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Jfc T f jfc r --- - SKKER The Hazel Green Herald COOPER Owner U Editor THE HERALD OF A NOISY WORLD WITH NEWS FROM ALL NATIONS 100 A YEAR Always Airac TOLTJME HX fet TIMETABLE HAZEL GBEEN WOLFE COUNTY KY WEDNESDAY MARCH 16 1887 NUMBER 2 Gillmore March 10 Ha Top Lady THREE Lady where did you come from that I Btelr i tiaeSterlisg time OTHERS WOUNDED Has a larger circulation in the mountains of have never heard of you before Well 7 ju 1C arrives Eastern Kentucky than any paper in the 1T lies res ML Stealing at I am glad to make your acquaintance Two of the Actor In tho Bloody Drama State and merchants and others wishing to at Xeikwell at S40 A 3 and am happy to tell you that I am Arrested in Wolfe County 9 a 3L arrives at secure the trade of Eastern Kentucky will 3T82 less es Eethwell at still living You see I have only been xM Catlettsburg Ky March 9 Intelr acting ground hog this winter but now lit Sterling at 1CL50 1 40 P arÂ¬ find it THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM Advertising Rates X S leaves ML Sterling at ligence has just been received here of winter is over and I have come out The STTransient advertisements 75 cents an rives at Rati well at 320 P M the most atrocious crime ever committed weather has been so far very pleasent so inch for Xe 4 leaves Eothwell at 545 P 3f arrives inch first insertion 25 cents an in the annals of the State which occur-Â¬ I dont think there is any danger of tak Â¬ each subsequent insertion ML Sterling at 530 P M at red in the adjoining countv of Lawrence ing a back seat and J will try and give STAXDIXG ADTEETISEMEXTS Xe 2 eeaaeets at ML Sterling with 1105 A 500 4 inches 1 year1500 Some days since Samuel Smith a lad of you the news now and then What ha3 JC and U57 P M trains oa C 4 O railway 1 inch 1 year for Lexington Cincinnati and Ixaisvilie- - 2 inches 1 year 900 5 inches 1 year 1750 sixteen years had a slight difficulty with become of Pop Would love to hear Jte 3 connects at ML Sterling sritk 11 05 A 3 inches 1 year 1200 6 inches 1 year 2000 Stephen Hammond and family Yetser from him If you see him tell hin not X train on C O from tie East and 136 SSpecial rates on larger advertisements dav he repaired to the Hammond house-Â¬ to act ground hog all the year Tell him F3C train from Loaisville and Cincinnati local notices 5c a line with 5 per cent off hold on Cats Fork and after killing old winter is over and that the birds are lfotgesserv coantv cogrt day special for long time man Hammond shot his wife three times singing sweetly while the frog is heard in eaek leaves gstkwell on the 3rd Mondav arMarriage and death notices free triÂ¬ and his son and daughter once each to croak in the swamp and the turtle X arriving at ML Sterling butes of respect and obituaries 5 cents a netk at 790 A mortally wounding the three at A X Eeturnine leaves ML Sterling line The dove begins to coo at Eothwell at 430 wounded are suffering excruciatingly stSFX arrivingfor ML Sterling at 5 P if 2 Announcements of candidates for Â¬ Wake up correspondents What has GOODS p if State or District offices 10 County offices Leaves ILthwell and there are no possible hopes of their become of you all Give us the news Hg on persons to become candidates GEO B HARPER SnpL 5 recovery After this wholesale slaugh- Â¬ It makes our paper more interesting and their answers 5 cents a line Payable ter of an entire family young Smith im- Â¬ Let us hear from you Dont be fearful invariably in advance mediately left for parts unknown but of wearrying the editor for the news is JOHN H EVANS the neighbors are in hot pursuit and what he wants HAZEL GREEN JLY should the indignant people get their LOCAL well and Wheat is Reese B Kash of Owings clutches on him he will furnish a mati from presentbeginning to look will be a Deposition Examiner LN ALL SIZES QUALITY AND PRICES indications this one of the and purchaswas in town Miss Lane Taulbee is visit Â¬ ville nice bunch oflast weekpaying aboutÂ¬ nee for Judge Lynch This iscommitted good wheat year for Wolfe county most diabolical crimes ever shoats Sesvectfanllj solicitis the patronage of theÂ¬ ing the family of her brother at this ed a Joseph Miller recently moved to his in Eastern Kentucky and the greatest three cents a pound for them We are pafclic and will attend promptly to all bus placeexcitement prevails in the neighborhood farm two miles below Hazel Green delighted to say that most all of the iness entrusted to his care Born To the wife of the excursion Mrs Mary A Taulbee was town hogs wentof off on Liberty doubt- Â¬ The denizens are thirsty for revenge and a girl Fannie Folsom W F Vancleave Â¬ declare that the perpetrator shall be W MAPEL Cleveland West visiting her son Dr J B Taulbee and Gov Hazelrigg rAAC Attoekey-at-L- av is a consum- Â¬ hunted down It is next to an impossi Â¬ less agrees with us that it C M Fallen and R A Kash are both family last week mation devoutly to be wished to have bility for him to escape on the sick list Axd Real Estate Agext Uncle Remtjs a fellow come along and buy up and take The above special dispatch to the Cin- Â¬ HAZEL GREEN KY To the wife of Dr Born BREATHITT COUNTY Will Bractiee in tU the Courts of Wolfe B Taulbee on Tuesdayithe 8th inst a the town hog to pastures new whereÂ¬ cinnati Enquirer appeared in the last he may roll and root to his hearts con- Thursday edition of that paper On Everything is Included in this Great Unloading Sate JPewell Menifee and Breathitt counties Amelia Lane tent while we escape the necessity of Sunday last just after the benediction abstracts famished tax Â¬ girl Ha gins ville March 7 Lewis Rob- Â¬ Titles examined es paid fer aen reBidonto real estate bought pronounced in the Presbyterian erts Samantha Howard Farmer Adams of MagoffinÂ¬ having to flea every time we come within had beenand the congregation dismissed just and Mis3 from a fiying trip to have SUB A said Collections a specialty range Church returned Vir county is visiting the family of his brothtwo young men passed and one inquired vinia where they were unitea in the TO C LYKINS er John at this place Many subscriptions expire of the crowd still assembled about the holy bonds of matrimony May their Will this road lead to Camp pathway be strewn with roses fair and with the present issue last weeks paper church Z Haney of Bethsalem and the present oue making up the fifty ton County Attorney Real Estate Agent As they were on the thorough- Â¬ Howry to the end of lifes journey Morgan county who hasbeen attending and Notary Public issues we to give them fare leading to the capital city of Wolfe Wm Hagins has just purchased the Practices in all Courts in Wolfe and Ad Â¬ the Central University at Richmond Ky two sincerely contractedone will renew one gentleman answered We Yes sir if Stephen Back farm near Jackson and hope every joining Counties and Court of Appeals I for several months is at home on a visit promptly and induce their neighbors you follow it far enough Another gen- Â¬ will move to it in a short time Mr ssTCellections a Specialty standing by not Cakptox Woltb Couxtt P once now taking the paper to do so at tleman had better observed sotto voice Back is talking of going to Menifee A letter from Hon We can accomplish much for this You be careful how you Married At the residence of the i give you a Guarantee that you will Save Money on Everything yo by if Taulbee states that he can not leave for section if the people will support us and talk that man on the left looks like he TTT TSWANGO on South Fork of Quick- Â¬ brides home for several days owing to his wifes no effort will be spared to make the pa Â¬ would shoot The pedestrians passed sand father J J Back of Letcher county to Â¬ health she having been confined to her per a welcome visitor in every household on and about six hours later three horse Miss HAZEL GREEN KY Demeris Clemens bed for a month or more men armed with double barreled shot- Â¬ Born To the wife of J M E Davis DipitT Cdttitj Court Clerk of Wolfe Tenn- Â¬ guns rode into town on the West Liber- Â¬ T Day is beautifying and essee D Montgomery of sale ty road They stopped and inquired if a ten pound girl Mr Davis is the hap- Â¬ will be at J G Trimbles piest man and the proudest papa in the TTill attend to all business entrasted to him improving his property in Hazel Green LADIES AND MISSES WOOLEN HOSE Wilson in two young men walkincr had passed mountains stable fkept by Stephens with promptness and dispatch in a manner truly encouraging Taylor Mt Sterling Ky on next Monday They were answered in the affirmative LADIES AND MISSES CORSETS Wilburn Caudill of Letcher county has evidently has great faith in the boom March 21st for the purpose of buying and interrogated as to reasons for the EO E WHETT LADIES AND MISSES SHOES Of Elliott County soon to strike this place and wants to be two car loads of horses and mares Call pursuit when one of the trio detailed a bought and is now moving to the farm story corroborating the above abreast with it WITH OLD LADIES SHOES in great variety The of Lewis Back on Meat scaffold this at that stable when you go to Mt SterÂ¬ three men left town going in the direc- Â¬ county 1 Co ling tion of Campton Subsequently Boone People are beginning to farm and put MENS AND BOYS HAND MADE BOOTS MENS AND BOYS HAND JohnM Rose of Stillwater 210 W Market SL Louisville Kt of Grassy secured a shotgun MADE SHOES MENS AND BOYS UNDERWEAE back their 8elicits the patronage of Eastern Kentucky has moved into the dwelling he recently Jno W Day of Caney had Byrd on to join the pursuing party and away by the fencing which was washed went highwater MENS AND BOYS SUSPENDERS purchased of Hon D S Godsey at this his house burned by an accidental fire tor Blank Books Blanks c they are arrested place and is now a full fledged citizen of last Friday night He also lost several All well in this vicinity but there is B TAULBEE M Df Just as the above was put in type the no news of importance to communicate We welcome Air Rose Hazel Green This is Grandest Opportunity Season stands of bees in close proximity to she announcement was brought to this office and his amiable wife to our town Success to Herald May burned building No particulars PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON that the two men had been captured wave forever The Mountain Bill it and were in town The Herald man B Davis recently from IIAZEL GREEN KY TO THE PUBLIC sought out one of the guards W M White Oat Morgan county has located MORGAN COUNTY Bowling a nephew of Hammonds Office overW T Casteys store Office in our town and formed a partnership A Card From the Proprietor of Swango gave the following detailed account ofwho 1 to 4 P M Springs ioars S to 11 A SL and the with Frank Tyler The syndicate will Ezel March 12 Elder D G Combs terrible tragedy Sampson Smith on All calls attended to day or nighL Attention is hereby called to the fact carry on blacksinithing and wagon-makin- g returned home a few days ago He re-Â¬ Monday preceding knocked in all its varied details and purpose that I am after a year of rest at home down and beat a the murder of Ham- Â¬ ports seventy one additions to the church young son ftOMBS HOUSE in possession of the famous advertising in these columnanextweek again and this time He says he went among Swango Springs a survival of the fit monds aged about sixteen years and a nest of moonshiners and told them to CAiLPTON KY- test ready to welcome all health and then gave himself up to a Magistrate or their One year ago Dr Tanlbee pleasure seekers who contemplate resort- Â¬ He had his trial berore Squire Adkins change one or waysotherWill Day or the was sure to get Devil the 8 B COMBS Peopeietoe of this place purchased two young peach ing to a watering place during the com- Â¬ and a jury and was fined 100 Just as em so they left off moonshining for the C soon as the verdict was announced the The patronage of the traveling public is trees two and a half feet in length from ing summer and autumn season loving rays of the Son of Righteousness respectfully solicited Table the best and the Knoxville Nursery He transplant- Â¬ I have added very greatly to my prisoner pulled his pistol and shot MrsÂ¬ All persons who have stock to sell attention for the comfort of guests every ed them in his garden and they now capacity and accommodations at my res Hammonds three times Old man Hamcontain forty four well developed blos-Â¬ dence and will make all necessary im- Â¬ monds then turned towards his wife should nave it here on next sale day as HOUSE soms which bid fair for as many peaches provements at the springs which may when Emanual Hatton caught him and times are promising and T F Carr will The New Phoenix when peach time comes contribute to the comfort and pleasure throwing him across the yard fence cut have a new supply of watches clocks HAZEL GREEN KY of those seeking pleasure rest ana health him twice Elijah Smith then rushed and jewelry and be ready to take your for upon Hammonds The vitalizing water Proprietor H Rev James Little preached sufficiently knownpower of the no addi-isÂ¬ more knife wounds and inflicted three subscription hossThe Herald So bring Xeal Hammonds on anof her and needs terian Church at this place another son upon trying to assist his The sporting part of Ezel has organ I am now running the little hotel around in the Presb3 morning and evening and tional commendation the corner on Broadway and respectfullyÂ¬ last Sunday season promises to be one father was knocked senseless by a blow ized a base ball club and now and then The ensuing Invite ray former patromand traveling peo good congregations assembled on both of interest and prosperity In fact it from a club in the hands of Elijah we hear a man say Im awful sore ead und shleeb occasions us that he He informed ple generallv to call und Lizzie Hammond went to will be J H PIERATT would preach at the Middle Fork Church spring the epoch in the history of the Smith Miss of her mother when Samp- Â¬ If any man in this country wants to by ar blaceT the assistance learn what the word beat means let him in Breathitt on the third next Sunday Already a number have indicated their son Smith turned and fired five shots at come to Ezel to play checkers and at Jackson on the fourth Sunday PALACE HOTEL intent on coming and have secured lodg- her only one of which struck her which Taylor Johnson will move back to lodgf d in her left side Failing to kill ings for the entire season FRENCHBURGi KT town in a few days and help the Ezel Cox of West Two boarding houses are situated with- Â¬ her in this way he pulled his knife and Judge J H WILLIAMS Proprietor Liberty visited his mother Mrs Louisa in a few yards of the springs and will cut her in the left side and on the arm millers handle the toll dish J C C Fields ia helping our blacksmiths The patronage of the traveling public is Cox last week Mra Cox is 83 years be managed by myself and son which The wound in the side was four inches in forthe When you visit our respectfally invited Table the best and old and in feeble health She is the last are equal to the accommodation of fifty length while the other cut laid the flesh ring the anvil Blurt means every article city look out prices CASH SIGN on Main street CASH at rock bottom every attention to the comfort of guests open from the wrist to the elbow In living representative of the old Trimble to seventy five guests T family and when called to rest will go Indigestion results from a partial par- Â¬ 1 guarrantee this to you as I keep no books credit nobody sell for CASH only of the above her efforts to defend her person from the Those stopping at either JR TOWNSEND am dealer in watches clocks and jewelry Rogers Bros 1S49 knives and forks crowned with christasn honors loved by houses will have FREE access to all the thrusts of her assailant Miss Hammond alysis of the stomach and is the primary WITH all and worthy the plaudit well done accommodations the springs can afford grabbed the knife Each