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J SVWWWi JjfE Ei22S Br JSi19j SS IJ4SS v - 1V j K 4 J i 1 W vf T ViM- SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor Hazel Green Herald l V - -- n y - - HHfciLv4 W f h 3 Ji DbVotcd to tlid Development of Eastoru Kentucky I Sloo a YEAR Alwayi In Advance Volume III PROFESSIONAL CARDS W MAPEL ISAAC jAttorney-at-La- w Hazel Green Wolfe County Ky Wednesday June 8 1887 WOLFE COUNTY WINS feet wide with a straight fence 6 boards high GEOGItAPIIY 1 Define geography THE WEST POINT CADETSHIP IN A and give proof CONTEST WITH FIVE COMPETITORS of tho earths rotundity 2 What are waves tides and currents and how are they produced And Grant Lncy Her Now Distinguished 3 What determines the location of the Son Will Next Summer Lcavo Us tropics and polar circles u Gallant Soldier Boy to ua 4 Name the races of men and tho In the contest for the endctship which home of each enmc off at this place on the 30th and 81st 5 Namo the different kinds of gov- Â¬ of May Wolfe county won tho prize with ernment and defino each one of her native sona Grant Lacy G Statoand define the functions of The manner in which the examination government wnB conducted was all that could have 7 Name the States and Teritorics on been desired by any one and all tho our northern borders and give their cap- Â¬ contestants were well satisfied with the itals plan No man was known by the exam- Â¬ 8 Name a city in Europe that lies in iners but instead a number was assigned the same latitude as tho 10th Congress Â¬ each applicant by the committco of ar- Â¬ ional District rangements and after the examination 9 Upon what waters would you sail tlie number showing the best percentage in traveling from San Francisco to St was awarded the prize The examiners Petersburg starting West were Profs Dickey Downing and Erb 10 Namo the capitals of the 19 inde Â¬ and the committee of arrangements were pendent States of Europe Prof Irvine of Winchester Dr J A GRAMMAR Taulbeo of Jackson and Hon J M 1 Define English grammar i3 Knsh of this place The following 2 Define etymology the roster of applicants 3 Name the properties of a noun and Dudley W Gardner Magoffin county define case Marshall VanMcter Clark county 4 Define voice mode and tense Beverly R Jouctt Clark county 5 Define phrase and clause and W E Bryant Breathitt county point out tho difference John S Cline Pike county 6 What is tho essential difference be- Â¬ Grant Lacy Wolfe county Lacy showed 92 per cent in the tween an abridged proposition and a Grant examination and John S Clino 81 No sentence shortened by ellipsis Diagram or analyso the following sen Â¬ report of the other four applicants was tences and parse tho words in small caps made 7 Pay your bill iikfore you leave The winner is one of the most unas 8 Remember what you said suming young men in this county and 9 Ha vino bold my farm I removed surprised not only the other applicants to Iowa but his friends as well He has had a 10 To suffer all this wrong is hard hard row to hoc in his efforts to gain niRTORY many an education and has been denied 1 Name two Spanish two French possessed by those contend- Â¬ advantages ing against him With the exception of and two English explorers and tell what a few weeks attendance under Prof N thoy discovered 2 Name tho first fivo permanent set- Â¬ B Havs and a few weeks under Prof tlements within the present limits of tho Erb during the last session of Hazel Green Academy he has attended the United States when and by what naÂ¬ common schools of our county and pur Â¬ tion made 3 State briefly the causes of tho Revosued his studies at home The other lutionary war applicants have to say tho least 4 Namo four leading generals on each enjoyed advantages of wealth or educa- Â¬ tional facilities of which liis meagre side in said war and mention some battle means deprived him and some of them in which eacli was engaged 6 Who negotiated the treaty of peace were born with a silver spoon iu the to do and at the close of Revolutionary war when A determination mouth dare for the right and overcome obsta Â¬ aud by whom 6 Name the first eight Presidents cles which to many young men appear motive powers time of tho administration of each and insurmountable wero the which impelled Grant Lacy to gain the some leading event of each administra- Â¬ goal and every young man of our county tion 7 Name some important battle in and of the mountains should follow takes hard each year of the civil war and the chief closely in his footsteps It work to be sure to overcome wealth and officer on each side 8 Give a brief account of the Atlantic position in the struggle for eminence lias demonstrated that cable out Grant Lacy 9 How is tho President elected work will win 10 How and when has our territory That ovcry one of the young men were cau not be dis- Â¬ been acquired bright intelligent boys puted and this of itself makes the prizo Tho Boom won by young Lacy the dearer Any The Hazel Green Herald is giving one of the six applicants would have done honor to the position aspired to and its readers some good articles on tho re- Â¬ honored Kentucky It ia safe to say sources of the mountains and wo aro that any of the contestants would have glad to see so much effort on the part of been victorious in an ordinary examina- Â¬ onr brother mountain editors Too much tion for it ia very seldom that a per can not be said in this direction The ceutagc of 92 in a possible 100 is attain- Â¬ encdmium given tho mountain pcoplo by ed ft is therefore not at all detrimental The Herald is true and cannot be im- Â¬ to the delinquents that thoy were defeat- Â¬ proved upon All laconic lnuditory language used ed With the intelligence possessed by each a little more application might by the press in extoling the resources of the mountains of Lastern Kentucky have awarded the prizo to another A year will elapse before the appoint- Â¬ will doubly repay us With tho extension of tho K U road ment is made to West Point by Hon W P Taulbee and both young Lacy and the building of the proposed Char- Â¬ and Clino will go before the Board at leston Kentucky and Western road our Theres many slip twixt mountains must be the center of wealth West Point cup and lip and lest Licy drink the and enterprise No section in tho world dregs of disappointment wo advise him will equal it in quality quantity and va- Â¬ to look to his laurels forSint Cline is a riety in tho productions of nature to at Â¬ shrewd one aud no mistake Hes aa tract capital All that is needed is capital and skill sharp as a tack point upward Messrs Gardner Bryant Jouctt and to start the machinery of tho boom whoeo VanMcter have our sympathy in their f uturo rumblings may even now bo heard Stanton Monitor defeat but the fact that they fell before should in fc foe worthy of their steel spire them to renewed energy and in Something Nw their magnanimity they should wish the Outsiders frequently wonder whero the winner well A placo in the navy will railroads obtain proper return for some be vacant soon maybe and one of the of the ingenious but costly methods four will have a chance for a placo In adopted in advertising their lines One tho forecastlo of a training ship of the latest to attract our attention is a Below are the questions propounded nicely bound 64 pago book entitled ARITHMETIC What to do containing description What are tho fundamental princi Â¬ and tho correct rules of a largo number l of games suitable for parlor or lawn which ples of arithmetic has been issued by tho Passenger Depart Â¬ 2 Defino each term 3 What is a fraction ment of tho St Paul Minneopolis and 4 Name and define tho terms of a Manitoba Railway aud will wo under- Â¬ stand bo forwarded postpaid upon receipt fraction C Nanio and defino tho different kind of 8 cents by O H Wnrrcn General Passenger Agent at 8t Paul It ia a of fraction 0 Nnmo and defino tho elements in- Â¬ hook that would ornament almost any table and interest both old and young volved in percentage Â¬ Number 14 3 one whom the Marshal has under arrest shall be fined in any sum not less thau ten dollars nor more than twenty dollars Sec 18 Any person or persons suf foring or permitting their hogs to run at largo within tho corporate limits of the town of Hazel Green shall be fined five dollars for each twenty four hours suchT hogs aro pomittcd to run at largo after having beon notified by the town Mar flhal to restrain the samo HAZEL GREEN LAWS PUBLISHED FOR THE FIRST TIME HAZEL GRKEN KY Will practice iu all the Courts of Wolfe Powell Menifee and Breathitt counties Title cxaminoil abstracts furnished tax- paid for nonrvsidouU real estate bought and Hold Collections a specialty And Real Estate Agent A JOHN H EVANS HAZEL GREEN KY Hespectfnully solicitis the patronage of the public and will attend promptly to all bus mew entrusted to hia care Examiner of Depositions for Wolf county T SWANQO HAZEL GREEN KY Wjr Deputy County Court Clerk of Wolfe Will attend to all business entrusted to him with promptness and dispatch EO E WHITT Of Elliott County WITH Henry Knoefel JO C Co 210 W Market St Louisville Ky Solicits the patronage of Eastern Kentucky tor Blank Books Blanks c By Order of tho Tnntaca That No Ono Cau Plond Ignomncs Section 1 Bo it enacted by tho Board of Trustees of tho town of Hazel Green that it shall bo unlawful for any person or persons to shoot or discharge fire armsof any kind within tho corpro ato limits of said town except for slaugh Â¬ tering cfttlo or hogs and any person or offending therein shall bo fined vo dollars for each offense Sec 2 If any person shall be guilty of a breach of the peace withiu tho corpo- Â¬ rate limits of said town ho or they shall be fined in any sum not exceeding twen Â¬ ty dollars for each offense Sec 8 If any person or persons shall be guilty of tho oilenso of drunkeness committed within the jurisdiction of tho polico court of tho town of Hazel Green he ot they shall be fined one dollar for each offense Sec 4 If any person or persons shall be guilty of tho offenso of running u horse beast jack joannct or niu on any of tho streets or alloys of tn town of Hazol Green ho or they shnil hv fined in any sum not exceeding ten rs for Sec 19 Ordered that any person guilty of disorderly conduct in said towa shall be fined not exceeding twenty dol lars for each offense LYKINS County Attorney Hoal Estate Agent and Notary Public Practices in all Courts in Wolfe and joining Counties and Court of Appeals Collections a Specialty Campton Woifr County Ky Ad- - a c BAKER Attorney at Law JACKSON KY JR J A TAULBEE Â¬ Physician and Surgeon J H Jackson Breathitt County KENTUCKY B TAULBEE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office HAZEL GREEN KY Office over W T Caskcys store hours 8 to 11 A M and 1 to 4 P M All calls attended to day or night each offense Sec 5 It is hereby maii mi lawful as it suitable candidate for that high for any person to hitch an uivaHtrntcd trust 2nd Thit it i duo fo tho people of horse stud jack or bull on nny of the publicstreets in the town of Hazol Green the dirttritf nf t IsM ilu fev Kivnv Vnl or to exhibit Buch stud jack or bull foi j ley that the fonaii bt n from this the purpose of showing him on nny said portion jf ihv MnMct 3d That xvi hlorso the pi uiciplcs of streets and any person or persons offend- Â¬ ing therein shall bo fined not under ono tho RvpuMii n party m oman inted at their coiNoniiou on the 11th of May in nor over fivo dollars for each oflenso Sec 6 If any person owning a slut tho city of Louisville and vhcormuj of tho dog kind permit her to run at endorso the noiuirmw of said ivontio large within tho corporate limits of tho nnd pledgo them our united m oort town of Hazel Green while in heat or 4th That R U Hill J fr BcU dogging said person shall bo fined in any G W Gourley II L Whc le Walk sum not under two nor over live dollars Jamison Geo McKinny 7 Arnol G D Ilieronymous W H for caah offense JV Sec 7 If nny person shall wilfully Smallwood TI103 Pryso E M ryso interrupt or disturb any congregation of E Hammons Alox Strong Jnmixbmith pcoplo assombled together for tho pur- Â¬ Jos Strong Josiah Webb Joseph Thom pose of religious worship or interrupt or as W P Hill D J Shoomaker Philip disturb any school or seminary or assem Â¬ Willians Patrick Williams Lovi Adamt blage of people assembled together for a L B Roberts and nil other Republicans legal purpose said person shall be deem Â¬ of Lee county aro appointed delegates ed guilty of violating the by laws and to said convention and they nro directed ordinances of the town of Hazel Green to cast their votes in accordance with and fined not less than twenty nor more these resolutions 0th That these resolutions bo publish Â¬ than fifty dollars and not exceeding fifty days imprisonment either or both in the ed in tho Mt Sterling Gazette Three Forks Enterprise Hacel Green Her discretion of tho jury Sec 8 If any person be guilty of ald Mountain Echo and Stanton Moni W H REED Chn tho offense of public indecency within tor J E Hammon Secy tho town of Hazel Green said person shall be fined not exceeding twenty dol v 1- Leo county held at tho Court House in Beattyville on tho 23d day of May 1887 W H Reed was choson Chairman and J E Hammons Secretary On motion a committco of fivo persons was appointed viz It C Hill J M Bcatty L D Ar Â¬ nold G W GourloyaudGeoMcKinney who after retiring roportcd tho following resolutions viz Resolved 1st That recognizing ia the Hon Jas M Sebastian of Boonoville Ky all the qualities necessary to make a Stato Senator of whom not only the 3 KIT Senatorial District out tho whole State would bo proud wo unhesitating Â¬ ly and most cordially recommended hiui to tho people of this Senatorial District Republican Moating At n meeting of tho Republicans of -w i t 1 Â¬ Â¬ HOTELS P IERATT HOUSE J H I am now The New Phccuix HAZEL GREEN KY Pieratt Proprietor running the little hotel around the corner on Broadway and respectfully Olvlie mv loruivr jjuvruua anu uun uiift iiiieu ji vie generally to can urn caa uuu smeeu oy my oiacc DAY J n riERATT HOUSE Hazel Green Ky The best the market affords will be found upon the table at all times and the public Guests putronagc is respectfully solicited will have ice and other luxuries to be had in tirst clsss country hotels In connection i u fine stable for hornes and shed room for vehicles in charge of good hostler Paatur age for horses Mrs LOU DAY Proprietress Xlarrltiou Swango Proprietor Every effort will be made to make every thing as pleasant for invalids aud pleasure oekers as possible during the coming ca Rates of Boarding c very reason koii Ue Call on or address nARRISON SWANGO Hazel Green Ky for particulars Newly Fitted and Refurnished SWANGO SPRINGS BOARDING HOUSES pOMBS HOUSE u X3L CAMPTON KY 8 SCOIABS Proprietor The patronage Of the traveling public is rvjpfcctfully 8blldlcd Table the best and Vvery attention for the comfort of guests A DAMS HOUSE SaLYERSVILLB KY i m j ii Q B AoAMB Proprictoiu This old and Veil knewu house has been thoroughly relUod and reAirnlihcd and la now open for the reception of the public Nothing Shairbo Left Undono to Mako G 11 Adams luet Cotnfortabo 7 8 What are tho applications of per- Â¬ MISCELLANEOUS furiish tll oliuteM with eiaploymunt at home ho whole of the time or for their jpare itiomeitU Ntuliuw now light ami prufita ublu Persona of either uvx ciully earn from g cunt to f4 por evening nwl a iroioitI ttu m by devoting nil their I uuu to the tnuhitfk Iioya and girl earn nearly m much m invn That nil who ee tula may acini thilrftdJroMnml tst the bualnwa we make tuflil tltU oftur To uuh m lire nut vrull v Mill cml una dollar to pay for the Irou Full parllculura and outlt til of wrlln Kra Addrm OKOHUK TIHOH oC0 centage ffOHMvul uLAuOlaru now prepared to A man stock at 98 bought 75 shares of bank IIu hold it for 8 years 0 months receiving a semi annual divi Â¬ dend of 4 jHr cent on tho same when ho sold it at 105 Mouoy being worth 0 per cent slinplo interest what was his gain IVfllaH Maluc 81y 0 If 10 men cm build a wall in 7 ilaya and 4 of them nro alotit at first 21 days how ninny inoru iniiot Uioy brlnf with thvm to complete tho work in Uw We tkli week tend Thk Ukkami m a wmo timer MMpl to a good wwty wto art not mk-10 How many iKMrda of tho oflgU twlblo equal luuitth will in clwi a m acritw awi o4kUWmr Hbcrlptw to wit mm Ugutar field 0SV tot loi 4 9947 tlQQ a Thousands of pcoplo suffer with back ache not knowing that in inoct cases it is a symtom of diseased kidneys and liv- Â¬ er which plasters and lotions cannot heal Tho best nnd safest remedy is Jr J II McLeans Liver and Kldnoy Balm 100 liottlo Sold by G 1 Swano liasol Sor and JN Vaughn OaBpton MMMMM yr wr tot Any person owning horses Sec Thmiflanda nf ThlngN There Sold within tho corporate limits of Hazel And tlio Cheap by D I Garrison Ho Green nnd knowingly suffers them to run THE GOLD DUST RANGE at large over said town shall bo fined in Is of wrought iron and will last a life any sum not exceeding two dollars for time It has a largo oven fire clay back each offense and nickol trimmings It is the equal Sec 10 That whoovcr shall in tho St Louis Homo Comfort ranges presence of another person or persons use of tho sold 65 nnd 70 which any abusivo or insulting language in- Â¬ range made at If you want or any other n tending thereby to insult such other per Â¬ cooker good for coal or wood first clava made ut son or persons or with tho intention of Louisville whore repairs can bo had get provoking an assault shall bo fined not the Gold Dust a six hole range with 30 exceeding twenty dollars in tho discre- Â¬ gallon tank and all tho vessels at 50 and tion of the court Wo offer it ns tho cheapest and 06 Sec 11 All shows concorta or any in tho world and you would exhibition for which admission fee is bent rango pay 00 and 05 for it if somo smooth- Â¬ charged the owner or proprietor thereof tongued agent wero its merits shall pay a license or tax as follows to at your door You to present dollars by savo ten wit If exhibited in a hguse shall pay buying it directly of tho solo agent D B two dollars if exhibited in u canvass or Garrison Masonic Temple Mt Stertent fivo dollars for each performance ling Ky where tho except said exhibition or concert is gotten Kentucky are soldi cheapest stoves in up and carried on by the citizens of tho town of Hazel Green Tho Meiklo plow is tho cheagest Sec 12 Any person or persons fail- Â¬ best plow in this market Call and and seo ing to obtain the license required iu Sec- Â¬ it D B Garrison Mt Sterling tion Eleven shall be fined not oxeccding double tho amount of such license but Decorated China Dinner and Tea any person violnting this section shall Sets from 650 to 85000 Best good not be fined less than tho amount of tho for tho money A full lino of dlsheff tax or license required cheapest in Kentucky Sec 13 That Section Nino be amended D B Garrison Mt Sterling so as to read as follows to wit Any per- Â¬ son owning or controling a horso or horses Hoes Rakes Axes Picks Long Shov within the corporate limits of tho town ols D Shovels and Garden Forks cheap of Hazel Grocn nnd knowingly suffer it at D B Garrisons Mt Sterling or them to run at largo over sitid town shall be fined in nny sum not exceeding Stoves and Ranges Hardware Loeku two dollars for each offenso Cutlery Hinges Nails Bolts Took Sec 14 Any person or persons ob- Â¬ Hoes Rakes Plain Dishes Tinwar6 structing any of tno streets or alleys of Glassware etc at lowest cash price the town ot Hazel Green or suffering Call nnd see us D B Garrison Mt permitting or ordering tho same to bo Sterling done by any ono in his or their employ Lanterns with dash board attachment shall bo fined not exceeding two dollars the best thing outAt for every twenty- - four hours that said I B Garrisons Mt Sterling obstructions remain on said streets or alloys nftor having been notified by the Tho handsomest Chamber Seta ever Marshal to romovo the samo mado as well as tho cheapest ranging Sue 15 At tho regular Juno mooting from 1200 to f20 for a ten piece Mt in each year tho Board of Trustees of Call and sco them tho town of Hazel Green shall by reso- Â¬ D B Garrison Mt Sterling lution detcrinino tho rato of taxation for town purposes for tho ensuing year Step Ladders four foot 125 ait and all persons llabl6 to said taxation foot 100 eight foot 175 at shall be assessed as of dnto Juilu Ut of D I Garrisons Mt Bierllng each year Bkg 10 Whoever wilfully wanton Â¬ Barbed annealed and galvanised wirt ly or carelessly damages dofaees or do at lowest prices and everything plat t ties troy s any of tho public buildings or lowest ratoa the InclosuroM thereof within tha corpo Â¬ D R OakxmoK Mt Stocr rate limits of the town of Haael Green Wall be fiatd In my auto mi txeeedlng JIOiWp RWvVW IMMI XJrvNiv RMJHa JBBHHff twenty dollar Smo 17 Anjr m wvq abut mhi 1 It Q AftXMori Mtt WtirtUg tW Marakal of Uve town ot Vtml Qm ill IU IUI1UW in Uw perforiiMttee st Uk dutbi r my 9 Â¬ ll lare MASONIC TEMPLE MT STERLING KY mkill t S k- - n M rfc 4 t ft v 1 -- i fL i J i g W -- tC HHN Hazel Green Herald COOPER fcvBACK Publishers HAZEL GREENY - KENTUCKY CURRENT TOPICS Favek typos of a largo size nro now mado Adelaide Wilson lCgan life as a childs nureo Tub uho of Bnails hb food is increasing in Now Orleans Mr Wasiunotok is still whito with snow from top to base AVisu with guilt oyobrows is caught oft thoEnglish coast Geouoia will celobrnto hor second Arbor Day next November Dexvkkb directory maker says tho city contains 80000 pcoplo IlnsMA is said to Bpond 200000000 annually for hor armament Dkthoit has mora than 200 miles of clcc trio wires underground It is proposed to put 60000000 Russian peasants back into serfdom A lloss is tho nnmo of a