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Migr j JjLAZEL SPENCER COOPER Owner and Editor liREEN HERALD -- - MK - - - - umummt T - jy J Devoted to the Develeyaieat ef XasUra Keatacky - 0A YEAR Always lnAlvan- VOL ISAAC III HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 23 1887 Spencer CoorEK Chas COOPER M m 29 W MAPEL AttorneYj-at-La-v m t2il Jm A Remarkable Man and IIoBored Citizen Natchez from yellow fever by rigid Una Passed to Ills Reward quarantine against New Orleans and oy Yill prctico in all the Courts of Volfe Cincinnati Enquirer invitatiou of ithe Legislature of Louisijjowcli Menifee and Hreathitt conntimi GENERAL Frankfort Ky September 14 Ex ana ho established the jpreocni quaran Â¬ Titles examined abstracts furnished tax Governor Luke P Blackburn who was tine system below Now Orleans real csttc bought s paid for non resident In 1855 Mrs Blackburn died aud the Governor of Kentucky from 1879 to 1883 ana sold Collections a specialty died here this afternoon at half past two Doctor afterward in 1857 made a voyage oclock nfter a lingering illness of bcvct to Europo for the purpose of visiting tho JOHN H EVANS al months lie had a heart affection that more prominent European hospital and HAZEL GREEN KY UAZEL GREEN KY gradually weakened Iiitn and the physi Â¬ study the systems there obtaining in tho Have the treatment of diseases of which he had Depositions wish to sell atfollowing property which they cians expected his death months ago but made study Examiner once and parties desiring to ho exhibited a rcmnrkablo vitality and a In Paris ho met Miss Wolfo secure bargains will find it to their interest lived sevoral days in a perfectly comatose Julia M Churchill of Kentucky whom Respectfnully aolicitia the patronage of the to inspect the property We will trade some condition Last Saturday tho doctors he married and with whom ho passed it grass public and will attend promptly to all bus ofNo to blue acres land Write ns 1 73 of land on Laurel Creek noticed a decided change for the worse throuch tho most eventful and stirring to hia care iness entrusted Wolfe county 4H miles from Hazel Green and after that he was uuablo to recognize poriod of his life Returning to America COWARP CONSCIENCE Good dwcllinghouscand outbuildings well anyone Last night hie lower limbs be Â¬ lie located at New Orleans When tho T SWANGO watered good timber fine apple orchard gan to grow cold and hia friends knew Civil War broke out he espoused tho A Dying Man Conroatos the Harder of W coal veins c School Companion fourteen Yearn the end was near aud ho expired quietly cause of the South In fact he was an UAZEL GREEN KY AgoniR long TVanriortaff ORIGINAL SECESSIONISTNo 3 One two story dwelling built in this afternoon without over regaining Deputy County Court Clerk of Wolfe 188 containing six rooms good outbuildi- consciousness Andqno of tbo most ardent Ho became Perryville Ala 6opt The last words were ngs a well of never failing water beautiful spoken by him Saturday and were Oh attached to the stall of General Stirling strango whito manwhosomomonthBngo to him Will attend to all busings entrusted grounds well set with rare and valuable how bright is religion All his imme- Â¬ Price as surgeon In fact all the Black- settled in tho neighborhood of Fairvicw promptness and dispatch shrubbery and a fine assortment of fruit diate family were here except his brother burn family were enthusiastic secession- Â¬ giving tho name of George Wakes took tc The betgarden one in who entered the When doctor him his Ea B WHmr Of Elliott County grapes most desirable dwellings into townfound Senator Joo Blackburn services is will New ist Captain Toohjs brother armyas a sick hopeless tho sent fortold Adams case of the be A sister was take private as did York Tho funeral ho anU Mr in Hazel Green Situated on the height WITH mo leading to the celebrated Swnngo Springs place from tho Episcopal Church Friday Mrs Morris a woman with a character asking to be left alone ho mado mqyiing at eleven oclock that of any woman that ever him Co j about midway between the center of town Uonickofficiating assiatcd byRev E A as Jovely asunceasing in her oflarta to remarkable confession toHe said to want My timo has como and the Springs the rector livedj was die and I 210 W Market St Louisville Ky of Christ Church of Louisville of which alleviate the Bufferings of the Southern you to see that wjhat I havo to tell you iti No 4 315 acres of land qn Laey Creek 2 he was a consistent member Solicits the patronage of Eastern Kentucky His remains captives at Camp Douglas Many of mado public My name ia not George miles south of Hazel Green on main road will be interred in the Frankfort Ceme- Â¬ these remember her with gratitude and Wakes but Leo Simmons tiar Blank Uooks lilauks c I wao boni to Campton has about 200 actcs of good would today bo proud to subscribe to in Dallas Tex and am now twenty Bovcti tery timber and an inexhaustable quantity ol the JO C LYKINS The death of Ex Governor Blackburn the erection of a monument to her mem- Â¬ years of ago My father whoso namo finest quality of splint and bituminous and takes from the stage of action a promi Â¬ ory The Legislature of Mississippi ap- was William SimmonB is dead nnd in County Attorney Roal Estate Agont some fine quality of canncl coal nent actor in the busy scene of life propriated 50000 and placed the money buried nt Evergreen Tex My mothers and Notary Public No 5 100 acres of land 2 miles south Dr Luke P Blackburn had been for in tho hands of Dr Blackburn for the maiden namo was Lanford When 51 and Ad- east Practices in all Courts in Wolfe of Hazel Green fine farming land 60 half acentury in positions to attract to use and benefit of tho soldiers of the last hoard from her aho was living at joining Counties and Court of Appeals acres in cultivation nearly all bottom land him a large share of the attention of his State wherever found Afterward Gov Ouachita Station Ouachita county Ark jSSrColluctions a dpeciulty in good neighborhood and convenient to countrymen and where jpublic trusts ernor Pettis commissioned him to go to After father diecj and when I was but Campton Wolff County Ky schools and cuprchca were placed 3n hia hands he nevor failed the borders and superintend tho furnish Â¬ thirteen years of ago my mother sent mo 7T C BAKER To to school Thqro a cousin of my own No 0 600 teres of land the Hurvoybc- - to justify the confidence reposed in him ing of supplies by blockade runnors on the Standing Rock corner of Hewa3 a strong impulsive man vigor- Â¬ carry out this commission ho joined his namowas my companion Ono day in ce Powell aud Wolfo counties 10 miles ous of mind and body tenacious of his family in Canada in 186 1 At this time returning homo I got mad with him 3 from Campton on the head waters of the devoted to the yellow fever had broken out in the wont homo got my fathers Bhotgun opinions Graining Block Fork of Red River It is ownprofession and thoroughly was born Bermuda Island and in response to a watched for m cousin his y Dr Blackburn and shot liim entirely covered with a virgin forest of pine JACKSON KY poplar oak walnut hickory and chctnut June 16 1816 in Woodford county Ken- request of the Goyernor Gencral of dead That night I stayed out until tho Blackburn went to the family went to bed when I stoio in for tucky His father Edward Jt but Canada timber J A TAULBEE better known as Ned Blackburn was island to assist the afflicted citizens and my clothes and since that night I haye soldiery The services ho rendered were not looked upon the faco of my mother EDUCATED AS A LAWYER No 7 10 acres of land most of which lieu iu the corporate limits of Hazel Green But soon abandoned the law and became recognized in an official way by the My peoplo aro all wealthy and when on the road leading from town to Swango one ojE the moat considerable farmers Brittish Government they hear that I am buriod hcrp tlujy Springs joins No 3 andi3 known as the Mrs and stockraisecs of the State His taste Jackson Breathitt County will send for my body A TERRIDLE CIIARGE Eiiza Trimble tract Can be laid off into Ho went on to say that from the age During the time he was thus engaged the most desirable town lots in Hazel Green as those of his decendants ran towardÂ¬ KENTUCKY the thoroughbred horse and the Black- exposing his life for others it was charged of thirteen to twentj soven ho had never It is newly fenced and in cultivation burn stock became famous in their day tuat ur uiacifDurn nau uouocraieiy stayed a whole month in one place lie R ELMER NORTHCUTT No 8 One house and lot an Northwest Not a few of the best racers in tho coun- Â¬ caused a large quantity of clothing In- made his way through tho Indians over Hazel Green ner the common school build- try trace their lineage to Blackburns fected with yellow fever to be shipped land to Californiaj followed tho Pacific PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ing good new dwelling house with four whip Old Ned Blackburn was a man from the Bermudas to Washington for coast north nnd in time returning tr rooms good outbuildings gnrden ic HAZEL GREEN KY of character and his sons all attained to the purpose of introducing the terrible the States had traveled over everyone ol Oqice A great them always being haunted by thomem Office over W T Caikcys store No 9 2000 acres of land on Koutuoky some distinction or anothor Captain J scourge into the Capital City C S Blackburn was long a Congressman noise was made about the matter at tho ory of his crime and fooling reraorso fot hours 8 to 11 A M and to 1 r M River and Frozen Creek Breathitt county vAslht 7 miles below Jackson on the surveyed lines and is now United States Senator from timo and the testimony of somo inform- Â¬ his abandonment of his mother All calls attended to day or night of the Kentucky Union and Cincinnati and Kentucky Captain James Blackburn is ers was taken in support of the charge hour of death appronched Jio grev Ky Southeastern railroads It h covered with a like his father lawyer and farmer and There was oven some investigation into plaintive in his protestations but nt no DAY HOUSE Hazel Green Newly Pitted and Refurnished heavy forest of the finest timber iu the State resides at the old farm near Sprang Sta- tho matter in Canada but Ahc result timo would ho allow his attendants to xv The bc t the market affords will be found including oak walnut poplar ash fcc and tion on the Louisvillo and Lexington except in tho minds of thobo prejudiced move tho covering from hjs person l upon the table at all times and tho public is underlaid with inexhaustible veins of can Railroad Luke P studied medicine at against the doctor and the South which was noj until death ibafl aromovod liis patronage is respectfully solicited Guetsta nel and bituminous coal the old Transylvania Medical College at lie reprcscntca was an exoneration irom power of resistance that Aho reason yn will have joe and other luxuries to be had No 10 About 87 acres of land on Lacy Lcxincton which was a famous institu the awful charge Jt was in such terri- Â¬ mado plain Thero were fdundiipon hip in first class country hotels In connection fine stable for homes and shed room for Creek lM miles from Hazel Green has a tion in its day perhaps the foremost of ble contrast tto the eminon physicians body seventeen gashes cut with a knife 4s a vehicles in charge pf good hostler Pastur good barn is well fenced about 30 acres in its kind in the United States After life nnd the attempt so abortive consid from ono and a half to seven inches long grass an apple orchard some timber u well graduating he befjan the practice of his ering the experience with such infected These aqara woro on his sides ace for horscK On his watered and is good farming land HORATIO TUTTLB Lessee profession in Lexington where ho mar- articles that the chargo soon faded from back wero two gashes one throo incliCK Mus LOU DAY Matron An infected ship in tho mother seven inches long Tho scar of No 11 265 acres 4 mileB southeast of ried Miss Ella Guest Rosewcll daughter the public mind Hazel Green on Red River coal bank 52 in of Dr Joseph Rosewcll of that pace 1856 introduced the dreaded tcourgo to a bullet wound was found on his right OMBS HOUSE ches thick 1MO acres ot unc poplar oak and Ho was yet nottwcntyyearnof npe when Fort Washington Long Island and by arm It lookod us if ho had run thq other timber 35 acres in cultivation 2 gcotl tho cholera broke out in Versailles the invitation of the Mayor of Now York ho gauntlet of many a hard fight His body KY CAMPTON dwelling houftcs and outbuildings 2 wells of county seat of Woodford This was in gave his time and services to tho people was buriod ia ithe graveyard of PopeV never tailing water and good young orchard 1835 This was the first opportunity he of the afilictcd district refusing compen church two hundred persons wijuosmng S COMBS Proprietor S J No 12 250 acres on Gillmore Creek 5 had of displaying thatwonderful faculty sation but tho infected ship nnd cloth tho interment The patronage of the traveling public is miles south of Hazel Green good coal and fine of controlling infectious diseases which ing from Bermuda and their alleged respectfully solicited Table the bcHt and timber good dwelling barn and outbuild- distinguished his after career Foo Trad After handling in Washington seemed to have every attention for the comfort of guests ings fine orchcrd ot 1000 bearing apple trees some of the local physicians had sacrifi- done no harm at all The reduction of internal revenue ana ELECTED GOVERNOR ced their lives and the others had lied tho taking off of revenuo atamps from V No 13 1G0 acres on Gillmore Creek 5 ADAMS HOUSE Blackburn Ky scourge In 1807 Dr Blackburn returned to the Proprietary Medicines no doubt har miles south of Hazel Green good timber and from the dreadful answeredDr tho call to United States and engaged iu plantingin large ly benefited the consumers as wojl alone for days coal dwelling burn orchard tc G B Adams Proprietor LcxingUm for medical ujkl Thi the State of Arkansas where his wifo as relieving tho burden of homo manu Â¬ In 1872 he returned facturers Especially is this tho can No 14 100 acres on Lower Devils Creek ENDEARED HIM TO WOODFORD TEOrLE had a plantation This old and well known house ha been refitted and refurnished and is in Wolfe county south of Campton on the And when the cholera disappeared they to Kentucky when he resumed the with GrconsAugustFlower and Boschccf thoroughly now open for the reception of the public surveyed line of KcntuckvUuion railroad invited Dr Blackburn to settle among practice of his profession at Louisville German Syrup as tho reduction of thirv Nothing Shall be Lett Undone to Make good timber including white pine poplar them Thia he did and established quite When yellow fever broke out in Mem ty fiix cents per dozen has been added to G B Adams oak c Guest Comfortable a lucrative practice no also entered into phis he tendered his aid In 1878 Dr increase the size of thebottleacofltainin No 15 About 1G0 acres on Gillmore the manufacture of bagging and rope Blackburn announced himself a candidate these remedies thereby giving ono fiftb WORKING He was more mediojne in tho 75 cents size Tii Creek 4 miles south of Hazel Owen fully but tho finaucial depression of 1839 for Governor of Kentucky furnsh all classes with employment at home 100 acres of fine timber veins of best quality ruined thin business In 1843 he was opposed by Judge Lindsay of the Court August Flower for Dyspepsia and Liver the whole of the time or for their spure oi spuiiiana uuuiuiuuus uuui guuu uwuum electcJ to tho Legislature and when his of Appeals During the canvass a yellow Complain and the Germim Syrup for momenta Biwinens new light and profita barn and out buildings good farming Ian term expired he removed to Natchez fever epidemic broke out in Southwest- Cough and Lung troubles have porbapfe able Persons of either box easily earn from There he resumed tho med- Â¬ ern Kentucky Dr Blackburn at once the largest sale of any medicines in the CO cents to 5 per evening and a proportion No 10 70 acres on Gillmore Creek AM Mississippi to the miles south of Hazel Green 15 acres good ical practice aud acquired a reputation tendered his services to the afilictcd peo Â¬ world Tho advantago of increased sire ate sum by devoting all their tune In of tho bottles will be greatly appreciated business Boys and girls earn nearly as much bottom land an apple orchard of 40 bearing for knowledge and slcill over tho entire ple is usual without compensation as men That all who sec this may send trees good dwelling house and outbuildings South When the yellow fever broke gratitude for his course they gave him a by tho sick and afflicted In every town ilieir add resi and tet the business we make good well underlaid with coal rjtcbersuUi out in Now Orleans in 1848 Dr Black- Â¬ hearty support in his raco for Governor and village in civilized countries Sam Â¬ this offer To such as arc not well satisfied cient for farming purnosca burn was Health Officer of Natchez Ho got the nomination and in 1879 was ple bottles for tea cents remain tho budk we will send one dollar to pay for the trouHo was instructed to establish a quaran- Â¬ duly elected and inaugurated size outfit ble of writing Full particulars and No 17 129S acres on Kentucky Rivcr at PRISON REFORM Co the mouth of Holly Creek in Wolfe and tine which ho did so effectually that it Free Addrcii Glionaj Stlnaon The Shcrifia are pouring monoy into One of the first things he did for J81y Portland Maine Breathitt counties fine coal developed and attracted tho attention of tho country bo gratefully remem Â¬ the Stato Treasury in a manner ndver known as the Ruse and Ilollon coal banks Dr Blackburn studying infectious dis which ho will ever eases always held that velioy fever was in- Â¬ bered was to revolutionize tho conduct before kuown Though thero is tho usu Â¬ fine timber two fectious and transmissible and upon that of tho Kcntuky penitentiary which was al complaint about hard times No 18 113 acres on Devils Creek Wplfe theory he guarded against its introduction at that tjino in a horrible condition collections of taxes havo been made county 3 miles southeast of Camutuu fine to Natchf z He established hospitals for overcrowded and unhealthy a rooking within the present year owing to the canncl coal 7 feet thick known as the Ilobbs yellow fever patients meeting with great den of tilth moral and physical He change made by the revenue lw the I have located k a up am will keep ou ooal bank fine timber success On the strength of it tho Gen- threatened if tho Legislature did not do people all over the State seem to have nio lint ut Ezel Mor hand a paid up more promptly than over before to improvo a gan county f of Jloeks Jow- BOOKS eral Government established Dr marineÂ¬ somethingtho prison ho tho condition of The school teachers will now bo promptly would exerciso Black things in hospital at Natchez making elrv and Wnti icH Also u lincof flue Spec- Elrgnnt Educational Standard Best Most burn Surgeon of it a position ho held for the jmdoning power by thn wholosalo paid the Stato debt groatly dimiiiigueJ taeles and Eye glonscs Will sell goods ut pity prices aud guarantee satisfaction Re UkcIuI in ho won a emu most linpia saie many years Afterward ten others were lie began by pnrdoning all tho boys and thus cutting off interest urn the tax rate pairing a speciultvand work warranted Ho lowered in tho futuro All this is due UH I C UAUIIAI Contains Hundreds of established on tho same plan and the girls and nearly all tha women T F CARR liiLU O ninnunu Soolnl Commercial and Blackburn system of manno hospitals is comnclled tho keener to aiinnly wholc- - to the new revenue 1W and what ti Respectfully Ac Legul Forms Standard Authority Newly the one now in voguo throughout lie Mme fooi and proper medical attendance more tho rich are now comnclled to U1LL1S Illustrated Enlarged and Corrected to tho country to the prisoner Air jJiacKuurn intro show tin much of their heretofore hidden Latest Date wmi Dr Blackburn aiter his Versailles duced a system for tho improvement of proporty and share the bunion of Ux 0M Portraits 1 experience gave much of his timo to tho their morals and iu many ways aided tioM aliko with tho poor Af RUM Glvc Let not tho HILL K 200 Biogrs phioR lrtoo II- AYDELOTT McCOBD of contagioiiH rliHenscfl and arrived tho prisoners in tho work of self redemp Â¬ Legislature iam per with tho hw Iwfr btv luhtrutions Several In Color of Eminent study botch itilenderson Gleaner People Their Work and Thoirijuocou Very at the conclusion that oxernption from tion Tho mewugfs of the Governor to Asiatic cholera might be obtained by the tho LcgUlaturo were ea vigorous that fiolllug Fast Elegunt Old people suffer much from dUotilim Agont1 wuntod In every county to whom uao of pure Hoft wajcr liko that in good they nrqiwed tho inteiost of thu country of the urinary organ hh4 am nIwmva Territory and Liberal cistonih IIo