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Digital page images are linked to the text file. m - m 3 ifS- v--- - - yMfZi H - r tgNCER COOPER Ownor and Editor j in OfuNolsyAVorhl With Nairn 1rom All NntloiiH iij- - ii - - ll I I II Piuuhmhhm n mum lift- Iumbiltif- - at 111 Hack 12 tl00 A YEAR 1895 Always In Ativans 1 T- - I- l- P ELEVENTH aYEAR i HAZEL GREENAYPME COUTYj KENXUGKX THUIISDAY DECEMBER l1lj hi NUMBER 07 liHiifiil OwMid ni Il linii ft net fe yiyi e jsiyiiiie t7 WINCIIHJTJSiCi KY A Academy Notea Dunawavniiu NEIGHBORING NOTES Prtifi Xnomlis seconda Id TJImrfoy CH Utters llehryMurphjvofj May town will en cilasrf of 15 scholars litis in cumnnsnip ior ten unya rolliianuary 1 v WlKCfiiEBd Items of News Gathorod by Busy t Tlie7doilyprogrnm of rociratiotrwill a ii i a i 0w - 4 Xi I yVi t WITIIERSPOON President -jlf Jf D HUJKTKIt Cashier Herald Correspondents That Its Roadora May Bo Postofl oaTlint Is Doing Said and Bono m fK up Capital 20000000 Surplus 16000000 BanMollcils the accounts of mer A RESUME OF THE PAST WEEK I This farmers trai bra and business men Eastern Kentucky every facility and tf theres a hole In u your coats tonus within the limit of I redeye tent it liberal oetl8ly A chlols nmang you talcing notes illenUiinnto hanking And faith hell prcnt it S5 fimLiXtomer Traders Deposit Bank MT STERLING KY WOLFE COUNTY Loo City Stephen Wilsou nnd Riley Patrick have tho fever Buma May of Whito Oak was in town Saturday R G Rose has moved back to lus farm abovo town Squire Lin Boyd Reed of Whito Oak was in town Saturday James Wilson of Mt Sterling is here buying cattle Ho bought ten head of Allison Rose Monday Miss Dejara nud Leo Fallen of Gil more visited their uncle Oscar Fallen Saturday and Sunday Tho wife of David Lindon sr hasgono to Brenthittcounty to see her sick mother who is not expected to live Thomas Rose of Ezel and A L Fer- of Co representing Con ley Portsmouth Ohio were hero last week Several of our neighbors have the mill fever Clay Rose and Stephen Smith bought a steam mill and R F Anderson and D N Wells al6o bought ono G B Maloney will move to Breathitt county soon Alf Miller has moved to J B Hoses farm also Abner Mooro of Hazel Green has moved to the same farm C B Allen got tho contract of the Center Lumber Co of Clay City to put in their timber on J B Roses farm and is now working several hands Mr Allen AprrAii200000 Surplus 1 30000 m fft v nifl STAFF Prcsl U AV cn t THom80N Cashier f us business iSS bankingyou a bankdone Give youra book nay Sce send to ttt w respectfully solicit the business of mer trnclera and business men and loan you money when in need 7 W W Thompson Caahser i xW Mm jBumuni u 8 016 nr I I pringtyi88 Hats and Bonnets f GRADE AND TRICE vmov floods Flowers Hair Braids RibbonsVti nt prices to suit the times 0P EVERY CanoyCulUnga v Success to TiliJ Hun Ald and lla many will begin justufterthoiipIidaya m readers School wiU be dismissed for tho Christ- Â¬ Ottiellicietit jailor O W Faytonf whb mas fficesa Lou Friday th620th inst Up on Ounoy last Saturday on business Willie Stacy of Fleming county is Nearly ovory mail bringsnews of perO F Oney bf sons who willcntorschooh just nf ter tho visiting his father-in-laI- holidnya Cancy Married Dec 7 Powell Williams to Tho wbrk will begin Jahruiiry 1 189G Miss Mary Patrick both of Cancy Rev Every pupil should be hero ready to i en- Â¬ D L Williams oiticiating roll on that day J S M Nickell ono of tho graduates Deputy United States Marshal D G Lacy loft last week for Covington cburt Inst Juno will bo ono of tho assistant f a with some prisoners and has not yet re- teachers after Christmasr turned G C Williams of West Bend Kyv S D Wells and J T Cnudill went to will teach ornamental and plain drawing Morehead last week on business and re- at the Academy beginning January 1st port the roads as bofng in a very bad The two societies Hattt ot Bun and condition Utilo Bulci will irivannoDcn Session Mr Clay Rose of Lee City passed entertainment on Friday afternoon tho through hero last vcok en route to Row 20th inst an county where he has bought n steam E E Atkinson is opendiug it few mill Clay is a hustler from away back weeks at his homo in Stanton recording Willio Wheeler son GcorRO Wheeler some enses for Attorney J D Atkinson of Cancy was united in matrimony to Ho will return hore about tho 20th inst Miss Loula Elam laughter of his fathers All pupils from a distance must boilrd second wife May success crown his nt tho Academy Home Thti manage Â¬ efforts ment of the school will not allow pUpils Married Dec 5 James Carter of to board iu private families in towii unGrassy to a Miss Hale of tho same place less with relatives Experience hua This is his third wife May they both taught that all pupils do the most satis Â¬ live long and be happy is tho wifdi of factory work when boarding with tho teachers nt the Home your scribe Ned A conveyance will bo sent to Torrent station on Monday December tho 80th td bring pupils to tho Academy tho following Tuesday All who want to come thai way should write to the prirtcipal and bo at Torrent Monday night tho 30th inst A conveyance wjljulsi be sent to Rothwell station if pUpils coming that way will notify the principal Â¬ w bo changed January 1st 1890 Cjobscs In sliorthand and typewriting Constipation Biliousness Cause Slckheadsche Pains In the back Sallow complexion Loss of appetite dv Exhaustion There is only one cure which is UVTERt AND -aLlI -- H r j3 SH yr m 1 mm TV- Â¬ RAMONS -B r 7 -- GTONICPELLBTS tj Â¬ Â¬ Ooe Pink PUI touches the liver and removes the bile One Tonic Peliet nightly acts as a gentletiiaxntivc in keeping the bowcla open restores the digestive organs tones up the nervous system and makes new rich blood Complete treatment two tncdicincsrdneprice 25a Treatise and saciple fret at any stow a ii sabvhr ko 00 Mow yoxie Â¬ Me aSRQft cwt Â¬ Hazel Green Academy Consider the following facts v- L Thtf cheapest and besV school in Eastern Kentucky11 2r A town without saloons or places of immorality V 0 A humo where pUpilsboard and livowiththo teachers 4 A library pfmany vplumesvnnd cur- Â¬ rent periodicals 0 Eight courses of study viz Pri- Â¬ - mary intermediate Kfte 81 North Broadway Lexington Ky i Recently removed from 10 N Broadway pOMBS HOUSE OASIPTON KY m - JiB HOLLON PnoPniETOR public is is a hustler best ana Our school trustees are preparing to every attention to tne comiori 01 kuoi build a uow school house They will let tho contract to build said school house HCLARENDON HOTEL by sealed bids Will receive bids until r K jl Dec 26 noon CnrShort anil XlmoHtono Stroutu Bi Our school closed tho last day of No- Â¬ lk JOS 1L SICAIN Proprietor vember Teacher and pupils acquitted This house is only two squres from Lex IHnirton and Eastern K U depot is first- themselves well Prof J W Taulbee the The JcUm and rates reasonable solicitednaUonage is a good school teacher Ho gave close and the children sovernl nico presents at tho M of the inbtintaiu people is ctlbcst treatment assured And of school me The patronaRC of the traveling tespcctiiilly solicited Tnblo the -- J PJOrl W1A1 W if trf Tn wss W3 Ak I J SEITZ MORGAN COUNTY i I W M KBBR Hardware CO 1m 10DUKB8 IN Agricultural laments 3 IRONTOiN a From tho JamJba Millard Brower and his mothor are much improved Hamilton Oldfiold was a visitor in tho i ft f U DiHOORE WITH o fcf iimi vaJUiiiamouM om wtfrtt nvncMn nn uu Jambs Friday John C Ward who has been sick for several days is some better Hardware Cutlery CATLETTSBURG KY join agonoy for South Bend Plows WITH c fi VjMnHARLES TJHL IlU i iKrPTV T1T1T3TTna WHOLESALE Rr Cr BDry Goods vPORTSMOUTH immr Notions O Ffifly JFLOOKHART Abstracts of titlo furnished collec w9finj30 and prompt returns guaranteed bta2fcted with tholaw firnhOfWood vpfty PC Sterling Ky ft dvlltyrgtilco I f Wk FLOYD BYRD It4- e CamntonKy AOTOENET-AT-LA- W M HOWAUD STAPER IVllprilttlpa 11 tmWAnifu rtfVnlfA nitiliho JttWwg countiei All bU8J58 fllltrliWd carowill rcclve priiifprjtttQntlon - BfeWissos TTioti jjVMliNOUiN iM fJjnBWNoo Hazel Uieon CjWAiNUU W TOUNEYS-AT-LA- 5fvouru 3 wt the Wolfo county and clr-Colloctions promntly made wstracts of tltlo furnished on short WjtlflQ In VAVXa3EBX3f2EXv3 ili iv Bllrffnrv s tli trw iiVtlJ Tl u n riomn and Siirfreon - - 7 UWJiJJKJN MY nuArla mnnMoHv Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That Contain Heronry f as mercury will surejyl octroy thq sense thoyr imbibe in thciv system dofihng their souls nnd defaming their homo and- vhple systemjwheri entering it through country Such men nrcfound In Chris- tho mucous Burfacesf Such articles lian Morgan who riso iip early in tho ihguldjioyer bo Used except oiiyprescrip morning and go in search of it tiOni from rcputiiblo hysicians as tho EwwyATAWA dfimago thoyLwUldo isjeh fold to t le linn HIIIII good yoVcrih possibly derive from them i JHaytown Missilos c HaUtsICiitarrli Cure manufactured by TiiO Jravlown Mill 06 hayoHhofr corn F jx CiienbyfeCo Toledo O contains Uoinfif good no jjKiicuryyund is tajjenjntcrnally net Inlir in full blast and wolrlf ingrdifqstly upon the blood and mucous In buying Hulls the system Wo ntogldtoropwtjhttsickofi M town aRiqSvnleluovcibr QMm QatHnhCuro boauloyougetthogeijulne Jt jtaken internally and made in To gOj who if Very sick at of Mjil letjo Obit by F J Chancy Co Ttw MTrfn was iiBver faluml but timonittla frco Sold by druggists price for- twi ftthveolhoiiHaud dollar Stella blanker would notliavc 76 cents per bottle litaoMiss taken vtliat amount for him but lies Japanese Oil is paid to bo tho most gonowhere nil tho good little doggi8 go wonderful liniment for external applica Mrs Buford Ptorntt ofEzel and her tion that scientific chemists have yet sister Miss Maud Miixpv of West Lib been able to compound Huudroda and erty Miss Candy Waldwok at Whito thousands testify to this ah it has saved Oak and Miss Lizzie ITonry of Ezel both life and expense Sold at this offico Try it as it is a wcro visiting Msaa Rosie Samplo last at 60 cents a bottle week household necessity and always a friend Our public school closed Friday the in need 0th inst Prof Thomas nnd his assistant I wish to call the attention of my friends M Wfntrtlmr linvn tnUffht 118 ft flrst clftW to my la I and winter stocK or espe nnd V0jjreM g00da kid gloves hosiery cp Tiw school fd thoir averago Waa foptU noticed two prizes awarded for regular oshauters unuors in nil stylw wlkinf ttfciil hi fact hats to nb mltm uttendarice 100 days wkiiciuo uwnmu tmfa TlMTh NDay second prize First to Miss 19 days the Blackwater Saturday nnd Sunday Rollin Knsh was buying soino fat hogs down in tho Jambs Saturday Why not subscribe for The Herald Tomorrow may bo everlastingly today too late A spirit of penny wiseticss and pound foolishness send your child to school without books Henry Clay Lacy who taught the Dayshoro school closed out Friday Olay has taught a successful school and will probably enter school again tho first of the year to further prepare himself for the coming duties of tho school room that men It la a strange fact indeedwill tojcrafo bo christians who profess to iho Jwfiiaky peddler and moonshiner by buying their nbonunablo 8wilx which Leo Caskoy nud wifp visited down on Foyolgn Nowspapors Sometime sinco wo received a hunch among theiri of foreign newspapers Crocotts Penny Mail published at GrahamBtown Capo Colony the North Otago Times published at Oamaru Otago Now Zealand and tho Evening Bulletin published at Honolulu Haw Â¬ aiian Islands Not having any rich relations or hobo kinspeoplo in theso places that wo know of wo wero nt a los3 to understand who our friondcould be until wo got n tip nnd found that the Chamberlain Medicine Co had kindly sent them to us Wo noted in looking over tho papers that this cor aany ad vertises in tuoso papers jusiuts nueraiiy as in thoso of America and wo wondered how it is that some popple liyo n liftStimo before they realizo the importance ot judicious Advertising There is meat in this stiggestlori for every merchaiit who will take n hint frOtrt tho Ohamborlain company nnd no paper iu Eastern Ken- Â¬ tucky offers greater advantages than The HerAt d Home merchants and those in towns notoverlOP miles away will find it a money producer for- them - m - urfuof - Â¬ Â¬ ers business BibleMiiusicf short hand and typewriting G Regular graduating courses or AOADEMlTE olcctive courses s 7 Tuition 20 weeks 1000 tuition The popularity of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and the high esteem in which it for music short hand and typewriting is hold leads us to believe it to bo an extra 8 Former pupils teaching the best article of great worth nud merit - We schools in many counties and holding have tho pleasure of giving tho Oxpep ienco of three prominent citizens of Ro first grade certificates 0 Special utieiitipntJ declamation t dondo Beach Cal iu the usq of tho rem- Â¬ and oratory Holds mediiLfrom Blue edy Mr A V Trudell says I have 0 always received prompt relief when I Grass declaratory contesf I 10 Diplomas given1 tbalkwho comused Chamberlains Cough Remedy1 A chartered Institution 1 Mr James Orchard says lam satis Â¬ plete cpurscs whshibg tuition Ac 54 111 Board fied that Chamberlains Cough Remedy 20 weeks cured my cold Mr J M Hatcher Ifor Jbnroll ntany timCi says For three years I have Used JVM Chamberlains Cough Remedy jn my jDecemberia H CUItD Principal v 185 v familyitnd its results have always been satisfactory ForimlebyJbhnMRosc Bornj toN the wifo of Ellis Johnson Tuesday morning Dec 10th a gi rl Dr Glasgow Times Iellow Democrats John Taulbee 1h therefore now acrandpa kick and cuss ad mush its you dariied and ho saysXti8 iustDemocrotic luck please Kick high and cuss loud Take a female and cant vote Ibis continued oh the bridle that you May usu both iUcrease pf females to the Democratic ends to a bettor advantage Democracy families fund Jjby habios to the RepubliThe can ranks reminds bntl of the story Char has nothing to fear from you barking dog nover bites11 and tho Dem- Â¬ ley Andro tells about n Dutchman for- ocrat who expresses his dissatisfactiou mcrlv d Sunday school scholaf who had with only a Wrtnj line between the first been for20 years in n logging camp Ho letter and tho last will bo at the polls returned to his old home and jn an ad oiiny uuu stay miuj iu vV nej juuimv dress to thcupcoplo of tho school asked Its the gentleman with the knifcuphis ambrigotlier4hings that they sing an slcove thcsmUe on his lip and black oiu iiimnini uymn ccraicuing uisncnti treachery in his heart who is to be awhile ho said ho had it and mixing hid 1 c feared logging lingo and religion ho exclaimed how Jesus loves me it Mrv Lou Davis lust howiri receintof Dont beath Geo W Jenkins editor of tho Santaher new fall and winter stBclc pf hatj bonnoUi trimmed and UntrTmmedrsail Maria- Times CaK iu speaking of the ora cloakings dress godd8fnotion8Letc2i various numciua ui ciuiuruii eaiu etc to wiicu sue invites too nueniiqir When ray children lmvo croup there is of tho Indies of this section S ho also only onb patent medicine that I over keeps a full line of fancy and staplogro use and that is Chamberlains Cough ceries which wilL be soldi for cash or Remedy It possess some medical country produce and at thor lowest liv- properties that relieve the littaufTorera hi- 32 40 immediately It is iu myopinion the ing prices HI Ill best cough medicine in the market If A mindvrpaderatvIronUhhaving dem- Â¬ this remedy is freely given as soon as onstrated to a partyof ladies and gentle tho croupy cough appears it will prevpnt InciP his ability to read a nowoprpor tho attack It is also an ideal remedy tlirough two thicknesses of a for whooping cough There is no danger couple of tho girls left tho room in giving it to children as it contains with the remark thuthey wasnt going nothing injurious For sale by Jehu 31 to stity there any longer with nothing on Rose but their thin calico drosses Exchange Tho grand jury of tho Morgan circuit Lost On Friday night Nov 22 be- court last week made its final adjourn Â¬ tween May town and Hazel Groou a new ment Sixty two indictments wore made light colored nickel tipped buggy whip the most important of which wero as and a brown undressed kid glovo A follows Ono for Willful murder ono reasonable reward will bo paid for the for cutting and wounding tw for oh return of cither or both articles to this taininggoods under false prctcneo about office thirty five for selling spirituoua liquor Even Turkish women have caught the In quantities les than ten gallons of A wo which ten were against one man nud fovor of feminine cmnnoinntion concealed mans newspaper Ja yfteu established tho remainder for carrying peace sujt Constaiitinoplu as thCriirat stop in the deadly woapona breach of tho at disturbing public worship movement At tho beginning uf this centuryTo my patron a in tli in and Morgan J am m mien in ponio monev UMUtui Miiiiiut lunnjn ijiivcvi iwniiiwi cniiniv just at prcssnt ineed it badly iuiu win and Included eighteen tp twenty coursesbo obliged if you will come iu and pay Today the best private UinpvlHfcUfUalb an hour and never your accounts or part on tJiQin nnd a tialf Tim bot rcmodirifor K Respectfully appetite Is a bpx of RamousTitik A O NiQKurJi M P Pill which are also a Cure for Tho Baltic caunl is considered too ed Rtojbach blllpiifeueS im much