time it was cause of a very large majority of the spoons table and tea every thing to be found m a first class jewelry store I am olso dealer in thou good and fathful one Those wishing especial accommoda- Â¬ wrenched from her by ber antagonist ills that humanity is heir to The most tions should write at once as those en- Â¬ and each time the knife left a furrow agreeable and effective remedy i3 Dr J Boots Shoes Hats and Gaps Furnishing Goods JOBBBE OF filled with blood Robt Cummins known as gaging first will have first choice of upon the small boySampson then turned H McLeans Little Liver and Kidney hn had attacked the Pillets 25 cents a vial Sold by G B Ladies Fine Shoes the best that i3 made Childrens Shoes in all sizes and styles Caps Straw Goods Uncle Bob who has conducted a thriv rooms Glare aad Umbrellas will be prepared to furnish proven- Â¬ day before and cut him three times in Swango Hazel Green and J N Vaughn Gents Fine and Heavy Boots shoe building business at I ing boot and m94t Now good people remember that I am the only firm in our citv that sells for CHILLICOTHE O West Liberty for ten years has located der for teams and shelter for vehicles the back Bowling stated that five menÂ¬ Campton CASH ONLY this is the firm you want to find to save you a BIG PER CENT our good people shall Also will keep on hand a few vehicles were engaged in the affray viz Sampwith us and says Develop the Mountains No trouble to show goods Asking you to call when in the city and hoping tc teamB and saddle horses for those desir-Â¬ son Elijah and Henry Smith brothers be rough shod and smooth shaven and Emanuel and Bill Hatton The With a railroad through the moun- Â¬ see you soon I remain Respectfully yours henceforth forever Well try a sample ing the use of same Rates very low All communications and queries will two last named it is thought escaped in tains of Eastern Kentucky with north- Â¬ of both the trades he plies just as soon to North Carolina while Henry Smith ern and southern outlets iron furnaces receive prompt attention The Building Committee of Wolfe county as he sees cause to advertise is supposed to have gone to Missouri would be numerous because iron can be undersigned always Address the will receive sealed bids up to 12 oclock M Respectfully The two prisoners brought to this made cheaper there than anywhere else Two very interesting letters Swango place Elijah and Sampson Smith were Kentucky would furnish all the coal to Hakrison Oi tta Frst Monday ki April I8B7 from West Liberty and Grassy Creek Proprietor captured at the residence of ex Assessor the South because there is no coal south unavoidably crowded said respectively are Hazel Green March 16 Smith of this county who is their uncle of it The consumption of coal in the A GROSSMAN FRAXiC GOUVIOX JOH3 T SCHIUTXX for the bnOding of a Court House for issue because the columns and one of the best citizens in the coun- Â¬ vicinity of Aiken South Carolina iB eeantv For terms plans and specifications out of this before they reached us Our LIGHT IS DAWNING call en or address the Committee at Camp were filled tv on Sunday night The pose making over 1800 tons daily and that should GO ROSSMAN GOUViOH correspondents will confer a very great ton the capture was composed of John L be supplied from Kentucky and that is favor upon us and insure the insertion 3Ir Cassity tho Carrier from Cornwall Napper claimed to be a detective and only a drop in the bucket so to speak This larch 7 1SS7 Kerer Leaves Mail Over WhoDoos of their favors if they will have their Is the blue grass region interested Yes W M Bowling from Lawrence count letters reach us sometime in the latter WII0L23V1Z SCAXUyACTTJIiERS OK Cornwell Ky March 4 Spencer assisted by Sheriff G T Center D S in many ways She would supply the G B SWANGO 11 to publication Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Sir part of the week previous JOSEPH C LYKIXS V Committee Tom Tutt Jailer Geo Drake and Mike food to the miners and operatives in fac- Â¬ nHt day In many cases like the present I am the mail carrier from Cornwell to and Boon Byrd Jailer Drake and Nap- Â¬ tories would have a market at home for S S C02B3 it is impossible to use them when they T P Collinsworths I will say that the per left with the prisoners Monday even- Â¬ all she can produce She needs the cheap come as late as Monday postmaster at Cornwell forwards all the ing and intended taking them via Mt coal iron and timber which would come R TURNER Headquarters Mt Sterling Ky mail from his office regularly and I carry Sterling and Catlettsburg to Louisa in from the mountains We would hear - the same without leaving any on the Lawrence county KEPBESEXTIKG no more of pauper counties all would Trimble of Mt Ster3 Â¬ be self sustaining treasury filling coun- Â¬ ling is visiting relatives and friends in way except it ia held back by the post- Â¬ Co this vicinity He informs us thas the master at Frenchburg and I know noth- In statement of the prisoners Mt Sterling and Montgomery an interview with the prisoners ties Wholesale Dealers in branch road of the Charleston Kentucky ing of it She can speak for herself I while here Elijah denied nearly all the county are especially interested in being and Western will run by way of Hazel never leave a tie sack on the road as has details given above and made a state Â¬ on the line of a grand trunk railway Green Salyersville and Prestonsburg been reported to the postmaster at Corn ment totally at variance with the fore- Â¬ running North and South and no stone 615 W Hain St-- LOUISVILLE KY He also informed us that Mr Spaulding well I hope all the postmasters on the going He stated in substance that his should be left unturned to secure it Will be at Jit Sterling every County Court the representative of the company told line will make reports and state whether brother did have a fight with young Sentinel Democrat him that a corps of engineers would be-Â¬ or not the mail is left at any office on Hammonds that subsequently the elder P ROGERS gin the survey for the road in April It the line Also let the carrier on the Hammond met him and told him ho To any person who will trade with me WITH may be set down as a certainty there upper end of the route make his state- Â¬ might prepare to have the matter settled to the amount of 10 cash I will send fore that Hazel ureen will have a rail- Â¬ ment whether ho leaves the mail on the next dav and that on the day of the The Herald free for one year Or to ESTABLISHED arr IttsivrwjMariy CO road inside of two years possibly within road or not I am very respectfully trial the Hammond party came there any one owing me ten dollars or over SHIPLEY D01SY this aadielM was ofEeratl w a uassity Xan riac Worm aad from cfea ths Mto yours eighteen months on in lull senu will remedy for with clubs and knives prepared for anv who will pay it Carrier of one of the mails baa steadily lacreael oattt at reeetatioa emergency Just after the trial while The Herald free for one year the presaal Uy It it aimot cnirersaily aexcowtedred wrouzont nearly aji parai or tae woria sa se sa j The above communication should several of both parties were standing in ertign remedy Worm Confection made mora for the pcrpooe of pleasln the palate taa of OTgreomiBg Sto G B Swaxgo Jno Spaniard ickell was have been published last week but was diaeaae hare toon manufactured all orer the country bnt their abort tae o- uie u nearly exauMte aa 11 a anaestoeifs vermirosw continues to erow in tarorcaur unuarcn oiien look pale aad aletstf last week the recipient of a fine double inadvertently overlooked It speaks for the yard the elder Hammond passed by other mnsa than irormt and raaamx are moat freoaentir tho reat of thefe htrirtea aaseera aatf nrinera and pushed his brother to one side that they are irritable and feveriih sometimes cravis food and eatta rarenasily again refaslnewaoieveaaeoset barrel breech loading shotgun shells itself and we would like for all to make tosatn R restlessly ia sleep moaning aad rrindiog the teeth then be asacretl these aymptoma are lateutoaa oc REENWADE HOUSE an ou his brother asked if he intended worms tools for reloading shells c It was the reports as suggestedJ kiD Many a helpless ence that Hammond stated he could gift of Messrs Phip Winn Ed Jouett child has been laid In FRENCHBURG KY the grare when the John McClintock and Jas Reese of Hindoo Kidney Cordial manufactured take it as he pleased that then some oue disease which caused Cor 4th and Elm Streets T J COPE Proprietor struck Hammond and the ficbt became its death has been en- Winchester Ky the gentlemen who were by Patton Bros Catlettsburg Ky is Table supplied with all delieaeics of the tlrely misunderstood and when worms hare really been the caose It has ben proTed beyoad cavil tht werm general a man named Hatton taking Â¬ exist in the human OHIO here last fall bird hunting and was pre- the best kidney remedy ever introduced inereiora parents especially movurt wco CINCINNATI Special attention to commercial with their children system from earliest In fancy heZrst syavttras of troj msJor so sorelr aaire morn enmnnwj season cannot be too obserriEJT of titer eitrt tstsr est of his courtesy Having tried several of them without his brothers part He moreover stated touriBta sented as an appreciation be tcfely and rptedilv romoTed from the mot delicate itufaal by the tisiely use o t Bi gahaejtoeks VeiMiWllla their cractice and inaar of thmot eJtGtssw Phrsicians do not hasltaus to recommend ltnduae it in acting as their guide while here Mr relief we tried Hindoo and found it the that Bowling and Napper had greatly profelon from all parts of the country testify to its uniform sneceos Ia fact it never fa HS Ichaa freÂ¬ quently been giren to children as a safe purgaure not suspecting the casta of the lllseaa aad larae lytniiHII si is proud of his present and the do-Â¬ best It is sold by all Hazel Green magninca tne auair as only tne senior N reuer asorueo ureat caution mure oa used oy ererT tmeBissr Hammond was killed while the others a b hU own Jude In one sense and to examine erery bottle he buys of it The aim1 le name oc ASM riw nors may be assured that his gratitude stores are B fi not saQcient Ho must loot closely and carefully to aet that the AST MMIV WJf CNMMrciK bfcge ft rjDrtfsltytUiiirK7 were but slightly injured and would re-Â¬ will be lifelong- - Moral It generally nod with nothinir Sw Fraxxlxx Howaso Co Xau Chas West operating the gigantic cover whereas Napper and Bowling pays to accommodate strangers for you SJewrn- - J E Schwartz Jfc Co Pittsbttry Pa Baris used ti riinI B - aJee - VentiraadCl4 Bledi OTtrallotaer Coiitfi ta may entertain angels when you know it swindle known as the Victor Watch Co claimed all were dead but the young Gentlemen 1 hare Ttsed soma of that most excelled seremedy B A FahnestocisVurnlfuje and foand It to fasts la zay practlc for asaay y ers I FOUNDRY Ohio tef Anggict K fcKeyty ad C have the desired effect I think your Tersifsfe can tarcy ta reco saeadtsfg it aa a rsedy wMait is af not though well not take the responsi Â¬ New York which offered to sell gold lady He also claimed that the Ham ttaalaBi E4 16S Vine Street Cincinnati it TTZiaaasdeJCcie itiaapaMswkera oenupensea wtui in anyxamuy not saxeiy lnrlmi Klwtlun Mflijif Om mTPrnM Baatac Crane Haa4 bility of avering that Jim Reese or any plated watches for 650 has been arrest Â¬ mond party outnumbered them and sn js s 37fiUnJUar Yours c JWUBBABDKD inub su Jiv ftfmkf SMITH ALLISON ehrt srccsseojra to 3to TwMn of the above quartette belong to that ed in that city by the Federal authori- Â¬ were the aegressors in the affair of the otnilAalA tt liU B A FahneatocJci Co Fittskrf Pa Sfe frtpMwtfe Tbe type on which this paper i printed la from j 7 or dire Jhe above foundry Editoe Hesald 8th inst ties class though some may think em so st 83UXK m LesfaMTte Kr 22 ttinntcs sio rer than ML Kntefyiti SMti Atluiic Railway HE a SERALD of MWS inst Mr Wm Osborn of Daysborough and Mr Newton Williams living on Rocky Branch in this county engaged in an altercation at the latteVs house in which Osborn received two serious cuts inflicted w th a large pocket knife At first it was rumored that the wounds would prove fatal but on Saturday last the wounded man rode horseback to his home As to the origin of the trouble there is conflicting reports Williams gave himself up to the Sheriff the morn- Â¬ ing after the difficulty and claimed self defence for his act Osborn not being able to go into trial Williams was held to an examining court in the sum of 500 Osborn claims that he was pulled from his horse by three men ana then cut A brotherof Williams whose name we did not learn and a man named Creech were arrested as accessories and held to appear at the trial which ia set for today when the testimony in the case will doubtless establish the facts in regard to the matter On Monday night the 7th AN AWFUL GRIME ONFOF A FAMILY KILLED AND WOLFE COUNTY GIGANTIC Sale at S M toil loail Famous New Store An invoice just taken has disclosed tb8 fact tliat I have too many Goods Too much DBY Too many Clothing Too much Fur nishing Goods Too many Hate and Caps and an endless varitey of only Hand made Boots and Shoes - I have decided that iny stock must he cut down With this end in view I have cut the prices on every article in my different depart ments in that great establishment and have made telling and startling reductions J J St W Winter goods in a great variety such as Woolen and Cotton Flannels Skirts and Shawls Hoods and Nubias Gloves and Mittens Cloaks and Short Wraps Mens and Boys Suits Mens and Boys Overcoats Mens and Boys Hats and Caps Mens and Boys Dress Shirts n J J Days I mean business and am determined to re duce my stock at any cost for the next Thirty Henry Enoefel T the of the J S M BRAUN THE FAMOUS Dry Ms piERATT j Pleratt ill HOUSE KI tot w m p 0 MT STERLING KY PEOPLE I ASK YOUR ATTENTION n Â¬ WW M s Wm H Pullerton andlents Hats NOTICE M W VOWELS MainStreet Mt Sterling Ky aSSSMSr JOE Green Huffaker J a BOOTS AND SHOES ISP 11Uiiluuw BRIDLES 74 and 76 MainjStreet Satis c J CINCINNATI o - l BAFAHNESTOCKS TraTfeoDsTI p VERMIFUGE 1 A- jtas - 6ct TYP iL- 1 -- - c mttiiMJks Tt 3aai Hazel Gbeen HsEitu WBKCOOFOrertofcoe MAZJEL GREEK -- KEKTUCKT Well she remarked smilingly if Both ng is impossible perhap s some time lst Everleigh will show us red violets after alL No for that is not in nature said Violet People cant do what is not in nature 1 THE OLD HYMN T Tfce r V f- - L fe I stand And if I do show them to you some day he said giving back her look you will admit then that thev are in nature Violet I suppose I must then but but you can not for they are not she concluded with triumphant feminine log c They were nearing the end of their walk now and the conversation dropped At Violets door the young ladies bade adou to their companions who walked away together But although thcywere apparently on terms of easy intimacy there was little real comradeship between the two young men Their association was more a matterot circumstance than of choice Dunning having brought letters to Mr Thorpe Everleighs uncle The old banker could not slight the introduc- Â¬ tions of valued business connections so at his desire the nephew made the new- Â¬ comer free of his set a tolerably large one as well as of that narrower circle of which Violet Warner was the very innermost link Privately Ever- Â¬ leigh considered Dunning a humbug and had even so expressed himself to Mrs George Archibald in ChurfJirrum Violet on one occasion But as Violet vA COMMON PLACE HERO dhl not share his opinion it hurt him more than it did Dunning The latter had a way of theorizing which was ex- Â¬ Who Furnished His Lady Love tremely distasteful to Everieigh but which attracted Vioet who took the With Bed Violets speaker on the valuation of utterances according so thoroughly with her own sentiments Violet was romantic and Four young people were walking inclined to apply the touchstone of the along a city