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HfHii SiWj-- SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor Hazel Green JiiEIIAIjI J- - Devoted to the Development of Kastern Kentucky - 100 A YEAR Always In Advance VOL III HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY CHAPTER 12 WEDNESDAY JULY 27 1887 MAJORDORAN DEAD ICiul NO 21 Doran fired a volley of oaths at him ami PROFJSSSIONAL CARDS y-at- -La Ax Act for taking the sense of the good ISAAC W MAPEL people of this Commonwealth as to w Attokn k the necessity and expediency of cull And Rkal Estate Aknt HAZKL 1UKKN KY inga Convention to amend the Consti- Â¬ Will practice in nil the Courts of Wolfe tution and to provide for ascertaining Ill well Menifee ami Breathitt counties the number of citizens entitled to vote Titles examined abstracts furnished tax for Representative within the State es paid for nnn rcsidnuts real estate bought WlIEKKAS Â¬ ami sold Collections a specialty JOHN H EVANS IIAZBL GUEEN KY Examiner of Depositions for Wolfe county si w G Resncctfnully solicitis the patronage of the public and will attend promptly to all bus mess entrusted to his care T SWANGO HAZKL J 3 a UlEEN KY Deputy County Court Clerk of Wolfe with promptness and dispatrh EO E W1UTT Of WITH Will attend to all business entrusted to him A Elliott Counlv Henry Knoefel JO 0 LYKIN Co 2o W Mjrkct St Lorisvnii K Solicits the patronage of Eastern Kentucky tor Blank Hooks Blanks Vc County Attornoy Real Estato Agont and Notary Public4 Practices in all Courts in Wolfe arid Adjoining Counties and Court of Appeals jrfrColleetions a Specialty County Ky Camiion Wo Â¬ lit A TTVR C HAKER Attorney at Law JACKSON KY 7 A TAULUKE Physician and Surgeon Jackson Breathitt County KENTUCKY ELMER DPHYSICIAN NORTHCUTT AND SURGEON K HAZEL GUEEX Office KY Office over W T Caskeys store hours 8 to 11 A M and 1 to 4 v M All calls attended to dav or night HOTELS P IERATT HOUSE HAZEL GREEN The New Phcenix KY J H Picratt Proprietor 11 1 I am now running the little hotel around the comer on Itroadwnv anil respectfully invite my former patrons and traveling neo pie generally to cull mid ead ml snlecb II IMEHATT by myblncc GnrKX Ky aud Refurnished Newly Fitted The best the market ntlords will be found upon the table at all times and the public Guests patronage is respectfully solicited will have ice and other luxuries to be had In connection u first class country hotel is a tine stable for hordes and shed room for vehicles in charge of good hostler Pastur AY HOUSEJIazil age for horses Jilts LOU DAY Proprietress 0 OMI5S HOUSE CAMPTON KY 9 S CONNS PllOIMtlKTOK The patronage of the traveling public is respectfully solicited Table the best aud every attention for the comfort of guests A DAMS HOUSE SUYKUSVILLK G 11 IvY Adams Pkovkiktok thoroughly refuted and refurnished and is now open for the reception of the public Nothing Shall be Lett Undone to Make G II Adams iuct Comfortable This old aud well known house has been MISCELLANEOUS WORKING CLASS inrush all classes with employment at home the whole of the time or for their spare moments Business new light aud protita able Persons of either sex easilv earn from 0 cents to per evening and a proportion ate sum by devoting all their time to the business Noys and iritis earn nearly ns much us men That all who see this tnav suud their address and tci the business we make o sucii us an not well xnilxucii mis oner we will send one dollar to pay for the iron FiHl particulars and outtlt bleof wtltiii Free Address IcuitoK Stinson it Co Portland Maine JuSly j M Til ZEL I w w i K Watches Clocks Jcwolry Itepnlrlnu a Specialty Cliurucs rvutoiiable anil work wnrraiiletl lleopectfully T P CAN It Il tK TO liTY the purpose of ascertaining whether a majority of all the citizens of this Slate entitled to vote for Representative vote for calling a convention for the purpose of re adopting amending or changing the Constitution gI The said registration books shall be appropriately ruled and headed so that they may and it is hereby enacted that the same shiilL be the poll books for recording the votes for and against the calling of the constitutional convention and for ascer tinning the number of citizens entitled to vote for Representative within the State It shall be the duty of the said officers ol election to propound to every voter the question lo you vote for calling n con stitutional convention or not If such voter shall answer in the affirmative his name shall be recorded as voting for said convention if sueli voter shall answer in thenegative his name shall he recorded as voting against said convention aud if such voter makes no answer his name shall be recorded or registered as not voting upon said question Aud it shall be the duty of the officers holding the election nt each voting place in tlie State to certify the total number of voters registered and 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 immediately sent at the expense of the Com monwealth by mnilj to the Secretary of State at Frankfort Kentucky and the duplicate certificate attached to the poll book for the election of State officers and return therewith as now directed by law jf 5 The Secretary of State in office at the convening of the General Assembly next after the election in August ls7 shall immediately upon the organization of the same transmit to each Hoiiso a statement urenared hv him from the said registration and poll liooks showing how many votes were at the said election cast in favor of said convention aud the total number of voters registered whether voting for or against or not at all The report shall be made up by counties lie shall retain the registration books for the use of examination and inspection of the next General Assembly iJ It shall lie the duty of the officers whose duty it is by the law to compare and certify the votes mr State officers to make out from the certificates returned with the State election poll books as above provided aud at tlio time they certify the votes for Slate officers a certificate by voting places showing the total number of votes registered ami the number voting for calling a constitutional convention aud to send the ccrtilicate to the Secretary of State and if the registration bonk provided for above shall as to any voting place bo lost destroyed or not returned then the Secretary of State hi nmklnir the report to tint General Assembly shall ute the Information In the certificate as to any Mich district or precinct and lie ulntll moreover ik the ucrllliouto to show that lie has or ha not the rcgUtratlon hook for each voting place In each county luiiuttd la mid cutlltletitc Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ the necessity of amending the Constitution and the expediency of culling a convention for that purpose therefore He it enacted by the Jcnernl Assembly of wic loiumonwcaiiii 01 tventucKy I I That nt the next general election for Representatives to the General Assembly it shall be the duty of the several sherills and other officers of election to open n poll for and make a return to the Secretary of Slate for the tune being of the unities of nil citi Â¬ zens entitled to vote for Representatives who have voted at the said election lor calling a convention for the purpose of amending or changing the Constitution 2That any sheriff or other returning office failing to perform the duty im posed by first section of this act shall be subject to a line of six hundred dollars 000 to be recovered by indictment of the grand jury in any courthaving jurisdiction thereof and shall upon conviction of such failure be removed from office In die court in which such conviction is had I That for the purpose of nsccrtniniue the number of citieus entitled to vote for Representatives within this State in the year 1SS7 there shall be furnished as hereinafter provided to the sheriffs and other officers of the election in August a registration book in which the officers of the election shall record the natiHs of all citizens entitled to vote for Representatives within this State at the said election The officers of the election shall be ex officio officers of registration and shall have said registration fiook open for the record of sum names between the hours of oclock a m and 7 oclock p m on the day of the August 1S7 election at all the voting places in this Commonwealth Aud it shall be the duty of all citizens of this Commonwealth who are entitled to vote for Representatives on the day of the next general election in August hss to go before the sheriffs and other re turning officers of said election in the voting precinct in which they are severally entitled to vote and cause themselves to be registered on the poll book as qunlilicd voters of this Commonwealth ami names ot any and all citizens living in the district known to said officers to be entitled to vote for Representatives or made known to them by evidence on that day shall be registered as not voting And in the year 16H7 no other officer shall be authorized to make any list or return of the qualified voters of this Commonwealth nor shall any return thereof eveent the reeistration books and certificates provided for by this act be made and all laws requiring list or returns of such qualified voters are hereby repealed so far as the year KSS7 is embraced therein The total number of votes so registered shall be the true number of citizens entitled to vote for Representatives within this State for Â¬ Experience has pointed out Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ l7 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ here tomorrow in accordance with in- Â¬ structions from his brother Jell Doran who resides at Mattoon Ills Doran was a Kentuckian by birth and was educated for tho law Prior to the war ho lived in Louisville and at the breaking out of the rebellion joined a Kentucky regiment and served in the Confederate army un- Â¬ til tho close He participated in the be removed from office by thecourt in which battle of Shiloh aud other engagements said conviction is had I f That it shall be the duty of the and attained the rank of Major at the Secretary of State to have this act adver- age of twenty two tised in one weekly newspaper in each In 1857 he killed young Whitlleld at county of this Commonwealth wherein theie is such paper published for four Memphis and from that time on his caweeks and in one of the daily papers of reer was downward He resided for a thoity of Louisville for thirty days imme long time at New Orleans and at Shreve diately preceding the election and in every county said Secretary shall cause to port La About ten years ago he killed be posted at the court house door a copy of this act primed in band bill form for at a man at Denison Texas and was con least four coiifcccutive weeks before such lined in jail for two years before lie suc Â¬ election ceeded in getting out His brother is Donth of Hon Thoa L Jonos 10 It shall be the duty of the Public said to have spent 10000 on him in Hon Thomas L lones of Newport this Printer to print ten thousand copies of this act upon a seperate sheet of paper ami case After his trouble was finally set died at his homo on Wednesday July deliver them to the Secretary of State who tled up lie came to this place and had JOth last at the age of sixty eight years shall forward the same to tlie county clerks of the arioiis counties in this State in been here about nine months when the Mr lones figured prominently in politic such numbers as to provide at least two fatal shooting took place both State and National He was elect copies thereof for each voting precinct said Chicago Times July IS ed to the Kentucky Legislature in 18rj clerks shall deliver the same to the sherills or other officers acting in the place thereof Major Doran as he is commonly He has been a delegate to many Statu and it shall be the duty of such sheriff or called who was fatally shot at Fort and National conventions and was electÂ¬ other officer to post one copy of said act at each voting place and another copy nt Smith Ark on Sunday was at one time ed to the fortieth forty first and forty some other suitable public place in said a well known Chicago sport and those fourth Congress ns a Democrat and had nrecinct four weeks prior to the election Any officer failing to discharge the duties who remember him me generally of the achieved a National reputation Ho was prescribed in this section of this act shall opinion that he has got his just deserts originally opposed to secession was also he lined for each and every failure twenty dollars to be recovered in tiny court having at last His reputation was that of a opposed to coercion and warmly sympa Â¬ jurisdiction thereof thoroughly unprincipled ruffian a thized with the South during tho civil I II This act shall take efleet and be in swindler a blustering bully war and was tho first member of Con force from and after its passage a constant associate of disreputable wo gress to favor general amnesty Ho was Approved January 18 1880 men and a man who never hesitated to a man of scholarly attainments chival- Â¬ A Promising Typo Sottor take the most cowardly advantage of any rous and honorable in his principles was It has truly been said that the print- Â¬ one against whom he might happen to a finished elegant and popular speaker ing ollice is the poor boys college John have a grudge He had probably killed was pleasant aud attractive in manner Rennet who took the highest honors at half a dozen men in his time and in ev was a man of fine address and diplomatic the recent Yale College commencement cry instance the deed was marked by skill and was one of the most polished is a practical type setter who supported brutal cowardice His first murder was and successful members of tho Demo Â¬ himself before and during college course at Memphis Tenn in 18G7 his victim cratic party in Kentucky by setting type Modern hintory abounds being a respectable citizen named Whitwith instances too numerous to mention field Hnzol Croon Aonclomy a brother of Colonel Whitfield who of persons both in the Old and New was at that time general solicitor of the The above well known institution will World who have acquired knowledge in Southern Express The two begin its eighth term on Monday SepCompany the printing oflico that fitted them for men had some misunderstanding about tember 5th 1887 with a full corns of high positions to which they were called a woman and Doran it is said took re- Â¬ competent teachers Thin is tho best We know of at least three who worked venge by enticing Whitfield into a room known and lias been tho most succesyfnl at the case here in Paris who entered and shooting him dead without a mo educational institution eastof Lexington the ministry Risliop Knvnnnugh of the ments warning At the trial a woman and since its existence a few yenrs ago Methodist church Leslie R Gait of tlie with whom Doran was living went on has done more to elevate and educate tho Christian and John McFnrlnndMcCunn the stand aud swore that the killing was people of the mountains than any similai1 of the Episcopal Pari Kentuckian In all the surrounding On her testimony the institution in self defense Hi there Craddock record another murderer was acquitted Doran left Ten Â¬ counties may be found students of this Rev S Xcnophon Swimm was formerly nessee soon after this episode and went school holding honorable and lucrative a compositor on this paper but he now to Malvern Ark where he and a com Â¬ positions as teachers With the present goes into tlie highways and the byways panion named Charley Sherman became term will begin a new era and people of seeking whom lie may save with his so notorious that they were driven out of the blue grass country who want their Craddock suave sermons old fel the State by order of thu Governor Sher Â¬ children educated in a moral and health Paris cant claim all the great ones in man was afterward killed at Dnrnngo ful atmosphere will be among its patrons the galaxy by tho marshal of the place who was Hoard tuition Sic art very low when compared with schools of similar advan trying to arrest him Tho Beginning of tho End The beginning of disease is a slight Doran spent several years in Texas tages and all who have the means to debility or disorder of some of the vital where he was known as a desperado educate their children can do so- - at organs the stomach the liver or the bowels usually There are dyspeptic Whilo at Denison he shot and killed a little expense syintoms the liver is troublesome the police officer for which he was arrested A Monstrosity skin grows tawney and unhealthy look- Â¬ tried and convicted An appeal was taken On last Thursday a few miles abovo ing there are pains in tho right side or toa higher court ami a new trial grantHazel Green on Red River u cow be through the right shoulder blade The climax is often an utter nrnstrntinn of ed but during the delay the principal longing to Leander Ilrooks gave birth to the physical energies perhaps a fatal is witnesses for the prosecution died or dis- - a calf which is the most wonderful in sue JJut it tlie lilueulty m met in time appeared and Doran again escaped pun some respects we have ever heard oi with Hostetters Stomacli Ilitters which isliment The dastardly assault of Doran is always elleetivo as a remedy and it The calf was of good size aud well should bo resorted to at an early Mage and eight other rullians on the Flinn developed with thu exception of its head there will be no reason to apprehend brothers tit J lot Springs Ark three and face which was forked to the shape those injurious subsequent effects upon years ago is still fresh in the memories the system often entailed by entiiely of newspaper rniders The Doran gang of a V with a nostril in each fork Tho tongue and mouth were plainly visible cured diseases Far better isit also to employ this safe remedial agent in fever was bitter against tlie Flinns who had through the aperture made by the forks and ague and other malarial complaints been instrumental in closing a skin and just above the eyes was a round hole than quinine aud other potent drugs gambling house in which the Major had as large as a silver half dollar whero the which even when they do prove efiect an interest Doran and ids friends armed brains should have been which was per Â¬ ual for a time ruin tlie stomach and imthomsclves witli shotguns aud concealed pair the general health fectly empty The Calf lived only a few themselves in a house one day while tlie Grant Thomas and wife neo Fanny Flinn brothers and two or three others minutes after Iiirtln Pieratt were visiting relatives and were enjoying a drive As tlie carriage Tho following are the rcgixtors at tho friends here a few days last week and passed the house the rullians opened lire Day House returned home on Saturday Grant is a on its occupants One of tho Flinn boys FoutaiuT Fox Itullitt county candidate for Superintendent of County and another man were killed aud tlie Sam Kemp West Liberty Schools for Leo county He is every icst wero wounded Frank Flinn the John Patrick linger way qualified for the position Having brother who escaped now lives in ChiI Win Patrick been a student at Hazel Green Academy cago R K Smith Louinville aud a successful teacher in several insti- Â¬ A rather amusing story is told of ono Dr U II Cooper OwiugsVillc tutions iif learning he is well posted on of Doraus expoiiunces in Chicago which II Dr G W Conner the modern methods of education aud illustrates his iaek of courage as woll as if elected will elevate thu standard of his quarrelsome disjKisition lie took a Hon R M iMcrntt Dciuoeratiu CmU the common school system in Lee coun- chair in a Palmer Hotifc barber shop one iitiato to r tuo amiiiKcniiio uuriy iourtn ty The position being a non political day to get shaved and immediately be lUtrict will speak lit I laze J Green Acad one all good cIiIoiih Democrat and Re gan abiulug the barber who lie claimed emy today and it is expected that fMn publican having thu interest of their Thu barber Ihowu will 1m hum nlttot Hpcttklfig 1U children at heart should unite hi giving used a Milled towel on him fr protenteil that it wjik ulciin whereupon 1 oclock 1 Ml him their support Â¬ Â¬ 7 It shall be the duty of the Secretary of State after the adjournment of this General Assembly to make out the form of a registration book and certificates to be made and used as herein provided and to furnish the same to the Public Printer forthwith and 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 sherills who shall see that they are delivered and used at the vaiious voting places as herein required 8 That any officer failing to do or per form any of the acts or duties enjoined upon him by thu third fourth fifth sixth and seventh sections of this act shall be subject to a line of five hundred dollars to be rccovrcd by indictment of loiK any grand jury in any court having jurisdiction thereof and shall upon conviction Â¬ of a Noted Desperados Cnreer Cincinnati Enquirer July 20 Major shot by Pink Fogg on Saturday night last died this morn- Â¬ ing of his wounds and will be buried A S Doran who was Foivr Smith Auk July li Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ got out of tho chair swearing ho would go somewhere else and get shaved The manager intercepted him however learn- Â¬ ed his grievaneo nnd induced him to take another chair When ho was leaving tho shop after being shaved and perfumed to his satisfaction he was met outside tho door by tho barber whoso services he had refused Tho tonsorinl artist wis