boliovod that ho diflcovored and the rosult was ft provision for wo give excluvlvn gratified nt tha wonderful Drt But u liability to cholora from the urn of well brmmh pujiltentiary ut Kddyvlllo Tornu elegant pictorial Cirtulurv Free town wolls Hi waa for his vigor in thus rotting up tha prls S H McLean I4w ami KWy Ifctlut water especially of No GJH Vuat St t 1100 AdHll STANDARD BOOK CO Htroug in IIiIh belief to tho lust and was on ovil and nrovhlluif for tho great iu In bftulKuiu gold Hy G 8wMjte mm alwnyx ready to maintain hia cjoarinia crewel iu tho numlwr of prisoner th PUIUSHER8 r wpviot qiivatiou nhlph ho given Kw Gm Against comer Ptrept CHICAGO J03 And Real Estate Aoent nAZEL GREEN KY Fallen II C JlERNDON DEATH OFEX GOV BLACKBURN B8TABLT81IING QUARANTINES Jn 1854 Dr Blaokburn again protected HERNDOK FALLEN Â¬ X list i Igetet for of county Â¬ ituckyao much trouble in thep8 few years would remain with her to be fe source of over recurring anaoyanco anil popular discontent Siuce hie retirement from tho Governorship Dr JBlackburn has led a quiet life Ho saidwhen mak Â¬ ing the raco for Govcrnor that ho had no other political ambition and ho appcareU to have nono His last moments wore checredby tho presence of his dovoted wifo their Bon JDrCary Blackburn thu doctors brothers and sister Mrs Flour noy and a number of other dear friends His mind appeared to bo quito clear to the last Kentucky has lost a good if notR great man m - 1 Â¬ 16A Â¬ Henry Knopfel Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Attorney t Law Â¬ JPhysicianand Surgeon yR Jr D Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ X Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ eLASSIATraikT Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ad Â¬ Â¬ TH0SK HILLS Â¬ WH Â¬ 1 Wholesale Hatters Mm oiainvillo Ky Ml tir trUii wl 1 Itatf Mr - I36S iL i I irJfintttito gPBNGBR ljteo tlt Afee Utelo tt t J I- B Ufe IW B r TV s r fer r r jit- - ii v k k ant fAMarga without flags pine board platform KENTUCKY drancrv or decorations bad been ercctP AAZEL GREEN A ttV TrkA In v VU 111 lltu ml1Mn rt wru Pticnn llllllliu VA 4llA iv steps led up to it Upon rough wooden HIS SECOND WIFE tho platform was a curious upright la silence sho rises machine with a lover behind it and a Her low drooping head rnde chair in front of it Around the To list whllo ha praises Ib dead Tho wife who platform and close up to it the sol- Â¬ And over he cohocs tho old rbrrala diers wore massed Back of them fill- Â¬ MOh that Wa life ing all tiiq space away to tho wallfi of With ouch a wlfo I tho bouses that inclosed the square Poor Susan Amanda Matilda Jane was the great concourse of people t was Jdlo She never Sho never would tire All knew what was about to occur Her temper could bridle and tho solemnity of the occasion hushed Hor servants inspire the multitude to silence But here and And ever her virtues ho sangacain No ono could bo tliero throughout tho crowd thcro was Llko her to me a low murmur of conversation hardly Poor Susan Amanda Matilda Jane T loud enough to bo noticed from the She never spont money v platform which was soon tilled with Was over contonl th6 actors in tho dreadful tragedy new bounot To have a Would nevorconsont j These murmured talks wero of course Vet Bummer or winteror shino or rain mainly in the Spanish language and Would never stay tho following which was overheard away From church His Susan Amanda Matilda Janel and translated to mo by an American will serve us a fair sample of the early Was never loo Was never too late whole ner dinner was ready v A bad man a vile hombre Or ready to wait should- - see again Ah yes vialcdiUo and our illus- Â¬ But ahl ho never With mortal eyes Captain General trious and noblo Such pcerlesB pies Concha does well to summarily exe- Â¬ Susan Amanda Matilda Janol Toor cute him What sayest thou Gould sow on his buttons Jiucno I was born in Old Castile Darn back stitch aud hem and I hate the Americanos who arc Each button a picture Each darn was a gem always plotting and conspiring to A vision of beauty a pearl without stain But wrest our fair Cuba from us When ho was thoro what has become of this fellows com- Â¬ His woos to share Poor Susan Amanda Matilda Janet patriots What dost not know Fifty two In silence she listens of the cut throats wero taken just out- Â¬ Till sudden there lies An ember that glistens side the walls and shot Two hundred Deep down in hor eyes M more at least are in our dungeons To prolan her yet fui tucr to me is vain AV On quoth she and I hope the same may haimcu to Rcgrots likeine them Poor HuBan Amanda Matilda Jano The other gave an emphatic gesture Charlotte- W Thurston in Harpers Magazine of assent and was just about to make some reply when a procession of at least two dozen persons passed be- Â¬ tween two fong ranks of soldiers with ascended the shouldered muskets A Tale of Buried Treasure Cuban Revolt stens and fdled the platform There and Adventure Upon the Seas Were moro than a dozen guards then were several oilleers representing the Captain General so brilliant with their 2CNT ITOCJJR PAKTS gaudy uniforms that they looked like a pageant there was a priest with BY JAMES FRANKLIN FITTS somber robes and look aud tliero was Copyright 18S7 by The A W Kellogg Ntwtpoper ono man in civilians dress who in Company stantly riveted upon himself tho atten- Â¬ tion of tho thousands of spectators PART I CHAPTim T A VAinilOT MAtlTYIl said ono Ah now you sec him HE time was Sop of tho Spaniards whom wo just now Dost see tomb or 1 1851 left whispering together tho place was tho him scnor I hate him aud His tribe fair city of Ha- Â¬ but to give Satan his due he is a bold vana at tho Grand looking fellow Pasco or public Who tho man not In uniform Jpark A glorious The same See his brown face ho J WMf VW i day a day when was born in Venezuela they say Ah natiiro seemed to that is tho trouble how can one bo a smile on tho beau- Â¬ true sou of old Spain if lie be not born tiful Corn of the between tho Bay of Biscay and the Antilles as if she Mediterranean indeed loved that fairest of all fair But t hoy say ho is brave quarters of our globe At that season Vlio other shrugged his shoulders tho sun is always hot in thoso latitudes Quicn subel 1 only know he is a but it is ofton tempcrod by a eool and conspirator against old Spain salubrious brcczo from tho Gulf So it There was a momentary pause on tho was upon this day Many umbrellas platform Tho soldiers with their woro raised in tho vast throng of which muskets and bayonets lined every wo aro to speak to ward off tho burn- - foot of its outer edge except n small ing rays of tho Bun but tho an was spaeo of that side toward which the bo cooled by tho sea broczo that crept up chair faced The oilleers were grouped tho harbor past frowning walls and about tho nlan in tho citizens clothes shotted guns of grim Moro Castle and Tho priest approached him ho bowed through almost ovory quarter of the respectfully but motioned him away city that tho great concourso did not Now in the last moments of this mans seem to feci tho heat He is of life let us look at him Tito great square surrounded by medium height and powerful frame whitc wallud buildings and variegated His face has tho bronze of the Cabtil with great palm trees and tropical iun but also a frankness and an opeu- plants was a favorito resort of almost all classes of Havana after sunset whun tho fiery heats of tho day wero over Hut it was yet many hours to sunset Whoovcr camo out at this hour and lingered about tho Pasco must have good roason for it soma other reason besido moro idlo lounging and chatting It seemed as if overy class in the great city had contributed its quota to swell this crowd Swarthy Spanish military ofUcors in showy uniforms and gold lace at least two regiments of soldiers with noot uniforms and ae coutcrments aud shining muskets and bayonets hidalgos of Spain with their families carefully foncod away from tho throng negroes and rauluttocs of both sexes by tho thousand native Cubans dark and swarthy and hardly to bo distinguished from tho Spaniards sail- Â¬ ors by tho hundreds from ships in tho TITU EXECUTION OK LOPEZ harbor representing overy nation that had canvas upon tho high seas and noss that is not of that race His not a fuw Americans and Englishmen massive head is thrown dellantly back cither pormanont residents of tho city tu lie folds his firms and surveys tho or temporarily thoro All thoso elnssos multitude His hair is black aud curly made up such a crowd as tho Pasco had a dark mustache conceals his mouth never neou before Indeed tho plaeo his features aro large and strong and was crowded to roplutlou Tho dusky he has two such restless luminous eyas Kenorltas who eanio In their groat cum Â¬ as you may search in vain fur in Cuba brous volatile with a negro bestriding ten minutes hence tho animal in the shafts and who worn The two whoso talk wa have overÂ¬ to wh th epootaolo exclaimed heard continued it eftgvr with dismay at the tluvwjf and ordered Ah yruvios itfoi see the rone driver to go up clone Mho build gudnl Mr What huii ho been nonorP iPt wlur thy would bo oHt of tho Ti luimlrttlii of window Ujok MYbVi lost thou not know pnnvre IiHC wit HMm ttat Pjwmw Iwnvd h4 nn hoinbrtil Ho WM Colonel In tho Span timmi vJUr tk 8pHW fWon wmu lh Hniivj he torvtd in South Atuerien WM mi ww mm hU tUrk eyK mihI In Old tfpftln ho wax Oovuritnr of m whmw CwUm wwmmmi Mwu XUdrW Lu u Uvu h UuycnuwviU -1 1 1 1 COOPBrubllfcfr dccu TnadV forthig Grfilt preparations hud cyiilcntly ft offlcetyfiprelB Cuba and 4 plntor and sooth ho must go ofTto cue urn tea States andlwith a villainous crew of rMiegade Spaniards and American desperadoes attempt to frco Cuba Two expeditions that ho raised and led toolif b worodispcrscd --Imt hov es caped on this last one ho mid morst of his deluded followers were taken But did they fight Ah yes malcdjct ions on them I They were brave we can not gainsay it Tliey fought often and spilled good Spanish blood and only sur Â¬ rendered when they wero dispersed and scattered by numbers and had no choice I hato them but this is the truth Ah see what is done The man in civilians dress appeared to bo earnestly talking to the oilleers about him and gesticulating with Ins hands toward the crowd The General who had charge of tho proceedings peremptorily shook his head and pointed to tho chair It was plain to be seen that tho victim had earnestly besought leave to address tho people and that his request had been positively refused He seated himself in the chair The executioner approached the lever Tliero was but an instant between this man and eternity His linn and unshrinking eye sur-Â¬ veyed tho vast sea of faces before him Onco it softened as lie saw a familiar and friendly face Suddenly he spoke out in a sonorous voice that was heard to the remotest corners of the Pasco 11 Vim Cuba Viva Liberlad Viva -- heavy dread aaught coat Ha looked precisely what ho was ton of the sen who had followed ifc two thirda of his life who was never at homo whon ashore and who had sailed to every quarter of tho globe His ago was nearly sixty years As ho looked now upon tho crowd and the preparations for tho execution his sturdy honest faco expressed an indignation that ho dared not uttor but his feelings found relief from timo to time by a runningcommentary mut- Â¬ tered to the young man besido him All Tho infernal Spanish villains the wonder to mo is that tho Spanish blood could make such a hero as the man thev are OCT to murder Tliero f must be some mistake about his family Id bet a silver dollar theres a dash of Anglo Saxon blood in him Uncle uncle whispered the young do bo quiet Youll bo over- Â¬ man heard by some of these olllcors Well I wouldnt care very much I feel ugly thats the long and short of it I tell you Louis if that noblo fellow up there had succeeded hed be NliWS NOTES A pardon lias boon Issued to Albert P Corner convicted in Somerset County Pa of issuing fraudulent tax rccoipts Governor Beaver has appointed cx Bea ator John M M Grior of Butler to bo la spector of Pennsylvania Soldiers Orpbana Schools Wwi r f wit l ru S- - SrJ - The CapSiuYioney Beat the drums Dispatch him yelled the oflieer in command With tho rolling thunder of twenty drums did the power of haughty Spain drown tho fervent utterances of the patriot martyr The executioner seized the lever he raised and lowered it the fatal screw penetrated the spinal mar- Â¬ row of the victim all was over in less timo than we have taken to record it And thus heroically died General Nauciso LoiEz tho bravest truest soul that ever struck a blow for Free Cuba PART I CHAPTERIL KTIlUtING INCIDENTS youve got ahout AS AS A codfish MUCH BIOOD aHr1 The two Spaniards whose comments upon this tragic scene have been given stood in the thick of tho crowd right in front of the garrote and not far back from tho rear rank of the soldiery Very near them were three men deep Â¬ ly interested spectators of what was occurring and with whom the pages of this truthful narrative will have much to do One of them stood as much by him- Â¬ self as any one could in such a mass of human beings or it would be better to say that his actions showed that he had Ho was dressed no companions there like many of tho people of the better class present in a cool suit of white An enormous sombrero or duck wide brimmed Mexieau hat almost completely concealed his face and a great mass of curling black hair fell over his shoulders A person seeing so much of him and without observing his face would have thought that hero was certainly some jaunty son of a rich Cuban planter who had come to Ha Â¬ vana to see tho execution But if he had been closely observed it must have been seen that ho was nervous anil ill He changed his position at ease often lie looked eagerly and anxiously for the appearance of the fatal proces Â¬ sion aud when tho platform had been occupied he never removed his ejes from tho illustrious victim and even threw his sombrero back upon his head that his vision might not be interrupted From where he stood to the chair in which General Lopez bravely met his cruel doom the distance may have been fifty feet called another Washington or Bolivar and Ill be smashed if he wouldnt have succeeded too and driven tho wholo Spanish Cuban army into the Gulf if hed had with him two thousand of our countrymen such as stout old Zaek Taylor had with him at Bucna Vista when he rolled twenty thousand just such soldiers as these hero back over the mountains And I say boy that if Washington or Bolivar had failed theyd have had the same fate dealt out to them as Lopez One would have bad the rope and the other the garrote Will you bo quiet uncle or do you want to get both of us in trouble The sailor was by this time red and angry He looked at his nephew with something like contempt and said I dont think youre likely to get into any trouble Louis that would come from sympathy with any one else Directly behind this man stood the two actors in our drama whom we aro now to introduce a little to their left were the two loquacious Spaniards Tho two first referred to were evident Â¬ ly Americans both their complexions aud their casual remarks to each other given in a low tone showed it Ono was a tall slim young man of perhaps twenty three whoso pale face was lined with tho marks of dissipation and He was decidedly handsome excess with his raven black hair his broad white forehead his long straight noso and delicately curving lips but ho had pair of such cold blue eyes as made you wonder that they could have been niismatetl with his dark hair and eye Â¬ brows The common expression of his face was unpreposessing oven when ho smiled It was not a face to invito the eonlldonco of a stranger Tho contrast botwecn him and his companion was marked Tho latter wart a head shorter stout squarely oullt and muscular with great rough hands and a big head set uion his broad shoulders with little appearance or neok A thick mat of grizzled hair covered It and shaggy eyebrows al nuist hid his Utile twinkling gray eyes His faot wim mined anil browned by nun mid wind a great livid sear tdmwod where hU whole cheek had been once TO UK CONTINUED hild open by u wurOcur and Muhhcd hoard Mini iniutaeho covered hU lower mllu will never succeed mm rail fiUtv Notn ItliNtmullitg tliu heat of the way conductor Their iraiui uv uJ miu hw wow m tm pmiliii I Kit uud way bcliiml Perhaps not said the other quiet- Â¬ not in the least moved by his But I havent any uncles retort sympathy to throw away on a lot of unwary adventurers who go on a des Â¬ perate expedition with their lives in their hands The affair has turned out just as I expected it would and I say thej arc being served exactly right Ilio sailor s wrath was rising uigner and higher Well by Louis Hunter Im glad now that youre only my nephew by adoption My sisters own boy who died before sho took vou had some of tho same blood that stirs in my old veins he wouldnt talk or think as you do if he stood hero by 1113 side and saw whats going on up there Tho young man seemed nol in the least put out by the reproof In fact ho gave an irritating little laugh which did not at all soften his uncles dis pleasure Youve got about as much blood as a cod fish the sailor growled Well much or little I dont mean to get any of it let out by these hot tempered Spaniards Now uncle please stop talking Youve spoken so loud already that youve Attracted tho attention of some of them and if you dont stop Ill go bacK to the ship alone and leavo you to get into one ot their dungeons by yourself Jo if you want to Ill speak mj mind anyway I always did hate a Spaniard and I hate cm to day worse than over Ho probably did not intend to utter this as a defiance to the imposiug array of armed power that was right there before him but ho had becomo excited by his own language and Louis indifÂ¬ ference and his last words wero spoken quite loudly Tho man in tho sombrero turned about cast a quick glaneo at his faco and then resumed his Meady gaze at General Lopez The two Span Â¬ iards at his left also hoard his words and though not perfectly understand Â¬ ing them they evidently couture- handed something of their meaning Both of them scowled ami tho nearer ucreit Frank A Colllor of Chicago haa Mr of tho two stretched his neok over to Â¬ succeeded in obtaining an appointment for nn audience with thu Queen ut Oborno ward tho two Americans ami hud Hniuo thl weok whon ho will prosont tho Ah Americano Dlabolol of ly Â¬ Alex McArthur of North Polo expedi- Â¬ tion fame diod suddenly at Winnipeg Manitoba tho other day Opium eating was the cause Advices from Afghanistan ore that tho Qhilzai rebellion against ttio Ameor has collapsed and that tho insurgents aro fleo ing to places of refuge Mr Harry B Bunling of Philadelphia a retired merchant of great wealth died at Saratoga Springs N Y a few days ago from a stroke of apoplexy Emanuol Zwalley tried to save Harry Fisher from drowning tho other day m Concstoga crook Lancaster Pa but was pulled down by Fishor and both perished Thov wero each fourteen years old Jimmy Wilson aged live years died from a pistol shot wound inflicted by Hiram Bocshore aged twelve a few days ago Bocshoro says ho did not know the pistol was loaded Tho boys were playing to- Â¬ gether At the Confederate union at Dallas Tex tho other day General D S Stanley U 8 A spoke bitterly of General Tuttle and said Tuttle hud in addition to the crimes already attributed to him robbed a medical college in St Louiof portions of soldiers corpses Tho wife of ox United States Judge Richard Bustced of Now YorK has ap-Â¬ plied for a divorce alleging adultery Tho ox judgo and famous lawyor is about seventy six years old nndMrs Bustced is nearly as old Mr BuBteed Is said to be very ill as the result of his domestic troubles Lawyer Charles P Miller and his wife ol New York both died tho other day They had both been ill of pneumonia for some time Mr Miller was a prominent New York lawyor Tho family of tho late Washington C Dcpauw of Now Albany Ind have decided to compromise with Mary Ellon Mcintosh tho eldest daughtor of tho dead millionaire who brought suit to get one sixth of tho estate valuod at G000000 Advices from China state that au incipient rebellion which was brewing in tho King Yu district was quelled by beheading about one hundred Tavist priosts or men repre- Â¬ senting thcmsolvos as such Over one thousund Chinese arc said to have been swept away by the floods at Churpau Fu Judgo Uuehwaltcr of Cincinnati O has sentenced Ferdinand Lmdcman tho piano dealer to ono years imprisonment in the penitentiary for charging tho city infirmary directors an extortionate price for 11 piano and sentenced Michael Eouck h roofer to the ponitentiary for an indefinite period for putting a roof on the reformatory at unconscionable rates News has bcon received by the American Missionary Board or the arrest and impris- Â¬ onment in tho Carolino Islands of the Ilev Edward Doane tho veteran missionary on a ehargo of inciting the natives to disobey tho Governor Although