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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor Hazel Green Herald Of a Noisy World With Nows From All Nations Lumbring at His BftoJc - 4100 A YEAR Altoayt In Advana EIGHTH YEAR rt44MW4 eveO- itAZELCfllEEN At WOLFE COUNTY ICY FRIDAY DECEMBER 30 1892 The Proposed Road Law Tlioro is a bill ponding in tho hou80 ronortod bv tho rovisorv com- mission on titled roads and pnss ways that ought to and probably NUMBER 40 Carlisle the Coming Maa A KWnahington eorroepondontf says With Clevelands olection tho star of John G Carlislo rosd again and the pooplo who know much about insido politics ronlizo that tho chanco of Sonntor Car- Â¬ lisles lifo has como Ho is des Â¬ tined to bo ono of tho groatost-fig-uroin tho Cleveland administra- Â¬ tion Carlisles position will Ub moro prominont than that of cab inot officers oxcopt in tho case of omergoncies in which somo one portfolio might chanco to socurO Carlislo has tomporary tamo reached tho stago in his caroor whero ho is ripo for honors His wonderful aouiuon and ability is concedotl by ovory ono and his prominence as tho groat constitu Â¬ tion defender and Mr Clevelands personal friend will gtvo him tho greatest opportunity ho has oyer had There aro said to bo two pol- Â¬ iticians for whom Mr Cleveland has a genuine liking ono is Car- Â¬ lisle in whoso sagacity ho has con Â¬ fidence the other is Russell tho Massachusetts governor for whom Mr Cleveland has a fondnossas ho ontortains for few men Mr Kus soll is not acabinot probability on account of tho lieutenant govern Â¬ orship of his stato being in Repub Â¬ lican handB Three great figures of the Cleveland congress will bo Carlisle Gorman and Cochran s m m n 1 mOWMWWI 9WWWm 44I I The Greatest Effort tOI that tho county court with tho aid lira History o trsr BQVALSD IN THE o ofLexington hW44rtr4- - shall classify tho roads in tho sev Â¬ tho solection of chief magistrate in eral counties of tho stato in 1891 tho hands of tho people instead of into first second and third class in tho hands of tho politicians It roads Tlioso of first class phall provents tho centralization of cor- Â¬ bo not moro than sixty nor less ruption funds in doubtful states than thirty foot wide those of It prevents partisan returning second class not moro than thirty boards in certain states from re- Â¬ nor less than twenty feet wide and versing tho will of tho people It of third class not moro than twentv makes tho voter of every stato nor less than fifteen foot wide witli oqunl It provents dictation at road beds of at least twenty six- Â¬ party conventions by doubtful teen and twolvo feet repectively states and broken stones or gravol shall bo That tho chango would bo of im- Â¬ used to form surface when and advico of tho road supervisor tho will of the neoplo Let the People Eleot Why should not tho Democratic party advocate tbo proposed con- Â¬ stitutional change providing for tbo election of president by tho direct voto of tho pooplo It is tho most honest way of gotting at It places Louis H8 KsJlUl AJI1 1 MM Gus Straus Wl 1111 1 n U will lllllfcU KM Every Department Overflowing to its utmost capacity Thh is not a catch penny iik of any Iciml but good honest values and qualities at fair prices Durinir the coming week we will displiv full lines ot Mens and Boys Clothing representing the lend ing niurtlest manufacturers in the United States and Europe We will forfeit our reputation of thirty We have nevyears standing in Loxinuton er failed to keep our promises heretofore Â¬ Â¬ That wo will sell you the best Mens Suit at 5 That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at 10 That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at 15 That we will sell vou the best Mens Suit at 0 That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at 2o OUR MERCHANT rJAJLORING DEPARTMEN- T- Unr Cutters and Workmen are first Ts the finest in the United States We are doinir tho largest business we have ever done class artists Come and make vour selections early L Kse KY KSJl rv C STRAUS LEXINGTON KENTUCKY V LEADING- CLOTHIERS and FINE TAILORS 0Hf44WW04fWWWO C0O- VAd M - ftvAAeX XX W XWlt WW1 4MUH Seeing is Believing And a good lamp Ml Hit 1 t V must be simple when it is not simple it is Shttte Beautiful Good these not good The Rochester q mnn much but to see forcibly All metal vft will itrmrivcs the truth more in three pieces only tough and seamless and made Like Aladdin S ie nhtnlutrlv Mind unbreakable lamp for its mar i indeed a wonderful nf nt it vclous light is purer and brighter than gas light n softer than electric light and more ciieenm own JVi Mill mm UTV T n ns X ThbHochm ASTJlSSiw w 12 - VHtS STtrJ m I tiri WMlfchj f M yt Aim itof from the HOC UNSTICK LAMP CO laric imrcc rc um M I Mi The Rochester irtww JAY-EYE-S-EE wltlt tnreo iippucuiiui w MnJ 1 Cash IUckpry Jrovo Fnrni hone 3 Utertpui riivivKSeiltucliief 1Wlnwiy it torso would no longer apply in Kentucky every irom 3 yenr old Xlll Danville Advocate of two years Mamlln t j i B necessary or convoniont When condition of any road requires it tile draining must bo made Tho fiscal court of the county shall at tho April term 189 oloct a super- Â¬ visor of roads for a term of two years who shall bo a citizen of tho county and if the court desires a civil engineer Tho supervisor shall receive an annual salary of not more than 1200 payable out of the county treasury The fiscal court shall prescribe a period in each year within which the levying and grading of roads shall bo lone but said periods shall not extend beyond the first of October in any year It shall bo tho duty of tho supervisor to report in w riling to tho judge of the coun- Â¬ ty court all failures of contractors to comply with their contracts in regard to roads or bridges and to appear and prosecute in all pro Â¬ ceedings against such delinquents Tho supervi- Â¬ so returned to him sor with tho consent of tho county judge may designate certain roads or parts of roads that aro not to bo let out as hereinboforo required but which aro to bo worked and kept in repair either by special contracts privately made or by hands and teams hired by him or by delinquent tax payers or by persons sentenced to labor or who by law may bo liable to work otit fines imposed by juries or courts Such overseers and persons hired as heroin provided are to bo paid out of the road and bridgo fund Delinquent tax payers shall be wor Â¬ ked on roads in their justices dis- Â¬ tricts and as convenient as may be to their places of residence and shall be allowed credit on taxes duo by them at the rate of one dol- Â¬ lar for each full days work All male persons confined in county jails or work houses either under sentence of court for mis Â¬ demeanors or imprisoned for non nnvniont if fines and costs shall be available to the supervisor for the pmposo of working them on the public highways In counties itnviui workhouses the prisoners ininv be obtained by the nupervisor from the board of commissioners and the superintendent of the work house upon such terms as may bo agreed upon between them Those aro a few points of tho proposed which if put into effect would b add incalculably to convenience of travel and the value of lands Tin n the lines 1 J it is mense advantage to tho Democrats it is but necessary to glance at tho following figures to have it demon- Â¬ Tho largo majority of tho voters in tho country aro Demo Â¬ crats and tho Democrats have cast a majority of the votes at every election since 72 except in 1880 Tho following is tho table of strated pluralities Cleveland 250918 Tihienrt pluralityin 1S7G is evident that the Democrats It pluralitv in 1S02 Clevelands plurality in 1SS8 Clevelands pluralitv in 188 Jurliehls pluralitv in ISM 1 lillSDS 0SfiM iM384 a8U have everything to gain and nothing to lose by tbo change They escape from tho dictations of New York and they almost certainly elect ev Â¬ ery president for many years to come Tho pooplo have evorything to gain and nothing to lose for the election is placed in their hands and political manipulation will bo Louisville Post of little avail Tho Road Convention The road convention held at Lex- Â¬ ington last week was not as well attended as it should have been A permanent organization was ef Â¬ fected howover by tho election of R II Gray of Woodford county as president and W J Thomas of The Shelby county secretary road bill now ponding in the legis- Â¬ lature was discussed at length The commit tee on resolutions re Â¬ ported as follows Bost Stock Pays Best Ono of tho largest droves of choico hooves over rocoivod hero was brought in on Wednesday last by J ICvans from his Kmorson la farm There woro sovontoon car loads and every animal was as near perfection ad they make thorn They were pollod Angus avoragod 1410 lbs and brought 0 Had they been divided up into smaller lots undoubtedly they would havo brought bettor figures Mr Evans has about 1000 lioad of young cat- Â¬ tle on his Emerson farm 400 of which aro puro breds Brooders Guswtto RcMilved Kirnt That thi onraniza tion be made permanent and that its oh jeet is to impress tho peopln of tho state with tho importance of improving our public roads and iintituting a road sys tem that will produce better results and distribute more equitably mid fairly the burdens of making and keeping the pub lie roads in repair A Fight lor Place Second J hat tho county judges Iw Mr Rascom of Hath county ox urgently requexted to appoint delegates to its dueling to he held at Lexington roprosontativo and a prominont Jay-lDyo-S- Dictator was an old horso when If C McDovollhiH presentownor gave 25000 for him but ho has earned in stud fees and produce 150000 for tho proprietor of Ash laud and is now celebrated as tho sire of the wondorful and lh grand sire of Nancy I Links Directum and Direct besides tho progenitor of hundreds of other fast horses eo January 17th 1803 Democrat in that section is an ap- Â¬ Third That tho newspapers of the for collector in tho Lexing Â¬ stato be requested to present the mattir mid use their bot1 en to their render deavoM to iiwaken tlem to the importance of the subject ami to the inaturiat benefits that would aecruo to them and to the public from a moro enlightened and ellieient system FourthThat all persons who are in torested in the improvement or tho roads of the State be earnestly requested to eo ojierate with tho convention in enlisting intercuts mid croatlug a public sentiment upon this most important subject Â¬ plicant ton district Three members of congressRrockinridgo Paynlor and Lisle havo counties in tho distrioi and all of them will pull for tho oollootorshipwhich curries so much patronage with it Senator Hladlc burn also live in the district and to bo looking fiercely at each other with the other oyo on tho bono Col Thomas Shelby and Stato Sen Â¬ ator Mulligan of Lexington aro doing their level best to got tho collcctorship Senator Illaokburn is saitl to want it for his brother The eighth congressional district may havo an applicant for com Â¬ missioner of internal rovonuo tho place whence all the colleolorshjps radiate Danville Advocate v Untlosirabfo Citizens An exchange gives us aliiitQf nine classes of people who do11 town no good First those who go out of town to do thoir trading Second those opposing improvc- moutH Third tlioso who prof or a quiet town to one of push and busi Fourth those who imagine 110M they own the town Fifth tlioflo who think business can bo dolib he and Col Rrockinrjdgo aro said Â¬ I Fifth That ihehiMature is earne-t-l- y requested to enact as soon as possible a law that will cure the ruinous efli ct of our pnwnt miserable syskiu and promote tho material improvement of pub Â¬ lie roads When this way you travel Pray briny your own gravel 11 of Wchave ETillldlftiK ZHSm II i Trice SI 50 p tloiti not Kivp KIWIMU 11Y v IMWIIll III 1 fi I j hcurtl fyi5iniiiioml It to ull Horsemen ImoovtniKdorlcard Z S M hundrctlsijsucn -- icjiiWuj - MCiuMiMi - CX wiwciiuii The caso of J Konneday Tod it V against tho lv U Railroad Co two aftr litigation of nearly favor uas decided in their your bv the rnitdr States court last week Tho cmrt ordered that im- tlest tho second mortgage bond- iimlfWa iihv tho debt of tho road u it bin four months from January 11 J Kennedy Tod andTho Tho convention adjourned to moot at Lexington January 17th 1818 and it is hoped that every county in the stato will bo repre Â¬ sented and much good bo done K U Give Tom a Placo Thos YKitpatrick of Irestons burg will lo an applicant for col- Â¬ lector of internal revenue in his district Tom Kitzpatriolc has a heart in proportion to his body and when the Domoorats need help he is sure to be in the thickest of the fight Such men dosorvo tho spoils of office Winchester Dem Â¬ j ocrat J J J - -- - Went Turin Itolorn ey can imy it from TUB TONfS OF THIC DAY I v hut Hie laliob are rVkVJhleFu rnilurc ami how eluuip w-- hull he the next Prenl Q W Eottinso 1 sVotl r i Ev1ntiin irtrtkt SF iniiiplitcllngorFiiriimw iiwaiwPbliMliil WiiSliwijrriiH v j lncos us 1 h av Inst niMr tomy siock - o iiiiuh the inwNt nnii nrlee wi mk a iml mv mUiiiiU iHin re UUVinueisewuerv- 1i0 KOUI SOX y rtJIO Holiovo not in malicious gossip those who derido public spiritual ov- Receivor Kean until thattime Tho Ho helpful toward all those in need men bovontn tlioso opposing lines of the K U have certainly Jse Kind sympauieuo in aouonH ory movement inut uuw hui uiaikijuij wim uHJiuawuo in fllnn in lllird tUllOOS lllt WO IOD0 Cllltr itanio 11 opinions aim goner initio umii i rtitaj krniir nninritriuii i mm romiinnm Mint ihnnn oen ous to c iiiuns mj iwvM will come out all riglil as us uiuiuiwniiMn mountain giiii not bo 100c manners uootl morals ami a mac noes not im lynr ui uunuuw Ninth those who wok to tuood heart is tho way to lasting them injure tho credit of indivniuHla lovu and truy happiness V A bill increasing tho pension of ray your Hccotiiii 10 tmy T horo lira tlnrtV towns ill Anierir AinvJu Knhl lorn has nassod v vv II F PlEHATT Co v nwl WulinVrfmi o IIOUSO Hi- t j 1 slyly without advertising Sixth a I - mi iibiimikiwu r - - v - t to J lAi aaieh rj w ii Hazel Green SPENOER COOPEU Herald PublUUor J 4 Opinion THE f PRESIDENTIAL 7 Uf ELECTION rrndltiK Dfimorrutlo on tho lUniilt VlCrrOHY ti TotirnnU A MAONIFtCINT IIAZI3L GREEN KY COLOR Vfhy IN COSTUME to dress For color technically Hpeak lnf means a mingling of pure hues whieh enrich each other and form by their effect upon each other of contrast and relation an agreeable and har- Â¬ monious whole Of the art of thus combining colors wo havo neither a knowledge nor an inherited instinct How many women in a thousand can say for example what is tho effect of mingling a light tone of a dark color with adarktoneof light color or know in what proportions of area the pri- Â¬ maries balance each oilier or oven know what the complementnries are And yet these are the mere alphabet of the subject Wo know so little about color that we cant tell a harmony from a discord and our eyes are bo unused to it that a bit of pure tone like an Italian womans neckerchief in a costume fairly fright- Â¬ ens us as red does a turkey If we venture to indulge the inclination for color which we all have by nature we are more likely than not to produce a crude motley The bcht educated of us therefore take refuge in negation fol lowing in this particular at least Molioros counsel to leave dress to the tailor while tho ignorant Haunt crudi ties and bring color intodisrepute We havo taught ourselves to believe that color is not desirable We think we dont like it we say that it is not re Â¬ Are Not Morn irxcil Tlinn Thoy Noir Arc Tho drcKSof Americana tvwl of North European Is oftoner of a hup than It to of black or of white hut nevorthelcKS it can not be said that wo apply color llrlllinnt Hm The premonitions of democratic vic Â¬ tory which havo been so strong during the past week have been more than fulfilled The reaction which sanguine republicans predicted from tho popular uprising of two years ago has utterly failed to materialize Tho avalanche of 18S8 hns become a landslide In 1892 Tho republican sneer at tho democracy as a sectional party has been proudly answered North south cast and west join in swelling the Cleveland column Mr Harrisons own state repudiates him It is indeed u gloriousa magnificent victory What is best about it is that the tri Â¬ umph is one of principle over ono of the strongest conceivnble combinations Ofliclal patronago has been worked to tho fullest extent to elect Mr Harrison at it was to nominate him In reck- Â¬ less defiance of the olvil service rules tho whole force of federal officehold Â¬ ers has been dragooned into service and levied on for contributions to aid in perpetuating the republican ad ministration for which their alle Â¬ giance was claimed as a right The fund thus raised has been swollen enormous Â¬ ly by the subscriptions of the pluto- Â¬ cratic and monopolistic class whose fortunes have been built up by the re publican party and its class legislation Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The peoplo may well relofcfl Itvn