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TjiHCER COOPEROwnor and Editor Hazel Green Herald Of a Noisy World With Nows From All Nations LumbTing at Hia Brick tlOO A YEAR Always In Advana KIGUT1I YEAR x HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY FRIDAY JTNUARY 5 1803 NUMBER 41 Around tho World Without Svon Wioron r Cent tho Nollio My of The greatest gold fever sincotho Culled to Mcrt In IiiiiImvIUc Inuunry 10 Ruby and California gulch diggings Danish journalism and corres Â¬ At lt30 Oclock 1 M drow thousands of miners into pondent of tho Journal Dannobrog The Commbiuiai Club Ky thoso camns has now taken coin- - ot uoneniuigon ueniuarKnasroaoii LorisviMK Dkah Sin You uro respectfully ploto possession of tho west At etl Chicago onrouto homo via China requested to honor ub with your Denver as well as in every camp India and Northern Africa OF Mr Wioron has undortakon4ho presence and also to appoint dolo- Â¬ in Colorado Now Mexico and Ari- Â¬ mites not exceed imr six to tho zona thero is nothing talked of most diflloult though interesting Kentucky State Nicaragua canal excopt tho new placer ileitis of tho feature of journeying around thoÂ¬ convention which assembles at San Juan river in Southern Utah world without any monetary assisLouisville Ky on tho tenth day At Duraugo Itico and Doloros in tance whatsoever within proscribed ot January at 12 B0 oclock p in Colorado many outnts naveaireauy time of eighteen months although I n allowed the privilego of accepting wi started for the new fields lll iiiiiiurninv ItOCOglllZIllg il Mining men in nearly every town tho hospitality of friends and others this great work to tho business welfare of the nation and especi- Â¬ are clubbing togother and ottering intnrostod in his task Mr WioronÂ¬ Sep o o IN THE ally the state of Kentucky by cre Â¬ hii inducements to professional departed 10from Copenhagen From for Liverpool mines At tember ating much needed markets for out prospectors to visit the l llw IV tuu surplus products and also enabling Albuquerque New Mexico and oth- Â¬ lilVOipOOl 110 HUippou onboundJM111for to regain its er points along the line of the At- Â¬ ish bark lorgenson the Tnited States N C October 10 former proud prestige as a great lantic and Pacific the excitement Wilmington maratime power we feel it impera- Â¬ is intense and railway olUcials and Arriving in Wilmington DecemberÂ¬ 44t444 obtain trans tive that the construction of the clerks have thrown up their posi 10 he contrived to York through army portation to New Nicaragua canal ho hastened and fimiH ami headed tho ereat of the kindly ollicos of a friond completed ai uio earuehi pinMim of gold hunters The fact that December 18 and date in the interest of trade busi Â¬ the many who have already gone arriving thero Chicago to ness and benefit to every section into thai country nono have yet going direct Through the inHuenco of tho is strong evidence that We therefore ask returned of the union the Thingvala stoumship you to meet with us that wo may the sand is rich enough to keep agents of line Mr Wioron is ablo to roach consult together as to the best them thero New stage lines have been estab Â¬ Denver where ho expects to earn mnthods for hastening to eoinple- Farm enough money from a lecture ho t inn this work the importance of lished from Albuquerque to roach S w hich to the United States is urged ington and Window along the lino will give on Denmark Francisco At San Pacific and San Francisco If bv r resident jiumson mm n vm of tho Atlantic and ho goes to China thenco through Dolores also from Durango and ver Cleveland as follows This is not u via tho Suez canal to Kvorv Department Overllowiinr to its utmost capacity tlio Nicaragua Col on tho line of tho Denver and India and In tho construction of toll penny sale of miy kiinlj but good lionet iilius and qualities are tho north coast of Africa which Oil canal in the now trade with South and Rio Grande Tho gold fields f if ll at fair prio CJurini the coming week wo will display full Central America in tho cstahlidhmont of probably most accessible by way of lie will lonow until encomiumn Hoys Clothimr representing the leadlines of Mens and American steamship liues these states tho latter points which are only a Danish ship which can bo induced ing and best manufacturers in the United States and also have special interests and these ninety miles from thoni and 100 to convey him homeward Europe We will forfeit our reputation of thirty interests will not always coiiHMit to he Judging from tho young mans We have nevother routes The years standing in Lexington without representation at Washington- - shorter than JJlulV City experiences upon the subject his to keep our promises heretofore er failed stage runs by way of Hknmamin Hauwsov to increase iinportenee of the construction of Utah which is now tho nearest vicissitudes have tended The his zeal and you the best Mens Suit at 5 of settlement rather than diminish the Nicaragua ship canal us means That wo will sell promoting commerce between our Mates he hopes to reach Copenhagen you tlie Dost Men s aim ai jpiw That we will sell Found in Indiana with foreign countries and also a and An Hoiross certainly within eight months Tluit we will sell outhe best Mens Suit at lo intrihiiiimi lv Americans to tho cuter- Some two weeks ago Mark Mey terpriscs which advance the interests of Y Thinks Farming tho Bost Work That we will sell vou the best Mens Suit at 2 attorney of Albany the world of civilization should commend orn an Men Suit at 2o Farming with diligence and good of That we will sell you the best the project to government amiroval and sent a letter to thep postmaster r best business T indorsemen- t- itoviu Uuatiani J5ra7ll IllU llSKIIlg lor iimnnuiiiwu management is the DEPARTMENTS The Hon K C Odendahl presi- Â¬ regarding Minnie Coopur the last know of and am glad to say our TAILORING MERCHANT OUR dent New Orleans board of trade descendant of tho Cooper family fanners are improving in their says who was heir to an estato valued at methods and their industry to-I or the hoard an observing farmer say The immediate- construction between 50000 and 75000 Come ami make your selections early by Americans is an Nicaragua canal The letter was published and dav that as a class iney wore zayo aliMiluto necessity for tho future prosMrs Sam McCoskey of Staunton better oil in this country than thoy perity of the United States To pass were tfiroo years ago They are t tim linmU of it waitinir willinc for upon seeing the notice stated that She generally out of debt and own good eign power melius war and commercial she was tho missing heir Obstructionists went to Brazil when she was two stock and good implements Jfa disaster to this nation wife every loyal citimust stand aside Ut years old Shortly after her mother healthy man with a healthy nam United States stand by U rover zen of the died and she was adopted by Sam hai a good littlo tarni unit is LEADlXCr CLOTHIERS and FIXE TAILORS Cleveland in his earnest advocacy of this mil Wnnvnr with whom she lived fur ho bus a Lood chance for hap great enterprise and pray that the crown I shall never when piness as anybody KENTUCKY and glorv of his coming administration until she was 17 years old LEXINGTON under sho married McCoskey a miner of cease to cherish the memory of my will he tlie Nicaragua canal placed the absolute control of the United States Staunton Sho wrote immediately farming life And now when the will give at- Â¬ to Albany and has received a reply children gather around the firosido Trusting that you tention to this important matter that gave her assurance that she they love to rocall and relato tho trials and tribulations tho pleas- Â¬ we are dear sir was the heir desired ures and delights of the ton years Yours very truly Moonshining in Chicago Clfmn they lived upon the farm They Hblm Jlitici A moonshiner doing business in work d hard and mado good crops itfvvii U Yoii And a good lamp Com tho heart of Chicago was discovered and mixed a littlo sport with their N MoltltlS Tnirv when it is not simple it is must be His still is located m a bride House labors and kept everything lively Chas F IlrinKiN good J Almost every night not FltANK N llAHTWKIL which stands in the square not live and cheerful much but to see i if words mean t blocks from the Grant monument wo had music ami neighbors would l mnrc InrriMV All Hill ii wm prcs Grover Sends His Photo drop in to enjoy it I listened to in Lincon Park on touch and seauue ss ami inday a seventh neighborhood around them last night as tney aitornaieii Tho entire On last election Like A addin it son was born to J II Shulte of the little distilerv is of the most with each other in refreshing mem s indeed a woncienui iwM of He was named exclusive kind Tho little house ories Hill Arp I Norwood Ohio I VI old t tVf- - tlinn rfic lie it Cleveland in honor of the has never been occupied by but 0 rover Idahos Now Diamond Field auspicious event that marked the one man and he and his habits Interest in tho diamond discov- I lav of his birth and a letter was have long been a matter of much i ftl AT Mill fflflll llitf iBPC New York Clly dispatched to the presilont oloci curiosiiy Of late no attention orv does not aoaie inoro in huh t i the ii varieties from Mr0 mo niauur a a a iimai un m - notifying him of the fact Recently has been paid to the man and it much skepticism anout being cau Â¬ IS Odium reasons for Mr Schulte received an answer was only by accieent that his little and many a still was dfscovored tious still exist There is much In the envelope was incioseo very good evidence that tho stones ii Phvltmil Iwnralso Could Not Do Without It found aro real diamonds ho wr bin mitoirranh on its tnen they exist in much evidence that Kitchkx O Dec 28 letter was written by the stenograhe took Sir Enclosed find 100 for your large quanitios but soinany dis Â¬ nher of Mr Cleveland but 1 could Ilw paper for another year crepancies appear in various stories ii it his pen to aim a now uuwm- v not think of doing without it told that cautious people are - t i pasf fHlckorr 3rovo Farm homo nhoto The letter reads 22 1802 When 1 get homesick and bmesomo inclined to reservo judgomoiit Nkw York Dec Norwood O My it is liko getting a letter from many To 7 H Schultz in a very hihul iiihu inu or S Dear Sir I am gratified to know that friends and I am very anxious doubt will be removed ono way or with thrco applications you are bringing up so many Democratic every week to get it This is a tho other for many parties aro you OINTMENT miiih and finite airree with you that phriiifinii community and I have visiting tho fields and stones are be able to trace wiu ummuv I am many friends and neighbors but 1 being sent away for examination the Democratic column your youngest often wish for my old Kentucky by persons who have no objoct in d to know that I hone ho will A Boibo City iMinwv 1 lirtil I send my re Â¬ deceiving any ono HVJUW JunJU home and friends Wl joy he aiJ and comfort to you ami gards to you and those who read real Cstate firm havo iinporlod an nlwav PA tiw that his life may lie long anil prosperous Tub HkhaiI export from the eupt to nmko an iiiwiii the iuclfbcd photograph on a W I KII1J MBHMHanwuiv ii Yours respectfully exanuuaiioii ddvi hu jinwom Vr ruly yours behalf of Majiv C Evans gone to Roiso that being tho best w niiLkiivh the Cin- Tf point and being as near tho fields J il llll fiuTim Inrv lit Littlo Hock Ark as any other phtco ho can pur oinnati Enquirer that fMiiL Tjkt in tho case of Prof R A Clark of i i Winchester Tein against the Tho Owingsvillo Opinion haa this less than JWUwu aii Ir Hjm mturnod a to say of Roncu familiRr faco about - rilimd do is to miiKO mo wnnlinirl Hazel Green Tho wifo of John Â¬ j - tup Tm him 20000 damages for the loss Davis tho denizon of Happy HolII i iI ii are talUlnj ol tlf Ment Tariff lfmi Ac but tlui ladle Counting ill his salary aim f iiiH wile in u collision on mo low who was in jail hero Honiotiiuo in ey can buy It from expenses Prcsi- - rom aHt May Hinco charged with wifo boating TCw his allowances j Monday asking assiH W I was in town dent Harrison will havo rocoiyuuQmom iuj 870hh Lood to ive oniy n iiiimmo tanco in order to got bRck to Ten from tho govermoiit exactly H tiinn R isnt for vou and nessee Mrllfllllllve the luwat mi iimt SOO when lie snaw iinvo r 11 ito lay plans weve nothing to do i w Ill make priera fr1I1 1OUS0 On Mlircn I lnrn illt mlllfil tiMIIV MOCK M OOnrr ulilto Now is h good time to Hiibecribe A vr hroiiRiii i u- o- l ii line if FiirnUunj et koimIh ml 4111 i but to obey and trust w JlOBINSON uvv ran bo lNl at WIclWiMjr juur- got nrlcw before buyliiriiswl e lmfrmw Soithern Utah Gold Fields The Greatest Effort OTXFt LIVES YBR 1OT4 IB II History0fLexington J- T 1 1 1 Louis G us Straus DlSFUWltoil Â¬ Â¬ 93 li 1 1 1 4 j - i i 1 Â¬ L C STRAUS U - -fc Â¬ Seeing is Believing - KS - W - -- -- i I M w The Rochester t- I ym I s ii if I 1 I 2loar 4 - 1 wnb MIINNS I imfm ks5stSlP fajete J - wrtlJ iir 1 h-b- -iy - - 1 1 BesU iuixu rT 1 i - W 3eloTi30 fi t iu ll 4 J M TIaz61 H Green t Herald Publlshor SPENCER COOlEU UAZEL QUEEN i KY NEW ENGLAND DEACONS Th or Wern High In Authority In tlio Olilon Time Tn the old inooUnfr liouso of Now En Â¬ next1 to the pulpit waH the Iojicohb pew It wns nonr tho pulpit n foot or two above tho level of tho niccting Iioubo floor and contained Hcvcral liiffh bacltod chairs and a table or a broad swinging shelf for uso at the commun Â¬ ion service In it wit veneniblo men who had charge of the church poor and of tho prudential concerns of tho parish Next to tho parson they wore tho most respected persons of the parish In Bristol Conn a sinpular local Â¬ -- gland tlio most conspicuous object custom obliged tho deacons while in tho meeting house to wear starched white linen caps Among the minor duties of the deacons of the olden time were visiting and praying with tho sick the calling at houses of church members to hear tho children say the catechism and the reporting to the pastor of petty offenses They also had charge of the vessels used in the communion service they provided the sacramental wine and bread and watched that no one but an accepted communicant partook of the sacred emblems Tlio author of The Sabbath in Iuri tan New England mentions a custom which prevailed in several New England churches that made it the duty of the deacons to walk up and down tlio aisles of tho church ut tho close of each service and deliver to overy per- Â¬ son who in their judgment was fitted to commune a metal check which en- Â¬ titled him at tho next celebration of the Lords supper to join In the sacted ordinance On the communion Sablmth it was tho deacons duty to see that everyone who presented himself at the Lords table had this cheek and to collect It from the communicant before passing to him the bread and wine Tho deacons took charge of the church contributions In his IMttino Dealing Lech ford a lawyer who lived In lloston from NWS to 10 tl describes the manner of contributing in the ihurch of that town after the minister bad preached llaptism being ended follows tho contribution one of tho deacons saying Urotliron of tho congregation now there Is time left for contribution whereof as 3od has prospered you so freely offer The magistrates and chief gentle Â¬ men first and then tho elders and all the congregation of them and most of them that are not of the church all single persons widows and women in absence of their husbands came up one after another one way bringing their offering to tho deacon at his seat and put It Into a box of wood for the purpose If It be money or papers If it be any other chattel they set or lay It down before the deacons and so pass on to their seats again In the early days the churches had few psalm books and this gave rise to tho custom of lining or deaconing the psalm The pastor announced the psalm to be sung the deacon then read It lino by line and as each Hue was given out the eongreation sang it It Is possible though not probable that from that custom has come the mercantile phrase which describes a barrel of apples or a keg of butter In which tho top layer Is the best as Tho slang word may have deaconed originated from a custom and not from tho reputation of Now England dea Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ to make thtjreioru good tiough speeches modesty Is ono of Depcws Orgitim strong points was of no ourthly serv Â¬ The Chicago I liter Ocean under tho ice as and that a manager ncad of Uurchard and Carnegie en- Â¬ iliitt on tho contrary was expert deavors to show that Andrew Csfrncgle and experienced as a politician Do Â¬ IJlalnc had pe W thinks he did his speeches in great was tho Uurchard of 18UJ his Uurchard Harrison his Carnegie and wo may recall that ho it walls and goes on to say that as it shape wildcat withdrew his eulogy of talked is an open question whothor Uurchard con- Â¬ was u blunder heels or ou assassin ho Cleveland pictured anarchy and over- Â¬ fusion It may bo so whothor Carnogio really throw in tho event of Harrisons accldency praised wanted protection continued or over- Â¬ Whitelaw Hold that political no end of aud emitted thrown Carnegie it says must have ho was on known when ho precipitated the rhetorical rubbish While as ho calls tho stump llrother Piatt Homestead diflleulty that ho was doing Hi Mr Harrison and tho republican party him was running the machine baud was on tho lover and ho ran right the greatest possiblo injury therefore Into Tho cnglno simply a landslide Mr Carnegie desired free iron and freo plunged Into tho obstructions and wo steol This Is pleading tho baby act with a all know the result Wo all do know the result and It Is vengeance It docs not require a very long memory to recall how persistently none tho less acceptable in that It will the republican organs argued that make a permanent retirement from there was absolutely no polities in tlio political activities of tho so called big Homestead incident Whatever may four of Now York Warner Miller be tho truth about the contribution of may return to the building of his Nic aragua canal Hiscock will bo dropped knows nothing about It It la a beau- Â¬ Co to the repub Carnegie Frlck from the senate and Piatt and Depcw tiful death to die by rushing down lican campaign fund there is no con troversy over the point that toward the may go on to their hearts content It from a great height The patient seems to bo a comet or a meteor flying athwart the blue sky aud then he sinks REPUBLICAN HINDSIGHT IS UNIMPAIRED into oblivion aa if ho had fallen into a sea of cliloroform and roses and if tho fall Li long enough ho never knows any Â¬ thing more and nothing worries him c aii tvoRKNCMEN again to all eternity kf THOSE A EDITORIAL f00M5 Tho NmmeloM Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE BU v HARDj OF 1802 titntporlnfc of ItGpullciin hinting that lffowwns an lyator and In Olrion Timet Pcoplo overlooked tho importanca of t maneatly beneficial effects and wors bii A 8Tnt la RwiUerUud Clalma The llod with transient action but now tht u Vory Enjoyable Are 1a goneralJy known that Syrup of FIm win Prof Helm of Zurich supplies the permanently euro habitual constlnatir Bclentlflc press with an article upon wolMnfqrmpd neoplo will not buy ntffi falls According to him the man who laxntlvoi which act for a tlmo but unalv injuro tho system falls from a tremendous height has tho most enjoyable time Imaginable till ho Do not ask n fugitive how hVime stops If ho could fall forever it would Ask him how ho Is going offD mm bo better than paradise no Buffers no News pain ho Is not frozen with terror as is WB will Rlvo 100 reward for nm i commonly supposed yet ho Is perfectly catarrh that cannot bo cured with Hiii Catarrh Cure Taken Internal awnro of what is happening P J Cuexet Co Proprs Toledo 0 Timo seems to pass very slowly as ho Â¬ goes down and ho thinks of many sub v Cook Laconic Pkoposai No jects Thcro nrc pleasant sounds in his Piano I Mina PlicgenUolJliL eariv probably caused by tho whizzing tor of the air as ho goes by Ho knows per Â¬ fectly well that thcro will presently bo a tremendous thud and n violent pause but ho regards tho prospect with abso- Â¬ lute composure and rather looks at it from an outside standpoint aa if it were some ono else who was going to come down with that thud and that ho was going to stand by and sec the fun When the stoppage docs come ho FEELINGS DURING A FALL IN BOOQLE MNA 7 I1 v L052 VZ K WA ictijcrf lklCIl had MM y H A7e K raMV I i rz2jmuzjuu v r ykf IWK V ti in Children of Mr and Mrs M M Soller Altoonn Pa s kv vjrw i of THE fft f J c Daily ncriDLii ni Emanatim F IF TlirRE HAD n 8EENN0hicaco HtlU SS V7 1 79 r TV -- U KFU V 5 7S r W W rv ri X inilAT VVjr rUF rJflefc TP Jf -- v wf X U V J l v 1 AND INCEPTED TliC JfjNOMlNATION Tu yy ViVvT j - jc 1 HflU pec swl if rii vmILU cat had V unrnfffJAOVERY --II-- AND THIS TICERSO MUCH ALIVE VfrtY vv irTHTluTHAUf BUN MOQE f mJJ M - v Aas ium y vv rsnF oejvhu s r i vwAf i r ii i r ic tup M cop nnnn AUSTRAL HAD PLACEI n a I n j f i v jl f X on ni CANV5SfRFo IP THE m On tWn sr 7 I ANj BAllUJ y Llf rsy foJ VrTNJr fAHMtjL SnnfT 1 C V LOST HI5 VOiCfc m l xmltewfi I K VW MyMJAi r- UIS lftll nwi- v F t 1 tsv - f i b wj uwnirT5L0 rhiciv vw ncir u - rc r MO fes -rr JAM ft ai ALONt -- WCA7 - f UIKKKUENT rz snfi Pa0M a m ft r v ti time Wo think Hood SarMiparllln Is