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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tf f np vmfc w irtwimi ifon j mwiaii in i limine win i iiliiifiii SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor Hazel Green J- 4 HERALD Kentucky i- - Devoted to tho Development of Kastorn - 100 A YEAR Always In Advance VOL III HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY CHAPTER 12 ICY WEDNESDAY JULY 20 1887 of access NO 20 school In some parts of the State this privilege has been exercised but it haa almost always been in Democratic in stead of Ifepublican communities Ao- cording to the latest returns to tho Su Â¬ perintendent bf Public InBtruction tho public fund had been supplemented by eountv taxation to the amount of G00 000 of which 70000 had been voted by t I PROFESSIONAL CAItDS SAAC W MAPEL lATTOUNnY-AT-LA- W W G Experience has pointed out the necessity of amending the Constitution and the expediency of calling a convention JOHN II EVANS for that purpose therefore He it enacted by the General Assembly of HAZEL GREEN KY the Commonwealth of Kentucky 1 That at the next general election for Examiner of Representatives to the General Assembly it for Wolfe shall be the duty of the several sheriffs and Itesnertmully solicitis the patronage of the other officers of election to open u poll for riuhlic una win nticnu promptly to an mis- and make a return to the Secretary of State mess entrusted to his care for the time being of the names of all citi 7cns entitled to vote for Representatives who T SWANGO have voted at the said election for calling a convention for the purpose of HAZEL GREEK KY amending or changing the ConstituWltKltKAS ItEAii Estati Agknt JIAZKL iltEEX KY Will practice in all the Courts of Wolfe Powell Menifee and lircnthitt counticn Titlfs examined abstracts furnished tax-e- paid for uou residonts real estate bought and sold Collections a specialty And Ax Act for taking the sense of the good people of this Commonwealth as to the necessity and expediency of call- Â¬ ing a Convention to a in end tile Consti- Â¬ tution nnd to provide for ascertaining the number of citizens entitled to vote for Representative within the State Depositions county - Â¬ T Physician and Surgeon D P 1 2 That any sheriff or other returning officer failing to perform the duty im ill attend to nil business entrusted to him posed by first section of this act shall be with promptness and dispatch subject to a line of six hundred dollars G00 to be recovered by indictment of EO E WIUTT the grand jury in any courthaving jurisdicOf Elliott County tion thereof and shall upon conviction of sueii failure be removed from office bv WITH the court in which finch conviction is had jj 3 That for the purpose of ascertaining the number of citizens entitled to vote for J10 V MmketSt LoutsvtME Ky Solicits the patronage of Eastern Kentucky Representatives within this State in the year 1HS7 there shall be furuNhed as tor Ilank Hooks Hlunks Ac hereinafter provided to the sheriffs and other officers of the election in August TO O LYKINS 1867 a registration hook in which the officers of the election shall record the County Attorney Real Estate Agent iiniiius of all citizens entitled to vote for Representatives within this flute at the said and Notary Public Practices in all Courts in Wolfe and Ad- - election The officers of the election shall be ex officio officers of registration and joining Counties and Court of Appeals T r Collections a Specialty shall have said registration book open for the record of nid names between the Camiton Womi County Ky hours of oclock a m and 7 oclock p m on the day of the August 1887 election C BAKER at ull the voting places in this Commonwealth And it shall he tJic duty of all citizens of this Commonwealth who are entitled to vote for Representatives on the dayof the next general election in August JACKSON KY 18s7 to go before the sheriffs and other returning officers of said election in the voting precinct in which they are severally en Vlt J A TAULBEE titled to vote and cause themselves to be registered on the poll book as oualified LETTER FROM W S CRAIG ami uamet voters of this Commonwealth ot any and all citizens living in the district Vilifying Puuplu Among Whom lie Visits Jackson Breathitt County known to sunt otticers to he entitled to vote irAZKL GitEEN Ky June 25 1887 for Representatives or made known to them KENTUCKY Beliering that you Editors Courier by evidence on that day shall be registered And in the year 1887 no have ninny renders who would like to as not voting R ELMER NORTHCUTT other officer shall be authorized to make hear a few words from tlio old Dark anv list or return of the qualified voters of and Bloody Ground trouble I this Commonwealth nor shall any return to send you a few notes take the PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON thereof except the registration books and I will confine myself mostly to Wolfe certificates provided for by this act be made HAZEL GREEN KY but Office Mtid ull laws requiring list or returns of such county and not be very elaborate Office over W T Cnskevs store nnlified voters are hereby repealed bo far merely make a few disconnected remarks M bourn 8 to 11 A M and 1 to as the year 1S87 is embraced therein The here I Cropd tire very backward All calls attended to day or night total number of votes so registered shall be dont think the corn has grown tiny the true number of citizens entitled to vote It has been for Representatives within this State for while I have been here HOTELS very dry and the corn has twisted up as the purpose of asccrtianiog whether a majoritv of all the citizens of this State though it vis going to make cigars IERATT HOUSE Plnenix n entitled to vote for Representative vote for The natives plow the steep mountain The New calling a convention for the purpoe of sides so steep that it is very hard to re adopting amending or changing the climb them HAZEL GREEN KY Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Deputy County Court Clerk of Wolfe tion Â¬ Henry Knoefel Co 5 Â¬ Attorney at Law Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 7 It shall he the duty of the Secretary of State after the adjournment of this General Asscmblv to make out the form of u registration book mid certificates to be made and used as herein provided ami to furnish the same to the Public Printer forthwith nnd it shall be the duty of the 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 ued at the vaiious voting places as herein lequircd 8 That any officer failing to do or perform any of the acts or duties enjoined upon him by the third fourth fifth sixth and seventh sections of this act shall bo subject to a line of five hundred dollars 00 to be reeovred by indictment of any grand jury in anv court having jurisdiction thereof and shall upon conviction be removed from office by the court in which said conviction is had That it shall be the duty of the Secretary of State to have this net adver tised in one weekly newspaper in each wherein county of this Commonwealth there is such nnper published for four weeks and in one of tlio dailv papers of the city of Louisville for thirtv days imme diately preceding the election and in evervcountv said Recrotarv shnll cause to be posted at the court house door a copy of tins act primed in liiimi hm form tor at least four consecutive weeks before such election j 10 It shall be the duty of the Public Printer to print ten thousand copies of this net upon a seperato sheet of paper and deliver them to the Secretary of State who shall forward the same to tlie eountv clerks of the various counties in this Slate 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 officers acting iu the place thereof and it shall be the duty of such sheriff or other officer to post one copy of said act at each voting place and another copy at some other suitable public place in said precinct four weeks prior to the election Any officer failing to discharge the duties prescribed in this cctiou of this act shall be fined for each and every failure twenty dollaro to be recovered iu any court having jurisdiction thereof 11 This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage Approved January 18 188G Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I thiuk it would be a great resort There is strong talk of a railroad through here ami should ono be made no doubt manv would come who now are kept away ly bad roads As I do not want to occupy too much space iu the Courier I will cWe feeling thankful if ycju will allow me room in your columns W S Craig in Charleston 111 Courier First THE AIIOVK AXALYKI Â¬ 1 1 J H Pieratt Proprietor Â¬ am now running the little hotel around the corner on Broadwuy and respectfully in ite mv former patrons and traveling peo ple generally to call unci cad mid Hhlceb by mv blaee J II IlEUATT DAY The best the market affords will be found upon the table at all times and the public patronage is respectfully solicited Guests will have ice and other luxuries to be had in first class country hotels In connection is a tine stable for horses and ehed room for vehicles in charge of good hostler Pastur age for horses Mus LOU DAY Proprietress HOUSE HazklGjiekkKy Newly Pitted unci Refurnished OMBS HOUSE CAMPTON S S CO MRS KY is Pkopuictok i 1 respectfully solicited Table the bcit and vcry attention for the comfort of guest DAMS HOUSE G B The patronage- of the traveling public Salykrsville Ky Adams Piioikietor Xi- t -- iM 1 This old and well known Iioupu has been thoroughly refitted and refurnished and now open for the reception of the public Nothing Shall be Lett Undone to Make G II Adams Comfortable j iut fl v s MISCELLANEOUS CLASSInre now prepared to lurnrli all chiiies with employment nt home the whole of the time or for their spare rtiOincnts Iuinefi new light and protita able Persons of either sex easily earn from f0 cents to T per nveuing nnd n proportion ate sum by ckvntiugnll their time to the business Roy and girls eanr nearly as much us men That oil who see this may send their addrcM cud test the business we make this offer To such as are not well satisfied we will nend one dollar to pay for the trou ble of writing Full purtictilnr anil outfit Free Address Growir Stinson A Co JuBly Purtlnnd Maine Â¬ WORKING rs F U Km W W IS Watoht Clocks Jewelry llMpitlrluir n Hpeolalty CharKM reuhlniible tIK 1MUK TO HliY t I JtMjcetMly uil vork wnrrunteil T V CAHH Constitution 2 The said registration hooks shall be appropriately ruled and headed so that they may and It is hereby enacted that the same shall be the poll books for recording the votes for and against the calling of the constitutional convention and for acer tinning the number of citizens entitled to vote for Representative within the State It shall bo the duty of the said officers ot election to propound to every voter the Do you vote for calling a conquestion It such stitutional convention or not voter shall answer in the affirmative his name shall be recorded as voting for said convention if such voter shall answer in the negntive his name shall be recorded as voting agaiti9t said convention and if such voter makes no answer his name shall be recorded or registered as not voting upon said question And it shull be the duty of the officers holding the election at each voting place in the State to certify the total number of voters registered anil the number voting for calling the constitutional convention and to make out u duplicate certificate showing said facts The registration book shall be by them imme diately sent at the expense of the Com monwealth by mail to the Secretary of State at Frankfort Kentucky and the du plicate certificate attached to the poll book for the election of State officers and return therewith iw now directed by law 5 The Secretary of State in office at the convening of the General Assembly next after the election in August 1887 shall immediately upon the organization of the same transmit to each ilouso u statement prepared by him from the said registration and poll hooks showing how many votes were nt the said election cast in favor of said convention and the total number of voters registered whether voting for or against or not at all The report shall be made up by counties He shall retain the registration books for the UHe of examination and inspection of the next General Assembly 0 It shall be the duty of the officer whose duty it is by the law to compare and eertify tlio votes for State officers to make out from the certificates returned with the State election poll books as above pro vided and at the time they certify the votes for State officers n eertitlcato by voting places showing the total number of votf i regutered npd the number voting for calling a constitutional convention and to semi the certificate to the Secretary of State and If the mgUtriition book pro vUled for ubnvo shall us to any voting place bb lost destroyed or not returned then the Secretary of State Jfi maklnij the report to the General Asiembly shall use the information in the certificate us to tiny sunn dixtriut or precinct and he shall moreover uu the certificate to vhow that lie has or ha not the registration book for each voting pluoe in each county earned 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ noor as Jobs turkey They dont seem to pro Â¬ duce anything but crawliahes and they grow to perfection The soil on the mountain sides is of nearly a red color and very poor alao The ravines running down cut the land into small fields If I felt stout I believe I could almost jump across the largest corn field I have seen in Kentucky The corn is all plowed with onu horse The plows may nnd a single shovel possibly be of the same pattern that Adam used About three or four hands follow tho plow with hoes The ground dont seem to have been pulverized any before planting I have seen but two harrows they were very narrow and had teeth almost like railroad rails The live stock is what I call very poor I have not seen any blooded stock ot any kind In some parts of Kentucky there are very fine stock of all kind- but not in this section where lam Some of the stock here have some prominent points very prominent I have hung my hat on some of them 1 was out a few days ago to see n - The valleys are small and Â¬ Â¬ Iti M curtlllciue on two legs It would cut to tho top of a hill and then walk down without cut-Â¬ Common Schools ting It seemed to me as though there Our Republican frionds are very fond work about it There was not a little is some difference between this machine of quoting our school system as evidence of a lack of governmental ability on the and a self binder I have not seen any Illinois since I part of the Democratic party Iu this they show either a woful luck of knowl Â¬ left there My remarks may not sound as sweet edge or are guilty of willful niisrepre as music or quite so pleasant to the ears tation of facts Under Democratic man Â¬ of the natives of Kentucky but Rhould agement the school tax has been raised any of them bco this thoy should not from five cents iu 1855 to twenty two blaino me for my observation hut should ceutH at the present In addition to hear in mind that I am trying to praise this more than three and a half cents Kentucky to tho very hestof my ability out of the five cents devoted to the sink- Â¬ notwithstanding thoseoming color of my ing fund are devoted to tho payment of tho interest on the school bonds due the rctnnrks to tho contrary The state Buffered greatly during the counties this makes twenty six cents war which accounts for a groat part of devoted to school purposes out of the its backwardness in somo localities Bo forty seven and rt half cents levied for No other State in tho Ing on tho border it suffered all tho hor- Â¬ State purposes rors of a guerrilla warfare It hn not yet Union evon approximates this New Jer recovered in sumo parts sey which taxes her people for no other Swango Spring purpose leviesonly twenty one and u half I do nt suppose tnut tho ie tho fabled Fountain of Youth Unit cents and Wiuiionsin tho next highest Ponce do Icon hunted in vain for when only uightoeu cents They point with ho curnu to America hut I do think it is complHcoiicy lo tho schools of othtir It has a very Sutes Ignoring tho fact that they nm a valuable iron tonic high reputation hero almost entirely sustained by local liuu A great many claim to havo boon tion nnd that tho amu provision exists greatly benefitted by U use I know it In our law by which iiwy district may uprhig wa ecsy tax ItkJf for thv benefit of iu own lovdl iim helped me If Â¬ harvesting machine cut wheat It run Ho tries to lead strangers into a false impression by stating that the natives plow the steep hillsides when ho stops and says nothing of the culti- Â¬ vation of tho beautiful undulating and bottom lauds This shows his motives to be misleading and malicious Second ire states that the bottom lands arc as poor as Jobs turkey and dont produce anything but crawfish Tn this state- Â¬ which grow to perfection ment ho wantonly wastes the truth if he ever possessed such a virtue to play profligate with because these same bot toms produce with anv of the best lands of tho West Third If I felt stout I could jump across the largest cornfield I have heeu Here he allows his little in Kentucky narrow mind to contract his eyesight The facts are that many corn fields con tain from twenty to fifty sicres The plows used may bo of Fourth As far the same- pattern Adam used as history informs us Adam never had anv occasion to work iu the Garden of Eden and for aught anybody knows to the contrary was a gentleman of leisure after he was forced to retire for his in Â¬ gratitude to God It is safe to say ho never vilified the people among whom he visited at any rate The plows mostly used here are the most modern made The stock is what I call very Fifth Here he sizes up bv his own half poor uuslicl and all stock men leuow that the instinct of a scrub jackass is to look with disfavor upon a superior animal Tho truth is that much of the stock is high grade while the native bovine produces beef the most delightfully tooth- Â¬ some ever enjoyed by epicure I was out to seo a harvesting Sixth machine nnd he describes an honest farmer cradling grain evidently trying to make believe there are no machiues We havo reapers mowers and here threshers of the latest and most approved patterns Seventh I have not seen anv Illi- Â¬ Not finding nois since I came here every other person a victim to cither we dont know milk sick or chills them he thought he had wandered into heaven and knowing hewnsoutof place he was sheepish and home sick My remarks may not sound Eighth to the natives of Kenas sweet t Now tucky dont let that worry you you sweet scented snob The peo ple will treat you jus charitably as did the fellow the other jackass kicked and consider the source While wo wonder that Craig was not stricken clown like Ananias of old for his reckless regard of truth iu the above passages of his printed production we are also amazed that Satan did not strike him clown for telling the truth iu the tenth clause There he says the water of tSwango Spring is a valuable iron tonic and if a railroad were running to this place many would come to be benefitted by it Having told the truth in the last two counts we wonder that his father of all patron saint the Devil liars did not sit down on him and squelch him for malfeasance in his ma liciousness Wiping our hands of this warmint let us add that the paper containing the above letter was mailed us with request We by Craig maybe that wo reply have hurriedly done soj but if the reply is not satisfactory we will furbish up our Faber and come again In tho meantime this advice to the good people of Illinois and we know they tire many We have a welcome for all but if you can not send ua a better sample than that of the Craig- fctanip why just keep your Sucker State scabs Tit Ta Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Republican counties and tho remainder by Democratic counties Tho truli of the matter is our school law is all right the people of any district have it in their power to raiso more revenue- if they wish to and when tho people of any community desire a good school and exert them- Â¬ selves to that end the object will bo attained and until they do exert themselves any law can do but little iu tho premises Winchester Democrat Â¬ Â¬ From Rradlcys speech at Pincvillc But let us see whether or not tho presWe had ent school system is n disgrace in Kentucky according to tho ccnsim of 1S70 332170 persons over ten years of age who could not write and 249fb4 who could not read In 1880 uotwithstiind ing the liberal system of which my com- petitor is so proud the number ot those who could not rend was 2f8lG6 an in crease of 9612 and tho number of those who could not write was 318892 an in ereaso of 10210 We havo today iu Kentucky more than 98000 illiterate voters Yet in view of this alarming growth of ignorance Gen Buckncr finds time to laud the miscrablo common school system of tho State Tho tax in Kentucky from all sources local and State is 2i9 per capita while iu Ohio it is 958 in Vermont 750 in Iowa 9 Now Hamp Â¬ 8 in Khodo Island shire 759 Illinois 8 Massachusetts SMGS and Colorado 17 Instead of standing aghast at this fearful illiteracy tho gentleman al though intimating that the State of Kentucky has done its full duty and can not be burdened with additional e pensc attempts to bo witty concerning Federal aid which is tho onlv hope of the suffering poor Nero fiddled while Home was burning and Buckncr with smiling face attempts to draw a ludi- Â¬ crous picture while the flumes of ignor Â¬ ance are consuming tho poor If it is constitutional and necessary to erect lighthouses so that amidst tho fear- Â¬ ful roar of the storm the mariner may be enabled to shun the rocks aud bring his ship into harbor how much more necessary is it when surrounded by tho great ocean of ignorance whoso wavei rolling mountain high while over their crests is Hashing tho nngry lightnings of Â¬ l Â¬ that we should erect light education and intelligence to enable the pilot of our grand old ship of State to escape tho rocks and steer her into the harbor of safety and constitu Â¬ tional liberty prejudice liouocs of Alexander Campbolls Creed There scorns to bo an impression in this community that tho doctrines of tho church with which I am connected have been greatly modified since the days of Mr Campbell and that tho modification has been in the direction of orthodoxy I have been a member of the Christian years and an or Â¬ church for thirty-three- dained minister more than twenty fivi years and I sincerely believe there has been as little change in tho teaching and practice of the Christian church as of any other church in UiIb country during tin same period of time