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Digital page images are linked to the text file. s I 3 RSwSmB - - - li J fT JjmMMmgmymtmf SPENOER OOOPCII Owner and Editor Hazel Green Herald H Deveted to the Development et Ratters Kentucky i- I - 100 A YEAR Always In Advance VOL III HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY FRIDAY AUGUST 5 FOUND AT LAST SWIFTS SILVER MINE DISCOVERED an old Cherokee Indian came from tho b inks of thuTcnncfiseo and related a aim ilar tradition as having been told to him by his father u member of tho tribo of Old Abraham whoso home was in tho Chihowie mountains south of where Knoxvillo now stands A few weeks ngo n small party of gen- Â¬ tlemen one of whom was named Swift who carried in n aatchel some soiled and ancient looking parchment documents arrived in Eastern Kentucky ostensibly on aprospecting tour for mountain lauds attracted iw they said by Proctors report of the Pound Gap Itegion and Gov- Â¬ ernor Knotts address before tho State College at Lexington They traveled 1887 next NO 22 A report was sent to town this morning that it would be woll to guard tho town as tho outlaws wore organizing a troop to comodown and do up thoplao but this report is not credited here It is not likely that a move of that kind will bo made It may bo that they thought that this report would cause tho citizens to stay at homo and not molest them in their mountain haunts Troops aro talk- Â¬ ed about but thoy could not go Into that wild country against those men who know every footpath through the mountains and valleys and if their arrest is not ef fected without tho gid of soldiers it is safe to soy that thoy will not bo arrested at nil TJio Uno of telephone between this placo and Woodbino is down and it is impossible to get any news through except by messenger or mail I send thin by way of Corbln which is thirty one milcRirom this point Perhaps there will bo other developments Inter THE FATHER OF FORTY ONE A PROFESSIONAL CARDS for moro deposits of the prccioua motal Wo Gcwhillkin8 what a whoppor fear Mulhattan has boon discounted by Billo Poll A Ip Wolfe County nnd This Ilornld Inn HAJJIIL GKEEN KY Ouw of the Lucky Iosioinori in all the Courts at Wolfe Will practice Io well Menifee nnd Breathitt counties The oxiatence of a rich silvor mine in Titles examined abstracts Airnishcd tax Eastern Kentucky liaa been a tradition es paid for non ruHidontc real estate bought for the pnHt one huodred years In fnct unl fold Collections ft specialty it was ti lost mine when Daniel JJoone tnd his companions first discovered The H EVANS j TSAAC W MAPEIv And Beal Kstate Agent atjojiney-at-la-w POSSE AMBUSHED A Sheriffs JOHN HAZEL GREEN KY Roipcctfnully solieltiH the patronage of the public nnd will attend promptly to all business entrusted to lii cure Examiner of Depositions for Wolfe county SWANGO Â¬ TTT T IIA2KL GREEN KY Deputy County Court Clerk of Wolfe Will attend to all business entrusid to hiiu with promptness and dlnputuh G EO E WIIITT Henry Knoefel with Of Kllwtt County Co J10 W Market St LoriNVIfIK Ky Solicits the patronage of Eastern Kentucky lor Itlank ilmiki blanks Ac O C LYICLNS CountyAttornoy Roal Estate Agont and Notary Public Practices in all Courts in Wolfo and joining Counties and Court of Appeuls r rtollections a Specialty Iamivon Woin County Ky AdÂ¬ J A U ISA KICK Attorney at Law JACKSON ICY TIt J A TAULHEE Physician and Surgeon Jnck oii Breathitt County KENTUCKY J R KhMEU N0UT1ICUTT the Indians on account of the traditionary slaughter of their ancestors within its borders accounts of which had been handed down to them All the tribes were swept away and in their place tho ghosts of the doparted red men were sup nosed to wander among the solitudes llenec the reason that wncn Bootio came to Kentucky he found no Indians dwell- Â¬ ing within its borders lie found how- Â¬ along the great War lioud which ever led from the Cumberland and Tennessee rivers across Eastern Kentucky to tho Ohio and thence to the Pickaway and Scioto towns numerous bands of Indians engaged in the chase ilefore the ltd vent of lioonc into Kentucky in 177 a man by the name of Swift accompanied by several companions left liultimora and struck out for the wilderness being induced thereto by Swifts relation of the existence of u great silver mine which lie hud worked while u captive among the riidiiiiig They carried thfir packs on mules and for days journeyed over hills and valleys toward the West After a long and exhausting march they arrived on the East branch of a largo stream which thy afterwards found emptied into the Ohio and known by the Indians its the Clmtturoi river now as the Big Sandy it is said that their provisions were exhausted uud being unable to find game they killed mid ate their mules No sound broke the awful solitude winch rested upon the rocky sterile region The game seemed to have deserted the country and death stared them in the luce in this extremity they killed their When this resource and ate them was gone all of Swifts companions ex cept two deserted ind left taking tho Swift and his back track for Maryland c jinpauions determiucd to persevere hoping to reach the goal of their wishes Alter all their animals had been con Mimed they roasted and ate the tugs which had been used to tie on their ptek Â¬ pack-animals Park and Bloody Ground ho named by Â¬ PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON IIAZKI iliKKV M 1 KY Onioo 1 Office hours and l r M day or night All calls- iiiifiidfd ti s to II a - over W T Caskevs store Mjrfvltffav MnnM J IOTELS PIER ATT J H HOUSE The New Phamix HAZEL GREEN KY Pieratt Proprietor Â¬ I am now running the little hotel around the eorner on Hroadway and rccpect fully invite my former patrons and traveling people ucnurallv to call uml ad mid itlnccb my blaee U IJ 1M KEEN KY TaT1TItSE 1IIZKIG Refurnished Newly Fitted and Lr saddles They were finally relieved by a party of hunters who ran across them and by them wcv conducted down the stream to where Louisa now stands which is on a htirvey made by tjeurge Washington The circumstance of their cjjjng the tugs has given the name of Tug Iurk to that branch of Jtig Sandy which it bears to this day At tho forks ot Hig Sandy Louisa now the hunting parly journeyed toward the Ohio leaviiigSwiit and hir two companions who proceeded up tln West Fork now known as the Louisa Fork After two days travel up tjo stream Swift left the river and luriut up a stream which came from the West Thisstream is supposed to be what is now called Paint Creek They traveled up this stream three days eroding a low fiat country at the head ami several The bent the market ullords will be found upon the table it all times and the public iuests patronage is n ipeetfiilly solicited will have ice and other luxuries to be had country hoteN In eonucctioii n is a fine stabb for horscs and shcij room for vcliiehH in charge of good hostler PaHtur jlc for Iioick Mrs LOU 1AY lroprictjess first-elns- J other streams Under Swifts guidance they reached the mine They proceeded Jlerc they to dig and smelt the ore remained for some time ajpl they de termined to return to Baltimore to arrange for the better working of the v during last March Gen Sowdcrs shot and killed Lee Turner on Yellow creek in the southern portion of this Bell coun- Â¬ ty and for this killing Sowdors has nev- Â¬ er been arrested though he has been in over tho counties of Morgan Wolfo Men- Â¬ tho county all tho while A short timo ifee Breathitt nnd Magoffin iwA that after Turner was killed a innu named pnrt of Knott county taken from Breath- Â¬ Pains a friend to Sowdors was shot and killed in itt and Perry Among those who wore supposed tho name noighlxirhood it is by some of tho Turner faction enlisted by them in their enterprise nnd promised a share of the profits if ho Since that timo both parties hkvo been would accompany them was Mr Spen Â¬ in arms against each other Each party cer Cooper formerly of Lexington but has boon watching for tho other and some- Â¬ now editor of the IIazeij Gnrcijy Unit times one side would attack and Bhoot a ii It is a strange coincidence that full of holes a house occupied by a neigh- Â¬ tlm papers in tho possession of Swift bor of the other side but so fur no ono which had been written out by his great- Â¬ has been hurt in this way About ten grandfather also gave Old Abraham days since the Turner crowd got on a the Cherokee chief as his authority for drunk at Cumberland Gap and shot fif- Â¬ ty to a hundred shots into John Colsons tho existence of the mine store hoiivc at that placo while Colson MINK WAR FOUND HOW THi was on a trip to Texas Colson has had Mr6wiftanlcompanionsaccompapicd no connection with tho dlfilaulty whatby Mr Cooper and frequently consulting the aged documents communccd the ever Warrants have lwen in tho hands search examining carefully the banks of the county ofiicers for the arrest of along the streams They examined a the parties engaged for some time but number of them and hud almost con- they have not been executed On last Friday night a posse of about cluded to abandon further search when fifteen men under L Ingrain tho Sherthey came to a place which seemed to suit a description laid down in the paper iff went from this place to arrest tho Beloro tho posse got to Proceeding up tho stream to its head Turner faction they crossed a fiat country and reached the place where they expected to find a small stream down which they pro- Â¬ thoir men word was conveyed to those ceeded observing new evidences of the in the bouse and the ofiicers only arrivcorrectness of thoir course as described ed in time to see two men run olfin their The posse gave chase but in the papers This stream was a branch night cloths were unable to overtake tho fugitives in of Little Sandy They then crossed to a stream in Wolfe county and came up the woods as it wits ruining and very A portion of tho posse were afoot on a peculiar large rock described in the dark and thoy all joined and went to the houe document Turning to the left Mr John Tom liazelrigg of West Liberty of Marsh Turner who is u brother-in-lawho was one of the party hud his atten to Gen Sowders to pass the remainder tion attracted to some hushes Pulling of the night and to get their breakfast these aside he discovered the mouth of AlKiut 10 oclock in the morning the a cave about three feet wide and seven Sheriff and those of the posse who were feet high Entering this the party found riding returned to town The footmen that it widened to a breadth of fen feet concluded they would stay over at Turndebouching into a large chamber which ers until night About 11 oclock Jack Turner who is shone with a rare brilliancy as if lighted said to be one of the leaders of the Turnup by some unseen agency This cham ber was about one hundred and fifty feet er party rode up to the house with his long by seventy five feet wide with an Winchester and began to abuse Marsh lack Turner is an uncle of arched dome of vast height From tho Turner latter depended stuluetilics covered with Marsh Turner He stayed for some lit silver like incrustations the whole shin- tie while cursing and abusing Marsh and ing brightly as with phosphorescent the posse and finally got on his horse glow It was a scene ol magnificence and started oil in a gallop J le turned that awed by its splendor the entire par in his saddle as he left and leveled his ty who stood for some time gazing in Winchester at the crowd and attempted mute wonder After viewing for a while to fire but from some cause his gun failthis scene of rare magnificence the par- ed to go oil When he raided his gun Mr toward the house two or three of the ty proceeded to look about them Cooper going in advance of the party posse fired a few shots at him but so far ran across what ata short distance appear Â¬ as is known none of them took ellect The posse then fearing an attack from ed to be sleeping human forms These the whole crowd started to go about a Â¬ being examined were found to be petri fied Jiidiau corpses Thoir scant clothing quarter of a mile to one Kenfros house appeared as perfect as if they had just which was built of logs and the house laid down to sleep and near each of the tiiev were in being only a frame house three bodies lay a bow and arrows a tom Â¬ and easily penetrated by bullets from They were headed by ahawk of stone and a deer skin pouch the Winchesters Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ oaiutu Pinkville Ky July 2fl Somo fey Conntr mill Party inrroandetl tn the Dell timo 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ jnTiTsT housk CAMPTON H KY U S C0MI5S rnoiitiKTOK rcHpeetfnlly milieited Tabic the liuHt and very attention- for the comfort of gucstd - The jatronngc of the traveling public msti ff P v T HOUSE A DA3ISSUYEIWVIMK G li- - KY 3k aP AiuMfi Pitoviinvroit ThiH old and well known houne has been thoroughly refitted and refurnished and i now open for the reception of the public Nothing Shall be Lett Undone to Make G It Adums iuct Comfortable I 2H aiIfcORLLANEOU3 WORKING luniHh ulflthuiseH with einployjint at liomc the whole of the time or tar their spue momcutH llusinesH new light and prnfitu able Persons of either snx easily earn from M eentH to i per evening and aproturtiou ate sum by dt voting all their time to the liusiueHH loy and gills earn nearly as mueli as men Tliit ail who nee this may send their address and tost the huxiucs we make tills otter To mich as ant not well satislietl we will send one dollar to pay for the trouÂ¬ CLASSnTNt r ble of writing iull particulars and outlit ijoiuu Stinson Co Free Addre jarily Portland Malno ifii VBHiH MW tiii Jj IMHiH J BbmIbM MW 1 1 ih I WntohsK Clock Ik Jewelry u hptMlulty linrge a to nrv r n fa t - rcnioiiablo and work warrnntod t AMH JJerfjeuifllly A Itipililnu n imtnii mr iiini tuumiuiiij i tifiri ti fliiilt rtrit num wiii iiui in they took what they could carry and star ttil on their return Two days after their departure they were attacked by a One of the roving band of Indianparty was killed The other was from Swift and was never beam of afterwards Swift abandoned the ore he carried and escaped finally reaching lie Baltimore after many hardships visited Europe to interest capitalists in met with success and with his luiue the assurance of ample capital to back him started home On his way across the Atlantic his ryes were nfiected and he became totally blind after reaching Baltimore lie started with a partv blind as he was hoping to give such di rections as would enable them to reach the mine Swift died during the journey and to this day the existence of Fits mine A number is known only as a tradition of papers left by Swift with his family give an account of Jio location of the mine and the couri pursued to reach it Evidences of the truth of the tradition aro known to the present generation First we have the name of nig Fork given to the stream by Swift and bis On Paint Creek in Jehu companions fsun county fhuro has been found five specimens of silver ore lying on the ground Near tho same place was also louud a silver brick which had been smelted and evidently lost or dropped by some one Tho tradition is that Swift was blind folded by tho Indians when they conducted him to the cave in which ho ore was smelted and the trinkets rudely fashioned manufactured They brought the ore to the cave and required They him to assist in its reduction concealed the mine but knowing the direction from which tho Indians brought the oi e VttiH enabled to find tho mine without trouble After a long captivity io escaped to tho white foUlnmiiut ear ryiug tiio information with him bnig altering notllmnuntof Etulern Kentucky olHotiaarawouriiHJlhecoiinty ii - ie Â¬ Â¬ tilled with pieces of ore Tije bodies w re petrified from the action of the saltpetre atmosphere of the cave Each one of the corpses had a tomahawk wound on the head sliowihg that they had probably been killed by other Indians while at work in the cave J low long these bodies had lain there is only a matter of conject- Â¬ ure The features looked as natural as those of Jife nut all was petrified Even the hair on the deer akin pouch was turned to stone and broke oil like glavs vhcn touched These curious relics have been preserved by Mr Cooper It is probable that the cavo became known to other Indians than tho original discoverers and that the intruders were attacked nnd murdered by those who lay in wait A short for them in the dark cavern distance further on another body was found wounded in similar manner The features appeared to bo those of a white man but the dress wiu that of an Indian This body was leaning against tho wall and at his feet lay largo pieces of ore which had been broken off with a heavy stone hammer like those grooved luim- innrs often found in Central Kentucky and mudu of gray granite i he marks on the wall showed that he had been hewing the ore oil when surprised and killed The party left two of their number to guard tlie entrunco and returned to Ha- Â¬ zel Green concealing their wonderful Ascertaining who owned the discovery laud they purchased the tract of five thousand acres and obtained a clear title and deed to it paying two dollars per acre The matter is still kept secret from the people in that section Tho quanti Â¬ ty of silver showing on tho waUs of the cave indicate a vast extent of it in tho mountain which rises above It about A gentleman form noveu liundrrd feet with the Geological erly connected Htirvey has tested the ore and says it in to tho a pure galena and will yield ton witii a coiihidurblo trace of gold in it also The lasted roori from Wolfo county is that tho dlhiovory has leaked out and that large imrlic ol excited Â¬ Geoige Thomas lite Town Marshal of Before thoy had all got out- Â¬ Pineville side of the yard some of them had got out they were fired upon from ambush The house of Marsh Turner is encircled by cornfields and had been eotnpletly surrounded by hidden men The posse were so badly demoralized at the firing that they scattered in difieront directions and lied At the first shot Geo Thomas was pierced with a thirty eight Wincliesr tor ball The bullet entrel near the left nipple passed through the heart come out under the right shoulder blade and as he fell he shouted to bis com miles boys save yourselves Marsh Turner and two of the men were in the yard and they were fired upon by two men who had crawled up to and be hind the smoke house Tumor was shot in eight different places but managed to walk nearly half a mile to his brothers homo before be gave out carrying his gun in his hand till he fell Turner is very badly wounded but his physicians say ho will recover John Turner one of the posse was struck on tho knee by a buckshot He also had his face badly jowder burnt by a oartridgo exploding irematurely in his gun Several others uid holes shot in their hats and clothes t is not known whether any of tho at tacking party were Bitot or not but it Ib thought that ono or two were slightly wounded Thoso of the posco who es caped wandered back to town one or two at a timo the lust coming in about 11 oclock this morning Thomas body was brought to town by Mr Jiimci Johnion the Jailer yesterday Ho evening and wut interred today leaves a young wife having only been married about six months George Thomas camo to this place from Williamsburg and married a daughter of ills brothers worn sent W T Pastilles for and two of them have junt arrived Thoy are all game men mid it is safo to predict Mint they will not liHiioir nrotn crs death go unavenged Tho result of this raid seems lo avc paralysed thn officers to mich mi uxtont searching that thov dont know what tv to take Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ family pf Vcnniiylrftnla Ilunolilinck Children llarrlsburg Ponn Cor N Y Time I read in the Times a few days agosaid a member of the Reading Bar on a visit to tho city nn account of a man in Western Pennsylvania who died the father of thirty three children at the ugc of ninety six When John Ilcfiher ot Reading was accidentally killed by the cars in that city in 1885 at tho age of duty nine ho was tho father of forty one children and a step child also called him father ilcfiher was one of Readings characters and was in Mio full vigor of health when ho wits killed It is doubt- Â¬ ful if his record in the paternal lino whs ilcfiher was a dwarfed ever equaled hunchback He was born in Berlin In 1810 and came to this country in 1843 settling in Reading Until his death he made a living by collecting and veiling rags and paper His remarkable family history is part of the Berks County Court it having been elicited a shbrt time before his death while ho was i witness in a lawsuit He was married first in 1S 10 In eight years his wife bore him seventeen children The first and second years of their marriage she gavo birth o twins For four successive years afterwards sho gave birth to triplets In the seventh year she gave birth to ono child and ilicd soon afterward Of the seven teen children sho left consequently the old lefluer est was only seven years of age engaged a young woman to look after his largo brood of babies mid three months later she became tho second Mrs Hefliier She presented her husband with two children the firt two years Five years later she had added ten more Then to the family two at every birth for three years she added but one a year She died before another year came Of the thirty two children that round lohn Ilellner had been presented with twelve had died The twenty that wcro loft however did not appear to bo any obstacle to a young widow with one child consenting to become the third wife of tlto jolly little humpback for he was known as one of tho happiest and most genial men in Reading although it kept him toiling like a slave to keep his score of mouths in bread The third Mrs I lefiier became tho mother of nine children to icr husband in ten your ntidthe contentment and happiness of Ono day In thoconple was proverbial tho fall of 1H80 the father of the forty