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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rvjrc if - T i - Pf I -- - y m T vj - JS flEW W mill Vl v J VltS A H- SPENCER COOPER Owner Hazel liREEN HERALD wWBi maw m in r1 vf- - r nnTT tWt WITiii nwijumniMUfmi ill y - v V and Editor Jt DeTotod to the Development of Erutarn Kentucky - 100 A YEAR Always In Arivanc VOL III HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY WEDNESDAY JUNE 29 BLOODY ROWAN 1887 NO 17 yjP Â¬ v i f to spill overy drop of whisky in More town Sovcral ladies intending to bo friends formed for tho pnrpoo of tak Â¬ Know- Â¬ passengers woro thus caught at the depot ing revenge on tho slayers of the Toli head and smash every bottle W MAPEL ing that it would bo useless to attempt when the firing began and wero badly vers Tho friends of tho dead men in ISAAC JAttorney-at-La- w THE STREETS OF MOREHEAD RUN any thing without arms Logan went to scared Several of the houses opposite Mt Sterling and of Z Taylor Young And Real Estate Agent RED WITH HUMAN BLOOD Cincinnati and as he expresses it ex- Â¬ the railroad were badly shot one 01 them havo been heard to make some very se- Â¬ HAZEL GREEN KY pended as much money in Winchester supposed to contain one of the Tolivers rious threats against tho law and order Will practice in all the Courts of Wolfe Four Men Killed and One wounded In a rifles as would have bought a Rowan receiving a fusilade Thcro wero sever- Â¬ men who did such sanzuinary work Wed- Â¬ lo well Menifee aud Breathitt counties These were shipped to al narrow escapes but singularly enough nesday Yesterday Wm A Caudill a county farm right nt That Place Last Wednesday Titles examined abstracts furnished tax his home as hardware He then sought no person was hurt but tho parties whom Justice of Peaco in Rowan connty isv puid for non rcaid6nU real estate bought West Liberty Gem sued a warrant for tho arrest of A W the assistance of band of nervy men the citizens were after una sold Collections a npccialty At 9 oclock on Wednesday morning from the countiesa named armed those touching incidents also There were Young and J W Rogorn for conspiring During the the 22nd inst n party composed of arm- Â¬ who needed arms and fixed on to day the fight a little d eon of Bud with others to kill H M Logan in the JOHN H EVANS ed citizens invested the doomed town of for tho meeting Last Toliver came out upon the railroad when town of Morehead November 18 18SC at Morehead Morchcad bent on the final destruction night and HAZEL GREEN KY going up The arrest of Young was made by Mar Â¬ early this morning the men the shots were the thickest of the elements that have held the coun- Â¬ gathered and lay out in the bush around to Hiram Pigman asked himand he would shal Taul at Alt Sterling In tho mean- Â¬ if Examiner of Depositions ty of Rowan in terror for a few months the town They were so many that they shoot him No said Pigman we are time another warrant was issued for the and avenge the death of those who completely surrounded the place The not after children and sent him out of arrest of Z T Young Jr aged fourteen for Wolfe county Kast fallen at their hands Tho warrant charged him with having Itcspectfuully aolicitia the patronage of the Sheriff and Deputy were in Morchcad harms way Craig Tolivcr and Jay Toliver went in armed with warrants of arrest und will attend promptly to ull bus public A public meeting of the men who had committed tho offence of murder He The mesa entrusted to his care the vicnity of the stave yard near the Tolisers got wind of sm movemnt- aJoor Aivd put thtrctr jdepoL ahtTwcEp fired UDoyvitJiautfllGQcL ijaTii5i-nciii i ruin mu iuci inut me en- Â¬ wuu oiupuimzeu Willi Hie OUjeCt 01 Hie nimnio uiuiati ui auu ubcuiug j Tr SWAttG They retreated to the Toliver Hotel and gineer and conducnr of the early freight meetimr was held in the court bouse nt Thin afternoon they wcro broucht before there being joined by Hiram Cooper and train telegraphed irom a point up the threeoclock at which D B Logan D Judze John E Cooner of tho Monteorn- HAZEL GREEK KY Andrew Toliver they attempted to es road to their wives in Morehead to leave iu jjiuuu ana j m urain ticnvereu au cry Circuit Court which is in session at cape to the woods North of town but tov dresses They are substantial citizens Mt Sterling on a writ of habeas corpus Deputy County Court Clerk of Wolfe bcingfired upon Bud Tolivcr and Hi- Â¬ i Craig hastily gathered about him a dozen or more of his friends They declare that it was tho intention After some argument in which Taylor Will attCDd to all business entrusted to him ram Cooper were killed Craig Jay and An Â¬ among them the dead men James Man Â¬ of the men then assembled to seo to it Young tho father of the two boys en Â¬ dy Toliver took refugoin the Central Ho- ning Boono Day Bump Manning An tbat henceforth the law should be obeyed gaged Judge Cooper admitted tho de vith promptness and dispatch tel The bullets from the mob were raining dy Toliver Cal Toliver and a few others in Rowan county ad that there should fondants to bail as follows A w EO E WHITT through doors windows and walls and The battle wis brought on about nine be no more lawlessness there That they Young iu tho sum of 2G00 and Z T Of Elliott Countv the three attempted an escape through oclock in the morningr After the posse meant all thev said they proved bv organ Young Jr in tho sum ot 5000 to ap Â¬ WITH the rear of the house in the direction of numbering about two hundred had izing themselves permanently as a sort pear and answer before the next term of the railroad Co Craig railroad andReaching tho were shot been stationed behind trees and bushes of Citizens Protective Association and the Rowau Circuit Court in any indict- Â¬ Tolivcr Jay Toliver B D Logan leaving his rifle in his hid Â¬ adjourned to meet again tho same ment that may bo found against them 210 W Market St Louisyum Kv and killed and Andrew received two ing place went over to the railroad de Â¬ place on next Wednesday at Thoy de by the grand uiry of that county Bail Solicits the patronage of Eastern Kentucky shots both flesh wounds one in the right to consult with Hiram Pigman dared that if any one was molested for was given and the defendants released lor Hlunk Hooks Blanks Ac shoulder and the other in the right pot They exchanged a word or two and participating in this days work they The proceedings arc thought to be rather thigh and escaped but is now here un- separated each going in the direction of would reassemble and punish the man new ub to tho disposition of tho writ JO U LYKINB der ai rest He says that of the Toliver a squad fust then a man named Byron who did it to tho bitter end and hang County Attorney J S Elliston appeared in there were only County Attorney Real Estate Agent party were scattered at eighttimetown and appeared in the clearing going toward him up iu the sun to dry The meeting for the Commonwealth and J II Hazel they of the at Pigmens men The Tolivers seeing him then dispersed and many of these with rigg and J C R Brooks for tho peti Â¬ the and Notary Public He re- gave chase and began firing This brought their rifles and shot guns in their hands tioners All the ovidence introduced wan in all Courts in Wolfe and Ad- tack and made no fight at all Practices ports that after reaching the woods the the fight on before tho attacking party left on tho next trains going east and tho verified petitions of the warrants of joining Counties and Court of Appeals firing was kept up and volley after vol- Â¬ were quite ready The intention had west to their homes drawing off their arrest piJ 1ollections n Specialty ley was heard by him The full partic- Â¬ been for the Sheriff to first demand the hats and cheering as the trains drew out Camptok Wolfk COlNTY Ky Sheriff Hogg of Rowan telegraphed ulars have not reached us but it is one surrender of Tolivcr When Toliver and from the depot This was a somewhat Acting Governor Ilindman for seventy A C BAKER of the bloodiest episodes in the history his crowd opened fire however parley- ghastly spectacle as only a few yards away fiv or a hundred troops but instead oT of the State ing out of the question Pretty was the home of the Tolivers among them sending thorn ho sent Secretary of State The civil law had failed to remedy the sotin wis who is now bullets from rifles an Â¬ the mother of Craig who were loudly McKcnzie to Morehead fearful wrongs that were being inflicted swered Mr Toliver Winchester and he began to re- Â¬ bemoaning the loss of their beloved ones making a thorough investigation of the on the peace and civil rights of the peo treat and as he did so firing began in a for no matter what they were to others state of alfalrs there To day he talked JACKSON ICY ple aim they arose in their might and different direction and puffs of smoke to them they wero dear The mother ot with a great many men tho moot of in the exerciso of a God given right was seen to issue from the bushe- - near Craig Toliver came up from Farmers whom seem to think they can tako care THR J A TAULBEE struck for deliverance the old school Bud Madden Station accompanied by her son Ma of themselves He also visited tho sccnei AJ It was a horrible necessity but it had of the Sheriffshouse where his company rion who seems to be a gentleman of Wednesdays batthymd secured several posse and All will regret tho necessity were located to come Tho Tolivcr crowd paus What this young man saw tonight his relics of tlie same The probabilities are that drove an outraged people to the act ed to replv to this fusilade when Hi ram emotions were almost too strong to speak that no troops will be sent Jackson Breathitt County but it is done and let us hope that peace Pigman advanced and took possession of That he was a man of peace and would Andy Toliver has gono to Morgan will now spread its balmy wings over the depot from which point he riddled do his best to keep his friends from do- county where he is now stopping at tbft KENTUCKY that crime scarred little countv house of a friend He is suffering wittV tho Powers House and drove out those ing any further violence B TAULBEE M D This is his first visit to Morehead and three wounds Tho boy Cal Toliver who remained in charge there Then ANOTHER ACCOUNT the posse began to close in from different he had done his best to induce his broth who escaped the posse by hiding under h PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON He too is directions and the Tolivers were in full er to keep awap from tho place He and house is now at Hnggtown Cruly Tolivcr Jay Toliver Itud Toliver retreat bullets whistlingnbout their ears his family have suflerud much at the painfully wounded HAZEL GREEN KY and Hiram Cooper Killed Ncaring tho streets leading to tho Cen hands of the ussasMii His father was Office Office over W T Caskeys store Cincinnati Enquirer tral Hotel Bud Tolivcr received a shot killed in his mothers arms when he was MASONIC TEMPLE MT STERLING KYV 8 to 11 A M and 1 to 4 P M hours Ky June 22 Craig Tol- Â¬ in the leg and he fell Cal Toliver his a cnim ouiy eigne years oiu auci ijraig Ami tli Tliourtimlx of Things There Sold MoitHiiKAD All calls attendfl to day or night Hu Cheap ly O It Cliirrlntiii iver and three of his gang Bud Toliver brother a lad of sixteen stopped and was fourteen and that had a good deal a cv3iVMLavrwnMJC3MjBiMun wua t Jay Toliver and Harvey Cooper are dead aiming his rifle fired inflicting a proba- Â¬ to do with making Craig so reckless TllK GOLD DU8T II AMI E HOTELS filled with bullets from Winchester rifles bly fatal wound on Bud Madden At Marion Toliver seems to be all sincerity Is of wrought iron und will last a life- Â¬ and their bodies lie in a little room ad the same instant Cal was hit in the side in expressing his regret of any further time It has a large oven fire clay back HOUSE joining the bar room in the Powers All hands were now making fur tho Cen trouble For his part ho was willing to and nickel trimmings Jt is the equal PIERATY The New Phrcnix House from which but a week ago Toli- tral Hotel kept by the Manning Brothers let the matter rest where it was and let of tho St Louis Homo Comfort ranga HAZEL GREEN KY ver drove Powers and took possession of Tolivers friends and Craig and his cous the law take its course with those who which sold at 00 and 70 or any other hi property The work was accomplish- Â¬ in Jay escaped between two frame had been guilty of this days doings range made If you want u first cla s J H Pioratt Proprietor ed in a manner that appears to give sat houses and gained the hotel Jay delay But a few of the armed men who were cooker good for coal or wood mado at I am now running the little hotel around isfuction to the community aud it was ed for a moment in the back room f one here today are around tonight Not a Louisville where repairs can bo had get the corner on Broadway and respectfully done by citizens of Rowan Morgan and the buildings but the shower of bullets half dozen of them remain but tho town the Gold Dust a six hole range with HO invite uiy former patrousand traveling peo Fleming Counties who rose as it were that poured into it made him leave pre- is peaceful No more trouble is expected gallon tank and all the vi MlHat 50 and ple generally to call und cad und nhleeb en masse to put down the lawlessne w sently The Sherifls posse wero sur- at once but ho is sanguine who expects We oiler it ua the cheapest and S08 by mv blacc J II PIEHATT which has made Rowan county a blot on rounding the hotel whero Craig Toliver this days work will have no sequel The best range in the world and you would Cal Tolivcr CaytToHiver Jay Toliver dead men have been dressed coffins havo pay 00 and 05 for it if somo smooth Â¬ the map of Kentucky AYHOUSE IlAZiii Gkkev Ky The leader in the movement was D B Hiram Cooper Andy Tolivcr Boone been sent for and tomorrow the remains tongued agent were to present its merits Newly Fitted and Refurnished The best the market affords will be found Logan whose little home is on the out- Â¬ Day Jas Manning aud Bunk Manning will be sent to Elliott county where all at your door You sayo ten dollars by upon the tabic at all times und the public skirts of Morchcad aud which hr had were secreted Mrs Manning was sum four will be b ricd- - togeth V Two of buyingit directly of the solo agenfT B is reupqetlully solicited Ones patronage been obliged to leave for fear of assassi Â¬ moned and told to inform Craig and his Covingtons citizens carried their yum taiuuso MuBonic Toinple Alt Ster Â¬ will have ice and other luxuries to be had nation three weeks ago He is a lawyer men to come out und surrender awl noth in todays war J M Brain and Mat ling Ky where the cheapest stoves in in first claw country hotel p In connection Curry both of whom had hecii- - driven Ktfitujciy arc sold jo a Hiu itablc for lioraun and ticd room for by profession aud a man of indigence ing would be done to them They brought He was exasperated beyond back the answer that thoy would not from their homes Another Covington and nerve vehicle in charge of good hostler Pastur Tho Meikle plow is the cheapest and endurence by the oppression of the Toli- Â¬ come out at all At this the word passed man II C Power may now return to nge for homes Mkb LOU DAY Proprietress ver gang and when he saw tho bodies to burn the building Before this was Morehead aud take possession of his best plow iu this market Call and eo of his two little cousins who were recent- done Craig and the others left the house property from which he was ousted it jj u uakiubox mi sterling JCfaWANGO SPRINGS ly killed bv the Tolivers aud beheld the from the rear pulling off their huts as None of the Youngs were in Morehead 1 AND BOARDING HOUSES way in which they had been so foully they ran at the attaking party They today and it is probably fortunate for Decorated China Dinner and Tea Harrison Svvimjjo Proprietor Allie Young was threatened and Sets from 050 to 5000 Best goods murdered he shook hands with Hiram were known to each other by being bare- them erv effort will be made to make every who had himself suffered at headed Tho eucmy discovered this aud warned John Rogers a cousin of the lor tho money A full line of dishes Ig a pleuaiiat for invalids und pleasure- - Pigman and swore to bring the had gone tome little distance before be Â¬ Youngs made good his escape to the cheapest in Kentucky - Tolivers hands iern aa pouiiui uuring uiu uuiuing uuThen a concentrated bush when the bring first began and has D B GAitutfox Mt Sterling c very reaKonu the murderers to justice After leaving ing discovered JtatcB oi Hoarding his home and lying out in the brush fur fire was delivered after the fugitives the not beeu seen since Some citizens be- Â¬ on or address ail HARRISON SWAXGO Hoes Rakes Axes Picks Long Shov Â¬ a little while he received word from Tol- dirt puffing up around them as thev ran lieved to be favorable to Toliver were hi ircen Ky lor particular iver that if he did not return at once he A ball struck Craia Tolivcr in the back disarmed early in the day and almost els D Shovels andGurdeii Forks cheap D B GAitmsoNti Alt Sterling Toliver would sell his cattle and hire He wheeled and fell rising to his knees every precaution was taken to insure a at bMBS HOUSE out his wife Then Logan formed the and another ball struck him in the breast complete job It was an extraordinary Stoves and Ranges Hardware Locks resolution which was terribly executed Ho rose again when another ball hit display of determination on the part of CAMPTON KY j to day lie went to iranktort and ex Â¬ him in the breast These last arc under the good citizens Some who are not so Cutlery Hinges Nails Bolts Tools plained to the Governor the dreadful the right and left nipples respectively good were with them but the good cle- Â¬ Hoes Rakes PI tun Dishes Tinware I 6 S COMBS IROriUKTOR state of affairs in Rowan county and His blood flowed iu gushes in the road ment prevailed Then when all wits ac Â¬ uiassware etc at lowest cash prices D B Gamuboji Ml patronafrc of the traveling public is property of its citizens were at the mercy near tho railroad track where ho fell complished that could be done D B Cull und sec us ictfullv solicited Table the oe t and of a lawless gang whom the people were and later in tho day tho hogs lapped it Logan telgrnphed this laconic dispatcli Sterling 1 have attention for the comfor of guests Lanterns with dash board attachment afraid to openly oppose Ho told how up Jay Toliver was killed in a little to the Governor ut Frankfort Robkht Bud Toliver done it the best thing out- - at Craig Tolivcr elected Police Judge had lot on tlie side of the hotel UM TIOTTRR D B Gakiubons Alt Sterling defied the law by opening a saloon sell- Â¬ got into a field of high grass behind u Ky Sai yersvillk MORE BLOOD ing liquor without license and permit Johnsons store where he was found and Tho handsomest Chamber Sets ever G B Adams Pnoimirroit Hiram Cooper tho man Ilahlp to be Shed iu thu KtreetH of More The dispatched ting two others to do likewise made aa well as the cheupest rangiug Governor replied that he was sorry he who swore out tho warrant for thoLngun s old and well known house ban been huuil Friend of tho TullvernXatd to he from 250 to 20 for n ten piece sett th ughly refitted und refurnihhed and is could not help him he could not send boys was found iu an upper room of the Arming to Avenge Their Killing Call aud seo them pen for the reception of the public troops to Rowan he had sent them twice Central Hotel said to be the one occu Â¬ nT Cincinnati Commercial Gazette Ni ng Hhall be Left Undone to Make atacost to tho State of 100000 without pied by Ottie Young D B Gaiihison- Alt Sterling A ball In tho ii Comfortable B Adtunit doing any other good than protecting a brain settled him Little Cayt Toliver Lexikotok Ky June 1M Opinions Stop Ladders four footj l2G nix Court in the conduct of trials that wero though he had been active with his lit- Â¬ are conflicting in regard to tho Rowan tle pistol was too young to bo held to county disturbances being continued foot 150 eight foot 17ft nt travesties on justice MISCELLANEOUS D U Gawuhoa o Alt Sterling The Governor advised Mr Logan to answer and hu was allowed to go He While tho town of Morehead to night is Wo call on the sherifl aud County Judge to is a game little fellow and when he saw perfectly uuiet and tho women and chil- Â¬ ATTENTION MB CLASS arc now Barbed annealed und mtlvanized wir nreiiared to issue warrants for the arnjst of Craig men surrounding Craig and shooting at dren arc sitting on their doorsteps there all claries with employment at home Tolivcr and his niurdoroun crow nuu him ho ran iu between them Cal Toli are ugly rumors afloat which causo many at lowest prices and everything else at tola of tho time or fur their npuro summon overy good citizen in Rowan vcr got into a hiding place and escaped to fear thuro will bo another scene of lowest rales Is liuHinus new light und profitu- to hid aid and go although tho town was searched for him bloodshed iu that unhappy town to I B CUiiribox Mt Starling ei nonti of either vex easily oaru from and adjoining counties and recover his homo and fireside Lo Tho battlo was now over and tho casual which will bo ad dad the burning of thu Homo Shoes and Ilonw Nalk HwmUJL to to per evening aim a proportion by devoting all their time to the gan wanted arms but tho Govornor ties wero as slated Craig Bud and Jay pooploH homuu and othor property Arm Â¬ and Farriora Kulvt and HamwertftitC Boys and girl earn nearly us much could give him nono Logan pleaded Toliver and Hiram Coopor killed on one ed bauds of men havo been seen on thu D B Garribunhj Mt Btorling Ky That all who ee thta may send that tho outlaws wero dcaporato and aido and Bud Madden mortallv wounded Newport Nowh and Mississippi Vnllny urcihtid tost the billing we make that armed aa thoy wcro thoy would re Â¬ on tint other