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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 PCNOCR COOPER Owner And Editor Hazel Gbeem Herald Of a Noisy World With Nows From All Nations Lumbring at Hla BaokH tloo A YEAR Always In Alvitnc BIGHT II YEAH frtv W 1IEL MttMiKrtl GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY In FRIDAY DECEMBER 23 1892 NUMBER 3D u i - T The Woful Sub Committee room 14 in nolcnm ntate the Jurat Three Brute Wanted Six nogrocs aro now hold ut fowl Â¬ ing Groon Ky ujion tho clinrgo of assaulting hss Kalo Andoron re- Â¬ cently Tho young woman is very weak and none of tho prieonors havo boon tnkon boforo Iter for idontification as lior physicians think it host she should not yot bo subjected to tho ordeal The city council oilers a rownrd of 250 for tho nrrost of tho guilty man nnd a handsomo reward is also being made up by private subscription County Judge Gridor telegraphed governor Brown asking that ho oiler a stato roward Gov Brown replied that ho will olVor a roward of 1500 Tho council has author- Â¬ ized chief of police J nines to secure blood hounds to track down the brutal negro if ho is not one of tho six now in jail Leonard Tyo was romoved from Williamsburg to Stanford jail to prevent a mob from hanging hint for tho rape and murder of Mildred Bryant A mob is looking for an unknown negro who assaulted tho 8 yetir old daughter of II V Brien at Belle vue Ton n Tho Odd Fellows Home A movement is on foot to socuro tho location of tho proposed Odd- Â¬ fellows widows and orphans homo at Shelbyville Ky Tho grand lodge of this order at its recent mooting in Covington appointed committees to porfect arrange Â¬ ments for establishing a homo and by the proposod charter it must bo located within forty miles of Louis- Â¬ ville and outside of that city- This condition is basod upon a proposod donation oi tzoajuu irom a ijouis villo man provided tho condition But as to location is carried out town in tho prescribed ono other limit is making any oilort to secure this building and Sholbyvillo and tho vicinity will doubtless do tho liberal thing in tho matter of con- Â¬ tributions necessary to socuro tho location of tho homo - i The Greatest Effort OF HI TIB Louis H Every Department LIVES t IN 4 Committkk sat And every man among cm thought he knew where ho wa nt And hnistcd on procectlln for to call tin iiivnor down Which the same could swing a veto axe and his other name was Brown Now matters up nt Frankfort they had come to such n pitch That the trouble it was grtevom over reve- Â¬ nue nnd sich And the people were coinplaiuiu just as people sometimes will That the General Assembly wasnt more than lit to kill So this solemn old committee crowded right into the room Ami then it sent to ltourbon for a man that had u boom Now the question for debatln the committee had in view it didnt have no merit why it certainly If was new Audit sorto run in this way That we count a bill as passed Though the final vote we hold to happens not to he the last So they searched the constitution and they hunted all the hooks Till the broth came near to burnin from tlie number of the cooks Tor every man among em had his own opinion Hat And he sort o thought the others didnt know where they were at So they finally concluded that to frame a btout address That the number of the dressors must grow beautifully less Then they weeded and they weeded till they simmered down to live With the solcmest intention for to liny the iiiv alive And they didnt sleep in day time and they didnt eat at night Hut they set to work to liny him and they worked with all their might Hi THE o if History ofLexington frmW Gas Straus ri u isplaySphigClothi - Overllowini to its utmost oapiicity Tins h not catch penny sile of any kind but good honest values unci qualities at fair prices Durini the coining week we will display full lines of MgnJ- unci Hoys Clothing rcnftvcnting the load iu and best muuulucturerd in the United States and Europe Wo will forfeit our reputntinnof thirty We have nevyears standiii in Lexington er failed to keep our promises heretofore Â¬ The World Fair Bill The coutt of nppoals has decided the Worlds Fair bill unconsti- Â¬ tutional because the legislature dirt not give it the proper voto on its final passage Throe opinions aro given out covoring seven columns of small typo in tho Courier-JournJudgo Pryor furnishes a dis- Â¬ senting opinion which is tho most logical in tho lot and which will bo ondorsed by thocotlrtof appeals as a necessity before ton yoars roll To allow laws to bo as Â¬ around sailed in any court will mako all laws uncertain and a vomody miist bo supplied In all theso issues tho Auditor is tho only man on top I To has saved tho Stato 100000 and prevented a void act from tak- Â¬ ing it out and lodging it in Chicago for a Kentucky rostaurant and bar Tho commissioners woro appointod by tho governor under a void act and the accounts of said commis- Â¬ sioners woro approved by tho gov- Â¬ ernor after his excellency had raiBed the question that other bills simi- Â¬ larly enacted by thogenoral assem Â¬ bly wero not laws The attorneys should now suggest tho oilicial death of the appolloos and move tho appointment of an adminis Â¬ trator to settle tho estato Frank Â¬ fort Argus Rain Making Partly Successful al A Lottor from Qon Dyrenforth That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at 5 That we willsell you the best Mens Suit at 10 That we will sell urn the best Mens Suit at 15 That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at 20 Gen Dyrenforth admits that his experiments in this lino havo not come quito up to his oxpootations but it is interesting to road what he has to say about a still rdator That we will sell you the best Meu -- Suit at2o Wo are doing the largest business we have ever done class artists make your selections early Come and JAJLQRING DEPARTMENTS Is the finest in the United StateC Uur Cutters and Workmen are first OUR MERCHANT they fastened down the transom and they tightly locked thu door While the chunks ot heavy wisdom made a rip rap on the floor Then the midnight nil was lighted and the So wisdom began to How To the murmurs of the others thnt twas bound to be a go Grammar Rhetoric Metaphysics Cicero de L G STRAUS 1UiUiULiUiuthuU Senectute Each was drafted into service these for wind and that for beauty And the wisdom cvoluted in the now his torie room Was as incense to the nostrils of the man that hud a boom Day and night that sub committee w rote and pondered wrote and scratched Incubating on their bantling till the addled egg was hatched nicw a blast of shrilly triumph blew a self LEADING CLOTHIERS and FINE TAILORS LEXINGTON KENTUCKY ssoo OfrW904OO e0l 4ift0fr0ls33l sz22Zwi nwvwvwvwvYwvwT- Seeing is Believing And a good lamp must be simnle when it is not simple it is not good Simple Beautiful Good these words mean much but to see The Rochester All metal will imnrpss the trutb more forcibly and seamless and made in three pieces only tough it is absolutely safe and unbreakable Like Aladdins of old it is indeed a wonderful lamp for its mar vlmic lifrht is nurnr and brichter than cas light softer than electric light and more cheerful than either irilieimpwni look for thltamp--TnHRociiM- m varieties from the Latsttt I JlfT lMp Slot in the If old HOCIIBSTGR LAMP CO 42 Park Place New Tfork City The Rochester JAY-EYE-S-EE MMfUMIIIIIHHI I r Took inhnud the GltKAT Annnixsons and It blackened up their eye - Oer Its knees It laid them gently drew a breath both broad and deep f And the way the spanks were given would have made old Ingle weep ltls thebetprerratlon 1 haveeverusedorheard J It to all Horcmep of 1 heartily It was lively while It lasted it was whole some when twas done We have hundreds c luchtcitlmontaU Had they felt as sorry sooner that address Per toti theyd neer begun oe- - not keep 7 N Y V II rIflJ1 k VV BMBUABV Happen maybo they arc wiser since the aaiillllllCIII iHiiiim Umttiii judgment was reversed Happen maybe theyll acknowledge that u final Isnt first Happen mnybe theyll acknowledge that the now historic mom Was the fatalist thing could happen In the Wt biirslin ofn boom t next Prcsl- be riltt lYinifw rn iuV Men nre Iklugof the Pine Furniture the how cheap vC ear we must vouchsafe em wje we slid Went Tariff Keform Ac hut the ladies are i coutciiiniaiu in smiii ey can iuy it troni With the honest farmers prtMluetAjfatlMiJj y- - j bottom of the soup J w-- 3RofexjCTo murmur rises And a smothered remedy 1 removed a large Hunch andlnV from a 3 year old lllly with three appllcaUona of Mr J I Cask Hickory 3rovo Farm home Ha S It G DYItBWFOUTII their brandy stills mako a few something to Addresa DuHoia fe Webb Fourth and gallons and then sell Louisville Ky drink tho year round Tho only Jefferson page book free Fifty porson who can soil liquor of any kind in Breathitt county legally is The Auditors Indorsement laudative blast tho distiller and ho is allowed to Tho Auditor Major L C Nor-Â¬ Oer the sub committee logic that a final soil it only by tho quart not to bo man is tho1 only porson that is wasnt last drunk on tho promises If only crowned with laurols bv tho Court There the Curat ADlWKVi they scattered tho liquor made in tho county was of Appoals Says Judgo Pryor Sandys vale and Mills Point usod wo would bo comparatively Ho tho Auditor is tho trusteo Heard the wisdom Incubated in that famous free from the curse Tho samo of the statos funds and to such an little joint Tho oxtent that not ono cont can bo is true of adjoining counties On the long Ohio bonier by the turbid bore by tho railroad drawn from the troasury without liquor brought Lickings wave goes to Knott and Porry counties his warrant and his persistency in In the ulorious llluc grass region in the Tho grand refusing to pay this claim not only as woll as to Breathitt depths of Mammoth Cave juries will havo plenty of work in attests his fidelity and ofllcionoy In the Urar gras on the mountains in the forreting out this illegitimate traf- Â¬ as an official but his dofenco in modest Iennyrile JncksonJ lustier Everywhere the GltKAT AlHHtKssoiw billed fic which ho is sustained by my assoc- Â¬ their logic and their style was in iates has savod tho stato an expen Â¬ The stato grange which Then they calmly sat nnd waited hi a swell session at Louisvillo last weok diture from tho troasury undor a ing stale of mind adopted tho following resolution a void legislative onactmont tho sum for a special message that the copy of which was ordored sent to of 100000 Wnltlm Frankfort Argus Guvnor had resigned Representative Carroll who intro- Â¬ Tho following from an uniden Â¬ ButtheGuvuor kept his counsel nnd his duced tho bill appropriating 100 tified newspaperis going tho rounds veto axe in trim f00 for a represent at ion of tho of the press and so fully states any one was troubled why he didnt And If state at the Worlds Fair its publication look like him Ilcwdvcd Thai in tho opinion of tho tho situation that in overy stato whore Well it happened somewhat later that the state Bran8 Kentucky it would bo is justifiable Court of Errors high an irrcparablo minfortuno for Kentucky the alliance has drifted into poli- Â¬ Â¬ form you of tho remarkable curative ef Â¬ fects experienced by myself and by otli orn under my yiow from the uo of your Klectropoiso You may not know that I am a regular M D and havo been a From tho courao practicing phvflicinii of mv ducat Ion and association asHUcb I had no faith in tho treatment Per Honal exporlenco and observation have however convinced mo of it wonderful They Beat the Law and mibtlo eUecta I inscribe tho benefi Â¬ Tho amount of whisky that iB cial resultH of tho instrument I used boing unloadod at our depot is im and the curative cllectfl of the others A great doal is in barrols which I observed to tho establishment monco u potential much of it in kegs and a vast ofcongratulate by therino olectric action your company upon hav I amount in jugs A great deal of injr broad and strong protection by its it is for distillors Thov register patent upon tho instrument Yourn achiovomont of tho ago as it con Â¬ cerns our hoalth Washington D C Dec 0 1892 DrcAit SinI deom it a duty to inÂ¬ vrv known wrs QUINNS OINTMENT bf XV PrlSt5 TrTI SfitE els tn mita ff mi tegs VXJrrvWt i tup I Uo W- I - it tin Inn nnil moat talking through a hat i EX iaxftis w Will ioii0 lell us where were nt Newport State chnrlblo cbristlaplca w In Journal The stato grango is pretty good authority among farmors and its Avishos should altract attention Frankfort Capital A boiler twonty four iouu long and forty eigbt inches in diameter at Newport Ky lot go The im cilinto fatal itios wero confined to two tramps buried in tho debris In whoso numes aro not known to these two workmen addition Herman Wolf ami Get Keed wen mortal Iv Wounded If any others 1avAhonn hurt that fact is not iftrtafned The boiler linuxo was f t t l t UHUOllHllOtl Willi itA IlllHiiuini lYTn lliy iloikitiitul litU j 15000 Fragments of tho Doner wero found 1200 fret away I i not to havo a creditable exhibition nt the great Columbian exposition at Chi cago and wo earnestly and respectfully ask tho lejdHlature to paw tho bill to ap- Â¬ propriate 100000 for that purpose in- Â¬ troduced by Representative Carroll and IkjIIcvo that Kentucky can not Iks made to nnpear at her heat with a lew sum Â¬ convicted in tha United States court at that place of taking an oxorbitant ponsjon The penalty is two yoars in prison 600 flntf