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Hr - - J INW t i i rw r THUUBlQfll UL till IU t1 tlWMCm JJ 1 1 AOBOIiflilEXliQM I I flg HH SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor - Hazel Green HerIldM t V jJ1 - Devoted to tho Development of Knutrrn Kentucky i t Sl00 A YEAR Always In AVandtt - v il M - ir VOL III ii HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY WEDNESDAY JULY ii ir 11111 i - x i 5 c l 13 1887 I JNT0 ii 19 mmmTmml I H H - - - tj ii lKUfhSLUrtALi UAlllJS CHAPTER 12 As Act for taking the sense of the good the necessity and expediency of call- Â¬ ings Convention to amend tho Consti- Â¬ tution and to provide for ascertaining tho number of citizens entitled to vote for Representative within the State people of thin Commonwealth as to ISAAC B Attokv i W MAPEL v-at- -La r-- Dixie mul YttiiKco Doodle Cult lortli the Confederate Yell noil tho Union Cheer WllKItKAH Kxpcrienee has pointed out GirrTYsnuno Pa July Just as the necessity of amending the Constitution the clock in the tower of tho county and the expediency of calling u convention courthouse last night sounded the first JOHN H EVANS for that purpose therefore stroke of 12 the midnight stillness was He it enacted by the General Assembly of 1IAZBL CSKEKX KY hroken by the strains from a buglo of the Commonwealth of Kentucky Way Down Upon the Suwanco River Examiner That at the next general election for i Scarcely had its notes died away when Representatives to the General Assembly it for Wolfe the members of the Philadelphia brigshall be the dutv of the several sheriff and Rcnioetlnully solieitis the patronage of the other ollieers of election to open a poll for ade and Pickett3 division began the celepuhlic ami win uitcnu promptly to an mis- and make a return to the Secretary of State bration of the glorious Fourth with the iiifss entrusted to his care booming of cannon on East Cemetery for the time being of the names of all citi Cowans Ilattery and the Wheeler zens entitled to vote for Representatives who Hill and the roar of fire crackers in the Rifles departed at J oclock this evening T SWANGO have voted it the said election for calling Pandemonium reigned for an and some of tho Philadelphia Rrigaue town a convention for the purpose of rc ailopt hour and a half No such noiso has dis also left for their home Tho Piulcett HVAVL HtKKX KY ing amending or changing the Constituturbed this little village since the three division will leave at 4 oclock iu tho tion memorable days of Go This morning morning and tho remaining Philadel Deputy County Court Clerk of Wolfe 2 That any sheriff or other returnat 7 oclock the members of Picketts di- Â¬ phiaus will leave about 0 oclock ing o Hicer failing to perform the duty im vision proceeded to the court house and Will attend t all bu duess entrusted to him posed by first section of thi act sluill be CALLED OUT AND SHOT uith promptness and dispatch subject to n line of six hundred dollar were called to order by Col Aylctt Some iJUOi to be recovered bv indictment of one proposed that every member of the EO E W II ITT the grand jury in any court having jurisdicdivision present should give twenty live Cowardly AsHnsslniitlon of n 1ronilnent Citizen nt Ieltehlinld Kent unity Of Elliott County tion thereof and hhall upon conviction of cents toward paying the expenses whie h such failure be removed from ollice bv WITH W It May distiller and whisky deal Mrs Pickett incurred on tins visit Th Co the court in which such conviction is hail proposition was accepted with cheers er at Leitchtield Grayson county wau JJ That for the purpose of ascertaining and the way tho money rattled on the shot dead in his door at ono oclock last the number of citizens entitled to vote for 211 W Market St LonsviMi Ky secretarys desk was a sufficient proof of Wednesday morning May was in bet Solicits the patronngeof Eastern Kentiickv Representatives within this State in the the esteem in which Mrs Pickett is held at his homo in Leitchfield when some vear ls7 there shall be furnished as Hlsiiiks A c tor Plank Hooks one giving the name of Jack Williams hereinafter provided to the sheriffs and by tho division other ollieers of the election in August Resolutions were then adopted thank- called The pretended Williams said h 0 C LYKENs ls7 a registration book in which the ing the Philadelphia brigade for the hos- Â¬ wanted it quart of whisky and upon thin ollieers of the election shall record the pitable manner in which they had treat- Â¬ pretense induced May to come to tho County Attorney Real Estato Agont names of all citizens entitled to vote for ed them the town authorities for the door The latter who has a grocery goj and Notary Public Representatives within this State at the said wav they received thorn their own off- Â¬ the key and went with tho man They Practices in all Courts in Wolfe and Ad election The officers of the election shall icials for the trouble and time they had entered tho building by the hack door joining Counties and Court of Appeals be ex officio ollieers of registration and v Collection a Specialty shall have said registration hook open for given in bringing about this reunion and A lamp was lit and May then went t the record of said iiauitN between the Camjton Wnirr Corvrv Ky Removing n bar ho all soldiers for their fraternal greeting tho front door hours of i oclock a m and 7 oclock p The meeting then adjourned ami outside openen tho door Ah ho did so the Ugh m on the day of the August lssy election C BAKER the building they joined iu procession fell upon his face A man standing jup aiall the voting places in this Common with the Philadelphia brigade With outside tho doorway fired a load of huek wealth And it shall he the duty of all each Pickett man linked arms with a shot into Mavs head as soon ask became citizens of this Commonwealth who are entitled to vote for Representatives onthe Philadelnhian the line proceeded to the visible and May fell dead in tho door day of the next general election in August The report of a gun at that unusual Eaglo Hotel where the party look carJACKSON KY lSn to go before the sheriffs and other rehour aroused a number of people and riages and started over the battle field turning ollieers id said election in the votFor iu the first carriage were Mi- - Jeneral May was speedily discovered 11 J A TAUjUJKEj ing precinct in which they are severally enPickett and her son Jeorge Mrs Chas time the identity of tho assassin wa titled to vote and cause themselves to be Ilanes wife of the commander of the shrouded in deepest mystery but it h registeied on the poll book as qualified S280 FOR 35 CENTS Philadelphia brigade and Col Ratchel now certain that the deed was perpetratvoters of this Commonwealth and namc of any and all citizens living in thu district der Fully one hundred carriages were ed by James M Lynch formerly a law Jackson Breathitt County known to said ollieers to be entitled to vote A rent Otter imule bytlio Melllns Food in the line which wended its way through ver of some prominence iu Lcitchfiek People of ISoNton Mass tor Representatives or made known to them the dust of the Eniittsburg road to the out for some months pust a fugitive KENTUCKY Ill order to advertise Mumins Poop by evidence on that clay slmll be registered lie and May had some trouble about a Into this they turned in the vear JS7 no the following offer is made to readers of this Spangler lane as not voting And K eimeu NcirrrrcuTT and proceeded past the farmhouse to the woman of the town last Christmas and On receipt of Thirtv five other ollicer shall be authorized to make advertisement anv list or return of the qualified voters of Cents Dolihcr inodale A Co proprietors rising ground beyond Hero all alighted May eowhided him Since than ha Jint A nor shall any return of Mkuins Pood will mail to any ad and then the word went round that Mrs been heard to threaten Mavs life this Commonwealth PHYSICIAN AND SUHCiEON thereof ccept the registration books and dress two beautiful lithoed water coloV en Pickett was going to hold a reception on number of people were searching for tho certificates- proided for by this act be made gravings and a copy of Sunshine for Little the very ground over which her husbands criminal but up to a late hour that night mikx ky Ollice over W T Ca kevs tore Ollice and all laws requiring list or returns of such Children a magazine crowded with charm command had charged and within a few he had not been discovered May wt t qualified voters are hereby repealed so far i pictures ami exquisite stories for the and to i M liour S to 11 A citizen The as the year Js 87 is embraced therein These emjnnings are bv Ida yards of the woods under whose cover he a reputable and ill ones All enll attended to day or night Indignation runs high rined Iiim di with a family total number of votes so registered shall be nigh the greatest ot Atneriean ihildnif- - twciilx ears lietoiv Jim IMWffWWWBHWrl MMvnnwN the true number of citizens entitled to vote ind lloiiguereuu of Paris wluoe rani- - isinij The Pickett nun wcu- fil ln m and a J vnchiti is not improbably if tho in for Representatives within this State for iri VolV nfe known -- every quarter ed in line and one bv tu advanced ain HOTELS rhovi ol it excellence repieseui the purpose of nscertiauiou fiiis State I picture of were introduced to tinr beaming us the moi tin Tin itiveruot ot l i face a f of enuiHiiindi r bv -1 HOUSE J iconix majority convention tirCMiitatie voti for rlP fil appi mt incut ot ihc rMllowin -i Vfillllir lllisM ill Mllfiol book II of 111 II for the purjiox Wl Phey ill The Now puzzled o cr a ditlieult les on an ma u word for her The Phila with veiirlv sjilncs annexoa Jn K udopting amending or cuauging im re oow helling iii New York city atOnc ami HAZEL GREEN KY SJt- Constitution J hey elphia brigade was next pnentid Hr i eeietary ot State i Irmfviivc Cents anieee n i i tionriri Pickett stood at her side Assistant Secretary ni sfiu twun 4 Tho said registration books shall he arc pronouncci bv artists to be worus ot so that 00 appropriatelv ruled and headed fees about 3000 offer both with the and when she dropped a hand it was at the ittle huftl -ii on ml fnv mil it is herebv enacted that the unusual mcni Thev for the noniiiial price I inn now running 12Q0 Sunshine Private Secretary t fully onco grabbed by him hooks for recording beautiful five Cents The oiler is abso iitely the corner on Jlriuidwi uu re800 pen same shall be the poll of Thirtv The people then moved to the highest Same as Clerk of Railroad JJoard jiivii n nil fl1lllil lltlTlllIlN iino liui in votes lor and against the calling of the limited to 100100 pairs of pictures When i sit feel the 200 Col Ratchelder formed the Director of Geological hnrvey cad Lull and i IK round and iiuirntiniml convention and lor asccrare gone the supply will be exhausted survivors of Kcmprrs Uarnetts and Commissioner of Agriculture 2000 i ii IlKuvrr bv inv blace linnitiir tin number of citizens i lit it led to these season mothers gift to her Asa for the 200 vote for Representative within the State jlirl or bov nothing could be more appro Armsteads brigades of Picketts division Adjutant Jeneral Kv- yMU 1 I0USE had been when tho Throe Railroad Commissioners duty of the said officers of priatooracecntable MKUISH roiil DAY Nowlv Fitted and Kcfuriuslied It shall betothepropound to every voter the advertised only on the inside ot the Milis in the order they asked the commander vUi election each charge began and u ill be ioiiud question con Do vou vote for calling a 200 The best the market ailords i vers All orders should be ad of each regiment to step forward and Inspector of Mines public If such Co Proprie upon the table at all tines and the fiusU stitutional convention or not Dolibc tioodaler point out the position of his command Clerk of Adjutant Generals ollice l00t aiurmaiive nis dressed to and is respectfully solicited voter shall answer in tlie voting for said tors of MruiNs Poon 40 II 2000 to be had name shall be recorded as When this was done tne pany once num- Warden of Penitentiary I flittw ice and other iiMiruseonneeton Wharf Ro tou Mass resumed their ride and took tne ioiiow Assistant Warden of Penitentiary 1200 such voter shall answer in Central country hotels In if in lirst elass for contention his name shall be recorded as 120 is a fine stable for horses and shed room the negative ine route Out the Einmittsburgo roiu Dcputv Warden IOO Donths in charge of good hostler lastur voting asiaiust said convention and if such A MurdorThat Caused line to the Peach Orchard ClJrk vehicle along Sickles The trial mime shall be to no answer ae for horses LOU DAY Proprietress voter makes registered ashisnot voting upon Little Rock Ark Inly 7 Sarsa Clui- - thence across the bloody wheat heldVal- Â¬ Chaplain Mks 1200 iceonlcd or Through the son of Id Phvsican of Delia Hornby the Devils Den said question And it shall be the dutv of chief of the Cherokee Nation ley of Death around the base of Round Superintendents and luHsistants for i iwihliii the election at each Fuer head SPKINUS avHlnms for blind deaf and SWANCO HOARDING HOUSES votingwtic in the State to ceilify the for the murder oi nw sivivuichu t Top thence by the battle field avenue place hint iiliin the Union line post the t mbrella dumb and insane but salary Swung Proprietor number of voters registered and the of the Choctaw tribe in September total ITiu ilsoii every number voting for ealliiitf the constitu was begun in the United States Court corpse of trees where 1 laneoek fell woiint is fixed by the board of maim- Livery effort will be made to make make out a vesterdav The tribes nave mitt imm ed m by Moody Angle the high ecrs for invalids and pleasure- - tional convention and to Mild thin as pleasant facts I he showing past Notaries Public mint of this murder and il wtiter niark of the Rebellion IMllitlltMIM fees seekers as possible during tne coming i - duplicate certificateshall be by them iiiime- - Vif c very rcasona- i eviration book fXIICUSi ot the Olll- - iJ Tw tluiL at least one hundred Meads quarters through ine ueauiuui i Rates f ioaidiug on Hie v llllll l wt tit All the load Â¬ National Cemetry and entered town by lilc Call on or address slain Isaac Murphv the colored jockey hrn nionwValth by mail in the 3uvirmu oi- warriors have been HARRISON S A both tribes are the Raltimore pike over which the often been called the A ryher of America Kentucky and the du- ing braves and chiefs of State at Frankfort Havel Green Ky for particulars The piisimer seems pen- Â¬ llnifiii troons retreated after tho bloody because he lias displayed qualities as a ni utmc icn in u liiiii iiiiin iii attendance I iliunrj i iimt return o i itent and when arraigned he hied a plea struggle of the first day lor tne election oi oumOMHS HOUSE rider that entitles him to the front rank therewith ns now directed bylaw ofhee at of not guiltv but at once broke out into Pickett wa tho center of attrac- in his business Murphys first lessons ifi Mrs 8o The Secretary of State in and began singing mi tion on the field She had gathered riding were taken under the imstruotiori CAMPTON KY convening of the General Assembly loud lamentations Hie up i5uis ond eIover heads a number of Mr J 1 Williams barter at tho hu 1SN death song which ho kept next after the election in August Ho will probably of the brigade asked her for u few she meeting at Latona and the first hotre S S COMKS pitomtiKTOit organization removed from Court shall immediately upon the Ilnti ii be hanged gave them with a smile and one by one he ever rode and helped to break wis transmit to traveling public i if the same iircil by him each The natcoiium of the from Jlie said they were given away to bo treasured as Miileiiiio His next employment was showing how respectfully solicited Table the best ami tatement S100 FOR 35 CENTS egistratiou and ineiitoes Her autograph was also with the Into 1 W Hunt Reynolds fir cas everv attention for tin comfort of guests imnv votes were at the said election total To the Mother of Kvery Tlttlo lrl and eagerly sought and she refused no one wliom he rode Felicia Fortuna Falsetto - c v11 convention and the III iiiioi HOUSE George Pickett showed tho Associated Ulue Eyes and others He next rod llnv ii the United 0 States number of voters regisiereu wmiov Ky rew correspondent tho watch Ins father for Capt Cottrill winning the Kentucky Saiykusviili m her nhwc Mh ing for or against or no ai an 1 no fvun II during the charge It is a medi Derby at lmisvillo for him with Buch counties mush uic prop hall be niiide U Adams Piioiiturroii 1r- carried gold one Willi i no i UI the lOllOWIIIg oner will send Thir- um sized retain the registration books for the nsu anan He afterward worked far Ed If you This old and well known house has been examination and inspection ot lie next nthePnitedStaU stripes and stars mid bars crossed wdtho Corrigan for whom ho rode Modesty W - Freclanu auu iiizzie vwyzr mm juv tv lhe Cents to their place ol IiiihIiiam neriil Assembly thoroughly refitted and refurnished ami is lisiuouru 41 Central Wharf Roston Miihe- - lidjOtlinewhich ho participated i It shall be the dutv of the officers ji 4 i now open for the reception id the pubic battles in paid an e commenced riding for E J Baldwin on Nothing Shall he Lutt Padoae to Make whose dutv it Is by the law 10 compiiru n tlIV will mall to you postage worth ltHj r IV miv that PlCKltt s men a salary of 10000 a year Ho owns iwiiml conv G R Adams ollieers to niaku ii mfiii table certify the votes for State poiH Piciuro Hook This Is a most are pleased would lw nutting it lightly ppjmidl property iu Lexington and hu fci iwanowwM 1rim the certincates returned with thu i Kleetillll HO HOOKS IIH above pro miigiiif ccntly illustniteu oook iorn sil mid at the time thev certify the It is bound la boards illuminated cover Iu Thev aro delighted with ovcryUiing and- a Miiug bum of money in biuiki evervlMidy In tho words of nConfedorMlSCEIXAVKOlS vtlel i certllleate uy ten colors lithoed water color fron Isilej e ato Kildier tw urn nleiised all to It is announced that Judge Holt o Main omcerivotes tor voting places showing im total number 7 pages extra fine paper ami Cowan tlifHtiiniS hascaptured the Appelate Court has eoriio out hm e reListered and the nuuihcr voting hcuntlfu ami exquisite Morlestfroui our I ieccHbut rv liitf imI UTIIITh Ilir IIIV in i ii in r us bony mm mi prohlbitiohist JleuayiJ tlmt sjnee hi fiirnsh all chisses with employment at home for calling a constitutional convention and uMiilfi tho baud was playing h medley tft ill Adilrtw Wiifiilll loodiilo it Co lutim tlu whole of the tiuif or for their spare to send the eertiueaio io uiv om uamu on the bench throe vtiuw Hgu MK lr Rnsluess new light ami prollta state ami if the rcgistrathin moments of Confedernto and Pnioii war winwiw nlirlitvtlvu nor cent of erlmluiil iW Muss -- tnrtincf f-- able Pcrcons of either Ncseiisllx earn from on their bII u -v III VtUllllin ur ltmm linn en tor uuove 1I1 i IU If IIIV VLIILr before tliAt Court luivn Um dlliMtl i stlbi ill Wolfii ftiui cents to ifr per evening and a praportlnit vt destroyed or not returiied I lmvi the exclusive M place he lost the field Itrtrudc ml nJ devoting all their lime to the 1101 I lie peer f htii i It innkliiL the Mirroumllng uouatle of the Kellpit Kcwiiiy over a uttrlhutablo to thp cuwo nt ate sum bv v IiiMtnutly a lU lwl yell and Doodle OhrUtlmi mwii ImvlHK Jwtfc a wihI ue that hh n Inuliitf IIovh uml jlrU earn miirlymay inl rep It to the IviVml ANeiihly shall anv tho whik Hhhw Miielhie It Im no ejiml Hontbuy um Union cheer showed that i IoiwIwhI tumiHrl ml rtm wlftw inin That all who ne Ihl we iiiiikii he hiforiuatloi in li ferlihcMuu to ItU th hen above all ulliw Hy hm to llHi lM HHut IblHiir WWi their adtlrci s uml test the biuilies ll Mich dbirlct or pieebict mill ill you have seen It You will find that satiflhd moreover n- - the ertlrtcMti to Minw that h ivmil h tic chord In Jim brwl thU tdler To mudt as are mit ami bet by vMlier word wmU W rHK book lor thu ehcupiM Mpw send one dollar In pay we will Im- - or luw nut the nUtratlnii Isdl Till- - Vpnliw H J VWM Ihinneville ami oiiUU he Wm unit 04Kiaawi iiuiuvd bl r writing Full pnrtbnlar Ijicli vmlnif plw hi vueh vuuty TjrwVllllljf HalelHWIl Vmu AtblreM liitutui StISMiS In uhl Lcriilb aits Â¬ -Â¬ HAAZL filtEKN Will practice in all the Courts of Wolfe Powell Menifee and Breathitt counties Titles examined abstracts furnished tax os paid far non residonts mil estate bought ami hold Collections u specialty And Kijal Estati Aint KY w of Depositions county 1 - w 6 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Henry Knoefel J Â¬ A Attorney at Law Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ It shall be the duty of the Secretary of State after the adjournment of this General Asscmblv to make out the form of a registration hook and certificates to he made and used as herein provided and to furnish the same to the Public Printer forthwith and it slmll he the duty of tin said Public Printer to make up and bind in the usual form one registration book with a certificate thereon for each voting place in the State also the duplicate certificate and the county certificate and send the same to the several sheriffs who shall see that they are delivered and used at the vaiious voting places as herein required 8 That any officer failing to do or perform any of tfie acts or duties enjoined upon hiin by the third fourth fifth sixth and ficventli sections of this act shall Be subject to a line of live hundred dollars tKK to be rccovred by indictment of any grand jury in anv court having jurisdiction thereof and shall upon conviction be removed from ollice by the court in which said couviction is had 30 That it shall be the dutv of the Secretary of State to have this act adver tiseil in one weekly newspaper in each county of this Commonwealth wherein there is such paper published for four weeks and in one of the daily papers of the city of Louisville for thirty days imme diately preceding the election and in everveouutv said Secretary shall cause to be posted at the court house door a copy of this act ptined in hand bill form for at least four consecutive weeks before such election i 10 It shall be the dutv of the Public Printer to print ten thousand copies of this act upon a sepcrate sheet ot paper and deliver them to the Secretary of State who shall forward the same to the county clerks of the Miriolis counties in this State in such numbers as to provide at least two copies thereof for each voting precinct said clerks shall deliver the same to the sheriffs or other ollieers acting