street on xi breezy bright heroic to common life a dangerous Iarch day Over by the water front practice unless one is certain of having the wind was perhans too high for com- Â¬ the true touchstone She listened with to eye Dunnings fort but in this less exposed locality it a kindling quotations and aspirations and was only brisk enough to lend a becom- Â¬ contrasted hm with Everleigh ing glow to the complexions of the whom she set down as a good young ladies and 13 utter their ribbons looking well dressed commonplace unit of fash on who was very nice of Into picturesque confusion Wait a minute please saidThorpe course but of whom nothing great Everleigh stopping short as he spoke couldsoever be expected She even told when he offensively called the him Jnnd thus bringing to an abrupt halt heroc Paul a humbug fnot only Violet Warner who was be That is because you cant under- Â¬ side him but the pair directly follow- - j stand him she had said severely He has capabilities that you can not even mg What is the object of interest here imagine really now Violet what 4Everlcigh inquired Paul Dunning are Well but Everleigh had asked in they looking about him desparation I dont see that lie ever Oh need you ask exclaimed his does any thing different from other peo- Â¬ companion Annie Ford with a ripple ple of playful laughter Doesnt that Perhaps not yet but he sees the childs expression speak for itself splend d possibilities of life The vision And indeed the face behind the of the world and all the wonder that flower stand was eloquent enough with- Â¬ would be quoted Violet with a rapt out words in its mingled mirth recog- and nestle air And then Everleigh nition and expectancy and the dimples had said half in je tand half that chased each other in and out of the that all the wonder would in earnest be in his odd little creases in the cheeks opinion if Paul Dunning could earn his The top o the mornin to ye salt to save his life At which Violet 2sora said Everleigh with a fine grew vexed again and the two parted brogue beginning to pull the flowers in some feeling about What have you got that is It is possible that Violets ideas were pretty to day I want something for just a little vague and visionary and each of my friends here that in her eagerness for results she 2sora put her head on one side in a sometimes overlooked the means It was considering attitude as her blue Irish natural that her spirit should respond eyes under their dark lashes glanced to the noble utterances which Paul Dun Â¬ irom her flowers to the group before ning who was certainly a largely apCher and back again Shure Misther preciative young man could find upon Jverlegh sorr she began in the coaxÂ¬ everj theme but it would perhaps ing accents of her nation theyre all have shown more depth and soundness And what wud ye be of judgment if she could have recogfresh the day plazed to want thin sorr nized that Thorpe Everleigh in staying Now ladies and gentlemen if you in New York and transferring from the feel equal to the plural Dunning shoulders of the old and childless uncle isaid Everleigh with mock impressive who iiad adopted him the weight of his mess what will yon choose in a breast large banking business was doing as iknot good work in his own degree as if he May we not leave the choice to you had been clearing the palli of civiliza- Â¬ 3Ir Everleigh said Miss Ford smil- Â¬ tion in the wilderness or leading a for- Â¬ Do please lorn hope in some war stricken land ing prettify up in his face select a flower for me But romantic vouth is not usually dis Certainly iiss Annie answered tinguished bv deep or sound judgment How do jou like and Violet whs scarcely twenty Everleigh readily So tea roses holding out a beautiful when the routine of the workaday bunch world pressed heavily upon her at times The 3oung lady received it with an she knew of no other relief than to turn oJherupward smile but Everleigh had to the deeds of high emprise among turned to Miss Warner and was prof- - which in imagination at least Mr Jcnugner a cluster of fragrant deep Paul Dunning was always dwelling blue violets There was however another who did Your namesakes he said Wont not believe in Mr Dunning and thK you lake them now There was was Violets cousin and constant comsomething significant almost beseech Â¬ panion Annie Ford She larked Vio ing in his tone But Violet Warner did lets warmth of imagnation her gener Â¬ not seem to notice it ous faith in what was noble her apra No she answered carelessly I t ons toward the heights of existence but would rather have some of those red she jo sossed a hard common carnations What a splendid colorl sense which sometimes stood Ik r Everleigh appeared more disappointed in stead good of all these than the occasion seemed to warrant She parceivod that Dunnings eloquence When will you let me give you some had been so far only a fruitless ower violets Le urged looking down into ing and she saw no reason why the her face future should differ from the past She Oh when yon can give me despi ed him although Aie intended to When red violets she answered lightly as marry him in case her carefully matured she lifted the carnation yet with a cer- Â¬ plans should fail Under that soft and tain meaning in the eys that met his guileless exterior was a nature full of But where is Mr Cunnings bouton- - machinations and the scheme at presshe added glancing at the ent uppermost was to marry Violet to nfere other Dunning and to secure Everleigh for Thus recalled Everleigh picked out a herself for she did not like her cousin bouquet of which in spitGof all the k ndness he had he handed to Dunning to symbolize received at her hands and she did like your purifcv of soul as he laughingly Everleigh She had liked him ever explained and which Annie Ford kindly since she first saw him and had meant pinned on that gentlemaus coat to be his wife althoitgu she knew that And what is your own to be Ever Â¬ he loved Violet But more than one leigh asked Dunning mans destiuy ha been guided un Â¬ Jh violets of course interposed awares by dfl cate femin ne hands anil 3Ii3s Ford sweetlv Did von ever see even o tin go iule Annie intended to xur Lverlegh w th any tiling elite but guide Everleighs with the help of Paul viocts in his button hole lie is violet- - Dunning as an instrument and a last j mad resort in ens of failure Perhaps he was But if so he did V ol t lnd no suspicion of all this not attompt to extent the craae for he j Indeed 4ie had little ideaof hor cousins offered them to no one ele Alter so- - real nature Wh n some months be- Â¬ lecting a cluster for himsolf he movoi fore she had ersaded her father to in- Â¬ away leaving a liberal compensation vite Miss lord to become a member of on Noras stand and followed by a his household thusekingout the poorer look of adoring grat tnde from Noras girls --lender income she had hoped to eyes tmd in hr pretty cousn the sster she What a sort of licenced beggary that had never had That expectation soon 5w remarked Dunning as he noticed paod away but Violet who was gen this It would be a good rhng to j erosity itself except toward Thorpe suoh girls to some steady u eiul occu 1 Everleigh wond not acknowledge pation even to hr own consciousness her dis Â¬ Pocket picking for example sad appointment in Annie And if the Everleigh with a short laugh That mask mistimes dropped a little if the is about the only other thing open to soft eje- grew hard and the sweet voice ihis particular girl sharp Violet wiis always ready to find Indeed said Dunning with a su- - an exoua far her cousin in her sensitive Yet I can not help think Â¬ tmjjrameut and her dependent posi perior air ing that with patience and perseverance j tion She took it for granted that An Â¬ she might nie care for her in her own way Starve creditably in a week broke ju t a sh took it for granted that in Everleigh I begyour pardon Dun- - Thorpe Everleigh wh commonplace really is nonsense yon and unheroc njig but it know Nora and her little lame broth Viol i ws undoubtdy the more in erwould simply starve if she neglected clined to romantic v cws because of the her Jlower staud to attempt imposslbil- - extremely maitar-of-fadomestic at Â¬ irle- smosphere in wliich she dwelt Mr I am hardly a believer in the impos- - Warner was a man utterly absorbed in pible answered Dunning raising his hs business aSars He secrned to con head loftily- aider both home and daughter as ex Violet Warner raised hers too and a oukitely arranged pieces of machinery Yon be- - vr which he was to supply the pecuni- Â¬ Pght came into her eyos with Tennyson that Man is man ary oil necesarv to keep them in work lievc she said and mastcr of his fate ing order And having done this it Everleigh broke into a frank laugh did not occur to him that fere was any if Tennyson believes ihing more to do So Violet was prac Well he raid that ot a New York flower girl 1 think j tjcailv her own mistress free to com mntl her own life and make her choice he talks nonsense too Violet colored slightly and Dunning as she wokl Violet herself would have preferred Miss Ford softly perceptibly frowned j hiss libertv and more aPaetiou butsmo diverted the conversation -- heard the anthem I and the psalm As jtewtly h y spirit fell Uhs twett3 c the Sanday calm TJK at tkc readies of the hymn Wkfcsaddun tears ay yea were dim TkateJ eld hymn 1 Its sacred liaes Had fallen on ay childish ears tarei back unhindered by a Tfce wretch of intervealaj years Jear hi- - my little daughter Aad yet I yfa again a child smiled Oattftte the winds were fierce and rough winters chill was in J J Tr aauld hear the boanythe air bird 5 humaalng Insects everywhere spue of frost and snow Ad feel In I jA saamgr breeze from long ago To find the place I took the book And held It In a womans band While all my soul wag moved with thrills o other soul coald understand And quite uaseen with love divine My mothers finger folded mine Aiidaot because the music rose ExDitlngly I held my breath et I should lose Its sweet delight Jpon her lips the hush of death Tor years has lain and yet I heard My Mothers voice in every word Full well I know the dead are dead Yet eoaetlmes at a look or tone W th fchort relenting will the past Oac moment give us back our own O happy pain 1 Too quickly done JVs swiftly ended as begun aj with qHlet heart prayer She spoke quickly and rather hardly There was a certain significance in her tone which Everleigh seemed to under Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ dcli-cntely-tin- ted J Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ lilics-of-the-vall- cy I j I 1 -- i j I it Â¬ - 1 i -- Â¬ ct j j Â¬ -- she could not have the one the other Noras companion certainly justified was some compensation She availed Miss Fords epithet of dreadful Ho herself of it without stmt took up one was a large powerfully built fellow fancy after another refused Thorpe with a bullet head and thick red neck Everleigh because he was not a roman- Â¬ a representative city rough He was tic pioneer and was at present absorbed holdftig up a small deformed boy in a in the splendd possibilities of Paul Dun- Â¬ vice like grip which evidently not only ning who on his side found it a pleas- Â¬ frightened but hurt the little weakling ant enough preparation for the mighty extremely Beside him Nora with battle of life to lounge luxuriously in a passionate sobs was vainly pleading to beautiful ilower fragrant room with desist Just then she caught sight of two lovely girls watch ng eagerly for Everleigh Oh Misther Iverleigh the pcarlsthat fell from his lips she cried As has been said Annie Ford was his with wild appeal for the love of Hiven She took make him put me little brother down faithful if unavowed ally every opportunity to advance his cause Its killin him he is intirely aud hinder Everleighs Thanks to her You brute Everleighs vehement it was several days after the conversa-Â¬ tones cut through the girls chok ng tion at Nora Kellys Uower stand before voice Put that child down do you Everleigh succeeded in seeing Violet hear Miss Ford indeed was visible again The man turned round an evil in- Â¬ and she made her cousins excuses very flamed face Is it the little hunch- Â¬ Once it was a bad headache back ye re plazed to want sorr prettily he and again a drive with Mr Dunning in answered with insolent mockery as ho fact one pretext and another served deliberately gave the frail little crea- Â¬ their turn so well that Everleigh hith-Â¬ ture a shake that brought forth a scream erto unsuspicious grew weary and em- Â¬ of pain Come an1 take him thin This proved ployed counter strategy I will Everleigh jumped out of the successful and he found himself in Vio- Â¬ carriage Come Dunning well give this beast a little lesson lets presence again Troubled at the delay and the likeli- Â¬ Dunning cleared his throat Bather hood of a favored rival the young man a low affair for gentlemen I hardly forgot his prud nt intentions and urged see why we should do police work he for another hearing But it was only said looking up and down the unfre- Â¬ to receive the old answer He was very quented by street Suppose we drive nice very agreeable but alas he was to the corner and send one around Violet would never marry unheroic Everleigh turned away contemptu- Â¬ until she found her ideal ously And let the childs bones be expostulated Ever- Â¬ broken before we could find one My d ar girl he leigh between pity and vexation you said No this is something that cant couldnt endure liim when you found wait hm Now dont be offended Violet Let me go with you sir eagerly he went on deprecat ugly but I think put m the coachman a slight young you are running away with some im- Â¬ fellow but still always ready to follow possible idea where Everleigh lea the wa It ought not to be impossble put No you sta here with the ladies Dauntless de leave them in 3our care said Ever I in Violet loftily termination and heroic effort ought legh adding as he went forward never to disappear Dont be afraid Violet these bullies Well sett ng aside the adjectives are always cowards said Everleigh with a twinkle in his But here he was wrong This par- Â¬ brown eyes are you sure they have ticular bully was not a coward and he disappeared fought with a savage good will For- Â¬ answered Violet tunately Everleighs good cause was I am afraid so with a s gh except among supplemented by a wiry and supple Well among what frame Oh among poneers and those Violet had turned her back on Dun- Â¬ people replied Violet firmly if rather ning and sat with her hands convul- Â¬ vaguely sively clinched She was ashy pale Everleigh laughed a laugh of genirne That horrible man she gasped he amusement though some bitterness will kill him mingled with it Let me go miss urged the coach- Â¬ I dont know about those people man again eager to help Everleigh but what would you do with a whom he had greatly admired But ie said pioneer if you had him Violet that even as he spoke Everleigh had the man s unless you mean to share hs hard down on the pavement where he held slrps wth him A pioneer in a large him fa t wh le recovering breath until city is an anomaly a chanec policeman coming up took said Violet doubt- Â¬ charge of the fallen hero Nora and Perhaps so fully but his character ought not to Jimmy had already disappeared Then be The heart has gone out of modern the vctor returned to the carrage soeety where the coachmans broad grin of de- Â¬ On the contrary answered Ever- Â¬ light brought a smle to hs own lips leigh who thought he recognized the But it died away as his eyes rested on source of these strictures I bePeve Violets white face there is an immense amount of it left Im afraid Im rather dilapidated in the cities as well as on the plans looking he said apologetcally Surely Violet he continued with a glanc ng down at his torn coat staned smile you ot all people should not with the evidences of the affray He fancy that the hero is made or unmade certainly dd not look much like a by the cut of his cloth s It