or both Congressman Goodnight is quito sick at his home at Franklin Ky and will not m able to go to Wash Â¬ ington for Hornet time educators without education And by statesmen without a job Wilbur 0 Jlonton h ponnion agent of Covington was last weok By A Kansas man who had been aftlliating with the alliance party of that stato for tho past few yearo having severed tiin allegiance tbeiotu thus briefly gives hU reasons for so doing Hecauw it is run by lawyers without clients By doctors without patients By preachers without pulpits By women without husbands By farmers without farms By financiers without finance tics v it v r Vji ij J flm9wwr Hazel Green Herald SrENOER COOPER rubllther M X wTrfi x V7 tv f t S jfijrj iJf fcy ff7VTj- - - m THE LITTLE TYPEWRlTEfJESS r aAtii iypo writer am ir w nine lunch upon pickles and pi And on tho grotesque Machine on my Ucsquo My Angora llko llKhtcn lnff M Of courno its my ardent design To bo at tho ofllen nt nlfjn Hut usually lato With dignity tfrnto I make my appvaranco dlrlgn Hut though In arriving Im slow Ktght nhurp on tho tiecond I gowj Whatovcrs undono Must wall for my phono Of walking to homo with my bow Not only I kcop out of debt Upon thonmall wages I gobt Hut avo Homothlm too Which men never doc Although of tholr Bmartncfls they bebt I laugh at for never they hurt Tho ornco boys efforts to Hurt Hut others who try I freeze with my cyo And make them feel cheuper than durt Llko Hridget Im able to rolgn And treat the head clerks with dlsdelgn They have to oboy For fear I soino day Might wed their employer so velgn 0 yest When such chances I weigh I envy not muldcns who plclgh HAZEL GREEN THE SPHERE t t I KY I OF PAINTING Thine It I - KnlttrKOil by ho Addition of to Knt J r i r fr member of tho establishment TliU example is being rapidly followed by restaurants of ovcry olnBH Yes your breulcfnst Is painted your oinelot leg of mutton aalad all arc colored by a Bpcolal process Thoro Is progrews for you In ono pf tho principal rcstnurnnts of Paris thoy havo just invented cullimry painting and un nrtlst Ik a regular on it do h said tho veteran Xow Tioric yo BcrUind Knoyst thou uughl of handling sword undilance and reining a war Horso rtOft havel tril answorcd bert- Â¬ rand Hushing but I havo nono to tench mo and who shall say whethor 1 do aright or no Ah that will II cried Yvon du Cltatelot Ho that is willing to learn need never lack teachers Coino to mo when thou wilt and I will toach thee all T know of tlfrtt which beseem cth a knight I warrant thou wilt not bo slow to learn Thoro is ray hand Ayf honrtijy that 5 as iMlaston reeled in his saddle but ho recovered Ktmsclf and wheeled his chargor for another course But ho was not to oscnpo a second time Tho unknown champions spear struck him on tho holtnot and hurled him from his saddle as if fired out of a This was moro than tho old baron could bear and springing from his scat ho roared Ho there Bring my horse quickl I myself will denl with this nameless fellow since thoso boys havo let him conquor thcml Nay I must not fight with thco good-for-nothi- It scorned tBome of the lookcrs oa IIont ScJter gun niuiiiiini yiui ern Railroad Huporinr For further Hoiiims Land La Bnllo street phla Record itiinmouurlcs Tho Uultod State govornniont htm Am elded to open Nov S3 18ft for oftloment undor tho Itomostcnd Uw the unornJ lands of the Mnrntietto fcLlttlo Day Du Noquot Kallrond horctofore reserved from entry in Northern Mlohlgnn Atthomimn time the right of tlio Ontonagon Uru Klver KtillroHd lias been denied ton larr In tho Upper PcnltiMthi of trnct of land Michigan This gives an unprecedented olmnco to locnte valuable timber und mln end land which are among tho best la th Unpor Pcniiifiuln and uro reached onlv nv Attention iiniiw wmj tYiiimcu CC XSOrth between Chicago andLaka 1R1 K I recently saw a baked leg of mutton painted and tho operation interested mo greatly Tho object was to make of It a leg of mutton toasted on a spit Having transfixed it with a spit which was immodiatoly withdrawn tho cook then pasBed over tho mutton saying Now for tho palntor Tho painter had before him a dozen bowls of different dimensions Each IManoH Theyre glow Wo typewriters gow had its paint brush and on one side Off quicker urt surer ttan thelgh woro lying Bovoral brushes of various 11 a Dodge In Goodults Sun degrees of stiffness Tho artist for a moment studied tho leg of mutton sub Â¬ mitted to him passed his hand across AN UNKNOWN CHAMPION his brow then dipped his brush Into tho pot labeled rlssolo and painted tho deep brown parts of tho mutton Tho Losaon Ho Taught in tho Fourtoonth Oontury just from tho oven Ho next took a mop and with it HEY may well sprinkled a powder of carbonated meat su3 that I ought on tho joint calculated to crackle under uever to have tho tooth With a brush dipped in a been born for mixture called natural blood he Imthere seems to itated tho pricks from which tho juice be no place for escaped abundantly Tho scullion mo in tho world poured two or throo spoonfuls of con and no work that nommo In the dish and added a little I can do there beet juice then with a small syringe Those despair Â¬ pierced with three holes like those used ing words were in treating the car ho variegated the spoken on a whole with several pounds of boiling bright spring grease morning in the Tho mutton was served to a party of early part of the Wallachians with tho announcement fourteenth cen Â¬ There gentlemen just from the spit tury by a short This operation was scarcely over when clumsy hard I heard an order come through the featured boy spoaking tube Four reedblrdsl The who was lying chief Immediately called out Go quickon the brow of a ly find Alfred Ho Is at tho refrlgoru torl I asked Who may Alfred beM low ridge in the north of Bretngne or Tho pa In tor replied Hols tho reedbtrd Brittany and looking gloomily at the dark gray battlements of tho ancient manufacturer Alfred came they gave him three castlo that rose above the encircling bleeding Bparrows and having drawn woods half a mile to his left Many have thought thus before up with a straw a certain quantity of thee lad said a deep voice beside chicken fat prioknd each sparrow and Lhim but trust me there is in this injected tho grease between the skin and tho Uoh Tho sparrows had be world of ours a place and a work for somo reedbirds rcokiug with fat and a very man living if ho will but seek it plumpness Thusserved sparrows bring out boy looked up with a The start and Bixty cents each Tonnoss Millers ho started yot mqro when ho saw who Quarterly it was that hud spokon to him By his side stood agrny hulrcd stcrn HER NAME faeud man in full armor for in this IoiKlbln Hint Coucoriiliifc tho Manner ol itormy ago no ono ever went abroad Speaking to or of Ktirvuntrt unarmed tall and strongly made but Tho Now York Sun has been saying a disfigured by a deformed shoulder and good word for a class of people who are a face almost as ugly us the boys own commonly treated as if they had no but grim as he looked thoro was u names in tho ordinary sense of the kindly look in his keen gray eyes word As ono housekeeper expressed that went straight to the heart of the I always call mj cook Iterlcs forlorn lad herself McMslro Yvon my maid Mary and my man lohn cried the boy pas Woro constantly changing and en nt sionately if it be as thou sayost what bo bothered with learning and trying place or work in lifo is thoro for mo My brothers mock me and call me to remember their names Ugly Bertram It might have been suggested to thin Bertrand de Lund lady that her indolence in learning and shut me out from all their sports her sorvunts names had perhaps some and pastimes My father himself hates thing to do with their short terms of me and wishes me dead and gives me service Servants being human beings nochunco to learn knightly training or it is not so very surprising that thoy win knightly fame and all because 1 am short and ill favored instead of be should liko to be treated as such If tho cook is a married woman why ing tall and goodly liko themselves Is It miv fault that 1 was born ugly And should not tho fact bo recognized Mrs White Mrs Brown would like yet 1 fool that 1 could do somewhat had to see you was tho message that the I but the chance Say st thou so cried tho old knight housemaid brought from tho cook to tho mistress Nay then eying him approvingly Tho mistress remonstrated Mary there is no fear of thee for ho who why do you not say Mrs White the longs to do worthy deeds and feels cook would llko to seo you O maam Mrs Brown wouldnt like it But I wish it Shortly afterward tho girl returned Mrs Brown says mnam she wasnt baptized Cook Tho cook war indispensable and ac cordingly sho remains Mrs Brown And why not Youths Companion Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fcv f Vher iRnorMnoe U MUs t Ti y v it ik H A young Boston man had a slight cold and sore throat and meeting his cousin who is a physician uud some thing of a wag ho asked him what to dof or it Oh Ill write b proscription for you was tho answer Ho wrote It and the gentleman glanced at it before taking it to the druggist It read Aqua pnra ounce chloride sodium ounce Slako well boforo using and gurgle with it every half hour How much is it queried tho pa Â¬ nirHi is my hand on it tient as tho druggist handed him tho that ho dm do them when a chance bottle shall offer will not wait long for tho Two dollars was tho reply As for their ehunee be assured of Some weeks later tho young mans mockery heed it not that Even so did men throat waa sore again and remember Â¬ I WA thy years be Â¬ ing the efilcaey of his cousins prescrip- Â¬ jeer atofmo when my crooked shoulder and un cause tion he took the bottle to be filled comely face und many a timo havo I again thought as thou thlnkost now Another elerk waited on hire and there was no hopo and no plnco forthat mo when he iuqulred the price he was nv among men yot horo I stand this day ioukhed at tho oheerful answer Oh a wurrlor and a knight And tmoh us I vr dont charge anything for salt and an shalt that bo ono day uud thou water Leeda Mereury wilt be a man and not let thyself bo of Th man who sells goods with a discouraged by tho luughtordeedfools mos Thlnkcst thou ho in vory jMirtyardatiek would steal the fouudam etoaee of Heaven if ke oHld get at sire asked the boy somewhat more hopefully k RaMa Horn A Â¬ The boy took tho offered hand with a brightening face and thus was tho strange compact concluded Six years hud passed sinco that talk on the hilltop and thoy had brought maty changes along with them Ugly Bertrand was still as ugly us ever but Siro du Chatelets prlvato les- Â¬ sons tho secret of which had been so well kept that no ono but their two selves know anything of it had al- Â¬ ready borne abundant fruit Tho lad could now wield tho heaviest lanco and tho longest sword as woll as Sir Yvon himself tho most vicious horso could not throw him when ho wjs onco on Its back ond wlvn ono day after many entreaties on Ber trtinds part the old knight rode against him in full charge with lev- Â¬ eled spear and failed even to shako him in his saddle the young warrior felt prouder and happier than if ho had been suddenly made king of France for he now felt that there was something for him to do in tho world and that he too might defend his country and serve his people As for his three brothers who were now the most renowned tiltcrs in the the whole district they still made fun of him behind his back as much as ever but of lato they had become rather shy of laughing at him to his face and for this there was a very good reason One day a great tournament was held in that district and Bertrands three giant brethren rode gallantly out to join the muster leaving their youngest brother at home for what business could Ugly Bertrand have at a tour- Â¬ nament A lino picture they made in thoir glit- Â¬ tering armor and waving plumes os they pranced along tho road on thoir splendid horses and besido them rode s their father with jus stout at his back und his ancestral banner lloating over his head But the old baron who was already advanced in years and had had his full share of glory was going to the tournament only to watch tho feats of his stalwart sons fully expecting that these young giants who had never met their match in single combat would carry off all the honors of the day His sons were quite as confident as himself and when the contest began it seemed as if tlieir confidence would bo fully justified Everyone who dared to face tlieir lances was borne down horso and man or sent Hying out of his saddle liko n stouo from a sling At last no more challengers bcemcd inclined to como forwurd and tho mar Â¬ shal of the lists who was no other than tho duke of Bretugne hitusolf was beginning to think of declaring the sports ended aud adjudging the prize to tho eldest of the three redoubt- Â¬ able brothers when suddenly the blast of a trumpet was heard from tho far end of tho course and a single horseman sheathed in complete armor and with his helmet closed rode slowly into the lists His appearance was greeted with a murmur of mingled wonder and amuse Â¬ ment and certainly not without rea Â¬ son for his figure was so short and square that he seemed to be almost as broad as ho was long aud he rode a horse quite as clumsily shaped as him- Â¬ self But somoof the more experienced lookers on remarked that this odd horso was immensely powerful in spite of its queer looks and that its rider