tho mojtTaln There nro eeveral places along tho nbto medlclno on tho nmrkvt for blood and tkla buast which nrc pointed out as the site dlsofises Our two children mirrored terribly nlththt of tliis imaginary city and tho Usher Wor9t Form of Eczema men hare many strange tales to tell of for two year Wo had throo physlclaas In that It According to them the tips of tho tlmo but neither of them succeeded In curing tbem little spires of the churches may be seen in orornn moving them nnud in nrelief At last w month both cbll tried Hoods Snrmpjrllla tho hollow of the waves when thosoa is dron wero perfectly cured Wo recommend rough while during a calm tho music of their bells ringing out the hymn ap appropriatc to the day rises nbovo tho ns n stnndnrd family moillclna and would notba waters Mil and Mas M M SOUUU U12 2nd without it I often fancy that I have at the bot- Â¬ Arenuo Altoona ln tom of my heart the city of Is with ita HOODS rirIS cure Hror UK constipation bells calling to prayer a recalcitrant biliousness jaundice sick headache Indigestion congregation At times I halt to listen DRKI LM to those gentle vibrations which seem as if they came from Immeasurable depths like voices from another world Since old age Wgan to steal over mo I havo loved more especially during tho reposo which summer brings with it to gather up those distant echoes of a vanLshud Atlantis I IMAGINARY TOWN The Vanished City or I of Ancient Brit- Â¬ tany The beautiful allegory of which so pathetic a use was mudc by M Renan in his Recollections of My Youth is thus translated in the English edition of that work the translation being re- Â¬ vised by Mme Rennn One of tho most popular legends in Rrittany Is that re- Â¬ lating to on imaginary town called Is which is supposed to have been swal- lowed up by the sea at somo unknown AN Both Had Eczema tn It9 Worst Form After Physicians Failed Sarsa2mrtlla Perfectly Cured JToodi from diseases caused by impure blood and for which there seems no cure This is turned to joy when Hoods Sarsaparilla is resorted to for it cxpcls the foul humors from the blood and restores the dis- Â¬ eased skin to fresh healthy brightness Read the following from grateful parents Great mental agony is endured by parents who see their children suffering Hoods Sarsaparilla ERS THINUS MHJIll 1IAVB UKBK UilJCUO Herald cons Tho cheap wit which sneers at dea Â¬ cons is contradicted by tho fact that In tho towns and villngesof New England almost every deacon is a trustee or executor or guardian selected by men about to die or appointed by tho pro bate court to look after tho property tot widows and children Millions of Â¬ dollars of trust funds are managed by deacons a fact which confutes tho conventional sneer Youths Compan- Â¬ ion I ho IntorprVitntlon Thoroof Mamma 1 dreamed last night had a fight with a grizzly bear as big as a house and ho toro mo most all to pieces Does It mean anything when you dream llko that Ills Mamma taking him tenderly but firmly across her knee Yos my son It does It means that I know now ex Â¬ actly what became of that plate of cold ham that was left after supper last night Whaekl Whuekl Whack Chicago Tribune Hnttllnir Ui Maid Gentleman wishes to seo you mom Heros his card Miss Fllrtlo Um 1 dont remember Willie thatl He said mem that you was to see him or olso glvo him something of his you had It must bo some ono I met ut tho that tiamo springs last summer Take that box of rings and toll him to pick out his W Y Weekly Mr 8 Q flrubb superintendent t the Salem Ore schools receives a Klary oC a yeavr The principals mmIv from 1750 to 1000 The asalst WOO a yar Mil Out of a force of JUrigr fottr Washer all but Ave are ft I0 - mutual bickerings as to which of them eral Wunumakor sought an Interview is most to bin me for a result upon with Kriek and this Interview which neither had the slightest influ Â¬ republic Â¬ ence Chicago Times by a was heralded paper as relating to that an NOTES AND OPINIONS business There is no room for doubt the republican leaders tried to get that The election is over and tho a contribution from tho Carnegie estab necessity of Candidate Held posing as lishment and did It in so public a man the friend of the workingman is past ner as to imply that they were not Detroit Free Press ashamed of it If the reaction did thorn the an Injury as there is every reason to Old Diin November 8 No Grand Party Ituriul private ilowers Â¬ believe it did they have only themNo hope of a resurrecto blame They had won so long No niournerj selves by means of corruption funds that they tion No nothing Chicago Times Tho proposition that the tariff is had come to boliovo that such means not a tax and that tho foreigner pays wore Irresistible Hut after all Mr Carnegie was not it seems to have been a little more the real llurehurd of the campaign than the American stomach could diThat eminence must bo reserved for gest Indianapolis Son thiol Tho governor of Ohio can scarcely Hon William McKlnley of Ohio It was he that did tho work with his tar Â¬ occupy an easy seat after tho vote of iff bill of abominations A month after no confidence that has been recorded its passage tho people rebuked It with against him in his own state Melvln tho voice of a political earthquake and leylsm was repudiated and never be the sweep of a tidal wave Mr McKln- fore since 18 10 lias tho lhickoyc state ley was not convinced and not dis- even boon in doubt in a presidential Detroit Free Press Ho coolly said that flio people yeur mayed they were about that Tho puerile and absurd plea that did not know what they had not had time enough to appro tho election of Cleveland would destroy clato the beauties of his bill but thut In the business of tho country did nob You may fool two years more they would be madly elect Mr Harrison in love with it Tho party accepted part of the people all of tl time and that view of the matter and readily all of the people part of the time but adopted the MeKlnloy nonsonso about you cant fool all tho people all tho Kansas City Star tho foreigners paying tho tax Two time years of deliberation have not changed Many of tho leading democratic the views of the reoplo upon this ques- aud independent newspapers of the tion The disciples of Mckinley should country unite with the Sentinel In not shrink from tho issue which they urging that an extra session of con Â¬ forced upon their party Carnegie Is gress be hold next spring to repeal tho only a side- issue Molvlnley Is the real McKlnley law and the federal election Uurchard of 1611 Louisville Courlor law and admit Utah New Mexico and Jouriiul Arizona as states Indianapolis Sen Â¬ tinel PLATT AND DEPEW Thcro Is no saying that tho vicA roHt KIectttm War INtwoou Kcpub tory was an accident The triumph liiiiu 1lKurvlniult Mutt lav t on Depow Depew lays has come from a long four years fight have it on Piatt Neither seems to realize for principle and we knows won on principle Democracy that It thut the other had praatloully nothing can win now every time Federalism Â¬ to do with an election where tho peodriven ple were bont no matter what Piatt has been withoutout again and it cannot a now disguise of reenter or Dopew said on elwctlng Grover speclousness--Kansa- s City Times Cleveland Tho triumph of democracy is tho up It Is clear that tho iruco patched botweon tho so called big four of triumph of patriotism over venality Now York and paraded with theatri- and corruption It is triumph of tTio cal oflect at Minneapolis was hollow people over the plutocrats Let tho Not an cato aud dogs but uono tho loss democrats rejoice then Let tho poo with asperity Piatt is charging defeat plo rejoice heartily and in every thing Let the country thank upon Depow and Dopow is charging give thanks defeat upon Piatt Tho gllbbor talker Ood for its deliverances from the Dopew has the later and more plausi- Â¬ hands of the Bpollariil -I- llinois State ble word Ho declare that Piatt iu-- lieff Inter close of the campaign Postmaster Gen Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Delightful CllinuU I think ono of the most interesting groups of islands in the world is the Canaries said a globe trotter recently to a St Louis Globe Democrat man Thoy are but 50 to 100 miles from tho African coast and possess a delightful olhnato They are supposed to bo tlio Fortunate islands of tho ancients Ten erifire the largest of the group Is 00 miles long and 0 broad In the middle of tho broadest part rises t well known peak The natives c it Pi eodo Tcyede It has a double op the higheot being more than 12000 and tho lowest nearly 10000 feet above the level of tho sou Snow remains on tho peaks for about four months in the year Very near tho top of tho highest peak is a great cavern where snow is preserved throughout tho year In tho summer a very curious spectacle may be witnessed In tho Canaries Tho northeast wind which blows from 10 a m to 5 p m produces a denso stratum of sea cloud whosa lower surface is about 4000 feot above the sea Rolow Uiis is another distinct stratum perhaps f00 feot thick tho lower surface being from 2000 to 3500 feet ubove tho level of tho sea Between thoso strata Is a gap of 1500 to 2000 foet tit rough which people apÂ¬ proaching or leaving tho islands may obtain a gllmpso of the mountains THE CANARIES An IutrAUnpr Group of Islnnda with m RboT threat KIDNEY LIVER o 42 BLcAuDRDq nendaeho foul brcntli bour stomaoh heart ura or uysicpsiu eoustlpution Distress nftcr eating pain nntl bloating in tho Btonincli slim tness of breath pnius in tho licnrt A splendid fueling to day Poor Digestion I to morrow nothing eccms to tnsto good tirca sleepless and nil unstrung weakness dcbinty Guarantee Vto contents of Ono Hottle if not ben-efUfdni llT17lHt Will rfllnr1 Vttl llrm Ir til If AS nriiKKthtN 50c Size 100 Size Invalids Ouldo to lloilth free -- Consultation fr Dlt KILMEU Sc CO DlNQUAMTON N Y rvtwT SCVOTCIN ttltN Loss of Appetite and a depressed ono Bile Bens Small Â¬ - Â¬ finishing their education and studying art A strange combination Is it tho latentlon to improve tho morals of tho ladies expecting divorce or to educate the young ladies for divorce candidates Anyhow in gay Paris the pious specu Â¬ lation promises success Guaranteed to cum Plllous Attack Sick A juoer Speculation oacn ITendftohe nud Assumption convent of Paris Iiojj uouie rrico S5cCuuxtlpuilon 40 in The For tuilu by druggists undertaken a strange business specula- Â¬ ricturo 7 17 70 nud ouiplo Uoo freo tion namely tho erection of a lodging J f SMITH A CO PnprUton NEW W house for married women suing for divorce and desirous of withdrawing from their wonted society circles until they shall bo freo again to look for new ties In tho same building rooms will bo rented out to foreign young ladies Â¬ Rm33 Dr Bulls Cough Syrup WSJ5 PAPER GO ITER Qfr iorttye Remedy the equal of Sflf FOR A StLXjlU- HAND 30 INCH SECOND Anson Hardy Power Gutter CAN EASHST BE CHANGED TO A HAND MACHINE U1X3X33F13BIBMS Â¬ PerrnanentCuTc of Frcmpr ajjd A N Kellogg Newspaper CHICAGO IJLI Co I jl f SSpsrezy fiyiwTcaa CHAPTER I klinkitn-Iclink-kllnkl HjiVV By tfjmyo MiueFj w one Ma fomy nml j no j information or of much n LINK KLIXK ncs across the division necded river between klinkitn the warring sections Less marked in outer seeming while chimed the hoofs type WM 1cr companion over the frozen road as the horses above vigorous and gallant of mien dashed on through rown his rough gray coat and coarse Kor Evnn Fuuntl the night likenumv another had left the luxury It was a rough road too curving of the old homestead to cast his lot ns aimlessly through ipriun Tlllor undcr thc fflli1n f Coolness in peril frost crisped under- punctuated norso by two bad wounds before brush here there ds stretching into iwy nineteenth birthday had gained the higher promotion than favorite reaches under bare scoutno to long straight that blond bearded cavalier armed trees that seemed to point warn who was his idol Jeb Stuart ing fingers to the steely cold sky over- Â¬ It is -troincrto snow Vvnn n -- i head HIV till said abruptly I lmvo f0it three stray was midwinter of ISM that For it in niiuiu my nose already If it dime imposed rest in the grapple for should life or death of the blue and gray If it should Ill order a camp Cousin giants still watching in eager crouch on Caro the boy broke in with a laugh either side of that world noted river You shant get your little feet wot A moony haze that was not light yet even for I promised Gen Jeb Id see loomed up objects of near distance in you safe at the Ferry or never claim a pgantesquo dimness lay over the land chevron lint it aint snow U ugli and the east wind sweeping across the its too deuced cold the youngster add broad Potomac paused an instant to ed throwing his cape higher about his touch its lips to her cold waves then ears Dont you mind it Cousin Caro mounted the southern bank with new Not a bit the girl responded cheer Â¬ chilled breath from the caress to swirl ily But we reem to go no slowly Oh about the riders pressing onward in Evan if daybreak catch us before we seeming defiance of its efforts make the landing what will I do An oddly mated pair these were for They expect me over there hthI if T time and place like this A tall lithe miss this trip theres no knowing ichen female form clad in heavy riding habit I can get back And poor little Fair Â¬ and cape of coarse gray cloth soldiers fax so needs morphia and quinine and soft slouched hat drawn close over the many another too Capt Charlton brow long gauntlets covering hands warned me that had inn practiced grasp on the Capt Charlton lies a fine mentor reins that cheeked a powerful roan too Fauntleroy broke inwith a vicious horse her companion a shinty soldier dig of spurs that sent the black ahead seemingly in the wrap of his gray over-Â¬ with a great bound And he asked coat his slouched hat trailing a long the general for the honor of escorting black plume and high thigh boots resti- Â¬ you to the ferny he added pulling ng lightly in long stirmps that swayed tho horse down to even stride again to each stride of his black horse A nice escort hed be Dont know a Had the light been stronger and had foot of the road and if a Yank popped curious observer been a possibility on a cap hed be t such a night on that lonely trail of the Your superior officer still Private neutral ground in time of llagrant war Fauntleroy Carolyn Clays voice cut the womans face would have challenged in coldly Discipline seems lax about closer scrutiny The clear cut high- Â¬ cavalry headquarters to judge by the bred features wero lit bv larcro irrav way your tongue wags eyes that glinted out watchful and res-Â¬ Yes hes my superior officer he olute and the firm set lips were full Cm woods full of such su- Â¬ sneered curved denoting sensitiveness ns well periors as character If discipline cannot pray let court Â¬ Such curious observer too might have noted that the rough esy curb your tongue Capt Charlton is habit clung about a figure not too full my friend Miss Clay retorted quietly but of most symmetric curves that the coz Im dumb All righ Kvan gauntlets covered hands as long and answered good naturedly again taper as they seemed firm and nervous Nothing could induce mo to say ono that the heavy coils of ruddj gold hair word about your friend not even that beneath the semi military hat shone hes tho best friend Tom Charlton smooth and glossy even in that wind And suiting Hello pull up quick For Carolyn Clay was one of those action to word the cavalryman threw women developed only by his rein into his right hand reached eras such as the brothers war with his left for the ladys bit as ho a beauty and petted belle fickle glib of drew his own horse almost on its tongue and light in dance a very mis- Â¬ haunches Hut the practised horse tress of societys sword play who could woman was quicKcr tnan lie aim me at need rise to heights of heroism and first glimpse of dark shadows looming even do deeds to shame a soldier at thc roadside tightened her pull on Good blood and proud straight the bit and the strong stride of the coursed from veins of lordly settler on roan fell into a canter a trot then a virgin soil named for the queen was walk before the clear Halt Who goes thar rang out on tho night not six yards ahead V- Fauntleroy S sh Let me talk J Theyro Yanks whispered softly Tho horses None of ours so high up were at a dead stand pawing drawled the Who bo ye uns sentry now in mid road with musket YcU bet- Â¬ Answer quick levelled MAtrQlTIKT ALONO TUB POTOMAC vLlT lt Â¬ Â¬ unsoldierly question I am trying tomuke Hockleys Land Â¬ ing in time to catch the boat across to- Â¬ night the girl answered frankly I v iO Una of Hamptons division Miss Clay ho raid All the army of northern Vir- Â¬ ginia kimwt your name and bravo deeds And if I an nit mi taken this is a young fvvjut v h has tili ady wen his spurn and tho title of Fo lie stopped abruptly but Ernn broko in with a merry huigh FirUdi it Yes 1 am Fool FauntleÂ¬ roy but I hope not such a fool as I look sir Thin is my cousin Miss Clay and we Virginians are always proud to know I InmptoniMnen Always Mr Greene Carolyn Clay added Hut why are you down so near thc river Wo had no Idea of meet Â¬ ing one scout far less a picket on this trail la any movement expected from Avcrill Possibly for aught I know to tho contrary miss the Carolinian an Â¬ swered quietly All I do know Is that we were ordered on advance picket duty at dawn with strict orders to respect no passes going south Wo are to have no fires or lights men not even to smoke ho added to Fauntleroy Somethings up then beyond doubt the scout answered Marse Hob dont play freeze with his boys this time o year for fun Ill hunt it up on my own account when I drop you at thoViver Cousin Caro The river Yon are bound across Miss Clay tho Carolinian asked anx- Â¬ iously adding quickly Pardon my Hut forownrncd is forcarncd Ho wheeled his horso and halted be hind a tree ns Miss Clay with intuitive tactics turned hers Into tho underbrush Theres only oaa Eran whlsper4 quietly If hes a Yank hes not af ter us HOME oleaned HINTS AND HELP I r j t - j i rvtft wnwr Â¬ rAjv YOU SKKJI TO KKKI I fa have no knowledge Avcrill the girl answered con- Â¬ fidently Hunter and Kilpatrick are watching West Virginia we know that at Stuarts headquarters also that Avcrill was closeted with tho secretary of war at Washington last Wednesday and cavalry was massing at Harpers Ferry and above on Thursday Evan the scout who had fallen to the renr as tho officer joined tho lad drew closer up us she continued did Capers say than this trail You are a good soldier Miss Clay the Carolinian replied gazing through the gloom at the cool speaker in somo wonderment Hut have never men Â¬ tioned Gen Averills namo nor do I really know anything bej ond 1113 own orders at last dawn Your idea is not an impossible one for I do not supposo the general would havo sent us on a picnic but whom or what he expects I vanced since Ho stopped abruptly but not beforo the girls quick perception caught tho idea So you nr expecting Avcrill sho said quietly Let mo see he would have to cross at Washingtonor above If ho bo out for a raid ho would not force march his horses over such roads so wo should make the Ferry long before his scouts could meet us Hesides ho would take tko lower road It Is better dent whisper at tho shadowy shape In the haze opposite Theres only ono of him If hes a Yank leave him to me Dont you shoot Mammas a widow and you might make her an or-Â¬ phan tool All right yon goose Miss Clay whispered back as quietly rs though consenting to givo him a turn In tho germnn When wo get back to head Â¬ quarters Ill mnko you shoot a match with me before the staff Listen Hes callinir res calllncr me Evnn broke in I wonder whats up Its tho lieutenants voice and ho drew Into tho road as tho hoof beats came clearer and tho legion offi- Â¬ cer galloped ut I thought Id visit my ndvanco pick- Â¬ et he snld to Evan Carolyn Clay fan Â¬ cied a trine anxiously so I spurred up to overtake you Youro both better mounted than I and a voice carries so I feared to yell They may havo adÂ¬ opposito and faced thc road S stl cox called tho scout in stri Â¬ that the cavalry ut Averills WKII IOSTKI STUAUTS HKAnQlWrTKJlS AT Harpers was have a young brother slowly dying in Richmond for want of medicine and tonics and I am going to bring them over to him if God lets me Mount Mr Fauntleroy the officer ordered brielly I am but delaying you Miss Clay and you have many a mile to cover in the next two hours I said I knew nothing beyond my orders all a soldier has the right to know Hut any reasoning creature may think I suppose and I do think Mr Scout you had best be very watchful as you near one at the fork roads the other the advance at Ireshams farm That far ho paused and whispered a word in the this parole will pass you scouts ear safely After that your own eyes and horses legs must do the rest Good Â¬ night and good fortune Miss Clay He hesitated an instant May I shake hands with you All our corps honors your bravery and regards you as a comrade And Carolyn Clay Surely you may frankly extended tho little gauntlet We over the neck of her pawing roan regard the Palmetto boys as comrades known or not Thank you sincerely for jour warning too Well keep our eyes well front rest assured Good by Loosing tho taut rein Miss Clay let the eager roan lxnind forward as Mun son gloomily stepped out of the road