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Digital page images are linked to the text file. liMa- BWWHBlMMwimiiaiifW - i - - ipsptXT bm J Tvspfl hT tSEJSyTfywy1 Oc gragga v Tf 3Pte ji v - SPENCER COOPER Owner and Editor Hazel Green Herald J- K - Dnvotetl to the Development of ICnstArn Kentucky i- - fcl00 A YEAR Always In Advan VOL J III W MA PEL Attohnky-at-La- w HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 9 SrBNeun Coorrn CIIA8 M 1887 NO 27 TWOWILDMEfl Found on nn Xaltiad in aeorfcffR1 Atlanta Ga September 4 The Columbus Enquirer Sun of to day print in its ncwBCohtmhsn remarkable story ot tho discovery on Hermit Island in tho Chnttahootchco River of two Btrnngo hu man beings who aro ticlioVcd to have been fugitivo bIiivcs Mr E C Moultrio nnd tho writer pays tho Enquirer Sun took guns nnd went down iu somo woods opposite tho island squirrel shooting After a brief rest wo sot out to explore tho island All around tho islnnd near tho shore waa A rocky cliff with hero and thcro a rough cedar clingiug in tho crovicca of the rockB from whoso branches hung tho long whito river moss Iu tho interior the surface sank into a low Hat Innd covered with tall whito oaks and occasion- Â¬ al patches of low shrubbery In these trees wo found our game Ono Bitot from my companions gun brought n kjiirrcl to tho ground imme- Â¬ diately followed by two black naked objects bearing tho outward scmblanco of human beings thoy ran bout low nt ai most lightning speed nnd disappeared over the little mound somothreo hundred yards away In an hour wo had been to camp collected our little band of half a dorcn nml with guns nnd dogs captured the half starved naked savages They retreated to their den under a protruding rock nnd when surrounded by men nnd tlogs surrendered with no rcBiotnnco Thoy fell upon their fnces and whined pitcotisly as if to beg for morcy but uttering no word that was intelligible Indeed no word from them has yot been understood except tho word dog which thoy pronounce with distinctness J heir fear of tho dog almost ap- Â¬ proaches madness They con vorso together in monosyllables of nn unknown tongue Their den was under a ledgo of rock and was sholteretl from wind and rain No indication of fire was seen in or about the plnco The only sign of habitation was a pile of straw lenves and moss in tho den and bones of varmints scattered about It is supposed that tho meat was eaten raw Tho men were perfectly nude except n thin coat of hair which nature lias furnished since their banishment They stautl and walk half bent as if fho largor ono creeping to their prey of them is tall ami muscular PIo seems about forty fivo or lityy years old Tho other is small thin nnd bony nnd hns doubtless reached his threescore and ton The nails and tcoth of both have grown long and hooked so that they find no difficulty iu tearing tho flesh irom a car- Â¬ cass With their long and brawny arms they can hurl a stone with ns much ac- Â¬ curacy as tho rifleman shoots hiarillo There is hut ono theory as to why thifl barbarism exists on Hermit Islnnd and that is that tho negroes during the timo of slavery Bought this as ii plnco of re- Â¬ fuge from their masters That they have never left tho Island since their first advent is almost certain since thoy would iu such a case provido themselves with fire and means to obtain food But how did they get thoro is n question unanswered Certainly not tw we did for the fall is receding and has been in con- Â¬ tact with tho tunnel only a fow years while these negroes have been on tho Island not less than twenty two years No eflort was ever made by whito men to reach tho place On account of its rocky barren appearance it was not supposed to be tillable Â¬ PROFESSIONAL CARDS Fallhn H C IlEnNDOK INDIAN WEDDING Dotiglnn Curlln Ornndnon of n Territorial FlgRiRn MOREHEAD fc ISAAC And Rkal Estatk AarNT Will praetice in ill tin Court of Wlfc 3owell Menifee and llrcathltt counticH Titles examined abstracts furnished tax s paid for uun resitlonts mil estate bought and xold IolleetioiiH n specialty COOPER HERNDON S FALLEN 5 Governor Marries n Squaw 30--Word HAKL IRKKN KY GENERAL JOHN H EVANS HAZEL GREKN KY kit No 1 ieafs HAZEL GREEN KY w n Have the following property which they wish to sell at once and parties desiring to secure bargains will find it to their interest JteMtectfnully soliritis the patronage of the to inspect the property We will trade sonic public nntl will attend promptly to nil bus of it to blue grass laud Write us No L 73 acres of land on Laurel Creek jness entrusted to his care Wolfe county A4 miles from Hazel Green Good dwelling house and out buildings well T SWANGO watered good timber fine tipple orchard coal veins fcc IIAZKL GREEN KY Examiner of Depositions for Wolfe county X I 3 One two story dwelling built in containing six rooms good outbuild lugs a Will nttentl to sill business entrusted to him groundswell of uevcrfuiling water beautiful well Ret with rare and valuable nnd dispateh with promptness shrubbery ami a fine assortment of fruit grapes Ac The best garden in town one v 3EO E WIIITT of the most desirable dwellings to be found Of Elliott County in Harel Green Situated on the height X WITH lending to the celebrated Swango Springs Co about midway between the center of town and the Springs 21 W Market St LortsvulR Ky 31G acres of land on Lucy Creek 2 Solieits the patronage of Eitbtcru Kentucky No miles south of Hazel Green on main road lor Hlnnk Hooks ltiuuks fce to Campton has about 1200 acies of good TO C LYK1NS timber and an iuexhaustable iiimtity of the finest quality of splint and bituminous and County Attornoy Ronl Estato Agont some fine qiinlity of cuniiel coal Deputy County Court Clerk of Wolfe 188 Henry Knoefel 1 J in all Courts in Wolfe and Adjoining Counties and Court of Appeals jftVCiilleetlons a Specialty radices nnd Notary Public Â¬ CAMITOX WOlKi COlNTY KY No o 100 acres of land 2 miles south cast of Hazel Green fine farming land 0 acres in cultivation nearly all bottom laud in good neighborhood and convenient to schools and churches acres of land the survey be- the Stnuding Rock corner of and Wolle counties 10 miles from Campton on the head waters of the induing Block Fork of Ued Hiver It is entirely covered witii a virgin forest of pine poplar oak walnut hickory and chestnut timber No 0 fiOO A -fcR C IJAKHR Attorney at Law JACKSON KY VJniihiir on Lee Iowell J A TAULRELC Physician and Surgeon Jackson Breathitt County n v M KENTUCKY Jt ELMER DPHYSICIAN NORTIIUUTT AND SURGEON IIAZKL UltEEN KY Olliee over V T Onkevs store ftimry S to 11 A M and to I l M All calls attended to day or night 1 10 acres of land most of which No 7 lies in the corporate limits of Hazel ircen on the road leading from town to Swango Sprinus joins No laud is known ns tin1 Mrs nu be laid oil into Libit Trimble tract the mo d desirable town lots in Hael Green It is newly fenced and in cultivation hns Pikukk Dak Augunt reached Pierre that the long contcmplatcd Carline Dupree wedding took plnco Saturday on thu Cheyonno River sixty miles north west of this city It wiw the great event of tho season an it was the first time iu thu history of this sec- Â¬ tion of the country that a white man of note lias married a squaw The groom Douglas Carliu is a grandson of lerrito rial Governor Carlin of Illinois and is the nephew of Colonel Carlin of the Regular Army Tho bride is the daugh- Â¬ ter of Frederick Dupree u French half breed Her mother is tho Queen of the Minncconjou band of Sioux The cere- Â¬ mony was performed by Justice Kinncrof this city in the presence of 1000 Sioux Indians and thirty whites After tho American ceremony was per formed an old squaw camo Irom a mil and chanted a dismal song as an indica- Â¬ tion that the Indians were satisfied The medicine mnn of tho Sioux then with bis head covered with a bullalo robe burned herbs and invoked tho blessing of tho Great Spirit after which two Indians rode white ponies across the plains ami presented them to the bride and groom as the approval of the Great Spirit The feast then commenced which con- Â¬ sisted of ten oxen roasted whole and one hundred dogs boiled into soup Tho lat- Â¬ ter was not sampled by the whites The presents made from tho fathers were five hundred cattle fifty ponies and thirty domestic buflhlocs Dancing was commenced and kept up three days with- Â¬ As fast as one Indian out intermission was exhausted another took his place and the ball went on The bride is an ordinary looking squaw with no education She was clad in a robe of black sik with beaver fur trimmings red ribbons and elk teeth orna- Â¬ ments She does not look striking but is regarded as a great catch as she is reported to bo worth ten thousand dollars in her own rijjht and is the heiress to tho Duprco estato and G0000 in cash and other securities The Indians now regard it a great honor for a whito man to marry a squaw In this case they are greatly pleased rejoicing going on through out the entire bounds of the reservation Â¬ Â¬ and Perry Acquitted Moueheai Ky August 81 Tho ju ry today declared Hiram Pigman nnd Ap Perry not guilty of tho murder of Craig Tolivcr and tho prisoners walked out of tho Court house frco men ouco more Tho prosecution conducted by four attor- Â¬ neys assisting tho Commonwealths At- Â¬ tornoy was pushed with unusual energy Taylor Young whoso namo lias boon so iiufissolubly bound up with tho troubles in Rowan county waa the leading coun- Â¬ sel for tho State doing all tho examina Â¬ tion of tho important witnessess while the Commonwealths Attorney remained in the background never asking a qucs tion of a witness during tho trial Tho defense waa ably conducted by Wallaco Maguire J G Caesidy of Fleming coun- Â¬ ty J T Hazelrigg and Hoono Logan The instructions of tho Court wcro such that Tavlor Young said they wcro so strong that they argued themselves Ho spoke the truth nnd it is understood that iu tho jury room it was A BKIUOOB QUK8TI0N witii some of tho jurors whether or not they should bo disloyal to their oaths if they disobeyed tho instructions of the Court On this ground they wcro ready to convict Rut tlioro wero others among them some of tho most intelligent men on the jury who asserted that they would stay there forever before they would con- Â¬ vict the men who took part in nvunging tho murder of tho Logan boys The element of uncertainty as to who it was that killed Tolivcr and from which crowd of men of several camo tho shots that took his life had much to do with tho decision and after two hours consulta- Â¬ tion tho jury decided that tho best interests of the county would bo best subserved by Â¬ 1 AN ACQUITTAL 3 I GOING HOME No S One house and lot in Northwest Hazel ircen near the common school build- llnturii of tho Soldiery from ing good new dwelling house with four Vooiik Wonts Ills Guiin but Doe rooms good outbuildings garden c Â¬ A a I the corner on Jirowlway and respect fully- grass tin upido orchard some timber is well invite niv former patrons and traveling pen- watered ami is good farming laud i ile ucticruiiv to can nun f No 11 25 acres I miles southeast of II P1KUATT v my InW Hazel ircen on Ked River coal bank f2 in ches thick 230 acres of fine poplar oak nntl AY HOUSE HazixGuklw Ky nvlv Fitted and Refurnished other timber 35 acres in cultivation 2 good niVordH will be found dwelling houses undnuthuihiiucs 2 wells of iM imj it nevcrdailitig water anil gootl young orchard upon the table at all times and the public duests is respectfully solicited jiutronage No 12 250 acres on Gillmoru Creek ft will have ice and other luxiiric to be hud miles south of Hazel Green good coal and fine In connection in tirst elnss countrv hotels timber good dwelling barn and outbuildis a line stable for bures and shed room for ings fine orchard ol 1000 bearing apple trees good hostler lastur vehicles in charge of nH for hori No 13 lti acres on Jillmore Creek 1 MiS LOU DAY lronctress miles south of Hael Green good timber and coal dwelling barn orchard Ac 1 Lkxingtov Ky September 4 The Stato troops returning from Morchoad passed through hero this evening on their way to Louisville At Mt Sterling a HOTELS Sheriff and Deputy boarded tho train with an order of delivery from the Mont- Â¬ tc P1ERATT HOUSENt w Phumix gomery Circuit Court for a box of Spring The field rifles of No f0 caliber sued out at HAZEL GREEN ICY the instance of Z T Young and ferry No 10 About 87 acres of land on Lucy The latter is a doctor practic- Â¬ J H Pleratt Proprietor Creek Wi miles from Hazel Green has a Wilson Cuptain Mc in ing at Farmers Station J am now running tlic little hotel around good bam is well fenced about 30 acres No 9 2000 acres of land on Kentucky Hiver and Frozen Creek llreathitt county 7 miles below lackson on the surveyed lines of the Kentucky Union and Cincinnati and Southeastern railroads It is covered with a heavy forest of the finest timber in the State and including oak walnut poplar ash is underlaid witii inexhaustible veins of fun nel and bituminous coal Â¬ Otlicc GotThom ut Â¬ D Â¬ o3iiirnouE S S COM CAMPTON lis KY INtocnnvron The palrnnngf of the traveling public is No respectfully hnlieitctl Table the best and every attention for the comfoit of gtteMS Cteck DAMS HOUSE Saly nits villi ky G II Ahamh PiioiitirTon This old and rell known houe has been and is thorouhlv refitted and refurnished public now open for the reception of the Nothing Shall be Led Undone to Make O II Adams Oueit Comfortable 100 aeres on Lower Devils Creek No in Wolfe county south of Campion on the surveyed line of Kentucky Union railroad good timber including white pine poplar oak Arc 1 1 A About lf0 acres on Gillmore miles south of Ilarel ircen fully 100 aeres of line timber veins of best quality ofpliiit mid bituminous coal gootl dwelling barn and out buildings good farming land 15 I 1 L DniilapllL II iMiiihipu W i Marrett DUNLAP BROS CO Wholesale Manufacturer of Pherson refused to deliver them The Sherifiinsisted ho must have them whereupon the guards loaded their guns and the train pulled out bringing the Sheriff as far as Winche ter Captain McPherson had orders from both Gov- Â¬ ernor Knott and Governor Buekncr to bring the guns to Frankfort and to that place thoy go The Sheriff followed on the regular train to Lexington and goes on to Frankfort tonight Sheriff Rur rows is afraid that the Rowan county troubles will follow Tnvlor Young to Mt Sterling and that MontgomeryMvill be dragged into the dispute Jt is a pros Â¬ pect which the citizens of that county do not regard with much favor The Tolivers who returned to Morehcid Friday evening left yesterday taking their women ami their household goods with them Captain McPherson telo granhod the Governor from hero that he liatl the guns with him and wanted to turn them over to some responsible authority at Frankfort At the Plucnix Hotel Major R I Williams gave the officers of the militia an elegant supper which they very heartily enjoved after their hard fare at Morchoad lvlie troops went on their way to Louisville rejoicing considerations it is now irreversible Many people regard tho result tw a settlement of the Rowan county troubles Whether or not thoy aro correct time onlv can tell lho attorneys for tho defense were much elated over their victory but there was no demonstration Hiram Pigman and A Perry have been surrounded by tho ladies of their families throughout the trial and their friends have stood by them loyally Perrys wife and child weie by his side when the jury camo down Pigman who had borno up bravely during tho trial broke down as the jury decended tho stairs from their room with n verdict and went like a chihl Presently the jury was call ed and the verdict read which acquitted and tears gave way to smiles and there was general hugging nnd congratulations Judge Colo looked a trifle paler than usual when the verdict was rendered After asking Gentlemen of the jury is that vour verdict ami receiving tho is he turned to tho prisoners reply Hiram Pigman and A Perry and said you it ro discharged Â¬ and thoy rendered a verdict accordingly It is generally regarded as a verdict moro in accordance with popular feeling than iu accordance with tho law as laiudown by the Court but based on whatever jlt In tho court room made a rush to get past the soldiers and out into tho yard lho knots of men gathered all over town discussing the situation There was no levity but tho matter was treated with the gravity it deserved The soltliers now hope to be abte to leave here this work John Trumbo indicted forj shooting and wounding Howard Logan camo iu this morning and surrendered to the Sherifi He was placed in jail to await trial Morse Little is ready for trial for the murder of a man named Morrow These cases will soon bo dis posed of when tho most eventful session tif tho Rowan Circuit Court will conto to an end Cincinnati Enquirer TIIISTHllOXG Â¬ Two Brothors Murdorod CitAii OiicifAiti Ky September 2 Kb Coolly adds two moro killed to his Ho lives about seven miles from record here iu Garrard county Yesterday even Â¬ ing two men Peter and Henderson Green brothers passed ljv Coolleys house which was oil their road home Irom Lancaster in a buggy and fired off their pistols and hallooed as they went by Coolley was at home and anticipating their return prepared himself They soon returned ami repeated the offeusoin front of Cool leys house when ho opened fire and mortally wounded ouu with a pistol then taking a shotgun wounded tho other who also fell from thu buggy They were taken home and one of them died on reaching there It is reported tho other dietl to day Iloth wero young moil ono recently married and hail a reputation asquarrolsomo and desperate They had a row some time ago at Dripping Springs with Coolley Conllny last fall killed a man named Heott at a lioimo of ilbreputo with an ax and fought In I Iu went to Lttu iitiinoroiiH dllllciiltlos nnd surrendered hhmadf lmmvdl castor ately after the killing Â¬ Cincinnati Enquirer irMMkM Uooful and Hurtful VJodlclnoo There is u certain ulnssof remedica for constipation absolutely useless Thesti are boluses anil potions muiu iu great purl of poilophyllin aloes rhubarhgam lioge and other worthies ingredients i nu lainagu tney no to mo stoutaeiis ot t locri ulift ithiji wv Mlwi n uu ltnm tu IftifiLiiiiliI wiv li n IV W0BRIB8 w I furimli all classes with employment ul home the whole of the time or for their i pnre lttiIiieon new light and profim inomciiN ulde IeiHins of cither nx easily euin Irom h cent to A per evening ami a proportion itte sum bv devoting all their time to the bitslucrts Moys uud girl- - earn nearly us inuch this may send us imwi That all who iiililriyiillil 11 tl businecij we iiuike their this ollhr To such as an- not well satisfied we will smiil one dollar to pay for the trimhie of writing Inll particulars amim iiiiii Vrvb Aihlrttsv tntmuii mikhun v iw Ja8ly i orthmd Maine - LASSISTJiSW SADDLERY HARNESS ETC ANH DKAJKIIH IN SADDLERY HARDWARE 728 mid 7M V Mnhi St Rfi evacuate the bowel it is true but al - LOinsvnLio ky NlNVKLLY utffur Cut IhN out be made I return to im and we will ill 1 11 Lk A m ihI you free noiuelltlug of gieut VflHH nnd liuporiaueo to you nun win start oii In IiuMihh which will bring on in mure money rlnhi away tnuii mi thing III work world cle Kvitthe hoiuu Anyoito can do theHome I vill keep on nml ut IithcrHtx ul iiuim nvelnenlol H muni a me iiiii ililmr new Hint tin unlit money for all ut Hr Mm 1U Wo will Mart yon capital mil workers mmr i t uhK HHMiMiiy J UN into or hip genuine iiupur U lliumf IIiiwHimih llt etletl ulrv nntl WMlrlim Im me Up ll urtmU Ml Hint Ihnnitc of c lifellmr III tuideH anil Kvylukiv uuibllloim and cuicrprMntf will not Icbiy iirliM uim uimriinleeiiilMiiilliin I W rltv AtldruM IuiK A CO Grand itiillU lice rUifiy iiil mrk wuriiii i Trniir it AwiJUflt Muitia J Ii WW R0iijMlAilVlitf llepresented bv HOI MAMRVri 1 W J I I I j ways do mi violently and profusely n ul besides grinu tlio bowels Their ellect Is to weitken both tliein nnd tho stomach Heller far to use tho agreeable and salutary anorieut Hostellers Stomach HitÂ¬ ters tin laxative effect of which is never preceded by pain or accompanied by a convulsive violent action ol the botvehf On the contrary It InvlifiiratuH those or guns the tttonuich and liio entire tfysttiiu Ait a menus of curing anil preventing malarial fevers mi inciiluliiiis can nnnnarn with It and it remedies nervous dubilily rheumatism kidney mu bladder limillv- J K Hmalley of Campton ha puf chased tho leather rcnovater at tills Wo liy ami ntiinr inorganic niumii ami will continue the basilic coiiihicih ovMter mi Have your fcatliurtf renovated and In lug ojsiratloiw next Mouilny PertHi 1lHtlwTM tHivw Mury yourxlf tupl family ugulitot dkcuo wUlilhg lietU rtHOVwM are JhvIUiI to I Wl MAllKYt come Ih mwI limpvct u vml Wl 9 Â¬ refreshing to hear a Christian congregation Hiug with great unction tho hymn beginning Shall Wo Know Each Other There Thoy acorn really in dead earnest and would proba- Â¬ bly feel like refusing to go to henvon if assured they would not know each other there Yet three fourths of tho pcoplo who exhibit this desire for mutual recog- Â¬ nition iu tho future would utterly fail to cultivato it on the earth MemberH of the samo church not to say moro outsid Â¬ ers who go now and then often pass on the streets and elbow each other iu tho aisles year after year without becoming acquainted