in the place thereof and it shall be the dutv of such sheriff or other ollicer to post one copy of said act at each voting place and another copy at some other suitable public place iu said precinct four weeks prior to the election Any ollicer failing to discharge the duties prescribed in this section of this act shall be fined for each and every failure twenty dollars to be recovered in any court having jurisdiction thereof 11 This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage Approved limitary IS ISM 7 Â¬ YANKEE AND REBEL THE BLUE AND THE GRAY HAVE A GLORIOUS FOURTH AT GETTYSBURG Â¬ Â¬ Jain llcv J K Demofcst was asked to apeak beforo a gathering of Picketts men mainly at the court house no spoko to them on tho subject of tho day How much the liberty rtnd brotherly feel- Â¬ ing characteristic of our laud should en- Â¬ dear it to all citizens This evening Mrs Pickett lick a re-Â¬ ception nt tho Pickett Division hcud quarters and for an hour shook tho hand of every ono presented to her Immediately after the reception she wis serenaded by tho Grand Army of ih6 Republic baud Tho Pickett men then adjourned to the garden of tho houso whero tho Sixty ninth Pennsylvania men were holding forth Speech making and toastofferings were then tho order till late in the night Â¬ Â¬ H Â¬ 1 l Â¬ 2 Physician and Surgeon Â¬ D Â¬ Â¬ hazil - -- 1 1 well-thought-- of I - i I idu is- PIERATT atli i iiiJ1jr 1 1 1 JH Plerat proprietor -- 5 1 in - 11 f Â¬ Â¬ - U lM Â¬ -- 1 1 -- I c irtH - -- Â¬ FW Se J 1 1 ii poll-hoo- r- 1 - pJ lltll i Â¬ - ii nuri ti -- - - a - - N0RKINGCLASSfiTI7li U 1 1 IoIr M 1 1 lllir hl j - I lf lri V Ilirlliml Mulim f Jy WwJN lirM fs1 iii SM iff 4 HS bSte f i ft - u SNI- - l wjsu if rrxm b ISJ -s z HPT ir v - Jyyy- - - v r NEWS NOTES The Indian government is reorganising Hazel Geeen Herald BrrHCKIl COOPKK rubltokcr NEWS NOTES Emperor William is much ikproved ni health Mr BlataB and family have arrived in Â¬ TEMPEEANCE READING Tho Iowa delegation presented flAZEL GREEN - KENTUCKY Coventry N Y CURRENT TOPICS Card iwiii Newmans health is fast giving way A whits owl a rarity has been shot in Joaquin Miller has Bold his log cabin in Washington for 5000 Tub jubilco colobration in Westminster Abbey will cost 17000 A San Jose Cal court fined a man ono and cinders in Bun Francisco The city of London police rolls contain tho names of nearly fourtoon thousand men Miss Ellen K Abbott is teaching her seventy third term of school at Webster dollar for winking at a lady A MK8SKD brick is bcingmado of ashes land luxurious plcasuro carriages are shod with India rubber tires in EngÂ¬ NH All flno f m Texas Canada proposes to lot all tho inmates of bor jails go free in honor of tho Qucons jubilco LiLLT Lanotrt is the roputod owner of 1200000 worth of Now York real estate mortgages A beautiful f ull lcnglh portrait of Queen Knplolani has been recoived at the IStato is clerking in n clothing storo nt Dallas Frank James tho onco noted desperado Department fV j h t eflSstf f r Sky Bra K V v SS Ufh A hr rf ri rt Your committee rejoices in the growing and UNMASONIC deepening conviction in the church and in the Sunday school that the united and persistent Tho Grand Master of the Mnionlc Order effort of all Christians must be made to oppose of MUslourl Declares Tlmt Suloon tho power of the liquor trafllo in this land Keopers Must Quit tho Ilusluess or tho leaving the question of the special effort or Order practical methods of working to ho decided as The following is a portion of tho God shall give wisdom in each case Wo hope this convention will record its determination to edict recently issued by Grand Master so teach and train the children nnd youth com- George K Hunt to the Worshipful mitted to our enro that tho next generation will more earnestly and unitedly oppose by oil Master wardens and brethren of tho huitable efforts the use sale or manufacture of several Masonic lodges in Missouri tpiritous and malt liquors as a beverage In 18J thn Grand IoiIro declared saloon Speaking of the proceedings and ad Â¬ keeping to be un Mnsonlc in theso words solved dresses in the convention the Union hereby That the business of saloon keeping Is declared to bo a Masonic ollcnce Signal says The by law above quoted applies to the busi- Â¬ The memorial of tho National off- Â¬ ness of saloon keeping as well as to drunken- Â¬ enness etc must icers to tho International Sunday forcedgambling saloon Itkeeping therefore boThe against Masons School convention was road with a lodges shall enforce tho Masonic law against all characteristic introduction by General mi Masonic conduct says the by law Saloon keeping declared to Fisk and by rules of convention re Â¬ ofTenci is hereby Grand lodge bo a Masonic bays the Thercforo all ferred to the Executive Committee lodges shall nnd must enforce tho law against Immediately following was the grand saloon keeping members of tne order in Missouri The has spoken There address of Rev D C Milner Kansas must bo no Grand lodge tho law because tho evading of on Sunday School Temperance The Grand lodgo has said it shall bo enforced skunks1 Sunday schools and the saloons are en Â¬ Liquor selling for drinking purposes is sternly Tun Missouri Stnto Sonato has passed a and can not bo gaged in n struggle for the children forbiddenTo permit members tolerated by tho bill by which only employes of railroads lodges of our lodges to the result depends largely upon what continue a business declared to bo un Masonlo and preachers may rido on tho railroads of tojusticc we do to fortify the children against is to allow an open dctlancc of tho Grand lodga that State on passes law k Nows has been received of tho death at lodges must not Land Commissioner Sparks says that intemperance If not taught Temper Â¬ and Its by becauseThis tho thereby encouraco they tolerate Santa Fe N MM of James Thorington of about 25000000 acros will bo taken from Davenport ance in Sunday school very many of wrong by exempting such as thus vlolato and la IIo was a member of Con tho railroads who aro not entitled to them gress them will never be taught it any Â¬ defy the law Tho saloon keeping Mason would lSTw to 1650 nnd United States from and thrown open to sottlemont a thus where Consul as Asplnwall from 1S71 to 18S2 PreTeach the Gospel preach the lowedbetomadowith privileged character and aldo impunity what tho Grand The crazo among Boston girls of good vious to that he held many political trusts Jospel1 Yes but do not let these ex Â¬ lodge hns declared to be uu Masonic They aro family for so called art in tho uuda hau of a local nature IIo was scventy ono years pressions become cant phrases to cover exempted from tho penalty of a law they aro suddonly terminated in tho arrest of a of ago and leaves llvo children nliinca rTVimli tsitil nlv - violating every day while drunkenness causedÂ¬ photographer in good stuadinffs dooii usnj Grifllths Marshall Co Mmiiice ievuV tho Inrgest by them is pronounced gross un Masonio conMrs E J UNDERWrtrs It yet bears all buslncssToinfllfll1 mcn ln Minneapolis anduct Wo punish thoso guilty of habitual w 3 drunkenness while we spare tho saloon-keepGa has a A strength and durability Tho city of BotushaifgTr111011 10 I UOUV 1111111 linuu mi soul and w whoso business it isa to make drunk- for twos land owiiors in Sacramento city rocently visited by lire Eight hundred engineers has been nssigncd to tho super- - do not bo afraid to teach them tlin nuuuuuncy oi mo unitary Academy He falcn brother Jat0Punl8h tMd county hnvo joined nn association and houses aro reported to havo been burned is now voprt in Eurojic and after General Mer political phase of the question Teach Grand lodge has one wi it to be b s ni Tho agreed to divide up their real estate and and soven persons killed and burned declared a strange nla ritts relief J Wright ex District Attorney of Mont- tho present Lieutenant Colonel Hasbrouck prohibition as a duty the State owes its that would punish tho victim and not tho vic- sell It in smnll lota on reasonablo terms commander of cadets will dis citizens as well as timizcr The West Lebanon Ponn Rolling Mill gomery county Pa and a Democratic pol- - charge the duties of superintendent total abstinence the The Grand lodgohasput itself until duty which eacli wm Ul pruimnenco uicu at Norristown General Parkes return Company has shipped a chain woighiuc individual owes to against saloon kceping or selling on record liquor at noon Thursday aged about forty thrco twenty llvo tons for uso on a ilve mast years drinking purposes declaring tho business to for The total value of tho principal articles himself and to the State Teach our un Masonlc I bo lako schooner It required two cars tc It has aMrmcd of provisions bo uotcctivoK0 on and Chief of Pollco Took states during exported rrom the United boys to hate the traffic that murders and right in every case wherethe law tohnvogood carry it lodges ex May past was 55J42o5 Haddock in Iowa Northrup in Ohio pelled or suspended tho violators or Rayway N J will of the law Secretary Batard proposes to sco that takoofchargo of prisoner go to Illinois to against f 0C2tert in May 18S The Grand lodgo has suspended several parGambrcll in Mississippi An immenso pino tho exportation of paupers to this country confessed to tho murder of St rollback who iho girl found cirondo district of forest at Canan in -the Make good use of Temnnmnen Tnr ties when tho lodges failed to convict them nr thn Tn by foreign Government in wiien the evidence was nlain nmi srm u iieau near itahwnv wh Mnnv hniinvn that j hon Franco vw O containing 15000 acres has in Sunday school to impress lessons on charters of such lodges havo been arrested hnvo moro of that class of immigrants now oirouuacic is a crank and that ho knows been destroyed by fire licart and mind Let every Sunday Iho law has been in existence so long that none than wo need noining oi tno murdor may plead cithor ignorance or want of Tho Canada Chemical Mnmifndnrino school bo organized for Temperance change A member of ono of tho most illustrious time to General Boulangcr is soon to rocoivo a their business Their continuance in a works London Ont wero completely do families in Austria Princo Alfred von command in tho army Tho opening for stroyed by work not having a Temperance so- Â¬ business declared to bo un Masonlc Is open de ilro Wrodo has shocked tho nerves of tho aris- him is to bo effected by making tho prosi 000 partially the other night Loss 45 ciety within it but being itself a Tem Â¬ fiance to the law Tho Grand lodgo has laid insured tocracy by setting upas a groongrocor doncy of tho Comito Gonlo which has hith- Â¬ ciown tho rule that any Hon John D Long was elected president perance society Oiler tho pledgo at law has Hie opportunity member afTcctcd by our erto boon hold by a Gehoral of tho Corps to quit the business or nearVlonnn Society dArmco n distinct office and relieving tho of tho PilgrimBaltimore in placo or J Henry least twice a year and let the signui- quit Masonry Of tho 1105000 people in Kansas 173 Sticknoy of who resigned and of it bo a solemn matter The Grand lodge at its last session ordored present Incumbent from tho military com Â¬ was cuoson 000 aro foreign born 52000 aro as a vico president from Ger- Â¬ mand of At the conclusion of this admira Â¬ grand mo secretaries tho lodges report to tho many 20000 aro from Ireland 2 1000 Tho priests of tho Golden Temple nt Mr Gladstone has written to Mr Bright secrctaiy in from annual returns f lh0 Uativo boru habitants thanking him for his letter of apology Amltsir In tho Panjaub ceased to offer ble address President Reynolds called names of all Masons who may bo violating tho tho law as saloon keepers You are hereby dlrectod tho customary prayer for Dhuleep Singh on Dr Ostrander to lead in 184000 aro from Illinois Continuing ho says ho Is not nwaro of any prayer to see this order obeyed and tho name every The ladies of Nashvillo Tonn havo pronunciamonto ubout Ulster or any por- when thoy heard ho wa3 intriguing with that its lessons may bo impressed of on such person placed in your reports Illanl lormod an association for tho purposo of tion of Ulstor Tho only Tory declaration Bussia against India each licart His opening sentence spaces are provided for this purpose on thore Tho committco in charge of tho petition oroctiug a monumont to tho Confcdornto as yet known to mo is Major Saundorsons was O Lord this kind goeth not out turns doad of Tennessee Nearly 8000 havo strongly protesting against tho severance to Uomo for restoration of Dr MQlynn to With tho pnstorato of St Stephens church an but by prayer and fasting Help us lodge so tho law and tho purposes of tho Grand of tho union alroady boon subscribed fully known ft remains for tho lodges nounco that tho movement has been aband- unit wncn me Attachments havo boon prnnto w ciumien aro brought to iuwh mm euicts shall bo enforced Prof Todd of Amherst CnlWn im oned at Dr McGlynns request us possessed with this devil of hitem- - against un Masonic conduct If the lodges do parted for Japan to observe tho coming Judgos Lawrence and Beach against propBishop Potter hns issued a pastoral letter not enforce them the erty In will it solar eclipse no took with him a large Co andNow York city of C J Kershaw to tho clergy and peoplo of tho Now York peruncc avc may have power to cast it Iho Grand lodgo says Grand lodgo done doTha Mnurico Roscnfold it shall bo Co of Chi toloscopo and other apparatus which ho out President Reynolds then re- Â¬ lodges have no election Thoy aro not judges Episcopal dloceso urging their cairo who aro will sot up about a hundred miles from cltcmcnt Tho prominent in tho wheat ox in securinir tho orcRtinn nf iim r marked that wo could not pass this of tho law Tho Grand lodge mado tho law suits woro brought byJonos The subordinates Tokio posed groat Cathedral in Now York city topic by without henrimr from tlmt are judge only of aro not to Judge tho law but McCormick Konnott for brokorago and tho points aschnrged against Tho Earl of Abordccn in an intorvlow ATanAmoricnn oxhibition in London monoy oxpondod iu tho purchase and salo tho violators of there is exhibited a flro proof and wntor of wheat etc Tho claim against Rosen with a San Francisco roportcr said that tho general of lho Temperance force Grand odgo has tho law Ifomembor that tho waited Irish aro a loyal peoplo and are only re- Clinton Ii Fisk General Fisk ex Â¬ thoviohitoroof tho law long nnd patiently on proof villa composed ontiroly of straw fold is for 30075 nnd against Korshaw for sorting what thoy deem injustice to change their cused himself from speaking snyin tvory part of it from tho foundations to 20203 ncss Falling to do so tho law shnll bobusi To enTho stcamor Australia which has ar remedy tho trouble tho cnuso must bo ro his wcH knowu sentiments were too forced nnd they must quit tho business or quit la f 8traw compressed to f moved Good novernmont can bo obtained radical to ho Masonry Kvory member of tho order prom lorm rived at San Francisco from Honolulu wood aired on this nrnnnln ised when received to ubldo hv a brings nows thut tho government thoro has only by tho consent and good will of tho but cries of Go on go on ong boon searching hKmKLYVha9achiovoaft Plnco and round constant volatlon of tho law is a thn iw repudiation for and soizlng arms on tho peoplo governed sweets Eight hundred of ho obligation taken niter round of Â¬ John Ilussell sand dollnrs is annually oxpondod inthou Krounu oi puouo safety It is stated tho China nan boon Young ex Mlnlstr to Juctnnce Ho cheers overcame his re- - the r course by giving up Such must change that peoplo havo become exasperated at tho their business or clso chosen president nt tho said that thn lmivl quit Masonry jr u rvunuy eators and 1100000 Anti Poverty Society of Fhilndhlpbia fhould lead in this reform of this JvlnrrB nptlnn In r f lfI i r u n sum is for caramols which Tho if placed in a und taking in supplies of ammunition and This gives him a prominent placo o tho does but ihero am somo It usuallyÂ¬ ton nrouutntvrs of all lodgo t Ini this Jurttdlc- Hue would reach from Brooklyn iirnhv notablo ex7 wrecica to sod iioorgo to Bos-- uun uio American and British residents iionry resigned movomont Mr W X At ceptions We all know a leading divino that this circular Is reoU In tho lodges art klnson tho position in Mr Younps that tha law of tho Oram lodge is duly enforced havo appealed to thoir rcspqotivo govorn Mho speaks of righteous drinking Z 0Vy of tho flnRl destruction of monts for protection und hnvo asked that favor vnmi minga ueroin spo- BareUy Peak of Mount Holly N J has Hi cited a pitiful instanco of tho full ciflcd the earth is that tho polar Ico I penotrat a r bo ordored to Honolulu It been found guilty of tho nurdor of his of youn man tag the nterlor of the globo like a wedge was ovon rumored that a revolution had al Â¬ thronLh drln k wiin in UKtriois In msor 0 lh0 -wml cousin Kato Andorson who was found iu his dying this ururul ready begun momontH in a half drunken charged with tho pedalIuhhm tho road with a bullet in her brulu ono duty of celngt In tho Bpeclal court at Ennl Ireland roused by tho question morning aftor being nevurai oi mo pnsonors charged with re oyenlng before whenin Peaks company tho did this uomo about P1 responded How l v u quurrol hud tukeu vurloui lotlees unoer ni slating the police Jt Bodyko wero recently placo it is only a Httlo of righteous drink convicted ami sentenced Ono of thorn was A riot occurred at wiVwiifi condemned to three months1 imprUonmcwt othof day between At hlono Ireland the It is for us to Maud in our places to m A oldlori nnd civilians day God L7- at hard lVor As the police urea will tako earn of rleiuls that i many of tho latter Jj y h g i in a station with their prisoner the reached the in whlcji them severely Thowero Jnjurod morrow What tho Nationresults to iiAiiUku -crowd set oiiio of pfdiur bo needs is coHBtastly up a great cheer which so Tiik Ilible doos mifinyi y0Q unto WMtlH exasperated the came infuriated mid domolisvd several men of uonuocrated Udk mirier tagua cnmnioii souso on him that jmttotli tho bottlu to hU ofMcers that they charged upon the peopl homes h order to roach and wreak vea this subject Jiutwul of men of tWlwa neighbor a Up wrlously wound Ih say eral ffaRe upon their occhpurU J Uidfttuu UtouAiidtIoUiir lIcgiMtt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ inclosed his yard with 30000 worth of bronze fenco The Grant Monumont Association of Now York is calling for designs for tho proposed structure Cambridge tho seat of Harvard Universe has 3023 illitoratos out of a total population of 47003 The London JHmea says that there arc fow moro handsome coins than tho United Stalos 20 gold picco Jennie Wade tho only resident of Get tysburg killed during tho battle is to bo honored with a monument The number of Confodorato battlo flags to be surrendered to the Southern States is Jive hundred and forty flvo Dennis Kearney of sand lot notoriety is running an intelligence ofOco for wash erwomen in San Francisco The German authorities have arrested a man in Metz for selling pipos with tho hoad of Boulangcr carved upon tho bowl Editor OBrien will bo tendered tho freedom of tho city of Dublin when ho ar- Â¬ rives nt tho gates of tho great Irish me- Â¬ tropolis A revival preacher in Tonncssco ad Â¬ dressed his audience ns two legged hogs and also ub pusillanimous Â¬ Millionaire Flood of San Francisco Prcmior Norquay has been given to un Â¬ derstand by the Dominion government that tho construction of tho railroad to tho boundary will bo fought at every step Private advices from Rio do Janeiro rep resent Dom Pedro II Emperor of Brazil as suffering from a dangerous attack of diabetes aud lying in n critical condition Rollin M Squiro indicted for betrayal of his trust as public works commissioner Now York has sailed for London His counsel states that ho will bo back in timo to stand trial in November Captain Alexandor Melville a brother of Engineer Melville had his arm and ribs broken by tho fall of a dorrick at the Brooklyn navy yard tho other day Half a dozen workmen wore nlsr Injured Tho Board of Public Affairs of Cincinnati after an exciting controversy passed by a vote of threo to two tho resolution introduced by General Young to dischargo all tho Democrats from tho board Smith and Lewis both Republicans voted no Sir Henry Drummond Wolff tho British high commissioner in connection with Egyptian affairs has received instructions from tho home government admonishing him to adhere to the terms of tho Anglo Turkish convention concerning Egypt Unknown parties attempted to assassi nato ox sheriff William Ramsoy and son of Loxington Ky as thoy woro riding home from Morohcad in Rowan County that Stato a fow days ago Thoy aro seriously but not futally wounded Tho men had been up investigating tho recent troubles Tho windows of a Presbyterian church in Parsontown a market town of Kings County Ireland wero smashed tho other evening by persons who subsequcatly entered tho church and dostroyud tho furni turo iu tho main building und vestry A meeting of Catholics was held over which the parish priest presided and resolutions wero passed pledging thoso present to uso their utmost efforts to bring the miscreants Â¬ the native army en a territorial basis AN EXPERIENCE Ex Secretary Manning and family arÂ¬ Loaion s rived at Now York a few days age on tho Tve worked ln tho heat and Ive worked In tho cold Tho Rhodo Island Hono has passed a bill tcamer Baltic much improved in health amending and strengthening tho prohibiMrs Plnkorton wlfo of tho Rev T W Ive worked with the young and Ivo worked with the old tion law Pinkorton pastor of tho Christian church lro worked very late and Ivo worked very R E Loo Camp Confcdorato votcrans Decatur III poured gasolene into a coffee soon arrivod at Boston a fow days ago Thoy are pot by mistake the other morning and set Tvb worked by the sun and Ive worked by tho 15 G A R tho gacsts of Post tho pot on an oil stove Tho gasoleno ex moon Tho President has appointed John G plodod and Harry Plnkorton aged eleven But Im sure I can toll you without any fear Nelson of Minnesota to bo Receiver of was fatally burned Mr nnd Mrs Plnkor I can work very well without any beer ton wero badly blistorcd in trying to save Fublio Moneys at Fergus Falls Minn Ivo worked far from home and Ive worked The jury In tho Mrs Pcnsoyros murder tho boy rather nigh Buffalo N Y returned a verdict Groton Gas from nn artesian well at trial at Ivo worked in the wet and Ivo worked ln tho Thursday of murder in the socond degree Dak broko out two blocks from tho wells dry Tho lawyers on