The following was published Iry Alexander Campbell as hif personal creed when he was fifty eight Â¬ Â¬ years of age at tho very fcouith of liis famo and power Head it I I believe that all Scripture given by inspiration of God is profitable for teaching for conviction for correction for instruction iu righteousness that the man of God mav be perfect and thor Â¬ oughly accomplished for every good work II I believe in ono God as manifest ed iu tho person of tho Father of tin Son and of the Holy Spirit who are therefore one in nature power and voli- Â¬ tion TTT T Iiollxrr tlmt nn r I I ing participates in all the consequences of the fall of Adam and is born into the world frail and depraved iu all his moral powers and capacities so that- without faith iu Christ it is impossible for Lim while in that state to please Godk IV I believe that tho Word which from tho beginning was with God wJ which was God became flesh and dwelt among us as Emmanuel or God manifest in tho flesh and did make in expiation of sin by tho sacrifice of himself which no being could havo dono that was uot possessed of u super human and dlvino nature V I boliovo in tho justification of a sinner by faith without tho deeds of Wv and of a Chriittiau not by faith alone but by the obedience of faith 4VI I boliovo in the operation of the Holy Spirit through tho Word but not without it in tho conversion ami wwet ilcatiou of the sinner VII I bellovo in t ib right And clul of exercising our own judgement In thn interpretation of tho Holy Scripture VIII I bolinve In the ilivbm ItiHtitu tlon of tho evangelical ministry thw au Â¬ thority nnd pepettilty of the Institution of bsptlmn and tho Wda KHppcr 0 A Bartholomew Ih Dtmvilltt AdvwiH super-angel-ie 4 t i - i t ins J i Avy w V m vn H v A 3 v- - 3 Xn lr fif i if z Mjmtj 1 im tujumKvi nninn mmn iw ii iwi Mgym I 1 K H H TT a rcinr riTJWM l Mi- I 15 It- - fv K P - K Mr Colt telegraph from London that tho Dauntless is not in tho jubilco yucht race CHILDS APPEAL BPENCEIl COOPER Publisher A tiro occur rcd at Washburn Woodford Twas noonrtny in the crowded mart County 111 recently which lelt but three The sun was shining bright business houses ono of which Is tho post KENTUCKY And crowds were hastnliiK to and fro HAZEL GREEN Tho loss Is estimated at 6150000 office When lo a sickening sight robber was acquitted at Troy N Y reA mob fired tho Jewish quarter In tho cently Enough to uiako an angel weep town of Ducaszcrdatcly Austria and CURRENT TOPICS Tho rnco at Point Brcozo Park between caused great suffering and mlsory Ono That such n thing should be been Harry Wilkes and Gossip Jr has That man himself should he the proot hundred families aro reported to be homeSrcnETART Lamau is a Jorsoy cattlo fan postponed until Juno o0 on uccount of tho less Of mans depravity clor weather to tho A beautifully illuminated address Within the gutter lying low Tho Prosldont has appointed James Queen from tho English residents of BosWill Cakleton is on gaged on a volumo A drunken mau was seen Pennsylvania to bo United ton Mass was delivered at Buckingham of poems Shoaklcv of Whose very looks betokened that Tub session of tho Gorman Hoichstag Statos Commissioner for tho District of Palaco recently A Holder man hed been Alaska has closed Gcorgo Cohen a clothing dealer of New A lovely girl some six years old A disastrous freight wreck on tho MisIn tho Grand Canyon of Colorado snow souri Paclilc railroad occurred near So York City has been closed up by the Wtth curly golden hair Tho sheriff Ills creditors allege fraud Is still ton foot dcop Wus kneeling by the wretched mnn dalia Mo recently Eighteen cars wero liabilities are about 25000 New list hor earnest prayer Coffee isnt sottlcd yot Speculators burned Loss 50000 Executions against Henry T Hcrr a aro still stirring it up The Treusury Department hns notified Come father come let us go home of Lancaster County Cotton olooms aro making thoirappcar tho customs ofllccrs at Louisville Ky to prominent farmer 25000 wore issued reHe heeded not her cry Pa aggregating anco in West Tennessee And striving hard to raise him up take effective steps to prevent undervalua cently Assets comparatively small Her little hands did try Rake manuscripts in tho libraries of tions of Iron and steel reported at that port The health of the Emperor William conA terrible accident occurred on tho Paris aro to bo photographed Wearied the tears fell down her cheeks tinues to improve and reports from Fried N Hiawatha Kan has a young lady who Hnwkesbury railroad near Sydney In S rich ruho uro received to the effect that But still she lingcrod there tho W a fow days ago which resulted Hoping her father would uwakc watches over 15000 sillc worms condition is mnch better killiugof seven persons and the injury of Irinco Bisninrks been issued by tho coin- And heed her earnest prayer KEELTof motor fnmo says ho is getting1 forty An appeal has tired So aro tho stockholders mlttccjofthe Ultramontane party to electors The pnsiern by looked on amnzed The six story building on Lewis street Sueh bight of pity and disdain Thr Chicago lawyers arc holding a coro New York City occupied by Simon Strauss of Bavaria the chief paragraph of which And in their heart of hearts they asked warns Bavarians to miuutam their autononors inquest on tho lato wheat deal a cigar manufacturer and William Collin They neer might see again It is said that thrco fourth of tho women shoo manufacturer was burned a few days my ut all hazards The propeller Colorado with 910 tons of in Now York city aro wago earners But heeding not hor cry at length ago Loss 150000 freight for Duluth went ashore on sharp The sweet child hastened home A HUMnT aimed at Miss Geary of St Hon Freeman Clarke died at Itoehester a fow Saying Mamma papas asleep N Y a few days ago Ho was Comptroller rocks twenty miles north of Duluth Louis lodged in hor newspaper bustle 1 cuu not make him conic days ago She lies in an exposed position Jin Less of Cumru la sold sixteen of the Currency in 1VI5 and a member of At Mnttcrdorf Hungary a Tew days agu 1SW tho Thirty eighth Congress in The mother brushed away her tears dollars worth of cherries off ono tree Tho President has recognzcd Robert during an election the gendarmes were at And sulci Dciit wrop my child Am hopo of getting natural gr in Your dear pnpn wit waken soon Lchr Jr us Vice Consul at Baltimore for tacked by Crotmn electors In tho conflict Cleveland O is practically abandon jd And then the prattler smiled do Gournay as flvo of the citizens wero shot dead Tne Portugal and The maklngof shoes on contract in enn consular agent Paul Francis for France election was suspended at Baltimore Sweet child oh mayst thou never know sylvanla prisons will censo in November A shocking murder was committed two Edward Sliced was hanged at IndependThe bitter curse of rum va aoxt recently j Mo tho other day for tho murder of nnios irom iyncnuurg ence But yet may thy dear father provo George Wlmmor met Charles Shelby on Geneuat Meades monument in Fair O C Loomis at Kansas City Juno 2i 1SL A blessing in his home mount Park Philadelphia will bo dedicat Â¬ Ho died In twelve minutes after the drop tho public roud and shot him through tho Oh sweet child faith in mercy given bend without provocation ed on October 18 fell Lest thy young heart should break A boat containing 250 Hungarian refu General Sheridan has returned to Wash- Â¬ Ex QurKv I8A1IKMA of Spain now in So may we trust our Cod in Heaven Dan- Â¬ Purls is spending money ut tho rate of ington He did not attend the reunion of gees was capsized while crossing tho Twill less lifes burdens make tho Army of tho Potomac at Saratoga as ube near Paks recently and nearly all of 1000000 annually Jlebiccu C Diiiitt In Mothers Magazine 100 Â¬ its occupants wero drowned Over The Prussian minister of education re Â¬ ho was unable to make railroad connecbodies have been recovered AN AWFUL LEGACY fuses t admit women to tho universities tions The latest returns from the elections for A H Cardln of Crittenden County Ky or medical schools tho Union Labor partys candidate for Gov- Â¬ members of tho Hungarian diet show that How Iriiiikcune IIchcmkU to tlin Third There is a general belief that the tobacco ernor has withdrawn He says that ho will 224 Liberals 2S Moderate Oppositionists unci 1imrtli ictiierntloiiH A Sin Tlint In tax will bo abolished early in the coming voto with tho party but will not bo its can- 50 Independents 0 anti Somites and 15 memHereditary session or Congress From time to time it lias been point Â¬ bers belonging to no particular party havo didate Hismamcks two boys put in more hours been elected Tho Pope has appointed Rev Nicholas ed out in the Temperance columns of of solid labor every day than any two Matz pastor of tho Church or Our Lady of The latest details with regard to the cap tho J risk World that the sin of the sizing of the boat loaded with pilgrimB young men in tho fatherland Lourdcs at Georgetown Col to be coadju tor to Bishop Machebuf of tho diocese of while crossing tho Dnnubo mer near Paks drunkard and its punishment arc not Mme Chuistine Nhjcson tho Countess place the number rescued at 127 One hun- confined to himself but that both the Miranda now owns tho houso where Ad- Colorado at Denver dred and one bodies have been recovered vice and its consequences are passed Eugene Beebc Jr of Montgomery Ala miral Coligny wus murdered has been awarded the contract for supply- and eighty seven arc missing on a baleful heritage to his descend Â¬ Tho Department of State has received ants ing tho Postofllco Department for the next Our views on this subject have tho nnmo of a recently fiscal year with mall catches ut an ag information from tho Consul at Barcelona veceived recently elected chiof of tho Sioux tribe powerful because gregate figure of liK Spain that tho opening of the universal exA commission to inquire Intothe phenom- Â¬ hibition to bo hold in that city has been authoritative indorsement Mrs Cleveland presented the enon of spirituulism has been apppointed the graduates of Wells College diplomas to postponed to April 8 1S8S The latest investigations on the sub Â¬ a few days by tho University of Pennsylvania Benjamin Fruzee a night watchman em- ject of drunkenness and its effect upon ago and was chosen a member of tho board Londons Intcst dynnmito sensation af of trustees to till u vncaucy She is the llrst ployed at tho foundry or E C Austin fc humanity have been made by Dr T Co In Cleveland O was found recently tor thorough investigation turns out to bo lady to hold thut position Crotliers the f upcriiitciidcnt of a water damaged Jlro crackcr fright Larry Donovan tho bridge jumper who with his skull frightfully fractured He Walnut Lodge Hartford Conn and was taken to a hospital but no hopes are The cottage of tho lato General Grant is was prevented from jumping off the Clifton being refitted and it is said will bo occu- suspension bridge at London England and entertained of his recovery Ho is sixty lie has published homo of Ins conclii- taken into custody on a charge of attempt yearsold and has a wiTo and family Thoro Kjms in the Mctliral ami Surqicul Jc pied part of tho suramor by Mrs Grant Ho quotes Dr Mosquitoes according to a recent bulle- Â¬ ing suicide has been discharged having is no cluo to tho perpetrators of tho foul porter of Philadelphia ded m procured sureties for his good behavior i Kuss as relating that the miners of tin of tho United Statos Fish Commission Ex Mayor James A Bradley founder of roicr i roy mo man wno was urresicii aro a deadly enemy to young brook trout who Inc away from tlieir tho village and summer resort of Asbury on board tho steamer Adriatic at Queens PVstlultt The postmaster at Scott Uar Cal j WVS ri Pmrally intoxicated when Park N J has published a notice that col- town is still confined In jail Experts stands soven feet high in his stockings ored people will no longer bo permitted to havo examined tho contents of his sus- - j they come home on visits The result tho tnllestpostmustorin tho United Statos enjoy tho privileges of tho beach unless picious looking box but decline to certify is that a largo proportion of the ehil Wilson Waduinoham of Connecticut is thoy oboy a sot of very strict rules pro that tho explosive matter contained there- - j tlnn iorn f families aro idiots tho largest land holder in tho United vided for their conduct in is not uungcrous liic government in- - and feeble minded Ho owns tho titlo to two million Statos An analysis of intermit revenue receipts spector of explosives has been summoned In a number of cases which ho cites acros for tho month of May 1S7 compared with to pass upon it Mns RosENiirno Tho body of Helena Burt was found In the Dr Crotliers has directly traced ine- Â¬ of tho Troasury Do thoso of May ISM shows an Increase of 1200000 from spirits and liquors and of river at Brattlcboro Vt tho other day briety back to the parents at a time partmontat Washington is tho best eoun torfo It detector in tho world She gets f2Jt000 from tobacco Tho oleomargarino Tho womans skirts had been tied ovor prior to the childs birth In one in Â¬ tax collections during May last amounted her head and there was a deep cut on hor stance tins 11800 n year father was i sea captain temple She had been acting as a servant The library of tho British Museum now to 11 1000 Further defects in tho timbers of tho in John Suglauds family and it is said that a healthy robust man who never contains more than i000000 hooks which occupy three miles lineal of bookcases United States Btcamor Uurtforn hnving Sugland had abused and beaten her Tho drank except on shore and then in been discovered a second board of survey police are looking for Sugland who docs great moderation His ship went to eight feet high bus been ordered on hor and a report made not bear tho best of reputations China and the South Seas and was lusc pension office at Topoka Kan dis to tho Navy Department Tho question Engineer Nevins of tho bursed 2 1100087 during tho past quarter whether tho statutory hunt as to repairs of N Chieffire department has been Brooklyn away twelve or fourteen months at a Y acquitted He married in middlo life and Thero uro 2802 honorably discharged sol- Â¬ naval vcssoIh applies to the Hartford is of the chargo of accepting a bribe for uro tune diers on tho roll now under consideration curing from tho Aldermen uu electric light on returning from a long voyage Tho Pall Mall ttizttte in a long pessimistic franchise Kansas boasts of having tho tallest man would go to his country house and be In this country Mr J D Hasdon Ho Is leader on tho jubilee its effects and its lesCreditors havo sued tho susponded firm intoxicated with his wife for a week or sovon feet three and a half inches high sons waxes indignant over tho absurdity of Kershaw dfc Co Chicago brokers al- more on wines then recover and start of continuing the rigidity of royal ctiqueto leging that tho firm incurred liabilities far Ho lives at Laklu away again Ilis wife would drink A small train has boon safoly run with Â¬ and observing tho pretentious forms of a beyond its capital and that it unlawfully century ago in tho face of the rising tide of paid largo sums of money to Its silent part- Â¬ with him and be partially intoxicated out nnnoynnco in tho way of smoko and Several ehidren born all of whom died clndors on tho Pennsylvania rail way with democracy and tho fact that the conditions ners when tho firm know itself insolvent which generations ago made those things potroloum as fuel Julian Hawthorne the novelist has writ- in infancy except one a boy who seem necessary or havo passed ten from material furnished by Inspector grew up and bceainw a periodic drink- Â¬ The largest Dolawaro shad caught this away happily neverdesirable to return Byrnes of Now York four stories of tho er and came under Dr Crothors care season is claimed to bo ono captured at Tho Prosldont has recognized Arnold Wllingsport N J which weighed nluo Kummor as Consul of Belgium for tho darlntj and skillful cxnloitB of Now York He was a nervous melancholy voting detectives and tho books aro now in tho and a quarter pounds Stutcs of Maryland and Delaware and hands of tho publishers and will bo issued man who could not follow any steady In Nnuvoo 111 claims to havo a Jules Gonzales Consul of tho United States A man They nro said to bo replete work long and every two or three about July span of mules that woro used in hauling of Venezuela at San Francisco with thrilling narratives and wonderful mouths lie would rush away to join the Btono for building tho Mormon temple lu It Is reported that the German govern- sequences most dissolute companions with whom ment is endeavoring to lmluco tho Popo to that place fifty years ago General West Chief Postoftlce Inspector he would remain in n room and for Manuel Noel an nged French Canadian consent to a reconciliation ami tho conclusion of a religious peaco with Italy without hns recoived a dispatch Lorn the United days drink to i condition of continu Â¬ roBlding at Lnconla N II feasted on a States Marshal at Flatonia Tex informing pound of raw boefBteak a fow iys ago exacting territorial concessions Finally ho would become tho five ous stupor Prof Nicholls Crouch of Bnltlmorc him of tho urrest at that point of recently exhausted and bo attacked with gas- Â¬ and died within half an hour robbors who held up thcmail train and A statui of President Arthur Is to bo author of Kathleen Mavourneen honand sacked tho mall and robbed tho passen- Â¬ tritis Under tho care of a physician many othor popular ballads has boon In Madison Squaro Now orectcd gers Tho arrests aro considered very Im- lie would quickly recover and thou ho ork Tho ored with a fellowship by the Loudon Soci sum of 130000 will bo needed i which ety of portant as this gang has frequently of lato would go of Arts Lotters and Science back to tho shipping hotiso 15000 has been already raised A dispatch from Simla says tho rebellion mndo daring and successful robberies on where lie was employed and exhibit Â¬ tho southwestern frontier In a gardon at Woodland Cal is grow- of tho Ghilzais against the Ameer of ing a clump of whoat which is a curiosity Afghanistan seems to bo losing ground and Tho Marquis of Lorno criticises Enrl great energy and industry for a long because of tho fact that 101 stalks havo on tho ovo of total collapse Tho road be Spencer for complaining of tho mildness of time His mind was unstable and he sproad from ono kornol of wheat tween Cnndahar and Cabul Is uguin open the governments languago regarding tho was credulous of all things outside of Ix tho groat Eastorn institutions of If ho beeamo angry and Tho Knights of Labor of Boston havo Canadian tariff and nsks whether Earl his business of learning thoy fully appreciate tho vnluo of abandoned tho Lastors Union in thoirilght Spencer Is prepared to go to tho length an excited he would stagger and talk like voted gymnastics Harvards gymnasium cost tor a recognition of organized labor In Wor vetoing any protective tariff Ireland by would a man drunken his face would grow fllOOOO Yales 1125000 cester County Shoo manufactories and Irish Parliament in Dublin and Columbias not thank him tho Marquis concludes for red tho pupils of the eyes dilate and Mio struggle alone 150000 tho lusters will continue denying eucourugemeut to outer industries thd lids swell ami would bo inoro or Tub nowcolns which aro now to bo is Tho lock out has bean in force six mouths through somo form of protection in- Â¬ Alio ap Â¬ icss stupiu ior a mug tune suod In England In honor of tho jucons and thousands of lastcrs havo been Tho Department of Stat is informed by proach of tho drink paroxysm was volved jubilee boar tho likeness of hor Majosty Tho annual banquet of tho Army of tho Minister Curry ut Madrid that tho com- marked by great business activity and with a Biuall crown above tho widows cap Potomuc was held at Congress Hotel Sara Â¬ mercial arrangement botwocu tho United anxioty to help somo one Then and veil suddenly N Y tho othor woro States and Spain by which equality of It behooves Boston girls to carry oxtra toga for three hundred night Coversall of treatment of American and Spanish vessels he would find an evil companion and persons and laid magnifying glasses whon visiting in tho tho mombors of prominouco wero present was secured in tho ports of Cuba and Porto go away and drink as before rural distrusts as ono of tho dear creatures Toasts woro given by General Black Liou Ilico a extended until tho list of Decem Ilis early life tho doctor found wjih mistook u bumbloboo for a blackborry tho tonant Governor Jones of Now York Gen Â¬ ber next Tho announcement is made publlo was a good student licly in view of tho anxiety of certain Im uneventful other day erals Slooum Shoruuin Sheridan Sickles porters lu Now York who woro led to bo of pilot rotiriiig manners and held Alfheu Hullt tho Now York railroad unri Huwley nmguato presontod a chock of fifty thou Â¬ Chester A Arthur on of tho lato ex ljovo that tho ngreomont would expire on up its a model for his companions When about fourteen years of ago he sand dollars to his nlueo who graduated Prosideut I among tho Incorporators of thouoth of Juno A mob attacked and smashed tho win hullored from a low nervous fever of at tho Motsgar instltuto ut Carlisle lu u tho Society fortho Pruvontum of Cruolty to Sailors urllclutt of which wero filed re- Â¬ dows of tho building occupied by tho Cork fow days ago Ho lived in Contlliudvn tho other day which structure several weeks duration Ills trial is said to ba costing Jacob cently wus lighted up in honor of tho Queens jubi- his uncles family uirl hud the best Tho Court of Queens Bench has refused Sharp ovor 76000 mid It is added that tho lco Tho newspaper is u Tory journal and Hociety and most temperate surround Â¬ Hmouut will bo Increased to nearly half a to sign for Colonel Maplopou of tho Italian in expectation ut an attack upon tho build Opoiu Company nu injunction to restrain million should ho havo to carry tho cast to Del Puento from Hinging at tho Drury lame ing tho police hud surrounded It us best ings when suddenly one day he disap Â¬ peared A week later he was found the opurt of appeals they could lu strong force Tho mob broke theater in u low den whore he hud been Intox Â¬ Im in mourning for the Wittins Hull Hut liltlo Intercut was manifested In tho through tha pollco lino houover and In tJHth ef hid ldtt daughter Hn at fouwiille race between tho crown of Valo doing so injured Hovornl policemen with icated fiom tho hue he eame In lie HUtNdlutf Hook Agency 1 T ami endeav and the University of Ionnylvauia which stones ami bliidgns Tho pollco lu turn gave no roiixnu why he did IhU and mi4 te kew hlu groat grief by slaughter vu lowed tho othor day and but fow poo lined their Htuven with good effect mid seemed