They have no friendly in Â¬ terest in each others welfaro but turn up their noses ami ac as proud as a small noy wuo hub lust donnod ids first pntr of long boots Uhcy say Our Father hut it cannot bo that they bellovo it else tlicy would not treat His children us entire strangers Hotter pracjlco a little of the social quality now to avoid tho awkward Â¬ ness ol needing nn introduction hond they happen to meet in the sweet subwv qtiontly Fancy tin angel having touring together JJrothcr Jonett Hud Hrother Smith who had communed in the wtmo church for a generation without vr ax changing words I Tho cold formal uh social Iwlmvior of profchshm ChrUtiaiiH Iihh domi moro to drive dtsHndeiit uIh to tho devil than all tho hmmhuIIn of all tho VoltalrcM ami Ingorwllii thi World has ever produced Jlretliox iWt npeud much time wondering wMiHr you Kuan Know iwh other thir m IIIHtiV IV H JHHIIfr lltfllttJOriH h KMWl Vtf llMlTIAHfllt7r iwmii will IwirlM OlrttruLilUf LU riMtiiLiu iMM -- m It Begin it More is sometimes very W3 m imUm4rt Tim 4iu m ml m may v J - Jiri1 k isr f - iiJihHjii QT ijy3fcX 53ii fc Tl fc i Hazel Queen Herald sr i r V Thfl father tnnoU thorn at tho door Whea the sermon raa wbica No word Is spoken but thoy aro con- Â¬ preached In tho school house was ducted hs oncn to the chamber of over tho pallbcarer six bright littlo BPXNCSn COOPER Publisher death boys carried the coffin out and it was Mrs Bin art arises from the bed whoro placed in tho hearse Then a long - KENTUCKY she hail just completed tho sd task of Btring of vehicles persons on horse- Â¬ HAZEL GEEEN straigliteuiug out the little limbs and back and on foot followed it to tho closing those eyelids forever neighborhood burying ground where THE PARTING SHIP The hired girl pauses by tho bed side the father and mother of the child wero On orimscncd conch tho sun ouce mora Vand gaxes for a moment on tho sweet buried Thero ho was laid away by At oven ngs gate lay dying Abovo the ind seas sullen roar their sido to rest till the resurrection Tho grit vlng winds wero sighing morn A hark eh it from tho lonely shoro Helen returned homo with Rose Sho With all hor broiid Balls Hying as yet knew nothing of tho discovery And they that sailed upon that ship on her wild lands and of tho good No more thoy wept nor smiled fortune which was about to befall her No tearful eye no trembling lip No supp Jcations wild Supposing herself still poor and de Â¬ pendent upon her labors she tho next No sorrowing for tho lessening lands Nodtculof corning ill morning after tho funeral announced They stoi d with folded cold white hands her intention of onco more going out And hoirta forovor still Into tho world to seek employment On that II fmltable sea Warren asked her to como with him Tho ghoitly vessol speed in the parlor and when alone he said Out bearing to eternity Tho woi Ids unnumbered dead Helen a few weeks ago wo were be- Â¬ trothed in tho sight of Heaven 1 loved Dut on tho shoro so dark so fair From Wilch they swiftly parted you then 1 love you ten times more Wero plei clng cries and muto despair now but I am for tho present going to Of mort ls broken hearted request that our betrothal vows be sev- Â¬ And arms bereft In anguish raised ered I am not worthy of you now Iinplorii g to the skies Trembling with strange emotions sho And sllcn souls that only gazed With st adfast hopeless eyes DEATH OF AOS consented that his proposal be with- Â¬ face of her litllo dead brother Thero drawn But whon the great colcstlul pyro Now wo aro Warren went on ForcncA dead day Is lighted is a smilo upon his face and Mrs Then looiilng on the wnll of Hro to go where wo will and chooso Stuart says tho last wqrds he uttered free That briathlcss ship Is sighted whom we may are we not were Yes mother I come I come Whlto wrh tho dead that dlo each day Yes she answered sadly Tears again How down Helens cheek She hulls her course nlono When I avowed my love and pro they wero not tho tears of despair but Far through the closing shadows gray posed marriage you were poor I Out to Mo dark unknown sadness and joy loved you then Now you arc ricli and Ho suffers no longer He had gone Tis yesterday upon tho shoro To day will coino to morrow to tho world of eternal peace and ma desire a husband who is in your Hero and hereafter over more youth lit was now in the anus of his own sphere And so farewell to sorrow What do you mean she asked mot hor in that Celestial City not made Ilcr ginnt shadow falls and gray Do you not remember the wild with hands Tho twilight comes appalling Was this death No though wo call waste lands set apart to you Her cloudy sails shako out tho spray Yes And then tho dow is fulling it death A change is a far better Tho cordage creuks and straight wo say A miner has discovered a valuable term Was this an act of Providence Hark how tho winds are calling We poor short sighted mortals are apt lead and silver mine upon them Ho The Critic has sent by me a proposition to you to to criticise the acts of Almihtv God The language of Job was in Helens give you one hundred thousand dollars for half the tract mind -- Oil Helen could hardly believe her cars Is thero not an appointed timo for tho Story of a Young Girls Strug man upon earth Are not his days also yet Warren convinced her of the trutlu I could not hold you to your be like the days of a hireling As a ser Â¬ flo With Advorsity vant earnestly desireth the shadow and trothal vow3 made when we were equal r T JOnN It MX78ICK as a hireling looketh for the reward of You are now free and can choose m self or whomsoever you may for a hus- Â¬ Job VII 1st and 2d iUTHon of Tub Hankkh of Drdfoium his work band WAlTKH BnOWNFIELD If a man die shall he live again Eta For an answer she threw her arms All the days of my appointed time will Copyright 16SG by A N Kellogg Aewipaper Co I wait till my change come JobXiV about his neck and wept for joy NEWS NOTES Ex G overnor 111 lit Iks Blackburn is seriously his residence in Frankfort Ky Tho free delivery system has boon estab- Â¬ lished at Juncsville Wis scrvlco to begin October 1 next Tho President hna appointed M Hunger to be a enptaia in tho United States rove nno marine service Right Hon James Anthony Lawson judge of tho Queens Bench division or tho Irish High Court of Justice died at Dublin tho other day It is stated on good authority that tho President will join Mrs Clovelund at Mar- Â¬ ion Mass during tho lust few hours of hor stay thero Marcus Hillings at ono timo a millionaire oil king of Oil City Pa is reported financially embarrassed nnd his property will cfme under tho sheriffs hammer Sings now opera house and several ad Â¬ joining buildings at Brooklyn N Y woro destroyed by flro tho other day Loss about ttuooo John S Quinism hardware merchant at No US Chnmhers street Now York has assigned His liabilities are 47000 ussots Â¬ BEST at What Would Volt cur If Farmer Follow PRODUCING All tho AUtIco Given Theta TE S1 WKSmL I S11000 Â¬ I HELEN LAKEMN CHAPTER XXIII CONTINUKD Wo nro now willing your Honor to risk this case laid Mr Layman ivith you Tho justico was smiling a smilo which was rather dangerous to tho 11th Yes little Amos did live again His change had come and her heart told her it was better for him prosecution Well gentlemen ho said this certainly puts a new featuro on the case I shall bo compelled to dischargo tho defendant Mrs Arnold to Iter credit be it said arose and was first to grasp Helens hand and congratulate her Helen my dear forgive us for tho groat wrong wo have done you Forgive me Mrs Arnold for I too havo dono you a wrong by accusing you in my mind of knowingly purse fcuting mo I think that ye all owe me a forgive-Â¬ ness or a good kickin1 Im not sartain which said Pete lighting his pipe It seems it all grow out o ono of my blunders But I kin now sell yo cal- Â¬ icos linona and worsteds goods cheap enough to mako amends fur it all At this moment Clarence burst into tho room Squiro ho cried this girl must go to our house Her brother is dy-Â¬ Sho is at liberty to go whore- sho pleases Sho is discharged said tho justico Let ma tnko hor said Warron Warrnn What are you heroP cried Clarence Great goodness but this is lucky Did you bring your horso and buggy - ing Yes Warren then spoko a word to Helen whoso palo faco grew sad Sho took his arm and thoy loft tho court room All defiance loft tho faco of Hallio Ar- Â¬ nold as she saw Helen led triumphantly away by Warron Stuart CONCLUSION Helen felt lonely though kind words were spoken to her There are always so many things to suggest the presence of tho departed long after they havo left ns We seem to hear their voices in tho halls and each garment suggests their presence Often in the night Helen seemed to hear the painful cough which had long aillicted her brother She wotdd start up from her slumbers so real did the vision seem and it would be some min- Â¬ utes before she could convince herself that little Amos was not alive and in the llesh once more to suffer Again and again did she in dreams live over tho scenes and trials with that little brother whom she loved dear Â¬ er than life Both Mr and Mrs Stuart did all they could to console poor Helen Brother Ulae tho minister came Oh what a world of consolation is a good pastor in tho hour of sorrow and death Who can speak such words of comfort ns the man of God Suffer littlo children to come unto mo and forbid them not for of such is the Kingdom of Heaven he said to the fair mourner Mrs Arnold and her husband sunt regrets and words of comfort to Helen but deemed it best not to attend the funeral Pete tho peddler came and offered the best of his stock for burial clothes Rose Stuart was Helens dear Â¬ est comforter not even excepting War Â¬ ren who found himself placed in such a strange position that ho could offer but littlo consolation The only satisfac- Â¬ tion Clarence had was that ho had thrashed Mill Jones tho destroyer of that childs life CHAPTER XXIV t l Tho good may triumph but arc never triumphant Only tho wicked exult at their own success and tho overthrow of an onomy Tho truly noblo man or woman never delights in tho downfall of another oven though ho bo an enemy Triumph and joy wero all darkened by tho startling intelligence that little Amos was dj ing and had sent to see his sinter Sho did not know but in her imagination had pictured a part of the llttlti fellows suflurlngs The Lord had boon good to hor and sho prayed od to spare tho little brother if it wan His holy will Yet over through her earn the words kept rlnglngt Not my will liut TKIne bo done Whitoh and Helen spoka but few wortU oh the drive They both felt lUM It ww tH drive to the toono of J Htkf and bntli were uttering silent jmiypri tor Mtrmtxili to Ihmi up under Wh mmx titol Tk H Um koHftt - In right Rose PfcMwN t k Ming patiently 1M viHtHtf iiomuiv I- 4ttrtfcliiit Tho funeral was set for an early day Rev Mlaze took for his text Tho Lord givcth and tho Lord taketh away blessed bo tho name of the Lord Tho sermon was not noted for elo Â¬ quence or rhetoric but it was full of hope and cheer Ho did not as many ministers do preach all rouud the sub- Â¬ ject but right at It Ho said tho bodv lying before them was only tho casket which had contained littlo Amos but that he had left this frail tenement of clay and was now with his parents in tho eternal homo where night never comes Thero was no cause for weepÂ¬ ing it was tho change of which Job spake That which was our low was his eternal gain and yet as Hellish mor Â¬ tals we could not but shed teals nnd long for tho society of the departed 11 In cloning remarks about the Until meeting upon the hhoies of the better laud where friends and relatives among that angel band would greet in with loud hosHiiuim WH4 o Mining to chiko many nobs of tender tiympathy Hint hojHi and there we would tlnd the itkt Uy no longer nerlpple but one of o tk frtJlViit HU4 bYlHtl Ut all Uit AH John right of Tennessee hns boon appointed eiref of tho Mineral Land Division in tho General Land ofllco vleo Jacob Frolieh appointed financial clerk of tho Patonloftlcc Miss Mary Snvder of Columbia Vnt has died after an illness of seventy five years The brass foundry of Thayer Brothers Milwaukee was burned tlio other day Los about 10000 E B Cowles n lawyer of Now York city jumped evorboard from n steamer at Mon treal the other day and was drowned T ho Volunteer won tho Boston Herald cup in the race the other day beating all the competitors about fifteen minutes General K W Doniphan of St Joseph Mo member of the Peace Commission of lSKl whose iamo was mentioned in connection with the Democratic nomination in 1ST died tho other night Cotton exports for July past were valued at SMiUOIttO ayainst M870a5 in July 1SS0 The value or cotton exports for the cloven mouths ended July 31 lSb7 aggregated SltlJTGIim against f20 TSiVZi during tho eleven months ended July 31 lv Tho Philadelphia Iron and Steel Bulletin says the imports of iron and stool during the fiscal year ended Juno 30 were greater than ever before They were 100000 tons greater than in lSS and liS5 combined Bulletin sees no indication of a cessation of importation much ns it regrets the fact A number of Peers have threatened to vote for the rejection of the House of Commons amendments to tho Land bill especially those to the clause providing for revision of judicial rents and havo warned the government that they will not deal with the question of arrears Governor Porter Acting Secretary or I State says that every effort is being made L to get at the facts in the cases growing out 4 ilftvili V of the recent trouble between American twentieth of that sum fishermen and the Canadian authorities We nre not justified however in Measurements are now being made to de- drawing the conclusion that b raising termine where tho three mile limit is the quality of all the articles produced Tho reported shootingof William Carson sheriff of Costclla County Col and eldest on farms such prices could be realized son of tho fnmous Kit Carson bv u Mexi for them There are rich epicures that can desperado proves to bo incorrect Ho will pay almost any price for vege- Â¬ is alive and well It is believed that there was a killing however as stated but that tables produced far in advance of the tho victim wus Kit a young brother of the season for fruits of large size and sur-Â¬ passing excellence for meats that will shoriff The President has pardoned Leonard melt in the mouth for cream cheeso Smiley of Kentucky and Villiam Sweeney nnd for fresh butter mado in winter of tho District of Columbia Tho formor Tho pardon was based on the ground that from the milk of Jersey cows w-t Tt Smiley is in tho last stages of consumption number of those persons however is If all the products of tho SHE THREW HKU ARMS ABOUT HI3 and the latter on the ground that Sweeney very small is tho sole support of uu aged and decrepit farm and garden were improved in NECK i mother Mr Layman who had an eye to Notices of objection to the probate of tho quality till they deserved to rank business at onco began suit against will of tho lato John Johnston tho dry among delicacies tho present prices for Judge Arnold for false imprisonment goods millionaire or Now York City have these articles could not bo realized in the name of his client The Judgo been filed on behalf of two nephews nnd a Comparatively few people can afford niece of Mr Tho to buy luxuries at the prices they now who was alarmed offered to compro Â¬ claim that Mr Johnston never contestants Johnston mado the command If no butter and cheese mise the matter by deeding the Plumber will bequeathing his property to his brothcould be obtained for less than fifty er that ho was mentally incapable and farm back to Helen sf noonlo would be When Helen heard of the proceed Â¬ that it was procured by fraud and undue coits por pnun influence compelled by stern ncccsstv to find ings she went to Newton and ordered Register Porter or tho United States substitutes for them The liko would the suit dismissed saying Land Ofllco at Dcs Moines has been in- be true in relation to beef lamb fruit 1 can forgive as I hope to bo for- Â¬ structed by Land Commissioner Sparks to and vegetables of all kinds open up for entry the 20000 acres of land given Nor would sho even take tho farm by unearned by tho St Paul Sioux City It is likely that tho demand for lux- Â¬ road and which under tho act of tho Iowa uries even at the prices now way of compromise Tho Lord had demand Â¬ Legislature been good to her and sho would per-Â¬ government wero receded to the general ed for them will increase as wealth last Jnnuary Register Porter mit the Judge to retain it Such a noblo has named September 12 as tho date of accumulates in the country But it is nature could not fail to bo tho subject opening and actual settlors will havo tho nonsense to talk about selling all the of favorable comment all over Sandy preference in ovcry case Tho land has products of the farm and garden at tho prices a few very rich men can pay Fork neighborhood Even Mothers been in dispute since about 1HVI Tho national clothing cut Tart rum and Grundy sounded her tors in session convention ofNY resolved for what they use on their tables The at Syracuse praises as a good gal to join tho Knights of Labor and will at quality of them may bo raised to an Warren Stuart sought a location for ouco apply for a charter They will here ideal standard but the purchasers of tho practice of his profession in a West Â¬ after assist no trade that is not under tho them at fancy prices will be few of ern county nnd after a years absence auspices of tho Knightsary Labor nor will Thero will always be purchasers of they bo represented in trades assembly strawberries he returned to claim his sweet young not composed exclusively of Knights at fifty cents per box but At bride present tho Utiea Rochester and St Louis the sales of this most delicious fruit aro Tho wedding was a quiet affair organizations belong to a trades union and never vary largo when tho prico is Our friend the peddler was present ho they aro instructed to withdraw from tho much abovo one fifth of that sum Tho union and get charter from tho Knights like is true in relation to vegetables having insisted upon furnishing tho Tho Knight of aLabor label also boon raised in bride the wedding outfit which was of adopted Jnmes A Wright has tho execuhot beds grapes ripened un- Â¬ of the finest ho said all wool with fast tive board of the Knights of Labor was der glass and spring lamb and green elected chairman of the convention colors not a shoddy thread in em peas in a condition to be cooked in tho Secretary Whitney says that thero was month of May Tho Rev Allyn Mlaze officiated great mass of hu Â¬ truth Helen had disposed of her mining no roliovoin tho roport that ho had decided manity even in a prosperous country to Admiral Luce from command of lands at a fabulous prico to thoso uiu norm miuuuc squadron upon nls ar- liko this must be content with fruit of Western people Tho mines only rival at liar Harbor whoro tho Admiral is only a medium quality and which can bo obtained at a proved fair though remunerating tho expected in a fow days Judgo Doiiohuo In tho Supremo Court of If there woro no corresponding price purchasers scrub cattlo In tho One more visit to fco that tho grass New York donlod a motion on tho part of country to furnish cheap moat jOnorill J k llnthnnn to vacate an order most and flowers were growing on tho nmtlfl In March last appointing Mrs Eliza of our pcoplo would bo obliged to cot graves of thoso sho loved and then itoiiiuno a committee or tho person nnd along without It as the inhabitants of or Blind Tom tho negro pianist kissing her many friends adieu tho property many Kuropean countries do Chi-ago Times young bride left Sandy Fork with her Tom therefore romalns In Mrs Bethuuos chargo as a commlttco or tho court husband for their new home made Archbishop Croko I ho quince Is a great comfortable by her own wealth and has forwarded to Howtho Irish sympathizer fender and Kathor Hlordan of iimiIs good cultivation Jf0 other fruit industry Ciutlo Garden two Irish poplin Hags for Pete tho peddler sometimes roams tho Hlxiyuluih New York regiment Ono rcquhvs so much manure and such thero In his wanderings and is always l an Amoneuii national flag and tho cthor thormtgh cultivation If the trees bo the emblem of Krln Tho Archbishop ex m leocd It U likely that a welcomo guest He disposes of fill promton there will be tho nautlmont hopes pack Invariably at the doctors house green lug will soon bo that he over a the no fruit hut If there shall It will be of naunfurled wall growth d Ulwlgllly where It Is madu into clothes for the tive Irish Hcnate n1lW Hugh McDonald aged twontythrop Wm people at the poor hoiuo Our story Is flttlsliixl and If It 1 M McHuA name age of Petditigo win -- Tanner iHU j jmv ihouh make the bunion of even one of while driving home from HolU drown tho other nlKht were instantly killed a who Mil tx1 out In ihi J those unfortunate gtU who work In slo their home Tiny were cromig the PM mliinii1 tin nthwr jMtoplus kitchens lighter wo NorUiwuitern ruilreud euo uiilo from here sttMll feel tlmt this story lm not bcuu when their rig was ht runic by a freight eti waiionul over tho farm will nut Thoy wrn both uriuurricd mid gins written U ImtUU from sstsds Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ A few years ago a gentleman In Wls