Mr Doane denied tho accusations tho Govern- Â¬ or preferred to believe the unscrupulous traders who brought tho charges and tho missionary was thrown into prison The Spanish government will bo asked by tho Department of Stato to closely investigate the case The proclamation by tho government the other day of tho Irish National League as a dangerous association created very little of tho sensation among the Gladstonian and Parnellite members that the action of tho Ministry was expected to cause Tho Parnollites wero prepared for it and many of them unhesitatingly declared that tho cuuso of Homo Rule could not havo bcon more benefited by any action the govern Â¬ ment could havo decided upon than by the adoption of tho short sighted policy It has Tho proclamation they argue clmsen cannot do much harm to the League since the methods of that organization enable 1 to conduct its business with secrecy and at the same time with no decrease of effect while the influence of the governments coercive action upon the English electorate must result disastrously to tho Conserv- Â¬ ative party The New York Stato liquor dealers con- Â¬ vention passed resolutions demanding tho removal of unfair legislation in regard to liquor and indorsing Governor Hill as having shown broad aud liboral views fairly representing those of the peoplo of tho State The United States government has requested Spain to release tho missionary Doane who was arrested on tho Island of Pronapo The ground of tho request is that tho arrest violates tho Spanish undertaking to respect the Protestant missions in tho Carolines Two apprentices from the school ship New Hampshire stationed at Newport R 1 escaped from that vossol in a stolen cat boat tho other night nnd wore wrecked on the rocks in front of tho hotel nt Narra gnnsctt Pier One was severely hurt Thoy wero arrested and sent back to Newport Tho Pacific Mail Steamship Company is negotiating for several fast British steam- Â¬ ers with which to compote vMth tho vessels of the Canadian Pacific road onthoChiua route It is beliovcd possible to make the triprfrSm Yokohama in twolvo days ono day less than tho Canndian steamers take It jyas Mr Parnolls speech oa Earl Cadogans amondmout declaring that Irish tenants would havo to protect their interests outsldo of tho law that finally de termined tho government to proclaim the Irish National League othorwiso such a slop would havo bcon postponed for Boroo timo and porhaps not resorted to at all Tho Surveyor Genoral of Now Mexico in a report to tho Bocrotary of tho Intorior rocomniouds that Congress bo roqucstcd to onllrm ttio titlo of tho legal representa tives of the grantees ol tho prlvato land claim known us tho Plaza Colorada Tract No HU hut to reserve to tho United States any mlnoral land that may oxiut thorcon Tho nroa of tho grant Is estimated at IS240 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Juhlloo uddrcan of thu Chicago people Hrltlsh birth and parentage Mr CnlllorU siiecuH in obtaining uu audience with the Quiiuu u unpreccdunhu and Hor MJety rofiuod to personally receive over tdKkl tliouunl Hililrouiou of u tUutihir cliraitT Hazel Green Herald SPENCER COOPER Publisher UAZEL GREEN WHEN Whon Old they At home Of us ate KENTUCKY DIED OLD JACK m Jaok died wo staid from school suld wo neednt ro that day and none nny broakfast only one And that was papa and his oyes woro rod When ho came round where we wero by the 6hed Whoro Jaok wn lying half way In tho sun And half way in tho shade When wo begun To cry out loud pa turned and droppod his hoad And went away and mamma she wont back Into tho kitchen Then for a long whilo All to oursolvos like wo stood thero and criod Wo thought so many good things of Old Jack although we didnt And funny things smtlo Wo couldnt only cry when Old Jack died Jack dlod It scorned a human friend Hud suddenly gono from us that some face That wo had loved to fondle and embrace From babyhood no more would condescend To smile on us forovor Wo might bend With tearful eyes above him intorlaco Our chubby lingers oor him romp and race Plead with him call and coax aye we might sond Tho old halloo up for him whistle hist If sobs hud let us or as wildly vain Snapped thumbs called spoak and he had not replied We might havo gono down on our kneos and kissed Tho tousled oars nnd yet they must remain Deaf motionloss wo know when Old Jack died When Old Jaok died It seemed to us somo When Old way Â¬ chained Even unslippcd thoir collars on that day To visit Jack in state as though to pay A last 6ud tribute there while neighbors craned Thoir hoads above tho high board fence nnd deigned To sigh Poor dog romcmborlng how they Hail cuffed him whon alive perchance because For lovo of them ho leaped to lick their hands Now that hp could not woro they satis- That all tho other dogs in town wore pained With our boroavoment and somo that wore Â¬ that as we crossed his paws And oer his grave way down the bottomlands Wrote Our First Love Lies Here whon Old Jaok ded -- Tamts Whitcoinb Riley in Indianapolis Journal fied Wo children thought Â¬ Â¬ UNCLE EPHS ESCAPE He Givea His Own Version of the t live iu is the old Groot place a beauti- Â¬ ful farm of fivo or six hundred acres aaid when I was a growing girl I used to spend weeks and weeks thero with Mary Groot I did every thing she did roso at daybreak fed young lambs and calves on a bottle helped tako caro of the chickons and turkeys caught tho roan mare and harnessed her to tho buggy if any body wanted to drivo to town and 1 even went to tho district school for awhile The Groots who woro not connections of our family in tho remotest degree were nil uncles and aunts and cousins to me and tho farm was a second home My pony and I wero always welcomo thero and it was perhaps partly owing to my aversion to all schools except tho poor little district school that I was sent to Europe to have somo education crammed down my throat Whon 1 came home three vears aft or on tho yery first spare day I drove out to tho Groot farm telling my mother beforehand that 1 would spend tho night if I was invited A certain letter of Marys which had remained unanswered lay heavy on my con- Â¬ science otherwiso I should have packed a sachol and gono to the farm with tho intention of spending sev- Â¬ As I jogged along tho eral days turn pike driving tho pony that like me had grown sedate 1 forgot that my dross was no longer up to tho tops of my boots until tho toll gate camo in sight In former days it had given nio great pleasuro to send tho pony through the gato on a run and a littlo fat rod faced man would bounce out and shake his fist after me but now when a sad looking woman stretched forth hor hand I meekly dropped tho ponnlcs into it and made a remark about tho woathor Mad youth had fled forovor On wo jogged tho pony and I up tho long brick yard hill thou turned off into a narrow wind- Â¬ ing road passing tho school house which was shut up so tight that it Boomed as if it could novor bo oponed again I wm growing very melan- Â¬ choly and tho November day suited d my mood for tho sky was and a despondent littlu wind nmdo tho naked branches of tho troos There croak llko old nions joints had boon a light fall of snow and hero and thero a whito patch lay in the hollows bringing out tho brown load-colore- Affair About four miles eist of tho town I V i tono of tho Holds By tho time I had roaohou tho farm 1 had convinced myself that nil tho Groots woro dead and thai their house ud barns wore in rulnsi but a masa of Bimiko curling up out of n stout red dilnmey raised my drooping bplrit wild whon a very old dog imttuit to tho Katt I reiiognUad Prince Hint ho nutoil m if bo rvcognlxvd inu Tlivr wwa bMdo mo saying You know tho Borrys Thoy keep a grocery store in Clorer street dont thoy Yes old Petor usod to kcop tho store nnd whon ho died his son Tom run the business and ho got along flrst rnto till ho bogun to drink Tho Borrys livo next to tho store and it was tho last placo on tho milk routo so 1 could stop thero a whilo to gas with old Mis Berry and Louisa Mobbo youve scon Louisa tall girl has curls wears long ear rings Well I used to got there about breakfast time and onco in awhile Id oat broakfast with tho women and thats how it started Louisa sho was always around and she struck one as very pleasant ami sociablo and sonsiblo and I liked to hear her talk then And I took our vegetables and butter and eggs to tho store and when Tom was drunk Id oversee tho businoss a littlo Old Mis Berry was awful weak about Tom sho excused him as well as sho could said ho was sick and I tell you sho felt bad when ho died so I married Louisa and went to their houso and run tho store It was rol nico on tho start though my folks wero mad at mo fact is I got married without telling George and ho abused Mis Berry and Louisa till I had to give him a pretty broad hint to hold his tongue Thero was a considerable coolness betweon him and me for a spell and though ho was right enough in saying it was a Tom fool performance ho didnt real- Â¬ ize that I was to blame and that poor Mis Berry and Louisa would havo sent mo a flying if thoy had knowed tho sort of a man I was They didnt and I didnt myself till it was too lato It begun by Louisa and her mother trying to help mo tend store and Lord how mad I was Tho store was theirn so I bought it and told em Id run it my own way I was so afraid of beinjr bossed Then iu the house they undertook to polish me up wanted mo to wear a neeklio every day and I wouldnt do it A necktie aint much to fight about is it but Louisa shod give me that necktie and Id stomp on it and then shed cry and then I was mad as a hornet You aint married Janet and you dont realize how easy it is for a man and his wifo to got into hot water and ono with my hasty temper Ah Uncle Eph I said you never spoke an unkind word in your life Not to you and Mary and tho rest of tho young ones ho returned mild- Â¬ but I want married to any o ly you and that makes a sight o dif- Â¬ ference I spoke a good many to Louisa I got ugly I got so ugly that I forgot how to be pleasant Thero is a cussed mean cantankerous streak in me and marriago brought it out strong Them two poor women had a terrible lifo with me Id come down to breakfast thinking Id behave liko a Christian just for one day and beforo the butter was melted on my pancake Louisa shed make some innocent re- Â¬ mark or her mother would apologize for there not being any maple sirup and then Id growl and grumblo liko a boar with a soar head nobody knows what for and Id go to the storo and bang tho door after me so as to be ugly up to tin last notch It wasnt pleasant Janet Finally old Mis Berry got so sho couldnt speak to me at all for fear of what Id say back and Louisa didnt dast to if open her mouth And thinks I youre going to bo dumb Ill bo dumb So none of us spoko to each too other except whon wo had to Nice wasnt it Along como Georgo in Uip thick of it and wiiat must ho do but I boing his pitch into tho women brother he was sure I was all right George you dont hut I sc to him know me you aint got any idea how But ho wouldnt hear a Im acting word of that ho went in and givo Mis Berry and Louisa a terrible talk- Â¬ ing to and then I give him a talking to and everybody got mad Why George acted as though I was a child Georgo dont taki to bo cuddled and fussed over Well folks come home tho right view of it George he dont ho cleared out and Mis Berry was morcn half know mo ho dont un- Â¬ crying and Louisa she had a sort of fit and tho noxt day Mis Berry told mo derstand me at all Now its cur us in a relleetivo Vjoiilsa had hoarUciiseaso and was likely Uncle Eph continued tone how thero can bo a streak in a to die if he got excited That Heart man that dont show till ho gots old me and yet it put murdor in my heart and then all of a suddon crops out Undo Ephs pipe had gono out nnd Ho rose and taking his pipo from tho tilled it neatly pressing tho drawing his chair nearur inino ho went mantel on in a low tono tobacco down with bin blunt thumb Soon as I knowed that Louisa was Isposc Janet that you think Im likoly to dio if I yelled at hor or a good natored old fellow stamped I just ached to holler and Yes and kind ogiven to sofusaw 1 nodded swear so as to see if sho would drop der oh Well 1 dead I had to struggle night and day Easy going and clover 1 liko to talk against tho temptation I dont know aint nothing of the sort Tjhat ailed me but I was possessed of loud and stomp and swear and chuuk a demon and I had to light ho hard to plates holding a match keep from killing her that the sweat He stood beforo mo until tho sulphurous llame untight tho stood 011 my fneo us though J was get Â¬ 1 felt myself growing wootl a picture ut u mild serene lov ting iu hay Because ho wus stay Â¬ weaker It wn llko hanging 011 to tho ublo olil nina ing in thu hoso ho woro it gay red side of a house and feeling my lingers and yellow rinntidiitfgnwii and iv pair slip 4iud jlnully I had to leave I give of knitted slippers nnd u white liaud the storo Imok to eiu though and I kuivkluf tied about hlmioek lent cer paid ofl thu mortgage on tho Iumumi tain benign look to liU fane After liu soon after I wm married no Loul ton win uomfortnhly Hswl and than I null had lighted Id plpo ho took thvrtt hiiqiW a luiublu on hur 11 I had spoonful of mixture from V well-to-d1 pony under tho shed tied and blank eted him nnd then went toward tho house Princo following mo Tho house is built of stone and tho roof slopes down so steep that tho tiny windows under the caves havo tho demure look of oyes shaded by long lashes Thoy twinkled at mo they invited mo to en tor and I tapped lightly at tho sitting room door which was oponed at onco by Uncle Eph Groot Ho was a tall spare bald old man who shaves threo times a week Sundays Wednesdays and Fridays and as this was Tuesday thero was a silvery growth of stubblo on chin cheeks and upper lip I know him at once although ho looked old and ill but he stared at mo blankly I didnt hear you drivo in tho yard maam ho said in a mild apologetic tono Then ho put on his spectacles Why its you Janet ho exclaimed Why come iu 1 heard you was ox pected back this fall and here you bo but there aint a soul homo but mo and Miranda all tho rest having gone over to Nino Partners Corners to a funeral Cousin Silas wifes funeral and its lucky 1 couldnt go on account of hav- Â¬ ing had a mean cold for a week He led mo into the sitting room which was not changed jn tho least ox Â¬ cept for a new oilcloth table cover A sheet iron stove sent out a quivering heat a paper pinwheel on tho top whirling around furiously in the hot current of air and through the bits of isinglass the baleful gleam of tho fire shone red After 1 had taken off hat and jacket and sat down iu a high backed rocking chair Uncle Eph be Â¬ gan to tell me all that had happened in the last threo years but wo soon drifted into talk of tho remote past when Mary anil I had been wont to break young steers to the yoke or try to and ho related anecdotes of our pranks as if I must havo forgotten them It seemed to give him pleasure and he rambled from one thing to an Â¬ other until Miranda an old colored woman who had always been old and always lived with tho Groots came into tho sitting room to bring cider and crullers and to see tho visitor She needed no spectacles to recognize me but while her eyes wero as sharp as ever she had grown so deaf that all my attempts to say pleasant things wero efforts made in vain Sho trotted back to the kitchen and I heard her Sho remem- Â¬ cracking hickory nuts bered how fond I was of them Miranda is ageing fast said TJncle Eph and so we all are except you and Maty Mary shes thinking of irottinjr married in the sprinjr but we dont know iiow wo can sparo her Did vou pick up a sweetheart over thero in Europe I shook my head and ho added Well I guess it is just as good you didnt Getting married is a great risk This was a remark ho had been mak inir for many vears and although ho was of a simple conliding nature none of the designing countryspinsters or widows could cajole him out of his Ho seemed perfectly bachelorhood satisfied to dwell under his brothers roof and spoil his brothers children Mary and the rest used to impose upon him for ho could refuse us nothing while Uncle George Groot who owned the farm would sometimes scold us or box our ears Uncle Eph yielded to our most unreasonable demands without a o liko all murmur He was the family and the dairy was his spe- Â¬ Ho would start out beforo cial care daybreak to servo milk to his custom- Â¬ ers in town and return lato in tho foronoon reading the newspaper to tho music of the jingling empty tin cans getting mar- Â¬ Yes he repeated I got married my- Â¬ ried is a great risk self just after you went away but I hadnt ought to have done it for I was close on to sixty and I want cut out for a husband Nobody Married I exclaimed mo a word about it wrote Well it want much of a marry but Ill tell iou about it before tho not a soul stirring I drovo tho tho mantel and thou gat vdown again day 11 tyJ PERSONAL AND LITERARY Jolm Rusktn publishes his own writings His profits last year are said to havo been 120000 Mary L Barr the great Scottish dialect writer did notbegin to compose until she was fifty four Tho first Polish nowspaper ever printed in America has been started in Buffalo It is called tho Ojezyzna Verdi and his wifo are building a splondid hospital at Bussoto which they will richly ondow and give to tho town Mine Popp for fifty yoars editor of tho Bruges Journal hns written no loss than 18000 articles each contain- Â¬ ing from 3000 to 4000 words It is reported that tho largest salary received by nny woman in this country for editorial work is that paid by tho Harper Brothors to Miss Mary L Booth Sho is tho odltor of Harpors Bazar Her salary is snid to bo 3000 and sho also receives a per centnge on tho profits of tho publication Ouida Jivos quito alono at Flor- Â¬ ence iUly surrounded by hor loved dogs with ono old lady as hor solo Although about sixty companion years old sho shows tho bizarre ton doncy of hor mind by wearing bright colored decollotto dresses witli hor hair flowing looso liko a school girls Dr Brinton is about to add to his valuable collodion of early American Anciont works n volumo entitled Nahnatl Poetry It will contain n number of songs in tho Aztec or Nahnatl language most of which wero composed beforo tho Spanish couquest They will bo accompanied by transla- Â¬ tions and notes Public Opinion Tho lato General Logans book is soiling Tho Great Conspiracy better than beforo his death and Mrs Logan Is oxpoeted to rnako fivo thou- Â¬ sand dollars profit from it His other is Tho Volunteor Soldior volumo ANTIDOTES FOR POISON now in tho hands of tho publishers Simple Itcmerilcfl at llitml In Kvory Well nnd is likoly to provo populnr Mrs IteRiilntml Itamlly Logan also is to havo a share in tho Moro than two thirds of the deaths profits from tho salo of n Life bf Gon from poison could be avoided if men oral Logan by his privato secretary nnd women would only acquaint them Â¬ CongrcgalionulisL selves with tho simplo remedies always Miss Louiso Chandler Moulton has at hand in overy well regulated house- Â¬ latoly visited Mr Oicnr Wildo in Lon- Â¬ hold Tho Apostlo of the Boautiful Tho speaker was a houso surgeon at don sho says lias a pretty wifo and a a city hospital I seo tho names of pretty house I found his dainty six persons on this record of mi no whom I know might havo been saved cream colored dining room especiallyÂ¬ had their friends or tho police known attractive I think it must bo an orig All six inal dc3ign this whito room white ho contlnuod what to do died because too much timo was lost in walls whito chairs white cabinets a notifying tho police calling an ambu- Â¬ whito sholf a foot wido running around lance and in gotting tho sufferers to tho walls at a convenient height not a tho hospital Paris green rough on traco of color anywhoro savo in the and china and tho rats and laudanum seem to be tho fa rare glass on tho woll sproad flowers table and fruit vorito poisons for suicide For each Oscar Wildo tolls tho best stories of of theso poisons an antidote can bo tho only fault I found in almost every household Tho any ono I know and ho told was that could find with somo chief points in cases of poisoning aro Chi- thoy were too good to bo truo to encourage vomiting and thus get rid of the substance to counteract tho cago Tribune poisons by antidotes and to check HUMOROUS death by tho use of stimulants and arti- Â¬ Lot hor go Tho bridegroom said ficial respiration a Boston clergyman on rats is simply nrsonio and Bough Gallagher Hardly a day passes but somo ono sui- Â¬ married a couple in oighty seconds cides by its use If on discovering that Boston Olobe this poison has been taken tho sufferer Come Doctor to sorenaders is given ono or two raw eggs and tho right iu tho office and 1 will try nnd eggs are followed up with larcro relievo your sufferings No uso stand Â¬ draughts of topid water into which a