oxposcd tp attack at itif North Sea While at tjip same tiro S5wujawff entrance So two strong forts aro to bo tli unnatila sml the dllrtttlva Ct a built to dofond the approach near Ham for food Ajk ypur -- preparatoryteach- Â¬ Â¬ j Â¬ 1 WSSMi J Â¬ y mtmi vbSBSj r VH -- - - f ismoHO Â¬ c P- - V fca was sa j horso-blan-kct- a at mii T yfc Â¬ m ti 7 K -j-i w n H s I A j - ftM v witovtyXwr9 WiiiM u ru ZWli MAsffiPSIil V burg drjpMtr nrtftfl a tl Born to thfaltytf We will Uko good ourtJ corn on l Â¬ fcubscrlptiotts duo thi ofllce ylitre pa4 Bw WJ rtis have not the wpney p centu per buahel Tlw wrm t ib Mbi- - vUttmr Two wTawiTTii--iar- - fPM lar U k 0H - W 1 tm at this offlo U r r V - Viii o a vr fiirt WmWW7VwVr l lSJ - - v j - J - fJ pjj l Li p nn fM Mh tV fc ftT lilt s V lh m It t n ic i 1 4iu Tii Jlfjfi f iP j - a a m f ic - i wtj rtia wmsmszrx mij miiijffiitsmmm t j 1 Ai i l4v tTl ti HtL rVffiriMMMMHwiiBMliailMWlMWff l M J mnwmwmtMiwm wmiJttt w KttV Hm x irfmimttimwwaMauRHBW 9iHIBHBKaBBHbHBI137ViWHrnwaHHISBHlBBHHI immmmmmi JoUB HBBB V ii H9BBB1 Y nati Sevradod t bfcMtop to HMtettort 2ffi rrotectlonlitn riKn ii llnnt rtOlHV mo uho oi l rW Ttiere was little of encouragement Under the tariff protection which is hiomawi u nrtnnt thero was much that was dishearten Â¬ said to be Inid primarily for the purpose Kidney itao f ing to tho democratic partin th of enriching and ennobling American to dlsenso nianTcsMcomplaint lacrlppo dyspepsia liver Miff 7Mt eloqUons Those democrats whose loy- Â¬ labor manufacturers have amassed trouble of tho bowels are relieved o alty to party never lings entered upon tolosaal fortunes American labor has and Irregularity Bitters cured by the INGENUITY M9UNTAINiEE preparation for the elections this fall largely disappeared in mills and whops t A iTtrxHittM JPjittf a New Vleld for On of in various states with old time enthus Â¬ of all kinds Its place has been taken Tnn nctlvo part or mau cohslsla gentle and vri lustlnotsAouio of which Jii o Jfatur Gltt by Huns Polncks Hussions nndltal iasm deepened VZ that demo- Â¬ aail short ifl 8p4kiog 6f snakes remind ms cratic lethargy by the hope shaken olt ianfc imported free thrOjheing no cus- - coutlnvtouBt others violentnil ecewiarysOino lVvi I rli F would bo baser nomc nobler and r w H ijt mf in me man tvitn tun f mm rum naun and that the party rousing itself to 4rhvltsltr tnv lnlwit W NowmaaU r TOwWsken Iampered bv republlcanlcgislatlbh oid tima vigor would demonstrate that Wfet dos romind you of EiaiITKKNTnOUSANp DOrLABS 13 a at least it would turn back the tidal of more than a quarter of acenturv T i W Wj iW VI1 I T 5UU 14V reminds me of Aave of republicanism that1 oVer- - jam in its excesses nsvawBrmcasure hitrh iirlco tobav for a story butthat Is KW f V v sgwethiajr Century kj wa niw I av ortco whon 1 wan whelmed and maintained becaUBerprofcctVjd in what tho tpnblisirers of The HtopplQfovernitrhtwith a1 mltftllvla regained the country In 1804 and fromÂ¬ dustricK had tasted bipod and would not MdgaxtntJix said to havo paid for the j KH wflA up fmtH wammtaln about four miler portant footing advance to the im- readily yield udviihtnge great corpora right to print tno novel vy iura ujiiu work of the presidential year Toi ccommond Hoods J3arsapsiriiia to the south of Ashbys g sp Tho party has recovered in Borne di tionsiivthis country have dealt by their phry Ward which is announced in our nflltctcd with blood or skla diseases jj Jtr Something- Hye or dead Krl labor Unjustly cruelly and harshly advertising columns to day others blood was out of order and I suffored lM Kindr betwixt and betweon it was rections it ifhhs last in this year New Tlio American laborer hah gone1 into republican xork even xriav Do years from psoriasis I tried several s3 Anxious Versifier A PmiNCTiON fluffed bo made debateable ground next year other fields ilediusjaken up lands or you pay lor ppoiry sirir fTisiJuianiiK- cdlcs without benefit After taking What was it k aomor4yeil the ohap was likoVgooa The loss of New Jersey of Maryland liehas folmd occupation for himself E u tor Yes out tins is vciw and of Kentuclcy is for tho moment elsewhere The class ofpieiutaking his vlllo Journal wany other mountaineers ho wasnt a Au Enlgmnticnl Bill of Fnro millionaire bit he had a tooth for good more serious IfQormnn who was place are not of tho highest though was thlnprs and not having money enough false to his party in legislation lofthe iuey ure some oi inc ncrccsc uTiiiiea For a dinner served on tho Dining Cars of for two months I and rcstorod to my fori feel llko a diftortntl St Inul Hall Â¬ mcr good health Companies Instead of enriching nnd tho Chicago ililwuukco VKiS to provide what ho wanted ho took to deepest concern is punishedin Alary--lan- d hwiv ci As a puritlcr I think to any Su no explanation Ib given for demo ennobling these men have used way will bo scut postago address on receipt person Sarsaparillablood no l saturo for his supplies Fruit was 4ft slump Apply to Hoods has of a two cent equalKi Ciui ir plenty wild and tamo nnd fruit aint cratic defeat in New Jersey Yet wo theit advantturcs to treat them us Goo II ilcalTordCoueralPasHcngcrAgcut L CocKrLicnAS Irving Illinois J Rmay feel sure that upoiiafull vote in a villains and serfs The insullleient Old Uolouy Building Chicago 1U to bo sneezed at in the way of good at 4Mtia Uut cans cost money and thero presidential ycui neither Maryland wage they havo given them Pills Susie Bonnin Whats nn epigram i wasnt any way of savin it that ho New Jersey nor Kentucky will desert time has been taken buck from them Oh Its a way of saying somotliingcvery I could see until as I say ho took to democracy The partys defeat in New for rents and through truck stores hody knows so that oidy clever people can ir Stockades loric wouia have been Jarger hud nature VJ l f JD had and fjot what ho wanted IIo not bceiiiforHsehumbioilship of it as though have been built about them got any sonsoout of it M j l they wove prisoners The ier leon tollin mo about It and ono B Wr thtnk Plsos uiirht when I wont past his cabin sbnurilbcrly as violated inpro purlieu luw has still looked to the protection of tlio only mcdlciuo Curo for Consumption is for Couglia JrNNm ft alonjf about Christmas ho called irioiin Jarly inTew York city but even this all citizens even o aliens To make Pinckaud Sprluilcld Ills Oct 1 1SU1 to kco what he had in stock It assertion of an old time democraticdoc uppeul to the law a nullity insolent em Â¬ You uovcr tokt mo liss Falrclrl was an showed up as soon as I got inside and trine brought upon the party the rc- - ployers of labor that have tagged men m yeH slio Vell prouch eiFectiye iii L rural dlstfJcts tlmt with numbered bits of brass us il they athlcto mO over is sho Free Press has for a minute I was so Bkcort 1 4 Detroit thrown didnt know whether I was afoot or it was merely an ally of the liquor in- - were cattle Instead of men are going so far us to compel tho parents or horseback or had jimjams or what for lerest Hairs Catarrh Cnro U1 Tlio Chronicle is too Ingenuous to guardians of children upon their pay Is taken internally Prlco T5c hanging down all arouud tho room in V festoons was tho derncdest lot of denv the injiportnnec to tlio republican rolls children who ought never bo Tnnnn is nn awful lot of enthusiasm 91 REMEMBER snakes I over see It looked HkeTa party of its present successes at the there while adult labor is to be had rogulttr snake den and I mado abreak pojls Attracting to its ranks the hith Â¬ to sign contracts in their behalf us a wasted on dead horse projects for tho door ut flrsft but ho lauhed erto halting and doubtful it will ap Â¬ condition of their employment that Wnns will smoko not go up tho chimney und called mo backhand asked mo to proach the presidential year with re they shall hold the company harmless Whon thero is no flro u tho stove inspect his menagerie If was mighty newed confidence But its position of for uny injury that may be sustained by xiorvous but I douo whal liOsard and apparent power und popularity is also them in the performance of perilous fihen I found that the siiakosHvas only one of danger Next December u re- Â¬ labor finakeskins stuffed with something or publican house will meet for a long ses- Â¬ At the end of a long litigation such u li i other ht sion Tlds in itself is a great peril contract might be pronounced void and V What in thunder have yougot into Party leaders will no longer be able to of no effect but the turiii which its NECESSARY fi a om says L i BEST Vw y cvndc declaration on the currency ques Â¬ friends and beneficiaries say was de Â¬ u Fruit says ho ft fl Pflrf H CERBAL 9 you hHNyni6i A UHI V r tion Republican bosses llnding them signed to ennoble and enrich American FOOD rito p Fruit says I v selves strengthened by the result of labor does not give that American la- Â¬ r Yes fruit says Iio slnto elections will be less cautious in bor suflicient surplus to warrant its What kind says I their arrogance and will insist through contesting a long litigation Tho com- Â¬ u All kinds say8 he I couldni combination Upon the selection of a panies have the benefit of these con Â¬ FOR OLD AND YOUNG buy fruit cans sprijLst en tout in XOintneo whose I K requisite simll be tracts 1 U tho mountain and picltcd tip what Ids subserviencyfirst them Whoever all Gnocnno sell Such treatment of labor as the re Â¬ to nator put in my way whichjwas snake they Jiominutc and whutever their quirement as to children is monstrous skins nndthcra I made into fruit course in congress the republicans will It comes from those industries that are cans Ive got chough put up toiast be compelled to meet next year a fuil still clamoring for more protection mo all wluter and sell offeribugh in purtial still asserting falsely the spring to pay my taxesswith anili not a la thalrs vote und tho prestige is laid primarily in tho tlmt a high tariff Which to duy may be greatly interest of Jnbor by gravy tit wasso concluded jho KNOWLEDGE impuired or may wholly disappeur be Â¬ It comes from MeKinleyites It ia the man with the Loudounrcounty yliisk inevitable accompaniment of McKinlcy fore next November Bring3 comfort and improvement and V ors Success though rnuch is not every- Â¬ ism which impoverishes and degrades tends to personal enjoyment when What did his wife hayouto1 say F5 rightly used The many who livo bet- Â¬ about living with a cqlonyilike that1 thing With unimpaired vigor the dem Â¬ labor Chicago Chronicle ter than others and onjoy life more with inquired the writer knowlngsoiiie ocratic party has survived repeated de i 71 AT LEAST INSTRUCTIVE less expenditure by more promptly thing about a womans highVs teem feats It lius ulwuys been strong com Â¬ ply pact cheerful and uggresslve in udver Suggcfitlong for Dumouruta lu tho Kcpub adapting tho worlds best products to i whp wroto Robert niamcrc for tho snake family If tho needs of physical being will nttcst llcun Victory Is the author of Nary a word t replied tiio story fcHy it possesses the vitality of truth tlfi couruge of honesty the buyancy ti It might have been better it might tho valuo to health of tho puro liquid teller Sir George Tressadyy laxativo principles embraced in tho oivhOpe Taking heart of grace it wlil have been worse What kind of awornanwas she remedy Syrup of Figs a great novel No kind ho wasabachelqri and enter the presidential year with a vigor In all the big states thero have been Its excellence is duo to its presenting which will appear In o6 and determination which will astound great democratic gains since last year tho man with the Loudbun county in tho form most ncceptablo and pleas- Â¬ exclusively in The whiskers pulled at thorn reflectively tho now jubilant enemy It will be the The party is regaining its voting ant to tho taste tho refreshing and truly same old democratic party the cham Â¬ strength In Ohio Campbell has Avon beneficial and winked Washington StdK proporties of a jwrfect lax Â¬ pion of personal liberty and religious what is equivalent to a real victory In ative offectually cleansing WHAT BECOMES OF THEM freedom the foe Of protection the spite of painful perplexities the natural dispelling colds headaches tho system v and fevera frjendjOf a sound currency Xoojo VTJjo JtIyHtorlbulyiIlRMpperHtul vigor of democracy has asserted itself and permanently curing constipation fvi Who Cannot Mo Tricedf Nothing in recent results wnrrants in Kentucky H It has given satisfaction to millions nnd This is only one Have wo a record of poopjo who Jhj slightest departure from the timc The cause of deepest regret is the de Â¬ met with tho approval of tho medical of many attractions mysteriously disappearand nrdnevor hpnbred principles of the party Let feat of Judge Edward Lane in the 18th profession because it acts on tlio Kid- Â¬ which the worlds leading periodiheard of said a well knovyn private hinuAvho will in the face of apparent Illinois cal will have in 1896 The leaders and tho neys Liver and Bowels without weak- Â¬ There will detective to tho writer Why wohaye disaster run after false gods The party press of district be novels by the party made a gallant fight ening them and it is perfectly frco from many such cases Sometimes foul plajv as a whole Is loyal to the Lord God of for Judge Lane laying aside all differ Â¬ overy objectionable substance W D HoweHs or suicide or accident is iho cause llosts Chicago Chronicle I Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug- Â¬ ences of judgment on single questions Only yesterday tho relatives of a well gists in 50c nnd SI bottles but it ia man- Â¬ Amelia E The Republic 1ms earnestly labored in known gentleman visited us to obtain by tho California Fig Syrup AN OBJECT LESSON and other novelists stotiesctcfrom his behalf and has hud the cooperation ufacturedwhose name is our help in the search for thoir conhec Co only prnitcd on every Tin riut lroductiont Under Tnrlir 3to of the democratic newspapers in the package also Wtioupwho had mysteriously vanished Mark Twain the name Syrup of Figs counties of the district r4x ono night and being well informed you will not Rudyard Kipling The result in Illinois is a lesson upon accept any substitute if oflered xmi AVhat tho total number of people w A jainof C4ob00 pounds In the American prbdxietion of vCin plate in the necessity of Xull and generous con- Â¬ Henry M Stanley who vanisliMrom sight in this way every year may be I dont know but tliefirsf yeiirlpf liio new tariff is a fact sideration for nil thoeleinebtsof opinion George Kennan no doubt the pollco could tell you At of the greatest possible interest to Mr On disputed questions The purty must Marion apy rate wo liad at lonst twenty dur William Mckinley Itjshows him that be able to utilize all ittf strength It fAV lie has not luborcd inryuii hc cannot rely upon uny gains whntever an diriorc ing tho last fow months Sometimes will lc ihi ertaU 53 Kfrt W Like Aunt Jemimas tvo are successful In finding tho ruu prayers he imidefor the preservation fro iii tho republican runks or from thosn estyearlnt CENTURY ever had HW away or missing person1 at other times of the infant tiiiv plaie Industry hiiyc of the populists Subscribe NOW dont miss plaster the more you wk fL Bqcrin with a sincle number Marylands turning over of things SrtW n trace can bo discovered or the re Â¬ been answered jThe neniperatictarifE ifo 14 1 ATI- wiggle turn arid twist ANoycmocr nrst rnumoer 01f inc vj 7 mains may bo found You see tho law abolished the absurd fcKinley should liuve little significance The A new volume means of disanpearincraro so easv tlmt duty of four cents a pound on tin ore democracy will not be benefited andtlio Price 400 the more it sticks the WAV i the police or private detectives havn and reduced the duty oiitiivplutc orie republicans will reap some udvuntugo If you want all or Napoleons Life With itsiiperbcngravjncs which lias Twenty six new mills which iroin the result But tho stUte will bo frequently no evidonco to work upon hnlf faster the DeLONG been running throuch the past Varf A reward of 11 vo hundred dollars was have begrun operation inu1 8irigleYeur lntheright cbluiiui noxt yeur Gorman sent rco more nndthc twelve back fflook Eye offered for thoirccovery of tho body of Will come very near Jncf casing- the total ibqiiot theidembcratio piif ty of Mary- numbers will be sent you TJtatis M a ivell known gentleman muclx ro annual output to un equality with the lund Zii fitSSiOoyoueanhaveiwoyeartoflW Bco that V if vfi Centur Send by check or money- - V pectd in commercial circles His total ifnnual consumption In a few rhojato election1 proves that the let order direct to business was in a satisfactory condi- - yearn from now we may lie exporting moerucy is bumiantly supplielPwith tiori his relations and his THE CENTURY CO plute instead r buying it but that the kLhi n offhnluwt nu oUnntn fnmllir nut tinMr MeKiuleys oforgans are obliged the votes tobewin in J8U0 saUflcd and I vwv iml iKVgnuB Union Squarei New York r- I no vvus organized ote inust w j the man to disappear Put ho did to admit the facta but they explain honestly led Tu iHe told his family that ho was going MfithBfificCfWjf that the increase is the result of Now we know what is before tn Wo k Boston but so far as wo knotv ho duties high enough to protect w can win if we will St