newly elected Justice of tho peace ut Peru 111 A iiuiioi AK seldom docs his work nlono Ho generally has jimmy with him When Ilonry Goorgo lived in California ho was an inspector of gas motors As Omaha grocor gives away un orlgiual poom with ovory cako of soap ho sells At tho present rate of decrease tho national debt will disappear in twelve years Is Now York n policeman clubbed a young man for performing on an accordion London has thirty soveu theaters music halls and llfty cight concert rooms An unknown quantity may bo described ns what you got when you buy a quart box of Btrawbcrrios Queen Victouias jubilee has been celebrated with groat pomp in Teheran tho Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ twen-ty-sove- n Â¬ Â¬ year European possessions Tm old homo of Aaron Burr is among tho property juHt purchased by u real estato syndicate in New York Fjftv titoisani copies of Mrs Clevelands ftiotograph havo already been sold Tho demand M nbout HX a day Jay Goulds purchases of Arkansas lands cover fully ton thousand acres located In three different counties Tub Philadelphia Prtis Bays tho collogo curriculum now consists of u baso ball guide and Haitians rules 6n rowing Gkneuai Uuckneus admirers in Ken Â¬ tucky aro going to make Bolivar Betty and tho Baby their campaign slogan The richest young man in Philadelphia society is August 13 Jessup Ho it only tweiitj four and lias an Incomo or 0000 a Â¬ Â¬ capital of Persia Tun Itussian duty on iron and stool and on articles manufactured from iron and stool has been raised And now comes tho report thnt Russia and Austria aro plotting against Turkeys survived no fowor thannovonty two roign Ing sovereigns who were ills contompor nrios Tub Now York Sonata has passed a bill prohibiting tho uho of coal stoves in cars This is a good timo to put such a law in forco GovEitNon Amep of Massachusetts lives In ninguiilcont styio It costs him fully fWXX a yur to keop up Ids litnton estab Â¬ In his ninety years Kaiser WUholm has lishment The University of Pennsylvania has do r P cided that from tho opening or next session no cignrotto smoklug by tho students will bo allowed A Camfoiinia court has decided that vhon a man is taken ill at a hotel no extra chargo can bo mndo for serving bis meals in his room The longest continuous railway run now mado is said to bo that of tho new Sarato ga limited from Now York to Troy 143 miles without Btop The Iutor Stato Commorco Commission has taken 700 pages of tostlmony rolativo to tho operation of tho long and short haul clauso in tho tiouth Kaiiolani Kaptlvatos Kalifornia Komo Kwocnly Kanaka is tho rapt way In which tho BoBton Tramcript addresses Uio Hawaiian Quccu One of tho Albany N Y storokcopors Is a young girl 11 f teen yoars old Sho muuagos tho storo without assistance aud pursues a growing business The Paris exhibition of 1839 will be post Â¬ poned till 1800 and will probably bo aban Â¬ doned eventually on account of a lack of co operation by other countries Jin KanniPE Irish tenant in this coun- Â¬ try with Editor William OBrien Is worth 00000 and lives In a palaco which would rent In any city for 1 10000 a year DULTjTit has among hor citizens Spring Winter Summer Breeze Itnlnoy Dewey Frost and Snow but claims that Mr Cy CIoro has never visited tho city yet Tkk gifts qf tho lato Wm Do Pauw In Â¬ diana glass manufacturer to tho Grocn castlo Ind Unlvorslty which bears his name amount to moro than 1000000 St Paul has a land syndicato which glvs land freo to now manufactories lo eating there and they employ a salaried agent td travel and drum up business THR probability that Sunday la Illinois will bo stopped by action of the Legislature has thrown a dampor on tke spirits of tho amateur clubs la tho Â¬ ball-ploy-ia- g Utc A wohan Mrs Louisa Daniels has Wn aa pilot of a Lake Champlaln atcaiaor Hor examination tfeauueted bi ll 8 Inspectors Usald to havo been most lle -- Â¬ satisfactory 4at Uouut Km taken to eating snails got kU Strang appetite whilo in Now Vert wcwjtly fcy art in tho scatter t mmum mrm r c WW fJtmWHl la f lilPjilii m imn at IMI a I muu tk dt hkhw t 3mimt wtmu K WM Ul t rotd WaWa0otaat clam aud aro Sjh- - 1ks NEWS NOTES All tho brbwors of San Francisco havo discharged their Union men About J00 mon nro thrown out of work It is rumored thnt a filibustering expedi tion has succcdod in lauding a formidable body on tho Island of Cubit Fathor Wnldron founder and for nearly thirty years pastor of SU Johns Catholic church Chicago died a few days ago Ho had been suffering from dropsy for sovoral weeks Paul Grottkau tho Milwaukee Anarchist who mado incendiary speeches in that city Inst May was sontouccd bv Judge Sloan tho other day to ono year In tho House of Correction Mayor Rocho has appointed John J Fin crty oil inspector for Chicago at n salary of 10000 Flnerty Is editor of tho Chicago Citizen and ono of tho leading Irish aglUitors of tho country Ho served ono term iu Congress and was dofcated by Frank Lawlor It is stated on rcllablo authority that James W Hyatt of Norwalk Conn has been nppoiutcd Treasurer of tho United States in plnoa of Mr C N Jordan Mr Hyatt has for some im past occupiod tho rosponsiblo position of bank oxamlnor for tho States of Connecticut and Rhode Island Miss Mattio Mitchell the daughter of Sonator Mitchell of Oregon who is re- Â¬ ported to bo engaged hi marriage to Sir Llonol Sackvlllo West tho British Minister sailed for Kuropo on tho steamer Auranla accompanied by hor Mother Tho British MinUtor loft for Uuropo last week and will wait at Liverpool for Miss Mitchell and hor mother Judge James It Grogan died ofBrlghts disease of tho kidneys at his residence at Logan O tho other day Ho was sixty woyears old Judgo Grogan nerved in tho Mexican war and was chairman of tho Hocking County Military Comuiittco in tho last war Ho hud been County Recorder Mayor of Logan and Judgo or tho Common pleas Court and was one of tho most prominent jurists in Southern Ohio Tho parties to the romantic storv which hns bcon tolegraphod from Now Haven Conn of tho ro puyniont of a debt of honor of nearly 700000 aro well known at Charleston S C Tho Southern banker nnd former bookkeeper is Oeorgo Williams of Bisnoy of the banking ilrm of Williams tho latter city and lits former employer to whom ho returned tho money is Daniol Hand who now resides at Guilford Conn Tho thrco moldcrs unions of Chicago oro preparing to establish a co operative foundry Sir William Young ox Chief Justice of Nova Scotia died a fow days ago Ho was cno of tho oldest and ablest of tho public mon of tho Province Work has been resumed on tho tunnel under tho Hudson river at Now York after four years suspension One hundred mon nro at work Tho company having control of tho enterprise has bcon reorganized and it is said they will push it to completion Thomas A Edison who has returned to Now York from Florida says that he made experiments whilo South which convince him that telegraphing through water with the aid of wiro will ultimately bo made possible so that for instance ships several miles apart at son may coinmuuicato with one another Dr John B McFerrin ono of tho most noted mon of tho Methodist Episcopal church died at Nashville Tenn a few days ago Ho had been In the ministry for over half a century and was at tho time of his death at tho head of the Mcthodiit publishing house Ho was scvonty nini years old Mrs Susan Sullivan nnd ilvo small chil Â¬ dren arrived ut Chattanooga Tenn tin other day from Pierce Mo having walked tho entire distance of over six hundred miles Her husband died in December leaving tho family among strangers and penniless Mrs Sullivan wus obliged to walk to hor former home Rusolutions were adoped at tho Mormon Quarterly Conference held at Halt Lako City tho othor day condemning tho way in which tho courts ndminister tho Tucker Edmunds law complaining of unfairness in selection of jurors aud declaring thut judges exceed their authority In question ing applicants for naturalization in regard to their roligion Tho rumor that Bingham the doaf nnd dumb murderer of Lizzio Turlington nt Raleigh N C was hiding in tho Deaf Muto Iustituto at Littlo Rock Ark is unSomo of tho teachers who know founded Bingham boliovc that ho is being kept at a privato asylum In Now York by bis frionds who will allow him to be tried after tho feeling over tho caso abates His defonso will bo insanity Tho cclobrutlon of tho Grand Lodgo of Ancient Freo and Accepted Masons of Maryland was held ut Baltimore on tho 10th Brethren from nil sections of tho country woro present Invitations wcro sent toEmporor William Grand Master of Germany to tho Princo of Wales Grand Master of England Earl Carnarvon Earl Latham Lord Hcrscholl and Lord Bores ford all of whom nro oiliccrs of the En glish Grand Lodgo Tho Grand Officers of Ireland of Prussia and many other countries were also invited In tho Now York Supremo Court chambers tho other day Judgo Barrett granted un order applied for by tho government of tho United States of Colombia to compel Co bankers of New York city Triand touccountto thnt government for funds amounting to nbout 0000 deposited with them by Colonel B HGnitnu whilo acting as agent of tho parties who engineered tho last revolution in Colombia Tho money was contributed by certain citizens of that country but before it could bo used the Gaitau revolution had been squelched then sued tho bankers to recover tho money but they refused to give It up making certain counterclaims In cancellation of tho account Chicago May 10 Judgo Shepard yesterday aftcruoon overruled tho motion of States Attorney Grinncll to dismiss tho array of jurors called to try tho couuty fraud cases and tho work of soloctlug a jury to try McGarlglo nnd McDonald was begun nnd continued until tho closo of the davn session Tho villages of Socojtotr In southwestern Hungary and Toplizn in Roumanla and sovoral hamlots in Saxon und Transylvania wcro partly destroyed by lira last vfoek Tho llros originated In tho forests Tho twolvo Irish coustahteuwho resigned tkelr oftlcoi becauso they were compelled to carry on evictions and whournvtUu New York last week have announced their tNtlon of becoming cltlxuus by Mllng ap DlkMrtlons for tminrulUmttoii Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ NEWS NOTES April past aggregated III IWIM8 In April ISStf Judgo Cooley Tho valuo of exports or brendstuffs for WKW43D TEMPERANCE READING against Â¬ boring class clasB I TlusitiH tho laboring at his homo in Ann Arbor Mich state commission is spending a short chairman of tho inter timo A TEMPERANCE It tss very still that clidil TALE of tho rum traffic Boston Watchman A thnt sulTors most in consequonco S Burton in When Lly knolt bosldo tho bed A pitio nnd steady cmulle rav LOGICAL CONCLUSION Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tho Ives pool blllpormlttlngpool Bolllng nt rnco courses pusBcd tho Now York State Sonnto a fow days ago by a vbto of seventeen to fourteen It is understood that Rov Dr Talmago has been chosen orator of tho day by the New York officers having chargo of tho Decoration day ceremonies Mayor Parsons of Rochester N Y hns instructed tho chief of police to prohibit tho John L Sullivan Combination Irom giving an exhibition in that city on tho 10th Mayor Howland of Toronto Out has decided to call a public meeting for tho pur poso or considering tho advisability of prohibiting William OBrien rrom speaking in that city Commissioner of Education Dawson has lvcommended tho appointment of Mr John Holcomne of Indiana for chief clerk of tho Bureau or Education nfld ho will doubtless bo appointed Tho International Convention of tho Y M C A at its session in San Francisco a fow days ago elected Hon S H Blake or Toronto Ont president General O O Howard heads tho list or vico presidents The Butto Riving Companys placer ldings otc at grounds flumes pipes Rapid Dak were sold tho i tier day for 3MHW to Gonriro W Chad w talc of Now York A big hiiIo of tin mlno property is also being negotiated At mi adjourned meeting or tho stock holders of tho Clovtilund K Canton railroad the other day it was tcrjnnlned to mort gage tho road for - 0H 000 to widen tin gaugo to tho standard and equip tho roaa with new lolling stock Thowoik will bo done nt nncp The Houtliprn Society nf Now Y rk it v at it well utlenited meotm I ihc lii night i liilfi mark the spot oi voted to iii w hero tho Batter oral Washington bado farow u mi crs on leaving for Annapolis to resign his command of tho army The tablet is to bo dedicated with public ceremonies General Langiowiczn who was Dictator of Poland during tho rebellion in IStVi died at Coitstuntluniilo a few days ago Ho was distinguished as a soldier statesman und patriot in his native country but passed from public view after hia uxpulsion ard flight at the suppression of the hint Polls uprising and ended his career as a horso dealer in Turkey MrB Eunice Veltmnn over seventy years of age was killed a few days ago at Howells Station N Y by an Erie train Sho was tho mother of nine child ran 1 T Bnriiim has instructed Ids tigents in Paris to purchaso the French Crown jewels if they can be obtained for fifteen percent in advance of thelractual value Tho executive committee of tho United Labor party nt Cincinnati held it meeting tho otlwr night and resolved to adopt the namo of Union Labor and enter upon a vigorous campaign this fall A telegram from Murphys Cal states that J B Fruchier an American citizen residing at that place was seized while revisiting Franco hist November put in pris on denied counsel finally forced to outer tho French military service and is now serving in tho Seventh regiment of tho line John Alee second baseman of tho Duliith bane ball club ivns drowned in tho Missis sippi river a few duys ago by being cap Â¬ sized iu u boat by the swell of it passing Two companions Earlo and steamer Barnes swam ashoro Ako cuino from Aitoona Pa and was twenty four years of age Orders have been received by tho com mnnder of tlie United States revenue cutter Richard Bush at San Francisco to proceed to Sitka Alaska to take on board tho United States Marshal and convey him to Ounalnska for the purpose of selling at auction two British schooners seized in Bchrings sea last year for illegal seal fishing Copeland McLaren importers of pig iron etc at Montreal have suspended pay ment A meeting of creditors has bcci called when they will ask for an extensif i of timo No statement has yet been prepared but tho firm plnco their liabilities direct and indirect at nWout 2loao A correspondent at Constantinople tolc graphs that there is good ground for tho belief that a convention between England nnd Turkey settling tho question of thd oc cupation of Egypt will bo signed within a week as tho culmination of Sir Henry Dc Wolfes mission Tho Queen accompanied by the Marquis of Lorno and Princess Louise nttended n special performance of tho Wild West show tho other day Her Majesty was delighted with ttio exhibition and expressed her plcnsuro by frequent applause After tho performance Buffalo Bill Red Shirt and a number of squaws attached to tho show wcro presented to Her Mujesty Tho Rov Dr Timothy C Pitkin nn eminent Episcopalian divine died at his homo In Detroit a few days ago Ho was born December IS 1810 at Farmington Conn graduated at Yolo in ISoO took Episcopal orders and had charges successively at Louisville Ky Rocho stcr N Y Now Haven Conn Albany and Buffalo N Y and Detroit Ho comes of a distinguished and patriotic Connecticut family Tho Union printers of Philadelphia and of all offices cast of the Missouri river celebrated Gcorgo W Childs birthday on tho 12th in a novel way They each set 1000 cms of typo aud gavo the money thoy re ceived therefore to tho Childs Drcxcl fund of tho Typographical Union for a perma nent homo for that organization The fund Is now 1 1000 of which Mossrs Childs and Droxel gnvo 10CO0 Tho total amount realized will be duplicated by Mr Childs A hundsomo trlbuto wus also presented to Mr Childs by tho compositors of Philadel phia Mr Parnolls condition Is slightly Im- Â¬ proved und usido from tho fooling of exhaustion attrlbutablo to n groat exteut tc his journey is In every way better There Is littlo llkchooil of his taking his placo In Parliament before tho end of next week A dispatch from SU Potorsburg say th Cxar has continued tho pnioal of th council of MlrUtera that pupils In German institutions of learning In tho Baltic provinces must employ tho Huitalnn language exclusively us tho mcdltMti of tuUluiu Â¬ Tho Comptroller or tho Currency has an thorized tho First Natloual bank or Morrill Wis to begin business with a capital of esoooo Littering on hor drooping head Tho small rcom was very bare Of comforts such a women need And oen tho simplest wants of llfo Scorned poorly satisllcd indued Yot It was not always so Time was nnd not so long ago Whoa plcntcousncRs and pouco wcro hors Ero Drink tho lluud hud brought her low As sho knelt thuro nit alone WIUi heart that uchitd and eyes thut t umed la thalsupremu hour so forlorn I How vividly tho time returned A Proctitis of Ucnaonltig Which Secured un IrUh VrUnucr Itnlrasc Patrick llnnigan said tho district stand up attorney ono dny in court and plead guilty or not guilty to tho chargo preferred against youV When Pat had complied with tho Â¬ Sorrow then was faraway Of caro tho garden lllv know As much ns she or lightest loaf That over tho south wind blow There hud boon ono hnppy dny When radiant with hope and youth Sho gavo her life into thu hands Of ono sho duuincd all love and truth tho hard reality The bitter tho unwoleomo truth i So sad thut on her breaking heart Tho darkest demon might have ruth Of tho your tho stillest night It surely wus for no slight bound Of ticking clock or falling coals Disturbed tho solitude around Thcro was no voice nor breath Iu tho dead child upon tho bed Tho mother moved not neither w opt In bitterness her tears had fled O Â¬ Â¬ Hark tho mournful silence broke With a tiolno of stumbling feet And with n thrill of deep disgust Sho turned her lord to meet dim sense of somo dread thing Kelt In tho awful solitude And mirrored iu her rigid face Brought him to a soberer mood Blie met his eyes but spoko not For what sho felt was fur too strong Too deep for feeble human speech Too measureless hor mighty wrong A i 1 L Sho lifted her wasted arm And her accusing linger drow Ills frightened gnze to cupboard linre And ilrelesb hearth aud then tho view Of tho pale corpse lying there What words so loud as that muto hand Those hard und lleree and tearles- eyes Could in their silent might command Ho shivered beneath their weight And horro seized his guilty oul At sight of all the mso y With which ho filled tho drunkards bowl From that unforgotten night Twas ho alone thank Sod who knew Tho pain and perd wunt and woe That ayo tho drunkards llfo bestrew Idas M E Ilunw - WHY WORK IS SCARCE How tho Itnrdiii of the Drink Curno Often Ialls Upon tlio Temperate Work InsOlnn J reside in a manufacturing town of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ manu Â¬ factured raiijjo from heavy machinery for all sorts of purposes to tho smallest articles in daily use The presence of a largo class of laboring men wit it families to clotlio and feed makes a large trade in articles necessary iu a household as food clothing furniture A HOME RUINED books and works of art Besides thco brandies of industry wo have another Intlior Mother mid Tiro Children Sic eonio tho Victims of Alcohot which is carried on on a largo scale One of the most deplorable cases in wo navo nearly two nummm estab ments whose business is druuknnl which whisky is tho prime factor was brought U Jight iu the Armory police making During the two or three years past court this morning John McNivcn our manufacturing establishments a sturdy looking young man of about have felt the pressure of tins hard times thirty five years of age was up to six and been obiged to curtail their busi Â¬ months ago a respected man nnd held ness and so we have had more or less a position as telegraph operator in tho Ohio general offices In unemployed men in our community Baltimore an evil moment he took to drinking Many of these men thus thrown out of employment aro men who use neither and so great a hold did it get on him intoxicants nor tobacco but all tho that he lost all manhood and neglected same loss of employment has brought to care for his wife and livo children their families to want So far as their the eldest nino years and the youngest own habits aro concerned they havo three months old His wife a small not suffered from tho rum traffic frail woman becoming disheartened and after Nevertheless I think it can be shown also began drinking her the two eldest boys followed that their loss of employment has been some In manner the family caused hy this traffic got possession of alcchol and so public These two hundred saloons can not be run on an average income of less did their actions become that tho two than ten dollars per day to pay for children received the sobriquets of rent wages stock and give a living AlcohonVillic and Alcohol Harry profit to the proprietors This takes For the past two weeks tho family lias 2 COO per day out of the pockets of lived on tho charity of neighbors our 25000 citizens or ns Sunday is Agent Harnett of tho Girls Industrial not a day of rest for saloon men 730 Home and Agent Dudley of the Hu- Â¬ 000 per annum Now if this sum mane Society took tho caso in hand were not sepnt in saloons what would aud this morning with the assistance be done with it It is fair to assume of Officer Maloney of the Cottago that at least half of it would be spent Grove avenue district arraigned tho for things that would give comfort family in tho Armory police