conaln who was familiar with the dairy business showed that tho farmers In ono county lost about 500000 in a singlo season by making inferior in- Â¬ stead of very choice bnttor Ho mado his showing by ascertaining how many pounds of butter they made and com- Â¬ paring the amount it sold Jfor with what would have been realized for it had it all been sold for fifty cents per pound which was received for a few choico lots mado by parties who kept Jersey cows had excellent facilities for keeping milk were export butter makers and had city customers who were able and willing to pay fancy prices for a very superior article A somewhat similar showing was mado about the sanio time in relation to the cheeso made in one county in New York The reports of several market towns were quoted to show that much of the cheese mado during the season sold for seven cents pur pound whilo somo choice foreign cheese had been sold for forty cents and some fall cream cheese flavored to sage had been disposed of for twenty five cents per pound Occasionally a live stock journal makes a sensation showing us how much farmers lose by keeping inferior cattle It gives the prices realized for a car load of fancy beeves all pure blood or high grade animals pastured on blue grass and fattened on corn meal and compares them with tho sums received for scrubs kept on a range ranch or n prairie farm that has never been improved and which havo never had any grain to oat Fruit raisers often refer to tho fact that some baskets of peaches will readily sell for 2 whilo others are diflicult to dispose of for 50 cents that choice spring lamb is often sold in our large cities for 50 cents tier pound is Jvxtra line chickens ready for certain the broiling iron by the 1st of July have also been sold for 75 cents per pound The late Dr Hull of Alton sold Washington plums in this market for 1 per dozen lie sold some pears and apricots at the same price Black Hamburg grapes have been sold at 1 a pound during the same season that Concords found a slow sale at one V IK Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ vh 2 M O flfi faHf Alfcrin uu fl HARDY FOREST TREES IVhat One Man tint Contributed to tk Hclonce of Tlmbnr Culture Not every person who has spout most of his life in any industrial pur- Â¬ suit bus learned much that is now and valuable and not every one who has acquired much useful information ia able and willing to impart tho knowl- Â¬ edge ho has gained to others Such however is not tho caso with Robert Douglas tho groat nurseryman and troo plantttr At tho recent conven- Â¬ tion of nurserymen in this oity ho told uv uu uuiiiuu iiiituusiuu in turusirv and what progress ho had mado in it When he cumo to tho West ho learned from tho old settlors that VALUE Tfa - OF ADVERTISING PERSONAL AND LITERARY i V JZ- - r tamo grass and trees would not grow on the prairies Ho read most of tho Eastern works of forostry and learned from them that forest treos would do will if planted on land that was cov- Â¬ ered with soil and that coniferous 6cedling8 could do best started in open- Â¬ ings in a natural forest He set outgoes on tho prairie that had never been broken and had poor success with them no subdued tho soil and found that the grew liko weeds though it was necessary to keep tho weeds in subjection He then ascertained that seedlings iuld bo raised better in a nursery than in oponings made among forest trees Numerous experiments convinced him that native trees are generally much preferable to those obtained in They are better foreign countries to our soil and climate Wo adapted can seo what thoy will do by observing them in natural woods Not only are native treos best but experience shows that it is advisable to plant the seeds of trees that grow in the vicinity of one own home Tho black walnut grow wild from the great lakes to the Gulf of Mexico but nuts obtained in the South are not likely to produce hardy trees in the North Tho southern nuts may all germinate and produco small trees that appear to bo very promising but tho chances are that they will be killed down to tho ground the first cold win- Â¬ ter Black walnut trees raised from Northern seed are of slow growth but quite certain to bo hardy The like is true of red cedar trees that grow in almost every state and territory Most kinds of trees likojndians can acquire peculiar characteristics by beinggrowu for years in one part of the country Removed to a place whoro olimate and soil arc difleront they do not do well Mr Douglas has ascertained that tho methods practiced by European for- Â¬ esters in raising seedlings in trans Â¬ planting them arc quite too costly for this country whero labor is high They spado and trench the land intended for seed beds dig tho trees with spades and cultivato them with hand hoes Then the work is almost all done with horses and tho implements they draw Tho seedlings arc raised on mellow soil that is free from weeds and aro taken up with a tree digger drawn by horses Tho raw prairie is prepared for setting out trees as it is for raising a crop of corn It is broken shallow in the summer and the coming fall tho sod in the furrows is inverted and tho plow run deep enough to throw somo throo inches of earth over it IJeforo planting the harrow and roller aro used on it and tho marker used to lay off tho rows to run in both directions New tho same as for a crop of corn land is in many respects preferable to old Its fertilicy has not been ex Â¬ hausted and it contains no weed seeds unless they aro scattered to the wind Small trees can bo set on land pre Â¬ pared as for planting corn very rapid- Â¬ ly A spade will removo earth enough to make a hole that will contain tho When tho roots have been roots placed in position tho spadeful of soil can be thrown over them and pressed clown by the foot of tho planter Two men can work on adjoining rows and a smart boy can keep them supplied with trees to eet out and place them in the holes that aro dug Two men and a boy can plant 4500 trees in a day if tho ground is well prepared and marked off Caro and skill in planting Tho trees aro como from practice cultivated as corn is tho hand hoe be Â¬ ing rarely employed Tho best work is dono by an ordinary two horso walk- Â¬ ing cultivator Tho young treos should receive as good attontion as corn doos Weeds and grass aro as injurious to tho first as tho last If weeds spring up near a young tree they should bo pulled out by hand Tho number of years cultivation roquirod will depend on tho variotios of trees planted Somo mako n slow and others a rapid growth Tho cultivation in cithor caso must continue till tho trees aro largo enough to shade tho ground and thus prevent tho Kxperionoo luu growth of weeds taught Mr Douglas that it Is best to plant difleront kinds of trees by them solve If thoy nro to bu cultivated as ho Ho my It require twlco If k directs not four times tho amount of work to roinovo tho native tree from nil ncro of land m id needed to plant mi ncro and to work th null till the treed will completely shade the null It cnati inuoh las Ifl Iovor and with tree than to remove them to gut luiul to uuU tAfftiy JfViMf Oscar Wlldo has become editor of tho Ladys World at London Sinco tho Invention of printing with Gnths salary from tho Cincinnati types which dates back further than Enquirer is two hundred dollars per the days of Guttenberg there has boon week no time when the advantages of adver Â¬ Bacred books of tising were moro fully understood aud tho The Vcdas tho aro boliovcd to Braminio religion appreciated than at present Tho ben Â¬ bo 8900 years old that is to dato efits derived from judicious use of back as far as 2000 BC printers ink have been so obvious that Miss E Folsom a it has como to bo a recognized axiom relative ofMinnieGrovor Cleveland near has Mrs among business mou that tho moro lib Â¬ boeomo preceptress of tho Brookings erally it is used tho greater becomes the chances of winning success Of Agricultural Collego in Dakota Sarah Marshal who died recently course there aro isolated cases in which men who havo won prosperity at Philadelphia leaves her fortune without its aid will scout at tho idea of which is estimated at from 850000 to its proving a valuable auxiliary to 400000 for tho relief of chronic and others It will be found on inspection incurable invalids who can not be cared Christian howover that these fossils for your for by tho general hospitals truo opponent of advertising is neces- Â¬ Union Dr Mackenzie the English sur-Â¬ sarily an antiquated man thoroughly incrustcd with prejudices havo suc- Â¬ geon who operated on tho German ceeded by pure luck aud not through Crown Princes throat places a royal tho exercise of any special talents pos- Â¬ estimato upon tho valuo of his services sessed by them On the other hand Ho charged thirteen thousand dollars how numerous aro the instauees in for making two trips to Germany and which men of sense aided by tho pub- Â¬ treating his patient in London for a licity afforded by newspaper advertis Â¬ few days ing have beon enabled to reverse tho Charles Painter who died in Ar-Â¬ of fate which would have had lington Md recently aged sovonty rulings thoy quietly acquiesced relegated thorn years was noted as tho man who in- Â¬ to the obscurity of failure troduced ice cream into Maryland The history of the successful businoss When a young man ho movod with a men of this country is so pregnant brother from their nativo Pennsylvania with tributes to advertising that tho to Carroll County and soon after thoy first attempt to give a collection of made a small quantity of ice eream biographical sketches of those who had the first seen in this section and dis Â¬ won fame and fortune in tho ranks of tributed it among their acquaintances trade was made by a linn dovoted en- Â¬ As tho tasto for it spread tho brothers tirely to the profession of securing ad- Â¬ went extensively into tho business un Â¬ vertisements and having tho same pub- Â¬ til finally their names became house- Â¬ lished It is a singular fact that this hold words scries of biographies embrace the names The King of the Belgians has late- Â¬ of nearly all the prominent men who ly invested f00000 in the purchase have amassed wealth as merchants in Hungary and Austria of estates manufacturers or professionals and They aro nominally to become tho undoubted evidences aro presented property of his Majestys with each sketch that no small part of tho Crown Prince of Austria and their good fortune was owing to their Prince Philip of shrewdness in attracting public atten but it is generally believed that this tion to their business through tho me Â¬ step has been taken in view of possible dium of tho press Such striking in mishaps The late King invested stances of success as aro rehearsed in largely both in England and America the volume referred to coidd not do and his son has followed in his steps otherwise than carry conviction to all and has considerably increased tho minds ready to receive sensiblo impres- Â¬ stores accumulated by his provident sions and therefore wo aro afforded sire tho spectacle ot all classes eagerly That which many writers are will- Â¬ striving to gain tho greatest possible ing to believo is their strength is in publicity not always however at tho truth their weakness That writer of greatest possible cost Indeed the op- Â¬ English is always weak who seeks to posite is sometimes the case Tho express in far reached and newly fledged advertiser often devotes Latinisms thoughts that can bo his attention to circumventing tho equally well and therefore better ex Â¬ business office of a newspaper But pressed in tho simpler Saxon Theso tho regular legitimate and persistont are the writers who go fishing with tho advertiser learns and appreciates tho pin hook of intellectual childhood in value of such publicitj- - and willingly tho pool of the practically obsolete for pays the cost in established journals sonorous words when tho idea thoy of influence and character Boston wish to convey were much moro easily Budget understood if clothed in simple nhraso Detroit Free Press CHINESE BOOK KEEPING HUMOROUS What a St Louis Merchant Saw In a Most Reliable War or Achieving Sac cess In lluslnus sons-in-law Saxo-Coburg-Got- A HftWt That Can Nt or BrlUk ky Drinking Nsi n Sl CONVINCING TESTIMONY bat a Mark or Mental Weakness Effects of Alcohol Upon Human Health Of drunkonncss as a moral and phyÂ¬ Mortality Terrible Attributable to sical orimo nothing now can bo said Wtrong Drink of a py As to tho effect of alcohol upon hu Â¬ but somo of tho phonomona social nature have re-Â¬ man health and vigor so fearful Is tho cologlcal and from pro record and so repeated aud almost ceived but slight attention advocates of tomporanca universal is tho testimony that we fosslonal dolusion ohorished need not to repeat much of it Perhaps Ono of thoso is tho who is just ontoring by tho young man tho most convincing recent ovidenco is caroor thnt no ono that of tho returns of vital statistics of upon a downward nmong his rospootablo acquaintanooa ia tho Itogistrnr Gonoral for England and intoxicants Wafes for tho ton years from 1870 to awaro of his indulgonco in Rogardless of tho fact that he himself 1880 inclusive Theso nro contained in tho signs of such tho supplement of tho Forty fifth An Â¬ can instantly dotoot weakness in others and can not bo de- Â¬ nual Roport 1885 in which aro tabu Â¬ way fcollng sure lated tho faots as to two million six ceived ho goes ou his that ho effectually concoals all traces hundred and seventy nine thousand from thoso four hundred nud sixteen deaths Theso of his own intomporanco keep in igno- Â¬ whom ho would profor to aro tho results of unimpassionod fig-Â¬ oxpcrleneod ures gathered outsido of tho records of rance Tho aged und toper realizes that concoalmont of this Reform Societies is impossible and frankly ac-Â¬ Tho mortality ot mon who aro dlrcotly con- sort knowledges his condition while tho cerned In tho liquor trade ns breweries Innkeepers publicans Inn anil hotel sorvant and younger brothor flattors himsolf oven mulstors Is appalling Tho comparative mor- Â¬ in his sober moments that his socrot Is Â¬ Â¬ TEMPERANCE THtt MAN WHO DRINK MI rtr a standard Hrcwcrs 1861 all dealers lu spirits wines or beer 1E31 inn and hotel servants 2203 For malsters who nro only concerned with the materials and not with tho liquor lUoU tho tlguro is 630 tality llguros nro as follows 1000 bolng used as Â¬ The roport proceeds as follows Â¬ high-soundi- ng It is well whenever tho opportunity pre- Â¬ sents itself to test tho accuracy ot our doath rates by comparison with data derived from Independent sources und in tho cuso of tho innkeepers and publicans such comparison is possible Dy tho experience ot tho Scottish Ami cablo Llfo Assurance Socloty 1820 1870 tho mortality of males occupied In this businoss was 08 per cent in access of tho notuurles or healthy male table and 40 per cent lu ojcccss of tho English life table This rosult tallies very closely with llgurcs in our table whero It appears that tho mortality of tho Inn keepers and publicans is 62 per cent nbovo the present mortality of nil mules Thut this terrible mortality Is attrlbutablo to drink might bu safely ussumed a priori but tho figures render it incontestable Tho mortality attributed to alcoholism itself is far higher for Inn keepers and publicans than for any other Industry and moro than llvo times us high as tho uverugo that for brewers falls far short of this but uovertholess Is the next highest to that of lnu koopers with the single exception of cabmen Under tho heading Liver Diseases tho mortality of Inn kccpors Is no loss than six tlmos as high as tho average and moro than twice us high as thut of brewers und of butchers who como next lu order in this respect to inn keepers There are in short no organs apparently that aro not more or loss seriously damaged by the excessive uso of alcoholio drinks though the liver uppoars to suffer the most It may also bo worth noting thnt a comparison between Mr Nelsons llguros und our own comparative mortality llguros shows that a large proportion of tho inukecpers and puhllo ant and of the brewors must bo of temperate habits for whereas tho comparative mortullty llgure of Innkeepers In our table Is 1r2l und that of brewers is 1001 that for recognized Intemperate persons according to Mr Nelsons dnta would bo a2 10 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Their desire for profitable business often helps to restrain innkeepers from While the tables show drunkenness the greater evil of distilled liquors tho wino and beer death rate is enorm Â¬ ous Such ness is tho excess of death rate among those whose business interests help to restrain them from drunken Â¬ Coleatinr Counting Koom The Chinese book keeper is a curios- Â¬ ity as he nourishes on tho western coast aud around Portland Ore I was up around there recently and with the idea of bringing homo some visited several Chinese curiosities stores and shops Somo of tho biggest merchants m that country you know are Chinese 1 went into one small place where a lot of books were spread out on a long counter behind which was a Chinaman while behind a sort of a desk at tho other end was another Tho books wearer of tho pigtail looked to mo liko almanacs if tho Chinese havo such things and walk ing up to the counter I turned two or three of them over looking at them to satisfy myself as to what they wore though of course I couldnt havo told if I had looked a year The ink was still wet lis if a hen with iuked feet had been walking back and forth over them This gave me tho idea that I had strayed into a manufactory of Chinese almanacs and noticing tho behind tho yollow hued gentleman counter looking at me I carelessly in Â¬ Ho How muchco John quired looked at me still but without reply Â¬ How muchee John I repeat- Â¬ ing want to buyce This time JohnH ed features changed Ho actually smiled Mo no sello theso as ho icplied bookeo me keopco countce tellco how I had mucheo Molican man owce actually been trying to buy tho mans set of books I dont know whether ho was tho keeper of books for that en tiro business portion of the city but if ho wasnt ho had books onough to havo kept all of their accounts Their sysÂ¬ tem is certainly original and difleront from that with which tho English book Â¬ keeper has to wrestle Frank Nicliol ion in St Louis Ulobe Democrat Docs eti Â¬ An exchange says quette demand a vest on a hot day If it does it can havo ours Norris town Herald A sure rule on the gum matter is this If tho mouth is kept open or opens ever other chaw it is gum U kopt closed it is caramels Am appearing on tho piazza Ada havo you with some lemons Ada Only Gus got a squeezer Town Topics and I cant spare him Wife I found a ring on the street to day It is engraved F to M 1 wonder what that means Husband Fair to medi- Â¬ who is a speculator Chicago Mail um I suppose Sometimes the benefit to a girl health resulting from a months vacation in tho country has been wholly counteracted by one simplo experi Â¬ ment at milking a mild eyed cow A Cincinnati milkman who was arrested for reducing his milk one third is highly indignant He had been in tho habit of putting in half wa- Â¬ ter but troubled by conscience he had reduced the quantity of water as stated Detroit Free Press We Physician to anxious wife havo held a consultation madam about your husbands case ho is a very sick man and it might bo well to send for Anxious Wife a ministor I think Will ono bo enough doctor or would you adviso a consultation of ministersP Â¬ j farmors G31 and for agricultural la- Â¬ borers 701 In addtion tho statisticians say that the oxecssivo mortality in many other callings as that of cabmen etc is ono to bo accounted for by tho uso of alco- Â¬ holic liquids although this is notstated as tho cause Hero are somo of tho statistical comments Commercial travelers who lend mostly nn exlstonce havo a mortality of 018 Thnt n very considerable proportion of the mortality Is duo to this causo Is apparent when it Is noted that under tho heudlngs Alcoholism Liver Dlscuso Gout Suicide tho mortality llg urcs for this occupation como very high up on the list The doath rato of tailors 1031 and that of shoemakers 001 aro both high Whllo both trades aro sedentary and somewhat unhealthy much ot the excess arises Irom thoso diseases which point to ulcohol as a cuuso out-of-do- At tho same standard tho mortality figure for clorgymen shows tho con guage trast of 556 for gardoners COD for There Anothor peculiarity or porhaps it should bo called anothor phaso of tho first is tho drinkers failuro to compro hond that ho makes a nuisanco of him Â¬ solf whon ho inflicts his society upon In tho drunkard of docont people long standing a disrogard of tho feel- Â¬ ing and comfort of othors is tho natur-Â¬ al result of tho solfishnoss inevitably engendered by whisky but in th leas hardened and hopoloss sinner a certain prido and solf rospeot exists and lingers long and tho gontlomanly dis Â¬ position to bo agreeable manifests it Â¬ self in every particular but this Knowing how unfit for companionship aro other men who havo beon drinking they all drink moder moderately ntoly and having still tho instinct to please he nevertheless ontors public conveyances frequents public gather Â¬ ings and thrusts himsolf amongst his friends in soreno unconsciousness ap- Â¬ parently that his