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W v a fTSKSrJflFMaJai MMM0M rp - mhhm mmmAmmm0 SPENCER COOPER Owner and Editor HAZEL ItKEEN - Devoted to tho Development of Enstorn Kentucky HEEmil t- - 8100 A YEAR Always In Advuncw W sit fy VOL III HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY WEDNESDAY JULY CHAPTER 12 G 1887 3T0 18 wero issued by James Stewart County Judge of Rowan county tho day prior to tho killiug and woro immediately placed in Squiro Hoggs hands Squire llogg is sheriff of Rowan county A ns 3d I nnd H M Pigman insti1 tutcd tho movement The people withs out regard to party wanted thein arrest ed aim brought to justice for tho cow nrdlv and brutal murder of Jack ami Willie Logau The peoplo aro iinitctl almost to a man against them Soma think wo wero too rough when wo did begin Tho Governor told mo to havo warrants issued for them and take thcim alive if wc could and if necessary takti wa niJ JVfl PROFESSIONAL CARDS ISAAC W MAPEL Attoknky-at-La- w An Act for taking the senso of the good the necessity of amending the Constitution und the expediency of calling a convention II EVANS JOHN for that purpose therefore Be it enacted by the General Assembly of GREEN KY HAZEL the Commonwealth of Kentucky 1 Examiner That at tho next general election for Representatives to the General Assembly it for Wolfe shall be the duty of the several sheriffs nnd Respcctfnully solicitis the patronage of the other oflieers of election to open a poll for buspublic and will attend promptly to all and make a return to the Secretary of State iness entrusted to his care for the time being of the names of all citi- Â¬ zens entitled to vote for Representatives who TTT T SWANGO have voted at the said election for calling n convention for the purpose of HAJIEL OllKES KY amending or changing the Constitu- Titles examined abstracts furnished tax Â¬ es jtuid for iion residonts real estate bought nud sold Collections a specialty HAZEL GUKKN KY Will practice in all the Courts of Wolfe Powell Menifee nud Breathitt counties And Real Estate Agent for Representative within the State people of this Commonwealth as to tho necessity and expediency of call- Â¬ ing a Convention to amend ttie Consti- Â¬ tution and to provido for ascertaining the number of citizens entitled to vote WnrUKAS Experience has pointed out of Depositions county j5 Â¬ Â¬ Deputy Gounty Court Clerk of Wolfe Will attend to all busincsr entrusted to him with promptness nnd dispatch tion g 2 That any sheriff or other return- Â¬ ing officer failing to perform the duty im posed by first section of this act shall be subject to u fine of six hundred dollars to be recovered by indictment of 000 the grand jury in any court having jurisdic tion thereof and shall upon conviction of such failure be removed from office by the court in which such conviction is had 2 0 That for the purpose of ascei taming the number of citizens entitled to vote for Representatives within this State in the vejir lbbl there shall be furnished us hereinafter provided to the sheriffs and other officers of the election in August 1SS7 u registration book in which the officers of the election shall record the namus of till citizens entitled to vote for Representatives within this State at the said election The officers of the election shall be ex officio officers of registration mid shall hae said registration bok open lor Mic the record of said names betwe hours of 0 oclock a m and 7 oclock p m on the day of the August 1N87 oli eti n at all the voting places in thisConunou wealth Audit shall be the duty of all citizens of this Commonwealth who are entitled to vote for Representatives on the day of the next general election in August 1S7 to go before the sherills and other le turning officers of said election in the vot ing precinct in which they are severally entitled to vote and cause themschea to be registered on the poll book as qualified and names votcis of Ibis Commonwealth of any and all citizens living in thu district known to said officers to be entitled to vote lor Representatives onqndc known to them bj evidence on that day shall be registered as not voting And in the year J8S7 no other officer shall be authorized to make any list or return of the qualified voters of this Commonwealth nor shall any return thereof except thu registration books and certificates provided for by this act be made and all laws requiring list or returns of such qualified voters are hereby repealed so fai ns the year 16S7 is embraced therein The total number of votes so registered shall be the true number of citizens entitled to vote for Representatives within this State for the purpose of ascertianiog whether u majority of all the citizens of this State entitled to vote for Representative vote for calling a convention for the purjioiu of rc idonting amending or changing the Constitution i 4 The said registration books shall be appropriately ruled and headed so that tliey may aiid it is hereby enacted that the same shall be the poll books for recording the votes for and against the calling of the constitutional convention and for ascer taining the number of citizens entitled to vote for Representative uithiu the State It shall be the duty of the said officers ol election to propound to pvery voter the question Jo you vote for calling si constitutional convention or not If such voter shall answer in the nflirmativepliis name shall be recorded as voting for said convention if such voter shall answer in the negative his name shall be recorded us voting against said convention and if such voter makes no answer his name shall be recorded or registered ns not voting upon said question And it shall be the duty of thu oflieers holding the election at each voting place in the Slate to eeitify the total number of voters registered anil the number voting for culling the constitutional convention und to make out n duplicate certificate showing said facts The registration book shall be by them imme diately sent at the expense of the by niail to the Secretary of State at Frankfort Ivcnttipky and thu duplicate certificate attached to the poll book for the ejection of State officers and return therewith as now directed by law f The Secretary of State iu office at the convening of the General Assembly pext after the election iu August 1887 shall immediately upon the organization of the Fame transmit to each JJotisostatement prepared by him from tho said registration and poll books showing how inflity votes were at the said eleution cast iu favor of said convention and tliu total number of voters registered whether voting for or iigainnt or not at all Tho report He shall Khali be made up by counties retain the registration books for the use of examination and inspection of tho next General Assembly It shall bo tho duty of the officers whoso duty it is bv tho law to compare nnd enrtify thu votes tor State officers to make out from tho certificates returned with tho Stuto election poll books as above prothey certify tho vided and at the tim votes for Statu officers u certificate by voting places showing the total number of votis registered and thu number voting for calling a constitutional convention ami to send thu certificate to thu Secretary of Stuto and if thu registration hook proÂ¬ vided for above shall u to any voting place be lost destroyed or not uttrruVd thou tho Secretary of Statu In maklnir thu report to thu Genera Uiombly hliull uui thu information In tho certificate an to any nueh district or precinct and ho shall moreover uo thu certtflcttio to show thai ho has or bus not thu registration book fur each voting plucu In each county wuiuud In uM certificate Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- GEO 210 W E WIIITT Of Elliott County WITH Henry Knoefel TO 0 LYKENS Co 7 It shall be the duty of the Secretary of State after the adjournment of this General Assembly to mako out the form of n registration book nnd certificates to be made and iiRcd as herein provided and to furnish the same to the Public Printer forthwith and it shall be the duty of tho said Public Printer to make up and bind in the usual form one registration book with a certificate thereon lor each voting place in the State nlwo tho duplicate certificate and the county certificate und send the same to the several sherills who shall sec that they arc delivered and used at the vaiious voting places as herein required 8 That any offieor failing to do or perform any of the acts or duties enjoined upon him by the third fourth fifth sixth nnd seventh sections of this act shall be subject to a fine of five hundred dollars 560 to be recovrcd by indictment of any grand jury iu any court having jurisdiction thereof nnd shall upon conviction be removed from office by the court in whioh said conviction is had 9 That it shall be the duty of the Secretary of State to have this act advor tised in one weekly newspaper in each wherein county of this Commonwealth there is such paper published for four weeks and in one of the daily papers of ino cny oi jouisviiic xor iiuriv nays immediately preceding tho election and iu cverv countv said Scereturv shall cause to be posted at tho court house door a copy of tins act printed m iinnu nill lorm tor at least four consecutive weeks before such Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Market St Louisville Ky Solicits the patronage of Eastern Kentucky tor Blank Books Blanks vc election County Attorney Roal Estato Agent practices in all Courts in Wolfe and Ad- joining Counties and Court ot Appeals J iTCollections n Specialty and Notary Public AC Camiton Woivk County Ky RAKER r -- Attorney at Law JACKSON KY TB J A TAULBEE Physician and Surgeon 10 It shall be the duty of the Publiu Printer to print ten thousand copies of this act upon a ocperatc sheet of paper and deliver them to the Secretary of State who shall forward the same to the countv clerks of the various counties in this J Statc in such numbeiK ns to provide at least two copies thereof for each voting precinct said clerks shall deliver the same to the sheriffs or other officers acting iu the place thereof and it shall be tho duty of such sheriff or other officer to pojt one copy of said act at each Miting place and niiolhor copy at some in said publiu tcr uitnblo prior to place election ureejnet four tho ck Any offici r failing to edinre the duties r shall nrcscriicil in tliis section ot ti be fined tor each and everv failure t dollars to be recovered in any oour Inning jurisdiction thereof g 11 This act shall take eJiict and be in force from and after its passage Approved January 18 ISsiJ -- the impression there was not enough in- Â¬ terest felt to mako any special effort to Yet if your business men fcccure it could look into the future they might see a grand opportunity at this present time If they can securo this through trunk lino road from the Ohio River to the South Atlantic sea board openiug up to them what is now known as the Xcw South and four Atlantic porta All this portion of tho South is rapidly becoming a manufacturing people They need coal coke and all kinds of stock They will be wealthy and valuablo cus- Â¬ tomers and can be reached by a tlirect low grade first class road The securing of this trunk lino will sccuro to your county at least two other if not three branch roads which will como without the asking Now suppose you can obtain these branch roads atid do not get the trunk linr will tho branch lines develop your county nnd put your minerals and timber and stocK into tho mar- Â¬ kets of the world at a cost that will make it profitable to the operators In the first place it will be very difficult if not impossible to induce heavy capi- Â¬ talists to locate and invest large amounts Hut with under such circumstances the trunk line running through your county the whole situation js changed Extensive markets will be reached that you will be shut off from by the branch lines which aro feeders to the O anil O railroad which owns a city just outside your State Huntington and have extensive coal and iron worksof their own in Virginia And they arc the most dangerous competitors your people could have They have every advantage I hope your business men will look at this question in a commercial point of view ami see where their interests can be secured with the best future results You can get this road if you desire it and tho eflbrt to obtain it is a mere bagatelle compared to tho immediate bene Â¬ fits that will accrue to the peoplo and tno punty at large I am torry to trouble a hi by man with so long a letter yet there are nvoral important points not mentioned Â¬ - n ftfl Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- -- IiVspcct fully J S280 A FOR 35 CENTS S irs PA fvr J Jackson Breathitt County KENTUCKY B TAULBEE M A PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Ofilce HAZEL GREEN KY OUice over W T Caskeys store hours S to 11 A M and 1 to 1 r M All call 8 attended to day or night HOTELS IERATT HOUSENew The Phoenix HAZEL GREEN KY J 1 H Pieratfc Proprietor Â¬ am now running the little hotel around the comer on Broadway and respectfully invite my former patrons unci traveling peo ple generally to call nnd ead und feblcob by myblacc J II P1EUATT TVVY HOUSE Hazkl Gitrnx Ky Newly Fitted and Refurnihcd upon the table at all limes and the public iiicsts patronage is respectfully solicited will have ice and other luxuries to be had in first class country hotels In connection is a fine stable for lumes and shed room for vehicles in charge of good hostler Piistur age for horses Mas LOU DAY Proprietress J The best the market affords will be found Great Offer made by the Jlelltns rood leoplo of Iloston Mass In order to advertise AIiiliins Food the following offer is made to readers of this On receipt of Thirty five advertisement Cents Duliber Goodale fc Co proprietors of Miimns Food will mail to any ad dress two beautiful lithoed water eolor en gravings and n copy of Sunshine for Little Children a magazine crowded with chat til ing pictures and exquisite stories for the little oues These engravings are bv Ida Waugh the greatest of American child artists and Bouguercau of Paris whoe radiant child faces nru known in every quarter of the globe One an exquisite picture of rare excellence represents a lovely infant with a faceas beaming us the morning the other is a young miss iu school book iu hand puzzled over a difficult lesson They are now selling in Now York city at Onu Dollar and Twenty fivo Cents apiece They arc pronounced liy artists to bo works of unusual merit 1 hey offer both with tho beautiful Sunshine for the nominal price of Thirtv five Cents The ofier is nbsolutelv limited to 100000 pairs of pictures When these are gone the supply will be uxhaiisted As a mothers gift to her for the season girl or boy nothing could be more appropriate or sicccntable Mkmins Food is advertised only on the iusido of tho Sunshine covers All orders should bo ad Co Propriedressed to Dolibe Goodalcr 10 11 42 and M tors of MKlLINs FOOD Central Wharf Boston Mass Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ S100 FOR 35 CENTS Â¬ Â¬ To tho Mother of JJvory VitMf irl nl Itoy in the jUnltoil SIiium Co of Bosujii Messrs Doliber Goodnle Mass the proprietor of Miiuvh Food make the following offer to every mother in the Unitud States If you will scud Thirty-live Cents to their jdnce of businoss 40 11 42 it 13 Central Wharf Boston Mass they will mail to you postage paid an elegantly illustrated bound copyworth 100 This is a most of Our Picture Book magnificently illustrated book for children It is bound ip boards illuminated cover iu ten eolors lithoed water color frontispiece II pages cxtraWine paper and crowded with beautiful niijl exquisite stories from our most talented writers for the little ones Address Doliber Goodale A Co Boston Mass them dead Ans 4th Tho sheriff did not becauso the fight was brought on beforo the shcr- iff got to town by Craig Jay aud Pud r Toliver but after they had taken shelter in tho Central Hotel I demanded their surrender and told them they should bo protected if they would lay down their arms and come out They refused to do it 1 told them I would burn tho build Â¬ ing then and drive them out IscntJim JMannins wifo into the hotel to talk with them and tell them wo would not hurt them if they would coae fighting and come out She came out wringing her hands and crying and said they would not surrender Ans 5th Rud nnd and Jay Toliver and Hjram Cooper wcro armed as well sis Craig Hiram Cooper was shot iu tlio breast while shooting a large revolver at some of the fchorilfs posse in tho Court- hoiiho square They took a 44 calibre rifl nitf Winnluiitci tmu uuw F Pud Tolivcri II 1IIVI1IIMI hands after he was dead Alex Bradley has tho gun now It is said to bo tho ono formerly owned by Rumgurdncr Cook Humphreys deputy Jay Toliver was heavily armed and I saw Kim try to shoot George Craycraft with a 38 cahbro Wcbsou pistol after he vjw Smith thought to be dead Ans Oth Craig Tolivor fired the first shot with a Winchester rifle at a man named Bryant whom I sent from below the Cottage Hotel across to II 31 Pig mans store to know whether ho was ready and how many men ho had Bud and Jay both shot at Bryant beforo my jvutv fired at them Bud and Craig paw wtikiug over the railroad tract vlow the stock pen south nt fottr snots ueloro wo v SS t Â¬ THIRTEEN QUESTIONS Propounded by the Sent Imil DonioorM iml AiiKWurcd by I It Logiiu Last Saturday the Sentinel Democrat wrote to D J J Logan asking the follow- Â¬ ing thirteen questions relative to the re Â¬ cent bloody tragedy in Rowan county 1st How many men were there in the sheriffs posse and where did they come from Had they warrants for the par-Â¬ 2nd If so from whom wore they ties killed Â¬ Â¬ t Â¬ Â¬ SWANGO SPRINGS BOARDING HOUSES Even effort will be made to make every hing as pleasant for invalids and pleasure reckons as pontile during tlio coming siu jon Bates of Boarding icc very reusona hie Call on or address HARRISON SWANGO Hazel Green Ky for particulars Inriisun Kwnngo Proprietor Â¬ Â¬ Cotu-lmunu-n- Â¬ QOMBS HOUSE CAMPTON KY S S COMBS PllOPKIUTOK The patronage of the traveling public is respectfully solicited Table the best and every attention for the comfort of guests - ADAMS HOUSE G villi Ky Â¬ P Adams Pnoiiiiirroii This old and well known house has been thoroughly refitted and refurnished and is now open for the reception of the publio Nothing Shall bo Jafl Undone to Make fluent Comfortable G B Adams r - MISCELLANEOUS GLASouro now prepared to Â¬ W UnKiriG furnahall chiHsci with employment at home thu wholo of he time or for their uparo lunniotiu llutdiicfiH now light and prolltu f wither sex easily earn from or0 00 vents to per livening nml a proportion nivNuui by tlMvrifinir all lliulr mu to iliu uHnlneiii fioy ami girl earn nearly iw uuieh m men That all who ceo thl may send Ihelr Mriilrwaml tent tlio loudness we mako IhU ntfor 70 mieh an aro not well hutUlled we w in ttrH ont ilollar to pay for lie trou Ilv f wrlHmr Full lmrtloular tuid outfit Co AMnn Guoituu Stjnm a id Who instituted the movement Did the Governor concur in it It Wonll bo a Ornuil Trunk Ttne to tho 1th Did they demand tho surrondcr Sou Jiourd Opening Up u Murkut of all the parties killed for Our Timber nml Coals 5th Were Pud and Jay Toliver and Mt SrrRLiXG Ky June 2G 87 Hiram Cooper armed Spenoki CooiEi Esq Hazel Green Ky Gth Who fired the first shot and Diut Sut Since I was in your pleas what were the circumstances attending ant town I have been busy in examining it tho route from Mt Sterling to Pic Stone 7th Who is supposed to havo shot Gap There are five roads now pushing Madden of the shcrilfs posse In your opinion has the killing 8th for tliis point The iron deposits at this point are simply immense Tho lands made the condition of things better or arc nearly nil purchased that can be and worse all lauds und even town lots on tho out- Â¬ 9th Were TJnrry Clarke and Jlr skirts are hold at high figures Tho in Â¬ Hogg in the crowd when tho Logan boys vestigation shows that a line can ho ob- Â¬ were killed 10th What was the charge against tained over this route with low grade but is an expensivo rond to build hut niram Cooper would have immenso resources for ton lUli Wlm part did A T Young and this Jr plnv in tho killing of tho Logans age and splendid connections may bo adopted for the main line It nnd what caused him and Hurry Clarkp From I Jig Stone to go along has nvmy aa vantages JjJth Where were the Tali vers aw Gap we passed though Powells Valley into Tennessee and through Cumberland Cooper buried Is it true that Hiram Cooper Gap into Roll Knox Clay Owsley Leo Jiith Estill and hack to the starting point begged for his life and was killed iu Al Tho excitement at Cumberland Gap is jo Youngs room at tho Central Hotel II IH ANHWKIl quite as groat as at Rig Stono Gap and Many real estato has gouo skywards Mr Logan answers tho qucation in largo operators aro here Thby havo tho order in which they woro written aa como for business como to stay and follows chow their faith by paying fcpot cwh fur Ans 1st There woro 113 men in tho their property Largo amounts of capi Â¬ sheriffs posst but only about sixty of tal are being invested iu tho iron lauds thorn wcro summoned on account of tho of Tennessee and Virginia all along tho light being brought on by Hud Jay and routo from Cumberland Gap tq Dig Stono Craig Toliver before tho sheriff went iu Gap Tho routo from Cumberland Gap to see tltoiu nud ask their unconditional Four of tliurn woro from to Sit Sterling is perfectly practical and surrender the people along tho routo nru euthuniiw Morgan county about ton from Carter tlo lor