court and enjoyment in the homes of our On hearing the above facts the father city food clothing furniture orna- Â¬ who seemed greatly affected at tho ments for tho home or the person lit- Â¬ thought ot parting from his children erature etc in short for just thoso was lined thirty dollars and sent to tho manufactured articles of which there Washingtonian Home Tho children is now a surplus in our warehouses wero given in chargo of tho St Jo- Â¬ and iu consequence of which surplus sephs Orphan Asylum The mother production has to bo diminished and was not found at home and it is laborers thrown out of employment thought that she has committed sui- Â¬ Stop the stream that flows into tho till cide as she has of lato frequently Chicago of the saloon and turn it into tho ware threatened to destroy herself houses aforesaid and thus empty them Journal nf their surplus and at once there The disabling effects of strong drink would be a call for more producers aro observed in tho obtunding of tho and every unemployed man would havo association libers nnd centers of tho the opportunity to earn wages for tho nervous system out of tho perfect support of Itis family freedom nnd vitality of which If every laboring man were a teeto Â¬ sense of personal identity and all idq taler provided only the money squan Â¬ of moral responsibility and duty dered for drink were tho same as now formed and havo their being Dr the o fleet of this enormous waste on tho Iu Wright in Journal of Inebriety laboring man in depriving him of em Â¬ ployment would bo the same as now The entire stock of a sxloon keejj Tho plain fact is that what is wasted was purchased by tho Womans Ch3 for drink ta not spent as It would 1m tlan iumpemnco Union oi Mocr largely for useful articles whose man town N J and destroyed He pol fetur give employment to this lu- - otcd the money and sijjnod thu pkOi 2r000 inhabitants The article polito request thus mado by the officer of the law the attorney proceeded to read from a paper in his luind a very graphic description of a certain trans Â¬ action in which Pat had been engaged a few days before ro you guilty or What say you not guilty Im not guilty of half thim things youve read to me said Pat looking at the court hut 1 did have a bit of a row last Saturday was a week and 1 dunno just what I did for you see I was stavin drunk on tho meanest corn whisky yer Honor ivor tasted lint Patrick wo never taste it said tho judge whilo a smile lurked behind the grave judicial countenance said Sure flow dont ye though Pat with a look oi mingled surprise and incredulity well then yo ought to jist once to know how it acts and to know how to pity a poor fellow that does Sure yer Honor grants licenses an how do yo know the mischief yer doin to honest men liko meself unless yo take a drink now and thin just to see how it makes a man behave his self Who gave you tho liquor Patrick asked tho court Well I dunno wats his name said Pat too honest to turn informant whilo a gleam of true native humor Hut l know 1 twinkled in his e e seed a license liin in behind the bar I was working for tho Yo sec Judycity on hr sneets jist close by an I was thiiMv an it was so handy I wint in an1 took a drink that orient to havo hurt a baby and in tin seconds I was crazy drunk an I dreamt that I was at Dounybrook fair an thats all I re Â¬ member till niL morning when I saw myself in jail Mut said the court you aro charged with perpetrating an aggra Â¬ vating assault and battery on Mr is the hotel keeper Well yer Honor said Pat if did loulvgin him back wats iu his own whisky an if 3or Honor hadnt given him that license I wouldnt ve been drunk an1 if I hadnt been drunk 1 wouldnt ve got into the light and I wouldnt ve been heie this niornin anyhow This was a process of reasoning now to the court and it being self evident Pat was discharged Montreal Witness - Ml BtM a Mil jpy i ri ninmii n HgjgiMjj fTw Ji Hazel Greek Herald was attending tho medioal collogo to hour his sons graduating oration Mr Stuart was tho model farmer HACK-- Publishers COOPER of the Sandy Fork neighborhood IIo was not tho wealthiest nor tho most KENTUCKY HAZEL GREEN aristocratic perhaps but then ho was what is called well-to-d- o In tho world very quiet and pleasant having but FAITH AND LOVE fow enemies and many warm friends A group of anient Bclontlt Perhaps ho was not as wealthy or influ- Â¬ Who hccdlcsH wore of toll If thoy from nuturoH secret lmunts ential as either Taylor Evans or Could gather hidden spoil Arnold whose farms were near or Stood on narrow mountain lodge adjoining his but his word went as far Where few would euro to o Bon Ornn raised Ids crest ubovo as either and ho never gave his note Lock Ornn lay below As Newton was west of the Stuart Beneath them spreading oer tho rock farm the rays of the setting sun fell on Thu lichens cloboly clung the womans face and she was com- Â¬ Aud from tho bluu p cut crevices pelled to shade her oyes with her clean Soruo wlld llowers Krueeful hung Bright llowcrs In bouuty rivaling white apron Tho gurdons fairest show Oh mother arc you looking for Tho wary birds that nestid there them already P nskod a bright cheery Alono could watch them grow voice from tho house aud tho next With longing eyes the tourists looked moment there ciuno bounding down But who would boldly dare To pluck tho fairest of tho llowors the gravel walk a beautiful girl about That temptingly grow thoro fifteen years of age with large dark Tho rocky wall no foothold gave eyes and hair She pushed- the gate Tho gorge was deep ami grim And Orans wat Jrs darkly gleamed open and took a look down tho road Up from their rough hown brim shading her eyes with her hands The highland guide had brought his son Js it time mother she asked for True mountaineer was ho her mother had been too busy with her With oye like eagles glancing bright thoughts and watching to answer her Strong llmbctl foot ileet uud free One ottered him some gold My boy first question IJravc hcnrted you appear Yes dear it is almost time tho Ill glvo this money for those lowers mother answered her very tones denot Â¬ AVoll hold you have no rear Tho boys fnco Hushed his homo was poor ing kindness How long have you been here Could ho but win the prize What Joy to glvo his loved ones aid mother To see their glad surprise Not long He glanced ndown tho deep abyss Oh mother T know you would be In momentary dread But then If father holds tho ropo watching for Warren long before he Ill try he enmly said came Do you suppose he has grown 11 paid tho young M I am through with with a smile college now though my preceptors say 1 tint just prepared for study J 0 dear I I thought when any ono went through college they never had to study any moro said tho giddy Hose I thought they got it all at once Warren laughed at his sister tmd told hor she would learn hotter Mhen sho was older He then offered to help his brother Clarence carry the trunk to tho house but tho young farmer said that doctors were not fit persons to handle luggage and throwing tho heavy trunk upon his own broad shoul- Â¬ der he walked in tho house with it Yes mother I stroll fast about tho placo before break-Â¬ Yo never Baw that littlo feller ho asked before P stopping from behind a cherry bush within thrco or four feet of Warren aud nodding to Â¬ ward tho littlo cripple No I never saw him nor hoard of htm before Hes well kuown all over Sandy Fork and Poto pressed his finger in his pipe bowl That may bo true Poto and he still bo a stranger to me You know 1 have not been about Sandy Fork Very much for tho last livo years Three years in collogo aud then two lu tho medical school havo taken considerable from my life Thats so why doggon it Id forgot said Pete pulling away at his that pipe That is an interesting child Pete shook his head sadly and said Yes hes a good child and will never be at home any plttco savo in Heaven Hes just one o them good littlo boys the Sunday school books toll us about who tillers die hes got to die and then I guess some ono will write a book toEJltlJII U PERSONAL AND LITER AR Rov Sam Johes Is BupportngfQr young men at college in Georgia Tho word polito was formerly pr plied to glass or marble surfaces which wo now stylo polished Miss Elizabeth II Donto professor of Gornfan and locturor on tho His Â¬ tory of Art at Wollosloy Collogo has miulo a lino Gorman translation of Rtimona by H II It has boon published in Leipzig Chrlstophor P Crunch tho poot paintor is again at his homo In Cain bridge IIo ijs now a littlo ovor seventy-four years of ago and presents a notablo llguro with Ills whlto hair and intollootutil faro Detroit 2rce Press Dr Honry Dotwlllor who recently died in Easton at tho ago of ntuoty two was tho first homoeopathic physician in praotlco tn Pennsylvania and at tho time of his doati was tho oldost of that sohol of medicine In that Stato JV Sun The oarliost English work on Hookkeoping of wMoh wo havo any ac- count was by John Mollisj Loudon r vrirfir TIIKUK TIIKY COMK Tho return of a youth to his homo after a long absence is always pleasant There was so much to talk about on A ropo was knotted round him tight IIo sank down tu the deep But free from fear his fathers hand IIo know llrmhold would keep And soon the wlshedfor tlouors wore his Tho prize was fairly won And safely on tho narraw ledgo Tho father clasped his son much No not since wo saw him lie has been gono so long oh so long he Yes hes been gone all winter And now hell be a doctor wont Yes Bravo boy a lesson thou hast taught May we Its wisdom prove Ami in our Heavenly Father trust Helievlnglu Ills love Nor fearful be but glad of heart Kojolclng In thin hope Our Father keeps His children safe His strong hand holds the rope In 11 T onion in Oolilm liule MLENTaKEMAN on Tho Story of gle a Young Girls Stran- Â¬ With Advorslty Tub Hankkii or HKirounM HllOWNKIKID -- BY JOHN It MUBICIC Atrrnon ok Copyright WUrrH KTO Co ssc by A V Ktllugrj Xempuper CIIAITKK I WAIIUKN STlAHTS IlKTUItN NT old -- house stood at Lliu road- Â¬ side upon a hill surrounded by ma Â¬ cozy farm fashioned jestic elms There was nothing about this particular f a r m hotiso to oaks and guish it from distin- Â¬ oth- - perhaps possessed more of an air of quiet neatness than any other in the Sandy Fork neighborhood Tho house was one of those odd specimens of fast fading frontier architecture before the sweep Â¬ from the landscape ing strides of a better civilization Not however that it was mean in any particular Thirty years ago it was a palace compared to the other rude log huts in tho vicinity It was built of hewn logs and made what is called double It was weather boarded with- Â¬ out and plastered within giving it an nir of neatness as well as comfort The front yard was covered with a sweet tender coating of early spring blue grass and the oaks and elms had begun to assume their summer garb Tho front gate was closed and standing by it leaning over aud looking down the Newton road was a woman She was beautiful possessing real charms She was not young not one of those radiant beauties who dazzle the eyes of silly society swells but possessed of a sweet matronly home like face tho beauty only found in mothers Perhaps a passer by or casual ob- Â¬ server would have discovered nothing attractive much less beautiful in that commonplace woman standing by the gato gazing down the big road with Hut had he eagerness in her face paused he would have seen that plain as those features were they wore very rcgidar that although she had lines of care the were almost obliterated by lines of pride that her brown eyes too dark to bo blue aud too light to bo black were filled with tho eager joy of a mother expecting thu return of a child Mrs Stuart was nearly forty years of ago and had it not been for her might have matronly appearance passed for several years younger On this mild May evening she stands by tho gato with ail a mothers fondness anil pride awaiting tho return of her oldest son from college IIu has grad- Â¬ uated and is impeded on thu evening train at Newton whither Ids younger brother has gone to meet him with tho His father had gono spring wagon weak before to the city where Wurruu tiik VKVinVM ers save that it the mother answered as if she knew that every diploma does not make the man whose name is written therein a doctor Oh 1 want to see brother Warren so bad said the anxious sister swing- Â¬ ing upon the gate and humming a tune The youngest brother who had remained at home to plow in the fields now came by riding one plow horse and leading tin1 other aud asked if it was not time for them to come said themothr Almost William go and put your horses away aud feed them by that time the will be here 1 expect William who was onlv thirteen year of age was rather young for a plow boy but he was large and able to man CHAITKU II ago a team almost as well as Clar- Â¬ tuk irrni cm errK ence who was four years older Warren Stuart arose early the next Dont you hear the wagon Hose morning and as he had not been en Â¬ Mrs Stuart asked abled the night before to pay the dumb queried tho dark eyed animals of the place a vi it ho con Â¬ Where girl breaking oil the air she was hum Â¬ cluded he would do so before breakfast ming and ceasing to swing on the Tin sun was up shining brightly and creaky gate Clarence and Will were feeditig tho Down at the bridge horses and getting ready for the days Yes I do they are crossing the work There were many familiar h bridgo now cried Koe letting go the creatures for him to see Hally and gate and ready to Uy down the road to Hess had to bo patted caressed and meet her father ami long - absent made to know that their former master brother had come home Then he paid a visit No no dont said her mother to the goats and sheep in the pasture it may be some stranger crossing the Some seemed to recognize him and ran bridge and you will feel somewhat em Â¬ bleating toward the outstretched hand barrassed to be running to meet him that so oft had fed them When ho O Id just pretend the pet lamb had came to gaze about on the beautiful got away or the calf was out of the lot landscape the fields and pastures of and I had been sent after it said his dear old home ho was almost sorry Hose with a merry laugh that he had that diploma with the de Â¬ Mrs Stuart smiled as sho gazed into gree of M D the happy face of her daughter Hut I could live hannier here as a farm- the attention of both were fixed upon er bov than anvwhere else on earth th road The sun had now kindly he sighed But he remembered that lipped behind the tree lops so there he could not always bo a boy and all was no need to shade their eyes the boys could not be farmers Messed longer though the light was yet brill- Â¬ indeed is tho lot of the boy who is a iant and glorious There was no fanner untrammeled by ambition sound after the wagon had crossed the holding sweet communion with nature bridge and mother and daughter knew the year round we can but envy the it was crossing the sandy strip at the farmer Thus he toils but when night foot of the hill Soon the light rattle comes le sleeps without harrassing of a wagon could be heard There is cares or annoyances of the morrow something in the chucking of a wagon No troubled brain aud vexatious suits by which we can almost recognize one fall in price of goods tottering banks from another or dangerous patients disturb his sleep Mrs Stuart felt sure this was her And while he sleeps the corn and cattle husbands vehicle yet for fear she grow in value All these reflections camo to the mind might be mistaken she dared not say so To have expressed even a firm belief of the young M I as ho gazed about At last ho would have sent Hose bounding toward over the old homestead it Hut now it comes up the hill turned about to enter tho house He around tho bend in the road and there had wandered around to tho rear of is no mistaking the tall gray and roan the farm house and was coming up to as well as the large fine figure of father the kitchen when ho discovered some and husband in the back scat And there one sitting on the back porch who It was only a too at his side is tho brother and son attracted his attention with Clarence before driving up the hill littlo bov not over six or under four atasweepingtrot Itosu uttered a scream years of age to judge by his face though of there they come aud was half his body was dwarfed and his littlo way down the hill before her mother form misshapen He was a littlo hunch Â¬ could utter a word She met Die wagon back with a sweot patient face which down the hill much to tho annoyance bore evidences of suffering and yet tho of Clarence and springing in kissed largo blue eyes were clear and bright her father and long absent brother and He sat in his little rocking chair enjoy Â¬ then sat down between them like tho ing the warm sunlight which streamed in upon the latticed portico child she was to ride to the house Where did the child come from Warren sprang from tho wagon anil was clasped hi tho arms of his proud ho asked aloud though he evidently did not expect an answer for ho was too mother Oh Warren how you have grown far away from tho child for It to hear said Mrs ami he saw no one else Some ono olso but you are only tailor You look real pale 1 fear saw him however Peddler loto wtw Stuart my son you have studied too hard this an early riser and on this morning as Did you gut through all was his usual custom whon at farmer winter StuavlV ho lit U pipe uud touk a right so I hope this evening that Warren was kept busy The college the graduating speech he had delivered which Hose wanted him to repeat for tho edifica Â¬ tion of the crowd his classmates boarding house city and even journey home had to be thoroughly discussed Then with supper came Pete the ped- Â¬ dler who in traveling around tho Sandy Fork neighborhood always made it convenient to stop over night Avith Pete was an old and farmer Stuart intimate friend of the family and Mrs Stuart purchased many ribbons laces handkerchiefs aud also table linen from his pack Pete unsluug his wares and merchan Â¬ dise at the door with as much freedom and familiarity as if he were a member He greeted War Â¬ of the household rens return in a hearty manner de- Â¬ claring in his laconic way Ill be doggoned boy if you dont begin to look like a doctor sure enough All ye lack is some beard on yer face Next time 1 git the rheumat Â¬ ics Lll furnish you a first elass pa- Â¬ tient Warren was the center of attraction at supper and all the evening but his mother seeing how tired ho was in Â¬ duced him to retire earl 1588 entitled A briofo instruction arid about him manner how to koopo bookes of Ac Who is ho and why Is ho here P compts after tho order of Debitor and Didnt ye ever hear of Mr Lako- - Creditor remnant Art Journal man Henjamiu I believe who lived Somo of Yalos professors aro fair- Â¬ down on Sandy Fork creek on tho old ly well off Among those who ptiy Plumber place P fol- Â¬ taxes on moro than 20000 aro I think 1 heard of tho namo a year lowing Simoon E Haldwln tho 7 1970 or so ago when I was homo during ox President Theodore- IX Woolsey vacation 01395 Prostdont Timothy Dwighf Well thats his child 154830 Othniol C Marsh 12600 Where is Mr Lakeman Arthur M Whoolor 37290 James M Ohttn hes dead Hoppln 30020 ox Prcsidout Noah And the boys mother P Porter 30180 George E Day 28 Shes dead too died fust said 101 William D Whitnoy 27350 Pete sadly refilling his pipe James D Dana 23800 Daniel C And tin child is heir to tho Plumber Katon 21800 Goorgo P Fishor 20 Well its very valuable and ho 500 farm has ample support Not much said Pete striking a match and applying it to his pipe Why not Tho little fellow was euchred out o it some way Ho hasnt uothin but a hundred and sixty acres o brush and hills not worth ten cents an acre Then father keeps him as a matter of charity No boy yer wrong agin I should and have said doctor but I forgot Pete laughed Hut Warren was too much interested in the little cripplo be Â¬ fore him to heed tho little joke of his friend the peddler You say my father doos not keep him he asked Mr Ruskin doesnt liko bicycles I not only object ho says but am quito proparod to spend all my best bad languago In reprobation of or 7 oyclos and every oth- Â¬ er contrivance and Invention for super Â¬ seding human foot on Gods ground To walk to run to leap and to danco aro tho virtues of tho human body and neither to stride on stilts wrlgglo on wheels nor dangle on ropos and noth- Â¬ ing in tho training of tho human mind with tho body will ovor suporsedo tho appointed Gods ways of slow walking and hard working Inter Ocean HUMOROUS In tho barbers chair Harbor No yer father doos keep him but Have a littlo oil on your hair boss not as a matter of charity said Pete Yes I think it a groasovith Victim He has other means then it Oh Lard Harbor Nexfe Not a dollar Washinqton Critic do you mcanP k Why Pete what My young friond ho said sol- Â¬ you Warren asked in astonishment talk in riddles please explain your- Â¬ emnly do you ever attend a place of Yes sir regularly every worship self Sunday night replied tho youth Â¬ Haw haw haw I likotosee ye puzIm on my way to see hor now Jf zled boy no doc J mean but Ill not keep you on the ragged edge o1 sus- Â¬ YSun At tho Cowboys Hall Floor man- Â¬ pense any longer That boy is sup Â¬ ager to looker on from tho East ported by his sister Stranger if ye want tor danco tho His sister next dance say so and Ill round up Yes Helen Lakeman Thoro woro only two o them when fho old folks thorn gals over there on cut ono of ruck died I didnt know much about tho em out for ye family cos Id never sold em much Goorge askod tho teacher of a goods they belli out o my regular Sunday school class whom above all range ye know Hut when