does not fashionable unit at that moment follow does it that because a man Ill see if I cant make myself wears a well fitting coat he ceases to be less compromisng for the rest a little of the a man party he added taking out his hand- Â¬ N no said Violet doubtfully again kerchief to wipe away the blood from a She could not help recognizing for the long scratch on one cheek hundredth time Everleighs marked Take mine said Violet quickly common sense then she sghed again She had left the carriage at his ap- Â¬ and wished that he could exchange some proach and moved a step nearer to f it for that heroic quality of which he him was speaking He gave her a look half deprecating Now to make the question per- Â¬ half grateful as he took the dainty little sonal since it Everleigh went on all began about me you know how I perfumed square and removed the am situated Violet I can not be a blood marks from his face and his torn which followed his pioneer even if 1 wished to What coat Violets eyesthe bunch of flowers motions rested on would become of mv uncles banking bu iness What would become of my which oddly enough throughout theÂ¬ Why 1 really believe ft struggle had rema ned in his buttonuncle himself holed A peculiar expression came into would kill him And when I remember eyes what he has done for me From the her The violets have blood on them too time I was a boy he has been like the Thorpe she said kindest and most generous of fathers He looked down at them laughed a No Ill never leave hm Ill break my little regretfully at their stained and own heart sooner than his But there made a movement are plenty of things a man can do to broken bravery and the to throw them into street But she prove his mettle yes even here in New Give them to me stopped his hand York and 1 wll find something I promise you Violet Ill give you the she murmured her in surprise He looked at But red violets yet and then then dear they are all stained and youll wear them wont you she I know red lie had taken her hand and was look- Â¬ lets Yes seemssaid were in nature vio- Â¬ af- Â¬ thev It ing down into her eyes anil Violet as all she looked back at him and heard his ter A flush of pleasure came into his quick passionate words could not help Oh thinking in spite of his fashionable at-Â¬ face then he honostiy protested tire his nicely trimmed mustache and that was nothiug Any one would have careful elegance of person how very done the same No said Violet demurely some manly and strong of purpose he seemed She let her hand lie in his while she an- Â¬ would have waited to call the police He laughed as his eye glanced round swered with another sigh to Dunning sitting very stately and dig Â¬ But you know Thorpe there isnt any thing j ou can do Earnestness has nified in the carr age at a little distance Well he sad lightly you know I heen refined away from our civilization always told you he was a humbug But Mr Dunning says Mr Dunning Everleigh paused Violet he continued more earnestly 1 hope you dont consider such a thing to find a phrase not too vigorous for Violet- - ears when there was a step at as that the measure of my capabilities the parlor door which made the two One of these days I will give you real just within start aside In another mo Â¬ proof I dont want any thing more real than ment the person last mentioned Mr Paul Dunning himselfentered to- Â¬ that interrupted Violet with a shud- Â¬ And Thorpe she added her gether with Mis Annie Ford The sub- Â¬ der color rising I believe 1 have only been ject naturally changed and a general conversation ensued in the course of watng all this while for an excuse to take you The feelings I had when that f which nothing more serious than a con cert party for the morrow was talked horrible man was pounding you Give she concluded with of This was mainly Annie Fords mo- Â¬ me the volets tion who find ng her strategv fail at sud ien imperiouness And all crushed last thought it better to direct what she and stained as they were she trans- Â¬ could not prevent So she organized ferred them to her own dress where j an expedition in which Mr Dunning they lay hidden in a fold of soft lace Meantime the two left in the carriage should be lolet s companion and during the progress of Everleighs re- Â¬ Kvcrleigh her own in the hope that her cousin and Paul might have come to an habilitation were holdng a conversa- Â¬ tion of some interest to both After a understanding before their return The occas on was a matinee and the word to the young man when he first specal attraction a bright particular came back Miss Ford had not attempt- Â¬ star expected soon to set forever to the ed to make herself a third in a tete-a-teShe of so very private a nature Western hor zon Miss Ford surveyed the crowded houe while she listened to could perceive from various indica the liquid modulations and wondered t ons that her machinations had sud- Â¬ So she turned to how it fared with her own small private denly been defeated her hist resort the man who remained venture as she glanced from time to t me at the two so absorbed to- Â¬ with her and whom she secretly de- Â¬ gether in the romant c atmos- Â¬ spised as much as she admired the phere of passionate melody and other Do come and sit by me Mr Dun Â¬ soft Italian accents As for Everleigh she said in her sweetest tones lie sat s lent and somewhat moody oe ning Violet will be so taken up with Mr sido his pretty companion A growing suspicion of the treachery that lurked Everleighs little pecc of bravado that beneath her swet tones and appeal ng she wont have a thought for any thing glances was in his mind and a fear else this evening Do take pity on poor which ept pace with it that Violet deserted me too was being deceived and ensnared And Dunning who also read the signs beyond retreat He was glad when it of the times clearly enough took the was all over when the wonderful voice hint as she meant he should without iad breathed its last sigh and the or- Â¬ feeling the sting which it cleverly con- Â¬ chestra had thundered its last crash to cealed He took the seat beside Miss the echoes ot the emptying house Ford who soothed his ruffled Tiicy were not a very lively party as with implied praises of his they drove home in the gathering dusk thoughtfulness in slaying to protect Violet and Paul Dunning were discuss Â¬ them instead of rashly invoivng them ing the relative merits of Italian and n such a questionable affair as that in- Â¬ German music wh le long silences fell considerate Mr Everleigh had done between Everleigh and Miss Ford The It was not exactly like a gentleman was latter amu ed herself by idly regarding t But then of course one had to the various streets through which they make allowances for commoner na passed So it was her eye that discov- Â¬ tnre So she murmured on to this man ered th familiar face of Nora Kelly whom she meant to marry while he the flower girl ii te restored to lis lofty serenty Why there is our little Nora with a listene and looked and thought what dreadful man she said and why remarkable good taste M ss lord pos Â¬ what is the matter is she crying sessed and how very pretty she was a3 Everleigh roused from hs abstrac Â¬ raised her soft eyes to his And so in tion lifted hs eyes Stop he called this quarter also matters were set right shnrplv to the who brou lit - aftera fashion Kale PiUuam Osgood j his horses up near the group in Delroit Free Press te cy i THE GENIE ELECTRON A Factor Which Performs an Important Part In the Operations of Mature Madison Buell the repeater chief of the Western Union Telegraph Com- pany recently read a paper before the Electrical Society of Buffalo on the spirit of electricity or as he calls it The Genie Electron The genie performs an important part m almost all the op- Â¬ erations of nature but generally in so quiet a manner that his presence is never known or even suspected except in the occurrence of something calcu Â¬ lated to arouse him to anger or opposi- Â¬ tion It is said Mr Buell in the bright clouds far above the earth that he sometimes likes to nestle or when their bases touch the mountains and their white toDs shine in the far off ether he will stretch forth his powerful form and seem to bathe himself in tho tenderest purple of distance At other times he will softly breathe his spirit in the air sigh and send his moan along the woods and moorish fens and up among the loose disjointed cliffs as the sad notes of the coming storm When thi black winged legons of tempest arse he delights m leaping from cloud to cloud andthe tremendous roar of lis voice is rolled back from the moun- Â¬ tains bosom as the recognition of the dazzling brightness of his ilahing eye Calm and serene lie drives the furious blast And pleased th Almightys order to per- Â¬ form Jlldes In the whirlwind and directs tho GENTLEMENS STYLES Some Points on the Fashion PITH AND PdHT storm The exhibition of his fearful strenth at such t mes makes cowards of us all Fear full of feeble fancies makes us weak and unmanly loosens in us every power and allows our imagination to create fantastic shapes of the lrdcous ruin he may cause The immensity of his force naturally inspires mansind wth terror and awe aud until recent- Â¬ ly they have looked upon him more in the light of Gods minister of punish- Â¬ ment and destruction than as the friend Â¬ ly and beneficent though powerful be Â¬ ing they arc discovering him to ue His favorite place of n t rement is in the d ep inter or of the earth and while thus pent up and finding no ready means of escape he will sometimes break the bonds of his prison and in doing so shake the earth for miles around leaving great rents in it over- Â¬ turning build hgs destroy ng 1 fe and property as was so forcibly demon- Â¬ strated n the earthquakes at Charleston and vicinity After referring in detail to some of the famous earthquakes of modern times Mr Buell asked whether it is not possible that the cause of these dis- Â¬ turbance is due to the chemical action of which Electron is supposed to he the immed ate agent When the parti- Â¬ cles of different kinds of matter are freo to mingle with each other which by m ans of heat air water and other media they can be made to do Electron can make them change their arrangements and can subject them to such magical transformations that they became entirely new substances with qualities essentially different from the r previous condition The presence of sub- Â¬ terranean waters is ableto bring about a greater and more prompt accumulation of electric ty in the parts of the ground that are near to them the metallic veins or conducting rocks that penetrate to great depths and extend to great dis- Â¬ tances are apt to convey according to their d rection any quantity of Elec- Â¬ trons spirit Might not the subterra- Â¬ nean noises very similar to rolling thunder wliich generally precede and frequently accompany violent earth Â¬ quakes be caused by the cxplo ion of this accumulated electricity and whch we might term subterranean lightirrg If we obtan such enormous quantities of his spirit on a small scale as we do from our voltaic cells and from our dynamo machinery is there any reason to doubt that in the interior of our globe where all the operations of nature are carried on upon a scale of magni Â¬ tude almost beyond our conception when a discharge of this nature does occur that it can be of sufficient force to produce undulatory waves and to lift the crust of the earth at such points as the force may happen to be the great- Â¬ Y Evening Post est CAUCASIAN BRIGAN DS A liaiul oT Kobbert Who DefV and Con pirr the Russian Troops A band of audacious highwavraen ha3 for more than one year perplexed the Russian authorities in the Caucasus The band is composed of Caucasians and the chief is a certain Khiaram or Kerim who performs extraordinary acts of cun ning and courage About the end of last winter a large body of troops horse and foot succeeded in surrounding Khiaram and his men and tho chief commander of the troops had already telegraphed to Tirtis that Khiaram could not make his escape but the next morning he disappeared Four months later the authorities re- Â¬ ceived a message from Khiaram him- Â¬ self announcing that he has passed some time far from h s dear countiy but that he had returned to recom Â¬ In a few days tho mence his busness ties received reports central author from Kars that Kharam and hs hand were killing plundering and burning throughout the district The troops under the command of Prince Cha chavatse chief of tbe Kontais regiment of ca ahy pursued the band but to no purpose When the horses of the high Â¬ waymen became tired Khiaram gae the order to kill them and to take horses from the villagers In this way they reached the frontier the soldiers the e who tried to prevent them from pass ng were k lied and Khiaram and his men crossed the frontier on the back of the horses of the dead sold ers Some weeks ago Kh aram returned to his dear country and many travelers were plundered forthwith The authorities felt they ought to make a supreme effort to re establish their prestge they united a great force and Khiaram was sur- Â¬ rounded A tetegram from Till is now states that Khiaram and all his it en have again succeeded in escaping afrr an active battle lasting about five hour and during whica many soldiers were killed or wounded The brigand broke through the solders chain and passed on to Turkish territory These explote would scarcely be possible were not the brigands in some degree supported by native population St Petersburg Cor Lonilon Times I The ringing of the door bell which is an electric enunciator roused Capta n C G Lyon from his slumbers at tho family residence on Golden Hill about He five oclock Wednesday morning found the hall full of smoke and disÂ¬ covered that a box of ashes in the collar had ignited and the blaze had communi- Â¬ A cated to surroundng wood work hand extinguisher quickly quenched the tire and but little damage was done The wire of the an nnneiator passed over the spot wharejthe blaze started and tho oa-lman heat had lengthened a spring and per Â¬ mitted the closing of the circuit which caused the bell to ring Bridgeport Conn Farmer Mamma If yoa really Irr Mamie give me aace kiss As the winter season draws near what child How I do spoa yoa rwhcm- is to be the latest style in masculine ap-Â¬ He was so bcaevolent parel increases daily as a matter of in merciful a man that in his miaUkim aw w terest among all men who wish to dres3 i compassion he woulda harehd ra- a duck in showec of over well and correctly and to be thorough Â¬ brella JerroTd ly up in the very latest thing in the He poetical Why should I imc matter of dress and etiquette-- Each to sip the sweets of each red lip Shu succeeding season brings more or les3 practical Xo necessity for alarm a all I use a vegetable color which changes in these matters sometimes comparatively slight In themselves and not poisonous A correspondent writes to ask what yet which involve an enormons amount of worry discussion and in the ag Â¬ ae has done the most for journal sm lon cant stick U3 on that Yonhsrs gregate expense Avisit of inspection recently paid to The mucilage by long odas the lead ng taIors disclosed the fact Statesman tha titls Break Break Break that the changes in mens fashions this contribution t the year will be very few For dress suits of a recent musical line diagonal cloths will be used as last Boston Sunday Globe sounds very year There is a growing tendency to much like a refrain of the domestic who relieve the somberness ot the dress suit washes the dishes Detroit Free Frets by more or less elaboration of fhe waist Â¬ An exchange gives a long list of coat These will be worn with the dress reasons why you shouldnt snub a hoy suit embroidered with fancy figures but omita the principal one which in colors Black and white embroid- Â¬ that nine times out of ten its a waste of ered waistcoats have taken very well time to try Merchant Traveler also for evening wear Larger trousers