must be very strong likewise for tho spear and shield that ho bore were so heavy that few ordinary men could oven have lifted them Then tho trumpets sounded and the heralds proclaimed that this unknown champion stood ready to meet which- Â¬ ever of the three victors might first ad vnuco against him Gaston the eldest hearing this said to Uaonl I waste not a good lanco on yonder butchers block Go thou and smite him men-at-arm- particular address C and Immigration Ajrcut Chicago w I r said tho unknown And opening his helmet ho showed to tho astonished baron the harsh fea- Â¬ tures of his despised son Ugly Bertrand gasped the old What Bertrand man Then Sir Yvon du Chatolct who was tho only man in the secret said witli a mischlovous smile Let this teach you my worthy neighbors that it is not well to judge any iunn by nppcarance aud that great It 1b nn oddIs fuot that go to 1 tho duty of most to tho bad Phllaaci in Actous VocallBtn Public Speakers pralia Halos Honey of Horelioiiud and Tar Pikes Toothaolio Drops Cure in ono nilnuto IIatseku Do you run on this roadi No 1 Just walk ou tho Tramp Biullr ties Foil sick hendaoho dizziness or swim Â¬ ming in tho head pain In tho back body or rheumatism tako licechaina Pills t East circling of tho squaro rounding the corner Domorests Magazine KASYTOTAKE Smallest Pleasant Pollots cheapest easiest Dr Piorcos best Thoyro tiny anti bilious gran Â¬ concentrated vogotablo tracts trouliln CoriRtl ules a conitxHunl of refined and ox Without disturbance or Indigestion Bilious Attacks Sick and ilious Headaches and all dernngumoats of tho liver stomach and bowels aro prevented Permanently cured roliovcd and cured too By tlieir mild and natural nction thoso littlo Pellets lead tho system into natural Their influenco lasts ways again Till UNKNOWN CIIAMIION WINS deeds aro done by a strong arm and n stout heart not by comely faces and gaj clothing This youth who hath begun so well will mnlfc all Franco hear of him ere he end And so it was for that despised hoy became the greatest man in France and the most famous soldier of his time And you may see to this day in tho old Breton town of Dinan tho statue of an armed man which as any child can tell you is the monument of Sir Bertrand du Guesclin lord high constable of France David Kcr in Golde n Days EBEN WAS FOND OF MUSIC So Hit AVlfa AhIjimI Mrs Shaw to Tench Ilor Toit Mow to Whittle So many odd experiencea aro related of Mrs Shaw the pretty whistler of Europe and America that every time a now ono is told you aro moved to ex Â¬ claim in the language of tho ruralist Do tell What next One time when the charming sillleuso Everything catarrhal in its nature catarrh it elf and all tho troubles that come from catarrh arc perfectly and permanently cured by Dr Sages Ca Â¬ No matter how bad tarrh Bemedy your case or of how long standing you can be cured DRKILMERS F3 BW Kidney Liver and BladderCure liUmbnpro pain In jolntsorhnclc oo gyV ohIIh atWBir was traveling through tho couutry towns giving exhibitions of her skill there was brought to her room in the hotel where sho was stopping a card bearing this simple inscription Mrs Ebenczor Hay Show Mrs Hay to my parlor said Mrs Shaw and I will give her an interview Now Mrs Hay what can I do for you said she as an honest looking countrywoman entered the oom Will you not be seated We cii talk better so Is thero any way I can be of service to you For a minute tho countrywoman hesitated and then throwing aside all reserve sho burst out with You soo maam the troublo is this Mo and Ebenezer is powerful fond of Wo could listen to it all the music time if we had a chance But jest now wo aint got no musical instrument And Eben was thinkin too that we could manage to have music If 1 could learn how to whistle So I como to you maam a thinkin that mebbe you wouldnt mind tolling mo a thing or two about it jest so I could learn to pucker Mo and Eben is s6 fond of Â¬ urine frequent Impaired digestion trout hllllous headacho SIVATll HOOT cures kidney difueultles 1m Grlpitc urinary trouble brlghts disease Bcrof ula malnrln genl weakness or debility i3tiQrnnlce tJo content of Ono Hottlo If not benÂ¬ efited Druggist wUl rufiiud to you tho price paid Disordered Liver Iiiiinire Blood 60c Size 1 brick dust in Irritation Intlntimtiou gravel ulceration or catarrh of bladder At IrunKlst JnraUils Quldo to UealthTreo Consultation fa DU KlLUBU CO IilXOIIAUTON N V 100 Size Jr u i I jfifrL tHt- 11 T1 CfCN Latest Styles iLL arxivx amm Il LArtDeLaMode ATK COIOllKI T THK music N Y World W4 Jinicur IMDUMirr l rni r nMa this rAisntmyrtetrcuwrtuivinflhtini llvfatrhi arurulv Mill 31 fCTOrdrr Uof lour Nw UTEST rAIIIS YOllk FASII10S AMD 3K cnli fur ItUMt number t dlf down Kaoul IffcrjT -- F saved from being unhorted by the burst- Â¬ ing of tho laces of his helmet upon which his foe in ans lance had struck with tho shock of a battering ram Tho crowd which had no lovo for these overbearing brothers gavo a hearty cheer and Olivier tho second of tho three rode out in turn grinding his tooth with rage But ho had no better luck than Uaoul ho polled on tho earth amid a whirl of sat almost unshaken Sir llaoul bent back to his horses tail and was only rodo forth with a scornful laugh but ho found it no laughing mat- Â¬ ter They met in mid lists with a tre Â¬ mendous crash und while tho stranger tho breast Tho strangers Innco hit him full on and losing his stirrups policeman It was at an elcotlon and ho was drunk enough to bo ugly Ho was for ono man and I was for another and in a squabble ho slapped me one along the jaw It made mo hot aud before I thbnghi I had hit him in both eyes and blacked them badly The scrap was over in a minute and I was sorry for I thought I had lost ono of mybcstdLriends Next day I met him wltU his Vycs blacker than over after olghtecnhours of settling MtHcllonI said with alangh whats thiuuttor with your eyes Mnlo kicked me ho responded pleasantly and we shook hands and called t square at that Detroit Froo 1rcss t Whnt Did It I never got into but ono fight in my life on my own liook said one of D- Â¬ etroits best looking and best policemen andtthat was with a friend of mine long before I ever thought of being a Bile Bens Small jbJj Guaranteed to cun Pllloua Attoclca 8I Uendiichu miiI Gomtlimiloii 40 In bottle lrlcc 25c For tulo by drtictjlsts Picture 7 17 70 ned wunplo doie frco SMIWA CO Prnletors rVftV YOL eu brother has a bicycle with two wheels I dont care re- Â¬ Go thou and deal with him Gas- Â¬ said little Aleck torted Whittyboy If I had a brother ton shouted tho fierce old barou to Harpers Young He who lets himself hod have ono too his eldest son la uoson People be beaten by un uuknown imm of minol Its been puzzling my brain Stung by tho taunt Sir Gaston threw inadvertontly remarked Snodgrass his whole strength iuto the charge What has asked Snlvoly Whoth and tho two mot with the shock of a or a man with a glass eye ever bas a pane in it Jewelers Circular thunderbolt Didnt Make Any Difference w My dust Dr Bulls Cough Syrup SUftig - r xiu rum tin Mm 7m m - uiuimrMjtMh iif Kv S vl jh AMEEICAN SUFFRAGE tPolltlcal I Bribery Assuming Dimensions V Hugo prison holding nomorXpojstollwpris- onc nnjljthe silont ftasll- Iqa of Constantinople Frjim and and tho Arch of rtM uus una mtj luMhooh como in with great chorus crylnmi lwuJI tfead tho brldgeVnnd Cincinnati Un r aVf ougnren attcr Pompey nfior 4IIIM1V1 ScTplo - afte tnsslus nftfr Constantino nuer Cqsar dead Thawar onglo 61 JComo fc flew fo high it wns blindcd by tho sun The text chosen by Dr TalmagoSunJl rung down through tho fday tfw Koveiations xvill tU Alas i J alas iUiiit great cty Jiabylon tfinV dnx WMm nml k blU 3 est in tne forsaken mlffhfvi city for in ono hour hv crrUjf n deadly FroiToh judgment come J empire Jtoaiucimlre J dead fP Modern scientists arc doing a splen- Â¬ You see my friends it is no unusual did work in excavating the tomb of n thing for a dead empire holding in its arms a dead in the same government to perish and city mother and child of tho same and in the necrology of dead nations same arrnvo ynrd of expired name Babylon governments will go the United States The ancient mound invites tho spades of America unless and shovels and crowbars while the un- Â¬ voice to call a there be sotnopotont halt and unless God in natives look on in surprise His mercy washed interferes and through a scientists find yellow bricks still purified ballot These box and a widctsproad impressed with the name of Nebuchad- Â¬ public Chilian sentiment the catastro nezzar and they go down into the sar Â¬ phe be averted This nation 1U about tb cophagus of a monarchy buried more go to the ballot box to ourUn tlin than J000 years ago May tho oxplorn- - right of suffrage and I propose to set tiobstyf KuwHhsonran a Layard and h 7 Chevalier and Oppcrto and Loftus an JT i - fllie Futnro Destiny tjr ThU Country Threatened nml n rnrnllul to Nutloin of tho Paat Promised A Sermon by Itcv T UoWltt 1ftl innge Ii 1 After llornooafter Vr7ttnfterlVitus after Cicero dead After Horatius on -- uti -- 1 Â¬ ffll 7 lhu X I hundred and twunty iivo squares More pomp and wealth aid hplcndorandsiri tharicohld bo found in any five lhoder A city of palaces and cities combined temples A city haviug within it a gar- len on an artiiicial hill 400 feet high the sides of the mountain terraced All this built to kqep the kings wife f Amytis from becoming homesick for the mountainous region in which she The waters of J had spent her girlhood the Euphrates spouted ip to irrigate i this great altitude into fruits and llow- A ers and arborecence uniinnginable great river running from north to south clear through the city bridges over it tunnels under it boats on it A city of bazaars and of market places unrivalled for aromatics and unguents and high mettled horses with grooms by their side and thyme wood and African evergreen and Egyptian linen and all styles of costly textile fabric and rarest purples extracted from shell fish on the Mediterranean coast and rarest scarlets taken from brillant insects in Spain and ivories brought from successful elephant hunts in India and diamonds whose flash was a repartee to the sun Fortress within fortress embattlement rising above em- v battlement Great capital of the ages Hut one night while honest citiens were asleep but all the saloons of Sat- urnali were in full blast and at the kings eastlo they had filled the tank j ards for the tenth time and reel- Â¬ ing and gulYawing and hiccough- Â¬ ing around the state tablo were the rulers of tho land Gon Cyrus ordered his besieging a rmy to take shovels and spades and they diverted tho river I i rcctnigu annua leettmclt Twent i burnished gates on each sideSvith btreets running clear through to corre sponding gates on the other side Six 373 city oncoi vc fflMiftPC t lncj Jnfcer than London and twelve than ev Wk ulls five Â¬ Jut is it possible tins is all that re- - - f t j f f I i t I l I - i Roman Em Â¬ pire stand up and answer Empire once bounded by tho Ilritlsh channel on tho north bv ibo Eunlirntcs on tho east by tthc great Sahara desert in Africa on tho south bv the Atlantic ocean on tno Rwcst Home of threo great civillza ttons ownincall the then discovered World that was worth owning Roman Empire answer Glbboi in his Rise Raml Fall of tho Roman Empire says Dead and tho forsaken seats of tho mined coliseum and tho skeleton of tho aqueducts and tho miasma of tho Cam after Thormopylro dead its usual channel into another direction so that tho forsaken bed of the river became the path on which the besieging army entered When tho morning dawned the conquerors were Uabylon inside tho outside trenches had fallen and hence tho sublime threnody of the text Alas alas that great city of Uabylon that mighty city for in one hour is thy judgment come Hut do nations die Oh yes there is great mortality among monarchies and republics They are like individuals in the fact that they are born they have a middle life they have a decease they have a eradlo and a grave Some of them are assissinated some de- Â¬ Let me stroyed by their own hand call the roll of some of tho dead civilizations and some of tho dead cities and let some one answer for them Egyptian civilization stand up Dead answer the ruins of Knrnak and Luxor and from seventy pyramids on the east side of tho Nilo there comes up a great chorus crying Dead dead Assyrian Empire stand up and answor Dead cry tho charred ruins of Nine- vclu After 000 years of magnificent Israelltish King- opportunity dead dom stand up After 250 years of di vine interposition and of miraculous vicissitudes and of heroic behavior dead and of appalling depravity Plwnicia stand up and answer After inventing tho alphabet and giving it to tho world and sending out her mer- chant caravans in ono direction to Con tral Asia and sending out her navlga tors to the Atlantic ocean in another direction dead Pillars Qf Hercules and rocks on which the Tyrian fisherman dried their nets all answer DMid Phoenicia Athens alter Phidias nf tor Demosthenes after MlUlartes doafl Snarta after Leoni- das after Eurybiades after Salamls from Â¬ I r5rnanml tho fragments of the marble Wilis and tho useless piers of the riugcLrlumpuilB anu wo jwuihk fore I tret through the mode in wjikh each and every mn may do something lo nTOsl that appallTnealamity A d I shall plow un the wlmle fiSld I Till first evil thnf thiintSi mw tmiiiuvviii Mr n nihilntion of our American institutions is tho fact that political bribery which