tho tonil Tho chief engineer will and tho remainder woro from IIowmii eontlnuo hlii examinations una look over Dolph Mudden who wan wounded by tho other routes in nnlor to HHcortain by Cal Toliver yiw u cttlxuu of Ciirlur thorough uxamliiatlon tho inont prnclioa eon lily wild a oulut lionet limn Aim 2nd Thu tthorill IihiI warrant bio and desirable lino I do not know what for tho Hrrwt of Bvery iiihii Imt ww town tlilnk of this Jlno QliRrle your Io Kentucky mid Wfwi bjtt Imva killed und tlireu utters The wurrann THE KENTUCKY AND CHARLESTON Â¬ 1 obtained Ans 8th In my opinion thf Vdihg will be the turning point fur tN re condition of things m Rowan TM sdj the people of Rowan that tho TVIiv V are not invincible people and that Ml- lets wil shoot out a Tolivors life just quick as any other mans life Men who mean business have made up their minds that the Tolivers shall not teror- ize Rowan county and should they again renew their lawlessnces thit they will kill them out root nnd branch nnd rely upon executive clemency for freedom for any infraction of the law they make for Mich h summary method of making safe their lives and their homes Ans Oth Harry Clarke and George Hogg wero near by when the Logan boy were murdered Ans 10th Hiram Cooper was charg- Â¬ ed with aiding in tho murder of tho Lof gan boys Ans 11 th Harry Clarke was silm r moued to go along with the orowd toar rest the Logans Z T Young Jr vols unteercd but I understand he did notli ing but anxiously looked on Harry Chtrko and Z T Young Jr I expect arc innocent of aiding m tho murder Or the Logan boys Ans 12th the Tolivers wore buried in TClliottcounty Cooper was buried near his home in Rowan county Ans 13 It is not true that Hiram Cooper begged for his life or begged i all Ho was first shot out on tho street iu front of tho Central Hotel bar room nnd vils followed in Hhiint nnd shot in I Ai -m- i JIIU uiu uuiu in AitU urnujia IUUIII iuiu r insinuation that ho begged for his life is a mean and slanderous lie lfad ho laid down his arms or begged ho would not havo been killed niram Cooper wiw shooting a largo revolver tit some of tho men iu the Public Square when ho Was seen to run and fall into tho Central Ho- Â¬ tel I To may have crawled up stairs or may have been carried upstairs by porno When tho men ou one in tho house my side ran up stairs iu the Central Ho Â¬ tel and knocked the door open Hiram Cooper had iv largo pistol iu his hand and mado an eflbrt to shoot so 1 am in- Â¬ formed I did not see it at some ono of my men when ho shot Cooper through tho head with u WinchoHter rillo You need not hesitate to give that lie tin nail D B Logiui Â¬ -- C r Myth kri Muadu Madden does not knqv describes him exactly - t J e tnv- Ou er ehof Polph J4ivirbut hinido1 ijL v M v f tni rfe - 3 ill SH sSH IIH tl IT WILL PAY EVERY IntnlllKiUit Mother hi tho Iiiud o Hmi Thl vendiotifl eitdoDtoment from tho wife of tho Into Matthew riluipKon i v Lb liiidioii of thu MothodUt IvuIkcoiihI CiturwU1 iw llisv J IfrMtv Bjivtjik 4 8uiiiiliin for Littly ChUdrn Kflttiidt rl njoluti to Khuw iHttiipirnHiin eHuuruii r bivilbMHbl vhIuu of MdIMhh Dt tit m lJiiA UvLu rvw HBik vftim JiH VWH ftB n jfiSlfliBlH vjK Um trut ii ImvJ that HrwHKwy ih ynr iru lly ytmri mf yry mh Huh mSXw7 ii unh TnCSww mi mi v WmSBk pp -- ifwk V J A ftAfcllSHI TMaBHI S iiifek flrfiMlM g 4LJ V w ty m IV1hHeKHhB91hhhhDII ftirmallHMLn jaBtlMBMBwlMirM JRHBBBOlM Ji - - - II ft 1 NEWS NOTES r A Temperance- Tnlk to Youne Men by l Cardinal Gibbons arrived at New York Ilia Kcfotfmatlon Forty T llarnum Romo In im- Â¬ last weok on his rotnrn from ONLY Yeara Abo proved health I should have boon In my grnvo Only a glass In tho barroom Tho meeting of thothrcoEmpcrorswhlch Only a single glass twenty or thirty years ago if 1 had not doubtful is now rehas been considered Only n lack ot courage garded as almost assured quit drinking intoxicating liquors as I Only the answer yes Two oftlcors stated to bo of tho American did in 1817 I hail contracted tho Only an evil companion army und navy respectively havo comSlyly luring him on habit had built up a blind unnatural Only a free hearted Charlie mitted Buicido at Mount Carlo appetite for strong drinks and really And the fatal work is done Russia has forbidden that Chinoso shall liked tho taste of every kind of liquor acquire land in towns on tho Pacific coast Only a llttlo bit tipsy though I suspect I liked tho effects to lcaso cstntcs Thoy will only bo allowed Only blood shot eyes still better began to grow careless outside of towns Only a pleading mother The Connecticut Railroad Commission anil put off Only a wifes surprise anil slothful in business havo decided to allow Sunday trains to run Only an aching forehead until next week what I ought to havo Only a bruised face Tho Copper Reduction works of tho Zolo done to day Fortunately I discovered Only a broken promise Company at Santa Rosalie Cal have been Only u deep disgrace that the habit was destroying my partly burned Loss 500000 hoalth and my worldly prospects and The Municipal Council Irish National Only a cheerless shanty League of New York has indorsed Mr by a most determined will power I Without lire or wood And llttlo half clad children OBriens action whllo in that city conquered the powerful appetite which Wailing nnd crying for food King Humbert has decorated tho Arch- Â¬ I had acquired for intoxicants and Only curses for kisses bishop of Milan nnd his action is regarded I knew that habit Only sorrow und woe broke it forever as Indicating his deslro to conciliate the Only a drunken futhcr was second nature and that tho un Pope Only an angry blow natural appetite for strong drinks waA Edwin H Smith dealer in dry goods Only weeping children Brooklyn N Y has failed giving preferstronger than iiaturo itself for every Only a dying wife ences for ia000 Ho carried a stock of glass of liquor drank increased the de Only another promise about 15000 sire for another glass and so on ad Only a drunkards lifel Three boys named Beck and two named O The woe and anguish libitum aud therefore to have con Hongle nlfof Maquokotn la and none of What mortal tongue can tell nucred such a fearful habit was thethem over sixteen years of ago were Only u glass in tho barroom ugo whllo bathing in saving of my life and all that was drowned a few days Only a drunkards belli Mnquoketa river Schuyler Scar In Ohio Farmer worth living for Tho Hour mill of tho Stanard Milling When I found myself secure from Company of St Louis of which AN IMPORTANT DOCUMENT falling hack into the whirlpool of in- Stanard is president was destroyed XrantA Sot Fortli In tho Twenty Second toxicants I felt as a shipwrecked per- by lire a few days ago Total loss GJ000 Annuel Itrport cf tho National Tomiier son must feel when his life is barely insurance about S0KX nnco Society Henry Fuller president or tho Chlcopeo saved I tlio life boat while many of The twenty second annual report of his fellow passengers were still strug- Â¬ National bank Springfield Mass was stricken with apoplexy tho other day and tho National Tcniperanco Society and in the waves Being saved him Â¬ may not recover Ho is seventy six years j Publication House is an important his Â¬ gling self ho is excitedly anxious to save old and prominent in business circles toric document full of hope and en- Â¬ I felt so overjoyed at being Tho Cork Defense Union announces that couragement for the members anil others they aro farming acres of boycotted land at snatched from a habit which was sure- It has reat ly dragging me down to misery and n profit and that laborers seek their em- friends of the society proper manage- significance also as an exhibit of thu ploy They declare that by that I found my greatest pleasure ment the practico of boycotting can be mado marked anil gratifying progress of tho death consisted in circulating the Temper Â¬ noneffective Temperance reform in our own anil ance pledge giving Temperance lect- Â¬ A private telegram from New Zealand other countries ures free of charge all over the coun- Â¬ states that upon the defeat of the govern- Â¬ The sales of publications by the so Â¬ try and using every effort in my power ment in tho Colonial Parliament on tho budget last week the ministry at onco re ciety have been larger than in any pre- Â¬ to enlighten public sentiment in regard slcncd whereupon Parliament was dis vious year of its existence aggregat Â¬ to the fearful delusion of strong drink solved An appeal to tho country will be j ing 5 4oo As fie mercury in tho 1 partioularh urged young men andf taken Tho regular election has been set tlionnoiwUi indicates the temperature young women as I now do to start for Septombcr next cf mo atmosphere so does this fact of right in life to avoid this greatest evil General R C Newton a leading lawyc tho largo anil steadily increasing sale in the land because it is the parent nnd since the war one of the men prominent Democratic pollthtrs in the State of of the publications of this society at- Â¬ of nearly ever other evil known and few days ago He com- test the wide spread and growing pop Â¬ Arkansas 1 is sure to utterly destroy nine tenths manded biiu forces during tho Brooks-Baxte- r tho cause of Temper Â¬ of those wlio form the drinking habit war of 1874 and was the chief spirit of ular interest in ance As the contest with tho liquor 1 begged them to touch not a single the element that triumphed among oligarchy intensifies tho great prac Â¬ drop because like opium morphine Two Chinamen in iroiiB wore the steerage passengers by the steamer La tical value of Temperance literature of and other narcotics tlio drinking of Normnndie which arrived at New York tho rilit kind judiciously employed liquor calls for more more and more the other day from Havre The captain becomes more anil more apparent Its to produce the same e fleet thnt a little told Collector Magono they were put aboard Â¬ at Huvro by order of the French govern- possibilities for usefulness in awaken produced at first and thus an artificial ment He said they had arrived at Havre ing and guiding Temperance public and unnatural appetite was created that on a ship from San Francisco nnd were not opinion are just beginning to bo under Â¬ proved irresistible in a great majority allowed to stay Tho collector will not al- Â¬ stood anil appreciated by multitudes of of cases I showed the youth of this low them to land until ho hears from tho people hitherto indifferent to the sub country that their health happiness Stato Department at Washington jeet Tito Publication Committee have and success in life as well as of their Tho floods prevailing in tho south of Hun Â¬ gary show no signs of abatement Szcgidln kept pace with this new demand and posterity depended upon whether they Is crowded with fugitives from tho sub-Â¬ have added during the past year 122 started lifes journey on whisky beer merged districts All tho attempts mado new publications making a total of and other hrain niuddlers or on cold to repair the broken dykes havo been fruit 1593 embracing every phase of the less Upwards of 100000 acres of land question now on tho societys cata Â¬ water natures beverage which gives tho clear brain the firm hand under cultivation with wheat havo been in logue Of the extent of this Temper Â¬ tlio strong resolution nnd tho noblo undated and the crops totally destroyed ance seed sowing some conception may ambition to succeed in life financially Tho ceremonies nttending tho Inauguration of the work of building tho new Baltic be gained from the statement that durÂ¬ and morally canal held at Keil Germany tho other ing the past year 7 451950 pages have I am glad to know that I have start- Â¬ day were very impressive Tho Emperor been printed making a total of 711 ed thousands of young persons on tho William was tremendously cheered as ho 417427 pages since the organization of right track and that their example will appeared to pronounce the address express- the society ing tho gratification of tho government at save hundreds of thousands of their The missionary work of the society posterity and fellow beings It is one tho beginning of tho work j Dr Dnnford Thomas ono of tho coroners notably that among the colored people of tlio greatest pleasures of the even- Â¬ of London has mndo an extraordinary of the South assumes large and ing of in life that I can look back and statement apropos of the death by suffoca- proportions That durÂ¬ see the multitude of young married tion of a little child from being accidentally smothered in bed by its parents dccltir- - ing tho past year it has been largely men who were ruining themselves and ing that ho had had over two hundred such blessed for good there is abundant families by this social delusive and ab-Â¬ cases beforo him Dr Thomas suggests a gratifying evidence The submission solutely fatal habit of dram drinking cot as an alternative nnd sternly denounces of prohibitory constitutional amend Â¬ tho practico of letting babies sleep between ments in seven different States has whom I havo been able to convinco that thoy were on the wrong track and their pnrcnts romnrks at tho banquet given n marked impetus to Temperance to induce them to switch off and tako Mr Gladstones nt Swansea the other evening nrc under- Â¬ educational work in those States where- Â¬ the Temperance track for life Many a in amendment campaigns aro pending wifo and son aud daughter havo stood to bo equiqalcnt to an offer of concession to tho Unionists It is believed that a and has caused numerous and urgent clasped me by tlio hand and with meeting has already been arranged nt calls to be aildreso I to the society for which Lord Hurtington aud Mr Gladstono grants of literature for gratuitous dis- Â¬ streaming eyes have thanked nic for having saved them from misery and will discuss u basis of reunion of tho Lib- - j Tlio Missionary Committee degradation aud saving their father oral fuctlono in regard to an Irish policy tribution R W Shawhan a prominent citizen of j have expended during the year about and husband Tiffin O died at tho St Dennis Hotel New fifteen thousand dollars while the to Young married men in Bridgeport York city a few days ago Ho and his tal receipts from donations and legÂ¬ who were my tenants I have induced wife registered at tho hotel on tho 2ith of acies have boon less than ten thousand to abandon the use of liquor and tobac- Â¬ soon May Mr Shawhan caught cold very after and this with a complication of dollars Under these circumstances it co on condition that I would build and troublo of tho heart caused his death Mr is quite impossible for the society ad Â¬ sell them a house on credit to be paid Shawhan was seveuty fivo years old and a equately to meet the large and increas Â¬ for by installments Numbers of such millionaire ing demands which aro made upon iL men with growing families havo Tho captain of tho Lomax Rifles of Mo- Â¬ It is gr oatly to bo hoped that tlioso bile writes thnt under no circumstances who arc blessed with the means to givo in a few years owned the houses in thoy lived clear from debt will tho Lomax bo a party to any action which would relloct in the least upon tho will remember it henceforth with gen- Â¬ they having saved the money by integrity of tho officers of tho regular erous increased subscriptions cutting off their rum and tobac- Â¬ army who wore judges in tho veceut com Tho public anniversary of the Socie- Â¬ co expenses and earned moro money potltlvo drill nt Washington ty celebrated in tho spacious Broad Â¬ by their renewed energy strength and A convention was held nt HarriBburg Â¬ ambition There is not one redeeming Ph tho other day to organize n National way Tabernacle was a very interesttho attendanco quality in tho liquor drinking habit It ing occasion Though Trado District of Iron and Steel Workers About forty delegates were prosont repre- was not quitjo as largo as in some pre Â¬ docs no possible good and it inflicts all senting tho States of New York Ponnsyl vious years it was representative in manner of evil upon its victim his vunin Virginia Wast Virginia Now Jersey character aud included upon tho plat Â¬ family and friends It is tho most de Â¬ Ohio Indiana Delaware and Maryland An form nnd in tho body of tho church grading poverty breeding aud utterly Â¬ organization was effected nnd tho commis sioned organizer authorized to mnko an ap-Â¬ many well known clergymen loading destructive infatuation thai over para Â¬ plication to tho gcnoral body of Knights of citiens und representatives of various lyzed tlio hopes comforts and charac Â¬ Labor for a churter Temperance organizations Tlio sev Â¬ ters of tho people of this otherwise Larry Donovan who jumped from tho eral addresses woro eloquent anil im- Â¬ blessed America P T yjf Brooklyn and Niagara bridges leaped Into pressive eliciting many indications of tho Thames from Loudon bridgo lust Sun Â¬ Intemporanco and Labor day A largo crowd had collected to bco hearty commciulatiou The outlook for tho onMiing year is tho font and Donovan was loudly applauded In the fields of industry says Uov Ho refused to accept nny money for tho morn hopeful aud reassuring than over T J Comity capital and labor nro performance saying that tho jump was before lor tlio first tlnio iu It his Â¬ often iu disagreement but tho merci merely to keep in practice The distance tory it enters upon tho new INoal year less eouholoss enemy of labor h lutein In- Â¬ was only about slxty llvo foot Donovan The exigencies of tho poraiice tend to jump from tho Clifton bridgo at fruo from debt Bristol which la tho highest structure of societys work will however certainly At times capital and labor ngreo and tho hind In England create larger demands upon it than the contest ceases or is inolllled But Thomas V Onkos gonoral nmiingor of the ever before TIiomi demands It should between labor and lutempunuicu thoro Northern 1aulllc railroad created some ex cltumout In rullroml circles the other day ho enabled by lis inciuburw and rloudu can never hu any truce and liitempitr fully and adequately to moot Let iuico will oouou to lulllit duniHjjo only by add reusing a communication to tho Mln noaolu Htutu Board of Railroad Cointii thmo ho ovorywhoro union and iicitrty when It has been overcome and nut alouera claiming that thoy hud no juua co operation for tho utmost dlMonur compromised with diction over hi lino und could not dictate ugemeut of Injurious noiu drinking Teinporamm will initio mora knoli what ruto he hould make The ground mmgmi and tbo entire abolition of thu In tlio labor problem tlmu all tho law he take N that tho road wvu lncorvordc4 ami I subject wily tu Inhpdtoiu rvitUu tn strong di1nk by act of Cmigre wj thut all thu JgWimm in tlivwmitiy Federal dlcjatUia - Hazel GitEEN Herald KENTUCKY NEWS NOTES August 17 at Harrisburg Sir George Jnmcs Finch Hatton tho Earl Tho Pennsylvania Republican State Com mlttco havo called tho Stato Convention for TEMPERANCE k Vk PERSONAL EXPERIENCE HAZE sri 1IAZELJ TH The boll SFENCEIl COOPEH Publisher Wh i I 1 On II K M i w fc El fc K K fet i t ivi RK t - IL of Winchilsca England is dead Ho wus born on tho 31st of Mny 1815 Major John H Ewing an undo of James G Blnlne and tho oldest citizen of WashCURRENT TOPICS ington Pa died tho other day nged ninety years Editor OBrien has sailed for homo A dlsputeh from Manila says tho Spanish BouuLNonuadownfall pleases Bismarck expedition to tho Sooloo Islands has capThe West Indian molasses crop is small tured tho Island of Tnpula after a desper Sixty seven people dio every minute in ate light with tbo natives A special from Schulenbcrg Texas svs this world that Dan Rico tho showman wa married ALTnouan present a blind man is always thoro to Mrs Robinson a wealthy widow out of sight nnd cattle owner Tiik post ofllco omployes number ninety Captain J T Stockdalo superintendent of tho Pittsburgh te Cincinnati steamboat six thousand men died Knoxville Tcnn partios aro about to packet line City suddenly at his home in Allegheny Pa tho other day of heart bore for petroleum discaso The New York Herald advocates tho Tho four men Barbour John and Chced coinago of half cents Craft and Ussery under arrest at Austin The Government is about to stock Bait Texas for tho McNeil train robbery havo Lake Utah with shad been discharged No cluo to ttio robbers Wolves and foxes aro rapidly increasing has been found In some sections of Illinois Tho Secretary of tho Interior has disYojtK is making a movoment for barred Jefferson H Foxworthy of Lincoln New Neb from practico before tho interior Dc three cent street car faros A Missoum woman six feet tall has just partmen Dr M Jewctt an old and highly re married a man of four feet four promiEng- Â¬ spectcd citizen of Akron O and The will of Mrs Henry Wood tho nent among Ohio horticulturists died tho lish authoress bequoaths JW0000 other day aged sovonty ilvo years New Youks latest novelty is a Clerks Tho extensive wire goods fnctory of Fred Association for marrying rich women J Moyer Manufacturing Company CovingThe pa3t month of May was tho dryest ton Ky was particially destroyed by lire known in tho records of tho Signal Ser- Â¬ tho other day Loss 30000 fullv covered vice by insurance A hurricane accompanied by a gigantlo PiTTsmnioii expects to hnvo all her elec- Â¬ tric wires underground by July 4 next waterspout broko over tho submerged region in tho vicinity of Mnko Hungary tho year Mu Thompson of Now York has mado other day washing away several workmen 4000000 out of pics In tho last twenty who were engaged in repairing the dykes An explosion occurred in a coal pit at yoars Golscnklrchon ntown in Westphalia Prus The notorious ox Governor Moses of sia a few days ago Forty ono bodies were South Carolina