both sides have concluded mouth and flowed qulto a stream Tho Ive worked amongst corn and Ivo worked amongst rve thdir arguments in the case of McDonald same causes that mado this outbreak made and McGarlglo tho Chicago boodlors a crack in tho earth between the points A Ive worked by tho piece and Ive worked by the day Tho Cleveland Carbon Works at Clove sixteen foot polo failed to reach tho bot- Â¬ land 0was totally destroyed by firo a fow tom Tho crack runs under tho Episcopal And Im sure I can tell you without any fear days ago Loss 28000 partially insured church aud may cause considerable dam I can work very well without any beer Two oastbound froight trains on tho ago Ive worked amongst lime and Ivo worked Tho body of George R Parks tho actor Pennsylvania railroad collided at Rohrors amongst chalk town recently An engine and Jive cars who disappeared Juno 1 was found in tho Ive worked amongst still folks and thoso that harbor at Boston the other day Mr could talk No parsons woro Inwero domolished Parks Ib believed to have commited suicide Ive worked amongst iron and Ivo worked jured amongst wood William E Sheridan tho well known Tho President has appointed Clarenco A Pitkin of Vermont to bo United States At- Â¬ trogedien died in Sidney Australia May Tve worked amongst bad and Ive worked amongst good 17 Ho had been in poor health for somo torney for Vermont wherever I fear Tho National Association of Amateur months and his dcmiso was not unlooked Butmuch as the go theres nothing toby So foolish mado foolish beer its annual rcgutta on for Oarsmen will hold Tho monument oroctcd by tho Now York Ive written and read Ivo summed and Ivo Chautauqua lake July 20 and 27 Press Club at Cypress Hill Cemetery was Tho circulation in Berlin of tho Working talked men a Gazelle published in Chicago has dedicated last Sunday in the presenco of Ive been out on pleasure with friends and Ive walked over a thousand journalists and their been prohibited by tho police Â¬ tho most eloquent speakers of tho con vention was never moro eloquent thaa when speaking of tho Temperance work in the South Wo had all heard 1 much of the solid South what he de sired was a South solid against liquids And it is fast approaching this Georgia has an hundred and ton coun J tics under prohibition through local option and Alabama is following hard Ono kind of spirit rapping ho be-licved in ho wished ho could place all tho whisky barrels and the beer keg in a row a man with a sledge hammer nt each one himself at tho head of therow to give the signal tt which all should commence rap rap rapping and keep on till every drop of thespirit damnation was poured upon He strongly indorsed thotho ground teaching of Temperance lessons in the Sunday school It was quite amusing especially tous old Temperance stagers who re- member how difficult it has been to got a placo for Temperance on Sunday- school platforms to note how tho speakers no matter what was their assigned topics run oft into Temper-mice And nothing was received with greater enthusiasm than tiiis hitherto Cheer after cheer tabooed subject greeted Temperance utterances and tho more radical they were the lmrtier seemed the cheering - strong resolution indorsing tho work of tho National W C T U especially in tho department of scientific Xcm- pcranco instruction under tho lender ship of Mrs Mary H Hunt which was greeted with great npplause Dr Wharton of Alabama ono of after her 3 s1 j Â¬ - Taas Â¬ ttfiErbSttfeZSEJSzl Â¬ friends Tho Porte has asked that tho proposed Anglo Turkish convention bo modified so as to give Turkey tho exclusive right to send troops to Egypt in event of revolt or invasion Lord Salisbury has declined to entertain tho suggestion The Consul General at Havana has reported to the State Department that Publa the American citizen imprisoned nt that place will bo tried in tho Superior Court during tho present month tho trial being hastened on account of the intercession of this government Brigadier General Charles F Walcott died suddenly tho other night off Goose- Â¬ berry Island near Boston With his son nnd two others ho rowed down to Salem harbor In the evening nnd it is thought that he ruptured a blood vessel General Walcott was fifty joars of ago Tho Popes gift to Queen Victoria on the occasion of her jubilee consists of a mosaic reproduction of Raphaels fresco repre-Â¬ senting an allegorical figure of poetry The work was executed in tho Vatican Mon signor Scilla will convey tho gift to En Â¬ gland and he will bo accompanied by Fath Â¬ ers Zalcsea and Mcri two young priests of the Ecclesiasiical Academy who the Pope will In honor of tho occasion create Bishops Russias occupation of Kcrki on tho Oxus is regarded in Afghanistan as an invasion of Afghan soil and as a declaration of war The Ameer is greatly alarmed He assumed personal command of tho troops engaged in attempting to suppress the rebellious Ghilzais and is making strenuous efforts to restore internal tran- Â¬ quility in order to cope with the foreign invader Tho contract for a part of tho work of draining the valley of Mexico is roported to have been awarded to a syndldate of Cleveland O capitalists known as tho Bucyrus Construction Company The gov- Â¬ ernment itself proposes to dig a tunnel under tho mountain on which work was be gun during tho reign of Maximilian American engineers predict that as soon as the Cleveland peoplo show how effectivo their modern excavators are a still larger part of tho work will bo entrusted to them Brigadier General Wesley Mcrritt has been relieved of tho comVJUly 1 aiM aV Point Mill c command of the Department Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ But never no never good use could I soo In taking strong drink so hurtful to me Thus Im sure I can tell you without any fear These things can bo mauuged without any beer Youlha World IN 1 i THE SUNDAY SCHOOLS Tho Tomporiince Quentlon in Considered by tho Keccnt Iiitcrmitlonul Sunday School Convention At the recent session in Chicago of the International Suiuhij School con Â¬ t vention the following report was made on Temperance -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I ivt-in bt 3v -i amiLtni I Â¬ tnri - in a- Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ iu Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TyB Â¬ Â¬ nnll man-or-wa- stitor atthl m- uu 7 ib V A W b ir4 B I A wm i iuijfc M Hazel Green Herald SPENCEIt COOPER Publisher HAZEL GREEN A - KENTUCKY BACHELOR 4 W To waste- the tlrao I could use litter u Bong my barytono Youd hardly thlnlc was one time pleasing I lllto a pretty face but groan To think of nieces nolso and teasing Poems I read and somotimes write You see I frankly toll my failings Time wus when I would oft lndlto To one who found them neath the railings 31ut that was long ugo To night Ive fallen into retrospection Jt can not be and yet it might That that girls voico gavo thought direction It I hoar it rise I hoaridlo fall A happy voico in chatter I lean my head against the wall And close my ears to such light matter young her I know very lover fond and tail very And of dancing I know her too not largo or small Or to my mind at all entrancing Nearer it comos How like great Heaven How like a voico I onco knew bettor When in my room its thirty seven Ill hunt that last long tender letter I wonder If hor lifes had leaven Of care and pain Do ills besot horr I wonder if Im quite forgiven Or docs sho think I quite forget her Or Is sho placid old and dull Without one thought of mo and folly Or is her life of joy so full That now sho seems sho was not jolly Well Im n fool That young girls chatter Has turned my thoughts to hours long faded Her lover loves his loro to flattor So did I when we promenaded Dear met how long ago that was Tls years since een Ivo thought about It She was a winsomo dark eyed lass And always won mo when sho pouted She knew the art of good effects Of downcast eyes and sudden changing Ilelgho n mist is oer my specs This cold night air is quite deranging I lend my quiet life alono I urn notcynlcul or bitter Novels I like am always prono bracelet Hallio seized it in triumph but Helen was dumb with astonish Â¬ ment A orj from mother and daugh Â¬ ter brought Mr Arnold to the kitchen She she is the thief cried Hallio holding up tho bracelet and pointing to Helen A mist came before Helens eyes her head swam and she sank insensible to tho lloor CHAPTER X THK thing was against her and yet she was innocent It was no use to accuse theso people whoso standing in society wits higher than her own of putting the bracelet in her carpet bag to ruin her No one would beliovo her Helen with u firmness born of despair sat down in her chair again All tho emotion attendant upon the first shock being gone sho was calm Her calmness could be called either con- Â¬ scious innocence or tho brazen indif- Â¬ ference of a guilty soul Do your worst sho said I am in your power What do you think wo would want to ruin your character for sneered pHallie rubbing her bracolet to got oft the stain of tho thiefs fingers do you suppose we find you in our way rm 1 I lllto So like a rare old book thats hid In monkish solltudo for ages Till accident betrays Its lid And gives to light the sacred pagci The past in lires dull cloister laid When years and years are gone and numbered Gives up without our wish or aid The love that with the years has slumbcrod Edgar J Brenner in Detroit Free Prus HELEN LAKEMAN on Tho Story of a Young Girls Struggle With Adversity u Â¬ 1 AUTHOIt 1 BY JOHN It MTTSICK BANKKIl OP BEDPOKD WAWKB IiROWNKIEMJ KTC OK TK Copyright l6 by A A Kellogg Neicspaper Co CONTINUED CHAPTER IX J said Mrs Arnold mysteriously her naturally large white eyes expanding to an unus- Â¬ ual size It was gold and worth a heap Now gold bracelets dont walk off of their own accord Tin a goin to search every thing about this house said Hallio I would acquiesced the- mother I am goin No search that girls things too Yes I would said Mrs Arnold sitting in her chair and bobbing her head approvingly That bracelet was gold HEIiKN ACCUSKD search her but search every plaeo first havo it thief about my house said tho firm father at the front door of tho house snapping his Whip at some vines Well its nowhero hero said Hal lie her red face assuming a look of vexation Now Im going to tho kitchen and look in that girls carpet bag Oh no said tho mother a faint smile on her face It will make Helen mad I dont care I am goin to havo my bracelet and her mothor close after her she bolted in tho kitchen Hel Â¬ en sho said Im goiu to look among your things What forP tho astonished girl If you cant find it anywhero else I am not going to J nsked My gold bracelet worth twonty dollars is gono Well Miss Arnold I havo not got it cried Helen hereyca Hushing I will see for mysolf and sho seized the old carpot bag which sat Avhoro Holon had placed it that morn Â¬ ing Tearing it open hIiu pulled out the clothing of Helen and her brother much to the Indignation of the hired girl HallioB mothor stood in tho doorway ontroatiug her daughter to thwiht No I wont and she Jerked out a small buudlH of handkerchiefs which unrolled and aomsthlng bright nd luwry full ufvn tke Now h wu yoM The tableaux a striking one Mrs Arnold held up both hands in hor ror Hallio stood triumphant with her bracelet in one hand and tho finger of scorn pointed at Helen who sank be- Â¬ fore her awful accusation Mr Arnold alone of all was calm and unmoved Ho knew his duty as a good citizen in such cases and allowed I t K MB Mia no foolish emotions to come between himself and that duty come Little Amos who had only partially Y rsXkT I Who 1 realized what had happened and yet asked tho feverish boy knew it was something terrible burst dont want nobody to come But the heavy tread of feet in the into tears Mr Arnold with features hall awed tho littlo fellow to silence as imperturbable as stone walked to- Â¬ again The key was turned tho door ward the boy and laying a hand so opened and Mr Arnold conducted the heavy upon his shoulders as to almost sheriff into the kitchen and pointing to bend tho little body double said Helen said See here sir we want none of that noise do you understand me now you Theres tho thief I The sheriff then drew a chair up to just hush that up SmvWL l T Oh sister sister is dead her sido and drawing a legal looking sobbed SISTKK SISTKK HK CRIED MOST document from tho breast pocket of his the child PITIFULLY No sho is not She will recover coat bogan to road Helen was silent It was useless to State of soon enough now you must keep and County of One James Arnold makes oath and quiet Turning to his wife who stood exchango words with theso people I dont think a young girl of sixteen says etc etc that one Helen Lake in a stupefied manner at the door her who comes in after dark through the man lato of said county did on the face turned upward he added You had better look now and see what else rain with a peddler can bnvo much fifteenth day of Juno 18 at said said Mrs county then and there being one gold is gono We dont know but half the character to boast of Arnold her head turned upward and bracelet of the goods and chattels of silverware is stolen sideways so that she might get a view Miss Hallio Arnold then and there Oh sister sister cried the little boy sobbing and holding his out- Â¬ of the culprits faco from beneath her being of the value of twenty dollars did then and thoro with force and stretched hands toward the insensible glasses Thats what you get by takin such arms knowingly willfully and feloni Â¬ Helen said the stern ously steal take and carry away Had I not better do something to trash in your house man at the door his chin coining up against the dignity of the State These restore her asked Mrs Arnold who again are to command you etc etc was really agitated We can go now if you wish to got No she will recover soon enough CHAPTER XI rid of us said Helen all that is put on THE SEPAUATION Oh no dont trouble yourself We Let mo sprinkle a little water in Helen sat like one stupefied while tho dont want to get rid of you just yet her face warrant was read Tho voice of the Hunt your silver spoons cried Mr so you need not hurry yourself Do you mean Judge Arnold that I sheriff quivered for his honest heart Arnold and let her alone Ill wur am to be arrested for this Helen told him the girl wi not guilty and rant shell recover all right then when he lookwl t tin- wretched The suggestion to sprinklo some asked calmly child an her lap ami from the faces I am inclined to the opinion you water in her face seemed to strike the will the Judgo answered Why the of each read their suffering he men boy favorably ami he began to Strug- tally exclaimed gle from the chair in which he was sit- Â¬ farmer was called Judge Helen did not I swear the girl cant be blamed f ting Either the excitement or partial know Titles are cheap and tho num- Â¬ she did steal it paralysis of his limbs caused him to fall ber of colonels judges and generals Little Amos looked inquiringly uU we have in our country is astonishing from the chair to the lloor his sisters pale stone like face it the and the lint increases every day Oh my back I havo hurt my back Then sir said Helen I will wait conclusion of tho reading of tho war- Â¬ cried the little cripple No one seemed rant as if to ask what it all meant to care if he had though the child cried hero lam innocent and know that Helen was silent stunned although God in His goodness will in some way out with the most intense agony she had been all morning preparing for see that I am vindicated Mrs Arnold was rumaging through You had better depend upon Him the blow The sheriff carefully folded her silverware as though sho was not HUMOROUS the document and thrust it into his side certain it was all there and little Amos for He is the only one who can do you pocket and sat in silence as though Citizen to tramp What do you struggled to his feet and by holding to any good said the iron man with an he hardly knew what to do next irreverent wit which he enjoyed do for a living Tramp- - Walk chairs reached a pitcher containing Helen at last turned her awfully white Citizen Helen again relapsed into silence And what do theso follows some water and dashed the contents in face upon him He shrank like a guilty sunning themselves on tho bank doP and her littlo brother groaning with his sisters face person before that stony gaze Next O they aro lay brothron ho cried most pit- Â¬ pain drew a chair up by her side she turned her face upon Judge Arnold Tramp Sister sister climbed into it and lay down with his Burlington Free Press ifully como to yourself again wont head in her lap Sho folded her arms who stood in the doorway Arnold What It Lacked My you I am sure Helen is dead struggled with all the power ho pos Â¬ dear Micros only ono Husband thing that this All the iron in Mr Arnolds nature about him feeling that it was the last sessed to meet her stare but was com- Â¬ Wifo who has could not keep little Amos from shed Â¬ time in life she would ever be permit- Â¬ pelled to cower before tho gaze of in- Â¬ angol cakp needs ted to take him to her heart offered him the result of her first at- Â¬ ding tears over his sister Mrs Arnold having satisfied herself jured innocence At length her lips tempt Whats that John Hus Helen began to revive She started moved and her voice was so hollow as band Wings Tid Bils up in a dazed sort of a way unnoticed that nothing else was gone was called to startle Arnold Isaac and uncared for by nil one save her out by her husband and the door closed I vants to writo my name Do you believe that I am guilty of j upon your heart Rebecca but it vasso crippled brother She made an effort and locked The hired man was left hard ash glass Robocca to rise to her feet and finding her head as a guard and Mr Arnold got into that charge she aikcd Vy dont Arnold was for a moment confused you try Isaac to writo your namo my dizzy sank down in a chair and placing his carriage and drove away to Newton her arm around tho back laid her head alone Helen sat there with the little lie was afraid to risk his voice to say heart on wid a fivo hundrot tollar tia hot head in her lap Crcat tears arose he did lest his tongue might fail to mond ring eliP Texas Silings upon it and sobbed violently in her eyes and she tried to pray but speak and yet he dare not say he be Chief sternly Lato to oflico Sister sister cried littlo Amos lieved her innocent He had sworn again this morning Mr Thi rnnnn who was now unconscious of the pain could not God would surely not desert out the warrant and must believe what This is the fourth timo withln- - n IWi do look up his back gave him arc her She had read of so many persons punished for crimes they had never it stated i penn Yes and Im becom calmly you better I havo no conversation for you ing more and more convinced ovory be better soo said the deep committed that she feared she must Shell rasping voice of Mr Arafild whilo his suffer for this Helen was not one he said elevating his chin in the air day that tho oflico should seek tho man you are now in tho sheriffs hands and not tho man tho office chin seemed a degree holier in the air of thoso romantic girls who wished to be a heroine or a martyr She was and your case is beyond my control Small Boy Mother says this but- Â¬ and his mouth was close sis a steel trap Oh God that I had only kept beyond ter aint no good an sho wants ybu Helen heard tho hitter taunt and all content to live humbly to have no mis Â¬ sion save that of helping her crippled your control cried Helen breaking to tako it brtck an givo hor some what her noble soul aroused sho cried Grocer Novcr had any com- Â¬ Judge Arnold I never put that brother The child closed his feverish down at hist and sobbing violently is To be robbed by you of our home and plaint beforo Sleep on little Small Boy Somo bracelet in my carpet bag I never eyes and slept stole it I am innocent and you know brother said Helen softly Heaven every thing that would havo made folks like poor butter Wo dont up to only knows where your littlo head will myself and this poor afflicted child our house Grocor it Its tho best I comfortable and then because I asked have Oh yes Small Boy and tho chin and short rest to night Thon ma told Sho did not weep now her great shelter for one night under your roof mo to givo it to tho orphans roan whiskers rose higher I have seen Hart- Â¬ many as equally innocent I never calamity had dried up tho fountain of to have yourself or your family seek my ford Post t heard one plead guilty on the first her grief But silent cold and deter- ruin in this way oh God help me A Summer Night Concert mined she sat there trying to bring ero I get beyond the power of forgiv- Â¬ Thero aro slDgora nour tho rlvor accusation Muilo on tho evening air With a last wail Helen threw ing Some of your own family put that herself to faco the inevitable Hear tho volcon from the sand hills herself forward and bowed her head jewel in my carpet bag to ruin me If they will only let mo tako my lit- Â¬ Solo singers overywhoro tlo brother with me I shall not mur- Â¬ upon a table near by First a low and plalntlvo murmur sobbed Helen Then the voices blend In one Dont cry sister dont sobbed the Thats an old dodge said the man mur she said to herself Tlfc a ffrund mosquito concert A thief is always in tho doorway Then sho thought of the tempest of little cripple while the tears rolled At the setting of the sun they shant hurt imagining that somebodys trying to tho day before How much better it down his cheeks Harpers Bazar ruin his character Now that bracelet would have been if both herself and you God wont lot em hurt you Montana Judgo What is this is worth twenty dollars you will have brother had been killed by tho light Â¬ The sheriff a frown on his brow for man charged withP Constable to explain how tho stolon property got ning than lived to see this day What this was a perplexing case aroso ami Holdin thefc his shootln iron count- Â¬ into your possession or you may get evil had brought her to this house A began walking the kitchen lloor He ed in a flush Judge Drinks for the into trouble natural chain of reflections brought was troubled but liko a bravo official crowd Next Constable This said Helen rising Pete tho peddler to her memory resolved to do his duty Mr Arnold hore chap calls hlssof MoConky Butt Judge Arnold and bringing all tho energy which she Where was Pete now Doubtless many stood pationtly at the door He had and says daypo an t thor an wither felt in her case required at her com miles on his way with his heavy pack just caught sight of his wife who stood Judge Two hours tor git outer Ui She