once was considered a crime has by niany come to be considered a tolerable virtue There is a legitimate use of money in elections in the printing of political tracts and in the hiring of public hulls and in tho Obtaining of campaign oratory but is there any houiunculus who supposes that this vast amount of 11101103 now being raised by the political parties is going in a legitimate direction The vast majority of it will go to bii3 votes Hundreds and thousands of men will have set befora3Tfem so much mone3 for a republican vote and so much 11101103 for a democratic vote and the superior finnncial inducement will decide the transaction You want to know which part3r will carr3 the doubtI will ful states diry after to morrow tell 3ou The part3 that spends the most inono3 This moment whilo I speak the peddlers canning gold from Wall street gold from Third street gold from State street and gold from the Brewers Association are in all the political hcainartcrs of the doubtful states dealing out tho infamous in- Â¬ ducement There used to bo bribe but it hold its head in shame It was under the utmost secrec3 that man3f 3oars ago a railroad coinpan3 bought up the Wis consin legislature and ma 113 other olll cials in that state The governor of the state at that time received 50000 for his His private secretaiy re- Â¬ signature ceived 5000 Thirteen members of the senate received 175000 among them in bonds Sixty members of the other house received from 5000 to 10000 each The 10000 lieutenant governor received Tho clerks of the House received The 10000 each to 5000 from 10000 controller received bank thou- fifty and Two hundred among sand dollars were divided You see the railroad tho lobbyists Hut all was ver3 generous compan3 that was hidden and only through the severest scrutiny on tho part of a legislative committee was this Now political iniquity displayed bribery defies you dares you is arro- Â¬ gant and will probably decide the election next Tuesda3 Unless this diabolism ceases in this country Hartholdis statue on Hedloos island with uplifted torch to light other nations into tho harbor had better be changed and tho torched dropped as a symbol of universal incendiarism Unless this purchaso and sale of suf- Â¬ frage shall ceaso tho American govern- Â¬ ment will expire and you might as wellÂ¬ be getting ready tho monument for an- Â¬ other dead nation and let my text inAlas alas scribe upon it these words great city that for liabylon that mighty city for in ono hour is thy judg My friends if you have ment come not noticed that political bribery is one of the ghastly crimes of thfs day you have not kept your eyes open Another evil threatening tho destruc- Â¬ tion of American institutions is the solidifying of tho sections against each other A solid north A solid south If this goes on we shall after awhile have a solid cast against a solid west we shall have solid middle states against solid northern states wo shall have a solid New York against a solid Pennsylvania and a solid Ohio against a solid Kentucky It is twenty seven years since tho war cloud and yet at Â¬ every presidential election tho okl an tagonism Is arouse When Garfield died and all tho states gathered aroundbls casket in sympathy and inof tears conand as hearty telegrams from New Orleans dolence camo from Ros and from Charleston as to mysol f said ton and Chicago I Jmt I think sectionalism is dead dlflleultv will never bo alas no Tho Js ended until each state of tho nation great political snllt up into two or threo not exist un parties This country can national ess it exists as ono body tho through heart sendbiff out capital tho nil tho arteries of communication very ex warmth and life to tho notexlst nation can troinltics This t exists a one family and you unl solid brolllers miffht as well have and a olid bread- inst solid sisters w Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ father Crtusufi When I soo tho cheat cry and tho wantonness and tho manifold crlmo of tills country attempting to commit patricide yen matricide upÂ¬ on our institutions it seems to mo that lips that heretofore havo been dumb ought to break tho silence with canor Â¬ ous tones of flrey protest I wnnttd put all of tho matter be foro 3ou so that every honest man and woman will know just how matters stand and what they ouht lo do if they vote and what tho3 ought to do if tho3 pray This nation is not going to perish Alexander when ho heard of tho wealth of tho Indies divided Mace Â¬ donia among his soldiers Sbuuj ono asked him what ho had kept for him Â¬ Rohine nllltffiv t uui keeping self and ho replied fraud and tho druukvhcss and the hope And that jewel I keep lecherv which lmvude st roved other tui bright and shining in 1113 soul tions will destroyirturunlesSru morcil whatever else I shall surrender mi tiou prevent To sliowyou tho low Hope thou in God lie will sot back state of public morals 1 have to call these oeeanlo tides of moral devasta- Â¬ your attention to the fact that many tion Do 3ou know what is tho priro men nominated jtor ofllccsat dlirercnt for which contention is made to day times are entirely unfit forflio ppsitioits It is the prize of this continent Never for which thoy have been nominated t since according to John Milton when Tho3 have no moro qualification for stitan was hurled headlong flaming them than wolf has qualification to from the ethereal skies in hideous ruin be professor of pastoral theology in a aud combustion down have tho pow- Â¬ Hock of sheep or a blind mole has ers of darkness been so determined to qualification to leetnro a elahs ot eagles win this continent ns they nro on optics or a vulture has qualification now jewel What a it is a 10 cnaperon a uove ino more pro Â¬ jewel carved In relief- the cameo nunciation of some of their names of this planet On ono side of us makes a demand for carbolic ncld und tho Atlantic ocean dividing us from tho futnigntioni Yotchrlstiaiimonill worn out governments of Europe On follow right on under tho political tho other side the Pacific ocean dividing standards us from tho superstitions of Asia On I have to tell 3011 whatyou know al- Â¬ tho north of us tho Arctic sea which is ready thnt Ainerlennplitjcs has sunk- Â¬ tho g3iunasiuin in which the explorers en to such a low depth that thore is and navigators develop their courage nothing beneath What we see in some A continent 10500 miles long 17000000 directions wc soo in nearly all direc- Â¬ squaro inches and all of It but about tions The peculation and knaveiy ono seventh capable of rich cultivation hurled to the surface b3 the explosion One hundred millions of population of banks and business firms arc 011I3 on this continent of North and specimens of great Colopaxis and South America ono hundred mill- Â¬ Strombolis of wickedness that boll and ions and room for mnny hun Â¬ roar and surge beneath tho surface but dred millions more All flora and all have not 3et regurgitated to tho sur- fauna all metals and all precious woods When tho heaven descended and all grains and all fruits Tho Ap Â¬ face democratic part3 enacted tho4 Tweed palachian range tho backbone and tho rascality it seemed to eclipso every rivers tho ganglia earning life all thing but after a whilo tho heaven through and out to tho extremities descended republican party outwitted Isthmus of Darlen tho narrow waist of pandemonium with tho Star Route in a giant continent all to be under ono fani3 government nnd nil freo and all Chris- Â¬ M 3 friends we havo in this connuy tian and the scene of Christs personal people who sa3 tho marriage institu- Â¬ reign on earth if according to thu ex- Â¬ tion amounts to nothing The scoff pectation of 11111113 good people ho hIiiiII at it We have people walking in politO at last set up his throno in this world parlors in our day who are not good Who shall havo this hemisphere Christ enough to bo scavengers in Sodom J or Satan went over to San Francisco Ion or fif THE MODERN MILLER teen 3cavs ago that beautiful city that I queen of the Pacific Ma3 thoblcssings IIo 1 Totally trillko tho lrUt Orlnrior of of God como down uponhen great Other Duyn churches and her noble men and womTho miller of tho old timo wns so en When got into tho oitj of San closed associated with tho fanner that Francisco tho nuor of the citj and the although ho surpassed him In intclll president of the board of health called genee aud knowledge of the world ho on me and insisted that I o and see tho still resembled ami boro a closo rela- Â¬ Chinese quarter no doubt so that on tionship to him Tho miller of tho present is a manufacturer of flour and 1113 return to the Atlantic coast I might tell what dreadful people the Chineso a dweller in cities Frequently ho has are Hut on the last night of 1113 sta3 but a slight technical knowledge of his in San Francisco before thousands of trade and spends moro time on Change people in their great opera house I said than in his mill proper IIo is a man of Would yon like me to tell jou just affairs and has to do with foreign ox what 1 think plainly and honestly1 change Ho draws his information not I said Yes yes yes They said in tho old simple manner from direct can stand it all Do 3ou think you personal contact and gossip from his Then 1 neighbors over his half door but from They said Yes yes yes said 1113 opinion is that the curse of cables and telegrams and a wide range San Francisco is not your Chinese quar- Â¬ of correspondents located in many lauds ter but3our millionaire libertines far and near Ho studies international And two of them sat right before me and not neighborhood conditions and Felix and Drusslia And so it is in disposes of his product not on the toll all the cities I nover iwear but when and exchange principle but through an 1 see a man go unwhipped of justice nrmy of agents His mill is not a laughing over his shame and culling placid murmuring pootic and artistic his damnable deeds gallantly and pec iv3 grown structure lurking modestly cadillo I am tempted to hurl red hot on some quiet stream half hid Â¬ anathema and to conclude that if ac- Â¬ den b3 trees but a hugo and cording to some peoples theolog3 thore alas too often a hideous looking fac is no hell there out to be tor3 pulling and pounding and tremb- Â¬ licen- Â¬ ling away tiny and night in an ef- Â¬ There is enough tiousness in American cities to day to fort to turn out all tho flour it can bring down upon the wrath of that God driven b3 miglit3 engines or powerful who on the tilth of August 70 burled turbines or both Tho wheat does not Ilerculanoum and Pompeii so deep in como to it direct from farmers wagons ashes that the ISliJ subsequent years unloaded by horny handed agricultur- Â¬ have not been able to to complete tho ists prono to drivo a sharp bargain and exhumation There nro in somo of tho exehnngo gossip but by long train American cities to da3 whole blocks of loads over Hwltehcs built for tho pur houses which tho authorities know to pose from tho main lino to tho mill To be infamous and yet by purchase they pay for tho constant stream of wheat aro aro silenced by hush money ho which comes Into this mill and to find u that such places aro as much market for tho barrels und sacks of under tho defenso of government flour which pour out of it taxes the as public libraries ojuI asylums of brain of to days miller to tho utmost nierc3f These ulcers on tho body poll nnd forces him harassed as ho is 13 the tic bleed and gangrene away tho life of manipulations of his ruw material by the nation and public authority in tho grain gamblers to oxert all his many of the cities looks tho other way energy and business ability to keep his You can not cure such wounds as these huge machine moving nnd still como with a silkim bandage You will havo out whole at tho end of tho year Tho to euro them b3 putting deep in the complete cliango which has occurred in lancet of moral surgery and burning tho character of tho miller and his them out with the caustic of holy wrath plant may bo said to date from tho be- Â¬ and with mostdeclsivo amputation cut- ginning of tho now process in mill- Â¬ ting off tho scabrous and putrefying ing which began to be inaugurated in abominations A tho RoSjobs vcrcjaftcr the United States about twenty years tho Colts and asf tlieN6mans were ago W C Edgar in Chautauquau after tho Hritonsi sothero are ovils after Ought to Know The Daily Bread this nation which will ttUJndHdbfic is a good paper to work on isnt it quics unless wo first attcnil theirs f Suporstition tolls of a mnrlno reptile said the reporter with tho checkered Yes replied tho reporter tho ceplmloptera whichrcnfalded and trousers crushed a ship of Vjar butjiii Is not su- Â¬ with the loud watch chain but its perstition when I toll youjthat tl his- Â¬ peculiar Just sure as a man get to tory of many of thfc dead nations pro- Â¬ doing good work and becomes worth somothing it fires hjm Ive bejn or claim to us tho fuct that gur sbjpr state is in dangetor belrfgcrushejtWfcy that paper mighty near ten years ho and 1 never tho ceplmloptera of national depravity added retrospectively Hercules to slay this jiy knew it to keep a follow that waa worth When is tho dra Is U not timo to spealc by pen by a continental longer than about six Chicago tongue by ballot bo by thoxdllintfof months That is Ir er UalUr Tribune tho prison door by hangmans by earnest prayer by Sinaitio detona- Â¬ How soon you can see faults in a tion 1 I horse you havotraded for after you A son of King Crcosus is