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A V VV SPENCER COOPER Owner and Editor ga Hazel Green Herald t - N M JS lcvntd to tho Development of KAfttarn Kentucky i- - Sl00 A YEAR Always In Advano - ti OL III HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY FRIDAY AUGUST 26 1887 A NO 25 Although Col Blantou Duncan is at heart a Democrat he has a fondness for tho Labor clement He is in constant communication with thoir leaders and no ono is bcttcrposted as to their strength and their political plans than he In a ix PROFESSIONAL CARDS ISAAC W MAPEL Attoiinby-at-La- w THE HERALD I RUN TO EARTH CAPTURE OF A NOTED EXPRESS BER IN CINCINNATI ROBÂ¬ illEKX KY Will practice in all the Courts of Wolfe Powell Menifee mid ltrcatliitt comities Tit Km examined abstracts furnished tax cs paid for aon rcddontf real estate bought ollcctions a specialty and sold AnI RBAI EfiTATB AdBNT IIAIX I - J OWS II EVANS 1IAZKL GllBBN KY PRINTING -- - ESTABLISHMENT i RcHpeetfnully solicit the patronage of the public and will attend promptly to all lms- miis eniruMcu i iuh cure Examiner of Depositions for Wolfe county HANK CHECKS BILLHEADS Xjrr t swango 1IAZKL itiiv KY Deputy County Court Clerk of Wolfe CARPS CATALOGUES DRAFTS DODGERS ENVELOPES EMHLEMS LETTE1MIEADS LICENSES MONOGRAMS MERIT CAR US Will attend to all business entrusted to him with promptness and dispatch NOTE HEADS GEO K whitt Of WITH Elliott County Henry Knoefel 210 W Market St Co Solicits the putronawf Kastcrn tor blank Hooks Blanks A e Ky lnrtsvilu Kentucky County Attorney Real Estate Agent and Notary Public cuted Wolfe and Ad J O C LYKIIsrS jir Practices in all Courts in joining Counties ami Court of Appeals Collections a Specialty Camiton Woikk CofNT Ky U Â¬ Ji BAKER Attorney at Law JAlKSOX KY TTJK J A TAULBKE witfi new tvpe first class presses and fine paper in the hands of skilled mechan ics mav be had at this office at less than city prices It will pay auv man in rastern Kentueky to get his printing at Tin Hrit AM office Send for estimates and slate exact lv what you want Inli further nnti vv we will lirint il imvelopes and J0 Xoteheads to mateh and nail to anv address on receipt of 20U THBKTOInX KTllF SlKNCKII COOPKIl Address Secured his release He was not heard Hazel Ureen Ky of again until 1878 In the fall of that SpkxiKi Cooimi H C IIkundox year he and a confederate named Mat Â¬ NOTICES ORDER ROOKS OPTIONS PAMPHLETS PROGRAMMES RECEIPTS REOIPKS STATEMENTS SALE RILLS TAX LISTS TAGS c kv jriAnv and evervthing that can be exe Â¬ gv How Krtward Jotiusuii llohbed tho South Â¬ ern KxproAH Co of 810000 Cincinnati Knquirer Detective Joe Warren of this citys force unci Chief WJinllen of Louisville Ky yesterday iiuulc an arrest in this city which is of ntoro or less importance throughout the country As u result a man whoso deeds tw an express rubber made him notorious throughout the laud was last evening taken from Covington to the Falls City of the same state There he will be held by the authorities of the Tennessee Penitentiary where he is wauted to serve out several years of a twenty one years sentence The prisoner is Edward Johnson a man whom the authorities of nearly ev Â¬ ery city in the Union have- been on tho look out for over a year The oflensc for which fie is wanted was a most DAiiiNo itoiminiY Perpetrated nearly fifteen years ago and by which he and a pal now serving time secured a cool in the Nashville Pen 10000 Johnson is recognized as one of the smartest of his kind in the country To what exent he has operated through out the country besides his participation in the two jobs hereinafter detailed can only be surmised The first job that brought him to public notice was done in 1SG5 In St Louis be and a pal at that time managed to steal the fat sum of 10000 from a delivery clerk of the Johnson Southern Express Company was arrested and convicted of participa- Â¬ tion in the job and was sentenced to twenty one years in the penitentiary of Missouri at leilerson City After doing eighteen months John Â¬ son weakened and after turning up most of place He was at once recognized by the sbcrifl and once more taken to Nash- Â¬ ville Thero ho remained up to about a year and a half ago Through his in- Â¬ fluence with tho prisoners and religious and benevolent organizations on the outside Johnson was instrumental in Few Prediction - a manner in getting tho Legislature TO KNACT TIIK GOOD prisoner war reduced for good behavior A short time after that ho was got out by friends on a writ of habeas corpus and at the trial of the same was ordered discharged by Judge Reid Ho was ac- Â¬ cordingly turned Tooso and has since been at large notwithstanding the stren- Â¬ uous cfibrts of the police and prison au- Â¬ thorities to recapture him Tho latter action was due to a subsequent decision of the Supreme Court that tho law un- Â¬ der which Johnson was released was un- Â¬ constitutional and therefore null and void A reward of 300 was offered for his rearrest NIOTOUItAPIIS OF TUB FUOITIVB letter from Now York in yesterdays Commercial he outlines thr possibilities By which tho time of servitude of a of tho Labor party this year ind next TIMF LAW year He speaks of a meeting with Henry George and no doubt his in forma- Â¬ tion if too sanguine has the morit of being from first hands Col DuncaU i of the opinion that if the 08000 voters re- Â¬ ceived by Gcorgo last year is increased in the proportion that the Labor people expect it to increase tho result will be u general upsetting of Presidential calculation 4 Â¬ Cuas 5 M Faukn o Physician and Surgeon Jackson Breathitt County KENTUCKY COOPER HERNDON GENERAL FALLEN TR ELMER NOltTirOUTT n4 Ipate HAZEL GREEN KY Jeweler Have the following property which they IIAZICT GUKI2N KY wish to sell at once and parties desiring to Ofliec over W T Caskevs store Office secure bargains rill find it to their interest to inspect the propeity We will tnule some iioui h S to 11 A M and 1 to 4 V M of it to blue grass land Write us calls attended to day or uight All No 1 TA acres of land on Laurel Creek Wolfe county 4H miles from Hazel j recti WONKY IACKACK Ciood dwelling house anil out buildings uM HOTELS watered good timber line apple orchard To bis partner at Memphis After so doing he boarded the same train on HOUSE Phoenix coal veins v J lie New which the package was and duly arriv- Â¬ No t One two storv dwelling built in ed in KY that city The delay necessitated HAZEL GREEN lSS l containing six rooms good out build by the package having to go through ings a well of never failing water beautiful J H grounds well set with rare and valuable the express companys office allowed I am now running the little hotel around shrubbery and a fine assortment of fruit Johnson to join his pal Morris before the earner on Hnvulway and rcspecttully grapes fcc The beat garden in town one the messenger could deliver the alleged invite wy former patrons and traveling co of tlie most desirable dwellings to be found money parcel to its pace of address ule euerallv to eall und ead mid shlecb in Hazel Circen Situated on the height Their scheme was to get the delivery leading to the celebrated Swango Springs J 11 1lKltATT by mr blure rob him of about midway between the center of town clerk into their place and what money he might have in his valise Ky und the Springs AYHOrSE llAZBii Gkkkv The plan worked admirably as in due Newly Fitted and Refurnished Mii acres of land on Lacy Creek 2 time the express agent with 10000 in No 4 Tlie best the market affords will he found miles south of Hazel Green on main road his possession called upon Messrs Mor- Â¬ all times and the imblie upon the table at ha about LOO good patronage is respectfully solicited Guests to Campton an iiiexhaustable actcs of of the ris and Johnson thi- - was the opportun and The unsuspecting clerk desired will have ice and other luxuries to he had timberquality of splint and jiiuntity finest bituminous and ity scarcely entered the supposed com Â¬ in first class country hotels In connection some tine quality of canuel coal had is a fine stable for horses and shed room for mission house when Tclriclcs in charge of good hostler Pastur 100 acres of laud 2 miles south TIIK lIMNDri WKltK DKAWN No siLe for horses east of JIazel f recti fine farming laud Jit And in less time than it takes to tell 5 lis LOU DAY Proprietress acres in cultivation nearly all bottom land the story he was knocked setiheless His in good neighborhood and convenient to valise containg the above amount was pOMBrfHOUSE schools and churches quickly appropriated by the two robbers KY CAMPTON ti 00 acres of land the survey be who leaving their victim for dead made No duning on the Standing Iloek corner of the best of their timo at hand to escape 8 S COM US lMtonuimm Jcc Iowell ami Wolfe counties 10 miles From Memphis it was later developed from Campton on the head waters of the the pair went to Arkansas where the The patronage of the traveling imbue i Graining Hloek Fork of lied River It is divided and they separated respectfully solicited Table the best am entirely covered with a virgin forest of pine swag was Morris went south while Johnson came attention for the comfort of guests iwerv poplar oak walnut hickory and chestnut north When the news of the robbery tun Iter HOUSE was flashed over the country the Pinker workSaiybusviux Ky No 7 10 acres of laud most of which ton Detective Agency which had ed up the St Louis case against Johnson lice in the corporate limits of Hazel Orccu G P Adams Propkibtou on the road leading from town to Swango at once recognized his hand in the Mem- Thin old and well known house has been Springs joins No and is known as the Mrs plus job the modus operandi ot which thoroughly refitted and refurnished amMs Kliza Trimble tract Can be laid oil into was identically the same as that in the now open for the reception of the public the most desirable town lots in Hazel recti robbery in the Mound City Nothing Shall be Lett Undone to Make ft is newly fenced ami in cultivation AOKNCY A MAX FllOM TIIK IMNICKltTOX H Adams iuewt Comfortable DiWos at otico detailed on the case No S One house and lot in Northwest after the perpetration of the i recti in ar the common school build- - rectly llnrel MISCELLANEOUS ing good new dwelling house with four robbcrv the Express company offered a reward for the apprehension of the thief rooms good outbuildings garden Ac working of 10000 but tliis amount was utilise 1u rush all classes with employment at limuu No 9 -- 0t0 acres of land on Kentucky nuentlv reduced Through the wife of the whole of the time or for their spare River and Frozen Creek Breathitt county Johnson who was living at Cairo III at Husiucsx new light and profitu 7 miles below Jackson on the surveyed lines moment able 1cnmiih nf either sex easily earn from of the Kentucky Union and Cincinnati ami the timehe was caught in East Missouri rU cents to 5 per evenini and a proportion Southeastern railroads It is covered with a some months afterwards He was sent While in ate sum bv devoting all their time to the heavy forest of the finest timber in thu State back to Memphis for trial limbics hoys ami girls earn nearly as much including oak walnut poplar ash c ami jail awaiting trial he made a great play w iiiuii Thnt all who see thix may suiitl is underlaid with Inexhaustible veim of can at the insanity dodge but signally failed their address mid test the huincss we make uel and bituminous eoal Ho was finally convicted and sentenced this oiler To Mich as are not well satislled pen at we will send one dollar to pay for the trouNo 10 About 87 acres of land on lncy to twenty ono years in the ble of writing Full particulars and outfit Creel miles from Hazel ireeuhnsa Nashville Co good barn is well fenced about tl acres In J Vcu Addrcx Jhouoi Htinson After serving six monthw of his timo juSly Joi tluinl Maiiiu an apple orchard some timber is well he mantiged to bribe one of thu team gra watered ami is good farming land stern at tho penitentiary and CARR IN lIKU 01 A HJX HUXIUIKD DOMAIl KORGE E TUCK CIIWIC ti Louisville Ky with Which Hub sccjucntly proved to bo bogus V ICT1JW dliteiHK ho was allowed to hhlo out in it load of CO GREEN HUFFAECER bedsteads lining hauled front thu instituWhnlfkiilu Jlnilcni ill 11 tion anil subsequently made good hi AND tscjijm Six months tlioronfter ho wan again caught up with however at On KY illii WMhIu St lOlUHVIIJi Invite you to enll mid cc him when you puyvlllu Ky wlnw ho ww iipprolioniltMl and ho puitolllco ttt thai for blirulariiiff viit the olty IttpitlrliitfHXpvthili CZEk KY PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Morris alias Pittsburg Mat went to They were after Memphis Tennessee big game as will bo seen further along The proposed robbery was well planned ami carried to a successful eulunitiiation which speaks for the shrewdness and auIn the further- Â¬ dacity of the robbers ance of their scheme Johnson and Mor- Â¬ As a guise of ris went to Memphis their real intent tlie pair rented apart ments adioining a prominent banking institution and made a bluflat carrying on a legitimate commission business When the proper time arrived fur the trick to come oif Johnson weuj to Hum boldt lenn and snipped a supposed Â¬ Â¬ PIERATT Pieratt Proprietor Â¬ And complete descriptions of of him were sent to tho police authorities of all tho larger cities About a year ago Chief Whallen of Louisville received one of these photos and letters from Chief Carrington of Nashville Tennes Â¬ see All this time Whallen lias been endeavoring to run his man to earth Any number of false clews were run down That Johnson was moving along tho Ohio river in a shanty boat was learned sometime ago but all eflorts to capture him were of no avail A few days ago Whallen received information that Johnson had been seen drinking in a saloon at Abagail and Sycamore streets in this city WITH THIS IOINTlR The Louisville Chief vestrday morning arrived in this city Detailing the facts to Chief Deitsch the latter detailed De- Â¬ tective Wappeustein to assist in milking the capture if possible At Abigail and Sycamore it was learned that Johnson only came in there occasionally Thus thrown oil the track the officers conclu ded to take a walk down to tho river front While at Front and Main streets Whallen noticed a man whom ho sized up as the individual wanted Hie man wlio was going out on Front street was followed and finally overtaken A little maneuvering on the part of tho officers soon convinced them that they had Tim 11IOIIT MAN When placed under arrest Johnson who had unthinkingly admitted his identity made a great kick Whallen wanted to if possible get him to Kentucky with This out procuring requisition papers he finally succeeded in doing and John son was temporarilg lodged in tho Covington jail At 8 oclock last evening Chief Whallen lelt lor Louisville with the prisoner who will be subsequently taken to Nashville to serve out his tin expired term for the Memphis job The capture of Johnson who was apprehend Â¬ ed on therivcr bank at the foot of Race street was the veriest accident Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ho says Tho leaders believe that their 08000 votes will bo largely increased and their total run up to 200 000 in the State In such an event what must bo tho inovitablo result when a large preponderance some say three fourths arc taken from the Democratic vote The same feeling prevails in New Jcrsy and Connecticut whero tho Demo- Â¬ cratic plurality in 1884 was 1200 and 4001 There is no possibility of check ing tho sweep of this movement and it seems to me at present impossible for tho Democrats to carry a single Northern t State crats The New York papers will be used to encompass Clevelands defeat Tho Sim will oppose him TliOi World will not give him an enthusiastic support if in fact it does not onenly oppose him Tho Times Ind Rep may nid him again if he is opposed to Blaine The Star U pledged to the Democratic nominee but its influence is small and the chances aro that tho paper may change hands before next year Jt promises to be a mighty interesting contest in 1888 No Brighton Beach horo race was over more uncertain Louisville Commercial A Col Duncans usually calm judgment has been milled by association with the tempestuous labor leaders in the East If Mr Cleveland is renominated he will be stronger in tho doubtful States of the North New York excepted than ho was before The Mugwumps are ready to condone his slight Ctvil acrviccoflciises Tho labor vote will bo a dangerous cle- Â¬ ment in New York and unless mollified may lose the Empire State to the Demo iS a Tomporanco Sormon t TUB IltlSOHKK stated is now closo on In fifty years of age His anpearauco and bland manner would readily cause him to be taken for anything else than the shrewd As above crook that he is He refused to say any Â¬ Â¬ J Â¬ olasst1h Â¬ Â¬ VX FLOYD T U r-gg- y lill7Il n 1 s Â¬ BOOTS SHOES Wntohmnker wtis learned however that he had been here but a few days and had come with a confederate no doubt for the purpose When arrested of doing some work Johnson was in his shirt sleeves Though the officers oflered to get him his coat he positively refused to tell them where it was The prisoner though now a little aged is regarded as one of the smartest crooks in the country asis evidenced by his actions above detailed Johnsons Tho Court on His Side apprehension in this city is no doubt forMoukiibai Ky Aug 10 The situ Â¬ tunate as in a few dayssomething would have no doubt been done by him and his ation at Morchcad is unchanged all All the time of pal whose very presence in the city fore being perfectly quiet the court today was taken up with tho tioded no good fiom them trial of John Keeton He was placed AIlltBSTBD IIY lINKKHTON In the robbery of tho express agent at on the stand to testify in his own be Â¬ Memphis as stated above the Pinkerton half and swore positively that ho did National Detective Agency was engaged not shoot Howard Logan us charged in Rillv the indictment In fact his whole tes- Â¬ to ferret out the perpetrators Pinkerton the Chief set his wits to work timony wits but a repetition of what ho at once and picked out Johnson as one sworo to last Wednesday On cross ex- Â¬ Several of his amination he sfcowed up very badly and of the parties concerned shrewdest operatives traced the danger- also disclosed a fact which startled tho ous criminal to Memphis and Mr Pink multitude of people who had assembled to hear him testify by stating that ho ctlon went there to make the arrest It had been in closo consultation at Flem- Â¬ was soon learned that Johnson was living ings urg Ky with G A Cassitly who on a flat boat near the city and arrange- Â¬ ments were made to effect tho capture is acting as special judgo in his case and However Air Pinkerton grew nervous this seems to aecrunt for Cassidy being and went himself to Johnsons hiding- - in attendance upon thu court and do place and as ho entered the latter sat at fendant Hwearing oil Judgo A E Cole As soon as he The court has mauifceced a considerable a table eating his dinner saw Pinkerton he made a piny for his feeling for tho defendant throughout tho pistol but Hilly was too quick for him trial and 1ms permitted a great leal of ami the robber seeing that he was brought irrevelaut testimony to go to tho jllry on It in expected however by llfu llflttflu full fl f llwi hiH behalf tii tin v bill bllll1V ly IF IflJI llirKt tin tun Mftltitn all that tho verdict will he guilty detectives command walked with his face toward tho wall while ho was reliev- Â¬ PersonH who lead a lifo of oxnomtro ed of two dangerous horse pistols that are subject to rheumatism neuralgia and were thrust in his hip pockets lumbago mid will find n valuable romedv in Dr J JI MuUiiiih Volcaiiio Oil Llii Loht An account book either at Ha Â¬ intent it will banish pain Mild subdue It hit tho Inflammation zel Green or West Liberty Hold by G B Swango and address J RTugglc Harbour4 Hnzol Green name villi Ky on it and thu finder will bo VflwU vott hVo coiiflilmtcl with torn rewarded by son ling it to Tub Jlritwi of apietite hortdaHie take nmi of Dr Ollluti II MoIWti Little Liver hikI KI1hV Tlioy nre iltftiNHnt u lake nmlv pmlloek key for jintenl Mllil FoundTwo Owner imu vol tlim nydcucrlbhiK will cum yon W mnU h vIhI fofcl bf lock G II Hwsiugo Htwtl Urt wH them und pnylnu for thU notln thing to the officers concerning himself It Wm Barnes who was recently par Â¬ doned by Gov Knott after serving eight years of life sentence for killing Stevens in Menefee county a notice of which appears on the first page called at this office Tuesday Ho said he had called td say to the SBNTiNBi DhMontAT that whisky was at the bottom of his misfor- Â¬ tune and that ho desires to livo in this county ami try to regain his former standing in society and business Ho said his crime was committed in the madness of intoxication and but for Ex- Â¬ ecutive clemency whisky would havo made his death bed in the felons cell Said he I was in Sam Formaus shop a few minutes ago and saw a man lying in a senseless state of intoxication and t thought to myself poor fellow if yoti could realize and feel what I do and know the wretchedness that strong drink has brought upon my life you would not be in that condition Said he Noth- Â¬ ing could induce me to over touch the intoxicating cup again Tom F Rogers says Barnes is the only man that ever paid him a debt in jail He says after Barnes was put in jail he cheerfully paid him Rogers a security debt Sentinel Democrat M i 4 s vt i Â¬ Â¬ VH f u - 1 t A ft r V Mm - i IV Vft 0 Ti r gy tyWfUwi V