prosonco is an of- Â¬ fense It would bo interesting to know on what thooiy this dolusion is based Far better would it bo for himsolf and for thoso forced to associate with him if this self decoption wcro dostroyod early in his careor and that ho wero taught before tho knowlcdgo cumo too lato that whero whisky is usod ns a bovorngo tho fact can never bo hidden It requires no very keen perception to detect tho man who is addicted oven to an occasional glass as a necessary If there were no othor stimulant betrayal of tho indulgonco tho fumes of his breath is quite sufficient a very small portion of alcoholio liquor being enough to render the partakor obnox- Â¬ ious to thoso of fastidious taste As to his broath is the moderate drinker pestilence and he is liter- Â¬ like that of a ally a stench to tho nostrils This statement is ono that ho may not rel- Â¬ ish but facta are facts and it is some- Â¬ times well to put thorn in plain lan Â¬ safe l fl Â¬ Â¬ Lxfe Stranger So thnt is your chief cook ehP Strange Ho looks healthy Healthy He hasnt lost Hotel Man h day on account of sickness for yean My dear I wish Omaha Bride you would bring heme ono of thoso boxos of Fronch bon bons to night And after tea Husband fWhn it will bo real pleasant to go out nud Great Star got somo ico cream und Stripes Why were married Omaha World As tho prcsont Suavo Canvassor the time when all prudent house Â¬ h keepers furbish up their belonging aud I have here a carpet cleaner now Itomarkuhlo very remarkable Some people have an idea that cooks a re big eaters but thU Isnt so That Why mail eat deareely any thing ilr about one half tho time ho take Ahl nothing but oruokoid nud milk I mo He doojitt took tho aruukori liliiuclf 0u4u WorM and improved patent has back action Go long with Housewife cogs 1 have a ourpot ohmiier that you MJflipoi heatd any two of youiV Jan J oivseu UP ilbln mudanit Well I diinno JIuh out In the Imok yard now ami ho apt to get mad II VMUdtlphU Mninycid look it liliii These are but specimens of very many other employments in which tho statistical record points to nn excess of diseases in which in tho opinion of tho statisticians tho high proportion is mostly to be charged to tho habitual uso of alcohol and often by thoso who were not rogarded as intemperate In different persons difleront organs Beem to fool tho severity of the dis- Â¬ turbance but all nro moro or less weak- Â¬ ened Authorities may differ in their estimato of causes which havo pro-Â¬ duced embarassing and finally fatal ohanges in various secreting and ox oroting organs but wo boliovo no ono has yet been found to dispute tho un- Â¬ rivaled capacity of alcohol to produce irrltntlvo and dogonorativo changes in tho minuto capillary circulation on which tho Integrity and ability of tho vital organs depend This does not absolutely rotiro it from uso in tho hands of the skilled physician in emergencies of disease any moro than it does opium belladonna or corroMvo sublimate but it docs certify that Alcohol is tho most riskful of drinks in all that rotates to tho circulation of the blood lu thone organs whose vi- Â¬ tality and function depend on the pur feotuo of their capillary circulation It Is essentially a dltfliiiW of tho rhythm and the function of tho blood Independent flow fli aro other signs howovor equally impossible to disguise and tho chief among thorn is tho absolute ina- Â¬ bility of tho drinker to refrain from making a fool of himself Ho may nob be so far under tho influence of his favorito bovorago as to bo what is com monly called drunk but under very modorato degree of stimulation ho departs from tho usual tenor of his way to bo witty or wise nud calls at- Â¬ tention to himsolf by his dismal failuro to accomplish his aim In addition to tho knowledge that his prosonco among refined people Is not desirablo for tho reasons named tho young man who takes a drink when ho feels liko it should bo mado to understand that ho is regardod not with tho toleration and maudlin pity that onco followed such good fol-Â¬ lows but with a contempt thnt has few modifications Tho drinking of whisky has ceased to bo accepted as a sign of brilliancy but is hold rnthor to bo a mark of mental weakness tho r drunkard is no longer an erratic genÂ¬ ius but a disgusting croature ovon in tho oarly stages of his courso and tho moro distinctly ho realizes this truth tho bettor Indianapolis Journal TEMPERANCE ITEMS Tub now llconso law in Minnesota wiped out fivo hundrod saloong or about twenty per cent bills In Englnnd during tho Quoou jublloo colobratlon saying 4Komora bcr If you drink tho Queons health you dnmago your own Juuoes aro woary with calling atÂ¬ tention to drink us tho principal oauso of crime but I can not rofritln from saying that If thoy could make England sober thoy would nhut up nliio tonths of tho prisons Lord Chief Juttfa Coleridge of England At a recent mooting of the Middle Sm Tkmieiianoe pooplo olrculatcd hand Â¬ sex South Congregational Coufarenoa a resolution was adopted declaring it to bo the ijnty of every ohiiroh of Cbrhrt not only to liulst rigidly tipoM lU maotlee of toUl rUihu flunum ievwnth of tho gram br but alio to niRka About oiio produce of Great Ilrltnlii l approprU for Oim lupprMtloH f lttiNMttttt I atml In tho piuuufHottirtt of ttroHtf tkeeowwuHlty Hilar M ftrlHk ejjaj a4 V VJk r it aj iiSML JHBfBiiB3BBflHH B - v bum IB H W Wfc- wuhimw r 11 uiwwiiimujMiiiMMawwwwwwBMrtMMaiiiiiijiiiiiiiMiLiMiiiiiMMM himiimii iMM i i ummiiw wwiMMHwiiii mina iiiiimiiiiiiw ii iiiMiiiin R A ikvt IKK - TT1 WF K Mftdf iBffv fc 2 iy WA which he had picked up on tho farm of AijMkon Kosn who Uvea nbout mjvcii miles above UttKcl Green on Red River PUBLISHED BY SPENCER COOPER With ji pen taken awny Subscription r - Si a Year j two or itill knife wo Imvo Al1 tiiiii Jill iriin layors vinr Tinninp LI1U1I IIUU VIIIL ordinary eliuct of note paper and they TCnrrnn nre ns clenr iih tho finest crvfltnl glmw fiPPTfKR nomRii -- v v 4 va The piece we have has evidently been WWWWWWWMMMWWIWWrWWCI exposed to tho sun for a long time as it HAZEL GREEN KY is cracked have to September 9 1887 believe thisbut wecan beevery reason in Mica found in an exhaustible quantity in the locality in which this piece whh found who has No one has returned from a trip to Cincin- Â¬ ever dug for it the specimen before us nati says the coal road having been thrown up by the plow sev- Â¬ ago no was last Monday sold to P eral months great but there isof itdoubt of there being quantities in that for 20000 Mr neighborhood A few months since a Day talked with several gen-Â¬ gentleman living in tho same neighbortleman of Mt Sterling when hood told us it could be found in pieces en route home and says that a foot to eighteen inches square all about all of them concur in the opin- Â¬ there We do not know the value of ion that Mr will this mineral but presume that when found once change the track to a in sullieient size for the purposes of com- Â¬ merce command good prices We standard gauge and extend should it willfor some one to come into like the road to Hazel Green Tn this section who knows all about it and this opinion the wish is doubt- Â¬ see what a vast amount of it there is less father to the thought but here It might pay one to investigate nevertheless there arc many the matter Our specimen is only about reasons to believe the exten Â¬ three by live inches Il AH MN KA i 1 rit WVr Lmk TT k3m3ElSR27W vUfBai 1 t rCW7 WfeffiS WMmMGfa dflyKG3Iv t jarKBHifv i J i TF imta irir ifflljRS WLim -- PrST oSSSwlfiw im T ii ikiifim I BJk u ll kiimit C - ifa f M T i Hk mfTTk Manufaetitrers of TVst Knaflisli Steel Circular and Long Id S al walv W I I I r A Ifilf 3 17 1 Tl fcW is lUT wiinraiMiwiin wijiiiwiiijMiiiinninii injw j i it 5ft ALSO IIUAIKKS IN Friday Files Bummers Swages Emery Wheels Leather and Gum Belling Â¬ Floyd Day just Our rirriilnr Sfiws Mttind at tin- - liail f tlu itmrlcit 011 tliflrniii lts tn workinaiitOiip toiifchiuss iiimI clastltlly of tiiiicrinl iiiality r xtuul Alsu a full oar own iwiiortatiifa lliii of IivmcIi Ituail Sinis in sto I Work fully warranted ami at Itoek Jiottoin lrii es onlcrs sent to J T timl will liAvc our best attention LARGE CIRCULAR SAWS A SPECIALTY Send lor Trlcf Iisi with Uesi Dicouuts miwo that I Iuntingtox 0 paA 7 Vine and 861 Water F Day JIuzcl Orecn Kv for new work or for repair Streets beCINCINNATI will promptly w O V forwarded to u invlly tmntP9vmMmm Â¬ at Huntington sion will be made if Alt Ster ling will da her part in donat v io depot grounds Uthorwise he may tear up the road and tap the C 0 at Salt Lick n r m miles from its present termi nus and thence build on to this place cheaper than by any oth er survey but if he does so Mt Sterling will have made him liberal propositions for Mho reason that he can make an equally good connection at Salt Lick and save several miles in distance However we expect soon lo hear something definite in regard to the matter and we hope that Mt Sterling may not be shut out In the meantime let us pray that Hacl Green may be em braced in the extension and Â¬ Â¬ for a connection as there can be but little doubt of his com ing in this direction for a feed er to the Newport News and Mississippi Val ley system It therefore behooves the people of Mt Sterling to make liberal offers Tim IIkhald has always said that Mr Hunting TOiY is too far seeing to allow any other road to get into the richest of our resources ahead of him and we believe the sequel will show our estimate of him to have been correct He could now with the coaProad in possession drop back i few Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Sam Hill the newly appointed Adju tant General for Kentucky was a Feder- Â¬ al soldier during the civil war as was also Mat Adams the newly appointed Secretary of State These two appoint Â¬ ments were indeed good ones and knock the stuffing out of tho theory that all ap pointees would be ex Confederates but Goernor BrcKxnn should by all means election 0 C Hanks donate a portion of the chicken pie to We have several times published WAMiAoi GnuiiJiand Rnucu Champ reports of the productiveness of Lacy A slice tho size of Â¬ Railroad Commis Creek but now comes one that is hard sioner for each of them would be about to excel On Monday last there was the proper thing and be very worthily born to the wife of JJob Hose a twelve bestowed Give the newspaper men of pound girl baby and twelve pounds is tho spoils for they do more unrewarded hard to beat labor than all the others put together Â¬ Â¬ 1 Mr Hanks Accepts Camiton September 0 Enrron IIkram 1lease permit mc through the columns of your valuable paper to say to the citizens and Demo Â¬ crats of our county that I deeply appre- Â¬ ciate their evidence of trust in me mani Â¬ fested in the ultimate outcome of the resent primary mass expression of the Democracy in making nseleetiou of their candidate for Slicrill of Wolfe county More highly is the compliment regarded by me when I know that my competitors were worthy gentlemen true Democrats and backed by friends and families repre sentingacitizenship worthy ofanylocali ty J lavint been notified by the chair- Â¬ man of our Democratic CountyConiiuittee of my nomination as stated accept tho same and if elected my utmost endeavois will be put forth to discharge every duty of the office honestly and without partiality Thanking my friends for their warm support and without a heartburning against anyone I ask the support of all Democrats and as many others as see proper at our next August FRESHAND- - GLEAM New jloods and mv stock of General Icrchandise is now complete consisting of Dry Goods No Â¬ tions Ladies and Gents Hoots and Shoes Hats and Gaps Queens ware Hardware Groceries Drugs Saddlery and a variety of articles too numerous and too tedious to mention I am now receiin I propose to sell them Cheaper for Spot Csli than ever before known in this market EtfTjill on me and you can Save Big Money Ill divide profits with you QB B SWANCO lltiv It 14 nlimist lliilvrhfill v Hfbtiiitvli1trtii llirmi vliniit niiiny nil innn 01 mo worm iu uu iiiu ereigii rrmrrly Worm Confections miirto moro for tho puriioiH of pleaxinK tho palate iinfi of iiviifiiiiiiiiLr liiit uisciiKe nnvf neen iiuinuiaciurea an ovor inn country inu ineir Miort ican 01 iiio is nearly uxuauieu nun A rahncstoclcs Vermifuge continues to grow in favor dally CAiJrfmi of ton look pule una tlrkly from no other cauiu tlinn trarmi and aimima tiro most fnqucntly tho result or iqcmj nmuen suppers and niiiien Wlitn i inoy nru irrnaniunnii ievcri111 nomeiuneti oravinn loon nnd entinR ravenously aifaln ref unliiK tosslnp rcBtlos3ly in sleep montilntr and grinding the teeth tli en bo assured thuso symptoms nre indications of thl BFAE 111 PriPIlt RESTOCKS ESTABLISHED 1887 It Is now ncnrl yoars ulnco this medicine wu oirerrd m y remedy for Worm and from that time it reputation has sUadlly increased until Ht wnoa-foui-uie- Â¬ Fifty miles of the L C V railroad between Winchester and Rcattyville is to be constructed at once and IGOOhands will commence work on the 15th of the present month This looks like business and we hope by next week to have some Â¬ thing definite in regard to tho coal road extension HAZEL GREEN i 4 4 t I X irunni n Many lielnlfRs child has been aid in tho Rinve when tho disc Kit vthlch caused itx dpath hrn been i n tlrxly mlsundenitooiland when worms linvn really been tho cause It has boon proved beyond cavil tlmt worms oiluln tnu Human system from earliest Infancytfiprcforo with their children cannot be too observing of thoyirsf wmnfoms of teormt for no Hurtly as thfly oxlut uiuy ran iftfeli nnd prrdi removed from tho iot tlelicnt infant by tho timely uso of It A ifuhnestockn ernilfuvjf lhyHliinnH do not hetitato tn recommend it and iie it In their practice nnd many of tho most cmlnei of tho lrofHiiin f rom all nartH of tho country testify to its unlfonn hhcitsm In fact it rmvnr fnlln It hai fn qnititl v lxn Rl viu to children as a safo purjratlve not hhi pectins tho caunii of tho illnCi and ctnntitle ff nninm ero dlKliarRed and Iminediato relief airordrd Ireat caution must boused by every ptirvhnMr tw b hNowii JudHinonosenso and to cinmltm every bottlohobuysof it Tho simple namo of FaIinkstock v not tiiMloiiMit IIo must look closely and carefully to eoo that tho Initials are B A Failsesiock nndbosutlu- tied with nothinir ole NKW rRANKItK HOWARD Co MO Cakmudoe Md Messrs J R Schwart A Co mttburg IK D Fahnostocli Vernil ItaTlng nsf lrnllrmcnl Imvo used nome of that most excellent fugo in my d tho original manyA years I havo no hesipractlco for remedy It A Fahneatocks Vcrmlf ugo and found it to have tim desitvd rtfect 1 think your verralfugo can tancy tn recommending It as a remedy which is tufr not safely bortlsenscd with In any family rtllablt and rjflcicnt in all cases whero a Vermifuge la needed j v iiuuuAitu ai u louroflic thus ii uamjysi ii CO SCHWARTZ Pittsburg Pa Sole Proprietors VER PflflFUG BAFooStookco lro Â¬ dE Fall Term Begun MONDAY AUGUST 15th 1887 avcII It is announced from Philadelphia that Kx Govcrnor lattison was to be appoint- Â¬ ed Secretary of the Interior and that Secretary Lamar will be appointed to the vacant place on tho Supreme Court Hcueh bquXow clean lare ventilnted ImiUliiiffs furnish cd with new improved school urn it u re Full Gorps STATE NEWS lloriiuj lins reached a depth of noinothinp over thirteen hundred feet and does not stop for nijjht or dry weather the onlv two thine in this locality to bather anybody Neither wnter nor Rns hns been found but n little thiig like that does not discourage the company in the leiit and borine will not stop this side of the Indians happy hunting grounds The workmen have a Mimll stock of patience left from the large supply with which they began They have not yet knocked anybody down for asking silly question but will begin to inorrow nt 10 oclockwith a base ball bat Kichmond Â¬ Gonptent Teachers 3oard and In Â¬ tTuition Â¬ r that right soon w In out article about JoxiCHof Mich igan last week wo buildcd better than He did not go into tho we thought Calaboose country to hunt the precious metals as we predicted but instead hns been prospecting in the Reaver hills of Mcncfee He sent us word on Saturday List that ho had found it and the mes Â¬ senger who saw the ore Jones had suc ceeded in locating is of opinion that it U gold or platinum Whatever it may be Jonks lias leased nil tho laud he vXuld and this week left for his home in Michigan to orgwie a company to work Our infor tho mines ho has discovered pays If what Joxnshas found is inant not a piirc article of gold then I am bad ly deceived although tliero wero other ersorm Itcgister Jacob White a nromineut lawver nml editor of the Democrat at Clinton Ivy su iseided at Watkins Hotel at that place lust Wednesday lie took a heavy dose of mor phine and died at two oclock He lost his wife a year ago since which time he hud been drinking heavily and had been on ti protracted spree before taking the fatal dose lie whs one of the wenlthiest citizens of that place and prominent in law and politics Hen F Ncul murdered hiti wife in Ohm county this State on August SUth crushing her skull with a hund uxc because she had told linn she intended that day to visit her Â¬ cidental Expenses Reasona able For further information call on or address Hazal Green Academy Go Hazel Green Wolfe counto Ky crcat man but wliv atllict tlie doff it lie dont iiccu it Yet many persons read an almanac where various dis eases are described and symptoms iven that will almo t convince a WKLL man that lie is AWFULLY out of whack and they are ready to buy Something to rake A diseased liver is the scat ot regardWss of real EEl ivltiiii of the diseases of the flesh That tired nervous rest- Â¬ less feeling that goes to bed with you and gtrjs up as prompt ly as the rooster crowing and sticks closer than a brother tells you that you iXEED something to overcome it A nasty aloe coated pill makes you icag to THINK of it You cant bear the THOUGHT of it f Now listen We havent any great discovery by Indians but we have a SMALL sugar coated Pellet that the most delicate may take a combination of VEGETABLE remedies the work of one of the best educated Physicians in this country a formula that we will give any Physician desiring it If vou NEED a LIYEli Pill try these P CALVERT CO Said a Â¬ Â¬ 4rSold by all Merchants - ful3 CINCINNATI Qrr Proprietors THE HERALD TRIMBLE BROTHERS cial intercourse The murderer tied and at Inst accounts its at large If caught he will doubtless dangle at the end of a rope fathers family with whom Ncal had no so Â¬ JOB Wholesale Grocers PRINTING -- Â¬ ft tK r if r- - hi who saw tho specimens that contend it is platinum Whatever it is U takes lesa of it to weigh a right smart than any motnl I ever saw That this find will prove valuable if it be either of tho motals referred to goes without dcui- i t tn 1 it ai ami it win uo mo mor fo wnen wo state that tho locatiou isimmediately on rory near tho Ijno of tho coal road Apd furthermore is it nob fxtenatun Tory strango that our own people stand iround llkoBtoughtCB bottles while stran Â¬ ger corop in and reap tho rewards that should como tons It is butter Miuh howevor tbuH not at all for our people tl www slight iHMiefitn Rut if wo 9 woro to display a little more onorgy tho ont Hre wonld coma to iw Let ua I up and doing ml let every man in tho hwhhUIh iMcertaln iunerly j pm ibld wkMt hk Uh4 cqhWIm A litti Um in Oil rpmt tmw will aftocHwhll 1 1 gt Jky luiiiiil -- Pr J mmmmmmmmmmmmm M Kami tkti bm a tWri t Ht 4 put Uh MH adjusted by indignant citizens i The ltichwoc d DitilUng Company of Kentucky have just been caught in a fraud whereby they chiseled the government out of tho taxes on 8200 gallous of whisky BANK CHECKS The other day acting under orders from the BILL HEADS treasury department fi000 barrels of whisky OAHDS belouefutr to the comtmnv was seizud to be CATALOGUES sold to make good the deficit DRAFTS Marshal Oros hns succeeded in effecting DODGERS a compromise betwncn the people of Tuvlor ENVELOPES county and the bondholders His disinterEMBLEMS is rendered the more estedness in the matter LETTEU HEADS conspieious in that by advising and urging the compromise he sacrificed he fat fees LICENSES resultant from the selling out the county MONOGRAMS Grayson uuettc MERIT CARDS Richmond last week had a forty thousand NOTE HEADS dollar Arc 1iggs livery stable the New NOTICES Gentrys store Opera House Shackelford ORDER BOOKS Covington Arnold Urns store were among OPTIONS tho burned buildings Kight horses uud sev PAMPHLETS eral buggies were burned In tho stable PROGRAMMES 11 Couiur wlxiwag tried in this court W RECEIPTS lRt March and sentenced to six monthit im RECIPES prisonment ami t000 fine for cruelty to convicts and grunted an appeal racuivrd a STATEMENTS from loveriior KiVlU Georgetown SALE JULIA latcrprise TAX LISTS ten Tavlor a wlvite mnu war stabbed TAGS C o and killed with n tobacco knilo by Ike Par u negro ut Ingview In Ckrlntlan comi lh rAnr And cvcrytliloj that can b exc ty on last Thursday Th murderer escap cuted with new type timJ dun prewten and ed flue paper in tho hand f skilled mechan There will bo a reunion of tlw Louisville ics may be- had at tlil oOlcu ut lew than Legion or m lint i left of It at Camp Joe city price a It will pay au iiiuh in ICwlern Holt ou tlit 17th liut Kentucky to get hi prilling RtTltK IlKH All tin prisoners