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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r l f SPENCER COOPER Owner and Editor Hazel Gbekn 5 XT j- rxjiiJti OLJLiJJ - 5 1 t Devoted to the Dovolopraoat of Katru Kentucky 100 SO A YEAR Always In Arfvano VOL III MAPEL HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY SryNCKu Cooi nit C1IA8 M ICY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 1887 NO Lieut Gov tryfth -- m ilAAUL GIIEEN KY GOOPER HERNDON FALLEN practice in nil the Courts of Wolfe Xowell Menifee ami Drcathitt eountics GENERAL S Titles examined abstracts furnished tax es paid for noii lcsidonts real estate bought VLavtM v and sold Collections a specialty yUGVJra j yUU TTOUN H EVANS Will Â¬ ISAAC W attoknky-at-la- w Asp Rkal Estatk Agent II C IIerndon Failkn A GREAT STATE Kentucky nnd Her Wonderful Ilrsourccs Baltimore Manufacturers Record One of tlio richest States of the South lunrvclouslv blessed by nature whether wo regard it from n mineral timber or agricultural jxrint of view ia Kentucky It lias not attracted quite ns much at- Â¬ tention during the past few years as one or two other Southern States but never- Â¬ theless it has made grcnt progress solid and substantial progress in indus- Â¬ trial as well ns agricultural interests The area of Kentucky is 10000 square miles or only C000 square miles leas than the area of Pennsylvania In un delvoloped mineral and timber wealth and in agricultural possibilities Kentucky is we aro sure the peer of Pennsylvania It has 12871 square miles of coal area against only 11200 square miles as the entire coal area of Great Britain The development of this enormous coal territory has hardly wo may say com- Â¬ menced if wo compare what bus been done with what will be done and yet while only 109120 tons of coal were mined in that State in 1870 the output in 18Sf was according to local authori- Â¬ ties 2000000 tons although this is more than Saward s report The greatest portion of the coal area of Kentucky excepting onlvthoso strips of territory contiguous to tfie Louisville and Nashville Cincinnati Southern and a few other roads which have been in operation for somo years is essentially an undeveloped wilderness but one which it is claimed contains greater possibili Â¬ ties than any other rogjon of correspond- Â¬ The ing area in the United States eastern part of the State contains a coal field of over ten thousand square miles in area Thi coal is mostly bituminous and is considered among the best known for manufacturing purposes In addition to the bituminous coal in the eastern district there is also the largest area of This coal is caunul coal in America from three to four feet thick and of -- kmtamlt OTfD f - IIAZBIj GUEEX KY HAZEL GREEN KY it Have the following property which they wish to sell at ono and parties desiring to secure bargains will find it to their interest Jtcspectfnully solicitis the patronage of the to inispeet the property Wo will trade some it public and will attend promptly to all bus ofNo to bluo grass Innd Write us L 73 acres of land on Laurel Crock iness entrusted to bin care Wolfe county 4 miles from Hazel Green Good dwelling house and outbuilding well T SWANGO watered good timber fine apple orchard coal veins 4c HAZEL GREEN KY Examiner of Depositions for Wolfe county Â¬ w Â¬ dovclop its mineral wealth All indica- Â¬ tions point to an activity in the construc- Â¬ tion of new railroads tho opening of mines and tho investment of capital in industrial enterprises of all kinds during tho next fow years that will astonish thoso who have not studied tbo resources of tho State As the chief commercial manufacturing and financial city of the State Louisville holds a commanding position for it is there that the great progress will center It is Louisvilles railroads that will open up these vast mineral regions and Louisvilles capital and energy backed by outside help it may be that will control to a largo ex- Â¬ tent their development These facts add forco to the interesting letter of our cor-Â¬ respondent who sets forth so fully and so carefully the advantages and tho growth of that city ANNUAL MEETING Of tlio CliHlwt S t v V i -- i 3 One two story dwelling built in containing six rooms good outbuild ings a well of neverfailing water beautiful Will attend to all business entrusted to him grounds well set with rare nnd valuable uitli promptness and dispatch shrubbery and a fine assortment of fruit grapes fce The beat garden in town one found desirable dwellings GEO E WHITT Of Elliott County of the mostGreen Situated on to be height in Hazel the WITH leading to the celebrated Swango Springs about midway between the center of town Co and the Springs W Market St LouiSVIJu KY 210 No 315 acres of land on Lacy Creek 2 Elicits the patronage of Eastern Kentucky miles south of Hazel Grucn on main road or Blank liooks Hlanks Ac to Camptou litis about 200 acres of good C LYK1NS timber and an inexhaustablc quantity of Hie JO finest quality of splint mid bituminous and County Attorney Roal Estate Agont some fine quality of caiinel coal Deputy County Court Clerk of Wolfe No I SSI Inn CluiroluN of Wolfe County Christian churches of Wblfo county met at the church houBC on Gill more Creek on Friday Sept 23 it being the timo and place for their annual The Henry Knoefel and Notary Public No 5 100 acres of laud 2 miles south Practices in all Courts in Wjolfe and Ad- - cast of Hazel Green line fanning land 50 joinim Counties and Courfof Appeals acres in cultivation nearly all bottom land jrSS CoIlcctions a Specialty in good neighborhood and convenient to schools and churches Jamitox Wouii County Ky meeting Services were opened with singing at 3 oclock in the afternoon which was followed by prayer by I lev J T lieratt after which thefollowing members were appointed as a Committeo on Program viz Andrew Kash J Logan Fallen It A Kash Jos L Wilton and Oscar Fallen with SI C Kash as secretary A short discourse from the xvth chap- Â¬ ter of Luke was delived by Pro Pieratt who was followed by Bro D H Fallen and the benediction was pronounced by Â¬ A r T K oTluKEii Attorney at Law JACKSON KY A Jll J TAULBEE No o 500 acres of land the survey be ginning on the Standing Hock corner of Lee Powell mm Wolie counties iu miles from Campton on the head waters of the Graining Ulock Pork of Ked itivcr It is entirely covered with a virgin forest of pine poplar oak walnut hickory and chestnut timber physician and Surgeon Jackson Breathitt County KENTUCKY - r- D v- - One house and lot in Northwest district are immense deposits of iron ore Hazel Green near the common school build and in close conjunction with coal beds SURGEON PHYSICIAN AND ing good new dwelling house with four The lato geological survey demonstratrooms good outbuildings garden c HAZEL JUKES KY ed the fact that tho valuable deposits of Ollicc so much Office ovor W T Careys store No 0 2000 acres of land on Kentucky coking coals which have added hours 8 to 11 a M ami 1 to l r M and Frozen Creek lreathitt county wealth to Pennsylvania nnd West Vir- Â¬ Itivcr 7 miles below Inckson on the surveyed lines ginia have been traced and identified in All calls attiiidcd to day or night of the Kentucky Union and Cincinnati and the valleys of the Cumberland the Ken Â¬ AY HOUSE Hakel Gnrix Ky Southeastern railroads It is covered with a tucky and the JJig Sandy with a thick- Â¬ Newly Fitted and Refurnished heavy foreot of the finest timber in the State ness of seven or eight feet and analyses c and show the coal to be equal if not superior Tlie bett the market atlbrds will be found including oak walnut poplar ash upon the table at all times and the public is underlaid with inexhaustible veins of eun to that of Connellsvillc for cokemaking putromize is respectfully solicited Onests uel nnd bituminous coal In tho western coal field are twelve will have ice and other luxuries to be bad hotels In connection No 10 About 87 acres of land on Lacy beds of coal of workablo thickness of in ilrst clftss country Associated with tho lower s a finu stable for horses and hlicd roonnor Creel VA miles from Hazel Green hasa good quality vehicles in charge of good hostler Pastur mind barn is well fenced about 30 acres in coals are several beds of limonito and grass an apple orchard home timber is well carbonate iron ores all above drainage age for horses watered and is good farming laud JIOKATIO TUTTLE Lessee and situated favorable for cheap mining Mks LOU DAY Matron No 11 203 acres 4 miles southeast of The western coal field it is said has an Hazel Green on Ked River coal bank 52 in area of about four thousand square pOMBS HOUSE ches thick 230 acres of fine poplar oak and miles other timber 35 acres in cultivation 2 good This vtist wealth of coal has been CAMPTON KY dwelling houses and outbuildings 2 welhi of undeveloped because it is only of recent never tailing water and good young orchard years COM15S PitoriuETOit its immensity has been made No 8 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ R ELMEtt NORT1ICUTT 10 acres of land most of which superior quality No 7 lies in the corporate limits of Hazel Green Prof J R Proctor State Geologist on the road leading from town to Swango says Coal is found in every county Springs joins No 3 and is known as the Mrs ina line between the Ohio river and Eliza Trimble tract Can be laid oil into the Tenncs eo State line The thick Â¬ the most desirable town lots in Hazel Green ness varies from twenty four to fifty 1h newly fenced and in cultivation It four inches In the northern part of this S S No 12 The patroiiiiQC of the traveling public is miles south of Hazel Green good coal and fine respectfully solicited Table the best and timber good dwelling bam and outbuild every attention for the comfort of guests ings fine orchard ot 1000 bearing apple trees 250 acres on Gillmorc Creek 5 Â¬ Salykus villi ADAMS HOUSE la ir G 1 Adams PnowtiCTon This old and well known house has been thoroughly refitted and refurnished ami is now open for the reception of the public Nothing Shall be Left Undone to Make G 11 Adams Guest Comfortable WOBKlNb CLASSIaro now prepared to furush nil classes with employment at home the whole of the time or for their spare moments Husinchs new light and protita able Persons of either sex easily earn from 50 cents to f per evening and a proportion ate sum bv devoting all their time to the business lloyw and mrls cam nearly as much as men That all who see this may send their address and test he business we make this oiler To such aa are not well satisfied xve will send one dollar to pay for the trouble of writing Pull particulars and outfit Co Free Address Urcoiiun Stinkok Wfil Portland t Maine - No 13 105 acres on Gillmorc Creek 5 miles south of Hazel Green good timber and coal dwelling barn orchard c No M 100 acres on Lower Devils Creek in Wolfe county south of Campton on the surveyed line of Kentucky Uuion railroad good timber including white pine poplar oak iic No 15 About 1G0 acres on Gillmorc Creek 4 miles south of Hazel Green fully 100 acres of line timber veins of best quality ofsplintand bituminous coal good dwelling barn and out buildings good fanning land No 10 70 acres on Gillmore Creek 4J4 miles south of Hazel Green 15 acres good bottom land an apple orchard of 40 bearing trees- good dwelling house and outbuildings good well underlaid with coal timber suffi cient for fanning pumoses Â¬ i Â¬ U yy cm will keep on haudanicslinii t Kzol Mor XJfc gun count of Clocks Jcw- aasSK i elry and Watches Also a lineoJ uiiopec laeles nnd Eye glasses Will sell goods nt city prices and guarantee satibfaetion Jlc jiuirlngu sieciaUvaud work warranted I have loeatei i iv UpeJtftllyAe T V CARK H GILLIS WITH McGORD AYOELOTT Wholesale ru 018 Hatter 4M w Wot Main SU Louisvillo Ky Xo 17 1203 acres on Kentucky River at the mouth of Holly Creek in Wolfe and lreathitt counties Tine coal developed and known an the Rose and Unllou coal banks about 75000000 line limber In 1880 when the census statistics No 18 113 acres on Devils Creek Wolfe wcro gathered Kentucky stood second countv 3 miles southeast of Camjiton fine in the list of Southern States in the caiinel coal 7 feet thick known as the Ilobhs amount of capital invested in manufact Â¬ coal bank fino timber ure being outranked by Maryland alone in At that dato thorc BOOKS fi328 manufacturing were KentuckyÂ¬ enterprises employ Elegant Educational Standard llest Most ing a capital of 8581 JJ03U tho vnluo IVful in the World nnd Mont Rapid Sale of the products being 76488377 Tho Hundreds of manufacturing capital of that Stuto at 111 MO MAMIIAI Contains MILL 0 IvIHrJUHL goelul Commercial and that time equaled the enmbinod tnnnu Legal Forms Standard Authority Newly fHcttirinic onnitnl of North Carolina Illustrated Enlarged and Corrected to th South Carolina and Georgia While Lntust Date MurvlMiid ranked above Kentucky in Ives 1000 Portrait L I Q AI RIIM rilLL O ALDUlfl ooo niographlo lrsoo if thin lino in 1880 it is quite prulmlilo that tho Utter State h now ahead of tho luHtmlloiiH Several in Colors of Kinliint former m tho iurreafce in mmifaeluron ory People Their Work Hiid Their Siiioen in Kentucky during tho Inst fw years ltjHiil SellliiK Ftt In faot the uevol 1u every county to whom Iim lteon very grot Amjitii wanM of lit manufacturing lutwreata wniivn uxlulv Territory hiui Mbtl onmeiit pletoHal LirtuJaw Fvou of that fitnlo hit Immii Homethlnf rfvmrk JVm in eoniuMJtiofj wiiH h ilo oven wlnwi co Uit rjUI gruwtii of tli liuluatfUl litter standard book imU or tho whulo South PUULiOHena Kimtiiuby tag ronlylnit aojijiiuiajO to 103 Otnto Utrocli CHICAGO known by geological surveys and because of the lack of transportation facilities Here was a great country covered with magnificent virgin forests of the finest woods and underlaid with the most enormous mineral wealth and yet no railroads penetrated it to open it up to the world Now however railroads are under construction into this section the Louisville and Nashville is stretching out one arm right into tho heart of this region tho Kentucky Union is being built to the same section and other roads arc pointing that way One half of the area of Kentucky is covered with forests of valuable tim- Â¬ ber including oaks of scvoral species ash yellow poplar black walnut hick- Â¬ ory lynn beech chestnut red cedar etc Of the fertility of its soil it is needless to speak for tho fame of that and especially of its bluegrass hm extended over tho world It is here that the finest horses in America are raised the live stock in the State counting horses mules cows etc being valued at over 70000000 while the annual value of its agricultural products averages Â¬ Â¬ that TH0SE HILLS 111 lnt tku Tho unprecedented sale of BoschcoV German Syrup within a fow years hn nstonibhedthe world It is without doubt the safest and best remedy over discov- Â¬ ered for tho speedy and cllectual cure of Coughs Colds and tho severest Lung troubles It acts on an entirely different principle from tho usual prescription given by Physicians as it docs not dry up a Cough and leavo the disease still in the system but on tho contrary removes tiie cause of tho trouble heals tho parts affected and leaves them in u purely healthy condition A bottlo4 kept in thcA Secretary house for uso when the disoasea mak their appearance will save doctors bill Useful and Hurtful Modlclnos and a long spell of serious illness A v There is a certain class of remedies for trial will convinco you of tho fuels H constipation absolutely useless These is positively sold by all df uggista and are boluses nnd potions made in groat general dealers in tho land Prico VA part of podophyllin aloes rhubarb gam- Â¬ cts largo bottles boge and other worthless ingredients The damage they do to tho stomachs of tho Largest Stoor on Record thoso who use them is inalienable Thoy Mr Floyd Ogdon of Jefferson coupty evacuate tho bowels it is true but al Â¬ has taken nisstcer Alexander the Great ways do so violontly nnd profusely antl to the St Lonis Fair for oajutbltfoiK besides gripe the bowels Their cilcct is From there ho will jico to Chicago and to weaken both them and tho stomach then make an extensive trip to all tbo J Better far to use tho agrecablo and salu- large cities in the East tary aperient Hostetters Stomach Bit- Â¬ yAIexartdcr the Great is thohirgM ters tlie laxative effect of which isnover steer now living and is tlie largest that preceded by pain or accompanied by a has over lived so far as the recordshowsf convulsive violent acfion of tho bowels Ho is something over eighteen hands On the contrary it invigorates tboso or Â¬ high weighs over 4100 pounds and gans tho stomach and the entire system measures over fivofeot through the with As a means of curing and preventing cw malarial fevers no medicines can comnaro Mr Ogdcn bought him oight years agoj with it nnd it remedies nervous lability when a yearling from Mr fobn Lotlcno rheumatism kidnoy and bladder inactiv- Â¬ at tho Bourbon block yards In Louisville ity and other inorganic ailments for 10 His presont licttml worth h 2000 His pedigree is unknown but ho Conforonco Appofntnionts is boliovcdto have been bred from iin Tho following arc tbo appointments ported English jtoek Bluo grass Clip of tho Irvine Districtof thoME Church pet South Animals aro often alllicled with a dis D G B Domaree P E oaso culled tho mnngo tho nnmo dUeao IrvinoE G B Mann TjOikIoiiT S IIuhtMt in human beings is called the itch and AVhitcsburg H O Itolrinepn is highly contagion to euro it mix flour Mt Pleasant Win Onkloy of suliihur with Dr J II MoLoaji Vol canie Oil Liniment bathe ittiiorowfWy Barhourville E HloluirriH Crab Qrohnrd M 1 Jjorwin and uifco Dr J H MoLoanfl Llww mm HaralGrecn WT Kklftr Kindnoy Balm Bold by O II SwwOi JackKoii J T DJokoyj R B Balrd Haze Clrocn Oiunplon O F lit will Htfcnlnii W M Prrokfon Taylor Rlngo and wife uucufri of Mrnttil Mm W Morelimul nnt Wwt Ijlborty W I Â¬ Â¬ i Services again at 730 p m Opening prayer by Elder Andrew Kash Sermon by itov J T Pieratt subject 2nd Peter Onu member roceiveu chapter ii v by restoration A social meeting was held Saturday morning at 980 conducted by Itov J T Pieratt which was followed by a short talk by Itov A F Erb on the subject of prayer after which came a short inter Â¬ mission Opening exercises 11 A M conducted by Kev A B Stamper Sermon by lie v 1 M Downing from the 8th chapter and Meeting was 10th verse of Nchemiah closed by Itcv J T Pieratt and a recess of an hour and half for dinner Services aeain at 130 i M opened by Itov W L Lncv followed by reading of letters by Bro W O Mize thero being five churches represented by letter with a total number of communicants from the di fibre nt eh u relies as follows Gillmore 03 Hazel Green J 88 Antioch 73 Rose Valley GO Campion 00 Total number from fivo churches 370 there being but five of the nino churches in Sermon by tho county represented Rev A F Erb text St John 3rd chan Â¬ ter lGth verse followed by Itcv W L Lacy Dismissed by Bro A B Stamper Sunday Sept 25th services began at 10 Opening by Bro Downing with A at tho administering of tho Lords Supper Recess fifteen minutes Services at 11 AM Reading by Bro Erb Prayer by by Bro Fallen Sermon by Rev A F Erb subject Romans 1st chapter 14 and loth verses followed by Bro Stamper A talk from Bro Downiugon the subject of the ministry Discourso by Rev 1 T Govedon Hour and a half intermission for dinner Services opened at 2 i jr by Bro Pieratt Sermon by Row H II Little subject Matthew 10th ohaptcr 23 20 and 30th verses followed by Bro M O KApir W L Lacy 1 Kev T F Walter trustees of tho Garth Fund left by H wealthy old gentloman to educate de serving youths recognizing his worth selected him ns a beneficiary Ho provv cd hipisclf entirely worthy nnd improve ing eacn sinning nour got ino iim benefit of tho liberal education thus placed in his grasp Finishing the collegiate courso ho studied law anK soon took position with tho best advo- Â¬ cates in Covington where ho decided to make his home Of attractive man ners and winning address ho became very popular in his now homo and when he stood for Stato Senator frora his district ho was elected by an overÂ¬ whelming majority Serving orlo ses sion with ability and hia friends rccog uizing that ho was worthy of still higher advancement ho accepted their sug- Â¬ gestion and ran for lioutennnt govornor receiving tho uomiuation of his party and milking a most brilliant canvass Today ho 1b invested with all powers of governor nnd if ho does not nuithirnseU creditably wo aro mistaken m tho man Tho record of Jjw W Bryan sliows the possibilities of tho American youth who applies himself nnd it is given here fot tho emulation of the rising generation Thero is going to bo another brilliant chapter in the history of Jim Bryan and it wont bo many years before it is writ ten if his past record is an indication ot Staridford his future achievements Journal Â¬ Â¬ A little over 35 years