Tho fight had lasted Railroad and they arc not men who be Itov V G Coml preached at k natirttled To ouch us f nu one uouarare not well uio iron sist arrest and kill many good men bo about two hours during which timo bul Â¬ longed to Wednesday posso to puy lur Tom Ward hchoqI hom Wt wr ru U nntttcularH und outrtt foro thoy could bo taken Th Govornor lets flow thick and fast At tho ordor It is iibio stated that in Elliott county a lurg Then go and Uke them dead or of one portion of tho pome tho tho fonnor home of the Toliver boyn said i Adav okohqi Stinsos t Co JuSiy alive and 1 futhcrmorc authorize you morning train wu delayed outride tho thvre U already an orutii allOH of their MoytowHl dV four-year-olvon-eogRge4-Hi 44w-figlvt-tt- rd-of PROFESSIONAL CARDS W -- -- i Â¬ Â¬ a Â¬ Henry Knoefel I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Attorney at Law Â¬ Â¬ Physician and Surgeon Â¬ Â¬ J Â¬ Â¬ l w Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ V j Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ pVfis 7 H 1 - f J i s Â¬ f t Â¬ MVfM i J w 4 i 3-- Ip -G Hazel Gheen Herald SPENCKH COOrER Publl bcr NEWS NOTES Trustworthy advices from St Peters- Â¬ burg confirm the report that Dhulcp Hingti has invited Russia to invade India A Rome dispatch says no answer has received at tho Vatican to the recent summons of Dr McOlynn to that city A dispatch from Sofia states that tho Bulgarian Regents have returned to that city They were greeted with extravagant dem onstrations of loyalty At Nowburgh N Y reccntlytho Arch deaconry of Orango was organized by tho election of Rov Wm R Thomas of Highland Falls as Archdeacon Tho Pope is opposed to allowing Catholics to enter tho Italian Parliament until tho Italian government offers moro tangible concessions to tho church Louis B Lent tho well known circus proprietor died in Now York a fcuv days ago In bis time bo was identified with many of tho greatest shows in this country Tno pool bill has passed both houses of houses of tho Legislature of Illinois It allows botting on regularly organized race tracks now in existence Many coses of flowers shipped from vari ous posts throughout tho Union wcro re- Â¬ ceived at tho Central Park Arsenal for Gen Â¬ eral Grants tomb at Riverside Park New York city and the gardeners decorated tho tomb George Waxham a prominent farmer living in Franklin Erio County Pa was seriously aud possibly fataly injured the other day He was in a ouarry and while at work thoro a largo stone fell crushing him badly Henry Chntflcld a Brooklyn N Y merchant died tho other day from the effect of tho lodgement of an orango seed Ho hud bcon ill for sevin his intestines eral weeks with inflammation of tho intestines and a surgical operation was per- Â¬ formed as a last resort Tho patient how- Â¬ ever was unublo to rally from tho shock Governor Zulick of Arizona has issued a quarantine proclamation against tho importation of cattlo subject to plcuro- pneumonia against Now York Vermont Pennsylvania New Jersey Delawaro Maryland District of Columbia Virginia Illinois England Scotland and tho Dominion of Cun ada Tho strikers attacked the troops at Heron a mining town in the province of Har naul Belgium Threo soldiers belonging to a company of lancers wcro wounded Tho strikers attempted to blow up with dynamite tho house of a man who had re-Â¬ fused to join tho strike but they wcro driven oft by tho troops before they suc- Â¬ ceeded in carrying out tbeir diabolical in- Â¬ tentions For some tlmo past a movement has been on foot in favor of tho return to Canada of Gabriel Dumont Riols lieutenant in tho Northwest rebellion but his friends urged him not to leave tho United States as It was not known whether tho amnesty of July 1SS5 covered Dumonts case In answer to an inquiry in Parliament Mr Thompson Minister of Justice said that tho amnesty extended to all persons en- Â¬ gaged in tho Northwest troubles except- Â¬ ing such as committed homicide otherwise than in actual war In reply to a largo number of requests for a strict interpretation of the Popes re- Â¬ cent allocution alluding to tho relations be Â¬ tween tho Vatican and tho government of Italy His Holiness caused it to bo an- Â¬ nounced that although declnrutions made through that medium nnd deemed moderate and leave nothing to bo changed or added tho Pope is disposed to treat with Italy on tho bnsis of tho Vaticans temporal power if Italy desires to enter into negotiations looking to the establishment of peace A committco appointed by tho strikflrp n Belgium und representing tho entire dis turbed district has written to M Bncrnaort Minister of Finance demanding universal suff rago for tho people of Bolgium and Insisting that the government abandon its project toiucrenc the import dutios on cat- Â¬ tlo and dressed meats Tho committee gives M Bacrnacrt to understand that tho re- Â¬ fusal of tho government to comply with tueso demands will bo followed by serious consequences and intimate that falling to receive a favorablo answer tho strikers will march into Brussels in a body and ro now their demands at tho palace gates A special from Madrid says The Span Â¬ ish government will consent in July next to declare the reduction of tho differential flag dutirjt on tradobotwooa Anifiricji nud tho West Indies pormancnt Similar concessions will bo made to other countries having treaties with Spain Tho will of Hollowny tho great medicine millionaire has just been probated at London notwithstanding the contest of two aged sistors whom he left penniless Ho gavo nearly all of hiscstntp less tho value of what is likely to bo a useless college to a stranger to his blood und did not name his aged sistors Tho radical congress in session ut Brussels Belgium adopted a set of resolutions embodying their demands from tho government an official copy of which will bo served upon tho Ministerial Council Tho most prominent of tho demands aro tho separation of the church and Stnto com- Â¬ pulsory education tho regulation of chi- Â¬ ldrens employment tho creation of n State fund for invalid workingmen and full am nesty for persons arrested for oftlonccs committed by strikors during tho preva Â¬ lence of a strike for Incrcnso ot wagos or uguinst hnrdship and oppression Tho graves of tho Confederate dead In Cavo Hill Cemetery Louisville wero deco Â¬ rated on tho 2Sth by tho chlldron of soldiers of that city and vicinity in tho proschco of an immenso crowd including u number of cx Fodornl soldiers Tho oration was doliverod by Colonel E Polk Johnson managing editor ot tho Courltr Jounuxl Stops aro to bo tukon at onco by th ladles of Loulsvlllo to form n Confederate Monument Association tho object of which Is tho erection of n monu Â¬ ment in that city in memory of tho Con fed orato dead In Kentucky A largo body of peasants marched to Wostropp Irolaud tho othor day and atÂ¬ tacked tho residonco of a Mr OCallahan a man who had niado himself obnoxious by Ills Intimacy with tho Castlo government people and who was then honoring tho UK constables who had bcou engaged In evict Â¬ ing the tenants st Jtodyko tho day previous They pelted the house with stones and broko every pane of glass lu tho front of tho building The coutublos with drawn Wyouet made h sortie and nuvicedcd lu rcpulilNtr U ptsiitt ulwr a sharp ecu Dccn Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HAZEL GREEN - KENTUCKY CURRENT TOPICS Straw neckties aro u now idea Nkw Yohk cians Cxtt has eight colorod physi Â¬ Oam ADAiBsyiLLS to y black marble is built on a bed of B If I il L Ui - usual Tnx big Brooklyn bridge has earned 3 000000 in Tour years A palmetto fiber factory is being estabÂ¬ lished at Jacksonville Fla Donklxt the Kalamazoo celery king has forty acres under cultivation Mrs Cleveland objects to linger rings she only woors ono her wedding band The Theater Comiquc Paris destroyed by Jlro the othor day cost over 12000000 An English fashion note says Every nlco woman has given up wearing birds The number of soldiers monuments eroctod this year will bo greator than Â¬ Â¬ K- Mrs Clevelands photographs havoa largo and increasing sale in London and Paris Los Anoelos Cal has added a croraa torlucito4ts sttractloco vorras Tjkeke nro more than 00000 porsons con- Â¬ fined in penal institutions in the United sharo in tho company projected to worktho tobacco monopoly Tho Duko of Norfolk and lit Herbert Vaughn Bishop of Salford England have rccontly hnd sovcral Interviews with the Pope on tho question of tho resumption of official relations between Englund and the Vatican It is officially announced that tho Crown Prince Frcdorick Wllllum will attend the jubllco festivities in London next month Another cut in sugar quotations has been made at San Francisco tho California refinery reducing all grades ouo elghth of a cent Ono hundred weavers at tho Naumkeag mills Salem Mass have struck ugainBt a proposition to flno them for tlmo lost und stock spoiled on account of oil dripping Gnudaur the oarsman says that he is willing to go to Australia to moot Beach provided ho has the assuranco that Beach will accopt a challenge Tho Cumberwoll Radical club ie making nrrangements on behalf of tho Radicals and IriShraen or London to givo Mr William OBrien a banquet on his return from America Co at Tho cotton mill of Masurot Roubaix France was entirely destroyed by fire a few days ago Lobs 200000 Bids were opened at tho Treasury Do partment tho other day for iron work for jtho Jiew vauJLfoEstamlardsilycr dollars Tho lowest bidder was tho West Point MaÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ NEWS NOTES Tho shareholders of thcBnnkof Spain have decided that tho bank shall have a rsc v 6f ItJj - Br vt r gu iS liV 4 Mi is said that lit Washington was novor so whito with snow at thin scasou as now Russell Baoe the New York millionaire was lined f 100 or refusing to serve on a jury A Baltimohe man who has buried his thirteenth wife declares that he will never marry again Amoko the articles found on tho Now Tc -- elevated railroad a this year wcro 1700 umbrellns The eighth annual convention of tho Pho Â¬ tographers Association will bo hold in Chicago August 0 In thirty yours Kansas has had but throo sovoro drouths ono in 1SG0 one lu 1874 and ono in 1881 Quekn Victoria will bestow 10000 beau- Â¬ tiful mugB on tho poor children of London Juno 23 at Hydo Park The conventions of Dakota nro to vote in November under a local option law on tho question of prohibition The Czar of Russia has n photograph album containing pictures of all tho men who have tried to kill him At a Now England dairy show there is said to bo on exhibition a machlno which produces butter In two minutes The titles to city property In Halt Lako are in a fearful muddle owing to tho peculiar way tho Mormons have of raising Â¬ States It of Washington city recently elected Bishop of tho diocese of Enston Md will nccept the position Ex Secretary Manning sailed from Liver pool lor New York on tho Baltic a few days ago His health seems to have greatly Improved A O Balloy chlno Company at Rov John S Lindsay 1223 Â¬ Vice Commodore of tsc Royal Albert Yacht Club London has been declared bankrupt His liabilities arc stated to bo i7000 It is officially announced that the Queen will on the occasion of tho jubilee festivi ties order tho roleaso of all military prisoners not convicted of grave crimes Â¬ Â¬ heirs Edoau L Wakemav says ho can givo tho names and nddresses of 1000 gypsies whoso combined wealth will exceed 40 000000 -- r Tvill bo tho The now U 8 Treasury silver vault largest in tho world having a capacity for ono hundred million silver dollars h c - IXs t r Wi I 3r 7 -- fH r ki- l k SK fti V PV and as many ns 200000000 cuns wero used for other vegetables A compact has been organized in Cincin- Â¬ nati called Tho American cvntwritiv pramatlc Association for the purpose of regenerating tim stage A womens school of journalism has boon oponed in Detroit Tho girls aro to bo taught type sotting short hand revision of manuscript nnd proof reading Nina Van Zandt visits nnd talks to Splos dally In his Chicago cell nnd it is said ho has not only lost his volco but is wasting to a inero shadow of his former solf Mna Mart A Talcott of Chicago utunua uu twmuai gut OI lOUU to tllO UU- mano Socloty of that city Her husband govo tho Bocloty 50000 during his life- Â¬ An--arch- lst Mil Aiiell of tho Baltimore Sun with twenty millions or moro at his back is said to bo tho richest newspaper man in tho world TuEBhnllow strawberry box jokes aro about out ol season It will now bo in or- Â¬ der to air your witticisms on tho Delawaro poach crop The llobrow population of Jerusalem is rapidly increasing It is uow H0S0 tho largest number nlnco Titus destroyed tho sacred city A D 70 FiFTT riVE million cans wcro used in this country lea nr for canning tomutoes Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ time Â¬ A Nonni Carolina clergyman not only rofusod to marry an eloping couple but arrosted tho brldo and telegraphed her fathor that ho held her subject to his or- Â¬ Â¬ ders lor all persons having claims against him to present thorn at oucc as his niaohlue is about flnlshod and ho wants to squaro his accounts No dancer of a break in the Gorman succession Tho Crown Princes oldest son is a robust young man of twenty nine And it is said that ho already has four chlldron all of thom sous Between two and threo tons of postal cards nroanufacturcd ovory day at Cus Keelt tho motor man has advortlsod Â¬ Â¬ largest ordorover filled lor Now York City was 4000000 curds or about twolvo tons of paper Tho tleton N y rHHfc Euss P Buckingham successfully man- agos a fruit farm of several hundred iwros In California and urges othor womon to take up the inino kind of work for which sho think women aro well Among married ladies photography is fcolng very popular of iato Thoyllkoto ntted keep a photographic record of their dill Jren growth ami doing and make u family album whkk is of the wot unique JiMt wa4 MfcT HHtS -- TfiWtwiwi K7 iutt -- lu appear 0lUNI Mi wymmftm HF r wm PLh p iwwwup wimmjn mm- - 7mmC TD Siiraiaiwt iMiMAb wm n m9 IHNIWWtrMrXHtioata lie Dispatches from the inundated districts of Hungary state that tho floods arc subsiding Larce tracts of land nro still submerged however Tho destruction to crops is enormous Gustavo Hcrzlg manufacturer of furs at New York City hus failed Tho sheriff seized his stock on judgments amounting to 10050 The liabilities arc about f AOOO assets possibly 25 000 After eleven ballots tho Episcopal con vention at Newark Del tho other day gave up the attempt to elect a successor to Bishop Lee They will try again on tho second Tuesday in December The new railway from Nisch Rervia to Ak Pnlankn has been formally opened to traffic and its completion is regarded as of great importnnco to tho Servian government ns affording means of rapid transpor- Â¬ tation of troops Mr Gladstono writes that the Liberal Unionists having assisted the Conserva- Â¬ tives in passing tho second reading of a bill making tho coercion of the Irish people permanent tho Irish question is virtually setÂ¬ tled for tho present The ceremony of unveiling tho stntuo of Haydcn took placo at Vienna the othor day In the presence of nn imif jnso crowd of spectators Tho Emperor pulled the silicon cord which uncovered the statue and in n touching and eloquent speech pre-Â¬ sented tho work to the city in the name of its patrons and promoters Tho London fitnes in an article on the causo contributing to tho present depression of trade nnd especially the recent fulling off of foreign commerce attributes the situation to the Amerhsnn intor Stnto commerce law particularly tho long and short haul clause and tho increase by Russia nnd Canada of import duties on iron Prof 8 F Bnird secretary of tho Smith soniun Institution is lying very ill at his residence in Washington city Ho returned to that city u very sick man the other day from a trip to northern New York for the benefit of his failing health Hois suffering from heart and kidney troubles A tcrrlblo locust plaguo prevails in the central provinces of Spain Vegetation has almost entirely disappeared and in many places tho railway officials have bcon com pelled to send workmen In force to clear tho tracks of tho Insects beforo trains could pnss Twelve hundred striking miners at tempted to rob a brewery at Bnchmut Russia owned by an English firm Tho fifty English workmen employed In the brewery rcststed und during tho conflict threo of tho hands wcro killed and many on both sides wcro injured Several miners were arrested Tho conflict ended beforo tho military who wero summoucd arrlvod upon tho scene Tho Moxlcan government has published an official statement of tho public debt which shows tho total national indebted Â¬ ness to bo much lower than is given in recent publications Tho total consolidated dobt which includes tho English dobt tho Carbajal bonds tho English and Spanish convention debts and tho Interior debt is 100045000 whllo tho unconverted debt Is 44075000 n grand total of 151020000 The recall from St Petersburg to London of ColffiMjl Sir West Rldgoway chief of tho British Afghan commission is understood to havo boon decided upon for tho purposo of receiving from him personally an ox planatlon of tho extraordinary activity of Russian troops in Asia to which tho gov Â¬ ernments attention has been culled For somo tlmo pnst tho government has bcon advised through Its agents that Russian military movements on a largo scalo nnd of extraordinary frequency wero executed In tho disputed portions as well as the al ready dellmluatcd parts of tho torrltory forming tho boundary of Afghanistan but nouo of tho informants havo been ublo to givo Information in detail A second match between Hnnlau and Uauduur has been arranged to taku placo on July 21 on Lake Calumet at Pullman It will bo threo miles for 11000 n sido with tho option of Increasing it to 500 Tho Canadian Senate whluh for somo days had been wrestling with tho ques tion of divorce oveiitually decided by a vote of thirty to thirteen that a dlvoivo obtained in tho United Btutes is of non effect In Canada Hov John H Ilndbuy rector of Ht Johns KpUiopal churoh Georgetown 1 U who was elected HUhop of tho diocoao of Kat on Md Jw decided not to accept Iho honor Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ of drink-Â¬ ing men by securing sober employes in IN THE BUSINESS WORLD tho first place Tho Itovnlutlna flolnc On in Veapect to Itight hero it may bo of interest to tho llutn Ilnblt UUcrlinliiMtlont AffHlnit state tho fact that young men in cities Drinking Men FncU for the Careful holding positions of great trust where Conslcleratlou of Young Men While there is no doubt that the sen Â¬ in it would bo possible for them to timent of tho country is increasing rap- Â¬ steal or embezzle aro often kopt unÂ¬ idly in favor of legislation to cripple der strict surveillanco of evenings by nnd to crush tho infernal rum trnilic their employers Thoro aro In th its progress is no less marked in diflor largest cities dcteotives who find this cnt fields entirely distinct from that ono lino of work a profitable one and occupied by tho law and law mukcrs a sourco of continual employment B In the social world the drinking man flu MWI sff n rrAi4 fiKtii s A nfin is still looked upon with more or less tion or bank has any reason to doubt M tolerance though tho time is rapidly the regularity of life of any subordinate coming when those who are confirmed in a trusted position ho can for a in the habit will find the majority of all comparatively moderate fee have him rospcctablo doors closed against them shadowed for a week or a month or But tho most important revolution is any given time Each morning the- that going on in what may bo termed ninnlover receives a written renort be ginning at the timo tho watched per- - 1 the business world son left Ins business on the previousIt is a well known fact that many of the larger railways of tho country will evening livery piaco tnac no wont i not employ a man addicted to the uso every person to whom ho spoke every of rum and with whom the cast iron door he entered the length of timo ho rule obtains which is most rigidly en- Â¬ remained within the names of all with forced that any employe found under whom he was in company in fact the influence of liquor is at once dis- Â¬ every minutia of his lifo until bo charged Such a jirecaution is absoÂ¬ reached his bed aro carefully jotted lutely necessary for tho safety of life down for his employers edification nnd property A switchman or bridge One would be entirely safe in making tender his brain stupefied by the fumes the assertion if such a young man of alcoholic poison is liable to send an were found to have bad habits were express train loaded with its precious accustomed to s- nd his cveningo with human freight down to death without wild or reckless companions or were addicted to drinking that some pre- Â¬ a moments warning The sumo rule practically obtains in text would speedily be found for re- Â¬ many large manufacturing establish- Â¬ moving him from his position and pro ments of the country It is certain moting one considered more worthy of ajl that the workman who is habituated to tlirt trust And this practical Temperance sen- Â¬ the use of liquor can not do as much work nor that of so good quality as timent this carrying of the idea into the man who never touches the poison cfiect in favor of the total abstainer and his nerves arc unstrung his hand is against the drinker is extending year not steady his judgment is poor his by year As our population increases eye is not so correct It is but just tho struggle for existence becomes und natural that the employer should fiercer and fiercer The young man desire the services of the best work- Â¬ starting out in life with nothing but men and as he who is a devotee of his talents for his fortune finds every rum is not so good as the sober man avenue filled with