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Digital page images are linked to the text file. yvfW xl1rr PP ii r I SPENCER COOPER Owner and Editor Hazel Green Herald t W Devoted to tie Development of Xaatera Kentucky t- 100 A YEAR Always In Advance VOL III HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY FRIDAY AUGUST 12 1887 NO 23 THE TABLES TURNED ExfeBrIlr Little Is Dlsraliiodandllr CUl ders Finds Himself In Trouble Tho examining trial of O J Little ex Sheriff of Breathitt county charged with swindling Marian Childors out of 1500 in Brcathitt county bonds was commenced at the regular session of the City Court yestorday morning Childcri was placed upon tho stand and when be had finished IiIb testimony tho caso was continued until 280 oclock in tho after- Â¬ noon On tho reassembling of court a large number of witnesses were on hand and a dozen lawyers were present to wit- Â¬ ness tho handling of tho caso The de fendent was represented by five attor Â¬ neys among them being Gon Baker Maj Kinnoy and Judge Fleming The Commonwealth was represented oy Col Selby Harney who was assisted by Mr Douglass of Joffersonvillo who was employed by Childcrs Mr J B Marcum a lawyer of JackBon Breathitt county was put on tho stand Â¬ PROFESSIONAL CARDS N NAVAJO NARRATES HIS TRAVELS TO THE WILD WE6T JL TSAAC W MAPEL Attorney-at-La- w HAZEL GREEN KY Will practice in nil the Courts of Wolfe Powell Menifee and Breathitt counties And Real Estate Aqent es paid for non residont real estate bought and sold Collections a specialty Titles examined abstracts furnished tax And After Describing the Route in Glow lnp Terms Refers to His New Home as a Godforsnken Country JOHN H EVANS HAZEL GREEN KY ray promise to write for The Herald I on grasping my pen at irregular inter- Â¬ Examiner vals between my hours of duty realize and greatly deplore my inadequacy to for Wolfe Kespcctfnully solicitia the patronage of the the task However arduous it may Beem public and will attend promptly to all bus I will endeavor to give as succinctly as Incss entrusted to his care possible a description of some of the most interesting features connected with -ITT T SWANGO my travel in reaching this God forsaken July 27th 1887 Dlar Spencer In tho fulfillment of Fort Defiance AT of Depositions county HAZEL GREEN KY Deputy County Court Clerk of Wolfe 7ilI attend to all business entrusted to him vith promptness and dispatch JTi EO E WHITT OT Of Elliott County WITH Henry Knoefel TO C LYKINS Co 210 W Market St Louisville Ky iNilioits the patronage of Eastern Kentucky tor Blank Books Blanks c County Attorney Roal Estate Agent and Notary Public Practices in all Courts in Wolfe and Adjoining Counties and Court of Appeals tJ ColFections a Specialty Camptox Wolkk County Ky Â¬ AC BAKER Attorney at Law JACKSON KY TK J A TAULBEE Physicianand Surgeon Jackson Breathitt County KENTUCKY ELMER DPHYSICIAN NORTJ1CUTT AND SURGEON R HAZEL GREEN KY T Caskcvs store hoim 8 to 11 A M end 1 to 4 J M All calls attended to day or night OXicc over W Office HOTELS IERATT HOUSENew The Phoenix HAZEL GREEN KY J H Pieratt Proprietor Â¬ I am now running the little hotel around he corner on Broadway and respectfully invite my former patrons and traveling peo ple generally to call und ead und shlecb by my blacc J II P1E11ATT The best the market ailbrds will be found upon the table at all times and the public Guests patronage is respectfully solicited will have ice and other luxuries to be had in first class country hotels In connection is a fine stable for Horses and shed room for vehicles in charge of good hostler Pastur ino for hows Mits LOU DAY Proprietress AY HOUSE Hazrl Ghuin Ky Newly Fitted and Refurnished pOMBS HOUSE CAMPTON KY V S COMBS PnOlKILTOK The patronage of the traveling public is respectfully solicited Table the best and nery attention for the comfort of guests XL DAMS HOUSE OALYEKSYILLC KY Guctft Comfortable G B Adams Ppoimuktok This old and well known house has been thoroughly refitted and refurnished and is now open for the reception of the public Nothing Shall be Left Undone to Make GB Adams MISCELLANEOUS WORKING inrush all classes with employment at home the whole of the time or for their spare moments Business now light and profitable Persons of either cx easily cam from frO ceuts to Jo per evening and a proportion ute sum by devoting nil their time to the business Boys and girls earn nearly ns much us men That all who me this may sond their uddress and test the business we Jiinkc this otler To such as are not well satisfied wo will wnd one dollar to pay for tho trouble of writbg Full particulars and outfit Free Adtkoss Ghohur Stinson Cov Portland Maine jnSly BLASSM Â¬ Â¬ IK TUB JLACU TO UUY Watches Clocks Jewelry llopitlrlnix a HpficUltjr fc CJmruen JU yiuctfully reuonabli und work warranted T Y CAIUt country hoping at the time that your kind readers will be aa forbearing as pos- Â¬ sible should I grapple with the uninter- Â¬ esting minutia of detail for this may be necessary in order for one not accustom- Â¬ ed to lournaliam to reach the point in- Â¬ tended especially in giving a etory of the route through a strange country Leaving aside the sight seeing c of a day and night in Cincinnati as well aa a day in St Louis and twenty four hours in the future metropolis of the West Kansas City let me carry you with lightning speed and closed eyes over ihe fertile plains of Kansas and Colorado Omitting to meution the many things of great interest on the route but concerning which most of your readers have long since read and many of them personally enjoyed the objectives I will set you down if you please in the famous commercial city of Pueblo This city is one of unusual interest standing as it does upon the site of a Mexican pueblo of long ago divided into Pueblo proper and South Pueblo by the Arkansas River Its population I believe numbers about 25000 although one at a glance would estimate the population at not more than 5000 to 8000 aB many of the inhabitants are occupying tho mines which arc numerous around and near the The most important objective city points here are the Bessemer Steel Works among the largest in America and the smelters which arc in operation reducing the ore that is brought in from every direction in incxhnustable quantities Tho city is voll supplied with what the people in this country denominate goodhotels but on reflection after hav Â¬ ing been detained there for throe days and did not strip without paying my ho- Â¬ tel fare allow me to say that the Pueblo visitors ought to be Goulds Vandorbuilts and Rothchilds Outside of the extensive salvor and gold mines the place of interest around Pueblo are the Parnassus Springs at the foot hills of the Greenhorn mountains Carlisle Springs on the Arkansas and Clarks Magnetic Mineral Springs which has recently been opened un with aU the modern improvements and bids fair to become a famous watering place One peculiarity which is remarkable about the latter is that knives and other metals become magnetized by immersing them in the water Another object of interest is a section of a tree called the Old Monarch erected on a frame in front of the Union depot occupying a place where the tourists eye always catches on and usually is attracted to the spot wliere the following inscription meets The Old Monarch aged 380 his gaze yean- - circumference 2S feet height 78 feet Cut down June 25th 1803 at a cost of 250 It is known as the oldest land mark during the Pikes Peak ex Â¬ citement Thirty six persons were mas sacred under its braches by the Indians Kit Carson Wild Bill anil Buifalo Bill Fourteen camped under it many time men were hung on one limb of the tiee The first woman who died in California was buried under it Leaving aside the story of the route of the Denver and Rio Grande from Pueblo westward over the main trunk line which would be full of incidents and glowing with description reading like a romance and sounding in the sym- Â¬ phony of color and including every variety of form where ihe mountain summits covered with euow greet ones eves upon every side as innumerable as the multitudinous foam cappod billowsof the sea Arcadian valleys whose quiet beauty entrances the beholder abound Tremendious gorges of profound and awe inspiring depth arc traverse1 Moun Â¬ tain torrents Hash in tho sunlight and pellucid streams flow peacefully through the valleys In short as one has dehero among the scribed and remarked everlasting hills these Rocky mountains lit to be the bulwarks of the world na turo has a mood for every mood of man We proceed over tho Now Mexico exten sion of tho road which carries ono to tho historic city of Santafeo After leaving Pueblo this scenic routo goes through a most interesting pasf of tho Rocky Rango One posses through tho famed Laveta Pass and rounds tho Mulo Shoe curve tho shortest curve and steepest gradu in tho world After onco gaining tho sum Â¬ mit ouo gazes on a scene of Btupcnduous For twenty ono mllcH magnificence through moat devious waysaround sharp est curves up steepest grade ono has pressu onward until a historic height id From tho plnacle ouc flawing to gaiuod Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ the East Bees the ever widening plainB broken to the south by tho twin symmet- Â¬ rical Spanish Peaks Turning to the west he sees the majestic form of the Si- Â¬ erra Blanca the monarhof all tho Rocky range while to the North Laveta moun- Â¬ tain Btands stupendous and sublime The ascent has been a struggle tho result a victory The ascent began with an easy advance up a defile along tho baso of Laveta mountains made bright and beautiful by the flashing waters of a foaming brook At the head of this de- Â¬ file stands Dump mountains not to bo taken by storm wit to be conquored by strategy The approach is made by in- Â¬ direction and with a double upon itself so Bharp that the name Mule Shoe Curve has been appliedtho railroad bo gins its ascent upward The climb is diff- Â¬ icult having the tremendous grade of two hundred and sixteen feet to the mile Tho road is a mere groove cut in the side of the mountain which is so steep that a boulder ect in motion goes thundering down a defile reaching the bottom of the gorge many miles distant It was at this point that a Pullman car became detach- Â¬ ed a year ago and rolled to the bottom re- Â¬ sulting in the destruction of many lives The train rolls steadily forward on its winding course and at last reaches the apex glidf s into the timber and halts at the handsome stone station over nine thousand feet above tho level of the dis- Â¬ tant sea The downward journey iB past Sierra Blanca and Old Fort Garland and that pastoral and picturesque valley known as San Louis Park Laveta moun- Â¬ tain i3 to the right and rises to a height of 11170 feet above the sea The stupen- Â¬ dous proportions of this mountain cover- Â¬ ed with deep beds of snow tho illimita- Â¬ ble expanse of the plains the symmetric- Â¬ al cones of the Spanish Peaks present o picture upon which it is a never ceasing delight for the eye to dwell The Spanish Peaks which are plainly visible from the summit of Laveta pass are objects of great beauty and can be seen 175 miles by those approaching from the east They were known to the IndianB by the name of Wahatoya or twin breasts a fanciful title undoubtedly suggested by their wondefully symmet- Â¬ rical conical outlines They rise above the plains to arepectiveheightof 13020 and 12720 feet These peaks are among the most unique land marks of the out lying spurs of the Rocky mountains and grow in majesty and beauty as they are more nearly approached My next will give a diseription from thfa point to Santafeo including a brief history of that city Yours forcivilza tion THE GREAT LOCK UP By the United States Treasury Depart ment The following circular letter from tho Sons banking house of Harvey Fisk embody some startling facts Wo com- Â¬ mend it to our readers as worthy of a careful perusal The situation is startling If allowed tocontinuo every interest will feel it Every foot of land will bocome of less value every bushel of wheat every biiBh el of corn ovory pound of cotton will decline in value On the other hand if tho administration goes to work under tho powers given it by existing laws and earnestly tries to frame new lawB for the consideration of tho Congrces wo shall boo such an era of prosperity as was never before witnessed in this land The fact is with the exception of some twenty millions deposited by the Treas- Â¬ ury with National Banks thero is now locked up oat of use and drawing no interest in tho United States Treasury the vast sum of nearly 340000000 Ono hundred millions of this vast sum the Treasury iB obliged to keep under tho laws as a reserve against United States Â¬ notes Upwards of another hundred millions of thiB vast Bum is retained to redeem the notes of National Banks failed or re- Â¬ ed tiring circulation There is no law requiring the Treasury to keep this sum locked up It is only required to redeem the notes as present- handle Â¬ ho had drawn up a contract bctweea Little and Childcrs which was produced in evidence After the contract was read Col Har- Â¬ ney stated that a conviction by a jury would be imposiblc and that to save the State unnecessary expense he moved for a die chargo of tho prisoner which waa so ordered by Judge Tlmrman who said the case was one lor the civil courts to Childcrs secured the contract for the Breathitt court house and was paid in the bonds of of the county Mr Little was ono of his bondsman nnd had an in- Â¬ terest in the contract After tho work was fiuished tho evidence showed that Little had been given the bonds to dis Â¬ pose of Ho negotiated the bonds with W II Bradbury of Carter Bros Co After the dismissal of the caso against Little Childcrs was arrested by Officer Cam merer and placed in tho Central po lico station charged with false swearing Three affidavits made by Littles lawyers and sworn to by him were presented U Judge Thurman and he fixed Childors bond at 150 which ho gavo with R R Glover of the Louisville Coffin work as security Immediately after tho trial in the City Court Little through his attorneys filed suit in tho Common Pleas Court against Childors for 5000 damages for malicioiH for the prosecution Ho testified that Navajo Why Powell Did it As concientious dispensers of news wo have to record the astonishing fact that Powell county went Republican on Mon Â¬ day on a straight party issue with no local race as a disturbing factor Of course there miiet be a cause for such a vote in an old Democratic stronghold like Powell and the cause is the same one which has operated in the last elec tion all over the State We are loath to believe and do not believe that the Democrats of this coun ty and elsewhere have abandoned a sin- Â¬ gle one of the time honored principles which have made their party great This vote is simply their protest not against the Democratic party but it is against the miserable shiftlessncss and slipshod business methods which have prevailed in almost every department of the State government It is their declaration that they want less wind and more muscle in Â¬ Â¬ Silver Standard Doilnrn ltiillloii Trade lotlnrs I and Fractional Silver J tTnilod State Xotru National Brink Kotos Deposited in National Banks At same date the Treasury had outstanding old Certificates Silver Certificates U S NoteK Certificates bursing Officers drafts P O Depart Â¬ ment accounts and diven appropriations nearly seventy million dollars just as if the Treasury was not receiving from the every month upwards of twenty ive million dollars to meet all these things For all the above tho Treasury De partment may set up a valid excuse if prosecution so the next Congress should see that In tho prayer he asked further foe something is done to utilize as largo a 200 retainers fees and for 300 which part of this 270000000 an is consistent he was oblidged to spend to bring hip and safe witnesses to this city He alleged that Still remaning is 70000000 for which Childors had concealed his property and lock up there is no reason or law ex wmh about to leave the State and defraud cept the ruling or wishes of the Treasury his creditors and had an attachment Department issued returnable forthwith Ho said ho It is well for the people to know how was hauled up without probable caue the Treasury stand and made to spend ten hours in jail Ho The following figures are from the was then obliged to give bond in the official statement issued by Secretary sum of 1000 bcloro ho could secure hi Fairchild June 30 1K87 release wherefore ho considers hi mull IN Till TIUJAStltY damaged in tho above amount Courier 278101 10fiiIJ tiold Coin nnd Bullion Â¬ Â¬ be years before these National Bank notes will all come in and it is more than likely that 3 to 5 per cent will never bo presented Should this money lie idle all theso years If it must then there is some defect in tho National Banking law which ought to be corrected Why Congress should have put it in the power ot the National Banks to uec the Treasury in this way iB a serious question Of the balance of this vast sum thero is retained to meet past due Bonds Dis- Â¬ It will LMD lJiSOTOfl Journal What Truo Merit Will Dp M i VJ 27S7907 K7yotiS8iyo 117MJ0H 22UJJ1 30231 40l22B 1370O 14211801700 77000000 2 121 Thus loavinp with tlioj exception of the little the State administration Results like this must perforce open part in the National Locked the eyes or our party leaders to the fact BuiikP Treasury Up J in this that the time for oratory in our State With an outstanding debt of over a affairs has gone by There must be more thousand millions on which tho people head work more real statosmenship dis are taxed M384Gf yearly for interest played by the agents of the people here- payments we would submit tho simple after Stanton Monitor question Is it just to the people to keep year in and year out 337000000 locked Froe Trade up in the Treasury drawing no interest The reduction of internal revenue and and doing no good the taking off of revenue stamps from Ho Turnod tho Tnblos Proprietary Medicines no doubt has Our readers will remcmlKir that last largely benefited the consumers as well week we made note of the fact that C as relieving the burden of homo manu- J Little of Jackson had been arrested facturers Especially is this the case in Louisville at the instigation of Marion with GrecnsAugust Flower und Boschecs Guilders a resident of Jellerson villo Ind Germau Syrup as the reduction of thirty-- who has been living temporarily at Jack- Â¬ cents per dozen has been added to son and who was tho contractor and six increase the sizo of the bottles containing builder of the Academy building at tho these remedies thereby giving one fifth latter placo lie secured also the con Â¬ more medicine in tho 75 cents fiize The tract to build the court house at Jackson August Flower for Dyspepsia and Liver and Charles Little was his bondsman Complaint and tho German Syrup for To indemnify Mr Little against possible Cough and Lung troubles havo perhaps loss Childors turned over to him certain tho largest Bale of any medicines in the bonds and subsequently brought suit to world The advautago of increased size recover and also had Little arrested for of tho bottles will he greatly appreciated obtaining tho bonds under false pretense by tho sick and afilictcd in every town Mr Little had his examining trial last and village in civilized countries Sam Â¬ Friday at Louisville and was acquitted ple bottles for ten cents remain tho aiuuo Ho immediately had Childors arrested on tho chargo of perjury and also brought sizo suit ngainut him for 5000 damages for Wilmoro Kendall and wife and Mies false prosecution Nora HazolrJurg of West Mhuriy uro guests of tho Day House Mr Kendall When you nro constipated with losu is the Representative elect for Breathitt of appntito headache take ono of Dr Magoffin and Morgan and wo believe ho J II McLeans Llttlo Liver and Kidney will make o good ouo Plllcita Thoy nre pleasant to tako and will euro you 25 cents a vlul fold by For Sam A new combined reaper O JJ BwuiK iiHftxel Green and mower Will trade It to youuBhorhC Mlw Lucbulft Kw1 of rVnchimrj in mulo or caUlu Apply v rXKRATT vWltlng relutlvei find friends 223 JOHN if I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1115 iOU The unprecedented sale of Boschres German Syrup within a few years hast astonished the world Lt is without doubt the safest and best remedy ever discnv- ered for the speedy and efieetual cure ofCoughs Colds and tho severest Lung troubles It acts on an entirely different principle from the usual prescription given by Physicians as it does not dry up a Cough and leave the disease still iu the system but on tho Vntrary remove1 the cause of the trouble heols tho part affected nnd leaves them in si purely healthy condition A bottle kept m life house for use whon tho diseases make their appearance will save doctors bills and a long spell of serioim illness A trial will convince you of the facts It1 is positively old by all druggists ami general dealers in the land Price 7 vts large bottles - Tho following are tho registers at thq 7 Day House O Maxey and wife Ezol C C W Howe Mt Sterling Mrs Phoiba Ward West Liberty Miss Minnie Ward Miss Ellon Oldfiolus Long Branch T Jesse Oldfields John L Wilson Carlisle J Solomon Haney and wife Grassy T II Montfort Louisville J C C Hanks jnmpton C W Horton Nicfcellsville Va John W Henry West Liberty W T Ingram Grassy - I n a D M Murphy K H Murphy C II Perry nnd wife Leo countv Vlr W M Kendall and wifo West Liberty Miss Norn Hazelrigg West Liberty Wyloy Perkins and wife Lacy Creel Jleury U iuurpny Foil RkntTIic houso and garden recently vacated bv Dr Tuulbci Is for rent to a tenant who can pay monthly in advance and givo approved security for good care