ago the jyotini man who is now acting as governor c tho great State of Kentucky wftsborli of very poor Irish parents who kept fc toll gato in Bourbon county as a mlkva of furnishing themselves with k living Ho was an unusual bright boy nnd the If J 4 a V vW if A Lilliputian Pickaninny Three miles cast of Monroo inn com fort able log house tho homo of Dennis and Betsy Brough ton there is a wonder ful young ono of tho colored porsunsioiu Seven weeks ago tho child was bom and weighed at birth exactly two pounds Today it will tip the beam at only threo pounds Tho childs full namcls Martha Ann Mary Magdeleno Frances Cleveland The first initials of this delicate mridens name will he Frances Cleveland Bioughtou At first sight tho little things features seem slightly drawn but form and feature are alike perfect Thfc head of this infant is tho size of nil ordinary apple its bund is not as broad as a mans thumb and n small coflg poj would nufkc a commodious abode for iU Bundled up it was a mOro hnrklfnl and looked too small to bo anything with lifo in it Its mother says thero is nothing jesa small dat tho matter with it all1 Great aire will be exercised in the rearing of the child and when a littlo older it will probably bob up BOTcncly in somo circus show Its parents are past middle age and aro extraordinarily largo people Walton Gn News -- U M j What Truo Merit Will Do r rj r ivi i14Mtdll Flat IloiikMLjfl T V Loolclmrl Saturday and attended tit V - lloml M a11 ftwk Ai wJ - M IMK ill nnl Jlllliintu tfinjllAV Tmf fmm L Jjojhq jUTtmJjiyi -- ijT J r 5 ESSI tv If l S r a r sntllrgCT T r f V i- v tfi fc 4r JT JT V ing to a roar of rago and denunciation L LATE NEWS ITEMS jar HAZEL GKEEiqHEKAID jp5 SKA1 f iPt Vf ErS f tft ilk wUlt one lJbelloveJUhave not the honor of ths spccohlcss Tlten a tntirmnr of wratk thCotlior felled tho Captain fiio crowd quickly swell- Â¬ of tho muakots and aarmng into tho ran through WusCrioua Liberatori acquaintance ii to K-- - 0l Sfr M Ktf V M i Y J A r t Kill tho fillbustoro Down with tho Americans To tho garroto with him With such menacing cries as these - KENTUCKY HAZEL FREEST tho mob closed round tho devoted man nnd long knives woro brandished in tho AT THE OLD HOME Quickly tho bayonots of the air Pre seen tlio aame old town again soldiers cleared away tho crowd and a The homo whore first my mother smltod Captain of tho guard confronted tho Hie same yet not the same as when offender Tho latter stood quietly with It knew mo as a happy child That homo to fond hearts firmly wed folded arms a look of uoliauco resting By pleasant memories of old on his handsomo face berries red Of summer meads with Of antumn fields with shocks of gold Speak said tho Captain in broken Who aro you English weare Of wayside maples which still An American Their shadows brood of that soft light Which glinting on each birohen leaf Fellow Wo might know that Sifts down and makes tho landscape bright were you with Lope or Crittondon abound There ferns in woodland shades Tho man returned no answer lie There anoient oaks and hemlocks stind Thoro stately firs adorn tho ground stood proudly beforo his enemies And plnos ore monurchs of tho laud neither admitting nor denying his When genial airs awake tho flowors identity Tho Captain sword in hand Up peeps tho same blue violet was closely searching his face when a The golden rod through suns and showers sudden light camo into his eyes Just as of old is goldon yet Tho rose and lilacs shod perfumo Dy Heaven Ivo seen you beforo Unstinted as in early days You wero in tho fight ho exclaimed And buttercups and nstors bloom Dcsldo tho quiet country ways at Las Pozas confess is it not so Tho mans eyes Still no answer To seo that cherished spot become Ropoopled as it was of yore never quailed but ho spoke not And bo a dweller in that home I Ah exclaimed tho Captain Id bo child a child onco moro your disguise now Oblige understand Yea twice a child to quaff anow Delicious draughts from that cool well mo by removing that hair Senor Fili And roam tho tempting orchard through bustero In autumn whoro tho apples fell Tho man laughed actually laughed To hear boneath bird haunted skies at tho announcement of this discovery Tho tall pines murmur of the son PART I CHAPTER IIL and with ono motion of his hand tore And fondly dream that angel eyes A HOLD ESCAIK Through some blue rift look down on me off the great wig that covered his head But whoro aro they who lent a charm In tho last chapter it was stated that andshoulders Hostood revealed now To all that in thoso prospocta lay this man kept his eyes fixed on the face a man of about twenty live with Who gave brisk llfo to shop and farm of General Lopez and that ho threw To mill nnd woodland whoro ore they brown hair a ruddy face back his great hut so that his vision bright sparkling eyes and a powerful Co seek their places of repose He closely though slender frame might bo unobstructed Thoso silent cities of the dead Earths wealth to them Its Joys and woes watched every movement upon tho he said in a clear You are right Thoro end in oach low narrow bed platform and bent his head eagerly firm voice But ahl their names aro hold akin Concealment is useless forward to hear The tones of the vic- Â¬ now I am what you say I was with To precious perfume set apart From common things and locked within tim as he entreated permission to speak Lopez in his glorious if unfortunate at- Â¬ The sacred casket of tho heart to tho throng wero low and did not tempt and I wanted to bo near him in -J- ane M Mead In JV Y World reach as far as where this earnest Ids death I fought with him at Las watcher stood but tho harsh voice of Money tho tvrannieal officer who re Pozas and 1 am proud of it Do your worst fused tins last request was pitched The Captain went back to the plat- Â¬ tho man form to report this strango occurrence in a high key and A Tale of Buried Treasure Cuban Revolt clinched his lists as he heard the words to tho General and to receive his or- Â¬ Somo powerful feeling controlled him ders lu a few moments he returned and Adventure Upon tho Seas His faco grew red and pale by turns and placing a soldier with a fixed bay Â¬ Ids breath came quick and then la- Â¬ onet at each side of the prisoner and nsr aroTJH bored Ho saw Lopez seated in tho sending a platoon ahead to open a path fatal chair and his teetli ground to- Â¬ through the crowd he detached a com- Â¬ BY JAMES FRANKLIN FITTS gether with rngc Suddenly could it pany from tho nearest battalion and yes thoso dark luminous eyes gave the order to march Copyright 18S7 by The A X Kellogg Xitupaptr bo Company wero fixed upon his own face a faint Slowly the dense throng opened to sinilo of recognition greeted him PART I CHAPTER n CONTlNUED the right and left and the prisoner was Â¬ Tho words wero accompanied by a Further than this ho know that the pa- conducted through it Imprecations triot General dared not recognize him wero showered upon him and some significant gesture which plainly in Â¬ dicated the putting on of hand cuffs for fear of imperiling his safety but weapons woro shaken at him but the The heart of tho Tho sailor understood it and his face tins was enough of the guard protected him watcher swelled with pride and grief bayonets actually turned purplo with rago Ho from violence Tho eager crowd closed Â¬ clenched his lists and there is no tell- Â¬ his eyes moistened a mist swam be up solidly behind the soldiers and fol Â¬ Thou tho dying cry of tho lowed them foro him ing what indiscretion ho might have and many wcro borne committed had not Louis Hunter inter-Â¬ patriot thrilled him through and unwillingly along by thomcro presence Tho young man addressed the through alt how often had he heard it and rush Among theso were Louis posed angry Spaniards in their own lan Â¬ before in words of affection and Hunter and his uncle The episode guage with a lluoncy that showed him friendship and in loud ringing tones just described had occurred so near to ilo heard the to bo well acquainted with tho tongue upon tho battle field them that they had seen and heard ev Â¬ harsh command of tho officer tho deaf Â¬ erything and now they had some diffi- Â¬ Ho spoko rapidly for a moment when tho faces of tho Spaniards re Â¬ ening roll of tho drums his head culty to keep their feet amid the tu- Â¬ laxed and ono of thorn smiled broad- Â¬ reeled ho would havo fallen to tho mult and rush They were borne along Si ground but for a strong effort which by the press and could do nothing ly Both joined in tho words Wnor lifted their hats with Castilian ho put forth to control himself When but yield for this present Thoy were but politeness and again fixed their eyes his senses wore steady again ho haw a littlo way in thorearof tho company tho patriot martyr dead in tho chair Upon tho platform and the tall form and bare head of the I know a littlo of that gibberish tho multitudo hoaving and swaying prisoner were in plain sight myself said tho Bailor to Ids compan- Â¬ around him with excitement and ho And now occurred something which I heard you say old man and heard tho loud oxclamation from tho in its successful daring has perhaps ion foolish follow How my lad who platform never been exceeded the world over So perish all enemies of Spain and in the told you to npologizo to thoso stuck up annals of escapes How it could dons for moP Ill bet you another sil Cuba Viva Isabella Viva Concha havo happened how it was done rer dollar that lean whip botli of them Down with all lilibustoros and renc scented little short of a nnstcry and gadoes together there are elderly men in Havana to day 1 Another loud and prolonged flourish who will tell you with bated breath of I shouldnt wonder uncle but was afraid from tho way you have of drums emphasized tho proclamation tho daring escape of El Americano boon going on hero that you would while from some hundreds of loyal Filibustero on tho day that Lopez never got brck to tho ship safely unless throats camo an approving huzza was garroted nnd express theiropiuion Tho sight tho words tho sounds that he was in league with the devil you could whip tho wholo of Captain too which I threw tho man with the sombrero into General Conchas army The advance platoon had cleared the hardly think youd liko to undertake a transport of rage Tho boldier spirit square and proceeded somo distance For my part I dont want to spend stirred madly within him he forgot his along ono of tho principal streets that oven ono night in Moro Castlo and Im surroundings he forgot his own feeble Â¬ entered it Tho Captain marching pretty certain that after I do get back ness ho remembered only that he had just beforo the prisoner nnd his guard to the ship Ill not appear in Havana had reached ono of those narrow again with you alley like streets so common in Havana 9 Youwont bo urged to tho sailor which branch off from the principal rctortod thoroughfares An exclamation and a tYoud said quito enough to put you scuffle behind him caused him quickly whoro tho American Government would to turn Ueforo he could comprehend continued havo troublo to find you what had happened ho was felled Louis I boliovo that if I hadnt senseless by it blow from tho butt of a stepped in and smoothed out affairs musket A man darted from the street with thoso dons wo should each of us into tho alley The Lieutenant per- Â¬ be In ohargo of filo of soldiers now ceiving a halt and seeing the con- Â¬ V 1 BpM Tho sailor had an angry rejoinder 1 L fusion hurried from the flank of en his lips whon his attention ns well tho company up to tho head III II I as that of Ida companion was directed found and III It I AW that the prisoner again to the platform The occurrences Which had escaped ho way which this chapter has described wore cried and when twenty voices replied I Ml J M II V IK few xninutotr duration and f but Into the alley ho commanded tho while they had been transpiring Gen Â¬ For two soldiers to lire that way eral Lopex had made his fruitless ap-minutes a rattling and useless fusilndo peal to be allowed to speak to tho poo- was kept up useless except that three fU and had takon his scat In tho or four persons wero wounded whoso garrote ohalr When the sailors eyes first knowledge of tho trouble camo again turned toward him one of AM AN AMKUICAN Wre I from the bullets that struck them To the eturda was clasping tho fatal col the consternation and rago of the offi Â¬ just seen Lopez bravely die and had cers It was clear that tho prisoner was lar about his neck Do you e whispered tho sailor heard his ascending spirit basely in- Â¬ out of sight Tho wholo affair had occurred so for what had just occurred hud really sulted Prudence Judgment Hafety all wore thrown to tho winds as ho suddenly and uuopootcdly as well as Miwla him cautious that hes looking flung his great hat in tho air and ho quickly that even those who saw UnUwayP0 MHt eouhlHtwftll look any whoro but shouted in a voleo that rung like u every million that was made including to tta front with Umt Iron trumpet through the laro Louis Hunter and Ids unee hm Tho memory of Narelso lopez shall some dlnioully in dtwrlhlug it accu Â¬ W llv forevurl Culm shall Iw fiool Down rately It soeuicd tolerably clear how that his eyf Mh4fMit yM 11m with all gpaalardtfl ever thai a tho prUoner came near wUtfciwf ftfcntffKt tewanl mt TM vwry MH4Uy of hs word to the alley 1m bud uddony trlimwl m Urn rwd t all m1 ligllinl at An U irfllko tVeiUwly up UHW of fcU jjuuivU kiiuikwl tfuWM SPENCER COOPER Publisher close-ly-eroppcd Have you II you wcro not called my nophow Louis Hunter Id knock you down for that remark No I dont know that I ever saw General Lopez before but I should consider it an honor to have such a man look at me Just look at him now Ill bo swallowed by sea scrponts if he aint smiling 0 tho bravo man may Heaven rcceivo him I wish I dared to take oil my hat to him I really beliovo hes looking right at me The bluff and impulsive sailors mis tako was perfectly natural In that awful moment upon tho verge of death with his fleeting thoughts turned upon fair Cuba for which ho was to die tho eyes of General Lopez as they surveyed tho vast concourse were ar- Â¬ rested by a familiar and friondly face His own exprossivo faco lighted up at the sight something like a smile vis- Â¬ ited it one last aflectionato look ho gave to him ho had recognized beforo tho black curtain of death descended be Â¬ tween him and that glorious Septem Â¬ ber day The man who had arrested his atten- Â¬ tion was not tho sailor It was the man in the sombrero and whito duck suit who stood just in front of tho sailor The Captains parts ilMJOT VJKl AK U19m fltfTVI RmflnT4 m mm M 7j llrilit fmt Henry Bowon a promlnont farmer of Tiffin O has niodo an usslgnuiont alley Robert Patton a wealthy farmer of Guyb All was uproar and confusion Tho villa Athens County 0 dropped dead the crowd continued to pour into tho street other day of hcartdisoasa and rumors of what had happened ran John Mackuy has withdrawn from tho liko wild firo back to tho Pasco which control of tho Postal Telegraph lino on this tho troops wcro leaving Tho wholo coust and surrendered it to tho Canadian forco was at onco broken up into lino Tho Comptroller of tho Curroncy has ausquads and sont forth to scour tho city thorized tho Tazowoll County National drums resounded half tho garrison bank of Dclawaro 111 to begin business was turned out under arms and soon with a capital of 150000 tho loud boom of a gun from tho ram Â¬ Prlnco Ferdinand reviewed 8000 Bulgarian parts of the Moro told Havana and all troops tho other day Thoro was greut en- Â¬ thusiasm and tho Prince was received with loud acclamations by tho people Dispatches from Cuba Bay that popular demonstrations aro being hold to express VU Or jV ill indignation at tho governments action in dismissing General Salamanca from the Captain Genornlcy In thovoto on Mr Gladstones motion In refcrenco to tho proclamation of tho Na-Â¬ tional League in tho Houso of Commons nine Llborul Unionists supported Mr Glad stone nnd soventcon other members of the party wero absent and unpulrod The Treasury Department has decided that tho government is liable for bonded warehouse storage charges upon such goodB ns havo been removed from the public stores to bonded warohouscs cither for rcappralsemont or becauso uncalled for Tho Govornor of Houth Carolina lias commuted the death Bontoncc of Oxlo Cherry to llvo years imprisonment This is tho colored girl who poured lye down tho throat of a troublesome baby causing its death Sho is undoubtedly a lunatic James Owens a prominent citizen of Zanosvillo O and a prominent coal opora tor nnd salt dcnlor walked Into tho MIs kingum river at that city tho othor day Till IltlSONKItS KSCAlK nnd drowned himself in two feet of water the country round that a prisoner had Temporary mental nboration of tho mind escaped The alley and every house Is tho Hupposcd cause sayn A Four Finlnndcrs in it were thoroughly searched but no woroDuluth special capsized in a sail boat on tho Wiscon- Â¬ discovery was made It was expected sin Bhoro near Cnnnois Point last Sunday by somo of tho officers that the re Â¬ drowning thrco of them Tliolr names are capture would be easy since the fugi Â¬ Peter Johnson Charles Morkorg nnd John One All single and laborers tive had been plainly seen by thou Â¬ Hogan J body has boon recovered and being bareheaded and sands Tho London Timet has bogun tho publico drowsed in white any attempt to se Â¬ tion of n series of articles describing tho cure other clothing would certainly be Â¬ visit of Its correspondent to America In tray him Hut at dark of that day he nn editorial tlin statement is mudo that an experience as that of tho writer is had not been found nor had any tiling such moHt tho wonderful that can happen to tangiblo been heard of him man A full account will first be given of When at last tho two Americans that prodigy of cities New York Tho whom we have seen at the Pasco were great cities westward will then bo deable to disentangle themselves from the scribed the pnssengors on tho stcamor Among crowd they began to make their way Adriatic from Liverpool whic arrived at down to the quay Their progress was New York tho other day ib IliB Illghnoss Squads of soldiers patrolled tho Thakore Sahib of Limari K C I K slow every street and they wero often traveling incognito us Sir JawatHlglljooK It accompanied by Mr halted and commanded to give an ac Â¬ C I R und a Htiite Ho is thoTfirst Bridge water Indian count of themselves On these occa Â¬ princo to cross tho Atlantic to visit this sions Louis Hunter would stand care- Â¬ country Lord llnrtington In a loMor defining his lessly by with his hands in his pockets while the sailor who had been pre- Â¬ political position denies that ho regards degression pared by the latter events of the day homo rulo practically won Thetho Liberal which seems to exist among to act and talk temperately would Unionists ho dcclnros is caused chiefly by pull some folded papers from his breast Â¬ tho impression which obtuins in somo quar- Â¬ ters that Gludstono has made larger con- Â¬ pocket and declared We are both Americans but per Â¬ cessions thun havo really boon mndo and ho knows of no reason why tho Unionists Wo belong to the should relax their efforts fectly peaceable bark Ncllio Willis in tho harbor A special from Winnipeg Man says I am her Captain Aaron Willis this is Gcorgo C Milne the tragedian who has my nephew Louis Hunter who sails just completed a short soason thorn had a with me Hero arc my manifest and nurrow cscapo from death by drowning last Sunday afternoon while out boating clearance were most ready to sail only ou the Red river with frionds Tho boat waiting to ship more hands Weve was capsized in a dquall Ills companion was a good swimmer but Mllno was not been to the Pasco to seo the execution the Hudson This full explanation with a glance Mr Anderson ofhis struggle Hay Com Â¬ pany observed from shore Â¬ at tho papers and sometimes a ques- and reached him with a boat just in time to tion or two sufficed to pass the two save his life An extensive hospital for tho cure ol all along ami whon the Captains Span- Â¬ ish was not understood Louis was ills that man Is heir to li to bo erected nt As they Orccnvillo Pu Tho hosnital will be under called upon to explain tho care of Mrs J It Riley of Jamestown n eared tho water the crowd became Fa on whose property it is located though thinuerand the were able to walk more tho general supervision is to bo that of Dr rapidly and converse as they talked Cullis of Boston It will be opened on the Hy all odds tho iwM daring thing 7th of September and thereafter meetings will bo hold of I ever saw in my life tho Captain de Â¬ tho purpose of on tho 7th ull each mouth for healing patients with clared whatever maladies thoy may bo afflicted A man couldnt try it once out ol Friends of this enterprise aro now In at Â¬ ten thousand times and escape a bul- Â¬ tendance at tho camp meeting in Green- Â¬ ville soliciting funds for forwarding this let said the other work Just so and thats what makes the Hov Dr Joseph Parker of the City Temthing so wonderful Dont you think ple London who for years was tho bosom friend of llev Henry Ward Bcechor and so entertained that gentleman and his wife said when they I think it was fool luck visited Europe last summer ar- Â¬ Louis rived at New York on tho steamer Umbria The Captain eyed him savagely tho other day Ho was driven from tho Anger and disgust by turns ruled his dock to tho Evorott Houso whoro ho was met by Mrs Bcechor Thoy breakfasted to face gothor Ho will dollvcr a eulogy on tho I tell you what Louis he said as lifo of the latoMr Boccher in Brooklyn on he smoto his open palm with his fist October 4 and thon mako a lecturing tour tho time is coming pretty fast when of the country Timothy Coughlin tho the cabin of the Nellie Willis wont who was hold responsiblesection foroman for tho Chats bo big enough to hold you and me worth catastropho has been admitted to Youve angered mo moro this after-Â¬ ball in thu sum of 1000 by Judge Reeves GcorRO Hoffman a clork nt tho Harris noon than I want to bo angered in a burg Fa foundry died a fow dnyB ago whole mouth Aro you all selfishness from tho administered by Did you ever say Dr RichieoffectB of ether ono from head to heels in extracting of Hoffmans a generous thing or admire auothor teeth mans words or acts in your lifo Tho Spanish govornment Ib informed that a conspiracy against tho constituted au- Â¬ say O bothor uncle you tire mo with thorities bus been discovered nt Foncc Â¬ Forto Rico and that forty porsons impli your sentiment cated in tho plot havo been arrested Very well sir I wont tiro you Marcus Zuckorburg a jowolor doing much longer Your knowledge f buBlncBB on tho cornoiof Monroo and Stato Spanish has been of servico to mo in ntrcets Chicago has confessed judginont in favor of Bovoral creditors Judg getting my cargo and doing my busi ments aggrogato between MO00 Tho 15000 und ness hem but 1 cant put up with your iJxtradltlon papers for tho lato county ways and manners I shant ask you treasurer Hurkeof Galveston Texas who l now detained at Han Francisco havo to jnako another trip with me been Usuori by Govornor Robb Burkoe delighted to hear you say so Im of transportation expenses will Louis roplied in his moat offensive tho GovornorH roward fund bo paid out tone General Ferron French Secretory of War han rati nod two of his private secre TO HK OONTlNUKn taries to bo arrested on u charge of high trounce Jt Ih chawed that thoy dUclouHt A good mother of this city was to thu hlgaru tho plant of tho War Oflk horrified the other day whon her littlo lor the mobilisation of tho French trooj Mr Arthur OConnor tho wU know daughter Informed her that she had Dublin National Leaguer accompanied lx her hulr out at the blacksmith shop MIT I llftmil KaiilAmln Vtlt Innn I iiviiiivi MHitBllII U When luked to explain Im replied will vuit America In September CI Th Mr tituith cut my and lie h will adtlrM mooting of the Autorld blank uranchuq of tho Lcuvui wlivh ivril Uut liurliutm iV culled indifferent pMw Â¬ Â¬ twelve-year-old Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ n w br ii hlr Cb Wjitftk HWhiAfl 1 tttXt - A OJfj 4 i t 47 w Hazel Gheen Herald BPENCKtt COOPER 1ubuAor i uvrj mm- - uuiigni1 uie uazzio m man boforo he was concoded bv John his eyes slipped and fell but mmlo a Harmdn to bo fairly oa his foot again desperate clutch with his numbed The lattor came home Into from his hands at tho eavestt ough and hung work ono evening auspondod by that frail support which Hows BradvP ho asked of his might givo way any instant beneath mother as ho sat down to tho supper his weight which sho had kopt for him Wants Heoplo in tho streot below cried out to got out ohP Holl bo thoro soon nsthoy caught sight of his perilous now but I reckon Ill have to give position him tho slip to night Shod bo disap Â¬ 01j holl bo down in a minute pointed if I didnt como round Ho cant draw himself up for see Yes from tho mother But its breaking away now seoms to mo bananys ud givo you hot- Â¬ No it holds yet Cant something ter Morth for your money than them bo done for him thcro roses John Whilo tlioy gazed upward dazed Sho wouldnt think so mother with horror and feeling tho utter help-Â¬ Then a dpor went shut and Brady lessness of any clTort to reach him in who was half way down tho stairs time a second lineman appeared on when theso words arrested him turned tho roof sent there it would seem to and went up again witli his blood on assist tho other It only required an lire So this was tho kind of faith instant to tako in tho situation tho with him This was tho man who was cracking swaying eaves trough tho more worthy of Dolly than ho was desperately Ho could hoar John splashing tho gripping hands tho ghastly sot face of tho doomed man water at tho kitciion sink as ho m ado who swung over that deadly abyss ready to go out but Harmon had no bavoliim bavo him came up from idea that a dark figure on tho other tho street bolow sido of tho way when ho finally readied Only tho moaning of tho cry reached tho street was that of his rival Ho tho man on tho roof so loud and did not notice how it crept after him strong was tho wind which blew there keeping him in sight and if thoro had boon any doubt at all in Bradys mind but ho answered as if lie had hoard it Jll try Jaint no difTrenco to mo it was soon onded for tlioy woro tak- Â¬ if tis Steve Brady May bo as well ing tho direct routo to Dollys homo both go down but I rockon weve about It was adpnoly way down sido streets and alloys and presently Stovo saw a ckii chances Ilo was busy fastening a ropo to tho freeond dark form on Harmons sido of nearest chimney as ho spoke It was tho way now creeping stealthily after not a long rope but it would reach be Â¬ him He remembered thou that this yond tho edgo of tho roof and ho had been pay day and that John most made a noose in tho end of it which probably had his weeks wages in his ho placed around his body beneath tho pocket but his first impulse to cry out arms then taking a coil of wire which and warn tho other died down Why should ho interferoP What bus ho carried for repairing purposes from iness was H of his if John should bo as- Â¬ ins pouch lie plied it to tho ropo a m rnfnintAKK T CONSUMPTIVE A CATTIX of the tho uyB this Han au- - nal CSS Ian cn ith oss in ibc In fa- Â¬ lar m he ed od ch he ed n- - or ry no y a of a- 9- - r a s - e a o X if - Farmers Matt Cfer4 Tuberculosis is duo to microscopic parasitlo plants culled bacteria or KENTUCKY HAZEL GREEN bacilli which aro ontiroly distinct from other forms of microscopic lifo and LOVES TRIUMPH can bo measured and doscribod so as When tho morn broko clour and tho sun rose to bo recognized from tho description bright tho sou which had tossed through that And by those who aro sufllciontly familiar terrible night with bacterial gorms Tho discovery On that rookbound shore Coasod to surgo and to swell in wavos mountain of tho gorm is duo to Prof Koch a high woll known Gorman scientist eased to toss its foum aigrily up towards tho Tho disoaso may bo communioated sky Ceased its horrlblo roar to honlthy animals by foeding upon tubercular matter or by innoculation Thon sho stole from her cot with hor babo closely prossed into tho blood It may bo communi Â¬ Gainst her heart which had wildly tbrobbod in cated from animals to animals from her breast man to animals and without doubt Through tho woarisomo night And sho movod to tho cliffs which stood high from nnimalg to man though owing and stoop to tho difficulty of making experi Â¬ And with wldostarkig eyos looked out on the ments in tho lattor direction thoro aro docp In tho clear morning light few recorded facts that can bo roliod on as proof Tlmt vast soa was as smooth as a lnko thats t rest Dr Fleming boldly advocatos mak- Â¬ Not u wave could bo scon uion Its broad broast ing definite experiments to provo this As it rolled to tho land point by feeding criminals condemned Yet it silently swept far up on the beach Every time it came up striving higher to roach to doatli upon milk or flesh of tubor Upon that bleak strand cular animals Ho says I do think that criminals who so far offend for a moment her heart wns lllled with affright While sho gazed on the sen lit by mornings against society as to tako away hu Â¬ clour light man lifo should thus bo made to atono And saw far and noar Ou tho broast of tho dcop bits of hull and of to that society whoso moral principles mast they have violated Which told of tho tempest that oer it had Tuberculosis iu cattlo is tho rfnmo passed In that night bleak and drear disease as consumption iu man Neither are understood to bo curable Tvras hor flshorman husband for whom sho though quack doctors may sometimes fcarod 5nr his boat on tho ocean sho oagorly peered oiler remedies to euro consumption Hut no sail wns in sight It is not producod by lung worms Thrn hor oyos chanced to turn from tho soa to Tho word tuberculosis is derived the land idsbosawa mans form lying still on tho from a Latin word meaning small sand tuber Tubercles aro of various sizes In tho clear morning light from that of a millet seed to that of Simithing strange in that form for a breath fow Was not the lat- Â¬ largo grapes and sometimes an aggre Â¬ feet further up and dropping upon saulted and robbed stopped her heart ter stealing a march on him carrying gation ot tuborclos form a mass weigh Â¬ Something known in that form caused tho lire hands and knees made his way to tho blood to dart roses to Dolly and ingratiating him- Â¬ ing a pound or more Tlioy aro all eaves Through her bosom once more self when ho had promised to keep too largo to bo found iu milk or butter Hold fast Stove lie called en Â¬ For a moment sho scarcely could gather hor away He had a momentary glimpse Chemical analysis is unnecessary for breath couragingly Im comin to help ye of an uplifted arm carrying something determining tho presence of the dis- Â¬ For u moment hor face was as ghas tly us doath Hang on till I got a turn of tho wire Ah sho gazed at the shore which looked liko a short club Ho ease it is usually quite apparent to around you good Lord man dont Ho ro the naked eye but doubtful casos may Then sho rushod to hor cot took tho babe from you wrigglo or youro a gono ono in knew instantly what it was her breast momberod an item which ho had road need tho microscope to detormlno thoir spito of mo And leaving her child in his cradle to rest AMONG THE KIRQHESE Animals sometimes fat Hut in tho same broath witli tho tho week before of an unknown man truo nature She hustcned to go Down the path that wns out in tho cliffs rug warning thoro was a convulsive n Mum Imc cflbrt who had boon sandbagged on tho streot ten well whon affected by this disoaso llntrothal Southern Hlbnrhi Ouatomi la god side and killed outright by a single blow in its earlier stages but emaciation is on tho part of tho susDondod man tiin To tho sands whero tho oceans still rising tide Thcro is one thing raroly omitted Cumo steady and slow parting cavos trough slipped from his Ho had not set this outlaw upon tho ono of tiio common symptoms from femalo costume which is a silver track of John Harmon ho had nothing Tuberculosis is a disoaso that is not With u fast boating hoart nlong tho dry boaoh rigid lingers ho was toppling back Â¬ to do but to hold his peace and it might confined to tho lungs though it moro amulet hanging on tho breast in the ward falling into spaco tho earth tho Which tho incoming tldo was trying to roach form of a kernel cylinder or triangle Sho flew oer the ground sjcy tho face of tho man above him all be his rival would be removed from his commonly affects thoso organs It may In tho form which lay there as if load on its locato itself in almost any organ or containing Mohammodnn writing or blending in one chaotic picture boforo path forever flUle It was a wicked thought a horriblo part of tho body It undoubtedly is n perhaps prayors and glvon by tho hus Â¬ InthoHpot whoro twus left by tho last rising his despairing sight yet ho did not tide frequent cause of abortion and bar-Â¬ band at tlio timo of marriage Tho fall tho arm of John Harmon who thought various circumstances connected I lor husband was found You haint got to do nothing Stovo renness It is transmissible from marriago among tho Kirghoso with had slipped like a Hash over tho edge remind only just kcop quiot whis Â¬ parent to offspring by heredity and At his sldo in an instant she dropped on her was about him holding him tin whilo Brady ono strongly of patriarchal times Fif Â¬ knqo pered tho tempter from either malo or femalo paronl ho adjured And oagoily Scored at his features to sco But another inward voice finer still- Â¬ but infected parents may produco ofl teen is tlio marriageable ago and pre Â¬ Get a hold got a hold for Gods Wore ho living or dead liminaries paÂ¬ But hho huw that nls face was as ghastly as sake spring that will not have the disease rents of tlio are commenced by thodep- Â¬ If you vally your lifo and mino er made itself heard bridogroom sending a death Wlierd you bo now if hod done though a predisposition to the disoaso And there carao from his lips not even a broath keep your wits about you Stovo Brady nothing whon you hung down from is greatly increased by having diseased utation of match makers to tho paronta Now then climb up tho rope Itll As sho lifted his head that rotten eaves trough Did ho keep parents The disoaso is far moro com Â¬ of tho bride offering prosouts and among them a dish specially prepared Thon tho shirt oer bis breast she toro quickly boar tho strain I think and you can quiot an let you drop out of Ids wav mon in adults than iu the voting of got on the roof from my shoulders apart for tho occasion of llvor and mutton or did ho venture his lifo to savoyouri And hor quivering hand sho placed on his heart Steady so animals It prevails moro in warm This heres murder youro a nursin in than iu cold countries and in hot than fat which signifies that they moan For a moments briof space Thoro was a moment of suspense your As sho felt his hoarls throb uncertain and After this the compli Â¬ Jieart otevo lirady Aro you in fold stables which accounts in part matrimony slight The strands of tho straining ropo were ready to do ment is returned by presents and a murder for any girl loast Hor breast lllled with Joy hor oyos shono with cutting on the edgo of tho slates but wiso for a girl that dont know herown for its greater provalcnco in herds of similar dish sent by tlio girls paronts a light fancy cattlo kopt in tight warm barns to those of tho bridogroom tho wire which John had plied to it mind Which transformed her face The well enough to chooso between It is far moro common in districts bridos fathor then summons a mooting higher up divided tho woiglit and en- Â¬ tho two of you P Jlo was ghastly and cold as ho lay on tho sand where tho stock is chiefly purchnsod At tho epot unto which hud been swept on the abled first tho one thon tho other to All this boforo tho murdorous blow than where it is raised Tho buyer is of kinsmen to consider tho kalim or strand climb to tho roof Tlioy stood thoro fell gross amount to bo paid for tho bride It takes timo to toll theso IJy that tcrrlblo storm panting witli exertion looking into thoughts of ids but tlioy all flashed moro or loss at tho mercy of tho seller the kalim may consist of forty sixty or Hut hor heart leuped for Joy in the breast of for tho latter is tho first to discovor in Â¬ each others eyes Thon that wife through Ids mind in tho space of a dications of dcclino iu condition of ono hundred shoup or from nine to For shed felt his blood throb and sho knew thcro I owe my lifo to you forty seven head of cattlo besides said Brady breath As it foil a wild oar splitting was life which kalim tlio bridogroom has to but J wish I didnt I wish Id yell startled the assailant and assailed health and the temptation to unload In that almost dend form upon another is a weakness not wholly givo at least two presents of camols dropped down into tho street nforo I alike John Harmon wheeled in Ids With the strength of ii giant born of hor lovo owed it to you confined to horse jockeys or denlors in Sho carried that form to tho cliff top above tracks and tho blow grazing ids check stocks Tho disoaso is most danger horses cows fire arms or kluilals Theso tilings decided tho bridos fa The causo of tho enmity between had forco to knock him down Ho was From tho surf boaton shoro ous to mankind whon badly disoasod And sho Unrod on tho way not u moment to thoniP Tho usual causo only a girl up again oi tho instant up in timo to meat or milk is eaten without thor Â¬ thcr sends to tho bridegrooms aul for rest tho kalim and one of tho presents after Lest tho heurt that so faintly boat in his breast Not even a protly girl as tho world saw catcli Stovo Brady as tho ruffian flung ough cooking Tho disease is most which tho bridegroom tnkes tho other hor but the ono on whom eaeii of these him off after tho briefest struggle for Should cease ovurmoro Thcro was Stovo was weak yet and no match for contngious when tho tubercles aro present and goes to see tho brjdo for To their cot near at hnnd her burden sho bore men had set Ids heart breaking down that is when the aro tho first timo Not that ho oau easily And though her frame shook as she entered tho something of tho coquette in hor or tho burly villain whoso flight ho had ripe and tho germs aro being thrown change his mind whon things have door else sho had not yet learned her own tried to intercept to catcli him and off from tho body in tho breath or in gono thus far for tho dollvory of his Hor heart did not quad ven encouragc- - bieak the deadly forco with which ho Yet sho sighed when shed placed his form ou mind for sue had prcsont virtually seals tho marriago ment to each or lio thought so which was hurled head first against tho wall the milk the bud Thoro is no doubt whatever that contract and ho is so firmly betrothed For his eyos were wido staring as if ho wcro amounted to tlio same That sot to had tho oflbct of sending dead is increasing as tli at should ho dio boforo tho timo of tuoorcuiosis in Tito bitterness of fooling that out of Steve back to his bed again His head our cattlo aro cattlo And his fnco ghastly pale better housed and pro- Â¬ marriago tho intendod wlfo has to go common gratitude ho ought to stand troubled him and ho raved about With tno courage of lovo sho fought for his life out of his rivals way was working in roses and sand clubs and Dolly until tected Ones cliancos of being killed homo to his pnronta and bo taken for With tho vigor of lovo sho entered tho strife by drinking milk or eating hoof from tho wlfo of tlio next son Vlco versa Stovo Brady but with tho words on one day ho found himself looking into And conquered grim Death tubercular animals is probably nmall if during tho period of betrothal the For she saw in good time light gleam in his his lips lie began to waver and sank Dollys own blue tearful eyes oye but nobody wants to tako that small girl should dio hor parents aro bound Oh you poor follow sho cried And sho heard with delight from his bosom a down unconscious chance Thcro should bo greater pro- Â¬ to givo instead their next daughter or sigh When ho cumo to himsolf ho was in Oil to think jou cared bo much for tection to tho public and thoro will bo in default of ono to rot urn tho kalim And sho felt his faint breath a strange place but it was still John me But how bravo of you to savo him when tho people aro sufllciontly in- Â¬ and pay a fine Lovo had won as oft times It had won boforo Harmon who was witli him and who whon you woro sick and jealous and formed Every person who buys milk When tho porlod of betrothal is at Lovo had won as it will till our loving is oer had this to say all You neednt say a word for John or beef has a right to know Till wo pass from this earth that tho an ond tliu bridegrodm goes to the aul Now look here Steve Brad- - dont Harmon has told mo ovcry tiling but animals producing such food aro iu Strength had como to hor arms us hor husband of his bride who is glvon up by sho bore you go to fussin or worritin Youve tho idea of you believing tlmt 1 that good health and not dangerous to tho parents with a dowry of a lent hor Strength had come to her frame that shod noor a been took with a spell and busted a I could liko him tho best community N Y Herald known boforo camel or riding horse cattlo and a blood vessel innardly through strainiu Dolly muttered poor Stove hardly Till lovo gave it birth bridos head dress besides a bod crook A Y Graphic but you dont want dootorin so much knowing if ho woro roally awake do In a lecturo boforo tho sanitary in cry and a trunk of wearing apparel as quiet an peace of mind Thats you moan you chooso mo stituto of Great Britain