mad clear through aud asked Doran who was a stranger to him what com- Â¬ plaint he had made to tho manager Doran made some insultnig reply when the barber hit him square in the eye and followed it up with a shower of blows that sent him into tho gutter As soon as he could recover his equilibrium Do- Â¬ ran dashed down the street with tho barber after him and finally escaped by running through a salton tuul getting into the alley in the rear Doran is now under indictment for making a murderous assault with a knife upon a negro named Arthur Parker at Hot Springs m Â¬ Si Vi three-card-mon- te Â¬ Â¬ iiti Â¬ I ri Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ i J Hi Â¬ 1 HS1 n Â¬ Â¬ -- lis YMfl a- - 7 m OH th -- ulMfetv HfiifciiliwBWn k 9vmlmdBlfoirt L rKir7 tiWHW BMM MlifirWMKMl -- tiSJBS yr m 3fi4pMHMf4 nwr MNf y HM ifHKi fPHi VAMT y ff AZBL GKEBN EERALD SPENCER COOPER Publisher NEWS NOTES Lionel Louis Cohen P is announced Judgo Shcpard has rofuscd to admit tho boodlcrs McUarlglo and McDonald to ball Co a small brokerage firm Kohlsoat of Now York City havo announced tholr inability to meet their engagements Charles Saylor a youth of soventcon shot and killed Dick Cohen nt Danville Vn tho other night Saylor has been lodged in jail In tho Harvard Columbia four mile boat raco on tho Thames river near Now Lon- Â¬ don Conn tho other day Columbia wpn in 2020 beating tho record for collcgo crews Tho commission nppointcd by Queen Vic- Â¬ toria to investigate the system of M Pas- Â¬ teur has submitted a report which is gon crally favorable to tho adoption of his methods The tenants on the estates of tho Coun- Â¬ tess of Kingston at Mitchelstown County Limerick Ireland havo resolved to resist tho evictions to which thoy will shortly bo subjected Tho safo of tho Willoughby O pestoffleo was blown open tho other night and be Â¬ tween live nnd six hundred dollars taken No cluo to the burglars Governor Hill of New York has vetoed tho bill imposing a tax upon bucket shops The yacht Gencsta won the jubilee raco around tho United Kingdom from South End to Dover Nine moro bodies have been recovered of persons drowned by the water spout near Toulouse France Tho Alexandria County bank of Cairo 111 has been authorized to commence business with a cnpital of 150000 Tho Archbishop of Cologno has excommunicated Baron Kolomaehor for having challenged Baran Sohorlemcr to a duel Pierce Yodcr of Stcnmtown O fell off a O passenger train near Wads NY P worth O the other night and was instantly killed Secretary Fnirchild said recently that the reports received by him from New York did not indioato that tho Treasury Department would be called upon to in torforo for tho relief of tho money markot Had such action been necessary he could have ordered tho immediate payment of tho interest duo on July 1 on four per cent bonds about l00000 or tho immcdlato redemption of tho outstanding throo per cent bonds lt7K000 As far as ho was informed tho Hurry was a speculative and artiilcial one and only very incidentally due to a demand ftr money The enormous popularity won by the Crown Princo Frederick William during tho jubileo festivities has been enhanced by tho relation of an incident in tho procession to Westminster Abbey showing his Arriving nt tho democratic tendencies Abbey the Prince as he was ascending tho steps saw in the crowd an old friend whom ho had not met in eight years He stopped turned back and with great diffi culty making his way through the crowd shook hands with the gentleman returning to nnd entering the Abbey amid tho cheers of those who witnessed the scone Dr It N Mills and John Laidlow tho de frauding pension agents in the case of Blind Patterson who were arrested in Virginia recently and brought to Washington havo been taken to Elmira N Y where they will bo tried Surgeon General Hamilton of tho Mnrine Hospital service has ordered that the tents in tho possession of the government at New Orleans bo removed to Tampa Flu for uso at tho rcfugo station which it is proposed to establish there News from tho Cherokco Nation reports serious trouble between contractors and workmen on the now rnilroad which is being constructed through tho Territory It is stated that three men were killed in u fight the other day The United States Marshal and a posso havo started for the sceno of tho disturbance John Thomas Ross colored of Baltimore convicted of the murder of Emily Brown whlto whoso body was sold by him him to tho Medical University has been sentenced to bo hanged Tho Court of Ap pcals aftlrmed tho verdict of tho jury The Governor will appoint tho day of execution The new statuo of the Into Governor Allen the gift of tho State of Ohio to Statu- Â¬ ary Hall in the National Capitol has been placed on its pedestal near tho Fulton statue on tho right hand side of tho door leading townrd tho House of Representa- Â¬ tives The Secretary of tho Treasury has appointed James F Freeman as Shipping Commissioner at Providence R I and Wellington Titus to tho same position at Tho death of Hon M Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ NEWS NOTES HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY CURRENT TOPICS Who ever saw a stuttering woman The Mrs Logan fund has reached K4O0O The Rolling of uugo glass canoa Is a ncT Btroot Mns industry years old July 21 Cleveland will of Cuba bo twenty thrco that ovory thing is taxed thoro except the air Doon KNoii lanterns on which istho num- Â¬ ber of your houso nro new VVALTEnMuHHATGinsoN istho namoof King Kalakauas right hand man Goveiinok Tokues of Bonora offers 100 each for heads of Apache Indians St Louis has now twenty four condemn cd and accused murderers in her jail Five thousand hogsheads of tobacco were burned in a Louisville lire the other day Missouiu heads the list in tho condition of the wheat crop showing a full 100 per cent It is estimated that thoro nro sixty thousand colored Knights of Labor in the Bouth A daughter of Sonator Enstls of Louisiana is the best horseback rider in Washington The Rochester Advertiser offers Ilcnry Goorgo a farm if ho will movo on it and go to work Op 70873 superfluous women in Massachusetts more than eighty live per cont nro widows A hucknt writer on China puts the pop- Â¬ ulation of the Empire at four hundred and fifty million Caklyles old house at Chelsea visited by many tourists is in a scandalous state of dilapidation A vicah in England lias greatly distin guished himsolf by refusing to baptizo a child Jubileo English children are to bo pitied this year Some of tho new ones are being named Jubiletta Five hundred moro acres hnvo been planted to watermelons in tho South this Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ It is said E v- year than in 1880 The Now York Legislature passed a bill requiring a life saving ropo to bo placed in every hotel room An old rusty Barlow kntfo hns been found in a quarry near Greenup Ky imbedded in solid rock Mn Â¬ known as a sido dooreal day Tnn Now York Tribune says tho soiling of tho toy pistol to children ought to be mado an indictablo offense Mrs Makk Hopkins is building a ti 000000 rcBidcnco in Massachusetts She will havo 8000000 left to hire servants Governor Uill has signed a bill making It unlawful for railroads In Now York State to uso stoves in passenger cars after May 1888 IVestinohouse of nir brako fame has taken out about twelve hundred pat ents of various kinds Mn Fahnell does not improvoin health nndit is now said that he is suffering from enncor of the stomach Plymouth Church Brooklyn will bo shut for tho summer No such thing ever hnpponcd to it before Astkonomy has a new term in its nomenclature A New York Sunday is now Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Prof F N Cnoucn composer of Kath who is cichtv soven leen Mavourncon years old is tho author of twenty seven Â¬ Â¬ children Jat Goult recently purchased thirty thrco acres of valuable land atMt Vernon and made tho rcgonts of that Institution a presont of it Jack Shaw of Shnmokm Fa vowed not to wear a coat while a Democratic Admin- Â¬ istration was at the holm and so far he has kept tho vow Â¬ Philadelphia houest face of Bon Franklin is put on tho now one cent postage stamps They thiuk Bon amounts to moro than a cent The wifo of John Murray a Beaver Falls Pa blacksmith whoso luck was hard learned to help him at tho forgo and is now as good a blacksmith as ho is The ghost of Mrs lloxalana Druse tho jworaan who was hung recently in Now York Stato for killing her husband is said to roturn to earth in the early mornÂ¬ Is annoyed becauso tho Â¬ ing Six carts and twenty men have for six weeks boon ongaged in cutting and haul ing branchos from Washington shade trees that aro whlto with tho cocoons of tho Â¬ v tent catorpillar A New York judgo has decided that a tenants lcaso covers tho outside walls of the building as woll as tho insido and that ho has a right to uso tho former for ad vertising purposos j The womon of tho British Empiro havo just shown that thoy aro not lacking in charitable impulses Three million of thorn havo contributed to a fund of 50000 Ifor Queen Victoria It Is a jubileo pres Â¬ Â¬ ent t After spending a long season In Europa Fred Douglass says ho is coming homo wlth tho knowlodgo that tho avorago man in tho United Status is bottor fod clothed and sheltered than in any other pa t of tho world Connecticuts strict Suaday laws havo been stopping all railroad trains but tho Stato railroad commiHsiouors havo issued an order allowing passougor trains to run botweon tho hours of 10 u m and 3 p m on Sunday James Redhead and Harry Anderson wont swimming in Lako Contraryuour St Josoph Mo tho other day and drowned because a party of ladles and gout lmnon m a boat near by wore too modest to rottuuo them without their clothes on Dr Johkhi F CIkihlkii onlelal ehombu te the New York MoreuutUo Exchange and t tho New York Hairy Couuuliwtou hat Uncovered that a poisonous compound of lead it being used tor the ojiawellutfuf lb tatker sweat band lit but Tho total amount realized was W50 yards warehouses and oftlco Co at Mllos buildings of A J Bryan City M T wero destroyed by lire tho other night Tho wind blow strongly from tho west and all attompts to savo buildings or stock wero unavailing The total loss will reach 10000ubouttwo thlrds covered by Insurance Sir John Macdonnld has Intimated to his political friends that ho will refuso to sit us tho representative of tho county of Cnrlcton unless tho county council In some manner retract its disapproval of tho proposed vote on tho Queons jubileo colouration Tho Russian pollco announce tholr cognl zaneoof tho fact that tho Nihilists havo resumed act Ivo work In disseminating se Â¬ Pamphlets aro boing ditious literature spread broadcast and tho novel means of introducing thorn into cigarotto boxes has been employed Tho house or n water bailiff near Ihimlo ran County Gnlway Ireland was attacked by n mob tho othor dav and tho bailiff severely beaten with an iron bar Ono of his ears was partly sovored from his hoaa and his body was torribly cut and bruised The bailiffs two slstors altomptod to protect him and wero cut with a fish gaff In the hands of ono or tho attacking gang Six of tho assailants wero arrosted It Is announced that M P Gracoa mis Blou to England on behalf or tho Peruvian Tiu government has boon Huccosiiful holders of tho Peruvian debt have signed tho agreement suggested by Mr Grace whereby a eonuiiltteo of tho bondholdurt will operate tho guano and miuoral bodi and control the railroads and water routot and bunking privilege of Peru for sixty ix years only mall royalties being ro nerved by tho government SMC0 Wnldoboro Me John T Raymonds collection of coins were sold at auction in Now York City reThe cently bringing very low prices famous quintuplo cnglo or slug whiMi Raymond used to match with brought only Â¬ Tho lumber Â¬ Â¬ Tho reduction of tho public debt for Juno will bo about 14000000 Mr Gladstone will nt tho proper time movo tho rejection of tho third reading of the Crimes bill Tho Harvard Columbia freshmen two mile eight oared shell race tho other day was won by Columbia in eleven minutes Tho accounts of Mr Bacon late financial clerk of tho Patent Office are boing examined and it is intimated that irregularities havo been found Tho fight between the Lastcrs Union and tho boot manufacturers at Worcester Mass has been ended by the former abandoning their contention Benjamin K McClurg tho old nnd well known Philadelphia Pa bandmaster died suddenly tho other day at his residence aged fifty seven years a cargo or tea arrived at London tho other day from Japan via tho Canadian Pa cific route occupying only thirty days and sixteen hours in transit King Milan of Scrvia has instructed Premier Ristics at Belgrade to tako meas ures to prevent the return of Queen Natalie to Sorvia Should M Ristics decline to obey this command it is believed a Cabiuet crisis will follow A southbound passenger train on the International Great Northern road was thrown from tho track at McNeil Texas recently Several persons aro reported badly injured Tho accident occurred at the scene of the recent train robbery It is reported that tho Western Union Tclograph Company will pay fl000000 for tho Baltimore Ohio railroad Mr Garrett retaining one fifth interest Ho will then j go to Eu ropo nnd a new president will be Ohio chosen for tho Baltimore William Bradburn and Frank Glover are to meet in a twelve round contest jrith small soft gloves at Cheltenham Beach showed the country and tho world that nenr Chicago Saturday evening July 10 they meant to begin reform by easting Tho winner is to receive soventy ilvc and tho loser twenty live per cent of the gate away the most costly and mischievous burdens that vests upon their shoul- Â¬ receipts Three orders of ejectment wero obtained ders tho other day for the eviction of tenants of Mr Powdcrly said in his speech at tho Luggacurran estate of Lord Lans Ljnn In one Pennsylvania county m downe Lord Lnnsdowncs counsel said that tho evictions would not be enforced if a single year 17000 000 was spent for tho tenants or some ono for them would liquor ami it was estimated that 11 pay the rent demanded 000000 of the amount came from workingCaptain Kurdgo and eight seamen of tho -men That may very be well a schooner Joseph Raymore arrived at New just estimate for it has been calculated York tho other day on the steamship Italia The Raymore while on a voyage rrom that between 100000000 and 500 Georgetown S C for Now York was 000000 yearly is spent upon drink by wrecked The men suffered greatly for two tho working men of the entire country days when they were taken off the wreck The mere statement of these figures by a steamer bound south pos- Â¬ Dispatches from the oast state that tho has perhaps little c fleet yet they Porte has been greatly cxasperat cd by tho sess a strong significance and the threats of war mado by Franco relative to question they seem to suggest most tho signing of the Anglo Egyptain treaty emphatically is this How can the lead Â¬ It is now believed that the Sultan will ers of Labor think they aro directing finally sign tho papers on Monday Tho the- - re Â¬ Porte has declined to concede the manage it to practical ends so long as ment of the Asiatic railways under its con- frain from dealing directly with a waste which even now surpasses in an Â¬ trol to a syndicate of Frenchmen Tho rumor telegraphed from Vienna that nual amount all the gains in increase of King Milan was about to abdicato the wages the most sanguine can antici Â¬ throne of Scrvia is ascertained to bo wholly unwarranted by uny phase of that mon pate during tho next twenty years archs situation or his relations with Aus- Looking at tho matter solely as one of tria The object of King Milans visit to prolit and loss how can any practical Vienna was to endeavor to repair if possi- man hope to bring Labor up to the ble his recent ruptured alliance with Ausplane of natural possibilities while it is tria caused by the triumph of the Russian being drained of its resources by the izing influence of Queen Natalie over the saloon If a financier were asked to Belgrade government The match between Harry Wilkes and tako charge of the business of a greit the pacer Gossip Jr at Point Breeze park linn which was running behind and Philadelphia tho other day was won by discovered that a full third of its in- Â¬ Wilkes Tho best time was 2 It1 come was spent upon drink and wero Hon John F Smith lato superintendent of the insurance department of New Yorli told that this outlay must not be cus- State died the other night of dropsy aftci tailed or stopped but that he must find a lingering illness of eighteen months some new source of revenue to make William W Billings a prominent citizen up for it what would he think of the of New London Conn died tho other day aged fifty live Ho was a graduate of Yale wisdom and how would he estimate class of 21 Ho mndo a fortune in the the prospects of that linn whaling industry Yet the working mens leaders seem Roark the express robber was sentenced to think that though the drink evil is to twenty years at hard labor at Utica N j occa- Â¬ Y theo her day Roark broke down com- - j formidable enough to demand and denunciation - j sional remonstrance plctely and wept while the judgo was dcit is not formidable enough to be made livcring his speech Tho Blaine family were taken to Buck the object of organized action This is a iiighani Palace a few days ago where they grave error of judgment Facts and wero introduced to tho nobility and the figures prove that American labor suf- Â¬ Queen who had como down irom Kcnsing- - j fers from no external influences a tithe ton for tho occasion The consecration of the Right Rev Law- - j of the harm which it inflicts upon itself renco Scanlon as Bishop of Utah took and it is equally clear that this self place at San Francisco tho other day in St inflicted injury often paralyzes its ef Â¬ Marys Roman Catholic cathedral Arch forts to obtain release from the bur Â¬ bishop Riordan acted as consccrator dens which are imposed on it from Chief Engineer Henry Leo Snyder of the navy who has for several years been act without There are not many situa Â¬ ing as superintendent of tho Stato War tions in which the sober man is not nnd Navy Department building died nt his master of his future There are no residence at Washington a few days ago conditions so favorable that they may of hoinorrlumo of tho lungs The captain and three seamen of tho ship not be neutralized by intemperance Lady Douglas have been sentenced to death To tho drinker opportunities are use at Loudon England for tho murder of n loss Thrift and drink are incompat- Â¬ Malay sailor Tho defenso put in a plea ible and without thrift the highest that tho Malay was a fanatic and was a wages in the world will not bring com- Â¬ constant menace to the entire ships crew petence or assurance against penury Tho First National bank of Calvert Tex has been authorized to commence business There could be no nobler more prac Â¬ with a capital or 80000 tical aim for the great Labor organizaC V V Ward passenger agent of tho tions than a crusade against the drink Eric railway has resigned George J Anderson aged sixty ono of evil That indeed would be an Anti tho oldest residents and a prominent citi Poverty Society which undertook to zen of Sandusky O committed sulcido in liberate the working men from this tho cellar or his residence the other day curse No course so absolutely certain A lire occurred tho other day in the resi to elevate to enrich to strengthen dence or Mrs Springer nt Madison N J which was soon extinguished A man liv those devoted to it could be conceived the machinery is ing in the houso was found dead It is sup- The organization posed from suffocntiou ready but where is the self denial the Allen Palmer also known as Fred Frick aspiration the enthusiasm to adapt it or who Is accused or embezzling 1500 to the desired end It is not enough rrom J T Francis a real estate dealer or to broach tho subject hero and there Pittsburgh Pa was arrested at Denver If recently He had f 10 10 in his possession howevur earnestly it bo treated Ex County Commissioner Hauuigau ono any thing is to bo done to stop the fear or the boodlcrs who loft Chicago the other ful wato of capital health character day after tho arrest of McUarlglo says life itself which the drink habit en- Â¬ that McDonald and tho others havo been tails there must be a great Temper Â¬ living at St Catherines Out for souut tiino past under lliu assumed uauio of ance movement within the ranks of Hogau Labor Whero is Peter the Hermit Firo tho othor night destroyed the farm who will preach this Crusade NY house of Edward Brownson a few miles Tribune north or Deposit N Y After the Haines luwl boon extinguished tho chimed re Kvkhv man can organize his own inulus of Penllold Brownson a brother of naviugs Institutions Let him give his Kdward woro found in tho ruin Tho Imports or dry goods at tho port or whisky and boor money to his wife to keep nnd his tobacco money to his Now York ror tho week ending July amounted to 1SV17 1J Tho total amount ohlldrons nuvlugs bunk Philadelphia thrown on tho markot waa lH4M Tho Jlccord Importations of general ineruliandiso were ii tfU1NVl milking the total Import oxolu It U moot and drink that Is depriving live of upoclo 0500010 many u family of food 0mnA lice Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A MERCHANTS CARD A Thrilling Temperance Lecture EncoaaU ere t by a Jinn About Town LABOR AND THE DRINK EVIL Entering in my rambles one day A Orent nnd Vital Imuc