one children was crossing tho Reading track and was tun down by a locomotive and instantly killed But for that sad ending of his life it is inipoflnible to estimate what the size of the little ppdfllors family would eventually have lioeu His widow siid n large number of his children 1 believe there are twenty eight of tim fojty two still living live in Heading They are all thrifty and respectable people A 1 Â¬ r ri Whnt Truo Merit Will Do The unprecedented sale of Boschees German Syrup within a few years has astonished the world it is without doubt the safest and best remedy over discovered for the speedy and ellbotnal cpro of Coughs Colds and the severest Lung troubles it acts on nn entirely difiereut principle from the usual prescription given by Physicians as it does not dry up a Cough and leave the disease still in the system but on the contrary removes the cause of tho trouble heals tho parts affected and loaves them in a purely healthv condition A bottle kept m the lio n so for u so when tho diseases make thoir appearance will save doctors bills and a long upell of serious illness A trial will convince you of tho facta It is positively sold by all druggists and general dealers in tlio hnid Price 7fi cts large bottles Â¬ Uev D n Fallen of tho Christian church organized a church at Point Un ion on Saturday night hut and together with itov das It Nickel of Menofee hits been holding a series of meetings with several additions as the result Be v Mr Nickel is said to bo an original nnd unique pulpit orator mid coniniunilH inupli Interest I July 20th tho wiW of Marlon Centers Parlor lwf WJjrlH J5 fourteen tioundti h Iwy - BornTo 4 v m t X r iijy ItTsT W Hi lyBffl mimiisn L Hazel Green MeMld srKNcsa coorrn publisher HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY f jNEWS NOTES Edward Lamb tho comedian died at Brooklyn a few days ago aged fifty eight years Ho had been ill fer several month b with cancer of tho stomach Mr Lamb be gan hie caroor as an actor thlrty flvo years Â¬ crooned forward Mrs Cikveland receives daily a moat voluminous mail Knee breeches are becoming popular oa the Eastern coast Tiiehe aro now loss than 700000 Blavcs id tho Empire of Brazil The total production of coffee in the world is about 650000 tons The festivities of tho Emperor of China wedding will cost 5000000 Twenty divorces were rccontly granted in one day by a Georgia court Mohe than 8000 porsons in Now Yorli mako a living by street music Six election crooks have been sontonccd to tho penitentiary from Baltimore It Is said that no rclativo however distant of tho poet Mooro is now living The Sunday school membership of thfc world numbers nearly twenty millions Tm Wttkly Courant of Uurtford Ct is tho oldest newspaper in this country having had an uninterrupted career since 1701 CURRENT TOPICS The society girl now carrios hcrhoad globo The breeches of our fathers aro being talked of again us one of tho reforms in dress Switzeuland consumes more liquor per capita than any othor country on tho Tiiehe is an alarming increase of diph- Â¬ theria in tho tonoment houso district of Now York Chlldron aro the greatest su f forors Wallaco P Iyan and J F Mctcalf post office inspectors and E W Alexander su porintondont of malls Philadelphia post office havo boon appointed a commission to visit tho principal postoniccs of tho country with a view to making an cqultablo adjust ment of the salaries of clerks in postoniccs It is tho object of the commission to adjust tho salaries so that tho samo pay for tho same positions will attach in all postoniccs throughout tho country It is stated that England has obtained for her imports into Cuba and Port Klco tho same treatment as is prescribed by tho Tho ar- Â¬ Spanish American convention rangement however will remain in operation only during tho prcsont yenr Tho number of American residents nnd visitors at present in London Is unprecedented numbering nearly 200000 and their largo increaso is attracting general attention The tlmo was not vory long ago when tho presentation of Americans to tho Qucon and their participation in public receptions exhibitions formal ceremonies etc wero raro events but now thoy havo becomo tho most commop occurrences and indeed s seems so such occasions would conspicuously strange and lacking in thoir ordinary features if Americans wero not in somo way connected with thom Two unpublished letters from Luther to Bron nnd live from Mclnucthon to tho Swablnn reformer Lachmnnn havo been lound in an ola desk in a school ut Hell bronn A Hro which began In Gages foundry St Item Quebec the other day destroyed about thirty dwellings and many places of business beforo being subdued Loss about Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ now-n-dny- ago 5100000 m HKuTx fsv rL few Cowhide Whitcomb dry goods dealers of Cheyenne Wyo had thoir stock dntn- ngou to tno extent or srftuuo oy nro a low l00 Loss on days ago Insurance building 11000 fully insured Tho Bulgarian Sobranjo is holding meetAn Indian woman named Shaw has pat ented a dunt pan on which she is making ings with closed doors for tho purposo of discussing tho choico of a Prince of Bulgau fortune candi Queen Natalie a Bucharest dispatch ria Prince Alexander tho favorite accept deputies has declined to says returns her royal husbands letters date of tho to re election the throne unoponed and will consult tho Czar about Sheldon Pease prominently identified a divorce with lako marine interests for many years Queen Victowa paid 1500000 expenso died at his homo in Buffalo a few daysugo of entertaining her royal guests during in the seventy fifth year of his age Ho tho jubilee was tho father of Alfred II Pease tho Type wuitino is not rated as printed woll known pianist and composer A bronze statue or Solomon Juneau tho matter by tho German and Swedish postul founder of Milwaukee prcsentc I to that authorities city by W II Mctcalf nnd C F BradThe Fourth of July wns moro gcncrnll obsorvod throughout tho country than for ley two prominent citizen wns unveiled in Juneau Park tho other day by Miss many years Hnttio White a granddaughter of tho A fall of two feet from his porch to founder tho ground broke tho neck of a resident Tho works of tho Conesus Lako Salt and of Bridgovillc Del Mining Company at Lakovillc at tho foot Theue Is a French company that has or- Â¬ of Conesus Lake near Rochester N Y ganized for tho purposo of breeding Ara- Â¬ wero totally destroyed by fire tho other bian horses in Dakota day including tho storeroom in which wero llEUEAKTEn a bank bearing tho namo of stored over 1000 barrels ot salt Estimated Fidelity will bo looked upon with sov loss 10000 Sir Lewis Carp judgo of tho Bankruptcy orul grains of inlldollty The statistics show that Philadelphia Court London has committed James Mc Â¬ has 8034 saloons but only 470 Amoricuns Henry the railroad bankrupt to a fort nights imprisonment for contempt of engaged in tho business court Mr Mcllenry failed to comply with The Philadelphia Htm says Cucumtho registrars orders to file his accounts ber college graduates and othor green Tho warrant has been suspended for a things aro now plentiful fortnight The only millionaire of African linoag0 Frank G Allen a bookkeeper committed In this country is Ionic Lafon a French suicido at Macon Ga tho other day Ho quadroon of Now Orleans was to marry nn estimable young lady and The colored soldiers reunion combining wns out of money nnd without a situation Ohio Indiana and Kentucky will be hold nnd took poison in his room in tho Daisy House Ho told his former employer that in Louisville Ky July M Some Boston fiend has invented a ilro ho would kill himself and asked to bo cracker that fur exceeds in uolso nuy decently buried The government receipts for this month thing of tho kind over made thus far havo been 1400000 while the ex Ex Emphkhs Euoenie of France has ap- Â¬ have been 1R100000 plied to tho City of Nuplos for tho position penditures Henry Briiggeinaun tho woll Charles of nurso in ono of its hospitals known German publicist is dead uged One hundred and sixty millions of scvcnty scvon Northern capital has sought investment in Tho United States Consul at Palermo has tho South within tho past yoar telegraphed to the Department of Stnto Now Utah is clamoring to get into the that two deaths believed to havo been Union Dakota Washington Montana caused by cholera occurted a few days ago and Wyoming nro in tho sumo llx Rev A 8 Goldsmith pastor of tho PresAt ono timo Mount Vesuvius wns silent byterian church at Fredcricktown O for nearly llftcen conturios And yot wo died at that placo tho other day in the thirty seventh year of his age Ho was speak of Vesuvius in tho fomino gender The Fort Worth Tex Gazette says Cin- born in Toronto Can and was n thirty cinnati bank robbers wear better clothes second degree Masou Ho was burled by thanToxas train robbers but thoir princi- that order A terriblo famine is reported from Slincf ples nro tho samo Jocd in Iceland and appeals havo como Wilcox County Ga has fiftoon halo from thcro for assistance Thcro Is great nnd hearty malo citizens who havo passed suffering among tho peasants Many havo tho ago of four scoro and ton Micujah died and thousands of cnttlo havo perished Owens nlnoty sovon years old heads tho for want of food Tho distress is growing list dally Charleston S C has been colobrotlng Tho report just issued to tho public by tho ono hundred and eleventh anniver- Â¬ tho Loudon Board of Trade shows tho im sary of tho ImtMo of Fort Moultrlo whero ports during tho month of Juno to havo decortaln Amorioaus and Britishers woro creased 1000000 as ugnlnst tho month of June I860 and indicates a similarly com Â¬ cngnged The president of thocollogo nt Princeton parative decrease in tho exports of 110 has for years striven to havo It changed 000 During a thunder storm in Edcefiold to tho university plan and has this yoar County 8 C a few days ago Miss Sallio succeeded lloreaftor it will bo known as Barnes sixteen years old was at tho well tho Princeton University drawing a bucket of water when sho was He is coming struck by a bolt of lightning nnd instantly In from all sections of tho country Tho killed Miss Barnes wus tho daughter of a crop promlsos to bo unusually largo If a farmer ami wus tho bcllo of the few of thom woro hanged for murder It neighborhood might bo a warning to others Tho board of trustees of Dolaworo Col In England swells who wish to bo con- lego at an adjourned meeting nt Dover sidered conservative now fold thoir Del tho other day decided by a voto of lottors address thom on tho back of the thirteen to twelve to dofcr all action on tho shcot and seal thom with wax as thoir resignation of tho members of tho faculty - grandfathers did fifty years ago until tho meeting in March 1SS8 Hence Tns glrlB In a western coeducational tho faculty remains over for nnothor your Tho town of Nngy Karoly Hungary was college aro said to hazo good looking fresh Â¬ men by blindfolding and kissing them It completely destroyed by a hurrjeunc nc must bo that the trustees havo put up this co mpnnkd by a water spout which burst over tho town tho othor night Tho slto of job to draw studonts to thoir institution the town nnd Titr prlco for a lloonso to soil liquor lit for many miles tho district surroundihg it u vast nro converted Bushnoll 111 is 13000 nnd yot six saloon lako A largo number of men Into women and men havoappllod for llconsos This repÂ¬ chlldron lost their lives Tho survivors resents about 18 aploco from ovory man say they believed when tho storm struck woman nnd child In tho town that tho day of judgment had como Thosk Goulds aro wonderful pooplo savs Secretary Lamnr has reudorud an im the Atlanta Comtituthn Llttlo Kddlo who portant decision on questions Involved in is not of Rgo walked down on Wall stroot tho Fort Bolso Idaho military reservation the other day and mado 100000 beforo Congross fixed tho limit of the reservation dinner while his papa was skinning Cyrus at 041 acres and tho Prosldeut by Execu tive ordor Increased it by fS7 acres Tho Field few blocks away teorctary holds that tho lroaldout has no Thx jweple of this cotmtrjr can stand al Meet any thing For Instance thoy take right to change an wot of Convrcss If such the MMW wettb ef patent medicines ovory right exInUnl it would give land President grunts at I lower to eatend or diminish m4 still Uwre are hundreds ef aged HImm frem WM nd ef the land to the will and ividi Congreis aubordlaate tot lie Executive Pullman tho palace car potentate will visit Italy next month and it is said will bo created a Duko by King Humbert Geo M Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ j Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ well-to-d- o Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Jr Now when men take these drinks into the stomach the alcohol that is in them paralyzes the nerves some what in the same manner as that man was parahod to whom Edith just now referred You have only to see a maw who has taken a quantit of such liquor to bo convinced of what I havo Go to him and ask him if he can said walk straight and then to testhimdraw a straight chalk mark twenty 3ards long and ask him to walk upon it llo maj try but ho will assuredly fail Now place silver dollars at ever3 ten paces and tell him he 11113 bavo them if he will walk upon the mark nnd cvon then although lie is anxious to walk straight ho will stagger and leave tho line Now what is tho reason of this There is but ono answer and that is given by tho leading scientists of tho Alcohol world has paralyzed his nerves Try again and seo if any other nerves are attacked besides thosoof tho legs Ask him to write his name and oven then though he can ordinarily writo liko it Scrihitor or a Jaskell his writing will now look as if you had dipped h lly in tho ink and Kent it His nerves walking across tho paper in tho linger ami arm uro paralyzed Potter Minnie Huuko Buffalo Bill Cody by ihu alcohol cmd General Pulfroy of Hoston wero Try onoo more Ask hint to suyt among tho notable present TliJ U h trill ri rural rutrout niul iu j i YnrlFlhn nthnr dv THE NERVOUS SYSTEM Tho Giant Vobacot works otLouivlllc Liabilities Tclerrftuli hrci AH Thronjfh th Body htfvo mado an assignment How Alcohol Aflfoclit Them about 100000 assets about tho same ex Â¬ commorcinl relaTelegraph wires all over me It is learned that tho tions between Spain England and tho claimed John hi responso to some- Â¬ United States will remain in statu quo un- thing I hud said Ill never believe til tho end of tho year it ThopoporwarohouBOof J Q Preblo Indeed Hut hadnt you better Co Franklin street Now York was do stroyedby ilro a fow days ago Tho loss Wtiitftwhilo before you any that Shut will aggrcgato about 118000 partly in- Â¬ your oyes sured Now how did you shut them You Thnwago differences between tho iron Let me toll 3011 Balti- Â¬ dont know do 3011 manufacturers and tho workers of more havo been settled by arbitration and When 1 spoke the air wns set in mo Â¬ neither timo nor money was li st on either tion and began to miiko waves ono side How much better this modo of set striking agaiust another as tho waves tlement than by striking of the sea do These waves entered Free mail dolivery began at Lima Woos 3our car where a little tiny drum is tcr Newark und Tiffin with the first of tho month Sovorul othor of tho smaller cities stretched to receive them and this was in Ohio will bo entitled to f reo delivery as made to vibrate The waves from the soon as tho returns of tho past fiscal year drum are in turn taken up through a uro filed with tho government perfect maze of telegraph wires into Tho United Socialist Club of London the brain und the brain which is the comprising five German nnd two Swedish organizations arourrunginc for a big ex- Â¬ head telegraph office at once knows cursion to Eppmg Forest on July 10 nnd 1113 wish which is Shut Johns eyes will send tho proceeds to Chicago to re The chief clerk in the office then sends ltovo tho Anarchists under sontenco of a message to both of your eyelids say Â¬ death in thnt city Go down and in an instant ing The Belgian Chamber of Deputies has adopted a bill declaring two fifths of tho th3 obc3 workmans pay inalienable and one fifth Hut let me see if there aro any oili- Â¬ free from liability to bo taken even in legnl er telegraph wires in your body besides process Clerks salaries aro mado free these from liability of seizure unless they ex John shuts his cye and I touch first ceed 340 per annum his nose thou his little finger then A now Russian coerclvo measure directs government employes in Poland to forward his leg and finally his hair and frequently to St Petersburg complete lists each time lie says he can feel my of resident foreigners Jews aro not nl touches lowed to remain in St Petersburg longer Of course you can feel them for all than a week and nro not allowcd to enter over 3our body these little telegraph corporations or academics A Tiffin Ohio photographer with light wires are to bo found iud they scud from two ordinary gus jets succeeded m un in a flash the message to the head cj obtaining a negative of a night blooming office the brain siying Some thing cercus as it unfolded its beuutiful petals nas on tho nose linger touched nie Tho llower as is known blooms only nt night and tho negative obtained is said to leg nnd hair These simple experiments fully con- Â¬ bo tho first ever secured II is learned from St Petersburg that vince John that he is filled with tele Â¬ twelvo Nihilists wero arrested near the graph wires Edith and William are palace of Krasnoo Selont tho moment when tho Czar and his family wero beginning also deeply interested and watch the proceedings as elosel as John their journey to Finland Now Edith I wish to a k you a one hundred English Scotch and Over Welsh members of the House of Commons question Suppose I were to go out and have signed a memorial to the President eut a telegraph wire in two could a and Congress of the United States in favor of referring all Anglo American disputes message be sent over it Of course not is her immediate to arbitration for settlement It is probable that a deputation of members of the reply House of Commons will bo sent to Wash Suppose it were covered up with ington to present tho memorial to Mr bIiow or twisted around a tree could a Cleveland Telegrams from various parts ot Europe message then go through it She hesitates a moiiKiit before she convey the bolicf that tho Sultan will not affix his signuturo to tho Egyptian convenreplies perhaps it would and perhaps tion ns per agreement it wouldnt Tho beautiful spectacle of oiht buds of Well it might go through but most 1110 nigiii uioomiug cercus uuioiuiuk ll wouiun t Now did you Znnesvillc O was witnessed on a recent m niiini hv n Iiu lo munhnr of nnnnlo Tho ever SCO a mail Who COUUIll t IHO IMS fiowers wero inngnificent specimens of arm or leg and yet to look at it there i their kind and will bo preserved would be nothing at all to be seen that uenerai iJouiangcrs military organ nas voll uijlt0 d sense started a canard to tho effect that the gav- j is x kiiim ii iiiiiu in r eminent has ordorcd the troops to fill their knapsacks with cartridges on tho occasion I whose left arm is paralyzed so that he of tho July fetes in order to immediately can scarcely use it at all suppress any popular movement in Bou Paralyzed I exclaim What docs lnngors favor that mean Theophilus Fink who disappeared so Why replies thoughtful William mysteriously from his homo in Hopewell paratysis is simply the stoppage of township Lickini County Ohio a month ngo by letting himself down from a bed- those telegraph wires youve been room window with n rope has been dis speaking about covered working m a stono quarry in tho Youre right Will Hut what is the neighborhood Ho gives no reason for his name we give to these wires strange conduct Nerves he quietly explains while In a work on The European In Hot Climates recently published by a Belgian John and Edith look in wonderment nt naval surgeon Dr do Grootc Central my allowing him to suggest such a Africn in general and tho Congo in partic- thing ular aro dealt with With regard to the But so it is Congo tho author considers tho climate Now when a man suffers from pa- more healthy than those of Brazil nnd the English and Dutch Indies ralsis we say that lie is aillicled with Tho effect of the coko strike hns been nn a most painful disease and 3et there increased importation of iron J045 ll tons arc men who willfully paralyze them- Â¬ in April and still moro in May and a largo increaso to follow in case of tho threatened selves men who do it purpose Dear me cried Edith How fool- Â¬ strike in tho Pittsburgh mills Even the high duty does not prevent importation ish they must be when tho American workers strike nnd I think so too But let mo hasten tho pauper labor of Eurojio gets tho per- and explain how they do it You re Â¬ simmon Labor needs wiser leadership member mo telling vou about that pe Another of tho hoodlers hns been compelled to go to Jail on account of tho insuffi culiar wateiy lookmg liquid called ciency of his bail bond this timo Harry alcohol Varnoll warden nt tho insane asylum Tho Well that alcohol is mixed with wlfo of Commissioner Wren was on his water sugar and a few other tilings in bond nnd the Stntes Attorney thinking her many schedules were becoming inse drinks that are called beer wine or cure caused a capias to bo Issued for Var spirits A -Â¬ NEWS NOTES Queen Knpiolanlloft London for New OnMPERANGJE - rrfno cases out of ton lie trill brhtj o This Is a tooral ooral Croat Tho nerves of his tongue are parjj A A Â¬ lyzou 1 1 T Ami so migm x give you mnnv other similar illustrations of the way 111 wjiicii uicuiiui pnru1y7es mo tcl- egrapli wires or nerves of the body I trust not 0110 of my readers ever wishes to thus injure Ms body Jfy is odvico therefore Dont drink liquid that contains alcohol an3 Jicv Geo W Jones in Union Signal m m Â¬ ITEMS Post moutkms of over two hundred bodies of