others like liimself and as ho has thnt most fatal of all de- Â¬ anxious to begin the battle of life to fects unreliability it is no wonder that succeed amid tliis pushing battling the drinker is discriminated against in throng he must cast ofl all tilings that impede his progress As matters al- Â¬ favor of the non drinker Within a few years the best and saf Â¬ ready stand there is nothing that will est life insurance companies have been moro surely handicap him than tho refusing all risks upon the lives of habit of indulgence in rum Besides those who drink habitually The vic- Â¬ the expense of such a habit an exÂ¬ tim of rum lias a far les expectation pense that joung men can ill afford of life at an given age than the sober aiide from the fact that this habit pre- Â¬ man It is unfair to the policy holders cludes his ever becoming as excellent who do not use liquor to admit men a workman ns valuable a clerk or who drink unless indeed a much emplo3e as his sober competitor aside higher premium is exacted A sober from the fact that ho shortens by In Â¬ man at forty five lias the same expecta Â¬ dulgence in tiiis habit the number of tion of life as a drinking man at thirty jcars in which he is fit for hard mental So as a matter of simple justice if a or physical labor sis well as actuallyrisk on the life of the latter were ac Â¬ shortening his entire life term by at cepted at all he should pay the same least one third there is this one great premium as a man who is insured at fact staring him in the face at every the xvgo of forty five To make such a turn that employers do not desire the distinction in actual practice would services of intemperate men wheu be impossible hence the companies do temperate ones equally capable can the next best tiling which is to refuse bo obtained The young man who drinks can never obtain the entire con- Â¬ rkks upon drunkards fidence of his employer a thing which This discrimination against drinking men is shown most clearly in the is absolutely necessary if he dosircs operations of the many secret societies rapid progress along the road which which have sprung tip of late years leads to honor wealth and fame alKjve array of facts is ouc which whose chief purpose is mutual insurance is The worthy of the careful consideration of the lives of their members A man who is known to be a regular drinker of every young man about starting out to have contracted the habit whether in life Thcy are none the less true ns yet he has become an actual drunk- Â¬ because not so widely understood and so constantly indoctrinated as other ard or not is debarred from meinber facts bearing upon the question of sucEhip no matter how desirable an ac- Â¬ cess or failure iii life The position is quisition he might be to the lodge in all is none of the em Â¬ 1 other respects Each member in the often taken that it what ployers business the employe Bociety has a direct money interest in may do when not actually engaged in securing only the best class of risks a his daily avocations This is a falso man who drinks is not desirable bit of logic as applied to the rum Honcc when tiie ballot box goes round any indulgence in drink those persons among the members who habit because has its effect upon the mental arftT1 arc acquainted with the personal hab Â¬ its of tlie candidate quietly drop black physical system and consequently balls therein and he is excluded affects to a greater or less degree tho There is no public scandal the fact of working capacity It is a fact that the drinking man can his being black balled is a lodge secret not do as much work nor doit as and pride and mortification on the part well and can not be so cortainly deÂ¬ of tho candidate prevents his ever mak Â¬ pended upon as the ono who docs not ing the fact public drink henoe it is a matter which Outside of tho trades and mechanical the employer has a legitimate in right to operations among the vast class of interfere In tho fierce clerks and oflicc employes tho same the working world to competition of rule is parcticalry becoming more and who lets rum alone has day tho man more enforced The merchant wants All young men should tho advantage this clrur hcadcd men behind tho counter and be guided therebynoteThey fact owe or desk The great corporations re Â¬ this duty to themselves and to their quire in their offices sober men of reg- Â¬ fellow men Toledo Blatlc ular habits It is recognized as a safe maxim that rum opens tho door to all Drunkenness a Crime kinds of vice and wrong doing Tho While so much healthful discussion man who drinks is liable to bo a goes on relative to tho destruction of BiKsndsthrift Whilo he is around town tho saloon system it should not bo lost of evenings having what ho denom Â¬ sight of that drunkenness is a crime as but which is in well as a sin inates a good time reality n very had time because it is to so regard and that society is bound it Tho ruining his health and threatening his mcntalism that makes kind of scnti it a mistaka a life ho spends more money than ho fault nnd sometimes only a kuiu of would othorwiso Ho goes with a live Â¬ ly crowd like himself under the influ Â¬ reasonable misfortune is always on hand and more of courso at such a ence of tho cxhlliaruting cfloctsof their tlmo as potation and becomes reckless with of the tho present whon tho thought Kxtruvagant habits are against people is brought so to ear his purso tho drunkard makers Hut it very easy to acquire and very hard to is wrong A npoaker at a mooting In break If ho can have suoli a good an Eastern city rccontly mtulo the sug Â¬ time from the amount of money which gestion that ovory llrbt conviction of ho upends on that nociialmi he reasons drunkonness should ho visited with tho that ho wouln have u Mill hotter time did ho have more money Theft or deÂ¬ pcnnltyofndonlal of thu right olfiuf i rnge for a your That oromotfiB g falcation follows next in order exjios viiiuiijt U l WUUIUf 0 UkbJ1RM tire and ruin nro tho inevitable result UntUil Vmbyterlmu followed by llljjht or tho prison wflK bufelucdj men rciuou that It U Alwaym UrJklnTJw drj - TEMPEEANCE HEADING better to avofd theso possible losse rind tho known unreliability - well-ascertain- ed -- So-fiyjJ- nu- -- m Br BBaw t is T r - vtbT3T -mm 9- - mar rr M - Hazel Green Herald SPENCEIt COOPER Publisher HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY THE BROOKLETS SONG Llatonio tho tlnglo tingle Sweotost muslo ever bringing Always singing over ringing Aa It spueds Its way along Underneath tho rustic bridges Through tho sandy tracks and ridges Through tho vulloys whoro it niliioj All its powers into songl Listen to tho patter prwor Listen to tho clatter clatter As it flow whero buds nro bending With ltd music nover ending Swofttcst notes forever blending As it tingles oer tho stones With its loud and thrilling lnughtcr And tho echoes ringing at tor With its sighing and then dying Into mimic human moans Listen to its groaning groaning Listen to its sweet intoning As it through tho meadows sweeping In tho woodlands mildly weeping VVlth its music ever boating To an alryi fairy time Hear its loud and steady chiming Purest language gayly rhyming Turning swaying lotfo songs playing To tho angels sweetest chime Listen to its notes of splendor Listen hear Its music tender Whtlu it tlows amid tho cressus Klsilng them with sweet caresses While thoir forms It gayly dresses In rich dew gems fair and tine To tho sea its waters bounding Richest notes of musle sounding Ever living always giving TJs Its melodies divine Listen to its prattle prattle Listen to its merry rattle Sweeplug on and on forever With tho raptures of endeavor Simjlng ringing always ever Natures fairest rarest rhyme It has sung mo many stories Of great deeds and heroes glories And I weeping see It sweeping Onward like tho waves of time V Tripp in Current For it Is tho brooklot singing Listen to tho Jingle jlnglo Mr Stuart at onco saw tho wisdom of this valuable ladys plan It could be done without arousing tho suspicion of either It might bo done oven iu kindness to both for now that his evil passion had passed away ho felt that tho poor girl would not bo much to blame if sho married well Helen ho admitted had some excellent qualities and had sho beeil wealthy instead of poor ho could havo accepted her as a daughter-in-laHo resolved to wait a day or two and iu tho meantimo form some excuso for sending his son away Tho next day Helen seemed as Sho obedient and humble as over w taining a great deal of mystery in tho back ground to draw inferences from pointing to poor Helen and tho farm- Â¬ ers absent sou Tho steruotyped innu Â¬ endo of they say was used with ex-Â¬ traordinary freedom as Chough that earnest high looking woman who worked so faithfully for tho good of hor neighbors had a special claim on they say These stories gained asthoy were repeated until tho farmer was in- Â¬ formed that his son actually designed eloping with Helen on his return from Chicago and leaving tho llttlo cripplo for Mr Stuart to maintain or send to the poor house Poor Helen the innocent eauso of all Uioso rumors was working diligently as a house servant and almost wholly ignorant of tho malicious slanders designed to defame her character Sho was considerably depressed in spirits sinco Warrens sudden declaration of love and his departure for Chicago O why did ho say he loved mo 0 she asked herself It will only add to misfortune it onlv increases my niv humiliation and she wrung hor hands while thotears trickled down her cheeks Sister Helen said little Amos who sat ilfa low chnir noar her loukingjn her sad fiee why do you cry Never mind me little brother never nind me I will tell you a pleas- t story Mhen I get my work done There was no one iu the kitchen save horelf and her little brother I dreamed last night a purty dream sister oh so purty said Amos What was it little brother I dreamed 1 saw a thousand ingels a llvin through the air That was a delightful dream littlo brother Oh it was so nice cried the little fellow chipping his hands at the glo Â¬ rious remembrances the dream revived I hope wo will seo the angels when we die And there was such nice music oh Wo do net want a hired girl any longer Helen Then you do not want my sorvlcos furthor Helen gasped in dismay nover assumed any other part than that of a servant yet her eyes could flash with spirit When Mr Stuart came suddenly into tho kitchen and saw Warren talking to her as sho kneaded the dough her sleeves rolled above her dimpled elbows Helen ho knew that he must act soon blushed and looked affrighted at his entrance while Warren was not a little confused He said nothing but kept a close observance of both Tho next day he noticed Warren again talking in an under tone to the girl Her manner was ever delVerential but she seemed annoyed with his attentions Something must be done said the fanner Then he remembered a small farm he had purchased a few veals Ho before iu Cook County IU would send his son to his real estate agent in the city of Chicago to procure an abstract to tho land Mr Stuart wrote to his agent telling him to not hurry about the abstract and detain his son at least a month in the city Why father why is it necessary for me to go then if you only want an a asked the astonished War- Â¬ ract ren when told that- - he was to take the train the next day for Chicago I will send you a power-of-attorney No you had better hunt you unothor place I think youd bettor go to New Â¬ ton and tako tho train for St Louis Hut you havo given mo more money than was coming to me You only owe me two dollars and fifty cents I know it Helen but it will help you along some to get another place It will pay your faro on the train Helen took a half dollar pieco and placed it on tho table by tho side of Mrs Stuart saying Mrs Stuart I can only take what justly belongs to mo I want no more and with Gods help my littlo brother and I will succeed somo way in driving tho wolf from tho door Hut sister wo aint got no oyor and I must stay out among tho wolves interrupted littlo Amos In a so pathetic that tho tears arose mannor in Mrs Stuarts eyes and it was only by tho greatest effort and strong re- - 16SStox PERSONAL AND LITERARY Mr lluskln koa denied tho rumor that ho has gone over to Homo The manuscript of Hums poom Tho Whlstlo has rccontly boon pur- Â¬ chased for 283 by Lord Rosebory Mr Aboil of tho Haltimoro Sun with twenty millions or moro at his back is said to bo tho richost newsÂ¬ paper man in tho world Judgo McCroa of Wilmington N C has a gift of a raro eloquence When only six yoars old ho was lftca upon a tablo at Fayottovlllo to mako a speech of wolcomo to La Fayette for whom the town was named Twenty-five- members of tho Illinois Womans Press Association aro on gaged in editorial work and tnany moro aro working as correspondents and roportcrs At loast twenty books havo boon published by tho members of this association during tho past year Indianapolis Journal Tho slang word bounco is now numborod among tho verba found in tho English dictionaries In tho now English dictionary under tho word bounco appears the following defini- Â¬ tion and illustration 8 trans To dlschargo suddenly from employment n fOf uncertain orijjltul mi IJotlolTftRiSaTVmtzriS QcU t-- JSpeuko Carllslo has bounced his olork Mr Nelson Xor tolling tulos out of school T Â¬ H iii jS 1 41 31 lV -- 4 V 1 HELMLAKE1IAN on Tho Story of a Youngr Girls Struggle With Adversity BY JOHN It MUSICK Â¬ Atrrnon ok CopyrlglU 1SSG Tim Hankkii ov ijkdfoiid ETC Co WAITKH 13UOWSKIEID by A X Ktllogg Xeittpaptr CHAPTER VI 3Dontinukd CK the future settled Helen said he as ho came to where she was sewing her brother at her side on the old porch I am going away to morrow She looked up at him and in spite of herself her great eyas filled with tears I am going to Chicago to be gone some time Now before 1 go I want to know whether von love me and are willing to accept me for better or for worse sobbed Oh Mr Stuart dont Helen while her little brother fixed his Dont talk to mo great eyes on her that way It must be wicked for me to listen to you think who I am I know who you are Helen and I Juer knitting love you Answer me ono question he Mandy are you speechless Were our fortunes equal would you asked exhibiting his vexation accept mo No lean speak yet alio answered 1 Mould but there is a barrier ptill knitting away between us Mr Stuart you must not What is your plan for managing and sho sprang talk to mo that way this affair to her feet and ran into the house Tho next morning as Warren was I 1 getting in the wagon he noticed Helen milking the cows He let his valise drop Into the wagon and ran into the cow lot Helen said he in a whisper I I am sent away and so do know why you but I will eonio back and make you my wife if I live He clasped her a moment in his arms pressed a kiss on her ruby lips and was gone Mr Stuart who hail watched his son WHAT 13 YOUR PLAN from the window said as the wagon Oh if you nro going to manage it containing Warron rattled away to the oursolf its no uso to make any sug Newton railway station Thats the gestions said Mrs Stuart last they will over seo of each other Now dont bo foolish Mandy CHAPTER vrr ivli ita vour nhin IIKLKN IS SHUlKIJ I Ivo got none of my own I think t An unpleasant duty when thcro is m w flic plan suggosted by Mrs Arnold a shadow of doubt as to its being a youltl oe nnout tuo ucsc duty is a most disagreeable task to per- Â¬ What is it While Mr Stuart and his good Oh if 3ou intond to have your own form wife fully believed it to be their duty to vay iu tho matter go ahead its no use rollow the suggestions of Mrs Arnold or anv ono olso to mtcrforo nd ship tho hired girl there was a Mr Stuart was silent a few momonts twingo of conscience in tho thought Ho stretched his feet out before him Somehow Mrs Stuart saw thrust his hands in his pockets while loveabto qualities in Helen so many that the his brow was like a lowering thunder more she thought of her tho more sho cloud Mrs Stuart at last tired of tantaliz Â¬ regretted parting with her Mrs Arnold and her ambitious daugh Â¬ Mrs Arnold ing hor husband said not only a ter Hallie noticed with some alarm is a vory good woman and good but u shrewd woman She be Â¬ that two or three days had elapsed since ing a disinterested party Iu tho matter Warrens departure mid that tho hired They is oapablo of giving advice iu It better girl had not boon hhlppcd began to devise some plan to stimulate than wo who havo a sons welfare at tho good people to action Mrs Ar Â¬ If I dont know wlmt hor plan Is I nold was a good GeueraJ not only to dont oaro about hearing it talked plan but also to execute Droasod out in hor Sunday suit and gold spectacles said Mr Stuart About would bo to holding her hood high and skirts above Sho wilil tho host plan im started out to call Bond Warren nway send him to Chi Â¬ her rihoutop4 Wherever olio would ktQi him upon hor mdghborj cago ou hiuliimu Unit woeka and while ho U wont thorn was ft aerie of Jdorjoiujiwt thero for several lightly touched with iwuudul ujujcOu goiw hlp thy jflrL Mrs Stuart was silent Her husband was violent and tho shrewd woman always allows her husband to quiet down beforo she attempts to manage him A person would be a fool to try to handle a red hot iron and it would ho equally as foolish to try to handle a red hot man Mr Stuart cooled rapidly perhaps more rapidly than ho otherwise would have done if he had had a plan of his own lie knew in his sober moments his wife was shrewder than him- Â¬ that self and he depended upon her shrewd Â¬ ness to oxtricato them from this dif-Â¬ ficulty What is your plan for managing ho finally asked this Mrs Stuart was silent her noodles clicked anil she bowed her head over to sell tho place I did not know you wanted to sell the Cook County land Yes 1 do said the father lower Â¬ his brow in spite of himself He ing knew he was asking twice the value it the laud and that there was but very little prospect of its ever being sold at his figures Warren who hail noticed his fathers lowering glances from dav to dav and the coolness with which he treated Helen suspected the real object of the Chicago trip He was too good a Mm to disobey his father but he determined to see Helen before he left and have sister I never heard the like Great big harps and organs seemed to bo playin all over tho sky Is Heaven that nice Yes brother and much nicer than you could imagine oh sister my back was An straight an I could walk an run like other boys an I could fly cause I seemed to have wings You was an angel littlo brother said Helen working to crowd down tho sad emotions which arose in hor heart I want to be an angel agin sister Oh I get so said the little cripple tired sitting here all da an 1 cant walk round much only wiz my crutches an if I was an angel an could Hy it would be so nice You will be an angel some day lit- Â¬ tle brother because you are good Hut its so long to wait an I jist git tired sittin here an waitin an said tho child whoso poor waitin little crippled body prevented his enjoying much of childhoods happi Â¬ ness You must learn to bo patient said his sister her face red brother with tho exercise of handling pots and kettles 1 am sister Helen Tcan bo patient cos you are with lnebut oh if I should be left without you if Cod should take you home in Heaven as Ho did mamma and papa then what would become of me 9 Helen did not risk an answer for a few moments then told him that ho must not talk so God took care of His JfiiiP little children Hut you take caro of me Amos said little brother that gives mo the strength and desire to work for you It is God that sent us to these good people where I am able to make a living for both of us Hut where is Mr Warren who used to play with me and talk to you asked the boy sister He has gone to Chicago Where is that A great way off Will he ever como back It is God unconsciously tho true desire of her heart Sinco tho departure of Warren hor burden seemed doubly great and tho scowl upon tho face of Mr Stuart gtew djirkor every day Sho camo to fear him and littlo Amos who ised to prattle fearlessly to tho farmer was now awed into silence by his dark pres Â¬ Holen had just finished sweep Â¬ ence ing tho house and was congratulating herself on a few moments rest this warm afternoon when tho door opened and Mrs Stuart entered tho kitchen She had some inonoy iu her hand and there was a look of unusual gravity on her face Hero Union Is three dollars said she placing tho money in tho girls There h not quite that much hand coining to you but take it you will iiimmI 0 yes 1 hope he will Helen spoko it Union turned hor fnoo white now hut beautiful still to Mr Stuart nud naked by nil appealing glauues What ill you iiHiimr Mr Stuart ovldeutly nudoratood hor muxUm iiiotion and mltlt Field Marshal Archduko Albert of Austria wba has just completed his sixtioth year of military service is n familiar figuro to all tho Vionncso Ho is to bo seen daily iu tho streets at tho races at rovlows at tho opera ovory THEY STARTED DOWN TUB ROAD whorc and is always greeted as a pop Â¬ membrance of duty that she wa3 re- Â¬ ular favorite Ho is short iu stature strained from following her natural has snow whito hair and whiskors impulse to clasp tho dear girl in her wears spectacles and has a thoroughly jolly expression of countenance arms and tell her she should stay was bus gathering up tho Helen It Is i few articles of clothing belonging to Mitchell was a banker iu Milwaukoo herself and brother ami putting them thero was onco a run on his bank On the second day of the run an old in an old carpet bag You are not going away at once Scotchman entered tho bank covered are your asKou xurs smart in aston Â¬ with mud and carrying a pair of saddlebags Ho could not gain access ishment Ym Helen striving to Mr Mitchell on account of the crowd maam said to repress her tears for sho felt this but he shouted to him holding up tho