The superiority of man to nature 13 will be worn They are now cut twenty-icontinually illustrated Xaturs need knee and eighteen inch bottom an immense quantity of quiHs to make nch The tailless dresscoat so much ds a goose with bat man can make a cussed was started by the tailors What- Â¬ goose of himself with one Shot and ever popularity it gained last summer Leather Reporter will soon be forgotten It is not Mrs Minks reading The Roths Â¬ adapted to winter use In business child family settle all disputed points by suits the tendency is toward four button familv counsel and never employ a law cutaway frocks single breasted openÂ¬ ver Mr Minks who ha3 just lost a ing much lower than for many years suit Well well no wonder theyra When admissible that is when rich past Chicago Journal tho cloth will permit the edges are asked his parents to stitched For afternoon receptons and take A little fellow with them They to church him day weddings the old Prince Alberts or saTd he must wait until he was older better frock coats will be worn Wth Well was the shrewd suggestion in these will be outline striped trousering response youd better take me now and wa stcoats of black gray or blue for when get bigger Imsjnot waat I Fall weight overcoats are made this to go A bant Journal year of black and gray diagonals and only fault Her meltons with weltett seams and stitched well edges silk facings to the extreme edge Shes rich and fair and talented a spelL Tier lisnre u a dream and a soft roll collar winter overcoats Iter lair complexlon3 her smile a sea shell like a pink of fur beavers elesons cur us and Twill stand inspection metinac single or double breasted sacks can be Heavy we ght goods arc popular The tier dispositions sweet as Itmoistes agree And with her taste in dress nap of the tur beavers is quite short and But forherhal taste In refusing me Shed be perfection the long nap goods of former szasons Oakland Echoes are not in favor These goods are pped old was Mathuselah when hs How with velvet faced to the lapel and have asked a Texas ijundav school died velvet collars of Tommy Yerger a precocious Full dress shirts will have mostly teacher I dont know how old was three small studs but some swells cia m youth He was nine said Tommv Methu that the very correct thing will be two hundred years old when he died re The single stud has pretty studs Nina hundred years well gone out Dress suits will have a pl ed theteacher old Whew I wonder how his single strip of French embroidery down liked that replied Tommy as he the front also white pea ribbed ribs and down and crossways gave an incredulous whistle- - Texas running up Collars aud culls will be attached Silings Omaha Dame You seem very fond Straight and standing collars with a very little space w 11 be worn and ot that Mrs De Cash 2ew York Dame Yes I wish you could meet her She square link cuffs The evenTng tie will be white cambric or mull one to one is the most self sacrificing woman ha Indeed I should say and a quarter inches wide and must INew York so Why her husband gave her threo not be made up but tied by oneself Gloves will be worn on all occasions hundreddollars to buy a new parasoL Pearl with broad black stitching on and she spent every cent of it for doc- Â¬ Ah Isee back will Le correct for evening wear tors fees and medicine For day weddings pearl gloves wth Yes poor little pet but 1 really doni sttched back aud tie of white ottoman believe the dog would have lived if she Omaha World knots should be hadnt silk in d worn Day scarfs will be the and made up knots either whto WAR ELEPHANTS or colored Notwithstanding the efforts Utilized by the made to introduce last season the onco How Thev AreArray in KurmihIiritiskXa titan popular and always convenient opera Attached to the British Indian army they w 11 not be worn this winter the high and inappropriate silk hat beng which is now in Burmah trying to vrpa carried at opera and wherever possible out the murderous bands of Dakoita in their place A1 Y World that arc affrighting the country is an elephant battery-- Seven pound guns DREAMS OF THE BLIND includ ng their carriages are fastened All Memory to frame work and hoisted upon the At What Aje Child Im of the Visible World backs of the elephants In this way the Among the papers read before tho troops are able to transport their artil biographical section of the American lerv through long stretches of country Association for the Advancement o j where there are no wagon roads and not be able to take The Dreams of where they would d Science was one on their cannon if they d not have beasts the Blind by Dr Joseph Jastrow of of burden strong enough to carry the The object of the paper artillery on their backs Philadelphia When the was to determine the extreme age at troops meet the enemy the guns ars which a child may become blind and yet quickly unloaded by means of a tripod lose all memory of the visible world o to which is attached a swinging arm and tackle that it no longer sees in its dreams The elephant takes a more humhla Almost all dreams of normal per- Â¬ place in war nowadays than formerly are sight He used to be one of the combatants sons the papers says dreams and a dream is often spoken of but in these days of gunpowder and The blind are deprived of bombshells he has been reduced to th as a vision this most important sense but if they transportaton department Contraries have not been born blind they may re- Â¬ before the Christian era the rulers oi member enough of what they have seen Egypt maintnned stations as far south to enabe them to imagine how thngs as Khartoum for the sole purpose of col-look and when the imagination has free lecting wild elephants to be trained fou play in slep to picture themselves as in war purposes They were used not only full possession of all their sen es Physi Â¬ to carry archers and javelin hurlers into ologists would explain this by saying into the field but were also trained to that durng the years in which the saw rush upon the enemy and trample therm a certan part of the brain has become underfoot While opposrng warrior educated to receive and interpret all on their elephants fought at short ranga these messages which the eye sends and the elephants themselves would fight each that when this part of the brain acts other it is said that the notion that spontaneously in sdecp the person the Asiatic elephant is superior to his Such a portion of African brother dates from the time dreams of seeing the brain would be called the sight when in a battle between Antochus center IH King of Syria and Ptolemy Philo If now we find out the latest age pator in 217 bI C the Asiatc elephant at which blindness may set in and in the army of the Syrian monarch yet the person keep on dreaming of killed every one of Ptolemys African seeing we will find out the time it takes animals Th s idea of the superiority for this sight center to develop for of of the Asiatic elephant is still held by course it is not present in the new born many though it is probably groundless For this purpose about two infant Chicago Trmes hundred blind persons of both sexes were quc t oned at the institutions for GERMAN RAILROADS the blind in Philadelphia and Baltimore and it was found that those who became A Prominent Merchant Views on Soiao blind before their fifth year never Jntcretlncr Foreign Topic dreamed of seeing of those whose sight John Wannaotaker in speakinw of was lost between the fifth and the sev Â¬ his recent European trip said In Ger enth year sonic did and some did not many the Government controls airfrbp see in their dreams while all whose eyesight was destroyed after the seventh erates all railroads hnt one Th plan year had quite as vivid dream visions as has been in operation two or three seeing people The filth to the seventh years and while it is profitable to the year is thus shown to be the critical Government the revenue derived from period This period corresponds w th railroad sources being greater than the the age which authorities assign as the appropriations for railroad purposes limit at which a child becoming deaf st 11 1 am convinced that competing will also become dumb and also with the age of ones earliest continuous private corporat ons serve the interests of the people better Both passenger memory of ones self It is interesting to note that blind r and fre ght rates are higher in Germany persons dream quite as frequently as than in this country There isv a dispo-normal people and that with those who siuuii uu m couuiieiit 10 pu an railÂ¬ do not see in their dreams hearing plays road service on the same footing as the the principal part When droamng of postal service in Great Britain I found norae for instance they will hear their a tendency toward the abandonment second class athers voice or their sister singing and of the The idea is grade of travÂ¬ eling to retain the erhaps will feel the familiar obects in jhe room and thus know they are at first and third class coaches and add a fourth class coachr which is simply an lome We in such a case would see it cmpij uairgae car wnnout seats waere 11 Philadelphia Press the passenger has his choice of standing or using a portable stool or like the Contraction of the Hoof elephant using hi own trunk Every Â¬ where I found that great interest was A hoof contracts from dryness conse- Â¬ felt about and quent upon a state of inilammation of constantly Americaabout the people were asking the possibility the interior of the foot or from want of of success if they came here This is nutrition of the horn at the origin of its espe ially true among rhe farmers who growth at the coronet The injury is are t ery much discouraged American lifiicult to repar because the vascular products are finding their way to every issue of the foot which connects the nook and corner of the continent of hoof wth the interior part of it becomes Europe I saw a load of American absorbed and in part lost The remedy straw hauled through the streets of is to rasp the hoof quite thin to leave Zurich and I was told that th price he frog untouched so that a healthful was eighty five cents per hundred pressure may be exerted on the in ten t r ponnds which is the same price havo of the foot to kep the hoof dres xl often paid here- - From what s said with a mixture of glycerine molasses about America abroad I am satisfied and water in equal partP and to eo er that there are others beside- ourselves it constantly wth a bundle to ko- it who believe that America Is fhe greatest FhUdcljAi moist nil to apply blistering Oiiitm tt country in the world Winter Attire in Slaacallae friL -- son-in-la- w four-in-ha- nd four-in-han- L - - to rhe coronet S Y Time Times TjVr -- - 0 - Tt1 V ill gWlipL o c3 a 3 fi -- TO OORRESFONDNTS importance the type writ ng operator sceam takes her instructions in short hand shooM ft wc acthar y Uniiu far tiis rper good j sslts thelost a aatheridwce ofnot renly tiw the merchant dictating the sub tance Of oa sHaTstse titer Writ ay a on- - side of the pa what he wants to say to his correspond- Â¬ yer 3 ietfljeTtfnI in gi nog names addatt ents iJweaktettadSearcTlsiaAad aistlsct Prtw lettersand the young woman writing the on tli2 machine at her leisure Xes tcnU to decipher because cf tiuwsuca tstey are wnutn and having them all ready to -- ign be fore mail hour BANK NOTES But all these dry de ails of the type writing business are pretty well known solo so sort so street to the public What the public is per Â¬ wnlc enraptured at her feet 1 haps not so well posted on is the eti- Â¬ Ji was sot base bnt on that dav H2e lost tenor of ills way quette ot the typewriting machine Future editions of books on etiquette 3ld altogether fair lie cried Be mine my hlh soprano oride will probably contain a chapter on type- Â¬ Keep ttae with roe until lifes end written missives in their relation to hearts and voices let us Dlend socal forms Perhaps such a chapter Ow key shall be a little flat is already published elsewhere Are Aliaeir finished oneat that porter would be about the last one to There we will live on iilnor scale see it for be would be ashamed to be la style to make the Major quail found dead with a book on etiquette in Be natural admit my plea his possession There is a legend re- Â¬ iHseard the Major niarry xne us dnet lifes men ores through lated of a youn woman in Hoosierdom Esckactinj singer what say your who got mad when her lover sent her a Said she --1 sin too sharp for that letter written with a typewriter and loa never eaten me in a flat sharply replied to the effect that she I choose the notes of higher pitch wasnt to be wooed by machinery and The Major has them he is rich that all bets were oft This stbry is - A CkU in Jiambler probably untrue for Hoosier girls are not apt to turn up their noses at eligible PAIR TYPEWRITERS young men except for some radical fault The serious questons suggested the story are First Is it Orer Two Thousand of Them Em by use a typewriting machine allowable to in polite ployed in Chicago social and friendly correspondence Second Is it allowable to use it for love letters Third Would a proposal Intelligence and Good Looks a 3eth of marriage written this way hold good Sunshine of Jlany in a breach of promise ca e in a court OSc j Keady for Action Two of law These be questions that come Otaslicra Sad Fate home to all of us The first question should be answered in the affirmative The female typewriter is mostly a The second question is a poser If the jNjly and jood loolons vounjr woman young man ha3 got it bad he may be glad of tdgbteen to twenty There are now versato get any sort of a letter and vice of an authority in The over two thousand of them in Chicago such matters opinon the machine cai be is that and the number is rapidly increasing safely used up to a certain stage of the The reason for her youthf illness is found courtship and must then be discarded an the fact that the typewriting busi Â¬ for the more warmly appearing hand- Â¬ ness is siill in its infancy wiiile the fact writing For instance Miss Smythe a oi her good looks is merely another who operates thetype writer for Packer Co makes acquaintance of Mr illustration of the laws of natural selec- Â¬ Jones a retail salesman at a little tion Old girls do not learn new tricks friendly social They become interested an the way of earning k livelihood and in each other The stupid Jones does acquaint- Â¬ ihcouag ones who Iinve essayed the not know how to improve the do so and he des lpewntor w th secces have not yet had ance much as do mayres to probably never for aU he can wme to grow old The attractive and see her again But Miss Smythe s dc ceptive crculars of some typewriting womanly wit bridges the chasm She and shorthand schools have led many wr tcs to Mr Jones and here the type- Â¬ thick Sneered Bddies to take a type Â¬ writer is allowable asking some little writing course the invariable re thing that will insure a reply and open awh m such cases 1ms been that the as Â¬ Jones was to further acquaintance She pirin females soon ret rned to their writes laes in the kitchen sadder and wiser Dear Mr Jonesl am sorry to trouble you Biddies Chicago is being educated to bnt I want so much to know and I am quite a high standard of taste in this matter sure you can tell me who is the author of poem you recited that the Tiie female typewriter to be a success verybeautiful little pleasant evening at Mrs Browns it an tins city must be not only besan Why doth my heart so strangely move vouug and good looking but refined vexed intelligent and educated with the tact Is Why am I sad andmy love It becaute I pave to repair hor employers grammatical Before that it was axed breaks without injuring his dignity and Your sincere friend Marie Edith Smtthe apable ofthrowing his few vague and heterogeneous thoughts badly ex-Â¬ Then Jone will reply that the poem pressed into a cl ar concise and ex-Â¬ is by Mr Browning of London and is pressive communication Twixt Sappho and Cha entitled She gets to work either at eight