Tho Attitude Which Oreanlred Worklng Mcn Should this week tho oflico of a Trtko Toward the Saloon Peoria merchant and proceeding with Mr Powderly nt Lynn talked sensi- Â¬ that easy abandon characteristic of a bly nml boldly on the drink evil nnd Man About Town to tako a seat near urged the necessity of temperance upon his desk I lifted up my eyes and working men as he has often done be- Â¬ found myself confronted with tho fore It is a pity that so in tiny other brightest but most thrilling Temper--4 issues of far less consequence have been ancc lecture l cvor steered myself permitted to engross the attention and against in the whole course of my life exhaust the energies of the Labor asso- Â¬ It was simpl an inscription marked ciations It might have been thought in solemn black letters with a pen on vl that with the projection of a National the back of a postal card nailed to tha A organization of labor there would have desk The inscription read thus gone a determination to begin the im- Â¬ i j provement of tho existing situation by which taking hold of and dealing resolutely wife oh whisky with a question the settlement of which THE D BIES OK THE BOTTLE is so completely in the hands of those j Home on hell immediately aflbcted In all the mat- Â¬ ters which involve tho relations be Â¬ Great heavens man I exclaimed tween labor and capital settlement is Where did you get that and what did retarded by conilicting interests and I wrote by the fact that neither of the parties you nail it up there for can decide for both But this is not that myself and nailed it up there the cimj as regards the drink evil was his quiet reply nnd it has been Here Labor has the first and the last there for some time though I believo Hero that you are the only man beside my- Â¬ word Here it is independent it can determine the future for itself self that has seen it You see men without awaiting the consent or agree Â¬ seldom intrude behind tins desk nnd it ment of any other interest And how can not be seen from the other side powerful on behalf of sobriety would However you gentlemen of the press the Knights of Labor ami the unions arc allowed a certain latitude so I will prove if they put this great vital issue at not chide 3011 On the contrary I Avill the head of their programmes it thoy tell you tho story of that card Some- TEMPEJRAJSTCE HAZI Si well-know- n- ilAZEL fVbsn I And w Bewllde ey tar i Then sh Forbl I3y haul Some t SH That Seems Ephom Tore Oncfn Tot th c Com And g Tot To th in toi Tin Tho Toei Me Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ time ago I found myself falling into the drinking habit 1 would run out once in awhilo with a visiting custo met at the invitation of a traveling man or on every slight occasion that offered I soon found that my business faculties were becoming dulled that my stomach was continually out of sorts appetite failing and a constant craving for alcoholic stimulants domi Â¬ nant I saw tears in tho eyes of my wife wonder depicted on the faces of my children and then I took a long look ahead One day I sat down at this desk and half unconsciously wrote the inscription on that card On look- Â¬ ing at it upon its completion its awful revelation burst upon mo like a flash I got a few tacks nailed it up there and read it over a hundred times that aft-Â¬ ernoon That night I went home so- Â¬ ber and I have not touched another drop of intoxicating liquor since- - You see how startling is the alliteration Now I have no literary proclivities and I regard that card as an inspiration It speaks out three solemn warnings ev- Â¬ ery time I look at it The first is a voice from tho altar the second from the cradle and the third from Here my friends earnestness deepened into a solemn shaking of tho head and with that he resumed his work I dont think I violate his confidence by repeating the story of that card In fact if it shall lead to the writing of similar cards to adorn other desks I think he will bo immeasurably grati Â¬ fied Peoria Saturday Evening Call Are- - The W Bo Bel O Gin Pe T An Is 1 Si Oi T H A I 1 Â¬ Â¬ TEMPERANCE ITEMS One name for wine among the ChU nose and a most appropriate one ccr- tainly is fountain of misery Tub Temperance cause is prosper- Â¬ ing finely in Finland Many new so Â¬ cieties are being formed Temperance taverns and dining rooms are being opened and wealthy people are sup- Â¬ porting the cause Tiiuoruii the liiflicnco of the W C T U of Delaware bills have been passed by the Legislature prohibiting the sale of impure literature and mak- Â¬ ing scientific Temperance instruction compulsory in all public schools A7 Y Independent The German Government has been worried for some time over the alarm- Â¬ ing number of suicides which occur daily throughout the Empire and among the ollicers and privates in the army Eleven persons in Berlin at- Â¬ tempted to accomplish suicido on a reÂ¬ cent Sunday Bismarck has inves- Â¬ tigated the suicide problem in Ger Â¬ many and he attributes the mania for self destruction to beer drinking Chi- Â¬ cago Mail m Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 lic Jood The Champion Deceiver Whosoever is deceived thereby is not wise What a multitude of un- Â¬ wise ones thcro arc according to this verdict Alcohol is tho champion de- Â¬ ceiver and nowhere has it more woe- Â¬ fully deceived than in the sick room but light is breaking in The most ad Â¬ vanced medical minds are beginning to perceive the modus operandi and true character of this agent It has been employed to aid digestion but it is now known that it retards this pro Â¬ cess It has been given to promote strength it is now known to lessen it It has been administered to heighten temperature it is now known to lower it It has been used to intensify vital- Â¬ ity it is now known to diminish it Tho success of non alcoholic hospitals and of observing physicians in private practico is producing a marked impres Â¬ sion and tho day is evidently not far distant when tho indiscriminate or oven tliu general iihu of Intoxicants in tho sick room will llko the general blood lotting of tho punt ooiitiiry bo clamed Hinmig tliu dehiiiuiu of the piutiiu6 0 t mm EKS1 JfEam - F wi - Hazel Gbeen Herald SPENCEIl COOlEK Publisher ilAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY ANGEL MINISTRY TOisn do tho doid return tapers bum When midnight And nchliig heads on fever beds Bewildered toss and turn Then shrouded forma arise to startle watching eyes Forbid to close In sweet repose By huuutlng memories Some friend of long ago In robes of virgin snow Seems floating to and fro Ephemeral and pale our quickened snnses quail To recognize with holden eyes One from within tho vail Not this a guardian sprite from golden gates of light Come down to bless our wilderness And guide our footsteps right Thnj come or seem to come from a celestial home To bid good cheer that Heaven Is near To his the land of doom In tones tho soul may hear if not tho mortal They bid the sad Look up be glad Tho Comforter Is near To That fancy brings on whispering wings ear a felon It is what the lawyers call grand larceny ami I will be sent to the penitentiary but I would not admit ti lie to save myself from all this degra-Â¬ dation Mr Belcher now discovered that he had no ordinary perou to deal with She was either innocent or the most brawn criminal he had ever met N Aer had he known one actually guilt v o assume her manner and tone Tho sheriff thought Of course she is guilty Judge Arnolds family stand too high in social circles to have made a false report on the girl and the Judge is too shrewd to be mistaken Of course she is guilt v Judge Arnold can have no deep game to play in this matter The girl was poor and friend- Â¬ less and he had expressed himself as regretting that it had occurred He looked at Helen She met his eyes with an unwavering gaze Her manner 1 have done nothing to merit said this and can not be made to bow my head in shame You may puuih me if you will but you can not break my spirit She is certainly a case thought the sheriff turning his face toward the Oh 1 do wish she coach window would plead guiltv shes foolish if she What about horP demanded the Would you beliovo any promise I father gruffly would make you tho girl asked Shes been arrested for btealiaV Well yes I might Well what of it No one believes what I say I am Innocent of any crime yet no ono beÂ¬ Its a lie thats all thundered on Clarence in a voice full of furv lieves me Even the sheriff insists my pleading guilty and admitting a crime I never committed No 1 dont said tho sheriff a it tlo nettled I wanted you to plead guilty if you committed the offense it would be better for you in tho end Promise me that you will mako no effort to escape said tho jailer and you need not enter tho walls of tho jail Helen gave her promiseand was told come on She arose and followed the jailer to his house There were many curious eyes turned upon her sis she went to the jail for the news of her arrest had spread all over tho village She reached the house of the jailer and was ushered in to HOME FARM AND GARDEN r I Dont try to mulch tosavo labor of cultivation as some do and get a vile compound of straw and weeds Mulch- Â¬ ing is often only the excuse of tho shift- Â¬ less gardener Fanners Jicvitw If you wish to prevent woods and grass from growing on tho walk ways sprinkle kerosono oil freely but bo careful not to get it on tho plants you wish to grow along tho borders One of tho most absurd and mischiev- Â¬ ous errors of tho day is that of tho father who gives to tho son destined for a farmer an education inforior to that ho bestows upon tho ono des- Â¬ tined for a profession Ben Perley Poorc chaptek xiv CLARKNCB AND HOSK FORM A 1IKAVB TION AND CARRY IT OUT RESOLU Â¬ dont for The last was muttered loud enough Helen to hear She quickly re Â¬ toil sponded Meet poor reward they may afford A respite from turmoil It may be foolish to plead not They come for their defense to youth and In guilty Mr Uelcher but it will lie right nocence It is better to be right than to be wise When balmy sleep serene and deep The sheriff was silenced The village Beguile tho waking sense was soon reached and the rockaway Belike they prompt a dream and make It roal drove up to tho ollice of the magis- Â¬ seem earths ungonlal soil where suffering and Â¬ Of Glide tlnso oer the jasper struma wo love who now above trate Perchance a message bear to weary sons of care To buoy them up with blessed hopo And guard from errors snare Is deaths dark valley near Never fear Intlirtrt love will surely prove Sudlciont even here way Thoy whisper Our guardian angels they to bear us on tho To Heaven wheneer Oer stormy seas the deputies we pray How swcot twould be to know that thoso once loved below Noor us forget but love us yet And thus remembrance show Unseen our stops attend unheard our cause J defend Beguile our fears dry up our tears And peace and warning send To know they see and hoar our words and ac- Â¬ tions hero Would hold us back from errors track And strengthen comfort cheer Since thoy our acts may see how guarded wo should be Nor fright away by night or day This Angel Ministry Mrs J V Van Dyrk in Christian at Vork HEOaflAKEMAN OR The Story of a Young Girls Strug- Â¬ gle With Adversity Author or Thk Bankkr or Bedford Wawbh BrownkikiiV Etc Copyright 1SS0 by A X Ktllogg Xewtjtaper Cc tttlAPTEK XIII CONTiNUin Ho paused to sou tho effects of his BY JOHN B MT3ICK remarks upon tho kind hearted girl Her face was no Helen was silent paler than before and there were no visible evidences of an increase in her amotions Feeling for you as I do Helen I tfiink it my duty to advise you to make a clean breast of the whole thing Own up to it like a woman ami throw your- Â¬ self on the mercy of the court He paused because the white face of the fair prisoner was turned upon him and her eyes were blaing with a slrange light Ilor look was one of inquiry at least so he determined to make himself understood E mean Helen that it is better for you when arraigned to plead guilt admit taking tho bracelet and 1 think we can got you off easily For a moment the white face was up- Â¬ turned to his and then tho sweet sad voico said Squire Bluffers had his office in an old frame building on the ground floor not many rods removed from the post ollice which was on the corner of the square The justice of the peace was a portly man with gray hair and a pair of spectacles upon his nose He was writing on his docket on tho entrance The of the sheriff with his prisoner old justice looked up and then pushed his spectacles upon his forehead No sooner did his eyes rest upon the fair prisoner then he started Squire Midl- Â¬ ers was a man with a big kind heart and to see one so young and handsome as Helen Lakemau fallen touched him This is the person said the sheriff Since he had found Helen so gruffly much more hardened than he had expected he had lost much of his sym Â¬ pathy fry her The justice in the absence of the prosecuting attorney read the complaint to her and asked her whether she was guilty or not guilty Not guilty was the response The magistrate folded up the com- Â¬ plaint and putting it in a large envel Â¬ ope thrust it back in a pigeon hole There was a few moments silence when the justice taking up his pen said Have you a lawyer No sir Helen answered Have you money to emplov a law- Â¬ yer No sir I had hut two dollars and fifty cents ami I gave that to my little brother when I left him Do vou want an examination now to day or would you rather wait Helen felt prompted to ask for a delay and she did so Can you give bonds for your appear Â¬ ance here in ten days I Helen answered I think not knov but very few persons and those I do not know I would not like to ask to go on my bond I will make it small if you will make an effort It would be no use said Helen The news of Helen Lakemans arrest spread like wild tiro all over the Sandy Pork neighborhood Mrs Arnold with her head high in the air in her en Â¬ deavors to see under her glasses was ready to answer any and all questions in regard to the matter Mothers lar trum and Grundy called on her for their jfupply of news and started about from house to house to peddle it out The next Sunday there being preach- Â¬ ing at the Sandy Pork school house the Mother news was scattered generally who sat next to Mrs Evans Tartrum said Didnt you hear about that Lake man gal She stole some money at asked his Have you gone crazy father in amaement No Ive not but who over says that Helen Lakemau stole that bracelet is a liar I dont eare who they are Well Judge Arnold swore she did said the father triumphantly Then Judge Arnold swore to a pos Â¬ itive falsehood Thats a grave accusation sir what object has Judge Arnold A big one and hes set up a job in the matter as sure as 1 live tho old its a lik thats all Judge Arnolds Monvy I heard it was a bracelet No it was money Who told you sadly 1 dont like to send a nice little girl like you to jail said the justice with a flattering smile said I do not like to go there Helen brushing a tear from her cheek It but I suppose it cant be helped may bo that sometime the world will know that I am innocent though it is impossible to convince people now I will continue your ease for ten days my good girl in the meanwhile I will have to commit you Mr Bridges the jailor is a very nice man ind he may not lock you up in a cell but let you stay with his family The suggestion of the justice seemed He to strike the sheriff favorably said he would see Bridges about it Mr Bridges had the front part of the jail converted into a dwelling where him Â¬ He was found self and family lived and the thing telked over If it could Mr be done he had no objection Belcher assured him that ho had the opinion of tho justice of tin peace on that subject and that it could be done The result of their with propriety conference on the matter was that they went to the justices oflioe where Helen with her bonnet drawn down over her face out of modesty not from sense of shame sat Here Jack said the justice tak Â¬ ing up a paper hero is a commitment Her oao is con Â¬ for Helen Lakeman tinued for ten days Vou might let her stay In your limine if you have no cell for her as your house U a part of the Jail Will you try to get away Helen said the jailer to the gin pruvldlu I tlouH lock you uur Would you have mo admit a lie Oh no no no said tho sheriff but you know and he scratched his fsUJj THIS IS THE lKIWOK head but you see every body knows It you knowaud every hotly will know it It makes no difference what you say they will believe It Bollovo what said Helen her eyes I can having a light very unnatural not help what people May of nie I am not the flrst girl who hii been ruined by tho Uoiightlos1 or Intentional ulan dors of people who have xome claims to goodness but I urn Innocent in he tight of mjavuu I kuow Uio crime U founded at Clarences announcement Helen is in jail for lack of bonds if nocence it was Tom Scuttle for wife beatin you You think that thing was a good asked Mother Tartrum who would bo ready to go on his bond But gal seemed a special agent to slander I will go on Helens bond Clarence turned and walked away Helen In the hall ho met his sister Rose her Yes Well he came to Mrs Arnolds eyes red with weeping Oh brother 1 am so glad you are way in the night with a strange man Id n nt triiimr tn lifilti iiiim- - Helen Do you call that a nice gal Shes the once let mo go with you shes the worst gal we had in tho You shall Im going to take my The eyin of Mother neighborhood own horse and buggy an go to New- Â¬ Tartrum sparkled with indignation and the hairy mole on her cheek trembled ton this evening I will see mother with auger Get ready if you are goin mother Is that so asked Mrs Evans cried Clarence in or no mother 1 guess it is Mrs Arnold tells it whose heart the spirit of rebellion was Not three seats away Mother Grundy powerful was harraiiguing Mrs Taylor The resolution of Rose became as Wonder what Warren Stuart thinks strong as her brothers though out of o his gal now eh Shes bad enough notified her mother I guess young men who throw a sense of duty she I guess Mrs Stuart said Do go Rose away such girls as Hallie Arnold for a tell kitcneu gal is sure to get beat She is much to the girls astonishment and I Helen I believe her guiltless jist as bad as can be and is now locked want her to forgive nie up in jail for a thief Fifteen minutes later Clarence and There was one family to whom tho his sister were in the fanners open Â¬ news of Helens fall came like a thunbill toward derbolt It was the Stuarts When buggy rattling down tho Mrs Stuart first heard of it sho burst Newton chaptek XV into tears and said MR BTVIKS AND MR LAYMAN all our fault Jacob its all Its Helen Lakemau was a truly converted out fault we drove her to do it Christian Being naturally of a relig Â¬ 1 dont see how we are to blame ious turn of mind and having Chris- Â¬ said the farmer trying to find some tian parents she early embraced re- Â¬ way of relieving himself from any obli- Â¬ ligion and became a member of tho gation to the friendless girl church The neglect she had received We drove her away with her poor her many trials and persecutions would little crippled brother out into tho have made any other than a true Chris- Â¬ world The temptation was too great tian a hater of mankind To thedisgraco Oh who could blame her It was her of church members not churches bo bracelet sold at tho sale mothers it said most of her persecutions came 1 can nice mess said the farmer from them Her parents were Presby Â¬ we like to got into an its a blessin terians and she a member of that we got riil of her just when we did or church Her strong faith in Christ wed had a thief in our family She and sweet temper saved her from bit- Â¬ had the wool conipletelypullod over terly reproaching her persecutors and Warrens eyes the blessed promises in tho Bible were Mrs Stuart wept a few moments in ever a consolation to her silence and then said Sho found Mrs Bridges the jailers But think Jacob of tho poor friend- Â¬ wife a very kind woman Ono not less child for she is scarcely more than altogether incredulous as to what a child and of the charge she has upon every body said and yet not ready to her believe as men jailors that every per Â¬ Oh yes I know son accused is a criminal She had What do vou suppose has becomo ol heard Helens story before she came to little Amos tho jail and declared to herself 1 dont know I guess hell bo I pity the poor child who was strug Â¬ taken eare of gling for her little brother and sho Is At this moment Clarenco entered tho more to be pitied than blamed even if He had just come In at noon she took the bracelet room from plowing This was on Monday She greeted tho downcast girl kindly tho day after Mothers Tart runts and on her entrance to tho house giving Grundys issue of information Clar Â¬ Helen the first real sympathy she had ence had not been to church and had received hlnce her misfortune Taking only been told an hour ago by Henry both small hands in her own and gazing Stuekley who was riding down tho lane Into the sweet face and large blue eyes ami called him to come to the fence and Mrs Bridges said rest The honest fucu of the boy was There Is some mistake here Jack I know there Is This poor child sever rd with anger lie gasped Jut you did u wrung In her life Father huurd ubuut lUtluur JU UK COXllXUtD Mother Grundy Who told her Mrs Arnold I think there must have been some mistake about it said Mrs Evans Id like to know how said Mother Tartrum there cant be no mistake about it Oh