county mand I swear so help mo Heaven trudging along the road had at tho door of the dining room Peto Philadelphia Call that I never touched that bracelet Mince promised to befriend her would he do was perhaps tho most luirddieartcd Thoroughly Posted Ho I taka of any and yet weak and unable to It youre quite up in tho game MIm my mother owned it It was put in It hear with calmness any great display SnlggleuU my carpet bag by other hands than Most of all she thought of Warren Sho IUthurl Grand Â¬ mine Would he sneer at his avowed low for of feeling Mrs Arnolds faco was pas first base in the Life iHsuranW high in tho air but greatly agitated Helen Lakeninnsld Mr Arnold her when ho heard of her disgrace nine nas pitcher for the Oleomarga Â¬ confronting the beautiful girl with Iter Somehow the hittereit pang she felt Mr Arnold was Impatient to have rine my two brothers are la tiw head high In the nir it in bad enough was that Warren would hear of her this scene as he called It over with Uangtown College kh tw I say Belcher why dont and three oounIrn are h tint Hetwfi for you to steal a bracelet without add full The future wiu dar- k- black Him he said knew whllher Mr Arnold had gone you lake her on and stop that bawling geuflaHSf ih4 If jtmW prnwln Jng perjury to four crime tm fihfl realized lie would return In three or four hours I swear I dont want such an uproar Is glvaitaway Mr Helen whs iihneked TnjAl TH how hojHihiia was her condition She with the hurl and a warrant for her my Uoiua eonflde Ih ym tfK Vm Kvury Mlf Itiul mu couinltftoly tntputMl fjU UK 00X70 lI J WJIyifvH tJw wk4 iKST Little Amos slept on his last sleep in his sisters arms Helen ootid not disturb him and when Ids hacking cough seemed likely to arouse him she gontly rocked him in hor arms Poor littlo fellow sloop whild you can sleep whilo you can she said sadly At lost after a timo that seemed short to Helen sho heard tho rockaway of Mr Arnold drivo up to tho front gate and looking out at the window saw that gentleman and a largo dark whiskered man got out Tho dark whiskered maa was tho sheriff Mr Joe Belcher Como right in said Mr Arnold who seemed to havo a disagreeable matter in hand which he wished to di jiosc of at once Littlo Amos stirred uneasily as though ho was receiving a warning in his sleep of what was to como Helen awoke him gently Wake up little brother they havo HI tO ill - PERSONAL LITERARY t The Duke of ArjjyH takw quantik ties of snuff while in debate The original spoiling of Mississippi was Mlcisipl according to Bibeaud Dr Stainer the great organist and composor recalls that at tho age of sovcu ho was a choir boy at St Pauls Sir Arthur Sullivan was choir boy at St Jamos1 and tho two woro great chums Colonel Mosbya daughter is writing up tho Adronturos of a Boy Sol- Â¬ dier tho material forwhloU sho pro cured from a member of her fathers command who onlistod whon only thirteen years of age Tho authorities of tho British M seum havo dooidod to compol all En- Â¬ glish publishers whoso namos aro printed on tho titlod pagc3 of American works sold in England to presont copies to the National library A froo library is being established in New York by tho Odd Follows of that city and nearly 25000 books havo been socurod by charging ono book for each admission to ontortainmonts in tho interest of tho ontorpriso The latest addition to tho French language is Bisvigum a compound of tho words biscuit viando legume It is an cdiblo concocted on tho system of tho famous sausago of tho Gorman army It is for the Fronch soldier Mrs Hotty Green of Now York is worth 40000000 Mrs Edwin Stovons counts hor woalth at 15000000 Mrs John Jacob Astor 8000000 Mrs Kato Terry 6000000 Mrs Josophino M Ayer 4000000 Mrs Jano Brown 4000000 Mrs Robort Goolot 3000 000 Mrs Marshall O Roborts 8000 000 Mrs Thomas A Scott 5000000 SL Louis Republican James Grant tho novelist was a prolific writer but not so prolific as was thought Thoro was another James Grant also a Scotchman and a well known journalist in his day and tho two mon wero constantly con- Â¬ fused tho journalist receiving letters from correspondents congratulating liim on his novels and tho novelist being takon to task for his newspaper work Detroit Free Fresn Tho origin of tho term pig iron is thus explained by an ancient docu- Â¬ ment 1725 recontly brought beforo the British Iron and Steel Institute The Mk eiaterial alteration it under-g- nn ho furnace wherein it is melted onies u fluid substance and is let oui into the gutter niado in sand beariii uri hnpfi frrt rosemblanco to a sow uith her pij smoking from whence it has tho name pigs and sows fvAfd rrrsbytcruin -- - I vdl r J V u A f n i ri i ui a M f Â¬ At - i4--- i 3 Â¬ wlti imJW l tat v J -- 5 tk 3 i r s IT i j ar r jr AJM m-A -- p - w apwwgw ff 1 Mlp MP fl aayA WW ST rff jt4 I i Jf ut licupjgpprobiutu on the Dcnipcriitjciwr ty iiikI from Iih stnud point Mr Jlrmllcy appeared as n fata figuring anil funny PUBLISHED BVSPENCER COOPER financier Jlistulk conaiHtttl of u plain Subscription - SI a Year common place comparison of the two Money ti Aeeofupitiiy tho Nnme parties and a pntliitic appeal to the Dem MIEJfCEtt COOPER Enrrou ocrats to go to the pulls on the first Monday in August and cast their votes KY HAZEL GREEN He indulged in no personal ahum of his 13 1887 opponent but the rather spoke well of him Mr Adnmn found fact a and fig-Â¬ ure to prove the present financial con- Â¬ DEMOCRATIC TICKET For JoviTiiir- - S II lluekner dition of the State to be in a flourishing Jjcnteniut overtur Imnos W llryan Condition Among other instanced of ttornev lieiieral Pv W Hardin waste he citpd the cnormouH expenditures Atulltur Kiivfttc Hewitt Wmwnrtr J Vfiito in the Fiiilcy judicial district and eulolyipt Inhlie Instruction Jos I liclcett gized thu economical expenditures in a Iteglstur Thus Il Coibctt tli District SSvunUi Democratic district along side of it He It M PIK11ATT of Morgan told several j torics in illustration and For Jtennwututiyo JAMKS f OL1VKU of iienifec each one brought down the house The remarks of both gentlemen were notably REPUBLICAN TICKET free from the personal abuse generally For Inventor Vm O HrnuMev Lioutiiiwit Oovcrniir Mat Oioherty indulged in by politicians They left Attorney lenvml A T Wood here on Sunday Jen Uuckner going to I Truastucr lnrvear Jackson and Mr Adams to Campton at Auditor l I Davii Supt Iiililiu riiHtriiftion S J Pinkcrton which places they respectively addressed Tin lev JUitiUr T the people on Monday last iiuite rilili PNtiict lil W J5iuys or Morgan NOT A DUMPING GROUND Â¬ Hazel Qkeen Herald y ir f me fiSMfiism iTrtiiiitN j nCT--i- i Si til lanufiicturers of Host English Steel Cimilniuul Long M M W i im SAW ai so iiikis ix Wednesday July mMSsMhffiWttzSTmwW r Files Gummers Swages Emery Wheels Leather and Gum Belting Our Circular Saw Mtnml at the lictnt r the market on tlilr iikmIIn In umkuimhl r temper ami toiilni H anil elasticity Siih In toek ol imlily ol Meel A1m a lull our own imiiortatlon line of Krcnuli Iltiml Work fully warranted and at Jtoek IJottum Prices SPECIALTY LARGE CIRCULAR SAWS A Priee List with Send for Pin minN ct CENCINNATI O uv Â¬ O All orders sent to J T and will have our Ijet attention I Day Uael irecn Ky 7 Vine and 861 Water Streets for new work or saws for repair will I piomptly fnrnnrriirf to nyIy rrmimi m STATE NEWS in llnvle eoiiDtv mid cur until 16R There arc seven candidates for ase sor the eleotiidi dont oe j I 1 1 x lC Fj i v V 4 r- fcv -- v fe - f Liind of tlio Krce SlinuM Draw a Line On 1iiupnr Imtnlfnintv Senator Cullom while delivering the Fourth of July oration at Savbrook Ilia Â¬ said This country hu been called the land Â¬ of tho free and the asylum of tho op jircscd So it has been so it h now but it is not and should not be allowed to be the dumping ground for all the pan pen and ciiuiinalrt of other hinds The time ha- - come when the bars of our Â¬ country should be put up and fastened against such imposition It should have been done befoio now We invite sdl to come with honest purpose to lie law abiding citizens who can care for them Â¬ selves and will labor for the upholding of good government JJut we huo no place for fugitives from justice for dyna Â¬ miters or lawless chides of any character We talk about protection of human industiv and home labor yet home la idle money Some of them bor either native or naturalised can not be protected while the gates of our ports vronow doing so and they of entry are tens of am not nor will they allow thousands of opened wide to the by other persons sent here he properly thus acquired to countries to lighten their own burdens immigration should not be become tix accumulating and it should be regulated and stopped but so regulated as soon that the eighteen million peronsuow in ion producing as a sullichnt number of such this country engaged in gainful occupa tions should not be out men become interested just ployment or forced tothrown wagesof em accept which o soon will development be will not support them and their families give to dawn upon our devoted andlife them n fair chance in the race of iftnd One of the great problems of the tlay is the labor problem It is not a party question It is a problem demand The handwritiimon the wall ing the gieatest wi dom and the highest J indicate that I2very laboring man tutmnuhip should have his reasonable shaie of the at sonic future time will profit of this the questions nil tl a town at what is now timing betweenlabor and and employed employer known as Salt Lick station in between labor and capital be adjusted right The condition is slow v on the basis of for the last few years Batli county that has exited but surely perfecting a system should not be allowed to continue if it can be of railroads to the Southern ecutive avoided by any legislative ex- Â¬ or judicial art ion or by all comoa boaid and the Cincinnati bined There can be found ii remedy mid Smilhonstorn will const - for wNtinjr evils Men must live anil 1ft live imtl if I nf fli it cwtom Tlin thoy llUIt woui lco tht onipIovr- f ami Uite th frP omiiOVi that wwii i which we reier wouiu obligation less rests upon each there would be and therefore bo the crossing all concerned frictionpeople more profit toÂ¬ The of the coun of two groat railroads and we try ought not to be taxed more than the needs ot tiieiioveriunent require to meet warn our Alt Sterling friends its obligations ever occur to the people of Eastern Kentucky that this section now so sparsely settled will be the most pros perous and most densely populated of any portion of the v3tntc in ten or twejity years ftwill he and you may cut his item to verify the prediction Kot only this hut some insigni lieu nt town of our moun lains today will then be the iimnufacturing metropolis of iCentuck v Ft is hound to come U pass Capitalists must very soon seek investment here for Bid il Â¬ Tlio Â¬ Â¬ Just Â¬ Â¬ jin Â¬ Ernest Fasy cashier of the bank at Adnirsville liitu eountv lias abseondud with about 10000 of the linnks nioney need The unvuiling of tho monument to Said a great man but why afflict the dog if he the tnion soldiers of Mason county which Yet many persons read an almanac where various dis Â¬ took pluee at Maysville on the 1th inst was eases are described and symptoms given that will nlm t hugely attended candi Â¬ convince a AVttLL man Dr Standiford of Louisville he is nut or date for the Tinted States Senate to succeed and they are ready to buy Something to Take Senator Keck wns hot week married to Miss whack loreiui Scott of laducali regardless of real XFK I A diseased liver is the seat of At 1aris July Oth Mrs Rebecca K TwIiVr f th4 diseases of the flesh That tired nervous rest- Â¬ Ilildreth and JriFlitli lvclly were iniirried iie vears of iiqo and less feeling that goes to bed with you and The jrtooni is scvent upas prompt Â¬ the Idiisliiur bride only a few uioutlis ho ly as the rooster crowing and sticks closer than a brother junior John W Tankersley convicted in this tells you that you X FE I something to overcome it A nasty Slate of violating the fnteinal revenue lnw to of it You and sentenced Itot October to one years aloe coated pill makes you imprisonment and a line of W bus been bear the THOUGHT of it Xow listen We any pardoned by the President great discovery by Indians but Ave have a sugar A party of citizens near Louisville hist week biokc up a tfsing of tramps which coated Pellet that the most delicate may take a combination has for some time infested that section by remedies the work of one of the best administcrim twenty five holies to the bare of anatomy of each and bucking them educated Physicians in this country a formuhe that we will A collision of the fast express and a give any Physician desiring it If you XHEI a LI YE 11 ficiidit tinin occurred at Fult on the Xew poit News and Mississippi Valley raiboad Pill try these not Wednesdav Kniriiieer MeWillianoand W 11 Crail of Newport Ky were injured Sold by all MeichuiN ol INtTNX Tf O Proprietors j At the celebration of the 100th anni Â¬ versary of the bilth of Mrs Fanny ill at Klirahcthtown recently about J0oo people were present a thiid of whom weie relatives Mrs JIill luoKind is only eleen mouths younger than she In Bracken county near the Ohio river W m TTTTv BVJ RE S the windows of a number ofprhate resi ideneesiire handsomely ornamented with red and bine tints interlined with pictuiis ot P fi men and beasts one pane of ghos a picture of animals entering the aik E Curiosity is m fever hcit 7 An intcrcstinir railroad ineetimr wa at lirooksville llriieken county at which 11 S Spaiildin of New York and Captain Morgan of Peiiusylvauin reprcsentim the Charleston Kentucky and Western ISuilroid were present Thes tientlemeii are in this State lookhi after a mute for their toad fiom the mountains of Kentucky o Ciiit-in- llllUVw I lluill that PUySp dont it AWFULLY M ges iau TillXK SIALL havent cant J K YFGFTABLF 1 jf C P CALVERT CO il J 1 1 Â¬ TRIMBLE BROTHERS I i j r vwM MMiMwi m nsiiM U M j MT STERLING KY - tox Ihvnxo I lie told CLJLJLL JL bonds issued bv the ruilroitd coinpnuv Jhc uholc line of the riilioid and its brnnclus together w itlt nil its fninchise jtrivilees rolling stock in - eoven d by the niort iije nonvttisrHiMiiir TtJT 1 the Ilceonler of Kenton eountv Kv It is for s7n00lii four per cent SKT AM U 11 1 1 AMtWfrmthc Ktckv - viXtLBffSsi lulv1 Respectfully Invite the Mountain Merchants to Examine their Stock n t tt s -- JJLLC30 UjLKJJLJ JJU4UlXebblJLJgf rwvi7WwTjnU J i j -- i rmmnimiii ES73 Â¬ u i- nifl 111 TiI Y at m BT- j means impossible Indeed it is quite probable as there are many circumstances that indicate uch a consummation no that the building of it is by By reason of increased pop ulation Knstorn Kentucky will elect the United States Sena tors the Governor and a few ether ot the important officers ii a few years hence and be the power in polities Alark it Xell and see that we make no mistake The time is com ing Mvery dog has his day and Kivt rn Kentucky will be on top in ten or twenty years It is a long time to wait but il will bo better late thin nev- Â¬ Â¬ livid James oekcihiun A rciit Millie and iiiiportiuice to you that will stmt on in inisiiiess Mlneli will hriiir mi in nunc mmiev right away than anytldni cle in the world Anyone can do the won and live at home Kithcr sex all ayes Sonicthiii new that iiir t coins mouev for nil worheis We will stait von capital not iieeiled ini is one ot tlie ucnuine important ehiuiees of a lifetime Tboe whoaie The following is a list of the adminis- Â¬ ambitious and enterprising will not dehij trators of estates taken from the irand outfit free Addiess Tlili it Co recoids by Judge Swaugo beforo the Aiitrnstii Maine court house wi s burnedand he thinks live at home anil make moie the publication of their names will start money at work fonts than at else in the world Capitil them to supplying lost papers in their not needed you are started free Moth se respective cases c all Hires Any one can do the work A Duff iMiaoetn iioif Larirc earnings miVc from first stmt Costly J S Clnminim loliu Wii email not delay and terms IGMiller rliaAiui Slioeninker outlit yon nothing freesendIletteryour address us to lists M Coekerlintu Ueheeea Campliell and find out if joit are wise ydu will do so M SpitidliiiL Lu kin Diake it Co Portland Me W M Couih Ira it W II Drake at once II H Dennis T Ciuin KMhfrTiitt I Â¬ ritni 0 send you free nnu- - his out Wl M HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY i something ot j vvholes aie asio stetas 5 I 1 dl Largest Stock Lowest Prices Mean 1 mitt Heavy invoices arriving daily and stacks upon stacks of goods to meet every department of trade Live Stock Country Produce and School Claims received in trade on notes accoimts or merchandise J T E DAT tiir ESTAmlSHKD 1RW It U now nrnrlvBlr ypam rIuco thlsnusllclno ai oirertnt na u rtinoly for Wormn nml from that tlmo Us li eiltiition lino Klcmlllv Incrpnu il until nt tlU lllturit llAV It U nllllflt lint rfilll nnbittu ii iwij eretjn midl Worm Cunritlim mmle morn for tho imriK- - of plfaniiiirmi in oi uio worm 10 in me tovtho lulnto than or uvcrcomliiK tho tnufnrtun t all ovir tho but tht ir Icum of lllo i no II A JuliiiwtnckH Vermlfum- contlaui- - to kww In rnvor dully CMUIrrn oflen look uif muf niellu othor cmio Hi m iron and warns nru mom ttvne inly tlir mli or themj hldUcii aappow ifnd lulnewfrom no When lley nro Irritalilo nnd frvrrWi oiiictlmi rrnvliijr food mid nflntr rni i noif ly wVln iVriinir vr tolntf rcitluMly In blwi moanliiB nnd grinding thu tcth Oien bo munM ilcMj n nro id cnt loii of worm i J T James Mary luliii Luwsoti KliAibiMii White Kd 15 II Darens Kiwli M IloIts Liiumui Virginia Little K S eniigletnii Une Win Vineol Sully S Ciisumii Win Dunk W F iikin Kn Kiiu Oe Kiuir W 1 Kliabetli Sjeneer iillw BARHNfcSTGCKS l4lJ7ltRtil ll8mv ln M - Miinufaeturersand Wludesale Dealers in sntr hrt -- Hose Andrew Swano j I wiju5r or Gen lluckuer and Hon Mat Adams poke In the high school building at this phtfco last Saturday night Tho purport i each effort was to deny the charge HmnfJy nindo by tlu Republican onutli- Mofpr Governor and to disprove them by Hhpwimj that thu Democratic party Jiml ihmo more for tho people than all olhuw Hud tlmtof tjie two It had boon b economical party That each of tho wpeafcer did this to tho witinfactlou of tho audience uto lUteited Uy froquei tonnd of applause Argument vn mig Men ted by HrcMyipK tlipAijHtorH annua ropartt which ajinwod the IJwuocraey to Uw tuKWidaitt Hc4iHmUt ahi hi ttWwk of tkw roewlwol 4ein Cleit UliNrjUd tlw mmle of Nmth A niectiu of tho Uouul of riilicul 5 Kxamincrs lor this ilirttriet mill of tho Kustorti lvCntucky Medical Association No ill Main Street 10 Hummer St was hold in this city today Otto applicant was examined and obtained a Louisville Ky oirtilicaUs Space will not allow a min ufro description and full proceedings of J3 llcprcsbiitel by tho two nicotines hut sufitco it to siy that the meetings wore well attended Blackburn and the lecture and uity4 weix very nOly intorestins Among those present we H JiuiihipjWtl I DimlnpSI ror iiotc Uarrett ft W- Thontas of gnu county Dr John A Taulheo of iheathitt eountv Dr J 11 Taulheo of JIazol Jroen Ublfo county and Dr Elmer Xortlcutt of Mariha Menifee county 1 lie mixt meeting will bo held WHOLESALE at the town of IlusceUireeiwWolfocounty thu first day of November 1S87 Heat Maniifiietureri of Â¬ oots Shoes AND lostonMas J lr my a liolploaa Uin Inld in thu prnin when thu dUpivM which ciureU n iiinilt lint lMrn en nd wbon worms liavo rcilly born tho caunp It lm imon nroTctl boyond cn II lhat worms tiri i inKuniiirstooil rllwt Infani vtLMvrore SVt1 V iin y- who ani I bi ltlllilrclilldnftrnniiotlMtwobiervliiBoniMwTOWJfomoiro tlmuly iio rymnved from thu 7n tiy tho itellralt- 11 of rnhnetMkV Vfn ilrniio Ill Irlnns to not ho ltnt to n commend It nnd mo or t pniflin from all part of tho country tctlfy to ItsJt U thVlr practice ni i ii mny never mort emlm nt of folia nu mtltlcs ilitrnlly Ih ii kIvvm tn ihlldrcn a n wro purimiUf not milforMi nmm In fncl It niiiMKlniSl rire It in f ri thu ennrn ortlio of worm iTjj rtlsrhanrsl and Immsllato roller aironlcl Iw by very rmrrli ln at caution to Ih his own Jiidirrt In oniienj0 and to exnmlno every bottlo he buys of It mut I The Vimple Cltmy nU nnMl that Mio initial arc B A FfiNMTocknd btU- ills li noihli iVu NKWsUSKTyijjOWAntcoMO C4tnnHxix Mi Mcitsrs J K SehwarU Co lltttbttty IlavlnciiiKsl tlicorlfrlnal n A rnhni Htock Verml Hrntlnnriil hnvn iimiI fotnuof t lint ft excellent fnpo In my prnctico mot for many j earn I have no liel rrmislr H A KahncMockV Veniilrtiiri and found It lo htvothoilevlriileiris t I think your vvrntlfucro enn tancy inrrcommendlnirltnsa remedy which U itfe not aafely bedlpenMsl with In any family rtUnble and tjflelent In all cnnes wheru n Vermlfusu la J i IIUIIUUH St II i ours ore needed TII08II HANDY SI D erciesoi Ti SCHWARTZ CO Pittsburg Pa Solo Proprietors B A Fahnestock Co child Iihk VEHmlFUGE il ir i 3E - lol 1 DUNLAP BR0S1G0 tyvlllo KiiterpriKC tuv 8 L Neel n Vrcihytcriiui minis tor from Sliolbyville Ky who Inn been Saddlery Harness AND Life L V xlp MkrftHjretl by lili opMHt preaching in HreaMiiU county foniwetki mid M II Andoixm n yituiig lawyer of Spartanhurg BoiUh UtrpUna were horo MondHV Tiiey were en route home and left on the Iimok Tiiewlay inoniing They wuro plotted wllli our country tiiiiliMiku j In compllinoiitrtry tortus a our town IHIAIKliS IN 728iuul730WMiiinSt LOUISVIIJW nVoly SADDLERY HARDWARE i C B SWANCO diaikr in BTf GENERAL MERCHANDISE 1IA5EL GREEX KKNTUCKY KIWIS CONSTANTLY ON c Stapl KY IUNI A ITM Ahl UTKKNT QV In fiiet evcryihhiR uuulv kept In a llrlehn eminiry unrtj Mini nl IIOITOM IMINTH AUn will tuku la oKiilmujji for Onuil r hi nnyiaeiit of any ilebtiluu me ull kJwU ei Counfry IViuUiOtf ami liv rilnelof wvrv lUkenitim and Fancy Dry Goods ltady mnde Clothing Hats Caps Boots Shoes Qusenswars Tinwars Hardware Tabts and Pocket Cutlery Grocer- Â¬ ies Stoves and Fannin Implements 4Ui teLbi 11 1A Jton 4TtJ 4 tf sf fii pr vr1 444 J tW WTHj JtHE v t ERALD I I n Their 1Vli1lniniil tint ltcc cpUon - DAY MLIN vmr-- Our Hotala The following list of registers at our two iioieis niow timt transient travel is on an upward tendency and tiatl rado is pretty evenly divided t Win Havens Orav Creek John C Darker K II MurnhV End Tames Drown Has a lnrptr Mreuhtioi in tin- - nnmutnitii KaMcru Kentucky than miv paper hi c Stale and invruhaiit niul others wishtnjrto IviMifmiL f u Ml mill flm triiilo nf i lllli 1 it Tin fcCTraiidont udvcrtihOiiicnti 7 cents au cents an inch for inch firt insertion each subHiiuent itn crtiou iiiili 1 vcar 2 iiiehe 1 