Indiflorout- to nil council and iHfg M kU el4 Hiiwinlen A cor of IUmw pi wltuodiud tho content Every ono finally dUporned tho mob hut not until tho udvku Fur u year after he win tuin- bought Ywlo would will otty ami ulit did oftlco hud uttered coiuldnrnblo duiuuyo WNi WJgW to Nw tkf euw tor fety Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 Htt ATn I Tho Harvard Columbln University raoo has been postponed until Monday aftornoon Tho now Iron duties wero passed by tho Canadian Houso of Commons a fow duys ago Sheeny Mike Kutr tho notorious bank N3 notes J NEWS NOTES TEMPERANCE J porato and-- exemplary in cvory rcspect-Ihcn ho disappeared as before and drank wino in a room to stupor for a week or moro then camo back Then from this time these drink paroxysms were noted by tho great sccrctivoness logo where ho could not bo foundaud also by never drinking until he found a place and an evil companion to join In another case the physician cites the father as a temperate man The mother had drank beer at meals all hor life After their wedding however botli were intoxicated and remained in that condition for a considerable period of that time The tirst child was a lit- Â¬ tle fretful creature which cried night and day for the lirstyoar By accident whisky was found to produce the most perfect relief From this time nothing but some form of spirits would allay the nervous irritation and as he grew older he would cry for it and refused to be satislied with any other fluid At ten ho drank beer regularly every night and at fifteen he drank to great excess In appearance he was feeble and im Â¬ perfectly developed Ilis mind was un Â¬ The taste and certain and changeable effects of spirits gave him he said the greatest pleasure When ho could not get spirits he was delirious and after using two or three glasses ho became stupid and laughed at every Ihing until lie fell asleep He was placed in the care of a physician who tried to with Â¬ draw the use of spirits by reducing it from da to day After the spirits were withdrawn he developed mania and delusions of persecution during which he escaped from control and drank to stupor The mania disap- Â¬ peared Again the effort to break up the use of spirits was tried but the mania returned more violent than over and the spirits were resumed and con- Â¬ tinued up to death at twenty years ol him I Â¬ Â¬ t Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ is Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ iS I Â¬ L Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 A man was placed in his care Wrho had occupied a very responsible po- Â¬ sition of trust and who with an insane indifference had drank to great excess and forfeited all honor and respect He was educated and was a mau of talent and great energy Ho was tem Â¬ perate up to forty years of age when suddenly he drank to intoxication and he was seen on the streets shouting in a delirious Way In two or three days he became temperate and seemed to have no regrets or sorrow for the past He manifested no interest in the ad- Â¬ vice and counsel of his friends and made no remarks of explanation nor gave any reason for his conduct Sev- Â¬ eral months later he drank as before and returned to his work with the same cool indifference as to his con- Â¬ duct and its consequences He was forced to resign his position as officer of a bank and gradually went down lower until brought to Dr Crotliers Ho drank periodically the free interval being from three to eighteen months the drink paroxysm lasting from three to six days During this paroxysm ho was maniacal and reeled up and down the street or was scon in an open carriage always going where he was most prominent and making public speeches He seemed possessed with delusions of power and grandeur and placed himself in the most prominent places interpreting the attention ho received as evidence of his greatness When he recovered he seemed to havo paralysis of all conception of tho nature and character of his conduct On all other matters he was clear and intelligent but on this he was silent and reserved He recovered and went to the far West to live on a cattle ranch Investigation of this mans history revealed the fact that his father who was a temperate healthy planter married for the first time at forty Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - and was after this a periodical drinker until his death ten years later The father was delirious during these paroxysms and spent his time on the street and in prominent places preach Â¬ ing and lecturing in a maudlin way When he recovered he was strangely oblivious to any past conduct and did not remember or believe ho was in- Â¬ toxicated The later years of his life ho was very angry if talked to about drinking and would not listen to any counsel or believe he drank to his in- Â¬ jury Keferring to this case Dr Crotliers says The remarkable simi- Â¬ larity of the symptoms of father and son coming at tho same timo of life and following periodically noted by delusions of power and grandeur and desiro to appear prominont and the loss of consciousness of the past or its relation to the present in his own case seemed to indicate a direct heredity from father to son Vm World Kvkuy effort was made by the whisky party in Leavenworth to buy tho votoH of the colored women but with very little success Ono old woman very poorly chid was asked to sell her voto She answered No 1 am naked fo Q close I have nary dross butdis olo uallco but 1 am not linked for prin Â¬ ciple and I shall voto fo do Lord on dat day Tiik mayor of Hangor Me says You can ns easily rim n saw inlll without Hpolllng any logs as to run a saloon without Duolliiitf auy boy -- Soon after ho drank to great excess tti tfMliiimr - r wiimniif aJUffliiififiii n jffi F5 - Sazel Green Herald SPUNCKIt COOlKIt Publisher KENTUCKY HAZEL GREEN MY BABYS Without SATIN SHOES Theres rain without nml rain within That il irkens nil tho mountulns tilth And nil the rivors valley shrouds from hosts of black browed clouds ft Within are tennlrnps Mowing swift From their mysterious fountain head As I sit thinking of tho past Oer muniug jracos of my doad A hcartaoho first as hot and keen As that a drought must bring to earth While this and that of treasures stored I lift and nuiso on vanished worth And wish for luxury of tears To come and cool and eiino the pain He went up to the girl who know- Â¬ ing what was coming had been school Â¬ ing herself to recover her and said Come Miss Helen get ready 1 must take you to Newton Can my little brother gp she nnkeil pleadingly He is so small so infirm and so fond of me that he can hardly live without my care Oh ho will be treated Avith the most tender care I assure you said the sherilf 1 can not take him to day but 1 hope von mav soon return Will you answer me a question or two asked Helen now almost calm again self-posses-ei-on Yes Tis Babys little satin shoes That tup the clouds and bring the rain And looking at tho dulnty things I wotider if her pretty feet Have grown too large for these wee shoon Since they haw walked the golden street Or keep they still their wondrous charms Of rosy liuc and fairy size That as I held them In my palm Woke gleams of wonder in her eyes I llvo once more In that far ttnio When she in crowing witching glee Looked down upon her untried feet These satin shoes just laced to see And then 1 prayed with wisdoms dower She might the better pathway choose For all her sU ps 1 longed to keep Tho sheen and ease of satin shoes And then there came dark days in Tunc Of months till then the fairest one And she her sister angels joined And ceased the stepping scarce begun No shadows came to her sweet face Nor heart nor hand nor foot had bruise When I And kept gave buck the treasure loaned her little satin shoes 1 tmurf In Current HELENTjAKEJIAN OH Tho Story of a Young Girls Strug- Â¬ gle With Advoraity n MUSICK author or Copyright J2T JOHN ISankku ok TlKnroun WAITIIll HltOWSFirM Kto JS v Tin by A A Kelloyj yewnpajirr Co CIIAPTHK XI Hut Judge siid fONTiNtit tli sheriff re- Â¬ spectfully for In seemed aware of the fart that hi re election depended in n great measure upon the effort- of the man hefore him what am to do with the child I cant put it in prison Send it to the poor house Humphl cant do that without an order from tho court said the sheriff with a frown 1 said the puzzled sheriff The court will have to de- Â¬ clare it a pauper first Well then leave the child here with me can take it there and Hill Jones will keep it for me until the court set He owes hi position as proprietor of the poor house to me Yosyou can probaMy manage it that The child is sick way Yes but not dangerous 1 kind ohato to part them O poh theyll forget each other in less than three days They are more brute than human with no feeling save that of hunger cold or heat just as any other animal Was James Arnold speaking his real opinion Certainly not though there are many others of lus like who advance Oh if it bhould the same argument 1 could Well I can not I What will bo done with me I will take von to Newton What then You will be taken before the magis- Â¬ trate Squire Bluffers Well what then I know little of law and its processes Well you will be arraigned and your case set for trial If you can give bond von can return here or go wherever you please- - but if you fail then the sheriff failed ho found it almost im Â¬ possible to inform that poor proud- Â¬ spirited girl of the result of a failure But she was determined to know the worst What if I fail she asked Committed was the answer Do you mean sent to jail The sheriff nodded The prospect of entering a jail for one moment is horrible To forever blight the fair name of which she was so proud that name which neither her parents or any of her ancestors hail al- Â¬ lowed a blot upon and now to blacken it as a criminal We can scarcely un Â¬ derstand the feelings of Helen at that She imagined herself in moment after years even if she was proved in- Â¬ nocent a blackened blighted creature shunned by all and pointed to as a thief Notwithstanding all this Helen was gloriously conscious of her own inno Â¬ cence She had done no wrong and the certainty of bad consequences to her little brother should their parting be violent made her assume a cheer Â¬ fulness she was far from feeling She donned her hat and put a light shawl about her shoulders then kissing her little crippled brother said Little Amos must be a good boy 1 am going to until sister conies back Newton and hope to come back soon Do not be afraid little darling God will watch over and care for you while L am gone The little fellow was silent but large tears rolled down his pale cheeks Helen had reached the Kitchen door when a sudden impulse seized her she ran back to the child and clasped him But she in he arms for the last time silent tears did not weep those great of the child told how he was affected and she dared not let him know her own feelings Thats all for effect said Arnold haughtily as she passed out at the door with the sheriff at her side Tho farmer sent his hired man John with the rockaway to take them to tho village of Newton Helen bore up until they were on the road and then wringing her hands she cried Oh farewell farewell mv poor unfortunate little brother I know I 1U fellow took a potato and nibbled the end of it then took a blto or two of bread hut his appetite was gone He seemed Stinking sinking down to death I dont see why you dont got rid of that brat said Hallie to her father whom she met in the sitting room I will as soon as the hired man was comes back with the rockaway the answer The hired man came back about tho middle of the afternoon and Judge Arnold went into the kitchen where the boy wius he said in tones Come Amos intended to be cheerful we must go asked the boy lixing his Where large wondering eyes upon the man To Bill Jones our friend my boy who keeps all such boys as you Need Judge All such boys as you Arnold have insulted the poor afflicted Were not his sufferings great child enough without further wounding his feelings But tho feelings of the boy were deadeued by pain and suffering Wo can be tortured until the nerves become destroyed ami senseless to pain and the bewildered child was in that condition The boy complaining of his back which had been hurt by his fall in the morning got from the chair Placing his hands upon his knees he hobbled along to his crutches which stood against the wall Taking them under his arms he found his little faded cap and put it on his head There is a shawl they brought said Mrs Arnold lut it around him commanded Judge Arnold The woman obeyed trembling vio- Â¬ lently she could not tell why Now father the carpet bag take Gathered around the fire place in which were a tew coals worn half a doen wretched creatures llvo women They were clothed and one man in tilth ami rags and their long uncombed hair hung about their HOME FARM AND GARDEN For cleaning milk cans woodon utensils puns otc steam is consid- Â¬ year boforo transplanting ered excellent Nut boaring trees may bo nnccoM fully moved by cnttlng tho tap root the Potato bugs will oat egg plants ff tho potato vines are not plentiful They also sometimes cat tomato plants As sunflower seed is very liable to heat tho safest way of kooping it for fowls is to cut off tho flowor head when tho seed is ripe and pile it loosely till thrown to tho fowls Go around and destroy tho worin nosts in tho fruit trees It doesnt ro quiro any scientific knowledge to know that tho worms are oxtremoly in jut I ous to trees and fruit Eggs placed in tepid wntor require four minutes cooking in boiling wator threo minutes If put in cold water they aro done when tho wator begins to bubble Frosh eggs requiro longer cooking The uso of leached and unleachcd ashes in applo orchards is highly com- Â¬ mended by tlioso who have tried or had opportunities of observing the ex- Â¬ periment Tlioy aro considered an inChristtati valuable orchard fertilizer Â¬ 4 4 3 v a vH THK PUOK llOl sK KCKIKR AND TITK i i n UUIU OUT IUII ilillll XII CHA1TKK ggV W jfrTMAv r3 WHY DONT YOU TAKK IIKK AWAY only bo carried home that ho might fuel the bitter pangs of tearing heart- Â¬ would ho not turn missionary for the causo of the poor depressed and oft times wronged crim- Â¬ inals Take her away Belcher take her away at once said Judge Arnold his chin so high that mercy was over- Â¬ looked Well but Judge this is a matter Id not like to be hasty in I can hardly bring myself to tear that girl from her brother Good Heavens if she should be innocent after all Do you think I am n fool and a per-Â¬ jurer cried Arnold angrily No no answered the sheriff apol- Â¬ ogetically I diil not know but what there might be a mistake Well air I think there is no mistake nlumt it tildes- - you make one in not doing your duty I think I will do my duly as nn If I know It siid official Judge Belcher hotly It is very clour I dont see how you tan help seeing It The utter lioartlosinotM of Arnold vcnciI thr sheriff but he was forced to perform hi dnljr it an otllror pniuful fore him on which were some Hitatoes bread mid cold boiled meat The littlu it uiijjht bo Â¬ strings asunder IrmK AMOS AT TIIK POOIl HOtsK Little Amos witnessed the departure Mrs Arnold of his sister in silence with her face convulsed with strange emotions came into the kitchen but l he dare not sneak fill lucsuem gnei dropping in great tears from tlose blue ecs was enough to awe her rltti child began to sob timidly He was afraid to make any outcry Mr Arnold and her daughter were now busying themselves with preparing dinner and grumbling that Maggie had by the win- Â¬ gone away The child His dow in his chair unnoticed faco was Hushed and pale by turns His breathing was short and quick and it was evident that the soaking rain of tho day before had brought on a cold But which might prove dangerous no one noticed him The dinner was prepared almost in silence with an occasional spell of grumbling on the part of Mrs Arnold When the meal was ready the family gathered about tho table giving no thought to little Amos loor child he had no appe- Â¬ tite for dinner and could have eaten but little had it been offered to him When dinner was over the dogs had been fed and a few nice tid bits given to the cat and crumbs gathered up for the pig Mrs Arnold thought it would wanted bo well to see if that child any thing She found him gazing ab stractedly from the window and his little face wonderfully white just now Dont you want nothin to eat asked Mrs Arnold standing by the boy her head high in the air said the If you please maam child in a low frightened tone She then wheeled his chair about to a kitchen table and placed a plate be IT i l st in knots shoulders strings The day was slightly with cool and the poor mortals wero doing all in their power to instill some warmth into their bodies They were growling pushing and snarling more like ani- Â¬ mals than human beings Long suffer- Â¬ ing had tilled them with selfishness Little Amos was placed on a hard chair near the door Ho did not dare go too near those creatures they seemed so much like wild animals Occasionally thev turned their sallow One was blind two faces upon him were crippled the man was partially insane one woman had the rickets and the other was too old ami feeble to help herself These objects were disgusting that along and frightful to look upon and Amos Arnold seized the plain old carpel expected from the glances they cast bag containing a few clothes for the upon him that he would be soon torn child as though it were a concmttible to pieces thing and then followed by the little Oh Helen Helen where is sister cripple left the house he cried weeping bitterly Helen Come on come on said the impa- Â¬ CHAPTKIt XIII tient man at the gate holding it open IN JAIL for the child who was slowly and pain Mr Belcher tho sheriff had a kind fully coining toward it you can go heart and did all ho could to cheer ul i 11 lt f Helen T itti fnw tried to increase I hope Miss Lakemau itll not bo his speed ami stumbling fell He ut- Â¬ I hope you will as bad as you think tered a cry of pain and Mr Arnold come out all right with an oath commanded John to carry No no said Helen her face grow- Â¬ him to the carriage ing more calm and pale I know that The kind hearted John took up the shame ruin and death will come out of little beggar- - for was he not a beggar this I am in the power of persons bent now and carrying him to the vehicle my ruin and nothing on earth placed him in as comfortably as he upon can save me could The child bore his suffering Who do you think is bent on your with scarcely a murmur rum 0n As James Arnold sat in his easy car- Â¬ Mr Arnold and family riage which was whirling away toward Why great goodness why would the pnor houMhc had no thought for the they want to ruin a poor girl like He did not see the an- Â¬ little occupant you gelic expression of that sweet little She could not Helen was silent face or appreciate his great trust in an answer this question though she knew Alniightv Father Amos Lakemau was She could not tell to it the vouug not to exceed six years of age him answer that tho Arnolds had determined and no larger than many children at to have the educated and accomplished four et he was educated in misery far Warren Stuart a member of their fain beyond his years He was always a and that the pretty face of the hired cripple possessing that sweet patient ih was in the way That Helen Lake girl disposition which God so frequently man arrested and disgraced would He had always gives the unfortunate lose her beauty even in the eyes of her been Iocd by every one who knew him infatuated lo r She dare not tell tho though none took sufficient interest in sheriff what her honest con ictions his welfare to provide a good home for said were the living truths for they him Charitable institutions were not would not be believed Tho sherilf known on Sandy Fork unless one for her to speak Belcher had and it was no waited officer long enough to regard meant the poor-hou-- e been an charity to be sent there person arrested as a criminal The carriage rolled up to the door of every Ho Of course this girl was guilty the poor hoitM which was simply a felt very sorry for her She was young row of long miserable buildings some beautiful and intelligent and she was of logs and some of frame while one He resolved in his own often tempted for the hopelessly insane was made of mind to intercede with the court and stone The proprietor a large brutal prosecuting attorney and have her pun Â¬ looking man with uncombed hair com ishment as light as possible It would ing out bare headed and in his slnrt- - go much lighter with her ho knew if iD she would own the thing right up and Slill vattj iunv make a clean breast of it all He re- Â¬ Well who garded it as his duty to advise the girl Hello Judge that you in the name o tarnation ye got there to do so unyway Helen he said in as kind and A new charge fatherly a tone as ho could command Why theres no court you are a young girl and perhaps That makes no difference Bill Ill know nothing about law make it all right when court docs set She bowed her head to receive tho Wall ef ye say its all right Judge advice which she knew would come Ill take him ve orter know I feel sorry for you on account of I know this case will bo all right this trouble you have got into tho Bill Take this boy and I will have you sheriff said ami I want to talk to you fixed up as soon as county court sets as if you were my own daughter John the hired hand offered to The carriage was rolling along over carry the little cripple in a smooth piece of wood and the sheriff asked Bill Jones knew every word the girl said by way Cant he walk well answered John Not very of confession could be heard by tho He can walk a great ileal better driver provided sho denied it after- Â¬ said Arnold in his ward than he pretends The sheriff determined to work merciless manner Helen was still up the case if possible Wall Ill bring him out o his lazi- Â¬ silent and he continued ness chuckled Bill Jones Ill find You are young thrown upon tho He kin pick up world without an adviser or friend and him to do work for chips r weed the onion beds now if I can help you any I would bo John who had more humanity in his glad to do so Your crime is a serious soul than either of his superiors took one to begin with and what is more the child in his arms you will be convicted of it Tho proof Oh yaas ye jest take him to that against you is overwhelming and there cond log house an Hetim down there is no power no lawyer on earth that suiuars can make a jury believe you are inno Little Amos was carried in the strong cent aniH of the kind hearted John to the TO UK CONTINUED house indicated The room into which Why just entered the sick boy was ushered was miserable Boarder indeed the lloor was iihcarpctcd