MV f v y Hazel Gheen Herald SPRNCER COOPER Tubllehcr NEWS NOTES Jame B Laxear- of Omana has boon appointed National bank examiner for Dakota Senator E E Jackson has been nomi Â¬ nated by the Democrats of Maryland for Governor A committee lias boon appointed at Homo to elaborate a schemo to establish a Catho lic University in America and a conference will bo hold on August 7 to dccldo upon its location Emperor William tho Queen of Spain Princo Bismarck and Sonor Canovas del Castillo have received the Popes gold medals in memory or the Carolino Islunds arbitration J C Crowley who stole a horso and wagon and rati away from Watcrbury Conn wns found at Need liani that Hlato probably dying from three self inflicted pistol shot wounds Ho shot himself bc causo a young lady refused to seo him agnin on nccouut of his theft Ninety four members of tho Paris police forco handed to their superior oftlccrs tho other day ailvor watchos bearing tho en graved inscription Souvenir Boulangcr July 7 which hud been delivered at tholr homes by unknown persons The police department has ordered an inquiry A Bertram Texas special says that a party of men wero engaged in pitching dollars in tho rear of U W Phinneys store tho other day when lightning struck and killed M B Sinclair and G A lhinncyand mortally injured Quinu Sauford O AV Phinncy and Dr Hayward wero severely shocked William J Baskett ono of tho best known and wealthiest farmers of Howard County Missouri residing near EsUdlo station died a fow days ago from wounds received from a vicious bull While driving up his cows Baskett was attacked by a Short horn bull in his pusturo and was knocked from his horso and gored by the animal Tho schooner Matthew M Murray has from the returned to Gloucester Mass Bay fishing grounds without having been able to catc i a faro of mackerel She tore her seine and put Into Mulpoquc to lepair it but was told by tho collector that to repair tho seino on shore would be preparing to flsh and thcrororo unlawful He could not repair it on board so ho had to Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY of Idaho and Nevada are brothers The Governors TnE whole length of mail routes in oporation in tlio United Slates amounts to 875000 miles EV Ef i t I r ft EW - W i U Mrs Joseph Cheshire died near Haydon ville Hocking County Ohio a few days ago aged 112 She was tho oldest person in that section of the State Rev W E Ward or Nashville Tcnn It is csthnatod that 700000000 died or apoplexy on board the steamer Au thw will enter into now buildings in ranio rrom Liverpool to Now York u Tew United StntoB this year days ago Tho body will bo taken to Tennessee Several Philadelphians died recent- Â¬ A protest against tho enforcement of tho ly of lead poisoning from eating buns Crimes act has been issued by Earl Grancolored with chrome yellow ville which bears tho signatures of thirty eight Liberal Peers including Lords Spencer Rosobery Rlpon and Kimberly One iiundkei thousand more shad Gertrude Beccror aged seventeen or wero taken from the Hudson river be- Â¬ New York city was rebuked by her mother tween Albany and Peekskill this year tho other night Tor staying out late Sho than at any other season took rat poison and died aftor much sur rering The Empress of Japan will visit this girl of Graclo Storns an country in October It will bo tho Corunna Ind committed suicide by hanging herself to a raftor in the barn first time that a reigning lady of that Polly Haydon a colored woman or New land has visited tho outside world Richmond Ohio died tho other day at the stare advanced age of one hundred and five years 1 wish something loss expensive A Kussian Pacific railroad is con- Â¬ and seven months She was born a slave templated and fivo years aro necessary said she while hor small black gloved 1840 purat Richmond Va in 1782 and in to build tho line Whon finished tho chased her freedom for700 Sho was never hand wandered caressingly among the sick a day in her lifo world can bo traversed in fifty throe satiny folds of the beautiful cambric Sailors ore very scarce all along tho Pa days This time tho clerk throw down sev Â¬ cillc coast Hardly a man can bo obtained of coarse calico and one of at San Francisco Portland San Diego eral pieces W K Vandekuilt has leased Lord black and white striped percale ag Â¬ Eureka or San Pedro A number of deep Lovatta country seat in England for water vessels aro now awaiting at those gravating his rudeness by drumming This a mouth two months at ports for crews and there is not much with his knuckles and blowing through is only a little episode in the yntchiug prospect of their getting away soon his lips an air from some frivolous trip around tho world A woman giving the name or Anna Noropera ton claiming to bo rrom Battle Creek The lady looked the goods over show New Yokks assessment rolls Mich throw herself on tho railroad track in front of a moving train at Newark O a then asked if t hey had any thing dif- Â¬ personal the assessed value of real and few days ago but was rrustratcd in her at- ferent estate for tho present year to bo 1 tempt to suicide by a Mr Moser who resXo wo dont keep a largo lino of 607G10CC3 an increase of 180072377 cued hor She was locked up in tho city cheap goods replied tho clerk super- Â¬ of 1880 como home over the assessment Sho claims to bo the wife of a prison It was a short tinio ago decided at a prominent Odd Fellow and a G A R man ciliously The lawsuit in Illinois that has pri Â¬ meeting of twelve American Bishops at It is thought she is insane With a sigh and some hesitation as General William McKeo Dunn died at his though not suited she ordered ten ority in ago has just passed its forly Home by a vote of ten to two that there to make a tho soeond birthday It began about a was no occasion for of church regarding summer residence in Maplowood Va the yards of tho striped percale It was opinion special deliverance other day of Brights disease He was measured oft and done up with tho 7 hog and has cost the principals of Labor Tho Sabred Con seventy two years old Ho was a Reprethe Knights 7000 Pork will riso if you give it gregation after examining tho question sentative from Indiana in tho Thirty sixth sumo air of insolent iudifiVrcncc that thoroughly arrived at a similar deci- and Thirty seventh Congress Ho was a had tunc marked the mans conduct sion and the secretary of the Congrega vigorous supporter of the war and in 1851 Tho lady paid for it throughout A Philadelphia publisher says tion communicated tho resolution of the was on General McClcllans staff He was then turned to leave the store The revised Biblo has fallen Hat Congregation to Cardinal Gibbons arterward appointed Judge Advocate GenI inquired of the Who is that John H Gieason of West Troy N Y eral which position he tilled with marked of thousands of copies re Â¬ Hundreds has boon disbarred from practice before ability until dropped by President Hayes to friend I was ocompanying on a shop Â¬ main on the shelves and the people the Interior Department ping expedition make a place ror General Swaim will not have them at any price They Newell Matson the oldest and ono of tho Lieutenant James W Graydon the well Who the lady in purple satin stick to the Biblo of their fathers and best known jewelers of Chicago died at known dynamite bomb inventor is likely to That is Mrs Brown the wife of the Clinton Conn a few days ago mothers get into troublo in his haste to procure a Jockey Jamieson who was injured in n divorce rrom his wiTe In his complaint in great railroad king and my friends General Shehid an said tho other hurdle raco at the West Side Driving Park tho suit bogun by him a row days ago at fac beamed with gratification as she day to a Now York reporter that he Chicago a few days ago died from ids in- Indianapolis sworn to by him ho alleged graciously returned tho salutation of conuldered tho Indian a very uncertain juries boating accident occurred off Yirr that ho did not know where his wire was at the lady in purple satin A sad filed Afll No the lad just Icavingthe store quantity but denied that he over made mouth England the other day Two pleas- tho time that the complaint was San Frandavits are now beinc prepared in Oh replied my friend with quite a uso of tho remark so often attributed ure yachts which wero full of visitors cisco stating that Mrs Graydon has reto him that tho only good Indian is a capsized and nitio persons were drowncl ceived lotters rrom her husband within tho change of manner Thats Mrs Malon L O Wilson a elork in the postoflleo at past two weeks and that he must at that Im quite surprised to see her 1 sup Â¬ dead Indian Kansas City Mo was arrested tho other timo have known her address The afll posed she had left the city Ho confessed to The Globe Iron Shipbuilding Com- Â¬ day for robbing the mail letters and appro- davits will bo rorwarded to Indianapolis I said Mrs Malon tho name having opened several with a request tnat the Lieuteuant bo arpany of Clovoland has concluded a con- Â¬ priated their contents sounds familiar have I ever met her ror tract to build six steel steamships for The Comptroller of tho Currency has au- rested will ins rjury lato William Glenn which Oh yes she was quite tho rage or tho Tho Manitoba thorized tho First National bank of Greentho St Paul Minneapolis when you were hero five years ago viib probated at Cincinnati tho other day llailroad Company each vessel to cost ville Miss tho Plana National bank of makes public bequests mostly for religions She was a bride then and some thing and tho 300000 They will form a lino be Â¬ Texas commence First National or Ilcnova and educational organizations amounting of a beauty but was particularly ad Â¬ business Pa to to fOOO Tho largest aro 70O1 each to mired for her singing tween Duluth and Buffalo Her husband son of T liar Charlie tho tho Ohio Wesleyan University Wcsleyan rcll of Darlington County S C was playÂ¬ Femalo College or Cincinnati and St Judge Malon was one of our leading Statistics show that tho Grand ing in his fathers yard tho other day with lawyers but he got to drinking dread- Â¬ M E Church or Cincinnati ror local Army of tho llopublic was never more a colored boy whoa thoy wero struck by Pauls missions fully and they have gradually fallen olosoly united and that the growth lightning and both Instantly killed Mgr Porsico having practically comtill society lost sight of them long ago Tho ocean steamship lines running into pleted his work or inquiry into tho condiduring 1880 was 25000 members He I was in Albany visiting the daughter an agreoniont and tion or Ireland will return to Rome about have made ports for tho first quarter of the pres New York another under a JYX forfeit to bound ono or August It is assorted that of an old friend who unlike her estim- Â¬ ont year indicnto oven greater growth employ non union and union longshoremen the middle tho report of his investigation which he able mother was given entirely to Tho order now has a membership of indiscriminately Tho plan will begin im has forwarded to tho Pope is drawn upon It fashion and ostentatious display mediately and a striko and long light is ex that which Cardinal Gibbons memorial to 350000 was my second visit since her mar- Â¬ pected to result the Holy Father was based and it is sur- - j The railroad telegraphers will seek The immigration authorities at New York mined that the Pope after reading It will riage to an elderly merchant princo of to have passed at tho coming sos recently stopped a Swedish woman and bo thoroughly convinced of the fruitlcss that city On my first I met Judgo sion of Congress a bill making it a child on tho ground that their passage had ness or endeavoring to prevent the Irish Malon and his charming bride and 1 penal offense for any railroad company been paid and that they tohad only liftccn Catholic clergy rrom taking active part in now remembered how captivated I becomo public dollars and wero likely to employ a telegraph operator to di- Â¬ charges Secretary Fairchild has directed Home Rule politics and anti eviction dem- was by her lovely face and manner iud her oquisite and highly cultivated rect the movements of passenger Uains that thoy bo permitted to laud a bond bc onstrations Judge Johnson sentenced Ebcnczcr Stan voice I had an indistinct recollection who has not been granted a Govern- Â¬ Inc furnished by friends that thoy will noi yard the murderer of Miss Alice Hancox become public charges ment license at Youngstown Ohio to bo hanged ou No of hearing some ono remark that ho The Hrst report of the commission com vomber 18 In tho pouitentlary at Columbus had been pretty wild but his marriage Bishops Kain The Pittsburgh Manufacturer de Â¬ posed of Cardinal Gibbons of tho Roman After tho sentence ho aaked with a cynical which was a most romantic love af Â¬ and Curtis having ehargo Is that all scribes a novel craft nearly finished Catholic missions for tho colored pooplo smile W fair had completely changed him Tho American fishing there which is designed for tho rapid and the Indians shows that tho total re- Hodgson of Gloucester schooner Annie has been seized Alas for such changes transfer of coal from boats or barges turns up to July 25 amountod to 7O70 of for sending two men ashore to inquire After our return to my friends home were disbursed The arch about some men who had been lost and not I questioned her about the Malons and to tho holds of vessels It can handle which I7iiPhiladelphia contributed 11007 reporting at the custom house Sho will 50000 bushels per day and will be diocese of fS170 Boston heard the oft told but none tho less New York 55ati Brook- Â¬ tnken to Now Orleans for uso there Its lyn 4S7fl Cincinnati 2700 Thcso mis probably bo let oft with a line pitiful tale of tho loss of property and lraft will only bo two feet and it costs sions wero decree by the Third Plenary a Tho Baldwin prcccptory of Bristol gave social position homo and friends Knights Templar in banquet to Amorican Council about 10000 tho other evening upon which oc-Â¬ through intemperance of the gradual Secretary Lamar has n peculiar pension London Sir Knight Charles Meyer of Philacasion downfall till the oncu brilliant and ad Â¬ Dit Mauvin Gueen president of codo under consideration A widow has delphia presented to Colonel MacLlvor tho mired man was such a wreck his most tho Western Union Tolograph Com- Â¬ lllod a cluim for pension arrearages allowed honorary commandcrship of the order intimate friends had cast him oft of but not paid her husband It is shown by pany and Chauncoy M Dopow presi- Â¬ tho ovidonco which is not disputed that A telegram received rrom United States the suffering of the devoted wife who dent of tho Now York Control railroad tho woman killed her husband was for this Consul Carlctou at Souris P E I states clung to him through it all hoping that tho seines and boats with all the crew draw 50000 a yoar The best paid tried convicted and sentenced to J as to of tho schooners Colonel off H Franco and against hope prcfering poverty and Tho question arises minister in Now York is Dr John Hall Enst Point P disgraco with him to luxury and seized whether under the circumstances sho shall Argonaut wore jwho proaohoa to 200000000 every E I by tho Dominion cutter Critic It ap friends without him Tor her mur Said my friend if not receive a ttunday His salary is 20000 and he derous actbonetlt which uccrued to hor hus Â¬ pears that tho vessels boats wero close In- in conclusion would have For quito a while she appeared with tho writes 5000 more band The caso is puzzling tho law oftlcors shore when the cutter tried to keep up by teaching music seines sot in deep water of the Intorior Department or tho Hardin County but he got to bo such a sot society was Mrs Edward Humpiikkves Signor A Depretis Primo Minister of 111Tho latest reaturo of vendetta is an anonymous notice in obliged to drop them Tho last timo I Uargeu Point N J a great grand Â¬ Italy died at Stradella a few days ngo Tho government receipts so far this writing to County Judgo Jacob Hess to saw them was at Mrs Bishops Easter daughter of Benjamin Franklin driv- Â¬ month umount to W0COOK and expendit- leavo that county Similar notices wore dinner ho drank till he was in such a ing at Southampton I I tho other ures to rt000XX sorved on Logan Boll and James D Bolt Hess Is a condition ho had to bo taken home bo f oro thoy wore assassinated da saw a young girl drowning in a Dr Alvaronda a famous Portugese phy brother-in-laWhere did ho get his liquor to Radellffe who was with I neighboring pond There was no one sician recently docoascd bequeathed 15 James I Bolt whon tho latter was assas asked to holp so ho Uttlo woman did it hor 000 to the Berlin Medical Society Belgium Miiated and who Is ono of tho four defend Of courso it was on tho table peo- Â¬ Reports from various parts of tfclf though sho nearly falntod after say that grasshoppers have appeared in ants cleared In tho Belt Haiubrlnk murder ple liko tho Bishops always havo wino tho terrifio efforts of tho rescue swarms and aro playing havoc with the trial It will bo a matter of Important interest at dinner crops And knowing tho Judges falling to United States exporters of horses cattlo Tho trial races for tho selection of a com The original cause of tho groat Caliand swluo Into Manitoba tho Northwest thoy placed tho temptation deliberate Â¬ will bo hold dur petitor against tho Thistle fornia gold f o vor tho first fever gorm Territories and British Columbia to know first week Is at the National Museum at Washing Â¬ ing the not yet been of September but the that tho Dominion government has Imposed ly before him determined upon day has You cant expect people to ho in Â¬ which preclude ah ton It i securely scaled in a Uttlo The Hov Walpolo Warrou Vliiir of Holy quarantlno regulations In sect loan of hospitable and fcot established snulal gloM bottle and there is no longer any Trinity church Lambeth England has solutoly tho mportatlon lhoo custom initio booaiue jnmu poionu Holy tho country of uny cattlo oxcopt for brood of contagion It a formally aivoptod tho rectorship tMgerplow of gold aboutIttlitlittle flat Trinity church Now York ami will ofall for ing purposes and thoy only to bo imported chooses to make a beiibt of himself -slio of a subject to thoinoHt stilugont quarantine in replied my friend rather warmly itallar It is the piece found by that city In September pocUon All horso and liogu will be sub W EM iwotfiiuod lorrJU No UupniMo not Iilgliutl Hut white dlggiNg a mUli Hce Ike VlTho JroMuitt law of the Netherlands ut ject to twontyono day quarantlno Vice Consul I added mWi ju oast otV Im resinned ItU why t in It wit Ht Paul for tho Htutoor Mlmioaou und Lord UhtUkt Hcronford th fttvr position as oho of tha lords of tho admiralty Why U sho not till tvuohlngf Curtulu IrmU- - MarroU Pedro Pintado dAlwwhU VU to th NmIUumr In U present llrltiili Cabinet y vlio U capable f PoiUlKHttt licntau CwHl WW WJ WPjflWf Iffw Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ eleven-year-old Â¬ Â¬ the harbor ChaSlto Long of Now York to bo Socretary of Legation and Consul General at jGorcaTho Saranac Iron company or Shranae N Y have assigned liabilities estimated assets about from 250000 to 300000 75000 Miss Rebecca Hunter a prominent lady of Newport It I committed suicide tho other evening by jumping from the cliffs in NEWS NOTES Tho President has appointed TEMPERANCE Charlet -f - THE MblJRNING DRESS From Aflluhncc mid High Social Tonltion to 1ovnrty nnd Koclul OntrucUm Something in mourning suitable for warm weather I have a penchant for soft voices and this was so sweet and low with Biich an undercurrent of sadness I involuntarily turned to look at the speaker It was a lady rather tall slender nnd delicate looking but with tho un Â¬ mistakable air of the true lady despite A tho somowhat worn garments heavy mourning vail drawn to the side toward mo completely hid tho face Tho clerk filing a piece of handsome cambric on tho counter and with a jerk unrolled two or three yards then stood looking out of tho window while he drummed with his fingers on the piece of goods with the rudeness pe- Â¬ culiar to sonic of his class when waiting on a shabby customer asked What is the prico of this the lady replied tho clerk One dollar curtly continuing his tattoo and f00 Â¬ Â¬ vcs canablo enough but after n man sinks feo low ono cant woll havo tho wifo coming to tho house I did employ her for Eleanor for awhile Eleanor was her step daughter but was obliged to make a change Ono cant fly in the face of public opinion Then Madame Du Barry came nnd of courso I felt our daughter must have tho best advantages And you preferred that vulgar af- Â¬ fected foreigner for your husbands only child to the well bred and equally competent Mrs Malon simply because of hor husbands ill doing Oh not vulgar Mrs Cross a trifle affected perhaps but that is more her foreign manner But sho really has had more advantages thau Mrs Malon Sho is a regular graduato of the Paris Conservatory And a graduate of tho Paris slums should judgo from her unladylike I manners I replied with some heat You country people are so pre- Â¬ judiced against the French You dont see these things as city folks do You dont see tho necessity of doing as the leaders of society dictate of follow- Â¬ ing the style of education as well as dress I ex- Â¬ Thaiik Heaven we dont if it necessitates fervently claimed putting ones children under a bold unprincipled person exposing them to and crushing tho evil influences worthy but unfortunate Does your husband approve your course Not at first I had quito