Lakeman others shall you wish to soo whon you died it seems every body even his own get to HoavonP With a face bright- in tho ening up with anticipation gal thought he was well-to-d- o tho littlo world but some debts cotno agin his fellow shouted Gorllah estate and took every thing except that Ono Way of Looking at It brush tmd hill laud too poor to sprout I lfow thcroa a cros nbout Nornhs blue oyo Hut that fact mo lovo can not rftnothor beans Wall there woro tho gal then For her nyos aro no pretty No urondor they fourteen for it was two jcars ago and thry her crippled brother only four Sho To bo Kazln round Into oach other had some edgecatlon an tried to keep -- Washington Critic school but couldnt pass muster somo Flossy you talk too much You way then she hired out shes boon dont hear grandma jabbering ovory here I believe for tho last six or seven minute No grandma but you months know that youve lived a groat deal Tho story was a simple one and told longcrn I have and had timo to get with but very littlo feeling on tho part most of tho talk out of you Toledo of Pete It was Bimply tho strugglo of Jiladc a young girl trying to do her duty Say Fomale Customer Mr Warren received it as ouch Ho saw Schlausonhoiser these cookies have nothing especially grand in it then coriander seeds in them 1 dont like There was nothing noble in a girl hiring coriander seeds Baker Veil out to earn a livelihood for herself or inoin grazious you gan cad arotiudt herself and invalid brother much less dem auf you dont liko urn Jar any thing romantic What romanco 7crs Weekly could there be in a girl hiring out It A Missouri farmer rofuscd to loyk was too common and a romanco to bo at a sample sowiug mtichino recently a romance in the Worlds eyes must bo as ho always sowed wheat by hand very unnatural very uncommon IIo is related to tho man who did not Hos a nlco littlo boy said Pete want a threshing machine on his farm after afcw moments silence still look- Â¬ For said he give mo a harness Though hos awfully tug or a barrel stavo and 1 can make ing at tho child crippled and cant walk withotuV bavin my family too tho mark according to his hands on his knees hos just as pa- Â¬ law and Scripture tient as kin be an Helen shes mighty Now thon said tho old gontlo Sho never scolds him an1 man as ho returned his slipper to his good to him tillers looks to his comfort though sho foot after correcting Bobby for a sori be tired out I sometimes think death ous misdomoanor do you think you to that child will bo a blessln will evor do that tfgain young man Petes tones were sad Thia no Bobby looked very thoughtful for H nftidio man with all his bad grammar moment and thon said Well and pronunciation was something of a jlontboliovol willpa while thoq r philosopher Ho had traveled consid-Â¬ ucss lasts J Inter Ocean erably iu his humble calling and hav Â¬ 4amo5 said tho milkman hki ing a keen perception picked up many jwboy dyo acG what Im r Jo1r truths not to be found in text books of xes cir renuo4 Jsmws In fact ho was an educated man not youro a pourin water ttNJMlk from tho standpoint of books but from No Im not Jatavs Vmjjjmjfd nature p mtlk in tho water Why do you think tho death of that RSKS yOU U X put WNMT H xmmavK- HBb f child would bo a blessing PcteP WarÂ¬ you tell cm no Alter ttMK ftr V ren asked truth -1 IB 11 l 49tK 3m to whcowinu JaiMJKrprV tl jtshmhm riHHHHBI U WH A iyj k 5 - irTiMiririif JKjfe aBlHOr - V Hazel Green Herald One Dollar a Year Alwiy In Advance BPENOEH COOPER Editor KY Think of theso things beloved citizens dear people nnd before it bo everlasting Â¬ ly too Into lot us lend our aid to abet our own condition DRIVEN TO DE8PERATI0N HAZEL GREEN WEDNESDAY JUNE DEMOCRATIC TICKET 8 1887 Tho llruUil Troutmcut of Their Keeper Cmino tho Cunrlot llevnlt Special to tho Commercial Augusta Ky May 30 The excite- Â¬ fta smmamv raMs SAW te H Jf it jmJi m jmi tnw rni j m i T mmmik mi rTiJfii ir- - at W tiU fl Manufacturers of Beat English Steel Circular and Long ALSO DKIBK8 IN f kw - - Auditor Fayette Hewitt Treasurer 1 W Tato Superintendent Public Instruction Joseph Desha Picket Register Tho3 H Cbrbott For Statu Scnutor For Governor S 1J Buckncr Lion ton nut Governor Jus W Bryan Attorney General P W Hardin 3ith Distriot Hon Of Ezel Morgan County R M PIERATT For Representative JAS M OLIVER Of Menifee county REPUBLICAN nt TICKET For Governor Wm 0 Bradley Jiieutenant-Governor-MODoherty Attorney Gonaral John W Feland Treasurer J B Puryear Auditor R D Davis Supt Public Instruction W H Chil- Â¬ li cm Register T J Tinsloy Tho attention of capitalists seeking investment for their surplus wealth 1b especially directed to this county Tho investment of money in tho mountains nay any adequate amount will pay a man fourfold for his foresight and there is not a richer field than that of which Hazel Green is tho center Wolfe coun- Â¬ ty is very rich in cannel and coking coals and timber Near Campton at tho Hobbs bank Jis a coking coal which is rfupnrior to any found in tho United States A letter from Prof Proctor in- Â¬ forms us that it is tho richest specimen to be found in any country and in the report of tho Geological Survey it shows It per cent of fixed carbon while tho celebrated ConnellBvillo Pa coko con- Â¬ tains only about 94 percent There are vara ties of iron and stool which can only be mado with this superior coking coal The supply is entirely inadequate to the demand and it is therefore quite valuable if wo once had a railroad As it is it is worthless or nearly so there being no nceessiblo mnrkot for it Practical tests demonstrate that cannel coal can be found in veins varying from eighteen inches to four feet in thickness which arc very rich in combustible matter Indeed it is a common occur rence where this coal is being lined for heating purpose to ignite it with a match It is practically of no valuo to its own ers for want of transportation In tim berash walnut mapel white and red oak white and yellow poplar beech white pino c c there is a supply suilicient to keep tho pinning mills and sash factories of tho East running for a century And nil this timber h of com Â¬ paratively littlo value for hick of compe Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tent carrying capacity can wo afford to sit around in idleness and allow railroads to pass over unites remote from us is a question to be seriously considered by evory citizen of Wolfe county To secure theso roads wo must bo doing something besido sleep ing in our sluggishness The days of soninolcnco should be swept away and if we would reap wealth we must walk with wido opcu oyes Other localities without a tithe qf the resources which inako up our riches nro reaping rewards from railroads About us tho towels of mother earth arc full of black dia monds and if wo will use a littlo prog resA as a purge the dischargo will soon be so copious that overy citizen can com mand the crown of contentment Now Â¬ ment at Camp Shilo Ky about twenty miles below here on the lino of tho Mavs villo Big Sandy railroad has not yet Tho continued outbreaks of subsided the convicts has caused much fear and will delay work There aro at lhat camp about 1800 convicta under tho employ Mason who have a large of Comer railroad contract and pay tho State 35 cents a day a picco for the convicts who are under tho supervision of State In- Â¬ spector Everett The contractors furnish tho necessary food and clothing and cm ploy a sufficient forco of guards The good of fuard force has notof been very have esa number convicts caped but in most cases wero found and brought back Last Thursday two more convicts es- Â¬ caped and a trusty informed head clerk C G Marshall that a plot had been planned by which the whole force were to attempt to escape They are worked in squads of twenty with two guards to each squad The outbreak was to start at the upper squad and go through The next day Mr Marshall went to the upper squad to inform them that the consequences would be severe if an at- Â¬ tempt to escape was made When ho appeared upon the scene his attention was attracted to one of the cart mules the pad underneath the saddle ou the mule had been displaced and he stopped tho cart to arrange it When he stooped over George M McLaughlin a five year man who was working close by was seen to stealthily steal up behind him and dealt Marshall a terrible blow over the head with a shovel he carried in his hand Another convict a negro named Hawk Horton ran over and he too began to beat Marshall over tho head who had fallen unconscious from the blow dealt The remaining con- Â¬ by McLaughlin victs at this moment made for the guards with fury The revolt was on and the guards began to use their guns as clubs also but were outnumbered nnd compelled to shoot Guard Nelson was the hrot to open fire and McLaugh- Â¬ lin fell dead nt the first shot Other shots followed and a perfect fusillade was kept up When the fire ceased the ta- Â¬ bles had turned and the convicts crowd Â¬ ed into one corner of tho fill Hawk Horton and Lewis Toucll were most seri- Â¬ ously injuicd At this moment a mes fconger was sunt for reinforcements and they came quickly The convicts were then ordered in line and a marcli taken up to camp a wagon carrying the wound Â¬ ed Only thcgrcntestcoolnessprcvented outbreaks at other points A half hour after McLaughlin was shot the entire seventy five convicts had been marched back tothe camp and were be Â¬ hind bars in the guard home There they grew desperate and effort after ellort was made to tear down the place but the guard stood firm It has become alarming tho way the convicts have been escaping all along the line of the Ohio river At the camp at Foster five men escaped a few days ago and revolts of minor importance are common The cruel whipping tost is used and the lash is freely administered They nro worked from 6 oclock in the morning until 7 oclock in the evening and are treated most cruelly The following dispatch was immedi- Â¬ ately sent to State Inspector Everett Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Swages Emery Wheels Leather and Gum Belling t Hi v mnrkot mi Our Circular HnwHrtiwilnttlir homl ottlie nnd tiualltj tlieir inrrl Al u oikuianliii full t su tuughiutHH mill vliiHtlclty or Files Gummers Work fully warranted nnd nt Kook SPECIALTY SAWS LARGE CIRCULAR Prices Send A Price List lth lU st Dmriumu Uottom tmior lino of French llnml Snwn in atoek or our oun iiuiiorintiun pSTMl orders sent to J T and will have our best attention F Day Hazel Green Ky for new work or saws for repair 7 Vine and 861 Water Streets CNDBNNATI tno promptly forwarded ill be lr tin 41 H J CLARKE WITH ana 637 AND No GU Main Street 10 tarasi West Main Street nGly Throw Physic Doos Â¬ LOUISVILLE Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in Boots Shoes Summer St Said a great man but why afflict the dog if he dont need it Yet many persons read an almanac where various dis eases are described and symptoms given that will almost convince a WELL man that he is AWFULY out of whack and they are ready to buy Something to Take the seat ol regardless of real NEED A diseased liver That tired nervous restTenh of the diseases of the flesh less feeling that goes to bed with you and ges up as promptly as the rooster crowing and sticks closer than a brother tells you that you NEED something to overcome it A nasty aloe coated pill makes vou gag to THINK of it You cant bear the THOUGHT of it Now listen We havent any great discovery by Indians but we have a SMALL sugar coated Pellet that the most delicate may take a combination of VEGETABLE remedies the work of one of the best educated Physicians in this country a formula1 that we will give any Physician desiring it If you NEED a LIVE 11 Pill try these CO C P CALVERT is- Â¬ Â¬ f Sold by all Merchants nl3 CINCINNATI O Proprietor Louisville Ky Boston Mass Represented Blackburn J I TRIMBLE BROTHERS by J 13 nUly Duiilapgj II JuiiliiplWG ISnrrett DUNLAP WHOLESALE Manufacturers of BROS CO WW IiUIuduIu wHUuuip Onrlrllnim IdWIMtS IN OdlLulUl J J Saddlery Harness c AND MT STERLING KY SADDLERY HARDWARE 72H and 730 W Main St BOH nLOly LOUISVILLE KY erllqircsoutod bv NUNNELLY Respectfully Invite the Mountain Merchants to Examine their Stock and Prices before purchasing BRINKLEY GRUBBS uL 1 H DEALERS IN wmrm m p HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY STOYESJIN PLATE SHEET IRON who was at his homo in Frankfort Head Clerk Marshall lists been fatal- Tinners Stock Mantels Etc ly wounded by a convict Convict Mc And Manufacturers of Laughlin dead Horton dying Come immediately Ho is at the scene now Plain Stamped and Japanned Tinware and thinks another man will be impliG2 Wivt Mais Srnnrr cated in the murder Tho Commercial and 201 to 209 7th St was informed by steamboat captain that KY Horton has since died Â¬ Wholesale and Retail Largest Stock Lowest Prices Heavy invoices arriving daily and stacks upon stacks of goods to meet every department of trade Live Stock Country Produce and School Claims received in trade on notes accounts or J T F DAY merchandise nfitf LOUISVILLE Trouble Ahoad The following are the registers at the When tho up no the fails mid sleep Pieratt House grows restless una un refreshing there is trouble ahead Tho digestive organs when TKT II GILLIS WV WITH healthy crave food the ncrvouH system when vigorous and tranquil gives its KSTAnLISHEIlR7 It Is now nearly si years Mnco thin medlclno wad offered at possessor no uneasiness atjnight A tonic remedy for Womrn and from that time lt9 to be effective should not be a mere ap puiauou nan sicauny increased unui ai WHOLESALE the proert day It Is Almost untvpronlly acknowloagra throughout ne riy nit pniisoi inc worm 10 ue me scp petisor nor are tho nerves to be strength remtay wonn Uonf ecllonB made more for tho purpose of pleasing tho potato than of overcoming the rreijn disease haro been manufactured all orer the countryi but their ahort ivae at mo is nearly cxnnusica ana cned and soothed by the unaided action of I A Kohncxtocka Vcrmlf umj continues to crow in favor dallr Children often look jxite and sickly from no other cause than tromuand irpcuma aro most frequently the result of theso hidden sappers and miners When a sodntl ve or a narcotic What is required they aro Irrltablo and feverish sometimes crarlnjr food and eating ravenously niraln refusing wholesome diet tosslntr restlessly In slocp moanlnir and crindtns tho toetli then bo assured these symptoms aro indications of is n medicine which invigorates the stomiprorma ach nnd promotes assimilation of food Many helpleis Tn another part of this papor appears child has teen laid In No 013 West Main Strkct by the system by which means the nerv- Â¬ tho Krare when tho dUease which caused LOVISVILLK KY an iaierviow relative to the valuo of can ous system as well as other parts of the its deatn nas ttern cn tlrelv misunderstood and When Worms havo rnallv bconthnrnimn Tfh horn nrnrnl hrvnnrfpnrll thlf Trnrrrn jiel coal and tho demand for it and if physical organism are strengthened In tho human axlt their children system from earliest Infanoythcreroro parents cspeclall v Tiiof Aeri who are more constant These arc the effect of llostetters Stom GEORGE E TUCK cannot be surely as thoy exist they can we will bear in mind that tho coal spo Â¬ Louisville Ky with withaly and nptedlly removed too observing or thoIrsf vmnrrnnotconnjforoof It A Kahnestocka Vermlfiiie bo from thomotffrHifefnSnfby the timely uso ach Bitters a medicine whose reputation Physician do not hesltato to recommend it and use It In their prnctico and many of tho most eminent of tho ken of is inferior to that wo can show is founded firmly in public confidence profMon from all parts of the country testify to its uniform success Infactlt nevor falls It has fre CO GREEN HUFFAKER juently bH n Riven to children as a safo purgative not snspctins the causo of tho illness and larjre quantities we should bo ashamed that wo have slopt aud which physicians conimond for its of onm wen dlscharfred and immediate relief afforded Orcnt caution mint bo ucd by every purchaser ti WhoItMilu Dealers in b his own Judfre In one senso and to examine overy bottle he buys of it The simple name of FaHNKstock not Mirirlpnt Ho mutt look closely and carefully to see that the Initials are B A Fajwestocx and be satU tonic anti biliious and other properties K long nod with nothing elw AND New Fjujrruv ttottaiid Co Mo Castbripob Md has now como for us to take It is used with the best result- in fever 9rhc time Simr J E Schwartx Co Iff f sbiirff ij 01o WMnin St LOUISVILLE KY and ague rhumatism kidney and uter- Â¬ Ttavlmr weA tho original D A Fahnestock Verml Qtntltmtn I havo uod some of that most cxrellent our places in tho lino of progress nnd ine weakness aud other maladies reminiy II A KahncstocksVermlfuire and found It to fuire in my practice for many years I havo no bei Invites you to call ami sue him when you have the desired effect I think your vermifuge can tancy Inrecommcndlnplt as a remedy which Is tajt push onward until every citizen can visit theeitv reliable and jjlclif In all cases where a Vermifuge Ls nit aMy bedHpcnned with In any family THOS 11 HANDY M D Yoiirvrtc p J WHUMMRDMD nedod boost a plethorio puiso Mr B must vocrjsoiui to nn Kentucky Cannot Coal 4 r oiiiiriDTf Tj OUlMdltlfJ a jV Pittsburg Pa Solo Proprietors A FahneatockACo A WORD B not wait for Mr A to mako tho start The Cincinnati Enquirer has tho folWITH for something better but ho must him lowing iutorview which bIiows tho value boIC get up and hum Wc must all hus- Â¬ of the Kentucky cannel coal fields great Now York Air F tle and do a heap of it A littlo com- Â¬ firm was Scnvcrns of aennngo yesterday introduced on bined effort upon tho part of our citizens by Cnptiiu Alexander McDonald - DEALER IN HARNESS AND COLLARS Do you deal in any Western coul just now will shortly bring us two or 707 700 7J t W MAIN STREET Onlyono kind It is too high priced tnoro railroads nnd wo should mnko for general consumption when shipped LOUISVILLE KY haste to haro them It may cost us a that distance The only Western coal HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY littlo work perhaps a littlo land mnybo we nso is tho Kentucky cannel coal Wo OE It TURNER KKKPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FCIL ASSORTEENT OF a littlo money But can wo nilbrtl to have just delivered 2000 tons to Liver Headquarter Mt Sterling Ky KKIKINEKTtNO bo stingy about a matter which is so juJoi Englnud and they aro crazy about Staple Fancy Dry Goods Ready Clothing it and they want more I am figuring vital to our well being and tho prosperity Caps Co Tinware now on getting 23000 tons to ship over of otir posterity Svholutfilo Denlurs in To bo niggardly now there Hardware Table and Cutlory Grocer- will relegate ua to tho realm ol oblivion and Farming ios All persons who havo land for sale In fact everything iminlly k t in n drntclais country htrs nml nt UOTTOM IliKTS and wo can revel only in reproaches for 010 W Main St LOUISVILLK KY will find it to their interest tocullattuh Aln will take in eohunpo for Oooils or in iinymeni of any debt due me rU kiiwli ui th9 rum wrought of our own rldgidlty olUco before selliug Will bo at Mt SlttvUni every Couuty Court Couutry Vcoduce aud livestock of every desenvtiou Â¬ nU Om McCord Aydelotte l BAhAHNESTOGKS i Â¬ Â¬ iHfiiiiai SHOES VERMIFUGE I - BOOTS Â¬ w Harbison SADDLERY Cathright C B SWANCO and made Boots Shoes Queenswaro Pocket Implements Stoves GENERAL MERCHANDISE Hats Green Huffaker BOOTS AND SHOES ai t Jh a - i JJ m Ttij niifMissssssslissssssssssssssssssssfcsssssMMLsssssssssMBB sjctSj -- yt Jf WW A She ERALD Â¬ Â¬ Republican Convention Pursuant ton cull of the chalrmau of the Republican committee of Magoffin county a convention was held at Salycrvillu on May 23d 1SS7 for tho puqiosc of selecting dele gates to attend the Republican Senatorial convention to be held at Hazel Green on Tune 16th to nominate a candidate to repre-Â¬ sent the 34th Senatorial district iu the next General Assembly of Kentucky The following resolutions were presented and adopted Resolved 1 That wc approve of the call of the convention to be held at Hazel Green Â¬ Dissolution Notloo The partnership heretofore existing be tween Cooper it Back in the publlcutlon of Thk IIkrald h disolved by mutual consent Mr Hack retiring Our Mr Back having decided to enter the Union Theological 8eminnry and renew the prosecution of his studies for the ministry has severed his connection with Tun Hbrald All parties owing subscription on June 18th 2 That Jackson Davis J W Coffee through Mr Back arc requested to remit Minix and all good Wyley Patrick Noah tame to him at Jackson Kv Republicans of this county be appointed as delegates to said convention LOCAL 3 That the delegates attending said convention go uninstructcd Inham Smith of Frozen Creek has been On motion the meeting adjourned granted a pension J C HOWARD Chairman H W ATKKSON Secretary Corn is selling in this market at GO to 75 cents per bushel Ruilroad Mooting Â¬ NEWS Â¬ A meeting was held in Salycrvillc on Come and sec us if you want to sell your May 23d for the purpose of ascertaining the land We will do nil the advertising free sentiment of the citizens of Magoffin county Preaching t the Methodist Church last in regard to building a railroad through the Sunday v rpcgnnd evening by the pastor mountains W J Hngcr was made chair Â¬ man and the following resolutions were Levi G Iy a very old mnn living in the offered by Hon D D Sublctt and ndoptcd iihir of town is lying at the point of Resolved 1 That wc the citizens of Ma dt Un goffin Â¬ Clara Day nnd Rosa Burton pnid our sanctum a pleasant visit last Thursday evening Mioses Jinn W p Taulbec left