is pardoned out of jail taken out and It was believed thoro wore again still twclvo bodies in tho pit A license to practico law has been Tho Now York Stock Exchnngo havo Issued to David Royston colored at Ash listed tho new silver bullion certificates lund Miss prepared by tho Western National bank In California they wear thimbles while which it expects will make Nov York inating grapes to avoid staining tho lingers stead of London prices the standard quotations of silver with tho fruit Tho Stato of Nebraska lias retaliated for Eiiwin Booth and Mrs Langtry aro both tho alleged unjust quarantine established investing largely iu mortgages on Now against it by Colorado by resolving to do York property n quarantine against thnt Statewhlgh The amount rcnlized from tho sale of tho claro is justified by tho oxistonco of moro action French crown jowols completed tho other than one contagious discaso among cattle dny was 11710000 Advices from tho Congo country state So called Vienna bread wo have in this that Mr Stnnloy Is making good pro r cv country is said by a correspondent to bo on his journey toward the rello oi Emin unknown in Austria Bey His expedition passod tlie confluence Theiie8 millions in Mexico otherwise of the Congo and Knr i rivers in tho early how could tho total debt of tho country part of May and expected to reach Bolobo very soon thereafter umount to 151000000 Tho Stato Department has been informed The death of William A Wheolor loaves ho venorablo Hannibal Hamhu tho solo thnt Russia has raised import duties on iron and steel and manufactures of those living thirty per cent Tin President and his wifo eolobrated mctuls twcnty ilvo or has ordered tlio North Sccrotary Whitney tho flrBt anniversary of their niurnugo by Atlantic fleet to proceed to Now Haven fishing and lighting mosquitoes Conn to participate in the ceremonies at Buiouts discaso seems to bo a malady tho dedication of the Soluicrs and Sailors f distinguished men in this country as monument gout is or used to be in England Colonel Bates superintendent of tho free Coffee is still at a fancy ilguro of 100 delivery system Postoftlce Department has per cent moro than it is worth but chic- Â¬ directed that tho free delivery or carrier be established in the following ory and burned peas aro very cheap Bvstet Pueblo Col It is claimed by Key West physicians cities to tako effect July Danbury Conn Sioux Falls Dak Cham Â¬ that tho disease is not yellow fever but pagne and Evnnston III Wellington inoroly a malignant acclimating fever Kan Bath Me Rome N Y Middle Sweden has become a great exporter O and of butter Tho amount sent abroad last town Piqua and ITiflln man Westerly Brat Tex Slier Woousoeket R year was valued at moro than f 1000000 tloborough and Montpclicr Vt PortsRecent investigations show that tho mouth Pa wholo country below Lake Superior is n Cornelius Vnnderbilt J J Astor and D mass of mineral mostly m agnatic iron Willis Jamos the banker havo each sub- Â¬ ore scribed 100000 to the fund for tho erection Theiie is a report thnt Hon Charles A of n great Episcopal cathedral In New York Dnna is to turn his journalistic tripod over city to his son Paul and rotiro on January 1 A match raco for 51000 a side has been 1888 made by Kansas City partios between two running horses Tho contestants are to run An Ohio woman recently heats best three in ftvo her sleep talking husband so effect Â¬ ively that a divorce suit Is now in full i The race will bo run over tho Washington Park course Chicago blast Aaron L Stlm one of tho best known Is tho purposo of tho Treasury Do It colored men in Pennsylvania died at Readpartmont to substitute paper currency ing that State a few days ago aged n for gold coin as tho money of tho Pacilio He was prominent in years Coast slavery days as one of the underground The Motlakaha Indians who nro a trlbo railroad lenders In assisting fugitive of civilized Indians from British Colum- slaves to escape bia havo recently established a colony in Quito a numbor of counterfeit of so flno Alaska workiunnship that exports find dlfllculty in Miss Kate Field has boon In SaltLako distinguishing them from tho genuino coins for a month watching tho effect of tho aro In circulation throughout tho West Edmunds Tucker law and she pronounces Specimens of tho spurious coins have been sent to tho Philadelphia mint whero their it a failure Philadelphia Buffalo and other largo value will bo determined A dispatch from St Petersburg says tho Northern cities nro preparing to eclcbrato Czar is greatly incensed nt tho tono of tho Independence Day In tho good Russian press in commenting on tho foreign stylo policy of Russia and has caused tho editors The Now York Legislature has passed a of several lcadlncnowspapers to bo severely lawmaking marrlago Impossible unless reprimanded Tho Czar is represented as tho man is eighteen and tho woman sixteen being oxtromoly anxious for tho continu years of ago nnco of friendly relations between Russia Holloway tho patent mcdlcino man nnd Germnny Larry Donovan tho bridge jumper was who recently died willed his immonso fortune to a strangor and loft his ngod sis Â¬ arraigned nt tho Bow streot police station London tho other dny on u charge of disters penniless Alkxandeh Coxe who this year gradu- orderly conduct Ho attempted to jump arated from Yolo is tho heaviest man who from tho Westminster bridge but was pur- Â¬ rested beforo ho could accomplish his over received a diploma from thnt institu- Â¬ pose Donovan complained to tho magis Â¬ tion Ho weighs S5 pounds trate thnt tho police wero meddling with The pack of salmon so far on tho Pacific him that ho only wanted to show that It coast is sraallor than last year and tho tlsh was possible to jump from the bridgo and received are also diminutive Tho pros swim to tho shore Larry was cuutioucd poets are considered gloomy by tho mnglstrato not to do it again and Sunflo wkkh make n good hot lire nnd was then discharged for centuries hnvo been raised for fuel in Tho Grant Monument Association of Turtary and Russia Now thoy nro being which ox Governor Cornell is chairman has cultivated for that purposo in Dakota Issued u circular inviting designs for a The damage caused in Michigan by tho monument or memorial building to bo erected at the tomb in Rtvorsldo Park A forest fires this spring is estimated ut 000000 a large part of which is duu to jury composed of eminent architects and the destruction of the town of Lnko Un artists will solect tho boAtdesign submitted dton A Berlin correspondent wires that a fuelKloxua has uo Htnto Board of Health ing of groat approhoiiHloii prevnlls In offi wktek Is unfortunate now that yellow cial circles hi that city Tho Empuror has Invar la within her borders Tho gonoral fretted so much over the misfortune of tho Government has bwu Riinoiilotl to by tho Crown Prlnco thut ho is in a mental con dltlon which unlWs him for tho transaction Governor own doll Major Pookm srcs wheeled a barrel of of even routine business and his Insomnia cato hoalth U put In gruvo peril by upmea upon wheelbarrow thlrtyalx Report mike from Jh1Ih Hill ftrm to HoMoh to gary show from tho Hooded district In Hun no change in the situation Do etamen waiter In the PrwWeutlal apair la everywhere prevalent and the dis W h or m MMptttgR tress of those who have ilesert4 their tm tJx tu u th werM ar hornet to vmiipa the Hoed have been pll IiiMaiL with M HMHUUm ar 4 Mi si laged hy Hhjkl marauder and the peeple iHteHt m saving their live h4 teplnT i4VjWMMl Cant China fcw theeverMwef lh water are pevverlm U WeveHt the rewevHl t their pvepwtr Â¬ ilAZEL GREEN Â¬ Â¬ From TclHnB To all In merr They Or wall Â¬ Â¬ Arer So 13u V 1 To da 33ut Inh Pi Ing ilu To Wit Tq uii On S 13 Â¬ Â¬ 1 - How Th How V7 Â¬ Hut At How Tl -- Â¬ Thr A Â¬ Ciu T Th Ar Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Tl Â¬ Â¬ Ai V 7 Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rapidly-incre- j asing J cross-examine- d three-cighth-mli- o J Â¬ sovon-ty-scve- Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Urt W fa fJE t - g M pm L irtwwrri1 yiiiiiHiiii 4 i fr K -- Hazel Green Eerald SPENCKU COOPEIl s with lightning Hushes followed by deaf Â¬ ening thunder peals Helen bearing tho boy his crutches nml tho heavy carpet bag ran tho gaunUot of tire darting lightning to tho tree where they were only partially to go got employment by which sustain This feeble little herself aud brothor there Sartinly this child would dlo aforo fellow could not go far and ho ww not morning out o doors an1 yo must dapablu of enduring any hardships either go there or back to Mr Stu-Â¬ Already ho had a dry hard cough aud arts his cheeks burned with an unnatural Helen had determined not to go back heat Still ho shivered until his clothes to Mr Stuarts be the consequences as were dried through Then Maggie a they might and was forced to sock cross servant girl gavo him somo supÂ¬ lodging under tho roof of an enemy per and showed Helen a miserable room Better perhaps would it have been to over tho kitchen with a miserable bed have died in tho woods than for that in it poor girl to havo gone near tho house Sho went to bed supperless for sho of James Arnold was almost overcome by her anxieties Well boy mount up hero on my and humiliations She slept that dream- Â¬ pack an Ill carry ye said Pete in a less yet uuhealthful sleep which somevoice so cheerful that little Amos times como to disturbed minds ami laughed in spite of his suffering seems to leavo them at morning in a Helen bellied him on the pack which worse condition than they were the night the peddler had not uusluug aud then before She found her brother somewhat gave him his crutches while she took up refreshed by his slumbers though his the heavy carpet bag little cheeks looked palo and wan His Theyll think Im the organ grinder bright blue eyes had lost something of man little boy and yer my monkey their luster It wts with considerable said Pete with a laugh so hearty that anxiety that sho noticed the chango in Amos joined him and a smile flitted her brother Poor little cripple al- Â¬ over the sad face of Helen though a clog to hold her down to The road was very muddy and trav- Â¬ slavery and drudgery sho loved him It was fully three oh how dearly sho loved him Sho eling difficult fourths of a mile to the house of Mr would enslavo herself suffer all man- Â¬ Arnold and the roads were in such a ter- Â¬ ner of insults for that deformed boy rible condition that Helen Lakeman who had bien a cripple from infancy with the large carpet bag was almost Peto Are you going to stay hero exhausted when she reached it asked her after breakfast as ho was Pete the peddler never seemed to getting his pack ready Yes Pete I can do no better the tire but sung snatches of comic songs he plodded along for the amuse Â¬ girl said as ment of the boy Helen was very Youvo got a hard row to boo now much afraid that he was tiring Pete or I dont know picayune calico when out and begged the peddler to let him 1 see it walk but the good hearted fellow de Â¬ I know it answered Helen hor clared he was as fresh as tho colors on head bowed in her hand but God his new bit calico and clear through will give me strength to endure it and without fadin or ravelin poor little brother is not able to travel The house was reached at last and Well gal when I was in Chicago I Mrs Arnold with her glasses on aud met Warren Stuart and promised him nose high in the air met them at the to kind a look after ye Ho didnt door imagine it would come to this I know Now ef ye ever need a friend Im tho CIIAPTEIl IX man for ye to call on S11K IS THK THIEF I will not hesitate to inform you tho Why who are these anyway portly Mrs Arnold asked giving her when it is necessary for one to befriend No one said Helen sadly Helen me head a supercilious toss muddy and bedraggled was hardly however can help me now I must while the miserable earn 1113 own way recognizable Oh yes I know Tknow said Pete child on the peddlers pack scarcely Then in an undertone he added looked like a human Dont let em get any advantage oye Dont ye know me Misses Arnold or theyll give cotton for woolen fillin Pete asked Yes this is Pete the peddler an every time an ye watch that gal Miss lem me see why aint this Helen Lake Ilallie Shes a tiger cat and mad as get out because ye stole her beau man It is said Helen with all tho Helen hardly blushed at this for sho spirit she had at command for some Â¬ felt too sad She had mado no effort to how she regarded Mrs Arnold in somo capture the man on whom Miss Hallio way as the author of her present mis Â¬ had set her heart aud regarded her erable condition victory as a calamity Why yes it is Poor child what When Pete was gone and she alone in the world brought you out in the she said Oh why was I not born said Mrs Arnold looking first hideous rain Why am I so unfortunate down and then tossing her head high Maggie was allowed a weeks vaca- Â¬ in the air tion to visit her friends in Newton and 1 started out to find a new situation Helen allowed to take her place and we were caught in the rain Pete At tho end of that time Ill havo came along and kindly offered to assist you a good permanent place said us this far Mrs Arnold Well now Helen I just need a giri Helen was soon busy in tho kitchen the worst kind for a few weeks and if and her mind so engrossed that sho al- Â¬ you will stay here I will give you good most forgot a part of her misery Lit- Â¬ wages said the artful woman who tle Amos sat in a large chair near tho even then was revolving a plan in her kitchen stove his little cheeks red mind by which Helen could bo shipped while he coughed a dry hacking cough She knew it would Helen had wrapped her faded shawl out of the country not do to let her go to Jonathan about his shoulders and talked as Evans across Sandy Fork creek for cheerfully to him as she could 1 dont like this as good as I did at said tho little fellow Mr Stuarts theres no angels here sister You will como to like this better little when you are here longer brother I dont think I will theres no angels here There are no angels anywhere save in Heaven said Helen cheerfully as she pinched the pie dough around tho edge of a fresh made pie But they were good enough thero for angels to come to me in my sleep tiu js Stfilfejl sister no angels will ever como to mo in my sleep here the people are too fc 6 u EB PERSONAL AND LITERARY Gordon dimming likened an AfriÂ¬ can junglo to a forest of fish hook re-Â¬ lieved by an occasional patch of pen- Â¬ knives Ex Uhiof Justice Groono of Wash Â¬ ington Territory throughout his sov ontccn years sorvico on tho bench always refused to accept a free pass from any transportation company Ho is said to bo tho only official in the Territory who lm9 had auch scruplos Mary Stowart a negro woman of Taliaferro County Go has invontoda car coupler that is said to bo simplo and about perfect Sho say3 that tho idea camo to hor liko a droam and sho mado a model according to hor vision Mrs Stew- Â¬ out of old oyster cups art was tho first slavo born to Alex- Â¬ ander II Stovens N Y Sun Miss Mary Tillinghast is ono of tho most successful among thowotnon who havo mado a business of docorativo art Vandorbtlt onco paid her 30000 for inventing a now kind of tapestry hang Â¬ Sho supplied tho ings for his houses designs for tho stained glass window just orcotcd in Grace Church Now York roprcsonting Jacobs Droam As Thackarays women characters have been difficult to understand among a vast numbor of readers and critics tho following opinion of women from tho author may bo road witli interest I am afraid I dont respect your sex onough though ho writes to a f rlond Yes I do when thoy aro occupied with loving and sentiment rather than with Chicago Times other business of life Hjalmar Hjorth Boycson says tho New York Sun picks up a groat doal of material for litorary work during tho season and resorts- unblusingly to flirtation in order to got it At tho closo of a vacation on tho lslo of Shoals ho bade good byo to a young lady with whom ho had carried on a Uirtntion with tho words I am vory glad I met you you havo been worth at least - Would it bo right for m U tf- Publisher KENTUCKY HAZEL GREEN - THE BELLS OF EARTH Die bolls of earth go sounding on From ninny an ancient steeple JTclllnjj tholr talcs of joy and woo To nil the waiting people In merry Htralna of fo9tul mirth They cheer our hours of Kladncjs Or wall their cry when midnight liamc3 Are raging In tholr madness So on they ring theso bolls of earth With note that never changes lint over all the chords of life Tholr myotic music ranges To day they mourn a nations los3 In heavy moans of sorrow But rhant the tripping wedding march In gladsome tones to morrow To day they sing of victory With banners gayly tfylng Tomorrow requiems Tpr the slatr On all the winds arc uihing So on they ring thc3o bolls of earth With note that never changes But over all the chords of life Their mystic music ranges How gently on the morning air Tho Sabbath bells are oalllng How softly at tho hour of prayer When evening duos are falling But when deaths sad procession moves Aud bells are slowly tolling How mournfully upon tho ear Those waves of sound come rolling So on thoy ring theso bolls of earth With note that never changes But over all the chords of life Their mystic music ranges Tholr note is one but human souls All thoughts and passions blending Can turn tho music at their will To each emotion bonding Theso songs from turret and from tower Which oer the land are ringing Are echoes from tho self same song Which evory heart Is singing So on they ring those bells of earth With noto that never changes But over all the chords of life Their mystic music ranges P 1 IKTK THK IKDDLER A Tarttox in CongregafionalUt HELENMKE3IAN OItT-- The Story of a Young Girls Struggle With Adversity Authob op Copyright Â¬ by john b mtjsick lSSfi Waltkh biiownpikm Thk Baxkhh op Bedford Etc by A A Ktllogg Xmapaper Co CONTINUED CHAPTER VII Farewell Helen my dear but will 3ou leave no word for brother War- Â¬ ren Helen paused a moment while a look of pain overspread her faee then st niggling to keep back tho tears she said No no I have been very wicked to think so much about him it has caused ii ii this trouble already you Turning about she started down the At this moment a merry voice was road accompanied by the little cripple heard singing Iose stood and watched them as they Come all you darling ladles Remember what my trade is passed over the hill moving very To please you I will try slowly for little Amos was unable to I have ribbons and Ive laces Oh go fast and then she sobbed To adorn your pretty faces So of Pete the peddler buy God will father and mother ever bo Although 1 come nearer forgiven for this wrong You seo Im no dearer Bursting into a fresh Hood of weep- Â¬ Than tho man who lteeps the store ing the kind hearted Rose threw her I can sell a dress and trlmmin With a costly table llnon belf down in a fence corner to be Cheaper than ever before a thunder aroused a moment later by Tho song and voice were both famil- Â¬ peal which seemed to shake the earth iar to Helen Tho song was Pete the to its very center peddler sown composition whether it was original or merely a parody fixed CHAPTER VIII SHEITKK Wrril AN KNKMT up to lit Pete no one knew but it Helen Lakeman watched with some suited ids business and he sang it She knew it was Pete before he came anxiety those great black clouds rapidly spreading over tho horizon Little in sight around the lane with his large Amos hurried along as fxst as he could pack on his back and an oil cloth the terror of being out in a thunder Â¬ spread over it to keep it dry He storm made him tax his strength to tho paused a moment when he saw Helen utmost Struggling and panting up and her little brother and gazed at tins hi lie looked his sister in tho face them in wonder Wei say now what in tho name o with an anxious look and said Sister do you reckon it will catch common sense are ye doin out here in he stammered removing his the rain us I hope not brother Lot mo carry pipe from Ids mouth We are going somewhere Helen you on my back will you not No no no said tho cripplo you answered Ye are well where are vou goin have that big carpet bag with all our clothes in it thats enough for you coming from the muddy lane to tho tree where they were standing without carrying me I dont know Helen said sadly But you can carry the carpet bag we are hunting a new situation and I carry you A new situation and Pete That wont mako it any better gasped tho boy panting from his exer- Â¬ knocked the ashes from his pipe tion The sun which had shown want tho old one good enough Yes good enough for me but I was through a rift in the cloud was soon said Helen obscured and a heavy peal of thunder not good enough for it rolled along tho western horizon mak Â¬ sadly Oh yes I understand now said ing tho earth tremble Oh sister Pete removing his cap and scratching cried tho despairing I can seo through his iron gray head child it will catch us its comin We will go as fast as we can said it jist like it were five cent calico Umph Iklen her face white with terror as Uiuph They didnt tell ye back to the she behold tho black cloud farm house why ye were discharged No except thov did not want a Sbter little Amos panted dont is girl you think tho Day of Judgment Well perhapH they didnt and so comin No brothor donr only a heavy yo dont know where yer goin No sir thunder storm Well if yell enmo with mo Ill boo Wild and angry darts of lightning Im a shot athwart tho nky in almost every that ye hev a nights lodgiu to Mr Arnolds to stay all night direction and tho thunder became In goin Jreat drops of