ing thero howling with pnin Puck tablespoonful of salt or mustard has Old Mrs Kobson John Im afraid been thrown tho stomach will usually I of that electric light in front of tho 1111 11 vv uiu jiumuu uui jliiuoi oiijhiu- - house Old Mr Kobson Theres no mentcd by a dose of castor oil sweet danger Samanthy Tho wire is in- Â¬ oil or milk to offset the action of tho sulted Tid JJila poison will usually save tho lifo of tho Honiblo mur- Â¬ Early Citizen patient Tho samo treatment is tho der across tho street during the ono to bo followed when Paris green Polico who is sup-Â¬ night wasnt it opium morphine paregoric or laud- Â¬ posed to bo on duty all night Dont anum is the poison used Whon opium know nny thing about it 1 havont morphine paregoric or laudanum is seen tho morning papers yot Life swallowed it is well to givo n cup of Has Como to Stay strong black coffeo after the emetic to Tho Juno hug dlsappoura In Juno Tho lightning bug In Muy apply cold water to tho head nnd neck Tho bod bug tnltos bin bunnot off nnd to prevent sloop These poisons And suya Ive como to stay represent tho majority of thoso taken Logunsport Chronicle by accident or by persons intent on How is your health Clergyman suicide When tartar emotic is taken this summer I trust you havo been aftor encouraging vomiting it is well Un to give milk and strong ton to well during tho sultry wcathor you Pretty woll thank dortaker When poisons liko mineral drink And how is buslnessP acids aro used such as aqua fortis nnd Clorgyman Poor poor I havent Undertaker oil of vitrol nftor an emotic solutions buried a living soul for wcoks of soda magnesia and oven of plnstor scraped from tho Avail can bo used with Lowell Citizen A Dakota pnpor thus stabs its good effect Oxalic nnd carbolic acid A man living about calls for tho samo treatment aftor hated rival miles from hero died from using a littlo flour nnd water tho twelve It whito of an egg or castor oil iu order poisoning Monday afternoon to protect the gullet and walls of tho seems ho ato a lunch that had boon Whon poison liko cntistio wrapped in a copy of our loathed and stomach and It contemporary potash soda or lime is used ndministor disgusting killed him Others should tako warn Â¬ vinegar lemon or orange julcu in Chicago Tribune ing 11 phosphor Â¬ water emetics nnd oil Wo owo our sincere and honvtfolfc ous is taken liko tho ends of matches Buys a Torritorlnl oxehango for instance kcop up tho vomiting and thanks to Mrs Gnrdentruek for a nice mostf administer big doses of magnesia in water Oils In such cases must nob bo of pie plant pio loft at this offico To lined For corrosive Biiblimate ndmin Â¬ n person iu tho edltorlnl harness con Â¬ istor tho white of nu egg flour and tinually as it worp rhubarb pie with water or milk nnd then tho oinotie sugar on tho top crust comes like a Dulmtt Veil In poitionlng from chloroform or il bonlson in tho doHort everly Old Heavywalto l liimiimtlng gas let tho patient have understand how you find sowhw fresh air loosen tho clothing and dash cant time to dovoto to bHolM YoHHf cold water about tho face and nock li0aujM Mh Myly All of thexo antidotes aro as a rule LlttiWHito in dull Phi UHHvy whU m always at hand And If lined will h U Mmm d4lf Ymiuf And mot overy time v tk life of tho pa LlUiwultHwhy rlwUrHyWwwiM ml and ifrimtly faullltat thu work of tmvt Ut km 14 wHtfk Uw Ut Uih pbynlflwn whH Ik eum under kU eiVArl Y Jimif n killed her sure m a gum Thero was murder in ray heart Just as he brought the melancholy story of his short married lifo to 0 closo I heard wheels oatsidc and through tho window I saw Undo Georgo Groot and his wifo and Mary and tho two boys driving into the yard Theyll tell you very difforont said Uncle Uph hastily Thoyll toll you that Mis Berry and Louisa aro a dreadful pair and got my monoy away from mo nnd troatcd mo so bad that I ran homo liko a licked school boy but that aint so Thoy dont understand me You seo thoy novor saw but ono sido of mo All tho Groots troopod into tho sitting-room nnd then thero was such n commotion Tho unanswered lottor was not only forgiven but forgotten andsiftcr telling Aunt Ann Groot that I would stay all night if I could havo tho littlo room in tho southeast cornor I wont out with Mary to put tho pony into tho stable Her fathor had al Â¬ ready begun to unharness tho pony Ho was a big bluo oyod man and ho gavo mo a kiss that mado all tho horses prick up thoir caw Eph been entertaining youP ho said as ho went on unbuckling breoch ing straps and keeping up tracos Yes I answered laughing a little He told mo about his marriago Mado himself out a regular demon I Undo Georgo contlnuod suppose Looks liko a woman worrier dont ho Well tho Borrys got pretty much all Ids money away from him sol sup poso theyre satisfied and sinco ho got off with his life woro satisfied and thoro aint any thing more to bo said about it Ho escaped by tho skin of his teeth though Another week nnd those cussed women would havo had him in a grave or a lunatic asylum but N 1 Post hos picking up now Id havo Mr 4vt i n a i EWHIUjl- tMt l feflfTJ i am mini in mmmkmmmmmmmmmamlmimmmmm 7 should be fully represented on tho occasion Hnd that your valuable paper among others should contribute its active and elHcient assistance to a purpose liorico I so laudable and beneficial trust you will pardon mo for urging you to bo present in person if possible and also for requesting that you will call attention in such editorial mention ns y6tf may deem proper to the date and Objects of the Conference and impress upon your readers the importance of having each county represented by n delegation of its leading citizens Bo duced railroad fares will be allowed delegates and overy effort made to contribute to their pleasure and comfort I have the honor to bo very respectfully J PnodroK Knott Chairman Committee Â¬ Â¬ Hazel Green Herald PUBLISHED BY SPENCER COOPER Â¬ 9tobcrlptiori fss i - 81 Money to Accompany the Nnmo wtnM -- a Year Editor cHiliftCER COOPER iiMwwn HAZEL CKEEN - KY ft iilltilp ii Um m SAWS Manufacturers of Best English Steel Circular and Long AL80 DKMKKS IX A tfiUDAy September 23 1587 MMMOTviiaMtiM Ml Mnrry df our rmtleM will remember nn recount of the bftttlcnt Chicago between iio Anarchists and the police published ift theso columns at the time Thn seven Isadora iu the llaymarket horror of that day have been condemned to hang on tlio 11th of November and an Apsocinted Press dispatch has this to say of them Tho Anarchists condomued to die No vomberllth aro pulling ono way in the efforts to save their lives and their friends aro pulling another The convicted men arp opposed to an appeal to Governor Oglesby forExccutivo clemency and three of thorn arc oven opposed to their case going to tho United States Supreme Court They prefer to let the pcntenco against them stand expressing a willing ncas to dio for what hoy call thoircaiibo But their friends believe that a livo An Â¬ archist is worth more than a dead one and tho amnesty association has already started upon tho road a petition to the Governor ashing him to commuto the sentence to imprisonment for life The potition says that In any case involving life humanity and tho titatcaro hotter served by igorous execution of a sen Â¬ tence tho justice of which is questioned lry many of our people and urges that tho granting of the petition will con- Â¬ duce to the peace of tho State The association Will confino its work to this Files Cummers Swages Emery Wheels Leather and Guti Belting Our Circular Saws stnnri a the licnil Of tho mtirlcot on their merltr In WorkinmiKltin toiiRljiioss ami elasticity of toinper and quality ot steel ANu u lull lino of French Ilnnd Siwk in stock of our own liupoi talioii Work fully warranted and at ltock IJottom Prices All orders sent to J T and will have our best attention Bhips 100 LARGE CIRCULAR SAWS A SPECIALTY Send for List ith lriee ICy Iest Discounts s a 7 Vine and 86 Water F Day Hazel Green for now work or saws for Streets Owing to a rapidly increasing circula-Â¬ tion we were last week compelled to send half sheets to many of our exchanges This week wo ahull again bo compelled to do so and it now looks as if the incoming tido will compel us to send them again next week Under tho circumstances we hope our exchanges will ex- Â¬ cuse us arid as soon as wo can catch up witli our increasing list thoy shall again havo Tin IIkiiald full fledged In the meantime our friends can continue to send in new subscribers accompanied with a dollar and we shall send them tho paper Â¬ Â¬ of hi case Mr CIcvelaud responded expressing his deep sympathy with the veteran emphasizing it with a check for FRESH AND- I am now roceivim r pairvill be promptly forwnrdid to m41v Ill III mm iiutt jtth II CiNCINNATK O KENTUCKY KftSOWLEDCE Up to Salunlny Pcptimbcr 10th lir slier ifls of oighty two counties hnd piiiil into the State Treasury on this their largest pay rtiriit ireacribed bv tho new revenue law 12G5 UJG7C Of this amount 1295000 oalnfi from Jcfluraon 90000 from Fayette 8000 from Kenton jO000 from Bourbon 38009 from State rasou and U000 from Woudforu county Tho Anarchists had many visitors There are thirty seven counties yet to retoday There is a young woman who is port and it is thought that when full returns devoting a good deal of attention to aro in the sum will aggregate about 1750 Lingg and it is conjectured that another 000 The largest himilar payments under for 188f and proxy marriage is on foot Tho number tho old law were 1230 lMM lGS for 18AG It iiuiht ndt be supposed oC curious peopje who want see tho though that all tins large sum ean be deAjjarchists is increasing steadilv voted to the payment of the current expenses of tho Government for 58009702 of the Tho following is a list of the n3sesscd ninount goes to the support of the schools 9539232 to the sinking fund and 922933 jvroporty of Wolfo county Ky as we to tho A and M College at Lexington Out tdkoitfroih tho Hoard of Equalization of tho remainder Is to be drawn the heavy Discaso lies in ambush for tho weak a on the State of 100000 per for a copy of which wo aro indebted to idiotic burden large and necessary appro- - feeble constitution is ill adapted to en- Â¬ annum and tho Â¬ Â¬ ti Â¬ Captain Jas Barron Hope editor of tho Iandimirk Norfolk Va and one of the most distinguished poets and jouruaiits in the youth died suddenly of heart disease Sept 15 lie delivered the poematthcYorktown Centennial and had accepted an invitation ot Governor Lee to deliver the poem at the laying of tho cornerstone of the Leo monu ment at Itichmond in October He was distinguished nlike for his amhbilitv of character his polished manners and his erudition Tho ExConfedcratc reunion nt Mexico Mo was attended by a large number of soldiers Sept 14th who represented cither side of the eontlict About 40000 people gathered in the little city of 7000 and ovci floucd its corporate limits but accepted of A grant parade its bountiful hospitality with veterans of the successful side on Mm right of the line socfotics and militia tbl bringlowing and an army of Johnnies ing up the rear opened the exercises of the day Banners of the President were Haunt ed to the breeze on the side streets but on the lino of march these were eonspieiously absent In a grove at the north ot the citv one hundred cattle had been barbecued and when the procession broke ranks the meat was served to the visitors at n large table convenient to the meat pits In the afternoon orations were delivered by promi nent uolilieians who found words of praise for both sides and a cause to fight for worthy of either General W C P Breckenridgc of Lexington ICy- - wait present and spoke All tho speeches wero tempered to suit the representative of both biden The reunion closed on the 15th Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CLEAN Â¬ I propose to sell tliem Cheaper for Spot Gash than ever before known in this market fcCall on me and you can Save Big Money Ill divide profits with you Q B SWANCO njmiwin E8TAnxAsnEni7 it Is now nearly Mr yoars slntfo this mertlclno was offered rxs t remedy for Worm and from that tlmo iut remitation has stuaililv ineniucd until at tlio proent ilay it In ainiosi univcrvUI acitiionjoairt u ttirouRhout nearly all parts of tho world to bo tho anvrrcign rcmctvj Worm Confoctlou- rniulo moro for tho puriKmo of pleatiiiK tho nalato than of overcoming tho uucao nave boon manufocturod nil ovit tho country hut tholr short lc isti of llfo is nearly oshfinjted and II A Fahno tocks Vormlfutfn contlnnoa to Krow In favor dully children often look pale ana itckly from no other causo than icorpit and sxmith nro most fruqutntly tho result of thot hlddon nappernandmlneiS When f hfiv urn irrttjihlft nnil fnvnrli1i nDiftlmt fmvitiir fnn1 mil ntlnf nAnnniltr nnln rifitifnnnhnlinmAi4i tosaliiK restlessly In sloep moamn and grinding the teeth then bo nMurodthcio symptoms aro liidlcatjoirf otf wiiniisi Many a holplosa cnuu linn been laid In tho trravo rhcn tliu dlVase which caused lt d ith han titM n utl tiroly mlNundnrstood and when worms havo really been thoeause It has been proved beyond cavil that worms in tho human exlt their children systom from earliest Infancy therefore parcnts csptclally mothers who aro mom constantly cannot be too obwrvinK of thoIrat lyminantoj icormjtorBo butoiv as tboy exit therein with on rajt i ana aprruiiv ruinuteu irom mo musi alnfnr uy no timely o qt HA jianncstocKs venniruRe Jhy U Iuis do not hcbltato to recommend it nnd nao It In their practlco and many of tho most eminent ot tho profe niun fnm all parts of tho country testify to Its uniform 8icruss In fact It nnvnr falln It ha fro qlicntly been lvcn to rhlidren n a sifo purcatTe not snsppctlnR tho causo of tho illnvw and laruo quantities of woi inn eni discharged and lmmedlato rellof aCrordcd Great caution rnu6t bo iihcd by cvory purruner tr bo hii own Jiulfrrt in ono sonne and to eiamins overy bottlo he buyn of It The simple namo of F iunkrtoch U not suilUiont Ho must look closely and carefully to mo that tho initials aro B A FaIISESTOCB and bo talis urn nuu nuiuutt inu Siw FEiMrriM Jlowinn Co 5fo CAjraniDor Xer J C SchwartxACoiilMburi Pa oxccllont navinffused tho original B A Fahnoitock Mn Verml Uentlonenl havo titoit Homo of that most ugo In my practlco for many year I have no hesl reined I A Fahncstocks Vermlf uro and found it to f I think your vonnlfugo can tancy In recommending it ns a remedy which Is safe have tho desired oTct reliable and rlcfcnf In all cases whe o a VcrniifuRo la uji xiiuiy uuiiisvnzcu mim in w innuij w n viiim j tuiy New Goods and my stock of General Merchandise is now complete consisting of Dry Goods Notions Ladies and Gents Boots and Shoes Hats ud Caps Queens ware Hardware Groceries Drugs Saddlery and a variety of articles too numerous and too tedious to mention A FAHftESTQGKS I VER MIFUGE CO - AtvnEn Combs Esqr of Coruwell fin KltSf K ft S uV Ik If I t Acres of land 5183 19 The long looked for proposition to Bath 87 Town lots 41347 eountyto Hittrseribe lf0000 to tho capital 3 Thoroughbred stallions 6G0 stock Ot tho Paris Georgetown and Frank1 Common 75 fort railroad has at last been made and the l2Gl Geldings mares and colts 68895 citizens of that county are happy The 314 mules and mulo colts 18400 County Court consisting of fouiteen magis G Jacks and 4 jennets 760 trates and the county judge will bo called together on the 29th of this month for the 4051 Bulls stcors cowhand of submitting the question to a vote calves 29092 purpose of the people The proposition as outlined 1lotShccp 5939 by Judge Lindsay rciniroj the county to pav 1J937 13037 50000 of the amount when the road shall 18 Stores 30515 have been built and trains running on it Watches and clocks 3G7fl from Frankfort to within one mile of Owings Gold anil silver plate 2G0 ville 50000 more when the road reaches a point nine milen further cast and the bal- Â¬ Jewelry 45 ance when trains arj run t the eastern line Household furniture in of tho county Thiu subscription is to he 1GtfO paid iu bonds hearing 5 per cent interest excess of 250 Musical instruments 1325 There is a case nenr Augusta that is atSowing maohinesover30 20 tracting the attention and to a considerable Safes 405 extent tho curiosity of the medical fratern- Â¬ Willis Dugan residiug several miles Wagons carriages 7j6G2 ity c from hero had a long spell of sickness the Manufucturiugiimplmts recovered when sores and machinery 190 past summer and had over his body These began to btealc out all Steam engines and boilgradually healed but instead of disappearers 11600 ing ni thev did at first they changed to noils Wines whisky brandy and became very hard Mr Dugans body c v 250 Isnow covered with these hard places that feel like murines beneath tho skin and as All other property not spccifiodwrvw 7520 they are eul irghg the doctors say they are liablu at any time to touch the heart or some other vital organ and thus cause in Total assessed value of personal stantaneous death It is given up to be a property 203057 very remarkable and incomprehensible case Grand total equalized value of and as such is attracting great attention real and personal property 855398 It would seem that the sad condition of af t fairs in tho family of John J Cornelison would exelte the entire Tho following aro samples of tho ex Â¬ State To day the sympathy of broken up tho household is pressions wu rectiivo iu regard to The ami thtj house closed tho children arc taken charge cl and given homes by kind friends Ifciralcl I think you aro now publish- Â¬ and relatives while the wife and mother is ing tho best paper in Eastern Kentucky taken to a private sanitarium in Indiana to This is a sad bu treatud J would not bo without it for twico its ending of a tor u mind disease lung disturbed trouble that has so cost Another Enclosed fiild onodollar this connuunltv Mt Sterling Gazette to pay for your darling paper bub year I Gov liuckner has signed a warrant for the excotition of James R Ageo at Lexington cant get along without it And still November 4th for the murder f Jas Fal another You will find enclosed a dollar coner in November 1880 Ageo was sen for my subscription to your paper it tenced to bo hanged last March but was respited owing to an appeal which being giM mo all tho homo news and lam as decided adversely rendered necessary the proud to got it each weok aoabby is over Governors action Â¬ tho easo of the At Georgetown lk first red top boots And moro monwealth againstin Kugcne FitzgeraldCom- Â¬ in Tho story just finished in your paper1 dicted for the murder of Tide Hall the jury alpng with tho nows from my deafold found him guilty of manslaughter and ttxed His punismnont at tnirtccn years in me pen hhmo makes Tnn IIciuld thd most itentiary Tho fourteenth annual bcbsioh of Central wolconio Of a dozen similar visitors auu University at KiClOnotid Ky began Wed to you you Mb doing a grand work nesday Sontcmbur Mtli with 120 students JWjEaatern Kontucky They como so present while others arc arriving ou eauh thick and vast that we arc compelled to train It S Chovis tho temperance orator of Col publish Bomo of thorn and hopo our this State is engaged in tho light in Tonnes radors will pardon utl tho egotism theso soo for a Prohibition nmondmunt to tho State constitution Qidogistio opistlcs generate ill- - III H Magistrates can get blank Warrants III We hayd received tho followingdnVita Executions and Replevin libiids at this ofllco at 25 cents per quire iftt to attend tho Commorclnl Conference itLoulHville und vory much regret that GENERAL GOSSIP are cannot attend but aa tliuroaro others Tli llepubllonns of New York have uom of out citizoiis more fortunately ultimtod innUhl Col Frml Grunt for Secretary of H4 hope some of thtim will go StaW LoumvUiLK KY Scntombor 1- 3Tho Secretary of tho U3 Troniury has Hlr Yu are respectfully Invited to gathered Iu some f l00000 worth of bonds attend and participate in thoIudiMtrinl ut Mmut f 103 1 IHount Oonnty ihiI Commercial Couforeuvfl to lm hold in AfurnmrnourMnryvilh tkiM citylxmtovlllo on tho fourth of Tina luu just planed on market n hog tfclolwr imxt Ah Vuuki Rware thU weighing over eight hundred ptuiilds A boiling well luu developed n llnrlem CfoHivVtnco I to hrliift UJwt Of which U orating inuuli luolluiHunt prowiKtHtly tntit view iKf nunlfold Iti mlU anouud rivmllim that of nwunhing ml Id take hiuIi lxfc and hi wftUr MU furimuly all the out4 Stf to w fm fiyiHHiHt- - It U fttpoilHlly iU tiftrt The wu wh dug it year Rjo mx ur GW HyniMii at Wllkvibarre i NiwM tkn In mwnor iiuttfully upplM tor a pem ion uhd ytfute la ill 1mldoHt ekplabJlDg lh hrd Â¬ Â¬ 129SI VALUn the maintenance of the insane 1riatioiiHto anddmab and feebleminded in Btitutions counter a malarious atmosphere and snd den changes of toihperaturo and the lenstrobustare usually tho easiest victims Dr J II McLeans Strengthening Cordial and blood Purifier will give tone and vitilnty and strength to vour entire body S100 per bottle Sold by J 15 Swnngo ITaoI Green dE SCHWARTZ lvt nnmilnn noOdOd TH03 II HASUY M I BUCCESSORH