said to have get home with him Rams Horn been dumb and to have never uttered a Wooden Wasnt that a finished word until h6 saw his fatherbelBff pwt Halflnch Yes but 1 though Then no broke thshackles sermon to death Kill not my for a while it never would be crlol out of alienee and Â¬ tray against a solid cradle and a solid nursery against a solid dining room and you might as well havo solid enrs against solid eyes and solid head against solid foot What is tho interest of Georgia is tho interest of Massachu Â¬ setts what Is tho interest of Now York is the interest of South Carolina Does the Ohio river change Its politics when it gets below Louisville It is not pos Â¬ sible for theso sectional antagonisms to continue for u great many years with- Â¬ out permanent compound fracture Another evil threatening tho destruc tion of our American institutions is tho low state of public morals What IdUed Jlnljyjruiof W lc PERSONAL AND LITIHARY Ollvor T Morton tho so o Uhi Governor of Indiana la about to publish a book entitled Tho Southern Empire It contains threo ossaya tho first of which given lt nnmo to thu vol- Â¬ ume und Is a study of the probable eN feet on thu western world of a success Â¬ ful result of tho sbuthorn rebellion Vnr dlnnorn at it plwikl hotel hjrejkenftls continued but thoso who remain are Rtlll of OHvoiaWndoU Holmea class atcsi lego sCillsUrHveVTh6 iawuws nm umnmlbyt -- entertained rby Br Holmes In his own house It has been Except hlimolf but two members Mr IvW 11 sixty three years Nlnco tho graduation excrclses of theser threo octogenarians In their young days tho now cele Â¬ brated artists Thomas and Edward Moran were employed In n carpet fac Â¬ tory in Philadelphia where thoymled the colors used in designing carpets Their skill at this work attracted tho attention of tho proprietor who sup Â¬ plied them with material for higher art work and encouraged them to study after faotoiy hours The Idea of using beet juices In steam boilers instead of water has again The juices aro heated to 248 degrees fahrenhelt at which temperature thcro is no danger of sugar inversion Steam obtained is used in regular way about the faotoiy Tho thickened julco is subsequently reduced to a sirup in triple effect Scientific American What America Owes to Woman Is the title of a book which Mrs Lydla lloyt Farmer is preparing for tho Wom Â¬ ans Department of thu Worlds fair Mrs Farmer solicits any suggestion concerning tho work of women in this counhy especlnlh either personal facts of interest or statistics of tho number of women engaged in philan- Â¬ thropy education or any lino of labor mental or phjsieal Her address Is 4 attracted some attention In Belgium - ti M 7 Â¬ Â¬ 1 Cleveland O Tho oldest man in England Is said to bo Amos Jinks a native of Shrop- Â¬ shire now living at Wellingborough Northamptonshire Tho claim that ho is ono hundred and seven 3enrs old it Is averred has been investigated and thoroughh verified by responsible par- Â¬ ties Tho old man is withered and bent his 03esight has failed and his volco is slinky but apart from theso evidences of age he is free from pli3stcnl Inflrml IIo eats drinks nnd sloops well and t3 is not at all deaf Edwin Booth tho nctor has posi Â¬ tive decided not to appear again upon the stage Ho has a fortune of seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars which ho does not appear ambitious to increase His professional and busi Â¬ ness associates have urged him to malco a farewell tour of the country for tho benefit of old theator goers who would liko to revive their memory of his not Â¬ ing and of young people who havo nover yet had an opportunity of seeing him But his reticence and lack of vigorous health decide him to end his da3s in private life which Is a matter of deep X I J 4 1 4 i regret HUMOROUS K M Tiny tell mc you aro the leading member of the college football team 1 put on What position do you fill Chicago News tho bandages An watch stolen Jeweler It a chain and locket How can I guard against having this Eyo to Business Farmer Â¬ Weekly How to Keep Red Currant Jam Put it on U14 top shelf of tho cupboard lock tho door and hido tho key whore littlo Johnnie can not find it N Y Herald Tho honrt rolotitltnr ntlll In promt to mnotnor Tbo nnifry fooling which Arlio twlxt mnn Hut vrbon balloonist fall nut with oach othor Thoy seldom npesk kk1u Attach to Jewelers 1 n out-and-o- ut jA Puck Markot strcot soft drink cafo dis plays a sign reading Try ono of our Columbus egH phosphates and you will discover another world Philadelphia A i Â¬ Record havo a pound of tay if Grocer Black or green Pat Suro it makes no difference the Boston Com- Â¬ masthers a blind man yor plnso Pat Ill mercial Bulletin To Murgueritc Hbn npnrklaa Ilk a Ill wilder that tbi ranldona No olooMargunrlte Hhoa gentle ad ibo brilliant nwet Detroit Freo Press Smiggins appears to grow more Yes Somebody stupid every day told him that a little learning is a dan- Â¬ Â¬ gerous thing and ho is trying to forgot Washington Star all ho knows Fair Customer Are you sure this sticky paper will cateh files Dealer Yes indeed mum I sold half a dozen sheets to a boarding house keeper yesÂ¬ terday nnd In two hours she caught enough for a huckleberry pie Physician Ah madam jou should have sent for mo before your husband became unconscious Widow MYes doctor but while ho was conscious he told mo not to send for you under any Boston Beacon consideration An old man entered a crowded street car and saelng a boy seated in the corner asked if he would give hira He hi seat Nsw said the boy you think that is showing1 the respect to age that is becoming in a bey If your father were to Mae into this ear now wouldnt yon get up and five him Batcher life said the boy a seat I aint rid in in a street ear with any sl ghost 1 - rj f ivViWJIr v 3 if KmaiRs SFENOER COOPER amm tv-A-tryr- srv - Editor AOViwVYid k snerotary was every moment ox- - are now cut oil from these advantages byImpaxHlble condition of n great miniHis doctors any that ho the ot our country roans j pectid bo r You are requested tonppolnt such dele may yet recover but it is feared SsHWTOW v sw A i lEK7r v vLxwiAB EE gates n you llilliK will represent me jjJ0 jUUrH nr M nmn Hogreat- intere tH of nlii county to attend this Itininnrv ly bfdoved by his parly are num IIVIIMHIII4I riuntliK- - in IxilltrtOII Ill PS utl day DrccintuVJO 189- - Hallroadslead bered Ing into Lexington have all been solicited reduced rat on that day ommisaionor Kimni recently ap Â¬ to give Hesnectfully pointed u board of pension exami Â¬ F A IJUIIOCK ners at Winchester Ky as follows County Judge Faym-e- - County Dim J A Shirley J II MeKurley J II Dvviosov Mayor of iexiugtou and 15 F John won jn fUPN P A I NT MADE The Best is the Cheapest Tt C- I- - IS THE BEST sjl J in lKil sWkHkm jrmxmzj1iK EfEOVsav li rv as HAZEL GREEN KY Dec 13 1892 Friday Two banditti bolonging to the Garza band of revolutionists wore killed in Star county Toxus Sat- Â¬ urday by tho rangora uudor Cant Brooks M T o 0 o Tub announconiont coiiioh from Bowling Groon that editor John IJ Guinos will bo poHtmnstor of that placo undor tlio Cleveland admin Â¬ istration o o o Fakmkkh aro placod at a doeidod diaadvantago by reason of bad roads for whilo tlioy do not got what their product ia worth they aro compelled to pay more for what thoy must buy as consumers Lot tho farmers meet and inaugu Â¬ rate stops to bettor thomsolvos o o o Thk bottor tho roads tho choaper tho articles of homo consumption Salt sugar Hour cofVee everything in fact that we have to buy through our merchants could bo bought from 10 c0 to 25 choapor with bot Â¬ tor roads than at preaont and the morchant would still realize a good profit on hia aalos Lot us have bottor roads o it Let Us Have Better Roads Our people must awako to tho importance of building better roads if they would prosper Wo repro Â¬ duce a circular iaaued by County Judgo Frank Bullock of Fayette county a copy of which was mailed to oach county judgo in this com Â¬ monwealth This stato road con- Â¬ vention was hold at Loxington Tuesday and wo hopo was well at Â¬ tended by tho county judges or their representatives gonorally Wo aro not advised as to what action County Judgo Tutt took in tho mat tor but as he is much interested in internal improvements presume ho attended or sonta hand The mat- Â¬ ter of good roads is of too much importance to bo neglected by any ofiicial at any time and now that the whole stato is aroused to tho vital importance of tho subject wo hopo something will speedily bo done We want every reader of The Herald to read carefully the article pertaining to better roads and would bo pleasod to publish communications looking to the bet Â¬ terment of our roads from any of our farmers who have practical ideas on tho subject Weefcly Bst nourier- - Journal HKNUV WATTK1WON Ktlllnr Democratic ONLY 100 apr Published A VKAlt lk st Stories I5ttt Co ti tie n stul News llcst Womens Puce ment Host Miscellany Patent Paint but the best Taint that can be made by an experiemled Practical Painter with the assistance of It is guaran Â¬ the latest improved and powerful machinery teed to give satisfaction Will cover one half more space is not ii Â¬ HAS THK Uest Childrens Depart- pondents Department llcst Kditorials It gives nwnr n vnlunltle prnmlum rvory lnjr fur tho Inrgmt club received Suuiple copies of the Weekly Courier Journal will be noiit free to uuy address Write to COURIER JOURNAL GO Louisville Ky Hcst Answers to Corres Â¬ than lead and oil mixed by hand Sent freight paid for One reliable dealer wanted in each 150 per gallon town Semi for color cards etc to Lion Paint and Color Works LEXINGTON KY 6TSPKNCI2U COOPKR Agent Hazel CJreen Ky flk J TAYLOR DAY FLOYD DAY - Hazel Green Herald The WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL will he sent one in THK - - J T HAT CO - Wholesule and Retail Dealers in General war to uny address for SlKSCKK COOPKH Hazel tireen Ky tuna ise KY Â¬ Â¬ HAZEL GREEN Address tf Largest Stock and Lowest Prices of any house in Eastern Kentucky Live Stock Saw Logs W v A si Js - J HI -- a s c u a vWEikm jEEflH iNArasiVsEEKrKlEEKM jr a s m -- - School Claims and Country Pro duce taken in exchange for goods or on notes and accounts Lkxinotox Ky Dec 12 1892 To tlio Genuity ludjjo o o Tho importance of better Dfah Thk Manchoator N II Union higlnvuvH Sin leinnnding the attention of is very forcibly oxpreases a fact in tho tho piiHincMs public all ovor tho country S3 5 GREEN HUFFAKER bo CO 10 1892 x rt It w v following Good roads can not bo mado without putting throe things into thorn good matorial brains and money Without good stulV to work with brains and moo Â¬ dy aro holploss with good materi Â¬ al and no brains tho money spent is worse than wasted and you may havo tho matorial and tho brains and no money to work with and you can do nothing o o o timosin-glo-hande- Primarily it nflcd the farmer but through them it reaches every trade the merchant the manufacturer tho miller and tho railroads The recent great decline in wheat which brought tho price of this important cereal down to tho lowest over known in the hia lory of tho country ia traced directly to tho impassible condition of tho roads in winter in tho great wheat growing sec tioiiH A 315 o no hi XI ArrOItXEY-AT-LAA- g S O Wholesale Boots and Shoes LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Hazel Grkkn Ky May To tho Trade of Eastorn Kentucky Contiguous to Hazel Green 9 A HARLAN STAMPER i V CAMPTON KY Will practice in the courts of Wolfe and the The Hkkam for a long d Put 7 fw Rv and alono made an ap Â¬ peal for bottor roads in this com Â¬ monwealth and we aro glad to note now that tho prospect is brighten Â¬ ing Farmors more than all ot li- Â¬ on should bo interested in this matter and wo hope they will take hold and do somothing Kentucky as a state is far bohindhor sisters in this respect and Eastern Ken Â¬ tucky behind all other sections Now is tho time to tako action and lot us hopo that it will bo done o o o i The funeral of Sonator Randall nativo Kantuekian but for many yoars a resident of Louisiana and from which stato he had boon twico elected to tho Unitod Statos sonate was hold at St Pauls Catholic ohuroh Lexing Â¬ Com Â¬ ton on Sunday morning mittees from tho stato legislature and tho Unitod Statos sonate at tondod tho aorvices and tho burial Tho dead senators term of ofiico would not havo oxpired until 1895 Ho was a brother of Col Hart Gib Â¬ son of Lexington and like him ono of tho most lovable men wlto ovor ontorod public life Loo Gibson a o o o Il v- - i4 nV FV v V i rn H f Again the news comes that ex Socrotary James G Blaino is at deaths door and tho Courior-Journof Monday thus summarizes A sinking spoil tho situation which camo very near terminating Mr BUino8 illness botwoon tho hours of 10 and 1 1 yesterday morn Â¬ ing brought his family amUrionds ltd k realization of tho distiuguiah 1 invalids critical condition and U unuaiml sight of Sunday after noon nxtraa ifwiiod by tho Wash liffem prow apprised tho people that tho end of tho ox- al forced suspension of traffic or bo held until next season when its delivery would interfere with seeding operations rushed it into tho market until every elevator railroad car and improvished granory were filled to overflowing causing a decline in tho market which has affected every wheat grower In the country It is estimated that it costs tho farmors of tho country 050000000 every year to remove their crops of grain