Aleck mon I hoard yo saddlebags discharge was on Warrens account Do not go till morning child a rain hod a rooh on yet bank and I bring yo all 1 have mon is coming up 2000 iu gold No Mrs Stuart we will go on ai Tho crowd contemplated tho old to night and be that fat Scotchman for a moment and then beÂ¬ far as we can gan to drop out of tho line and iu less on our road in the morning in the wagon than an hour tho run had coasod Ni Ill have you sent the teams aro Y Sun No thank you busy HUMOROUS Little Amos put on his little jacket and hat and then with his crutches A policeman always looks blue under his little arms stood ready to ac Â¬ American Commercial Traveler It was slow company Ins sister Old Lady How often docs this would make ami elevator como down progress indeed they Elevator Hoy Mrs Stuart knew it would be hard for Hetwcon up trips maam Helen to find a place for herself and He What aro you thinking ofP tho crippled brother She Ho Nothing absent mind That good lady watched tho hired cdly You flatter Bits girl as sho anil the boy passed out of Do all the jokes about rostaurant tho gate into the lane and then wont pie como under tho classification of into her bed room to cry for having Humors of tho Stomach Merchant done her duty in obeying Mrs Arnold Traveler and shipped that girl In tho Criminal Court Lawyor Little Amos hopped along on his My client your Honor iu killing his crutches without any complaint for ho victim had lost his hoad Judgo hail learned to bear misfortunes with Â¬ Not yot but ho will Great dark clouds out a murmur A young lady in Summordalo is so were rising H the western sky and very tender hearted that sho refuses to there was every indication of ono of those thunder storms common to tho pare the potatoes for her mothor oho says sho is afraid sho might Injuro thoir summer season eyes Drakes Travellers Magazine Helen did not go in tho direction of bothers tho man who ha earned It Newton Why should she who know honest brainy seek a success by faithful nothing of cities and towns work to hear his frionds say among home there exposed to their vices The Lunry had been her home ar1 themselves What an infernally lucky she would seek none other Sho turned iQlhiKjixcklslVJoutnal of Educulton -- What Sho Is eastward with Jier little brother feebly My loveJajjQtananqol hopping along at her side She turned With thoughts on hcavonly scenes down tho lane As they were passing Shes just a common Boston girl And dotos on pork and beans the pasture gato it opened and Koso Somcrville Journal tears Stuart her cheeks wet with You put your foot in it nicely to- Â¬ sprang out and threw her arms about night said Mrs Swcctspeech How Helens neck Oh Helen dear good girl do not was that asked hor husband think I am to blame for this sho Whon you told Mrs Fourthly that sobbed you wero suro her husband would nov- Â¬ said er go tho way ho sent other people Rose I do not blamo you Woll and what of that Helen herown tears falling fast Why thoy her husband is a proachor Forgivo father and mother Groat havo been talked to by tho vilest slan- Â¬ Scott I thought ho was a sheriff Burdcllc derers Minister of Kirk Glasgow I can forgivo all as I hope to befor- I un-Â¬ frivon turning iioi largo blue niim derstand deacon that tho church carWWW toward Heaven as if sho sought Divine pet is being ruined by tho wator drip- Â¬ ping from umbrellas Elder Goodo approval Yes ministor and something has to Now she just looks like the angols Why not havo a rack In I dreamed about said littlo Amos bo done who occupied his time alternately in tho vestibulo and leave tho umbrollas watching tho almost angelic expression thero instead of carrying them to tho soatsP ou his sisters face and those threaten Im afraid it would spoil tho You ing clouds from which thunder occa- Â¬ solemnity of tho benediction Yes ministor every think so sionally growled Oh Helen wo aro going to havo a body would want to bo first out to get storm said Roue wont you como the best ones Why Harry said a lady to a back and stay until it is over Koso thank you wo must small boy who was crying in thoslreot Not no whats tho mattorP Mother go on wo will reach some shelter I whipped mol groanod the boy to fall hope before tho rain begins Cause I foil in tha What for Hut oh I wish you would lot mo vlvor and got wot- Woll dontf I five dollars my hoi you lfMr No I new1 numiner you think you deserved It father gave mo to buy il dont I came purty near fettlitfrT hut wlljyou not tako It Oh not no Korfo I could not said drowned and if I had then wouldnt Helen drawing huwulf away I daro she Horlod her eyes out rm4 juft Ihh not accept charity while I am strong cause I didnt nu I come Iiohm a M4 Xrt and able to wn u livelihood for myself wet she glvoa me a whjpa Mr km time Ill drownad ami and brother Fnrowull lUwu wo will to treat a WWf whint jr always romomber you iu lova -- QTid I w tM ffU m JUHTLNtUD Mtrmx JVv i J S a h y M P rtU f sWi HflNii I w - r jmt HflW U1 i r Hazel Green Herald PUBLISHED BY SPENCER COOPER invito thorn to nml out stop down fr ft- V- V - I H I t f t Ji l I H - about the existence ot iron ore Wo have a SPENCER COOPER Ewtoii in this vicinity specimen from tho farm of Mr S Ii Taulijee which is very MAZEL GREEN KY WEDNESDAY JUNE 29 1S87 rich The point at which it was dug is about seven miles DEMOCRATIC TICKET above llazel Green and on the For Governor y Ii Buckiicr Lieutonant Uovornor Jamon W Uryan proposed line of tho Cincinnati Attorney General P W Ilurdln Southeastern railroad We Auditor Fayette Iluwitt Talr Treasurer arc told that there is an abun ftiipt Public InstructionJos D Pickett fSih orders sent to f T F Day dance of this ore in that neigh- and will have our bent attention JUtgistcr Thou II Corbctt Somite 31th DiHtriot borhood and it is all said to be R M PJEttATT of Morgan failutc hroudcd IcproHontntive For about as rich as the specimen Sculptors hopes inbreak in song JAMES M OLIVRK of Mcnifcc Poet hearts that shown us Whoever is instru- A spark a lambent framo from Heaven REPUBLICAN TICKET mental in building a railroad A strange myhtcrious glow For Governor Wm 0 Bradley into this section therefore be And by death alone tis riven Mat ODoherly Lieu tennnt Govcrnor Attorney General A T Wood Or its glory below he Mr Huntington or some Sot quenched dimmed immortal Treasurer J H Purycar for tis Audftor R D Davis other man he will be richly This rich jewel of the mind Pinlccrton fupt Public ItiBtt tictioit S rewarded for the outlay This And beyond yon shining portul Jcgister T Tinftier Senate 1th Dintrict discovery gives us iron ore Changed purified refined El V BROWN of Morgan coking and cannel coal all in The sculptors mortal dreaming Full perfection shall attain close proximity and why it Mystic marble round him gleaming While many counties itrthis will not pay to erect a furnace Without law or earthly stain ijection of the State arc known erst ignited for the manufacture of iron we Would thcOiiu who electric spark In mans soul the as pauper counties tho peo- fail to see Capitalists of ple of these counties aro not State who see this should the For a brief span leave it lighted inAnd then dark forever dark as poor as Jobs turkey nor vestigate and organize com Are immortal longings given a arc they responsible for the pany for that- purpose The Unto men of mortal birth That their souls may pine in Heaven stigma thus attached to ua people about us arc beginning For the work they loved on earth They pay as much in propor to investigate for indications No the God who gave ambition tion to their worth as people of minerals and cannel coal Unto mortals with his love Will not rob them of fruition of the more favored localities now and we hope soon to re- Following progress up above and it is the fault of the State port other important discover- Hart hath left bis ideal in that they arc not worth more ies His no longer for unbound While other localities have Hid the infinite and the real What he both funds and legis secured The people about here arc Stored withsought for here is found Memorys cherished lation to aid internal improve- disappointed at the action of He held one fine fixed idea booty ment this section has not been Hon W J Taulhek in his ap- To create a thing of beauty able to get funds or legislative pointing another to the cadet Like Pygmalions Galatea Other localities have ship at West Point Young Modeled from no foreign nation help This had State aid in building turn- Lacy defeated all aspirants in Stands white wonder pure and grand a glorious inspiration pikes but never a shovelfull the examination at this place Fioin the women of his land of dirt has been turned to aid and the question is asked If Let the requiems that quiver Through our mourning hearts The fault lies in the mis that was not a competitive ex Iteueh the Arnna elnssic river to day us management of the States amination what was it Mr Winding down iU shining war finances and the complicated CniNE who stood second in Where Cnmpunian breezes render convict question Instead of the examination was awarded Fragrant tribute to the shore lulling the convicts to contrac the appointment and The On whore Koines eternal splendor Rit enthroned forevermorc tors also niuch per diem thtv Herald asks that Mr Taul Where tho toga of her glory should be under State control hee write a letter for publica Wrapped about the seven JiUls and made to do duty upon the tion explaining his action in All tho gloom that clouds her story a purple hilo tills roads of this section Make the matter Young Lacy be OfWithtriumph news eumo stealing bin us turnpikes and the counties ing a citizen of Wolfe it is Out of Florence from afar now in the pauper list will in but rip lit that the citizens of In our Heaven of art revealing A vast ten ycays be returning more his county shall know why his There tirowondrous now fennd star orbs whotc iein dilations revenue than is produced from claims were ignored Aro such distant dots of light Keeping watch at far otfsiatiouis any other part of the State On the border lands of night OUR GREAT SCULPTOR population considered Let Thut were one of them sent dashing tho State treasure r borrow the Jml T Hurt rnld IihIit tho liliw Grass From its dizy azure throne Aim tho Daisies money if it be found necessaFor long einlloKS nges flushing On thp 18th iii9t memorial services T would shine on us erst it shone ry There can be no invest- wore held at Frankfort over tho remains And from arts high heaven thus banished monk that would pay a por Joel T Set to rise on earth no more groat sculptcentum of premium greater or before Hart Kentucky in their final Where our lost plciad vanished depositing them than that to bo derived by the resting place A fine address was deliv- Will its mystic radiance pour improvement of our public ered by Robert Duma Wilson sweet sang our sculptors highways It is a shame that music was discouracd Hon W HI llcck Strangers flowers his tomb waspraises In rare dressed Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ I Subscription - SI a Year Slouty to Ancnmnuny tho Nam There is no longer any doubt Manufacturers of J3est English Steel Circular and Long I iaisaa mmw k iiiisiifi Sibm tasteves wwfc wmmm 1STA1W1S1 AI SO iMaivkh in Files Glimmers Swages Emery Wheels Leather and Gum Belling In orlnimnshtn market on Our Circular Ninvn stnml nt Lh head of tho mul quality their merits of Mol Also a full elasticity of onioi toUBhncsanu Vrniich llnnil Saws In Mock of our own Importation lino of Work SAWS for SPECIALTY LARGE CIRCULAR Prices Send A Trice List with Rest Discounts Iloek Bottom and at fully warranted Htuel Green Kv for new work or 7 Vine Streets CENCiNNATI and 861 Water for repair will be prompt forwaidcd saws SIS Q tons mvilv ITI 8 t 1 1 if Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Said a great man but why afllict the dog if he dont need Yet many persons read an almanac where various disit eases are described and symptoms given that will almost convince a WELL man that he is AWFULLY out of whack and they aro ready to buy Something to Take A diseased liver is the seat of regardless of real JTEEI ToXh of the diseases of the flesh That tired nervous restless feeling that goes to bed with you and ges up as prompt ly as the rooster crowing and sticks closer than a brother tells you that you NEED something to overcome it Anastv aloe coated pill makes you gag to TJ1INK of it You cant IVow listen Wo havent any bear the THOUGHT of it great discovery by Indians but we have a SMALL sugar coated Pellet that the most delicate may take a combination of YECIETAJ3LE remedies the work of one of the best educated Physicians in this country a formulae that we will give any Physician desiring it If you NEED a LIYEK Pill try these CO C Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I PCALVERT air Â¬ It Sold b all Moirhantfc-t3-- s CINCINNATI Q Proprietor- - Â¬ TRIMBLE BROTHERS V4 mm km y Â¬ ft rl n i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MT STEELING ICY Â¬ Â¬ Respectfully Invite the Mountain Merchants to Examine then Stock and i Tiees oeiore purchasing itrtcnwrm ygvTwrtim yCTrtr mm jmar mtfTiM wvTKraun vsrcwr wm Â¬ HAZEL i pa m fvj m 1 msw zm m w bii M Q HBEN KENTUCKY r Â¬ iWhoI esale and Retail Largest Stock imwi i m Â¬ r - v i0 v tr ask that the next Legislature passMaws to turnpike the State passways of this section The burden of taxation will then be more evenly balanced and we can hooour own withoutaid from the bluegrass Think of bhis you law makers and ex- arciso a little common sense your next sitting There room for improvement in thb conduct of State affairs urnloif tho administration of any paVty that really has the interest of the wholo poople at heart and we hope tho next General Assembly will be composed of men who will tJiko an interest in the greatest cood to the greatest number Eastern Kentucky is tho Eldo rado oi tjio world if tho law Â¬ makers will only assist to de Â¬ velop hor resources and un lps hoy make up their minds tyclp so bo they whomsoever y mnjj tho people should Â¬ Â¬ omc scheme similar to this ncr of Winchester spoke for an hour of Rut ncath bluegrass sod and daisies has not been inaugurated long tho life and character of tliG lamontcd Wo have brought him home to rct sjnoe This is not intended Hart and Governor Knott introduced AtAt it conclusion one of Kentuckys torney Gcnerd Wat Hardin who in a most distinguished citizens wan heard to as a lDolitical article for every most finished manner lead tho following remark That last stanza should be one knows neither party has I beautiful poem written for the occasion on tho stay performed its duty in the prem- by Mrs Rosa Vertner Jeffrey of Lexing- engraved all time tomb of Hart toheard Others were there for ises It is tho voice of the ton Grand Supeib to ejaculate people crying aloud in pain at For ft IN MKM01MAM TOUI T HART Fine etc bold and brilliant story iMll II duties unperformed and for Summers symphonies atune i them and in their name we Send n pica flushed with glory Jin f a V a m mjmfflMRm KlUffll a rtHft fiWIVVHO m AnW Â¬ Lowest Prices l Â¬ Â¬ Heavy invoices arriving daily and stacks noon stacks of goods to meet every department of trade Live Stock Country Produce and School j uiaims receivett m trade on notes accounts or merchandise J T 2T DAT nGtf masnsua j bt W JUfiMIKMWSUMWMflTTPlJIWSUilB JI WlTlHUKilJl W MMM Irt - M Jfm - Down the echoing uislcn of Juno While 1 sing of one unaided Save by industry nml will By no moniul task degraded Who toiled bravely onward still auiuuuaoM isj mMti Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in J 61 i With the light of genius burning Like a lamp within his soul Never flinching never turning From a far oft hoped for goal Ancient art high pure and mighty Filled bis brain ere manhood noon Kros Psyche Aphrodite Or the monstrous Lnoeoon And when rough gray blocks were fitted L I the homely structures shone While rare forms about them ilitted Fine and fair ns Iurlen stone For ho thought of Greece nrt hauntcd Crowned with Learnings classic beams And of all the world enchanted Over Milo8 marble dreams Till ho felt a wild fierco yearning With thoxo gifted ones to stund And nil courier models spurning Shaped a womans fragile hand Then a KtaUwyans bead he ftuhtoned So llfo UUtktt Itacems Clays grand iutcllcot ImpiinqKincd Through tho dumb cold marble btreamw Thuit men found his gcnluu uhlnlng Like a pear uruong tho swlno And kimw Its worth cnihrlulng In Fumes esMkct chasto nnd lluo ThU poor gom too often clouded Itoft No 611 Main Street Boots Slices AMD 10 dUeaa which OAllud it uatn li im Dicn un tlrhr inNumlrratood and when worm baro rlilld haa betn laid la tho grave when trot um a holnlnns Mnny ftfnuttlnrl hfl MtHII Irmm Mit tli present itay It la AlIllOill uuiTorknlly acknowln lersMi tbrouglioutneMl allpurtHof thuvorld to be the aot- rnnmy ivo i lUoaa hare txirn vnJJiactulvaiil 0T8r thB unrrt hut their i lort lAM o Ufa itTneiSy exhauMed Mid 11 A iVlhncntncki othor cauw than m and paenv aro moH frcquHilr thci they are Irrltablnand fvrlsli KomctlniM craTlnc food and t atlntr rannSTiii ddrn hmA ni12nJrL fl5P m leP JJ Krlndlnif tha temh tfien bo aurol tfieiTiyrapUHM ar lndlTom of ntUwl f 19 rrrin BPi kMM S ffflSPHf E8TAaUsnKDlK7 Itlsnownenrlyp O year sinfor Worms and from that time Hi tUIamedlolno wb offered remedy co n 9 Summer St Louisville Ky BostonMuss Repreaented Blackburn J L by J G 13 aCly mct delicate itfatfbiTtil uSly S it iwkki 1hy Jlolaim do mit licnlloU to rwcommnd It and tun UIh their Vi prfrVlon from aJlparu of the countrypurjratlTeto lu nnltora ttlfy not r ujpoctlne the15 in nAv It hwf fe to ehllrtran at a af irlren cauia of IV or wonnn weraieiiariiHi uuiimmod ii roiir km1a Oroat caution rout bo uod by oery punham r 10 be hi own Jndjr in one sne and to oxaralne rry bottle ha bny of it uv iiqu 01 and bo ratinot l00k cowy Wld carefully to aeo that tho lultlal aro B mpi FauncstocsraiiirsToca isA tied with nothlnc rNn Ncw rnxuy nowAtto Co Mo OivunnviTft ITd Mmim J E Sohwaru A Co ntMntrg Pa OitttloHcnl have uwd omo of that mot excellent Ttavlns vjied the orieinal U A Eahneock Vt rnil fupe in my practice for many yar I haTnolie riMoouT ji j rauneaioK 4 verrruiiipeRna fonnit It to have the deelriHl effect I think jour vermlfue can tanoy JnrfeomincndlneUfti rmedy vhlch l cr not aieiy oeaiiipenMKj with in anr lamllr rtllabU and ffWcnf In alt where a Verralfuw U J WnUBDHlDKD nsedod Tims 11 niNnv 11 n wv 1 BtnrcAnvii rft CO SOUWAUTZ A FahnsBtockA Co riUSDuTg ift WW tTOpneurS b cri iii uitnuiurii iuiiiiu w uv un the u oAll rd tpmMir from VEffS miFUGE roi flfl o8r Wn5 rcallr been thocauso Ithas boen prorod bnrond call that WBITIH nni ivnnrMiir i ho aro morn conntamly rMnavrfili viiSS E 0- JK tli ce DunlapJJ H DunlapW Harrett DUNLAP WHOLESALE Maimfaoturcra BR01C0 j of Saurr c PKALKI13 IN 11011 a ntmvi -- eWeAM B - SWANCO diai Kit JL2i in - GENERAL MERCHANDISE HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY KKKM CONSTANTLY ON HAND A Saddlery Harness Aril WlL AUtOUTKKNT OF SADDLERY HARDWARE 728 and 730 W Main St LOUISVILLliJ KY A Staplo and Fancy Dry Goods Roady mad Clothing Hat Cnp RootN Shoos Qsonswars Tlnwaro Hardwara Tabla nnd Pookot Cutlory Crooar- DOlTOM uiuoij WHknowH too ai RepresuUd br NUNNKLIY m IWCF i K1H04 91 v r r iaii jS j 4tm gt 9 FJIWV V z1 T fc fV- - MMH 4 - - - HE a SEBALD in the mountains Kwlern Kentucky than uny paper Inth and uiertdiunts and others wshlng to Jwurc the trada of Kantcrn Kontnckv will find it TI1K HRST AIVIRTIRING MEDIUM jPiSTTrausiont ndvertirtcmcut Co West Young Winn Â¬ 1nan larger ireulatlon Advertising Roto3 AI 5 00 insertion J25 inch ouch subsequent insertion fa- conH nn cents tin liuh for 7ft 1 inches voarJlftOO Inch Jimdies 1 vcir 900 5 inches lvenr 1750 G inches 1 your 1000 1 year 1200 i incite sa SncciRlnitus on larger advertisements local notices 5c a line with ft per cent oft 1 1 1 TA N J I NO ycarS V JMtTIHKM ISNTK foY butes of respect and obituaries o cents a ihre 350 Announcements of candidates for State or District otliocs 10 County offices x- calls on nervous to become candidates nnd their answois 5 cents a line Payable invariably in advance SPI3NCKR HOOPER nrmnHiww long time 2BLtrMnrnqe and death notices free tri Â¬ Dissolution Notice The partnership heretofore existing be Hack in the publication of tween Cooper is dissolved by mutual conTiieIIbkald sent Mr Hack retiring Â¬ Dr J B Tatilbfic of this place has Just ratt House tooftivod notioo of his uppointment as phys C W Ilnrton Niokcll vlllc Vn Manufacturer of ician at Navajo Arizona and has made up Geo M Gilchrist Vinton lown hi mind to accept It was an unexpected Bert Jf Gilchrist r thrust upon him and he is therefore W W IUngo Menifee county t io prouder of his preferment This is n Harry Baldwin New York lucrative position and the climate to which Olllo llichart Mt Sterling lie goes is one of the best afforded hy our G J DeArniond Phlludolphla Tn country Tho doctor was just laboring tin J K Christian Kzcl AND VBAtKIl IK uci an uttnuk of Western fever and his ap mmam lrU HH IllM f4L2a IWmB The advertisement of the State Collcgo of pointment is in the nicko time Doctor Kentucky appears in this issue of our yaper Tnulbcc is one of the best physicians in Eastern Kentucky and the Department Is This excellent institution under tho nrtinnge WINCHESTER KY to be congratulated for its wisdom in select- Â¬ ment of Prof James K Putterson grows ing him He will go from us with the re- bigger better and stronger each year They gret of nil at his loss to our community but had 297 students Inat year and expect a much In all ure glad that he has been so fortunate larger number next term which begins Sepall Those he has raised from tho dead as it tember 1 lth 1SS7 were will deplore his departure above all W T Burns of Sharpsburg nnd L A HAZEL 1UEEX KY are Sole Agents for Eastern Kentucky T X IV I HA others and their name being legion this Sopor of