Dr G V On tho wedding night tho mullah or A COMMONPLACE HEIiO why I bruug you here This is my You and you only murmured Pooru insisted that it was a serious priest places tho brldo and bridogroom room and it s in my mother s house Dolly who would have boon vastly in mistake especially iu country towns in the midst of a tent puts before them Bosoued by a Rival from a Peril- Â¬ and I want to say to you that Ill bo diguant had any ono hinted that to turn so much refuse mattor into the a covered cup of water and begins tin square an oven with you I wont honest John Harmon wns more worthy tlio rivers and other water eoursos prayers Thon ho ous Situation asks tho contract tako a step toward Hoein Dolly till to bo glorified by that fiamo heroic Tho proper destiny of organic rcfuso ho lug parties if it is with thoir full conWintor was dying hard and with its youro on your feet again I wont light with which sho had invested said was Immediate burial just bolow sent thoy engago thomsolvos to b latest throo shootcd ovcry thing by a try to get ahead with her through your Stove tho surfaco of tho soil Thoro it can married and throo times gives them fall of slcot tho north wind hohl its misfortiu and I dont want you to It mndo no differcuco whon Stove do no harm but does good by adding tho wator to drink Mullahs soma sway and toro with bitter gusts fool beholden to mo for anything confessed his temptation to hor after- Â¬ to tho fertility Water carried sow tlmos put in tlio water vessel an arrour What woman will not forgive ago ho declared had become a groat with a tuft of hair tied theroto frem through tho storm driven strcots Youd a done as well by mo if Id been ward a man who errs through loving horP StopB and pavements woro traps for in your fix agency iu spreading disoaso JV V tho mano of tho brides hor er h Tho ovll spirit In Srovo was quelled Those roses woro never intended for Ledycr tho unwary telegraph and telephone of hor ribbons others dip therein thiri generous treat mont Dolly after all They woro meant foi paper of wrltton prayers The fcajepy wires woro down oven staunch polos by Tho first Italian lady who sang in jompletlon of a marriage ie followed Youre a hotter man that I am John a little lame oraugo girl who was fast had boon snapped aheor off between Harmon ho erlod out Youro moru dying of consumption They wero tho public in England was Frnnoasca among tho Klrghee by feasfciHg tho weight of tho loo and tho force of dosorviu of her too ono bright spot iu hor joyless life and Margherlta do liCpiiio who appeared games and then tire newly married deÂ¬ tlis wind Hut tho sun oamo out tho I dont know answered John that was tho only pay night ns long as in various operas In 1393 part to the bridegrooms mU lyiiit Um uixt morning clear and bright Hash Im slow an youro quick thats sho lived ou which John Harmon failed cMinels carrying the treiwseaw nh Tho president of a fat mans club the portion litf Id rainbow tints on a crystal about tin diffureuoit It just depends to tuku them to hor 4 nU wealth whloh a mim world and a lineman who was nut on on which Mho tnkti to nioit thats all Ifu in gtuvtis best file ml but ho hits In Hudson County N J weighs 491 give to ejurk We ifcuflilery ottW i llio roof a n sovim ntory building 111 HI U of il never fouim anntuor imyJcHHui jMiundH ami thucujlwlueeof rtjpUow marrlajf Jr Jbry LmttU fe M01 pound Awithur spirit moved tjm Injured jjmit Murtif in Wmkinvtm Vriti viuuplwj down toward thu envoi uftvr non-sectarian GeUiitly DfWMUttng Dtete Agftla The OHOOL AND CHURCH f It m expected that m many at seven thouAml will receive their dip Â¬ lomas as graduates ia tho Chatttauqttft lltorary circle this year Tho Christian is not r ilium y II r ing in the world whloh he must x teds do whilo ho remains U it but ey tke world living in him Of tho 865 colleges and universi- Â¬ ties in tho United States 278 are ohuroh schools averaging 13 teachers and 1S3 students to a school 87 are schools averaging 15 teachers and 188 studonts Tho Telugu Mission of the En- Â¬ glish Church Missionary Society reÂ¬ ceived 830 mombors by baptism last yoar Thoro aro now 5707 baptized Christians in connection with this prosperous mission United JPresby tcriaiu Twonty years ago missionaries ot tho English Presbyterian ohuroh found an opening in tho city of Chinehow Nino years ago commodious mission promises woro orooted and now an earnest natlvo congregation have chosen a Chinaman to bo thoir pastor Tlio following dollnitions were found in tho examination of papers of a private school In ono of our large Southern cities Sophlster Ono who fiophlos Evangllst Ono who spoaks from his stomach Siren Portaining to Syria Stably Stables in gonoraU Muso To cry as an infant Famine Portaining to thofomalo sex Doxolo gy Dropsy In tho head Boston Transcript Tho Cauadlan Methodist Church covers tho wholo of tho Dominion of Canada Newfoundland and tho BerÂ¬ muda Islands with a prosperous misÂ¬ sion in Japan It hns 1010 ministers and ministerial probationers Mem- Â¬ bers 197479 Value of church prop- Â¬ erty 9895048 Collogo proporty Sunday schools 2675 Sun 1453485 day school scholars 222691 soholars who havo taken total abstinence plodgo 87280 rttblia Opinion T - j i -- ti 1 R m JM Oa i f -- jil m -- itl i r C Â¬ ad K -- ft t a ajifcTT ifrsn Jrl J 4IPENCER COOrEU Editoii KY A valued contemporary the other day Newspapers with patent ihsides seldom dio of hog cholera Right you are lionoy neither aro they compelled to mako up with dead electrotype patent medicine ads to nve composition enid Manufacturers of Best Knirlish Stocl Circular and Lang M Wi ITiuday September 30 3887 Tltoro aro hundreds of men in this ty who if selected to attend n po litical convention vrith llio possible chance of their own proferment would jump at tfte chance of going and pay their own way No ono will have the temerity to deny tliis yot ife- is imruisaiblc to get one o this sumo hundred or any other man to attend a convention held for the pur- Â¬ pose of bringing prosperity to the people of our county nu a whole They aro self sacrificing of a littlo silver where Solf agrandizcinont is tho result but where there is a chance to help a fellow mortal tuoy hold aloof It can not bo the pc nuriousnesd of these persona that causes For this lack of pride and energy charitys sake lot us say it is carelessness But whatever it maybe wo hopo there aro somo men in tho county who have prido enough to see Wolfe county repre- Â¬ sented at tho Industrial and Commercial Conference which commenced in Louis Â¬ ville next Tuesday Wo made an appeal to tno citizens of tho county last week but so far havo not heard of a man who Lot us intondu going to Louisville awake from our slovenly Hlothfulncss and do something for our countys sake Any man who will attend tho convention Will havo the benefit of half rates and tho man or men who will go will have tho blessings not alono of the people now living but of all who aro to come after is Who will go 401m Â¬ - HAZEL CnEK At Winchester T G Stuaut Co have been granted a frauchio for ten years for the bujldingof street railways Thoy are to begin work within one year Fl11ITHmp1 -- ALSO D iIEP S IN at the present tiino The Republican Convention at Saratoga contraiy to New York being tho pivotal State upon which the iVcsidential election will linngj there is more tlian usual at- Â¬ tention directed to her political condition Â¬ ilag Files Qiffiiiners Swages Emery Wheals Leather and 6an5 on tholr morltMln uiniIuo Oui Circular Uw utamlut tho head of tho mnrlwl tougtine and nlastirlty of temper ami ounlitj of locl Alttnu full n h Ilmijl Shwh In torc of our own hiipn ttloii lino of i Work fully warranted and at Uiek Bottom Prices LARE CIRCULAR Green Ky for new work or miwh SAWS A Trice List with lit rcom SPECIALTY Head for -- i 1 U 7 Vine and 863 jBJTAll orders sent to L T and will haw our best attention Water Streets CiNCINNATf for Q u F Day Ilacl rcair w ill be pnuijily k fo r XX expectation was conciliatory and harmonious and resulted in the formation of a ticket in which all tho factions of the This will insure party wore represented a solid vote barring tho soceders to the hido parties How is it with the Democrats Tho Lieutenant Governor Jones states that tho prospect is excellent He has spoken in not lets than thirty coun ties at farmers meeting and fairs and ho found tho Democracy united and Tt may be the loss to the prty hopeful by tho Labor vote in tho large cities will Â¬ Vinohostors Now Railroad Tli tV bo compensated by an increased vote in the rural districts for the administration of Governor Hill has undoubtedly been popular Covington Commonwealth Disease lies in ambush for tho weak a feeble constitution is ill adapted to encounter a malarious atmosphere and sud dtii change of temperature and tho least robust aro usually the easiest victims Â¬ m Dr J II McLeans Strengthening Cordial and blood Purifier will give tone and vitifaty and strength to vour en tiro body 100 per bottle Sold by G 13 Swango Hazel Green Rh Land Stock and Crop Jiih Rtiftlci A-- Im ltoc Hill liue been ollercd f2Jr per barrel for HOiicrcs of corn htnntling in the field They refuse it how ever having cut part of it They will hell 200 or 800 barrels Oct 1st and will feed forty hoys on tho balance until Dee lst JasStittles believes it will pay to feed hogs on corn worth 125 per barrel as the scar city of corn in tho country must produce good prices for hogs at fattening time lltirrodsbiirg Democrat A wealthy Vintern corporation has pur chased HivJrul thousand acres of liuid about the Martin farm a shoit distance above Hero the More huad on tho IMg Sandy road corporation propose to stint n manufactur Every description of work will ing town bo carried on and the hum of industry will This will draw be hoard all over Kowon heavily on Moiehcad aw her businchs nien will inovo into tho new town Flemings burg Oaetlc A Fayette county farmer who linn given stock raising his attention Mays ho last year bought JOO feeding cattle at 3000 ami loo Tho net piotith on the sheep sheep at 51 were greater than from the cattle Mc old lambs at S IB0 per hoad and raised more of them tlnii he had ewes The wool taken from tho owes brought 150 vr head and they sold ut Ml eentJ per pound averaging Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SS1 w contract to build tin fir t section of six- Â¬ miles of tho Loiiisilo Cincinnati ty fci rtl tl m el XX Virginia railroad from Winchester to p t3 ui Iiuh been Three Forks of Kentucky river J am now receiving Kew Goods and my stock of General contrnctors from let to i irvey liro the Texas Iaeifie railroad Active work is now complete consisting of Dry Goods Ko will begin on the line near Winchester Merchandise on Monday 2Gth yist Tho promoters tions Ladies and Gents Boots and Shoes Hats and Cap of thih enterprise are Gen H Williams Queensware Hardware Groceries Drugs Saddlery and a and Col A W Hamilton of Mt Ster- Â¬ ling Ky and T f Stuart of Winches- Â¬ variety of articles too numerous and too tedious to mention ter together with W D Hill and Col E They T Hurt of lJirminghjini Ala have associated with them Home of tho Money most eminent railroad men mid largest tfTnll on me and capitalists in New York d ividoprolUs with you On last Saturduv Gtn John S Wil jtwrn - MMjuinMinrMrogmTTiiiiiiiiMUJiJiaiiJiMi liann received a mcbsaie from WinchesESTAnLISHED 1827 ItlanownoirlTsU a i4 km m m t iiistnwnBrriiRnnuivn years sinco ter to come to that city at once tliat0o thlatncdlcino was oircrcd as u remedy for Worm nnd from that tlma Ito men with carts shovels and picks had rtimtatlon hns steadily incriv ued until at Urn lironcnt day it H ntnntt unlvcra illy ackiiowitdKi ttirouchuut Mtiiriy nil pirtu of tlio world to Ik tho gov V arrived to begin work on the L C jil IVnrni nnfnntlnn Miitti aaaa aaBiaiap J filler ffiftutt boon in inufncturcd all mndn liUI countryu ntiMiiimi rt liort IvafoaavotunlnfA i ttmn nf nrnpinnlttiv oni aili aatiau mnpn tnv tlif but irv tli iiuftirv ftli lifo aaiaa vmakviilltiy flin ovur tho neatly ixtinustt d railroad on Monday This number will disease bnvp thflr H A KtUinestookM VirnnfiiRo continues to Krow in favor daily Chillren often look jxile nntl mrkly from nr bo increased to 1000 hands in a few otlier cauo than wormv and xjMim nro moHt frtvjuently tho rcitlt of llnv hi Jdrn tnprwrs and minors Whw they uro irrltblo and fverlsh t olnetlmei cr ln food nnd entity ravenoisly nsuiti rufiiinirwholponiodle days The entire lino has been contract tosiinK rcsuesiiy in aicep moaning aim Kniiuin iuo iccui men oo nsanrcu mct Ry inpioiua ure uiuicaiiono Tfr nj aara ed to bo completed within one year from wonns rnc tunc tucy oioko unt Mt Sterling child lia ben laid In tho Kravo when tho Gazette dlHrasi w hlch oatlsnl li fes-r- -i A Hj0cial from New York hays FRESH AHD Ps 4P K OLE AH ir I propose to sell them Cheaper for Spot Cash than ever before known in this market you can Save Big Ill G SWANGO ii -- 1 1 LV V ia a AaVV HOT SOP The announcement comes from New York that Asiatic cholera was brought into that poi t on tho morning of the SOUi inst by tho steamship AlcBia from diolera infected ports of Italy It camo lii its most virulent form and death was ho result of each attack Tho Alexia nailed from Naples on Sept Jkl and on tho trip eight victims to cholera were buried in tho silent deep Upon arrival tival of thostcamer Health Officer Smith New York boarded her and learned the forcgohfg facta after which the boat was immediately placed in quarantine The fseabou is late for tho appearance of oholcra in thia country as frost has njado it appearance and there need be no uneasiness on account of it Espc lJO pounds niy is this tho ca30 in our own beloved A lot of Hourbon county cattle numbering 22J and averaging noarly 20ki pounds uiountiiin land T II Monroe of Hell county was assassinated Thursday night at the home of John Myers where he was visiting with a party of young ladies The name of the murdeier is not known but war- Â¬ rants have been issued for several suspected parties Mt Sterling Gazette The people of MiilersburgwiH contest the legality of the removal of Wesleyau college in the secular State courts To every person who will aend us SO in cash mid nine subscribers we will send Tin JlrUALn one year free will save money tlrely iiiltindentoodand when worms havo really been tho cauao It has been proved beyond ca II tfiit wrrrr icoiniiy mOaVaerswiionri nion- ciiiir exi iiin ino iiuninn syMHii irouicnruvi nuniicjiiiereiort jnreiils wun rneir cnimron rnnnoi no 100 ouservinR oi 1110 jirri ovninfomi ouormfor no HUrely us they exist the most aellcau infant Ijt tho tlmelvusn of II A V abnt doelts t rnut speciltlu removed from tlio w nfelu and no in Kitians not nesuiuu id recoinmcim aa11 ami uxo it in uieir praeucc unci many oi inti inoxi tnnnuiii protr iilon from all parts of tho country testify to lt uniform success In fact it novor f0l9 It hn f nuently ihjcii clvnn tocniiareu as a aaro puritativo not suspectlntt tho causo or tnc ninths aiu i irupcinur urtlicharfjed and Immedlatortlief afforded Great caution must bo used by every jiur hi of wormIwhUimn liuhnilti ono henxe and to examliii every bottlnha hiivnof It The simnlo namo of K1Kst k not suttlt lout llomiut I00U tlotcly and carefully to too that tho Initiate aro 13 A Faunestock aiulU lied with nothing eUo a a - Ifa flanf hi Iian on tl ItttbirJ hn nrIMn Tnhnnstnrk 1 have iiJiomo of that mo exrellont tTlnr - aa i ini- rwv va J iJ remedj 11 A KvhiiPhtoelcs Vermifuge nml found It to tiney inrecommcndlnirltasttromedy a Ihlch liavo tlio op umi etroet I think vour verniifuo can l reliable and iClcUnt in oil cases whero a Vcrinifn not safely budlspeiwetl with in any fimlly T1I09 U HANDV M I neoded i ours eve j n iiuiiuanu 31 v TO i MTCCKSNORB t nt Tin Unln CO IE SCHWARTZ y mw riujinuvi rillAUUIgi B A Fahnoutoclta Co m i xwixnmnAAMBMJtrv wgrrTTrtTfffTT wimtattteuMwanidivm Mrri J B I7cnMnen adlWUtZ 1 I NKvlruKittvHowAnnCoMo Il I CAJmnnwiT Mn a mv mn TnI 6TT a u V of Get your blmiks at this office and you mm My dear I drerinid last night that you were an Angel j TTP unv1 sy it lU hi ri mi t uuv mvMi i JJOIU LU llUl MAMUMPI I t wn ei 1 ntmimj TT u h I III 8 ri rriTn ei v - What i j thnt a - 1 HAZEL GREEN MM MONDAY AUGUST 1 17 I I Â¬ kfc - rvf -- - Irfr dollars annually if superintendents would s2W Co of Uoyle slopped 800 Wakefivld adopt tho ayBtcnt advocated by Dr Mo a lot recently tho patients would cer- Â¬ scrub catllo and Lexington sold three of 1200a sFauland and cents for pound ones at tainly on joy bettor general health gain of 25 po cent on former prices lodge Oopelaatl of Logan county exhibited at the Cowling Oreeti Fair uUorkshtre lt A SxinVAiiT a drug cletk of pig five and a half months old which weigh has been sentenced to ed ion pounds Wichita Kas lhickndr Wood of Paris has sold his ingovontocn years and four mouths in jail terest in a iheep ranch in Fleming county Ami lined DS00 for violating tho pro- Â¬ to his uncle Samuel Clay for21lU00-Mid- -w hibition law of the State Stkwart ay Clipper sold to u Lexington seed firm lrsis Co pleaded guilty to mi indictment contain Â¬ ior shipment to California 1500 bushels of ing 2030 counts Tho punishment im Â¬ orchard grass seed at sixty live cents per bushel posed upon him ia the heaviest ever Snnford Talbott of North Middletown for violation of liquor lawa Ilini- - aold to Too Wilkerson a car load of fat catgiven tle averaging 1015 pounds at 180 f an tho proprietor of tho store loft for Vparts unknown or he too would bo in THE L C Â¬ will be sent to Knghuid for exhibition in the fat cattle show in Loudon Dec liith They Dr Gno JIcFajuand formerly of wore purebred for Mr CJoldstnith New Fnyotto county but now assistant York from J tt Clay Shelby county feed At n sale of htoek in physician at Oak Lawn Retreat n private ing hogH 200 pounds averageil 7 per head Insane asylum near Jacksonville Ills nheep about a per head cattle suckling calves to two year olds 10 to -- o cows 10 iiaa been writing some very forcible let to 2 fluehing mules K3 to 55oO Mr Clmrlc Patrick of Fajette county tern to tho Chicago Tribune upon tho bought recently of 1 Wallace llarper three ftconomy of managing public institutions stoers nt three ctnts per pound and one fat All whoarointeicsted in tho management cow at JGO per hunuiou pounds Midway of similar institutions would do well to Clipper Chinns sale of Jerseys at At Wallace correspond with him on the subject Lexington last week thirty eight head most Kentucky might bo saved thousands of of them yearlings averaged 147 J G Trimble of Alt Sterling bought one cow at s Fall Term Begun 15th 1337 Â¬ t Â¬ Â¬ jjixNew clean large well ventilated buildings furnish lo flBW Fl ed with new improved school ff T Mk 0 n untrjj mt r 12 2Z3 EaaQp a tyua t j rjiia a vk vs v boivcs ti ca furniture old and guaranteed by Will do the basinc s for you T F DAY JTazcl Green Ky J J M P1ERATT 13RO Exol ivy Full Corps Competent Teachers J N VAUUHX Campton Ky Egxliiition Jioard and In- And all Genera Stores in Eastern Kentucky cidental Expenses Reasona- ahle For further information call I on or address mmmm wi a i w m m gBPMfP Â¬ was his unpoolic answer A foul stomach leffjilc who have no such pleasant nijjht visions and awake fcelinj j thoih they had had no rest nerves all unstrung wondering What on cartli ts the matter with me would bettor take some simple treatment in TI ME ler iis will neglect themselves and put oil treatment until their health is gone What would you think of tho authorities of a great city with hi miles of sewerage to take away the filthy accumulations of streets nnd alleys allowing the sewerage to choke up and spread contagion and poisonous gases from decaying Yet your course is just as UNWISE The matter to blight that city by disease human body is well provided with all that is necessary to carrying off the unclean and you alow it accumulate aud decompose bringing all mariner of ilh to tho flesh An old Chincso proverb h Keep your feet warm your head ool and yom Make a memorandum of this and try it and if you dont keep well bowels open no truth in the wold there is ZCT SKPiBraiarc H R3 W H Rfc HK MSR i 1L1 m w- n - W 11 --- EM m wi -- Â¬ TRIMBLE BROTHERS Hazel Green Academy Co Ilnzol Green Wolfo eniintn Ky Â¬ - MT STERLING KY YSD TUT Vunbo There is an uneasy and apprehensive feeling among residents of Arizona as ftuiuy tilings tend to confirm the idea of Tho Indians on An Indittn outbreak nvGrlo3 Reservation are restles and JOsolent and havo not planted tho usual wops Thoro being an unusual amount 6f water and feed in the mountains they tfonld mako a desperate fight and lead iw soldiers a cluu o if an outbreak should Thoro is said to bo a man in Lcadvillc CbU who call tell by tho tingling senna Tlio Fvoitlo o Le ami KhtUl rtro AMiiirrd II Will 70 Built lioniirhli t fiugoi when ho walks over lodyof ore Hia power aro said to aAVQ been thoroughly tested and he