and came to a carry like a spectral sen- Â¬ try through the mist Mco fellow that Cousin Caro Evan said ehirpily as he ranged along- Â¬ All those Legion fellows are I side guess Hello that is snow sure enough Felt it on my nose tho lady answered I hopo it is briefly Well thats charitable to You do the poor devils on dark picket Miss Clay I had forgotten them the girl re-Â¬ I was onlj thinking that It plied would moderate in snow and then tho river would not freeze before I could get back Yes that is snow one two three u dozen lakes have struck my cheek Enviable snow laughed her comWould I were a finke upon panion that nose If I might touch that check Thats as protty a paraphraso as Capt Charlton my superior officer could make Hello ho suddenly interrupted himself as his quick right hand whipped a revolver from Its holster and his left pulled the black down to a slow canter were followed Lieut Greene said ho didnt know lie turned in his saddle bending low over tho emp to listen intently tho click of tho pistol lock sounding sharp on thc nlr Tho girl steadied herhorsos strido with easy pull of her left hand and her right also slipped a revolver from tho holster at her pommel Pursuing hoofs certainly rang ont from tho frozon roadlwhind drawing noaror and newer Â¬ Â¬ the Ferry My pickets run toGrantleys storm-and-stre- ss J tliiwwW Mostly Averills some raw recruits and a Pennsylvania Dutch regiment the scout answered formally Hut Gen Jeb doesnt believo they mean to move over such roads Neither do I he added with delightful nssuruncc Its only a feint Tho legion trooper looked from girl to scout in profound nmuzc Then ho said bluntly You certainly seem to keep well posted at Stuarts headquarters We certainly do sir Evan replied naturally Thats Gen lobs business The cavalry arc the eyes of thc army Hut in Hamptons not even a troop captain knows a thing while you seem to discuss Discuss You hear tho lieutenant Cousin Caro Evan broke in with a low Why sir I would be currying laugh Private Fauntleroys horse at H com Â¬ panys rope one hour after I said I think or I believe to the general He wants what we know says Urn urn sometimes generally only points to the tent door Tho general was a regular hir and the scout that dis cussed with him would discuss tuck the next day in plnce of headquarters lux- Â¬ uries bacon and corn pone Â¬ French gold ornaments may Imi by rubbing them with a soft brush that has been dipped into a mix- - turo of ten drops of ammonia and a pint of water Dry in a soft Hnon cloth and polish with ulmmola skin Detroit Frcu Press To restore faded gray and slate colored fabrics rlntlie breadths ajart brush thb widths perfectly freesfrom dust Savo somo tea leaves for two or threo days also whatovor lea Is left over then boll well all togotherifaad1 strain Put tho goods in this ami boil flvo minutes Take out andrihso in warm water thoroughly Run through ti wringer and hang up to dry Iron on tho wrong sldo beforo thoy como too dry Detroit Frco Press Cocoa Cocoa is preferred by most people to chocolate If yqu vrlshto makoonly onb cupful in a anortitlmej mix two even teaspoonfuls of cocoa with enough cold milk to make a paste put in a teacup and fill up with boiling milk but a better way Is to allow about one and a half teaspoonfuls for each person mix with cold milk wit some milk over tho fire In a doublo ket Â¬ tle and when boiling hot add a llttla sugar to the cocoa paste and stir Into tho milk let it cook n minute take from thc fire and serve with plain cream or whipped cream N Y Obsorvor Hecfstcak Smothered in Onions Fry brown four slices of salt pork when brown tako out the pork and put in six onions sliced thin fry about ten minutes stirring all tho time thou tako out all except a thin layer and upon this lay a slice of steak then a layer of onions then a layer of steak and cover thick with onions dredgo each layer with pepper suit and flour pour over this one cupful of boiling water and cover tljrht simmer half an hour when you dish place tho steak in the center of tho dish and heap onions around It servo tho same vegetables as for broiled steak Hoston Herald A hard candy that Is slmplo but good Is made by meltiug the sugar In a sauce pan at the back of the ran go or stove and stirring it well when It be Â¬ gins to melt All movements must bo very brisk to keep tho sugar from burn Â¬ ing as no water is used Tho sugar may bo either brown or granulated This is more troublesome to make than many other candles but It Is tho do light of children and not at all to bo despised by their elders Tho crown- Â¬ ing point of its attractions is a liberal supply of peanuts crushed with tho rolling pin after their skins have been removed Delicious is the verdict of youthful enthusiasm on this con Â¬ necting link between cooked and un Â¬ cooked candy It is very crisp and cloar looklinr and breaks with a snap Har- Â¬ pers Hazar FASHIONS LATEST FANCIES -- New Mima TO UP CONTINUKI THE WORLD MADE OF SALT A flermiui Mitm Ovnr 4000 Ioct Hoop IS wltli Xo Apparent ICml II XL V s 1 tWJJUJs jt jzmnti nijrs r soldi jr tho sentry Evan slung himself from saddle as UMitlv us the cramp from cold per mitted and strode briskly towards tho with thc countersign Friends cheerily responded the cavalryman add Â¬ ing lower to his companion Hy fove theres no Yank in that tongue Nor Clina or Im no scout Wall dismount one frcn and vancc with thc countsign solemnly replied ter halt who qoks thvr0 i the night wind brought to Miss ays cheek and her lissome- figuro jWd upon occasion straighten into a utcur 119 rigid as that becoming tho Jat resorts of nnto bcllum had with tho namo of the brilliant ttuug giri who had stood tho social Paigns of two preceding seasons h never ono reported repulse far j capitulation yet had tied to her wariot scores of noted captives rescuo my staff and her Miss Carolyn Clay of r no rescue Nor had thc two years escort navo permission to pass oil posts and 01 war known her less well in tho pickets In this military district Myotics of tho capital when winters j e ii STtunT Major General Â¬ nanding tho paper back the lieuul and snow bado even JJcllona stay raised his cap Jrcl dreadful work in the hospitals tenant advanced and Btrowing tho path of summers SrSHKut Greene -t- h North Caro- ttlej ven it was said Jn more than Cramer toff Washington and Haltiniorc equally th Virginias capital and her noted Kf ia hundred carls called tho Steady Munson advancing out of the shadows tenant Thurillcr a woman ut tho roadside night liko this he muttered on a undcr his breath adding aloud Who arc you friends th Virginia Private H company to Gen Stuarts cavalry attached scouts Evan replied promptly sure of his man Have you passes mi nnvnin mnn for reply extended a paper which tho officer swinging hisÂ¬ pocket lantern scanned curiously reading half aloud Halt again commanded tho latter Leftonant Greene ns wo uns aint got no countbign on this yoro picket yod And tho better come an git ityoself sounded clear in click of the gun lock the frosty air lieu- Â¬ Near tho village of Spenrcnberg about twenty miles from Herlin Germany is situated tho deepest salt mine In tho world At last accounts It was 4104 feet deep tho first 1200 feet being 10 feet in diameter It was begun in thc year 1809 gor ernment authorities having charge of the work tho avowed purposes of tho work being to ascertain the exact thick Â¬ ness of the rock salt vein known to ex Â¬ ist beneath tho gypsum substrata abounding in that vicinity Tho salt rock was reached beforo tho shaft had passed tho 5100 foot level but tho size of the mammoth shaft was not lessened until it had reached a depth of nearly one fifth of a mile after which tho boring was continued with an auger bit thirteen inches in diameter When tho boring wns discontinued at tho depth of 4104 feet nOOO feet of which wns puro rock salt the end of the nuger blt was cutting away on tho sa Â¬ line deposit which is still of unknown thickness 1 pale blue cloth embroidered with very narrow black braid there was a band of tho same around tho bottom of tho skirt and a wide belt and neck band The appearance of tho gown was sim- Â¬ ple but charming Tho muff cape and hat sots will be unusually popular this winter A green velvet set has tho cape or moro properly speaking collar laid In full plaltf brought to a V in front This Is edgce with sable A tiny muff likowise edged with tho fur has little beads for orna mentation sot among loops of ribbon Tho soft velvet turban has tails ant heads to correspond with tho muff Kosccolorcd veils aro suggested as bo coming for winter wear adding ono more to tho list of colors permissible nowadays In faco coveringa Whito gloves with black stitching aro worn stylishly with ovcnlng dresses in which black enters as a trimming and also with all black toilettes Chicago Times gown but very effective Hraid embroidery is again popular and a protty dress ornamented after this fashion was of black diagonal made with a yoked bodico and short open zouave Tho joko was made of A pretty trimming is a band of ribbon brought up under tho arm on each side in front and fastened on tho chest with a largo bow without ends at the back it is either taken up to tho neck and tied in a smaller bow or clso tho two ends of ribbon nro joined a llttlo abovo the waist arranged in two or thrco rosette like folds and then allowed to fall straight to tho edge of tho skirt Feathers and huge velvet bows aro the trimming of every hat though ono never sees two hats alike IMrds aro worn but little this season Numerous and tiny ruffles on after- Â¬ noon gowns are quite tho thing In Par Is A gown from that city has no other trimming than four rufiles on tho skirt four rufiles back and front on tho waist which run across and meet four rufiles on each sleeve A ribbon belt tics at tho side in a long bow It is a simple 2nthorctl from Kvnrywlmro for fall nml Winter t Fortune 1rown nc of the Melbourne newspapers says that awhile ago n woman there same day two btylishly dressed young women were shown into her drawing room and wero treated ns callers until they remarked that they had cbmo in advertised for two housemaids Tho answer to tho advertisement Thoy ex- Â¬ plained that their father had recently lost his property and cpnsoquently they found it necessary to tako situations When asked If they could wait at table thoy replied Well yes we can wait but wo would rather not as we might muut a lot of friends Dont lo Too Critical Whatever you do nevor sot up for a critic I do not mean a nowBpUpor ono but in prlvnto life in the domestic cir- Â¬ cle If you dont like any onos noso or object to anyones chin dont put your feelings Into words If any ones manners dont please you emember your own People aro not all made lo suit one taste recollect that Take things as you find them unless you can niter them for the hotter Continual fault finding continual criticism of the conduct of tills one and tho speech of that one and the dress of the other will make home the uhhapplest plaee inder the rub Detroit Free Trees L4A4B1 T her hint Editor of this always handsome paper and oninim unlil 10 mg llHCortllinoci covers M lie trend of popular Hontimont the niattor continued in it The house ways and means coin RPQT more tbat is worth knowing about ttco favors the repeal of the the horse than any similar publi- mXKWOt VlvAVAvfl sugar bounty law and it is proba cation in America It wttraLI-H bio that tho committee will make HBi ivoly KWaH 171 1 JfJ trotter in i way of going a favorable report on Representa Â¬ but long since demonstrated that tive Scotts bill providing for its vwBnFtKi I link HiMIvIWtItMRVtvB repeal Representative Scott claims only a Nancy Hanks pace suils its gait Every man who owns a trot- - that a canvass ho has made of tho HAZEL GREEN KY Cheapest The Best house and senato shows that the 2 por Friday iTan 5 1803 tor should be a subscriber bill will pass but year or with Thk 11kkam 250 it will bo impossibleothers say that to get the bill and now is the time to subscribe through tho sonato unless it bo It is not a Patent Paint but the Lest Paint that can be made CURRENT NEWS AND COMMENT o ainomlod so as to put a tax on for- Â¬ by an experiended Practical Painter with the assistance of Thk DomocraU it is now thought Chris Smith owner of the sen Â¬ eign sugar There is an impression the latest improved and powerful machinery It is gunrnn on Monday organized both branch- Â¬ sational filly Yo Tambien has however that if the bill gots to the Will cover one half more space sonato a number of Republican teed to give satisfaction es of tliQ Montana legislature just refused 50000 cold cash for senators who supported tho bounty than lead mid oil mixed by hand Sent freight paid o for o o herand anothor tilly Maid Marion clauso of the McKinloy taritV bill nc reliable dealer wanted in each Tiirbk murdorors two white and the latter valued at 10000 This under compulsion will gladly vote 150 per gallon ono colored oscapod from the Mml too Send for color cards etc to when hos under a cloud and for its repeal as a matter of princi- Â¬ town ple Tho two Louisiana senators isonvillo jail on Friday night and Jut of Good horse stock funds Lion Color Works LEXINGTON KY and Sonator Potior are expected to are still at large pays better than anything BQTSPENCEU COOPKR Agent llnzel Green Ky- voto against ropoal unless thoir o o o o sugar raising constituents are pro o o Thk nows has just been made Sam Jonks is holding a revival tected by a tax on ioreign sugar J TAYLOR DAY FLOYD DAY public that an attempt of convicts in a tobacco warehouse no caso is recalled of congress at Jlopkins but to tunnel out of the Frankfort pen villo fitted up for the occasion and having restored tho tax on an arti CD cle after having once taken it otY was frustrated by Warden Norman said to seat at least 10000 persons and precedent always plays an in- Â¬ rocon tly Sams slang slinging will draw like fluential part in congressional leg- Â¬ o o o Wholesale and Retail Dealers in a Spanish mustard plaster but will islation Jamks Cr Blaink whom the A majority of the sonato com- Â¬ papers have boon reporting as the Masters cause bo promoted by mittee on interstate commerce are breathing his last for two or three his preaching said to favor the amendment to wooks past is now reported as the interstate commerce law which OUR WASHINGTON LETTER HAZBI ORIiBN KY was recently asked for by repres Â¬ improving o entatives of a number of railroad Washington D C Doc 30 o o Gov Fostku of Louisiana on A first class political sensation in companies permitting pooling of Largest Stock and Lowest Prices treights but betorosuch an amond Saturday named Donalson Cuflroy tho midst of tho quiot enjoyments nient gels through congress there of any house in Eastern Kenas the succossor of the lamented of tho holidays is something that will bo some very plain talk from tucky Live Stock Saw Logs RnndiiU Leo Gibson in the United Washington holdout gets but it thoso opposed to railroad pooling had it this weok and notwith- Â¬ School Claims and Country ProSonator Perkins is in earnest States Bonato standing tho absence of many of about pushing duce taken in exchange for his idea of making o thoso whose presenco would havo a o o slate out of Indian Territory goods or on notes and accounts Somk fiond throw a dynamite added to its intensity it was and lie insists that it is tho only bomb into a hotel stovo at Cruw is yet quito exciting enough for equitable and business lik solution fordsvillo Ind and the oxplosion thoso who take ploasuro in politi- Â¬ of the Indian problem and says cal flurries and most men do Al he bolioves blow off the night dorks log and though it was genorally known that for it to gotthore is a good chance through during this domolishod tho ollice furniture Mr Cleveland was opposed to tho session o election of Mr Murphy tho Hill o o A gentloman who seldom makos LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Dkmockatio policomon of Now Tammany candidate for United idle predictions remarked in my port rofuso to vacate their offices Statos sonator from New York it hearing this morning that if Jerry Hazel Greev Ky May 10 1892 to tho nowly appointed Republican was supposed that his election was Simpson did not get olocted to the To tho Trade of Eastern Kentucky Contiguous to Hazel Green a sure thing and that Mr Cleve We have this day completed arrangements with the police on tho ground that Mayor land would considor it good policy sonato ho would not be surprised Ahloring has no right to appoint a to keep his hands off Tho explo Â¬ to seo him made secretary of agri- Â¬ above named firm and will handle their goods in large quan1 attempted to tities We especially invite an inspection by the merchants sion of a dynamite bomb on a culture When polico forco his reason for saying so as we ascertain o crowded thoroughfare would not ho are prepared to duplicate any and all prices quoted in o o shut up like a clam and said thoroforo havo croated more ex Â¬ Louisville Cincinnati or Knoxville Merchants can buv That gag about tho Mason Ford citement among tho passorsby than he was not talking for publication these goods almost at their doors company boing dissatistied with Mr Clevelands and save large freight bills nowspaper inter- Â¬ Yesterday aftornoon 200 orphans We are prepared at any and all times to furnish these goods their contract has boon exploded view did among tho politicians and twenty ono widows charges of in any and Thoy know agood thing whon they when it was receivod hero every quality size and price All we ask is a the Masons sat down to an elegant The flat footed stand Mr Cleve- Â¬ Christmas spread at tho homo At a trial soo it and will not give up their Respectfully c land takes in that interview against largo center table thooflicors and lease of tho Frankfort pen Represented by ED GREEX Hazel Green Ky tho election of Murphy to tho sen Â¬ their guests to the number of about o o o ate is regardod hero as a direct S VvfrFzyrru SSirs tkokok Shotwkil until recontly challenge to Senator Hill and twenty partook of the good cheer The two rooms used for the banquet tho Cincinnati cashier of tho Lou- Â¬ Tammany for a light to the death s hall were decorated with blue pink MLMM Wtf 1 isville and Nashvillo railroad has Opinion differs as to whether it and rod bunting holly and cedar AT THK boon arrested for oinbozling tho will elect or defoat Murphy Some After dinner the entire party say that tho Democratic mombers marched to tho chapel where some funds of the company and made a 1 3 of tho New York legislature will songs were rendered and brief re Â¬ sp-- iconfession of his modus oporandi accopt it as a notice ik j mi i ir i a m iA a vote for marks made by Bishop Penick Dr that X o I o o Murphy will shut thorn out from Scott and Supt Johnson Then fol- Â¬ Mas JTkss a boarding house mis- Â¬ the federal tlosh pots and that jno 12 lowed a distribution of presents St Ky tress of Indianapolis Ind a few enough of them will desort Mur Â¬ Louisville Post Dec 28 Regular Moals 25 Cents Moals to Order at All Hniir HronL fW fmm f A M to 9 A m days since soizod tho child of Mrs phy to bring about his defeat Dinner from 10 a m to 3 i si Supper from 5 p M to 9 l Ilopbum as collatoral for the board others that it will bo regarded as Ir iis unicKens and Quails n specialty Upen rvBlv an attempt on tho part of Mr nun ii n iu - i dllS w HART DHvni ww bill for tho niothor and child Shy Cloveland to intorforo with state riwHHOiuii wSikAs szsis lock as a collector was evidently politics and will causo Murphy to lie olocted to a cortainty not in it The 1 0 last clinch thoir argumonts by eit o o ing the diastrous result of Presi ttiLKY Owens young whito man OPENS SEPTEMBER 14 1892 who shot a negro desporado namod dent Arthurs attempt to make Courses Studv as folloxvs Agri IrnMnranII18tctori KlghtMcclumlcnlof KntMAeering Veterinary iinr JJi Folger governor of Now York I take great pleasure in heartily inolVcAl1 Cvl1 Ji i jmi Knr Higgins at Lexington on Christmas Whatever ita rosult may bo its pro- Â¬ dorsing tho Eleetropoise out lItoen It has cured ries iQ per week in jinvuie faiuilies 130 received free of tuition Hoard in dormito f 100 For cutnloKuea apply to day was acquitted on his examin Â¬ mulgation at this time shows that my wifo of rheumatic gout and myself JAS K PATTERSON Ph D Lexington Ky is not afraid of Sen of constipation with which I had sufing trial boforo Squire Itiloy tho Mr Cleveland fered for years I havo been it cure sure evidonco showing that ho acted in tor Hill and Tammany throat iu and RoproBontativo Holman who is in fifteen twenty minutes friend toothache minutes My Mr W known to congressional famo as II Kagland had a fall which bruised 113 116 W Third Street - CINCINNATI O o a o tho groat objector and as tho him badly and hurt him severely interai Blanchk Uowkn r protty 19 watch dog of tho troasury is a nally about tho chest and ribs Three WHOUUK Hmanufactuiiibs yoar old Nowport girl was on firm believor in tho ultimate com applications of tho Eleetropoise about nn hour each nt your office entirely reRepresented by M F BRINKLEV Saturday night rosouod from a merchial union of tho ontire Amor lieved him after other remedies failed can continont What ho moans by Yours truly shanty boat whoro she had boon commercial union is that tho trade J S Murrav kopt a prisonor for two weoks by botwoon ovory Sheriffs Office Citv