rain began to an Its the nearest plaeo for ye ccviant Hut Pete I do not waul to go there ami fall striking tho road spat spat sending tho dust in little clouds with He Is the man who ruined us and and took away our home Oh I never each fall Wo cant got nowhere sister want to get in liU power again I know Iimii thoddy lies a lav pleaded little Amort In despair good at bo I tilled up with Tliat largo oak at the flilo of tlio piece lane will ioter Uri cried Helen tul tanli an color not ftitby any mimiin but then when lies paid for a night higher brothorln her iinna Thn ruin dont know any oilier house how liegun In full In w could riwult ufct u dark UHU WlfTUUM HUUW UU UUrtYUUj WCf sheltered from the rain and in constant peril from the lightning A tree not a dozen rods away was shivered from its branches to its roots and both Helen and the child so shocked they fell to the ground Oh sister we will be killed wo will be killed cried Amos Then we will go to Heaven brother dear said the brave girl smiling in the midst of the storm you want to go there dont you But I dont want to go this wav Dont bo alarmed little brother God is near He rides on the tempest and can shield us from harm Oh sister pray for us Helen prayed fervently for God to spare them not only from tho dangers of this tempest but from greater storms of sin and temptation The tree afforded them but a poor shelter and they were soon soaking wet The storm abated The rain still fell though not in such torrents and it had grown considerably cooler after tho storm Both Helen and the little crip- Â¬ ple were shivering with cold It has almost stopped now let us go on said Helen Where will we go asked tho trembling boy I do notr know wo must not stay hero at the roadside we must find a shelter some where 1 am ready sister to go anywhere with you Let me carry you No no lean walk But see the road is muddy now from the rain and von can not jro fast on vour crutches Please let sister carry 500 to mo Among the works which have been recently translated into Japanoso Is John Bunyans Pilgrims Progress It is hardly to bo wondered at that this wonderful book should have taken hold of the Japanoso mind at once From cortain recent reports mado by local missionaries and others it is gathered that Bunyans immortal allegory is tho most popular book in Japan Indian apolis Journal t HUMOROUS Every cat has its night koy It Burlington Free 1ress Tho latest catch Is Did you ever sec a cent and a quarter Dont ansur too impulsively Philadelphia kco2s it in its voice Cali r v that a mans movemonts aro nnitr instead of rectilinear is but uuXJiei way of calling him a t married man rciuul- tht tho principal difference between a mans hat and a womans bonnet is about twelve dollars Minneapolis Journal It is a singular fact but neverthe Â¬ less true that when two young men How meet they address each other and that when old are you old man My boy fellows meet thoy say Why Need Wo Dlo A - crank It Is a very chilly day When ndvertlsumonts fall to vaunt Somo cure to drive sharp pain awuy And 1111 a long fot want A wise want to pawn my watch Oh yes thats reasonable onough instead of a fish it was a fissure Indianajwlis Journal Lend mo five dollars I noed thorn very much What forP I lowed by an earthquake print to declaro that Jonah was man has Just rushed into swal- Â¬ iW LITTLE AMOS ON THE lKDDLKItS PACK hl MilnI they wanted a girl the worst kind By some means she inusc be detained a few days until a situation could lie found for her whero Warren would never dis- Â¬ cover her again Why bless me child you are just as wet as yon can be ami all bedrag- Â¬ gled too Wont you go in to the fire Theres a good one in the kitchen and this poor little half frozen child with you said Mrs Arnold in her assumed sympathetic manner while she kept her head well elevated in the air to peep under her spectacles said By your leave Mrs Arnold Pete Ill put down my pack in the hall aud go in tho kitchen too Of course Pete do so you know enough to make yourself at homo here Yes an a most anywhere else placing his pack of goods in the hall Helen sat by the kitchen stove hold Â¬ ing her olilvcring brother on her lap There was a struggle going on in her breast Ought she to stay at the house Her pride nwojtod at of Mrs Arnold the idea for she knew Hint would he Tho Mibjeoted to every humiliation proud IlitllSn depUid hr us alio did the worm that crawled beneath her lucu But then whvw uUt would aim Mrs Hondricks said Dumloy to tho landlady at breakfast will you allow mo to criticiso your coffoo Certainly Mr Dumloy Its too In your bracelet gone Ilallie Thou Mrs Hen Â¬ Tho last voice was that of her mother strong and hot dricks beamed upon her boarders and who was just entering from the hall later when Dumloy snld ho was sorry Yes cried tho vexed Hallie to disappoint her sho told him pleas Â¬ Whero is it antly that any timo boforo tho first of I dont know I laid it hero last tho month would do N Y Sun night Aro yoa First Omaha Damo Whero P Soeond still boarding Omaha Hlght hero on my dressing case Yos hut it is n grtfat trial Damo said Mrs Yva thats so father Arnold to Mr Arnold who stood at My room Is novor half attended to No and tho ImlU are It Isnt the door whip in hand ready to go There was a frown on his florid dirty and tho parlor always coated freckled faee ami the red or roan col Â¬ with dust aud you can hardly soa Indeedl ored beard on his chin stuck out through the windows Aud nothing is ever cooked right Mtralght It wit a common remark that Judge Arnold carried his chin u half the thing art burnt and the other half nearly raw high In tho ulr us his wife did her nose WU I d eland Why you are nliuoet m badly lONTINUIl TO H ot a it you kept keuw h4 h4 JNInnm may he golden hut mute Klrh bw rawly uilllluuulic - irf niitrli littln well for you took brother you are not cold in tho rain yesterday Yes butdpntmind me sister dont mind me said tho patient boy At this moment Helon heard tho rough voice of Mr Arnold in tho hall Hallie if you aro going with me to town to day I want you to hurry up he said I will bo ready soon father What makes you so long I cant find ono of my bracelets Vmii t 1 Ir bad In- Â¬ dont need any monoy for that deed I do I must get it from tho Jewelers Week watchmakers first But you m miit nnf now ono there I mean Who painted A young chap named Sincere it Yes indeed Has he studied abroad Why ho was a favorito pupil of Raphael or Michael Angelo or somo Thats not a bad landscapo tho othor old master though 1 actly rcmomber which it was Topics dont ex- Â¬ Town I 9 tBJL M keeel lBBKJelBBBH j iWJel Vi - JM vmmMmmmmmmMaamBm TBf QW o UftBKi j awa sytfw Hazel Green Herald rUBUSHJSD BY SPENCER Subscription M eimmhkm warn - 1 Monuy tl AuriomprUiy the Nnino Ill connection with the report of the zinc vein of which COOPER this gentleman speaksj hctellrf a Year of ii spring near it which if Â¬ it SlENOEJt COOPER hours time with a thick coat HAZEL GREEN KY in of green moss It is locaWednesday July 6 1887 ted just below where the zinc is found and as this is said to DEMOCRATIC TICKET be an indication of the pres Unekner Governor S Hrynm Lieutoniuit Uovtrnor funics ence of zinc his story of the W llurdin Attorney General precious metals is plausible Auditor Fuvette Hvuitt jVunsmur J Wi Tute Those investing in mineral blipt Jnblie Instruction Jos D Pickett lands should loog a lecdle Register Tho IT Corbett Senate 31th District oud niaype II M PIKUATT of Morgan Â¬ Editok bo ever so well cleansed will be covered in twenty four foi laUsUga ftegut Saw SW CueuUiraml English W SIAiiikis Manufacturers of Best Steel Long also in lr Â¬ 11 1 ar SAWS for SPECIALTY iDrui JJottom Trices Send A Price TM itli Uest Discount Work fullv warranted and at ltoek 1 Glimmers Swaires Emery Wheels Leather and Gum Belting or the nuirJcot on Saw rtnnil nttlu licmltemper mill cmnllly tlieir uum IIs lu workniaiwhlp Out CICJV of hlu Ay a full mh mVil rliihtlt lty of - Hid til x rum iinimoii Files 1 w -- y vn and orders sent to J T and will have our best uttentior TA11 F Day liayel irecn Ky for new work or shwh for repair SSI Water Streets CENGNAT1 foi ho ill O j promptly warded to ns For Ucprceniutivt JAMKS M OIIVKK of Menifee OUR ENITH THE WEEKLY ry s vfcv- - wsafi IJ3 - Lieutenant Governor Mat 0loherty Attorney General A T Wood Treasurer J B 1uryear Auditor H D Divvi s Huit Public Instruction S I litikcHon Kogbter T 1 Tinslcy fccimte Jor Governor REPUBLICAN TICKET Win 0 Hrmiley Euith Pearl Our Utile girl Is just five years old today A little miss Just lit to ki a I know you all will say Look at her eyes IHue its the skies Her hair all in a curl And youll agree Im Mire with nic Shes a darling little irh Now LOIILI COMMERCIAL farstfn f hi w I 1 1 InEP vr 9 ft One Year 75c 3lth District El W BliOWX of Morgan 6 Months 40c We have every reason to believe the earth in this sec Â¬ BEglipdHEipEgTpiJpEH tion of the State abounds in Â¬ I f Ffc idso told us of a vein of zinc thirty inches thick JLe says my company who will furnish the capital can find sullicient j silver zinc and iron ore within a few miles of Hazel Green to pay them for building and operating as many as three blast furnaces Silver zinc and iron in abundance I Who will come to us and meaning business thoroughly investik minerals In a conversation with a gentleman of this counFor whom it h intended Why its for her ty a few days ago he told us Now Miss and Sir that ho a year or so ago took My foolish lhrnio is ended a piece of rock he tumid in this A How Railroad Project county and had it assayed and Word was received in the city yesterthat the man making the as day that on Tuesday the Louisville Cin say said it was silver quartz cinnati ami Virginia JJailroad Company allowing 500 to the ton The through Jen John S Williams and A assaycr tried to induce him to V Hamilton presented to the County show the spot where it could Court of Eitill county a proposition for bo found but he would not a subscription to the capital stock of the Ju that time Micawber like company of 50000 upon the condition ho has been waiting for some that work shall bciti upon the road days and the road be comwithiu thing to turn up hoping that pleted sixty to llcattyville in Leo county he might bo able to realize within twelve months something for the revelation Tho proportion was at once accepted Sickness has intruded upon his by the County Court and the vote upon family and he has been sorelv tho same ordered for Saturday August The project is backed by some of the distressed but he has held his wealthiest capitalists in New York The Realizing that secret safe same proposition wn on Monday sub Micro is an awakening of cap mitted to the County Court of Leo counitalists to the advantages of ty by Hon Thomas Stuart on beDivestment in this section he half of the road and was unanimously and how comes forward and says acceptedAugustthe vole ordered for Sat i urday he will show the spot from The people along the line an cnthusi over the the road which which the rock was takenand atic develop prospect of mineral section will the richest three other places just like it of the state and promises a speedy comHo says he will he willing to munication with the outside world The at point out the local ions to any road it is understood bewill not stop imHeattyvillo hut will pushed on nlyi who means business and mediately through the Cumberland with the Xew mountains to Will tote fair with him He and Western connectthe Richmond York and and Â¬ Â¬ heres this fan Guoa if you can Published TTIiL S IIAYS Editor Â¬ Â¬ Contains tho nows of tho world up to dato of publication Read Â¬ ing Matter interesting and in- Â¬ structive to every homo contri- Â¬ butions to Music Song Art Scionco Agriculture and Com- Â¬ merce and Reliable Market Reports Said a great man but why aiiiiet the dog if lie dont need Yet many persons raid an almanac where various dis it eases are described and symptoms given that will almost convince a AVKLL man that lie is AWJrU LLX out of whack and they are ready to buy Something to Take regardless of real JNEED A diseased liver is the seat of ivntVfs of the diseases of the ilesli That tired nervous rest less feeling that goes to bed with you and geS upas promptly as the rooster crowing and sticks closer than a brother tolls vou that vou 2s EEL something to overcome it A nastv aloe coated pill makes vou irag to THINK of it A ou cant Wo havent any bear the THOUGHT of it Now listen great discovery by Indians but we have a SMALL sugar coated Pellet that the most delicate may take a combination of YHUrTAI3LE remedies the work of one of the best educated Physicians in this country a formula1 that we will rive anv Physician desiring it If you NKKDa LIVER Â¬ Â¬ 1 f JMlllrytW Zfr Sold by till o POALVERT a CO ItllUltMw CINl IXNATi Tropiktors SUBSCRIBE SUBSCRIBE Make Your Homes Happy Samplo Copies and Premium List mailed froo to any address Agents wanted overywhorc Address TRIMBLE BROTHERS 1Mb ham dfflk M m G louisville TRADERS ommergal Louisville Ky DEPOSIT BANK UlOdUlO A h f Bl immim A Wj a t Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MT STERLING KY Â¬ SIT STEltLIXG KY Â¬ J M BIGSTAFP W VT rreeident TIIOSISOX Cashier AxDitiiv FrsrKj wwri Respectfully Invite the Mountain Merchants to Examine their Stock and Prices before purchasing wrTiJuwrirnrrvTiTWiaicvimww ijfijw mm Â¬ DUirCTOHS Jamis Cworn ism Danville systems Courier Journal Ik U P v 1ukii t - J mi T 1Igkiai inrtll w 23 Bi2 sss m a 13 DAY 4 C0MJIUXICATKI The following terse advice to the grumblers and growlers should he read eaiefully by all the patrons of our schools and then take one end of the road or the other IJuild up the school interest of lh If- - vour town If vou dont like it go Out and let somebody taku your place that does Thats business Dont go groan- Â¬ ing around like a man with tho mumps t growling that some one or set is trying Â¬ to pull down our common school because gate these statements and the they are tryiilg to build up nil institution indications of our mineral that would bo an honor to our town but This gentleman is brace up take hold with these euterpris wealth too poor to demon Â¬ ing citizens and build up a good school himself strate by actual test the value with tho energy of a man loaded for of these hear meet of the veins of ore ho knows ers but We neveiimagineone that man kick was if that we of and says he does not pur- - in heaven hed kick because the steps of ftWay his knowl- - the throne are not cushioned be Shut up or get out of the way should the salu without some sort of re tation to every mothers son of thoe who 31aiinliMureinid hole iie Dealt n in liiunoitvtion We believe that say there is too much sand or net enough or a company who could convince sand too muchor watercold not enough too this or too water too hot bhn that they had the capital that Go to work combine the schools AND citizen stand up and would work these veins buildhave our town pluck toby our a build erect had tho who worth for all pro Â¬ ing that the pooreit may have the bene vided a test shows them to be fit of w good a school as Lexington or No 01 1 Main Strect 10 Summer StnHords and stop in Valuable can induce him to any city and the State will bring your Louisville Ivy 15ostonMass winning the future ipoint them out for a royalty reward Â¬ t t in mu tmtl iri will iiml riluni to ifiid vm frei hointthini t jmit vnluo and iuiiortuncc to you that will itnrt jolt in bnsini ss ihirlt Mill lrinj vu in nuiro mom v right umiiv than sinytliii Anyone can do the ok in the world and live at home Kither m x nil njjes Something nowj that just eoint money for all workers We will start you capital not needed This i one of tho genuine imuor Those Who untiHi ehanee s of a lifetiiiie ambitious and enterprising will not delay Co Address TlUB irand outfit free Auusti Maine live at home and make uoi money at work tor in than at elhO in the world u itil not needed you are started fiee Ioth ex e all aes Any imu ean do the work Costly Lttrurt earnings muVc from first start lay outfit and terms free Better not Co ts yon nothing to hend us our addr and find onl it you uro wi e joii will do atone- - II llUItirT Lo IoitlainI Mt niitar HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY fflUHfiil ce sale and Retail MMMIIWWWU Â¬ Largest Stock Lowest Prices Mean - Heavy invoices arriving daily and stacks niDon stacks of goods to meet every department of trade Live Stock Country Produce and School Claims received in trade on notes accounts or merchandise J T E DAY u u- - mMmmtnim m mmm JiJHiJULWHCTgimjrmru wi l1 ede 1C ghing Â¬ theyre Â¬ Boots Shoe 1 iii v iuiij nijUxUxnmnuttMurriliociiZ II n y CAWifrrn ottcn lookv thile nnd iaiiuumitj uiiti ciw1 iciiiiiiuii iTjuiiiuin iu Krow othor cnue t Iwn warms and iMin aro most f rciuinToniill result of tliteo ludur Ml PCrt andxirklu ntly tho mlhcis VliSn 1 vim ujr iur CrfH erh w H u K D n U U Mai JUy h rV JEUiHW li tnmififlin linonni una irom dint tune it BJ WllKnMiRA Hi iM ulil j to be laK sv tin imiit lay it u nnioM unlveruilb nckiowlj wlUM WJ ne nil rt or i rrmrtlir Worm iiifii tim mmln muni in nn tiTrcliit r r tma I 1 TB KSJi A m fflfc MUlAtif Ba fli S H9 Ba IJ k aaitnilQiJrJ V H R RR SRS 111 1 hr ii u uTrnntnL- w yai ESTAnUSlIKD 1SJ7 ItlsnnwnpftrlvRSr ycirs flnco tblnictllclno was olfered fi i i i 1 Mt rir - -- rI I I i I worinS m jro Z Ty S wm itvoiio 1 iTinptoms nro Imtlcntlonn of - iXt nny rate he will gctspeci- - Exposure cllopresontcd by mens irom tuc various veins wet living in to rough weatheraregetting favor- Blackburn damp localities niftntionodsutlieiont for a prac Â¬ able to tho contraction of diseases of the tical test whenever he is con Kidney and bladder As a preventive 11 of all Kidney and liver J L Ptinlap and for tho DtinluplW incod that tho party apply Â¬ trouble use mire valuable remedy Dr that ing for tho same means busi- Â¬ 1L McLoans Liver and Kidney Balm DUNLAP Â¬ 1 J i I3V nGly tuvi v miun Jirstooil ntiil w hen wonns liavo really licon tho cwso It lias Ihxti nrovwi hovnni vii i ht m m ut in tho miiinii frouicarU t liifancj tWrif Utli their chlhln n aiinot ho to obrvitiff of In MI nnd removed from ttio most tUlieite infiwl by tho timoly So of KhnostwkH W rnSfnw lliyslHan jtxatitu not to roeonunend It and iihb In thV ir nnd V profusion from oil parti ot tho country tustlfy to ItsItunlforvi practlet- In inany of tho mon eminent if ill FWo ffVAMnoiimlflS qiimtiy Im oii Klrjni to children n n ire iJiivatUr not of worms wciy liarcm anUlintiii dlate n llrf ulTordiil Great caiitloii muAKiiMM br clcrv to I imr HI own Jndyv In ono scno nnd to tiamlno - ery nwin 1Sf not U11l1lI1I Hi must look cluaulv anil rnrrfii lv f nbottleti i of U Tlio ri m AUJIHUV Fahm stock u vw iMii Hull Hitli nutlilni UN UV 1UIU ilr MtwFnASKMyHowinDUoMo CAjmsiMr Md J K Schwarufc Co iiMfcwn III Having iif1 thoorlslni H A FfthncHocU Verml lltntlmcn I haro uoil romo of thnt inoiit csrollcnt my practlco for ninny yonrn I hnve no hesi mnwlvjl A KnhnpKlocksWrmlftipi mill found It to fuio In t I think jour vermlduro can tancy ltircconimenillnirltniiixrpmidy which H n hiiitlidilnHt effet d with In any family not safely bodUunM reliable nnd rjjtcltnt in all couch whero a Wrmlfuijo fti YniirfjAc J W UtUUlUO M t nocUod Tlias 11 HANDY M I j L HIOrfRxnln m vlIlll I UT7 I fill jU Sr w rJH Wr Jlrt vni Â¬ ajuunio a O A FahnoBtocktlCo Pittsburg Pa Solo Proprietors ltatrett 3 t ness 2sTow m k frr s vT Uloroiighly voraed in tho bus ihess and mako the test If tho test Oroves satisfactory tjion who will come and erect furnaces sulUuionU to extract Whowill coma into our midst wo again ask 100 per bottlo- - Sold by G B Swango Hazel Green BROS CO WHOLESALE Â¬ Services wore held in tho Motliodist Church at thiB placo last FUuday morn ing and c roiling by the pastor Uov W Mnnufitrtuicra of T Eklnr will bo hold in tho Clmicli at thin plrtco next irosbytcriu Sunday by tho pastor Row Ja A VttlK0 Saddlery Harness ASO DKAIrHS IN lcgulr ttrvta imnm UMl c ICY y I10U NUNNUUIY DrAiru in WAN CO - N GENEEAL MERCHANDISE HAZldi KPKW CONMAWTLY ft u vl GUKKiV ON HAND KENTUUKY A Tl II AMOItTCKVr OF k these nreoioiitf mottvjg uno who has tho capital null i Any SADDLERY HARDWARE 728 ami 780 AV Main St UjrUogo Ci knowledge of tho business i urn T hero win n big lilcuta nt llotlunknu I liLMorgun county on the tpurth o July LOUISVILLE jBJrtt rweuteil Stftnlo nnd Fancy Dry Goods Rondy mado Clothing Wata Cups Boots Shoou uoonwnro Tlnwnro Hordwnro Tallo and Pootcot Cutlory Crocr- iQSf iii uATO1 tfwiMMU toyo8 and Farming Implomont wrt H lA dM iiiiy re iiml ui 1IOTTOM lHICIW T 1 t it rr c rf Iliyi I PMI l ivn k Sum i rocorooT Tears in Servlcd FOURTH OF James v- - ant known by nil the mer- Â¬ chants tlirmiirhnnfc tfnctnrn - A CONDENSED J BUT COMPREHENSIVE Jas n larger zirculutinn in the mountains tin i nmOIo and smiling salesman c ACCOUNT OF THE CELEBRATION Ktutern Kentucky than nnv paper in c Stato and merchant and others wiNhingto WU W S Dickcrsou cc Co batters mul mi uitwttffi tint trniti- fiT ImilIukii 1 How tlui lntrlotio Citizens ot Plaou i ftviiiLii hy win tiirrioiM nf f1 i find it Tin jjist ADVKIlTlfilVi mh in vnuiwu uaa iueeil KICIUI rassed tho 111th Anniversarythis Our of fC1 witl th at Itpuse for n score of vears Independence A Ten lleture nuvuuia u KHiesi and more In July 1SG3 Mr Fnnt ac- Â¬ jRflTransiiiit advert isement cents an o ccnt3 an inch for cepted n inch first insertion situation with tho above bouse oath subsequent insertion aud has ever since been a familiar figure STANDING AtiVKKTISKMKVrS 1 inch 1 yeur 500 4 inches year1500 to customers of that iirm That he has U inches year JW 5 indies vuir 17ft I inches lyear rJOO G inches year L000 been popular