thcirvictory wonor thorn bv tho do mocracy under tho most gallant leader- ship with which a party was ever blessed Detroit Free Press thing more disastrous than defeat They have lost their leadership and organization through whieh they might form plans to retrieve defeat With the loss of tho presidency Harrison goes into retirement and pitiful to say under a cloud of domestic be reavement more melancholy than the most Overwhelming political misfor- Â¬ tune McKinley the acknowledged heir to tho succession also lias suf fered a total loss in the general ship wreck Hardly a vestige of Whitelaw Kcld Is to be foifnd In the general smashup Chauncey M Depcw is bur ied in the widespread political ruin 1 lie young men including Sloat Fas sett Clarkson Carter and the campaign managers of less or greater activity are included in the total collapse of their party There is not a head above the surface of the waves where the ship went down The nuw leaders having disappeared the thoughts of the republican party might turn to the old leaders Jlut they are unavailable Ileforo the presidential election of IJ9 those who a i o not already superannuated will have readied that condition Â¬ Tito republicans have suffered some Tltlm WOIIST MIHFOHTUNh Â¬ Mother Do jou thinklhatlohn Is rcnllv trying to save his money inco yon nro married Wife Oh yes Whenever lip gets an expensive suit for himself he always insists upon me getting on without any at all Inter Ocean DAVID C COOK Tho Pioneer Pulilthlirr r feuncliij- - School David C Cook of Chicago the widely- Known puunwiur 01 sumray scnooi uv erature was uorn in wast Worcester New York in 1830 a son of K S Cook a Molhodist mmis- tor and from aclnld a member of the hiiivh utwl Miniluv fei mum jhujvu TO J uOT feel tho good mats done by Dr l i rwiL Mxlicitl Discovery olden It purities id And through tho blood it cIwusm blood In recovering fiom La Grinix or fr caiiYiuuFvuiieu iriwu iiiicuiroiiyi fiAn or wnwuiiuiut juauuiK vun entinl jfc - iiriMif Â¬ litTlltlir s ncCicd flesh and strength It nrgnn into natural nciiou jiroinoU- - n thn wnuu ii uvuunr mm iwjj yj otwv Vop -- miX j Â¬ Â¬ seiiiKil and nt tho DAVID C COOK same time in one and much of tho time two mis sLn schools meeting at dilTcr- out hours In lb71 after the great fire he left homo and wi th three other young men whom he persuaded to join him rented rooms in one of the poorest and rough est parts of the burnt district of North Chicago and gave himself to relief and Mv mission work Here he started Â¬ wl fJVf M vliool diiY--iu- began vorlwUi r in the Sun- He niliouuncse and tho most stuUtoni Skjn Swiln or StTofuloiw affertKaa apy i 01I7 Jvnv dy m certain ihnt it rail- uo jiKiivrwmf 1 it uocmi t - lf ot-Ln Vnrv cako von lwvi vrllrhack 0l hupurM lod w iiiu Dynjh j n Info WtiSIf to Im- - WmWmm8l imhl rmmicllt clro f For n vliSU ni tht WJfU f Catarrh take Dr ikgn Uturrh Jlorwrlvfn euVTOTJSfKy m vent em U avhing its proprietor rtuarJ j wn church lncurolo ao ef Catarrh VZxtSi in chi- - js y jrtrVfc nv DRKI LMERS rxr isw vrt vtr tfa rov - m iVMSv i ff j THAT CAMPAIGN OF EDUCATION ilned pure and tho most beautiful fabrics and garments in the world are such largely because of splendid color The most gorgeous hues royalty has in all ages appropriated to its own costume and who shall say that tho purple of Rome and the colors of the sun of the Chinese emperor are vulgar No super rcflucmont is not the reason we eschew color in our dress and it would bo contradiction of terms to say that it Is an excuse for our uncertain taste Some people attribute our disinclina- Â¬ tion or color to the eloudj skies of the north but though we may have inher- Â¬ ited a tendency from this cause it is hardly operative in America where nature is as brilliant as anywhere in the world Goethe suggests that it may bo due to weakness of sight but this will not explain our ignorance of har Â¬ monics Our IMiritan ancestry is partly responsible Our good and great fore- Â¬ fathers regarded with complaisance little that did not lie in the moral sphere Color is purely esthetic hence they would havo none of it Tho most active influence deterring us from the study of color is undoubt Wo take our cues from edly fashion northwest Europe whieh knows little more of color than we and therefore color is not fashionable Harpers Jlu zar -Â¬ Â¬ This is of course nonsense Natures colors of sky and landscape can not be surpassed for splendor art uses color hall and theater afterwards removed lo a building of its own This mivsion with an attendance of 350 to Kit made up of some of the worst element he nurrv t -- iL sustained for five years without ilnan- - T6flRTKIDNEUIVER He cial aid from any church or society has since organized and superintended j North Avenue Mission Lake View Mis- finJl nue lirK lc dust In urinr pir - i in thtTU sion and Lake View Union Schools in ftniiiiiiitraftiiirliiitlon paluinj ixuure biitltleitoipuncif uater uuli Chicago and Grace Sunday Sehiol K- gin besides several smaller enterprises Ji 1 His first nublieatioiis were rrenared TuIhmwiii urine sumty ui ho si nary irouiiiidiiiiii iiney ii U tutf onlj for his own schools then to ciinsin v JjIVvB0 tl BifijJJlltnSStj cheapen expense he solicited orders from others This was the beginning Torpid or eulnrjrcd liver foul breath V j poor dt tiou unt of a wonderful Lrowth and nonularitv which in sixteen years has made his Ce11 fll0SlSE thc IlSlIiK 3fi5 name a household word uMnmmMim irritation ulceration Â¬ 1 erjbodys Mission inadcrmnn beer- - Ho ol -- j fictiucut call Cniiriiiilc- - pitf i bleed - nun 113 or pu 1 always room at the top but von had better cany up with yen a big bas- Â¬ ket of vietimls Galveston News 1 111111 is tiMiitrttSdf Ono nottK r t ben cfitnl lttikivli l lll ii fuiu you U10 piui iu0 At DruuiblK f4- Size 111 Sle Ilivulldr Dlt KlLMlll I ttilili 10 bad case of Halls Catarrh Cure eurid 1110 or a very catarrh Druggists sell it 75c J lctltii CO C Simmon Marquess V Va sajs froo Wi iltit MlXGUAMrOK I ttc IIW no you know Jim is peine on a va- Jiocauye he always pets loaded nitioii Dcforo lio goes olt Uoston Uiuette eoupli Pikes Toethiiclic Drops Curo in one Vi r niic3 Honev Moves whooping of Hurchouncl mid Tir m ssyon uuHn gwvy f finrrJL CURE ju f niinutc Cnrcs Consumption Coughs Crcnp Rom Sold by all Dniccist o Thront nt mi 1 irjrriiairog3ygw7fly mm at LWW r rfff llB j V sS Uxcii Sam You mlsorablo combination of knave and Chicago Uorald learn that lesson there has been added boastfulness and bluster nbout the partys record demagogic pretense of affection for the holdier and love for tho workingmen and tho most persist Â¬ ent misrepresentation of democratic candidates and the democratic platform That tho democracy has won against such a combination and that it lms won solely on the strength of its principles and tho confidence inspired by its candidates as the representatives of those principles is ground for the It gives the heartiest congratulation lie to tho republican pretense that the peoplo cannot bo trusted The people have shown that they can bo trusted and they havo shown quite as emphati Â¬ cally that they cannot be bought Ono of tho most prominent contributors to this grand result has undoubt Â¬ ed been the secret ballot secured by the Australian system As early in the season as when Maine and Vermont voted it was plainly indicated that tho republican party had lost ono of its heaviest weapons in being deprived of the power to intimidate voters The party loaders recognized this and showed their recognition by denounc Â¬ ing tho secret ballot which before they pretended to favor and desire Tho result of yesterday reinforces the lesson of Vermont and Maine In spite of the lavish use of money whieh has been poured out like water by the party of so called protection the masses have voted in accordance with their convictions and the workingmen without fear of boss or overseer or republican spy Republican fears as to tho disastrous possibilities of a secret ballot havo been more than realized The rebuke which has beon adminis tered to McKinleyism is a crushing one moro crushing indeed than tho re Â¬ buke of two years ago That may have been duo to the unreasoning rovolt agnlnst class legislation and tho pros Â¬ pect of increased burdens This re buke was administered in tho light of two years experience ami represented tho calm deliberate judgment of tho people Studied misrepresentation in tho orgnns and on tho stump as to the effects of MeKlnloyism on prices and wages could not blind tho people to tho fauts of tho case In tho rush of this tidal wave all the miserable pretenses f republican consideration for the workingmen and about foreigners pay Â¬ ing the tariff tux were swept into ob- Â¬ livion And in the sumo rush perished a score or more of tin plate falsifiers and uiakorr of bogus statistics Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fool will you never m SfeV n V- - To this combination AN EXPERT IN COW FLESH Whnt Ho Didnt Know About Cattle llramU Wiwnt Worth Kiiotiik Some years ago when the cattle busi ness was in its prime in Texas and free-and-ea- Â¬ versation was somewhat stocky IMcss your sonll exclaimed a individual from l never depend on the Kansas City weigher in an estimate of my cattle I can size a steer up with my naked eyo within a few pounds of where hell tip the beam Oh yes said one of the hosts You know our famous stock woman on east Middy Morgan was wonderfully pro- Â¬ ficient in that line All tho big buyers wanted her opinion of a steer before anybody elsos Gentlemen broke in an old long horn who had been apparently ab sorbed in a prolonged and frantic effort to cut his steak Gentlemen laying down his knlfo nnd fork readjusting his glasses and ruefully surveying tho I reckon you adamantine morsel would bo surprised if I was to toll 3011 that I am that perllolent on cow flesh that I can tell the brand that was on tho steer that steak was cut off uv They all confessed that that would Indeed lx carrying tho scienco to a won- Â¬ derful degreo of proficiency Well gentlemen tho oracle con- Â¬ tinued solemnly Ill bet flvo hun dred dollars and throw in my gun to boot that that there steer was branded N Y Uorald B a1 Â¬ Â¬ Khipments to the eastern markets a party of these genial gentlemen were entertained by their city friends at breakfast in tho Talmer house Chicago Naturally the con- Â¬ wealthy stockmen accompanied their presidential campaign llluine has been a valetudinarian for years and if ho lives will be then sixty seven years of ago Sherman will havo passed his seventieth year Edmunds will not reenter political life or if ho should so desire his years will be against him Cullom will become a great leader only in a day of small things All the heroes of the war arc dead or then will bo dead or in their dotage Tho noted men in this last campaign will be un- Â¬ available Those who refused to par-Â¬ ticipate in its events or who like Gresham cast a vote on the other side will bo knifed aud defeated by those now in tho shadow of defeat if they assume the leadership or become can- Â¬ didates At the same time the democrats havo a leader of colossal personality crowned with succoss in spite of the most vigorous enmity in his own party and in the opposite party the hero of a personal and political triumph most nearly resembling that which placed Andrew laekson In tho presidency made him the idol of the people and gave him one of tho first places In history The republican party now is in some such a situation as that of tho democrats after the defeat of Horace Greeley in IS72 The democratic party is in some such a situation as that of tho republicans on tho olectlou of Grant in 18u5 Chicugo Herald NOTES FROM THE PRESS Almost an- - republican feels brave enough to jump on Outlaw Itoid now Chicago Herald How sad the republicans are feel Â¬ ing becauso the workingman of tho country doesnt know what Is good for Â¬ Some may not survive te sec another V rails LESSENS PAIN INSURES SAH1TY to LIFE of MOTHER and CHILD My wifo after having used MotlmrA Friend assod through tho ordeal With little pain was stronger in one four than in n week after tho birth of bc formor child J J McGolbkick Beans St a Ten Mother Prlend robbcrt pain of IM terror 1 bavo tlw healthiest child lovcrBaw nnd shortened labor 31ns L Sv ntliy express per Uwtlle look For ite by all UiucgUu ATLANTA CA tem effectually dispels colds head aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is tho only remedy of its kind ever pro- Â¬ UtltAWl m mi duced pleasing to the tasto and ac- Â¬ ki mum ri r hail catarrh fo ceptable to tho stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its bad that twrc yrtal HEAD fcCftr in effects prepared only from the most ttmainmy nose one IS healthy aud agreeable substances its Mc was eaten teFEVER many excellent qualities commend it through My none to all nnd havo mado it tho most ami head are well popular remedy known Two bottles of Elys Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c Cream llalm did the A U5 and 1 bottles by all leading drug- work C S MeMlU gists Any reliablo druggist who en Sibleu Ji AV PEVEF may not havo it on hand will proA pnrtlclo li npnllrd Into crh nostril and l lrlco W oonM ut Dnicplmn orbrmU cure it promptly for any ono who irreeahlp KltOlIlKllS Wnrroii tiU Now Vork KIV wishes to try it Do not accept any Unlike the Dutch Process substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO No Alkalies m 1 vm Both tho method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant nnd refreshing to tho taste and acts fently yet promptly on the Kidneys and Bowels cleanses the sys Â¬ AiiEUN Cochran O BRADFICLO REGULATOR CO ctiarret iitrpuilil on receipt o To Mnthf r mailril tier prvtfi J hs OatabhH liALMMLv rtefflKsSS Â¬ Â¬ 5 10UMIUE 8AN FRANOISCQ KY CAL Qfc NEW YORK NY It is better to take Scotts Bn Otlier Clicmicals are used In tho preparation of on him Chicago Globe nt tho Club First Club Man You should respect my gray hair and not use such Inn guago to mo Second Club Man Hut my dear sir you ar excited You forgot you arc A Quarrel forence MW First Club Man That makes no d if i would hure had If I hal rwinaincd -- You should respect tho gray fUfU- Texas Sifting President Harrison didnt need to sit up very lato to get tho news that he was the worst beaten president in tho history of American polities St Louis Republic With Illinois gone democratic tho keystone of tho grand arch of repub lican states in the west has fallen out and tho arch falls in ruin St Louis Republic Mr Cleveland scored a great vic- Â¬ tory la Ann Arbor the town where Michigan university Is situated and o where Maj M jlvlnloy made such a over hit scheme of engrafting republican ideas in the minds of college McKinleyism has shown students Itself particularly unpopulur in the seats of learning Chicago llerulu Â¬ how-de-dÂ¬ Emulsion of cod liver oil when that decline in health begins the decline which precedes consumption rather than wait for the germ to begin to grow in our lungs Prevention is better than cure and surer The saying never was truer than Â¬ illTO W BAKER COS mm UI0E3TEII m iC11 J m m reakfastCocoa which la absolutely Cocoa wueu k UhettrenytU ofArrowroot or with Htirrh Biipnr nrnl far moro fW nomlcal cottlwj lest than one cent- a It is delicious nourlshincr aud kadILk 1 Tiiiini CO pura nnd soluble hrf Hints Sold by Grocer PTPrywhere W BAKER Dorchester Ka sumption here What is it to prevent con- Â¬ Garfield Tea A I 1422 Let us send you a book on careful living free KrYBoWlCbe3Soh5hAr JVourdnlgRUtkcpi GuresSickHeadache NK R Pisos Remedy for Catarrh I x t no est Easiest to Use uud ChtapcM Scjmi BnuMoatf oed Um I 50c Bold hv drtifilulu nr E T UzUlu nt li njllil urr D ro C TJiE GOLDEN CALF When the Idol Shakes Itself the Whole World Trembles Ilie Veil Money by Krlmnjo Not or lrratlon Irultitloiin llevT DoWlttTitUnngc DU In 8tocl and Unllko tltn let- lloutlianit Soriiiiin The subject of discourse chosen by Bev Dr Tnlmngo for bis first sermon after the national election wns one pe Â¬ culiarly uppropriato to tho money-makin- g spirit of the times It was Tho tho text selected being Golden Calf And hu took tho calf 3220 Exodus which they had mado and burnt it in tho lire and ground it to powder and strewed it upon tho water and made the children of Israel drink of it People will have a God of some kind and they prefer one of their own mak- Â¬ ing Hero come tho Israelites breaking oft their golden car rings the men for in those as well as tho women there were masculine ns well as times feminine decollations Where did they get theso beautiful gold ear rings coining up as they did Oh they borrowed from the desert of the Egyptians when they left them Kgypt Theso ear rings are piled up into a pyramid of glittering beauty says Any more ear rings to bring None Firo is kindled the ear Â¬ Aaron rings are incited and poured into a mold not of an eagle or war charger but of a calf the gold cools oil the mold is taken away and the idol is set upon its four legs An altar is built in front of the shining calf Then the peo- Â¬ ple threw up their arms and gyrate and