cnnlliieilt fn thojwl nt Alt oHlcti Keinl for entfumUn nd tatu Kmiiienco cocHpcd fiom hut niatltiUinkut viactly iiwt you want Xnlurday Uatll Hither notice hb will print iM t wtHrMud KnviluMnutt 240 0 H INjrry th nfotflKriinhcrjwlll until tfrwyftttijre an nrulpt cf MM wlrNGKK COOHKK mw tlrtu nxt wik All ytlm Atl4ttHl llnwl Ornw Kyy imvwk item will wll w Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - - ESTABLISHMENT MT STERLING KY Respectfully Invite the Mountain Merchants to Examine their Stock and Prices before purchasing J T HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY F DAY Lowest Prices School Wholesale and Retail Largest Stock and mimtii 9nil7 zSJSmSP intradaonnotei account Heavy invoices arriving daily and stacks of goods to meet every depaitmonn Ft 5 Nth4 JTFD4X or t tJ m4i j M MKSmwKSSt9mS9rmBFlwJywM Vf9 BFy vs tnT Hi r -- A T T XjXjAJ wl1Tlv c 0i KzC lase ual1 uJno iing 10 wipe camo up the cart 11 M UP lflBt i TO CO RESPONDENTS Muko the rotlohiK Liberal Oftor Jtccogniziiig the fact that n good cor respondent at every available point is n desirable auxiliary to any country pa Â¬ per and realizing that good ones will be especially advantageous to Tin Uukaid and that said correspondents should have some remuneration as a reward for their labor in making their letters interesting we ninko this proposition 1 To tho correspondent sending us tho best average letter each week for one year we will give TEN DOLLAltS IN GOLD 2 To the correspondent sending us the second best average letter each week for one year wo will give FIVE DOL- Wo 1 nsn mrurr Irrulution In tlio moiintntiiMoj Kentucky than any paper in Male anil nuTcliRiiit and other uinlihiKthe o ur the tralc of K nt rn Kcitu kv ill mii it Tjir mvr advkiitisino mkWm UiMiTii iJK i Tk I iiMh Miluiticnt insertion niiwieiit advertisements - oonl an lirt insertion w 1Tnt unimh fur Advertising Rntos l men j jiivlius NrXIISJ I t 1 iurS yunr - AllVKIlTlRKMBNTh iou JIIMI i in 1 fi 5 mulicx SjueinI rates on hinrormlveftNeinents local notiee- 3c a line with 5 per cent ofl year 1200 indies inches 1 1 1 r it- - no vear 17V0 Vear MM Mirrtuxc and death notices free tri jintcs of reioet and ohitaaries i cents a ig line l Statu or District oilier 10 County olliccs Ni calls on jieisons to heeome candidates -and tJKir answoi6 eiits a line Tavable liivamhly in advance Xfciw No name will be entered upon the SnhseripUon Hook until paid for and all subscriptions are stopped at expira tion ot time paid for notice of which will be indicated by a cro mnrk on the inarjin in front of your name A prompt renewal only will insure its continuance SPENVEU COOPER 5 P Announcements of candidates for Â¬ X 6AJUHS0N HE SELLS CHEAP QUEENS WAKE CUTLERY STICKLING 31AKDWAUE rs STOVES TINWAKE M VMINIC IiKlly TiMiin MT KY GBRREffTTOWl AHDCOUNTY HEWS time and our bova wens confident ihnv could do so from the fact that tho Ezels had been practicing since last fall and beside are all powerful and litho young men physical athletes Hazel Greens therefore went to bat with fear and trembling a feeling akin to tho buck ayue nor wb this feeling improved in the lirst few innings On tho contrary several or our hoys remarked Theyll down us However thoy made up their minds to give the visiting nine a warm reception and if defeated to demonstrate that it was not for want of iiitcret As the sequel will show this determination was what saved them for after a long and hotly contested game tho home nine were declared the winners There was some good playing on both sides and to mention the especial play of any man on either side would be doing an injus tice to others as all did well under the circumstances Our boys are very much elated at their success and think they will again be able to defeat the Ezels on the return game which will be played about the middle of October at Ezel but they should not be too sanguine Everything passed ofl quietly though the visitors may have felt a little sore at their defeat by a nine which has only been practicing about three months If mi they accepted the situation and were otherwise apparently well pleased with their visit We hope iney win piny many games together and that each fiine may develop some 3000 players Tin jjiuam will before long put up a prize to be contended for due notice of which will bo given in these columns Below is the score of the game and the playeis names Â¬ good-hu-moredly OllUt Smith P Kerr ManttfttcHirtrfef Bst Cractos of Full r IHfflHrrrBIHIWd T mm AND DKAMSK 1N Grain Feed WINCHESTER c KY warrant To tho correspondent sending us the third best average letter each week for one year we will give DOLLARS IN GOLD I To all correspondents who furnish us with an interesting and acceptable letter each week and who are not fortu Â¬ nate enough to win one of tho abovo prizes we will give u VALUABLE or a HANDSOME picscnt us the caso may 8 TWO-AND-A-HA- ijixQ liM UU1U Guarantee Satisfac- Â¬ tion in Grade and Priced at all times LF O T P AV I 1 W ply ot tlio MAiisniJA Holler Kniiev SllVKlt LVkU Hollor FnmiUt GLOllK SuncrfiltO tlirv will luoto prices nnd deliver t Hnzil Grcon or Itotmvell Station F H A J HAKI UlthhN KY arc Solo Agents for Eastern Kentucky XJIV V for KKltllS llOLLKll klllJi FLOUR and carry a largo sup- loiiowing DruiHis iTnrKCTiON wncat Jtxiruoi v iutk niAia rmvui unu Wlliclu i r t UDOn uG Qni EIGHTEEN tate College of Kentncty Ailoiiltuuil Military Tactics nuil 1 TROFESSOKS AND INSTRUCTORS HAZii- OKliKNS Last Monday vts regular county court John Davis eapt day at Jiimiton W T Swango Imiik Tvler Hon W OMizcund Postmaster Evans Kiillin Ivash attended Quarterly Court at Catnpton Lluuley hwango limmie Swango on Tuesday - T E JohiiMincnpt M l-- ikis BTT r v umpired by Win for sometime looking after his lumber ter with Judge Swango as assistant Pra interest here left for Lexington on ron dav last Rev W W Mnnker of Mnylown preached at the Methodist church in this place last Sunday and gave the people a senium full of food for thought Last Monday morning a gentleman walked into our sanctum and inquired if we had the Owincsvillc Outlook on our exchange list We replied in the affirmative and pioducing the last issue hand Â¬ ed it to him After perusingit we asked him where he was from c and if he was Iookinjr out for land with a view to buying He said no but that ho had come into this section for his health and through curiosity Among other things he was anxious to see Bit John Wilson Ixigston He said he saw him and did not think he had ever met a more perfect picture of physical manhood He went on to say that he met a littloMiss Ivash who was one of the most charming interesting and intelligent creatures he ever saw Further inquiry develop ed the fact that it was Miss Lula daughter of Hon J M Kash of our town and as she is a general favorite we did not wonder at his ecstacv Refore going he told his name wasBF Piersall and his postoflice Youngs Spring Bath Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ira Clark See our liberal proposition to all who J II Evans will take Tin IIekam and the New Kllaworth Laeev Hillings York World KKLS IIVZii tKKBXS Albert Fitts who lias been with us The ame was Charley Gibson Willie iviish Smith Nickel Steve Jieratt Samuel Heiislev Hubert Field Klein j Dennis liurtou 12 3 8 a i 15 J 0 9 2 0 7 8 9 2 o r 4 i 9 3 2 2 0 33 Fred Day is building an addition to residence in this place which will irreatly improve iUs appearance and add ivnitenally to its comfort and couveni hi once who left Campton on Sunday last tells us the brick work on the court house under the supervision of dim Hall the boss bricklayer of Eastern Kentucky is going up rapidly iSmalley Mr LJK t i fl fcr vv v A 4 Lrr a tf I 5 fe - mur b I 1 Kev E V Miekel who has been visit Â¬ ing the Presbyterian churches of this section preached at this place Friday Saturday and Sunday nights to good au- Â¬ He is quite a favorite with the diences whole people of this section and always hits good congregations made up of chris He left for county Kentucky tians of all denominations his home at Grayson Carter county on Some people want the earth It is not Monday ours or we would divide with them Tlio photographic artist Mr Perry The next best thing however is the We will give them the New now located here nnd for a short time World onlv is one of the best we ever saw lie York World the Uazku Giikcn HmiAiu took Tun llEltAU mans photo last week and choice of the History of the Uni Â¬ and all who have seen it pronounce it ted States History of England or Every- Â¬ the finest picture they ever looked upon bodys Guide These books arc elegantly Of course the nnbicct is a good ono but bound about 400 to 600 pages each and Mr Perry can make a life like picture of retail for 200 a piece With the two all who sit for one and to those who papers we will give either one of them would secure the shadow ere the sub- at the ft- low price -of only two dollars I CI stance fades1 we say go and have him rsuoscriue- nowi iou win never again take your picture lie can not be beat Â¬ have nn opportunity of getting so much information for so small a sum of money en Cdl at this office aud look at the books Mrs John Ward of the Cox Mill You can not afford to miss this opportuneighborhood brought us a mess of sweet nity potatoes last Monday which excel any Â¬ thing of the kind we have seen this Uncle Bill Laweon the well known vear She did not know the variety blacksmith near Majtown on Monday hut thought thev were of the Southern last sold AV T Caskcv of this place a Qucon family They were nearly round load of the fineat bituminous coal we in shape and of fine flavor Mrs Ward have ever looked upon It has all the is an excellent lady and belongs to a colors of the celebrated Peacock coal family we have always held in high cs and a block of iLexpowd to thesunlight teemhcr father Uncle Hilly Cox 83 ahows all tho colon to be seen in and her uncle Dr Hen Cox of Mount most beautiful rainbow The vein the in Sterling being among those we think tins bank will average close to four feet especially well of Her liege lord John and is all clean nic coal Mr Lawson Ward is a good friend also hut anyono says he has in fort years used several acquainted with him will not accuse him kinds of coal in his trade but that he He would rather never used anything of raising- - potatoes coital to this coal prospect for silver and gold and is of opinion that it will coke equal to any coin usea lor time purpose John Pieratt says that while in Louis ville ho aud Geo Rice visited a fencing Disease lies in ambush for the weak a school Kico looked at the fencing mas feeble constitution is ill adapted to en- Â¬ tor maneuvers for a while and then ask Â¬ counter a malarious atmosphere and suded him if they could engage in a fencing den changes of temperature and the bout the f in replied that they could least robust are usually thecaHiest victims Itice seized one of the foils and in i lit- Â¬ Dr J II Melcans Strengthening Cor tle while demonstrated that he had not for dial and blood Purifier will give tone gotten the lessons taught him m early and vitilaty and strength to your entile childhood in his native France nnd that bony 1UU per Dottle Sold by G IJ through thopracticohogaincd in tho Fran Swango Ilnzel Green co Prussian war he was an expert He Dr F M Thomas of tho Ezel Mill Co parried ovory blow of the fencing mas- Â¬ his adversarys reports that tho first new corn was brought ter and it ono time Jiit foil high in air spinning like a top as it to bis mill on September 1st nnd that ho three turns of it which made went The f m offered him n hundred teach tho fencing Iret cloitt meal dollars u month to school but Wee said ho preferred to come Tho Gibbs trad of land which was hoino and livo with Gcorgy and build sold at commlssiouorsMlo lost Saturday picket fence brought 020 A P Lacy Esqr bought It for J T Day of this place Imperfect digestion and aftimiA4lon jTodnco tllrtonlored comlitionsof thoya Floyd Day luu returned from Clncln torn which grow and aro confirmwl iy nati and while tUaro purchased a largo nedoot Dr J II MoIiui rjtrontliwi stock of fall and wltUar goods which arc irilil nnd Jilood Purifier by its now Mrriviug curox IndituiK and touio nropcrtic 100 per II 0 lierndon Maakr CommMouer glviH tout to tlio Mtomncli Hold by IJ K Bwiiuo itHWi is at Campion this wcckiou orHcUl Imil WW Â¬ - These pri7cs and presents will be awarded by a committee of constant and intelligent readers and in no instance will a correspondents name bo made known to bias the judgment of the com Â¬ mittee the letters themselves must be the criterions of the committee In addition to tho abovo wo will send each accepted correspondent Tin Uvai am free and give him or her 15 per cent on all cash subscriptions sent us commission to be deducted and balance sent us with names The more interest Â¬ ing the letter the more subscribers will one obtain Only one conespondent in a neighborhood can compete and wo give the following synopsis to govern all reserving the right to reject anything we may think calculated to offend wi want tiii xinvs Nothing deiogatory to private character will be tolerated Strangers visiting in a neighbothood will be desirable news but neighborhood visits and neighborhood scandals niiibt be exclud edwe desire to build up not tear down the soeial moral and religious status of our people We would rather that all scandals be smothered where the spark starts Sales of Iniul mineral rights the devel oping of coal veins the mile of timber the mil king of roads notices of extra large crop yieds marriages biithaud notices of religious meetings held or to be held with out relleetion on other denominations of political meetings without insult to tho op posing party of the meetings of societies without pnifrrammes ot all new mteinrises ol thu location of btiantrrs in a locality stock sales prices c urrcbt of urimiiialH trial aud rcmilt miiaculous events and mon strosities murders find foibid nnd paities thereto wind storm- - facets of Ac ed ucational advancement the establishing of v churches notioesuf funeral but no obituaries unless accompanied bv the rash Koch item must be paragraphed and as brief as possible to cover the facts IJach aspirant must provide his own postage and stationery N Ji In proportion as the correspon dence increases an iuiurest in the paper I will increase the value of am prizes and I hope to double the gold pries beiore they are awarded Aside from pri7es and com missioiiM above stipulated I will give the correspondent sending the largest list of cash subscribers above twenty l lVK Doi LAKH llcra is u chance for snme one to make big money and for several to get good Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CuumuH of Study loinniorclal nl COUNTY AVPOHJTBES ItKCBLVKD PJIEE OF TUITION Fall term begins Sept 1 18S7 For Catalogue and other intorinatlon aUurcsu U lATTJUSON Ill II Lexington Kentucky je292m Ilechuulcnl Sclitntillu KiiglnncrlnK CinHilonl NoJinul School lAIlj le ps nm FOR SALE duties Ah mv whole time is LOUIS STIX NVIIOU2SALE m fe DFVIJiltS IN my larin occupied with other oiler for sale at private contract J aw MIS AND m iM Containing 145 Acres Â¬ Â¬ or if desired will add Go acres more to it Said farm in situated in Clark couutv Ky Vi miles east of Winchester on the C it 0 Railroad There is a ling station at the lot THIRD RiiOB k UNION STBEETS gate 100 yards from thu boutc and a side track about M0 yards below the lot gate There is a comfortable ducllinir limine irood tobacco barn slock barn and other build aOly ings upon the place Two good ponds aud several springs lurnisli water Mr all pirr P PANT poses About L acres is virgin soil and JAMES WITH Tirn except 20 a ores none of the place has been cultivated for 20 vcam It i one of the IlFiST UUASH FAltMrf IN CLAKK and there is enough timber on it to fence it for or 20curs I will sell it at a bargain Any one uishinu to purchase a good and cheap home in Clark uill do well to cull and cv amine this faun before purchasing elsewhere For further particulars uddicss ihaikks in 11 FOX Winchester Kv or SPKXCKJi COOPElt llnel Green Ky jeb3in NOTIONS Cincinnati Â¬ Old Reliable Hat Houses Â¬ w s racKmsoN Gloves co Umukellas Etcv Corner Pearl nnd Yinq Â¬ lanra Mill u CIStC1jStNATI0 Will always be found reudy to attend to tHe wants of the patron of thtj house Timnk In lor pint patronage you are invited to call and see us whan in tlio citv And Uncle Inn 1iiiit proinlHOSto put on hi beat good i lookH whim wulting uponyoti afl 0m JIAYTOWN KKNTUCKY WOOL CARDING Grinding and Sawing Done promptly and in workinanlikc iiiiiii iter 6 II Dean Kite Pollard money ami prizes AUdress Ibijortcrand Wholesale Dealers iu SlKNCKP COOPKU Owner aud Kditor Pioratt Houso Registers Rev K V Mickell Grayson Toil u Itose Jiey Creek Kobert Rose Lacy Creek w w miuuia bt louis m lssouri A C NIckell Ifccl s r hkhuKv R P Fields St JoulMissouri J F Uurton Ezel C V Gibson F G Burton A G John Gardner Salyersville 8 K Townsou Chillicothe Ohio Flour Meal Gfcueensware Feed and Lumoer Glassware see us fj3Vuv sale cheap for cuih W W jc22lin Conic and MANICER Manager Lamps Â¬ X- J Â¬ J W J Inerain Wilson Nickel T E Johnson Grav Marker K R Win it A Wilson Gillmora Prater Ezel t All persons wanting hlackaniitliiug of any or all Kinds wngont made or repaired bug glen spring wugoHrt jdows Mocked cutting colterh turning plow repaired plow made and laid hoes tnuttocks aud borne wliod in the best stvle call on DAVIS Hazel Oreen Ky TVIiER NOTICE Decorated DinnerTeav andChamlbew Ware uG 0m cs Northwest corner Pearl aheb Walnut Streets CINCINNATI HANKS CO it ii Lee J JEIISmalley Campton W Manlier Maytown 11 WJ Iratcr Ezel Prater Curdwell Jackson Raymond Macon countv W Va Richoma Elbert Northcutt Mariba Geo Rice iiytown st np271y Cummins AUTISTIC 4 Son i RICHARD MAKERS mi mm CUMMINS SOX WHOLESALE HAZEL GREEN KY Day Houso Rogistors It W Hinith Cincinnati Ohio J A Nickell Mt Sterling Thos N Nickell Side View Charley Cardweli Jackson W J Scity Ironton Ohio W H Goud Ezel W T Iniram G W Goad Kellcy Fulks Campton J M Murphv Grassy Creek Wylev PerkfiiK Lacy Creek T J hewell Jirenthitt county Arc prepared to nniltt to onfer in a tunierior stvle and on uliort notice Ladictt and UciiIk Fine HIioiii and BootH in latcHt MtyleM and RcpniringcvriU receive of bcit material prompt attention nnd prices on all work be reasonable Call and see us GHOCERS P No 29 Vine Stre6tv CINCINNATI a61t Â¬ F G Ringgold jounmiH JR 05 TUGGLE WITH or Co Abe Bloch Nitons Youths Co it 4 The house and garden recently vacated bv Dr Tail bee in for rent to a tenant who cau pay monthly iu advance and give approved security for good enre of premises Apply to Coornit A IIirxjxn Ileal Est a to AgenlH Tho JJeattyvllle Eotcrprlso ndvlsen tho pcoplonot toaoll their mineral rlghUi but thoy will not likely heed tho ml vice an they hoc u chance of getting in wmo ready money without a thought of tho Fon Kknt Boots and Shoes and 17 Jliinufacturcm and Wholesale Dcalem in WEST PEARL STREET CINCINNATI OHIO BANK Childrens Boys snrfi TRADERS DEPOSIT MT STERLING KY GUtTHINI 182Vino atrcot r aa J m niGSTAFIVPrefildent horcaftfj WW THOMSON Cwdtier ANDKKvr ByjwiK uOly 1 1 11 1 Cincinnati O inuro munnv At eight in Htteudniico and If advertised CrtOKX at lAxInxton and Mt HturlliiK would Jami liavo 138 in our opinion DK R H DllAKK Tlie public whool oieBel Jiere on Mnn day lHt TMire urn tWcty tww in utteadiiHtw Haxel Oreen Academy now lion thirty nntncroitH V VHHilnif fcUIH hII work thwWf RSiTr ranuiL MUfSt J T H HUH A Nil wrsiir iotkv rmnmtip whw ffm W4 uHiHi rm pr NMiKMHrt Hif nm m Ay UftWH QIJ 1AlKIU FOft HAIK M tbh fttVHW wijmhi u ya MWWtM HH CwK Pwi m j BBFSK umk 1HI M ttl MiTil dl WttlHIDiUKj Miiiflnii mmmmamfm t m iijki- m - V x i f rl Sho gripped how dreadful extravagant to spend so arm around her waist tho arm with hor hard hand and with much monoy on somothlng 1 didnt a dry choked sob sank into tho rocking- need 1 was so worried that I about 8PSNCKR COOlEIt Publisher -chair concluded that Id go back tho next I lovo dolls I said and what a day and sco if tho man wouldnt tuko KENTUCKY A AZEL GREEN lovely ono this is her back MMMwonan Do you But when I was homo and un- Â¬ said Miss Pcrsis with 1 thought wrapped her and really had her in my just a faint look of relief SEVERED TIES youd think I was crazy but yu dont vrms I couldnt havo taken her back tew more swcot and sacrod tlos know I sposo you always had dolls any moro than if sho had boon my Times ruthless scytho sbntl sorbr Then vr to that bright land shall rise V It must scorn dreadful queer to soo mo child holding one but I cant help it You Why tho next morning when I see 1 novor had any I nover had any woko up I guess I felt nicer than I ever Tho blossoms fair that round us bloom Aro soon all withered lying did before in my life Just at first I thing to play with Wo sadly pluco thom on tho tomb I thought of my own childhood of couldnt think what made me feel so Fit emblems of tho dying all my old playthings and my family aud then I remembered that Amanda Tho streams which quench our thirst to-Â¬ of well beloved and still cherished Malviua was in tho chest of drawers day dolls now locked carefully away in and when I took her out she really To morrow coase their flowing Dark night oertakes tho brightest way tho little whito hair trunk in ono cor- Â¬ seemed to smile Its somber shadows throwing