Little Bock Ky are lcgistered at O HI AV T UIV 1 for kKBUS UOLLEU MILL FLOUR and enrry a largo sup speaks volumes in his favor as a faithful the Swango springs for the season ply ot the lolloping brnnds IKRKronov IV neat lixtract VHTK lKAUL iatentitoucr SIaonoma Holler Fancy Sliviu Laku Boiler Family Gloijk Superfine upon which practitioner We will miss him and miss a0 Cm they will quote prices and deliver at Hazel Green or Rothwell Station the news that he has furnished us from time to time but along with his other friends wo EIGHTEEN wish him and his the greatest success in PHOFESSORSi their new home lie has promised Tiru WITH AND- HiiiAiia chunk of silver if he finds it in INSTItUOTORS Arizona Agricultural nnd Iloohunicnl Scientific Knjjlnecrlne CItinfttcnl Normal School The following are tho registers at iho Pic Smith P wj KevfSi -- - J w Â¬ MmmmmmmlmWmWwmm raMK Stito Itons 1 Best Crados of Full Grain Feed Guarantee c Â¬ Â¬ tion at times Satlfc Grade and Prices V H J CLARKE ate Collie BiwtEfi Our Mr Back having decided to enter the Virion Theological Seminary and renew the prosecution of his studies for the ministry has severed Iris connection with Thk llrKAID All parlies owing subscription through Mr Hack are requested to remit amc to him at Jackson Ivy SURmEKT TOWH AND GOUKTY NEWS Â¬ Mary Murphy of Morgan is visiting Miss Hcllc Adams of this place Miss I will buy some fat two and three year II F Pibkatt old cattle at fair prices Coldiron has been improving since our last issue and she is now much hotter Mr When Dr Taulbeo goes West to physio tho young papooses what will his patrons hero do Tabor lliugo are now running a daily hack from Rothwell to this plaoo For particulars sen small bills Â¬ samples of wucni i raised irom seen received irom tne agricultural department of Kentucky thro Hon I S Godsey I did not get tin- name as it was misplaced in coming I received a small package the 0th of October 1880 I will have about five bushels of this sample which was sown late and on poor ground I will give it a fair chance this year What kind of wheat do vou cull it IX G Bosk The heads of these samples measure five inches on an average and arc very full As to the kind of wheat it is ivc do not know but well venture the assertion that it is the same kind millers make flour of It has a beard on it like n man Any other information you want Bob old 1el in this wheat bye and bye just cnll on 113 old boy and you shall have it Give our love to the citizens about Lee City induce more of cm to take Tin Hkrud tell Andy Linden Jr howdy and shako hands with Clav Kohc I send you Â¬ Dbak HniiAU Wo Always Know Lki City Ky June 23 kwmm MiPjlTI 637 military Tactics Gotniuorclul unrt Vreimrntory Courses ot Study je20i2ni COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION Fall term hegins Srpt M 1837 For CATALOGUE and other information address JLiVJUJS K rATTKltSON IMi Lexington Kontuclty - HP West Main Street afily le ps Fan FORSALB As my whole time is occiiicd with other duties I oiler for sale at private contract my farm LOUIS STIX CO WHOLESALE DEALERS IN LOUISVILLE BMKKLEY iiaiiks in 4 sflssiiH AND GRU13BS Containing 145 Acres t0 Â¬ STOVES TIN PLATE SHEET 3ROS They Dont Toll tho Truth Wir correspondents from Rowan county Â¬ Tinners Stock Mantels Etc And Manufacturers of who are trying to paint all the Toliver famJos Catron of Pomroyton paid our town ily as demons arc requested to delist In Plain Stamped and Japanned Tinware a Hying visit Mondiv and renewed his swb this county lives Daniel Toliver who is an GG2 Mai scription to Tire PnRAM Morindustrious ind inoffensive citien In and 201 to 209 7th St gan county and only about eight miles disMuoh of our space i devoted to mi nc KY aO Uii of tlft fight tit Morohead last Wednes tant lives Win Toliver a merchant ami we count WS venture the assertion that Morgan county day and its deplorable results KORGE K TUCK docs not contain a more law abiding and Louisville Ky with Mrs Mary Nickoll the accomplished lady better citizen Andy Toliver wounded in of Ezel is visiting relatives and the fight at Morchend is a son of the latter GREEN HUFFAKER teacher CO friends at this place for u week or so gcntlmnans and stands well in the estima Corner Pearl and ViiigspV Wholfmlr Dealers in tion of all who know him Tho two former AUD If yon have a pfrcc of land or a town lot are brothers of Craig killed in last Wed CliSTCJiSATI O to well erll on or address CoopkiiA Khun Clfi WMain SMoriSVIILE KY nesdays fight tit Morehead Will always bo found ready to attend fo the Invites you to cnll and hje liiia whun you don Ileal Kstate Agents Hazel Greeu Ky wants of the patrons of tho hrtuio Thank- iiit the ritv fill for pHsfc patronage yon nio iiHitcdto He Know It Was Loaded Two baso ball nines huve been organized chU iiutl see us when in the city nnd ttoelo A young man by the name of lilihii Bid MAYTOWN KENTFCKY Mm Innt promises to put on hi host good in this place and tlioy pluy a gamo ovcry TTT A WORD till county m ho Ima been living die from looks when waiting upon you uO om afternoon The score last Satur Saturday at Senator Taulbccs for several months on Gr OL 21 to 17 day ttood last Thursday loaded a rifle gun to kill a G H Bean Kiio Pollard Q ludgoTohn E Cooper vrus the gucut of crow H charged it with eleven inches of House at this pltue lunt Sunday powder and then discharged it The result the Day Doio prouitly and in workmanlike man Importer and Wholesale Dcnlcra iit night and left tor Jackson Circuit Court on wus that ho did not kill the crow but burst 2ARNESS AMD COLLASS ner ed the barrel of the gun turning the inside Monday morning 707 70 A 711 W MAIN STREET out and succeeded in burning ouo of hi LOUIKVILLK KY A Mr Fox son of C B Fox of Winchis-ti-- r eyes entirely out and greatly impairing the the Swango Houao and sight of the other is registered at What fools tliese mor R TUKXKIJ luturi ting in the sweets of thai liquid ton- tals be RiS For s alu cheap for cash Come lIoudunrtir4 Mt Sterling Ky ic Swango water Jy W RANKER and SiMi We nclniowledi the reccit of rn exceed iirirsisTio e22tm Milniijfer Kcuton Swango hud two very severe spells ingly handsome invitation and ticket of adv Co TT on Sunday last and fears were ontertained mission to the anniversary celehraifon ol Wholesale Dealer in tint ho would not survive them But on the Knights of Honor which will be held All person wanting blacksmithing of any in Louisville on tomorrow and very much Monday he was better or nil kinds wagons made or repaitcd bug Nor Hi west corner Pearl and 015 W Main St LOUISVILLE KY regret our inability to attend The celebra gies spring wagons plows stocked cutting We inadvertently failed to publish the tion will consist of a parade juhilee speech Will beat Mt Sterling every County Court colters turning plows repaired plows made nrrivuls at tno Day House in lostlsme but es and tte streets will be illuminated on the ami laid hoe- - mattocks and horses shod iniTibe8TBtvlP7Tillnn week there wcro twenty J for tho preceding night of 30th inst The lodges of Now Albany aO 6m TYLER it DAVIS Hand Green Ky u ihutplute eion registered aivi JofloisinviV Jnd ain1 of Louisville Henry Picratt has commenced molding will all take part MT STERLING KY RIGHARD HANKS brick nd is molding at the rate of five GO The Hoard of Examiners for NoTItTn thousand per day Thos e who have seen U one couniv win meet at naze l urcen oiH p AUTISTIC 4 them inform us that they nc very nice in the second Faturdiv in July and at Camp deed y ton on the third and fourth Saturdays in X M BIGSTAFF President bd Charley Howe the ubiquitous and hand Julv for the purpose of examining appli W W THOMSON Cnohicr All who de sonic sample handler lor Trimbio Bros Mt cant for tcaehcrV certificate1 PAKERS Sterling was here twice last week the gwst sire to teach will please take notice of time DIRECTORS HAZEL GREEN KY uf the Day House He left on Sunday to and place and he ready as there will posiTajics Ckohx Andriw Filler Are prepared to make to ched smiles and show samples at West Lib tively he no examinations made on other in a Biiperior John M Kokk than the dtys noted hort notice LudicH othtc places erty and Dr 11 R Drake J T Highland Hlyle and on nnd Hoots in lateit and iiuuU Fine Khoet iitylcs ond County Bupt Schools 17 mnMly llepairiug will receive of best material Dick and Sam Henry Wilson two of our prompt attention and prices on all work be The following arc the registers at the Day to be mnd Cut tliM out most enterprising farmers were in town sec uh nnd return to us and wo will reasonable Cull nnd CUMMINS Monday They told us that there is abso House SON end you free omethnfr off ap271y 7 I Burk Louisa lutely no honey to be hud Hive hereto grcutvunin ana importance to you that will Irving Hnlicy Covirgton fore producing well arc now barren What start you in buiim ius which will bring you I W Mnpel Wolfe county in more monev right away than anything cause this honey famine n6ly Anyone cun do the work else in the world C W Howe Mt Sterling AT and live at home Either tscx ullage Some from this iaic we shall Bear in mind that John E Cooper tiling new thut just coinn money for ull drop all subscribers who have Rot paid us J L llomar workers We will Ntart you capital not given Joseph Catron Pomroyton for renewal Fair warning has been I have just opened a FItTSII STOCK of needed Thin ii oncof the genuine important ohunces of u lifetime Thoc who are Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealors lu and no one can blame us It takes money The Wolfe County Court at its lust June ambitious nnd cnterpriying will not delay those who like the paper to buy paper and Auuren uuuk A CO before the sec Â¬ urnna ouint irec Boys apd must furnish ma dollar towards printing term appointed Thursdays AugUHtn Maine purchased in Cincinnati which includes ond Mondays in FebruarrMuy August and eveiything usually found in n firt claM It Sf they get it live at home and make more country store and will SKLL AH LOW AH November as tho regular term days of the money at work for uh than at now doing a good Hnrel Green Police Court for the trial of Both our hotels are clue in the world Capital AXYHVD exchange Country Wc ny our because although civil snlts The jurisdiction la tho koine an not needed you arnntarted frr business llolh Hex goodn and prodnuo taken in the publlofor la tho patronage of thorn wc cat so thut of a justice of tho peace Any one cun do the work renuectfully solicited etc all hlim w frequently dine with Largo earning auro from first start CoHtlyl ALKXAKDKR us TOLLIVKR will bo iay little that they never think of charging ucttcr not aeiay salesman I have the exclusive sale In Wolfo and ouuit anu uirmn iree la such that both have translont travel The Coat you nothing to send yotirnddrcM Aaking nn Inspection of my rood and tho hotels arc doing surrounding countirs ol the Kolipsn Sewing ana una out u you uro wmn uiyou win do no n pond custom and when Ac Machine It has no cqunt Dont buy un tttoiee II IlAMtrr A Co iorlnnd Me prluen I remain roupuctfully TOMJVKR 1 WM well it if nn Indication thatbuiincBcnal Vine Street til you hnvo scrn It You will find that Hll Is looking p thuohoapeitt and best TUQOLK Uolc headed S J Faww Hooncvllle AVITII A wcful peruwUf the Traveling Kale sman 1 JvnJ0 our Jeole tut Untlii ou fiOly nvalllng they m nuklnn mUUk l -- fCST a IS THK PUCK TO liBV oOared by JOURKKI Ol Cp J I onw of Mt Sterling of Un ftdvanUgoi lhomolvn jtueetof the Day Houia UttHundKy night V Clooks It lTttcl lren Academy Vropcrly conduct On Monday morning h Uckled tho finny MHftf tiMMSSMi KvpftlrlHg m Hf oclnltjr would douhlkwojieraU il thai iMlllullon 4 W WWTT IKARIi UTRKKT 95 In tribe of Uf Klvwr without ncomw and at CVwf wrk warranted m Hi rndowed InHHutloni ipoke n of Um lift Uf Wm I4Wrl on 09n iM MllcJt to wUJi wt r Wjt Stiiit Â¬ Â¬ LOUISVILLE Â¬ G or if desired will ndd 03 acres more to it Said farm is shunted in Clark county Ky i miles east of Winchester on the C Railroad There is a flag station at tho lot THIRD RACE UNION STREETS gate 1H yards from tho house and a side track about i00 yards below the lot gate There is a comfortable dwelling house good tobacco barn stock bam and other build- aflly ings upon the place Two good ponds and several springs furnish water for all pur TAMES P PANT poses About Lfl acres is virgin soil nnd WITH THK except 20 acres none of the place has been cultivated for 20 vears It in one of the REST UKASS FARMS IX CLARK and there it enough timber on if to feneo it for or I will sell it nt u bargain 20 j cars Any one wishing to purchiw u good and cheap liniiie in Clark will do w ell to call and ex amine this farm before purchasing elsO DI5AI1UIS lN whoie For further particulars address C H FOX Winchester Kv or SPENCER COOPER Ututl GreenKv jcHim NOTIONS Cincinnati J turn i Â¬ 1 Old Reliable Hat House -- Â¬ DIGKINSON C0 Gloves Umbrellas to Â¬ Â¬ BOOTS SHOES llfpfnw Mill 70 Vluj LIJWll iVlill uu fPn Â¬ Harbison SADDLERY Qathright GARIIN rinding and Sawing -- a Â¬ Â¬ JOE Elour Meal Feed and Lumber Queensware Glassware Lamps YfulimtSlrcets c Â¬ Green Huffakr BOOTS AND SHOES If OTIC iJecorated Dinner Tea and Chamber Ware CINQINNATI Â¬ Â¬ llfiTERSlEPfSOlIT Oummms Son Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mnjfl oinl wwwt mmm t mwj WHOLESALE Â¬ Â¬ tlr 1 Â¬ MONEY No 29 Vine Street -- 4 NEW - STORE GOODWINS CHAPEL CINCINNATI Â¬ Abe Bloch- Cot General Merchandise Mens Youths L Mean Childrens 4i CLOTHING Gincinnnti 1 3 19 nt F G Ringgold JK 0o Wtahiif Jewelry fr reokU ni Boots and Slices rsr RVlMlllfMf K - -- JgflKPy l TmTTwMgr CZJ irJiii- - nmmmmimaMmmmmmiimMMimammimmmmrimmKmmmmmKm-ammmmimMinmmmrimx- - i JCM TALMAGES lsr sermon To tho Offloors and Soldlora of the National Eucatupmont The Horrors or War Contrasted With tho Furthor and Kurthor Trout Sectional Strife V -- Pursuits or Ponco Our Country Floating r- - ay it Washington Soldlora of tho National Drill llstonod this afternoon to a aormon by Row T DoWltt Talmago D D Tr Talmutroa toxta wore takon from I Fifty thousand which Cbronlclqa xli 33 and Judges xx 15 could koop rank 4Kvory ono could sling atonoa at a hairÂ¬ Tho proachor breadth uud not miss aaid qompanlCB of infantry cavalry nrtil lory and zouavoa ploaso notlco tho first Scripturo paasago applauds tho soldlora of Kobulun bocauso thoy woro Thoy may havo disciplined troops at tho Btart and beon inofflclont laughed at by old soldiers becauao thoy scomod so clumsy in tho lino but it was drill drill drill until thoy could Fifty thousand koop stop as ono man Tho second Which could koop rank Scripturo passago applauds a roglmout of ellngors in tho trlbo of Bonjamiu becauao When thoy aro doxtorous marksmon thoy first onlistod thoy may havo bcon an awkward squad and all thoir lingers wero thumbs but thoy practiced until whon thoy aimod at a mark thoy always hit It Every ono could sling stones at a hairÂ¬ Both texts com breadth and not miss blnina to show that if wo must fight wo should do it well Thoro is something absorbing in tho military scionco of tho Bible In olden times all tho mon botwoon twenty aud Jlfty years of ago wcro enrolled In tho army and thon a levy was mado for a special service Thoro woro only throo or four classes oxompt thoso who had built n houso and had not occupied It thoso who had planted a gardou and had not reaped tho fruit of it thoso whowero en Â¬ gaged to bo married and yot had not led tho brido to tho altar thoso who woro yot In tho first year of wedded Hfo thoso who woro so norvous that thoy could not look upon an cnomy but thoy fled and could not look upon blood but they Â¬ w K M ft tho contor and right and loft wings Tho weapons of dofonso woro helmet shield broaHt plato buckler Tho weapons of of- Â¬ fense woro sword spear javolin arrow catapult which was moroly a bow swung by machinery shooting arrows at vast dis- Â¬ tances groat arrows ono arrow as largo as govoral mon could lift and ballista which was a Bllng swung by mnchlnory Ihurllng groat rocks nnd largo pieces of lead to vast distances Tho shields woro mado of wovon willow work with threo tbicknossoB of hldo nnd a loop lnsldo through which tho nrm of tho warrior might bo thruBt and wbon thoso soldiers woro marching to attack an onomy on tho lovol all thoso shiolds touched each other making a wall mov Â¬ ing but Impenotrablo and thon whon thoy attacked a fortross and tried to capturo a battlomout this ahlold was lifted ovor tho head bo ns to resist tho falling mlsallca Tho broast plato was mado ot two pieces of loathor brass covered oho pleco falling ovor tho breast tho othor falling ovor tho back At tho sldo of tho warrior tho two piccos fastened with buttons or clasps Tho bows woro so stout and stiff and strong that warriors of ton challenged each othor to bond ono Tho strings of tho bow woro mado from tho sinews of oxon A case llko an invortod pyramid was faston ed to tho back that enso containing tho ar- Â¬ rows so that whon tho warrior wanted to U80 an arrow ho would put his arm ovor his Bhouldor and pull forth tho arrow for tho fight Tho anklo of tho foot had an iron boot When a wall was to bo as saulted a battorlng ram was brought up A battorlng ram was a great boam Bwung on chains In equilibrium Tho battering ram would bo brought closo up to tho wall and thon a great number of mon would tako hold of this boam push It back as far as thoy could and thon lot go aud tho beam bo cuuioagreut awlngiug pendulum of de- Â¬ struction Twenty or forty mon would stand In a movable towor on tho back of an olephaut tho olophaut mado drunk with wlno nnd then heudod toward tho onomy nnd what with tho heavy foot and tho swinging pro- Â¬ boscis and tho poisoned arrows shot from tho movaulo towor tho destruction was appalling War chariots woro in vogue thoy and wore on two wheels so thoy could easily turn A sword waa fastened to tho polo bo Â¬ twoon tho horses ao whon they wont ahead tho aword thrust and whon thoy turned around it would mow down Tho armies carried flags boautlfully erabrold orocl Triboof Judah carrlod a flageni Tjroldorod with a Hon Triboof Reuben cmbroldorod with a man Trlbo of Dan ombroidorod with a chorublm Tho nolso of tho host as thoy moved on was over Â¬ whelming What with tho clatter of whlolda and tho rumbling of whools and tho shouts of tho captains and tho vocif Â¬ eration of tho ontlro host tho prophet ays it was llko tho roaring of tho aoa Bocauso tho arts of war havo bcon advaaclng all thoso yoars you uro not to conclude that theso annlea of oldon tlmos wore an uncontrollablo mob I could quota you four or flvo pasaagos of Scrip- Â¬ ture showlag 70U that thoy woro thor oughly drilled Thoy marchod stop by top ahouldor to Bhouldor or as my toxt oxprossos It thoy woro Hfty thousand which could koop rank and every ono could sling tstonos st a hair breadth and Â¬ -- Tainted Tho army was in thrco divisions iwt ml tfck AiMMMTft oeutd Mora Important than Ua frat National Kacauipmont thota drill trope ch a evar stand before YrUemw drilled A a Uhw whoa otker mm jivUif auck cam to military lifttoi bkmvw tkU xaUcm to lack N1hic f tlkm am tmr Mmm ttU Krtk wi wU Mver havri wvk The old decayod bono of contonnon American slavery has beon enst out ol- inougn noro and tuoro u doprnved politician takes it up to sea if ha can gnaw Bomothlng off of it Wo aro floating off furthor and further from tho possibility of sectional atrifo but about foroign inva- Â¬ sion Inmnotsosuro There Is absolutely no room on this continont for any othor na- Â¬ tion I havo boon across tho country again and ugaln and I know tiat wo havo not an half Inch of ground for tho gouty foot of foroign dospotism to stand on I do not know but that a half ddzen nations onvious of our prosporlty muy want to give us a wrcstlo During our civil war thoro woro two or throo nations that could hardly kcop their hands off of us It is vory easy to pick nntlonal quarrols and if our nation escapes it much longor it will bo tho exception If u foreign foo should como wo want men llko thoso of 1313 and liko thoso who fought on both sides in 1353 Wo want them all up and and down tho coast Pulaski Fort Sumter In tho samo chorus of thun- Â¬ der as Fort La fay otto and Fort Hamilton mon who will not only know how to light but how to dio Whon such a timo comes if it ovor docs come tho generations on tho stage of action will say My country will caro for my family as thoy did in tho sol diors asylums for tho orphans in tho civil war and my country will honor my dust as It honors thoso who preceded mo in patriotic sncrlfico and onco a year at any rato on Decoration Day I shall bo resur- Â¬ rected into tho remombranco of thoso for whom I died Hero I go for God and my country If foreign foo should ovor come all sectional animosities would bo obliterated Hero go our regiments into tho battle side by side Fifteenth Now York Volunteers Tenth Alabama Cavalry Fourteenth Pennsylvania Riflemen Tenth Massachusetts Artillery Sovcnth South Carolina Sharp Shootors I havo no faith No North no South no East in tho cry no West Let all four sections kcop thoir peculiarities und their preferences each doing its own work and not interfering with each other each of tho four carrying its part in tho great harmony tho bass tho alto tho tonor tho soprano in tho grand march of tho Union I congratulato you Jho officers und soldiers of this National Encampment that If a foroign attack should at any timo bo made you would bo ready and thoro would bo millions of tho drilled mon of tho North and South liko tho men of my first text which could keep rank and like tho men of my second text that would not miss a hnir breadth At this National Drill whon thlrty ono States of tho Union aro represented and botwoon tho docorations of tho graves of tho Southern dead which took placo a fow days ago and tho decorations of tho graves of tho Northern dead which shall tako placo to morrow I would stir tho Christian patriotism and gratitudo notonly of this