a time bringing him round to my views But now he can not but acknowledge my wisdom when ho sees how much notice her singing attracts 1 had a scathing reply read but reÂ¬ membering I was a guest repressed it In a few days I returned to my homo but though 1 made all possible effort 1 neither saw nor heard more of Mrs Oh Malon A year later passing through Al Â¬ bany on my way West I decided at the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ last moment to stop over a day or two with my friend Passing out of the depot to secure a carriage 1 was detained by the crowd and so overheard part of a conversa- Â¬ tion between two forlorn looking Was it curiosity or wns it women my good angel prompted mo to turn and question them lis maam its dead she is the night and a fine lady she was if iver one was born Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ten-year-o- Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ What was her name Mallory maam Im thinking re- Â¬ Niver Mal- Â¬ plied the first speaker said the other but something lory that had the sounding of it 1 Will you take me to see her a strange tremor at my asked with heart The two women exchanged glances Perhaps sho was 6omc relation of yours said one No but perhaps it may prove an old friend I replied The women again looked wise but willingly agreed to tako me where the dead body lay What was her disease I inquired beginning to feel a trifle uneasy as wo turned into a narrow filth street It wasnt the sickness at all at all to mo thinking it was the throuble nnd the want of the bite and sup that a dilicate craturc like herself naded Wero but poor folks maam and its nothing but poor victuals we have but we did tho best we could for the poor thing indade maam we did but it wasnt what she was used to and it was aginst her My voluble guides continued their story of the poor ladys sufferings till they stopped before a miserable tene- Â¬ ment with the remark This is tho place maam I followed them up a flight of rickety stairs into a room that huniblo friends had tried to make decent There on a board tho ends resting on two wooden chairs and covered with a coarse sheet lay the remains of whom With a painfully beating heart I ap-Â¬ proached tho figure while an aged crone mumbling a prayer turned aside tho sheet There I saw what I more than expected to see all that was mortal of tho wifo of Judgo Malon a few faded common flowers clasped in tho dolicato hands nnd her shroud tho striped percale Thore dead of want and suffering lay tho beautiful nnd accomplished Mrs Malon onco tho prido of friends the idol of society in a miserable ten- Â¬ ement surrounded by want and wretchedness tho only ones to per-Â¬ form tho last sad ofllccs for tho dyin and dead tho humblest and poorest ol Gods creatures As I bent over hor with oyes blind Â¬ ed by scalding tears my brain seemed a vast chamber through which thoso words wore echoing O Wine thou monster thrico ao urnmir Josephine UrinkorhojK in V J Witness f i -- l Â¬ Â¬ r4rfcfr Mt imt loiwr At Waldeek a Gorman principality decree has been Udiicd that no j Iunaa to nmrry will horouflor ho grautod any individual who U nildlutml in ilmiikumtniMi or having boon o Iih imut exhibit full proof hut hw U no u h ftUvt to thU vlo t Hazel Gbeen Hebald i isy fi JLa v e ffA tff vfw i f Wi t I V V Bt FW C7 9 blood of many a country nowspapor ovor tho wanted features worn by auf the attorney then ho PERSONAL AND LfTtlfAY ran back to the Both scorned to harmonize for onco on fcring and ho whispered sheriff then to tho Attorney again ant Mm Mary Ashley Towftwml f tho ono Idea of sympathy for tho poor They como hore now theyll como familiarly put his arms about his neck SPEXCElt GOOlEH Publisher Kew OrloHiis hits started r mw mag- Â¬ girl even to suggesting a pardon again to draw his ear down while ho whis Â¬ should sho bo convicted This set peo- Â¬ Who will romo Httlo dcarP nsked pered that mysterious something Then azine called Art and Letters - KENTUCKY ple to talking Many who had known Mrs Stuart IAZEL GREEN Miss Â¬ tho attorney would nod smile and feel cisco has Edith Clarke of San Franrocolvcd a sllvor modhl from her formerly and knew what a sweet The angels they como to mo beforo flattered What all this hob nobbing patient girl she had been how sho had when 1 was here and now when I die whispering and smiling was about no tho Secretary of tho Treasury for savÂ¬ SONNETS IN SHADOW ing a schoolmate from drowning Au- Â¬ borne her misfortunes declared sho they will find me because you are good ono could tell gust 31 188G ought to bo acquitted oven if sho were here so good should bo wo nro watchoil unaware inItuy What timo Is tho caso Bet for In tho recent those who havo gone from us If our guilty Of course sho was guilty You will not dio now Amos you Squire Judge Arnold at last asked pondence between interesting corres-Â¬ blRllS Mr Bright and Glad- Â¬ Judge Arnold never would have made must get well again and be happy and aloud RIiiB in tholr oars If tears that scald our stone tho lattor addressed his former such a blunder as that oyos hear tho birds sing and watch the Ten oclock answered that imper-Â¬ They sec and long to stanch If our despair whilo Bright About threo days beforo tho trial lambs play in tho pasture as you used turbable dignitnry of the law without colloaguo as Bright wroto My dear Mr Gladstone Fills them with nngulbh wo must learn to Clarence who had sought in vain for to do looking up from his writing A b Fiftv Years his brothers address wont to Newton boar No said Amos I will never bo len oclock came and tho sheriff Queen book entitled Mrs Katharino In strongth of silence Though doubt still to consult tho lawyer Mr Layman well again here written by but oh I want to see who had gono after the fair prisoner denies Hodges of Jorsoy City was presented His father had grown more kindly to- Â¬ sister Helen Sho went off with a entered with her can not glvo assuranco which dotlos It Mrs Bridges ac Â¬ to tho Queen through hor private sec- Â¬ Allperadvcnture and If anywhere ward tho girl though ho declared he strange man and sho has been gone so companied her Boor child you shall retary by Mrs Carolino W Romney was actuated only by sympathy He long Oh why dont she come backP Our loved grieve with our grieving cruel wo not go alone tho good woman said an American journalist To chorish selfishness of woo The cluinco knew she must be guilty She will como back Amos The Lord is very good to mo in my Should keep us steadfast Tortured utterly It has Clarence saw Mr Layman and talked But I am going to die and I want afllictions said Helen dovotedly I Clovoland beon remarked that Mrs possessos with him about the case That gentle- Â¬ to see her beforo I do This hopo alono In all tho worlds expanse exceptionally shall not bo alone for ho will be with Wo hold forlornly how deep love can bo strong wrists and is consequently man had little hope save the strong pub Â¬ You must not think of dying said me Grfersjsllcnco proving more than utterance lic sympathy for his client He went to the kind Mrs Stuart I know it my child I know it but ablo to cuduro the prolonged hand Â¬ see Helen to oiler some words of consola- Â¬ II The doctor at the poor houso said I sometimes tno prtneo or uarkness shaking of public receptions without When two souls hnvo boon truly blent In one ovor fatigue Her strongth of muscle tion and It could not chanco that ono should cease to dejected found her much more sad and must die and 1 want to see sister Helen rules is attributed to her persistent uso of than at lirst bo beforo I go I want to kiss her onco His rulo is brief said Helen And one remain allvo Havo yon seen my little brother Twero falsity more and have her arms around me They can kill this body but my soul dumb bolls Sho is said to bo quito a To all that has boon to count union done gymnast and owes much of hor wero almost the lirst words she uttered She will come homo Monday said is bovond their reach graceful carriago to tho thorough com-Â¬ No Helen I declare I was so busy Mrs Stuart Because death blinds tho sight Such throads Sho had determined to Helen put on her neat littlo hat Mrs are spun about you that I forgot Amos but I induce her husband to go on Helens Bridges came to adjust it for her Her mand of her body given by calls By dear communion oven the dread Three guess lies all right bond should she be committed by the face was pale while one little curl in- Â¬ thonic exercises Can not or cut or disentangle Sea Mrs Pickett widow of Goneral From shoro tho moon may draw but two drops Hes at tlie poor house she said magistrate The preliminary examin Â¬ sisted upon hanging out coquottishly run What in the hands of that scoun Â¬ ation would be on Monday next and though Mrs Bridges tried to confine it George E Pickott was married when drel Bill Jones It can not be Together what can separato What thought she could then be bailed out if not Well just let it go my dear I am she was fifteon years of age Her son Touched but ono brain What pulso beat Helen assured him he was there and acquitted sure you look sweeter by it said tho was born beforo his mother had faint or high very ill The wetting he got the even Â¬ Mrs Amos wanted to know when it would good woman kissing her Did not both hearts share duly Now wo reached her sixtoontli your There is Pickott is still a vory young looking ing beforo her arrest had resulted in a be Monday and Mrs Stuart said it are ready Do not bo excited child naught woman superbly handsome Hors is dangerous fever would be only two days more She Helen smiled saying In all wo do or dream from lightest sigh Clarence vowed he should be taken called her husband in the room to see To weightiest deed by which we arc not Our natural impulses are sometimes a dark voluptuous stylo of beauty taught home that night and in a hour was rat- - the little sick bow Beneath that rugged beyond our control and it makes but Slnco tho war sho has persistently We live together or together die tling away to the poor house When exterior the fanner had a kind heart little difference how I look or act If I avoided society Her appoaranco at nr he reached the front gate a miserable and tears gathered in his eyes as ho be Â¬ Gettysburg was tho first sho has made We must be nobler for our dead bo ure in public for years rotten tumble down affair he was held the little sufferer Than for tho quicic Wo might their living Charles Gushing Barry who en- Â¬ accosted by Bill Jones the keeper a eyes He sent Will his youngest son to tered the City Bank of Boston as Deceive with gloss of seeming but all lies pipe in his mouth and his hands in his Newton for the best physician and Were vain to cheat a prescience spirit pure book keeper in tho hoight of the panic pockets took a seat by the bedside of the little of 1837 resigned the position of cash- Â¬ Our souls true worth and aim however poor What do you want here Clarence cripple They see who watch us from some death- ho demanded ier of tho National City Bank recently You look better now said tho less skies on tho completion of his fifty yoars of I came here for the little sick boy With glance doith quickcncd That no sad boy who noticed the change in Mr service at tho ago of eighty one and Clarence answered surprise You dont frown at me any Stuart Sting them in seeing bo ours to secure at a specially called meeting of tho Which un more you are not mad at Amos now boanl of directors was prcsonted with a Amos Lakeman Living our loved ones mako us what they No my little boy 1 was never mad tlrcnm l i handsome silver pitcher in commemo- Â¬ Whove you got your orders from at you Dead if they boo they know us as we are ration of the event and was voted one From Heaven answered Clarence Henceforward we must be not merely teum Every thing is so bright lam sure I half of his present salary as an annuity hitching his horse and pushing on am going to die because every body is Bitterer woe than death it were by far during his lifetime through tho gate past tho burlv keeper better and the To fall their hopes who love us to redeem angels are coming Maria Mitchell is ono of thosoV Yed better show your writius Loss were thrice loss which thus their faith No no Aiiiod you will not dio yon could mart is he women whoso infiuenco over other Where demanded Clarence must live 1 will give you a pony Arlo Half in Serlbntr Magazine jl women especially young women is At this moment Simple Nancy with and some and lambs little and you shall her hideous giggle arose from behind stay unbounded With the whito curls x cV 111P imWVYGilBZtMf I here all tho time LAKEMAN a tree and said JI about her neck and the straightfor- Â¬ The prospects of life were so bright MOTHER TARTItCM ward direct look that Is a uniquo charm This way this way O- Uat these promises that tho face grew am unmoved it will be taken Â¬ Ho followed the woman to an hopeful for hard in her eyes hor girl students at Vas Tho Story of a Young Girls Strug- Â¬ ened guilt if I tremble or weep it will be sar scorn to feel it not merely a neces- Â¬ old hut dark miserable and dirty gle With Advorsity The doctor came and Mr Stuart met supposed to come from a guilty con sity but the highest of There on a wretched bed lay the privileges to him in the hall science The Lord give me strength to do whatever sho wishes Sho lives in wasted form of little Amos His BY JOHN It MUSICK Savo that child if possible doctor tho observatory with the telescopo near my ourden is mv nraver crutches wore near him but he would ALxnoit of Tiik Hanker or Bkdfoud if you havo to devote every hour of There was just the least llutter as tho running up through the domo in tho never need them again He was about WAITEIt IiaOWNFIELD ETC Mr Stuart felt fair prisoner entered middle space for recitation rooms and to take wings to the land of eternal your time to him Copyright 1S SG by A A Kellogg Xcwtpaper Co A crowd of village loafers came pour Â¬ for tho most charming of domestic day where sorrow and suflering are now that his stubbornness had been the cause of all this misery He hated the ing into the court room The caso had menages being found in tho two storios CIIAPTKIt XX CONTINUKD unknown proud Mrs Its all a lie said Bete its every Clarence was a strong youth and mild scandal Arnold and her tales of caused considerable comment and of tho wings on either hand brought more than the usual crowd of hh o it a lie made out o whole cloth deemed it a weakness to weep yet he The doctor said there was but little lookers on to witness it and shabby goods at that could not repress his tears at this sight HUMOROUS hope Amos might live but it was very Mr Layman beckoned his beautiful Is she really in jail and have you of misery In a French agricultural school client to his corner of the court room Amos my clear little boy he said doubtful seen her asked Warren anxiously Tell me I pray you how to keen Little Amos would sleep a few and the hairy mole on Mother Tar I have come to take you home with Bete explained that he had been on a By never kilting tho moments and then awake and ask if jt trums chin again trembled and with mutton fresh me Do yon want to go trading tour and had not seen Helen sheep It was with an eilort the little fellow was Monday had Helen come oh ill suppressed indignation she espied since ho left her at Arnolds but ho had Tho Tragic Fate of Mary the curl on the broad white brow Yes yes its so nice there would she come before he died said the strongest faith in her innocence and Mary had a little lamp Tho fatal Monday came The doctor The shameful thing shes tried to he could convince Squire The angels will come to me there and knew that Twas ull of koroscno Bluffers in three minutes Im goin to die soon They 11 never came at one o clock and announced make herself look party she whis One day tho lump It did explode Since then altos not bouzlnn Guess theyll The trial comes oft to day said come to take me to Heaven if I die that the child could not live long that pered to Mrs Arnofd he was living even then OBrien Bhwat ails yur fut cut her hair oil when they get her Bete an ef that blasted train were here I know it Casey Casey the little cripple said thar You shail go at once I has a corrn an Clar- on time wo could make it beforo it be- said The angels are waiting to take mo ence Helens lawyer consulted with her a it sphoils mo wnlkin1 OBrion Faith its ryo that shpoils moinc away Then his face would light up few moments then decided to hear tho Yes and it may be over and she If f i with a smile that seemed nothing less States testimony and perhaps waive Judge committed before we get there said than a reilection of the beams from the further examination They would bo Regular Caller Warren Id liko to son open gates of Paradise There is only better prepared for a criminal court your father Tommy if ho isnt en- Â¬ so but all we can do is Thats one thing I want he said trial if they heard tho testimony of gaged Tommy Ho is but what wait What is that is the matter with Clara asked Mrs Stuart the State here Sho isnt Why was it behind time on this Tell me what you wish little dear Well are ye ready morning said Warren asked tho jus- Â¬ on gaged Can wo not and if it is in mv power it shall bo tice How is your father PatP walk there Very granted bad stir indade No nor hire a carriage thatll take Miss Hallie Arnold was called Her Tho docthor soz if 1 want to see sister Helen and toll us any sooner than the train cf it red face seemed redder than ever as ho duznt rest aisy to morrow hoU her good bye Just let me sec her she stood up to bo sworn comes even at one oclock Tho oath bo dead before morning Arkansas once more before I go that I can tell was administered by the justice in his Traveler Warren went out on tho depot plat- Â¬ father and mother she is happy form and began walking back and usual slow solemn manner and she If your bey suddenly astonishes Who could deny tho request of the took the seat set apart for witnesses forth tho full length of it you by a fondness for hard work dont Bete per Â¬ suaded him to cat some breakfast but ding child Clarence was ordered to Helen sat by her attorney with Mrs bo too much elated oh deluded fathor harness the swiftest horse to the light Â¬ Bridges on the other side holding her First see whether the town isnt billed was a small amount and then ho it est vehiclo and drive without regard to hand continued walking up and down tho for a circus Q7 s horse llesh to the village He must platform whilo his whole soul seemed I never did think much o that Mrs It is rathor positively nssortod that stop the trial and bring Helen there at Bridges said Mother Tartrum how among the many youngladics who havo on fire at tho delay CLAItENCK HKSClKS AMOS Well well see cried Bill Jones all hazards and to say that he Mr kin she set by the side o that thing an been married this yoar vory fow havo CHAPTER XXI worn high hats at places of amuso- with an oath He stood in the door Stuart would be responsible for tho her a thief THC DYING CHILD Tho nearer Helen Lakemans trial his fists clenched The timid paupers prisoner Hallie Arnold was cool self possessed mont- - N 0 Picayune Five minutes later Clarence was and gave an unwavering account of the The phraso approached the less chanco there tied at the first indications of hostili- Â¬ midsummer mad driving his swift footed Brinco at a disappearance of her bracelet seemed to bo of proving her innocence ties She ness was originated bv a man who Clarenco was rash and indiscreet in dead run toward Newton There were so many corroborating cir- Â¬ then told of Helen Lakeman coming to had been watching another man in a cumstances to fasten the guilt upon her this as ho showed himself to bo in all their house with a man and of her next hammock being toyed with by several CHAPTER XXIL But strange to say a reaction had set other things At a bound ho struck the finding the bracelet in her carpet bag mosquitoes Somcrvillc Journal TIIK TIIIAU in Bublic sentiment as to the belief ruffian Jones a blow in the mouth Monday came and it was a busy day There was just the least exultation on Down South they eat pepper on in her guilt was just tho same but she which idled him to tho ground Jones at Newton Squire Hlufleis was busy Hallies part as ho told tho justice watermolon Up North they some- Â¬ was gaining sympathy every day Tho was hardly prepared forsuch an attack He sat in his easy chair at his table his about the poor girls fall times mix cayenne poppor Avith tho weekly Newton papers for Newton and learned to his cost the power of glasses mounted on his nose and his The witness was at last turned over mustard to warm tho plastor after eat Â¬ like all other Western towns had two that Herculean arm pen went scratch scratch over some to the tender mercies of Mr Layman ing watermelon Journal of Educa- Â¬ newspapers with an nvorago cord wood Seizing tho frightened child Clar legal looking documents before him Mr Layman wanted to know how tion subscription of four hundred each had ence bore him to the sprang in The sun was shining brightly and the long Helen had heeli at Mr Arnolds Mnmmu to Wnltor who has Just two oolumns and several squibs and drove oil leaving Bill Jones to day promised to be warm house before the bracelet was missing roturnod from his first exporioucos with devoted to larceny wonder whether a thunder bolt or fall- Â¬ The sheriff was busy returning his Sho came the night beforo What time a fishing rod What baok sosoonP One headed the column of his article ing mortar had struck him suhpuiiiacs which were many Helens the night before It was dark or about Walter