the hello Oscar thought I heard you talk Oscar walls of bare logs were black with ng to some one as I came in So I was talking Just saying good Hiioke thu cracks between the logs had been closed up with iilthy rags and at morniug to these Itdi balls had the tlie rear of tho room were two uiUrrablo Dame ones every morning for a week looking bud j Vhiluiklfihia irai NiW CHAKtJi or was tied at Work There is no hotter disinfectant for tho hennery than copperas wator Mako it rather strong and with a small broom sprinkle it through tho building and over the perches It purifies tho air aids in preventing disoase and absorbs all bad smells A man may walk a milo in twenty live minutes and return refreshed and benefited for tho exoreiso Lot him run a mile and it may harm him in many ways It is tho samo with a horse It is fast driving that kills New Enqlund Farmer Sponge Pudding Hero is a nlco recipe for a pudding if any ono has plenty of cream Mako a nico spongo cake turn it into a dripping pan then take good apples that have been pared and quartered and stick them into your cake as thick as you can Servo hot with cream and sugar House-Â¬ hold To prevent chickens trending upon their food or crowding upon each other when feeding tho food might bo put in a small box with barred sides liko a plate rack Tho bars may bo placed so close together that the hen or largo chickens can not get thoir heads through to rob little chicks of thoir food Boxes with tho bars wider apart can bo used for larger fowl Spongo Jelly Roll M M cup and a half sugar one table spoou baking powder boat tho whites separ-Â¬ ately and tho sugar and tho yelks together till very light then add part of the whites then a cup of flour then heat good thou a littlo more flour thou the rest of tho whites and stir easy put it in and bake Spread and roll as quick as you can Bos ion Budget If an apple treo has a sound trunk and roots it is a pity says tho Avxcri trn Cultivator to destroy it under most circumstances it takes many years ti got a young treo into bearing and when it does bear it will not fur- Â¬ nish nearly ho much fruit as ono fully grown By grafting witli tho North Â¬ ern Spy and liberally manuring an old apple treo may be made much moro certainly productive than young troca of this variety which aro usually shy and tardy bearers FALLING AND RISING Diaicultle In tho Wny of IClovntlnu One Alnntal niul Moral Htanrinrd Four agn ono Any body can fall below his avcrago No ono can rise nbovo his average standard without an effort This suggests thu direction in which our endeavors ought to bo constantly making Unless wo try to gain wo shall never advance Unless wo try to gain wo shall drop backward It is just hero that so much depends on our ideals in our minds and in our models If wo havo tho in- Â¬ spiration and tho incitement of a no bib aspiration or of a noblo example wo aro likely to bo striving to bo bet- Â¬ tor than our best If there is nothing before us which wo rccognizo as beyond our own highest attainment wo aro in danger of failing to keep up with our former mark of progress Ono of tho bright stories of Margaret Gatty tolls of a school boy who had a high reputa- Â¬ tion as a mimic It scorned as though ho could bo just liko any ono whom ho pleased to imitate But a wiser friend asked him to show how tho handsomest boy in tho school looked and how tho best speaker declaimed Then as tho young mimic found himself quite In- Â¬ competent to tliis ho realized that all of Ids power of imitation lay in tho di- Â¬ rection of lowering his own standard and of mimicking dofocts which had not yet become his own And it would bo well if others also realized this truth as to thoir power of imitation It Is so much easior to fall than to rise Dlosd is ho whoso inspiring ideal In kit friendships and in his spiritual life is way abovo his present iofclbllitWt oL attaluiuttuU 8 limn standard without an effort i Mi i tf 4 t t - JtuiMW- i r r J i jr lak jearx - tj- - i ift r orm a i frisssbsUv TWP V l hHF bhfe jj MmvHvninpBBvig pwpt M Hazel Green Herald PUBLISHED BY SPENCER COOPER Judge Fox the Prohibition candidate for Governor of this State spoke here on Monday night last to a small but very respectable and well behaved crowd He came late and having spoken at West Liberty that day and rode from that place to this after four oclock was somewhat jaded lie cited many facts and figures to prove that he stood as good a chance for election as any of the three candidates But on the reduction of taxation through prohibition was where he made the strongest appeal to the people and by his figures and tlio instances of the work of prohibition wherever it prevails he demonstrated beyond denial that it would work economy in the administration of State affairs it would lessen crime and the cost of criminal prosecution md promote pence and pros He cited the county perity of Bullit in which he lives as an example and showed that under prohibition rule it had become prosperous and reve nue paying whereas under the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mfer Subscription to Money BJbimwmm mmtwmmm - 1 Acflitmjttinjr tin a Year JfntitH Manufacturers of Dest English Steel Circular and Long Wfe 0 m2 ieaMmda ihiia Ak A A DA iti fifVtt U0 MMaw ttlWJWM ssflOT US ffl Vl r SPENCER t OOPER Enn on KY SAW Files Glimmers - Wednesday TAiitQiiaiit Tremnircr HAZEL GREEN AlHO DhAlKUS IN July 0 1887 II Swages Emery Wheels Leather and Gum Bsiiing F r Governor S DEMOCRATIC TICKET Our Cirouliir miwh Mtuiil at On- lieiul of tint market on their niwll in vui Umuiihii hiuii toiiKliner s will HiiMtritt 111 temper ami inmi j liar iff lreneli J1iiih1Sh la utoelc ol our mtn iutpm tntloa Work fully wai ranted ami tit Hock Hottom Prices J3S A11 orders sent to J T and will have our bet attention Attorney ficrtr ritl P W Hardin Auditor Fayette Hewitt Supt Public InstiiutionJojD Pickett lteyhitcr Tho i Jr Coibett nnto 3 llli District K M PIKRATT of Morgan Tor Itenreotiitntive JAMKS M OMVEK of Menifee ilVirntr liucknor Tamos W Bryan LARGE CIRCULAR SAWSnl A m lii for new work or wtws for repair Price iti SPECIALTY with JJesi Lit 1 7M Dienunts t ti- - J W Tute 7 Vine and 861 I Day Iluzel Orei n Kv Water Streets will CIMC2iM3AYS O lu promptly fmumlid in41 For Governor 0 llrndlev LioutennnKlovernor Mat ODoherty ttornoy Geneiil A T Wood Trensiirur J 15 Puryear Auditor R I DrvN Sunt Public Instruc inn 5 D Pinkerlon Hoplitor T Thndey Senate 3 lth Dntiiet KD W RltOWN of Morgan Win 1 1 REPUBLICAN TICKET before ua u letter from u mcnibei of my General Grants family who ays reply to your gucotion is that after m father iinaneial troubles in 1S84 Gen Â¬ eral liuckner did not oiler to give my father pecuniary assistance in any form General Jiuckner owes it to himself to Lou silence his friends on this ubjeot luvillo Itepublican --- lioiu the expense of the dead Hero Duekner oateutatiously claims to have V luivo been his friend while lining Throw irrcat man but why aillict the dor if he dont need it Yet many persons read an almanac where various dis Â¬ eases are described and symptoms given that will almost convince a WELL man that he is AWFULLY out of whack and they are ready to buy Something to Take regardless of real 2USEJ A diseased liver is the seat of Tilths f the diseases of the flesh That tired nervous rest you and geis upas prompt less feeling that goes to bed with ly as the rooster crowing ami sticks closer than a brother tells you that you XEJOJ something to overcome it A nastv aloe coated pill makes von gair to TJIJXK of it You cant Xow listen bear the TilOUUHT of it We havent anv great discovery by Indians but we have a SMALL sugar coated Pellet that the most delicate may take a combination of VISUJOTA HLE remedies the work of one of the best educated Physicians in this country a formula that we will give nnv Physician desiring it Jf you XIrlI a L1VI0R Fill trythe O P CALVERT CO Said a Â¬ Â¬ Tlio existing road law in Â¬ t Kentucky is a disgrace to civilization and the most unjust evev enacted by any body of men There is nothing equita ble about it One man owns thousands of acres of land but is above fifty years of aae and free of road duty A tenant of this mans who docs not own a foot of ground or a hoofed or horned beast is but forty nine years of aire and must work the road to en hance the value of the fortu Is nate mans estate Jbih there any justice or common sonse any civilization in such a law Honest manhood an swers no ten thousand times iiM This law has done more to keep back immigration to Kentucky than all the existing evils t litis been a black er blot than that of bloodshed Kentucky can never take her progress j1 ace in the i line ioi mi i i lie nine imiii 11 is auousnou laws of Vermont do not begin to compare with it in its idioc Let the next LegislaJ rasy Jure wipe it from the statutes and a stream of manufacturers and mechanics would soon begin to pour into the moun Lop of tains of Kentucky la w and a new era will this dawn upon us Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Uuckner hoi at last met Bradley The Hero of Fort Donelson did not run away but it U nunorcd tliat his coat tails were nailed to the chair by a member of the Lexington committee who was deter- Â¬ mined that he dhould not make a loot Louisville race if he did get licked Commercial Those democrats who are contemplat Â¬ ing voting for Fox should think twice bctoro deserting the good old party which has withstood all effort to replace it and which ia bound by the wry nature of alFniis to continue to be dominant in this county There can be nothing what Â¬ ever gained by noting for a prohibition candidate for governor He stands 110 earthly chance of election and il demo crats pcinist in throwing their votes away the reniilt will be a victory for the reBradley The publican candidate lepublieui- - are not going to det eit Brad- Â¬ ley Lot democrat- - be equally true to patty and cat their oto tor Pinion Bolivar Uuckner Stanford Journal Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ wh i s k y-go- -a s y ou pl ease work -- ing it was a pauper county His argument throughout was Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ strong appeal to the voters of every uartv to assert their manhood on this question and vole their sentiments regard less of Republican or Demo cratic pcivainsiou Space forbids a lengthy synopsis of his speech but we have endeavor ed to give the principal points hide Pox is a good speaker withal a nice gentleman and if by any possibility he should bo elected will make a dijrni lied and dutiful executive a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rCMdd by all Muiiat A aiy CINCINNATI O Pnpiiotir- - Â¬ TRIMBLE BROTHERS STATE NEWS i i i i i Tho cashier of the Pliila delphin Times has skipped OOOO La la with some newspapers are so careless about money Tjik Ukk AhD cashier- will never light out with that amount so he wont i out Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Winchester Ky is to be made an importtmt point for tlu- shipment of vriain lestiliil for export to Kmopv I lie inspec tors otliie is tit lie otaliliohfil tlieie and re nioved fiom Neujtort News lhe it Ohio Knilrouil tompuny is uitting doun a mile of sitle triek to aoeuiniiiolute tin inercavid liitiiioi s whiih the reliutallein Mn urnin will briny about at that point ville Ilulletin The name of Marshall Force of Slielbyville K liti- - licen j ent t the lrc nlent lor uppiiintiiieiit a- - Itetri ter of the Mnho Mr Iiunl OHiee at Lewistown Iirie is the on of Judge loieph P Force one of the bent men in Mielby eoiiutv Hun Henry Wntterson and lamily haxegone t hlnek Islainl to sjteiul the summer Mr Wiitlcrsous phyiieiiius order eil him tu eantel his speaking engagement mill go to the sii idiure tor rct There are llfty rttono miisona and one Â¬ MT STERLING KY Respectfully Invite the Mountain Merchants to Examine their Stock and Prices before purchasing MnairaMMaBairvww ferHftlr head of sured of immunity from insult the great Prussian gun manu Sick headache in many factory is dead It is estima livo this aumninjr the bam ofmay In complaint ted that he has helped to kill cured and previ ntcil by tho occasional 11 ttc moro men than any individual and of Dr J IilctMiIioans Littlo Liver lCidnoy Thoy arc pluneimt wlfo ever lived lie was the to take no larger than n pin lieail and favorito billiniidtic inventor of the finest steel pro arc the ladies tho mouthfor jaundice for bad taste in cess built the best guns ami leiiconlua and painful menstruation erected the Largest cannon 2 cents a vial Sold by ll JJ Swangn manufactory that the world Hazel ircen POLITICAL POINTERS has known 11kuu Knurr the 1here is a strong probabili ty that the President will visit the St Louis fair next fall The State at la rye has joined in the invitation and he is as -- htiiidruil ami tlnrtj two coiivieLsiit work on The tbo liiaiieh petiteritiiry at Kildyville tatement is mude thntit will take two ears to complete the buildings 1 GKp Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ cupied The total expense lor improvements ami the new building is f250 Lexington is to have a new weekly newspaper to be culled the Lexington ltunner ami edited h M A Oassidy for nieily of the lrevs lohn Taylor ox pordmastor at Kich mond has been nominated by the Republicans to represent MadNon county in the next Legislature An oil and gas company with a 2U 010 capital stock was organised at Suinewt iislueck Thc will einnuiiiice upuiatluns immediately Sam Jones was paid 2o0 for his two lectures at the Lexington Chautauqua and Â¬ iimme Asylum is now completed and The new addition to tho Lexington oc- Â¬ a HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY 0 v m ra W osesaie an Largest Stock eta i Lowest Prices E I Wood Esij spoke at Campion on the 1 th inst to a largo and respectable crowd Drciv is a most able lawyer and a clover gentleman and aside from his own party following will poll many votes on the grounds of personal friendship A fl Â¬ Wc loaru that Kd Brown announced himself as a candidate for the Senate at Salyorsvillo Inst woi k and then retired to the tylvan shades and cool retreats of Paint civfk If he moans business why dont he moot our gallant TPteratt at his leorgia Over 5000 persons attended the Dem- Â¬ ocratic barbecue at eynthhiniilaot Thursday It is leported a great sueee The 1 O F railroad propoition in Praiiklin lamedby ltJM iiiajoiit amidst gieat enthusiasm in K 1 was givun iU0 for his Orphans Home Heavy invoices arriving daily and stacks upon stacks of goods to meet every department of trade Live Stock Country Produce and School Claims received in trade on notes accounts or merchandise J T E DAY iictr i ypnri ulnce llilsmcillclnrmin ollcrpil rrniiKly for Worm and from Unit tlmo It rpiuitntlon him ytt iulllr iriiriiruMl until at me iirueiu any 11 ninioi umixthhiij tckimiwhhjuhi wirouKiioiu iicnny nil puns or 1110 world 10 w inn so rrrlun riWiit Worm lSnnrotloni inniloinan fortlir purixnii of Ileaslnft tliti piiintti tlmn of ovi rcotiiln ttn of llfo hort ixlintistwl illiiif linvc lc nt mantifutnnsl nil out Hip ronntrj lint thulrCMldrrnImiuio n IimjIc Ij m nrly xtcklu from nnd 11 A KiiMnustock Vrrmlfnire continues to rtow in fnvor dally ofu jh me mui hidden FapHrnniidiiiliiir othti cun thin irrmjnnd nxMrni nn mwtfrritutitly the rfult of th Wtun tliov nr- Irrttnbln and fpTprhli noinetlmps rrarltiK food and niitlni raveiioul nifnin riifuiinirulilhoniiiUit IdIiik rciitlonjli in uletP inoiiiliiu nml Krlndliitf thotcoOi then bonxnurcd tlioc ynijitoms uu Indlrntiuiu or 1 - 4 AFESTQCrS MTA1IM311K01SJ7 Itlsnown nrlvf appointments West Liberty rem SRTT Since that grand old man ic noblest Human of them nil declines to begubernato Tiully gulled into the JVmo c ratio nomination on the Ohio iS Into ticket it looks as though Congressman Oanprkli will 5earry the flag 11 Maj A T Wofid Ueptiblienn candi j date for Atty Genl addrestsod u few of tho faithful here yetorday Jlis speech was a fairsamnlcof Bepublicati uuinjinigu bick j i prsonallv popular balderdash hero but we hold him like weilo the lest of mankind fiunds in peace enemies in war ami he must share the fate of his associates West Libert v Gem Â¬ I Senator AjjLKX 0 U hum ma n positively declines to be the Democratic candidate for wovornpr of Ohio and requests his friends to keep his name from before tho nominating convention LoohT OptiOm question nt tho Hon W O Unulley Itepublican can diditte for CJovcruor poke ton verv large audience at the court house laM ednes Mr Uradlev was very hoato and day announced when lie took the stand that ho would not make i speech on account of his condition but he wont from one subject to another until he had consumed Jlo made an hour and a half of time i ftrniijr appeal to the ex Federal boldior nnd made n convincing argument in be half of Federal nid lie tickled the crowd with many amusing anecdotefl and Haunted tho old sanguinary garments a little IonUwillo Kuloi prise N and we will 1 you free something of great value and imporianee to ou that will start vou in husines wbieli will bring ou in more moriev right away than anything Anvone can do the work else in the world and live at home Vither cex all age- jsome tliiiiL new that iuM eoins money fur all workers We will start jou lapital not needed Tins h ie m llie ueiiuine iinpur llnisi who an taut chituen of u litetiui ambition and emupining will in t delay Vddre s in r v Co tiriiud oitltlt free Aucusta Maine 1 - MONEY send Cut this i ut tirfl uiliindrrttood and when vonntliaToreallv hern tho raiuo Hliai IwenprovrtJ hoyondcnvP that worm iHHivui iui iiiirwiu hiiiTiuiiiru pi ronLfl Bpciaiiy inof nrrit wno in i mi iiuuiiui ixii Ihflrulilldrvncnnnut i bo too obrvlufrortlujraf tymptomi ptforwtforimiiurjly a art iiiorp coiihih mii with tlirj vU thin tviiihyiii ironi incmoMi iiciicnir initini uy inoiuniiy iimmh II lrannciKKkM vrilllir iif uenmiynim uprniiiv 1llin lotanodo not htSitatO to rtvommoild it Ihd llsn It In thplr nrnrtlro nnd inilivnf tho mnvt xinlnynt nf tllH profpion from nil tmitu of tbn country tcxtlfr to Its uniform bupcpm In f irst It novor faljJ It lias frr- a iaio pnrtrniivp not pnpvtintr tnn raaso or tliu UlUf nnd lurco oimntltii KiTrn ro rnunrvn iiiniiT nf w hum rrwdlchnrtfiMlandlinnidlntorllif nlTonlisl Ount riutlon mut houtinl by cmy IlirchniT t Jiiilirp In onnno and foixniiiltippvpry bottlohn Imyxof It Tho Itnplo nninf of KilNKTorK I not miitlvlfnt lln miist looU clooly and ert fully to wc thnt tliu lnltlaU ore D A Fiikhtock and bo tl worms Muiy a lialnlnsB child hM Ihmmi laid In i In Rraviv when tliu IntiMKl illwH winch bpcti It ilouth lint in VEE1MIFU nAVKt1 llnWArD Co Mo Co iVfiMirff lhlin 1 I IllHi WliU mtmm l Manufaeturersaiid hob sale liealersin CjOirpritooE JlP Hirlnc nwsl the oriplnul B A rnlinrlfxU V rml- pome of that mot PtPPlIont iiMlr ll A Knhnintoflcn VrnnlfiiBu and found It to taao In my practice for many M nrs I Imvpiiv lift hnvptiiodiririil efftst 1 think jour iprmlfUKO can tinry in recommrndlni It ni n remtdy which In miff rtllalle nnd riclent in nil ciki h whero a vrnilfniu I n i uiLiy oiHiiixintLHi wuu in any inmu Yours A i j TIlOS II HAKDY M 1 nwdou CO SCHWARTZ Ktfsbnrft Pa Solo Prop lors lldllllllK J n lir imittiMt r Rehwirtifc I ll Kw haruurvl lt wnuuiilunitn bafKoXVco IHvAlKU IN Â¬ Boots Shoes AND g WAC O A GENERAL MERCHANDISE 1IAZKI KKIUS CONSTANTLY JUKBN K1WTUU1CY ON HANI ML Sterling will vote on the oloufcian August i Democratic papers mutinuo to publish No 01 1 Main Slreot 10 Uitniinor til tho story that nftor Jen Giants Hiiiiu Louisville Ky Boston Muss tlcnoral Uuckner uinl trotibliiK in 180 fiopt him ii check for 200011 which lit Y have hereloforc contra accepted dieted this statenuMit nnd wo ngiitn any J B Blloprosontod there not a word of truth in id ll i a mean and shiimoless lie Invented mid Bltiuklmrn dcHingcd to lnako capital for Huckunrnl 1UII AHNOKTIUINT OF ly Staplo and Fnnoy Dry Goods Roncly mnclo Clothing Hnts Cape Boots Shoos Quoonswnro Tlnwaro Hardwaro Table and Pooket Cutlery Grooor log Stovow um rrming Implomonts touulr uaUv k In fud IvoryililiiK Alio will mku in fMilianue Iroduow mui llv Stouk of rr in it ilrMiu r uoiry utoru iud rtt lUHTOM JHUMW tiomU nr In imyuuMit i uiiy doln din tiif u klmU t wvvrv degrljUiiu fvrx 7 B5t 18 Proprietary Medicine A visit to Dr Grcena Laboratory at Woodbury N J has considerably cliang I cd our views and especially our proiu ices regard to what is generally blinUll no wnummu A 4lftfc ilLVUIWU1 StltlHurl Tntit XTiillnin11 vi Of course- we are getting to that age in life when we are forced to conclude life to u jiuuiuug iiuu uuwuruuy uio- i i aH uiiyuuiig aI a wis not wiuisioou f ot MBit uun I lioniL a IonS n1 tried experiences pysician I liad the curiosity to know ow sucti a alo of two medical picpara- tions could bo sustained for so mauv years The nei feet system upon whicl the business is conducted and the pliar maceutical arrangement for the manufact ureof the two recipes with which we were made acquainted are sufficiently cou vincing to us that the Auoust FIXVER 1 - MU1Plfc - v i LV t i vt HE a HERALD Ha a lareer Stock Sates Last Wednesday The sales considering Were busy grain and at this place Inst Wcdneadav the fact that many farmers harvesting sonic threshing others laving by corn were Smitk P Kerr 17hMhbsssbII J J 1 1 t1 i ill 11 i f Y ju t W t Mnnufactuicrof ireulntion in the mountains Eastern Kentucky than anv paper in o flflsssssaujISnHI Full Mate and iiicnjhatits and otheri winhIiiL d Willi nlliiiwliiil Bust Grades rrtm PssssslsssnKflETeKBsssssmaSivn 11 Ctswl- i JIULA PUIll Ifllllll Klllll v llhlliit bt mm iuc tin1 trad h tht subjoined tntl it TllK 111kst aiivkiitiSmi mi iJium wel ns wiU Mist Ono vokc if three year old steers Advertising Dntn LJUawJBS3sssssttlJwasssLa 7l inci csilUUUCd weiKlH DC- advertisements 7r cents an Iuiiiiiui 1 oni i u reaction orer inch llr t iiiMrtion JW cents an inch fn jig ioui pounds wnien is live cents per pound The total sales AND DKALKIt IK each Kubsequent insertion A DvrirriHKM KNTS STAX JIN tinted and this we reiterate 00 inches 1 year1500 is a mighty good showing considering inch year 1 year L incite 000 ri incliOH 1 vear I7o0 the attendant circumstances Hazel t inches year 1200 0 inches 1 year -- 000 Oreen is month bv month becoming tho WINOIII58TBR KY Speeial rales on larger advertisements local notices oe a line with 5 per cent oft most popular market in Eastern Ken tucky and farmers have found that they fur Ion time asssaaVvIvVvxtJSTVBrU vftsl and death notices free tri get good prices for their stock and save r3rMarriae tion in Crado and Pricess butc of roped and obituaries cents a the annoyance of driving forty miles line all further Not only is it of advantage to r 1 Announcements of eundidutus for the farmer to sell here but the buyer ior dyspepsia ana1T uompiamts iivcr ttate or District olliccs 