Washington on June 1st for home und may now be at Salyersville The Louisville Legion won 1500 in prize money at the inter State drill recently held at Washington City Gun Steele colored died lost Friday morning at his residence tear Swaugo Spriugs of consumption county in meeting assembled agree the construction of a railroad through our county and that we will give such aid to any company as may first reach our county line as will be commensurate with the advantages to be received and to the extent of our ability to give 2 That Thk Hazel Gkkcn Hkhald Mt Sterling Gazette Sentinel Democrat and West Liberty Gem be requested to publish these proceedings Ou motion the meeting adjourned W J HAGER Chairman II W Atkeson Secretary to favor Our Now Dross Â¬ Be certain to rend this issue inside and The Outlook states that Dr Swetman of Omaha Nebraska well known about here out and outside and in Helen Lnkcman Tal mages sermon current topics temperin visiting near Owingsvillc- ance talk historical sketches c will be Robert Little of Oillmorc and Mr Jona- found on the second and third and sixth than Childers of Stillwater gave our office and seventh pages On the first page is an a pleasant call last Saturday account of the examination the town laws On the fourth page will Rev Joseph Vance will preach in the political news te be found editorial matter the convict revolt Presbyterian Church at this place on the c On the fifth page will appear n locals second next Sunday in this month large amount of local and the eighth page Several buyers from a distance will attend will contain locals and correspondancc On the stock sale here next Wednesday and the whole you find TllK Heuald the best we learn that there will be u good demand paper published in Fnstern Kentucky and the cheapest and you should subscribe for both mules nudhurscs Remember that if you want lull value for The Camptou carding machine owned by your money this is the paper for you to enter fc Smalley is just now doing excel- take Get your friends to do so lent work and the proprietors invite the Tho P Cand F attention of those needing rolls to their We have heard many of our largest tax facilities payers express themselves very favorable Judge J M Oliver has received the Dem to the proposition that will be made by the ocratic nomination for the Legislature from directors and we feel confident that on the Montgomery Powell Menifee and Wolte conditions hinted at Bourbon will vote her counties Mr Oliver isasolid man and his dis- pro rata in less than ninety days trict will be well represented Outlook The Frankfort gentlemen are not specula tors in any sense of the word but are busi Henry Pieratt our street commissioner ness men and citizens representing banking last Thursiduy while working the streets and other business houses and they say that near this office found a quarter buried in they are like Bourbon in a pocket and the mud It was dated 1877 and hnd evi must have an outlet and an opposing line dently been there a long time The finder Bourbon News now thinks industry is ulwuys rewarded Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Our friends who have job work at this office will please be lenient with us We will get it out as soon as possible Chang ing the dress of our paper has consumed a large partofourtime and we have been una ble to give job work the attention it should Â¬ Â¬ have fl I r mi J rv All surveyors of county roads in this county who fail to put their respective roads WOLFE COUNTY in good repair at once will be reporteil to CAMrrOK May 3 Tames Sample of the next grand jury which meets second Monday in July So you can take warning Grassy Creek is visiting friends und relaand save trouble and expense tives at this place Z T Hurst and J R Elkins have just reG B Swango J W C C turned from Louisville nnd Lexington where From John M Rose County Supeintend they bad been on business enl of Schools we learn that there are in D C Williams has gone to Cincinnati to Wolte county 2538 white children of the buy a new stock of good school age males 130D female 11229 There James B Williams a younger brother of are also 44 colored children in the school D C Williams and one of the leading pro age In the county are forty six school duce merchants of the mountains Ls off on houses forty five for white children and a trip to the upper counties to buy produce one for colored children Prof S S Taulbec the sheep drover is in town this week Next Wednesday the loth inst is the Charlie Howe the pleasant intelligent regular stock sale day at this place and we urbane traveling salesman of handsome hope to see a large crowd in attendance and Bros Mt Sterling was in our midst a good lot of stoek here also Our farmers Trimble reports sales good mhxed it last sale day by not being on hand this week He L C Demaree of this plncc has Prof with their stoek and judging the future by miss it next Wed received the intelligence only a few days the past tney might again Overton Texas that ho had been nesday if they fall to bring stock here since from principal of the High School nt that 5ood cattle will bring good prices and so elected He together with his brother Thom will good mules Our farmer friends must place who has been attending the theological ue their own pleasure ubout bringing in as department of Vandcrbuilt Universiy at stock Nnshvillc Tenn for the past year will go They de school district and take charge of the school At an election held in this a tax of ten sire nnd expect to build up a school of some last Saturday for the purpose cents on the 100 was voted to extend the permanence ns well as prominence at that school term The sum thus laised will ena place They have taught nt that point be ble the trustees to combine the common fore nnd this is why they arc selected again Wo learn that on the evening of Friday school with Hazel Green Academy and if they be wise they will do fo The advan the 10th inst at 7 oclock there will be at tages of such n union are many but chief the Methodist Church a meeting of all the among them may be mentioned better in advocates of prohibition principles in order btruetors more and hotter rotn better ven that they may organize and attach themtilation In summer greater comfort in win selves to the rapidly increasing little Spartan ter But wo propose next week to give in baud whoso object is by some yet unde detail tho reason why a combination will vised plan to drive intemperance from our be best and think when wo do so that all laud und prohibit the manufacture Falu Everybody in interested will agree with us Tho vote for and usu of nrdont spirit to attend cordially invited lllv tux was tweutythrco against it five Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ To those people of Mt Sterling Winches ter Lexington Paris Carlislefcc who contemplate visiting out town this summer we would respectfully recommend that they come via the Kentucky and South Atlantic railroad and take the hack from Rothwcll Station They will find it the cheapest and altogether the best mode of travel Tho Hack Lino Â¬ Â¬ Tho dwelling house of Andy Spencer of Lower Dcvlln Creek was burned a few nights ago His l6ss amounted to nil his household furniture a considerable amount of corn and bacon and all his money It is not supposed to have been fired by design ing parties but took Ire by accident David Hogg our County Court Clerk and former correspondent lor Tun Herald has just returned from his trip to San FranRobert Rose one of Ken Â¬ cisco California tuckys native sons who had been confined in tho city hospital at that place on account of misfortunes which had befallen him in the form of paralysis which was brought about by exposure together with being pre- Â¬ cipitated from ahorse while horse racing on the plains of Oregon returned with him no returned to his childhoods home There was much joy among his parents and friends over the return of the wandering boy Hogg has much to say of what he saw and learned ou his trip Of course it would be impossible for one like Mr Hogg who is ac- Â¬ customed to go through the world with his eyes open to take such an extensive trip without observing much of importane and it would be equally as Impossible for one of his gift of gab to see so much as he must necessarily have done without painting with his wonderful descriptive powers many at- Â¬ tractive and beautiful scenes which he witnessed The following is an outline of his trip as he gave it to us shortly after his return Left Catnpton May 10th 1887 arrived at Mt Sterling the same day Left Mt Ster- Â¬ ling May 12th arrived at Cincinnati Ohio on the evening of the same day Left Cincinnati on Friday May 13th or 705 J M arrived at St Louis at 9 oclock A M crossed the Missouri river at St Charles und reached Kansas City same day Left Kan sas City May 15th nt 1025 A M and on the morning of the 20th came in sight of Arkan- Â¬ sas Valley On Tuesday May 17th took dinner at Coolidge Colorado elevation 3365 feet passed through tunnel nt Raton Pass on boundary line between Colorado and New Mexico nt a hight of 6636 feet passed on into New Mexico and took break last ab Albuquerque which contains 7000 inhabitants 4000 Americans nud 3000 Mexicans On Wednesday May ttfth took lunch at Kingsmun Arizona Territory nnd stopped for breakfast at the Needles in California near the Colorado river in the Ma jove Indian Reservation which is the begin ning of the great desert Passed through Calico mining district 2000 feet elevation laid over four hours at Mnjoro California crossed Kern river nt 030 A M on Mav 19th and took breakfast at Tulare near Tulare lake in California and arrived at San Francisco on same day and took lodging nt the American Exchange Hotel Friday May 20th visited the county nnd city hospital and found Roberts Rose in whose interest he had gone to that place On Saturday May 21st visited the Golden Gate Park nnd ana the cliff house on the Pacific coast in company with R S Rose On the morning of the 22d left San Francisco being accom panied by R S Rose On Monday May 23d crossed the Sierra Nevada mountains the boundary line between California and Nevada The snow on top of the mountain was shoe mouth deep On Tuesday the 24th passed through the Mormon Territory by way of the great Salt Lake Took bteak fast at Ogden Utah took dinner nt Evans town Wyoming Territory which has a population of 1600 Wednesday May 25th took breakfast nt Larima Wyoming popula tion 3500 height 7137 feet On same day stopped at Mt Sherman got some specimens Took of Rock saw Oak Ames monument breakfast nt North Platte Nebraska popu lation 2200 On Thursday May UWth took breakfast at Council Blufi lown population 25000 nrrived at Chicago Ills on the morning of the 27th went to see the battle of Gettysburg and visited Lincoln on Lake Michigan Left Chicago the same evening at H30 On Saturday May 28th took breakfast at Covington Ky mid took supper at Rothwcll same day Reached home on 29th The following report of the Wolfe County Medical Association was handed me for publication The minutes of previous meeting road nnd approved After which the following programme was carried out Lecture by S S Swangn Scrofula Essay by J W Kendriuk Cerebro Spinal Menin gitis Essay by J II Stamper Croup Es On motion say by Wm Swango Measles Stumper J Vv Kendriek nnd S S Swango were appointed a committee on pro gramme who reported the followiug for the 1th Saturday in June B F Hutton Obstetrics J II Baker The Symptons of Irritation and Iufiamation and their different endings J B Taulbec 7M Knsh Typho PueruperaT Eclamsin Malarial Fever S S Swango Remittent Fever J W Kendrick Scarlet Fever A M Swango Purtussus Wm Swango Dys intcrv J 11 S Stamper Tvphoid Fever A Conglcton Pneumonia Ira G Profitt Syphilis Edward Diekerson Epilepsy J Flutt Hysteria On motion the meeting adjourned to meet in Campton on the 4tli Saturday in June at 1 oclock p M J W Kkndiuck Secretary From a glance nt the foregoing report of the secretary of this association we see that a large number of those assigned to duty at previous meeting failed to put in their ap pearance nnd respond to their calls Good reasons might be given for their non attend ance There urc quite a number of circumstances incident to the practice of medicine which might demand their immediate pres ence and attention and without this they would lose the confidence of the people and their reputation as a practitioner There are other excuses for their failure to attend that would not be so plausible Some of these I have heard talked of among tho members of this association They say that there are some men who go about through some counties making a great deal of noise saying to themselves and all those with whom they come iu contact that they are splendid doctors They have read Greeleys Medical Almonac MoCanlys Treatiso on Diseases of horses and cnttle They borrow them n pair of saddle bags a box of Indian Root pills a pair of tooth extractors and a little Jalap iu water und they go forth oek up and down the highways of earth ing whom they may kill somebody If these men know so much and arc such flno physicians thuru nru menu provided for Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Smith P Kerr Manufacturer of H S Bast Grades of Full rDbHbqII ftW fkm AND DEALER IN Grain Feed WINCHESTER c KY Guarantes Satisfac Â¬ tion in Grads and Prices at all tlmss 1 n V KERRS ROLLER i JJAI for PrnFECTlOv Wheat MILL FLOUR and carry a largo sup- Extract WHITE lKARLlateniKouer illy of the following brands T J rn 1 06 V A HAZEL UlthKN KY nro Solo Agent for Eastern Kentucky MAONOIIA Roller Fancy Silvkk Lake Roller Family Globe Superfine spon which oO Gm they will quote prices anu acJivcr at xiozei ureeu or iwuiwcu owuuu them to have an opportunity of telling and having the world to know what they have learned They can come before tho State Medical Board and receive their diploma or cetificutc of qualifications nud also come before the Medical Association and discuss the various topics assigned them Part of this our laws require them to do and wc sincerely hope that our officials will take this matter in charge and have tho laws en- Â¬ forced Those medical men who were at the last meeting of the association say that they hope to have all those who have been assigned to duty to attend the next meeting Avis Â¬ louis WHOLESALE DEALERS IN mi 9 AND co sliit UNION 5TSSETS NOTIONS THIED BAGS aGly Swango Springs June Sd H II Swan- Â¬ go went to Quicksand this week with goods for J T FDay Miscs Lane Taulbeeand Emma Kash were guest at the Swango House Sunday evening Miss Maggie Kash was the guest of Mollie Swango Sunday night Miss Rosa Trimble nnd Miss Ella Cecil of Stillwater are guest at Swango House tonight Miss Ella will leave for her home tomorrow accompanied by Julia Cecil nnd Robt Motley Mr S S Combs nnd lady of Campton and Mr A B Swango and lady of Sanfield were the guests of Mr and Mrs Newton Swango at Swango House Saturday and on Sunday morning the above named in com pany with Mr and Mrs II II Swango Mr Mrs J M Kash Frank Cecil nnd Harrison Swango spent the day ut J C Swangos all of Uncle Harrys children were present but Mrs Frank Cecil and Mrs Wm Kash of Mo All enjoyed the occasion very much but none felt happier than Mr Newton Swango whose very existence is almost u miracle he still improves nnd declares that all the honor shall beconferedon Kentucky and Swango water The following are registered at the Swan CB go House Winchester Loafers Fox L 11 Jones P B Winn C E Martin Fred Broadhurst J D Reese Chester E Reee C F A Noel and Mr Craig of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Cincinnati JAMES P FANT TIIE WITH Old Reliable Hat House W S DICKINSON DEALERS IN M CO Gloves Umbrellas Etc Cornor Pearl and Vine CINCINNATI O Will always be found ready to attend to the wants of the patrons of the house Thank- ful for past patronage you are invited to call nud see us when in the city and Uncle Jim Fant promises to put on his best good n im looks when waiting upon you G H Dean Kite Pollard Importers and Wholcsalo Dealers in Cueensware Glassware Lamps Charleston 111 Master Cortney F Combs of Campton is the guest of little RushieSwango this week He says I do not like the Swango water Northwest corner Pearl but papa says I must drink it Walnut Streets II II Swangn and and lady are visiting at Frank Cecils on Grassy Died at his home June 3d Augutus Steele a Cm colored He was always respected anil leaves a large circle ot friends to mourn his loss To his sorrowing wife we tender our i most heart felt sympathies for while it U her loss it Ls his eternal gain Peace be to bis ashes Mines Luln and Emma Kash paid us n fly Â¬ ing visit Tuesday evening Decorated Dinner Tea and Chamber Ware and c CINCINNATI RICHAfMNKSGO WHOLESALE Â¬ Mountain Girl Mr Logan A Wood Committeeman and organizer for the State of Kentucky of the Union Labor party of the United Stutcs has issued a call tor a State Convention to be held at Lagrange Kv on Friday June 17 1887 Tho call is addressed to all citizen of Kentucky regardless of party race or color The binds of representation shall be nt least two delegates from each county in tht State and for each county iu the State hav ing more than 1200 legal voters returned by the Assessor of said county one delegate Â¬ JII Tho Labor Convention Â¬ GROCERS No 29 Vine Street CINCINNATI aCly for every 000 or fractional part thereof over 1200 Ill is convention will nominate can didates for all the State office nnd with four tickets iu the field the tight will be in teresting Â¬ Â¬ Abe Bloch Mens Youths Co Boys and Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ duties As mv whole time is occupied with othpr 1 ofler for sale at private contract my farm Childrens MM FOR J3ALE CLOTHING Vine Street MIS t i J or if desired will add Co acres more to it Said farm is situated in Clark county Ky O AVt miles east of Winchester on the C There is n flag station nt the lot Rnilrond gate 100 yards from the house and a side track about 300 yards below the lot gate There is a comfortable dwelling house good tobacco bam stock barn and other buildings upon the plncc Two good ponds and several spriugs furnish water for nil pur poses About 25 acres Is virgin soil and except 20 acres none of the place has been cultivated for 20 veors It is one of tho BEST GRASS FARMS IN CLARK nnd there is enough timber on it to fence it for 20 years I will ull it nt a bargain Any one wishing to purchase a good and cheap home iu Clark will du well to call and ox amino this farm before purchasing For further particular address whore C It FOX Winchester Ky or 81UNOKIt COOW5H Hwel Green Ky Â¬ Containing 145 Acres 122 n201y Cincinnati O Cummins ARTISTIC Son Â¬ iitl mi rvuKonublo mm 5i SON MAKERS dv HAJ5KL GUISES KY Am prepared to maku to order in a smiorior Mvlo nnd nu short notice Ladle nnd Genti Fine Shot mid Hoots In latest htyloa ami Kojiaiiing will receive of best material prompt attention and priuou ou ulltwwk l upiilly Cull und eo us CUMMINS Je83ti 1 - ST -- j i mm K9S fniHHBnMaBiaan 4 r MW1 V - 7H rw77i dlHMFJHT wiji - mm 7 -- WWWMBF nw w i bppbi2 rn i r w-sw- w innmwi nuwi m hi iw 11 I R f days nnd nights and years by any oarthly tlmo piece might calculato thorn by tho numbers of opportunities and morclos Thoro Is Llttlo Smooth Sailing for which nro burning down and burning but nover to bo relighted lost at last wo bo amid Gods Obildron t Our lamps tho foolish virgins who cried hove gone outl fhn Vaxrcr of Ditrlnicm itro Krnr on tlm Again 1 commend tho behavior of the Alert utul tlio World l MltiRlliifr for disciples to nil who aro tempted I havo Jtncirti Hitter Clip Dr Tulmujfoa Sor heard men in mid life say thoy had no or raon been led into temptation If you havo not felt temptation it is be rauso you havo not tried to do right A JBltOOKLTX Dr Tnlraagos text man hobbled and hand cuffod as long as to day vtfsAnaJlIs disciples wont and he lies quietly docs not tost tho powor of toldJeausVMntthowxiv 12 Ho said tho chain but whon ho rises up and with An outrageous assassination had juat determination resolves to snnp tho hand- Â¬ taken place TO appnaso a rovongoful cuff or break tho hopple thon ho ilnds tho votnap King Iiorod ordered the death of power of tho iron And thcro aro men hat noblo self sacrificing Christian John who havo been for ten and twonty and tho Uaptlst Tho group of the dlsciploa thirty years bound hand and foot by ovil woro thrown Into grief and dismay Thcro habits who havo never felt tho powor of was no authority to which they could tho chain becauso thoy havo ncvor triod aVd yot grief must afwuys fltid ox to break it It Is very easy to go on down proasion If thro bo no human oar to with ho stream and with tho wind lying hoar it thon tho agonized soul will cry it on your oars but just turn around and try aloud to tho winds aiid tho woods and tho to go against tho wind and the tide nnd wators Hut thqro was an oar that was you will Had that it ia a different matter willing to listen Thcro is a tender As long ns wo go down tho current of our pathos and at tho csamo time a most ovil habit wc seem to got along quite admirable plpturo In tho words of my toxt smoothly but If after awhile wo turn Thoy wont nntl told Jesus IIo could around and head tho other way toward understand alLthctr grief and IIo immedi- Christ and pardon and Heaven oh thon how ately soothed it Our burdons aro not wo havo to lay to tho oars You will havo nioro than half bo heavy to carry if another your temptation You havo ono kind you is thrust under tho other ond of them anothor you anotlicrnot ono person escap- Â¬ Horo we And Christ His brow shadowed ing with grief standing amid tho group of It Is all folly for you to say to somo ono dlsciplos who with tears