shriek and dance mightily and wor- Â¬ ship Moses has been six weeks on Mt Sihai and he comes back and ho hears the howling and sees the dancing of these golden calf fanatics and he loses hii patienceand he takes the twoplatcs of stone on which were written tho Ton Commandments and flings them so hard against a rock that they split all to When a man gets mad ho is pieces Â¬ ment on it and there aro the kneeling stoels or stone but it has an ear whispers devotees and the doxology of the worsensitive that it can hear the on Wall street and Third street and ship rolls on while Death stands State street and tho footfalls in tho with moldy and skeleton arm beating More more Hank of England nnd the flutter of a time for tho chorus has more Frenchmans heart on the bourse It Some peoplo are very much surprised an eye so keen that it can see tho rust on the farm of Michigan wheat and tho at the actions of folk on the Indeed it is a sceno sometimes insect in the Maryland peach orchard and is be- Â¬ and the trampled grain under tho hoof that paralyses description any ono who imagination of yond tho of the Russian war charger It is so mighty that it swings any has never looked in finger and thumb What snapping of way it will tho worlds shipping It and wild gesticulation and raving like has its foot on all the merchantmen buff aloB and nnd tho steamers It started tho Ameri- Â¬ hyenas and stamping like running one to and fro and can civil war and under God stopped swaying uproar it and it decided tho Turko Kussian upon another and deafening of tho oxohange contest One broker in September 1809 until tho prcsidont four or five in New York shouted Ono hundred strikes with his mallet crying Ordor order and the and sixty for a million and tho whole times spoctator goes out into the continent shivered The golden calf of astonished feeling that he has escaped the text has its right front foot in Now fresh air What does it all York its left front foot in Chicago its from pandemonium you what it moans I will tell right back foot in Charleston its left mean of every heathen temple back foot in New Orleans and when it The devotees to Fi8CCS ml y11 and shakes itself it shakes tho world Oh cut themselvesvociferation and gyration golden calf gyrate This this is a mighty god--tof tho stock exchange is all appropriate of the worlds worship worship of the golden calf Hut every god must have its temple This is tho text suggests that this wor- Â¬ But my fand this golden calf of tho text is no ship must bo broken up as tho behavior St exception its temple is vaster than my text indicated Ihore ilauls of tlio English and St Peters ofMososin Bay that this goldon calf are thoso who Jf tho Italians and tho Alhnnibra of in my text was hollow nnd the Spaniards and tho Parthenon of snoken of plated with gold otherwise the Greeks and tho Taj Mahal of the merely say ho could not havo carried it Hindoos nnd all tho other cathedrals they that but somehow perÂ¬ put together Its pillars are grooved I do not knowassistance of his Mnds by tho and fluted with gold and its ribbed haps goldon calf which is chnn ho takes up thisto God nnd mad and arches aro hovering gold and its open insult doliers are descending gold and its an into tho fire and it is melted floors are tcsselated gold and its vaults throws it it comes out and s cooled off aro crowded heaps of gold and its and then by somo chemical appllanco or by spires and domes aro soaring gold and and fashioned file it is pulverized its organ pipes aro sounding gold and an old is thrown into the brook and as its tWlnl nrn irnmnincr irold and its and it punishment the people are compelled stops pulled out arc flashing goldwhilo a tho nauseating stuff stniwUiii nt ihn head of the temple as to drink depend upon iuy hearers you may So the presiding deity aro the hoofs and so Â¬ tock-ox-chan- Some of it flows on down tho surface of the brook to tho river nnd then flows on down the river to tho sea and the sea takes it up and bears it to tho mouth of all tho rivers and when the tides set back tho remains of this golden calf are carried into the Hudson and the East river and tho Thames uud the Clyde and the Tiber and men go out and they skim tho glittering surface and they bring it ashoro and they make another golden calf and California and Australia break off their golden earrings to augment tho pile ami in the fires of financial excitement and struggle all theso things are melted together and while we stand looking and wondering what will come of it lo we find that the golden calf of Is raclitish worship has become the golden calf of European and American Wor- Â¬ ship shall describe to you tho god spoken of iu the text his temple his altar of sacrifice the music that is made in his temple and then the final breaking up of the whole congregation of idolaters Put ntdde this curtain and you sco the golden calf of modern idolatry It is not like other idols made out of face 1 apt to break all the Ten Commandments Moses rushes in and ho takes this calf god and throws it into a hot fire until It is melted all out of shape and then pulverizes it not by tho mod- Â¬ ern appliance of nitro muriatic acid but by the ancient appliance of niter or by the old fashioned file He makes for the people a most nauseating draught Ho takes this pulverized godcn calf and throws it in tho only brook which is accessible and tho people are com- Â¬ pelled to drink of that brook or not drink at all But they did notdrink all tho glittering stuff thrown on the sur- Â¬ very Â¬ shoulders and eyes and ears aminos trils of the calf of gold Further every god nnist have not on- mmple but of sacrifice and golden calf of tho text Is no exception Its altar is not made out of stone as other altars but out of count- ng room desks and fireproof safes und it is a broad a long a high altar Tho victims sacrificed on it are innumora- bio W hat does this god caro about tho groans and struggles of tbo victims before it With cold metalllo eye It anu yct lots them ffer OH Ilea veu and earth what an altar what a sacrillee of body mind and sou Tim physical health of a great multitude Is flung on tho sacri- Â¬ ficial altar They can not sleep and they take chloral and morphine- and in- Â¬ toxicants Somo of them strugglo in a nightmans of stocks nnd at 1 oclock in the morning suddenly rise up shouting A thousand shares of railroad stock one hundred and eight and half tako it until the whole family is affrighted and the speculators fall back on their pillows and sleep until they are awak Â¬ ened again by a corner or u sudden rise in something olse Their nerves gone their digestion gone their brain gone tlioy die Tho clergyman comes in and reads the funeral service Blessed are the dead who dio In tho Lord Mistake They did not die in tho Lord tho golden calf kicked them The trouble is when men sneritlco themselves on this altar suggested in the text they not only sacrifice them Â¬ selves but they sacrifice their families If a man by an ill course is determined I suppose you will have to let him go but he puts his wifo and children in an equipage that is the amazement of the avenues and the driver lashes tho horses into two whilwlnds and the spokes flash in tho sun and the golden head gear of tho harness gleams until Black Calamity takes tho bits of tho horses and stops them and shouts to the luxurious occupants of the equip ago Get out They get out They gefc down That husband and father flung his family so hard they never got up again There was the mark on them for life the mark of a split hoof the death dealing hoof of tho golden w Ho will grind to pieces tho golden calf of modern idolatry and Ho will compel tho people in their agony to drink it If not before it will be soon tho last dny I know not where tho llro will begin whether nt the Battery or Central park whether at Brooklyn bridge or at Bush wick whether at Shoreditch London or West End but it will be n very hot blaze All tho government securities of tho United States and Great Britain will curl up in tho first blast All tho money safes and depositing vnults will melt under tho Hrst touch Tho sea will burn liko tinder and tho ship- Â¬ ping will bo abandoned forever Tho melted gold in tho brokers window will burst through tho melted win- Â¬ dow glass and Into tho street but tho flying population will not stop to scoop it up Tho cry of Fire from tho mountain will bo answered by tho cry of Fire in the plain Tho conflagra- Â¬ tion will bum out from tho continent toward the sea and then burn in from tho sea towanl tho land New York and London with ono out of tho red scytho of destruction will go down Twcnty tlvo thousand miles of confla gration Tho earth will wrap itself round and round in flame and Ho down to perish What then will become of your golden calf Who thon so poor as to worship it Molted or between tho upper nnd tho nothor millstone of fall Â¬ ing mountains ground to powder It that God will burn and iltnr shape of funeral trappings to Green Â¬ wood but you will have to leave the there It would not be safe for you to Ho down thero with a gold watch or a diamond ring It would bo a tempta Â¬ tion to tho pillagers Ah my friends If wo havo mado this world our God whon wo dio wo will see our idol ground to pieces by our pillow and wo will havo to drink it in bitter regrets for tho wasted opportunities of a lifetime Soon wo will bo gone 01 this is a fleeting world it is a dying worhL A man who had worshiped it all his days in his dying moment de- Â¬ scribed himself when ho said Fool I fool fool I want you to change temples and to givo up tho worship of this unsntlsf ing and cruel God for tho service of tho Lord Jesus Christ Hero is tho gold that will never crumble Hero aro securities that will never fall Hero aro banks that will never break Here is an altar on which thero has been ono sacrifice Once for nil Hero is a God who will comfort 3011 when you are in trouble and save you wlten 3ou die When your parents havo breathed thoir last and tho old wrinked and trembling hands can no moro bo put upon yourdicnd for a bless Â¬ ing He will be to you father and mother both giving you tho defense of tho one and tho of tho comfort other and when your children go away from you the sweet darlings 3011 will not kiss them good b3o forovor He only wants to hold them for you n little while He will givo them back to you again nnd He will havo them nil waiting for you at tho gates of eternal wolcome Oh what n God Ho is He will allow 3011 to come so close this morning thutyou can putyour arms around His neck while Ho in rcsponso will put His arms around 3our neck and all the windows of Heaven will bo hoisted to let tho redeemed look out and sec the spectacle of a rejoicing fath Â¬ er and returned prodigal locked iu glor-Â¬ ious embrace Quit worshiping the golden calf and bow this da3 before Him in whose presence wo must all ap Â¬ pear when tho world has turned to ashes and scorched parchment of tho sky shall be rolled together liko an his Â¬ toric scroll PERSONAL AND LITERARY Tho lato William Bradbury the London publisher was senior member of the firm that brought out Dickons earliest storiea and to guard against leaks Mr Bradbury nnd his brother be Â¬ ing practical printers themwlvos sot Dickens manuscript Prof K N llorsford of Cambridge tho great believer of Ericsson m the truo discoverer of America has re Â¬ ceived from tho king of Denmark lit decoration of a knight of tho Royal OrÂ¬ der of Cnnnebrog This is u very an Â¬ cient onlor of knighthooh It wns founded in tho middle ages reserved for a score or two of persons of dis Â¬ tinction During n recent riot in Morocco tho mob threatened tho house of the Brit Â¬ ish envoy Sir Clmrlon Kiinu Smtth in order to show their disapproval of tho acceptance wa3 tmity brought by him forthoHHlnJH In tho thick of tho tur- Â¬ moil Lnd3 Kuan Smith who Is by tho Dagon down calf Solomon offered in one sacrifice on ono occasion 22000 oxen and 120090 sheep But that was a tame sacrifice compared with tho multitude of men who are sacrificing themselves on this altar of tho golden calf and sacrificing their families with theun Tho soldiers of Gen Havelock in India walked literally anklo deep in tho blood of the house of mas- Â¬ sacre whereHwo hundred women and children had been slain by tho Sepoys but tho blood around about this altar of the golden calf flows up to tho knee flows to the girdle flows to the shoulder flows to tho lip Great God of Heaven and earth have mercy The golden calf has none Still the degrading worship goes on nnd the devotees kneel and kiss the dust and count their golden beads and cross themselves with the blood of their own sacrifice The music rolls on under the arches it is mado of clinking silver and clinking gold and the rattling specie of the banks and broker shops and the voices of all tho exchanges The soprano of the worship is carried by the timid voices of men who have just begun to speculate while the deep bass rolls out from those who for ten years of iniquity have been doubly Chorus of voices rejoicing damned they havo made Chorus of over what voices wailing over what they havo Â¬ naut dowii Golden calf down But my friends every day is a day of judgment and God is all tho timo grinding to pieces the golden calf Merchants of Brooklyn New York and London what is the characteristic of this time In which we live Bad 3011 Professional men what is the sa3 characteristic of tho times in which we live Bad you say Though I should be in a minority of one I venture the opinion that theso are tho best times we have had for the reason that God is teaching the world as never before that old fashioned honesty is the only thing that will We havo learned as never stand before that forgeries will not iay that the spending of W0000 on coun try scats and a palatial city residence when there are only HlOOOO incomcwlll not pay that tho appropriation of trust funds to thoir own private speculation will not pay We had a great national tumor in the shape of fictitious pros-Â¬ perity We called it national enlarge- Â¬ ment instead of calling it enlargement we might have called it a swolllng It has been a tumor nnd God Is cutting it out has cut It out and tho nation will get well and coma buck to tho princi- Â¬ ples of our fathers and grandfathers when twice threo mado six Instead of sixty and when the apples at the bot- Â¬ tom of tho barrol were just as good as the apples on tho top of tho barrel and a silk handkerchief was not half cot- Â¬ ton and a man who woro a five dollar coat paid for was more honored than a man who wore a fifl3 dollnr coat not paid for Moloch down Jugger THE LONGEST SWIM Steady rail or Hevontcon Mile on a Chilly October Kvnntriff The longest swim ever mnde without the aid of artificial help such as lifo preservers life suits etc was mado by Samuel Brock a Yarmouth Kng bcachmnn on the night of October 14 1835 On tho afternoon of tho 14th Brock had noticed a ship at sen signal Â¬ ing for a pilot He in company with nine other senmen started for tho ves- Â¬ sel in tho 3awi Increase At 4 oclock they came up ulongside tho ship which proved to be the Spanish brig Paquctto do Bilboa A pilot and three beach men were put on board and the Increase then headed for shore which was twelve miles distant At OiiJO oclock when the nearest land was still six miles off A This temple of which I speak stands open day and night nnd there is the glittering god with his four feet on broken hearts and there is the smoking lost altar of sacrifice new victims every mo ho It is this temptation to borrow and borrowuud borrow that keeps tho peo- Â¬ plo everlastingly praying to tho golden calf for help and just at the minute they expect the help tho golden calf treads on them Tho judments of God like Moses in tho text will rush In and break up this worship nnd I say let the work go on until every man shall learn to speak truth with his neighbor and those who shall mako engagements shall feel themselves bound to keep them and when a man who will not repent of his business lniquit3 but goes on wishing to satiato his cnnnlhal appetite by devouring widows houses shall by tho law of the land bo compell- Â¬ ed to oxchango his mansion for Sing Sing Let tho golden calf perish But my friends if wo have mado this world our god when wo come to die wo will see our idol demolished How much of this world aro you going to take with you into the next Will you havo two pockets ono in each sldo of your shroud Will you cushion your cofiln with bonds and mortgages Bnd Ah no Tho s ah Yankee Blade certificates of stock crosses tills Jordan ferry boat that Nothing keeps a stingy man from takes no baggage nothing heavier than stealing but the risk of the thing a spirit You may perhaps tako f500 in the Ram lloro with you two or three tallt The golden calf of our da3s liko the one of the text is very apt to be made out of borrowed gold These Israelites of tho text borrowed the ear rings of the Eg3ptians and then melted them into a god That is the way the golden calf is made nowadays A great man3 housekeepers not pa3ing for the arti- Â¬ cles thc3 get borrow of tho grocer and tho baker