year 1 1 Advertising Rates urvr aiviktimnu mkihum litini 1 VTANlISU uuclic year lLuo 0 Inches 1 year -- 0H XiTSncchd ratcson laruer advertisement loeal notices Ce n line with 5 jter cent oil for lonj time 5 10 AliVKKTHIMBNTM 00 1 incite 1 inches 1 yearl00 venr 17j0 irtfMarriuge and death notices free tri httte of re ptet and obituaries cents a iJ Announcements of candidates for State or lihtrict oiliccs 10 County otlices to become fy call oil person 5 cents a Hue candidates Payable ami their aiibweM invariably in advance SPKXCKK COOPKl line I MeTill nf lfnan Hill Vn In the holy bonds of niatrimonv at the residence of tho brides IMII11IU1 alllll 111 the presence of a host of their friend The bride is u thiiiditor nf Hanf Mirt of Rose Hill Collciro and Mr Davs m quaintance with her began while fie was a student in that institution The mar riage is the sequel of love at first sight True love has run smooth with them all the time until the reciprocity ripened in matrimonial rites before Jod and man They were married by Rev L S Anderson a Presbyterian minister of Rose Hill and the attendants were as follows Floyd Day ami Miss Mary t Uivlcss Kellcy Jl Day and Miss Itachcnilrhmnnd Walter C tulkcoou and Mb Hcuoln Fiilkcison 0 1SS7 J Day of Frozen Creek il Jbxathitt county and ItH Maggie C r0 r- luJdW M e day iiotw Wolfe county Judge IrviupUalftcy Mt Sterling S 1 i Smith LouLiville 1 F Catron Vomroytou II 8 Helton Majtowii Wiley Perkins I lacy Creek Gen S D Duckiicr Hart county Ky Hon G M Adami Knox couiitv T Hazelrigg West Liberty T J Henry J D Taulbee Haael Green MrsMollic P Taulbee Hazel Green Mrs W P Tnulbue Salveisvillu Mis C L Taulbee Red Diver Miss America Wilson 1 John Patrick II K Cooper Klam HiiKcr 1 It nt v V 1 i l f js 5 h ttM fciiMHBBk fWZl 2sauzmik new I SmitlLJ2Jxtit - IlttUltotureiof v VVs 1 11 iiimhw k-- MiiiHjm iiw WrniMiTfffrH SB lltiffc mmimKBgBmBm k Bst Grades nim mf Full M a 1 j ww m 11 1 w O AND DKALlilt IJf I - u lU Grain Peed WINOIiESTEB KY 7 f V is BQP iiti tiijtMiPil ImT 1 HVN tion HHHIUBKlHKBMWIiEilBMKil5 O at all times Guarante Satisfac- Â¬ In Crad and Prices Magnolia Duller Fancy SnVKit Lakk Dollbr Family Oiouk Supcrttne upon which they will quote prices and deliver at Hazel Green or Duthwull Station a6 0m KYt V JJJX for KKDDS DOLldDt Kxtract Wiiitk pKAULrateut Dollop i T brands VkuiWTion Wheat SlILL FLOUD and carry a large supv plv of tho following TH X Xt X PC A IIAZHIi ODFFX are Pole Ascnts for Ditern Kentucky j CHEAP niony too bride was the recipient of many beautiful and costly presents from relatives and friends and the invited IARDWAKE QUEENS WAH E guests then repaired to a sumptuous sup- Â¬ STOVES per spread in honor of the occasion J he bridal party arrived hereon Ihm TIN WAKE CUTLERY dav evening last On the morning of masonic timiii MT jiKily STKWIXli KY that day the following invitations were sent out only married couples being in Â¬ vited to the reception GURRENTTOWNANDCOUNTYNEWS GARRISON HE SELLS Monday lSiehmouil and MN Ailelia Mcbiu TllllHOllllti1t iftnr tlln miiiHiiiiiinfiit b nit fiiiii ijiii vli v n 11 l4 Albert Fitts left for Lexington on wa As request the pleasiiie of your presence to receive Mrs Jt Mrs M Day Mr c Mrs J Taylor Day Thursday Inly 7th at thcirhome 1SS7 J F Iockhart Irel J D Taulbee I Inzel Green Mrs Mollie P Taulbee Hazel Green J A Taulbee Jackson Jos 0 Lykins Cunipton W F Llkins S P Howe Murphy Grassy Creek S Stem Didttinore Mil Dr J L Dowland Salyersville G D Aibniis Salversville Miss C L Taulbee Dud IHvor M HOtSK Dird Sitradling Wolfe county 1 II Deed Courier Vanceburg J W Dash Dourbon oounty 1 Allen Orear Kvaugelist Duv Joseph Vance Jackson Dev W L Stumper Vanecburg Dcnjamiu F killman Dourbon county Dr Kbncr Northcutt Mariba A J Asberry Camptou V Picratt Mnvtowii IlKRATT s INSTRlTQTORS AKfleuUural nml lleohanlcnl Sclentlllo liRluoerliifrrCliisnIcal o NommlScJiool Study Mtlllnry TneticH Oiuniuurrlnl nml rreyiirMtury Coursuu Fall term begins Skit II 1SS7 For CATAioamund other information address XiJngtoii JContudiy IAMKS K PATTlHSON Ill J COUNTY ADDOIXTDKS JtDCKIVKU n 11 am liiiii 1 leiiKeiiif llllu U1 EIGHTEEN PROFESSORS AND TUUIUJ JeSlVJin Charley Howe the indomitable in our town Monday nidit V the hour SuihIuv last lion doe Lykins and F Eikins of Campton paid our town a flying visit on ueologie m A party consisting of three or four Indie and two or three gentlemen will visit this section shortly to botanize and Jen Duelcnor expressed the opinion bile here Sunday last that there is a iivorable prospect for a railroad through tin section be a big Democratic bar- Â¬ There becue of beef and burgoo in the interest of Ibickner and IJryan at West Liberty will next Friday J - Trimble is visiting relatives at J tliis place and on Monday hut in com pany with J Taylor Day ltift for Campion circuit court Â¬ Â¬ There was pruacljiiig in both the Pre bvtcrinn and Christum churches at this place lnt Sunday It was tho icgular lay for Presbyterian service We have incidentally beard that several enterprising gentlemen of Ezel have offered a thousand dollars apiece to n railroad cominirto that place See the advertisement of the Hack Line and when you hae occasion to go below pat ron ie the hack You will save money time and trouble by doing so The meeting at the Christian Church which began on Fiidav last will be con Â¬ tinued until next Friday Much interest is beiuir manifested Rev John I Rogers Isolds guests and they were many gathered in wntil the spacious parlors weie crowded with friends of the popular young bride rioom anil is each welcomed mid ron- gratulatcd the happy couple each felt uiai me groom cieei nan drawn a prize in the matrimonial lottery worthy to grace the palace of a king and reign and rule supreme in the heart and nflections of her husband At last the invited number were present congratulations and well wishes gave way to the an nouncement of supper and for hours the guests partook of delicacies rich enough to satiate the appetite of more than epicuics Tables groaned under the weight of good things happy repar Â¬ tee treinal rood will mirth mill hinclitiT chirkcii snliil niul- shot hot too otvmn ntifl codec corn bread cake and confections i Jinnee n 10 av inai evervi uim was as 11101 ry as an overgrown marriage bell AIoiilt town ill tln we mum limns guests departed for their homes wishing as iiu y weni peace pleasure aim plenty for the happy pair as they pass along with tbi tide of tune Tim lliitirn joins heartily in all good wishes for bride mm gi 00111 aim nopes in me years 10 come to bear thit many bright happy days have crowned their union Â¬ Ie giew near Blue pass Farm Loui sm WIIOLFSALF 4 co I 1 DEALEKS IN the invited - 1 Tribute of Rospoct Campion Wolfe county Ivy July 1 At a railed meeting of Cox Lodge No 4154 F ic A M the Lodge was open Â¬ ed in due form IC Lykins W M explained the object of the meeting The inembeis then proceeded to the resi- Â¬ dence of IJro Casper Cable who depart Â¬ ed this life duly 2nd and thote formed a solemn procession and took the body i t tlw orrl in iti1 liiitil it- 1111 tlii lwtn IMIIllt tV itli bin 11111talv They then returned to oi s of Iasonry their hall and appointed the following brotheisacominittee on resolutions Af A mtTKUY Dr J Jl Bakik David Hoiii E S Coviiiirrux who adopted the following Resolved 1st That since it has pleas ed the iraud Master of the Universe to Mimmoiis our beloved brother Casper Cable to the Crawl Lodge above that we mourn the loss of onu who was truly a Maon at heart and whose walks and acts in this life proved his sincerity to the cause of Masonry and that we cher- Â¬ ish his memory while on earth and con Â¬ sign his body to the tomb Resolved 2 That in the death of Uro able the Lodge has lost i true tried and faithful member his wife a fond mid faithful husband bis children a loving and indulgent father the com munity one of its most trusted citizens and a neighbor who could always be de pended upon in time of need Resolved TJiat the members of this Lodge and all visiting brethren who paiticipated in the burial service wear the usual badge of mourning for thirty dnvs Resolved 4 That thee resolutions lie published in the Hai Cnrrx Hru A id and a copv sent to bis family and that these resolutions be spread upon the records of this Lodge Hro Casper Cable was born in East Tennessee and raised in Lee county Vn He was sixty two years of age lSo V hood of where won going on Willi a little dibit some one might strike it very rich With the authority of one so high in metallurgy as lrof Riekctts to back up the opinion that theres gold to be had some one should give the mine a few licks for luck Who will hae the enterprise to do so i- - Cold in Wolfo County V Riekctts metallurgist Frof and chemist to the school of mines at Columbia College New York city has made an analysis of the 010 taken from the rock in this county where Mrs Tim nions is and has been hunting silver He states in his ceitiiicate of analysis that there is no silver in it He how- Â¬ ever found a trace of gold Mr More of this place gave the ore tested to Harry Daldwin of New York to whom we are indebted for the certificate Now inasmuch as Mr Morse procured the specimen he gave Mr Daldwin from a pile of debris to which no attention bail been paid it looks like thorn is gold in this county If there is a tiace of gold found in a piece of oie not woith the at- Â¬ tention of those doing the mining it is fair to presume tliat some of the richer specimens would show the precious metal in paying quantities Where there is a trace it is worth a trial where theres smoke there must bo fire We hope some one will assist Mrs Timmons to unearth something worth smelting The ceitiiicate we have before us is a genuine article signed and scaled in due form and there can therefore be no doubt as to the presence of gold in the neighbor FOR SALE As uiv whole lime is occupied with oilier 1 oiler for sale at private contract my la rm 9 J u Ple duties Containing 145 Acres or if dedred will add 05 acres more to it Said farm is nituated in Clark county Jvv VA miles e rt Wiiiehe itcr tin thuC A 0 Dailioad JJiere is a lla station at the lot gate 100 yards from the liouie and a dde track about 00 yards below the lot gate There is a comfortable dwelliiii house good tobacco barn Mock barn and other build ings upon the place Two good ponds and leveral springs furiiWh water for all pur- Â¬ Â¬ THIRD RACE AND I NOTIONS UNION STREETS J Ml 1 Cincinnati JA3IES P FA NT WITH TIIR acres is virgin soil and except 20 acres none of the place has been cultivated for 20 vcars It ii one of the bADK and DIMT CUASS KAILMS UN there i enough timber on it to fence it for I will sell it at a bargain Any Jll ycuix one w Nliinc to purcliiiM a good and cheap home in Clark will do well to call mid ev amine this farm before piirtluMug ele where Ior further particular addiess poses About 25 OldReliable Hat Housed OK w s DicaciKSoir 1iaiihs GloVFS in Co TjTQyi C II jesliu Winchester K v or IKXUKD CUOlFD Jiaiji iieenKy VOX UIURELriAS CorncD lcitivl and Vine Â¬ HaitovB Mil C 0 M 6JIjTClIrjrAT0 Will always be found ready to attend to tho wants of the patrons of the hoiuc Thank fill for past patronage you are invited to- call and see m wlici in the city and Uncle Jim Four promises to put on bis best gQoilh lib1 Unt looks when waiting upon you G A YTO WX K iTCCIv Y WOOL CARDING Grinding and Sawing ner Done promptly and in workmanlike man II Dean Kite Pollard v lmporturs and Wlfolesale Dealers in the foif 11 Death of James Roos In Winchester Wednesday Jim Rees n young man son of Major Rees proprietor of the Rees Hotel jumped from a third story window and falling on the pavement was instantly killed He was suffering from deleriiim tremens ami made the leap in spite of two attendants We gather the foregoing from the col- Â¬ umns of the Sentinel Democrat and when we read tho announcement it shock Â¬ ed us Only a few weeks since Jim Rees was here on a visit and in the full enjoyment of health He was a favorite with several here who had formed his acquaintance and those who knew him best were loudest in lauding him for his many manly qualities On his last visit one of bis companions remarked to ii J i in Rees is the biggest hearted hoy J oyer saw and always ready to nurse the sick or attend in alllictioii Door Mm we will miss him when the Winchester boys come among us Â¬ Â¬ Quite a large number of ladies visited our oflice last Moudav evening among them Aunt Sally Trimble and Mrs Howard Fallen who called for the first time since the paper was established We are alwavs cum to ee the ladies Dr Kash of this place gave his new landau an airing last Sunday and with tho sparkling new harness and cream colored mules it made a pretty show At first glance it looked like the advertising watron of a circus and we were disap pointed to know we were mistaken Â¬ Glue ens ware Flour Meal Glassware Feed and Lumber see us c22lm jiUVor sale cheap for canh Come and W W MAXICKH Manager Lamps c T Â¬ All per ons wanting blackMiiithing of any or all kind wagons made or repaired bag gie spring wagons plows stocked cutting colters turning plows repaired plow made and laid hoes mattoekx ami horses shod in the beid stvle call on DAVIS Ilnel Jrcen Ky TYLKU Â¬ NOTICE Decorated Dinner Tea and Chamber Ware Xortlbwcst coLiior Pearl ancU Walnut Streets i Gin CINCINNATI CO i that in htm we weie meeting au old friend Ivcv Mr Vance who had two appoint Â¬ ments for pleaching in the Presbyterian Church ut this place last Sunday pave up the one in the evening rather than conflict with the meeting in progress at the Christain Church He left for Jaeksnn qn Sunday afternoon to meet a f couple of preachers who will commence a protracted meeting a Middle Fork in lireathitt this week Elder John I Ropers of Danville now conducting a meeting at the Christian church was in our oflice a few days since and is quite an interesting conversation- Â¬ alist Ho isacquainted with many of our He carried ucmiaintances and friends us I ack to days of the past and we felt Cummins ARTISTIC Son i RICHARD HANKS Â¬ Â¬ WHOLESALE MAKERS Claude J I Hazelrigg the industrious HAZFL CKKEN KY local editor of ye Gem West Liberty lias been appointed to a position in the Aie prepared to make to order in a superior Government printing oflice at Washing Â¬ slvle and on short notice Ladies and Scuts ton and left for that phlec last Monday Rue Shoes and boots in latust styles and morning The manager of that institu of hot material Depniring will receive tion should furnish tiic wums and get prompt attention nml prices on all work be Claude to catch him a mess of fish from reasonable Call and see us CUMM IKS SOX the Iotomac about the first thing If iipsrty he should do so Claudo will alwavs have 11 TUGGTJ V a soft snap for lie is a successful fish- Â¬ WITH erman Â¬ GBOCERSp No 22 Vine Street - i M a -- X rl fiFnjr jTjJ A jtri i Mrs Calvin Swango lias our thank for a nicssof sweet potatoes sent us last week and doubtless the first mess of home grown potatoes yet enjoyed by any one in the county Mr Swango is one of the few ladies of our county who re alize the hardships incident to the hum drum lifo of a country printer anil chriitinndiko necks to ameliorate that condition by little appetiriim delicacies May God bless her and send more like Â¬ A 1 U Hakku David If oho E S CoNOiirro H Dr J Asnritv IT WILL PAY EVERY J F CINCINNATI G Ringgold 3llIIKlW OK Coi afily Intelligent Mother In tlir Land to It ail Taulbee and family and his Dr J sister Miss Lane left for Navajo Nuw Mexico lat Monday morning where he will assume the duties of physician to the agency at that place The friends of Doe and family very much regret his departure but wish hint much success in her Ho ban promis- Â¬ liis new field of labor Capt S n Smith whose reputation ed to send TiiK HrUALD nn occasional for being tho best and most prompt as letter and his friends may thus keep sessor during eight year oflicial service posted as to his movements as iiHsewor in our county passed through town Thursday on a mission such as has Dr Ciiierrant of tho Prasbytcrian Church has written us requesting tho always prompted his every step in life Imiirm assistance to those in trouble H publication of tho following appoint wh 011 his way to nttend thotrial of his incuts Middle Fork Church llrflMhltt county nephew in Lawoneo rountyv and kws Tuesday Jnlyil byeo tlmt they have tho iMmefltof h JokMinrridyJiy30 Hir trial uprtkht If nil men were Proxm reck HiindHy July It evuiiititf bnnot rotinujeou mid wholvsoulfd s ttil stulrtu 1iKwilur AuuiutJ gtHtpMUit theri would luojivedof Himd OrtiH WadRiidtiy Anient JUJ Â¬ 1 This generous endorsement from the wife of the late Matthew Simpson D I Lb l Difdiop of the Methodist Dpiscopnl Church ItEV J IllXHV SMYTH K D lb Kditor My dear PuiMliiiie for Littlo Childicii I rejoice to know that m many Friend mothers and children are being tauidit the inextimable value of Melllns Fowl and I trust that your cHorti may rexult ill placing it permanently in every bousohotd in the land Truly yours Klifn LUHimiwox NoTIClU BoatsVliST Stioes and MuiulW lFADLSTDKKT CINCINNATI MIIOi Abe Bloch MiBnBYouth t Co in Monurauturorp and WboJisideDifidcra TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK Boy Children1 n1 MTSTKKWNfiKX o ClOTHNS 12a aSflly riT The Doard of Ktaindnern for T3i4 HIG8TAPK President Wolfe county will meet at Ilimd Green on W W THOMSON Cashior the nueoud Haturdny In July mid at Chui ton on tho third and fourth ftuurdttyN in DIDDCTODH Julv for tho purpoic f examining upjdl Anuitryr en nh for tcuoliifV eurllHoab AUwJio d JiMM CtioitN sire to teach will pleiuo lifto nutlet of time 1K K It DlUKr lIlflllfMKDb sad pine and be ready w I kern will poib inr3llr Uvwly be no rxMwlHMbnu hmhJh oh other LK t tM PAIKllH VOW Johm M Host ilmi the day HUul Mino StrotM 7 i ar 14 f Vrwh Cfhcinnati O iih md li fc JiJi lUHMIMM iiithM ttiii m J i mwilrt m VW JA Jfi J oWk A MiHW I CuHHwjibMawidi oJWHt40CHUI0QM aa f mmMJ u yn ir V v smiM 4 - v iWI I Hi WIllOW ClIIIMhuiM il i J I jJT a n i l I f tape some tlrcw yes do make the expert meat and whea so one but God and your self are there you distinctly call thoir Hl c Flfifht Against Worldllnesa names and Lsten and wait and sit gazing Into Heaven Caused Hhn to bo Despised Pass on now and soe Stephen looking upon Christ My toxt says ho saw tho the Punlnhtnont Inflicted Kebonnded Son of Man at tho right hand of God Just Upon Illit Persecutor Sormon by Iter how Christ lookod in this world just how ho looks in Hoavon wo can not say A T De Witt Tannage 1 D writer in tho tlmo of Christ says describ- Â¬ ing tho Saviours personal appcaranco This morning at tho that Ho had bluo oyos and light complex- Â¬ Brookltti ion and a very graceful structure but I o Witt Talmogo Tahcrnnclo Uav T D p oxpoundod nppropriato passages of suppose It was all guess work Tho paintSorlpture aftor which tho congregation ers of tho different ages havo tried to im sang tho favorlto hymn Thoro Is rest agino tho features of Christ and put thom for tho woary The rovorend doctors upon canvas but wo will havo to wait CO CO Behold I aco tho until with our own oyes wo can soo Hlra toxt was Acts vli Hoavons oponod and tho BonofMnn stand- Â¬ and with our own oars wo can henr Him ing on tho right hand of God Thon thoy And yet thoro is a way of seeing and hear-Â¬ cried out with a loud voico and stopped ing Him now I havo to toll you that uri- thoir cars and ran upon him with ono ac-Â¬ loss you sco and hear Christ on earth you cord and cast him out of tho city and will novor soo and hoar Him In Heaven CAJIEER OF STEPHEN 1- - i tt Â¬ lfi t rt ff i I i H KV I rV e f y V V r t- - c K t- - T- il V V r Lit p Hr stonod him and tho witnesses laid down their clothes at a young mans fcot whoso namo was Haul And thoy stoned Stephen calling upon God end saying Lord Jesus roccivo my spirit And ho knooled down and cried with n loud voico Lord lay not this sin to thoir charge And whon ho had Tho preachor said this ho foil asloop said Stophon had boon preaching a rous- Â¬ ing Bormon and tho peoplo could not stand it Thoy rosolvod to do as men sometimes would like to do in this day If thoy dared with somo plain preachor ol rightoousnoss kill him Tho only way tc sllonco this mnn was to knock tho broath out of him So thoy rushed Stephen out of tho gates of tho city and witli curso and whoop and bollow thoy brought him to tho cliff as was tho custom whou thoy wanted to tako away lifo by stoning Hav- Â¬ ing brought him to tho edgo of tho cliff thoy pushed him off Aftor ho had fallen thoy came and looked down and seeing that ho was not yet dead thoy bogan to drop atonos upon him stono aftor stono Amid this horriblo fltono after stono rain of missiles Stophon clumbers up on his knoos and folds his hands whilo tho blood drips from his torn pies to his chooks from his chcoks to his garments from his garments to tho ground and thon looking up ho makes two prayers ono for hlmsolf and ono for his murdorors Lord Jesus receive my spirit that was Lord lay not this sin to for hlmsolf thoir charge that was for his assnilauts Thon from pain and loss of blood ho swoonod away and foil asleep I want to show you to day llvo pictures Stophon gazing into Heaven Stephen looking at Christ Stophon stonod Stophon in his dying prayer Stephen asloop First look at Stophon gazing Into hoavon Before you tako a loap you want to know whoro you aro going to land Bo foro you climb n ladder you want to know to what point tho ladder roachos And It was right that Stephen within a few moments ol Heaven should bo gazing into it Wo would nil do woll to bo found in the siuno posture Thoro Is enough in Hoavon to kcop us gazing A man of largo wealth may havo statuary in tho hall and paintings in tho sitting room and works of art in all parts of tho house but Ito has tho chiof pictures in tho art gal lory and thoro hour aftor hour you walk with cataloguo and glass and admiration Woll Heaven is tho gal lory whoro God has gathered tho chief troasuros of his realm Tho wholo uni vorso Is His palace In this lowor room whoro wo stop thoro aro many adornments tossollatod floor of amo thyat and blossom and on tho winding cloud stairs aro stretched out canvas on which commlnglo azuro and purplo and saffron and gold But Heaven is tho gallery in which tho chief glories aro gathered Thoro aro ho brightest robos Thoro aro tho richest crowns Thoro aro the highest oxhilaratlons John says of It Tho Kings of tho earth nhall bring thoir honor and glory into it And I soo tho procession forming and in tho lino cuno all cmplron and tho stars spring up Into an arch for tho host to march under Thoy kcop step to tho sound of