of premises Apply to CooiBH HjrMkX Real Estate Agent BmiiTjJiim Rev J T Ploratt lll tho Lumel school houa hoki troich at iumUy at 11 oclock In tli momlHjf at ii Ju hr at H odoek Ik trjwt ii Hi i ii v fr 9 Mfw w jW V o iwfe liukix K4J iAtji t1 ff nflKS9KK5RH MPw f- m rl Ti t -- v SPl Hazel Green Herald mm NEWS NOTES Co oil and paint HcDougall Loglo manufacturers Montreal havo failed Di Â¬ rect liabilities WOOO Horr Krupp proprietor of tho extcnslvo gun works at Essen Germany died at his villa near that place a few days ago Tho Comptroller of tho Currency has authorized the Third National bank of Piqua O to begin business with a capital of 100 SPKNCEH COOPER Publlahcr r SAZEh GREEN i w II in KENTUCKY ii Â¬ CURRENT TOPICS Mexicos total debt is 150000000 Tbere arc 200 hotels of all sizes ia Sara The State of Michigan has a sboro line 1V20 000 toga miles long ft nowest curiosity is a man with a marble leg New Yokk City claims to bo growing at tho rato of 30000 a year Georgia railroad property has moro than doubled in valuo since 1SS0 Tub oil region of Pennsylvania is said to bo tho holiest ground in America Bodlanqeh had a grand send off in Paris on his doparture for his new station JonNs HorKiNs University is soon to bo moved from Baltimoro proper to the sub- Â¬ urbs TnEHEttro 1600 women in New York who receive salaries for singing in tho church choirs Lots of pretty girls it is said wear a nutmeg round their necks as a charm An anti trcatingcruBado Is gaining head way in Georgia A notlco of appeal to the Court of Appeals in tho caso or John ONell one of the convicted New York Aldermen now in Sing Sing has been filed An order In ihu Dominion Council has beon passed extending tho ninety days cattlo quarnntlno to Manitoba and tho Â¬ Kentcckts against malaria TWo w Amoricans havo been arrested In Mexico for highway robbery tho penalty for which is death Gatifieid County Kas is said to havo 1100 unmarried mon and only twenty oight unmarried women Philadelphia is preparing to celebrate tho centennial of tho Federal Constitution in Beptember in royal style TnE glorious climate of California has produced a wonderful cat that sings Listen to tho Mocking Bird The people of Borlin are eaters Last year they consumed 788G2 tons of slaught Â¬ ered meat and 1000000 geese A school for wives is about to be established in England tho pupils of which will be instructed in practical houswifery Aletteh received at a country post offlco in New Hampshire addressed An Ox was delivered to Miss Ann Knox Think of thrco miles of book cases eight feet high and containing 2000000 volumes That is tho slzo of tho British Museum liÂ¬ Â¬ brary The Edgar Thomson Steel Works Brad dock Pa are tho largest steel rail mills In tho world Tho grounds contain thlrty flvo acres m kf f tK irv wr s 4 fM 4t V e v 7 LP 1 i ft a It is said that the Investments out West of ex Konator Jones of Florida havo turned out profitably and that ho will havo a comfortablo Income The new Texas liquor law forbids tho salo of intoxicants to any porson habitual drinker or not whoso wlfo mother or sis ter forbids him the uso of thorn The German Postal Department admit Bamplo packages of liquids at reduced rates to nnd from this country under an order that went into effoct July 1 A Pennsylvania paper Bays In yes terdays storm a Hash of lightning went through this offlco on the shafting and knocked tho devil into tho ccllur A DitKssMAKnii in Portland Ore got mad at a neighbor in tho room beneath and cutting a holo in tho iloor doused tho other woman while in bed with hot water Mns Mackay has presontcd her tiny grandson Princo Colonna with a mngnifl cent dressing case all tho appointments being gold richly incrcstcd with jowols Americans aro so numerous in London this summer that tho natives feel almost ns though they woro in New York Loudon is becoming quite a popular suburb ol America Cats and dogs havo no protection in Germany They aro regarded as beasts of prey and aro liablo to bo shot whonever thoy aro found off tho promises whero thoy bolong The Western crop news of the past few days boglns to show a percoptlblo improvement and at tho South tho largest cotton crop of the genoration is predicted with good grounds TnE now Princo of Bulgarias full namo Is Ferdlnaud Maximlllen Charles Leopold Marie Born in Vienna February 20 1801 Ho is now a lieutenant in tho Eleventh hussars of Austria Ou familiar word luncheon is dorived from tho nnmo given by tho Spaniards to their mid day or rather oWon oclock neal which from tho hour is called L one pronounced lonchy At Gllboa N Y thoy aro laughing over tho fact that Mrs P H Rlchtmyro aged eighty two years has just completed n pair of trousers for her husbaud aged eighty to play base ball In Young Knee of Jcrsoy City shot Miss Miller sorao months ago becauso sho wouldnt marry him She has gotteu well and married him now probably to keep him from shooting hor ngulu An English novelist has found a noat inotlvo for his forthcoming story Ho en dows his horo with tho faculty of foresee ing tho future but mnkos him unable to disclose to any ono what ho knows Yak Phon Lkk suys that Yan Phon signifies Wealth by lmporial Favor It appears however that Yan has obtain edhls wealth by matrimonial favor Ill aewly wedded wlfo 1b worth 100000 A Philjldklviiu woman has boon indict Â¬ ed for oaves dropping and tattling to tho common nulsauco of tho citizens of thU commonwealth and against tho peace und dignity of the commonwealth of PouuByl Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ VftHltt HiXTTriVK steamer thut arrived recently from Uu PW were found upon their arrival at iMpui Tun steerage passengers on u JtaUd to be eufferlajf frem typhoid fovor ft jSrlHklHjj ef ito sickness water la mid to be tho MrHUM itwftbtr tmVkMi U jrr MM Vtail Jurnl says that a hv Ihhmi pe40Ht W SMftlYltail NHtartV AH e itr f tkwtr Mattiiyutlnn WfcjIP ymin- iPp fi fJW lB The grnn elevator of John W Richardwas destroyed by lire the other day with 600J bushels of wheat The wheat and elevator woro partially insured Tho Treasury Department has authorized tho admission free of duty or merchandise intended for tho Cincinnati exhibition Tho Department of State has received Information of the death it Bang Kok Jap- Â¬ an of William John Uiggins formerly of Boston Mass Tho President has appointed William A Flsk to ho postmaster at Portsmouth Vu vico Ambroso H Llndsey removed Subscriptions for tho now Panama canal loan will bo opened simultaneously in Paris and Now York on the 20th of this month A slight earthquake was felt in Sicily and on tho neighboring Italian coasts the other morning and was accompanied by eruptions from Mt Etna which howovcr resulted in no damage Peter Winkler died in great agony in Jamaica L I of lockjaw tho other day resulting from tho bito of a man with whom ho had a quarrel on the night of July 4 Winkler refused to havo his injured thumb amputated Particulars or tho explosion of tho gun- Â¬ powder magazine at Mnssowah on tho 11th Inst show that ten Italian soldiers were killed seventy injured and property to the amount of 200000 destroyed The invitation extended to Governor Hill of now York to bo pi csent at Philadelphia on tho occasion of tho Centennial annivers- Â¬ ary of the adoption of tho United States Constitution has been accepted Tho mcinbers of the new Iron nnd Steel Workers District K of L in Pittsburgh havo received a letter from Secretary Leichman of tho general board stating that the charter demanded by tho new district has been refused It Is announced that Billy West the famous negro minstrel has married an heiress Miss Rumclia J Morris daughter of the lato F J Morris ex United States Minister to Turkey at Camden Pennsyl vania and Jerseys Gretna Green Tho foto in commemoration of tho Storm ingof tho Bastilo was celebrated throughout Franco tho other day and in no place as yot heard from was there any disorder In view of tho sullen temper of tho people this tact is remarkable Tho Popo Ie suffcilng from stomach troubles and owing to tho bad condition of his teeth is able to cat but little He constantly craves Iced drinks of which he con Bumes great quantities and porformes a great amount of work each day in spite oi his ailments A Homo correspondent says that the Popin conversation with an American Bishop said that Dr MeGlynn lost his best opportunity in not going to Rome while Cardinal Gibbons was there as he would havo seen that tho church was tho supporter of the many against the feudal laws Prcsly Hubbard aud Ed Reed farmers of Saline County Illinois quarreled near Eldorado tho other day over a fiht be tween their sons and Reed struck Hubbard with his list with such force us to break his neck Both men stood high up in the community Reed gave himself up A meeting of tho creditors of Garden Co manufacturers of veneer scats No 47 West Forty second street New York was held the other day A statement was presented Bhowing their liabilities to bo U0 000 Tho exact valuo of tho assets was not known and a committee of livo was appointed tomuko an examination Jay Cooke son of tho former Govcrno of tho District of Columbia and for a number of years prominently identified with the stock brokorago business n Washington City diod of brights disease in that city u few days ago It is said that freshets along tho Rio Grnndo havo altered tho channel and that the United States has gamed somo territory by tho change Tho Diarfo Ojjlcltl urged tho government to settle tho long neglected question of tho exact boundary by means of a joint Moxlcnn Amcricau commission on tho subject The last Legislature of Alabama passed a law requiring engineers on all railroads entering tho Stuto to take out a license nnd pass medical examination that their eye sight was good and making them responsi- Â¬ ble for all cattlo killed Few of tho engineers have compiled with tho law and a Btriko is feared It Is certain thut many will be arrested Mgr Pcslco tho Popos spoclnl envoy to Irclnnd is pursuing his inquiry into tho condition of Ireland at Dublin by methods peculiar to himself Ho receives with equal urbanity persons of nil classes and condi Â¬ tions und appears to dovotn moro attention to disseminating tho idea that ho Is wholly unbiased than to tho collection of information gormnno to tho object of his visit Howovcr uh tho real work of tho mission devolves upon his seorotury Mgr Gualdi perhaps tho eccentricities of Mgr Porslco will not impair tho valuo of tho Vaticans researches Tho circulars preparod by tho Popo In reference to tho oleetionof Princo Ferdi nand ns Princo of llulguria has been pre sented to tho Austrian government Count Kuluoky Imperial Foreign Minister In re ply will say that Austria does not object to Prince Ferdinand and will nut exorcise hoi right to voto If tho Princo ulUmipt to occupy tho throne Hlguor Porslco tho Papal envoy In u speech at tho dedication of a rlinpolnt Wlclclow Ireland u few day ago uldthat since ho had been In I rotund ho hud Inum llo Inspired by udmtrutlou for tho jieopjo believed thut lmtrlotUm and ruworno for the CutliollD faith woro deeply rooted in tkolr brussts THo Iojmj he Hold loyus Indtwil uiiil had therefore wiwt him mi wwwUkHfro study ikKVUUi ptttitf Â¬ Northwest territories son Greenwich O Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ ho will deliver a speech tho occasion of which it is uudorstood will bo a grand banquet given In his honor General Chtncillo formerly Captain Gen- Â¬ eral of Porto Rico will shortly bo mado Captain General of Cuba Firo tho other night damaged tho stock of H T Anthony dcnlors in photograph E materials at 691 Broadway Now York to tho extent of 100000 Tho building owned by the Wagstaff estate was damaged 30 000 and several tenantslost small amounts On tho arrival of tho steamship Bohomia from Hamburg at Now York tho other day a United States deputy marshal boarded her and arrested Israel Goldman alias Juedcl Chcmlinkor who It is alleged fled from Odessa Russia with 20000 roubles belonging to his employer Dispatches jti9t received from Massowa stoto that a largo quantity of gunpowder exploded In tho mngazino nt that place tho other ovoning killing soven Italian soldiers and wounding forty llvo others fifteen of whom aro seriously and perhaps fatally injured Collector Ward has notified tho Grand Trunk local superintendent at Point Ed- Â¬ ward Out and tho captain of tho ferry transfer that Canadians must not bo brought over to Port Huron Mich to work in the car shops Tho Canadians aro pro- Â¬ testing vigorously Stemo Chittenden who committed sui- Â¬ cide near Lancaster Pa the other night was for many years a lawyer of largo practice in Now York city Ho had been for a long time peculiar in his habits and never associated with tho other occupants of the building in which his office was located A terrible conflagration visited Witepsk in northern Russia destroying 413 dwell- Â¬ ing und business houses tho police offices six school buildings and a bank Thousands of persons aro rendered homeless and many lost their lives In their efforts to escape tho flames Tho loss is stated at 2000000 roubles Cholera is rapidly spreading in Sicily and the virulent character of tho disease is at- Â¬ tested by tho fact that out of 200 cases in Catania 140 havo already been fatal Great alarm is felt at Naples owing to tho ar- Â¬ rival of largo numbers of fugitive Sicilians at that place and a great clamor is raised for a quarantine New has been received from Henry M Stanley to the effect that on tho route from Leopoldvllle to Lonkolcla ho experienced considerable trouble with his men on ac- Â¬ count of tho senrcity of provisions Mr Stanley himself was ill from tho effect of tho heat but expected to reach the conflu- Â¬ ence of tho Congo and Aronhonlm rivers by June 0 where he intended to await the ar- Â¬ rival at Tippoo Tib from Stanley Falls with men and provisions A special from Philadelphia says tho Baltimore Ohio railroad has given orders to stop engineering work on the lines of survey between New York and Baltimore There is a rumor to tho effect that tho Rending will in tho future give tho Balti- Â¬ more Ohio proper facilities for the trans- Â¬ action of its New York business Tho resignation of W C Quincy general manngcr of the Pittsburgh Lake Erio railway is announced nnd is a profound surprise in business circles in which Mr juincy was recognized as ono of the fore-Â¬ most railroad executives in the country Tho resignation takes effect immediately Mr Qumcy will bo connected with the iron Lnughlius Pittsburgh firm of Jones Sir Henry Holland Secretary for tho British Colonies replying to a question in the House of Commons said that tho troubla had arisen between tho natives of Mctta kaptla and tho government of British Columbia Tho Indians had made overtures to the government at Washington for permission to settlo in Alaska but the Dominion government was advised that no encouragement would bo given them by the United States authorities The matter was entirely within the responsibility of the Do- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ NEWS NOTES SOUTHERN AGRICULTUIIALMr Blalno is still in Scotland but is exÂ¬ pected to return to London within a few labor IN THE SOUTH days Before leaving London for Ireland What Is i - In Flvo States for Skilled and Unskilled Labor Apropos of the fitful discussion about the condition of laborers and tho price of labor in tho South an in Â¬ quiry has been made ns a part of a general inquiry into wages to ascer- Â¬ iald Five Southern States woro selected North Carolina Geor- Â¬ gia Tennessee Alabama and Missis Â¬ sippi and personal letters were sent to trustworthj persons some white sonic black in every count in these States Tho first inquiry made was What wages are paid in your com- Â¬ munity for ordinary unskilled labor Forty fivo answers havo boon re- Â¬ ceived from Tennessee 42 from North Carolina 54 from Georgia 61 from Mississippi and 42 from Alabama tain tho facts UNSKILLED LABOR Some answers give the wages by tho day and soino by the month classified Dunn knowing that his cntiro seventy acres would bo swept away in a fow days and his corn aud other crops would soon bo at tho morcy of the post ho set about to check their ravages Having 125 hogs of his own and bor- Â¬ rowing all his neighbors hogs num Â¬ bering about 150 he turned all of them into the pasture and when thoy struck the worms tho rapidity with which they disappeared was wondorful For twelve hours tho hogs hold high car-Â¬ nival and did not leave tho worm dis- Â¬ trict for clover wator or any other purpose until every worm had been devoured Tho lino of march of tho worms was quite distinct not a sprig of clover to bo found whero the worms had passed Mr Dunn says ditching is a p irtial protection but nothing is so effective as a drovo of Eat them out is the romedy hogs and hogs will do it and grow fat Farmers1 Home Journal Peach Culture in Florida Alachua County is boyond doubtv the home of the peach in Florida There are several leading varieties grown here which arc prolific bearers and the fruit of which brings the most prices remunerative Prominent among these aro the Peonto which has frequently sold in the early markets at nine dollars per dozen or sovonty fivo cents per peach and the Honey or Both of these ripen very Kennard early and are very luscious fruit Thoy are hardy and vigorous growers espe- Â¬ cially adapted to our soil and climate One of our peach growers who has shipped more than one thousand boxes of oranges will also ship this season as many cases of excellent peaches to say nothing of his LeConte pears Japan persimmons grapes straw- Â¬ berries and other small fruits But a few years since an aged man broken down in fortune and in health came here and entered largely into peach culture Success has attended his efforts and to day ho is in easy and comfortable circumstances It is true that he also cultivates the orange grape banana Japan persimmon Le- Â¬ Conte pear and other fruits but his eminent success may be attributed to the peach which began to yield him an income the second year Another remarkable thing connected with the growing of tho peach here may be found in the fact that there is never a total failure but invariably a fair crop is produced and the prices aro always remunerative The fact is wo raise as fine peaches as may bo found I have frequently seen them weighing from ten to fourteen ounces delicious in flavor beautiful in color and luscious as possible D H in Farm and Fire- Â¬ side field whoro thoy had gone was ao bar as if a firo had passed over It Mr it fc cwfl the replies fall into the following groups first liv he month X V Ttnn Ga Ala15 Mi 13 3 3 15 9 Average iicrmo f9tV 1114 8123J 51075 J1000 lltj thf day X C Tenn Ga Ala Mist 38 From 8 to Less than More 10 9 3 than flO 12 18 21 Less than fl Jl or more 18 striking correspondence between the I 92 P2 fllB 5103 5103 AVgepcrilay It will be observed that there is a 3 12 12 12 21 0 9 15 3 - fy a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ferdinand It is doubtful however if this movement or indeed everything else that Bulgaria can do short of nullifylnc tho action of tho Sobranjo and giving Ferdi nand his conge will havo the effect to pla cato the Czarsgovcrnmcnt whoso manifest object is to keep the Bulgarian wound open tearing it afresh whencvor it shows signs of healing Austin Corbin tho banker aud railroad president was assaulted by a reporter at Manhattan Beach a fow days ago and was struck several times on tho head and face causing the blood to low Ho grappled with and disarmed his assailant and wne administering a pummelling to him when employes interfered and separated them Tho troublo grow out of the fact that tho reporter had been discharged from a New York paper at tho instnnco of Mr Corbin for alleged unfair treatment of Manhattan Beach in certain articles ho was writing about Couoy Island Mr Corbin owns most of tho property at tho Bench Hon William McDougal who has mado a special study of tho subject stated to a United Press correspondent that ho believed all tho Canadian provinces except one or perhaps two and four fifths of tho population aro ready to voto for unre Â¬ stricted commercial intercourse with tho United States Moses Speight Grntz Smith Henry Barn hard nnd Frederick Wesley tho four in mates of tho HouHo of Rofugo Now York City tbA oldest of whom is seventeen years old havo been indicted for murder in tho first degreo Speight killed Kooper Colo und it is alleged that thu others woro in a conspiracy with Speight to kill tho keeper und effect tliolr oscnpo Tho now Bulgarian Cabinet just formed is as follows M H tori off prosidont of the Council and u Interim Minister of Fi iianooj M Natchovlcs Minister of Foreign Affairs M TczontuUoff Minister of Public Instruction M Htrouskoy Minister or thu Interior Majot Pot rot off Minister of War All plitlcal prisoner havo boon ordered to Â¬ Â¬ few know the profits or loss on a single crop and whether their hogs cattle horses and mules have been a source of gain or absolute loss Oc- Â¬ SKILLED LABOR What casionally you find a fnrmer who car-Â¬ Tiie answers to the questions are the wages in your community paid ries out business methods on his farm minion for skilled labor such as carpenters and all such farmers you will find not Tho now Ministry formed in Bulgaria by fall into the only progressive but prosperous Mr masons and machinists M Stainbuloff is in its political tendency express wages G T Ridley near McKonzie Tenn moderately Liberal aud tho Bulgarian following groups which X C Tenn Ga Ala Mttn one of this latter class gives the fol-Â¬ statesmen indulge in tho hope that its ap rsrdav 18 12 lowing statement of his wheat crop 15 27 15 S3 or less pointment will mollify Russia somewhat in or moro 5250 her attitude toward tho accession of Prince 18 IB 24 this