drunkards showed that bi a largo majority of them thcro was an enlarged and fatty infiltrated condition of the liver hardening of tho kidneys and chronic catarrhal inflammation of the mucous membrane of tho stomach Footers Health Monthly TEMPERANCE I remember those who started with me All of those who were sober and industrious and saved their money now own their own house- Â¬ holds but cvei3 one of those who drank is dead If tliero is one place in the world whero drinking can not bo permitted it is onarailway Chaunccy fifty years Looking back upon a life of nearly Â¬ I Middlesex South Congregational Con- Â¬ ference held at Marlborough Mass to tho effect that it is the duty of every church of Christ not only to insist rigidly upon the practice of total ab Â¬ stinence b3 its members but also to make special efforts for the suppression of the evil iu the commuuity at large and to make these efforts a part of their regular church work N 1 Wi- Â¬ tness M Dcpcw A uksolution was adopted at tho Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ P1 1 V Young man I say to 3 011 looking back to the fire where I lav seorchinjr looking back at the past and standing as I do now under the arch of tho bow one end of which rests in darkness and the other on the SU11113 slopes oi paradise I sa3 to you beware Touch not tho accursed thing and God for bid that 3ou should ever sutler as I have suffered or be called to fight 11s 1 have fought for body and for soul John It itotujh Tin following from J D Davis D D of Japan proves that the Worlds Womans Christian Temperance Union is needed in all missionary lands Mrs Leavitt who was here in the in- Â¬ terest of the Womans Christian Tem Â¬ perance Union during last summer and fall did a grand work in interesting the women and many of tho leading men of Japan in the cause not 01113 Temperance but of purity and of the One of elevation of women general our leading Japanese workers said to 1110 the other da3 that Mrs Leavitt was a second Commodore Perry to the wom- Â¬ en of Japan l Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Evkiiv pl3 sicinn of ability is fully aware of tho effect of beer drinking upon the prognosis of disease Ho knows that acute diseases in such per-Â¬ sons take on more violent s3mploni3 and peculiar complications and that the powers of resistance are markedly lessened Military experience lias also demonstrated the fact that habitual drinkers of alcohol in any form suffer more severely than others from wounds and surgical treatment It will require then much more convincing proof than that before us to outweigh such old and well authenticated evidence as to the injurious effects of all intoxicating beverages N Y Herald Fight or Die The liquor interest will find when it conies to nnatyze tho situation closely that though it may have be Â¬ necessary to fight or die there is nothing like certainty that uny amount of fighting possiblo will avert tho necessity of djing so far as tho liquor traffic is concerned The American people aro slow to move slow to relinquish thoir pot foibles slow to make up their minds to great changes even where such changes mean great reforms Their con- Â¬ servatism involves a respect for vested rights so strong that sometimes they make tho mistake of extending pro Â¬ tection to vested wrongs But this condition is not lasting When thoy do realizo the seriousness of tho situa Â¬ tion when thoy do comprehend tho righteousness of tho course urged upon them U103 aro readfor any sacrifice and too united for any op- Â¬ position The Tomperanco movement has grown slowly until quite recently but it is becoming a wavo more than a stream of tendency to da3 and it is flashing hero and thero with tho mys Â¬ terious celerity which marked tho operation of tho bazaar telegraph in India during tho mutiny At suoh times community sensibility rises to strange heights and popular deterÂ¬ mination assumes a formidable aspect In view of tho existing tendency it may well bo doubted whether tho liquor interest can do Itself much good by tho only kind of lighting within Its power whether Indeed any victories so obtained aro not oar tain to btlntulato thu Temperance ad viwieoamUo hastcu tho iul Y T lYtttmic come Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I nolls arrest Advices from Simila nro that tho Ameer of Afghanistan suspecting lack of fidelity on tho part of tho Jamshcdics noar Herat hns imprisoned tho Khan of that tribo and threatened to oxecuto him unless his fol lowers and their chiefs come to Cabul as hostages A number of tho head men of tho tribo hnvc since this event gone over to tho Russians A man named Schimnk hns been arrested in Moravia who has committed six mur- Â¬ ders thrco great robberies and a largo number of lesser thefts He had in his possession a list of persons who woro to havo been murdered by himself nnd his nssocl atcs comprising tho names of eighty of the wealthiest residents of Moravia Soveral of his companions in crime havo also bcou nrrested Tho trial of Horr Klein and several asso ciates for treason in supplying tho French with information concerning German forti fications wns held at Loipslc a fow days ago A Biirprlso and sensation was created by Kleins making n confession He ad mitted having been paid by M Schnnebulos French ngent nt Pagny for nctlng as a French spy and that ho had sent to the French whr oftlco drawings of tho fort rcsu of Strauburg and Mayouce Tho Fourth of July was celebrated with moro than usual fidelity by Americans re siding in tho leading European cities Min ister Phelps reception at Loudon was largely attended by Americans in that city und wus M10 most successful affair of its kind on record Kx M mister James Huh oll Lowell James U Blaiuo and family Sir Hugh Hinders Mrs James Brown Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ vi - L v ni at H fiuoropaNj tea t C TO iZM tr i rs4 Jon llpnl Gondii stomach r nearly 11 1 who saved ouso Who So lace in ot bo vunccy it the I Con Mass every insist lab o to clemency from Mr Slylea sho must plead guilty Holou sat in sllcnco and listened to SPENCER COOPEK Publisher tho shrewd lawyer He began then a series of questions which would have KENTUCKY entangled any one less innocent than flAZEL GREEN herself She answered him in a straight Â¬ forward manner giving him a history POOR AND THE RICH THE of her life Sho covorod him over hor five year old Now Helen said tho lawyer be- Â¬ Ho will never know poverty more sho snld As sho potted the curls of his boyish houd coming exasperated you are very No fectll be bare la tho wter cold shrewd the shrewdest in fact I ever No crying for bmad no wearisome hours met but it will avail you nothing Wo Of labor Ill paid from sun to sun hav the proof solid against you No murmuring oft when tho work is dono Come now is it not better to confess Shut up from tho sun uud the birds and lowers up and get only two years than go to Prom tho rich nnd the lofty nc look of prldo trial and get ten Mr Styles said Helen I will not Therell bo time to study and timo to grow In tho beautiful gardons tho angels know confess to a falsehood though you sen Â¬ It is well it is well that my boj has died tence mo to penal servitude for life Mr Styles went away scratching his Sho covored him ovor her five year old head and declaring she was the shrewd- Â¬ Ho is safo ho Is safe sho sadly said est and most hardened criminal ho had As sho platted tho rolds of his narrow bod And kissed the cheek that was white and cold ever seen Wise indeed he must have been to be unable to distinguish be Â¬ Tho room was as gorgeous ns palace hall And fragrant with lowers of tho richest hue tween unintimidated innocence and tho Camelias and roses nnd violets blue brazen defiance of crime And golden tho hangings upon tho wall Ho was scarcely gone ero a light 4Ho will never bo spoiled by a life of easo vehicle rattled up to the door of tho No hiu will untangle his niinny hair jail and to her surprise Helen saw Or crimson his cheok that is now so fair No wife in hor sorrow will drink tho lees Clarcneo and Kosa Sturat jump out llosa tears streaming down her checks Of a poisonous cup ho is safe my child burst into tfio room where Helen was My tondorest ouo I am satisfied Ah better far bettor my boy had dlod and clapped hor in her arms Than living in pleasure by sin dollied Oh Helen Helen my dear sister for you should be my sister how you For rich and for poor thoro nro ills to bear have suffered Tho waters are bitter for both to drink 1 Hazel Green Herald lawyer smiled and said ho hardly thought they wcro that bad Ho mado some notes in his books and left prom- Â¬ ising to call tho next day Have you written to Warren about this lloso asked No said Helen I could not We nui9t write to him now We will write togethor and tell him all Helen was at last persuaded to join tho sister in sending tho letter It was written full of tender truthfulness and sealed sion So s There are sorrows and burdens from which wo shrink And tho angels have weighed us an equal share Surah A liolton in Youtys Companion hi il 7r i I of To O ff g v s of h At thirty years The half of life has passod and half remains One effort more Osoul to break tho chains Of clrcumstanco to 1111 this pigo of Time With characters of glory and to climb The steep ascent with songs in place of tears At thirty years Tho clouds will pass tho sun will dazzle thro On rose Hushed pinnacles that pierce tho blue O deep disgrace to loltor on tlto plain Irresolute to grieve at toll nnd pain To bo tho slave of sloth and sordid fears At thirty years J Kaituooil in Temple liar Low down to miss tho music of tho spheres Imjcw 1 am not what I hoped to bo I It Is enough storm beaten on tho plain To view tho splendid heights I can not AT THIRTY At thirty years it is enough for mo nnnrmninrW niwuiiiiiny gain ifftf ib jk j I rl rX V I OH HKLKN HOW YOU HAVK SUKFKUKD IIKIKS HELEN --LAKEMAN -- on Tho Story of a Youngr Girls Struggle With Advorsity Atrrnon op BY JOHN It MTJ3ICK Â¬ Thk IUnkkii of BEDronDM Waltkk BnowNiriKLD Etc Copyright 1S3S byAN Kellogg Xewipaper Co CHAPTER XV CONTINUKD W 7 r 1 Helen buret into tears clasped her arms about the neck of tho jailers wife and fell sobbing on her bosom It was so sweet after receiving such cold cruel treatment to find ono warm sympa Â¬ thetic heart on which sho could rely Mrs Bridges consoled her kissed away her tears and told her to trust in tho Lord and she would come triumphantly out of all hor troubles in tho end Helen took hor placo ns one of tho jailers family and Mrs Bridges kept hor constantly at her side When the prisoner took down tho family Bible and opening at Deuteronomy fourth thirtieth and thirty first chapter verses she felt that the hand of God had surely directed her to the blessed promiso contained in those two verses When thou art in tribulation and all theso things are como upon thee oven in tho latter days if thou turn to the Lord thy God and shall bo obedient unto His voice for the Lord thy God is a merciful God Ho will not forsake thee nor forgot tho covenant of thy fathers which he sworo unto them Helen closed tho Bible ami clasping her hands remained for a moment in silent prayer How light ami joyous A true her heart at that moment Christian can not bo downcast and sad for if death sweeps away every earthly friend they know they aro only gone to a bettor land If clouds of darkness sorrow and suffering surround them thoy know that thoro is a Heaven whoro clouds darkness sorrow and suffering never como Helen was happy at that moment Her tears were dried and a sweet smilo was upon her face If she were sent to tho penitentiary sho would go cheerfully and pray God to have mercy on tho false witnessed who had worked her ruin Sho could forgivo oven tho Arnolds Sho could pray God to forgivo them and bless them with happiness Do you doubt this reader If you do you know nothing of a truly converted Christian heart There was no bitterness in Helens soul Sho was Christ like It was on Monday whon Mr Styles tho prosecuting attorney camo to see Mr Styles was a man who al Â¬ her ways wont into v case to win rogard loss of tho right or wrong ho might do Hero wan a young girl to bo sure one who had many temptations no doubt but who hud violated tho law Ho deÂ¬ termined to prosecute hor Of couruo yuutli and beauty would bo in ltpr fa- Â¬ vor Then he would not Insist on a Ion nontonoo Two years for a brace lot would do but in cutler to obtain Darling Rosa tho Lord has been very good to me He has always given me strength beyond my trials An angel still cried the rough Clarence entering and taking Helens hand It seems to me that a great rough fellow like me ought not to touch a beiii too good for this earth Now here hcv I been ever since I heard about you a cusin and swearin and ready to go over to old Arnolds and lick him and hero you are forgivin every body and jest lookin happy Wo may sutler and still lie happy Clarence said Helen with a smile upon her faoe Thoro is no need of any ones being without happiness Oh there is so much here ami she laid her hand reverently on the Bible llosa kissed her again and again de- Â¬ claring she never would desert her while Clarence was dtimfoundcd his earnest zeal wanted to punch some bodys head but Helen forbade that He must do something though it was difficult to tell what that was Ill go on hor bond he said tak- Â¬ ing up his hat and hastening round to Hero his hopes were the magistrate dashed to the ground upon being in- Â¬ formed that a minor could not bo ac- Â¬ cepted as bail for the prisoner But the girl was innocent she was an angel he knew her to be an angel The magistrate smiled and said he had seen a good many and all were angels at first Some never acknowl Â¬ edged to it and she might be one of tho kind but there could really be no mistake about it She was an unfor Â¬ tunate girl had his sympathy too but ho guessed she was guilty Clarence left in despair and went to consult a lawyer Mr John Layman had the reputation of being a fair law- Â¬ yer and ho would employ him Good morning said Clarence Mr Layman stroking his long black whiskers on the entrance of the young farmer I came Mr Layman to get you to attend to a case said Clarence sit ling in a chair near the lawyer Mr Layman laid aside a newspaper he was reading and thrusting his hands in his pockets was all attention You have heard of Helen Lakemans arrest I want you to defend her Tho lawyer was soon employed Clar- Â¬ ence agreeing to pay his fee The two set out at once for tho jail where Mr Layman was introduced to his fair cli- Â¬ ent Helen then proceeded to tell all she knew of the unfortunate affair Tho gold bracelet was found in her carpet bag but how it got there she did not Tho lawyer listened to her know story and then put her through a must rigid cross examination How did tho bracelet get in your ho finally asked possession kin tell ye said Clarence quick- Â¬ I Yo sen brother Warren ami Helen ly Well they hero were to he married told lies about Helen and mother dis Â¬ charged hor and then tho Arnolds set up thU job on hor so that Wiinvu would marry that rudhoadml freckled face Hal Arnold Helen tried to stop thn Impulsive youth but thoro wan no stopping him Uu W04 determined to lull till Tho which was captured at Waterloo by Field Marshall Bluchor is still in ex- Â¬ istence near Silesia Napoleon had CHAPTER XVI left the carriage a short timo boforo nOHR RTUAHT AND UEH MOTHER its capture abandoning his hat sword Rose seemed far moro vexed than and Homo valuables Helen at the loss of Warrens address Fred Douglass rccontly said in Clarence still fumbled in his pockets Paris I havo traveled through most and growled savagely as only a great of tho countries of Europe aud when Â¬ awkward boy can ever I am in tho cars in tho thontors Brother Warren gavo it to mo hc in tho ball rooms anywhoro In fact I foro he left said Clarence thrusting it nil that I am treated always with his thumb first in his vest pocket then courtesy and not raroly with distin Â¬ tho other while his faco was contorted guished consideration As far as I can 1 had as only a puzzled face can be see a man is judged ovor horo with- Â¬ on theso very clothes when he gavo it out any rogard to tho color of his to me I was to give it to you Helen hair his eyes or his skin and you were to write to him but I Dr J II Hepburn of Roimcrs forgot it Hes written to you I know burg Pa has in his possession a tablo said he would All tho time Clar Â¬ which was onco tho property of cneo was speaking in theso short jerky William Ponu It is solid walnut phrases he was rumaging his pockets two and has folding leaves but somebodys been getting your let- Â¬ possible It is oval in shape Thoro aro When they reached homo Tloso ters I kuowcM youd never get ono o ono in each end found her mother anxiously awaiting two drawers tliem and told him so Tho tablo is four foot and sovon Sho judged from tho Clarence had to give it up the ad Â¬ their return dress could not be found but ho would look of anxiety upon her mothers inches long and fivo feet wldo whon take the letter home with him and try face that there had been a stormy tho loaves aro raised It is very heavy Tho father was and solidly built with no attempt at to ascertain the address from his afternoon at home An offer of 500 was to be seen and she thought best to ornamentation not father refused for it nothing Ill back the letter and forward it ask Come in about him at present Rose said Mrs Stuart It is usual at Cambridgo to annual- Â¬ ye fear ho said to Helen dont leading the way to her sitting room ly give a handsome sum- - I think it is There is ono thing 1 am very 100 for tho best poom No words were spoken until the wraps Somo years anxious about said Helen of the girl had been removed and then ago a waggish undergraduate for a What is it Clarence asked moro jest modo the mother anxiously said a poom by My brother jou know he is so frail Did vou see her piecing together fragnionts of all 1 want to know that ho and so young those which had for many years is comfortable and then be my trials been tho winners Ho expected that Where ever so groat I can endure them cheer- Â¬ tho commilteo would laugh at it At the jail fully What was his Oh Rose havo thoy really got ler and throw it aside Rose asked Where is Amos horror at learning that ho had boen in jail I left him at Mr Arnolds They Yes mother though sho is permit Â¬ adjudged the prize and that his namo would not let him come with me and said they would take the best of caro ted to stay with tho family of tho was published all over England as that of tho victor How ho got out of jailer of him Mrs Stuart was silent Her largo the scrape I know not but no harm That aint no fit place for him said him Clarence Im goin to find another eyes were fixed on the carpet Sho camo to Letterthat ovor I heard of London Â¬ wanted to ask something more but al place for him When is your trial most feared to At last she said in a Next Monday HUMOROUS tone of desperation All right Ill bo back then if not Rose how does sho bear it Tho Uso of the Negative British before With Christian resignation and Working man Don t forget poor little Amos I Haint none o 3ou I chaps seo no nine n knockiu about Oh mother can get along very well if he is only fortitude mother comfortable I fear he was taking fever never saw a moro angelic picturo of nono o theso ere sheds nowhere when 1 left having been in the rain Christian faith than that girls faco Judy the night before He had a severe From tho Bible she gathers hope and A Sunday school teachor in Litch- Â¬ happiness even in the darkest hour field told his infants to ask any ques Â¬ cold Hell be all right dont give your She admits that tho bracelet was found tions they had in their minds and a in her possesion but savs sho can not little one asked self any trouble When is tho circus account for it She expects imprison Â¬ coming Vain was Clarences boast Helens Christian at Work arrest her innocence and tho coining ment and yet sho says there is such a Charlie There now Em Mr preliminary examination so engrossed world of consolation in tho Scriptures Blunt1 s hat aint a bit bigger than his mind that little Amos was forgotten that she is willing to forgivo those who pas Emma Well Charlio what were first in her persecutions almost before they left Newton You said last night of it Charlie Mrs long Ill find out his address and bring carpet Stuart satlightedgazing upon tho that Mr Blunt had the thickest head The lamp shone you ever saw Boston Beacon it to ye Helen said Clarence when he bright in the room and an expression Wife I dont seo why women became convinced that ho could not find the slip of paper upon which it of pain could be seen upon the good want to wear high hats anyhow humiliated was written Ill address the letter womans face She was going on in Husband Neither do I my dear There was a great struggle Wife Yes its perfectly sonseless myself and send it off The vehicle containing the brother her breast and she was vet undecided They dont cost a hit moro than tho Do yot others and somo of thorn not nearly so Poor girl sho sighed and sister rattled away from the village think she is innocent much Pittsburgh Disjiatch junt as the sun was setting The road Yes mother I know it Where do you got all tho funny to Sandy Fork neighborhood lay How do you know it through a wooded portion of the coun- Â¬ asked Uio things you print in your paper try and the myitic shadows of gigantic father grullly as ho entered tho apart Â¬ asked the inquisitive subscriber Out trees hastened approaching night ment how do you know any thing of my head sir out of my hoad curtly replied the bothered editor From these dark depths one might al- Â¬ about it I would like to know Do you really now said tho inquis most expect to seo some Robin Hood itivo subscriber pityingly Well I or forest outlaw appear Clarence had Hkn- - i rather had an idea that something was no fears but Rose shuddered The wrong but I didnt know it was so dark forests she had always