or rybdis page 229 canto 48 If Jones nine o clock at nine in lawyers of- is properly caught he will call fices nd some of the larger busness around with a copy of the poem and inÂ¬ houses and at eght in the general run vite Miss Smythe out to a quiet place of business offices bhe generally ar-Â¬ in the park where they may read it to- Â¬ rives about fifteen mnutes late with a gether LTp to this point and even pleasant smile on her faee a pleasant further type written letters are permis- Â¬ Good morning on her tongue and a sible but when Jones kisses Miss library novel and a lunch box on her Smythes hand at parting arm After hanging up her hat and and tells what her sal Â¬ wrap in the closet and asking anxiously ary he has and the sort of woman his after the office boys mothers rheuma Â¬ mother is and how t is his ambition to tism she takes the cover off her ma have a httle home of his own with a chne and sponds half an hour wiping it congenial companon it is proper that with a cloth and oilinir ts joints with a Miss Smyties next note should be writ- Â¬ miniature oil can Tlien she steals a ten altogether in her own hand writing peep at the list of marr age licenses in Jones will like it If this disquisition lihc morning paper after which she should be of help to young persons sticks a plg of chewins gum or cara- Â¬ whose path to matrimonial bliss is mels in her mouth hides her novel un- Â¬ blocked by this question of etiquette the der her little apron and settles down in writer will be amply repaid her chair at the machine as though In a basement office on La Salle street ready for business But neither she a pretty typewriter sits at the front win- Â¬ nor liter machine is yet rea y for work dow in full view of the passers by and She sticks a sheet of paper between the it is quite a comnvm thing to seea row rollers and starts off briskly to write a of mashers or dudes strung along the private note to her darling Eleanor railing gazing down at the seemingly Alice from whom she had a letter this unconscious operator The oher day morning She goes along at a 240 the young lady got annoyed by the per- Â¬ gait for about ten seconds when she sistent attentions of two Enlish Iooking suddenly stops and flings heck the top individuals and sent the office boy out of the mackitte with x vie ous snap to tell a policeman to warn them of Then she joggles the paper a minute The officer the boy struck happened to and Jingoes the cranks and pulls a hair be Steve Rowan of Tipperary and if pfcrirom her back hair and jabs it at there is any one thing Steve likes worse the ribbon and sticks her gum plug be Â¬ than another its a tween tne leaves of her novel and slams Very few words Englshraan back the machine into place and starts were exchanged between Steve and the again It usually takes the girl and Englishman before the latter made an in- Â¬ iUe machine about aa hour every morn- Â¬ sulting remark and Steve promptly ing sto come to an amicable arrange marched the pair to the station where most by which work may proceed with they were liberated on promise to drop smoothness and dispatch the masher business and let modest Theyre all bright giris every moth Â¬ jrirls alone ers son of them I mean mothers The tvpewr ting machine was invented daughter said a man in the business by a Milwaukee editor in 1S67 The who had empoyed hundreds of the girls benefits conferred to the world by edi- Â¬ and sold thousands of the machines tors will probably never be fully known evert one of thom sr bright as a new The Milwaukee editor had two partners dollar Stanches have no place in this but as soon as he met a man with business 1 11 toil you how I average money and willing to part with it he nhem First they must be up to the froze the partners out and took in the average grade of fewae school teachers capital The machine has been im- Â¬ in intelligence and education second provingst ever siuce and is now rapidly they must be up to tiie average of the going into general use It looks as if saleswomen in the fashionable stores in the day were coming when the reporter the ranttor of good looks You see a will carry lis prntng machine around school teacher neednt be good looking with him and pr nt a speech or an inter- but she must be ittrt in her raainiar while it is being spoken The and spelling and figures while a high jview salaries of women typewriters range elass or bignly paid salesgirl neednt be from 25 to 75 a month with an aver- of any education to speak of but must age of about 45 When a bright girl Now type-Â¬ ha5 mastered the rud ments of short- Â¬ be pretty and gracious writers must be both A good educa- hand and the typewriting machne she tion is absolutely necessary and good j is usually able to get a situation at looks and am ability are also necessary j about 6 a week in an office where there in order to obtain or retain a good posi Â¬ is little to do and no hurry about it tion Why Well I hardly know I j After a years practice she will be able merely state the fact I suppose its j to take a situation where more expert buinan nature for people to Ike pretty work is required and where the salary faces near them A pretty grl type j is proportionately hgher A proficient wr ter is a spot of everlastingly bright young wom m who can write shorthand sunshine in a drcaryonice The system rapidly from dictation and drive the The bel of writing machine at the rate of forty lia its disadvantages them when they take the notion will words a minute can command a salary go off and marry regardless of who is of 12 to 15 a week That these wages inconvenienced May be we shall have arc too low very few who are not em- Â¬ W maid typewriters when ployers of labor will deny and yet they the stock of pretty girls run out At are princely when compared with the present the market is well stocked My salaries pad to young women in many customers Ive noticed always prefer of the big retail stores Chicago pretty girls and so I employ that Tribune kind Do you give a girl in with every A Heroic Colored Man maohine Like a chromo to a pound of tea or Not long since a negro boy came a piece of pie to every fifteen cent meal But if a man who buys very near being run over by the locomo- Â¬ 2o we dont a niachiae wants somenody to work it tive of a special train Had it not been We that uncle Mose at the risk of his own w can give him an expert hand a list of girls waiting to life seized the boy by the collar and ttftwms have jfc sttat ons cow- Â¬ rtacre are about five thousand type jerked hini backward just as the undoubthim wrtia machines in ns in the city A catcher reacnedcut to he would A gentle- Â¬ peces edly have been lar--nmber of these are operated by tfceff owners or by male operators but man who witnessed the heroic act said afcoai three thousand machine in use to the old negro I suppose yon are the father of the in die oitv are run by professional least two boy operators and of these at Xo sah his fodder libs out in de thousand it is est mated are females of these female country and sends de boy to town to git About three fourths Lc boy boards wid me his edification operators are able to write short haud Khsrt haod and tvpe wrrmg now sroing sah a great interest in lisnd in fcaad It would seem as if w a himYou seem to take very few rears these young women will does haJe a monopoly of Ae slwrt hand me Indeed ImwMfs sah His fodder owei hoard ob dat boy so for two tber of ae learners bigness The you see dis ant de right time to be ruD or the art of stenography decreasing Texas SifUngs bwsuwsss ofticc of ober bv de kars vner vest 1 e I fa--t- HOME AND FARM Herbs used in cooking shond be pounded sifted and put into bottles or tin boxes Boston Post The Farm Jburna is authority for the statement that the so called appe Â¬ tizers for fattening stoek consist All aumals like largely of sugar sugar and will eat it when other food is refused Lemon Cookies One cup of sugar two thirds up of butter one half cup ol warm water and one half teaspoon ful of soda Flavor with lemon essence and use just Hour enough to roll out Toedo Blade bake in a quick oven Discolored tea and coffee pots may be cleaned by fill ng thm with water in which two or three tablespoonfuls ol wood ashes have been placed and letting it boil up then wash thoroughly with hot soap suds and rinse Chicago The British Empire pire extends over a far larger territory than that which was governed by an-Â¬ cient Rome the superficies of the latter being one million and a half square leagues No English speak ng people is under foreign rule whilst Britain governs nearly three hundred million indivduals belonging to all nations and speaking all the languages of the world as for instance Germans Heligoland Spaniards Gibraltar Greeks Italians Turks Cyprus Arabs Aden Dutch Africa French Mauritius Ch nese Indians Persians Asia etc Christian Union t Â¬ It is pointed out that the British Em-Â¬ Dit B BCTX7SS Master of Arts CamÂ¬ bridge Unirersity England Bt yi Jacobs Oil acts Ilka magic LYDIA C VEGETABLE PINKHAMS COMPOUND Cf t1 WTTT TTTSTy - may not like hotel keepers but we have to put up with them Wis J Â¬ ec te 0r THE COCAINE HABIT The Worst Slavery Known New KoTol- atious of Power Cinclnnali Titnes Slar When cocaine was discovered the medi- Â¬ cal world exclaimed thank heaven Bnt useful as it is it is also dangerous especially when its use is perverted from the deadening of pain for surgical opera-Â¬ tions to the stimulation and destruction of the human body Its first effects are sooth- Â¬ ing and captivating but the thralldom is the most horrible slavery known to hu- Â¬ Its furfcie is setelyfor tie legitimate kealiitg p disease and the reliecffaix and tint it dues all it do ofladies cart Bartholdls Stxtao of Liberty Enllgbt- - claims tsuod thousandsrsrssTjr years is giadly testify reSeraj periodi the test of I thas eninjr tho World cal paia prosodsc regularity of seasons aad hawwhfng will bo a reminder of personal liberty for ages to come On just as sure a founda- Â¬ weakness backache aad cosscqeeat aerrous distress Probably no ether woaiaa in the world receives sa tion has Dr Pierces Golden Medical Dis- Â¬ covery been placed and it will stand many letters of thaalcs as Lydia E Pialtham ol through the cycles of time as a monument Lyca Mass Mrs E of FnfirM N H says to the physical emancipation of thousands I will simply say that your Vegetable Cosspessd is all who by its use have been relieved from has done vte Worlds tj consumption consumptive night sweats you recommend it to be Another lady writes from Ottawa as follows good I bronchitis coughs spitting of blood weak lungs and other throat and lung affections have just to day boujht the seventh bottle of your VegeÂ¬ The old chap3 who wore armor were the first mail carriers Boston Bulletin ANY WOMAN Suffering from Kidney DisÂ¬ ease orfrom troubles pe culiartohersex WW I SWAYNES M THE J3BfcCHEtUL ruWlt3 J loORESTWER f 0HDG HAJR A lt People going on an excursion are so happy to get home that they are glad they went Whex a man falls down his temper erally gets up before he dos m Journal AT- Corn Starch Cake Two cups of powdered sugar one cup of butter three fourths cup of milk the whites of six three fourths of a cup of corn- Â¬ starch two cups of Hour three table spoonfuls of baking powder mixed into the ilour flavor wth lemon Boston gen- Â¬ table Compound have used two boxes of Pills aad sev eral packages of your Sanative Wash aad think it but right to tell you how much good I derived frofa your xaedi nVw They are a regular Cod send Alltbepaias aad aches have almost disappeared my stomach is much strong too aad 1 feel myself improved every way Sold by all DroxxltU Prte T1EBREAT CURE FOR es isnt she That Miss Jones is a nice looking girl ELYS Â¬ Budget be I bt 5 To keep worms and bugs of all kinds from books sprinkle some insect powder on the shelves at the back and tie a small piece of camphor in a cot- Â¬ ton bag and place in the same place This camphor bag is also a good thing to place in the piano to keep moth from the felt pads Chicago Tiines Skimmed milk and grass alone will raie good calves if the milk is abundant and not allowed to become sour says the Agriculturist When too sour it causes scouis which counteracts its good effects Skimmed milk is rich in albuminoids and phosphate of lime thus giving a strong muscular andbonv development A little flax seed will improve it as it prevents constipation Mothers too often make the mis Â¬ take of satiatng their children with too great a variety As soon as a child t res of one toy for example there is another substtuted and discontent is the certain result The mother of four children of whom the olde t was eight and the youngest two told me that she had never had any trouble in am ising them because they were taught to play a variety of plajs with the least possible number of tojs Albany Journal One cup of Sugar Gingerbread one half cup of butter rubbed sugar and together one cup of sour milk one half teaspoonful of saleratus a little salt and flour enough so that you can roll it out place it in the pan ndent with a teaspoon put a 1 ttle speck of butter in the cavity and so on through the dough making these dents an inch apart then sprinkle on cinnamon all over the top and over that sprinkle granulated sugar taking care always to have th sugar If you do not have sour milk take instead two teaspoon fuls of cream of tartar with one of saleratus The Courier manity D of Lebanon O J L Stephens was interviewed bv our reporter yester- Â¬ day at the Graud Hotel and during the The co conversation the doctor said caiuo habit is a thousand times worse than the morphine and opium habits and you would be astonished he said if you knew how frightfully the habit is iiweas iujr it Yes and shed be the belle of the town CREAM BALM if it wasnt for one thing Gives Belief at once Whats that She has catarrh so bad it is unpleasant and Cure to be near her She has tried a dozen sorry COLD in HEAD things and nothing helps her I am for I like her but that doesnt make it any less disagreeable for one to be around her CATARRH Now if she had used Dr Sages Catarrh Remedy there would have been nothing of the kind said for it will euro catarrh HAY FEVER every time Hot a Liquid Swuff There is an unwritten law that gives the orPoxcderFreefrom wild Texas steer the right of way Boston Tnhtrioua Druax and Post a Catarrh ACmv4JlfB NyIK rurrrvrpiTr nT rziLti me 7WW ITCHING PILES I ISJ mm yi 0PrMJM yi KV ttiJ nMW rrMiwtm 2J 1 jLoi3tureiiilaiseitch Inr urii DK 5ftea V jJQrK S5f 11 stinsinic roost at nsht orsDT scratching vcTyLaaes3i3ijl a to coatinaa tumors fortawhicns bleed anil ulcerate becoming rerr aore fM SWAYNKS OINTMENT if i SUir3itchlngfcbreedUnshsaaarCiJrf THEfJJ5ESTEDKiTSWUSiClD3YDRUGaSTS ANTHEMS 0F PRAISE lat ORDER ON THE Harinouy and Vnnctualitr FARM Success in Kvery Callin important for mutton-chop-whisker- ed Many fanners fail in making their farms prolitible from want of order Whether on a small farm where the work is all done bv the owner or on a large farm where the work is done by several hands there must be a regular and early hour for rising in the morn-iniEach hand or man should know on the evening previous what is to be If chores are his done the next day he can go at them first employment If he is to without waiting for orders use a team he can have it fed curried and harnessed ready the wagon or implement he is to use can be oiled and in place ready to htch to The proprietor must make stories short with common callers and yet be courteous He can by a judicious sys- Â¬ tem and the study of the situation in coui age any ambitious help to excel in Be always labors at their counsel home drect and to in all departments Strive aid to cultivate a good feeling between laborer and employer Have stated time for meals for milking and commencing the regular work also for retiring from the field Make the farm produce su- Â¬ perior crops and also strive to raise the best kinds All products of the farm garden vineyard ordair