10 County otfices very frenuentlv secures a sufficient sun- - and Uoscinis German- Svkup for HAZEL UltKKK KYV aro Solo Aconts for Katern Kfcntucky a T rP Xr 1 T A us calls on persons to become caadldates r and their answer 5 cents a liue Payable ply to nistifv him in drivinc elsewhere mroai ami Lung J roubles were tor tne O 1 LV T UAJ for KEKItS ItOlLKR folM FJOUlt and carry a largo sup having a good bunch is enabled to sell complaints they are recommended most ply of the following brands lKRHKtTlOJf Wheat Extract WlHTK PKAltL Patent Holler inariably in advance hfMr tluiTi if lu Iwifl ntilv it fmv Put excellent renieilics and rnilv rctrret that Magxoma Pollcr Fancy Silvku Lake Jtoller Family fllomc Sunerfine unon which SPEXCFU COOPER au ura much of uur practice medical ethics j they wdl piote prices aud deliver at Harel Orccn or Kothwell Station Hera ln predicted the success of these mom wuu- irom jiroscruuug saics aim as spoKesmnn lias maintained prevent EIGHTEEN Mien GARRISON HE SELLS CHEAP tnat success and nursed it Have the i out uiaKing tne lormuias puuiic farmers and others thus benefitted been we were shown the creat quantity of PROFESSORSas true tons Alas No I While some voluntary letters having been forwarded j I A UD WAKE QUEEN6WARE G AND urcen irom an par us ot tne country of them have appreciated our work in INSTRUCTORS STOVES their behalf by supporting us with their and irom all classes ot people lawyers Agricultural niul Hcehnnlcal Bclotitlilc KiiKlncorltitf - Clanslonl Jsormnl fjohool CUTLERY TINWARE Â¬ subscription many others borrow and ministers and doctors giving a descripJMUUnry Tnctlvs Ooiiiiuuroliil mul llcimratirj- Conrscn f Httuly MVMMC TKrWLILK read the paper Even its bitterest ene- tion of their ailments testimonials of COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION MT STERLING jiiOly KV mies love the feast its columns furnish their cures etc I feci like endorsing Fall term begins Skit 11 1S87 For Catalog ill and other information addresa and satiate their appetites with its news Dr Greens suggestion that tho GovernJAMES IS lMTTKKSOX Jh I loxliiKton Kontucky je202n CURRENT TOWN AND ICOUNTY NEWS nuggets Every man in this section owes ment accept such valuable formulas aud us liis support for in the past we have license them for general use by giving stood by them we arc doing so in the protection to the inventor same as pa Â¬ A large number of our citizen attended the big barbecue at West Liberty hint iresent aud in the future we shall not tents generally Copied from N Y nil them As before stated our opinion Druggists Circular for October Friday may not in many instances accord with WHOLESALE DEALERS IN The following arc the registers at tho Rev Eugene P Mickel will preach at the views of others but the mountain people are our people we love them Pieratt House the Presbyterian church in this place on S M Neel Shelbyville I ono and all above all others and we next Tuesday night M U Andsrson Spartanburg S C should like them to reciprocate by deed J R Turner Mt Sterling No Morgan Easterling of the Pension that Tun HeriiiI is their paper 4 O H Duty Ak mv whole time in oeetmled with oilier Department Washington was visiting his matter what your religious creed or poduties 1 offer for sale at private contract S K Ford New York brother Tommie of this ofllce hiat week litical convictions The Herald is your my farm S Prichard Baltimore is for tho mountain people J friend it AND A T Wood Mt Sterling Rev John I Rogers last week brought against the field in any emergency and Henry Wood to this office a twig containing thir- you should be its friend Get your S Davis Morgan county or if desired will add 05 acres more to it teen good izcd apples It was taken neighbor to take it Convince him of Said fiirin i situated in lark county Ky f torn a tree in the orchard of Mrs S S Taulbee Campion Nan- - his duty and he will take it We must t lt miles cast of Winchester on the t k V L P Sanders Richmond pull together and pull with a will until in Knsu Railroad There is a llaf station at the lot W W Bright we plant this section and our people THIRD HACE Is UNION STREETS gate 100 yards from the house and a side S G Sample Ezel The cane of the Commonwealth against upon that plane where she is entitled to track about 100 yards below the lot gate Frank Sample and wife Ezel Louis Taulbee pending in the Wolfe place But we started to report the There is a eomforliible dwellim house iood tobacco barn stock barn and other build- aCly J C Clark Mt Sterling Circuit Court on a change of venue from stock sales and here they are furnished ings upon the place Tuo tood ponds and Wm Clark IJreathitt county was continued on ac- Â¬ by Phatty Piratt the accommodating several pprings furnish water for all pur 1 L Rowland Salyervillo count of the ab ence of important Com- Â¬ auctioneer TAMES P PANT pose About 2i acres is virgin soil and 1 yoke J J Bvrne Frenchburg monwealth witnesses lobt Murphy to J M Iloie WJTii Tin except 20 acres none of the place has been 3 year old sieers 70 00 F M Thomas Ezel jnltivatcd for 20 venr it is one of the G Steele Mt Sterling The Superintendent of Public Instruc- Geo Buchanan to Frank Sample BEST tilt ASS FAItMM IN ClAPK and 01 7 yoke year old steers tion announces that the common school Tom limram to ieo Fiuchaiian 1 there is enough timber on it to fence it for I bin R M Pieratt Democratic candi 01 20 j ears will sell it at a baiguin Any per capita for the next year will be 110 07 5n yoke cattle The census shows 0 11 Mo white children Miles Linden to date for the Senate in the 81th district one wishing to pnichnv a pmd and cheap M Koe li Jl vear Chirk will d home ex of the school nge an increase of 10G57 old steers CO 4i 00 will address the people at the following amine inthis farm beforewell to call andelse W S junchasinj II Pierutt to Saaford Davis times and places to wit and 171M colored children an increase John DKALJitS IX where For further iiartieulais address 100 00 hor c Stanton Wednesday July 20 t of 4300 inv vv t Jw or S S Taulbee to Sanfotd Davis 103 Clay City Thursday duly 21 SPENCEB COOPER IIlael Urccn Ky 178 25 sheep Cornwelf Friday July 22 Who tied that Crape on the Door jeSim J T l Day to Sanford Davis 70 and Dem Good Ole Days two popuCorner PearlMid Vino Frenchburg Saturday July 2 13S 2 head of sheep lar pieces of music by Will S J lays L i Stamper to Fourth precinct Wolfe count vMon- T A F Day 1 2 vear old steers have reached this office The publishers 30 00 day July 2o Mire to 1 15 Murphy calf 50 are Rogers Tuley Co Louisville and W Holly precinct hlkins store Tuesday Will always be found icady to attend to the the price only ten cents each Send for David Rose to Mr Wells I eow and July 20 at 10 oclock A M wants of the pakrons of the house Thank Â¬ Lfi 00 calf them if you wirh to keep pace with the David Stdlwater Tuesday July 20 at L i M ful for past patronage you aro invited to W lieasley 1 eow at i oo to Ror time- can anu see us wlien in tlie city aud Uncle Hazel Green Wednesday July 27 W Heasley to cow 20 00 MAYTOWN KENTUCKY Mm Flint promisea to put on Ida best pood Walnut Grove Thursday July 28 A syrup madn of a pound of white looks when waiting upon you all Urn West Liberty Friday July 2i 701 Li Total Migar to a pint of vinegar is said to be a Speaking at 1 oclock i m except at ure cure for the severest case of flux in Curo for Rhoumatiam mucins store Kite Pollard eight hours time and we give it out Mr E W Brown Republican nominee A correspondent of the English leaders that they may give it a trirl If chanic says Let all of ours is invited to bo present and a divison Doie promptly and in workmanlike manItnporterH and Wholesale Dealers in was recently tried at Lexington when flux the following My wife has su fibred oc of time will be uiven him ner were epidemic and it proved an inlalla casionally with rheumatism in her feet ble remedy Breck Combs sheriff of Breathitt with painful wellinir completely takimr her on her feet for many days at a time county was jn town Monday night en Thoe of our farmers who were fortu- Â¬ The following remedy was recom route to Frankfort with Sampson Had- nate enough to put out a patch of tobacco this fccason will strike it rich Reports mended recently and tried and took dix sentenced to tho penitentiary for Kor salo cheap for cash Come aud thirteen from all over the country indicate that away the agonizing pain in less than fif- Â¬ Collins years for murder and James see us V W MANKKU one year for hog stealing Manager the crop will not be over one third of teen minutes and she can noyr walk very an average and as manufacturers have fairly and in a couple of days she will Old man Henry of worked up theirsupply the raw material be able to button her boots and walk ninety one years of Vincel grand Campton age father of without a slick or crutch now being raised will command good All persons uaiitiuir blacksmlthing of any One quart of milk quite hot into Robt Flswick of this place was thought fall prices this next to be dying on Monday evening last or all kinds wagons made or repaiied bug Northwest corner Pearl andt which stir one ounce of alum this makes ics spring wagons plows stocked cutting Rev MrThdnr of the M 10 Church curd and whey Bathe the part allected Walnut Streets The trial of James Buchanan for the colters turning plows repaired plows made South requests us to state that a pro with the whey until too cold In the and laid hoes mattocks and horses shod tracted meetimr will commence in the meantime keep the curd hot and after murder James W Ross on the first day in the best style call ou nG ttttV M E Church at this place on duly 2f bathing put tnem in a poultice wrap of April last was begun at Campion on TYLER k DAVIS Hazel Jreen Ky Aioudav Miss Molly Merriman the ladv evangel Â¬ in flannel and go to sleep you can ist will be here and invites the preachers Three applications should be a perfect Floyd Day loft bore last Saturday to of the district to conu aud help hold the cure even in aggravated cases RICHARD HANKS CO attend the stock sales at Mt Sterling firt lro Ekitr closes his request thus The Combs House at Campton an and went from there to Cincinnati on ARTISTIC May the blessings of God attend this advertisement of which will be found in business meeting and this town our paper is one of the best hotels in Robt Elswiok of this place had a fine Since the i t Monday in March last Eastern Kentucky and is kept by one of cow to fall into a spring and kill pat when Circuit Judge Hcnrv C Lil- Â¬ the cleverest gentlemen J ho good land Monday night ly started on hi lound there has been lady however is the one who deserves herself on MAKERS twenty nine persons convicted of felony the attention for she it is who prepares Jimmie Swango on Monday last com HAZEL GREEN KY Twenty four of the vituals and supervises the in door in this judicial district The tables is supplied menced teaching the J tod River school Are prepared to make to order in a superior them were r culcticcd to the penitentiary management in this county H B Vt0 F three appealed and two made their es with the best the rooms and beds are style and on short notice Ladies and iontb Fine Shoes and Boots in lutuntstylcs and This is the best clean and everything is in apple pie order cape before sentence Mr Hinklo of Bourbon accompanied of best material Repairing will receive record for puni hing crime ever made by There are twenty four rooms modernly by hisnonhow arrived at Swango Springs prompt attention and prieeiroii all work lie and furnished and everything appertaining a circuit judge in Eastern Kentucky Sunday reasonable Call and ncc us to a first class establishment is there to last Wolfe county is yet to hear from p271y CUMMINS SON be found except an elevator and the proDr F M Thomas of Ezel was in Geo TV Harper the gentlemanly Re prietor will introduce that to the first afilr R TUGGLE ceiver and Superintendent of the Ken man who misbehaves or fails to pav his town Monday en route to Campton WITH tucky and South Atlantic railway lias bill When you want the full worth of Charley Willi r is now writing in the T j laced u undir obligations for a copy of your money stop with S S Combs at county Jtenc s G Co oisice at Lampton the Headlight published at Cincin Campton Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in TOUIIKKH OK In it railroad nati in the filtered of John S Amyxis teaching school at Our friends far and near who have we find an elegant picture of Eugene especially Marshal in Bath county Boys ancli Zimmerman the young railroad king known us long and well aud n Wi aud 7 WES T IEARI KTUKITT j jit luwland of Salvorville was railroad tnose witu wiiom we nave turn iocui c n lie is president of two or three of several mce we joined the Benedcts twelu- j town iIMt week CINCINNATI OHIO onipanies and i ea and others among the former beinvt the K years sincebe surprised our wifes relni aud no doubt de 7 J V S A TRADERS DEPOSIT DANK from Kothwell to Mt Sterling tions will Iliiilap TT Ilnrrett P lighted to hear that our better scvctitnen o he is intorc ted in many Resides the twontieths and our self have been pre other enterprises sunted with twins A pretty pair and MT STERLING KY A rumor Oiues to us that a woman art ho near alike that 110 one can lis- 111111 111111 and child were found dead in the woods iiiitjiiimi in iiiL 11 iniiKn WHULtSALfc ft 1 rt f 1 ri i rtYTT Vine Street 1 I bout six mile from Kreiichburg one However dear friends do not gut excit- - j I 1 1 They are onl oil twin cueiimbersj Manufacturers of i day last week A few nights before a IHGSTAFF Presldont fl U woman a child and a man htopned over presented us by bv Mr Joe Clark of I M aJOIv J iiLht at IJrik llolcns Tin child was this place who will iihinsii neccit tlinnku W W THOMSON Cashier nearly naked and Mi Rolen gave it a for same Vfl lt and iHk wore 11 RECTO KS When found the bodlc present VATT ca ilicvt I nave the excliulvu nu In Wolle ami ANP PKWrWtS in-linore nionoy for TillV11113 tiling i lmont workwirldtin tliatt at lift appcaraiico of having Ixou dead td Jamiih Cnoiut tuirrouudluK ooiiutles of the Ecltpnw Hewing SADDLERY HAftDWARE in the Aaunrv Vmxn not V Uauiul two or tlireo days and wore iinrocngniza Mnehluu It Inn niKilirtf you Hreniurfedfreo Both hx Dont buy uu 728 mul WOW Mniii tin mpud all w bo oxTopt bv tho drew upon the child 111 you haw Keen it You will liiul tlnt Bin St J T UinuhAKi Dr U H Diiakh Any oan cmii dv the vork Iloliii Jdiiuo viirnlnw mira from llrnt itrt Ooitly uliloli win Idoiitllled by Mi nirSllr t lie clitmpoit and boit outfits und eriHK free lhultr M Uelny LOUJSVILFK KY Ttl0HIlHIIUuit la tllHt iMitll wr iiiur you nolhlMg yvur iUiittsH1 J Paihh Baonuvllle by the limn am thu utlnrltivJ l ired l lug him rllnpreintml by itcili KUNKISMY OLD IMIKlt FOJi flAMi lit tlili midj And out If yua lo mud i om wtff tlv nrd nre wIm Travgllnif PaUrfimui e bun 10 LVut4 lOD ly i Jll I of ii - i I gsa apgaiMTjaHai m mm tlii c 1 1 1 llf Grain Feed 1 i -- Cunranteo Satisfac at times -- irni it V Â¬ ir State ColleiT of Hen - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 te FOR SALE ps Fan LOUIS STIX C0 Â¬ lit t4 Â¬ Containing 145 Acres NOTIONS Cincinnati Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Old Reliable Hat House Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ DICKINSON f Gloves Umbretjlas Etc CIKCnWATI 0 Â¬ 1 1 J S 1 nil ill Co Grinding and Sawing 170801 WOOL CARDING Â¬ Flour Meal Feed and Lumber Queeiisware Glassware Lamps q NOTICE Decorated Dinner Tea and Chamber Ware CINCINNATI Â¬ 11 Â¬ it iii Cunmrins Son K WHOLESALE Â¬ S Hi No 29 Vine Street Â¬ Â¬ i CINCINNATI J F Ringgold Abe Bloch Mens Youths Co vice-pre-ide- - lr Boots and Shoes Clilldrons nt TTrrr DUNLAP BROSiCO J 1 1 ir Jd 1 122 I MUllUluI JM iSaddlery Hainess c Cincinnati c ii pr o Wi g til H4 H M fit J IV 5 iti i Pfc r 1L t Tho Httlo oboj aro thrown who through tholr sharpness of Intellect clothes now aro made more dungorous Thy use tholr out in tho great cold world Thoy aro lino penmnnship in signing other pooplon shivering on tho brink llko lambs on the Tho Stroot a Poor School In nnmoA and their Pdenco in ingenious vorgo of a precipice Doos not your blood burglaries and their lino manners in run cold as they go ovor it f Which to Bring Up Children And here is another group that como on adroit libertinism They go thoir round VUU 1V of sin with well cut npparol and dangling bUlfUlU tltii j1 lllll VJ rPln n- V flu fill jewelry aud watches of clghteon karats dren of besotted parents I hoy aro worse Tho Dnwnwnril Courwo of Ynutli 31 nut Uo Cliftltoil Sermon by Kuv T UeWilt and Itid gloves They aro roilned edu Â¬ off than orphans Look at that palo cheek cated magnillcont villains Hut that is woe bleached it Lookatthat gash across Hliiiugo I 1 the exception It is generally the caso that tho forehead tho father struck it Hear the criminal classes aro as ignorant as thoy that hoarl plcrcing cry a drunken moth Tho tort of Rov aro wicked Biiookitx I say ers blasphemy compelled it And wo For T Do Witt Talmago morning go into the prisonstho proof of what this O ye suffering and the penitentiaries como out und wo say Anil tho men of tho city snld unto and look upon tho men and women incar- Â¬ peeled and blistered ones we come to help was ISlishn Behold 1 pniy thoo tho situation Too late cry thousands of voices dishonesty the eye tho you pf this city is pleasant as my Lord sooth cerated The the lip aro innot moro conThe path we travel is steep down and low passion in but ttic water is naught and the ground spicuous than the ignorance in tho foro- - wo cant stop Too late And we catch barren And ho said Bring mo a new head Tho ignorant classes are always our breath and wo make a terrific outcry cruse and put salt thoroiu And thoy tho dangerous classes Demagogues mar Too late is echoed from tho garret to brought it tohim And ho wont forth unto shal them They urc hclmless and aro the cellar from the gin shop and from tho tho spring of tho wators and cast the salt driven before the gale Too late brothel It is too lato aud in thoro and said Thus said the Lord I It is high time that all city and State au- they go ovor have healed these waters thoro shall not thority as well as tho Federal Govern Hero is another group an army of bo from thence any more dearth or barron ment apprcciato tho awful statistics that neglected children Thoy come on toward land Ho tho wators wore healed unto while years ago in this country there wns tho brink and every timo they step this day II Kings ii 1J til Dr Talmago sot apart forty eight millions of acres of thousand hearts break Tho ground ten is said land for school purposes thoro aro now in red with tho blood of their feet The air is to estimate how much of It is difficult groans Their ranks aro Now England ono hundred and ninoty onc heavy with tho prosperity and health of a city are de thousand people who can neither read nor being filled their up from all the houses of inTho timo pendent upon good water write and in tho Skeleton Despair of Pennsylvania iquity and shame when through wcll laul pipes and from two hundred und State two thousand pushes them ou toward tho brink The twenty safo reservoir an abundance of water who can noithor read nor write and in death knell lias already begun to toll and or the Stato from Crolon or ftidgowood New York two hundred and tha angels of God hover like birds over Schuylkill is brought into tho city is ap Â¬ forty ono of VVhilo thousand who can neither road tho plunge of a cataract propriately celebrated with oration and nor write while in tho United States there children are ou the brink they haltthoso and pyrotechnic display Thank Uod every are nearly six millions who cairueither throw out their hands and cry Help day for clear bright beautiful sparkling read nor write to stag- help Oh Church of God will you help wator as it drops in tho shower or tosses ger and confound Statistic enough any man who loves his Men and women bought by the blood of up in tho fountain or rushes out of the Uod and his country Now in view of tho Son of God will you help while hydrant this fact I am in favor of compulsory edu- Christ cries from the Heavens Save them The Uity of Jorlcho notwithstanding all cation from going down 1 am tho ransom its physical and commercial advantages When parents aro so bestial as to nog I stopped on the street and just looked was lacking in this important element lect this duty to tho child I say the law at tho face of one of those littlo ones There was enough wator but it was dis with a strong hand at tho same time with Have you tho eased and the people wore crying out by rea a gentle hand ought to load the little ones neglected ever examined poor faces of tho children of the Othorchil son thereof Klishn tho Prophet comes to thu j out into tho light of intelligence aud good dren havo gladness in their faces Whou a rescue Jet mo a new cruso morals It was a beautiful tableau when group of them rush across tho road it lie says fill it with salt and bring it to mo So in our city a swarthy policeman having seems as though a spring gust had un the cruso of salt was brought tlte prophet picked up a lost child in tho street was loosed an orchard of applo blossoms and 1 seo him walking out to tho general found appeasing its cries with a stick of But these children of tho poor reservoir and he takes that salt and candy he had bought at the apple stand but little ring in their laughtor Thero is throws it into the reservoir and lol all the That was well done and heart if ally done stops quick as though somo bitterand itÂ¬ mem impurities depart through a supernatural Hut oh these thousands of little ones ory tripped Thoy have an old walk it and divine influence and tho waters are through our streets who are crying for They do not skip or run up on tho lumber good and fresh and clear and all the poo- tho bread of knowledge and intelligence just for the pleasuro of leaping plo lap their hands and lift up their faces Shall wo not give it to them Tho officers down They never bathed in tin in gladness Water for Jericho clear of tho lawought to go down into the cellars mountain They never waded stream j bright beautiful Uodgivon water They never and up into tho gnrros and bring out in the brook for pebbles At different times 1 have pointed out to thoso benighted littlo ones and put them chased tho butterfly across the lawn putyou tho fountains of municipal corruption under educational influences aftor thoy ting their hat right down where it was and this morning I proposo to show you havo passed through tho bath and under just before Childhood has been dashed what arc tho means for tho rectiilcation the comb putting boforo them thu out of them Waut waved its wiard of thoso fountains Thoro arc four or five and teaching them to read tho wand above the man cor of their