and the butcher and tho dry goods seller Then the retailer bor- Â¬ rows of the wholesale dealer Then the wholesale dealer borrows of tho capitalist and we borrow and borrow and borrow until the community is di Â¬ classes those two vided into who borrow nnd thoso who are and after a while borrowed of wants Ins 11101103 the capitalist and ho rushes upon the wholesale deal- Â¬ er and the wholesale dealer wants ills money and he rushes upon the retailer and tho retailer wants his money and ho rushes upon the consumer and wo all go down together There is many a man in this day who rides in a carriage and owes the black smith for the tire and the wheelwright for tho wheel and the trimmer for the curtain and tho driver for unpaid wages and tho harness maker for the bridle and tho furrior for tho robe while from tho tip of tho carringo tongue clear back to tho tip of tho shawl fluttering out of tho back of the vehicle everything is paid for by notes that havo been three times renewed Â¬ Louis Republic Th Mount WitahlnEtnn Konrch Light The top of a mountain 1330 fcot above nca level stems at first night a curious location at which to install an electric search light and it will be ad Â¬ mitted that few men would ever havo conceived the idea of making the ex- Â¬ periment To Mr L H Rogers must be attributed the honor of first suggest Â¬ ing that a search light would be an at- Â¬ traction on the top of Mount Washing Â¬ ton and that it could be operated sucMount Washington as is cessful well known is tho highest mountain in tho states east of the Rockies and north of the Caroliuas and belongs to the White Mountain range in New Hamp- Â¬ shire Large numbers of people visit theso mountains every summer and beautiful littlo towns nnd large hotels ncstlo in tho surrounding valleys Scientific American How a Yankee Answers a Question Do you want Housewife to tramp something to eat Yankco Dick the Rover with an apprehcnslvo glnnce to- Â¬ Havo you any ward tho wood pile wood to saw Yankco Blade All Right In tho chair I say barber is your razor in a good condiHarbor Well It ought to be tion sah I haint been to anypahty lately Â¬ Â¬ a squall sunk the Increase and drowned all on board except Brock From tho wa that flood tide was beating off shore it soon became evident to tho man in tho water that if hn overdid manage to reach the land alive he would havo to swim about fifteen miles in a round Â¬ A swell sea drove him out about wa3 over Cross sand ridge before the U oclock bell tolled at St Nicholas Gate and it was a long two hours and a half later before tho nearly exhausted swimmer caught sight of tho bell and light buoys themselves It was now nearly mid Â¬ night and Brock had been in tho chilly water about flvo hours Within tho next hour he sighted a vessel at anchor nnd by an almost superhuman effort managed to get within about two hun dred yards when he hailed tho lookout A boat was immediately lowered and the half drowned man taken on board Tho vessel proved to bo tho Botsy of Sunderland and her place of nnchorngo about sixteen nnd three fourth miles from whero tho Increase capsized Thus it was proven thnt Brock had made the remarkable distance of nearly seventeen miles in seven nnd a half hours on that chilly October night St rioters with her kodak Mrs Rundell Charles nuthorof tho Sclumberg Cottn Family lives In u prott3 cottngo near Hampstend Heath London She is very plensant nnd cheerful in manner and is tho posses Â¬ sor of a goodly fund of shrewd humor At present thero in a prospect that sho may return to her writing of fiction Sho has just finished compiling a series of small devotional works A curious book iu which tho text is neither written nor printed but woven has lately been published in Lyons It is made of silk and was published In twenty ilvo parts Fnoh part consists of two loaves so that tho entire volume onh contains fifty leaves inscribed with tho service of the mass nnd several prayers Both tho lottern nnd the borders are in black silk on a white background Bonn 1113 Price nnco had a chanco talk of some length with Tennyson in a public conveyance In Memorlam proving the subject of most of it When it been mo nccessar3 for them to pnrt tho poet took tho professor by tho hand affectionately and said Who are you 1 must know who you aro But Bonamy Price said No Im uo body and the story is so told as to in Â¬ dicate that he did not reveal himself Mrs Frances Hodgson Burnett wrote a letter to a Loudon boys club in which she says I used to say to my own two boys Yon are liko the block of marble which is to be mado Into 11 htatue You yourselves aro the sculp- Â¬ tors It depends upon 3011 whether you chisel it into a llguro which Ih beautiful and noblu or one thnt is dis Â¬ torted and base Kvory ungenerous net every hurtful word every unmanly thought Is a false stroke of tho chisel and mars the statue The marquise de Blocquovillo who died a fowdnys ago in Purls was form Â¬ erly ono of the tmost beautiful women of her time and liko most French beau Â¬ ties had considerable political influence Tho marquise was a great favorite at tho court of Louis Philippe and was the intimate friend of Queen Amelia and the duchess of Orleans In early womanhood her features were of tho perfect Greek t3pe her vyn and hair a brilliant black FuthusinKtic writers of Louis Philippes I113 described hor figure as divine nnd her gait and car Â¬ riage as those of a goddess She was a handsome woman ut tho timo of hor death HUMOROUS Imaginative Writer Why do call him un imaginative writer Ive heard him speak about tho prices ho gets for his articles Dcmorcsts Magazine It was in tho School of Design Professor What you havo just drawn there looks moro like a cow than a Pupil Bos Â¬ horse It ton cow sir ton Courier John heres a long red hair on your arm and your sleeve is ripped too Yes dear I put tho hair on thero myself so that youd notice tho An 3011 coolness 13 cnlmly photographing tho a soldiers daughter displayed her tear Judy Keeley institute tho other day You are not a drunkard aro you uncle asked the doctor in somo surprise scanning the tiny looking old fellow No Bah I nebbcr took no mo old Ken- Â¬ tucky than would make me feol good but Ise tired of being pe so long an I thought raabbe yod give an old man at few of dem gold shots so Id feel rich- Â¬ er an den lowerlag his voiee Pse goÂ¬ ing to be a deacon ob de church an wants to get rid of dls yer eklekea habit St Louis Republic Harpers Bazar you have got u wife said Jones to a newly married mun Dont know dont know replied tho mun sometimes I with evident hesitation think Ive got her and sometimes I think shes got me You see Ive bcctn married only a few months and I cant tell just yet how tho combination is going to turn out Did She waiting irt the hall Ho excited you se father Gcorgo I did but I must go Good bye ly She Whats tho matter Stop and tell me all You nuked him for my He taking hand What did ho say out his wit toh nnd glancing at it Ho gave mo just two minutes to gel out of the house N Y Press old darky called at the local An mo So Papa can I smoke asked Hul Oh no 013 boy You aro too little to Btnoko Dont see wh3 said Hal I saw a hot potato sinnkln to day and it was llttlern WWJ ksGtf to AA AA1B5I wK Host BPENOEROOOPER of tlovulopiiioiit would of Dolnwnro or J Randolph Tuck Â¬ dcinonslrnK iliut tlu mouutuiiu of er of Virginia Set rotary of iiriculltiro CjmrlcH KHtcrn Kentucky is worth morn in JIIoiHM of iMiHsouvi or William - - - Editor miiKMnl ami tiinbur wunltli limn il Match of MiHBouri It ii A uHtfADH I IIPN PA I NT MADE S IEADY n thoroforo do all that is possible to socuro this appropriation but at tho same time they should throw around tho appropriation such safe guards as will insuro a full sharo of tho expenditure to an exhibit of Eastorn Kontuckys resources An exhibit of our resources at Chicago noxtyoar would incito investment and immigration to tho mountains of Kontucky soon inhabit our hills 3y all moans gontlomon vote tho appropriation and give our end of tho stato ii show J Ion M Lisle of Clark county IS THE BEST nuoiiilv tlfchwl fr iMinirrrMS from Thk lhormomelr nintereil 25 a majority of tho touth jriogww Mow zero at Fortius FiiIIh L200 willdistrict by the youngest be one of Minn on Sunday night and from inembors of tho lower house lie 2 to 2 1 degrees bolow was not un was born on Four Mile creek in Pinchem precinct Clark county UHitalthroughout the northwest o Ky September 23 180l attended o o The Best is the Cheapest GREEN KY HAZEL Gov BrcnANAN of Tennessee on common schools and worked on a nuvrriltMfF Dec 30 1892 Saturday pardoned twenty five con Â¬ farm until he was seventeen years r Friday of age after which ho attended the tlic best Taint that can be mado victs out of the Nashville peniten Â¬ city schools of Winchester attend Â¬ It is not ji Patent Taint but CURRENT NEWS AND COMMENT tiary but Henry Clay King ed Kentucky University from 1881 by an experiemlcd Practical Painter with the assistance of It is guaran- Â¬ The Konluoky logialaturo should Postons murdoror was not among to 188 1 and then Columbia Col the latest improved and powerful machinery lego law school from 18S5 to 1887 Will cover one half more space at onco onact a bill donating 100 tho luckv ones o was editor and proprietor of tho teed to give satisfaction o o 000 towards an exhibition of the Sent freight paid for oil mixed by hand C IUXtox the pension agent Winchester Democrat from 1887 to than lead and minoral and timber intorosts of our 1889 was elected county judgo of Sr0ne reliable dealer wanted in each 150 per gallon state To bo niggardly in tho mat recontly fined 500 by Judgo Barr Jlark county in August 1890 was Â¬ Send for color cards etc to tor now is suicidal to development in tho United States court at Cov- married in April 1887 to Miss town Lizzie and especially is this the case with ington preferred a ten days incar- Â¬ county Buckner Bean of Clark Lion Paint and Color Works LEXINGTON KY Ken t uoky Register ceration to paying the fine and is rogard to Eastern Kontucky Other I SPEKCER COOPER Agent Hnzel CJ recti KySJ now doing time in tho Covington soctions of tho stato have time and FLOYD DAY DAY again had stato aid in various ways bastile o Weekly Courier- - JuurnaL J TAYLOR o o Capitalists have thus been attyaot The Herald is in possession of HKNltY WATTKltSON Editor od and development progressed CO some awfully encouraging railroad But Eastorn Kontucky has so far news for the people hereabout but Best Democratic Paper Published boon kopt in tho background by will Wholesale and Uetail Dealers in OMV SI OO A viau not make it public for some- Â¬ thoso moro favored soctions and as time Watch those columns and Mest Condensed News IJest Stories ji consequonco is comparatively un Â¬ as soon as we securo u few moro Best Miseellnny known Our representatives should pointers ffflSBfo Hest Womens Page well sorve em to you hot o O all Ihf HLato beside L n mil sv mm jmmvj lfM 0 r nr I J I J T MI k m J fts Win o o o HAS TILE 3SS CTA Two counterfeiters Joe and Fred pondents Department Hest Kditorials Reynolds were arrested at Joplin mvnv valuable premium Mo and a quantity of spurious It sIvdh fir thuii IaiKst club received day coin dollars and halves found upon Sample copies of the Weekly Courier Journal will be sent free to any address their persons Their shanty was Write to raided and tho dies and tools cap Â¬ COURIER JOURNAL GO Louisville Ky tured They had usod tho queor -- quite freely in that section tiik zr o o o IJest Childrens Depart ment Hest Answers to Corres Â¬ Â¬ f HAZUL GKEBN KY Largest Stock and Lowest Prices of anv house in Eastern Ken- tueky Live Stock Saw Logs School Claims and Country Pro duce taken in exchange for goods or on notes and accounts Capt Jamks BiiACKnunx is an ap Â¬ plicant for tho position of internal rovonuo collector in tho seventh district and all good Domocratsof tho mountain counties will with us ondorso him for tho place In time of need ho is ono man from tho bluo grass that wo can always count on and romomboring tho roadi nosswith which ho responds moun Â¬ tain Democrats aro for him to a man Lot Jim Blackburn have tho placo by all means for tho laborer is worthy his hire and Jim Black Â¬ burn has made moro sacrifices for Domocratic success than any Demi I ocrat in tho seventh district o o o o o o The Kontucky legislature should AND at least bo consistent It spends valuablo time in reducing tho sala- Â¬ The WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL ry of a pago that it may appear as will he sent one year to any address for and upon tho hoels of it votes itself a salary for Address sorvices not rondored Such con Â¬ tf sistency puts to shame tho crown jowol o o o Hazel Green Herald GREEN HTJFFAKER LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Hazel Green Ky May tities CO 10 1892 Wholesale Boots and Shoes To the Trade of Eastern Kentucky Contiguous to Hazel Green a model of economy SlESCKR COOlKK Hazel Green Ky A HARLAN STAMPER Attoknky-at-La- w We have this day completed arrangements with the above named firm and will handle their goods in large quanÂ¬ business entrusted that no de Â¬ adjoining counties Allprompt attention to our care will receive duction in pay should result from We are prepared at any and all times to furnish these goods ftbsontoeism Whon tho law makors in any and every quality size and price All we ask is a thus defraud and rob tho tax payor trial Respectfully c what may we not oxpect from tho IIAZKL Q KEEN KY officials solectod to enforce tho law Represented by ED GREKX Hazel Green Ky Are the onlv firm in the town which han Tho sequence to steal would not bo dles the jufctly celebrated The legislature voted itsolf a holiday from Doc 2tf 1892 to Tan CAMPTON KY Will praetice in the courts of Wolfe and the 2 189o and voted also We especially invite an inspection by the merchants as we are prepared to duplicate any and all prices quoted in Louisville Cincinnati or Knoxville Merchants can buy these goods almost at their doors and save large freight bills Rose 2 Jones s troni the wholesale house of J J DAY CO Â¬ unnatural o o o The Live Stock Uooord the old Â¬ Tho Courier Journal of Saturday says Tn order to got away on the 933 train yesterday morning tho Boots and Shoes C PORTSMOUTH OHIO rOWlitn you want the 11KST footwear give them a call uo4ly fCHEBAXVII N i P Tracy Co AT THE CIFBWllfffl est horso paper in Kentucky and ono of tho best in the country on Saturday issued its holiday num bor which is a beauty Tho front page is dono in colors and contains ft picturo ofa modol race horso while tho inside is ombellished with tho picturos of many prominent raco horses and repleto with infor Â¬ mation about Iho stock farms of that soction Every man interest Â¬ ed in tho brooding of fine stock should bo a subscriber to this valu Â¬ able papor Addross tho publish Â¬ ers Lexington Ky and got sample copios and tonus o o o memborsof thehouseat Frankfort which stood adjournod from Thurs Â¬ day to meet at 10 oclock Friday met shortly after breakfast turned up tho hands of tho house clock till they rested at tho jjour of 10 received a message from tho gov Â¬ ernor and adjourned for the holi- Â¬ day season in ample timo for tho train It is hardly necessary to add that this is not tho first time tho legislature has commited vio- Â¬ lence upon old Father Time o o o Ewetistt Cfe No 12 W Short St mmm Lexington Ky 1892 ONE DOLLAR EVERY HOUR iteTszzarkj 4S iuiio Regular Moals 2o Cents Meals to Order at All Hour Breakfast from 5 A si to 9 A m Dinner from 10 a m to 8 l jf Supper from 0 r M to 9 I M Ovsters Lnnh Frios Kisli Pliinbiuiu mwl DnulL Hum omnuliv N from r a m to V p m J QUS LUICART Proorietor boon busy for some time in preparing a cabi Politicians who have East from JInzol Greon and not over If toon milos away lies a body of cannol coftl greater in quantity than all in tjio world bosido and tho quality is not equaled upon tho habitablo globe Wo refer to the cannol coal fields on Caney which ombraco thousands of acres in ex- Â¬ tent Can we atYord therefore to miss an exhibit at Chicagos worlds fair in 1898 Nay verily o O not for President Cleveland give out the following as the result of thoir labors If Mr Cleveland will pardon the suggestion sup Â¬ posing of course that the slato as made up hero is his choice we think ho has mado a mistake in not making Mr Carlisle his secre- Â¬ tary of stato However if it suits tho prosident olect wo havo noth- Â¬ ing more to say But hero is tho is ctnlly carniil by nnv one of oitlier hi x In any jmrt of tin-- country who U ullllui to work Indus trlously ui tlit uiuplox miiit wliu li ui furiiUli The labor U light ami lruant anil von run no risk whatever Wo lit you out cmimkte so that 14 ynu can jiivc tho biHiucut n trial w Ithuut Twentysovon Profehsors ami Instructors Kiqht Courses of Stmlv hs follows Apri to xourielf For thost- - wIlIluRto tlo n little work tills i tho Rraiulott oiler muU You can ork eulture feeitntifie Hiological Civil Knuiiieuring Moeliauieal KiiRiuceriiij Vi teriiuiry all day or In tho i vciiIiik only If ou aro tin I lussicnl ornmI School