tho bracelet must have been lost and put among Helens things by mistake said the tattler No it wasnt shaking her head noit wasnt sho stole it 1 kuow she stole it But Helen was such a good girl There cant bo any doubt as to her in- Â¬ thief Clarence behave yourself said tho Have some respect for your father mother and mv elf if you have none I would like to know for yourself what object Arnold could have His girl is half dead after Warren and Helen had cut her out now if they can blight her name so that War- Â¬ ren will not have her that freckled face red headed Hal Arnold may have a show You are making a fool of yourself Clarence said Mr Stuart Well Ill make a bigger fool out o myself than I ever have What do you mean I mean Im goin to see Helen out in this Old King James Arnold will find before long that the girl ho thought so friendless has two friends I am one and brother Warren the other Mr Stuart was completely dum Two cups Fiftosn Minuto Cako sugar thrco oggs ono cup milk threo cups flour thrco tcaspoonfuls baking powder ono toaspoonful flavoring Bako in four layers fifteen minutes and use any kind of icing you desire Cincinnati Times Wheel grease and all othor greaso on cotton goods may betaken out with cold soft wator and any good soap soft soap is best In cases of long standing wot tho spot with korosono oil and lot it soak for some hours thou wash as before directed Breakfast Rolls Tako throe cup3 of sweet milk ono cup of butter two tcaspoonfuls of good yeast and mix with Hour enough to mako dough Lot rise over night in tho morniug add ono egg knead thoroughly and lot it rise again Whon light mako out in rolls place in tho pans keep warm and bako whon very light Louisville Cour- Â¬ ier Stewed Small Fruits Persons with whom many of tho small fruits espec- Â¬ ially currents and strawberries dis agreo when eaten raw can oat them with impunity if they are stowed Al- Â¬ low from one quarter pound of sugar to each pound of fruit accord cording to its acidity and stow only until done This is an excellent way to prepare fruit for children Demor csfs Those who follow tho dairy interests tho butter interests have ac- Â¬ cording to a well known Massachusetts dairyman found in the Jersey and tho Guernsey the best butter cows Thoy will in his opinion mako tho most and best butter This dairyman atter re- Â¬ peated experiments finds that tho host butter is produced from one half JerÂ¬ sey and one half Guernsey cream Cleveland Leader Black Cake In this cako fruit may boused or dried apples two cups soak over night in a littlo water chop fine size of peas boil in a cup of mo Â¬ lasses and stir frequently until pro served through Beat threo eggs work ono cup of butter and two cups of su- Â¬ gar together one half cup of molasses one toaspoonful each of nutmeg cloves and cinnamon ilvo cups of Hour dredge your fruit with it ono cup of sweet milk and one heaping teaspoon ful of soda Household POOR COUNTRY ROADS A Reform Tliat la Needed In Nearly Kvery Ilurul Community It is indeed a matter of surprisa Â¬ i M 31 that with our rapid progress and im proved methods in other directions wo should still adhcro to tho ways of our grandfathers in tho matter of keeping our country roads in repair Anyone who has occasion to travel much by horse and wagon between our villagos knows in what a disgraceful stato our country roads aro often found This is especially tho caso in tho oarly spring and after tho farmers havo worked out their road tax by con- Â¬ verting the oncopassablo highway into a rough unovon ridgo of hummocks and sod The fact is that road building and road repairing is a science and an im Â¬ portant science too and it it is ridic- Â¬ ulous that work of such practical im- Â¬ portance should bo intrusted to nieii who however skilled and successful thoy may bo in their own department of industry know littlo of tho princi- Â¬ ples of surveying or scientific road making and whoso only idea of repair- Â¬ ing a roadway is to pilo a lot of dirt in the middle of tho highway until it be- Â¬ comes a ridgo of soil along the narrow surface of which teams havo to pick their way looking out for places to pass other teams without danger of upsetting It is falso economy that makes so many of our rural communi- Â¬ ties content to get along with poor roads so long as thoy can savo a fow cents on tho grand list Think of tho wasto in horseflesh in tho woar and tear of vohiclcs in timo and energy which tho saving nt tho spigot brings about Permanent good roads built to stay would bo far chcapor in tho long run It is a reproach to our farmers that thoy aro not more in Una with tho spirit of tho times in this re- Â¬ spect Thoy aro all tho timo applying improved machinery and hotter meth Â¬ ods In agriculture why not in road We aro glad to say that in building some parts of Vermont there are signs of awakening in tins matter of road hut for the mot part our rural oowwu nltles still adhere to the priwltlre r i uimluAitJJurliHflen Vl frHtrm JV t jr ir rjamrawn l unutcr jiifmppw ijjj g - jpijpi -- n i rs a i -- wmiw ii iir it ljT lrwytywiiW w ii i iii ruinSP5W5ffWiWBBBMBBiMiBBBBJBBBB jmni iP vtn j iw ii - mi liiiiiML uftWtaifci MmMmmMIWm r feats Hazel Green Herald i - i PUBLISHED BY SPENCER COOPER Subscription Slmioy to Mil wm - Atuoiniiaiiy tho Name SI a Year EhiTor KY HIENCEl COOPER miwi hwiwi wmwywiiu Wkhxksday HAZEL GREEN July 27 1887 r LI v m r k WA n SP cv li- - w iii iiiiiiiiiiiwii Wallace Gruclles Paper Judge Holt of the appellate court country precincts and individual Deinoerat has publicly announced his conversion County coniinittech j liould stir the precincts to prohibition and gives as his reason and the precincts hhotlld look alter the infor this change of sentiment that during dividual members of the party Kvery REPUBLICAN TICKET the three yea in he Jfns been on the bench member of the party should make it Ior Guvurnii Win 0 Itrnillcy Iitiitctiiiiit- - iovcrtior Mat ODohertv 75 per cent of the 85 criminal causes his personal business to sec that every Dem Attorney General A T Wooil brought to the court for review were ocrat jjoes to the polls on the first day of Said a proat man but why afllict the clop if ho T en Mirer J I Puryuni nml jivim Auditor 15 I directly attributable to the curse of liq- Â¬ Atlsmt and votes the full Democratic ticket Yet many persons read an almanac where various dis Â¬ y D Pinkerton this is no time for stickling hcratchinir or it Supt Public Iiistntctloii uor and that as n Christian man to ltoeifitt r T 1 Tinsloy sulking Let every Democrat do his dutv whom both the temporal and eternal and not depend on the party to do what he eases are described and symptoms given that will almost Ulth District Senate KI man JJROWX of Morgan he is out of welfare of humanity is dear he can no only can do that is eact his individual convince a whack and they are ready to buy Something to Take longer uphold by word or deed tho lead Â¬ vote ing cause of its degradation regardless of real XE E U A diseased liver is the seat of The voters of this Commonwealth will Louisville Commercial The Democrat- Â¬ tXIIIiis 1 tlio diseases on Monday vote to elect a full comple- Â¬ of the flesh That tired nervous rest- Â¬ The drunkard is completely at the mer ic managers in Kentucky are scared tip ment of Slate officers the most impor cy of his appetite for less feeling that goes to bed with you and gejs prompt Â¬ strong drink and They see the danger that the party majority tant of which - that of Governor For is powerless to resist its craving when will he decreased and notwithstanding the ly as the rooster crowing and sticks closer than a brother the latter position Gen S U Huekner is whisky is in his reach Let us succor hot wave the prominent speakers of the pnr tells you you 2sEED something to overcome it A nastv the standard bearer of the Democratic and save the ty were ordered to the cross roads the big unfortunate creature by aloe coated pill makes vou irate to TlllXIC of it You burgoo barbecues at dUtrlct capitals are party Hon W O I3radley represents voting both tho temptation and oppor- Â¬ I IT of it AYe Now listen are abandoned and perspiring btatcsmen bear the T110UG any tho Republican party Judue Fontaine tunity to gratify hi mind body and are after the boys in the back precincts in great discovery by Indians but we have a SMALL sugar T Fox Jr heads the Prohibition parly Mjul destroying appetite out of his the same spirit that the Miinll boy in the A lo voting every man should Vote for coated Pellet that the most delicate may take a combination reach story was after the wondchtiek the man or men who in his opinion remedies the work of one of the best It is not in the iutcicst of good mauavc of are best qualified for the positions lo How dreadfully frightened for the incut for Kentuehv affairs that tho Demo educated Physicians in this country a formula that we will which they aspire This is a right guar cause of religion are tho Whiakyites and crttic party should have a large majority give any Physician desiring it vou XEE1 a L1YEU anteed to every voter in the Inited their libeling advocate just now To next mouth and the effort to secure n big States under the constitution and the hear them one would be led to imagine ninjotity is not made in that interest The Pill exercise of this right to its fullest extent that tho bar room is a closet of prayer perpiring statesmen like their platform rSollbyiillMcreiiaiiK-5- IMINXAT1 ali tir have little to say about State alfairs is the only way to purify politics Let and the stilhouse a place of sermons The occasion for all this unreasonable nvory man exercise it according to the Some of the best men in Hardin coun- Â¬ energy is easily understood by an observer dictates of his own conscience anil comfrom the outside The Ntriugs that have set mon sense That is the way we shall ty assure us that the prohibitory law has po beneficial in their county that the perplring statesmen to bobbing around vote and we grant that privilege to all proved have been pulled by the managers of the others without question as to their mo any attempt to vote it out would be rejectA small vote for their Kentucky Idea ed by a majority of one thousand and tives in the matter In Kentucky would be fatal to the All men do not see candidate free trade plank in the next National Demalike and it is well that it is so Tin probably more ocratic platform To maintain their pres fiuVM is not a party organ but indiLet every praying man and woman in vidually wo claim the right to vote as the county pray for Gods blowing on tige luekncr must have a big majority and it is to hurtle up that majority and to show in our judgment seems best Here in the holy work of banishing from our that Kentucky is with them that the fice Wolfe county especially we hope to mid st the chief eatio of all the sin and trade managers have ordered the perspiring hear the election hn passed off quietly wickedness among the people statesmen to rush around in defiance of tin If you will give every citizen the right hot wave The outli Iveutuckian of Hopkins--villto do as you desire to do there can be A vote for Duckiier isa vote font free trade mention a a result of prohibition plank in the next national Democratic plattio oatwo for trouble and if you have form A big majority for Uuckncr will be a piivate giioviincos they should be set in that city that not an arrest ford was made dining the pat month majority in favor of that systematic neglect tled outside of politics and on any day of State matters which has kept Kentucky but election day In conclusion behave The work of the distiller and whisky so long in the ruts ip men vote for whom you please and The people pay their money and can take seller is to fill the land with murderers allow others to do the same IJut aside lllWMMMWnilMMlMiiMlWMWM1M their choice work-hoiisthe jails with thieves and the from any political party there is a ques with vagabonds Louisville Commercial There was tion which demands your attention It once a tobacconists sign in littbtn g repre is for or against a convention to amend The work of the distiller and whisky Sep 3 m m ESfiSv taxsk Ga m serei E3 Every man should M llet is to transform an affectionate hus senting three jolly fellows around a table the constitution with this couplet over them vote on this proposition It iq one of band into a wife abuser and neglecter of We three are united in one cause It comes up evciy his family Vital importance One smokes one siiulls tother chaws two years and each time costs the State The picture and the couplet would well The Stnudford Interior Journal no illustrate Simon Holivar lJuckncrs cam- thousands of dollars For this reason tices with gratification the success of paigu peeeli Figuratively speaking of the if for no other it should be settled and ES make up of that speech it may be said that we incline to the opinion that a vote for prohibition in Lincoln county Gov Knott smokes Wat Hardin snulfs and the convention is the proper thing The work of the di tiller and Whisky Gen Hacklier chaws seller is to change a sober and industri Wo believe it is generally conceded West Liberty Gem Hon K M Pie ous man into a vt anil loafer that Hon H M Pieratt for the Senate rntt liai done his duty to his paity nobly Sentinel Duiuoernt and James M Oliver for Representative When the convention placed tlio flag in his Local option prevails in Lincoln coun- hands he pledged himself to bear it nlolt will poll the full vote of tho Democratic amid the contest and he has done it He party which means they will be elected ty Tho Stanford Journal says The elleet of the law so far has been has made a thorough canvass and a gallant They are both good men and will serve defense of the principales of our grand old the State and their constituents well very gratifying do your duty to him and The counties of Powell Wolfe Mene partv Democrats While the latter is an untried legislator to tho party by going to the polls and it he has been a faithful servant as county fee Ilrcathitt Morgan Magoffin Elliott cording your vote for him Let the major niitf attorney and surveyor of Menifee which and Carter are examples of the good of ity be to ponderous that there wont be a would indicate that ho will do well in fectsof local option And though the law greasy spot of the opposing factions left ESTABLISHED 1827 It U now nearly years Mneo thismcillclno wiu offered ell as his new role Mr Pieiatt represented is not entirely enforced crime ban been remedy for Worms ixnrl from that time iw Jen Pueknir Owingsville Outlook rODlltltlOn find HfntlHIIv InftMnuul until n reduced to the minimum and the peo w wi nt ilny it Is ulmiit unUirSnlly noknowhflKeU tiirniiirlioijt nvnrJy all pnrtH this district in tlio Legislature for one of tho world to be tho not- rT ifii T rmriiii irurm finifftimi mm n nwir rtfiiuk tnH ternt and is said to have been an able ple will not n turn to the old days of was greeted by a very good audience at the II A tahiiotooks Vunnlfiifje continues to grow n favor ttnlly court house last Friday afternoon The Cfrrn often look iSSnc riiirt ARJi other ciiho thn uorni nnJ pum nro f thu result wh22 Representative The experience thus high low or any license they HrMrritnllo nn fororKli sointtlnuamost ix rravinfooil ahil eatlnc rnlcnonily nKolnftiilmviln wmiiif General delivered a sensible telling speech Lf 0iBJj trmlntr restlwtly In Bleep moanlntr nnd iirlmlinu the teeth then t gained will bo of advantage in the posi- Â¬ worms and was attentively listened to The speech POLITICAL POI NTERS Mimv hntntfliiR tion to which ho is promoted and this chilli hat been laid in consisted of facts and figures and was de tho flrnive when Frankfort Capital The Democracy of livered in giaeeful forcible manner The dlspuHM which txcau the Senatorial district will feel safe in tho cd Iti ilenth lion en en hands of audi a sponsor Of his oppo- Kentucky am on the cvu of a most impor- Democratic standard bearer will poll a fall tiroly nilounilcntnmli nnd w hott wornn havo rcatl y oecninocauao I thai been nrnrrd limrntwlo ivii nent Mr Rrown we know nothing He tant election Immediately preceding a na vote in this county hv r Mmfff loniovcil from tho w5it iirrttote1tffiltfSuwt lUlmestockVveJn10 i to put on trial the first is doubtless a good man but will hardly tional contest hat Democratic admiuistrutioti in more than u Carlisle Mercury lion Mat ODoh Command a sufficient following ouarter of a century There is every reason crty the Republican candidate for Lieutenhe hu own jmlint In one wn ennd to i xamlnt o cry lottle tie Tmyr of It Tho Umilfo name nFWi SlSl u that Kentucky should do her whole duty ant Governor who was billed for a speech Jthlliwr eli now begins to look like one part of She i a typical and leading It HKW FRANKLIN HOWAhn CO 310 DcmocruticStatc here last Saturday arrived on time from R A our county will bo favored with a rail- Â¬ and her action In August will he carried Maysville but shortly after his arrival he Jler J ASohwartzuftilCo ilfnburff fa excellent IlaTlnj my tho oriffinat D A Fahmtock Vcrml uwl arntUmtn l hive nomo of most remedy It rRhneitoeka Vrtrmlfthat and found It to riiuo In iiractlce for many yean 1 havo ilco hel road and that in no great while The with the swlflncys of lightning to every part received the sail iutcligciicc of the death of hiuo tho tleslnil effect I thlnlc your verinlfuiro can tancym recommending It As a remedy which no naff Is riotnafely bedlspenMxl with In any family reliable and rJllcitnt In all ene when n vrmif i people of the Kentucky Union Co now of the country A victory sustaining her his filter He took a buggy for Paris and kt4l jn evidently mean business nnd if the sub usual Democratic majority will carry en our people wore denied the pleasure of 4B eriptioiuiskcd of Fayette county shall couragement mid inspiration to every Dem- hearing him be voted them which seems more than ocratic heait throughout the entire eouitry A fulling oil will he heralded as growing West Libeitv ieinJlon K Kux probable that section of our county in apathy if not discontent with thu most Prohibition candidate aildroxil a small which Campton is tho center will soon Democratic people of all Deiuocraticbtutes audience at the Court House last Monday ihAiii in enjoy- railroad transportation It will No Democrat can alford to ho iuditferent Our better half attends to the temperance greatly aid tho commerce of thfc county nor can any good Democrat alford to go department of this ollice and reports that and wo hope every thing may work lo outside his partv for theseeureuient of any hU upocch was a regular Miuko killer and KAZKI CilUCKX KKNTUCKY aid in tho building of the road While itiblio good I ho Democratic parly N the toper hunter KIKM IOVVrANTIV ON II M that side of tho county its thus favored party of the people and for the people Tlio IMII AHHtUlTKKNT OP r t i II i fo llcpublirnn party Is the party of centralis thuru i n little gviu of hope for Hazel y maclo Clothing The times demand Green Thciu- is- a chance that tho KJ lion and of monopolies u oo that every Democrat tthoubl do i duty wwiimiioM in iiouiMunuiu convt ntio Tlnwnro uyf fc A coal roiuluuuy In extended Tho Htuto 1cnlrul Committee hit done Ua Kiuticky nr tho Wi two vi nn mui if Hfudwaro Table and Pookot Cutlery Crooor- htit uh hope that this littlfl spark may duty ami can do no moru than put thu gen and Farming NiQhniMuiiiiuaKtiuii votoiiicuiivomioiM lk fanned lino a ftaiug tlmVwlll bring u end machinery Into operation and pruk Iim Hy kl hm lrlr i In vmiutry Mon nml M MOTTOM IHICKrt Wil lv0 in mui give Itm Uiivr uouil votu in An luko luiyiiHuit of nny ilvln lutf mv nil fciiJ vl iiluutfo lor tyeivail ulviforlly The work now blonyx to the KlIvuiilr IVuilusv mid Uvt rtuvk vf wvvrv tlcxoriiiilgi 111111 Attorney fieucral l W Hardin Auditor Fnvi ttf Hewitt Treasurer J V Tnti- Stint Public Instruction Jo D Pickett Uoglstcr Jlms U Portion fVimtc nli rltrii t It M IIKUATT of Morgan Ior licprcocntntive JAMCS M 0 LIVEN of Menifeu DEMOCRATIC TICKET Im Governor S li liiirknvr ltViiUiianMioveriior Janiis Dryall Wallace Gruclle who did more than any one man in Kentucky to secure the nomination of Gen S li Iluckiicr for Governor in the Inst ismc of his paper the Grayson Gazette says Shnmekw and profimn men will get up and plead with the people to vote against the pro- Â¬ hibitory law because it will eliminate from the churches the sacrament of the t Holy Eucharist I Good heavens the vile whisky made by the profane swearing Sabbath breaking distillers of our county Used in any church to repre- Â¬ sent the precious shed blood of the blessed Saviour Â¬ Ita tilMto a Manufacturers of Ihst English Steel Circular ml Loin Itoi m f fif aim Files OUr AW mirn is 1 i -- a 1 Jr Glimmers Circular Saws Work fully warranted orders sent to J T mid will have our best attention A11 SAWS SPECIALTY LARGE CIRCULAR Prices Nnd A 1iiee JNt with 1vst fu and at Ruck Uottom ttorkor 8rwi for repair v II 1 iiualitj touhm tH and elasticity of temper ami ol our o oln sUel Also a fall importation line of eriiich linnd mims in Mock Swages Emery Wheels Leather and Gum Belting 1 Mantl at tho hcail the market on their merits in uoi Kniaixhln 1 hivvuatH 1 7 Vine and 86S P Day Hnzef Clrcen Ky for iew Water Streets CINCINNATI o prnjtj f w PROHIBITION PUFFS strl s llMrfMMMujjilnMwiJ H h Â¬ Â¬ dont WELL that AWFULLY Â¬ upas i- that f havent tant YEGETAJLE trythese Â¬ P CALVERT if CO lnrii Â¬ TRIMBLE BROTHERS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MT STERLING KY fc M Â¬ Â¬ runk-ennev- -s Respectfully Invite the