the while is evidenced by fiSnCinl lltfxlin the kindly reference made to him by all local notices uc a line with 5 percent olV who have ever had the pleasure of dealfor lontr time and death notices free tri- ing with him lie is noted for his nolito- butes of reojieet and obituaries 5 cents a ness his affability and his urbanity lino Announcements of candidates for When we arrived in Cincinnati in Janu- Â¬ Stale or District otlices U County otlices ary 1SS5 to purchase material to start calls xn persons to become candidates and tiieir answer 5 cents a liue 1avablc Tin llrnid we had a letter introducing inVariably in advance ua to Uncle Jim Fnnt as he is famili- Â¬ SPISXCER COOPER arly spoken of by his friends and we can never forget his kindness on that Dissolution Notice The partnership heietoforo existing be occasion TJio weather was bitter cold tweenOoopcr Sc Hack in the publication of Tin ITkkaid is dissolved by mutual con- but he nevertheless took pleasure in showing us about the city and introduc- Â¬ sent Mr Hack retiring ing us to those with whom we woro to Our Mr IJaek having decided to enter the He is as straight as a Union Theological Seminary and renew havo dealings the prosecution of his studies for ihe minis- plumb line in all his dealings an upright try hus severed liis connection with Tin man in all his frays Not long since he JlKRAM All purtii owing subscription through Mr liuk are requested to remit celebrated in a quiet way the amo to him at Jackson Ky anniversary of his wedding hav- Â¬ XX Hi J L St lHlJtCjCiJLlJLJ Tot JULY Smith P Kerr Manufacturer of 4 -- I 1 1 -- W kMHtlSlEM-lil8WB-f- e Bst Grades and of Full - A liltei ihm diaiir in i- - V tfl 1 1 1 1 Grrain Feed WINCHESTER c KY 9 1 I j- Â¬ Â¬ CSHPKlr T ply H1 im Il the luiiouiiig oraiiu irriu v neai eiraci Whitk PUAKIi Patcntlloller Maonoma Boiler Fancy Suviit Lvkk Boiler Family Uloni Superfine upon whichthey will quote prices and deliver at Hazel Green or Botlnvcll Station uO oui at 3RJiKgBisS Rr V T A V HKIi OKBKN KYt arc Sole Agents for Kastcm Kentucky LV1 JJJ 1 KKHRS ltOLLlHt MILL PIOUU and carry a large supail Guarantee Saffsfap tion in Grade and Prices times Â¬ fr riii - Â¬ State Col Y AND INSTRUCTOKS AKilculturnl and Hcrlmiiionl Selontllle KukIhuciIuk Cliislenl Xormal School Hlltary Tootles Ooiiinieveinl ami liepurnlorv Courses of St inly OF luiiMi APPOINTEES IIECK1VKI T11 term begins Skit 11 1S87 For Catalogh aud other Information address 111 IV 1 la rtWlTKin m of Km IClf rriu WlWtfWltl EIGHTEEN PllOFESSOIlS Â¬ semi-centenni- - GARBISOfi HE SELLS CHEAP HARDWARE TEN V ARE QUEEXSWARE C UTLERY STOVES masonic iuuiy tkjiilj mt stirlix ky fiURRENTTQWN ANDCOUNTY NEWS IUickner PcniM ratio i inilifnt for Governor v ill address the citizens of WcstLibertj next Saturday T Jen S Bradley Republican candidate for lovcrnor will Kpcuk nt Jackson nest Thursday id at Salyerville Friday O HouW Â¬ Judge Fontniu T Fox Iroliibition cimdi lato for Governor willuddrcji the jieople at Hnzel Oreen on the nislu of the ISth inst rh the resideneo of S R Perkin on faey Creek on Junr Uiitli Vui 1 CnniibcH to Wiss Jane Coldirou Rev J Married--- At ing been married fifty years upon which occasion his children grand children and great grand children were nrescnt lie- sides this his neighbors attended aud gave him a surprise in tho shape of a pound party and all went merry as a marriage bell until late old folks bed time ten oclock Twenty one years in one situation speaks volumes for his careful attention to business details and all young men should make a note of it who contemplate embarking in the mercantile businea Uncle- Jim and his daughter Miss Lidu V Fant arc now vis iting J I ay lor Day of this plaeo and ail who have met Miss Lulu speak in highest terms of her as a charming young lady while a silent prayer is breathed that Uncle Jim may be Hatred for many more years of usofulnes Â¬ - ll r4rt tIl irii A iciiuu t i rtHWTQ nn rninnn Urn ilWT wnm m i w K JU NT 19 W A I 1 L j M WHOLESALE DEALERS IN N Ii The printers took a holiday be ginning at oelock i m standard time Â¬ FORSALE As my whole time is occupied with other duties I offer for sale at private coutraet my hum A correspondent from Upper Frozen in wnw Mm A FeeeKfii AKD- - Rreathitt county recently took advan Â¬ tage of us by using the initials of a reg ular correspondent and vilified some of the citizens of his neighborhood This will not be tolorated any more and every communication mnt have the name of the sender to insure its insertion We diall withhold the name from the paper but must havo it to protect ourself Sometime tomorrow John UMDay of Frozen Creek and his bride nee Miss Maggie McLin of linae Hill yu will arrive here en route to their ftuurc home in Broath itt eouiry Floyd aud Iv lirure Day who acted beat men for the groom on the occasion of his marriage aro expected to return with tho bride and groom Â¬ wwut7 - Containing 145 Acres or if desired will add tir acres more to it yiid farm is situated in Clark county Ky fc Itailroad on O Ij miles east of Winchesterstationthe Cthe lot at There is a ting 1i lit uiii iw MOTION i XV On Monday morning hiht the sad in telligvnee was rceoived in town that T Pii raJt officiutinp Aunt Lottie Little one of the oldest Rev J T Pierart will preach at the Dr and iiinM respected citizens of Wolfe Nickel I school house on Ulaekwater jiet county wan dead She breathed her last Saturday a 3 ocloek and on Sunday nt 11 on Sunday evening at live oclock in the ami also at 3 oclock jesini presence of children grand children and Tyler Davis tho enterprising black Thu Menifee Meteor was announced to greatgrandchildren and a host of sor smith and wagon makers of this place make its apparanee at Frenehhurg today rowing friends Up to a fuV weeks ago have IflU juat erected stocks and arc prellovonnale and VnuarHdall will manag it she has always been a remarkably vigor- pared to shoe and furnish the aehilillntions iu the most approved cattle ous woman being the mother of twenty ftyle The Sundry Eglc is a bricht little nhoct two children several of whom are M A YT VN K KNT LC K Y Master Commissioner Hcrndon and pnuiisiiod ly Ihmta A Sehoolr at Mt Ster honored citizem in this and other Stales 4 iiii We kuow the youai men and can J She has two sons living at Hutchins several of our citizens are attending CARDING- oinmciii them to the people Texas to whom her death will be a blow county court at Camptou Judge Swango Frank Uoodpaster of OnlugsviMe who as it is ty all of her relatives and the presiding entire population acquainted with her Xvill be rernembered bv our people bein Ira Clark the lightning rod man had a Poie promptly and in workmanlike mana delegate here n vcar or so iifjo died at will deplore her demise Slie wa laid to severe spell ner of flux a few days since but that place two wetks since vt rv MuhUnly reM in the fnmiiy burying ground close under Dr Until bees treatment recovered by where she lived and friends and relWheat in this county is looking much Mrs F Day has been quite sick for atives hope fsjio may enter into that rest hotter than nn average oats nre better than a week past and Mrs Cooper has been known for yearn eud our corn crop is a lie has prepared for His own Funeral jbrVov bale cheap for cash Comv and troodas can be found in Eastern Kentucky services were held bv Rev 11 II Little suffering with neuralgia W W MANUEl hec us jpjlllm Alanager 0 U Uill County Clerk of Lee county Henry M Cox of West Liberty is vis Tho Boss Fishorroan has purchased a half interest iu the lientty There is now no denyimr the fact that iting relatives and friends at this place villo Enlerprise and will assist in editing Tom Gibbs the fair haired fisherman of persons wanting bhtckunithing of any Tho Mi se Cockrell of I Jzel with es- or All kind wagon made or And uiaiKujing that paper henceforth We Red River has downed all all repaired bug competitors cort paid our town wish the new firm success a flying visit Sunday gies spring wagons plows stocked cutting his Uncle John Nickell not excepted colters turning plowu repaired plows made Charles II Hancock a young attorney at On Saturday night last we were called Circuit court commences next Mon- and laid hoe- mattocks and hones shod in tho best sUlc call on law has purchased the inteiesi of J llAt ftom our houe to receive si five pound day DAVIS JIazel Sreen Ky TYLER kiuuon in the Stanton Monitor ami in con bass measuring twenty two inches in III WOLFE COUNTY junction with Fred Ilorton will load and length and thirteen and a half in cir tire the Monitor once a wool May success eumferenee COXS Mius duly 15 Tom Gibbs shot it in Red Lmidram attend their effort John Cov I L llonaker and Win Hrewer River about five miles above hero and ARTISTIC Next Wednesday July 13th is tho day brought it to us nt ten oclock that night will Mart their new threshing machine in 4 1 tor the regular slock sales at thia place anil It is useless to add that wo had a foast this neighborhood in a Caw days Married June 30th at the residence of the wo anticipate a large crowd It is mor on Sunday merning fit for the gods Wo biides father J J Tutt James Jlandy to than likely that theie will he buyers from be ate fish for an hour and such fi Ii that Miss Mary Jane Tutt May peace attend low aud if 80 stock uill command good JVSAK3ERS would make an epicure exclaim ye them through life prices Any how it will bring its worth and HAZEL atlOKN KV goda I have never seen its equal The funeral of two of Win Clarks chilTom our farmer trieiids having a surplus will ribbs carries tjic bolt for the biggest dren will bo preached at thid place on the Are prepared to make to order in u superior have a chance to get rid ofit htyle und on urt notice Ladief and licnlx lish taken from this part of Red River second Funday in this month r have the exclusive sale in Wolfe Miss Lucy Cox has been on the sick list rine Mioes antl Uootf in latent style h ami and so far this season or any other as far as of beM- uate ial Rvpairing will receive surrounding counties ot the Eclipse Sewinir wo know In but is out again iiinpt attention and prices on all work be this connection it is very l nas no lr ilftNonable Call and sec us iwiuiuue ni equal Jiout buy un- safe to itatu that therc arc now more fish HrcK Ckkik June 110 Hiram Hogg was CCMMIXS SOX t271y til you have scen it Yon will find that itU to be found in this stream than ever be Â¬ in our midbt 1 ucnluy la t and in company the cheapest ami best with A II Landnmr left Cur Camptou on fore known -3 J Fakip Booneville biiHiness Tinveling Salesman -Gen S M Rttekner Democratic can AT Mrs Tilda Trimble of Ivomroytoii is visdidate for Covernor and Hon Cf M iting her daughter Mm Kininii Swango AfDrTaulbeos aalc today many uefrt1 Iter W T Kfclur jreadicd an excollent Adams will address the people at Hazel tirticlos for housekeepers maybe had at h I have jiint ojicncd a FJTKS1I STOCK of than half cost and wo a ould advise all need Green on next Saturday night speaking sermon atSandlield Iimt Sundtiy Croji iu this vicinity nre looking well ing articlefi iu this line to attend tho pale to commence at S oclock sharp An effort I L llonaker in oaUhe sick list Well probably not be there onrse f but its will be made to induce one or the other purcluiKcd iu Cincinnati wliicli includes IIUIlV iot bccftuo wo arc not in need offfuniiture of them tospeak at Campton on Monday eveiythlng usually found iu a nd fixini If a suit of furniture were to next perhaps Mr Adams In advance of the sickly season render country store and will yKLT AS LOW AH Veil at a mig wo couldnt buy even a yourself imoregnable a malarial uttiioj exclinngo for Country Our correspondents will confer a fa- jihero or sudden ehango of temperattiro goods and pmduco taken in the cradle though we needed one ever so much thu imtronage of ublie J Hut you go andbny and ou will save iiinu vor by being prompt in sending in their is fraught with danger umj Dr J H respectfully Hollcited ALKXASUlSU TOLMVKH will he my y by it favor aud wo will be obliged to them McLeans Htrengthening Cordial and KuIcHmnu Wood Purifier 3100 per bottle Sold TUo Uourd of Examiners for to note tho news aud lot neighborhood NOTHi Asking an inspoctlon of my goods and tn by J JJ fcjwungo Hnzel Sreen prlee i I remain reiqioetfullv Ae county Mill meet at llarttl Iroun on UtB alone Wolfe WM TOLLIVKJl lrl thoiecoml Satiiidny m July and at Camp j Jieratt the Ham Jonwof -- 5 Rev J ton on thu third nd fourth Saturdays in w R TUCLi the ntountainv Hays ho heard many fa uiv fer the purpo- of examining uppl WITH mvmrm Willi for tviwhciV eirdlleiloA All who tic- - vorablo coujinenU in rogard to Tin JIiu wmmH MUSI G Co Ire In ttaeh will pleosis mku Aotioe of tlmu AM ami erpoolally in IU new form IX TIIK l UK TO IIUV JOIIIIHHS OP anil place briefly a tltvroill po Clocks k Potma9lcr Kvmw and wlfo paid KalJ lively he no exiniritiM uindo on othVr ItepalrlHg n Sjitclalty ami rrlcmlii a HyliiK vult last Saturday liUH lite tiny netwl JoilN M ItOhH Churtreti reanoimblc uad work WMrrunled V Hd W WIWT IHAHf frritRKT fvturnliigHMdtiyoveuliix CeiiutySuplHclivoli IM lUijiaeifully T J OUHL JINOINKATI Â¬ Aunt Lottio Lhtlo Dead track about ofll yards below the lot taite I here is a eomlortalih dwelling house yod tobacco bam stock barn ami other build ings upon the place Two good ponds and several springs furnish water for all pur pose About J acres is viririn soil and except 20 acres none of the place has been cultivated for o vears It is one of the ISKST MUSS IAUMS IN CJVPK and there is enough timber on It to liiine it for in years I will sell it at a buriruin Any One wishine to purchase a iiod iind cheap home in Clark will do well to call aud ex amino this farm before purchasing else where For further particulars addirss C II ViX Winchester Kv or SPENcKlt COUlTJ Ilaavl UrccnKv Â¬ tinu- 1 - mini P tin- - iiiHiM inn I i SI Miir LlIIrD SACS UNI01T- STREETS Â¬ atlj Cincinnati with Tin J J AJIKS P FAXT Old Reliable Y Hat HoiiseCD s V - Â¬ S DIOiaifSOlf dialiiis ix Um bkk lla s lo v ks JjItoj Corner Peiul indrinc Â¬ Â¬ MlFTllW WOOL In OINGJXATf 0 Willalways be for ml ready to attend foth wantitof the patrons of the Iiouhc ThhnS ful tor past patronage xou are invited to call and see im when in the city aud Unela Mm Fant promise- to put on fiis behl good-loo-k- I Jtr when waiting uon jon Kite ni Sin 1 Grinding and Sawing 6 Â¬ Osaii Pollard Jmpfrtprs and Wholesale Dealers iir Â¬ OrTieensw are Flour Meal Feed and Lumber Glassware J t Lamps C NOTICE - Decorated Dinner Teav and Chamber Ware Northwest corner Poarl Wjilmil Stricts at fim Â¬ tuiCLl H Â¬ CINCINNATI -- Â¬ lA Cummins ii Son llMi7Hiiisr f WHOLESALE Â¬ lea m Sae Â¬ li b insula sn a B m n l- Â¬ ji No 29 Vine Street y aCty - n NEW - Â¬ Â¬ GOODWINS CHAPEL STOBE - CINCINNATI Abe Bloch Mon S Co Boy i Â¬ General Merchandise fuM-ehu-- u Manufacturer ami Wholesale Denlora in iJT s Youths Childrens ani uJ c Â¬ CLOTH NG 123 Vino Street f- - F J - Ringgold m - Cincinnati Ov - hI Watches JcWlry Boots and Shoes mm larsi 0I0 rv t t nrmrwmm zt - o i is - js 3r t- - -- n - n 111 M it K B lrar- - w v -- - K and lash Gonnesaret into foam and into agony but it could not hurt them another man who But No One Need Poriah Who in Rut hero isenterprise and ho starts out dopends worldly Will Pray and Boliovt upon tho uncertainties of this life Ho has no God to help him After a whllo tho storm comes nnd tossos off Christ the Great Mnnter Can Still the tho mast of tho ship ho puts out his life- Â¬ ftnjrry Tempest Sermon by Jtev T Do boat and tho long boat the sheriff and tho Witt Tlmge D I auctioneer try to help him off they cant help him off ho must go down no Christ in tho ship Hero aro ydfcng men just start-- Rev T DeWitt ing out in life Brooscltx Your life will be mado up Talmage J D preached in tho Taberna- Â¬ of sunshiuo and shadow There may bo Tho in it Arctic blasts or tropical tornadoes I cle this morning a sermon entitled Tempest Sorvlco began with tho expo Â¬ know not what Is before you but 1 know sition or appropriate passages or Scrip If you havo Christ with you all will bo turo after which tho great congregation woll sang tho hymn You may scorn to got along without tho Heaven is my fatherland religion of Christ while every tiling goes Ilcaven is my homo smoothly but after awhile when sorrow Tho text was Mark iv 30 39 describing hovers over tho soul when tho waves of Christ stilling tho tempest lie said trial dash clear over the hurricane deck Gonnosarct thrco nnd the decks are crowded with piratical Galilee Tiberias names for the samo lako No othor gem disasters oh what would you do then over had so beautiful a sotting It lay in without Christ in the ship Young man take God for your portion God your guide a scone of great luxuriance tho surrounding hills high terraced sloped groved so God for your help then all is woll all is many hanging gardens of beauty the well for time all shall bo well for over water rumbling down between rocks of Rlesscd is that man who puts in the Lord gray and red limestone Hashing from tho his trust He shall never be confounded But my subject also impresses me with hills and bounding into tho sea On tho shore were castles armed towers Roman the fact that when people start to follow baths every thing attractivo and beauti- Â¬ Christ they must not expect smooth sailful ull styles or vegotation in shorter ing spaco than in almost any other space in all These disciples got into tho small boats What a tho world from tho palm tree of tho forest and 1 have no doubt thoy said to the trees of tho rigorous climate beautiful day this isl What a smooth sea It seemed n if tho Lord had launched What a bright sky this isl How deljght one wave of beauty on all tho scone and it ful is sailing in this boat l And as for tho the keel of tho hung and swung from rock and hill and waves under oleander Roman gentlemen in pleasure boat why thoy only mnko the motion boats sailing the lako and country men in of our little boat tho more delight- Â¬ But when tho winds swept down llsh smacks coming down to drop their ful nets pass each other with nod and shout nnd tho sea was tossed into wrath then and luughtor or swing idly at their moor- Â¬ thoy found that following Christ was not ings 0 what n wonderful what a beau- smooth sailing So you have found it so I have found it Did you ever notice the tiful lako It seems as if wo shall havo a quiet end of the life of the Apostles of Jesus night Not a loaf winked In tho air not a Christ You would say if ever men ought to have had a smooth life a smooth deripple disturbed fho face of Gonnosarct but there seems to bo a little excitement parture thou thoso men the disciples of up tho beach and wo hasten to see what Jesus Christ ought to havo hud such a de parture and such a life it is and wo find iii an embarkation St James lost his life St Phillip was From tho western shoro a flotilla push- Â¬ ing out not a squadron or doadly arma- hung to death on a pillar St Matthew ment nor clipper with a valuable mer Â¬ had his life dashed out with a halbert St chandise nor pirate vessels ready to de- Mark was dragged to death through the stroy every thing they could seize but a streets St James the Less was beaten to flotilla bearing messengers of life and death with a fullers club St Thomas h with a spear They light nnd pence Christ is in the front of was struck the ng Christ smooth sail Â¬ tho boat His disciples aro in a smaller did not find fo boat Jesus weary with much speaking ing Oh how they were all tossed in tho to large multitudes is put into somnolence tcmpcstl John Huss in tho lire Hugh by tho rocking of tho waves If there was McKail in tho hour of martyrdom tho Al any motion at all tho ship was aasily bigenscs the Waldenscs the Scotch Covrighted if tho wind passed from star Â¬ enantersdid they llnd it smooth sailing But why go to history whon I cau come board to larboard or from larboard to starboard tho boat would rock and by tho into this audienco to day and lind a score gentleness of tho motion putting tho Mas of illustrations of the truth of this sub- Â¬ ter asleep And they extemporised a pil- Â¬ ject That young man in the store trying low mado out of a fishermans coat I to servo God while his employer scofTs at think no sooner is Christ prostrate and his Christianity the young men in the same head touched the pillow than ho is sound store antagonistic to tho Christian religasleep The breezes of the lake run their ion teasing him tormenting him about his fingors through tho locks of the worn religion trying to get him mad They slcopcr nnd tiie boat rises and falls liko a succeed in getting him mad saiing Bleeping child on the bosom of a sleoping Does this louro a pretty Christian young man llnd it smooth sailing when mother Calm night starry night beautiful night ho tries to follow Christ Here is a Run up all tho sails ply all tho oars and Christian girl Her father despises the let the large boat and the small boat glide Christian religion her mother despises the over gcutlu Genncsarct Rut the sailors Christian religion her brothers nnd sisters say thoro is going to bo a change of scoff at tho Christian religion She can woathcr And oven tho passengers can hardly And a quiet plare in which to say hear tho moaning of the storm as it comes her prayers Did she lind it smooth sailou with great stride and all tho torrors of ing when she tried to follow Jesus Christ hurricano and darkness Tho large boat Oh no All who would live the life of the trembles liko a deer at bay among the Christian religion must suffer persecution clangor of tho hounds groat patches of if you do not lind it in ono way you will foam aro Hung into tho air tho sails of got it in