County ajuiojntees received tree of tuition Hoard in dormi plo oti uml have n fow Hpareliqur nt your ill tories 5200 per week in private families SUO to 400 For eatalogues apply to JKnl utlliic thuiu ami mid to our Income our buviuosR will not Intorferu lit all You will J AS K PATTERSON Ph P Lexington Ky tio amaxoil on the start at tho rapidity and rac by which ou immM dollar upon dollarMuy In ami tiny out Kvin boKinnvri aro uccontul fropi the tlrn hour Any ono can run tho businc -- uouo fail You should try nothing oNo until Ou oe for yourolf what you can do at tho butlnos 113 116 W which wo oilVr Vo capital ritkod Women are O grand worker nowaday they make a much a men They nhould trv thU busliiiii as it l to well adHptoii to them Write at once uud see for jourieir Addresi II 1IAIIKTT CO tfwtfmtosWOPENS SEPTEMBER Â¬ FEDBR7rSILBEilBERG Third Street F COT CINCINNATI liox 80 rortlaml Mc Represented by M BRINKLEV FIRST OLASS JOB PRINTING slato sugkeyeTILC tje inflYTOWjc OINTMENTf No Bids Offered lABLERSDII C save money At this offlce nt secoml class rates Jive us n call when vou want printing nnd KiFrKBwn Any and everybody wo have doiie workfor in the past- will 1 1 1 co 0 Hardin formerly a rosidont of Louisville is under sur voilanco in that city for robbing A Charles an oxpros3 package of B5000 that Ws on routo to Galveston Toxas but his nccusors havo so far failod to establish his guilt or ovon find V criminating ovidonce Monntimo the missing money is not found wd tho atenl is shrouded in mys Â¬ tery mont sombre robo Socrotary of stato Edward J Pholps of Vermont Socrotary of tho troasury John CURES WOTHIHO BUT PILES G Carlislo of Kontucky Socrotary of tho navy Daniel S A SURE and CERTAIN CURE Lamont of Now York known for IS years as the BEST REMEDY FOR PILES Socrotary of war Patrick A trtHrt hj mcmtSU3TmOK illtB CO STMCI8 Collins ofMussachusotts Postmaster gonornl Isaac Pusoy R J F LOCK HART Gray of Indiana Socrotary of tho intorirr Chiof Justico Pinnoy of Wisconsin or IRI 119k ml B William R Morrison of Illinois Attorney gonornl Georgo Gray EZEL KY ftc Iliiiilm finiiutltillit nun Kiniiiiih vwiiiiuiiiiv iiing nu uS i work at the lowest prices Special accommodations for customers from a distance Without detriment to our home trade Fasinai Dlfi55ina I am now prepared to cut fit and inak dresses and other ptrinents in the IfM style Satisfaction Rininintced and reasonahle Also teach the art of cuttlis unci fitting h- - fluiri Ilespect fully Ire MKS 1 N HA for Bad Rolls COMIW HOUSE We do not make them and have no demand for them in our trade THE MAYTOWN MILL CO CAMPTON KV S S COM US IRoiuiiirroR 1 D Jel7tf W MAKKEU Manager Wi W The patronage or tin- - traveling respectfully solicited Tulilu the hot evi ry attention to the comfort of guest lic 1CXB 1 JOB PRINTING NEATLYATCHEAPLY anil PUOMlTLY 0UTK1 THR OFFICE 8cm vour order wt v nr v StaoN ADVEIITISINO KATKS TltANHIKNT vrfverlNciiieiits inserted lor less tlinn 3 Wliitli8 will le 75 cents an Inch lor the tlrst insertion tiutl 25 cents an hush for each sub sequent MORGAN COUNTY Wolfe County Poplt in Brwitiitt house taught by Richmond Do E C Jouoi of LaneWolfe county usk closod on Friday tho 28rd EzefETolttioni KKL Dec 20 Wo had n splen- Â¬ was at court Monday mingling with jnst and Richmond will matricu Â¬ Capt Win h late at tho academy next Monday did Christmas tree and all passed his old friends Hurst tells ua that his oldest son nd tako tho teachers course off joyful and nice also a lunch -- TllO Kelmnl nt 11 1 Pw1 1 A VALUABLE FARM Insertion STASDtSU ADVKKTI8KMKST8 Inch 12 3 Inches 3 Inches 4 inches 3 Irichcs 6 Inches 1 months 50 12 50 15 00 7 - 18 73 22 00 he is just now offer- Â¬ Mrs Nancy Kingo who a few ing a splendid lino of Christmas lavs since irave birth to twin ba and holiday goods and if you need bies has been dangerously ill but anvthimi of tho kind it will nav you to writo to him or call when in is now reported better Mrs Lou Day totfk- - advantage of Willie Gevedon of West Liberty the cold snap and tilled her ice Â¬ pased through the city this week house with the frozen fluid for en route to Lexington to attend summer consu nipt ion Miqs Clara Pieratt one school Miss Carrie Cope and Walter S of tho prettiest young ladies in Day of Breathitt county attended Eastern Kentucky is visiting the Daniel the Mcliin Day nuptials at this family of J G Trimble evening last James nnd wife of Rushtou 111 place Thursday were in he city this week visiting Arberry Brooks was out Sunday Mr James sister Mrs John L Ste Â¬ for tno first time in many weeks phens Theytloft yesterday for lie has had a long and tedious Hazel Green to visit relatives spell of inflammatory rheumatism Sentinel Democrat Dec 28 Thk JIkuald extends now vears Are you going to requiro any greeting to its host of friends and kind of candies for Xmas If so patrons and wishes them one and give Wolfe a trial Candies as low all a year of peace pleasure and as the lowest from lot to 75t- per profit pound If you are going to visit Candidates for county office can Lexington be sure and call and in Â¬ plaeo thoir announcements in Thk spect our stock All are welcome JIkrald for only 8 cash in ad- Â¬ Vo also handle a comploto lino of vance And now is the time to fancy boxes novelties Christmas Bread and cakes tree ornaments announce 29 E Main street baked each day All outstanding notes and ac Â¬ Lexingt m Ky Mail orders recoivo counts must be paid by January prompt attention 1893 or wo will bo compelled to Mr Goodpaster of the firm of bring suit on the same Stamper of Grassy Goodpaster H F Pjikatt Co county is reported to have Morgan Married Deo uutn m the resi Â¬ soldin the MtSterliim market on dence of John Hampton father of last court day 275 head of stock the bride on Lacy creek George hogs that averaged 100 o tnds or Huber and Miss Orlena Hampton more and is said to have netted H Elder J T Pieratt officiating per pound for the lot Ho was for two weeks buying these hogs and In the hurry of putting our pa Â¬ the neat sum of 275 is certainly a per to press last week James Rich- Â¬ handsome salary for the service mond was named as an attendant We wish it wenpossible to report upon the groom in tho McLin Day that every man in tho mountains wedding Instead it should have had done as well read Walter Day Mr Richmond who is a personal friend of the At the annual election of officers A groom was present as a spectator of Mizpah Lolge No 507 F Dec M held on St Johns day When you go to Lexington get 27th tho following officers wero your mealH at the English Kitchen elected for tho ensuing year 12 W Short street Gus Luigart John 11 Pieratt W M 1 Mr and Mrs J T Dnv set sumptuous supper on tho occasion oi i no marriage ot thoir daughter Bom To tlio wifo of W Lillio to Mr McLin to which a few Jlingo Sunday Doc 12otli twins of the immediate friends of the a boy and girl family wore invited The table groaned under its weight of good Your account is duo Please pay things and the guests will keep to day as wo newl it the event green in thoir memory F Pi Rii att Co II for a long time Sovcral now scholars will arrive The weekly Courier Journal and this wook to enter Hazel Green Tin- JIkkaIiI will both bo sont to academy on Monday morning any address one year for only 175 Soo advertisement of a valuable and now is tho time to subscribe If you Could any man want more for so farm for sale in this tesuu want a nice home cheap now is little Just think of itl Two of the best papers in the state for only your chance MrswTj Wallis has the thanks 1751 It is not often that you can got such a combination ami of the editor and his better- - for a you should at onco avail of it moss each of some nice hog sowse and sausage Otis W Snyder tho Lexington jeweler has tin advertisement in Mrs W J Wallis has been for this issue to which your sometime suffering with a carbun is directed In addition attention to a full olo on her neck but is at present line of spectacles silverware much improved Address - -- 5 00 SPHSCEK COOPKH naei ureen Ky The news reached hero Thursday that Mrs Sally wife of tho black- Â¬ smith who recently leased Frank iylorfl shop had died at Hazard in Perry county a few days before and Mr Sally at onco loft for that place Ho has tho sympathv of the pooplo of this community in his sad affliction t - supper for tho benefit of the church which was profitably enjoyed and arrangements aro being made for another of tho samo kind and for tho samo purposo on now years ovo at 0 oclock p m W A Williams ono of Johnson eountyB sad Republicans was in town a fow days ago Ho says it is reported in that locality that Cleveland is going to contest tho election to learn if possible why ho did not carry all the states Mrs Gilliann Pieratt who has boon in poor health for sometime had a sinking spell last week and it was thought sho was gone but sho revived though sho is still in a precarious condition Tira W Goad of whom we made mention recently gradually grew worse and last week was adjudged insane and sent to tho asylum Buford and Borry Pieratt are at homo from college for the holidays Julius is recovering from a very As agent of tho owner I oftlsr iifor mI At private contract a valuable fa mi In Morgan severe attack of linoumoiiia Floyd Flotchor and Mary Bello Hol- Â¬ county Ky containing land wore married tho 11th at tho 108 Acres More ok Iess i r FOB SALE leading from father on Holly creek Wolfo coun- Â¬ Green on the roadLiberty ami ia liethsalamWest only ty Miss Itiiiio Taulboo of Hazol church to from the church bulldiHjr one- Adinlf mileGroon tho charming daughter of oining the place ia the public school build- ng for district There Dr J A Taulboo is visiting rela- Â¬ dwelling the the place in good is a 3 room on repair and a tives and frionds in Jackson A good burn 30x40 feet painful accident occurred atllonry Sixty acres of the land ia cleared and the remainder covered with Wallin8 Saturday evening His Oak Tine Poplar etc n virgin forest of little four year old boy Edgar was There is a splendid well of water and a fine loft in tho room to watch tho baby young orchard of 00 bearimr applo trees on whilo Mrs Wallin wont into an the place will buy tho place 100 in cash 01 adjoining room and whilo lighting tj 1 rl mid balance in ono nnd two year fl per cent notes some pieces of paper in tho grate with coual furthernt particulars well secured uddrcsi Lr or his clothes caught fire His mother SlKNCKR COOPKll - homo of Cophafl Holiandtho brides This farm is located 6 miles fast of Hazel Blukt OLD THINGS DONE AWAY Our New System of Business To my friends and patrons As plat-ed-wa- ro etc that city I am determined to wind up my business I tako this mothod of in Â¬ forming you of my intention On and after January 1st IS98 my books will be closed and 1 will not 1 sell any more goods on time expect however to keep a first class stock of goods which by sell- Â¬ ing for cash or phodpck can sell you much cheaper than heretofore and as soon as i dispose of all out Â¬ standing dets I expect to quit the goods business at this place Respectfully c 1 JM Pikkatt LEE COUNTY ia n From tho fact that Monbars stake winner over seven hundred and fifty other noiaiimtiotiH it would seem that whoever the fortunate purchaser may be at the Woodard sale in Lexing ton on January 9th will secure a great prize In our opinion Monbaro as a live year old if nothing happens to him between now and then will show a stal- Â¬ lion record that will surprise the horse men from Maine to California His sire Kaglo Bird 221 was n very great stake winner as a two three and four year old Mr Don J Leathers of Grand Rapida one of the owners of the above stallion writes under date of Doc lUh as I have ued Quinns Ointment follows and can safely say that it is ono of the best remedies forsplints curbs bunches and other blemishes that I have ever tried This is the universal expression of the highest class of horsemen through out the United State Send 20 cents silver or stamps for trial box Regular size 150 delivered Address W It Co Whitehall N Y unless Eddy you can obtain from your druggist For sale bv Rose Jones Â¬ Â¬ heard his screams and rushed in and succeeded in smothering tho flames His nock and chin aro badly burned but he is doing woll and will recover Jackson Hustler Tho Unbeaten Monbars d30tf i llJ llnxcl Green Ky HazeiGreenHcaaemy i Flic School resumes work on Hay that Januani VU1IUUIU 21 M lo Â¬ uary 23 rd Our departments arc all complete Our Teachers Course is tho best in East- Â¬ ern Kentucky Our HiiMiness Course is tho best to bo found outside ot regular business colleges and the rates of tuition arc much lest only 2 per month and you can take any other btudUH vou may desire without extra cost Hoarding at tho Academy Homo 2 per week Many new pupils will unroll then and is the best time to enter ns the ditily not waft schedule will bo chniired until the beginning of the third term Jan- Tuition Music hbon 2 per month instrumental t- COc vocal 2fc u WM H CORD -- Principal a fl w tcSv FWEifl jtfC Â¬ W0J iiUHsrirnii tn W -- 5 a g c ir a H til A z r a v St Helens Sayings and Arose Roberts had a difficulty in last week over a settlement which tho former shot the latter through tho thigh inflicting a painful though not dangerous wound Miss Lizzie McCune of Winches Â¬ ter has been employed to teach Sho a winter school at this place a school at Hope- Â¬ has just finished Sho comes well well this county St IIkiuxs Dec 25 Jake Toler WM B LOGAN Druggist anh BooHr HfcOKCaif ft Aires h a I t zs WINCH KSTKlt KY Mail orders promptly attended to and your patronage is desired Call when in d23tim the city recommended Mrs Bello llieronymus spent Christmas with her parents Mr and Mrs J A Adams at Lexington Miss Mollie llieronymus of Gray bend accompanied her Dr A M Arnold C T Snow don and Roland Walton went wild cat hunting last week at Gray bond and tho result of thoir expedition was field larks HOLIDAY GOODS iiii v IF i I I I i i i i I I i i 1 J I I ROSE 3 JONES HAZEIi OKKKN t KY o o Ss3 Je Aru now receiving the finest linn of Christmas nnd holiday When you not ready for O uoods ever seen in this section anything of the kind and thi time is right now remember o that Knsc Jones of Hazel Green is headipiartcrs for - Letcher Snowden wife and baby visited tho family of F W Beatty Louisville during the Xmas holi- Â¬ days Miss Lou McGuiro has been at Lexington during tho past wok under treatment for her throat D B Hobbs spent ChrUtmas with his best girl in Wolfe Eli Kash of Stillwater npent Christmas in our midst Lohkxa A New I 1 I I I I I 1 I I I I I I GHRSSTMAS AND HOLIDAY IIII GOODS 1880 1810 1891 Ilk SHERIFFS SALE FOR TAXES Ilv 1802 I virtue of taxes due the Sheriff of Wolfe county for the years or one of my deputies will on and MONDAY JANUARY 2d 1893 Years Greeting the proprietor will give you more to oat that is good for a small price than arty man in Kentucky and ho will treat you nicely besido IC erybody in this section eats with tius when in that city Misses Lulu Kash and Linney Combs bridesmaids accompanied Mr McLin and bride to Rose Hill thoir Virginia homo and our citi- Â¬ zens neod not be surprised to hear J M A M Ingran S W Nickell J W - another woldingsoon after their return nmvbn rwn of ih mi Wal ter Day and Blair McLin are both in tho matrimonial market to cap Â¬ ture prizes and now is thoir time or thoy must forevor after hold of j thoin peace Sam Salyers county attorney of Morgan county and one of tho brightest lawyers of Eastern Ken Â¬ tucky was in tho city yesterday S and J T Watts sheriff of Knott county were in tho city yaterdav Whilo hero they purchased of It K Perry a largo heater and other appliances for the now court house just finished at Hazard Win- Â¬ chester Democrat Dec 21 J Killgore county attorney J T DavTreas F N Day SecyJohn Ward S D J W Tau bee J D J W Cravens Stowanlg J II Sebastian John II Rose Tyler J T Pieratt Chap Died At her residence on Caney Morgan c ninty Dec 25 1892 Mrs Margaret Sebastian aged SO years Aunt Peggy as she was lovingly called by thoso who knew her was nlwavs it friend in sickness and it not is estimated that she dressed her less than 500 infants during a member of tho life She was Baptist church for fifty years andÂ¬ died in that faith full of the prom- a ise of tho Master She won left widow twenty five years ago but bv diliuenco and induMry raised a her faniilvof fivochildren toman Â¬ honored citiand womans estate as a host zens and these together with grand- Â¬ of urandehildron and great hor children she loaves to mourn death 1 To my many friends and custo Â¬ mers In extending to you my new years greeting I wish to thank you for tho kind favors you have bo stowed on mo in tho past and to ask a continuance of tho same for the future I shall continue in tho future as in tho past to constantly keep on hand a woll selected and M and 3 oclock l M at the Court House door in between the hours of 10 oclock Cuiuptnu Wolfe coiiutv Kv it being county court day expose to public sale to tho highest bidder for cash in baud the following property or so munh thcreot as may bu necessary to satisfy the amount of the