birth and kinds of salt that have a cleansing ton- on tho withered leaves are lying whore Uod in Lords doncy So far as Uod may help mo I shall Mount Iraycr and the Sermonin spirit tended a budding giant of battle Once Blessed aro tho poor bring a cruso of salt to tho work and kingdom of Heaven Uur in a while one of these children gets out is for empty it into tho groat reservoir of munie- - city theirs totho bo father and mother both to Hero is one for instance At ten years of ought ipul crime sin aud shame ignorance and thoso outcast littlo ones As a recipe for age ho is sent out by his parents who say abomination Here is the basket now go off the euro of much of tho woe and want and to him In this work of cloansing our cities I crime of our city I givo tho words which and beg and steal I Tho boy says Siavo first to remark that there is work for They kick him into a Thorwaldsen had chiseled ou tho open cant steal the broom and shovel that nothing else scroll in tho hand of the statue of John corner That night ho puts his swollen can do Thoro has always been an intimato Gutenberg but a voice tho Inventor of tho art of head into the straw connection between iniquity aud dirt Tho printing Courage comes from Heaven saying Let there bo light illthy parts of tho great cities aro always Covering up his head Still further Reformatory societies aro poor boy courage tho most iniquitous parts Tho gutters from tho bostiality and stopping his ears aud tho pavements of the Fourth Ward an important element in the rectification from tho cursing lie gets on up better and calling Without Wow York illustrate aud symbolize tho of tlio public fountains I refer espe better He washes his faco clean at the oharaclorof tho people in tho Fourth Ward any oftothem by name rocognio more phys Â¬ public hydrant With a few pennies got thoso which the Tho first tiling that a bad man does cially at running errands he gets a bettor coat ho is converted is thoroughly to ical as well as tho moral woe of tho Hough men knowing that he comes from whon world Thoro was pathos and a groat deal wash himself There wore this morning Hack with you you of common senso in what the poor woman a low street say on tho wuy to the dilToroutchurohcs thou Â¬ said to Dr Guthrio when ho was tolling littlo villain to the place where you came sands of men in proper apparel who beUod from But that night tho boy says fore their conversion were unlit In their hor what a very good woman she ought to help me I cant go back and quicker -- Sabbath dress When on tho Suhhath I be Oh she said if you were as hungry than ever mother flow at tho cry of a and cold as I am you could think of noth seo a man uncleanly in his dros my sus I believe tho great want of our childs pain tho Lord responds from tho picions in regard to his moral character ingolse Courage poor boy courage to Heavens uro aroused and thoy aro always well city is tho Uospol and something in- His bright face gets him a position After Faith and repentance are of eat founded So as to allow no excuse for a while he is second clerk Years pass lack of ablution Uod has cleft tho conti- Â¬ finite importance but thoy can not satisfy on and ho is first clerk Years pass on nents with rivers aud lakes aud has sunk an empty stomach You havo to go forth The glory of young manhood is on him livo groat ocean and all the world ought in this work with tho bread of eternal life Ho comes into the He goes on from u to bo clean Away then with tho dirt in your right hand aud tho bread of this one business succe t to another Ho has from our cities not only beeauso the phys- life in your left hand and thon you can achieved great fortune Uo is tho friend ical health needs an ablution but because touch them imltatmg tho Lord Jesus of tho Church of God tho friend of all ull tho great moral and religions interests Christ who first broke tho broad and fed good institutions and ono day he stands tho multitude in tho wilderness and then of tho cities demand it as a positive necestalking to tho Board of Trail o or Chamber recogniing the fact that of sity A lilthy city always has been and began to preacharo Do you Pooplo say Commerce while pooplo will hungry they always will be a wicked city know who that is Why that is a merchant will not ro and they Through tho upturning of tho earth for not listen ou Elm stroot lie pent Wo want moro common sense in prince andsays was born great improvement our city could not bo in regard to him someBut Uod These are expected to bo as clean as usual but for tho distribution of our charities fewor thing better than that tho illimitable dirt of Brooklyn for the magnificent theories and moro hard work thoy which camo out of great tribula Still further the great remedial inllu tion and had their rolies washed and made last six mouths there is uo excuse It is encoistho Gospel of Christ Tako that white in the blood of the Lamb O for not merely a mat or of dust in tho eyes mud for the ithoo and stench for tho down through tho lanes of su feting Tako some one to write the boy heroes and girl and that down amid tho hovels of sin Take that heroines who have triumph 1 ovor want nostrils but of morals for tho soul Another corrective iullueuco that we up amid tho mansions and palaces of your and starvation and tilth and rags Yea would bring to oear upon tho evils of our city That is the salt that can cure all tho the record has already been made made groat cities is a Christian printing press poisoned fountnira of public iniquity Do by the hand of God and when thvse shall throe Tho nowapapers of any plaeo aro tho test you know that In this cluster ofBrook- Â¬ come at last with songs and rejoicing it will take a very broad banner to hold the of ita morality or immorality Tho nows- - cities New York Jersey City aud boy who runs along tho stieet with a roll lyn theroaw a great multitude of homeless names of all the battle tiolds on which thoy You see I speak moro in regard got tho victory of newspapers under his arm is a tremon children to tho youth and tho children of tho countlous forco that can not bo turned aside Somo years ago a rough clad raggodboy nor resisted and at his evory step try because old villains are seldom re- came into my brothers ottlce in New York ho city is olovatod or degraded This formed und therefore I talk moro about and said Mr Talmago lend mo live dol Who are you My brother said hungry all devouring American mind must tho littlo ones lars Thoy sloop undor tho stoops in tho Tho boy replied bavo something to road aud upon editors lam nobody Lend mo What do you want to do and authors and book publishers and pa- burned out safe In tho wagons In tho llvo dollars Well tho boy rerents and toachors rest tho responsibility streets on tho barges whorover thoy can with live dolars of what thoy shall road Almost every get a board to covor them And in tho plied my mother is Kick und poor and I man you moot has a book In his hand or a summer thoy sleep all night long in tho want to go into tho newspaper business nowspapor in his pockoL What book is it parks Their destitution Is well set forth and I shall get a home for her and I will My brother gave htm tho you lmvo In your hand I What nowspapor by an incident A city missionary asked pay you back Whoro is your homo ono of them five dollars of coursi never expecting to It you havo in your pocket is I dont havo no home sir When will you see It again but ho said Ministers may preach reformers may Said ho Well where aro your father and pay it J The boy said I will pay It in plun philanthropists may toil for tho olo Did They aro dead sir mother I Time wont by aud ono months sir vatlou of tho suiTorlng and tho criminal No 1 six you ever hear of Jesus Christ dav a lad camo into my brothers but until all tho newspapers of tho land Did Theres your llvo doloffice and said and all tho book sellers of tho land sot dont think I ovor heard of Him Yos lvo hoard you over hear of Uod J What llvo What do you moan thomaolvos against an iniquitous lltora lars tho poor Somo inquirer my brother Dont turo until then wo shall bo lighting of God lucky of night to people think it dollars say somothlng you remember that a boy came in hero six at against fearful odds Every timo tho kind of qyllndora of our groat publishing houses over about that boforo thoy go to sloop months ago and wanted to borrow live dolHim Think of turn thoy mako tho earth quake From Yos sir lvo heard of in a Christian citya lars to go into tho nowspapor business Oh yes I remember aro you tho hull thorn gooa forth a thought like an nngol of conversation liko that I lmvo got along niceYos ho replied light to food and bloss tho world or like i How many aro waiting for you to como an angol of darkness to snilto it with cor out in the spirit of tho Lord Jesus Christ ly 1 havo got a nice homo for my mother ruptlon ami sin and shame and death and rescuo thorn from tho wretchedness lsho Is sick yot and 1 am as well clothed May Uod and Ills omnipotent Spirit purify hero Oh that tho Church of Uod had as you aro and theres your llvo dollars arms long ovough and hoarts warm Oh was he not worth saving Why that uml oluvato tho American print lug press havo fly such hoys a I go ou further and nay that wo must do i enough to lake them up How many of lad Is worth pend upon thebchool for a groat deal of thorn there aro Ah 1 was thinking of tho sometimes soon mo lug In ologiut clr correcting Influence Community can no subject this morning It Hoomod to mo ns oles nevnr put to any uso for God or more ufTord to havo Ignorant men in Its though thoro was a great brink mid that man Worth saving I 1 go further than midst thiiU it can t afford to liavu uucugod thoso littlo ones with cut and torn foot that and toll you that thoy aro not only worn coming ou toward It And thoro Is a worth saving but they aro being saved itynu Ono of those lads picked up from our lgHorauco la tho molhorof hydra hmidod group of orphans O futhor uml mothers what do you think of thoso fnthorlos and stroots and sent Wont by a benevolent ho crlwui Thirty nno percent tf all tho erhn I am getting No hand at homo cloiywrota Kat saying iHKlt f Naw York Htuto mm neither toad motherless littlo ouotl to tako uaro of tholr ippwrnl no heart to along fhsi rato I am ou probation iti tho wr wrltt liitollwtuul durknoa u gen 1 huli bo outurcd as u I pity thoin HaM ono ilttlo ono whon tho MothodUt Church rally tfc nrtouror of moral ilitrlcno 1 uuvv u uoxi wyuAu euro of uiy I mombur tlw Hi Who will tako men ttiolhur dl4 ttKuod otuluw kttftf Uuutf ur OUIl CITIES s1 I A T - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ j Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ j Â¬ j j i Â¬ j j spoil-ing-boo- k Â¬ j j f Â¬ j Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 11 1 PERSONAL AND LITERARY teach a Sunday school olass af eltten boys I got along llrst rato with it TJiis Louis Jennings lives in stylo near is a splendid country to mako a living ill wltb London has n stiporb library anil g If tho boys running around tho stroot a blacking box on tholr shoulder or bundle collection of rare olchings which ox of paper under tholr arms only know what cites tho envy of expert collectors high old times we boys havo out hero they Queen Mnrgnerita of Italy took wouldnt hesitate about coming West tut pity on tho reporters wlto wcro puz So somo come tho first chance thoy got by one human and Christian visitation and Kling over the toilets at a recent court la bjill at Koine ami dictated to them a some by anothor aro being rescued one reform school through which two description of the handsomest dresses thousand of the littlo ones passed ono She wound tip with the injunction not thousand nino hundred and nincty ilvo to forget her necklace of pearls saying turned out well In other words only llvo for these are the things that especially of tho two thousand turned out bally Thero are thousands of thorn who through interest your lady readers Christian societies have been transplant Â¬ Wilson Waddinghani of New Ha Â¬ ed to beautiful homes all ovor this land ven Conn recently purchased tho An- Â¬ and thero are many who through tho rich tonio Ortiz grant of 163000 acres 6f graces of our Lord Josus Chriht havo ul land situated in San Miguel County ready won tho crown 2s M Mr Waddinghani is said to bo For this vast multltudo aro we willing to the largest landed proprietor in tho go forth from this mornings service aivd see what wo can do employing ali tho world He owns in fee about 1500000 agencies I havo spoken of for the rectifiacres about 500000 acres more than cation of the poisoned fountains J We live are claimed by tho Duke of Westmin- Â¬ in a beautiful city Tho linos havo lallen to us in pleasant places and wc havo a ster John Roach possessed genuine goodly heritage and any man who does not liko a residence in Brooklyn must boa Irish wit When he camo to thi3 most uncomfortable and unreasonable ottntry lie was only lifteon years old man Some time after his arrival ho met ono But my friends tho material pros perity of a city is not its chief glory i of his fathers most intimate friends There may bo lino houses and beautiful who asked him how he was getting streets and that all tho garniture of a j along Getting along1 foine said sepulcher Some of tho most prosperous j Shure when 1 kern to this coun- he cities of the world have gono down not try I hadnt a rag to me back an now one stone left upon another But a city vT i i n J Ill UUUUU ill UHl Will L11UI1I ii bo in ruins long before a tower has may fallen or a column hi3 crumbled or a Mr Alfred Sully who has recently When in a city acquired such sudden prominence in tomb has been defaced tho churches of God aro full of cold form the railroad worm wrote a volume of alities ana inanimate religion wnen tno lti A correspondent houses of commerce aro tho abode of fraud iiu ill in iiio iuuiii mi mis and unholv traftlo when tho streets iwrniKinu uici iu jiin paper Mr Sully is a wid- aro filled with crime Unarrested and sin start in result unenlightened aud helplessness uupiticd ower who sometimes flirts with the that city is in ruins though evory church The types brought it out in were a St Peters and evory moneyed in- I tliis way Mr Sully is a widower stitution woro a Bank of Kuglaud and who sometimes flirts with the nurse every library were a British Museum and every house had a porch liko that of Mrs IJlanchc Hazard the widow Hhoims and a roof like that of Amiens of Samuel Hazard author of Pen aud a tower liko that of Antwerp and rhtuns f Cuba is making a living windows liko thoso ot lreiburg tracer iur iioriiii aim 4iwo uuya uy nor arc in painting on china She recently com- Â¬ NEIGHBORLY ANTS pleted a whole dinner set for the wife Tholr Wonilorrul Knsarcl for Kscli Oth Â¬ of one of the foreign ministers and she ers IVnlfiiro and Safety now has a orders from The Blblo has made anta famous for in- Â¬ Washington for sots of plates Her dustry and foresight and modern natural- Â¬ home is in Gorniantown la Chicago ists find few animals moro worthy of lleralil study Theso insects aro not only surprisingly intelligent but manifest a lively The Mercantile Library in Now regard for each others wolfaro as the fol- Â¬ York City is practically owned and lowing incident well Illustrates It is entirely managed by clerks In order taken from Mr Belts Naturalists iu Nto vote or hold office a member must icaragua Ono day while watching a smill col Â¬ be a clerk or working on a Balary in umn of these foraging ants I placid a littlo some mercantile oilicc Tho library stone on one of them to secure it lln next contains J 17 000 volumes making it that approached as soon as it discovered the fifth largest iu the country First its situation ran back in an agitatod man ner to cominuuicata tho intelligence to tho conies tho Congressional at Washing- Â¬ others They rushed to tho rescue Somo ton second the Uoston Public Library bit at tho stone and tried to movo it and others seized tho prisonor by tho legs and third the Harvard University Chicago Times tugged with such forco that 1 thought its fourth the As tor legs would bo pulled off but thoy pors HUMOROUS I vorod till they got tho captivo free next covered ono up with a pieco of clay A Warning leaving only the ends of his antennae proFull many a man both young anil old jecting It was soon discovered by its Is sent to his sarcophagus follows which set to work immediatoy By pouring water icy cold and by biting oft piocos of tlu clay soon Adown fits warm msophngus liberated it Anothor timo I found a very i Journal of Htcontlructicf of them passing along at intervals I i few A little difficulty be Â¬ Magistrate confined one of theso under a piece of clay at a littlo distance from the line with tween ladies eh Has tho complainant its Itcad projecting Several ants passed boon sworn Plaintiffs Lawyer 11 uub ui ma unu uiauuvcruu n aiiu laii1 i Not yet Magistrate What is to pull it out but could not It immediThe Complainant ately set off at a great rate and I thought your age madam it had deserted its comrade but it had i Nineteen You will Magistrate only gono for nssistanco for in a short j now svvour to toll the tritthnhe whole iimu iiuout a uozen unis camo Hurrying truth etc Philadelphia Cull up evidently fully Informed of thicircum An old lady whose ideas of tho stances of the case for thoy maio direct ly for their imprisoned comraJo and soon electric current are a trifle vajrue sie excitement ana anioi j t j tokgrah1oIo climol ns l1Q Willi which they carried on their untlag- his spurs into the wood ging exortious could not havo baougraat Ji sunk Mister are von ITflll up ptl Yes w u thoy had boon human beings Well if theres a telegraph message from 1113 son Johnny up there just HOME iMPROVEMENT drop it down will ye Im expeetin Itofliiril Sclfliiliiirm Which Must Not Ho of him Golden JJais home Mistaken fur Trim Inlltenrfls The inhabitants of certain of our Eastern Tommy Docs your mother al- Â¬ cities complain that much of tho capital of low you to kiss the nurse girl John- Â¬ their rich mon Is sout away to build up ny O I guess she dont cre Does other cities and States whilo comparative- Â¬ my Hon t think sho yoursJ lorn i ly little is spent at homo for domestic im- Â¬ I never asked hor but youd provement Thero aro many mon and does women iu tho condition of theso Kan torn a died to hear her lay down the law to cities What thoy most ncod is domestic pa when she saw him do it one day an improvement development at homo in the direction of suavity politeness and gener- she lets him do lots o things sho Pittsburgh Dispatch osity Thoy save all their smiles and kind wouldnt let me words for tho storo or for tho companions I hear that Smith is contesting they meet on tho stroot and nro so lavish his wifes will said ono Dakota man of them that thoy have nono left for I dont wifo and children when thoy get to another a day or two ago tho homo at night Thoy aro very gonoroua know how that may be replied the iu treating Tom Dick and Ilarry who other but I am quite suro of ono have uo claim upon them except those of thing Whats that Smith novcr passing acquaintances and are very nig contested his wifes will while sho was gurdly to the old father nd mother or tho unfortunate brother to whom their hoarts alive Ho seems to be getting cour should bo opon After all theirs is no truo ageotts under his sad afllictiou politeness or gonoroslty but only a re Dakota lkll lined selfishness Tho smilo that Is be- Â¬ Janey attaining to tho delightful stowed upon n customer and withhold from promotion of an evenings tho wife is only a bid for trade Tho kind word that greets tho chance acquaintance with her grownup young aunties and not tho old father is only a bid for ami thoir visitor grow expansive in popularity Thero Is no moro genuinonoss the relaxing spirit of tho hour and in in cither than in tho griof of a hired a benevolent burst of confidence im Â¬ mourner But somohow or other such a parted tho intelligence that my mam man does not long decolvoovon this super ficial world of otirs Ho is soon found out ma puts chalk on hoi faco tool thon the veneering is distinguished from tha grown prudent added well just to lolJtn Iiult truo graiu of tho wood keep her face warm you know when is colli Harpers llazar Pitf moment com totous whon wo nro it A lady had in patiently think hor employ an excel- Â¬ unable to work or von of working and when it hooiih us though lent girl who had ono fault her faco all energy were fornvor loat But they wu always grimy Mrs X winning pass off agalu and thoy do it quickly if w to toll her to wash her faoo without determine thoy shall and do our work In otVotiiling her at Inst resorted to strat Â¬ ipiUj of them ihUid rmtyUrUn li Do you know Hrldgot egy hio re Â¬ marked In a conlUlontlul manner Wiikx it nun U IniprftBftlvo and luRuau tUI or good simply by hl prepuce ho Iim that If you wanh your face ovory main tho best attalninoat of which ono U iu hot simp uml water It will mako ymi oupallu United IlubyterUii betmtlfulP Will UP miHWfiriMl tlm wily Nrldgot Sure Its a woiuler Tjkk uwuy love and not phrhl Datum o never irlwd U vYi only but Ih heart of the morAi world riifyiTi Â¬ Â¬ I I I K DoarI Tho Welnj And i Mak Shin 1 Intoo And Make i An en Ant May An An And Mo And Br Toi 1- - i i I I J Â¬ I j 1r 1 half-a-doz- en Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I I J k a rj Â¬ liair-brush-i- ng Â¬ dy umW would ha nwUied tfvutAry b 4 m w mMHi ryrtg JtV j - T X i BELIGIOUS BEADING THE LORDS DAY rather than tho additional wagon that can bo earned also that many direct ors would gladly discontinue Sundaj trains if thoy could Tho samo senti ment prevails among others who art Mi engaged in public industries men say thoy would rejoice if Sunda work could be dispensed with So with express companies that are compelled to deliver baggage on the Sab bath Barbers without exception ex press themselves very strongly in favor of closing all da on Sunday if by any means it could be luadt general Workingmen with few ex ceptions desire the rest and leisure ol tho Sabbath This is tho case in Great Britain A congress of British trades unions was held in 1885 at which n In resolution was passed declaring the opinion of the congress it is uncle sirablo to augment Sunday labor by opening tho National museums and The conclusion from tho galleries That survey of the whole held is nearly all systematic work which is performed in tltis country on the Sab both is personal service re tiered by In other man to his fcllowman words the desecration of the Sabbath is mainly a matter of the personal con venience and pleasure of individuals In justice to the railroads it should be stated that they endeavor to relieve the men as much as possible of Sunday work and they do not compel the work on that day of tho o who object on conscientious scruples Presuming that tho disclosures