and violent gos I could not bo tempted as you aro Tho ticulutlons and wringing of hands nnd lion thinks it is so strango that tho iish outcry of bereavement aro expressing should bo caught with a hook Tho ilsh their woo llaphaol with his skillful thinks it so strango that tho lion tthould bo brush putting upon tho wall of a palaco caught with a trim You seo somo man somo scene of sacred story gavo not so with a cold phlegmatic temperament nnd skillful a stroko as when tho plain hand of and you say 1 suppose that man has not tho evangelist writes Thoy wont and any temptation Yes ns much as you told Jesus havo In his phlegmatic nature ho has a Tho old Goths and Vandals once camo temptation to indolence and censorious down upon Italy from the north of Europe ncss nnd over eating and drinking a and thoy upset thp gardens nnd thoy broko temptation to ignoro tho grOat work of life down tho altars and swopt away ovory a temptation to lay down an obstacle in the thing that was good and beautiful So way of all good enterprises Tho temperahoro is over and anon in tho history of ment decides tho stylo of temptation but nil tho sons nnd daughters of our raco an sanguine or lymphatic you will have incursion of rough handed troubles thnt temptation conio to plunder and ransack and put to the Satan has a grappling hook just fitted torch all that tnon highly prizo Thorc is for your soul A man never lives boyond no cave so deeply clort Into tho mountain as tho roach of temptation You say whon a to allow us shelter and tho foot of tho man gets to bo soventy or eight years of lleotost courser can not boar us beyond ago ho is safe from all Satanic assault pursuit Tho arrows thoy put to tho You aro very much mistaken A man at string fly with uuerringdart until wo fall eighty live years of age has as many tempts pierced and stunned ations as a man at twonty llvo They aro I reel that I bring to you a most appro- only different styles of temptation priate mossago I moan to bind up all your Ask tho aged Christian whothor ho is grlofs Into a bundle and sot them on ilro never assaulted by tho powor of darkness with a spark from Gods altar Tho samo If you think you havo conquered the prescription that en rod tho sorrow of tho power of temptation you aro very much dlsclplos will euro all your heartaches I mistaken havo road that whon Godfrey nnd his army A nym who wantod a throno pretended marched out to capturo Jorusalom ns thoy ho was very weak and sickly and if ho camo over tho hills at tho ilrst Hash of tho was olevatod he would soon bo gone Ho pinnacles of that beautiful city tho army crawled upon his crutches to tho throne hat hud marched in silunco lifted a shout and having attained it ho was strong that mado tho earth tremble O you sol- again Ho said It was well for mo diers of Jcsus Christ murchlug on toward while I was looking for tho scepter of an Heaven I would that to dny by somo other that I should stoop but now that I gleam from tho palaco of Gods mercy and havo found it why should I stoo and ho Clods strength you might no lifted into threw away his crutches and was well great rejoicing and that boforo this sor again vice is ended you might raiso ono glad How lllustrativo of the power of temptato tho Lord tion You think it is a weak ami crippled In tho llrst place I commend tho be inlluoncc but give it a chance and it will be liavlor of these disciples to all thoso in tho a tyrant in your soul it will grind you to nudlenco who aro sinful and unpardoned atoms No man has finally and forever Thoro comes n time in almost ovory mans overcome temptation until ho has left the history whon ho fools from somo sourco world Hut what are you to do with these that ho has an erring nnturo Tho thought temptations Toll every bod v about them may not havo such heft as to foil him It Ah what a silly man you would be As may bo only like tho Hash in an evening well might a commander in a fort send cloud just after a very hot mimmor day word to the enemy which gato of the castle Ono man to get rid of that impression will is least barred as for you to go and toll go to prayor anothor will stimulato him- what all your frailties aro and what your self by ardent spirits and another man temptations aro Tho world will only will dlvo deeper Into seeuluritica Hut caricature you will only scoff at you soma times a man can not got rid of thoso What thon must a man do Whon the inprosstons Tho fact is whon a man wavo strikes him with terrllle dash shall 11 mis out that his otornlty is polsod upon a behave nothing to hold on to In thin con perfect uncertainty and that tho next test with tho world tho tosh nnd tho niovomont his foot may slip ho must do dovil shall a man havo no help no counomo thing violent to make himself forgot sel whore ho stands or olso lly for refugo Our text intimates something different If thoro aro any horo who havo resolved In thoso eyes that wopt with tho Bethany that thoy would rathor die of this awful sisters I soo shining hope In that voico cancer of sin than to havo tho heavenly which spake until tho gravo broko and tho surgeon cut it out lot mo say my dear widow of Nain had back her lost son and brothor you tnlnglo for yourself a bitter tho sea slept and sorrow stupendous woko up in tho arms of rapture in that voico 1 cup You lly in tho face of your ovorlastlng hear tho command and tho promise Cast Interests You crouch undor a yoko and thy burden on tho Lord and Ho will susWhy should you carry your you bite tho dust when this moment you tain theo might riso up a crowned conquoror burdens any longer Oh you weary soul Driven nnd perplexed und harassed as you Christ has been in this conflict Ho savs 3Iy graco shall bo sufficient for you You liavo boon by sin go and toll Josus To relax tho grip of death from your soul and shall not bo tompted abovo that vou aro plant your unshackled feet upon tho ablo to boar Tliorofore with all your golden throno Christ lot tho tortures of temptations go ns thoso disciples did and tho bloody mount transllx Him With tho toll Josus tooam of His own cross Ho will bronk Again I commond tho behavior of tho down tho door of your dungeon From disciples to all thoso who aro abused and tho thorns of His own crown Ho will pick slandered and persecuted Whon Horod enough gems to mnko your brow blnzo put John to death tho disciples knew that with eternal victory In ovory tear on His their own heads wore not safe And do wot chook in ovory gn9h of His sldo In you kuow that ovory John has a Horod ovory long blaokoning mark of lncornttou Thoro aro persons in Hfo who do not wish tfrom shoulder to shouldor in tho g you vory woll Your misfortunes nro Hoavon stormlng doath groan honoycombs to thorn Through their tooth 1 hear Him say Him that comoth unto thoy hiss at you misintorprot your mo- Â¬ Mo I will in no wiso cast out tives and would bo glad to seo you upset Oh but you say instead of curing No man gets through lifo without having my wouud you want to mnko another a pummoling Somo slander comes aftor wound namely that of conviction I Havo you hornod nnd husked nnd hoofed to you nover known n surgoon to como and goro nnd trample you And what aro you Und a chronic dlsoaso and thon with sharp to dot I toll you plainly thnt all who snrvo caustlo burn it nil outl Bo tho graoo of Christ must suffer persecution It is God comos to tho old soro of sin It has tho worst sign In tho world for you to bo long boon rankling thoro but by Dlvlno ablo to say 1 havent un enemy in tho graco it is burnod out through thoso iiros world A woo is pronounced U tho Uiblo of conviction tho flesh coming again as against tho ono whom ovory body speaks tho Hosh of n little child whoro sin woll If you nro at pcaeo with all tho abounded graco much moro aboundoth world and over body llkos you and ap With tho ton thousand unpardoned sins of proves your work It is becauso you aro an your Hfo go and toll Josus You will nover Idlor in tlio Lords vineyard und aro not got rid of your sins In uuy other way and doing your duty romombor that tho broad Invitation which All thoso who hnvo sorvod Christ how J extend to you will not always bo ox- - over eminent havo been mnltroatod at You soma Btago of their oxperionco I A ienuL KijiffAlfrcd boforo modern ttmo plocos kuow It was so lu tho timo of Gcorgo ti rZ r wTnieu usou 10 umuo tho day into Whltollold whon ho stood und invited mon tO PUrlS QlKHt llOUra Oaeh ami thnn lm Into tho kingdom of God What did tho i Vttii eo wwx oandlo Uy tho tlmo t m llrt learned Dr Johnson nay of him I IIo pro eadle hud burnod to tho aookoi eight nounced him n mUornblr mountebank kour kd koiio und whon tho second can How was It when Hobort Hall utood and tte k4 Wumed to ho socket another olght spoke ns scarcely any uninspired man over lourk4 xnHoRHd whon nil throo candles did speak of tho glories of Heaven nnd u wrooeuuHmthoatty hud passed Oh ho stood Hubbtith after Sabbath prouuhlng M IKMM W lftW C4luuUtlH 0 r en Uwo thomo UU fei u klmlluU wllblho TESTATION - al Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ho--zun- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ grave--shatterin- Â¬ C Â¬ My head my head Shunam savs and they carry him homo to dio on tho lap Widowhood stands with of his mother tragedies of woo struck into the pallor of tho cheek Orphanage cries in vain for father and mother Oh the grave is cruel With tooth of stone it clutches for its prey Between tho closing gates of the sopulchor our hearts aro mangled and crushed Is there any oarthly solacoNono We come to the obsequies wo Hit with tho grief stricken we talk pathetically to their soul but uoon tlio obsequies havo passed tlio carnages have left us at tiodoor tho friends who stayed for a few days aro goni and tho heart sits in desolation listening for the llttlo feet that will never again patter through the hull or looking for tho ontranco of those who will nover como again sighing into tho dark ness over and anon coming across somo book or garment or little shoo or picture that arouses foi nior associations almost killing tho heart Long days and nights of suffering that wear out tlio spirit and expunge the bright lines of life and glvo haggardness to tho faco and draw the ilesli tight down over tho cheek bone and draw dark lines under tho sunken eye and the baud is tremulous nnd tho voico is husky and uncertain and tho griof is wearing grinding accumulat-Â¬ ing exhausting Now what aro such to do Aro thoy merely to look up into a brazen and uu pityiug Heuvcn Aro they to walk a blasted heath unfed of stroam unshelter ed by overarching tree Has God turned us out on tho barren com mon to dio Oh no no no Ho Ho comes with sympathy and has not kindness nnd love Ho understands all our grief Ho sees the holght and tho dopth and tho length and tho breadth of it Ho is tho only one that can fully sym pathize Go nnd toll Josus Sometimes whon wo havo trouble we go to our friends and wo explain it and they try to sympa thize but thoy do not understand ft Thoy can not understand it But Christ sees nil over 1 and all through it Ho not only counts tho tears and records tho groans but before tho tours started before tho groans began Christ saw tho inmost And Ho luding placo of our sorrow takes It and Ho weighs it and Ho meas Â¬ ures it nnd Ho pities it with un pity Bono of our bone Flosh of our flesh Heart of our heart Sorrow of our sorrow As long as Ho remembers Lazarus grave Ho will stand by you In tho cemetery As long as Ho remembers His own hoart broak Uo will stand by you lu tho laceration of your affections Whon Ho forgets tho foot soro way tho hlooploss nights tho woary body tho oxhaustod mind tho awful cross tho solomn grave thon ho will forgot you but not until thon Often when wo woro in trouble wo sent for our frloiuU but thoy worn tar away thoy could not got to us Como right to thoini Wo wroto awaV or tulagruphed Tako tho uoxt wuro Thoy camo at lust tvahi oro a groat whllu In omhi or jmrhaps loolnU But LhvUV 1 mIU4 ncarbC Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tho body of tho child that was folded so closely to the mothers heart is put away In tho cold and tho darkness The laugh tor freezes to tho girls lip and the roso scatters Tho boy in tlio harvest Held of street glory John Fostor a Christian man said Robert Hall is only acting of this man nnd tho smllo on his face is a reflection of John Wesley turned all his own vanity England upside down with Christian reform nnd yot tho punsters woro uf tor him and tho meanest jokes in England woro perpotratod about John Wcsloy What Is true of tho pulpit is true of tho pow it is true of tho street It Is true of tho shop nnd tho storo All who will llvo godly in Christ Josus must suffor porsocutlon And I set It down as tho very worst sign in all your Christian oxporlenco if you aro any of you at pcaco with all tho world Tho religion of Christ is war It is a challenge to tho world tho Hcsh nnd tho devil and if yon will bucklo on tho wholo armor of God you will find a great host disputing your path between this and what aro you to do But Heaven when you aro assaulted nnd slandered and abused as I supposo nearly all of you Go out and hunt havo been In your life O no silly man up tho slanderer While you aro explaining away a false hood In ono place fifty people will just have heard of it in other places I counsol you to another courso While you aro not to omit any opportunity of sotting yourselves right I want to toll you this morning of ono who had the hardest things said about Him whoso sobriety was disputed whoso mission was scouted whoso companionship was denounced who was pursued as a babo and spit upon as a man who was howled at after Ho was dead I will have you go unto Him with your bruised soul in somo humble child prayer saying I seo Thy wounds wounds of head wounds of feet wounds of heart Now look at my wounds and seo what I have suffered and through what battles I am going nnd I ontroat Thee by thoso wounds of Thine sympathize with mo And He will sympathize and Ho will help Go and toll Jesus Again I commend tho behavior of tho disciples to all who may have been bereav- Â¬ ed How many In garb of mourning If you could stand at this point whore I am standing and look off upon this audience how many signals of sorrow you would behold God has his own way of fuklng apart a family We must got out of tho way for coming generations Wo must get off the stago that others may como on and for this reason thcro is a long proces sion reaching down all tho tlmo into the valley of shadows This emigration from timo into oternitv is so vast an cnterpriso that wo can not understand it Every hour wo hear the clang of tho sepulchral gato Tho sod must be broken The ground must bo plowed for re3urrcction harvest Eternity must bo peopled The dust must press our eyelids It is nppointod unto nil men once to die This emigration from timo into eternity keeps three fourths of tho families of the earth in desolation The air is rout with farewells and the black tasselcd ve Â¬ hicles of doath rumblo through every Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ o loro you oeninn you wittim yoa mother ovor throw hor arms around hor child with such warmth und ecstasy of affection as Christ has shown toward you Closo nt hand noaror than tho staff upon which you lean nearor than tho cup you put to 3our lip nearer than tho handker- Â¬ chief with w hich you wipo away your tears I preach Him an over present How can compassionato Jesus you stay away one moment from Hun with your griefs Go now and tell Jesus It is often that our friends havo no powor to relievo us They would very much like to do it but thoy can not dison tanglo our lluanccs thoy can not euro our sickness or raiso our dead but glory bo to God thnt Ho to whom tho disciples went lias all powor in Heaven and on earth and at our call Ho will balk our calamities and at just the right time in tho presonco of an applauding earth and a resounding Heaven will rniso our dead He will do it He is mightier than Horod Ho is swifter than tho storm Ho is grander than tho sea He is vaster than ctornity And every sword of Gods omnipotence will leap from its scabbard and all tho resources of infinity bo exhausted rathor than that Gods child shall not be delivered when he cries to Him for rescue Supposo your child was in trouble How much would vou endure to get him out You would go through any hardship You 1 dont caro what It will would say cost I must get him out of that trouble Ho you think that God is not so good a father as you Weeing you in trouble and having all powor will He not stretch out His arm and deliver you He will Ho is mighty to save Uo can level tho mountain and divide tlio sea and can ox tiiiLinsh tho tire nnd savo tho soul Not dim of eye not weak of arm not iuuniu oi rosourcus duo wiiii an uiuniuy and tho -universe at His feet Go and tell Josus u ill you v whoso cheeks aro le ttoiwimuio niiii rimv oi ino irriivo vo Who can not look Up VO wllOSO hearts aro i i anuLvu in mu ini uiiiii ui mi i namo of tho religion of Jesus Christ which lifts every burden and wipes away ovory tear and delivers every captive and lightens every darkness I implore you now go and tell Jesus A little child went with her father a sea captain to sea and whon tho llrst storm came the little child was very much fright- ened and in the night rushed out of tho cabin and said Where is father i Where is father Then thoy told her Futher is on deck guiding the vessel and watching tho storm The little child immediately returned to her berth ami said It all right for fathers on deck Oh ye who aro tossed and driven in this world up by the mountains and dowu by the valleys and at your wits end 1 want you to know the Lord God is guiding tho ship Your rather is on deck Ho will briig you through the darkness into tho lrirbor Trust in the Lord Go and tell Josus Let me say that if you do not jou will have no comfort here and you will forever lie an outcast and u wanderor Your death will be a sorrow Your eternity will be a dis Thl Is tho bcit tlmo to purlfr your blood for nt no olhor r onion Is tlio body no fiuncoptlblu to bono tit from jncillclno Tho pocullar purlfylnu unU rovlT Inifqunlltlcs of Hoods Sarsapurllla nro JiMt wbut uro needed to oxpot iimcaso nnd fortify tho xystetn ngnlnst tlio dobllltutlnn offocts of mild wonther Krcry year Incromos tlio popularity of 1 foods Sar naparillu for ItM Just what pcoplo need lit tUlsaoa ton It Is tlio Ideal sprlntf medicine Por yoaM my blood wni In un unlienlthy condi- Â¬ tion My lees arms and faco vrcru covered with pcrofulous humor and nil tho medicine that I re ceived of tho physicians did mo no good I wus nd After taklm four vled to try Hoods Barsapnrilla up And nf tor us wero bottles the iorcswhich all healed eot mo only llvo dollars I liiK six bottle Fiilo JM was woll nnd healthy as I over was WEiiinm JlncoliOtass You Need If Now Hoods Sarsapariila EoldbyalldruirKlsts by C I 11001 It SI CO Uwoll ilxfor5 Prepared Muss only IOO Dcsgs One Dollar DR RADWAYS i Sarsapa RILLIAl THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER ior tliu 11 11 ol all llironlo iicuct Chronic Itlicumnthm RESOLVENT Glandular hwolliiii llnckint UryCouch Cancerous Alfcitlons Illicdliu of tlm Jutics D Miepslu Wa Â¬ ter llrnsh White Swellings Tumors tlcers ijp lilneuse flout Dropsy UlckoUs halt Khoum llron cliitl Connumptlou Diabetes Kidney tlludder Liver Complaints Ac I Scrofulous Complaints Ac I clear Bkln If you vould havo your flesh ilrm your bones round without caries nud your complexion mil uiu Inro lilnod Health Beauty flph mnltPK kdimkI nlrnnir Imnn nmi Radways Sarsaparijllan Flcsclvent TUF SKIH isi 1 i I I I i iicautirul llmplosuiotLiies Muck repots and Skm Kruptlons removed fores and Ilcers soon cured jvrsons MifleriiuMrom hcroluli Kruptlvo Diseases of the iye Mouth Kars Icks Throat ami Jlands at Inivoneeumulatod and uprend either from un- urei iUiusoh or mercury may rely upon a cure If thn Sar imnrillu Is continued ti suillcleiit tliuu ta mnko Its Impression upon thenytem Tho wonderful ores effected by theParsnparllllan He dvunt of Kidney lllndder Ovnrmn and frlnary Dl cascH its muivelous power In dissolvlnnstono and calculous coin retlis curing Gravel Gleet and dlseluirRes from tho Genital Glands Its powers u r the Kidneys in establishing it hculth spcrotlon of urine curlnp Diabetes luitammaticnorlrritation of the Itludiler Albuminous or Hrlck Dust Deposits or White nndA1 ostahllhlni Its ctiaractorasA T1TUTIUNAJj Jll M1U1 UllKAT I bold by alldruKKists VI houic I -- H1afTS5ur00f t clear und saiisa- - 1 Tho Groat Nursory of PEMEiM MORSES Marcs 200 Imported Brood Of Cnoicest Families Â¬ liAItfilflvi Ail Ages both biC3 IN STOCK iTIIIRKS Â¬ aster AGAINST THE GRAIN Thn Ilithlt Which Standi lu tlm Way of JMneiy rTons hue ecus nnd Ilnppltipsn When ono attempts to stroke the back of tlio success of the experiment and nlso its unnlcnsuntness both to thn stroking und stroked party aro vory much ruled by the effort being mado in the diWhen tho rection in which tho hair lios hand is drawn against tho direction of tho hair or as tho phrase isagaiust tho grain it is found to uo both uilncultainl disagree able when the cat in particular is treat ed in this manner thcro is a simultaneous development of electricity from her bad anil lire from her temper and it is odds but tho experimenter gets a good scratch Â¬ ing On tho contrary whon the hand is drawn with tho grain tho thing is found to bo quito ony and tho animal is manifestly pleased In such circumstances Madame Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SOO to 100 ANNUAL from Franco nil n cordod with uitftxled pcdlffrM In thn Iorfhprnn StlMl llooUs rno ren niTon nmooniy anu stun boou trcol of Franco osxftfJmK ota tin- - French mat mvs tho