soldiery hero present but of all tho pooplo by putting boforo them tho diffor onco between theso tlmos whon tho soldiers of all sections moot In peace nnd tho times whon thoy mot in contest Contrast tho fooling of sectional bitterness in 18M with tho Tooling of sectional unity in l3f At tho first date tho South had banlshod tho National air Tho Star spangled Banner and tho North hod banlshod tho popular air of Way Down South In Dlxio Tho Northern peoplo woro mud- Â¬ sills and tho Southern peoplo woro whlto trash Tho more Southorn pooplo woro killed In battlo tho bettor tho Northern peoplo liked it Tho more Northern peoplo woro klllod In battlo tho hotter tho South liked it For four years tho hoad of Abraham Lincoln or Jofforson Davis would have been worth n million dollars if delivered on cither side of tho lino No need now standing In our pulpits and platforms of saying that tho north and south did not hato each othor To estimate how vory dearly they loved each other count up tho bombsholls that woro hurled and tho carbines that woro loaded and tho cavalry horses that woro mounted north nnd south facing each othor all armed in the attempt to kill Tho two sections not only marshaled all their earthly hostilities but tried to reach up and get hold of the sword of Heaven nnd tho prayor of tho Northern and Southorn pulpits gave morn information to tho Heavens about tho best modo of settling this trouble than was over used For four years both sides tried to get hold of tho Lords thunderbolts but could not qulto rouch thorn At tho breaking out of tho war wo had not for months honrd of my dear undo Samuel J Tal- Â¬ mago president of tho Oglothorpo Uni- Â¬ versity in Georgia Ho was about tho grandest man I ever know and as good as good could bo Tho first wo heard of him was his opening prayer in tho Confeder- Â¬ ate Congross in Richmond which was re Â¬ ported in tho Now York papers which prayer if answered would to say tho least havo left all his Northorn relatives In vory uncomfortable circumstances Tho ministry at tho North prayod ono way and tho ministry at tho South prayed tho othor way No uao in hiding tho fact that tho North and tho South cursed each othor with a withering and all consuming curse Besido that antipathy of war timo I placo tho completo accord of this time Not long ago a mooting in New York was hold to rulso money to build a Homo nt Richmond for crippled Confederate sol dlors tho mooting was presided ovor by a man who lost an nrm and a log In fighting on tho Northern side und tho log no lost so hurt that it does not amount to much Tho Cotton Exhibition hold not long ago at Atlanta was attondod by tons of thousandsof Northorn pooplo and by Gon oral Sherman who was greeted with kind Â¬ ness as though they had never seen him boforo At tho New Orleans Exhibition hold two yoars ago every Northorn Htnto was represented A thousand fold kind llor fooling nftor tho war than boforo tho war No mora use of gunpowder In this country except for rltlo pruotlco or Fourth of July pyrotechnics or u shot nt a roobuok HrlgHdtar UououU in tho Adirondack lu tho Bouthorn Confederacy making their fortune iu lawyer lu Uio northern ellW liver of Ueorylu AUbww uud I I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ North Carolina turning mills of Now Eng- Â¬ land capital ts Tho old lions of war Fort Sumtor aud Moultrlo and Lafayotto and Pickens nnd Hamilton sound aslcop on their iron paws and instead of raising mouey to keep cnomles out of Now York harbor raising money for tho Bartholdl statuo ou Bcdlooa Island figuro of Lib- Â¬ erty with uplifted torch to light tho way to all who want to como In Instead of war nutlpathios whon you could not cross tho lino botwoon tho contestants without lighting your way with keen stool or getting through by passes carefully scrutinized at ovory stop by bayonots you need only a railroad ticket from Now York to Charleston or Now Orleans to go clear through and there is no uso for any woapon sharper or strongor than a stool pen Slnco tho years of timo began to roll has thoro over been in about two decades such an overmastering antithesis as botween tho war timo of comploto bitterness and this timo of complete sympathy Contrast also tho domestlo llfo of thoso tlmos with tho domestic life of theso tlmos Many of you aro cither leaving homo or far away from it communicating by un- Â¬ certain letter What a morning that was when you loft homo I Father and mother crying sisters crying you smiling outsldo but crying insido Every body norvous uud excited Boys of tho bluo and gray I wiiothor you started from tho banks of tho Hudson or tho Savannah or tho An- Â¬ droscoggin dont you remember tho scenes at the front door at tho rail car win- Â¬ dow ou tho steamboat landing Tho huzza could not drown out tho suppressed sadness Dont you remember thoso charges to writo homo often and tako Ifood caro of yourself bo good boys and tho good by kiss which thoy thought and you thouglit might bo forever Then tho homesickness as you paced tho river bank on a star light night on picket duty and tho sly tears which you wined oft when you heard a group at tho camp fire singing tho plantation song about tho old Tho dinner of hardtack folks at home on Thanksgiving Day and tho Christmas without any presents and tho long nights in tho hospital so different from the sicklier wl i vr worn at homo with mother nnd sistor at tho bedside and tho clock In tho hall giving tho exact moment for tho medicine and that forced march whon your logs ached and raoro than all your heart ached Homesick Â¬ ness which had in it a suffocation und a pang worso than death You never got hardened as did tho guardsman in tho Crimean war who heartlessly wrote homo to his mother I do not want to see any moro crying lettors como to tho Crimea from you Thoso I havo received I put into my rifle after loading it and havo fired them at tho Russians because you appear to havo a strong disliko of them If you havo seen as many killed as I havo you would not havo as many weak ideas as you now have You never felt liko that When a soldiers knapsack was found after his death in tho American war there was generally a careful package containing a Bible a few photographs and letters from homo On tho other haud tens of thousands of homes Waited for new3 Parents saying Twenty thousand killed I wonder if our boy was among thorn Fainting dead away in post offices and tolograph stations Both tho ears of God filled with the sobs and agonies of kindred waiting for new3 or dropping under tho announce- Â¬ ment of bad news Spenk swamps of tho Chickahominy and midnight lagoons and fire rafts of tho Mississippi and gunboats boforo Vicksburg and woods of and toll to all tho moun- Â¬ Antictam tains and valleys and rivers and lakes of North and South jeremiads of war times that havo never been syllabled Besido that domestic perturbation and homo sickness of thoso days put tho sweet domesticity of to day Tho only camp fire you now ever sit at Is tho ono kindled in stovo or furnaco or hearth Instead of a half ration of salt pork a re Â¬ past luxuriant because partaken of by lov- Â¬ ing family circle and in secret confidences Oh now I seo who thoso lettors woro for tho lettors you tho young soldier took so long in your tout to write and that you wero so particular to put in tho mall without any ono seeing you lest you bo toased by your comrades God spareu you to got back and though tho old peoplo havo gone you have a homo of your own construction and you often contrast thoso awful absences and filial nnd brotherly and loverly heartbreaks with your present rosidenco which Is tho doarost placo you will find this sido of Heaven Tho place whoro your children woro born Is tho placo whoro you want to dlo To wrlto tho figures of 1S02 1 sot up four crystals crystals of tears To writo tho figures of 1S37 I stand up four members of your household figures of rosy cheeks and flaxen hair If I can get them to stand still long enough Contrast also tho religious opportunities of twenty yoars ago with now Ofton on tho march from Sunday morn till night or commanded by otficcrs who considered tho names of God and Christ of no uso except to swoor by Some- Â¬ times tho drum head tho pulpit and you standing in boat or cold all tho surround- Â¬ ings of military llfo having a tondency to mako you reckless No privacy for prayor or Bible reading No sound of church bells Sabbaths spent far away from tho placo whore you woro brought up Now tho choicest sanctunrios ousy pew all Christian surroundings tho air full of God and Christ and Heaven und doxology Threo mountains lifting them selves luto tho holy light Mount Slnal thundering Its law Mount Calvary plead Â¬ ing the sacrifice Mount Pisgah displaying tho promlsod land Contrast of national condition 1SIV2 Bpending mouey by tho millions indavaa ttlon of property ami llfo 1SS7 tho finances so reconstructed thatall tho stock gamblers of Wall atreot combined cun not make u national panic iii surgoons of tho land sotting broken bonos and ampu tAtlng gangrened limbs nnd studying uu shot fracture und Inventing oaiy nmbu luueoa for tho wouudod und dying lck7 aurgoous giving thole attention to tlioao lu casualty of nyriculturo of Ot wochunlcal llfot the voHwiro Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tho Crusades tho ono hundred and eighty million fallen In the wars with Saracens and Turks the thirty five billion men esti mated to havo fallen in battlo enough according to one statistician if they stood four abreast to reach clear around tho earth 443 times But wo shall havo timo to seo thorn pass In review boforo tho throne of judgment Tho cavalrymen the artillerymen tho spearmen tho infantry tho sharpshoot ors tho gunners tho sappor3 tho miners the archers tho skirmishers mon of all colors of all opaulets of all stand ards of all weaponry of nil countries Lot tho earth bo especially balanced to boar their tread Forward Forward Lot tho orchestra of tho heavenly galleries play tho grand march joined by all the fifors drummers and military bands that ever sounded victory or defeat at Eylau or Borodino Marathon or Ther mopylae Bunker Hill or Yorktown Sol- forino or Balaclava Sedan or Gettysburg from the timo when Joshua halted astron omy above Gideon and Ajalon till tho last man surrendered to Garnet Wolsoloy al Â¬ SCHOOL AND CHURCH rushing of the nmbulanco through our stroots not suggesting battlo but Tho Moody Birthdny Endowmont relief of somo ono fallen In peaceful Indus- Â¬ Fund for the schools tit Northflcld is tries ISttJ thlrty llvo million inhabitants growingslowly toward tho dcslrod limit lSiT sixty millions 1S03 in this laud eighty mllliou bushels 1337 of 10000 wheat about tho wheat will bo about live hundred mil- Â¬ A llttlo girl in the primary school lion bushels 1S03 Pacific coast flvo weoks wjus asked to tell the ditlbrcnoo between from tho Atlantic 1S37 for threo reasons tho words Sho foot foot nnd Union Pacific Southorn Pacific and said Ono feet is a foot nnd a wholo Northern Pacific only seven days across Bazar Look at tho long lino of churches univer- Â¬ lot of foots is a feet Tho Presbyterian Synod of India i3 sities asylums aud housos with which during tho last fow years this land has composed of iivo presbytorios fifty beon decorated four ministers eighteon candidates Living soldlora of tho North and South twenty eight churches 712 communi- Â¬ tako now and special ordination at this season of tho year to garland tho sop cants and 2328 Sunday school scholars Tho home Sunday school of Mr ulchers of your fallon comrades Nothing is too good for their momories Turn all Spurgcons church has 108 toachors tho private tombs and tho national como all members of tho church and 1428 torlos Into gardens Yo doad of Malvorn scholars In all tho schools connected Hill and Cold Harbor and Murfroesboro with the Tabernaclo there aro 7677 and Manassas Junction and Cumberland scholars Indianapolis Journal Gap and field hospital recelvo theso floral During the past thrco months tho offerings of tho living soldiers But they shall como again all the dead Baptist churches of Baltimoro havo troops We sometimes talk about earthly received nearly 600 additions by bap Â¬ military roviows such us took placo in tisms 330 to tho whito churches and Paris in the timo of Marshal Noy in Lon- Â¬ 270 to the cojored Oolden Rule don in tho timo of Wellington and in our Missionary Richards writes from own land but what tame things compared the Buiixa Manteko mission on tho with tho final review when all tho armies This is no longer a of tho ages shall pass for divlno and an Â¬ Upper Congo gelic inspection St John says tho armies heathen country Tho Nkimba tho of Heaven ride on whlto horses and I Nkises1 the poison giving tho throat dont know but many of tho old cavalry cutting tho demoniac yells the dia Â¬ horses of earthly battlo that woro wound- bolical dance and witchcraft aro ed and worn out In service may havo res- things of the past hero Of the 1000 urrection It would bo onlv fair that converts 870 aro grown people raised up nnd ennobled they would bo Jonas G Clark founder and pi ev Â¬ resurrected for tho grand review of the judgment day It would not take any ident of the now Clark University to moro power to reconstruct their bodies bo established at Worcester Mass than to reconstruct ours and I should has given for the institution the sum of bo very glud to seo them among 20UO000 to be divided as follows tho whlto horses of Apocalyptic vision 300000 for tho erection aud equipÂ¬ Hark to tho trumpet blast tho roveillo 100000 the in- of tho last judgment They como up ment of buildings come of which shall bo devoted to tho All tho armies of all lands and all centuries on whichever sido they fought inaintenanco of a library 600000 for whether for freedom or despotism for an endowment fund real estate books They works of art to the value of 500000 tho right or for tho wrorg como They como Darius and Cyrus and 500000 for a professorship en Â¬ and Sennacherib and Joshua and David dowment fund Public Opinion leading forth the armies of Scriptural Tho Governor of South Carolina times Hannibal and Hamilear leading forth tho armios of the Carthaginians and other State officials recently vis Â¬ Victor Emanuel and Garibaldi leading on ited Clailin University a Methodist tho armios of the Italians Tamerlane and Frecdmens institution at Orangebury Ghengia Knhn followed by tho armies of S C and examined carefully all its Asia Gustavus Adolphus and Ptolemy departments and wis most favorably Phllopater and Xerxes and Alexander ho said is a This and Semlramis and Washington loading impressed He addressed tho battalion after battalion The dead Amer- great revelation ican armies of 177U and 1S12 and ono mil- students in the chapel and said that ho lion of Northern and Southern dend in our as surprised and delighted with what civil war They como up They pass in he had seen and that henceforth Claf review Tho six million fallen in Napofind in him a leonic battles tho twelve million Gorman lin University would friend and an earnest advocate XY fallen in the Thirty Years War the llf toon million in tho war under Sesostris tho Independent twenty million fallen in the wars of JusTEACH OBEDIENCE tinian tho twenty flvo million fallen in Jewish wars tho eighty million fallen In Â¬ Â¬ It Â¬ sr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tho Koyl Roud to Virtue Prosperity and iooil Citizenship Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ j Tel-ol-Kob- lr Lnncungo or for advonture The Roman noso dcnotDs a propensity A wdo noso with open nostrils is a mark of groat sonsuality A cleft noso shows bouovolonco It was tho nose of St Vincent do Paul A straight noso donotos a just sorious fine judicious and enorgotic mind Tho curved Hoshy noso Is a mark of Catherine do domination and cruelty Medici and Elizabeth of England bad noses of this kind The curved thin noso Is a mark of a bril- Â¬ liant mind but vain aud disposed to ba ironical It is tho no3o of a droamcr a poot or a critic It is desirable that tho noso should bo a9 long as possiblo this being a sign of morlt powor and genious For instance Napo- Â¬ leon and Canar boil long noses If tho lino ot tho noso be ro ontrant that is If tho noso is turned up It denotes that Its owner has a weak mind somo aud gonorally playful tlmos coarso pleasant or frolicsome Detroit Frt4 Prtt oiei Nkvbk give way to melancholy Nothing encroaches moro I fight against it vigorously Ono groat remedy is to tako short views of life Aro you happy Aro you llkoly to remain ao till this ovening or next month or next year Thon why dostroy prosont happlnois by a distunt xnlaory which may novor como at all or you may nover live to seo it For ovory substantial grlof has twonty shadows aud most of them shadows ot your owu mak lug Sidiity Hmttu Â¬ that touchos with a atlng but reveals aud beautiful May bo Tubus la novor a Might havo boon also to ua an inner glimpse of tho wldo somobody olso has It now whilo wo -- ifr A J T Whitnrj It I all thoro wait A rooL may bo known by alx things i Auger without causo speech without profit chango without motive inquiry without objout putting trust In a atrangor and not knowing bu frlouds from fe Jlaptut WUy Tn it mottiora Uoart U tin child kuqoI Manj a passionate child rules tho household The littlo baby on his mothers knee goes into a passion beÂ¬ cause his dinner is withheld from him or some toy denied him He shrieks and strikes his mother and tho mothor says Poor little boy he has such a passionate nature ho cant be crossed and yields to him Sho ought to spank him spank him hard for boing in a passion and give him nothing till his passion had cooled The child though he be so young that ho can not spoak if he is old enough to lift his fist and strike a blow deserves punishment needs to have a lesson of repression taught him Tho mother who neglects this increases the chances of her sons going to tho gallows Whon hc child is older thoro aro better disciplinary punishments than spanking but when the child reaches sueii an age that they are useful it may be too late his tem Â¬ per may havo gnvn into a dominat Â¬ ing forco in his character that can not bo eradicated Mothers sometimes say when a child shows a vile temper and shrieks a good deal that it would en Â¬ danger his life to punish him perhaps so but you still more endanger his fut-Â¬ ure if you dont punish him Many a gallows tragedy lias had its beginning on the mothers lap Day by day I see criminals hundreds of them thousands of them in tho course of tho year I seo scores of broken hearted parents wishing rather that their sons had never been born than they had lived to bear such burÂ¬ dens of shamo and disgrace I hoar the wailing of disappointed mothers and seo humiliated fathers crying liko children because of tho sins of their children I seo mothers growing gray between the successive visits in which thoy como to inquire about tho boy in prison And seeing theso dreadful things till my heart aches and aches I say to thoso mothers and fathors whoso boys bavo not yet gone astray to thoso mothers and fatbors whoso littlo fami Â¬ lies aro the caro of their lives teach your children obedienco I want it written large I wish 1 could make it blazo here in lettors of iiro I wish I could write it in imperishablo lottor3 glowing letters on tho wall of every homo obedience obedienco obedi Â¬ enco I Obedience to law to housohold law to parental authority unques- Â¬ tioning instant oxact obedionce Obe Â¬ dienco in the family obodionco In tho school Wherever from tho beginning from tho first glimmering of intelli Â¬ gence in the child thoro ia expression of law lot thoro be taught roinout for it and obedience to It It Is tho royal road to virtue to good uitlzoiislilp It U thy only rond At j ImiepcHdtHt -- VCJ V V J H IIP 4Mt V4 t 0m h j e-ija- WpNft T7 fc tt KVrmgrtw - t MrtW TrAlta of Criminals RJ ggggW IM ULLL i HOME FARM AND GARDEN COMMON MANURE Boil pcnchcB whole fifteen rain Its Decided Advantage Over Alt Sorts el Manufactured Fertilizer utos using six ounces of sugar to u It is quite gcnornlly understood that quart Washing the hands twico a day barn raanuro has a mechanical effect with corn meal and rubbing on a little on tho soil which is not obtained from gljccrino at night will keep them soft commercial fertilizers that tho largo quantity of partially decaed vegeta and white To beautify tho plumage of fowls tion it contains lightens up the soil and feed the seeds of sunflowers If these finallyadds humus to it but commer- Â¬ can not bo obtained give a small quan- Â¬ cial fertilizers have a tendency to ex- Â¬ haust the humus and finally harden tity of flaxseed occsisionally the soil tho Head work saves a groat deal of crops and make it lumpy unlesscon- Â¬ be of a character to leave a hand work and if systematically per-Â¬ siderable quantity of vegetation to formed relieves the routine of life of plow under each year some of its dullness Prairie Farmer This is an advantage of barn manure When the trees are low headed they that is very generally understood by may be sprayed moro effectually if tho the farmers who give tho subject tho water barrel and pump is mounted on least thought but there is another ad Â¬ a dray or drag instead of upon a wagon vantage which is too often entiroly Home and Farm overlooked which is tho chemical ac- Â¬ A correspondent in British Colum- Â¬ tion which barn manure has upon tho bia writes tiiat he shall keep a stock soil while in the process of decomposi- Â¬ of cows almost solely for the profit tion from the manure for use on his market Whrn barn manure decomposes it Stale Republican gardens produces largo quantities ot carbonic With reference to the quality of acid gas which when it mingles with wool it is claimed that clay produces the soil has a tendency to decompose tho best sand second and lime tho tho soil itself and as the soil is rich in most inferior