Mountain Merchants to Examine their Stock and Prices before purchasing -s Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ T HAZEL GEBEN KENTUCKY l j Â¬ W osesaie an eta i i Â¬ - Largest Stock Lowest Prices Â¬ 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 P DAT Â¬ 3JUAHNEST0GKS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ERIWSFUGE ihMj litum Â¬ Â¬ nmruhf Â¬ ZZsssZL jpafiiil Ln i B WAN CO V - GENERAL MERCHANDISE 1 Fnny -- I - - iKiiHiuiiikiicriiiiiiioiMfii Stni I J PryPO0d8L onoos yuoonswaro Implomonts 8toy8 - UN ffyl 4 r - 57 jTtwT0f Emr rz i - Yrrs r-- WMni f HE a SBRALD 1 BUCHANAN Tim lb TJie trial of James Buchanan for the ruMi TH l iiiinm until i suiy inmer in o i i aim liitiuiituiis nun otiicrs wis limr o murr or F nli nmn P - nn 11 Matt VII IIIOH Ul H ll tlMili itt ritnri K nf nit-i - ii ill ii i iiiii Uli ims iuniy was ioegun tllli it Tin iiist ADVKitTisiMi iiiiuM larger irenlation in tin mountains Deii iii Through the in ink t io imiii Tor iy m I T ji BEARING THE BURDEN ii ith iirtH r yi V itiiMntaliinn I I i Announcements of candidates for Ntite or District olrices 10 County otlices calls on persons to become candidate r iinl thulr answers f cents a Hue Payable invariably in advence fiSaJfNo name will be entered upon the Subscription Hook until paid for and all subscription arc stopped at expira- 1 Jiie time i MsiniiCu and death notices free tri liitf of re pect ami obituaries o cent a for lona- jCC Transicnt advertisement routs mi inch lir t in ertion cent an inch for each Mibncijuent insertion Standing Auvkktisicmkntk 1 in r h jjod 1 inches 1 vear5li00 vear Jiaeho I year 900 Cinches vcai 170 flinches lyear V20Q J inches year 2000 Special rates on laruer advertisements Iiciil notices 5c a line with 5 per cent oil 1 1 1 Advertising Rates j indicated by a cross murk on the margin in tronr of your name A prompt renewal only will insure its continuance SIENTKU COOPRK 1 mm in nunc - iiju iiu iiin ii-i- - in which win X GARRISON HE SELLS CHEAP Monday the 18th inst The follow attorneys represented the defendant Judge 15 F Day W W MeXlttire and 1 Hurst Ihe Commonwealth was represented by II L Wheeler J C Ly kins and J M Kash The followinu gentlemen commed the itirv C A Mciuinn Robert Coodwin Elijah Kidd T F Vancleve James Sword David Spencer Win Reynolds Henry Perry Newton Towiisend Braxton Brewer II D Spradling ami John D Hollon The cvidenc in the ease was all in and two speeches were made in the ease ou Wednesday morning Tuesday evening was spent in arguing the case with two speeches for the defense and two for the prosecution About o oclock i m the case was given to the jury and on Thurs Â¬ day morning they reported the following Verdict We the jury find the de fendant guilty of murder and fix his iii- Â¬ Dayand Miss Lucy Cox return oil home from Cimpton Tueuluy Judge J J Byrne and T T Cope of Frenchlmrir- passed hero Tuesday en l IVHIV fm ilivj VV lllil uiiiiuuii ttiHhad been as witnesses in the Buchanan murder case John Cox who has been in Montgom- ory for some time visited hia family on Saturday and Sunday last The school at Point Union will begin Monday next conducted by Prof Joe lBwBpfi - WT Smith P Kxx Manufacturer of Best Craelfts of Pull ll kXttivAi- S mm c KY Â¬ M AND DEALER IN Catron of Pomroyton Miss Loucllen Cox has been suflering very much for the past week with neu- Pap ralgia unt5iil BSSn mfflm vl Grain Feed WINCHESTER J 3v Sick headache is the bane of many lives this annoying complaint maybe 7 HAZEL UlltiKN KY are Sole Ants lor Eastern Kentucky Xr T Tl A 1 XJ1V cured and prevented by the occasional J T for KKUHS HOMKll MILL FLOUR ami carry u large sup- use of Dr J II McLeans Little Liver the tollovving brands IMKinrnox Wheat Kx tract WUITU rKAiuiateut Holler and ICidney Pillets They are pleasant Iagnoma Roller Fancv Sllvii Lakk Roller Family loiu Superfine unon which aC Om to take no larger than a pin head and they will quote price ami deliver at Hazel Green or Rothwoll Station are the ladies favorite for billiousness EIGHTEEN bad taste in the mouth jaundice for Ieueorrhca and painful menstruation PROFESSORS cents a vial Sold by G B Swaugo AND Hazel Green INSTRUCTORS ion times at all in Ctiaranteo SatisfactGrade and Prices 1 n 3il iyi l f V I ate Colleire of Kilnctf 4 MORGAN COUNTY punishment at death IAHDW AltE QlTKKXSWAKK STOVES TINWARE jrlMiNIC TKMriK juiily CUTLERY MT STKULIXn KY Saturday morning Buchanan was A tablespoonful of turpentine boiled brought into Court and sentence passed with clothes will greatly aid the whiten Â¬ upon him Judge Lilly fixed Friday Sept IJOtli as the day of execution ing process Robert Evans for horse stealing was Born July 21st 1S87 to the wife of sent to the penitentiary for two years Miles Fallen a girl KIiru Margaret vinos ijianaiu ior granu mreeny in other outbuildings weight eleven pounds The school commences at this place two cases wan given two and three years Mi Florence Quillin of Campton respectively next Monday Mrs MaryNiekcll teacher ind Miss Emma Kash of this place James Webb for house breaking was The new church house at this place is jailed at our office Mondav rapidly approaching completion ent up for one year Married Near this place on yesterday Court adjourned on Saturday evening Born On the 2 1 th hist to the wife The term of two Weeks has resulted in John Pieratt to Miss Gallic Murphy at- Â¬ of A II Lacy a boy weight twelve the following convictions but it must be tendants George Couch and Miss Lou pounds John Miles Alexander understood that the number of cases do Ella Murphy Rev Samuel Bays officia- Â¬ Quite a number of ladies and gentle not represent i like number of individu- Â¬ ting The preacher and the bride were men of this place attended the Methodist als as pome were convicted in several of the Republican stripe but we are glad nectiiiLr at Mavtown Suudav cases The total number of convictions to say that the wedding went ofr Demoare 25 which are divided a follows to wit cratic BlilllT Services were holdout the Christian Assault and battery 1 pistols 8 bellBorn July 21th to the wife of Weed Jtureii last fcuuuuv morning aud even ing whisky H disturbing public wor ing Rev J T Pieratt ofliciating Hall a boy ship 1 misfeasance in oflice 1 breach Iiev J T lieratt will preach on Gill of the peace 1 hort e stealing 1 grand murder 1 tniMe next Saturday at three oclock aud larceny There were three hung juries during on Sunday at 11 A M and three l m On Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 12 CUBBEMTTDWN AHD COUNTY NEWS One of the Jury Friday morning the attorneys for the defence filed grounds for a new hearing but the court refused to allow them It is generally understood that the ca e will be carried to the Court of Appeals David Spknckk COUNTY APPOINTKKS RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION Married in this place Fall term begins Suit II 1S7 For Cataloqiij and other information addrcsH on last Saturday evening at the residence JA3IKS K 1ATTKIWON Th JJ Lexington Kentucky of the brides father W B Lykins Jas jc2Wnt Dennis to Miss Anna Lykins Attend- Â¬ ants G B Nickell and Miss Anna How Â¬ CO ard Rev D G Combs officiating They had been making us think so for some WHOLESALE DEALERS IN time and there are other young men in town making suspicious preparations such as buying seed and other things a Our advice is first get the girl and other As mv whole time is occupied with other things will naturally follow duties 1 alter for sale at pri ate contract We had a good rain this week with my farm AND- high wind blowing down stables and 22 Ezii July Agricultural nuil Ileelnuilcal Scientific loKocerln ClUNslcnl Kormnl School Military Tactics toninttirclnl ami lruiiumttiry Courugs of Study me oass Fail LOUIS STIX FOR SALE S8T mm Containing 145 Acres or if desired will add l acres more to it Said farm is situated in Mark county Ky Uii miles cast of Winchester on the O Railroad There is a fliu station at the lot THIRD RACE Is UNION STREETS gate 100 yards from the house and aside 100 yards liclow the lot gate track about There is a comfortable dwelling house good tobacco burn stock barn and other build- aGly ings upon the place Two good ponds and several springs furnish water for all pur P FANT poses About 25 acres is virgin soil and JAMFS WITH TJI1J except 20 acres noni of the place has been cultivated for 20 venrs It is one of the I3K6T tiKASS FAUMS IN CLARK and there is ciioiuh timber on it to fence it for or I will sell it at a bargain 20 years Any otic winding to purchM n good and cheap homo In lark will do well to call and ex CO amine this farm before purnhiiting clie DKALKIIS lV where For further particulars address V 11 FOX Winchester K or SPEXCEK fOOPEK Hazel Green Kv NOTIONS Cincinnati Â¬ Â¬ Old Reliable Hat House Etc Â¬ W S DICKINSON HAZEL GREEN WIS jotfm Gloves Ummkellas Corner Pearl and Vine i w r u WOLFE COUNTY Ollie Richart representing Chiles CamITun July 21 The county board Dean Kite Thompson Co Ml Sterling Wiin in Pollard of examiners met here on last Saturday Â¬ town Monday shedding smiles and show Douo promptly awl in workmanlike manImporters and Wholesale Dealers in ing sample- - He left for home that day Our board this year is a competent one ner and we feel assured of the fact that all Monday September 5 1887 A bevy of little beauties Misse- - Cal tho e who aie jualilied tu teaeli will ob lie Iuey and Minnie Wallace Jennie tain certificate It i true that there Maggie and Ida Cummin under are a sufficient number of competent flsfrjSew clean large well 50 For sale client for cash Homo and of Master Pierce Cummins invaded thi teachers in the county to take charge of W W MAXKKR Â¬ sue us odiee last week and presented us with a every district yet owing to the very low ventilated buildings furnishje221m Mutineer irl estimate placed ou education and the Teameager remuneration which thev would ed with new improved school Mks Lida Fant of Covington who was receive for their labor our best and furniture All persons wanting blnclcMuithin of any visiting the family of JTaylor Day of ablest men men who or all kindft uauon- made or repaired bug North went corner Pearl a net could make the this place for a few week left on Satur- occupation of plow- - stocked cutting gies sjiriiiK wagon teaching soon to rank fcitrcotSi colters turning plow n pairud plows made day for home Miss Lida is quite high among the learned professions are and laid hoes mattocks and horse shod accomplished and made many friends driven to other fields where filthy lucre Full Corps Competent Teachers in the best style call on lid Gm DAVIS Hazel Green Ky TYLFK luring her stay who were loth to part can be more easily accumulated and with her where honors and applause are more lavBoard and In Â¬ RICHARDHANKSGO The ease of Robert Evans who was ishly bestowed Mrs W L Stamper left here today convicted and sentenced to the peniten Â¬ AUTISTIC cidental Expenses Rcasona tiary for two years for horse stealing is for her home at Vanceburg A very heavy rain fell here hist even Â¬ able oiii that deserves executive clemency ing the result of which was that the foot It was his mothers hoise that the young vrsrsjy tu a aul aaa ml For further information call man took and it was in possession of his bridge was swept out and other slight MAKERS brother when lie took it and he thought damage in the way of water gaps etc 1IAZFL GltFEN KY Our court is meting out justice in on or address he had a right to do so We understand Arc prepared to make to order in a hiicrs r that Judge Lilly will ask the Governor every instance where it is due The Hazel Green Academy Co style and ou shoit notice Ludfcs and iunts grand jury is inquiring very closely into to pardon Evans Fine Mios and Hoots iu latest htjles and paft meanness of the people and as a HaI Green Wolfu counto Ky of best material llepairiug will receive prompt attei Hnn nni prices ou all woik be James Collins who was taken to the natural consequence quite a number of J7T JiinjpJ II jMnlapiW Harrett r nioiiablc Call and mc us penitentiary hist week bv the sheriff of indictment- - are being made CCMMIKS KON np271y Breathitt county under sentence of Mr Henry Vincil an old and well aCly r- TUGGLE one year for hog stealing returned to his riQlMlftflif Ol 170tl who liunrl about two iiiiimi M a M M WITH fl fj j home in Breathitt with the sheritf and miles from town died on last Wodnoa- - Vf nULcbALt fYTJ Gguards he being pardoned by the Govern- Â¬ day Also the wife of Gentry Mullitw Co i W Manufacturers aud Wholesale Deafen in or after remaining iu prison ten hours uf Mullin j Point died on tiio anie day Mnilfjture S of JOilbKIlfr OP I It seems that it was a ease of malicious Iolitita seem to engage the attention of er Boys prosecution arid Collins was not really many ot our mcit Utstuigimlicn citizenvr ami U7 wmx llAUii Hruiiivr ANO DKALKKS in guilty but thought he had bought the Some of them have struck something CTNOINNATX OHIO hog These facts were made known to new and they are making n great deal of SADDLERY HARDWARE Governor Knott and lie pardoned him unci 730 W Uiun St noi e about it Once iu a wliilo you will TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK t ee some fellow coming looking rather Drs Conner and Cooper dental sur- Â¬ KY geons were here a few days last week dull out of the eye with an unsteady MT STERLING KV iltrpup refuted bv IJOR NrNKKILT fixing up the molars aud masticators of step and when iwked what he thinks u2ly Vino iStroet Dr Conner is a about the political affair- of the day he some of our citizens innde Cut this out of the Baltimore Dental College Htraightcns up as much a he can looks graduate turn to u and we will J M HUGSEA FP Ureaidun t Im a free soincthiinf of aud not only thoroughly understands his very wise and snys 20ly jrreat vniun nau importance to you tlint will p pprohibitioiier Avis W W THOMSON Cashier profession but is prepared to practice it Mart you iu busim M which will iiriii you liis instrument ease being supplied with Coxh Hill July 22 Kov William iu nun i i mouov ruht away than anythiiic JJlUKOTOIty VAT0011 vo at homo Hudnwkb woret Vi c i i k III IIIC illll JtllJTJII- f Villi i 11IU IlfR impitwprkfi VttfjJiHH Ylli overy necessary adjunct IK did i everal Chapel IJranch gnvo an ex- - lu udllventlioiu5 Kithorhox Mmw Somo JXmim Choiik Ahdrkw Fiarip A V VanythhiK clw iu tjho vrhi OapJtHl I Wi IIIH5- jwnt oonw money for all jobs of dentistry hero mid rendered in vcllcnt pcech to tho pupils of Samlfield tiuiii tint maided you amnturtujl ftyv Roh mx W will tart you ciipifl not worker all ttj on Any one can dii tku tfork J T Uiaiihut Dr It It DrAKH each ease perfect sathfaetiuii iu prico Hchool londay lait nooded Tills lnone of the jcnuinc linpor luraa surainH mirri from rtrM Htrt CoKtlV wr3tlr He will come again Mrn IK F Day of Mi Sterling and taut cluuicoH of u lifetime flume who are and performance outilt und terniH free JJctfer Hof iMmv umbitiouri and uiircrpriiini will not delay CoitK you nntblnj to Ril us yMr HtMlyiM i In October due notice of which will he Mm V h Stamper of Vanceburg jitus Grand outflt free PAPERS FOIt SALE at this mid find nut if you aro wlw yH wiH4 Address Tiu Jc Co iuTitj I J mum cdhereTliursJuyHU route to Maytowii Auutu Muliii ut own H IIaiiKtt J Go NrtkujL Hyx uUic4uU0Ccnt4ierl0O of this eounty lat week to thh oilieo a rock containing eov czal peeimeii of fern in a petrified state Every leaf and fibre is perfect in form Will Ullair the term two in felony eases and one in a misdemeanor trial The ernnd jury done good work re t MTi A mu fL Ml MMW Maytowii Mil M A YT Â¬ u Â¬ CINCINNATI O - turning 120 indictments W X KEN T lT Iv Y WOOL CARDING Will always be found ready to attend io the want of tin patrons of the house Thank- Â¬ ful for pat patronage you are invited tocall and mc us when in the city and Uncle lint Fant proiniMCf to put on fiis bet good looks when waiting upon you aG Cm Pall Term Begins Grinding and Sawing1 Til Â¬ ecrt Flour Meal Feed and Lumber Queensware Glassware Lamps Walnut c NOTICE - Decorated Dinner and Chamber Ware CINCINNATI - Â¬ Â¬ EJuition Cummins Son A f mi WHOLESALE UKllPkRv luiiulfLilOr No 29 Vine Street I DUNLAP BROSiCO Un CINCINNATI mj UlilllllUI J F - Ringgold Abe BlochQQr i - Saddlery Harness LOUISVILLE cBootS and Shoes Mens Youths Childrens andl -- 78 Hi - MONEYS 122 uu c Cincinnati O Up f ri - In Vj t rw fjfl K i- A - ff iligr T v f r 1 ji KB - 1 HUNTEKS K w h n loiumoia ioucgo numbers moro tho arrow of tho English used to go baptized shall bo saved and ho that bc this house nny ono who can refuso tho slidcnts in nil its departments than through body offer that comes from the heart of tho ASormon by RovT DoWittTal of the tho broast plnto through thobuok liovcth not shall be damned any other college in the United States warrior and out through tho I remark further If you want to sucdying Son of God mago D D plate What a symbol of that Gospel ceed in Gospel hunting you must havo Here is path to Heaven It is plain it Tho largest parishes in tho Lu Â¬ which is sharper than a two edged sword courage If tho hunter stand with trcm is safe Jesus marks it out for every man theran Church aro to ho found in Cen- Â¬ Goxpel Archery Not Up to tho Ancient piercing to tho dividing asundor of soul nling hnnd or shoulder that flinches with to walk in But here is n man who says tral Russia Ono of these numbers 300 I wont walk in that path 1 will tako my Standard and tho Triggtir Itillors are and body and of tho joints and marrow I fear instead of his taking the catamount villages and comprises 35000 souls Would to God wo had more faith in that tho catamount takes hira What would own way He comes on up till he conSadly leaking lu lMnclplIuc Gospel It appears from tho last report of tho The humblest man in this house becomo of tho Grccnlandor if when out fronts the chasm that divides his soul if he hud enough faith in him could bring hunting for the benr ho should stand from Heaven Now his last hour has Commissioner of Education of the Unit Â¬ -- Dr Tulmngos Biiooklth text a hundred souls to Jesus perhaps five shivering with terror on an iceberg come and he resolves that ho will leap ed States that there aro in our country Just in proportion as this age What would havo becomo of Du Chaillu that chasm from tho heights of earth to flOo colleges and universities manned this morning was Ho was a mighty hundred huntor boforo tho Lord Genesis x 9 seems to bclicvo less nnd less in it or Livingstone in tho African thicket with tho heights of Heaven Stand back now by 4S1G instructors and attended by 1 bclicvo more nnd more in it What aro a faint heart and a weak kneel When n nnd give him full swing for no soul ever Ho said In our day hunting is a sport men nbout that they will not ac- panther comes within twenty paces of did that successfully Let him try Jump I 6572S pupils These institutions own but in tho lands nud tho times invested with wild boasts it was a matter of life or cept their own deliverancol There is noth- you and it has its eye on you and it has Jump He misses tho mark nnd he goes property in productive funds grounds Steady down depth below depth destroyed with- Â¬ and buildings to the amount of 105- doatli with tho pcoplo It was very dif- Â¬ ing proposed by men that can do nny thing squatted for tho fearful spring like this Gospel The religion or Ralph there out remedy Christian at Work Men angels devils what 307117 Â¬ ferent from going out on a sunshiny afterCourage O ye spiritual hunters There shall we call that place of awful catas noon with a patent breech loader to shoot Waldo Emerson is tho philosophy of ici- Â¬ The following definitions were rod birds on tho Hats when Pollux and cles tho religion of Theodore Parker was nro great monsters of iniquity prowling trophe Let it be known forever as Tho louml in tho examination papers of a Achilles and Diomcdos wont out to clear a sirocco of the dosort covering up the nil uround nbout tho community Shall Sinners Death Leap tho religion of wo not in the strength of God go forth and It is said that when Charlemagnes host private school in ono of our large tho land of lions and tigers and boars My soul with dry sand Southern cities Sophister Ono who toact sots forth Nimrod as n hero when it Kenan is the romance of believing com hat them Wo not only need moro was overpowered by threo armies of the presents him with broad shoulders and nothing the religion of Thomas Carlylo heart but moro back bono What is the Saracens in the Pass of Honccvallcs his sophs Evangelist One who speaks from his stomach Siren Pertaining shaggy apparel and sun browned face is only a condensed London fog tho re- Church of God that it should fear to look warrior Roland in terrible earnestuess ligion of the Huxlcys and tho Spencers in tho eye any transgression There is tho seized a trumpet and blew it with such to Syria Stably Stables in general and arm bunched with musclo n mighty hunter before tho Lord I think ho used is merely a pedestal on which human bengal tiger of drunkenness thut prowls terrific strength that the opposing army Muse To cry as an infant Famine tho bow and tho arrow with great success philosophy sits shivering in the night uround and instead of attacking it how reeled back with terror but at the third Pertaining to Hie female sex Dox of tho soul looking up to tho stars many or us hide under the church pew or blast of the trumpet it broke in two I practicing archery Dropsy in tho head Boston I have thought if it is such a grand thing offering no help to tho nations that tho communion tablo There is 30 much seo your soul