Oowrnment rupiKjrt ami endorsrment laO pogo CntalotrJO lllut tlons by Koto Rfnd 1 v3rSESSv iKoccqKa mtOKTEI M W IV Uuuhcur Ir Woyno DUNHAM DuPaee Co Illinois J Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Grinulkiti generally falls into that purring song ot hors which is nt once an expres sion of oxtremo satisfaction on her part and to human cars ono of tho most agreeable sounds in nuturo Strong analogy has led to tho application of the phraso with or ajaitvt tho gram to moral subjects When something is done to un individual or ho is obliged to do something which he greatly dislikes it is sad to bo arjaiiut fir yraln with him The surprising thing is that whilo this is so evident to all tho oxp3dlont of stroking ouch other idth tho hair is so littlo and so partially resorted to Every day wo soo individuals failing iu their purposes with their fellow croaturos and malting them enemies instead of friends merely be- Â¬ causo they do not take them with tho grain but ngainst it Parents loso tho affections of their children and forfeit all influence ovor them becauso cvory thing thoy dictate and rocommond evory word of advice and warnlngovery word of instruction and tho character of their wholo intercourse is against tho grain of tho natural faculties of tho younger party Servants and assistants of all kinds becomo disaffected to their employers becauso tho treatment which they exponenco is unfortunatoly all agaiutit tho groin In short this great secret of man manngomeut is often stranguly overlooked X Y Ltdyer Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ LADBE3 t Wilt purify tho BLOOD iwralett tho LIVER and KIDNEYS nnd Hfstouk tho HKAIiTHandVIO OK of YOUTH DypopiaWan or Ippotltn JnllRxtfonLnck ol FeellnBoD Dtntn nnn Tired Hone mu boiuloiy cured C1B8 nnu none rtceue new force Enllvon tb mind and unnolifyi Drain Power Safferimt from complaint illar to tli Mr nezwlil una I5R HARTmH IKON TONTO u safe and upcody cure Give n clmir healÂ¬ thy comploxion Froqaont attempt at counterfeit Â¬ ing only odd to tho popularity of tho oricianl Do notoiporimnnt sot theOniaiNALAMD lirtr Dr MAR TERS LIVER PILL3 V d fflCuro ComtlpatUon Liver Complaint and SloicB neadocho Oamplo Doso and Dream Book Vmalled on receipt o t two cento 1 n poatazo y mou Tosie UUMfAnY THE ONLY TROB inuunnnnitKMtUlUlNE St Louis Ma 73 jtlCAiYi DALIV have iised Ueo lottUsofMysCreaml Catarrh Wrswn iPcfriAnlrrtTsi WWCPfAU QMttral Halm and cotimder tnyxclf cured Isuf-- fHnVFEVPy Jced 20 years from ssv catarrh and catarrh mm J wssm m m al headache and this U the 1 Lifk without Industry is guilt and industry without art Is brutality and for tho word good Â¬ first remedy inai ajforuea lotting reUefD T Jlig imitan 1 J1 -Turk HI Kffifra y Stm SfTlxcSocJHI worm fc mm Cicaao 111 and wicked usod by men you may almost substitute tho word Jitukin uiikors or destroyers You must go around and watch tho open Â¬ ing bud from day today but it takn its own time and you can not urge It on faster than nnturo directs Jlaplht Wrekly Covusi kindness Is nt loast bottor than coarse auger and lu all privuto quarrols tho duller nnturo is triumphant by reason Ctorye KIM of its dullness A anon wlfo Is Hka tho Ivy which boautl lies tho building to which It clings twining iu tendrils moro lovingly us tlmo convert tho undent edltlco Into a ruin Johiuon Irti wMriiiUfttlinitnfUts Urndnrs fice hlY RHUS PPHedlntocach nostril and laairreeiible by mall n Klteredeoet Druggist Owego Ji Y Notiuxo tenches patinnco liko a garden COCKLES ANTI BILIOUS 2TTronly Indlprstlon CHAM THE GREAT ENGLISH BEMEDY etc Kiro from Itu u Vkrotfilo InrodIonU AgpuJi PILLS NW YOUK X CIUTTKNTON KlItltWIND WATRU ond or r wrttn for tfatlmotilaW Iron your tltnto IUKTKIt IIJON Co CUlHntL oVk IRON KOOFING uud iuiraua ri OOlVN18 ASIIKIIOKH Vlrtcla Scmlfrct Umi or 1 f t itHimtMiir nirtli Mrii 4iiie f i Mli nnd irvuUr Addrcaa Ill MJcuMVimi Court Mlw4yi ix Vi7 piMj LIU IITMNU IltOOt ItnoitKs nro always found out In lomo way Whouvor is a wolf will uot as n wolf that is tho uioit corlulu of all thing La Dkoimon Af 3 K yt ohurutor U tho otvQUonoo ot 9iiTViiaruiittUSll0l4 HI 1HKI HU If you wint ntiiK i nun hi ur J ftiiitiufAVa Vwli r44y A gJ P 4 t Ppp aMET2SJ J V Tv 4Mfc - lltl l -- wm HOME FARM AND GARDEN Koop the trees by tho roadside trimmed tip well Keep tlio ground tibout nowly sei fruit trees dean and mellow for a dis tnnco of at least six foot from tho trees Farm lan to rub a horse off when taken to the stable Kubbing the legs with tho hand will remove the strain of a long journey Home and It is n pood As a general rulo farmers arc prone toncgleet their gardens in fact some of them have no gardens but de Â¬ pend upon the general crop for their vegetables When hens arc found dead with- Â¬ out apparent disease when they be- Â¬ come egg bound or lay soft shelled eggs the cause is probably too much fat from over feeding G M High grape grower on Mid- Â¬ dle Uass Inland Lake Erie says three applications of copperas and lime mixed perfectly protected his vineyard from the rot and mildew A Vermont farmer plants a sun- Â¬ flower seed instead of a pole to each li ill of beans The sturdy stalk an- Â¬ swers for a pole and the seeds supply an excellent feed for poultry To remove kerosene from a car- Â¬ pet lay blotters or soft brown paper over the spot and press with a warm iron Kepeat with fresh papers till spot is removed Jood Cheer Feather Cake One cup of sugar one half cup each of milk and butter two cups of flower two eggs one tea spoonful of cream of tartar and one half tcaspoonful of soda Household Broken bones a novice is not ex- Â¬ pected to set but the leg or arm can be bathed with warm water so that it will not inlhune or swell till a physi- Â¬ cian can o procured and leeii the pain of the operation Never wait for a physician before trying to make tho afflicted comfortable Cincinnati Times A farmer says that after twenty five years experience in raising pears for market lie has come to the conclu- Â¬ sion that if he were about to plant an In tho Newcastle Courant or June 30 1781 is tho following receipt to make a perfect woman Duchess of Devonshires countenance Lady Salis Â¬ burys figure Lady C Talbots grace Lady Jerseys forehead Mrs Botm ries teeth Lady Essexs eyes Lady Dashwoods nose Miss Hothams chev alure Lady Horatio Walpolos com Â¬ plexion Lad Marias neck Duchess of Rutlands hand and arm Mrs Danders foot Lady Seftons majosty Mrs Con yers good humgr Lady li Talmashs wit and Lady B6tty Henleys vivacity Dont Marry nitnt a ilcklo inconstant follow you will nover bo happy with him said Esthers frlunds when they loarncd of her engagemout to a youug man who boro tho reputation of being a sad flirt Esther howevor knew that her lover had good qualities ami sbo was willing to take tho risk In nlno cases out of ten it would havo proved a mistake but Esther was nn uncommon girl and to every ones surprlso Fred made a model husband How was ltl Well Esther had a cheerful sunny temper and a great deal of tact Then sho enjoyed perfect health and was always so sweot neat and wholcscmo that Fred found his own homo most pleasant nnd his own wifo moro agrccablo than any other being As tho year passod and ho saw othor women of Ho is such ago grow sickly faded and quoru lous ho realized moro and moro that ho hnd a jcwol of n wife Good health was half tho Bocret of Esthers success Sho retained her vitality and good looks becauso sho warded off feminine weaknesses and ailments by tho use of Dr Pierces Favor w I- J - Why did the Women - rii I I - 1 of this country use over hirieejCjnilUoiKQdkksQf Procter Gambles Lenox Soap in i88fr Buy a cake of Lenox and you will soon understand why Esthers orchard and could get dwarf pears for nothing while at the same time he had to pay iiOO a thousand for the stand ards lie would not hesitate a moment in taking the latter Trot Tivus A Texas newpaper says that there aro only oOOOO Texas cattle tinder con- Â¬ tract for the trail against 1000 0 a year ago and that cattle which sold for 50 three years ago only bring J now Tho reason assigned for this is that the up country graers instead of buying cattle for breeding purposes now take only fattening steers which will bring them quick returns RULES FOR THE DAIRY Direction for the Proper Cnri of Dairy Cow Ml It mid ItcnsIlK convict seeing his pals Occasionally he ha9 to mako long journoys in pursuit of runaway prisoners or to identify criminals convicted in other States Ho never mnkes a mistake if onco ho looks a man in the eye he will know him under any disguise as lie tells his man by the look of his eyes Onco an escaped convict had his noso pared down one third but Jackson detected him at once notwithstanding this remarkable change of feature Mr Jackson is about 5 feet b inches in height about Slfl years old of a light and sinewy build with black hair and piercing black oyes and is altogether remarkably handsome lie knows about 10001 criminals and it is simply wonderful that ho can distinguish tho features of ov cry one On his long journeys ho eats very modcratoly and always takes one Urancl rotli pill at night When much fatigued by tho jolting of tho cars on his tiresome trips he uses two AUcoclcs Porous Plasters on the small of tho back which givo him re- Â¬ newed vigor and quickly relieve him of all weariness These are tho only two reme- Â¬ dies ho uss and he attributes his vigor and remarknblo health to AUcocks Porous Plasters and Urnndrcths Pills Sing Sing -- Here is a bit of French fun with a real funny notion hi it Monsieur ma dame and Hebe were occupied in the purchase of pictures and were discuss Â¬ ing tho merits of two canvasses each ito Prescription representing a melon The parents Apam hnd a spans rib with npplo aauco hesitated in their choice when the ques- Â¬ Boston Pout tion was solved by Bebe Take this Excursion to Ottawa Knnins one mamma said he it has not Tho Great Rock Island Routo announces Q olden Days been cut an excursion rate of one first class faro for iho round trip to Ottawa Kan and return Do you know that my hair used to on account of tho annual meeting of the be pure gold like yours when I was German Baptist Brethren tickets good for going passage May 25th to 29th inclusive young said an old lady to her grand Â¬ and for return passage thirty days from son And is it because it used to be date of sale Fitti chaikcaus magnificent Pullman Palaco Sleeping Cars Elegant gold that it is silver now asked the Day Coaches Unequalcd Dining Cars two littlefellow Hurjicrs JJarar dully trains each way For furthor particu- Â¬ lars address E A Hoinuooic O T and P Ry Chicago 111 An Irish lad complained the other P A C IX I day of the harsh treatment he had re Â¬ A home ncN running tho ma ceived from his father He trates chlne Life me said he mournfully as if 1 was lt In a Fact his son by another father and mother that Dr Barters Iron Tonic is cooling to tho blood controls excessivo perspiration A FAMOUS DETECTIVE nnd will safely tido you over that period characterized by headacho fainting spells Jamh Jacksox tho famous Stato detect- exhaustive spasmodic affections and will ive resides in Sintf Sing and is generally givo strongth and new life to tho entlro in nttendanco at tho prison His duties are system to examine carefully the face of every conA non est opinion tho coroners vor vict as hocntors and to scrutinize every diet visitor in order to prevent any discharged -- Thin rcnroscntA n healthy life Throuchoutlta various aconet Jtit such a Ufa as thev enloy Who uso tho timlths Jillo lioaus Â¬ Â¬ 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Remedy Dont hawk hawk and blow blow but uso Dr Sages dis- Â¬ Ono Aifcnt Merchant only wonted In every town for lOOboiichtbyNovr KnRland OuniervfttonroC Mimic Cntaloneii and ltiportant information KltKE iTirntlond IUnoCo 181 Trcmont Street Uovton fuctory l POND PIANOS i IVERS xsusji tiiei Guaranteed sti terms KcaKoimblc prices Er PENSIONS As inn ovation banquet at a hotel Prttzils Wrekly - lected Circular of lawHoent free Kitzokiiald Sc 1uhtu US Claim Colluctor Indlanapoll Ind for voldlcrs and widows of the Mexican War and Hobolllon All kinds of fiovernuiont Clalmn Col How Mr Tiiuoat Hwits I Why dont you use llules Uoney of Uorohound and Tar Pikes Toothache Drops Cure in one minute Columbus BUpatch The barbers favorite city loquuKiity ourTnsilla Punch Klvo hutteratlsfnotlon to my customers thnn any Cc clear I have hnmlled I ki II moro of Ihom thnn of all other brands put to truthcr They uro pronounced equal to tho bit clkar sold hero Ciias A CUASE DniKKlstSnn DIcro Cut CO riilcnco Address Jt W VXSH11A 65 ro IKK Wllill VounjtMenor Tadtn iw A MONTH nnd Hoard for IIto In oach county ir iEit mall co raihtdoipbiH t 1 tikhaMm Cuttlnjr H Now Tailor Aralum if MOODV ii CO Cincinnati Pull Drirrlnflnn lr 6 licst Pieos ncraody for iiObieut to CntnrTh Ubc mm 1b with Sore Eves uso Dr Isnno Thompsons EyoWatorDruggists sell it iSJc Cauci The washor womau who dally wrings mens bosoms 50c If nOlictod inieti tlio F7jtV Lliiestiotuiitlcrthe honeKfect Wrlto BTKU SUbTr UKIS UOLUKUCOIIullnlch K A DAY Samplcnworth31no KJ Sold by drnpeifits or Font by mall ET Unzcltino Warren Pa VM MjB AN VIUKS Iv 1135 paper WKITINO TO AUVKUTIRKUS PIEAMK tutc thut jou uiv tiio AdvcrUtcmrul in Uila J L000 I IVPR AND LUNQ DISEASES 7Vtm J8S4 V Y Daily BtgUter Mm fllQPARP I writes AKD Tatt- - A XfnPrTTnu 1 ndurcesiri ou in November rv7ni A son-ton Pout of a gun is apt to bo a bore Tho OM Silver Spoon Bos Tiie Michigan Dairy Association at its annual meeting lately pUNsetl enunciated the following rules to be observed in the care of dairy cows milk and utensils 1 Cows of whatever breed should have an abundance of good whole Â¬ some food and good pure water not too cold in winter and salt to which they should have access at all times li Cows must not be overheated or unduly excited by fast driving or wor Â¬ Such is tho effect of nauseous griping medicines which mako tho sioK rooin a memory of horror Dr Pierces Pleasant Purgativo Pellets on tho contrary aro small sugar coated easy to take purely vegetable and perfectly effective 25 cents a vial As author is a queer animal His talo trows out of his head OxTorN Crnn Throat lung nervous dis- Â¬ eases Hook free DrUeppert Cincinnati O man who docsbusineis on a largo scalo a coal dealer Life A Tho tick chamber nioon that my medicine bore flow loth wero my fever parched lips to rrrelve It How nativcou the xtuir that it bore to my toncue And the pain at my Inwards oh naught could re- Â¬ lieve It TliotiKhttarspf dlfctist from my oycballs It wrung The old Hllver spoon the medicine upoon How uwful tho BtulT that it left on my tonmio of my Mckress Flow f reMi In my nilnit nro tho ltt When 1 toHU me In lmtn nil fevered iiml sure Tlio burning tlio nnun it the Milking unci weukniw iul even tho old spoon that my medicine bore Tho old silver xpuon the family spoon liver disease heart trouble and female weak nets 1 was advised to uso JJr liereos Uiscoverv Favorite lretioldon Heart Trouble Eenptlun MedicalPellets I used one bottlennd Prescription five of the discov of the ery nnd four of the Pleasant Purgative Pellets My health Ikj pan to improve under tho use of your medicine and my BtreiiRth came back My tlilllculties havo nil disappeared 1 am work hard all day or walk four or live miles a day und stand it well nnd when I bciriiu uslntr the medieiii I eouhl scarcely walk across the room mosc of the time und I did not think 1 could ever feel well ajrnin I havo a little baby plrl olirht inonthg old AlthouRh Bho is a littio delicate in size nnd appearance sho is healthy 1 tcivo your reme-Â¬ dies all tho credit for curing me as I took no other treatment alter boKinninir their usa I am very grateful for your kindness and thank God aud tlwnk you that 1 am us well as 1 am after years of BUirerintr Airs i v wEiiiiKit or rarKsntrc Cattaraugus Co I wish to Kiy a few words in praise iT 3 writes Liver of your Golden Medical Discovery nnd Pleasant Purgative pellets For llvo years previous to was a great them Disease takinj pain in1 my right sido sufferer I had a severe continually was unuble to do my own work I am lmmiv to bhv I am now well and strong thuuks to your medicines Chronic Diarrhea Cared D Lazaiiuk Esq 75 and S77 1 used three bottles of Decatur Street Jicw Orleans La writes the Golden Medical Discovery uud it has cured me of chronic diarrhea My bowels are now regular chills nervous and general debility witli frequent sore throat and my mouth was badly cankered My liver was inactive and 1 suffered much from dvHiKiislu I urn nlensed to puv tlmt vmir flnliinn Medical Discovery and Pellets havo cured mo of all these ailmeutH aud 1 cannot say enough in their praise I must also say n word in reference to your Favorite Prescription oa it has proon itself u most excellent medielno for weak females It has been used in my family with excellent results Dynpcpnln JAMEsL Couiv Esq of Yucatan Houston Co 1 was troubled with indigestion and would eat Minn writes heartily and grow poor at the same time I experienced heartburn sour stomach and many other disugrecnblo symptoms common m una uisonier i commcnccu taking your Golden Medical Discovery nnd Pellets nnd I am now entirely free from the dyspepsia and am in fact healthier than I have been for live years I weigh ono hundred and seventy one nnd one half pounds and have douo as much work tho past summer as I havo ever dono in tho same length of time in my life I never took a medicine that Eccmcd to tono up the muscles and invigorate tho whole system equal to your Discovery and Toilets Dynpopriia Theuesa A Cabs of Springfield Jlfo writes I was troubled ono year with liver complaint dyspepsia aud eleepJcssnesa but your Golden Medical Discovery cured me Cliillff and Fover Rev II K Moslby Montmorenet S Lost August I thought I would dio with chilis and fovcr writes 1 took your Discovery and it stopped them inavcryshorttJEao General Debility Mrs Paiimelia Huundaoe of 101 Lock Street I was troubled with Liiekitort A 1 writes C rying 3 The udder and teats should be thoroughly cleaned before milking by washing if need be and the teats should not be wet by the milker dur Â¬ ing the process of milking Kindness and gentleness should be used at all times and under all cir- Â¬ cumstances At no time should the cow be excited b loud or boisterous talking or laughing 0 Cows should be milked by the same milker and the milking should be done im quickly as possible 0 During cold weather cows should and their be comfortably housed stalls should be well cleaned and lit- Â¬ tered 7 Milk kept over night should be cooled to at least seventy degrees 8 If the milk is for butter or cream for tho creamery or market cool the creamer to about forty or forty live de- Â¬ grees beforo commencing to milk Put the milk into the creamer as soon It should remain from as drawn twelve- to twenty four hours for a com- Â¬ plete separation 9 For the cheese factory aerate the milk well by thoroughly stirring and cooling to seventy five degrees before starting to the factory 10 Milk should never bo allowedktpi 1 BnoNcniTis is cured by frequent small doses of Pisos Cure for Consumption A ruKruooTEit his cobbler A tho man who docs not pay Times coloked swell a black eye Hartford ruck The old old chestnut love Puck The crab is always trying to catch on Merchant Traveler A A SUCCESSFUL Tun rulo oftcnest broken in school forule Lift Liki cloelr work that of a watch Harpers Bazar Sailous ought to sing tho docks ology Thoroughly cleanse tho blood which is tho fountain of health by using Dr Piercos Golden Medical Discovery and good digestion u fair skin buoynnt spirits und bodily health nnd vigor will be established Golden Medical Discover cures all humors from tho common pimple blotch or eruption to the worst Scrofula or blood Especially bus it proven its efficacy in curing Salt rheum or Tetter Fever sores Hip Joint Disease Scrofulous Sores poison and Swellings Enlarged Glands and Eating Ulcers nnd can walk with tho help of crutches Ho does not Buffer any Itev F AsnuiiY Howeij Pastor of the AT K pain eat nnd sleep as well as any one Indigestion Church of Silverton 2V J says I was af- Â¬ aboutund canmonths slnco he commenced using It has only been threo your medicine flicted with catarrh nnd indigestion Doils and blotches began to arise on tlio surface of tho 1 cannot find words with which to express my gratitude for the Boils skin nnd 1 experienced a tired feeling and benciit he has received through you dullness I began the uso of Dr 1 rces Blotches Skin niRcaac Tho Dcmocratand News Golden Medical Discovery ns directed by n him of Mrs Kmza Manland Bays for such complaints and in one weeks Terrible AnnCambridge wifo of Leonard Poole of H Poolk time I began to feel liko n now man nnd inn now sound and well liamtliurg Dorchester Co Md has been cured Tho Pleasant Purgativo Pellets aro tho best remedy for bilious or Affliction of a bad case of Eczema by uolng Dr Picrcog sick headache or tightness ubout tlio chest and bad tnBte in tho Golden Medical Discovery Tho disease np- mouth that I havo ever used My wifo coufd not walk across tho mmmmmtmammmmm 10 me floor when sho began to tako your Golden Medical Discovery iniia u mm ju nur leci oxienucu to knees xnecfl covering tho whole of tho lower limbs from feet then Now sho can walk quite a iittlu ways and do somo light work attacked tho elbows and beetuno so nrycrc ns to prostrate her Mrs In A M SrnONC of lfruirnriTi Tnd writes After Iwlng treated by several physicians for n year or two sho Hip Joint My little boy had been troubled with hip joint commenced the uso of tho medielno named ubovo Sho soon R irtin to mend nnd Is now well und hearty Mrs Poolo thinksdisease for two Years When ho commenced