Cure Send the selection are not allowed to learn for testimonials f rco Sold by Druggists 7fc who did Unusually pleasant gather- Â¬ DcnniAMs bilious ings of people of similar tastes are tho ous Illness Pitts euro Pills sellnnd nerv HeochniuH well be result Isnt that a good idea Mr cause they cure St cents u box Society Yes they might be called EvnnvoNns sweetheart sometimes gets sociables Hotter up in arms against Itliti Oulvcston News have one You can cut all the chumps without being held responsible Mrs Till Ptltllii AuMVtil till Iltm In TTnlna Society Huh Whats tho use of cut Â¬ Honey of llorohotind and Tar lor coughs ting people if they dont know who did lluos iooiiiachu Droiis euro luouo inluutu it DemorcstsMagaztnc Movnr n hleh is comtng to you dpcs not always arrive Pittsnurgh Chronicle A Valuable Antique Yes thats the rich Miss llaggs of Troy Dont make your remarks about her antique appearance so she will overhear them one of Dr Scheilmanns VI Troy I had no idea she waa discoveries 1 11 t nx The tho nm Uute Cue Aff You Yellow StjacobsoN J cfxrcsiSXi WnflU 1m DHtbnna tM eotmtmvr Mrs mc a or bmmm evwr vwcmm MteiMr aiiWU W3K nt rshi1 wita lila1i IIHUHLK THE tTin Cures Pain Promptly Olllij ihihm fw IWrwtfl yA 9t 1l The Two Holiday Issues OF The Ladies Home Journal t i in U Â¬ November and December Â¬ Â¬ Contain a wealth of attractive material Including The Opening Chapters of birdh-of-ti-feath- er Mr Howells New Novel JBmBtKHWil jf20f mmm MihsmL wmm fcj m f t a First of MR3 fAi5f Tiio BURTON IIARRlSOHS papers a OBi The Well Bred Girl in I Society TDO DCeinniDE 01 vvSKjiiV OVVfrlCWYM - Vk Bfvh a valuable antique Magazine Dcmorests nmm4timmnmm4mjmmmmmmmmmmmaammmR W j I Utrrr KCit f7Wfckf i ae reminirccni DICKENS papers on y MAMIB L Though ho is a boozer ho talker Jumpuppe His favorite subjects seem very dry to me laspar Certainly That is where his cleverness comes in Ho brings up subjects that will suggest drinks is a very clever Jaspar Georgia and has been used by millions of people with the best results It and herbs PUitntY entirely of roots forests of from the a vegetable compound fffit f thetJaunntcroi cuahlbu dickbhh I My Father as Recall Him and articles poems and stodes by 2 May Ho Intcreitlriff to Know That whon excursion rates nro made to Chi All manner of Blood diseases from the oitfo for people wiio live lu tlie Ktst to ea nblo Uhmu to attend KM Worlds Kan next pestiferous little boil on your nose to euiIt s comcmplatoa by tlio Western tho worst cases of inherited blood romls - also make excursion rates from taint such as Scrofula Rheumatism Chicago ti all principal Inmlncss and tour Catarrh and lints la U7o West i rihwust nnd MoutnvoatHi tliulihoso who dosfro to spend a few weeks among their fnendH in the Oieit West mav have an opportunity of so doing without incurring lnuuh additional Trcatlseon Mood nnd SklnDlwarcs mailed expense It may ho well loeonsidor lliiHsub free bwiir brLCinc Co Atlanta Ga jrcMa ailvaneo of iicluul time of Mailing and tio CiinagoMlhva kuiuV Htlaul Hull uuvLo has iisued map- and tune tallies TWO GREAT and other instructive reading nutter whl h it will he glad to fnrnl li free of cxpciiHo ttpo implication by postal card addressed The human citadel h open to attacks to J 10 11 HcAi roito Jciiurul runscuger from two sctirces and nsiJe from accidents Agottt Chicago 111 these two an the avenues from which all I think said tho Calondar to February of the maladies that afflict the race spring nlhciltsoof lie leap year that you hud The first of these are what is known as Grip It CURES REV JOHN R PAXTON D D MARY E WILKINS LUCY HAMILTON HOOPER EUGENE FIELD and MARIE ROZE HyiKu mil - t- mwz IMilladclphrn Pa qJW lt 10c a Copy 100 a Year THU LADIES H0A1U JOURNAL - llREMEO- M B Agcnt3 Wanted Profitable Employment and Liberal Tcrmo fltpjfcfrt Write for Particulars air afrt S K mbb l 11 mn m m jimr bbbbbi ruiB Illppttl CIiiiiiimI nml Itercim GENTLEMEN hlniil In rrrtlv Ton iOwiih A trciiulttn htHTnt hIioo lint will tint rip nnoCulr ri The best and wisest thing to do with rcnmlitN mnootli liulilc niklllinora coniforiclito otriuu nod durublu lima nnr oiltor nloo over told at tho urlco the delicate silk and wool summer lnutlnciutom iniuturiiooactM from 81 tot3 gowns that have done faithful duty for lio only nil 00 Wltoo tn iM xiltfi tup coiHpirrn Mas GiMsnrv calls her children stars not en ofurljr M wtil 01 tlo t tuifdn oilco n tawn In cut afternoon and evening wear is to rip buoatisu they dont know how to uct Hos vhlc li Ki I lollliln t tii wenr ct elir jn wult rhoeADolilatthi Haiiu pricn fur rticii rntiiy rip iia iir only oiu tow lovttd them carefully send the laces to the ton Transcript k - Vfe fc AVi A uit uurruTTMnii 01 u ainrr ua mo tugo cut whnn cmem Vfo ti through nro wortlilrti cleaner the goods as wel if they are 2 VWorld Tulr on Storl i aa i woruirnur llio IMItfiliAHrjlnOBbo anw 4 umi CXfti xjt soiled and then combining the best of yv1 jittji i wm uttcioxytt utltrv willt WIi rip or looacn item tho upiwr vuci wurii ruiiuh atl ih rcimirtii 114 iih timr am conts to V II Lonl fiend twcntv-lU-- o u ver two or more of them in the same gar- Phcnlx Building Chicago 111 nnd ohtdn a my vjlv iun iinjri in rooiwcur uciirmir iu ccuno tti iaUoolioultroulder tho luporlor nuftllllr ment wfnrthein out in the pretty tea ft lie steol pinto pioturo of tho Worlds Pull vi uirao inucf unii nji uo iniluenced gowns they are sure to make The grounds uod buildings unliable for f ruining to Iniyclirnp vrclt ritocntoiii tttftuu itaTing omy n ppura tic to jnWto fidmrv ytfNWinr1 M frti Vsl iMfc Wattean plait which is almost an in ucuu v ij iu JlMHfllfHJ ZKjrs v ww AMANtbnt lias no scruples about Iolng m mux ma rcrSTHaaa fNKMmmrximmiSr dispensable ifua lure of thct o gowns is Sailing ou buuduy la pretty ourUiiu to uuvo llownl llollcoaudfttrm v ia erctHjniii lUB Calf i nav ji mjir it2imBCxxm not always or even generally made 5as SSs 400 Worklrgfaea1 of the same as the material iieO nd Youtk -Faaw raitta Dnrrr8 late than never Husbands Life 170 nchool- Htm - iJCT- -J IT i gown iism izr bo of a lace tout may TjTSmmm 3 1 WZ HIS IS IHF Wtt inIVWJl a spnrlc shawl of breadths of embroidered silk DnnNixo kisses necessarily follow Wk Ilettl SoBgola rittsburgn DUpatcli or rrepo dcwpoilcd from ten old ball ri or tua i man leU 1 rtouUoml or awlfc ht gown past its usefulness lvvrn Jlmi rices A uioti old timo seems highest when mlm rnMl i ft a- 4l IMn mrrvnl U7h IMstt if can heairrugcd without cutting them tho bill If- presonlud Iuclc to gvrr the icffect of WuUcnu trains ItAiTiittcnCou Tho attltudoof tho man One of therjwevtoiest of thoso luxurious who is lilt wJJli a pollcomati fi billy little gwwTiK was made ofotbe remnants Will excaulvr a1n t a niton 4mlrra nnd trfnernl tunrchBRfn vrfaer X hnv of an old Ohfata silk with jmlo irrocn JVrito lot cncttlotfuc If not lor alo In yoitr plc nrnu direct is Iarii rr TtflHtetir It might be excusable to refer to a fight powgillst Washington tatlnir Miud olro uu U VIUIU 1TBBIUU uatHUO UKV IV XJt UBUulHu XJrecktaiu Num ground sprayed with pink blossoms lug parson as a Ktur The white hico which had dime duty on two previous gowns having been Tna worst tf all Imiis Is tho rhetima rrmn cleaned and mewled was artvmgcd as a tlsni HAD NOT deep collar aerews the back of the gown n1 woman mj copx a nail but nhocan A which narrow lug at the wnfol luc fell never dnvtiue Chicago Inter Ocean 1N In a roquJUv xd the way down tho Tnceow potsusnu mhiirablo esamplo LArtDoLoWJode front Another tllounce of hu formed Shu never blows iter own hoca IMlt TI 7 a double cascade down tho bay irqm ALLTIIK lTIr IM HIM AMI SHI man but suits leak miiiius Ciotiiks mav not make tio beneath which escaped 11 trailing fiU imiia lazotto cr jd rli tunU nessofpink crepe the mvpo forming Ktiuo tlai lawt - - f Hi uiiiiniiun iiHrr v r also tho front of the gown which was I nt IUcUtoUNrw What wing of tln armv did you IHoag Vr- art llio one tlntt flow oil belted with broad black velvet X V 10 Col VeU Sun in EVERY Tub eheinlstit bct glrlln uuulyzcx RHEUMATISM Lowell Courier To Iteiiovate Velvet NEURALGIA If iitiv velviit In at hand tlitcan bo It doesnt uomtnaiiK tniingla a thonghf to WtaWibrriaouXbfbrmm hmkl rialn common r fto ff ty pco run 16 over in tho mind rtndl renovated nnd used do not hcaitate f I a11 f fori hA ljlKoUrrlnaBolnotmrM4aM treatc mi orlchi Cfliinc ha- Hta- Mllllw Anttjif uL liJ UWhl 1AO AdlrmMOK about attempting the task as It is easy Tin way to bo overworked is to lcavo olmopt Infjlahlo curt Mat nnd fodo Fill a large mouthed pan with over a fov Jobs for to morrow 9JTHAUt TU l4l UW UH w4 VnH Nn atniniM f r iiirlril boiling water leaving it ou the stovo vru 1i ft X hJJAULES ftStZ Tur victim of lynch Invr Is usually very Scvr avcu Conn o that It will continue to boll Two high strung nujojHjcrOcoan A 30 INCH SECOND HAND persons nhould work together as ono Treated free tTTiiATn llttlo bit of a thing your baby lflniyiunlliii nnd tionul holds the velvet close over tho steam Â¬ rMitUfiriiira Ycsinj its a condoiiHOd mlli sterlsl iM wllh T wliobAtro rnk luriKtr AHh ing water while tho second one brushes bulijr iV Gpod iNvs lmil lint Anson Kardy Power Gutter mi nhould uia IMtoiCurtifAjp the pilo up with a whisk brushing Coiiiutnpllou It htti Hr4 cifl rni Jf tl i tip iox a tiro inil It come to making a Wmv thNHMtii It Biii not Injur briskly against tho pile Then let It ncth0ftlvmJUCKCU llio uuiTuui OAK EASILY BE c knptei vwAVJmSMStti cumin iiria iivii vnu lOlKCti Chlcugo Tribune dry do not jay anything upon it In tho tail tuiro din 11 mn 171W111 uettugu itnr ni tiiiio ornrj wlnro irrup Bon GHAHGED TO A HAND MACHINE ucantlme and If still crinkled or ppn never qujw work Tar man who Is a crushed looking repeat the steaming cer- Â¬ Rad brushing Two attempts will JX3XXUHSB tolls him the Bun has sp6ls on IL ibuns DAINTY generally Iloru tainly freshen tho velvet and ji V ITrttnv Tlie KtructT In tuner K Kellogg Newspaper Go fi will answer tho velvet be Dust wprtt m tho inlit JVtit OVTA WHK A wAtTKEM tnaynot WNIT1NO YM ANKKTMKIM 1MJCAMK irSnnT Jour Â¬ ore steHnjinglfc-E-fd- Ui J iAPif8KiibR lUM JHt M Uhi A4itMiti U Ul aokkIH iVAaVlJi VrlU I of carda imtiuiu cu Clilfrntftt tryOJWiFftll JU- MAY1CM nal ucflby OrOWJDf CHICAGO ISA SOILED SUMMER DRESSES Iay Up Cure possesses three d rttnet mlvanUipfa uvrr a ii p 1 irofMi bo for tho aliovu fflseuKos It is pleasant to taste It does not contain opium m ttnv form It does not cause uuuscu or vomiting JO cents Address A IMIossil ttutfalo N Y manufacturer Â¬ attacks of Croup Coughs Colds Bronchitis and Aithma lir HoxsIoh Certain Croup In Â¬ Â¬ the excretory organs the limns the kid licsi suffer from neys and the shin congestion which takes the form of colds Starting from what Is called a cold the maladies that lesult arc wide spread ranging from a cough to consumption They attack all aces and all stations No one is free from these troubles There is however a remedy that Is a safeguard This is REIDS GERMAN COUCJU It contains no AND KIDNiY CURE poison and it will heal any form of lung trouble or any malady that arbes frotn n cold The other class of disease arise from derangement of the digestive organs When the and result in constipation bowels do not act the stomach oon refuses to digest the food and we arc troubled with indigestion and a long train of disorders that embrace a large range of maladies THE LAXATIVE GUAt DROPS will correct any difficulty of this sort They contain nothing deleterious but are safe and pleasant Get them of any dealer SYLVAN REMEDY CO Pooria III 1 Â¬ 11 11 Â¬ Irnttiliilont subject to lirOMtTUtl 10 by In T Tor oU- t tiinini niiMtcy un- pn ma gtvk uoriniawiirfifucc btm lunu 11 tUeh aulmt ttmitliiir NlincMtvltltnnt V IjHoukIum ititt 11 11 el 1 tin iivloo Mtiitiittion flCIIIIIIl rATITIOX TTownrn of tlrnlrmntlh ami W L DOUGLAS iiioodlS tyjxyzzi 11 r m- mJm mami vi rVT wtlb 1 xri 1 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ - Br xl i8krviai 3 r WmmQAMMmit jt - vm zm - -- X t1 Latest Styles ell vxwn THE POT INSULTED THE KETTLE BECAUSE THE COOK USED 1 Jl mm GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLEANLINESS SAPOLIO SHOULD be used KITCHEN APOLIO JL - v -- amy fitr PAPER CUTTER 27031 fiEVTiJS A v r DROPSY J MI I ff - ywr- - tnl i uv W0RKKF ljt ACtrhn a7nke wnr- j i tr--111 F- i i - IIMHiW r TTW ni -- VMuk ar SPBKGEltOOOPER x HUIiti xiwjitmc B Kfc VW 4 - - - Editor Friday HAZEL GREEN KY Dec 9 1892 CURIEKT KEWS AND COMMENT