ha rnoiUHgo sums byhU peculiar gifts feuthh fqmlneas for fiirokcopa lihn poor ihonld uomo to this seotion where br U no imch thing as aro known leiiKth wluro ho could mako w fortuna Hon T O Bttinrtnoml to tho nainn paper the foil wing i You can ay to your rend good jinwnot tUnt Mr TtoTfr h 0 A V It 11 will tll eri hut trurU 3tpcjctll mmm hiwwJf to tk U S n hirgo foree h CUrk on Monday s TU frfflfyvllb Hwky Argus of kntuUi und bo piuhed 84 rapidly l po lo J4 Hill editor of the Three Forki Enterprise writing to his peper from Vinchcs- I am authorized by tor Sept 21st an one of tho officers of tho L C fc V road to say that about 100 huiiiTs are now lu re ready to begin work on thu road nml that the chief engineer hns ordered thom to report for duty next Monday morning when work commence with a full force of lmmK Col I Tamil ton will he hero today or at least is eontldcutly oxpouted I linvo ilono my bust to ascens fi thu facts and I am iwnrod by men in whom I have tho giotiuut nuridcncc thnt wrk will eomnioneo Monday I sin corely bolhvo it I expect to start homo Will Htay m long as poMlde tomorrow before I leave I have no doubt 1 will n have Information that will jutfcfy all our peoplo that tho road will be lmllt I feel uoulUleut that what I havo luurd U true Ah U well known In Ieu I uamo hero doubting X can 1 havo no douhh now noiwrlto at C B Â¬ Iff M ONLY have made Wccfch Will be font to anj nddro 200 Respectfully Invite the Mountain WoM Merchants to Examine their Stock and Prices before purchasing nriiR ono year for m fwurmufcvj ONLY m we tfFSi ffl 3 h ra Wffl m ra r In order to accommodate our patron tmnish Tint llKUAi11 and NBW YOHK WORLD together with siib erlbera choice of the HLlS ntoit hlivml prendiiins coiisUtuig of the following valuable buoki arraiiynienls hyuhich wc can ciKat turn 3 KAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY m 05st23 History of the U S History of Enerlaud Everybodys Guide AH for tho nnprcceilontvdly low price of Two Dollars a Year Thu retail price of cither of theke books hi Wholesale and Reta Largest Stock I imi bh Ulilv 200 nntl they ennnot be hud lor Icm The Niw Youk Woiun U llio leailinjx Democratic paper of tho Iliitcd Stten mul in a finiilly paper It Iiuh no rivul Its virctihi lion helm more tlmn double thnt of any other puper on tha American iioiitlncnt jt1 Tlioie who desire to take advnntujje of thU liberal olfrr tboiihl call on or Tlio thu TliV llKiUKDi t mico ml-r-ii Lowest Prices 1 1 1 TWnkoW cadi mint accompany every order Willi 10 Ciuiti extra to pay postage on book QALU AJKU BKB THU UOOKr Heavy invoices arriving daily and stacks upon stacks of goods to meet every department of trade Live Stock Country Produce and School Claims received in tradoon notea accounts or merolmndi DAY f u ij ggjUggg j - - fh Mjam -- aatt iLA rT- - adaLArtf fA- 4 5 s V v1 1 She a I - mriiBTOt Has a larger sircttlalion in the mountains oj As per previous announcement in tliose Eastern Kentucky titan unv paper iti the columns the Salyerville nine last Saturday StaM ami merchants and others wHiing o a vcure Ui trade if Eastern Kentucky will Hayed fpi match game with the Ihuel Green i UU hud U Till UBNT ADVERTISING NU1HVM inc visiung emu arJeil about mid Advertising Rates night Friday and on Saturday morning in jjaETTmnsient adverti laments 7 cents an dulged in some pitch and catch practice i teats an inch iur iiu h first n ainsertion and played a trial game to acquaint them 1 n liiHim4li luwiiiju eaoii selves with tho ground Our boys Mere STANDING ADViitTI KJIUiTS 5 00 iwhcR I year1500 anything bat encouraged with thooutlook I inch 1 year fnohc lyear 900 6 imdies 1 vear 1750 but cinstcrcd for the fray At two oclock 3 inches 1 yew 1200 0 inches 1 year 2000 on lflier advertisements the garuo was called and tire first tlueo iu ifsntinl 6c a line with 5 per cunt off ninga showed the visitors in the lead with a local notices a scoro of nineteen to fourteen but on the tbrloiig time fea Marriaeo and d cat o notices free tri fourth inning our boys made twentv runs butes of respect und obituaries 5 cents a while tho visitor only had two to their line SST Ariiounecmcnfs or candidates for credit This broagiit encouragement to the State or District offices 10 County otlices home nine and to the end of tho eighth iuc3 Calls on persons to become candidates ning when the game was culled on account and their answcis 5 cents a line Payable of darkness both sides did good playing Invariably in advance jjjjfNo name will be entered upon the Our boys won the game by fifteen runs Subscription Hook until paid for but they had to work to do it and it whs and all subbciiptions arc stopped at expira- - generally conceded that only for the night tion of time paid for nUiee of which Will on the ride of the visitois from which they had be lndicafd by a cross mark muigin i front of your name A prompt not fully recovered the result might have renewal onlv will insure its continuance been different The visitors accepted their bPKNVEB COOPEB defeat very good liumorcdly and banteied our boys for a bout next Saturday week hut GARRISON HE SELLS CHEAP the challenge will not be accepted until tho result of the game at Ezcl which will bo played tomorrow S iturdny has been asIIAUDVTA11E QUEENSWARE certained Many ladies witnessed the Green contest and seemed CUTLERY TINWARE to enjoy the sport as did alto several of our MASONIC TKWJAi Judy itT STERLING KY farmer friends who happened to be in town Both nines showed lip in new uniforms and tnKMnwiiirMgniiLi uCTa they were so nearly alike white with blue CUSREflT IfflMDCOUIflY NEWS stripe that some confusion ivas caused A glance at the table below will show the runs Circuit Court commences at Wet Liberty and outs of each player and the runs made next Monday IBRALD 1 - rnrT1TromrrniThe news comes to us that Oak Lawn Itctroat a private insane asylum near Jack- Â¬ sonville 111 burned to tho ground on the 20th inst The news is especially distressing from tho fact One of the ownqrs Dr Geo C McFarland was our brother-in-latho matron of the institution boing the onlv sister of Mrs Cooper They have our sym pathy in their distro and we hope soon to hear that they have recovered from the loss sustained Â¬ klMNMWMMMH BASE BALL One Uuiulrrd ami Twenty Three Ituns in Kight Inning frS WflSUNBN Smith P Kerr of lamff J aain rYit - Best Grades of uV W53tsTwi-H9H-I L m ri jranufacturer MV i I Â¬ uwi fc Â¬ f PiitrMvllWiSw- - 4 MmV rw fiH8SfWi KiLviT w-t WKmmmi W L4 S rW tT y ltie--S- U m -s iStt IHm AND DBAIKlt IK rns Â¬ X 6 We have received from the publishers the Bogers Tuley Co Louisville the popu WINCHESTER KY lar piece of music and words entitled Wait- Â¬ ing For Nora by that popular Kentucky author Col Will S Hays It will bo mailed in to any person sending fifteen conls to Col ail Hays or to the publishers The wordB are i il nn beautiful and all who aro fortunate chough to secure it for piano or organ will thank us T rP Xr I A HALL URKLN ICY arc Solo Agents for Fastpni Konftick LJA fur KKUUS 110LLLT MILL FLOUll and carrv a lawc sup l l P 11 or bringing it to their notice ply of the follow Ins brand PrniKCTiON Wheat Extract Wiiitk Picua Patent Roller Maoxoiia Boiler Fancy Snvrn Imck Holler Family GLonn Supei nc unonwliIoh Judge Lusk reports the following bill of they will quote prices ami deliver at Hazel Green or Itothwcll btatiou aG 6m vmmmm -- iin fare at his house for dinner last Sunday km Coffee with cream and sugar parched corn cabbage regular ham bread water mash ed laters pickled beets butter pie with AND top dressing milk syrup condiments and WHOLESALE DEALERS IN many other things that ho couldnt remom Iff f imi1 m Grain Peed J SKMiiv I tion Cuarantco Satlsfac at times Grade and Prices Â¬ V i m Â¬ LIVERY SALE FEED STABLE LOUIS STIX k CO her Â¬ STOVES -- 8AIYHUVIUK8 Pone Niukcll and family of Montgomery are visiting relatives in this bectioii Â¬ A Mr Hays representing SutclifTe Owens of Cincinnati was in town on Mon- J IT Gaidner S Power day Geo Grigsby Prof A Sanders of Booucville pased J P Adams last Monday en route to Bath K I Gardner through to H Atkinson Boy Smith C B Smith J L Johnson lt0 G uvakl amn9 3 5 John Davis It Kash Smallov JtO 9 3 G T 7 1 G W T Swango 11 S 8 i 2 2 I 1 S o t 5 I 1 1 Swango Luev 0 0 0 2 0 2 7 3 7 2 7 12 F Tyler 1 Swango II Kvans 8 ii 0- county F Rev J T Pieratt will preach at the Johnson bchool house next Saturday at oclock Sunday at 11 and at night A John Clino having married Dud Gardner Will go to in er tho WestPoint and lie is now prepar examination at that place next June One bushel oi good wheat dolivi red at this oflice will pay one years subscription if brought in dining the to THE IlBllAU weeks noxt two Billy Patterson a well known and very popular lawjer of Ml Sterling bar died Middenly on Monday at that place of hem borage of the lung Mrs J A Stephens nee Wilson of Mt Sterling and Mrs Lizzie Turner of the same place are visiting friends and relatives in Hazel Green and vicinity The proposition to subscribe t 0000 to the P G F railroad was submitted to the voters of Scott county last Saturday and carried by a majority of S00 Prof G A Walker and family of Emleii ton Pa who have been visiting the family of Win Lusk in this place left for Michigan on Tuesday morning last Â¬ The base ball game to be played at Ezcl tomorrow Saturday will be the most closely contested game yet played in the moun tains Several of our citircn will attend Rev Â¬ Â¬ m M T Pieratt and other ministers of the Christian denomination will begin a from time to time Smalley was the fmt baseman for the series ot meeting at White Oak in Morgan Oct 7th home nine County commencing ucxt Fiiday ltolliu Kash played second and John A very interesting meeting is expected and invited Evans held down third by working like a the people of all denominations aie beaver to be present The home nine fielders Ellsworth Lacy II W Smith leprcsenting the grocery right Frank Tyler center James Swango house of Thos J Duncan Co Cincinnati left Charley Swango short stop was in town Saturday and Monday and sold otiiki roiNTS CinSept 2 At St Louis St Louis some goods but Bob candidly acknowledgod 1 Cleveland more every time he comes cinnati 8 Louisville Louisville that lie could sell Brooklyn Brooklyn 2 Baltimore 5 14 if ho had a card in Tun II iuiaip Bob Eaid lie would see the house about it On Tuesday morning last C H Perry the practical and popular pliotographor who Sam J Salycr of Mt Sterling wnsa guest has been here for a month or more folded of the Day House on Tuesday night and his tent like an Arab and as silently stole spent a few hours in handshaking with his away Although he had announced a week friends hero on Wednesday morning He or so acco that he would stay but a short was accompanied by a Mr Morrison who is time many people hoped that ho would rewriting up a history of our section and the main until they could have their pictures biogriphy of all wlio take the book made for they realised that it might be a long time until they would again ee as good V Young Wife said to IlCr See what Husband heuling an advertisement to a workman asM Perry Besides this they bo found olio here in thec columns Bead know that the work he turns out is as cheap tho nrticlu through and you will discover as any to he had in the city quality consid that health may be gained and retained by ered The people who failed to call upon tho use of Calverts Little Liver Pills They Mr Perry and have him take their pictures aro sold in Hard Grocu by J T h F Day arc the losers while Salymwille is to be congratulated upon securing the best photo The funeral ol J G Taulbee Alfred Taul grapher that ever traveled in Eastern Kenloe Duloiiift Taulbee and lClUbeny Taulbco tucky and the people should avail them will be preached at tho Upper Frozen school selves of tho ohnncu to f ccitru the shadow house on the 8th and 0th of October by ero the substance fade Mr Perry was llevn W 15 Cooper J J Diokoy and W accompanied by his wife ami so long as 11 Davln Frieudu of tho family aro invited they receive a liberal patronage they will to attoud and all who do so will be honplta iday at Halycrrille Wo endoroo llfein and My uiiteitiiliictl their work and bepisik for lhimthc pat ronage of tha people J Ilerndou this place who gave geneial satisfaction of Corner Pearl and Vine Doc Smith had a linger mashed in tho contest but he filled fust base for athat CINCINNATI O Sherman Power Long John Itiley runs Will always be found ready to attend to fho like a side wheel steamer going up stream want of the patrons of the house Thnnk -Gcoigc Grigsby had a little to say about ful for past patronnge you aro invited to call and see us when in the city and llnole interfering with decisions of the umpire Jim Fant promises to put on his best pod and in each month Atkeson broke his specs Harry looks when waiting upon you aO 0m couldnt see all the balls Court of Claims 2d Monday in October Boy Smith gave an exhibition of curve in each year 6 l Dean Kiie Pollard pi telling Quarterly Court G B Swango Tuesdays bioke all the bats and the after the 1st Mondays in March June Sep Dean Gaidner Importer and Wholesalo Dealers in home team had to turn new ones tember and December AND DKUKUS IN John Gnrdnersaid he know where he could justices comas find consolation and lie intended to have 1st District J F Wilson Wednesdays SADDLERY HARDWA RE some after the 2d Mondajs in March June Sep 728 und 730 Y Main St Jim Adams didnt say much but ran like tember and December I L Ilonnkcr Fri a hWrcd deer LOUISVJMiTC ICY days after 3d Mondays in same months John Johnson met two or three old school 2d District A F Johnson Thursdays Represented by BOB NUNNELLY chums and didnt seem to care whether he after 2d Mondays in same months Jas II ii2l y got there or not Vest Saturday after 3d Monday in same Grigby was struck on the hand with a months ball and had a painful wound 3d District S P Howe Fridays after 2d Northwest comor enrl ancU The visitors were as good humored a set Mondays in same months L M Brown 1th Walnut Streets of boys as we ever met and we hope theyll Mondays in same months have better luck next time tli District Peter It Lcgg Saturdays MAYTOWN KENTUCKY Our boys played the game for all that after 2d Mondays in same mouths Isaiah aOCm was in it in Spencer Tuesdays after 1st Mondays in name Charley Swango made nine runs and was months not put out 5th District James A Sewcll 3d Mondays John Davis and Willie Swango were the in same mouths David Banks Fridays Done promptly and in woikmanliko man battery of the home nine and did their after 1st Mondays m same months ner work well 0th District S S Hose Tuesdays aftc Boy Smith and Dean Gardner had positions 3d Mondays in same months J D Chambefore and after the bat but were relieved bers Saturdays after 1st Mondays in same o d 10 2 8 13 Salyerviiles 8 20 7 13 Ilael Greens The game was umpired by II C Inniiiyi - While tho citizens of Wolfe county have HAZEL CREEN KY paid out 1000 for wrought iron ranges in O the last few weeks they have the satisfaction FITTED VV A FIBS CLASS of knowing that the payments were made HAV1NG and provided myself with to a gentleman with whom it is a pleasure good saddle and harness horses and vehicles We refer to Mr Lauius of whom I respectfully solicit the public patronage to deal I will feed horses by the single feed day all speak in highest terms week or month and take pleasure in giving all stock entrusted to me especial attention Horses bought ami sold on commisWo this week start a department under sion and will drive horses to harness for all the heading of Land Stock and Crop who desire my services All charges rea which will give our readers some valuable sonable and satisfaction guaranteed hints as to prices Ac and that wo may Stable in connection with Dw House 2Stf J II VlEKATT make it the vory best possible we ask our friends throughout the mountains to send to be made Cut this out us suitable items for it and return to us and we wilt send vou free something of The funeral of Nathan Gibbs deceased great value and importance to you that will which was announced to be preached here start ou in business which wlll bring you in moVe money right away than anything next Sunday by Bev J T Pieratt has been else in the woild Anyone can do the work postponed on account of the iclatives not and livent home Either sc ullages Something new tlint just coins money for all being nble to be present at that time workers We will stait you capital not Henry Pieratt made a Hying trip to West needed This is one of the genuine impor tant chances of a lifetime Those who are Liborh Wednesday ambitious and enterprising will not delay Address TnuK it Co Grand outfit free Augusta Maine CAMlTON J L Dunlnp J B DunlaplW G Barrett Cam ptok Sept 20 The following is a list of thu County Quarterly Court of Claims and Justices Courts time of holding them B and by whom held County coiut G B Swango 1st Monday Wholesale Manufacturers ot Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SBT a- - - --Atf THIED RACE aOly Si D- - OTIONS UNION STREETS Cincinnati PANT WITH TJIK JAMES P Old Reliable I KALI Hat Holism w s Dickinson 118 co IK Gloves Umbrellas EiUj DUNLAP R0S1C0 SADDLER Y HARNESS ETC Â¬ Â¬ Queensware Glassware Lamps c 1 Mm 18 WOOL CARDING Decorated Dinner Tear and Chamber Ware CINCINNATI A i A Grinding and Sawing Â¬ montliH Flour Meal Eeed and Lumber MLIlli WHOLESALE CINCINNATI 1 at 1 Â¬ Â¬ 7th District Elias Shockey Wednesdays jSfi For sale cheap for cash Como and W W M ANKER after 3d Mondays in same months It G seo us Manager je22lm Bosc 2d Mondays in same month Tuesdays 8th District James Burton after 3d Mondays in same months W B Vancleve Tuesdays after 2d Mondays in same months Mauufacturcrsaud Wholesale Dealers in llarel Green Police Court H C Herndon Thursdays before the 2d Mondays in Febru3 ary May August and November Cumpton Police Court Stephen Tolson AND 3d Monday in each mouth Married On the 22d inst the venerable Ira Creech to Mrs Polly Ann Tyre Married On the 22d inst Socrates Kin No Gil Main Street j 10 Summer St eaid to Miss Nannie J Horton at the resi Louisville Ky 3ostonMass dence of tho brides father J B Horton Mnrried Ou tlic21ti inst WmCIirismnn 33 flSrilcprescntcd by to Miss Eliza Hays at tho residence of the father Thomas Hays brides Dlackburn Mr Laiinis collector for the Wrought aOly Iron Range says that Wolfe county is the TUG OLE best county to pay her debts of any county WITH that he has been collecting in this season Old Saknum Co mmm J No 29 Vine Streetf AQif Â¬ ots 5 oes Abe Blocli Childrens Co f 9 Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers In Mens Youths Boys anef Â¬ CLOTHING 122 n201y F G Ringgold JOIlllKHH OK 05 JR Vino Street -- cninioni GlMMOUK Sept 20 Mrs Lou runic Lin don who was hurt some lime since by a fall from a horse her thigh being broken is slowly improving Born To the wifu of David J Voat u on David Is mailing Curtis Gladstone Bev II II Little has made considerable improvement on his dwelling There Is un order for two new roads point ing to tliii place one from Stillwater and oiio from Frown Crack Our Annual Meaning panned ofl quiet md poacuful considering wo had Mich iv large crowd There wa nfcuoul of guard wIiIm did wo Imvu any Everybody remained jobor iiotwItiuUmllng there wiu plenty of brandy wllhlu one jultt or thu place BUMl Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Boots and Shoes and 07 miigiijciuf v -- - WEST PEABL STJtEET Â¬ CINCINNATI OHIO RANK Â¬ TRADERS DEPOSIT MT STERLING Kf All nuriwns wanting hlncksnitthing aAny or all kinds wagons made or repaired bug- glim spring wagonsf plown etoikcil ontllnY1 col tern turning plofM repaired plows nindu and laid liocr mattocks nstd hum ohod In tho bent stylo call ou TYLEU A DAVIS Green Ky NOTICE HaI -- Â¬ JMorriaou Poxniul MrLyonof Mtfltor i who went vUiting Jioro In the early of Jiwt wnmk lfi lioro lat Halurdny fart Jjorrjion waul on to Mt Su rlliis nltor vhlt owo of i reUUYci holow lion uiul Mr Lyonii ilmught he would upend tn da Jfwo wetkn t In tUU nuil MvnvfiB couif ranpemenU wltli a young mnii of that town to give im tho Mngoilin new Look nut AtUrthls wcok we will haro a latter Aom ralymlllo rglnrly Wo hav muiloitr J M BiaSTAIT President W W THOMSON WUKCTOJtf Ctwhler Mean COMtiiyAii money live at homo and make mar at Work foruii tlm i elxo in thfl world - 53 not netrleN you are atarlod free folk hx eJ all agn Any nm win d Ifc Wrk Iaru enrnitKs aurti front Nft mrt Cmtif am MHd terwn fret RvHwr k kri hh out If ykiutyftto ywi hiuhcvi ii uMKrT j IIIIIIWW1IIIIIIHIIW i CiUf I f HotklHX U Html M hi Bing J how on your Unit your time i up and paper iinlr renewed lit onco mo paper win Jtei tt thu It denote X Cro JH It K PKAKf J in UVJIltmUXU 44k rtmMimti niii i ff ii iMtJr llt t itmtB w f 90uitlf fi imni Jj smmmmm n jV5tvJJ V 4 fp9rr WJfySJ rv srar Tarv - - J r J - WOMAN ManRognantin His Ronlm Woman Dominant in Hors PA fTemtn Exalted