In this report respecting the observance of the Sabbath in Massachusetts and in other States will hold true generally we reach tho original and the latent strength of the anti Sabbath sentiment Beginning among moral and religious citizens it lias increased until it 1ms reached that point that they counte Â¬ nance and abet the breaking of Sabbath laws by public servants Undoubtedly the foreign element has greatly helped on this movement but let us not lose sight of the fact that this element did not originate the movement Excur Â¬ sions were begun to accomodate tho wishes and convenience of tho o upon whom no necessity was laid And the laboring man had to break the Sab Â¬ Tins dire bath or lose his posision dilemma was laid upon him by his em Â¬ ployer and by tho public who sustained the employer And Christians are a part of that public Tho arraign- Â¬ ment here made is that the main guilt of the present deplorable laxity of Sab Â¬ bath observance and tho increasing violation of the Sabbath rest lies upon the very class who have been or should have been educated in better ways They are requiring services of confectioners coachmen and servants which could be dispensed with or great Â¬ ly reduced No doubt this is often done thoughtlessly yet their requirements make it very difliculty for a conscien- Â¬ tious person to serve them and keep the Sabbath Sometimes thoy threaten to remove their patronage unless they The get what they want on Sunday lies mostly with tho remedy then Christian public and who is to en- Â¬ i lighten and sanctify the public but tho church For that purpose slujis in A correct Sabbath senti tho world ment is tho impcraive need of the in hour Jicv Gcortc S Molt J i Christian Statesman CHOICE EXTRACTS Â¬ Â¬ FIGURES ON FISH Tho Number of Them ami tho Capital Em ployed In tlio Visiting Industry The lishing industries of tho United Ths Flv Meter There were Are fair lUten snd eaeh badaa llor would fnln bo fanhtonable duse Scholarly Huians tclectloa km booktt CHuettUli Cora cared morn for itnod looks t Anna umbltlounusnlrrd nftcr weal th Honslblo Sarah f oufht Urt for good health Dcarlml wo thank Tlico for this holy day Tlio cluy Thyself hast made anil kept and 7e lay usi lo our wcclc day toil and care And groct with joy this day of sacred rest Mako this hlcst a Sunday to our darkened minds Shlno with bright beams of warmth and love Into our burdened earth bound hearts And draw us nearer to Thyself above Make this a A Sibbath to our weary frames rest day full of glad and peaceful calm An emblem sweet of Heaven our better home And for the week to come a strengthening balm May this a First day be in better things A new beginning in our work to Thee And in our busy lives and service here More wholly consecrated may we be And so dear Lord may all our Sabbat is here Bring light and joy and hope and rest and peace To every weak and weary troubled soul Till earthly work shall end and Sabbaths cease Chrhtlan at Work Sunday School Lessons July aTho Infant Jesus Matt 2 July 10 The Flight Into Kgypt Matt July July Ml THIIIU QIMKTEH 1 July 4 17 21 31 John the Haptist Matt 8 The HaptUtn of Jesus Matt The Temptation of Jesus 12 23 3 1 1J li Â¬ 3 1317 Matt Aug 7 Jesus in Cinlllce Matt 4 Aug 11 The Beatitudes Matt 5 Aug 21 Jesus and the Law Matt Aug 2d 1loty Without Display I7 23 1 10 S States employed during tho year 1879 tho figures of which are given in tho census of 1880 181420 persons with an invested capital of 37955319 and an annual product of 43040053 or a trifle over 327 to each person engag- Â¬ ed Tlio number of enrolled vessels of live tons and over engaged was 0605 while the actual fishermen numbered 101084 the other 30000 being engaged on shore in curing and marketing the employs Britain product Great 12000 fishermen and 9037 vessels although tho value of its vearlv catch does not eqbal that of the United Stiitcs France has 120000 persons engaged in fishery with a yearly prod Â¬ Kussias uct Value of JflGGOOOOd fish product is the same as that yearly of France Germany is credited with 18326000 annually a product of Norway fisheries prottuco about 10 000000 and those of Italy about 10 Tho fishing industries of 000000 North America and Europe combined employ between 600000 and 700000 per ons and 150000 vessels producing 3000000000 pounds of fish equal to 150000 carloads which would load a train 910 miles in length Philadelphia Times HartholdlH Great Work Tho Btntuo of Liberty enlightening tho In St 17ir31siktf Yttllwl s1l lid tho harbor of New York is ono of tho most sublime artistic conceptions of modern tnnos Tho torch of tlio goddess lights the nations or tno carta to pcaco prosperity and progress through Liberty But liberty is an empty word to tho thousands of poor women enslaved by physicul ailments a hundredfold inoro tyrannical than any Nero To such sufferers Dr Picrcos Favor- Â¬ ite Prescription holds forth tho promiso of a speody cure It is a specific in nil thoso derangements irregularities nud weak- Â¬ nesses which mako life a burden to bo many women The only medicine Bold by druggists under a positive guarantee from tho manufacturers that it will give Batisfao tion In ovcry case or money will bo re-Â¬ funded Seo gunrantco printed on wrap Â¬ per enclosing bottlo 4 So she took Dr Plovees Golden Modical Discovery and grew healthy aud blooming Coras beauty quickly faded Busansoyo slght failed from over study Flora becamo nervous and fretful in striving after fash Ion and a sickly family kopt Annas hus- Â¬ band poor But sensible Barah grew dolly more healthy charming and intelligent and sho married rich How HW y 1t TtMMsstlirUMsfl ff bsssB clipper ship wouin Scissors do as a namo for a Pitttburyh Chronicle Ir afflicted with Boro EyoB uso Dr kano Thompsons EyoWaterDruggists sell itlisc m An early Btrugglo trytng to got your wilo to build tho lire OxTors Com Throat lung nervous diseases Hook tree DrUcppertClnclnnatl0 A man who has been flung over a wharf ought to know wharf oer he speaks to uso Â¬ Pisos Rotnody for Catarrh ltis not a liquid or u auutl is ngrconblo 50c And I bequeath my A dead giveaway mortal remains to tho cause of science DR RADWAYS SarsaparilliaN THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER Fur the CUKE or nil Ctiroulo Chronic KhoummUm Pcrofuloun Complaint Ac Glandular Hwvlllni LlackitiK Dry Couch Cancerous AtTcrtluiiH llltcilliiK of tho Junsw liytpppnlH Wa- Â¬ ter llraMi White Swullltias Tumors Uk er lllp IHreHsc iout Dropny Ulckctn Salt HluUin llrnn chltlp Caiiftuinptlon Dlubcloti Kidney madder LlTor Complulnt Ac Tho treatment of many thousands of coses of thoso chronlo weaknesses and distrobalnsr allmonts peculiar to females nt the Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute Buffalo N Y hna afforded a vast oxperienco in nicely adapt Inc and thoroughly testlufr remedies for tho euro of vromnns peculiar maladies J9r liorcou ravorlto Broncriptlon is tho outgrowth or result of this Rrent nud valuablo oxperienco Thousands of teotimo niuls received from patients and from physi eiiuis who bavo tested It in tho moro ugRra vntcd and obstinate cases which had bullied their skill provo it to bo the most wonderful remedy ever devised for tlio relief and euro of entrerliitr women It is not recommended ns n cure all but ua n most perfect Spcolllo for womans iwcullur ailments Am n powerful liivlsToratiufr tonic it imparta streusth to tho whole system and to tho womb aud its appendutrcs in worn -- out particular For overworked K run down debilitated tenchcrs milliners dressmakers seamstresses flhoi girls houec keepers nursing mothera and fecblo women generally Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription la tlio greatest earthly boon being uncquolcd as nu appcti7Jng eordial nnd restorative tonic An n NOOthliiK und is iicrrluOfFnvorito Prescription nnd uuo ninlodand is Invaluable in allaying sub uultur nervous cxeiUiblllty irritability ex Â¬ haustion prostration hydteria spasms and other distressing nervouu symptoms com tnonly attendant upon functional and orpinlo dlseaso of tho womb It induces refreshing sleep nnd roliovea mental anxiety nnd dt epondency 17 20 M Sept 4 Trust in Our Heavenly Father Matt U 2131 Sept 11 Golden Precepts Matt 7 M2 Sept ia Solemn Warnings Matt 7 13 29 Sept 2i Review Temperance Lesson Horn 188 11 Missionary Lesson Matt 1 12 10 or ASorvico of Song and Prayer Mattel RESOLVENT ll an triitlioiiIii Â¬ SUNDAY QUESTION The OrlRln of tlio Industrial Desecration of tlio Loril8 Day Whore the ftomeily THE Cliielly Lies Pure blood tnnkcR notind floMi utronir bono and n clear kln If you would havo your tU nli ilrni your bonei found without curies and your complexion fair uxo Health Beauty R JT formerly So saturated is the very atmospheio with a lax observance that oven those who are determined to retain the old ways fool themselves enervated by the malaria so that thoy must administer to themselves strong tonics in order to keep braced up against the prevalent sentiment This undercurrent of indifference and secret questioning of the whole day leads on Church to the public deseersftttrn members are more and more yielding One dis- Â¬ to the universal pressure tinctive feature after another is being obliterated and we are surely tending toward what is spoken of as the Con- Â¬ tinental Sabbath Instead of merely deploring the evil that is upon us or striking out some- Â¬ what blindly at it the iMt course is to endeavor to get at the root of the matter For if we can discover the origin of a wide spread evil we are better enabled to deal with it Valu- Â¬ able service has been rendered in this direction by Hon Carroll IX Wright chief of the Bureau of Statistics of In tho report Labor in Massachusetts for tho year 1885 seventy pngos are devoted to Sunday Labor It is im- k possible within the narrow limits as Â¬ signed mo here to properly present tlio impressive facts brought to light only the results can here be indicated And we confine ourselves to public modes of travel because through them by far the largest part of all the industries of the State pursued on tho Sabbath is systematically carried on At first Sunday trains were run only to com- Â¬ plete a trip begun on Saturday after-Â¬ noon Then the Sunday train was intro- Â¬ duced After that one or two through trains were put on Hut in course of years local passenger trains radiated from Boston which led to suburban Those residents desired residences to continue their connection with Bos Â¬ ton churches and to worship there A pressure was then laid on the directors of these roads to run Sunday local trains to accommodate the church folks Petitions were sent to them signed by church members Tho di Â¬ rectors hesitated but finally yielded to As tho steadily increasing requests soon as these church trains as they were called were run a now move- Â¬ ment of travel was developed But if respectable moral and religious per Â¬ sons may take an excursion lo church o thorn think it proper for them to liavo an excursion to tho sea shore or somo other place of resort Directors soon sought to make this travel as remu Â¬ nerative as possible by increasing tho number of trains and extending the distances And the appetite for Sunday travel once created craves in Â¬ creased indulgence Tho same causes lirst led to the riiiiuiugof cars on horse The oxcuso rendered by railroads tho director is that tlio law declares railroads to be common carriers and thoy must be run to moot the require Â¬ If one road rn ments of the public ftiHotf another will comply If I lie HipcrlnttiidonL declines a struggle would ensue which would end In I When expostulated with removal Tim public the Invariable reply Wi demand It ami ohuroh members Thai rnpori further makes patronise evident that engineer mid employee tliwlru lo have Ihu ru of the Sabbath 1 Itcjtn not lie denied that an indifferÂ¬ ence prevails with regard to the sanctity of the Sabbath so that its desecra- Â¬ tion receives les j disapprobation than Â¬ nadways Sarsaparillian soivunt Â¬ a fw days nio SAIISA mCVIU After Blotches becomesof thoand Kkln 1AKII IIAN clear and HlHck Kpots beautiful IMmple Iocketino tho insult accepting a bribo Boston Gazette Muckinao Island that tourists paradise that has been made a National Park Wo llnd them also amid tho bewitching Thou- Â¬ sand Islands and exciting rapids of tho St Lnwronco and in tho wild gorges of tho White Mountains And to learn just whcio to iiud them and how to get to them wo send a couple of stamps to O W Iluggles G P Agt Michigan Central Chicago and ho will scud us In Summer Days Cool Biibezfs ani Rnriisa Wateus wo sock In Summer Diys und we llnd them on tho bold bluffs and wave girt shores of Krupilons removed Bores and Ulccrx soon cured Ternon suffering from Hcrof ulii Kruptlvo Diseases of tho Eye Mouth Knrs lecn Throat and Hands that have accumulated and spread either from tin cured diseases or mercury may rely upon a cure If tho Bursupitrtlla Is continued n surflcleut tinio to mako Its Impression upon the system Tho wonderful cures effected by the Sarsaparillian IlosoKentof Kidney Illadder Ovarian ami Urinary Diseases Its marvelons power In dissolving stono nnd calculous concretions curing Uravol Gleet nnd discharge from tho Genital Glands Its powers over the Kidneys In establishing h healthy secretion of urlnn curing Diabetes I nUainmntloti or Irritation of the Illadder Albuminous or llrlck Dust Deposits or White Sand Ac establishing Its rharwtteras X GUKAT CONSTITUTIONAL 11KMEDV Bold by nil druggist SI u bottle TO HOVC HCMTMTMC UVtW BTHCIN ORDTfl fl Iarvr In favor of protection Bazar tho old maid Tun world astounded with the startling and new disclosures of science on tho poi- Â¬ sonous efteets of tho alcohol in wine beer whiskv brandy etc Sco tho July number Price JJ cents of Demorests Monthly Bold everywhere or address W Jennings Dcmorcst li East 14th Street N Y Tin Cochin pnrade tho morning strut 9f the barn yard fowls Co Chicago R W Tansim Everybody wants Tansllla Punch fie of ogar now they wcro always good butnp-lato thov have improved I heartily you provo of your way of doing business me suro to hold and increase your trade A AitENii Druggist Chicugo 111 QWQtMf by aderaticrd toBtimonln U prove Itamorlt Thounnndaof WILLTKLL 10 laITA REPUTATION ANY imUOUIUT lialtrhuklaHeinNW lor LivrrComnliiiUindlllicaucd or torpid condition of Ida Lircr as Dr Cwistlpatitiu lliliouinrss Jsundirr Heaclsrlis Rheunnlmn vie It rrgululot the bowel purt iltrrttion Crxtlie hnnd ttrrncUitni tlianntrm AN INVALUABLE FAiTILY MEDICINE iUri Tpia alt 32PANTsl IIANDSOME 1 jS58 SHOES bent the world niartn In l7e nnd atylea to plrnnr lerfert Fit snnrnnteru We refer to any Ttnnk IS A Ik n IcRltimato iccdlclno ciircfully compounded by nn experienced and skillful physician nnd adapted to womans delicata organization It la purely vegetablo in it composition aud crfectlr harmless in its effects in any condition of tho system For morning sickness or nausea from whatever cause crising weak stomach indigestion dys- Â¬ pepsia nnd kindred symptoms its use in fiinall doses will prove very beneficial Fnvorito Proscription luapoRl tlvo euro for tho most complicated and ob stinate cases of leucorrhca cxcesslvo flowing painful menstruation unnatural suppressions prolapsus or falling of tho womb weak back femalo weakness nnteversion retroversion bearing down sensntliis chronlo congestion intlnminntlon nnd ulceration of tho womb in llammation pain and tenderness in ovaries accompanied with internal heat Ah a regulator and promoter of functional action ut that critical period of clinngo from girlhood to womanhood Favorite Pro- Â¬ scription is a perfectly safe remedial agent and can produce only good reauKs It ia equally cflleacious and valuablo in Its effects when taken for those disorders and derangements incident to that later and most critical period known as Tho Change of Life Favor 1 to Proscription when takes in connection with tho uso of Dr Piereea Golden Medical Discovery and small laxative doses of Dr Picrcos Purgative Pellets Llttlo Liver Pills cures Liver Kidney and Illadder diwjises Their combined uso also removes blood taints and abolishes cancerous and scrofulous humors from tlio system Fnvorito Proscription is tho only medicine for women sold by druggists under a positive guarantee from tlio manu- Â¬ facturers that it will give satisfaction in every case or money will bo refunded This guaran Â¬ tee has been printed on the bottlo wrapper and fidthfully carried out for ntany years finrgo bottles 100 doses 100 or six bottles for 500 For largo illustrated Trentlso on Diseases of Women IfiO pages panor eovercd Betid ton cents in stamps Address Worlds Dispensary Medical Association Dr lforcon Favorite Prcucrlptlon 003 Main St BUFFALO N Y k WL7 DOUGLAS 83 Tho Shoo In tlio world Finest Calf perfect nt and WHrrmcti LonKruss ituiinn mid I ace alt etvlis toe As Mxllsh and durslilc as those coMInc - or V Sa IMMMUAH aaBo HliiwH ndver- siiokcxclIs Hie J by other unus rowing Tn ksk earthquake quivers aro very ar- - PHNTS refunded srnd 3 Zc STYLISH OCR FULTj Oi ynijj SEAMLESS 3only SKAMIKSS SHOE r V Qk row MB I I IS 1C77 Itushin A BUitrniSB party twins Texas Sift- - Xttiblitill 1W rXu ut ntt Viniii rM1trwa lug Â¬ tUHl IUM ttlHk SU1 Speaking without thinking is shootCO nnHUlfclNCINNATI0 Hoys all woartheW T DOUOLABSa SHOE ing without aiming Miss Caret If your dealer docs nut kwt them i end your nninooq Shun Ointments and Lotions for Bklndis posui to W L IKIUOIAS Urockton Mass Regularity in church attendance is fuses and use Glenns Sulphur Sonp for soldiers and widows of ths Golden Uills Hair und Whisker Dye 00c lho bout a virtuo that all can cultivate PENSIONS- - exlcau War and Itnbnlllon All Ilule kinds of OoTerninent ClaltnKol It Is a somowhat peculiar fact that Iet4d Clrrulnr of laws fetit free Kitzokkalii it In warm moments form your reso- Â¬ whenever a steamboat slides up to a sand U H Clnlm CollecUirs Indianapolis Ind 1owixu lution and in cool moments make thai bar tho whistle goes off on a toot THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY resolution good Prof Tindall Tmt girls argue that men dont like For Ilver Illle Indication etc Krecfrotu AUrcuryi IKIala Cutting MOOUV CO Cliielunatl0 God not only reigns but rules biingj because thoy tho men aro jealous contains only lurtj Vegvtablo Ingredient Agent CUAA Ji CRITTKXTON KEIV YOUtt Morphine Cured tn lO The universe is His kingdom and eter which is about tho Holid truth and not tn No OPIUM Dr MO luys Ilnbttpay III enroll much credit to tho girls afto- - all Met Mtepheus lebmaon O II Tuck thittU nity is His term of ollice Pieos Remedy for Catarrh In Uio fcH Traveler Beet Easiest to Ufeo nnd CbcapouU a cr EDUCATIONAL There is great danger when wo A wakm discussion a hot dinner do not liud Scripture that suits us that COHMKnCIALCOILKGi Dayton Ohio Atiiami says that ho doesnt go in for Thorough and luozpenslro Nu TucAtlon Bold by drnggiutA or onnt by mail HI we shall unconsciously pass from tho this half holiday movement What ho 60c T ilusfcltine Warren Pa Hj AN K K 1141 task of interpretation to tho liberty of wants is half a day freo from movomont sotting aside John A Broadus mtlTINtt TO ADVEKTIREIM 8 A DAY the horses feel 1B0 TO Iltira not iitnfrrSamples worth Wrlto WHEN that yeu saw tito AdrertUBMtPLEAlfS Ik making purchases if a man does not Utr la Utla YlirK Character in a proacher is the very pay down Immediately ho Is expected to 1111 Hltk BIUWBTKU BAMTT UK1MIIOLIIKIICO paper foreo in the bow that launches the pay up soon JV 0 Picayune arrow Ji is the latent heart behind The livery horso is not so much of a the words that gives them direction charger nn tho chap that runs tho stable Yonkers Gazette and tho projectile force Dr Z M Humphrey MafBBBBBWBBBHBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBvl What Is that which lives In winter dies I afiirrn therefore that oven if in summer nnd grows with its roots up- Â¬ the great commission had uol been ward An icicle formulated no devout Christian could Wiikx Is n boy ltko a costumor Whon This rtnresontfl n healthy life look into tho heart of tho Gospel with- Â¬ ho routs his trousors Iarpert JJazar Jnst cucb a Ufa as tbey enjoy Throughout Its various scoues vyiiu nso iua dbiwi una out fooling a qtiiekoning of the foreign Pauiioth nnd tho dudos lUvcr fimch In Smjtha BILE BEANS parity Uio blood by cttng Thn orlalnal Colby missionary spirit Photorrapb Thoy havo a plentiful lack of oirrouv inu promptly on tno iivcr huib ana Kid common nfeture slio of must be lidolity and there brains and talk la polly syllablcs Jlotton wiHirsi Xlier coaalat of at vevetabla eamhlnadon that panelon receiptthis XO In There ent of hna bo cohmI 1b Bicdlleal vclcnco They cBretkinNtlpa Uunps Addtgif How respectable GaxelU must be adherence tlon ITSalarla snd Byspepaist sad aro a BnrVsnMrd aealBMt all forma of fever chillis aud fover trail atoaea HU XsoaU M the llfo that clings to its objectsP A vioiiAVCB committee should always IliichtM dlaeaae Ncnd 4 renin poiIseo for a iun aspirations are line things bo accomputiiod In iU expeditions by an and pKCkaefl aud ict tho TRUTH of what we aay irlce 2H ceuta per hettlt Youthful fIe aalleA lo aur aadrcaa postpaid UOMK 02VIC HKAN Hold by druzKit your theories and plans of life are fait ambulance coinmlttoo T X aSSXZVXaC aaj CO lJi0flUTOK 0 XOTJXm stO commendable but will you stickF and PAirrr linos rows of walUlowor Bur It is better to be nobly remem Â¬ Tin thrco lVs brought llogrct Iteproaeh and ltcmorsc to u groat political party in wnen signifying Dr 18S Tho ttirco Picrcos Purgative Pellets bring Pcaco to tho mind Preservation and Perfection of health to tho body 1 ls mado to order In fjrst cln ntyle Perfect Fit eunr nsteccl or money fttumph r n For samples of rlnth end Atant Imii measure worth 10c W I Circulars Irce bered than nobly born this city business houso In taUnn press f X -- tlil mntrrT c3 KPel iW nt vza Misssssssfl Emxim k arm rr a 3nsT -- COCKLES ANTI BILIOUS PILLS Â¬ - 5 U m ui hJ ji hi 1 fl Kvicrson Whatever God calls us to do at Tut man who ruught any time is important lo be done and wood pllu In the ismiddle of relieving tho tlio nluhl is lie never calls us to do any thing with naturally a lunturn Jawed follow out accompanying the oblgatlon with An exchange wants to know what pre u jtnuiclh ami help enough to enable him the groutest ucreaiot Corn I We duo en the foot It is the grtmtott cauo of to dUehitrge our duly faithfully And ifctrut God when we refuse to do HU iichur ruKO bidding through fear or fulliiiv or Int Tint crub U ft very grasping creature Miue he work Mutn lo in liixltfiillU jUytv tttlkhurd lulerul om UciuUU cant ur uiiproiiiMug i Ihiitun Prte Jreu H 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 thcyv can get Lenox r Vi- ftji r csi zmrsm is v - IJ 253eC3 i4wiwwjyr1yiy Hazel Green Herald UBLIfHIO BY SPENCER