Louis Uepublic vW got thore TORSHAP TTNri Itlchardion Everybody was on which in something quite different i n J dr r DUYVCYCLES A Dcionir UrosV titRonKlbi cj vm thequlvive Beaports were watched from their frantic assertions of J8D4 PRESS OPINIONS J ryfchtug that could bo done was jrPOWELLA CLEMENT Some of tho rupublieujffnre sorry doutt but it was of no avail Tho gon tliut democratic succeiis would bnnlt lCOtltJaijtUluilalU ritpt tho tin plate mills already In that John Shermans momcTry was not i h tlemahKd vanished completely Win V Uuslncsa affairs cause mauyaman operation and make tho opening of demonetized in 1873 Atlanta Consti- Â¬ to disappear mysteriously Had trade others impossible tution I ft X nmkitako in some commercial trans- - It Ib evident that MrMoKi nicys or Â¬ There is room for the lamentable W aotion gnmbllng on tho stook ex-- gans aro learning in spite of them tmsploion that Uncle John Sherman has tl QfcA The great success of the chocolate preparations of changp necessitating tho abstraction boIvcw Perhaps in time Mr McKJnloy outlived his faculty of concealing pow un tio house of Walter Baker kii-u-- rf r of Komb ofi hl employers cash aro all himself may laiow mojre about tho po- Â¬ litical sores St Louts Wk 1780 has led to tho placing on possible- - Many a man who is lost to litical economy of tin plate production Jn Hep the market this country aud In the minds of his than ho has ever allowed himself to many misleading and unncnmni Gov McKiuley might fcetp off tho nna Y World relative qbru is ai tais preent mo- tnvift If It were not for the putridity of their name labels and wrappers Ki tS 3 stent enjoying iu earned monov in Walter Tuuq was when a republican of the legislature Something has to Hw Co are the oldest and largest manu Â¬ oaker Jmain or South AniMrleM - whei ji i fn It ktuf A ili1 ik rT though It wiih only necessary to howl bo douo tb divert public indignation nj onn oi no ayiL- - i ffiVM wuu iaw VL TJliihBtnh U faffil facturers of pure and high grade Cocoas and to tho reverberate echoes about pro Â¬ from it Cincinnati Enquirer A J llll Chocolates on this continent No chemicals art -- The general result of the sntn tection Of American labor and it would r yiHiMl JKHONrk IiIb party und local olectiouttuhowiu large falliiig issues used In their manufactures W4 ocfta inoi mmfttyV drown otherHut the on which WkM Weak people having been oi from the republican landslide ma r hmiH liih miavBLic vriunv iuv hUd ask for d v I re that i -- tlia ttfatiaal vnuntt uiart aA foiled until the fraud was exposed the joritlcs of lust yearxeeptchuptin get In not so proflt- - Hhle immedlato neighborhood nroteotlon genuine Walter Baker fc Co eoods whdro Vt4iMaii iittHiiw tktt 4mkhibefaiiik r MLJTTjiT rT7l - Tif TT rW M it milr bo worked into com- - tho reubllcaiiH apixjap to havo oretiry WALTER BAKE1R MR V formu Wivaliliif ton I nearly held their CO Limit A R tiMj ft RHHlfc - Lk475A tXL i s M aUNKctfookAov Survive Hrtjfj vrT f an incident of Kinleyism A Mvt Watrom v M Stilt UHNini the Vitality ef tabor IramvrUhA iK - 1 iw V- - i L - - X i f It is a Pleasure s - Hoods Sarsapariiy l- J7 - 18P - 1 Hoods 1 SSSag AistnSsrTry llk i1 MM is - f FnendsQats GW9eW024 Mrs Humphry Ward - a f I - CENTURY MAGAZINE Â¬ Ban - w Is -- Â¬ Crawfrd KS - 1 -- Patent -- 1 - - I mv - -- Y f T L - 1 i Timely Warning a ttimu mm CO- - Â¬ Globe-Democr- at buh-pect--- N - JTT- II n V V -- V- r--- -J llduumf w KnSUTr ---r T owa-hlcfJirvi- i- Pi v T J ji anil t rmn nVW rt n l L i fj r j p t j t T -1 i 4 i - 4T1A i M888 i Ktiim ari -- v u - 2 rv -- r v 1 ir l u iff MM Pawxhjl warnin m wiSf tf j g Dt- - f a v tVi Mil p iV i ft w wi er f I yw splso earful Fate of Those Who the Lord tthB lUinquetIlonrd TWmnjjo D 1 fiOeth ii T1ioLomj H V pftlte a and dukes and the mighty men nnd women of tho country for Hugh Lati- Â¬ mer was to apologize He began his sermon by saying Hugh Latimer bethink thee Thou art in the presence of thine earthly king who can destrov tho bodv But bethink thee Hugh Latimer that thou art in the presence of tho King of Heaven and earth who can destroy both body and soul in hell fire Then ho preached with appalling directness at the kings crimes Another lesson that comes to is to- Â¬ night There is a great difference be- Â¬ tween the opening of tho banquet of sin and its close Young man if you had looked in upon the banquet in tho first few hours you would have wished you had been invited there and could Oh tho grandeur of sit at the feast Belshazzars feast you would have said but you look in at tho eloso of tho banquet and your blood curdles with horror Tho King of Terrors has thoro a ghastlier ban- Â¬ quet human blood is tho wino and dying groans aro tho music Sin has mado itself a king in the earth It has crowned itself It has spread a ban Â¬ quet It invites all the word to come to it It has hung in its banqueting hall the spoils of all kingdoms and tho banners of all nations It has gath- Â¬ ered from ail music It hus strewn from its wealth tho tables and floors and arches And yet how often Is that banquet broken up and how horrible Is its end Ever and anon there is ti handwriting on thowalL A king falls A great culprit is arrested Tho knees of wickedness knock together Gods judgment like an armed host breaks iu upon tho banquet and thntTnight is Bclshazzar tho king of tho Chaldeans slain 1 jf Hero is a youug man who says can notj see why they mako such a fuss fmftlStt0 Dtffr nrwl 1Krtti v A fl M ly ifc is about the intoxicating cup Iarcanct of royal beauty gleam to tho exhilcrating It makes mc feclwtill suplifted chalices as again and again I can talk better think better feol and againtheyarO emptied Away hotter Xgannotsoo WjhyPCQplc havo With care frbnVtuipimce Tear royal such a iprejudlcc against it1 A few dignity to iftattersK Pour oiit moro yearspas fcnand lio wakes up arid twJvinelGivo us more light wilder mu- Â¬ finds himself in the clutches of an evil sic sweeter perfume Lord shouts to habit which ho tries to break but lord captnn ogles captain Goblets can not and ho cries out Ohj Lord cjasn decanters rattle illmro come rood help mq It seems nsthoUgh V A- tMili God wouhTnothear his prayorahd in uic uusBciiu fiUHg liuu uiu uruimun nlccough and tho slavering Up and nn agony pf body and soul ho cries out the guffaw of idiotic laughter bursting Ithitoth like a serpent and it sting- How bright it was fronvtho lips of princes flushed reel Â¬ eth lilco nn adder ing bloodshot whllamingUng with it at tho start How black it was at the all I hear5 Huzza huzza T for great Inst j BolshazziirV Hero is a man who begins to read Thoaro socharming What is that on tlio plastbringon the lodscnovols wall lie snyfij H will go out and seoior my- Is Ufa spirit Is itji phantom Is it God JTho music stops The gob- Â¬ ecU whether all these things are so lets fall from Ttho nerveless grasp Ho opens the gato of iv sinful life Ho There is a thrill Thoro is ristartf goes in A sijaful sprite raceis him Thoro la a thousand voiced shriolc pf jyyilh her wand She waves her Wand Why it horror Lot Daniel bo brought in to und it is all onchantmbnt read that writing Ho comes in Ho seems as ii tno angeis 01 uou nau - reads Welrrhcd In tho balanco poured out vials of perfume in tho atÂ¬ it and found wanting mosphere As ho walks on ho finds Moanwhllo the Medos who for two tho liillsbccoming more radiant with years have boon hiying siogo to that foliage and tho ravines more resonate 3ty tooic ndvuntago of that carousal withjftho falling water Oh what a landscape ho sees But that nd camo iu I hoar tho feet of tho churmi onquorors on tho palaco stairs Mas sinful Xspritc with hor wand moots Cre rushes in with a thousand gleam him again but now sho reverses tho jinjr knives Death bursts upon the wand and all enohuntmont is gone ene and I shut tlio door of that bau Tho cup i full of poison Tho fruit rSeUnc hall for I do not want to look turns to ashos All the loaves of is nothing there but torn ban- - the bower aro forked tongues of his oroKen wroaius auu ui i Binir sernonts Tho flowing fountain Kjfc3 upset tankards aud the blood fair tack Ju a dead poci stcarhful wlt5s J Babylon Tho shadows of hot JJ50 tow- Â¬ ers began to lengthen Tho Euphrates rolled on touched by the ilery splcn dors of the sotting sun nnd gates of brsssi burnished and glittorlngOpcncd Tho aBd shut Hho doors of flame hanging gardens of Ilabylon wet with tho heavy dew began to pour from Btarllt flowers and dripping leaf a frn Tho streets jfratiec for miles around squaros were lighted for danco stidi nd frolic and promenade Tho theaters and galleries of art fnvitod tho wealth and pomp and grandeur of tho city to Scenes of riot Taro entertainments nnd wassail woro mingled in every street and godless mirth and outrage- Â¬ ous excess and splondid wickedness caino to tho kings palaco to do their mightiest deeds of darkness A royal feast to night at the kings palace Rushing up to tho gates aro chariots upholstored with precious cloths from Dedan and drawn by firc eycd horses from Togarmah that rear nnd neigh in tho grasp of tho charioteers while a thousand lords dismount and women dressed in all tho splend- Â¬ ors Of Syrian emerald and the color blending of agate and tho chastcness ol coral aud tho somber glory of Ty rian purple and princely embroideri- Â¬ es brought from afar by camels across tho desert and by ships of Tnrshish across the sea r0pen wido tho gates and let the guest come in Tho chamberlains and llark to tho up bcarcrs aro all ready rustle of the silks and tho carol of the muslcl See tho blaze of the jewels Lift the banners Pill tho cups Clap tho cymbals Blow tho trumpots Lot the night go by with song and dance and ovation and let the Babylonish tongue bo palsied that will not say 0 King Bclshazzar live forever Ah my friends it was not any com- Â¬ mon banquet to which these people came All parts of tho earth had sent thoir richest viands to that table Brackets and chandeliers flashed their light upon tankards of burnished gold fruits ripe and luscious in baskets of silver entwined with loaves plucked Vases in from royal conservatories lauVvth omo raid and ridged with exquisite traceries filled with nuts that wore threshed from forests of dis Â¬ tant jands Wino brought from the royal vats foaming in tho decanters aridlmbbllng in tho chalices Tufts of aasia and frankincense wafting their sweetness from wall and table Gor- Â¬ geous banners unfolding in tho breeze that came through tho opon window bewitched with tho perfumes of hang Â¬ ing gardens Fountains rising up from inclosurcs of ivory in jets of crystal to fall in clattering rain of diamonds and pearls Statutes of mighty men looking down from niches jn the wall upon crowns and shields brought from subdued empires Idols of wonderful work standing on pedestals of precious stones Em Â¬ broideries stooping about tho windows and wrapping pillars of codar and drifting on floor inlaid with ivorj and agate Musle mingling tho thrum of Jjarps and tho clash of cymbals and the blast of trumpets in ono wave of transport that went rippling along tho wall and breathing among the gar- Â¬ lands and pouring down tho corri lors and thrilling the souls of a thou Â¬ sand banqueters Tho signal is given and jtho lords and ladles the mighty men and women of the land come around the table Pour out tho wino Let idatn and bubble kiss tho rim Mloist every ono Ins cup and drink to tire sentiment 0 King Holshnzzar live Â¬ 1 Handwriting on trokforlilssubjcc Wall tho text chosen being Dan tbo night wns Bolslmzzar t 30 Iiithat Chaldeans slain tie king of the flight was about to comedown on At Sundays services Dr Talmago erruptioi The luting songa fee hi wlk comeelar Did you teirttit and tttnibled carcass of a dead king cdmo cursjs and screams of dcraoutao land for so TOUch Yea For In that night was Bclshaazar tho laughter Lost spirits jrather about lie and quick as that slie It was a dead king of Chaldeans slain1 nim and fooi his itearfc and beckon Gods judgments are upon Ithoae who I go on to learn somo lessons from all him on with Hail brother Hail dospise him arid dofy Him Thoy come this I learn that when God writes blasted spirit hall Ho tries to got suddenly anything on tho wall a man had hotter out Ho comos to tho front door where Tho angel rouditnsjt Js Daniel didnot misin he onterod arid tridtf to push It baclc Egypt destroying supposowont through Do you that terpret or rnqdifytho handwriting on butthedbor turns ngalnst him nnd in thopeoplo knoiv that ho was any of coming tho wall Jt is all foolishness to ex- tho jar of that shutting door ho hears Did thoy heni tho flap of his great pect a minister of tho irbsnol to nrench thesowords Thianight is Belshnz wing No No Suddenly unexalways thiugs that tho peoplo like or zar tho king oftho Chaldeans slain pectedly ho camo ino peoplo cnooso Young men of Sin rimy open bright as the morning Skilled sportsmen do not like to kill what shall I preacli to yott to night Il onds dark us tho night a bird standing on a sprig near by If Shall I tell you of tho dignity of hu 1 learn iurtherf qmtliis subjeelthat thoy aro skilled thoy prido man nature Shall I tell you of tho death sometimes breaks in upon a on taking it on this wing thomsolvea and thov wonders that our raco has accom- banquot Why did ho not go down to waittUUt starts bcath is an old plished Oh I no you say tell me tho prisons In Habyion Thoro wero spqrtsmarij arid Jio loves to tako men tho messago that camo irom God0 peoplo there that would liked to havo Uylngundcr theveryjmn He lovesto I will If there is any handwrit- died 1 supposo there wero men and tttkothohiori the wing Oli flcoTo Grod ing on tho wall it is this lesson women in torturo in that city who this niglit If thero bo this llcpenti Accept of Christ and bo would havo welcomed death hut ho presence whb has wanderedonosiu far away savedl I might talk of a great many comes to tho palace and just at tho from Christ though ho mty not hav other things but that is tho messago time when tho mirth Is dasnihg to tho hoard tho cali of the Gospel for many and so I declaro it Jesus never ilat tiptop pitch Death breaks in at tho a year 1 invito him now to como ana torcd those to whom ho preached Yo havo often seen jtho samo bo saved Ho banquet t u v said to those who did wrong and who thing illustrated Hero is a young Flco to tho stronghold oftluGopol were offensive in His sight Ye gen man just como from college Ho Now is tho accoptod tlmo novt is the oration of vipers yo whltcd sepul- is kind Ho is loving Ho is enthu day of salvation chres how can ye escapo the damna- siastic Ho is eloquent By ono spring Goodnight my youiig friends may tion of hell Paul tho Apostle preach ho may bound to heights toward you havo rosy sleopfguardcd bj Him od boforo a man who was not ready to which many men havo struggled for who nevor slumbers jday you awako hear him preach What subject did ho years A profession opons before him in tho morning strong and welll liut take Did ho say Oh you are a He is established in the law His oh art thou a dospiser of God Is this good man a very lino man a very friends cheer him Eminent mc n- thy last night on earth Shouldst noble man No ho preached of right- courago mm Alter awnuo you may thou be awakenied in tho night by eousness to a man who was unright- soo him standing in tho American sen something thou knowest not What eous of tomperance to a man who was ate or moving a popular assemblage and thoro bo shadows floating in tho tho victim of bad appetites of tho by his eloquence as trees aro moved in room and a hand writing on the wall judgment to come to a man who was a whirlwind Some night ho retires and you feel that your last hour has unfit for it So wo must always de early A fever is on him Delirium come and thoro bo a fainting at tho claro tho messago that happens like a reckless charioteer seizes tho heart and a tremor in tho limb and a to come to us Daniel must roins of his intellect Father and catching of tho breath thon thy read it as it is A minister mother stand by and seo tho tides of doom would bo but an ocho of tho preached beforo James I of Eng- his lifo going out to tho great ocean words of tho text In that niglit was land who was James VI of Scot-Â¬ Tho banquet Is coming to an ond Tho llolshazzar tho Kin g of tho Chaldeans land What subject did ho take The lights of thought and mirth and elo slain King was noted all over the world for quenco ttre being extinguished Oh that ray Lord Jesus would now The being unsettled and wavering in his garlands are snatched from his brow mako Himself so attractivo to your ideas What did tho ministor preach Tho vision is gone Death at tho ban- souls that you can not resist Him and about this man who was James I of quot if you have nocr prayed boforo Wo saw the samo thing on a larger or havo not prayed sinco those diY England and James VI of Scotland lie took for his text James first and scale illustrated in our civil war Our when you knelt down at your mother Ho that wavcrcth is like a wholo nation had been sitting at tho kneo then that to night you might sixth wave of the sea driven with the wind national banquet north south east pray saying and tossed Hugh Latimer offended and west What grain was there but Just as I am without ono pica But that Thy blood was shed for mo the king by a sermon ho