season 15 3 than2 Avpcrdny More than 5250 52a3 5240 5225 5231 5345 3 15 9 G average wages per day and the ago wages per month reported from each State This is in fact a striking confirmation of the nccuracj of the Tints monthly wages in averages North Carolina aro a little lower than in any other State and so are tho daily wages The next lowest is Mississippi woro day wages average 92 cents and monthly wages 10 Alabama shows a little higher average in both Tennessee shows the highest average in daily wages reported although in wages those the reports of month from Georgia are higher than those A fair general from Tennessee average of all the States is between 10 and 11 a month and about a 1 a day This would seem to indicate that the average unskilled laborer in these States works not moro than eleven days in a month But this dif- Â¬ ference is partly explained by the fact that as a rule when wages are paid daily board is excluded and when paid monthly board or rations are in- Â¬ cluded A little more than 10 a month the year round and rations is about a fair summary of all the an- Â¬ swers In a great many if not in most cases a house or shanty is also included So that board and lodging and from 10 to 11 is the average pay for the day laborer in these States The fact that Tennesseo and Georgia make better showings than the rest of the States and that Mississippi and North Carolina fall lowest in the list finds confirmation in the fact that in Tennessee and Georgia and to a less extent in Alabama there arc more towns and manufactures than in North Carolina and Mississippi and that diversified industry has increased wages aver- - B IA I w Profits in Wheat Culture Very few farmers keep accounts of their crops or tho cost of iaising any kind of live stock For this reason A 1 15 STATEMENT Â¬ This table presents one or two curÂ¬ Mississippi for instance ious results which shows the lowest average pay to unskilled shows the highest average Next comes pay to skilled labor Tennessee then Alabama then North Carolina and Georgia stands at tho foot of this list of averages A proba Â¬ ble explanation is that the industrial activity in Georgia has drawn thither or developed a very large supply of certain classes of skilled labor and that in tho absence of such activity and advertising in Mississippi thoro is a much smaller supply Many correspondents havo taken tho troublo to explain that carpenters rc ccivo lower wages in some communi- Â¬ ties much lower than engineers or Tho foregoing oven than masons embrace all classes of skilled tables labor It will bo noticed that there- is a much wider rango of variety in tho pricos paid skilled than in the prices paid unskillod labor Tho impression mado on tho reader of all those an Â¬ swers in detail is that wlillo tho price of unskilled labor is and has beon nearly stationary tho pricos for skilled labor aro very variablo and are on tho St Louis Globe Democrat incroaso - 23 acres total 3C8 bush at flOc 220 80 EXPENSE b Catting and binding Threshing 3fi8 bush i Extra help in hauling and threshing Interest on value of 23 acres 30 Total expense HreaUinR harrowing soaking drilling 540 00 20 20 27 CO 6 85 4 14 593 TO 5122 01 Netprotlt Mr Ridle was offered 5 per aero cash rent the land to be cropped in cotton corn etc Ho thinks his land and improvements 50 per cent better off with 32 cents per acre to his credit Less than 1G bushels which turns out 583 per acre would not bo very profitable Farmers Home Journal HERE AND THERE Tho recent advance ip tho cotton market is believed to bo largoly specu- Â¬ Remedy for Army Worm who lives a fow Air Henry Dunn was miles north of Gallatin Tenn mado very unoay by thu sudden ap contains ljfi pagos of nauios numbering Ih all irMSIU and iudlcuWittf u population or ttMUl0 roWHS ami VJ0 JoHtwen bo rolowsoil by M HtorlofT Tho Nmw York city dlroolory just Issued TIhIi tiro tt0 Hmith lbOO JWUMli HOVRlrv urood poarnnpoof cut worms or army worms In Ills seventy norn clover Hold lust spring Tho worms started lu their ravages up hill on both sldosof a small branch jiml cleaned every groou thing Within twenty a thoy mured along four hours thoy hud completely do The ItvoyeU twelve ftvrey of clover -- lative and duo to tho immediate de Â¬ mands of tho manufacturers tho crop prospects boing thus far favorablo to a good yield Section nino of tho law establish- Â¬ ing tho now Collogo of Agriculture and tho Mechanic Arts in North Caro Â¬ Every studont in this col lina says lego shall bo required to take n courso of manual training or labor Tho fortillzormon missed a clinnco of a lifotimo by not boing on hand after tho recent Louisville firo pro Â¬ posed to catch tho millions of gallons of tobacco julco that flowed out from tho wet tobacco through tho guttora into tho sowers Southwest Texas boa repontly passed from tho severest drouth on record with thousands of dying stock to tho most universal luxmiunco nnd prosperity Truly Its vocuporutlve powers are most wonderful not ox reeded by wny of hor section of thu fc wriRff15i f 39 Sazel Green Herald vM SPENCEn COOPEIVPubllshor HAZEL GREEN WILLIE Mndamc AND KENTUCKY LOVE Report mo yo rascal crack crack crack came tho whip about his body and almost baro legs The paupor could only scream with pain Ho backed up in a fence corner and then crouched down buried his faco in his hands and arms whilo tho keen lash was laid upon his almost baro shoul dors lift- - o my neighbor Is very rich Her mansion is lurgo and ttie Dainties with her nre common food Hor drink is tho llnest wlno Our house is small our food is plain Im only a girl of twenty But Ive senso enough to feel and say Willie and love nro plenty Madnmo lives on her hoarded gold Shes rich whercvor you put her Wllllos a trade in his willing hnnds And works for our bread und butter In tho hummers heat and winters cold If weather bo tine or rough But I often say as he goes away Willlo and love are enough Youll report on me is for reportin on me crack came the whip spare flesh and clothing i s ir- Pino visitors come to Mndamos house They come in every season They dress and dine and dance and rido f And perhaps without any reason 1 envy them now and then nn hour For Im only a girl of twenty But only an hour and then I say Willie and love are plenty Would I give up Willie for Madamos gold My heart has a sudden fear At tho very thought and I softly say Forgive me the thought my dear For I know tho worth of an honest love Though Im only n girl of twenty And I say to myself Im very sure Willlo and love arc plenty Somo have fashion and wealth Somo have pleasure and changeable days Somo hnvo beauty und heulth I have a husband tender and true Though Im only a girl of twenty So I look at my ring and happily say Willie and love are plenty LUllt E Ilarr in X Y Ledger When tho table was reached there waa nothing on It he could eat He had watched his fathers pigs cat swill far more wholesome and palatable than tho mess boforo him Thcro wcro a fow broken loaves of dark corn bread cooked hard somo boiled pork and leaves of weeds which thoy colled greens will ye This The helpless creatures grabbed with Crack crack their hands ignoring tlio fow rusty tearing up tho knives forks and spoons thoy had A pieco of corn bread which had fallen to OF -- tho ground was picked up and given to XSA tho child but ho was really ill and Rivwc could not eat His face was flushed with fever and the pain in his side and back continued to increase My child is sick my child is sick said simplo Nancy taking tho boy in hor skinny arms Ill take him to bed Giggling she bore the little suf- Â¬ ferer to her miserable dirty cot and laid him upon it Now you will be well soon Where is sister Helen Oh sister why dont you come cried tho sick That sheep Is just as smart m the bell Â¬ wether but ho didnt have the bell on Old Jim Arnold wears tho big bell but Into all lives some sunshine comes YOULL KEPOItT ON MK WILL YE Does anybody else want to report he said looking around The old man had fallen upon the HELEN LAKEMAN on The Story of a Youngr Girls glo With Adversity BY JOHN B STCSICK Strugr-- Aornoa of Tits I3ankkr of nKDronD Walter Brownfield Etc Copyright 1836 by A N Kellogg Xewtpapcr C CHAPTKK XVII THF SUFFERINGS IN THK POOR HOUSE to- - ri f qull The unfortunate beings who are sent to tho poor house deserve the pity of tho entire human family They are always treated to the plainest coarsest food and wearing apparel and frequently not enough of that The poor house is usually let out b3 contract to the low- Â¬ est bidder and the contractor who takes it as a job tries to make the most out of his Job Poor house contractors arc not always humano men They often abuse their helpless victims and as they get so much per head for every member it is to their interest to have many and feed them as cheaply as possible In tho case of Bill Jones contract like many others it was what is some- Â¬ times called a political job Hill fur- Â¬ nished Arnolds man for collector of Who are you Amos asked revenue all the votes in his school They calls me foolish Nancy J district and Arnold who had elected aint so foolish as they think Its the county justice just as one or two because I larf but I larf when I cant men sometimes do elect every officer in help it Thores not bin here to make their county had Bill appointed poor- - any one larf an I guess ls got to do house keeper We fear the county larfin for all the others justices did not look to the interests of She paused because she was giggling those unfortunates who depend on them in a most hysterical manner After a for tho little comfort they require in few moments she said this world They did not study the an get Yod better come physiognomy of thoge brutal features suthin to eat cos they dont wait here or consider tho suffering he might on any body and again she fell to cause But they rather considered giggling until her distorted face was whether they would gain the most almost dark votes by appointing him or the benevolenAmos looked at that low open shed t-looking man recommended bv which answered for a dining room and his pastor as a suitable person Preach Â¬ saw those wretched creatures there ers are not usually good electioneers and struggling fighting and snatching at consequently their recommendations the food more like hungry dogs than nro hardly ever considered in the dis- Â¬ human beings and felt that he did not tribution of public patronage care to be among them But at this 41 Old Blaze can preach like blue moment Bill Jones passing the door they thought but he didnt said blazes Why dont you go to supper us to our office and ho cant do help Feeling sure he would displease the to re elect us any work Bill Jones and a gallon of cheap cruel man to refuse the child said Ill go sir Ill go whisky would carry more votes on He began to climb down from the election day than all the sermons Old Blaze might preach in six months so hard chair and with much difficulty they gave the poor house at Arnolds found his crutches Yell not git nothin to eat ef yero suggestion to Bill Jones whom wo goin to be that slow chuckled Bill find tho proprietor when littlo Amos Lakeman is entered bv order of Ar whoso grammar was as bad as his nold a pauper The little fellow sat morals The woman who had called herself for a long timo in his hard chair after simple Nancy was waiting for him her Ho was his piteous call for his sister silent now Thoso wretched creatures face distorted with a giggle come with me Come she said hail snarled at him like wolves when Ye shall be nvy boy 1 hod a littlo boy thoy heard him and it seemed as if they had claws with which to tear out like you once his eyes Ho could only groan ami Disgusting as this poor creature was sob whilo his flushed cheeks dried up Amos found that she was a beam of His tho tears beforo thoy fell He dared sunshine in that place of horror In her make no outcry though his head was infantile mind could distinguish so dizzy and his side pained him so less selfishness than was In many much that ho could scarcely maintain others Her mind dwarfed and clouded himself in his hard seat He saw other as it was had jet somo faint gleams of creatures around in tho yard who wore humanity and he accepted her proffered equally as wretched dirty and helpless friendship As he hobbled along on na those in his room Bill Jones with his crutches at her side ho linked in slhter here u largo whip more like a slave driver Yes yes Im your Mstor the than a poor house keeper was beating with a giggle nu old man because ho could not hou woman answered Im your ulster and mother both in the garden But my iMir Helen Is she hero Vui lazy dog ho thundered dyo Site The woman seemed puzzled think woro golu to keen y hero liken rellnuted In hil hlupllled way and then lord nudyo do nnthlnT Oh dont dont orhd tlm old with u giggle wliluh kMttiuud to dtiuldo Wan trying In escape lie keen hull of me manor sunn Oil YUtfOTYCJ yv4 1 mu your hUton U yo dont 111 report y tliuhl ground and lay there begging the brute to sparo his life Having satisfied himself tho brutal keeper desisted Tho poor houso stood off the main road and was completely isolated from any other farm There were never any visitors and consequently no danger of a witness to Bills brutality Supper was announced at last by tho ringing of an old cow bell and little Amos saw the wretched creatures whom he had held in such fear run Â¬ ning out of the house into a long low shed where there was a long table The table was made of rough oak boards on which were rude dishes bowls and plates of wood pewter tin and earth Â¬ enware all of the cheapest and coars- Â¬ est kind Around this rude table which was greasy and devoid of cover- Â¬ ing of any kind were hard backless benches for the paupers to sit upon Aint you goin to supper said a woman with an idiotic giggle as she peered in at tho door putting her dis torted face almost against the terrified child One side of her face was drawn and one eye almost closed from the effect of epileptic fits which produced partial paralysis and idiocy Where is supper asked Amos Over there an if you dont go soon theyll not be any left They eat a race said the simple woman gig- - iv not fool enough to follow him to purgatory for it Id rather bo right than be Jim Arnold I supposo you think youve got more sonso than nil tho rest of us put together said Will a little nottlcd I say Ivo got moro honosty than Jim Arnold Nobody but him stops to think about this matter at all Ho thinks and they all do as ho says Any ono who says Helen Lakenmu stolo that bracelet is a liar an I kin lick cm out o their boots Will did not fancy a fight with tho youthful Hercules To use Clarencos own simile ho was jest as strong as an ox Oh well yo neednt bo gettin on paid your muscle about this now young Taylor nobodys goiu to lighP about that gal I guess 1 am 1 dont think much o fightln only when I see a doggoned red- Â¬ headed freckled faco pup liko you boy trying to slander a poor girl who has I am Helon I am here said tho no protection I feel liko pulvorizin idiotic woman striving to console the him 1 am not trying to slander her little sufferer He fell into a feverish sleep and You lio what did you come hero awoke at midnight to find all darkness for with your idees and public senti- Â¬ and silence save the snoring of the ment Cuss public sentiment Its idiot on the floor having given up her hung many an honest man an lot ueu to mm ins lever was raging many a thief liko you an old Arnold high and he burned with thirst go Helen I want a drink Oh sister Youd better hush sister why dont you come Why Because youd bettor his face CIIAPTEIt XVIIL growing redder rUUIJO SENTIMENT Thero exists a peculiar abstract non- Â¬ Im spoiliu for a fight blast you I Will looked up the lane and was called public sentiment We hard Â¬ entity ly know how to define it It seems to be the not a little relieved to see a no less per general running of minds in one direc- Â¬ sonage man judge Arnold coming tion Usually there are one or two per- Â¬ down the lano on horseback Tho in every community neighbor Â¬ Judge rode his old sorrel pacing mare sons hood or society who are local magnets and his short roan whiskers wero ele-Â¬ and draw about them a class of inferior vated He was on his way to Newton persons who follow their thoughts and to see the prosecuting attorney and arc said to be molders of public senti- Â¬ help work up tho case which was to ment If they are right public senti- Â¬ be heard by the justice tho following ment is right if wrong public senti- Â¬ Monday Thero comes somebody said Will ment is wrong Tho great niolder of public sentiment in the Sandy Fork considerably relieved that you wont neighborhood was Judge Arnold He dare talk that way to was authority on all questions either Ill talk that way to any livin social or political and when ho took a man fcaid Clarence perfectly furious stand the other people or a majority Thats Judge Arnold now if ho at least were sure to be with him The wants my opinion on the case he can very fact that the Judgo had filed com- Â¬ have it Judge Arnold said Will plaint against Helen Lakeman charg Â¬ The Judge reined in his horso and was ing her with grand larceny enough to convince nearly every per Â¬ rode up to the fence corner Clarence was boiling with rage but son in the Sandy Fork neighborhood silent There was a smilo on tho that she was guilty Shes a poor girl said Mr Taylor Judges face for ho felt that his plans when discussing the matter with his wero all working to perfection Ho family but then she has fallen It is was no hypocrite but tho embodiment not the first girl who has fallen The of business and justice Well boys said he how do you temptation was great and she was weak The Judge was perhaps a littlo too both do This is a nice morning Yes said Will his face beaming severe on her 1 dont pity her much Clarenco said Mrs with a triumphant smile Taylor she was always a little stuck says he can givo you his opinion on tho up I thought and it may bo this will Lakeman case lower her a notch or two Helens pretty face had caused many to envy her The prevailing opinion was that she was guilty Not a voice save Clarence Stuarts and her attor Â¬ neys was raised in her defense Clar Â¬ ence was loud in his protestations of her innocence He tried in every way he could to get his brothers address so that he might write to him but his father was careful that he should not have it Im HOME FARM AND QAIMHW Salt Is said to be a pretenttTt fer the damaging onion maggot Keep your old geeee for breeding during next season as eggs from young geeso do not hatch well Roses of all kinds delight in high living and sunshine you can not starve thorn Into their best behavior Wcoding tho fruit plantation and vcgotablo bods means simply a bettei growth and an incroascd crop You want both Do not locate any woll where it will have soakago from low ground barnyards cesspools or privlos is the good advico of tho Now York Witness Tho uso of tho digging fork in- Â¬ stead of tho spado ought to bo much moro gcnoral than it is for garden work as moro than doublo tho work can be dono with it in tho samo time and with half the labor Surpriso Cako Ono cup of sugar ono half cup of butter ono cup of sweot milk ono egg ono tcaspoonful of soda two tcaspoonfuls of croam ol tartar and stir in flour to mako tho consistency of common cako mixture Exdiange A wiso paront can not afford to troat with impatience or intolerance oven tho crude or foolish opinions of his child If so tho strong presump- Â¬ tion would bo that tho paront was wrong whethor tho child was or not D D Updcgraff inFriendsy Expos- Â¬ itor Apple Meringue Slico stale cako and lay at tho bottom of tho baking dish half full if ono likes Fill with sifted stowed apples well flavorod with any flavoring preferred Heat tho whites of four eggs with half a pound of whito sugar Drop this icing in spoonfuls over tho pudding placo in tho oven and bake a light brown Toledo Blade 11 A 4 JI ii 1 Of light bread French Rolls dough tako as much as will mako ono loaf Work into this ono egg ono heaping tcaspoonful of lard two of white sugar Sot in a warm placo to rise Whon light work down knead again whon very light and puffy roll out Cut with biscuit cutter Whon raised bako twonty minutos in quick oven Farm Field and Stockman Effervescing Lemonade Tho juice of a lemon half a pint of cold water a dessert spoonful carbonate of castor sugar havo a small tcaspoonful car- Â¬ bonate of soda squeozo tho juice from tho lemon strain and add it to tho water and sweeten tho wholo with tho sugar whon woll mixed put In tho soda stir well and drink whilo tha mixture is an effervescent state Cleve- Â¬ land Leader To euro diarrhoea in fowls tako now milk say half a cup for each fowl heat an iron poker or any suit- Â¬ able pieco of iron red hot and and scorch tho milk with it givo as warm as tho fowl can stand it It is a suro euro for looseness in calves colts or humans and will ohock looseness in Givo it to fowls with a spoon fowls let it run down tho roof of tho mouth so that it will not got in tho windpipe Troy Times vi ij a A A ence Will Taylor grinned Will was a red headed freckle faced youth of about Clarences own age and Clar- Â¬ ence was ready to whip him for two cents When Will grinned ho was a most hideous person to behold His teeth were large and faco sharp Yo cant buck agin public senti Â¬ ment Clarry said Will Public Clarence was plowing in the field one day when Will Taylor son of Mr John Taylor the farmer whose farm joined Mr Arnolds passed down the lane Will was one of those iudohmt fellows who enjoyed sitting on the fence and talking on any subject better than work Well Clarry theyve got that gal in jail yet fcaid Will when he had made Clarenco pull up in the fence corner and stop his team It was only a day or two after the visit of