Htill running ington definite the law O Lottkiiy is at Lex- Â¬ Cleveland got twice oh many electoral votes as Harrison and two more 278 to 138o o 0 EunoiKAN flteamerB leaving New e York on Saturday hint carried to foreign bankers o 1GOO000 in gold o o is cotiHured by the press of the Htute for adding more books to the Bchool The fltato board of education book list e a o Clevelands plurality in Republicans o o New York state was just 45070 despite 200000 in boodle used by the The miners ut Coal Crook Tenn are again exhibiting signs of un Â¬ easiness and a strike is looked for at any moment a O D A wkeck on tho C 0 at Her- Â¬ mans saw mill noar Ashland o o Ky resulted in the serious injury of two or throe of tho train men o John K Oborvk the newly olect ed Democratic governor of WyomÂ¬ ing has been sworn in and taken chargo of tho governors office r o o The Carroll bill to establish a board of childrens guardians in Louisvillo was passed by the state senate Friday Ithud already pass Â¬ ed tlie house o o Thk Democrats of Chattanooga are arranging to havo Vice Presi Â¬ dent elect Stevenson to make them n visit when ho makes his southern tour o o o Holman the rndiana con Â¬ gressman who has deservedly earn Â¬ watch dog of the ed tho title treasury thinks there should be an extra session of congress Mil o a o Foun of tho robbers who held up a train on the Great Northern noar Malta Montana have boon captur Â¬ ed Sheriff QNuil who made the arrest will got i500 reward o o o The houso has passed a bill fixing tho governors salary at 0500 with an unfurnished house in which he may live All the old incidentals in connection with salary and house are abolished o o our mines developed WPiflYTOWj iSiliTco Fasnionawe to incroase the appropriation bills We want good Agents to solicit for our timber sent to hotter markets imhsihI bv tho houso U running constantly and doing the hest o I am now prepared to cut fit and im I I w SmH Tho inducements arc work at subscriptions miIIU ll4liil VII livi and our whole systom improved f the lowest price- dresses and other garinents in th leM opecuu necoiuiiuMiatious lor customers style Satisfaction guaranteed and pric There is a wonderful field in tho father of tho Into Mrs Jlnrrwon xtft good fnnn distance art oi cui reasonanie AUo whiMo fuiiortil took nlaco in tho Without detriment to our home trade and tittlnp hv char teach the mountains to open Uespeclfullv ENQUIRER COMPANY houso yes Â¬ omj room of tho white MHS I N DA- CINCINNATI O terday afternoon recalls tho sad Jay Gould no of thorichost in fact that more funerals havo boon No Bids Offered for Bad Rolls I died Ht hin hold in tho white house since it C OMIIS HOUSE OAMITOX KY dividnnls in Amoricn V do not make them and have no demand roaldonco in tho city of Now York was occupied by President Harris Â¬ for them tu our trade S S COM US PiioiMtiKTOK CITAS IJUCHANAN on Saturday Tho doconwd had on than in all tho time previous to THE HAYTOWH MILL GO his inauguration since it was built The patronage if the traveling public Homo good traitH among which that ICavly in his administration there Practical Bootsnoeniaker respectfully stdicitcd Tablu the heat bh W MASKKIt Manager JeJ7tf of vonmining alwayn an Amuriean was tho funeral of the Tracys every attention to the comfort of guc HAZKh GREEN KV HUd not anting after nriHtoernoy mother and daughter then that of Special Attention Harrison and now that of faction guaranteed o Hepnirlnir mid xttU IflR PDIMTIMrNBATLY CHEAPLY and PROMPTLY EXfr Shop hi old Cuminin Uvnih lio could havo bought hU Mrs aged I I IMuOUTED father Besides these stand on lie hill near the Herald oftice JUD AT THIS OFFICE lor Send vou r order yuk into ny aboildy society wo would have X r V I ho appropriation Ekquuikr is a profitable business le this time It is will not bo available Kentucky hus not yet begun to to be made first of next duly by the best school in tho world to prepare until the ofllec second clnss rates Give usncnll when vou wnnt printing ntl develop her resources The way to which time the democrats will be one for n business contact with tho At guvtf money ltKnuiRK Any and evcrylxKly we have done workfor in the past develop tho state is to build rail Â¬ in full control of all goeminent public a stepping etone to business roads If we had more railroads oxpenditi r s therefore Hie repub ilicansmt will not bo disposed qualification and future prosperity good deal of tho time will bo de One source of wrangling which of our Fourth Annual Contest among votod to the proposal to stop im Â¬ usually consumes much time when Agents for largest clubd migration to this country for one the senate and In use are opposedÂ¬ in politicswill m t make any troubtSr An Agency for the Weekly The last session of tho fifty sec who tnlco no stock in is taken up when this nmttor ond congress assembled at Wash Â¬ congress as it is certain to bo by ington Monday It is said that a very early in tho session Â¬ spreud-onglo-ism a other dentin Tub total vnlnation of taxable tlwro havo been competed of the railroad property in the sfttecvaV with the whit wa since the 3 railroad wnJ- - bwinning of tl Itarriwi idwiA- Sh1 by nthe nsvil j j ton MtOLVfiUtOva jstration mis is niMir 4mYyhJ KJHCvk NotHitlMUuidintftlieinterrnptiuft J iwjii more viiuii tho valuation of IS THE BEST giwn v the railroad and 2000- - cusel by thr xllnfeB ami inVxce of tho valuation of j Dr Scoot W President Harrison jex- XX Ik I uI t 1H9I total revenue from thv The k a siment if it standstill amount lonu as the HiO snt lst rwtr m to 222343 The report shows more timu Iowu words that there has been practically no for delivery by TusdKy It will nn accounting railroad building in the state dur- Â¬ Ix largely devoted tosUnvardship of The Best isTHEfiEAPsr of his four ywirs ing the two years past tho government The Democrats are still piling It i not a Patent Paint but the best Paint that can be made 0UK WASHINGTON LETTER up reasons why an early extra ses- with the assistance of sion of the fifty third congress by an experiended Practical Painter Washington DCDec2 Those should Ik called bv Mr Cleveland the latest improved and powerful machinery It is guaran- Â¬ who have been predicting that this Somo of them are national but Will cover one half more space session of congress was to be an the greater number are purely per teed to give satisfaction Sent freight paid for unusually dull one were away off sonal or political in tneir nature than lead and oil mixed by hand in their calculations as all indica- Â¬ For instance Sjwaker Crisp and One reliable dealer wanted in each tions now point to one of the most his friends favor an extra session 150 per gallon town Send for color cards etc to interesting short sessions we have because it would make his of ever had and there are lots almost certain bcanse there Lion Paint and Color Works LEXINGTON KY things controlled largely by cir would not bo timo to organize tho taTSVESCER COOPER Agent Hazel Green Ky- cumstancesthat will actually make opposition That is one of tho things exciting as well as interest- Â¬ personal masons It is said that FLOYD DAY ing should they got taken up The an early extra session could pass J TAYLOR DAY session with a bills admitting Arizona and New Senate will open the fight over tho anti option billwhich Mexico as states and authorizing CO was passed by tho houso at the last them to hold elections in time to session that promises to last until have them elect senators early noon on the fourth day of next enough to take their seats at the Wholesale and Retail Dealers in March unless it shall adopt somo regular session That is one of the rule to limit debate which it isnt political reasons as the Democrats very likely to do Tho lobby that would expect tjgain four senators is trying to work up Senatorial sen Â¬ although some Republicans claim timent against this measure is al- Â¬ that New Mexico would elect a HAZEL GREEN KY ready here supplied with plenty of Republican legislature zic Â¬ money by thegrqat commercial ex I x oi tt I 1 ii i Now York ureon goods men are changes of the country the mem- Â¬ i m Gzm S IrilUKM Al I R n I I I IIHKM TIUHN ww v ww www i0wwi bers of which are personally inter now working th so who dmt read of this bill and ested in the defeat of any house in Eastern Ken- mmmx any known friend of a Senator can iZ tmL v Iivn Stnlr Snw Tncrc 8 have all the champagne terrapin - School Claims and Country Pro stew Havana cigars and other high duce taken in exchange for priced luxuries that ho will accept oods or on notes and accounts from these lobbyists Immigration and tho reports of the committees which have been investigating tho Homestead and other labor troubles will come in for much interesting discission in both houso and senate and it U Men art- talking about who shall be the next Presi THK TOPICS OF Tim DAY expected that the four of cholera Went Tariff Heform A e but the ladie are talking of the Tine Furniture and how chenji they can buy it frotu next your will prove u very strong argument in fav- Â¬ if not a winning olpisisQa Coxsaptpcij or of the proposed bill to here ported from the Senate committee on immigration suspending all im- gpBJ have just adled to my stock f Genentl Merchandise the Jarcest and mot migration for one year from March ugtQp complete line of Furniture ever brought to this couutrv and will make prices as low as can be had at Winchester or Lexington So come and ee goods anil 1 1SJ3 It is regarded as about CroopInflun It Cn CoWCouehcr ThroatAnd get price before buying else here GKO W KOIII nSON Truly your A Atlhm zx WTjoepmft Cocb BrcnchUls the only way to keep out the ehol eerUin care for CmmrU9n In first iUgct b1 it oru which medical experts say will vitr in iflfinpri iiarri uh Kb uncr Wii will Mtha rxrrllent eCtet tiT Ukirr tb certainly make its appearance in firit d SO red 17 sxltn OTcrywaero Europe again next summer and it bottltt eenU and 100 gives congress a year to devot to the immigration problem which is growing very intricate LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Tho idea of this session passing PAY a bill providing for a tax on oh Hazkl Gkkkx Kv May 10 1892 annual incomes in excess of 5000 To tho Trade of Eastern Kentucky Contiguous to Hazel Green has not only been broached but it FOR GOOD WORK Wo have this day completed arrangements with the is actually being seriously pushed above named linn and will handle their goods in large quanby some of tho most energetic mem- Â¬ indications are For Ladies or Gentlemen tities bers and presont We especially invite an inspection by the merchants that it will easily got through tho as we are prepared to duplicate any and allprices quoted in m iiuum unman nn vim vtuiiu Louisville Cincinnati or Knoxville Merchants can buy is understood to bo opposed to i Accord ing to results accomplished shall call a halt and even then the in addition to a liberal commission of these goods almost at their doors and save large freight bills We are prepared at any and all times to furnish these goods chances are that there would be Â¬ twenty per cent some eye opening talk on the sub in anv and everv quality size ami price All we ask is a ject both in tho houso and in the trial Respectfully c Also T DAY senate Represented by ED GREEX Hazel Green Ky The alleged violation of tho Mon Â¬ GUESS PREMIUMS by the management of roe doctrine FOR SUBSCRIBERS tho Panama railway will give the congressional spread eagle orators No Impossibilities or Uncertainan opportunity which they will be OPENS SEPTEMBER 14 1892 sure to make tho most of There ties Every thing Fair Honor- Â¬ TVoiityeven Professors and IiiMructor Kight Course of Slmlv follows Agri are hints too that some highly able lMaiii and Positive euhure Scientific Uiologieal Civil Kugineerim Meclinnical Knpineeriiifr Veterinary Classical Xormul School County appointees received free of tuition llonrd in dormi sensational statomonts may be tories WtK per week in private families 3 TO to 400 For catalogues apply to See programmo in the made by hard headed business men Ky K i -t sfft i 1 dth ft llON w MADE 4 4 fc v aa 1 - reyj j j Paint JmBemP9 m j j re-elect-ion J 1 MI k Jf Mm A torainpp aoHMM Zlz MM J j rSL m Â¬ J fralltse ikspfe - j I Qq W Ky 1 m T 7 1 T Wholesale Boots and Shoes GREEN HUFFAKER CO G000 Â¬ i 5 to 500 Cash J it CO Â¬ Â¬ inly Enquirer JAS PATTER8QN Ph P Loxlngton FEDER7 SILBERBERG 113 115 W A COT O - ontiro vear a o o emkk FIRST CLASS