Upon ti Throne Higher Than ftll tho Thrones or Karth Dr TalniBgea Sermon Tnts Hamptons L Womnns Op portuuity was tho subjoct by Rov T Do Witt Talmagc D D to day and hi text So God created man in His own Imago w - S S K jr iV- - i A V S3 W ft1 M in tho imago of Ood created Ho him malo Genosls i and female created Ho them 27 Following is tho sormon in full In other words God who can mako no mistako mado man and woman for a spe cific work and to movo in particular sphorcs nian to bo rognnnt in his realm Tho woman to bo dominant in hers boundary lino botween Italy nnd Switzer- Â¬ land between England and Scotland is not nioro thoroughly marked than this distinction botweon tho cmplro masculine and tho empire feminine So entirely dis-Â¬ similar aro tho Melds to which God called them that you can no moro comparo thorn than you can oxygen and hydrogen wator and grass trees nnd stars All this talk about tho superiority of ono sex to tho other sex Is an everlasting wasto of ink nnd speech A jowolor may havo n flcalo so dolicato that ho can weigh tho dust of diamonds but whore aro tho seal os so dolicato that you can weigh in thorn affection against affection sontiment ngainKt Rcntimout thought against thought soul against soul n mans world against a womans world i You como out with your stereotyped remark tho man Is superior to woman in intellect and thon I opon on my desk the swarthy irnn typed thunder bolted writings of Harriot Mar tlncnu and Elizabeth Browning and leorgo Eliot You como on with your stereotyped romark about womans superiority toman In tho item of affection but I ask you whoro was thco more capacity to lovo than in John tho disciple and Itobort Mc Choyne tho Scotchman and John Summor flold tho Methodist nnd Henry Martin tho missionary Tho hoart of thoso was so largo that after you had rolled into it two hemispheres thoro wns room still loft to marshal tho hosts of Heaven and set up tho throno of tho otomal Jehovah I deny toman tho throno intellectual I deny to woman tho throno onVctionnl No human phraseology will over define tho spheres whllo thero is an intuition by which wo known whon a man is in his realm and when a woman Is in her realm and whon cither of them is out of It No bungling Legislature ought to nttoinpt to mako a definition or to say Tills is tho lino and My theory is that if a that Is tho lino woinan wants to voto sho ought to vote and that If a man wants to embroider and fkcop houso ho ought to bo allowed to cmorouior ami koou nouso There aro maRcullno women and thero aro offomlnato My theory men is that you havo no right to intorfero with auy ano doing any thing that is righteous Albany and Washington might as well dcoreo by legislation how high a urown thrushcr should fly or how deep a tront should plunge ns to try to seelc out tho height or tho depth of womans duty Tho question of capacity will scttlo ilnaliy tho wholo question tho wholo subject Vhon h woinan is prepared to preach sho will proach and neither conference nor prosbytbry can hinder her Whon a woinan is proparod to movo in highest commercial spheres sho will havo great iniluonco on tho Exchange and no Boards of Trndo can hinder her 1 want woman to understand that heart and brain can overfly any barrier that politicians may sot up and that nothing can keep hor bark or keep hor down but tho question of incapacity There aro women I know of most undo Hlrnblo nature who waudor up and down the country having no homes of their own or forsaking thoir own homes talk lag about their rights and wo know very well that they thoinsolvos are fit neither to voto nor lit to koop house Their mis sion 8oems to ho to humiliate the two sexes tit tho thought of what any ono or us might become No ouo would want to llvo under tho laws that such woman would enact or to havo cast upon socioty tho children that such women would raise But I shall Uov you this morning that tho best rights hht womon can own sho alroady has in her possession that hor position in this country at this timo is not ono of com mlsoration but ono of congratulation that tho grandour and power of hor realm havo toivor yot bcon appreciated that she sits to day on a throno so high that all tho thrones of earth piled on top or caoh other would not mnko for hor a foot stool Horo 1i tho platform on which sho stands Away down bolow It nro tho ballot box and tho Congressional assomblago and tho legislative hall Woman always lias voted and always will vote Our jgreat grandfathors thought thoy woro by thoir votes putting Washington in tho Presidential chair No his mothor by tho principles sho taught him and by tho hablta b1o inculcated mado him Presi Â¬ dent It rrus a Uhrlstlun mothors hand dropping tho ballot whon Lord Bncon wrote ana Newton philosophized nnd Alfred tho Great govomed and Jonathan Edwards thundurod of Judgomont to como How many men thoro havo boon in high political station who would hav boon lnsuftlelont to stand tho test to which their moral principle was put had It not boon for ft wlfos volco thut encouraged them to do right ana a wires prayer that sounded louder than tho clamor of partisanship Why my 1rlondn tho right or suffrage ns wo moil exorcise It seems to bo a rooblo thing You u Christian man coma up to tho ballot box and you drop jyour voto Hlght after you como u llburtlmi or u sot the offseourliitf of tho street and lio vlrnp Jih veto anil his vote eotintornottt your Hut If In tli quiit of home lire a MHUKhtof by Iter Ulimtinn ilumounor a wife by Iter Industry u mother by her fUWio ihhU a vole In tho right iM rtt tlnp tWH wotliliig mm rvuut it mid the will tbrtfb tbroiijU lHmno1 ihAt -- Â¬ Â¬ vn My chief anxloty thon Is not that wo Â¬ man has other rights accordod hor but that sho by tho grace of God rlso up to tho appreciation of tho glorious rights sho already possesses This morning 1 shall only havo timo to speak of ono grand and all absorbing right that ovory woman has and that is to make homo happy That realm no ono has ever disputed with hor Men may come homo at noon or at night and thoy tarry a comparatively little while but sho all day long governs it beautifies it sanctifies it It is within her powor to make it tho most attractive place on earth It is the only calm harbor in this world You know ns well as I do that this outside world and tho business world is a long sccno of jostle nnd contention Tho man who has a dollar struggles to keep it the man who has it not struggles to get it Prices up Frices down Losses Gains Misrepresentations Under- Â¬ Gougings selling Buyers depreciating salosnion exaggerating Tenants seeking less rent landlords domandlng more Gold tldgoty Struggles about ofllcc Men who nro in trying to keep in men out trying to got Panin Slips Tumbles Defalcations O woman thank God ics Catastrophes you havo a home and that you may bo queen in it Better bo thero than wear Victorjas coronet Bettor bo thero than carry the purse of a princess Your abode may be humble but you can by your faith in God nnd your cheerfulness of demeanor gild it with splendors such as an upholsterers hand never yet kindled Thoro aro abodes in tho city humble two stories four unpaporcd rooms undesir able neighborhood and yet there is a man hero this morning who would dio on that threshold rathor than surrendor it Whyl he It i3 his homo Whcnover of it thinks ho thinks he sees angels of God hovering around it Tho ladders of Heaven arc let down to that house Ovor tho childs rough crib thero aro tho chantings of angels as thoso that broke over Bethlehem It is home These children may como up after awhilo and they may win high position and they may have an affluent rosldcncc but they will not until their dying day forget that hum bio roof under which their father rested and their mother sang and their sisters played O if you would gather up all tender momorics all tho lights and shades of t o heart all banquctings and reunions all filial fratornal paternal and conjugal affections and you had only just four let- Â¬ ters with which to spoil out that hoight and depth and length and breadth and magnitude and eternity of meaning you would with streaming eyes and trem- Â¬ bling voico and agitated hand write out in thoso four living capitals What right does woman want that is grander than to bo queen in such a realm Why tho eagles of heaven can not fly ncross that dominion Horses panting and with lathered flanks aro not swift enough to run to tho outpost of that realm They say that tho sun never sets upon tho English Empire but I havo to tell you that on this realm of womans iniluonco eternity never marks any bound Isa bolla fled from tho Spanish throne pur sued by tho nations anathema but sho who is queen in a homo will nover loso her throno and death itsolf will only bo tho annexation of Heavenly principalities Whon you want to get your grandes idea of a Queen you do not think or Cath arino of Russia or of Anno of England or Mario Theresa of Germany but when you want to get your grandest idea of a Qucou you think of tho plain woman who sat opposite 3our father at tho table or walked with him lifos pathway sometimes to tho thanksgivirg banqiot Bomotimes to tho grave but always toÂ¬ gether soothing your potty grief correcting 3our childish waywardness joining in your iufantilo sports listening to 3our evoning pruyors toiling for you with nccdlo or at tho spinning wheol and on cold nights wrapping you up snug and warm And thon at last on that day when sho lay in tho back room dying and 3ou saw her take thoso thin hands with which sho toiled for you so long and put them togother in a dying prajorthat commended you to tho God whom sho had taught you to trust O she was the Queen Tho chariot of God came down to fetch her and ns sho wont in all Hcaveu roso up You enn not think of hor now without a rush or tondornoss that stirs tho deep foundations or 3our soul and you feel as much a child again as whon you cried on hor lap and If you could bring hor back ugMn to spoak just once moro your namo as tondorly as sho used to speak It 3ou would bo willing to throw yoursolf on tho ground and kiss tho sod that covers her citing mothor I mother Ah sho was tho queen sho was tho queen Now cnu you toll mo how many thousand miles a woman liko that would havo to travel down boforo sho got to the ballot box Compnrod with this work of troiniug kings and qitoens Tor God and otornity how iusigniflcnnt seems all this work of voting for nldcrmcu and common councllmon and sheriffs and coustnblos and mayors and Presidents To mako ono such grand woman ns I have described how many thousands would you want or thoso pooplo who go In tho round or godliness and fashion and dissipation distorting thoir bodios until in their mon strosities thoy nrom to outdo the dromo dary and hippopotamus going as far to ward disgracoful apparul as tho3 daro go so as not to bo nrrostcd l3 tho police their bohavior a sorrow to tho good and a caricature to the vicious and un insult to that God who mado thorn women and not gorgons and tramping on down through a frivolous and dlHsipntcd life to temporal and eternal damnation I 01 woman with the lightning of your soul strike dead at your feet all thoMial luiomoiith to dissipation and to fusihiou Your Immortal soul can not be fed upon Huch garbage God cull you up to umpire nnd dominion Will you have HI O I give to Uod your hoart glvu to God your onucglos give to God all your culture KlV to God nil your rotlmnuont give youridf to Win for thl weildiuidthn wt Hoop all theo bright ojim will be voice HUMichod and thono will bo Win hut Utuhud Vwu you wui Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ look upon this fair earth Fnthors hand mothers hand sisters hand childs hand will bo no moro in yours It will bo night and thoro will como up u cold wind from tho Jordan and you must start W ill It be a lono woman on a trackless moor Ah no Jesus will como up in that hour nnd offor his haud and Ho will say You stood by Mo whou 3ou wero woll uow I will not desert you whon you aro sick Ono wavo of His hand and tho storm will drop and another wave of His hand nnd midnight shall break into midnoon nnd another wavo of His hand and tho Chamberlains of God will como down from tho trcasuro houso of Heaven with robes lustrousblood washcd and Hoaven gllntcd In which you will ar-Â¬ ray 3 oursolf for tho marriage supper of tho Lamb And then with Miriam who struck tho timbrel of tho Red Soa and with Deborah who led tho Lords host into tho flght and with Hannah who gayo her Samuel to the Lord and with Mar3 who rocked Jesus to sleon while thoro were angels singing in tho air und with Floronco Nightingnlo who bound up tho battle wounds of Crimea 3ou will from the chalice of God drink to the souls eternal rescue Ono twilight aftor I had been playing with tho children for some time I laid down on tho loungo to rest Tho children said Piay more Children always want to piny more And hair asleep and hair awake I seemed to dream this dream It seemed to mo that I was in a fai distant lnnd not Persia although moro than Ori ental luxuriance crowned tho cities nor the tropics although moro than tropical fruitfulness filled tho gardons nor Ital3 although more than Italian softness filled the air And I wandered around looking for thorns nnd nettles but I found nono of them grew thore And I walked forth and I saw tho sun rise and I said When will It set again aud tho sun sank not And I saw all tho pcoplo in holldny apparel and I said When will thoy put on work ingmans garb again and delvo in tho mine and swelter at tho forgo but neither garments nor the robos did they put off And I wandered in tho suburbs and I said Where da tho3 buiy the dead of this groat city and I lookod along by the hills where it would bo tho most beautiful for tho dead to sleep and I saw castles and towns and settlements but not a mausoleum nor monument nor white slab could I see Aud I wont into the great chapel of tho town and I said Whoro do tho poor worship Whero are tho on benches they which sit And a voico Wo havo answers no poor in this groit city And I wan dered out seeking to llnd the placo whoro were tho hovels of tho destitute and I found mansions of amber and ivory and gold but no toar did I see or sigh hoar I was bewildered and I sat under tho shadow of a great tree and I said What am I and whence came all this And at that moment there camo from among tho leaves skipping up tho flowery paths and across tho sparkling waters a ver3 bright and sparkling group and whon I saw their stop I know it and whon I heard thoir voices I thought I know them but thoir apparol was so different from any thing I had over scon I bowed a stranger -- TEMPERANCE EEADINGr FOR HITYS SAKE Tho Kuln Caused by tho Htranfr Who Will Not liy Advice and KxaiupH- Help tho Wcak Aye for pitas sake will not ono of you stand by a poor fellow and save WOMEN AND DRINK Startling Figures from a Prison Sapor Intmulent him from going to tho dogs I can not drink moderately You all know that I can not stop whon I onco begin It must bo all or none vith mc If but ono of you will drink wator with mc I shall have a chance Tho young Lieutenant stood and spoke those words to his brother olliccrs at tho mess table but no one stirred no ono responded a dead si Â¬ lence followed his piteous appeal some Uoubllcss sneered some probably pitied but thoir pity was weaker than their lovo of wine They all drank liko men and lie drank too and in throe months lie was in a drunkards grave For pitys sake doctor do not or- Â¬ der stimulants to this fair girl You havo alroady by former prescriptions taught her to liko them Sho has struggled desperately with her enomj and lias overcome him But the fatal appetite which you havo created with Â¬ in her can never bo eradicated so Ionas she lives it will dog her footsteps like tho shadow of death her solo - Bnfcty i pitys sake Â¬ to strangers Â¬ arm-in-arindo- Â¬ Â¬ But after awhilo when tho3 clapped thoir hands and shouted Welcome wel comol tho msstory wns solved and I saw that timo had passed and that oternit3 had come and that God had gathered us up into a higher homo nnd I said Aro wo all here and tho voices of innumor ablo gonorations answorod Allhore and whilo tears of gladness were raining down our cheeks aud tho branches of tho Lebanon cedars woro clapping thoir hands and tho towers of tho great cit3 wero chiming their wclcomo wo began to laugh and sing and loap and shout 1 Homo homo homo 1 1 Thon I felt a childs hand on ni3 face Tho children wanted to play moro Children always want to play more anditwokomo PRIDE OF ANCESTRY Some Sonslhln Cotittnonts on n Harmless Iluiiiun Wtiikiitiss Wo all belong to ver3 old families Our ancestry goes back to a remote past Wo all I Â¬ 1 1 I Â¬ I Â¬ had forefathers The beggar and the Princo are aliko in thin that neither tho ono nor tho other can havo como Into being without progenitors Tho question is of what sort woro they from whom wo aro sprung and whether they wero men to bo prond of or men to shatnu their posterit3 Tho less tho bono and wicked with bad blood in their veins P33 about thoir nncestors nnd tho less troublo thoy take in discovering their descent tho bettor for themselves and those who camo before them Wiry should wo put on record tho villainy of our forefathers But the prldo of rnco is a legitimate and houornblo prldo if wo can boast of tho prowess or tho wisdom tho nobleness or tho heroism tho patriotism or tho Boir sacrlfico of thoso with whom tho tio of kinship unites us from generation to generation TI103 are to bo envied whose sires wero envied because thoy wero and deserved to be held lu honor But a mere family treo which aote forth how ono John Smith was tho aon of John Smith and he of n William and he of a Thomas till tho eye and tho eye only Is carried up to a Gllbort do Suiltt who camo in with tho Conqueror Is about as BIII3 and worthless a fabrication an a man neod doslro to have hanging up in his halL Ac Â¬ cordingly It Is never enough to Invent tho nanicfl of his forefathers unless ho can in vent 801110 thing which may redound to their credit JCULtburyh Jicvle Â¬ bt tr often emirs that dUhos nro prepared with no other object in viow The rubtilt Is Unit thoy becoiuu cold and sodden boforo there la mi opportunity to try thoin Thorn nro two klmb of dinners thatwhtuh uonsUtaof few dishes and that which tunhracoii a vaÂ¬ riety Tho dinner competed of fnv dishtm much the better nnd nufor Urngo exnmprodigality whm straugem gathiT attlm lamtly hoard but It would bo hotter pot to ha Intlnttimid by any other coiuhUrutton than common noiuu lu proportion to tho imalliifttui of tun dinner might to bo it tut eelhmuu both w to thu quality of thu niu trials mi thu cocking tA4 I - dttitiig tabht for tho aCu of nppearancti For Appnnranoo SnUn Nothing should bo plaucd upon a family It this dear girl Oil ah yes tho doctor thinks it very sad he is not in the habit of pre Â¬ scribing alcoholic stimulants but in this particular case thero is no other medicine which will touch tho disease and he orders a teaspoon fill of rum in milk in tho morning and a glass of weak claret at dinner Years pass away and that gentle girl is a wife and a mother Sho may any day lie soon in tho street her cheek Hushed her step unsteady guided home by ono of her children with downcast eyes and slianiestricken heart Her life is blighted her sons herdaughters broken spirited her hus Â¬ band robbed of all that makes life worth the living w And this because the doctor had no Of tho beverages first used while in pity For pitys sake young huh be- but 37 cases it began with whisky in come an abstainer You know not 187 it had become tho favorite bever- Â¬ what poor tempted being at your elbow age Several hopeless drunkards far will yield to the enemy and drink if gone toward insanity had never drank you drink For pitys sake deny 30111 any other intoxicant than beer Ono hundred and thirty two wero self this small indulgence It could bo committed to prison for drunkenness no real sacrifice to you Sacrifice oh certainly not Sho is rG for offenses against chasity and pubÂ¬ young She is not much iu the habit lic order and 1G for crimes against Their ages when last com- Â¬ of taking wine oh yes sho could do property Sixty five as well without L it is nothing to mitted averaged 30 years her one way or another but it would were between 30 and 41 years of age bo singular and sho sees no reason 49 between 25 and 31 years of asc 34 why she should not take a glass whon between 20 and 26 years of ago 30 be Â¬ she requires it very rarely of course tween 15 and 21 years of ago Tho And sho has no iniluonco No ono remainder were over 41 years of ago Many of tho older ones could not would lie affected by her doing so ab Biird a thing as to turn teetotaler and tell how many sentences they have re- Â¬ nothing in the world will ever induce ceived showing the absolute useless her to do so No thoso who can not ness of punishing those poor croatures restrain themselves do quite