preached nnd we grew it on our hills What invenAnd that Thou bldst mo cdmo to Thee tho king said Hugh Latimer como tion was there but our rivers must O Lamb of God I come nnd apologize I will said Hugh turn tho new wheel and rattle But if you can not think of so long 7 Latimer So the day was appointed the strange shuttle What warm prayer as that I will give you and the kings ehapel was full of lords furs but our traders must bring prayer that you can say aishortet God bo -- pt murdered women and the kicked j - a j l - tvvri- ny - rtfi to iV - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ t Â¬ Â¬ was definitely solyed S7 igj vumniun roi in n bad pUikg orposufe bio signs of this yeiitiffiah patoheaori the WMWntyM pieces or yollowish dust in the trimMi m -- Tho shoots of steel for peu lnaklif tiV7 vr ttatti aiK3 VI iiIJ wy BSTS ft rf fica foot loug and three feot wido Pifoim iL ym thoso Btrips aro cut wide- enough io permit of the cutting of Ihroo oc four r the-problem of a ndlnt wai iVi juatf wl-- T 1 ou3 andalonc timeieiatWfohU 4fgmtf - - -- 1 f- puns Â¬ -- vJ v f Â¬ Â¬ c Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Kl 1 -- 11r 11 EWrof from the Arctic What iish but our nets must sweep them for tho markets What music but it must sing in our halls What elo- Â¬ quence but it must speak in our sen- Â¬ ates Ho to tho national banquet reaching from mountain and from sea to sea To prepare that banquot tho sheep folds and the aviaries of tho country sent their best treasures The orchards piled up on the table their sweet fruits The presses burst out with new wines To sit at that table came the j eomanry of New Hampshire and the lumbermen of Maine and the Carolinian from flic rice plantation and the western emigrant from the pines of Oregon and wo wero all brothers brothers at a banquet Suddenly tho feast ended What meant those mounds thrown up at Chickamauga Shiloh Atlanta Gettysburg South What meant those golden Mountain grain fields turned into pasturing What ground for cavalry horses meant tho corn fields gullied with tho wheels of the heavy supply train Wh y those rivers of tears those lakes God was angry Justice of blood muut come A handwriting on tho wall The nation had been weighed and found wanting Darkness Dark Woe to the north Woe to the nesin south Woo to the east Woe to the west Death at the banquet I havo also to learn from tho subject that tho dostruntiou of the vicious arid of thoo who dcpiso God will be very Tho wavo of mirth had sudden dashed to the highest point when tho invading army broke through It was unexpected Suddenly almost always comes tho doom of those who despise God and defy tho laws pf men liow was it at tho deluge Do you supposo it came through a longr northern storm or that people for days before wero sure it was coming No I sup Â¬ poso the morning was bright that calmness brooded on the waters that beauty sat qnthroncd on the hills when suddenly tho heavens burst and the mountains sank Mice anchors into the sea that dashed clear over tho Andes and tho HimahvvaSf f tfiho Red sea was divided Tim Egy p tiansctried to cross t4 Thero could Tho1 jsraellticSwhad bo no danger gone justV through where they had gone why not the Egyptians Oh wit ucli a beautiful walking place Wite AZ pivcment of tipged shells andi pearlii and pp Cither side twrijjreat walls of watersplld Thero can bo nd danger Forward great hosts of th Evvhtians Clan the cvmbals and blowthVtrumpetsof victory After thbm Wo will catch thorn yet aud tliey shall bo destroyed But tho walls begin to tremble They rock They fall Tho rushing waters Tho ah Hole of drowning men Tho swimming of tho war horses in vain for tho shoro The strewing of tho great host on the bottom of tho sea or pitched by tho angry wavo on tho beacha battered bruised and loathsome wredk Sud Â¬ Ono half denly destruction camo thoy could not havo be Â¬ hour beforo lieved it Destroyed and without remedy I am just setting forth a fact which you havo noticed as well as I Anan ias comes to tho apostle Tho apostle Did you sell the land for so says Yes t vas a Ho says much He DcadU juiek s that Sanphira Â¬ them merciful to me a sinner Or if you can not think of solong a prayer as that I will give jou a still shorter ono Lord savo mc that you may utter Or if that be too long a or I perish prayer you need not mako it Use tho word Help Or if that bo too long a word you need not uso any word at alL Just look and live BURIED GOLD IN CALIFORNIA Tho Hidden Treasures of Frlcsti riruton Treasure seeking parties are out In California trying tp find tho goldc sup Â¬ posed to have been buried by Spanish padres pirates miners robbers and others During the eonfluost of Call fornia many of tho Spaniards buried alias or jars of silver gold and jewels tho hiding places of which wero for Â¬ gotten in their flight and fright Bo- Â¬ foro tho American occupation thero wore no banks in California and tho Spaniards kept their gold and silver in jars which was oithor buried on tho premises or wulled up 3n the adobo houses The money of the missions was kept in tho samo manner Each mission had a treasure room and this fact was well known by bandits so the cunning padres carved holes in tho thick walls and hermetically sealed up tho treasures in them 0 When the missions were secularised by tho Mexican government the priests had no chance to carry avayitheir treasure and rather thunoirifdfmthb government officials they1 perhaps iQt it remain hidden This is tho common belief of both WexicanS andirAnienje ans and has led tpa greatulcal of bnK rowing around Vfr wails of tho ims sion buildings by treasure ihunterA Tho walls being upiformly siXvfeetin thickness they can starid a great deal otherwise they Vvpuld have fallenspme time ago A great deal- - that has been written about leather sacks or gold burled under mission churches is fic iion buttho treasurdseelters fondly oeuevc inaii uicrow somoiaci io iu Ofi tho twonty6hq mission churches thcysaycnokhad from 825000 to S100 000 at thotlmo of- tho secularization It ifloffirmed that tho padras did not carrynriy of tho money away Some -- Itobbors and Miners from spiritualists lAnothor theory that thero must be lots of buried gold in California is based onothe belief that in tho early mining days tho minors frequently buried their money until such time as they could return to tho states Many of them wero killed and tho secret of tho hiding places of their gold died Thero certainly was a with them groat doal of buried gold in California besides that in the mines iu a crude state At several points on tho bay of San Francisco pirates aro said to hav Telegraph hill in the buVied money northern portion of the city is a favor ite place for burrowing- - tot pirate treasure and frequently some of th soothsayers direct fortune hunters to a particular spot where thoy delvo and dig until stopped at he point of a hot gun by som property pWncr Very lit tlo troasura han been fovnd but the faith of tho digger seem to be un shakon N Y Sun Tho man who fld fault with tU x people is usually Jjtffbhjcouetk Atchison GWbe was found last Julyj The o largest black diamonds previously known weighed six hundrod and twenty eight hundred ancltony- - and ono thou Â¬ sand seven hundred carats and wore i not free from flaws Among an intorpstingcpllcction of relics brought from Russia for tho Me morial museum at au Franclsco re- contly were two guns that wero on tha phip commanded by Behrlrig after Tho whom Behrlng sea was named guns wcrti Hauled oyorlaridf rom Cron stadt two coriturlbs ago jrthrough Russia and Siberia nine thousaridmllo3 to tho Pacific TheXessol sank in tho Okhotsk sea andtthp guns remained under water for qhohundrod and fifty years and untH about a year ago Tothams fablpjbf tho trees Judges tho oldest ex- Â¬ ix about l20Pfii tant and as beautiful as nnj made Nathans fablolof tho poor since man II Sam xii aboufcl034 B C is next In untiqulty Tiio earliest collec Â¬ tion of fabletf OxtanOis of eastern or Â¬ igin and preserved in the Sanscrit The fables of VishnqpSarmajorilpay aro the most beaiitlful- if not tho most ancient in tho wbrldProf Mace Mui ler traced TLa Fonfaines fablo of the Milkmaid toa very early Sanscrit cpl lectipnj Esops fables supposed to have bccnwrlttbn about 605or02oii C vorovcrstfled by Babrlus vv Creok poet about 130B0 and turned dnto prose by Maximus Pluuudes a Greek monk about 1820 tix- r0 wrap ror tno uomintr wennon Among the wraps for next season ap Â¬ pear box coats of gray chinchilla bound with silk braid seal capes In JnvoYriess shapewlth chinchilla lined hood double ripple circular capes of 141 tSl- nMtYAl AM Jll 1n in1 lar black velvet coats with trimmings of martou otter or narrow ermine Veal box coats with collar and revere of chinchilla brPorsian luriibj WaV fronted ulsters mado of black chl chUla clotjj olaboratoly braided on the full ripple cape collar and cufts tan colored cloth jackets with high couax and revoros of mink or boavor hge colored ladies cloth jackets with white camels hair vests and cufff trimmed with straight rows of brown and gold tfirap mirolr velvot capes lined with brocado and trimmad with jot points and narrow fur bands white cloth doublo capea lined with molr and bordered with ermino two inyhe wido and coats pelerines and redins gotcs of rich elegant looking sill plush that looks exactly llko sealskin -- Bixty six carats is apparently without flaw and ts tho size ofa largo pear It camo from Uahia in lirazil where it A hat is pounced or smoothed by means of a machine which polishes til wholo surface smoothly with emery papor Formerly this process was dorio by hand tho workmen using puralco stono for that purpose A peculiar Puritan likasontencowaa imposed on throo offendors in Korrls town Pa a fow days ago Thoy Wero accused of assault and battery and weroroleasod on their promise to ac Â¬ company their accuser to church on each of tho twolve next succeeding Sundays c Tho first gold pens mndo in ihis country wero manufactured by hand tho gold being cut from strips of tho riieialliyjscissors and every subse Â¬ quent operation-being performed by hand Thcso- liand mado gold pens cost from o to S30 and wore far in- Â¬ ferior to the mueiilno uiado article of tho present day Tlioughcpntrary to tho usual prac Â¬ tice nfghtnfrNvjll vontllato a cellar more tfibr6ugiily arid causo less hu Â¬ midity than tiiaVhbtuir of midday Open thicollar wiridows at sunset and leave them open until six in tho morn Â¬ ing and tho air will bo cooler and dryer thdti if tlio1 cellar is closed at night and open during Nthprday Tho screens Or gratings should tie so ar Â¬ ranged thnt tho wlntlowsjcanbo opened and closed vvlthoutmoylrig thom M Moissau receritly oVhibitod tho largest black diatnoridevor found to the Acadoinio des Sciences Itwoighs three thousand seven hundred and JtCiJi iTFW T jvh r m i A 4 Uj i 4 WA Si JPA M U r l -- Ca cM H if - VM Mii k m Vtl via - - VMll VI xm 4i M V in Jff i i Anai--- i a n ji vwv i iQWM m m j i a9 vri - W rPtj 1 M ibs HA FI w M O i N Y Post job First III Hunt hmu Ofllco Boy Do yow Iu o M - jci like yofr- iift imr - BoyNw the yi Wit dA fliUfirlvn fliu lvnV -- v wt 33 l eoro causo he cant bo a dnd wMT wook the installment o6mpjWP 0 the head clerks bieyele last week caue ho Hwlatfc jiJNR 1 li lnu iun4f JiillmUt HfMJUiJ anvwhere ritUbprjfh nw rrii Second Office rr-f wyfjjf 4 -- monies we o lv At tha r - r I dfMftfcv r if riiT nr ifltEQAn iu ittii h jy you dlvore- Yea oWrved rtrtrrrfe thfflJ MMMt I- - o o j A rf i irjv iiViii jmm tvmtA t 4 IM ff i fkzWcrlL n mtamw vwyf in H dt- une T5MiBfW MiPl mmin fcn fit si VI v X j iFl AtfSWfc mm r f - mjmmmmmmm iiJi iit i B u if ii Si i VAS ij 1N jl A hi i3f - mMBMMSMHmmmmmmmmmmmmmmiA Mmwmm i IZFI liiVL flw Vi Z Gi w VV ft v - jiltif wv lor vism r LJ1i Mi1 ri Hr su- - tmj -- it- - bj f It 5tA - as ims m v JrfiTlaorwvwvkAaii- oxammwr mbmhivv - t -- Kisajpoiritewi Adjutant General F VAUGN Qtohi in a fitting speech pre Â¬ sented the retiring governor with the leather lounge and chair which he hna used for the past four years Htrriirtnrj ly Presiding Elder o DanvMs District Methollst having purchased the articles from OhHrch Writea tho state Jfcdk rev w I ma imam gjSSSSSS3ftmH wTWmSS - w i wll y - - r1 V HAEL k - GREEN WBIWIWWl iMUM KV The ElcctropolHG hna cured mo of ficvero rheutnntlstn nitor twd appHca tlons nil night cklii niidvkM B lionofit to mv family in ncrvou hqntl- ache 1 heartibTcqomnjcndjtV fM- Ji irtija 11 SK f tSt THURSDAY mwiniuji1 in Dec 12 1895 un mmmo V - rii office or Circuit AHNOITNCKM12KT IVn era ntxlinflnnil Innniiniinun OTTAK T V IW1VV IUIIIIIIUUHMV BYILD of Cuinnton ns a onmlidnta for the Ministers of tlie Gospel I fi Indorse ill B STRAUSS h li THE LEADING V I I vW Court Clerk for Wolfe r m IV j Wowj if tiP ImX jaw TOf rTs Jii41v to MJ Icfc 3 lw e K t t v tigation That there js nothing criminal in tho chargo lslexplained by James H Swango in this way When a man orders a land patent from tho register of lands heper hapB sends only 500 when- the cot is really 1000 vT6koop hie books straight and avoid patching in accounts with the patrons of tho office Judgo Swangogavo ro osiptB for tho full fop trusting to tho honor of the said patrons to remit tho balance In many in- Â¬ stances these parties havo failed to remit vand tho coneecpienco is that JudgeSwaiipo is loft witli tho bag to hold JTutlgQ Svyango loft hero Tuesday1 for Frankfort and will doubtlesspubhsii a card ex- Â¬ plaining the apparent shortage tland Bhowingthat he is in no ivise to blame other than that it was a loose way of doing business If so wowill next WQ0k publish his - Tho Courier Journal of Monday containod a very sonsational story iii regard to an alleged shortage of 05272 in the accounts of our fellow townsman G B Swano as register of tho land office which was workod up by State Inspector and Examiner Gardnor upon tlib order of Gov Brown for an inves- Â¬ j I IV Tidkcv North rcmbrdko Mnsa J a fter the Grip i-t Relief from Hoods Snrsapnrllla w4uWondorful -and Pormanont j nooa ci io J OWCH Mnss kjdncyf M lina tronblo niul Bevcro pains In myJboclc yhlch was brought about by a cold contracted whllo In carnp at Ltnnneld In 18C2 been troubled since I hnroand havo been more or less nny that time unable to do heavy workvmuch less any lifting I received only tcmporaryrellel from medicines Last sprins lhadanatuickor tho grip which left mo with A Bad Cough Vory Weak physically in fact my system was completely riih down Itried a bottle of Hoods Sarsapa rllla and It mado mo feel so much better that I continued taking It and liavo taken six bottles It has done wonders for mo as I havo not been so free from my old pains and troubles since the 1T Eov Z Mcok Catluttsburg Ky I have used tho Elcctropoiso for live years and find It invaluable ns a ctirativo agent Especially h it cflienciotts in casea of fccblo women and dclicato children Eov Kobert Barrett Louisville Ky Baptist Seminary Elcctropoiso cured after all other remedies failed ltov V W- - Bruce Uustonvillo Ky Elcctropoiso cured opium habit Rev Georgo Means Covington Ky In one night tho Electropoitso relieved brain congestion and vertigo- Wo could fill this paper with similar reports but think it is suflicieut to interest you in sending for book on the subject of health Â¬ Â¬ t It Is a myatcry to Jev John plllf r HOOgcrs Dnnville Ky mo nlmost n inirncle J I ill Ooli I m House ir I 1 J w KENTUCKY If x m I I Largest Stocks 1 1- 1 l i i I lowest Prices t i II l I I Best Coods9 3 S ijj - OOCLS5 war I consider Hoods Sftrsaparllla a God sent blessing to tho suffering William J IUkeh North Pembroke Mass Mooiil Pills cure Constipation by restore log tho iierlitalUc action of tho alimentary eanaL rss VALUABLE BOOK FREE 1 1 When in Lexington do not fail to give us a call WEBB 513 FOURTH AVE m III SHEHIFFO 8flLE FQfTf BXES Louisville Ky SiTPlcuso montion this paper when writ- - ing I i i I Louis Main l is Strauss Opposite Phoenix Hotel j l w J card is rT f 5 Kentucky Democrats will hail with delight the fact ihat Tony Carroll was ptrSaturday elected to v ihe logislaturofrbm the Sixth and Seventh wards1 of Louisville The Courier Journal of Sunday says Carroll won a Ex Speaker A 11 1 ai l figure Thorp vasplehty of ex Â¬ citement but the excellent work of tho polce prevented any soribus and Seventh wards was 1801 while his opponent received 1849 Tho A P Air cut a very sorry district by a majority0f 452 Mr Carrolls total jvotoin the Sixth can nominee for representative from the Forty eighth legislative great person al4urAvuil as ajpemo-cratic triumpliyestordayj wlion he defeated 0 ABlatz the Eepubli j trouble I It Sft Ti hM ffirt AW 3 V m t ft 5i Vttv ji r tifri X- f United States sonatorahd Vve in- Â¬ 0 Lexington cline to tho opinion that 3reen is 11 Avon about rich t If ho or Bomo other 20 Winchester Republican is not elected there 27 Fairliov 33 Indian Fields will almost surely be a deadlock y 40 Clay City v preOINOT NO 4 throughout tho Bixty day session 44 Stanton 53 The llopublicaus have theadvan- - K U Land Co 1400 acres adj lands Filson M Lcdford 2800 55 Dundee tage in that they will havo tho aViTi ULahd Co Valueacres adj J O Natural Bridge 1789 K 57 presiding ofiicor and they will use Spencer Valuo t347800 x orrcnt 02 Beattyville Junction 70 cthat advantage for all it is worth fc K ULaiYdiCo883 acres