another way Tho question was asked Who arc tho vessel loosen and the sharp winds crack liko pistols the smaller boats liko thoso nearest tho throne and the answer These aro they who came petrels poiso on the cliff of tho waves and came bark up outof great tribulation great Hailing then plunge Ovcvbonrd go cargo tackling and masts as tho great original has it great Hailing and tho drenched disciples rush into tho great pounding -- and had their robes wash back part of tho boat and lay hold of ed and made white in the blood or the Master carest lamb 0 do not be disheartened Oh Christ and say unto Him wo perish That great child or God tako courage You arc in Thou not that personage lifts llis head from the pillow glorious companionship God will see you of the llshormans coat walks to tho front through all these trials and Ho will de liver you of tho vessel and looks out into the storm My subject also Impresses mo with tho All around Him aro tho smaller boats driven in tho tempest and through it fact that good people sometimes get very conies tho cry of drowning men Jiy tho much frightened Hash of lightning I see tho calm brow of In the tones of those disciples ns they Christ as the spray dropped from His rushed into the back part of tho boat I beard lie has one word for tho sky and llnd they aro frightened almost to death Thoy say Master carest thou not another for tho waves Looking upward Looking downward that wo perish They had no reason to Peace Ho cries bo frightened for Christ was in the boat Ho cries Bo still I Tho waves fall flat on thoir faces tho I suppose if wo had been there we would foam melts tho extinguished stars relight havo boon just as much nffrightoncd their torches Tho tempest falls dead Perhaps more In all ages very good pcoplo get very and Christ stands with his foot on tho faco of tho storm And whllo tho sailors aro much affrightoned It is often so in our Why look at tho bad falling out tho boats and while they aro day and men say trying to untanglo tho cordage tno dis Â¬ lectures look at tho Spiritualistic socie- Â¬ ciples stand in amazement now looking ties look at tho various orrors going over into tho calm sea then into tho calm sky tho Church of God wo aro coins to foundor tho church is going to perish then Into tho calm Saviours countenance Oh how many good What manner of man she is going down and thoy cry out is this that ovon tho wiuds and tho sea peoplo are affrightoned by iniquity in our ioboy Him1 day and think tho Church of Josus Christ Tho subject in tho first placo impressos is going to bo overthrown nnd aro just as me with tho fact that it is very Important much nffrighteued as tho disciples of my to havo Christ with tho ship for all thoso text Dont worry dont fret as though boat would havo gono to tho bot3mof Iniquity were going to triumph over right- Â¬ Gcnncsarot If ChriBt had not been pres- Â¬ eousness A lion goes into a envern to sleep Ho ent Oh what a lesson for you and for mo I Wo must always havo Christ in Ilea down wih his shaggy mano covering to learn tho ship Whatovor voyago wo under the paws Meanwhile tho spldors spin a taho into whatovor cntcrpriso wo stnrt web across tho mouth of tho cavern am Gossa Wo have capturod him say Sot U3 always havo Christ in tho ship SUny of you In thoso days of rovlvod mor thread after gossamor thread is spun commorco aro starting out 4n now llnnn until tho whole front of tho cavern Is cov Â¬ I bid you good cheor ered with tho spldors weband the spiders oial cntorprlsos The Hon is done tho lion is fast Do U you can do Do it on as high a piano say You havo no right to bo a Artor a whllo tho lion has got through sis possible atoXer in tha ship If you can bo an admiral sleeping ho arouses himself ho shakos of tho navy You havo no right to bo a hi mano ho walks out into tho sunlight Colonel of a regiment if you can command ho does not ovon know tho spldors wob Is to bo onglnoor r brigade onyou havo no rightnear tho coast spun and with his volco ho uhnxua tho mountain of boat river bauka or if you can tnke tho ocuan ntoamcr from So men como spinning thoir nophlstrloH Jfew York to Liverpool All you can do aud skepticism about Josua Christ Ho with utmost tension or body mind and sooins to bo sleeping Thoy say l Wo ul you aro bound to do but oh I havo havo capturod tho Iord Ho will uovor ChrUt Ih avery enterr rloo OUrUt In evory como forth again upon tho nation Christ Ills religion will Is capture forever Christ Ih every nhlp monf uon hv wh hare who uk God to help Bvr make any conmitwt Xlr -tfc m t tk Urt f Rnwt wiUrprlwM ll Hut aftr a white tho Lion of tho Trllw of m MwM Uww Ih tk 111 m tremble Judith will rouno lUmsoU and cwo forth What u to limit tulxUVlly tuw Hallow Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ JROUQH SAILING coma down from the top of Mount Ilcrmon lion I Givo truth and error a fair grapple and truth will come off victor Rut there aro great many good people who get nffrightoncd in othor respects They are affrighted in our day about re- Â¬ Oh I this is a strong vivals Thoy say religious gnlo Wo aro afraid tho Church of God is going to be upsot and thcro aro going to be a great many pcoplo brought into the church that are going to bo of no use to It And they aro affrighted whenever they seo a revival taking hold of the churches As though a ship captain with five thousand bushels of wheat for a cargo should say some day comhig upon deck Throw overboard all cargo and the sailors should say Why captain what do you mean Throw over all tho cargo says tho captain Oh we havo a peck of chaff that has got into this flvo thou- Â¬ sand bushels of wheat and tho only way to get rid of tho chaff is to throw all tho Now that Is a great wheat overboard deal wiser than tho talk of a great many Christians who want to throw overboard all the thousands and tens of thousands of souls who are the subjects of revivals Throw all overboard because they aro brought into tho kingdom of God through great revivals because thcro is a peck of chaff a quart of chnff a pint of chaff I say let them stay until the last day Tho Lord will divide tho chaff from the wheat Do not be afraid of a groat revival Oh that these gales from Heaven might sweep through all our churches Oh for such as Richard Baxter saw in England and Robert McChcyne saw in Dundee Oh for such days as Jonathan Edwards saw in Northampton I have often heard my frfther tell of tho fact that in the early part of the century a revival broke out at Somervllle N J and some pcoplo wcro Oh much agitated about it They said you arc going to bring too many peoplo and they sent into the church at onco down to New Brunswick to get John Liv- Â¬ ingston to stop the revival Well there was no better soul in all tho He went world than John Livingston and looked at tho revival they wanted him to stop it He stood in the pulpit on the Sabbath and looked over tho solemn auditory and he said This brethren is in reality tho work of God beware how you try to stop it And he was an old man leaning heavily on his staff a very old man And ho lifted that staff and took hold of tho small end of tho staff and began to let it fall very slowly through between tho linger and the thumb and he said Oh thou impenitent thou art falling now falling away from life falling away from peace nnd heaven falling ns certainly as that cane is falling through my hand falling certainly though perhaps falling slowly And the cane kept on falling through John Livingstons hand The relig- Â¬ ious emotion in the audience was overpowering and men saw a type of their doom as tho cane kept falling aud falling until the knob of the cane struck Mr Livingstons hand and ho clapped it stoutly But the grace of God can stop and said you as I stopped that cane and then there was gladness all through the liouso at the fact of pardon and peace and salvation Well said tho peoplo after the ser- Â¬ vice I guess you had better send Livingston home he is making the revival worse Oh for tho gales from Heaven and Christ on board the ship The danger of the Church of God is not in revivals Again my subject impresses me with the fact that Jesus was God and man in the snmo being Here Ho is in the back part of tho boat Oh how tired Ho looks what sad dreams Ho must havo Look at His countenance Ho must bo thinking of tho cross to come Look at Him Ho is a man bono of our bone Hesh of our flesh Tired He falls asleep He is a mau But then I find Christ at tho prow of tho boat and I Peace bo still I hear Him say sec tho storm kneeling at His feet and tho tempests folding their wings iu His pres- Â¬ ence He is a God If I have sorrow and trouble and want sympathy I go and kneel down at tho O Christ back part of tho boat and say sympathize weary ono of Gcnncsarot with all my sorrows man of Nazareth mau of the cross A man a man But if I wnnt to conquer my spiritual foes if I want to get tho victory over sin death and hell I como to the front of tho boat O Lord and I kneel down and 1 say Jesus Christ Thou who dost hush tho tempest hush all my grief hush all my A man a temptation hush all my sin man a God a God I learn once moro from this subject that Christ can hush a tempost It did seem as if every thing must go to ruin The disciples had given up tho idea of managing tho ship tho crow wero en tirely demoralized yot Christ rises and Ho puts His foot ou tho storm nnd It crouches at His foot Oh yes Christ can hush the tempest You havo had troublo Perhaps It was tho little child taken away from you tho sweotest child of tho household tho ono who asked tho most curious questions and stood around you with tho greatest fondness and tho spado cut down through your bleeding heart Perhaps it was an only son and your heart has over slnco been like a desolated castle the owls of tho night hooting among tho falling arches and tho crumbling stairways Perhaps It was an aged mothor You always wont to her with your troubles Sho was In your homo to wolcomo your children Into life and when thoy died sho was there to pity you that old hand will do you no moro kindness that white lock of hair you put away In tho caskot or In tho locket didnt look as It usually did whon sho brushod It away from hor wrinkled brow in tho homo clrolo or In tho rountry church Or your property gono I havo ho much hank stock I you said havo so many uovornmont Heouriuus i havo so many houses I havo so many farms all gone all gono Wliv sir all tho storms that over trump led thoir thunders nil tho nhlpwrookn havo not boon worse than this to you Yot you havo not ivoun cumplololy overthrown Why I Chrlit hushod tho tontpont Your Uttlo ouQa woiM UUu uwuy CUrUt uv i wob to tho aroused Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ spiders have thatllttlo ono In my keeping I can care for him as well as you can bettor than you can O bereaved mothor HushWhon your proporty ing the tempest Thcro nro treas Â¬ God said went away ures in Heaven in banks that never break Jesus hushing the tempest Thcro Is ono storm into which wo will all have to run Tho moment when we let go of this life and try to take hold or tho next we will want all tho grace possible Yonder I see a Christian soul rocking on the surges or death All the powers or darkness seem let out against that soul the swirling wave the thunder or the sky the shriek or tho wind all seem to unite together but that soul is not troubled there are sighing no There Is plenty or tears In tho no tears room at tho departure but ho weeps no tears calm satisfied peacerul all is well By the Hash or tho storm you see the har- Â¬ bor just ahead and you are making for that harbor All shall be well Jesus hushing the tempest Into the harbor of Heaven now wc slide Were home at last home at last I Â¬ Â¬ Softly we drift on its bright silvery tide Were home at last Glory to God all our dangers arc oer We stand secure on the glorified shore Glory to God we will shout evermore Were home at last - liberality accompanied with the grateful praises of thoso ho mndo happy and by royal honors richly deserved has been followed slnco his death by blus3lngs which multiply and spread overy succeed ing year Thoro is no auction to tell how diminished is tho original sum of his gifts nor chance for groed to thwart tho noble plan he wisely benevolently mado It will stand for generations an imperisha ble monument to his memory nnd honor Other men of wealth havo mado invest ments in hospitals and institutions of learning where young men aro qualified to go forth as teachers ministers aud missionaries and tho rich fruits of their inÂ¬ vestments aro to ba seen m every nation and clime on our globe And whilo they are benefiting the world by such outlay of their wealth they aro laying up treasures in Heavon It is an investment that thioves can not steal nor covetous buy at depreciated valu and that pays well and by insured interest moro than the world can givo iu tho highost stock boom ever known Let men of wealth wisely consider their investment There is no future probation for repentance or to van tiry mistakci 6 IK 2t In Congrtgatioital Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ could only look upon ono at a timo Thoy could address him only through tho eye the Tho moment that whs withdrawn sp Ml of their charm was broken If thoy followed him in memory it was only as tho unsatisfactory pleasure of a dream So soon cams the t m3 of that enjoyments impossibility compared with tho labor and expenso of their possession it was a trilling reward And when wo compare the Investment of so much wealth whero care and risk make the possession more of a burdon than a joy it seoms greatly wanting of that true wisdom which should govern a man in his brief lifo and espe cially whon compared with investments made by other wealthy men George Peabody invested much wealth In England for the benefit of tho poor and in our own country for tho education and elevation of tho ignorant and lowly Tha profound satisfaction while ho lived in witnessing tho benefits of his muniflcout MONEY INVESTMENTS Tho Way to Knjoy Your FoMnnslnna by Throwing Into Them Tlne of Hu Â¬ manity and Hoaveti On reading tho account of tho grant Stowurt auction salo of paintings somo reflectiong arose not of hostility to art or disparaging to tho talent they exhibit for tho lovo of tho beautiful whether of nature or art is inhorcnt and every one but a fool will pay deserving homage It is of tho comparative uso of wealth wo speak and thi satisfaction and bonolltdo Nono of thoso raro rived therefrom paintings purchasod at great cost brought any thing near thoir original valuation One reflection was how brief and unsatisfactory must have been tho enjoyment of In tlio this great departed merchant ardor of successful business which taxed his time and strength how little pleasure He or benellt could thoy afford him Â¬ Â¬ SCHOOL AND CHURCH Miss Cntlierino Wolfo holpcd a number of girls through Vusanr with- Â¬ out letting them know from whom tho money enmu In Groat Britnin last year forty seven hooks on Ireland wcro published nnd thirty one on tho subject of ShakeÂ¬ speare and his life In it Chincso mission school of tho United Brethren at Portland Ore moro than fifty pupils havo professed faith in Christ and united with tho church A society for tho promotion of church unity has been organized in Thus far tho member Â¬ Philadelphia ship seoms to be composed exclusively of Protestant Episcopalians clerical and lay but liny baptized person is eligible Two Venetian ladies named Sil vestri have formed at Vienna a school for young girls to learn tho arts of mosaics and given them the Palazzo Scerimau in which to work Thoy exe- Â¬ cute orders of all kinds sending tho work in sections to nny part of tho world Chicago Advance The Baptists of tho United States Northern and Southern gave last year 1677706 for home and foreign mis Eor education and other pur- Â¬ sions poses the contributions amounted to 1014412 and for church support 4924553 making a grand total of 8510701 by over 2700000 members N Y Independent A committee of Baltimore clcr-gymen havo sent a document to Presi Â¬ dent Cleveland urging him to con- Â¬ sider the propriety of a change in the army regulations that will secure to tho United States soldiers the privi- Â¬ lege of a better observance of Sunday and protect them against excessive du ties on that day The strangest strike on record 13 that reported from the islam of Scio by the SI Jama Gazette Many par Â¬ ishes of the Greek Church were back Â¬ ward with their tithes and they wero interdicted by tho Bishop Tho priests stopped their work of marrying bap- Â¬ tizing and officiating at burials of tiio dead and these matters were taken in hand by the laity Sister MariauiaFIynn lias been ap- Â¬ pointed Superioress of St Marys Col- Â¬ and Mother lege Emmittsburg Md Superior of tho Sisters of Charity of tho United States iu place of tho lato Sister Mariania Mothor Euphcmia Fly nns place as treasurer of tho order has been filled by the appointment of Tho new Sister Angeline Davis mother Superior is a native of St Louis In a certain Richmond school tho reading class was up and a bright lit- Â¬ tle follow was reading away Avitii vim Tho teacher was listening with admi Â¬ ration but presently was start led whon Aud he garnished his she heard teetii with rags Whats that What did you say she quickly asked The answer came in a childish simplic He garnished his teeth with itv The teacher could not refrain rags from laughing outright when she saw how her pupil had distorted tho sen- He gnashed his teeth with tence rage Â¬ BOSTONS LATEST FAD Ilrmrning and IlntlimlnMm PMcardetl for it New Mental DIhouhu joine friendly reader of this column has sent me word that a now mania lias attacked Boston society It is Two Ways oT CrltleUm Thoro is a great deal In tho art of put Â¬ ting things Whn you do a thing it deponds very much as to how you do It Somo peoplo havo a supercilious way of correcting tho faults and sitting in judg Â¬ ment upon tho opinions of others which is as galling ns it is unfriendly and unkind Others with kindlior natures inform ono of a mistake iu a way that makes it a pleas Â¬ ure to be corrected So with criticising tho min stor It can bo dono in a rasping acetic way carrying a sting whoso smart Others shall bo felt for a long timo again will approach tho minister with criticism put forthn such a way astoloavo a senso of an net of kindness gracloiuly bestowed Leigh Hunt has open taken to task by tho gontler sex for saying that worauns chlor virtue was amiability But it is a question if it might not bo in- Â¬ sisted upon as a crowning virtue or man Tho kindly disposition which avoids giv Â¬ ing unnecessary pain goos far In a shilling world whore all are Imporfect and whero overy ono may be said to inhabit a glass houso of his own Whether In the lino of criticising onos faults or ones opinions or In whatovor way wo express dissent from other thoro Is much In the feeling which lies back of it Kindnoss born or a doslro to roudor a friondly sorvleo wins Its way to tho innermost chambers of tho heart whllo tho unkindly feeling with its barbed lauco loaves a wound slow to closo and which Is pretty sure always to leave a soro spot ChrUllan at llorfc Thr mothers lovo Is at HrU nn absorb Â¬ ing dtdlght blunting all othor sensibili ties it Is nu expansion of tho animal oxist enco it enlarges tho Imagined ran go for ulf to movolu but In niter yours U can only contluuo to bo joy on tho hiiiiio Venn as other long Uvoil lovothat Is by much suppression of self and powor of living in tuo uxporlouco of unotuor Utoiyt Elfou Â¬ i I I It may be suld that tho hnrdot thing In right onos no IT thi world la to do and that tho ousiost thing In thn world U to eo whore othr full short of doing Jiut rlkhu Hut thoro l no rousou why ono should shrink from undurtuklng to do thn jut hitrdett thing or should n Tin dolus ik uuloili tf more recent and almost moro alarming than tho rago for Browning and Brali miuisni and while it lasts is a source Tho technical naino of much anxiety of this new disease is Kussophobia It manifests itelf tho writer says in a wild enthusiasm for tho study of Rus Â¬ sian politics religion and indeed every thing pertaining to Russia Tho first symptom is a fever for readingtlio novels of Gogol and Tolstoi the next stage is ono delirious delight in tho imstories of Underground Russia and lsis Unveiled When tho dis Â¬ ease is at its height tho patient hunts up transplanted Nihilists with whom lie biscusses the stato of Russia Of course tho victims of tho mania havo formed themselves into a club and now indeed the Czar may tremblo for hi3 lifel He lias managed to oludo Nihil- Â¬ ists up to date at home but now that a determined club composed of young women has decided that tho sorts havo never been really freed and that Rus sian peasants ate tho most abused peo Â¬ ple iu the world Alexander might as well shoot himself at once Another phase of this Russupliobia which til writer neglects to mention however is the eagerness on the part of litiuuista to learn one of tho most ditlicult lan Â¬ guage in the world and so ho able to read tiognl and IoMoiin thn vornao ular French and German and Italian are mere childs play to the broken backed double jointed polysyllables of the Mav let Huston young people nothing daunted have tackled thin philological hear and actually jiiy thoy enjoy the wivMlo If there h another language more dillleult to leiirn they jnt wish to have it brought right Ung while their tunguua are Umber -- JAuyJ hUiUoa1 with ib ih j i o V few II - - -- isKr n ttythhtft amueszr4r -p- v WMrffc J trrwr-rmtl J Mssdlh4BwI J -- VVI tmwBWllHMfi 4 HOME FARM AND GARDEN Mrs Clevelands Stationery With her characteristic lovo of sim- Â¬ plicity Mrs Cleveland docs not use for her correspondence tho White House stationer which has been preferred by some of the occupants of that homo of tho Presidents which has a United States shield on it in colors nor docs she use that preferred in the business offices in the building wliich has the words Executive Mansion Washington in raised letters at the head of tho paper and on tho upper left hand cor- Â¬ ner of tho envelope Our first ladys note paper and envelopes have Execu- Â¬ tive Mansion Washington on them in quite small silver capitals The seal in white wax has her monogram im- Â¬ pressed on it evidently by her own dainty lingers Whatever she puts in her easy unaffected and perfectly neat and legible handwriting in her notes and letters is suro to be directly to the point not a word too much or too little and while seemingly unrestrained save by good taste in her written as in her spoken words she never says or writes any thing of which even a malicious person could make mischief Wash ington Letter newly-ma- S9 Whin all uo called remedies fall Dr Sagos Catarrh Remedy cures Paris grcon the American tourist In France Washington Critic JVb Opium In Plsos Curo for Consump- Â¬ tion Curos whoro other rumedioH fail U5c THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY Ior IWr nile Indlratton etc Free from Mercnry i xmUla only Puro Vegcublo Ingredients evn locomotiyk that blows to pieces Is a A CltAS X CRJTTENTON NEW YORK Butter takes nothing from the soil that nfFccts fertilization in the way that wheat ami other crops do Molasses Cookies One cup cacli of molasses ami brown sugar three fourths cup of melted lard one egg two teaspoonfuls of soda one in the sour milk the other in the molasses and Hour to mix not too hard House Â¬ hold COCKLES ANTI BILIOUS RADWAH KiKiKi READY RELIEF CUItCS THE WORST PAIKH In ttm tweedy Mlantr Hot ono kosr after rcadlna tbU nee any ome SUrFK WITH PAIX now mechanical toy S win In moments when taken according Cream Carrots Peel and slice thin directions curo Cramps Spasms Bour Dtomack And otlior afioctlons nrlsltif from Impure blood may Heartburn Hick HoadacbK Hummer Complaint boil until tender then drain oft water SKAMLESS appear nt this season when the blood Is heated Diarrhea Dysentery Colic Wind In the Bowels ana Shoe In tho world Hoods Enrsaparltln removes tho euuio of IIilmo all other Internal Pains add butter and let them simmer a Finest Calf perfect fit and by purifying vlullrlcg und enriching tlio trouble UK nr MUl J f H MALARIA IN ITS VARIOUS FORMS CUBED AN iia wiiiiu vuiiiiviii imuuu while then turn on rich milk with blood and at tho samo time it Klrei tone and m m a strength to tho whole system and makes one feci ami i ice an styles toe as as VZf w n PREVENTED stylish and durable m u jmm flour enough to make a gravy They r m a mfim liken ucwninn tlioe costing V or tG vr h There Is not a remedial agent In tho world tht HiM I know Hoods Sarsaparllla to bo good by tho are nico without the milk for a change Y l IIOUUTAS will euro Fever and Ague und nil other Malarious trial I garo it for eruptions on my face I had n ujno HHtiK excels m nillous and other fever aided hr CAIWAVM v ibsv mw tw Boston Budget bnocs adver iWW bard timo to purify my blood but succeeded ut Inst me TMoy PII1N so quickly as JtAJ KlUJX tised -oilier 11 A nil v i CYW c W wnssssssi G v-with Hoods Sarsupurllla 1AUlt KEIlil not only cures thoWAXS sclicd rrjtb Most kinds of fruit trees thrive -is am tiir apiiiiiiB M9 twJMHIIsssV urius It it it patient lws Champaign III vi Malaria but If people exposed to the Malarial poi- Â¬ best on rolling land Hardy grapes do Be euro to get tho peculiar medicines son morning tako ae Krady lteller in water and - nUni ul tm goingwill crcry will preventcat say aor HU drops of cracker beforo well on almost any soil with a little lis i ml irUaiw4 m out they attacks ttuaf mI SkM It Instantly relieves and soon cures Colds 8or care Sandy ridges are best adapted nors all wear thoW I DOUGLAS S3 SHOE Â¬ Sold by nil druggists six for l Prepared by nil If your dcalordocs not Inn them cnd yournmeou Throat llronchltls Pleurisy Btltr Neck tho Congesto their growth but sand and leaf tions und Inflammations whether of C I HOOD A- CO Apothecaries Lowell Muss luugs postal to W L DOUGLAS Brockton Mais Kidneys or llowols mold mixed with undcrdrained clay IOO Doses One Dollar will produco large vines and fine TPtas T7amv7fv fy OttfnrrT la 4liA BSSM RHEUMATISM NEURALGIA for soldiers and widows of tho Beet Euziest to U60 and Clintpcet 1 yields of fruit Troy Times War and Rebellion All PENSIONS Mexican Gorernuipnt ITcndacho Toothnclie Weakness or Pain in the Claims Col kinds of Uncle Chest or Limbs by one application Alfalfa is proving a great blessing lectod Circular of laws sent free Kitzoekald i Fifty cents per bottle Hold by Druggists U S Claim Collectors Indianapolis Ind Powell to the cattle growers of California CO N Y DR RADWAY With it and a supply of water vast fir return mall Pull Dracrlptloa wmt by HI Sold Proprietors of Radwnys 8arsnpnriUlnn Itcsolvent New T Hiizeltino FREE MoodysMOODTailor System of llrufi H 50c Eby draggistA orWiutoii mail Pa tracts of sandy waste once thought and Dr Hadways Pills Cutting V V CO Cincinnati a valueless have become a source of There is a curious law In vogue in large profit to their owners The lleh Switzerland which compels every of alfalfa fed cattle is said to be of su- Â¬ rried couple to plant trees short- Â¬ perior quality Cincinnati Times ly after the marriage ceremony The Jelly Sauce Melt one ounce of trees Mrs Mary A McClurb Columbus Kans Mrs Pahmema IinuNDAau of 161 Lock Street ordered to be planted on wedding in No ember 18W writos sugar and a couple of tablospoonfuls days are 1 was troubled with Liver Disease in rtKurd 1 addressed youbeing alUicUd with General Lockport A 1 writes my la ulUi the pine and weeping willow to chills nervous und general debility with frequent of currant jelly over the lire in half a weak- Â¬ liver disease heart trouble and female Debility sore throat and my mouth was badly cankered and but 1 wua advised to use Dr llercos ness My liver was inactive and pint of boiling water and stir into the tree on natal days tho suggestive birch suffered much from Golden Medical Discovery Fuvorito Preis selected Chicago Times namoaBC KnnonsirL I mil lilciiflfd to Iriiv tlint vnur Onlilon Heart Trouble scription and Pellets I used ono bottle Medical sauce a teaspoonful of corn starch Discovery and Pellets havo cured mo of all thcBO flvo of tho Discov of tho Preserlntlon ailments and 1 cannot euy enough in tbelr praiso I must also dissolved in half a cup of cold water Time noon of a sultry August ery and four of the Pleasant Purpttivc Pellets My health be Â¬ say a word in reference to your Favorite Prescription as it Let it come to a boil ami it will be Sunday X to gan to improve under tho use of your medicine and my strength has proven itself a most excellent medlcino for weak females Did you the rector cumo back My difficulties havo all disappeaivd 1 can work hard It has been used in my family with excellent results read for use DemorcsCs Monthly find it very hot in church this morn Â¬ nil day or walk four or vo miles a day and btaud it well and when DynpcrtHia Tamks L Colby Esq of Yucatan Houston Co 1 begun using tho medlcino I could scarcely walk across the room Remember that the greatest ene- Â¬ ing Rector Yes it made me hot to 1 was troubled with indigestion Afitm writes nnd would eat most of tho time and I did not think I could over feel well ugain my a plant can have is another plant look at you X But I was not asleep llttlo heartily and grow I have a littlo baby girl eight monthsis old Although she is areme Â¬ sour stomach audpoor at tho same time I experienced heartburn many other disagreeable smptonis common delicate in slzo and appearance she healthy I give your of the same kind growing by its side to that disorder I commenced taking your Rector I saw that you were not X dies all tho credit for curing me as I took no other treatment alter Re- Â¬ Golden Medical Discovery and Pellets and as both feed on the ame material beginning their use I am very grateful for your kindness and No the Hies kept me awake IHVIBuHlTrS I Imn now entirely freo from the dyspepsia and tliuuk God nnd thank you that I am as well us I am after years move the weaker plant and leave the I am in fact healthier than 1 havo been for of suffering THF SVJTFII I flvc ycara I weigh ono hundred and soventy- stronger One good plant will yield jure i v uEuiiEK oi xorKMtrc uauaraugus co Illood Will Tell yiuium ono umj ono lialf pounds and have done as xv i writes i wish to say a iew wonis in praise I more than two plants under unfavora- Â¬ There is no question about it blood will much work tho unst summer as I havo over LIVER I of our Golden Medical Discovers and Pleasant dono in the same length of timo in my lite 1 never took a ble conditions Indianapolis Journal tell especially if it be nn impuro blood medicine that seemed to tone up tho muscles tuid invigorate Blotches eruptions pimples and boils W03 a great taking them u Disease severe pain in1 my right side sufferer I hadwas tho whole sjetciu equal to your Discovery and Pellets Never cut down a tree in a field all symptoms of an impure blood due to aro continually tho my own work I am happy to say unablo to do DyapopHln Theresa A Cass of Svrtnpflila Mo writes that is to be cultivated but dig around improper action of tho liver When this I was troubled ono year with liver complaint dyspepsia and I am now well and strong thanks to your medicines properly perform and cut off the roots when it will important organ fails to and cleansing tho it Medical Discovery cured its function of purifying 77 Cbronic Diarrhea Cured D Lazakre Esq 7S and of sleeplessness but your GoldenII E Mosley Montmorencl me fall over and the stump can be re- Â¬ blood impurities aro carried to all parts of I iibed three bottles ChillM and Fever Itev S C Dccatnr Street Kcw Orleans La writes Last August I thought 1 would dlo with chills and fever the Golden Medical Discovery nnd it has cured mo of chronic writes moved at once A stump in a field or the system and tho symptoms above re- Â¬ 1 took your Discovery nnd it stopped thorn in a very short time My bowels are now regular diarrhcu of tho garden is as bad as a rock and harder ferred to aio morely evidences poison- Â¬ strugglo of Nature to throw off tho to dig out but if taken out with the ous germs Unless hor warning bo heeded tstt tree the job is not a difficult one N in ttmo serious results arjorcertain to fol- Â¬ low culminating in liver kidncv disor-Â¬ Thoroughly cleanso tho blood which Is tho fountain of health by using Dr Piercos Golden Medical Discovery and good Y Mail ders or even in consumption Dr ficrcos digestion a fair skin buoyant spirits and bodily health and vigor will be established of the best nurseries the Golden Medical Discovery will prevent und In many Golden Medical Discover cures ail humors from tho common pimple blotch or eruption to tho worst Scrofula or blood theso Especially has it proven its efficacy in curing Salt rheum or Tetter Fever sores Jllp joint Disease Scrofulous Sores poison practice prevails of root pruning trees euro healthydiseases by restoring tho liver to a condition and Swellings Enlarged Glands und Eating Ulcers few months and sometimes a full a and can walk with the help of crutches Ho docs not suffer any Kcv F AsnuiiY Howell Pastor of the Jlf E The sensational newspapers of to day year before they art to bo taken up pain nnd can eat and sleep us well us any one It has only been Indigestion C7itirci of suvcrtun N J says I was af about three months since ho commenced using your medicine flicted with catarrh and indigestion Dolls and Ordinary cultivation necessarily in- Â¬ appear to be edited by men of very broad I cannot find words witli which to express my gratitude for the blotches began to ariso on the surface of tho Boils volves considerable root pruning and ideas skin and 1 experienced a tired feeling nnd benefit he has received through you dull 88 I began tho uso of Dr Pierces Blotches is one reason why forest trees grown in To iikkau of a ponderous whale Skin 1 Incase Tho Democrat nnd News Golden Medical Discovery as directed by Urea on tho tip of Ills tail Mrs Eliza of Cambridge Maryland says nursery rows are so much surer to him for such comnlalnte and in ono weeks if tho kIkii f a storm A Terrible Ann Poolu wlfo of Leonard Poole of WiU If tho vfnthpr 1st warm timo T began to feel liko n now man and nm now sound and well live and grow than the same varieties Uamsliurg DorchcMcr Co Md has been cured UnlcxM It should happen to lull The Pleasant Purgative Pellets aro the best remedy for bilious or easo of Affliction of a bad Medical Eczema by using Dr PiercesÂ¬ Dreams dont amount to much anyhow taken from the woods whore they have sick headache or tightness nbout the chest and bad taste In tho Discovery The disease ap Golden Some signs howovcr aro infallible If mouth that I havo ever used My wife could not walk across tho peared first in her feet extended to the knee grown without any disturbance of you are constipated with no appetite tort- Â¬ Hoor when sho began to tako your Golden Medical Discovery covering tho whole of the lower limbs from feet to knees then Now sho can walk quite a littlo ways and do some light work their roots In the forest growth the ured with sick headache and bilious symp- Â¬ attacked tho elbows and became so severe as to prostrate her toms theso signs indicate that you need roots have wandered without cheek Mrs Ida M Stkono of Ainsworth Ind writes After being treated by several physicians tor a year or two sho Dr commenced tho uso of tho medlcino named above She soon Hip Joint My little boy had been troubled with hip Joint up without de- - j TheyPierces Pleasant Purcntive Pellets and can not be taken began to mend ami is now well and hearty Mrs Poole thinks will cure you All druggists diseaco for two years When ho commenced tho Golden Medical DIscoery nnd the medicine has saved her lifo and prolonged her days U6e of your stroying the remote ends which con- Disease Mr T A Aykeb of East New Market DorcUctUr County Mdt Pellets ho was confined to his bed and could tain the feeders Exchange The merest schoolboy could dispute tho not bo moved without sufferinir irrent imln Hut vouches for the above facts now thanks to your Discovery ho is ablo to bo up all tho time It is often the ciuse that ladies are saying that history repeats ithclf Journal of Education Â¬ benefited by light work in the garden and especially if they are inter Glenns Sulphur Soap is infalliblo for re Â¬ ested in observing tho different stages moving dandruff Golden Medical Discovery cures Consumption which is Scrofula of tho Lungs by its wonderful blood purifying invigora- Â¬ of growth of the plants and when the Hills Iluir Dye Black or Brown COc ting and nutritivo properties For Weak Lungs Spitting of illood Shortness of Dreath llroucbltls Sovero Coughs Asthma m Whilo It promptly cures tho severest Coughs it strengthens tho system and kindred affections it is a sovereign remedy farmers wife and the children also and purities the blood The policeman should watch that others system and increases tho flesh and weight of tlioso reduced below tho usual standard of health by become interested the cost of the labor may not prey Philadelphia Herald It rapidly builds up tho may be really considered as nothing j cnl Discovery has cured my daughter of a very bad ulcer located Consumption Mrs Edward Newton of ITarrawfmithiÂ¬ on tho thigh After trying almost everything without success we while the saving of doctors bills and You will ever bo praised by mo for tho remarkaOnt writes If afflicted with Sore Eyes uso Dr Isaac ble cure in my caso I was so reduced that my friends had all procured thrco bottles of your Discovery which healed it up the enjoyment of the garden luxuries ThomponsEyoWatorDru0gistssellit2oc Mr Downs continues given mo up and I had also been given up by two doctors I then perfectly more than compensate for the care bc- went to the best doctor in these parts He told mo that medlcino A passion the desire to be presi- Â¬ Consumption nnd Heart Dlsjeaie I also wish to was only a punishment in my case aud would not undertake to thank you stowed If every farmer would have a dent nuLixo for tho rcmarkablo curo you havo effected In my ca60 treat me no Baiu i migut try iou nver on u ror mrco years i nau tmucrcu irom mat terri- Â¬ liked as that was tho only thing that could ikwrI garden and take an interest in it it consumption and heart disease Given Up bly have any curatlvo power over consumption so Ottoen CcitE Throat lung nervous dis- Â¬ Wasted to ble disease would greatly add to the comfort and eases Bookfrco DrGeppertCineinuuti0 Iieforo consulting you 1 had wasted away to I tried the Cod liver oil as a last far advanced a skeleton could not sleep nor rest and many so weak I could not keep it enjoyment of farming as well au prove to nip treatment but I was nustmna not reeling satisncu A Skeleton times wished to dlo to bo out of my misery I on my stomacn iiy FitAiiPULLT and wonderfully mado typeJtcpublican very profitable St Louis then consulted you and you told me you bad to givo mo up yet though ho had nought for mo copy written by amateurs writer but it would Boston I everything ho saw advertised for my complaint procured n quan- Â¬ took flvo months hones of ouritnr meTho first two tako timewas treatment in nil months I Post tity of your Golden Medical Discovery I took only four bottles WOMEN RANCH OWNERS almost discouraged could not percelvo any favorable symptoms and to tho surprise of everybody am to day doing my own work flesh third month I TirEUE may be considerable point to tho and am entirely freo from that terriblo cough which harraseod me but the now recite howbegan to pick up in signs and strength I How nn Army Officer Widow Acctimu- step by step tho and realities of night and day I havo beon afflicted with rhoumatism for n number cannot practical joke of inducing a man to sit returning health gradually but surely developed themselves luted u tMiuc Fortune of years and now feel so much better that I believe with a con- Â¬ To day on a I tip tinuation of your Golden Medical Discovery I will be restored and strong tho ccales at ono hundred and sixty and am well It is interesting to know that among downdown bent pin butit tho fellow who sits never sees Otherwise ho to perfect health I would sav to those who aro falling n prey to Our principal the occupations which are opened to wouldnt sit dowo Jfcrckiiii Traveler that terriblo discaso consumption do not do as I did tako every- Â¬ wob tho Golden reliance in curing Mr Downs terriblo disease Medical Discovery thing else first but tako tho Golden Medical Discovery in tho Avomcn the hard life of ranching has early stag s of tho disease and thereby savo a great deal of suf- Â¬ IT uocsnt always follow that because a ToBEiTt F MgFarland Esq Athens La been one in which she has been par Â¬ woman has a tender fering and bo restored to health at once Any person who is My wife had frequent bleeding from Bleeding writes heart that she is will still in doubt need but writo me Inclosing a starniicd sclf ticularly successful The very hard Â¬ ing to tnko up with tho first tcudcr Phil tho lungs before sho commenced using your addrcfised envelope for reply when tho foregoing statement will Golden Medical Discovery Sho has not ships are said to have a fascination for adelphia Jferall FROM LUHfiS bo fully substantiated by me had any since its use For enmn six months one who hasa bitof love of adventure in of Ulcer Curcd ISAAC E DowfB Esq Tho Spring VaJlev- discontinued it she bos been feeling so well that sho has Stands high at tho bar A six footer Golden MedlRockland Co N Y P O Box 28 writes her nature and some women bred here is a curious fact that a man always It in the Enst have this generally sup- Â¬ Price 100 per Bottle or Six Bottles for 500 Golden Medical Discovery is Sold bj Druggists waits rundowu before posed to be masculine trait strongly up until ho isBurlington Free ho winds his carcor WORLDS DISPENSARY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION Proprlafsrs developed A good horsewoman with Ho 663 Main Street DUPFAIO If Y corpulent man maybe honest anil Tub courage and endurance can find a vast fair in his dealings but can hardly bo field for her inclinations in Jioiton Traveller managing a cattle ranch or even a called straightforward r t Rheum at the top an afllictcd scalp sheep ranch for that matter If a ranchwoman is successful it is for To make a Roman punch call him a liar tho same reason that tho ranch Â¬ Winnipeg Hiftingt nAKDSOME wuinyjl ODRFULIi man is successful because of en Â¬ STYLISH SBAMLX8S Flowehs aro natures kind words Jlrlck ergy the possession of capital and Pomervyt Democrat hard work against countless dicour umnannBU This rcnrcwints a hpatthr llfn raftdo to order la A case caki the police court docket Jnstsnch allfo as they onior beat tliBvrorlrf agonionts and sacrifices Them is no Throuchuat Its various scenes prstdaa atrlo Wbo uso tbo Bantus Clio neons AIndo la afeea auur lerfcrrtltmoney royal road to fortune cither East or The woman with a disagrconblo bang Is and atrlea t anteed or Kmlfh BILE BEANS purify tho blood by artlng c iraae rerieei rnfandad Photograph West The I have in mind as an instance nho who hammers on a piano in the housu dlrcctlrnnd promptly oh be Xlvor Skin and Kld panel original this picture For samples At f It fiarsMHi noyp xlioy conkUt of a veceUbh combination that elze of Vve refer tAasr