ner of tho garret I could hardly real Â¬ At first I kept her in tho drawor all 0 land whose blossoms nover fndo ize tho poverty of her childhood but tho time I guess tho first time I took Thou land whoso breozes vernal thinking of it I began to understand a her out was ono night I had an awful Tho richost perfumes over lade little about Miss Pcrsis toothache I couldnt go to slocp and Dear homo of spring eternal I didnt care about most things to so finally I laid her on the bod besido Thy riters clear nnd crystal tide play with but I tlid always so want a me where I couid reach out and take Doth never couselts Uowing By that fair Btrcatn so dear and wldo doll I didnt go round with other hold of hor when tho pain was so aw Â¬ Tho tree of lito is growing children much I nover made friends ful bad After that I used to tako her Thou realm of everlasting day easy and somehow I always felt dif- out quite often for there was nobody Thou land of light undying ferent Id havo liked to havo played to como in unexpected and I could al- Â¬ Whoso bliss shall nover pusi away with thom but 1 never seemed to ways put hor away if the bell rang Whoro songs shall bo for sighing 1 made her a few things know how and they nover seemed to becauso Blest Bunny landl whoso golden guto care to havo me I used to be dread- Â¬ sho took so little cloth that the pieces Nor sin nor sorrow untor ful lonesome and 1 didnt even make couldnt bo used for much else ters wife Whllo mid thoso tearful scones wo wait Our hopes on thoo wo oontur 1 really used to hurry lromo from Thero was poor Mrs Turner who a rag baby though I sposo I might Jiobt it OfforJ in A 1 Obitrcer was Miss Persia nearest neighbor havo but I always felt that mother places so as to get back to her and be- Â¬ and who was left a widow with eight would think I was foolish if I should fore 1 had even taken my things off MISS PERSIS v Miss go lugging around a doll -littlo children to bring up Sometimes Id take her up aud see how glad sho Pcrsis wished that sho could do some Â¬ I used to havo a crook necked squash was to havo me back I felt a real Tho Pnthotlo Story of Horaolf and thing for her sho thought it would be but I didnt like to take one aud hide -feeling with Mrs Turner when I Hor Doll v a real treat to sow for those it and I knew if I didnt that by and heard her talking about her children dared to offer I think sho always must havo been children but she nover known what to by it would be cut up and cooked andL siying what a comfort they wero to to She wouldnt have that used to worry mo all tho time her even if they wero a bother I Persia even when sho called Miss say played with it so I couldnt got any knew how it cheered you up to have was a child that is if sho over was a Miss Pcrsis used to watch the chil- Â¬ comfort out of it some one to do for and to think of child Perhaps sho had not always 1 havo had her a goou long time dren as tlioy passed hor houso on their I leaned forward and took tho doll worn hor hair smoothly comhed down Shu had a peculiar from Miss Pcrsis for it was beginning now and it dont seem as if 1 could way to school behind hor cars and fastened in a tight get along without her I dont know knot bohind with a horn comh per Â¬ skill in making a certain old fashionedÂ¬ to havo a new interest for me kind of molasses cooky with scol 1 what Id do if any tiling happened to Where did you get this one haps slio had not always dressed in a loped edges and sho always kept a Jar said hor black gown with still sharp folds or She took Amanda Malviua back into Well 1 had to make believe T had had hoedloss gaiters on her largo bony fill of them in hopes that sometimes find a chance to give them one at first I called her Amanda Mal her arms ami looked at her with tho foot but I dont think MihS Persis sho might to tho children Sho never did tind vina after some one in a book I read look 1 havo sometimes seen in a -havo over been a real child culd Twas a lovely book and I mothors eyes Tho houso she lived in was a good tho chance and as sho could not cat once One thing has troubled mc a good doal liko Miss Porsis only it was very thom all herself nor commit tho thought it was a beautiful name I small Still it seemed to bo trying to wasteful sin of throwing away good used to think about my doll a great deal and that is what will become of livo up to hor pattern as well as it t lungs she ued after thoy had grown deal and to talk to it hut it was kind her when I dio People would won Â¬ could It stood lengthwise with tho somewhat dry to lake them in a paper of hard having it all make believe I der at finding her among my things road It had a door in the middle that bag and go out on a very lonely coun Â¬ wished I had something to be Malviua and like as not they would give her to lod into a tiny square hall from which try lane when thero was a mild and 1 used to wonder if 1 couldnt earn some child whod be careless with her opened on one side the darkened and amiable cow tethered and feed tho cow money and buy one Once I did earn and anyway I cant bear to think of her unused country parlor and on the with the scolloped cookies Sho thought money picking berries for tho old min Â¬ going to somo one who wouldnt know other tho living room onlv in Miss that if any one should come along sho isters wife but I never dared tell just what sho was to me And now as Persia1 houso this room did not take might protend sho was gathering mother what I wanted to spend it for you understand all about it 1 want to tho comfortable home like air of tho berries A great many huckleberries and she seemed to expect me to lay it know if when 1 die you will como usual iamily living room but kept a jrrew in this particular lane and that away and put some of it in tho mis Â¬ here and get her and keep her your- Â¬ general likeness to the parlor Tho was ono reason why Miss Pcrsis picked sionary box 1 never had any money self I always have her in my upper given mo except on Sundays a cent drawer aud all other things aro with kitchen was in an L at Iho back of tho out that cow Â¬ Tho cooky jar was always kept re for tho plato in Sunday school I used her so you wont have any trouble houso and up stairs there wero proba Â¬ bly two bedrooms but K doubt if any plenished but she nover was able to to wonder if tho heathen wanted any linding hor If youll promise that I shall be a sight easier She leaned offer its contents to the children thing as much as 1 wanted a doll no cvor wont up stalrsat Miss Persia Miss Porsis had not always boon Onceindeod the Turner baby fell down When I grew up to bo a big girl I forward and Miss Porsis kissed me I promised and Amanda and Mal- Â¬ alone her mother had lived with her right in front of her gate and Miss used to go into the city sometimes with viua now lies in my bureau drawer -- but Mrs Hotblaek had boon merely Porsis on tho impulse of tho moment mother and then 1 saw real dolls in nn older Miss Porsis I suppose onco opened hor front door and hurried the store windows Such lovely ones A L Jiunncr in Christian Union thoro had been a Mr Hotblaek but I down tho walk to piek him tip But Thero was one window 1 always passed WIDOWS DRESSES novor heard of him and it was quite when the baby saw gaunt Miss Porsis that had a lot in it They all looked a him good deal alike so 1 picked out a par Â¬ impossible to imagine him Mrs Hot stalking liko a grenadier toward Tlio Most Popular Mntorlnl Used lor Cot black and hor daughter were both lie cried louder than ever and forget- Â¬ ticular corner and called tho ono that tuuipn of Thl Description mombora of tho church and of ting his bump ran homo as fast us ho sat thoro Amanda Malviua Sho al- Â¬ Entire dresses of English crapo over course tho ministers wife and tho could move his fat red legs ways seemed to look a little different silk linings are made for widows Tho I dont suppose I should ever havu from the others I thought she looked skirt is made to hang plain in front wives of tho deacons went to call on known any thing about this side of nt me and knew me every time lcame and on tho sides or else it is laid in 1 think thom at regular Intervals however it was always regarded bv Miss Pcrsis if it had not been for an I just counted on going into town Wo four or livo wide panel like box plaits tho church members as a sort of re accident and this was tho way it hap Â¬ didnt yro vcrv often I felt so glad Tho only drapery is in the back and ligibus duty No ono ovor thought of pened when mother said she had to go into this is in full long plaits falling over 1 wont on nti errand to Miss dropping in tosoo thom or of be-Â¬ Prsis the city and for weeks afterwards I at the top in burnooso folds Tho ing neighborly After Mrs Hot not seat this time for I had grown up remembered how Malviua looked basque is of the crapo placed quito black died all tho neighbors jailed as and tho errand was of my own mak When we got to the street I used to be plain over a silk lining except in front neighbors ought to And Mrs Deacon ing Miss Pcrsis had in her garden a so afraid there wouldnt beany dolls in where it laps in surplice folds or elso Asher said sho had never felt so awk Â¬ rather uncommon variety of hollyhock tho window or that tho store had there is a fichu of folds made separate- Â¬ ward in hor life Shu couldnt think and as 1 prided myself upon my own moved or something but sho was al ly to wear or leave off as is preferred of a thing to Hay and sho felt all tho assortment of hollyhock I was very ways there in my corner A full straight dress of line soft wool whllo as if Miss Porsis was wondering anxious to get some seeds of this one Miss Pcrsis was not thinking of me bordered with crape and entirely with- Â¬ So I now nor talking to r Tlioy all said unique in tho neighborhood vhnt Bhod como for out drapery is now made for tho first Miss Porsis boro her afUiotion wonder- Â¬ mustered up my courage to go and 1 was lonoly enough when mother dress worn by a widow In midsum- Â¬ fully It was only in a sternor ami ask for some J went to look at my was alive for she was always a quiet mer this is of crepolinc or of nuns moro forbidding aspect that sho hollyhocks before I started just to see sort of a woman but when sho died it vailing in winter it is of Henrietta showed hor increased loneliness how very much I wanted this new ono was a good deal worse The day 1 cloth or of imperial serge Tho waist 1 remember as a child being sent to among thom for I had to encourage came back to tho house from tho fun- Â¬ is round very high at the throat with Hiss Porsis sometimes to say that the myself As 1 walked along switching eral it seemed to mo as if every thing tight coat sleeves and may bo covered missionary meeting would bo put oft tho bushes at tho sido of tho road with in the world had died ami tho houso with crapo or elso havo rovers or a until noxt wook or that sowing so Â¬ a littlo stick and humming a tune I was so still and strange that it seemed plastron of crapo A whito organdy but I to mo that I just must havo some ono collar and wido cuffs aro worn with ciety would moot at Mrs Potters in tried to protend I didnt mind atoad of Mrs Howitts 1 used to hate did dreadfully for 1 had never lost my to speak to It dont seem nice to say this waist Tho skirt is full and is to go I was always afraid that as childish foar of Miss Pcrsis that thinking of a doll would euro such shirrod to tho bolt tho crapo fold at but tho childroa put it Miss Persia would really when I tho foot is from ten to fifteon inches When I reached tho yard thoro wero lonesomeness say somothlng thought of Amanda Malviua it did deep Tho widows cap for tho houso I always latched tho hollyhocks so keeping them in tho goto of tho whito picket fouco be- Â¬ my sight by way of encouragement I make mo feel as though I had somo is of whito crapo in a Fanchon square hind mo I forgot to latch tho gate walked up tho path aud pulled tho boll one to turn to if tho wearer is young or with a crown jftvyvrhoro oho but I should havo boon To my dismay tho rusted wiro broke I had to go to town prottv ofton that covors the back hair for thoso who afraid to loavo hor gate swinging Tho aud tho knob camo off in my hand rljrht after that for thero was somo aro older A band and loops of black path that lod up to tho front door was This was awful It was bad onough business about a little money that gauze or gros grain ribbon is tho trim- Â¬ bordorod by a low stumpy growth of to ask for tho seeds but how could I mother had that had to bo attended to ming Tho bonnet is of English crapo box It nover seemed to grow I over apologize for tho dislocation of It was a real comfort to sco Amanda doubled and plain on tho frame with 1 used to go past But- it had to bo done Uflod to think it was becauso Miss tho bell knob Malviua so often somo folds on tho edgo for Its only walked up tho path so often so trying to bo brave I walked the window when I first got there aud trimming as it is to bo covered by tho Porsis Close to tho door was a large bush of around to knock at the kitchen door when 1 went back to the train I used vail A very Mnall puff of whito nnd tho flowers on either sido of Though tho door was wide open to ston aud sort of sav irood hvn to crimped crapo is tho widows cap now prim tho walk wero mostly of a stiff and Miss Porsis did not hoar my steps her I was afraid some ono would no Â¬ worn Inside tho bonnet tho strings Angular kind such its hollyhocks lark- Â¬ Sho was sitting in a rocking chair her tice but thoro wore lots of things in aro of black gros grain rlbbou iar spur and oooks comb There wero fa co half turned away from tho door tho window aud of course they didnt pcrs Jhizur in bending slightly forward and holding know what I was looking at By and never any port johnny-jump-uby all tho business was settled and garden nor climbing roses nor on ono arm a doll hor A stout red nosed man offered to j I stood transfixed on tho doorstoue tho last day Iwent in I know I could nt wagora ton dollar hill that ho could closo the long branches of swootbrlor Noth Â¬ ing aver wandered or climbed thoro nnd Miss Porsis glancing up started como again for a long time Whuu I hUoyes and simply by tasto namoany very thing grow in rows or bushes from hor chnir and after looking stopped at that window to say good Â¬ Vbid of liquor in tho houso Tho bet z wildly around for some placo to hide bye it just didnt seem at though I wne taken ami kept to its propor place This is genuine port t boll Miss herself remained with her eyes llxed could leave hor Sho looked a if she said tho fat man tasting from a wine When I had rung Iho door would open tho door just wldo on mine I tried to nay something hated to have me go and when I glass aud this is whisky and soon Retffk to let tne in and 1 would toll about the bell knob aud my errand thought that may ho she wouldnt ho A wag then poured a few drops ol my wrand standing on the mat just in but MWs Pcrsis stood speechless her Micro next time aud may bo Id never water into a glass and handed It to htto working convulsively Jutt iih till U MUttt aatry eiioh a spotlois little face fliuh creeping up to and a dull sco her again I beforewalked rightknew ttotnstor This I hardly that store aud her hair uH ami red Ciwtlug it several time by iuplterl mWr wltfc 1U square of rag qui Forgetting myuelf In my pity for Iter it Id bouyht hurt tSvtlouicu 1 H0 the bet I never tkat I always and to it nut out tip All tho wav buck In the train I tasted tlil y liquor Mow Jfefttf liUU kwn nnd a ihwU terilbt shame aud confusion 1 wnn Ai y h4 itennjag yn to Iter put iuy kept IuIhUIhk how foolUh 1 wiu and lu l N Hazel Green Herald I V and I nlways imagined as I walked back down tho front path that Miss Porsis had taken thom down and was brushing off tho mat tho mat that I hud stood on Poor Miss PorsM it wasnt her fault that sho looked so grim aud austere and no ono ovor suspected how tho lonoly woman longed for sympathy and tho power to express her own In- Â¬ terest in others Sho could drop her dollar into tho plato ovory missionary Sunday a dollar saved by much econ- Â¬ omy from hor scanty income but as to giving help and personal kindness to tho poor peoplo around hor that sho could not do Thero nover was a moro rogular attondant at tho sewing society than Miss Pcrsis and sho did more than any two of tho ladlos as sho sat silently sowing while tho rest worked and talked tho whilo about Mr Potcrs now housA or a now kind of crochet or a particularly toothsome receipt for nut cake or on any of tho numerous topics of a village sowing society Tho poor Wostorn missionary may havo found cause to bless the labors of Miss Porsis but tho poor about the town know her charities only as they camo in tho general church collection or in cast off garments sent by tho minis Â¬ SCHOOL AND CHURCH Harvards gymnasium cost 110 125000 and Columbias 000 Yales 150000 Fourteen women havo just gradu- Â¬ ated from tho New York Medical Col- Â¬ lege for Women Tho wholo niiiiibor of churches in the United States is 132455 tho wholo number of ministers 91911 ami of communicants 19018977 From tho May salary of a Now York City school teacher who receives 700 a year thero was deducted ono cent bocauso sho had ono day been tardy two minutes Courier re- Â¬ The Hannibal Mo tho rovival services which ports that have been conducted by Major J IL Colo in that city havo resulted in near- Â¬ ly seven hundred conversions The authorities in Nashville havo acceded to tho request of colored citj zens by furnishing toachors of tho Negro raco for tho public schools at N Y tonded by colored children Witness v 4 fellow- The first Protestant boll rung in tho City of Mexico that of a Baptist church was heard on tho third of July The church just finished was begun in tho month of February of the present year Thoro is attached to it a parsonage and a school The Irish Presbyterian Goneral Assembly has appointed two of its ministers to be present at tho Contou nial Presbyterian Assembly to bo held in Philadelphia in May next Dr Rob-Â¬ ert Watts professor in Belfast College and Rev William Todd Martin who is rising into distinction rapidly in tho church which lie is to represent Un itc d I res bijti ruin Dr Arnolds daily prayer was ai O Lord I have a busy world follows around mc eye car and thought will be needed for all my work to bo dono Now ero 1 cntoz in tliis busy world I would commit oyo and car and on it Do Thou bless thought to Thee y them and keep their work Thine that as through Thy natural laws my heart beats and my blood flows without any thought of mine so my spiritual lifo may hold on its course at these times when my mind can not conspicuously turn to Thee to commit each particular thought to Thy service Hoar my prayer for my dear Redeemers sake Amen At tho recent Royal Academy ban- Â¬ quet Prof Huxley concluded his speech Art and literature and scienco thus are one aud the foundation of every sound education aud preparation for active life in wluch a special education is necessary should be some oflioial training in all three At the present time those who look at our present systems of education so far as thoy aro within reach of any but tho Wealthiest and most leisured class of the communi- Â¬ ty will see that we ignore art altogeth- Â¬ er that we substitute less profitable sub-Â¬ jects for literature and that the obÂ¬ servation of inductive scienco is utterly ignored GENUINE Good Mru anil d CONTENT Who Â¬ Nothing Yot Hhvo All In ono of the great cities of tho West which havo sprung up into full life in as many years as men tako to totter through babyhood an old gray house preaches the unusual lesson of content to all passers by The street on which it stands is filled with solid rows of massive banks and importing houses tho most valuablo property in tho city Nichod in between two towering splendid buildings aro two acres of ground planted in grass and an old fashioned garden with a cow- Â¬ house and a plain little dwolling such as might bo built for a few hundred dollars It is tho property of a poor man who lives on a moderate salary earned by his daily labor A few years ago ho bought three acres of this Woinnii Ilnvlnj ground for six dollars and afterwards sold enough to build a homo for himscli and his wife upon tho rest of tho lot Ho has been offered half a million for - pa rrU lnh fmmMH it aud refused I have no childron was his an 1 have all I want a comfort swer ablo home easy work enough for our daily need I do not wisli to bo rich Whatever wo may think of his rea- Â¬ sons or tho wisdom or folly of his courso thoro can bo no doubt that ho has acquired somothlng beyond all jew- Â¬ els in valuo content If an honest man be tho noblest work God a con Â¬ tented man is assuredly tho rarest Thoro Is an old story of a quizzical Irish nobleman who put up a placard ou a field This meadow shall bogivun to the man who can provo that ho is absolutely satisfied with his lotV But as soon as tho applicant had proved his content with his fortune the joker asked him Then what do you wimt with my field In actual life the contenlod men nnd women aro tluuo who are too nuioh occupied with work for other to reÂ¬ flect upon their own wants or to cult vata their own ambitions Qva fi4 Iholr lirnlns and biuy md and they Iwviih nothing yet aVg Kllii J4 i 0 fl HOME FARM AND GARDEN Tbo plcnsuro of rnisingRood horses is not one of tho least considerations in tho business