feared and bad as that Somcrvillc Journal when the Iioimc shied to one side of the road sho felt a flutter at her heart and I havo joined the Audubon Wife vith terror clung to tho arm of her Society and think it a grand associa- Â¬ strong brother tion Well If 1 belonged Husband h Clarence Clarcneo what is to such a society I would livo up to its 17 that sho cried l nVf W rules What do you incanP I Where what dont wear any part of a bird on my bonnet II Nobody said any There on tho light dont you seo a thing about your bonnet horrid thing standing at the road- Â¬ Its your faco decoration I refer to side W My face How is that decorated H Clarence looked and through the Why with crows foot gathering twilight ho beheld a tall Boston rjottKf jb3 Budget 2T- - tro gaunt form clothed in rags with long disheveled hair and eyes which seemed HOW DO YOU KNOW ITt What tho Neighbors Said A farmers son was Silas Drown to be burning coals Avith such perfect resigna- Â¬ No ono Wliot o misdeeds caused his paront pain help mo Oh Heavens groaned tion such supreme confidence in Gods And who was known about the town the girl burying her facv in hor hands goodness could be a thief Thieves As ono whod noor do well again So when tho father through tho door as the tall haggard form stepped out aud criminals dont rend tho Bible His offspring Hung with wrathful cry r in the road and raising one horny hand xes nicy no yu thev do said Tho neighbors suld As oft boforo pointed her finger at tho occupants of Mr Stuart with a frown upon his Poor Urown hus heaved a heavy SI the vehicle and said Boston Budget face Thoy always do that to make Hush dont tell any ono I got ninnies think they aro too pious to do A now roportor has joined the away from the Injius They wanted to a bad act I havo very obedient chil Â¬ staff Ho was writing up his first as- Â¬ scalp me but I got away If you toll dren to bo hanging around jail birds signment which was tho resuscitation them theyll bo on my track again against my wishes very obedient in- Â¬ of a half drowned woman Tho city Be quiet Rose said Clarence who deed editor looked over tho scribblers understood now what it was its only Rose knowing it was useless to try shoulder and this is what ho read crazy Jano shos got away from tho to got ou friendly terms with her Tho fair form lay on tho dock and poor house keeper Tut tut young father arose retired to her room and hor Bhort pants none of But oh brother sho looks w awful after offering a prayer for tho poor man snld tho city editor your Zola realism not on this groat girl went i bed Im nfruid of her religious dally drop tlmt pants busi- Â¬ Tho wondering mind of the lunotla to hb CONTIaoKI ness Tho now roportor smiled soft Â¬ seemed only to catch at a part of what And her ihort Uomi huitl i Mlnd readiug it Is said loads tc ly ami wrote on pants for breath showed that oon would bo morn populoi Yes yen Im afraid too Dont tell matrimony It scloiisiioNs was returning HtttfflffM them Im hyro and I can escape cm If It would ouly lead to patrimony Vreikfnt iWWfc iwrt JJU They kill and uculp poolw Thoy cut 2ia I This will bring him here said Now Clarence what is the number of the street Chirenee felt in his pockets and with a look of dismay said Im blest if I aint lost it Rose Im a woman half the timo and a sheop half tho timo Poor woman sighed Rose hor pity overcoming her fear They feed mo on grass when Im a sheep snld crazy Jane and I dont get enough when Im a woman Thoy boat me too But I know them Their chief is Bill Jones and his chief is Jim Arnold Tho brother and slstor startod very naturally at hearing tho namo of a lujtn mentioned whoso bad qualities tjoy had been discussing Crazy Jano now seemed to becomo moro excited and continued Theros times whon Im human and I hear em They bring littlo children tJiere and make em lambs that they ma havo lamb stow I heard em and wasnt a sheep then I saw tho tears trickle down its cheeks then thoy said thoy would havo tho land fixed sure But Im a shoep now and must hunt the green pasture Then bleating in imitation of a sheep the insane creature ran away Rose breathed moro freely whon sho had disappeared in the dark woods At tho top of the next hill they mot Bill Jones and his brutal hired man hunting for the escaped lu- Â¬ natic Clarcneo directed them as best he could where crazy Jano had gone and then drove homo Ho was not on good terms with the keeper of tho poor house so exchanged as few words as sheeps head off half my head and put on half 4 PERSONAL AND LITERARY Tho Pall Mall Oaxclte has adopUtl tho American term elevator In plac of tho shorter English namo for tin machine lift Mr Elliot Stock ha secured th balusters from tho staircaso of the house in Fetter Lano in which Drydort Is said to havo lived and of which the destruction has been completed Whon ex Senator Thurman goes on a journey ho takes Mrs Thurman along to keep oft tho nowspapor men She is said to havo tho moat charming manner ot showing a man tho door Napoleons traveling carriage wilMII jtt i n Jt-J t i Uj i ijih - fat Aai JLM ng A K31 L MM V If R h r hor Mississippi Valley Kail way System with Tito doctor was marilcd the third Mr Huntimtii The proposed Chesi Ohio Railway bridge to be built two week ago at Paduenh to Mu peake time ovn the Ohio River between Covington Laura Scott and Cincinnati and linked to the CinUc wis burn December 23th 831 in cinnati depots by an eleatcd railway Jefferson county this State and hn will be of vast importance to the com mado the county of his birth the scene merce and trade of Cincinnati and the IIu-- fthep was a fact that Mr Zimmerman is President of his lifes labors of both of these companies bespeaks the native Kenfenckian and a pioneer lli speedy execution ot the great piojcct taiueston enfne originally from Switer Cincinnati Headlight fand lading in Maryland ami from Cincinnati Expoditiori thenee moving into Kentucky Ho reTt is scttlil CiiiLiiuiiiti ami tho Ohio Although ceived a liberal education 10 Valley will have a paiul Millennial lCv having left school at about the age of posttion next year The 1000000 Jna -lie was a gowd Lain and French scholar nn tec Fund was coniplcttd yesterday After quitting school he was desirous of and every patriotie citizens can rejoice tttkirrg i ootifso at Georgetown- College To raiie siiil an imiiieti o sum was an tliit withn view of becoming n civil engineer iindcitakin have no other city except this wouhl xucccfully accompliHi ITia plan was not executed however and cd Il was a herculean tak but now after a term at St Marys College in that the loyal Cinciniiatians have o Marion county he began the study of liberally and heartily responded there in medicine with Dr T R Flint and also cause for he warmest mutual conratu- iio cclcotntion wilf latinns Attended leeturcjat tho Kentucky School worthy ofi tho push and energy be won ind in of Medicine- from which institution he tclljjjonce of the Queen City it wfll be graduated Ho was afiorwnrds actively an international event in vhioff exhibits sagaged in tin practice of medicine and of evcv kind from all iiarts of the worlic will ho He To the Citizens conspicuously displaye wha at one time jail- phvaiciaii Jniniitteo--wlisosra abandoned- Mkt jtfofejiirtjV however- - de lantlv took hold of the Guarantee Fund siring to fc inoro actively engaged in when it seemed that tlieSlOTjOOOO could agriculture and other enterprises of a not be secured and that tho fiiant entermore lucrative and public character prise must fail the thanks of the entire community are due Tt is a Hiftrco of Having invested his means rather ex ten profound gratification to know thai Cin- Â¬ ivcly in banking and manufacturing cinnati never proposes any thing that business be became und remained for a she doc not carry out and tiis latest mrmhor of yearfr frjCKifrcnt of tho Red splendid example of nerve and patriot- Â¬ ism on the nart of her citizens will give River lion Works- whioh grew to lie1 One us air enviable distiction throughout the of the grentest institutions of the kiud Union All hail fo the one hundredth birthday of the plucicsf and best city iu the West or Southwest He was Cincinnati inquirer long President oft the Duuisvillo Car in America wKecl Gompuny he was also President Physicrans Havtf Found Out of the Farmers arid Drovers KnTife of That n contaminating and foroign eleShis city It is averred Unit tho success ment iu the blood developed by indiges of those corporafirons is largely tine fo his tion is the causo of rheumatism This the Hcnsittvo sub rVuMues ability In 1873lVu wusolected settles upon the mtisclcT and cntanooun covering of ligaments of Vice President 0 tho Louisvllla and tho joints causing constant aud feliifting Nashville railrotuL His services in that rttiin Mid aggrcpition Air a calcareou initio ww eo satisfactory that ho was chalky deposit which ryfpducea stiflhess two years Jutciy promoted- to tho Presi anil distortion of tho joints No fact whicli oxperienco has demonstrated in cfency of tho road which place he lilled regard to HoMetlerij Stoinnoh Hitters during eovernl iiupoi tan Cyeora has stronger evidence- to Ktipport than Dr StatidorfJV death on tho politics this namely that this inediciiio of coin of tbu State will not bo marked excopt preheiirtivo nscs cliocks tfio formidable and ntforioi disease nor Is It lees ims in tho Legislative faec now innde up tively established that it iff preferable to V uubor of thcu wre Lelng mado on tho poisona often used to arrest it since tho if sue of hU wuidldHoyfor tfio tfiild the nietiiclno contain only salutary in ft nlco a signal Vilw Swiates In uuoh eauoa tboro will gredieuti icvorsU constipation reinetiy for iimiariai uyipeittln it cotwhUrnbltf Blinking up kldiiev and blmlder ailment debility 1ft dtMfJtford hrlwnys pHrtlupMcI and other tlirtordera 8c that yum get wtfcvelki Sutu npHUiir On tho geuulue So tV Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - tilities between the North and the South the eauo of tho Union and entered tht navy lie was then a mere Louisville Coiniueroial July 27 As day broke yesterday Dr E D boy but his indomitable energy and de termincd wilr at once displayed them Standiford died People had known in selves and his rine was merited as well it casual way that the distinguished capas rapid lie was engaged it several italist and candidate for Senator was ill fierce combats among which may be but the announcement of his death crc mentioned the battle of Arkansas Post and the fight before Vicksburg His iited inteiihO surprise Dr Standifords skill and bravery were rewarded by hih marriage two weeks ago set all the town advancement to the post of Lioutenant talking and his death yesterday is the Coinmander of the United States flagship Uuchita of the New Orleans sauna- more a matter of geileral regret on ac As captain of the Arkansas ron the count of the late happy event boy offiei r did good service at tli The doctors health was then bad and battle of Trinity and Harrodsburg and rinco his mairiago it has not improved he again distinguished himself at the He was confined to his room most of the capture of Fort lemberton where his valor helped to win the day time and has been oitf butoncc or twice At the eloie of the war Captain ZimTho trouble was a combination of liver merman came Not th married and ei And kidney affections and had bceu re- tered upon VU bi iness career His sili Â¬ garded as serious but not dangerous cons has bof i exraordinary As a part- Â¬ in the iiniuciiee oil fnniof Alex McThe hot weather however contributed ner Donald A Co and in the coiHolidatid greatly to the fatal result of his illness Coal and Mining Co be ranks ainoi g At about 9 oclock Monday night a Cincinnatis merchant princes He is change for the woreo set in and the pa identified with several minor industries in and about Cincinnati tient sank rapidly The family were entcrprkes command a larireHis railroad share of his summoned hastily and all were in reach attention I5 sides bis oflieial ami mon exci pt Mri ten h Dauforth who hap eyed connection with the Cincinnati Davton Iailroad of which pened to bv in the country Dr Standi Hamilton he i Vice rre ident Mr Zinimcnnan is ford rank rapidly until 4 oclock when Nashville President of the Chesapeake he died murmuring something that Uailroad President of the Kentucky Sounded like the Lords prayer He South Atlantic Kail road which is now alto called for his daughter Mary Mr developing the mining resource of Ken in Blurray Keller but was unable to talk tuck v and takes an active part New the A inamiiiement of the Newpoit Eugono Zlmmormar an admirably arranged article One of the most eminently successful in its array of figures against and energetic of the young business men the system of hording instead of Cincinnati is Eugene Zimmerman in of paying out this enormous His part in recent pales of large railway this section has placed him interests sum and our people should very conspicuously before the public part The study it well It shows the lleis in his 39lh year his early town of his life was spent in native cause of hard times plainly Vicksburg Mississippi His active temand we regret that avc arc un- perament took him to the north where rambler his able to publish it this week lie completed the education at trie hos beginning of College At Â¬ August 1st 1805 since known as Bloody Monday lie had a difficulty with Gen qy spencer cooper Ilouwcan in the court house yard Dr Published Standiford was then a Know nothing Subscription a Year and Ilouoscnti was an Old line Whig Bio i icy to Vrcoiniuuiy llio Niiim Both drew pistols and clinched In the fcPENCER COOPER Editou scuttle both pir tols were discharged Sen Imi naiwiwj HousBcau being shot iu abdouuui and Dr Standiford in the hand HAZEL GREEN KY Dr Slauriifordri wealth Friday August o 1SS7 estimated at from 2000000 istovariously 4000 000 the principal part of which is in Ve will next woek publish stocks and bonds The assessed valua- Â¬ a circular from the banking tion of his real estate in this city is SSMOOO He owned real estate in va- Â¬ house of Harvey Fisk rious parts of the country and his farm Sons New York relative to D A11 orders Ktnt to J T acres in tho county the Mock up of some 377 edly the finest of 3900countryis undoubt anil will have our best attention the It yields 000000 of the peoples money an annual profitinof 40000 in the U S Treasury It is Disease Cnrert Witat Hazel Green Herald 1 Ifa lilltIte I if fm few fet Manufacturers of Uest English Steel Circular and Long Ihi HiwiiIiinV SAW ALSO iwtfrn Stut iicurt the thid It iud ti lllilts IS Files Guminsrs Swages Emery Wheels Leather and Gum Belling x i tlietr uicrlH in vorUinaiihIii ti Iwml r tho ninrkit Our Ctrcnlnr Saws xtmiil iiiullty ol touKlitisaml elasticity of temper and ol our own sli il Al wn loll Itiinil Saws in stock Hue til iiirtntit n 1 Work fully warranted ami at flock Hottoin Iliccs F Day Hazel Green Ky for now work or Large circular saws naw s a fcieiut r lncc specialty n List with Ucaf Discounts 7 Vine and 861 Water for repair will he Streets e CSNCiNNATI Or roinptly forwarl d to us Meik Said a- - A MARVELOUS INVENTION FOU IIEALTNO A UCVVJ Till lN 1AIV HICK AND UOSQUEH V Â¬ Doafh of Dr Standlford ho embraced Â¬ I I Â¬ eases are described and syniptoms given that will almost out vi convince a WELL man that he is AAVFULLY to Take MAGNETIC APPLIANCES CLASSIFIED GENUINE whack and they arc ready to buy Something bad MARMRTin INSOtES for cold foot andman regardless of real XEED A diseased liver is the scat of 8lrHr nalr iiinuilbiiu ciruuintio for circular bv Send glzo oCoho orn Sond tJiWL of the diseases of the flesh That tired nervous restWfPIRTLETB for hand UinUETin Rl8Hiraln d wristxotc irlco mHlinClEU per pair nicuHuru of n lit Sond for circular less feeling that goes to bed with yon and gcqs in as prompt ANKLETS for lnmo MAftttCTIP uniaos licoJUeaclu and weak bendstro tiirtuiih iv ly as the rooster crowing and sticks closer than a brother otanUlo Sond for circulars norrons SLEEPING CAP for leonlessUARUCTIi1 irrrz77A tells you that you XKE1 something to overcome it A nasty t rrii iiuiiiniKiit unuiihi iw now Catarrh etc Irlco 9i by mail Sond for circular ialoo coated pill makes you gag to THINK of it You cant MAGNETIC astf WIBWuSlfiSS bear the T110UG1 ET of it Now listen We havent any hip dUeao etc Irlco 65 Send sliO of waist and lehathlp Bend for circulars great discovery by Indians but we have a SMALL sugar CAP for pentlomen UflnUCTIO OFFICE with ervoui iicadacho innUlibllU trouMi d glvo rollof Ininiodlately ncuralu Ia or catarrh will coated Pellet that the most delicate may take a combination 93 cacu bund slzo of hat worn Send for circulars Of VEGETABLE remediesthe work of one of the best Magnetic irioEioouupobufvocuro rtwin educated Physicians in this country a formula1 that we will reduco tho Bwelllnir und rtstoro to natural elro ImiucdKtclv Irlco 3 i each by moll Send sliO erf kneo Soncfforclroulura uive anv Physician desiring it If you NEED a LIVER Q P CALVERT lunK They prevent und cttfo cold rheumatlrtn E Pill trythese CO Â¬ M aeicr llf Y7mncono warfftro ntralrvlt phrnlclanfl or thd modlcftl fraternity Ktnorully Tliolriiplioiuotusu fulncaalj laru otind wo dr ilro to nlil tliomlnfur- nianiHK auxiliary jnontu tor curinfr mo oleic uno honcitphytlclan occuplon a high uacu in public csiocm aim uenerveuiy so xoo tvjiuoour Appll- oncMiaro not nanaconforovcfylII their oro what wo claim for thorn nml will alfoni a speedy irooitenttmoa after moUIclncaliavo failed to glTorullof Tlable Dlif eterr for inppllnr Iftrnrlltra to thehn- Bta ijtn Elrrtrlelty ami Jlarnrtlini CUllied fore for Hrtllaj he Bltk it great man but why afflict the dog if ho dont need Yet many persons vend nn almanac where various dis Â¬ SiTid i iiuuuiii-iit- - - 1TICO tarrh Irlco xuoRlaU neuraiKia puouinonin 35 inront trouuies una caSerd for circulars with totl Â¬ Â¬ MAGNETIC HToriRt7t Â¬ beneht to cIocnMonldM puMlc speakers and singers Thuy ttrcnKthen tho vocul curds nn J prevent hoarfcm- tend r circular Irlco 81 uach by mall fcunl slzo of nick SIfa ZCrSld by itH Mi rdiaiiN i al 5 CIXCINNA TI Proprietor TRIMBLE BROTHERS I Â¬ LEOQINS format MAftWPTIfl tism lanu- lI U3 fivor sore and Yftrieuiio veil in Miic tto imu n lun e rcqulrra unt viireal ii atho for their nit ileal oualltlo and for tho easo with which thej nri woiu Prlco 33 each il Â¬ by mall Ncnd bizo of lug around calf and ankle Bend for circular tUAHMCTiP FRICTION MITTS prompt- IUNUIIIIIU iy oiu vinut inuiRCMion nation kidney md liver trouble quickly removes iicurciii n pecui nrio ixai nnu iinparm w aor fulvitrorto whilolindt lerv imit nedi ftary wll lnd teIIJ habltHandiltnia t d a valua1 lo euinpatikiiimVulruur b mail post Irlco t ach LlAVit Pntrl th- - m vBk kA wftswrtilfjffJlJ Â¬ J Q VM Â¬ tliJ 4JT 11U 1VI IUUIUi 1 ww luiuduro kI nt fPAtLXi B m mi iwm fy - MAGNETIC lowlutr dliieases without niedlcliif- - lnlu in tin back head or llniln norvouH ui Mllty luut ntfO 9 KencrU lihlMy ihiiimntlMnpuralyU nedrulii t F helutlca dltaxiH of Uitliidupytf triM livf wn 5 Inal omlMrns lmpoeney hart dlbt axe dysjtP 5 cte or Blalmllfilinh inia of rupture pileMiiRnitlcCon - rf in- J fniltiitlijii free Ill licit with eulos S10 Send in amno of waist and slzo of shoo w worn fen t ror cirtuinrti 1 KStSyaFfel iks a 9 a rw- 114 ti u fl rJ dc in Ja tt i t Lr u r i fe m 3x3 am m w itijj twl WiBUVUIdB a afis pas for Bontlo R euro wieioi MT STERLING EY 3 rheuinutHiit tit iiraila nervotii oxhMistloiidy pepslii or llh the ller Kidneys head ache or cold feetliiiaoof liino buelf falling of tho wuinli leueorrhcea chrcnlc Inllnmnintl ii of tlm womb an abdominal belt and n iclr of Mntnotlc Foot Ual for liHlmve no Bipcitor In tin lell t mid euro of ull tllCBo complaintTiny entry 1 powirful innjc lictlcfi Ki to tu seat if the dfeao- 1rii-- f Jl t with Magnetic Foot Hatteriei J10 bent by txprcjn CUU and uxmilnatlnn allowed or bv inml mi rccirt of prii e In otdcrlnir tend tnuaimra of wan ana sizo or tuoo - MAGNETIC igtt ffiIh Respectfully Invite the Mountain Merchants to Examine their Stock and Prices before purchasing MtTWMiacEnv 3JBrYvjrrcrwnuvnrjpjaOTV TWiinjMiiimtTUril -- rvtiiirri-iijm s m I I chronic rlieiiinitl ui out iro piruhalu bronehltH Iiiiik diseut o and other eoinplnlntr which bailie th- - fcill of our biwt phylnnn Jrko fc nd HX oaeh with floie mcisurii of rhuirnr IUJt and waiit Ior ona living at a di itiiricj wlm eaii not griMiH im in per on should kvo a clear mniemcjH or mrir iliun uities ny lelli r una wo U will detlKiinte tlio kind of jViipllnncos regulred In eicu caio 10 eueet a euro ri nn youratnrri tho Now Donartiiro in Modi nl Treatment out lledlelno with thouUnnds of tesrimcnlal ThoMasnetloOarmuutti are a limited to nil aires aro worn over tho underclothe t not next totjio body llko tho many sralvauic and olectrio humbufrit advertisetl ro oxtonlely and should bo taken olf at night They hold their power forever and Are worn at all reasons of tho year tOrder direct throiph yourDrupRlt Phvflrlnn Oeueral btoro Dealer or through tho pubhrhtr of thl paper TUE MAOXETIO APIUAXOE CO 181 Dearborn Su Chlcofro HL i OR CORSETS rrlHUIikllU JACKETSanil KentK men euro lor iulicb Hindi LW JSjT t m I is HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY Eg mtp P r 1 V Whol esaie and Largest Stock Lowest Prices Heavy invoiced arriving daily aitcl stacks Upon stacks of goods to meet every department of trade Live Stock Country Produce and School Claims received iii trade on notes accounts or J T F DAY merchandise nitf E8TAnrI31IKD 18W Ttls now nearly si year Mneothi mdlelno wn offerd as v reinody for Worms and from that Mne Its reuiltatlon ha teniHlv inrmnMl until At tint proitflitilay It la nlmoit tuitrorMlly ncVnowltdifrd thiciisboiit nearly nil jxirtK of tho world to lo the sov- tniqn rrmrtltf Worm Confi vtlons mndo more lorino purport or nu nxinir the h i in or ditcaio hnvo rxen luinufacturcd nil over the ronntryi but their short li ww Fi noI nearly overcoimr nd continue to KrowJnfvor dally CTMMrm of tin