TO O A FohnoBtock Cot Pitteburg Pa Solo Proprietors Â¬ HAZEL GREEN Mi Ka J ctrs aJa ritx fM Fall Term Begun MONDAY AUGUST 151b Â¬ 1887 well-ventilated Â¬ Â¬ large buildings furnished with nev improved school furniture ctfean Full Corps Competent Teachers ax New Â¬ Â¬ man but why afflict the dog if he dont need Yet many persons read aji almanac where various disit eases are described and symptoms given that will almost convince a WELL man that he is AWFULLY kout of whack and they are ready to buy Something to Take regardless of real NEED A diseased liver is the scat of That tired nervous rest- Â¬ Tnthtf of the diseases of the flesh less feeling that goes to bed with you and ges up as promptly as uhe rooster crowing and sticks closer than a brother tells you that you NEED something to overcome it A nasty aloe coated pill makes you gag to THINK of it- You cant We havent any bear tiio TI10UG1IT of it Now listen great discovery by Indians but we have a SMALL sugar coated Pellet that the most delicate may tak a combination of VEGETABLE remedies the work of ono of the lest educated Physicians in this country a formula that we will give anv Physician desiring it If vou NEED a LIVER Pill try these C CALVERT CO Said a Â¬ Â¬ - grat Tuition Board and Incidental Expenses Reasona- able For further information call on or address Â¬ ir bld by all Merchants - P al3 CINCINNATI O Proprietors TRIMBLE BROTHERS Â¬ Hazel Green Academy Go Hazel Green Wolfo conn to Ky Â¬ IMAMM1 0 i 1 4 I MT STERLSKOKY Â¬ ca Nm ONLY Will be sent to any nudren1 one year for M Wor Weekly ad Tilt- - -- SOO ONLY In orller tn nccommndftte oiir patrons we havo made arrangements t which we can Airnlslr Tin IIkuami ami NKW YORK AVOUIil tosether with nubflcrihcrH choice of thoUOKLDS mosr liberal premiumeouslermg of tin followinu vnluuhlo hooka - j Hespect fully Invite tlie Mountain Merchants to Examine tlieir Stock and Prices before purchasing mm I Si HAZEL GREE3 KENTUCKY DY 0J History of tlio TJ SM History of England Everybodys Guide AH for the impreucdontidly low prloo ci Two Dollars a Year Tho retail price of either of thoo hookn is Wholesale and Retail Largest Stock Lowest Prices Heavy iuvpicos arriving daily and stacks uuuxi wuiuits oi gooas 10 meeuovory ctopartinoni of trade Livo Stopk Country Produce and SchooK Claixni ropoived in trade ounotea account or morobandiso F DAY j - ofM tmtm wHwiJrUttafH0HrMe mi sfciOO itnH tlwy nnu6t lie hud lor Ion Tho NrW Youk NYmtlu In tho Undine Urtinnorntlu pApnr nftli Inltod 8taU niiu iu u innlly paper It hai no rirul IU olrculn Hon luliii morn th un dntiblo that of any other papir on Hih American Contlnunt rTliono who deilre to tnko ndvanttjjo of thU liberal offer hoiibl call on orhd ilrM Uitt Tu ItmtAKi at once The owh mnit aoooiftpwity order with 10 ctnu eiini to pny poitairu ou hook CU4 ANP TliU UQOKti rry mi i litauV tfr n k if Ifafn larger rirculation iu the mountains oj f HE a a ERALD MMf n Eastern Kentucky than any paper in the tatt and merchants anil others wishing o Vurt the tralc of Eastern Kentuuky will tilld it THK BKHT ADVKKTISINO MKDIUM inch first insertion 15 cents an inch for Jfiich suMequcut inncrtion lip STANDING AnvrKTISKMRNTK 1 inchPH 1 ycar 1 ycstrlo00 COO SJiiichen I year IK 00 flinches 1 year 17P0 inches lyear l uo 0 indie 1 year 2000 t jStfTransiunt ndvcrtHeinfntu f oont Advertising Rntos mi Inch ItWu o m Announcements of candidates for State or District olfices 10 County offices 5 calls on persons to become candidates and their nnsweis r cents a line Payable juvnriably in advance BgjyNo name will be entered upon the Subscription Book until paid for and all subscriptions are dtopped at expiration of time paid for notice of which will on the he indicated by a cross mark margin in front of your name A prompt renewal only will insure its continuance SPENCER COOPEK Â¬ line jjfSneial rates on larger advertisements local notices 5c a line with per cent oil for long time ami death notice free tri- liutes of respect and obituaries 5 cents i X 6ARR1SGH J I ARD HE SELLS CHEAP u combined saddle and harness horses while Mrs Samuel Swango of Stillwater is below and is now prepared to accommo date all who want livery turnouts lie no better has a good buck wagon and will have a Courtney McGuire son of F McGuire road cart in a few days All his horses are good saddle animals and he can fit has the fever a man out any way he wants to go George Lovelace of Campton was in J T Day returned home on Wednes Â¬ town last Saturday day last from Mt Sterling and brings G N Candler of Rousseau is visiting anything but encouraging licws for our farmers He disposed of ninety two head friends at this place of cattle at prices ranging from 1 to 3c James J Cannoy will move this woelr per pound and sold thirty feeders at 2Jc which a few months ago would have from Uath to Magoilin county brought 3J to 4c iu any market The Dr John Taulbeo has moved from supply of both grass and stock water is very limited and people heretofore hand Jackson to his farm on Frozen Creek ling large numbers of cattle are sf much Miss Belle Adams acted as assistant discouraged by the outlook that they will not touch cattle at all teacher at the Academy this week John IT Pieratt returned from Mt Sterling Tuesday and says we will soon CUTLERY TINWARE have a railroad He heard that II E MASONIC TKMITK Huntington had telegraphed to Young MT STERLING KY jullly Mitchell of Mt Sterling that work yxl3IMLImyglWJT11lHW HIBI on the extension from Chambers Station 60BBEHTTDWBAHD COUNTY NEWS would begin at once John bought three W AKE QU EENVWA RE Messrs Sidney M Mattel and Gcb W Lisle of Furnace Eatill county nro among tho patrons fo Hazel Green Acad my Tho former has a daughter Miss Nora and the latter a son George in attendance This reminds us of a few others of Estill and Powell counties that should do likewise Among them we mention Hon C W Russell John W Williams Judge Richard Hardwick and A B Hall All these eentlemen are men of intelligence and education and knowing the importance of educa ting tneir children willdoubtlcssendeav or to send to the best school they can find These gentlemen are also identified in the material advancement of the educa tional social moral and religious status of our beloved mountains and should patronize homo institutions in preference to foreign ones Then having no good schools of their own they should patron- Â¬ ize their neighbor county of Wolfe and place thefr children at Hazel Green Academy where the training is equal to any in the State and the tuition onlv about half that charged bv other institutions These gentlemen should investigate the merits of our school and the morals of our town before sending their clnhb en oh Indeed they should not think of sending them away at all when they can secure for them every advantago at our Academy and be patronizing a home institution bo fostering homo enterprise Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ OUR WASHINGTON LETTER Washington D 0 Smith P Kerr Manufacturer of Â¬ SITOVES Â¬ i i On Wednesday the 14th inst on Kash Swatigo reported last week as Frozen Creek Breathitt county William having the fever is now convalescent Sewell was waylaid and shot while at Mrs J G Trimble and son BrUce of work in his own yard boning cane juice Mt Sterling are visiting relatives in and fell in the kettle His friends came to his assistance and helped him out town His wounds were fatal but before dying Morrison Cox and Boh Lyons of Mt he said that Hob Frazier and a man nam Sterling are visiting relatives and friends ed Flinchnm did tho shooting They in this vicinity were both arrested and taken to Jackson Â¬ Misses Ada and Dora Hanks of Camp Wolfe county ought to send some two ton were the quests of Mrs F N Day tfr three representative men to the IndusSaturday and Sunday last trial and Commercial Conference at Lou isville on the 4th of next month Magof To every person who will send us 9 in fin Morgan and Breathitt should do like- Â¬ cash and nine subscribers we will 6end wise Tim Heiiald one year free There are 133 children of school age Rev A FErb will preach at t he Tom in this district of which less than half Ward school house on Blackvi iter on arc attending the two schools Parents should send their children to school the first Sunday in October Â¬ Â¬ the news from that place How is this The DetroitWeokly Free Press and The Herald will be sent to The Conference of tho M E Church any address four months for only fifty South at Covington last week decided cents to move their College from Millersburg to Winchester Miss Emma Jenkins assistant teacher at tho Academy was sick on Monday and Watch this paper next week for what Tuesday but able to resume teaching on a young wifo said to her husband We learn that William Crucy our T Day who has just returned from Assessor was kicked on the cap of the Mt Sterling thinks the prospect for a knee by a horse a few days ago and it railroad to Hael Green is very good is thought severely injured Any one having copies ofTm Herald Our Salyersvillc subscribers will do us of Aug 25 and bent 2 and 9 will con- a favor if they will get some live young fer a favor by bringing them to this oflicc man to acC as correspondent aud send us J Â¬ Wednesday moruing CAJUTON the daughter of Mr Little Nell CAjrPTON Sept 19 The following and Mrs Evans of this place has been are the registers at tho Combs House suffering with something like scrofula W 0 tloskins Powell county for several days past Miss Emma Faulkner Powell county E T Kash Hazel Green Uncle Bob Cummins is the boss boot John Ward and wife County and shoo maker of Eastern Kentucky G W Launis St Louis Mo and all who try him will say so He C W Howe Mt Sterling always makes a dandy fit W T Day May town S S Rossoll Lexington Mrs Granville Evans and son Doug William Patton Catlettsbufg las and Bud Horton wife and child Dick Judy Powell county were the guests of John II Evans of this G B Brazelton Kuoxville Tenn place Saturday and Sunday J R Tuggle Cincinnati Louisville K M John M Rose requests rrs to ask tjiose tjames Hardiman Hazel Green E Smnlley who subscribed to tho rebuilding of the S S Taulbee Taulbce bridge over Red River at this place to J Taylor Whaley Hazel Green ebmu up and pay tho amounts at once John Davis J S Clark Harris Arnctt of Hendricks P 0 Miss Emma Faulkner who has been Magoffin counfy passed through here here tho past week returned to her home Wednesday going to Mt Sterling He Â¬ River Saturday to attend a told us tlm mineral men did not buv on Red meeting but will return in a pro few tracted much iu his suction The Salycrvillc base- ball club sent a proportion to the Ilnzcl Green club for a match which proposition wax accepted the gamo lo ha played at this nlaco Sat- Â¬ urday 24th iiit at ono oclock - Tho Mt Sterling Gazette luarns that Hon W P Taulbeo is out of politics but will not outer tliu pulpit Muybo Pre thinks a change would bo from frying pan to flro WAKTKn A cormmondont or rialyerivlllu Jackson tfido iiwnko tuitorprUIng Smith is horo taking days to her music lessons good progress during her stay S o Combs has just returned from Rrcathitt countv wiiero ho wont to at Â¬ tend tho funeral of hia father But the furtoral was postponed until the second Sunday in November James E Smalloy proprietor of tho ftathtr renovator at Hazol Green paid Campton a Hying visit Saturday and oujoyod Ida glass of sweet milk at tho Como i Ilouifo as usual Mias Jane Smith daughter of S B niudlu IuhjoiIjC L A tho war of 1812 are on tho pension rolls ThorO wero added to the r6lls during tho last1 year 55194 new pensioners moro She made than in any previous year iu the history application 4 That tho rate for total deafness be 30 per month C That tho Commissioncr of Pension is Gil Main Street 10 Summer St be authorized to pay pension lo wifo or other suitable personin caso that soldier Louisville Ky BostonMass is of dissolute habits 6 That an additional clerical force hd B llepresentecl by allowed fifty clerks of class ono and Blackburn fifty 1000 clerks These are some of the mostimportant changes recommended On June 30 1837 K TUGGLE there were 400007 pensioners on the rolls WITH Tho names of 1009 surviving soldiers of -- respectfully solicit the public patronage I will feed horses by the single fcedday week or month nud take pleasure in giving nil stock entrusted to ne especial attention Horses bought and sold on Commis sion and will ilnve Horses to Harness lor all UNION STREETS THIRD RACE who desire my services All charges reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed Stable in connection with JDav House aGly J II PIERATT s23tf the outside a perfect architectuaal jr beauty In the magnificent court will to be made Cut this out JIAMES P PANT be held the future Inaugural balls 1 Tore WITH THE and return to us and wo will hist week the International Medical send you free something of Congress was bmquetted dined and great value and importance to you that will wined The building will have Cost in start you iti busings which will bring you round numbers when the finishing touch- in more money right away than anything OK Anyone can do tho work else in the world es are added a million dollars and live at home Either sex all ages SomeThe modern vmdals who f re known thing new that just coins money for all W S by the milder sobriequct of relic hunters workers We wifl start you capital not DEAIBIIS IN have at last succeeded in compelling the needed This is ono of the genuine imporwho arc G lOves authorities to close the Washington1 mon tant chances of a lifetime TIiuhc Etc- to visitors until it can bo better ambitious and enterprising will not delay ument protected from these barbarians- These Grand outfit free Addres9 Tkue Co Corner Pearl and Tine relic hunters oucht to bo releiratcd to Augusta Maine private life DunfipHJ B DUnlapHW G Darrctt CINCINNATI O As the Capital buildiug which has been in process of construction nearly Will nlways be found ready to attend to the wantB of the jatronn of the house Thank a century is now completed a new proful for past patronage you are Invited to ject is set on foot A national boulevarde call and see us when in thp city and Unclo or highway from this city toMt Vernon Wholesale Manufacturers of Jim Fant promises to put on his best good Â¬ the homo and last resting place of Wash looks when waiting upon you aO Cm ington is being strongly agitated It is to bo two hundred feet wide and each G H Dean- - Kite Pollard- Stateistobe assigned a section of the avenue for the purpose of planting trees Importers and Wholesale Dealers iu shrubbery and erecting statuary there- Â¬ on The highway is to bi known as Mt AND UKALKIIS IN Vernon Avenue Tho scheme is gigantic but men have taken hold of it who mean SADDLERY HARDWARE business and at no distant day wo may 72S and 730 W Main St boast of an Appian way In thiseonncc tion there is a man who does not live JKY under tho protection of stars and stripes Keprcpcritcd by IiOU NUNNELLY but in a sister Republic who has dono nJOIy Tea- moro than any one to beautify the Na- kiuiiii jMiii ah vviiu an uAiruviiguiiuu approaching that of Augustus has made Washington tho pride of the country Northwest corner Pearl and- and second to the finest city ori earth Walnut Streets He was abused for imposing heavy taxes for his cherished ambition Lut lie heeded MAYTOWrf KENTUCKY them not and though broken down in ftGtfm fortune himself he sawhis hopes realized The beautiful streets elegairtly laid out parks are his mementoes In a few days he will visit tho city of his pride 116 will bo given a grand reception aud a rousing Done promptly and in workmanlike man Â¬ ovation Ilo deserves all the credit and ner honor that may be accorded him Ho found Washington in mud and brick ho V left it in coiv rete and marble There s HiS frlB bH 1H hA bh would bo no impropriety in entcitainimr ex Gov Shepherd as a nations guest 73Far sale cheap for cash Come and G6neral John C Black Commissioner W W MANKElt see us of Pensions iu his aunual report to tho Manager jei2 tm Secretary of the Interior recommends the following legislation 1 Minor children be allowed five dol- Â¬ lars instead of two per month 2 That the act of June 15 1880 be Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in amended so as to extend to tho cases of n6iy those soldiers who have become helpless since its approval 3 That a widows pension dato from AND husbands death instead of date of filing I says ho tendered his resignation on ac Â¬ count of tho continued ill health of his wife Notwithstanding this a rtfmor is afioat that there was a disagreement be- Â¬ tween Mr Bayard and the Assistant Secretary on the fisheries question Mr Porter was deservedly popular and his departure will bo a source of regret among his many friends and especially tho newspaper men who doted on him for his courteous consideration of tho scribes Hon W P Taulbeo and family nro hero and ensconced attheir old quarters for tho winter Mr Taulbeo is iu excel lent health though ho looks somewhat prematurely gray His congressional duties are arduous as they are beginningto tenon tne gallant young Congressman Among the youngest members of tho House ho has gained an enviable reputa Â¬ tion for so short a career By his native geniality ho has become well known among his colleagues and is regarded as tho rising young leader of the House The new Pension building is practical- Â¬ ly completed It is the largest brick structure in the world Viewed from the exterior it not prepossessing but the interior makes up for tho deficiency of ident and Mrs Cleveland left fdr Phila Â¬ delphia tb attend tho Centennial Consti tutional celebration over which the President is to preside They will not return till lato autumn as they will go on their proposed tour Tho President is the hardest worked man in the Gov- Â¬ ernment He has had no vacation this summer and is needing rest His annual message to Congress is being put in type The retirement of ex Gbvernor Porter of Tennessee from the State Department excites a great deal of comment Ho Editor nERALrf Last Thursday Pres Sept 19th 1887 iest Grade 6t Full ilte v AND DRALKK IK Grain Feed WINCHESTER KY c Ctfararitee atisfac tion in Grade and Price- at all times T rn OS 1 W l1 H V V HAZEL GREEN KYv nro Sole Agents for Eastern Kentucky JL JAii1 for KERRS ROLLER MILL PLOUlt and carry a large impply of the following brands Pjbmtctiox Wheat Extract WlHTK Pearl Pntent Jtoller Magnolia Roller Fancy Siiaku Lake Holler Family atone Supcrfino upon which nG lhn they will quote prices and delivt r at Hazel Crcen or Ituthwull Station t O LIVERY SALE AND LOUIS Sltt S S CO 51 WHOLESALE DEALERS IN FEED STABLE HAZEL GREEN KY -- H - o good saddle aud harness horses and vehicles UP A HAVING FITTEDprovided FIRS CLASS mid myself with AND NOTIONS Cincinnati i Â¬ MONEY OldKeliableHat Hoiis Â¬ DIGKmS0fr 0OV Umbrellas Â¬ - JL Â¬ DUNLAP BROSlflO SADDLERY HARNESS ETC LOUISVILLE Queensware Hassware Marawn Mill Co WOOL CARDING Decorated Dinner and Chamber Ware CINCINNATI Lams cV C Grinding and Sawing liyAiA Flour Meal Feed and Lumber WHOLESALE IHIrMiBoots Shoes J uliUuLnp No 29 irine Street Cincinnati Abe Bloch Co Childrens Manufacturcb and Wholesale Dealers in MenfJt Youths7 Boys and LOTHING 1 22 Vine Street a201y JG P 05 Ringgold joiuinitH ov Co dincinnafu 7 O of the Bureau Sinco 1801 1001200 claims of all elates have been filed of which 570948 have been allowed Ltst year 73407581 were paid in pensions an increase of 9CJ9750 over tho pro vlous year Tho Commipslprtcr asks for an appropriation of 379046230 for tho ensuing year for tho pensions I glvo yoUthoiHi figures that your rdnd ors may know what a grateful country docs for its disabled soldiers their widows and orphans Fritz Karl Boots and Shoes IEAItL and 07 WEST STRKET CINOINNATI OHIO iRlEDEPOSlfllT MfrrfncRUNo ky All bVrflons wanting blacknmithiiijj of any or an Ktnus Mcyons mndo or rqpaucu uug KitiH apriijc wapn i plows Htocked cutting coltflM tnriilnif plownrcpairtid plows madrt and laid hoqy mntlooktt imdhoMcs qhod in tuo m8i ftiyic cam on TYL1SH DAVJH Hazel Urqett Ky fur YOffi ore money at workwurltl clue in tne llvo NOTICE v at homo and make wer Hft tkaM av J MflrfaSTAFF lVident -- and Oitmpton to whom will Ixi allowed W nr taint of all thu hunlne thoy ife Knuh of tho in will iilso huyo u tjjmro to Guro ono of tho gold prlswe hi Rt each of Ikao point will glvo utto Mown euulf wwkf W W THOMSON CHahlcr Fou RrVT Tho hotwo ami carrion recently vacated hy Jr Taulhoo In for DIHKCrOJW For sick headache female troubles runt to a tenant who can pay monthly neuralgic pains iu tho head tnko Dr J in advanco and rIvo approved weurity Jam Okomv Andrf Fmilkk Apply to II Melons Mttlo Uvur ami Kidney for koou cjtro of nreiuw J T itlQHUAVlU DH jRVH 1HAXK IilUtd 29 cents a vUl Bold by G B Him Italic Agwt 8wiik Hum firwii 0 not ncvilcd you am utartcd frti 9ik mx erK all 8e Any onVi eaa ds k irtftarnjHK fwra trow rnsHrr awi aMf oHint Rwa tarjirt uw m Lmltal v n Costii fcaA UtaHwt tni Vu mmmm out If vol u H HALIKTTAt9 otkltttf