should be put up hon estly yet in the most attractive manner for market If business or pleasure takes you away from the farm let the family know the precise hour of your return and let them know by your punctuality that your engagements are reliable Make al worthy hands boys on the farm o female help in the h use feel that they are vour equal in rights and respecta rÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ What are its effects It is tho worst constitution wrecker ever known It rums the liver and kid- Â¬ neys in half a year and when this work is done the strongest constitution soon suc- Â¬ cumbs Do you know of Dr Underbills case here in Cincinnati That leading physician who became a victim of tho cocaine habit Yes His case was a very sad one but tho habit can be cured I havo rescued many a man from a worse condition What worse than Dr Underbills Indeed sir far so Justin AL Hall A 3L M D president of the Stste Board of Health of Iowa and a famed practitioner and Alexander JSoil M D professor of surgery in the Columbus Medical College and president of the Academv of Mediciue a man widely known Rev W P Clancey of Inlianapolis Ind from personal ex-Â¬ perience in opium eating etc can tell you of tho kind of success our form of treat Â¬ ment wins and so enn H C Wilson for-Â¬ merly of Cincinnati who is now associated with me Would you mind letting onr readers into tho secret of your methods Well young man you surely have a good bit of assurance to ask a man to giTO his business away to tie public but I wont wholly disappoint you I have treated over 20 000 patients In common with many eminent physicians I for years made a close study of the effects of the habits on the system and the organs which they most severely attack Dr Hall Dr INeil and Mr Wilson whom I have mentioned and hundreds of others equally as expert mada many similar ex-Â¬ periments on their own behalf We each found that these drugs worked most de-Â¬ structively In the kidneys and hver in fact finally destroyed tnem It was thou apparent that no cure could b9 offacted until those organs could bo restorid to health We recently oxhausted the entire range of medical science experimenting with all known remedies for theso organs and as the result of these close investiga- Â¬ tions we all substantially agreedr though following different lines of inquiry that the most reliable scientific preparation was Warners safe cure This was the sec-Â¬ ond point in tho discovery The third was our own private form of treatment which of course we do not divulge to tho public Every case that we have treated first with Warners safo cure then with our own private treatment and followed up again with Warners safe euro for a few weeks has been successful Theso habits cant be cured without using it becauso the habit is nourished and sustained in the liver and kidneys The habit can be kept up in mod- Â¬ eration however if free use be nko made at the same time of that great remedy Yes it is a world fame i and justly cel- Â¬ ebrated specific Like many ohor physi- Â¬ cians Iued to deride the claims made for it but I know now for a fact that it is the worlds greatest blessing bavin r sovereign power over hitherto incurabe diseases of the kidneys and liver and when I have said that young man I havo said nearly everything for most diseases originate in or aro a rgravated by a depraved condi- Â¬ tion of tho kidneys People do not realize this because singular as it may seem the kidneys may be in a very advanced stage of decomposi-Â¬ tion and yet 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ob- Â¬ PRIZE STORIES serving man though he runs can see count tor but little and eventually fall to the ground entirely if the outcropping 1st proofs point in a direction opposite to the arguments Improvement as regards swine bred for feeding can be effected easily without part ng with shapeliness or fatten Â¬ ing tendency simply by crossing one breed of improved swine with another the two having no direct knship or blood in common The great refine- Â¬ ment found in high bred swine n gen- Â¬ eral undeniably weakens the vii viv of the hog and his powers of reisilug dis- Â¬ The other Prize Stories eight in all will be published during 1887 ease Now in the crossing of two op- Â¬ posite breeds though both are what are termed tine new vigor is obta nod withany one w subscribes now and sends us 175 we will send the Comoanion free frora tha Hts9 out parting with the marketable hape I ni Am liis he subscription is received to January 1st 1887 and a full year from that date This offer mclsdaa 111 in place of lessening the fatten ng and I fT I i SytiS tit lV J04H3 5 iHfi I I the Double Thanksgiving and Christmas Numbers BanHMonsj Order CketorJUsisiersdJetier tendency this is manifestly increased National Live tock Journal Samyjle Copies and Pull Annotmcenicat Pre Address PERRY MASOft GO PfiMSfeR 43 78Spfe PfeSS B8S25 MtSS Pleaso mention this paper Three hundred and forty patients at were admitted to tle insane asylum r Sapa CaL during the past year iijl with ilarkeabl- Vior Without Part -- 1iiji has had wonderful success In curia catarrh Give It a trial Be sure to cet Hoods I suffered severely from chronic catarrh aris ing I believe from impure blood It became very bad cauintr much soreness of the bronchial tubes and a troublesome cough which gave trreat anxiety to my friends and myself as two brothers died from bronchial consumption I tried many advertised medicines for catarrh both mhaiini and interna but it was simply money thrown away as I received no beneat I was at last induced to try Hoods Sar eaparilla and I am not the same man in health or feelings My catarrh is cured my throat i entire well and a dyspeptic trouble accompanied by sick E M IiXCOLN headache have all disappeared 35 Chambers Street Boston Â¬ No NOW SELL THEItt Sample Classics logue of School Booka free C DeSllver 11C3 Walnut Street Philadelphia O HHIIE STUDY nse LATIH the at SIGHT Inteklineak pace and Cata Pa Sons GREEK rartlcuIarafreeJWoBTnBoxiaabtLouliMo- - KamlIHtheMnnr team Washer CLI BKATEO mcSYWHERK ampIeenrtaL PATTERNS a BLANK BOOKS WX Suv them from C Tu WOODBO w CO MS Wslast Street Meatloa this pavaer wfcea eracjisut yPH1 i SSSSSSESsBases for maiter Tidies Hoods Mnv av etc Sentbymal forL FREE-- E ROSS A CIRCT--LAR- S CO TOLEDO OHIO JJ GUNS D tftrrlIJT- 0 T5 Hoods Sarsaparilla lilHMM1y s 3 Â¬ in-and- -n 1 Companion First Prize Story Blind Brother will begin Jan II n Â¬ Serial and Short Sto litJdl Â¬ 3J -- I00T Jr i M 0 c it 9 o i Bm 3eeek Heeaij BPEJTCEB COOPER 8 through those towns and take the route suggested in these Editoe columns a few weeks ago Renew your subscription to The Herald today and get your neighbor to take it also Let us all pull together Ko HAZEL GREEN KY - if JTEDNESDAY MARCH 16 1887 ANNOUNCEMENTS to announce Hon B X PJeraik of EzeL Morgan county as oaadiiate for the State Senate from this the Tfeirty fearta District subject to action of We are aaeroed Jhe Jeaecratjc party mountains you may live you will be rewarded for your out lay Â¬ matter in what part of the Remember that every time you answer a catch penny ad vertisement the sum spent for the paper in which you saw the advertisement and the amount you send away for the pinch back jewelry and sun 4ial watches would help just that much towards supporting your home paper you should bear in mind also that The Heeatj is working for your substantial aid It is working to secure good prices for stock and produce and at the same time cheapen groceries cloth ing medicines c It can and will do all these things if each man will assist it One dollar is not much for each one to pay hut in the aggregate the sum thus realized would enable us to do great good for this counÂ¬ Breathes there a man with soul so dead who never to himself hath said Ill pay for The Â¬ Herald before I go to bed CALIFORNIAS CLIME A LAND WHERE SNOW IS PERPETUAL AND FLOWERS NEVER PJNE Iter Brace Trimble a Jfatlvo of Hazel Green Describes His New Home on the Pacific Slope try- Orange California writes of that country andsays the eli minate is delightful He ought to have invested his money in his native hills and helped the development that is soon to come He may yet find not withstanding the mildness of that climate that it was a cold day when he purchased property out there instead of trying to develop the hills up on which he was wont to feed his fathers flocks this country will be developed and the people will wallow in wealth Then will our young friend realize what might have been and regret that he did not remain on his native heath and feed his MasÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Bye-and-bye erly of this place hut now of Hev Bruce Trimble form- Â¬ as my for- Â¬ mer letters have not appeared in your columns I now ask that you give me a line yes a line and a half or two lines while I tell of some things in the distant West It is not my intention to give She needs none California a send off In fact for my own pleasure she is alÂ¬ ready too far oft from Kentucky Now Mr Editor dont think that I am home-Â¬ sick or discouraged with my prospects physical financial or social By the in- Â¬ experienced California is thought to be a land flowing with milk and honey where flowers perpetually bloom and the sweet voiced birds never cease their songs With a slight change I would modestly say Thems my sentiments lam pleased with my new home My health is good so is my appetite for I fare sumptuously every day Thev sav I look better handsomer perhaps My present ngnnng weignt is aoouc l jy ids ozs If I continue to growl will be a large man Like most or many Eastern peo- Â¬ ple who come to this State I have invest- Â¬ ed in repl estate Near Pomona I bought twenty acres unimproved and in Pomo- Â¬ na five residence lots also four in Santa Ana three miles from Orange For the information of friends in general and the curious in particular will say that these residence lots are not for my own occupancy Am only speculating Oeaxge Cal Feb Dear Editor Inasmuch 21 1887 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ters sheep time alone can dispel He was an embodiment of all elements of the model man a fond husband affectionate father firm friend and consistent christian Though his early life was outside the pale of the church he was ev- Â¬ er a moral man who responded to all appeals for charity with a liberal hand A year ago he united with the rres hyterian Church and was in full fellowship when he died Â¬ Â¬ The death Gardner has sadness over State which of Hon Joseph cast a gloom of this part of the lowed Orange is a small town near the Santa Ana river bed one mile from the depot rf the Southern Pacific and thirty two miles from L03 Angeles the rapidly growing city of more than 40000 The population of the Orange precinct is about 2000 The town has five churches an attractive public school building re- Â¬ cently erected at a cost of 10000 one weekly newspaper several stores of gen- Â¬ eral merchandise a public reading room g c and is surrounded by a district Near by in Anaheim is a large winery The Muscat raisin grape apricot fig lemon and orange are the principal fruits in this valley During the past two years scale bugs have greatly damaged the orange groves The fruit men hope to discover a deadly remedy for this pest but if they do not succeed Southern California has many attractions fruit-growin- There are many friends in Kentucky to whom I would enjoy writing if there were time for such a pleasure Through your columns an opportunity is given for a few words California must not be so praised that all residents of Mt Sterling will desire to come here Such an all embracing depopulation must not be al- Â¬ He Delivers a Speecli at Frankfort An Â¬ nounces His Candidacy for Lieutenant Governor and Dies of Apoplexy Mrs Jane Beck wife of US Sena Â¬ tor Jas B Beck died in Washington A Frankfort special to the Louisville City on the 6th inst of inflammation of Courier Journal March 7th says Hon the stomach and bowels She was a na- Â¬ Joseph H Gardner of Salyersville Ma- Â¬ tive of Virginia and aged about sixty goffin county died suddenly at half past one years Her maiden name was Thorn- Â¬ six this evening of apoplexy Mr Gard- Â¬ ton and she was one of the nearest liv-Â¬ ner came here last evening from Georgia ing relatives of George Washington where he had been to sell a lot of horses She was also a half sister of Col Dick in which business he has engaged for years and this afternoon at the court Clark of Winchester Hon James H Mulligan has been house made an address to the people of nominated by the Democrats of Lexing Â¬ the county announcing his candidacy ton for re election as Representative to for Lieutenant Governor He went to the Kentucky Legislature He has suc- Â¬ his room at the residence of his uncle ceeded himself two or three times before Mr H P Williams immediately after- Â¬ and has always been an ardent worker ward and complained of feeling unwell for that citys interests Hon Philip P He laid down on the bed and in a few Johnston secured thenomination from moments he said that his mind was great- Â¬ ly confused and that he felt a dizziness Fayette county over two competitors Physicians were summoned The State College at Lexington will in the head batteries and applied receive 15000 per annum under the already accomplished but apoplexy had provisions of the bill recently passed by death speedily closed its fatal work and his life Congress establishing experimental sta- Â¬ Mr Gardner was a handsome gentle- Â¬ tions at all the agricultural colleges of man of fifty two years of age of splen- Â¬ the United States Prof Patterson and thinks it will be of great benefit to the did physique agreeable in manners such though modest and unassuming of school grace and cultivation as made him an Christian eountyhas a fund of 80 object of high regard by all who met 000 subscribed to build turnpikes John him He began life at the old Gardner Latham Jr the banker of New York homestead at the Burning Springs on the and a native of Christian headed the headwaters of the Licking River which list with 50000 was a famous resort for politicians in the A Hardin county man paid 25 rent earlier days of the Commonwealth for three acres of tobacco ground He In his younger days he carried on the raised 875 pounds which after expense business of merchandising but latterly of marketing left a net balance of 168 his time has been occupied with his farm A fire at Danville on the 8th des- Â¬ and live stock In 1865 he was elected troyed the grain elevator and in ill be- Â¬ to the Legislature and in 1869 73 and longing to Potts Proctor Loss about again in 1875 79 represented his district in the State Senate He has been a can- Â¬ 35000 insured for 23500 didate for Congress at various times be- Â¬ Col A W Hamilton of Montgom- Â¬ fore the convention and in more instan- Â¬ ery sometime since spoken of as a can- Â¬ ces than one has been known to yield didate for Lieutenant Governor declines his claims to insure harmony and unbro- Â¬ to make the race ken organization in the Democratic party Judge Charles Lytle is a candidate of which he has always been an earnest for the State Senate from the 30th Sena- Â¬ and able partisan By diligent and in- Â¬ torial district which includes Carlisle telligent management of a small inheri- Â¬ Cynthiana c tance he has accumulated a competency Sixty four young physicians have in ready money and large and valuable been promulgated to a world of unsus- Â¬ tracts of land in Magoffin and other pecting patients by the Louisville Med- Â¬ counties of Eastern Kentucky ical College His body will be shipped tomorrow to Since the middle of December last his home where his wife children and Nicholasville has lost 100000 by fires grand children are now assembled in all many of them the work of incendiaries the joyousness of life unconscious of Gov Knott has appointed April 9th his death and beyond the reach of means as Arbor Day and requests everybody to convey