taxes due as aforesaid and cosU to wit NAMK Aer ADJOINS YKAH8 118 MT Ti lloyd Martha of col Hrewrr Jeremiah Iliisli Ambrose cxrs Itunkf James Camuhel William Chambers W H Chnmliers J I 118 Aeirs Puss Hush Sewell H McKinlc 100 H C Campbell PJfl am Swanjo 30 London Cox 80 Il Jl JjIIIJv t tt 02 02 1802 1802 1801 and 02 1802 1800 1880 01 30 and full lino ot goneral merchandise and by giving you good goods at the right price to bo able to merit a liberal share of your patronage and build up a still larger trade in which a small por cent will ag- Â¬ gregate a largo profit Yours verv respectfully W T Caskky rlkhorn Coking l oiey Conl Co tit Fallen Oscar Harvey Mart nn Hensleys Heirs Kelley Dorcas 1 1 Jr l it t W H Oliainbers J 11 Hush 20 Tlmmns Crnueh 12i l Jl iinos 107 10T 80 00 01 10 08 15 3 30 18 20 10 31 17 71 jlortou James William 100 William Campbell r raucis efl t ioni rytunin ltt p lo in a your wifo daughter sister broth Â¬ er cousin or aunt or any of your relatives call on Kred J Jluintx Last Call and Fair Warning Please bear in mind that after January 1st 1893 our books will be closed and we hope no ono will ask for credit as wo aro deter- Â¬ mined to do a strictly cash busi- Â¬ Please drop in and settle ness that little note or account you owe us Respectfully H F Pikmatt it Co If you want a nice pro ent for McDuuiel John M Mctherly Thomas Osborn William Osbprn Nancy Little Harrison Jr ro Stephen Swnngo It Little lV 1 110 If t I 10 M C 11111 Hpenccr 1802 8000 01 02 1800 01 02 1800 01 02 1802 balance 1801 1602 1801 nnd 02 in ri 2f 11 04 12 18 10 41 7 85 a 33 4 14 80 It 13 1 1 Jnnb Pence II Irani Hwano 110 V ti aisey 1 1 ijlllltjtttf iiiiev 00balOrP2 j- 1050 4 8 14 3 4 24 18021 03 03 21 15 mi ontl II in II Ol wm II 1800 01 bill 1801 02 1802 1802 01 02 01 02 Pratt Oliver W M Potter I K Ponders Ijiwrencc Persjram Caroline Hobhins Thurston Robinson Surah Hwlnime Martha A Smith Dilbird Hherninn Martha ItiiiKo Arhcrrv Little 3750 T II Ledford tio fin V i WW Snencer 1200 20 Thomas Crouch t lot In Ifftzcl Green 12r Man A Johnson 8 71 4 100 Iuln 0 71 77 32 42 14 80P0 8000 m Jessee McPherson j Spencer James Tfnimliia It P 11 too J Spenwr lonItitiiNOM Drnke Chnrlntte Drake White Henry Madden A iiorFoti ln2 1802 800001 02i 74 80 28 30 13 7 15 13 41 10 14 n i 01 70 tMtt ICOl nirOO and 01 01 lftl 5 1800 1800 lfii3 v 02 1882 1880 1800 44 47 13 81 4 07 4 07 Tutt James T lOOAndv Dunn Wllllflins Nancv Williams Leslie 40W 40 V Whiiman C i 2Ainniidn C 11 lnh Xi M and 02 C HANKS Sheriff Wolfo County K 1i wmie 52 YfwrrT jrwfTr r Hazel Green Herald i 8NCElt OOOrktt IIAEL GREEN PuWltHerf5 KY i - UNDER THE DAISIES Under thf ilnlttlcs they loin my hoart Flowers ntiovu bo cold ground under loi0i linlh no power true lovo topirt AnifcoiiUl tear our hearts anumler DiilufcM ami violotn pudnnd bloom Ami tfiu sun UInmu thont a they grow Hut mv hcurt rests In the tnosA Krown tomb Forcvr with the heart that It loves bo Jt O ililMeH fair blow soft nnd sweat And cover my love from head to feci Nor lot tbo cold wind oor hor blow Hut whisper soft that I miss her ho Never nguln though the days grow long Shitll I hold her on my nchlng broatttv Mover iignln shall I hear tho aong Thai iOtheil my henrt In Its vague unrest Never nguln shall her lips press mine Through the yearn that come or the yearn - totrie few school gatherings which she and Sadie had attended Why certain Thatll what were going for to givo your ma a rest She worked too hard lately with nil tho bayin nn1 harvestin hands to do for She needs a change And tho car-Â¬ penters are coming next wcok to fix tho bnrn She must take hor chnneo be Â¬ tween timet to rout up Vll have to have fotnothing outof common to tukc along for lunch Mar thn How would some of them cinna- Â¬ mon rolls do that I like so well and tho train in cako that mother used to make and one of tho lemon pies that Aunt Harriet showed you how to make with the white frostin all over it Wo shall want to huvc things ns good as the rest Most all the neighbors I heard cm talkln about it are goin at the store Hut I didnt think any thing about our goin till I read that piece That kinder opened my eyes 1 6A whoso experience in picnics was limit Hut my face shut benr the nddpd line Of a licurt that broko us It loved her vol i that go OdalalcH lair blow loft and sweet AtuIcoTer my love from head to feet Not let the cold wind oer hor blow Hut whisper nofl that 1 mtas her not she know me when I meothcr there Where her loyal soul had Bwlftly tlown Bhe n ho will atlll be young and fair And I who naddened hate oldor grown Will Hho meet mo on tho golden shore With hands outstretched nnd hcrfacq aglow And say Dear hrnrt I but lovo you moro Than when I left you so long ago Xfi O duIMes fair blow soft nnd Mvcet And tover my lovo from head to fcot Nor let tho cold wind oer hor blow Hut whisper soft that I miss her sol K S Cmnnell In Albany Journal MAHTHAS RECREATION Why a Good Rooolpt Failod Hor Oaso UST tho thing In MAitntA itusitKD wnniv PATH nowx Tim swan I believe ejaculated h u u liis down upon ono of lliH fat knees as he sat in his eusy I bringing Farmer Hrown i sIlP SSfii s V a e k porch reading tlic ono weekly paper Hint frttinrl tie Tho following day was a busy one at the Hrown farm Halting ironing dressing chickens letting out of tucks trimming and remodeling hats besides churning and getting the threo hearty meals At just elcvon oclock that night Martha finished polishing tlie last little shoe and set it in a row with the rest live pairs of them altogether not a button missing and shining like a mirror I that tliero is something in trntm Al Mil I J1 hWsZ3 way to the old faiinhottsc He hnd Hn ished the rail road horrors murders and taken it lutiff survoy of tho market re Â¬ ports and to pass tho half hour before his early bedtime had wandered into the home department of tho paper Thatll be just the thing for Mar thy She is looking pretty peaked this hummer Curls how little women ean stand nowadays Even little job of extra work tuckers em right out Here mother its a slim weary looking woman came slowly up from the cellar where she had been strain Â¬ ing the nights milk Heres some tlifnij to chirk you up and I swan wcll do it Recreation for Women linvijyou read it It says that alia farlners wife needs to mulce her chirk nnd lively Is a picnic once in awhile or jaunt in the woods to gather moss uul such like As for the moss why couldnt you go down to the elearlu nirhts after the cows through the strip o woods to the back paster Well do the hull thing 1 dont want you down sick now tho hoft of the work is over Well go to Silver Lake to tho farmers clonic day after to morrow 1 feel like bavin a holiday myself Well Robert if you think best well try to go said mother as she washed the milk wills and turned them up on Hut I dont feel a bit the sink to dry l dont know as 1 ean get em it like till ready coming tho first of tho week so The girls dresses 11 have to bo done up anil the boys waists and all tho halting to do Itll set mo back ter ribly with my weeks work Thats always the way you argy Let the girls wear anything I do my best to have you enjoy yourself and havu an easy time of it and I am sat on your goin this time Til try and got ready Robert I want to go only things get behind so If lose u day that I have to work all the harder to catch up again Youll feel moro liko work after your holiday Itll cjo you lotn of good lie replied nodding his head emphatically and picking up his paper again This wmnnn writer says If worn en will tnlce moro recreation they wont grow old nor wear out so fast lust and will be as peart and jolty read it oiuc Never nind them clothes just yet It wont hurt em If tho dew fulls on em Say Murthy ts my best shirt done up ho culled to the brown figure flit- ting uuiong the shadows stripping tho olothos from the Hue and heaping thorn in the basket at hor side It is here Ill iron It to morrow Kntlly sho called to u half grown girl who was passing through tho yard Haby Is cry Â¬ with i basket of eggs ing Youll havo to play with him until 1 get tho clothos folded and tho pongu set for broad and toll Sadie to got Robbio nnd Joo randy for bed Yas girls torn tho babies for ma u She got a lot to do Were all going jdcnlulnjc Wednesday Inquired- - Emily In ma going -- Â¬ 1 v night sho said to herself We shall have to be up early in the morning to bo ready in time and she crept care fully into bed beside her sleeping baby too tired to even think I must bo getting dreadfully dull she thought next morning when the voices of the happy children had aroused her from her deep sleep of ut- Â¬ ter exhaustion Once I would have been overjoyed at thothoughtof spend Â¬ ing a day at tho lake but I feel as though I would give tho world to lie in bed all day Hreakfast was eateu in a hurry and the baskets packed with the fried chicken and accompaniments The lemon pie hud not been forgotten and the spicy cinnamon rolls lilled tho pantry with fragrance Then there were the jellies and the jug of tea and the bottle of milk for the baby lump into the wagon and well all take a ride sang Mr Hrown merrily as he stood necktie in hand waiting for Martha to tie It on for him At last they were all ready and Sam had driv- Â¬ en the wagon around to the front gate Martha had forgotten In the hurry and bustle of getting them nil ready to set out the hired muns dinner and that must be done as every farmers wlfo knows At last sho lifted up baby a heavy child of eighteen mouths climbed up after him and tlie Hrown family were off for their holiday It was a lovoly morning and the rido would havo been dolightful to anyone less tired and worn out thun Martha wus It was not a very easy wagon and it rattlod noisily over tho stony road Martini woudered vaguely how It would seem to bowl along at tho sami rata of speed in ludgo Ieakes phaeton as that worthy and his line wlfo tissed them on the road Hut then sho thought tho phaeton would not hold all tho babies who woro chat Â¬ tering and laughing no gleefully in tho back of th5 wagon and poor faithful Martha would not havo given up hor babies for the grandeur In tho world She had always felt a sort of pitty for tho judges wife who lived in tho big lonely house with no childrens voices in it Tho long ride camo to an end at last and they drew up In tho beautiful grove which surrounded the lake Long ta Â¬ bles wore already being covered with snowy cloths and decorated with flow- Â¬ ers anil evergreen branches Hy matrons and happy maids were flitting overy whore opening hamporS starting It all tires and hanging gypsy kettle seemed liko fairy land to tho little Itrowns and they fairly bubbled over with excitement Martha was afraid to have them out of hor sight at firstd with the lake so near tho and tho roller coaster to say nothing of tho baseball grounds and running matches So sho kept them all near her while she visited with neighbors and helped hero and there about tho tables Hut after dinner was over and tho frag Â¬ ments cleared away aud packed in their respective baskets Martha felt that she must get awuy by herself and The twins were intrusted to rest Kinlly aud Sadio with many admoni Â¬ tions lu regard to their safety while - believe that is nil I can do to- Â¬ Â¬ to look after baby and walked away with him to sco the bears and monkeys It was a very plcnsaut seat that MarÂ¬ tha found at tho foot of a big maple on She tho highest bank of tho lake could sco its silvery surface dimpling in tho sunshine dotted with boats while the steamer plowed its way back and forth with its merry load of pleasure Hookers Across tho lake and on overy side the white tontsof tho camp Â¬ ers wero gleaming from leafy bowers unci the bluo btnoko from their camp fires curled lazily upward in the dis- Â¬ tance How restful it all was unci how kind of Robort to make hor como Sho folt that she could sit thoro forever and watch tho silvery waves and the fleecy clouds scudding uorom the bluo sky Murtha noticed that the little rowboats always found their way to the tungle of water lilies on tlie op posite side and she remembered half regretfully a similar scene in which she had participated How long ago It seemed when she was young aud carefree She was a bit of a flirt in those days this staid Martha Hrown and quite the belle of her rural neighbor- Â¬ hood To day sho remembered Ross Harding nnd tho little boat just be Â¬ cause she was here amid similar scenes sho told herself He had rowed her among the lilies and had fustcucd some of the buds in her hair and she had pinned one on his coat Martha was surprised to Hnd how vividly his words came back to her to day across all the I You arc like them Mattie years shall soon gather you from the parent stem and wear 3011 always next my heart my pure white lily She had laughed at him for his fanciful conceit and had thrown the lilies into the lake A white lily indeed Martha looked down on her skinny brown hands calloused and hard with drudgery ami gave a pitiful little smile at the thought that twenty years ago she had been called a white lily Robert had never called her anything but Marthy Even as a lover he had always been matter-of-fac- t and sensible so much so that her parents had preferred him for a instead of the eltilled Ross Harding Sho hardly knew how it had come about Sho did not have time to think about it very often how tlie gulf had widened between hor and Ross Of course It was hotter as it was Robort had always been kind though perhaps ho had not understood her just as Ross A shrill scream stnrtled hor from hor dangerous meditutions nnd Sadie came rushing up tho bank They are in the water both of them aud Hunly cant get thorn out Martha arose weak and trembling for a moment then rushed wildly down the path then through a wet marshy bog she sped after Sadio in a ohort cut to the boat lauding On one side the water was shallow and a dozen or more children of all ages were paddling in the water Tho twins had slipped oft their shoes while the girls were watching tho long string of pas sengers coming up from tho steamer aud were now kneo deep in the water splashing their chubby legs about in great glee utterly regardless of Kmilys commands to come to shore Much re Â¬ lieved to And them in no particular danger Martha soon got them to tho bank dried their legs put on their shoes and stockings then all started to find father Martha thinking that if they all got togother again she would not lose sight of them until time to return home After a long search they found Mr Hrown with a solitary com Â¬ panion standing upon a log utterly oblivious to their surroundings broath lessly watching a fat mans race Itaby was nowhere in sight Martha dropped down on the log in their midst For goodness sake Robert where Is babv The baby why bless me I dont know He was with tuo awhile Mr Jirown Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ son-in-la- w Â¬ ujred and Joe and sho was shlverlug and aching In overy fiber of her body Wc arc going to bo late homo said Mr Brown as he hitched his big horses but I guess we enn to the wugon stand it foronco wo dontgo anywhere very often Late that night Farmer Hrown knocked rt tho door of Widow Jones I want you to come over cottage to Marthy while I go for the and see She is bttrnln up doctor ho said with fever and talkln liko mud Thinks the twins are drownin in amongst the water lilies It beats all how little that woman can stand It dont appear to hurt her a peg around all day at work but thut little jaut to tho picnto to day jest used her up Maybe recreations 11 good thing but it dont agree with Marthy The doctor came inquired into nil the circumstances and details cxim incd the delirious patient carefully prescribed for her and then sought her husband Mr Hrown said he you will be likely to lose your wife My sakes alive Taint so bad as that is it 1 thought she was just done out goin to tlie picnic The picnic would have done her good had she not been done out before she went Tho fact Is shes working too hard too constantly too many hours Sho has too much care upon her mind She is one of the women whocannotshlrk responsibility as long as it rests upon her My man alive sho has taken two steps to your oue dur- Â¬ ing the last ten or fifteen years She has worked an hour and a hnlf to your hour and has had double the cure and responsibility This must all stop if she recovers from tho attack She must have rest and in order to have it she must bo placed in a condition to receive it In other words her mind must be at rest It will do no good for her to stop work to stop worrying about the children and about affairs generally unless she knows that tho work is going on all right that the children are promptly cared for and that affairs all around are prospering Your wife is one of the salt of tho earth Mr Hrown Keep her with you as long as you can You will never bo able to replace her She is all loyal to your interests When she Is goue life will lose most of its at-Â¬ traction for you You love her loyally Open 3our but 3ou havo been blind eyes now and devote some of the wealth sho has helped you to accumulate in prolonging her life and making