tit VttfdOM j ur uiiy 7r Wrim wW yH will it TwOwmL W 3P j 7 - Mi- - if 4 II v m THE FACTS PEOVED It WiU Not i- bo Through Argumont But Through Testimony We Are Witness of the Fact That Religion linn Power to Give Composure Sermon fey Ker T De Witt Talmage D D Tho Facts The Hamptons Provod ia tho Bubjoct of discourse by Kev T DoWitt Talmngo D D to day His text is from tho 15th vorso of Acta ill 41 Wo arc witnoaaos Iu tho daya of Ooorgo Btophonson tho porfcotor of tho locomotlvo engine tho sciuntsts provod conclusively thnt a rail Â¬ way train could novor bo drivon by steam powor Bucccasfully and without poril but tho ruBhing express trains from Liver-Â¬ pool to Edinburg and from Ediuburg to London havo mndo all tho nations wlt noss of tho splendid nchiovomont navigators proved and Machinists atenmer could conclusively that a novor cross tho Atlantic Ocean but no Boonor had thoy successfully proved tho Impossibility of such an undertaking than tho work was done and the pnssengorson tho Cunnrd uud tho Innian and tiie National and tho White Star linos nro wit Tlioro wont up a guffaw of wiso npasoH laughter at Prof Morsoa proposition to mako tho lightning of heaven his orrand boy and it was provod conclusively that tho thing could novor bo done but now till ho nowa of tho wide world by Asso Â¬ ciated Proas put in your hands ovory morning and night has mudo all nations Â¬ sr i 6W DritllOSSOS i fcr BKr OEH F t i Wo in tho timo of Christ it wns provod conclusively that it was impossible for bun to rlso from tho dead It was shown logically that whon a man was dead ho On whom my hopes of Heaven depend was doud and the hoart and tho liver and No When I blush ho this my shame tho lungs having ceased to porform tholr That I no more rovcro Ills name olllccs tho limbs would bo rigid beyond Again I remark that wo aro witÂ¬ all powor of friction or arousal Thoy showed it to bo an absolute absurdity that nesses of tho Gospels power to comfort Whon a man has trouble tho world tho dead Christ should ovor got up alive Now got your mind but no sooner had thoy provod this than comos in and says tho dond Christ arose and tho dinrlplos oil this go out and breatho tho fresh air What behold Illm heard Ills voico and talked plungo deeper into business Uot your mind off of with Him and thoy took tho witness poor advice whon every thing is upturned tit und to provo that to bo truo which tho Itl tho bereavement and ovory tho day had proved to bo Im with wlsoaoros of possible tho rocord of tho oxporiment thing romindsyou of what you havo lost Illm Got your mind oil of it They might as and of tho testimony is in tho text Uod raised from tho dead whoreof well adviso you to atop thinking You bath can not stop thinking ami you can not wo nro witnesses Now lot mo play the skeptic for a mo-Â¬ stop thinking In that direction Take a ment Thoro Is no Ood says tho slcop walk In tho fresh air Why along thnt tlo for I havo never seen hltn with my very street or that very road she onco Your Hibio Is a accompanied you Out of that grass plot Tiwn physical oyesight pack of contradictions Thoro novor wns she plucked flowers or into that show saying u miraclo Lazarus was not raised from window alio looked fascinated Go deeper into Como sco tho pictures tho dond and tho water was novor turned Why sho was associated with Into wluo Your religion is an imposition business all your business ambition and sluco sho On tho credulity of tho ngos Thoro is an aged mnn moving in that pow as though is gone you have no ambition loft Oh this Is a clumsy world when it trios ilio would liko to respond Hero aro hundreds of pooplo with facoa a llttlo flushed to comfort a broken heart I can build a at thoso nnnouncoments and all through Corliss onglno I can paint a Raphaels I can play a Beethovens this hoiuio thoro is a Biipprossod fooling Madonna Symphony an easily as this world can which would liko to speak nut iu behalf of tho truth of our glorious Christianity as comfort a broken hoart And yot you iu tho day a of tho toxt crying out Wo havo been comforted How wns itdono Got Did Christ como to you and say aro witnesses I your mind off this go out and breatho tho Tho fact is that if this world Is ovor brought to Uod it will not bo through fresh air plungo dcopor into business argumout but through testimony You No Thoro was a minuto whon Ho camoto might cover tho wholo earth with apolo you porhaps iu tho watches of tho night gies for Christianity nnd learned trentles porhaps in your placoof business porhaps along tho street and Ho brctthod someIn dofonso of religion you would not con vort a soul Lectures on tho harmony bo thing Into your soul that gave poaco rost twoon dcionco and religion aro beautiful Influito quiot so that you could tako out inonUt discipline but havo novor saved a tho photograph of tho deported ono und sou and novor will savo a soul Put a look into tho oyos and tho faco of tho dear It is nil right sho is bettor man of tho world and a man of tho church one and say Against oach other and tho man of the off I would uot call her bnck Lord 1 world will in all probability got tho tri- Â¬ thank Theo that Tnou hnst comforted my umph Thoro aro a thousand things in poor heart Thoro aro Christian puronts horo who our religion that aoom llloglcnl to tho nro willing to testify to tho powor of tho world and always will seem illogical Our weapon In this conflict is faith not Gospol to comfort Your son had just logic faith not metaphysics faith not graduated from school or coLogo and was profundity faith not BcholaBtio explora- Â¬ going into business nnd tho Lord took tion But then in order to havo faith wo him Or your daughter had just gradu must havo testimony and if fivo hundrod ated from tho young ladies seminary and inoii or ono thouuand mou or ilvo hundrod you thought sho was going to bo n useful thousand men or ilvo million men got up woman and of long life but tho Lord took All and toll mo that thoy havo folt tho roliglon hor nnd you woro tempted to say of Jcbub Christ a joy a comfort a holp an this culture of twonty yenrs for nothing inspiration I am bound as a fair mlndod Or tho little child camo homo from school man to accept tholr testimony I want with the hot fovor that stopped not for tho jUBtnow to put boforo you throo proposi- agonized prayor or for tho skillful physi- Â¬ tions tho truth of which 1 think this audi cian uud tho llttlo child was takon Or tho babo was lifted out of your arms by enco will attest with overwhelming unanBomo quick opidomic nnd you ntood wonimity Tho first proposition Is Wo nro wit- Â¬ dering why God ovor gavo you that child nesses thnt tho roliglon of Christ is able to at all if ao soon Ho wns to tako it away And yot you aro not repining you ronvort a soul Tho Oospol may havo had a hard timo to nro not f rotf ul you aro not fighting against ronquor us wo may havo fought it bok God What has enabled you to otand all tho but wo woro vanquished You say con Â¬ I took tho modi Oh you say version la only an Imaginary thing Wo trial now bettor Wo nro witnesses Thoro cino thnt Uod gavo my sick soul In my novor was bo great a chaugo in our hoart distress I throw mysolf at tho foot of a und life ou any other subject as on this sympathizing Uod nnd whon I was too Pooplo laughed nt tho missionaries in weak to pray or to look up Ho breathed Madagascar bocauso thoy proaohod ton Into mo n poaco that I think must bo tho years without ono convort but thoro nro foro taste of that Hoaven whuro thoro is thlrty thrco thousand converts in Mada Â¬ neither a tear nor a farowoll nor a grnvo gascar to day Pooplo laughod at Dr Como all yo who havo bocn nut to tho Judson tho Baptist misalonnrv because grnvo to weop thoro como all ye com Is ho kept on proaohlng in Burmnh Ilvo fortod souls got up off your knees years without a ainglo convort but thoro thoro no power In this Uospol to anotho aro twonty thousand Baptists in Burmnh tho hoart I la thoro no powor In this roto day Pcoplo laughod nt Dr Morrison liglon to quiet tho worst paroxysm of of China for preaching thoro aovon yonrs grief Thoro comor up an answor from without a single conversion but thoro aro comforted widowhood and orphanage Ayo uyo wo tiftcou thousand Christians in China to- and childlessness saying day Peoplo laughod at tho missionaries uro witnesses Again I remark that wo nro witnesses for preaching at Tahiti for tlftcon yoars without a ainglo conversion and at tho of the fact that religion has powor to give missionaries for proaohlng in Bougal composure in tho last moment I shall soventaoH yoars without a ainglo eonvor novor forgot tho llrst timo 1 confronted lon yet In all those lauds thoro aro mul death Wo wont across tho corn Holds In tho country I was led by my fathers titude of Christians to day Hut why go oo far to llnd evidences of hand and wo cnino to tho farinhoiiHo Wo whoro tho boroavomont had como and wo tltn loapela powor to savo a soul Wo worn so proud that saw tho crowd of wagons and carriages wltHttaaoa are Md whm could liavo humbled us wo woro but thero was 0110 curriago that especially a kurd Omt no earthly powor could havo attracted my boyish attention ami It Imd 1 audit Whats that wwlt wl mi angel of Uod woro nil around black plumes that Why those blnek InssoU at hWmI m but ono da porlmpa at a whuto and after it J4UH4lt aHxleua neat ur Hi a Irojby tho 1topi lifted up to lookwas explained to upon ho bright eatMskatloal hwU ro or at a burial mo wua trU face of Kit Mgod Christian woman who a power wlwd tut ami Wm triumph throo dnyboiori hud departed u mdt m WMWU tiewti rh4 Hdwada UN Tho wholo bwiio wmdo UH wprclo I WHltM JWWMl ftftti Ml kHWl vor forffuL Ja our trmoH und Ih our lay exhurl vwi row Ww griMfH Witt w Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ couM not It Rung us Mat aad when we aroso we woro as much changod as Qour gls tho hoathon who wont into a prayor raootlng with a daggor and a gun to dis Â¬ turb tho mooting and destroy it but tho Oh I my next day was found crying groat sins I Ohl my groat Saviour I and forolovon yoarl proachod tho Oospol of Christ to his follow mountalncors tho last Prco wordn on his dying lips being grace Oh it was f red graco Tlioro is a man who wns for ton years a hard drinkor Tho dreadful appottto had sent down its roots around tho pnlato and tho tonguo und on down until thoy woro intor linked with tho vitala of body mind nnd soul but ho hns not takon any stimulants for two years What did thatl Not tcraperanco aoclotlos Not prohibition laws Not moral sunsion Conversion Why Bald ono upon whom tho did it great change had come sir I feol just as though I woro somobody else Thoro is a sea captain who sworo all tho way from New York to Havana and from Havana to Ban Francisco nnd whon ho wns in port ho wns worso than when ho was on tho sea What powor wa3 it thnt washed his tonguo cloan of profanities and mndo him a psalm singer Conversion by tho Holy Spirit Thero ure thousands of pcoplo in this houso to night who nro no moro what they onoo woro than a water lily is a nlghtshado or a morning lark is a vulturo or day is night Now if 1 should demand that all thoso looplo In this houso who havo felt tho converting powor of religion should rise so far from being ashamed thoy would spring to their loot with more alacrity than thoy ever sprang to tho dance tho tonrs mingling with tholr exhilaration as Wo aro witnesses And if thoy cried thoy tried to sing tho old Oospol hymn thoy would bronk down with emotion by tho timo thoy got to tho second lino Ashamed of Jesus thnt dear friend Â¬ Â¬ back to somo distinguished porsonago to a John Knox or a Harriot NowelL But I want you for wltnossos I want to know if you havo ovor soon any thing to mako you bollovo that the roliglon of Christ can gtvo composure In tho final hour Now in tho courts attor- Â¬ ney jury and judgo will novor admit moro hearsay Thoy domand that tho witness must havo soon with his own eyes or heard with his own oars and so I um critical In my examination of you now and I want to know whothor you havo aeon or hoard any thing thnt makes you bollovo that tho religion of Christ givos composure In tho Unal hour you say Oh yos I saw my fathor nnd mothor dopart Thoro was a great difforonco in tholr doath beds Standing by tho ono wo felt moro venoration By tho other thoro was moro tenderness Boforo tho ono you bowed porhups in nwo In tho other enso you felt ns If you would liko to go along with hor How did thoy feel in that last hour How did they acorn to net Woro they very much frighv ened Did they tako hold of this world with both hands as though thoy did not want to givo it up Oh no you say no I romembor as though it woro yester Â¬ day sho had a kind word for us all and thoro were a fow memontoos distributed among tho children nnd then sho told us how kind wo must bo to our fathor in his loneliness nnd then sho kissed us good by and wont asleep as a child in a cradle What mndo her socomposod Natural No courago you any mothor was very nervous when tho carriago inclined to tho sldo of tho road sho would cry out sho was always rather weakly What then gavo her composuro Was it becauso sho did not care much for you und tho Oh pang of parting was not great you say sho showorcd upon us a woalth ol affection no mother ever lovod her children moro than mothor loved us sho showod it by tho way alio nursed us whon wo wow sic and she toiled for us until hor strength gavo out Whut then was it thnt gaw her composuro in the last hour Do no hido it Bo frank and let mo know Oh you nay it was becauso sho was so good alio mndo tho Lord hor portion und sho had lUith that sho would go straight to glory and that wo should all meet her at last nt the foot of tho throne I saw a Hero aro pooplo who say Christian brother die nnd ho triumphed And some one elso I saw a Christie sis Como nil jro tor die and sho triumphed who havo scon tho last momonts of n Christian and givo testimony in this cause on trial Uncover your healfl put your hand on tho old fnmily Biblo from wnich thoy usod to rend tho promisor and promise in tho prosonco of high Hoaven thnt you will toll tho truth tho wholo truth and nothing but tho truth With what you have soon with your own eyes and from what you havo hoard with your own oars is thero powor in this Uospol to givo calm ness and triumph in tho Inst exigency Tho rosponso comes from all aides from young and old and middle aged Wo arc wltnossos You soo my frlonds I havo not put boforo you an abstraction or a chlmora or nny thing liko guess work I prcsont you nflldnvita of tho best men nnd women living and dead Two witnesses in court will establish a fact Horo aro not two wit nesses but thousands of wltnossos on earth millions of witnesses and in Heaven a groat multitude of wltnossos that no man can number testifying that thoro is powor in this religion to convert tho soul to givo comfort in trouble and to afford composuro iu tho last hour Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tlons we are very apt when wo want to bring illustrations of dying triumph to go TEMPEEANCE HEADING TRIBUTE TO WHISKY Ttro Hon en of the Wlmut and the Corn A II send you somo of tho most wonderful whisky that ovor drove n skeleton from tho feast or painted landscapes In the brain of man It Is the mlngtftt souls of xchtat and corn In it you will And tho sunshine and the shadow that chusod each other over tho billowy Holds tho breath of June tho carol of tho lark tho dews of nlKht the wealth of summer and autumns rich content all golden with Imprisoned light Drink it and you will hear tho voice of mon nnd maidens singing the Harvest Homo miURlod with tho laughter of children Drink it and you will feel within your blood tho 6tartlcd dawns the dreamy tuwny dusks of many perfect days For forty yonrs this liquid joy has been within tho happy staves of oaks less longing to touch the lips of man Ilobtrl O But the physical results had ns they Jngertolll are unfortunately are not tho worst Theres a wonderful fountain of liquid Joy FlowlnR forth In a crystal rill The past live weeks of tho hoated Forever and over It welleth up term havo been shockingly fruitful of From the misty depths of the still crimes of personal violence all in Â¬ In Its widening course as It hurries ulong It circles tho wlilo world round spired by the free use of alcohol A And side by hide as they drink of Its tido father maddened with drink sUbs his The prince nnd tho beggar are found daughter to tho heart n hustanri While poets sing so merrily sing As they quaff It again and again lilted for the work in the saloons kilia It Is only the life of tho wheat und tho corn his wife two drunken men attend Which Naturo hath given to men Como drink of this neetnr and feel tho warm glow Of summer with autumns content Thy pulse shall thrill like tho breath of a mnrks Dr Pnrkor Is tomptlng Prov- Â¬ idence and according to Dr Edson thoso who drink at nil nro apt to drink to excess Tho truth is becoming moro nnd moro clearly recognized that alcohol taken as a beverage is always injurious and never helpful If taken nt nil it should bo taken as n medicine Thoso who disobey tho rules which scienco lays down as tho result of her disinter- Â¬ ested investigation tempt Providence in sun stroke und a hundred other physical derangemonts Common souso tells most men all this hut appe- Â¬ tite nnd selfishness mako them rock Then rattle skoloton bones besido Till reason hath lied In affright Drink deep of the cup from the river of Hfo Drink deeper I whisper nnd then 1 crush out the life of the wheat nnd tho corn While I rivet my chains upon men I mingle tho threads of tho woven gold Which kings aro entitled to wear With a web so lino that kings will chooso To sleep in a beggars lair I crumble the walls of palaces grand And buildup hovels Instead und life is taken nnd serious wounds given in tho nflray which follows in 11 drunken frenzy a laborer stabs an old mnn to death and June severely cuts his wifo but why nt When tho sunshino and shadows arc blent With tho carol of birds in the dew spangled tempt to summarize tho reports which dawn come under every bodys cyo in tho When the dawn is imprisoned with light Every day every daily newspapers Men and maidens shall sing tho sweet Harhour the saloon sends out its patrons vest Home In ravishing strains of delight to do crimes that muko the heart of so- Â¬ And children shall laugh whllo they join In ciety sick the song If alcohol has its legitimate uses in He echoed through valloy and glen Tls the mingled touls of the wheat nnd tho tho medical and seientiiio depart Â¬ corn ments lot it be confined to those uses Which the Giver hath given to men Medical and seientiiio testimony give While the world is enticed by tho poets it no legitimnto plnco nmong tho bev- Â¬ song erages Neither in high latitudes nor I cit by the worm of the still I chuckle and laugh with the fiends by my low latitudes is it aught but a physical side foe and no latitudes or longitudes And n death dealing potion distill Such glorious landscapes I paint on the have yet been found whoro it is nny brain thing but n eurso and a scourge N They seem but a feast of delight Y Independent my I Â¬ m m christening party Whllo maidens and mothers with anguish moan And children are crylnc for bread My vassals aro shouting In fiendish gloo From mountain from forest uud fen The liquid joy from tho whont and tho corn Is tho river of death unto men And who shall hindor its surging tido As it moans it a sullen roar The world is circled from polo to polo No strand savo Ktcrnitys shore Forever and ever It hurrws on And tho world with woo doth fill For demons aro building tho gallows high Enwrapped by the mists of the still And I gibber and laugh in a ghoulish glee As I hide mo away In my don Whence cometh the souls of the wheat and the corn Whither gooth the souls of mon Lydla CadwrlU in Union Signal J ALCOHOLS LATITUDES A tVlioruvor Drunk tlflo Tettimnny Ihyslrtil Iop u Curno anil it Senurco Medical und Scion- - Â¬ Deep horror then my vitals frozo Death struck I censed the tlilo to stem Whon suililenly a Htnr arose It wns the Slur of IJothlehom Oh hoarer got your cyo on it It is easier for you now to become Christians than it is to stay away from Christ and Heaven Whon Mad Sontag bogan hor musical carcor sho was hissed off tho atago at Viontm by tho frlonds of her Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rival Amolin Stoininger who had already begun to dccllno through hor dissipation Yoars pnssed on and ono day Mad Sontag in her glory was riding through tho streets of Borlln whon sho saw a llttlo child leading n blind woman and alio said Como horo my llttlo child como horo Who is thnt you aro loading by tho hand And tho llttlo child ropliod Thats my Sho mother thats Amelia Stolnlngor usod to bo a groat singer but she lost hor voico and sho criod so much about It thnt sho lost hor eyesight Ulvo my lovo to hor said Mad Sontag and toll hor an old acqualntauco will call on hor this afternoon Tho noxt wook in Berlin a vast assom bingo gathered at a bouotit for thnt poor blind woman nnd it