quality In cold climates plant food that is locked up in the wool has a finer texture and a superior stones and unfavorable until separ- Â¬ quality ated whatever is applied to the soil Chicken Soup Cut up ono chick- Â¬ that will make it available is so much en and put it into two quarts of milk gained It is true the work of decom- Â¬ season with salt and pepper When position of the soil is always going on about half done add two tablespoon but so slowly that it furnishes but a fuls of barley or of rice When this is small part of what is needed for tho done remove the chicken from the soup growth of our forced crops In the woods where Naturo has her tear or cut part of the bredst into small pieces and add to the f oup with own way and is left to gather her own materials the soil by the exhalations a cup of cream Excliatigc At the present price of pure bred from the roots of the trees is decom- Â¬ dairy cows few farmers feel able to posed fast enough to furnish tho trees buy them unless they intend to com- all of the mineral clement necessary to bine with dairying the business of secure a fair growth and have quite a lino stock raising The dairyman will surplus in the soil for some futii e therefore find the plan of starting crop but in field or garden crops wo with select grade cows and a pure- Â¬ demand such large and rapid growth bred bull of good pedigree best that we arc compelled to assist naturo A herd of by the application of materials that are adapted to alimited purse three fourths or seven eighths Holstein at once available for plant food and or Jersey grade cows can thus be whatever we can apply that will assist built up in a few years St Louis ReÂ¬ Nature to manufacture plant food moro rapidl from the soil will be of publican Stewed Codfish Put three pounds value in addition to tho chemists of fresh codfish into boiling water valuation so if the application of barn Â¬ adding a tcaspoonful of salt and yard manure to the soil assists Naturo after boiling five minutes allow it to in her wonderful and mysterious work drain Heat in a sauce pan one pint of converting the stones into plant rich milk or cream with four table- Â¬ food it adds to its value and it should spoons fine bread crumbs Place the have due credit for it Whenever barn manure is compared fish into this sauce stewing it for ten minutes and season with cayenne with commercial fertilizers it should pepper Cut tho codfish into pieces always receive credit for what it is Sliced hard boiled eggs served with capable of doing in the way of hasten- Â¬ this sauce tends to improve the same ing the decomposition of the soil As the plant food locked up in the soil is Chicago Herald To handle bees one should be inexhaustible whatever we can apply gentle in movement Bees when fright Â¬ that will make any of it available is so By fuming them much clear gain to the farmer ened will not sting It with smoke very slightly by means of does not as many believe exhaust the a bee smoker they are rendered gen- Â¬ soil but rather improves it N Y tle When not gathering they may bo Herald best handled under a beo net made of CARE OF PASTURES wire gauze and factory cloth sus- This should j A Successful War of Preventing tho Un- taincd by a light frame oren Cirowth of Grata Tho bees are be about 4xGxG feet When pastures are not grazed very only handled under this net at such closely and a liberal and luxuriant times as they are perfectly amicable i is permitted it often and of course there is no danger of growth of grass happens masses and patches of inciting robbing Farm Field and the grass that run up to seed will and bc- Stockman come too dry and hard for tho animals to touch it When this occurs the A BOOM STOPPED Why Capitalist Take No Stock In n Ccr- - I lasturc s diminished in value and does not afford so much feed as when tlllu Drtkot a Town asked a the whole is a uniform mass of succu Having a boom hero stranger as he put his head out of a car i lent herbage Thrifty farmers prevent i tins uneven appearance uy passing a window at a Dakota station reaping machine over the field with the Naw replied a native knives set about ten inches high Thats strange thoughtevcry place cuttirg off ho hsads of suoh- grass us had ono this spring1 They be mostly and the man may have begun to form seeds laying sighed and leaned up against the open the green herbago below and giving the whole hold an even anil rikpot -r Ei Then why isnt this town having handsome appearance The defect in this treatment is not doing tho work 3 live soon enough the grass below having Wy you see stranger it was owin itB a little mismanagement We platted become too ripe and some exhaustion eolc ig Brighton Beach Boulevard addi having already occurred in the forma- Â¬ fOll Me tion of the seed heads The work n over to the lake jinin the town I you know the land there is just a should thereforo be performed before Hazel Well the first the heads have fairly made their ap Â¬ lo bit soft like 101 clator that come along tho boys pearance preserving tho green and too fast and took him down to it fresh mass over the whole field Another and an important advan- Â¬ I ho started to walk off across tho tage attends this treatment in new and Im blamed if he didnt stick Annual weeds often accom- Â¬ re and we couldnt git to him to pull pastures pany tho growth of the young grass out and disfigure the fields Cutting theso How long ago did it happen off with the reaper at tho proper time Bout two weeks will prevent tho ripening or forming He must bo dead then of the seeds and assist in eradicating Ori yes 1 reckon hes dead all right ugh but before ho sunk outo sight them and in forming a perfect pasture During unusually moist summers tho hollered to other buyers that wo Tli is growth of grass in pastures will some- Â¬ s down and warned them bout tho thorou HOW lli e and somehow capitalists kinder times be much heavier than is required o tli in prejudiced agiu our rail estate to supply tho demands of tho grazing fiUMt wo haint havin no boom a talL herd In this case tho field may bo T made to servo tho purpose of both Dakota Hell coin to move meadow and pasture by cutting tho grass eight or nine inches high just One Dose Was Enough before tho forming of tho seed raking A prominont physician whohassineo this early cut of grass for hay anil led onco wroto a prescription fora Tho leaving a handsome pasture Ho was notod owcrful liniment many acres which a reaper will go mong tho druggists for his ehhogra- hy Ho had a largo practico and oft- - ovor in it day will repay hovoral times over in their improvod condition all n wroto In such hasUi that it was dilll- required Country Ocntlo tho lit to road his proscriptions Tho di man labor ctions writtou upon tho abovo-mon- 1 Tho man who rides on tho earn ned rooipu worn Apply locally ovory day Is mitlsllixl with ono Heat Tho ulorkromlltt MTak directed In The hut tho man who riiics ouoo a yonr tliroo tlmos dully in nsnoonful iont took ouly ono doac Ha rpri wants at loaat four--- w unit leufher azui JUivrlcr tm Â¬ J I -- MaaaaBt An Italian scientist Marro Uinta that criminals are more apt than norÂ¬ mal people to bo tho descendants of very young and of very old parents in opposition to parents of middlo ago and tho same is true of tho insane In a tablo founded on 1805 normal mon 456 criminals and 100 insane 88 per cent of normal men woro Lorn of parents in tho growing period of life 661 per cont of parents in tho period of maturity and 249 per cent of pa- Â¬ rents who had already reached the de-Â¬ clining period of life Similar percent ages for criminals aro 109 567 and 322 and for tho insane 170 470 and 860 Tho same writer also finds that tho bodily temperature of criminals is slightly higher than that of normal persons being about 3707 C in thirty cases which wo examined Science I Watorbury boy whose legs were deformed from birth was taken to tho New Haven City Hos- Â¬ pital where the surgeon broke ono of tho legs three times and the other ono twice and then straightened and reset tho bones Tho child endured tho op- Â¬ eration well under ether and now walks long distances with only a slight limp A three-year-old Do yoa tt 0aTl iMigvkl kw ptrHd tliant Traveler lew aad iadeecrlbaWy aalswRbte ooth ikjfli aewte C cally and mentally czpertena mUbc ot blwtUnr To be AbtolBtely Certain t uhne oreraptlnees aftwrtonic6 x tiwueM orm la or of most things is difficult but if tho united nee toDgna coated of bitter or bud taate luz testimony of pooplo in ovory walk of life mouth irrerular cpFHUe dtahwM frequw for moro than a quurtor of a century bo headaches eyeclnkt flofttiojr good ovldonoo thon dyspepsia loss of appe- Â¬ beforo tho blurrednerrqu protratlo apks or ore tite headacho wakefulness and dobillta haustion irritability of temper hot fluhe sharp tion from whatever cause may bo cured alterruitlnff with chilly sensation by Dr Har tors Iron Tonic bltlnff transient palna here and there ooM after meaht waVefulncat or feet drowBlneea unrofrcehing eleep constant m iTwaB the lady who thought she was disturbed and 1oclinar of dread or of lotpend uideacrlbAblo going to swoon who bad a faint suspicion Insr calamity YotJun Stalesttan If you have all or any oonldcrabl aaraber of tficee symptoms you aro sufferlBf from BiAtrrircr votcn from whence cms thy that most common of American maladiee Bilious Dyspepsia or Torpid Liver aasoclatea bloom The mora Thy beaming eye thy featured fair with Dyspepsia or Indigestion complicated your dJeeaee baa become tk What kindly hnml on thoo waa lata Kiidowliiu tlieo with beauty rare trreater the number and diversity of symp Â¬ Twa not oyer thu thedame replied No matter what stage it has reached tom thl fnce the0 feature bold Or Fierce Golden Medical Biacovery Tito Favorite ITeioriptlon of Ir 1lerce Wrought tho wonderou choose which yon be will eubduo It if taken acoordlng to dircc tiona for a reasonable lensrth of time If not hold cured complications multiply and Conump- Diseases Heart Disease Wuat character of Dickons does the tionof tho iungs Skin Disease or other grove ithoumatlara Kidney new method of doing the hair resomblo maladies aro qulto liable to set in and sooner or later induce a fatal termination -- Vvr fA a ttww Mm rtmAvmA a Coos Book of original and thoroughly stamps icstou recipes u you scna ten to pay postngo and 15 top covers of Warn Â¬ ers Hxra Yeast packages to Warners Bath Yeast Co Rochester N Y Tho book in cloth will bo sent postpaid for n15 Tho paper bound books will not be told they can only bo had as abovo deÂ¬ scribed It Is a wonderfully fine book Every woman will want it soya HarÂ¬ pers liazor Cxk it be said that diamonds are not in good taste becauso they are flashy A 2r HAT w AILS YOU MMMHMWHMMH r PcPe A Now York family spent nearly all of ono night recently hunting for their little daughter who was mysteriously missing and also kept the polico stirred up over the subject Toward morning tho little one was discovered peacefully sleeping in a room of her Â¬ through that gTcat blood -- purifying oraran Â¬ cleanses tlio Bystcm of all blood taints and impurities from wbatovur causo arislnir It i equally efficacious in acting1 upon tho Kid noys and other excretory organs clcanslntr streugtbening and healing their diseases As it promotes an appotizlng restorative tonic building- up digestion and nutrition thereby both lleeh and strength la malarinl districts this wonderful medicine has gained ureati celebrity iu curing Fever and Aguo Chills and Fovor Dumb Ague and kindred diseases - Dr Fiercoa Ooldoii Medical DIa covory acta powerfully upon the Liver and Dr Pierce covery Golden RSedlcal Dis Â¬ own house where she had been all tho time Chicago Herald SSOO V 0HILOREHA4 wb YPHiim VJEOIGINE Howard npoiuMHAIR If you suffer from dull heavy headache cREST0RER I obstruction of the nasul puasages dis-Â¬ B ENGLISH charges falling from tho head into tho throat sometimes profuse watery and acrid at others thick tenncious mucous purulent bloody and putrid if tho eyes aro weak watery nnd inflamed and tliero is ringing in tho ears deafness hacking or coughing to clear tho throat expectoration CUREF0R of offensive- matter together with scabs TffiGREAT from ulcefs tho voice being changed and having n nasal twang tho breath offensive famell und tasto impaired experience a sen Â¬ sation of dizziness with mental depression a hacking cough and gencrul debility then you aro suffering from chronic nasal SYMPTOMS catarrh Only a lew of tho above named MJV Moll turCjlntcuso Itch symptoms aro likely to bo present in nny ono caso at ono time or in one stage of tho ri Vlnc etluKliip wont at night ouvscintchinc verrdlntrcMli disease Thousands of cases annually If allowed to continue tuniorn form vr lilch often Weed and ulceraU liecoralnp very sore without muuilcsting half of tho above OIHTDIENT HWAXNKH uiccuinp nuais symptoms rosult in consumption and end bUipn itciiinR in tho grave No disoaso is so common 1n Ulceration ana iu znauy IIOv moro deceptive and dangerous less under- Â¬ L rJl KS cata rrmoves uyiuau stood or moro unsuccessfully treated by n ii InnPrNiunor cents IM IVU a f5v The manufacturers of Dr physicians U11LT Sagos Catarrh Remedy offer in good faith J500 roward for a caso of catarrh THEOLDESTMEDICNE51fJUSS0LDBVDRUGGJSTS which they can not cure Tho ltemedy is sold by druggists at only 50 cents - D Eryslpolas Bolls Carbuncles floro Eyes Scrof Â¬ ulous Sores and Swellings Hip Joint Disease Goitre or Thick Neck White Swellings Iinil fun nlntl Vi1iul largo Trcathw with nfntn In colored stamps for a plates on dkiq uiscascs or wio brihu uuuusi for a Trcatlso on Scrofulous Affections to the from a common Blotch or Eruption sores Fovcr Balt rhoum worst Scrofula Scaly or Hough Skin in short all diseases caused by bad blood aro conquered by this powerful purlfyingand Invigorating mcdl clno Groat Hating ulcers rapidly heal under Especially has it mani Â¬ Its benign inilucnco fested its potency in curing TetUr Eczema CURES ALL HUMORS ITCHING PILES Thoroughly UOiaOIl dlgestioa uenwt is THE LIFE J thv Rinnn using Dr ricrces cleanBO it by hcutni NI1T u strength and bodily health will bo established miu llieuicai miuuvcrj spirits buuu vital a fair skin buoyant Fiounns of speech 06timatcs on the Merchant TravBpcod of a stenographer eler Â¬ is rightly named Golden and can be taken with beneilt at any hour of tho day This is Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery literally worth its weight in gold to any ono suffering with scrofulous affections im- Â¬ purities of the blood or diseases of theliv cr and luugs It is unfailing By druggists Tms is tho most unklndest cut of all the public man when ho saw his pictÂ¬ ure in the newspaper Bald nro among the patrons of Glenns Sulphur Soap Hills Hair Whisker Dye Black orttrownTOc Golden at morning silver at noon and lead at night is the old Laying nbout oat ing oranges But thero is something that 8 to SV all nyniptomn of Dropsy Inhopeless days by tno Cure patients pronounced bestphyslclansKroraflrstdososymptouis In ten days at least runlillr dlmntieur and 7Ti it mo imrunmV mi ynimuiuiurreimTuu pumuuiuj cry humbugwltliout knowing any ihlnKauoutlt Ho member It costs you nothing to realize tho murjt of our treatment f or y oursel f Wo are constantly curing casesof long standingcase that have been tapped a nuiuboroi times ami the patlentdeclared unable to llyca week live full hlHtoryorcnsenaiueaRPBex how long atlllctcdPtc Semi for f reo pamphlet con taining testimonials Tondaystrcatmentfurnlshed free by mall If you order trial you must return this advertisement to us with IU cents In stamps to pay postage Kpllepsy Kits poslUvely cured H H GREEN SONS M Da Atlanta Qa a Â¬ hlo remcdlei entirely Imrmtctp ltcmovo Hrto treated Drepr nnd It complication with mott wonderful ruccc uiovetcctA ROPSY Liver tST TREATED FREE which is Scrofula or tho linns Is arrestf taken in th and oured by this remedy if From ita marearlier stages of tho discoso velous power over this terribly fatal disease Â¬ when flrst offering this now world famed rem edy to tho public Dr Fierce thought seriously of calling It his Consumption Cdke but abandoned that name as too restrictive for a medlclno which from its wonderful com- Â¬ bination of tonic or strengthening alterative and or blood cleansing antl billous pectoral only nutritive properties is uncqualed not as a romedv for Consumption but for U Clironlo Diseases of tho CONSUMPTION Blood and lungs For Weak Lungs Spitting of Blood Fhort ness of Breath Clironlo Nasal Catarrh Bron chitls Asthma Sovero Coughs and kindred affections it is an efficient remedy Sold by Druggists at 100 or Six Bottla for 500 0T Send ten ccnta la Btamps for Dr Pierce book on Consumption Address Worlds Dispensary Medical Association G03 Irtaln W-- BUFFALO N X LADixswho possess the finest complexions COCKLES ANTI BILIOUS THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY For Mver Dllo Indigestion et Free from If crciiryi conUlos only Pure Vegetable Ingredients Agent C1IAS N CIUTTKNTON NJfW YOKK THE ONLY TfiUS A rolling mill prizs light on a steam boat whoa thero is a heavy sea on Â¬ IRON TONIC A Best easiest to tue and chonpost PIsos Remedy for Catarrh By druggiuts 50c trying one TifEpasltlon o WESTERLY GRANITE Cfl Office 10 West 23rd Sheet New York City Contractors for all kinds of Building and Menu mental work In Genuine Westerly and other high grade Granites Direct Importers of Iollshed C tl umns Illnstersand Monuments In the Celebrated HcotruJtcdUranlir Kstlmates promptly furnished QUARRIES AND WORKS Jtrrtont 2rawkr juilffe Is an exceedingly Bones What is tho difference botweona man who goes on a drunk and a girl who falls in love with a baso ballistl Well tho man who gets drunk hes gono on a bat and tho girl who falls in love with a baic ballist shos gono on a batter Botton Courier ElSgghfau liuli tot Vex TONIOs safe am speedy core OUesBclesrlMMl ttircomplexioa Frequent stteoipu teoHatcrWt lngonlTsdd to the popalsritr ot the orltlBl V9 Botuperlment get UieOaiaDTAbAiro JHet LADIES Our Will purify th BLOOD reroUte tli LIVCR and KIDNEY and KeSTORK tli irvAjTH ancTviO OK of YOUTH DrspetsisVsnf otAppetiu jiitiBwtionuto oirensta ana Tired retime so oiaieir cured tsones an xies mna nerves ivoeltv new Enlivens toe Buna forc tnd enonllea Ilrsin Power SBSerlatr from osaplslnlf -- E I A riiKsnirr should always bo abridged The proacher lives by tho golden rule tho printor by tho brass rulo and tho teacher by tho ferulo New Haven News Wouth winning a jack pot ruck m ClH PAYStheFREICHT TutBtuaaad Itrtm BlillH JONES JONES 11INUUAMTON ConstipsUoniaver Oeaplslat sad Slekl Headaobe Sample Dose and Dream Soelts taallsd on reoslpt of tio cental b postage 9 HEDBHARTER MEDICINE COMPANY StLoyU Ma tH Iron 5 Taa Wuiob Healra Bism Urtrt SwtT ptixr Mil MdtfM 0F IMISHAMTM XmrtUtikilt rorrrpritlltt Uilt N Jf The monarch of dreams Welsh rabbit Fuck A OAMR fight four aces versus a straight flush ToUilo Atnertcaiu CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS Best Cough Byrup Tnttes cood Use in timo Hold by druggists P Â¬ fojjigiciijaisiiniiiMiJ Cocktails before breakfast aro head Â¬ aches beforo dinner Picayune POND PIANOS IVERS HX8T Wnr is n watch dog larger at night than Kraionablo prlros EasyJLJfcdEJ Guaranteed satis100 bought by fnglsnd Couicrtatory of heisiutuo morning Becauso hols lot factory Catalogues and New ttrsss Information rKKK Important Uutlc out at night and taken in in the morning lycra 4 fond riaao Ck 181 Trcmontbtreet Boston Ttxtn KI1H I 1IKH HAIR Officers pay bounty pro cured Ucserters relieved practice Hucccss or no fee Writ for clrmlttrs and new laws A W McCOK micka Boh Cluclniiatl o Washlnzton D U If von waat kium ana cijhb at your home Bond for DK J A KllUItU IHI rcuUr of Instructions WiUroaclwaj New York Wigs Bangs and Waves sent C O P aj wlirrci Wholesale and retail price llstye e I flHQ bniQIUriV 21 yearn CU 1 t Sflings Foviijutt hatching oggs KIKK Jjovell Citizen Aftkii all has been said against tho barbedwiro fonco tho truth romntns that it has a groat many points in its favor or Farm Itallalnc for any kind Write for testimonials from your BtaU Address K6HF1MU CO- - ClnrUaatL Ohl IttUTCK IKON IRON orcitr ROOFING HAY tflNI XYXTKllm IAUHTSISO PROOF 5 BOiitrehlCom Wabash evCticage Tp IS A DAT Samples worth 1X FHKh BKKHSTXR SAVaTI BXIM Llnesnomndertheliortesfeet writs HOUHCtCeHHM bring serious sorrows What foat is tho most trying to tho sol- Â¬ dier DafoaU MrK lockod in juil aro always In favor of Jkstiso CHAMPION lies tklllawrr hod for Clrmlr Bath Unr jUXCT A44m rASOt8 iXlfXaiHiXUUI PRESSES IIn frifM ILUXtiM forahbed Write VAXMTsKJasHTUlWS ANK B 113 WHEN YVKITINQ TELEGRAPHY suite tkat yea Tiguliffl LXJUW aw Us AdvfWinat ia T0 AVVKXTMKM Ms rrr z a f CI 1 a lock out A Tcxiu Stftlntjt Pkayunt dispatch killing a man on th cable railroad Tiik burden of a tong Is too great when a singer can not carry tho tuna JV U OAIUH Why did the Women of this country use over thirteen mtilwi catoot of i 1 o 1 K How it nil comes back to mo I dramatically oxolAlin tho poet opeulng a thick parcel of rejected vro Procter Gambles Lenox Soap w ig6 Buy a cake of Lenox and you will noon undmrtud WBJfog A yAf r- Ax P t l A v rt t 4i4 rOsWaW jar - n s I the J h4t3l iiw uium dwttd up Y i i botti - gg He believed because he was an infidel that Rbueeeau and Voltaire were useful bpirits in the world and named his ships after them When ho died ho left about all ho had to educating orphans Tirao has passed on and greater than any abbey or convent in this country is tho Girard College majestic in its estate constant in its beneficence taking from tho street and tho alleys the parcntlcse and the homeless and making of them men to lead communities ana to spread reverence religion and gratitude There was a certain man in the Scrip- Â¬ tures who saw a woman produce a fine box of ointment to anoint tne feet of a man who had spread so much truth and walk- Â¬ ed so far