COOPER Trial of tha Smith leys Samp Smith of this county was in our oificc ono day last week on his return from Laurence county whither ho went to attend the trial of his two nephews It will be romombcrcd that thoy were arrested at his house in March bust charged with the murder of tho Ham Â¬ monds family and taken hack to that county where it was charged the deed had been committed In connection with the case arc some facts deserving of no tiec Only one of tho Hammonds fami Â¬ ly was killed in the fight which was a general one and the others havo all recovered from their wounds It appears that tho llninmnnds family or rather old man Hammonds was tho aggressor in the affair and lie only was killed but Kcene by whom there is no proof Pritehard one of the most eminent law- Â¬ yers in Eastern Kentucky says thero is no ease nt all against the Smith boys and all the lawyers for the defense unite in the opinion that when they eomo to the final trial they will bo acquitted The fellow Napier who figured as a de- Â¬ tective when here borrowed i horse to go in pursuit of two men to North Caro lina and selling tho horse never returned This fellow pretended to bo a friend to the Smith boys and after getting to Louisa was paid by one of them to jjo Instead homo arid get him soino clothes he went out into the country and mus- Â¬ tered twenty live men to mob them On arriving near tho jail however his cow ardly heart caused him to abandon the project Public opinion was terribly against these boys at the time but bamp told us it had been almost entirely re- Â¬ versed since tho facts have come out in tho case No one now believes they were to blame and all agree that they acted Â¬ Â¬ -- iuokner Walked Away Subscription a VAml j L wrv uunii wii jiii iiuvniiovi - SI a Year TIMETABLE ft h- Kentucky and South Atlantic Railway J Sterling tnnej leaves Mt Stealing at 7 A M arrives at llothwell nt 840 A M No 2 leaves llothwell nt 9 a m arrives nt Mt Sterling nt 1050 A M No 3 leaves Mt Sterling at 140 P M arrives nt Hot dwell nt 320 i M No 4 leaves llothwell at 845 P M arrives ntMt Sterling nt 30 P M No 2 connects at Mt Sterling with 1105 A M and 157 r Ji trains on C A O railway for Lexington Cincinnati ami Louisville No 3 connects at Mt Sterling with 1105 a m train on C 0 from tho East ami 130 PM truin from Louisville ami Cincinnati jr SJMontgomery county court day special tlcaypd llothwell on tho 3rd Monday in each monwi m uu a m arriving ni mi iiermig at 9 A M Returning leaves Mt Sterling at 3 r M arriving at llothwell nt 430 p m Leaves llothwell for Mt Sterling at 5 p M GKO H HARPER Supt No 1 Â¬ Htandurd time 22 minutes alo jut than Mt -- - v LOCAL HEWS I CORRESPONDENCE Â¬ The case of tlio Commonwealth against Coonrod Cnblo charged with ho stealing was tried at Campion lust Saturday and resulted in a hung jury 4 R LV jw - V v When nnturo falters and requires liolp recruit her enfeebled energies with Lr J TL McLeans Strengthening Cordial and Wood Purifier 100 per bottle in self defense Sold by G li Swango Hazel Green Ho is Too Frosh There was a little shooting scrape at Andy Toliver wounded at tho time Craig the West liberty barbecue last Friday The but wo understand thatnoono was hurt Tolivef was killed has since died Bug juico played tho biggest part in it Ixinl girctd and tde Lord taketd away Lot the blesed In the name of the Lord Sick headache wind on tho stomach good work go on Stanton Monitor Andy Toliver is not dead nor even billioiisneSH nausea arc promptly anil banished by Dr I ILMeLeauri nearing deaths portals according to our agreeably 25c a information but the cynical craven that Little Liver and Kidney Iillut vial Sold by G U Swango Hazel conceived the above deserves tho con demnation of every good citizen The Green poltroon who penned it deserves to have J ml go J J Byrne of the Menefce Iiis hand palsied The heart that could County Court was a guest of the 1ieratt harbor such a thought hates heaven Hoiu o on Sunday night and left for and should find a home with the heathen Gampton Monday 1 lu is a witness in the Audv Toliver is but littlo more than a Buchanan ease youth in years and has never been guil- Â¬ such to coll ty of Eon Rixx The house and garden appeal aught God forthmade an absurd to the who him He recently vacated bv Dr Taulbee is for may be doubtless is a little wild in his rent to a tenant who can pay monthly ways but well bet a pint of printers in advance aud give approved security ink to a pound of ice he has a soul for good care of premises Apply to that would scorn such athat sentiment Woll COOPKII IlKKXDOV double tho let tliat the writer of tho Ileal Estate Agents above would not utter such uncouth and language in Tolivers presence Tbo merchants of Ibis section would unfeeling to for a deed the United States To dis do well to follow tho example of this plav onoa delight at death is diabolical man Rudolf Hertog is tiie largest dry and damns tho donkey doing as a merchant in tho city of Berlin driveller If Andy Toliver hasit done 5oods that before ho began to advertise anything against law and society let the he barely eleared expenses The first strong arm of tho law deal with htm year ho spent 238 in advertising and his You liavo no right to pose as public exeincome rose to 7 M0 so he went on cutioner and exult over his increasing tho amount and bis profits in exit from the stage of existence reported To be proportion until at present bis advertis- brief the Monitor can do great good in ing bills foot tip 100000 every year Eastern Kentucky but if you tan not load up with ammunition less foul than In advance of the sickly season render the sample then we pray you in yourself impregnable a malarial atinuh the above of all civilized christian citiname jjlmro or sudden change of temperature zens eeaso tiring at least at game in is fraught with danger Use Dr 111 these parts Sbamu on you McLeans Strengthening Cordial and Blood Purifier 100 per bottle Sold Wolfo Clrcout Court by G B Swango Hazel Green Circuit Court opened at Campton on The case of the Commonwealth against the 11th inst with Judge H C Lilly Buck Garwood charged with the murder presiding and 11 L Wheeler Common of Miss Esther Oldficld in Morgan coun wealths Attorney pro tern and County ty in 1880 which was transferred to Wolfe Attorney J C Lykins assistant The county was called for trial last Wednes following are the jurymen Grand jury M Al Shackelford J N day morning and tho following jury wa Impaneled to try the eae W C Perkins Chambers v E White Braxton Cox Elijah Colloins W T MeNabb J G A II Laev W P Trimble B D Bose Mullins B D Hose dr John V Bailev W H P bull A C Bvrd Jap Wheat A C Peck James Tolsou J S Chap ly A J Hollon T T Terrel G M El man Junius Wireman and J RTtitt kins John D Rose Sr Andrew Haddix The prosecution was conducted bv II L and Robert Murphy Petit jury VT MoNabb II B Wheeler J C Lykins f M Kash It F Day and L MDav and the defend Crawford Alex P Laev Ira Drake Wy ant was represented by J W Kendall ley Perkins Elijah Collins George Long 0 B White aud T C Johnson The case Ilenrv Banks A ft Williams H 11 was given to the jury briday evening Littlo J TPieratt Silas Rose Elijah LMit inning to agree on a verdict ihuv Kidd Granville Evans Lewis Brewer O M Fallen B D Row Jr Mai tin were discharged Taulbee Elias Reynolds George Hntton Thousands tf peoplo suitor with back Samuel Haddix John Pat ton Gentry ache not knowing that in most cases it Mullins and C A McQuinn Tho following aro tho visiting lawyers is a symptom of diseased Kidneys aud liv er which plasters and lotions cannot heal J B White Will H Lilly and Robert Tho befit and safest remedy is Dr J H Riddle of Irvine J M llcattv and G McLeans Liver and Kidney Balm S100 W Gonrlev of Beattyvillo AH Clark per bottle Sold by G B Swango II a and J M Sebastian of Bonneville S H rel Green Patrick of Jackson P F Day and J E Cooper of Mt Sterling J W Kendall The following aro the registers at the and W W MeGuireof West Liberty Day House On account of the burning of 4he Court House and all the records last December If S Helton Mnytown IT A Hardin llounsuu and consequent failure to transact much R E Smith Louisville business at tho January term the civil O W Howe Mt Sterling and criminal doekoLs are vorv heavy and Rev John I Rogers Danville it is doubtful if the civil docket is reach- Â¬ S S Dennis Kali ed this term Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Gen Buckncr and Col Wm O Brad Icy had a joint discussion at Grayson Wednesday which in ono respect at least was tho most remarkable political episode in tho history of Kentucky Col Bradley opened the debate in n strong speech of two hours length Gen Buckner took tho stand at its conclusion and asked Col Bradley if ho had stated that Gov Knott wrote the speech which lie Buck- Â¬ ncr had delivered at Lexington on the 15tfi of June In reply Bradley said I did state at LonAll I have to say is don and also at Jackson that Jim Jones of London who knows Proctor Knott well told me that he recognized Knotts ear marks in Huekners Lexington speech and lie Jones believed that Knott had written the speech Tli io is all I ever siid and I do not make that statement on my own responsibility but upon the information furnished me by Jones Gen Buckner then continued his speech as follows For the man who would willingly circulate ho vile a charge although himself not the author of it 1 can of course feel noth ing but contempt I denounce the charge as infamously falso aud outrageous having no shadow or semblance of foundation in fact 1 have invited Mr Uiadley to meet me at I now withdraw the inmy appointment vitation and henceforth decline to have anything whatever to do with him At its close he gallant hero of Fort Donclson immediately took his hat and left tho grounds In his response Brad- Â¬ ley called to Buckner to wait and hear him but the General stalked off on his dignity and missed the genteel flattering which tho Republican standard bearer administered to him He said if Buck Â¬ ner would make a tour of the State with him he would beat him f0000 votes but that he didnt dare meet him oif the stump and never intended to Buckner wasguiltyof a piece of childs play unworthy a warrior and a party leader It has been evident from the opening of the campaign that the Demo- Â¬ cratic committee did not want Buckner to meet Bradley on tho stump One is a captivating speaker and tho other is an oratorical tumbler dry as a baked bone and without sufficient voice to make himself heard with a bad delivery and a hesitating manner The contrast was so great and the difference so much in Bradleys favor that the Republican can didate was given no chance to meet Buckner except at Grayson which was no doubt a trap to catch Bradly napping and give Buckner a lame excuse to avoid further discussion with him The grand old Democratic party is in a bad way when its leaders resort to such baby acts to escape a trouncing Louis- Â¬ ville Commercial Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Exchange Banknif IOOOOQ Kentucky BRINKLEY DKALKKB GMJBB8 IK ISSTAItMHIIKD IN 1850 Capital Stock rfl STOVES TIN PLATE SHEET IRON gtaTSURPLUS 1541428 Does a general banking business and is Tinners Stock Mantels Etc the only bank in tho city that sells Foreign And Manufacturers of Exchange Prompt attention given to the collection of debt and the patronage of the people Plain Stamped and Japanned Tinware of the mountain counties is especially soGG2 WkstMain StimXT licited J CJ TltrMItLE President LHSLIK THOMSON Cashier and 201 to 200 7th St KY MT STEIILING LOU1SVILLK KY Â¬ tf D SOLD BY ALL LANCELLS ASTHMA AND CATARRH REMEDY DRUGGIRTS Â¬ aG 3m GEORGE CREEN E TUCK Louisville Ky with Wholesale Dealers in HUFFAKER CO BOOTS AND SHOES til5 WMain St LOUISVJLLE KY Invites you to call and see him when you visit the citv Â¬ Having struggled 20 years between life and death with ASTHMA or PHTHISIC treated by eminent physicians aud receiving no benefit I was compelled during the lust 5 years of my ilhtcsi to sit on my chair day and night gapping for breath My suf ferings were beyond description In despair I experimented on myself bv compounding roots and inhaling the medicine thus obtained I fortunately discovered this WONDER A FUL ClTltE IOIl ASTHMA AND TA RRH warranted to telieve the most stub born case of ASTHMA IN FIVE MINUTES so that the patient can lie down to ret and sleep comfortably Please read tlio following eondenod extracts from unsolicited tes liinoiiiaK all of recent date Oli er V It 1 toliues San Jo e Cub writes I fuel the Remedy ail and even more than represented 1 receive instantaneous relief E M Carson A M Warren Kan writes Was treated by eminent physicians of this country and Germany tried the climato of different Stales nothing afforded relief like your preparation L It Phelps P M Griggs Ohio writes Sullercd with Asthma 10 years Your medi cine iu 3 minutes does more for me than the most eminent physician did for mc in three Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ H J CLARKE WITH Sws G37 Caisi M West Main Street aiy LOUISVILLE WOIG WITH Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tho beginning of disease is a slight debility of disorder of some of the vital organs the stomach the liver or tho bowels usually There are dyspeptic svmtoms the liver is troublesome the skin 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- Â¬ sue But if the difficulty is met in time with Hostcttcrs Stomach Bitters which is always effective as a remedy and it should be 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 alo to employ this safo remedial agent in fever and ague and other malarial complaints than quinine and other potent drugs which even when they do prove elleet ual for a time ruin tlie stomach and im- Â¬ Tho Boginningof tho End 11 C Plimpton Jolict 111 writes Seud Catarrh Remedy at once Cannot get along without it I find it to he the most valuable medicine I have ever tried We have many other hearty testimonials of cure or relief and iu order that all sutler er from Asthma Catarrh Hay Fever and kindred diseases may have inopportunity of testing the value of the llcmidv we wifl semi to anv address TRIAL PACKAGE FREE OF CHARGE If your druggist fails to kcip it do not permit him to sell yon some worthless imitation by his representing it to be just as good but send directly to us Write your name ami address plainly Address J ZIMMERMAN A Co Props Wholesale Druggists Wooster Wayne Co vcars WA Harbison Gathright SADDLERY HARNESS AND COLLARS 707 709 A 711 W MAIN sTilEET LOUISVILLE KY JOE K TURNER Headquarters Mt Sterling Ky KiinrbKNTINi Green Huffaksr BOOTS AND C15 Co Wholesale Dealers in Ohio W Full size Box by muil 100 julOy W W SHOES KUSsUU TAItOK IllXrO Tabor Bingos RLTWEKN W Main St LOUISVILLE KY Will heat Mt Sterling every County Com DAILY COOPER S HERNDON KY GENERAL l Hack Line Real Estate Agents HAZEL GREEN Rothwell Station and Hazel Green IHaynnnecN with trains on Ky it S A railroad morning and evening rare well n U Q Every Attontlon to Ladles 0 Chlldron ar 5i Leave Hael Green careful drivers p in Green Hael ml Lv Rothwell at 9 am ar i p m Comfortable hacks a in lloth- Â¬ Have the following property which they wish to sell at once aud parties desiring to secure bargains will find it to their intcifst to inspect the property We will trade seme of it to blue grass land Write u No 1 aeies of land on Laurel Cn tt Wolfe county VA miles from Ilael Gm v Good dwelling home and out luiilding well watered good timber fine apple orchard coal veins Ae No 2 About lr0 acres of land on Upper Long Branch of Grassy Creek Morgan coun ty miles from Ezvl 10 acres iu cultivation Good house and out buildings well timber ed and plenty good water Coal veins both bituminous and cauml and suppo cd to contain lead and eopper veiiw Â¬ pair the general health Â¬ Â¬ Soarchlng for Diamonds in tucky George Ken- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ JaNickell W B Goad WT Ingram John Patrick ton on th Easterllng lrmuiD Olfico N0T0B TIii Uoard of ttxniniiiOM for Wolfo county will mcctnt llwol flrocn on the Mcim Saturday in July ami at Oamp Of O L Patrick D J Lindon Gil more W li btiatcrluiK West L ibertv J Xi Ewltrling Washington WB Allen linger T July for lite purpose of examining appll Hire te tench will third mid fourth Saturday cartlflciuv in lriuu take itetloc of time Mil ptc nut he r wly m there will poiJ Uvdy ks wu tixaniituUlflns nmdo an etW Mm tf dyn RwU d John M Bosk 17Y County ijupL toUwU W HUM ilBHH otf for tiiultcra All who dc are most likely to be well exposed on tlio surface Those most interested propose to keep up tho search economically by furnishing responsible individuals in the region with a number of elieap rough diamonds mounted in inexpensive rings for a comparison so that they may know what to look for under the most favorable circumstances Messrs Kunz and Dillers report to What Truo Morlt Will Do tlio Geological Survey will bo read at the The unprecedented sale of Boacheos meeting in August of tlio American As Â¬ German Syrup within a few years Imh sociation for the Advancement of Science astonished the world It is without doubt Covington Commonwealth tho safest aud best remedy over discov Â¬ ered for the speedy and olVectual euro of Exposure to rough woather getting Coughs Colds and tho severest Lung wet living in damp localities are favor- Â¬ troubles It acts on an entirely different able to the contraction of diseases of the do from tho usual prescription Kidneys and bladder As a preventive given by Physicians ns it does not dry and for the euro of all Kidney and liver up a Oouglt aud leave the di dense still in trouble use that valuable romedy Dr the system but on tho contrary removes J II McLeans Liver aud Kidney Balm the cause of the trouble heals thn parts f 100 per Isittlo- - Sold bv O B Hwrango affected mid leaves them in a purely Hazel Green healthy condition A Inittlo kept in thu house for uo when tho dUonaes make Holt Euiterllng was here Saturday their appearance will saro doctors hill and Sunday vinitiug hi brother Tommio and a long tpnll of Krious lllnc A and other relatives aud frieiuU ilu trial will convince you of the facts It left fur White Oak on Monday iu com U positively sold by all druguists and pany with Ills brother Morgan Holt Koiioru dealers in tho land Price 7f talk of locating hero rtiid wo hope he Kunz the well known young mineralogist with Tiffany Co has just returned from a diamond pros- Â¬ pecting expedition in Elliott county Ky which lie made in company with J S Diller of the U S Geological Survey They were sent by Major J W Powell j director ot tlio u to uoologicnl Survey on the invitation of Prof J R Proctor State Geologist of Kentucky The great similarity of the peridolite of Elliott county to that of the South African dia mond fields has attracted much attention aud it was hoped that something might come of the investigation The investigation was not flattering for a diamond find of any extent and Mr Kunz does not advise any expenditure of money in its development He says If tho people there want to look around some 1 should advise them to do it in their spare time The best time to search for gems in that locality is immediately after a heavy rain when they Â¬ F Â¬ Â¬ I Ono two storv dwelling built in containing six rooms good outbuild- But buy Kellys STEEL axe It is tin most perfect axo made Also buy STEEL horse iltl ii Ultl ill liVrflilmr tvulur lumiif ilii shoes They will outwear iron And use grounds well set with ntrc and valuable STEEL nails They cost the hiuu as iron shrubbery and a line assortment of fruit grapes Ac The best garden in town n For i alc in Hazel Green by of the most desirable duellings to be found ft SWA In GO G in Hazel Green Situated on the height leading to the celebrated Swango Spring WTI AS KEY about midway between the center of t wii P MCULHK Co and the Springs Chiles MT STERLING KY No 4 M acre of lain ou Laev Creek 2 miles south of Hiiko Green on liiiiin rad Agents for Eastern Kentucky to Campton bus about -- HO tcio- of good timber and incxhiuistahle tiiiautity of the Co fiiict qualityan of splint and bituminous and S home line quality of cuuiiel coal NEW No r 100 acrea of land i miles south east of Hazel Green fine farming land Livery Sale and Feed Stable acres in cultivation nearly all bottom hind iu good neighborhood and convenient to schools and churches MT STERLING KY I 1 0 Â¬ STEAL No 18S1 I Thompson - V McWilliams Â¬ large hoftto will No 6 500 acres of land the survej be ginning on the Standing Hock corner f Drovers and Traders Headquarters Lee Powell aud Wolfe counties 10 mile from Campton on the head waters of the Graining Mlock Fork of Red Ilivcr It is The attention of horse and mule dealers entirely covered witlra virgin forest of pine is especially invited to our facilities for the poplar oak walnut hickory and chestnut handling of stock and we invito all traders timber of Wolfe and adjoining counties to call on us when in the city 10 acres of land most of which No 7 lies iu the corporate limits of Harnl Green J T GEVEOON THE JEWELER on the road leading from town in Swauco Springs joins No and In known us the Mr IIKSTUUODS TOR lKAHT MONKY Elim Trimble trwet Can be laid oil into 1 am how located near HONNY KY and the most desirablo town lots in Hazed Greeti am piejmred to ropair WATCHES JEWEL It is newly fenced and in cultivation RY SEWING MACHINES CLOCKS Ac Charge reasonable and work warranted I No SOuo house and lot iu NnrtliwM handle the Host Rolled Plato Jewelry such Ilazol Green near the common school build as Bracelet Lace Pins Scarf Pins Ac If ing good new dwelling house with four you want a solid cold ring I enn have you rooms good outbuildings garden Ae Iu fact it you want a silver or gold money wateh or clock or anything in my line you No P -- 000 acres of land on Kentucky iiurely will mve money bj purchasing of uu River and Frozeu Creek Hrotithitl county I hlmll keep on hand tine Itildes Photo 7 miles below Jackson on the Mirwived linos graph Albums School Hooks Ac I nlo of the Kentucky Iuloii and Cincinnati and keep for alo Dr T 11 Smith Liniment Southeastern railroads It h covered with a and Ileaiitifyiiig ami Healing Soap hint heavy foreht ttf the llnet timber iu tint Siul try this soai IT you waul your skin to look Including oak walnut pophir nth Ac and pretty I also keep the beitt cwiug machine In underlaid with Inexhaustible vein of can I will attend tho lliund oil and noodles no and bituinliititu ctial Oreen Stock Sales und the West Liberty CourU No I0Abnut fiT acre nf laud on luoy iMr Aiir odd trading with me to amount Creok yt mill from axel Grcon luu n of fin at one lima will reuulvnTiiK lluiuini jrnnii onrn i wen lunocii mmm aonh lu ouo yenr in n present rtu nu upnin orciiiMioniu tinnier l wrl J 1 aiiVCUON Jeweler HoHiiy Ky Mtvrd and U fod funning laud Â¬ Â¬ 3 I 1 1