tho young farmer and his sister to Helen and the youth was in no amiable mood Its all a blamed lie said Clar- Â¬ Uvlim sentiment is agin her and shes sure to be convicted I dont care a cent for public senti Â¬ ment Will shes innocent Again Will grinned triumphantly People are jist like sheep said Clarence Thems always a bell Â¬ wether that all tho rest foller If you want them to go through a gateway and the bell wether starts another di Â¬ rection then every dnggon sheep goes after him Its Jlstso with people Old Jim Arnold is the bell wether and al Â¬ though reason and humanity says lies gone wrong nvcry fool will follow him Now sometimes you sen n sheep thats got more sense than th helMvothcr He sues green gnuu to the right wild gut thero It makes no dlllei enco how miiiih the old bitlNwuthitr may ring hi Von nail that tthcep bell and blent tubboru und contrary but hvtt right Farmers must bo governed by tho What circumstances around them thoy may do this year at a profit cir- Â¬ cumstances may mako impossible next year or mako it a loss to do it a second timo Tho most successful farmer is the ono that can uso his surroundings to tho best advantage You should CLAKKNCK AND THK JUPOE catch on to ovcry favorablo circuin Tho Judge smiled as though ho know stanco that surrounds you and mako already what tho youthful Horcules tho most of it for this is what many thought in the matter and then said times makes tho difference botween a You will hear Squire Bluffers opin- Â¬ profit or loss at tho closo of tho years ion on it next Monday reckoning Yes said Clarence unable to con- Â¬ POINTS FOR LADIES tain himself longer an you will hear Mies too a precious lot o intei pstlng Thins That Erorjr Wide Awnlti Woman Wants to Know I didnt know you wero going to bo Neapolitan straw bonnets havo been a cool- Â¬ a witness said the Judge with rovived ness that comes by experience Sowing machine Bilk grenades nre The youth was dashed not a littlo at again in style the wit of tho Judge and Will Taylor Silk dresses nre exceedingly fashion laughed immoderately able again I will not bo a witness Judgo Laco dresses aro exceedingly popular Arnold said Clarence but there will this season be enough thero to lie that poor girl Stylish young ladies are favoring tho into the criminal court you need not gypsy bonnet fear Fine steel embroidery is fashionablo Oh I have never had any fears in and expensive the matter said the Judge coolly I White and gold is a fashionablo com- Â¬ am not scared oven now lie a time when you will bination for ovening woar Thero will Whito moire has been much used be said Clarence this month for brides dresses When will that be Ribbon trimmings nro much used on When you como to die and tho con Â¬ laco and muslin dresses sciousness of tho many crimes you havo Tho bishop sloovo is a prominent committed will open the gates of a feature in somo of tho now gowns smoking hell to your eyes Thon French hats called Trianon are blackest of all will stand out tho per Â¬ worn with Mario Antoinette tollots jury you committed when you sworo Soft cloth hats in English walking that innocent girl stole that bracelet hat shapo with sloping crown and The Judge sat stern ami uutcrrifiuda rolled brim are imported by New moment ami then said York hatters and tailors for ladled I think you had either hotter go to preaching or to a lunatic asylum I am wear with traveling costumes and for in a hurry however mid can not wait to boating or tennis Althought faille francalse and faille hear the real of your harangue Como over to Newton Monday und givo It to diichonnQ are the favorite materhls for Squire Bluffers It may help your girl rich toilets stripes of satin or wolre aro used beneath the beaded orna out The Judge rode down tho lane Will monU on these dmnswi at the garni show to tatter advantaat went buck home and Clarence resumed lure mounted on a glwwy fuuHdaUofeJt hU work t WWW to n coktim uku II ft A i Lf i 4 iXK3 jJ rtMHeBreHeValeV awtitjaliiijLiiiiiiir-r--ttsil- l I leiiiliiiMiUiiigMses Wtt I Hazel Qeeen Heeald WlUSHaD BY 6PBHOEB COOPER THE ELECTION OF1HOIAL UWivMHlUll GJ it kr tl rr is every prospect for it it will supply Lexington for all time to come Several years ago tho writer visited this cavo and was struck with tho destruction that its roof and walls indicated Large rocks bang in the roof without seeming sup- Â¬ port and tho walls arc ovcry where marked with fissures that show the work Natural gas had of 1 terrible explosion not been discovered or dreamed of at tho time of our visit to this place but we are now convinced that thero a supply of natural gas sufficient to supply Lex Â¬ ington for all time and all purposes may be had Tho co3t to nioko the same observation tho writer did will amount to nothing and then thoso visiting the placo can determine whether it bo worth whilo to sink 1 well In all candor we beliovo thero is gas to bo found there and we hope tho Lexington Chamber of Conunerco will lmvo an investigation made There arc doubtless others now living in Lexington who have visited tlie placo we speak of and they will verify all we havo said of it Stinato nnil Ifuuio Uclow wo give tho official vote of Wolfe sTENCER COOPER county tho official vote of the 31th Senato rial district official volo and majorities of KY all tho counties reporting as compiled from HAZEL GREEN press time we the city papers At August 12 1S87 Ihickncrs majority theestimated go to15000 is at but the official count may change these fig the enterprising citizens of Lexing Â¬ urno a thousand or so If ton will take i little pains fo investigate Hon It M Tieratt is Scimtor elcst by n thev can find lotli an abundance of oil majority of 208 and JaineH M Oliver goei and a supply of natural gas in the vicin- Â¬ to the Legislature with a inujority of ity of that city On the Rced placo on OFFICIAL VOTK OK WOLFK tlie Uarrodsburg pike and nearly oppo ito the old Ingles place now owned hy Hart Gibson Esqr we believe there js a cave An entrance into tins cavo H e m p ii w t b and an examination of tho subtcraneffn surroundings will convince tho most S3 o c r T cepticnl that gas or oil may be had for A the boring and we incline to tho belief o that it will be gas If found and there piirlod lar VOTOFWOLFB COUNTV And of tho Tith S iiatlnl District Alo omdnl Itatunm oC nil CountloM lie a t iBiKrAAEErTtrifnrwiHrjiK STKMaBiiijHIVLW iflRffM JiHJwnBiZaRfiLK S EJ8na Friday tLBHjKJSCIuP inP 35WjgaL ifki I w mm Jm9KK Â¬ Mimifjifiturms of Hst lOnmisn Stent fjirmilnr and Lonor aMl Jnsa OaWSP xias fPaiesm SW g r m 1W W Files Glimmers Swages Emery Wheels Leather and Gum Belting Our Circular Snw stmtil utthe liojul of tho market nit thulr ineiitH hi wot Uuinusilv touhuoHH and oliiitiiclty of tumpur and quality ol stool Also a lull lino of lrencli IIiuiU Suwrt In Htock of our uivti Importation Work fully warranted and isawsi am m J fiK stw 1 bk P - ALSO DEAMItS IK - 11 B 0- SAWS for SPECIALTY LARGE CIRCULAR Prices Send A Trice List with Bent Discounts at Rock Bottom - Wfc ir All orders sent to J T and will have our best attention rMiwnwmnMMnnnHmiMraiwn F Day Hazel Green Ky for new work or savs for repair will be promptly forwarded to us mVlly 7 Vine and 86 Water Streets CINCINNATI O Zti2CtZ wm -- H I Metcalfe Bradleys majority 252 and tlie county of Monroe gives him 559 Republi can gains Montgomery Buekner majority 21 I ox A 2tiH M O w or w W r o w -- j w -- 1 c c 00 o -- pjouons a s -- Muhlcnburg Bradley 1172 Buekner 1313 Nicholas Official vote Buekner 1109 Bradley 708 Fox 222 Local option car ried by 181 majority in Carlisle precinct Ohio Bradleys majorily 111 Owen Buekner 20J0 majority Fox Trtlneki Bradleys majority 1086 got 202 votes Scottr 232 100 votes Â¬ oil 0 C5 i I fSSSjrii -- Lit is wi 50 ti jAoipwn o a -- Russell Bradleys majority is 71 Buckncrs majority over Bradley 771 -- ouI xoT -- u i svp N Silencer Backner Bradley 337 Fox 38 0 en 0 tc -- -- 1 w 1 -- j - nmjiCjcr l kk iv Taylor Bradleys majoity 47 Trimble Buekner 2j Bradley 172 Fox CO U 10 SjisggSSSil 13 W loa0 -- dnopjop n m IT 7 AV AV w h3 o 0 so I 1 r is ft i -- 1 lIlMil tl citsocj-co-- no l 51 O Zi 01 MMgM5i fw pooAvj y -- dsuJtirr uwsor Washington Bradleys majority 325 Whitley Bradlevs majority 10J5 Woodford Buekner 1201 Bradley 1077 Mercer Buekner 1200 Bradley 1111 Fox 003 ProhibitiouiRt elected Representative Accordinir to the best estimate that can now be made the complexion of the next General Assembly will show HOUSK 4V col o tswiwcMM sj inworr t d Democrats Republicans Labor Prohibition Total HKXATK 09 27 1 o I c Vi to ca Said a great man but why afflict the dog if he dont need it Yet many persons read an almanac where various diseases arc described and symptoms given that will almost convince a WELL man that he is AWFULLY out of whack and they are ready to buy Something to Take regardless of real NEED A diseased liver is the seat of That tired nervous restTenths of the diseases of the ilesh less feeling that goes to bed with you and gejs up as promptly as the rooster crowing and sticks closer than a brother tells vou that vou NEED something to overcome it A nasty aloe coated pill makes you gag to THINK of it You cant bear the THO UG1IT of it Now listen We havent any great discovery by Indians but we have a SMALL sugar coated Pellet that the most delicate may take a combination of VEGETABLE remedies the work of one of the best educated Physicians in this country a formula that we will give any Physician desiring it If you NEED a LIVEll Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ f 10 hA1l d -- 1 I 1 100 till trythoae 8Sf r i The total number of sheep in Wolfe vounty is reported nt 41 Gl whilo in 1ourbon county thero are 8054SO This order of ailaira should be reversed and wcro it bo Wolfo county farmers would ho tho most independent of any in Ken- Â¬ tucky Certainly if it pays to raise sheep on land in Bourbon tho cash value of which id 0000 per acrorit ought to bo a mofitablo business on Wolfo county land tho cnh value of which is only 8fi0 per aero Tho lands of our county are bolter adapted to sheep culture than agricultural purposes and to raise them would surely not require as much labor as tho present system of dig dig neither would it bo so destructive to land Every farmer tan have a mine of wealth at his own door if ho will and if he does not do so ho only is to blame The wool of a sheep will more than pay for it- keep and the increase will be an income eaeii year more profitable than farm product- 3W tCj flO h- lOS40MIjr dUX AV ia o 1 10 m -- 1 to C -- 1 tii -- j vj o - f Rcpuhiicans Total DcmocratH 32 0 33 Suld by all Merchants- - C P CALVERT d3 GO CINCINNATI O Proprietors V iS 2 S -- gcS 3 to I i J Jnof jiit d uT rr C tuk3 ELECTION Vhnt ECHOES the Inpor Havo to Say About tln lichult S3iyssI- 3 poiairaf 5 yl SjIiSeSil I I w SI ri -- I VI iSS t i 1 - o ci 5 o VlH -- d P wosnavns iaqJoo II a i rv Dem Buckncrs Owensboro1 Iurjtiirei majoritv mav be anvwherr between aoin t ami 1000 but the tormcr tiures will probably be nearer the mark While nre reported in teitaiu ioc ilUUs losses have been the rule mid it is manifest that the mnjovitv vhile respectable will not be half what it might and should have been Â¬ Dcino-ciatu-gain- iyiJaifAvpJ 5 WW lltfltl uftilU i I YT CW TL it if rmnarsB M lUllUltiif f t3 1 - V l 13 w tii w w iv w fliJiX d MT STEELING EY tc I 3h I oaqiff LT Ci v co o n z t 01 ISMO1Mfll 1 plUUOij tv Jl ir of our county is a can come didate for Sheriff lie was in town sev Â¬ OlI to - co p rf i M c- i I janf V fVC mmmwiiiiimiijii ifuiMMivmff imRKfviiJiiwMvrvwrnxMiuuiMwwwKunimi rwriDnwTiwiiwiw co o toeoii eral days this week J fe is one of our jj Pailneah NeH Dem When the whole State is heard from it will be found that the Having served two ve ry best eition m let o t 13 nniriiV itnrfv hnt liv default miiinlv dg jo terms as yherifl heretofore and making down It a feuMier its majorhv lie run unit of tlie best Slier ills the county ewr in Kentucky had warrants us in saying we could not j Hunia3tooQ T co ta w o to do better than select him as our next Tht Pom ierOw ensboro Messenger Dem O - ibis jo Sheriff His honesty general moral c lournal on Wednesday could see iiotlum to 01 w vi 01 i 13 ii character and good business qualities m indieato that ImeknerS majority would be 3r aru too well known to need any comments inaterinlly less than Clevelands UlUOO On jstuuSy from us as we can cheerfully and in all Tliursdav it mm come to me coueiuiiou mm it wouldbe about 2100U It i very evident vaudor say that they aro good l i ri--- -roiit- - oinint tiirimii H it will be considerably less and theres X that g5go i5itc no use trying to hold baclc tlie facts Lexington and Fayette countv on MonOfflclnl Vote 3 lth Senatorial District day the first of August voted 200000 IIoprnivillc South Keiituckian Dem imOWX The PIKIIATT to tho Kentucky Union railroad and Repabliciaiis are much ehued over 787 08i the result in the county but the victory thero can now bo no doubt about the Mnirofiin 483 735 they have won is not the result of party building of that road as they must build Rreathitt 1289 783 oluifion uaiiiB but of Democratic iiidilTercnee There money It Moruan it to Jackson to sccuro this 6 17 1120 one lesson by the election Tlie 370 is at least will run somewhero in tho neighborhood Wolfe 710 colored brother although he may not choose C01 2fiS of Campion aud bo of great benefit to Owsley to bo a Democrat is setting tired of being a 1S5 4W this county llowover it appears that Lee Kepublician and will be harder to control 201 51 work wiU not begin until the abovo vote Moncfee in the future than ever before What this 321 310 Powell may lead to is however a aubicct of specu U ratified by tho Legislature which can lation but to sum up the rcbiilta ol the late Work will then not bo until December 52G2 M70 unpleasantness we find that Christian in begin next spring majority 208 Pieratta still a Republican county ami there is also a minor that the Dutch have takeu Holland o6tf Tho SUito t targe The editor of tho Lexington Drum- Â¬ 702 Audersoa Buokncr 121G Bnidly Lagrange Owl Dem The Owl supported mer has our thanks for tho interest ho ESTAnUBUED 1827 It ti bow ncorlr si years since this medfeina was offered as r Gen BucKiier not from any admiration of Has taken to enrich us Even though it Fox 105 remedy for Worms and from that time It 100 majority Adair Bradley Mm mnn hut hnciuiso he represented ideas renutatlun hu atmulilv lnrrrjixl until at soniefi liko tho buildings of castles in Batli Buokner 175 minority tho piotent dT it la almott niitversnlly ncknowleduwl throughout nearlr all tiArt of thn vrnrhl tn ha i i of government that arc best suited to perthe air it makes ona feel awful good to errian remtdu- Worm OonfoctlonH made more for tho purrxwa of pluasliiK tho palato than of orercomlnir tbe Bueknera innjority is 028 made Barren petuate the free institutions that have dlsoo liaTo bcon inanufaeturod all oror the country i but tbelr short lease of Ufa la nearly eihauMed and contemplate it If by any contingency CarrollOfficial Buekner 12G4 Bradley this the grandest nation on earth If the other canso than trornt and tpatmt aro most frequently the result of thowi hidden sappors and miners When we ahould realize on our cave we will 505 Fox U0same sentiment had guided the true Demothey aro irrltnblo and roTeriih sometimes cravlntr food and oatlnir rarenously again refusing wholesome diet MU majority Bracken Buekner toxins rcttloisly in eloep moaning and grinding tho tooth then bu assnrod these symptoms are Indication of reimburse friond Polk by purchasing cracy of the State Uuckners majority would rrunua Butler Bradley GOO majority Fox gets be 60000 but Imckncr was surrounded by Hazel Green Uany A holploss hii svstem of fire alarm for child has boon laid In 100 votes military halo that misguided his frisndu a tho grnre when tho Clark Buekner 75 majority and misicu men oi oeucr juugmciu ui disease which caused Its death has bovu en Christian Buekner 1603 Bradley 2040 Alkueu Combs Esqr tho onergetic personality rested on a title coming from a tlrely misunderstood and when worms have really been tho causo It has been proyed beyond cavil that worm9 Ucfunot government And his property in and efficient member Hoard of Equaliza Â¬ Crittenden Bradley 300 majority lst In tho human system from earliest Infanoyheref oro parents cspeclally nothtrt who aro moro constantly with their children cannot bo too oborrlng of tho jlmt Buvmtoma ofuvmtXoT so surely as they exint they can Cumberland Bradley 417 mujontr 1 terests belong iu another State Bueknera tion fortius district has placed us under be soclv and fpwm ronio vod from tho mont dclicaU Infant by the timely use of BAFahnestocktf Vennlf uga Bradley 1397 ox majority is rcducod but there is now a clear Daviess Buekner 2639 Physicians do not hesitate to recommend It and uso It In their practice and many of the most eminent of tho obligations for n Report of tho Board or firofewlon from allnartaof thoconntrvteslifr to Its unlfonn unrwwi InriMtnavaniia it hm t majority of 60000 DcmocraU In Kentucky qusntly been glypn to children as a safo purgatlo not iitptctlng the causo of Uio Illness and large qusntlilos Equalization for Bession 1887 We have listill Small majority for Bradley of worms were discharged and Immediate relli atiumit urrntcanuonmu be used by orury purchaf er to one be and to oxamlno evorv not yet hud time to examine tho work nt it ino name oi Fayetto Backner 3503 Bradley 2252 Fox liiMti TCnrc rinm Onr nobln bird id nothi own tudiro Inmust sense closely and carefully tobottln ho huiInitials art BnmpioFaHMESTOCX rAiiNKsrocK issufficient lie seo that the look and be eatUA will in tho course of a week or so 223 but stricken with ill health and his somewhat NBW FUIUJCMH IIOWAKD CO MO Fleming Buekner 160 majority ami give oar reader the bonofit of tho Cakhbidox Up IUSt attempt to crow resuneu in n severe Uriin J E Schwarta A Co iHttitmrv Pn Fahntwtock Verml Bradley 100 majority Itavlnff osod the original Tit GrayHou III II htlll flx CCnOr- - rr nlmtam TTo OmtfmtiA I havo used somo of that mart oxcellcnt fugo in ray practice for manyA years I have no Humiliation n rabnnstocks Vermifuge Official Buekner UU8 Bradley nlly Garrard a devil or a plight from Mou- - remedy desired effect I think your and found It to fancy In recommending It aa a remedy which la tafi havo tlie and in vcnulfutto can rtlitxhU 138 Fox 100 and tfftltnt in all eases whore a Vormltnge U uot safely be dispensed with in any family iiunuvm mu days ngrw pariiuuuiriy out this week needod uunnu- TIK3 H UAKDY M U winiiuiuiiuijaii Jimmio Svvango who is teaching the Grant Dom Stat ticket 400 minority Votfu vtiniml in Irnt Ililtl VOCESaOiU TO JK SCHWARTZ CO B A PahnestocK A Oo Fittsborg P Sole Iroprktors GravoH Bueknor 2330 Bradley 10D7 box Rod River school in thin county last is saiiH peur sans reprocho and huro he Friday brought to this office a spoeinion and ttn everything except siinds in hh llenry Dem State ticket 000 majority Mnnwhile th retippearanpo of gizzard of oro which contains- something that 075 ovr BradUy llarrlHoa Buokner this good fowl need not bo imintdiMely looks liko rtilvor or lead and besides J llckiiitin- - niioknur 775 majority llo has nntiofpiitcd Hff I out of Bortw when broken a wiow whlto subHtanco Joiwnnilni -- Buekner 1340 Bradloy 1120 exposed surface almost in Fox 100 JoniK Dom In uleted to the leg forms 011 tho Biididoklngnnd puking and nil that sort - DRALKR IN by lUritlf fllK insiuiili gwlogist beingÂ¬ UlHturo e- 71 u ou wmv u Buekner 880 HrmlUr CW JoxS l or tiling can i Laruwithout leave the nmuaging edi whoops up hcrncmistomed 40000 Loo Bradley majority 1W Hill ltw Keutuoky tor givoa It tis hiH opinion tlmt thin white elected IteprtmuiUtrve Irom Lee and hutul Domooratlo mftjorlty wo gently withdraw him from an unapprecinllvo public giuo and rfuliiUiioo in mi indication of cine ami HAZEL OREENr KENTUCKY to rooht bliw metallic iniratance in miu Dmdley 333 Fox 152 550 thi brittle Htato ticket mnjorlty of M U tho Btnto wofilt will only KEUM COHTANTIY ON HA HP A VU1L ASiOWrKWT OP gwrnL linmiDtfiih majority 80 VInrli0tcr Sun Hep The campaign la MHgoHin-lh-ttdl- eyrt jbiu 1111 lior mi can gTvo lilm month over Tho probability u tna ucu i ueKiiwr mad Clothlngj and Fanoy Dry Goods work in oK infiifiiif tho ore contimwl fn liuhllomi slii of 133 over the HnoUMwow jaeleotuil by a hhmi majority ruy uu mMihjI and If lie dow come we will 4Mr SuHwu Huokiwr mi Hmdley W40 lru Tinware Kentucky will aonllnuoto wlng lit Hate wylm ili world tlmt hurt In vofo tho uld rut NHtiw blood i Infuitid Into t id Cutlery Grocer- Â¬ Table and Hardware vry wioty of W gdvprnwent Nothing mv ur can uo MKty tlir I Mhwh IIuvIjhw 1B78 WwillTlMT Moves and Farming spiMttHl u Wrigwo to invito Iwwljtradon or WHimo ili HW V iricdfrmu lollm All Marhm llwelcHur 1931 fmnim In rtrviHM country tor juul At fiUTVOM PKIPKH In fact t voryllilus uiuiUljr pro l Uad ifi tN raivjr W Fw 4th U MUhwM rhv JiwwU Uryau caw grind Alio will ib Iu KahatKi lor Qoodn or In invrant of ny Ul duo u IW C Â¬ rf- 0 Hanks tn In W toi 13 - j n iiicr t J Ovvioiatwirn MM9Piipr Dem Tho reiiiiirkable and unprovoked tidal wae for Buek ner prevented tlie eamnnuey oi more nam one business man who would have inspired the party with confidence and brought out a full vote The lcson of the election just puh ed will teach the party that tlie time for an end to t entimental nomiriauoira nus - -- Respectfully Invite the Mountain Merchants to Examine their Stock and Prices before purchasing mmmmm I I I I - HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY i a w ho lesale and Retai Â¬ Largest Stock Lowest Prices Â¬ Heavy invoices arriving daily and stacks upon stacks of goods to meet every department of trade Live Stock Country Produce and School Claims received in trade