adj lands Three 74 City i Groon Keller of Uhe Carlislo Mercury some time sirice predict Â¬ ed the election of GovBraclleyj as adj lands Value 23500 of A J Campbell K U Land Co 1700 acres adj lands of S Dreht Value 510000 K U Land Co 10CG acres adj lands of J C Tolsnn Value 2lJ2 K U Land Co 172 acres adj lands of T Fi Vanclcave Valuo 34100 K U Land Co 43 acres adj lands of T C Tolson Value 8000 1C Vi Land Co 802 acres adj lands Valuo 100400 of T B Hanks K U Laud Co 609 acres adj lands of Hiram Miller Valuo 101800 K U Land Co 272 acres adj lands of Wm Center Value 54400 K V Land Co GG acres adj lands of R P Tiinmius Valuo 13200 JC U Land Co 115 acres adi lands of JT L Wireman Value 39000 BQTAnd cost 11003 and all cost for advertising rilrviuo Lumber Co 1800 acrep adj lands of VE Bnishears Value 9000 CSr-Aud cost 88824 and all coat for adverlisinp 117 acre -- SH4UU By virtue of taxes due me for tho year antilEastern Railway 1814 1 or one of my deputies will on LexingtonMONDAY JANUARY 0 1895 at the Court Houso door in tho town of Time Table In Effect April 14th 1895 Campton Tolfo county Ky expose to CUAS SCOTT public pale for cash in baud the follow- Â¬ J I MVIXGSTON tfc Geo Manager Geu Pubs Agent V P ing tracts of land viz PBEOINOT NO 8 Kentucky Union Loud Co 72 acres WEST BOUND adjoining lauds of J M Tolson Valuo No 5 St Lexington Ky- - STATIONS K U Land Co Nol Dnly t 0 10 Dnily ex bun day Lexington Avon 30nm am 10 02 Fairlio Indian Fields Clay City Stanton Filson Dundee Natural Bridge Bcattyville Junction Three Forks City Athol Elkntnwn Jackson Winchester 0 42 am 9 27 nm 0 10 S 12 5 27 8 12 am nm am nm am nm am am 8 51 am Torrent 8 07 7 54 7 33 7 23 7 02 nm 0 38 am 6 30 am 3 35 pm 3 15 pm 2 00 pm 1 10 pm 12 40 pm 11 40 pm 10 48 am 10 17 am 10 07 am 9 35 am S 40 am 8 00 am 7 1C G smiuwiumiumuimiumiumuiWK iXP -- TI-IE BEST- - am 20 nm 0 00 nm BAST BOUND STATIONS g GANE Sr MILL OR EVAPORATOR -- 3 Daily 2 30 BUY TI-IE-- pm 2 55 pm 8 15 pm S 29 pm 3 4G pm pm r 4 05 1 14 pm j - 1H 4 US ti VI w In jr f - ocratic United Statos senator Oily Teems McCroary on hear- Â¬ ing tho news of Tony Carrolls eleotion to tho legislature is said to have remarked Do you know that it makes me feel mighty good because I believe it moans a Dem Â¬ lilfa K - are right in your forecast but will you bo in it when the count cdmei f Maybe so Joems and wo hope you f t IS Bradloy mado tho trip from Lancaster to Frankfort in thopriyato car of Vice president T D Livingstone of tho L 38 railroad which was in fulfillment of a proposition mado by tho lat Â¬ ter gentleman during tho recent Gov Campaign when he protforod his car in ovent of Mr Bradleys ele- Â¬ ction r-f - y if Tho Morgan Jlessonger is re Â¬ sponsible for tho statemont that a woman of that county a few days since gave birth to two well devel Â¬ oped snakes AVe have often heard or men having smiko8vbutwo boliovo liis h tho iirst onso on re Â¬ cord whore a woman Jtiajd beon Forks Val tie GGGOO of L A JohuBon Athol U LhndVCoV 180 hcrcs adj lands Elkntawn 0 K olEXo Valiio3G000 T Jackson K U LandCo 93 acres adjIands of Nos 2 3 and 4 arrive and depart from O J C Spenwr Valuo 18i00 Lexington 8 und 0 from Freight K U Land Co GOaores adj lands of vfc 0 dept depot at Netherland Josso Adams Vriuo 12000 Jfos 3 and 4 run Sundays only No 3 K U Land Co 284 acres adj landsv going west leaves Torrent at 430 prm and of Elias Reynolds Value 568 00 K U Lnnd Co 183 acres adj lands No 4 going cast leaves Tor rent tlOtf am of W L Bush Value 3GG K U Land Co 2041 acres adj lands gmrTO MERCHANTS ONLY of W L Bush Value 450901 K U Land Co 408 acres adj lands 7 R NUNLEYrMt Sterling Ky of J P Bush Valuo 70000 ItEPRESEXTWO K U Land Co 40 acres adj lands of r Jcpso Adams Valuo 0000 Sll flARBISONGATHRIGT K U Land Co 50 acres adj lands of LOUISVILLE KY MttrufaoturOrt of KENJ Jowo Adanw Valuo 200 00 AXitprmm saddles K U Land Co 89 acres adj lands Nbf TUCKY SPUING andkinds of aihriies Buggy Breakandall Elias Reynolds Valuo 17800 K U hand Co 954 acrrs adj lauds t Tho Kinv TJrxiHH Btnjrio Collar Value 2000 of T B Lodford I Xlio GrotitoHt ThlncOiitr CQTAnd cost 15978 and all cost for AttWMllusovorythliigiilorMoiyonrfl advoriisjng niiV T B QuifsnnbprryH heirs 17GG acres Ir am jjotliiigrcndy to slart fiftci4 ppririg adj lands of W L Bush Valuo 3528 oreler Will reach von in nlciitVpf time1 SSTCost 3303 and all cost for adver Â¬ Jlowovor if you Havo any spconit time ro buy write mo at Mt Sterling- My trade is tising Buy from S O D M Potter 3750 acre adj blgI want it bigger ItospiiitfulJy mo and well both bo happy lands of T B Lcdford Value 7500 w -- nUnley rTCo3t 7350 ud all cost for ndver tiding -- 4 28 pm 4 45 pm 4 50 pm 5 04 pm 6 20 pm 5 3G pro 82 5 58 pm 90 0 22 pm 94 6 30 pm iwi mt i - 3S3F groTar waot SE - V - x- t- BEST J WACONt m XFT W K ETKtM ---- r- 1 W -- rA ltjiI jJ BRO r - f 7iiL I GAEi est 03ST Q7 m - charged with v it nWUBrTtpwwiW If- p - vient qoyrowwwos o a handsome gift irbni Dnnoll Proeluof No FrWwy tho on H t Precinot No 2 W Kendalls heir Procfnot No G Precinct No lJ IL Amyxa heir Mariah Littlo J HB HAUPIN rr t3 AVITH WW H EBBD PEBBLES n WW r 31 f Go o -- P N Bo3e John WHOLESALE DRY GOODS U mV NioVolh By A II WHwSON a W T COiBS Deputy NOTIONS 0 POnTSMOUTHOrilO MT STERLING KY uiwwmuimuimiumuimiawwJi V M ft- - Kit tf IV i -- - J7 Hi h i mSiimtm tf i of Tun Hkkaid with tbo articlo and KM RSZGL tho critique thereon It is a glittering Broakfaat from 5 to 9 m Ik arrav of talents that qulto overwhelms 10ItiriHegular Moale 25 cents Meala to ordor at all lioura Br it m to 8 p m Suppor from 5 to 0 p m That itcnl you nrolopking for ib on mov I didnt know I was so able J iW But as to the moonshine or the maid Â¬ rinhT nnire ninybe ens Wellilicawnc murmurs Sirs 15liwibotUlnrrer of Frcnchburg c fr Vision increased Olh radiant niaitlons ipf theTvalcs hfls hntV licr fit lppii1fllfrigfHF Thntlcadlo Illizcl Groclj Tho postQlncO nt An nn Atrtgjiljncmui Oli riiootislluTc of the hillg and dales hmt rp Hi Dec iWlif ty yijl bo discontinued nfler That sweeten nil tlursMne What glorious tulngmurot forsootbr Mm iiiUnrLtfsAm6nLShQrilTftSllo 3r J M Kn ldihifipiaceYon Wed nosduy morning took from tho side of Whut products rich aitd rare Muybc your land id In tho foriTiKca To warm tho hearts or tiyo and youth Mrs JakeChesterjthreagallohs of water ml And luttlcu tho world more fair Mo has bitii treating the cftso sinco n niii Jj H Johnny Barker living on Lnurol in March 1S0J ftnd in that tlrno hirsdrawn Yet moonshine you tniiM take a fall county hns ft very bovoro enso of Your banner now is fftrled j tlilH off 120 giillomf of water lacking ono SSSWS11 One muldeiifl more to mo than all quart Mrs Chester Uvea on Stillwater fcvef Tho moonshine in the world and hns been afillcted with dropsy for Horn to tho wifo of Itnrlnn Wilson There Is that a satisfactory murmur several ycara This U a very toFnark Swnngo is bis last week ft boy Jim With beta wishes many thanks and com ablo case and wo doubt if the common Â¬ jmtne plitncnis to your better 17 18 1 am yours wealth contuinsiutoMier such of overdid Ira Jobn M Koro bus n very nlco bunch W T LAMlTOK NOWsHAVE ON SALE AN IMMENSE m U III of cnttlo for the Mt Sterling mnrkot If yon aro inueuicu to this office ion jsoription job work or ndYaclitirng next Monday Rrraulng On An Upgratlo suits 7ivnur suit worth SI CO Celluloid collars three latest stylos much Vr Swnngo of Powell county is Will F Schooler formerly an attache you will oblige us very ajid by coming iniutreus flM Mrs ClillilrejiauitV Sl CO yet sub worth 2 f0 worth 15c for T fr i v paying your JdyHHtiitsLrjcrsintywortlij - roo vigitlngbcr daughter- - Mrs James Lucy of this office but mnro rccontly local to the Captains office Hoys and youths suspenders wwrth mW I oo editor on tho Ahlnnd Daily News has dues Wo need ji littlo of the fllthv Youths slilts 1 Ctf pBrMJitihvbrth 10c tho wcrld over per pair 5 of iacy caeok 0 CO Silk face youths suspenders accepted a position with tho Morehend lucre about m bad as a hobo doen a liens suns JSJ 00 per suit wortlu worth Â¬ kl M J Elnm 1ms been appointed post- Advance na npsociato editor and judging meals viotuals at times and your wrens sliits T 00 peivsuitj vwrtliM J8 CO iMC r0o fni 10 Morgan county vico master nt Elnmton promptness will relieve our distress and Mens saitsi J 00 per sujl worthVlO CO MctOs fariuers and silk face suspend ftHel from his work as presented in tho last see our oou coats vests aim pants at ers full length worth 25c for 10 X SElnm deceased issue of that paper ho is going to get be forever appreciated Never mind the lew than half price Extra lino mens suspenders worth r Come uii and well try and attend Calicoes the vciy btStstandard goodsWill hna the ability to mako rush A postoffico was last wcok CHtablished there Eli iOcpcr pair for 25 Booth a first class associate on any country your wants pielc of the- house uuibmuiilj Workshirt8 yortli 35c for at Booth Wolfo county nod Tobo i SlnipsohUond othcrclidicQ tiiukcs- Extra heavywbrk shirts worth 50c sheet but unfortunately ho hns not here- Â¬ 25 appointed postmaster im all hew per yard Marrtatjo of Dr Silas Rank S A handsome white dress khirt worth a sticking tofore demonstrated a tact for Mrs Jloo Day has had quite a sore to anything and in tho language of 5 jCj i or 50 On Sunday Dec 1st Dr Silas JCash Good shirting plains per yard a cutting nn in growing toe nail Extra heavy shirting plaids good as 20 Styles ofcolored laundricd shirts fpot from another wo wish to call his attention to of this place and Mrs Maggie Canity Alabamas jicryard OK collnrslntid cnflsjittnchod worth and sii fie red much pain the postngo stamp It sticks to on of Ezel wore united in the holy bonds Ileavy four quarter AAA Ianacrs and double the money 50 niechahics brown cottrin pcf yard If Will will of matrimony by Elder James Fngate 5 Ifldtos fall weight ribbed vests worth That good woman Mrs Belle Godaoy - thing until it gets thero bet- keep this in mind ho will develop into tho marriage cofemody ocoiirlng at tho au immense ociu lot oi iiats slioes fiOn fnr1 t 25 lias the thanks of the editor and his etc etc nf rldieuousK lAii iitoAo 3rensJhcavy undershirts vorth CO5 55 an A I newspaper man and it wont home of the bride May they live Jong cr4 for n fine fnt spnro rib Ilciiyy Cantonjlannel drawers worth vl lirtl prosper Tho notice of this marriage Ladies 37 inch wotd knit skirts worth- do it By tho him a decade Druggists say that their sales of Hoods take Advance is nowtnunder editorial way ceremony should have appeared in our OCCIItS lOr 25 MtMUMMItkOMl conToweling per yard Sarsaparilla exceed thoso of all others the of W Riley and the paper shows last weeks issue but wo did not learn Full 10 1 blankets worth 125 per p 5 trol J K 75 An extra hirgoTandi heavy bleached There is no suusmiuo ior houu a Bed comforts worth 75 cents for sl a decided improvement sinco the two anything about it towel worth 20c- for i 50 10 Mi Extra sire bed comforts worth SI 25 Jimmle Brown will pleaso accept the of them both mounted tho tripod SucAH siik uincKiacc luiiKisomo style for 00 David B Rono charged with shooting Worth 20c peryard foK 10 thanks of tho editor njid his bettor J for cess to you gentlemen and may the AdFeatherstitch aiidseaniubraid worth and wounding Joe Williams and Charley Clarks 0 N T spool cotton 4c per vance ever continue to advance a mess each of melts and hog brains spool or 4 spools fur 15c or 27 10c per bunch foK 5 Bobbins n an accomplice had their ex Â¬ spools for Charley Duff who joined tho Chris100 Satin black yclvot ribbon worth 50o amining trial on Sunday and Monday 25 ilidercnt sty s of ladies misses Wedding Bolls i per bolt for 25 t tian church at tho recent meeting will Tom Lee of Midland Texas and Miss before Judge Carson and wore acquitted Jiivo papers of needles combined childrens and uions bose In fast by Prof Cord this ovening be baptized Willijinif ba boon indicted for shooting black tan or colors worth 10c With darners all for 5c worth Lucy Wallis if near Daybbory will be It per pair for ll Two papers largest suefull count Tho news comes from Washington that united in the holy bonds of matrimony Rose and will piobably havo his trial in M See tho hosiery we are selling or brass pins 5e worth 10 M Kendall is putting in every on Monday morning and on Tuesday a few davs Hon J ladies children and men at lOo Combination box of perfume and ijly hour in the interest of his constituents leave for Midland Mr Lee is engaged v per pair worth 15 to 25 elseMhere Mhitcall for Ladies fast black gloves per pair 10 All kindsofdfessJutlonsfe2 dozen on Why suffer with that headache when in cattle raising at that place and lias itS K The bride is a Taxes Mens leather work gloves worth COc r ii Ilirri t Sale mi fniil you can secure a box of Mcgrimine nt been very prosperous nun nniv in k jxti ui inl I for GO cents and get immediate daughter of William Wallis of ourcoun of Wolfe Hy virtue of tnxos duo the ahorilf this office ty one of twin sisters and a beautiful county for the years of duo relief The from M C Ilattou 1 or one of my deputies young lady of pleasant manners Tho Christian church nt this place will Herald throws the old shoe in advance will on Monday the Oth day of January be covered with corrugated iron roofing of the ceremony and wishes Mr Lee and 1890 between the hours of 9 oclock a ns soon as the necessary funds can bo his bonny bride a pleasant journey to and 4 oclock p m at the court house door Wolfe county Ky in the town oi raised their farwvotcrn home and a long life it being countyCampion court day dispose to public j Mrs Eliza Swnngo wiie of Register of unalloyed happiness While wo dis- sale to the highest and best bidder for cash we have in hand the following described real estate ml Kj 0 B Swnngo arrived homo yesterday like to see the bride whom as may be necessary to jifternoon and will continue to abide known from a ittlc girl go so far away or so much thereof post towit ao acres ot v wo feel that alio is in safe hands and that satisfy said tax and tvlth us Miller levied 3g TotnL ee will ever look upon her as tho land joining the land of W Z M C llatton Charles Andre head salesman and apple of his eye and stand ready to on as the property of said In fact everything belonging to a General Store which Lwbwillofior at the i Tax and cost 1407 hook keeper for J T Day of this place comply with her every wish above unheard of prices lor tho CASlf and MEUOll ANTABKE PllSbuCK Jambs K Cockekiiam D 8 W C left Sunday for ft privato business trip This December 3 1895 yto Middlesboro going via Torrent Misses Mnttie and Florence Quicksall l s The Bargains We will Offer You WillJeTremBuddusr 1 Dr Taulbeo was jin Sunday called to who havo made so many friends here Be Sure and See the Stock wo are Offering of Daysboro during their sojourn among us this week Seo Mrs Henry Wilson ill and n son of D N returned to their home near Ezel their who was quite We MEAN BUSHESSarid thtfStock Must be Sold Tin nlinvn rnwnrA r5ll ho unirl Cnr llin parents having removed there a short safe return of my boy who was abducted If Wilson at Lee City who has fever time since They are both elegant young from my on in Marcii last tY ftfstfhir fftifivn Js going to give you 1ms i Mrs Lindsay Ware of this placeweeks women in all that the teim implies and The child hometaken Urassy divorced lather was by his feryour money HH RR been quite ill for ten days or two they will be missed from the small John Lewis Henry and is supposed to be in tluiii you can get any been con- - that IBHt fT past so much so that she has fZi society circle of our littlo town goes his possession now a n Kentucky Ihis stock Sylll bo onexh liiilion atFloyd Days blue old past The fined to her room during all that time withoutsaying They will not however light boy is 0 yearscomplexion has Thereeyesa it A whero in tho State of is hair andtair Uc sure and call before purchasing elsewhere fJfgVl old sland Hare Green Ky m The many friends here of Rev W B bo so far away but that they may visit small blue mark on his under lip caused Cooper will regret to hear that he suffer- our villago often and in behalf of all from a fall by which he may be idcntilied ml mtmmMamnrwrwwwrrTnrrwwTrmmvmnnrrrrrrmrrlrrTVTrTrTirramami irTfTtnmnlvnnNTmnrTwnm tTMnm iniiiiilii n ed a small loss from a fire in the hallway wo bid them a hearty welcome at all on close inspection Julta Cecil IIkniiv of his dwelling at Frankfort last Friday times s ywmim2dmtrnJvj llazcl Green P 0 Wolfe county Ky iT 1 a t m j Wm H Cord will go to Ezel on Sat m rTk i r r aA VJrVlWjTi r ia Jinunio Brown of this place has a day in coin in his possession that is 111 years urday before tho fourth Lords i S VM M tins month and will preach in tho Chris old It is a Spanish coin 6 cents and fJV tian church Saturday night and Sunday was fov nd under the floor of the old resi- Â¬ morning dence of William Trimble when the jiPj Acres Fine Mountain Land Davo Rose who was wounded by Joe building was recently razed to theground 800 AND Wo Jim ia very proud of his find and thinks Williams is getting along nicely z m m i3 have heard no news from Williams for a some coin crank will yet pay him a hand about 800 acres of good mountain Wfc j I have w day or so but nt last accounts he was also some sum for it but it has a hole in it land