from tho farm to tho nearest market it costing under the most favorable conditions from 10 to 20 cents per ton per mile to move freight by wagon over the average roads Field work is impossible in winter and early spring and these are the periods that should bo utilized largely for delivering farm products but farmers cannot avail themselves of this opportunity as the roads are impassible thus keeping in idleness 19000000 farm animals at a loss of 40000080 per year John M Stab an authority on high wav iuprovenieutH hasestimated that the fanners of tho country lose 300000000 each year through bad roads a sum that would wipe out tho national debt in three years Farmers must bo cowvinced that tho actual distance from tho farm to tho market is not to bo measured by miles but by tho charcater of the roads bad roads aro n tax upon tho rural popula tion exceeding in value every other bur don and when tho farmers begin to count the cost of hauling their products to market they will demand hotter roads In New Jersey where Telford roads havo been built tho value of adjacent farm lauds has trebled in value and in Central Kentucky the value of lands located on good roads is from 10 to 25 pvr cent greater than the samo Quality of land Isolated by ininHssiblo roads Tho Ulue Grass ltoginn of Kentucky Is famous for its superior macadamize roads but there are yet many miles in each coun ty in this section in an impassible con- Â¬ dition for maiiy months during each win tor Realizing the Importance derived from tho system of good roads that reach out in every direction from the city of Lexington we desire to lend our aid to tho less favored sections of tho stato in bring Â¬ ing about some change that will not leave a milo of Impassible or bad road in any part of this grand commonwealth We ask farmers manufacturers mer Â¬ chants millers doctors ministers of die gospel and business men in all trades io attend this couvontlon and lend their aid in devising tho best means of securing a avatem of perfect roads that will enhance the value of farm landaall overtlto state gave millions of dol law to tho farmers each year iu delivering their products and make it possible for thousands of families to Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Farmers realizing that theirgrnin must adjoining counties All business entrusted reach tho markets in ndvunco of this en- Â¬ toour cure will receive prompt attention Rose dles tho jiutly celebrated Jones KY Â¬ IIAZKI OltKKN Are the only firm in the town which han Wo have this day completed arrangements with the above named firm and will handle their goods in large quantities We especially invito an inspection by the merchants as we arc prepared to duplicate any and all prices quoted in Louisville Cincinnati or Knoxville Merchants can buv these goods almost at their doors and save large freight bills We are prepared at any and all times to furnish these goods in anv and every quality size and price All wc ask is a trial Respectfully c J T DAY CO Represented by ED GREEN Hazel Green Ky Â¬ Boots and Shoes trom the wholcsulo house of enjkiiB orarararct AT THK O PORTSMOUTH OHIO ir Whcn you wantthe 1IKST footwear give them a ciill no4ty P Tracy Co ISngish Kitchen No 12 W Short Street Lexington Ky ONE DOLLAR Regular Meals 2o Cents Meals to Order at All Hours Breakfast from 5 A M A M Dinner from 10 a m to T i m Supper from p m to 9 i M Oys tera Lamb Fries Fish Chickens and Quails a specialty Open from f A M to 12 to 0 M- - EVERY HOUR ts easily cttrneil by am one of either ex In any part of Hit country who U illlni toork I ml in trlomly at the employmotit which we furnish The labor U light unit pleunant mid jnu rim no risk whatever We til you out complete no that you can svo the bunlnom n trial without expt iue to youruir For thoe wllllnptu ilo n little work this 1 the grauJeJt olfrr innite You can work All day or in the evening only If you are em ployed and have a few spate hours at your UN posal utiliie thorn and add to jour Income our bunlueu will not Interfere at nil You will be amased on the tart at the rapidity and rano by which you amat dollar upon dollar day In and day out veu beginner are ucceiful from the nmt hour Any one can run the busltieii -- none fall You should trv uothliif eUc until you iee for yourelf what you can do at the biinlueos which we offer No capital risked Women are grand worker nowaday they make a much as men They ihoiild trv thl buslnesi u it li so well adapted to them Write at oiiee and see for yourseir Address II II AM KIT CO ttex MUO Iortland Ma GUS LUIGART Proprietor jtf 113 WHWIMAIK Twenty seven Professors and Instructors Kight Courses of Stiulv ai follows Afri lijilture Sclentitie lllologienl Civil riiKincerlnji Mechnnieal KiiKinoering Veterinary Classical formal t ehool County uppointces received irec of tuition Hoard in dormi tories 200 per week in private families 3o0 to J00 Tor eataloRiies apply to JAS K PATTERSON Ph P Loxington Ky OPENS SEPTEMBER 14 1892 tllg f ntttfcs- - Â¬ FEDER SILBERBERG 115 W CO ANTFACTUllKKS mjMlftmw M nr am Third Street MM isflL CINCINNATI O liflLdH Represented by IN F BRINKLEV TABLER BUGKEYEJLlLE SDII t FIRST CLASS JOB PRINTING save money At this ofllce nt second class rates Give us a call when you want printing ami Ukpkkkfuc Any and ovcrybody we have done workfor in tho pt THE WYTQWK PULL CO Fasiuai and iimPllHUIl Dressmaking i 0IHTMENH CIHIESWHnO A KIT PILES Is ruiinlntr eonstantlv and tlnine Hit- - lnt n work at the lowest prices Speeinl aeeommodatlons for customers iruBi a uiamuce illiottl detriment to our home trade f uiu limy nrcpureii w euri im r Irtsscs hihI oilier garments in the lajf style Sntisfaetion guaninteed and prifr uiiLi fulng lv elmr IMI ICIUll Knwn 1f REMEDY rntrs4kr iiciitwi TVR J- - tVHE ti lyt9 mw MMMn Itesneetfully MIIS F N IAt lilt HTl M fc - CERTAIN CURt FOR PILES TmeiMia ce tlcu sth ICST No Bids Offered for Bad Rolls Com s S HQuyi- - We do not make them and have no demand for them in our trade CAMinON h S COMIIS Iltontirrnm F LOCK HART THE MAYT0WN MILL CO jel7tr W liAVQttociMi mtercourso wun tueir ueigu- - Vrtly and to send their children to school who UTE X3lXfTXK9Tp W MANKKK Manager Tm palmiiae of the traveling piildlilj repeetlullv solielted Tahle the let very nttetidou to theeomfort of guest Peml vuur oWrr urn ky UUD rrVllM I lUbeUTKDATTIIIOFFICK rx mf 1i jml WW THE CARE OF CATTLE CURIOUS COINCIDENCE PAGAN TEMPLES IN FRISCO WlUii Inherit QRASSi W7 Every Farmer Bhanld Btady ttat ftterr of the GodtteM New Wef la Oae Mail AVho boV IOUS RYE Was Not Meant fer Him ttie Oldest f Thtmu 7t is not tllO fault of tbn acriit arletle Aro Gouit In Kuron Speaking of coincidents said Edgar Tho oldest la San Frawolieo steer that sho is no hotter than sho or IsthoTemplo 1osshoueQaeen JggL BtXpt Ifi Amertaa of tho of tleaVeii E Hill who acoordlng to tho St Louis Bearded drttriclj ntso Unoxyri as fee Is Wo need to remember that for on Wavcrly street It was crcctod bWr 0 lobe Democrat addressed the Little Utfwo have been at fault in lessening forty years ago and according to tho Hatchet club in the corridors of the poKt 7 K168 Lolium Ujtnuloutum jln nwttunl grass Introduced from thb valuo of the scrub wo may lesscq Cnllfornian la tho propcrtyaf tho 8m Laclede reminds mo of an experience im kr nrrctwrn MflMMMMI It Is sometimes a very tho value of bettor cattle if wo ever Yap company Tho goddess worshiped I had a couplo of years ago 1 was CTthtmmrt Md rtaMwMttJft Europe hanitsi Injure troSllc90tnovobd iu tlid old world havo tliem tftfty years ago thoso Of us at this tcmplo was a Chinese young bookkeeping In San Francisco when I tfeTbftKUlnffSna the Inland burjjet Siot rollkrtttMtOr ho aro old enough to remember the lady who lived hundreds of years ago received a letter stating that my uncle me According to especially 1 wet yetirs l9tIluraqionmiwuji eomunwrr7 jtbc ww or RlftM pftCKe biwj puroiw f the cmv was nfexcftllcnt authority Pro V t ttnythinjr but Sho won born in the provlnco of Foklen John C Hill of Now Ilavon Conn had Scribncv of the Tonucsspo ngricuUural desirable Even in summer the pas and was tho daughter of a merchant of left mo n legacy of five thousand dollars experiment htntion Jtr sometimes o ture was apt to bo utterly iusufllcicnt tho Lum clan In her girlhood she La I Immediately wont to New Haven was for the animal because tho pasture said to havo displayed remarkable in- Â¬ Identified and after duo legal formali- Â¬ tlmt stat Anotlior curs ent year after year without having tho telligence aud was above all renowned ty the money was turned over to me authority1 on grasses CDr Aiii opuuiia is iroquont slightest attention paid to it In win for her prophctio Insight Her father and I placed It In bank Vflseyi 6j- Ilmvo never ter time thero was tho barest apology and four brothers frequently loft their Tho very next day I met my uncle 5 y nind in grain ilelds Ho hod uor has it ever been soul to me for a shelter if there was any at all home on trading voyages up and down whom I supposed was dead found it by auuierousi correspondents Prof Such extravaganco as feeding grain tho coast One day whllo two of her Just returned from a six months visit ScAbnor says Jt may bo recognized was nover thought of and whllo the brothcra were at sea sho foil into n to Scotland tho laud of his birth The by its general xesomblunco to Lolium nay was poor the corn fodder was trance Her parents thought her dead fact quickly developed that tho John I nm a farmer ntEdom Texas I iulicum the Italian rye grass It poorer Anything In the shapo of a and their lamentations woro so loud as C Hill who had died was an entirely lmvc used German Syrup for six bull was good enough for service and to awaken her Sho told how she had different man and that tho legacy was has long bean considered poisonous years successfully for Sore Throat lTliek grain as 3f anybody wonders that tho scrub Is just been In the midst of a violent Intcudod for another Edgar E Hill Prot- Hackd sKys no better than she generally is he typhoon nnd had scon her brothers who had failed to show up I had Coughs Colds Hoarseness Pains in well as that Of ttho related Lolium re crossed tho continent wasted two Chest aud Iungs and Spitting up of iniotuin which is frequent in flax fields would wonder that fire would burn a tossing about on tho wild waves distinguished by the shorter and house down Tho best breed of cattlo A few days elapsed and tho youngest months time and secured a snug sum of Blood and I have tried many kinds of mpty glnuioa generally contains a in tho world could not stand such son returned homo reporting tho loss money only to find that 1 had mistaken Cough Syrups in my time but let imrcotic prlneiplej Lolhmij soluble in treatment for a hundred years and be of his brother at sea and tolling how In another mans pocket for my own me say to anyone wanting such a a whit better than tho scrub is tho height of tho storm a lady appeared ether which causes eruptions trcn medicine German Syrup is the best Worlds Inlf Album We have never known a caso In In mid heaven who let down a ropo ibliug und confusion of sight in man subject to so many sudden Send ten cents In stamps to E O We arc which a farmer however careless he and towed tho ship to a safe anchor-Â¬ 1 changes from cold to hot damp II might have been in caring for common age Ho was just rolatlng tho sad novs MeCormick G 1 and T A C get tho R K Cincinnati 0 and stock did not take good care of thor- Â¬ of Ids brothers death when lib aistor Worlds Fair Koute Views of tho Colum weather here but in families where German Syrup is used there is little oughbreds if he purchased them One came Into the room and congratulated bian Exposition The a II 1 in of the great uses of improved breeds of hltu on his escape She recounted with connection with the Monon Is the trouble from colds Job nF Jones 3 cattle we always contended is that exactness tho events of that fearful Worlds Fair Koute being tho only line j they teach men to bo more care- night und told how sho was just running lullman Perfected Safety Ves ful in their management of stock hastening to her brothers rescue when tibuled Trains with dining cars be Â¬ CREAM BALM People are not apt to pay a she was awakened by her parents tween Cincinnati nnd Chicago good price for a thing und then cries Years passed and another calam- Â¬ IS YtOltTU A mam who pots choleric ovor his collar abuse it Hut thero is abuse of cat- Â¬ ity befell tho family This timo tho button lian not uecesinrlly pot any comma tle other than exposing it to storms father was drowned at sea The legend shaped bacilli about hluu llostou Tran and starving it and if we do not realicc tells how the devoted daughter on sorlpt TO AN V MAN it we are in danger of goiug far wroirg hearing the news hastened to the sea- Â¬ A toiiatniit lMiiKue We have seen and so has every reader shore Sho called In vain for her fa Â¬ Indigestion K in many balances a con Â¬ Woman or Child of this avticta seen show stock that thers return Louder and louder came stant plague givlnjr the sufferer no peace cufTcilnti from was decorated with the blue ribbon her wsiIIb of wrrow until frantic with night or day To banish tho tormentor with jieplns and dont deluge your stomach Uso tho genuine CATARRH giving evidence of bruttl abuse It grief she threw herself into tho waves sour or acidulous tonlei had been overfed It had been fat and was drowned Invigorantand appetizer Hostellers Stoin aoh Thlters approved and recommended