was said that Mad Sontag sang that night ns alio had novor aung before And alio took a skilled oculist who In vnln trlod to givo eyesight to tho poor blind woman Until tho day of Amelia Stelningcrs doath Mad Sontag took euro of hor nnd her daughter after hor That was what tho Quuon of song did for hor enemy But- oh hear a moro thrilling story still Blind immortal poor and lost thou who whon tho world and Christ woro rivals for thy hoart didst hiss thy Lord away Christ comes now to givo thco sight to give thco a home to givo thoo Hoaven With moro than a Soutaga generosity Ho comes now to meet your need With moro than a Soutaga music Ho comes to pleud for thy dollveranco Â¬ i 1 General Groolv tho most distin guished Arctic traveler wo have among ih tells us that in high latitudes tho filed of alcohol shows itself in di Â¬ und in minished power for work impaired resistnnco to cold For this conclusion ho gives facts of his own observation and those sot down by previous expeditious Henry M Stanley tho most distin Â¬ guished African explorer of tho ago in an address which we published last yo ir showed by case after case how deadly i thing is alcohol in tho trop- id country of tho Congo If alcohol is so dangerous in tho re gions of extreme heat and cxtremo cold it must be that it is wholesome nnd invigorating in the temperate zones if anywhere Hut Dr Cynw Kdson Chief Inspector of Food in the Sanitary Hurcnu of tho New York Health Department and Dr Williard Parker two of tho most distinguished physicians in Now York Cit- - in arti Â¬ cles just published in the Epoch do not recommend alcoholic drinks but warn peoplo against them nt least nt this season of tho year Says Dr Edson Tho first effect of alcoholic drinks Is to cause a rlso In temperature Tho blood ves sels of tho brain uro congested tho hoart is stimulated The secondary effect Is to lower tho tempcrnturo slightly ltvt you never find Â¬ Emphatic Testimony Mr II M Stanley has givon his em- Â¬ phatic testimony against tho use of His wide alcohol in tropical climates experience has taught him that the danger and deadliness of alcoholic stimulants in Africa can scarcely bo over estimated Tho testimony of Gen- Â¬ eral A W Greely against its use in polar regions is as emphatic ns that of Mr Stanley regarding its effects in tropical climates In this respect Gen- Â¬ eral Greely1 s article in tho Forum is especially valuable Ho shows that tho men who first were attacked with scurvy woro thoso who woro nddictcd to tho immoderate use of nlcohol There is not space here to quote tho General at length but for the sako of the thousands who foolishly resort to intoxicants to warm them in winter and coed them in summer two short extracts ought to be given Ho Hays It seems to mo to follow from theso arctic experiences that tho regular use of spirits even in moderation under conditions of great physical hardships continued and exhausting labor or ex Â¬ posure to severo cold can not bo too strongly deprecated and that when used as a mental stinulus or as a physical luxury thoy should bo tuken in moderation He goes on to say that his contribu- Â¬ tion will not havo been written in vuin if it has the effect of correcting among any class of laboring mon the mistaken idea that their capacity for work is increased or their powers of endurance to exposuro and cold en Â¬ Tho hanced by the use of nlcohol English navy never drinks whilo work- Â¬ ing and the Esquimaux and Chukches without alcohol endure unharmed tho severest teniperaturos known to man Standard Impressive Temperance Lessons The hot weather has preached a most impressivo Tempcranco lesson iu a score of American cities It was noted in Chicago whoro at least seventy deaths were directly caused by tho ter-Â¬ rific heat of Friday Saturday nnd Sun- Â¬ day that about throe fourths of the persons sun struck woro addicted to tho use of intoxicating drinks most of them very much so and comparatively fow total nbstniners nnywhero havo been stricken down This shows very conclusively that alcoholic bovorngea iu extromely hot ure murderous weather and tho oxporionco of various polar expeditions has afforded strong testimony to tho effuct that they nro wiiwo than useless in oxtromo cold At about what temporutuvo does whisky improve a mmrs chances for Cleveland Leader health and Ufa alcohol lined in moderation People who use it invariably we it to exec Whon tukon to ex Â¬ cess nothing could bo used that would produce Â¬ mtok nt WI A 1M7TITI0N signed by 208827 of lite subjects one third thu adult popula tion of Sweden has heen prosm tcd to King Oscar asking for tho totiu prohi bltion of the liquor trullie Tho King has power to suppress the trade and I do not bollovo in the iuo nt alcohol to tho fact that himself the Queen anil his Ministry have all signed thu total nny grout rxtonn Tho tlrnt effect is appar Nothing touches pat euro liko a gnrden ently cooling but then comm tho reaction uud nhitiuonco pledge give rlso to tho You inut go urmitid and watch tho optn ono become warmer mid thlmtler than fvor imj bud from day to day but It takoi its Thntuuho ludulgii froy In ao hollo drliks In hope that he will use Ids royal preroga Â¬ own tliiut mul you can uoturjfo It 011 taalnr extremely hot weather uro tempting Irovl tive to five his dominion from this ileiioo unit uro UUuly to b among thu Tlellnu lmiiw thuu natum d I root VfitoriciJ llr a T U Jhtllctin of muntrole IflNOHiNtw too often mmUUm conceit The udvlun of tluntu eminent physl Knouoii boor Is annually eotiHiimnd tuny anrHif for dignity ohm n Ilium who wunt to keep cool In Clileago 111 to givo 70 glitsHos to Mid well In Mimnior U tu let ulnihul over mini woman toid child In tin kciiov n rhftrttiior I tM loiuoi uloiu llo wliu Uriuk trcel of It iu- - I uity ur fU740 woilU ur uauU penou sun stroke or hout cxhuustlon quicker Lager beer and ale open the purest nnd cause perspiration These drinks aro not as bad ns whis ky bocuuso alcohol is the deleterious Ingredient und of course substances thut contain moro uf it uro moro deleterious The italics aru oars Dr Kdson is not u Temperance crank elso thoso Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ italicized sentences might be passed over ns a fanatical outburst Tho Im Â¬ parl ial observer knows that they speak KvmiT fancy that wo would substitute for a reality is if wo saw aright and saw Hober truth Dr Willard Parker puts thi whole uot tnly false but ovory way tho niso against alcohol quite us strong Â¬ lorn bountiful und excellent than that ly ns Dr Kdson Ho says which wo suirlfico to IU SUrlliy Â¬ h - IP SCHOOL AND CHURCH There uro eighteen thousand fo mnlo students in tho colleges of this country Grunt hearts mono understand how much glory thero is in being MicJiclct good Sinco 1870 the- HOME FARM AND GARDEN nrf w 4 elementary schools of England has doubled and tho number of teachers more than trebled All Saints Memorial Church in Now Midford Conn is to be lighted by electricity It is said to be tho lirst Episcopal churchin tho United States to bo thus lighted Of the 865 colleges and univer-Â¬ sities in the United States 278 are church schools averaging 18 teachers and 193 students to a school 87 are non sectarian schools averaging 15 teachers and 136 students Public attendance at tho a little turpentine over tho spot then Tho longth of every field should bo from two to thrco times its width Tho saving in plowing cultivating and harvesting is obvious Farm Stock and Home To take greaso out of velvet pour i -- The directors of tho Universi ty of Ponnsvlvuniu hnvn niisnri i of w j50000 for tho erection of a classical theater The building is to be used not only for dramatic purposes but as a place for holding commencements classical concerts lectures etc Tho announcement that the union of the Engineering College of Japan with the University of Tokio was to result in dispensing with the service ot foreign instructors in the united insti- Â¬ tutions turns out to have been errone- Â¬ ous Six Europeans have recently been appointed to professorships jV Y Ledger Bnforo leaving for Europe this summer a prominent member of the Hanson Place Church Brooklyn paid his subscription not yet due to the church debt his pew rent for the quar- Â¬ ter all his envelope contributions till his expected return and left with one of the deacons live dollars for each of the communion offerings during his ab-Â¬ Opinion rub briskly with a 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supplj- - tho farmer with a most delicious berry throughout the summer season The Farmer and Manufacturer Cream Carrots Cut in halt inch bits one pint of carrots Boil in just enough salted water to keep from burning when tender add one pint milk or cream one tablespoonful corn- Â¬ starch butter the size of an egg salt and popper to season Simmer five minutes and serve very hot Boston French Wood Wool Wood wool a now French inveh tion consisting of extremely thin and slender shavings of wood that aro com parnblo to paper cut for packing is al- Â¬ ready in extensive use in France It has also been found to bo well adapted for tho manufacture of mattresses for tho filtration of liquids stufllug horse collars etc tho most suitable species of wood being selected for each of these uses Its elasticity causes it to bo considered tho best material for bed ding after horse hair and is in fact preferable to any othor substance when it is derived from resinous wood sinco it does not then absorb moisture In workshops wood wool is tending to re plaeo cotton waste for cleaning ma- Â¬ chines and it has likowiso found an ap-Â¬ plication on tho rolling stock of rail Â¬ ways for lubricating car axles While it has tho Bamo property that cotton wasto has of absorbing oil its cost is many times less than that material Boston Budget m 1 bore It weult wroly 1 wm ndttnee Thea 1 took ft lew PeiMta they curc4MefctenM fever hot 61 JnlW with 4liorder4t fcMd Mil 1untofertfttk With ttOKtcti WM tck What a dunce ladoed to neglect suck a remedy and Buffer a week when quick re lief could huvo been found in Dr Pierces Pleasant Purgatlvo Pellets - rvjr iTVlYL IVCR iim vttit PILLS -- tRr sH Tire bank cuthtcr of the period does not seem to think any tiling less than half a mill- Â¬ ion worthy of his BtcoL Life ASK FOX MCFIXMCB3 FMZXXT IJLTXLM 8UQAR COATXD bxitaxm or xxivAfioxs jllwai OM MZZ3 Al or occupation Hrtit up la tleMYUMtarmetW The most prominent physicians in tho city cally scaled Always fresli 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volco In chanired and has a nasal twanjr Im Â¬ breath la offensive smell and tnstp arc dlzzlncsa with paired thero la a sensation of mental depression a haekinjr cough and rcn named cral doblllty Only a few of tho aboveany ono symptoms aro likely to bo present in caso Thousands of casea annually without munifofitlnjf half of tho nbovo symptoms ns end fn tlio trravo suit in consumption andmoro deceptiyo ana No disoaso Is so common danjreroii8 or leas understood by phjslcians By ita mildBoothinir and heallnff properties Dr Sajroa Catarrh llometly cures tho worst S5001B ir a W A it n chin BWAYNKM OINTIUJKNT btuiisltcilnKftlilcolliffiuU Ulceration aim ju ninuy cones removes uio uinnrs w iTVv wvufc cold In tlio licad cases of Catarrh Cory Tin and Catarrliul laoadaclip overjwhcro 60 cents Bold by drufflrlflta opportunity to boo tho wonderful mountain scenery of Colorado at smallest cxpenso ever known Tickets to Denver and return on sale September 13 to 18 inclusive good to return until October 31st at extremely low rates Excursions from Denver to all points in Colorado ut ouo faro for tho round trip to holders of theso tickets For further par- Â¬ ticulars address E A IIoinnooK G T P A C IL I P Ry Chicago 111 m Odd Follows Kxcursioh to Denver Col Via Kock Inland Ilotitw Tho C It I P Ity offers tho grandest r THEOLDESTMEDICINES IN IISS0U1BY ORUSeiSTS mm W22PANTSter HANDSOME VJJ SsHOEg fVjf oun ruLii Prof W HAi38Nrit tho famous mesmerist Boino ton of Ithaca N Y writes chronio nasaX untold I sufforcdMy familyajrony from gayo mo up as physician camrrh was Inourablo and siild I must die My caso sunsuch a bad one that every day towards couldÂ¬ I set my volco would becomo so hoarsomorning in the biu cly speak abovo a whisper my throat would my couKhlnff nnd cloarlnir of DrBairoa almost BtrntiKlu mo By tho uso of was a well Catarrh Itntnudy In thrco months I man and tho euro has been permanent Untold Agony from Catarra -- 18 Jt up - l spoko of Well a tramp who happened to bo pretty well dressed said ho was from In the song of a canary four notes aro recognized by dealers and thoy Chicago and only waiting for a remit- Â¬ can tell By listening to it for a very tance to buy heavily of our real estate fow minutes whether the bird is Ger Â¬ Wo believed him guaranteed his board man or American Thoy aro tho water at the hotel for a week and then ho note which is a rippling gurgling at Â¬ skipped Was that nil tractive bit of warbling like the mur Â¬ A man from Omaha beat Oh no mur of u rill a Unto note clear and me out of two hundred dollars at poker ringing tho whistling note of tho same class but vory much finer and and then left without buying a lot the rolling note which is a continuous Then we cashed bogus cheeks and lent niolody rising and falling only to rise money to men from St Louis to tho Mgain It is in tho last named note extent of some thrco hundred Then that tho American bird fail They a ministerial appearing chap from n not hold it Anothur dillerencc Mihvaukon bought a block to buill an lwtvveen the two Is that tho Column orphan asylum on and managed to get canaries are night singer thoy will tho deed and skip without paying a iK until tho light is oxtiiiguiAhnd cent Take it altogether though I Hut American blnU put their head dont know us wo can complain I gucM uiutirfliiiir wliiKiwIth tUrkuuM At wo cleared about forty thoinmml for thv UiibUti Hell J WoHU tiwHoiu A own position and standing without need of self assertion or conceit It has in it the element of endurance for none but those to whom tho minor troubles of life are trifles indeed can be courteous under the mosquitoes bites of physical and mental annoyances without outwardly being milled and disturbed It implies the most per Â¬ fect self control lest one be thrown from his equipoise by sudden and unlooked-for surprises And it is in its most perfect form the exotic flower of tho highest civiliza tion which it has taken generations ol wealth and sterling virtue to produce It can not be counterfeited nor repro- Â¬ duced except by inherited growth or by grafting on wild stock of firm and vig- Â¬ orous liber But onco started in its cultivation it will repay tho most gen- Â¬ erous outlay of time and rich feeding helpful alike to botli owner and be- Â¬ holder Christian at Work Â¬ made to order In I A A cable dispatch announces the pat AFTER THE BOOM tint clans atylo i a n Indothe world Id slrrs Fict Press death at Jaffna Ceylon of Susan A Dakota Uonl Kntuto Agents Way crfert or mono Ill ennr and styles to of nntccd Perfect V Howl and Reed wifo of Rev W To Tool Slialcy at Tluion rcinnuou Figuring Up III 1rotlts it unnrantrcd or limp loi W refer to unjr Is to bo a iroodlv distance on tho road to cloth nnd toot tnvn for forty two yeais a missionary of the The real estate season must be about rtnnk Eipreji nervousness Hostcttcrs Stomach nifMiirnt or lrrtlnu Co American Board of Commissioners for over said a friend to a real estate chronic Is a nervine beneficent in both con- Â¬ cena 3 zc worth 10c stump Hitters tmslneM liouia in Circulars Free Foreign Missions in that field Mrs agent in a Dakota town which has en Â¬ ditions Tho persecuted and therefore oft this city en offending organ tho stomach is largely in 1E77 IstitMti Ilowland graduated at Mt Holyoko joyed an unprecedented boom responsible lor nervous symptoms Invig- Â¬ Seminary in 1839 and was a teacher Yes things will be rather quiet orate It and you will find that tho sympsv CO WeHhC1NCINNATIO thetio nervous sensations disappear Bil- Â¬ there until her marriage in 1815 She now till next spring iousness und constipation also contribute to leaves six children The death of tho Did you make much out of tho nervousness Both aro extirnated bv tho oldest son Rev W S Ilowland and boom Bitters which is also invaluablo for fovor rheumatism and renai complaints re- Â¬ his wife at Auburndale Mass Oh yes we did pretty well though j cently undoubtedly hastened her we were to considerable expense and Gnu whoso sweethenrte dote upon them United 1resbytcrian death for niy prepareMacontho worht Time is a great THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY had some heavy losses Teharavh What expenses do you refer to j anti dole For Liver Illlo Indention etc Freo from Mercury j A Kent REFINED COURTESY contains otilr 1iiro Veirotaliln Inirreillontn oflice rent UllAs KW Tonic look SiiakpI When your skin breaks VllliriKSTUS Yes partly but then that isnt out in pimplcB use Glenns Sulphur Soup A Treasure InsHesirtl Only by Highly um B Ualr J luck or Brown 50c tired unit Cultivated lVmoiiH vorv boat v this oilicn onlv nnsls us two A refined courtesy of manner is one dollars a month The bicjrost exnenso UMAX The carpenter is perhaps tho moBtsuc of the works of a highly bred and cul- Â¬ was pajing our share for having tho cehfiful boarding house keeper on record FOR UNSURPASSED tivated person It is the outcome of a thirteen railroads surveyed into this Merchant Traveler Por Ii1ln Klovfttorn liieo kindly heart and considerate feelings place That cost us about a hundred i is what overy As ooon as represented trio Iljdillne nud General but it is also something more than this dollars arpOHcs Hend for Oxrcu body says of Fnuers Axle Greaso r to cluux uro CO But they will be surveyed for next It is tho case of conscious dignity an CORRY PA Plays a leading part tho blind mans expression of an intellect sure of its year so you wont have that expenso dog i girl is learning to ploy the cornet nnd her admirers speak ot her as the fairest ilowcr thut blowa Burlington ABuniJNOTON m i PHNTS STYLISH wuM SEAMLESS SHOES csvr I hardly breathe and was constantly hawking and splttlner and for tlio lost eight months could not breatho through tho nostrils Luckthought nothing could bo dono for mo CnUrraÂ¬ ily Twos advised to try Dr 8agos licmody nnd I am now ft well roan I bcllove sure remedy for it to bo tlio onlyand ono has only catarrh now to givo It a manufactured fair trial to exncrlenoo astounding results and a permanent euro Co ItonniNS Ilunvan PO My daughter hnd catarrh when old very badly l saw xir sho was flvo Sogoa Catarrh Itcmcdy advertised and pro- Â¬ cured a bottlo for her nnd noon saw tnat is irma holped her a third bottlo effected a old and nont cure Rho is now eighteen yoors hearty ound and ConBtantlv Ilnwklnsr and SplUln Street Thomas J HufliiiNa Ksq toos rtncBffcrcr I was a Kreat St Louis Mo writes from catarrh for thrco years At times I could h i fl I i I v Pa Bays Eti Xlirco Bottles Cnro Catarrh mda0 COCKLES ANTI BILIOUS tlSH J PILLS I I ENCE CURES WHERE ALL ELSE TAILS Bost Cough Bjrrup Tastes good Use n time Horn uy aruraists r kVia s H I ki d a4 -- Consumption is froo Pisos Cdiib roit A then Yes but were liable to have to put two or thrco men with teams and scrancrs out on one of the roads in tlin I r- your sleep tako FLsos Cure lor Consumption nnd rest well n cough disturbs of a man frow Ud to tip A A ncsTAunANT If - f oll 1 r n waiter takes in the measure Xtu Uaven Xtw on surveys alone Then we had to pay a hundred dollars towards a descrip Â¬ tion of the boom in the St Paul and Minneapolis papers and another hun- Â¬ dred for livery bills and fifty dollars towards paying the men we hired to drive around tho streets and saw on the lines and act in an awful hurry every time any land buyers came to town How about that street carP Yes wo had to chip in ten dollars toward that and I expect that next year well have to lay sorno track and hire a man to drive tho car back and forth tho Eastern capitalists will bo gin to get onto tho scheme of having that car stind thero in tho mud What were some of tho losses you had county for hay fover Catarrh nngus Irxat Sijtinijt Viikn is a newspaper tho sharpest When ltts tiled Man wns created first Woman was a sort of recreation In thebright lexicon of speculation thero j is nothing so uncertain as a sure thing Barjxrt Jlazar i We stand in our own sunshine oftencr than others do A ioo will be paid at Office of Frank Siddalls Soap Philadelphia for a Crow that can say Dont be a Clam Must be able to speak the Â¬ apothegm plainly LsflkVsG JONES XZ3D lren Urui HiT Hrutwi Bius TwsBMaaod DMm Boi tat mtloi tbU ftirr tad addrtu JOREt OF I INaHAMTBH JHILv JkWkto ttmfw WJ A Ton Wuion Hcnlrn r7 usWfki tn di84l sao rt tttt prltt Mil BINUUAMTUN N Y setter woman of tho period is the female type- Â¬ Jlocheater DEDERICKS HAY Joit Kxprext m them A ooon way to get into a scrapo is to shavo with a dull razor Ahot ana Ltather lie iorter A Tim reihon dogs aro seldom drowned is because thoy always