Yesm I thought Id como A Bily nml tho other had Shame Thu little sullerer made no complaint lawyer had subpumacd a host of wit Â¬ dark Was it dark Ilallio looked homo Tho worms wore so nervous I ns tho catch lino Tho pity was for tho on the road though at times his pain nesses to support her good character Diifiincil and said she did not see her cnuhlnt get em on tho hooks liar girl and the shame was that she was excruciating Hie and her while Mothers Tartrum and iriiudy when hhe came Who was with her per Huzur should he so neglected that she should mother met Clarence who bore the wero on the Mile of Arnold ready to A man What was his name Peter Gllhooly It does mo good evtry bo forced to Hteal for herself hick child in his arms The dcaucst swour they never thought her un gootl Starr commonly known as Bete the tlmo 1 road of a rich umu marrying a and little brother These two papers whitest hhcctw the softest bed ami pil Â¬ as she ought to be Was any one else with herP poor girl GrM Do Smith peddler Vflij wero the Newton HepubUcnn and tho lows were prepared for him Judge Arnold wai alio bimyjIiU Yes Whop Speaking almost undtr her does it do you goodP JImmim tkH Newton Democrat both political hhoots Little Aiuoi was loo much exhausted short whisker elevated to an almost breath hint tald her littlo brother Wtut the rich if 111 he might havo wrri4 whom Riiiiu Idea w to carry tho to wpouk lil gratitude hut from hU horizontal portion dodging about from pot Bete carrying hlmP She did not villi remainx In tlifl nmrkat hh4 I mm county for llmlr party in order to get pale face and Had eyes name the ex the blicrifi In the attorney for the State know mother unit em t the doo looking out for h rivk wlf nym tils public urlutlug wliloli U thu lifts- - piciloiu of tlmiiU A ftinllo kprvad hu whujerod viHiiu aujju lulvloo toj k cuxtixuku to Â¬ AMffl il 5Pf ys HELEN - IJw i -- ca ill ii r- - i f- -- iis o J 4 it MyiAwiTiMjiy IHPWT - - W73V MlW r Hir7 THE LEGISLATURE Miio my rMw 9P 1 ir Hazel Geeen Herald PUBLISHED BY SPENCER COOPER MKMMWOI WJUBWtHWfW Subscription - Moimy to Acriiiajmny thu Xitiiio SI a Year Editoii KY 2G 1887 SPENCER COOPER 111 of thu Now Motithorn fnr n Knoitti Ilclow we niihlNh n Ifctoftlio nuu mem hers of llit Houm1 mid Sennit with thu post oflice mhlrcMCs m far uf known The lit puhlicnn incmhcs tiro in small flips Till iiouhi A mT Manlllatucrst tlljMto I fitogaa law Host a Knlisli Htt ol Circular niul Lou IsF Kf tvi Tt f Friday KAZEL GREEN August Br f V t K L Aa thcro has boon some talk of hlic liiiicgnn in the calling of the primary election to he held at Camptnn on tomorrow to nominate a Democratic candi- Â¬ date for Sheriff of Wolfe county we have taken sonio pains to ascertain the facts in the case With that end in view vc called upon A Pokteii Lacy Eq of this town who is a member of the Democratic County Committee and from him we learn that the call was made in due form by the chairman and that it was iu no wibc in the interest of any particular candidate Mr Lacy Hays he had heard a great many persons express themselves as agaiiibt precinct primaries on account of the prevalence of party feuds and the presence of liquor a com Â¬ bination that generally promotes strife and that he was himself in favor of hav ing a mass meeting to determine the choice of a candidate Ho had never talked with any member of the commit Â¬ tee until it met utCampton and he then advanced and advocated a mass meeting but another member of the committee Tiios C Joiikkix Esq favored a county primary to be held at Campion Au- Â¬ gust 27 and as that plan met with the approval of a majority of the com Â¬ mittee Mr Lacy acquiesced Jleisof opinion that it is the fairest way open to the aspirants for the oflice of Sheriff and the best jxible means of avoiding Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ville trucked 1 burg Itallunl and CnrlMe John M Nichols lllumlville H Wilson llrnr Wallow llnrrtii lluth and Rowan J J Ncsbltt Owingv Atlnir W W ltiNOHxM Columbia Allen K Scott Huown SonttMville Anilcrmin Thomas II Ilanks Lawrence SI A W mm nnxirtts in Files Gummers Swages Emery Wheels Leather and Gum Belling or thu innrUrt Our Clroiilnr Snxxs stiinl it tin IioihI tonipor mill iuillt lliolr ntoihs In xvornmiiiililp I ol t louKliocsitml elnstilt snxxs hi stock ol our own jlnitoi tutlon line of Freueli Iliunl SAWS for SPECIALTY LARGE CIRCULAR Pi ices Se id A Price LM w ith lii it Diconnt fully xvananted and at Ib ck Ilnttom Work Jos A Walton Gernuintoru Jtrcathitt Morgan and Magollin W M Kendall West Liberty linurbon Chunk M Thomas Xorih Mid dletown Hoy It S S FllY Danville Uovd and Lawnnce J A IIlGKS Louisa lJuHitt and Spencer X W Cochrane CS limine T S 1 logins AVulton 7 Vine 7G A11 orders sent to J T it and will have our best attention Greenup and isa NICXVIY V Day Hazel Sreen Ky and 86 WaterforStreets beCINCINNATI pnnnptlx forwarded repair will for new O t- c - workorsiiws - n- nix My MMMMMMHMVMBTHiaBHWVMIMMIMnniMII1 Lou- Â¬ t tx m xi n a as a ma na a a n C fiFit KlrCTrt KKNATOKS r m Fulton and1 District Hickman m tv M A m nuila in Ri l H f w a r khb port Graves John li Kemp Hickman k a v aw- - rt r 11 leeeli Second District McCracken Italian and Irineeton ruiinwll itu f ky wai n v m Calloway Tipton A Miller Murray T Glenn McCracken Marshall Campbell John P New man JlarryUil Third District Lyon Livingston Callo Hard Labor Newport a v and Trig J I Hendriek Livingston nooti Fourth District Caldwell Carroll Ilentiss Meade Carrollton Ciittendeii Said a tyroat man but wliv alllict the doj if lie Carter and Hllintt Mi Tannin Martins and Webster F W Darby Princeton it Yet many crson read an almanac whore various dis Â¬ ljlllt Caldwell county Christian I eases are described and symptoms given that will Fifth District Henderson and Union SiiutjK Ilopkinsville W F Herry Iniontown Fnion av Winchester Clark lames l out of convince a man that he is A VV FULLY Clay JuekMOii and Ow ley H II Hoiks Sixth District Christian and Hopkins Iloonuvilli J H LrNsnmi llnjikiiif to Take whack and they are ready to buy Something Crittenden and Livingston V It Hindi Ninth District Logan Simpson and Todd J Terrx A diseased livev is the seat oi regardless of real N V 101 Smithland Klkton Todd Jud e Kleventh District Cuniberland and linton Gto W JUlt Warren and Allen ivIiTiTh of the diseases of the flesh That tired nervous rest Â¬ D W Wiight HoxvHiik Green Warien CIIITT Russell--Joh- n s L Pif iiiii Casey and Seventeenth Distiict Laurel Pulaki less feeling that goes to bed with you ami geqs up as prompt Â¬ II Taylor James II Rudy Daviess Whitley Hell Kiiok and JaukMiii J J Waterford lutler and Kdmonson UreekinridKe J KlliottF T I Wallace CllAK IliNKoli C TtUNKK Clover First MTKmm - IWMlWWtt x- w s m i v v xx dont 5 YILL almot I Owensboro Kstill and Lee Payette I 1 Heattyville John ton Lexington I C Ilirr l lemiiif It S Irestonsbuig Floyd and Johnson Hudson John Fleniiysbnrj W LanoMCY Nineteenth Distiict Harren Metcalfe and A L Peterniau Tompkinsville Monroe Moiikic Txventx seeond Pxr I Somerset trouble xit 5 f If any of our readers doubt that East tern Kentucky will wane day be densely populated we ask them to read the fol lowing statistics which we extract from a Washington dispatch to the Cincinnati Enquirer Tt looks liks there will soon be foreigners enought to cover the United States several deep The report of the Chief of JJureau of Statistics for the month ending July 31st presents some interesting figures on immigration The number of immigrants arriving iu this country in July was 9OSo of whom 2157 landed in New York The num ber for the same month last year was Jil3J8 a dilierenee of 8000 The im- Â¬ migration for the seven months ending on the 31st of Juy tSSU was 221313 Thus our increase in population from immigration in favor of the seven months of this year was 101218 Clermany sends 7lS people a month England and Wales 73o Ireland Then comes Sweden and Norway with rSli industiious an thrifty candidates forcitzenship Austriu llungary including Bohemians gives us 30f3 Russia sends 2875 people and Italy bonds every thirty lays 2331 organ grinders and banana peddlers Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Napoleon Paint Lick Grant Tim Xeedhiiin Williiiinstown WM IIuM Leitchfield iraxMin M Wood Camp Giciii and Tnvlnr belNville Greenup W J A llAitniN Greenup i raves W V Worrel Pottsville D L May Kliebethtowu Ilardiu C H Martin Cvnthiana Harrison Hart Joel T Price Woodson ville Harlan Hull Leslie and Perry I G 1 Franklin James A Scott J Fulton ami Hickman--- 1 ihlNnn Gibson iallatin Garrard W A Amlersou Frankfort Oliver Cayee and Jcsscmiuc Distiict Sain T Woodford Scott Leaxy Midway Nicholas Thiity third Di trict Perry Letcher Clav Haiiau Flovd Pike and Martin Dr A Woodford Twety fouith District Kenton Win Goe bel Covington Twentx sith Dwtrict Hracken Pendle W W Diekerson Williams ton and Granttown Grant county Thirtieth District Nicholas Harrison and loherton Dr It F Reynolds Carlisle - Â¬ ly as the rooster crowing and sticks closer than a brother tells you that vou 2CJ0KIJ something to overcome it A nastv aloe coated pill makes vou ixmc to TJUXK of it You cant Yo havent any Xow listen I bear the THOUGHT of it great discovery by Indians but we have a SiMALL sugar coated Pellet that the most delicate may take a combination of VKGKTA HLH remedies the work of one of the best educated Physicians in this country a formula that we will give auv Phvsician desiring it If vou XKKDa L1VI5K Pill trythesJ P CALVERT all CO- 1 1 Colston Henry- Henderson G 1 W Norman K W Ilolloumu Piovideuee Hopkins Hancock It K Duncan Hawsoville Jelleison K I Briscoe Jessamine W T Jones Nicholasville 1st District Harvey Myers Cov Kenton John Smiths Mills Lockport Thirty fourth District Maaoflin Hreathitt Johnson Menefee Moruiin Woltc Owsley Powell and Lee It M Pieratt West Liber tv Morgan Thirtv lifth District and Fleming Dr K K l Â¬ IISttxvaiT fnstonburg EjySold by all Mer Iimt L CINCINNA O Projuietois Abraham Carter Hitf Flcminusbur v Thiitx sixth District Jellersou count Itoxvau Hath TRIMBLE BROTHERS nglish h Louisville 11 Knox and Whitley LY Larue J M SALLCi llodyenville IjiuivI ami IJoekastle Sam Wviin Leiutou City of James II Mulligan LiviiiKton Lewis S IIlLIis Concord Loan C II Hlakey Auburn District J M Letterle LouisMlle 2d District John I tint num Jbl District Jacob lloert Ith District Arthur Wallnce Itli District Ilenrv Kremer Cth Dihtiict John tyan 7th District A II Charlton A T Cliciuiult Richmond Madison Marion llnili M Cooper Lebanon Marshall and Lyon W in M Kccil Henton Mniliall county 5 ington Id District W K Igan Labor Covington id District Charles F Coleman Covimrton District Third Fourth Fifth Mth and Seventh Districts of Louisville John McCanu Louisville Thirtv-eii-htNinth Fighth District lenth Flcxenth mid Twelfth Wards Lotus louisx ille vine urei u u iia Thirty-M-venth Â¬ IWnWMBUIIlWMgtilgWtWIIIMHIliM 111 III I MT STERLING KY The at It HeilOVater room oi the ilkkald Umce and is prepared to cleanse - iiaei is now located Green in the upper Western Steani r t it iespecminy tr invite trie mountain T ik j i irr- Merchants to Examine their Stock ana rices soeiore purciiasing - iuiiwiti Mwina urn Miion A P Soodiu Â¬ J Mver Weil Padueah U MWanl Calhoon McLean Menefee Montfoincr Poxvell and Wolfe MeCrm keii M Mxliek Olixer Freiichbnr 1 Mercer IUslMU D Curry Prohibitionist Tlai- - If V m t Wo loaru from a gentlemuu just IlrcatUUt county that the ucoplo there Sulphur Oxvcn K K Settle Oxyenton arc soiling out the mineral rights to all Ohio II I KiiiMtlvint Hartford Pendleton V V Wallace Icnoxburg tlusir lauds and that tlioy arc being W Pike Martin a syndicate for speculation Nexx berry Iner Letcher and Knott T bought up by Martin county when the railroad enters that county IlihiNki Kli riMlie SouierHet Nicholas Pobertson That the wiling of these mineral rights Scott John See Pack tieorjietoxxn K will cause a temporary prosperity in that Shelbx lony ltadad I1 M Ilixxson Jr Franklin Simpson section is patent but will that temporary Todd N 11 Uiley Alleiisxille prosperity rcdouned to the good of the MONDAY AUGUST 15th 1887 TiK Wm P Wharton Cadi Union S Spalding Morpiufield county in the long run The right to Warren Win Cook Win T Cox lloxv initio minerals docs not intuTero with llni recti clean large well farming operations but where laud is Wayne Ions II SilHxitKK Montieello Woodford It 11 iruv Versailles opened up lor mining H bocius to us it Washington WKNniKiiiK ProSprinij ventilated buildings furnish Â¬ would be of little valuo for agricultural field Webster A J Morehead Tildeii puposes However every one must ed with new improved school SUNATOKS IIOlDINd OVKIt puddle his oxvn canoe and if he sink Ilepnblicaiif in Miiall cups Seventh nintrict Daviess and McLean from selling out his rights it is nono of furniture It S Triplett Oxxensboro our fuult Kiehth District Muhlenberg Ohio and Hntler S K Hill Hartford Tenth District Mreckenridjc Hancock Full Corps Competent Teachers 3Ion Tom Stuaut of Winchester Kdnionson and CSriiyMin A H 1JVK1US vriting to subscribe to Tue HiuiALl Cloveport Â¬ Txvefth District Hardin Meade and llul and says Tleyso plach my watue on your BoxTuition litt 1IT Kendall Hniiliiibiirt jiubscriptiwi list for your newsy wide Â¬ Thirteenth District Halt Lnrue and cidental Expenses Reasona- awake little paper With tlmrequest he ClriH u D II Smith Undcuvillc Fourteenth Distiict Spencer Nelson and sends us u dollar and nuNJ Comi down nble Shelbv J J Cilbert SlielbyviUe Td fec tbo livest toyn in tho Stntc the Hfteenth District Marion Washington For further information call uturo Gutot way City to tho groat u nd Taylor Thoiniu S Ciiundy Sprinitneld Sixteenth Distie- t- Clinton Cuinberhird mineral bolt of lilaitenv Kentucky Ailnlr llussell and Wnyne W F Nkat NeKon Pen lohnson Iardstoxxn Nicholas and Knhcrtimii 1M Kenton Mt Olivet lloberlson eonnly from Oldham and Trimble W 1 Coleman Meade iiw W Uiehnrdson Hill drove W ClsxiCY Greenville Muhlenberg CoMKK Metcalfe and Monroe vour feathers and make them far better and more buoyant than new Agents will call upon vou and et vour beds and after renovating tlie feath ers return them Satisfaction Kvovv botlv in guaranteed vited to call and see the work S DLhLS rrorietor Q aD HAZEL GREEK UIM i KENTUCKY E3 i Â¬ Wholesale and Largest Stock Lowest Prices Heavy invoices arriving daily and stacks upon stacks of goods to meet every department of trade Live Stock Country Produce and School Claims received in trade on notes accounts or merchandise P DAY J Ilfitf - HAZEL GREEN Fall Terra Begun 1 bNow BAFAHNESTOGKS prcKent lay It U j ir loard in sssnjisff 1 ag-w--a Many a holnloas child lias been Kid In tho KruTo when tho dlea whleh caused lt death hiu boin n tlrely minundcrstood when worm hare reull j wvi ii mo cause itDMixynnrnri hmnn viiiht rami in mu iiiiiunii nyMeui irnmoarileac Ir wlionio more eonitwit ly with their children cannot h tiK obwrvl US LlPtLXVptam otrorwtor no rorely n tbey exlut thcr can a meiMu anit mwnl ilu niniivMl fmm tha or DKnhnrtockB Verroltuire lno i ii jncinn po noi uemaio to recommend iY most wnlnent of th or worh were UcliMVSi ihd mmed StVVel M MrbftlAl arrantSffmnrt iieJUnciw ft laTKO Kwnmiij be hi- - own JndK1 In on aente anil obxamheVverv bottio hhn IS of TiSJrJlSa y FiyrPUrihar to- aajw saaa U A SMSSS J m KsKrss VERMIFUGE 7 alinot utilerKlly wronifm r i wwa KTAnLlSIIED 1SCT Itlsnowneftrlj BtT ycan lnoe tlilamoillclno was offered as remedy for Worm- - mul rrom iliat time Its Teuutatlon nu stHiriiir unit nr ocknow letlKu thriiuffhout nearly all partBof tho uorld to bo tSo or- - t I - II -- BB MM inrtuii w vMitnu iutc UU1 DLTI1I1 mid ticklu from no nnd miners When rPIllHlllW i1 Vnr - CitltHtMBlB M l 1 Uilli - t r I havn uhM aomcof that mo t excellent Ornlnafii vt naTlnriBedUiriglnarn A Fahnentock Verml nirtljril A lahnestock VomiUutreand found It to ftno in my practice for many yearn I haro no heI ITOtntfdeMlml rtroot I thlnlr vnn m1 uu HcnMxIInPnJln all tw i remedy which I aft i ni rl i and tfflcitnt In care where a VcrralfUKo H needed UUUUXIWnll A L nm tu H IUU3 II 1IAKDYM U VfllllU I Ofcainui vn fflu MjUHjiIUA 06 J 8 A FohneMockACo r Pittsburg PiL Solo Iropilttors t 17 -- NKW niVVTtV TTftwinnn rr- f nJw Ialiteenth District Linelon IUiylc Jar Prcs Tnulbep tho brilliant youm nxtxl and Casey F I Uixney Liborty Congressjuianfrom tiie Tenth district ol Tventieth District Anderson Franklin this ctnte will not bo a candidato for ami Mercer L W MeKev IjiwruiiPcburg re ulcc4lonHh00ietf IiIh lullmato friends Oldhtini Twentv first Dlntrlet llenr say ulihoigJiKthe- nomiuutiou xould TrluibWuiid Carroll W M Cravens Nuw doubtless bo given him if ho desitvs it CnstKs DUtrlct ItiUatlii lloone TwenlVthinl Ttuilji H appears i Jtho pulpitoccjwouuN II MeDnurll Wnrstw ly nudit js for tho ministry that ho is nndOxvin S Tweutxlllh DUtrlet Ciiutplell--- A His splendid Horry Newport going to givu up politics Yolcqmi line tlow of Innuago will TxviMilyneveuth DUtrlet Fityutt M C iftuko kirn tt Hunliu prcHchur Alford oxhiKlon Txvitythhtli DUtrlet Hourhon Cterk Miiuisteriul aspirations nro well known in V M Iho Kiyvt mid tectfutly reculvwl mi oiler uud Moiitifinniiry DUtrlet Clay Jr MiulUou Ktlll Tweniymlnlh to tko Iho ptlpit of a ckuroli in Ihllii Dud Itoekcn lle John 1 HurrU ItU biuond stM salary tu iHrguiistlmi which Tlilrtv HM DUlrlcl Mikuh hih boxvU lit OiHgrwu Courlcislour- - ltMlltf wurlHiiiuioH Jiaynviiie TtiiyxvMid DUtrlol Uoyil 1 Columbia on or address Haffll Green Academy Go Ilnzul Green HIT AVolfo connto Kv t G B SWANC miaikii IN out t nlt AllTlf nd rclitrn to us amithin will y Y Hi V il ii i sonil you free tiling of Krent vultio mul linpnrtnnen to yon tlmt will yl 1 1 H ive GENERAL MERCHANDISE UAAVL OltKGN RKKI S CONhrVNTIV OX HAM lil Hlnri you Iu IiuhIdihx whloh Mill nrinj you In nmru inoiiuy nwiiy tlmn nuytliiuir tlhO in hi Morlil Auyono eiui tin ilif work rlit KRNXUOKY A IUIU tSSOHTKINT Ol Iri nnillivAiitlinnitu Kltliurfex all iiijiM Some think ni Nr link hut onln iiuuiey for all worker-ntHilfil tlf4U KrfHiv4 nr the Kiiiuiuiv uniwr llioo who mw tiiut eiiiincriior u lllelim J Biiitittlmu MilTirWiur III 1 Vt will IiIh in uiio tut ynn viipllal wit Staple and Fancy Dry Goods Ready rondo Clothing Boots Shoes Queensware Tinware Hardware Tnbf and Pocket Cutlorv cmnAf las Stoves und Farming Imnlomants In nk everyllilim luuully n llrohuK ry cPi ktrin ei Murt nm ut lKmOMIMUOIS U7iuil ffy telaMuftdu sn witftii rr S H f K ft fc rcniemhcred ly our renders that wmie timo ngo Tint IIkuali men Itrn in ulail mi in the mountain oj tinned the fact of John S Tone of Kviim kv thiut imy iHcr in tho Michigan in eomnnnv with two of our SjImniti TZuTr u nrVwVIls Itiwna vWtlB tl10 nil i which Mrs t ni ni Sntunp mi f ii taking Wll jevern fipminens of the rock J Advortlslncr Raton there found It tnav or mnv not ho if 1 raun nt Hluitii iiiiiitv T crit mi significance to tell oitr readers that dones ineli lir t iiiortion routs nn inch for ul Michigan is npiin with us and the yirh Mih cqiifiit iiiMTiimi present occasion is paying more attention NTANDINU ADVKItTIKMKNTx 1 nr i year uo l inches artiO0 to projecting than he did on his former J inches 1 your lioii inplu voar 1750 visit lie has a young man with him 1 year 12 00 inch 6 inches 1 year LOOO George Rushton of Eaton Rapids MichCrSjeeial ratcnu iuraeriiilveftiseineiits local notiOH 5e a line with per cent oil igan and together they arc examining every piece of rock that hovs a metalic lur lonjr time CiMiininp ami ilenthj notices free tri Mihstanec or that seems from its weight hutes of rtxjioct mid ohiuutrips fi cents a to contain mineral MY Jones tells us line that the npecimciis he took with him J Announcements of candidates for showed hoth silver and gold in Miiall Suite or District nllices 10 County olliccs quantities Of course a man finding a call on porous to hecoine candidates and their unswuis o cents a line Pavahle good thing would he apt to say a small quantity if ore did not contain ninety iiivnriablv in aiivnucc figXo inline will he entered upon the nine per cent of the pure truck and to n man up a tree it looks like Jones nf Kiihscription Hook until paid for and all yiiliseriptionsare Mopped at expira- Michigan has found a bonanza although tion of time pnid for notice of which will he may be visiting this country simply he indicated ly a cro mark on the for past tima However appearances liiitruiu iji front of your name A prompt indicate that he is onto something and renewal onlj will insure its continuance we will not lie surprised to hcarof his hnd siUNCKit im the original and onlv Swift silver T en what whv the hones mine raised within us a few since by GARRISON HE SELLS CHEAP the Drummers account weeks discovery of our will bo dashed or divided with Jones of HARDWARE QUKENSWARE Michigan Where there is so much smoke there must be some fire and we think STOVES Jones will jump into this hidden spark TINWAUi CUTLERY and start a blaze If ho does he is wel 3IASOMC tkjum MT STKItLINO Jiifily KY come to all the wealth and warmth it may create for time after time we have warned our people that strangers would GURRENTTOWH AND COUNTY NEWS come in and reap a harvest of our hid- Â¬ den resources unless steps were taken to They have heeded not O If Perry the artist will remain develop them our warning and if Jones or any other lint a few days longer at Jiazel urecn man gets in his work we want all to rehi the Henry Pieratt will fire his kiln about member that we told you so to night and people who have been hun- - meantime some of our enterprising citi- Â¬ zens should organize a mining company goring lor hrielc can soon be supplied and go to work in earnest Well take Tom lirashcar collector for the St position of treasurer if the office is thrust Louis Wrought Iron Range Co was a upon us but remember the oiHco must guest of the Pieratt House last Sunday seek the man to hold it f0Bj OfwnuijAu fflPOTi a Pr08P8Ctn8 for Precious Metals l w C ttwjiil JLiXiIjl3 Affairs nt Morehead The trial of Z T Voting nntl his win Allie and Green Maiinin charged with conniracv to kill Howard Iigan wa concluded Wednesday and resulted in Smith P Keir MaHHfitctwfrof jrn -- s VrvsjiiKSM 1 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ X room Rev George 0 Ramcs is now at Morehead holding a revival It is un- Â¬ derstood that ho went there at tho in- Â¬ stigation of the Governor who wants to see what efiect religion will have on the Rowan county desperadoes D D Patterson of the Louisville Pattcry stationed at Morehead deserted Saturday Mt Sterling Gazette -- Best Grades of Full their acquittal Thecase of the Commonwealth ngaint John Keeton nlso eharced witliHliootimr Logan was called Thursday and a jury composed of Fleming county men select ed to try the case Keeton swore Judge AXI DKAIBlt IK Cole oil the bench and G A Cassidy of Flemingsburg was chosen by the bar to preside The trial was concluded Saturday evening and resulted in a hung WINCII1CSTER KY jury Court then adjourned until Tues day morning when the case of Hiram Pigman charged with killing Craig Tol Guarantee Satisfac iver was taken un tion in Grade and Prices Thomas A Dav was indicted bv tho at all times grand pury for murder lie is supposed MHMMMMHMMrflBIMdUlllUftiaBllhLCB to be in Jellico Tennessee frirKastern Kentucky A HAZKL JU10I2N KV 1 rP Xr W Private Will Davis of the Guards O J CV P XJlY V fur KKItltS KOLbKR are Role Agentsand carry a largo sup- 1 VhOVlX who broke an ankle a few days ago has ply of the following brands Pkkkkction Wheat Kxtract WliiTK PkaUT Patent Rollers been taken to Umisville Maooii Koller Kaney SiiYUK JjAKK Roller Family GloiiK Superiine upon which aO Cni The grand jury returned twenty in- Â¬ they will quote priecs ami deliver at Hazel Green or Rothwcll Station dictments Saturday three of which were for murder EIGHTEEN KPiiiSHLJ lilte flaw Grain BstflStiMHal Feedc Â¬ n lU li State Colleie of KenmcKV je202m PROFESSORS AND INSTRUCTORS AKilciiIturnl and IIcHmiilenl Sclcntlllo Knprlnocrltipr Cinnnirnl Nornml School Military Taction loimnorcltil iitul lt oimrntory Course nt Study COUNTY APPOINTEES RKCEtVKI FREE OP TUITION Fall term begins Svat II 1887 For tATALOUW ami other information address Loxliijcton Kuntuuky JA31KS K lATTKKSON Ill - m 3 Â¬ Iiiieien IJowyor was a guest of the Locating tho Railroad Pieratt House Sunday last He is rep Â¬ Major Iheckenridge Mr C P Huntresenting tonic clothing hoiiro in Cin- ingtons afiMy chief engineer in company cinnati with Mr O Trimble of Mt Sterling TAMES 1 FANT paid our town a flying visit on Sunday Rev J T Pieratt closed a meeting at Avrrir Tim old Vrassy Church on Monday last last on their return from a prospecting railroad tour through the mountains which was begun on the preceding Frim JT MtASS FA IMS IX ILAUK and day A great deal of interest wasTmani Mr Rreckenridge was a guest of the there is enough timber on it U fence it for Day Houe but we failed to get to see I Tested throughout the meeting and he JO years will sell it at a bargain Any However we had a talk with Mr one wishing to purchase a good and cheap closed his yi ar with that people on that him Trimble and home in lark will do well to call ami ex W S CO occasion The attendance was estimated the outlook from what we learned think exceedingly favorable for a iminc tliix farm before purchasing else- oOO or Goo people nt DiAiFJT8 IK For Pi ther particulars address railroad to Hazel Green ln re They left Mt I StfTllM - 11 Cf KVii IflV hiAiiiiiwr tfuH Woidiiiii K v or Wyley Perkins lat week had hi crop lillIIIIILLt uriii iw K u li U of wheat threshed and it issaidtobe the the mouth of Swifts Camn Creek theiiec jcssu to evils Creek to Jackson in Hrenthitt best crop raised in this eetioii lie had aa ornor Pearl and Vine Ill twenty eiyrht aeic atid the yield was just and down uiliuore Lreek to this noint Major Hrcekenridge expre ed the opin- Â¬ nine husln in and three peeks to the acre ion Mr Trimble It was of the Folk vaiietv and line was to fine route for that Gillmore Creek a a railroad and as the U ill ahwivi ho found riMdy lo flttamftnltTift hi venty five dozen bundles plump ina ins oxrciiMon of the eoal road would go that Auiiif of the pilronH of the houe yielded fortv bushels TUai way there is every prospect that Hazel lul lor Mt piUivnuue you aio nvituljio call ami ee us when in tin citycuml EleVp M AYTOWX KKNTIlK V The residence of Ira R Clark of this Green would get it The coal road will Mm Faut promiseh to put on tiis hunt be sold the rth of next month and we place was broken into on la t Saturday looks when waiting upon you ail ai uijiht during the absence of the family think we will then be able to irivu our readers something satisfactory in regard The entrance was made through aback to Hazel Greens prospect G H Dean Kite door that was not very securely fastened Pollard and all the other doors were unlocked Done promptly and in workmanlike manfrom the inoide There was nothing missLossos at the Campton Firo Importum and WIiOIckhIo TDealers In ner ing except a little lard and part of a A J Asburry the heaviest loser in musk melon The chairs were piled up the Campton fire was in town Monday together in one room He savs he first discovered the flames coming out of the east end of his hotel quirer Cipt Clark the liamdnme hardware about on a level with the second floor evangelist who is representing the Sievcrs and the fire seemed to have oricinated iflor sale cheap for cashA Come and The following are the registers at the M ens W 31 XK tilt CarMin Hardware Co Louisville was in in a closet under a llight of stairs in that Day House jellLMiii Maimer town Sunday a guest of the Day House end of the building There had been no Henry M Cox West Liberty and told Tin man that on this fire or ligth of anv kind in the room in C W Wanaek trip he hud made some of the best sales which the fire was discovered for four John T Coons Ciunpton he ever did As usual he sold good bills days previous to tho burning and the All itersons wanting hlaeksiiiithiiir of any John W Dav West Dibertv here and went on his way rejoicing He cause remains a mystery unless is was or all kinds mukouh made or repaired hug Northwest corner Pearl and Mrs Evaline Dav handles this trade in the hardware busi- Â¬ the work of an incendiary Mr Asburry tries Kprhn wagons pious stocked cutting MitaNoru Haelrigg West Liberty colters turning dows repaired pious made Streets ness and no mistake saved about 200 worth of his housholtl H S Clark Louisville ami laid hoes mattouks and horses shod goods consisting of an organ sewing W II Gillis in the hest stle call on W E flillis MeCord and Aydelottes machine C C M Iieratt May town eight niatres es three bed DAVIb Ihizel Green Ky aft Cm TVLKIl representative showed up here on Sat Â¬ steads a few chairs and a small amount George Gibson Mt Sterling urday and lay over Sunday lie had a of clothing His losses were nearly all Adcrson Chenault Mt Sterling full line of fall and winter styles with the wearing apparel of the family five i m Aiurpnv urayjiy ureek i RfCHARDHANKS GO him and sold a good bill at this place uee suiuus iweivo inisueis ot corn a J McGuire He also reports splendid trade from Mt good supply of groceries a large amount Miss Minnie Nickel Ezel 4 AltTISTfC Brecken ridge Covington Sterling up but to make good sales is of household and kitchen furniture the J T Gevedon Bonny nothing new to him In the first place smoke house and all its contents and C B Smith Salyersville he represents a good firm and in the about 210 in money Mr Asburrv second he satisfies all his customers J A Nickel Sidoview Gil thinks his loss will foot up fully 3000 Sniiiuel ICenip West Liberty lis is a good one to buy from MAKERS Mrs It Tattle Mariba Annual Mootings HAZEL GREEN KY Charley Mitchell Cnmpbclluville Joe Turner the newly married man The Annual Meeting of the Christian who handles boot and shoe samples for Church for the Morgan county diHtrict Are prepared to make tooriierin a HUjifiiior Notici For the purpose of supplying Htvlu ami on short notice LadiiV and louts Green Hufiaker Co Louisville laid will be held at the Toms Branch Church Flue over Sunday last as the guest of the beginning Friday evening before the lost papers and records of of tho Wolfe of Shoes ami Bootiv in latest Htylos aud liet material Repairing will receive Circuit Court I will be at Campton on Pieratt House He sold from Mt Ster- third Sunday in September The Annu- Â¬ Monday September nth 1XS7 and eon- - trompt attention anil pi ices on nil work he ling out every man he tackled thus al Meeting of the Wolfe county district reaoiiable t all ami see un showing that marrying has not affected will be held at the Gillmore Creek tinuo from day to day until such busi Â¬ CUMMINS ap Tly fiOS his ability in that line but Joe is awful Church commencing Friday evening be- ness as may lie brought before mo has aOlythin and looka like he might hnve just fore the fourth Sunday in September been disposed of Special attention will TUG CLE be given to Commonwealth cases recovered from a severe spell of sickness Everybody in invited to attend and it is WITH l If C IIkkxdon Commissioner Notwithstanding appearances however estimated that there will be provixori Co G lie told us he was in perfect health enough to feed all who may come Sev- Â¬ John M Hose of this place has laid eral eminent preachers will be on hand lonniiis or ManufnttiirwH and Wholcmilo Bcalcrs In a Newton Swango of Charleston Illi- Â¬ to proclaim salvation to ninner and a outonesite for a new dwelling which will no ot tne in nois who is a native of this olace and a religious revival is anticipated Turn Hazel Green iianusouiCt ever erected of Boy ancM The situation is one everybody for these inectimiH and the of Uncle Harry Swango Ittmnl 7 WKST IKAItliSTltKUr win for his out most eligible homo on Tuesday last About three let there be an awakening among the Mr Bono is one of in our town and as CINCINNATI OHIO the most enterprising months ago he came to this county in people of our citizens wcaliall expect something wretched health and told his relatives nice DEPOSIT BANK TRADERS D oath of Roy Frnzlor Sample ho came here to die Previous to coming he had been at the point of death sever-Â¬ Koy Frazier Sample was born February Foil KKKTThe houw and tnrden al limes and was given up by attending 22nd 1880 in Now Garden llii8ll coun Â¬ recently vacated bv Dr TauIIiee h for MTSTERLINGyJCY They however physicians patched ty Vn In tho few years alloted to his rent to a tenant who can pay monthly mm up to make the trip here ami in tho littlo life by an Allwisu Creator ere He in advance and give npproved hccniity Stroot three nionthrthehasgaincdperfccthcalth claimed him as Ills own Hoy was tho for god euro of promise Apply to If thero can bo a atrongcr argument aa ioy of the household of Ellxirt and Sa Coopim Hhukdov J L BIQSTAFP PrcHlilcnt to the healthfulness of our town and lo linn Sample Heal Estato Agentv lie was tho uiiidiiuu of n nLOly cality wo should like to know of it happy homo and His childish prattle was W W THOM80N Cashier Jtidgo O B Swanco U juxt receivlnu From death to life was the transit of Mr the sweetest music to his fond parents Swango and invalids throughout tho There was a vacuum in tho heavenly a completo atock of dry good boot mm VATT Qlu JtlM At beuie aadMftkD MDro Diurcroitx X Htwork for JwjMmn country who have loat health and Iiojki fold God needed ono littlo angel more Hhnert JiaU for Ixith latllediiiidgontltiitcu I lJHrt Avnuiw FiwrKKi M VAunVlillllk chili lft- ik i wiivM PauluIi Jamim Onoity might profit by bin experience Thero to HII the void ami Uncalled Hoy hencu grocorlert notioiu o i iMtiviivif fun urc himivu irrv mqw mtx is not under tho sun a more healthy lo to fill tho vacancy Sorrow now hovers HK AHy OHttH M XfHt Only llrHt elmw work iniido at 0 If Dlt H ItJHAKJ J T II Id II UN I L cality than Hazel Green MIm Alice over a once hnppy home hut thosu who Perry fn Urwo cHrnlajp ww from JJrdiMrti Ihotu Gallery Hiuol Oreen Coinlw of Ciunpton accompanied Mr grlovo nuut coiimiIu themselves with tho iiiraur iiiURI hhI iirw frwi mtUr nH CwttM Hwangoon hi lutiirn to hh homo and thought that their loved one has been vh nnthlnu to HHd H VMir dolm Pauiukjnf jHokixtn wa In IWIEIIS VOW rJALU Mt tlilv and nhu nut If wl wlft 4lflVliMlnuhiiol M CJImrlwtoii tniusplKu4l tow itii voiikoiiIhI ellntn town aWHlniNMMyauiil TJmrMliiy at nm if Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ - Â¬ Cough and Lung troubles have perhaps the largest sale of any medicines in the world The advantage of increased size of the bottles will be greatly appreciated oy me siuk ami alllietecl in every town and village in civilized countries Sam- Â¬ ple bottles for ten cents remain the same size It is to be hoped that tho sun behaved itself properly yesterday in the matter of its total eclipse We had none of it over here but Europe and Asia caught it in full force and there were cei tain circum stances relied upon to make the occasion of unusual scientific xiJiuIiilcid it may be possible alu r ol noMTila vations are tabulated mmi ml and analyzed for us to lieu riiiie the sun is i0U0000 miles awa ui h oniy yzuuuuuu ami that is a uueMioii which as every one knows is keeping our people awake at night We mav also be able to get a clearer conception as to the constituted jimlitiea of the corona and all intelligent people are crazy about that Tin n there is that terrific solar pyrotechnic display so to speak when spurt of solar flame shootsuip for a little matter of two or three hundred thousand miles Wo may he able to leain something about that and possibly to anolv it to domestic uses It is quite proper that the Government should expend money in such researches Meanwhile we contend that the tax should not be removed from whisky Cincinnati EnÂ¬ - Froo Trade The reduction of internal revenue and the taking ofi of revenue stamps from Proprietary Medicines no doubt has largely benefited the consumers as well as relieving the burden of home manu- Â¬ facturers Especially is this the case with GreensAugust Flow erand IWhees German Syrup as the reduction of thirty-six cents per dozen has been added to As niv whole time is occupied with other increase the size of the bottles containintr duties ollor lor sale at private contract these remedies therein giving one fifth my larin more medicine in the To cents size The 1 August Flower for Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint and the German Syrup for or if dcired will add V acres more to it le rass Fa LOUIS STIX wain ewa CO 51 WJIOLKSALft DEALEKS IN FOE SALE iftfiti AND s to f Containing 45 Acres Said farm is situated in Clark eouiitv Ky 4J miles east of Winchester on the fcO Railroad There is a tla station at the lot atc I00 yard from the house ami a side track about Kill yards below the lot gate There is a comfortable dwelling house good tobacco ham stock liarn and other buildings upon the place Two good ponds ami several Hprings furnish water for all purposes About U ueies is virgin oil ami except LO acres none of the place has been cultivated for LO veiirs It is one of the Â¬ I NOTIONS THIRD BAOE ft UNION STREETS Cincinnati 1 i Old Reliable Hat Houses Etc DICKINSON Â¬ - I 1 I Gloves Umiihkllas m Lo irtm WOOL CARDING -- Â¬ Grinding and Sawing Â¬ Â¬ Flour Meal Feed and Lumber dueensware Glassware Lamps Walnut c5 Ifiiiu NOTICE Decorated Dinner Tea and Chamber Ware CINCINNATI 1 Cummins Son t mi mm WHOLESALE f r tpGERISp No 29 Vine Street Â¬ Â¬ CINCINNATI Jit F - Ringgold Abe Bloch Mens Youths Co lft Baots and Shoes Childrens CLOTHING ill 122Vino Â¬ CmcihnatJ O r rrr ii Â¬ QM JMiimAvMSCl Ik A A- - -- I Jk v jitMJ JfMii g isxiim1 FT HSofMffWr VT r VPKr mr vmri In f - PREACHING AND TEACHING Tha Stylo of Itollgloua Dlaoouroe Must bo Ohangod If the MlnUtry fin Tfttmngc I 1 An tlio Worhl Sermon by Ifopo of Nnvlnff 11 v T Uu Witt W ftcv T Do Tnr Hamptons WittTnlmnjjoa subject this morning was Preaching fondling and Kxhortation and his toxt llomnns twelfth ohaptor novonth and oiglith vorsns Or ministry lotus wait on our ministering or ho that teachotli on teaching or ho that oxhortoth on exhortation ti i PLv A K4 lv tr Aontonco is repetitions of His titles Tho world wants a living Christ not a Christ standing at the head of a formal Â¬ Beforo the world is convortod tho stylo of religious discourse will havo to bo con- Â¬ vortod You might as woll go into tho modorn Sedan or Gettysburg with bows and arrows instead of rilles and bomb- Â¬ shells and parks of artlllory as to expect to conquor this world for Ood by tho old stylos or exhortation and normonology Jonathan Kdwards proaehed tho sermons most adapted to tho ago in which ho lived but if thoso sornions wore preached now thoy would divido an audiouco into two classes thoso sound asleep and thoso wanting to go homo But thoro is a religious discourso of tho futuro who will proach it I have no idea in what part of tho earth it will bo born I havo no idea in which denomination of Christians It will be dollvorod I can not guess That discourse or exhortation may bo born in tho country mcoting houso on tho banks of tho St Lawrence or tho Orogon or tho Ohio or tho Tombigboo or tho Alabama Tno porsoii who shall deliver it may this moment bo in a cradle undor tho shadows of tho Slorra Novudas or in a Now England farm hnuso or amid tho rlco Holds of Southorn savannas Or this moment thoro may be some young man In some of our theological seminaries in tho junior or mlddlo or senior class shaping that weapon of power Or there may bo coming somo now baptism of tho Holy Ghost on tho churches so that somo of us who now stand in tho watch towors of Zion waking to a realization of our present itioffloionoy may preach It our solvos That coming discourso may not bo llftoon years off And let us pray Ood that its arrival may be hastened whilo I announce to you what I think will bo tho chief characteristics of that discourso or exhortation when it does arrive and I want to muko the remarks of tho morning appropriate and suggestive to all classos of Christian workers First of all I re mark that that futuro roligious discourso will bo full of a living Christ in contradis- Â¬ tinction to dldatic technicalities A dis- Â¬ courso may bo full of Christ though scarcely mentioning His name and a sermon may bo empty of Christ while every Â¬ Â¬ thorn out of It Wo forget that every auditor has so much capacity of attention and whon that is exhausted ho Is restless That accident on the Long Island railroad somo years ago came from tho fact that tho brakes were out of order nnd when thoy wanted to stop the train they could not stop and henco tho casualty was terrilic In all religious discourse wo want locomo- Â¬ tlvo power nnd propulsion We want at tho same time stout brakes to lot down at tho right instant It is a dismal thing after bo tho Ono who took his arras nnd blosscd thorn Then tho sculptor was satistled O my friends what tho world wants Is not a cold Christ not an intellectual Christ not a Bovoroly magisterial Christ but a loving Christ spreading out His arms of sympathy to press tho whole world to Uls loving heart But I romnrk again that tho roligious discourse of the futuro will be short Condensation is demanded by tho ago in which wo llvo No more neod of long in- Â¬ troductions nnd long applications nnd so many divisions to a discourso that it may bo said to bo hydrahoadod In other days tnon got all their information from tho pulpit Thoro wcro few books and thoro wcro no nowspnpors and thoro was littlo travel from plnco to place and pooplo would sit and listen two and a half hours to a religious discoursonnd sevonteonth ly would And them fresh and chip- Â¬ per In thoso days thoro was enough time for a man to tnko an hour to warm himself up to tho subjoct and an hour to cool off But what was a necessity then is a superfluity now Congregations aro full of knowledgo from books from newspapers from rapid and continuous intercommunication aud long disquisitions of what thoy know already will not bo ubldod If a religious teacher can not compress what he wishes to say to tho pcoplo in tho upuco of forty flvo miuutcs better adjourn It to somo othor day Tho trouble Is wo preach audioncos into a Christian frame and then we proach aid little chlldrou rrhat taunt In Â¬ Â¬ or Brooklyn or Chicago or Charleston or Philadelphia or Boston which would bo passable on tho Sabbath day If there wcro a church on It for all tho pooplo would pross to that nsyluin of mercy that great houso of comfort and consolation A mother with a dead babo in her arms catno to tho god Veda anil asked to havo tho child rostored to life Tho god Veda said to hor You go aud get a handful of mustard soed from a houso in which there has been no sorrow nnd In which thoro has been no death and I will restore Mo tho mothor went your child to life out and she wont from house to houso nnd from homo to homo looking for a plaoo where thoro had been no sorrow and where thoro had been no death but sho found none Hho went back to the god Veda and said My mission is a failure you soo I havent brought tho mustard seed I cant find a placo where thero hss boon no sorrow or