by Not n Liquid orSnuff U tened almost to cWjath Its boner and V FEVER Cntniiltluii of iomt physicians ot distinction Uso it too for muscles had been neglcoXcd in ontlcr to A miliaria It Is a singular fact that tho most complaint rheumatism constipation liver nbloimrtlelnli nppltol Into tnrlinnittrtl anil tinwroo PrliuMroiiUnt lriiptlrtKir tijr lunll lay on fat that tSio animal mitfht ap and nervousness KlY liuoTllKttsM WurroiiHt Now York precious jgoms are composed of the pear bcautnful and the worst of the most coixunon substances The diamond o7aV said tho IOISONOUH UYKOIUSS Yoi u turn will com whole matter wis people mistook the is the purest form of carbon and is iden Â¬ impecunious u ng man as he luspuutcd IiIh nml llcsh eating animals and xtry mountains of fat of pnectical disease tical in composition with ordinary char Â¬ cullu Wusliingtoii Star Btrongly in rabbits but it Uotfc mot for strength uad size often bought coal uQthout the impurities of the these abutted animals for breeders and affect swine horned cattle or ludhs In Olden Tlinoi Many of us have not the courage to ex Â¬ latter The ruby on the other hand is This grass is therefore of sprehsl in- as a result prodrced animals that wore nearly pure alumina a substance found Feoplo nvcrlooliol tho Importance of por press our own convictions mul opinions mtis tieiiellilulelteri- and terest because it i one of thu few weak and in aisicnsuve at lcart unsat in profusion in over3 clay bank Tho niauenlly tratislouBaition hut ti umvthat It but follow blindly In the wake of others iw lied Willi isfactory plants belonging to the grass tfwriily will scientiiic name for crystallized alumina Svrup f Fi who set the pace for us We always ad- Â¬ It is rradily to be seen Inerofore is corundum and the gcms coraprc Is generally known tiut which have deleterious properties iKe porniiiivuitlv euro habitual constipation latcd species of this grass and its that to treat ar uniniui kindly to take hended under this designation arosome woll inforincd people will not buy othor mire the outspoken sentiment hut are varieties arc considered very valuable care of it in tlu motft profitable way tiznesanorc valuable than diamonds of laxatlvoB which net for u time but llually afraid to venture ourselves This Is true injure thu syslem forage plants in Europe especially1 the we must studi the jience a feeding the taune weight The ruby the sap Â¬ not only of our manners but of our health It phire the oriental emerald the oriental Italian rye grass Lolium perenue our anil be povertied bv its nrineiolts a very upiljjlit yoniif lnily Many of us will suffer from Indigestion sitrs rhl- - and constipation for years and ijo blindly Au English authority says I is hardly probaWe tthat any reader of topaz the oriental amethyst the orien- Â¬ Ves but Blies oatou iuatriinony ltuliomn that by proper management the first this paper doua not ffeed enough Hut tal aqua marine the oriental chrysolite uolphiu ilucord along hoping that next week we will bo crop may bo cut in April and tfihree there may be many who do not feed thebyaeinth aud other precious stones Ha vu Ym Asthtnu better or tliit change of climate will re the right lcinu of feuds We hope that are al alumina tho varieties o color imoro cuttings of after grass dutingithe Dn It ScmiTMASS yu Iaul Minn will iswiKon Neither of the g rasscs liave the time us not fapuistant vulicn every being caused by inappreciable quan- - rjiaila trial paclcaccorKcbiffinamrH Asthma stole our health when In fact we aro farmer will recogniij the fact that too titios of metallic oxides proved very successful in the west turo jrte to any Hnffuror Olves liiRtant re- nrowini worse continually It is u well i lief in worst aae und curcu wlutro oiliura The climate does not socm ic be much cucm is injurious and wrll feed all known tact that constipation Is a factor in Tall JSanio this jiaper and uend addrcsa - Excessive rains in animals enough of sveh foods as bran tadaptcd to them This malady developing rheumatism 3fr Toothnndnail I canU imagine itke south du ring hot weuthcrcaAites it oats etu nfiw ill nourish the bony aud wht we got married jfor ycws totally Tositive mud cmipnrntlve madder can be cureJ and cured definitely and efÂ¬ t to rot Prof Phares says destroying k muscular Kjsteins tFarmers Voice lositivi diilercnt at every binglo point Mrs manner uiau couiiarulivu inauiia or fectually by getting a box of the Laxative even the roots It requiresesilenmjous Tortliandnnil 0 yon tthitiuxvr Uof Gum Drops and taking them every night loams and marls and loamy sand Such AMONG THE POULTRY ton Courier UamsCatmucu Ciat Is a liquid nnd 1h on retiring Hegiu with from three to five soils when manured give a biir yield taken internally and acts directly on tho ILcarn to Mhink Tight airfl you will hlood unJ iniicwifl mirfnios of tho nyttem until the result is obtained and then grad- Â¬ The pereuuiul rye grass Lolium ftwr Fkw tiangfitvill kriop hen from layenne illustrated herewith has ucn ing sooner thiui feeding exclusively on not have much trouble ulout behaving Wiito jarUMtlmonlalH fra MauufactiuxHl ually lessen the number until finally they by hU OiinsiJY Co Toledo O rigiit Hums Horn cultivated for more than two hundred corn will produce the desired result They will years in England and in that moist Jiniiuiuyc plae siiearrlio city it AnKnrof snow mwcrlhiUBShiir siiilfcip jVfhitn Uio swlftoflt rmmer In cure any form of dyspepsia Indigestion or WuriRns cool climate is au excellent grask ibut the best JtiirawiiuxdbHbivejpeultry basl hiter Ocean the vrlil Uiocuuse ho wait the llrutiu the stomach trouble Get them of any deal- Â¬ human eu oe for our country the Italian is nuure iiess Tireai is no dlnrout on itjie baby ttiat er Small size to cents large size 25 cents valuable yet it is doubtful whether Gkksk sftioulfl uotibn too fax and yet eunies to pa Youlcers StatOBtnan develop amazlnr npeed Svm ttllov Peoria HU I when tiluylroitrivcn Kenerally so Prof Tracy of MiLs hhould be rfutKEiough to present a good to drlnlc KlalraOu- - SYLVAN REMEDY CO Cm in Is a buio shot altbougk ho makes 2llUi sippi states that the rye grasses ihuvo appearance man Mrs11 N Y Journal proved worthless for that state Tluy It is notithcikugost fowLtfent is the Aioooi match oinerUiat dote oiot ro out istart readily from heed sown either in most vigonmislbmt rciihertbe one with V spring or autumn and make a vigottms bright eye and quick movejacnt WnAT iH your husband rioinfr imw growth until warm weuthiM comes after Nothing Ho hiu iMtan ayuudutcd ito an DrKiHNoaflielcull nBii winter it is an N Y Pi ess oaioe which they dwindle and disappear ana iaiportantujannjairrange so that the pletely iTwafl a St JohnsVarv VftJ Poboboy fowls will Lh5iealJuntLEnti exercise A 30 INCH SECOND HAND wboibclinj unlicd wltuta ntnliuUitewitfl re Â¬ Am kindsof liMiltiw willbe tho bet plied rent Yield of ltutor A ntalacUte la whune thu water tfStwne wonderful results with roKJunC ter for a gocd l dtur during the win- - lsalaithrough aud sUnljs on1 Anson Kardy Power Gutter to potato culture have been obtained ter even to like ttmrkiR aud guineas Osn ut the biirircat tJools In rtbc world la by a gentlcnauii farmer in Frnuoe JI JC Jltnvcll Mwlford Slaos nays lici Iv counting ilieftOHtof keepicg poul tlio uiaa who thinks trcau mine ftouicthinK OAN EASILY 33 E This farmer who is also a distiii t try a jjood plaa ihiU estiniateono bush by only iiul ting Boveoi quurta da a peck mother firu been cun 1 of Scmfutai by tho use lamHlBoru gutehed chemiaL has been according el of grain a year fljocrcailhlnyiiu hen aftnr iliavlng had of fourfcottlofl of 1R3 CHANGED TO AJjAND MACHINE mem aud bcln to a recent consular rcixirt fromi SoitcicBV nays that ttatoly he prayed all much olimr treat-- lgf Onk cheap xvay of amlking the poul nlpht oi Ills knees This is ever o imtteh reduced in qui tan lov fcondlttoxwt Suulth ai It 4Siift Tlict rflllflllptlll niltoc f ennui iiw house worm is to inasw papers on betltir than was blicvioald not Iho expecitnonts with potatoes with the f tlje nHe using flourynstannd putting IlrQadeJ pliiapreying an hU follow auen Times remarkable resulttthat he has succeeded Ttle japer on twoortliree layorsithick Cured my imieboyj fttcrcll A N Kellogg Newspaper Co 3t aptoulsliing remnrkeilOThlherty in ssuouring the enormous return of jjen whiten thoroughly xxCKvhlchnp taryitcrof- ila 1 bate anybody it Isrwimo tbitl Vheuuver JC aoc Jortyitwo tons pr 4aere The plan he tCommiacial Hallo pcarod ctl overbid With a good range pUwty of water one iilsUlio--Boto- a CHICAGO ILL 5CVCTuIRllhopc adopts is to carefully select the seed a year I teit -- f tin nd comfortnble quarter Bt iscompar nnd toivse only tlie best and soundest rvcmmyi wflico flnaDj of Ills fZGX TltKP Trial Bottlo fire mall ttfively easy to raise dtwilas or guse Mkb Atii to thfntlc iio a I 1 was Ind iccl to iiso furr after allothrriirall AddrraM tubers The grounfi is dug or plowed TTOiey are hardy not uttuJJy Infested uiott toJU5DroitTn you Mr Jaggs Lush mrav for ttloAcnircd bcaHLio Afcwbo iuiMiitHcontiiiiuia -to a great depth an8 is well manured you tlitIH- - got iu with vermin und will largely takevcure forth wVofc ludianaoiIs JouratL Uhi3 ymptotutof tho dlrtfxso n maia dlntchcw Udore planting the 4ued potatoes they of ithemselves In srornlilno Ilnlilt Ctiroilutirixl St- - Louis Itepublic Meh T L 3Lim tRMtbrzTblllQ 3Qso titXt lnr Noimytlll OPIUM IlIU STUllKNh UbamM0ilJO are soaked for aboutuwenty four hours This axiom an Tnr xooil die early Our book tBlool uiF kn in a mixture composed of saltpetw and erftutc iiija isyut nut BWIPT IraCUtC SJAUUIUC wha are not i notapybinany clcrgyTBOii dl late Uim- STAYS WIRE FENCE only rood butwcuBtouied to snlphate af ammonia six pounds of ton irantcnliL weh salt ito twenty live gallons of THE INSULTED Wlicisr I KETTLE BECAUSE Jiwt ie ThtKf for IoralltU water AfVM this soaking the tubers Tuekc thlsW bo said of fall faihlotm J 1oiU Are Kxpeimlre gocH down with the same tliat a TH1 COOK HAD NOT USED aw allowed to drain and they Uien Wbre fence posts are expentre it ie grace inas itiovor thai a momau doe iliiludclpuiu staad for twenty four liooirs longer in nn nbfeet to utf as few as possible On limes order that the germs may liave time to a Kansas farus tho posts are placed Excuho mo If f ExcuuAMts GUapplo tlvelL ChauiVers Journal Certain- Maud four rods apart For stays latks aro fcavo boon liiougUtfess Im not glvciuto fxacUur lmiioislblll i wwr Wired W II1C uurutii How to Itnuuk Cuttle t Lend as showu in the illustration n hktftch tVisN YJUoroW- A cattlo breeder says two of which has be Take sent by J iwcir ald 1io tired little mamma 0n dear Animals of about equal size and Babys been crying for two JiourH aud Hrength and tie them together with a Id sure I IdouH knew what fcc wants Mid alcepyUltUe pups Spanking gu strong rope by pLaciug ono end around lirpcra Bazar tlie horns of one animal and tho other H in end around the horns of the other and aake them fast as for leading or tying P leaving three or four feet of ropo Between tho inner horns turn them 4l Jr rato a field free from trees Let them otiMllr4ii H whohnra wck rii pcopU j I un pull und haul till they are tired of lunrfor AiUV iiihiouMui Pl lt and thoy H Coniunitlnn It liaaCuro for u will walk side by side nnd eurrf M together Then take off the ropo AK IKEXPKSSIVE FAHM FKNCE 1 runP t la not hurl utiiko they will over after lead with tho inn nlaln annealed wire is Mty of a child even though tho first t to It cut In six inch lengths and bent ath the cWion may ba years afterwards hy side of a touch easier than for a roan to ba proper shape over ono lath In place tho ThfaTnuto UittUenthtlcit Jtrked all around by a wild helfor or hand A boy holds around the bent wire U quickly slipped a pair and more effectual with T4iT WHTERPfiOOF CflAT A N ICE lath apd wire and trrasped three turns two or WMCV WRfTXUTll AIMRMTIKRWM A pullet and of pinchers and with In the World VIKAAK giJJJi that Is a hearty eater American I never been sick will inaturo much they are solidly secured A J TOWER BOSTON MASS teller than another not so fortunate Agriculturist mtk- teiMJJRALHra s - Ml Â¬ well-knoW- n- Â¬ German Syrup I i 4 1 - i -- Â¬ Â¬ -- Elys catarrh PcLYSi saxrcaxi 500 Â¬ Â¬ Public Opinion Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ PAPER CUTTER CURES SCROFULA QB tbht m J - -- FITS 1 - POT THE good cookbng demands cleanliness sapolitO shoijld be used every kitchen SAPOLIO -- s-r -- f WBSOL Sciatica if masMo cqiAL i v 0i - NlIlD HI ill A l 1 fcp i - v tolftm aa fcw- - A-- J- - j fcft AV VSi--j- j -- j w Iftoki SktvU Not fct TtxtiL JlH u vKi TP The legislature did an unwise countiv Cap Â¬ company with act when it ineluddd books in the tain TomHonrym tho colobratod froo lances uOno list nf taxable property Tho first o ror in the list is tlm family bible Armod Horry and Suo Mumly 1 tint We doubt if any other country capturod a yRiikoo colonel Uko aaotof fun luviiig hoIiooI boyn under the sun imposes n tax on the tlioy determined to have Homo uport bible It is a heathenish act that or nil iH hiiiu ami uom mutu could be expected of only such novor h sot of men more given countries as the great rnknovvn B nm humor than Uioho name Interior of Africa The taxation B men Ono Armcd Horry and of school books falls littletshort of m o Mundy Tying the federal the biblo tax sacrilege M cor to a tron tliev protondod to be The policy of the state should liberal toward the