nation in Amorica tho two men who owned the bouA should bo as froo as that which DuBois Webb Fourth and Jeflerbon Louisville Ky Tho brutoa woro arrostod now exists botwoon tho states of Send for 60 page book BPENOERCOOPER mm iNRjfciVftAvlljflk JUilSTOlJUJulJU TMJRHI XtVA TM v LTJ Bpura neither labor nor money to garded as ono Unit nmy become of innkH Lt to ion Tin ml iliiviiiini- - Kroiu poiiiicni im nominee in me iWdi tho handsomest 0r future aicltliiMivoriigo pollexpress un uuian is not anxious lo lipS is the fa Ready tH3Z nnsc iviTv- pkl3 mrvihi mHs I 41 Paint MADE KTHP fks irat I Paint and J T MI k V4- spnawe CO Â¬ Â¬ Wholesale Boots and Shoes GREEN HUFFAKER Â¬ J J DAY CO vma J loll i rtli JTll rr lJ w Short Vl1 Lexington i- wmisimVMmm D OP mMM JUft zrir 11 te7Z7Z77Zrr77 7rZASASAi liii Ifsrte mmk gtttftt Â¬ KSr - Â¬ FEDER SILBERBERG CO Â¬ QMtfPXffli Â¬ FIRST CLASS JOB PRINTING go J T PA mi A ScwJ nrodiots that tho idou will bo enr- w Ar p riod out within tho noxt thirty cuttiog KZKL KY yoors in its ontiroty and that one rcnLMnbeWithout uttrlmint to our home trade and fitting byAlfs teach the art of Kespectmllr ehar tariltwill bo in oflfoot from Alaska MItS F K HAY HOWARD STAMPER to Capo Horn Mr Holman says ATTOnNEV-A- TLaw No Bids Offered for Bad Rolls ho can soo no good roason way COMIW HOUSE CAMPTON K Canada and Mexico should not OAMPTON KY Wo do not mako them and havo no demand now have such a commoroial union WlU practice In the for them iu our trade S S COMIW Pnoiitif rroR Thk Kontuoky Stook Farm wook with tho Unitod States Mr Hol adjoining counties courts of Wolfe and the All business entrusted THE HAYTOWN HILL CO to our care will receive prompt attention in and wook out during tho yoar is m ans opinions aro always outitlod The patniuafte of tniveling public jc7tf W W MASKER MmiHjier robpect fully Kolicltedthe Table the best one of the lmndsomoet tumors in to rospoot and thoy usually got it 5J Tltft justly celebrated tJvery attention to the comfort of gnct tSnigilJSJ Perryian Bleel neria iH sUto and whon tho publishers aro fow likewise tho open oppo- PKOMPTLY FXfr Mout their holiday edition thoy nonto In fact the question is TdThoKpcS PR NT NRrrT I hns sued tho Cincinnati Now loans und Toxns Pttoifio railroad oompany for 50000 damages for crippling his wifo and maiming his child Tho company oftors to com Â¬ promise and pay 10000 and this limy roaulfc nrTnaanminni o o o if our union and that a uniform tar itV upon articles from other parts l liifeS K A QK J- - F LOCK HART if pionowii poll Fasinane - Bttsww I 4 iiuoun uav jenu your I It was about row in Mngollin two or three months old county lust week Tho pnrliculnra Thoro was quito a number in 9 w wir thorn ilto an follows town Mondav attending county uViitTlsiNJltATK8 bomotimo in tlio first of tho wenk tuashiknt B court three of the Rimm limit iisn iWcrtlciiiciits inserted for less thnit 3 ST HFIKNS HAYINGS ntj8 wl be 75 cents an inch for tin llrst pufikinn with their fists and ho OF HAZEL GREEN had thorn arrested for trial at Sal cet nn c fr etch nub E tcrtlou and St IIklenb Leo county Jan 2 not yersville During tho trial they TIAVlfVTTT far tli a iMfvniifirn of thft Insertion Mucut The Hope Mill mining and lum- HI escaped and were followed by bor company have arrived with 8TAN0INO ADVKItTISKMBXTH past and hoping to still further merit 7 o Irvine Bill Patrick Shepherd Cole 13 tUt their machinery ready to sot their 1 loch your favors wish you and yours Wm Doskins Mont Deskins Ligo mill in A operation as soon as they W J incite happy happy new year and at tho same 15 00 and Brico Patrick and John Davis gwt tho sido tracks built 3 inches Work I IS 75 time desire to announce that Ladies and nw launu upon mem on me unru- Â¬ will commence this weok and will M 4 inches 22 00 lier brunch A fight ensued in bo pushed rapidly until thoy have Misses Cloaks Gents Winter Clothing 5 lochen 23 00 which John Davis and Irvine Bill the mill in operation A Mr Nye etc are be closed out this month SPBSCKK COOPKIt Patrick woro killed while Bill of Cincinnati is tho chief mana Address Hazel Green Ky Doskins and Brico Patrick were ger He is a thorough business I AT COST TOR TIIE GASH- wounded l The Risners again es Â¬ man in every senso of tho word jfJfThis is tho best opportunity you have caped and are still at largo We Wo feel safe in saying that it will Old ottpors for salo at this oflico ever had to buy seasonable goods at low pricos have no particulars and do not bo a success in ovory rospoct 20 per 100 at know who is to blame A wedding party stayed in our Chnrlny Holin of Jnmes and place last Saturday night from WE WILL PAY Notice Ezol wero guests of Howard De A VALUABLE near Boonovillo Wo nover learned All delegates to tho convention tho names of tho contracting par Uusk new years day must purchase regular one way lies ouiy tnni mo groom was a iur Miss Emma Oldfiold of Grassy tickets to Louisville and at the Moore of Ohio and tho brido a was tho guest of her cousin Miss time of said purchase must procure young Miss Wilson of Owsley An agent of the owner 1 oflor for le nt Fanny DeHusk last Saturday and from tho agent a certificate show Â¬ They took tho train Sunday morn- Â¬ MARKET PRICES privutu voiitrnct a vnhmblo farm in Morgan ing that full faro had been paid ing for their Ohio home county Ky contHining Sunday This certificate should be 108 ACUKS MOKE OK Lkss Buford Pioratt and Tommy going Si nuns shipped Hieronymus FOR re- Â¬ endorsed in proper blank for that This furm U loented 0 miles out of Ilnitel Daniels of Ezol wero visiting purposo by the secretary of the four car loads of work oxen to Lox Â¬ Green an the roiul leading from IktliMiIeni latives and friends in town Satur Â¬ meeting to tho ofVoct pur ingion ehureh to West Liberty anil in only one- that tho party chased lastaweek They woro com Â¬ All ImH mllii lYinit tli nlmrnli lilllllllllL Sunday steam distillery by day and named was a delegate and in attend Â¬ joining the place U the public BclioolliMihl a Ik pany at that place AND lug for tlie district Tliero h h a room Snvenil new scholars from a ance and unoii nrcsciilntion wf this dwelling on the place in good repair ana a In a difficulty last week Rufus good burn 30x40 feet distance matriculated at the acad certificate properly endorsed toj Hill stabbed John Staniford and Sixtv aercH of the land i cleared and tlio emy on Monday and tho outlook ticket agent at Louisville within OF ALL KINDS remainder covered with a virgin forest of forty eight hours after adjourn Â¬ at last reports Staniford was con Â¬ is very incouraging Oiik Pine Poplar etc ment ho Avill sell special tickets sidered in a dangerous condition There Nn splendid well of water and a lino young orchard of T0 bearing apple treed on Judgo Robort Riddell was regis Candidates for assessor should for tho return passage at one third Come on with your the place WH lv lhc lacc r0 tered at the McGufro House last avail of tho opportunity to an Â¬ of tlio regular one way rate lftM i1 7 1 one Sunday night en route to Boatty nounce for 8 They will nover Skins and get your with VJU and balance in cent and two years well nccurcd J T Dav Co will on Wednes Â¬ ville to attend court counl notes at ncr linvo a better chance Jlonev tffo ror further piirticulars addrcKi 15 1S98 sell at public day Feb SPKNCKIt COOPKU Grant Walton of Montana is say what fur hut read auction to tho highest bidder the visiting relatives hero Hanel Green Ivy Dont d30tf Co Win- - following stock to close partner of E Ronaker tho ad 0 Depot Miss Lucy Bollo McGuiro visited Oflico Near C ilmcfni null chin ilimn vmir flllN ship Golddust Post JW Jr and Lohkna John Morgan beside a lot of mules Beat tyville last week if you want the best prices Â¬ and some other stock For par VVA KVOMJTIONS Tlio School romuncH work on Jack Wood writes us to change ticulars see this paper next week GO Mo The firm also desires that those his paper from Lock Spring In reply to num Â¬ E Ezkim Jan 2 Januaru 2 1893 Cook county indebted to them call and settle at erous incpiiries asking if Ethan to Lovells Bond WINCHESTER KY Texas as he is lost without it once The business must be closed has spiked mo to the wall 1 Minv in vi niiiillu ulll itnrnll then nntl will will say that I am only waiting for that is the heat time to enter us the dally as Mr Floyd Day of the firm Do not wait tohediile will he ehiumed Henry Pieratt on Thursday sold locate at another point and cannot Republicans and the Peoples party Weekly Courier- - Journal until the beginning of thu third term Jan to John H Hose the blacksmith attend to details here folks to get all the consolation uary irti tho house and lot on High street Our departments nre all complete can out of Ethan Spikes re- Â¬ they IIKNllV WATfKllSON Ktlltor Our Teachers Course is tlio best in Kust which Mr Roso has occupied for A Sunday school mass meeting ply Then I will Blurt again as 1 ern Kentucky will be held have plenty of it cut and dried Best Democratic Paper Published undenominational three years past for 000 Our llusiiiesi Course is tlio best to bo found outside ol regular business colleges next Sunday Jan Sth It is not diilicult for any one to see at Campton ONLY 8100 A VKAH and the rales of tuition arc much lcsinnly Joir M Roso had his fine prem- Â¬ conducted by Mr E S Boswell siirhts on such subjects Just close 2 per month and you caa take any other f llettt Condensed News ium hoi for to dio on Monday night state visitor f the Kentucky S S your eyes and retlect on the politi cost studies you umy desire without extra U lleNt JstoricM per Hoarding at the Academy Home lli Kt Midcelluiiy lust She had oaten into a straw union Come over and bring all cal outrages ol tlio past wnen R IhHt Womens rnjjp - week fastened in some your workors Notify all schools presto you have a volume stack and bocame 2 per month JIAS THE ItuKt Childrens Depart- Tuition instrumental fiOc vocal 2flo a way so that sho smothered to within vour reach Music Truly ment following On last Tuesday the Host Answers to Corres- - lesson tloath F A Savaok WM H COHD Principal ixindftits DeiMirtiueut officers woro elected for Ezel Lodge ISest Ktlitorials the Rev F Agar will preach at a 550 F A M O K Dearingwho has been with Xo 3 hwiivii viiliiiililti It kIvm for tli liirKiHtwIuli rcrolviMl vcry mission room Maytown every Asa B Xickell W M luy Co of this place for J T Day in - a fourth Sunday morning and night seven months past left Tuesday A B Pioratt S W EZZsvf Siimple roples ol thu Weekly Courier Journal will be sent free to any address and hold a bible class every Tues Â¬ T F Carr J W a mi Fleming county Wrile to All are for Poplar Plains day evening at 7 oclock H M Fannin Treas Mr Dearing is a line salesman and welcome COU RIER JOURHAL CO Louisville Ky J S Xickell Secy- the house that can secure his ser- Â¬ James A Xickell S D AmwKEmmfemtk A vices will find in him an energetic Mispah Lodge No 507 F cJ 3 H - TIIK WCHill J I man M meets in its now hall tomorrow industrious sober live John Ratliffo Tylor Saturday night and will have Obadiah Sexton Chap MliErVMWMJl o CAMITON CUKKKNCY work in tho third degree Members Hayes and AND James Lvkins Elmer may govern thomselves according- Â¬ Campton Wolfecounty Jan 4 Harvey Xickell all trom West The WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL ly and attend G V Drake detective tor the K Liberty wero in town last week Bailroad company has just All three are candidates for the will he Hunt one year to any address for ca o a 3 AV O Mize left Tuesday morning T H duties retuiiied from Southern Kansas same position for Frankfort to resume the Cu 3 a o A325 whence he had followed one John Ji J of enrolling clerk of tho senate A T Pieratt last week took ad Â¬ Address SlKNHSlt COOrHIl Powell county Hazel tireen hv by his son Carl who Schull of Stanton and brought him vantage of a nice lot of zero and accompanied WM B LOGAN Danville to lie captured him goes to Centre College Schull was ac Â¬ now has it in close quartors to Stanton back 4 Solentlflo AmerlcaR tako up his studies Druggist ana Bookseller R IL Bolin last week sold his cused of breaking into some freight some goods be- Â¬ farm to S G Sample for 900 Tho attention of our readers is cars and tmlirig U Railroad com Â¬ Bill Kash is very sick with fever j especially invited to tho now ad- Â¬ longing to the K Mail orders promptly attended to and Call when in Blunt vmi r mitniiiiiLe is desired All pany about two months ago Jle nt Presley Sextons vertisement of Roso it Jones ituie cny diWtJm buuiMj romunuiH today who seek bargains in winter gar will have tial monts and especially ladies cloaks That was a pretty hard fltory to swal Died On the 1st inst Jeremiah Either of W K Klkins w Haiti tho cellarit when tho upper part tuk TRAOK MARK should give them a can MTCkW DESIGN PATINTS tho hoi80 fell Into a brief ill R Klkins He after P inavinuri ma Dr Taulbee reports as follows ness of a hiu t twelve days nib I nt ah our shooting party had nn net-- l For In iV3 miHmi mnA frAj TTni1SAAlr vrrtUllA Yes Hilly Hrultli shot And nil who would retain it should consult int - iBittmoP A CO set BiioAuwAT Nrvr York HU Born To the wifo of James Wil- Â¬ i u uMia ilronsv which resulted duckSmith Gray Coh Monthly painiia m Asscrica Oldett bureau for ecurlna mm IvBMkiMK before Krery iMrtnnt taken out br son near Daysborough a boy IBf I I ipubUobyanotloo given f ree ol ebarge is the heart failure and old age He Anoiiril May ho your pilot nml iruido P very frommore than 80 years old dead Undo Jop H Amyx is stormy neaof iirol jur harli through tho was ulr Widow Is o dear but you may bo low with catarrh of tho stomach The people had a nice Christmas y second mato HrooUlyn Ltfo and not oxpected to live iifsHasf-ssan- tree on Saturday evening beforeÂ¬ yAnouit DltlnL you order a Htatuo of was some little dis- 10 VOIIU3 In Mllnl SthtrtrorYi hut na ahould be without It Weeklr MiL a William Ohair on Tuesday last Xmas There ifflOTA-ff- DIAMONDS distri- Â¬ oth nrms wero pono and hoiiI It btralKit after tho brought to this oflico three speci Â¬ turbance in townXo serious results nek Chicago Imer Oioan Jjft5ff80SN55 mens of rock which show a rich bution was over Almost a Hint Sho- - l Kiiw Romobodv voin of motal of somo kind and wo however iIh inornini for whom you imvo groat au- Â¬ no The uazei urcen Heram WATCHES iirulion iiu in urn i k1 Jacob Folks who has Wbeen at on iniiHt havo loohod uu tho mirror would not bo surprised to hear that esleyan GXR3 Slitluga Kentucky i vu uni CTivr KMtiililUlinient is now North TJwpii 8tkikt it is gold If it is Bill divides with tending the LEXINGTON KY ypn parcd to execute orders for all kliuU us and our rich kin should now do college at Winchester tor some SUNSJJIiWJS -- Uorprlntlntf sunn as iuiuiokih i returned to Campton expect to something for us if they KlitcrheniU Noteheiuls 8ale Hills rugsft comcfl no matter bov Vuriie best oculist In the Bute Is with SXii WIiii you want print- 3b he romeni bored WCiirtls Ktc land has entered school here dark tbo clouds are vhen prices on this house r1 tho wonian who is borao tii v ui miiii and save mniicvtl lowest Calland Him wnen ineverything tho on Mr ami Mrs J X Vnuslin ivxmiii by womans troubled doTn John H Pioratt tho well known turns to Dr llcrcofl Fav- Â¬ i ui vw orite Prescription If ber auctioneer and livery man of Hazel miien otuit they will soon thoimhl that lifo is mado eloomy by tbo Uroen savs of Qumns Ointment chronio weakncfluca dell to biwimw atlairs W- attend in il lariw Kwwe - VJ LjuuinreLammijausi umnwiiimiifunrran i ji t Pwii nioii 1m11h1 I 1 t i feSi ww tiu tefsultof N Vaughn and wifo n LADIES CLOAKS AT ROSE CQSJj JOKES l i Ei i m Wm Wtmrt FARM FOR SALE FURS SKINS tll HazeiGreenncaaemu infleii RENAKER tesms I trl KU -- - Hazel Green Herald s I - iu5u 1 SjlgZr sJgHSm- M 1 riTm nilVnCn spectacles L J JEWELRY Zr2 rV Ugjl i - ifys One of my horses had his kneo to badlv strained that he had no use of it and dragged as ho hobbled on three legs it was vory much swollon nnti i iiiiiiliiu ti uumu to in progress here for several K J k Are the onlv firm in the town which the management of u iVun- - unci Savage Good ivMIts dies the Justly celebrated x I nm it ini n uwA luiH been employed -- rMt Jones Two applications brought bv ywhW Jiyrd and lauHwi r -- h Btrenetbcnine nervine the rimary department in him around all right and 1 niirelvveeotable perftlr recommond it as tlio1 iksi niuoin teir seliooi It reguUtos and promotes J1 the rmlsfunctions of womanhood Improyos 11 tllit in lllfll HlUMM lias ona miI1H havo ever tried j uiomjni m UIIII 1lrukla ariAtt Inn ii T IDUTSMOUTII OHIO price 150 per bottle pretty lugu up vith a good attemiance d brmfis refreshing sleep and re I IKS I 1 UUIU nieotnip lino been a revival la coto derangements ri I I j cani I painful diwrdcra that af- Â¬ flict her wx thoy ro com- Â¬ If fchos pletely cured overworked nervous or run down sho has new lifo and Btrengtb Favorito PrescripUon Is a powerful invigorating tonic and a booUiing and and PILE IUT MLES m m ban- - Boots and Shoesi C TJIH fTHll I T OURES H0THIHB K a k - 1 1 1 13 i P Tracy Co Vlieii you want u knjwri i t0RE m verychoap because it does theworK quickly For sale by Uoko Jues If nniiflniHMl tint it IS l1 U rmi ii iliritlllirO Died wee ji fnnt of j ireibealtb and vigor For every female m tnplalnt and uwurumw it sure and uafaillsg that it oaa be STdSit bwt or aire you have year aay bade efl the fooUmir ilIvo them M call ufij ry j k i ilrl mtm mm nd OMTaim - mm w m iuHAHbMXTiiiasitrt mum hT m mmi m owe iviw H to TOfJPSr J 9WT1 our union and that a uniform tar- T Fvuua of Josaatnino county ltt upon articles from other parts TJK J- - F LOOKHART i i lit i l i Wl has sued tho Cincinnati New Or- S l0 Amorioan nations Ho t11 of I aiu now to cut At and make Joans and loxas Paoifio railroad inrodicts that tho idea will bo car- work nitliu lowest price X5a5XTTXTP tlremiea imrmeiita in the lMrs tyl company for 50000 damages forjriod out within tho noxt thirty atlfictlH guan ntfed and ff iroui a lNanoomUOa0n i rnvnii WIHIS ItlUll IIIC liri r V-iitlnr uiiiimc KZBL KY crippling his wife and maiming his yours in its ontiroty and that ono Without tletrhneiit to our home trade and rtttlft hy chart vi lttprctniHr MItS F N PA child Tho company olTors to com Â¬ tnritT will bo in ofToot from AIrsIch HOWARD STAMPER to Capo Horn Mr Holmmi suva No Bids Offered for Bad Rolls promise and pay 10000 and this ho CHti soo no gool Attorn roiison why COMBS HOUSK may result C A MILTON K Cnnmla and Moxico should not OAMPTON KV We do not tnako them nnd have no demnud o now havo Huoh a commercial union Will practice in o the of Wolfe and the Tor them in our trade S S COMIUJ rnoi RirroR Tub Kentucky Stook Farmwook with tho United Statea Mr Hbl aiJolutiR countlt3 courUhindurss ciitriutol All THE HAYTOWN HILL CO The pnlroiuitfe of Ihe InivelliiR public lj in and wook out during tho year is numri opinions aro always ontitlod t6ourcre will receive jirniupt attention W W MANKKKMwHKer rcbiicihilly Milieiicil Tahlo the lel tt to rospoot and thoy usually cot it Jel7tf one of tho handsomest papors in Tl6 justly celebrated every attention to the comfort of guel but in this cano tho opon ondorHorpj rerryian Hleel pena tho state and wlion tho publishors aro fow likowiso tho opon oppo Mild 10 this olflco TfD TIM fTKATIY Cll KA 1I Ymi inrriMinLY I I put out their holiday odition thoynonU In fact tho question is re ldthebetPeiieIIIntownRt6oapIeeclJUD Ur AT o O O apnro noilhor labor nor money to gurdcri an ono that may bouonin of v mnkn it the host Tho holiday mini- - Kat political important in tho VMir luluro ndtho avorago poll- IX i bur just JHWdiftthohamlsomoHt tiiian ih not anxious to SPENOER COOPER - - - Editoi r of Huh always handsome papor and oplio untjl ho lmg aHCJrtaiUMl mam mo manor comnmcu in u covorstho trond or popular oQntimont mHHubWR The houdo wayaand meant com- more that is worth knowing about THE BEST lllittoi flivorti the roiHlll of the Mwi lwiruii tlinn imv Hlmilnr nilhli wvfej8 il proba- lJolnty Utt cation in America It imc iiua ii ui GomimiuHi win imiKe ively trotter in it way of going a favorable ronort on Reprosenta- but long since demonstrated LliuL tive Scotts bill providing for itst mm w nBT only a Nancy Ilanks pace mills its repeal Representative Scott claims f v BmP Bhm nmn wno owH u lim that a canvass he has made of the 8ftl1 ftVtr HAZEL GREEN KY Cheapest The Best house and senate shows that tho Houl1 hea HuhHcnbor fs per bill will Friday Jan 5 1803 pass but others say year or wun thk jllkkaid f m it will be impossible to get the that bill It is not a Patent Paint but the best Paint that can be made CURRENT NEWSAND COMMENT and now is tho time to subscribe through the senate unless it be o amended so as to put a tax on for- Â¬ by an experiemled Practical Painter with the assistance of o o Tub Domooratfl it is now thought It is guaran Â¬ Cuius Smith owner of tho sen Â¬ eign sugar There is an impression the latest improved and powerful machinery however that if the bill gets to the on Monday organized both branch- Â¬ sational Illy Yo Tambirn has senate- a Will cover one half more space number of Republican teed to give satisfaction es of the Montana legislature refused 50000 cold cash for senators who supported the bounty just o than lead and oil mixed by hand Sent freight paid for o o her and another filly Maid Marion clause of the McKinley tarifV