tlio Discovery nnd tlio medicino has saved her llfo and prolonged her days use of your Golden Medical Disease Mr T A Ayiies of East Xfew Market Dvrcliutcr Count Afd Pellets ho was conuncd to his bod and could not be moved without Buffering great pnln Hut vouches ror too auovo facts now thanks to your Discovery ho Is ublo to be up all the time THE BLOOD IS THE LIFE SI Bl - bank note lonlExptxin ard illustrated paper -- a capital skylight tho moon Texas Sifting CONSUMPTION WE AK LUNGS SPITTING OF BLOOD and weight of those reduced below tho usual standard of health by cal Discovery has cured my daughter of a very bad ulcer located Coimumpttoii Mrs EnwAitD NirwroN of ITirfrrotronuTit on tho thigh After trying almost everything without success wo Vou will over bo praised by mo for tho rctnarka Ont writes procured threo bottles of your Discovery which healed it up blo euro in my case I wan so reduced that my frlonds had nil Mr Downs continues given mo up nnd I had nlso been given up by two doctors I then perfectly went to tho best doctor in theso parts ftu told mo that medielno Consumption and TTnnrt DUflnM T oln ui was only a punishment In my case and would not undertake to treat mo IIo said I might try Cod liver nil If I thank you for the remarkablu euro you havo effected in ray case Por threo years 1 had suffered from that tcrri- liked as that was tho only thing that could posol- mo oigcflBo consumption and heart discaso bly have any curatlvo power over consumption so Wasted to lioforo cousuUIng you I hud wasted away to ft hust 0 trtxl tho Cwl iMMHMMHM fftr Mlvaiwe n skeleton could not sleep nor rest and many treatment hut I was so weak I could not keep it dio wished out Skeleton times consultedto you to bo you of my misery I on mjr etomneh My huahand not feeling patlslled then and told mo you had to give mo up yet though he had bought for mo hoiteanf euriiur mo but It would iaVct tlmn T everything ho saw advertised for my complaint procured a quan Â¬ took flvn months tity of your Golden Medical Discovery I took only four Ixittles nlinofttdlftcounuml treatment In all Tho first two months I was could not pcrrclvo any favoniblo symptoms und to tho RiirpriM of ovurylmdy nm to day doing my own work third month I ficih and nm entirely freo from that torrlhln oniigh whlob hnrraMcd ma but tho now reelto howlcgan to pick up in sign und strength I step by atop tho nnd rcalltlea of night and dny I hnvobconnllllctod with rhoiiinatlxm foranumlxr mntiot returning health gradually but surely developed thomsclvca of yeiirs and now feel bo much lietter that I lxove with a con To dny I tin tho scales at one hundred and sixty and am ncH tlnuntlnn of your Golden Medical Discovery I will Imi rostorrMl to jM rfect hoalth I would my to thono who uro fulling n prey to nnd utrong Our prUicipal that torrlblo dUeaxo oonsiiinnuoti do nnt dd ns I did tako every- - was tho Golden rollaneo in curing Mr Dowaa terrihlo whi Medical Discovery thini olio llrnt but take tho Golden Medical DUiHivory In the oarly stages of tho iIIacuki and thsreby save n gnat ini at suf fering and bo restored to twa1 henUhftt nnoo Anv ieron who Is Bleeding wrltrst My wife hud frnpirnt bkNmr from uulkjul Clf nn u liiftllkliif nLI uni mill lill iiiiiiiii iiuim lki hijhuiiim the Jungs Ixifont aim wmimenoeil uttoHt yow loregouig iwuimiui win nddrt4oi enveloiH ror repiy wnea Hlw mm not Jnlden Mwllral Uljcovory bo fully ulh4Htlttted by iho had any new its uo Fur muin alif ninariu i 1M ahu tiM been feclltwr so wdl imk kM z Ulrrr flurndlRlAa K DOWN8 Kl v UohUMl Co 4V 1 l O llox J wriUti The r6olden Mudli dUeontliiiied t Jiochtsler Lira is real to a hose man and n drunk- Â¬ Golden Medicat Discovery otires Consumption which ting and nutritive projiertlea For Weak Lungs Spitting While and kindred affections it is a sovereign remedy and purines the blood It rapidly builds up tho system and increases tho flesh is Scrofula of tho Lungs by its wonderful blood purifying invigora- Â¬ of Wood Shortness of Drcnth lironchltis Scvcro Coughs Asthma it promptly cures tho severest Coughs it strengthens tho system Tailous go for men and measures both V 0 Picayune A SCItEW PllOlELLEIt Washington Critic n screwdriver r On tho edgo of dls pair about to becomo divorced Texas Sijttngt One can always take pains by eating Qtmtil tvlinrn it i stihlootnil to fiiiil nilniMi green cuuumbors Boston Gazette 1W j cu jiuy hum AN nrtist once painted the picturo of n 11 Nothing but bright and absolute Â¬ guhah naturally that It went off tho ly clean tin palls and cuus should be shoriff took it used in handling milk HowrVKit useful tlio handUorchler may VJ Whey miht never be allowed to bo Jtl nourly always dosUnotl to moot stand in cans after being returned wilhucolil reception Merchant Travitr tho farm and the cans should lh Its a slim ohanre roinurkod a super thoroughly cloanod ns soon ns emptied anuiitod hollo when n consumptive ilmto Ul To properly oleau milk utensils propoiod to horVMeago JfrrrKant Trae they should bo first thoroughly washed ttf ouu v1ih warm water and thou suujunil UTiib horto fulr tf wth wuii r that Is boiling hot TJiuy A cit of mule will yu marry mo should ho Nuourtid with suit nt 1nnt upm llWkUiicUuiInU ou u UcUlc llAWrW pint tilQUf a wook tvia jrim pMMnnnM vr iti - 11ft ll io iw- mn imt 00 GoMca Medial lil wuk iml Trjr ts told hf Dmshti Irke t yw TW WtnLUS 0IIENAKY MMIOML fv Httlf r Wx HI1m ASftCrQIATIOH Pfffl Ht frM KM Kt t iv jMUflKtJrufAiJ- i vMI WWf T ft BrTaW mn Haeel Green Herald PUBLISHED BY 8PENSER COOPER Subscription Paid SI a Year In AdmnCev And Matt 11 Sick headache wind on tho stomach biliousness nausea aro promptly and agreeably banished by Dr J H McLeans WOLFE COUNTY Little Liver nnd Kidney Pillets 25c a 0 Being an ar Â¬ vial Sold by G B Swango Hazel Green Stillwater Juno dent admirer and constant reader of The nnd J N Vnughn Campton COERESPONDENCE A A JacM Pattern Fr fill Gift to our Lady thoso few lines TIMCtABLE W Pros Wilson who has been afflictKentucky and South Atlanta Railway ed during tho past winter and spring Standard time 22 minutes Blower than Mt Sterling time Ho 1 leaves Mt Stealing at 1 A M arrives at Rothwell at 840 A M tto 2 leaves Rothwcll at 0 A M arrives at Mt Sterling at 1060 a m Ko 3 leaves Mt Sterling at 140 P M ar Â¬ rives at Rothwcll at 320 P M No 4 leaves Rothwcll at 340 r M arrives at Mt Storling at 530 r M No 2 connects at Mt Sterling with 1105 A M and 157 r M trains on C it O railway for Lexington Cincinnati and Louisville No 3 connects at Mt Sterling with 1105 A M train on C 0 from the East and 131 F M train from Louisville and Cincinnati jHirMontgomery county court day special leaves Rothwcll on tho 3rd Monday in each month at 730 A M arriving at Mt Sterling Heiiald and desiring to seo something in its columns from this place t pen you with soro eyes has returned from a visit to White Sulphur Springs and is much JT GEVEDON THE JEWELER nEST GOODS FOR LKAST MONEY Handsome Readers VY Â¬ culiar interest to himself Miss Laura Kash of this place paid at 0 A M Returningleaves Mt Btorling at 3 p M arriving at Rothwcll at 430 P it Hazel Green a flying visit ono day last Leaves Rothwcll Tor ML Sterling at 5 P M week and reports everything lively QUO B HARtER SupU Born On Sunday May 22d to the wife of A C Kash a bouncing boy Oli- Â¬ ver P Morton Weight ten pounds AROUND AND ABOUT Hey you Mountain Girl I want to sec a lengthy communication from you Henry Pieratt boa bo far demonstrated every week that he is tho right man in tho right Long live The Herald GuE8a Who That ho is putting tho Btrects place in better condition than they havo over Coxs Mill June 5 Several of this been beforo is patent And all tho cit Â¬ izens should lend him their aid that tho vicinity have gono down Red River fishing good work may progress F Cox A J Cox John Lykins and W J When nature faltera and requires help recruit her enfeebled energies with Dr J II McLeans Strengthening Cordial 100 per bottle end Blood Purifier Sold by G B Swango Hazel Green and J N Vaughn Campton Our town is slowly but Burely gain Â¬ ing a reputation for its civilities to stran gers and tho cleanliness of tho streets If now our people would all uso white wash freely it would stand foremost umong all tho mountain towns for ap- Â¬ pearance nnd by clubbing together the Let citizens can buy limo quite cheap us try ill Â¬ Aunt Dulcena Hurst who has been on tho sick list for a week past is again able to attend to her household duties Tho Back of The Herald office gave our vicinity a pleasant call one day last week Judging from his movements he is interested in another matter as well as tho prosperity of The Herald Success to you Crittenden in all you enterprises John B Hollon the vory affable clerk of J T F Day of your place was us a fow days ago looking after the Courts with business of tho firm and matters of pe- Â¬ improved I am how located near BONNY KY and am prepared to repair WATCHES JEWEL Â¬ c RY SEWING MACHINES CLOCKS Charges reasonable and work warranted I handle the Best Rolled Plate Jewelry such c If as Bracelets Lace Pins Scarf Pins you want a solid gold ring I can save you money In fact il you want a silver or gold watch or clock or anything in my line you surely will save money by purchasing of me I shall keep on hand fino Bibles Photo Â¬ graph Albums School Books fcc I also keep for salo Dr T B Smiths Liniments and Beautifying and Healing Soap Just try this soap if you wont your skin to look pretty I also keep the best sewing machine oil und needles I will attend the Hazel Green Stock Sales and the West Liberty I I I f I f t i1 U n L m m all lady 1 we are enabled makepresent By ini ft readers a handsome closing as directed therein the Cou1 Â¬ Â¬ Jennings Demorest Publisher of DEMORESTS MONTHLY MAGA New I ZINE 15 East 14th St 01 ourYork to 1 By special arrangement with one year as a present J T UKViiLiUK oftlO at one time will receive The Herald jAny ono trading with me to amount jeweier uonny ny DO IT SflUL FREDRICA JACKET pon Order found below the sender will receive by mail a Pattern of this grace ful Jacket and of the sizeshe may select The pattera will be parfect in every particular the name of W Jennings Demorest beiner sufficient guarantee that it will be all that is promised for it Cut this Coupon Order out by the black lines and mail as directed Â¬ Expoaltro to rough weather getting living in damp localities arc favor- Â¬ able to tho contraction of diseases of the kidneys and bladder As a preventive und for the euro of all kidney and liver trouble uso that vnluablc remedy Dr J Pap 8uccoss to Tub Herald II McLeans Livor and Kidney Balm 100 per bottle Sold by G B Swango The funeral of old Aunt Polly Crab jn Vaughn Uaiup tree of Millers Creek will bo preached Hazel Urcen and ton on tho 28th of August at tho New VirÂ¬ Tho Winchester delegation spoken of ginia church by Rov W PTaulbec of in our last issuo left for homo last Thurs-Â¬ Salyersville All the relatives and friends Â¬ day morning having had an enjoyablo are requested to attend Beatty vilie En terprise trip Many of them will return in the fall and it may bo that somo fow of BREATHITT COUNTY them will spend sovcral days of summor with us Whenever Winchester shall Rousseau May SO Hurina Francis send us a lot of gentlemen liko those so far hailing from that place wo will al Â¬ stopped with us on his return from Mt Sterling and Winchester courts where ways bid them welcome ho had leen with stock He Bays ho lost about 100 on twenty cattle Lookout for the captain with his Our fish trap Bcems to prove a success Whiskers He will bo in this section Wo aro catching plenty of largo fish tho latter part of this week or first of There have been several dynamite cart- Â¬ next week and tho merchants should ridges exploded in our creek which killed mako a note of it Wo refer to Capt a great many fish Roberts representing tho firm of Carter Riley Row preached an interesting Co Louisville who will exhib Â¬ Bros sermon last Sunday it a fine line of dry goods notions c II A Harden is ill and thinks that Hold orders for him if you want to he has the gout land an order with n courteous gentle Â¬ Times are hard here corn holding out man at 1 per bushel and bacon at 12 cts Wet 1 But buy Kellys STEEL axe It is the most perfect axe made Also buy STEEL horse Good for ONE Pattern of tho Frodorica Jncket Uunt Monnuro 34 30 38 or 40 inn shoes They will outwear iron And use Run n pen or pencil through the size desired STEEL nails They cost ha same as iron If sent with a 2ccnt stamp for return postage to Demorestb Monthly Magazine For sale in Hazel Green by 15 East 14th Street Now York before January 1 1888 G B SWANGO full size VS SaSuThis pattern will he W T CASKEY oct F McGUlRE Landrum Wo hope our frying pans will of this coupon Co The holderthose obtained may be assured of the value of the pattern as it is cnt us i Chiles bample of through the coupon Bystem in the Fashion Department of Dr unell of fish KY MT STERLING morests Monthly Magazine Misses Lacy and Lula Cox and Margrct Agents for Fostcrn Kentucky W JENNINGS DEMOREST Landrum have just roturncd from Menifee Inclosed find the Coupon Order and two cents for return postage tor which please where they have been o flying trip They S Co send me the Frederica Jacket of the size marked out above report plenty of fan NEW Name J M Swango and wife wero visiting the families of John Cox and Ocar McNabb Livery Sale and Feed Stable Town Sunday last MT STERLING KY J B McNabb was visiting at F Coxs County Sunday Wo do not know his business Kellcy Fulka and J M Willis passed State through here on Saturday last We would Drovers and Traders Headquarters like to see them pans again Do not enclose n letter with this coupon simply fill it out as directed and inclose Robert Grecnwade of Hazel Green paid The attention of horse and mule dealers with the 2 ceut stamp this vicinity a flying visit some time since is especially invited to gut facilities for the Wc do not know his business but have our handling of stock and we invite all traders of Wolfe and adjoining counties to call on opinion of Bobs us when in the city Misses Lucy Cox and Francis Sweeny were TUGGLE visiting Miss Margrat Landrum Sunday WITH Mcnsles arc in our midst COUPON ORDER Thompson leAiSHAmGflEEN Herald V McWiUiams r it F G Ringgold jonnEits of 95 JR NEW GOODS -- LOWPRIOBS flrVflA fyt frfi Co Boots and Shoes nnd 97 WEST PEARL STREET CINCINNATI OHIO IS OFFERING- - NEW Have opened a new line of French and Domestic Sat GOODWINS CHAPEL teens in plain and figured Ginghams and Crazy Cloth AT -- - STORE Tremendous Bargains in Every Department New Spring Coaching Parasols in solid colors and Bagadere I have just opened a FRESH STOCK of purchased in Cincinnati which includes everything usually found in a first class country store and will SELL AS LOW AS ANYBODY goods General Merchandise GRAND OPENING OF NEW PARASOLS salesman Country produce taken in exchange for nnd the patronage of the public is respectfully solicited TOLLIVER will be my ALEXANI stripes Lace covered Parasols in black beige cream gar Â¬ net and blue Pongee Parasols in coaching lace trimmed Satin lined Parasols in black and colors lace trimmed Will find it very The hack is now making regular trips to Rothwcll Station from this place and thnt tho proprietors may bo enabled to render good service tho public is invit Â¬ ed to patroniso this line The fare to Rothwcll is only 2 and you aro not annoyed with a horse to look af tor at the ond of your ride Overseers aloug the road should put it in good condition and enable tho hack to travel it and for oth- Â¬ er traffic i per pound Rep Jackson June 4 Fishing in Kentucky River is at an end on account of a tide The steamer Will Strong is anchored at our town waiting for the arrival of the goods train of J T F Day bound for Trouble Â¬ some R C Hill ono of our moat prominent merchants will givo all tho nails that can bo Used in building churches in Beatty ville He will also give 500 to a college building If wo had more men in our midst wlio would bo willing to do sa Mr Hill will do wo would havo more churches and school buildings Ho is furnishiug tho naila for the Christaln church which is now under construction Und in doing which he docs a grand thing for this vicinity Beatty ville Em terprisc Seo tho advertiwncnt of Blue grass Farm for Bale This tract of land is one of tho most dcsirablo to bo found in all tho blue grass region and will bo Bold at a bargain Being immediately on tho railroad a farmer could ship all his product by rail with more case than ho can ordinarily house his Crop The fftro to Winchester is only tch cents and there aro two trains each way every day Mr Fpxi Who offers tho property for sale is Circuit Clerk of Clark county and has not tho tlmo to dovoto to tho farm Winch iH situated in an excellent neigh Â¬ borhood with good schools good church Ac If you Want a good homo tall hud UBor write O BkFox at Winchester Dr C J Little has broke dirt for a brick residence Scott Jones Co are having some vnluble coal banks opened on Buck Horn G D Spencer and Miss Abbie Tyler went to Boonevillc lost week returning Monday by the way of Samuel Jctts on Middle Fork of Kentucky River What time they had eating ice cream and cake Mr R A Hurst has returned to home and friends in Jackson after an absenct Of a little moro than a long time We arc glad to see Mr Hurst again Bro Jim Tom come again Embody of Boonevilte is visit ing friends and relatives at Jackson to the delight of all Measles have broken out afresh in town five of Mr Sriowdcna family and cook and Bina Taulbec arc all sick Mrs Jas Malone has sick headache very bad Miss Mary C know whether it Walton is also Biek j is measles or not Trof Erb and W O Mfce of Ilftsol Grcca and Capt Barry south of Frankfort are in says so Miss Sopha Combs dnt town A Mr West of Wisconsin is hero looking after land and cool m for particulars Remember tho ICO roward td bo given In prise to thoed opening tho beat three of canncl coal within five mile of vtw J4 wl of tho river will win thB River between Maytown and the prtea Go to work and m mk JJMJJmmI Ttoi Mtf lag wackiKe of H D iboS roam to makt food rolk i 4 In UyUw tk i jmWto Hon 6am II Patrick returned yesterday from Knot county whither ho had been on legal business Capt Barry South brlnga tho preliminary report on tho Geology of lower North Fork of Kentucky River and Middle and 8outh Forks tAiMOj br J M Kodgci It gives mv eateeu distinct coal veins eight of them cannel cilal Mr R ti Rlcharts commercial traeler for CklUi Thoiupion A Co U In town at Ums or all kinds wagons made or repaired bug gics spring wagons plows stocked cutting colters turning plows repaired plows made and laid hoes mattocks and horses shod in the best style call on DAVIS Hascl Green Ky TYLER to be made Cut this out nd you to and we will m 1 f IV Hi Y send returnfreeiussomething of 1UV sl Ll A great value and importance to you that will start you in business which will bring you in more money right nway than anything else iu the world Anyone can do the work and live at home Either sex ullages Some thing new that Just coins money for all workers We win start you capital not needed This is ono of the genuine important chances of a lifetime Those who arc ambitious and enterprising will not delay Co Address True Grand outfit free Augusta Maine WATTI enn ve nt home and make more Y 1 1 J moro monoy at work for us than at A V Vnny thing else in the world Capital not needed you aro started freo Both sex cs all ages Any ono can do the work Large earnings sure from first start Costly outfit and terms free Better not delay Costs you nothing to send us your addres and find out if you are wise you will do so at once H Hallktt A Co Portland Me dies Mens and Childrens Shoes and Slip2ers Department I have made the latest improvement in my stock have TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK learned during the last season what this section of country MT STERLING KY will buy and bought this line of goods direct from the best manufacturers in America I propose to say I can furnish you the best goods for 25 per cent lower than any other J M BIGSTAFF President house in this city Talk about Mens Boys and Childrens ready made W W THOMSON Cashier Clothing You dont know how little money it takes to get DIRECTORS from the FAMOUS NEW STORE a new handsome James Chokn Andrew Fesler spring suit made from the very newest fabrics trimmed in Dr R R Drake J T Highland the very best manner and cut in styles absoluteiy correct mr341y You positively save from 400 to 700 a suit by trading at the FAMOUS NEW STORE and I give you what no other Clothing house in Mt Sterling can give you All persons wantlug blacksmithing of any -- Asking an inspection of my goods and the prices I remain respectfully etc WM TOLLIVER 154 their advantage by calling on the FAMOUS NEW STORE and looking at my La Â¬ ECONOMICAL BUYERS much to NOTICE IIAlimr Â¬ Â¬ invincible hand Call me and I will show down the live best cards of the live most celebrated makes shapes and blocks in the universe Every one of my Hats can be bought of me at prices that will save you trom one fourth to one third of your money Mountain Merchants will find it to their own interests to examine my Wholesale Stock in Dry Goods Notions Hats and Caps c before purchasing elsewhere Â¬ rens Hats A STRAIGHT FLUSH S M Braun Mens Boys and ChildIn the great game for trade in Hats I hold an in always leads and never follows Â¬ SM Dry BRAUN v THE FAMOUS Ei7Elil 18 THK ILAOK TO UUY M MI k It U ah Unit trip tkrougH wouHtUni Mja a dont find It to rough Cola Huf Watoh ulnUfHUJi BMW MM Too Crei MtpalrliiK ft 8clMlty d work warranted rcanoftmble T 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