to do it and he exclaimed aloud That money What a waste miglit have bought so many loaves for the papers we expect the docket to be PU1U8HID Anil MMt JPENCtR OOOPCR s A- Mm Mallet Jlirkhim of Easel Greea Subscription - Pnt4 si la Advac i Yr TIME TABLE --Kttukya4 Swlfa Atlantic Railway Stuidard tlme22 aiinutea alower than Mt No 1 K p K iNo 3 leaves Mt Sterling at 140 P XX ar- riveaat Roth well at 320 v M No 4Icav Rothwell at 345 M arrives at Mt Sterling at 530 P K Utfo 2 connects at Mt Sterling with 1105 A M trains on 0 M and J 57 0 railway for Lexington Cincinnati and Louisville iNo 3 connects at Mt Sterling frith 1105 A M train on C tc 0 fr6m the Eaat and lSu M train from Louisville and Cincinnati HTMontgomcry county court day special leave jRothwel on the 3rd Monday in each ononth at 730 A M arriving at Mt Sterling tat 9 AM Returning leaves Mt Sterling at 3 r M arriving at Kothwell at 430 r M iicaves Rotlrwcll tor Mt Sterling at 5 r M GEO B HARPER Supt No 2 leaves Rothwell at 9 A N arrives Mt Staling at 1050 A M leareeMt Stealing at 7 a m arrives at Xothwell at 840 A M Sterling time t r r LOCAL HEWS 1 CORRESPONDENCE r Notice For tho purpose of supplying tholoat papers and rccoida of tho Wolfe Oircuit Court I wiU begin my sittings at Campton ou Tuesday July 5th 1887 uud continue from day to day until such lousiness as may bo brought before me dm been i disposed of IT C IIeiikdon Commissioner VroubloAhoad v vn When the appetite fails and sleep grows restless and unrofreshing there is trouble ahead The digestive orgaiiH when healthy crave food the nervous system when vigorous and tranquil giveH its possessor no uneasiness at night A tonic to bo oflbctivo should not ho a more ap petiser nor are tho nerves to be strength ened and soothed by the unaided action of a sedative or a narcotic W hat is required is a medicine which invigorates the stom- Â¬ ach and promotes assimilation of food by the system liy which means the norv uus system as well as other parts of the physical organism are strengthened Hacjixsvjjlk June 23 Tho elegant These are tho effects of ilostettcrsStom ach Ijittors a nicdiuino whose reputation residence of Mrs Nancy Back was graced is founded firmly in public confidence by fair maids and stately matrons on the mid which physicians commend for its 19th inst The occasion being the mar-Â¬ tonic anti biliious and other properties It is used With the best result in fever riage of Solomon Frazicr to Mrs Nancy and ag4io rheumatism kidney and uter Back Owing to tho consanguinity be- Â¬ ine weakness and other maladies tween the contracting parties aud the disparagement in their ages a very Court Day at Mt Sterling There was a fair crowd and plenty of strenuous objection was made by their stock on the market and prices generally friends to tho union but love overruled vcru good W Jl Gate wood auetipn all this and finally frieiuh submitting tcr reports about 800 cattle on tho to the inevitable united to make it n market Oxen brought from S0 to SI 20 festal and joyous a Hair The tablo was loaded with luscious viands and rich pCr yoke and heifers from 21 to o cents Good many mules good demand and fair delicacies that were suHieieut to satiate prices Abou t 3000 sheep brought from the appetites of the most fastidious epi Â¬ SI to 215 per head Milk cows brought cures to which your correspondent did full justice from 15 to 85 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ is viJting friends and relatives in Jack son Rev J T Gevedon of Morgan county has been here several days repairing watches and clocks and gives satisfaction generally Ho repaired seven clocks and soven watches on tho 22d which was a good days work While here ho preached one sermon which delighcd tho andionce Wo wish ho may come again and preach for us Wo had a splendid rain on tho 21st and every thing and ever body seems re- Â¬ vived in coneoquenco thereof Wo aro to have a fourth of July cele bration here and ovory body is invitod Wo will havo good music The commit- Â¬ tee on prograramo elected J J C Back W E Bryant and S E Hager of Jack-Â¬ son to deliver orations on the occasion The oxcrcisc3 to be held in tho Academy chapel at 10 oclock Miss Sarah Combs and S E Hager who have been attending school at Millors burg and Stewart Hager attendingschool in Missouri have returned home A Mr Gilchrist of Iowa has been here several days inspecting land titles Tom Sewell of Madison county is iu town on busines Jake Tipton of Estill is in town Jake i looking well and has a smile for every body Mrs Maiy Johnson siBler of MrsGeo Patrick is visiting friends1 and relatives iu town In the case of the Commonwealth James Collins charged with hog stealing the jury hung Billy Taulbee for shooting and wounding James Uirchfield was acquitted Elder Henry Niece preached in the court house tho other night to a large and attentive audionco Dr S T Caudle of Montgomery coun tv is town The news from Perry county is that a Mr Smith shot and killed one Hurt The following attorneys were present at eur court J u Eversole ot Hazard acting Commonwealths Attorney B F Fronch samo place Col Day of Wolfe W S Harkln T Y Fitzpatrick and Harmon Hammon of Prcatonburg John Howard of Magoffin James Sarvor and James Fitzpatrick of Whiteeburg and W J Horaley of Tennessee besides our own attorneys If Judge Lilly continues to persovcro in his courts as we think ho will our criminal docket will bo quite small and our jail will only stand as a monument of our past vice and folly J - T GEVEDON l THE JEWELER BKST OOOD8 POX LKAST MONEY I am how located near BONNY KY and am prepared to rapair WATCHES JKWKL RY 8EWINO MACHINES CLOCKS Ac Charges reasonable and work warranted 1 handle tho Beat Rolled Tlato Jewelry such as Bracelet Lnce Pin Scarf Pina c If you want a aolid gold ring I can aavn you In fact it you want a silver or gold money watch or clock or anything in my line you surely will save money by purchasing nf nie I shall keep on hand fine Bibles Photoc I also graph Albums School Books keep for salo Dr T B Smiths Liniments Â¬ Hickory and Beautifying and Healing Soap Jnst try this soap If you want your akin to look prcttv I also keep the best scwihg machine I will attend tho Hazt 1 oil and needles Green Stock Sales and tho West Liberty Courts -- f v- d V W A Lacy Son of Morgan county jsold 10 work mule at prices ranging from 110 to 1G0 each and 515 sheep ut a if averago of 2 John M Rose of Wolfe- sold 33 steers aud heifers at from 2 to 3 cents At Trimbles stable 20 horses and Smilea were sold Prices 80 to 1C0 At Jones KatlifTs 3 pair of mules brought from S2G5 to 325 a pair and 5 hordes fVomiS0 to 185 At D S Lockridgo Uos Hudson Andrews of Virginia bought and shipped a ear load of mules and hoircs Price from 75 to 125 A Pennsylvania par- ty bought 8 horses at from 150 to fl75 tuid a Cincinnati party 18 at from r0 to 120 Andrew Feslcr sold a nice saddle horso to Morris liaird of Lexington fur - Misses Doeia and Sophronin Unguis of this place have been visiting friends and relatives at Jackson They took in the commencement exercises of the Acade my and were much delighted with their visit Dave llagin tho very polite clerk of the Guinn House at Jackson was in our midst hna week buying culinary articles for his house D B and J L llagins aro attending circuit court at Jackson BMH Â¬ When nature falters and requires help the poor So whenever a man like Blair of New recruit her enfeebled energies with Dr Hampshire comes forward and on be- Â¬ J H McLeans Strengthening Cordial half of the rich section in which he lives and Blood Purifier 100 per bottle Sold bv G B Swaugo Hazel Green and offers education to the States which havo been made poor by slavery and war and J N Vaughn Campton Oh somebody says emancipation pshaw you arc taking away from them GATH the stimulus to educate themselves1 Endowed Institutions nml tho Public The very same argument would have School System applied at the commencement of the New YoitKJunc 19 Now aud then rublic school system ana inaccu was you find some person anxious to pick a used by the Pennsylvania Dutch just as quarrel with what is useful and free at- Â¬ it is now used by the parvenuca and tacking the High Schools which are at grumblers in the mugwump camp It was said that those wlio wanted to the top of the grammar school systems of educate their children might do so but our cities It is claimed that the mou oy of the tax payers must not be divert- to tax all when the sous of many did ed to teach a selected number of scholars not want to be educated was tyranny the college branches People who are Their German forefathers had fled to too much interested about the money of America from tyranny and here it had tax payors generally have an ax of their come again in the specious form of edu- Â¬ After the Public School system own to grind From the High Schools cation was enacted about the time of President came nen like Sir Walter Scott The highest class of clerical employment in Van Buren it was actually repealed bv Thad this city conies out of this tree college the Legislature on a revulsion By means of such an institution the deous Stevens and his personal enemy plainer families plant their best exam- Governor Wolf now joined hands and ples alongside of the scions of wealth recovered that school system aud on tho and continue in the society a healthful occassion Stevens made the memorable speech in which lie said that he would equality to give free edu- Â¬ go over to the side of that opponent of But for endowments cation very few of the really important his whose banner streamed with light In shoit about all that I can see the men of the world would ever have been mugwumps have taught the Democrats is heard of The military school at Bri onne which was a charity educated to reject ree education when it is tender Napoleon The Charter llousu in Lon- ed to them for their people Every now and then you hear the mug Â¬ don educated Toln Wesley the great who wump organ here crying that Senator civilizcr of America and Thackery has written the most purifying novels HawJey is opposed to this bill Suppose Institutions like Christ Church School he is Mr itawley is a good man who which is also an endowment have turn- Â¬ is always discovering straws to fall over Tho day for making or the Constitution Tho ed out men of the class of Milton Normal School of New York City is of Che United Stated a kind of mathemat probably the most remarkable show in it ical maze and losing ones self in it is past What are these Labor organizations Indcedourpuhlieschool system though like ovory thing oIko it lui3 its enemies thinking about as they come together is singularly free from the corrup with their tens of thousands of votes tions which belong to all other depart- Â¬ not one of them is bothering about the ments of politics here There is some constitution They have their methods Gath in Cin- Â¬ thing in the nature of education which of educating themselves makes purity Now and then one hears cinnati Enquirer it said that to educate a scoundrel is only A daughter of B F Sextons at May to make him more dangerous but this remark either comes from a snarler or town died Saturday night and was burone who docs not think befyre lie talks ied on Monday morning There have been very few instances of educated criminals who stuck to crime People in tho Northern States are now COOPER splitting hairs about the dangers to edu- Â¬ S GENERAL S cation to be anticipated from presenting any money to the ruder States to start the school system with These old frauds who have been reHAZEL GREEN KY formers all their davs and never reform Â¬ ed their own meanness are erying out Have the following property which they thai if you take poor State and give her wish to sell at once and parties desiring to something she will immediately cease to ecure bargaiiiH will find it to their intciest try o educate her own people This is to inspect the propel ty Wo will trade sonic of it to blue gnihs land Write us hum biur The Pcabody Fund was given by a No 1 73 aured of land on Laurel Creek man away off in London who remember Â¬ Wolfe county V miles from Hazel Green Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ fisrAny one trading with me to amount 10 at one time will receive TriE Hkkam one year rs a present J T GEVEDON Jeweler Bonny Ky of III But buy Kellys STEKL axe It is tho most perfect axe made Also buy STEEL horse shoes They will outwear iron And upc STEEL nails They cost the same as iron For sale in Hazel Green by GB VT Chiles j Thompson MT STliKLlJNO r SWANGO CASKKY VA mcguiki R M Co Agents for Eastern Kentucky SV Liverv McWiliiams NEW Go Stable Sale and Fasti MT STEM LING KY Drovers and Traders Headquarters is especially invited to our facilities for the The attention of horse aud mule dealers Â¬ handling of stock and we invite all traders of Wolfe and adjoining counties to call on us when in the city THE OIM CINNAT jr Â¬ Â¬ LrIfJiiILll jETOIR 1S87- - Â¬ DAILY and WEEKLY THE NEWSIEST OST PEABLES3 MOST POPULAR HERNDON Â¬ Rea Estate Agents ABLEST EDITED 17ywspaper in America pnlU For Insldo Information ot sellers rcrpornte private or other Mnd you will bu obliged to read THE ENQUIRER As fo political and social intclligcaco TRUTH AND FACTS Ono is sadly ignorant who faiU o consult Created of all ncwhapK - y210 I t Robinsons stable a number of iiorscs Were void Prices about Mick as quoted abofu Mt Sterling Gazette -- u ev mz m Exposure to rough weather getting living in damp localities are favor to the contraction of dititiascof the kidneys and bladder Asa preventive tindfor the euro of all kidnev and liver trouble use that valuable remedv Dr J H McLeans Liver and Kidnev Balm 100 per bottle Sold bv G Bwaugo Ifuzci Green and J N Vamdin Camp Wet UbTa N 1 BREATHITT COUNtY JACKSOX June 24 Circuit Court tiavencd lust Monday Judge Lilly on tko bench f ml II L Wheeler Common R- - Â¬ ti sL fJ r No 0 2000 acre of land on Kentucky IUverand Irozen Creek Breathitt county A ftmM deal of CoMmoaweatth buel 7 nillcs below Jackuoii on tho survAvmi lln of the Kentucky Union and Cincinnati and toMiM tke docket but Judge Lilly aid- Southeastern railroad It Is covered with a tl nave nau nanus an array ef legal talent anil their wcapc ill tor the llnct There had bvon orphans iu Philadel Â¬ heavy forest of walnut timber in tho State i T M PignVHU CurtwaU vfite poplar ash o am IftftBpt K our shcrliT started today phia before the time of Stephen G Irani neliidlDK oak uual BWfctihWttetkew1ia Wy ehaHOki vitb throe prisoners te the peNltcntlary and pcopk thought lv vould do tie good hi ma WOUIMINVU4 iMI I wealths Attorney pro tern aided bv the iuviuclble D B Redwiacs The vis iliag attoraya are A II and 0T Howard of MagolRu J B White Judge Robert Kiddle and Wiu Lilly of Irvine J M ftekattian S P and Ed Hogg of Uoouc vllle W W McGuini of West Libert v W L and Z T Ham ad L M Day e Wolfe aud Judge L Hley of Mt Thousands of people suffer with back ache not knowing that in most cases it is a syiutom of diseased kidneys and liv- Â¬ er which piasters ami lotions cumot heal The best and safest remedy is Dr J H McLeans Liver and Kidney Balm 100 per bottle Hold by G B Swango Hazel Green and J N Vaughn Campton brary ii mi These examples have lead to the plant- Â¬ KNOTT COUNTY ing iu Baltimore of a really splendid University the HtxmiAN June 27 It has been three old Republican gift of John Hopkins an there weeks since my first and only letter but Ihe reabodv r unci so lar irom break- Â¬ seeing its appearance in your columns I ing up any public school system in South have concluded to first ask pardon for Carolina built tho first Normal School Â¬ in that ever my negligence and then to write a second ed built civil State which was startwar and the President after tho Business and sickness together have pre- of that first Normal School has been vented me from doing so sooner Governor of South Carolina since and Circuit Court has juht closed with is now one of tho prominent ollicers in the Treasury Department Indeed the wonderful results The iron will tho in Â¬ Peabody Fund baa done more for South dependent judgement and self reliance Carolina than any thing else except of Judge Lilly has made his name a ter- Â¬ emancipation Thero are now several Normal Schools ror to law violators of this county in that State and it was absolutely im There wero live persons tried and con- Â¬ possible prior to tho Pcabody Fund to victed of felony iu this county ut this get up any thing effective in the way of term ot the court as follows James u public school system There were no Bates three cases of housebreaking and educated teachers in that couutrv and got two years in each R Mullina for strangers who came down down to teach wero looked upon as carpet baggers Ev taking goods from store ono year and erybody who goes into certain of those three months for attempting to burn tho regions if he should bo Jusus Christ jail Allen Mnrtin for stealing goods ono would bo regarded as a carpet bagger year Mary Madden and Anna Wulker even If ho should havo no scrip nor staff With the birth of popular education for murder two years each thero is comiug over tho rising genera The jail door was unlocked by Willio tion of South Carolina u reconsideration Jones tho jailor won who had stolen of tho errors of their fathers thero is an ouo net of keys belonging to same aud arising tone in that State duu to nothing but schooling tlvo prisoners mndo good their escape It is true that tho Lord helps those Two of them had been convicted aud who hulp themselves but if the Lord two would havo been had they not timdo had not helped us first how should wo - ed his early manhood which he spoilt in a slave Mate particularly in tne statu of Maryland i le remembered that there was no education worth talking about So after he had built for the multitude houses for the London poor to show them how to live economically and naturally he gave the remainder of his fortune to education in America and nearly the wholo of it went to the Southern States The City of Baltimore through this gift of George Peabody formerly of Massachusetts and Georgetown had its lirtt and only popular library which has si nee been imitated by Mr Enoch Pratt another New England man who has given Baltimore what is called a free li- Â¬ Good dwelling house and outbuildings well watered good timber fino apple orchnid coal veins Sea that No 2 About liO acre of land on ITnucr Long Brunch of Grassy Creek Morgan county miles from Kzol lU acre iu cultivation Good house and out buildings well limbered and plenty good witer Coal veins both bituminous and cannul and supposed to contain lend and copper veins Â¬ 1 Â¬ lVr a live nevspaper tUat allows niin to rscpolfjVuowledse fuppcsrcinjtUlagof im portance for a brlbo or obiaUOi ppylics no pugar coctud excuts for evil deeds - their au Â¬ Â¬ o- thors calls mistakes by their proper nsrue 3 One two story dwelling built in containing six rooins good out buildings n well of never fiiling water beautiful grounds well set with rare and valuable shrubbery uud a tine assortment of iruit grapes Ac The heat garden in town one of the most desirable dwellings to be found in Hazel Green Situated on the bright leading to the celebrated hwungo Springs about midway between the center of town and the Springs No NONE EQUAL THE ENOUTREIt fvOiplctc Mar Â¬ CoirpTlKd in Its colemna over tho ket Reports Tclejripble Iew fion TArul Excellent Feature Aitich Mi olh csna Irutruc 3ood for tho Intelligent lirain tlcn Terse Criticisms and Snarklln Vit Tho pjlley of tho EsvifcUii It to serve tLo to wholo country rnd the people ijnnnrilal bring about tuuino sqil Justin rvtcrais bene lral to all to freely speak the truti and give facts to expose couupticn wlwrncr fouul rncl to remlor all possibles ussituace ia tba 1SS4 Â¬ in f n yjti fV n No tlu acres ofland on Lnev reek 2 miles south of Ho7ol Green on main rouri to Campton has about UOO acies of good timber and an ineihaustable quantitv of the finest piality of splint and bituminous and some line quality of cannul coul 1 detection and punishment of vte Subscribe for It for 187 and enjey tho patlj facttou of beiDtf a render of tho best cewspape in tho world Â¬ No o 100 acred of land 2 miles south east of Hazel Green line funning land fiO acres in cultivation nearly all bottom land in good neighborhood and convenient to schools and churches Â¬ THE WEEKLY ENQUIRER Is the Family Taper for tho country home It gives the fenrril ncwa of tVie wholo world up to the day of publication contain am ass of choice reading matter deals iu Art Literature and Science and Its Market Reports Aijrhultural Department and Household puge can not bo sur passed It Is tho latest Rnd cheapest paper in Union and is conceded by every body to bo tbo best weekly paper published WEEITJLY ENQUniKri Sx Months Oni Yeah tt 15 A lreo Copy for Clubs of 1lvo No 0 SOO acren of hind the survcv be- J pinning on tmj standing Kock corner of Lee Powell and Wolfe counties 10 miles lrom Lamptonon the head waters of the Graining Block Fork of Bed Kivcr It is entirely covered with a virgin forent of pine poplar oak walnut hickory and chestnut timber Â¬ Â¬ acres of land most of which lie in the corporate limits of Haze Green on the ruacL leading from town to Swnnco JPrlnfirJ018 No ftml is known the Mrs hltta 1 rimble tract Can bo laid otV into the most desirable town lots in Hazel Green It Is newly fenced and in cultivation So 8 One house nnd lot In Northwest Haxel Green near tho common school build iiiK Rood now dwelling houso with four room good outbuilding garden Ac No 7 10 CVj DAILY XKQUIRER Punday and Tally Dally ex Sunday Bunduy Any two days Anyouudny 1J3U8 Auyuiwouys 1 Mo 3 Mos 6 Mo l O 33 7ft 57 CO 1 13 3V 600 4i S3 a SH W Vi 0 60 lYr 15 1 25 11 2 23 1 to 1 3 a to 3 tO Addrcaa CINCINNATI OUO John iv Mclean Publliberand PwprUW t I J OI J n olllce mWCMRMBMM PAPRKK FOli dAM t IU J1 CenU per 100 2 U JTUBlBTrffl i afr iK VirtMfr-ff- - l