on notes accounts or J T F DAY merchandise R BAFAHNESTQGKS - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ VERMIFUGE hl 1 - C B SWANCO Ready Caps Boots those Queeneware Pocket Implements ies abnt uj GENERAL MERCHANDISE bYymtmr Staple m ifwmwpwt lrlly Mvllucliiir II kt wLM i iBd iWBHeft-j-- tia jJEMmMJssstitsWlBSBfcv ftlbf alt ifrirfBHUi A ttiJJihiWk iit iHtL 4aiii mi ti h rffctit4 i rtaWaJli msEai 44 mM 1 iftii itr AU WKWiww Tho following is a Hat of the sale at this place last Wednesday Owing to Has a larger circulation ja the mountains ft lack of grass tho supply was greater haitcra Kentucky nn any paper ini c than tho demand btute and mcrolinnts and otheri wishing o Wrn Johnson to W O Mizc 2 year- Kceuro the trade of Eastern Kentucky will lin steers 17 00 una it Tin ukht advertising medium Elizabeth Knsh to J D Rose Sr 4 2 year olds 80 00 Advertising Ratos S Transicnt udrortidcmenfaj 75 cents an C S Sample to K II Murnhv three calves 27 25 inch flMt insertion 2i ln nn inch for lien Ulnnkenship to Ellis Johnson 2 each subsequent insertion 1 WHS sERALD took SrIs fa M FOR XEAXUIU A Witat Metlick CflQCXX Smith P Kisrr Mafaetrcref t - MARVELOUS MENTION THTE HICK ANB 3 Robt Rose to Willie Johnson 1 hei fer 8 00 Jesse Oldfields to Weed Gnv two mules 200 00 James J Can noy to Jesse Oldfields 1 horse 80 00 Weed Gay to James Camiov 1 horse 75 00 Hue p9 Announcements of candidates for Ben Stamper to John Ulaufcenshtp 1 20 25 bull Ftate or District olliees 10 County offices Murnhv to R D Motley yoke calls on persons to become candidates J Vyear 3 41 00 oia steer find their answers 5 cents a line Payable W T Word to J C Murphy 1 cow 19 50 invariably in advance P Rose to B C Stamper 1 horse 85 00 vStoNo namewill be entered upon the J G Stamper to J P Rose 1 vokc J Subscription Book until paid for cattle 80 00 nnd nil subhcriptions are stopped nt expira- W O Mize to J A C Murphv two tion of time imid for notice of which will calves 18 00 be indicated by a cross mark on the Mizo margin in front of your name A prompt WofOcattle to Ilenry Murphv voice 82 80 renewal only will insure its continuance SPENCER COOPER 748 30 In Lincoln county 50 fat hogs sold at Â¬ Â¬ year 900 5 inches 1 year 1750 1 year 1200 0 inches 1 year 2000 jCTpcciul rates on larecr iidvprtisninoiits local notices 5c a line with 5 per cent off iur uiiiK umc rrMnrringa nnd death notices free tri botes of rewpect and obituaries 5 cents a 2 inches 3 inches Standing Advertisements jndi I year 500 I 1 inchen I year1500 Newton Murphy to K II Murphy 1 7 12 00 2 22 50 TJaiM Mmttrr tor ccjfaif HipuHm to Ifcs to tf Mtridtr MM nl MttUM ruHnl HtaUag U SWU SmrBtfor no warfare ecpihut rhrelcUM or tfes mMici rriornity gunorMiy Their iphoro of He- tulnvM U Inrco and no desire to aid unmuiur Auxiliary The uiiainKnhylclMi tnonfl for eurincrth rickpubllo occupies A hlrh plccflla hotiet esteem unu dosorvodlr so too Wfillo our Xt 11 onco aro not a panarvA f or ftverrlU ther are what wo olalm for t hem and vr AfToru n core oft entlme alter medicines JjayofaUod to glveroUef in u FAIN n9t Crudes of Fulf H Wjw u fr idles Bfi Pi4 Lm Sjlwr AND DKALKK mm IK 1 1 pr GENUINE HAGHETIC ftPPUAHCES CLASSIHEO flsLA tUJmSmml G rain Feed KY c WINCHESTER mAurlCIIU Send elxo of aho MAGNETIC circulation 91 per pair br Dull worn Send for circulars X for circular HflfJHPTin ANXLKTS for latno and vroak ofnuklo Bond for circulars EvKUliCi IV lioidnclio nonralein cloeplfU ncu Catarrh etc 1rlco 3 by mail Soud for circular W5RMFTJJ5 fJOIATJC SHIELDS wlllpcsj LiD ilfaso ute Irlcn 5 Suutl aiioot nAlstand lcathlp Soiri for cliciilar OPPICE OflP for MAfiFTIC tmulilud with nrOim nrentlomen lionilirlli neurahrla or cutnrrh vlll kIto rollof imnirdlately 5 each li- c Siua Blxo of hat worn Send for circulars In UionnuoTfipoMUTOcnro It riwlUnCliU KNpE CAP for rheumatismwill roduco tho swulliair and rcutoro to natural ilxo lininedlAtoly lrlcu S3 uaculiy luall Bona tue ox - rurialr Svndiuoaiiuroof wrlit SSOfellfllSSl Bond tlon in Grade and Prices Cuarantee Satifaow at all times A HAZEL GREEN KY are Sole Agents for Eastern Kentucky 1 T tJ 1 LVr H J for KEIUIS HOLLER MILL FLOUR and carry a largo sup i t at piv oi tno tollowing iinums iuukkction wiipiu uxiraoc in wiutb i rnieniioucri T itahl Magnolia Roller Paucy Silvkk Lakk Roller Family GlonE Superfine upon which k Ul V they will quote prices and deliver at Hnzel Green or Jtothwdll Station il J aG 3m r EIGHTEEN I State Co je22m knoo Scndforclrculan leu of Kentttcky PROFESSORS AND INSTRUCTORS GARRISON HE SELLS CHEAP HARDWARE QUEENSWARE Butcher cattle 2 to 3 cents In Mercer county hogs are worth 4J cents Lambs 4J to 4J cents Cattle 2 4 cionlnls IU A U fl a 1 1 lit DrTciilLs 10 tierftoiu with weak ltinifs They prevent and enra cold rheumatism nourAlRln pntmmcnln throat troulln nnd ca tarrh lrlco 65 Bend for circulars with toU Â¬ Agricultural nnd Horlwwilenl Scientific KiiKlnocrlnp CluitHlnnl Knrmnl School aiiiunry xnetiuH liniuinurvini iim Iroimniuiry toiir oi niuny In Scott county a lot of hogs sold at CUTLERY TTNWARE 425 Lambs are worth 325 per head or 4 cents Cattle 1400 lbs MASONIC TUMPJK 450 MT STERLING KY 1100 lbs iuGly 350 lUMRNMIU W B Kidd bought last week of Joo AND COUNTY NEWS and Russ Brown for Lehman Bros 30 CURRENTTOWN cattle weight 1545 pounds at 4 cts These were strictly first class cattle and C II Perry the Photographer is at will be shipped to Liverpool Clark Hazel Green Ivy uounty Jjemocrat C IT Perry the Artist makes none In Bourbon last week 50 fat mountain sheep were sold at 3 per head IS stock 41 but urat dass wor u hogs weight 1G0 pounds at 4A cents 10 The number of stores in Wolfe county head hogs 225 pounds at 4A cents 50 is eighteen valued at 30515 good mountain ewes 275 j a lot of ewes and lambs 225 and 225 lambs weighing T you want to make your fortune easy 75 pounds at 4A cents buy some sheep and start a ranch Â¬ If We learn that Chap Swango is down ing you suffer prieking pains on movthe eyes or cannot hoar bright litfht with fever at his home on Stillwater and find your sight weak and failing Uud Swango is still in a critical condition and those nearest him have no hope of his reeoverv Â¬ STOVES to 3 cents bunco t to oMcutlonlitrt public spenbers and slntr ors fhey gtrtnffthen tho roral cordi and prevent hoamenrs Stud for circular lrlco tfl vaoli by infill bond size of nciclc LECCtNQ for front rheuma s fover soroB and tlini lnmo fi TliriltJKO m Iiih inoso iiRRins huvo acquired unt icrsri iiroiii tor incir inei uien oimlltlc and for tho eno with which they tiro wort lrlco 33 aoh by mall Solid bIko of leer around calf and ankJr Bend for circular lUlfiOUeVln FniCTIOM MITTS orom f lCKiliSIIU ly nlldvlatcH iiuiiKoitlgn coDiti Cation kldniiy ami liver trouble Quickly rcrnot es 1 porutliirtoladloii and impArts wonder i in TiKur iu ui wnuio noy ronon ni ftiioninry j K a Ttlunble companion 3S each by mall post- - I Kj nnfil tttid fnr 1t mi hi alrlco KIDNEY 0ELT3 for RenU ftlflfiElLYIfl mcjii SKMUUl i IU wilt pokIi truly euro thuiol lowing dlf eaten without meiltclno lntn In tho buck liiQil or llmbd nunous dfliillty lumbago ffcniiril debility rhannintlsmparnljsUneuralKla bciatiou uiMvivod of inoKianoyti torpid liver nom inal emissions Impotcncy heart dlvoaso dyspop sla Indirection hernia or runtnrn nllc etc Con J HUltutmn froo lrlco of Jclt with Maenctto In- 810 sole Hnml monsuro of waist and slzo uf ahoo worn Scud for circulars COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION Fall term begins SElT 14 1887 For CataLOQUB and other information address JA3UCS 1C TATTKHSON Ili D Lexlngtou Kentucky Matenn lt iie FOR SALE ps 11 Fari L00ISSTIX4C0 WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 3 As niv whole time is occupied with other duties 1 oiler for bale ut private contract iny iurm II 4 wiss AND- - N Â¬ Containing 145 Acres Leans Strengthening Eye Salvi 25 cents a box Sold by G B Swangj Hazel Green vou should promitlv ue Dr J II Mc Send us 200 and we will print 250 James Davis of Lewisburg who la Envelopes and 260 sheets of writing pa Â¬ been playing in bad luck for sovoral per nnd mail to your address seasons has struck it rich at last His profits on tobacco this year will reach A great amount of our space this week nearly 750UU Flomingsburg Dem is given to the election returns which leaver but little room for hical nows People interested should read the advertisement in this is sue headed Sher This office is just now turning out some Sale for Taxes By doing so they of the best printing in the State and at iffs save something may prices lower than ever before hoard of Wigfall O J lair of Edgar county Ills Much of our space is this week given is visiting relatives in this town and to election news too much may be but county Ho is a nephew of Judge G the politicians like it dont cner know H Swango Â¬ Â¬ pepsia or ivitn oiscasos oi mo nvur umnoys iieau aclto or cold fcot Jamu hack fnllln of thu womb lemorihirn liroiilolnHwnmntlouof tlio womb an nbdomlnal bolt and a pair of llncnctlcroot Bntttr Ira tm vo no sutwriorH in tho relief and euro or all tlosy complaints The cany ft powerful innir- nctlc forco to tho sent of tho dljonso Irleo of nl with Mnmetie Foot Hiittrtc ftio Rint hi t- C OD and cxnmlnatlun allowod or by inulionl roeolKt of tiriCO In orderlnir svnrl ihmfiikiw v iff f viu0iujiu i sjxu ui ruuu OR CORSET3 AfiHETfft JACXpTSnnd Kcnilointn euro chronlo rheumatism frout lumbnrro paralysis tironeliltls iiinir disease nnd other complaint which bailie tho skill of our bout physician lrlro 8K each with insolo Send incaiuro of chest or bust and walbt lVrnon llvlnc nt ndtntnnn hn B can not consult us In perpon nhould clvo a clear stntcmont of their dllUcultlcs by letter nnd wo will dcslnato tho kind of Applluncein reoulrod In each ease to ettoct a euro Send your addrenn for tho New Doparturo in Medical Treatment With out Mwilclno with thousands of testimonials jauuoiraouo aro adapted to all airos aro worn over uarracnwi tho underclothes tnufc nexcio hn body llko tho manv cralvanla nnd Oilecino nnmtnifts ftdvertisetl so cxtonstroly and aliould bo taken oil atnlght They hold their power forever and aro I h vru ub uu wuuuu ui wo jcar WOrderdirpct through your DrtWfirist riiyslelsn General Storo Dealer or tbruush the publisher of this I m MAGNETIC ftgoSJM8iffiRffWs J rhtiiiivixni nouiulKin nervous cxhuustlonUyiv or if desired will add 05 acres more to it Said farm is situated in Clark county Ky IJ4 miles east of Winchester on tho C it O Railroad There is flag station at the lot THIRD EAC3 UNION STREETS gate 100 yards from the house and a side track about MO yards below the lot gate There is a comfortable dwelling house good tobacco barn stock barn and other build nOlv inpi upon the place Two good ponds and several springs furnish water for nil pur JAMES V PANT poses About 2f acres is virgin soil and vrni THE except 20 acres none of the place 1ms been rultivated for JO eara It is one of the REST UltYS FARMS IN CLARK and ibere U enough timber on it to fence it for I will sell it at a bargain Jo year Any one wishinu to purchase u yood and elirap home in Clark will do well to cull and ex amine this farm before purchasing else where For furtlier particulars oddrcss C KDX Winchester Ky or NOTIONS Cincinnati m Â¬ vrj 4i Old Reliable Hat House 00 v Â¬ Â¬ W S DICKINSON i a 4Ti ji3m SPENCER COOlER Ilacl GftnKy G loves Umbrellas Etc O iSiMfM THE aLQNETIO APPLIANCE CC 1B4 Dearborn St Chicago HI Paris and Bourbon county last SaturJiev W W Mankerof Maytown will day voted 250000 to the Paris George preach at the Methodist Churcli in this town and Frankfort railroad by l7oG place on the first Sunday in September majority This road will come by way of Owingsville and np Licking lliver Go to C H Perry for lirst-cla-pho tographs or gems Hazel Green Ky I will be at West Liberty during the Institute with a complete lino of watches chains and jewelry I will be prepared to do repairing in the best style Call and see me at Cecils new store Monday Bespeetfully T F Caiir Â¬ Â¬ w Â¬ HAZEL GREEN arai li MAYTOWN Corner Pcnrl and Vine ri Co CINCINNATI KENTUCKY WOOL CARDING Will always bo found ready to attend to tho wants of the putroiiN of the houe Thank- Â¬ ful for past patronage you nre invited to call and see us when in the city and Undo fim Fimt promises to put on his best good looks w hen waiting upon you a0 0m Sm September 5 1807 Grinding and Sawing ner 6 Â¬ H Dean Kiie Pollard fioie promptly and in workmanlike man- Importers and Wholesale Dealers in THE HEBALD w I Fall Term Begins clean largo well Â¬ Flour Meal Feed and Lumber see us ffirVot aHV f fc S Lost strayed or stolen from our poultry yard one speckled black and white hen with top kuot bonnet on and one large grey hen about big enough to make us a pot of soup A suffering printer will be greatly obliged to any ono who will tell him where they may be found PRINTING Â¬ je2J lm sale cheap for cash Come and W W M ANKER Mnnuger Queensware Glassware Lamps cy Decorated Dinner Tear and Chamber Ware Northwest corner Pearl and Walnut Streets kO firn ewl - jI i v MS BNew -- m R W r I I- - Tho following aro tho registers at tho ald olDc betid for cstiinutec uud Htute exactly what you want IMeratt Houso Uutll furtlier notion wc will print 20 K O Guerrant Troy Envelopes and 250 Noteheadu to nmtoli uud J M Littlo Gillmoro wall to any addrenH on receipt of J00 V II Younir Mt Sterling SlKNCIiR UOOIEK AddreiH W Tarvln Covington Pr Ilnzel Green Ky J I Halo Halos Mill Vu O L JIale VAvvrtf to ho nmde Cot thin out nj 1 1 ku H Y nnd return to iu and wo will S IK Will Jamii Stanton 111 v U I iciid you tVee noincthiug of A O McClancy UenUyville great valuu nnd Iroportftnou to you that will J I DlHukburu Louisville mart you In bunlutM wliioh will brini you J O Hnnks Cumnton in more inonoy right nwsy than nnylhlnu Anyone can Ho the work I 8 Wilgua Ioxlngrou rUu In thu world and live nt homo Kithttrnei all eye 8owe I 11 Cofno ihititf ntw thnt but coIhh woHuy for ull PMHullcU workert W win itart you capital not P If HulldM uetided Tkli U ono of the uhuiiw iiior V H Bwoenov LouIhvIMp Uitt chancta of h llfutlwn Thow who are it u iy ntjivPiy awbUlQUK and VRterprUing vlll sot Mm A H Undraw My I own AJJrcM Tmvk 4 Co UriMit outtit stf Awgut Mluv Any person in this country having land to sell would do well to consult BANK CHECKS the real estate firm of Cooper Hcrudon BILI IIEADS Full Corps Competent Teachers Fallen who are now in communication CARDS with parties desiring to invest in land in CATALOGUES the mountains They will charge you DRAFTS sgiTuition I3oard and In- Â¬ nothing to advertise your property nnd DODGERS it a sale is made vou pret all vou ask for it ENVELOPES cidental Expenses Reasona- EMBLEMS Nancy a few days Chcniult Aunt LETTER HEADS able since sent to thfs office a hen egg thatis LICENSES a curiosity among the curious things It MONOGRAMS For further information call is about an inch and a ouarterlong half MERIT CARDS inch in diameter and shaped like a kid- NOTE HEADS on or address ney It appears to be all shell aolid NOTICES from its weight though we cant see the ORDER BOOKS Hazel Green Academy Go inside to tell whether theres meat iu it OPTIONS or no PAMPHLETS Hazel Green Wolfe counto Ky PROGRAMMES Since tho article The Tables Turned J L DunlapT II DnnapflW G Barrett RECEIPTS was put in type wo learh that Mr Chil RECIPES dera has again turned a trump by giving STATEMENTS DUHLAP a now bond and will at once commence SALE BILLS Sevwork on tho Breathitt court house Wholesale Manafacturers of TAX LISTS eral workmen from below and by the c TAGS Ac way some of our friends from Lexington jsarAnv and everything that can he exe passed through hero on Tuesday night cuted with new type first drum premies and on tne uuuu fine paper in tho hands of skilled median iU route to Jackson to work ETC ing Wo aro sorry wo failed to aco tho ics may be hud at thh oflloo at leHH than Lexington boys city prices It will pay any man in Kontern AND DKALEKS IN Kentucky to uet his printing at Tin IlEH Â¬ vcntihitcil builclings furnish - ESTABLISHMENT ed with new improved school furniture All or all kindu wagons made or repaired bug gies spring wagons plows stocked cutting colters turning plows repaired plows nmde npd laid hoes mattocka and horses shod in the best Btyle call on TYLEU A DAVIS Hazel Green Ky nenons wnnting blacksmithing of any NOTICE Â¬ CINCINNATI Cummins ARTISTIC Son raARD HMSCO iff i ui li MAKERS IIAZEL GREEN KY Are prepnrcd to make to order in n superior style and on short notice Ladies and ucnts Fine Shoes and Boot in JatCRt Myles uud of best material Kepniring will receive prompt attention and prices on all work be reasonable Call and see us HON ap271y CUMMINS WHOLESALE GROCERS Cincinnati Abe Bloch Co WlonSy No 29 Vine Street ri BR0S1C0 Â¬ Â¬ SADDLERY Boots and Shoes HARNESS JOIIIIKKS OK P5 F G Ringgold and 07 JR aCJr- - TUGQLE WITH So Co Manufacturers nndWhdTcealo Dealers in WKST PKAKL STIIRET Youths Boys ant Childrens CINOINNATI OHIO TRADERS SADDLERY HARDWARE 728 and 730 W Main St DEPOSIT BANK LOUISVILLE KY frReprecnted hy BOB NUNNKLLY o20ly A good agent hox in all MT STERLING KY CLOTHING 12S Vhjo Street aJOly WANTED U w HUM I MWMV U iwniw ilUVUUolN Sftrsot Number Ac Fromfrjr f 100 to 500 can he mad a in ft very hort time Finu outfit iwa for Mwplm FIlEK Wrltu for proof ef wht 8chU rc dolnif nd Hit of Hnoocupled territory It will jiay you tv do to We refer to thu editor f thl pnper who km purckw4 one of our MlClllOAH POOH PLATK CO 0ih4 KJ14 MKh of cither principal towns nnd cities In thu 8 to uko orders for our new patont low JM BIGSTAFF Prmldbnt W W THOMSON CasKlcr DIUKCTOTtH Cincinstatf rt O Q Jamjh Chokn Ih K R Dkakk wraiir -- Andkxw J T IIjuwiaku JJIALK Fihr t I iru DHlKt ny HiiMicij ym urewiHnei ev ull M2N Ahv ohh t for if J 1 woro nioBHy Ih workvrMfl ha y VgsythlK IW Mil tWW f VMA RlhllUr t Yl LT V iHtrHiHiri wr ir tto enire plt fW VAVVM FOR m yco t CvU pr Ki m C4 jTl PN U TH MfMHtk f HUWIK W Het4W Mi MM IM rri HIM - ntm Mark tk iwk imwy CiHf OMiV Umr v i WE rti IIWISSWSj DUNGEON TO PALACE From the Sorrows of Earth Joys of Heayen to the There Are No Terror In tlm ClinngA to Those Who lScllevo Talmacea Sermon Tho Brooklyn The Hamptons Tabernacle boing closed for onlargomont Itov T DoWitt Talmnge D D pastor spends his Sabbath way from his flock tho prosont season at this summer homo His subjoot for to day was From Dun- Â¬ geon to Pulucc and his toxt Tho timo of my doparturo is at hand II Timothy iv 0 Y ff m W Kfc St Tho way out of this world is so blockod np With coffin and hoarso and undor takors spndo and scrow drlvor that tho Christian can hardly think as ho ought of tho most choorful pnrtago in all his his- Â¬ tory Wo hang black lnstond of whito ovor tho placo whoro tho good man gots his last victory Wo stnnd wooping over a hoap of chains which tho frood soul has shakon off and wo say Poor man What a pity it was ho had to como to this I Como to what By tho timo tho pooplo havo assomblcd tho at obsequies that man has been throo days so happy that nil tho joy of earth accumulated would bo wrotchodnoss bosldo it and ho might better weop ovor you because you havo to stay than you weep over him becauso ho has to go It is a fortuuato thing that a good man doos not havo to wait to seo his own obsoquios thoy would bo so discordant with his own cxporlonco If tho Israelites should go back to Egypt and mourn over tho brlck kilnsthoy onco loft they would not bo any xnoro silly than that Christian who should forsako Hcavon and como down and mourn bocauso ho had to leuvo this world Our ideas of tho Christians death aro morbid and sickly Wo look upon it as a dark holo in which a man tumbles when his breath givoB out This wholo subject is odorous with varnish und disinfectants instoad of boing swoot with mignonotto Paul in my toxt takes tho groat clod of a word donth and throws it away and speaks of his doparturo a boautlful bright suggostivo word dosoriptivo of ovory Christians roloaso Now doparturo implies a starting placo and a placo of destination When Paul loft this world what was tho starting point It was a sceno of grout physical distress It was tho Tulliuiium tho lower dungeon of tho Mamortiuo prison Tho top dungeon was bad enough it having no moans of ingress or ogress but through an oponing in tho top Through that tho prisoner was lowered and through that caino all tho food and air and light recolved It was a torriblo placo that upper dungeon but tho Tulllunum was tho lower dungeon aud that was still moro wrotchod tho only light and tho only air coming through tho roof and that roof tho floor of tho uppor duugoon That was Pauls last earthly rcsldoncc It was n idungoon just six fcot and a half high It was a doleful placo It had tho chills of long centuries of dampnoss It was filthy with tho long incarcerations of misorablo Avrotchos It was thoro that Paul spent Ills last days on earth and it is thoro that 2 soo him to day in tho fearful dungeon shivering blue with tho cold waiting for that old overcoat which ho hud sent for up to Troas and which thoy had not yet sent down notwithstanding ho had writ- Â¬ ten for it If somo skillful surgeon should go into that dungeon whoro Paul is incarcoratod vro might llnd out what aro tho prospects of Pauls living through tho rough impris- Â¬ onment In tho first place ho is an old man only two yoors short of sovonty At that very timo when ho most noeds tho warmth and tho sunlight and tho fresh air ho is shut out from tho sun What aro thoso scars on his nnklos Why thoso woro got whon ho was fast his foot in tho stocks Every timo ho turned tho iloshon his ankles started What aro thoso scars You know ho was whipped ou his back 11 vo times ouch timo getting thirty nino atrokos 105 bruiuos on tho back count them mado by tho Jows with rods of elm wood ouch ono of tho 1U5 strokes bringlug tho blood Look at