earthquako and tho pitch of uvulanoho from tho mountains and tho Hug thoy bear Is tho llamo of a consuming world and all Heaven turns out with harps and trumpets and myriad volcod acclamation of angelic dominion to wolcomo them in and tho Kings of tho earth bring thoir honor and glory Into It Do you wondor that good pooplo often stand Uko Stophon looking into Hoavon Wo havo a groat many frlondB thoro Thoro Is not a man In this houso to day so Isolated In lifo but thoro is somo ono In Hoavon with whom ho onco shook hands As a man gets older tho innnbor of hln celestial acquaintances very rapidly multlpllos Wo havo not had ono gllmpso of thorn sinco tho night wo kissed thom good by and thon wont away but still wo stand gazing at Heaven As whon somo of our frlonda go across tho sea wo stand on tho dock or on tho stoam tug and watch them and aftor a whilo tho hulk of 1ho vossol dlsappours and thon thoro is only a patch of sail on tho sky and soon that Is gono and thoy aro all out of sight anf yot wo stand looking in tho Bamo dlroction so whou our frlondB go away from us Into tho futuro world wo kcop looking down through tho Narrows and gazing and gazing as though wo ox peoWd that thoy would como out and stand on boiho evening oloud and glvo us one glimpse of their blissful and trnnsflgured facu While you long to Join thoir companionship and the years and tho days go with such tedium that thoy break your heart and the viper of -- pain and sorrow and bereavement keeps gnawing at your vitals yeu still stand like Stephongiuing Into Heaven You wondor If they havo ehasftd rIrm youaw them last You Wftfttor If they vreald recognlve your fo ohanged hat it been with trouble HWi Yeu weader If amid the wyrlml of tie they oar m wwh fer HhU tfefty M iHy ujMtti t whr voey gave yew a H Mwjmr under if utey iwfc 1 avelHK 14 JWHH Mm Ik the yew whe Mm Urn ell uUti wa If eMuM tU tfcm Wy VMr DM Â¬ over-Increasi- Jesus emancipation for all slaves Proclamation of universal amnosty for all rebols Aluif uorus gathorod tho Babylonish noblos to his stablo Georgo I entertained tho Lords of England at a banquet Napoleon HI wolcomed tho Czar of Russia and tho Sultan of Turkey to his forest tho Em 1 eror of Germany was glad to havo our Minister George Bancroft sit down with him nt Ills tablo but tell mo yo who know most of tho worlds history what othor King over asked tho abandoned and tho forlorn and tho wrotched and tho out- Â¬ cast to como and sit down beside him O wonderful invitation You can tako ill to day and stand at tho head of tho dark- Â¬ est alloy In all this city and say Como Clothos for your rags salvo for your soros a throno for your eternul reigning A Christ that talks liko that nnd acts liko that and pardons liko that do you wondor that Stophon stood looking at Him I hopo to spend otornity doing tho same thing I must soo Him I must look upon that face onco clouded with my sin but now radiant with my pardon I want to touch that hand that knocked off my shackles I want to hoar that voico which pronounced my doliveranco Bo hold Him llttlo children for if you llvo to throc scoro years and ten you will sco nono so fair Behold Him yo aged ones for Ho only can shine through tho dimness of your failing eyesight Behold Him earth Behold Him Heaven What a moment whon all tho nations of the saved shall gather around Christ I All fncos that way All thrones that way gazing gazing on I e Look There Ho Is Behold tho Lamb ol God Can you not sco Him1 Then pray to God to tako tho scales off your oyes Look that way try to look that way His voico comos down to you this day comes down to tho bllndost to tho deafest soul saying Look unto me all yo ends of tho earth and bo yo savod for I am God and there Is nono else Proclamation of universal great Saharas of darkness Jesus could lume them What though I got weary on tho way Christ could lift mo on His omnipotent shoulder What though thcro wero chasms to patient cross His hand could transport mo Thon Whcro stands the Father tendor waiting lot Stophens prayer bo my dying litany To welcome homo tho lost and found with It may Lord Jesus rocoivo my spirit lovo bo in that hour wo will bo too fceblo tosuy And all his Hfo the way grows clearer brighter Until It ends at tho Sweet Home above a long prayer It may bo in that hour wo Church Union will not bo able to say tho Lords Prayer for it has seven petitions Perhaps wo Sunday School Lessons may bo too fcebla oven to say the infant prayer our mothers taught us which PKCOND QUAUTER John Quincy Adams seventy yoars of ago Jun 26 Review Temperance Lessaid every night whon ho put his head son Lev 101 11 Missionary Lesson Exod il- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ You aro not all body Thore is within you a soul I sco it gleam from your eyes to- Â¬ day and I seo It Irradiating yourcounto nanco Sometimes I am abashed beforo en audienco not bocauso I como under your physical oyosight but bocauso I rcalizo the truth that I stand beforo so mnny Immortal spirits Tho probability is that your body will at last find u sopul turo in somo of tho comotorios that sur-Â¬ round this city Thcro Is no doubt but that your obsoqulcs will bo decent and ro spectful and you will bo ublo to pillow your head under tho maple or tho Nor- Â¬ way spruce or tho cypress or tho blos- Â¬ soming Br but this spirit about whloh Stophon prayed what direction will that take What guldo will escort It What gato will open to rocoivo it What cloud will be cloft for its pathway Aftor it has gono boyond tho light of our sun will thoro bo torchos lighted for it tho rest of tho way I Will tho soul havo to travel through long deserts boforo It roachos good land If wo should loso our pathway will thoro bo a castlo at whoso gato wo may ask tho way to tho city Oh this mysterious spirit within us It has two wings but It is in a cngo now It Is locked fast to keep it but let tho door of this cago opon that loast and tho soul is off Eagles wing could not catch it The lightnings aro not up with enough to tako swift tho leaves it When tho soul body it takes fifty worlds at a bound And Havo you havo I no anxiety about it no anxiety about it I do not euro what you do with my body whou my soul Is gone or whethor you believo in cremation or inhumation I shall sleep just as well in n wrapping of sackcloth as in satin lined with eaglos down But my soul boforo I leave this houso this morning I will find out whoro it Is going to land Thank God for tho intimation of my toxt that when wo dio Jesus takes us That answers all questions for mo What though thoro were massive bars between hero nnd tho City of Light Jesus could remove thom What though thoro woro RELIGIOUS DEPARTMENT THE PRODIGAL sat nlone upon tho dUtont hillside Tho herd was grazing as tho shadows fell But deeper was the gloom within his bosom Than thut which bottled oer the lonely delL Afar from home a wundrcr and an exile His uchlng hcod was burdened and oppressed Hl tear dlmmed eyes turned lonelntf toward the glory That marked the suns red setting In the west As In a dream ho saw thro misty splendor The path down which slow sank the days bright god And from the burning sunsets jjoldcn center The road stretched out which saints to glory trod Beginning In a soft and mellow radiant With dusky shadows either side the way It wider grew and lighter as tho earth shoro Faded from view and cverlustlng day He Succoeded night and all along the highway Thronged ransomed souls toward that sweet Kilu ii shore And on the woary faces pale and patient The light of Home was brightening more and moro Oer nil tho road tho tender radlanco lingered And like a benediction softly fell Upon the multitude hushed into sllonco IJy distant music like a silver bell Slowly tho music rose and fell such contrast To earths discordant melodies the dome Of Heaven ringing with harmonious voices Blending as one In singing Home Sweot Home And still tho wanderer gazed as in a vision Along the road leading to Heavens Gato Whcro wido tho portals opon and beyond thom All joy and bliss and rest eternal wait And Homo Sweet Home his trembling lips repeated Joining thcaonp and slatted from his drcara3 Waking In darkness numbd and chilled But ever beforo his eyes shouo distant tho golden gleams Of lights from unseen shores still heard tho echo Of voices singing to his Inmost soul Of home and Heavenly peace and bravo endeavor And just before him seemed ever the goal Â¬ upon his pillow S5u0 a Or a Service of Song and Prayer Now I lay mo down to sleep I pray the Lord my soul to keep Wo may bo too fcoblo to employ kvi tr Wir wtm mk ih assault upon wickodness put with Sto Â¬ phon through tho gates of tho city Down with him over tho procipicos Lot every man como up and drop a stono upon his head But these men did not so much kill Stophon as thoy killed thcmsolvos Evory stono roboundod upon thom Whilo theso murderers woro trausilxed by tho scorn of nil good men Stephen lives in tho admiration of all Christendom Stephen stonod but Stophon alivo So all good mon must ho poltcd All who will livo godly In Christ Jesus must suffor persecution It is no eulogy of a man to say that evory body likes him Show mo any ono who is doing all his duty to Stuto or Church and I will show you scores of men who utterly abhor him If all mon speak wojl of you It Is bocauso you aro olthor a laggard or u dolt If a steamer makes rapid progress through tho wavos the water will boll and foam all around it Brave soldiers of Jesus Christ will hoar tho carbines click When I boo a man with voico and money and influouco all on tho right side and somo caricature him and some suoor at him and some denounce him and men who protend to bo actuated by right motives conspiro to cripple him to cast him out to de stroy him I any Stophon stoned Whon I see a man in somo great moral or roliglous reform battling against grog shops oxposlng wickedness in high places by active means trying to purify tho Church and hotter tho worlds estate and I find that tho nowapapors unathema tlzo him nnd men oven good men oppose nnd denounce him bocauso though ho doos good ho does not do it in thoir way Stophon atoned I say Tho world with tnilnlto splto took aftor John Frederick Oborllu nnd Robert Moffat and Paul and Stophon of tho toxt But you notico my frionds that whilo thoy as- saultod him thoy did not succood really in killing him On tho day of his death Stophon spoko boforo a fow peoplo In tho Sauhodrim this Sabbath morning ho ad drosuos all Christendom Paul tho Apos tlo stood on Mars Hill addressing a hand- Â¬ ful of philosophers who know not so much about science as u modorn school girl To day ho talks to all tho millions of Christendom about tho wondors of justification nnd tho glories of rosurroc tlon John Wosloy was howled tywn by tho mob to whom ho proauhed and thoy throw bricks at him and thoy jost loci him nnd thoy denounced him nnd they Bpat upon him and yet to day in all lands ho is admitted to bo tho groat fatnor of Meth odism Booths bullet vacated tho Prosl dontlul chair but from that spot of coagulated blood on tho lloor In tho box of Fords thoator thoro sprang up tho now Stophon stonod but lifo of a nation Stephen alive Push on stow nnd soo Stophon In his dy Â¬ ing prayor Ills it rat thought was not how tho stone hurt hU head nor what would become of hi body HU flmt thought was Lord Jesus receive my about hU spirit The murderer numuRg oh ihm ftpmt trap door the buok va bolng drawn nwtf kit head In for the execution may Krlw aoe about thi Jwutre Uutyou ami we HHXlety He in wtufw lHg hhw Ve vhh wit wwwwj hh4hhn hWV where we ere i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ills worth if all tho nntlons know Sure tho wholo onrth would love Him too I pass on now and look nt Stophon stoned Tho world has always wanted to got rid of good men Their very lifo is an of thoso familiar forms of Stephen is so short is so concise is so earnest is so comprehensive wo suroly will be ablo to say that Lord Jesus roO if that prayer Is an Â¬ coivo my spirit swered how sweet It will bo to dio This cither but this prayer Â¬ Tinnn QUAUTER July 0 The Infant Jesus July 10 The Flight into Egypt July 17 Johntho Baptist July21 The Baptism of Jesus July 31 Temptation of Jesus world is clever enough to us Perhaps it has treated us a great deal bottor than wo desorved to bo treated but If on the dying pillow there shall brouk tho light of that better world wo shall havo no moro regret about leaving a small dark damp houso for ono large beautiful and capacious That dying minister in Philadelphia somo years ago beautifully depicted it whou in tho last moment ho throw ip I move into tho his hnnds and cried out Â¬ Â¬ M2 Matt 13 S1 Matt Matt 11 17 Matt 1 11 Matt 17 23 Aug 7 Jesus In Galileo Matt 10 Aug II Tho Ueatttudes Matt 17 Aug SI Jesus and tho Law Matt 1 15 Aug an IMoty Without Display Matt Sept 4 Trust In Our Heavenly 24 34 Matt Father Sept 11 Golden Precepts MS Matt 13 SU Sept 18 Solemn Warnings Matt Sept 25 Review Temperance Lesson Rom 118 14 Missionary Lesson Matt 4 UM6 or A Service of Song and Prayer 1 3 MOONSHINE A light Pass on now nnd I will show you ono more picturo and that is Stephen asleep lhv With a pathos and simplicity peculiar to tho Scriptures tho text says of Stephen What Ho foil asloop Oh you say a place that was to sloop A hard rock undor htm stones falling down upon him tho blood streaming tho mob howling And yot What a plnco It was to sleep my text takes that symbol of slumber to describo his departuro so sweet was It so contented was It so peaceful was It Stophon had lived a very laborious life His chief work had boon to caro for tho poor How many loaves of broad ho distributed how many barofeothe had sandaled how many cots of sickness nnd distress ho blcssod with ministries of kindness and love I do not know but from tho way ho lived and tho way ho preached and tho way he dlod I know ho was a laborious Christian But that is all over now Ho has prossod tho cup to tho last fainting lip He has taken tho Inst Insult from his enomios Tho last stono to whoso crushing weight ho Is susceptible has been Tho Discihurled Stophon is dead ples como Thoy tako him up Thoy wash away tho blood from tho wounds Thoy strnlghton out tho bruised Thoy brush back tho tangled limbs hair from tho brow nnd thon thoy pass around to look upon tho calmcountenuuco of him who had lived for tho poor and died for tho truth Stophon asloop I havo seen tho soa driven with tho hurri enno until tho tangled foam caught In tho rigging and wave rising abovo wave seemed as if about to storm tho heavens and then I havo scon tho tempost drop and tho wavos crouch and every thing ho como smooth and burnished as though a camplng placo for tho glories of Hoavon So I havo scon a man whoso lifo has boon tossed and driven coming down nt last to an lnflnlto calm In which there was tho hush of Huavons lullaby Stophen Ho fought all usloopl I saw such a ono his days against poverty and against abuso Thoy traduced his namo Thoy rattlod at tho door knob whilo ho was dying with duns for debts ho could not pay yot tho poaco of God broodod over his pillow and whilo tho world fadod Heaven dawned and tho dooponlng twilight of onrths night was only tho opening twl- light of Heavens morn Not a sigh Not a tear Hot struggle Hush I Stophou asieep i Don blois the cheerful person mnn woman or child eld or young illiterate or educated tumUoine or homely Over and above every eeiul trait etunds uheerfuU wets What the sun l to nnture what Clod U to Ih ilriokeu heart whoh knows how to lean upon him are cheerful jwnoai In their aUHjl wIiIoh hrtMBlBtf up oolulfv rwHd them with VHe kuppluu hawliitf Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Is Revealed In tho Religion of tho IJlble Christianity u Light mid Power You need not talk to me about Christianity for I havo made tip my So mind that it is all moonshine said a skeptical friend not long ago It was a clem and beautiful evening The full moon was shining in a cloudless sky I looked around a moment and Yes you are right It then replied ftrand nnd ltonutiriil SilRKrutlnn What ismoonshino glorious blessed moon- Â¬ shine We could not bear tho full orbed glory of God and so lie lias given ns tho iiiblo to reflected it in mellowed radiance Christianity is tho religion of the Bible and hence it is moonshine Moonshine is not n human invention It is as truly divine ns sunshine If there was no greater light to rule the day thcro would bo no lesser light to rule tho night And then moonshine not only reflects light hut it represents power It reveals to us an orb thut lifts the wuter in tho groat ocean and curries it in tides around tho earth Thoro is no force on our globe mightier than tho tidal wave that follows the moon day and night year in and year out Christianity is like tho tidal wave Its inlluenco is felt to day wherever man is found I never thought of it before but it is n grand idea that yon suggest It is moonshino indeed and how dark tho earth would ho without tho counterfeit It is to mo utterly ini conceivable that nny man or sot of men could think of getting up a re-jligion if thcro was no such thing known or thought or or uoliovcu in among men und that if thoy did got it up people would tako any interest in it You can not interest peoplo in that which lias no adaptation to their na- Â¬ ture and to thoir wants Oh I admit that man is naturally superstitious or that ho is a religious animal if you prefer that form of state- Â¬ ment Ho believes in spirits is afraid of them and trios to conciliate them by prayer and sacrifices Somo ingenious fellow knowing how strong was this instinct in tho race got up a religion to gratify it Ho and his friends of course hecamo priests and they ac- Â¬ quired power and mado money by their invention I thank you for that admission and now tell mo why is man a religious We know why he is an eating animal and a drinking animuL It is because iro needs food and water to sustain his body The appetites represent wants We know why lie is a talking Animal It is because lie was mado for social in- Â¬ Tho faculty of speech tercourse to his represents his rolation But if thoro is fellow men no God nnd no hereafter nothing abovo us to love or fear nothing beforo us on the othor sido of tho gravo to seek or to shun why do we havo theso religious instincts Must thcro not ho some tiling in our nature adapted to them as food is adapteil to tho sensa Â¬ tion of hunger But that that which is adapted to a religious nature must bo a religion is self evident Hence no matter how many false religions thcro arc in tho world thoro must bo ono true religion All tho counterfeits im Â¬ ply the existence of some tiling that is genuine Now look on this world study its religions examino their teachings in regard to God consider Iheir influence upon tho characters and lives of thoso who believe in them and must you not admit that Christianity is immeasura Â¬ bly superior to all tho rest that if any one of them is tho truo religion Christianity is that one The ques Â¬ tion with us is not whether wo will Our nature and tho have a religion history of tho race settle that Tho only question is Which of the roligions shall we accept Shall wo bo idolaters Parsees Brahmins Buddhists MohamÂ¬ Wo medans Mormons or Christians can sec that all the othor religions are human Thoy aro tho conjectures or the contrivances of men to meet the re- Â¬ ligious hunger and thirst of the soul They aro like torches which mon kin- Â¬ How fee- Â¬ dle to relieve the darkness ble and flickering is tho light they give But Christianity is liko the moon up there How puro and steady its light We know as we enjoy its mel- Â¬ low radiance that the sun is shining And so the Biblo is a revolution of day Â¬ light amid the darkness It tolls of a world not far away a world to which we may go ere long where God is re Â¬ vealed in all His glory Tho value of its revelations of truth and love is liko that of moonshine It is reflection The visible enables us to know and be- Â¬ lieve in tho invisible As moonlight proves the existence of tho sun and daylight boyond our horizon it sun and a daylight that will bo ours to Â¬ morrowso Christianity proves that there is a God who loves us and a Heaven prepared for us How grate- Â¬ ful then we ought to bo for such a moon to chocr us in this world which sin has darkened a moon which whilo it lights up tho earth does not hido tho stars Tho more I think of it the bet-Â¬ ter I like your idea of Christianity and I hopo that you will not any longer ho like a dog that barks at the moon Obadiah OUlschool in Chicago Interior VN t GEMS OF THOUGHT A good conscience is tho finest opiate John Knox Think of all tho ovils from whicli you are exempt Joubert Tho best thing in tho world is to bo Phillips Brooks Christian a Gratitude to a covenant God makes even a temporal blessing a tasto of Hoavon Romanic it Busy lives liko busy wators aro Pshaw you know what I mean generally puro Stagnant lives liko Christianity is n fraud a humbug stagnant pools breed corruption W Woll let us see You dont deny D Nicholas that it exist do you Tho moral must bo tho measure of Of course not But a groat many things oxist that are not true here for health If your eye is on tho eternal instance is a bogus dollar that some Â¬ your intollcct will grow and your body passed upon mo to day It looks opinions and actions will havo a beauty just like a genuine one and yet it is a which no learning or combined advan Â¬ tages of othor men can rival Emer-Â¬ miserable counterfeit Yes and why did tho rogue who son Words aro not prayers Thoy may made it ive it that form nnd imago nnd superscription P Would ho havo help or hinder hut in them there is no done so if there was no genuine dollar virtue Thoy aro not tho ntmosphoro nnd would you have taken it if it had that purities the soul thoy aro merely not resembled something thut was real vocal chords over whhih tho air jiiiksm und vitliMhloP to and from the life rtounios jWi Then vn conuludo that filo things in this wnihl two not original Ihlngs thut wherever there U n fraud or t humbug It la tho emmtorfolt of omo thing iiwl mid viihmhU lioiiee If Olulbtliuilty U i fartu roliyiim thorn IDVUl bu tv tniu i ollytuu uf which U I Of ioiuio lint Rule Novor did nny until do good but it canm readier to do the hhiuo again with moro nnjoymimt Nuver wm love or gratliuilo or bounty nrantM but with incrimslng Joy wliloh miuta tho nriintlttii Mill morn In loyu with thy i frw vkeir few V 55gl335S5P5 vyftniQgp PSPHHPffi - HWFaWWWflBjai I I P iWJfU il1 W TJ IWWMt BTt WWKllWIl s4tariM8v I i 1t TREES FOR FUEL llow Farmer nursery i quality of most of the goods is poor upon buying But the foundation stock Wholesale