right while the temptations aro left in their never to touch wine but that is no way To show the effect upon tho children Tide for her of inebriate parentage I collected the So she drinks her wine at table and j nt the railway station she begs the following Of 111 inebriate mothers gentlemen who has escorted her thero 33 of whom had inebriate husbands j to bring her a glass of sherry before 108 children were born Of these 227 she starts Sho has no idea of course perished in infancy and early child- Â¬ i that hois a reclaimed drunkard Thoso hood and of the survivors many aro who have boon saved from this degrad Â¬ doomed evidently to an early death ing vice do not carry a badge about In many cases the death of these chil- Â¬ them by which they may bo recog- Â¬ dren was indirectly duo to tho in Â¬ nized Ho brings it to her aud sho ebriety of the parents as cold depriva- Â¬ thanks him and waves a graceful tion etc Ages Twenty seven of tho adieu to him as the train glides out of 201 women began to drink intoxicants tho station And it bears her safely before they were 10 years of age 11 between the ages of 9 and 15 74 be Â¬ to her home But what of him The deadly appe Â¬ tween 14 and 21 87 botweon 20 and tite has boon roused within him in all 2G 33 between 25 and 81 19 between its resistless fury his best resolutions 30 and 41 3 between 40 and 41 Average age 18V years Moro than aro swept away before it like chart bc f jro tho wind lie drinks and ho does one half had formed habits of intem Â¬ perance boforo they woro 21 years of not return from the station For pitys sake dear madam sign age and more than one third at the the pledge It will bo no troublo to giddy age of from 15 to 20 inclusive One hundred and thirty two began you for you aro alroady an abstainer to drink socially and with female and it may be safety and happiness to L M Hall your friond who is now unconsciously friunds Superintendent Womans Reformatory overstepping the dangerously nar- Â¬ Prison Sherborn Mass row lino which separates modera Â¬ tion from excess Once boyond it Tho Michigan Temperance School sho will bo out of your roach Sign Law the pledgo now while you may pos Â¬ sibly savo her Tho newly amended Scientific Tom ano on no She will not listen for peranco Instruction law in Michigan a momont It is true as we say that takes effect September 9 It provides it would not be the slightest sacrilico that instruction shall bo given in phys Â¬ to her sho nover takes wine unless iology and hygieno with special refer Â¬ ordered to do so But sho will not ence to narcotics and thoir effects upon bind horsolf Sho really sees no neces Â¬ tho human systom Tho instruction sity of binding herself On principle shall bo given by text books whoro tho she would not take a pledgo of any pupil is able to read and as thoroughly sort It is very well for such as feel as any other studies pursuod In tho that they can not control themselves school Tho proportion of spaco that but sho is thankful to say that this is books mtiKt givo to the subjeot is stated not hor ease The books must first ho approved by And so her friend shrinks from what the State Hoard of Education and tho is thus declared to bo a badge of weak Â¬ school board aro subject to lino or for Â¬ ness and shame crosses the iiuUiblo feiture for failing to comply with tho line of moderation ami falls as only provisions of tho act TliH act applies women can fall because a rhnMhu to all schools in tho Statu including lady had no pity Helena Jlnumlsoti schools In cities and villages whether under apoolal ohurtor or Thk National lliiriMit of Stntistles Incorporatedlaw tho funeral ihowri hut on tho 700UlK0O which unuually pa Jit lutu dm tilli of the MltS MVItVCWJJHVT litjAVimvrltuji retailor of Intovlwtlu- - liquor in IhU Hint all tho Amoiliwn mMniiD In Mjir Fouiitry thero li u jwiHt of 188 nor imth ImvM InuorpuniUd toiUbrilliuucj 1 Â¬ is iu total alSiemc For do not prescribe alcohol to Tho following statistics havo been furnished by Mrs Hall to Qodcrfa Ladys JJoch Out of an examination of 204 ine- Â¬ briate women I havo found that 128 began their drinking by the uso of beer 87 by drinking whisky as punch at first usually 20 began with wine 8 with gin and 11 could not remember what beverage was first used These young girls mill and shop girls largely began ly going to somo so- called refreshment saloon with their friends and the debutante usually be Â¬ gan by sipping a little tonic made of hops sugar and water charged with carbonic acid gas and colored with burnt sugar beer soon followed and soon rioting other kinds of intoxicants recklessness and crime and what was an innocent foolish girl yesterday is to day a branded criminal and all for a glass of beer Alas how many ruined lives I havo seen Beer was also tho beverage which older inebriate women used to entice the younger ones to drink A call upon one of these old sots was the sig- Â¬ nal for tho pitcher of boor to bo sent for and a little coaxing and urging would result in the first fatal glass be- Â¬ ing indulged in The stops wero then easy Huoi is tho trap which the drunkard maker sets for the feet of tho unwary And ho usually makes sure of his prej- - because of it A glass of raw whisky would have presented but slight attraction to thoso overworked half fed girl3 had it been offered them at first Aftor that sleeping devil tho appotito for intoxicants had been aroused by beer it became altogether a different matter and at last in many cases chloroform or peppermint oil was added to the drink of these mad dened creatures so furious had the ap Â¬ petite become for something stronger It may be of interest to note that out of the 204 inebriate women 12G had boon guilty of other crimes and yet in but 1G instances did tho first commit- Â¬ ment of a crime antedate tho habit of jst I j - 1 jrwoy lu their wvrb A i I m 4CLmj MSm Jl iV XA f S 4 - S k HOWE A FARM AND GARDEN M I rn good garden may not npposir to Tring in much money on the farm but It saves a great deal A school for wives is about to ho established in England the pupils of which will bo instructed to practical housewifery After your fruit shall bo off manure tho currant bushes trim off the super- Â¬ fluous branches and give the ground around them a thorough cleaning It is a good plan to keep your dif-Â¬ ferent kinds of pieces tape thread ote in separate bags then there is no time lost in looking for them Mothers Magazine Grits Bread Beat two eggs with one pint of sweet milk and a teaspoon of butter Add one teacup of grits and corn meal to make a batter Bake quickly Exchange It is to every farmers interest to improve his horses if ho wishes to make farming successful for poor crops and hard times do not have much effect on tho price of a good horse ho is salable at any time The various fruits and vegetables that grow in tho different soils and cli- Â¬ mates of the earth are adapted to the condition of the soils and climates of their particular localities and will not flourish in a widely different country Treat your wife always with re- Â¬ spect it will procure respect for you not only from her but from all that observe it Never use a slighting ex- Â¬ pression to her not even in jest it Be maj end in angry earnest studious in your profession and you will be rich Bo industrious and frugal and 3ou will be healthy Homo Sweet Home Scarcely in our English language Can bo found n word more sweet Than tho ono our childrens lisping Learn eo early to repeat From tho humblo toiling peasant To tho Queen upon her throne Not a heart but beats responsive To tho maijfo spell of home A man with an imperfect digestion may bo a millionaire may bo tho husband of an angel and tho father of half a dozen cher- Â¬ ubs and yot bo miserable- if ho bo troubled with dyspepsia or any of tho disorders arisÂ¬ ing from imtKsrfcct digestion or a sluggish liver Dr Pierces Pleasant Purgativo Pel- Â¬ lets aro tho safest and surest remedy for theso 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Contains Kliea n fsuppcra By Miu Kuux C Hewitt Sxxa ltoouAH cuonciu lABKgn ropers on ItccspUons and ToJUm vrUk Mothers siciauo ADDRK3B Dy eminent phy CURTIS PUBLISHING CO FiipiiiiS il ll Philadelphia Pa liislnnltiljl fu 19 RABWAYS and over 1400000 during tho past live years Wm M DAin ilTIfijJiar Druggist Chicago Wheat fed whole to laying fowls and wheat screenings of cracked wheat fed to young chicks have always pro- Â¬ duced the most desirable results though it must be remembered that they must not be fed in the same quan- Â¬ tities as corn--opreparations of corn Tho tendency of wheat is to produce a healthy growth feed the muscular tis- Â¬ sues and aid materially in causing the hens to hi often and rich eggs In- Â¬ dianapolis Journal Watermelon Preserves Cut and prepare tho rind boil very hard thirty or forty minutes in alum water quite strong take out and put in clear cold water and allow thorn to stand over night in tho morning change the water and put them to boil let cook until they have changed color and are quite soft Then make a syrup allowing one and one half pounds of white sugar to a pound of fruit then add fruit which needs but little more cooking Mace ginger or lemon flavors nicely Boston Budge r cines do dont disagree half It is tmo Burlington Free Brest that doctors disagree but they lUsJUil IWrWW SHHOS bo much us their medi Â¬ CUKEM THK READY RELIEF Tnn great substitute for Sulphur Baths Glenns Sulphur Soap is inexpensive Hills Hair Dye Black or Brown 50c down inluutc nny one SLVFCK WITH 1A1N WOliSr 1AIV8 In from oue to twenty riut one hour after rendlnf thUnccd K2fcWaXlX9iyiizktiY13KBKM UUKLS WHttlt ALL tlbt TAILS HN mm Beet Cough Syruo Tastes pood Uso Pirl in tlmn Rnld bvrlriliTfrflltR L- rf fJ - 43 Notwithstanding all the strikes and lock- Â¬ outs tho wages of tiin havo not been cut Bowel Complaints It will In a few moments when taken according to directions curo Cramps Hpiisnm Sour htnmuch Heartburn Sick lleailnche Kiimmcr Complaint Diarrhcu Dysontery Colic Wind In the Uonelvand ull other Jniurnul iuins HALAHIA IS ITS YAKIOUS F0KSS CUUUD AND lUKVKNTED BiioNcniTis is cured by frequent small doses of Pibos Cure for Consumption Loiecll Citizen D El j If a child awakens a lioarso cough nnd a diillculty of hroalhing givo tun or fifteen drops of Pisos Curo for Consump- tion In almost ovcry caso relief innnodiiite- Willi The best thing for a snob is a snub 50 Sages Catarrh Itemcdy Ilatchtt TnoysANns of cures follow tho uso of Dr cents To eat peas with a knife mny not bo good Washington form but its fun for tho peas Thompsons EyoWaterDruggists sell it 25c If afflicted with Soro Eyes uso Dr Isaao and other fevers aided hv so quickly n3 JUDWAVH 1CKV1IV U it it not only cures tho patient selred with Miliaria but If peoplo exposed to tliu Alulariul pol son will every morning tuke XO or Jl drops of llendy lleller In w nter and eatsny acructer buforo golnc oit they will pruvent iittackw oro It Instantly relieves nnd soon euros Cotd Throat llroiiehltis Pleurisy Stiff Neck nil Conues tions uud liiiliuniuatlous whether of thu lunus Kidneys or liowuls ISIIlniiH Thoro Is not a remedial agent In tho world that will curo Fever and AkuokihI nil otliur MnlurlouH kiiiif 1irlS IltlVAYH M j3 Q M 1 H hj9 H H H H H Hj Drtor a littlo vitriol on your clothes and you will grasp the meaning of that modern word liquid ate Duiuth Taragrapher RHEUMATISM ncadacho Toothache NEURALGIA M Wm Oxtokn Cukb Throat lung nervous diseases Book free DrGeppertCincinnati0 To puucnASEits o m Â¬ lJnck Chest or Limbs by one application if ty cents per bottle Sold by DniKkMs Weakness or Pain In tho If a second doso does not givo relief there is cause to bus- nienihrancous ect croup and a doctor should bo called at n D H H H H BAGGAGE SMASHING Tho lccullsir and Skillful Involutions Export Triiuk IIuiiUlerd or But however secure and elaborate the luxuriant appointments of the modern trunk he goes out brand new from your homo and returns after a jaunt with tho battered marks of You look at him war upon him with despair and join your inspection with a naughty expletive over that But unprincipled trunk smasher there is something to be said to his account that mitigates the unchari Â¬ table opinion of him Standing in a railroad center where steaming engines rush into tho station with trembling haste one may observe the trunk smasher at his work and stand in wondormont that ho executes his task so skillfully and yetwith such little damage A breathless span of time is allotted him in which to hand down his pilo of trunks and to the minute the work is done All arouijd him is tho roar of a shifting steaming world embarking and disembarking in ex- Â¬ citing speed and tho only man that stands cool at his place in tho midst of this soothing Babylon is tho expert baggage master To be a trunk handler ono must bo an oxpert- - Nono but men of peculiar fitness are stationed at tho great rail- Â¬ road oxchanges A greenhorn can at once be detected Ho tackles a trunk vith bungling awkwardnoss ho rolls it with pulling labor falls ovor it and tilts and drops it a score of times To watch an expert unloading a train you will observe how his ono hand rests upon ono corner and tho other upon tho side Ho lands tho trunk on the floor novor upon any corner always on tho full ond Tho corner is tho wracking point ovon of an Iron clad Ho most dexterously hurls it to a side with tho ease of a toy and in an Instant hurls another after It with tho grace and poso of u ball player Ho always pro fin u largo trunk to n small one it is hotter to hniidlo Tim wrecking U Jiovit limn liy the expert who handles huuiliflrirt of trunk at the great eon Jluuwxw of railroads it U uoiim by tho mull fry of tlm lenut work -- mid par tWiilarly by tho luiixpnitiiiwl hand J jowelry wo would sug gest that circus ritgu are getting cheaper m Good name for a ealoon the ask aid house Name for n riding Btable Hotel de Canter WnEN dentists arc partners they ought to pull together uolden Days To remove mildew pay off what is due on tho mill of course Texan Siftmj The Atlantic is crossed in love cvey timo Sifting a bridal party goes over m Â¬ Proprietors of Itadwnys Sarsaparllllan and Dr Uudwuys Pills DR RADWAY CO N Y Ilesolvent hH H H I flklwSl Shoo In tho world Finest Cnlf perfect fit and warranted Congress llutton BTtaf a arvic a unci i icc an aiyics ioc ah tAm arrrwr v ti pt uruu llsti and durable or 10 those costing IV I DOIKIAS HZfiU Nil OK excels tne Mioes tdver- - JF JKL urcu uy other Tho W L DOUGLAS 9 3only S3 SHOE LESS Va ran VarNTLCMtNCr SK AM 7a a him pineapflu is knottv but it is nice When nn aeronaut dies it is all up with A Harpers Bazar m grapher The gardeners in India aro all BnddhiRta EuTorEAN touriHts declare that free Amer- Â¬ ica has the best surfB of alL Duiuth Jara S rctt i trtf fUoiM4 Utuncif MkFw 1 Boys all wear thoW T DOUGLAS S3 SIIOK If your dealer docs nntjcip them fend your name on CilisKffii tf3aJaixt rr S -- jr f 3Tjl r ey rf o rlWJ M t - tY ys8fm aftt r 1 M MZS IfflA a imfsm JftVNH MTV iJ a m Sm M Bost Cough Syrup Tsstesgood uso TS4 IS lntlmo gjjyd1Wgtaj Mrpy1 cunEswSSilHsTrAiis posui to IV L DOUGLAS K rock ton Mass hasnt its necessary aunty dote Jaragrapher m Thebes hardly a baby in tho world that Duiuth cori L REPEATING RIFLE NKVEU sucn ItAItGAIN IJUlOItK 11 m mm W SWAT- as nn appetizing cordial and rcstoratlvo tonlo Am a Mouthing and atroiiKtlioniitsr norvlne Is Favorlto rrescripllou Is unoÂ¬ nualcd and invaluable In allaying and subduing nervous excitability Irritability ex- Â¬ haustion prostration hysteria spasms and other distressing nervous symptoms com monly attendant upon functional and organla dlseaso of tho womb It Induces refreshing sloop and rellovca mental anxiety and de 8pondency Ur IMoreoa Favorlto PrcBCriptlon Ib a loeitlinato rnodicluc carefully compounded by an oxpcrlonced and skillful pnysicion anu aaapica to womans aencats organiaitlon It Is puroly vegotablo In Ho composition and porfcctJy hurmlcss In Its effects In any condition of tho system For morning sickness or nausea from whatever onuso arising weak stomach indigestion dys pcpala and kindred symptoms its use in email doses will provo very beneficial Tho trcntment of many thousands of cases of thoso chronio weitlcucaecs and Uletrofainfr ailments peculiar to females at tho Invalids Hotel nnd Surgical Institute Iluffnlo N Y has afforded a vast expdrienet In nicely adapt Â¬ ing and thoroughly testing remedies for tho euro of womans peculiar maladies Or JLlorcofl Tavorlto Iroticrlpltlo n Is tho outgrowth or result of this great anil vnlunblo oxKjrienco Tliousanda of testimo- Â¬ nials received from patients and from physi Â¬ cians who liavo tested It In tho moro argra vated and obstinato cases which had tmfilcd their skill pnvo It to bo tho most wonderful remedy over devised for tho relief and curo of eulferinur women It is not recommended una euro all but as a most perfect Spccllio for womans peculiar ailments As a powerful Invigorating tonic It Imports strength to tho wholo system and to tho womb and its appendages In particular Tor overworked worn -- out H run down debilitated trnehors milliners dressmakers seamstresses shopgirls housekeepers nursing mothers nnd feeblo women generally Dr Pierces 1avorlto Prescription Is tho greatest earthly boon being uncqualcd V grapfier The fellow who tumbled down Htairs is nearly always a back blider Duiuth Jara a P lteTnlvrr hOi ep icsrriptiei no l-I t- I We Make our WMS7 New from Factory tliln Ilillcatid reputation oM7 yrar on ciifirmin n it-inn nitrircHt oner ivir i in IIIIU1U TIHI lit Ill lll IIIIIBIIU It Klxtilng Tackle Jin JOHN I IOVKLL Jlcvclci Sporlini lnods Ac ARMS CO llmtoii Jlas 1 uiaioKUe 4lllll nr liiint iuirx LATEST STYLES LArt Do La Modo ft COLOItKD PLATKH AIX THK LiTKHT PilllS ISO JIlilT TOIIK 8III018 OTND THE It is painful to see a man trying to bow wild oats in hlfl dotage Texan Sifting a When the great Bingcr buret into pong pieces of music were scattered all around A ijizt man no matter how truthful ho Beit In the World mny bo will lie about the house a good deal tor Co at Chicago Texas SlJtlngt m FRAZER N Y via tlvo curo for tho most complicated and otH stlnato cases of leucorrlica excessivo flowing painful menstruntion unnatural suppressions prolapsus or falling of tho womb weak back fomalo weakness untovcrslon retroversion bearing down sensations chronio congestion Inflammation and ulceration of tho womb In llammatlon pain and tenderness in ovaries accompanied with internal heat As Favorlto Proscription Isapoal AXLE GREASE Mado only by the t bt Ioulii Sold cvtryichrrt Fraier Lubrica Â¬ Tnn machinery at tho Centennial ex-Â¬ hibition was run very Corlissly Duiuth Jaragrapher r Tnn modern fates tho car stove tho wooden bridge and tho grude crossing A capitalist who lends money without security is a soft monoy man Tczat Stjt- mgt EiicuitKB liko to travel via tho laho routo because every vessel has u plc luLDuiuth for soldiers and widows of tho Mexican War and Rebellion All kinds of fJnvnrnmnnt Plnlin Put lected Circular of laws sont free KlT7iritALJ A IOWEM US Claim Collectors Indianapolis Ind PENSIONS FREE Mondyi Niw Tailor hysiem of Drrrs Cuttlnir 1IOODY CO cinclMMUtt OPIUM Morphine Habit Cured la lO toSUdurs No pny till cured Jlr f Ntcpbeni Lebunua O flDIHIJI Habit CUrOdtlUruUrUkrsjpy UriUm rrfc i K B1RTOK Sttk Wr4 OlatUatU a laragaphtr tional action at that critical period of chanre from girlhood to womanhood Favorite Pre ITOrder Uof yourNews-deal-e- r or send IX cents for latest ecrlptlon Is a perfectly safo remedial treat and can produoo only good results It is number to equally cfflcnclqus and volunbla in Its effect W J MOIIXR ruMUhrr B Eiut lMlHIJew York when taken for thoso disorders and derangements incident to that later and most critical period known as Tho Chango of Life Favorite Proscription when takes worklnitforns Aenntn preferred whocan furnlnh In connection with tho uso of Dr Pierce their own horses and kIvo their wholo time to tho Golden Medical Discovery and small laxative business Bpare niomunta mar bo profitably era doses of Dr PJeroos Purgativo Pellets Little also A fow vacancies In towns and elites Liver Pills cures Liver Kidney and Bladder I F JOUMSON A CO UiU Main St Ulcbmoud Va diseases Their combined uso also remove blood taints and cancerous and CHAMPION HAY PRESSES I scrofulous humors abolishes system from tho tlclk lnr sad Blt Iuwr Read far ClrtaUr wtlb PtU Favorlto Proscription is the only medicine for women sold by druggists HHder d4rM rixoia uiLTAniHiatv gucr IIXIIOU a positive guarantee from the manu- Â¬ 60 facturers thatit will givo satisfaction iu every DAY Bnmplps worth ML C UIFR UnrA lint Jmzl aiUWHTKUSiKKTI unilar the hnrMia fret Mlik case or monoy wlIJ bo refunded This guaran rite IIOLDXH ta Mall IUIS Mjf0 tco Prink1 on the bottle wrapper and faithfully carried out for many years CnEAprtrr Larre bottles UATCHES FROM 5125 KWKfHV lllllHE bottles for 500100 doses 