fiercely assailed by all the ology Transcript crouch and groan at tho base Tell me invested in it wo are afraid to assault it powers of earth and hell and such n bravo thing to clear wild beasts After looking broadly over the ro I put tho mightier trumpet of the Gosout of a country if it is not n better and where there is one man who has rejected millions of dollars in barrels in vats in bravor thing to hunt down and destroy that Gospel for another who is thorough spigots in corkscrews in gin palaces with pel to my lips and I blow it three times ligious field tho Christian Union con Â¬ Whosoever will let him cludes that tnoso great evils 01 socioty that are stalk- Â¬ ly satisfied and helped and contented in marble floors and Italian top tables and Blast the first in spite of much apathy Blast the second ing tho land with ilerco cyo and bloody his skepticism and I will tako the car to- chased ice coolers and in the strychnino come Seek ye the and somo bitter hostility tho tendency paw nnd sharp tusk nnd quick spring I morrow and rido live hundred miles to and the logwood and tho tartaric acid Lord while He may be found Blast the more definite and cordial rela- Â¬ Now is the accepted time now is toward liavo wondered if there is not such a thing see him Tho full power of tho gospel has and the nux vomica that go to mako up third tions between the Evangelical churches Docs not the host as Gospel hunting by which those who not yet bet been touched As a sportsman our pure Americun drinks I looked tho day of salvation have boon Hying from the truth may bo throws up his hand und catches the ball with wondering eyes on tho Heidelborg of your sins fall back But the trumpet which has hitherto shown itself in lo- Â¬ captured for God and JJuavon The Lord Hying through the air just so easily will tun It is tho great liquor vat of Ger Â¬ does not like that of Roland break in two cal and sporadic manifestations apÂ¬ Jesus in His sermon used the art of this Gospel after a while catch this round many which is said to hold eight hundred As it was handed down to us from tho pears to bo growing into tho dimen Â¬ wo hand it sions of a national movement iwith a angling for an illustration when ilo said world flying from its orbit and bring it hogsheads of wine and only threo times in lips of our fathers 1 will make you Ushers or men And so back to tho hoart of Christ Give it a hundred years has it been filled But down to tho lips of our children deepening and broadening current I think I have authority for using hunting full swing and it will pardon evory as 1 stootl and looked at it I said to my- and tell them to sound it when A year ago IWr Charles IMaclay of self us an illustration of Uospol truth and I sin heal ovory wound cure every trouble That is nothing eight hundred wo are dead that all the gen Â¬ pray God that thoro may be many a man emancipate every slave and ransom every hogsheads Why our American vat holds erations of men may know that our God San Fernando gave the University of In this congregation who shall begin to nation Ye Christian men and women four million five hundred thousand barrels is a pardoning God a sympathetic God a Southern California 150000 to endow study Gospel aroliery of whom it may who go out this afternoon to do Christian of strong drinks and wo keep threo hun- Â¬ loving God and that moro to Him than the Maelay Theological College of San nftornwhilo bo said Ho was a mighty work as you go into tho Sunday schools dred thousand men with nothing to do the anthems of Heaven more to nun than Fernando offering the trustees their nnd tho lay preaching stations and tho but to see that it is filled Oh to attack the throne on which He sits more to Him choice of taking the gift in money or hunter boforo tho Lord How much awkward Christian work penitentiaries and tho asylums I want you this great monster intemper- Â¬ than the temples of celestial worship is of to feci that you boar in your hand a weapon ance nnd the kindred monsters of fraud the joy of seeing the wanderer putting land at San Fernando They chose the tliuro is done in the world How many They good people there arc who drive souls compared with which tho lightning has no and uncleanness requires you to rally all his hand on the door latch of His Fathers latter and took 1000 acres 30000 worth at away from Christ instead of bringing speed and avalanches have no heft and your Christian courage Through the house Hear it all ye nations Bread for have already sold 200 per acre and as the price is them to Him religious blunderers who the thunderbolts of heaven have no power press through the pulpit through the the worst hunger Medicine for tho worst upset more than they right Their guu it is tho arrow of tho omnipotent Gospel platform you must ussault it Would to sickness Light for the thickest darkness steadily rising will probably realize has a crooked barrol and kicks as it goes Tako careful aim Pull tho arrow clear God that all our American Christians Harbor for tho worst storm f225 000 from the git Public Opinion off They are like a clumsy comrade who back until tho head strikes tho bow Then would band together not for crack brained A little christian boy was dying goosulong with skillful hunters at tho lot it fly And may tho slain of tho Lord fanaticism but for holy Christian reform DIVINELY GUIDED He closed his eyes and for a moment very moment he ought to bo most quiet he be many I think it was in 1M that there went out his mother thought he was dead She Tho Way of tho Righteous Shall n in cracking an alder or falling over a log Again if you want to bo skillful in from Lucknow India uuder tho sov Made IMaln Charlie do you know me asked and frightening away tho game How few spiritual hunting you must hunt In unfro crcign the greatest hunting party that Faith travels in an unseen track to But there was no response and closer Christian people have ever learned tho quentcd and secluded places Why docs was ever projected Theo woro ten thouhonor and glory ncigtbor shall any thing lesson of which I read at the begin Â¬ the huntor go threo or four days in tho sand armed men in that huntiug party way may not bo plain still she pressed her tearful face upon turn her aside ning of tho servico how that the Lord Pennsylvania forest or over Haquetto There were camels and horses and ele- at this moment Her it shall bo made so his cold ear and asked with indescrib- Â¬ Jesus Christ at tho well went from talk Lake into the wilds of tho Adiroudncks phants On some Princos road and royal God is with thosebut trust in Him and able pathos who Charlie do you know Jug about a cup of water to tho most prac Â¬ It is tho only way to do The deer aro ladies under exquisite housings and five what or whom shall we foar when God is your mother Charlie opened his tical religious truths which won tho wo shy and ono bang of the gun clears tho hundred coolies waited upon the train with ust In duo time tho oand of tho eyes and said Why call 1110 back I imans soul for God Jesus in tho wildor forost From tho California stage you and tho desolato places of India were Lord shall be scon And with aicss was breaking bread to tho people I see as you go over tho plains hero and Invaded by this excursion and tho rhiSomotimcs tho way of tho righteous is was half way up stairs think it was good bread it was very light there a coyote trotting nlong almost noceros and deer and elophnnt foil under mysterious and porploxing I havo known that helled away liichmond Religious I long to do tho Herald tirond and the yeast hud done its work within range of tho gun sometimes quito tho stroke of the saber and bullet After tho best of men say thoroughly Christ after he had broken within range or it No ono cares for that a while tho party brought back trophies right and by Gods graco 1 will not stoop The various churches of the United which tho bread said to tho poople lie waro of it is worthless Tho good game is hidden worth 50000 rupees having loft tho wil- Â¬ to any thingways is evil but which out states have communicants as follows of tho two now boforo mo is tho tho yeast or of tho leaven of tho Phari Â¬ and secluded Evory hunter knows that derness of India ghastly with the slain sees So natural a transition it was and So many or tho souls that will be worth bodies of wild beasts Would to God that right way Each of them socms to be Methodist Episcopal 4316516 Roman both hopeful and doubtful which way Catholic 4000000 Episcopal 430531 Ihow easily they all understood Him and of most instead of hero and there a straggler going shall I turn Hut tho most for Christ Moravian 10686 Baptist 3638007 how few Christian peoplo who under valuo to tho Church aro secluded out to fight these great monsters of iniquiThis is a condition which causes stand how to fasten tho truths or God and They do not como in your way ty in our country tho million membership anxiety to one who is deeply earnest great Congregationalism 436371 Christian to bo religion to tho souls of men Truman You will havo to go whero they of our churches would band togethor and right Oh for an oracle which could Union 120000 Friend 105000 Ad hew in twain these great crimes that plainly indicato tho path Osborno ono of tho ovangelists who are Yondor they aro down in that collar Superstition ventist 117711 Methodist 18750 wont through this country some years ago yonder they are up in that garrot Far mako tho land frightrul with their roar and fanaticism shall not bo gratified by Presbyterian 1082436 Lutheran liad a wonderful art in the right direction away from tho door of any church tho and are rattening upon the bodies and either voice or dream but yet Tho way of Ilo camo to my fathers house ono day Gospel arrow has not been pointed at souls or immortal men Who is ready for tho righteous shall be made plain Broth- Â¬ 930830 Reformed 259974 German nud while- wo were all seated in the room them Tho tract distributor and tho city such a party as that Who will bo a mighty er when you do not know your way ask Evangelical 125000 Mennonites 80 your guido Stand still and pray If you 000 Church of God 45000 Indian ho said Mr Talmage are all your child missionary sometimes just catch a glimpse hunter for the Lord 1 remark again ren Christians ir you want to bo suc- can not find the way upon tho chart com- ajwlis Journal Fathor said Yes all of them as a hunter through tho trees gets but Do Witt Then Truman Osborno look- a momentary sight of a partridgo or roe- cessful in spiritual hunting you need not mit yourself to tho divino guidance by ed down into the llro place and begun to buck The troublo is wo aro waiting for only to bring down tho game but bring it prayer Down on your knees and cry to tho CURIOUS LONDON SIGNS Lord I Few go wrong when thoy pray ovor toll a story of a storm thut came on tho the gamo to como to us Wo aro not good in I think one of tho most beautiful pictheir movements and use tho judgement Witty Contettn Carried On IJotwreen Rival mountains and all tho sheep were in tho hunters Wo aro standing in Schormor tures of Thorwaldscn Is his Autumn It which God has given thorn Tho last is Sign 1roprletor fold but there was ono lamb outside that horn street expecting that the timid ante Â¬ roprcsonts a sportsman coming home and not to bo omitted fori havo known per- Â¬ standing under a grapevine He has a staff sons pray about a matter which was per-Â¬ At a market town in Rutlandshiro perished In the storm Had ho looked 1110 lope will come up und oat out of our hnnd in tho cyo I should havo been angered We aro expecting that tho prairie fowl over his shoulder and on tho other end of fectly clear to any one with half a grain of the following placard is affixed to tho when ho told mo that story but ho looked will light on our church steoplo that start are hung a raboit and a braco of sense In ordor to escapo from an evident tho shutters of a watchmaker who had into tho fire place and it wh so pathetic It is not their habit If tho church birds Every hunter brings homo tho but unpleasant duty thoy havo talked of ally and beautifully done that I never should wait ten millions of years game No ono would think of bringing praying over It Whon a plain command decamped leaving his creditors minus Wound up and tho mainspring found any peaco until I was sure I was in for the world to como in and bo saved down a reindeer or whipping up a stream is given un unmistakable figuro points out tho way and hesitating is rebellion side tho fold whoro tho other sheep wore Tho world will for trout and letting them lio in tho woods As pithy and curious was the it will wait in vain broke Sluggards mako prayer an excuse for notieo lately stuck up on Tho archors of old times studied tholr not come What tho church wants now At eventide tho camp is adorned with the the window on art Tlioy woro very prociso in tho mat- Â¬ is to lift their root Trom tho damask otto treasures or tho forest boalc and fin and doing nothing theirtho other hand wilful of a London coffee house This cof up people muko minds and thon pray ter Tno old books gave special direction mans nnd put them in tho stirrups We antler fee room removed up stairs till re Â¬ and this is sheer hypocrisy ir you go out to hunt tor immortal souls ns to how tho archer should go and as to want a pulpit on wheels Tho Church Ho who is on thoKings highway will como what an archor should do He must stand wants not so much cushions as it wants not only bring them down under tho ar- Â¬ to a good end for tho King has comploted paired In a respectable luncheon bar in erect and firm his left foot a llttlo in ad saddle bags and arrows Wo havo got to row or the Gospel but bring them into tho that way so that it does not fall short but the writor was onco vancoof his right foot With his left put aside tho gown nnd tho kid gloves nnd Church or God tho grand homo and leads to a city of habitations whoso Westminster hand ho must take hold of tho bow in tho put on tho hunting shirt We havo been encampment wo havo pitched this sido or Builder and Maker is God O to bo right amused by seeing a placard announc Â¬ middlo and thon with tho threo fingers fishing so long In tho brooks that run tin tho skies Fetch them in Do not let with God yea to bo right with Him in ing the arrival of fresh muscles and tho thumb of his right hand ho should dor tho shadow of the Church that tho fish them lio out in the open field They need our dally llfo and prlvato walk Lot that After this ho was not surprised to seo lay hold of tho arrow and uftlx It to tho know us and they avoid tho hook and our prayers and sympathies and help bo tho caso and our way shall bo judged of a street hawker in Cheapsido bearing string so preciso was the direction glvon escapo as soon as wo como to tho bank That is the moaning or tho Church of God by tho Lord as His own royal highway and a caro which informed tho public that holp O yo hunters tor the Lord not upon it tholight of His lovo shall shine so But how clumsy wo aro about roligious while yondor Is Upper Saranao and Big vorkl How littlo skill and caro wo oxor Tuppers Lake whero tho first swing of only bring down tho game but bring it in that it shall become brightor and brighter bird worblers its he called his whis- Â¬ tles wero only a penny each ir Milthriadcs liked hunting so well that unto tho perfect day C If Spurgeoru ciso How often our arrows miss tho tho Gospel not would break It for tho mul mark Oh that wo might learn tho art of titudo of tho fishes There is outsido work for seven years ho never wont in doors There aro many curious signs and Ierxonal Influence doing good and become mighty hunters to bo dono What is that I sco in tho back what enthusiasm ought wo to havo who business announcements to be found Wo aro generally inclined to rogrot that woods It Is a tout Tho hunters havo aro hunting ror immortal souls If Domi lcforotho Lord Sick nrchory until ho could wo havo so llttlo or direct personal in in London of which a few are In tho first place if you want to bo of mndo a clearing and camped out What tian practiced fluonce ovor our follows It seems to us dogs medically attended by tho week or If stand a boy down in tho Roman nmphi foctunl in doing good you must bo very do thoy caro if tlioy have wot feet that what wo do or say makes small dif-Â¬ Birds to board Ladies sure of your Avoapon Thoro was some they have nothing but a pino branch thentcr with a hand out tho lingers out- ference with thoso about us and wo somo or month tho north stretched and thon tho King could shoot times wish it woro In our power to load and gentlemens feet and hands profor thing vory fascinating about tho archery for n pillow or If a mooso In tho an arrow between tho lingors without others to a greater extont than is now our fessionally treated by tho job or sea- Â¬ of tho olden times Perhaps you do not oast storm Jraow what they could do with tho bow darkness stops into tho lako to drink thoy wounding thorn to what drill and what possibility Yet as a matter of fact our son Round shouldered persons mado and arrow Why tho chief battlos fought hear It right away If a loon cry in tho practice ought not wo to subject our in fluonce is far greater than any ono of us straight Babies or children hired or by tho English Plantagcnots woro with midnight thoy hear It So In tho servico of solves in order to becomo spiritual arch- imagines evon though it is not always exchanged False noses as good as largest in tho direction of our chiofest do the long bow They would take tho arrow God wo havo cxposod work Wo havo got ors mighty hunters boforo tho Lord Black oyes Wo nro putting But let mo say you will nover work any slro and endoavor Every ono of us is in- Â¬ new and warranted to lit of polished wood nnd fonthor it with tho to camp out and rough It plumoof a bird and thon it would ily from all our caro on tho seventy thousand peo- bettor than you pray Tho old nrchors fluencing othors to an extent that wouldÂ¬ painted very neatly it as it is In tho extreme Wost wo hoar of a the bowstring of plaited silk The broad plo of Brooklyn who they say como to took tho bow put ono end or It down bo startlo us if wo realized than to load Man W roadlor to follow and shanty which boars tho we doing for tho sovon sldo tho Toot elevated the other end und kind Colds of Agincourt nud Solway Moss and church What are sign Heros ninoty nine out of every ono hundred Nc villas Cross heard tho loud thrum of hundred thousand that do not como I It was tho rule that the bow should bo just sons younjr or old aro quick to follow poi- whero you get a meal like your mother tho tho archers bow string Now my Chris Havo thoy no souls I Aro thoy sinless that the size or tho archer If it were just his load that is jnst boforo thom whatovor it used to give you no pardon Aro thoro no dead size then ho would go into tho battle with may bo So it Is that our every action and tian frionds wo havo a mightier weapon thoy need A kind of witty contest has some Let mo say thanthct It is tho arrow of tho Gospel in their houses that thoy need no com fort f conlldonce good m tho that your powerÂ¬ our ovory word Is tlmoly for tho guidance world will corre of somo ono or somo many waiting for times been carried on between sign go into etern- Â¬ to project it is a straight arrow it is feathered from Aro thoy cut off from God to For instance wo aro told tho wing of tho dovo or Gods Spirit it ity no wing to bear them no light to spond exactly to your own spiritual stat- Â¬ just thut indication of tho way to bo pur proprietors ilios from a bow mado out of tho wood of cheer them no welcome to greet them I ure in other words tho first thing in suod And all this will appoar whon tho that Mr Isaao Came a rich ahoomakor thoughts of man and tho consequences of of Manchester who loft his I hear to day surging up from tho lowor preparation for Christian work Is person the cross proporty to thoso thoughts aro rovealod boforo all public clinrltioM As far as I can estimate or calculato it depths of Brooklyn a groan thut al consecration oponod Ids first shop 1 n m suro that thoro nro somo horo who would bo a wholesomo restraint upon It has brought down four hundred million comes through our Christian assem opposito to tho building whoro ho had souls Paul know how to bring tho notch blages and through our Christian at some time havo been hit by tho Uospol us if wo consldorod how many are watch Ing as It woro our ovory broath in ordor boon a servant untl put up u algn of that arrow on to thut bow string and churches and it blots out all this soono arrow You felt tho wound of that con to I Camo from ovor Uie Its whirr was hoard through tho Corinth from my eyes to day as by tho mists of a viction and you plunged into tho world bo knowS whut thoy nUould any or do or which read A Time way Something liko thi was the Niagara for tho dash und plungo of deeper just as the stag whon the hounds laa theaters and through tho court room great until tho kneoa of Felix knocked togothor thoso groat torrents of llfo dropping down nro after It plunges into Soroon Luko ox peopts rtroly do much eign of a tuvern keopor named Danger CoMNAixtxa way in It was that arrow thut struck in Luthers into tho fathomless nud I thundering abyss pectin g Is that your to escapedayJesus They upend tkolr tiiao sad utrength In toll near Cambridge who having boon on somotlmoa think und woo sins kart when lie crlod out Oh myin t of suffering Uod blotted out tho Church of Christ muu I not Intrack to but Im- Ing whut they might or couU do in certain driven out of his house built mnothur lu penitent wrath Ob my alas I tho thut