grocers and the dealers in must of course be bought This need various elasses of manufactured articles not be as wo have stated before th keep grades of goods for the city most select and of course extremely trade and others which are greatly high priced animals but they should inferior for selling to country mer- Â¬ be of good pedigree and purely bred Â¬ essenchants Freights aro high on all In tho breeding of grades it isbo not tially important that the sire heavy articles sent long distances into only pure but also if possible that ho the country The credit system largely Â¬ prevails there and tho times of pay-Â¬ havo the power eminently of transmitting his quality ment aro uncertain and irregular One essential valuo of having a di- Â¬ Tho country merchant is often accused of charging extortionate prices and versity of good stock on tho farm the difference between what ho pays horses cattle sheep swine and poultry is that one class will consume wiat for goods and what he sells them for is certainly large but taking one con- Â¬ another leaves or at least do so in a sideration with another his lot is not great measure There is nothing that a happy one Fanners who live in a will in so large a degree tend to make part of the country that is not thickly the farm profitable But do not at peopled can exercise economy to the once rush into a diversity of stock un- Â¬ best advantage by raising all the neces- Â¬ less you full understand their several sary supplies they poshibly can on characteristics First make a careful IJy adopting this study of their natures and the best their own places course they will avoid tins constant means of economical care Then go Begin with ono improved trouble of going to market save tho ahead prpiit made by dealers in buying and class of animals and grow up into oth- Â¬ selling goods keep out of debt and be ers and it may be repeated you can independent of the trader and the as a rule breed better animals at less cost than you can buy once you havo money lender No country In the world is better the start Tho most forehanded farmers of tho supplied witli fuel than this Wo have country aro those who stock their hard and soft coal peat and wood The price of soft coal in most parts of the farms to the fullest capacity They West is low Still the amount the are not subjected to the lluet nations of average prairie farmer pays for this in- Â¬ the markets as are those who depend ferior fuel in the course of a year is large more largely upon raising grain to bell Â¬ If tins is multiplied by tho years in a They are constantly giving back large- Â¬ soil the constituents of ferlifetime it often represents a sum of ly to the money equal to the value of tho tility In the opening of new farms farm on which the coal has been con the crude products must be sold at sumed There arc few small farms on least until the farm can bo made ready which 50 worth of boft coal is not for the proper cultivation of grass and burned in the course of a year Tho hay Then live stock must be bought coal bill for ten years is 500 and for Often it takes years beforo the farmer Meanwhile tho fifty years 2oOU This money might can realize the cash be saved and many persons aro pre Â¬ more sagacious buv some and tako paring to save it Experiment has others on shares and put the profits demonstrated that ten acres of land therefrom in additional stock In sec Â¬ devoted to the production of trees will tions where the farms are well opened keep a small family supplied with the owners delay too long the acquire Â¬ fuel by the annual increase of wood ment of stock It will long be the case perhaps Of course the land is worth boine that a majority of fanners neglect to thing for tho production of grass and cultivated crops but tho trees if btock their farms with a proper pro Â¬ planted in strips on the north or west portion of animals It will be a very side of farms will generally pay for long time undoubtedly when farmers the land they occupy by affording pro- Â¬ as a rule stock their farms with all tection from wind and snow They tho farm animals It certainly will be will also greatly add to the value of tho so until they come to know that they can not most successfully farm until place by improving its appearance In producing the niot and the best they keep themselves full posted fuel trees that naturally grow tall and Farm Field and Stockman have but few side branches should be A certain German was very much selected and they bhould be planted blamed by the owner of a vicious dog quite closely Hy planting them near which the former had shot Why together they will grow to trunk and didnt you keep tho dog off with the not to branches They will furnish the butt end of your gun instead of shoot Â¬ best of cord wood and tho trunks will ing him exclaimed the irate owner be easy to split as they will contain of tho defunct canine Ven dot tog but very few knots Large knots oc- Â¬ come at mo tail first det I pushes him cur at tho base of large limbs or away mit do butt end of my gun but branches and aro necessary for sup Â¬ ven he comes at me mit his biting end porting them Open planting results first den I shoots him mit tho biting in producing trees with wide speading end of dot gun branches whoso trunks aro full of largo knots and which can only bo Rudolf Ilertzog is tho largest dry split with great difficulty Close plant goods merchant in the City of Berlin ing produces tall trees with few spread Â¬ He says that before ho began to adver ing branches The knots in tho trunks tiso lie baroly cleared expenses Tho will be small as most of the limbs will first year ho spout J258 in advertising u c li die and drop off before they have atr ji inn iiitwuiu luau tu TiiU su nu iilliu on increasing the amount and his tainod any considerable sio maple and Cottonwood trees can bo profits in proportion until at present planted four feot apart each way his advertising bills foot up 100600 When largo enough to furnish fuel half every year Chicago Tribune of thorn can bo cut out and burned By this process of thinning room will Tho English people who it need bo obtained for tho remainder to grow not bo said have a great love for lino in Tall trees containing hut fuw knots plants and flower prjo our native aro enslly prepared for find and they American plants higher than wo our Â¬ aro serviceable for breaking the force selves do From thin fact let plant rs of the wind take the hint if they havo no money Young tree obtained from a nuroYy to invest for iiursory plants to iijnku where the beod was planted in rows their homes beautiful let them go to are much better for netting out than the field and dig aoiue St Joui Jic those found hi a forest and which can publican 1m hud for the trouble of digging them I -- Philadelphia litis 1J7 Prntcntmit up and moving thmu It U nmijmru lively vttby to dig up young Law in u Untwpjia uhmvliv uinl clinpuU Â¬ and straight and tliey Will Their Living Kxpemea who pay out the least money removal better than saplings obtained Fanners for supplies aro ordinarily Ihc ones in a forest Tho nursery tree has orwho succeed tho best Prosperity dinarily been transplanted at least onco largely depends on keeping down the beforo it is offered for sale and whon running expenses of a farm Tho this is the case it has no tap root whilo farmer who lias little to buy docs not it is well supplied with small lateral have occasion to sell much in order to roots Forest seedlings are likely to supply himself with tho comforts of havo long tap roots which can not be life Farmors who live in a portion dug up whilo their laterals can not of tho country that is sparsely settled bo obtained entire as they spread generally buy and sell to a great dis Â¬ among the roots of larger trees For-Â¬ advantage Nearly all tho products est seedlings aro not as likely to of their places except live stock com- Â¬ thrive after their removal as nursery mand low prices and for some of them grown seedlings are for the reason thoro is no market The have gen- Â¬ that they experience a much greater erally poor facilities for keeping milk change Farmers would do well to and making butter and as a conse- Â¬ select and prepare tho ground for quence the latter is poor and sells for planting trees in tho summer and to less than half tho price of that made set out their trees late in tho fall By in creameries or in large and well delaying the work till spring ordinary managed private dairic Tlioy get farming operations will be likely to but little for poultry and eggs on ac Â¬ interfere with it By placing mulch on count of the expense ot sending them the ground tho roots will be protected to a city market Generally they have from the frost Chicago Tiines m no way of disposing of potatoes gar Â¬ FARM LIVE STOCK den vegetables and small fruits if they raise more than they need for their Wliy Every Agriculturist Should Aim to Itnlao IIIh Own Animal own use They must depend on the Whilo specialists may make money sale of corn small grain wool and meat for raising money with which to pur- Â¬ by handling only one class of live- Â¬ stock farmers generally will find it to chase supplies A high price is charged for almost their best interest to keep a diversity every thing a farmer living remote of stock It is cheaper and altogether from large towns has to buy and the better to breed them than to depend Ca Matarlallr ItodwifSS1 W ifihtf Mohnd has been t HOtoE FARM AND GARDEN TIm SUtimrleiif trf Mrs Mr tbear Correct plant shapes by pruning The carbon of plants cornea from tho air Plants do better whon not watered often but copiously Many good farmers use little manure at a timo but apply it often A good garden ma not appear to bring in much money on tho farm but it saves a great deal To clean nicklo on stoves uso soda wet in ammonia Apply with an old toothbrush and rub with a woolen cloth Stains from tea or coffee will como out at once if they be taken immediate Â¬ ly and held over n pail while boiling water is turned over them High farming is like the keeping of superior animals To get tho bes returns not only tho animals but the soil must bo fod Farm Field and Stoctttnan It is folly to rcquiro the hired man and tho boys to put the tools in their Pleasant Purgative Pol lots tho original Littlo Livor Pills They ourod Mrs Peters and now sho wouldnt ho without them TsLKr HoxR girls aro notsalatByot thcro is always a halo around their heads Texas wai fMng Is dta WHIt ftewitef m4 Halt With rewwliea net arm with rene4tH Art Many mMlefaea lured her Butnona of tnem cured her Taelr naraaa and their number nobody coslct tall Anil aha aeon albt hare died But jibo IelleU were tried That noted like tannic and then be got well Tho magic Pollots word Dr Pierces Peters MraFettran4llkv Mrs fcflla Itro k4 waa iara Ftrs TTTT ajMBaV P 1 i 5J jj - 4 A3K TOK UK PIXRCra TXZZXTg I2AX01fM AJSWAT9 OM ziTTLS axrajjt coATXD mlzs - XWAMMe XalRir etttto without dtoturbftiica to the ystera diet or occupation Put up in Rla vkOe hermeti- Â¬ cally nailed Always freh and reliable A a these littlo Tcltota satisfaction Htlrelir vgttrt i 1 JJwy w or pHrRtly laxatlveHltoratlvetthe most perfect give liiftingt suffer dizziness indigestion inflammation of tho eyes headache IoshIUuIo inability to perform monlai work and indisposition far bodily lubor und annoy and disgust your friends and acquaintances with your nasal twang and oftuasivo breath and con- Â¬ stant efforts to clean your nose and throat when Dr Sagos Catarrh Remedy will promptly rollovo you of discomfort and Buffering and your f Honda of tho disgust- Â¬ ing and nccdloBs inflictious of your loathe- some disoaso Wx hear of a dress subdued in tone They should soil by tho score m Dont Hawk Spit Conch m SICK HEaOIOHE yat Vi ntllonR Hoftclaoho CoiiBtlpa Dlzzlnoaa tlou liidtKeatlou HIllous AltacUR and all derangomenta of tlio stom- Â¬ ach ami bowclaaro prompt- Â¬ ly rollavod nnd permanently cured by tho uso ot JOr In oxplanaUon of tho rcuictiiui power 01 uieau Pcllota over bo jrreat a variety of diseases it may truthfully be said that their actllon upon tho systom Is universal not n gland or tissuo Bold by escaping their sanatlvo inllucnco drufririsw25 cents a vial Manufactured at tho Djhpensany Chemical Laboratory of WouldS MEDICAL ASSOCIATION lMorco0 PleaMUit luratlvo PolIeU lluffalo N Y places unless you have provided a place and a suitable and convenient one at that Experience has shown mo oxactly what varieties of vegetables suit this soil and climate I never try to grow fancy varieties just for the novelty of the thing American Garden All the best butter comes from what are styled fancy farms which indicates that tho so called fancy farmers are those who adopt tho most improved methods and use only the choicest stock Clcvland Leader Ico Cream Take six cream cheeses nud the cream that comes with them two cans condensed milk four cups powdered sugar fifteen eggs whites and yelks beaten separately add ono mart cold water beat all together Flavor with vanilla and add the whites last Freeze Exchange It is wonderful to those who havo not had experience in high gardening what a profusion of plant growth can be obtained from a small patch of ground A small garden cultivated by the hand of experience and with plenty of good manure and other fer- Â¬ tilizers at hand will yield two three or even four crops of some kinds of But the lazy vegetables in a season garden doesnt yield that way mans V J Ex- Â¬ 30 33 See Proverbs 21 aminer A Connecticut man says bushes may bo protected from the ravages of insects by a very cheap and simple device A few torches placed in the vicinity of the trees vines or shrubs lighted at twilight and left to burn an hour or two will destroy thousands of millers moths and rosebugs that would otherwise light and do mischief Ho says he has practiced it for years and his trees and shrubbery have not suf- Â¬ fered whilo the pests have caused his neighbors annoyance and loss It will a m w siOt J UII91 x ij J i liiu III klj 11 OIIIIJ1U torch fed by kerosene so as to make a light and an open flame is all that is required Indianapolis Journal - Statement by a Carpontor For years I havo had a chut troublo amounting to nothingshort of consumption I saw how others in Tiko condition had bocn cured by tho uso of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery and rosolved to test its Is offered br tho manufacture i morits in my own cats The results aro bo r v era or urBBKOsa enso of for SAJ Homed plane as hardly to rcquiro a bihtack or any Chronic Nasal Catarrh which uicnt in favor this atirrawl claims I of builds7 rate romedy It tlioy cannot euro docs It up tho Bystcni it supmrts and strengthens whore others SvOTPTOITIS My recovery which is heavy headache obstruction of tho nasal fail lie adz from now on a auro foundation hlwei entirely on puRsrijrcs dlsobanrcfj fallliiff profuse tho head wntry Into tlio throat sometimes tho cowmm of this wonderful Restorative mucous and acrid at othcra thick tenacious eyes aro having tried othor remedies without a bit purulent bloody and putrid the of rolief weak watery and inllomcd thoro Is rhiKlnfr hncklnir or coughing to cars deafnessvnnKtnrnt nn nr nfrriiRlVQ Fooo for rofloctlon tho good dinner thai In tho 11 li you missed Whitehall Titnts matter together vrith scaba from ulcers the uao voice is onangoti mm smell tasto aro im- Â¬ broith TiinitE is n Means of Eradicating local dis paired is otlcnslvo Bcnsatlnnand dlinrra with of thoro la a ease of the skin viz Glenns Hulphur Soap incnta depression n hacking cough and gen- Â¬ Hills Hulr und Wlilslcor Dye COc eral debility Only a fow of tho above nnmed symptoms aro likely to bo present In any ono cases annually without To fixd out how old a lady Is nsk some atso Thousands of tho abovo symptoms re- Â¬ manifesting half of othor lady Danville Breeit end fn tho grave sult In consumption and morp deceptlyo and No dlscaso is so common ii monthH treatment for KOc Pisos dangerous or less understood by physicians Romody for Catarrh Ily Ita iniltl soothing nnd healing properties Bold by druggists DrSagos Catarrh Uomedy oilrnj tho worst m licad cold At what ago do mon usually wish to re Coryzn CntnrrU and Cntarrlml llondaclio every wheroj 60 cents ugo tiro fiom lifel Uenuit Hold by drugglsta Untold Affony from Catarrh mesmerists Trof AV IlA8Nrn tho famousten years ago Homo of Wuiea N 1 writes chronlo nasal I Buffered untold agony from catarrh My wluWphysician gayo mo up s must die My cusu wns Describes tho condition nf many pcoplo ilubllltutcd liiciirablo and towards sun such a bad one that every day houreo I could by tho warm wcathor by dlncmo or overwork Hoods Harsaparllla Is Just tlio incdlrino noodcri to sot my voice would n become so In the niorning barely speak abovo whisper my build up nnd Mrcngthon tho body purify mid quick throat would my coughing and clearing of on tho iluRgisb blood nnd ruxtoro tlio loit npputltu Dr fingo a Ily If you need n ood mudlclnu bo sure to try llooda almost Htranglo me threetho uso of was n wcU months I Cnurrh ltomcdy In Sursapurllla man and tho euro has been permanent feeling nil run down During tho summer I A Rqunro Icts ssooai jir ur ua-i-ah-uu- is JfX tU Ze Â¬ 4i ir Weak and Weary mi rumcUilng it f to tono up luy and llilnltlni I need oil system I took IIoodM SnrMipnrllla nnd felt much hotter I had alno been troubled with dyspcpaln nnd Hoods Surmparllla helped mo moro tliun nny tUlnolo JamubR Daiiuow 1ort Wuyno lnd J Bold by nil druRclstii II Mr for M Prepared by CO Apothecaries Lowell Man C I HOOD Hoods Sarsaparilla 100 Dogos Ono Dollar ii INFLAMMATION IN COLTS not an uncommon occurrence for a foal to have soft swellings around the knee and hock joints when lirst dropped but they usually diappear after a short time and their limbs be- come as smooth as those that never suffered from such puffs Sometimes a foal is subject to rheumatic inflamma- Â¬ tion of the synovial membranes apparÂ¬ ently caused by exposure to cold lit such cases the capsular ligaments are distended with thin yellow synovia The causing considerable stillness cellular tissue around the joints also become swollen nnd the legs stock or Jill all the way down to tho coronets Such a condition is termed joint evil among breeders According to Stone henge howover these enlargements aro not of a dangerous nature yet the indicate some constitutional weak- Â¬ ness and aro often found in the prod Â¬ uce of old marcs which have been overworked or overdriven when young Tho treatment recommended is to give the dam a tabluspoonful twice a day of equal parts pulverized copperas and gentian root This mixture should be constantly kept on hand in a closely covered tin box as it is ono of tho simplest cheapest and best of tonics The swollen joints of tho foal should bo bathed morning and night with a mixt Â¬ ure of soap liniment and spirits of tur-Â¬ pentine in the proportion of two parts liniment to ono part turpentine Tho soap liniment can be made as follows Tako three ounces of castile soap and with a sharp knife reduce to fine shav Â¬ ings Add to this ono ounce of liuoly pulveried camphor and place the two in one pint of spirits of wine Set by the lire and let it remain until the soap is dissolved Keep in a wide mouth A glaxs fruit or ploklc jnr glurfs jivr answers the purpose nicely If the foal in very weak anslst it to iu feet fre Â¬ quently ami support it while suckling 60 long as it retiilmi itn strength and takerf notn1iiuuhl horn U hope of h bequiiiiiig u record briuikur -- V V How to Trout tills Common unit Some- Â¬ time Sorloiii Ailment with most wondertul suet ess HHCVCKOta bio remedies entirely harmless ltumovo nil symptoms of Dropsy In 8 to SU days Cure patients pronounced hopeless by tho best physicians Kromtlrstdo-i-nymptom- a iuh HMBB railMUy llirHn ni mm 111 mil nivj r twu mlrds of nil symptomsari removed floinn may cry liumbUK without knowing any thins about It Ho member it costs you nothhiv to reallau tho niorlt or ourtrcntmentforyourself Wo nrc constantly curing eases of Ioiik standing caos that have been tapped n numborof times and the pntlonttleclarcd unable to llvon week Otvofull hltoryofrasenamenKo ser how Ion affllctedetc Send for free pamphlet con tulnlntf testimonials Ten days tn aiiiieiitfiirnlshoa free by mall If yon order trl il you must return this advertisement to us with 10 cents In Hutu 11s to pay postawo Upllepsy Kits positively cured H H CREEN it SONS M Do Atlanta Qa Cr TREATED FREE Have treated Vrfj und Its compllcatlona ROPSY u J I was Ft iAmln Mo writes years a Krcat wiffcrcp At tlmeo 1 could catarrh for threo from hardly breathe and was constantly hawking mid spitting an 1 for tho lust eight inontto could not brcatho through the nostrils ckI thought nothing could bo dono e Catarrh ily Jfwaa advised to tjy Dr itemedy and I am now a well man I belioj a for It to bo tho only suro remedy only to g now It a mnnufnrturod and ono has fair trial to experience astounding results and TnrwAB Constantly Ilnwltliiff mid Spitting ltcsniNa Esq Street po permanent cure Three Boftlcn Curo Catarrli W My daughter npu1cnni Pn says aw sho was llvo years old very badly Â¬ Sagos Catarrh Kcmody ndvcrtlaed and pro-It and noon saw that cured a bottlo for her helped her a third bottlo effected a old and nctit curo Bho Is now eighteen years sound and hearty i v 3 fi 8 y Wm m4 It is XX3B pAAYS tlw FREIGHT Iron Lcteri JONES BOtloa this M M rAYNTfeHEAlTnAYN owlApANACErX 1 r I I SWAVNES - lUNOTROUBLESV COHOUERED L m Kin ltsrln Brua Tirtlittaaad llrtm Iloi ftr Tan AVuon Hcnlca Teryniefctl VERMIFUGc- ecise 1 4 ctA ni tildrtu BltNtaiAAlTON N V JONES OF BlllOHAMTOM pr For tnt r rlet lltt loORESTORER London hair CNOLI8H SWATHE COCKLES ANTI BILIOUS THE GREAT ENGLISH M I w m CURE FOR f I For Ilrer Illlo Indention etc Frwifrom Jlercuryi contains only luro VucnUiilo Ingredients Agent C1IAS N GKITTKNTOft KKW YOUIC PILLS REMEDY THE GREAT ITCHING PILES worsol I f nllownd to con tlnuo tumors form liich often bleod nnd tilcirato boeninlngvery aore 1 N Till K T BWAY N li w btops ncning at uiocuing noau c suu iu iuiujr nil aw uicciuuun ILflrvS cases rcrnovea tha TwUfllu KJZfcmmwznmvi Krssnnnblr prlrrs Ky trrm Oiiarsntrttl satis faclory IW bought by No Knglsnil Contervatory of nusic uaiAiOEriirsuiiu iiiiimnnub imurmiiiiuii Itim ionit 1lnao Co ittl TiernontiJtreot Boston CURES WHERE Alt llbi i AILS Dest Coujrh Syrup Tastes cood Uso 111 nmc noiu uy uruirmsis PIANOS IVERS l POND tri si rio 0NLYEDffR THEOLDSTMEDICNESIHHS50lDaVDRUGeJ5Ta n P KI UK CyCinHC Officers pay bounty pro telleveUti tltwIUnO cureilt tleirera Tfn wrltu voitra tirnctlco Nnrmia fir tin VI for clrculnrs nnd now laws A W MrCoit WICK it BOV Cincinnati Ol Wuahlnstoii U C