lying on the headwaters of lied ftlvor that will likely impair its value He doing well w coup -also has a widows mite tbnt be is very aud adjacent to Leo City in Wolfa Mis3 Nannie Hord and Eininn Slimp proud of ly Ky 000 acres of which is n virgin forest x m iH of Hnzol Green and Miss Lucy Wallace Session of l895 96 Begins First today in September of fino limber that I desire to sell and upon near Daysboro wcro ont horseback to tho wife of Ellsworth Lacy ot Born Mm riding forplcasuro on Wednesday and Saturday night the 7th inst a boy rcasonablo tcrmn There is n good bouse all necessary outbuildings on the place called upon tho editor Another recruit for the G O P What and TKJ become of this country lF UliL Co URSES VS rjSTAIXEl Expense tho Lowest Â¬ IDr Taulbeo officiated at tho presenta- will eventually in population is all to bo For further information call on or address mM Discipline tho Firmest me ul Lee City V tion of a girl baby to tho wife of Will if the increase Axil Republican The Herald heard a fel- Â¬ Instruction Thorough Tyler on Tuesday and says thats more ALLSSOIty only a fow nights since It beats i Democratic ill luck or in other words low say man that dies or moves the devil Every a Democrat disfranchised from birth Every stranger away is a Democrat This school has been before the public for ten yenrs and it Wm H Cords subject at tho Chris- who moves in and every boy baby born THE JCCIDENI8 OF LIFE will be is a Republican stands second to no other school in Eastern Kentucky i inny par tian church on Sunday morning KtHW v fwaif yftile toTS Quincht Jk ticular The Conflict All aro invited to at- Â¬ A ffiftSfe Drawer ICO Cpjea g 8ccreEnlargements havo been mado in many ways to meet the iq tends Sundayscbool at 900 a m JunElder Bruco Trimble f Mt Sterling tnryof the 8tai AcCidbnt creasing demands of each year ior Endeavor at 3 n m Y P S C E who has been holding a protracted meet CoMr ATCY for inforaiauoa is at 6 p m Hond for Cntnloffiio r Particular ing at this place for two weeks past closed i Insurrcpudlnff Accident ance aicnUoa thls papr county bis meetinir on Sunday night While H CORD Principal Justice Testerrnnn of Morgan Wm in but ono addition Dviso dolncr you cau save received a high compliment from Circuit the meeting resulted Iinrol Green Kentnck several confessions it JudgoKinnnr as to his methods of doing to tho church and ono of tbo most inter- mcmbcrehlpfceilc3 paid over 00000000 for m J Â¬ was nevertheless accidental Injuries business Mr Testermnn is one of Mor lMmZSZZ2SSZSi2GZ5S22 Alt esting and entertaining services held gans best citizens and deserves Bo your own Agent hero for sometime Elder Trimble left ionMiawiMiiMi wwnwin im MaaM aa when tho timo comes OMKDICAI EXAMINATION IlUQUIREa C Monday for his homo in Mb Sterling i Hon J C Iiykins Howard Sttunpori tlM Esq and FloVd Bvrd Esn all of Camp- At Ibommunl elect inn of officers for MJ mm A M of ton weroguc4a of thpDay llpuso Hir MhMiih Lurtefi No G07 F Jrfiw3ra ra tife iftg tho examining taial of XavQ 2080 tbls places which occurs on tho 27th toy i will bo Qcd n llrtrl llnU llAlilih n1 Uf fiH llftl Ik Ji Inst nbnskut dinner i i i irJii fcraCS x Vi m JTA Ml tho lodge hull and all mombarrof the homes on Monday nftorhoon Sv muff i ss TUEiTCD FAWti rwzzn lodge aro iarno4ly raqnestodto bojpretj OV MAI U I TjI Hon W- - 0 Mizo a fow day since i its it ririfiivi n tV a i ran padticiilaos call IHHPK SSt At hll UW Will eilV fo yju ty w on t D3a3wa rtusfvMl mica ins son Carl HSti do you knon and good follawgliip will provail ovvr jMYurj Mn nnythingwabdut Crock Cqldironfi crosa t i t tt i tiJf vurw ii cut saw V Tom teorofndlahdToNiis laWjuit Inqver aV itjiapasand fotto voice f drinfc want tofeaVi it ing fricndslu this vicinity aud rumor Wo seo whoro ho was ritrht jn 3iagtornJvoiituuk hits it that1 when he roturns to his far Fin Rates Boasonablo T Veitern homo ho will tako with him a r Sim l ii en iuicicsaii icacner oi ino puuno camo to St Louis school near Pomoroytouj came up on llifo helpmate Tom with 32 car loads 01 eatue iitxnit iow IF t0 1VEAJI OKIV Saturday to attend the Masonic mooting TnsspfRfl rj head and availed of the opportunity to t T t ti8placo that night IIo says he Iii on here j prv Address fiUclose outvhia school thin wook and is come undetermined what to do after that r n NotiCiT To nil lovers of good bread wy rt yr iiiV- - in c tbM YDMteti t MANUPAOTUIJBD f3Y G 11 Swango I will sell tho woll known brand of White lho alleged shortage of BBtOTBM w iS vt manufactured byS 1 Kerr Wsistor of tho land oflioe has boon naid Iearl Flour wa cv fcj fU by Nelson Trimble of Mt Stcr of Winchester ICy from fhis date up KENTUCKY JEANS OLOTHIHB GO J ijn bo mAOi m 1 wmr R x ono of his bondsnujn and Jiuigo to the firpt day of Jatuiarv JS99 ntGv W xour trade is soucuco WAtigo is thus acquitted of any aofnica- - ncr J 00 nou nd S BConm llcapoctfuU wuicn nc pays no wui cxpuuu w CumptopJy illAjiVi -M MJWi-t Vw wttuiaction of ll W HEMLD Lampton Makas a Lyric Mnrranr Washington D C Dec 6 1895 Brer Cooper J Thanks for the copies I - i - V wmmesaem u Sim tAii - l B B Vi B u jl wvivi W v- GRGGnYIiftniCY w nvni iiiiri klKAllluiun RT - - c -- 1 t vOysters Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken a Specialty WraU XiVXiAttVf lhMwaMtmif mr JT PRICE AND RACKET ST0RE1 BinjftteJS VvVifM 0W i IN A i i M T x t3 w Â¬ i - - - t MttttM 1 - 1 a Â¬ m - Â¬ Â¬ Sheriffs For 1802-03-94-- f 111 Â¬ Dry Goods Notions Furnishing Goods Boots Shoes Jats0apOlotliing II ueensare Wall Paper aiicl Carpets -- 100 REWARD i a 1 1 He M Pie W m I j H 11 iiilmll Â¬ w iTfc a Ti w m i i Tr HAZEL fflEH ACADEMY NQItMAi - I m q o Illl fl w V4 M a- -- - ROSE In Deimrtments km Â¬ Â¬ lk Â¬ 1 Ji Â¬ -- - - 1 ttti 1 lK Wwm - iifw w jzm m SEDUCED wtLAy w HiFFMM IsmmffmBB 9 -- SMWMWWMwwfeSSfl latfSseisMSsAgA 5SaKSSi5 l wTinTn TJiTi if iA AnrrrnTimrnn M - tM1 i - i i 1 1 I IH Fl fm ASSETS OTOv paid THE LION BRAS 2QQiQ0 viifMi WMOU AHOFFKAJf Ht Sterling p - V i f r jwm TitimBXiK mHM - 5jiu wPfiiferP i f Hi r m L a rt- iiiiiiiw b1fiit jr mi i l fnr tH WW V H I IMII Mi i I HI II 1 i Willi II I II IN II li III r mil w t - wMWmfmm t vw WW ffmi 77 vv KHHBuHMiflAhtfMiaBHHBaflHB4MHIHHHHHHHIMBiaMaMlH4H4MHMH4flBMMa4W rtuMtirwii ii m wBBESSmki i5yiiSiiii-iWli-in nfltt42vi-L- IV ixr mv Pir b4 H V- -- uiuaaui t It turned n 4MlftMHm 11 v r i i i ill ajiw ihi m jotviviv wAnu liio o nun un tmitroKcn iu iiuiiimui vi 14 iiMtii rliHiiiMi sinni miner and it cost onMf sii mri v kiijiiM J i a V Kl i Vr f At li If t1iinehlifcryof tlibUnttfcrl tho letters in tho filHh series would be tho banks nu i feyk Slates potttolllcc department i wttft ihllctl 137 Kextillions 8l7 qulntillions J87 her 750 for the troubletho scheme had to Iicr aid It could not end It now that quadrillions Oil trillions 852 billiona u ith it In all he said m tfniiiiiHif miinj www is Hireiidhi over Km optv Tho only fift millions 77b thousands and 240 brought them a little more tlnin200 V- tiling- Uucle Snm can do Is to treat with The tablu carried out in full js as fol Â¬ Vs thin ued for inedicaL aid for your sistert a come withhi jjfe Si Lfc iryTvriiri i W man Once n a hKU phases vindicatory features of the lows oiien ay UtfeJcWiiinctUtlinHhe canie to Chicii Hcopo of the the 1 X ituiw there Jlvert a here ot Instsuninie ami xUnihlucd back ffWli i WlMifi i in Mb hirf that he was built law spent 100 and Went r p ibnR surerorplan trife iiiolLt hs All this world wide correspondence In 3TimjIk1 that to him beloriKca the uet directed to a simple country lr Who j i i i VvVyiVy rv Vt3 lid better fhiui she cJime Bowie liu W C Ihflre was In life1 t i tCkni Shu Vyati treated by HivwrnMiv iinmMi tn mm until n- gtol would atand nmnzed at the complexi- Â¬ 7 r f mjJVmSV Iflr r vrf yww ft KlB MQOhl wife tho divine hciiler She had all said ties of the workings of a third clasn t fi4 iiJjirV rt i m i1iS3 the Iilith hi the world but he could not And thon- post ofllce She la a slight built youiiu 4J i mMxvWJiut Ah thtn t J i k 177147 t ilo he utiy apod wan woman 18 years old with fair ooilr fiiir and she lS rin v WJil iU uy uy anorc t0 bo cocl lliillkUllillllll iit t1 plexion and dark hair and dark eyes a there InstQad XiSi ii d ui m7t--- j i Ves when vc get more money out of JMI lkeka rooster adly vrhlppcd ho found KiL Yet this unsophisticated giri now the 11V it i thejo stumps Jjythat over him had nmlled atsemed brido of tho viilugnc blacksmith receives 17 i ml vi itecimtly Honioono wrote to themayor t day or a week or a more letters in Jili0lw tioitiiVn S874J04SD J Sihiimf 1 ia uvit 11C2 201 IbT of Kaneville Inquiring ttbout tho case K CnL Me why hed often aay a mortal I month than atiy other person on earth riyMafiiiatftttx -iSilUl Jsow Kuncviilo lias only ono olllccr a receives or over did receive and these Llk 10400 JiS 203 41 44 4 constable so the letter was turned over ten or more li2 wife IllHSl 0Sll0 rWiK3Hk wnnene tolled and alavcd for him letter contain has received old apostiigy ll 14441 ii stamps She i 44 44 blliil I5c27 lo Neo5 ltavlln to answer Tho writer in single 4144 I 1411 ruica iikb apoiiy kiisk ivfttf 2S212U530tl had 150000 stamps and wanted to know 44444 44444 4444444 444444 MjhjJHied slave and save and make and mend package as many as 0000 oftlies WV443 na wait on him and retch ana bring WMWllvi To say then she has more 1l444 4444 44 44 H M02i23 J2V jiomethlng about the ease before giving 44 ivit- H2tm by and by she weary grew and left tills stamps Xt 44 4447li25M7 l4W UbT the stamps ltavlln wrote to him suy 4444i44t Jetters and more old postage sJanipM orry world of strife JUl l22M07 Jl 44 444 414444444 44Jl p mourneu iter absence ninety qays uo- - than anyone in thovyorld is toiiinkehc Kaneville umM fc444 111111111 444i444tOCoUl4ii7C403 Jug the people ofneeded for thewould iVsylitiiUJ4UlU jiJ ore l Sot hs eond wife girls p X statementwith mild cdinpnrjson raise all the money 4144 4444 1444414444 44444444 W W i J 400147 Ann men Sho has received tiiore than 250D10U C2 1835 12i1RSSj1S41 euro if shu could be cured i 444 Ah then t Cti50UjtCo355b2i Letters of inquiry arrive every day lie learned a simple truth or two but oh stamps rtnd they arc pouring In on her 3 4 4lUj77lSlt9LtU0SUJ i 44 444 th Irony of fate Cj IpOQUO a day now at the rate of iyu31inOybbiW707 from people who want to know more Thnt hrltiKS Us that we ought to know 30 ISOWllKJbOUJliUlJl about tho case before contributing to postr ofllce IrtSwaittped W ThcJCnnevilla E7 44444 44 4 tV 263JOl lUUJb7 3tl voll a little bit too latel 4 13S0V51717072Hj20I the charity Thesu are addressed to Zleknew that when ho should have Binllcd witli lottersil About 16 of eVery 3000 iVi 44 vsuf2ijjiatijt2o the postmaster the mayor the chief of he often gayo n ehllllng frown letters reivejtl there are for sonie of 0 12 lo5ioil itvy2MJl Aid did not prlso the golden light until the other TSrJniore residents of Kano- - it the conmiis 3J k7jliiiis7JlivitiU40J police the burgomaster 44 ulaa tho sun went down I041fb6iilJl12oiJ2uj sarls van politic and to ever so ninny VII li till the csi nreadd essed to 12dna 12 lo 4ilt2iiUbJ4M7y7027 How often did he say that when his dayson ii Urtiwiii ill LM77yl02batn252Sl other sorts of municipal officers thnt do t 295 3U7aUw3LvTAUii earth hud nil been spent lUishels of letter come from Den 15 not exist in Kaneville When one conies C Scti2i3SllUGb21AuluybiO Whatever wealth he left should then bo niarkiJtusain Holland Gennany Italy 37M 2JKiSiiHt630a75WJ2Si6i for a police olliccr Mart Shoop the conused tobuiltl his monument id S7UUl43tf872fwlfct332ii takes care of it He answers That wasf botoro hla Ilrst wife died butll 2iJlJ3223UU17t2KclUU63 stable when his Hnal summons came W 717SWlii CJl8526sS770 2 1J them all in the same vein aslsoot Kuvlin JIo left his second wife a will and every- If tns cimi is curried cut totic SOth nsvcred the man with the 150000 thlnp was In her name series which is the Knit in Engiid a stamps to give The postmaster John And then glance at this table which is carried HhoMlhoi n does not auswer one letter Ah thcnl Che put him In a plain pine box and burled out to the 60th series will give one an in 4w which he receives He has not the Vv i him where land was cheap idea oT a total almost too great to be time and besides he has lots of other And shed so much to think about sho v calculated and lar exceeding ordinary things to do Ho Is the shoemaker the really hadnt time to weep She took a trip to Europe with the wealth conception barber and the coufectiouer of the tho ilrst wife tolled to Bavc Within a month after the chain place Versatile though he is he wns And all tho widows weeds thcrowcrG ijroW started letters containing ton or plodding along on a salary of 300 as RSK six foot high above his grave v firxrx mors stamps bigan to lind their way to tourth utass postmaster ail unknown 10 Nlxon Waterman In L AW Bulletin tsmvsiuuiuvillc eueh u link in the chain One innn until ono day he was compelled nay In early October last year 54 letters to move hia barber shop and shoe inwch canie for Miss Brown OF LEJBTEKS People of out in the back yard to make room lor Kaneville opened their eyes in wonder the wagon loud of mail Liiandpop SIATTIB E OOKMAV Tho news Logai brought oer from Sugar binw when they heard of it Abtounding Ro suits ofva Soho mo spread rapidly Postmaster Shoell Now ho wades around in mad breast pttiit India China Japan South and to Aid a pripplo Central America Tiie history of the horn who isuio the villugu shoemaker higl and sits up nights writing to the wont over the addresses half a dozen fourth assistant postmaster general Ior Hcheme one gels in Kancvllle is this times before he could believe it Then mure salary so he can hire somebody to Cros Itoftdft VUliiffe Flooded wltli old V4 Miss Kdna It Brown n countrygirl fV it lotK Stumps CountrJysaotlnastr r nteiJ daughter of J Nhtson one of h tied them up in a nicebundle with a help him W4anj Salary JncVottNud-tttrg-- t-i Urandpop Logan who gets 144 a the oldest and wealthiDt larmer s in stout wax end and the post olHec was cJtJIanKccoiptslii thoVorltfe full of staring people w hen he came out year for uauling tm mail over trom Jano tbmship conceived the idea of l ft from behind tho little row of pigeon mM I The post oftice departiiient is worry making a stami cpllccfion to aid a boles and dtlivercd the package to the agar Croveeignt miles six das in the Die postmuster haa no friendj Matti 32 Jormau aged 15 the ing over the lmeyJilcT 111 letter daughter of tho village blacksmith of oonfuscd and blushing addressee week says complaint us compared to Lj v ground for chain enormity TnepeetdySluarthuH Knnevllle John Gorman Miss Gorman Crowds gathered iu Mart Shoops and him The postmaster is getting ru- Â¬ lHen requested to inYtjstlgato it meningitis llols places flint night to talk it over inous and people are showering sym Letters arc pouringjintp lumevillo at Was made heliihjss by spinel Browii hurley Jarmon tried to explain how it pathy on him while lie has to haul that inul the rale of GOOoVdny These are com-Â¬ when six years old Miss vus but lucre vrns more doubt than mail through ail kinds of weather i ing from Europe Tho iirsfc install Â¬ formerly lived in Jeilerson county X eonvjetion that night in Kaneville The iHtP ment of foreign repliesVtoLhisgigaiitic Xnun she wrote toil friend livingthure next dry there were 150 letters for Edna while it fills ids wagou so he cant haul no one 3t chain reached Kaneyillc recently risking jherjo aid in collecting 1000000 11 Brown and before the prominent anv passengers or freight and Chicago osr stamps These she said she could sell ever thinks Of Jus troubles The opcrntionsof- the chain1 have for pO and procure medical nid for citieus of the place could arrive at a Chronicle 15 been practically headed oil lnthiseoun verdict on the miruccrlous lot of let- Â¬ try but tho inultiplyhigjiiissives liave JMuttielfGornntn This friend soothe ters they were pouring in by the thouA POPULAR ARCHDUCHESS W u got to foreign lands hiid thochnin is piury goes wioio to iuut urowit un- Â¬ sand- Then they just submitted to tho ing her permission running riot in Europe pavtieularjy suspecting world a to project on tiiCjlilss jjiovitable The letters were coming Marin Thensii Fairly Idolized ly the letter chain Ivupm of Ylunuu V v in England and Scotland Urown hud no way of knowing What Ihero was no doubt of that and that In the early days of her married lift This is the letter chain jyvhlch was the was all there was to it be no ct going Vy AfiBsl jdmi 3iJ3rown of had result of it would tm easy one else Before the lytzy afternoons of October Archduchess Maria Theresa is said to way of it seemed to be have found the atmosphere of Vicumi ICnttevlik Kane cbuntyTllinSeptem getting tho stamps so she said yes were gone there was n romance mixedÂ¬ uomowhul stifling she resented being lSDl ior the ostonsiblopurppse of bor John Car The friend wrote a letter designating up in the postal sensation procXirlijfg1 iO0OO0O sthmpsf or which u man the father of the crippled girl had tied hand and foot by the traditions tiss Brown as the treasurer of tins If iJapsburgs It was medical iustitutionvwouUVireata crlii stamp fundjitind mailed three copies of a big easy going fellow a chip of at this time that she used to work oiV plld girl Afiss