look ttale and exhautv sickly from no pam nro rnnt fnvjuently tho retnilt or tbrno hWdwi sappers and mine When other cnusothsn vorm thry art frrlraftlo and feverlih omctlmes eravlncr food and oatlnirravcnousiv ntriin sonieaiet and crindlnjr tho teth then bo usuml thco smptom are Indications ol toiiiK rwtleily in sleep moaningaBHaHaBBBi vronns vaa aw bw savata aaassi ana aHaa bim THE HERALD i - 1 - o - Â¬ PRINTING -- - ESTABLISHMENT BAFAHNESTOCKS Â¬ 15ANK CHECKS -- JILL HiAD - CARDS CATALOGUES DRAFTS DODGERS ENVELOPES EMULEMS LiriTER rfEADS IJCESSES MONOGRAMS tfEKIT CARDS Â¬ Â¬ wla eXKttly what you wan Until further uotlotf wn will jfint 530 Crooer- Knvtlopcst und S5U Kotiiheiula to match and Mull to wny ddrrw on rt ccipt of J30J In fact ovurythhijf umiilly kcjit lir n tlrlulnfrjRfiiintry More nAd tt IJOTTOM PIUOKif AddrvM 8PKNCKH CUOPKH AUo will take in cxalintiLu for Jood or In lniymont of aht tJobtUuo we nil kludot Ilnivl Oretii Kyi ountry Produce asd Llv ntoclc w f vvei y UQrltiou nnnur iu the linnd of akillctl rtfechun k mav be liml at tliiit otllco nt Itlis tlmn city irlccrt It will pity uuv niiui in FXitcrn Kmituckv toRcD hia prltitlni at TrtK II Kit ALU ollict St ml for ultimate and state Quo NOTICES ORDER ROOKS OPTIONS TAMPIILETS PROGRAMMES RECEIPTS RECIPES STATEMENT SALE WLL3 TAX LISTS c TAGS 0 mul ovcftliliig thnt enn be exc cutuil wltu new tviiw lint oliui iiromTCs nntl OlE riEADS tlrxly mbundtiritood and w nen worm navo reaiiy oenntno cause Itha been proved herond cavil that worm mint in mo niiiunii syMnm rroni earnest inraney therefore parenta ejpoclaHy mot Arr more eonKtnntly L with their children rinnot DO tOO ODSOrVlnff Of tnafint ivmnfynrnfiwirm fnwmn fetinlwho are n ia lit iffly ana ptalHi rcmovu from tho moat drltenlr nranfihv ftntimiilTiiuArii ihrr Thy sIciatiR do noi hesltato to recommend It and um It In tholr praf tlco and manyof tho most eminent of ih i prorr iontroTnaiiprijoi inoconniryiOTiiry to us uniform Snrre In fact It novor lolls It ha fre- a iwjh r v nn bio IIO fllllnvK i fl iniM were dlsnhanrednndimmpdlatoijuirelief afforded ftlliiliuh riluticllDlt IU41 CBUlu Ol bo used by nml 1kiyw rminllltn of ovary ureaTeami I must to - In nnn HflrtWi lie hi own IiiiIli Thn fnni r anl to cxaininniTiTV hottlrt hn finv Af i not urtlrleiit Ho must look closoly and carefully to tee that Ch6 laltUU are B A Faum3toc and bo satis fisil ultli lifitnltti7 Itio Nkw rNjfttv irowir Co Mo Cixnsrror JI Mcira J K St hwarti A Co IHt tbwrg Pa rAhnotoclc Verml naTtnnxithiorirlnaID A years 1 havn uel omo of that most etcellmt JCntUmm my practice for many rinydv It A Kmhncjtocks VormlfiiKyftiid found It to fuffe In recommendlni It as remedy have no hesi I think your vermlfugo can tancy in lmyrt the detln d effect a which Ih tae th safely bollrwiihHtwlth lnnny family rlidMfandWitIaaUcaeswbore a Terralfuito ii neoded Yourac p ijJ W UUBBiilttM D THOS u iiAKmr M D rrvH 3 it oniiiff mmri i cauncxl dlne vrlileh ben i n It deatrhas cairadftfas m thi Brave when tho e o nn E mm ith r IK 1 iI if x a v Â¬ v tFr dlUUrlIlV IV BAFarineetooHACo Pitteburg P Solo Proprtctors-- C B SWANCO dkaier is w 1 GENERAL MERCHANDISE JIAfcL GREEN KENTUCKY KiKM CONSTANTLY ON HANIY A lUll ASSOHTKUST OF - Sfn1 and Fanoy Dry Good Roady mado Clothingllata Crtps Bobts Shoes- Queonswar TlnWnro - Hardware TaiiNfrind Po6kt Cuti les Stovefr nd Fnrrrtlng lnfplarYent a o ti ssisMsTstaaaaaMsMsl ii JS- - rv ri r- - v TPp aUdUtmmPsAJmtm saKWWPBr wk k s wo 4HHBSSSa n wrnii y 9 p5P8ittplWPprr -- a -- WflfeHJi umua irHsl sss SU iflsssl t U3 i K 1 - Ry permission wo pTiWIsh The follow Â¬ lias now coiitrol of MtSrclicfid the party I ing letter to Postmaster Evans mid do which kjllcd the Tolivcr crowd were her so that Dr Tnulbces friends may know husbands ami txjtia bittcroat enemies and i Manufacturer of 1 Kill MMSM rl iu lH f ffi r w mini snow iiicm uown wuuoiii mercy one larger IrclaHon jn the mountains ITasn where to address him A Kiwtf rn Kentucky jJtin Unv paper in said that hct husband was so fully satisfied Grades of Full Fokt Defianci Arizona Siti uiul iin ruhiim ami other wishing d Of thntthntiu no cose would ho go himself 23 18S7 J July secure the trade of Knitem Kentucky will lilld it TltK lllT ADVERTISING MKDIUM DjuuToiix We are here and get or permit his sons Jo go to Morchcd without protection that their appeals to the Gover Advertising Ratos ting settled to joiiio extent 1 dont nor for troops had been in vain and that SCfl Traiisiont advertisements 7i cents an inch fiMt insertion JJ5 cents an inchfur i like it worth a cent Climate moderate Mr Young receiving numerous voluntary and nrArrn i aeh snhscqinMit insertion ly pleasant but too dry Nothing grows oilers from various good citizens 6f Rowan STANDI Mr ADVKItTISrMKNTS c1 inch G flon I inches 1 yearl00 here but inferior grass small pitied ever- Â¬ Elliott Morgan and Hath counties to form ycav part of n guard for A T Young his two 00 oinchclyenr 1750 greens cnctiiH c 2 inches I year year 1200 C inches 1 year 2000 3 inches WINCHISSTEKi KY The Navajo reservation including the sons and nephew John ltogers at More jfriSrStueiul rates oil hirgcrndvortisements head had purchased 1300 worth of Win local notices 5c u line with 5 per cent oil Mocjuies which belongs to this agency Chester ritlcs one hundred in number with tor long time is about 123 miles square and there is ammunition for the purpose of tinning the Mtirrintje and death notices free tri tf tion in Grade and butes of repent and obituaries 5 cents u not oiic thousand bushels of grain raised guard all linp on the whole Mrs Young further rays that on Thursday iJ Announcements of candidates for Vegetables and fruits can not be had Ian Allic left this place for Klliott county to State or District olliecs 10 Cohnty oilicos for Fiistcrn Kentucky HAKL OttKKN KY arc T I meet the guard that would be gathered J M1 V V IJjtVl for KEIIRS HOLLER MILLSnlc Agentsmid carry it lurge sup- - calls on persons to become candidates at any price V FLOUR ft cents a line Payable and their answers The Indians are twenty thousand in there and come back with it to Morchcad plyot the iollowing braiuls IMiltrmTlON Wheat Extract WlilTK 1Kmuj 1atent Koller invariably in advance that her husband feared sonic rash not on Magnoma Roller Fancy Sirvrit Lakk Roller Family ULOliK Superfiric upon which 35 No name will be entered upon the number aG Cm thev will quote prices and deliver nt Hazel Green or Rothwelr Station Subscription Hook until paid for One dollar xri buy as much provis- tht part of the guard and preferred that and all subscriptions are stopped at expira Allic Ahotild be there in person to restrain EIGHTEEN tion of time paid for notice of which will ions in Kentucky as live will here it as much as possible Allic accordingly on the he indicated bj a crojs mark It is thought that gold and silver are left for Klliott and she says was seen and PKOFESSOES5 uiumiii in front of your name A prompt ATD plentiful here in their undeveloped state fired upon from a distance by some of the will insure its continuance renewal only INSTRUCTORS I have my doubts Logan faction is thought that all this SPHNCEit COOPKK It Agricultural mid Ilcchnnlcnl Seiontltln KiiRinnorln ClnsMcnl Normal School I have nothing to do but office practice the preparation of n guard the purchase of military TietlHf Goiiuuorolal mid lroimriitory Courses of Study riios and ammunition and Allies departure with an occasional call out in the village COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION GARRISON HE SELLS CHEAP Please send all my mail to this point f6r Elliott took place before the Governor Fall term begins Skit It 1887 For CatalouukuiuI other information address had consented to send the troops to More JAMKH H TATTKltSON lli J rcliiKto Kentucky Tell Spencer Cooper that 1 will write HARDWARE QUEENSWARE head Mih Young is n most intelligent wo UMM Una a letter for Tin Herald in a few days man with a timid shrinking manner and STOVES aa I will be very busy for ten days in has evidently suimred much from anxiety CUTLERY TINWAIIE voicing the dispensary supplies Sic Tell during the progress of the feud She is H MASONIC TKMPIK 5 MT RTEKLINO KY him to iend my paper without fail as I plainly to a great extent in her juPly husbands WIIOLKSADE DEALEUS IX control and Jells his side of the story in a certainly cannot stay here without it moct feeling manner She said TJoouc Logan COUNTY NEWS GUSRENTTOWN AND Give my love to all friends and tell them to write me often Write me along who has been in Mr Sterling for several days during the past week told her husband Hob Rose ol Lacy Creek has the fcVcr letter at once 4 if he cnine to Morchcml with u guard lie Direct to Fort Defiance Arizona Ter- Â¬ would not live to get As my whole time is occupied with other M Rose our eilicient County atay from the depot duties 1 offer for Bale at private contract John ritory Navajo Indian Agency It is probable however Logan said this to my farm School Superintendent is laid up with c Lovingly yours AND Young more as a warning than a threat for erysipelas though Logan is u young man and the lion J R Taulrii of the hour at Morchcad he is a remarka- or if desired will add Go acres more to it Iud Kwango is lying qtiite low with The meeting at the Methodist Church bly calm and cool headed young fellow not baid farm is situated in Clark county Ky Â¬ fever ind hut little hope of his recov4 Jo miles east of Winchester on the it O in this place which commenced on Mon Â¬ at all the man to indulge in idle threat ery is entertained Railroad There if a flag station at tho lot THIKD RACE ii UNION STRSET3 day evening July 20th closed on last It is thought that if troops go to More trate 100 yards from the house and a hide 2d inst Much in- - head and Youngs private ghnrd stay away track about 100 yards In low the lot gate Mrs War und daughter Miss Minnie Tuesday night the tlicre may be no dimculty otherwise that There is u comfoftiible dwelling house good of West Liberty uro visiting relatives teres t was manifested during the meeting tobacco barn stock blood will most robably run like water ings upon the place barn and other build aflly and to ay that the house was packed at Two jjnorl ponds and and friends in this place In the meantime the hundred rifles and am- several prints furnish water for all pur each service would indeed hardly convey P PANT munition ordered by Young are now in tho poses About -- ft acres is virgin soil and JAJIKS WITH TJIK 200 and we will print 250 a comprehensive idea of the congrega express ollico at this plueo and tluit gentle except 20 acres none of the place has been Send u Envelopes and 2P0 sheets of writing pa- tions that assembled at each meeting man is thought to lie making preparation cultivated for 2o ears Ii is one of the MKrfT URASS FAItMN IN CLARK and During the time sermons were delivered to dispose of the privnte cuard per and mail to your addre there is enough timber on it to fence it J will sell it at a bargain 20 years An by ltevs Demiree Kendriek and Vance There are many accidents and diseas one wishing to purehase a go d and cheap Foil Sam A new combined reaper but the attractive feature of thesernionic home in Clark will do well to call and ex and imnvr Will trade it to younghorse services was the lady preaciier Miss es which affect Stock and caue serious amine this farm before purchasing else W S inconvenience nnd loss to the farmer in DKALKUS IS re mule or cattle Apply to She is n very earne t his work which may be quickly reme Â¬ wlw C P For further particulars address Mollie Merriinan FOX Winehester Kv or 228 John II Pikratt TJarnKfiLLAs exhorter and it being a new thing to ee died by the use of Dr J JL McLeans SPFXCFR COOlEl Hazel ireenKy Volcanic Oil Liniment Sold by G U jeSfm a lady in the pulpit the multitude was Corner Tcarl and Yinc Every IniMiie y man in the mountain3 in attendance on each and every occj don Swango Ifacl Green iwrmw ought to u e printed stationery when he We did not hear it but have been told and 2f0 sheets of by many who can get 2f0 envelop weie present that Rev J Will always be found ready to attend to the paper for only 200 Send us an order A Vance pi cached n very fine Bible wants of the patron of the Imusn Thank ful fr past patronage yon am invited to Rev Mr Kendriek bus many eill and sec us when in tho city mid Uncle When van aie constipated with loss sermon MAYTowv KFNTlCKY im F nit promises to imt n nut best of appetite headaeiie take one of Jr bright points in his pulpit cflorts Rev Iools when waiting upon you aO fim Mr- Eklnr was earne t in his work and 11 McLeans Little Liw r and Kidney CARDINGThey are pleant to take ami all worked together for good PilletH Moid by 2o cent a vial will cure you G H Dean Kite Pollard K J ywaiiiro IJazcl linen Tho real estate agency of Cooper Do ie jn mptly and in workmanlike manImporters and Wholesale Healers in j Ilerndon hist week sold a farm to Jnmc jr Jimmie Kwungo is projrie jirig finely ner McG ui re for iC0 terms equal to ca h with his mIiooI on Red llier lii the Sepfember 5 1887 It had been in their hands only a few Monday district forty nine scholars are enrolled weeks and a purchaser was found for it and of thee forty six hive attended dur which shows conclusively that to sell iiir the two weeks school has been in ses- land to advantage bnle cheap for cash KwSrew dean Invgc- well Conic and Von must place it in sion W W MANKKU leeiH the market where it will be advertised Manager je22lni If your kidneys are inactive you will In this connection it necessary to state ventilated buildings furnish- Â¬ feel and look wretched even in the most auovc luin a tew days since ed with new tuit improved school cheerful uetv and melancholy on the took tno in anothtu partner and the firm All jicrsons wantiiitf blncksinithing Of any Dr J II McLeans jollicst oceusioutj Northwest coriter Vbnvl and or all kind nagon made r repaired 1ii Liver and Kidney Calm will sot you will henceforth be known as Cooper furniture gics sfpring wflgon plow stocked eiitlin old by Ilerndoii 100 per bottle Streets right again Fallen general land agents colters turning ploWH repaired plnwH nuide Cr 15 Swango ilazel Jrecn and iuid hoc4 mattocks and hornet Khod With the accession of Charles Fallen Call on afi Om the rell known surveyor this firm is Full Corps Competent Teachers in the best sfvleDAVIS ifazel Green Ky TYhlCR lie A heavy vote was polled in this counbetter prepared to handle red estate than ty for three of the candidates for Gov- Â¬ any similar agency irr Kentucky and ernor Tom Stamper 230 voted for RIGHARDHANKSGO cgaJIuiti011 Board and In- Â¬ those who wish to sell quick for cash IJuckner recti Lacy 218 voted for r i vtt will do well to consult them It costs AlWlSTId Uradley and Jlobt Cuiumins 220 voted cidental Expenses Keasona-able- you nothing to advertise your land for for Fox sale in their agency and if it is sold you If you suffer pricking pains on tfiox get the cash foi it hijr the eyes or cannot bear bright ljght For iurther information jall ALUE YOUNGS WINCHESTERS MAKERS and find your sight weak and failing you should promptly use Dr 1 H Me HAZEL GREEN KY vonpons Leans frtrfiigtheuing Eye Salve 25 One Hundred Deadly Mori hend fwr JIU on or address Body Guard to Arc prepared to make to order in a superior cent a box Sold by G H Swango style and on xhort notice LudiCH and lints Hazel Green Academy Go Cincinnati Enquirer Hazel Green Fine Shoe and Boots in latest styles and MOCNT Stkkuno Ky uly 11 FcYsev Repairing will receive llftjfel Green Wolf counto Ky of best material Thomas Tutt deputy sheriff of this ctal dayH among other rumors circulated in prompt attention and pricey on all work be IJarrctt rcuounblc Cull and hcc iis tounty called in our oflice last Snttirday regard to affairs at Morcherxa lias been one 1 L DunlapHJ 11 IunlnplW CUMMINS it SOX np271y and subscrilfed for The IIxiiam to be that Z T Yonng of this place formerly of 4rfff sent to James Buchanan who is now Morchcad had ordrrcd one hundred more I JfUGGLE confined in the Mt Sterling jail tinder Winchester riis to be shipped to Rowan wiTii cdunty Your correspondent eaiednt Mr WHOLESAL sentence of death Od Youngs house his evening for the purpose ranufAcltircrB attdWfroicAao lit 1E1 JOIlIlKlfH OK Person who lead a life of exno3uro of ascertaining from that man the truth or Manufticturerri of are subject to rheumatism hcumlgui and falsity of the rumor Mr Young Was absent Y6utfifft Boy nrf lumbago and will find available remedy but his wife wassecn and talked freely ex H McLeans Volcnnic Oil Lin- Â¬ pressing a deiiru to be interviewed and cor05 and 17 W1JST PKAIth STItKKT in Dr J AND DKALEIS IN CINCINNATI OHIO iment it will bnnish pain and subdue rectly reported Sho was upstair when I Sold by G B Swango called for Mr Young came to the door ininflammation SADDLERV HARDWARE TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK Hazel Green 1 1 B 1 iB ft b ls h Ik h H B Mtiin St quiring what way warftcd and apologized 72f8 and 730 Everything went merry as n mar- Â¬ for her anxiety by Haying that flhe wok In a KY riage bell Ml SlERLING KY at the election at this place drfrndlul stato of fiuspcniu in regard to her -BOB NUNNKLLV ItcprcHcnted son Allic who vran arrMtd here novernl hist Monday and notwithstanding the weeks ago for complicity If thu Logrtn boyn Vine Stwot fact that spiked blaekbury wino fta murder at Morchcad and released on 2 to b6 intide Cut thU out sold no drunken men were seen on tho 500 bfrhd to apptnr and rfhtwor any indict- W I Yd H Y mil return to mi nnd wo will J 31 RIGSTAKF President send vou free itomcthlnt of streets Neither was there a quurrol or ment ffrnt might bo found ngninnt hfm by raoiy great value ana importance to you Unit will W W THOMSON CrtfllrfeY alight tho Grand Jury of Rowan circuit court utart you In bindncim which will brinn ynu vn t homo and make moru On Tuundny Aiibiut 2nd in morn money right uway than anythlne which ATT ca iyntRCTOIift John II Pieratt loft for Louisvlllo on Hhe conununertf tho YllJLroBnfiyat Wrtrk forilH than nil cine in tht world Anyone can do tho work nit id thut alrtfio arrest of Allle fhe A Monday night last having lieun aunnmm and tier husband had been fearful and lire at home Klthrrkux allnc Home tUYM Choiin Anobkw FEflfctofc nntvUyhylliHvrMln tilh Wrtfld i ranllcT 1 for hix thing nehiIAaA iprtn m thut lint ooinn money for nil cd am witntM in tho ease of Chllder safety when ho ahould go to Morchcad Irt workcri Wo will utart yni capital not Ibt R R DAakii Hi6rANDV Ji vhnrutit with Compliance with hU loud and thut latterly needed lh In one of tlm inline inijior Tho latter v4 Mltlo wr34lr Ut anJ turiti trM JMttfcr Hot 0di IhhhIh under fnlw pro they had been making effort to urvo the taut chance of a Jlfutline Thoitc who ato obtaining Komo Ambitious Kll cntcrprlalnfwlJI notdelny nt Hit Mt Mud owl If yw urc U tou from the foi mor and was a r rented QoTcrnor ihi1 troop to Morclicud fer pro Oraml outtit no Addrww f KUK Jt Co vh will OLD IAPKRS FOR BALE 100- Kt 10 Cst twtloB Hh Utd th the purtjr wkUh AHgUtKr Mh at blMcrh intlation a few Uy elnc fHE 1 1 - IBRALD Smith P Reir Best rV- - Bsl t JiiWstfMflHE9IBHJX to flmp - rain Peed Is ill lifl t Â¬ rCuaranto Satlsfac Priced at times a m m 3j Ikfl tf - HuY -- jiel m 4i Â¬ Â¬ X State Co mil i imm J r la t iti Â¬ rm i Â¬ vm tODIS TO yiuMJ STir 4 X i FORSALE A t isisiii- i Containing 145 Acres M - Â¬ NOTIONS Cincinnati K I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fr Â¬ Old Reliable Hat Hotise Â¬ DICKINSON 00r Jl-f- - Clotiw Etc HAZEL GREEN May Fall Term Begins full Co - CINCJATT 0 1 1 - WOOL Grinding- and Sawing Â¬ Flour Meal Feed and Lumber pFor Â¬ - NOTICE d Decorated Dinner Tea and Chamber Ware Walnut Queensware Glassware Lamps m CINCINNATI Â¬ Cummins Son itiI ill lit Ringgold M GROCERS No DUNLAP BROSICOm 29Vihe Sireot ciNcfSriirAli ttltra Â¬ Â¬ mi Saddlery Harness W LOUISVILLE vv J Onrlrllnnu F Abe Mooh foetid Co c Boots and Shoes childrens Â¬ 122 Â¬ Cincinnati O uvI rj 1 if - - o -- pr K m k ri atsflk s And thoro also were somo delicacies from tho sisters hand for tho voracious appo tlto of a hungry studont Tho father swung tho heavy cradlo A Tiny Rop Saved Paul to Preaoh through tho wheat the sweat rolling from His Masters GospoL his chin bedewing every step of tho way and thon sitting down under tho chorry Ami n Frail Hark on the Nll Gave Mones ders tree at noon thinking to himself I am to Inral Whatever U Dono Tot It be An English ship stopped at Pitcairn fearfully tired but it will pay if I can Done Wisely ami Well Talmagos Sor- - Island and in tho midst of surrounding onco seo that boy through college and I if KtBR cannibalism and squalor tho passengers can know that ho will bo preaching the discovered a Christian colony of churches Gospel aftor I am dead Tho younger MAnTHAS VtNBTAnD MASS and schools and boautiful homos and childron want to know why thoy cant JIany hundreds of llrooklyn Tabernacle highest style of religion and civilization havo this and that as others do and tho pooplo and tholr friends huvo mado a pll For fifty years no missionary and no Chris- mother says Be patient my childron grimngo to thin place It Is ono point In tian influonco had landed thoro Why this until your brother grnduutcs and then an oxourslon of six days Itov T Do Witt oasis of light amid a desert of heathen- you can havo moro luxuries but wo Talmngo preached hero this morning In dom 1 Sixty years bofore a ship had mot a must seo that boy through tho great campmcoting tabernaclo disaster and ono of tho sailors unnblo The years go by and tho son has beon Dr Talmagos toxt was Through a to save any thing else went to his ordained and is preaching tho glorious window In a basket was I let down by trunk and took out a Biblo which tho wall 1L Corinthians xi 83 lie his mother had placed there and swum Gospel and a great revival comos and souls by said ashore tho Biblo hold in his teeth The Gospel scores and hundreds accept tho from thelips of that young preacher