her and 3ourself happ3 It was a plain lecture and Farmer Hrown understood it He was a good Â¬ SCHOOL AND CHURCH Students in the unlvcrsityof Berlin may have their choice of 710 lectures Of tors in Knglnnd and Wales 2003 do not drink alcoholic liquors as n beverage In Hunan China a woman over fifty years of ago sent a missionary two beautifully gilded Images with a mes sage that she had no moro use for them There are in the United States Can udn England and Scotlnnd thirty two Â¬ the U747 Congregational minis womans missionary societies They collect annually over a million dolUrj and support 1007 missionaries Rishop Hrennan of Texas now archbishop of the Catholic province of Dallas ts the youngest man of his rank in the world and his promotion is sad to be Tope Leos own personnl net The Mpravian church In point o numbers is one of the least important of churches but judged by its mission nry work it is one of the foremost Dur ing the past year it expended in its for eign mission work The clergyman who bus continu ously occupied one pulpit longer than any other divine in the country is Rev Dr Furness of Lhllndelphia nis ape is ninet3 and for sixty eight years lie has been pastor of one church During the first year of GenHoothg chetup of relief for tho poor In Kn trlnnd DSiLHS cheap meals were supplied of which lO97S0fl were half pen ny dinners Two hundred ex crnnlnals are said to have been reformed during filS-l-tfl- Â¬ Â¬ that time Fr Martin who has been erected general of the Society of Jesns by the convocation at Azepetia Spain is the 3oungest member ever chosen to the office with the exception of one of the earlier generals who succeeded to the ofllce when only thirty five jcars old Fr Martin is fort3 four 3enrs of age Senator Stanford has announced that his life interest is settled in tho university at Palo Alto which he founded in memory of his son lie means he mxya to give away most of his fortune during his lifetime and see if he ean not spend the money as well as utryonr else The bulk of the great fortune will probably go to the university Roman Catholics 145M0 other Christians r07SS4 Jews SOU adherents of other religions and 127Fi without any religious profession The total population is 19423470 rVM921 The recent statistical quarterly statement of the German empire reports the latest religions data of the country According to these Germany has 11 0 26810 Protestant subjects 17 Â¬ gatherings or take a pleasure trip without boing done out getting reucy and under such restful condi tions and assurance she regained her health completely and lived long to bless her children and raise them up to useful and honorablo manhood and womanoood rhcubc Kuder in Ohio Farmer Â¬ man and loved his wife devotedl3 He had been blind but nbw he could see The doctor had opened his eyes His wife lived It was a long hard strug- Â¬ gle but good care and a good constitu- Â¬ tion came out victorious and after that Mrs Hrown never had occasion to complain of being tired She could go to picnics farmers institutes to social UNDER DIFFICULTIES I 3 ASLl J I l 1 lamsm Firty lhtf3 ihir nn An 4HLJ M M T3 Mfii SQ0 IfcWy WlirRK 18 11AIIY merry-go-roun- will soon find him Martha had rogalued her strength for the moment and Was rush Â¬ ing frantically about from group to group and from ono point of interest to another At bust after weary searching they found him cuddled close to tho monkey cagos fast asleep Martha drew a great sigh of relief that euded in a sob as sho pressed him to hor heart and looked around to see if any of the rest wero missing No they wero all in sight aud she hurried them to tho wagon aud stowed thom away where thoy would be comfortable in their long ride Her foot wero soak- Â¬ ing wet whoio she had gono over shoes lu the bog in her scare about Robbie Wo Havent you seen him Wall Wall Dont fret I dare say he is all right Hut Speaking of gaits said the cattle- Â¬ man to the delegate did you know that in his native state the horse has but two gaits tho walk and gallop All others such as tlie trot pace can- Â¬ tor fox trot rack and single foot are acquired and artificial True a colt may bo born that may pace on the day of its birth but you will find that some of its ancestors have been taught to pace I havo chased and captured wild horses in their nativo wilds and know this from observation I never saw a wild horse trot A queer difference between wild horses and domestic is exhibited in breaking them Now a wild horse tries to dismount his rider by pitching und bucking and it is tho aim of the trainers to make him run Get a wild horse to running straight ahead and he is conquored and will in a short time become doolie Hut with domestic stock just the opposito is tho case A tame horso does not buck as a rule but wants to run Let him run and he is ruined The philosophy of tho business is plain The klca in both cases is to bond the will of the horse to tnc ruiers desire The wild horso runs straight ahoad because ho is cowed aud afraid of his rider and has despaired of throwing him The tamo horse runs because he has no fear of tho rider and Imagine he Is escaping He is made to go slow quietly only through foar and respect Thus you see the wild horse runs to slavery while the tame horso ion runs to freedom Cincinnati Times 1or Him Star Druggist If you mamma didnt flJ what kind of soap for you to get lit0 Kently for -- n KnierKeney boy you had better try these soap w Young Tuttor nervously I hope Miss Clara your young brother wont fers twenty five in a box Shes going W Little Hoy All right touch my new silk hat In the hall I use them on me hear him playing there Druggist Will you take a paoUaff Miss Ilnkerly Would you like to then have mo spsuk to him about it Little Hoy No sir only wafer Tuttor Yes I wish you would Judge Miss Ptnkorly Willie bring Mr Tutter s hat Into tho parlor and put it Knvlud tho arson down by his chair where ho can reach w The Groom You look envious It at any uiomont Clothier Fur- Â¬ UlttU and nisher Tho Host Man I am A Snmplo Tradesmans Challenge The Groom happily supposing W Any person who can show mo the envied on Of whom ray cocoa Is injurious to health that Tho llest ManOf tho minister J will receive ten boxes gratls understand that you are going to g Flicg0nac Ju latter him a huadred Jury Tho Nntutul Cult of llorten were persevering and ingenious The principal means of sending letters was by balloons and carrier pigeons but wa s almost other plans were tried impossible for a messenger to jet through the Geriniwv lines Even when other difficulties could be overcome the danger of a search and a discover of a dispatch was great Main of the messengers made incisions in the skin and hid a dispatch under the epidermis Others provided themselves with hollow ten centime pieces or hollow ku3s which could be opened like a box and in which dis patches could be hidden One was ac customed to hide a dispatch under an artificial hollow tooth These di-Â¬ spatches of course were written in cipher nnd covered only a fragment of paper Attempts were made to cross thcenq lines lines by following the caves nnd natural tunnels under the left branch of the Seine and b diving and cross1 ing the bed of the river in diving suits but these plans failed A curious scheme was the putting of letters Into littles hollow squares of Jtnc and throwing these spheros into the Seine or Fts tributaries hoping that they would float to Paris They did float to Paris but not until after th armistice It is supposed that they were stopped by dams or that they were discovered and hold back by the Germans until the siege was at an end Another clever ami economical device was the use of hollow glass spheres with an orillce to admit the dispatch Thse were small aud light they looked so like bubbles on the water that it was impossible to distinguish them they floated easll3 over the dams and through the nets set bj the Germans They would probubby havo proved very uw fill had not the river frozen soon after they were invented Youths Compan- Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Tho Frcnrh Srncllni Moxhurch Tliroticlillie Stimuli Miit i The methods emplojcd by tho Paris ian authorities for communicating with the provinces during the siege of Paris Â¬ Â¬ - HOME HINTS AND HELPS rm21 fli Then boil a lurjfo cupful of rich thicken with n dcsertspoonfil of filnich And ivhen cooked nddtho fftll beaten white f one cgff nml a Ht-tlonion exiracu ronr ims over tlic slc ini vlnff vary lltfhtly Country iWltlcmnn jA i LA Hnlomlld fluid for tnkluiSThiiE rttw is madu as follows Take two ammonia one tahlq jcfc i HWifnl of Baltpetre one ounce of sbatlBponp scraped line and1 ono jHrtfo Soft water Repeat if ncccs This is excellent for talcing Mryi CTCftso spots out of carpets to pxtovlni ku jAnnld Souffles Mnhc somo rich an-Jasatfcoi flavor with lemon juice and fhiss Wrvhicr Lv throttirh sive whnt should bo dono with tho kA they bo- - wko Thorn Upt Jto comoBtueBlJwben milk forii la iimtiK Wffic XJE9 rrawRa w Vre sono People no morally U COD- - lurroiv or vv cilnoss Lllll bod tiTaploca Cream Soak three tables poonfuHof tapioct In cold water over Uoil one pint of milk and add niftht the tnploua lettiiiKit cook three quarters of an hour Add the yolks of and half a cup of Mitrnr twocMffl When thoroughly cooked and creamy tK from the stove and flavor Ueat the two whites stiff and odd half a pint of whipped cream sweeten and flavor and pour over tho tapioca Boston IJudtfet cream -- Chicken Salad Cook a lull grown chicken by simmering in white stock or slightly salted water until tender Let the fowl renniin in the liquor until cold then skin and pick oil tho meat in fine shreds but do not chop Cut half as hutch crisp celery in half inch pieces mix the two together and moisten with mayonnaise dressing adding minced Tarnish with celery olives or capers and keep on ice until ready to serve N Y Observer To Dress Calves Head Like Turtle Let the head bo dressed with the skin on then parboil it one hour with tho tongue and heart After it is cold cut in pieces about the size of a dollar thqn take savory herbs such as parsley thyme and onions ebop all with mace cloves pepper and salt put in a pan with a lump of butter amJLaJittlc water make forced meat balls and bake it for one hour When done take thejolks of two eggs to mix with it to thicken the sauce Harpers Haar Snow Pudding Tn one pint of boiling water dissolve a box of gela tine when it is partly cool beat it as you would frosting until it is very light then add two teacupfuls of sugar tho juice of two lemons and the whites of three eggs beaten stiff Tour it into molds to stiffen This is to be served with a soft custard made of one pint of milk the yolks of three eggs with sugar and flavoring to taste This is a dainty and relishable dish for dinner and also makes a nice dish for tea Prairie Farmer Â¬ that was mixed Vkss bugs and to take out paint with oil Detroit Free Salvation Oil I rVs yv Mi - FOLKS REDUCED E JrrIVoUl- - 10turinnclueonvenlcnco Pormoniuuy hurinlcMiiarbal KK B everythinfr which is for milk even down to the babys bottle these are things for which you need Pearline With Pcarline theyre cleansed more Tkltb liisiqsi TjtantcTj and Ilnta easily more quickly more ecotho hsml J Injure ilia Iron nl luirn I Tho Uitlns Hun atom roiui u Junu nomically and more thoroughly lew lurbiB nnd tho coniumcr raya or Kla patkaiai with otcry jmrchnMs than with anything else known The people who know most about milk say just that Wc cant afford to LIVE STOCK print all the testimonials we hold A Ni CUTS Theyre free expressions of opinion W wlUfurulBh Uupllcdo in conventions in papers every of where wltere milk folks have a voice Their enthusiasm about rj Jurvja tsxoojiK XJirvm ornni othor lilt ohown in v or Pearline is genuine And its natural For all kinds of quotcilJJock ntfor bolow JlkTHIHKvcfTffl jirlcon nmo washing and cleaning nothing equals Pearline A NKclfogg Kersp3perCo x I Â¬ Hifx--inio- u Milk Cans used pans churns bottles dA YBl ki you nn initiation be honest fU ESI I 111 iflVrr - f int ii rrnri JTNAMCTUI3 KT V VV OLJB V rilLH fiPtrnJ jwiinu UriUDI tttj iUt iHLiy1MU H1 jiim iinii iiiiiit lua it itui OurrTlliiTo ctiillcrs and some unscrupulous grocers will tell you lIis h n PMMl ns lhe wnienslVarlrne r ITS KAlSK Pcarlino is never peddled if your croccr sends 1 Klretrvtyrrr 1 nmt I fiIjifeTlfKl Trial llnlllo In VfciinarternllntlunirIIAIIrcHH hi 1 V IIUI linitilti Wet llilliilM IIKMrO Trrp mail nf H9 JAMRS IVIK New Wrt 7 h lll ixiiyyri 179 ElmlSlrcel HeflJll NAMH THIS IAriH f puprr a Into Itiul juu ntu tlm AittcrttiklnUnl in IMt HllllMt Ill AIMIIIIOMino The last year has been the most prosperous of the Sixty five years of Tin Companions history ll has now over 550000 subscribers This support enables it to provide more lavishly than ever for iSoj Only a partial list of Authors Stones and Artielcs can be given here Prize Serial Stories Pi Thc Prizes offered for the Serial Competition of 1S92 were the Largest ever given by any periodical First Prize Second Prize Third Prize Fourth Prize 2000 1000 1000 1000 Aunt Mats Investment ami its Reward by Larry Armajo How a very haul Lesson was bravely Learned by Cherrycroft Hie Old House and its Tenant by Miss Edith A charming Story of Brotherly Love nnd Sell Saciilice Aliss Amanda Al Douglas Charles W Clarke I Stowc Pauline Wesley Alls Al 1 Sam by AlcCIclland SEVUN OTHER SERIAL STORIES during the year by C A Stephens Homer Greene nnd others Xhe Bravest Deed Captain Charles Kins I Ever Saw Great Men at Home will be described in graphic language by Oflicers of the United States Army anil by famous War Correspondents General John Gibbon General Wesley Alerrltt Archibald Forbes How Air Gladstone Works by hi daughter Airs Drew Gen Sherman in his Home by Airs Aliunlc Sherman Fitch Gen AlcClellan by his son George B AlcClellan President Garfield by his daughter Airs Alolly Garfield Drown T THE Here I NECESSARY One tlmt Will LONG COAT tvi tho Wearer an Attractive Appearance lackets are all very well in their place but every woman should at least possess one long coat There are ad Â¬ vantages in owning such a coat which should not be lightly considered downs which have passed their best days may he worn and yet most successfully screened from sight by these garments As evening wraps they are invaluable in covering up while on the street light Your Work in Life What are you going to do These and other similar articles may offer you some suggestions Editor-in-Chi1 ef dresses The most useful of the long coats arc serge or plain cloth lined with light weight quilted silk A stylish finish is given to the coat by having the collar and cuffs heavily braided X Y World made of IJoiih and Collaret ten The long crinkled Mongolian fur which is naturally white is dyed in many gray and brow shades and made in long boas that are to be worn with various costumes Other very becom ing boas are of dark green or purplish red cocks plumes full and bristling of the New York Times By the Charles R Miller Journalism as a Profession An opportunity for Boys by Dr Austin Peters Why not be a Veterinary Surgeon Hon R P Porter In What Trades and Professions is there most Room by Alexander Walnwright Shipbuilders Wanted Chats with great shipbuilders on this Subject by Col John Al Wilson Admission to West Point by the Supt of U S Academy Lieut W F Low U S N Admission to the Naval Academy by By the Chief Clerks of Six Departments Young Government Clerks at Washington Jf Things to Know The Hon Carroll D Wright What Is n Patent by Amelia E Barr A Chat With Schoolgirls by Admiral S B Luce Naval CourU Alartial by Patents Granted Young Inventors by U S Com of Patents Jean Gordon Alattill The Weather Bureau by What will 1000 a year do Ncwly Alnrried In New York Answered by Airs Henry Ward Bcecher and Alarion Harland Over the Water The Dean of St Paul Windsor Castle The ATarqtiis of Lornel A Glimpse of Belgium The American Alinlster at Brussels A Glimpse of Russia by The lion Charles Emory Smith in London Fogs by Adventures Charles Dickens Cabbies their hansoms Charles Dickens Jr London Cabs A Boys Club in East London Frances Wynne by A picturesque description by How to Sec St Pauls Cathedral Â¬ uiid pheasants plumes sewed to a foundation of cloth then shaped full below like a frill One collar is of reddish feathers speckled with gray and edged with a fringe of curled im pcyan plumes A round low collar of tho green Ish blne cock feathers falls full as if of gathered stuff and is bor dered with black ostrich tips curled to Imitate Astrakhan fur Harpers Ba eoq Â¬ Â¬ or of multicolored pheasants feathers or else of impcyan feathers in chang ing metallic hues Collarettes falling wide over tho shoulders aro made of Â¬ I J Short Stories and Adventures More than One Hundred Short Stories and Adventure Sketches will be given in the volume for 1S93 Qualitys Temptation An Able Alarincr Knittin Susan f A Bad Night in n Yacht Uncle DanTs Will In the Death Circle f Leon Kestrell Reporter On the Hadramaut Sands A Alountainville Feud Uncle Sims Clairvoyance AnAprll FJrst Experience Airs Parsblcys