noxt door Jhtton Bulletin elotBAnd 4 foot taps of a successful cattle raiser a lady who fiADk JCzpraaa hau no equal i medJcal nelcnco They euro Countlpa sent on receipt of XOe In sumps Aridrnss msMurwortli 10c or It4lBs Co tloii ItlalarSa and Dycpcpsla and aro a afcKuard had spout much of her freshness in the A windmill is a broezy affair srnn wc stamps XllXtt liKANB hnfnMa DOUSSi Li BCalriKt all form of fevani chlllu and fever Kali atone Clrcalaro lroe HU Iob 1 Me tBis dty gayoties of tho representative social No not always mnio and TtacUwgo dlHcaso Scud 4 cent nontasro for a sam i MUTT ItUtMiA me IlrlehtM aud tei fho THUTU of what wo nay lrlc 25 cents per bottle center of tho country When rh be gomlor teuillod to any addre postpaid DUNK ONK MKAfi Hold by druKKUU camo tho wife of an army olliccr sho WHllifltciNCINNAnqfeg CO r mtmaazFxx a a XjOttxm auto vawuucrowi Fashionaiilr Wall stroot garufont learned tho valuable lesson of adapting stock king On AKtnt MtrelisHt enly wsatf 4 laaywrUwnT herself to circumstances In this way she The most soulStirring dlvorslon tho received an education which was to fit her tobocomo one of tho most successful bustlmido Wnuy U Iron tho mot Ironical Whoa rnnohownors of the Southwest when Truysllna mm Mr to ms--iZLZlli TBI on the death of hor hiihbaud ho found it Is rulllng Whv lhv Bra lh tiMi ia s l rati h SS UltiTIt liilM lAtnrI- - mZtimi1 liornolf alone in tho world with a inotl Whemi to pitch ft tout In n plno forest BltlltiuiMI lU capital There U no Biiggoathm in V k A J MILLARD JtimtMM is a obor man to wk u tljjjit ropo It tk tho wlioliivnimrotnut buccotmfiil IS1IULH l mayknt much of u rosldonua la a gen A H rniiuhwoniHii of tlmt lullcnlo liuMiounn aBL r cral way rcwurkwl the impeuuuloiu r Huwur whluli wr the plcturu of her tIflL tut 1VB yiHUH WttlTINM T al uol a MrstriiLu draurlnis A I4t m mr Hs Jliiit youtk ifattoH iM J rwmJJrfAit TmiUr ta Boils and Pimples W L DOUGLAS ItBowel Complaints to A a tan 3only 83 SHOE Tho ro Hoods Sarsaparilla 1 - ritttsirti fcj f Kafcl m m m LIVER BLOOD AND LUNG DISEASES I 11 THE BLOOD IS THE LIFE I I J CONSUMPTION WEAK LUNGS SPITTING OF BLOOD Â¬ I M Si J4 m l out-of-do- or iANTs JSLIP M I 1 v -- rfl UAV PHNTS KwSh 1 s oo For a woman tt - Procter admit she behind the times1 Nobody uses ordinary soap now they can get Lenox to say she does not use Gamble Lenox Soap is to m jjg Ks I f iB HBBBaaaS UUk r ft - vj rXt rw---- rw BRINKLEY GRUBBS JTGEVEOOH UKSTOOOOS A A te fe wt C i i ht 14 t N ir id MORGAN COUNTY About Roads As it iWw iixwibltt to lmve good DEALER IK EzrL July 1 Married at this place roads hvour section of county under cx PUIUSHCD 1YPENCER COOPER Juno 29th Frank Sample to Miss Ollic itting road laws wc reproduce liclow a Goodwin Attendant James Lacy and tho Urown Ymr letter from Capt 0 Apublished to Ac Miss Minnio Ward Elder D G Combs a And Mtint llu Irfld lit Attvtincn Peninsula Enterprise officiating Several jollies from West comae 0 II Vn With the exception of a IRON Liberty wcro present making it altogeth- Â¬ few minor details wo nro in the samo TIMETABLE er a lovely occasion and wo hope the Tinners Stock Mantels Etc boat na the pcoplo of Accomac and Huushino of peace and happiness may Kentucky and South Atlantic Railway And Manufacturers of should make an cllbrt to get out on the ever light up the path of theso two fair Standard liuio 22 minutes slower than Mt samo plan a3 hero suggested by Capt Plain Stamped and Japanned Tinware Sterling time Samples Good roads would bring wealth No X leaves Mt Stealing ut 7 A M arrives Brown 002 Wist Main Sthukt Nelson Maxey and family of Lexington nt Uothwull nt 6 10 A M to this county and with them we could JNo 2 leaves llothwell ut 9 A ar arrives at aro visiting relatives and friends at this and 201 to 20U 7th St export the produco raicd and sell it at 3ft Sterling nt 1050 A M place He made tho trip a distance of KY INo 3 leaves Mt Sterling at 140 p v ar- good prices Capt Urown has traveled about fioventy five miles in one day If aC fJin rives fit llothwoll nt 520 P M world and ought to know No 1 lenvcs llothwoll at 1J45 P m arrives all over the wc all had such bosses as this we E TUCK whereof lie speaks Hero is his letter nt Mt sterling nt r3u p m Louisville Ky with wouldnt be cuttin up so much about a GEOKGE No 2 connect nt Mt Sterling with 1105 A As none of us in tho county have any M and 157 i M train on C fc Q railway railroad to what it should cost to CO GREEN HUFFAKER for Lexington Citicinuati and Louisville experience as in good condition Oscar Young one of tho carpenters keep our roads and Wholesale Doalovs ia No connects nt Mt sterling with UlMA from the Kat nml lM aro continually making extravagant es- Â¬ working on J M lieratts barn was M train on AND I propose to shed riding a prizo when the pillar gave way train from Loumville and Cincinnati timates and romarks rM G15 WMain St LOUJSVILLP KY jErMontgonicry county coutt dnyfcpccial some light on the subject by comparing IJeavcs llothwell oil tlio Jrd Monday in encli if with other localities which have an and Oc made a start for heaven all at Invites you to call ami sco him when you vnionth at 7I0 A M arriving at ML Sterling organized force and have several years once but liko the rest of us didnt suc visit theeity it0AJl Koturnine leaves Mt Sterling and whoso accounts 1 have dced very well lie went up several Uit3 P M arriving at Roihwell at 4 10 P M cxpeiionce Leaves llothwell for Mt Sterling nt fi P M betorc me when this comparison ismadc feet struck the wall and bounced oh to a Ju our system and its results will beshown GFO 15 UAHV15H Supt one side and got considerably scratched to bo weak expensive and ineffective S S Dennis J S Nickell W N WITH The cost and mode of doing this kind of will be computed with the town Â¬ Nickcll Nelson Maxey and Lconord work LOCAL HEWS 1 CORRESPONDENCE ship of Chelmsford Mass There they Prater loft on yesterday morning for the Our Sprmlling letter came too lato for have 27 miles of public roads here we mouth of J3eaver well equipped to both have uOO miles of roads There all the publication Una wed roads are worked by organized foice un- er the finny tribe Horn To tho wife of James Nickell Died Near Spradling on Saturday der ouo man who receives 5100 per day hero we have an unoignnized force on the 21th ult a boy Hiuk r night llolliu u little son of G W Fullcs managed bv 125 men There all men jigcil about ono year employed arc paid for their labor and Thousands of people suller with back it is elleetive hero no man is paid for ache not knowing that in most case it Casper Cable an old and highly re- Â¬ hit Jalior and it is of little use There is a symptom of diseased Kidneys and li jected citizen of this county died nt tho current expenses for one vear is er which plasters and lotions cannot heal 037 West Main Street m residence in Die Flat Woodn neigh- Â¬ 15775 or J22 10 per mile labor included The best and safest remedy is Dr J J I heio the current expense for one vear McLeans Liver and Kidney Halm 100 borhood Jast Saturday morning and was is 88800 or 12G0H cents per mile labor per bottle Sold by LI H Swango Ha- Â¬ buried with Masonic honois on Sunday included that is 4500 men are called zel Green for work on roads besides the cash that ndv KNOTT COUNTY Tlio following nro the registcra at the they are now paying and though this A WOKD time is of little use on the roads yet Pay House WITH it is a groat loss to the industries ot the Hixdmax June27 Crops look very Lcbliq E Swctman Omaha Nebraska county Their country is rough and well hero considering the dry weather Thos Watts Lost Creek locky requiring nioie labor than ours and farmers arc busy laying by then C O Maxey Kzcl It isVubject to deep ft cozing and conse corn quently moiojabor has to be done Govedon Konny J T Uiere aro some improvements going HARNESS AND COLLARS Henry C Cox West Liberty Sick headache is the bano of many on in town A well h being dug on the Ti7 7Mt A 711 W MAIN STKKLT live this annoying complaint maybe T Iioratt preached at Oamp cuiod and piovented by the occasional court hoiii c square which is a great nelev J LOU IS VILLF KY Hro cessity at this time Ail1 J lays rtou last Saturday and Sunday and say use of Dr II McLeans Jiittle Liver K TUHNER the people nro much interested in jeli and Kidney ITIcts They are pleasant are erecting a two story store hoiiao which Headquarters Mt Sterling Ky gioiis matter good congiega--tion- s to take no linger than a pin head and they will push to completion as rapidly Jiehad IlhlUKslSIIXCi fivoiito for billioiiMicss an possible in order to be leady for the and good order Ho will begin a aic the hdie the had tate in mouth jaundice for tall trade also J M Iliiley is making Co protracted meeting at the Widow Nap leucorrheu and painful menstruation prepaiation for a new building Wholesale IVnlen in t oliool liotiso 11 near Canipton next 25 cent a vial Sold by G per Swango UK French and J M Hailey left Hazel reen Monday night hoic Satuiday ior Whlkvbuig wheie liin w Main st Loiib villi ky Tho Rowan Resolutions The- following arc the regutcrn at the they weie going on mineral business Will heat Mt Sterling otry utility Court The people of Kowan county are de- Â¬ Jficratt Hourc Our Sunday hehool is progressing fino termined to have peace within her bor- Â¬ W A Patton Catlettsburg ly now ders even though they have to light to 0 D Sublctt Salyerville There was an examination of teacher GENERAL I maintain it Tho following resolutions held heie on the 24 hist in which John Sehrope St Louin Mo there weie passed at a citizens meeting held were thirteen applicants eight of whom IL D Jlnnliow there ou June 2th Jim Ulackwood Milton W Va were successful He it resolved That we the underHAZEL GKEEX KY Miss Eugenia OockrilljEzol The mineral fever is still raging but is signed citizens of Rowan county and the Mim Lulu Cock rill Have the following pioperty which they town of Morehead resolve ourselves in Â¬ somewhat abating A J Cobum and wish t sell at once and parties dextrin to T M ThoniiH to an association lo bo known as the K S May are still in the business Thoy secure bargains will find it to their interest Howan County Mutual Protective Asso- Â¬ recently bought of David Conley about to inspect the pioperty We will tiade some Jas 0 Mareum Louisa ciation of it to hltte Kiass hind Write usJr M llice Jr acres uf land on Laurel Creek Wobiieby pledge to ourselves and the 2500 acres of land that has about lOu No people of Kentucky that wo will obey biack walnut trees of finest quality and Wolfe county IJ i niile fiom Ilas el iiecn Thoyll PInCcdJy Do Tho Work finest vein of Good dwelling house mid outbuildings well the law and wc aie determined lo re- Â¬ There is an advertisement in this paper quire the observance of it in others Wo 1500 poplar tiees and the watered good titnbet line apple otchard coal voittK Ac lioadcd Throw 1hysic to the iogs but ato tired of bloodshed and aro determin- Â¬ canncl coal in Eastern Kentucky Hickory the man or woman wlio would cast Cu- Â¬ ed to have a dominion of law rather than No 2 About 110 actes of land on Upper Sick headache wind on the stomach Lou Itratiuh ot irnssy Creek Morgan counlverts little liver pills to a canine would a reign of terror We agree to act as a posso comitatus ty 2 miles from Kel 40 acres in eulthatiou bo a consumato fool Our better heven- - whenever summoned by tho Sheriff to billiousnes- nausea are promptly and iDod house and out buildings well timberagreeably banished by Dr II McLeans ed and plentv good watei Cotl viiii both tecn twentieths was out okelter some execute the proccs of any court and Little Liver and kidicv PilleK 2c a hitumiuoux canncl and when wanants of arrest are placed in vial Sold by G H Swango Hazel contain lead and copper vein supposed to way her liver was inegular in iN ami dissipated maybe and we our hands we agiec to biing tho naitiiw G recti of tho the No 3 One two stoiv dwelling built in bought her a bottle of those ame little accuced todead bar necessarycourt alive if Another Now Railroad 1VS1 containing mx room good out build- possjblo if It A special from New York city to the IIIJivor pillots She took two pills a night titri nif tirvi J il li nil v Wo lequcht the Circuit Court Judge tt tt va with tare ami ior two wouks and improved every day of this district to immedidately call a Courier Journal says been made under gtoiinds wlII set line assortment ofiluabh shrubbery and a fruit An organization has from tho time she commenced to take special term of his court for Kowan the charter granted by tho Kentucky gtapus Ac The best garden in towli one county and we pledge him our assistance of the most desirable dwellings to be found them They are little bits o things in the selection of a giand jury that has Legislature three years ago incorporat- in llael ireen Situated on the height nnd no ono would believe that they could the courage to find indictments against ing the Louisville Cincinnati and Vir- leading to the eolebialed Swango Springs successfully wrestle with an unruly liver every infactor of the law to whatever ginia Kailroad Company The line ofÂ¬ about midway botween the center of town load starts from Winchesbut they do and wiirjdown no every party or faction he may belong and weÂ¬ the proposed connects with the Kentucky and the Springs ter where it defending every wit 1115 acres of time they taeklo it Jf your liver gets pledge our lives incalled on on riey Cieek 2 No ness who may ho to testify in Central and proceeds to the three forks nilcx oiith of llael land ireeu on main loud Kentucky Kivor and thence pass of the lp going wrong as it were buv a this court has about 2U0 es tlnough the coal fields to a point on to Campton an inuxhaiistablc actes of good liottle of Calvortslitllo liver pills and We deplore violence in all its form timber and quantity of the the Virginia line where connects with finest quality of splint and bituminous and iire dui at him foo at a time Theyll but we arc determined that lawle s men the Not folk and Western it some fine quality of eaiinel coal bring him to a seiuo of his duty to the shall no longer terrorize Kowan county Â¬ Among but that wo will in the strict interpreta- lass Greenthe directors arc Messrs Doug land human system mighty quiok J L Hobeitson and F K No 3 100 acres oflino 2 miles south tion of the law make it a terror to wrong Hain of New York ex Senator J S east of Jiael CI reen nearly farming hind SO doer from whatever hourco they may all bottom laud Wo HatoTo Do it William- - A W Hamilton and T G acres in eiiltivation come in good neighborhood and coincident to Wo this Week drop from our list sev Wo will guarantee to cverv person ac Stewart of Kentucky and W DHill schools and churches F Hunt of Hirininghani Ala eral subscribers who have not renewed cused of a crime and brought to Kowan and E eounticM through which the line No tl 50U acres of land tho survey be be tried a fair trial and pro- Several This is a step we very much regret We county to The diming on the Standing Itoek corner of panbes will bo a ked to voto aid tection frgm violence counties lee miles know money is hard to get because wo We respectfully ak all good citizens engineers will begin tho location of the from Powell and Wolfohead waters10 of Campion on the the irc not getting any but this Tory reason of Kowan county of all shades of opin line within a few days llloek of ited Hiver It magistrates of Clark county sub draining covered Fork a virgin forest of pinein The o in pels us to cut oil tho Jianjes w ith It ions to jgn theso resolutions entirely mitted a proposition for the people to poplar oak walnut hiekoty and chestnut takes iicash ohtlay for paper and labor subscribe 100000 in stocks to the road timber Death of an Unknown Man miry week and it is absolutely ueuog The nameless Knglisman who has been Tho Beginning of tho End rtary for every man taking tho paper to a oluntarv inmate of tho Eastern Ken Â¬ No 7 10 at res laud most of Tho beginning of disease is a slight lien in the corporateoflimits of lliuel which tucky Lunatic Asylum ireeu jiayuu that wo can meet this outlay about twenty four years at this place for debility or disorderof some of tho vital on the road leading from town to Swango under tho name WciiVo economically own no fnt horses of Jeremiah the Prophet died there organ the stomach tho liver or the Sin ittgs joins No a and is known ns tho Mrs bowels uiuallv There are dyspeptic Elia Trimble tiaut Can be laid oil into drive out in no lino carriage dresi in Wednesday of aeuto cholera morbus liver is troublesome tho the moat desirable town lots in Hazel Circuit ordinary apparel and fcpert no diamonds He was found in tho mountains of East- Â¬ symtoin the skin grows tawney and unhealthy look- Â¬ It is newly fenced and in cultivation yet with nil our economy and close at ern Kentucky tho Jirht year of the war ing thcio are pains in tho right side or old and not being riding No OnehouHe tention to busincMj we find it hard to able to an angray maie of himself was through the right shoulder blade The IlacI S liven near theand lot in Northwest give account common school buildmeet our little bills for paper Thoy taken by tho Federal authorities and climax ih often an utter prostration of ing good new dwelling house with four is- Â¬ a rooms good outbuildings garden Ac jnuHt bo paid or down gous tho shebang broughtto this city It was thought for tho physical cnetgics perhapsmot fatal in time sue Hut if tho difficulty is a long time that he wits playing tho in twd as we shall only liavo to pay for as No 0 2000 acres of land on Kentuekv with Hostetters Slomach Hitters which papers n wo juiur they being smo lodge but ho was really demented is always effective as it remedy ami it lUvornnd Froon Creek llrenthitt count lURiiy though uovei violout He was u man of 7 miles below Jackson on he mirveyud jiujd for in advance will enable us to do moto than ordinary natural capacity should lui resorted tout an early stage of the Kentucky Iuloii and Cincinnati lines and o Jf wc had mcaiN to meqt expenses evidently a Londoner of ttltuittiou and there will bo no reason to apprehend j Southeastern railroads It lt covered with a s upon Inuivy forest of the line timber in tho thoxo iujtiiious Mibsequent ellcct W wwKrot hiitHtn to credit any man poniblv once of large mcmiK Sham and tlio system often entailed by entirely I including oak walnut poplar ali iVe State and WhVb hoh or has Ikwi OHr our list but untruth wore his especial nbhorionee Far bettoris it also to i ii underlaid wilji lneliaiiblovciiu id can cm ml di ctuH Lexington Obsicrvf r employ this nito remedial agent in fover nul and biiumlnotu coalJ hvc not the money and it U impossible Wlmn nature falter and requires help ami ague and other malarial complaint- fur MM to fnruUh tlio piprr to Hiiy ono No qufniije and other potent dings t ietd I0Ahont 8 norm of hind mi Inoy fiwrult Ii6r chfooblyjl on erg to wN6tkw not pay in advance for it ThU J H McLeans tsticjiKtlitliiug withPr than ovon whim they do prove illeo good Vi iilloi from lliel Ireeu ha a Cordial whlqh barn U welLfoueed about HO in U UtgiwM1 lwy Mud h iok all may mill lllooil Purifier SlOO per buttle mil for a linns ruin the stomuuh and im gran mt apple orfhnrdfcome llmlior ueten U well wuiered and U good fwrmliiy land ltd hh tf wWc h loinr w Hwvw pair tie conl hyiijihi Sold by G J Swjiiijjty JIuxvl Grveii Hazel Queen Herald II a THE JEWELER KOll LEAST MONKY Subscription STOVESJIK PLATE SHEET Â¬ LOUISVILLE I nm how located near llONNY KY and am iircnareu to ronair aiv invn ii 4WI uv MPUMVn MACHINKK CI OCICH j t Plin i riMiHotiitbu n nil work wnrrn nt oil liiindTe the llcst ltolled Plate Jewelry such as llrneeletH Lncc Iins Scarf Tins Ac If you want a solid gold ring I can stive you monoy In fact it you want n silver or gold watch or clock or anything in my line you surelv will tnvc money by purchasing of rue I shall keep on hand line Bibles Photo c I ul graph Albums School Hooks keep for miIh Dr T 1 Smiths Liniments and Beautifying and Ilcaibig Soup lust try this soap if rou want your skin to look pretty I also keep the best sewing machine I will attend tho Hazel oil and needles Green Stock Sales mid the West Liberty Courts fir Any one trading with me to amount of10 at one time will rcocive Tiik Ukraid one vear as a present J T GKVKDON Jeweler Bonny Ky vv T CQ BOOTS SHOES STEAL But buy Kellys STEFL axe It is the most pel feet axe made Also buy STJFL horse And use shoes Thoy will outwear iron STKFL nails They cost the same as iron For sale in Hazel Green by G It SWANGO WT CASKEY Â¬ wrs Cra LOUISVILLE Chiles MTThompson STKKL1NG KY Agents for Fastern Kentucky NEW F McGClBK Co S7V McWilliams Livery Co Stable Sale and Feed MT STERLING -- KY Drovers and Traders Headauarters The attention of horse and mule dealers cspeciillv invited to our facilities for tin handling of stock and we imite all tinleih of Wolfe and adjoining counties to tall on us when in the city X is w Harbison 1 Oath right Â¬ SADDLERY T3HCIE3 Â¬ 1 01 NCI NAT JOE Green Huffaker BOOTS AND SHOES n FOB 1887 DAILY and WEEKLY THE ITEWSIEST COOPER HEUNDON Reai Estate Agents Â¬ HOST FEARLESS MOST POPULAR ABLEST EDITED Xewspapcr in America Corrio jiti - 1 Tor Inside Information of telic mcs public privule or other kind you will bo obliged to read THE rKQUIBEU Ac to political and social Intelligence Â¬ TRUTH prca CI ANIB FACTS coquH that m - 1 Â¬ Ono Is sadly Ignorant who falls to greatest of till new siupers hab-its-kincl- er W G C30 A I xcc - 4 1 1 - v 1 1 tl iiir coiU d cscuso for evil dcedc or their au tbevs calb mutakca by their proper nume NONE EQUAL THE 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