Pauls faco and look at his arms Whoro did ho got thoso bruises I think it was whon ho was struggling ashoro amidst tho shivered timbers of tho shipwreck I soo a gash in Pauls sido Whoro did ho got that I think ho got that in tho tusslo with highwaymen for ho had boon in porll of robbers and ho hud money of his own Ho was a mochanlo as well as an apostlo and I think tho touts ho mado woro as good as his sormous Thoro Is a wannoss about Pauls looks What makes that I think a part of that cumo from tho fact that ho was for twenty-four hours on u plank in tho Mediter Â¬ ranean Boa Hufforiug torrlbly boforo ho I was rescued for ho says positively Oh was a night and a day in tho doop worn out omnclatcd old maul suroly you must bo melancholy no constitution could enduro this and bo choorful But I press ray way through tho prison until I como up closo to whoro ho is and by tho faint light that stroams through tho oponing I noo on his faco a supernatural joy nnd I Agod mun bow boforo him and say how can you keop choorful amid all this gloom ills voloo startles tho dark I ness jf tho placo as ho orios out am uow roudy to bo oiTorod nnd tho timo or my doparturo in at hand Hark I what is that shuflllng of foot in tho upper dungoonl WhyFnul has an invitation to a banquet aud ho is going to dino to duy with the King Those tthuMlng fcot aro tho foot of tho oxooutlonurs Thoy como and thoy cry down through tho holo Hurry up old mun of the dmiKoons Come now get yourself rendyM Why 1uul was ready Ho had nothing to puck up llehttd no UHgtragt to take Ho had bssu ready a good while 1 sea him rising up and stralgViUmiHf out 111 stiffened HntUnml pushing buck his whlto hull from kU crsvlesd forehead und sou him loAklHtf up thrsugk Ik hole lu the roof of ef his exaout ttotlHNtftfe IhU tke I w nmdy to nH4krWw wy tlMr 4 Um Uw tf my sUpurtur t ttffer Â¬ -Â¬ Then thoy lift him out of the dungeon and they start with him to the place of oxocution They sBy Hurry along old man or you will fool the weight of our spear Hurry along wo How far Is it anys Paul have to truvol Thrco rallos Thrco mllos is a good way for an old man to travol aftor ho has been whipped and crippled with maltroatmcnt But thoy soon got to tho placo of oxecutlon Aqua Salvia and ho is fastoned to tho pillar of martyrdom It doos not take any strength to tlo him fast Ho makos no resistance O Paul why not strike for your Ufa You havo a great many frlonds hero With that withered hand just launch tho thunder-bolt of tho pooplo upon thoso infamous soldiers No Paul was not going to InterÂ¬ fere with his own coronation Ho was too glad to go I seo him looking up in tho faco of tho executioner and as tho grim ofllclal draws the sword Paul calmly says I am now rcody to bo offered and tho timo of my doparturo is at hand But I put my hand ovor my oyes I want not to seo that last struggle Ono sharp kocn stroko and Paul docs go to the bunquot and Paul does dlno with tho King What a translation It was From tho malaria of Rome to tho flnost climnto in all tho unlverso tho zone of otornal beauty and health His ashes woro put In tho catacombs of Romo but in ono mo- Â¬ ment tho air of Hcavon bathed from his soul tho last acho From shipwrock from dungeon from tho biting pain of tho elm wood rods from tho sharp sword of tho headsman ho goes into tho most brilliant assemblage of Hcavon a king among kings multitudes of tho sainthood rush- Â¬ ing out and stretching forth hands of welcome for I do really think that as on tho right hand of God is Christ so on tho right hand of Christ is Paul the second great in Heaven Ho changed Kings likewise Boforo tho hour of death nnd up to tho hist moment ho was under Nero tho thick necked tho cruol oyed tho filthy lipped tho sculptured foaturcs of that mun bringing down to us to this very day tho horriblo possibil- Â¬ ities of his nature seated us ho Was amid pictured marbles of Egypt under a roof In a dining adornod with mother-of-pearoom which by machinery was kops whirl- Â¬ ing day and night with most bewitching magnificence his horses standing in stalls Of solid gold and tho grounds around his palace lighted at night by its victims who had boon daubod witli tar and pitch and thon set on 11 ro to illuminate thodarknoss That was Pauls King But tho next moment ho goes into tho realm of Him whoso rolgn Is love and whoso courts aro pavod with lovo and whoso throne is set on pillars of love and whoso scoptor Is adorned with jcwols of lovo and whoso pulaco Is lighted with lovo and whoso lifotlmo Is an otornlty of love Whon Paul was leaving so much on this sido tho pillar of martyrdom to gain so much on tho othor sido do you wonder at tho choorful valedictory of tho text Tho timo of my doparturo is at hand Now why can not all tho old pooplo of this congregation havo tho sumo holy gloo as that aged man hud Charles I when ho wns combing his head found u gray hair nnd ho sent it to tho QuQon as a great joko but old ago is really no joke nt all For tho last forty yours you havo been dreading that which ought to huvo been an exhilaration You say you must fear tho strugglo at tho momont tho soul and body part But millions havo endured that mo- Â¬ ment nnd why not wo ns wolll Thoy got through with it and so cuu wo Bosidos this all modlcal men ngroo in saying that thoro is probably no strugglo at all at tho last momont not so much pain as tho prick of a pin tho scorning signs of dis- Â¬ tress boing altogether involuntary But you say It Is tho uncortuinty of tho Now child of Ood do not pluy future tho infldol Arter God has llllcd tho Biblo till It can hold no more with stories of tho good things ahead bettor not talk about I Â¬ it At hand Â¬ rl uncertainties fw here Just tako tho census Take somo largo sheet of paper and bogln to record tho names of thoso who huvo emigrated to tho othor shoro tho companions of your school days your curly business ussoci atcs tho friends of middle life and thoso who moro recently wont away Can it bo thoy huvo gono so long you do not euro auy moro about thorn and you do not want tholr society Oh no I thero huvo been days whon you huvo folt thut you could not enduro It another momont away from their blessed companionship Thoy havo gono You say you would not llko to bring them back to this world of troublo ovon If you had tho power It would not do to trust you Ood would not givo you resur Â¬ rection power Boforo to morrow morning you would bo rattling nt tho gates of tho cemetery Como back to tho crying to tho departed crndlo whoro you slept Como back to tho hull whoro you used to play I Como back to tho tnblo whoro you used to sit I And thoro would bo n grout burglary lu Heaven Bosidos that It Is moro hoalthy thoro for you than hero agod mun hotter climnto thoro thun thoso hot Biimmors and cold wlntors und lato springs hotter hearing bettor eye sight moro tonlo in tho air moro por fumo in tho bloom moro sweotnoss in tho song Do you not fool agod man some times na though you would llko to got your arm and foot froo Do you not feol as though you would llko to throw away spectacles and oanoi and crutches Would you not llko to feel tho spring and elas ticity und mirth of an otorual boyhood Whon ton point at which you sturt from in this world Is old ago ami tho point to which you go is otornal Juvonosoonoo ugod man olusp your hands at tho untied patlou und say In perfect rupture of souli Tho timo of my dopurturo I at hand I remark again all thoso ought to fool thl Joy of tho toxt who huvo u holy curl unity to know what Is boyoml thU mirtlily terminus Aud who has not any curiosity about it Paul I suppose ami Ilia iimsl satisfactory view of llmvon and bo says Juloth HotyuUpmrnr what vv shall lw liutlks 1 04 Mug tUroujtU broken wt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ But you say I can not boar to think of If you aro parting from friends hore old you huvo moro frlonds In Heaven than e sou through a glass New darkly Can you toll me any thing about that heavenly place You ask mo a thou sand quostlons about it that 1 can not answer I ask you a thousand quostlons about it thut you can not answor And do you wonder that Paul was so glad whon martyrdom gave him a chance to go ovor and mako discovorios in that blessed country I hopo somo day by tho graco of Ood to go ovor and see for myself but not now No woll man no prospered man I think wants to go now But the timo will como I think when I shall go over I want to seo what they do thero and I want to seo how thoy do it I do not want to bo look- Â¬ ing through tho gates ajar forever I wunt them to swing wide open Thoro aro ton thousand things I want explained about you about myself about the gov-Â¬ ernment of this world about Ood about every thing Wo start in a plain pnth of what wo know aud in a minuto como up against a high wall of what wo do not know I wonder how it looks over there Somebody tells mo it is liko u paved city paved with gold and another man tolls mo it is like u fountain and it is liko a treo aud it is liko a triumphal procession and tho next man I moot tolls mo it is all figurative I really want to know aftor tho body is resurrected what they wear and what thoy eat and I havo an immeasurable curiosity to know what it is and how it is nnd wticro it is Columbus risked his lifo to llnd this continent and shall wo shud dor to go out on a voyage of discovery which shall rovoul a vaster and moro brilliant country John Franklin risked his lifo to llnd a passage botween icoborgs and shall wo dread to llnd a passago to otornal summer Men in Switzorlund travel up tho hoights of tho Mutterhorn with alpenstock and guides and rockets and ropes and getting half way up stumblo und fall down in a horrible mussacro Thoy just wunt to say thoy hud beou on tho tops of thoso high pcalcs And shull wo fear to go out for tho nscont of the eteruul hills which start a thousand miles beyond whoro stop tho highest peaks of tho Alps and whon in that nscont thoro is no peril A man doomed to dio stepped on tho scaffold Now in ton minand said in joy Ono utes I will know tho grout socrot minuto aftor tho vital functions ceased tho littlo child that diod last night in Mon- Â¬ tague street knew moro than Jonathan Edwurds or St Paul himself boforo ho died Friends tho exit from this world or death if you plcaso to call it to tho Christian is glorious explanation It is demonstration It is illumination It is sunburst It is tho opening of all tho windows It is shutting up tho cato chism of doubt aud tho unrolling of nil tho scrolls of positivo aud nccurato information Instead of standing at tho foot of tho ladder and looking up it is standing at tho top of tho lnddor and looking down It is tho last mystery taken out of botany and geology aud astronomy and theology O will it not bo grand to huvo all questions an- Â¬ swered I Tho porpotually recurring inter- Â¬ rogation point chuugod for tho mark of oxclumntion All riddlos solved Who will four to go out on thnt discovery whon nil tho questions aro to bo decided which wo havo been discussing all our lives Who shall not clap his hands In tho anticipation of that blossod country if it bo no better than through holy curiosity Tho timo of my doparturo is at crying hand I romnrk again wo ought to havo tho joy of the text becauso leaving this world wo move into tho best socioty of tho uni- Â¬ verse You seo a great crowd of pooplo In somo street and you say Who is pass ing thoro What Goneral what Prince is Well I seo a great going up thoro throng in Heaven I say Who is tho Who is tho focus of all that admiration center of thnt glittering company It is Jesus tho champion of all worlds tho fa vorito of all ugos Do you know what is tho ilrst question tho soul will ask when It I comes through tho gato of Heaven think tho ilrst quostloa will bo Whoro is Jesus the Saviour thnt pardonod my sin thut carriod my sorrows that fought my battles thut won my victories Oh radiant One how I would liko to soo Theo Thou of tho manger but without its humiliation Thou of tho cross but without its pangs Thou of tho grave but without its darkness I Tho Biblo intimate that wo will talk with Jesus in Hcavon just as a brother talks with n brothor Now what will you ask Him ilrst I do not know I enn think what I would usk Paul first if I saw him in Hcavon I think I would liko to hour him describe ttio storm thut enmo upon tho ship whon thoro woro 275 souls on tho vessol Paul being tho only man on board cool enough to describe tho storm Thoro is a fascination about a ship and the oca that I shall novor got ovor and I think I would liko to hear him talk about that Ilrst But whon I mcot my Lord Jesus Christ of what shull I ilrst delight to hoar Now I think what It is 1 Him speak shull ilrst want to hoar tho tragedy of Hi3 lust hours and thon Lukes uccount of tho cruclllxlon and Murks uccount of tho cruciilxion and Johns account of tho crucifixion will bo nothing whllo from tho living lips of Christ tho story shall bo told of tho gloom that fell and tho dovils that aroso and tho fuct that upon His on duranco doponded tho rescuo of a race Laud thoro wasdarknoss lu tho sky and thoro was darkness In tho soul and tho moro and shurp became pain bunions became moro heavy tho until tho mob begun to swim away from tho dvlng vision of Christ and tho cursing of tho mob cumo to his ear moro fuintlv und Ills hands woro funtouod tc the horUoutnl ploco of tho cross and his foot to tho perpendicular piece of tho cross and hit dead foil fonvurd lu a swoon It ns ho uttered tho lust moan und cried is finished I All llouvuii will stp to listen until tho story lu done and ovory harp will ho put down aud ovory Up elosml aud all oyos llxod ou tho iltvino narrator until tho story W done and thon uttho tap of tho baton tho eternal oruhustr will rnuso up linger ou string of hnrp aud lips to tho liicutli of trumpet thuro shall roll forth tho oratorio of tho Messiah Worthy is luo lamb thut was slulii to rwlvi blue ing uml rlohu and honor und glory uud I power worm wituoui emir scopo Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TEMPERANCE READING AUNT POLLY AND AUNT PATTY Got Down to Two Tho Vlng That Wan Not Hauled Down Most gotem said Trtmmins tho rum grocer Thoy will have to haul their Hag down soon Trimmins said this standing in tho door of a storo wlioro lie sold much rum in tho rear hall and vory few groceries in the front Ho said this looking at a building whoso lower floor was given to tho Womans Christian Temperance Union ThoyU give their hall up soon said Trimmins rubbing his hands and bustling away Pcrhaps Ill tnovo in there and sell my goods in that very hall Most played out 1 see that Aunt Polly Wherren and Aunt Patty Freeman aro about tho only ones that go to their meetings Most gin out I knew it would bo so Feennticks what oppose a fair legitimate business must spect to come out in tho rear and haul their ilag down I told em so Thero is Aunt Polly and Aunt Patty Got down to two Flags a comin down I told em so Here Trimmins grinned nnd his store to sell a customer ono pound of sugar and a gallon cf rum In the meantime those village ven Aunt Patty and erables Aunt had entered the W C T U Polly hall I feel most liko a givingup sister You and lare remarked Aunt Patty about the only ones that come out to our meetings Yc s but Ive been rather a Iooking for it Folks take bold when a thing is new when the boat is a starting out It is the long pull that tells Wlty we used to have this room half full Does look mournful said Aunt Patty Woll I believe in holding on re Â¬ You marked Aunt Polly again know how it is in tho army where most of the soldiers aro ahead They must keep up tho guard back to the base of supplies and that guarding line may got very thin in somo places but still it docs a lot of good It keeps up tho guard till the day of the battle you know It may be a weak line but it is a line Oh if wo hold on some- Â¬ thing will come along to help us I wonder what we aro keeping this line up for conjectured Aunt Patty What is a eoming Dont know Patty Keep it up I say How would it do for an experi- Â¬ ment to change our hour we can shift back again you know and put it in the evening It might do good and it certainly wont do airy harm Then wo might see some of our old members back you know and perhaps we can get others out No organization is dead that has one earnest member As this union had two it was not only alive but stirring and strong I hear Sister Wherren that Trim- Â¬ mins the grocer says we are most dead and our ilag will soon bo hauled down The Hag shall not be hauled down He affirmed old lady Wherren bears ur no good will Perhaps he would feel hotter if we would give him our custom cried Aunt Patty who Custom believed that rum must be boycotted He will never get rich from my pocket After this meeting tho town was noÂ¬ tified that tho next meeting would bo in tho evening and that it was hoped a large attendance would bo the result When the evening came the little hull was brightly illuminated but alas only Aunt Polly and Aunt Patty were there They looked at ono another and looked at tho clock and looked at the door and then sighed That Trimmins said Aunt Patty would be gratified to know how few we have and twould be just liko them thero at the store to como over and peek in I havo a great mind to put the curtains down Let em look replied Aunt Polly Wo dont need like with dignity Trimmins to havo any screens or blinds up at our windows Whats thatP SIio turned and for tho twentieth timo looked at tho door Did sho hear i step Somo ono was in tho entry Could it bo an emissary of Trimmins The door opened and in walked Squire Stimsons widow sho I thought I would join you Woary heart sho said mournfully had known the evils of intemperance and The Squiro had his infirmity there was John Stimson if any body could say thnt ho wns among tho living Ho had boon a way from homo for years and he not only bud his fatliors weak iies but a rovers disposition declared This is encouraging Wo havo enough in Aunt Polly priyor to claim tho blessing Trimmins did not think much of any blowing that might attend tho moot Â¬ ing His patrons kept him Informed of the sizo of tho uttoudnnci reÂ¬ l sued Aunt Polly ingoing Hilly Whipple ported I smtil Aunt Putty sort of mourn Â¬ ful u stuulluj Ih tliO door ami UWUh in sho counted half a dozen more than sho did cried Tobias Hlgglns Trimmins laughod rubbed his hands and nodding his head emphatically Guess wovo got cm That Ilag said is a couiin down Somebody roportcd that Stimsons widder was seen standing in tho lam p liglit at the door Well sho makes said Trimmins only three Aftor all this hollerin bout a moetin in tho evonin lightin up the bull and so on thoy can only muster thrco at tho meotin How would it do bojs to send somebody over to sec how theyre gottiu along Winders aro low you know Might bo a prayin for the follow thats a lookin suggested Dan Tuther loy Great folks them are to pray for ye Might send you over said Bob Bradley to Trimmins Spect theyro prayiu for Trimmins all tho timo Tho rumseller did not enjoy tho coarse laughter that now broke out Youre gettin a lcotlo too pus sonal said Trimmins severely This brought the thoughtless group to thoir senses and they trcmblod before tho dread owner of thoir souls and bodies- Might try it on a stranger was Bob Bradleys suggestion Ef one should happen along said Farnham Davis Hush said Bob Heros ono now A young man entered and stepped behind tho partition separating tho largo department of rum from tho small department of groceries Ho called for a glass of ale Trimmins saw that he was already under the in Â¬ fluence of liquor though partially Sutliin suthin with a lectle moro grip to it remarked Trimmins with a smile Alo will do Hotel hero Nothin They didnt use to havo one Trimmins faco lighted up Ill bo even with him he thought for not takin suthin stronger Hotel said Trimmius Stranger bout here Well I guess I havent been on tho ground for some years Guess I wont seo my folks till morning They dont expect me Wall now sinco you were here guess thoy havo put up a hotel You cant sec much of it in the dark There come to this winder Its that buildin with tho lighted winders Walk in and make yourself to hum It chanced thnt tho hall building had been erec- Â¬ ted recently Some of Trimmins giggling minions followed the stranger promising to come back and report It was Tom Bradley who gavo a re-Â¬ port whoso effo ct was liko that of a bombshell Ef it dont boat all he said on tho return of tho spy party to tho rum We saw that feller open tho shop door of tho wimmens hall and walk in and ef Stimsons widder wasnt pray Ho could seo her face you know in and it jist parlyzed him and cf it didnt break him all up And ho got down on his knees too Wall who was it asked Trim- Â¬ mins Why thoso wimmin got right round him and prayed and ef it c wasnt Stimsons son Whew cant be to haul their Hag down No they only throw it out moro confidently This affair attracted pub lie attention People thronged the hall to hear tho Squires son givo his ox The boycott on Trimmins perience business was so formidable that ho pu up his shutters and left town Ah Sister Freeman said Aunt Polly worth while to keop up the Rev E A meetings wasnt it Hand in Womans Magazine Revenue from Rum Woo to him that buildcth a town with blood and ostablisheth a city with iniquity No amount of rovenuo can compon sato for the suffering and erimo which tho legalized liquor trailic ongenders Tho great rcvonues for high license the ononnous taxos on intoxicating drinks aro wrung from tho wretched- Â¬ ness of worse tlmn widowed wives and worse than orphaned children Frea id cut Siielyc An Anti Troating Society has boon organized at Macon Ga by Mr Sam- Â¬ uel Jomison who is described in th Savannah News as a brilliant bub erratic man It gives promise of be Â¬ coming a considerable forco in South Â¬ ern Temperaneo