10O er six IB In tho world StaninforAlammothltlusdCata For Jargf illustrated Treattsoon DisesMsof tottuo WALUACKSM W Madison St Chicauo Women iw pages paper covered seuU teu cents In stamps Addn BS a regulator and promoter of func- Â¬ -i M ia SfiOO to S300 nMbS8 M lY vi lis ii h2Jct Wirlis Oisriisarf HiIca lsmUtlM VbBbbBbBv w COCKLES ANTI BILIOUS aunUInt A rBTaTaB BBeaBErCi BaBeBr SaBSalV BaKBeBBeBeaL MM1aaaaaMaaaMw EDUCATIONAL LA 3 Walli W IlUFFAKiO N Y IrXXfXiiSs This rrnrcaenta a hnalth v Ufa Jhrousiwut it tsr jous scenes Who dm UNI0K CttlAMIKot Just h eh mchlPSFsJITfrwIw THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY For Mr Wit Indltrfillon tte trt from Wurcuryi yen only rum VjrtaM littrrtxtlrnl tHAe N lU Mtsutts aiU Iimm panel sli SH n Ufa as Umt nloy ir4HKNANirMKIM0Arr0UtIK1TMsrsr K IIIIHMKiiNltHIPimUflall H M CHITTKftTOV AKV mll Urn IUt Hemody for Catarrh Is tho ltltot to Um il ChtaixjtU hoym HoenHRl Ih wnllc itl IILC BKAN8 Mrify lite felnoJ by arUnr TUtf CMRalsi r vrgeUbla comlilHalloH llHl uf U mtiHv vr t hUM hh4 utmtur h saw KmI 4 rcuki ftvr ANN UHttHSHtlla ywlHMfAfcWsN MfwrlM nJic lliry rHmCwHaftiw ui this ANttrlKl Hold by Hfc luml viproMuAittifutfrfAto Timet K7HJuwWfeNr dnwto or at by mail BM M wmflww t Im ftiPiisrBSjaar itefc ar uxxc oo wwmimm xwimih Tafrihciwii flcirj lis wait wmthmi f t tiMrtlsjwftfc HtWNIS LVIKIM gMl M vSSnm Z w TTn sssv mm isasnia a M aM Trnififi isiiiiitaissi i i i W fPTlT iW bjaSbMII miyxwtim sfiiaii- ti 111 1 BivWH w v - S jt LiILtJLBnfffWMiiViZJ sysrtjpfjwr riT 35raKw355S5HHS -- ifiSS y i iJtyw- - Jjajp5 7Wv frtnt i - 1 leaves Mt Sterling at 110 P Jr arrives at Itothwell at 320 i M fto 4 leaves Itothwell at 845 l M arrives at Mt Sterling at 530 1 M Jo 2 connects at Mt Sterling with 1105 A jr and 157 l jr trains on C O railway t for jCJcington Cincinnati and Louisville jrjSo 3 connects at Mt Stcrliug with 1105 a jr train on C 0 from the East and 130 T t rnin frntn lnilifivllla 11111 OilUMIIllflti jrMonomery county court duy special Jlcavcs Itothwell on tltc 3rd Monday in each gnonth at 730 A M arriving at Mt Sterling Sot A M Returning leaves ML Sterling ifit 3 r jr arriving at Kotliwell at 4w i M Lcavp3 Itothwell for Mt Sterling at 5 i jr oeo iiiiAitrErv Supt ST0 frame building 24 by 40 and 14 feet high and is nicely rmintd Wm Lacy and Sanford Javia passed PUiUSHCD gY SPENCER COOPER through hero yestcsday morning en routo homo from Mt Sterling whore 81 a Yogr thoy had been with stock gfrsoriptioru And Muht 1I lnld In Advance Mr Burbridgo and wife of Bath coun- Â¬ ty aro visiting relatives in this locality VS J IHU Quito a number of our citizens will TIME TABLE attend circuit court which commences at Monday Kentucky and South Atlantic Railway West Liberty anext There was heavy frost here on the Standard time 22 minutes slower than Mt 24th inst and as wo are very dry here yet wo presume that grass is done for Sterling tjme jNo 1 leaves Mf Stealing at 7 A M arrives this season and people will have to com- Â¬ at Holhwell ut 840 a r mence feeding their stock tNo 2 leaves Itothwell ot 0 A jr nrrives at On The Wing Sterling nt 1Q50 A M Mt Hazel Green Herald Buck has an unerring noe and speed that will tako any Cseskr off of his legs Claims to tho amount of 5875 wero allowed by tho Court of Claims in ses- Â¬ sion last week 4425 of said amount being made payable out of tho county levy of 1887 and 1450 payablooutof levy of 1888 John Slicpard and James Shockey of Wolfe county wero brought before Com- Â¬ missioner Wood Friday charged with violating the Internal Bevcfiue laws Both wero hold to appear at the October term of Federal Court at Louisville and in default of bail were sent to Louisville jail LKE AND OWSLEY COUNTIES Exchange Banknif Kentucky ESTABLISHED IN 1858 a BKINKLEY DEALEIU5 GRUBBS IK Capital Stock IOOOOQ STOVESJIN PLATE SHEET IRON Tinners Stock Mantels Etc Anil Manufacturers of SURPLUS 1041428 3 Â¬ Exchange Prompt attention given to the collection Plain of ilcbtc and the patronage of the people 6b2 of the mountain counties is especially solicited J O THIMBLE President LESLIE THOMSON Canlitcr MT STERLING KY Â¬ Docs a general banking business anil is the only bank in the city that sells Foreign tamped and Japanned Tinware Wist Main- Struct and 201 to 209 7th St - LOUISVILLE ICY 1 s EASTERN KENTUCKY r WHAT OUR NEIGHBORS ARE DOING jUojnnllurt liy County put ami Condoimortfroiii Our CoiitempornrWH Correspondent untl MOllHAN COUNTY Ezhl Sept 20 W II Niclcoll of ithis place who 1ms been on tjio sick list several davs in improving Died On the 21st infant child of Jns tfShoup F M Bhonp who lias been very Jow i if 1 tv KV L - Born To tho wife of I cwia Lawson ion the 22nd a girl S V Goodwin and vifo aro visiting their daughter who is teaching school on vCanay Thomas Kickcll and two of his daugh ters of Harrison county aro visiting relatives at this place On the morning of tho 24th Jaclc Frost nnd hits family were found rcgifitwrod at tAic vegetation house in this suction W A IIzclriggof the firm of llazcl srigg and Vansant wan in town a few ulaysago delivering washing machines to parties who had bought them Gcorgo son of Simeon McClanaluin who wab a cripplo from a child came to tfuill at tbib placo the 2trd and returned iiome complaining of a pain in liis head vind died in a few minutes Savoral sick children in town Little JGmmot son of O II ICiihIi is very low Tho air is smellingsweet from sorghum mddng in this section Mr T S Spaulding and Mr Morgan chief engineer of the Charleston Ken tucky and Western llnilway passed tthough hero a few days days ago and returned yesterday They arc hero now juid aro making us fool bettor than over about a railroad by tills placo J M Pierott is having a stono pnvo iincnt laid in front of nis store which v vill bo ahead of anything in tliis county when completed as tho stones aro very jhtrgc ono of them being 17 feet longauci m1 feet wide and weighs ylGO pounds T F Carr tho jeweler of this place ipxpcts to go to West Liberty Monday with Ins tools and material to work dur Â¬ ing Circuit Court ile will also have a ieo lino of watches jewelry and spec iaclcs for sale Charley son of Travis Davis who lives yiear this placo is 24 years old and only Weighs 02 pounds llo is in good health iiud recently joined the order of J t is thought that he is the masonry smallest Freuma en of hit ago in the -- with flux is improving Â¬ Â¬ Jrc Unijcd States JlLiur v aA rl tt Pi v Your cor respondent Annual Meeting on Gilliuoro Creek last Saturday and Sunday and would say that we never pnjoyed a incolinjj any better We wuh say eomothing in regard to the people f that neighborhood who are the most jeneroxis pooplowo ever mot with There wovo a number of persons there from ad joining counties and so far as wo were Mile to learn they wore well entertained Your correspondent stopped with Ells harry Littlo who lives near where the jnceting was conducted and who entor iuinoil about forty persons that weio rfilteuding the meeting We mo satisfied that too much can not be add of Mr Littlo and ins anjiablo vifo who did overy thing jn their power to make their guests happy And tho tublp was supplied ivith almost everything the Jicart could visii to KitUly the appetite Mr Littles 20 Â¬ --- Giusry OiiEiiv Sept took in tho Imperfect digestion nnd assimilation Deattyvillc Enterprise produco disordered conditions of tho ays tern which grow and aro confirmed by Walker Jameson and Mrs Demia neglect Dr J H McLeans Strengthen- Â¬ Thomas returned from Louisville last ing Cordial and Blood Purifier by its Wednesday ft JWff AND tonic properties cures indigesting nnd Wo understand the work of getting out 100 per tone to tho stomach ottle Sold by G B Swango Hazel the stone for tho Lock that is to be built next summer will commence shortly Green r- Capt J W Brown who has been here SOLD BY ALL DRUGGIRTS IiKTOIIlJIt COUNT several weeks in charge of the work on Having strtiUd 20 yearn between life the WiirrnsiiUKa Sept 17 Fever is rag cab new jail left for his home in Padu anil death with ASTHMA or PHTHISIC Wednesday The jail was completed treated by eminent physicians and receiv ing on the river with deaths resulting yesterday And it is tho best one in the ing no benefit I was compelled daring the Measles have nearly broken up some of lust 5 years of my illness to sit on my chair our schools Many of tho teachers havo mountains Tho sound of tho pick and shovel and day and nigbt gasping fur breath My suf been atijicted with them description In despair tho rattle of the dump cart will soon bo ferings were beyond myself by compounding Judgo Honry Day is the proudest man 1 experimented on heard along the lino of the L C V in the county It is a gal this time roots and inhaling the medicine thus obtained I fortunately discovered this WONDKU John II Craft ono ot our best and OWSLEY A Col Clark paid his family a Hying 1TL CUIIK 1K ASTHMA AN I most influential citizens passed through iclicvo the town yesterday en routo to Laurel coun visit last week He came in Saturday TAIllilI warranted to IN VTVK most stub born ease of ASTHMA MLNTTKS ty where ho will make his home His night and left early Monday morning so that the patient can lie down to rest and family household ellects c were con Mrs Alex Hamilton died at her home sleep comfortably Ifcae read the followveyed in a train of wagons by William three miles from town on Friday at 2 ing condeiiKCd extracts from unsolicited tesGreen ono of our former citizens but oclock of consumption after an illness timonials all of recent date Oliver V It Holmes San Jose Cal writes now lives near Larue Clav county of six months I find the Remedy all and even more than Craft will bottle on Rockastle llivcr opB F Franklin who was called to the represented I receive instantaneous relief posite Larue H M Carson A M Warren Kan writes budsidc of his mother returned to his Our gonial County Superintendent will home in Washington City Sunday after Was treated by eminent physicians of this soon begin to visit our schools It is country mid Germany tried the climate of sincerely hoped that ho will be able to fifteen days stay dilfcrentStates nothing atlurtlml relief like Prof and Mrs A Sanders left for the your preparation add interest to the enthusiasm developed L 15 Ihelps P M Griggs Ohio writes by Frof Jarvis Mr Blair certainly de Â¬ Interior last Wednesday to be gone a Safferod with Asthma 40 yearsYour medi serves the thanks of all our teachers for week or ten days They went via Proccine in minutes does more for me than the securing bitch an interesting and pleasant tor Irvino and Itichmond most eminent physician did for mo in Unce instructor for our Institute Old pcoplo suffer much from disordern years C Prof A 12 Adams lias just returned H Plimpton Juliet III writes Send from Leslio county where be has been of the urinary organs and are always Catarrh Remedy at once Cannot get along surveying mineral lands for W J Ilors gratified at the wonderful effects of Dr without it I find it to o the most valuable ley He tays ho had a tough time of J H McLeans Liver and Kidney Balm medicine I have ever tried We havo manv other hearty testimonials 100 per it Jn ono neighborhood ho neatly starved in banishing their troubles bottle Sold by G B Swango Hazel of cure or relief and in order that all sufler They were in for want of provisions erh from Asthma Catarrh Hay Fever and extreme circumstances and not able to Green kindred diseases may have an opportunity furnish him sustenance of testing the value of the Remedy we wifl Writing from Trov Jessamine county send toinv address TRIAL IACKAGK The Sheriff of Leslio county assisted Sept 18 Dr E O Guerrant says Our F1112K OF CHARGF If your drugcist fails by Wm Fields Deputy Sheriff of Letcher county arrested Wm lace and brought big meeting closed tonight We had to keep it do not permit him to sell you some Ho is wanted in Leslie 110 additions 102 joined our church worthless imitation by bis representing it to him to town We be just as good but send directly to us county for malicious shooting and wound- and fourteen go to sister churches Write your name and address plainly ing He gave bond for his appearance raised 1118 to build another new church ZIMMFRMAN A Co Irops Address at the next term of the Leslie Circuit near here a branch of mine here Wholesale Druggints Wooster Wayne Co Ohio Full siu Uu by mail SI 00 ju2oy Court and thinks he can prove his innoFou BrKT The house and garden cence W W KINGO by recently J Wash Adams late of Magoffin coun- Â¬ rent to a vacated who Dr Taulbce is for W HlSSKU TAUOlt tenant can pay monthly ty is visiting friends in Letcher A little boy of Widow Hoirg died last in advance and give approved security Apply to Thurndny from a wound received by for good care of premises Coopkp Hkkxdox falling on a piece of timber He was a Peal Estate Agents bright little boy of about nine summers mm bis bereaved mother has the sympa B It is estimated that not less than 1000 thy of her many friends people attended tho Annual Meeting nt The mineral lover is somewhat subsid ing in Letcher About 00000 acres have Gillmoro last Sunday and vet the good uetwiin been bought comprising some very fine people of that neighborhood fed tho en- Â¬ coal and timber laud which is undoubt Â¬ tire multitude and gathered up several edly a good investment for the syndicate baskets full of the fragments after all Rothwsli tationand Hazel Green that is liuying up all tho mineral rights were fillcu jCgyConnects with trains on Ky it S A Wo are they ran get for hjieculation For sick headache female troubles railroad morning and evening y o bee capita ists investing money proud neuralgic pains in the bead take Dr J in our lands for wo havo somo of tho H McLeans Little Liver and Kidney - EXSKsUWS finest coal and timber to bo found any Billets 2o cents a vial Sold by G B Leave Hael Green i a m ar Kotliwhere and we know there is a vast deal Swaugo Hazel Green well 2 p m Lv Rotliwell at u in ar of wealth stored away in our hills which Hael Jreeu 0 p m Coinfoi tabic hacks needs developing and if capitalists invest Born September 2rth to the wife of and careful drivers will ore long de their money in it they Alex Nickell a boy Weight fifteen vejop it But we fear that many of our pounds citizens have trausfered all they have worth having to theso shrewd specula Magistrates can get blank Warrants tors who know that a boom for his coun- Executions and Ileplevin Bonds at this ty must inevitably come They have oflico at 25 cents per quire not merely bought limestone rocks but Iiut buy Ki llyV STKKL ae It Is the most havo obtained tlie cream of this section perfect asu made Also buy STKFI horse for a mere song shoes They will outwear iron And use Sometimes a correspondent can not STKFL nails They cost the same as iron For sale in Hazel Green by obtain the facts in every case and therefore if our eorrcftpondence does any one R SWANGO an injustice we aie always ready to corW T CASKFV rect such an error when furnished with V McGIlRK P W F correct BtateinemeiUs fit Co Chiles MT STFRUNG KY In cases of Fever and Ague tho blood Agents for Fastern Kentucky is jus efioctiially though not so dangerous ly poiftoned by the diluvium of the at Â¬ mosphere nR it could be by tho deadliest PRIHTIK8 -- - ESTABLISHMENT S Co 11 McLeans Chills and poison Dr Fever Cure will ejidicato this poison NEW r 0 cents a bottle Sold from tho system BANK CHECKS by G B Swaugo Hazel Green afi mn D LANCELLS ASTHMA iATARRH REMEDY Â¬ good agent of cither in all nrincinnl and cities in fl V S to take orders for our new patent low priced solid Hronze or Nicklo Door Plates boor Hells Street Numbers o From 10o to T00 can be made in a very iihort time Fine outfit cases for samples FRFK Writu for proof of what agents arc doing and list of unoccupied territory It will pay you to do so We refer to the editor of thin paper who has purcbased one of our platen MICHIGAN DOOR PLATK CO Grand Rapids Mich WANTEDS WV2 XLHtma WITH Â¬ Â¬ olfifolHdliuU 037 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Wwt Main Stivot nflly LOUISVILLE Â¬ WA WOllD WITH Harbison HARWESS 707 70t SADDLERY 711 W Gathrigjt AMD COLLARS MAIN STREET LOniSVILLE KY Â¬ tJOE Icailiuarlers Mt Sterling Ky ItKlKKsTNTINK Green HuffakT OoM Wholesale Healers in R TrilNER Â¬ BOOTS AND SHOES tfiri W Miiin St LOITSVILLF KY Will beat Mt Storliiiij eeiy C u ly uirt Tabor Bingos DAILY Disease Curefl Without FOU UEALXNO TIIK HICK 1A1V A liick CONQUKU Â¬ Â¬ acic ine A MARVELOUS IHVEHTIOM tljirrtllia to thchn jtm hltrlrlcUr nJ Btrnrtm CtUlxd ni KeicrUcfuro fur UcaUnj the Sick Wawaroro 7arfaro turalntt nliv5lclnna or tho modlcnl fraternity Konorilly Thurrtpiieru of oo- luintrn i litro jiiiu wv iiuairu w niu tnuiniaxur nlsblnirntixllinry mcntiK fur ciirlnf tho slclr Tho honeit phlrlaa occupies n high plncoln pnbllo esteem anil closervcrtly o too Whllo our April ancrn mo not a panacoa for ovory 111 they nro what iyo claim for the m anil will nlTonl a ppetsfy euro oft entimisuftor luulicliics lmofnllod to givorellot GEHUIHE MAGNETIC APPLIANCES CU3SIFIE0 Dim Hi iU VatcUe Dlitoif ry for tnppljln AT Fare S2- Â¬ Bend bUo ot shot worn ml for circulars Â¬ Â¬ D If MAGNETIC SasfT8KSartffiiBr tmrpair Hvrnl uicaauroof wrist Send for clroular ftlAGWETJO otunklc uSMsj5 nn circular hi Bond lorclrvulqi g E EPINO CAP for norrotu Ctli iUiliS I IU licadnclii nuurulcla slcolc i ut urli etc 1rKo S i by tuall Sund for TOpilsrB Â¬ THE HERALD -- Â¬ iivtiy xiinnc rneuinauam 1ricoSN Send elzo of wabtandl letcatlilp tiead for circulars MA55VST1S1 OFFICE CAP tor mntlemon ki7cjij j e iruuuicii wiin nervous niauacnu noiiriiUIn or t atarrh wil irlvi rillcf Imntrdtitelr i 1rlci Hj each bend ilro of hut worn Send for I clrcuioru tSROilUVSn KMPE fA5forrhMimatliini In rfdUU3 8U lhoiuicniinpo9ltiTocuro It will rerturo tho aTHlnjf and rettoio to natural slzo lrnmnllaty lrli o 33 civcli by mall Bciidilzoof kiico buna lorcirctilura P1ARMS7M 9CIATIO SHIELDS b cur i jjiiiho ll will post- - J Thompson mr Tiey piuvfnt and euro cold rheumatism nruniifrm nvimionm taront troiililci nnd ca tarrh Irico as Kcnu ror circular vKli tollMOhKlS hnUilCiiU pri ultKH o pin ona with wealc Â¬ 1 V McWilliams MONTUOMKIIY COUNTY BILL HEADS GAUDS Livery Sale ant Feed Stable iV F s J r guests were from several counties some iof wlioui wore as foil own S JL Jhirst and two daughters Mieeea Dulcona and Lou J J C Hack better known as the hnqJ of Tin LIkiuid and ilia sister of Jiathitt county M C Marion of Hose Hill Va Tallica Yocum and wife Wm Ifavous and Miss Nannio Murphy of Morgan county and Eeveral otliers whoso famv wo did not get Wo would furth Â¬ er wiy tliat tho bpt of order provnlled ziuring tJift oatiiv meeting K ft Mnrnhy Mild a pair of mulus for i2y0 J A G Murphy sold a pair of initios for 110 - L G Murphy has just killod a tw rtoid liifor that netted dOd pound jiuwt of vhich i Mild to his uejghltors fit IJ cpnt h Kuud J ML Ahaby U toacbbiy h1hh1 yii what i known a tlio Givaity lork of lilitohwnnr We bud tiio riliMuutro of Mt WndimHiU wbuol on day lust week ad jm Ickk uott in iMt Slarlhtff JUnirMiilig oondJ fouui A M Bedford Mild Uwt wtk to Jutlgt i loii Wu uUd u at tln jmtroM of Iiu dls trial Hy Intftt 140 Iml couniry John kulfK of LanIuiUui ouy of itKiJ liuuje Ju uc tuu lilacs j is Mlaiuw JSufiWh fo Ifouuutf for a Seiitiiiil Deaioorat Frayier and FHuehoiii charged witli killing Sewell in Breathitt comity wero brought to this city yesterday by Sheriff J Brock Combi anil they will be held in jail here until next term of Breathitt Court Martha AV T Day brought here yes terday John Sheppard of Leo county and lames Shoeky of Breathitt charged with niooushinirig and they will havo an examining trial before Commissioner Wood today When you go to Caniptn flop at tho Combs House kpt by S S Combs one of tho clovorcfet men in Kentucky If he does not treat you right check on this oilica for damage John 11 Vioratt of Hazel Greon was in tho oity Monday buying hortas for his livury Mwblo iuo travel big publjo will 1h wrry to lenru that he bu quit tho hotul bustntwri IJa i running a livery U bio in wiiuiwcUon ith th Day HfliUMi ami if our readme want any thing in his lino we twit fUMiiru thorn that Mr Piorntt will fuiuWh korw nnd wiriiouU at right Â¬ CATALOGUES MT STERLING KY DRAITS DODGERS ENVELOPES EMBLEMS LETTEU nEADS LICENSES MONOGRAMS MERIT CARDS Drovers and Traders Headquarters The attention of horse and mule is especially invited to our facilities hanillinj of stock and we invite all uf Wolle and adjoining counties to us when in the city dealer for the traders call on J j NOTE HEADS NOTICES ORDER ROOKS OPTIONS PA MPM QU1ELD3 euro l MABHfZTiir THROAT iiiriwiiib - v Boro tLloit anil tonkllltls A Lunoii to cixeuti mms puiiicepoakcrH ami einc j or ftey etrprnrthentho veal uortls end pravont Svnd for clrcula lioarinu 1rJco CI acl bj iunii nuim bizu ui ntcu rhcumaRlfiflSiSTif fECCrIS forRout cores 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