Building or for any kind Writs for testimonials from your Rtsta Address tOUTKU IKON itunriNU CO CUeUupli Olilo Wljn Hangs anil Waves sent C 0 P any wheic Whnliiale and retail prico llitrr HUKtrrlilColVI Wabaitt avClilcago ROOFING IRON rfCftr rem War Union Vel WIND WATrItord MCJIITNING IKOOf EDUCATIONAL HI I AMI COMXRUCIAIiCOTJEaK Dayton Oblo aij Tiiorouun aim inexpeniivo no vacnuon TELtCIf AIH Y m hare ami car pay furnished HAIR Tr 1 i eoo Sltuntluua T7rUcVALSTXHSlSBCSJa8SViic VTs K jro AN fttato IC and ULRdlUnO cram MIIO II HTKVKNH A CO- I Wailiiiitfton Cleveland Detroit and Chicago WIIEf WK1TINO T paptr thai 1110 VlKfK aw U A4vrtUaaat U tlola ADVKKTINKKS For a woman to say she does not use Procter Gambles Lenox Soap is to admit she is behind the times Nobody uses ordinary soap now thev can crct Lenox M V H P Jkrubl J v M j win - f few vp 7TS r i a r1 i - - w - Brt- - HMIf iiiWX HIH I- - SS pu iLjfrtfb Ifc T Jli T i in rr rsKTrrr Hazel Qkeen Herald WORSHIPPING A MULE LETCH EM COUNTY I STATEMENT BRINKLEY IiKALniLS iYpkiscEn cooper The Strange God Ih Whlek Twe Maiden turned from Virginia tells a singular story of false worship Some men wor ship money others worship women and yet Cthcrs worship wine notwithstand Â¬ Thou nhalt have no ing tho injunction other God but mo proclaimed by an AI1 wlscCreator All forma of idolatry are forbidden in the decalogue and doubt- Â¬ less tnany men Indulge in idolatry without thinking of the enormity of the sin but this story caps the climax On the road leading from Knoxville Tenn to Virginia and ten miles from Knoxville lives a family of four persons two ohl maids and their two bachelor brothers The place is elegantly situated near the road and in the yard is a spriug of pure clear water But few however have oyer quenched their thirst with tho limpid liquid for twenty two vears ago this oncer ounrtcttc conceived the notion that God in all his grandeur and glory Â¬ Â¬ ulcrptfeh PMld IriSI V Anil MhL Be AttrnHcc HIWMMMUHMta BMcVelr8rthera Bw Tho bridal jnirty wliick had just itMciTwe re-Â¬ TAtlE ftnfrfty ind Stfft Atlantic milway TtME s v s Ml 4 - ft 1 r r it T Bliafc- tStamUird inta 22mimttcs Mower thuu Mt Sterling lime xfo 1 leaves Mt Stealing nt 7 A Mi arrives nt Kothwoll Ht H40 n M No 2 leaves liotlrwtH ttOA arrives at Mt tftcrling dt 1050 A 31 T o3 leaves ML Sterling nt 140 M Mf arrives at llotliwoll nt V2Q V No 4 lclcvcH Itothwoll at 34i i v arrive at Mt Sterling at 530 i M No 2 connects at Mt Sterling with 1105 A M unil1C7 rVM trains on OtfeO railway for Lexington Cincinnati imil Louisville So 8 connects lit ML Sterling with 1105 a jr train ou C 0 front the 1jrst and 131 1 jr train from Louisvillo and Cincinnati Montgomery county court ilny special leaves Iothwcll on tho Hnl Monday in eaeli inonth at 7S0 A M arriving at Mt Sterling it i a M Heturnmg leaves Mt Sterling at 3 r jr nrrivingut 1othwull at 410 i M Veuves Rotkwcll for Alt Sterling at 5 i i r Â¬ -- GEO JLOCAL NEWS 11 IIAltlKlLSupt 8 t 1 CORRESPONDENCE v v Tho cnnilidntes for State Senator from this district Hon It M Pienitt and Ed Brown met in joint discussion at Jack- sou Inat Monduy When nnturo fulters and requires help recruit lier enfeebled energies with Dr J H McLeans Strengthening Cordial and Mood Purifier 100 per boUlu Sold by G B Sromgo JTarel Green V r i re Dr lSlmcr Northcutt of MxsncYec county succeeds to Dr Tnulbeos olliee over Uaskcys store and liopcs to kuc ceed to his practico also Sec his card in this issue lie is said to be a very well read physician Sick headache wind on the ptoinnch billiouriiipss nnubca are promptly mid agrecubly banished by Dr J H AlcLeauV little Liver and Kidney Pillets 2rc a villi Sold by G J J Swango Hazel Green Col I floury and Judge John E Cooper came over to the speaking here Saturday nLht John T Hazclrigg Capt Tom j Tlie two former returned to West Liberty on Sunday but Judge Cooper went on to Campton with Hon Mat Adams lirt t - i Foil ItKNT TJic hffnso and garden recently vacated bv Dr Taulbee is for rent to ft tenant who can pay monthly in advance and give approved security Jfor good tare of premises Apply to HrnvDOx Cooriu Ileal Estate Agents Thousands of jcoplo puller with back nchc not knowing that in most easesit is a symptom of diseased Kidneys and liv vr wliich plasters and lotions cannot heal Tlie best and safest remedy is Dr J H McLeuiis Liver and Kidney Halm 100 por bottle Sold by G II Swango Ha cl Green I J S Spaulding of New York ami civil engineer Col John Morgan of Ponn Imvo been enlivening Carli le by their enthusiastic railroad talk for the Carlisle is bound to be jKist few days on tho lino of 4ho new route and expects o boom a little herself Carlisle item in Paris News In advance of tho sickly seaton render MeLeKifs Strengthening Cordial Wood Purifier 100 per bottle vby Li B Swango iiiizel Green was possessed oy mem Accordingly the erected a commodious log stable placed therein u monster trough and taking an old mule from the farm put him in and nailed up the entrance Since that time these four fools have every morning visited his muleship and knelt before Iiim in prayerful supplication Curios people who have watched the proceedings say the mule climbs into the large trough and remains there so long as they retain a position of prayer Every effort to pry into their social secrets has been bitterly repulsed by these recluses and but little of their in door lite is known There wore origi Â¬ nally three brothers but a few years ago one of them was killed A young man under pretext of wanting water ven- Â¬ tured on the premises and was greeted by being shot at Ho returned the fire and sent one of the brothers into the boundless beyond to appear before the true and living God In that bourne he has doubtless discovered Gods boundless love and realized the mistake of wor- Â¬ shipping a mule God only knows But bo that as it may his slayer lied home and friends and is nowanexile bearing the burden of Cain when he went out a fugitive upon the face of the earth In consequence of this no trial was ever had and matters are still shrouded in mystery Shrewd spies however have secretly made observations and it is posi tively asserted that the four mentioned every morning seek absolution from his muleship It is also stated that the mule which was known to be fifteen years old when he wits penned up has grown gray as a sin saver J lis hoofs have elongated to an extent estimated at two or three feet in length and turn up like sled runners The hair of his mane and tail U heavy reaching the ground while his eyes are seen through tufts of an enor Â¬ mous fore top His woihippers provide him with provender at regular intervals and from appearances ho is physically No one seems to haV inter preserved course with tho family of fools and there is nothing known of their finance From whence come thcirsupplics and by whom sent are equally shrouded in mystery A strange story indeed but the young man who told it is truthful and his report is vouched for by two others of veracity They tell the talc as told to them and say many reputable men of that section will reiterate the truth of it Â¬ quite WurriisuCRO Juno 80 It pleasant to imagine our own era as the grandest that over wk known Stop Look at tho statu of affairs in the moun- Â¬ tains Scarcely a month aco we flatter ed ourselves that every veatigo of tho local strife that two years ago threaten ed to destroy the pence and happiness of our citizens was obliterated A few days ago the report of a Winchester rifio rang out upon the pure free air of old Letcher and Henry Vanovcr charged with the killing of James Roberts who was acquitted nt tho special term of cir cuit court held by Judge Jackson fell mortally wounded He survived about two hours The shots were fired from the brush and were the result of the old existing feud More bloodshed is expected We all have a perfect horror at the very thought of it but if these notorious cliarasters should speedily ex- Â¬ terminate each other it would save the c expense of juries It seems thatLetcher Perry and Knott are competing with Jtowan for notoriety Our citizens as a rule are law abiding Lawlessness does exist yet our county is Tis true that the terribly maligned records of our recent term of court were stolen Many valuable suits nearly all the indictments and an order book were stolen by a pack of villains who thus ex Â¬ pected to evade justice Fortunately only a small portion of the proceedings of the recent term were in the order book and nothing more Our citizens are indignant You can easily read ou their manly brows a determination to have all parties brought to justice Thev will stand bv Judge Lilly m his gigantic efforts to have the law en Â¬ Â¬ Exchanet At the Bank of Kentucky IH GRUBBSJ MT 8TEUMKG KY Clone of nlneB Jano 30 1887 23148T STOYESJIN PLATE SHEET IRON TinneiV Stock Mantels And ManufacturcM of Overdrafts Ileal estate furnitiireaud fixture Protest account Due from other banks Cash on hniid Totnl KEttOUKCKS Loans and Discounts 0j H106 27 GHM U 8 2fl 37390 64 Eti4 - lMlt 22 50 30358 lH0rtl 82 Plain Stamped and Japanned Tinware Duo dujioMiturs Undivided profits Duo Fidelity National Bank IIA1IIMTIKH Capital stock paid in 100000 00 IS 15414 28 02 All LOUISVILLE KY nlMui and 201 to 200 7th 5i- 1 Due other banks Rediscounts Total 7t7rt 40 glOViS faultier 5 J770 G EORGE K TUUK Louisville Ky with LKSLIi THOMSON W GREEN HUFFAKER Wholesale Dealers in CO KLbSKM TA 11011 WW ItlNOO BOOTS AND SHOES tili WMuin St LOUISVILLK KY Invites you to call and see him when you visit tne oil v Tabor Bingos BKTWKKX DAILY Hack Line Rothwell Station and Hazel Green JFayConneets with trains on Ky fc S A railroad morning and evenini Leave Hand Green a in ar ltolh well 2 p in Iv Holliwell at i am ar Ifnfl Cireen i p m Comfortable hacks M H J CLARKE WITH H Fcre 5f Every Attention to Ladies A Children forced We have some encouraging prospects yet There is a prosperous Sunday school here We have some good church es in tho county We have several total abstinence societies in the county Though there is whisky blood on the pavements of our streets and on the green grass of our beautiful fields crying to God for vengeance yet the infamous traffic is on the decline A grand improvement is being made in our public schools In 1SS4 ur teach ers were incompetent negligent and without energy Many of them were immoral But now we have a corp of well trained teachers industrious enÂ¬ Â¬ and careful drivers Â¬ IT Chiles SV Livery STEAL SIS 037 MMi West Main Street iCli 4 1 LOUISVILLE lint buy Kellys STKKL axe It the most perfect a e made Also buy STKKL horie shoes Thev will outwear iron And use STKKL nails Thev eost the same as iron Por sale in Hand Green by H Wa Harbison 7i7 7011 A won i WITH WT MT STICKLING SWANGO CASKKY Thompson F MrGPlHi KY HARNESS AND COLLARS 711 SADDLERY LOUISVILLK KV 11 Cathrfght Co MAIN JsUvEEr Â¬ and who can tell how much good they may accomplish The common -- chools our national defense mightier than ar mies and navies The measles are raging furiously in the vicinity of White dnirg Wm II Blair our county superinten dent of schools is having a handsome residence erected on Main street J II Frazier W H Nickels H T Banks and others have the mineral fever very bad S C Tyrce is superintendent of the surveying coro of William J Ilor ely Profs Wolfe and Taylor are operating on the Bottom Fork Prof Adams and S C and S r Fairehild on the North thusiastic energetic prudent teachers Agents for Fastern Kentucky McWilliams NPAV Co J OK IIiuliiirterWholesale TURN EH - Mt Sterling Ky ItKIliK TVriNC Sale and Feed Stable MT STKRLIXd Â¬ Green HulTakr IUjiIcr- - Co in KY BOOTS AND SHOES dealers for the tinders call on Droyers and Traders Headquarters The attention of horse and mule is especially invited to our facilities lianilliinx of stock and we invite all of Wolfe and adjoining counties to us when in the ity li Main St LOUISVILLK KY Will lie at Mt Sterlini ex cry County Point COOPER HERNDON UKNERAI Â¬ not a traditionary talc neither is it a machination of Mulhattous but it belongs to the present investigate it and it will be authenticated is It ihoro or sudden oluingo of tenipcriture 1s fraught with danger use Dr J 11 viiiivii iiiiiiii iiiiMii j ii uiiiuiiJiw iiiiin Wi K 1 - and Sold AB - H fi Judge A E Colo was hereon Monday und ho avowti his attention of holding Court at Morehead in August lie will mo nis uiuy rcganuess oi mo conse quenccs without fear favor or ufleutinu in sjdtc of the effort mado by intereiled parties to raiso a false prejudice against Iiim confident that time will fully prove tho wisdom of his course Fleming burg Times Democrat r K t i n Exposure to rough weather getting wet living in dump localities are favorÂ¬ able to the contraction of dUeiwes of the Kidneys and bladder Asa preventive uud for the euro of all Kidney and liver The law passed at the last session of trouble use that valuable remedy Dr T H McLeans Liver and Kidncv liuliu the Kentucky Legislature in regard to 100 per bottle- - Sold by G B Swango the collection of tho State taxes is very rigid in its provisions Taxes arc due Hazel Green from and after the first day of February Attention i directed to the statment and upon the failure bv tho persons of the condition of the Exchange Bank hound therefore to pay the sumo the of Kentucky of which Mr J J Trim Sheriff may at any timo distrain tlie bio la the president and also to the hand foods and chatties owned by tho person Home notice of thu Institution which wo from whom tax i due The Sheriff be take from the columns of the Sentinel fore he makes a levy for taxes shall de Democrat The bank is in a healthy condi mand the same from tho person from tion and if there is a man in this coun whom tho tux is due if residents of the try who has tnone worth banking he county and tender u receipt therefor if might try this as a reuositorv It is It be required But ho may distrain with- Â¬ vcrumlY- safe out the demand after the first dav of July If there bo no personal nroncrtv Bruce Champ editor of the Bourbon that tho Sheriff can distrain and the New vgitathewntiuientuf nil ohl sol same shall not be naid before the first dav Uiors in w IfollowiHg littlo puragraph of June the Sheriff shall sell for cash Tho Philadelphia brigade which ro any real estate belonging to the delin Â¬ reived Xhohockntiuk of PickxJtis mag quent taxpayer All persons failing niflcont division atGettytburjrJulv 4th to pay their taxes by the fiwt day of 18Bl nut in social re union Satiirilav September will have to pay six per cent tknduy jiiid yetvrda reniMrtiit oTlhat additional on tho amount due No op oldUonMifnitvillTlMiimon IhD fteUys lion With either Sherlfl or taxpayer ourbHUJeVield mid it happv oh imc wjw IihiK Tliw wort Hbout 000 f th Notwithstanding that each of the ho nillHilelphla bri Kile ml tini 2H of tel hut week fed ooiio enough Jo cat PUlNtfr mit U tH niMlont mid ulwu Mieni out of limit anu homo wll von lfVU MvtNtur OirtHlnly the wurln m the abortion thai either of them cARtlHuo u le how Imvo hh much mh thvro U at our wmi to tliv old wiklkrW koutoV fff k wm Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tho beginning of disease is a slight debility or disorder of some of the vital organs tho stomach the liver or tho bowels usually There are dyspeptic svmtoms the liver is troublesome the sic in grows tawney and unhealthy look Â¬ ing there are pains in the right side or through the right shoulder blade The climax is often an utter prostration of the physical energies perhaps a fatal is But if the difiicultv is met in time Mio with Initettcrs Stomach Bitters which is always ellectivc as a remedy and it should bo resorted to at an early stage there will be no reason to apprehend those injurious subsequent effects upon the system often entailed by entirely cured diseases Far better isit also to employ this safe remedial agent in fever am ague and other malarial complaints than quinine and other potent drugs which even when they do prove eileet ual for a time ruin tlie stomach and im- Â¬ pair the general health 1 Tho Boglnnlngof tho End Fork and Boons Fork Killing tho Kentucky Union People will talk you know And they do say that the move to build a railroail from Winchester to tlie Virginia line is an effort to kill off the Kentucky Union and in this pome think they candiscover the fine Italian hand of Mr C P Huntington These tilings should not be stated unless there is a solid foundation for it because it puts a cloud on such public enterprises There is great need of railroads in Eastern Kentucky and we protest aganst engendering jealousies and rivalries that will embarrass or hinder the development of the railroad livery dollar put deert of America down in Kentucky helps the whole State hence we should foster all enterprise that brings money here There is always somebody to speak slightingly of such efforts and whether they doit ignorantly or maliciously they should ie promtly rebuked Let the good work of railroail building in Eastern Kentucky go ou Sentinel Democrat Â¬ Â¬ Real Estate Agents HAZEL GREEN KV A -- J T GEVEBU THE JEWELER iikst noons roi ikast monky In this insiio appear tho ii nal semi Â¬ annual statement of the Exchange Bank of this city and when Mr J f Trim ble the energetic President handed in the copy he called our attention to the One Year 75c growth of buMiies in the past six months The note and bill account increased 6 Months UU00 and the deposits have grown 41000 greater than tho 1st of January and this business is not spasmodic neither can it be said that money is more plentiful but it simply means that the Ex Â¬ change is popular Under the safe and conservative management of Mr Trim- Â¬ ble as President and Leslie Thomson easlier and their assistants tho bank has S HAYS Editor grown steadily in public favor The WILL usual semi annual dividend of four per cent was paid the stockholders on July Contains tho newa of tho world 1st and several hundred dollars addeii up to dato of publication Read Â¬ to undivided profits notwithstanding ing Mattor interesting and in- Â¬ tho increased rate of taxation now paid structive to overy home contri- Â¬ by banks Sentinel Democrat Â¬ Tho Exchange Bank Have the following proju rty wliich thiy wish to ell at once ami jartie ilc irin to I am how located near lONNY KY and hm gdins will fniJ it to their iutcrot am prepared to rapnir WATCHKS IKWKL sccine to the jirojicrty Wo rill trade some SHWING MACHINKS CLOCKS Ac of iniiut gras lanl 1Y it to blue Viitc u Charges reasouahle and work warranted I 7 acics of lanl on Laurel Creek No handle the Iost 1olled Plate dew elry such Wolfe county l mile from Hacl ircen D ax Hracelets Lace Pius Scurf lins fcc Uooil tlwelliiiL house and out huihliiigji ncll enn save you watered good timber fine ajiolc oVchanJ you want a solid cold rinc In fact it you want a silver or cold eoal veins money witeli or clock or iiuythiuc in inv line you surely will save money by purchnsiuc of me No 2 About 15l acres of shall keep on hand line Hililcs photo Loin Itraueh of Ora vy Creek land on Upper Morgan coun Â¬ I also Ac crnpli Alliums School Hooks ty 2 miles from Kwl 4l acres in cultivation keep for sale Dr T It Smiths Liniments Uood house and out buildings well timberand Kcautifyiiic and llcaliuc Soap dust ed and plentv ood wier Coal veins both try this soap if you want your skin to look bituuiiiioii and eauue itnd sujiposed to pretty 1 hImi keep the best sowing uiaehiiie contain leud and copjur eiitH oil and needles I will attend the Mael Green Stock Sales and the West Liberty iT Acllinj No One two built in Courts n lSs containiii ix friTAny one trndmc with me to amount ins u well of ncver iailini good out huilil of fit at one time will receive TllK IlKItMI ground- - well Ket with rarewater beautiful mid vnliuiblo one vear as a present shrubbery and iv fine assortment T iKVKDON Jeweler Bonny Kv yrnpe- - A e The best garden in of fruit town on of the most deirable dwelling to be found in Iltiztl reeu Situated on the height leading to the celebrated Swango Springs about miduiiy betueeti tlie center of town ii ml the Spring 1 1 -- I ic m Â¬ -rv ri t THE WEEKLY L01ILH0111IL ilk II ueres of laid on Ltey Cree 2 No A miles outh of Ilityi rceu ou main roid to Campion 1ms jhuut 200 iicies of go tiinbci and u int xliUTi tJitle minntity of the liiiot qualily of sjdint and bituminous ami some line quality of canrel coal 1 Â¬ BEgTpdBEApEgTpip Published acres in cultivation ncM Jy all bottom hind in good neighborhood and convenient to schools and churches No 0 540 ueres of hind the survcv he giiiiiiiu mi the Stiuuiing lloek corner of Lee Iowell and Wolfe counties 10 miles from Campton on tlie head waters of the raining llloek Fork of lied River It ii entirely covered with a virgin forest of pine poplar oak walnut hickory uud chestnut No east of loo acres of lmd J miles south Ilirel urevn fine farming land 50 Â¬ timber Sick headache Js the bane of many Agriculture and Com lives this annoying complaint may be Science cured and prevented by the occasional xnerco and use of Dr J H McLeans Little Liver Reports and Kidney PPlots They are pleasant Reliable Market to take no larger than a pin head and are the ladies favorite for bllliousuess bad taste in the mouth jaundice for SUBSCRIBE SUBSCRIBE leucorrhea and painful menstruation tir cents a vial Nild by XL B Swango Hazel Greou Hake Your Iloiiies nappy Ui butions to Music Song Art No 7 10 acres of land most of which lies iu the corporate limits of IIucI jrcen on the road lending from town to Swango Springs joins No and is known as the Mr Kliu Trimble tract Can be laid oil into the most desirable town lot in Iliixul Green It is newly finced and in cultivation One Iioukc and lot iiw Northwcxt recti near the common school build good new dwelling hotine with four in rooms good outbuilding garden Ac 8 No Ilnrcl i Bag y HKH M JHHH W Bag w i j tfw m lyn Wtohs iVtiik Clocks It Jcwlry and work warranted T r CAItlU iiikt HBHlV HHI i Sample Ooplos and Premium List mailed Area to any address Agents wanted everywhere No i000 acres of land on Kentucky Ulverand Frozen Creek llreathitt county 7 niilch below Ineksonou tho siirveved lines or the Kentucky Union anil Chiilumiti uud Southeastern rullroiuln It l eovurod with u heavy lorest of the Jiuext limber hi tho State jiitdudhii oil walnut poplar ash Are uiiU U underlaid with liiexlimuilblo velux of can nel uud hltuiiiliioUN coitl s ddrM ttirii reiurtHKblu ItojwtlMb louisuille ommercjal Iuisvllle Xy mllti from llae lireeu lui u good Imrii U well IViutiI ubotit M hitoi In Kru4 mt Mpiilo orclmrdonie thnher U wvll U Ooik Jo 10 About 87 ucren of laud ou Lioy watered uud u ifood fuiiHhijf luuUt Mn 1 5 rfev