bill One reliable dealer wanted in each per gallon Tiikkk murdorors two white and the latter valued at 10000 This under compulsion will gladly vote one colored escaped from the Mad too when hes under a cloud and for its repeal as a matter of princi- Â¬ town Send for color cards etc to ple The two Louisiana senators isonvillo jail on Friday night and Out of funds Good horse stock Lion and Color Works LEXINGTON KY and Senator Poller are expected to are still nt largo pays better than anything vote against repeal unless their arSPKNTHU COOlKK Agent Hazel flreon Ky 0 o e o sugar raising constituents are pro Â¬ u o Tiik nows lias just been made Sam Ionks is holding a revival tected by a tax on foreign sugar FLOYD DAY J TAYLOR DAY public that an attempt of convicts in a tobacco warehouse at Jlopkins but no case is recalled of congress to tunnel out of the Frankfort pen ville fitted up for the occasion and having restored tho tax on an arti cle after having once was frustrated by Wardon Norman said to seat at least 10000 persons and precedent always taken it off Â¬ plays an in recontly Sams slang slinging will draw like fluential part in congressional leg- Â¬ o o o Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Jamkh Cr IliAiVK whom the a Spanish mustard plaster but will islation A majority of tin sonato Â¬ papers have beon reporting as the Masters cause be promoted by mittee on interstate commercecom are breathing his last for two or three his preaching said to favor the amendment to wooks past is now reported as the interstate commerce law which OUR WASHINGTON LETTER IW7VL 1UEKN-- KY was recently asked for by repres Â¬ improving o entatives of a number of railroad Washington D C Doc H o o companies permitting pooling of Gov FodTKH of Louisiana on A first class political sensation in Largest Stock and Lowest Prices the midst of tho quiet enjoyments treiglits hut botorosueh an amend Â¬ Saturday named Donalson Caflrey ment gets through congress there of any house in Eastern Ken as tho succossor of the lamented of tho holidays is something that will bo some very plain talk from tucky Live Stock Saw Logs Washington soldom gets but Uandall Leo Gibson in tho United had it this week and notwith-it those opposed to railroad pooling Â¬ School Claims and Country Pro Senator Perkins is in earnest States sonato standing the absence of many of about duce taken in exchange for o those whose presenco would Iiuvo a statepushing his idea of making o o out of Indian Territory goods or on notes and accounts Somr fiend throw a dynamite added to its intensity it was and lie insists that it is the only bomb into a hotel stove at Craw is yet quite exciting enough for equitable and busiuess lik solution fordsvillo Ind and the explosion those who tako pleasure in politi- Â¬ of the Indian problem and says cal flurries and most men do Al- Â¬ he believes is blow off the night dorks leg and though itwas generally known that for it to getthere a good chance through during this demolished the office furniture Mr Cleveland was opposed to tho session o election of Mr Murphy tho Hill o o A gent Ionian who seldom makes LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Democratic policemon of New Â¬ Tammany candidate for United idle predictions remarked in my port refuse to vacate their oflices States senator from New York it hearing this morning that if Jerry Hazel Gkekx Ky May 10 1S92 to tho newly appointed Republican was supposed that his election wasÂ¬ Simpson did not get elected to the To tho Trndo of Eastern Kentucky Contiguous to Hazel Groon a sure thing and that Air CleveWe have this day completed arrangements with the police on the ground that Mayor land would consider it good policy senate he would not be surprised Ahloring has no right to appoint a to keep his hands off Tho explo- Â¬ to see him made secretary of agri- Â¬ above named firm and will handle their goods in large quanT attempted to tities AVe especially invito an inspection by the merchants sion of a dynamite bomb on a culture When police force ascertain his reason for saying so as we are prepared to o crowded thoroughfare would not he duplicate any and nlf prices quoted in o o shut up like a theroloro liavo croatod more ex Â¬ he was not talking clam and said Louisville Cincinnati or Knoxville Merchants can buy That gag about tho Mason Ford for publication citement among tho passershy than these goods almost at their doors and save large freight bills company being dissatisfied with Mr Clevelands newspaporinter Yesterday afternoon LOO orphans We are prepared at any and all times to furnish these goods their contract has boon exploded viow did among the politicians and twenty one widows charges of in any and every quafity size and price All we ask is a Thoy know a good thing when they when it was received here the Masons sat down loan elegant Respectfully e The flat footed stand Mr Cleve- Â¬ Christmas spread at tho home At a trial soo it and will not give up their land takes in that interview against larjjo center table theoflicers and leaso of tho Frankfort pon Represented by FA GKHKX Hazel Green Ky tho election of Murphy to the sen Â¬ their guests to the number of about o o o ate is regarded hero as a direct twenty partook of the good cheer Oisouuk Siiotwem until recontly challenge to Senator Hill and tho Cincinnati cashier of the Lou- Â¬ ainniany tor a fight to the death The two rooms used for the banquet H hall were decorated with blue pink 8 MM isville and Nashvillo railroad has Opinion differs as to whether it and red bunting holly and cedar AT THE boon arrested for ombezzling the will elect or defeat Murphy Some After dinner the entire party X funds of the company and made a say that tho Democratic members marched to the chapel where some of the New York legislature will confession of his modus operandi accept it as a notice that a vote for songs were rendered and brief re Â¬ marks made by Bishop Penick Dr o o o Murphy will shut them out from Scott and Supt Johnson Then fol Mas JlKssa boarding house mis- Â¬ the federal flesh pots and that lowed a No 12 W St Ky distribution of presents Â¬ tress of Indianapolis Ind a few enough of them will desert Mur Louisville Post Dec 28 Monls 2fl Cents Moals to Order at All Hours tubular Ilrenkfnut from f A M to 9 A M r Dinner from 10 a m tn r 0 t days since seized tho child of Mrs phy to bring about his defeat w i mini i win vi v M Oysters Lamb Itmm ImdIi Chiekens and Quails n Hpeelnlty Open others that it will bo regarded as Hepburn as collateral for thebonrd an attempt on the part of Mr -- wo i O uiuAKT proprietor bill for the mothorand child Shy Cleveland to interfere with state look as a collector was ovidontly politics and will causo Murphy to be elected to a certainty The ndt in it MfiiUiS t k o last clinch thoir arguments by cit- Â¬ jW o o ttiLRY Owens young white man ing the diastrous result of Presi Â¬ OPENS SEPTEMBER 14 1892 Twenty sevpii Irof Mirs auNimtructors Kijlit Courses of Stuilv ns folloi vs Agrlwho shot a negro desperado named dent Arthurs attempt to make Folgor governor of New York i v I take great pleasure in heartily in unit ure htientifie II 10 Iciir eul Civil Kiiiimii iiu Jliggins at Lexington on Christmas Whatever its result may bo its pro- Â¬ dorHiiu tho Eleetropoise It has cured Cluis leal Normal belinol Cotintvi HiuiointeiM r - iiviil ir r iiiiiiuiii iir jlerlnnry in ilormikiV va nt id 3iuua v or cut II ILtllH UDDIV to Wj i M n ji tut imiiiii day was acquitted on his examin- Â¬ mulgation at this time shows that my wifo of rheumatic gout and inyxulf tones IMI HUT l IIIIL III lirilHlli limili JAS K PATTERSON Ph Dt Loxington Ky ing trial boforo Squire Riley tho Mr Cleveland is not afraid of Sen of constipation Iwith which I had suffered for years have teen it euro no re evidence showing that ho acted in tor J lill and Tammany throat in and Representative Holman who is in fifteen twenty minutes friend toothache minutes My Mr V known to congressional famo as II Raiiland hud a fall which hruiscd 113 116 W Third Street - CINCINNATI O o a o tho groat objector and as tho him badly and hurt him severely inter sai Blanohk Uowkn n proltv 10- - watch dog of tho troasury is a ually about tho chest and ribs Three hgSMANUFACTUnEnS your old Nowport trirl was on boliovor in tho ultinmU com- - applications of the Klectropoise about O an hour each at your office entirely ret i Represented by M F BRINKLEV l MIono1 10innrt Amor lieved him after other remedies failed Saturday night roacuod from ft onn conlillnt- What ho inottiia by Yours truly Hlmnty bout whom she hud boon commorouil union is that tho trado J is Murrov MJiii it pnsonor lor two wooks by botwoon ovory nation in America SheriflVOfllceCitv tho two mon who ownod tho boui should bo aa froo aa that which DuUoisit Webb t Fourth and leflernan At this otllcc nt sccond elns rates Give us a coll when you want printing and T wtvo money RiFiitKRi Any and everybody wo havo done workfor in thepwt xxiumviiie ivy TJio brutos woro arrostod now oxiflU between tho states of Send for 60 page book lk Mtiiali Z 535 flfBL70 QlHMi nBSy S3u 9 iioh is the xjfga Ready tftwjmn AINT tr ff0 Paint vt T DAI k II Gspinaigise Â¬ Wholesale Boots and Shoes GREEN HUFFAKER CO Â¬ J J DAY CO I lOTJCfeOUa iLPJrJi mure t 11 EMUS tt KITCfrEU Short Lexington i t a S f tntmh k I -- ti -- w -- ii ti k - - I Â¬ FEDER SILBERBERG wo CO 111 1 Â¬ cnuowHin - FIRST CLASS JOB PRINTING rirt mm T TOwyTowj mm wJmmm DresSi - l A by-at-L- aw ft- - rKlll Til N r rum uimrmnwf wwiwiijimijtnim two or three month old comity hist week Tho particulars Thoro was quito u number in as we hear them iim h foliiuu ADVBHTISINU HATKM town Monthly attending county Sometime in tho first of the week TKANHIKNT court JJ Inserted for less tlinu I three of the Risners beat up Rill Advertisements st hkmnh hayings r th tlrst peskms with their lists and ho month will he 5 cent mi Inch un Inch for eneh sub nau mom arrested for trial at Sitl ccuti Innerlloo uml St Hkikns Leo county Jan 2 yorsvillo During tho trial they cflcnt Itiwrllon Tho Hope Mill mining and lum Â¬ escaped and were followed by ber 8TANWNO AHVKHTIHKMKXT8 company havo arrived with J 7 oO Irvine Rill Patrick Shepherd Cole lUinontl 1 Inch their machinery ready to sot their 12 oO in Deskins Mont Deskins bigo mill in J Inches operation as booh iih they 13 00 and Rrico Patrick and John Davis 1 Inrhci gvt the sido traoks built Work who camo upon them on tho Gard- Â¬ will conunonco this week and will 22 00 ner branch Sinuhen A fight ensued in bo pushed rapidly until thoy havo 25 Ml which John Davis Inches and Irvine Rill the mill in operation A Mr Nye SlKSCKU COOPKJt jtdilrcu Patrick wore killed while Rill of Cincinnati is tho chief mana- Â¬ lliucl tioen Ky Deskins and Rrico Patrick wore ger Ho is a thorough business wounded The Risners again es Â¬ man in every sense of tho word Old papors for Halo at thin ollioo caped and are still at largo Wo Wo feel safe in saying that it will have no particulars and do not bo a success in ovory respect t 20 per 100 know who is to blame A wedding parly stayed in our Jamefi and Charley Hulin of place last Saturday night from Notice Kzol worn guests of iloward Do All delegates to the convention near Roonovillo Wo never learned Husk now years day must purchase regular one way tho names of tho contracting par- Â¬ Miss Emma Oldlield of Grassy tickets to Louisville and at the ties only that tho groom was a Mr Moore of Ohio and tho brido a was the guest of her cousin Miss time of said purchase must procure young Xliss Wilson of Owsley Fanny DeHusk last Saturday and from tho agent fin XtftiMk I waw wo men killed and two wounded the sult of a row in MagolHn X Vaughn and wifo It was about pa ROSE CI vnv fl T LADIES CLOAKS AT COST -- - - f ft JONES Tm l W OF HAZEL GREEN o Q 4HANKVUL for tho pntronngo of the aLpast uml hoping to still further merit vour itivors wis li you and vours A happy happy new year and at tho same time desire to announce that Ladies and Misses Cloaks Gonts Winter Clothing etc are be closed out this month -- 9 mm N AT COST P0K THE GASH9K JflThiH is the best opportunity you havo over had to buy seasonable goods atlow prices f WE WILL PAY A VALUABLE FARM FDRSALB1 MARKET PRICES An iifjont of tho ownur 1 ofler for lo nt privntt con t rivet u vniuiiblo far in in Morgan comity Ky containing Sunday and Tommy Daniels of Ezel were visiting re- Â¬ latives and friends in town Satur Â¬ day and Sunday Huford new scholars from a uml ririilntiwl nt linnciwl- iliutmwn Pioratt Several oniy on Monday and the outlook is very ineouraging avail of the opportunity to an Â¬ nounce for tt They will never have a hotter chance Candidates for assessor should ing that full faro had been paid going This certificate should be endorsed in proper blank for that purpose by tho secretary of tho meeting to thoelVect thatthe party named was a delegate and in attend ance and upon presentation nf this certificate properly endorsed to ticket agent at Louisville within forty oight hours after adjourn mont ho will sell special tickets for tho return passage at ono third of the regular one way rate day Feb 15 im sell at public auction to tho highest bidder tho following stock to close partner- Â¬ ship Golddust Post Roy Jr and John Morgan beside a loi of mules and some oilier stock For par Â¬ ticulars see this paper next week The firm also desires that those indebted to them call and settle at once The business must bo closed as Mr Floyd Dav of the firm will locate at another point and cannot attend to details here Sunday school mass meeting will be held undenominational at Campton next Sunday Jan 8th conducted by Mr K S Roswell state visitor of the Kentucky S S union Come over and bring all your workers Notify all schools within your reach Truly A a certificate show- Â¬ rhoy took tho JT Day it Co will on Wednes Â¬ hut read the ad of E Ronaker it Co Win Â¬ chester and shipcthom your furs if you want the host prices Dont say what fur ing for their Ohio home Hioronynius it Simms shipped Sfour car loads of work oxen to Lox FOR ingion last week They wore pur Â¬ chased by a steam distillery com Â¬ pany at that place AND In a difficulty last week Rufus Hill stabbed John St an i ford and OF ALL KINDS at last reports Staniford was con sidered in a dangerous condition Judge Robert Riddel was regis- Â¬ tered at the MeGuiro House last Come on with your Sunday night en route to Reatty Skins and get your ville to attend court doney Grant Walton of Montana is visiting relatives here Miss Lucy Rollo MeGuiro visited Offico Near G 0 Depot Reattyvillo last week Lokbva train Sunday morn- Â¬ FUR- 118 ACKKti In MOKK OK LK8S I SKINS 1 PF TliU fiirm located miles oimt of llnxel ireon on tho roiul loiuling from Hetlmiileiii clmrch to Went Liberty Hint In only one Ail liulf mile from tliu clinroh btiiltlinu JoiniiiK the place In the public school build Thoro i it Jlroom iiiK for tho tlhtrict ilwellliiK n tho place in gooil repair and a good barn 10x40 foot Sixty acres of tho laud Ik cleared and the remainder covered with a virgin forest of Ouk Pino 1onlnr etc There is noplcndid well of water and u line young orchard of oO benrinir upplo treon on the place will buv tho place f00 iii ensh O V 1 VIVjl mid biilaueo in one and two years with coual notes at I por cent well scoured ii ror further partioulars addrosi riv oriiMUaxel vwui liiw Urceii Ky daotr HazeiG Jack Wood writes us to change his paper from Lock Spring Mo Rend Cook county is lost without it Texas as he to to izii evolutions Kzki Jan 2 lovells Henry Pieratton Thursday sold John J I Rose the hlacksmith the house and lot on High htroot which Mr Rose has occupied for three years past for 000 JeiV M Rose had his line prem- Â¬ ium hoifer to die on Monday night last She had eaten into a straw stack and hecamo fastened in some way so that she smothered to death F A Savaok at the O K Deariugwho has been with every J T Day it Co of this place for night Tues seven months past left Tuesday All are for Poplar Plains Fleming county day evening at 7 oclock Mr Dearing is a fine salesman and welcome the house that can secure his serA vices will find in him an energetic Mispah Lodge No 507 V M meets in its new hall tomorrow industrious sober live man Saturday night and will have work in tho third degree Memhers IAMlTON critUKNlV Â¬ may govern themselves according Campton WolfeVountyJan ly and attend G W Drake detective for the K W O Xlieleft Tuesday morning C Railroad company has just for Frankfort to resume the duties returned from Southern Kansas of enrolling clerk of tho senate whence he had followed one John accompanied by his son Carl who Schull of Stanton Powell county goes to Centre College Danville to Ho captured him and brought him back to Stanton Schull was ac Â¬ tako up his studies cused of breaking into some freight is cars and st mling some good be- Â¬ Tho attention of our readers especially invited to the now ad Â¬ longing to the K t Railroad com Â¬ vertisement of Rose it Jones All pany about two mouths ago He who seek lmrgains in winter gar Â¬ will have tial today ments and especially ladies cloaks Died On tho 1st inst Jeremiah should give them a call Flkins tho father of W F Flkins J R Klkinstc after a brief illDr Taulhee reports as follows ness of abnit twelve days His Horn To tho wifo of James Wil- Â¬ trouble was dropsy which resulted son near Dayshorough a hoy heart failure and old age Ho dead Uncle Joe II Aniyx is very frommore than N years old was low with catarrh of tho stomach The people had a nico Christmas and not expected to live tree on Saturday evening before William Ohair on Tuesday last Xmas There was some little dis- Â¬ hrought to this oflice three speci Â¬ turbance in town after tho distri Â¬ mens of rock which show a rich bution was over No serious results vein of metal of some kind and wo however would not ho surprised to hear that Jacob Fulks who has been at Â¬ it is gold If it is Rill divides with tending tin Kentucky Wesleyan us and our rich kin should now do college at Winchester for some somothing for us if they expect to time has returned to Campion tl remoinhered and ha entered school hero N Vaughn are and John JI Pioratt tho well known Mr betterMrs J at this time It is auctioneer and livery man of Hazel much they will soon bo able Green says of juiims Ointment thought that business affairs again Ono of my horses had his knee to attend to There has been a revival mooting so hadly strained that he had no several days uho of it and dragged as ho hohhled in progress hero for on three legs it was very much iMuiiir the manairement of Revs swollen and 1 bought a bottle of u ntm himI SitvuLtf Good 11SUltSI QuimiVj Ointment from Rose it V C Jlvrtl has been employed Jones Two applications brought bv Messrs Jlyrtl ami Timlbtw to him around all right and I can teach tho primary department in recommend it as tho best remedy their school luivo over tried 1 thought tho The Campton high school has rico 150 por bottle pretty high opened up with a good attendant nut nm now convinced that it is Quito it number from a distance vory cheap because it does the work Died Dm JllHt tho infant of J quickly For sale by Rose it Jones Rev F Agar will preach mission room Maytown fourth Sunday morning and and hold a hihlo class every Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ 1 CO In reply to num Â¬ E RENAKER AM ianiiam erous inquiries asking if Ethan t UUIIUU1U U 1VUUI 1 WINCHESTER KY has spiked mo to tho wall Miiiiv iiou- nnnllx will onroll then mid will say that T am only waiting for that is tho host time to outer as tho dally Do not waft will he Republicans and the Peoples party Courier- - Journal schedule bcf inniiixehunuod third term dan until the of tho folks to get all tho consolation Weekly nary Linl they can out of Ethan Spikes re- Â¬ Our depiirliiiouts are all complete HKNUV WVTVKItSON ldlltur Our Teaeliers Course Is tho host In Kast ply Then will Blurt again as I have plenty of it cut and dried Best Democratic Paper Published orn Kentucky Course is the best o bo Our llusiiiess It is not difficult for any ono to see found outside ot regular business colleges ONIV 81 OO A VKAU and the rates of tuition arc much less only sights on such subjects Just close lliM CoiiiIimivimI Xcwk J per month mid ynii onu tako any other your eyes and reflect on the politi- Â¬ Ili tit Slot ion studioH vou may doslro without extra cost lloht Mincollitny Hoarding at the Academy lluuiu 2 per cal outrages of tho past whon Hohi Woiiiohh lltfio week presto you havo a volume 1hililrenn Popart- Tuition 2 per month HAS Til K licitout in Muslo instrumental oOc vocal 2ou a On last Tuesday the following llont Anievors to Corns lesson oflicers wore electod for Ezol Lodge Hinloiit DopiirtiiiL nt WM H CORD Principal The School resumes work on eepwi Hau - I I 1 No 550 F A M Asa R Nickell W M A R Pioratt S W T F Carr J W H M lloMt 1 Mitorinlit rfi-i-lvtu- It kI Fannin Treas A tiny for tin litrKiNl clult Siuuplo ooiiIok of thi Weekly Courier loiiriuil will lo noiit froo to any mldroNs Writo to Ky nun vn viilunliln irmlmu ovcry l i3 ja a 8 S i J S Nickell Secy James Obadiah Sexton Chap James Lykins Elinor Hayes and Harvey Nickell all from West Tho WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL Liberty were in town last week will lio ioiit ono your to uny mlilross for All three are candidates for the same position A T Pioratt last week took ad Â¬ Address