JOB PRINTING this at 1 n titWtfRfitilnra n issirfl i m rBBr uuiioiir vvLV I K e t Represented by M F BRINKLEV i Third Street CINCINNATI viMiiriiHS tll4i maM i O O O t rmiy w iffefl IlvaTrll mfTl M B S F B Morse Ei Stillwater Spwklsg holiovo Hi subjwL of tiiiJ Tito public hoIiooIh in tho mom notu o winch wo dip from a recent tain oountioH will room all oloso WW issuo of the Cincinnati Enquirer uixl quito a number of toachoi ADVEItTkSINU HATES I ikfliiitlii It ttdl luiiiiuny iivou in iiuzoiI uroon wint iu tiiomo ami Jioiu tnoir IlminuH TUAS8IKST i i inserted for less thflii 1 Anyhow hois a nieo quiot man J patiiMitly waiting till RohooliH OtHMl L i llvrrtlscuiciits v A i 75 ooiiIh an inch lor tli first and it givoH us ploiiHuro to print again noxt voar Nolivo V acbor rtutln will I Vk fA S F 11 Morno began his rail a tcaehor that ie wrapped i live in Uicrliou and - cents an iiicii toi eitcli nub it Way life Jan 15 1874 with tho work and atrivimr to edueato tho Inserlldu k l T I vl nint i STANIMNII AUVKKTIHKMKSTP 1V01UU0KV Central in a clerical young mindo will do Huh Hut o capacity Although a voung man wo see plenty of these young teach Â¬ 4 i inch 12 mouth a nw worm wiw manifoHt and ho ers every year that do Tho trus- Â¬ j Inches 1IAKL GIIKKX KY Mm tees of tho various districts should lo0viiu nrmnntiwl In n ivtuiiimi 8 inches iro now receiving tho finest line of Christnlas am holiday IS 71 auditors department 4 Inches He remain- Â¬ notice the teachers after school SSSSiil goods fiver seen in this section When you get rctriy for 22 00 ed 1 inches there but a short lime however closes and see if they are striving anything of the kind anil tho tinio in right now remoiwbiir Vt 2 1 1 I i I I TIAf TTI M If IV U III I 1 1 H I 111 1 11 UUMUaIH A i 11 LJ il i GOODS rTTT M I I I ROSE 3 JONES V -- S m M I 6 inches Address J5 00 SlESCEK UOOPEll llarel Cireeu Ky Pay your account to day II F PlBMATT iV Co Old paporH may bo had at thin oflico at 20 porJOO Tho mooting at tho M K church closed on Monday night Read Shoritirf Nile of land for taxes May lo you can mivo costs Wanted Our correspondents to furnish a short crisp newsy letter tsvury week beautiful new advertise Â¬ Hose fc Jones which ap- Â¬ ment of pears in thin issue Seo the Wash Edwards who was badlv hurt at tho time Steve James was killed is improving slowly Mrs Lou Day Mrs Emma Evans aud Miss Linney Combs paid Ezel a Hying visty on Tuesday Clark LexingtorMirul a MrJudy were registered at the Day House Wednesday Hoattyvillo expects to have her railroad completed by the loth of this month She will have a grand blow out on tho occasion By tho way tho scheme we pro posod to publish in connection with giving away a gold watch and gold pen to our subscribers is otV Mr Bryan representing Pierson Our bolter- - writing from Lex Â¬ ington Monday says she has se- Â¬ cured a few link class ads for Tub Herald and will probably be homo Friday or Saturday All outstanding notes and ac Â¬ counts must bo paid by January 1893 or wo will bo compolled to bring suit on tho samo 1 to tho general to bettor qualify themselves for 1884 was teaching made division passenger agent of We understand that Blurt has the Kentucky Central which was been takon away with the G O P O road P O 0 Jhon operated by thoC Two years later he was made gener- Â¬ and it is to be al passenger agent of tho company honed he may return a wiser but and served in the capacity until sadder man the L it N K C were consoli- Â¬ Jamison Bros with their bear dated when he was stationod in Josephine stopped here over Sun Â¬ this city and appointed division day Tho small boys of the neigh- Â¬ passenger agent of the great Louis- Â¬ borhood collected and gave their ville and Nashville system Mr pennies to see tho bear dance Morses qualifications as a railroad The public school at this place man are recognized all over tho taught by Nannie Fields closes country He is rated as one of G Wednesday 7th The school has P A Atmores most capable as- Â¬ well attended and the patrons sistants Ho still remains true to been satisfied well tho commonwealth and retains his Leo Rose of Booneville passed citizenship in Covington through hero Sunday enroute to Magoffin Without a Sheriff Hazel Green to enter tin academy A Salyersville special to tho CourBorn To the wife of S W Rose ier Journal Dec 5th says The a daughter oflico of sheritV of Magoflin county Pedagogue Dec 5 was to dav vacated bv an order of MORGAN COUNTY the countv court The countv levy been made in violation for lSd2 had Ezel Evolutions of the constitution and the fiscal T W Goad who a short time ago court attempted to remedy the trouble by making another levy went to Hot Springs returned rec- Â¬ and by some oversight failed to ently in a much worse condition take a bond from the sheriff after than he was before ho left here the levy was made The error was especially the condition of his not discovered until some two or mind which is now very feeble Tom Canoy who for some time three thousand dollars was collect- Â¬ ed by the sheritV when a rule was has showed signs of insanity last issued by the court requiring him week entirely lost control of his to execute an additional bond mind and after ho usual exami Â¬ The sheritV failed to answer the nation Saturday was sent to tho rule and the order vacating his asylum oflico followiuU- - He refused to Horn on the 29th ult to the wife make a settlement or deliver the of Austin Pioratt a daughter tax books and atVairs aro in such Mrs Laura Vest left last week condition that it is hardly possible to visit relatives in Virginia that a collector can bo found will- Â¬ The post oflico is now in town ing to accept the trust who can at A T Pieratt s store execute bond Steve Pioratt is homo on a vaca- Â¬ The state revenue for tho year has all been paid but tho l shoritt tion from college i Nov 5 Blurt has in Ins minus u is saiu uunui belonging to the county f 5000 a Minute ticket department and in being transferred X that Hose A Jones of Hazel Jrcen is headquarters for -I i I I 11 I I vsr j i i M V 2S i-- i j8 v r Xmtm I I CHRISTMAS Uv ISftI I AND HOLIDAY GOODS SHERIFFS SALE FOR TAXES virtue of taxes duo the Sheriff of Wolfe county for the years or one of my deputies will on 18S9 18P0 1801 and MONDAY 10 M JANUARY 2d M 1803 and 3 oclock l nt the Court House door In oclock between the hours of Canipton Wolfe countv Ky it heliiR county court day expose to public sale to the highest bidder for einh in hand the followiue property or so much thereof as may ho neccinary to atlsf the amount of the tnxes due as aforesaid and costs tovlt NAMU Acr ADJOINS YKAH8 1800 18S0 1 UV 02 1802 iAu IKS AMT Â¬ lloyd Martha of col Hrewor Jeremiah Hush Ambrose cxrs Hanks lames Campbell William Chambers W H I Chamber Klkhoru Coking Coal Co Mitt Kolev Marina Kiillcii Oscar Jr Heiihlevs Heirs Hiirvev William Hortoii James T Kcllev Dorcas Louisj Cynthia Little Let ha Little 1larrion Jr McDanlel loan M Metherlv Thomas T US Aeirs Puss Hush 41 McKinlev Sowell no II C Campbell i jr am Swauco 8t W H Chambers in 111 Husl 20 Ilinmas Crouch V25 l 11 30 London Cox SO II II Little o no 10 08 and and 02 18lfJ 91 a in 1S01 3 10 IS 20 11 14 17 M 15 fil 80 00 iso SOOOfll i 100 100 White Spencer Wl Stephen Svraugo 1A0 KH Little so II II Little f Joab Pence K no W 40 M Krnncis Net William Campbell C Tion 1800 1800 01 01 02 02 0 r 25 G4 11 IK1 balauco 1801 1801 1802 12 18 10 41 i 7 9 31 4 4 and Oi OOhalOlOi I POL 1050 or Hiram 50 OshnrnWilliam Potter I W O i Halsey Hulsev SwntiKo 8000 Osborn Naney Pratt Oliver W no W S C M I Svvimme Martha Smith Dillard Sherman Ponders Lawrence PerLram Caroline UliiBrt W W Hobbino Thurston Robinson narnn It A 00 Arherrv Little 17r0T 1 Ledford l OO Louisa Spencer 20 Thomas Crouch ft t lot In Hazel Irccn 12r Marv A Johnson ar lessee MePhersou W -ri M I Martha H South 1hilT Timmins U P Tutt lumen T Williams viMev Spencer James llenrv Muilden A Horliin 100 Charlotte Drake ax J Spencer N ill II K S 400 Hanson Drake 100 Tiil 1 11 II II Williams WliUninn I eHe C C 40 w i 4 wiiiic White 40 W a hi Amanda Hush 01 02 ii it it it 1800 1801 01 bah 02 1892 1802 8900 01 02 8000 111 02 1802 1802 8000 01 02 1802 1891 and 02 1890 and 01 1802 1890 01 02 1882 1880 8 24 14 C1 3 24 4 1 0 71 77 32 42 14 a 04 11 74 II ai f0 70 2 8t 28 30 13 i 13 41 10 II 44 47 1 f 13 HI 4 07 1800 1801 4 07 11 and 02 62 C C HANKS Sheriff Wolfe County I 1 Torrent Tinklings ono of tho most accommodating agents that Torrent ever had will leave us next week for his homo and will bo married at Maysvillo Doc 20 Wo wish him all the suc Â¬ Â¬ cess in tho world and may his future be bright and happy Ed Saulsberry will leave us Fri- Â¬ day or Saturday to start to the commercial coliege to finish his Success Ed education Santa Claus Bryan and punch Â¬ ing Judv passed through Torrent tiwluy with their ehrist mas goods Jje Reynolds wife died of con Â¬ sumption on Saturday Dec M 11 Gabborlof Richmond was hero on business Sunday G M Hoyd ofHell creek was in town Sunday Heads muddy and hard to travel Torrent stilTon a boom 1 Here Just 1 II F 1IERATT A UO Torrent Ky Dec 5 AJBoyd Worshipful Master Pieratt on bohalf of Mipuh lodgo request us to return thanks of tho lodgo to Uncle Joe Clark for tho magnificent ivnv building ho has just erect- Â¬ ed for them Â¬ Some three hundred or more peo plo attended tho burial of Stove James who was accidentally killed Inst week Ho was a good citizen a christian gentleman and his place will bo hard to till Tho new dwol ling house for Jodi DcBiihk is about completed and Mr If you want something funny For just ft little money Or some other things nice At u very close price Then go ami see Carr And youll find it right tlmr He bought the goods to sell And ho keepH them at Ezel And he will sell as low As anywhere you go Then patronize a homo mnn With all the trade you can KcKpcctfulIy Ll M Z - 3 u is 3 31 ill o5 UJ Rose i V I J Jowes IIAZKL ailEISN KY re the only firm In the town which ban- iustlv celebruted J dies the J bl H 5 S W I Boots and Shoes Irom the wholesale house of j 2 s 4 - a a O w O cy 2s j Si - J P Tracy Co nolly give them a call POUTSaiOUTII OHIO irWhen you want the II EST footwear Tun Littli Jkwklbr OLD THINGS DONE AWAY DeBusk will occupy it the latter part of this or first of next Aveok Tho building was erected by Wlmloy and Stephenson As wo go to press tho news reach- Â¬ es us that Flotchor McGuiro and Mrp Lucy Pioratt were mnrriod at CRAZY iJILL tho residence of tho brides father Thursday at 4 a m Row D G Last Call and Fair Warning wish- Â¬ Combs o liciating The best heiir in mind that after es of Ti e Herald aro extondod January 1st 1893 our books will wo hope no one A Howard Stumper one of tio bo closed and credit as we are deter Â¬ moHt promising young lawyers in ask for to do a strictly cash busi- Â¬ stho mountains is likely to be a mined drop in and settlo candidato for county attorney in ness Please or account you owe note Wolfo and those who know him that little best Ray ho will make a good one us Respectfully H F Pieratt it Co His announcement will appoar in iMn yu New System of Business To my friends and patrons As I am determined to wind up my HE SECOND TERM of the session on business I take this method of in- Â¬ 1802 93 begins MONDAY Nov 14th forming you of my intention On Now In the time lo enter II llin fill CURES HOTHIHO BUT PILES and after January 1st 1893 my ii mini Mj uio enniiniicin t 1 will not per cent in excess of the enrollment at the books will bo closed and A SURE and CERTAIN CURE iiuv previous session sell any more goods on time I same time in instruction In all departments l known for fOyaars as Thorough the BEST to educate your expect however to keep a first REMEDY FOR PILES Just the school in which school in Eastern No better feTUCM rrjt4hllll HlMBSOaTATItlyiB class stock of goods which by sell- Â¬ bin- and Lirls Normal work -iiiWIiMW Kentucky for or imioduck 1 can sell Tuitions 100 tln0 200 and 2M per ing for cash you much cheaper than heretofore month One halt in ailvance remainuer m ITllfc J P LOOKIIAUT and as soon as I dispose of all outÂ¬ middle of term Instrumental musle fifty cents per lesson standing debts I expect to quit tho Vocal muslo twenty five cents per lesson goods business at this place Payable monthly Respectfully ifec Hoard at the Home 200 per week paya KZEL KY WLERSHnX naze k e mmm c linKFYFI ILL j AIJ25 3 s mm y 1 - OINTMENT CO I I i i IU3TIQ J M Pikratt hie weekly jf prIncpI l I