Brownhas hicejbeen ft jloiaS many acquaintances of 1he old block tho villagers said Tic marricd the crippled girl lias beeniproX t Tlie letter was us follows wjih a blacksmith like Ids father and her superfluous energy by those rides uounced incurable diid va yearSttgo C- DnAn JKniiaMD A medical Institute has jiulutrioilK enough No One in Jvane that made the hair of her court ladies jr j According to Count Over J500000 stampfj have been re offored to treat a young lady of Kanevlllo ville wbb prepared to hear that Edna stand on end cripple JoInee sIj Brown had picked out Charley Itir Yasllir she once rode from Keichennu teived and still letters are pouring in jcWho has been lanlo a joars ot aire it sue woiuu cqucci imjvvw fa U una and back a distance of between Â¬ The limit of the chain hnsbei c m h stunipg so wo have aidcHJn keeping this mnn but she had and during tho Ta- 200 and 3U0 kilometers without stoptended from 50 to 80 since it reached chain Koine which hasbeen stnrtcd In nor tter part of October just as the letters Europe and whore it will end nobody belialfiartd your aid kindly asked JilakO begun coming swiftly they were mar ping Mere physical excitement how tlirotTctiplea oCthJs ietterits wahave done cap conjecture It Brown became Mrs over did not coutent her for long She v only chahglritrthVdato and put the next 1kd Edna was a wamun of keen intelligence and What the United States postal author- - higher numberfatithe tbp numbering them Charles Carman wide sympathy and she soon begun ities can do about it is tho question thiitr all tho same and slpfnSburown namo lte The prominence Kaneville has ac worries them The writers nro outside turn tlialottcrs toMlssdna RHrown quired In the world is appreciated by to interest herself in her husbands Kanevlllo Kano coiintylll wlthftwi or everybody tierc Charley Graham the social and philanthropic work Then yvX more canceiou Hiampa uiaoiJiu uijhibunu us the llofburgwusnotatalltohertuste address of tho thrceVnd they ln turn ard yjiiage blacksmith is not much heard of slio determined t6 organize a court of kaneville but he posen as asked to do tho samo Anyoiunot wlhlnir outside of She has a perfect genius to do this isaaked to rbturnthlo letter to thayniostprondnnttloitien there now hoi oav Miss 3Jrown thatvwomayknbw the chain lie lives in a cottage roofed square for Qutertaljilngi wvhtUever was her Is broken rank In life she would have her salon Although this may seomasmall thlnfrto frame liouse two otor e high a nutted though sho held it hi a kitchen and you anyone breaking tho chalnwill involve Jiear his shojiirfjieru nre wVo f out v - rooins one Is used an a parlor and the under her rule the nrchducn palace loss to tho enterprise A The person receiving No CO will please re- Â¬ soon became renowned for its aplemlld n turn tho loiter without making anycoplos ofheruS a stonigexooul forthc stumps hospftalltjv Xr yearn now it has been sWt js12xl4 feet The room vrirr as thnt ends tho chain Yourn respectfully nndrleUers That no medical institution ever and onc halfof it is stacked tipsix feet the center of the iifeand gnyety of the uiado this oifer Edna admits She liud iigh with boxesandbarrels filled with capital the meeting place olj nil who u vague sort of a notion that a million stnihpsV-1- One coriieiv- 6fAthe room is jire distinguished whether hy rank or 6id stamps could bo sold for 100 and filled with unopened Jotters the rest of genius sjfsimrr s ft r k hi v Tho Austriuns expeelally the Vjcn- Nivf this sum would procure doctors serv- Â¬ the floor is piled tin with briars filled - j Jcaj J ncsoj are A splehdor loying ilnce and with stants Jilcasurcutentsand ices If The Kanevlllo girl got aii idea and dilations showed iheic were 42U cubic they would idolize the archducliuSs if SflF kbw - X lkT r MFAI n -- v- - v J Tnviwvv xyKWTjviEMuikHiiM me vines ouutiiuivur iriumi ai iti cu mo - vnw nro nuurcBBCcij wimiumi to stop x jnpWnfh iLeJMtol3L iijR mimiiii Vf ij rt sr nii iutj a 01 leUot H voce vet SSf ceeus lpuwtwuuf uuuu 4 -- ne rr r nyj n m t v 1 --- -- rVn tuisway h -- dollars Wegot PERSONAL AND iMPERsbf i fi mi Hi it - - 1 - - oJt 4t fond of mbdorn English poetry Mf Edwin Arnold and Algornon Cli8rlZ - Jk Swlnburnu aro his especial favot and ho noycr traol8wthbutAconUn thoir works j The t niiiiCQis- ww iTiini M J V i would bo called a mora tour butlm U V It is not gonorally known but uthi a fact that the prlncuof Wales h JL H l - r- Wi n r Vnltrtnnil l4imllllly It 4 -- 4 STT-5-- - rk w mifl - -- - -- - 44fliiiy rttti iiiiiiit WvvVVMviftVMi52fSI rt ff w a Ji 4 4 1 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 tltl Jr - flt 4 litkll fii 4 4 1 4 4 4 444i0 4 1 4 1 4 4 4 4 4 44 4 4M4494fjvV44 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 S4 4Ml - 4 1 5 k 4 Â¬ - 4 - is rWJM0m j flkfI - v I K m f- - An effort is holng made itVlpatl backed up hy eertain newspaper to porsuado the emperor to visit Kurone and Amorlctt with a lar o suite inclnd hijf a military stair Tho emperor lus never boon outside of lapun and thoro aro those among his subjects who fool that a little globe trotting on his part would bo of advantage to hl country and himself Prlnco Ooorjiro of Greece Is th handsomest and most agrooablo young prlnco In Europo Ho is tall squar shouldcred and athlotlc witUbort cropped goldon hair blue eyes and the plcasantcst possible expression Ho Is bright and full of fun anilisal togothcr a bravo and manly youiig fellow llo is a sailor commanding a corvette in tho Danish navy Popo Loo XIII who now ia la his oight3 sixth yoar is described by Cardinal Gibbons as pale anil emacl atcd with a pallor almost of death upon him and this is heightened by tho white coelosiasllcal garments be habitually wears And thoucrli jilj body is considerably boat with ngetitj eyo is bright his mind clear and luminous and his capacity for phyuicaiea durance remarkable The young kinsr of Soain has just witnessed his first bull fijrht HU mother who bus a horror of the Span ish national sport ha the fatal pi6 ment postponed as long as possible but after his tonth blrthdav she could not prevent him from seulncr a fosta according to prccodont Tho llttlo kinar viewed tho fight quite stoicnllr and as ho departed without rewarding tho successful matador tho Spaulafds arc not pleased Mrs R W Vnudcrbilt has contrib- Â¬ uted five thous ind dollar in alditlon to three thousand dollars riven bv her some timo sinue for an operatinr room at tlie Newport hospital Thisuoiouftt practically covers tho cost of the nciv operating room now nearly ready for occupancy Mrs Vanderhllt has nt various times riven sevoral fine autbu lnnces to tho different New York hospitals A good ambulance will Cot nearly a thousand dollars but with and otTicr the springs mattrasse complete equipments with whch IMr Vanderbilt fits the vehicles tldr cost Is not under two thousand dollars each Â¬ and poetry inlrl m Â¬ Â¬ 1 i Â¬ Â¬ A LITTLE 1 w c A grave Snoopor done to Dovorsplke injuteo was kiduiore Ho was hurled What Soonpor N Y World alive I wtnt a Lady in a bookstore classical non duad-and-go- ne what shall I trive you Llv 0iie bound in red Flio rendu Huttor Mr Klock Did you fin that Mr alarm clock I sold you useful I killed a Shotwoll Indeed I do Yoakpb cat with it last niht Statesman Feline Amenities Female Frljnd to fair author of The Woman Who author Cleric lertidtih5 w suces write Durstnt I will take any rubbish you clioose to Now youve had such a suppose your puhlislur Punch Â¬ you nro forgetting yourself Did yon bear what old Sln o Cass nikus said about yonV and I dont know as I care to heavit Hass Possibly not but then think a pleasuro it would he to rie t what tell itr Hoston Transcript j said tho now woman to Miranda I am nCrnid her junior companion Hass Why You do no was the startled inquiry remove your bonnet whon you gol111 tho elevator with that young man K narrteburg Telegram Tho prosecutor Tnde gravely swears that you hit him twice upon the noso Hnrc you ony denial Yli r mnkotf Defendant stoutly hanor ltvs false ol hit him butwnst upon tii1 nose Th sicond toltneoMut him where- his noso hod binr - Hit - w tJJ Cj EIKA s K UKOWN tated fraud or purposed swindling in mas She did not expect much from it she iho scheme yet thousands and thou been spent in post- - says She had not even calculated on SJinda of dollars have attfk did of Knevlle is flooded with mall tho poaalbilltlea uUt it Shepeoplenot on enough were Postage stamps are stacked know there matter n and hud not been sinco the np in farmhouses around Kanovillu like tno earth la u ivljftat fo h biivand people ure spending time of Adam to furnish a writer for That f30o a day for theeurrlage of their let- - every request iu tho chain was not enough wealth in Kane there tcrsKloiie iVphauo o tkis undertaking which county to pay for hauling tho water or tho stamps the United States gojennnent will used iu muking tho glue letters if the up it 1h said i tho losses in pOsV necessary to mail tho chain was not brokn That tho InXld avnoimt to over 40 Jngix dn r postage alone day on JSdiia E Ijrowii malU Jt terest on tho value of tho debt and buy ters tho national jiojtixdd and tho letter are returned would pay We got two wo sold for 5 apiece ifyr another new navy To carry out the Vo tjte dead letter ollice Were those all person sends Thb letter cjwdn Hirtel from an ob- - idea of til chain the first recipient of No wo find rare oner ovcry once in A Knelt J ma rtiiuf rtfflnj kitM luni1m out three letter ffiSsenea awhile Wi in 3lb way of theoVmds throe and the second mvlh vi mil nKimmim w 444WHVJ n ilttt Yes we jet a eUcek now nwd then Wcu r tlie fonrtU fit SSRSrt - - j S4 nf TTnto nn in ijeemhigly no evidence of premedi- Â¬ would be too big for ll1t with tho aid of her thinking friend in Nov York the brilliant plan of a shaln was evolved from a laudable desire to ThlfA ucqulre a wooden leg for a boy who feet of postage stamps inthc room Es Â¬ timates made based bnthcy counted contents of boxes placedtbe numircr at it before Christ- Â¬ j A vt -Vs- tle Â¬ KO more than 20000000 These aint all either said Gar- My uncle John Woberwhq lives man two miles east of Sycamore hauled away about a qunrterpf what there is horc My father took nearly as many as my uncle What are thoy doing with them They ore helping open tho letters and sort out the stamps Everybody around helps us Uavoyou sold any stamps yet Yes we sold some about 70 worth of old stamps and tho sumo amount of new ones Got any rare stumjis in these let Â¬ M H I Tc milflr4 - - - - i Utk2W f VJV6lJ - 11 1 English Tourist wild eyed Htid fnmtlc lllithero guardl Ive lost me boxr nio luggage Cawntfin nnywliore American llaihvsy 0H P clttl Any trousers in it like It were for nothing but the royal state youvogoton Yos Theft vvhy don t tl in - which she lives among thein SJu you tro into the baggage roopi atm n K is theirfdeal of what a fioverefirnsTioukr UnrcmibnvVbnder A Toasnierchant Is always a 1H oei their own sovereign above ullund they openly nidurii over flWfactthat tie hard of bearing when ttuiwW she cannot glmrigo Tplaeia vtfi heVm- - purpose I want to- got a day off press atls a lavorlto theory of theirs kkiii il ww Kniii liiu iinir iiivi Vfi n mfrlit inrla Theresa ruled in the lT6f olintit lMitltr ltu 14ifl fir Y OUT it that if UlUtllk 44r 444444 VI to get throo davsTbfiJi TI hoara burg yionna Vwould at once cast wnut off its gloom and be as it used you very uistinotiy tno nrst ui to be tho gayest capital In Eu- Â¬ You cau have oiio day rope Then trade would revive they sittings f Onn of fh uro sure and the good old days when lArn nfMlB water story of men lived in peace with each other reau is fond of tolllnc a would conic back again Many of those ho says was an actual occurrence who regard with scant favor the pros stranger walked into tho ollico obj n iiUai1 lit 4i turn hi lillB poet of Karl Ludwlg being their em Â¬ daw i iitirl tntu 1 i r tno qoslc i l want to mi peror would gladly hull his wife us em- Â¬ roacn plaint about the water pipes in my c press Temple Bar I keep cliicicon far no said Innlrtniy liadlv taGyT3 ttn the nlnnn n The Era of Vicrnmadltya chieily arowning Keep prevails in tho north of India It be do you thorn all the next ohioJJJI la JIB uslcod ask gins U C 50 It commemorates a great abruptly Yes why do you victory gained by Ylcramaditvin cover AVoll I think would be a good JJfftit ti iinn isKti elgu of Mwlwa oyer fioka the king of tn your caso to1 it l kep duoks -- te - - - -- V - - - tt WW -- - -- loif-T-Tex- aJ i f rl J i Â¬ i Jllil fllW VAIU BfcW MiWWBIrMMWMlWMIWBIfllWllBIWniinilMlMlliiM Tii n J fiV 1 t1 In if V iii f Vyi t Hi J V 31i i- ti W Vfl - yU-S- Frtf iiifflfcwuij Oo J1 wintedairvimq fftlE FARMING WORLDI wny There Should Be No Abandoning - OntvrlttfnrthftCKtliiUr COi D STORAGE ROOM tlio Ccmntry Ooiitltmmu rAnVou Klve mo plan for Icehouno with WS room cuneruuuariieaiiiicuor v ISJjnU to ilioluisht best lee to Ho uhocI from B i VtlrMtAllSO iv- H W T fi S ihiiu would bo the mcitluffntr by noncondueUng cuiusBtlbouridfd jf Bun funoe wblch arc not disturbed or ru iieuinl uflcr once giving up to the Ico whatever hent they will readily yield 8Hrcl3 therefore itn icehouse will itij contents are I e depleted faster if to absorb continually the cfllled tipon licut from an apartment of some size time I opened from titue to In and perhapsIpart with materefilled in Whole or warm Care must 1 rial compuratively not to f toiiwqilently be taken limitedexpect too a quantity much cooling from of lee hut If n reasonable proportion be observed between the size of the ico re- Â¬ iiinsK and that of the connected frigerator our correspondents idea Is perfectly feasible As to a detailed plfin for carrying It out we can only iu vlcW of the meager information fur- - iii ico molt bo rapidly thnt I Bhbuldbe to tiuildtiold it thout it Wou id Jillbe bettor lis Hectlci W th Ice MPBratQ and tee enn cool ndjiiccut objects only by obsotilff hoh4 hwfc iimJ coufeoqueiitly rnnm rriiri7 IICCUCHUIMJ U trm mm BUIIIU llU HUUfl o nononr t - S taSEEsa i V jfZnm v tfVrSv saw mar itt3i rTXzS r 1 bvi MASS CUT 3QUAHL L n- zr P--- WgphH m ii JZD r JO iii 1X1 I 1 l T - 3 ur- - J - couil iwin r s T yAvfc CDMcpt ic fAvtnemr1 -- aTAg-jvB3a---aa-v- 1 -- COLD STOllAUG ItOOM i a u r temperature intended to be pre Â¬ ferred in the cold storage room unci the fchicl of goods to be kept there suggest Unit a design somewhat like the follow- Â¬ ing might probably be found useful The ice does not rest directly on the By joints but there is a bed of oak lath about VA bv ii inches laid across the on joists about 4 or 5 indies apurt 1 ne drainage is mm which the ico is inrried oit by a series of V shaped tin or iron troughs which run between the joists all which carry the water to One point where it is conveyed outside lytt trap pipe These troughs reach over to the center of the top of the joists and are soldered together so tlmino water will drip on the iloor be- iIowi It will be seen that in this plan there is no sawdust or other preservative in contact with the ice and the nit of tho room circulates around and oitjr the ice As lonir as the tempera ture of the goods stored is above the temperature of the room there will be a I entle draft around the mass of ice 4 11111 of course all the moisture in the pir imors and odors from the goods willcondcnse on the ice and pass oil so that you can keep milk cream butter j fruit and meats all In the same chamber without danger of injuring the flavor vi any 01 tucm At the entrance to the storeroom tlienOnust be a vestibule cither inside for outside as Apace or circumstances ny direct If outside the walls fllioukl be thick and the door very ftayi The doors both inside and out- Ffkll KllfMtlrl 1u ittwl wifli Iihhi wnn last closttltirftly tTghf and both doors IP mist never oe opened at the same time r illi vckuuujo HiioiiKi pe largo enougn 1 t0 contain a fair wogonload of goods tnu if you are receiving a load of mtuff ypu are not required to stop tm- u is in the vestibule and ready to i1 the Â¬ 4 iilshcd us as to th dimensions desired There is but little doubtthat tho com- Â¬ ing winter will sec a good nianyfarraqrn abandoning dairying as a winter busi ness oiii account of the high price of many of tho cow feeds and scarcity but Jn iilost of these insfanccs rwo llilnk n mjsjtakd will bo tiiadc A disadVaiitago Is that cows arc selling cheap oVen for the best and next spring they will be iimiRUaUy high and the dry cows win Â¬ tered will eat and prodiico nothing to compensate for their food When It comes to a problem of exchange it is doubtful if feed even at preaent pricca can be turned into anything more prof- Â¬ itable than UO eent butter provided one has 0 warm barn and the necessary ar langcments to well care for his cows fco that there is not an undue demand upon the food to protect the cow from the rigors of winter and this waste makes the feed bill highwhen tar paper and hemlock boards would have accom plished the same purpose and left the food extra to have gone either to a more economical keeping of the cow or a greater yield of milk One of the rea sons why the winter dairy well man aged is profitable is that there isuduilj compensation for ones labor and out lay 111 feed as there is a constant call for milk and butter in tho winter and one is not obliged to