SIKVCKIt CDOIKllj vantage of a nico lot of zero and If Hard irccn Ky now has it in close quarter 4 Scientiflo American R H Rolin last week sold his Agefloy fw farm to S G Sample for f00 t Rill Kash is very sick with fever ltiAKT at Presley Sextons iJv John Ratliffe Tylor WCHill Nickell S J I COURIER JOURNAL CO Louisville 1 - Tin - eJ - - H Hazel Green Herald H to S 5 -- J ca o M S jr5 I iJ WM B LOCAN Druggist and Wm WINCH l MTiit KV Mail ordcri promptly attended to uml vour patronage is desired Cull when in ilJJtJm the oltv W TRAD MARrXV DXilQM lATKNT OOPVNIOHTS ate to For mrnrmaiioa vna rrca Iia4book MltnAUWATrTNrw roBr MUNN A CO Ml Oldest bureau or aecurliut patwita In Atacrira Krcrr natnnt taken out br ua la lmuaht trafnra tt ubUo by a bcUm glrea tnt ot ebargt la Ua vim BH kBS unvMl IGHJISJRCEIB5 And all who would retain it should consult OTIS W SNYDER iiKiiit in par rs th SPECTACLES world llluitratwl Ho ntnrst rrart IIJfll jpostba Address MVtii WW luiiuaHcua3lll JJroa4war tint York Qtr LarfMtrtKutatlon ofanr aetentKo Bplwdldlr DIAMONDS m tttttrttrtt9ttz 1 1 JEWELRY WATCHES NOUTII la now Hazel fireen Heraw Irtinit PIMSTIVn estiiblisbiiiout Vpropiircd In execute orders for all kiuiUjff LEXINGTON KY vor prlntlnir siicn ua i ntuiocuos miiiiiios Notehcnds Side Hills Tiirs filelterlicads ou want print Who YyThe host oculist In tlio HlHte U with vi MCards IJic tliis house n ud prices on everything tho and suvc inoncv liliii trvTui lowest Cull on liliu when In Icxiiigtnu UlIlUl Stukkt ijJmSSKQjtM IIAKU IIIKKN KY llntM Rose Boots and ytjO AVIicn you u call Jones Shoes of TABLER BUCKEYI UPJLE Are the only firm In the town which liitu dies the Justly celebrated OINTMENT 3URESH0TH1NBIUTHUES Iroui the wholesale house 0 P Tracy OHIOCo rOUTSMOUTH want tho I HIST ylvc them tURE arid CERTAIN CURE Knawn f r IB ynr th R 1ST REMEDY fOrt PILIt footwear rMralIUHlKlMXTMJHUrKHirlCH uo lly m jjmIVVJSJ tuf -- - - KM fttiidnt St Petersburg to the most Jvcrsy But for thoso fleets and tholr cuflncut Indyof Hushiti oulslduof o presence In American waters thero can mplsrlal firjiilyt Are those storlcVof t be no doubt that two of tho mightiest Avalanche From tho Mountain of ofueltVuiuV oTlrritge that I huvohcurd nations of Europo would havo mingled and read about true Sho replied In our fight wq K Fabrication No doubt sonic of thorn aVo true but Hut for thoso two fleets tho American tint Nloyou no tin America over havo officers government would havo been to day ApnlntJHr Ulster NiUlon nntlutf ifit Ifcpjucllren AriiI at llir -- MiruvM oi me taw cruei una outrageous in lacir only a nnino In history I deel nro before treatment of offenders Do you not God and tho nation that I believe Rus Â¬ uxoltv ilriiloiiN Aiitimtliy Sor Minn by lliv T DoWItt havo instances where tho police hayo sia saved the United States of America ltiliiiiigo 1 J J Havorybu Last July I stood boforo a great throng Clubbed Innocent persons no instances where people In brlefiau of Russians In tho embarrassing posi- Â¬ After nn exposition of Scripture ami thorlty act arrogantly I replied tion of speaking to an nudlenco three congregational nlnglng Dr Tnhmufo Why fourths of which could not understand we do Than she said rYei Pre does took foglils text IT Peter II 10 hod our government re my langungo any more than 1 could tho sumptions tiro thoy solf wllled they j sponsible world for exceptional outrages As are not afraid to speak ovll of dlg- - labdn an tin official Is fottnd to bo cruel understand theirs Hut thero were two names that they thoroughly under Â¬ nlHeA hoimtnediately loses his place Then stood us well as you understand them Amtd a most reprehensible crew Peter I bethought myself Do tho eoploOf tho utterance of thoso two names hero paints by ono stroke tho portrait America hold the government fit Ya1di- - and brought forth an acclamation that of tliosovwhp delight to slash tit people iugton responsible for tho Homestead made tho city hall of St Petersburg In authority Now wo till Itnve a right riots at Pittsburgh or for railroad in quake from foundation stone to tower to uriilcino ovll bohuvlor whether In surrections or for tho torch of tho vil- Â¬ and thoso two names were Georgo high places or low but tho fact that lain that consttmcslv block of homes Washington and Abraham Lincoln ono high up is no proof that ho ought or for tho rutllans who arrest a mall Jfow Is it not important that we should to bo brought down train making tho passengers hold up fcol right toward that mighty that It is a bad streak of human natttro their arms untU their pockets aro God given friend of more than ono hun Â¬ now ua it was hi the time of tho text tv picked i v s dred years Yea bocauso It Is a nation i bad streak of humapjiuturo that sucÂ¬ Why then hold the cmpcrorof Rus of more possibilities than nny other ex- Â¬ cess of nny kind oxcltcs tho jealous sia who is as impressive and genial a cept our own should we cultivate its antipathy of thoso who can not climb man at 1 overlooked at or talked yithV friendship Thero Is a vast realm of tho Bamo steep Thero never was a responslblb for the wrongs enacted in a Russia as yet unoccupied David bn tlio throno that thero was not nation with a population twice as largo If the population of tho rest of Europe Romo Absalom who wanted to get it in number as the millions of America were poured Into Russia it would bo There never was a Christ but tho world Suppose ono moiinieh In Europu ruled only partially occupied After awhile had saw and hammer ready to fnsMou over England Scotland Ireland America will bo so well populated that n cross on which to assassinate him France Germany Spain Jtaly Austria the tides of emigration will go the other Out of this evil spirit grow not only In- Â¬ Norway and Sweden Would It bo fair way aim oy rauroaus irom uitbsia at dividual but national and international to hold the monarch responsible for till Rchring straits whoro Asta comes defamation To no country has more that occurred in that mighty domain within thirty six miles of joining Amer- Â¬ injustice been dono than to our own in Now you must renicjnbor that Alexan Â¬ ica millions of people will pour down days that aro past Long before Mar Â¬ der III reigns Over wdor dominion than through Russia and Siberia and on tin Chuzzlowit was printed tho litera- Â¬ ulLthoso empires put together As down through all tho regions waiting ture of tho world scoffed at everything a nation is only a man or woman on a for the civilization of the next century American Victor Hugo as honest as big scale lot mo ask would you in Â¬ to come and culture great harvests and lie was uncqualcd in literary powor dividually prefer to bo judged by your build mighty cities What the United was so misinformed concerning America faults or your virtues All people ex States now are on tho western hem Â¬ Tho most singular cept ourselves have faults that ho wrote isphere Russia will be on the eastern thing is tho need of whittling with Tho pessimist attempting to write hemisphere Not only because of what which all Americans tiro possessed your biography would take you In your Russia has been to our republic but be Â¬ Jt is such that on Sunday they give weaiior moods and tho picture of you cause of what sho will be let us cease the sailors little bits of wood because on the lirst page of your biography tho defamation of all that pertains to if they did not thoy would whittle the would be us you looked after some that great empire f Russia can afford to be the friend ship In court at tho most critical mo- meanness had been practiced on you ment tho judge whittling says Pris and you were tearing mad Now as I of America America can allord to bo oner aro you guilty and tho accused am an optimist l give you fair warning the friend of Russia And now I proceed tranquilly responds wmttiing i am thrt if ever 1 write your biography I to do what I told the emperor and the Lord John Russell called will taku you as 3ou looked the day empress and all tho imperial family at not guilty us a bubblo bursting nationality your dividends camo in JO per cent tho paluco of Peterhof I would do if I Hut our country has at last recovered larger than you ever anticipated or tho ever got back to America and that is from such caricature and thero is not a morning on your waj- - to business after to answer some of tho calumnies which Mrcot on any city of Europe or Asia 3our first child was born or tho morn- Â¬ havo been announced and reiterated where tho word America will not win ing after your conversion when Heav Â¬ and stereotyped against Russia Calumny the first The emperor and deference Hut thero is a sister nation en had rolled in on your soul Tho on the other side of tho sea now going most accursed homuncull of all tho all the imperial family are in perpetual through the process of international de earth aro the pessimists who whether dread of assassination They aro practi Â¬ famation Thero Is no country on earth they judge individual or national char- Â¬ cally prisoners in tho winter palace to misunderstood as Russia and no acter and whether they wield tongue and trenches with dynamite havo been monarch more misrepresented than its or pen are tilled with anathematiza- Â¬ found dug around the winter palace Will it no bo in the tion and who have more to say about They dare not venture forth except preÂ¬ ompcror cause of justice If I try to set tho freckles on tho cheek of beauty ceded and followed and surrounded by right the minds of thoso who com- Â¬ than of the sunrises and sunset that a most elaborate military guard T My answer to this is that I never saw pose the august assemblage and tho llush it It is most important that this coun- Â¬ a face more free from worriment than minds of those to whom on both sides of the ocean these words shall come try havo right ideas concerning Russia the emperors face The winter palace If tho slander of ono person is wicked for among all the nations this side of around which tho trenches are said to Ihen tho slander of lJO000000 people heaven Russia is Americas best friend have been charged with dynamite and is I p 000000 times more wicked In tho There has not been an hour in tho last in which the imperial family aro said Â¬ naiuv of righteousness and in behalf of seventy five years that the shipwreck to bo prisoners has never been the resi Â¬ Â¬ of free institutions in America would dence of tho imperial family ono mo Mvilinlion and for tho encouragement of all those good people who not have called forth from all the des Â¬ ment since the present emperor has havo been disheartened by the scan potisms of Europe and Asia a shout of been on the throne To go no further back than Nicholas dnlizntion of Russia I now speak Hut gladness wide as the earth and deep as Russa is so vast a subject that to treat perdition Hut whoever else failed us the grandfather of the present emperor it in ono discourse is like attempting to Russia never did and whoever else was Nicholas had for the dominant idea of run Niagara Kails over ono mill wheel doubtful Russia never was Russia his administration the emancipation of When it was found that ho Do not thiul that tho very marked then an old government smiled on the the serfs courtesies extended mo last summer by cradle of our government while yet in premeditated the freedom of tho serfs the emperor and empress and the crown its earliest infancy Empress Catherine lie received tho following letter of prince of Russia havo complimented of Russia in 1770 or thereabouts ottered threat from a deputation of noblemen Your Imperial Majesty We learn im into tho advocacy of that empire for kindly interference that our thirteen colonies might not go down under that the council and senate of tho em Â¬ I shall Resent you authenticated facts In pire have beforo them for deliberation Again that wilj reverse your opinions If thoy the cruelties of war ISIS Russia stretched forth toward with your hanetion tho plan to abolish havo been antagonistic as mlno were When our serfdom throughout the Russian empire a merciful hand reversed I went last summer to Rns u hia with as many baleful prejudices as dreadful civil war was raging and tho We are perfectly willing to abide by would make an avalanche from tho two thunder clouds of Northern and your majestys decision in this matter moui uin of fabrication which has for Southern valor clashed Russia ipraeti and to loyally support your will but years been heaped up against the em Â¬ cally said to tho nations of Europo there aro in Russia a largo number ofÂ¬ Keep your hands off and let tho bravo small owners of serfs who are depend pire Von ask how it is possible tlmt such men of tho North and the South settle ent for actual subsistence on tho labor I rohearted some of thoso serfs and who consequently appalling1 misrepresentations of Russia their own troubles by tho of thoso scenes to tho Emperor last will be left wholly penniless and with- Â¬ I account for it could stand You were probably too out any resource by tho operation of fact that tho Russian language is to July saying Â¬ most an impossible wall Malign tho young to remember tho position your emancipation They will then undoubt took at that time but with ra Â¬ edly resort to desporato measures and United States or malign Great Uritain father fhoir despair will or Germany or France and by the next diant smile ho responded 0 yes I re- Â¬ - in Is exposed for member I remember and thero was an cablegram tho falsehood Â¬ wo all understand English and many accentuation of tho words which dem to mo that these occurrences of our people nro familiar with German onstrated and French Hut tho Russian language had often been talked of in tho ImperialÂ¬ beautiful and easy to thoso born to family I stood on tho New York Bat peak It is to most vocal organs an un Â¬ tery during tho wnr as I supposo manyÂ¬ pronounceable tongue and if at St Pe Â¬ of you did looking off through a magtersburg or Moscow tiny nntl Russian nifying glassupon a licet of Russian What nro thoy doing there calumny were denied tho most of the ships What of Russia would never soe I asked and so ovcry ono nskod world outside business havo tho Russian war ships in or hear the denial Word came What aro tho motives for mlsrepre our New York harbor that another fleet of Itusslau ships waa Commercial interests and Mutation What docs international jaulousy Russia ia as in San Francisco harbor largo as all this rest of Europo put to this moan our rulers asked but did In these gether Remember that a nation Is not got immediate answer two American harbors tho Russtail only a man or a woman on a big scale Go into any neighborhood of America llcots seethed sound asleep Their great word and ask tho physician who has a small mouths of Iron spoko not a floatingand in Russlau Hag whether practice what ho thinks of tho physician the Â¬ tho air or drooping by tho flagstaff who has a largo practice Ask a law Wilyer who has no briefs what ho thinks made no answer to our inquiries stato who has thrco rooms liam II Seward secretary of of tho lawyer at mlnlstor filled with clorks trying in vain to asked tho Russian tho meaulng of those Washington transact two -- superabundant business thai cokes to blny Ask the minister Russlau ships in American watprs Â¬ satisfactory response Adwho has a very limited snudicnco what and ffoM FtvmvgUtisaid to a Russian oftlcr ho think of thomlnistcr who has over- miral flowing audlonces jYhjdocs not Eu- Â¬ after dinner in the homo of tho eminent Because alio has politician Thurlow Weed that maker rope Hkj Russia What aro to swallow all Europo aud unmakor of presidents enough acreage Â¬ sho had only half ajmcaL you doing hero with thoso Russian vesami feel t Not until tho war was of war Russia is m lonff aa North and South sels Hut saya over was it found out that in castfof America put togothor to charge tho forolgn intorvontlon all tho guns anil some one do you mean two Hoots in Now tho last gun of author and the lecturers who havo York audSan these Francisco haybpr ycre written or apokeH against Russia with to ouon In full diapason upon any ior You can By no means falsehood Â¬ that should daro to interfere find in any city or patlon ovlls innum- oignshlp right of Americans north to discourse about with tho erable if you wish and south to sotle their own controihem VISIT TO IU1SSIA v I i i system of it is because ho ought to bo that tho from Russiatransportation 0j to Siberia was an tho only country criminals disturbed Russia is plan udvooatlnf in Europo In which ray bnggogo wos ndmtrablo rather than ondungeon not examined I carried in my hand inont nnd also bocauso it was taking tied together with a cord so that tneir of miles away titles could bo seen a pllo of eight or nil offenders hundreds John Howard thorn from fill to mt from evil companions ten books all of Russia but I had no trouble In nfter witnessing tho plan of deportation cursing tnklng with mo tho books There Is of criminals from Russia to Slberlacom England If ten times more dlftleulty In getting mended it to In Russia ho isa man comnot electro the Amer mits murder your baggage through house than through cuted as we electroeulo hltn or choked ican custom tho Russian I speak not of myself fpr to death by a halter as wo choko hltn to fn Russia nt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J i j Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ -- t- tvu Â¬ Â¬ - shook the earth grew out of Russias interference In behalf of the perÂ¬ secuted Christians of all nntions in Hut says some one have Turkey there not been persecutions of other No doubt just religions in Russia as in other times in New England we burned witches and as we killed Quak er and as tho Jews in America have been outrageously treated ever since I can remember and the Chinese in our land have been pelted and their stores torn down and their way from the steamer wharf to their destined quar Â¬ ters tracked with their own blood The devil of persecution is In every land and in all ages Calumny the Fourth Russia is so very grasping of territory and she seems to want the world Hut what nre tho facts During tho last century and a quarter the United States has taken possession of everything between the thirteen colonies and the Pacific ocean and England during tho same length of time has taken possession of nearly U000000 square miles aud by the extent of her domain has added JoOOOOOOO population while Russia during that time has added only ono half tho num ber of square miles and about 1S 000000 of population Englands ad Â¬ vance of domain by r0000000 against Russias advance of domain by 1S000000 What a paltry Rus sian ndvanco of domain by 1S000- 000 as compared with tho English ad vance of domain by 250000000 The United States and England had better keep still about extravagant and extortionate enlargement of domain Calumny tno fifth Siberia is a den of horrors and to day people arc drivcu like dumb cattle no trial is afforded to tho suspected ones they aro put into quicksilver mines whero they are whipped and starved and somo day find themselves without any head Some of them do not get so far as Siberia Women after being tied to stakes in the streets aro dlsre bed and whipped to death In tho pivsonco of howling mobs Offenders hear their own flesh slzz under the hot irons But what are the facts There are no kinder people on earth than tho Russians and to most of them cruelty Is an Impossibility I hold in my hand a card You seo on It that red circle That Is tho governments seal on a card giving mo permission to visit nil tho prisons in St Petersburg as I had ex Â¬ pressed a wish In that direction As tho messenger handed this card to mc he told mo that a carrlago was at tho door for my disposal In visiting tho prisons It so happened howover that 1 was crowded with engagements aud I could not nuijco tho visitation But hoti about Siberia My answer is Siberia is tho prison of Russia a prison moro than twice tho size of tho United States John Howard who did moro for the improvement of prisoners and tho reformation of criminals than any man that ever lived his name a synonym for mercy throughout Christendom declared by volco and pen Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ No is that of tho Greek Church I am ti Lutheran What is said lie I said to one of the your religion highest and most influential officials at lie said 1 am of the St Petersburg Myself an Amerchurch of England ican of still another denomination of Christians and never having been in Â¬ side a Greek church In my Hfo until I went to Ruhsia could not have received more consideration hail I been baptized in tho Greek church and all my life worshiped at her altars I had it dem Â¬ onstrated to mo very plainly that a mans religion in Russia has nothing to do with his preferment for either office The only ques or social position tions taken into such consiilera tion are honesty morality aud adapta I had not been in SU Petersburg tion an hour before I received an invitation to preach the Gospel of Christ as 1 be Â¬ lieved it Resides all this havo you forgotten that the Crimean war which Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ friends intercede for mo on American wharves and I am not detained I was several days in Russia boforo I was asked if I had any passport at all De pend upon It If hereafter a man believes he Is uncomfortably watched by tho police of St Petersburg or Moscow It Is because there Is