Yellow soap Jintl whiting if mixed togethorwith n littlo wutor into a thick mass will stop a leak as effectually as will Bolder DECAYING ROYALTY The Kings or Earth All llrokca Up ana Going to Piece What is tho matter with tho royalty of tho world It is all broken up and going to pieces Dora Pedro of Brazil has become almost a chattering im- Â¬ becile and a regent is talked of Queen YJ frj ft J Dr JJoremus says tho lightest tis- Â¬ sues can be rendered uninflammable b dipping them in a solution of phos- Â¬ phate of ammonia in water It will be omul impossible to set tho fabrio so rented on fire If weeds exist on grass lauds they should bo pulled up if tho mower can not bo usociv rs seeding of the weeds will soon destroy thovaluo of tho grass plat No weed should ever bo allowed Troy Times to produce seed Onion Pomade Cut sumo onions into thin slices and stew them in but- Â¬ ter add a pinch of Hour with broth or water season and stew them again thicken with tho yelks of eggs so as to make a kind of thick sauce Boston Budget Imperial Cake Beat well to- Â¬ gether half a pound of butter half a pound of sugar and half a pint of cream then add four eggs and one tablespoon lemon juice mix one quarter teaspoon soda and half n pound of flour and add with citron raisins and chopped almonds Bake slowly Christian Union To make Carolina cream dissolve an ounce of gelatine in a pint of rich milk put in a 6atice pan with threo ounces of sugar and half a pint of Add to this mixture eight cream ouuees of any kind of rich fruit pre Â¬ serves Mix smooth stir until cool Squeezo in tho juice of one lemon Pour in a mold set on ice Exchange Mash smoothly a Potato Yeast dozen large mealy boiled potatoes rcix with them half a pint of Hour half a cup of sugar and a tablespoon ul of salt pour on the whole a quart of boil- Â¬ ing water When lukewarm stir in a cupful of yeast and when it is light put it in a glass can or bottle cork tightly and set in a cool place Ex- Â¬ change Tho egg eater is seldom responsi- Â¬ ble for tho habit unbroken shells are carelessly thrown to her for food ami an appetite is thus awakened but more frequently the habit is formed by the breaking of eggs in tli sitters nest The hen at first eats the cracked or broken eggs from an instinctive de- Â¬ sire to rid tho nest of them or per perhaps finding food which may be HAPPINESS OF FLIGHT obtained without leaving her cherished nest sho cats it and having found Tho Puro Knjoymont Whlrli Minis Takn In Their Aerlul Kxciintlonn it palatable the taste is acquired iV May we not infer that all animals J Observer whoso muscular development is great Â¬ THE OMINOUS OPAL er in proportion to their bulk than A Jewelry KaltmmiinH Clint About This that of man should derivo from its exercise a greater intensity of pleasure Mucli Alnuotl Com The opal has come into fashion greater absolutely in proportion to the again so suddenly that its value has attainments and less interfered with increased twenty live per cent within by the greater muscular ease with the past year Although the prettiest which they are accomplished If this combination in jewelry is the opal sur- Â¬ is so tho majority of tho mammalia and rounded with diamonds there was almost all birds should In their powers such a prejudice against the opal that of speedy movements on earth or lofty it had almost gone out of use previoih flight in the air possess resources uf to the recent revival It began to go mental pleasure intense beyond ours out of fashion about fifteen years ago and less subject to bo dimmed by tho The and there are sensible women who are pain of overstrained muscles not superstitious but who frankly ad j power of flight is without doubt asso Â¬ mit that they have a prejudice against ciated with pleasures which wo can opals If the fashion can maintain it not directly gauge or estimate but of self for the next year it may dissipate the value of which our desires can give tho popular prejudice and save one of us somo idea That birds distinctly the prettiest jewels from obscurity enjoy tho exercise of their powers thero Tho opal is the jewel of October so can bo no manner of doubt Having that according to popular superstition once acquired the power of flight or those born in that month are safo in inherited it from their sauropsidan an- Â¬ wearing it I have heard many inci- Â¬ cestor they have developed it far be Â¬ dents of opals which no doubt were yond all the requirements of their in causes for tho loss of popularity and dividual or specific life If it wero tho ascribing of bad luck by the wear not pleasurable then flight would be els has no doubt deterred others discontinued when it was no longer from purchasing such ill omens There necessary But as a fact bird life is a lady in tho city who has a full set of presents innumerable instances of tho opals and diamonds ear rings breast Â¬ maintenance of tho powers of flight in pin bracelets rings and hat pins that species to whoso existence it is by no is not equaled by any other set in tho means essential The skylark does not West Sho was onco prosperous and soar from mercenary motives pigeons lived u wealth but in the last five domesticated for generations fly about years has had moro misfortunes than all day long though the need to seek usually befall one woman Divorce neither food nor sheltor It is not nec- Â¬ loss of fortune followed quickly upon essary to watch birds on the wing for the other Sho never wears her opals very long to convince ones self that now and it has been frequently re Â¬ the net of flight ia one of pure enjoy- Â¬ marked by hor friends that they wero ment that it is cultivated and adorned tho cause of her ill luck I know an- Â¬ with tho refinements which character Â¬ other lady who ascribes misfortune to ize an accomplishment Seh is tho a beautiful opal ring which sho keeps evolution of the tumbler pigeon such becauso it is an heir loom but will not tho moro refined nnd masterly hovering wear it nor allow her children to wear of somo birds who possess tho power of it It was given to hor by hor brother so balancing themselves on a slanting when on his death bed and upon hor breezoas to remain motionless with re Â¬ return to tho city sho wore it Tho spect to the earth without apparently very first night the water pipes burst moving a wing or a feather floating and caused a damago of several thou Â¬ nil tho time st ill and calm Nineteenth sand dollars Sho had had a presenti Â¬ Centum ment when she put on tho ring that Tho Island of Sardinia prosont a some thing was going to happen and very interesting Hold for lllhlo work after that night sho ceased to wear it Several years later her daughter put it Though it contains about 700000 in on and a gontloman friend was so habitants yet only ten In one thousand taken with its appearance that ho can rend Jnat year no leas than lbJ twketl to wonr it What followed is Billed and Wit Testament were sold couriered remarkable lfn had been uud none were given away Tliero la very prosperous and had lately gonu not a foiuulu missionary to a quarter up like h rookiit Shortly afterward ho of million of woiiitui for tliohduouu tried full a Middnitly Hu returned tho in wliluh they alone turn carry tho go ting having beoomu n convert l tho pel to the winded victim elilelly by the Minna proeH of vllu to Iht popular iuvjmllctfi lon UM -- Victoria is passing into decrepitude and second childhood and it is no se-Â¬ cret that the Priuco of Wales does not expect to ascend tho throne believing that ere it shall be vacant Great Britain willjiavo become a republic Emperor William has one foot in the grave and the Kronprinr is battling with what may prove an incurablo disease Tho Czar of all tho Russjas has faced three successive attempts at assassination in tho lust six months and contemplates the probability nay almost certainty that some one of tho series still awaiting him will prove fatal His eldest son and heir apparent is incom Â¬ petent Francis Joseph Emperor of Austria and Hungary is beloved and honored by his subjects But he is a feeble old man and when ho dies the bonds which unite Austria and Hungary arc likely to snap asunder The Crown Prince is very unpopular and his mother tho fearless horsewoman Em- Â¬ press Elizabeth is almost hated Spain has no sovereign It is waiting for n clouted baby to grow up into a Queen Servia does not know whether it has a King or Queen or not Queen Natalie a Russian officers daughter is in exile with tho heir apparent King Milan has ordered that sho be never allowed Ho himself is in Vienna to return and Uistics the Prime Minister is lying awake nights pondering whether ho shall not order both King and Queen to stay out of tho country and he himself run the Government There is our friend ex King Tiiec baw of Burmah knocked out of his job at Mandalay by General Pondorgast and sonic English soldiers Then thero is Abdurrahman poor vexed soul who cant for the life of him tell you to day whether hois Ameer of Afghanistan or a mere English figure head Then too there 13 the fat economioal old Queen who has just of the Netherlands scandalized Amsterdam by revoking her order for her gay dresses lest the sick King should die and she have to wear black The King of Corea has asked to be allowed to quit Tho royalty of earth is sick and the sick- Â¬ ness is unto death Cincinnati Josl Ttie Kerr FiJio gtery eagerly sought for road yritk pleasure or dlapininUaont is thea tossed aside and for roUhi But ladles who road of Dr Iierces Favorito Proscription road it again for tboy discover in it something to prize a messenger of joy to thoso Buffering from functional derangements or any of tho pain- Â¬ ful disorders or weaknesses peculiar to their sex Periodical pains internal inflammation and ulceration roadllv yield to its won- Â¬ derful cumtlvo uud healing powers It is tho only mcdlclno for women Bold by drugÂ¬ gists under a positive nuaranUt from tho manufacturers that it will clvo satisfaction in every case or monoy will bo refunded Tills gunranteo has been printed on tho and faithfully carried out for 1 manyyearS- 4J Which Whisk a man la in doubt which boy to whip ho evidently dont know switch is Attleboro Advocate m Itcmnrkablo Surgery Tho science of surgery lias mauo such wonderful progress in modern times that tho most intricato and delicate operations nro now undertaken and carried to n successful issue Thero are now several well authenticated cases of what is known as nncumotouv that is to say tho removal of diseased portions of tho lungs in cases of While however this dolioate consumption operution has sometimes been successfully performed tho risks attending it aro so great and tho chances of recovery so Blight that it is soldom resorted to Tho safest plan in consumptive cases is to use Dr liorccs Golden Medical Discovery This will always euro tho disease in its earlier stages thoroughlv arresting tho ravages of tho torriblo malady by removing its cause and healing tho lungs WMtliall Times An Army of Annoynncos Follow in the wako of their cruel lcador A man sentenced to bo hung said ho was going to tnlconu ncckscurslou into eternity Tho treatment of many thousands of caaoa of those chronic weaknesses and distressing ailments peculiar to female at tho Invalid Hotel ana tiurglcl Institute Buffalo K Y has afforded a vast experience in nicely adapting- and thoroughly testing remedies for the cure of womans pooullnr maladies llorcoa Favorito rrcucrlptlon ia the outtfrowth or rosult of this jrrcat and valuablo expcrlonco Thousands of testimo Â¬ nials received from patients and from physi Â¬ cian who hare tested it iu tho moro affSTS Vatod and obstinate cases trliioh had bnfiled their skill provo it to bo tho most wonderful remedy ovor devised for tbo rcllof and euro of BUtTcrliiK women It Is uot recommended m a oure all but as n most perfect Bpccluo for womans pooullnr nlliucuta Aa a powerful Iiirlaroratlnp tonic it imparts strenrtu to tho whole- system and to the womb and its appendages in worn out particular For overworked run down dobllltntod teachers milliners Ir A - J liver compliant Constipation nausea pains in tho right sldo by turns or alto gether harass you if bilious Mnku haste with llostetters Stomach Bitters to annihilate them Dont wait until your liver is badlv contested nnd vour skin is as vellow as saffron If you do you may have an ucpauo noscess tuen pcrnaps goou oyei Bo sure also that if subjected to malarial infection and your liver is out of order it will fasten upon you Â¬ Â¬ dressmakers seamstresses aliop girls honeo kcepcrs nursing mothers nnd fcoblo women Dr rloroos Favorito Prescription i tho greatest earthly boon being unequalcd as an appetizing cordial and rcstoratlvo tonic Aa a Kootlitus and strengthening is nervine is Favorito Prescription nnd uno- anil eub aualod nervousInvaluable in ollnylng cTClUiblllty irritability oz hnustlon prostration hysteria spasms nnd other distressing norvous symptoms com Â¬ monly attendant upon functional and orgnulo dlseaso of the womb It luduces rcfrerihing sleep and rellovcs mental uuxlety and de-Â¬ spondency Witt Is It a crlmo for a bnnker to enter into n partnership with a blacksmith Ue Wasfunpton Critic causo it Is forgery Yes I shall break tho engagement sho folding her arms and looking delimit with him hes as deaf as a post and talks llko ho had a mouthful of mush Besides tho way ho hawks nud spits is disgusting Dont break tho engagement for that toll him to take Dr Sago s Catarrh Remedy It Well Ill tell will euro him completely liim I do hate to break it off for in all oth- Â¬ Of er respects hes quite too charming course it cured his catarrh said-- The Health Braided Wire Brcss Forms do not gather dampness from perspiration They cannot produce Lace Covered Light irritation Can be Cool Flexible Cleanly adjusted by the wearer to any size Sold by Milliners Dress- Â¬ desired If makers and Dealers generally you do not find them send 75 cents to us and we will send post paid in securely sealed package Stokes Agents 235 Co Thompson Chestnut St Phila Price Lists to Dealers A Sample will be scnt to any Milliner or Dressmaker sending their Business Card and 60 Cents Agents Wanteil rocklcss with his money is not necessurily a millionaire TnK mnn who Is m A million n month no other cigar in the World can show such a wonderful record as TanshTs Punch j i Its funny but a crookod man is often put into a straight jacket A Pnctrrvff noitnlnf rt tT nlfstml In skin diseases In Glenns Sulphur Soap Hills Hair and Whlalcor Dvo BOe Tbo btaL y ni m v j on County board the bed one has to sloop ii months treatment for 50e Pisos Remedy for Catarrh Sold by druggists An Incoino tax tho price of admission Merchant Jraveltr 10 a theater j compounded by an experienced nnd skillful physician and adapted to womans delicate organization It is purely vegetablo iu its composition and perfectly harmlera in its effects In any condition of the system For morning sickness or nausea from whatever cause arising weak stomach indigestion dys Â¬ pepsia and kindred symptoms its use In small doses will provo very beneficial rnvorlto Proscription laaposl tlvo euro for tho most complicated and ob stinatc cases of leucorrhco excessive llowlng painful menstruation unnatural suppressions prolapsus or falling of tho womb weak back femalo weakness1 nntevcrslon retroversion bearing down sensations chronlo congestion intlammation and uleorntloti of tho womb in tlammntlon pain and tenderness in ovaries accompanied with Infernal heat As a regulator and promoter of functional action at that critical period of chango from girlhood to womanhood Favorite PreÂ¬ scription Is a perfectly safo remedial agent and can produce only good results It Ik coually efllcacious and valunblo iu its effects wuen taken for those disorders and dcrungo ments incident to that Inter and most critical period known nn Tho Chango of Llfo Favorito Proscription when taken In connection with the use of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery and small laxatlvo doses of Dr Plercos Purgative Pellets Littlo Liver Pills cures Ltvor Kidney and ftmddcr dlfcascs Their combined uso also removes blood taints and abolishes cancerous and scrofulous humors from tho system Favorito Prescription is tho only mcdlclno for women sold by drugglBts under a posltlvo guarantee from tho manu- Â¬ facturers that it will glvo satisfaction in every case or money will bo refunded This guaran Â¬ tee has been printed on tho bottle wrapper and faithfully carried nut for many years JLnrgo bottloN 100 doses 160 or six Trcntlso on Dlscnses of Women 100 pnges paper covered scud tea cents in stamps Address Worlds Dispensary Medical Issoclatiiir C03 ITIaln Kt IIUFFAIO N Y Dr IMorcoa Favorito Proaerlptlon la n loKltimnto medicine carefully bottle for 50 6 For large illustrated Ax inferior articlo is dear nt ouv nrlco Remember i uud buy Fruzerjixlu Urease A stamt mill tho post oOice IIeated discussions uro vory much out of season ByBr7TlfltJtllsJiilWIrBBI FOE HOESES bought a Ho was taken very ill with Pnou monia 1 tried to think of something to relieve Concluded what him was good for man would bo good for tho horse Rocontly LUN3TR0U6LES 1 CURES WHERE Alt ELSE FAILS Best Oouh Brrup Tiootrn itwmI UlO In II mo Hold by drurctiu I Descendants of Hnm trichina Jack nleasu dont You muss mv linlr But Jack kept right on on tho ground that T meal 1 CONQUERED v uiuosuu iiumuau Â¬ Uvimji W Va Nor 17 188G tramp nigs uud dirt The lecturer who w13 struck with a rotten eug snld ho liked tho fun but that was a protty hard yoke ENGLisn skotching Rlrls call thoir R On tho B joung horse I J swa n 3 BE z J ZZA iwrimiK tl MIFUGgSffMNJCEV ySYPHILYTlGi CHILDREN1oVse nfti n mr x wwm 11c o BLOODL kJUkWIUIIlby PILLS cheerful rumrita pencils Buffalo Bills Journal Jf Y Morning A man without pecuniary backing Is likely lo bo an unsettled fellow Merchant Traveler lr you want a won removod consult tho know wonest surgoon you can lind Ttzat Sifting Fokmeiilt tho foolish virgins hnd no oil now tho foolish virgins aro too free with tho koroscno Nbw Jkiisey may bo tho fathorlnnd of tho mosquito but ho is to hum in many other places single Bin rmzB parties will always bo populnr with tho girls as long ns any of thorn aro Cure ami gavo him half of it through tho nos- Â¬ trils This helped him and I contiuued giving samo doses night ami morning until I had used two bottles Tho horso has becomo per-Â¬ fectly sound I can rec- Â¬ ommend Pisos Cure for tho horso ns well as for man N S J Stiudek MMlSMMSMIfMMSMaMrl CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS So J gotabottlo of Pisos 0Ktl HArRl JnESTOflER IKNOUISHI SWAYHCA50 TK GREAT CUREFOlt ITCHING PILES St ii Jaul Jerald earn his broad by tho sweat of his brow nnd not do much work olthor this kind of woathnr It you want to buy u farm cheap cross our northern boundary Lnnsdowno in Cuunda you know Ttxti Sffltngg A A man can Id ji SI Itett Cough Syrup In time Tiwlea good Uao Bold by druinrliU B Q B niYAnFtTO utnora Ilrniail Mceatc iff r orao 17 acra tcblDK dlxtrcMlna If allowed to co ntliuia ttiinorafurm wlilcli Mrcrt and ulccrettstccotalBrveiTsers voftcn I1NTWKHT HWAYNKMfc blccdlug heals btopsltclilng uiccrauon wm ia biouj JfS mmm - v 1 Mnltture iiili UMU Itch auuclnr most at ulcUt very n Kh w v w rrmnTfi tub 1BE0USTMEDICmEaiNUSS0UlY0J9MtTS riKRVfINU for Wrilo for UNIYBf clean steal taking wash off tho lino IRON ROOFING uj Frm hind ofOftT or IUHN MIteiriNU CO VrATRItBlIIUHTNlNO VtWflT ti i vV Givr nn Icolander a fat tallow cnndlo nnd ho will oat it and sit In tho dark Bazar Always seedy tho tig AVw JONES Hcalcs fi Tea Wssss uUi Brut lio Uttfi llwT 7wBiua4 B PeUTKk HuIhUz tinonlala fron jrour Sttw ASdreM aataaU Age ni tt E Stt Cough in nine IM IITMIHrlJfJAM fAltS WHifit Att CURES 1 Hjrruu mini ur oruiurutm Tscteiftood Use HIIPwl QUEENiSOUTH PORTAILE MILLS SELECT FRENCH HIHRS L fc flr BUa Ikia J9HU ar wy riMTti BlNUllAMTUN m iIm iu Hf as4 44im IJRMlMTItt rt N ft yB BDUOATIOWAL UNION rOMWIKof LAWChlrtsa YnWtnm h 31 tut wiBultr4il hMhk Qwtwiih Law CO t CJ JSBA ifcu yt- - For KterV Feed or StriHb Mar Hiaory Co CIWCIMHATIOHIO Ml Mfc S4tbfMlUUWtll4 HriU for M4UUi ClMUr for IHwIly Im Ml FViVzliriLfl2fliVtvIl OflUtfi fl Km afitU M tut CUhwt QfKti Mm opens IHNtHANH MKRI0AL COIXHIIKTlMJWM PILLS TITO OKKAT XNOLIIN HXKXDY IvrlJw Rllp4lfHIH UWj tvftUiM frftlf nw COCKLES ANTI BILIOUS AmwiiA n ffwi MtmirrijiwrftMM Awu- is 7aAMv OPIUM k Vn jmii trrtin4 for elrvular it MIC bounty pro- curtail UMtrUirf rllve4i MHMWNtir ih fee writ Uw A Pew VYMfatCgU WHaAllKViBMWATHOl H win IKiK LlutinHftM U W MclOK- U U OHIO STATE mjk U4 ftM Cmw WrJEm7lWWWm u iinrv- - SWtrpi Turner a nephew of tho dead man and Exchange Bankjtf Kentucky Bob Sadden were members of tho party Editor Hazrl Greek Herald The who fired upon tho dead man WniTESBURQ Aug 20 1887 EHTA1ILI8HKD IN 1856 others aro unknown but nil made their Dear Si u Allow me to say that the cscupc in a boat on the Cumberland a article published in The Hekald last River which runs past tho rear of the Capital Stock siooooo week in regard to the examination of hotel SURPLUS 61041428 teachers for Letcher county is false as far as issuing certificates to unqualified Old pcopio suffer mucli from disorders applicants is concerned It is true wo of tho urinary organs and are always Does general hanking business nnd is have examined a few applicants after gratified at the wonderful effects of