First Voyagp How I Won my Chevrons Riddling Jimmy and other stories Bain AlcTlckels Vast Doog W J Baker The Cats of Cedar Swamp A Boy Frbof that he was not a Coward by Capt D C Kingman U S A The amusing effect of a brass instrument on a hostile Indian by Strong Aledicine Behind the Scenes of Famous Stories Sir Edwin Arnold by Gen Lew Wallace opens a series How I wroth rN Hui fcudyard Kipling tellvthe Story of My Boyhood A series of actical articles At lhe writes three fascinating nrtirlesW India Odd Hourc- and Mrs Potter Palmer Will be full 0 valuable hints to those who go World s Fair by Director General Davis 1 -II IIC subject pt Hall a uoxen Mgw unqamujng ucscripuons uy ivira j cw vvatiacetauy jjiskc anu ouicrs keeping in QuccrlJu os The Editorials will be impaMlal explanation All the well known features of TilK Companion will be maintained and improved The Illustratpd Supplements adding neirly one half tp size of the paper will be continued of current events at home and abroad t t iu IV ni c zar comparableCalifornia Fruit Grower Butter Take sweet cider from the prosu not moro than a dayold or alcohol will beÂ¬ gin to form and tho cider will havo lost its fruity quality Boil it downvone half tijjd then add apples pared cored nnd bficod --Then should bo by meas- re slightly moro than half as much npplo as of boiled cider Cook slowly oud carefully skimmiiig whenever uec- cssary nnd stir with a long wooden piiddlo which reaches the bottom ot tho kettle The apple is broken into no homogcucous mas llko marma lade When it begins to break sweeten to tasjo JJ is more wholesome and ap petiifflg if left qui to Inrt This can bo kept any length of time In stono jars or wooden pails or flrklns if thoroughly cooked Tho usual apple butter sold In procerles Is mado insipid by too much bgar Tho old fashioned apple butter ess rich and moro palatable preserves tho very essence of tho apple Seison Hhspico to taste if spices aro de Â¬ sired but tho apple flavor is itself in- Â¬ Old TuHlilnnetl Anpl Â¬ 1 T1I 1 tlll Y i I l Send This Slip with FREE S3lZSLJM w fiulmcTllMT who irlll cut out nnd wnd tm ttil llp rlth nnrno and nddrfrom nnd 817a w will wnil The Companion Kro to Tan 1 1H03 nnd for h Full Thin offfi1 Incliiden tho Dunbta Holiday Numbrr at Tlunhgtvlinr Chrittreai Unit date Tlit louvnlr of Tlu Companion illuttnUtd In color Now Years Hunter nml Fourth of July tix ctnti 42 juigtt itttcriblnj the Vw niilldhifftrUh ll U JO lUpartmenti will be itnt o rtceipt Vi nr t rtr to anu nur rtauntlnn it irho tmii i tuhterfatlan for one vtar To any - 175 Yr to it i 1893 I I A - THE YOUTHS COMPANION Boston Mass oSf irtS - m a KMIiMMMMMMMaMWMMa W AT A M tisskoliusetts True Story i blMcd with ono cltteon Irvine WilliuliiSlown Mass bousiri of a who wLlcmiH strictly anil promptly contomirinn who in Htill no livolv to his own busmosa nnd clow nofci nnd chippor im ninnv imn of half pry into or moddlo with othot poo- - his ugo JIo in Abraham PnrhOiifl ploH budiiidAB Ho i8 a thorough Mho liiiUor a oolorod man who i an It nnlnluM uiiiiguiHijuuiiuiHuiiuu 1 1iog- - I nuuuini euunia 10 no am yonrs oiiiuii wiio icttl roRHonor and strong in dobato wan u man growii when tho rest ot Ho novor loflus hia tonipor No tho town wan in knoo breeches Ho mtutor what you hurl at him ho linn ii record of killing twonty fdx WK7zttnmmYmu FLEASflNT will moot it fnco to faco with cool liornoH with his list and killed a judgment and logical reasoning cow onco by butting hor in tho W6 7 Ho novor backbitos a friond Ho hoad On another ocoaHion ho ilWrJVoSriTv novori slandors anoighbornorgiveH broko a imndslono with his hoad countonanco to any report that is Tim stone was put in a cheese box THE NEXT MORNINO I FEEL BRIGHT AND NEW AND MY COMPLEXION 18 BETTEM h Ilrer caloulatod to injure tho character and ho was told ho could havo the tut iloctr mm It et irntlr on Iho ttonim drink Ii My klnjrfnWilvaiit laiatlw u Tbu cuily m or reputation of anv ono Ho ih cheese if ho could break it Ho is mode from h rba and U prcpum for M tea Ito railed genoroiiH kind and libera and al- Â¬ married to a white woman and has ways contributes to those who are live grown sons All drumzlaUiellltattOa And 1X0 a wncknae If 1 V A Itawnrri CsMyliMtit 4 T DINGFELDKH WITH J M BOBINSON Importers nnd Jobbers of CO ii J DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS Noe C87 039 and 041 1 135 E MAIH STIEIT West Slain Street - Hp LOUISVILLE Do KY Business With a Horns Institution THE CLAY CITY ill Solid AND J li rtm LEXINGTOK a I V WATCHES KvPJBHBs FwnHHH UIBIilMilII church though ho is a strong bo liovor in protestant religion Ho is a flno violinist and can stir your soul to the vory bottom with tho swoot strains from his violin All in all ho is asplondid example for tho youth of the land to study and follow aftor Ho spells his name this way Tamos Uamford White Estill Eaglo Mr J P Blaizo an oxtensive real estato dealer in Dos Moinos Iowa narrowly escaped ono of tho sever Â¬ est attacks of pneumonia while in tho northern part of that state dur- Â¬ ing a recent blizzard says the Sat- Â¬ urday Koviow Mr Blaizo had oc Â¬ casion to drive several miles during the storm and was so thorouly chill ed that ho was unable to get warm and insido of an hour after his re- Â¬ turn ho was threatenedwith a severe cane of pneumonia or lung fiver Mr Blaizo sent to tho noarontdrug storo and got a bottle of Chamber Â¬ lains Cough Remedy of which ho had often heard and took a nuin bor of largo dosos Ho says tho ef Â¬ fect was wonderful and in a short timo ho was breathing quito easily Ho kept on taking the medicine and next day was ablo to come to Dos Moinos Mr Blaizo regards his euro so simply wonderful For sale by Raso Jones Mr B moro unfortunate than himself Ho novor swoars nor usos tobacco in any form Ho soldom attends LANESMEDIGIKE STIX CO CINCINNATIS Now Two Cent Morning Paper Tho Tribune Lineinnau s new toii rnninitnUtjtndjrouraddrea fnr free an triple IMiir Family Mrdlclna nnvra the bTvl ah Itionlrf FWOUlAVAltD jr OUATOIl oinmUhyithllnviiir AditiiVf v LcUOVb National Capital FLOYD DAY bamK o0f000 ItlSSKM DIAMONDS CLOCKS CLAY CITY KY KItAKK II two cent morning paper tho an Â¬ LOUIS nouncement of the early appear Â¬ WIIOLKHMK DKAIKKS IN ance of which wo noted recently will appear about January 2d Its publishers say thoy will make it not tho largest but tho best daily H PHILLIPS paper published in Cincinnati WITH it will compare favorably with that great two cent papors of Chi Â¬ Third Kucv nnd Union St the M CO cago and other leading cities It CINCINNATI O will not be issued on Sunday Tho We curry the poods that will suit vour JOIIIIKKS IN price by mail will bo fifty cents trade and our price are THK IOWKSt Hardware Agricultural Implements per month or six dollars a year in Special attention to mail orders Do not pay for a daily advance OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS MALTA paper for tho coining year until EVAP PLOWS COOKS MILLS ORATORS CHAMPION REAPERS von have soon the Tribune Dry Goods notions c Ciisjiier President No llnnk in Kastern Kentucky has better vnults nor better facilities for keeping your account Mnnuged entirely bv home people who know you und who are iinvnys ready to necoiumndilte you lrMoney to loan on reasonable rates Call on us tirer Optical Goods J Trimble Bros WHOLES AXE W KERR 3 JftofnrRtK i Z -- 5 C5 L d CSS MT STERLING -- KY - Â¬ 5ierConsignment8 Resolutions of the Irvine Bar The Irvine bar passed tho follow ing resolutions concerning Judge Patricks and Judge Lillys retire- Â¬ ment from tho respective positions thoy havo tilled ItuKolvcd First That we desire to ex press our feelmgn of regret at the retirement of Judge Samuel II Patrick of the common pleas court and to express our feelingH of attachment to him for his patience fairness and gentlemanly conduct to tho members of the bar and officers of the court Second We desire to express to Judge II C Lilly our belief in his integrity and devotion to his duty and commend him to those among whom he lives Â¬ Â¬ mmm respect hi e of AND MOWEHS STODDARD AND put ronsolicited Mountain Merchants jel4ly fully v ACME IIARHOWS c DOOltS AND SASH A SPECIALTY 110 and 112 Srcosn Stukkt of produce nnd the Â¬ I RONTON 0 THE WINCHESTER BANK WINCHESTER KY J H PIERATT and Sale Stable X Â¬ Livery Feed II WITIIHHSPOON President H 1 HUNTER Cashier HAZEL GREEN KY jifr Ionblc nnd Single Rigs mid Saddle Horses for hire Parties convey ed to any point on reason able terms 1 will also attend to all calls for auctioneering and solicit business of this kind Jtespeetfnllv Ac JOHN li PIEHATT Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 Â¬ Â¬ It Cura ColdtCoughior Throat Croup Sayros Glass of 1849 Vest Gratz Brown ex governor of Missouri who was nominated for vice president on the Greeley ticket in 1S72 ox governorThosT Crir tondon of Missouri Vico prosident Adlai E Stovonson Senator Jod Blackburn of Kentucky and John Mason Brown one of tho most prominent lawyers of Louisville all walked out of tho little school room as graduates From there thoy wont to Centro College at Danvillo Ky whoro they gradu- Â¬ ated in law and thoy started out in tho world to make their names St Louis Ropublic Whon on a visit to Iowa Mr K Dalton of Luray Russell c unity Kansas called at tho laboratory of Chamberlain it Co Dos Moines to show thorn his six yonr old boy whoso lifo had boon biivoJ by Cham Â¬ berlains Cough Remedy it having cured him of a vory sovero attack of croup Mr Dalton is cortain that it saved his boys lifo and is enthu- Â¬ siastic in his praiso of tho romedy For salo by Roso Jonos ing a small school at Frankfort Ky turned out tho most romarka blo class in 18 J9 that ever gradu Â¬ ated from a schoolroom said John J Dixon of San Antonio Mr Justico Harlan of tho United States supremo court Senator George G BSayre apodagoguo touch Â¬ For a sore throat thoro is noth- Â¬ ing bettor than a flannel bandago dampened with Chamberlains Pain Balm It will nearly always o fleet a cure in ono nights timo This remedy is also a favorite for rheu- Â¬ matism and has curod many very severe cases 50 cent bottles for sale by Roso Jones Abraham Lincoln when leaving his homo at Springfield 111 to bo inaugurated president of the Unit- Â¬ ed States made a farowoll address to his old friends and neighbors Neighbors IfMll in which ho said your boys a chanco Those words eomo with as much force today as thoy did thirty years ago Inflacn ta Whooping Cough Bronchltia and Athma A certain cure Tor Coneumption in firat atoirei and auro relief In adrancod itagti Ufa at one You will aoothe excellent etfect eftr taltmrr tln flrtt den Fold by dealer everywhere TLiTi bottles 61 cenU amd100 tSS Â¬ This Rank solicits the accounts of mer chants farmers traders and business men generally throughout Kastern Kentucky and otferx its customers every facility and the most liberal terms within the limits of legitimate banking octl8ly Â¬ Â¬ Traders Deposit Bank MT STERLING KY 30000 MOST M QCiSTlTT BR8T IS QllLITT -- worms WHITES CREAM HAY HOUSE IlAZEii VERMIFUGE Has lod all Worm Remedies EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED rrtrarrdbj FOR 20 YEARS CO Mks LOU DAY Proprietress J M RIGSTAFF President This honse has been recently refitted and G L KIRKPATHICK Vice President retnrnishedand the table is nt all times sup W W THOMSON Cashier plied with the best in the market Hates reasonable Sample room attached and spe We business of mersolicit cial rates to commercial uien Patronage is chantsrespectfully traders the business men farmers and respectfully solicited aily generally throughout Kastern Kentucky A general making business done Give us a chance to semi you a bank book nay your checks and loan you money when in need W W Tiiompson Cash Â¬ Orkkn Ky Capital 200000 Surplus Â¬ Â¬ GOOD PAY FOR GOOD WORK R 71 K S STRIDE Successors to 11 SON Co SOLD EVERYWHERE KU IlKlUnUSOXTAYLOU J J A Lam HTL0118 Mogrimino tho only permanent cure for all forms of hoidncho and I MAUP1N neuralgia relieves tho pain in from WITH 15 to 20 minutes For sale n pos Â¬ D H CARPENTER itive guarantee at Thk Herald of Â¬ fice or sent postpaid by mail upon WHOLESALE DRY GOODS NOTIONS BOOTS SHOES receipt of price 50 cents a box Main H For Ladies or Gentlemen - LEXINGTON KY Wholesale Dealers in Stiukt 5 to 500 Cash Straight Kentucky Whiskies c Roso Donohuo died at Pawtuck ot R T aged forty seven She was stricken with paralysis at tho age feOly CATLETTSKUUG KY Wines Brandies c According 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 Old Also Tarr and Old Taylor Chamber n1n b Eye and Skin Ointment of nine and for thirty eight years A cortain euro lor Cbronlo Soro Eyos has not loft tho little crib in which hor throe feet of body reposed nor Tottor Salt Bboam Scald Hoad Old during that timo had there been Chronio Soros Fovor Soros Eczoma an apparent growth in tho limbs Itch Prairio Scratches Soro Nipples and Piles It is cooling and soothing shoulders GUESS PREMIUMS FOR SUBSCRIBERS No Impossibilities H Â¬ tt Cut Price House lt5 oc 157 G FEDER RACE STREET or Uncertain- orlunk ties els each day In order to be heal Â¬ It Is put up in 85 and 00 cent boxes thy this is nocossary Lanes Medicino moves tho bow- Â¬ Hundreds of coses havo boon curod by it aftor all othor troatmont bad failed Every thing Fair Honor- Â¬ able Plain and Positive See programme in tho 2 KUY fllXPlVNAH V i4W INDERWKAU SHAWLS OHIO Cousins to Hazel Green Ladies Not sinco tho days of tho Wash burns havo thoro boon brothers in tho samq congress History in this respeot will repeat itself noxtyoar Sonator Cockroll of Missouri will ontor upon his fourth term and at tho samo timo his brothor Ropro sontativo Cockroll of Toxas will begin his first torm Tho Sonator is tho younger of tho brothors by two and a half yoars Is tho doctor in Cause if ho is want to seo him at once Ser- Â¬ Pracl lical I of our Fourth Annual Contest among vant Hos not in Little boy HAZEL GREEN KY Well jost as soon as ho gets homo Special attention to Repairing und satis Agents for largest clubs you toll him to come over to our faction guaranteed Shop nt old Cummins SyAu Agency for tho Weekly liouso and take that baby away ho stand on the hill near the Herald oflice Enquirer is a profitable business It is loft last weok Its in the way Little boy at tho front door CITAS BUCHANAN Eooitofii0si weekly Enquirer CLOVES PKNDKRS nnd and i wares and other goods in Notion r uruiNliing Uooils Line IIOSI- HLANKKTS SUS- nil IciiiiIm of Mliull it it Fkuku A Co 300 Church Street New York -- Special attention to mail order II IGHiSE- - I But ho has oightoon yours tho start of tho Toxan in Washington lifo Both of tho Cookrolls aro Both woro confodoratos lawyers from tho beginning to tho ond of tho war Both attained tho reÂ¬ sponsibility of tho command of brigades The oldor Cockroll di- Â¬ rected tho famous battlo of Lone Jack St Louis Globe Domocrat A country woman stood half an hour in front of hu pojtpflloo gaz Â¬ Coughing loads to consumption Komps Balsam stops the cough at onco A dotorminod otfort is to bo mado this winter in tho Now York legis Â¬ lature to abolish capital punish mont and substituto solitary lifo imprisonment Tho bill will also tako away tho pardoning powor from tho govornor and place it in tho hands of a commission Happy and coatettt b a home with Th So Ump with the light of be morpiBe charter CAtIosiM write RochMttr Lamp Co New Yotk X ROSE DeBUSK PRACTICAL Blacksmiths and Wagonmakers HAZEL GREEN KY the best school in tho world to prepay And all who would retain it should consult ono lor a business contact with tho publitj a stepping stono to business DRAIKn IN qualification and future prosperity OTIS W SNYDER lUacksmlthinp of all kinds Rolicitcd nnd Vo want good Agents to solicit for work promptly done We make a specialty or hullditig 2horse wagons and guarantee subscriptions The inducements are all work All who arc indebted to the extra good NOTICE firm or either of ua for work must come and settle and cash or satisfactory terms will ENQUIRER COMPANY be dpomnded for all work done hereafter Thanking you for past patronage and so CINCINNATI O liciting a continuance of the same we ate HOSK Jc DkIIUSK respectfully SPECTACLES DIAMONDS JEWELRY WATCHES North Upper Street LEXINGTON KY i FLOYD BYRD AMOS DAVIS West Tho great California trotting stal- Â¬ Campton Ky Liberty Ky ing all tho whilo at tho lottor box lion Stamboul was sold in New with ATTORNEY-AT-LA- Y Vhat are you doing hore alltlni York last Wpdnday for 11000 BETTMAN BROS 5 CO timtM inquired ouo of tho clerks Nancy Leo tho dam of Nanoy jMr Abstracts of title furnished collec and returns guaranteed Why I dropped a letter in thoro Hanks was sold at tho samo timo tions Made with prompt firm of Wood Day Manufacturers ot Clothing Connected the law k wwt iun waiting for a reply Ex for 7100 Mt Sterling Ky ia civil practice M W Pearl Sr CINCINNATI A thW lowem houe and prices on cvervthini Tlio bettl oculUt in the State ith p ttll on him when in Lexington Â¬ W rcrrviati t5 dbUi are sold at thU olllce at 10 and the QW The juMtly ccji brateu lfpencil steel pens cents it doicn in town at rc apiece