death Oh says tho god Veda understand your sorrows aro no worse than tho sorrows of others wo nil have our griefs and all have our I toll you my friends if the pooplo of ottr groat cities who havo had troublo only thought thoy could get practical and sym pathetic help in tho Christian Church there would not boa street in Now York hoartbrcaks ject to hoar a man say a hoaror hascomprohonded tho whole subNow to recapitu Â¬ late and a few words oy way of appli- Â¬ cation and onco moro and finally and now to conclude Â¬ system of theology but a Christ who means pardon and sympathy and condolence and brothorhood and life and Heaven A poor mans Christ An in valids Christ A farmers Christ A Â¬ IT r iv tt a v o 0 An ovory mans Christ A symmetrical and tlno rordcd system of theology is well enough for theological classos but it has no more business in a pulpit than have tho technical phrases of an anatomist or a psychologist or a physi cian in tho sick room of a patient Tho world wants help immediate and word uplifting and it will come through n discourso in which Christ shall walk right down into tho immortal soul and take everlasting possession of it illling it as full of light as 1b this noonday llrma mout That sormon or exhortation of tho futuro will deal with men in tho threadbare illustrations of Josus Christ In that coming address thoro will bo instances of vicari- Â¬ ous suffering taken right out of ovory dny life for thoro is not a day somebody is not dyim for others As tho physician saving his diphtheritic patient by sacrlllclng his own llfo as tho ship captain going down with his vessel while he Is getting tits pas Â¬ sengers Into tho life boat as thoHromau consuming In tho burning building whilo ho Is taking a child from a fourth story window as in summer tho strong swim mor at East Hampton or Long Branch or Capo May or Lako George hlmsolf porishod trying to rosouo tho drowning as tho newspaper boy ono sam mor supporting bis mothor for somo yours his Invalid mother whou offorod by a gentloman ilfty conts to buy Bomo ospoelal paper and ho got it and rushod up In his anxiety to do livor It and was crushed undor tho wheels of a train and lay on tho grass with only strength enough to say Oh what will bocotuo of my poor sick mothor now Vicarious su tiering Tho world Is full of It An engluoor said to mo on a loco Wo men seem to be motive In Dakota coining to bettor appreciation than wo used to Did you seo that account tho other day of an engineer who to savo his passengers stuck to his place and whon ho was found dead in tho locomotlvo which was upsldo down ho was found allll smiling his hand on tho alr brakol And as the ouglnoor said it to mo ho put his hand on tho nlr brnlto to Illustrate his meaning and I looked at him and thought You would bo Just us much ot a hero in tho anmo crisis Oh in that roligious discourso of tha future there will bo living illustrations taken out from ovory duy life of vicarious suffering illustrations that will bring to mind tho ghastlier Hucrlllcos of Him who in tho high places of tho Hold on tho cross fought our battles and wept our grlofs ami endured our struggles and died our death A Jorinuu sculptor made tut Image of ChrUt and ho asked lih littlu ohlH two ywr od who it vu and shu ilds That The must ba soma vory groat man mmiptar wdlpouod with tho orllloWm w W got HMolhor block of marble ami ktwli away on It two or Uron year mh4 tHww hu brought In hU IfUlo child fmr ftr Hv ywr of ugo and he mU to Ml Wit 4o yu Ihluk lit hi Uhu Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ merchants Christ An artisans Christ I In religious circles as a warning against somnolence in church It is just as much a warning to ministers against prolixity Eutychus was wrong In his snmuolenco but Paul mado a mistake wlien ho kept on until midnight He ought to havo stopped at eloveu oclock and there would havo boon no accident If Paul might havo gone on to too great longtli lot all thoso of us who aro now preaching tho Gospel remember that there is a limit in rolions discourse or ought to bo and that in our time wo havo no apostolic power of miracles Napoleon in an address of seven minutos thrilled his army nnd thrilled Europe Christs Sermon on tho Mount tho model sormon was less than eighteon minutes long at ordinary modo of delivery It is not olectricity scattered all over the sky that strikes but olectricity gathered into a thunderbolt aud hurled aud it in not roligious truth scattered over spread out over a vast reach of time but religious truth projected In compact form that Hashes light upon the soul and rives its in- Â¬ difference Whon tho roligious discourso of tho futuro nrrlvos In this land and in the Chris tian Church tho discourso which Is to arouso tho world and startlo tho nations and usher in tho klndoms it will boa briof discourso Hear It nil theological students all yo just entering upon roligious work nil yo mon and women who in Sabbath schools aud other departments aro toiling for Christ and the salvation of immortals Brevity I Brevity I But I romark also that the religious discourse of tho futuro of which I speak will bo a popular discourse There aro thoso in these times who speak of a popular sormon as though them must ho some- Â¬ thing wrong about It As thoso critics are dull themsolvos tho world gets tho Impression that a sermon is good In proportion as it Is stupid Christ was tho most popular preacher tho world ever saw and considering tho small number of tho worlds population hud tho largest audioncos ever gathered Ho never proaehed anywhoro without making a great sensation Pooplo rushed out In tho wilderness to hear him reckless of their physical necessities So groat wns their anxiety to hear Christ that taking no food with thoin thoy would havo fainted and starved had not Ckrist porformed a mlr aclo and fed them Why did so many pooplo take tho truth at Christs hands Because they all understood it Ho illustrated his subject by a hen nnd her chickens by a bushel meas ure by a handful of salt by a birds Hight nnd by a lilys aroma All tho pooplo know what Ho meant and thoy flooicod to Him And when tho religious discourse of tho futuro appears it will not bo the Prlncetoulau nor Uochostorian nor An dovorian nor Mlddlotouinn but Ollvotlo plain practical unique earnest com prohenslvo of all the woes wants sins sorrows nnd nccossltlos of an auditory But whou that exhortation or discourso dooscomu thoro will bo a thousand gloaming suliuutars to charge on it There aro In so many theological Hoinluarlus profes- Â¬ sors tolling young men how to preach themselves not knowing how nnd 1 am told that If a young man In somo of our theological Hominarlos says any thing quaint or thrilling or unique faculty nnd students Hy at him aud sot him right nnd straighten him out and smooth him down mid chop him olT until ho nay every thing Juitt as ovory body olso says it Oh whou tho futuro rollloiu discourse of tho ChrUtluu Iliuivh arrive all tho churches of Christ n our groat oil lea will be thronged Tho world want Hplrtual holy All vho buvn burled thole doitd want comfort All know hoiitolvtm to ho mortal und to no Immortal and Uwy Wjtwl to hum u built th rv4t future Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ churi got sound asleep and fell out of a window and broke his neck Some would say I would rather be Good for him sympathetic llko Paul nnd rsuscitUo him That accident is often quoted now Puul preached until midnight aud Euty Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ word and all that Thoy are false rea- Â¬ sons The reason is bocauso our sermons and exhortations aro not interesting and practical and helpful Somo one might nn well tell tho whole truth on this sub- Â¬ ject and so I will toll it The roligious discourso of the futuro the Gospel sermon to come forth and shake the nations and lift neople out of darkness will bo a popular sermon just for the simple reason that it will moot the woes aud tho wants and the anxieties of tho pcoplo There aro in all our denominations ecclesiastical mummies sitting around to frown upon the fresh young pulpits of America to try to awe them down to cry out Tut tut tut Sensational Thoy stand to day preaching in churches that hold a thousand pcoplo and there aro a hundred persons present and if they can not have the world saved in thoir way it seems as if they do not want it saved at all I do not know but tho old way of making ministers of tho Gospel Is hotter a col- Â¬ legiate cducathm nnd an apprenticeship under tho care und homo attention of somo curncst aged Christian minister tho young man getting tho patriarchs spirit und assisting him in his religious service Young lawyers study with old lawyers young physicians study with old physi cians and I boliovo it would be a great holp If ovory young man studying for tho Gospel mluistry could put himself in the home and heart aud sympathy and un- Â¬ dor tho benediction and paTpotuul presence of a Christian minister But I remark again the religious discourse of tho futuro will bo an awakening sermon From altar rail to tho front doorstop under that sormon an audience will got up and start for Heaven Thoro will be in it many a staccato passage It will not be a lullaby It will bo a battle charge Men will drop their sins for thoy will feel tho hot breath of pursuing retribution on the back of their necks It will bo sympathetic with all tho physical distresses as well as tho spiritual distresses of tho world Christ not only preached but Ho healed pa- Â¬ ralysis and Ho healed epilepsy and Ho healed the dumb and tho blind and tho lepers That religious discourso of tho futuro will be an evory day sermon going right down into ovory mans lilo aud it will teach him how to vote how to bargain how to plow how to do any work he Is called to how to wield trowol and pen and pencil and yard stick and pluno And it will tench women how to presldo over their households and how to educate thoir children nnd how to imitate Miriam and Esther and Vashtl and Eunice tho mother or Timothy and Mary the mothor of Christ and those women who on North ern and Southern battle Holds wore nils takon by the wounded for angels of mercy fresh from thoa throno of God Yes I haveto tell you tho roligious discourse of tho futuro will bo a roportod sor- Â¬ mon If you havo any iuoa that printing was Invented simply to print secular books and stonography and phonography woro contrived merely to got forth secular idous you aro mistaken Tho printing press is to bo the great agency of Gospol proclamation It is high timo that good mon instead of denouncing tho pross employ it to scatter forth tho Gospol of Jesus Christ Tho vast mnjorlty of peo- Â¬ ple In our cities do not como to church nnd nothing but tho printed sermon can roach thorn and call thorn to pardon and llfo nnd peace and Heaven Sol can not understand tho nervousness of somo of my brothron of tho ministry When they seo a newspaper man coming Alas thoro Is a roportorl in thoy say Every added roportor is ton thousand fifty thousand n hundred thousand lm mortul souls added to tho auditory The time will como whon all tho vtllago town und city newspapers will reproduce tho gospol of Jesus Christ and sermons proaehed on tho Sabbath will rovorbornto all around Uio world and some by typo and somo by volco all nations will bo Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Laugh and tho world laiiRhs with you Weep and you weep alone For the sad old earth must borrow Its mirth Hut has trouble onough of Its own Wo hear a groat deal of discussion now all over the land about why people do not go to church Somo say it is because Chriatlanitv is dying out and because pcoplo do not bollevo in tho truth of Gods Â¬ ticked away for us tho last moment and our clock has struck for us the last hour may It bo found wo did our work well that we did it In the vory best way aud whethor wo preached tho Gospel In pul- Â¬ pits or taught Sabbath classos or admin- Â¬ istered to tho siok as physicians or bar- Â¬ gained ns merchants or plead tho law as atSarneys or wcro busy as artisans or iw husbandmen or as mechanics or woro like Martha culled to glvo a meal to a hungry Christ or liko Hannah to mako a coat for a prophet or like Doborah to rouse the courngo of somo timid Barak in tho Lords conflict wo did our work in such a way that it will stand tho tost of the judgment And in tho long procession of tho re deemed that march around thothrono may it bo found thoro aro many there brought to God through our instrumentality and in whoso rescue we aro exultant But O you unsaved wait not for that religious discourso of tho future It may come aftor your obsequies It may como after the stone cutter has chlsolod our name on tho slab fifty years boforo Do not wait for a great stoamor of tho Cunard or White Star Lino to tako you off tho wreck but hail tho first craft with however low a mast and however small a hulk and however poor a rudder and howevor weak a captain Bettor a disabled schooner thnt conies up in timo than a full rigged brig that comes up aftor you have sunken Instead of waiting for that religious dis- Â¬ courso of the futureit may bo forty fifty yoars off tako this plain invitation of a man who to havo given you spiritual eyesight would bo glad to bo called the s pittle by tho hand of Christ put on the eyes of a blind man and who would consider the highest compliment of this serv ico if at the close live hundred men should Whethor start from these doors saying he boa sinner or no I know not This ono thing I know whereas I wns blind now I sec Swifter than shadows over tho plain quicker than birds in their autumnal flight hastier than eagles to their proy hieyoutoa sympathetic Christ Tho or chestras of Heaven have already strung their instruments to colobrate your res- Â¬ cue And many wcro the voices uround tho tlirono Rejoice for the Lord brings back Uia own Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ChrJwt and if you awkwardly present it It is dcfnnmUou Wo must do our work rapidly and wo mnst do It offoctlvoly Soon our time for work will bo gone A dying Christian took out his watch Take and gave it to a friend and said that watch 1 havo no moro use for it timo is ondod for mo and eternity begins Oh my friends whon our watch has thing on earth Is tho religion of Josns ovuugolhsod Tho practical bearing of this is upon thoao who aro engaged In Christian work not only upon theological students und young minister but upon all who proach tho Gospel und all who exhort In meet iuu and thut U ail of you If you aro do lug your duty Do you uxhorl in prayer to short uud ho spirited meeting Do you luuoli In lliblo dan Though you huvo U muily ovory night ho intoiontlug Do you iituwtt pooplo on tho nulijiuH of r Ittf ion In thoir homo or in publlo place Hiudy udrvitmM uud uo common souse Th mul urucoful uud wov touutiful In Youthful Hour Young sirls rarely are conscious of tho power they oxcrt ovor thoyoung niou with whom they aro brought into contact Their standards influence the conduct of voung men while they arc in their pres- Â¬ ence if at no other time A young lady who will allow loud and boisterous conversation familiar manner inelegant attitudes caroloss ruforence to church and church members takes down tho barriers that should bo maintained be- Â¬ tween herself nnd hor gentloman friends It may appear that sho makes herself moro attractlvo by this freedom but It is not so No girl is attractivo to a gentloman who does not maintain a gontle womanly dignity and by hor attitude pre- Â¬ vent a slipping away from tho nicest conventionalities of society In the deeper matters things affecting life in Us spiritual nnd moral side a girl has a groatcr Influence than she dreams A vory safe rulo govornlng tho relations between herself and her gentleman i rii nds for a girl to mako is to never permit a word a subject of convocation to take placo between a gentleman aud her-Â¬ self that sho would hesitato to havo spokon or discussed in tho presence of father mother or brother and this will be no bur to a pleasant entertaining aud fun making intercourse but It will prevent tho uao of slang the discussion of silly themss and trifling with subjects that aro and should be sacred to every young man and woman governed by ro fined and righteous principles Girls lovo pretty things as naturally as the bees lovo suushtne It is not to bo granted that boys aro not susccptiblo to beauty in various shapes also but to tha feminine portion of humanity cemos the greater sharo or the lovo of tho beautiful In tho homo lifo whero so many girls aro oi necessity kept until they aro grown to womanhood tho opportunity for beautify- Â¬ ing thomselvos Us well ns thcrr surroundings is often lost because the father perhaps and occaslona ly the mother also has grown to think that simple prcttincss ia of no possiblo use Thoy have outgrown thoir youthful thoughts follies In their eyes now and havo learned to say Whats Its uso to every thing now If a girl In her homo llfo be nllowod to rcurranga tho rooms according to hor taste to bring Into tho living room plants or simply hor flowers to occasionally nave somo now ornament cheap iu many casos It may be but have Its newness a thing of beauty and not have somo ono saying Its useless it can neither ba oaten nor worn sho will tako much moro comfort and caro much more for her fathers homo Thero aro fathnrs who love their daughters as woll as they know how and till they never allow them to think money or timo can ho spent on any thing thut U not in itsolf of some obvious uso they nooli pooh at the Idea of a flower bod thoy object to vines on tho honso bocauso they aro rubbish and ttio Idea of a prettily fur nUhod room either for tho family or for tho daughter hanolf U uu unhoard o Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ GIRLS AND BOYS Common Hen Hints fur Thrlr Cnlrlanco SCHOOL AND CHURCH Thero aro 7000 Eskimo converts In Greenland Sinco 182 sovonty fivo Sandwich Islanders huvo gono as foreign mis sionnrics Tho numbor of colleges in tho United States increases at tho rnto of fifteen each year The number of schools given for England is 68000 which is ono for every GOO inhabitants with an avorago attendance of 52 por school aud a cost of Is Gd per head Tho Atlanta Constitxtlion charges Southern colleges witli the custom of turning out too many dyspeptic gen- Â¬ Gymnastics should bo intro- Â¬ iuses duced into the curriculum In Spain thero aro 3000000 schol- Â¬ ars 20000 giving an average of 66 in ouch school and ono school for overy GOO inhabitants as in Italy The school bill comes to Is Id a head Tho lotirncvmcn bakers of Berlin havo a well attended special church service on Thursday afternoons that being their only spare time whon thoy arc not obliged to bo at work The Union Theological School at Tokio Japan supported by all tho evangelical Protestant churches has nine professors and lecturers in as many different departments two of whom Messrs Ibuka and Ogimi aro natives Somerset County Sic has a min- Â¬ ister who has his sermons printed monthly and sends them to such of his parishioners who do not attend church lie insists upon looking aftor thoir souls welfare even if thoy aro too lazy to do so themselves Tho New Orleans Christian Wom- Â¬ ens Exchange which is doing much good in that city has received 130000 from Airs Charles A Whitney aud Airs Charles T Howard to be usecUiu enlarging its scope and opening indus- Â¬ trial classes for girls The Wesleyan Missionary Society has been in existence- for 100 years When Queen Victoria ascended tho throne fifty years ago it had 51 mis Â¬ sionaries in foreign lands now it has 824 Then it had 51 Sunday school teachers and local preachers now it has 3G51 Superintendent Ilatt has started witli his pony Pilgrim on an exÂ¬ ploring tour in Northwest Kansas Lust summer ho planted twenty ono Sunday schools in the western part of the State No ono of these was with- Â¬ in six miles of any othor These schools were put in where ground was being broken for the first time for cultivation Chicago Advance Of tho 40S Senators members and territorial dologatos who compose the last Congress 72 were Methodists G3 Baptists II Episcopalians 37 Presby Â¬ terians 3G Catholics 15 Unitarians 8 10 Campbellites Lutherans and 2 Quakers making a total of 281 who are actively connected with somo church organization N W Christian Advocate AGREEABLY SURPRISED Appllori to a Grceu Wntnr MoloM Here you boys he called to half a dozen negro whitewashes as ho came out of the city vegetable market with a water melon in his arms Tho men gathered around him im- Â¬ mediately and he continued Tako this melon as a present from me and retire to some shady spot to discuss it As 3 011 devonr it remem- Â¬ Cotorod Plilloiophy Â¬ Â¬ ber that honesty and Industry are cerÂ¬ tain to be rewarded It was handed to the old patriarch of tho clan and the crowd retired to an alley off Bates street with fond anticipations Whon the knife was used tho melon turned out to bo as green as a cucumber and ono of tho disappointed men asked Reckon dat white man knowed it Sah replied the patriarch as ho held up tho plug to view dis Â¬ proves dat lie knowed it all do time When ho spoko about industry I spected ho had dosed de melon wid jalap Whon he got along to honesty I reckoned ho had loaded it wid dvn- amite xi turns out Mat ho only picked out no irroonest ono ho mm i Ami III w tiu we will now thank do Lawd and pitch in Detroit Free Press folly When those girl go out from tho barrm homo life whut wondor thut thoy Holdout know how touct In a ploammtly appolulod homeland moro what wonder thut tho