Hazel Green Ky duo soiiBon Thero i untold woalth in Eastern Kentucky and it only noods tho music touch of devolop- 1 ont to make it iho richest portion of the commonwealth Loo county comes to tho front o v imi iintv gniu wiui two Killing four hours A colorod school toach- rf W nnninil Wnrd wns killed lit U lnco near town by Grant Godfrey I ing twolvJ tiVV who was immediately arrested and k lodged in toil Diflard Gabbard days frnot Ins cousin Stoplion jiooro iuu nniiiit is duo riouHO pay dwico in tlm country and has not need it M yot boon iirrerited It all imp l0-- dav as woII F riKRATT CO ties v- Tho Big Sandy News says that oil prospectors working on Boivor crook in Floyd county have found petroleum inpaying quanti- tho iiy- Our District Circuit Courts tSmn fnr holdiiui circuit mi fol- Â¬ courts in this district are asMon- second lows Salyersville the Monday in first January and hold Vpril and September Cures all DISEASES by causing tho body duvflj Jackson on the Mon to absorb OXYGEN It is n home treat twelvo PidinK each Magoflin torin ment No shook no danger No medicine Boat Write to us for circulars and continue eighteen days succeednig or doctor needed from the best people all Monday and testimonials vville on Uio iV Breathitt January -- Aland April over the country UIO Mnwlltf trniH and llll HI in Octouor holdinB Monday Biiecooil 4th and Jefferson streets Louisville Ky C uiinton on tho twolvodayH Loo term for i BYUD SIGHTMSmElES And all who would retain it should consult KiEMlU fK Kllffiliffal Ili JlT nUitm jn HfHUa ui If ma nil ihUiIwii lultlllxral imM Kiul lnU mmlI illullun Urtk I OTIS W SNYDER IIKAIKK IN ih till aV Mill iftllliff BBBBP trlwk r4 flr ltilmlla mt iiiiilttil null biUSjr njr Hill mt Mr IMII I tt imh n ilt IS SPECTACLES DIAMONDS Dubois FLOYD webb JEWELRY WATCHES North Uitkr Street LKXINGTON KY fuThe best ecHlUlinthe State with everythlHK the 9b r BBBB mm hbbbbbbi mmmmm i mm mxm 5f l iiUuI b MtHllirr 1k mhJ tlallart in ibir wtlliUi wktf tr lbIm Hii I HMUk nlll lb Iliull - rAKsi9R muWiuhI whlrli J m Ikk ttttmtHtU I iliit mrtMwff l lmllll- U Inm HMlt 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gavb out tho hymn beginning I NntlvW Over Hebelljj wh cVcJr Hernial Ono of tlio bost mon w cotoulftl enterprise WSW Willtitm Mac ffraPrwho wan Appointed find mltniti into4ie of British Now Guinea four ycH Bffo Ho is h man of groat energy and entiiUfllnsm innnngcH tho natives with muuli tact 1ms nn explorer zest in tho puriiuit of geographical forts and mh dono mnro thnn uny othor man to make tho interior of southern Now Ouinea known to the world Hero 1b nn incident that given an insight into mn way of dqaling witU fogii tribes lieMantrry f dho capacity God moves In a rhyBtcrloti Ills vonilOrn to perforin way SIUf that his jiv yllltJ0i Tho finger of His sermon was on tho tovt Exodus Gpd tfliVpcopIo Of the Sumai district had plague had come and somo times tho attacked their neighbors the Demory Egyptian monarch was disposed to do tribe A chief of tho Domory tribe better but tltthc lifting 6t eftch plague nicl the aiUiciting party and told tjiohi ho wan as bad as before Tho necroÂ¬ Â¬ Iharnoh was sulking n his marble throitorooin ut Memphis plnguo after people wero friendly to lov mancers of the palace however wero crnment meaning Sir William and compelled to recognize the divine movebis rule and thatSumal had better not ment and after ono of tho most exas Â¬ fight its neighbors because tho govern perating plagues of nil the series they ment would bo snro to inflict punish- Â¬ cried out in the words of my text This ment Then tho chief pointed to tho Is the linger of God shirt which ho wore as lelng a govern Â¬ We nil recognize tho hand jof God and ment shirt Tho Sumni men replied know it is a mighty hand Have you that they did not care u llg for the gov- thought how tho hand of God keeps ernment or government shirts and one millions and millions of round worlds of thorn drew his bow and shot the un- Â¬ vastly larger than our world flying for fortunate chief clean through the body centuries without letting ono fall n feat which is often achieved by New To mo gesticulation is natural If a Guinea bowmen stranger accost you on the street and Sir William decided that the Sumai ask you tho way to some place It Is as warriors must receive u lesson In good natural as for you to breathe to lift manners As slon as possiblo he land your forefinger this way or that Hut ed a force In their district lie told the In every exigency of our life If wo will men that they attacked people who only look wo will find a providential wore orderly and well behaved and pointing so that wo may confidently that they must suffer for it Ho ad say This Islhe finger of God vised them to got ready to fight They For much that concerns us wo have replied that they did not wish to Hirht no responsibility and wo need not make Sir William made answer that a light appeal to tho Lord for directions was necessary in order to ascertain who If a man grows in grace It Is genwas to bo master In future They would erally before ho gets 100000 or after not obey tho government and now the ho loses It If a man has plenty of railgovernment intended to find out wheth road securities and has applied to his er It could make them obey banker for more if tho lots have gone My guns are loaded and ready up 50 per cent in value If ho had hard said Sir William now you get all your work to get tho door of his fire proof weapons and wo will haw a fight and safe shut because of a new roll of se- Â¬ settle the question who Is master curities he put In there just before lock- Â¬ Sir William had brought with him ing up at night if he bo speculating in quite a number of men from neighbor a falling market or rising market and ing tribes to whom tho Sumai people things take for him a right turn ho had boasted that If tho whites eame does not grow in grace much that week against them their heads should rot on Do you know what made the great re- Â¬ poles In Sumai Tho natives however vival of 1857 when more people were bad now lost their boastful vein It converted to God probably than in any was a great humiliation for them to beg year since Christ was born It was the for mercy In the presence of their neigh defalcations and bankruptcy that swept bors Jlut they did beg most lustily American prosperity so Hat that it They said tho government should be could fall no Hatter I am speaking of master from that day and that they whole souled men Such men are o would always listen to its commands broken by calamity that they nre hum Â¬ Sir William would not promise to par- bled atul fly to God for relief Ho told them however don them Nothing but trial will turn such men that he would not tight then but he from earth to Heaven It is only would return to them in three weeks to through clouds and darknessand whirl sob if they had carried out tho orders wind of disaster such a man can see tho lid was about to give them Ilo select Â¬ finger of God ed from them two men as chiefs and A most interesting as well as a most two men as policemen and told them useful study is to watch tho pointing of thby wero to bo his agents In seeing the linger of God In tho seventeenth that the people kept at peace with their century South Carolina was yielding neighbors Tho Sumai men had treat Â¬ resin and turpentine and tar as her ed tho teacher who had been sent chief productions Hut among them with contempt and noticed that the ground Thomas Smith near his house neglect Sir William told them that in Charleston was very much like tho tho church and schoolhouso which the places in Madagascar where ho had teacher had tried to build must be rice and some of the Madagascar completed by tho tlmo ho returned raised sown there and grow so Vapidly rice was Then ho went away and three weeks that South Carolina was led to make later upon his return ho found the rlco her chief production Can huroh and schoolhouso completed the you not too tho finger of God teacher carrying on his work under llev John that Incident very pleasant conditions and tho people in lktoher of England many will know living In amity with all their neighbors wos ono of tho most useful ministers of I do not believe says Sir William the Gospel Hoforc preached Macgregor that this trlbo will again conversion who ever ho had joined tho uriny nnd molest any of their neighbors They had bought his on tho ship for had been conquered and the white gov South America ticket morning ho was Tho rnor had not shed a drop of blood N to sail some ono spilled on him a kettle 1 Herald of water and ho was so wounded ho could not go Ho wns very much dis Â¬ A IIbIiI Muni Weary Haggles Did yor git any thin appointed but tho ship ho was going to sail on went out and never was tor eat Tatterdon Torno Yes and It wuz heard of again Who can doubt that tho lightest meal I over ntruclt Yor tod was arranging tho life of John roc I tackled tho old woman fer a feed Fletcher Was It merely accidental that Rich- Â¬ Sho said sho didnt havo nothln forme and I wuz glvln her u piece of mo mind ard Hodda a Cornish miner who was when the old man came out and lutulo on his knees praying roiualned unhurt V though heavy stones fell boforo him mo eat mo words Iuck and on either side of him and another An Uncouth Unite fell on tho top of these so as to make a Ferdlta Did you refuse him roof ovor him Ponlopo Why St Felix escaped martyrdom by crawl- Â¬ Priscilla Why ing through a hplo In tho wall across Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ now tho same finger of flptl Jspolnting the world upward to tho same Redeemer ana forward to tho time of His uni- Â¬ versal domination Myhonrcrs get out of tho habit of looking back and look- Â¬ ing down nnd look up and look forward It is useful once in awhile to look back but yqu had better for most part of your time stop reminiscence We have none and begin anticipation of us hardly begun yet If we love tho Lord nnd trust Him and you may all lovo Him nnd trust Him from this mo Â¬ ment on wo no moro understand tho good things ahead of us than n child at bchool studying his A H C can under stand what that has to do with his read Ing John Itusklns Seven Lamps of Archlt3cturo or Dantes Dlvlno Com media The satisfactlpns and joys we have as yet had are like tho musical boy makes with his first lesson on tho violin com Â¬ pared with what is evoked from his great orchestra by my dear and Illustri- Â¬ ous and transcendent but now depart Â¬ ed friend Patrick Gllmorc when ho lifted his baton and nil the strings vibrated and all tho trumpets pealed forth and all the flutes caroled and all tho drums rolled and all tho hoofs of the cavalry charge which he imitated wero in full lent Look ahead Tho linger of God points forward I am get Â¬ Oh but says some one ting old aud 1 havo a touch of rheuma tism in that foot and I believe some Â¬ thing Is tho matter with my heart and I can not stand as much as I used to Well I congratulate you for that shows that you arc getting nearer to tho time when you are going to enter immortal youth and be strong enough to hurl oil the battlements of Heaven any bandit who by unheard of burglary might break into the Golden City I feel so lonely Hut says some one The most of my irlends aro gone and tho bereavements of life havo multiplied until this world that was once so I bright to me has lost its charms congratulate you for when you o there will be fewer here to hold you back and more tliero to pull you In Look ahead The finger of God ia Wo sit here in pointing forward church and by hymn and prayer and sermon and Christian association we try to get into a frame of mind that will be acceptable to God aud pleasant to oui selves Hut what a stupid thing it is all compared with what it will bo when we have gone beyond Psalm book and sermon and Hible nnd wo know our last imperfection is gone in the pres ence of that charm of the universe the blessed Christ nnd have him look in our face and say I have been watch ing you and sympathizing with you and helping you all these years and Go where you now you aro here please and never know u sorrow aud never shed a tear This is your mother now she is coming to greet you and there Is your father and there aro your children Sit down under this tree of life and on tho banks of this river talk I tell you there will be it all ovor more joy in ono minute of that than in Look fifty years of earthly exultation ahead Look at the finest house on earth and know