Sermons on Faul in Jail Paul on Mars book was read on all sides until tho rough and father and mother qulto old now Hill Paul in tho shipwreck Paul beforo and vicious population wcro evangelized tho Sanhedrim Paul beforo Felix aro and a church was started and an cniight aro visiting the son at tho village parsonplentiful but In my text wo havo Paul in onod commonwealth established and tho age and at tho close of a Sabbath of father a basket worlds history has no moro brilliant pago mighty blessingtho son and mother retire lighting tho way Damascus is a city of whito and gllston- - than that which tells of tho transforma- Â¬ to their room and asking them if he can do any thing to sometimes called tion of a nation by ono book It did not architecture ing tho oyo of tho East somo timos called a soem of much importanco whether tho mako them moro comfortablo saying if thoy want just tho pearl surrounded by emeralds at ono sailor continued to hold tho book iu his to knock any thing in wallnight And on tho tlmo distinguished for swords of tho best tooth or lot it fall In tho breakers but upmaterial called Damascus blades and up- on what small circumstances depended then all alone father aud mother talk over tho gracious influences holstery of richost fabric called damasks such mighty results of the day and say Well it A horseman by tho namo of Saul riding Practical inferonco Thcro aro no Insig was tho city had been thrown from nllicanco in our lives The minutest thing cate worth all wo went through to edu toward boy It was a hard pull but wo the saddle Tho horso had droppod Is part of a magnitude Infinity is mado held thattill on Tho world the work Â¬ tho a flash under from sky up of InilnitosimalH Great things an ag mny not know It but was dono wo hold tho mother Bethlehem which at tho snmo time was so gregation of small things bright it blinded tho rider for many days manger pulling on a star in the Eastern rope didnt we I And tho voice tremu- Â¬ and I think so permanently injured his sky Ono book in a drenched sailors mouth lous with joyful emotion responds Yos fathor wo held tho ropo I oyosight that this defect of vision bocaino tho ovangclization of a multitude Ono feel my work is dono Now Lord lottest tho thorn in tho llosh ho afterwards boat oi papyrus on tho Nllo freighted with in speaks of Ho started for Damascus to ovonts for all ages Tho fato of Christian thou thy scrvaut depart thy peace for mino eyes havo seen salvation butcher Christians but after that hard dom in a baskot lot down from a window Pshaw says tho father I never felt so fall from his horso ho was a changod on tho wall What you do do well If much like living in my life as now I want Mian and preached Christ in Damascus you mako a ropo mako it strong and truo to till tho city was shaken to its foundation for you know not how much may depend ho seo what that fellow is going on to do has begun so well Tho mayor gives uuthority for his arrost upon your workmanship If you fashion Something occurs to mo quito personal watormid tho popular cry is bo Kill him Kill a lot it boat him I Tho city Is surrounded by a high proof for you know not who may sail I was the youngest of a large family of wall and tho gates aro watched by tho in it If you put a Bible in tho trunk of children My parents woro neither richÂ¬ polico lost tho Cicillan preacher escape your boy as ho goes from homo lot It bo nor poor four of tho sons wanted collegMany of tho houses aro built on tho wall heard In your prayers for it may havo a iate education and four obtained it but aud their balconios projoctod clear over mission as far roaching as tho book which net without great homo struggle Wo and hovored abovo tho gardens outside It tho sailor carried in his teeth to tho Pit- Â¬ novor heard the old pooplo say onco that was customary to lower baskets out of tho cairn boach Tho plainest mans lifo is an thoy wcro denying themselves to effect balconies and pull up fruits and flowors island between two eternities eternity this but I remember now that my parents from tho gardens To this day visitors to past rippling against his shoulders eter- always looked tired I dont think thoy tho monastery at Mount Sinai aro lifted nity to como touching his brow Tho ever got rested until thoy lay down in tho Somcrvillo sit and lot down in baskets casual tho accidental that which merely uown in Ceniotory Mothor wouldsay tho evening and Dotoctivos prowled around from houso happened so aro parts of a groat plan and Well I dont know what makes mo to houso looking for Paul but his friends tho ropo that lots tho fugitive apostlo feel so tired hid him now in ono place now iu another from tho Damascus wall Is tho cable that ately to sloop Father would fall immedi soated by tho ovening stand Ho Is no coward as fifty incidents in his holds to its mooring tho ship of tho Church overcome with tho days fatiguos One of life demonstrate But ho feels his work In tho northeast storm of the centuries tho four brothers tho Gos is not dono yet and so ho ovades assassinAgain notico unrecognized and unre- pel for about fifty after preaching upon his years entered ation Is that preacher hero tho foam- Â¬ corded aorviccs Who spun tho ropo I Heavenly of tho is rost ing mob shouts at one houso door Is Who tied it to tho baskot Who steadied now on tho other Anothortho earth four a misside of that fanatio hero I tho polico shout at tho illustrious preacher as ho stepped into sionary of of us another houso door Sometimes on tho It Who rolaxod not a muscle of tho arm land In tho the cross Two and Iaro in this holy ministry street incognito ho passos through a crowd or dismissed an anxious look from his of us aro willing to acknowledge think all our obliof clenched lists and sometimes ho se- Â¬ fnco until tho baskot touched tho ground gation to tho old folks at home About I Not cretes hlmsolf on tho house top At last and discharged its magnificent cargo twonty ono years ago tho one and tho infuriated populaco got on sure track ono of their namos has como to us but twenty threo years ago tho otherabout put of him They havo posltlvo evidence that thoro was no work dono that way in Da- Â¬ down tho burdens of this life but thoy ho is in tho houso of ono of tho Christians mascus or in all tho earth compared with still hold tho rone tho balcony of whoso homo roaches ovor tho Importanco of their work What if Oh men and womon hero assembled nero ho is I Hero ho is Alio wall thoy had iu the agitation tied tho knot that you brag sometimes how you havo fought Tho vociferation and blasphomy and could slip What if tho sound of tho mob howling of tho pursuers aro at tho front at tho door had led them to say Paul your way in tho world but I think thcro door Thoy break In Fotch out that must tako caro of himself aud wo havo been helpful influences that you havo Has thoro not Oospclizcr and let us hang his head on tho will tako caro of ourselves No no Thoy never fully acknowledged city gate Whoroishof Tho omorgency hold tho ropo and In doing so did moro for boon somo influonco in your enrly or pros was terrible Providentially thoro was a tho Christian Church than any thousand cut homo that tho world can not seo Does not reach to you tho good stout basket In tho house Pauls of us will ovor accomplish But God thoro Englnud Hills or from among prai- Â¬ Now from Western t rionds fasten a ropo to tho baskot Paul knows and has mado otornal record of rie or from Southern plantation or from steps into it Tho baskot is lifted to tho tholr undertaking And thoy know How edgo of tho balcony on tho wall aud thon exultant thoy must havo felt when thoy English or Scottish or Irish homo a cord of influcnco thnt has kept you right when whllo Paul holds on to tho ropo with both road his lottors to tho Romans to tho you would havo gono astray and which hands his friends lowor away euro fully Corinthians to tho Galatiaus to tho Epho after you had mado a crooked track reto tho Phillippians to the Colos and cautiously slowly but surely further slnus I down and further down until tho baskot slatis to tho Thossaloniaus to Timothy to called you Tho rope may bo as long as thirty jears or flvo hundred miles long strikes tho earth and tho apostlo stops out Titus to Philemon to tho Hehrows and and afoot and nlono starts on that famous when thoy heard how ho walked out of or three thousand miles long but hands long that wont out of missionary tour tho story of which has prison with tho earthquako unlocking tho still hold tho ropo mortal sight very ago You want a swift Â¬ astonished earth and Hoavon Appropridoor for him and took command of tho you to rowel ate ontry in Pauls diary of travels Alexandrian corn ship when tho sailors horso andspurs need to let tho him with and reins lio Through a window in a baskot was I lot wore noarly scared to death and preached sharpest loose upon the neck and to glvo a shout to a sormon that noarly shook Folix off his tho racer If you aro going to rido out of down by tho wall I hear the mon and Observo HrBt on what a slender tonuro judgement seat Why a of your groat results hang Tho ropo makor who womon who helped him down through tho reach crossing mothors prayors six days tho Atlantic in to that lower- Â¬ window and ovor tho wall talking in ship twlstod that cord fastened cant snll nway from that A sailor finds ing baskot novor know how much would privnto ovor tho mattor and saying thorn on tho look out as ho takos his placo How glad I am that wo affoctod that ros- and finds them on tho mast as ho climbs dopoud upon tho strength of it How if it had boon brokon and tho apostlo b lifo cuo I In coming times others mny got tho tho ratlines to dlsentanglo a ropo in the had boon dashed outl What would havo glory of Pauls work but no ono shall rob tompest and finds them swinging on the bocomo of tho Christian Church 1 All that us of tho satisfaction of knowing that wo hammock when ho turns in Why not bo ningnlficont missionary work In Paraphil- Â¬ hold tho ropo acknowledge it tho most of us Onco for thirty six hours wo oxpectod frank and ia Cappadocia Qalatia Macedonia would would long ago havo boon dnshed to pieces novor havo boon accomplished All his ovory moment to go to tho bottom of tho had not gracious and loving hands stoadily writings that raako up bo indispon ocean Tho waves struck through tho sky and lovingly and mightily held tho ropo a part of lights and rushed down into the hold of sablo and enchanting But thoro must como a tlmo when wo novor the ship and hissed against tho boilers It Tostamont would tho Now shall find out who theso Dnmasconos wcro havo boon wrltton Tho Btory of rosu rroc was an awful tlmo but by tho blessing of tlon would novor havo boon bo gloriously Uod and tho faithfulness of tho mon in who lowered Paul In tho basket and greet to told as ho told it That oxamplo of horolo chnrgo wo camo out of tho cyclono and them and all thoso who havo rendered unGod and thoworld unrecognized and and triumphant onduranco at PKIlippi in wo arrived at homo Each ono boforo tho Mediterranean Euroclydon under leaving tho ship thanked Captain An recorded sorvlcos That Is going to bo ilagollatlon and at his beheading would drows I do not think thoro was a man or ono of tho glad excitements of Hcaventhe of not havo kindlod the courago of ton thou woman that wont off that ship without hunting up and picking out got thoso who no credit ropo holding thanking Captain Andrews and when did great good on earth and But that sand martyrdoms for it Hero tho Church has been going that baskot how much doponded on itl So years aftor I heard of his death I was world again and again groat results havo hung impollcd to writo a lottor of condolonco to on nineteen conturios and yot tho of tho family In Liverpool Every body rocog has not rocoguizod tho sorvlcos his ou what soomed slondor elrcumstancos pooplo in that Damascus balcony Chnrles Did ovor ship of many thousand tons nlzod tho goodnoss tho courago tho kind crossing tho sea havo such Importaut pas noss of Captain Androws but it ocours to G Finnoy snld to n dying Christian Glvo my lovo to St Paul when you moot songor as had onco a boat of loavos from mo now that wo novor thankod tho on When you and I moot him as wo him taff rail to stern only throe or four foot tho ginoor Ho stood away down in tho dark Â¬ hissing furnaces doing his will I shall aslc him to introduce mo toÂ¬ vessel mado watorproof by a coat of bitu- ness amid the men and floating on tho Nllo with tho in- Â¬ whole duty No body thankod tho on thoso people who got him out of tho Dam fant law glvor of tho Jows on boardl ginoor but God rocoguizod his heroism ascene peril Wo go into long sormons to provo that What if Bomo crooodllo should crunch itl and his contluunnco and his fidelity and What if somo of tho cattlo wadlug iu for thoro will bo just as high roward for tho wo will bo able to recogalzo pcoplo in a drink should sink itl iVossols of war engineer who workod out of sight as for Hoavon when there Is ouo roaHon wo fail somo timos carry forty guns looking tho captain who stood on tho bridgo of tho to present and that Is hotter than nil God through the port holos roady to open bat Â¬ ship In tho midst of tho howling tempest will introduce us Wo shall havo thorn all Thoro aro said to bo about sixty nine pointed out You would not bo guilty of tle But that tiny craft on tho Nile booius to bo armed with all tho guns of thundor thousand ministers of religion in this the impoliteness of having friends In your that bombardod Blnul at tho law giving country About fifty thousand I warrant parlor not Introduced aud celestial polite On how fragile oraft Balled how much of camo from oarly homes which had to ness will demand that wo bo mado ac historical importance I strugglo for tho necessaries of lifo Tho quainted with all tho Heavenly household The parsonago at Kpworth Englund is sons of rich bankers and morohants gen What rehearsal of old time and recital of on lire in tho night and tho fathor rtishod erally bocomo bankers and merchants stirring reminiscence I If others fall through tho hallway for tho roscuo of his Tho most of those who bocomo ministers to glvo Introduction Uod will take our through boforo aud children Savon children aro out and safe aro tho aonaof those who had torrlllo strug us ou the srouud but ono remain in tho rIo to Hot tholr ovory day broad Tho tint twenty four hours In Heaven HHuming building Tnat one wakes collegiate and theological education of If It woro calculated by earthly tlmu and flmllHg hU bod ou Are and the that aou took ovory luxury front the ploios havo painted wo ahull meet and UulMiHf orumbllHg copies to the window parental table for eight yearn The other talk with more heavenly celebrities than nad twe paaaaat wake a adder of their children were more scantily appareled in our entire mortal atW wo met with Many who mudo UdWM paasaat tauttlHtf ou the The aiH at college every little while got a earthly celubrltlo will lt ou the ftltpMW f the eUier and down taa bundle from heme la It wove the socks great noUe of usofulnat fcay iWnoamls JHh that mother had knit altlliiK up late at last soul by the front door of the heavenly tutHtaa- la4tUr ttt Vfty If yt www kuow Uow utuek wight War ltfhl m u tfagtl us ouva U w I wuala wklU rltfkl uu wlVWw am reach Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I - SMALL THINGS deponded on that ladder of peasants nsk tho million of Methodists on both sides of the sea Ask tholr mission stations all around tho world Ask their hundrods of thousands already ascended to join their founder who would havo perished but for tho living stairs of poasanta shoul- Â¬ f IV L Damascus a houso on tho wall A man 000 representing tho entire support who preached Christ was hounded from of more than two hundred women street to street and I hid him from tho as- missionaries two hundred native Bi Â¬ sassins and whon I found them breaking ble readers and more than one hun Â¬ in my houso and I could no longer keep dred and lifty schools Public Opin- Â¬ him safely I advised him to flee for his ion life and a basket was letdown over tho The teacher was drilling her pu Â¬ wall with tho maltreatod man iu it aud I was ono who helped hold the ropo And pils in the abbreviations which are in Is that all I said And ho answered the back part of the spelling book And whllo I was lost in Each abbreviation was written on tho That is all amazement I heard a strong voice blackboard and the urchins shouted that sounded as though it might its meaning P S chalked tho onco havo been hoarse from many school maam confi Â¬ Pork steak exposures and triumphant as though it to ono of the mar- Â¬ dently asserted the smart boy and al- Â¬ might have belonged tyrs and it said Not mauy mighty not most any butcher s pass book will many noblo aro called but God hath prove that he was right Acw Bed Â¬ chosen tho weak things of the world to ford Mercury confound tho things which aro mighty The H Trigonometry classes of and baso things of tho world and things the Cleveland high schools gava them Â¬ which aro despised hath God chosen yea selves a picnic and rustic dinner the not to aro which and things They had a cheinico to things bring naught which other day arc that no flesh should glory In His pres- mathcmatical menu which was a won Â¬ ence And I looked to see from whence derful combination of chemical mathe Â¬ tho voico camo and lol it was tho very matical and Latin terms Ice cream ono who had said Through a window in Wiii put down as vocifcro and when a baskot was I lot down by tho wall it is explained that vocifcro may bo Â¬ Â¬ for the last three year The Central Presbyterian Church of St Paul Minn has mado tho mug nllicont contribution of nearly 13000 to foreign missions Miss Ctithorino L Wolfo left 1 000000 towards a G000000 cathedral in New York to bo called the Cathe Â¬ dral of St John tho Divine Fiftv ono voting men aio said to have applied for admission to Prince Â¬ Thcro aro ton Sominnry next fall 1J39 boys in Girard College tho Con largest number ever reported yrcqutionalisl Mrs Hopkins has endowed a chair of mental and moral philosophy at Mills College California in honor of Mark Hopkins the venerable of Williams College Tho endow Â¬ ment fund is if50000 During the last year there has been a net gain of JW members in tho churches of tho Irish Wesley an Con Â¬ ference During tho year 412 members died 48S emigrated and 811 ceased to be members by not attending tho weekly class meetings It is stated that the money given their arrival by the women of the Presbyterian But who art thou tho mighty ono of Heaven on this other throno i Iu time of Church in the United StatC3 during tho bitter persecution I owned a houso in past sixteen years foots up to 2150- Â¬ of tho heavenly throno will bo many wh though they could not preach thomsolvos or do great exploits for Uod novortholoss held tho ropo Come let us go right up and accost thoso on this circle of heavenly thrones Surely thoy must have killed in battlo a million men Surely they must have beon buried with all tho cathedrals sounding a dirge and all tho cities tolling tho national grief Who art thou mighty ono of Heavou I lived by choico tho unmarried daughter in a humble homo that I might tako caro of my parents in their old ago and 1 en Â¬ dured without complaints all thoir querul ousness and admimstorod to all their wants for twonty years Let us pass on round the circlo of thrones Who art thou mighty ono of Heaven I was for thirty years a Christian invalid and suffered all tho while occasionally writing a noto of sympathy for thoso worsooff than I and was general confidant of all those who had trouble and once in a while I wa3 strong enough to mako a garmont for that poor family iu tho back lano Pass on to anothor throne Who art thou mighty ono of I was tho mother who raised a Heaven whole family of children for God and they aro out in tho world Christian merchants Christian mechanics Christian wives and I havo had full roward of all my toll I Lot us pass on In tho circlo of thrones had a Sabbath school class and they wcro always on my heart and thoy all entered tho kingdom of God and 1 am waiting SCHOOL AND CHURCH The average ffxponso of tho senior oliiss of YaIo UniviMdity hns been 922 A HAZARDOUS BUSINESS in a Broker translated 1 scream the hilarious b v if i At 84 i tion to increase his incomo by stock gambling as it is called speculating on his own account Such ventures are of courso very hazardous and on all accounts Bhould bo shunned A broker requires great strength of character to rosist tho temptation to get wealthy by falso methods and a boy should think long and well before ho adopts tho calling For tho brokers business is at best unstable Tho work is dono quickly in tho midst of great excitement aud of high pressure as we say As monoy comos quickly and oasily to tho brokor it is not so highly prized as if it were oarncd by the toil which produces a visiblo result and it usually goes as easily as it comes Brokers of courso defend their own occu cupatlon They will tell you that their services as agents in securing stocks and bonds aro noeded but they will not dony thnt stock brokerago would ceasa to bo a prolitablo business except to a very few firms if pooplo wcro to stop spaculating in Of course there are many securities men In this business who havo risen to wealth and to eminence as linanciors who would scorn to do a moan or dishonorable act All honor to such mon bocauso they must often havo beon sorely tempted to do wrong I would uot bo unjust to this large class of men so ninny of whom havo personal trails which wo aro bound to admire Thoy are opon handod with tholr moans Thoir word to ono another is as good as a bond In fact a largo proportion of the business transacted upon tho oxchango is dono without written contract and dopends solely upon tho good faith of the members concerned Their promptness to respond on public appeals for aid or sympathy is proverbial Yot all this should havo no Influcnco upon a boy who is deciding whothor or no