the saa intelligence to plant a tree on that day W S McChesney sen has been appointed postmaster at Lexington yice E WORD H K Milward removed The Knights of Labor at Prestona WITH ville Carroll county elected their full ticket for town officers The legal voters of Louisville will vote on the locol option question at the Augut election H P Cooper is a candidate for the Wholesale and Retail Manufacturers of Legislature from Marion county Susan K Burch has been appointed postmaster at Georgetown KENTUCKY KNOWLEDGE -- THE ffEWS DEATH OF HON JOE GARDNER BUY THE BEST The Johnston Organs Are first class in Material Workmanship and Methods of Construction They are unrivaled in power and beauty of tone and in genuine excellence far surpass all organs of other makes ever offered in our country OVER 67 GOO SOLDI LOUIS STIX W XXP0KTZ8S AXD JOS8XBS OT Dry Goods AND NOTIONS THED SACS k UXIOX S72XX3S Cincinnati KJ CLAEKE WITH SiSYers Carson Hanhran Gi LOUISVILLE KY 637 W Main Street WH GILLIS McCord WITH Aydelotte WHOLESALE HATTERS No 613 West Mats Street LOUISVILLE KY GEOEGE E TUCK Louisville Kyt witk CO GREEN HUFFAKER Wholesale Dealers In BOOTS AND SHOES 615 W3f ain St LOUISVILLE KY Invites you to call and see him wfcee jtra visit theeitv live at home and makemer money at work for ns thaa at eLse in the world Capital not needed you are started free Both sex- Â¬ es all ages Any one can do the wsrk Large earnings sure from first start Cstly outnt and terms free Better not delay Costs you nothing to send us your address and find out if you are wise you will do se at once H Hallett fc Co Portlaad 3f 9 Mean JFJEiBEjBBffiS W THE NEW AHD ELEGANT HIGH ARM Allans Eras GENERAL AND FOREIGN GOSSIP Hardman Pianos Chickering Pianos hek Pianos Emerson Piano Star Pianos Arion Stoves Pianos and the matchless Johnston Organs Grates Write for Catalogues and Prices Mantels Co Mathus- - JENNIE JUNE SEWING MACHINE IS THE BEST 31 BUT UO OTHSt sweet milk 50 cents a gallon butter 50 cents a pound butter milk 25 cents gallon and Irish potatoes at 2 per bushel The same prices can be obtained by the farmers of this section for all they produce if they will only assist their home paper and help it bring monied men here to develop our resources At Birmingham Ala eggs are selling at 40 cents a dozen As a people we are too poor to develop the great wealth that abounds but there is not aman or scarcely one in the mountains who can not spare one dollar to support his home paper that the paper may be enabled to develop it by bring ing capitalists among us Ev Â¬ ery farmer in the mountains Â¬ paper Should subscribe for his home Harris and Hill seems to be Jhe ticket most acceptable to the Democrats of this section lust now and Buckner Berry -- orange There are many valuable orange groves in the county and in this neigh Â¬ borhood some of which yield as much as 500 per acre annually Certain lo Â¬ calities are adapted to certain kinds of fruit Geraniums roses of rare fra- Â¬ grance aud beauty calla lillies and other Bowers grow in yards all winter On Saturday while walking in the country I counted without entering the yard more than forty calla lilies It was a beauti- Â¬ ful sight to me accustomed to the sever- Â¬ ities of winter At another home I saw a geraneum which had sent its branches high among the limbs of a pine I had no way for measuring its length The gentleman said it was between twenty five and thirty feet long There were but few flowers on In Mt Sterling there have been snow ice sleet and sharp winds since I left have there not Mr Editor A few you reply as you whistle and draw your overcoat closely around you I have been there Here is a weather report from Orange Once the thermometer fell to 28 two or three times to 30 of tener to 32 but is usually between 40 and 50 early in the morn- Â¬ ing rises rapidly and has reached 80 One heavy rain at intervals during ten days has fallen this winter two showers before this At Modena five miles nearer the foot hills the cold has not been bo intense Soon the fields and hills will be covered with grass flowers and weeds The farmers in this country cannot depend upon the rain fall Irri- Â¬ gation is always necessary for oranges and lemons and as a rule for other fruits and often for barley and grasses Water is an important item in this country Through Bro Tibbs you have heard of Old Baldys surrounding mountains It is more than 10000 feet high Heavy snow covers its top and far down the sides From my veranda I can see much of this mountain which usually appears to be not more than three or four miles distant sometime less but which is on air line between fifty five and seventy The deception is remarkable Account forit as you may Perhaps you will exÂ¬ plain by saying Bruce it is so because be made Cut this out return to us aud we will you free something of great value and importance to you that will start you in business which will bring you in more monev right away than anything else in the world Anyone can do the work and live at home Either sex all ages Some- Â¬ thing new that just coins money for all working big reforms We will start you capital not workers Indians and half breeds of Rolette needed This is one of the genuine impor- Â¬ county Dakota refused to pay their tant chances of a lifetime Those who are taxes and the sheriff seized their stock ambitious and enterprising will not delay The Indians were reinforced and recap- Â¬ Grand outfit free Address Trub Co and profitable enterprises without the tured it Gov Church ordered an inves- Â¬ Augusta Maine court A company is boring for oil and gas at GalipoLis Ohio and have gone down 1600 feet The indications are good The Baltimore and Ohio railroad has passed inte the hands of Alfred Sully of New York who now controls 16000 miles of track Atlanta Ga a short time since closed the saloons and now all the gambling shops have been shut up That city is Oil in paying quantities has been dis- Â¬ Pieced Pressed Japanned Tinware covered at Vance s Station Ala In the police court at Cincinnati a ne-Â¬ Hollow ware and gro girl was fined 500 for contempt of Tinners Stock CO JOHNSTON Wholesale and Retail Dealers D S 738 W Main Street LOUISVILLE KY 58 West MONEYS Fourth Street CINCINNATI O HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY The directors of the above school take that Eleasure in announcing to the publio been arrangements have made for the positive opening of the school on Monday January 3d 1S87 Three com- Â¬ petent teachers have been employed whose qualfications are unsurpassed and their ser- Â¬ vices secured for a term of years In mak Â¬ ing this announcement we feel justified in asserting that the school will beau institution which will reflect an honor on this portion of the State and unsurpassed even by the more pretentious similar institutions of the large cities Located in a favorable geo- Â¬ graphical section healthy moral free from vicious allurements and with a strict over Bight looking to the protection comfort and The LADLES FAVORITE bacanae ia LIGHT KTJSNLTIG and does such beautiful work Agents iFstvor it itobecausoitia a quick and easy seller AGENTS WASTED ifwCUTISD TBUTIIT it meat Henry Ward Beecher for forty years pastor of Plymouth Church New York died on the 8th inst He preached his maiden sermon when twenty two of age at Batavia O in what was then the First Presbyterian Church but which has since been used as a livery stable He was one of the most gifted pulpit orators in the world ranking with Spur geon of London and Talmage of Brooklyn N Y Â¬ Â¬ tigation and will furnish troops to sup- Â¬ press the Indians 400 armed and make them pay up Dr Rogers of Henry county Ind re- Â¬ cently killed a hog which for size is ahead of anything in that line The animal measured seven feet and three inches in length Its girth was six feet and one inch and it weighed 600 pounds Exclu- Â¬ sive of the sides it yielded twenty gal Â¬ lons of lard and six gallons of sausage I will be at the following places on the days designated for the purpose olmaking setestate CAMPTON MAKCH 7 1887 County Court Day HAZEL GREEN MARCH 16 1837 Regular Stock Sale Day MAYTOAVN MARCH 17 18S7 ADMINISTRATORS As administrator of A J NOTICE Cox deceased aixrsrx aron ozaouTiATt JUNE MANUFACTURING CO Csr LaSall2 A73BH8 aui Oatolo CHICAGO ILL strcft Â¬ tlement with all who are indebted to the Those having claims against the estate will be allowed three months to file the same alter which they will be barred and all of said claims must be properly proven and certified according to law A B LANDRUM Administrator McGarvcy Lexington Trustees J T Day G B Swango W O Miie Hazel Green and Prof J W McGar vey Lexington Ky or W mental training of the students parents ran rely upon their children being safe while under the care of the faculty and trustees The attention ot younij men and ladies who expect to teach is specially called to the advantages to be gained in this school at a nominal cost For terms of tuition and further informa Â¬ tion apply to W O Mize Hazel Green Ky BOB 3SUNNELLY WITH DTTNLAP BROS J L Dunlap Barrett and 730 W Main SL CO WHOLESALE SADDLERY J JY BG DunlaD 72S Manufacturers of Saddles Harneaa and dealers ia Saddlery Hardware LOUISVILLE KY c If you are suffering with weak or in- Â¬ flamed eyes or granulated eyelids you can be quickly cured by using Dr J H McLeans Strengthening Eye Salve 25 cents a box Sold by G B Swango Hazel Green and J N Vaughn Camp ton DEMOCRATIC MEETING IN MENIFEE IS THE PLACE TO BUY HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY TRIMBLE BROTHERS j Watches Clocks Repairing a Spoclalty Jewelry CHICAGO COTTAGE ORGAN Gas attained a standard o esceSeoco arkler admits of no superior Itooctalna ovary lmprovameottbatkiTeoMva genius skill and money can produce Charges reasonable aud work warranted T F CARR Respectfully TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK J M Oliver Captures the Instructions for Fkenchbubg Representative From This District MT STERLING KY CERS MT STERLING KY Ky March 7 you are near sighted Republicans pin their faith to Col W 0 Bradley for Governor but do not seem to have united upon his lieutenant Â¬ navent much of a show The The Clark County Demo crat has changed hands but the property is still possessed in the family Mr D C Lisle retires from the tripod and his brother Mr M C Lisle will mount it We wish the new editor success in his venture Â¬ Â¬ On January 31 I went to visit Bro Tibbs and stayed four days This was very enjoyable a real treat A letter from him yesterday reports his family in usual health He thinks Mr Patterson has improved some since I was there Four Kentucky families at Pomona and still they come Who next Eemem ber Orange before locating elsewhere You will be enthusiastically received Now Mr Editor in return for these lines I ask that you as my proxy shake hands with my many friends express my best wishes for their success and happi- Â¬ ness and answer the thousand and one questions which would be asked if I were in ML Sterling concerning how I like California when and why I came am I going back to the land of sunshine etc etc My next letter will be some- Â¬ thing else Sentinel Democrat Happinesa depends very much on the condition of the liver and kidneys The ills of life make but little impression on those whose digestion is good You can G- - Democratic County Committee met pur- Â¬ suant to a former call to count the vote of the various precincts in Menifee county between the candidates for Rep- Â¬ resentative in the next Legislature Af-Â¬ ter counting the vote we find that the result is as follows J H Williams 127 J H Wells 150 and J M Oliver 164 votes and J M Oliver is declared the Democratic nominee by said County Committee to represent the counties of Menifee Montgomery Powell and Wolfe and we respectfully ask the endorsement of Montgomery Powell and Wolfe counties The committee and chairman of this meeting are declared delegates to the General Convention and they are instructed to cast the vote of Menifee county for J M Oliver in convention and it is ordered that these proceedings be published in The Hazel Green Herald and the Mt Sterling Sentinel Democrat The meeting then adjourned ALFRED COMBS Â¬ Â¬ The J M BIGSTAFF President W W THOMSON Caahior DIRECTORS JfiViLIX OSOA3T q James Chorn Andrew Febler Dr R R Drake mr341y J T Highland Respectfully Invite the Mountain Merchants to Examine their Stock and Prices before purchasing is to 2XGHL SBBv sgs9 XA2TZ3ED Tom win But buy Kellys STEEL axe It is the moBt perfect axe made Also buy STEEL horse shoes They will outwear iron And use STEEL nails They cost the samo as iron For sale in Hazel Green by GB C B SWANCO J JBH FACIUmS OOM3TXXD 3C1SS TM DEALER 12 GENERAL MERCHANDISE HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY SEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FULL ASSOBTEENT OF Tieo Organs arc celebrated for vota quality of tone quick response artteUe dMten beauty In Anton perfect constructioa malnHg them the moat deelrabto crjraca for fceoes schools churches lodges societies etc SSTASXJSBXO XEPTTTATIWX CNEQUAIXD SSJULEU WOKSXO SWANGO T CASKEY W XZST XATX2XAX D L Gillespie Secretary Chairman pro tern F McGUlRE THE POPULAR ORCttH -- Chiles SV Livery Thompson Co Lexington and Winchester have joined hands in their de regulate your livr and kidneys with Dr termination to secure the Ken J H McLeans Liver and Kidney Balm 100 tucky Union railroad It will Hazel per bottle SoldNbyVaughnSwango Green and J Oampr doubtless be soon constructed toe Â¬ A Genial Restorative Ho5tettera Stomach Bitters are emphati Â¬ cally a genial restorative The changes which this great botanic repiedy produces in the disordered organization are always agreeably though surely progressive never abrupt and violent On this account it is admirably adapted to persons of delicate constitution and weak nerves to whom the powerful mineral drugs are positively inju- Â¬ rious That it initiates those processes which result in the re establishment of healthful vigor is conspicuously shown in eases where it is taken to overcome that fruitful cause of debility indigestion cou- Â¬ pled as it usually is with bilhousnes and constipation Thorough digestion regular evacuasion and abundant secretion are re- Â¬ sults which promptly and invariably attend its systematic use It is besides the best protective against malaria and a first rate MT STERLING KY Agents for Fastern Kentucky McWilliams NEW Co iastracUui Bwks Staple and Fancy Dry Goods Ready made Clothing atalcgueaaai Price ad Piaae Sti Iiat3aa appfieatfeB Hats Caps Boots Shoes Queensware Tinware GHiGASQ COTTAGE GfiSAM CG Hardware Table and Pocket Cutlery Grocer- Â¬ V Randolph and Am Sts CUKAGQ ies Stoves and Farming Implements In fact everythiug usually kept in a first class country store and at BOTTOM PRICES ATTEMTIOM We Also will take in exchange for Goods or in payment of any debt due me all kinds of WORKHGI CLASS are now prepared t urnisb all classes with emolovmentathoap Country Produca and Live Stook of every description the whole of the time or for their spare moment Busmeas new light and prota A WORD R TUGGLE able Persons of either sex easily earn from 50 cents to 5 per evening and a properties WITH WITH ate sum their time tie G Co business br devoting allearn nearly astnack Boys and girls as men That all who see this ayaed JOBBEBS OF their address and test the business we make this offer To such as are not well we will send one dollar to pay for the tre HARNESS AND COLLARS ble of writing- Full particulars ad 707 709 7J1 W MAIN STREET 95 and 97 WEST PEABL STREET Free Address GzoGS Stetson fc Co CINCINNATI OHIO Portland Maine- LOUISVILLE KY V Sale and Feed Stable MT STERLING KY Drovors and Traders Headquarters dealers for the traders call on w Harbison Cathright diuretic The attention of horse and mule is especially invited to our facilities handling of stock and we invite all of Wolfe and adjoining counties to us when in the eity SADDLERY J P Ringgold Boots and Shoes sittet etlt jaT -