that you will have a Look up the finer one in Heaven healthiest person you can find and know you will yet bo healthier Look up the ono who has the best eye sight of any one you havo ever heard of and know you will havo better vision My friends I do not know bow we are going to stand it I mean the full inrush of that splendor Last summer I saw Moscow in home respects the most splendid city under tho sun The em peror afterward asked me if 1 had seen it for Moscow is the pride of Russia I told him yes and that I bad seen Mos will tell you what I meant cow burn examining 000 brass cannons After which wero picked out of tho snow after Napoleon retreated from Moscow each cannon deep cut with the let- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ INCREASE OF CRIME Mir Htuto nl Aflalni nn Rflvrrlcl hy Kiv HtntUtlo At the present moment the police aya Icm in all Its branches costs England iloso upon four millions a year and It is Incredible to suppose that constant uldlttoiiH should bo made to thl rrievouH financial burden without Un peratlyo need In short police statistics of prison ire n striking confirmation trials nnd statistics of statistics and tho Â¬ All Of them point with singular unadur- Â¬ nimity to the conclusion that crime ing tlio last thirty years for which wo Â¬ possess official returns has not de Â¬ creased In gravity and has been steadi ly developing In magnitude The true explanation of this un- Â¬ satisfactory state of things is not far to Â¬ seek it is almost entirely to be at tributed to the growing tendency of con Â¬ the community to become A cities large In centrated population fosters highly concentrated lawless and Immoral instinct in such a multitude of ways that It Is only an expression of literal exactitude to call tho great cities of to day the nurseries Statistics of all of modern crime show this but it can be easily as kinds certained without the aid of any fig- Â¬ ures The aggregation of large multitudes within a very limited area must increase the chances of conflict and consequently multiply the occasions for crime A population in this crowd Â¬ ed condition has also to be restrained and regulated at every turn by a huge network of laws and as every new law forbids something which was permitted before a multiplication of laws is inevitably followed by an increase of crime In addition to these evils which are inherent in the constitution of large cities the immense concentration of property within them generates a host of temptations and a thieving class is developed possessing boundless opportu nities for plunder and for the comparatively Hifo disposal of it A highly I population also augment coucentr jf crime by the creation of volui the Ninteenth a large degenerate caste Century Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Blnndn Pollen vvy M r If pnoumonla f overs Sj other prostratln aciitA uJ to build up dxx1m fvoscs flesh and Btrongtu amlS rcstoro health and view vrhon you fool run dowa and used up tho best thin In tho world is Dr Plcrcoi Golden Medical Discovery It promotes all tho bodily functions rouses ovcry or pin into healthful purifies rur vuu moss ElUDbOni Hcroiuious DKiu ur own juiwim uyspep sin Biliousness and kindred ailments t is tho only remedy tWr Discovery If It doesnt benefit or cure piiumtirVrtf you havo your money back Â¬ - and enriches u cleanses repairs and favl orates tho entire system action - Can you think of nnything moro convincing than tho promiso- that Is mndo by M proprietors of Dr Sages Catarrh Remedy r If wo cantcuroyour Catarrh It is this woll iiy you 5500 in cubh DRKI LMERS fc Bobcat KIDNO oo T t j zfl -- LIVER S2 BLcAt Joints or hlp8Fedfnicnt In urlnollko brick f reiuieut calls or retention rheumatism 1asii i drof y tia e Jlsacii dusfc MihMcy Diabetes Â¬ Stlnplntr sensations when voldlnir dlstersa pros 6uic in the parts urethral Irritation stricture Urinary Troubles scanty or hltfh colored urine Complaint coated eoustlpatlou yellowish eyeballs cfltrd PiucKltM Invalid IUortor dark circles under tho oyes tonirur Cnnruntcc Vno III Disordered Liver liililo to PRETTY GOOD YARN At DrugxlMH 50c Size Dlt KlIMElt Si contents of Ono llottlc It not btv rrfuml you tlio prleo uil Â¬ New York stock exchange for his proclivities as a practical joker made con siderable fun for some of his associates He is sojourning in the country at pres ent and dispensing hospitality to num He is rated bers of his comrades among them as a particularly bad marksman and so it was that when he took a number of them around back of the barn a few mornings since and showed them a target painted on the back of the barn aud a bullet imbedded in the verv center of the bulls eye the first inquiry was Who llred that shot I fired it and from a distance of two hundred yards too was iiis earnest reply Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IIrIi Morlis Will lliive to Take a Hnck SVut Now A broker who is well known on the llnlth frw Consultation -- 100 Size Co fre lIlvaitAMTOV X Y f erman Two bottles of German Syrup cured me of Hemorrhage of the Lungs when other remedies failed I am a married man and thirty six years of age and live with my wife and two little girls at Durham Mo I have stated this brief aud plain so that all may understand My case was a bad one and I shall be glad Oh rat rats to tell anyone about it who will Come off now write me Piiiiii L Sciienck P Yon could not hit the barn at that O Box No man 45 April 25 1S90 distance could ask a more honorable busi- Hut he persisted in his assertion and finally suggested that perhaps some of uess ltkc statement his friends would like to bet on it He got two bets one for a dinner for the Â¬ yrii 95 ICltN StUMttl tV MT Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 crowd and another for a ease of cham Â¬ pagne He then brought out two wit nesses who solemnly declared that thoy had seen the shot fired by him from a distance of two hundred yards and from a rifle The witnesses were be yond suspicion and the bets were paid During the jubilee that followed the broker confessed that he had painted the target on the barn after he had fired the shot N Y Herald One QtlCHtlou Scttlcil Â¬ RiHixf Small ELYS Sl dsSm Jlilp -- -- KvlU or Drink Doods So your husband is at What Is tho homo with a headaoho Penelope Ue- had u ring with him that just fitted moj Ifjip lihtl bad tho faintest iuclihiitijpii to bo empllmcnt ary he would have had ono that was too small TViitin JL - Mrs Mrs Potlds n confiding Woman Too much ice wyitor llodrankthrcojhusus this morning boforo hreaUfusW N Weekly t Tin Jtegulwr ProsrrwmntM Ltytlo Mabel If you dont stop TJ1 tell mnnunu und shell toll ptina and than papa will vfiiip you taut tor Mttlo Johnny Then Ill cry and grandma will give mo soma candy and X wont glvo you any Good News Hammer Cilrl So you have had rouio experience v with mon thissumtHer refused wvea and ac- VWVll ye I pepUd fir Lite which tho spiders immediately after Â¬ ward wove n web His persecutors saw tho holo In the wal but tho spiders web put them pll tho Intel Nations wouljl nisoclo well to watch for tho flngepof Godl What docs tho cholera scare In America mean Somo sny it means that tho plague will sweep pur land next summer I do not bollovo ti word of IL There will bo no Four or cholera hero ioxt summer live summers ago there wero those who said It would surely bo hero tho follow- Â¬ ing summer bciiaijsolt wnsrontho way Hut It did not como TTho sanitary pre-Â¬ cautions ostablihqdi hera will make next summer unusually hcYlUhfnl Hut It js qvldent tqino Jthat the finger of God Is inllf cholera scare and that Ho lspolntlng this nation to something higher nnd better It has been demon Â¬ strated as nover before that wo ara in tho hands of God Ho allowed the plague to come within our gates and thou halted it Hut I notlve that this fiugcr of God almost always and in almost ovcry thing points forward aad ot backward Aud I said Mrs Chugwator like to speak of anything un Â¬ ter N pleasant but Peggys conduct has be Â¬ I ascended a tower of some 250 feet come unbearable and I shall have to just boforo sunset and on each plat- Â¬ hunt for another girl When a serious form there wore bells largo and small difference arises between a cook and CREAM BALM nnd I climbed up among tlio bells and her mistress Tlieniipiiliid into the then as I reached the top all the bells Ei said Mr Chugwator looking nofttrli ill he iiIk underneath mo began to ring and thoy up from his newspaper dimly conscious Bcrliod effectually wero joined by tho bolls of 1400 towers that something in tho nature of a cIcnnMnu tlio lirid if and domes and turrets problem had been presented for his catnrrluil vlniis cnim tiiKlienltliyiccriiioim Some of the bells scut out a faint consideration what is it Maria Dif It allays Inttitmniu tlio uss tinkle of sound a sweet tintinnabula Â¬ ference between a cook aud her mis- Â¬ Hon prntec tion that seemed to bubble In tho air tress Thats easy One cooks the membrane from mldl tlonalcolds completeand others thundered forth boom after steak and the other stakes the cook ly lieaNtlionireoanil boom until It seemed to shako tho And he buried himself In his newspa icstorcHBuiiscof ttuto unil miuII earth and fill tho heavens sounds so per again Chicago Tribune TRY THE CURE weird so sweot so awful so grand so A Light Meal charming so tremendous so soft so parlrliM nppnvl miocii notriliuidKri rippling so reverberating and they Weary Haggles Did yor git nnythin lilV ItltoTUIHs viWunviiMftM t Now lork seemed to wrcatieand whirl and rise tor eat aud sink and burst and roll and Tatterdon Torne Yes and it vu The Best the lightest meal I ever struck Yer mount and die When Napoleon saw Moscow burn It set I tackled tho old woman fer a feed could not havo been more- brilliant than Sho said sho didnt have nothin forme Coat when I ijawVU the 1 tOO turrets aflauio and I wuz glvln her a piece of me mind In tho with tho sunlit roofs of gold and walls when the old man came out and made of malachite and nrchUocturoof all col- Â¬ mo eat mo words Puck WpRLDlJ ors mingling tho browu of autumnal An Itnrontli llruto forests and tho bluo of summer heavens and tho conflagration of morning skies Perdlta Hid you refuse hlin nnd tho green of rich meadows and Penlope Why tho foam of tossing seas Prlscllhi Why Tho mingling of so many colors with Penelope Ho had a ring with him Tim VICIf III i tx o mT- - I unlnl WStff roof so many sounds wns an entrnncoment that just fitted me If ho had had tho new amlvrlllLrfn vnuitrv In ihtitinnltttMorm rOMUhL SLR U a trfcct rldinu coat much too much for human nerves or faintest Inclination to bo complimen- OavrrslhnrnllmoiMlikEllllnwnriif ImllallOUft iiMtra I v wv human eyes or human cars I expect tary ho would havo had ono that was ouvneout irihnKih Tlmlil notOII II JJiUi IatnlrMMlA IVmv tftl THWIMt Iloiloiii to seonQthljijf taqquHl it until you and too small Truth I see Heaven Hut that will surpass it After Month or Wiiltlng and make tho memory of what I saw Miss Ella Derby My sister Muryg In Moscow almost that July evening tamo ajid Insipid All Heaven tiglowinud husband gavo her an engagement ring all Heaven a rlng not in tho sunset two weeks after ho met her Mr Dultnnn who has been a steady Voices of our own but In tho sunrise kindred mingling witU tho doxologlcs caller two years It doesnt take- a of empires Orga of eternal worship man long to proposo when he has an Idea of marrying Jewelers Weekly responding to the trumpets that hav Dr Bulls Cough Syrup wakened tho deai Nations In white dont Josiah Guaranteed to eurw Plllonn Attack 10 in ecn nnd CoiiKtlpuilon bottle Trice So For sulo liy dniiists ricturo 7 17 70 niul sample done free J f SMITH A CO Pr fitleton HEW WK CATAHHH Â¬ stlB Â¬ Â¬ HAV FEVER 11 Mcrpt - ftelLM 1 LICKER -- Â¬ I A 1 - nraBJ HH SUE ONCE UPON A TIME a the kingdom of our childhood How wo lovod each rhyme And each oft told talo banning Once upon n time 2Jw we hold as no less precious Thoughts of youths sweet prlino And the blessed golden season Onco upon a time Xn Discard then had never mingled With our hearts glud chlmo jjUo was harmony and gladness Onco upon a time jlands wore free thon for lifes labors Feet woro strong to climb t Hearts wore full of bravo ambitions Onco upou a time Thon no doubts woro ever blended In lifes happy rhyme Lore was true uiul lovers faithful Onco upon n ttmo Shall wo moclt at those who teach lis Lifo Is still sublime Ah how very fair wo thought It Onco