have their bark with ttf 1 rfeti fSKPZi rW MF t l1 Ij 3BMsL Mrw lBBlBSBBaCBL jm rwpui PRESSES easterner the kcci Inline om t uikBtuwa UCU Ml every caio of Consumption may be cared by this med lclno from Opium in any form nnd thcrcforo perfectly snio If you havo a cough without disoaso of tho lungs bo much tho hotter A fow doses aro all you need But if you neglect this easy means of safety tho slight cough may becomo a serious matÂ¬ ter nnd several bottles will bo required It can not bo asserted that hut it is true that ut Utt aCbA thousands of lives will he saved if they 0c not delay too long By druggists 25c II II BsSasMiTs Canarys Four Notes P K DEDCWIOC A CO Albany KY SBrLassSaTBf groom forgot J rawer Tiieue are somo persons who always mar Â¬ ry for money thut is unless tho bride Â¬ tho tiout squcezo getting the lemon ready Uei chant for tho third bowl of punch riKR WINII WATrRmdLIUHTNINO VH06Y Mafl III ssalLaWsJB CUflES WHERE ALL Bssal M lis - ELSE FAM all Writs for teatlmonUla for mar kind of City or Farm flullUlac from your Btt Address ltUTEK IKON UUOriNU CO ClariaatvU hl ROil ROOFING AVMBsBflsM CURES tjjgsHigFWg SjiMlH Best Cough Syrup Taste good Use in time HOIU by d tea Texan blftlmjn sPLH J pal - Sometimes the mother necrets tho erring boy for fear the father will hldo him when ho gotn homo Sljtlug M I uy jMtBWssi B Ita w Tin fellow buud that guts into a Hiiit if not caught at lint is laus at limtUuluth Jarayraphtr brimch-of-promlK- Un louo Ilet Cough Hjrup Hole in lime WHLHE ALL LlbL FAILS Twtenjtood amanm Uie bAMBIsIsbbbbbbbbb o P iRHQinU 21 Mllfredi brlulUnu cured deserters fee Write years practice Huecexsor so for circulars and new laws A W McCttH MICK A BON Cincinnati Ol WklttB 5 U Wigs Bangs and Waves seat 0 0 D ay wliern Whulwale and retail Pflee Nstree B a Wrebl A Co l WaUsk- arCMtce Q OfiBsers pay feoanty pre Wiin tliu world inn CsllfontU ATCHES FROM SI25 WAMACH lid wi ciiii JKO HUwunforMnmwotHlimuM Any thing you want In my lyJn to nlghtf anked tho reporter of tho city tditor Merchant J raxtler ii W MttdtsoM VtU MK lt ChRuo Hut U4 HAIR list W IlasHtlful fJurlosltlfts from aim a mmik ihni tells all aixiul Wintvnglrl puys her luiHhaiurn tullroad faro on thulr bridal trip itx a jirutly good Merrlmnt example of loves transport Kjfflna wwmwz Pensions tlufalaiid JlilruU CbliSd o WmIiIhhUhi Hrf lllAniHr jMiitociii EDmOXAL IfAMKKllANKMKlflOAOtLKilfTMjKf X -- a Iinjcnyr iihumImt bad bill of tho NoJ You can JvVtfUUUuro not wrriHttln for iiunif u wnkm WKiriNtj rt Atwwwmmmi aUB alala ser W OTW Iska wan W flaWavJ eTaasBlt llA If Ti3 as HAzasL Gbebn Herajld fcl - lYf PENCEK COOJJtR Subscription - SI a Xpf UIUfHEO f5 3P TIMETAILE r m fw Burling time Mt Scaling at7 A M arrives at RoihfrelUt 0 A M No 2 leaves Rothwcll atP A M arrive at Mt Sterling at 100 A M No 3 leaves Mt Sterling at 140 p M ar- rives at ohw ell at 320 P M No 4 leaves RotKwcll at 345 P M arrives at Mt Sterling at B0 r r Jtfo 2 conneojs at Mt StcrIne with 1105 A Q railway M trains qnC M and No 1 IcATCfl urtuckyand South Atlantic itylway Standard time 22 rnimitcs alovjpr than Mt for Lexington Cincinnati and Louisville 3 connects at Mt Sterling with llQG A x train on C 0 irQm the Uast and 130 PM train from Louisyillo and Cincinnati jt Montgomcry county court day special leaves Rothwcll on the 3rd Monday in each arriviugat Mt Sterling month at 730 a at 9 A M Returning leaves Mt Sterling at 3 P M arriving at ltothwoll at 430 p M Leaves Rothwcll for Mt Sterling at 6 p M 7 GEO B HARPER Supt Ko l7r Charleston road Ho preliminary patoh bxit hotwe It wm a barrel of granulated sugftr worth 26 Clay wm arrested and au un monaay no was urougnc Eut in Judge L Appcrspn and was hold to ansftqr in tho Circuit Court and iu default of bail was remanded to jail Dick play is a well known negro aud had the confidence of his employers and tho community and this rovelation raises Clay Who can wo trust tho query tho employ ol Trimble iiros haubeen in of N II Trimble and Chiles Bean Trimble sinco 1876 a period of eleven yjmrfl 0 course Dick did not begin on a barrel of sugar lie probably com- Â¬ menced ona fivo centbarofsoap or some other trifling thing and gadually worked tho business up to ita present size Employers should keep a sharp eye ou their employees and employees must learn that it is best to be strictly honest J 8 Spaulding will go to the moun tains this week to examine routes for the will jcprpb later Kentucky and Western Rail purposes to prosecute this won with all possible uis with care Tbe surveying EASTERN KENTUCKY 8LV Bft Dr Waller Tipton of Hazel Green J is visitiug relatives ana friends hero and reports the people generally healthier than at this timo last year He says it is dry dusty and water is very scarce Mt Sterling Gazette It was currently reported hero yester day that Mr Huntington had decided to fa yVHAJ OUR tyEIGhORS RE DOING extend tho Ky A Railway from Mt Sterling and would shortly begin Compiled by County CorruHpondoiitn and wprk The officials hero do not seem to Cut and Condonned from Our know anything about it but as a matter Contemporaries of course they would not talk if they did until Mr Huntington said so Let 3IOKGAJY COUNT us hope that it is true GKAQ5Y of his confinement Stono became very IU and a disease from which ho had been suffering for years caused him to break down completely Whon his rclcasOiWaa given him ho cpuld hardly walk to tho jail dpor but notwithstanding ho was very much elated over tho prospect of his return home Ho was doomed to disappointment however an d just as he passed through tho outer door he was Bcized and put back in a cell to await trial in the City Court for jail breaking The last stroke of misfortune completely prostrated Stone and lio waa dying in jail when his condition caused Dr Garvin physician for the institution to make a statement to Judge Thompsou and ask that the case be investigated Judge Thompson in- Â¬ quired abqut Stone yesterday and at onco ordered his roloasn Ktonn win lilinrntpd yesterday morning but as lie was without r iijuuus ur money no was no iueucr oil than whon in jail Dr Garvin and Turnkey Davis made up a small fund for him and tho unfortunate man was start- Â¬ ed on his yay to Mt Sterling where he says ho has friends who will assist him to reacli his homo Courier Journal 1 i- Excbang8 Bankof 100000 Kentucky BRINKLEY GRTJBBS DEALERS IN ESTABLISHED IN 1858 Capital Stopk ST0YESTINPLATE SHEET IRON SURPLUS 11541428 Qoes a general banking bnsincu and is Tinners Stock Mantels Ete4 the only bank in the city that sells Fqrcign And Manufacturers of Exchange Prompt attention given to the collection Plain tamped aodJapasnsd Tinware of dcbU aud the patronage of the people 662 West Main Street of the mountain counties in especially solicited J G TRIMBLE Prosident and 201 to 209 7th 8t LESLIE THOMSON Caahici KY MT STERLING KY Â¬ LOUISVILLE D - CitKEK life r- ifc Jf fr jh t - - l r r K IWSw 4 nr- - aro principally done cutting corn hud as quito a number of horsep and mules on Cotton mulcs sold froin 85 to vwc have just had a fine rain jvheat eow Bale 120 and mulec suited to city and suirar inp wiU boon boiq full blast J S AVhcelcr gt this placcMbought market purposes sold from 136 to 100 ouo thrccycarold mulo of Ioc tninper Sovcsal horses sold from 75 to 275 for 100 Heboid Stamper tjvo yoke of Market more active than at last two courts work cattle for 175 F M Shoup lias the flux and i not The fall term of Montgomery Common Pleas Court convened Monday with expected to recover Quito i number q person frjm jthis Judge Scott presiding The common law jjieighbgrhood attended tlio annual meet- uocKot contains o i continued cases ana ing at YAurta Branch fthoy speak in 64 appearance tho equity docket 1H0 the highest terms of the people at that continued cases and 38 appearances No place and one young genUeman wan important suits to bo tried licard to remark that he believed the Ellott and John Tolson of Wolfe lloso was tlio fairest of all flowers county wore brought before Commission- Â¬ Win Ooodpastcr yj in very bad health er Wood last week charged with violating and n great portion of tho timoisconfmcu tho Internal lievenuo laws Tho former Vo fear ho has consumption to his bed waived examination and was in default Dr llalscy reports an unusual amount of 500 bal sen t to Louisville jail John of sickness JleBayp he has iriore calls Tolson was discharged than ho can lill Win Haley is running u sorghum mill Useful and Hurtful Modlolnos and ovaporator in jthls neighborhood uiui There is a certain class of remedies for js making somo of the nicpBt liiRses we constipation absolutely useless These liavo ever seen made f rora cano are boluses and notions J A C and K II Mjurphy have gone part of pqdphyllin aloesmade in greatÂ¬ rhubarb gam to Mt Sterling wjth stock to sell boge and other worthless ingrodiehts J Z Iluncv commences his school at Tho damage they do to the stomachs of vthis place today those who use them is incalcuable They Kov A B Sumpcr will preach atrtho ovacuato tho bowols it is true but al Â¬ lurassy unurcii near james hobos on ways do so violently and profusely and vine first Sunday in jUctoucr We waut besides gripe the bowels Their eilect is all that can to come out aud hear Uim to weaken both then and the stomacii Your correspondent wan at F M Hotter far to use the agreeable and saluIioncs mill a lew days ueo and found tary aperient UostettorH Stomach Bit Â¬ lick busy asjisual Ho i getting otit ters lhelaxaltivc effect of which is never walnut lumber and informed us that he preceded by pain accompanied by u vwould pond fifteen wagon loads in next convulsiye violent or action of tlio bowels month to ltothwoll that lie Isold to Mr On the contrary Â¬ invigorates Fitts That much lumber wj ll bring gans the stomach itand the entireihoso orsystem uionoy enojign w mjiKo wwks eyes As a incans of curing and preventing flpUriCIC AJNTI1EWINO malarial fevers no medicines can compare with it aid it remedies nervous debility Ezkl Sept 10 Rev D G Comba is rheuinatigni kidney and bladder inactiv Â¬ at- homo vgun and reports thirty one ity and other inorganic ailments additions to tho church this trip Ho jireachcd a sermon iu tho now cliurch at BATH COUNTY vtliis place hist night Itov Jjolin Gotmian and wife left here Owingrivillo Outlook von tho 10th for Montgomery county Tho grand jury returned fifty five in- Â¬ whore they uxpect to hold somo mcotiugs dictments as follows Concealed weapons m mm u iiuury rniu on ino i iin ae twelve soiling liquor to minors soven jmpanied by hail and wind which tippling house eighteen for gaming sov Â¬ dashed things aboutconsidorablv en assault and battery four shooting and Hurnspn Wages and a young Hampton wounding two cutting two breach of were digging a well in Menofoo county tho pcaoo one failing to work county last week when one of them ocamo road tvo suffocated in tho well tho other went Judgo John ECooper has appointed vdown to put a ropo around him and he Judge Ey Brother Master Commissioner top became suflocatqd and both died in of Bath circuit court alio well Aud as no one would uro to caused by tho death ofto fill tho vacancy F A Goodnaster no down an old bayonet was boot in a Tho trial of Daniel Lowis in the cir- Â¬ book form and with this thoy wore drawn cuit court for disturbing religious wor jfroni tho well ship at Sharpsburg resulted in conviction J M Oliver and family who had been and a fine of 50 visiting at Hazel Green camo to this Mrs Jerro Turner aged 70 years died place last week and spent several days at her home on the East Fork of Flat among friends and relatives Creek on Se ptcmbur 0 BornOn thbMlh to the wife of Dr D S Estill has secured the ontiro conF Lockhart a girl trol of Tho Outlook DiedOn tho 14 infant chill of Tho P F Q railroad is the Andrew Ayqrs topic Miss Awella A Lykins of Cainpton 13 visiting j clatives at this place Imperfect digestion and William Prathor last week traced a produce disordered conditionsassimilation of the sys wajrau and team tOvCharloy Gipsonfor a tem which grow and are confirmed by ract of laud near this place necjloot Dr J McLeans Strengthen Your correspondent did not got tpako ing Cordial andH Blood Purifier by its ia tho annual meoling but thoso of this tonic properties cures indigcsttng and jplaco who did report a good timo gives tone to 100 per James Donoia and his better half will bottle Sold bytho stomach G B Swnngo Hazel commeuco to day to keep house Greou Â¬ Â¬ - Sept 19 Farmers At McWilliams Harpers stable evening These men attended 730 the Falmouth Fair together and made a bet of fifty cents on a race and Asbury won Sinclair refused to pay over the money claiming tho bet was a draw nnd Asbury told Sinclair he was a liar They quarreled coping home on the train and after arriving at home before they had left the platform Asbury told Sinclair a second time that he lied aud Sinclair isnid Asbury lied and Asbury then struck him and knocked hun down Friends separated them but Sinclair said ho would come back and settle mat- Â¬ ters with Asbury Ho went to Jewells store and got his 38 caliber Smith Wes son and walked down to tho drug store Iu his absence Asbury anticipated trouble and ho walked into the back room of the drugstore atd picked up a 32 calibcr bulldog and came out with it in his left Â¬ oor Bellfl Struct Numbers Ac Prom f 100 to 500 con be made in a very short time Fine outfit coaes for samples FREE Write for proof of what agents are doing and lint of unoccupied territory It will pay you to Sold dc bo Wo refer to the editor of this paper Having struggled 20 yctirs between life who has purchased one of our plates and death with ASTHMA or PHTHISIC MICHIGAN DOOR PLATE CO Got your blanks at this office and you treated by eminent physicians and receivGrand Rapids Mich ing no benefit I was compelled during tho will save money last 5 years of my illness to sit on my chair day andpight gasping for breath My sufIN SELF DEFENSE ferings were beyond description In despair WITH I experimentedon myself bv compounding Fntal Qnarrel Between Two Yong Kon roots and inlialincr the medicine thus obtain tucldfinn Growing Out of n Bat ed I fortunately discovered this WONDER Ky September 16 Frank FUL CUKE FOR ASTHMA AND CA BiniKY Asbury shot and killed Tom Sinclair iu TARRH warranted Jo relieve the most stub born cac ASTHMA front of Luba Wares drug store at so thntlhcofpatient canIN FIVE MINUTES lie down to rest and hist LANCELLS ASTHMA AND CATARRH REMEDY by all druggirts I fAll U S LIU itownB and ciUes in the to take orders for onr new patent low solid Bronze or Nicklc Door Plates A Â¬ H J CLARiC Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WT LalIortyat Cyuthiana today Rothwell tation and Hazel Green and so clear was the caso of self defenpe S A BiaS Connects with trains on Ky that LafTorty turned him free Asbury is railroad morniuc and cvciiincr tS a plaptcrer by trade aged twenty three GENUINE MAGNETIC HPPLIANCE8 CLASSIFIED and a genial quiet citizen Sinclair was high tempered when drinking aud very feot and bad U1RUCTIO INSOLES for cold pair by mail rflAUnCIIw circulation 81 por fractious though a clever fellow when wcll 2 Leave Hazol Green 0 a m ar RothBond bIxo of kho worn bond for circulars n ni Ly Rothwell at 9 am nr sober Drink cost him his life MAGHETIC Hazel Green 0 p m Comfortable hacks por piUr fiond tnouauro of wrist Bund for circular uuu caretul drivers In cases of Fever and Ague the blood UARUETIP ANKUETS for lame and woaU rnAUnnilU nnklo rrlco caeacb Uendatzo is as effectually though not so dangerous of ankle Bond for circulars nerrous SLEEPING CAP ly poisoned by the effluvium of tho atMARMPTin hoailanbe nuurulRia forsleeploan mosphere as it could bo by the deadliest nais Catarrh etc lrlco 9i by tualL Uond for circular poison Dr J II McLeans Chills and MAunkllU truly cuto hciatTo rhuuraotLmi Fever Cure will eradicate this nnismi hip dlHcaMo otc lrlco 5 Send alio of walet and from the system f0 cents abpttlc Sold loif atblp Hend for circulars Rut buy Kellys STEEL axp It is th most 1 MARUCTin OFFICE CAP for trcntlemoa owango Jiazei ureen Dy u perfect axe made Also liuv STEEL horse iiurrouH iiconacno iroumoa ninuiihi catarrh will wuii relict tmraedlatoly i irlvo ncuraluia or iv shoes They will outwear iron And use Price 05 each Bond slzo of but wcin Houd fori STEEL nails Thoy cost tho same as irou i circulars For sale iu Hazel Green bv mAGnETIG tlietnooTaposmvo0curo ltyrl Judge As soon as Ue stepped out of the door Sinclair approached him and asked Jiim to take buck what he called him Asbury told him lie would not In an instant Sinclair pulled hia pistol from his rear pocket and loveled it at Asbury holding tho weapon with both hands All pres ent turned their faces away uwe stricken A Hash ana all was over bincluir lay dead with a ball through his brain and his pistol still loaded not a single barrel empty Those present did not know that Asbury had a pistol Agoury said he did not have time to raise his pistol from his sidCj and fired a chance shot which saved his own life He walked iuto the drug store laid his 1 have pistol down and remarked killed him and I am sorry for it I am a ruined man AsUury had his examining trial before Â¬ sleep comfortably Please read the following condensed extracts from unsolicited tes timonials all ot recent date Oliver V R Holmes San Jose Cal writes I lind the Remedy all and even more than represented I roccive instantaneous relief E M Carson A M Warren Kan writes Was treated by eminent physicians of this country and Germany tried the climutc of dnlercntbtatcs nothing aiiorucu relict like your preparation L B Phelps P M Griggs Ohio writes SulVcrcd with Asthma 40 ycnrsYour medi cine in 3 minutes does more for me than the most eminent physician did for mc in three years II C Plimpton Joliet 111 writes Send Catarrh Remedy at once Cannot get along without it I find it to be the most valuable medicine I have ever tried Wc have many other hearty testimonials of cure or relief and in order that till suffer ers from Abthma Catarrh Hay Fever and kindred diseases may have an opportunity of testing the value of the Remedy wo wifl send to nnv address TRIAL PACKAGE FREE OF CHARGE If your druggist fails to keep it do not permit him to sell you some worthless imitation by his representing it to be juBt as good but send directly to us Write your nasae and 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too WLlle our Appll oncon aro not a panoctHvfor overy 111 thoy aro wuat woclaluifortboniandwlllntrorilaipcotfyuurooft ontitiioa alter modlclnoshaTo foiled to glvorollof fmfSWSffiifr Â¬ WSVSSffR Â¬ Â¬ I I THE HERALD G B SWANGO W T CASKEY nxliico tho svrolllne aud restoro to natural aizo lmraodlatoly lrlco 38 each by mail Bond slzo of kntO Bcndfqrclrculaii Â¬ JIOIBE PRINTING Chiios KY Agents fqr Eastern Kentucky MT Thompson STERLING F McGUlRE MAGNETIC kHSlS Q lunpa Co - ESTABLISHMENT S V McWilliams NEW Co Stable nHUIllallU ouro thront ancl Tonsllitli Donctit to ciocutinnlstn public rpoaker and l n- ore TllOT ltrcnirthun Him vunnl rnnti unit nrsrant aon by j lioarscnt At Hund for circular lrlco mail toncl stio of nock ncuraim pneumonia tnroat troubles uuu caUond for circulars with toitl tarrh lrlco moalala UARUCTin THROAT SHIELDS euro A Â¬ Thoy prcvont and euro cold rhuumatiini W9JmiS tl Â¬ BANK CHECKS Livery Sale and Feed MT STERLING UsmlKino log fuvor sorca andw varicovo vtlnn 3hcio 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U tke WHrelioiw to briafi up no yas capture and returned ftwjMf RMd UklH advantage of tho id Quartern nut reinalnod there to hia k ml tU mr to jo vowij m ume wk uji vwn the uutil part tMt Saturday t9 pmw SENTfclOMETO DJE ThcSari Cno of Stovo Stoiio u Mountain Moounhlutr Hehl to Bo Trlqd For Tull Itrimklui A pitiable case developed ycBtcrday in tholj of Steve Stono n nioonohiner trojxx Magollln county and tho mans plight so excited the Byuipathvpf Judge Thompson of fho City Court that he waa released and given an opportunity to return to his hoipu Stono was sent to LoulaviUolast spring and was hentencod to a term of jmnrjaon mou in the Jellbrson county jial for violating tho internal ruveuiottws- Ho Horvud until but twenty days fit hleen tonco wore left nnd tlion brvk iai and f - Jt I am how located near BONNY KY nnd nm prepared to repair WATCHES JEWELRY SEWING MACHINES CLOCKS Ac RECEIPTS Charges reasonable and work warranted I RECIPES handle tlio Beat Rolled Plato Jowelrv such as 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la for eoi a cure nenu youraiiiiri rlti iru tha VNrw Depatlnruln Mmlioal TreutiiiBnt Willi ut Uwilnen wun iiioutanna rl txtimun aU TlittUaKneUoOtrmonU ro adaiiUxl to ail aif r worn over tho ttnderrlotliva Inot nxiltnitto advvrtUed iu ejUHrivnly and khuuld bo taken JK tnttfht Thy hold their iKiwcrforartrtuUM worn At all vooju of the year r tfOrtlarclnwllipAucrti vnmrwcrjLit 1ttvJitAii flruffrni btoru IAaUt wltirvuiU the j uUuW of WU i nMURIalllj for IfLllTttd Lnd triliflttitn iturA JcweK Bonny Ky J THS MA6NXT10 AlPLIANCK M tun viu99 m m tw n g ye fcte