agitation Tho Wom Â¬ ens Temperance Socioty has lout Its aid to tho movement and efforts am being mudo to organize divisions of tho Anti Troating Society in all parts of Georgia A oun man drowned On a pa- per in hi pocket A wasted life Do not ask any tiling about mo Drink Trimmins That I thought they were goin said r wns tlio ciiuao Within a week tho coroner ro- rd oolved over two hundred loiters from fathers ami niothurs asking for a do A7iyrnaI Hiit lntlnn of tlm vitmur mnn --- t I -- Lot mo dloj let mo t - vt Mb Ms f 1V THE BANK OF NEW YORK Early History or the Oldest Tho oldest bank in this city or Stnfo is tho Hank of New York which was originated March 15 178 i Its first president was Alexander McDoujrnl a Scotchman who had been a sea capluin and later a merchant in New York and still later in tho revolutionary war an earnest patriot who joined the army and rose to the rank of Major Cicneral llo was a man of integrity and great force of character William StcLson also a Scotchman was the first cashier lie had been a Loyalist but this fact was overlooked in selecting a cashier in view of his business abilities and popular manners Alexander Hamil- Â¬ ton was one of tho original stockhold- Â¬ ers and owned one and one half shares ofthe par value of 500 Aaron Burr owned three shares The bank was not incorporated until 1701 as there was fierce opposition to banks It was argued that if a bank should bo incor Â¬ porated in this city the evil would spread and tho day might come when there would be a bank in every county of this State spreading ruin far and wide and utiorty de- Â¬ moralizing the unhappy inhabitants of this bank ridden State The bank had its first quarters in the old Walton House in St Georges square now Franklin Square which will bo re- Â¬ membered as a dingy old building which was torn down some years ago but which one hundred and three years ago when the square jawed and martial President entered it as the head of the first bank in the city was one of the finest buildings in that sec- Â¬ tion of tho future metropolis It was on June 0 1781 that the officers and clerks in quaint and small clothes rullles and cued hair stepped into the house which Wm Walton had built in 1752 as a dwelling to commence the business of a bank which has had an exceptionally prosperous career of more than a century The bank has a cheek yellowed by time drawn by Aaron Burr The form of th check on a smaller piece of paper than is now Cashier used and in plain type was of tho bank pay the bearer John Bush 1242296 New York the 21th day of The bank also has August 1784 cheeks drawn by Talleyrand and Gilli- Â¬ an Verplanck once president of the in- Â¬ stitution N Y Mail uid Express -- stitution In tlio Kmplre Stair ItanHSnc In Â¬ tu The Cinnamon Tree Tho real cinnamon tree flourishes Ift many regions of the Indian Seas in Java Sumatra Cochin China parts of India tho Malabar Coast and tho Phil- limine islands it lias uccomo natural ized in South America But never is the bark esteemed so lino growing in these regions as that of Ceylon and other first homes of tho tree in tho Orient For a long time tho Dutch first importers of cinnamon bark relied on wild trees for their supplj In tho latter part of the last century planta- Â¬ tions made of the tree had thrived so well in their Indian possessions that they ceased to buy tho bark of their na tives or their king nature and whims attendant 011 frail health Young man if yourwifo is falling iuto a statoof invalidism first of all things try to restore hor health If Bho is troubled with debil- Â¬ itating fcmalo weaknesses buy Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription It will euro her How to Select s TOfe Good health good morals good senso and good temper are the four essentials for a good wife These aro tho lndispcnsablcs After them como tho minor advantages of good looks accomplishments family posi-Â¬ tion etc With tho first four married lifo will bo comfortable and happy Lacking cither it will bo in mora or less degreo a failure Upon good health depends largoly good temper and good looltRond to some ex Â¬ tent good sense also as tho best mind must bo affected moro or lass by tho weaknesses MATTER NO you dress your hair how POMPADOUR Ir tho fuzzy caterpillar would only know its plnco and keep it society would bo much happier Merchant Trawler m Aro You Going on a Journey Into tho country or clsowhero If so show forecast by providing yourself with Hostel tors Storuucti Bitters a useful companion cells comb for a living for the tourist since it serves to relievo tho PiEncns Pleasant Purgativo debilitating effects of heat fatiguo and in- Â¬ sess Powerful Potency Pass Pcllots Pos Painlessly sufficient ventilation and is sometimes of in Promote Physical Prosperity linite value in checking a lit of sickness on m tho way whero medical aid is diflicult or im-Â¬ What part of a fish Is llko tho ond of a possible to obtain promptly Constipation colic dyspepsia chills and fever and liver book J Tho fin Is complaint buccumb to tho Bitters 1 Immaculate as alabaster is tho complexGlenns Sulphur Soap Hills Hair and Whisker Dvo 60c Tho best The honey beo is a regular merchant It ion bcautitled with Â¬ v m BRAIDED iVSflPt mM r I owaVnes i m pMrapafeEA fit THE GREAT fSoNSrTHAIRl loORESTOflER I xks5 ENGLISH wm CURE FOR COILED HIGH on the head or low on the neck Â¬ -ITCHING PILES Moisture iiiUmiie Itch ajr Btlucliip wont at nlRht e obv scratchluc very dlntrcsslnii If allowed to cont Inuo Uruors form vrhlolT often lilecdamt ulcerate bocoiulnirverraoro OlNTIHBHf HWAYNIiU A uircaioc news bwra itchinK uioerauou inu iu ninujr csea rcrooTUB uio sturnorn 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ranch of 20 scrrs with 3oranc e trecandl7AcrcMn7yercld ralnln crape vinos houe barn well and windmill Price IK 1 40 Kanrterms on all Send telegraph money order of fire percent Jo iecuro a thirty days option TIIOS IIAKEWIXT A HON8 Thinkers and UroUrs In Keal KsUto French Twist or in PUFFS the WIRE HAIR ROLL is a great HELP It makes the hair look full even when it is MIKADO THIN w Mi SlFri5 mVKRSIDE CALIPOIINIA And tho reason of tho change is that Nellio took Dr Pierces Golden Mcdlcil Dis Â¬ covery which regulated her liver cleared her complexion tuado her blood pure her breath sweet her faco fair and rosv and THE GBEAT ENGLISH REMEDY removed tho defects that had obscured her Kor Llrer Wle Indigestion etc Free from Mercury beauty Bold by druggists contain only Pure Vegetable Ingredients Airenb Nellie Is huudsome they cry COCKLES ANTI BILIOUS CUAS N COITTENTON FILLS NEW YOKK from the head so that it docs not gather dampness from PERSPIR- Â¬ ATION It is very much lighter and cleaner than rolls of human or other hair and consequently more Made to comfortable Sold by Hair dealers Ask to see them If you do not find them we will mail you postpaid two for twenty five cents Price lists to dealers WELLS MANUFC CO WESTON PHILADELPHIA PA It holds heavy hair out CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS Dost Cough Syrup Taste rood in time Hold by drueclstx Use M FIKK WIND WATKK MATCH ANY COLOR HAIR A bad scrape an amateurs violia solo Traveler for uy kind ot City or Farm Hulldln your Write for testtmonlsls from CO Otsts Addresa ClaelanaU Okl lOUTKi IKON ItOOriMi For Mcxlmn War anil Union Vet CO IRON ROOFING CRdlURa emtiK Wasblnuion ClorelnnU MUX II 8T1SVKNS d LIUUTNING PKOOF lieevrd Mackinac Island that tourists paradise that has bceu niado a National Turk Wo find them also amid tho bewitching Thousand Islands and exciting rapids of tho til Lawronco nnd in tho wild gorges of tho White Mountains And to learn just whero to find them and how to get to them wo send a couplo of stamps to O W Rugglcs G P Agt Michigan Central Chicago ami he will scud us Iu Summer Days lightning 5c Cooi fiitKKKits ani Rirr Lixa Watkiis we seek In Summer Days and we liud them on tho bold bluffs and wave girt shores of Â¬ JONES PAYSthe FREIGHT Kcalesj i Ton Wusou Iron Lctcm Sutl lWulun lit us Tare Beam tod Ilriiu Hoi far and others Ietrolt and Chicago EDUCATIONAL STerr stit neale for free pries Hrt SBtnlloa Ut LM 4 sdttrrt S60 TPirPDaPUVIMrn ChfcMnArn OHIO STATE OOIIKJKof liAWChlrsco Kail Term be Â¬ gins iicpu 21 Kor clrcalaradU 11 Uootli Chlcairu bero and earn I apod py Situations irnlshed Write ValkhtinkIIroi JsueiTllle Wis BlNUIlAiUTON JONES OFBINOHAMTON NY It hurts liko thunder to bo Oil City Blizzard 10 struck by yV to OPlUHfl 11 rBOJ Uuys o iuy till cured tttcphens Lebanon O tkJf Cnmiilna feet Write ra feLines not lnifertlui hnnieiii4li ttf A K Morphine Ilnhlt Cured lu lO RA IlllErrSTKllSirKTV UKISHOLDUUCO HolljHlch P FMQinHQ Officers pay bounty pro relieved tullOIUIlW cured deaertcra fee Write 21 years practice BucceM or no for circulars and new laws A Y McCoil mick Sos Clnclnnull Oj Washington D C Klwrn courses of study Ktcht well enulnrod lab orsiorma UT CaUlugucs sut free on appllcaUon ANK K 1144 WllKN WKITINU TO ADVKKTIHKKH ILJIABH state that you saw tao AdvertUemeat la tU SF ill ssm lli paper Mit Oid smokers prefer cigars to most centers Tansills Punch il n pZJizmrrmiMiti Kmmwmwa i wmm wi iMiiiii HMimmimiiiiMJimnniniiiiri L i m t m Something or other wo cant say just what but something in the little editorial note makes me think that a new man lias taken hold of the Nevada The delay in the appear- Â¬ Watchman Watchman this week is duo ance of tho to the fact that our wife and myself took a littlo trip to the county seat where wo were detained by heavy rains flooding the streams and carrying away bridges The bridge at Hunters Forks was gone so leaving our better half at neighbor Paddocks wo came on by my Â¬ self in time to get out this Avceks edi- Â¬ He has the tion only two days late well but ho gets the words tune pretty a littlo mixed Burdelle Tho cross sights of surveyors in- Â¬ struments aro now largely made of platinum wire The wire used for this purpose is drawn to a diameter of about 1 12000 of an inch To accom Â¬ plish this fine drawing platinum wire 8 1000 of an inch is covered witli silver bringing the diameter to one tenth of an inch This is then drawn so as to give the diameter of platinum core re- Â¬ quired then the silver is eaten oil with Bos- Â¬ ncid leaving the platinum wire ton Budget The Pall Mall Gazette says that United States crude petroleum oil is to Russian crude as cream to skin milk Ityiolds aboutseventy live per cent of the finest illuminating oil in the world while the Russian yields only about twenty nino per cent of an inferior What can I use to clean carpctsl Uso your husband Danvlllf llrttxt Relief Is immediate and a euro suro Pisos Remedy for Catarrh 50 cents A WrsTKKN town is proud of a named Timothy Hay farmer patienco by using Frazer Axle Grease to a Save your wagons your horses and youi An income tax tho prlco of admission theater VValtham PATENT P I PTiiiVrh i i i 7T I irttr Mf j1 hHiv lit sSSjsjssr HVbsrT i ftBtaw W5sssssafc SJkB-sM- RS- J ssTsTsTlr BiHs- - i J ri if tr B1 Vt iu uli L Si r mmmmwii I lUUI L It 4 I lit IKl M Dust Proof Watches were originally made for railway men whose service par- Â¬ ticularly required an absolutely tight closing case They have given entire Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The following words In pmiso of Dn Pikkces Favoiiitb PiinscmiTiON as n rcmetly for thoso delicate diseases and weak Â¬ nesses peculiar to women must bo of lntcreat to every sufferer from such maladies They arc air tuimplcs of tho spontaneous expressions with which thousands give utterance to their senso of gratitude for tho inestimable boon of health which has been restored to them by th6 uso of this world famed medicine Mrs Sophia F nonwKiii While Cottag0 John E Sroxn of 3tmtnbck Vd writes I took eleven bottles of your Fa Â¬ Threw Away writes Prescription Jly wife hud been sutrcriufr for two or thrro and ono bottlo of your vorite ycura with female wcuknttsa and hal pnld reliefs I am doing my work and havo been Her out one hundred dollar to pliyelclans with for some time 1 have had to employ help for PiercoB Favorite Thrown Away out relief She look Supporter about sixteen years before I commenced tak- Â¬ rrcscripUon nnd it did Iter mora Rood than ing your medicine I havo had to wear a all tho medicine irivcn to her bv tho nlivsl- supporter mn6tof tho time this I havo laid ciana during the throe years they had been practicing upon her as well as I ever did aside and foci Mrs GKOitan IlKitaErt of Wutfleltl N Y 1 wub a rrettt sufferer from leucor Mrs Mat Oijcaron of JVuntea Ottawa Co writes The Greatest rhoa bcnrinif down pains and pain contin- Â¬ Your Favorite writes It Works Jftciworked wonders in my case Prescription ually across ruy back Tlireo bottles of your has Again she writes Having taken several bot Â¬ FavocltM Prescription restored mo to pcr- Earthly Boon Wonders tles of tho Favorite Prescription I have re rect iicniui i trcaica wiui ur ior irulned mv health wonderfully to tho astonish nine months without receiving anv benefit The Favorite Prescription la the greatest earthly boon to us ment of myself and friends J can now bo on my feet all day poor suffering women attending to tho duties of my household wasssr VmKmn imnMa W TliyMHMsMBHsMHHHMHkMMsssAssMMrj W siTssW ntJ A -- i S100 lr v 3 satisfaction and their reputation has spread so rapidly that they have become the standard Watches for Millers Miners Lumbermen Far- Â¬ illuminating oil and in other respects mers Mechanics Engineers is vastly superior to its Muscovite rival if so inferior an article can bo Travelers and others whose called a iival occupation requires a watch boy who has A St Albans Vt which is proof against dust tho possessor of cats of several been colors and sizes felt like having a and moisture change and bo remarked to his mothOver 150000 Waltiiam er tho other day as ho stroked the cat Patent Dust Proof Cases Mamma I hopo ho held in his lap tho next cat I havo will bo a dog are now in actual use m The Waltiiam were the Why Tommy what is the matÂ¬ m Many times women call on their family physicians suffering as they Imagine ono from dyspepsia another from heart disease another from liver or kidney dlfleasc another from nervous exhaustion or prostration another with pain hero or there and in this wuy they all present alike to themselves and their easy going and indifferent or over busy doctor separate and distinct diseases for which ho prescribes his pilla and potions assuming them to be such when in reality they aro oil only nmpUimM caused by somo womb disorder The physician ignorant of the cause of suffering encourages his practice until largo bills are made Tho suffering patient gets no better but probably worse by reason of the deiuy wrong treatment and consequent complications A proper medicine like Dr licicos Favorite Prescription directed to Uic caiue would have entirely removed tho disease thereby dispelling all thoso distressing symptoms and instituting comfort Instead of prolonged misery Mrs E F MortOAW of No 11 Lexington St A Ittarvelousi Cure Mrs O F Sriuara Physicians Eat JiotUm Jfaw says Five years ago I Jealous of Crystal Mich writes I was troubled with was a dreadful sufferer from utcrino troubles female weakness leucorrhca and falling of tho Having exhausted the skill of three phy- Â¬ Failed to keep for seven years no Doctors wombgood part of tho timeI haddoctored my bed sicians I was completely discouraged and so 1 for a with an weak f could with difficulty cross tho room armr of different nhyslcians and suent lartra mi ma alone I began taking Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription and of money but received no lasting beneilt At lost my husband using the local treatment recommended in his Common Senso persuaded me to try your medicines which I was loath to do Medical Adviser I commenced to improvo ut once In thrco because I was prejudiced against tbcm and months I was perfectly cured and havo had no trouble since I they would do mo no good I finally told my tho doctors sola husband wrote a letter to ray family paper bricliy mentioning how my ho would get mo somo of your medicines I would trythat If them health had been restored mid offering to send tho full particulars against the advice of my physician Ho got mo six bottles of the to any one writing mo for them and eudaring a slamped-en-velFavorite Prescription also six bottles of tho Discovery for for reply I havo received over four hundred letters trn dollars I took three bottles of Discovery and four of In reply I havo described my case nnd tho treatment used Favorite Prescription and 1 have oqm a sound woman for and havu earnestly advised them to do likewise From a great years I then gave tho balance of tho medicine to my sister four who many I have received Eccond letters of thanks stating that they was troubled in tho Eame way she cured in had commenced tho uso of Favorite Prescription had sent tho time I havo not hud to takeand mcdlclnoherself for a short any now almost SIM required for tho Medical Adviser and had applied tho years local treatment so fully and plainly laid down therein and wcro four much butter already TREATING THE WRONG DISEASE 3 oc Â¬ Sister Annie ter with your eye roal naughty girl and I shes been a was trying boo hoo to pluck tho ream out of my own oyo before boo I scratched tho mote out of her eye N Y Independent first Patent Dust Proof Â¬ m I t i r Cases manufactured and are the only ones which completely exclude dust and I wont bolievo anything 1 cant moisture from the movement Will you explain why explain They arc far superior to cows have horns and others havo some claiming equal 4I moan I dont bolievo any Â¬ all others not Havo you evor advantages thing I cant hoo Richmond Bo seen your backbone Each genuine case h Unions Herald m plainly marked with the Kmbrucery is a word not in com roon use that has appeared frequently name and trade mark of the in tho nowapapors lately A definition American Waltiiam Watch Accord bo of it may not Â¬ out of placo to Worcester It moans an Attempt ing to corrupt or to lufluuuuo by unlawful uiuuu a court or jury Company p for sale all first clas JUWliLERS hy Tho treatment of many thousands of cases cures nausea weakness of stomach Indi Â¬ In presriinncy Favorite Prescription is a mothers cordial relieving nausea of those chronic weaknesses and distressing gestion bloating and eructations of gas An a Nootlilns and alrengthciilas weaknetifl of stomach and other distressing aliments peculiar to fomnles ut the Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute Huffalo U Y nervine Favorite Prescription is uu symptoms common to that condition If has afforded n vast experience U nicely cquullod and is invaluable In allaying and Its use la kept up In tho latter months of adapting and thoroughly testing remedies subduing nervous excitability Irritability frotation it so prepares tho system for do for the euro of womans poeiillar mulodlea exhaustion prostration hysteria spasms ivcry as to greatly lessen and many times Dr Pierre- Favorlto Prescription and other distressing nervous symptoms almost entirely do awny with the sufferings is tho outgrowth or result of this Treat commonly attendant upon functional and of that trying ordeal Thousands of organic disease of the womb It induces and valuablo experience Favorite Prescription when taken testimonial received from patlenUi and refreshing sleep and relieves mental anx Â¬ in connection with tho tiso of Dr Pierces Oolden Medical Discovery and small lma from physicians who liuvn tested it in tho iety and despondency more aggravated and obstinate cases which Dr IlrrroM Favorlto Prescription tivo doses of Dr PJcrcos Purgativo Pellets Littlo Liver Pills cures Liver Kidney and had battled thoir skill prove it to bo the h a icgltlmuto medicine carefully most wnndcrul remedy over devised for compounded by an experienced and skillful llladder diseases Their combined use also tho relief and euro of suffering womon It pnytician ana nuapuxi to woman nciieato removes blood taints and abolishes can euro all but organization It la purely vegetable in Its cemus and scrofulous humors from the Is not recommended as a us ii moat perfect Spcclflo for womans cotuiKMltlnn and perfectly hurmless In IU system Favorlto FrescrlptleH to the only peculiar aliments efferts In any condition of the system Favorite Prescription w a hobU Hirdlrlno for women sold by drugsAa a powerful Invlgoratlus onlr It Imparts strength to tho whole system live cure for tho most complicated and under a positive smaraaui frow tka manufacturers that it will give satMae and to tho uterus or womb mid IU ap Â¬ ohatlnute cases of leucorrhca or whites pendages In particular For overworked excfMlva llowlng at monthly perlols pain Â¬ tlon In every case or moaoy will he r run down debilitated teach ful mengtruatlon unnatural suppressions lunoco thw guamuwe su imn gnmtm worn out wrHpfwr an isiiBiHiiy IFf ers milliners dressmakers seamttrcftwa prolus or falling of tho womb weak on uie iKHuemsny jmru mm shoHgirU houeUeeKtrs miming moth back female weakness airttivertloN r ntH nut ior rwirs feeble Ir o eofigMtioH inflammation and ulsvrHtlon Wi idowl IM r alx WJ it nndFavorlto J women friiuTHlly great trovwrfrlon bearing down senoaltons wikih faQt eriUon It tho Pierces UsVfiUaUt ilka mmmiM tM and ten v lav est pmi thly inn UHlled aa an of the womb IntwmwuUoH mlt with mIh VUfrm kriw mmiHM BUHMHHt niivu wmiiu i dernw In tiviu lt VLSjasjaaU itaasll -- THE OUTGROWTH OF A VAST EXPERIENCE Ol -- J SM la t Ion of food LW lernal heat IHUfKNWAKV MKUWAf JMHMMJtATtW tits N t4 BVf fwmadiM aUl llrflrWWW W u Fw rfMffSk Hr lH MfMlt aWfTAI NX n i r Mr Ih itfj irSisri -- fiijJHaipFPi rwFtt-r-Tr- Ti fWliWPilVWIiWtlWlMl Hazel Green Herald PUtLIIMIfD Y SPENCER COOPER w fv I ubwipt6nSPaid Mutt Ba Ad - SI a Yar Xa AUvasce TIMETABLE XMKty aid Suth Atlantic Railway Standard