upon a tlino Womans Journal JOHNSONS FORTUNE VB Pound Oil But Not in Paying Quantitios Ive done my bust mother Fanner coming in hut uiul tired Tiitit there dratted buy field rom the mitciiino wont work and ef I am to save my hay Ill have to take that interest money and buy u new machine I think youd better not father Mrs Hobbs answered in mild alarm I dont know where youre goln to get any more ami Johnson is powerful clost about gettin the money on time Id be afeard to let it run over a min Hobbs said Â¬ ute he said as he rodo up and tied his horse to tho meadow fence the whole earth is iust with it and its jlst burstin out of the ground You see thIsdountry bus never had any oil taken out of it he went on glibly and as it is constantly generating it bus become so chock full that the ground cant hold it and its oncct compelled to come out Youd be as Â¬ Well Ill try Lucindy I haint no tonished to see how it is actually boil- Â¬ hopes but I would Mice to savo that in ing up trust money It must be wasting if it is in that Mrs Hobbs stayed in the Held till condition some one remarked five oclock and the hay was cut with Whats a waste of a few millions o few delays The girls brought out the barrels scornfully retorted Johnson supper which was eaten with much Theres enougliflcft for me and my relish in the buy field The horses family and all my poor relations being watered and fed the work went lly this time others having heard tho on by the big harvest moon and at ten news had arrived at the farm and oclock tho hay from the big medder quite a crowd had gathered when the was in the stacks partner with tho expert drove up fol- Â¬ A few days after Jim Johnson came lowed by Mr Hobbs out to see it tho interest money was Just wait until you examine theso ready He tied bis horse under a tree blue patches Johnson said to the two and started through the meadow to see men after they had alighted from their Mr Hobbs who was fencing his ricks buggy Now tell me if yon ever saw at the other side a surer indication of oil Moses and tho bullrushcs Whats The expert gave a glance over tho thnt he asked gazing at glinty blue Held took a quick survey of tho con- Â¬ reflections iloating on pools of water formation of the country and opened standing everywhere for it hud rained his lips to speak but before bo could Oil aud no articulate a word Mr Hobbs broko heavily the night before mistnkc he went on after dipping into the conversation with a remark his finger into a puddle and testing it that sent the cold chills down Johnsons carefully with his nose spine It was only the day before that the And is it them blue patches that In- Â¬ papers had contained an account of dicate ile he asked with a glanco ome new oil Holts found not above half half contemptuous pitying twenty miles away an old partner of a fact for I used morn two Thats Jim had been the first to invest and gallop on my ole mowin machine was consequently fabulously rich n tryin to git through the season with Â¬ Johnson carefully rubbed his finger out buyin u new one on his pocket handkerchief stowed the Let tins be a lesson to you sir saiu latter in a deep pocket and hastened Johnsons partner across tho Held his fuco pnlo and his All tho lesson I git out of it again is that when you eyes glittering very unpleasantly He put in Mr Hobbs tried to greet tho farmer with his ac arc u cuttin hay use plenty of ile customed familiarity but his words Its a swindle Johnson broke out And Ill land you in came by jerks and in gusts and his livid with rage throat became so dry that be could the pen before this is over scarcely articulate Dont talk to me about swindling Whats the matter Haint you well Mr Hobbs began advancing upon Mr Hobbs nsled suspending his work Johnson who retreated to his buggy to gaze curiously at his visitor You Who was it swindled tho Widow Rob Iook taller colored as the dead an inson out of her property and drove her your eyes is like burnt holes in a to commit suicide Who was it that blanket swindled the people out of their tnxon MNo thank you not at all Johnson and barely missed the pen Who was replied at random Im quite well it that swindled except husky soro throat are you Johnson gave his horse a lash with fWcll And the family the whip and drove rapidly away Pretty fair weve got a good deal I didnt know nothin about this lie health mixed up amongst us you business until thismorninMr Hobbs I bow thovs twelve nil told explained to tho people present l Yes a large Interesting family somethin up but 1 knowed they was want to sell tho farm had no Ida what it was for I supposed He tried to make tho quostion less every blamed fool in the country would ager but he could not quiet the know machlne tle on a medder after a tremor in his voice and ho was in rain Waverly aortal dread lest Mr Hobbs should hvu some reason to cross the Held and have heard said lus Ho Smith o tho oil when his cake would be to Mose Schaumburg that the fellow iough as liu mentally expressed It who stole vour money and ran off with He has No Mr Hobbs replied shortlyand it has been killed In Colorado You ought to went on with his work cortainly gone to Hades I vould be much mpro glad Ill givo you a good price for It 1 bo glad responded fantit for a combination shoo factory von I got my money pack good vot dot et n lhrgor dont do me It Mose ven I have V Well twelve thousand a thousand rascal goes to dot hot blaco outcn my expenses Mce said Mr Hobbs jokingly the to pay his traveling Fm was not worth more than a third own bouket mat sum Kittle was walking down street Heres jTll take it wlthW gasp mm dav and her big i to bind tho bargain and Ill till M ft nlinnlr tir tint ImllltlCO lllfllt blue eyes were wide open to nil the Suddenly ounopH things In tho world some tempting looking pqars o did so and handed tho paper to sle espied O oo store iijf Hobbs who kept his countenance before n grocery I see all vose lit- Â¬ received it with perfect gravity auntie she cried applosl-La-d- ies Hvatcly ho was convinced that John tle cunning long tailed Journal Homo P was crazy tCome to tho houso and sign the con- Always use small words my son for tho deed Then If you have said Mr Wiseman-vou will bo lew likely JAU right n White BUck to town and were thunder to choke 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 winter without jt The cattle might Idnder rub along but the horses is jist plum ableeged to have their timothy and my timothy is as fine a piece as von ever sot eyes on Suppose you try again Mrs Hobbs suggested helping her husband to a quarter of iSaspborry pic luscious Ill go out with you and help onchoke her and well use plenty of ile and tncbbu you can rub through jest this Well but Luuindy the hays wuth moron the intrust and you know thcys no takin the stock through the struck when thev learned ttit THE GREAT UNIVERSE was real and that they had twelve thousand dollars In tho bank RUrtllnjc FlRttrra Comparing Hr rVerhl Sense that Johnson haint crazy with but lilt if Npnca Hobbs began as soon as ho was clear of To form some Idea of tho largeness of tho town whv tlnwc tho earth one may look upon tho land Â¬ rwind It rnav bo u nbn fnntn t t scape from tho top of an ordinary dont believe It I wonder ef tlicvvo church steeple and then bear in mind found gold that one must view 000000 similar land Â¬ Itdontinaheno sort o difforonca scapes to get an approximately correct to us father Place 800 Mrs Hobbs answered Idea of the sbo of tho earth Mio was afraid that her husband might earths Hko ours side by side yet Sat take alarm and want to ruo back as urns outermost ring could easily Inclose Bho expressed It No It dont muko a them grain o difference to us an weve got Three hundred thousand earth globes enough for tho place of thoy find could bo stored inside of the Run if hol dimlnts I never did like it an I dont low If a human eye every hour was keer how soon wo git away Lots buy capable of looking upon a fresh meas back our six acres on tho edgu of ure of world material YftOU square miles Clovcrdalo We can git It for three large that eye would need 55000 years thousand nn then youll have nine to overlook the surface of the sun To reach the nearest fixed star ono thousand to put out at interest Yes mothor must travel nineteen trillions of miles And we ldn git little Jim his cornet and If the velocity were equal to that of a cannon ball It would requlro 5 and send him ofT to he learnt to plav Yo kin do jlst asyou please mother 000000 of years to travel tho distance On a clear night nn ordinary human Im rich enough now I reckon to do us I like and I hope 1 wont never want eye can discover 1000 stars In the north em hemisphere most of which send to do nothin very bud Thats somethin you never did do their light from distances which we How largo they father dutifully replied his wife and can not measure I dont believe beiu rieh Is a goin to must be Kound theso 1000 stars circle He change you much If It would Id want 50000 other stars of varioussires somethin to come along and talco tho sides single stars we know of systems money away from us because it cant of stars moving round one another Still we are but a short way Into never pay to give up doin good space as yet Outside our limits of As soon as the transfer was mado and the deed recorded Johnson sent vision and Imagination there are no tho following telegram to his whilom doubt still larger spaces The Milky Way holds probably at least JO 101000 partner stars nnd as each is u sun we presume Come on bring all your loose cash it is encircled by at least fifty planets oil in abundance The cash was Vent with instructions Counting up these figures we arrive at to buy adjoining farms on option of the magnitude of IU00Vi000 stars A thousand millions of stars Who thirty days the oil man would come can comprehend it Still this Is only a later and bring an expert The farms were bargained for at part of the universe The modern tel Â¬ ridiculously low figures and then John Â¬ escopes have discovered more and simson invited his friends out to see his ilar milky ways still further away i- AGRICULTURAL HINTS THE FARM WORKSHOP Valuntitn Hints nnit UILDINQ On of tho CELLARS DeitltMg e AMffht iii Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Hud We know of somottOOOuchuhu which tell you boys represent milky wnjs like ours Let us count 2000 of them as being of the size of our Milky Way then 200x 20101000 IOiS200000suns or 2010 100000000 heavenly bodies Suppose these bodies parading before our mental eye one per minute it would require 11800000 years to finish the march in all of which time we would have to loede upon them unceas Â¬ ingly Suppose a human being migrating from globe to globe and spending fifty years on each he would requlro 100 1m000000000 years for the round If he stayed only one hour he would save much time but still need 20400000 years for the task Yet theso nebuho are only a part of tho universe Outside the nebuhn limits we know of other nebula1 not resolvable Into stars They appear to be primitive nebuho pure unused world stuff matter for new creations Some of them occupy a space as largo as the orbit of Immis Some are still larger The one in Orion Is estimated times to be 2200000000000000000 larger than our sun Are we come to tho outermost limits Who dares say yes We aro probably come to our limits but the future with now instruments and scientific devices may push those limits so much further out into space Golden Days Homo portant Subject No farmer who has not a good work- Â¬ shop has any Idea of the Bervlco one would render htm There Is no use trying to keep tools if you have no place to put them When they are scattered around barn wood house or drlvlng shed they soon become spoiled from rust It does not require an ex- Â¬ pert blacksmith to do much of tho blneksmlthlng or a carpenter to do many of the jobs about tho farm I would not ndvlso any person to lay out vory much money in u workshop but I think every progressive farmer ought to have something of the sort The accompanying diagram Illustrates In a rough way the shop wo have on our farm It Is a substantial though Wu did nil of inexpensive structure the building ourselves in a slack time of the year hence wo did not lay out much money on it It is built of concrete wall It Inches thick und OK feet ter high it bus eight sides therefore it is Next to drainage tho location In re Â¬ very near round The advantages of gard to the building must be considered unless it