just us itstvlko a man If Impossible circumstances uad keeping up opposito and Inscribed it Dungm1 Corinth und Laodlcoa bo mercy Oh yo chased und panting souls IT it strike Thyallru mid fcMuitt Will his skepticism their Injured air go oa doing nothin- g- from ovor tho way Tho iiiouiwor 1m t tke tail it will turn hi atop if it oauso of their sloth und stolidity Ho will horn U the stream of Gods moroy and Unit iVHfrrii whoro you retortod by putting up a now tnciiv thlnt trik aim in the heart ho throws up his blot out American uud English ChiUtlun salvation ohusu of ainmuy cool yourtho today Ily No onr oucht to enjoy whut la too good tloni ruUo on the ruins astulwurl wide Htop thut ltyund Thoro Is no danger horo now rd 1 m 4M ens of old whim wouiulod In wry tag wua uuunuu tuou nasi uwuko mUslonury church that run take fountain that leaped from tho hourlof my for hlw ho ought ts Kake himself worthy -- IAuwtiV ioMrvittt t It Mid rl to IU Uvil 0lA Mu fuU uiouuUitf of that coimuumli Uo Lord lbU you atop TUuro U morey for 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Intho armory of tho Earl of Pombroko into tho world and preach tho Gospel to you morcy that pardons mercy that thcro aro old corsolcts which show that every creature Ho that bolicvcth uud is heals evorlasting morcy Is there in all SCHOOL AND CHURCH 4N 1 J re to mi su fit of tli is tl o1 si s r i 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 pjpppyi- - HVVVI Ml j Vv r ft REPLANTING CORN water and given at ono dose Also atter-of-fact laay pointing to art En- Â¬ A rractlco Which line Never 1rored to mix ono and one half pounds of good treasure Thats real cute 1J Very Profitable mustard with warm water and rub thusiast Yes its nearly two hundred Let the render think if he ever knew over the loins and cover with a rug years old MOF L encourag- Â¬ replant corn to do nny good more than After doing this tho animal generally ingly Never mind nobody would to niako a little fodder If replanting lies quietly for about eight orTteu known if you didnt tell and its real PATENT missing hills is done it can not be until hours when sho will bo able to gomip pretty all the same Enthusiast is sufficient time elapses to give nil the She does not require any after treat Â¬ moved to tears first planting a chance to show itself and ment if the medicino has been all often it is three weeks from the time of given If the animal seems conscious A Palatka Fla man dug on his the first planting beforo the replanting and takes a little food but is unablo place a few drys ago a cassava root that is done Even two weeks difference in to get up give the following for a measured nine feet in length and seven the ages of different hills gives the week if necessary Nux vomica m inches in diameter older ones such a decided advantage in drachm doses throe times daily in a were originally made for rail- Â¬ sizo that the younger are soon shaded little gruel Tho doctor sa s it is tho Why Laura Lout Her llcau JjiuraoncoliRil tin nflluentbcnu so s to be deprived of their needed pro-Â¬ giving of this largo quantity that cures way men whose service par-Â¬ Who culled twice n fortnight or BO Now nho lt Sunday eve portion of light and air the animal It is well to preserve all All lonely to grieve ticularly required an abso- Â¬ Oh whore Is hr recreant botxu Unless the fields aire cultivated be- Â¬ such remedies and put them whero And why did lie leave Laura j foro tho replanting is done the soil is they cau be found when wanted lutely tight closing case Why ho saw that Laura wai a languishapt to have become hard especially if There is not hardly a dairyman in ing delicate girl subject to sick headaches They have given uncertain heavy rains have fallen and the newly the laud that has not lost one or moro scusltivo nerves andlife long trialtempors is u fretund knowing what a planted corn docs not have a suitable valuable cows with this disease and ful sickly wifo ho transferred his atten Â¬ satisfaction and their reputa- Â¬ seed bed The weeds will also have any remedy that will prove successful tions to her cheerful healthy cousin Ellen and tion has spread so rapidly Luuras got started and beforo the replant is in tho majority of cases will prove a Tho secret is that by chronic health weakness strength aro Bappcd hig enough to cultivate they will get boon indeed and the wise man will peculiar to her sex which Ellen averts and that they have become the avoids by tho such a start as to be hard to over- Â¬ try all the remedies that appear rea Â¬ Prescription use ofisDr Pierces Favorite standard This the only remedy for Watches for Millers come sonable until he finds something that womans peculiar weaknesses and ailments Miners Lumbermen Far-Â¬ Then in cultivating all through the will give tho necessary relief Ameri- Â¬ sold bv druggists under a positive guar antee from tho manufacturers that it will season any one who has worked in a can Dairyman gve satisfaction In evory case or money mers Mechanics Engineers corn field knows how difficult it is to will bo refunded Bco guarantee oa bottlo wrapper Travelers and others whose do good work when the hills vary in MISCHIEVOUS MONKEYS size Cultivation to be effective must A mou kicker tho SbX per night opcru occupation requires a watch be adapted to the height of tho corn Tro Anecdote it Showing Jocko In the singer Light of lructlrul Joker which is proof against dust as regards the depth of working near- Â¬ A monkey in chattering emulates In Foreign Coantrle ness to the hills and character of the most loquacious man or woman As well as in that of its origin llostotters and moisture Stomach Hitters is a reined y of the utmost tools His four feet can bo used as four hands West popularity In South America tho Over 150000 Waltiiam Another point and an important one and can cut up antics which no jester I indies uunieinain Mexico anu Australia is that this replant corn will not bear oan rival but he cau not smile much it is u nigniy approvcu preventive 01 uia Patent Dust Proof Cases remedy for lurial fevers aud grain to any great extent because in less laugh His antics may provoke dvspepsia liver a prelorrcd kidney and complaint addition to the reasons iilread given uproarious laughter but tho face of this bladder debility rheumatism and nervous- Â¬ are now in actual use why a weak growth is induced it will harlequin of animals is as solemn as ness It has distanced competition hero The Waltiiam were the and its constantly increasing not be properly and sufficiently fertil- Â¬ that of a hired mourner at a funeral aud abroad to a limitless enlargement of its tales point first Patent Dust Proof ized with pollen dust The reader has Humorists say that the effect of a funny Kphoro of bcneliconco in many continents m Â¬ often seen a single stalk of corn grow- story is always intensified if the nar Â¬ Cases manufactured and are Â¬ A cask of ing by itself in an open field and has rator tells it with a grave face Mark fathers clock long standing my grandthe only ones which com- Â¬ noticed that no matter how vigorous Twains most laughable conceits aro may have been the growth the at- Â¬ thrown off with the air of a man in Â¬ A Flat Contradiction pletely exclude and you tempt to produce grain resulted in a tent upon getting through a hard days is Some one has toldnot sothat your catarrhÂ¬ moisture from Dr Sages Caincurable the movement cob on which were only a few scattered work The humorists have evidently tarrh Remedy It is euro it It is pleasant will kernels The reason ol this is that if been sitting at tho feet of some jesting to iiso and it always doas its work thor- Â¬ They are far superior to oughly We have yet to hear of a caso In the pollen dust produced inthc tassel monkey which it did not accomplish u cure when all others claiming equal the male organs of the plant not A monkeys idea of fun is that of a faithfully use J Catarrh is a d sense whichÂ¬ it advantages enough of it falls on the silks the practical joker the annoyance of dyis dangerous to neglect A certain reme yourself of is at your female organs to fertilize the germ others One of the monkeys at Cen- Â¬ it before thecommand Avail complaint assumes a moro Each genuine case is of a kernel which is at the base of tral Park N Y was the sole occu Â¬ serious form All druggists plainly marked with the every filament of silk There is never pant of a large cage which was next Moths in tho best society tho fan a grain of corn unless a grain of pullcn to one inhabited by a large leopard Farm Journal name and trade mark of the dust the fertilizing element finds its The monkeys amusement was to tanta Â¬ HonitiBLE poisons and hereditary taint of American Waltiiam Watch way into the mouth of each thread of lize the leopard from whom a board children See tho July number of Demo silk which is a tube and passes down partition as well as iron bars sep Â¬ rests Monthly Magazine for tho recent Company this to tho germ lying at the base and arated him In the partition there ostoundiuir disclosures of scienco of tho in for sale by class on tho cob and there under the mys Â¬ was a little aperture made by clearing poisonous effects of alcohol us found 20 wine beer whiskey brandy etc Price jewelers tery of the vital fcforec starts this away splintrs from a crack and cents sold everywnere or auuress y When through this the leopard would peer Jenuiugs Demorest 15 E 14th St N Y germ of life and development therefore a stalk of corn stands by with longing eyes at the monkey Tho A one house itself the winds carry a large part of monkeys amusement was to excite tho out the winner concorn trylug to pick JucL the pollen out of the reach of the silks leopards appetite by appearing be Â¬ Tnn Fish BiTn vigorously about this time Throw and the germs fail to become fertilized fore the opening Seated upon a perch LUNG TROUBLE and nowhere do liner lish bite nor bite When in a field of other stalks the and directly in front of the hole so as more eaorerlv than in the numerous trout CONQUERED breeze which carries its own dust away to lx seen by the leopard ho would re- Â¬ und gravling streams and crystal lakes of S WAYNES Michigan Mackinac Island is in brings that of others to it These main for a long time absorbed in a j Northern center or tno sportsmans para- Â¬ the very TWaYNETT SWAYNEI facts also show how it is that different pretended search for fleas When this dise Near it aro tho lincst fishing grounds KEEP HEALTH n EXERCISE DAItt PANACEA of Lake Huron and hard by aro the famous VERMIFUGI kinds of corn so readily mix when attitude had become irksome he would 2 EAT GOOD FOOD yet little known Les Chencaux Islands growing alongside THE PURIFIES hitch nearer and nearer the opening whero monster muskallongo meander 3BC CHEERFUL Now if one fourth of the hills scat- Â¬ that he might intensify the leopards Bend for detailed information to Win J CHILDREN t4 USE rSYPHILXTlC M U Toledo O SWAYNES tered through the fields are two weeks excitement MEDICINE BLOOD The beasts gleaming Seinworth Agent PILLA tins other three fourths wo eyes quivering lip and thrashing tail later than yY A snoonxa stnr -- Dr Carver London hair can see that these late hills will not delighted Jocko Then would come CotntnerclaU loORESTORER I be ready to receive the pollen as it tho climax ENGLISH The monkey leaped IIk ntocreen cucumber They iiimle hint quite nick falls from the tasselsof thcoldcrstnlks against the partition and quickly Hut iu Mok ii lew relletV 1liiU cured him right quick When they are ready the older and bounded back on his perch The en Â¬ An easier ptiyrlc will have shed raged leopard gave vent to his fury by Vou never will rlnil more numerous tassels Than Pierces small Pellet and these must depend rushing and bounding about his cage all their pollen The lurutlvo kind Small but precious 25 cents per vlaL on the few scattered stalks for fertili- Â¬ while the monkey chattered with deÂ¬ THE GREAT CURE FOR zation And these are surrounded by light EvKiir moment of lifo is the seed of a the other stalks which serve as a wind- Â¬ VfutchaU lme3 Mr W H Beard who tells this an- Â¬ your break that the chances are quite lim- Â¬ ecdote in his book entitled Humor in Tnn Best Disinfectant remedy for skin ited that they arc sufficiently pollcn Animals also narrates the mischiev- Â¬ Sulphur Soap ized and all thev amount to is a little ous freak of the monkeys owned by an irritations is Glenns Hills Hair and Whisker Dye 50c The best SYMPTOMS fodder This is not what the replant- Â¬ artist in Rome Mol8tureliiUiiboltch One morning tho muiBiiiE TnK moro ing is for usually hence we advise if larger of the two monkeys freed him Â¬ moro purscy n miser starves himself tho w ori by iterate ho gats ar ir AMfiwiMiioramu replanting is necessary that the field be self from the rope by which he was of ten hired mill utcrraLc bpcominir vervaore given a shallow plowing or a good cul- - tied and then released his smaller tnko OINXniEftT BWAYNKH ulMaiiifftIUMaU Ir n cough disturbs your sleep wolL w Utoim Itching tivation and liarrnwinjr and then re companion In a few minutes an ex Â¬ Pisos Cure or Consumption and rest p II fN uiccrauuu vim lu uiuuy MLrilYaCB IfnlOVPH planted as a whole The soil now be cited woman rushed into the artists A wT with which every body is content bcing in a better mechanical condition studio to complain that his monkeys a lot of money Xcw Age UNLUB and warmer the seed will germinate had been pelting her with green figs Tin high toned farmer is an authority on THE OLDEST MEDICINES INUS0UBVmjG5ISTS quickly and grow rapidly The only from out of her own tree A man was matters pertaining to art tlllory loss will be the time taken in the first sent to arrest them They ran over A whiter wants to send us an article on planting and the seed and one very the wall into an adjoining garden and Trap Shooting Shoot the trap considerable gain will be the extra cult- Â¬ continued their flight until the pur Â¬ Why is a bootblack like a bee Ho im- Â¬ ure given the land and the consequent suer lost track of them As evening destruction of millions of weeds that was coming on the artist while sit Â¬ proves each shining hour Aetc Age have germinated Caimans llural ting at a window which opened into a The critic is a big man until ho dies It THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY la different with the poet Judge For Ilrer rile Indlgrtwtlon etc Fr Iromllercurri World little court heard something which OoaUlns only Pure Veuulable InRit UIenU Atcnt CHAS N CUITTKNTON MEW YOUK caused him to look up His runaway See tho man hold up the post I Is tho MILK FEVER CURES post loose No the mnn is tight Life pets seated in a window opposite were Kemedtea That IIuvo Keen Tried with trying by sundry amusing antics to r A hit of glass in tho gutter will ahlno Mora or 1ah Succckk CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS conciliate their master and thon get brighter than a dlmo Judge Bwt Coujfh 8jrrup TaMoa good Ueo The honest lover of the dairy is al- Â¬ olf from punishment lu limn Hold bv ilriiiLHL The artist Mant are tho men who would rather dye ways happy when ho is giving to tho looked at themwith a grave expres Â¬ gray whisker Merchant 2rav thnnhave world any information that will in any sion though he was struggling to keep tier Â¬ measure tend to eradicate or ameli- from laughing The monkeys having The chief nttraction about a miser is his CHAMPION HAY PRESSES I orate that dread disease milk fever exhausted their resources seemed to charming hoiraJJululh Paragrajiher Otlli Lrtrr tad lltlt Iowf r H4 far Urralkn with Prlft in the dairy Dr Mcintosh professor despair Suddenly the larger monkey itfdrtM naOUH JUNLPACTVKIAUfO qUMCY I1UVOIS TnK biggest hotol may be considered tho of votcrinary science in the University had a happy thought Catching his greatest inn convenience Lowell Courier Xfarnhlnn Ilnhlt Cured In IO of Illinois claims to have discovered a to OPIUM Dr Jiluyi So pay till cured small companion by the tail he began Mtcitlieust Lobunon O prescription that if faithfully and swinging him in tho air like a pendu Â¬ Light weight a pound of candloi nnd Union Pr MUX HTKVKNH fc Vol heroically followed will in all cases lum Tho absurdity of the action and CnOIUnO eraimMoxlran War CO Give a mnn six feot of earth aud ho will WaKUliitfton CluTCland Detroit and Chlcnjio provo a remedy At least such he anxious expression with which both take a knoll says has been tho result in his prac- Â¬ the TO 38 A DAY Snmplcs worth 81 BO monkeys watched its effect upon their KIIKK lttiPiimitiinilFrtlififinrneiifVrt WrIWi TnK Htonos thttt noruo pooplo display in tice Hero is the formula muntrriiiHirrrt kkixiiolmcuco iMinifk master broke down the artists self their llnjjor rlnjjB aro Ammonia nromntlc 10 oz He burst into long and loud nnry IArKe Spirit of nitrous ether tub atoz control fnr ronnir ml olclt lritnirlWr rnte rtalnlnir 10c for Mix this well and divide it into ten laughter and the monkeys seeing that TUUiuesi try It TIIKBAYrUJHItU ItranUM Him Twins aro two of n kit with which It is doses Three ounces are to be givey they were pardoned joined in with a nuruUy unplonmtnt to bo bluffed Fall every half hour after tho presence of glad chatter youths Companion Jihtr Advance tho dlsoase is dotected After five JJtcAUdi n sculptor mukos busts is no All floods must bo rarofiilly cuivd doses are given then continue Iho reason for culliiiK lilm u bustor und oven thou should doses nt intervals of ono hour till tho hoforu Htoriiif No MATTf11 how front may bo the ends balance Is administered Kacli dose i not ho Instily puckod Into Imtf Cliooeo of human liivuntlon tho find of tho nut to he given in half a pint of cold ii luitf oiigidoruhly luror than ouu Merchant Traveler water Do not stop until all is given would think would ho numlitd for I ho inoy Ii ifroutur Wurx a mou buys a porous piaster Ho nlbo administers from one to one nniouiiL of hoihR Lubol il plainly whuthur hu lllco it or not ho gonurully and a half pound of Kjwoin waits with name of tho Howor so tlirrn mnl Y Age fitioki to his tiHniiin with one ounce of ginger the whole to ho 110 guciimvork w to iU tuutuuti be ilUiulveit In a half gallon of cold AnysH dlauur a huujfry iruuiy -M- Waltham Dust Proof Watches HAT w AILS YOU Doth physi Â¬ cally nnd mentally experience a sense of f ullneiw or bloatinfr after eatinpr or of goneness or emptiness of stomach In the morn inir toiiRUO coated bitter or bad tastu In mouth irrcffUlar appetite dizziness frequent headaches blurred eyesight tloatini specks beforo tho eyes nervous prostration or ex hnustlon irritability of temper hot flushes nltcrnatlnjr with chilly sensations Bliarn blUiiff transient pains hero nnd there cold feet drowsiness after mcnls wakefulness or disturbed nnd unrcfrcshlnjf sleep constant indescribable- fooling of dread or of Impend ia calamity If you havo all or any considerable number of tneso symptoms you nro sutTerinjr from that most common of American maladies lJllloufl Dyspepsia or Torpid Liver associated Tho moro with Dyspoiwla or Indigestion complicated your dlscoso has become tho greater tho number and diversity of symp Â¬ toms No matter what Rtnpo it has reached Dr IMorco Golden medical JBIacovory will subduo it if taken according to direcÂ¬ tions for a rcttsouablo length of time If not uunnl complications multiply and Consumjv tion of the Lungs 8kin Diseases Heart DiseaseUhoiimntlsm Kidney Disease or other jp nvo maladies are quite liable- to set in and sooner or later induce a fatal termination - Do yon feel dulU languid low Icm and Indescribably miserable splrltcd llf 4 Â¬ Â¬ entire H Â¬ I PI A M cleanses tho system of nil blood toints nnd im- Â¬ purities from whatever catiBO arising It is equally elilcaclous in acting upon tho Kid Â¬ neys and other excretory organs cleansing strengthening nnd healing their diseases AS npputiziug restomtlvo tonic It promotes digestion und nutrition thereby building tip both lleh and strength In malarial dlstricto this wonderful medicino has gained great eelcbrltv in curing Fever nnd Aaua Chills und Fever Dumb Ague nnd klndml diseases Dr IMorcoM Goldou Medical Dis Â¬ 1111 Dr acts rovorr that powerfully upon tho Liver and tcrcat blood purifying onrui throiiKh IMcrccH Goldon Medical Dla covery til 4 dust from a common lllotch or Eruption to tho Fovcr sorefc worst Scrofula Halt rhcutn Scaly or Hough Skin in short all discuses caused by bad blood aro conquered by this powerful purifying nnd invigorating medi Â¬ cino Hrout Kattng Ulcers rapidly heal under Kspeclully lias it nmni ita Iwnlgii inlluenee IVflteil Ita potency in curing Tetter Lczema Rrysipulas Dolls Carbuncles Soro Kyca Scror iloiis Sores and Swellings Hip Joint Dlsonso Goitro or Thick Neck White Swellings Send ten ccnta in nnd Enlarged Glands Plumps for n largo Treatise with colored plates on Skin Discuses or the samo nmouat for a Treatise on Scrofulous Affections CURES ALL HUMORS Thoroughly clcanso it by using Dr Pierce iolrtcu Medical DUcovery and good digestion a fair Bkin buoyant spirits vital strength und bodily health will bo established which is Scrofula or tho Ianifr Is arrested and cured by this remedy If token In tho earlier Btagcs of tho disease From ita mar Â¬ velous power over this terribly futal dlscoso when first offering this now world fumed rem edy to tho public Dr Iicrco thought seriously of culling it his Consumption Coke but abandoned that numo as too restrictive for n medicino which from its wonderful com Â¬ bination of tonic or strengthening altcrntivo or blood cleansing autl bllious pectoral nnd