ho shall bo a brokor- Â¬ Â¬ The deacons of tho Congregational From tho start tho boy entoring a Church at Upper Clapton England brokers ofllco will bo intrusted with largo thirty four years ago took out a sums of money to carry to tho bank or to policy of i000 upon the life of their customers Ho may bo in an ofllco whoro pastor making it payable to his fami Â¬ bank bills and shining gold aro within his ly The church assumed the respon- Â¬ reach all tho time and ho will bo so comsibility of the annual premiums and pleteabsorbed in tho subject of stocks bonds and money that It will bo some- Â¬ upon the ministers death recently what strango if he docs not soon begin to 7000 was paid over to his family by look at the getting of monoy as tho most this arrangement besides nearly 1000 important business of life And when ho is a littlo older and bocomes clerk or received in casli bonuses by him during his life time N Y Witness cashier ho will bo exposed to tho temptaÂ¬ Somo of the Temptation character of the joke will be apparent Hi m -- ft MEDIEVAL SCULPTURE An IlitoroKtltiR Spoclniun of Mm Art Dll covercd In an Old KnglUh Church An interesting antiquarian discovery has just been made in Detling Church Kent Eng In the course of taking down the outer wall of a lean to on tho north side for the purpose of widening the aisle it was necessary to remove a stone which seemed to bo nothing more than a doorstep at the bottom of a small early English door that had been inserted into the wall and subse Â¬ quently closed up with Hints This stone proved to be a slab of Uethcrs den marble and had evidently been the upper portion of a coilin lid meas Â¬ uring two feet four inches and a half where it was broken off It was per Â¬ fectly llat on the top as it lay but on being lifted up disclosed on the under surface a half length figure of a priest in bold relief with tho hands joined as in prayer the wholo contour of tho face and head being well preserved and the features beautifully sharp Unfortunately from tho contact with the damp earth in which it was em Â¬ bedded the right shoulder had scaled away and the head though ontirehad from the same causo become detached from tho flat stone No letters or marks can be traced round tho head nor has the lower part of the figure been found It has probably been ig norantly or wantonly utilized as this was for the paving of some portion of George J Jauim in HL Nicholas the floor and so will be past recovery In RSitla rice This choice representation of mediuwal One Is struck by the multitudes of pigeons In and about Moscow Thoy are held sculpture clearly belongs to tho twelfth iV Y Post centurv In groat rovcronco by tho common people Â¬ - and no Russian will harm them Indeod thoy aro as sacrod horo as monkeys in Benares or doves In Venice bolng cousld erod omblems of the Holy Ghost and under protection ol the church They whoel about in large blue flocks through the air so dcuso as to cast shadows Ilka swift moving clouds between tho sun and tho earth allghtliur fearlossly whore they olioone to slmro tho beggars orumbi or the bounty of tho affluent It Is a uotablo fuct that this domestic bird was aso con sidered sacred by tho old Scandinavian who believed tlut for a certain period aftor death the ioul of the deceased under such form was umutomod to coin a to eat and drink with at well as to watch Dut VarU tho behavior of tho mourners Â¬ His Disinterested Lovo Well old man So man Flrsd No How did you like itP said a traveling youve beon to Europe rnte Nothing particular only Im Any adventures engaged Ye Kugaged fry J X ttafbii mi m 0m paons Aou Conioirncm Is tttu voice of the soul an tug voice of tug body V the HmvN her father llxed Very well Indeed Iu fact lies what youM call a rluh man Tim however was no eonnlderatlnn with iius 1 loved Inn for loielf alone Shes a native of Englund To a foreign lady Idling Cerlulnly 1 wgrUi muumtiiiitl Fur hoc Muxhiwl 7VvWri Mtjf l HP I -- M - 11 w tf wnMiani i SjV1 I iW it a- -i- V - a-j- tl v t r I TV I ib I K HOME FARM AND GARDEN A Pleasure Miaril by Woman Only Ifalkcrbo tho gifted French author de It is said that the milk of cows clared that of all thinys t lint man potiscsscis being that arc salted regularly churns much women alone tako pleasure in true pos Â¬ sessed Thin seems generally in 010 easily than tho milk of cows not sweeter sex Like tho ivy plant sho of tho longs salted for an object to ding to and love to look to for protection her Among old gardeners thoro is a ought Hhe not This being that prerogative to bo tola Ir Pierces great unanimity of opinion that hen Favorito Prescription is tho physical Balva Uon of her sex It banishes thoso distressÂ¬ manure is tho very best fertilizer for ing maladies that make hor life a burden squashes curing all juinful irregularities utcrino db A writer in tho Quarterly Jleviao orders inflammation and ulceration pro-Â¬ notes tho decreasing or stationary lapsus and kindred weaknesses As a ner- Â¬ vine it cures nervouB exhaustion prostraacreage in spite of increasing popula- Â¬ tion debility relieves mental anxiety and hy tion in all the chief wheat exporting poehoudriu and promotes refreshing Bleep countries except India I am sitting by tho style Jennie ho Turpcntino coal oil and vinegar murmurcdu softly as ho slid Into tho pew equal parts well shaken together and ami snt down right noxt to hi wifes rubbed on tho eggs of the hot fly on brund new bonnet Merchant Traitler horses legs will wo are told utterly What Drug Will Scour Thexo English kill them after about three applica- Â¬ Iteneo Wicked Macbeth who murdered good tions King Dnnean asked to his A French paper says that petro- Â¬ despair Thousands ofthis questiondisease victims of leum destroys all insects and banishes are daily asking What will scour tho im- Â¬ purities froinmy blood and bring mohenUh rats and mice and that water slightly Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery will impregnated with petroleum applied to doit When tho purplo life tide is sluggish plants infected with iusects will de- Â¬ causing drowsiness ltcadacho and loss of ppctitc use this wonderrul vitalizor which stroy them never fails It forces tho liver into perfect Foam Sauce Miv one cup of sugar action drives out superfluous bilo brings the cheek and tho with one tablcspoouful of Hour add uralglow of health to tho All druggists natsparkle to the eyo one half cup of butter then three gills How to gain lloh buy out a butcher- of water or milk and water boiling shop Cincinnati 2clcyram hot pinch of salt flavoring and a well beaten egg Christian Onion I5o Certain Damson Cheese Put damsons in That your internal is badly disturbed if you a covered jar stand in saucepan of riho with furred touguo and an ill tasto in Tho stomach mouth in boiling water for several hours beat j yourtho liver nrotho morningblamo for theso uml usually to through a colander till only stones and abnormal indicitii ns A prompt cheek to skins arc loft one half pound sugar to tho infant evil should be given with If os tet one of liquid simmer half an hour put ters Stomach lntters Morning languor a sensation of weariness and yawning with Â¬ up in small jars or shapes Invalids out apparent cause a wan haggardlook theso and bilious usually like tho acid of this preserve causesaro symptoms of dyspeptic tho Bitters to tho removal of which and as it turns out so well it looks a is fully adequate pretty dish Exchange No called a Six rules to be written out plainly playermav ranhobocan pitch agooJ basc brU ball that will until and hung up in tho kitchen Never let curve the umpire Xeicuiau Independent hard soap lie soaking in duhpans or scrubbing buckets see that matches Tun Fisii Bun vigorously about this time bite nor bito fresh or spent do not lie about re Â¬ and nowhero do liner llshnumerous trout more eagerly than tho member to close the damper when the ami grayling streamsinand crystal lakes of lire is kindled do not let clothes Hap Northern Michigan Mackinac Island is in the to pieces on tho clothes line see that disc verv conter of tho sportsmans para tfcar it aro the finest fishing grounds the line closely follows the clothes to or Lake Huron uml hard by are tho famous tho house and leave closets and draw Â¬ yet lutlo known Los Llieneaux Islands ers in just a little better order than whoreformonster musknllongo tomeander Wni J Send detailed information they wcro found when searching for Beinwcrth Agent M C Toledo O any article Saijkatu ekeakkks tho waves at NewThose who are fond of the cucum Â¬ portI ber that too common eauo of colicky No intelligent man or woman would Â¬ and diarrheal attacks should remem touch or taste wine beer whisky or brandy ber that in the raw state it is not a etc after they read the recent nstounding suitable ingredient of a heavy meal as disclosures oi science on tho poisonous ef-Â¬ fects of alcohol ns given in the July number tho quantity til woody liber in it adds of Demorests Monthly Magazine Price 20 Address W to the burden of the stomach already cents Sold everywhere Jennings Dcinorcst 11 East 14th Bt N Y with all it can digest loaded If eaten at all it should be at lunch then if Who ever saw a stuttering woman J Chicago Jutcr Ocean salt pepper and vinegar are freely used to stimulate tho secretion of the Co gastric jnieo the cucumber occasions It I W Tansill cigarsCWcago for sixteen years havo retailed Good Housekeeping less disturbance audi consider your Tansills Punch tho best it cigar I ever saw A report on a series of experi Â¬ John W Aitken Druggist Carbondale Pa ments with different fertilizers on po- Â¬ tatoes conducted last year at the ag- Â¬ CKe good drink of Jersey lightning will ricultural station of Kentucky con- Â¬ make a man feel like thunder IAje tains the following conclusions 1 The Women Admiration win who uso Glenns application of stable manure injured Sulphur Soap to improve tlio skin the quality of the tubers 2 The ap- Â¬ Hills Hair and Whisker Dye 50c The best plication of nitrate of soda is injurious A nACHKLon discovering his clothes lull to tho quality of the potato 3 The of holes exclaimed Moud I cant inference based upon on trial is that Oxtoen Cutu Throat lung nervous dis- Â¬ the result in the quality of the potato is eases Book free DrGoppcrtUluciiinatlO m the same whether sulphate or muriate of potash is employed at least in com- - i Guntowdek Is a prlmo ncc3S3lty lu mod- Â¬ bination with nitrate of soda and ern warfare Â¬ Â¬ i Si For a woman to say she does not use Procter Gambles Lenox Soap is to admit she is behind the times Nobody uses ordinary soap now they can get Lenox -- RAD WAY Tk steit liver vA Mmxk For the cure of all die orders of the Bkwaach LlTet Bowels Kldaeys Bladder Nerrous lloa Lot of Appetite Headache Constipation CostWeueea lndiaettlon lllllotune Fever Inflammation of the fiownl lMlee and all derangement of the la tomal Viscera Purely vegetable coatalnlag a mercury minerals or deleterious drugs ways Pills every momlnr about ten oclock aa t flltiuer pill lly so doing hmif 0 0 vV nH j m i 9 PERFECT DIGESTION WliiMWSSW TSP rf i MBMk K julsT tP SSpfvi rfT jJSjlSJSSfc SICK HEADACHE nysncpsla Foul Storunch lllllounvs will be aroldtHl as the food that is eaten contributes iu nourUhlnu properties for tho support of the natural wapto of tlio body tV Olncrvo tho following symptom resulting from Ilsoaeof the Dlfreetlvv Organs Conntlpatlon Inward riles Kulmona of tbo Wood in the Head Acidity of the 8touincbNaucaHeartburn UI2Ut of Food HullneM or Welaht In tho Htonmcl Hour KructatloiiK Hlnklm or iiutteriir or tno ucart icjonnntlons when In alyln Cboklnff or posture Dlmnesa of liion not or Webs Dororoina Blnht Fever and Dull 1iiln In tho Head Doilclunoy of rursplrntlon Yellownosa of thu HKIu ami Vjee Inlti In the Hide Cheat llmb and Buddcn Flushes of Heat uurnltii In tho HleMi A fow dosos of KAiniAYN PIT1R will t re tbo systom of all thu ubovo named disorder lrice xa ete per box Bold by all drucctnts Bend n letter stamp to JK HADWAY A CO No a Warren atreqt Now YorK riT Infor-Â¬ mation worth thousands will bo sent to you TO TUB rUUlIC llQ suro and ask for HAD WAYHnud seo thnt tbo UAmo 11ADWAY is oa what you buy Tbls ronresenU a heattnr life Thiouehout Ito Tarloos scenes jtm eneti a are a tner nnior Wbo uo tbo Hmliha llllo fjenf pnrlrV tho by acting Rmfthfl Tho directly andBILE BEANS tbo JLlvor blood and Kid punol orlclnal Photoffrapti promptly on Skin ilto of neyn XIi cy couut of a vesctablo couiblnatlon that ont on receiptthis jilctnro of XOc la ha no cqnal in medical aclciice ThoycuroConhtlpa BLumti Ailrtroii llon IT7nlarla and Djapcpxla and aro a safceuard tlllA MEAN Mo nRaliiKt nil formn or fever chill and fever call ntoncn St Laali nnd iirlchta dlseauc Send 4 cunta uontairo fof a Man- iplo packacoaud tent tho TIttJTSI or hat wo Hay lrlco 2S conta per bottle moiled to any uddreaa pobtpuld BOSK ONK ItliJLN Mold by drugclata JT 3D JSSCXU73EX db CO lliOWUETOJlS S XiOIJZS Jh 3UCO COCKLES ANTI BILIOUS C1IAB X Q3 SKAMIKSS Tho Khue In tlio world perfect fit uml THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY Finest CalfunKirs Ilutton warranto te Kor llrcr Illo Itulltroftlon etc Krefifromilercuryi aim iacc an ftyirs ioe ak U Am coutalua only PILLS Jlcciit W L DOUGLAS 3only SHOE ran luro CUlTTiNTON NEW YOltli VfRctalilo Incrcdlantt ftyiMi ami PIboo Itomody for Cfttnrrh Is tho Beat Easiest to Uso tiud Cheapest diinuilc tlioae cofttltic V or w i immwiam Kafio SIIOK excels ine jj hiiock ndver- iiMHi oy otiier unus sr zprj CwL06iSRSS2p1 m er - jls n 0 rw yrw T -jl 3Z fj ia r MK--- LIVE STOCK -- si j KV w 1 hrmLi ui A mrmwm m wa r mttxm imrrjmwi 31 CUTS Wo will furnish duplicatea Of XjX u xijaawf OTJWtM or any othor Cut shown in ucy Dpoc ltnen Book ntorbolow Quotoi prlcca for eamo A V33 OTOCK Co MmWMl it K COc Sold by drnKKif t or Bnt by tnalL E T Jlnsoltino Warron Va LJ4 V L postil to Tloyi nil wear the W If Tour dealer tlofi nut RIVFREBF iitnnd ORASN8GES Gaoran IOUitAS Itrockton Alacc JV3ARLIN REPEATING I DOIJOIASWJ SIItlK le t tliciu fctul your iriuuiou lUSMi Vll fKn tat rn tf Mi EtMl HIellogg Newspaper 1 Elcctrotypers and Btereofjpurs 7 179 ElmlSlrcot WMt ClrariKO row price In tho innrkot Inn piiyn lur better tlian farniuii No snow No leu hlncliot of ruin fell ntul jet Nosleet In lswionly lpply of witter fur lrrlKtlii wo Imvo nliiiniUnt Send A few excellent liearinu Kroveo now ti r me fordoTitlvollit TIiok llnkowell H fcnr Hunk- Â¬ er V llrokors lit ItcM Khtato ltlveraldc Cnllfurnla RIFLE CIXCIXVVTI uuttinK iiuouv a CO Cincinnati Carel In MfilRlltSI HfnrnlitiiM lruliUpity till cureTO HB iliiys jnii 0 B Kl Stepheim Iottunoii O r iT WUPBHH b teed uerfectly ao vhiadnMifv curavo and absolutelv MaUc nit or smallIn all olios for larpo cTine BEST IN THE WOnLD nr return mall Full Ilescrlrttlon Alonitya Ny Tailor Systom of Drew a J for koMUtr and widows of tho All PENSIOfIS ex lean War nnd Rebellion Ccl- KliuM ofOovernment ClaluiK leeted Clrculnrof liiwimeiit tree Kitzokiialu ft 1OWLLL Gullery Hunting- - uml Tureet TMOca bend fur Illustrated Cstulorue Qlurllu llrc Arms Co New lluvcii Couu ISAIiliARB Pi tUJ EDUCATIONAL MIAMI COJlJIKnCIAIiCOLUOK naytonOhlo nnd lnoxpouslvo No vacation Klns US Claim Co lectors Iinlluimpollr Ind li rtt TrtatUt not Frt Dr Itr Unifm Suutttm V7 B Hair Cincinnati 0 and MT A Y VIZ riCtt can he rttt fd otily by FRAZER AXLE GREASE Ilpt ticpt JOMMIKof liAVChlfBiiiFallTcnnbo 11 ii For circular add lloolli Chltagu TO S8 A nut tiiiilprSamples worth SI B0 DAY 1HKI llnrii the lmr Nfect Writo lltanTLUSAHTY UFIN UOLIIKIltO HullltL WIIKN tjr Co In tlio World nt ChlcBf N Y Made only liy the Krarrr Iulirlcn HI Ioul Sold cvtrutrhtrt t pnprr A N K 1143 WIIITINO T AUVKKTlHFItH ILUAHU tute tltnt you m wr tbo AUertlenitnt lu tbia K THE LETTLE i OKLIGI1TJL2L Km A LIER PILLS BEWARE OF IMITATIONS Always ask for Dr Pierces Pellets or Llttlo Sugar coated Granules or Pills IIEING ENTIRELY VEGETABLE Dr Plercos Pellola operate without dlatttrbaiico to tlio ByBtotn Put up in plass vials hormctlcnlly aonlcd Xlxvnym frosU mid rollnblo Aa a LAXATIVE ALTERATIVE or PURGATIVE tlioao little Pellets give tlto movt perfect antlafactlon Vtt Till II k tmit Van nt Hfimlsi 77Vtiii fVktftif Rnil Q I iWHnWaf writes I was troubled witli oolls for UUILU B fltfftv Vira lfU Viliv vnra niA 1 who an lll I them tliat I could not walk I boimht two bottles lilinPn B mjllUUt WmmWmmmWmmmmanmMJmmmmmmmWmmmmmmWWnmmMmmWm of Dr VUrona lMfHiHiint lillfn ntiil tnnlr ineiil till Pellet milotii Ilcndaclic Dlzziucaa Con that time I one no boils after iiieli hud none nil were irono Ilv hud havo diet or occupation Wi T HEADACHE Tm-t-ntlv- 13 superpliophates EXCELLENT PENMEN The Handwriting ot American Iocti Dis Â¬ cussed by mi Expert The old idea tliat nearly all great Ir afflicted with Sore Eyos uso Dr Isnno Thompsons EyoWatcrDruugists soil it 25c A roruLAit variety of four m hand all nccs When every thing clso fails Dr Sages m i Catarrh Remedy cures literary geniuses WV f r PA p d J especially poets hands has been exploded wrote poor said an expert penman thoroughly He meditated a few minutes and pro Â¬ To illus- Â¬ ceeded in the same strain trate Edgar Allan Poo wrote a fine hand It was rather small but legible a print He neverscrawlcd however fast he wrote His life was checkered enough to upset his nerves but through it all he wrote a fair smooth round hand Kichard Henry Stoddard tho white haired poet perhaps wrote the most beautiful hand of any of the American poets up to several years ago It was somewhat like tho Spencerian sj stem of to day Tho letters were well formed and even and properly shaded Even now well advanced in years ho writes a fine copy hand as easy to read as print Some of his best poems aro written in a hand of such neatness and legibility as would put Mr tho type writer to tho blush Stoddard handles a pen with wonder- Â¬ ful celerity yet William Cullen liry ant also wrote a good hand It was not as beautiful even asMr Stoddards but as fair and legible as tho most hy Â¬ percritical could desire Mr Uryants handwriting has been much di cucd Ho wroto a better hand than Poe though tho latter was better at certain times than at otherJohn G Whittier is master of a line It plain hand that tho printers hies is as simple small and unassuming as John he is and can bo read easily Hmvard Payne nuthor of Homo - doses of Tnn pitcher who sasscs tho umpiro too often gets broke ut last BnoNcniTis Is cured by frequent small stomach nnd bowels nnd permanently cured by tbo use of Dr 1icrcos lletiKint riirgiitlve Pcllcta In cx plnnation of the remedial power of theso 1olleta over go crrent a vnriety of discuses It may truthfully bo said that their action upon tho system is universal not n gland or tlsstio escaping ttiolr enuativo Influence Bold by druggists for 25 cents a vinl Mnnufitcturcd nt tho Chem lcnl Liibonitory of Woklus Diai ensjUiy Medical Association Buffalo N Y Mtlpntlou KiidlcoNtlon ISIIIoum of tlio Attacks and nil UenuiKcuieiits relieved nro promptly and havo since I also been troubled with sick headache When I feel It coming on 1 toko ouo or two IcllcuV and am rellovod of tho headache1 W IlnowN of Wapahoneta Ohio Your Pleasant Punjutlvo Pellets aro without question best ratbartlo ever I Cathartic sold They tiro alsotho most cfllclcnt remedy a torpor of tho liver Wo havo used thorn for for ycurs In our family and kocn thorn la tho houso all tho time The Best Mrs soys C -- i Puos Curo 1c CoifunipMon satisfied when ho got It Tnr beggar who asked for a crust wasnt crust of tho earth for a pointor Ho wanted tho mmiwM mnHil Ptfcv I ia - mm il fi n C JJ V asssssssl ttsssssssm III M Ml Isssl A sCHOOLMASTUit although porhaps by no means a lovor of dogs has ulways uso I 1000 pounds of Ico A cool thousand The difference between n thiof and an operator lies in tho magnitudo of tho steal Two hots who can not ngrco the police- Â¬ mans Billy and tho cracksmans Jimmy Jioston Bulletin i vj Tun toper has his llttlo high and tho la- Â¬ borer has his hlro but It is tho elevator boy who gets tho hoist Merchant Traitler Fining pcoplo for evading payment ot railway faros Is ouo process for extracting sugar Firemans from boats tho Standard Womans sphero a ball of worsted A past man Is very slow whon it comes Fort Worth Tex to paying his do bt m btarrh Remedy FOR A CASE OF CATARRH WHICH THEY CAN NOT CURE 7MPT0M5 OF CATARRH Dull henvr hendncho obstruction of tho nasal paxnurcs dim charge fallinfr from tho head Into tho throat sometimes proÂ¬ fuse watery nnd acrid at others thick tenacious mucous purulent bloody and putrid tho eyes Rro weak watery anil Inllnnicd thoro Is rltiKlnp in tho ears denfnewt hnckfntr or eoiihlni to dear tho throat expectoration of odcnslvo matter toiruther with scuba from ulcers tho voice la clmusred and haa n nasal twang tho breath is offeriRlvo smell and umto are Im Â¬ paired them Li n sensation of dizziness with mental depression n Imokliijr coimh and keneral debility However only a few of tho above nnmed ymiitoms are likely to Ikj prcHont in nny ono Thousands of ratsea Minuully without r vunirttJiig linlf of rso abovo symptoms tho result In cnniimptlnn and cud In tho crave No diaeaso la mo common more deceptive itnd tlanerous li untlurstotxl or mora iiiifliicciHfully tnatvd by physicians liy its mlli aoothhifcr and healing properties Untold bow Mail BiBAKiNO of from Catarrh with you always Mv first purchase Is my last said a cobbler who was just starting la business butter tho poor yo havo Prof W IlACPNtrt the famous mestnep of Ithaca N T writes 8omo ten years ago I suffered untold agony from chronic nasal catarrh My family physi- Â¬ cian gavo mo up as Incurable and said I 1st -- that every day towards sunset my voice would becomo so hoarse I could barely speak alove a whisper In tho morning my cough- Â¬ ing and clearing of my throat would almost strangle me Dy th uno of Dr Bagos Catarrh llcmedy In three months I was a well man and the cure has been permanent TnoMAB J TtosniKO Esq mt Pine Strut St Louis Mo writes I was a groat suf- Â¬ ferer from