anticipate or run up bills for the future as butter and milk are tipot cash goods and it is u quick rotation if the term may be used of feed into produce and as quickly turned into money Not the least of thu economies of the winter dairy is the fact that as now demonstrated the milch cow will actually do better and produce better on the more rough foods like corn fodder roots and the like with corn and cob meal combined with some oil meal and the like than upon line and more costly market hay and this gives the farmer a chance to turn these bulky unsalable feeds into the finest of foods for humanity and more gives him employment in the winter and in his interesting and profitable work ho finds little time to yearn for a sent in the legislature The winter dairy has a place in the farmers farm work and there should be little abandonment of the industry for the man who does so will soon regret his decision Better keep at it Practical Farmer Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ of tho Industry Minks So Guntons cashier hs run off with the funds oh Well its Gun tons svn faultno management No one will ever hear of ray cashier rtlnnlng oft t Winks How do you inauuga Minks Simple enough gjvo my Wlfc thc freedom of thu Bfc and lt8 all tlio cashier can do to corner enough to pay hisown salary N Y Weekly t DriilBakins m m Of Is w-- uetsmm it-vr m How Center Hush yc3tcrday Half Back llodo my wheel homo dressed Chiougo Hccord la my football suitl School of Itccrults Sorproant Mnn how can you write populnco with three psf Which p shall Recruit Cross 0110 out cross out Mr Sergcantl Berliner Tngo fibs 1 tho castle which John D Rocke- Â¬ feller to build in the Pocantlco hlllu overlooking tho Hudson it is said UB7wAxinsr 8orloUBDovbu bollovo in nothing like It was over seen in this or tho trtltli of the fnivhiiri Maaproiio6oi inc any other country It is to bo in God dispopesf She urchlyr It do the renaissance chateau style what- Â¬ ponds upon whoni man proposoa toy ever that Is and is to contain several juruoniyu una n 0 0 hundred rooms Mrs Phclps tokcs A coat of mail A posimatis uniform cottage at Lenox with its one hun- Â¬ Yrs said tho lnndlord pointingto his dred bed chambers will not bo In it block oT now houses tllbyro all full ex with this while ccpt the ono at tho end thats last bub not yandcrbiltsRockefeller outfit Biitmoro in Nortu Caro- Â¬ leased lina will by comparison be little more PATinxTl wish to connult ycu with ro than a gatekeepers lodge gard to my uttor loss of memory Doctor Ahyc8 why or in cases of this na- Â¬ Employment gives health sobriety ture I always rcqulro my fco In advance and morals Constant pnlployraentand The angry man who takes his words hack well paid labor produce Jn a country Is very ant to use them over again wheu oc- Â¬ like Ours general prosperity content casion offers Toxiw Sittings nnu cuecnuiness jjaniel Webster Haw Back Scarod a dozon pcoiilo into A tine plneoTho pollcocourt iMronTXXT iftrtio A rich friend m illmlEJUTEtir TV loftV fffitiyi itemwLriUMmrnW WORK itZzt r J - M i - itttiVl SMfiS IoBt xSXthe fitil dilHnr i Hinwfti n AskUkutJi Tl t jnmwi J1 AiuiJBwom iumi matrimony as a t v villo Courior JOurnBl vss Wk 1 HunitsDuhb AB v i uiSSIK TmMvrTimmy Grofjaa k g ttln him a bicycle Mickle alu t got de price for de wind do tires Tit Bits haistono mcasurcmeats iay nor cigs accoruingiy mercial Gazettc I II tlkWvivfl4iiS M wot in J k xmM f JH Hlit Bfi RW Tiib Amorlcan hen wants some so Jciitsourgu uwmi mTWiif 111 that aomM fr iiiumm lts f Mil III I v- - ft Th Qreilt KIDNEY LIVER A k mpiTS i Wnr is a ship tho ppiltcst thing In the woriui iiccauso sue aiwaysauyaucc3Witu t a uow iJ noo Dr Kilmer Halt S Co DtMMlSK raiphkttrrv Clnghamton W V Advice i ft t W Ate iwj v tf Xf k yV i biatt Tribune In Strongmind wd shall lusist 011 having an honest election and a fair count Wouldnt afair duko do just as well slap Inquired her younger brother Chicago Wiin wo do go Into politicB snld Miss H TJpnl A aro all well known of flcslibdnoV Ilblft Rnntu t ueef m plin1ii eA f miwcIoanacaBllycuredb13-- A Orlfk rwiRt A Stitch J OOOOOO 5v v 3 m i xm A Jam Itattf Bnota ffi and IrnhQ U1J I WJ QOOC3000 - mk 0f 4 Mm i Ml L MVlt lJKiL O O SrTk v M ph Man TiMinn Arent you afraid to sUiy your houso alono your husband being away so much Mrs Daoks Ot not at all Tho policeman on this boat is engaged to my cook Truth f FREE o POPOCAR NOVELS A ffi 4 Hcttic wo will furthor secrets from each Than tell mo truly Georgo how other Judge much did you pay for tho ring In Other Words What Is your favorite Beg pardon I I dissipation Sir I mean of what sin aro you most tolerant in others Puck Now that havo no wo aro married packages contain a list of novels fry the most popular Atithors Five Cents in stamps yvill procure any one of them delivered AnAMC Xfrvisirijs w- CnNJC vi iks -- rf vv r P Sands St Brooklyn Moittson St W Chlcairo III r m m a m I 1 Th Cespuiloa hit bea grotric better brighter wry yir rf far more than tbrty yttxt N CIRCULAR COW BARN Very Convenient for the Storing trlliiitlon or Food mil Dli- - ffS More m Here is one mans idea of a mode It has room for cows and horses both with lofts overhead for grain The objections to basement stables are barn than two hundred of the most famous writers in Great Britain and America have contributed expressly for The Companion for 1896 the 70th year of Its publication Every raombor of tho family from youngost to tho oldest flnda in each issue amusement and education in tho Serial and Short StqrlpB In Its Editorials Anecdotes Hoalth and Mis- Â¬ cellaneous Articles Tho Companion is published ovory Thursday and la rocolvod each wooic lri more tlmnthlrty Eis thousand post ofilccs in tho 7JnltodtSStatost and by more than Half a Million Homes For all the Family jgsssB5Si ms Miz rciaijiVKr J Distinguished Contributors TvierPrinccss Louise The Marquis of p Lome TheJLord Chief Justice of cut fK 2SK5ESfe tgri 9iiSSsBi- - yj 1 IIIIJiitaH Sf7rs 52 m rS SSSES - 3M jjpjyy iuiBHpiwgHnp B8BaRRd Times a Year Englonar - Sir Benj Ward Sichardson Secretary 6f 4he U S Navy Secretary bfthc Interior Secretary of Agriculture Judge Oliver WEolmes Sir William rHKusseU Frank R Stockton S CIRCULAlt DAIIIY IIAUN Six Holiday Numbers 700 M Special Souvonlr Numbers double In slzo and appropriate to each season aro published at Thanksgiving Christmas Now years Wash Â¬ ingtons Birthday Easter and Fourth of July Tho slzo of Tho Companion pago is four times r that of tho loading Magazines In each Volume- S1 nearly 700 pages aro e ivon profusoly illusi h tratod - as nearly obviated here as they could bo an vw here In this barn or any barn the animals ghouW a hea1 oulwnrdf HO sls lo get the uir and light The neat ventilator at the top shows that the animals got fresh air in winter The greatest ob Â¬ jection to a basement stable is that tho moisture from the animals rises through the floor above and penetrates the hay and grain stored upon that floor and often molds them On the whole however this barn is built on an excellent patt em One more convenient for the storing and distribu- Â¬ tion of food for live stock could not well be devised Connecticut Farmer Tho Iloiit f iir TOIuitr Dr J A Lintuer of New York state as reported hi Insect Life luis fouud WXciarkRussell - Large Pages General Kelson A Miles Hon Thomas B Reed The Dean of Salisbury m A Year paid in ad- Tho subscription prico weekly or monthly publica- Â¬ vanco No other tion gives so great an amount of Entertainment and Instruction at eO smallya prico ls175 Sir Edwin Arnold Justin McCarthy Camillo Flammarion V Anl 0 More than 100 Others 5 Send foe FtiU lUustrated prospectus andSairiple Copies Free nnjrtxirtxiiinrrinnriJanriWuri srjivwJluJrmrwrw9Q ciil ffio 5 ct FRBE r l t mf u bnenlurr for mXfimr In tlm lee Just under the pulley in the cut 9m two doors with usnueo between Mi dooia foot thick Tim window in tli eold rOoin has threu sets of sash aSsll packed or cemented The Walls ire 11 inches tiiclcf Jincd with 17 inches m wwdust Thlrty Hix iuehys of hiiw Must are put on the iloor over the Jcc Wipe building Khown is 25 feet souilie iK- nieasiire jtnd JU feet from flpor cnld roohijo vcfilng over tlje ice The TllC 1 the larvae of several species mining the leaves of beets in some vege table gardens of the state This insect has also been found to be doing consid Â¬ erable damage to some sugar beet plan Â¬ It seems that tations in California is little that can be done in tlie there way of direct remedies for this insect without sacrificing the foliage nl- though the foliage Is not Important to the beet crop inter a certain unic in Â¬ sect Life reeohimond tho cutting and Of tlier beet tops after tlie SJtJwtaYtm t 1 A ll destruction VA I ia ii ii i it Illtrii illlll iiIII lrilim roots become well grori If this plan ffOia nine ff11hrnvi v vnnittfl be adopted nnd the fiords be plowed the center of the ice Hural JNw and harrowed Jf fei the roots arc dug Jler flBr the m obabllities re font no serious damage WilUpUpw next season Of Hies Â¬ y tore Muv4wiXrffcPihnLrtjrvrjru 39 n J r l f- t f Hew Subscribcro who wlllcutout this allp and aend It AT OKCE with aame andKaddrcss and 175 will receive FREE The Yonthl Companloa every week till Jonsary I IZ96 rPREE Thauksglvlnc Chrhtmas Kew Years Doable Kombera Utao- PREE Oar Kfjidsonie 4 pare Calendar 7XX0 lncbc J yT praphed In nine colors Retail price 50 ceata AlfD THE C05IPAWI0W S2 wceko a fnU year to January X 1897 I REMARKBIB OFFBRI - -- miJ ThiB siip with Sm 1 wf f W a m jits THE YOUTrrS COMPANION j4 201 Columbus Ave Boston SUak Mass mh j i ft SehdCheck Pont Officor Esprew Order or Reentered Letter at Oar toe lood ior all such nany 1 Mxuax i ruts wujttta r V V IML -- iv - pale folk How People who there are have the will but no power to bring out their vitality people who swing like mMMMj t il k itV itLM Ca1QttlSVtViiTiYaQa r A T VtW y inltV m i at A m rriii lloolc MV tind this In the hist issue of Jjhii VuImo of flood KondM Kjwning Paste It iii your scrap Hero jii Virginia the value of good J io destroy cabbaire worms roads can bo illustrated practically hi aomo fine salt dry it perfectly those sections where tho country is trav liT - ilMto Thl Yiiur YdOn Mb mi evening wlum the dew is on the ifi tnco ll ft1 pinch of this dry pWed salt and dust it on each head KWW Will dissolve it and a slifrht rain mPrry it among the leaves of the W11 fth tl llllo 14IAM kg rpHiir it tuuahefl and doesnt Jffi7V9Mi Plants anv Do this about ll Is nui6lc simple and ef- 1 1 the ihn Ktjiwi m In lw rtvkii flwm 0Ut Wit1 U mt kralUMl1 t Sek ersed by thoroughfares Improved in modern style farms can be sold without Intending purchasers know effort that a rich farm would bo of little value Jf there were no way to reach a market For this reason With tho products with riches in the soil many fine lands are uncultivated and unsought Good roads double and treble the value oj such property X0t the gtiod work ol the Oood Itontto aisoclntfon go on Lynchburg -- uvanc WjVS j dtM strength and weakness T4i TUB HM PS n POUSH or IlWiBliKMS so that one days work Ppile4 MM causes six days sickness J People who have no life Itforw llrfli rroM8t CntQm9MiA jJm nip11 for resisting disease thin people nerveless delicate QPiUM The food for all such men women or children is Scotts Emulsion The hypophosphites combined with the oil will tone up tne system give uie dioou new juc uuwuvg the appetite and help digestion The sig of new life will be a fattening and reddening Which bringsfVith it strength Hf4Hf IV1pnvBI1H o OLL-L- comfort and good nature T isss w mMir a pendulum between T1IR R1SKW fUN STOVB POlU te caleen Mr MtM rinm V AflK 1 it avjaflgtf 1 tit tortytftcatt tHHkiivAtj IttmdfM Scott Bownc New Yos k ni m DpmWji tA4f tiUtWp AXfc wf- A S x luriiAr irts - m-- M ij -- j Tft t v firL r -- in I iiii hi 4imiiittiaiiiiiiiMMiiiiliMiMiiiillilliiliMMl iiiMiia sj fc HBPW B8fS - ryWv frtt fc -- IS3 Ife W t V Tffif TXTTTturnTTU rtr ciw n J jr Will li a uiiiujviwuijt xvimposed aUD- - lSbiJHt J ciur - i caMpau Mn Pmwntui o i3 i WKiUT and don DENLY urtotf yiMn thmifchtful citii I Or nnythin in tho iMcubtW h Vwrwlreitin tf seen lWf iPttfe by buying a remedy that requires you aftsrt will lifttetl beIdea his 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of the country It ia nouncoim feet health and the horrible craving for tobacco which every Inveterate smoker N icarahlo pan 9V fully apprefcinfefy hits completely loft me I consider your Huco Curo Himjly Z monpccuirenco foremen to buy and t C V UoitNiCK fift Qt Woudcrfiili and crtn fully recommend It Yours very truly Wc know that it sounds quackiab to sell on this day aodHn ddvariiiUs kinds IDINGFELDER Sm talk about tho Elcctropolse curing inenr of farm workrOur8titohuvincognt8e iMyAtSJ JjiAAiSijkJt JjySAJbsteSjte jtosTSZi 7u 41 nblc diccases but bear In mind the fact ftwref7Twwu hmwhiuW luitw that it fa the old treatment that has pro- the Lords day or vthe first day7of the i W nounced tho ca o incut able Wo do not wie uur pcopiesnouia oo ontugntto pfMW Jnako the claim that we can cure nil in nppreclateihe law of tlfd5 state if fjuiit ImportcrH nnd Jobbers of fevciirablD dicafte but wo do maintain tho law of God by those in chargo T with an earnestness that a caso pro fx liOtinced incurable by your family phy DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS M Â¬ sjcian h a splendid iield for tho opera Iwfo tion ot tho Elcotropoise It may bo just Koa 537 539 and 541 v ra- rilAOTIGAL tite treatment necessary and is quite West jainln Street likely to bo go If it fails thin is no ar LOUISVILLE KY gument against tho Poise but in such a ciififi tho fact of tho physicians state ment is proven to be truo Bui manvs HAZEL GREEN KY the patient who has been given up by hid physician who has again received liie y lis JLuAiiiy Biainojids thre ngh treatment of tho Elcctropoise Watches GALLON Kentntky Ahead Ajjaln Fine Jowolry The contest for thp national house of A 5 Silvorwaro ilees bring many intercHting- facts to K c c Bronzos ManufactoriDg Jeefer Tight - Xor instauco Kentucky linn had I speakership twelve times or more than Cnstost Honso Siiuaro any stato in the union It has hadther f iESrSpocial- attention to Rp means so nitich more than clerkship of the housou seven times and pairing of all kinds iw you arid twice It never had i the ergwint-at-armim the doorkeeper Though n Kontuckian OH Sowing Machines repaired at tho lowost figure fatal diseases result1 from IK7 Mr WjiitertmiUh was doorkeeper of the I tlci lfSSIIM 7rvj rtuliWr bt A WwfWm XiLVf - r t MM wm ii tS2S23 iwi ii -- tM itI pONT STOP A c iMiwirm 5gBgs38Z i v J l IV - M i k 5 Il knrrat4 1 JEWEEERi s V jjih vr 1 lV l Hi PIERATT i Â¬ ibi - greenky - - -m- J t- I - i i L Â¬ WiiilsoiiloiIoGfl smmtffl m fr0vBPwvvV9vwvlvwvwwrwv WUWH i m mmmttim i - - J HAVENS 3 Â¬ Jeweler Â¬ imsitiH lull r - HlattJi imag-iner-serious i i i it Fred J II Heiutz c IE -- s Pennsylvania has had tho clerk- ship of the house twenty four terms r -- lorly pluth Teuis A 13 congress but elected from triflinp aiimehts inee lected rDonftplar with Natures greatestVfti--healt- h MMmMWBM llil lit - K fflr r S fee- - Kllpntrick f Fillmore Oah Jind the misfortune to have his leg rnught between a cart and a 3tono and badly bruised Ordinarily he would have been laid up for two or three weeks but says Aftef using ono bottle of Chamberlains xiirn naiiii jl organ to ieei oetier ana u ihrra days was entirely well Tho peculiar soothing qualities which Cham bctluittd Pain Balm poastsues I have nner noticed in any other liniment I take pleasure in recommending it This liniment is also of great valuo for rlieu iMfttiam nnd lame buck For sale by John M Rose -- 5 Â¬ -- 1J nvrtt nam yourpleasant to take i Ifyouarefeelfntr out of sortsjveaK ana generally ex- Â¬ hausted nervous have no nnnctlteauu cant worKj begin at oncetak- ine the most relld- ble strengtlienlng rocaicmewnicn w Brownslroii iJiti ters- - A few uot ties cure benefit comes from the verVfirst dose ii1 JkU lEw - WP Aa mflW1WfTO AJill Jfi vMifel JkdA DEALER IN iUl I m f HARDWAREQUEENSWARE TIHWAIrl And a Full line of Agriciilttiral Implements Mitchell Wagons Owensboro Wagons MoCoiimck Binders and Mowers Whitoloys Solid Steel Binders and Mowers Repairs kept in stock for McCormick Whiteley and Champion Machinery Granger and Tiger Hay Rakes Avery and Malta Double Shovel Plows teethe and ls E5 Sid fe A 1 Proacli Ou Trial Ai Hazard Fulton French of Winchester and tho Itiuhr of tho French faction in the FrenciMSvei sold feud ignoiV oil trial at BflArd Perry county on the charge of being jk party to the murder pf Judge Jowth Combs for which Adkins and Fields wcro recently ikot to the peniten tiary for life DCficrlbes Dyspepsia tNeuralgia itCtires Kidheyand Liver J Troubles QonstlpatldnBadiBIood Malaria Womens complaints IServous ailments v Â¬ WKfrZ m- Bi - ife K- peoplqiat tliia season Sv prostrating eilect of warmer weather WITII This condition may bo remedied by Hoods Saraparilla which creates an ap- Co Bloom v petlttf and tones up all tho organs It gives good health by making tlio blood MANUFACTURERS -CLOTHING pure oro tho best after dinner HooDa Pim 00 Wont POiirl Street CINCINNATI pHlssidt digestion euro hoadachoi Thoyhavo noap jtUte5canuotsJeep arid complain of the Wcalc 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