nutritivu properties Is tincqualed nrtt onlv as n rmncdv for Consumption but for aU Clxroulo DlRoaRCs of tho FOR THE BLOOD IS THE LIFE1 CONSUMPTION all first i Liver Blood and Lungs For Wealc Lungs Spitting of niood Short of llrenth Chronic Nasal Catarrh Droiv eliltls Asthma Severe Coughs nnd kiudre affections it is tin clllcicnt remedy Sold by Druggists at 8100 or Six Boltla forWno tST Send ten cents in 6tamps for Dr Pierce 1 I ncs Dook on Consumption Address Medical Association Worlds Dispensary G03 Main SU BUFFAlilV N 32 J JONES PAYStheFREiCHT 5 Ton HnieR Hcalm lra Lttru Hil lltirlixi IUIUUB1M Hriu iiki mr Xjtrrtif Heal A XK3HI Hru HbA tut BDtla till ptrxr aid uMrri JONCS Of BINQHAMTM rr frr prlcr IU ITCHING PILES FIURWINO BlNUilAIUTUN N Y m Sfl COCKLES ANTI- - for any kind of City or Fmrm ItalUlncn write for testimonial from your But Addretm IOUTEU JUON UOOFJNU CO ClnHaastl Ohl pay bounty pro CMGinilC Officers dcaerters rollovedi mIIMIUiIV curtMl ns or no fco Wril 21 years iractlcn Kiicct tor circiiiiira anu new mw a iruii IRON ROOFING MICK HON WATKItJLlHTNIKO PUOOr P Clnclnnutl O WuahUmtoii U C EDUCATIONAL PILLS M I AHI COMHKKCUL COTTiEGK u iiuhiiiiitui nu uuruuK TELEGRAPHY IT urnltbcd Darton Ohio tbcohoii here and tiara pood pay 6ltutlma HJr Write Valkktink Ilnoi Jaaetvllle Wla Irr mr jf Ja3f- - ViaH m Commercial Cheapest 11 5 Dost Business College in the World Ulgbnat Ifonop and Oal4 Medal tvtr alt other ColUt 4 World KzpotltioB tor Btimq t IloolcKeryl 800 dradaatc I ftcutvul Itualnca Educailoa BualifM liaalnn lOTfaabtiatisplajnl Coat of TUabout 89 Conra Intladlnc Tvlltaa Hlatlnnery and Heard Hhort ltond Typ Writlpj k TelcrrapBy jlalUe KoVaoatlottKaurNow OradaatraanaraaU4Hasoa rcrclrcalat addrn Kphraln W Hmlth rralpalr n Kf Wilbur J Baail ColleRero5 lnldttttulaf moia-ngatos-truor-dl iit ANK U 1142 WUES W1J1T1NO TO AHVKUTIHKUJI IJLKABK alalr ttiat you aaw Uto AdvairtlwRiast is 4 parr tia T X For a woman to say she does not use Gambles Lenox Soap is to Procter v admit she is behind the times1 Nobody uses ordinary soap now they can get Lenox I 4 I lr W J Hazel Gjeen Herald PUBLISHED lYJBENCER COOPER THE KENTUCKY A HtrntiK UNION IrolmMllt y of Itn IJgIhk Ilullt Subsection lNllil In91 aYar Ailvnnre AndSluit lit i ui23 TIME TABLE iiokjf - and South Atlantic Railway Standard tlmo 22 Kol Ka i 2 minute slower than Ml Sterling time Icoac Ml Stealing lit 7 A M arrives torday at Hothwell iitfVIU A M brave Hothwell at 9 a Ml Starling at J0B0 m Lexington Prciis The letter of Mr lloyle Vice Presi Â¬ dent of the K U It It to Maj Mc Â¬ Dowell printed below should settle tho railroad question iu the mind of every voter in Jjnyotto county Tho letter is printed iu full as is also tho amendment to the railroad proposition filed in tho County Court and with tho Mayor yes Railway Subscription or Against tho Exchange BankMif Kentucky Kentucky Union Italhvay Subscription as the caso may be Very respectfully KHTAltMHIKrO IN 1HAU S G SitAiU County Judge Thousands of peoplo sufler with back ache not knowing that in most caseslt jgy SURPLUS 1341428 is a symptom of diseased Kidneys and liv- Â¬ er which plasters and lotions cannot heal Does h Kuncrnl banking IniHinrxs and ii Tho best and safest remedy is Dr J Halm 100 the only lunik iu the city that sells Foreign McLeans Liver and Kidney lvxfliutiKe per bottle Sold by G H Swaugo Ha Prompt attention given to the collection BMNKLEY GHUBBS IN IKIKItS Capita Stock I IOO000 vj3a STOVES TIN PLATE SHEET IRON Tinners Stork Miintels Ktc And Manufacturer of SPE Â¬ vc arrlvcH l Louihvilu Ky July 15 1887 A M ro when we shall have completed tho road wfrMoiitgoiuery county court day special fifty five miles from Lexington Of liiire Itothwcll on the trd Monday in each course it never was our purpose to stop month at 7so A M arming at ui atoning at U a M KotiiruliiK ImivcH Mt Sterling at this distance but tho clause was in- Â¬ at P M arriving nt Hothwell at U0 p u upon the lcsneu Hothwell lor Mt Sterling at T v M serted as a conservative limit obligation we were assuming and as GEO J HAHPKH Sunt certainly within our power of accom- Â¬ LOCAL Sterling nt 110 P M or- rived ill Hothwell at il O i M Ifi V leave Hothwell ut 3 no l M arrives rm ni ML Sterling ut j fonnuebj at Ml Sterling with 1101 A M rains on C it O railway M and 157 I lor Lexington Cincinnati ami Louisville N connects at JMt Sterling with 1103 a from this Fast anil LW m train on PM train from Louisville and Cincinnati K 4 Ibuvim Mt J 1 Maj II O McDowell CO My Dkah Sik I understand that there is somo opposition to Lexington and Fayette county voting asubscription to the Kentucky Union Hallway Compa Â¬ ny based on a clause in the proposition which makes tho subscription payable NEWS1G0RRESP0NDENCE IMPORTANT Friday morning instead of Wcdnesilny Wo make this change for the bon- and feci of it of our patrons that in so doing wo can each week give them a better paper Printing the paper on the first of the week forces us to take the tag ends of nova items whereas by printing in the latter part of it we get A ouch weeks events fresh report of our stock sales will thus appear on the same week they occur and Mt Sterling court news will also be fresh Under this arrangement cor- respondents ought to have letters in by mail every Monday and be able to make them ex- ccedingly interesting by rea son of recording Sunday news bo issued on Â¬ -- The Herald will hereafter plishment Subsequent negotiations have how- Â¬ ever rendered the limitation of no conse Â¬ quence to us and assure us ample funds to complete tho road to our properties in JSreathitt county As there is no longer any reason for this condition and in order to icliovo the question as antagonism on this ground I wish that iu behalf of the Kentucky Union Jtailway Company you would announce that instead of the subscription being payable when fifty five miles shall have been completed it shall not bo payable until we shall have built the road and put it iu operation to Hreathitt county You are authorized to put this in any - CmxV R v form necessary and to agree that in tho act of the Legislature ratifying any such subcriptiou this shall be inserted as one of the conditions I think we have good cause to congratulate ourselves on the progress we have made ami tho favor our enterprise Â¬ has met from those to whom wo have presented it gives me greater confidence iu its merits and in the growth and de velopments that will follow in Eastern Â¬ Kentucky Very truly yours St John Hoyik Vice President In accordance with the above letter Exposure to rough weather jettln the railway company on yesterday filed ilKKNDON vet living in damp localities are favor in the County Court and with tho May- Â¬ Cooriiit fthlu to tho contraction of diseason of the or Iteal Estato Agents an amendment to its proposition Kidney and bladder Ann preventive which reads as follows Tho Coal Road anil lor tho cure of all Kidney and liver Lhxinhton Ky July IS 1887 double use that valuable remedy Dr Major Breckinridge an expert engi J If MeLcanH Liver and Kidney Halm To the County Court of Fayette County neer of New York in company with H Swango Sold by 41 iu per bottle and the Major and General Council of Geo Harper went up the Coal Itoad K Jlaol j recti Lexington S A It It Sunday The engineer GBNTiiiMKv The Kentucky Union wnssent by II E Huntington General following are tho registers at tho Tho iPiutatt lloiiho Railway Company respectfully states Manager of the K C It It for the purh It Card well Jackson that no part of the subscription asked pose of looking up the most practical Jbook Combs by it of tho city of Lexington or of routo for the extension of the Coal Itoad Utick Combs Fayette county outside of tho city of They left Chamber- - station on horseback James 11 Strong CrockctUvillc Samp Haddix Lexington will bo expected or asked for Hazel Green Mr Huntingtons i Iimea Collins Hunting Creek for until the undersigned has completed object is to determine whether it will W II Combs Taekrtou its railroad as provided in its proposi- Â¬ pay to buy the road and make it a standAlex Sevier Uarbourvillo tion to you upon a separate road bed of ard gunge to Hazel Green Sentinel flames Tugglo K O llieimrt Mt Sterling its own and not over the road bed or Democrat V 1 Youpg Mt Sterling rigbt of way of any other road in a Wc learn that Major Breckinridge reS J Young continuous lino from the city of Lex Â¬ turned from the head of Glady and ex Â¬ r H llraxclton Knoxvillc ington to Hreathitt county And you pressed himself as entirely satisfied with S 11 Townsund Cbillicothe Ohio Ezcl iu making the route T Pieratt aro respectfully requested Curolino Pieratt Hiih icriptious in accordance with the the E F Pieratt Froo Trado votes r the people and the Legislature The reduction of internal revenue and to make said subscriptions payable only Vhck lieadaehe wind on the Hloinnch udltonsmesB nausea fire nromotlv and when said road is completed to Hreathitt the taking off of revenue stamps from tirionbly baniBhcd by Dr 111 Mebeans county and you aro respectfully requeu Proprietary Medicines no doubt ha itlle Livoriiud Kidney Pillets 20e a ed to notify the voters of Lexington and largely benefited the consumers as well Sold by G Ii Swango Hazel vml as relieving the burden of homo manu Fayette county of this change i recti faeturerH Especially is this the case Very respectfully with GrconsAugust Flower and Hoschees A protracted meeting began at the Till K U lUlIAVAY COMlANY German Syrup as the reduction of thir T lothodist Church on laat Monday night Ily C IT Stoll Attorney ty six cents per dozen has been added to IUv J W Ivendrick preached the first To the Voters of Fayette County Out- Â¬ increase the size of the bottles containing vrmon and Miss Mollio Morimiui the then remedies thereby giving one fifth iuly pruuebur wn oxpectod in Tuesday side the city of Lexington size The to take charge of the meeting but up to The proposition of the Kentucky more medicine in the 7f cents and Liver Augm t Flower for Dyspepsia tho hour of going to press she had not Union Itailroad Company as amended Complaint and the Gorman Syrup for ti rived upon which you are asked to vote at the Couph and Lung troubles have perhaps Misa Hallic Thomas grand daughter election to bo held on August 1st 18S7 the largest sale of any medicines iu the world Tho advantage of increased size jof Sinn Jones of thu mountains called is as follows of the bottles will bo greatly appreciated to auo its on Monday and was mueh It is proposed that Fayette county by the sick and afllieted iu every town gjlonecd with thu neat appearance of our Sam Hiniled sweetly when outside tlm city of Lexington subscribe and village in civilized countries Wfllce at least ho hye asked her She is about nino months to the capital stock of said railroad iu ple bottles for ten cents remain the same Sold the sum of fifty thousand dollars If size Mrs Lou Day on last Sunday night said sulweription is made the road to be Jo3t a chain holonging to a bracelet It completed from the present road in Clarke was lost somewhere between thu Day county to the city of Lexington within House and tho Christian church anil twenty four months after the subscripManufiieturerMind Wholesale Healers in tho finder will be rewarded by returning tions of Lexington and Fayotto county it to tho owner are legalized by the Legislature and When nature fill tors and roOjUtreshelp work to begin on same within twenty AND rccriilt her enfeebled energies with Dr days after said date J- II McLeans Strengthening Cordial No part of said subscription to bo and Hlood Purillor 9100 per bottle duo and payable to the company until od by G IU Swango Hazel lireon tho road shall Iks completed iu a con Tho Stanton Monitor Informs ns that tinuous line on a separate road bed of No Ill Main Street 10 Summer St lloii K M Pieratt and Judge Fox met itsj own and not over the road bed of Louisville Ky Boston Mass Ut jbat plucb till lust Wedtiewlny but over any other road eastward theru WM no crash un4 overythlug was from tho city of Lexington to Hreathitt lmrnioniouts Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ of iltihw nod the patronage of the people Plain Stamped and Japanned Tinware of the mountain comities ih especially sol02 Wiot Main Stmkt Whoro tho Blamo Llos 1 THIMliLK President licited AND 201 to 20 7th S p rKHLIK THOMSON Cashier At Carroll ton leccntly there was one KY MT STEItlilXO of tho most remarkable trials of the kind LOUISVJLLU KY Â¬ aH fini that over came off In Kentucky Several witnesses testified that John It Horry KOttGE K TlCK Louisville Ky with got drunk the other night and abused his family in such a way as to raise the CO CREEN HUFFAKER AND lowor end of town John did not intro- Â¬ Wholesale Dealers iu duce a witness and declined to testify AND himself Tho jury after hearing all the KY 515 WMnin St LOlISYILLK evidence which was positive and conInvites you to call and see him when yon SOLD BY ALL DRUGGIRTS visit the eity clusive as to his guilt put their heads Having struggled 120 vears between life together and brought in a verdict of not and death with AHTllMA or PHTHISIC hy eminent This is one of the most remark- Â¬ treated benefit I was physicians and receivguilty ing no compelled during the Talking with one last fi vears of my illness to sit on mv chair able trials on record WITH of the jurors the Democrat learned day and night gasping for breath My mif cringH were hcyoud description Iu despair that the jury based their verdicton theso I experimented on myself bv compounding grounds viz after thu town has licensed roots and inhaling the medicine thus obtainf lorlunatelv discovered this W0NDKU a man to make another man drunkr it is ed A 1TL VVKK lOlt ASTHMA AND not right to fine the drunkard for what TAItltH warranted to relieve the most stub horn ease of ASTHMA IN FIVBMINTTKS Democrat he did while intoxicated so that the patient can lie down to rest and sleep comfortably Ilease read the followIn advance of the sickly season render ing coudcuMil extracts from unsolicited tesyourself impregnable a malarial atmos Â¬ timonials all of recent date Oliver V It Holmes San lose Cub writes phere or sudden change of temperature I find the Remedy all and even more than is fraught with danger use Dr J IT McLeans Strengthening Cordial and ripieieiited I receive instantaneous relief K M Car on A M Warren Kan writes Hlood Purifier 337 Wost Main Si root 100 per bottle Sold Was treated by eminent physicians of this by U II Swango Hazel Green country and Ocriiinnv tried the climate of liHerent States nothing aUurded iclief like Tho following persons from a distance your preparation L 15 Phelps P M Griggs Ohio writes tiGlv aro visiting at Swango Springs SnHered with Athmal0 years Your medi Miss Lillie Gordon Winchester WORD cine in It minutes does more foi me than the most eminent physician did for me in three Mrs Eli Hean WITH vears Eli Bean If Plimpton Joliet III writes S Miss Jennie Harris Carlisle Catarrh Komcdy at once Cannot get along find it to he the most valuable without it H M Harris medicine I have ever tried Miss Ida Land Hethel Path Co We have many other hearty testimonials HARNESS AND COLLARS of euro or relief and iu order that all sutler K C Land 7077011 A 711 W MAIN STUKKT ers from Wham Catarrh Hay Fever and Frank Uinkle Hourbon Co kindred diseases may have an opportunity LOUIS VILLK KY of testing the value of the ltemedv we i if I Thos 11 inkle scud to imv address TUIAL PACKAtJF ii G W Hash FIIKH OF cfllAHUK If your druggist fails JOIC It TUUNKR it Headquarters Mt Sterling Ky II T Skillman to keep it do not permit him to sell you some imitation by his representing it to worthless KirnisivriM George Fox Winchester lie just as good but send diiectly to us Co J T Hawkins Lexington Write voiir inline and addrcs plainly ZIMM HUMAN k Co Props Address Wholesale Dealers in Miss Jennie Sharp Sharpsburg Wholesale Druggists Woostcr Wayne Co H by mail 100 juJOy house and garden Ohio Full size Fon Rknt The Glr W Main St LOIISVILLK KY recently vacated bv Dr Taulbee is for w nrssKii TA1IOK w w niNoo Will beat Mt Sterling eery County Cotut rent to a tenant who can pay monthly in advance and give approved security Apply to for good care of premises Â¬ zel Green Â¬ D LANCELLS ASTHMA CATARRH REMEDY G win ind iovrc Tit ch pa BOOTS SHOES Â¬ H J CLARKE Â¬ Sieve rs Carsoii Â¬ Â¬ BBil LOUISVILLE Green Huffaker Â¬ 1 1 WA Harbison Cathright SADDLERY BOOTS AND SHOES Tabor Ringos DAILY COOPER HERNDON KY 1 Hack Line HKTWKKN Real Estate Agents HAZEL 5KEEN Have the following property which thc wish to sell at once and parties desiring t secure bargains will find it to their interest to inspect the property We will ttade somo of it to blue grass land Write iih No 1 TlucicH of land on Laurel Creek Wolfe county Wt miles from I luxe Green Good dwelling house and out buildiug well watered good timber line apple wcluttd coal veins Ae No J About 1iO acres of land on Upper Long Itraneh of Grassy Creek Morgan emm tv - miles from Kxcl il acres iu cultivation Hood house and out buildings well timber ed and plcntv good water Coal veins both bituminous and caiiucl and supposed to contain lead and copper veins One two storv dwelling built in containing six rooms good outbuildings a well of never failing water beautiful gioiiuiN well wt with rare and valuable shrubbery and a line assottmiiil of luit grapes Ac The best garden in town one of the most desirable duellings to be found in Hazel Green Situated on the height leading to the celebrated Swango Spring about midway between the center of ton and the SpringNo J Rothwell Station and Hazel Green SA t- Â¬ BJy Conneetn with trains on Ky railroad morning and eveiiliig-- Urtu- - 3tfZ Evory Attontlon to and careful drivers Leave Hazel Green a in nr Itotlr well X in Lv Hothwell at am ar Hazel Green i p in Com fort able hacks 5 LadlosChildron Â¬ Â¬ N Hut buy IT MT Â¬ STEAL X It N the most perfectae made Also buy STKKL horc shoes They will outwear iron And use STFKL nails They cost the same as iron For sale in Hazel Green by 11 It SWANGO W T CASKKY Kellys STtitiL live 1HM Â¬ i Â¬ 1 Chiles SV STKUUNG KY Agents for Fastcrn Kentucky Thompson F MHMIRK 6V Co McWilliams tCo NFW acres of land on Laey Creek mileisorth of Hazel tneeu on main roud to Campion has alioitt UUd acies of good timber and an iucOiuuMnhlc riuantity of the finest ipialily of splint and bituminous ami some line quality of euiiucl coal 4 No llfi I Livery Sale and Feed KY Stable MT STKULING No 100 acres of laud i miles southeast of Hazel Green tine funning land fio acres in cultivation nearly all bottom land iu good neighborhood aiid convenient to schools and churches Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Boots Shoes J No 500 acres of land the survey be ginning on the Standing Uoek corner ol Lee Powell and Wolfe counties 10 miles from Ciiuiptou on the head wateis of the Grainiiig block Fork of Itcd liiver It is The attention of horse and mule dealers entirely covered with u virgin finest of pine is especially invited to our facilities tor the poplar oak walnut hickory and chestnut hauoling oi stock mid we imite all traders timber of Wo lc and adjoining counties to call on iu when iu the eitv No 7 10 acres of laud most of which lies iu the corpoiatc limits ol Hazel Green J T GEVEDON THE JEWELER on the road leading from town to Swunyo Springs johis No t and is known us the Mr- JIIsT OOOIIS I lit IKAbT MONKY Klia Trimble tract Can be biid oil into I am how located near BONNY K Y and the most desirable town lots In Ilnrel Green am prepared to ropair WATOINvSJFWKL It is newly fenced and iu cultivation Â¬ Drovers and Traders Headquarters righl-of-wn- y i ft y Ii ssyRoprosontod hy TheTcacliorrif listltutfor Wnlfo eoun The ollicers of tho election will bo Courts No 10 Alnmi hi iierenof laud on Uey ty will bo bold at Campton beginning provided 1Any nun trading with inn to amount liitul llf inlle iroiu IIiimI tbiiuii hiun with a book for recording tho IJlaokhurn uuxt Mopdsy wok tlu Bth of Atigut uuy onto at one lime will receive Till IllUlVln good barn U u tenced about 80 aura In Your votes wild will bo conduotcil by Prof A F votes on mild pmpnsltlou an apiihi orulmid uine limber U wed Kr at fitly Illn- iti lliW out year an a preont J T tl KV1d0N Jeweler lloiuiy Ky watered mid U ifonil fuiinliitf unil will bo cant-r-FKrb tho Kentucky Union CUUCI nDEvlrliilori 0U for only til oo CRVCLUrMoltlce or county reasonable and work warranted 1 handle the J lest Uolled Plate Jewelry such as llraeeleti Iaeo Pins Scarf Pins Ac If eau save you you want a solid gold ring In Ihct If you want a silver or gold money watch or clock or anything iu my line you surely will savoiuouey hy purchasing of me I shall keep on hand floe lllhlc Photo alvo c graph Albums School Hooks Keep for sale Dr T II Smiths Liniments lust and Meautifying and Healing Soap try this soup if you want your skin to look pretty I also keep the best sewing machine I will attend the llarel oil and needles Green Stock Sales null thu West Liberty Charge 1 1 UYHlwiNG MACIIINKS CLOCKS Av No 8 due hniif and lot in Northwest Hazel Green near Ihe common school building good new dwelling house with 1uui rooms good outbuildings gulden Ae Â¬ A No 0 UiKiO neresof land on Kcntuekv Ulveruud Frozen Creek Hreathitt eoiinlv r ii in i mi m kvmioii ioc suiveven lllllS of the Kentucky Cnlou and Ciiiebilmti and Southeastern railroads It is covered with a heavy forest of the tin est timber Iu thu Statneliullug oak walnut poplar ash Uv uini Is underlaid with iueliaiistlble voIiih of can net ami imumiunus eoal - ifV m