something suspicious about hltn Aud you yourself had better when he is around look after your silver spoons I promise you an honest man or an honest woman that when you go there as many of you will for European trawl Is destined to change its coursoÂ¬ from Southern lCurope to thoso northern regions you will havo no more mo- Â¬ lestation or supervisal than in Hrook lyn or In New York or the quietest Long Island village Calumny the Third Russia and its ruler arj so opposed to any other relig- Â¬ ion except the Greek religion that they will not allow any other religion that nothing but persecution and imprison- Â¬ ment and outrage intolerable await tho disciples of any other religion JUtt what are the facts I had a long ride in St Petersburg and its suburbs with the Prefect a brilliant efficient and lovely man who Is the highest official in the city of St Petersburg and whose chief business is to attend the emperor I suppose your religion I said to him Â¬ death son been driven except in case of high trea- Â¬ Murderers and desperate villains are sent to tho hardest part of Siberia but no man Is sent to Siberia or doomed to any kind of punishment in Russia until ho has a fair trial So far as their being hustled off in the night and not knowing why thcy nro exiled or pun Â¬ ished is concerned all tho criminals in Russia havo nn open trial beforo a jury just as wo havo In Amcrjcn except In revolutionary or riotous times and you know in America at such times tho writ of habeas corpus is suspended After being in Siberia awhile tho condemned go to earning a livelihood they come to own their own farms and orchards and vineyards many of theso people coming to wealth and thousands of them under no inducement would leave those parts of Siberia which aro paradises for salubrity and luxuriance Now which do you think is the best style of prison Siberia or many of our American prisons When a man commits a big crime in our country the judge looks into tho frightened faco of You havo been the culprit and says found guilty I sentence you to tho lie goes penitentiary for ten years to prison He is shut in between four walls No sunlight No fresh air No Â¬ Â¬ earth from which tho death ponaUy has Russia Is tho only country on Rcforo he has served his ten years ho dies of consumption or is so enervated that for the rest of his life hu sits with folded hands a wheezing Invalid In preference to the shut in life of the average American prisoner givo me Siberia Reside that when offenders come out of prison in America what d chance havo they Ask the societies formed to get these people places for work Ask me to whom the newly liberated cotno from nil the prisons imploring what they shall do No ono will commend them The pallor of incarceration is on tho cheek Who wants to employ in facÂ¬ tory or store a man or woman who in Where did answer to tho question you live last should make for reply States prison at Auburn or Moyamen Now in Siberia they have a bet- Â¬ slng poorly-supporte- They are never spoken of as crimi- Â¬ nals but as unfortunates and they aro allowed every opportunity of retrieving their lost reputations and lost fortunes 1 talked with the president of the Na- Â¬ tional society of Russia for tho educa Â¬ tion and moralization of the children The president of of Siberian convicts that society appointed by tho em- Â¬ peror is a lady of great accomplish ments and much sympathy which illumines her face nnd makes tearful her eyes and tremulous her voice The evening I passed at her house in St Petersburg was one of the memorable events of my life time I will not at tempt to pronounce the name of that noble woman appointed by the emperor as the president of the National Society of Russia for the education and moralization of the children of convicts Please to nanus any such national so ciety in our country supported by gov Â¬ ernment for taking care of the chil Â¬ dren of convicts You know if you know any thing that there is no chance in this country for a man who has been imprisoned or for his children God pity them and hasten the time when wo shall by some national institution es tablished by tho congress of tho United Stntcswimitate the mere of tho Rus Â¬ sian government toward tho innocent children of imprisoned offenders Ho who charges cruelty on tho Imperial family and tho nobility of Russia be- Â¬ lies men and women as gracious and be nignant as ever breathed oxjgeu The Italian who runs tho peanut stand on Fourth street was turning Ids peanut roaster the other afternoon with slow and measured hand when an old woman came to a halt and carefully observed the operation After scrutinizing tho roaster from every side sho No finally gavo it up and remarked sir you dont get n cent out of me for no such music as that Why I cant catch half of any of the tunes and It smells as if something was burning InÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ter chance Â¬ Â¬ Indianapolis Journal HH WhatTTSmlth doing now Is traveling with a circus Tretty hard work Isnt it No ho has nothing to do but stiak his head in the lions mouth twico a day Caller is your wife in Mr Nabor Nabor rNo sho has just run over to Mrs Calls for five minutes Can yon spare tho tlmo to wnit a couple of hours till sho gels back Will your daughter take Latin this year No there is no Mother danger of it wo had her vaccinated be-Â¬ foro sho loft home Chicago Inter Ocean Lako City Citizen Say sakl tho elderly farmer looking mnn I want a little picco put in tho paper that I want a woman who can cook wash iron milk four cows All nn mnnago a market wagon right saidtlic advertising clerk shall I state what wages will bo paid Wages nothtn shout tho farmer looking mnn I want to marry her side J AGRICULTURALHINTS THE PEAR TREE SLUG Mott Ie- tlfn History nml Hnblta or Mrnetlvo Iiinnct This insect passes tho winter In the pupa siaio tumor ground Tho fllos the progonltors of the nilschlovoiiH brood of Hln8 appear on tho wing in the northern states from about tho third week in May until tho middle of The ily is of u glossy black June color with four transparent wings the front pair beuitf crossed by a dusky cloud the veins are brownish and tho legs dull yellow with black thighs ex cept the hind pair which are black at the extremities and dull yollow in the Hie female ily is more than middle ono ilftli of un inch long tho male is somewhat smaller The femalo of this species begins to deposit her eggs early in June they are placed singly within Â¬ l M h0 yho tootiUflea iiouio for tho sake of self of family of neighborhood and of the of FcnetZ8trnfr FCW ou tho 1 foof individual and immunity trUVCl hart oppoS tt tho good work accomplished In a towns orals indrectly by application of the t may be aerIeatlllss and ornament village improvement asso c a on was organized perhaps ouo n mu from an advanced quarter of tho globe bought a place and beautified it or a resident awoko to tho prevailing ui i mviiy ana ordered himself to uriso nni enjoy the glorious things a wise Creator has put within reach Some Â¬ mwrthy IMPROVEMENT t8 CuuB Country Hacc rrora Chaoi to Ghnrm MWJ NOAHS ARK It Waa Found Jiut Where tho raWiaroh do S W where l - u little semicircular incisions through the skin of the leaf sometimes on the under side and sometimes on upper In two weeks these eggs hatch At first the newly hatched slug is white but soon a slimy matter oozes out of the skin and covers tho upper part of the1 body with an olive colored sticky coating After changing the skin four times it attains tho length of half un inch or more and is then nearly full grown It has a disagreeable and sickening odor Head is small of ti reddish color and is al- Â¬ most entirely concealed under tho a larva t adult Ily affected leaf A ftcr the last molt front segments it loses its slimy appearance and dark color and appears in a clean yellow skin entirely free from slime After a few hours it leaves tho tree and crawls or falls to the ground where it buries itself to a depth of from one to three or four inches It soon changes through t chrysalis form and again appears in the winged form The llies are again actively at work about the third week of July depositing egg- - for a scicond brood and these in turn reach maturity in about four wocks Tear and cherry growers should watch for this pest about the middle of June and early in August If trees are badly infested serious damage ma be done to the foÂ¬ Â¬ ii siro liage Hellebore in powder mixed with water in the proportion of an ounce to t yo gallons and applied to tho foliage with a syringe or a watering pot promptly destroys the slug Fresh air slack lime dusted on the foliage is said to be un etlieient remedy A very minute ichneumon ily i said to lay itV eggs within tho eggs of this saw fly and from its tiny egg a little maggot is hatched which lives within the egg of A PERMANENT LABEL the saw fly and consumes it The illustration which we reproduce from the It Will Iimt for Yearn and Cannot JCaslly Ho Diiurrd Northwest Agriculturist shows an ttf fectcd leaf a ily and larviu of the slug The lahel herewith illustrated is one that will last for years and not be de THE FARMING WORLD faced It is now used in the botanic gardens at Washington and many other Somk poultry men grow cabbages placcn It is made of a piece of zinc solely so as to have them to feed to inches to the back of which aro their laying hens during the winter It soldered two wire legs of any required pays them and it will pay to imitate them Dont be afraid of having too large a crop of cabbage heads the pigs will take all that the family and the hens fail to consume Ont potato crop is not suilicient for our requirements for tho coming year while Canada has more than her people can consume A crop that falls below tho demand should be a paying one and with tho use of more fertilizers greater yields per acre and good keep Â¬ ing varieties the potato growers have u bright future before them KxiKuiMKvrs made for several sea The label is first painteA sons demonstrate that it will cost no length Â¬ more to raise a pig attain a heavy white with the best white lead and lin oil ami allowed to become thorweight nud produce pork that is inter Â¬ seed spersed with loan and fat than to pro-Â¬ oughly dry Then paint with ivory or duce pork that is almost wholly com drop black mixing it with a small posed of fat By feeding a variety of quantity of coach varnish While it is back of food including com more pork and of still fresh write on it with tho a broad pointed steel pen which will better quality will result than when leavo tho name In white letters The only corn is fed label might be used on trees by fasten Â¬ A wonukiifuIj improvement has been ing tho wire loosely around a limb made in the varieties of tomatoes dur- Â¬ Better still Is to cut the zinc 10 incites ing the past five years They are now long and roll ono ond around the limb smooth on the surface and aro also very solid compared with old varieties How io nlt iork lf improvement progresses as rapidly salting pork do not use the old In in the fipluru aiiu tho past with toma- pork barrel without a thorough cleans- Â¬ toes tlioy will nt somejday contain but ing This may be dono by a washing a few seeds and be as solid fleshed as and soaking with water mado strong apples with the comtiion washing soda which It is not now a mntter of distance is cheap and can be found at almost from market but tho tlmo in reaching anv grocery store A better way if it- It has been truthfully claimed that the barrel has been in uso long und if a farmor living on n poor road ten It has ever had meat or brine bocomo miles from market is really a greater tainted in it will bo to fill It full of distance away than tho farmer living dry earth and allow it to stand a two hundred miles nway but who has week or more during which tlmo tho the advantage of a railroad It is the earh will have absorbed much of tho tlmo and cost of reaching tho market grease and all of the odor that may that adds to tho cost of tho products have penetrated into the wood Thentho soda washing will cleanse it thorFarm and Fireside j oughly Out tit Ilorrri Die Dig out tho borers from tho peach Do not begin to feed corn to hogs too trees now and cut as far into tho wood be Mime refuse yet possiblo rather than allow a soon There will as green weeds grass etc which borer to escape It will not injure such the trees to cut into them provided the may be utilized After the cold weather feeding cuts aro not made across the bark too begins is the time to commence waste the meantime all the severely Cuts that are mado with corn In purpose ihould the grain up and down the bark will material suitable for the pig pea be put to good use in the caqge no dumage Â¬ und its effects in many places Yet who ever saw a city man buy in a neg- Â¬ lected disorderly looaJUty reached by bad roads much less a run down farm half hidden by brush weeds rubbish and general ugliness Having sold to advantage the individual of tasto and improvement can in less than a decade repeat tlie process by investing in the same vicinity After a beginning suc ceeding sales will be lessdillieult until a genuine demand is established Once an urban family or two become owners their wealth and influence will be added to the momentum of progress Leaving unsyrtken any sentence relative to the refinement and culture these persons may infuse has the presence of such with a desire for the good things of life and means to pay for them proved detrimental to producers I am acquainted in any community with many whose weekly supply of broilers butter eggs spring lamb canned and preserved fruits etc is ob tained through the winter from farmers among whom the warm season is delightfully passed That material recompense shall follow in the orbit of improvement is an unalterable law of nature llollister Sage In X V Trib- une Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ b iMti va unco cuaos Into present cnarm tlio same as in forming ehar- nuuiiK in rectitude It may bo that the reader is tho one person on whom the destiny of his town depends 1 hough perhaps living in ungrateful desolation ho may mako a beginning however small With unfaltering de- Â¬ termination as the months pass the man of enterprise will gradually emerge as a leader of reform or an in citing clement to it Nor are public tin provemeut and the enhancement of values in property which it naturally precedes together with heightened ethics the only goal There is more than possibility yes strong probabil- Â¬ ity that the fortune and consequent comforts of the refined creator of em- ueiilsliments may increase Has anyone failed to note the modern tendency of the wealthy in commercial centers toward rural ownership of real estate The movement is of compara tively recent origin yet in the few years past note the increase in volume Â¬ Â¬ i beeinnlnp wn nni - ti iwvuuuK- - to ttako the journey In tho most economical No Wonder Thoy Ornnn quick and uoiufortulilu manner purehano l Groauing permissible to the rlioimiatlc your tioltet via tho Chicago ite But tho groans will s on rouse when thov Union Pucltio an i Hoiithern Pacitiu tnko HostetterH Stoiuueh Hitter whli li H s Pullman drawing room sleeiug ears licvoi tho agonizing malady with gratHvliig are run Irom Chieugo to San Frniioifco promptitude Indfecstlon constipation Without clmiign in tin en and one half days iiiuiuriui U1IIIICIIIS kick aeauueiie unions Completely Jurat hod tourJrtt sleeping ctrs uervoiiiUUMH and a lack of physical nre also run In whMi neeoiunioditioiiH ran iiea stamina tiro among tho ailments overcome be procured bv pirn nois holuiuir either by thin comprchen i vo remedy ilivt or o ond class tlekon at a cosiof only f 100 per hoith irom Chlcnito to Hau Fran V itus a lurhor talks too much hl Ptor oh elsoo and other California p Into Tho Imgo arc geaerully illustrated with outs Texas hour of dopaituroof tralim from iSorth-WeHt-urn when Noah landed on tho top of Mount Ararat in Armenia Although hnwM neither n shlp bulldcr by trade nor did that ends it up use steel plates but built h la vctwol This fronttsploco is a representation with wooden plunks only tho ark was of tho Ico Queen in hor grotto drawn of snob marvelous power for resistance by Henry Saudham to accompany Mr that it has withstood tho wear und tear Stuidhiuna article The Vagaries of of wind and weather all this timo until Santa Clans tliis day To this CfTeot La tho infornm- Tho Ulneeoat School the famous Hon convoyed to tho world by the right English school in which Charles Lamb roverond popal delcgato to Malabar and other noted Englishmen were edu archdeacon of Habylon and Doctor of catcd by Loulso Imogen Gulnoy is Divinity Josoph Kouri in his report of highly Interesting and fully illustrated hU traveling ndvouturo published in tho by Joseph rennoll Mr Van Celts most tauiiiul Jioiuan Catholic paper Case by William O Stoddard To Universe ut Paris Tho report is re this strong story succeeds an equally pleto with mlnuto circumstantial evi strong Christmas ballad by It Musdoti dence of the fact that tho learned doc- Â¬ aid Alden How Lnjla Found the tor has discovered tho ark of Noah on Chrlst chlld beautifully Illustrated by tho top of the Ararat At a distance of Morrill ono thousand feet from tho top of tho Tho new serials that commence In mountain too small a distance to allow this Christmas number aro of unusual of a possibility of mistake ho saw with excel lonce They are W 0 Stoddards his naked eye u spot of a peculiar tint Revolutionary storyGuertTcn Eyek which on closer inspection was found j Molly Elliot SeuwelPs naval story Tho to look like a largo vessel part of which Midshipmens Mess and Theodora It stood out abovo the snow and waa Jennesss Indian story Plokco and clearly visible It was abovo threo bun- - hor People all finely illustrated A drcd feet lonsr and one hundred feet delightful Christmas nlav for votine high In tlio center was a turret The people Wishing by William Grant sides had openiugs like windows Tho is given complete with directions for central part of tho roof had been broken homo representation in by the snow Tho doctor was ho Prico ttO cents 5240 a year D LoTiiuot Company Publishers says in a condition of wonder so inde Borlbublo as to entirely overlook tho Boston Mass fact that it would have been well to go Mas Batnin How much Is your innearer to tho vessel and examine it come Charlie Yoa ought more thoroughly Ho says it was on to know you l Mr Brulio April U5 last at two p m that ho first Brooklyn Life spend it all my dear saw that he stood faco to faco with the Tub reason that rich men havoRO many ark of Noah friends 1b hcotiuso thoy uro capital fulluwu Rochester Democrat Sub Hosa The merchant was tell- Â¬ ing a bright reporter of a bad business I know lie le an urtioc by profession Klud of n sub rosa affair failure said the reporter Hog pardon Went that hut what is no by occupation I Washington Star down under their owes and the reporter laughed long and loud Detroit California In Threo mid Onrllulf Duya Free Press If you are g lug to California anil dcMlro Â¬ Â¬ It was somo flro thousand years irc it ago Christmas Widt Awake The December Wide Awake is true Christmas number and lias therefore tho full Christmas flavor from tha beautiful colored frontispiece that opens it to the fantastic flower piece wtk iMiei iinel anil fslnlB whtsk tlinhimli Inlurfl thn Iran and burn Off rlUWMrtOw ThhlklnMiin Brn IMlUhto pars conwnwr lMlunblooniVth4 orcry purctaa for MUi ItU or BU pACkn i t MODJESKA When some one asked this famous ac Â¬ tress how she preserves her beauty sh said am not economical with my money or my emotions I nm the veriest spendthrift that ever lived of smiles and tears and dollars It Is that I have stltt retained the power to feel everything Ahcthcr jjldd or sad most Intensely t laiifih and cry within the same moment almost that keeps me ycunR Aost peo- Â¬ ple grow morose and melancholy as they urow old One reason for this Is that they suffer terribly with Indigestion When the stomach falls the vital forces soon de dine the form loses Us roundness tha step its elasticity and vlor All this can be guarded against by taking the Laxative Gum Drops These Gum Drops contain a fine cathartic embodied In gum drop ma tcrlal They contain no disagreeable tasta of medicine They can be given to chil-Â¬ dren without the slightest danger In fact so mild and gentle arc they that many people may think they have no effect upon them but If they will persevere for several nights in their use they will notice that they will receive the utmost benefit from their use Get this great remedy of any dealer The small boxes arc 10 cents thd large boxes 25 cents SYLVAN REAEDY CO Peoria III 1 SirtluijH Map or tho United States Map of tho Tnltod States mounted and suitable lorolTieuor homo two is ifisticd bvtholliii ltuMoii Kotito Copies will bo mailed to any address on re ceipt of twelve cents In postage lv P S A lurfjo lmmlBomo Â¬ Eustis Genl Pass Ajont It Chlcugo C B I1L tt 0 It western ltv prompt connection with n trains ariahle route Kut and South excursion tickets allowing nine moulis stay In the health itlvingulliiiatoof Califor nhi second cIiisr tloiittsut low rates sleep ing oir rosorvatioiiH and lul lurorinatlon can ho proem ed of any ticket agent orbv addressing W A Thrall ionoral Pasnuu ger and T eket Agent Chicago K Korth ulTordH 1 from tho Chicago Eight doctors treated me for