dissemination decide thnt ho inutil die Tom Henry like the chivalrous guntlo of learning To tax the o ks is The inali ho wiih and in wan detailed to certainly no encouragement Â¬ government is most liberal in that put up a mock defense With cook ed pifltol in hand he faced the two direction It has placed a lower Hoomingly bloidthirHty partisans rate of postage on newspapers than aiui Announced they would havo to any other mail matter The law iniiron ovor his deiul body before oxompts churches and school thoykillod the qyjonol That was houses from taxes but does not ex a corkonJMndfai agreed upon the empt the biblo and school books Wheio is the consistency What i wo lmmwho woo out for goro ilnully concluded io lot the eel mel is tho line of argument that leads live Afterwards when on trial at to tho conclusion tho legislature Louisville for his life during the reached Let tho present session of the proceodings tho same yankeo ool onolyvhoso nerve had been so legislature repeal the bible and stnngly tested in the episode came school book tax and not wait for into tho room where Henry was its successor to do so A tax on a professional library midf recognizing him as his sup pOBod Biivior had him released and would not be so much ouf of place but by all means take the tax oil sent homo MorganHold Sun of other books Climax Mr J P Blaie an oxtenaivu real For a soro throat there is noth Â¬ estate dealer in Don Moines Iowa narrowly escaped one of the sever Â¬ ing better than a flannel bandage est attacks of pneumonia while in dampened with Chamberlains Pain tho northern part of that state dur Â¬ Balm It will nearly always elVect ing a recent blizzard savs the Sat Â¬ a cure in one nights time This urday Koviow Mr IJlaize had oc Â¬ remedy is also a favorite for rheu Â¬ casion to drive sevoral miles during matism and has cured many very tho storm and was so thorouly chill- Â¬ severe cases 50 cent bottles for ed that he was unable to got warm salo by Rose it Jones and inside of an hour after his re How Many Gallons titm ho was throatonedwith a severo Men who can plan and executo daso of pneumonia or lung fever Mr Maize sent to tho near stdrug schemes in order to evade the law store and got a bottle of Chamber Â¬ boat the courts and como out clear In fMAqf the dpi fcia c AT IUINGl KLDEK WITH TiMP OFmm r fr PrWBriK lKE A J M ROBINSON Importer aniLdoldnr of CO MILUlUlllLiniL 13S E MAIN nun i wmif STIEET DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS jMuifictirlRC Jiwilir WltyF ImKWttfiid J Xus B37 03V mill fill PLEASANT THE NEXT MORNINQ I FEEL BRIGHT AND NEW AND MY COMPLEXION 19 BETTER My Wtir y It tfi rtntlr on tha stomach 7lil tlrlnk ll nit kMiKjriL arid li plcuwuil laxative mull from Ix it anil I irrpm f or uo 4 cmiIj m tea it rallrd mw H r AVcHt Mni ii LOUISVILLE Do Street u Custom Htvu Squart 7 LEXINaTON KY KY Business With a Home Institution THE CLAY CITY Ilr WATCHES JUIHESMEDIGIHE a If at dm sluti All Mil It aaea family Mtdtrlne marra the bnwrUratti - OilATOK FWOOUWAKD LtHOV N Y 60c and 100 package your address fur fraiiipl National banK CLAY CITY KY l DIAMONDS CLOCKS Capital 1IOYIi HAY oMKKJ KrssKII CiiMhicr lm UAXK 11 LOUIS STIX WIIOIKSAIK CO IN iuikils hotter No Hank in KnMern Kentucky vaults nor belter luoilitie for kveiiiimyoiir aeeoiiiit Munaeil ontirelv livhoiiie people who know you iiml who are nlwiijn ready to aeenmnioibite you 0Money to loan on renouiible rate Call on im Irtxiiluiit golid Stllrer AVD Optical Goods Dry Goods Third Hacu anil CINCINNATI O AW rnrrv the rooiIh that will suit vour trnilu and our prlccit are TIIK IOWKSt Special attention to mail orders Hardware notions Iliion c W T H PHILLIPS WITH Trimble Bros WHOLES ALE Sts W M KERR JOIIItKKS IN CO LLtl IsfiliVffljM Erar3 It Cnrss Colds CouRbsSoro Throat rocpTnfluen ta Whooplre Couch bronchitis - U Asthma A and certain cur Tor Consumption in frni a sura relief in advanced stn i U tc at c seo the excellent eifret first dose Paid by dealers everywhere SO centj and SI 00 bottles You Agricultural Implements MT STEKLIXO KY OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS MALTA EVAP PLOWS COOKS MILLS oii8iinmeiitH of produce and the j5i OHATOUS CHAMPION HEAPEKS patronage of Mountain Merchants resjiect AND MOWEKS STODDAIU AND fully solicited Je 14ly ACME HAKKOWS DOOHS AND SASH A SPECIALTY 110 anil 112 Skcond Stkiit IUONTON O emoeims WINCIIETEK KY cc THE WINCHESTER BANK N IT J- - H PIERATT WITHKUSIOOX President II 1 11 livery Feed and Sale Stable HAZEL GREEN KY Double and Single Iti and Saddle Home lor hire Parties eonvey ed to auv point on reason able tonus UNTKlt Cashier had often heard and took a num bor of largo doses Jle says the ef Â¬ fect was wonderful and in a short timo ho was breathing quite easily Ho kept on taking tho medicine and noxt day was able to come to Dos Moinos Mr Blaizo regards his cure For salo by as simply wonderful tones Kose And Now tho Old Mans In It Of all tho odd election bets re- Â¬ corded the Philadelphia Record claims that tho oddest is that nuido by a Konsington couple The man is a Republican and his wife is i n ardent Democrat Shortly before tho election they became involved in a dispute over tho relative merits of tho two candidates which atone timo throatrned to disrupt tho housohold This was renewed at intorvale until in desperation tho husband made tho following start- Â¬ If ling proposition Said ho Clovoland is eloetod overy night for a year 1 will clear on tho sup Â¬ per tablo wash the dishes and put thorn away On tho other hand if Harrison is eloetod you must shave mo and shine my shoos overy morn Â¬ To this the wifo readily ing agrood and now the unfortunate follower of tho g o p sponds the bettor part of tho ovoning strug Â¬ gling with a dish rag and profanity whilo his wifo wears an angelic smilo lains Cough Romedy of which ho are regarded as very shrewd in Men who en- Â¬ busineso matters deavor to work such schemes though not always successfully are found more universally among small capacity distillers of brandy or whisky than among men of any other avocation among civilizdd people The latest thing wo have hoard of being pract iced as a scheme to evade tho law is in Russell coun Â¬ ty whoro a distiller or ownor of a barrel wishes to dlsposo of it has a friend to canvass his district and find what each man is willing to take be it a gallon more or less until the barrel is taken then there is a mooting of tho share owners and a general division according to quantity first agreed upon and the money paid into a purse that goes to tho payment for the barrel to the first owner All the share owners together buy the barrel and the last act is to get each share sep Â¬ arated from all tho others Co- Â¬ Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 This Hunk solicits the accounts of mer chants farmers traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and oilers its customers every facility and the most liberal terms within the limits of legitimate banking octl8ly Â¬ trill Ht Istt rfiWiyr i II No nitend to all calls for ntie- mil and solieit bniuesH of this kind Hespeetfiillv Ac JOHN II PI Kit ATT Traders Deposit Bank MT STERLING KY 30000 XOtT IN qCAHTITT BlSTUQClUTT WORMS WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE Has lod all Worm Remedfos EVERY BOTTLE Mlts IOIT DAY lroprietres J M IIIOSTAFF President Tbi bouse has been recently retitted and G L KlUKPATUICK Vice President refurnished and the table is at ail times sup V W THOMSON Cashier plied with the host in the market Kates reasonable Sample room attached and spe We mer solicit cial rates to commercial men Patronage is chantsrespectfully traders the business of men and business limners respectfully solicited ttCly generally throughout Eastern Kentucky A live us a general banking business done chance to send you n bank book Day your checks and lonn vou monev when in need Â¬ - AY HOUSE HAZKIi CiUKKN Ky Capital 200000 Surplus Â¬ FOR 20 YEARS W W Thompson Cash GOOD PAY FOR GOOD GUAMNTEFD R S STIIADER S0K b IVtpartdbrKKlUKDSOSTiTUIRHID SOLl EVERYWHEREBTLOng CO W01 Successors to 74 E J A LMI Co 1 v Whon on a visit to Iowa Mr K Dalton of Luray Russell county Kansas callod at tho laboratory of Chamberlain ifc Co Des Moines to show them his six year old boy whoso life had been saved by Chain day borlains Cough Romody it having Lanes Medicine moves the bow- Â¬ cured him of a vory severo attack of oroup Mr Dalton is certain that els each day In order to be heal Â¬ it saved his boys lifoand is enthu Â¬ thy this is necessary siastic in his praiso of tho remedy Mtss Carricos Suit For salo by Rose it Jones rhe 10000 damage case of Miss Emma Carrico vs Thomas Logs- The Happy Family Squabbles Tho killing frosts of Novembt r don and others for defamation of week in HOom to have blighto I tho luxurioi s character was begun Inst Marion circuit court There and fragrant plant of harmony f the which tho Republican party was are twontv livo or thirty witnesses wontto boast Tho knife of discord and the trial is attracting more is drawn from its sheath and is turn ordinary interest the court doing its deadly work Andrew house being constantly crowded Carnegie so prominent with Re Â¬ Coughing leads to consumption publican moguls is now stigma Â¬ Kemps Ralsoin stops tho cough at tized by Congressman Grosvenor once bandy legged Scotchman as a Lawyer u This bill says ten gal Â¬ who ilj go down in history as the It is sad lons of mapol syrup I stmt you an arch sneak of tho age t this lack of gratitude Tojudo eight gallon keg Farmer Cant help it I put Boo in ton gallons t Mrimino tho only ponhanent Lawyor Well bores the nvon euro for all forms of lioadache and ny I dont mind paying for tho iWHiralgiR relieves tho pain in from two gallons but its an awulstraii J5 to 20 minutes For sale on pos oi tho keg T lumbia Spectator B MAUPIN A prominent cattleman from tho vr ith territory of Now Mexico fells of fearful su tiering among the cattlo D H CARPENTER of tho drouth strickon district and WHOLESALE DKY GOOHS says 75000 to 100000 head of cat- Â¬ NOTIONS HOOTS SHOES See tlo havo diod from starvation and feGlj-CATIKTTSIHKG KY lack of water Morris Farris of Danville Ky Chomborloin b Eyo and Skin has sold to Nelson Morris the big Ointment Chicago oxportor 280 head of fan Â¬ A cortaln euro for Chronlo Soro Eyes cy beeves for 120 por hundred Tottor Salt llhoum Scald Hoad Old They will average about 1500 lbs Chronlo Sores Fovcr Soros Eczema per hoad and bring Mr Farris up Â¬ Itoh Prairio Scratches Soro Nipples ward of 15000 They go to Eng Â¬ and Piles It is cooling and soothing land Another largo feeder Mr J Hundreds of cases havo boon cured by C Caldwell sold a like number to it after all other troatmont had foiled Goldsmith of New York the other It Is put up in 25 and 00 cent boxes Main H For Ladies or Gentlemen LEXINGTON KY Wholesale Dealers in Stkkkt 5 to 500 Cash Also Straight Kentucky Whiskies Wines Brandies c Accordiug to results accomplished FINE OLD WHISKY A SPECIALTY in addition to a liberal commission of CIGARS AND TOBACCO twenty per cent Agents for Old Pugh Old Pepper OKI Tarr and Old Taylor GUESS PREMIUMS FOR SUBSCRIBERS No Impossibilities H Â¬ G FEDER lb- -- or Uncertain- - Cut Price House 107 RACE STREET CINCINNATI OHIO ties Eyory thing Fair Honorable Plain and Positive Seo programmo in tho Â¬ CHAS BUC1IAXAX Practical 800 HAZEL CJREEN KY mmu l Weekly Enaoirer of our Fourth Annual Contest among Agents for largest cluhs rXDERWKAU SHAWLS H03I- GIOVI S IHANKETS SIS X PENDEI18 and all kinds of sumll wares anu other goods In Notion umi Furnishing Goods Line KHY H A O 2 - SSpeihil Fkhkii Co lOOThurch Street New York attention to mail order Special attention to Repairing and satis faction guaranteed Shop at old Cummins stand on the hill near the Herald otlicc An Agency for tho Weekly -- Enquirer is a profitahlo business It is tho best school iu tho world to preparo ono for n business contact with tho lGH5wE ROSE HAZEL DeBUSK IHACTICAli And all who would retain it should consult Blacksmiths and Wagonmakers JKEEN ICY public a stepping stono to business qualification and futuro prosperity Wo want good Agents to solicit for subscriptions The inducements aro OTIS W SNYDER HKVIKlt IN Itlacksiutthli of all kinds solicited and work promptlv done We make a wpecinlty of buiUliii 2 novso wagons and guaraulee all work All who are indebted to the NOTICE linn or either of u for work must come unit settle and cash or satisfactory terms will bo demanded for all work done liereafter Thanking vnu for pat pntronnge and so llcltiiiK a contiutuuiee nf the mime we ate KOSK A DkIIUSK respectftilly extra good ENQUIRER COMPANY CINCINNATI O DAVIS SPECTACLES DIAMONDS JEWELRY WATCHES Nuutii rpiTu SniKirr LEXINGTON KY IH 5fcG The heht oeuINt in the Stale U till Iiiiiim mid nrlocH on eventhlng t1 lowest Cull on him when iu Lexington - A FLOYD HYHD Camptoii ICy collec AMOS Â¬ itiv jruarantee t 1hb IIikam of 4toitr sent noshuiid by mail upon ttHlptof price 50 cents a box I Happy ami content U a liome with The Ro Chester a lamp with the light of the morning Catakfuwrlte Rocheter Lamp CoNewVotk AMQUNHY ALMuA ir Vbstnicts of tlllo hiniUhed tions miulfc null prompt returns with West Llhorly Ky Coiuituteil with the law tirm of Wood Ml Sterling Ky In clll pmetife cuanuteed Itiy BETTHAH BROS 5 CO W jiwlly celebrated Manufacturers of Clolhing cTvga lKlS lVrivlMcel pen an Mild nt this Minve at 10 cents a Izcn V Pkarl St CINCINXATI and the lwd pencil in town at Tie apiece lfSff 1H1