truHtliiv IovIuk heart Honiottmqs U tea eunly hid nhtroy through promise uf pretty humo V J lltnxUl flO U Charming Presence of Mind You want to marry mv daughtor do you said the rich old parent to tho gilded youth who had hovered about tho front parlor persistently for the last three months whether tho as was lit or not Yes sir said tho youth appar Â¬ ently much rolioved Very well said the old gentleman cwu iHiiiaiiuii uuuukio you can timw tiui min ny tj0 way aro a iow 01 nor huh which I may as well submit to you now as nl any othor timo Ah ynH nit iiiurnti tun man not in the Joust almshnd young m ii ii jninyhllU tooashopUodalmiid punora out of U rouu Kraduully vow uddcwty Jut tu nmuch lie 4i U behind nvmih ttiM holiiud Huts JWllKMJIIliilllrmiiyoiiQWI ookl mvmi mJt lUut kAiirtfciiiiii 1 yfc 1 htm r TMiimiTiTnn n 3 EMTCK 5BK i WW X t V - HOME FARM AND GARDEN In boiling a pudding loavo room for it to swell U cooked in a mold do not fill it full Ilorso rudisli Siuco Ono teaspoon fulv made mustard one tablcspoonful vinegar tlireo tablcspoonfuls cream a pinch of salt add enough gratco horseradish to make it thick as cream Exchange Prof Cook says that a solution of one teaspoonful of paris green to two pails of water will kill the striped cu- Â¬ cumber beetle Spray the plants and bugs if you can Dont mako it 6trongcr If the young clover after harvest is not pastured it will often cut a load of hay per acre worth for winter use even mom than the summer crop of hay and far more valuable than the pasturago lost Yankee Twister Take biscuit dough roll it quite thin spread it with buttor and sprinkle quite thick with sugar roll it up like a jelly cake and cut in slices about an inch thick EDUCATING COLTS How n Good Fonndatlon fer SnrncM Trslw Ing May Bo LutO An kb Como now slithed PrAtn Tm trtal of llrmr Tho world l hollow ambitions vain 1 know tho Tap mM hit chum tomst your liver thats very plain lt Ml Waltliam Watches Waltiiam Watches liakcin aquickoven Toledo Blade Baked Tomatoes Scald and peel them lay thorn into a pie dish so they will cover the bottom season with but- Â¬ ter salt and pepper and sprinkle fine bread crumbs over them Kepeat the process until the ditdi is full Hake one hour Christian at Work imi Roes Some housewives ob to cooking roes because they sput Â¬ ject ter fat so annoyingly while being fried Tins discomfort can be avoided by slightly parboiling the roes or putting them in boiling water for a few siy three or four minutes Good Cheer One pint of fresli Sponge Cream milk three tablcspooiiftiis of gelatine three tablespoonfuls of sugar three eggs Put gelatine into cold milk let it stand a little while put ou stove and bring milk to boiling point then add the sugar and jclks of eggs which have Remove been well beaten together them from the fire and stir in the whites which have also been beaten stiff Add a little salt and Uavor to suit and pour into molds wetiirit so the cream will turn out easily Â¬ Having taught tho colt to walk briskly and fearlessly to stop at tlw word Whoa and to start promptly ai the command to Get up you may now teach him tho next lesson to trot So far you will huvo occasion to Steady use only the icrm Get up You now want tho colt and Whoa to trot Use tho Chick and start on a run and tho colt will follow your ex- Â¬ ample If not a whip may bo carried in tiio left hand and the colt touched lightly on tho hind legs for while I deprccato the uso of a whip as a means of punishment it may be used as ft help in educating a colt Tho best po sition and in fact the only safo and proper position to tako in heading u colt or a horse is in front of the left shoulder You can then take the hal- Â¬ ter in the left hand and placing Um right hand on the celts neck just iu fiont of the top of the colts shoulder you will find it a great help when tho colt is moving on a sharp tiot In training the colt to trot it Bhould be encouraged to increase its speed but never allowed to break If it breaks it should be stopped and taken back and started over the same ground at a moro moderate pace All that is required now is to repeat the lessons and make no mistakes Kindness and patience in the halter training of a colt are of the utmost importance One moro iialtrr Ton noed not suffer for help Is ean forces Id leu go right to the place A friend to tho bklloum 1 well mlhl rail them Theres nothing butler j theyll suit your uvso Iotta ceased his stalling and bought tho Tel lew No moro ho raournoth his hapless lot HI faro I choerful III In art Is lightsome Ills tuulaticholy Is qulto forgot mXY VimVW ukTftjvvu Tuerk is a groat difference botwesn a busy man and u curd pluycr For example tho busy man often has his hands full whllo a gambler often holds full hands Thcro In An Acid in tho Wood say pathologists which is present in This coining into contact rheumatism with tho sensitivo ligauionts of tho joints ami muscles causes tho acute pains called rheumatic and arthritic It is expelled by llostetters Stomach Hitters through tho medium of a renewed healthful action of tho kidneys and bladder which carry off im- Â¬ purities that if allowed to remain give riso not only to rheumatism but to gout dropsy and gravel Dyspeptic troubles also cease when tho Bitters is taken to relieve them Bo TiiKnrc Is plonty of room at tho top aaid tho hotel cleric as ho ordered the porter to put up another cot on tho roof have BElTATtX OV JCMUTATXOlfS AZWAT9 Jk FXXBCB3 now been before the public AUK FOKsuoam coateh JPXLZKTg OM JjIttlk ritzs for over 30 years have stood nolnv entirely yeveUtMe they uystcra eC the crucial test of time and eruto without dlaturbftncoto tho hermetior occupation Put up in glass vials Always frceu and reliable AB or purgative are to day universally acknowl- cally scaled alloratlve the moat perfect a laxative these littlo Telleta give edged to be the best of all satisfaction pocket time keepers RICK HEADACHE Â¬ Â¬ eav riii1 -- Waltham Watch Company having the oldest and best equipped watch factory not only in America but in the World has lately improved the justly celebrated grades designated by the marks Crescent Street and Apple ton Tracy Co both in The American ot tho Btom ach and bowels aro prompt- Â¬ ly rcllovoU and permanently UenuiKomcntfl Rilloea Hoadaohc Â¬ Dizziness Constipa tion liidlffosttonall Bilious Attacks and Purgative Pellet Fiorces Pleasant In explanation of tho remedial power of these Pellets over bo rrcnt a variety of dlseasCB it may truthfully be Bald that their nctilon upon tho system is universal not a gland or tleJi escapW their eanatlvo influence Bold by druffjrlstfl 25 cents a vial Manufactured at tho ChomtcHTLnboratory of Woimas DiMSMUStY MKDICAI ASSOCIATION Buffalo N Y m m Lemon Pudding One of beef suet chopped fourth pound fine half a pound of bread crumbs half a pound of loaf sugar and the rind of a lemon grated Mix those with the juice of a lemon and the yelks and whiles of two eggs Boil for two hours To be served with tlm fol- Â¬ in a mold sauce ponred over it Make a lowing rich sirup of migar rubbed on a lemon and add the juice Two lemons will make sufficient for one pudding In- Â¬ Welsh dianapolis Sentinel BRUIN AFTER SWEETS The Exciting Atlvoituro or Two Callfor n In Honey Kttnchci The Hutchinson brothers have a It large apiary up at Victor Tejunga is an isolated place far from the real estate booms and the haunts of men But it is a good place for bees and there as a rule they toil unmolested except by their owners the Hutchin- Â¬ son boys The country is rugged but The quiet life of the little romantic rural retreat was turned into the greatest excitement the other night While the Hutchinsons were asleep and dreaming of the great sums of money a they would make this season stranger entered the camp Ho was not slow in making his prcfeuee felt and heard The sleepers were sudden- Â¬ ly awakened by sounds that suggested a small cyclone raging among the stands of bees One of the men got up looked out of the window and what was ids consternation and terror to see the faint outlines of a huge brown colored monster upsetting the beehives and working destruction with property that took months and years The surprised spec- Â¬ to accumulate hastened to his brothers bedside tator and told what was going on at the apiarj The two rushed out one tak- Â¬ ing his rifle The bear was evidently hungry for ho made savage lunges at the boxes filled witli delicious honey He would take a few mouthfuls out of one frame and then go for another The Hutchinson boys con Â¬ stand cluded that if they did not act on the instant the bear would soon loavo them without an occupation The gun was leveled and discharged The ball found its way through the thick hide of bruin back of the lelt shoulder It was evidently a center shot for the animal fell But he re Â¬ mained ou tho ground but a second He arose enraged with pain and made frantio plunges at the nearest hives Meanwhile the men advanced a little The bear caught sight of them and made a rush at them When within twenty foot of where they stood hN progrena was anoitod by another It struck a vital leaden mommngor purl and oueo more the huge hear fell This time lio did not got up A third ball wiui put Into III Hide which canned hi death Upon examination It whs found to lai a giily eub about two third grown Nest day lie wuilrum and wejliid Tim tooliM lipped at iVMit hundred pound Till U tli hhmiimI nr third Imv ovr Mlliul or umui lu llMt uiiuii given and a very important one name- Â¬ ly to teach him to stand tied without pulling on tho halter See that tho halter is strong in every part and that the ring or bar to which it is to be fastened can not be pulled out or broken In the case of a colt two or three years old it would be advisable to have in addition to the halter a strap around its neck with a strong rope and fastened the right length to receive a portion of the strain But this is not necessary with the colt we Having adjusted are now training the halter lead tho colt into the stall and make the halter fist and pass out quickly The colt will naturally want to follow and when lie feels the re Â¬ straint will bo likely to pull If tho iloor is plank and a little slippery so that lie falls all the better Let him get up when lie chooses to He will not be likely to make the second trial Leave him but keep within hearing distance and occasionally take a look to see that all is right When he has become reconciled to his situation pass quietly up to his head and give Do not leave him him a little feed tied and go out of hearing distance nor leave him tied at night until he is quite reconciled to his new condition Now you may tie him alongside of an Â¬ other horse in the team and drive them until he becomes accustomed to the sight and sound of the wagon You will also lead him up to objects that you want to get him accustomed to Put a blanket on him qiiitly handle his feet and get him accus Â¬ tomed to brush and curry comb A good time to do this is when he is a little warm and his skin itches at the close of hs lesson His halter educa- Â¬ is now finished and if no mis- Â¬ tion takes havo been made a good founda- Â¬ tion is laid for future harness training Cor Farm and Home Unclean Milking Places leson is yet to 16 Popular Kdurntlon We symputhizo with the feeling which often leads citizens to boust that no child born in this country need grow up in igao rstuce and yot it is a fact that many peoplo who have learned to read uml write havo never taught themselves to think A man who suffered from catarrh consumption bronchitis scrofula or liver compluint might raid till his eyes dropped out how theso and many other diseases havo been cured by Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery but if ho did not tako tho lesson to himself and test tho virtues of this great medicine Ids timo would bo thrown away to Ills Â¬ assent Is snmotlmos asked to Tr daughters happiness and contrlbuto wont give - well quality and elegant appearance and has also added several superior grades to its already la offered by tho manufactur- Â¬ extensive list ers of Drsnffos CntarrH LJr VTwwu wi tcuicuy tor iirmiio Nnsal CatiuTh which Ladies will find the one size F s JRjr they cannot euro Gold Waltham Watch not only SYMPTOlUS Ufc WATAHU- H- iJUII of the smallest and finest watch PiScsheadache obstruction from tho nasal tho head illBclmrgea falllnff proftiBC watery Into tho ever made in America but the and ocrld throat Bomctltnestenacious mucous ut others thick purulent bloody most perfect time keeper as wealc watory and and P Inflamed there Js rlnjriritf S WXV - 50019 vll Tho Transportation Committee of tho Sov- Â¬ ereign Grand Lodgo I O O F to day an Â¬ nounces that tho grand official route from Chicago to Denver and return in September will bo Chicago Rock Island te Paciiio Ky Chicago to Kansas City Union Pacific Hy Kansas City to Denver returning via Darlington Route Denver to Chicago Of lieiul train will leavo Chicago for Denver at 2 1 M Wednesday September 14th I O O 1 Announcement The accurate and steady going rate which is one of the main characteristics of the Waltham Watches is insured by the Waltham Brcguct Hair Spring sheriff locked up the editor is fitted with this I lair Spring which is hardened and temcomo to grlof pered in form and is the excluATkxas nowspaporlms The foreman locked up tho forms thon tho Watch of the higher grades DrWfl Â¬ Â¬ Every Waltham or oour li Jiff to af uoss in the ears clear tho throat cxpectoraUon of ulcers scabs matter toffother with has a from twang tho tho nnyal volca is ehatiKcd and tsto are Im Â¬ breath Is olTunslvo smell paired thorn is a sciiBatlon of dlzincfi8witU nenUU depression a linoklng cough and gcii named cral debility Only a few of the aboveany urn ymptotiu are likely to bo present in vrllhoul Thousantla of caoi annually case manlfcatlng half of tho abovo Bynintoins ro Biilt lit consumption and end fn the gnivo No dlseaso Is bo common more deccptlyo and dangeroiiB or less understood by physicians Id sooth Ing and healing properties Catarrh Itomedy curts otho won eolrf In tlr Icud cimes rif Oatnrrli lie Coryzn and Untarrlial ISold by drugulnta every whero 60 cents Trof sive property of the American A Box or Glenns Sulphur Sonp Is equiva Â¬ lent to many Sulphur Baths Dont forgotit Waltham Watch Company on every case and movement Hills lluir Dye Black or Brown all loft 50c Waltham is engraved What tho depositor wants to know is not that his money Is all right but that None are genuine without it FOR SALE HY AM its My family JyricttnBnyPvmJiU11 iiioiimblo and said I every day towards wna iiui Biich n bad one that Bet my voico would becomo so hoarso I could in barely speak above a whisper my the njornlnr throat ii y coughing and clearing of uso of Dr Sage almost Btranglo mo lly tho Catarrh llomody in threo months I was a well man and tho euro lias been permanent Untold Agony from Catarrh VT Hausnfii tho famous rnrsmerist Homo ten years ago of llhacaN lr writes untold agony from chronic nasal catarrh I suffered Ojjr bv ono tho roses fall but TansiUB Punch fo Cigar outlives them all The boom of tho firecracker is a relic of our pops Whitehall Timet m FIRST CLASS jnwixrRS Dit Saohb Catarrh Remedy euros when every other so called remedy fails -- - Rkkinkd familios aro said to bo draw Ing the lino at paper covered novels Best easiest to uso and cheapest Pisos Remedy for Catarrh By druggists 50c Wanted tho vohlclo la which peoplo are driven to desperation Tnn Frnzer Axlo Grease is tho best in tho world Sold everywhere Use it tStufktou I FISt FAILS BcstCoiiKhHyrup Tastes good UlO In llrno Bold or dnnrslsts nitRFQ WHFHP All Street Thomas J Hushing Km toos PineBiiffcrel I was a great St JmuU Mo wrlN s from catarrh for three years At times 1 could lumlly breathe and wan constantly bawklng uud spitting ani for tho hust eight mpntlia could not breutho through tho nostrils thought nothing could bo done for inc Luck Â¬ ily twos advised to try Dr Sngoo Catarrh Heniody and I am now a well man I bcllevo remedy for It to bo tho only suroono has only cauirrh now it a to manufactured and fair trial to experience astoiindlug resulhianoj a permanent curo Constantly Hawking and Spitting ft FOE HORSES Uviixa W Va I Annul mystery JrodOal tho bed of tho ocoan Recently I bought a Ho wns young horse taken very ill with Pneu Â¬ monia I tried to think of something to relievo Concluded what him was good for man would ho good for tho horse of it through tho nos- Â¬ trils Tliis helped him 1111 u I continued glvin S flamo loses nijrnt morning until I had used two bottles Tho horso has becomo per- Â¬ fectly Bound I can rec- Â¬ ommend Pisos Curo for tho horse as well as for man So Igotahottloof Pisos Ctiro and gavo him half Nov 17 188G f very badly Mrvr Sagos Catarrh llcmcdy advertised and pro- Â¬ saw that it cured a bottlo for her and Boon helped her n third bottlo effected a nent curo She is now eighteen years old ana sound and hearty nho woo tlvo years old ra Co Ilunuan Ert RonntNS damtliter 2 O CnlumMa when nays hpa catarrh My Tlireo Ilottlcfl Cnre Catarrh PT rV mmmw 1 LATEST STYLES V CHILORENTsUugg -I- K In hot weather whenever there is LArt Do La Modo 6 COLOItKD ILATKH fermenting and decaying matter the loCRESTORER ALL TIIK L1TK9T PAIUS AD XBW rf atmosphere is reeking with foul gases CNOLI8H TUIlk ritilllONH F tJfOrdor It of your Now bacteria and the spores of all sorts of di aleror eend Uft couts for hurst number to microscopic fungoid growths These W J MOItHF lublllirr 8 Kut 1H1U ML JScw Yark are inhaled by the cows and got into N S J Stridkr the contents of the pail if tiie milking Tho is done iu such an atmosphere THE GREAT CURE FOR air in most stables and barnyards is loaded with these germs of decay and CURES WHERE ALL ELSE rAILS Hri Ql Im Beit Couch Byro p Tastes sood UlO CM disease They also emanate from slop lntlmo Bold by druggists IM Bl holes around the dairy house tho THE GREAT ENGLISH BEMEDY ForMver llllf Iiifllirpntinn etc Free from pen contAlns only Pnro Viirrtubln Intrn dlciitx Mercury i kitchen door and from the pig SJI aVSiSTflMft Aireut Molstui eflutuaaoiUh- and chicken coops from all masses of HKSHJtS FULLKll fc VULLKU CO Chicago III inr sUiiRiiir most at nlxht souring and putrefying matter and so brscratclilnc verr dlmresali If allowed to coDUuuotiiinorsforoi wUTclT they lloat to whatever spot the winds pitoo Meed ana ulerrst uocomloe very sort CURES WHERE All EtSE FAILS HWAYNKH OINTJHKHT drift to All such places can not bo Host CourIi Byrup Tastes good Uso uroo niim scrupulously avoided nor can dry lu too IjlStt tUceratloBandriiaa mauy t u iiitiii iii plaster etc be too freely earth land used to keep down all foul smells pay bounty pro Every dairyman should have an aeuto deserters relieved THEOLSTMEDICINESWUDiyDRUOttTS no feo Write smell a nice sense of cleanliness and a PeyCinyCOfncen lawsor A W McCoiu O Waihliitftou 1 V feeling of responsibility for the perfec Â¬ WIND WATKRaadLIUHTMINU lKOOr and whnlosomonoss of the prod Â¬ tion Curod In 10 Mnhlnn Miililtuny till cured rillK MO lvi H to So uct which ho turns onLJlural Xcio OPIUM Mr J Mtenheun ltiliuiion U S Tea Whish Hrlr lorkci for ny kind ofOlir or JTara nulUlac IffB I Ml Write for teitlmonUU from your Hlat TQ 8 A not underflnmnlci worth at fiO IUUTKU IKON KOOrJMU CO ClaclanallAddress DAY Mm fmruen fw I TmB4 Slrl HhIk Sim4 Ink Bi fur HlFK Iuirs Ohio Writs liUKWaTtllHir tTY lUISHOLUHUie llrilHlttu Crumpots Take a quart from the Brsry mhSmI rrftMlHrt U UiU uitf Mil tAtint CH1MPI0N HAY PRESSES bread dough very early in tho morning nCUCIflUQ Meilran War and Union Vet JOSH M llMMAMTM II hTUVHNHV CO Btl rmmtr N4 tmr ClreaUr villi lrfm separating the UCndlUnd erans MIIO Detroit and Cliliauo Ilcth Jfr beat three fresh eggs K1NU11A34TONN 44Jri muii juumiiuiauia quiur iuuuis WuJitiiuUn Cloclmid yelks from the whites and whip them Mix thorn with the each to a froth dough alternately with hike warm water until you have a batter which Baku set to rise until breakfast tliuo ts L VM OIIVItT XIMQK OP0HS HtU OlMHmmu jsvHdforCsuhM on a hot griddle - Cnuuii in tin rings nuti Timan J Q VSYPHILXIIfi lift i K COCKLES ANTI BILIOUS PILLS ITCHING PILES KvHUl a i ORlMffllflll JO N ES oos n - IRON ROOFING 5 rr uiirVi Mh An old lady from up river on alighting from the oaiw turned and with an Inquiring look at tliu loeonui live Midi Well I do declare That U Ihe lliMt time I VP Milled in tlm 3 - Comirilnl 1 1 Jstt sneliallfAns titer fof Who n tu HfUHUt Nits rmm by arllng 1IH AN Hurlfy I Iih Ihh mlth HILK v r lrMltlMMl4i fllrrcil V Mill IIP MUMi V iiUIUA Ivor hklit ana Kll mim OrUlBS IhU IlrlUfo v i s4i uf vi viiiHitt ramNinMiiuH ihsi kHl DH IfMllpt ill Hir rtHsii ttw a srUiHtf W 4hm MtsioMal Ih willpi JywrtMHsllpM Hum IHuliirlM uud Hwauuiulu tuiruifuard iu r urn r r t Mm HII MHH rVVfTI KSII Tr7 rWB HI WVI This retroeiiiARheAUhy life Tbf ounhout iu various k shci T u--- u-- - in mim ys iMre Ihuu iiui f 1M4I vHiWtMummpmiiifmiiifc Ll imsii B prt -- W BHH toy mil n uiulv Puwii In TeviH tliu throliu power behind Rrllils zsj2sn diisstMfcit -- i yv mjuowm -- w ww rriTf uujfs twr atir KriuJtMli iiii w Kair MaI k t tts f p ocf ia m - i yiwiMWwwsi r h trLrfVM4 sMawjs mhi mm -- t1 awtei ii OHIO STATE At M PWypttjTYi h4VLJW wri i - wm i Www wmrmm pm m KiK TT naBsJt m ut WVHt Ml I n iMHHnaR9r rorH fcjB w jjjjwmii m y mmimmtmmm g m - t Wtt TT17WT fllUJ Be- K TrATn I LCTCHERCOUNTY WillTKBiinnu TKging on PUILWHEDSY SPENCER COOPER Pert Creek Br H H IHIIIh1 tsubsolptlon PhIiI ImSI a Year AiIvriicd Aad Matt Ila TIMETAtt tatotfcjurid Ko 1 IcttTCH South Atlantic Railway Strndatftlfmc 22 tiiinutea slorer than Mt Mt