Dr the onlyabank in the city that sells Foreign night but the examinations were strictly J II McLeans Liver and Kidney Balm Exchange rigid in every respect There was not a in banishing their troubles 100 per Prompt attention given to the collection single first class certificate granted at any bottle Sold by G B Swaugo Hazel of dents nnd the patronage of the people of the mountain counties is especially soof these examinations nnd only four Green licited J O TKIMHLE President second class and twelve third class Ten LEdLIK THOMSON Cashier Tho Moon and tho Woathor before of these had obtained certificates MT STERLING KY During a long storm persons who arc the county board of examiners last year and no doubt their certificates were in- Â¬ well versed in weather lore are often dorsed by the author of tho article pub heard to console themselves with the pre lished in Tun IIekald last week I dictraent that there will be a change of have the examination papers of these weather when the moon changes Nas applicants in my office ana my records invcth and Crrpenter characterize as a AND which are open to inspection show the popular error in its most absurd form grade of their certificates this belief that the gradual turning of The statement in regard to us having the moons face toward and away from twenty npplioant is alBO false There the sun could nt certain points upset are disinterested persons present of this the existing condition of our atmosphere SOLD BY ALL DRUGGIRTS place who were priscnt at these examin- generate clouds and pour down rains Having struggled 20 years between life ations and know that the applicants did In England and the same may be said nnd death with ASTHMA or PHTHISIC not obtain certiflicates through fraud or of America the weather changes about treated by eminent physicians and receivanything of tho kind and that the ex Â¬ every three days and there is a change ing no benefit I was compelled during the aminations were rigid and sufficient to test of the moon every seven days so that last 5 years of my iHness to sit on inv chair tho qualifications of any teacher The many coincidences must occur Those day und night gasping for breath My sufroom was well lighted and the applicants who believe that the moon rules the ferings were beyond description In despair wero so arranged that there was no chance weather always credit such coincidences I experimented on myself bv compounding roots whatever of any one of them receiving to lunar influences But the theory is ed I and inhaling the medicine thus obtainfortunately discovered this WOXDEIt tho least assistance from another untenuble unless it applies to every case FUL CUKK FOII ASTHMA AND CA Respectfully and unless the same effect is always pro- TARRH warranted to relieve the most stub W II Blah duced by the same cause To suppose born case of ASTHMA IN FIVEMINlTKS County Supt Letcher Co that a change of the moon will turn dry so that the patient can lie down to rest and weater to wet or wet to dry indiscrimi- Â¬ sleep comfortably Please read the follow from In cases of Fever and Ague the blood nately is the merest childishness and ing condensed extracts date unsolicited tesall is as effectually though not so dangerous- contrary to all meteorologicul records timonialsV 11 of recent Han Holmes Oliver Joe Cul writes ly poisoned by the effluvium of the at Â¬ Popular Science Monthly I find the Remedy all and even more than mosphere as it could be by the deadliest represented I receive instantaneous relief poison Dr J II McLeans Chills and I have purchased from Mr Dills the E M Carson A M Warren Kan writes Fever Cure will eradicate this poison feather renovator at llnzel Green and Was treated by eminent physicians of this tried the climate of SO cents a bottle Sold will conduct the business at the present country and Oermauv from the system different States nothing afforded relief like by G B Swango Hazel Green stand over The Herald office Persons your preparation bringing their feathers to the renovator L 15 Phelps P M Griggs Ohio writes PROFANITY AND PARALYSIS can have them made new for six cents a Suffered with Asthma 10 yearsYour medi 202 cine in 3 minutes does more for me than the J E Smamey ASuildoti Prostration That Toolicd Iiko n pound most eminent physician did for ine in three Judgment States Marshal James R Jor- Â¬ years United Frank Morton of Moberly Mo was dan of the Northern District of Vir II C Plimpton Joliet III writes Send boarding in Apiil last at the Arlington giniu has been interviewed on Virginia Catarrh Remedy at once Cannot get along without it I find it to be the most valuable House Wichita He wasagood hearted politics and he thinks that the Demyoung man but inclined to scofi at reli- ocrats of the sayH are putting on their medicine I have ever tried State We have many other hearty testimonials gion Led by curiosity he visited meet-Â¬ war paint in earnest aud they intend to of cure or relief aud in order that all suffer ings then being held by members of the ers from Asthma Catarrh Hay Fever and down on Mahonc so seriously Salvation Army and on Friday night set that his friend John Sherman next KinurecJ diseases may have an opporfuniiy will fall of testing the value of the Remedy we will about the middle of the month placed not know him send to any address TRIAL PACKACK himself among the penitents at the FREE OF CHARCE If your ilruupNt fails bench For sick headache female troubles him to sell you After the meeting Morton in compa Â¬ neuralgic pains in the head take Dr J to keep it do not permithi representing some it to worthless imitation by ny with a friend repaired to the hotel H McLeans Little Liver and Kidney be jut u good but send directly to us and for some time stood talking at the Pillets 2o cents a vial Sold by G B Write vour name and address plainly counter near the clerks desk There Swango Hazel Grceu Address J ZIMMERMAN A Co Props Wholesale DniLLdsts Woodier Wnvne Co wore probably twelve or fifteen other Ohio Full sie Io by mail JlHO jiniiy people in the office at the time Finally Nlortons friend midGood night Frank v v uixio W UUSSLLLTAHOH aud Morton responded Good night Ill meet you in hell before morning Almost before the words were out of his mouth AND THE- he lay stretched on the floor falling as if he had been struck with a club The people in the room ran to him and lift- Â¬ LETCHER COUNTY Â¬ Hazel Queen Hekald PUBLISHED BY SPENCER COOPER BRINKLEY GRUBBS DEALBna IN subscription 1AH1 InSI a Year Atlvnneo Aud Must lis TIME TAtfLE Kntucky and South Atlantic Railway Standard time 22 minutes elowertlirin Mt Sterling time No 1 leaves Mt BtealinR at 7 A Jr arrives nt Rothwell nt 8 10 A M NoS leaves Rothwell atO A M arrlrcs nt xMt Starling at 1050 A M leaves Mt Sterling at 140 P M arat 320 i M rives No 4 leaves Rothwell at 345a M arrives at Jit Sterling at r30 r M No 2 connects at Mt Sterling with 1105 A O railway M and1 157 l M trains on C for Lexington Cincinnati and Louisville No 3 connects at Mt Sterling with 1105 A 0 from the East and 13J M train on C PM train from Louisville and Cincinnati jrMontgomcry county court day special Heaves RoUiwcll on the 3rd Monday in each month at780 A M nrrivingttt Mt Sterling at 0 AM Returning leaves Mt Sterling tat 3 r M arriving at Uothwcll at 430 p M Leaves RothwcllTor Mt Sterling at 5 p M GEO II HARPER Supt STOVESTINPLATE SHEET IRON Tinners Stock Mantels Ktr And Matiufacturcrji of 5 Plain C62 tsmped and Japanned Tinware West Main Stukiit and 201 to 20 7nr St Io3 LOUISVILLE KY goodagentof either Â¬ nO Gin D LANCELLS ASTHMA CATARRH REMEDY WAKED Â¬ Â¬ sex in nil principal towns nnd cities in thfc V S to take orders for our new patent lovr priced solid Hronze or Nieklc Door Plate 1 loor Heln Street Number Ac From to f500 can be made in a very short time Fine outfit eases for samples FRKK Write for proof of what agents are doing and of unoccupied territory It will pay vnii to do no We refer to the editor of this paper who hu1 purchased one of our plate MICHIGAN DOOR PLATK CO Grand Rapids Mich lit h Â¬ H J CLARKE with 100AL P NEWS 1 6 CORRESPONDENCE Â¬ MORGAN COUNTY Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Rev VTohu CofTmnn and wife havo been holding a meeting Thoy havo preach Micro the paat week od many interesting sermons for us nnd Mrs CoflFmim fcings somo of the sweet est Bongs I over heard They arc earn- Â¬ est workers for the Master and I can heartily bid them God speed V B Lykins and wife and others of Ezkl Sept lievers Carson Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 637 West Main Street Iltl V ltliis place arc attending tho Baptist Association near Trencliburg in Mcncfee county Capt Roberts the well known drum mer through this section has been con Â¬ LOUISVILLE WITH Â¬ Â¬ r L 7s W y the church this trip Miss Emma Goodwin of this place who has been teaching school on Cuucy ibad to dismiss school for two weeks past She on account of flux in that section will begin again this week if sickness will permit Died On tho 30th ult of something like croup infant child of C G Ficldri It was a dear little pet and much sym- Â¬ pathy was manifest forthu bereaved ones on the day of burial Miss Rachel Pierce of Frenchburg is visiting relatives at this place Doil Nickell who has been out Weal returned homo a few days ago Mrs S J and Miss Genoa Prater are visiting relatives at this place Aunt Martha Nickell wife of Jo D Nickell isquito ill Rev J R Nickell do Ds brother passed through here to- Mlay and will be with them a few days Charley Sample who has been clerking at Knoxvillo Tcnn has returned home No doubt there is a sweet piece of nature in this country that he could not bear tbe thought of not seeing once in a while Anyhow he has come homo to stay -- lined to liis room at tho Pieratt House for Koveral days with flux He is now some better Ezel is to liavo sidewalks on all the M Pieratt him streets boforo winter commenced and is also having a stone walk laid in front of his residence which i3 tho nicest thing yet Q G Daniel bought last week of J V Christian near this place a tract of laud for which he paid 275 Rev J Jf Downing preached one of the biggest sermons at this place las week that woluivo heard in many a day Rev D G Combs was home a few days ago lie hud fifty five additions to J Â¬ WA WOllD Cathright Harbison SADDLERY HARNESS AND COLLARS 707 J Â¬ 705 t 71 1 W MAIN STKKET LOUISVILLE KY J I OK K lleadijtiartcrs Jit Sterling Ky TrRNKIt G reen tl Will rii kmntini Wholchule Dealers in Hufakcr Co BOOTS AND SHOES i -- Tabor Ringos heat W Main M LOCISVILLK KY Mt Sterling eery County Couit ing him up they saw his closed eyes nnd livid face looking for all the world like death Ho was BtritT Froo Trado Tho reduction of internal revenue and tho taking off of revenue stamps from Proprietary Medicines no doubt ia largely benefited tho consumers as well as relieving the burden of homo miuiu fiicturers Especially is this tho cne vith Greens August Flower and Busohee h German Syrup as tho reduction of thirtycents per dozen has been added t -six increase the size of the bottles containing these remedies therein giving one fifth more medicine in the 5 cents size The August Flower for Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint aud the German Svrup for Cough and Lung troubles have perhaps tho largest sale of any medicines in the Tho advantage of increased size world of the bottles will bo greatly appreciated by the sick and alllieted in every town ind vitiligo in civilized countries rim plo bottles for ten cents remain tho name izo MAGOFFIN COUNTY gently laid buck on the floor and Weekly Hoskins the nearest phyisiciau was called He aw at once that the Will lie sent to any address one year for mau was not dead but thought he had an epileptic stroke or had taken poison 0NLY- 0NLY of some kind After working with him some lime consciousness was restored but ho could not move himself or sneak In order to accommodate our patrons wo After vainly attempting to sneal or have made arrangement lv which we can arise he motioned for puner and pencil mriiiidi Tiik JIkkaiu and NKW YORK which were given him The first thing WOULD to ctlur with stihserihtrs choice most liberal premiums he wrote was the address of his brother of the WORLDS following valuable book consisting of the and askcrl to telegraph for him He next wrote When I made my last remark I U S was nearer hell than I thought Motion was subsequently sent to his home Ho evidently regarded his ufllic tion as a punishment Among those who saw the occurrence and vouch for the truth of the story aro Iwiac Roberts All for the unprocedcntedly low price of proprietor of the Arlington and scvetal other persons well known locally Dr let Tmt 1 if Hack Rothwell flfcay DAILY BETWEEN Disease Cnrefl Wloit Medicine A MARVELOUS INVENTION FOB HEALING TIIK SICK AND OONQCEn 1NO VAIN A VlabIDlifOTCirTforiDppljlny Hitnrllia to thsba Bin ijil- - fclcrtrlellr and llignttlim OuUitd M Neicr llefors for IlciUag the blek J M lation and Hazel Green A 2G0 Cijnnects with trains on Ky A S railroad morning and evening Ffvck GO iDcZn and careful drivers Evory Attention to ageno arffiro nRntnstphrslclani or tho medical fraternity Kcncrallr Tlitfrptioro of use fulneiHlalnnroainl wo tli slro to aid them tn fur nlshlntr auxiliary moanfl for curing the sick The honest pliyniclnn occupies a high jilicoln publlo esteem and deserretlly no too While our April ancos aro not a panacnx f orevery in they aro what wo claim for thcin anil vrlll ntronl a peeuy cure oft ontlnica after uodlclncshaTufaUed to give relief TTo Ladios Children 6ENUINE HAGKET1C Send fcUe APPLIANCES CLASSIFIED fl Leave Hazel fireen li a in ar Roth well - p in Lv Rothwell at 0 a m ar Hazel Jrcen 0 p m omfortable hacks Â¬ foot and bad MARMCTin IMSQLESforcold pair by nuUL TIHUIlkllU clrvulntlon Jl per of thoe worn Ms Sond for circulars History of the History of England Everybody3 Guide Two Dollars a Year 11 upralmd wrists etc rftcoJ porpulr Hcndmoanuruof wiitt Send for circular for inmo weak anklot lrlco BondsUo liinuHlllU ANKLETS 8coch and ofnnklo fond for circular L EPNQ CAP for nci ou ITIHUIibl IV iiMirulin dlpcpltSB- ncss Catarrh etc rnco Vi by mall Send for circular nlAurjkTlu MflGfiPTIC SCIATIC SHIELDS ifKuniip will poi I Rut buy Kellys STEEL axe It i the most perfect live made Also bin STEEL horse shoes They will outwear iron And use STEEL nails Thev cost the fame as iron For sale in Hazel Green by The re tn price of either of thce books ft SWANfiO i Annual are often ntHieted with a dis is J0U ami they cannot be had lor less ease culled the mange the same disease The Xkw York Would is the leading W T CAS KEY in litimim hiinct ia ii11ril thn - itch utirl Democratic paper of the United State and o F MctilMPE is highly contagious to cure it mix flour as u family paper it has no rival its circulaCo tion being more than double that of any 11 McLeans Vol of sulphur with IV MT STERLING KY other paper on the American Continent canic Oil Liniment but lie it thoroughly who desire to take advantage Agents for Eastern Kentucky and take Dr J H McLeans Liver and of this liberil otfer should call on or ad Kindiey Balm Sold by G B Swango tlrws the Tin JlruUn at once The cash iiuiht accompany every order with 10 Hazel Creen pay posfagc on book c en t extra fTft EEN aULLETs NEW CALL AND SKI- TIIK HOOKS VltLtl Into tltc Hotly of it IiHnuailoIiiU II GILLIS Turimrnt Xaellou Tor Livery Sale and Feed Stable WITH In- LouisvitiU- Ky Sin torn her l Â¬ 1 hip dlsraso Ue 1rlco J J Pond elzo of waist and hciiu ror cirriunrs CAP for rcntleroen HflnPTJfi titiubliirirtiTi jiitvoiis iipndache neuraisriu or catarrh vil Rl o relief Immriilately 1 riCO BD each t liil Hlzn nf lint unrti Knrl fni- clreulars MflR3P7IP 1 fNp-- reduco tho knee WnpHCTift LUriC PROTECTOR3 aro lunjrf modlairlv lrlcu n ndf iroliculai j vellln CAPforrhonmatlsm In nnd reitoro to natural nizo 93 fiiclitiy mall BcndsUoof I Chiles S V Thompson rThose tarrli Bicslali Thev prwken- und euro cold rheumatltm ii iuiiumn wiroiM irouDieM ana ca Irlco 8S Send for circular vlth toU MAGNETIC McWillianis Co benollt to eloculloulUH public fpoaltiTs nnd ilnc ore They ftrtiiKtben the vocnl conU and prevent uuiivui uu l n im IIL t nicumr irico 51 cacu uy iur mll Vtil v ui 1K InZ aKLDBtmmus l f I - - formation was received Vie tonight of the killing of Jack Turner at Pineville Hell county Kentucky Friday Turner was the leader of one party in a moun Â¬ tain vendetta which has lasted more than twenty years Hesides his father-in-law w w Hun lame Ick fsver sorts and Iht- - lpirilrm fmvn nwiulpt nnl yewai praup ror their medical iimlltlog and fori niu t iiruHiwi nirinuoj are worn Irlco Slpshl by rnail Send xizo of leg around calf and ankU M Bend lYIHUnCllb tarlcop ln1 MAGNETIC tlfttlnl jlilliAl-nillli-tkl- for cout rlieuraa fur circular MT STKULIXCi KY McCORD AYDELOTT Droyers and Trad rs Hadsuarters tiii UJoiur3 fUl VllfortO tllO Hlinln llMlll lMvnnnf habit and Initial rod nifriiiKnnwnr win u1rihm iini a Talunblo roiiipauion Trice SS poiV by Uj hvuuii- - vuicniy rcinoroa l UIIUT IU IIIU1P3 BIIU WUpiriS WOIIUCr nji PRTWXTnlsBfc each mall L paid Bind for circular Sept 51 After a silence wo will give you a few items 5ong from tmr place Man led Lust week Wiley lM fl to Miss ICuto Minix of Middle Fork also Kptfun Gullet to Miss Mauda Harney both of this place Wo wish them all tho pleasure life can bestow Uuell P Simeris erecting a new house -- amuel S P Simer and Robert Reed are ho Workmen Johnsons Fonif -- Tho kcliool ift llU plueo is progressing flnulv Under L U Davis as instructor Mr Jt WllllMin if Middle Fork 1 Hon Parish Arnelt of Sulyorsvillo is in thin section buying mineral rightt nml has already bought a largo quantity W T Perkins of hieya Crock vm visiting Ids sister AVolfn connty lr 7 P Simor oilu day lust week vWthx tvlAthv H WwMltg -- t thl jiiace Th trHAtcv of ibid school dUtrict ww Hcltool llOUfO Hell county js one of the wildest ami IiiwIcm of tin monntuln comities un touched until recently Mo never having V jury which win impun tyy a riulroHuS cjid after the murder found tliat Jftcfc diepute he had killed and brother-in-lathree or four men among them the Sheriff of the county The murder of the latter occurred about four weeks ago Xo 013 West Main St while that ofiieiul and a pos o were attaining Tumors party who made a desperate rcitauco fmiii a barricaded house Turner was urn Med nnd being uuubto to obtain any one to go on his bond was eompoHodto put up the amount in hard cash from his own funds This ho did n he is well off At the time of MiiniifaetrirerKaud Wholesale Dealers in the murder he was walking down the principal street of Pineville lie hud arrived oppoMlothe leading hotel of the place when a volley from a party of men AND concealed in one of the front rooms felled him Instantly When hU hotly was ex Â¬ amined it wiis found that it hud been iiiorced by llftoon bullets from Winches ter rifle and one loud of buekshnt The No fill tfniit Strcvt 10 ttmuiiev St vendetta allndcd tonrijtlnntod Inufumiiy Wholesale Hatters The nttewtiou of horse and mule dealer especially invited to our facilities fop the handling of stock and wc invite all trai rs of Wolfe and adjoining counties u call on ti when in the citv is MAGNETIC KJDM5y OEfeTS for Kn - ii IWSIIM CIJ tUIU Ula iiivaM If without medicine Intn till tho iuwiiiullA11l In lftV LI i iiiiui iitr iuun ucniiiiy lumimiro Keiiernl debility rhuumntlMnparoIMitiirnlBla itciatlca dleah- of tho kklneyn torpid lier mm Inal cnilinioh lntotcni heart diieae dytpeu ia InillRistlon hernia or rupture lille oto Con hUitatlM fieo lrlca of licit with MnRnctlo In- M I - - mih rlu- - wv iivuu niiiiauiv u Huiu unusizooi uviiu tur cirvuinrvt soo Louisville Ky IJTGEYEB01I I THE JEWELER MAGNETIC I Â¬ Boots Shoes ttapviwontcil by J Louitfvillo Ky llostoivMns imt k H Dlnokbnni itrsT conns MM i r wr muxi y - am how located nejir IKAXY KY id am prepared to rumir W Ti IHNMVT RY SEWING MACIIINKS CIOCKM Charge- icaMHiabh- and work warrntcd te I handle the Rest Rolled Plate lewliv mjp as lhacelcts Iaec Pius Scuil Pin A e you want a Milid gold ring i cm save money In fuct it you want a silu r or M watch or clock or anything in my liiu m curely will Hive money bv piiieliHliu of in I Mmll hetp on hand rtne Itlbh p f trnph Alliums School Honks Ac al keep for Sale T R Smith lltilmim and Htauiilyiii Mini IIchIIiik Soap In try till Mian if you whiiI your Mu to l pretty I al kep the best mw lug maclilei oil ami needliM ulll attend the llui tlrow stouk Shu nnd the Wit Llleit Court oue tritilliif with ma to amount of 10 nt uiie time will nwttvftllii IlKitiu oiiu ymr mh a prueiil J T THVUDON Jonolor Ihniy K - iiiMii iietirnlKin ncrvmiw cxbaiutlontly PciiMi or tih UIm asen of the llvcrhldnej head ache 01 cold t Inmo lintk tnWing of tho womb leuco rhira chrcnlo liillniiimatloii of tho wiimbikn abdominal belt and a lmlruf Mnwietloroot Ilattri It have no yutwrlorn In tho relh f and cum of thwo complulnt They a nini net Ic forco to tlmteat of the dfie is IVIcatirnoft with Muu netlo Fool Ilatterles 910 fcent by mAmm learo crcM WiuVandfto of ho of 1 MSNnc W R0t andumlmjto imnil ilV Iiini iIIohm oilier lulnta which tiHltlii llu phyiicu of oilr 130 each with liuole Bend mraur of iitnS Ulrmrnt III ill iirrll kj linl ol 1 lr o KKStr3 it elr iiVi rfl TViV 7ii - r lwo VMimniUir vi J0ny m THEMAUNtrrifi Aiwirtivni -111 vI LV V1T V T K i t fi ifc V 4-- -- W