is to be beneath tho entire Tho worst possiblo placo Is building beneath tho southwest corner of tho building wbllo tho best locution Is in tho center with tho northeast corner us second choice The walls floor and counters should bo cemented to tusuro cleanliness freedom from Insects aud solid surfaces Our first collar has a brick lloor but no one could induce mo to put in n brick lloor again It Is more dllllcult to sweep or scrub and when cleaned does not present a respectable V appearance And the tendouoy to ox cesslve moisture is iuurousod The cellar beneath thu dwelling Is 12x28 inside meusuromontoxtouds from north to south beneath tho center of no 1 tho building Ventilation Is provided having It octagonal shape are there Is by means of two windows ono in onch no waste room in it from square cor- Â¬ end that in tho south being shaded ners besides the roof you will have on The whitlows are provided with glass it is the strongest that you can build aud screen sash either of which Is ami It requires no girths or stnys lu readily opened A counter eighteen any way as It Is braced in Itself and inches hih and three feet wide occu- Â¬ it is impossible for it to spread as the pies one side and the two ends This sheeting makes it impossible besides saved excavation and stono foundation the wall is much stronger and will do and is nil thu more convenient It la much thinner It being braced or bound walled with brick and nicely cemented The sides aru each 10 It is dry cool und clean Tho tempera Â¬ all around feet long on the outside aud being 11 ture in winter ranges from 515 to 40 and iuehes thick makes it 22 feet from in midsummer from 00 to 05 Fruit and side to opposite side diameter inside vegetables kept to perfection tho early The main expense is the roof which winter varieties of apples keeping requires six squares of shingles Last spring the till April aud May Kig represents tho lloor of the tulpehnckuns kept nlcoly until May 20 car shop 0 the door W windows John L Shawvor in Furm and Fire- Â¬ penters bench 2 blacksmiths bench side Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Mucrtlna m an Im- Â¬ During the awltry summer month farmers who do Hot eajoy the luxury of an Icehouse are in a position to appre Â¬ ciate a good cool cellar And even where ice Is to be ebtalued the cellar will only make It possible toobtar the greater benefit from Ice Hut perhape not one In every dexen cellars made Ik cool In summer and warm lu winter unless It possesses some fault sueU aa excessive moisture or lack of ventila- Â¬ tion In elthor case it Isdlkely to bf of llttlo use and perhaps a serious menace to tho henlthfulness of the family One of tho first things to bo sought In tho location Is thorough drainage No collar Is fit for use In which water ac Â¬ cumulates or stands until everything becomes injured to a more or less o tent Neither Is a house fit for habitaÂ¬ tion which stands ovor a llar of this description To bo effective tho drain should bo a few inches lower than tho cellar floor and if it extends entirely around the outer edge it is ull the bet lerfi rifdt TJilfljr to j0 It the bellows 0 tho fireplace which is built of solid masonry it feet square with a hollow In tho top V Is the anvil Fig 2 Is a representation of tho drill- Â¬ ing machine we have Wo made it our- Â¬ selves at an outlay of about 50 cents und it docs thu work as well us a S20 5 carpenters vise 4 blacksmiths vise COMBINATION Nome of RACK THE PLANET VENUS r th PmMillnr Fen tun of Itn At iiioNplttiro nnd Surface The planet Venus continues to puzzle It is a world so the astronomers closely resembling the earth in size that one might naturally enough expect to find many other resemblances between them Hut there is some peculiarity in Venuss atmosphere which renders tho telescopic study of the planets surface In fact Us at Â¬ exceedingly dillicull to be so extraordinarily mosphere seems cloudy that only the merest glimpses of the globe beneath can occasionally be caught A recent review of tho results of twenty years observation of Venus by passing through tho oxtended end of the rack into two upright scantling When the grain ration is oaton tho rack can bo raised and fastened up out of the way as shown by tho dotted lines This being done the sheep havo access to the hay rack Tho front edge of tho liny ruck floor Is 2 foot from tho ground aud thu front plckots J foot c 1 inches 2L long top of wide aud inches aparta theso front pickets is At the VUl 2 shelf or screen uhown lu out fastened 11 nnd A are scantlings 2x0 to the scantling and to which the one bolted on tho rafters at the top II is a plckots aro secured The front edge of scantling 2x1 0 feet long running tho pickets aru rounded off smooth which has a hole mortised Tho advantages cWlmod for this raclc Into l through it 2 Inches from tho bottom aro 1 Kconomy of lloor space 2 Ecou- There Is a bolt running through the ends of U and II There is a long II passes groove cut in A which through so that II can be pushed up and down C Is a H Inch rod through tho end of It and down into V V is a scantling 2x2 and I feet long G Is a stake driven Into the ground with a staple and ring In tho top of It into J Claimed for It Inventor The combinod hay aud grain raclc for sheep shown in Fig 1 is recom- Â¬ mended in the Furm Journal by Mr Henry Wlllnrd of Illpon Wis Tho grain ruck In front is pivoted by bolt tlir Advantage by It R - T x Mmsm Jl Trouvelot the French astronomer in- Â¬ dicates that the surface of that planet is no less extraordinary than the atÂ¬ mosphere which covers it Trouvelot thinks that certain white spots scon on Venus are the tops of vast mountains which protrude above the cloud laden ntinosnhcre Curiously enough these mountains are nearly all in the neigh borhood of the poles Observations by J 1 Lunderor on tho polarization of light reflected from Venus appear to bear out Tronvelots Landercr believes that conclusions the phenomena observed by him Indl cato that tho whole surface of the planet must bo covered by a thick layer of clouds except In the polar regions where parts of the surface extend above tho clouds Youths Cotripnnioii Tho Seal or llutntlml Uy the ancient Greeks who were probly the most Imaginative people of their time linger rings were brought into use as gifts of love aud tokens of betrothal Primitive nations lavishly displayed theso ornaments but little wiereilncHS was attached to them until tho Greeks noted for their sentiment- Â¬ ality saw in tho circular bands em Â¬ blems of eternity and began to regard Â¬ them as tokens of tho most lasting afThe pretty custom has novcr fection waned In popularity and golden circles are yet used as the seals of lovers which tho end of F is put II is tho K Is I Is tho bench is tho tho iron blacksmiths vise augur made out of shafting rleel 9f Inch thick There Is a piece of Iron fastened oil the under side of II where tho auger strikes it with a hole counter sunk in it for the top end of the auger which is tapered to rest in lly putting your foot on tho end of V and pressing it will easily bo seen that you have a groat pressure on a drill blu The article you wish to driU a hoo in you put In the vise or If It bo too blgputa block of wood in tho vise and the thing you wish to drill on top John Taylor Jr In Ohio Farmer ground or lloor 1 rte rc 3 omy of food no waste 3 Protects wool from dust 4 Does not wear off wool A Safe for the animals 0 Clean Â¬ liness of grain trough Tho rack Illustrated by Fig 3 is a simpler affair to bo constructed against the side of tho sheop shed Tho feed trough is 0 Inches from tho floor 15 Inches wide and 0 inches deep The pickets of tho raclc are 2 feet 0 Inches long and HV Inches apart A foot wide board is nulled ulong tho top of raclc Ioffd fur XIk nnd Hlioati iou im ad AGRICULTURAL NOTES Tin cows should not be eating while being milked but stand with eyes closed chewing their cuds and thinking of nothing but lotting the milk come full head To IiiKsniiVK tho wagon wheels so they need not be ttikuu to tho shop heat linseed oil to the boiling point aud pour it in a trough Having enough to cover the felloes turn tho wheel slowly through this boiling oil WllKv thu pasture begins to fall It Is best to commonco cutting off and feed Â¬ ing a green crop The second growth of clover tho crop of mUlet sorghum sown corn or rice can be used to a good advantage for this purpose vow JoWelers Weekly Hrnhv Talcott dairy commissioner of Ohio says I can make from 960 to llrlii Humuir 75 per cow easier In winter dalrylag So you have had some experience than I can from if to 40 iti summer with meJthU summer t ac consequently I have my eows eoase la I refused Mvoand Well ye ia OetoUr November aad Deeewber Lite cepted nve The saying that work well done Is twice done will apply to the feeding of swine Thoy should be fed just what they need and no more If they aro to bu kept healthy and in rood condition On no account should any food be al- Â¬ lowed to bo loft over in the trough Iigs and shouts should bo fed for growth and not for fat Grass green sweet corn cut up when old enough to boll together with bran middlings and oats with what milk thu dairy affords is tho kiud of feed for growing pigs For winter feed nothing Is better or cheaper than sugar beets with a few ears of corn to deep the growing pigs For f attlag In a healthy condition cornmeul with a small quantit of e41 meal uncooked should furnish two thirds of their rntloHf Smith Harding In Farm aad Home Oxk lime to sell i wrh everybody wants hogs Huy wkem all am tXVQm to jartwitk thes iiii dpOTHlTIS IfEW tlTir APER 1 11 i nii i it I m M a 3i What Gov Panels Thinks j Cm FrjrnejfMionri speak- An uxtimiiulion o the reqnue It Wilfie Inllea TIi Trllilitit Will Sell Each law shows it to bo defective in some ing of the local paper says fur iVftCentu nnd 8jnk for gives from portions ungWtmniafical in others j year the local paper ArtHthern Yntrrfttiu c 00 to 000 in free lines to the Clip liow morimlg papqr Cur Cin- Â¬ and in still other sections either F t B community in- which it is located cinnati is a certainty Onu ofthe contradictory or uncortain The bill was considered under Xo other ajjonev can or will do this strongest comptuiioa ever organ hid A in Cincinnati for any purpose is peculiar circumstances It was am I The editor in proportion to hisj t e i i35 E MAlN streel it nmii mjuii iiituiu- - iiuiiiip iumum nunc r 101 mis iuhh back of it Tho list of fUockholdors ruiicu iitipioiiiiy rtiVKtor viKnf i a vn Custom Hmim Square M KLujI comprises nenrlv end hundred of ces illogicallv The wonder is not than any ten men and in all J a m 9fr2 ir PI EflSflHT fnirnem with num Iih mnMil to be ii tfib loading business men of that flint it him n number nf Iiffni HSR ei A supported not because von likoi city The capital stock is 200000 but that it has not more These defeats lhese verbal ob him or admire his writing but P ta directors are Archer Brown fill iR fiaH rAf J President Stephen If Wildder scurities these apparent eoiitradie because the local paper is the best THE NEXT MORNING I FEEL BRIGHT AND NEW AND MY COMPLEXIQN 13 Bti lh Treasurer Albert Lnweon Secre- Â¬ turns should be cured by this Legis investment a community can make Mr doctor sjr It cm jrrnllr on lature We do not mean that the It may not be brilliantly edited or nrt kldtijiindUnilrnt lxitithe tomwh reiir TbU rtritik tary James N Gamble Aaron A HHBykLBBMi WATCHES CortuoMeMtljraj mte Ferris Tamos J Hooker Alexander whole question should be reopened crowded with many thoughts but tea ltfromTirrb aud U prepared called of more benefit but simply that tho legislature financially it Ollner Albort Erkenbreehor Â¬ to a community than tho teacher Tho Tribunowhich is to be the which passed this bill should per1100 npaciaeeir CLOCKS ucnnittfPtltienlyouraddrcsirirfr Understand me I miAadruirBlstcintnt50cnd the hiwrleh or preacher fect it niuno ofthe nmv minor will ocounv mllr Medicine mT i hralthjr In onVrto This legislature ought to do with do not mean morally or intellectu- Â¬ 4y llLillfc IboII IFWI11 thHljnrcnMry IAjiairjj one of tho handsomest buildings in tho city on Main street directly tho rovenue law what the consti- Â¬ ally but financially and yet on Solid SHlrer opposite the post ollico Hoe it tutional convention did with the the moral question you will find AND Ho of Now York are working on constitution adopted by tho people that most ofthe local papers aro on It should at once consider tho