Stealing rtt7 A M arrived afllothwcll lit 840 WM lenvM ItotMvell ntflA M tirrives at Mt Sterling at UkvO A M Sterling time iKo2 No 4 A M urrivingiit MU Sterling Itcturnlng leaves Mt Sterling i at arriving at Ilothwell at 430 v M If your kidneys nre inactive you will Leaves Itotliwell Tor Mt Stcrlingat 5 i M feel and look wretched even in the most GEO 15 HAlllEU Supt i m cheerful society and melancholy on the a iMm jolliest occasions Dr J II McLeans CORRESPONDENCE Liver and Kidney Halm will set you ILOCAL NEWS right again 100 per bottle Sold by G B Swango Hazel Green Wo have learned of the death of Elijah Killgoro of Caney Morgan county MORGAN COUNTY last Tuesday Pahaoon Aug 22 As we have nev Send uti 200 mid wc will print 2fi0 er seen anything in your valuable paper Envelopes and 2G0lieots of writing pu Â¬ from these parts I will take the risk of nier and njaiPto your address giving you a few items Bro D G Combs came among us the The report that am willing to Jucve 7th of March last and found no Christian vtltc sentonco ot James Jiuelianan com Church here However there was a Mrs Lucinda Koss muted istfalso Methodist Church here Up to this time The feather rcnovater has renovated the able gospel sermons of Hro Combs upwards of 8000 pounds of feathers have organized a church with sixty three since it sot up and everybody is happy members and he is with us again I want to say right here to the readers of John IH flPicratt of this place and Tun Hkuam that the man or woman Geo llico of Maytown left for Louis- that cant get to repent and be bapville Thursday morning to attend the tized and quit his or her meanness has trial of Little vs Chimera a heart as cold as the icebergs that float around the North Pole There will be a match game of base Your humble servant and Kev D ball at this place on Saturuuy Sept 3d G Combs are enjoying the broad hosbetween the Ezel hiiio and the Hazel pitality of Marion Day and his estimaUrecn nine and the ladies are especially ble wife in the once proud little city invited to attend of Bangor Master Commissioner Ilcrudou will There arc many accidents and diseas on Saturday Sept Od sell twenty seven es which affect Stock and cause serious and a half acres of land willed to Alice inconvenience and loss to the farmer in Uibbs by Nutlifm Gibbs and lying on his work which may be quickly reme Â¬ the State road juHt east of Hazel Green died by the use of Dr II McLeans Oil Liniment Sold by G B Sowell Combs the popular and encr Volcanic jgetic proprietor of the Combs House Swango Hazel Green Campton was in town on Tuesday bust Soolng Things as They nro and left with us his order for 1000 cards The Frankfort Arjjus looks at events which he will distribute among his nu through an honest pair of eyes and it has jmorous patrons the courage to tell what it sees In reJudge Strong C J Little W J IIor viewing the lessons of the Gubernatorial ley and E B Card well of Jackson election it says It should teach the Courier Journal as were guests of tho Pieratt Houso Wed tho great organ of the Democratic party ncsday night Messrs Little and Card well went on to Louisville Thursday that the denudations heaped upon the morning and the others returned to ofliccrs of a State administration for discharging their duty accordingly to law sTacksou can not bo condoned and cured by their Since tho news of our Aunt Marys indorsement of a ticket for re election ulcuth uml the anounccment that we It should also teach this great organ of were one of the legatees oE 50000 every Â¬ Democracy that a majority of the people body wants to borrow but as we nre not of Kentucky who have just entered the yet in possession of our chunks of list of voters came from a class who are wealth they will havo to wait Ask readers and thinkers with capacity and independence to act for themselves and Porter Lacy about our bequest will not place themselves in the position as followers of Mr Watterson upon the Far bcttet than tho harsh treatment Kentucky Idea of medicines whicli horribly gripe the During the agitation of the convict jpaticnt utul destroy tiio coating of the question at the last session of the Legis- Â¬ 11 xttomneh Dr J McLeans Chills saud Fever Cure by mild yet eflective lature the Courier Journal continually aotion will cure bold at 50 cents a bot- abused and misrepresented the Trustees uj Fund tle Sold by G 1 Swango Hazel Green of the Sinki dischargingThese gentlemen Â¬ wero simply the duties dic Tho feather renovator is doing a big tated to them by a former Legislature husiiless The peoplo seo the impurities and had no power to change the laws nnd aro hastening to hrvothe work done bearing upon the subject Although of It would surpriso any one to see the conscious favor this tho Courier Journal with the workingmen as to eurry amount of stud a bou contains besides sailed the Trustees of the Sinking Fund tho feathers and as this stuff is certain and attempted to shift the burden of the ly unhealthy peoplo should by all means responsibility upon them Auditor He rhavo it removed witt Attorney General Hardin and Major W II Taulbee of Morgnn Treasurer Tate were Trustees of the Sinking Fund They were candidates county one day last weok brought to on the Democratic ticket for re election this ollujo a pea pod which measures too and tho Courier Journal had to ex twenty eigjit inches in length It is of the flowering variety and useless as a alt tho very men it had slandered and Vegetable or a few of them only would bo vilified a few months before It is this continual hypocrisy unfaithineeeasary to nake a mess fulness and inconsistency thatniakes the Democrats of If yon suffer pricking pains on mov- Â¬ Courier Jounnil Kentucky distrust the The Democrats of the ing the eyes or cannot bear bright light city have reimdiated its dictations and aud find your right weak and failing defied its malice and the members of the you should promptly use Dr J 31 throughout the State aro rapidly Strengthening Eye Salve 2Tj party faith in it Louisville Commer- Â¬ losing ciiib a box Sold by G H Swango cial Hazel Greon rives at lot1ircll ut 3J0 p leaven Itotliwell at 345 i M urrivca ut Mt Sterling at M v M No 2 conntctH at Mt Sterling with 1105 A O railway m niirt 157 iM trnlnann C for Lexington Cincinnati and Louisville i2so8 Connects rft Mt Sterling with IIIWa from the Koatj and 130 M train on and IM train from Louisvillecourt Cincinnati tlayupccial jBSrMoiitgomurv county Icavca Kotlivrcll on the 3rd Monday in each No 3 leaves MU Sterling utlJ IO r M M ar- Â¬ CO at month 0 3 A u730 M demand Clifton Uranham mid his brother Tan Â¬ dy chargetl with tho killing of Vanover were given n hearing before Judge Hogg last week and were licld without ball Ira Mullinswas also implicated in this killing A few minutes before the trial cunoon tho guard allowed Mullius to escape The court held John ventera and George Belcher to answer for help Â¬ ing prisoners to escape Tlie dead body of a man was found near the Pike county lino a few days ago The body was so decayed that it The clothing could not be recognized watch pistol and belt were recognized as those of Itcd neck George Johnston Ho was implicated in the killing of Van over Suspicion is against Henry C Polly and others of a lawless gang of which Johnston had been a member for some time It was thought that he was ambushed to cover up some of the mauy Rkmuh crimes committed by them xiniuerHiiu 12 Measles Hnd IJottom Fork mineral jhuuh ru biih in Aucust Pieratt Home The following are tho registers at tlic m Exchange Bank of Kentucky KNTAllLIHHKI IK 1850 Capital Stock glOO000 Qg SURPLUS BRINKLEY GRUJM3S J L C Bowyer Morehead P 11 Phillips Louisville Albert FittH Lexington H Turner Louisville DKAIFItJ IN STOYESTIN PLATE SHEET IRON George Steele Mt Sterling Tom Brashcar St Louis Mo C C Hanks Campton W T Day Maytown John Cox Coxs Mill F Cox Win Clark John S Jones Eaton llapids Mich G D Hushton B Gardner Frenchburg Andy MeCurb London Elmer Northcutt Mariba 11 1041428 Does a joneral banking husincs and is Tinners Stock Mantels Rtc the only hank in the city that sells Foreign And Manufacturers of Exchange Prompt attention given to the collection Plain Stamped and Japanned Tinware qf debt and the patronage of the people GG2 Weht Main Stiikrt of the mountain counties is especially solicited J G TIUM11LK President and 201 to 20 7th St LESLIK THOMSON Cashier KY MT STERLING KY Â¬ J V nU rm LOUISVILLE W II GILLIS WITH McCORD AYDELOTT Wholesale Hatters No 613 West Main St i Louisville Ky Â¬ SHERIFFS SALE virtue of Taxes due the Sheriff of Wolfe county for the vear 1SS7 1 or one of mv deputies will mi MONDAY THE 5TII DAY OF HHlTKMnKIt 187 Iietwuun the hours of 10 oeluuk A 11 and 4 oclock V M at the court house door in Wolfe county Ky eiioe to puhlie sale to the highest bidder tor cash in hand the following property or so much thereof as may be nceesMi ry to Mitisfy the amount of the Taxes due atoresanl ami costs to wii 175 Acres of laud listed in the name of I a T Caudle adjoining the land ot u M W cents on the 100 Day in District No for school purposes U500 Acres of land listed in the name of M Potter adjoining the hind of D S Thomas Turner in District Xo S 2 acres of laud listed in the name of C Hanks Admr for George Asliurrys D Chambers heirs adjoining the land of in District No 20 acres- of laud listed in the name of Sarah Taulbee adjoining the land of J F Spencer in District No 0 150 acres of land listed in the name of K K Ollair Trimble adjoining the laud of Hy Â¬ 12 1 15 5 TAXES FOU I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Griggs Ohio writeii lhclps l Sullcred with Asthma 40 yearsYour medi cine in t minutes does more for me than the most eminent physician did for me in three vears II C Plimpton Joliet III writes Send Catarrh Remedy at once Cannot get along without it I find it to be the most valuable medicine I have ever tried We have many other hearty testimonials of cure or reliefand in order that nllsuflcr era from Asthma Catarrh Hay Fever and kindred diseases may have an opportuuitv of testing the value of the Rcmedv we will send to anv address TRIAL PACKAGE FREE OF CHARGE If your druggist fails to keep it do nut permit him to sell you some worthless imitation by Ids representing it to be just as good but send directly to us in District No Write vourname and address plainly acres of laud listed in the nunc of ZIMMERMAN J Co Props Address Qaisenbarys heirs adjoining the laud of ouster Wnvne Co Newton Townscnd in District No 4 lioloalc Druggists Full size Iox by mail 100 jnOy 00 acres of bind listed in the name of Ohio Alex Spencer adjoining the land of George y v itiNoo to be sold to satisfy V UlSSKM TA1IOK Hrewer in District No 1SKi 1NS5 and 1SS7 taxes for 50 acres of laud listed in the name of Itert Spencer adjoining the land of John Sparks in District No 4 to satisfy toxes for L It M roots and inhaling thcuiedicine thus obtainI fortunately discovered this WONDER FUL CLMtE FOR ASTHMA AND CA TARRH warranted to relieve the most stub born ease of ASTHMA IN FIVEMINtTES so that the patient can lie down to rest and sleep comfortably 1lcaie read the follow ing condensed extracts from unsolicited testimonials all of recent date Oliver V It Holmes Sail lose Oil 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 eminent physicians of this country and Germany tried the climate of oiucrcui sHiucs miming uuorucu rcuei iikc your preparation Â¬ good aent of cither nueiiml sex in all towns and cities iu the U S to tnke orders for our new patent low priced solid Hrone or Nicklc Door Plates Door Hells Street Numbers Ac From jJlOO to 00 can be made iu a very short time Fine outfit eases for samples FREE Writi for proof of what agents are doing and list of unoccupied territory It will pay you to SOLD BY ALL DRUGGIRTS do so We refer to the editor of this paper Having struggled 20 years between life who has purchased one of our plates and death with ASTHMA or PHTHISIC MICHIOAN DOOR PLATE CO treated by eminent physicians and receivJrand Rapids Mich ing no benefit I was compelled duripg the last 5 years of my illness to sit on my chair day and night gasping for breath My suf ferings were beyond description In despair WITH I experimented on myself bv compounding D LANGELLS ASTHMA AND CATARRH REMEDY WANTED Â¬ H J CLARKE ed Â¬ Â¬ Siero Â¬ Â¬ mm 637 WOlt J 707 70 tai afilv West Main Street LOUISVILLE WITH Â¬ WA Harbison Gath right SADDLERY HARNESS AND COLLARS it 711 W MAIN STREET LOUIS VILLK KY JOE Jt lkudiiiirters TUKNEK Mt Sterling Ky lil Green Huffakr tl- irriisrriNo Co 1 Wholesale Dealers in BOOTS AND SHOES LOCiyVILLE KY Will beat Mt Sterling every County Court - W Main St 1 Tabor Bingos 188- acres of land listed in the name of Co adjoining the hind Scrrclla Curdall of Phillip T South in District No 4 41 acres of land listed in the name of James V Wood adjoining the land of llezi 40 - ISHtSuud J8S7 DAILY MiTWEEN kiah Gibbs in District No 40 acres of land listed in the name of Jcp tit it Mullins adjoining the land of J G Mullius in District No 8 if acres of laud listed in the name of John Jtoberts adjoining the land of Hiram Hry ant in District No S to he sold to satisfy taxes for 18S1 Sbfi and 18S7 115000 acres of land listed in the name of 1 Hack Line Rothweli Station and Haze Green A A MARVELOUS INVENTION FOR HEALING THE HICK XST CONQUER INU IAIN A TtnM niif ftrrrr romnppljlng nafcotttna to ththn EWlrlclty anil agnr Htm CUUld BUS tjiirm with trains Ky 2f Connects morning andonevening S railroad It Â¬ Â¬ Hut buy Kellys STEEL axe It N the most perfect axe made Also buy STEEL horse shoes They will outwear iron And u e No 7 2000 acres of land listed in the name of STEEL nails They cost the same as iron For sale in Hazel Green by Albert Wicker and Samuel M IJumcU adjoining the laud of John Dahu in District G P SWANGO Â¬ liirhardson in District No 7 LIKMI acres of laud listed in the name of Harrow adjoining the laud of Mary Uurrows iu District No 7 000 acres of land listed in the name of Mary K Harrows adjoining the hind of Isaac Sawyer in District No 7 1010 acres of land listed in the name of Isaac Sawyer adjoining the land of 0 It Palmer iu District No 7 i0o0 acres of land listed iu the name ot Isaac Heaslcy Micheal T Tlsli A Co ad joining the laud of L C Able in District 1 lalmcr adjoining the land of Onirics and careful drivers Ky Leave Hazel Green d a m nr Itoth Lv JUitliucll at i a in ar wcll p m Hazel Green i p in Comfortable hacks Pqmo 3ita ait Every Attention to m 3iir Utfor br lltallag lh Sick Wo wore no warfaro nirnlnst phrslclans or tho medical fraternity Koncrnlly Tliufrnphoioof uo fulness U Inrao nua wo dusiro to nld them In fur nlsblnKUxlllarj means for curing tho sick The honest phyalclnn occupies r high placoln pnblla osteem and dcaorredly ro too Wnllo our AppU nnccHnronotu panacoftforovnrylllthevarowhnt wo claim for them and will atrora n upecify euro of t ontlmuj alter niodJvinca havo fulled to giro relief GENUINE MAGNETIC APPLIANCES 1 Ladies Children CLASSIFIED Â¬ for cold feet and bod lilttutlClIU IWSQLES 31 per pnlr by mall clri ulatlun fk ndtlzoof iho worn Hund for circulars jor pair msmmmcastiro of MmiTvSeVfor circular Hend w MARWPTIft ANKLETS for for circulars 0 STML ofnnklo Send M ARMPTEG no j Catarrh circular niiklrlco 32cuch rlift Send lnmo and woalc bondsUo PLEEPINO CAP for norrou lieadnclic iuiiraliln vlooplflsu etc liko i by mull 8cud for No 7 i2 Â¬ acres of land listed in the name Charlotte Chapman adjoining the laud lames Wircman iu District No 11000 acres of laud listed iu the name William Leonard adjoining the laud William Vinci in District No li of of of of W T CASKEY will posl ilivCUCMBlU SCIATIC mIiUc rlimimatltin UPiy emu SHIELDS hip illmiiue etc Wricn CS fiend tlioof wultaad ltKntlilp Hiiid for ctciilnn CAP for pcntlomen UotiliiiMl nUtl1l2l IiU OFFICE with uvn oiiilieatlacho nciiraliria or catairliw 111 Kho roller Iniinellatelr lrlco Si ouch Buna tlzc of lull worn Send for circulars CAPforTJieumMUrain MflRHPTin thorneoTart Iio tlviicuro It will reduce lie swelling and utore to imturnl slo j jmmiillitely 1iko fi eacUby mall Sondalieofi knee hvnuforilrculiir1 Chiles S V Livery Thompson MT STERLING F MtGlIPK KY Co llflUrla I IU lilU lllt3 to Oimiii- - wild irenV luitr Tliey Dieelit ami euro pnld rliiiiimtlin nvuiuhrln ptifuniorla throt trotiblei und ca t irrn iiico o Bona lor circulars vitli eatl- UIONllMM i Agents for Pastern Kentucky i Â¬ C T CENTER Me--Lea- na IHMi Boots Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers iu Sheriff Wolfe County McWilliams XKW Co OHIELDO leflfiKPTIft THROAT nun iniikiiuii euro jl nuaa ruin iiuiinL bemilt to tlwtitlonMx public waken Mid tintr ure i ruy Mtvnuiiien llio vocul cord t and prevent bonnem k dwil for clicuiar 1rlcuSl oachby mail hend Lu of nock dw Sale and Feed Stable MT STERLING IU tiMiiJniiui Uk fever sores and ersal pinlro for their niedU nl qualltloi and for tnu fjiwj mi jijuit iiuy lire worn I rico CJoach by iiml Sendblzo of leaf around caic al unlUe Send for circular I mMLni KY MAGNETIC niiiiii- - uiin fKniwu bc iieculinrnvrr irouou to ladles n Judge can make ll jI Physicians Hnvo Found Out In this Congressional district the lOth That a contaminating and foreign ele- Â¬ iBuekncr received 12921 votes llradlcv ment in the blood developed by indiges- No 011 Main Street 10 Summer St H31U and Fox 437 The Jfcpublicaii tion is the cause of rheumatism This total voc exceeds tho Democratic settles upon the sensitive sub cutaneous Louisville Ky JJostonMass Vote lto2 Tho First Appellate district covering of the muscles and ligaments of Wi8 carried hy Hradley over 3000 votes the joint causing constant and shifting oar Represented by 1 B Aspirants for Congress and for Appellate pain and aggregation as a calcareous Â¬ Shoes AND Drovers and Traders Headquarters The nttextiou of loose and mule is espcciallv invited to our facilities handling of stock and wo invite all of Wolfe and adjoining counties to us when iu the eitv dealers for the traders call on and Impart wonder nil viimr to the holo lody lcrtonn of nedentavy bnbllimnd Impaired nor ohh power will Und them a vuluiihln t iwijMiiion Jrlee 22 each by mall pot pld Scud forclrculam for sentle men will 3ELT8 niinurJEllW KDNE poTttvely cure tlie fol low iir dl eajon without medicine Jnln in tho bsci liirnd or llmliH iipn mm BSfiTiiSftWnrtt vuicKiy removes Â¬ iiiiv imknnv pclatlpa dUeatii of tho kidueyn torpid livcrnem timlcmlMioMliniiotfiiry heart dlseaHo djipcp HlalnillKeKtlon hernia or rupture pllo etc Con Pfllim 810 wm uvuu feHico of of waist andMuRnctleln meamiro IJll0 8lu of shoo wt I J iiivujara J T GEVEDON THE JEWELER I am how located and am prepared to ripair WATCH KS EWEL HSKVINI MACHINES CLOCKS Ac Chamcs reasonable and work warranted I handle the Rest Rolled Plate lewclrv such as Hraceletx lnco Pius Scarf Pius Ac If you want a solid gold ring I can save von money In fact if you want a silver or gold watch or clock or anything iu mv Mm von surely w II mvc money by purchasing of inc shall keep on hand line Hlbles Photo graph Alb s School lnok Ac I aUo keep for sale Dr T II Smiths Liniment and Uiiiutltylng and Healing Soap Jim try this Mum If you want your skin to look uImi keep I lot Lot Mwlng machine pretiy I will attend oil and needles the m Green Mock Si0 and the Wet llherlv 1 MAGNETIC ncluMir cold noto of this--S- on Democrat ti Â¬ elmlkv deposit which produces if i i shall bo appointed See VotHry of State or Hail road CoimniHston vr hy Govenuir Ihiekuer has been li vunwvil by various nersontJ inthepresoneo All agree tif the Heiitiuol Democrat that ho Is worthv of miv ulaee Hut Hoiiii have expresued tho opinion Hint ho U tioewed luihK IiU ntMi district tho Twtuli a tho hou enididuto for Cong ThU uoh meoU tho ApprolMtion wC H4m IVmtieritU Hint it U prolmhlo i U wj m Naked to ttcccpt the W Coiwn- - In thU tlUtrlct and Capt H K ltohorU ruproumting the rtrmuf Carter Hm tt Co of UuUvlllo If k U4 Iw will Iki our Iwt CoiiKreV WM in Swh thU week HHiwwrHt trict and that he The suggestion that Hon U M Adams lall run for Clmgrew in tho Ninth dis- Â¬ 11 rt stillness atllv and distortion of tho joints No fact H DunlapjW G Harrett Dunlap1 which experience has demonstrated in regard to Hostetter Stomach Hitters CO lias stronger evidence to support than this namely that this medicine of com Â¬ Wholesale Manufiieturers of prehensive uses checks the formidable is It hw posi Â¬ and atrocious disease nor tively established that it is preferable to the poisons often used to arrest It since the medicine contains only Military in Â¬ gredient It is also a digital renieify for AND OKAUUtS IN malarial fevers constipation dyspepsia kidney and bladder ailments debility SADDLERY HARDWARE and other disorders o that you get 7rf8 mill 730 AV Alnin St tho genuine 1 1 Blackburn mvr ooiis ion jist siy near RtlNNY KY Ivor kldneyiliead feetlijinolitrkfalllnjr laueurrluva clironle Inllammntluii of of tho womb the womb iui ooinplafnt They carrv a netle f iin o to the irnt of tho dfceje owrfu oiATLft V Ti I ll UHJrlee IreM -- iVAii pf O O nd TiiminnH 1 riiiiiiiiiiii neuraiitta ncrvou1 cihaiullondyr or with ilUvaseaof the liln Sr9K0wTh ni DUNLAP BROS SADDLERY HARNESS ETC 1 nn IIim not lt coiiuh - iu intolo J u eryon I In iVrVon wild hout itaiieJ Sf elieVto wKioVHialTiWLl Vl an iinTirii7tl Ittt IUuua tt - iioitv--mUih- TAy time will LOUISV1LL10 KY ftflOai one0J0 IraiHiiu whli me amount tl hy IIOH NUNNKIV one year as u hriwcnl rovvlviTiiK lliauiii iulMlirMiiU nVOly iliiirU SffiSSiSiSs j5KW eru at all imwmuI THK MADNRTIO m worn ovrr ihM i iMwvriurvrftu4Ma J T UKTOOJC Juwnlrr Honny Ky T IU Huk AliLUNtE Oi ML rm a 7 IHHikl