catarrh for three years At Hawkins and times I could hardly breathe and was con Â¬ stantly hawking and spitting and for tbj last eight months could not breathe through Spittino the nostrils I thought nothing could be dono for ins Ttiekllv I wm uUUust n Itrmedy r t kZ floveSatfOs Catarrh nnlv sure and 1 am now a wall mau rmnMlv tnr catarrh nnw numufaa it to Ijo the tured and ono has only to give It a fair trlai to uptrltwi artouudlng rwulta and a permanent eure XfJ HniWIM RuHuaal 1 n AJuaaL V must die Mv ease was such a imrt nnm V Ltdyer The dumb wultor novorgots a tin It Is well to got ut tho bottom facts even whon they aro at tho big ond of a Volcano Atlanta Conttttutloru gohstantly Bv r Sweet Home could well have passed for an iiiHtmctor in penmanship lU It wiut handwriting win ho admirable somewhat ton vimtll if any thing hut the lettturx were formed with tnrt ling ucmmiuy M i Mud uml A nil Erenr dog vaii Imfo his day timos and ofcry cat van hufo hor night out YooH dor same llko a kitchen machinist GurJ JrtUeL What l thu dlfforcnco botwoon the man who outs off hl dohq and u bey who but Just flnUhvd hl tusk I hie lumen his notw ami tho other knows tils Ustous DR KANES OATARItll REMEDY CUB MB Tini WORIT OASBS OV Ctlirrli MOLD Cflli In thi Hni dryzi ui CitifThl tuiitU Me tonus tHC tiTiilN Wm9 vVMlVff JtY JMUGQI8TH JBVKMYWnXMM 2e7ucom so ojurarn ZJTkjtmXmr xt 4 was she M la r IrMl lfs Posarat UviUiiifktwkJiMiuri uJl are years oW very Usflv I aaw nwrnmrnt a 4Hrra fer kw uiTtnsaas sm4 bU m VA k T - i o i - i -- j 4 V ifimiJBmasj sBrtSKa wmmm F n - T III II 1 t Jf- - V 7I5F Sff sSIBP r--- se TROOPS CALLED FOR ass ExGhangt l V i ft vl 1K m kBes UI 4 Wl Mr nisr K fcc i -- fc- ite If Town Marshal I fcuad tke detail usdr JChe Acting JngQ e Rowan OoHHty Asks the command of one of their number who b a Democrat This party assumes Tor the Militia RUVUjiMjEp tYitPirtcCR cqoptrt Special Dispsth to the Commercial to represent tho purposes of tho conven- Â¬ Lexington Ky July 29 Tho state tion of the 29th of June It Is evident SMlisorifptldn n Yfftt ment telegraphed tho Aueociatcd Prees that its members aro not controlled by AMU- AH AUTiiBCBi AHft JBH1V from hero last night to tho effect tbaf Gen political bigs and it is evident that they Castlcman and Adjutant Williams had wish to act in good faith From their TIWE TAHJUIE reported adversely on sending troops to number withdrawals have occurred be- Â¬ vKiniKOky md South Atlantic Railway Powan county proved to be incorrect causo of alleged threats from outsiders StauilwrdtMpoS minutes slower than ML Uov Knott ancj Major McKee havo Many of them confident of their power Sterling time No 1 leaven ML Stealing at 7 a arrives just arrived in thia city and in a short assert their ability to maintain the peace at Rothwell at 80 a m interview tho Governor said that no offif and order of tho town Some of their jKo 2 leaven Roth well at 9 a h arrivju at cial recommendation had been mado by advisors restored to temporary advanMt Sterling at 1050 a m iTof 5 Jeavca Mt Sterling at 140 p M ar the two gentlemen named in regard to tage are sanguine of their power But rives at JLothwell at 820 r M Si45 P M arrives tho sending of troops nor would there the body of tho people docs not share j 4leaven llothwell at be Messrs CjiBtloman and Williams tho coqfideuco assorted by the posse and at Mt Sterjiag at 530 p M rfTo 2 connects at Mt Sterling with 1105 A were simply sent to Morehead to inves- Â¬ they allege that the Sheriff is irresolute O railway M and57 P M trains on C The Criminal docket is well filledand foriiyington Cincinnati and Louisville tigate and report The result Is po troops iNo3 connects at Mt Sterling with 1105 a will he sent unless it is found absolutely personal adherents of those indicted al m tralnipu C fe O from the East and 136 lego a purpose to see their friends pro- Â¬ PM trainfpotp Louisville and Oincinnati necessary p2fMontgomcry county court day special Govornor Knott Major McKco and tected Threats of attendance at court Ucavcs Rothwell on the 3rd Mpndny in each Judgs Cole arc in consultation here to of armed bodies of men have excited at 9 A M Returning leaves Mt Sterling night in regard to sending troops to the public apprehension aud it is alleged at 3 x M arriving atjlothwcll at 430 p M Morehead Their deliberations are se-Â¬ that such attendance is encopraged or Leaves JtatlwcH for Mt Sterling at 5 p M cret It is just learned that an awful directed by men whose duty it is to pro- Â¬ GEQB HARPER Supt state of affairs oxist in that unhappy mote order and enforce law The pre- Â¬ innil WW town All the people who can leave vailing sentiment favors tho presence of CORRESPONDENCE HEWS are getting ready to go and tonight a troops to prevent violence number left on the cost bound train If troops be sent in obedience to the Bucknar is ejected by 0000 to 55000 which passed through Morehead at 815 appeal of the Circuit Judge I respectFrank FairohJld and brother were in town They have barrieuded and nailed their fully recommend that their use be lim- Â¬ Wednesday frpra Magoffin houses ited to protection of the Court and to J W Auglin the night telegraph the maiptainunco of order in Morehead Broathit coujoty gives Bucknor 216 over operator at Morehead claims to have and that the civil authorities be required Bradley andiPieratt 312 over Brown been shot at last night and this morning to do for themselves all other duty Correspondents will please each send us an soon tis Ed Drcnnan the day opcrato The pains which your Excellency has a newsy letter Vy JiejLr Mndoyri mail went on duty Auglin packed uh grip taken to personally investigate disorders Prof A F Erb of Hazel Green Afadciny and left on tho first- cjwt bound train in Rowan county satisfies you of the arrived here on Wednesday evening last Drennau became frightened and left to- Heedlessness of a temporary enforcement of order without tbeporniumont benefits Mcncfcc county is reported to have gone night H W Lightbopi an operator who of the enforcement of law I wish to 375 majority for the Democratic Statu ticket bad been working in Colorado and Utah reflect unjustly on none but certainly it Powell county givcM according to the re- left here this afternoon for Morehead to is true that most of our disorders comes port of Van Young thirty inujorlty for the take charge of the office lie procured from neglect of ofliojuls to perform their Domocnitic State ticket a fine revolver and aid the Kowan duty Mr and Mrs Cal Candid with their county men couldnt scare him off It is too often true that the law is not daughter Com Lee are visiting relatives i A Gilkersou formerly a telegraph enfoiced that justice is not had and and frjpnds at this pjacc operator at Morehead left on the Jl that jury commissioners are not well Dr Gucrrant reports twenty nine addi oclock express tonight for that place chosen as ought to be and that neither tions to the Presbyterinn churches during In an interview just before leaving he Judge or Prosecuting Attorney or Sher- Â¬ said There is no doubt in my mind that iff or Jailer execute fearlessly aijd withhid thrjuo weeks stay in the mnuutuiuv tho Toliver faction will attempt to cap out favor the law Tile friend of J W McGurvcy vU regret ture Morehead tonight I left there this So it is that criminals do not fear pun- Â¬ to learn that he lust week at Loxingtou and there were forty resolutp ishment for crime aud there is a constant lost hjs residence and furniture valued at morning Morehead system of education as to the methods 7500 on which he only had an insurance and determined men guarding Braver men never lived in Kowan coun- of crimes causes that aid the techni- Â¬ 50G of ty It is tho general opinion that the cal advantages and official favors which Our farmer friends and all othcrH who Toliver men can rake 75 to 100 men bring probation to him who violates the have tock to sell and also those who wish but that even they can not oust the band law to buy should remember that next Worjnes- T saw troublu Kowan county tho people have day Augitit 10th lathe regular slock sale that is guarding the town le brewing before 1 left there this morn- grown to believe that the machinery of it thin place ing and the patrolmen are afraid to the law has been used to protect favorWho knows if Joe Mttlhnttan lias reused send any of their number out to notify ites and to punish enemies and distrust lying It looks to us like Hille Polk of the Law and Order League of the sur Â¬ of the law prevails and life and properLexington has won the championship We rounding country for fear the Toliver ty are too often subject to the designs of vote to dnnato him the dough the cake and faction will waylay and kill them the unprincipled J have the honor to the hukery Bully for Rille Polk i Governor Knott tliH morning received remain dear sir yours very truly Uev Dr E O Guerrnni preached at the a dispatch from lames Stuart acting John K Gastixman Presbyterian church in this place Wednes Judge of Kowan county which reads as Colonel and Acting Adjutant General day morning at 11 oclock and aNo in the follows After cool consideration of evening TJiere was one addition to the MORGAN COUNTY 1 think it best that soldiers be churclt at the morning service Mrs Jnhu affairs here at once Answer sent ISlnukenship KavL Aug Moot of the wells in thi Hazel Green Hebald - GRUBBS Bankjtf Ktntwty BRINKLEY IK DEALERS tiooooo EBTABLI8UKD IV 1006 if Capital StQtk -- STOVESJIN PLATE SHEET IRON 5 SURPLUS f IB4I428 Â¬ Â¬ a general banking bueinrss and is Tinners Stock Mantels Etc the only bank in the city that sella Foreign Exchange And Manufaoturors of Prompt attention given to the collection of dcbti aud the patronage of the people Plain Stamped and Japanned Tinware of the mountain counties ib especially so- Â¬ 6G2 Wkot Main Street licited J G TRIMBLE President LESLIE THOMSON Cannier and 201 to 200 7tu St MT STERLING KY KY Docs LOUISVILLE D LANGELLS ASTHMA AND aG 6m GEORGE E TUCK Louisville Ky with GREEN HUFFAKER mi I Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Gir WMain St LOUISVILLE KY Invites you to call and hcc him when you Having struggled 20 years between life visit the citv and death with ASTIMA or PHTHISIC treated by eminent physicians and receiving no bpnefit I was compelled during the last 5 years of my illness to sit on my chair day and night gasping for breath My sufi WITH ferings were beyond description In despair I experimented on myself bv compounding roots and inhaling the medicine thus obtained I fortunutely discovered this WONDER FUL CURE FOR ASTHMA AND CA TARRH warranted to relieve the most stubborn case of ASTHMA IN FIVE MINUTES so that the patient can lie down to rest and sleep comfortably Please read the following condensed extracts from unsolicited tes timonials ull ot recent date Oliver V R Holmes San Jose Cal writes I find the Remedy all and even more than represented I receive iustantaucous relief E M Carson A M Warren Kan writes 637 West Main Street Was treated by eminent physicians of this Germany tried tjiu elinuite of country and dilfciTnt States nothing nllbrdtnl relief like your preparation L B Phelps P M Griggs Ohio writes aolv Suffered with Asthma 10 years JYour medi cine in 3 minutes does more for me than the WORD most eminent physician did for mc in three WITH vcars H CPlimpton Juliet 111 wrjfes Send Catarrh Remedy at once Cannot get along without it I find it to be the most valuable mediuiue I have ever tried Wo havj many other hearty ptdinionials AND COLLARS of cure or roliefand in order thut all suffer- HARNESS 707 7011 t 7U W MAIN STREET ers from Asthma Catarrh Hay Fever and kindred diseases may have unopportunity LOIISAIILE KY of testing the value of the Remedy we will any address TUIAL PACKAGE send to It TURNER FREE OF CHARGE f your drinrsUt fails Headquarters Mt Sterling Ky to keep it do not permit him to sell you some worthless imitation by his rcprciriiiiiig it to iiUimntinu bejuit as good but send diieetly to ui Write vuuriuune and address plainly OoM Address J ZIMMERMAN A Co Props ale Di alers in Wholc Wholesale DniggisH Woofer Wayne Co Ohio Full size Box by mad juLdy til W Main M LOIISVILLE KY W KINfO W UlSnKII TAIiOK Will beat Mt Sterling every County Court Â¬ CATARRH REMEDY SOLD BY ALL DRUGGIRTS Wholesale Dealers in CO BOOTS AND SHOES H J CLARKE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Sws tefli LOUISVILIiE Â¬ u M Â¬ WA Harbison Cathright SADDLERY JOE Â¬ Green Huflaker BOOTS AND SHOES Chs Iai11 Â¬ Tabor Bingos SiiN ij Coopki Â¬ DAILY M h C Hicknijon Â¬ Â¬ Hack Line BETWEEN Roth well Station COOPER KERflDON j fiENERAL 5 FALLEN w and Hazel Green A S A i Â¬ tyConnects with trains on Ivy railroad morning and evening f tial 1 1 mmkt KY Tho Dontocratic majority in Wolfe on the Gnu Cuxtlujiiiitiii Iteport Stale ticket and for Picratt over Brown i Adjutant General Castlcman reached W2 the Prohibition vote wa fil Magotliu home yesterday from bis Morehead trip guve 2JO Ilepujdiean majority and 201 for is of tbe situation i Jtiowu over Pieratt The latter is elected What his opinion fully set out in the following report to by about 500 iudjotity Fur better than the hnr di treatment f medicines which horribly gripo the jiatiunt and destroy the cnutin of the ptomuch Dr J JI MeLeans Chills and Fovor Cure by mild yet eflcctive ild At CO cents a botncttoJt Vr ill euro tle Sold by0 13 SwangOj Hiuol vlroen Â¬ - the Governor ILlJAIKiirAHTFIia Excellency Governor Knott hint I have the honor fo report that in obedi Â¬ ence to your orders 1 have visited llow Jim Osboriij 1 Jem- wusdhet Mnlar eleet an copnty atu investigated the condition 4d county ourt clerk in Mencfoe defeating of n fairs whiuh have led Judge Cole aud Bogie Lyons iRcp by a rnujority of eighty Sheriff Hogg to apply for troops to aid Tom Cope vuk also rtriung a a Usuiocrat the crviluiithoritics in niaintiibjing order J ut dropped out fthe race early The at the approaching term of tjje Kowan j jtlcctiop wan jo till the vacancy caused by Circuit Court jjhc deatlj o J WMavL i On the 2ith of Juno the large conven- Â¬ Fon REvr Tho house and garden j tion of Kowan county men that met at jecenuy vacateu uy ur lamuoe is ipr Morehead passed and signed resolutions rent t6 a tenimt who can pay monthly mutually pledging the maintenance of 321 advance ujkL give approved security or good care of premise Apply to order and support or the authorities It is apparent that there is no coherence in IIkukjiov t Cqojvct Real EBtate Agents this body Already new divisions are The Courier Jourmtl ctimatrt the cno manifest Some bcoAUso of approaching vcratic majority iti the State ut 2000 to 35r political elections some on account of 000 tho Commoroiul puts at 18000 and on busines s ombers of old feuds and others Tuesday night Republicans of Louun illc claimed Bradleys ejection Foxs follow ers were few aud far bcwten while the Union Labur ticket did not develop strength enough tplitX n saw log Â¬ Guam Adjutant Gkxkhajs On-ic-FuvKioiav Ky July 29 To His i Kknticky Statk WANTED IM IV L l Aw We acknowledge the receipt of an in vita tiou to thoinurriogo oereraony of Jamie C Rowolsand Min1 Funnio T Oillespie on Wednesday Adgust 10 at Mappiville Ac eomao County Va tnd very much regret that wunan pot attend at tho tying of the kuot tbui will bipd Jjronlc to onu of flowers AU flits same wo ex lud in advance our congratulations and best wles to Iho happy young couple KotjdHjj would jtlewnc us moro than to he pruned std ut Jlio luuiutienc see a host of Wo lionld aUp like rltowa W hold dear ja b a thu cptlou at Baltimore but as tvv jsnt be t oitker place we will wUh Acco-uaotf-jfalri- st IiMr0 ti pjfrjtyjeerpwa i oti UieJr jUUi tw b m lffiftf mU for reasons of new persona affiliations Men who shortly ago were divided on the line of tho Martin or tho Toli- Â¬ ver faction are now re classed becauso of new animosities or friendships money Â¬ And thus the men hosed influences tile to one side not long since are now found allied with adherent of the other side By consent and authority of tho Coum ty Levy court so I um informed thero have been summoned by tho Sheriff a porfsc of twuuty nicn who nro on duty This party k as n guard at Moichcud vOimposed of Itepublicausaud Democrats The Sheriff who summoned them is a Domocrat The Sheriff i not to be found vat tho vnui tyeui and tho Town Marshal a Jtopubtjcmii is in cliargo of tho Â¬ Â¬ mit Have the following property which they ar Both wish to sell at onee and parties desirinu tu well 2 it m Lv Rotliwell at am ar secuie bargains will iind it to their interest place are dry and the owners are having Hazel Green 0 p 111 Comfortable hacks to inspect the property We will trade somo of it to blue erass land Write us and careful drivers them rebored Last week llollie Nickell 7JI acres of land on Laurel Crook No TTfc was working in J M IMerults well and be Will county Yt miles from Havel Green Good ihvlliuu house and out buildings well came sick or suflbcated by foul uir A rope watted good timber fine apple orchard wus put around his body aud ho was drawn eoil veins Ac from the well but it was t omo time before No he vns restored to consciousness One two utorv dwelling buijt in G Combs has just returned from Pain But buy Kellys STEEL axe It is the most ttai contuinini six roinn good outbuild ings a failing wntr beautiful ter Branch where he closed a meeting with perfect axe made Alt o buy STEEL horse groundswell of never well et with rare and valuablo shoes They will outwear iron And line forty seven additions to the church STEEL nails They cost the auie as iron alirubbery and a line assortment of fruit giapes Ae The best garden in town one Horn To the wife of Win Creekbaum on For sale in Hazel Green by of the mint desirable dwellings to be found the 2tith ult a hoy John Fmith B SWANGO G in Hazel Green Situated 011 the height Robert Fields is visiting his father Charlie W T CASKEY lending to the celebrated Swango Springs about midway between the center bf town Fields at thin place He brought with him F McGClRE and tui Springs dour that will go to the post fit Co an cduated Chiles KY MT STERLING otHce aud bring home the mail with ui much No tli acres of land on Lacy Creek U teduity as a colored porter miles south of Hazel Green on main road Agents for Eastern Kentucky to Campion has about 200 aciei of irood W 1 Lykhib ban been shootjrig some big timber and an inexhaustable ouuutity of tho guns here the past week He closed S Baptilt Co finest rpiality of splint und bituminous aud his nuMtins last Sunday some line quality of cuuel coal J H Cecil and family Miss Willie Sample NEW No j 100 acres of land i miles south aid lyj Chris ian Jft lust week on a vNit eaht of Hazel Green fine farming land oO Va to Tazewell county BlUKT Livery Sale and Feed Stable acres in cultivation nearly all bottom laud in good neighborhood and convenient to schools aud churches MT STERLING KY A good agent of either in all principal t XX No 0 -- 500 acres of land the survey be towns and cities in the ciiiiiiiip in the Standing Rock corner of U S to take orders for our new patent low Drovers and Traders Headquarters Lee Powell and Wolfe counties 10 miles priced solid Bronze or Niekle Door plates from Cumuton on the hour u trrr Door Bells Struct Numbers Ac Krom 100 Graining Block Park of Red River It is to 00 can be made in a very nhort time mule dealers entirely covered with a virgin forest of pine Fine oiiftit eases for sampled FREE Write is The attention of horse and especially invited to our facilities for the pojdar oak walnut hickory and chestnut for proof of what agonts are doing and list handling of stock and ve invite all traders of unoccupied territory It will pay vou to of Wolfe aud adjoining counties to call on timber do so Wo refer to the editor of this paper us when in the city 10 norr H of lntid most of which No 7 who has purchu tcd one of our plates lies in the corporate limita of Hazel Green MICHIGAN DOOR PLATE CO Grand Rapids Mich J T GEVEDON THE JEWELER on the road leuding from town to Swango Springs joiiiH No 3 and i known 11s the Mrs IIKST GOODS HOK IKAST MOJfnY Eliza Trimble tract Can be laid ojf into I am how located near BONNY KY ami tho mojt denirablo town loU in Hael Green am prepared to rniuiir WATCHES JEWEL It Is newly fenced and in cultivation RY SEWING MACHINES CLOCKS Ac Charges reasonable and work warranted I No 8 One house aud lot in Northwest Manufacturers and WholtJimle Dealers in handle the Best Rolled Plato Jewelry such Ilasiol Green near the common school buildas Bracelets Lnou Pins Scarf Pins Ac If ing good now dwelling hmiho with four you want a solid gold ring I can save you rooms good outbuildings garden Ac money In fact if you want a silver or gold natch or clock or anything lu my lino yon No 0 2000 acres of land on Kentucky AND t surely will cavemnnuy by purchasing of up iitiimiw 1 lutuu rrvK ureaimu county I shall keep on batid Vino Bibbv Photo 7 miles below Jackson on tlo Mirvuvcd Hues -graph Albania School Books ai of the Kentucky Union and Cincinnati and keep for salo Dr T Smiths linituoiits Southeastern railroad It is covered with and Beautifying and Healing Soap Just nenvy lorest 01 the iimxt llntbor In tho Statea try thl soap If you want your skin to look ncliidlng oak walnut poplar ash Ao and No fill Main Street 10 Summer St altio keep io best sowing intiehliio Is underlaid with Inexliiuiitiblu voiiw ot eaa pretty needled Louisville Ky Boston iMitss oil audStock Kales will attend tho Hand no aud bituminous oiutl Gruen und tho Wwt Liberty Courts Nu 10 About h7 ncrei uf laud on Laiiy frny one trailing with me Kto amount Ropvosonlocl by J B of 10 at one time wll receive Til HhHil n good burn ik well Iwtiued iibout tO auroTlll Blackburn one year us a present grass an apiilo orchard Muno tiinbur 11 woD V T GEVJWON JowyWr Kenny Ky watered nod fa iud fUrmtnu fjm rtM i Leavti Hazel Green U Cka raevl Q Every Attention to Ladies ChHtlron a in HAZEL GREEN 1 Â¬ IT ulDiiJji 1 Thompson 1 V McWilliams Â¬ Boots Shoes Â¬ 1 io 1 mm - rn J TjftteLJ