the right sido of the question to Â¬ DHILY HSCK tho finest equipment for it ever or Optical Goods The Trib amendments required to make tho day the editors of the homo paper dorod from Cincinnati NinHiiiBHHMBaaiHflHHnaHiHaHivvnHkjH BETWEEN uno will bo entirely fret from law consistent clear and operative do the most for the least money of dis- Â¬ any men on earth sensationalism of every kind and and not leave so much to the ROTHWELL AND HAZEL most popular paper in Ohio valley cretion of the executive oilicers and xyHock leaves llothuell eery in The Kentucky Delegation ft will be independent Republican tho courts 0 and arriv Stuulav ejcccptuil at at Ve do not mean the legislature in politics and will sell for two The Kentucky delegation in the nn7ii ureen at ow r M lcavt iiati Grit n every mnrninj Suiidtiy ecepUl at cents Albert Lawson late with should begin all over again by no Fifty third congress will bo WHOLESALE t oclock arriving at Rothwell at W V M It has done the best it First district W J Stone tho St Louis Republic will be Tho means S A train connecting with the K and A cn- for Mt Sterliaif There the K Tribunes managing editor and could with most ofthe vexed ques Â¬ Second district W T Ellis nect with train for Iexinttoti 1rankfort tions wo do not doubt and the law 1 II Goodnight Charles If Scott late with the Third district o ptrtlc can cet and Chicago Herald will bo its business it has passed should be put to the Fourth district A B Montgom- Â¬ above Iiinwville aine day tliey leave to the Hazel places the If radical er- Â¬ ery MT STERLING KY manager The Tribune will make test ot experience lireen A G Carruth its appearance about tho holidays rors have been committed the next Fifth district 2 FARE children traveling without 3Tfl CoiiMmiient of produce and Sixth district A S Berry Tho owners purpose giving special two years will make it plain But Ladies and the Seventh district WC I Breck ecort will be kindly cared lor We have iatronaie of Mountain Merchants respect attention to the industrial and in order to put tho law in operation old experienced drivers fully solicited jel lly commercial interests of the south in order to make it logical and in enridgo Vourn repectfnllv in which the merchants of Cincin Â¬ telligible certain amendments are Eighth district JlL MeCroarv TAlKtil A DrlilSK julJtf Courier a deop interest notwith Â¬ imperatively demanded nati have Ninth district T If Favnter TI standing the contrary tone of some Journal Tenth district M C Lisle WINCHESTER BANK Cincinnati journals The price of Eleventh district Silas Adams IDINGFELDER to Iowa Mr K When on a visit All are Democrats except Adams Tho Tribuno by mail will be 50 WlNCIIKsTKr KY cents per month or 500 per year Dalton of Luray Bussell county M EOBINSOIf CO X H WITHRRSPOON President Kansas called at tho laboratory of Happy and content is a home with The RoP 1 HUNTKK Cashier Mr J J Hlaizc an extensive real Chamberlain it Co Des Moines to chester a lamp with the light of the morning Importers and Jdbers of estate dealer in les Moines Iowa show them his six year old boy Catalogues write Rochester Lamp CoNewVork Paid up Capital 20000000 narrowly escaped one of the sever Â¬ whose life had been saved by Cham Â¬ DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS MOd DAVIS Surplus 6000000 est attacks of pneumonia while in berlains Cough Bemedy it having Weit Liberty Ky This Hunk solicits the aecotints of mer Â¬ cured him of a very severe attack tho northern part of that state dur with No 537 530 and 541 s chants farmers traders and business men ing a recent blizzard says the Sat Â¬ of croup Mr Dalton is certain that generally throughout Knstern Kentucky BETTMAW BROS 5 CO West Main Street and oilers its customers everv facilitv and urday Review Mr Blaizo had oc Â¬ it saved his boys life and is enthu- Â¬ the most liberal tenn within the limits of of casion to drive several miles during siastic in his praio of the remedy Manufacturers Clothing LOUISVILLE KY legitimate hanking oetlSly tho storm and was so thorouly chill- Â¬ For sale bv Boo it Jones Oii W lKAitii St CINCINNATI ed that ho was unable to get warm Do Business With a Home Institution and inside of an hour after his re Gold and Silver Bank t urn he was threatenedwith a severe Speaking of tho prevailing fear X V if M Vi Vk MT STERLING KY THE CLAY CITY case of pneumonia or lung fever that our gold may atniin catch a Mr Blaizo sent to the nearest drug fancy for a foreign trip it is well Capital 200000 Suitiixs 80000 i i storo and got a bottle of Chamber- Â¬ to note who it is in Europe that J M MGSTAKF President lains Cough Remedy of which ho is gathering it in Keep your eye CLAY CITY KY G L KIISKIATJHCK Yice President had often heard and took a num Â¬ on France She is a financier JvVv W W THOMSON Cufchier Capital oO000 ber of largo doses 3 fo says the ef- Â¬ 1IIANK IK IUSELL riO YD DAY On Saturday last roughly esti- Â¬ We respectfully solicit the business of merPresident fect was wonderful and in a short mating the pound sterling at to Cashier No Hank in Knstern Kentucky has better chants tanners traders md business nicii timo he was breathing quite easily the Bank of England held in gold Every DsscriDtion vnulls nor lietter facilities for keeping your jenenillv throughout liistern Kentucky A Ho kept on taking tho medicine and 123832510 account Managed entirely hvhome people general banking businos done dive us a The Imperial Bunk who know- j on and w ho are always ready to chance to send you u bank book tuy your next day was able to come to Des of Germany holdl872r00 The seen a vO cheeks aud loan von money w hen in need accommodate you Moines Mr Blaizo regards his cure Bank of France held much more Money to loan on reasonable rate W W Thompson Cash us simply wonderful For sale by than both of tho others together Call on u CATALOOUKS Rose Jones MINUTIiS that is 335454225 PKOOIMMS R S STJRADEIt SON PHILLIPS In addition to this the Imperial PAMPHLETS Hays Text Book Bill ITH Successors to 1 A La it Co Bank of Germany hold 51587500 ENVELOP1CS Sovoral members of the legisla- Â¬ in silver and the Bank of France UETTEH HEADS M NOTIC HEADS CO 74 R Main Stkkkt LEXINGTON KY ture aro showing themselves up in hold silver amounting to 251025 Wholesale Dealeis in PILL HEADS a bad light by voting against tho 5120 JUIlltKKS IN STATEMENTS proposition tending to induce hon Â¬ There does not seem to bo any SALE HILLS Kentucky Whiskies Hardware Agricultural Implements Straight esty in the selection of text books one in it but France DODCJEHS for schools Sec 8 of the Hay text CARDS OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS MALTA Wines Brandies c book bill provides that any mem TAOS Megrimine the only permanent PLOWS COOKS MILLS EVAP ORATORS CHAMPION REAPERS FINE OLD WHISlvY A SPECIALTY bur of tho county school board who cure for all forms of headache and CIGARS AND TOBACCO AND MOWERS STODDARD AND shall receive any bribe for their neuralgia relievos the pain in from ACME HAKUOWSicc Acents for Old Putjh Old IVnpcr Old V Executed with apatites and Ah For sale on pos Â¬ ciLBfLVQ0 n soucon f books shall be 15 to 20 minutes Old Taylor Xf patch and nt the lowest pricCh Wrtined not less than 50 nor more itive guarantee at Thk llintvin of Â¬ VfK cuiiMMeat with Lood material DOORS AND SASH A SPECIALTY Turrand 110 and 1PJ Skcond Stiikkt An amendment was fice or sent postpaid by mail upon than 500 workiaaasinp x0v lul rst t I RONTON O LOritT LOMlMtl ON AM offered making Hiis provision ap- Â¬ receipt of price 50 cents a box f Comiititiox ply to members of town and city auiXi vl Whoa yoa wnatuay prietinfr it Cut Price House Xv boards as well as to county boards f any kiutl at any tune call Kentuckys Vote i H Twenty six members voted against 107 RACE STREET Jllio returns from every vvv on nrahlro The thuujiendment They probably county official state have boon re Â¬ IM simncii cooper Livery Feed and Sale Stable in tho hiujLpSuds in tho city who have a Hail Cireen Ky CINCINNATI OHIO vf at Frankfort The total vote goWfmiig and do not want to let ceived HAZEL GREEN KY - IXDKUWKAK SIIAWIS 1I0SIgo The bill has elicited general in the state is 340732 a falling off most is qcAsmr UEsrigiALiTt KKY 5tVis IlLAXKrT SI S interost and seem to bo in a fair of 4000 votes since the election of QQiS tf Wh M IMNDKKS and all kinds of mini k Â¬ wines mid other jiooiK in Notion and riVDouhle aud Sinj le way to pass tho house The state four years age Tho vote is dividKuruMiini Oood Line ed as follows Cleveland 175121 Kii and Saddle Horse iupgrinlondont favors the bill and lor liire Partiei eonvey 135420 Weaver 2350 II A learuly urges its passage Lot us Harrison ed to any point on reaoii Bidwell 3S5 Clevelands plural- ork able terms ihvu some kind of a bill that will Cliureli Street Xe ity h 4000 as against 2SM four S iiieitil attention to until orders i knock the school book combines iu ii til hisii undid to mi eaiit tor aue The v t for Clovehu d CREAM ttoneeriiijr and Milioit liusiiHs of tlii kind hIcv high for its a sin to longer vear- - airo i i tejieetfullv Ae lt 4iii snows a uoerease m me enure vine Vol tho poor children JOHN 1I lMEUATr t tor him of S3 since lSSSi eiu ling Gazette IltACTlCAI The oto for llairison shows a di AY HOrSE Ohnlcmlthp onrl UornnmolflrC YEARS FOR For a sore throat there is noth Jeroasoof I57lia Democratic gain IUki CSkiiv Ky iuoivoilllllio QIIU HaUlimcmon Has loci all Worm Remedies ing better than a flannel bandage ot Mils IOl DAY lVolirllr HAZEL GHEEN KY EVERY BOHLE GUARANTEED dampened with Chamberlains Bain llns house hits heen reeentlv telittetl and lllaeksmithiiijr of all kinds solfeiled and hed and the talde i atnll times sup Medicine moves the bow- rejurul Lanes Balm It will noarly alwavs effect SOLD EVERYWHERE work troniitlv done We make a sieciidiv hest in the market u euro in one nighCs time This els each day In order to be hoal- - mMrt4kjKKHiBBflOSTATLOHllID CO 8TL0CIS plied with tintnuide room attaelied andKates f huildine i horje vajons and jjuanintie reasoualde ne olal rate- to eommereial men ratronife is all uoik remody is also a favorito for rhuu Jtliy this is necessary tlir it mauimn XOTICi -are indelHd resjieetfullv olieited my linn or eitherAll who for work must toroiittj mutism and has cured many very of ns wnii Kiiirliiiiil ilw tint Lnw vvliont Inl fiO cont bottles for aud settle and eath orMilisfaetorv terms win Htvuro casort he demanded for all work done hereafier D H CARPENTER us lur fariiuiks liiul It any txltitl Htlto lV Rf0 0 JOIHH Tliankiujr von for t patrona LOUIS STIX moroprofitnbloto oll milk Imttor WHOLESALE DRY GOODS CO lieitiuir ii nuiliiiiitiirVvvt the Mime and of Iium witiitssod ami choice monta as woll as fruitsj 3 NOTIONS HOOTS SHOES c Thk Tall of JS2 1SOSK it DHlUW nierifiilly WJMMI XllK iKIKIls IV Corbott yor ami vogotnblort tho farmnrs paying i reoiy thrcu grunt uonttts CATwrrrsnuiM KY huh Sullivnn CUn olaiul iiguinnt high ront forllnuisnof tho farms Ey and Sldn i i STAMPER t MrCsriKE ir miulilUTiiiii mm v iuie moiiim iDJW - It will pav farmers in his country Ghunbarlains Ointment ton Tio lattor was a football do do the same Small areas that CAMlTON KV A certain cure for Chronic Sow Eye tlirht and the New York Sun savsjaro highly fertilized and well eul- - Tetter bait itfceum oalti Will pnieliceju thieourts II hro OW Hed tliMt there wore 10000 spectators tivatetl hro always prolifable eom ofWolleiind IliViidjoininp i v wMmChronic Soree Feyef Sores EeMQia tMiintieis All hiuiuess entrusted toiuireflrf TIkj gnte receipts wero fr00U pared with large farms VA1UUI0 Xj Itoh Prftlrla SirrluM Wtl vrill rceelve prompt attention tthi is m jtreht oountry Our in ndPih Ifcbooolbv Joughing IoiiiIh to msumption fant imUiNtrirido not seem to iiihhI Tho itwtly celetnuel j janisU protection ns they used 4o Kmps llnlsinn stops tla1 cough at mi Swsaba 52 lVrfytun n WiW t tliic ollioo Mt 1 vntu do once Kiiqiiiror ItituptttfMdWilHWM fecial nundon tomall ordm PjK and the W pencil in town at 1 j Tki Revenue Bill 1W r W jf - i I ii 1 iV J fKE rnlm- mn wmm r9tlrillluUMIUli V iMBciu vH I i l l4A BfEi4 WfSlmfe t mm Wmm lexihqton I I i- - LANES MEDICINE DIAMONDS JWLRY iw i -- STrimble Bros f GBioeia8 IE Each Way Â¬ Â¬ J A rriii ik miu Traders Deposit i National banK - Â¬ 8S 1 JJI W 1 1 KERR 3 H G FEDBR J PIERATT rl Qp - WUKMo WHITES 20 I j I 1 i i J J V- I i WHl IiiiiCi i I 1 i VERMIFUGE ROSE DeBUSK ll3r D j rr - IDry Goods J I Mrfrypxy I J fSSlTC I1 I