time 22 minutes lower thaa ML Sterling time Mt Stealing at ft 1 leave Rothwoll at 8407A aM m arrives at N 21vm Rothwcll at 9 a M arrives at Mt Sterling at 1050 A M q 3 1cav Mt Storling at 140 p M ar- rivca at Rothwcll at S20 P M fao 4 leaves Rothwoll at 345 r M arrives at Mt Sterling at f30 P M No 2 conncota at Mt Storling with 1106 A O railway M and 157 P M trains on C for Lexington Cincinnati and Louisville Jo 3 connects at Mt Sterling with 1105 A O from the East and 180 M train on C p Mtraln from Louisville and Cincinnati jrMontgomery county court day special Scares Rothwoll on the 3rd Monday in each month at 730 A M arriving at Mt Storling at 9 A M Returning leaven Mt Sterling at 3 P M arriving atliothwcll at 430 r M leaves Itothwoll for ML Sterling at G P M GEO B HARPER Supt -- i - if l t if lOCAL HEWS 1 CORRESPONDENCE BREATHITT COUNTY i v7 is ri will roquiro his tirao and attention to get tho Academy completed and ready lor the winter term The Teachers Institute begins at Jackson on the 15th inst Mr Eawlius of Mt Sterling has fired Littles a kiln of 200000 brick on C J kilu of yard Marion Childers has a 200000 ready for the torch Floyd Hagins and S E ITager county Examiners aro rejecting moro applicants for certificates than has been the custom D F Hagins has been ongaged to teach tho school at Hazard Perry county and began Monday the 8th Samuel Kasli lato of Mt Sterling was olectcd County Attorney of Perry coun- Â¬ ty at the recent election Ho has lately located at Hazard for the practice of law Ho pasacd through Jackson last week on a visit to Mt Sterling where liia parents reside A M Mulliua of Clark county is in ihis county buying sheep W M Combs recently sold two small tracts of land on the South Fork of Quicksand Ho also sold a small lot in Jackson to A B Short for 75 The parlies fined at our lato Circuit Court have made some substantial im- Â¬ provements on our streets under tho direction of our excellent jailer Wylcy t i Jackson August 9 The public school ns having a fair attendance under the faithful teacher E A Hurat Prof J J Dickey has concluded not to teach until the first of Jauurp- as it - Jl mILam flAMaa 4 Tke cIUmm o GrMiy lat Saturday COltOO WOOiea paper wiu vuicr iwwnw put up a foot log acroM BlackwaUr at erected at eace we have the Southern Um ford soar th mouth of OrMsr x Mercury Publlahinr Co taplUl The new houae of Dr F M Thomas 50000 through which we expect to k Mearly completed and be will raovo in fiimtiU in nntk mora vaar to the member it eoou Blurt ship all over the South and Wcet an a year eight page weekly paper at Thoro aro many accidenU and diseas Â¬ all tho labor litcraturo at actual cost es which affect Stock and causo sorious and save tho Texas memborahip alone inconvenienco and lou to tho farmer in 40000 annually in school bookt his work which may be quickly reme Â¬ The abovo is given on tho authority of O died by tho use of Dr J H McLeans E B Warren eccrotary N F A Volcanic Oil Liniment Sold by G B O W of America Waco Toxaa Fraternally Youra Swango Hazel Green J L Quicksall LETCHER COUNTY and 10th Cong Dkta Ky Organizer 9th Whitksburg July 80 But fow of addition to the Mr Editor our schools aro open yet Tho Institute abovo and foregoingIn have organized an I will begin August 15th It will be con- Â¬ Allianco at Pine Grove Morgan county ducted by Prof Jarvis of Knox county Ky with sixteen mombore who eloctcu Prof Wolfe lato of Gladoville College the following officera for the ensuing and Prof Thomas of Carr Academy year will bo present President J E Quicksall Vice President Clifton Branham and his brother M W Pieratt Tan are in jail charged with tho kill- Â¬ B F Davis Secrotary ing of Vanovor They havo made made J T Nickoll Treasurer a confession implicating several others E C Sexton Chaplain Dick Williams waa arrested and tried Lewis Hylton Lecturer a fow days ago for obtaining goods to F C Nickcll Assistant Lecturer the amount of sixty five cents on false R J Nickell Doorkeeper Now who dare aay that the fjrcteoRcs L G Murphy Assistant Doorkeeper not enforced in old Letcher They have gono to work in this grand Wo have a splendid board of examin- Â¬ and noblo causo for tho ben fit of the ers They pulled down heavily at first farmers in dead earnest I expect to Up to July 1st they had granted only organize a County Alliance in this county twelvo certificates out of about forty near future Any information in applications They havo at lost softened in the to the organization can be had by regard and given out certificates promiscuously me at Ezel or Mt Sterling At two examinations held at night re addressing Mr Editor for fear I tres- Â¬ Ky Now cently there were about twenty appli- Â¬ pass on your space and this will find its cants all of whom obtained certificates way to the waste basket I will closo for several getting first class and somo second Respectfully Yours present class Giving certificates of the second the J L Quicksall class to persons of doubtful qualifications is a splendid inducement to our young Persons who lead a lifo of exposure men to qualify themselves to teach The aro subject to rheumatism neuralgia and law authorizes only rigid examinations lumbago and will find a valuable remedy and if on applicant fails to pass under iu Dr H McLeans Volcanic Oil Lin- Â¬ such we not think the board should make iment Jit will banish pain and subdue examinations easier in order to favor inflammation Sold by G B Swango such parties All qualified applicants Hazel Green should have certificates and no others a Gmkanci Baof 8IOOOOO Ktcttdcky BRINKLEY BBALSM GRUBBS IM KSTABLI8HZD IN 1861 Capital f took STOYESJIN PLATE SHEET IRON llw fuPLu siB4iaa Does a gsneral banking business and is Tinners Stock Mantels Etc the only bank in the city that tells Foreign And Manufacturers of Exchange Prompt attention given to the collection of debtt and the patronago of the people Plain Stamped and Japanned Tinware Â¬ especially soof the mountain counties G TRIMBLE Prcaldcnt licited J LESLIE THOMSON Cashier MT STERLING KY 662 West Main Street and 201 to 209 7th St TUCK Louiavillo LOUISVILLE KY Ky with fc CO D LANGELLS ASTHMA AND CATARRH REMEDY DRUGQIRTS Ilaviug struggled 20 yean between life and death with ASTHMA or PHTHISIC treated by eminent physicians and receiv- Â¬ ing no benefit I raa compelled during the last 5 years of my illness to sit on my chair dav and nicht gasping for breath My nuf- fermgB were beyond description In despair I experimented on myself bv compounding roots and inhaling the medicine thus obtained I fortunately discovered this WONDERFUL CURE FOR ASTHMA AND CA- Â¬ TARRH warranted to relieve tho most stubborn case of ASTHMA IN FIVE MINUTES so that the patient can lie down to rest and sleep comfortably Please read the follow- Â¬ ing condensed extracts from unsolicited testimonials all of recent date Oliver V R noluies Han Jose Cal writes I find the Remedy all and even more than represented I receive instantaneous relief E M Carson A M Warren Kan writes Was treated by omincnt physicians of this country and Germany tried the climate of different States nothing afforded relief like your preparation L B Phelps P M Griggs Ohio writes Suffered with Asthma 40 yearsJYour medi cine iu 3 minutes does more for me than the most eminent physician did for me in three years H C riimpton Joliet 111 writes Send Catarrh Remedy at once Cannot get along without it I fiud it to be the most valuable medicine I have ever tried Wc have many other hearty testimonials of cure or relief and in order that all sufferers from Asthma Catarrh Hay Fever and kindred diseases may have an opportunity of testing the vulue of the Remedy we will send to any address TRIAL PACKAGE FREE OF CHARGE If your druggist fails to keen it do not permit him to sell you some worthless imitation by his representing it to be just as good but send directly to us Write vour name and address plainly Co Props Address J ZIMMERMAN Wholesale Druggists Wooster Wayne Co Ohio Full size Box by mail 100 ju20y Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ aS 6m GEORGE E GREEN HUFFAKER Wholesale Dealers in BOOTS AND SHOES 615 WMain St LOUISVILLE KY Invites you to call and ecc him when you visit the city SOLD BY ALL H J CLARKE WITH Sievers Car liMNirnlMSkfiil 637 West Main Street u61y LOUISVILLE PWF feel and look wretched even in the most cheerful society and melancholy on the jolliest occasions Dr J II McLeans Liver and Kidney Balm will set you 100 per bottle Sold by right again G B Swango Hazel Green If your kidneys are inactive you will THE FARMERS ALLIANCE Its Purpose find Work EzrL Ky Aug 5 1887 Editor of Tin 1IazkiGkkkn Hkkaui DkauSik Believing your paper de Â¬ sires to do justice to and aid the toiling maspcsoffarmersandlaborersof this coun try in all laudable enterprises I will give you a sketch of the principles and prog res of tho Farmers Alliance and Â¬ R L lr English syndicate through an ngent uro Imyingmincral rights in parts Vt our county Poor blind people sell ing thoir vast wealth for a song and singing it themselves the finest coal lands fe fity cents per iicrc The grantor Reserving the use of the land and all the timber except what is noccssarv for nining purposes Tho same tyudicatu lias bought in Perry county luOOOO acres Yotnir TufiV of mineral right An their Samuel Cole has ihe foundation laid for his two story brick store house 21 by 50 foot Since tho last letter from this place More has been three weddings in town Win M Combs to Miss Arminta Card vell Thomas lladdix to Miss Amanda Uryant and Sunday night the 7th inst Rev T S Hubert led to the hymonia altar one of Jacksons fairest and best girls Miss Mollie Combs May their futuroboas pleasant and profitable aw H Combs pat Â¬ I TV Sfcifjlt t - r V v 7 Far bettor than tho hawh treatment of medicines which horribly gripe the patient and destroy the coating of tho 9lh The brightest jewels which it stomach Dr J H McLeans Chills ind Fever Cure by mild yet effective garners aro tho tears of widows and or- Â¬ netinn will enre Sold at 50 cents a hot- - phans and its imperative commands are ih Sold by O B Swango Harel vJrecn to vitit the homes where lacerated hearts are bleeding to assuage the sutlering of a brother or sister bury the dad care MORGAN COUNTY for tho widows and educate the orphans Ekpl August 8 Rev P G Combs to exercise charity toward oifeuders to fproachod at the Ward school house on construe words and deeds in their most IVackwater today and organized a church favorable light granting honesty of pur pose and good intentious to o titers and there James Pieratt who has been very low to protect the principles of the Farmers for some time is thought to be some Alliance better Its laws aro reason and equity it The recent storm at this place caused cardinal doctrines inspire purity of D Goodwin to better himself in the thought and life its intentions arc peace vay of a new barn which he km just on earth and good will to man Wc will havo in a few weeks eight completed Amos Davis and Thomas Vest pawed State Alliances with 1500000 members through here this morning with a uico We have iu Texan a State agent county business agents in 115 counties and a Sot of aheon Doc Fannin of this place is vmtiuc sub business agent in 1000 Alliances relatives and friends in Johnson county Dallas and Waco Texas havo each offer- Â¬ Boyd Richardson who has been West ed us 100000 bonus to locate our cotton and produce exchange with them with tor sorao timo has returned home Emory Curr eold to W P Sample the free uso of telegrams from every trade center in tho world for one scasou fchis week 52 worth of stock Travie Barker 1ms commenced build This shoWB there is no conflict between ing a nice dwelling at lrlat Gap near the alliauce and any other legitimate Wo expect to sell through tho No doubt some fair Miss of business fchia place jthis county knows why the house is be exchange tho Alliance com wheat hay Â¬ -- Union of America It is a secret organization It is non partizan in politics and non sectarian in religion 3d That only white American citizens can become members of it It propose 1st To labor for the education of the agricultural classes in the science of economic government in a strict non partizan spirit and to bring about a more perfect union of said clashes 2d That wo demand equal rights to all and pecial favors to none I5d That we return to the old system of lottlmr the oflico sock the man instead of tho man seeking the office 1th To endorse the motto In things essential unity and in all things charity 5th To develop a better state mentally morally socially nnd financially 5th To create a better understanding for sustaining our civil ofiicors in main taining law and order 7th To coiitautlv strivo to secure entire harmony and good will to all mankind and brotherly love among ourselves 8th To suppress local sectional and national prejudices all unheal thful rival Â¬ ry and ail solliah ambition 1st 2d -Â¬ Â¬ virtue of Taxes due the Shcritf of Wolfe county for tho year 1887 1 or one of my deputies will on MONDAY THE 5TII DAY OF SEPTEMBER 1887 between the hours of 10 oclock A M ana 4 oclock P M at tiic court house door in Wolfe county Ky expose to public sale to the highest bidder tor canh in hand the following property or so much thereof as may be npcessa ry to satisfy the amount of the Tares due aforoaaid and costs to wit 175 Acres of land listed iu the name of W W RINGO I S T Caudle adjoining the land of L M W 11US3KIL TAHOR Day in Diatriet No 2 25 ceuts on the 100 for sehool purposes 2300 Acres of land listed in the name of M Potter adjoining the land of IS Thomas Turner in District No 3 20 acre- of land listed in the name of C C llunjcfi Admr for leorge AMiu trys heirs adjoining the land of J Chambers in District No JO acres of land listed in the name of Sarah Taulhve adjoining the land of J F BETWEEN Spencer in District No t U50 acres pi land Itated in the name of E Triirtble adjoining the land of M K Ollair Rothwell Station and Hazel Green Dv Â¬ TAXES SHERIFFS SALE FOR w Harbison 707 709 A WORD WITH HARNESS AND COLLARS 711 W MAIN SADDLERY LOUISVILLE KY R TURNER Gathright STREET JOE Ileadquartcrd Mt Sterling Ky KElItESENTING Green Huffakf r Co Wholesale Dealers in BOOTS AND SHOES C15 W Main St LOUISVILLE KY Will be at Mt Sterling every County Court Tabor Ringos Siknceu Cooper COOPER -- - DAILY CHAS M FULKN H C IlruNDON 1 H aek Line Â¬ HERNDON S FALLEN 5 GENERAL TO i n SA fJSyConnects with trains on Ky acres of land listed iu the none of railroad morning and evening 83 Quiscnburys hoirs adjoining tho land of UAZEL GREEN KY Newton Townsvnd in District No Every Attention to 200 acres of land li tcd in the name of Lndios Children Have the following property which they Alex Spencer adjoining the land of George Hael Giuen G a in ar Roth- w ish to sell at once and parties desiring to fcold to satisfy Urower iu Di triet No 4 In bo well 2 p m Lv Rothwoll at 9 am ar secure bargains will find it to thoir interest Issii and 1SS7 taxeis for 1 p in Comfortable hacks to inspect the property We will trade some ireen fiO acres of laud liMed in the name of Ilti7cl of it to blue grass land Write uh Ilert Spencer adjoining the land of John and careful drivers No l 73 acres of land on Laurel Creek to Kiisfy toxes for Sparks in District No Wolfe county 4 miles from Mure Green lfcMjuud 187 1S8 Good dwelling house und out buildings well 10 acres of land listed iu the name of watered good timber line apple orchard Serrclla ardall fc Co adjoining tho land coal veins Ac No 4 of Phillip T South iu District 11 acres of land listed in thu name of No One two story duelling built in Junius F Wood adjoining the land of Heze i the most lv containing tux rooms good outbuild But buy Krlly STEEL nxe It klah libhs in District No 5 Alo buy STEEL hor c ings a well of never failing water beautiful 40 acre i of land listed in tho name of Tcp perfect axe made adjoining the land of J G slioen They will outwear iron And use grounds well het with rare and valuable tlm Mullins shrubbery STEEL nails They cost the same u s iron grapes kc and a fine assortment of fruit Mullins iu District No S The best garden in town one For sale in Hazel Green by 23 acres of land listed in the rtaine of John of the most desirable dwellings to bo found land of Hiram Bry Roberts adjoining the G B SWANGO iu Hazul Green Situated on the height ant in District No b to be sold to satisfy W T CASKEY leading to the celebrated Swnngo Springs t ixes for 1S85 1SSG und 1887 about midway between the center of town F McGllKK 13fi00 acres of laud listed in the name of C JJ Palmer adjoining the land of Clnrles Chiles Co and the Springs Itiohardson iu District No 7 MT STERLING KY No Uf acres of land on Lacy Creek 2 2000 acres of land listed in the name of miles south of Hazel Green on main road ii liauui in ir for Pastern Kentucky Agents uary J U DUrrOWS UUOIluug mc to Cauipton has about 200 aoie of good Huitowo iu District No 7 and inexhaustable quantity of tho U00 acres of land listed in the name of S Co timberqualityan of splint and bituminous and tinest Mary 1C Burrows adjoining tho land of some line quality of cnnnel coal Iviae Sawver in District No 7 NEW 1000 acres of land listed in the name of No J5 100 acres of land U miles south- Iaaue S jLWver adjoining tho land of J B cast of Huyel Green fine farming land f0 No 7 Palmer in District Livery Sale and Feed Stable acres in cultivation nearly all bottom land fiOOO acres of land listed in the name ot in good neighborhood ahd convenient to Co ad Istao llensley Micheal T Tih Nohools and churches MT STERLING KY L C Able in District joining the Und of No i No 0 500 acres of land the survey be 2000 acres of land listed in the name of Samuel M Bassett ad Drovers and Traders Headquarters ginning on the Standing Rock corner of Albert Wicker and Lee Powell aud Wolfe counties 10 miles joining the land of John Dahu iu District from Campton onthe head watera of the No 7 Graining Block Fork of Red River It is the name of 52 acres of land listed in The attention of horse and mule dealers covered with a virgin Charlotte Chapman adjoining the land of is especially invited to our facilities for the entirely oak walnut hickory forest of pine poplar and chestnut Wireman iu District No 3 James handling of stock and we invite all traders 8000 acres of lund listed in the name of of Wolto and adjoining counties to call on timber William Leonard adjoining the laud of uh when in the city No 7 10 acres of lund most of which William Vincil in District No 3 lies in the corporate limits of Hazel Green C J T GEVEOON THE JEWELER on the road leading from town to Swango Springs joins No 3 and is known ns the Mrs Sheriu Wolfo County HKST iOOHS rOK IKAST MONEY Eliza Trimble tract Can be lnid oil into I am how located near BONNY K Y and the most desirable town lots in Hayel Green am prepared to ropoir WATCHES JEWEL It is newly fenced and in cultivation Iii7 t iu District o0 rYC 1 DO if H Thompson Â¬ Â¬ 1 - 1 V McWilliams Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ H T CENTER Â¬ kf ii s- - At I V fr j ihe 7tb to thu wife of John liance cottou in tho South this year direct to spinnors agents thereby getting P Henry a boy Wo will am requested by tho baso tall club rid of tho streot jayhawker I AND Vf thjs placo to inform the same of Hanel save 250 per bale Tho only difference the old cmo is that wo Green that they can do up anything in in our plan and this country and to prove it you arc will sell 1000 10000 or 100000 bales at Wo will Huvitod down some Saturday for a trial once instead of a uingle bale save a million dollars this year to our NoCll Main Streot 10 Summer St Tbe pcoplo ot this country or a portion Texas membership in tho purchase of tff tlieni nnoulil turn their attenti6n to farm implement- - wagons buggies ma Louisville Ky BostonMass A man in that chinery and hardware buying in car load kk poultry businw jnformod me Ut week that Join from tho factory Ave have bought lUAMis B ARopresonted by worth of the Miirbln Falls of Burnett county for XUtt bad fewn near a idktH4 ttkfjpjpol from thia Mt of Mor- - 100000 It 1 not iHirpowiod for water Blackburn Rom On 1 ing built cotton fec We propose to sell tho Al- Â¬ Manufacturers and Wholesalo Dealers in Boots Shoes J Â¬ lM e RY SEWING MACHINES CLOCKS CharCA reasonable and work warranted I handle the Best Rolled Pinto Jewelry such as Bracelet Lace Pins Scarf Pics Jco If you want a solid gold ring I can anc you money In fact if you want a silver or gold watch or nlock or anything in my line you surely will save money by purchasing of mo I shall keep on hand fine Biblo Photo craph Albums School Books tVv I aluo keep for salo Dr T B Smiths UnimentH and Beautifying und Mealing Soup Just try thin soap if you wunt your skin to look pretty 1 also keep the bestsewiug machine 1 nil ami immhIIch will attend the Huol flreon Stock Kales und tho Wtai Liberty Court IB Any ono trading with mo to amount of 1 10 ut ono time will roiclYo Thk HkhaM niiH vftfir hk fi iiroflflnt No 8 One house and lot in Northwcsl Hazel Green near the common school build ing good new dwelling house with four rooms good outbuildings garden Ac No P2j000 acren of land on Kentucky River and Frozen LVck Breathitt oountv 7 miles below Jacknon on the survoed Unci of the Kentucky Union nnd Cincinnati ami Southeastern railroads It is eovoied w 1th a heavy forest of the Uncut timber In thu State Including ouk walnut poplar am Ae and i underlaid with iuoxhnustiblo velus ot can nel aud bJiumliioun ooalj H Fuviyi th ftmUi Thtw will be a 0ly J V T OmpON No 10 About 87 ucroa of land on Laoy Creek IJf tnllns from Hazel Omen him a good barn Is well fenced about M acres in KTa nil apple orchard lomo timber h well Jeweler llonny Ky watered nnu U j ood toning Umi ffii I JW v 4- I fc V X 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