Heart Disease and one for Rheumatism but did me no good I could not speak aloud Everything that I took into the Stotnrch distressed me I could not sleep I had taken all kinds of medicines Through a neighbor I got one of your books 1 procured n bottle of Greens Aug- Â¬ ust Flower and took it I nm to day stout hearty nud strong and enjoy the best of health August Flower saved my life and gave me my health Mrs Sarah J Cox Defiance O d Ammst Flower Tin burprlnr dooBiit care anything nhout going through your house Ho iHKitisueu with tho Uaul Elmirv Uuzutto A pun Cotn contracts Thats why your pnoket hook 1h h Niuall when you have coaled up for tho winter Daavllio Bteezo would send ten cents in stamps to E 0 McCormlek U P T agent C I picture A futplg II ir I Woro You a Â¬ Raid byacockncvof a brutal husband Marry the widÂ¬ How to remove weeds ow Texas Sittings It takes a uutstor stroko to smooth down a rehclliouH schoolboy Summku Enoaoumbnth Beach These seaside hotels are mere boxes1 Kunds Yes Boxes of matches Puck Â¬ eopy of tho famous Martha Washing ton cook book HJO pages fully Illustrat- Â¬ ed Like tho velvet vestibuled trains D between Cincinnati of the C 11 and Chicago tho Martha Washington Tho book cook book Is unrivalled will bo sent prepaid it 1 It It Cincinnati and got Throat OuroM Consumption Coujhs Croup Hor Sold by nil DrujjnUt oa a Guarantee - yw E - Ttic Best - Waterproof Coat In tho WORLD I itxlj gut it down flue What 1 value moU is my pence of mind Thats strange loo Youve such a smnll n llnlnR for a Wiinx it oomos to uiakiuT tiost softlj quacked tho cldor duck Ive piece - Harpers Bimir A Dosn In Timo Saves Nino of ITnlns Honey of Horehouud and Tar for Coughs Pikes Toothache Drop Cure in ouo mlnuto aro colors that will not run ftefl Is vorit lit t In hoy smart at his lessons No ho generally misses thorn and then ho is smart for about iiftcon minutes after- Â¬ ward a laudahlo ambition my son to wish to llguro in polities but ho sure to hot ou the side that is going to win Boston Trun It isastraugo paradox that fast colors It in script - Boston Ml SUCKER rjt Tran- Â¬ horlpt Wrhavo noticed that when a woman asks to ho taken to tho Bilk counter she speaks in a much louder voice than when alio asks to look at tho calico remnants low said tho cellar when tho upper of tho hoiuio fell into it They all Testify To TIIOFISII llltAVD KIinnH la wsrrnntiM watrr ironr mm wlllkrtp yntitlry In tha hnrdrttttunn Th new ruM JllL Ulic hllll It a nttltLl NJiiii und ooerttiotnHroiinMlB Itflwmoof Jmltailous liont Ilrniiil l not on It llluttra1 dura cunt If A 1 TOW Kit Hoiton Man imnatalnminlrfi tiollh the o Efficacy the That wan a pretty hard story to I swal- Â¬ VV f 19 ijlt ir jTX AiJ H I LIVE STOCK wl l 1 B I part Â¬ r A I t Swifts Specific Wo CUTS orauxyja hvooic In nay Hptc aneit Book atorbilow quoted prlcoi for lain vIll furnUh duplicate or any dent in It truer Â¬ unAiivour shooting party had an acci Â¬ Yes Billy Smith shot a duck Smith JrayteCos Monthly I H t l May ho your pilot and guldo Anoitnu your hark throuuh tho stormy hch of lifol Fair Widow No dear but you may bo Brooklyn Life my Kocoud mato Waoouu Didnt you order a statuo of kYos but Stntrger tlio Venus do Milol both arms were gone and 1 Hout it straight bac- k- Chicago Inter Uconn y - - row somebody Almost a Hint Sho this morning for whom you have groat ml He You HJ eh 1 gucAs miration you must have lookod In tho mirror I cono forth to tlio anUnodcf ju to niching tbo skeptical and confjundlr0 tho Uicorlei of thcuoTTlio depend eololr on tha physicians nklll Tbcro li no klooa taint which It do3 not InuncJ In telr eradicate PoUon outwnrdly abtorbed or thu result of vllo dlicajw from wltblu all yield to UiU potent but tlmplo remedy It Is a unniualod tonlo bullduptho old uulfoblecarti4 nil dlwucs arlilnft from Impuro blood or uenkonod rltality Send for a treatUo Exnrnlno tho proof Book on Blood nncJ Bkln DUomcii Tlio old tlmn slmula nrnodyfrum tlio Quo ula BTomna anil flolil has OUXHI Jut aliown othr ANKefkg NcwspaparCo- - Elrctrxiljrprr nt Htoreoijrper T7 170 Eimlfilreef TIIKD Trill tlo do frtA br mill CIXVINVATI mailed Texas SUttiigH It 3moilta SWIFT SPECIFIC Sell Drawer a Atlanta Qa trm FITS OPIUM m fuu T1UI Hint IUMiniKMOWtHIhllaP m wrfxM a mu rriH nm urn after II otlirrehll Ailirtu CO Â¬ m x m r y- - f hamriesa proper functions of womanhood Improves digestion enriches the blood dlspek ache and pains bring Crashing skp and re tcwbaalth and vigor For every female complaint and dteurbance It k the only remedy so sure and unfailing that it can be strengthening nervine TMirolv veritable nerfMtlv It regulates and promot M me SUXSUWJC cornea no matter how dark tbo clouds aro when tho woman who la borto doivn by womans troubled turns to Dr rfercos FavIf her orite Prescription llfo Is mado gloomy by tho chronio Tvcakncescs delicate derangements and pnlnful diuirdors that of lllct her sox thoy aro comIf sbos pletely cured overworked nervous or run down tbo lias new llfo and strength Favorite PrecrJpUonw is a powerful invigorating tonlo and a toothing and Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mornhliifl Jlnblt Cnrd In touatlitys Nuttuy till cured int j srri iiis Lbuo ukkb VlTl mj lm r wM Hjanuffps Ibf Btliotioro Alluya It tor m rain TftJta and Hniell alia JutUuiinntlen lleaJaRK CHroyATAW ggi nBLm rtjjl Vrtl S I f tHHBp wB III i H fnl inn fin H g H Bky iB I Irvmedloc ii III III riilil In iiiihii t k I LfAlB xf RoUrlnsnolBcefittUMiMi tm wMMWImlrlrlf Ml IfcUBil lilWIWwM CentumiMlvaa and teople w m am xum ri trfw rr Wf1 tM 1 nft Xlf inrTiilaW Jul tvtr nof uonispnon ic ai wtrM lknada Hmi tuAlnUtf 4oaa iiiiaoi bail t fake mi ma aateufHrrup m liobTwklHMr AlUl mount ui ourafor bom cTarywHerit guarantied If It doasat beaaltor owe you bare yew Bsoaey back MRESIt S7I0 sGUNS itu MlH Xu Htlft U Mfa WMKV WKITIXU jh mw T AWKKtiaKIM AflfMrUMMka4 ICaJiT U 1 1AXM1Y TKEACYS STRINQ Tm R By Handled Again This Year Hnry Mebainlel fully handled tln Honry MoDnniol who bo aikjcohh ngam not your uud will luivo a vory atrong Htablu to start with nbout twouty in mmibor and a grout many of thorn if ready win- Â¬ now Among tho number aro the crack 8 yoar olds Iritth Chief and Sompor ilex who woro among tho boat 8 your oldH in tho west tho pant HQusoii and as thoy wont into win tor quartorri hh Hound uh whon thoy woro foalod thov Hhould bo a niOHt UHoful pair in Thon thoro ih tho useful ohoHtnut muro Ella Khip man who it in mu is a nuicli bottor maro than nho Iiiih hIiowii although hor porformnncoH woro ulwayH of tho roliablo kind and hIim ought to bo a good broad winnor in ho maro hor 4 yoar old form KospoiiHO ia thought to bo ovor hor knoo troublo and Hhould hIio train it will tako a Yo Tambiou or an Tda Pickwick to boat hor an who in a fast gamo maro 1 horwtH in tho Troaoy atuhlu during lift pant wmi hoMj him nignod to train tlial ntiihlu I 1J boy in a Wiuhilo IunM school jfiSWfc has been suspended for reading tho W 1nnls following essay oil punt ant made for men and not men BR for pants Women aro made for c fi3G a man men and not pants When punts for a woman or a woman punts for u mini they uro a pair of A Such mints dont last nimtH Pants aro like molasses thinner in wwir ELiAW Miw PLEASANT IdtVMril vvwf hot weather and thicker in cold nCTmiX JrlKt The man in the moon changes his pants during an eclipse Men ate often mistaken in punts Such errors produce brooches ot promise THE NEXT MORNING I FEEL BRIGHT AND NEW AND MY COMPLEXION 13 OLTTER There iuis been much discussion us Mr rtoctnr Mjrt It KntlT on tho itomh Ijrr HlUnilsvrriiil litlvi Till drink It to whether punts is singular or Mill kliincj hrrlo anil It prrimtx U lor uu oil dully m mdo from plural Seems to us when men lea I til riklinl wear pants thoy aro plural and All druuKliUaolt It attOcund 1100 apneknge when they dont it is singular TourntitMiiKotUaiilTourBililrffirirooniimylo If YtktmWj Mr4lfln lararh Inc jnonliTtn ttoliraUlii mr the lwtAdtllru Men got on a tear and tear their - j OUATOll rWOUUWAUO iivrr nrn pants uud it is nil right but when punts get on a tear it is all wrong A B0 ff J m G FBDBR J0CutkitPrlco House fj uacic sthkkt H c M jjnn - fMNCIXXATr OHIO lw krl CRnn i IILUl Ul IILII1 I nmir 1 IKNnrUS uud nil kliii l muhii wrt iiiul ithrr cnniN In Notion niltl KurnMiiiif II A VO i iilY rNDKItWKAl JIOVIW SHAWIN IIOI IUANKK1f MS Iliiv LU-f-- lt lwanHiiiiiurinE jiivEiir 135 E MAIN STREET SootN A Cuilom HMi9 Squars JP w Ilto IK ItOO fpctljl utlvnlloii Cluirvh Siin to mtiil onlir t lo LEXINQTON Nt H York KY LANES MEDICINE Trimble Bros WHOLES ALE MT STKULINC5 KY WATCHES DIAMONDS CLOCKS A ii JWLLRY Solid giilrer A For pain in tho chest there is nothing bottor than a llannel cloth saturated with Chamberlains Pain Balm and bound on over thereat It will produce a count- r of pain irritation without blistering ami is not so disagreeable as mustard in fact it is much superior to any MisH Homdon Olonviow Clara plaster on account of its Boll Gladstone OConnol Old qualities If used in time Pugh and tho fast Tromont filly it will prvent pneumoniu 50t 1 pain-relieving LOUIS STIX WIIOIUSAIr DKAMUtH IN CO Optical Goods Jotiiy rexpei Dry Goods notions c piitromiKe of Mountain Nleiehiiiit r Tvtiiitfiinient of iironiire ami the tullv illllcitltl m bke imziM73srm lawmiiima sac a La Rosa will eomprtee tho 8 yoar old division Morriney and Cliiek oring will i1ho bo out together with that fust littlo maro Ilia who mado X0 a hIiow of such horses as tho Karaday Strathmaid etc at tho Lexington fall mooting should sho provo not in foal as sho was brod lato in tho season Tho 2 year olds will consist of Otwyanna br f by Onandaga Miss 1 Imttlos for sale by Rose lonos tups Vitality Preference b f by Foiiho Prolonco Newark b c bv Bulwark Maggie l Mahogany c by Bulwark May Kennedy La kota b o by Lolaps Creole Hell hnd Alonso b c by Fonso This stable during tho season of 1802 won tho neat sum of 21170 and with reasonable luck during tho coming year tho green and old gold sash will bo often soon in front Goorgo Juison who rodo for tho stable last season will also ride during tho coming year Lexing Â¬ ton Loader Tho success of Chamborlains Cough Remedy in elfectinga speedy euro forcolds croup and whooping cough has brought it into great domand Messrs Pontius Son of Cumoron Ohio say thut it hus guinod u reputation second to none in that vicinity las M Queen of Jonston W Va says it is tho best Ilight Nodding Hollo ch f by Le Â¬ Tho court of appeals is now tak Â¬ ing its holiday recess and when it reassembles u new Iuce will be seen occupying thechuir assigned to t ho junior member of the court The friends of Judge llazolrigg aro con Â¬ fident ho will ill the position in such a manner as to reflect tho vory highest credit upon himself and justify in the extremis the confi Â¬ dence reposed in him by his cm -stituonts His gonial will win for him from his brother members of the court an amount of lovo second only to the respect they will soon feel for his ML Sterling Advo Â¬ legal ability cate Dec 27 simplo-hcnrt-edness Thlnl Iluce ami Tiiioii St tINCINNATI O WlNOlllNlTn KY We curry tho foiN thut will suit vour I rmlf mid our prlcfh nrc T11K IOWItot N II WITIlKltSlOON Preidcn K II 11 rNTKlS Cashier SHcinl ntteiitloii to mail orders OOOOOCH Paid up iipitiiT Surplus 00JUM This Hunk solicits the account of hut cliauts farmers iraderx uud hiisiiiesN men generally throughout Kastein Keiiineky and oilers its customer rvcry facility and the imul liheral terms within the limit ol legitimate Imnkin octlSlv WINCHESTER BANK nATSONAL u a 2 D RHMJpllv C WASHINGTON Kill U now rntrrlajf mon Its pliiiionHiiml mits- Nooihor rinilly wiiWIy In tint itimitry Us lint nucii a Krovvili ami inliiliiliif It so struilllr roimiy In tho tnlliil Htntrvanil U bom tut Tint National TrtmrNic ypr of Traders Deposit Bank MTSsTKllLLNC KY 110000 liui cIiiIm of suWrllHiri ut inrlv evrrv lmtofller It Iims shIiiimI tliU proiiil iKisltton solely on lis iiitrlta M lillil ltitrfiOliii nmilty itHMMnT iery Uaiitai 1 200000 Sntiirs THOMSON M I HO G STAFF lresident b KIHKPATKKK Vice President W raturta It will than rvir for tLYr 1893 mnilo nuicli Ivetttr ami mom atlrsctlr Wlilln rialnlnir all or Its iim nt iHjpuUr will coiiitiinlly aild new ones It Casliier ITS - Megrimino tho only permanent euro for all forms of headache and neuralgia relieves tho pain in from For salo en pos- Â¬ 15 to 20 minutes Tmc JIkiiaid of Â¬ itive guarantee at fice or sent postpaid by mail upon receipt of price 50 cents a box Croup Influsn ia Whoojilnc Cough llronthltti anil Asthma A curUin eur lor Coniumptlon in first tUcrt nnd Uso at one n iuro relief In advanccl You will ttotho excellent ctTect tabinc It Ourej OoldiCouglisBoro Throat ittr oM by dalers everywhere flrit doe bottles 0 cant and 100 ur Lirji tn We respectfully solicit the hnsiucs of wi chants farmers traders and hnsiness oen uenerally throughout Kastcrn Kcntneky A Jive us a Kcucrnl oaukiuK hnsiness done chance to scud you a hank hook nay ynr checks and lou n von monev when in need V TitoMfsoN Cash lllll sTounts of KItVH t irlMIIIJTX pliuti nt tint scut of Oovrrninviit tint It ft fnl rrHrLs UKImk lniortniii innttrrs In ougrrna all of ran tx IHTIIIM by Thon Nut tho iainoui vr411rtlst Alt IIINTOUVtlm by inrn who actuntty snrfd stniKftlr niid foiiKlit In 110ItT NTOttllX of Humane Trnvrl Kipr V nuv ami Atlvonttirt by ImulliiK writers ginulp about publlo pTURi ami tlit Kxocutlvii lHimrtmeiiU HOST IX QUKT1TT BK8T IS qiAUTT hoover usod 11 most perfect satisfaction 50 bottles for salo by Roso lonos Tho Hopkinsvillo Democrats aro not aillictod with independent organizers Thoy havo by organi- Â¬ zation and hard work accomplished more good results and won more victories by overcoming Republi Â¬ can majorities than any Democrats in tho world Thoy boliovo to a man in working together and this explains why 550 Democrats out- Â¬ vote 700 Republicans in all city elections In tho recent contest but six Domocrats in all tho city scratohod thoir tiokots In one instanco Democratic sons voted against thoir Republican father and thoro woro numerous instances whoro sons killod thoir fathers votes Personal claims business ties relationship or friendship aro not sufliciont causes to induce Hortkinsvillo Domocrats to scratch thoir tiokot Thoy aro not of that kind Hopkinsvillo Kontuckian In buying n cough modicino for ohildron says II A Walkor n prominont druggist of Ogdon novor bo afraid to buy Utah Chamborlains Cough Romody Thoro is no danger from it and re liof is always sure to follow I Winona Miss says Chamber Â¬ Cough Remedy is perfectly lains roliablo J have always warranted it and it novor failed to give the FJones druggist apt Todd Hall known as tho legislative harmonuor just before Christinas boughtsoventy tive pairs of stockings and presented them to tho wives of the members of the legislature with his compliments WASTES GREANS as Christmas presents Tho ladies all blushed accepted and thanked Uncle Todd lie approximated tho fitness of tho articles by first FOR 20 YEARS asking ouch member the size of Mas loci ail Worm Remedies shoos his wife woro Then ho would EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED draw from his largo assortment SOLD KV15KVW1 IKHE that which he thought was the cor Â¬ lYtpimUr ItlllUIIDHIIXTATLIIII II KI CO HTtOLIII MuaiaMiawMMaMBnaBaBaaai responding sizo I J Nos DINGFELDKK WITH 1 ToifMKiioiu nrPAitTnrNT tmly of Niitlonal roplilntlou w it AM T tntii M ltOBINSON Importers and lohhers of CO orv mwm other iior AiaiictriTtitAii iiAirrnNT cart iiiua i Jin iAit mitui br iiiiirc fall uinl roinplutu tlmo piibllsliiHl by any iFhai mw ruri nilly compl ed DRY CAM GOODS fiSi AND s NOTIONS l Tiik National Thimcnk Is strictly non partliAD ami thoroiiKhly Aincrlrnii It bolloves In thi Kratrtt nod to tlm ariMtrst iiinnlHT of our iHopli ami Iht hlulant Iflvploiiinunl of our Instltuilous lu National unity ami oxaltod loyulty VfRMlEUAE and 511 r West Main Street KY lice 1 LOUISVILLE Do Business With a Horns Institution It clsiini tOKlM iiuiro unil Ix ttpr niHttrr for tliawra of Inn rcnla a wk tliun anv otbor publleatlon Kvary linn thul iiipiikis In It Is wrlttnii Air It ami ha ppenn d III no oilier pnper II met no ayuUlral i tiolli tut niatlrr AililriM fj THE NATIONAL 1729 Now York Ave yayaoinvanTRIBUNE WASHINGTON a Year - THE CLAY CITY 0 C els each day In order to be heal- Â¬ with thy this is necessary D H CARPENTER On Friday Dec 28 at a school WHOMWALB DRY OOODS entertainment on Indian creek in NDTlONri HUOTW SHOlCSitc Menofoe county Con Ilolton Luth Â¬ Lanes Medicine moves tho bow Â¬ Hn MAuriN ft5ly National banK FIOYD DAY FRANK l rssii President Casliier No Hank in Haitem Kentucky has better vaults nor hetter facilities for keeping your account Mauved entirely lie home people who know you and who are always ready to accommodate you Call on us to loan on rctmonahle rates Capital CLAY CITY KY GOOD PAY FOR GOOD WORK er Crisp Jim Uudmn and others who woro on a spree got into a general fight and after the smoke had cleared away it was discovered that Con Hilton had recoivod a se Â¬ rious wound in tho nook Luther Crisp had his arm broken and Jim Hudson had received a flesh wound Each man had boon in the thigh pinkod with a pistol ball Coughing loads to consumption Koinps Ralsam stops tho cough at once CATLlVlTStUMUi KY A cortaln enro for Chronlo Soro Eyo3 Tottor Suit lihoum Scald lload Old Chronlo Soros Fovor Sorca Eczomti Itch Tralrlo Scratches Soro Nipples and Pllos It is ooollng and soothiog Ilundrodsof oasoa havo been curod by it af tor all othor troutmont had fallod it is put up in S3 and DO cent boxo Ohamborlain s Eyo and Skin Ointment For Ladies or Gentlemen J II PHILLIPS WITH 5 to 500 Cash According to results accomplished in addition to a liberal commission of twenty per cent W M KERR 3 CO JOIIIIIKS IN CHAS BUCIIAXAX particularly reconunond Chumbor M Jones A gentlomiui named Leo moved to Cartor county throo yours ago mid purchased 800 seres in woods r stepping fltono to Since that time ho has Tor 1600 qualification and future prosperity FLOYD BYRD oleared up seventeen Korea of tho DAY HOUSE IIaxki Orkkv Ky Campton Ky Wo want good Agents to solicit for sold land anil put in tobscco and MH8 IOU DAY Proprletre is ATTORNEY-AT-I- A Thin house has been reeeiulv refitted and subscriptions tin tobacco for 2700 He sold lUffy tA Y Tho inducements we FMtifnlltflilil Mtit itA 11 Mtit to Kchm Hh o Ttm Ro ll men nop crop for 12 a pound all cfet- a mf whh tka Hcht f tk mertn thjayaars ir AMraoU of title fumUlicd eollec piled with the lit In the Htarket Hates extra good jtrbund Greenup Gazette Cq Nw York ton itiatle and prompt returns jumntuteed reasotiMble Sample room attached and spe RcwrtK CUktwwriu CoHHCQted with the law firm of ood ii Duy eil rates to eomiiif roinl men Patronaue ENQUIRER COMPANY h Take Twc Hjcrald a year 100 Mt yterllng Ky in civil pructice How is a good time to aulMoribo renpectfully solicited atjiy salo by Rose 10 safe Hnd roliablo It is intended HpociHlly for colds croup and 50 bottlos for whooping cough Uina bocauso I havo found it to Winchester Democrat Tho Bath county court of claims has ordored that all persons asking tho county for support horoafter most go to tho infirmary This is perhaps the bottor way for whon money is appropriated for paupers outsido tho infirmary it gonorully coats from twonty flvo to fifty per cont oxtra for special comuuttoes tVdiiburse the amount appropri Â¬ ated tyinolioatw Democrat - of invention that becomes a great Practical BootESdoetfer and growing city W W Woolcott HAZEL OUEKN KY lias been granted a patent on a nml stl SHelil attention broad knoader which his friends ruction Kuurnntl to Hiairln Iuiiiinliot SitoniStiukt Hlinp at old say will boat tho deck It is indeed Ntutid on the hill near the Herald otllcu I RONTON O Instead of a model of simplicity two rollers it has only tho upper H one and tho dough rests on a metal lUACTICAI slab which passes under tho roller Livery Feed and Sale Stable Tho pressure is easily rogulatod and Blacksmiths and Wagonmakers it seomH to fill tho bill complotoly HAZEL QREEN KY Winchester is manifesting a spirit Also Hardware Agricultural Implements OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS MALTA GUESS PREMIUMS PLOWS COOKS MILLS KVAPi OKATOHS CHAMPION REAPERS FOR SUBSCRIBERS AND MOWERS STODDARD AND ACME HARROWS tcv v No Impossibilities or Uncertaifl DOORS AND SASH A SPECIALTY ties Evory thing Fair Honor- Â¬ 110 and 112 able Plain and Positive 8co programme in tho ROSE DeBUSK J PIERATT Weekly Enquirer of our Fourth Annual Contest araoo HAZEL OHEEN KY HliickmnlthliiK of all kinds solicited and Agenta for largeBt cluba We make a Hpeclnlty work promptly donu jirDouhle and Sinl of building U 1orso wngons and guarantcu His and Saddle Horses nil work Au Agency for tho WeekW for hire Purlieu eonvet All who arc Indebted to the NOTICE ed to any point on renvnii Enquirku is a profitable business It k flnn or either of u for work niUHt emnn nble ternu mid ettle nidcuh or ntifictory term will - will also attend to all calls for nucl the best school in tho world to prepare be ilfiuunded for all work done heronHor pThnnklnK yoit for past patronagoand no tioneeriiiK Rttd solicit htislncsH of this kind one for a businet 8 contact with the licltliiK a continuHiice of thu name wt nic Itesjiectfully Ac ROSE ft DkBUSK rcipcctAdly public JOHN H PIKKATT buaioee S25SS A I Lf A OINOINNATI O